University of California Berkeley - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

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BLUE GOLD ELAINE HENNING . . . . . . . . Editor KENDRA MON . . . . . . . . Manager DON FRANK . . . . . . .Sports Editor BETSY ROGERS . . . . . .Pictures Editor SUZY SHADINGER . . . . . . Copy Editor NANCY FLETCHER . . . . . .Associate Manager ALISON ARMSTRONG . . . . . .Assistant Manager KAREN JONES . . . . . . .Sales Publicity EUGENE DJEU . . . . . . .Cover Design BRUCE CHANG . . . . . .Art Work PHIL BRANCH . . . . . . . . Photography Editor Copyright 1962 by the Associated Students of the University of California at Berkeley Eshleman Library 2169 University of California In Memoriam George P. Adams William H. Alexander Albert I. Elkus Norman A. Hinds Ferdinand D. Lessing Austin F. MacDonald Ralph S. Minor Erhard Rostlund Morris A. Stewart Nicholas Taliaferro Dedicated to Oski Oski originated in 1941 when Bill Rockwell, a student, drew a cartoon for the Daily Californian to symbolize " spirit. " The cheerful bear ' s head that Bill depicted seemed so appropriate that a paper mache model was made. So . . . for 20 years a happy little bear has represented the spirit of California. Cavorting gaily and being generally obnoxious, he lends his to games and rallies and often travels with the team to encourage rooters to yell their loudest. On your twentieth anniversary, Oski, we dedicate the 1962 edition of the Blue and Gold to you, our sturdy Golden Bear. FIGHT FOR CALIFORNIA Our sturdy Golden Bear Is watching from the skies, Looks down upon our colors fair, And guards us from his lair, Our banner Gold and Blue, The symbol on it too, Means fight for California, For California through and through. Stalwarts girded for the fray, Will strive for victory, Their all at Master ' s feet will lay, That brain and brawn will win the day. Our mighty sons and true, Will strive for us anew, And fight for California, For California, through and through. Now I ' m broke before the semester even begins. FALL MEANS FOOTBALL AT CAL THIS FALL SEE THEM ALL TEXAS WASHINGTON USC AIR FORCE KANSAS STANFORD ATHLETIC CARD JUST 10.00 Registration Various descriptions for the registration line voiced by entering freshmen were that they felt like a herd of cattle or like rats in a maze . . . not unusual reaction to the frightening trail of pamphlets and IBM cards that one must follow in order to become registered at Cal. hit an all-time high this fall with 23,713 students . . . and of course, you never can tell how many freshmen are still wandering around the gymnasium looking for to take that last IBM card. No standing in line for leaflets. " $7.50 is peanuts ! " Oh, my feet! We made it !! Get your practice for RBR ! President ' s Reception ASUC President, Brian Van Camp, greets new student. RECEIVING LINE — Left to Right: Mrs. Edward Strong, Chancellor Strong, Mrs. Clark Kerr, President Kerr, Brian Van Camp. Included in the registration envelopes of the bewildered new students were personal invitations to the President ' s and Chancellor ' s A traditional event, it was held for the first time in the new Student Union. About 4000 students attended and were introduced to President and Mrs. Kerr and Chancellor and Mrs. Strong and then danced to the music of Ray Hackett ' s orchestra. Other activities free bowling, a quartet in the Bear ' s Lair, folk singing on the terrace, and movies in the Heller Lounge. About 4000 new students danced to Ray Hackett ' s Orchestra in the Pauley Ballroom. Fall Throughout the year the Big " C " turned green. Freshman Class The Freshman Class did something this year that was very . . . they sponsored an event which actually made money . . . something that is almost unknown among class councils. The event was their well-publicized " Twist " Contest held this spring and they are still being congratulated on their financial dexterity. They also worked on the " Big C " Circus and had speakers at their meetings and, much to their discredit, they lost the Frosh-Soph Brawl for the first time in recorded history! Rich Gary President Barbara Sachs Secretary-Treasurer Judy Draper Vice-President Andy Gillen Yell Leader CAL PREP — Left to Right, Row One: Pat Smith, Sandy Boles, Dean Beard. Row Two: Tim Mossteller, Karen Blank, Jon Shawl. Members of the Freshman and Sophomore Classes try to outdo each other during the annual Frosh-Soph Brawl. Noel Castleman President Rich Wank Vice-President Marty Hege Secretary-Treasurer BIG " C " On our rugged eastern foothills Stands our symbol clear and bold; Big " C " means to fight and strive And win for Blue and Gold. Golden Bear is ever watching; Day by day he prowls, And when he hears the tread of lowly Stanford Red, From his lair he fiercely growls Gr-r-r-r-rah! Gr-r-r-r-rah! Gr-r-r-r, R-r-r, R-r-rah! We are sons of California Fighting for the Gold and Blue Palms of glory we will win For Alma Mater true. Stanford ' s men will soon be routed By our dazzling " C " And when we serpentine, Their red will turn to green, In our hour of victo—ry. Larry Wentzel Yell Leader Junior Class Resting on the laurels of a highly successful Soph Week and looking ahead to the perils of Senior Class meetings in the Rathskellar, the Junior class spent most of its time in social activities. Dinner were held during dinner time at the various sororities and most of the planning was centered around our two boat trips. We drank our way around the Bay twice and ended the year with a bang. . . a fantastic beer bust to welcome our new class president. Poor guy! JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL — Left to Right, Standing Behind the Palms: Bill Dempsey, Judy Wessing, Doris Hawks, Suzy Shadinger, Christy Belvail, Tom Shelton. Hanging Down: Larry Miller, Al Puckett. Behind Railing: Rich Wank, Marty Hege, Noel Castleman, Ed Germain. Sue Wiley Sophomore Doll Not only did Sue Wiley reign as the Pelican 1960 Maid of Cotton in her sophomore year, but also she served as Sophomore Doll. Other activities that keep Sue busy include Union Program Board, Recreation Committee and Rally Committee. Hailing from Altadena, Sue is majoring in History. Delta Gamma sponsored her for the beauty contest. Sophomore Class Council Sophomore Class This year ' s Sophomore Class was an amazing group. . . They bega n the year by winning the Frosh-Soph Brawl — a feat that is practically unheard of! . . . They continued with such events as a lecture on " Sex Roles in Present-Day Society. " . . . This was a hard subject to follow but their spirit and enthusiasm led them to a highly successful Soph Week which began with a Sports Car Rally and beer bust. . . . Also thrown in was their Ski Trip . . . The Soph Class Council easily had the most impressive list of sponsored by any of the class councils this year! SOPHOMORE CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — left to Right, Row One: Jerry Beckman, Marylee Taylor, Jim MacNamara. Row Two: Marty Harband, Carol Grumbich, Wendy Berg, Triyil Roost, Barbara Boswell, Sandy Lazarus, Julie O ' Donnell, Rona Schuman, Sindey Henshaw. Row Three: Denny Fleck, Wayne O ' Connell, Tom Roehr, Bob Draper, Don Zwakenberg, Melinda Kutch, Lanny Hernanidez. Absent: Rowland Stanley, Liz Butler, Vickey Daley, Pam Pat Gorman, Pat Stanford, Kathy O ' Hara, Mel Levine, Pat Caouette, Jim Shirk, Blake Sonne. Jerry Beckman President Pam Newmark Vice-President Marylee Taylor Secretary-Treasurer Jim MacNamara Yell Leader Fidelio On Sunday, October 8, the San Francisco Opera arrived at the Greek Theatre to present " Fidelio, " Beethoven ' s only opera. The opera, which has been an annual occasion on the Berkeley campus for the past five years, was brought to the campus by the William Hearst Foundation and the Committee for Arts and Lectures. The day was warm and bright and the near perfect. The story is of Leonore ' s effort to rescue her husband from a dungeon while masquerading as a youth by the name of Fidelio. The production was by Dino Yannopoulos, the orchestra was conducted by Leopold Ludwig, and the stars of the production were Gre Brouwenstijn, Paul Schoeffler, Marilyn Horne, and Fritz Uhl. Elizabeth Barrett Singles Division Winner House Decorations Griffiths - Davidson Sweepstakes Theta Chi - Alpha Xi Delta Mixed Division Winners THE STANFORD AXE Give ' em the axe, the axe, the axe, Give ' em the axe, the axe, the axe, Give ' em the axe, Give ' em the axe, Give ' em the axe, Where? Right in the neck, the neck, the neck, Right in the neck, the neck, the neck, Right in the neck, Right in the neck, Right in the neck, There! Students stand in silence to give respect to Andy Smith. The Andy Smith Legend At the annual Big Game Rally a eulogy to Andy Smith is read. It is a tribute to Cal ' s famed Team coach. Andy Smith was the coach from 1916 to 1926, when he contacted pneumonia and died while on a trip in the East. His famous Team won 36 games and tied 2 in the years from 1920 to 1923. But Andy Smith was more than a coach — he was a great friend of students and a spirit of athletics. His funeral was held at the entrance to Memorial Stadium, and at his request his ashes were scattered over the Stadium. The players ' bench in the Stadium is dedicated to him with the following quotation by Smith inscribed on the bench: " We do not want men who will lie down bravely to die, but men who will fight valiantly to live. Winning is not everything and it is far better to play the game squarely and lose than to win at the sacrifice of an ideal. " This is the true spirit of California Athletics. THE STANFORD JONAH When the training days are done, And the Big Game ' s just begun, When there ' s music in the air, When our team runs on the field, Stanford knows her fate is sealed, For the Golden Bear has left his lair. When the yells from lusty throats Start to getting Stanford ' s goats, And the rooting section seems a howling mob, Then you grab your hat and shout, You let folks know you ' re about, For you know that Stanford ' s Jonah ' s on the job. CHORUS So then it ' s up with the Blue and Gold, Down with the Red. California ' s out for a victory, We ' ll drop our battle axe on Stanford ' s head. When we meet her, our team well surely beat her. Down on the Stanford Farm, there ' ll be no sound, When our Oski rips through the air Like our friend, Mr. Jonah, Stanford ' s team will be found In the tummy of the Golden Bear. BIG GAME WEEK COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Roger Quan, Noel Nellis, Doug Wynne, Art Wong, Jim Naify. Row Two: Betsy Bright, Betty Blak, Carolyn Macintosh, Christy Belvail, Vicki Keller, Bonnie Utterback, Bobbie Stiles, Geoffrey Rodman. Row Three: Jina Thrash, Ron Gruber, Jeff Palley, Bob Knight, Allen Puckett, Jim Black, Allen Pedersen. Pi Lambda Phi - Delta Delta Delta Sweepstakes Axe Review " Axe-Travaganza, " this year ' s title for the traditional Axe Review, included acts on the " Beat Stanford " theme and others which were satires on the world of The competitive musical review was emceed by Jim Moody and Rich Hyman. Pi Lambda Phi and Delta Delta Delta received the sweepstakes award with their entry entitled " Once A Knight is Enough. " This act also won first place in the mixed division. Delta Phi Epsilon took top honors in the singles division with " End Zone. " " Elmer Gentry " by Sigma Alpha Mu and Alpha Epsilon Phi received the second place award in the mixed division. Non-competitive acts were performed by the Daily Cal and Kappa Nu. To climax the show, Peggy Rodi was crowned the 1961 Big Game Queen. Also, the results of the House Decorations were announced: Davidson-Griffiths won sweepstakes; Elizabeth Barrett, single division; and Theta Chi and Alpha Xi Delta, Mixed division. Kappa Nu, which was the 1960 Sweepstakes winner, featured Crunchy-Munchy man in their act, Unmentionables. " The chorus line opened the 1961 Axe Review. Football Statue This salute to two football players located on the lawn the Life Sciences Building and Harmon could have easily been placed on the Stanford for the sculptor, Douglas Tilden, sent the statue to Senator Phelan who conceived the idea of offering it in competition between California and Stanford. The of two out of three games would acquire the trophy. The year was 1898. California won the first two games. The names of those players who defeated Stanford are inscribed on the statue which represents Cal ' s first great achievements on the football field. It is a real symbol of the California tradition in sportsmanship and fair play. In the years to follow, the Football Statue has been an to California football players. Cal Camp Operated entirely by the ASUC, Cal Camp was held for the first time last summer. Cal Camp took 100 children to a rented camp at Silver Lake (40 miles below Lake Tahoe) for ten days of hiking, archery, swimming, crafts, folk dancing and other " The session was a tremendous success, from both campers and counselors ' points of view, " said Richard Arthur, chairman of Cal Camp Board. This year, funds from Big " C " Circus and other student sponsored raising projects will enable the Cal Camp Board to send well over 200 children to a camp in the Sierra Nevadas. Campers are selected by the Alameda County Welfare and the Hayward Welfare Department. The chief goals of Cal Camp are: To give the children ten days of healthful, and wholesome fun in a beautiful mountain setting; to give each child the feeling that he is wanted and that someone is sincerely in him; to show, without preaching, each child brotherhood in action; to teach a sense of responsibility to individuals, groups, and authority. CAL CAMP BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: Claude Bowen, Uri Herscher. Row Two: Eileen Sperry, Wendy Slatelio, Ann Pattison, Toscha Lane, Carol Shay, Helen Lofgren. Row Three: Richard Arthur, Norris Hetherington, Bill Martella. Absent: Bill True, Louise Johnson. Concentrating on the ball game, these campers wait their time at bat. Cal Campers and a friend put their heads together to discuss their day ' s work. Omph! A camper gives his all at the Junior held at every session. Much of the camp is devoted to out-of-doors sports. Held for the first time last year, Cal Camp took 100 children to a rented camp at Silver Lake, 40 miles below Lake Tahoe. Before — getting organized to come back home after the ten day session. University Meetings The first University meeting, an annual welcoming affair, featured Lewis Mumford, author and lecturer, as the principle speaker. The Cal Band played and the Glee Club sang. Mumford spoke on " The Human Way Out " and called upon everyone to readopt moral dropped three years before the atom bomb. " The weight of this sad time we must obey. The time has come to speak. What we feel is precisely what we ought to say. We have no committment to catastrophe. " At the University meeting in December, Hubert Humphrey, Democratic Senator from Minnesota and chairman of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, was the principle speaker. In his speech he called upon Americans to work toward a progressive social and economic program of aid to underdeveloped areas instead of all their time denouncing Communism. Senator Hubert Humphrey Governor Edmund Brown Senator Hubert Humphrey Lewis Mumford Governor Edmund G. Brown spoke at of the University meetings in the spring. The crowd was so large that the Pauley Ballroom was overflowed and had to listen from other parts of the Student Union. About 7000 students listened to and all of Dwinelle Plaza was filled when Mumford spoke. The University meetings give the student a chance to have a break from his classes and to listen to an excellent speaker provided by the University. The large turnout at these meetings is indicative of the student interest in current affairs. Winter Oh! Do we get to read THAT? Count Marco will have words to say about that bandana. Ludwig ' s night off S = — ½gt2 University Flag President Kennedy Charter day Chancellor Strong President Kerr Charter Day 1962 was a day of great excitement and celebration not only for the University, but also for the entire Bay Area. It heralded the inauguration of Strong as Third Chancellor of the Berkeley campus and the appearance of President Kennedy, who addressed an audience of 88,000. President Kerr praised Strong ' s academic and administrative achievements and entrusted him with the duties of the office of Chancellor. In his inaugural address, Strong warned that stifling of free inquiry in a University would destroy its and intellectual worth. " Free universities make for a free society, and a free society, for the sake of its future, must ever uphold free inquiry within its The principle address of the day was given by President Kennedy who told the audience that " Knowledge, not hate, is the passkey to the future. " He ended his speech by saying, " As we press forward on every front to realize the flexible world order, the role of the university becomes ever more important, both as a reservoir of ideas and as a repository of the long view. . . . I am reminded of the story of Marshall Lyautey, who once asked his gardener to plant a tree. The gardener that the tree was slow-growing and would not reach maturity for a hundred years. The Marshall replied, ' In that case, there is no time to lose. Plant it this afternoon. ' Today a world of knowledge — a world of cooperation — a just and lasting peace — may well be years away. But we have no time to lose. Let us plant our trees this very afternoon. " Governor Brown Spring The " ants " did this? From the mouths of babes ... the Pelican. What else, but the Spring beer bust? Mice aren ' t this much fun! No conformity here. HOME ! Anybody for rootbeer? " We ring, we chime, we toll; Lend ye the silent part - some answer in the heart some echo in the soul. " Ludwig ' s Fountain One of the new landmarks on campus that came with the of the new Student Union is a fountain . . . this fountain is not named after a Regent or a professor but after Ludwig von Schwarenberg, a Chesapeake Bay retriever who adopted the fountain as soon as the first water was put in and hasn ' t left since ... except for a short period this spring when ' he was to the home of his owners after spreading green paint through the halls of the new Educational and Psychology Building. As students pass by the fountain on the way to class or to the Bear ' s Lair for coffee, Ludwig entertains them by chasing sticks and splashing through the waters of his fountain. Not only is the Pauley Ballroom used for dances, meetings, and conventions, but also for studying during finals. Tables are set up and coffee is served by the ASUC. Pedro Legend Around the campus during each season of final examinations, any evening, particularly when are hard at study and begin to get tired and sleepy, you may hear a weird call in the distance saying " Peeedrooh. " Usually the- first cry comes from a single throat and floats through the joined by other voices to become a mournful wail. There are many explanations of this weird tradition. One is that a lady living on Piedmont Avenue had a dog named Pedro who was to return home in the evening. The lady would call for her wandering animal and the chivalrous fraternity men would call too. Another story goes that one fraternity on campus had an interesting combination of members: one, a huge football player and the other a small mischievous lad. The smaller was always getting into trouble and calling for his stronger friend, whose name was Pedro. The third story is that Pedro, the card game, was once very popular among students and in past years students could be heard calling just as students now are incessantly calling, " Fourth for bridge? " The Berkeley campus used to be part of a Spanish rancho and the next story goes that the beautiful senorita of the house fell in love with an Indian named Pedro. They planned to elope but her cruel father had her lover murdered. Ever since, she has wandered through the Berkeley hills his name. Try and find a place to sit in the Library Reference room at 1:10 on a Sunday afternoon during finals. The last, and probably the most popular of the legends, provides one last, thin ray of hope during finals. Pedro, a dog belonging to one of the earlier presidents of the University, was lost one night in the Berkeley hills. After a fruitless search, the president gave up the hunt and promised that there would be no more finals if anyone could find the dog. So every semester the cry of " Pedro " resounds across campus as optimistic students wait for the dog to come home. Lynn Waterman Secretary-Treasurer Bob Fleck Yell Leader Rich Cerruti Vice-President Tom Jones President Senior Class Marny Sitlinger Sproul Award Each year the Robert Gordon and Ida W. Sproul Awards are presented at the Commencement Day Luncheon. One of the $150 awards was presented to Marny Sitlinger in recognition for scholastic achievement and leadership ability demonstrated during her junior year. Marny is a Phi Beta Kappa, President of the College Panhellenic Association and a member of Alpha Omicron Pi. Joe Dickinson Sproul Award The other award was presented to Joe who has slightly less than a straight A average. A zoology major and a Phi Beta Kappa, he has been extremely active as the director of the Marching Band and the Straw Hat Band. Last year he received the annual Cal Band Scholarship award which annually is given to the member of Cal Band with the highest grade point average. Senior Class Council SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Jan Smith, Nancy Corlette, Lynn Waterman. Row Two: Mike Inglish, Harlan Bagaus, Joe Wildberger, Marian Galli, Jean Lasher, Donna Hartman, Gloria Puncher, Judy Slater, Barbara Harvey. Senior Farewell September of 1958 to June of 1962. The intervening four years have been filled with unique academic and social experiences. We have witnessed the inaugurations of a new President and Chancellor, a trip to Pasadena ' s Rose Bowl, a basketball and two crew national championships, the building and dedication of a new Student Union, Nobel Prize presentations to our faculty and many other memorable events. The Class of 1962 has planned and participated in the Freshman Quad, the Frosh-Soph Brawl, Soph Week, Junior dinner meetings, the Upper Division Ski Trip, and the always stimulating Senior Class Council meetings. Under the capable direction of Mike Inglis, Senior Week promises to be successful and should provide a fitting climax to our brief but worthwhile stay at the University of California. Since 1868 . . . and still going strong. Tom Jones Senior Class President Constructed entirely of massive redwood logs, Senior Men ' s Hall has been a traditional center since its dedication in 1906. The Senior Class of the University of California announces its Exercises Saturday, June ninth Nineteen hundred and at ten o ' clock in the morning California Memorial Stadium California Dottie Ahlburg DOTTIE AHLBURG, First Lady of the ASUC is an AGD and comes from Inglewood. She has been Junior Class Secretary and a member of AWS, COB, Gavel and Quill, and Cal Club. As the official hostess of the ASUC, Dottie spends much of her time greeting visitors at the Senior Hall of Fame The Senior Hall of Fame consists of outstanding members of the Senior Class who are nominated by the Vice Chancellor on Student Affairs, the Chancellor, the Deans of Students, the Dean of Women, the Dean of Men, the Activities and the Advisor of Cal Club. This year many of the pictures were taken in front of gifts that had been given to the University by previous Senior Classes. Larry Beyersdorf LARRY BEYERSDORF 1st Vice President of the ASUC seems to have papers strewn all over his desk most of the time. However, from this confusion comes at least a of order and Larry finds time to chair the Finance Committee, the Union Advisory Board, and the ASUC Cabinet. He is also a member of Cal Club and the Affairs Committee. He plans to go on to law school. RICH CERRUTI, Vice-President of the Senior Class, says he is noted for shirking his duties if at all possible. A member of Gavel and Quill and COB, Rich also drinks beer in the Rathskellar with other members of the Senior Class and plans to go on to med school in the fall. JIM BURRESS, a DU and a Poli Sci major, says he likes to lounge on the beach. He is a member of Cal Club, Order of the Golden Bear, Big " C " Society, Skull and Keys, Winged Helmet, and the Intercollegiate Athletic Board. From Alameda, Jim hopes to enter law school sometime in the future. Jim Burress Rich Cerruti JAN CAVE, an A Chi O, says she is noted for being too busy to get done. That ' s quite possible . . . her activities include being Vice Chairman of AWS, President of Mortor Board, and a member of University Affairs Committee, and the Committee on Conduct. Jan is returning in the fall to get her elementary credential and has been this past year by being pledge trainer for her sorority. Jan Cave As Manager of the Cal Band, WILLIAM J. belonged to Rally and Games Council. This Phi Beta Kappa also played with the Straw Hat Band and was its Director last year. " Joe, " who says he ' s absent-minded, won the Robert Gordon Sproul Award for the outstanding Junior in activities, and service to the University. He could be seen leading the Straw Hatters through LSB while pursuing a Zoology major. HOWIE EHRET, Rally Committee Chairman, says his hobby is Cal teams win. Lots of luck! He has given the teams great support as a member of Rally and Games Council and Californians. Mr. Ehret, who wants to teach in the Far East, can be heard crying " Go Bears, " as he stalks the corridors of Putnam Hall. ZBT JIM ELDEN chaired the Men ' s J Comm and was a member of University Affairs Committee and Gavel and Quill. Noted for it ' s only natural that Jim ' s expression is, " We ' ve gotta get organized! " This protector of student morals hopes to do grad work - probably law school. Howie Ehret Joe Dickinson Judy Emsley James Elden Ed Donahue From what we can gather, ED played basketball and drank. (He belonged to Triune, Winged Helmet, and Skull and Keys — need we say more?) Past President of Big " C " Society, he also served the Pi Kappa Alpha house as when he wasn ' t on the basketball court. This Communications and Public Policy major hails from Oakland. Gamma Phi Beta President, JUDY EMSLEY was a member of Panile, Prytanean, and Board. Also, active in the Y.W.C.A. and Panhellenic Council, she is noted for being organized, but then she ' d have to in order to accomplish all of those things. Versatile BETSY FALKENBURG filled her time planning the I. A.W.S. going to Senior Class Council at La Val ' s, and working on the University Committee of Public On the lighter side — she was Big Game Princess in ' 59, Soph Doll and a Little Sister of Minerva. After all this, Betsy plans to become a teacher. Betsy Falkenburg Wendy Ferguson Merle Gibbons Gamma Phi Beta has another representative in the Senior Hall of Fame. She is MERLE GIBBONS. Merle was a member of Mortar Board, Prytanean, Panile and Cal Club. Also an Oski Doll, she will grace Boalt Hall this coming fall, where she plans to pursue her law studies. This Political Science major hails from Berkeley. WENDY MacMILLAN FERGUSON was an active Pi Beta Phi before her marriage to Jim Ferguson. Since she has been busily working and carrying a full academic load, time has not even permitted one coffee break. However, she is a member of Cal Club and was President of Panile in her sophomore year. After graduation, this History major plans to teach. " Let ' s have a Party! " or " We have a deadline to meet ' exclaims ELAINE HENNING as she tries to instill some enthusiasm in her staff. The 1962 Blue and Gold editor, Elaine is a Dec Art Major from Sepulveda and has been chairman and scrapbook historian for the Phi Mu House, which she manages to " visit " after endless hours in the B G Office. Her staff knows her to be so modest and that we have secretly inserted her in the hall of fame, for she did not feel worthy of all the votes which she received for this honor. Elaine Henning George Goldberg Hailing from Pasadena, MEG is a Dramatic Arts major at Cal. This Kappa Kappa Gamma has been kept busy during her Senior year due to the Chairmanship of Women ' s Judicial Committee. Meg, during her four years, has actively participated in Intramurals, bowling, Women ' s Rally and Prytanean as Corresponding Secretary. Her favorite pastime is watching people. After graduation she plans to teach. Meg Jenson Donna Hartman A Phi Beta Kappa member as a junior, DONNA HARTMAN took time from her studies to be of Women ' s Rally Committee. This Kappa Kappa Gamma ' s other activities included membership in Cal Club, Mortar Board, Prytanean and University Affairs Committee. A Political Science major, her is to conduct a successful 3rd grade rhythm band — that should be easy after working with the Cal rooting section! " Ama - a - a zing " is one of ZBT GEORGE GOLDBERG ' s expressions. Besides having been a target for beer cans and Gremlins as Head Yell Leader this year, George was a member of Rally and Games Council, Gavel and Quill, Cal Club, and Californians. A Political Science major from Long Beach, he is planning to go to law school — unless he becomes a professional yell leader. George — the Dodgers need you! Tom Jones TOM JONES is one of the amazing members of the Cal student body. Not only was he President of the Senior Class and of his fraternity, Theta Delta Chi, but also active in Cal Club, Gavel and Quill, Californians, of the Golden Bear, and Class Officers Board during his Senior year. Last year he served as Rep-At-Large. When Tom says " activities " are his favorite pastime, he isn ' t fooling. As last year ' s Drum Major, NORM LOBDELL led the spirited Cal Marching Band through its halftime and pre-game paces on the football field of Stadium. During his Senior year, Norm has been kept active by serving as Vice-President of Stiles Hall. Also, he was a member of Cal Club. An Engineering major, Norm comes from Chico. Norman Lobdell Another fraternity President who has been active on campus, too,is ROGER KAUFFMAN. This Sigma Phi Epsilon has been kept busy with the duties of chairing Men ' s Board as Men ' s Representative Roger says that he is noted for corny jokes and that his ambition is to be the president of a corporation. This Business Administration major hails from Redwood City. Roger Kauffman Even though Vice-Chairman of Women ' s Rally Committee and Secretary of Mortar Board, JUDY KYSH says she is without This Phi Mu likes to play bridge and, by the way, it is quite an obsession with her. AWS Publications Chairman has also kept Judy busy during her Senior year, including last summer. A Math major, she hails from Berkeley. The responsibility of managing the Blue and Gold went to KENDRA MON this year. Kenny cut many classes in order to keep the office in top shape. Despite all of the demands of the position as Manager, Kenny still had time for her hobby-psyching people out. She is also a member of both Prytanean and Mortar Board and hopes to be a good high school teacher. " Scrunch " is a favorite expression of Kendra. Kendra Mon Judy Kysh Jerry Newfarmer KDR JERRY NEWFARMER hopes to become a member of the United States Senate. While at U.C. he was a Rep-at-Large, a member of Cal Club, Californians, and the Order of the Golden Bear. Jerry served as President of Gavel and Quill. He admits that he helped to conspire the of " The Daily Cal " and feels that the Bear ' s Lair will never be complete until beer is sold there. Pool is the hobby of GEORGE PIEROVICH, a Kappa Sig who has been more than outstanding on the football field. A Physical Education major, George says that he is noted for being hard to get ahold of and we will second his philosophy. George Pierovich JUDY LYNN RICHARDS, who was the President of Stern Hall, constantly urged people to attend meetings during her Senior year. Even though she aspires to be a mathematician, Judy was occupied with such activities as Women ' s Judicial Committee, Torch and Shield, Mortar Board and Prytanean. Judy Richards Evi Nakano As Women ' s Representative, EVI NAKANO was a member of Committee and Chairman of AWS Board. Evi resided at House. One of her favorite pastimes is to play the guitar. She was an honor student and also a member of Prytanean. A Psychology major, Evi hails from Oakland. Judi Richards Pi Beta Phi JUDI RICHARDS says that she likes to plan. Evidently this is true, in that she combines and studies in one package. She was Chairman of the I.W.A.S. this spring and also a of Cal Club, Prytanean, and the University Affairs Committee. Social Welfare is Judi ' s major and her are " looking, booking, and cooking. " Ray Sweet Heading the impressive list of RAY SWEET ' S activities is his Rep-at-Large post. Others include the of the UPB, Ex Comm, Pi Sigma Alpha, University Affairs Committee, Functional Services Board, and Honor Students Society, of which he is President. He says he likes to read too, but when? Senior Hall of Fame Marene Sitlinger Aopi MARNY SITLINGER is always worried about flunking out, although she made Phi Beta Kappa as a junior. Being Panhellenic president has occupied most of her time but she ' s also a member of Prytanean and Mortar Board and can always find a moment to run down to Bott ' s for an ice cream cone. " Grrr " cries JAN SMITH as she engages in her favorite pastime of playing " Hell. " This Sigma Kappa does other things besides playing cards, though — Cal Club, Gavel and Quill, Prytanean, and IAWS Convention Committee are included in her long list of activities. Sue Shaw SUE SHAW says her ambition is to " do things. " It seems that she already is doing things, as and member of Ex Comm, University Affairs Committee, Cal Club, Senior Class Council and Pi Sigma Alpha. A Kappa Delta, last year Sue was manager of the Blue and Gold and Chairman of Pub Board. Janice Smith Unpredictable MIKE TIGAR lists marriage as his favorite pastime. That seems pretty tame for this avid member of Slate. A Rep-at-Large, Mike hopes to become a University professor and has been working at KPFA radio station. " That has a material existence " seems to be his favorite expression, and he can often be heard expounding this philosophy in Dwinelle Plaza. Michael Tigar Terry Timmins TKE TERRY TIMMINS has spent three semesters on Executive and two years on the University Affairs Committee. Last year he held the controversial post of Daily Cal A member of Cal Club, Skull and Keys and Californians, he is pinned to Alpha Phi, Nancy Jacobs. Pride and joy of the Delt house, BRIAN VAN CAMP served the ASUC this year as President. Previously he had been a Rep-at-Large, Lower Division Rep, and Frosh President. President Van Camp is married to the former Moni Gatewood and also is a member of Cal Club and Order of the Golden Bear. Senior Hall of Fame Brian Van Camp Brad Wait The most prominent senior in the Chi Phi house is BRAD WAIT, who is also President of the and chairman of the Committee on Conduct. Brad says he is conservative and likes to sing. He was a member of the Glee Club and of the Senior Men ' s Octette. Coming from New Mexico, LYNN WATERMAN became secretary-treasurer of the Senior Class and was active on Class Officers Board, AWS Board and Gavel and Quill. Lynn is a real " red hot " and never can find time to study. Her favorite interest, she comments, is her boyfriend. President of Deutsch Hall, JEFF WONG is " Snowman " and is fond of women and song. Along these lines, Jeff was co-ordinator of the Fall Football Festival, and M.C. for the Big Game Queen Contest. Jeff, a member of Cal Club, Californians, and the Order of the Golden Bear, has a sneaky grin and often says, " I ' m hot for it. " (Or " her, " as the case may be!) Lynn Waterman Geoffrey Wong Senior Pilgrimage On the first Senior Pilgrimage of 1898, the Senior Class of 141 members visited the Chemistry Building, the Library, and North Hall. The dress for the day was white dresses and parasols for the women with white cords and Senior hats for the men. From 1898 to 1909, the Pilgrimage began at Senior Women ' s Hall for the women and Senior Men ' s Hall for the men. Since 1909, the traditional starting place has been Sather Gate. The class banners, a custom prevailing today, lead the long procession with the second stop being Eshleman Court, then the center of campus activities. After stopping at many other buildings such as California Hall, Wheeler Hall and Harmon Gymnasium, the class congregated at the Senior Oak Tree where the Senior Class President spoke to the assembled Seniors for the last time. More recently, the itinerary of the Pilgrimage has included the Hearst Greek Theater, the Circle and North Gate. Usually, after visiting the Eucalyptus Grove, the class ends the at the base of the Campanile, where the assembled group sings " All Hail " and other California Songs. Senior Pilgrimage As the Seniors, donned in cap and gown, pass through Sather Gate the Senior Pilgrimage marks the of their undergraduate college days. As a series of events in the activity tradition calendar, it is the last tradition of the year before Commencement. Beginning at Sather Gate, besides the ten schools and colleges, such famous landmarks as Faculty Glade, Eshleman Court, The Hearst Greek Theater, Founders Rock, and Sather Tower are visited. University House Warren Hall 143 Giannini Hall 139 Mulford Hall 147 Life Sciences Building Alumni House Harmon Gym 201 Architecture Building 135 Engineering Building 119 Hearst Mining Circle Library Gilman Hall South Hall 149 Faculty Club House Sproul Hall 77 Student Union 155 Greek Theatre School of Optometry 113 California Memorial St School of Law International House 467 Table of Contents Strawberry Canyon Recreational Area Memorial Stadium University Master Plan The University Plan of Growth, announced last year, sets a firm limit of enrollment for the Berkeley campus at 27,500 students (expected to be reached by 1965), and looking further ahead shows how the smaller University campuses can be expanded and new established to accommodate the expected quarter million U.C. students by the end of the century. The objective of the plan, its authors have stated, is " to outline an aesthetically and financially sound physical design to meet the academic needs of enrollment of 27,500 students and associated research and public functions of the University, without sacrifice of the physical setting of the Berkeley campus. " The planners have pointed out that the campus will have few striking differences from the look of today major buildings and landmarks will be retained. New buildings needed for the increased enrollment will be constructed on carefully selected locations, and the natural beauties of the landscape will be preserved and enhanced. Those marked for permanent preservations include Founders Rock, South Hall, the University House, Hearst Mining Circle, and Sather Gate. Even though more than half completed through purchases of property for new residence halls and parking structures, some twenty-one acres of city and privately owned property in Berkeley remain marked for campus expansion. Graduation The ninety-ninth Commencement was held this year. For almost a century a group of students has come forward each year to receive their diplomas, the paper that marks the end of their four years. As each class passes by in their caps and gowns they fondly remember their years at Cal: their Freshman year when they were lost in Dwinelle Hall, their Sophomore year when they couldn ' t believe how dumb the new freshmen were — forgetting that they had been freshmen only the year before, their Junior year when the 10 o ' clock cup of coffee was all important, and then their Senior year when they realized that they were going to graduate in a few months and they began to think, " What next? " Each graduate will go his own way, yet each will carry with him the realization that his education is not finished, but has only just begun with his four years at the University. THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY • DAVIS • LA JOLLA • LOS ANGELES • RIVERSIDE SAN FRANCISCO • SANTA BARBARA CLARK KERR President of the University December 12, 1961 To Students, Faculty, Staff: I am pleased and privileged to extend greetings through the pages of the Blue and Gold. The theme of the 1962 volume - " The Mood of Learning " seems a singularly appropriate one: our University, as one of the nation ' s and the world ' s distinguished of higher learning, bears an obligation to society to probe deeply the diverse fields of learning. The process of learning is a slow, gradual and steady one, a vital process involving the interplay of teacher and student. But the acquisition and preservation of knowledge are not ends in themselves. The application of learning as a constructive force in our society must follow if a University is to serve its true purpose. Perhaps the gradual process of acquiring learning is best expressed in the adage, " The years learn much which the days never know. " Clark Kerr President Kerr Inaugurated in September 1959 as the twelfth President of the University of California, Clark Kerr began his fourth year last fall as the top administrator in Affairs. Long before his inauguration, President Kerr was associated with University Affairs. He served at the University as Chancellor from 1952-1958, and Director of the Institute of Industrial Relations from 1945-1952. Now, besides serving as the President of all seven of the University of California, President Kerr holds a Professorship in Industrial Relations and a Associateship at the Institute of Industrial His educational degrees include an A.B. from Swarthmore College, a M.A. from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of in 1939. Throughout the year, from his welcoming address in September to the June Commencement address, Kerr is a vital and important force in the life of the University. It is through such a dynamic personality as his that the University, while expanding in size, is able to maintain a personal atmosphere and remain an integral unit in meeting the needs of its many students. To you, Clark Kerr, the Blue and Gold staff extends congratulations on the successful conclusion of your fourth year as the President of the University of We appreciate your new policies and the continued tradition of strong support for student and the state-wide University. EDMUND G. BROWN GOVERNOR STATE OF CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR ' S OFFICE SACRAMENTO TO THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY: I appreciate this opportunity to extend my greetings and best wishes to the students and faculty of the University of California at Berkeley. As Attorney General and now as Governor, it has been my pleasure to watch the phenom enal growth of the University of California to one of the nation ' s and best educational institutions. The University is the keystone in our new Master Plan for Higher Education which has placed California first in the nation providing state education. Today, no young man or young woman in California need be deprived of college training, and those with the ambition, intelligence and courage can get at Berkeley graduate work the equal of any in the world. I have never read a better explanation of a university ' s purposes than that of the 19th Century churchman and scholar who said: " The University is the place to which a thousand scholars make contributions; in which the may safely range and speculate, sure to find its equal in some antagonist activity -- and its judge in the tribunal of truth. " It is the place where inquiry is pushed forward and discoveries verified and perfected, and rendered innocuous--with error exposed by the collision of mind with mind and knowledge with knowledge. " To me, that also describes the University of California. I hope you share that feeling. Sincerely EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor Governor Brown ALL HAIL THE BLUE AND GOLD All Hail Blue and Gold, thy Colors unfold, O ' er loyal Californians whose hearts are strong and bold. All Hail Blue and Gold, thy strength ne ' er shall fail; For Thee we ' ll die, All Hail, All Hail! All Hail Blue and Gold, to thee we shall cling O ' er golden fields of poppies, thy praises we will sing. All Hail Blue and Gold, on breezes ye sail; Thy sight we love, All Hail, All Hail! Chancellor Strong Serving since 1958 as Vice-Chancellor in charge of Academic Affairs, Edward W. Strong became Chancellor of the Berkeley last year when Glenn Seaborg was named Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission. A philosopher and faculty leader, Dr. Strong came to this position with a distinguished name in his field. His special interests have been the philosophy of history, medieval thought, and contemporary tendencies in philosophy. As a recognized academic policy maker, he served as consultant to the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare beginning last year. In announcing the appointment of Dr. Strong to this position, President Kerr said, " Edward W. Strong is a distinguished scholar who is widely admired and respected by students for his clarity of thought, his high moral principles and his warmth of spirit. Few men have been so devoted to teaching, so prolific in research or so energetic in the general service of the University. " Chancellor ' s Reception University House Chancellor ' s Review THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA CLARK KERR President of the University E. W. STRONG Chancellor at Berkeley OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR BERKELEY CALIFORNIA TO THE STUDENTS By the time students enter the University, their minds are amply stocked with beliefs and opinions, many of them unexamined. It is a principal task of learning to learn how to bring beliefs and opinions to tests of evidence and reasoning. The mood of learning is thereby one of inquiry advancing from know ledge gained to the acquisition of further knowledge. An essential part of the learning process is searching for knowledge through questioning. When Socrates was asked what knowledge he had that would account for his reputation of being one of the wisest of men, he disavowed possession of any vast and certain store of knowledge. If he were wiser than other men, his wisdom consisted in knowing that he did not know and had therefore to seek for truth in sifting varied and conflicting opinions. The skilled, systematic questioning employed by Socrates remains a most effective method for the advancement of learning. Reasoned doubt is the spur of inquiry into ideas. William Cowper was following in Socrates ' footsteps when he wrote: " Knowledge is proud that he has learn ' d so much; Wisdom is humble that he knows no more. " The University has done well with its students if they graduate still thirsty for knowledge and with formed habits of inquiry. For inquiring minds, learning is lifelong. E. W. Strong UC Campuses At the present time the University of California has seven campuses which are located at Berkeley, Santa Barbara, La Jolla, Los Angeles, Davis, Riverside, and San Francisco. Due to an increase in the number of students at the University, the Regents have agreed upon three additional locations where new campuses are needed and can be effectively and economically The chosen sites fill the following requirements: 1,000 usable acres, functional development, and and good climate. The three new campuses are to be located at Santa Cruz, the area which affords the most possibilities; at the Irvine Ranch property in Orange County; and at San Diego near the University ' s present facilities at La Jolla. Each campus is being planned with a " lead time " of four years during which a senior staff will be recruited, an academic plan developed, a campus plan worked out, contract negotiations completed, and construction begun. The first undergraduate students will be accepted at San Diego in 1964, at Orange County in 1965, and at Santa Cruz in 1966. The Regents The Regents of the University of California, under the leadership of President Clark Kerr, are vested with the administration of the University and established as a corporated body under the State Constitution. They have full powers of organization and government, only to such legislative control as may be necessary to insure compliance with the terms of the endowments of the University and the security of its funds. " The Regents are appointed for terms of 16 years each. There are twenty-four of them, eight are members ex-officio. The Regents are responsible for selec ting the President of the University, who in turn is responsible to them for the administration of the several campuses. Meeting alternately at the various branches of the University, the Regents set the policy under which the state-wide University operates. They pass on of all chief administrators and have complete financial control of University matters. Meeting agendas always include controversial issues and major decisions in the areas of finance, construction, real estate, new campus developments, government contracts, and and faculty affairs. The Regents ' decisions are into action by the University President and his sub-ordinates. VICE CHANCELLORS — Left to Right: Adrian A. Kragen, Professor of Law; Alex C. Sherriffs, Professor of Psychology; Alden H. Miller, Professor of Zoology, Director of Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, Curator of Birds, Museum of Paleontology. The Vice Chancellors The University of California is fortunate to have such capable men serving as vice-chancellors. This position was created to relieve the burden of administrative duties from the Chancellor. Adrian A. Kragen and Alden H. Miller serve as vice-chancellors in the realm of academic affairs. These two men are concerned particularly with general matters of the educational policy of the University and its long range academic planning. Alex C. Sherriffs acts as vice-chancellor of student affairs. He is especially with student relations and communications the faculty and administration. Also, he co-ordinates the activities of the student service agencies. All three men have fine administrative experience and growing academic achievements. They help to make the University a cohesive and integrated institution. Katherine A. Towle Dean of Students The Deans The Dean of Students ' Office of the University of is now under the able leadership of Dean Katherine A. Towle. Dean Towle, formerly the Dean of Women, was appointed to the position of Dean of Students in 1961. Her office is open to all students for counselling on personal or campus problems and financial matters. Her chief concern is to work for the best interests of the Each year over 100,000 students turn to the Dean ' s office for help. Her office also provides counselling for groups, administers University-student relations, and works with the A.S.U.C. Betty H. Neely was appointed in January to succeed Miss Towle as Dean of Women. T. Williams continues to serve as Dean of Men. Betty H. Neely Dean of Women Arleigh T. Williams Dean of Men William A. McCormick Peter S. Van Houten Eric C. Bellqu ist THE ASSISTANT DEANS Barbara Beard Elizabeth L. Chilton Brutus Hamilton Thomas B. Dutton Gordon Hearn W. Sheridan Warrick When a student finds himself confused, or just lost in the mazes of construction or among the masses of students, these residents of 201 Sproul Hall are ready to help him find Whether it be counseling for personal or problems, giving loans or financial or solving living group and campus issues, the Deans and their assistants are always ready with a friendly smile and a helpful suggestion. These counselors are so necessary in the ever-expanding University. Edith L. McClusky Emily S. Reed William A. Brownell Education WILLIAM A. BROWNELL Professor of Education AB — Allegheny College MA, PhD — U of Chicago LLD — Allegheny College Joined faculty 1950 WILLIAM F. GIAUQUE Professor of Chemistry BS, PhD — U of California Joined faculty 1922 Nobel Laureate Nat ' l. Academy of Sciences Faculty Research Lecturer William F. Giauque Chemistry Geoffrey B. Bodman Soil Physics GEOFFREY BODMAN Professor of Soil Physics BS — U of Saskatchewan MS — U of Minnesota PhD. — U of California Joined faculty 1927 Former chairman of the Department of Soils and acting Dean of the College of Agriculture Delbert J. Duncan Marketing DELBERT DUNCAN Professor of Marketing BA — University of Utah MBA — Harvard Bus. Schl. PhD — Northwestern U Joined faculty 1950 Retiring Professors As living examples of excellence in teaching, publications, and personal relations, these fifteen professors who will retire from the Berkeley campus of the University of California will always be remembered. Even though these members may retire from the active teaching staff, their high standards, aspirations, and service remain as memories and an incentive to both the students and who remain. Many years of devoted service, thousands of hours of personal instruction are represented by these soon-to-be Professors Emeritus. Men ' s Faculty Club Joe W. Kelly Civil Engineering JOE WALLACE KELLY Division of Structural Eng. and Structural Mechanics BS — Purdue University Joined faculty 1939 JOHN ERNEST KESSELI Assoc. Prof. of Geography Educated in Switzerland PhD — University of Calif. Joined faculty 1932 John E. Kesseli Geography Edgar L. Morphet Education EDGAR MORPHET Prof. in School of Education AB — Indiana State Teachers College MA, PhD — Teachers College, Columbia U. Joined faculty 1949 Paul F. Sharp Agriculture PAUL F. SHARP Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station BA — Nebraska Wesleyan MS, PhD — U of Minnesota Recipient of Borden Medal WALTER S. MANGOLD Assoc. Prof. of Public Health BS — U of Southern Calif. Joined faculty 1937 Walter S. Mangold Public Health CHARLES A. PEASE Supervisor, Physical Department P.E. Division for Men BA — U of California Joined faculty 1921 Charles A. Pease Physical Education Paul S. Tayl or Economics PAUL SCHUSTER TAYLOR Professor of Economics BA — U of Wisconsin MA, PhD — U of California Joined faculty 1921 George R. Stewart, Jr. English GEORGE R. STEWART Professor of English AB — Princeton University MA — U of California PhD — Columbia University Folk-lore expert and forestry consultant International Fantasy Award from Great Britain Joined faculty 1924 Edward H. Wisser Engineering EDWARD WISSER Prof. of Mineral Exploration Dept. of Mineral Technology BS — U of California Joined faculty 1946 Phi Beta Kappa SENIORS Wilbur Benware Byron Blom Eleanor Brown Jean Germakian Lynnette Diamond Cecil Fenyes Philip Flanner David Galant Marilyn Gow Catherine Haberland Herbert Henderson Caroline Hennig Stephen Herrero Annette Hjortsvang Walter Hurley Walter Johnson Swee Lui Khoo Jack Kilfoil Christine Kita Jean Lee Barbara Molinari Carroll Selph Kazuye Suyematsu Keith Thoreen Sara Ultrich George Winnacker Martha Wright Dan Chazan Donald Henderson Robert McGinnis William Mitchell Hirouki Nagata Lawrence kayburn William Stein Isao Tsuji FACULTY Richard Abrams O. Ailieslennian Berni Alder D. A. Amyx K. A. Anderson W. S. Anderson W. T. Angress Samuel Arnold Klaus Baer William Balamuth Jane Baltzell Edward Barankin Mary Barrows Thomas Barnes Walton Bean Seth Benson Howard Bern Gerald Berreman Robert Birge David Blackwell Robert Bloom Herbert Blumer Kenneth Bock W. J. Bouwsma F. P. Bowman Clarence Brenner Robert Brentano William Brinner Alice Breslow Robert Brode B. H. Bronson R. R. Brown Spencer Brown William Brownell G. Brucker Elroy Bundy Harold Carter James Cason Geoffrey Chew W. Chinowsky Herschel Chipp C. Douglas Chretien Mark Christensen Robert Cleland Eric Conn Robert Connick Lincoln Constance Israel Cornet William Dauben H. E. Davis I. DeVore Sumner Davis Ellsworth Dougherty Joan Dumas Hunter Dupree Richard Eakin Jack Evernden William Farnham Percival Fay K. Feuer Evelyn Fix Thomas Flanagan Donald Foley Joseph Fontenrose Alan Friedman Donald Friedman Barbara Garlitz Zygmunt Gasiorowsk Warren Giedt Rubin Goldstein Arthur Gordon Margaret Gordon William Green B. J. Guy William Gwinn David Hackett Robert Haller Martin Halpern Brutus Hamilton E. A. Hammel Morgan Hanes Lawrence Harper Joseph Harris Morgan Harris James Hart Geoffrey Hazard August Helmholz Dudley Herschbach John Hicks Joel Hildebrand George Hilton J. L. Hodges Pauline Hodgson J. J. Hopfield William Hoskins Elizabeth Huff Howard Hugo Ralph Hulgren Emily Huntington Arthur Hutson Dell Hymes John Howe Andrew lmbrie John Jackson Margret Jackson Andrew Jaszi Phyllis Jay James Jenkins Richard Jennings Harol Johnston L. W. Johnson Nicholas Johnson Charles Jones John Jordan David Judd Robert Karplus Jack Karush John Kelley Kenneth Kelley Walter Kelley Van Kennedy Joseph Kerman Frank Kidner James King A. F. Kip Barbara Kirk Robert Kleinpell Jerome Klotz Harold Knudsen Adrian Kragen J. E. Kramer Albert Krueger Thomas Kuhn Wulf Kunkel George Kuznetz David Landes John Leighly Victor Lenzen Joseph Levenson Marvin Levy David Lewin Jens Lund Peter Lyman Leonard Loeb James Lynch Donlyn Lyndon David Lyon Thomas McConnell Theodore McCown G. McKenzie Robert McNulty Maurine McKeany Donald MacKinnon Leonard Machlis Sherman Maisel Theodore Malm Hans Mark Oleg Maslenikov Benson Mates Floyd Matson Beatrice Mattison Henry May D. Mazia Charles Meyer Jacob Michaelsen Josephine Miles Alden Miller Edwin Morby Agnes Fay Morgan Sylvanus Morley P. L. Morton Frederick Mosher Richard Mosier R. A. Moyer L. A. Murillo Robert Murphy Charles Muscatine Frank Newman William Nicholls F. M. Nicosia Donald Noyce Brendan O ' Hehir Chester O ' Konski Donald Olander Steve Orgel John Oswald A. Pabst George Papenfuss Thomas Parkinson Robert Paxton Robert Pepper Isadore Perlman Henry Peters Marjorie Petray E. S. Phinney George Pimental Frank Pitelka Kenneth Pitzer John Pott Richard Powell Leo Postman W. K. Pritchett Robert Pyle Wilbur Quay F. Reif David Revzan John Reynolds Janette Richardson Raphael Robinson K. Rodgers Mark Rosenzweig Arthur Ross Charles Rossbach Erhard Rostlund William Rouverol John Rowe Michael Rudeman M. Samilov Joan Santos Theodore Sarbin Yozo Satoda Samuel Schaaf Edward Schafer Henry Schiffe Meyer Schindler Carl Schorske H. F. Schmann H. Hill Schutik A. W. Searcy Charles Sederholm Hanan Selvin William Shepard S. Shifrin Charles Smith Sho Soto Blake Spahr Edgar Sparks Hurford Stone Celestine Sullivan Justin Sweet Frederic Tuback Read Tuddenham Lawrence Vance Dow Votaw T. S. Wagner Harold Weaver John Whinnery Garff Wilson Jacob Yerashalmy David Alhadeff Luis Alvarez Barbara Armstrong Karl Aschenbrenner Joe Bain Horace Barker Edward Barnhard Madison Beeler Edward Bade Babette Barton Marianne Bonwit David Boyden Wanda Bronson Charles Camp Valera Carlson John Carter James Cline Jerome Cohen Robert Cole John Condliffe William Crum E. Paul DeGarmo William Dennes Vincent Duckles John Dunn Vernon Ehlers Dorothy Eichorn Albert Elkus Erick Erickson Herbert Evans F. E. Everhart Clarence Glacken Robert Gordon Ernest Greenwood Ewald Grether Charles Gulick Lewis Hackett Mason Haire Edward Halback Frederick Sherman Donald Shively Wayne Shumaker Neil Smelser Henry Smith Wallace Smith Philip Snider Harry Solberg F. J. Sonleitner Raymond Sontag Herman Stekler Gunther Stent M. L. Stevenson George Stewart Edward Stone Gardner Stout H. L. Strauss Andrew Streitwieser Paul Taylor B. Tebbens John Traugott Victor Viola Ronald Walpole Harold Weaver R. A. Webster John Wehausen F. J. Whitfield Robley Williams C. Zemach R. Zettel Larzer Ziff Alex Zwerdling HONOR STUDENTS SOCIETY — Left to Right, Row One: Marilyn Rummell, Merlaine Peach, Claudia Kin, Elaine Kenton, Vicky Aumann, Sandra Gue, Emi Sano, Alice Mead, Gloria Burke, Paul Anderson. Row Two: Antoinette Catrow, Joan Schoeplein, Tom Bottari, June Bender, Lynne Diamond, Marsha Fried, Patricia O ' Reilly, Doris Kirkpatrick, Sharri Pugh, Janice Irene Fleck. Row Three: Jay Verkozen, Pat Scott, Mary Ammirati, Sherry Lindbergh, Michael Rogozinski, Jerry Alcone, Kent Pearson, David Behnke, Dan Posin, Alan Chan, Lothar Bandermann. Row Four: David Clark, Carol Marliare, Joe Wakefield, Myra White, Craig Beckstead, Leland Leisz, Joseph Donohue, Jr., David Smith, Philip Condit, George Nolfi, Jr., Henry Saar. Honor Students Society The Honor Students Society is the upper division counterpart of Tower and Flame. Membership is open to all upper division students who have an over-all 3.00 average in all work undertaken at the University. To provide a stimulating social and program and to offer free individual tutoring are the purposes of this organization. Tower and Flame Tow er and Flame is the lower division of the Honor Students Society. Lower division students who have an over-all 3.00 and incoming freshmen who are CSF life members are eligible for membership. A Christmas party, a trip to the Nike base, and a semi-annual banquet are some of the activities on the social calendar. TOWER AND FLAME — Left to Right, Row One: Gary Kane Stan Dan Zwakenberg, Susan Mondon, Kathy Quinn, Jack Lacy, Holly Sackett, H. Delmer, Bonnie McDonald, Debby Brown, Toni Hensley. Row Two: Daniel Chan, Michael Hahn, Reginald Mak, Charles Coker, Gail Van Winkle, Sharen Baggett, Sue Lyford, Elaine Fossati, Patricia Smith, Ellen Hull, Sally Campbell, Cheska Callow, Carolyn Smith, Tony Scarr. Row: Three: Robert Oberg, George Tomasevich, Mark Reutlinger, Marylee Taylor, Mary-Jo Durham, Leslie Coffman, Caren Harris, Claudia Larson, Jim Normandin, Linda Smith, Susan Frieder, Marylou Goldsmith. California Alumni House built by the Alumni and dedicated to the University. Alumni Association James W. Archer President Dick Erickson Executive Director Since its founding 90 years ago the California Alumni has dedicated itself to the advancement of the interests of the University and the promotion of student arid alumni welfare. Some 45,000 members are kept of campus happenings through the California Monthly, one of the best alumni magazines in the country. Each year about 200 entering students are given Alumni Scholarships. The association offers its members the use of a family summer camp, a hotel at Yosemite, and modern ski lodge at Squaw Valley. The Alumni Association, from the California Alumni House on the Berkeley campus provides an effective contact between alumni and students. Covers of the California Monthly, one of the top alumni magazines. Tahoe Alumni Center offers year-round recreation and conference facilities. Cal Club Cal Club, the spirit organization of all seven University campuses, works to provide unity and harmonious relations between all branches of the college community. While each campus has a chapter of Cal Club, there is a meeting each year during which all the branches are represented by interested and active students who discuss their problems and interests. At this convention new policies are considered and attempts at solving problems are made. is the primary activity of this board. Cal Club is an important part of University life, as, through its discussions and projects, close intercampus relations are strengthened despite the growing size of our expanding University. Terry Timmins was chairman of Cal Club this year. Garff Wilson served as advisor. CAL CLUB — Left to Right, Row One: Pam Gartshore, Sue Shaw, Jan Cave, Merle Gibbins, Donna Pat Farr, Suzy Shadinger, Karen Shain, Kay La Guardia, Dottie Ahlburg. Row Two: Jim Burress, Judi Richards, Jeff Wong, Tom Jones, Jim Ferguson, Terry Timmins, George Goldberg, Jack Merritt, Roger Morgan, Brian Van Camp, Noel Castleman, Dennis Tavernetti, Wendy Ferguson. Row Three: Chris Carpenter, Larry Stewart. All-U-Weekend Men ' s Rally Committee carrying Cal banner down the main boulevard of Merced on their way to UCLA for All-U-Weekend. Cal Band participating at the Merced Rally commencing All-U-Weekend. Friday, November 3 witnessed an unusual event — a to Southern California and the UCLA campus. Reason — ALL U WEEKEND. As always, football was included in the celebration. On Saturday, grid giants Cal vs UCLA and grid dwarfs UCBS vs UC-Davis clashed in a doubleheader. Early in the day underdog UCBS fans with a 13-0 victory. Cal fans, many still groggy from the effects of the trip, felt the underdog Bears might be blessed with a similar victory. When the referees had finally restored order and the final gun had sounded, the Bears, however, found themselves on the short end of a 35-15 score. Also included in the weekend funfest were rallies, dances, banquets, social hours, stoning of and post game parties along Hilgard Strip. Spirited members of Cal Band marched at the Merced Rally. UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS Unloading buses at Merced. Operating as a means of and information for of the various orbs of University life is the University Committee. At present it of 39 members, including 26 students, 5 faculty members, 4 representatives, 2 2 ASUC staff members, and is under the chairmanship of the president. Topics discussed this year include H I exams, cheating, pre-enrollment, and trimester UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS — Left to Right, Row One: Lynne Diamond, Sharon Stanton, Sue Shaw, Sue English, Mrs. Geraldine Becker, Brian Van Camp, Judi Richards, Jan Cave, Dottie Ahlburg, Dean Katherine A. Towle, Dean Betty Neely. Row Two: Ed Germain, Richard Erickson, Tom Jones, Armin Rappaport, Pete Green, Dean Arleigh Williams, Dean Lincoln Constance, Forrest Tregea, Larry Beyersdorf, Bill Wong, Ted Craig, Alex Sherriffs, Paul Hofmann, Connie Perlman, Donna Hartman. PRYTANEAN — Left to Right, Row One: Dean Neely, Jo Ann Zubasek, Doris Tyson, Merle Gibbins, Hilary Hale, Meg Jensen, Jline Cardozo, Jan Smith. Row Two: Lynn Gentner, Kathy Brill, Carole Anderson, Judi Richards, Judy Emsley, Sue Hoefer, Marny Sitlinger, Penny Serrem, Donna Hartman. Row Three: Alice Krimsky, Pat Farr, June Bender, Helle Stueland, Judy Meunier, Donna Brown, Kathy Korts, Lynne Diamond. Row Four: Jan Cave, Judy Kysh, Sandy Bowles, Karen Pastorino, Ann Edmiston, Adele Hughes, Rosemary Green, Mary Sue Powell. Prytanean Prytanean, commonly abbreviated to " Pryt, " is the oldest women ' s activity and scholarship honor in the nation. Founded at UC in 1900, is extended to those Junior and Senior women who are outstanding in scholarship and campus Its purpose is to serve the University by special philanthropic projects and by discussion of important issues, and also, to maintain high scholarship and code of conduct among the women students of the Service activities include the annual Athletic Team auction for WUS, speakers, panels about women ' s activities, and the Fall Calendar Sale for women ' s scholarships. The semi-annual new students banquets and initiations are a few of the social activities. of Prytanean also exist at UCLA, Davis, and President Hilary Hale Vice-President Jo Ann Kubasek Secretary Jan Smith Corresponding Secretary Meg Jensen Treasurer Doris Tyson Membership Merle Gibbins Ritter Hall Representative Terry Taylor Projects Chairman Juline Cardozo Mortar Board Catherine Brill Juline Cardozo Jan Cave Jan Dalton Lynne Diamond Judith Emsley Katherine Gelus Donna Hartman Jean Holmes Ellen Dietschy Merle Gibbins Alice Krimsky Judy Kysh Phyllis Lockwood Kendra Mon Founded at Syracuse, New York in 1918 and later established at the University of California in 1925, Mortar Board is a Senior Women ' s Honor Society. Membership is invitational to Senior women who have made outstanding contributions to the University in service, scholarship, and leadership. As stated in the preamble to Mortar Board ' s Constitution, its purpose is: " To provide cooperation between societies, to promote college loyalty, to advance the spirit of service and among University women, to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to recognize and encourage leadership, and to stimulate and a finer type of college woman. " President Jan Cave Vice President Merle Gibbons Secretary Judy Kysh Treasurer Juliene Cardozo Editor Jean Holmes Membership Alice Krimsky Program Judith Richards Judith Richards Mamy Sitlinger Julie Tisdale Doris Tyson TORCH AND SHIELD — Left to Right: Mary Harrison, Judy Richards, Georgia McKeizan, Ann Edmiston, Ann Boradori, Buffy Campion, and Sheri White. Torch and Shield Torch and Shield is the Senior women ' s social organization whose activities are kept traditionally secret. It has been at U.C. since 1906. Madelyn Sanborn Suzy Shadinger Karen Shain Lynn Grosser Cynthia Henderson Pat Farr Kathy Blackman Carol Chapnick Rosanne Cunningham Sara Davidson Panile Founded at the University in 1939 Panile is the sophomore women ' s honor society. Membership is and is based on service to the University and on a 2.4 grade average. Betty Kankonen Pat List Mary Lundy Sue Melquist Jackie Mills Pam Newmark President Peggy Twist Vice President Pat Farr Recording Secretary Madelyn Sanborn Corresponding Secretary Mary Lundy Treasurer Rosanne Cunningham Membership Chairman Barby Thomson Parents Day Chairman Suzy Shadinger Historian Betty Kankonen Liz Solinsky Mary Lou Taylor Peggy Tarr Leone Terry Nancy Terry Barbara Thompson Peggy Twist Skull and Keys SKULL AND KEYS — Left to Right, Row One: Jim Burress, Dave Whiteneck, Ed O ' Dea, John Hurt, Jim Sally, Mike McNeill, Scott Calder, Jack Griffin. Row Two: Rich Ryder, Pete Mickael, Paul Prudler, Terry Timmins, Tom Chuck Eastman, Tim Hachman, John Papini. Row Three: Bob Myers, Bruce Mosely, Wicker Gamble, Mike Smith, Roger Browning, Jerry Meyer, Pete Olson, John Newell, Larry Balliett, Jim Ellison, Kent Jacobson. Row Four: Bill Monty, Jim Talcott, Ed Donahue, Bill Stoats, Dan Ipson, Hank Carlson, Steve Cox, Butt Redford, Tom Campbell, Eric Cowing, Frank Helm, Bill Judge. Row Five: Curt Rocca, Bill Kerr, Bob Rosson, Hank Hummelt, Bill McAdam, Sam Stassi, Terry Reilly, Doug Fowkes, Pete Poulson, Brian Hermon, Jim Bonney, Charley Hein. FALL John Papini Pete Mickael Jack Griffin President Vice-President Secretary SPRING John Hurt Eric Cowing Bill McAdam HONORARY MEMBERS Dick Abreu Stub Allison Bodie Andrews David Barrows Gill Becker Anthony Blanks Dr. Boles N. S. Buchanan Paul Cadman John U. Calkins, Jr. Donald Cameron Andy Carlson R. W. Chaney Zeb Chaney Charles Chapman Walter Christie Clarence Corey James A. Crutchfield Harry Davis M. M. Davisson Monroe E. Deutsch William G. Donald Newton B. Drury W. H. Durham Ky Ebright Greg Englehard Capt. Neil Edmunds Col. G. C. Edwards James K. Fisk Martin C. Faherty Walter Frederick Stanley B. Freeborn Horace R. Gaither Raymond Gettell Evertt Glass E. C. Goldsworthy Capt. P. C. Godwin George Good Capt. Sandy Goodman Walter Gordon Lieut. Harry Greenlaw E. T. Grether John Grover Chaffee Hall, Jr. Brutus Hamilton James Hamilton Jack Happoldt Dr. James T. Harkness Robert Hemphill Norman E. Hinds John Hostater H. S. Howard Miles Hudson James B. Hutchinson Lincoln Hutchinson Bill Ingram Bert Jones Dick Kelly Dr. Frank Kelly Alexander M. Kidd Lawrence Kinnaird Peter B. Kayne W. M. Latimer Karl C. Leebrick Matthew C. Lynch E. Landon Austin MacDonald Walter E. Magee Eggs Manske G. E. Marsh Jack McKenize Herm Meister Ralph P. Merritt Ralfe Miller Brick Mitchell Brick Morse Russ Nagler Eugene Neunaus John Franci Neylan R. L. Olson Edmund O ' Neil F. C. Palm Major G. H. Peabody Robert A. Peterson Ken Priestly Thomas H. Putnam Al Ragan L. Reno Carl Reich F. M. Russell Thomas F. Sanford Major C. R. Sargent Geo. Schroth William A. Setchell James G. Shaeffer Andy Smith Geo. A. Smithson Robert G. Sproul Tom Stow H. E. Stone Edward G. Stricklin Fred Stripp Major J. S. Switzer Nicholas L. Taliaferro Lieut. Cdr. H. L. Tallman E. H. Taylor Col. Thomas J. Trues Irv. Uteritz Charles R. Voltz Edwin C. Voorhies Lynn O. Waldorf Benjamin Wallace Benjamin Ide Wheeler Frank Wickhorst Jack Williamson Bob Wilson Garff B. Wilson Jean C. Witter Carl Zamlock Deceased Jeff Wong Santa Claus Each year the Class Officers Board sponsors the campus Santa Claus Contest in order to raise funds for Cal Camp, a summer camp for underprivileged children. Candidates are nominated by the various women ' s living groups. is based upon a penny per vote. Many novel and ingenious stunts and campaigns are presented and is very keen. The winning candidate this year, Jeff Wong, was sponsored by Deutsch Hall. Hailing from Sacramento, Jeff is a political science major at the Big U. Besides being Santa Claus, Jeff served as president of Deutsch Hall and Californians. The Sigma Kappas Jeff. CLASS OFFICERS BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: Barbara Beard, Marty Hege, Pam Newmark, Marylee Taylor, Barbara Sachs, Lynn Waterman. Row Two: Jerry Beckman, Jim Rick Wank, Rich Cerruti, Tom Jones, Noel Castleman, Bob Goings, Andy Gillin, Rich Gary. Absent: Judy Draper, Bob Fleck. Class Officers Board The Class Officers Board is comprised of the elected officers of each of the four undergraduate classes. To plan and co-ordinate the various class activities, and to provide maximum efficiency in presenting the programs of the four classes to the campus community at large are the purposes of COB. This fall, the Board again sponsored the Santa Claus Contest in order to raise funds for Cal Camp, a summer camp for children. Tom Jones, Senior Class President, chaired COB. Gavel and quill Gavel and Quill is a class activities honor society. In order to be eligible for membership in Gavel and Quill, one must have participated consistently in their respective classes. Social gatherings provide this organization with a purpose, which is a relief after the rigors of the class councils. GAVEL AND QUILL — Left to Right, Row One: Larry Miller, Katy Holcombe, Louise Stallings, Allen Puckett. Row Two: George Goldberg, Lynn Waterman, Pat Van Etten. Row Three: Gloria Puncher, Dianne Barton, Peggy Twist, Dave Griffith. Row Four: Kathie Blackman, Jan Smith, Judy Simmons, Noel Nellis. Row Five: Tom Jones, Rich Cerruti, Sue Shaw, Noel Castleman. Madelyn Sanborn Penny Serrem Sheri Smith Patricia Doherty Pamela Gartshore Judy Glander Nancy Glicksberg Betsy Bright Cathy Conlin Darlene Demanincor Rosemary Green Jeanette Helm Sue Herney Ellen Noble Janna Osmond Margaret Poynter Judy Price Gloria Puncher Penny Riede June Bender Kathie Blackman Bonnie Blue Barbara Brill Oski Dolls The Oski Dolls, the official hostesses of the University of California, not only have the fun of greeting visiting teams at the airport, but also are responsible for such activities as greeting dignitaries, foreign students, and speakers. This year, the Oski Dolls hostessed at the for Carl Sandburg and gave a campus tour for the visiting Russian dignitaries. They also worked closely with the Arts and Lecture Series. The Oski Dolls comprise forty women with at least a 2.00 grade average. ten from each class and not more than three girls from each living group are selected. Marilyn Hester Gay Hughes Judith Kaufman Marie Kennedy Sabra Worswick Pat Stanford Helle Stueland Nancy Terry Cab Tu ck Jean Lasher Sally Mage Marilyn McClintock Marcia McNeill Brad Wait Fall President Jeff Wong Spring President Nick Bevilacqua James Black Pat Boyl George Brown Ken Caldwell Sidney Chernenkoff Robert Clark Dick Coveny Jeff Cowan Howie Ehret David Fitz Bob Fleck Californians The Californians, an honorary dedicated to the principle of service to the University, was by the Executive Committee in 1956. This year, Jeff Wong and Brad Wait headed this organization. This group has been very active in promoting spirit and traditions The major projects of the year were the participation in the Frosh-Soph Brawl, Big Game Week, The Basketball Awards Assembly, the Spring Sports Assembly, Sport-of-the Week, and the publication of the Freshman Traditions pamphlet and of the Cal song sheets. The thirty to forty Junior and Senior men who are of the Californians are chosen by Men ' s Executive Board. David Anderson Harlan Bagaus Mary Langsam Alan Lazar Charles Mahakian Noel Nellis Geoffrey Gee George Goldberg Ron Gruber Jon Hakman James Hollister Michael Inglis Tom Jones Bob Knight Len Kutnik Roger Quan Tim Scofield Ed Shaskan Tom Shelton Elliott Smith Paul Smith David Swimmer Donald Talky Dennis Tavernetti Jim Thrash Terry Timmins Richard Wank Bill Williams Doug Wynne Martin Nelson Jerry Newfarmer Dave Parent Allen Puckett Janice Derrough Alpha Phi Omega Miss Beauty Queen Miss Beauty of 1962, Janice Derrough, was selected from six remaining finalists in the Alpha Phi Omega Miss Beauty Contest. This semester, Janice is active as her living group ' s Glee Club Chairman. In previous semesters, she has been a member of Angel Flight and was director of Davidson ' s skit for the Axe Review. Hailing from the San Fernando Valley, Janice is a Political Science major. Dan Michels Alpha Phi Omega Ugly Man After two weeks of humorous, hectic, and unusual Dan Michels, sponsored by Sherman Hall, was selected as the Ugliest Man on Campus. Says Dan, " One never knows, do One? " Majoring in Chemistry, Dan aims towards a career as a scientific and technical writer. While at UC, Dan has held the position of Pelican Associate Editor. He is noted for his talent in memorizing radio Hobbies include reading and eating. He hails from Acampo, California. ALPHA PHI OMEGA — Left to Right, Row One: Bill Partlow, Gerald Martin, Fred Feusse, Steve Johnson, C. John Ralph. Row Two: Curt Travis, Mel Brodie, Harry Delmer, Rich Leslie, Jeff Carmel. Row Three: David Dorinson, Paul Smith, Dick Kleiman, Len Kutnik, Larry Beyersdorf. Alpha Phi Omega FALL William Partlow Len Kutnik Jeff Carmel C. John Ralph Paul Smith Steve Johnson Fred Feusse President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Third Vice-President Treasurer Historian Corresponding Secretary SPRING Len Kutnik C. John Ralph Jeff Carmel Rick Rust Steve Johnson Harry Frank Harry Delmer Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity, is the largest fraternity in the country with well over three hundred chapters. Founded in 1925 at College in Easton, Pennsylvania, the principles of the fraternity are leadership, friendship, and service. Although the Gamma Gamma Chapter at the University takes part in many campus projects, it has undoubtedly had its greatest success with its Ugly Man and Miss Beauty Contest for WUS. Membership is by invitation. Their headquarters are in Eshleman basement. WINGED HELMET — Left to Right, Row One: John Stassi, Steve Thompson, John Stuart, Bob Cresap, Jack Griffin, Jerry Williams, Chips Wilde. Row Two: Bill Stoats, Roger Popper, Doug Graham, Bob Rosson, Ed Bowen, Doug Fowkes. Winged Helmet Row Three: Tom Campbell, John Hurt, Jim Ellison, Tom Kruse. Row Four: Ed Donahue, Kent Jacobsen, Steve Norwood, Stan Parkinson, John Newell, Paul Prudler, Jim Talcott. Absent: Scott Calder, Dick Hoppin, Roger Browning, Bruce Moseley. FALL Butch Moore Hank Hummelt Pete Morrissey Dave Van Hoorebeke President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer SPRING Chips Wilde Scott Calder Jerry Williams John Newell Winged Helmet Society is one of the oldest on the University of California at Berkeley campus. Founded by Benjamin Ide Wheeler, it has been a tradition at Cal since 1901. Being an honor society for junior men, Winged Helmet endeavors to spirit and friendliness among Cal students. Order of the Golden Bear Albert M. Becker Louis H. Bell, Jr. Earl Averbuck James E. Berdahl Allen C. Blaisdell James Cason, Jr. Ralph W. Chaney Milton Chernin Robert A. Cockrell Robert P. Commandy John B. Condliffe James H. Corley Charles C. Cushing Paul Christopolos A.R. Davis William H. Davis William J. Davis Malcolm M. Davisson William R. Dennes Clifford L. Dochterman Thomas B. Dutton William L. Ellsworth Richard E. Erickson W.W. Ferrier, Jr. Walter Frederick William B. Fretter Varden Fuller Warren H. Geidt Phillip F. Griffin Charles A. Gulick Ger ald H. Hager T.E. Haley Brutus Hamilton James T. Harkness Harold Bauman Eurael Bell Morris Bobrow Donald P. Bowden Stuart Gould Michael Hone Jeffrey Horner Hal Hungerford Eric C. Bellquist Harlan L. Bagaus Jerry Berman Larry S. Beyersdorf Robert K. Booth, Jr. Robert E. Bosso James E. Burress Richard A. Cerruti Steven G. Chandler Lawrence M. Costa Richard H. Costello Woodrow Covinston Burton Davies William J. Dickinson Thomas F. Dunlap Howard C. Ehret James M. Elden Josh Eppinger, III Richard J. Fallenbaum UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Lawrence A. Harper Jack Hart James D. Hart John D. Hicks Joel D. Hildebrand Joseph L. Hodges, Jr. Peter S. Van Houten Miles R. Hudson Charles G. Hyde Albert J. Johnson William N. Keeler Richard K. Kelly Van Dusen Kennedy Clark Kerr Frank L. Kidner Elmo J. Koll Adrian A. Kragen G. James Lemmon Austin H. MacCormick Donald McLaughlin Gerald E. Marsh Woodrow Middlekauf William H. Monahan Harold P. Muller Peter Newell Harold C. Norton Peter H. Odegard George Pettitt Richard E. Powell Clarence Price GRADUATE STUDENTS Richard King Paul M. Little William C. Lockett Paul L. McKasle Kenneth Meade Donald R. Newell William Petrocelli UNDERGRADUATES James E. Ferguson David L. Fitz Robert . Fleck David M. George Joseph W. Giovanazzi John Griffiths John M. Hobbie Michael K. Inglis Thomas M. Jones Robert L. Knight Lazio G. Laky Norman E. Lobdell Allan Locke Richard W. Lynch Wambulwa Mafunga Michael T. Mobre Kenneth P. Nemzer Alva W. Ragan Armin Rappaport Lester Reukema Leon Richardson Glenn Seaborg Stanley Shawl William Shepard Scott Sherman Alex C. Sheriffs Robert G. Sproul Verne Stadtman Wendell Stanley Bob Steiner Jesse Steinhart Larry Stewart Fred E. Stripp Edward W. Strong Jacobus ten Broek Forrest Tregea Ian G. Turner Robert Underhill William Wadman Harold Walt Michael K. White Arleigh Williams Jack Williamson Garff B. Wilson George Wolfman Frank Woodward Henry S. Yee Archer Pugh William R. Quigley J. Roger Samuelson Claude Schultz Jerone Siebert Sanford Skaggs Cameron Wolfe David Yamakawa Jerald E. Newfarmer George J. Nolfi, Jr. Peter A. Olson Joseph E. Paff Arthur A. Park P. Anthony Price Timothy G. Scofield Edward G. Shaskan Elliot V. Smith Jeffrey V. Smith Donald L. Talley Terrence N. Timmins Brian Van Camp Gordon Van Kessel Bradford M. Wait Elton G. Welke, Jr. Robert E. Wendell Joseph A. Wildberger Geoffrey P. Wong ROTC The ROTC department is divided into three divisions-Army, Navy, and Air Force-all of which offer students two years of programs and two years of selective upper division work. Following graduation, these four-year students who are paid during school attendance, receive a commission in the field of their choice. Weekly drills are held for all students and so, once a week, the campus swarms with uniformed cadets wearing the blues and greens of their respective services. Each division has a social of its own as well as an extracurricular organization — Arnold Air Society, Quarterdeck, and Golden Guard. In 1959, the girls got into the act as the Air Force inaugurated its Angel Flight hostess organization. Chairman of Military Science Milton H. Price Lt. Colonel, Artillery Chairman of Naval Science William C. Meyer USN Chairman of Air Science William J. Davitt Colonel, USAF ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY — Left to Right, Row One: Greg Smith, Harlan Bagaus, William Morgan, Frederick Crosher, Neil Sorensen. Row Two: W. H. Dorothy, Richard Moriarty, Boris Becker, Charles Craynt, Charles Cecil, John Alcorn, Lyle Gabrielson, Jeffrey Stander, John Hobbie. Row Three: Leonard Wohletz, David Fox, Pete Green, Bill Fairweather, David Dail, James Hagemann, Robert Friis, Carl Heinz, David Jester. Arnold Air Society The Arnold Air Society is a National Air Force organization. This Officers training program occurs at most colleges and universities across the countr y. As an honorary society, the cadets are sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Its purposes are to promote the concept of the USAF as in instrument of national security and to give the cadet member the type of training that will benefit a potential Air Force officer. The society ' s main acti vities are the Air Force Ball and field trips. Angel Flight Organized in the spring of 1959, Angel Flight members serve as the official hostesses for the AFROTC at the University. Another purpose of the group is to promote interest in the Air Force. This fall, Angel Flight members were seen in their newly acquired white jackets. Undergraduate women with the status of high freshman or better and who meet the scholarship requirements of the University are eligible for membership. ANGEL FLIGHT — Left to Right, Row One: Jan Derrough, Carol Laurene Dempsey, Captain R. J. Schimberg, Sue Leslie, Nancy Gouboud, Linda Carruth. Row Two: Sandy Marts, Sally Shepard, Ellen Haley, Judy Julian, Sue Herney, Claudine Fisher, Mary Lou Vould, Jan Nicoll. Row Three: Lynda Ban, Elsie Levia, Juline Cardozo, Steffi Genter, Marian Galli, Ann Conner, Louise Stallings, Barbara Wood, Janice Blakiston. Alice Donlevy Nancy Jacobs Military Ball Queen, Sponsored by Golden Guard Joanne Seefield Jane Patton Sue Herney Golden Guard Golden Guard is the Army ROTC cadet organization with membership opened to all upper division junior and senior students, commissioned members of the faculty, and outstanding sophomores. One of the main goals of Golden Guard is to increase the military skills of the cadets. Also, it endeavors to relate and explain the place of the army in the defense of our nation. On the social agenda, Golden Guard sponsored the Annual Military Ball which occurred in March. Nancy Jacobs was selected to reign as Queen of the Ball. Her attendants included Alice Donlevy, Sue Herney, Jane Patton, and Joanne Seefield. GOLDEN GUARD — Left to Right, Row One: Ron Barnett, Robert Goldberg, Dave Fitz, Bob Quatman, Fred Tuemmler, Duane Duff, Ken Docter, W. Elliot, Geoffrey Gee, Bill Reeve, Rich Kirchner, Dick Lynch, Gordon Seligson, James Ronan. Row Two: Larry Miller, Perry Nissler, Bill Wells, Fred Wendell Mew, Randall Robinson, Steele Vohn, Jim Beck, Steve Guensler, Bill Lynch, Norman McLean, Pete Zimmerman, Gordon Whitehead, Allan Eubank, Shiori Row Three: William Morris, Scott Clader, David Ben Eager, Paul Osborn, Tom Fat, David Delwiche, Ronald Stefani, Leland McElhaney, Lee Escajeda, Jay R. Kelly, Pavle Sjekolocha, Edwin Wood, Robert Lawrence Costa. Row Four: Richard Stephens, Kurt Buckley, Dennis Tavernetti, Chris Kane, Ed Laufenberg, Hal Gregerson, Doug Champlin, John Austin, Roger Macray, Richard Wank, Jerry Anderson, Jack Arnold, John Boyd, Andy Jurgens, Woody Covington, John Eddy. Row Five: Karl Uebel, Harry Schroeter, Charles Shoemaker, Richard Conway, Fred Stark, Frank Wykoff, Robert Tousey, Richard Myer, Rod Briggs, David Van Hoorebeke, Robert Iwasaki, Parkes Harris, John Price, Michael Sher, S. I. Morse, Milton Redford, Jay Crane. Masonic Club Founded in 1923, the Masonic Club is open to blood relatives of Masons, Rainbow Girls, De Molays, and Job ' s Daughters who are enrolled in the University. Located across the street from the Hearst Gymnasium, the club building is spacious and provides such features as study rooms, a photography dark room, and a large ballroom. The Masonic Club, a coeducational center, is provided and maintained by the Masons of California. MASONIC CLUB — Left to Right, Row One: Louisa Lawton, Camilla Girard, Mary Morris, Esther Fulsaas. Row Two: Marsha Bratten, Sue Pratt, Pat Lockwood, Sue Walker, Margaret Rowland, Dianne Merrill. Row Three: Ruth Boardman, Carolyn Latham, Diane Wallace, Raymond Kunselman, Ronald Epstein, James Jones, Mical Jonson, Bill Biddell, Judy Derrod, Paula Elshire. Row Four: Gary Yeatts, Jim Morris, Eric Wallace, Jim Carey, Joe Requa, Norm Nilsen. The colleges of letters, social sciences, and natural sciences were merged in 1915-16 to form the of Letters and Science, which is the largest single unit in the University. In 1924, Dean Monroe E. Deutsch said of this College: " Students may specialize in the social sciences, the languages, and the literatures, the sciences, the professional fields, or the arts. The College of Letters and Science hospitably shelters all — demanding of all its students, however, the same fundamental training and the same degree of specialization, as far as units can measure this. " The College has two major characteristics. The first — fundamental training — is an experience of the various types of intellectual adventure by the breadth requirement. The second — degree of specialization — is an advance in depth in a particular subject or field represented by the major requirement. During the first two years in the College the student takes courses to achieve a basis for breadth of culture and mental perspective. The New Plan was established in order to carry out these objectives. The Class of 1962 is the first class to have spent four years under this plan, taking the required units in Natural Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences along with the requirements of English and Foreign Language. While the breadth requirement provides general knowledge, the major requirement demands a more detailed knowledge in a fairly specific Under the New Plan, the distinction upper and lower division has been discarded and the student can be in his major program for his entire four years. The College of Letters and Science is essentially seeking a broadening of knowledge and a contact with various phases of life and thought combined with the achievement of a more detailed in a specific discipline. Go ds fade; but God abides and in man ' s heart Speaks with the clear, unconquerable cry Of energies and hopes that can not die. John Addington Symonds Lincoln Constance Dean College of Letters and Science The College of Letters and Science is the most popular — and the largest school on the University campus. With its numerous and many classes, it is no wonder that the typical L S student is usually confused as to the requirements and that he has to complete for his major, for graduation, and just for existence. The College of Letters and Science consists of the many people whose majors include such subjects as English, Pyschology, and Zoology. The usual dwelling places for these students are Wheeler Hall, Dwinelle Hall, the Life Science and the L S office. Between classes the central meeting spot is Dwinelle Plaza. The College of Letters and Science, in keeping with the expanding physical plant and enlarged enrollment, has tried to adapt its courses, requirements, and curricula to meet the needs of the many students in this college. Campanile Way Dwinelle Hall Letters and Science Office College of Letters and Science Seniors AARONSON BONNIE San Carlos Decorative Art Dec. Art Club, CSTA, Blue Gold Art Staff Alpha Epsilon Phi, ABRAMSON, NANCY . Salinas Psychology Honor Students ACTIS, JOYCE Bakersfield Spanish Stern ADAMS, ABBY Piedmont Humanities Field Major WAA, Panhellenic, AOC Kappa Kappa Gamma AGUILAR, TERRY Livingston Spanish Newman Club, College Women ' s Club Tower Flame Ritter AHLBURG, DOTTIE Inglewood Speech ASUC 2nd VP, Jr. Class Sec.-Treas., AWS, COB, Gavel Quill Alpha Gamma Delta AITKEN, JUDY North Hollywood English WAA, CSTA Delta Zeta ALLEGRINI, KAY Santa Cruz History Alpha Phi ALLEN, BARBARA Van Nuys English ALLEN, STEPHEN San Francisco Economics Zeta Beta Tau ALLTUCKER, DAVID Sacramento Physiology UCYC ALMAND, LOUISE Fallbrook Biological Science ALSABAH, ESA Hidd-Bahrain Is. Economics UCASO ALTHAUS, LYNN Los Altos Hills Slavic Languages Literature AWFA, Tower Flame, Honor Students Alpha Gamma Delta ALVAREZ, CLAUDIA San Gabriel Mathematics Stern AMMIRATI, MARY Castella English Kappa Phi Club, Tower Flame, Honor Students Cheney ANAWALT, SUSAN Berkeley History ANDERSON, CAROLEE Sacramento History Chi Omega ANDERSON, CAROLE S. Altadena Slavic Languages Literature AWS, WAA, YWCA, Deurscher Verein, Honor Students Alpha Chi Omega ANDERSON, PATRICIA Oakland Scandinavian Rally Comm., YWCA, CSTA, Tower Flame Delta Gamma ANDERSON, RAE Sacramento Political Science Phi Kappa Sigma ANDERSON, ROBERT San Leandro Physics Philosophy IFC, IFC Honorary, Stiles Hall, Ski Club ANDERSON, RUTH Sacramento Sociology Cheney ANDREWS, JOHN Santa Rosa Mathematics Griffiths ANGELL, BEVERLY El Sobrante Political Science APRAHAMIAN, ROBERT Los Angeles Physics ARAKAWA, HAYAO Fresno Physiology Pre-Med Society Ehrman ARLON, BARBARA Los Angeles Journalism Delta Zeta ARNOLD, PENELOPE Sacramento Decorative Art ARTHUR, EMMA LOU Upland Economics Phi Mu ASHFORD, JAMES Sanger Political Science YR, Golden Guard, Pelican, Univ. Theater, Pi Sigma Alpha, Tower Flame, Honor Students ASHTON, GARY Modesto Political Science Putnam AUMANN, VICKY Melbourne, Australia Political Science, Slavic Languages Literature WAA, Pelican model, Tower Flame AUSTIN, CARRIE Amarillo, Texas French AWFA, Delta Sigma Theta BABCOCK, JEFF Lafayette Economics Triune, Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigma Nu BACK, ROBERT Alameda Political Science BAILEY, NETA Alamo History CSTA, Pelican, Tower Flame Phi Mu BAILEY, SETH Inglewood History BAINS, BETTY Monterey English Slate, Tower Flame BAKER, BARBARA Arcadia Political Science BAKER, LINDA Saratoga English Oski Dolls, YWCA, SAE Little Sisters of Minerva Gamma Phi Beta BANDERMANN, L Dortmund, Germany Physics Newman Club BARNETT, AUGUSTA Chico Humanities Field Major Women ' s Rally Comm. Collegians, YWCA, WAA Kappa Alpha Theta BARNETT, DAVID San Mateo Economics BARRETO, CONNIE Berkeley Political Science Fr. Class Sec. Treas., Secretariat, P anile, Alpha Mu Gamma BARTON, DIANE Sacramento History Jr. Sr. Class Councils, Gavel Quill Kappa Delta In Memory of Ellen Sato BARTON, JOAN San Mateo Psychology Class Council, Ski Club, Little Sister of Minerva, Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Delta Pi BATES, BEVERLEY Watsonville History Stern BAUMGARTNER, MARY Atherton History Cal Club Kappa Kappa Gamma BRAUNACH, LAWRENCE San Francisco International Relations MUN, Drama BEAKSCHI, PETER Philadelphia, Penn, Cultural Anthropology UPB, Quarterdeck, Cal Engineer Editor, Pub. Bd. Pi Kappa Phi BEALL, BARBARA Oakland Social Science Field Major YWCA, CSTA, Deciples Student Center BECK, CLIFFORD Ukiah Psychology Cal Band BECKER, PENNY Mill Valley Political Science Women ' s J Corn, WAA, College Womens Club Stern BEIM, MARGARET Portola Valley English AOC Kappa Alpha Theta BELBEN, PHYLLIS Oakland English Oski Dolls, CSTA BELLER, CAROL Studio City History Young Democrats BENDER, JUNE Berkeley Child Development Oski Dolls, UPB, IAWS, CSTA, YWCA, Panhellenic, Pryt, B G Frosh Staff, Honor Students Alpha Chi Omega BENDER, SHERIE Oakland Child Development UPB Music, Cal Prep. Alpha Chi Omega BENNETT, CYNTHIA San Marino Card Stunts Com. Kappa Alpha Theta BENNETT, WILMA Sacramento French APC, Gamma Delta BERG, BARBARA San Francisco History Alpha Chi Omega BERRY, KATHERINE Oakland Scandanavian Languages BETTERSWORTH, JEANNE Walnut Creek Sociology YWCA Ritter BILLINGS, LINDA Hayward Political Science IRB, AWFA BISHOP, JUNE Orinda English YWCA, Class Council Gamma Phi Beta BLACKFORD, MICHAEL San Francisco Geophysics Cal Band, Newman Club, Theta Tau Tellefsen BLATCHLEY, BRENDA Truckee Economics Stern BLOOD, LOIS Durham, New Hampshire Art Ski Club BOBERG, LINDA Daily City Communications Public Policy Oski Dolls Kappa Delta BODILY, MARGARET Berkeley History Lambda Delta Sigma BOER, JAMES Pittsburg American History Young Democrats Bowles BOES, FREDERICK Oakland German BOLINGER, JANE Claremont Ar t Sr. Class Council BONNEY, LEWIS Denton, Texas Psychology Activities Com, Symp Forum Theta Chi Activities Com., Symphony Forum BONNEY, MERILYN San Mateo Journalism — Political Science Tower Flame, Theta Sigma Phi Zeta Tau Alpha BOOMER, PENNY El Cerrito Political Science Spring Sing MC Alpha Delta Pi BOOTH, NEWELL Sanger Physics Cal Band, Warerpolo, Swimming, Big " C, " Circle " C " , Lambd Delta Epsilon Bowles BOOTH, ROBERT Oakland Economics Class Council, Daily Cal, Golden Bear Lambda Chi Alpha BORAD, BRUCE Hayward History Alpha Gamma Omega BORADORI, ANN Fresno Speech Torch Shield, AOC Alpha Phi BORGSTROM, KARL El Segundo Political Science Crew, Varsity Rowing BOTTARI, TONI San Francisco History Zeta Tau Alpha BOULD, SALLY Lafayette Sociology Honor Students BOURRET, BETSY Atherton Political Science Pi Beta Phi BOWEN, CLAUDE Fort Smith, Arkansas Mathematics Cal Camp BOYES, PENELOPE Camarillo Political Science Treble Clef Davidson Paleontology display in the Earth Sciences Building BRYAN, LESLIE Bakersfield Mathematics Symp. 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Kappa Kappa Gamma BROWN, MYRA Sherman Oaks History Alpha Epsilon Phi BRUFF, BARBARA Novato Bacteriology WAA, Intramurals BRUHNS, RICHARD San Francisco Geography BRUNETTI, WARREN Albany Mathematics Megaphone, Newman Club BURPEE, LINDA Watsonville Child Development Honor Students Stern BRADY, CAROLE San Francisco Speech BRADY, MARY ANN Corvallis, Oregon French Newman Club, College Women ' s Juniors, Alpha Mu Gamma, Honor Students Cheney BRANDT, JOAN Corona Del Mar Decorative Art Cheney BRANNON, CORA Oakland Sociology BRANSTEAD, LIZ Bethesda, Md. English BRAY, NANCY Burbank History BRAZE, ELIZABETH Sacramento Spanish Honor Students Cheney BREMER, ANNE Ojai Zoology Pre-med Club, Sailing Club Kappa Kappa Gamma BRIGGS, ROD San Jose Speech Opinion Poll, Election Council, FSB, IRB, Masonic Club, Ski Club, Honor Students BRILL, CATHERINE San Francisco English Treble Clef, Mo rtar Bd., Pryt. BRITTON, KATHRYN Costa Mesa Biological Sciences Ski Club, Card Stunts, Little Sister of Minerva Delta Delta Delta BROOKS, BARBARA Anaheim History Stern BURR, ROBERT Hollywood Psychology CASE, LBAG, Psi Chi, Tower Flame, Honor Students, IFC Kappa Alpha BUSCH, WILLIAM Oakland Speech Stiles, Student Christian Council, Oresteia, Alpha Phi Omega BUTLER, KATHY Piedmont Speech Panhellenic, Oski Dolls, Pelican, Campus Activities Queen Delta Gamma BYRNE, SUE Alameda History Fr. Class Counc il, AWS, YWCA, SCTA Alpha Omicron Pi CAHILL, MARY San Bruno Anthropology Chorus, Big Little Sister Program, Newman Club, Circolo Italiano, Tower Flame Cheney CAHN, KATHLEEN San Francisco English Class Council, WAA, UCYC, WDA Elizabeth Barrett CAMPION, ELIZABETH San Francisco History Rally Comm., WAA, Torch Shield Kappa Kappa Gamma CALHOUN, BILL Orinda Communications Public Policy Parachute Club Theta Xi CARDOZO, JULINE Modesto History Sr. Class Council, Panhellenic, Angel Flight, Mortar Bd., Pryt., Panile, Tower Flame, Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Delta Pi CARP, SYLVIA San Francisco English Davidson CARR, ANN MARIE Redondo Beach Davidson CARR, CARMA El Cerrito Psychology Honor Students CATROW, ANTOINETTE Berkeley Music Education Blue Gold Pelican Tower Flame, Honor Students CAUGHRAN, JAMES Lahore, Pakistan Mathematics Putnam CAVE, JAN Valley Springs History UPB., AWS, Oski Dolls, Jr. Panhellenic, Pryt., Mortar Bd., Chancellor ' s Com. on Student Conduct, University Affairs Com. Alpha Chi Omega CEAZAN, GARY Los Angeles History Zeta Beta Tau CERAGIOLI, BARBARA Santa Cruz Physical Education WAA CERMAKIAN, JEAN Seine, France Geography Society for Armenian Studies at UC, Phi Beta Kappa CERRUTI, RICHARD Piedmont Zoology Sr. Class V.P., Jr. Class Council, M.E.B., C.O.B., Pre-Med. Society, Men ' s Rally Com. Gavel Quill Theta Xi CERTIK, ALAN Rolling Hills German Literature Cal Band, Straw Hat Band, Gamma Delta, Alpha Mu Gamma Pi Kappa Phi CHANDLER, BARBARA Berkeley Speech Treble Clef CHANDLER, STEPHEN Berkeley Physiology, Pre Med. Big " C, " Varsity Tennis, Basketball, Order of the Golden Bear, I.A. 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Smyth CLARY, BARBARA Santa Rosa French Alpha Mu Gamma COLE, NAOMI Ross History Delta Delta Delta COLEMAN, SHARON Stockton Political Science Newman Club Joaquin COLSKY, RICHARD San Francisco English Intramural Sports CONKLIN, GRACE Walnut Creek Anthropology COOK, CAROLYNNE Stockton Zoology COOPER, CAROL Los Angeles Child Development COOPER, PETER San Francisco Economics Chi Phi COPELAND, POPPY Pasadena Political Science Kappa Alpha Theta CARLETTE, NANCY Pasadena Social Welfare WAA, Student Forum, Tower Flame Kappa Kappa Gamma CORNWELL, BETTE Berkeley Social Science CORTEN, CONNIE Oakland Art Alpha Omicron Pi CARDOZA, JOSEPH Berkeley Economics Tennis, Quarterdeck Society, Newman Club Zeta Psi CARLSON, ARLEEN Ft. Bragg English Chi Omega CARLSON, NANCY Piedmont Scandinavian Rally Corn. Delta Gamma CARLSON, PENNY Los Angeles History Women ' s Rally Com. Alpha Omicron Pi CARTER, NANA Dos Palos Social Welfare Sr. Class Council, Social Welfare Undergrad. Club CARR, ANN Redondo Beach Spanish Davidson CARRUTH, PETER Fresno Biochemistry Fr. Crew, Beta Upsilon Alpha Tau Omega CARVER, JUDITH Berkeley Child Development Alpha Xi Delta CASELLI, SANDY Pebble Beach Journalism Alpha Phi CATE, PATRICIA Lake Isabella English CATHEY, ANNE Los Altos English Davidson CUMMINS, MICHAEL Sacramento History Daily Cal Consutative Board, Christian Science Deutsch Hall CUMMINS, SARAH Piedmont Art. SCTA, Tower Flame, Delta Gamma CUNNINGHAM, ARLEEN Millbrae Child Development CUTLER, CATHERINE Psychology Treble Clef, YWCA, Phi Mu DAHLMAN, KARON Richmond Social Welfare Newman Club, Social Welfare Club DAHMAN, VICTOR Sacramento Philosophy English DALTON, JAN Courtland Zoology Angel Flight Alpha Xi Delta DAVIDSON, GARBER Long Beach Political Science Rally Com., Spring Sing Bd. Y.D. Sigma Alpha Epsilon DAVIS, HELEN Oakland Child Development COSSI, TAM Gualala English SCTA Ritter Hall COSTA, LAWRENCE Monterey Park Political Science Froth Football, Varsity Boxing, Big " C, " Delta Upsilon COSTA, LYDIA Richmond Spanish Portuguese Students Assoc. COTTRELL, CYNTHIA Bridgeville Child Development Angel Flight, Alpha Lambda Delta Zeta Tau Alpha COVENEY, ROBIN Oakland Psychology Schooner Club Delta Gamma COULTAS, TERRY Ojai Speech WAA, YMCA, Tower Flame Gamma Phi Beta COUVILLON, MOLLIE Berkeley Child Development Intramural Bowling Volleyball Pi Beta Phi CRAUS, CAROLYN San Francisco French Ritter Hall CRODEN, CECELIA Visalia Child Development Newman Club CRAWFORD, BRUCE Berkeley English Phi Kappa Tau CSENAR, VICKI Balboa Island Political Science Women ' s Rally Com., Class Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Delta Pi DAVIS, JUDY Berkeley L S DEAN, CATHERINE Castro Valley History Stern Hall DEAN, MARY Orinda Political Science Oski Dolls Delta Gamma DENT, MARTI Ventura Child Development Collegians, AWS, YWCA, Alpha Omicron Pi DESSERY, DIANA Kentfield Anthropology YWCA DEVLIN, CATHERINE Sacramento Art Pi Beta Phi DIAMOND, LYNETTE Berkeley Psychology Oski Dolls, Mortar Board, Alpha Mu Gamma, Pryt. DIAMOND, RONALD Phoenix, Arizona Zoology Alpha Epsilon Pi DICKINSON, WILLIAM Redwood City Zoology Rally Games, Marching Band, Straw Hat Band, Phi Beta Kappa Tellefsen DI CRISTINA, FRANCES Reno, Nevada Philosophy DIEDRICHSEN, HAZEL-MARIE Arroyo Grande Spanish Cheney Hall The view looking west taken from the Earth Sciences Building which was completed this last fall semester for the Departments of Paleotology, Geography, and Geology. DIGIORGIO, LYNNE Bakersfield Political Science Little Sister of Minerva Elizabeth Barrett DE JOY, SHIRLEY Los Alamitos Child Development Univ. Chorus, Canter- bury, Collegians Delta Delta Delt a DE LUCA, NANCY Oakland Child Development YWCA, Masonic Club DELWICHE, ROGER San Jose Economics Phi Kappa Psi DE MARTINI, NANCY San Francisco Speech Class Council, Rally Games Com., Little Sisters of Minerva, Girl, Tower Flame Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Delta Pi DE MOTTE, BARBARA La Habra Communications Public Policy Senior Class Council, Tower Flame Alpha Delta Pi DEMPSEY, LA VERNE Rodeo Child Development Class Councils, Women ' s Day Com., Angel Flight, Tower Flame,Blue Gold Mgr. Staff Alpha Xi Delta Three Dimensional Display in Krober Hall. DIETSCHY, ELLEN Albany Journalism Theta Sigma Phi, Pi Alpha Sigma, Daily Cal Mgr., Mortar Bd., Pryt. DIMMICK, DEBORAH Ojai French WAA I. House DINKELSPIEL, SUE Kentfield Art Alpha Phi DIXON, LINDA Ferndale Zoology Intramurals, Agathon Epworth DIXON, VIRGINIA Bakersfield English DOHERTY, FRAN San Francisco Speech Class Council, Ski Club, UCYC, Tower Flame, Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Delta Pi DOMEZIO, STANLEY Napa Physical Science Deutsch DONAGHU, DENNIS Los Angeles Biochemistry Smyth DONALD, SANDRA Woodland Hills French Axe-Revue Cunningham DONALDSON, DOUGLAS San Gabriel Zoology Psi Upsilon DONALDSON, NANCY Newhall Physical Education WAA, Women ' s " C " DONLEVY, ALICE Calexico Child Development Class Council, Daily Cal, Little Sisters of Minerva Alpha Delta Pi DONOVAN, MICHAEL Vallejo Anthropology Theta Chi DOROUGH, PATRICIA Salinas Physiology Freeborn DOUGERY, JOHN San Leandro Mathematics Phi Sigma Kappa DOUGHERTY, KATHLEEN Monterey Social Science IRB, Daily Cal, Pryt., Pi Alpha Sigma Pi Beta Phi DOUTHIT, DONNA Oakland History Sigma Kappa DRATLER, LINDA Los Angeles English Collegians, Axe Review, Honor Students Freeborn DUBUY, CAROLINE San Luis Obispo Physiology WAA Epworth DUDLEY, GRACE Berkeley English UCYC, Honor Students DUGALL, JOHN Newark, Ohio Zoology Phi Kappa Psi DUNCAN, MARY Portland, Oregon Music DUNN-RUIZ, FRED Santa Cruz Mathematics Barrington DURHAM, BETTE Jamestown Freeborn EBERLY, JOHN Berkeley Economics Calvin Lodge ENGLISH, SUSAN Glendale Child Development Univ. Affairs Corn. Cunningham EPPERSON, LARRY Selma Physics Glee Club, Hiking Club, IFC Honorary Alpha Gamma Omega EPPINGER, JOSH Belvedere Communications Public Policy Daily Cal. Sports Ed. Zeta Beta Tau EPPLER, DONNA San Jose Music Kappa Phi, SCTA Cheney EDENHOLM, LYNNEA Orinda Child Development Alpha Chi Omega EDMISTON, ANN San Francisco History Women ' s Rally Comm., Pryt., Torch Shield Kappa Alpha Theta EDMONDS, BILL San Marino History Rally Comm., Track Sigma Chi EHRET, HOWARD Hayward Russian History Rally Comm., MEB, Californians, Putnam ELDEN, JAMES La Mesa Political Science Men ' s J. Comm., Sr. Class Council, IFC Honorary, Gavel Quill Zeta Beta Tau ELLISON, JIM Piedmont Speech Skull Keys, Wingec Helmet Delta Upsilor ELLWOOD, SHARON Watsonville Communications Public Soph Class Council Kappa Delta EMSLEY, JUDITH Oakland History YWCA, Panhellenic, Panile, Pryt, Mortar Bd. Gamma Phi Beta Faculty Glade is the meeting place for many students. Traditionally, the Senior Farewell address is usually held here. EPSTEIN, EVELYN San Jose French Cercle Francais, Alpha Mu Gamma, Tower Flame, Honor Students Stern Hall ERWIN, JOAN Albany Dramatic Art ESCOBOSA, ANN San Francisco French Delta Delta Delta ESREY, SALLY Lemoore English Young Republicans Joaquin EVERITT, AL Menlo Park Political Science Chi Phi FAIR, JEVENEE Oakland History WAA, YWCA Phi Mu FAIRFIELD, HEIDI Revere, Mass. English IRB, Treble Clef FALK, JEROME San Francisco Economics Drama, Varsity Debate, Daily Cal., Axe Review, Honor Students Kappa Nu FALKENBURG, BETTY LOU San Marino English Class Councils, IWAS, Panhellenic, MUN, YWCA, Big Game Princess ' 60, Little Sisters of Minerva Gamma Phi Beta FALKENSTEIN, MICKI Yuba City Psychology WDA, WAA, Honor Students FALKNER, ROBERT Concord Zoology Intramurals, Glee Club Griffiths FARBER, ED San Diego Political Science Sigma Nu FERREA,BARBARA Oakland Child Development Newman Club, SCTA Alpha Chi Omega FERRIS, ANN Palo Alto Psychology FIGONE, DENISE Albany Political Science FIRSTENBERG, BEVERLY Redwood City Zoology UCYC Stern Hall FISHER, JEAN Richmond International Relations Tower Flame, Honor Students FITZWATER, MORGAN Newport Beach Political Science Men ' s J. Com., Intramurals, Pi Sigma Alpha Bowles FLECK, IRENE West Covina Psychology Honor Students FLECKLES, CHUCK Berkeley Zoology Pre-Med. Soc., Hiking Club, Stiles, Tower Flame FLEGAL, NANCY Berkeley Social Welfare Fr. Soph Class Councils, Intramurals, YWCA Gamma Phi Beta FLETCHER, NANCY Oakland Social Welfare Class Council,Blue Gold, Assoc. Mgr., Pi Alpha Sigma Kappa Delta FLIER, MICHAEL Fresno Slavic Languages and Literature Drum Major, Marching Band, Dobro Slovo, Alpha Mu Gamma Tellefsen FLINT, NANCY Oakland English Gamma Phi Beta FORREST, SUSAN El Cerrito Art Alpha Delta Pi FORSTER, PAT Oakland Speech Pi Beta Phi FRAME, CAROLYN Los Angeles Psychology I. House I FRANK, ELLEN Calistoga Art USCA Stebbins FREDERICK, JIM Berkeley Psychology Radio-TV Theater, Student Forum, Tower Flame, Westminster House, American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science, BHA Bowles FREEBERG, CAROL Hawthorne Psychology FREED, BECKY San Francisco French Cercle Francais, Honor Students FREED, NANCY San Mateo Social Welfare Tower Flame FRENCH, BARBARA Healdsburg Economics Leadership Training Council Ritter GABA, JOELLE Long Beach Sociology Treble Clef Sr. Mgr. Stern GALE, BARTON Roseville French Glee Club, Varsity Track Ehrman GALLI, MARIAN San Francisco Communications Public Policy Card Stunts, Class Council, Angel Flight, FAMAC ' S, Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Delta Pi GALLI, SYLVIA Atherton Political Science GAREIS, KATHARINA Stockton German SCTA, Deutscher Verein GARRETTSON, TRUDY Gilroy Economics Kappa Alpha Theta GARRISON, GRETCHEN Woodside Political Science Travel Council, Affiliations Council, Deutscher Verein, A.I.E.S.E.C., Pryt. GARZON, DIONISIO Phillipines Education GELUS, KATHY Berkeley History Ski Club, Student Forum, Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Bd. Chi Omega GERDES, ANN Piedmont History GETTELMAN, MICHAEL Encino Political Science Men ' s Rally Com, Fr. Basketball, Tower Flame, Honor Students Zeta Beta Tau GIBBINS, MERLE Berkeley Political Science Oski Dolls, UPB, YR, Cal Club, Penile, Pryr., Cinnamon Soc., Mortar Bd. Gamma Phi Beta GIBSON, JOHN Hanford Mathematics GILBERT, BESSIE Walnut Creek Anthropology GIOVANAZZI, JOSEPH San Diego Political Science, Speech Soph. Jr. Class Councils, Univ. Affairs, Golden Bear Lambda Chi Alpha CROSSO, BERNICE Richmond Political Science GRUBER, RON Oakland speech Axe Revue Prod., Kappa Nu GRUNWALD, JOAN Van Nuys German Phi Sigma Sigma GUE, SANDRA Berkeley Zoology Pre-Med Soc., WAA, Newman Club, Jr. Class Council Delta Delta Delta GUERNSEY, JERE Chico Zoology Tau Kappa Epsilon GUNTHER, STEPHEN San Francisco Economics Public Affairs Bd., Axe Revue, Spring Sing, Aux. Ent. Bd. Kappa Nu GWERDER, MERRILEE Walnut Grove History Tower Flame Kappa Kappa Gamma HABEEB, FAREEDA San Francisco Child Development Collegians, WDA, P PR Cunningham HAGERTY, FARRELL Sacramento Social Welfare Alpha Phi GISKE, ROSALINN San Francisco History Gamma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Mu Gamma Cunningham GLANDER, JUDITH Sacramento Speech Oski Dolls, WAA, Ski Club Gamma Phi Beta GLESSER, JANICE Oakland Social Welfare, Child Development Campus Tours, Social Welfare Club Phi Sigma Sigma GLICK, NANCY Beverly Hills Social Welfare Axe Review, Experiment in International Living, IRB Apha Epsilon Phi GOLDBERG, GEORGE Long Beach Political Science Fr. Yell Leader, Jr. Class V.P., Head Yell Leader, Megaphone, Rally Games, Cal Club, Gavel Quill, Tower Flame Zeta Beta Tau GOLDBERG, ROBERT Los Altos Hills History Young Republicans Alpha Epsilon Pi GOLDMAN SARENA Millbrae Sociology GOMES, GIGI San Jose Social Welfare Alpha Chi Omega GOON, CLARENE Berkeley Animal Physilogy Class Council, WAA, Swimming, CSC, Collegians, CSA, NSC GOORJIAN, PETER San Francisco Physics Fr. Swimming Pi Kappa Phi GORDON, STUART Los Angeles Political Science Varsity Baseball, Big " C " Phi Gamma Delta GOSLINE, SALLY Oakland History Ski Club, Swimming Fr. Class Council Sigma Kappa GOULD, MARCIA San Francisco Art Alpha Xi Delta GRAHAM, GEORGE Yettem Mathematics Deutscher Verein, Honor Students GRAM, PATRICIA El Cerrito Child Development Newman Club, College Women ' s Club Juniors, GRANT, SUE Pasadena Physical Education WAA Sigma Kappa GRATER, BARBARA Walnut Creek Anthropology WAA GREEN, GRETCHEN Palo Alto Child Development Stern GREENDORFER, SUSAN San Francisco Physical Education WAA, Women ' s " C, " Tower Flame, Honor Students Cheney GREEN, ROSEMARY Marysville Mathematics UPB, Oski Dolls Gamma Phi Beta GREENE, VIRGINIA Los Gatos English GREGORY, KENNETH Turlock Anthropology Kroeber Anthr. Soc., Pre-Med Soc. GRIBBLE, MARY San Jose Biochemistry GRIFFIN, JACK Modesto Political Science Fr. Varsity Tennis, IFC, Skull Keys, Winged Helmet, Triune Zeta Psi HALEY, ELLEN Palo Alto Science Cal Prep, Angel Flight, Newman Club Alpha Chi Omega HAMILTON, HELEN Berkeley Spanish Daily Cal, Tower Flame, Honor Students, Pi Alpha Sigma Theta Sigma Phi HAMILTON, TOM San Marino Political Science Psi Upsilon HAMMER, NANCY San Mateo Political Science HAMMOND, JOHN El Cerrito Communications Public Policy P PR Lambda Chi Alpha HANLEY, PAT San Francisco Political Science Delta Delta Delta HANSON, LYNN San Carlos Omicron Nu HANSON, MARILYN Walnut Creek Child Development AWS, Big Game Comm., WUS Alpha Xi Delta The Joys of Zoology 113 Audubon Bird Chart HARD, MARTHA Pasadena Anthropology WAA, Women ' s " C, " Univ. Orch. HARDY, VIRGINIA Pasadena German HARLEY, LYNNE Palo Alto Anthropology WAA, YWCA, KAS. Freeborn HART, SALLY Denver, Colorado Music Gamma Phi Beta HARTLEY, CAROLYNN Vacaville Physiology Sigma Kappa HARTMAN, DONNA Los Angeles Political Science Women ' s Rally Comm., Cal Club, UAC, AWS, Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Bd., Pryt., Pi Sigma Alpha, Cinnamon Soc. Kappa Kappa Gamma HARVEY, BARBARA Monrovia Mathematics Class Councils, Honor Students Alpha Omicron Pi HAMMERMAN, JUDY Beverly Hills Child Development Collegians Phi Sigma Sigma HASSARD, ANNE Oakland Art History Women ' s Rally Com. Alpha Phi HASTINGS, BARBARA Berkeley English Oski Dolls Kappa Alpha Theta HASUND, SHIRLEY Alameda Physical Education WAA, Panhellenic, Panile Zeta Tau Alpha HATSHITA, ELIZABETH San Diego Child Development SCTA, NSC, Tower Flame Freebo rn HATCHER, JERRY Merced Psychology Orchesis Delta Sigma Phi HAUSER, GAIL San Jose Child Development Delta Phi Epsilon HAYES, JANET Mill Valley English Kappa Alpha Theta HAYES, PEGGY Kentfield Child Development Kappa Kappa Gamma HELM, FRANK Modesto Political Science YR, Skull Keys, Winged Helmet, Zeta Psi HEE, MAXINE Berkeley Mathematics HOCHFELD, KAREN Piedmont Art History SSB, Fr. Class Council, Cal Council, WAA Univ. Chorus, YR HENDERSON, MARJORIE San Leandro Education Chi Omega HENDRIX, LYNETTE Live Oak Physical Education WAA, Ski Club, Treble Clef, Phi Mu HENNING, ELAINE Sepulveda Decorative Art Pub. Bd., Blue Gold Editor Phi Mu HERBERT, JOSEPH Berkeley Anthropology Cal Band, Pre-Med Soc., Newman Club HERINGER, CAROL Courtland Psychology Kappa Kappa Gamma HERMANN, ROBERT Lafayette Physiology Tellefsen HICKMAN, JANE Mill Valley French Treble Clef, French Club HIGGS, MARY Berkeley Political Science Alpha Kappa Alpha, WFA, Orchesis HILL, JACQUELINE Los Angeles German Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Mu Gamma Davidson HIRSCHBERG, DEBBIE Salinas Sociology MUN Stern HJORVANG, SUSANNE Lafayette Spanish Intramurals, Alpha Mu Gamma, Honor Students, Phi Beta Kappa Delta Zeta HOCHFELD, KAREN Seattle, Washington Biological Field Major HOELSKEN, NANCY Oakland English Collegians HOFFMAN, DON San Francisco Sociology Bowles HOFMAN, MARGITA Palo Alto German Cheney HOHMAN, MARIE San Francisco French French Club, German Club, Newman Club Cunningham HOLCOTT, LINDA Mill Valley Political Science HOLINGER, JANE Claremont Art HOLLAND, NANCY Oakland Decorative Art WAA, UPB Alpha Chi Omega HOLLANDER, BARBARA Los Angeles English Kappa Alpha Theta HOLLANDER, ROGER Reseda Political Science Ex. Comm., Student Forum, Honor Students Sigma Phi Epsilon HOLMES, JEAN Pasadena Anthropology Canterbury Club, UC Church Council, Kroeber Society, YR, Pelican Mgr., Pub. Bd., Theta Sigma Phi, Mortar Bd., Pryt. HONG, MAXINE Stockton English CSC, NAACP, Daily Cal Cheney HORIKOSHI, NANCY Sacramento Social Welfare Treble Clef, Collegians, Wesley Foundation HORITA, HENRY Windsor Zoology HORN, STEPHEN San Francisco English, Political Science Varsity Crew, Big " C " Zeta Beta Tau HOWARD, BETHEL San Leandro Anthropology Stern HOWLETT, PENNY San Leandro Art History SCTA Alpha Delta Pi HSU, CATHERINE Hong Kong Mathematics Earth Sciences Building from Hesse Hail. HUGHES, ADELE San Marino History WAA, Women ' s " C " Kappa Kappa Gamma HUGHES, DEBORAH Richmond Mathematics Zeta Phi Beta HUGHES, JOANNE West Sacramento Spanish Sigma Delta Pi I House HUNGATE, HARRIET Davis Philosophy HUNTER, SALLY Berkeley English YWCA HUSAIN, ABDULKAFIL Iraq Economics Arab Students Assoc. IJAMS, JUDY Long Beach Pshychology INGEBRETSON, ROBERT San Leandro Physical Education Varsity Baseball ISRAEL, SUE Sacramento Decorative Art Dec. Art Club, Blue Gold JACKSON, GAIL Pleasant Hill German JACKSON, NEWTON Monterey Psychology JACOBS, NANCY Woodside History Ski Club, Oski Dolls, Pelican Alpha Phi JACOBSON, PAULINE Berkeley Psychology YWCA JAMISON, ALLAN Oakland Linguistics, Glee Club Sr. Men ' s Octette JANIN, BARBARA Palo Alto L S Sigma Kappa JAQUES, DAVID La Jolla Economics JANISCH, CATHERINE Long Beach Economics Sr. Class Council, Newman Club Zeta Tau Alpha JEFFRIES, KAREN Lafayette Art History Class Councils, Gavel Quill, Ski Club, CSTA Alpha Gamma Delta JENKINS, DONOVEN San Diego Economics IFC, YR Sigma Chi JENKINS, MARSHA San Francisco Anatomy Delta Gamma JENNINGS, LUCILLE Ontario Music Education Treble Clef Freeborn JENNINGS, SUE Berkeley History Special Projects Council, P PR, Honor Students, YWCA Sigma Kappa JENSON, MEG Pasadena Dramatic Art Women ' s J. Com., Intramurals, Women ' s Rally Com., Pryt. Kappa Kappa Gamma JOHNSON, BARBARA Bakersfield Mathematics Teaching CSTA Freeborn JOHNSON, GARY Berkeley Economics Newman Club JOHNSON, KATHLEEN Palo Alto Political Science Sr. Class Council, Intramurals, IRB Kappa Kappa Gamma JOHNSON, MICHAEL Oakland Political Economics, Student Forum, IC Council, Masonic Club, SAAT, YR, ISI JOHNSON, SHARON Bakersfield Teaching Mathematics SCTA, Honor Students Freeborn JOHNSON, STEPHEN Oakland History JOHNSON, WALTER Oakland History JONES, MARGARET El Cerrito English JUDGE, WILLIAM Orinda Political Science Golf, Circle " C, " Triune, Winged Helmet, Skull Keys KADY, JOHN Reedley Social Science Field Major KAHLE, PATRICIA San Diego Psychology KAHN, DORIS San Francisco Political Science Student J. Com., Pryt. KAJIWARA, TAKAKO Turlock Child Development KANE, CHRISTOPHER Tujunga Political Science Glee Club, Sr. Men ' s Octette, Golden Guard Theta Xi KANNELAUD, ELIN Oakland English Honor Students KAUFMAN, WALTER Encino Psychology Fr. Swimming Zeta Beta Tau KOUWAHARA, BARBARA Sacramento English YWCA, NSC Cheney KEELER, BARBARA Stockton Child Development Alpha Chi Omega I KEHDE, LINDA Oakland Child Development Collegians, YWCA KELLER, ED Sacramento History YR Phi Sigma Kappa KELLEY, ROBERT Alameda Geography KORTS, KATHLEEN Oakland Social Science Field Major YWCA, Pryt. KRIMSKY, ALICE Reseda Botany WDA, AWS, Mortar Bd., Pryt., Panile, Honor Students KRINITT, PHILIP Los Angeles Social Welfare Bowles KROBER, CAROLYN Santa Monica English Phi Mu KRUTCHKOFF, NAN San Francisco Political Science KUBASEK, JO ANN Pleasant Hill Teaching Mathematics AWS, WDA, Pryt. Ritter KURZ, THOMSON Richmond Zoology KWIATEK, LOUIS Sacramento Psychology Barrington KYRIMIS, JOHN South San Francisco Psychology Masonic Club Commonwealth Club KYSH, JUDY Berkeley Teaching Mathematics Women ' s Rally Com., AWS, Blue Gold Mortar Bd., Pryt., Honor Students Phi Mu LABOVITZ, CAROLE Sherman Oaks Child Development LACY, SUZANNE Honolulu, Hawaii Social Science Field Major YWCA, UPB Music Corn. Alpha Chi Omega LAI, GARY Honolulu, Hawaii Physics CSC, Tower Flame, Honor Students LLAGUNO, VINCENT Vallejo Zoology LAMM, EVA Los Angeles Economics Hiking Club, Travel Council, Concert Chamber Bands Epworth LAMMERMAN, PAT Napa Communications Public Policy Alpha Delta Pi LANDIS, ELLEN Sacramento Art Delta Phi Epsilon KJARSGAARD, SUSAN Berkeley Spanish Oski Dolls, Swim Club Delta Delta Delta KLUGMAN, ELIOT Albany History, Journalism Hillel, Sigma Delta Chi Anthropology exhibit of primitive in Krober Hall, the Anthropology and Art Building. KLARMAN, REGINA Oakland Italian Circolo Italiano, Masonic Club Alpha Mu Gamma KNIGHT, LARRY Barstow Zoology Phi Sigma Kappa KNUTSON, CHARLES Rancho Cordova Philosophy Glee Club, Sr. Men ' s Octette KOEHN, LOIS Berkeley Child Development Honor Students Alpha Delta Chi KOEPKE, ROBIN Sacramento Sociology Kappa Phi Joaquin KOKKA, HELEN Watsonville Zoology NSC Davidson Evening view of the Exhibition " Man " in Krober Hall near Bancroft and College. 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Chorus, WAA WALLACE, ERIC Oakland English Masonic Club WALTERS, MARY Yakima, Washington Anthropology Card Stunts, WAA Kappa Alpha Theta WEEDON, CAROL Pasadena Child Development Pelican Delta Gamma WENGER, MARILYN Berkeley Social Welfare Undergrad. Social Welfare Club WHETSEL, MARY Woodland Hills Psychology Pelican Art student in Krober Hall WHITBY, BARBARA Berkeley Mathematics Elections Council, WAA, Ski Club Sigma Kappa WHITE, LARRY Berkeley Psychology WHITE, SHARON Mill Valley Political Science Gamma Phi Beta WHITTON, DONALD San Francisco German German Club Deutsch WIBLE, JOHN La Mesa Physical Education Basketball, Baseball Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILANDER, CONSTANCE Berkeley Communications Public Policy Chi Omega WILLEFORD, RHETTA Fresno Social Welfare WAA, College Women ' s Club, Social Welfare Club Stern WILLIAMS, JERRY Pomona History Univ. 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WOOD, BARBARA San Francisco History Student Forum, Cal Prep, Angel Flight, Card Stunts Chi Omega WOOLDRIDGE, NANCY Concord History Blue Gold YAKOTA, ESTHER Berkeley Social Welfare Social Welfare Club YOUNG, CAROL El Cerrito French Sr. Class Council, French Club, Alpha Mu Gamma Zeta Tau Alpha ZAIK, JEAN Glendale History Zeta Tau Alpha ZANVILLE, MARILYN West Covina Sociology ZARCONE, PAUL San Leandro History Griffiths ZUCKER, BARBARA Van Nuys History Oski Dolls Stern ALLEN, JOYCE Omaha, Nebraska Physics Anthropology Library in Krober Hall BALLARD, RICHARD Long Beach Physics Bowles BOWEN, EDWARD Los Angeles Economics Crew, YR, Triune, Winged Helmet Zeta Psi BOYNTON, ROBERT Riverside Political Science Golf, Intramurals Trune, Delta Tau Delta CASTELLANOS, PETER Berkeley Zoology Varsity Football, Rugby Phi Gamma Delta GUARD, WILLIAM Santa Ana Political Science Sigma Chi HAMBLY, SCOTT Berkeley Spanish HARVEY, STEPHEN Bakersfield Physics Crew, Collegian s Bowles Hall HINRICHSEN, KEITH La Mesa History Gamma Delta Oxford LAUGHLIN, PHILLIP Healdsburg Mathematics Deutsch LEAHY, ALONZO San Francisco Political Science LIESER, WILLIAM Roseville Political Science Lambda Chi Alpha LIND, STEPHEN Petaluma Economics FSB, Campus Crusade, UCYC Delta Tau Delta CLAUDIUS, GORDON Arlington Physics Delta Chi COHEN, RONALD North Hollywood History Sigma Alpha Mu COPP, JOHN Millbrae Anthropology COVENY, RICHARD Los Angles History MEB, Varsity Soccer, Californians, Triune Delta Tau Delta COSGRIFF, JOHN San Francisco Zoology Lambda Delta Sigma CUMMINS, GARY Grass Valley Zoology Golf, Hockey, Judo, AAU Correspondent Sigma Phi DE CARION, DAVE Redondo Beach Physiology Kappa Delta Rho DE POLO, LARRY Redwood City Psychology Pre-Med Soc. 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History Pre-Med Soc., Axe Review, Intramurals Kappa Nu MASON, PAUL Sacramento Political Science Phi Kappa Sigma MEMEL, JUDY Los Angeles Sociology Delta Phi Epsilon MILLIGAN, TERENCE Berkeley L S Phi Gamma Delta MORDOCK, TRACY Berkeley Psychology Labor Board Delta Sigma Phi MORGAN, BILL San Jose Physics Senior Class Council, Arnold Air Society, Ski Club, Jr. IFC, Daily Cal, Tower Flame Kappa Delta Rho MORGAN, ROGER Sacramento Art Ed. Events Bd., Megaphone Deutch MORRIS, WILLIAM Marysville History Deutch OSBORN, BRUCE Oakland Economics Phi Kappa Sigma PEABODY, GERALD Berkeley Physics IFC Honorary Kappa Delta Rho PESCE, WILLIAM Berkeley Political Science Elections Council, Labor Council, Tower Flame Delta Sigma Phi PLATT, JOHN Oakland L S PRISLIN, BOB San Carlos Mathematics Senior Class Council, Phi Phi Theta Xi RIGSBEE, WILLIAM San Francisco History RUBIN, GORDON Venice Political Science Daily Cal, Pi Sigma Alpha SAILOR, WAYNE Glendale L S Crew SMITH, MICHAEL Oakland Speech Skull Keys, Winged Helmet Psi Upsilon STANLEY, WAYNE Oakland L S Schooner Club Kappa Alpha THIRKELL, EDWARD Burlingame Economics Ski Club, Sailing Club, Blue Gold Delta Tau Delta TRASK, ROBERT Belmont History TRAUTMAN, WILLIAM Berkeley Economics Alpha Phi Omega Delta Sigma Phi TRIPLETT, BILL Delano Science Theta Xi WAITHER, TERRY Fremont L S Kappa Alpha WALKER, RAY Long Beach Geography Sigma Nu WELKE, ELTON, JR. Berkeley Zoology Pelican, Triune Alpha Delta Phi WENTNER, ALAN Berkeley Economics Ski Club Psi Upsilon WEYRAUCH, MARTY San Francisco Zoology Alpha Delta Phi WHIPPLE, BRANDT San Carlos Anthropology Smyth WILDBERGER, JOSEPH Ukiah Political Science MEB, IFC, Golden Bear Phi Kappa Sigma WILKINSON, KATHY San Lorenzo L S Ritter WILLIAMS, HARVEY Vallecito Political Science Lambda Chi Alpha WONG, GEOFFREY Sacramento Political Science Californians, Cal Club, Golden Bear, APC, Univ. Affairs Deutch MOSS, DAVID Beverly Hills Political Science MOUSAST ICOSHVILLY, IGOR Rio de Janiero, Brazil Economic Geology Soccer NEWELL, JOHN Los Angeles Political Science Skull Keys, Winged Helmet, Triune Psi Upsilon NEWFARMER, JERRY San Jose History Fr. VP, Soph. Pres., Rep-at-Large, Cal Club, Californians, Gavel Quill, Golden Bear Kappa Delta Rho SCHLEEF, JOE Oroville Journalism Daily Cal, Delta Chi Alpha Chi Rho SCHMIDT, RICHARD Santa Barbara Physical Education Varsity Gymnastics, Big " C " Sigma Chi SHERMAN, DENNIS Los Angeles Economics Alpha Sigma Phi SILVEY, RICK Pleasant Hill Teaching of Mathematics Intramurals Putnam, WOOD, BYRON San Rafael Physics, Mathematics IFC Honorary Kappa Delta Rho WYNNE, DAVE Salinas English Phi Kappa Sigma YEE, BARBARA Berkeley Child Development CSTA 10 Dr. Fred Stripp of Forensics For half a century International Debate Teams have been visiting UC annually. Oxford, Cambridge, Dublin, Edinburgh have all sent their most and witty forensic representatives and UC debaters have joined them to delight audiences year after year with such challenging topics as " This House Disaproves of Modern Women, " " Plymouth Rock Should Have Landed On the Pilgrims, " and " This House Regrets the Influence of Ireland on America. " UC has long been active in the Nothern California Forensic Association and participates in its tournaments each year, bringing home its share of individual and team awards, although winning as such is not stressed in UC coaching. Three top awards have already come to the University of California debaters this spring. Perhaps our most fascinating forensic event is also the oldest uninterrupted college debate in America, the " Medaille Joffre " with Stanford as the annual opponent. The Joffre ' s 68th birthday occurs May 8th. Originated in 1895 by Baron Pierre de Courbertin to honor Sadi Carnot, martyred President of France, the, the name was changed in 1917 to honor the great French war hero, Marshall Joffre. Debate Should the influence of Ireland on the United States be Left to Right: F. Patrick O ' Connor and Louis B. D. Courtney of the University College in Dublin, Ireland, thought it should . Dr. John G. Flemming was the moderator. Elizabeth Gordon and Jerome Falk of the Debate Team disagreed at the society ' s annual International debate this spring. DEBATE TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Ann Tolchin, Elizabeth Gordon, Michelle Padams, Sue Stavert, Mike Hahn, Alex Krem. Row Two: Pete Garber, Paul Kagan, Steve Thompson, Jeff Horner, Jerome Falk, Dr. Fred Stripp, Bob Moore, Tony Scarr, Alan Morphy, Bill Struthers, Richard Uerrilli, Dick Solomon. Row Three: Vern Salvador, Ron Colburn, Ed Levine, Dave Bond, Al Lerch, Dick Kislitzin. Dick Kislitzin Debate Captain The " Medaille Joffre " medal is given each year by the Aliance Francaise of San Francisco, to the winning debater. This debate between Cal and Stanford is unique in that the six participants study a general field prior to the contest. Three hours before time the specific topic is reveal ed. It is not a team contest. Cal and Stanford debaters must appear on both the affirmative and negative side. Five distinguished judges from the community cast ballots on an individual rating basis and the winner takes the honors for his school and a medal for his own keeping. This event has been so closely contested that Stanford has 34 wins to Cal ' s 33. The UC trio of this spring is intent on evening the score. Varsity Debate is also a class, Speech 152. Two units of credit are given for each of the three semesters that one serves on the team. Tryouts are held at the beginning of each semester. University Symphony Orchestra Hertz Hall, a unique 715 seat concert hall, completed in 1958, has a stage of such breadth that it can accommodate a 200-voice chorus and a 100-piece orchestra at one time. William D. Denny University Orchestra Conductor Hertz and Morrison Halls are located on the east-south corner of campus and are the sites of many concerts by the Music Department. Completed in 1958, Hertz Hall has a unique 715 seat concert auditorium. The stage has such breadth that it can accommodate a 200 voice chorus and a 100 piece orchestra at the same time. Such was the case this year when the University Chorus and Orchestra performed Cherubini: " Overture to Anacreib " and Hayden: " Die Schopfung. " Behind a removable partition in back of the stage is housed the O ' Neill Memorial Organ, built by the renowned organmaker, Walter Holtkamp, of Cleveland. University Orchestra In the basement of Morrison Hall, a student signs for the use of a practice room. Edward B. Lawton University Chorus Director Music students present noon concerts each week during the semester. University Chorus In order to enroll in either University Chorus or Orchestra, one may take Music 44 (University Chorus) or Music 41 (University Orchestra). The Music will permit students to take these lower division courses for only two semesters, after which one may take the upper division counterparts for two additional terms. Two units are given for each semesters work. William D. Denny conducts the Orchestra while Edward B. Lawton directs the Chorus. University Chorus UniversityTheater The Blue and Gold would like to extend congratulations to these Art students who have made such an outstanding contribution to the University Theater. Due to the scheduling of performances the year, year round is required of these University Theater members. Preparation for performances includes the of scripts, the attendance of rehearsals, and the fitting of costumes. These notables were casted in such plays as " Purple Dust, " " Galileo, " The Changeling, " and " The Birds. " David Vilner Federzine in " Galileo " Jim Tripp Poet in " The Birds " Cardinal Barberini in ' ' Galileo ' ' Tondi Cummings Souhaun in " Purple Dust " Steve Fowler Little Monk in " Galileo " Lexy Storm Isabella in " The Changeling " Edgar Schell Pisthetairos in ' ' The Birds " 2nd Workman in " Purple Dust " Stacy Keach De Flores in " The Changeling " Cardinal Inquisitor in " Galileo " Cyril Poges in " Purple Dust " NOT PICTURED David Keyte Lollio in " The Changeling " Cardinal Bellarmin in " Galileo " 1st Workman in " Purple Dust " June Lewin Beatrice-Joanna in " The Changeling " Hank Olguin Delinguint in " The Birds " Antonio in ' ' The Changeling " Abdrea Sarti in " Galileo " Bertram Schwareschild Galileo in " Galileo " The Department of Dramatic Art and the Committee for Arts and Lectures present Cuchulain a cycle of plays by william Butler yeats March 8, 9, 10; 15, 16, 17, 1962 Wheeler Auditorium 8:15 p.m. University of California Berkeley Campus A University Theater Production The Department of Dramatic Art and the Committee for Arts and Lectures present A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry December 7, 8, 9 and 13, 14, 15, 1961 Wheeler Auditorium University of California, Berkeley A University Theater Production The Department of Dramatic Art and the Committee for Arts and Lectures present The Changeling a tragedy by Thomas Middleton William Rowley November 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 1961 8:15 p.m. Wheeler Auditorium University of California, Berkeley Campus A University Theater Production The Department of Dramatic Art and the Committee for Arts and Lectures present Aristophanes ' the birds Translated by William Arrowsmith with music by George Perle Directed by Robert Goldsby Choreography by Joanna Gewertz Lighting by James Jewell Conducted by Robert Commanda Costumes by Shan Slattery Settings and Masks by John Dreier September 28, 29, 30, 1961 The Hearest Greek Theatre THALIAN SOCIETY — Left to Right, Row One: Susan Rawlins, Tondi Cummings, Lexy Storm. Row Two: Phyllis Lockwood, Dana Anderson, Donna Fowler. Absent: Julie Henderson, Ruth Silveira. Thalian Society Thalian Society, an honorary organization for women in dramatic art, acts as the sponsor of a dramatic workshop which produces programs of stu dent performed and student directed one-act plays. Often these plays are student written. Each week in the Studio Theater, one can see the members of Thalian preparing for the various afternoon shows. In addition to this workshop, this year, Thalian Society presented one full-length production. This full-length play was a part of the Arts and Architecture Festival which occur red in the spring semester. Discussion period occurs after each weekly production presented by Thalian Society in the Studio Theater. " Grandma! Daddy hit her! " A scene from " Fumed Oak. " One of the first Thalian programs of the year. Susan Levin, Dyanne Asimow, Howard Kerr, and Dana Harvey appeared in Noel Coward ' s " Fumed Oak. " Director Susan Rawlins rehearsing " Lord Byron ' s Love Letter. " Stacy Keach as De Flores: I ' ll please myself with sight of her — But if to spite her anger; I know she had rather see me dead than living... In the madhouse. Franciscus: " Ddist thou never hear of one Tiresias, a famous poet? . . . I am the man. " Antonio pleads his newly discovered love to a pleasantly surprised Isabella. The Changeling " The Changeling, " a 17th century play which resembles a modern existentialist drama, was presented early in November. The story is primarily concerned with two women who face strong sexual temptations in different, although similar, situations. One, a noblewoman, is progressively corrupted, led on by her own passionate nature, while the other, the wife of a doctor in a madhouse, maintains a strong moral reserve. The scene of the play shifts between the Spanish castle and the madhouse, where inmates are kept in line by the keeper ' s whip. The production was directed by William Oliver and starred Stacey Keach, June Lewin, David Keyte, Phil Young, and Lexy Storm. " An host of enemies enter ' d my citadel could not amaze like this: Joanna! Beatrice-Joannal " Vermandero and his daughter — Joanna with Alsemero. Mama: " Son — Is it gone — all of it? Beneatha ' s money, too? " Walter Lee: " Mama — I never — went to the bank at all - " Walter Lee (Maurice Dawson) tells Mama (Pustitia Davis) of his frustrations and his dream of being somebody and something. Raisin in the Sun " A Raisin in the Sun, " which won the New York Drama Critics Award for the best play of 1959, is a drama about contemporary Negro life. Playwright Lorraine Hansberry found the title for the play in the poem, " Montage of a Dream Deferred, " which heads in part: " What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up Like a raisin in the sun? " The play reduces the tensions of the Negro race to the microcosm of one family in a poor section of Chicago. Presented in December, it was directed by Jarka Burian and starred Justitia Davis, Maurice Dawson, Theodora Davis, and Barbara Powell. " Travis! Is them the right amount of zeros? " " Now I don ' t have to use my knives and forks any more. " On Baile ' s strand — Conchubar: " I need your m ight of hand and burning heart, and you my wisdom. " On Baile ' s Strand — Thomas Hanley as Cuchulain stands ready to defy his king. The only jealousy of Elmer The Woman of Sidhe. Chuchulain The University Theater ' s production of " Chuchulian " was a presentation of an Irish folk myth. Written by William Butler Yeats over a period of 35 years, " Cuchulian " is a cycle of five one-act plays based on a legendary demigod who performed marvelous feats of strength and heroism. Born of a mortal mother and a mayfly, Cuchulain performed heroic deeds and was caught between the divine and human forces in his nature. The play starred Ronna Jurow and Tom Hanley. George Marchi directed the show. At the Hawk ' s well — Old Man: " And are there not before your eyes at the instant grey boulders and a soutary girl and three striped Hazels? " The death of Cuchulain — Forest Telfer as the Old Irishman Mask and Dagger Founded at the University in 1905, the Mask and Daggar Society is an honorary organization composed of the participants in University Theater who are selected on the basis of their acting achievement. Its purpose is to further the Dramatic Arts program on the Berkeley campus. The annual Mask and Dagger Revue is the organization ' s chief presentation. The revue this year, " C ' est La Vie, " was written and directed by Stacy Keach. In " C ' est La Vie " the stars, Stacy Keach, June Lewin, Hank Olguin and Bob Zagone, had the rare chance of playing themselves and expressing their own spirits. The show included several ballads titled " Terribly Cool " and " We ' re off the Downbeat. " MASK AND DAGGER — Left to Right, Row One: Donna Fowler, Ruth Silveria, June Lewin, Dana Andersen, Julie Henderson, Lexy Storm, Joan Payne. Row Two: David Keyte, Hank Olguin, Bob Zagon, David Vilner, Phil Young, Brad Shearer, Art Ginsburg, Stacy Keach. ALPHA MU GAMMA — Left to Right, Row One: Genevieve Pella, Anita Niederhoff, Dorothy Jones, Monica Hashimoto, Sherry Lindbergh, Rochelle Tepper, Carolyn Pecoraro. Row Two: D. M. Beekman, Eva Einstein, Sonja Giles, Julie Scott, Zaza Bregman, Claine Fujita, Nathalie Nazaroff, Sally Garey, Nancy Garey, Nancy Lestrade, Nancy Carpenter, Lorraine McLean, Jeanne Frommburger, Manuel Gonsalves. Row Three: Paul Phillips, Barbara Albertini, Brenne Lantow, Karen Lassen, Evelyn Epstein, Miriam Lewinsky, Carol Lewis, Gary Rouefson, Thomas Glasgow, Linda Kahan, Rosalinn Giske, Marilyn Cook, Sharon McElroy, Evelyn Kelly, Judith Merkie, Carol Young, Anna Aldano, Regina Klarman, Sue Barrett. Alpha Mu Gamma Alpha Mu Gamma, Omicron Chapter, is a member of the National Foreign Language Honor Society. It offers recognition to students for their achievements in the study of foreign languages. Utilizing the rich resource of foreign languages, activities are planned to foster the appreciation and understanding of other peoples and their culture. Theta Sigma Phi is the national honorary fraternity for women in journalism. Junior and Senior women with an over-all 2.5 and a 3.00 in journalism or outstanding women in publications are eligible. Its purpose is to provide further interest in journalism by sponsoring a program of professional representing the various fields of their profession. Theta Sigma Phi THETA SIGMA PHI — Left to Right, Row One: Rose Anizoba, Ellen Dietschy, Merilyn Bonney, Grace Corse. Row Two: Linda King, Miria Ciranna, Elaine Kenton, Kathleen Fry, Marcia Iriarte, Gail Feurzeig. Bye Bye Bacon A deep hole now stands where proud and aristocratic Bacon Hall once stood. As all works of man must, Bacon has perished to make way for progress. Soon a new addition to Le Conte will be built to take its place alongside Sather Tower. Bacon was dedicated in 1881 as the Bacon Art and Library Building and for many years served as the main library of the University. In subsequent years it has had many functions; most recently it served as the home of the Department of Geology. The old brick building and the mementos it contained will long be remembered by Californians. The profession of optometry, devoted exclusively to the care of vision, is a vigorous and growing one. Though its roots are to be found in ancient knowledge, it has been only in relatively modern times that our civilization has created such a need for good vision. The curriculum for the school originated within the Department of Physics in 1923 and it was not until 1941 that a separate School of Optometry was established. The total program of study is now five years in length with the degree of Master of Optometry being granted at the end of the fifth academic year. The theoretical training for this degree begins the pre-optometry years when the student is taking instruction in the fields of fundamental physical and biological sciences. In the School of Optometry the special emphasis of this theoretical training is on the functioning of the eyes and their associated neuromuscular system. Applied training is done in the Optometry Clinic in which the student has a chance to do practical work under the supervision of his instructors. There are seven of these clinics for the use of the students. Perhaps the one of greatest general is the contact lens clinic. Since the clinics are teaching units, contact lenses can be had for $125, which is the cost of the materials used. Lenses are limited to 125 patients due to the hour s required for fitting and adjusting. All clinical work done by the optometry students is completely re-checked by the instructors. The facilities of the School of Optometry serve the three-fold purpose of teaching, research, and public service, all based on the science of vision care. It is " lighter " than you think. In this light, let us not look back in anger, or forward in fear, but around in awareness. James Thurber School of Optometry Meredith W. Morgan Dean Optometry student supervises the removal of contact lenses. In one of the optometry clinics, the slit lamp examines the cornea and the lens of the eye. The School of Optometry, with its own building across from Cowell Hospital, is noted by students for its clinic. So popular are these clinics that it is necessary to wait, sometimes as long as a month, to make an appointment. The Optometry students learn to examine eyes, dispense glasses, and fit contact lenses in their classes; they practice their newly learned trade on the unsuspecting public. and Senior students work in the clinics one complete day during the class week, and each class has all its members together throughout the yearly curricula. Every student joins the University of California Optemetric Association which has both social and educational Those students who inspect your eyes will get paid for it soon, and though they live isolated lives in their own major, hardly ever seeing anyone outside their own they ' re looking toward a busy future. OPTOMETRY GRADUATE STUDENTS — Left to Right, Row One: Ronald Brandvein, Frank Choa, Eugene Lee, Gilbert Darios, Bennie Muramoto, Allan Shapiro. Row Two: Frederic Jacobs, Lawrence Stern, Howard Rose, Marvin Smotrich, Manuel Lopez. Row Three: Jim Keller, Ignac Rosenberg, Richard Solis, Joseph Hirsch, Charles Hammer, Dr. Alan Robertson. Optometry classes OPTOMETRY SENIORS — Left to Right, Row One: Peter Krupocki, Lorance Harwood, Gerald Rowley, Willie Kelley, Frank Howell. Row Two: Roger Beals, Clifford Peterson, Dan Sanders, Steve Bates, Robert Greenwood. OPTOMETRY JUNIORS — Left to Right, Row One: Joyce Fong, Kazuko Kikuchi, Fereshteh Dauesh, Adi Lelinwalla, Keiko Takahashi, William Tonsall, Gary Oda. Row Two: Richard Edge, Douglas Len Shenkin, Dick Beck, Jerry Mich Kono, Ralph Lorenz. Row Three: Claude Rudd, Mike Jauregui, Pat Rowan, Ted Finkler, Don Sample, Francis Tomosawa, Ray Gottlieb. Row Four: Jeffrey Braff, George Symes, Jeff Keller, Mike Hayward, Eugene Tsujimoto, Stadt. The Pelican has described the Freshman Lab as a place where " students are on the very frontier of sixteenth century knowledge, using equipment appropriate to that time. " Proposed plans for new construction for the of Chemistry presently include the demolition of the Freshman Chemistry Building in various stages along with other buildings such as the old wooden Radiation Laboratory. Unit I of the new structure, named for the late Wendell M. Latimer, dean of the College of Chemistry from 1941 to 1947, is now under and will be completed in July of this year. This will house undergraduate laboratories, a lecture hall for 250 and also graduate and faculty research laboratories, administrative offices and shops. While Unit I will consist of ten stories, Unit II will have only two and be a partially structure containing additional shops and laboratories. The third unit will be the Physical Sciences Lecture Hall which will have a large amphitheater and equipment for closed circuit television. These new structures will provide and up-to-date laboratory and lecture for students and faculty. The already Lewis Hall, Gilman Hall and the Low Laboratory will be retained and the new buildings will be so related to them as to create a well-planned and integrated campus within a campus for the College of Chemistry. Thus times do shift, each thing his turn does hold; New things succeed, as former things grow old. Robert Herrick Low Temperature Laboratory and Latimer Hall Robert E. Connick Dean Chem 1A Lab College of Chemistry The College of Chemistry, one of the more technical and specialized colleges, is housed in several buildings on the Northeast section of campus. Lewis Hall, one of the oldest buildings on campus, along with Gilman Hall, the Low-Temperature Laboratory and the Freshman Chem Lab comprise the layout within which and Chemical Engineering students work. A whole new complex of buildings is now in construction for the use of the of Chemistry. Chemistry, a well-established science, is a basic requirement for many fields outside the school itself. Pre-med, dental, and dental hygiene, nutrition and nursing majors all must have at least Chemistry 1A as a foundation for their own fields of study. The College of Chemistry on this campus upholds the high traditions inherent in the scientific field. Lewis Hall AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS — Left to Right, Row One: Gordon Seid, Reynold Ericksen, David Miller, Robert McCarthy, Richard Hallford, Ronald Netz, Seymour Cherney. Row Two: Richard Bonneau, Martin Lee, Terry Galloway, John Hargreaves, Russ Davis, Richard Mikesell, Ray Amslinger, William. Mariarty, James Coleman. Row Three: Bill Lee, Randall Robinson, Dennis Dale, Gary Davis, Eugene Alsandor, Edward Larson. Row Four: Alan Foss, Tucker Coughlen, George Sturdevant, John Dietzman, Paul Testerman, Dennis Becker. A I.Ch.E. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is the society for the chemical engineering students. Similar to the other engineering societies, its purposes are to stimulate a faculty-student relationship and to present a program of speakers and field trips that relate to the chemical field. ANDERSON, PAUL Richmond Chemistry Photo Club, Collegians, Glee Club, The Birds, Tower Flame, Honor Students Deutsch BERK, RUTH San Lorenzo Chemistry Mitchell BURLEIGH, MALCOLM Berkeley Chemistry CARLSON, WILLIAM Santa Rosa Chemistry SAACS, Collegians COLEMAN, JAMES Albany Chemical Engineering AIChE COVEY, WILLIAM Sacramento Chemistry Orch. CRAIG, TED Sacramento Chemistry Leadership Training, SAACS, Univ. Affairs, Honor Students Deutsch DAVIDSON, ARTHUR San Mateo Chemistry SAACS S.A.A.C.S. The members of S.A.A.C.S. are students in either Chemistry or Chemical Their main activities rest in lectures given by prominent scientists and in discussing subjects of general DELWICHE, DAVID San Jose Chemical Engineering Golden Guard Putnam DODSON, GLORIA Chino Chemistry SAACS DOLBEAR, GEOFFREY Berkeley Chemistry SAACS DONAGHU, DENNIS Los Angeles Chemistry Intramurals Smyth S.A.A.C.S. — Left to Right, Row One: John Fackler, Dick Schneider, Lou Manrique, Art Davidson, Gloria Dodson, Barbara Hardin, Carol Petterson, Jeng Tang, Nakashimi Masato, Dr. Donald S. Noyce. Row Two: George Nolfi, Fred Sonnenberg, Bill Miller, Baxter Snillie, Louis Scerbo, Vic Wroobell, Steven Pulver, John Rapp. GALLOWAY, TERRY San Leandro Chemical Engineering AIChE, Tower Flame GUTMAN, ARNOLD San Francisco Chemistry UCYC Ehrman HALLFORD, RICHARD Porterville Chemical Engineering AIChE Bowles HARGREAVES, JOHN Long Beach Chemical Engineering AIChE Bowles HEDDEN, KENNETH Los Altos Chemistry Alpha Chi Epsilon HOBBIE, JOHN Oakland Geo. Chemistry Cal Band, Strawhat Band, Golden Bead, Arnold Air Phi Eta Sigma KAWAOKA, KENJI Arroyo Grande Chemistry SAACS, Judo Club Alpha Chi Sigma KAZDIN, FRANCES Los Angeles Chemistry KUTNIK, LEONARD Oakland Chemistry Elections Council, Basketball Mgr., Alpha Phi Omega, Californians, Tower Flame, Honor Students KWAN-YUE, MITIZI Hong Kong Chemistry LARSON, EDWARD Auburn Chemistry Griffiths LEE, BILLY San Mateo Chemical Engineering LEE, MARTIN Hong Kong Chemical Engineering AIChE MARTIN, W. Long Beach Chemical Engineering AIChE, YD Griffiths MANRIQUE, LOUIS San Francisco Chemistry USCA, SAACS Barrington McCARTHY, ROBERT Long Beach Chemical Engineering AIChE MILLER, DAVID Long Beach Chemical Engineering AIChE, Tau Beta Pi MITCHELL, WILLIAM Garden Grove Chemical Engineering Tau Beta Pi NOLFI, GEORGE No. Hollywood Chemistry SAACS, Golden Bear, Tower Flame, Honor Students PARADIS, WILLIAM San Juan Bautista Chemical Engineering AIChE Sigma Phi Epsilon PARR, CHRISTOPHER Oakland Chemistry Tower Flame, Honor Students PESCHEL, GARY Sacramento Chemistry SAACS, Omega Alpha Kappa POHLMAN, ANDREW Oakland Chemistry SCHERNIG, FRED San Francisco Chemistry SCHNEIDER, RICHARD Los Angeles Chemistry SAACS Pi Lambda Phi SEID, GORDON Los Angeles Chemical Engineering ASChE SMITH, DONALD Apple Valley Chemistry Cal Band Bowles SMITH, GREG Idaho Falls, Idaho Physical Chemistry Arnold Air Alpha Chi Rho SONNENBERG, FRED Oakland Chemistry Hiking Club, Folk Dance Club, Hillel STRAND, JOHN Walnut Creek Chemistry TANG, JENG San Francisco Chemistry SAACS, Honor Students, Iota Sigma Pi THELEN, ANTONI San Diego Chemistry NROTC, Tower Flame Honor Students TSENG, EDISON San Francisco Chemistry WEIS, BERTHOLD San Francisco Chemistry WESTMORE, WILLIAM Berkeley Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma YAN, CHERRY Salinas Chemistry BAGAUS, HARLAN Sherman Oaks Chemistry Ad. Policy Californians, JIFC, SAACS, Arnold Air, Newman Club Alpha Chi Sigma CHENGSON, JOHN Berkeley Chemical Engineering GLAU, THOMAS San Ardo Chemistry Bowles LONG, JAMES Berkeley Chemistry SAACS, Judo Club Alpha Chi Sigma MOON, RONALD Colma Chemical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau MORIARTY, WILLIAM Albany Chemical Engineering AIChE, SAACS, Arnold Air Alpha Chi Sigma RABINOVICH, DAVID Medellin, Columbia Chemical Engineering Flying Club Alpha Chi Sigma ROBINSON, RANDALL Berkeley Chemical Engineering AIChE, Golden Guard Delta Sigma Phi STROH, ROBERT Lodi Chemistry AIChE Alpha Chi Sigma The New Chemistry Buildings Galey Road. Lewis Hall. Court. View from the Northest of Campus. Proposed Physical Science Lecture Hall. GilMan Hall. View of the College of Chemistry from Hearst Mining Circle. South Drive. " We have tried to make our building so that its main structure shall be, as far as possible, a mere shell whose interior portions may be torn out, rebuilt, if necessary, without affecting the strength or aspect of the whole ... " More than fifty years ago, John Galen Howard dedicated the Hearst Mining Building with these words. Designed by Mr. Howard, the building was a gift of Phoebe Apperson Hearst in memory of her husband, George Hearst. During the years the former emphasis on practical application of knowledge has become emphasis upon scientific method in engineering. As Howard the interior portions of the building have been adjusted and rebuilt, even to filling in the great interior court which the building originally enclosed. The need for classrooms and office space was the reason for the conversion of the immense laboratories. The heating plans of half a century ago called for dozens of fireplaces which since have been sealed off, leaving only a row of chimneys as a reminder of the past. The scope of instruction that is offered and the research work are only two of the changes in the activities of the building. Hearst Mining Building is just one of the connected with the College of Engineering, but the constant change that has occured within this department is indicative of the trend in the entire College. Other courses of study offered in this College include civil, electrical, industrial, mechanical, naval, and nuclear engineering. .... The very bird grown taller as he sings, steels his form straight up. Though he is captive, his mighty singing says, satisfaction is a lowly thing, how pure a thing is joy. This is mortality, This is eternity. Marianne Moore Miss Gilkey College of Engineering John R. Whinnery Dean With the exception of hard-working engineers armed with brief cases, and with slide rules sheathed in arm holsters, many Cal students are unfamiliar with the scenes of the northeastern end of campus. Here, one will find the highly ranked College of Engineering which an excellent program for its students. There are many departments included in the College of Engineering, which are also highly ranked nationally and which offer an excellent theoretical curriculum. Each through its respective student society, presents a variety of field trips which give the student an opportunity to see the practical application of the theories he has studied. Since engineering is such a rapidly changing field with new developments occuring each year, it is the aim of the University to provide a broad theoretical background so that the student will be able to adapt himself to the changing conditions. Mechanical Engineering Laboratory 131A-131B. Students investigate and analyze the transient and steady-state behavior of mechanical engineering systems and their thermal and dynamic processes. Samuel A. Schaaf Chairman Mechanical Mechanical engineering is essentially the art and science of generating power and putting it to use. It includes the development, operation, and maintenance of all types of machines; the designing of power plants and factories, and the selection and installation of their equipment; the development of systems of operation, and the organization and administration of plants and industries. The career of the mechanical engineer often embraces the field of sales where the mechanical engineer specifies, recommends, and sells the proper type of machinery best suited to a particular purpose. To prepare for this broad field of engineering, the mechanical engineer must acquire a thorough knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry, manufacturing processes, properties of materials, and economics. Through the application of these basic subjects mechanical engineers are employed in industries such as air conditioning, aeronautics, missiles, space vehicles, nuclear engineering, and in industrial and testing. The program of study in mechanical engineering includes basic subjects common to all training, fundamental subjects important to engineers, and a few specialized subjects in certain well-established fields. Engineering Court Mechanics Building Pi Tau Sigma Pi Tau Sigma is the National Engineering Honor Society. Membership is limited to Mechanical Engineering Seniors who are in the highest 33 per cent and Juniors who are in the highest 25 per cent of their class in respect to scholarship. To create a congenial atmosphere between the faculty and the students is the purpose of this society. The purpose of ASME is to promote the advancement and dissemination of of the theory and practice of the field of mechanical engineering. include technical meetings, field trips, and the annual picnic. Membership in this society is open to any student in good standing and enrolled in any branch of engineering. Both undergraduate and graduate students are included in this society. PI TAU SIGMA — Left to Right, Row One: James Mullen, Steven Hannon, Richard Chogyoji, Peter Burnell, Henry Moody, Keith Peterman, Robert McHale. Row Two: D. Crawford, T. Shigemoto, J. Hohenshelt, M. F. E. Dillenius, W. Fingerson, Homer Adams, R. Hibbard. Row Three: H. W. Iversen, A. J. Gorman, T. H. Wilson, P. M. Condit, R. C. Jacnzzi, Dave Enrici. Row Four: Alan Chan, Richard Haddock, Barnett Bubar, Russ Duckering, Gordon Anderson. Row Five: Elwood Anderson, Stanley Hurd, David Selway, Charles Landram, John Phillips. A.S.M.E. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS — Left to Right, Row One: R. M. McHale, H. M. Sung, Roger Smith, Gerald Weisberg, Martin Majestic, Dale Harden, Steven Hannon, Gordon Ritchie, Kenneth Ikeda, Nick Bevilacqua, Jack Lewis, Michael Winter. Row Two: Theodore Kishimori, Sherman May, Raymond Wille, Theodore Wilson, Gary Mull, J. A. Carlson, Ray Owens, Wayne Richard Cutler. Row Three: Gary Dix, Tatsuya Hikido, Ray Seager, Henry Moody, Keith Peterman, Donald Crawford, Barnett Bubar, Remo Jacuzzi. Row Four: Yukio Oida, John Liu, Lawrence Jew, Alfred Gorman, Abraham Takasugi, Doug McClelland, Walter Abe, F. S. Sherman, Faculty Advisor. Row Five: David Leppaluoto, Marnix Dillenius, Ralph Moir, Bruce Christensen, Charles Landram, Alan Hirasuna, Elwood Anderson, Gerald Yeazell, James Mullen, Lawre nce Ritterband, Komkee Leung, Ken Pine. Howard D. Eherhart Chairman Civil Engineering Civil engineering is concerned with the planning, design, and of systems of facilities and the physical plant related to public and private works. Examples include structures such as buildings, bridges, and dams, and systems of facilities such as transportation systems and water supply systems. The field of civil engineering the following major area of professional specialization: foundation, hydraulic, sanitary, structural, transportation and water resources engineering. The prediction of performance and and cost is an important aspect of the planning and design of civil engineering works. Structural engineering is concerned with the design of buildings and bridges, as well as other types of structures needed for public works. The planning, design, construction, and operation of transportation facilities such as highways and airports is the area of transportation engineering. Hydraulic engineering deals with the problems of water control while sanitary engineering is concerned with the wide variety of problems involved in the engineering control of man ' s environment. The general objective of the study program is to provide an educational background for those who desire to pursue civil engineering as a profession in its broad aspects, or who desire to engage in research and teaching activities related to this field. Engineering materials laboratory where the tensil tester comprises four stories. Students receive their first introduction to the application of the transit in Engineering 10. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS — Left to Right, Row One: Charles Weidmer, Bruce Pewitt, Gary Kalian, P. V. Gerasimenko, Abdul Salamsolh, Michael Leite, Aris Aghazarian, Robert Harris, Louise Lew, John Lowe, Nick Bevilacqua, Salomon Vexler. Row Two: Jack Call, Bruce Balala, David Quong, Edward Franzen, Robert Litton, James Woodman, Robert Sadler, Severo esquivel, Herman Muller, Danny Tow, Colin McGlibery, Alexander Fattaleh, Tenny Lam, Earl Ellis. Row Three: Dennis Kwan, Bob Smith, Carl Drennan, Ralph Wong, Bob Ed Fitzgerald, Ed Cole, Ken Johnson, Jim Adams, Robert Guth, Walter Laabs, Larry Selna, Bill Gates, Harold Prescott. ASCE, ASCE is the junior chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. They hold technical me etings on various engineering subjects. Chi Epsilon is a national civil engineering honor fraternity with membership based on scholastic achievement. To help the student develope the fundamental characteristics for a successful pursuit of an engineering career is the goal of this fraternity. Chi Episilon CHI EPSILON — Left to Right, Row One: Bob Smith, Bruce Balala, Peter Gerasimenko, David Quong, Robert Dunham, Lew Louise. Row Two: Gardner Baldwin, Reyes Barraza, William Gates, Danny Tow, Tenny Lam, Earl Gardner, George Jardim. Row Three: Sydney Robert Chapman, Robert Sadler, Earl Ellis, Charles Weidmer. Among its many fields, electrical engineering includes the major divisions of electrical control, illumination, information theory, computers, and powers or energy conversion. Each division in turn embraces a wide group of Communications, for example, includes the transmission of information in many forms through the use of telephone, telegraph, radio, television, and radar systems. Also, communication engineers work with low- and high-frequency of electric circuits, with electronic devices, and with distribution and radiation systems such as transmission lines and antennas. Many electrical engineers also work in specialized activities such as the design of digital computers or of systems for the control of aircraft or guided missiles. All of these extremely varied and rapidly expanding activities have common foundations based on a thorough of electric circuits, electronic devices, electric machinery, and electric fields and waves. Fundamental also is the theory of information, the theory of energy conversion, and the theory of control systems. The electrical engineering curriculum, therefore, is primarily devoted to the study of these subjects, with illus- trations and applications from electrical engineering practice and with supporting material from other fields of engineering and science. " The reason that I called this meeting... " Electrical Engineering Robert M. Saunders Chairman Eta Kappa Nu Eta Kappa Nu is an electrical engineering honor society. Its activities include the induction of eligible a banquet, social functions, and technical talks. Membership is limited to upper division electrical students with outstanding scholastic records. ETA KAPP NU — Left to Right, Row One: Prof. G. L. Turin, Faculty Walter Thomas, Robert McGinnis, Brent Miller, Richard Paoli, J. Kiker, Allen Foster. Row Two: John Reed, Michael Canon, James Gaskill, Jafilam dela Cruz, Paul Smith, Eric Ha. Row Three: John Maxwell, Dennis Slaughter, Kenneih Snow. Row Four: James Fujioka, John King, Theodore Kamins, Donald McCown, Richard Iwasaki, Jack Frost. Row Five: Joel Smith, Dennis Eriksen, Jerald Swartz, Gary Giddings, Charles Rulofson. Row Six: Whalun Szeto, Albert Ozias. Interior of Hearst Mining Building, the first building completed by John Galen Howard. Ralph R. Hultgren Chairman Mining Engineering Mining in its broadest sense is that branch of human endeavor devoted to the and extraction of mineral substances from the earth. The modern concept is slightly more limited in scope; it does not, for example include the production of petroleum and natural gas, or the treatment of the crude ore by milling and ore dressing. It should be noted, however, that the production of petroleum from oil shale will involve mining on a very large scale, and that we eventually will have to depend on such shales for our oil. No field of engineering is more fundamental to our industrial civilization than mining. Each year we use more and more minerals. The activities of mining fall logically into two fields: prospecting and exploration for deposits of minerals, and the development and production of deposits thus The fields overlap, and the mining engineer needs training in both. For that reason, the mining curriculum provides a broad basic background to prepare students for work in any part of the industry. All phases of mining engineering are displayed on the ground floor of the Hearst Mining Building. Industrial Engineering Richard W. Shepard Chairman Industrial engineering is concerned with the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems between men, materials, and equipment. It draws upon specialized knowledge and skill in the mathematical, physical, and social sciences together with the and methods of engineering analysis and design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems. It covers the engineering aspects of plant location, plant layout, tooling, production planning and control, maintenance, stores, inspection, cost control, production standards, and wage In our highly industrialized society, there is a great for men who have not only a thorough training in the of engineering, but also a knowledge of the problems of accounting, finance, statistics, management, and the social science which every enterprise encounters. The objective of the curriculum in industrial engineering is to add a basic knowledge of economics, finance, and management to the technical knowledge and spirit that come from the study of engineering. AIIE annual barbecue picnic. AIIE members plan the agenda in their headquarters. ALPHA PI MU and AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS — Left to Right, Row One: Geraldine Otis, Joseph Hulboy, Norman Simoes, Bernard Berman, Paul Ne bel, Jerry Gunnarson. Row Two: Tom Dunlap, Lawrence Brown, John Flohr, Dave Garrett, Marshall McComb, Tom Spencer, Jay Verkozen. Row Three: Walter Kane, Brian Thompson, Robert Young, Ted Larusson, James MacGregor, Steve Pinney, G. Wacker. AIIE - APM Alpha Pi Mu ' s purpose is to confer recognition upon the student of industrial engineering who has shown exceptional academic interests and in his field. Activities include dinners, and fellowship, The membership includes Juniors, Seniors, and Graduates who have a average of 2.75. The purpose of AIIE is the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in theory and practice of indutstrial engineering; the presentation of a proper perspective of engineering work; the to become acquainted with the personal and activities of the American Institute of Engineers, as well as to promote a conscience and fellowship. E.J.C. Engineers ' Joint Council is composed of from the twelve engineering societies at U.C. The council is primarily a coordinating body which meets to discuss problems affecting students. An orientation program for new engineering students is sponsored by the council each semester. ENGINEERS ' JOINT COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Walter Stolte, Joseph Hulboy, Prof. David K. Todd, Faculty Advisor. Row Two: Jim Gorman, Peter Gerasimenko, Mike McHale, Jerry Gunnarson. Row Three: Dennis Dale, Marshall McComb, Barnett Bubar. Row Four: C. Kalian, Robert McGinnis, John King. Row Five: Jay Verkozen, Pete Burnell, James Coleman. Tau Beta Pi TAU BETA PI — Left to Right, Row One: Joel Smith, Walter Thomas, John King, Elwood Anderson, John Reed, Marnix Dillenius. Row Two: John Maxwell, David Leppaluoto, James Gaskill, Michael Canon, Jerry Alcone, William Mitchell, Keith Peterman. Row Three: Robert McGinnis, Richard Iwasaki, Kenneth Ikeda, Richard Paoli. Row Four: Richard LaPierre, Nicky Johnson, Ron Mayo, Charles Landram, Eric Ha, Wallace Wade. Row Five: Gardner Baldwin, James Hohenshelt, Kenneth Snow, Donald McCown, Alan Chan. Row Six: James Fujioka, John Phillips, Dennis Slaughter, Ted Kamins. FALL John King Elwood Anderson Walter Thomas John Reed Joel Smith Marnix Dillenius Robert Spear President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Cataloguer E.J.C. Representative SPRING Joel Smith Walter Thomas John Bayless Michael Canon Glenn Secor George Haines Elwood Anderson Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society, was founded in 1885 by Dr. Edward Higginson Williams, Jr. His aim was to create an organization which would give for the honors work completed by technical students who were excluded by the nature of their studies from membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Since its formation, Tau Beta Pi has expanded and flourished. Today it can boast of 106 chapters throughout the country having over 100,000 members. California Alpha, which is the Tau Beta Pi chapter on this campus, was chartered in 1907 as the first chapter in the state of California. Among the many activities are included Engineers ' Day and High School Day. To the prospective not only does Tau Beta Pi offer recognition for outstanding work but also the opportunity to meet and get with engineering students from all the various types of curricula to be found in the College of Engineering along with the chemical engineering students of the College of Chemistry. In addition Tau Beta Pi has five faculty advisors: Warren Geidt, William Oswald, Otto Smith, Lawrence and Henry Bourne. College of Engineering Seniors Cory Hall Coffee Shop ABE, WALTER Hawaii Mechanical Engineering ASME AGHAZARIAN, ARIS Stockton Civil Engineering ALCONE, JERRY Lakewood Mechanical Engineering Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Tau Beta Pi, Honor Students ALLURZ, ALBERT Sunnyual Civil Engineering Alpha Chi Rho ANDERSON, ELWOOD Tioga, North Dakota Mechanical Engineering ASME, IAS, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma ANDERSON, JERRY Antioch Mechanical Engineering Cal Band, Strawhat Band Tellefsen AUSTIN, GREGORY Belvedere Electerical Engineering Ski Team Theta Chi BAGGETT, BRIAN Oakland Engineering BAKER, C. V. Encino Electrical Engineering IRE, UCSEE, Lambda Delta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi BARNETT, RONALD El Centro Mechanical Engineering Cal Band, Varsity Rifle, Circle " C, " Baton Society, Golden Guard BARTOLOMEL, LEROY Santa Rosa Mechanical Engineering BOUZEK, EUGENE Waterford Electrical Engineering UCSEE BRITAIN, ROBERT Hillsboruogh Engineering ASCE BROWN, JAMES LaCanada Electrical Engineering Amateur Radio Club, AIIE Cloyne Court BROWN, LAWRENCE Hayfork Industrial Engineering AIIE BRUNKEN, RONALD Camarillo Metallurgical Engineering AIME, ASM BRUSH, JOE Ukiah Mechanical Engineering Delta Chi BUBAR, BARNETT Oakland Mechanical Engineering BURGER, RONALD Berkeley Electrical Engineering BURNELL, PETER LaJolla Mechanical Engineering ASME, EJC, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma CHAN, ALFRED Visalia Civil Engineering CHAN, RAYMOND Hayward Engineering Engineering Library BENSON, DAVID Richmond Mechanical Engineering ASME BEVILACQUA, NICHOLAS Los Angeles Mechanical Engineering Californians, Campus Tours, ASME, P PR BLACK, JAMES Covina Civil Engineering Californians Phi Kappa Tau BLEDSOE, BEN Bakersfield Mechanical Engineering IAS, ASME CHEN, ARTHUR Oakland Electrical Engineering IRE, AIEE, UCSEE, rau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma CHENG, GEORGE Phila, Pa. Engineering CHONG, MILTON Hawaii Electrical Engineering AIEE, IRE, UCSEE Cloyne Court CHOW, PELICOLUS Hong Kong Engineering CHRISTENSEN, BRUCE Vallejo Engineering ASME, UCCE COLE, EDWARD Oakland Civil Engineering ASCE Hearst Mining Building Interior DRENNAN, CARL Stockton Civil Engineering ASCE EATON, KEITH Merced Engineering Science UCSEE, Tau Beta P Deutsch ELIHU, ABNER Iran Electrical Engineering ELLIOT, ALFRED Upland Ceramic Engineering American Ceramic Society ELLIOTT, TERRANCE Ventura Mechanical Engineering Acacia ELLIS, CARL Santa Cruz Civil Engineering ASCE, Chi Epsilon ENRICI, DAVID Richmond Mechanical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi ESQUIVEL, SEVERO Visalia Civil Engineering ASCE Putnam FINCH, DOUGLAS Albany Electrical Engineering UCSEE FITZGERALD, ED Berkeley Civil Engineering ASCE FLOHR, JOHN Petaluma Industrial Engineering AIIE, Editor Campus Lodge FRAZEN, EDWARD Calistoga Civil Engineering ASCE COLE, PETE Berkeley Civil Engineering Kappa Sigma COLLOM, JOHN San Diego Mechanical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha Cory Court, the center of the School of faces onto the College of Letters and Sciences. CRABTREE, ROBERT Waterford Mechanical Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon CRAWFORD, DONALD San Mateo Mechanical Engine ering ASME, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma Putnam DALE, DENNIS Sacramento Chemical Engineering AIChE, EJC, Tau Beta Pi Deutsch DEAN, GORDON Berkeley Petroleum Engineering Mineral Tech, Assoc., Masonic Club DIAMOND, ANTHONY San Diego Mechanical Engineering Crew Zeta Psi DILLENIUS, MARNIX San Francisco Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME DITTMAN, ROBERT Redding Mechanical Engineering UCYC, Pi Tau Sigma Griffiths FREDERICK, NEAL Alhambra Electrical Engineering Jr. Class Council, UCSEE, IRE Ehrman FUJIOKA, JAMES Hawaii Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi Eta Kappa Nu GALLAGHER, RONALD Castro Valley Civil Engineering ASCE, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon GARDNER, EARL Oakland Civil Engineering ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi GEE, JAMES Berkeley Electrical Engineering GARASIMENKO, PETER Berkeley Civil Engineering ASCE, Chi Epsilon Phi Sigma Kappa GORDON, GARY Los Altos Electrical Engineering Quarterdeck, Flying Club, IRE, UCSEE, Tower Flame Deutsch GORMAN, ALFRED Danville Mechanical Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda GREEN, MICHAEL San Jose Mechanical Engineering MEB, Crew Sigma Phi Epsilon GUNNARSON, JERRY Redwood City Industrial Engineering AIIE, Alpha Pi Mu Del Ray HA, IN Seoul, Korea Electrical Engineering Korean Student Assoc., Honor Students HADDOCK, RICHARD Visalia Mechanical Engineering ASME, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi Putnam HARDEN, DALE Lynwood Mechanical Engineering, ASME Theta Chi HARDIN, BRAD San Rafael Mechanical Engineering ASME, Tau Beta Pi HARSHBERGER, BOB Mill Valley Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi HAVENS, GLENN San Diego Industrial Engineering AIIE, Ballrm. Dancers, Stiles, Wesley. Alpha Chi Rho HESS, NORMAN Costa Mesa Mechanical Engineering Quarterdeck Society Smyth HIKIDO, TATSUYA San Jose Mechanical Engineering ASME, SAE HIRASUNA, ALAN Fresno Engineering Acacia HISAKA, MELVYN Stockton Engineering UCSEE HITZL, DONALD Fresno Engineering Physics Tau Beta Pi, IFC Honorary Theta Chi HO, EUGENE Taiwan, China Electrical Engineeri ng CSC, UCSEE, IRE, Hiking Club HOHENSHELT, JAMES Bakersfield Mechanical Engineering ASME, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma HONG, SEDANNE Hawaii Electrical Engineering IWANAGA, GEORGE San Jose Mechanical Engineering ASME IWASAKI, RICHARD Sacramento Engineering Science NSC, UCSEE, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu Deutsch JADDAM, ABDULMASSIH Chadra, Lebanon Electrical Engineering Arab Students ' Assoc. JANZEN, HERMAN Oakland Electrical Engineering JENNINGS, CHARLES Riverside Civil Engineering ASCE Lambda Chi Alpha JENNINGS, ROBERT Sacramento Electrical Engineering UCSEE, IRE Ehrman JONES, CLIVE Larkspor Engineering Physics Soccer HUTH, GAYLORD Sacramento Electrical Engineering Deutsch ISHIGO, DAVID Hawaii Eta Kappa Nu, Hawaii Club JOHNSON, NICKY Sacramento Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi Deutsch JOSEPH, ROBERT Union City Mining Engineering Cal Band, ASM, AIME KALIAN, C. Sacramento Civil Engineering Labor Council, ASCE Delta Sigma Phi KASHEF, ROBERT Berkeley Electrical Engineering KIKER, MORGAN Berkeley Electrical Engineering IRE, AIEE, UCSEE, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Phi KING, JOHN Seal Beach Electrical Engineering UCSEE, IRE, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu KIRCHNER, RICHARD Montebello Electrical Engineering Cal Band, Strawhat Band, Tower Flame Tellefsen KISHIMORI, THEODORE Hawaii Mechanical Engineering ASME, SAE LEWIS, GEORGE Eureka Civil Engineering Campus Crusade Alpha Gamma Omega LEWIS, LARRY Mill Valley Civil Engineering ASCE LILLESTON, CLAY Mill Valley Electrical Engineering Chi Beta, IFC Honorary Lambda Chi Alpha LINCOLN, CARL Berkeley Mechanical Engineering Fr. Track Phi Sigma Kappa LITTON, ROBERT Whittier Civil Engineering ASCE LIU, JOHN Hawaii Mechanical Engineering ASME McCABE, JAMES Modesto Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu Bowles McCOMB, MARSHALL Long Beach Industrial Engineering AIIE, Alpha Pi Mu, IFC Honorary Sigma Nu McGUIRE, TERRY Grass Valley Civil Engineering ASCE McHALE, MIKE Berkeley Engineering ASME, Newman Club, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, EJC KONG, VINCENT Berkeley Civil Engineering KURIO, HOWARD Hawaii Civil Engineering KUYKENDALL, TOM Sulphur Springs, Texas Engineering Quarterdeck Society Amateur Radio Club, UCSEE, YR, ISI, UCCF, Disciple Club Barrington KWAN, DENNIS Sandakan, North Borneo Civil Engineering ASCE LAPIERRE, RICHARD Long Beach Electrical Engineering UCSEE, IRE, Tau Beta Pi LARUSSON, THEODORE Albany Industrial Engineering AIIE LEE, EUGENE Sacramento UCSEE Ehrman LELESCH, GERALD Sonoma Electerical Engineering UCYC LESLIE, WARD Redding Electrical Engineering UCSEE LEVINE, STEPHEN Los Angeles Electrical Engineering Spring Sing, Axe Review Deutsch KITAMURA, HARRIS Hawaii Electrical Engineering AIIE, IRE Cleaning the machinery after use is an integral part of the job. McQUEEN, JOHN Burlingame Mechanical Engineering Crew Phi Delta Theta MAJESTIC, MARTIN Sacramento Mechanical Engineering ASME, Newman Club Deutsch MANSORI, IRAJ Tehran, Iran Electrical Engineering MARZOLF, STEPHEN Whittier Electerical Engineering MAXWELL, JOHN Albany Electrical Engineering IRE, Era Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi MAY, SHERMAN Bakersfield, Mechanical Engineering ASME Delta Chi MILLER, BRENT Auburn Electrical Engineerin g Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi MILLER, BILL Yuba City Engineering Smyth MOHAMMED, ABDUL Telefar, Iraq Civil Engineering MOIR, RALPH Eureka Engineering IFC Honorary Delta Chi MOODY, HENRY Bakersfield Mechanical Engineering ASME, Pi Tau Sigma MORITA, RAY Hawaii Electrical Engineering MORROW, KENNETH Berkeley Civil Engineering MOTTE, RENE Lima, Peru Civil Engineering ASCE MULLER, HERMAN Sacramento Civil Engineering ASCE Deutsch MULLEN, JAMES Glendale Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma NG, PAUL Hong Kong Civil Engineering NIELSEN, PAUL Santa Barbara Mechanical Engineering Varsity Rifle, Circle " C " , ASME Ehrman NORDGREN, WARREN Berkeley Electrical Engineering Radio TV Theater, UCSEE, MRA, AIEE Bowles O ' CONNOR, RICHARD Hayward Electrical Engineering Putnam OLIVER, WILLIAM San Francisco Engineering Physics Griffiths OSUQI, GEORGE Salinas Mechanical Engineering ASME, NSC, Pi Tau Sigma PEHRSON, DAVID Orland Electrical Engineering UCSEE, Tau Beta Pi PETERMAN, KEITH Ellsworth, Kansas Mechanical Engineering ASME, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma PETTYS, DAVID San Diego Mechanical Engineering PEWITT, EUGENE San Francisco Civil Engineering PFAFF, GERALD Berkeley Mechanical Engineering POLLOCK, GEORGE Sacramento Electrical Engineering POND, LEWIS Sacramento Civil Engineering Chi Psi POTTER, WILLIAM Oakland Engineering Science QUONG, DAVID San Francisco Civil Engineering ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Collegians RAY, MICHAEL Oildale Mechanical Engineering IAS, ASME Putnam REED, JOHN Electrical Engineering Collegians, UCSEE, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa REGAS, JIM San Lorenzo Engineering Physics Alpha Phi Omega, Honor Students, Phi Beta Kappa REINIS, INARA Berkeley Mechanical Engineering ASME RICE, RICHARD Redondo Beach Mechanical Engineering Wrestling Team, IAS, Big " C " , ASME Bowles RITCHIE, GORDON Albany Mechanical Engineering ANS, ARS, ASME RITTERBAND, LAWRENCE Los Angeles Mechanical Engineering ASME, Tower Flame ROEBER, MALCOLM Albany Geological Engineering AIME ROWE, DONALD San Carlos Electrical Engineering Rugby, Jr. IFC Lambda Chi Alpha RULOFSON, CHARLES San Mateo Electrical Engineering UC Photo Club, UCSEE, IRE, Eta Kappa Nu, Alpha Gamma, Sigma, Tau Beta Pi Putnam SAKAMOTO, SHIORI Berkeley Ceramic Engineering Boxing Team, Circle " C " , Block " C " , American Ceramic Society, Mineral Tech. Assoc., Golden Guard SCHOLZ, FREDERICK Oakland Geological Engineering AIME SHELLEY, ELBERT Santa Rosa Transportation Engineering Intramurals, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon Cloyne Court SHIGEMOTO, THOMAS San Jose Mechanical Engineering SAE, Pi Tau Sigma Smyth SMITH, PAUL E. San Francisco Civil Engineering Deutscher Verein Deutsch SMITH, PAUL R. Manhattan Beach Civil Engineering UCYC, ASCE Del Rey SMITH, ROBERT Long Beach Civil Engineering Newman, Club, ASCE, Chi Epsilon Bowditch Manor SMITH, STEPHEN Wasco Mechanical Engineering Bowles SNOW, KENNETH San Diego Electrical Engineering Wesley Foundation, Tau Beta Pi,Eta Kappa Nu Bowles SPITZE, JIM Berkeley Electrical Engineering Sigma Pi STEINKE, FRED Lafayette Electrical Engineering UCSEE, AIEE, IRE STROPLE, JOSEPH San Diego Electrical Engineering TAKASUGI, ABRAHAM Oxnard Mechanical Engineering ASME Euclid TANGLAND, ROBERT Oxnard Civil Engineering Cal Band, Strawhat Band, AISC, Tower Flame, Tau Beta Pi TOLMAN, GERALD Long Beach Electrical Engineering TROUPIN, SHMARYAHU Tel-Aviv, Israel Electrical Engineering SOHL, ABDUL Sidon, Lebanon Civil Engineering ASCE, UCASO TUNCER, KAYA Darica, Turkey Civil Engineering URFER, DON Oakland Structural Engineering Golf, SC, ASCE, Kappa Alpha VERKOZEN, JAY San Francisco Industrial Engineering Labor Council, Welfare Bd., AIIE, EJC, Alpha Pi Mu, Tower Flame, Honor Students Delta Sigma Phi VEXLER, SALOMON Piura, Peru Civil Engineering ASCE, UCLASO, Newman Club WEIDMAR, CHARLES El Cerrito Civil Engineering ASCE, Chi Epsilon WEINBERGER, HOWARD Fresno Electrical Engineering AIEE, UCSEE Acacia EYMOUTH, WILLIAM San Francisco Electrical engineering Men ' s Rally Com. Delta Chi WILLE, RAYMOND Daly City Mechanical Engineering ASME, IAS WILSON, THEODORE Oakland Mechanical Engineering Beta Pi Pi Tau Sigma, Honor Students, IAS, ASME WINTER, MICHAEL Walnut Creek Mechanical Engineering ASME, Pi Tau Sigma Smyth WOLCOTT, FREDERICK Los Angeles Mechanical Engineering ASME, Masonic Club Deutsch WONG, EDWARD San Francisco Mechanical Engineering ASME WONG, PETER Los Angeles Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi Deutsch WONG, RALPH Los Angeles Civil Engineering WONG, ROBERT Pacific Grove Mechanical Engineering LSC, NSC, ASME Euclid WONG, THOMAS Hong Kong Electrical Engineering Club, UCSEE, CSA YEAZELL, GERALD San Francisco Mechanical Engineering ASME YOSHIHARA, ISAMI Hawaii Electrical Engineering YOSHIKAWA, KEN Sacramento Mechanical Engineering ZUGMAN, HOWARD San Francisco Engineering ASTIN, MICHAEL Salinas Civil Engineering ASCE, Tan Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon Bowles BALALA, BRUCE San Francisco Civil Engineering UCYC, Hikin Club, ASCE, Honor Students, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi BARNETT, ROBERT San Francisco Electrical Engineering IRE, UCSEE Putnam BIANUCCI, JOHN Stockton Industrial Engineering AIIE Del Rey BLISS, GEORGE Berkeley Engineering BOND, HOWARD Whittier Petroleum Engineering BROTHERS, JO HN Burlingame Industrial Engineering IFC, AIIE, Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Phi Sigma Chi BRUE, ROBERT Ojai Electrical Engineering UCSEE, AIIE Bowles CANNON, KIRBY Novato Electrical Engineering Chi Beta Lambda Chi Alpha CHEW, DANIEL Newark Civil Engineering CSA, ASCE CLOYD, MARSHALL Dallas, Texas Civil Engineering Crew Delta Kappa Epsilon CR OSHER, FREDERICK Santa Rosa Electrical Engineering DALE, RICHARD Woodside Mechanical Engineering Phi Gamma Delta DENNISON, ROBERT Ventura Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi DOUGLAS, GRAHAM San Francisco Electrical Engineering DUNLAP, TOM Ardmore, Oklahoma Industrial Engineering Crew, IFC, AIIE, Order of Golden Bear Alpha Delta Phi ESCHENBURG, RICH Vallejo Mechanical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi ESKANDARI, YAHYA Tabriz, Iran Civil Engineering FIRESTONE, STEPHEN Oakland Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi ASME FONG, HERBERT Sacramento Engineering Physics Tau Beta Pi Ehrman FRENCH, JOHN Los Angeles Electrical Engineering GORMAN, ALFRED Danville Mechanical Engineering ASME, EJC, Pi Tau Sigma, IFC Honorary Alpha Kappa Lambd a GREINER, DAVID Sherman Oaks Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi HALLORAN, MICHAEL Orinda Mechanical Engineering ASME Alpha Sigma Phi HULBOY, JOSEPH Berkeley Industrial Engineering AIEE, EJC JURGENS, ANDY Berkeley Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi KELA, RAY Reedley Electrical Engineering UCSEE KNIGHT, ROBERT Coalinga Civil Engineering Californians, Jr. Sr. Class Councils, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi Lambda Chi Alpha KUO, JOHN Kowloon Electrical Engineering Oxford KRUSE, TOM Hawaii Engineering Phi Gamma Delta LAABS, WALTER Berkeley Civil Engineering ASCE LANDRAM, CHARLES Ross Mechanical Engineering ASME, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi LECKIE, RONALD San Pablo Electrical Engineering UCSEE, IRE LEPPALUOTO, DAVID Berkeley Engineering Science UCCE, ASME, ARS, Cal Engineer Editor, Tau Beta Pi, IFC Honorary Pi Kappa Phi LUM, CALVIN Oakland Electrical Engineering UCSEE, IRE, ASEE Pi Alpha Phi MACQUIDDY, CHARLES Orinda Mechanical Engineering Kappa Alpha McCOWN, DONALD San Dicgoa Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi Deutsch McGINNIS, ROBERT Berkeley Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi MICHAEL, JOHN San Francisco Electrical Engineering Campus Tours, Ski Club, Flying Club, UCSEE, Phi Epsilon Pi Kappa Nu MILLER, B ILL Yuba City Electrical Engineering Radio Club Smyth MORSE, STEPHEN San Carlos Mechanical Engineering Kappa Alpha NAGATA, HIROYUKI Sacramento Electrical Engineering AIEE, IRE, UCSEE, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu OWEN, EDWARD Whittier Electrical Engineering UCSEE, Photo Club, UCYC, IRE, Wesley Foundation Putnam PARSONS, JOHN LaJolla Mining Engineering Phi Delta Delta PETERSON, FRED San Francisco Engineering PHILLIPS, JOHN Oakland Mechanical Engineering ASME, IAS, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma RASSA, ROBERT Towson, Maryland Electrical Engineering Smyth RAGSDALE, WILLIAM Salinas Electrical Engineering Radio TV Theater, IRE, UCSEE Bowles RIDER, ROBERT Daly City Mechanical Engineering SCHEFFEL, JAMES Hayward Civil Engineering ASCE, Collegians SCHULTZ, ROGER Ber keley Mechanical Engineering Ski Club Deutsch SCHWIND, JOHN Lynwood Electrical Engineering Folk Dancers, UCSEE Bowles SEAGER, RAY San Carlos Mechanical Engineering ASME, Sailing Club Phi Sigma Kappa SLAUGHTER, DENNIS Whittier Electrical Engineering Bowles SMITH, ROGER LaHabra Mechanical Engineering ASME Ehrman SNYDER, R.L. Riverside Civil Engineering Varsity Wrestling STROPLE, JOSEPH San Diego Electrical Engineering WACKER, MICHAEL Ureka Industrial Engineering AIEE, CFMA, Alpha Pi Mu Sigma Phi Epsilon WADE, WALLACE Oakland Mechanical Engineering ASME, Tau Beta Pi WALFORD, MICHAEL Bakersfield Structural Enginee ring UCYC Ehrman WALTON, JAMES Berkeley Mechanical Engineering Arnold Air Soc., Sigma Phi Delta WESTFALL, STEVE Wrightwood Electrical Engineering Californians, P PR Dir., Spring Sing Dir. ' 60 YASUTO, TANA Palo Alto Engineering Bowles YIP, RODNEY Stockton Electrical Engineering UCSEE Ehrman The Department of Architecture is housed in an ancient building on North Side fondly called the " Ark " by the students of this School. The Department was founded in 1903 with John Galen a world-famous architect, as its dean. Mr. Howard made many great contributions to throughout the country and almost all the most impressive structures on the campus are his design. These include Hearst Memorial Mining Building, Wheeler Hall, California Hall, the Life Sciences Building, and the Campanile. There is a plaque in his honor at the foot of the Campanile which reads: " His greatest monuments you see before you. " It was under his leadership that the Department of Architecture began. The Ark, a lovely, old building which has been in existence since 1906, will be replaced in a few years by a new building between Kroeber Hall and Boalt Hall. The School of Architecture ' s new home will doubtlessly be clean, efficient and but could not possibly have the charm of its predecessor. It will contain not only the School of Architecture but the entire College of Design which includes Architecture, City and Regional Planning, and Landscape The new building will also house the Art Department. The schools of the College of Environmental were grouped together in 1959 because of the necessity for the student in this field to be not only a master of one profession but also to have a real perception of other disciplines in order to know how these may be integrated with one ' s own to produce a harmonious effect. Such is the goal of the College of Environmental Design. A thing of beauty is a joy forever: Its loveliness increases; it will never Pass into nothingness; but still will keep A bower quiet for us, and a sleep Full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing. John Keats Architectural students in T-10 College of Environmental Design William W. Wurster Dean In keeping with the expansion of the Big U, two years ago the School of Architecture increased its scope by merging with the School of Landscape Architecture and the Department of City Planning to form the College Environmental Design. This enlarged college centers its facilities on the north side of campus in the Architecture Building, the City and Regional Planning Building, and T-10. While plans for a brand new architecture building, which will be located near Kroeber Hall, are near completion, classes are still being held in the old, shingled architecture building which has been used by the school since 1906. Industrious and talented students spend many hours over drawing boards, mitering wooden applicators, and constructing projects from paper. The exhibit halls display interesting, clever, and individual designs by both students and professionals. The Architectural Associate is offered to all students, who, by belonging, can mutually benefit by the ideas and companionship available through this organization. Fireplace in Dean Wurster ' s Office which exists in the building that Howard and Hayes designed called today the Ark. The Phoebe Apperson Hearst Plan was modified by John Galen Howard from those proposals made by Emile Bernard. This drawing, dated 1914, perhaps the best known of the published plans, embodies the elements usually thought of in the " Howard Plan. " Sather Gate was one of the structures included in the plan which was designed within five years of Howard ' s beginning drawings. The Department of Architecture exists in the temporary building that Howard and Hays designed for the first classes in architecture. Variety Within Unity " The controlling thought in the preparation of the accompanying plan and design was that there must be some feature or groupings so strong that the outlying structures should never lose their relation to it or to one another — that the scheme, tho ' scattered over a large and diversified surface, should be organic. It was felt also that the dominant feature should have such close and strong to the great lines and surfaces of the site that it would hold its own and compel them to respond to it. It was seen that no single building or group of buildings could be looked to for this service, but that a great terrace or embankment, with its esplanade, related to the surface, would do it. " These words were written by John Galen Howard who designed those buildings which were a part of the Phoebe Hearst Architectural Plan. This nucleus of University buildings including Hearst Memorial Mining, California Hall, Doe Library, Durant Hall (formerly Boalt), Sather Gate, and the Hearst Greek Theater. The Phoebe Hearst Architectural Plan was studied several years before Howard designed any of these structures for the Berkeley campus. Tradition relates the importance of the chance meeting of architect Bernard Ralph Maybeck with Professor Soule in San Francisco in 1884. On the corner of Front and Market Streets, Soule convinced Maybeck of the need of the Department of Drawing for someone who could teach descriptive geometry. With Maybeck as an instructor and a traveling administrator, he called forth the best talent in the world for the designing and planning the location of buildings on the UC campus. The International Competition, underwritten by Mrs. Hearst, was won by Emile Bernard. After Bernard had stated a general layout for the Phoebe Hearst Architectural Plan, Howard interpreted Bernard ' s proposal and added some modifications. The Phoebe Aperson Hearst Plan presents a broad east-west axis orientated with the Golden Gate. The buildings along this axis follow the natural topography. Since its inauguration, the Plan has furnished the core of the present campus. The Hearst Memorial Mining Building was the first building to be completed under John Galen Howard. Birthplace of the College of was a suite of rooms in the old First National Bank Building (now the Mercantile Building) on Shattuck Ave. The dining commons looking east. On the two levels of the commons, 2,300 students can be served. The Campus planning today is vested primarily in a seven-member Campus Planning Committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Campus Officer, the Chancellor. With the expected capacity of the University campus set at 27,500 students, the Long Range Development Plan approved July, 1961, has included among its policies that all classrooms must be located within a ten minute class exchange distance having the central library facilities as the main focal point. This requirement implies that the central space must be reserved solely for classrooms and teaching Also, the grouping of related subject fields by building complex is to reign. The goal of the Campus Planning Committee is to devote 25% of the total campus area to landscape and to open area. Special attention will be given to various detailed aspects of campus design as a means of improving the beauty and usefulness of campus facilities. Such " street furniture " as waste receptacles, bicycle stands, and directional and signs will be subjects of intensive thought and care in their design and placement. Within the central campus such natural and traditional qualities as Strawberry Creek, the Central Glade, Faculty Glade, and the Eucalyptus Grove will be retained and Also, within the central campus, University Drive will be realigned for functional and aesthetic reasons. It will remain a access road over which traffic will not be permitted from Oxford Street to Piedmont Avenue. The Long Range Development Plan has allowed for variety within its unity as evidenced by the new Student Union, the new Residence Halls, and the E. O. Lawrence Hall of Science Building in honor of Lawrence, the first University faculty member to receive the Nobel prize. Architects for these three structures are selected by means of closed competition. These buildings are to be the most unique in design with the other campus buildings as the general background. Unique design can be evidenced in the use of materials, location, and space in the new Student Union. The summarized in a celebrated phrase of Vernon DeMars ' , is one of " planned chaos. " The exuberant dining commons on the north are capped by a freely spreading roof of hyperbolic-paraboloid shells in contrast to the bulky, columnar student union on the east, with its overhanging trellis strikingly reveals the architect ' s ideology. Unique design is also evidenced in the new Residence Halls. Here the dining rooms are topped by a concrete pagoda roof. In contrast, the living quarters are in thin eight story structures. On each city block that they occur, four of these buildings the dining hall. The close association that the Department of Architecture had had in planning the Berkeley campus ended in 1927 when John Galen Howard resigned from his post as the Supervising Architect for the University. Succeeding Supervising Architects have not had any connection with the academic life of the Architecture However, there is a relationship between the Department and the University. The Dean of the College of Environmental Design serves as an ex-officio member of the Planning Committee. The Campus Planning Committee proposes that 25 % of the campus will be devoted to landscape and open areas. The familiar Eucalyptus Grove will remain as a traditional landmark. The new Residence Halls uniqueness in design. The pagoda roof of the dining hall in contrast to the thin, eight-story structure of the quarters. The overhanging trellis of the new Student Union in contrast to the spreading roof of the commons reveals the architect ' s ideology of " planned chaos. " College of Environmental Design Seniors LEUNG, SUET-YEE Hong Kong Architecture Assoc., CSA MURATA, MASAHIRO Japan Architecture Yacht Club McEVOY, RICHARD Oakland Architecture MIYAKOWA, EDWARD Sacramento Architecture Panel of Americans MURRAY, RICHARD Napa Landscape Architecture NGO, DE Viet-Nam Architecture QUSTMAN, ROBERT Santa Clara Landscape Architecture SALISBURY, CATHERINE England Architecture SCHLEUNING, JON Berkeley Architecture Intramurals Tennis Doubles Champion, Honor Students, IFC Honor Society Alpha Tau Omega TRUMBO, JACK Crestline Architecture Varsity Football, Big " C " Pi Kappa Alpha TSURUTA, KINYA Japan Architecture Ski Team, Ski Club, Ogglers, Chi Alpha Phi TSUBOI, DENNIS North Highlands Landscape Architecture Landscape Design Club GORWARD, RICHARD San Diego Architecture Ogglers, Architecture Assoc., Chi Alpha Kappa Alpha Tau Omega GUISTO, JOHN Berkeley Landscape Architecture Golf Team, UC Masonic Club, Landscape Design Club KANEKO, YUJI Sacramento Architecture NSC KIM, YOUNG-II Korea Architecture Korean Student Society, Architecture Assoc. LAZDINS, IVARS Berkeley Architecture YAMAKAKI, JOHN Palo Alto Architecture YEUNG, KIN Hong Kong Architecture BALDWIN, JOHN San Francisco Architecture Cal, Strawhat, Chamber Bands, Architecture Assoc. BERRIDGE, RICHARD Berkeley Landscape Architecture Triune Delta Tau Delta HARRISON, JAMES San Diego Architecture Architecture Assoc., " Imagery " Art Editor JENSEN, HARLEY Oakland Architecture Alpha Kappa Lambda LEARY, JAMES San Francisco Environmental Design Delta Sigma Phi LYONS, JIM Laguna Beach Environmental Design Architecture Assoc. Putnam OSHIMA, ALAN Sacramento Architecture Architecture Assoc. REMICK, BILL Berkeley Environmental Design Delta Upsilon SUDDERTH, GERALD Berkeley Environmental Design Lambda Chi Alpha COLEMAN, MICHAEL Albany Architecture Architecture Assoc., Chi Alpha Kappa, Yacht Club, Oglers DURFEE, WILLIAM Castro Valley Architecture Architecture Assoc. Delta Epsilon Phi EASTMAN, CHARLES San Anselmo Architecture Card Stunt Corn. Boxing Team, Skull Keys, Triune, Winged Helmet Zeta Psi FEENSTRA, KEN Albany Architecture GIANNINI HALL The major agricultural subjects on this campus are restricted mainly to majors in the specialized and professional areas of agriculture and nutrition, rather than majors in the production areas. It may seem strange to have a College of Agriculture in the middle of a city but it is here in the that solutions are found for the problems of the modern farmer. The Department of Home Economics is part of this College, and in 1954 it was moved from the Life Sciences Building to the new Home Building which includes a seven-room penthouse for the use of students of home However, the home economics program is presently being reorganized on the Berkeley and Davis campuses. After 1962, the new Department of Nutrition and Home Economics at Berkeley will emphasize nutrition, dietetics, and food while such majors as child development and design will be transferred to Davis. These majors, and others, will not be available at Berkeley after 1962. Hilgard Hall is being remodeled to house laboratories for Plant Pathology, Soils, Plant Nutrition and Food Science and Technology. The purpose of this building, dedicated in 1912, was, in President Wheeler ' s words: " To rescue for human society the native values of human life. " The trend in the College of Agriculture at present seems to be the rescuing of these values through laboratory work and this is emphasized by the changes in the College of Agriculture on this campus. O for a Booke and a shadie nooke, eyther in-a-doore or out: With the grene leaves whisp ' ring overhede, or the Streete cryes all about. Where I maie Reade all at my ease, both of the Newe and Olde. John Wilson College of Agriculture The College of Agriculture includes in its curriculum a wide range of programs and fields and spreads all over campus. The varied fields include from nutrition and home economics to and animal husbandry with the latter having its chicken coops on the road to the Big " C " . Careers in entomology, food agriculture, and economics are just a few of the many specific fields of specialization. Agriculture Hall, Giannini, Hilgard, Mulford, and the Home Economics Building, as well as the greenhouses and poultry yards, comprise the physical plant. " The Birch Room " in the Home Economics Building is operated by nutrition students who serve meals to their fellow students. Many of the buildings house exhibits which pertain to the special majors and are of interest to the general campus community. A broad theoretical and scientific background in the field of is offe red by this college. E. Gorton Linsley Dean Agriculture Hall By enrolling in Home Economics 140, the Home Management Laboratory, students live weeks in the home management house, better known as the ' ' pent house. ' ' The Agricultural library located in Agriculture Hall. BALLARD, CAROLYN Los Angeles Home Economic, AWS, American Marketing Assoc., Home Ec. Club, Pelican Women ' s Dir., Honor Students Delta Zeta BEYER, MARY GALE BOHLENDER Berkeley Gen. Home Economics BONNER, MILLICENT Martinez Clothing Retailing Dec. Art Club Alpha Delta Chi CANTOV, SUZANNE San Francisco Dietetic, Gamma Sigma Sigma Home Ec. Club Cunningham CHRISTIANSEN, LUCY Walnut Creek Gen. Home Economics Lambda Delta Sigma, Home Ec. Club DUFFY, MARY Hillsborough Agriculture Swim Club, Home Ec. Club, Omicron Nu Elizabeth Barrett DURAND, DORA Modesto Agriculture Cheney EMERY, LINDA Monterey Park Gen. Home Economics Home Ec. Club Chi Omega ENOMOTO, JANICE Atherton Nutrition Dietetics Home Ec. Club, Agathon, Omicron Nu Davidson FERGUSON, SHARRON Whittier Home Economics Pom Pon Com., Panhellenic, Home Ec. Club, Fr. Blue Gold Kappa Delta CLARK, ROBERT Fullerton Agricultural Economics Rally Games, Californians Chi Ph COLTRIN, DOROTHY Berkeley Nutrition Home Ec. Club, Lambda Delta Sigma, Omicron Nu CORTSEN, ELEANOR Pleasant Hill Clothing WAA Phi Mu DAVIS, JUDY Berkeley Home Economics Home Ec. Club, Pryt. FIDLER, MARJORIE Berkeley Home Economics UPB, Sr. Class Council, Home Ec. Club Alpha Chi Omega FIELD, KATHLEEN Whittier Gen. Home Economics Home Ec. Club Alpha Omicron Pi FROST, MARY ALICE Sacramento Home Economics Home Ec. Club, Pelican, Little Sister of Minerva Delta Zeta GAYLORD, JANICE Berkeley Clothing Home Ec. Club GIBEAUT, GEORGIA Oakland Home Economics Home Ec. Club, Life Guard Corp Sigma Kappa GILSON, PATRICIA Oakland Home Economics Gamma Phi Beta HOPPIN, DICK Woodland Ag. Bus. Mgt. Sr. Basketball Mgr., Big " C " , Triune, Winged Helmet Beta Theta Pi ITO, ELAINE Sacramento Gen. Home Economics NSC, Home Ec. Club Freeborn KENNEDY, MARILYN Piedmont Gen. Home Economics Home Ec. Club KIRKPATRICK VIRGINIA Piedmont Nutrition Home Economics Intramurals, Home Ec. Club, Blue Gold Ed. Phi Mu KULBERG, SARAH Pasadena Home Economics Rally Com., WAA, Home Ec. Club Sigma Kappa LEE, NANCY Oakland Agriculture CSC, Home Ec. Club LEE, YVONNE Berkeley Dietetics Home Ec. Club LEW, AUDREY Fresno Dietetics CSC, Home Ec. Club McCOY, JUDY Berkeley Home Economics Ski Club, UC Dames Arch, Wives Kappa Delta MASHUTA, MARY Whittier Gen. Home Economics Home Ec. Club MASHUTA, ROBERTA Whittier Gen. Home Economics Home Ec. Club MATSON, SHIRLEY Lafayette Home Economics Intramurals, Home Ec. Club, Ski Club, Campus Crusade, AHEA delegate Alpha Chi Omega MATTSON, BARBARA Castro Valley Dietetics Home Ec. Club, Lutheran Student Assoc. Delta Zeta MEYER, JERRY Long Beach Agricultural Economics Baseball, Skull Keys, Beta Beta Beta Theta Pi NG, STELLA Hong Kong Dietetics Home Ec. Club NORDSTROM, GERALD Dos Palos Agriculture Economics Track, Big " C " , American Merketing Assoc., Newman Club, YD Phi Kappa Tau RUSSELL, ARDEEN San Francisco Gen. Home Economics Home Ec. Club, Pelican, Epworth SCHON, PATRICIA Daly City Home Economics WDA, Symphony Orch. Mitchell SCOTT, LYNDA Berkeley Agriculture Delta Gamma SHIFLEY, JOAN Salinas Nutrition I House CONWAY, CATHY Grass Valley Agriculture Elizabeth Barrett KHAYAMBASHI, HASSAN Isfahan, Iran Nutrition IRB, APC, Operation Understanding TALLEY, DON Arrayo Gerande Agriculture Alpha Sigma Phi HOME ECONOMICS CLUB — Left to Right, Row One: Susan Craig, Sharon Miner, Georgia Gibeaut, Shirley Matson, Linda Emery, Marge Fidler. Row Two: Dora Hung, Roberta Wong, Kathy Field, Pat Gilson, Mary Suzi Kirkpatrick, Marilyn Kennedy, Lucy Christiansen, Roberta Mashuta, Carol Jalonen, Ardeen Russell, Agnes C. McClelland, Faculty Advisor; Dorothy Coltrin, Sharron Ferguson, Vickie Gillmeister. Home Economics Club The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to aid members in developing professional values. The aim is met by programs in areas of general home economic interest and by contacts with members of the profession. Those college students interested in Home Economics may join. Omicron Nu is a national home economics honor society. The Alpha Lambda Chapter has been on this campus since 1944. Its objectives are to superior scholarship and to promote and research within the Home Economics field. Membership is invitational. Omicron Nu OMICRON NU — Left to Right: Erica Tucker, Mary Duffy, Janice Enomoto, Dorothy Coltrin. Agriculture Hall lecture room College of Agriculture The lobby of Giannini Hall " Health is a state of complete physical and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. " This is the definition of health adopted by the World Health Organization, and in it is implied the philosophy of the School of Public Health. Begun as a Chair of Hygiene in 1873, the Department continues to prepare students for the public health profession. In 1943 the need for qualified public health personnel in the west stimulated the California State Legislature to authorize the School of Public Health at the University of California. After several years in temporary quarters, the School moved into Earl Warren Hall in the fall of 1955. The library of the California State of Public Health was combined with that of the School of Public Health and is now one of the ten accredited schools in the United States, and the only one west of the Mississippi. Also in Earl Warren Hall is the Cancer Research Genetics Laboratory which was once in the Old Veterinary Science Building in Strawberry This laboratory conducts a research program on the relationship between genetics and cancer and provides appropriate experimental animals to cancer researchers throughout the University. Public Health is not only a medical science but a social one. The American Medical Association has said it is " the art and science of maintaining, and improving the health of the people through organized community effort. " These things shall be,— a loftier race Than e ' er the world hath known shall rise With flame of freedom in the souls And light of knowledge in their eyes. John Addington Symonds Charles Edward Smith Dean J. Lohman Dean School of Public Health Located in such a way that it can be seen from below the west side of campus, Warren Hall is the home of the School of Public Health. A tall, stately, scientific, and modern structure, it seems isolated in the far west corner of campus and is far from the usual Sather Gate meeting place of many students. Due to the attitude and dedicated atmospher e of this school, the Public Health students are serious about their profession and their future careers in hospital public health laboratories and educational work. Nevertheless, a friendly and informal air pervades since most classes are held in small seminar and discussion groups, even in the ordinarily large lower division classes. The Public Health Club convenes regularly offering students an opportunity to meet each other and to subjects of mutual interest. School of Criminology Careers open to the Criminology major include: master criminologist, California Youth Authoritarian, and institutional and police lab work. The department is divided into three specific sections: law enforcement, correction, and criminalistics. The headquarters of the school is T-2. To keep up with classes, Criminology majors run from T-2 to Haviland and Cal Hall. The School of has a relatively small, close, and unified group of students. Field trips to San Quentin and other interesting field projects and crime studies highlight the year. In addition, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, the National Law Enforcement holds lectures and social activities. LAMBDA ALPHA EPSILON — Left to Right, Row One: Dr. A. LaMont Smith, John French, Carole Philipson, Patricia Jackson, Grove Root, Cpt. John Lindquist. Row Two: Dick Bryant, Fathia Jumaily, Sandra Marts, Patricia Morgan, Patricia Sims, Susan Applequist, Barbara Brinton. Row Three: Thomas Bailey, Joanmarie Derenzo, Karen Mullen, Judy Carbone, Helen Swanson, Pam Effenbeck, Russell Row Four: Dennis Usrey, Curt McDaniel, Milton Barney, James Willson, Jr., William Wenger, Allen Sommer, Neil Sorensen, James Lansing. School of Public Health BRISTOL, AMANDA Santa Ana Public Health Lab. Cunningham CARLSON, SUSAN Burlingame Public Health Lab Public Heath Undergrad. Assoc. Kappa Delta CHAN-ALLAYE, HELEN Kowloon, Hong Kong Public Health GOON, JACK Berkeley Public Health Sanitation Oski Committee, CSC, CSA Pi Alpha Phi MICHAEL, FRAN San Francisco Public Health Lab Senior Class Council, YWCA Sigma Kappa PENNOCK, JENALYNN Oakland Public Health Lab Lambda Delta Sigma, Public Health Undergrad. Assoc. POON, SUZANNE Hong Kong Public Health Public Health Undergrad. Assoc. Freeborn SMITH, LINDA Burlingame Public Health Lab. Angel Flight, University Committee, Class Councils, Tower Flame, Honor Students Zeta Tau Alpha STEVENS, NORINE Calistoga Public Health Publ ic Health Undergrad. Assoc. Bay View Terrace TATE, VERNA Berkeley Public Health Lab. Public Health Undergrad Assoc., Alpha Kappa Alpha ULLMAN, LORNA Ventura Public Health Ed. WAA, Public Health Undergrad. Assoc., College Women ' s Club Jr. Piedmont Court YANG, MARIE Berkeley Public Health Lab JEN, JEANETTE San Francisco Public Health WAA, Public Health Undergrad. Assoc. Ritter LAM, JOAN Richmond Public Health LEUNG, LYDIA Hong Kong Public Health Lab McCORMICK, DONNA Stockton Public Health WAA, Collegian Singers, Public Health Undergrad. Assoc., Folk Dance Club Stern GREEN, LAWRENCE Sacramento Public Health Academic Policy Comm., Public Health Undergrad. Assoc., Pre-Medical Sciences Council, Alpha Gamma Sigma Sigma Phi KWOK, AGNES Kowloon, Hong Kong Public Health Freeborn MAAS, CHARLES Millbrae Public Health IFC, Pre-Med Society, Daily Cal Promotion Manager Delta Chi MARUYAMA, YEMIKO Oakland Public Health Lab Public Health Undergrad. Assoc. School of Criminology BAILEY, THOMAS Berkeley Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon BARNEY, MILTON Reseda Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon BRYANT, RICHARD Sacramento Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Intramurals Deutsch CALLAHAN, SUE Los Altos Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon Delta Delta Delta CARBONE, JUDY Napa Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon Richards COOKE, JOHNNY Oakland Criminology Alpha Phi Alpha Lambda Alpha Epsilon CRANSTON, ROBERT Auburn Criminalistics Ski Club FINOCCHIO, CONCETTA San Francisco Criminology NSA, Tower Flame, Newman Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma GOMEZ, WAYNE Santa Monica Criminology Delta Sigma Phi HALLIWELL, RUTH Honolulu, Hawaii Criminology HEINZ, CARL Garden Grove Criminology Putnam JACKSON, PATRICIA Lafayette Criminology Women ' s J. Com. WAA, Intramurals, Lambda Alpha Epsilon Sigma Kappa KLEMM, MAX Albany Criminology McDANIEL, LEO Petaluma Criminology Judicial Com. Lambda Alpha Epsilon PAHL, PENNY Stockton Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon Chi Omega PHILIPSON, CAROLE Encino Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon ROOT, GROSVENOR Oakland Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon Chi Psi ST. SURE, DON San Rafael Criminology Fr. Soph. Class Councils, Lambda Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi SIMS, PATRICIA Berkeley Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon SOMMER, ALLAN Berkeley Criminology Inter Faith Council, Daily Cal Lambda Alpha Epsilon THORNTON, JOHN Sacramento Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon Barrington VINYARD, RICHARD Visalia Criminology I. House WICKMAN, RAYMOND Los Altos Criminology Sr. Baseball Manager, Big " C " , Quarterdeck Acacia WENGER, WILLIAM Berkeley Criminology Lambda Alpha Epsilon Forestry Club ' s 50th Anniversary Meeting .. Bring me men. Our recorded history —1912-1962 Early Cal foresters Forests cover 40 per cent of all land in California. These millions of acres of forest land provide wood, water, forage, wildlife, and recreation for the people of the state. Forestry is the art and of managing these forests and included lands for the continuous production of goods and for the well-being of mankind. The University ' s School of Forestry, which began in 1914, is the only institution in the state offering programs leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Science, Master of Forestry, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy. It is one of 26 such accredited forestry schools in the nation. Although the School began in 1914, the Forestry Club came to life in January, 1912. It was a group of men with similar ideas and interests in forestry. In 1917, the Club undertook the publication of the California Forester, and after W.W. I it another magazine, Axe Chips. The Timber, honors the graduating seniors and records the year ' s events. This year is the of the fiftieth anniversary of this club. The School of Forestry is housed in Mulford Hall, a modern 158-room building on the western edge of campus which includes classrooms, laboratories and a library. The School also uses the Forest Lab in Richmond where research is done in wood chemistry, wood physics, and timber Camp Califorest, some eight miles from Quincy in the Sierras, is used for a ten-week field course required of all undergraduate students. Since forests account for two-fifths of all land in California and for one third of all land in the United States, foresters are responsible for and maintaining a major portion of our Wisdom mounts her zenith with the stars. Mrs. Barbauld Five Cal foresters last summer made an inventory of the Redwoods in Humboldt County. One of the leading schools of its kind in the nation and the only accredited one in California, Cal ' s School of Forestry makes its home in Mulford Hall on the northeast corner of campus. Mulford Hall was designed and built especially for the School of Forestry and features walls paneled with woods from all over the world. After two years of preforestry, students are eligible to enter this school. A second prerequisite is the ten-week summer camp held at Meadow Valley in Plumas National Forest. There, the students meet each other and the professors in an informal atmosphere. During this ten-week program, the students learn to apply the principles learned on campus as well as in the camp. They are in charge of maintaining the camp for the ent ire period of time and often they will fight forest fires in the region in order to earn money for the summer. School of Forestry Henry J. Vaux Dean FORESTRY CLUB — Left to Right, Row One: Steve Beck, Dennis Tompkins, Bill Draeger, Dick Goings, Fred Tuemmler, Ronald Crouse, Robert Luck, Len Theiss. Row Two: Mike Skenfield, John CorteII, Robert K. Johnson, Gerry Larson, Birdie Weisbrod, Jim Bertenshaw, Warren DeGottardi, Linford Cloyed, Fred Batchelor. Row Three: Blair White, Ken Fowler, Tony Duckworth, Glenn Standley, Bob Suter, Ed Wilson, Al Stoll, Fred Raymond, Karl Graves. Row Four: Jim Beck, Phil Branch, Phil Benedict, Barry Ford, Bill Snyder, Ernie Dierking, Bob McNairn. Row Five: Don Lauer, Robert Brown, Leif Hatten, John Allardice, Ben Bascom, Richard Rothwell, Carl Naumann, Gerald Little. Row Six: Dick Roseberry, Gerry Conley, Dennis Lund, Ladislaus Scroggins, Bob Dutra, Mike McChesney, Richard Kettlewell. Row Seven: Don Brown, Wayne Simonson, Ray Chaffee, Dr. John Dr. Bob Colwell, Ron Gibson, Ed Chatfield. Row Eight: Lyle Jensen, Dave Nickel, Jon Colombano, Charles Shoemaker, Glen Miller. Row Nine: Chris Barnes, Rich Rose, Tim Lee, Dr. Fred Row Ten: Gordon Beach, Steve King, Jere Nelo, Kenneth James Maloney, Dr. Edward C. Stone. Row Eleven: Loyd Caudle, Charlie Spinetta, Cliff Grimmell, Dr. N. Muhlenberg. School of Forestry Seniors ALLARDICE, JOHN Albany Forestry BASCOM, BEN Petaluma Forestry United Crusade Campus Lodge BERTENSHAW, JAMES Mill Valley Forestry Forestry Club, Xi Sigma Pi, USCA BRANCH, PHIL Orinda Forestry Blue and Gold Photo Editor, SCEP, Forestry Club, Xi Sigma Pi BWAN, MARK Van Nuys Forestry CLOYED, LINFORD Albany Forestry Forestry Club DUCKWORTH, WALTER Albany Forestry Forestry Club CROUSE, RONALD Northridge Forestry Forestry Club, Society of American Foresters DIERKING, ERNEST Vallejo Forestry Forestry Club FORD, BARRY Mill Valley Forestry Hiking Club, Soccer, Forestry Club, Society of American Foresters Oxford GIBSON, RON Whittier Forestry Intramural Boxing, wrestling, Softball, Forestry Club, Hiking Club Oxford JOHNSON, ROBERT La Habra Forestry Forestry Club Timber Editor KETTLEWELL, RICHARD Napa Forestry Intramurals, Forestry Club, Golden Guard USCA LARSON, GERALDINE Berkeley Forestry Forestry Club, Xi Sigma Pi NAUMANN, CARL Redwood Valley Forestry Forestry Club RAYMOND, FRED Sacramento Forestry Forestry Club ROTHWELL, RICHARD Bellflower Forestry Forestry Club, Society of American Foresters Oxford Hall ROSEBERRY, DICK Chico Forestry Forestry Club SNYDER, WILLIAM Berkeley Forestry Forestry Club, Flying Club STANLEY, GLENN Colton Forestry Intramurals, Forestry Club, Society of American Foresters, Xi Sigma Pi STOLL, AL Inglewood Forestry Forestry Club, Interhall Council TUEMMLER, FREDERICK Berkeley Forestry Rugby, Football, Forestry Club, Army ROTC WILSON, EDWIN Belden Forestry Forestry Club, Glee Club Lambda Chi Alpha The College of Commerce was established on the Berkeley campus in 1898, only the second such college in the United States. This was a step since, at the time, California was a small and isolated institution on the West Coast. Until 1943, when the School of Business was established, the faculty for the College of Commerce was drawn from other departments such as Economics. In recent years, the Graduate School was established and gives the degrees of M.B.A. and Ph.D. The School presently has its headquarters in South Hall, the oldest building on the Berkeley campus, but soon there will be new space available in the renovated Stephens Union, Eshleman Hall, and the new Barrows Hall. South Hall was originally the College of Agriculture and has housed various departments over the years. The Department of Economics was the first of the present group to take residence back in 1922. The Political Science Department followed in 1923. South Hall, on the completion of the new Barrows Hall, will be renovated and will be used for research and institute offices for the same departments. Eshleman Hall will also be remodeled for the same functions. The University also maintains the Institute of Business and Economic Research, which studies economic and business problems with special on California and the Pacific Coas t. The Institute of Industrial Relations attempts to a better understanding between labor and management throughout the state. The School of Business Administration is also opening new areas of study such as economics and renovating areas in which technology changes rapidly. I saw old Autumn in the misty morn Stand shadowless like silence, listening To silence. Thomas Hood John W. Cowee Dean School of Business Administration Considered one of the most popular and also one of the most general fields of study, the School of Business Administration includes many courses of interest both to the serious business administration student as well as to those who just want a general knowledge of business principles. The curriculum includes business law, principles of real estate, marketing, accounting, and economics. South Hall holds the main offices of the school as well as several paper-midterm pickup boxes, although most of the classes and study rooms are located in Wheeler Hall. Gathering on Wheeler steps or by the tree, the Bus. Ad. major mingles with and is indistinguishable from the Letters and Science student. Business Administration, while often called a " fra- ternity major, " still offers much in the way of worth-while and necessary courses for those students intending to pursue careers in the business world. Barrows Hall, the new building for the School of Business Administration, is located south of Eshleman Hall. South Hall basement Wheeler Hall stens School of Business Administration CAREY, JIM Seattle, Washington Business Administration Cal Band, Strawhat Band, Masonic Club, Beta Alpha Psi Tellefsen Hall CHEY, ROSE Seoul, Korea Business Administration Kappa Phi Club CHENG, PAUL Hong Kong Business Administration CSA Deutsch COWAN, JEFF Long Beach Real Estate Beta Theta Pi CUEVAS, MARIO Guatemala Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi de GOUVEIA, DAVID Madeira Isle Business Administration de LANGRE, YVES Casablanca, Morrocco Business Administration Ski Team DORN, GARETH Pasadena Business Administration Sigma Chi DRAKE, ROBERT Berkeley Business Administration YR EAGER, BEN San Diego Business Administration Fr. Council, Golden Guard Lambda Chi Alpha EINTNER, CHURCH Elsinor Business Administration Delta Tau Delta FAIN, LYNETTE San Leandro Business Administration Alpha Gamma Delta ALEXANDER, THOMAS Bakersfield Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi, Newman Club, Tower Flame ANDERSON, DAVE Glendale Business Administration Californians, Sr. Class Council, Men ' s Ex. Board, Chancellor ' s Com., on Discrimination, IFC, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Omega, YR, Phi Phi, Quarterdeck Society Theta Xi ASMUSSEN, ROBERT San Luis Obispo Business Administration Basketball Mgr., Tower Flame BAUER, FRED El Cerrito Business Administration Delta Sigma Phi BECKER, BORIS San Francisco Business Administration Men ' s Rally Com., Jr. IFC, Sabre Air Command, Arnold Air Society, Griffith BENCHARIT, PAIBOON Thailand Business Administration Varsity Soccer, AII-U Badminton Thai Student ' s Assoc. BOYL, JOHN LaJolla Business Administration Varsity Football, Varsity Rugby, Californians Beta Theta Pi BRAVERMAN, ROBERT Oakland Marketing Fr. Class Council BROWNING, ROGER Long Beach Business Administration Triune, Skull Keys, Tower Flame Beta Theta Pi CALDER, SCOTT Rancho Santa Fe Business Administration Tower Flame, Triune, Skull Keys, Winged Helmet Zeta Psi FARWELL, GARY Oakland Business Administration Crew FASOLD, DEANNA Alameda Business Administration Phi Mu FAT, THOMAS Sacramento Business Administration CSC, CSIO FERRARIS, CARL San Francisco Business Administration Crew, Arnold Air Society FERRO, GLORIA San Lorenzo Business Administration Phi Chi Theta Elizabeth Barrett FEUSSE, FRED Saratoga Business Administration Commuters and Independents Council Elections Council FINESILVER, LYNN San Antonio, Texas Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Phi FITZ, DAVID Berkeley Labor and Business Relations Megaphone Society, Swimming, Californians, Golden Guard Sigma Alpha Epsilon FORGIE, SUSAN Long Beach Business Administration Phi Chi Theta FORMAN, MARILYN San Francisco Marketing Collegians, Pelican Phi Sigma Sigma GALLI, SYLVIA Cloverdale Business Administration Student Forum, Class Council, Big Game Week Newman Club, Circulo Italiano, Phi Chi Theta Freeborn Hall GEE, GEOFFREY Los Angeles Business Administration GUIMARRA, JOHN Bakersfield Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon GOOD, MICHAEL Berkeley Business Administration Chi Phi GREEN, PETE Bellevue, Washington Production Management Student J. Com., University Affairs, Basketball Mgr., Big " C " Society, Arnold Air Society Beta Theta Pi GRIDLEY, RON San Leandro Industrial Relations Varsity Crew, Big " C " Society, URC Del Rey GRONE, DANIEL Belmont Production Management Phi Kappa Tau GRUNBAUM, JOHN Berkeley Accounting HALVERSON, PHIL San Francisco Business Administration Auxiliary Enterprises Board HAND, BILL North Hollywood Business Administration Daily Cal Sports Editor, IFC Phi Sigma Kappa HELSBY, JACK Merced Accounting HIRSCHON, BARBARA Los Angeles Business Administration Cheney Hall HOLZMAN, PHIL Beverly Hills Marketing Sigma Alpha Mu HORNUNG, SARAH Bakersfield Business Administration Phi Chi Theta, WAA Phi Mu South Hall, Westside JACOBS, ALLEN Ojai Accounting Crew, Varsity Rowing Club Ridge House JOHNSON, DONALD Murphys Business Administration Rally Committee Smyth JOHNSON, LINDA North Hollywood Business Administration Christian Science Organization Davidson JOHNSON, TERRY Sacramento Business Administration NROTC, Quarterdeck Deutsch JONES, JAMES South San Francisco Business Administration Masonic Club JONES, TOM Glendale Business Administration Ex. Com., Rep.-at-large, COB Chr., Sr. Class Pres., IFC, Californians, Cal Club, Gavel Quill, University Affairs, Golden Bear Theta Delta Chi KALAI, DAVID Ganie-Yehuda, Israel Agriculture Business Administration KERR, WENDELL Sonora Marketing Rugby, Skull Keys Phi Kappa Sigma KIMOTO, TETSUO Hyogo, Japan Business Administration KONECKY, RICHARD Encino Labor Relations Big " C " Society, Baseball Phi Kappa Sigma KOSAKURA, MORRIS Berkeley Marketing Delta Sigma Pi, NSC KUSHNER, BARRY Los Angeles Business Administration LANE, ED Palo Alto Business Administration Class Council, American Marketing Assoc. Sigma Phi LARGE, JEFFREY Palo Alto Business Administration Oski Com. Phi Kappa Tau LEE, KENNETH San Francisco Bankink Finance CSC, Alpha Kappa Psi, NSC Bowles Lloyd, Larry Vallejo Business Administration UCYC McDONALD, FRED Oakland Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha McFERRIN, CHARLES Los Angeles Industrial Relations Baseball McNULTY, BOB Alameda Business Administration Schooner Club Kappa Alpha MAN, CARSON Fresno Accounting Glee Club, Beta Alpha Psi MAPES, THOMAS Linden Business Administration Alpha Kappa Lambda MARCHETTI, RAYMOND Berkeley Business Administration Theta Delta Chi MASUBARA, TAKEAKI Kamakura, Japan Business Administration MEW, WENDELL Alameda Business Administration Golden Guard MILLER, ROBERTA Palo Alto Business Administration Phi Chi Theta Bay View Terrace MILLINICK, BOB Albany Business Administration Baseball, Big " C " Society, Sigma Alpha Epsilon MOLINARI, JOHN Oakland Business Administration Varsity Baseball, Newman Club ODELLA, CARLO Crockett Accounting Cal Band, Straw Hat Band, Newman Club Bowles PEDERSON, ALLEN Oakland Business Administration Quarter Deck Society Kappa Delta Pi PLACE, HARVEY Whittier Business Administration Delta Tau Delta QUAN, ROGER Fairfield Business Administration Californians, Big Game Wk Com. Putnam RAPPAPORT, RAYMOND Berkeley Business Administration RAY, NORMAN, JR. Berkeley Accounting Honor Students REEVE, CURTIS Fresno Business Administration Delta Upsilon REITMAN, GORDON Oakland Business Administration Deutsch RICKETTS, ROGER Oakland Finance Circle " C " , Basketball, Phi Phi Sigma Chi ROBINSON, GARY San Rafael Business Administratior Baseball, Daily Cal Delta Chi RONAN, JAMES Berkeley Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi, Golden Guard RUBEN, DANA Berkeley Business Administration Yacht Club SARGENT, JOEL Belmont Business Administration Yacht Club, American Marketing Assoc. SCHAMP, ROGER Berkeley Accounting Masonic Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Quarterdeck Society SCHREIBER, RICHARD Orinda Business Administration Quarterdeck Society Pi Kappa Phi SCOFIELD, TIM San Carlos Business Administration MEB, Varsity Crew, Californians, Big " C " , Varsity Rowing Phi Sigma Kappa SIEWERT, PETER Greenwich, Connecticut Marketing Zeta Psi SILVERMAN, BARRY Berkeley Business Administration SMITH, JIMMY Oakland Industrial Relations Golden Guard, Cal Engineer Mgr. SMITH, MARYLY Newport Beach Business Administration Kappa Delta STONE, BILL San Mateo Business Administration Cal Prep Chr. Kappa Delta Rho SUCHER, STAN Hayward Business Administration Quarterdeck, Fr. Swim Team, Alpha Epsilon Pi TABER, HAROLD Bakersfield Marketing Sigma Alpha Epsilon TEEL, LEWIS Long Beach Business Administration Varsity Water Polo, Varsity Swimming, Triune Sigma Nu THOMAS, JOHN San Francisco Business Administration Varsity Crew, Varsity Rowing, PACE Phi Sigma Kappa TJIA, PHI-KA Paris, France Business Administration TOSHIAKI, UENO Kokura, Japan Business Administration ULYATT, PETER Finance Fr. Soph. Class Councils, Alpha Kappa Psi, Sigma Omega Beta UYEHINAMI, KENJI Sacramento Business Administration Doshisha Club VAN NESS, ROBERT Oakland Business Administration MEB, NROTC, Quarterdeck Society VELASQUEZ, JOHN Hayward Business Administration Kappa Alpha WAIT, BRAD San Francisco Accounting Pres. Californians, Triune, Order of the Golden Bear Chi Phi WATTLES, JANELL Lakewood Business Administration WELLES, SAMUEL Berkeley Business Administration Big " C " Society, Varsity Tennis WELLS, WILLIAM Berkeley Business Administration Fr. Soph. Councils, Triune Sigma Phi WILLIAMS, SUSAN Sacramento Personnel Phi Sigma Sigma Phi Chi Theta WOHLETZ, LEONARD Berkeley Business Administration Varsity Crew, Arnold Air Society, Alpha Kappa Psi WOLFF, RICHARD Alameda Business Administration WOLNY, HENRY Ukiah Business Administration Chrm. Auxiliary Enterprises Board Putnam Wheeler Hall BIRD, DON Piedmont Business Administration Sigma BRASCH, GERHARD San Francisco Accounting BRESOLIN, RONALD Redding Accounting Beta Alpha Psi CAMPBELL, PETE San Bruno Economics Delta Sigma Phi CASSANO, RONALD Sacramento Business Administration Alpha Kappa Lambda de LORIMER, CHARLES San Francisco Business Administration Fresh. Crew Phi Delta Theta DICKERSON, JOHN Sacramento Hospital Administration Californians Phi Kappa Tau DOCTER, KENNETH Santa Barbara Business Administration Frosh Football, Varsity Swimming, Big " C " , Golden Guard Sigma Chi EDELSTEIN, JUDY Los Angeles Business Administratio n Delta Phi Epsilon ESCAJEDA, MOISES Richmond Business Administration Golden Guard Sigma Pi FINTEL, JACK La Jolla Economics Tennis, Golf GAUDIE, ALAN Oakland Business Administration Alpha Kappa Lambda GAMBLE, WICKER La Poente Business Administration Tau Delta GREEN, RICHARD Menlo Park Business Administration Phi Delta Theta GRIPPO, JOSEPH Berkeley Managerial Economics HAGEMAN, TONY Martinez Business Administration Alpha Kappa Lambda HURT, JOHN San Marino Business Administration Flying Club, Skul Keys, Trune, Winged Helmet, Beta Beta, Psi Upsilon HYDE, GEORGE Chico Business Administration Chi Psi JOHNSON, JERRY Sacramento Business Administration Delta Tau Delta JOHNSON, RICHARD Menlo Parfk Business Administration Daily Cal. Phi Kappa Tau KAWANABE, TATSURO Tokyo, Japan Business Administration Ski Club KAUFFMAN, ROGER Redwood City Business Administration Men ' s Rep., Ex. Com. Sigma Phi Epsilon KENT, ROGER Berkeley Business Administration Varsity Boxing, Big " C " Alpha Chi Rho LITTLE, STEPHEN Glendale Business Administration Delta Sigma Phi LORD, GEORGE No. Hollywood Business Administration American Marketing Assoc. Lambda Chi Alpha LYNCH, BILL West Covina Finance Real Estate Frosh. Football Phi Delta Theta McDOUGALL, ROBERT Creek Business Administration Frosh. JV Baseball Chi Psi MASSEY, GARY Bakersfield Business Administration Tellefsen Hall MATTOCKS, GENE Long Beach Business Administration Intramural Volleyball Putnam MIAILOVICH, BOB San Jose Business Administration Smyth MICKAEL, PETE San Marino Business Administration Skull Keys, Winged Helmet, Triune Psi Upsilon MONTGOMERY, JOHN Whittier Business Administration Delta Upsilon NICHOLAS, FRED Atherton Business Administration Phi Gamma Delta NICHOLAS, WHITNEY Los Angeles Business Administration Soph. Class VP, Yell Leader, Megaphone Society, COB, Rally and Games Com. Delta Tau Delta NIXON, JIM Oakland Business Administration Alpha Kappa Lambda OSBORN, PAUL National City Production Management Golden Guard Lambda Chi Alpha PARENT, DAVE Sacramento Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa PETERSON, DARYL Burlingame Business Administration UPB, Literature Club, Yacht Club PIHL, STANLEY Albany Business Administration POIRIER, RAYMOND Martinez Business Administration Alpha Kappa Lambda ROACH, WILLIAM San Francisco Business Administration Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma SCHMID, WILLIAM San Francisco Business Administration Phi Kappa Tau SCHORR, CHARLES Berkeley Business Administration Sigma Pi TUCK, WILLIAM Hillsborough Business Administration Class Council, 130 ' s Basketball, YR, Newman Club Phi Delta Theta WILDE, HAL Millbrae Business Administration Alpha Sigma Phi WILSON, ROBERT Berkeley Business Administration ASUC Organizational Structure ASUC CABINET VOTING MEMBERS ASUC President — Chairman 1st Vice-President 2nd Vice-President FSB IRB AWS MEB SSB UPB Pub. Bd. P PR D. C. Class Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Rep. Presidents NON VOTING MEMBERS NSA Ex. Dir. ASUC SENATE VOTING MEMBERS ASUC President — Chairman 1st Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Seven ASUC Representatives-At-Large Sorority Rep. Fraternity Rep. Men ' s Residence Rep. Women ' s Residence Rep. Men ' s Co-op Rep. Women ' s Co-op Rep. Two Commuters Rep. Faculty Rep. Chancellor Rep. Alumni Rep. NON VOTING MEMBERS NSA Rep. D. C. Rep. Ex. Dir. Need for a large student center was recognized shortly after World War II and now, for the first time since the 1930 ' s, the Berkeley campus has a student center adequately suited to its needs. to the beliefs of many tax-payers, the building was completely financed by private gifts and student fees. The purpose of the Union is to a center for student life in the midst of a diversified and busy campus. The facilities range from a bowling alley in the basement to a room on the roof. Future plans include an auditorium-theatre and a student office building. The headquarters for the ASUC and other related organizations are located here. The ASUC a complete staff to manage and direct the wide range of student and non-student activities in the Center. These activities include: student government functions, musical presentations, films, dances, varied recreational programs, banquets, and conferences. The wonderful array of facilities encourages greater participation in student organizations and With the Union as a center of activity the students now have the opportunity to become more of a unified group within the University. With the building of the new Student Union, the University has matched the academic facilities of the campus with equally fine facilities for cultural, social, and recreational development. Union Model Events were scheduled throughout the week. In the Bear ' s Lair such entertainment as Los Flamencos de la Bodega, the Goodtime Washboard Three, and the Red Garter Band were featured. In the Pauley Ballroom, a film on " The Berlin Crisis, " a panel discussion between News commentator Fulton Lewis III, ASUC Rep-at-Large Ken Cloke, and Professor Morris Heyman on the " House on Un-American Activities, " and the Charter Day Banquet occurred. Union Birthday Party The Student Union celebrated its first birthday this spring. A wee k of activities was scheduled. On Monday, the Cake Cutting Ceremony opened the week while on Friday Charter Day which featured President Kennedy climaxed the calendar of events. The Student Union which opened March 19, 1961 was a dream come true after thirteen years of planning. " Clark Kerr, as made student welfare his number one concern. He initiated action, stimulated planning and guided the building campaign over the years. " according to a 1961 Daily Californian editorial. On Monday, the Cake Cutting Ceremony was held in the Heller Lounge. ASUC President Brian Van Camp officiated. The Senior Men ' s Octet and the Band appeared. The Bear ' s Lair featured, on Thursday, the Goodtime Washboard Three. On Tuesday, in the Bear ' s Lair, the Spanish Folksingers Los Flamencos de la Bodega entertained. The Barbary Coastmen were seen in the Bear ' s Lair on Wednesday. Heller Lounge was the scene of the Cake Ceremony. Stephens Room featured a coffee hour with History Professor Armin Rappoport as the guest speaker. According to Nancy Holland, Chairman of Union Program Board, " Before we had the New Student Union, campus life was decentralized. Students went from Dwineville Plaza to the Stevens Union or off campus to relax. Now we have a single focal point to unite campus life. " Jean Redpath, a folksinger, appeared in the Heller Lounge on Tuesday. ASUC Associated Students University of California Berkeley, California Student Center BRIAN VAN CAMP, President LARRY BEYERSDORF, First Vice President DOROTHY AHLBURG, Second Vice President The year 1961-62 was one of unprecedented expansion and adjustme nt for the ASUC. Since this was the first complete year in our new Student Union, we were faced with continuous adjustments in our structure as well as the responsibility to expand our programs to fill the Union with the activity for which it was designed. The change in the University ' s recognition policy was a boon to the ASUC, for it meant that we incorporated thirty additional groups into our organization. Our year was characterized by starting new programs and improving old ones. Some important " firsts " initiated this year were the Cal Prep orientations program, the Operation Understanding and ASUC Peace Corps Committee, the Great Issues of the Day speakers program to ensure that all sides of an issue are presented, the Hyde Park area of the Plaza for free speech, the establishment of the ASUC Cabinet, the political supplement of the Daily Cal, the work-study program, the Union Anniversary Week, and the Arts Festival Week. The Big C Circus was revived after ten years, and the Parents and University Days were expanded. Cal Camp for underprivileged children was enlarged and became a joint venture with the Davis student body. The International Week ' s program was also increased over last year ' s event. The Executive Committee served the campus by campaigning for, and obtaining, cafeteria service on Sundays, securing study rooms during non-library hours, and many similar services. In the political arena, the Executive Committee saw many pitched battles on several major topics. We came out in favor of the Kerr Directives; discussed the discount store, honor system, and in loco parentis; opposed compulsory ROTC and the ban on Communist speakers on campus; worked for a cleaner, funnier Pelican, and welcomed President Kennedy. Looking to the future, the Executive Committee laid the groundwork for student government under the trimester system, and drafted plans for the new ASUC Office Building. Probably the most significant step taken this year was the completion of the executive-legislative split, after fourteen years of trying. I look forward to a more representative legislature and a more efficient governing process as a result of this change. In sum, the Associated has enjoyed a fruitful year of growth and advancement for the year 1961-62 Brian R. Van Camp ASUC President Brian Van Camp President The President As prescribed by the Constitution, " the president of the Association must be a member of the senior class during his term of office. He shall be elected by a majority vote of the members of the Association during the spring semester of each year. " Brian Van Camp served as ASUC President this year. His term of office included both the spring and fall semesters. The President of the ASUC is the chief executive officer of the Association. He presides at the meetings of the Association, Executive Committee, and the Finance Committee. Sub-committees are appointed by the president. Not only is he a voting member of Executive Committee, but also an ex-officio member of the subordinate organizations of the Association. With the approval of Executive Committee, he makes the necessary appointments. The Constitution, also, gives the president the power to call Association meetings and elections. Larry Beyersdorf First Vice-President Dottie Ahlburg Second Vice-President The Vice Presidents The vice presidency, which under the ASUC Constitution is held by two persons, one man and one woman, is occupied this year by Larry Beyersdorf, First Vice-President, and Dottie Ahlburg, Second Vice-President. Both vice-presidents are voting members on Ex Corn. In the event of the disability of the president, the first vice-president performs the duties of the president. Also, the first vice-president is a voting member of Finance Committee. The main duties of the second vice-president include being the official of the association and the chairman of Activities Planning Committee. She is, also, responsible for promoting student relations with the administration and the faculty. NEWLY ELECTED SPRING REPRESENTATIVES-AT-LARGE — Left to Right: Ray Sweet, Hugh Johnson. Representatives-At-Large The voting members on Executive Committee who most closely represent the voting members of the ASUC are the eight This is due mainly to the fact that they are the legislative branch of the ASUC; thus they must be aware of the students ' feelings and needs in order to initiate legislation. They attain their closeness to the constituency through a recently system which entails the division of the University student body into eight equal groups. Each group is composed of a cross section of the students; therefore, each representative is responsible for fraternities, sororities, resident halls, and co-ops. Their main contact with the Independents is through the Council. The Representatives for Fall 1961 were Ken Cloke, Ed Germain, John Grissim, Roger Hollander, Jack Merritt, Mike Tigar, Sue Shaw, and Pete Steiner. Representatives for Spring 1962 included Ken Cloke, Ed Germain, Roger Hollander, Hugh Johnson, Mel Levine, Jack Meritt, Ray Sweet, and Pete Steiner. REPRESENTATIVES-AT-LARGE — Left to Right, Row One: Jack Merritt, Sue Shaw, Pete Steiner, Roger Hollander. Standing: Ed Germain. ASUC Permanent Personnel AUXILIARY ENTERPRISE — Left to Right, Row One: Ruth DuFrane, Ted Chenowith, Carol Ince. Row Two: Ed Kirwan, Lee Cooper, Bill Ellsworth, Andy Dorsey, Chuck Maas, Garth Blier, Stone. ACTIVITIES PERSONNEL — Left to Right, Row One: Geraldine Becker, Walter Frederick, Ted Chenowith. Row Two: Barry Olivier, Forrest Tregea, James Robert Commanday, Charles Maas. Forrest Tregea Executive Director Forrest Tregea is the Chief Executive Officer of the ASUC Permanent Personnel. He has held this position since 1960. Ted Chenowith, who joined the ASUC as Business Manager in October of 1960, has accepted a job as manager of research service for the inorganic materials division at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory. Although the ASUC is a student operated organization, its officers find it necessary to hire a professional full-time administrative department for smoother functioning of this organization and for long range planning. The ASUC now has a yearly income of more than two million dollars. Its full time staff members number approximately seventy-five Besides the ASUC Store, this full time staff is in charge of such offices and departments as the Executive Director ' s Office, the Student Activities Office, the Office, the Department of Graphic Arts, and the Offices of Accounting and Business Affairs. Music Societies and and Personnel are also under their jurisdiction. Ted Chenowith Business Manager STUDENT COMMITTEE ON EDUCATIONAL POLICY — Left to Right: David Rusk, Gil Roy, John Grissim, Larry Green, Virginia Grab, Phil Branch. ACTIVITIES PLANNING COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Susan Frieder, Diane Pisculic, Jim Floming, Jackie Ryan, Judy Booth, Dottie Ahlburg, Arlene Voal, Jeff Kessler. Row Two: Peg Davies, Karen Okelberry, Bob Black, Barry McGough, Dean Beard. STUDENT FORUM — Left to Right: Nell Irvin, Richard Desser. The Student Committee on Educational Policy, composed of students and a faculty advisor, has three main goals: (1) T o provide an opportunity for students to learn the how ' s and why ' s of the academic area. (2) To enable students to understand the University in order to translate their knowledge to the public. (3) To serve as a responsible student sounding board on current matters within the academic area. Sue Shaw headed this committee. The Activities Planning Committee is a board which is responsible for coordinating all of the activities within the ASUC. Under the chairmanship of Dottie Ahlburg, the APC tried to achieve its aim by means of discussions and by the elimination of duplications in the activities program. The Daily Californian Consultative Board is responsible for examining the newspaper ' s news coverage and for reviewing its day to day policies. This board recommends any changes or expansions in the reporting of events and approves all appointments. The Student Forum, headed by Richard Desser, is defined as a " debating society. " It has the unique distinction of being able to assemble students for the discussion of unlimited topics. The main function of the Union Advisory Board chaired by Larry Beyersdorf, is to give advice to the Executive Committee concerning the operation of the Student Union. It is composed of three students at large, an administrative representative, the Director, the ASUC President and three non voting members. DAILY CALIFORNIAN CONSULTATIVE BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: Judy Meyers, Prof. James Cason, Prof. Richard M. Buxbaum, AI Hyman, Walter Frederick, George Alvarado-Ramirez. Row Two: Gary Randall, Frank Jeans, Mike Cummings, Pete Marx. Code. Williams. UNION ADVISORY — Left to Right: Larry Beyersdorf, Virginia Al Puckett, Norma Cantin, Forrest Tregea, Dave Gardner. Absent: Dean Arleigh Williams, Prof. Milton Chernin, Dave Hakman, Ray Sweet. Taylor. Judicial Committees The STUDENT JUDICIAL is composed of the from Men ' s and Women ' s Committees. The judicial powers of the committee are to carry out the rules and regulations of the the duly approved by-laws of the subordinate organizations of the and to such matters of conduct as may be delegated by the chancellor of the university. The committee also investigates and acts upon violations of the constitution, and the rules and regulations of the Association. Upon the request of the E xecutive Committee, the Student Judicial Committee can give an opinion on any questions regarding proposed or enacted legislation of the Association. The chairman of the Men ' s Judicial Committee is automatically the chairman of the Student Judicial Committee, and likewise the chairman of Women ' s Committee is the vice chairman. The only between the two committees is that one handles the rules pertaining to the men students and the other keeps watch over the women. MEN ' S JUDICIAL COMMITTEE — Left to Right: Barry McGough, Morgan Fitzwater, Thomas Gross, Jim Elden, Roger Browning, Irving Zarrtsky. Absent: Ken Niederhans. STUDENT JUDICIAL COMMITTEE — Left to Right: Unidentified, Pete Green, Doris Kahn, Sharay Jacobson, Beverly Bates, Paul Hoffman. WOMEN ' S JUDICIAL COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Penny Becker, Leslie Knoles, Judith Richards, Meg Jenson, Sandy Boles, Ellaine Quaschnick, Patricia Jackson. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Judy Binsacca, Sue Shaw, Brian Van Camp, Dottie Ahlburg, Susan Webb, Dean Katherine Towle, Mrs. Gerry Becker. Row Two: Jeff Pauley, Pete Steiner, Jack Merritt, Roger Kaufman, Kin Clike, Roger Hollander, Terry Timmins, John Gissim, Dr. Armin Rappaport, Mike Tigar, Ed Germain, Mr. Forrest Tregea, Ray Sweet, Dennis Tavernetti. Absent: Larry Byersdorf, Frank Jeans. Executive Committee THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE is a legislative and the final administrative authority of the Associated of the University of California. Its main functions are: to appoint all executives, officials and employees of the Association; it has final authority in the supervision and direction of the properties and policies of the It also approves the by-laws of all the organizations of the Association. The voting members are the elected officers of the ASUC and the faculty alumnae and the Chancellor ' s representative. In a student organization as large as the Associated Students of the University of California, a finance is very necessary and plays a very important part. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE is responsible for and preparations of the budgets for the many ASUC activities. It is also responsible for the ASUC funds. It recommends expenditures and of such funds to the Executive Committee. It is composed of the ASUC president and vice president, two representatives at large, representatives for the Chancellor, alumnae, and faculty, and the Business Manager of the University. Finance Committee FINANCE COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Brian Van Camp, Susan H. Shaw, Pete Steiner. Row Two: Larry Beyersdorf, Ginni Secretary; Ed Germain, Milo Whitney Smith, Dean Katherine Towle, Forrest E. Tregea, Executive Director. Functional Services Board FUNCTIONAL SERVICES BOARD — Left to Right: Tom Shelton, Hank Wolney. FU NCTIONAL SERVICES BOARD — Left to Right: Len Kutnik, Jim Sherk, Terry Timmins, Blake Sonne. CONSTITUTION COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Dick Dunham, Kathie Shelton, Tom Shelton. Row Two: Don Goldstein, Dave Perry, Mike Graham, Joe Shields. Absent: Donna Blis, Sherry Cummings. The CONSTITUTION COUNCIL, along with the Auxiliary Enterprise Board and the Secretariat, is under the Functional Services Board. The main duties of the Constitution Council are to aid new organizations in their constitutions and bylaws, to be responsible for the codification of ASUC policies and proceedures as passed by the Ex Com, and to review the constitution and of ASUC-sponsored organizations. The AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES BOARD recommends to Ex Com policies for all of the revenue-producing enterprises of the The voting members are six students and the Executive Director. The two permanent secretaries, typing and duplication services to the student governmental offices of the ASUC, takes minutes at various committee or board meetings, and assists student officers with outside correspondence. The FUNCTIONAL SERVICES BOARD, led by Terry Timmins, is the co-ordinating head for an organization of committees whose main duties are to facilitate and expedite the various governmental functions and services of the University and to supervise and direct the operations of the activity groups represented thereon. Such committees as Constitution Council, Auxiliary Enterprises Board, Elections Council, Polls Council, and Activities Personnel serve to carry out the above stated goals. The members of the Functional Services Board are the chairmen of the different and organizations which function under the Board ' s jurisdiction. These councils and committees aid the students, the ASUC, and the University in their day-to-day activities. AUXILIARY ENTERPRISE BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: W. S. Philip J. Halverson, Hank Wolny, Julie Noyes, Mary Royce Spitzer. Row Two: Stephen Gunther, Ray Sweet, Roger Macray, Kathy Speth, Paul Delaney. SECRETARIAT — Left to Right: Kay Troudale, Kathy Weinstein. ELECTIONS COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Rene Oschin, Vicki Stevens, Bev Ballou, Nan Konig. Row Two: Chester Raney, Harry Len Kutnik, chairman; Rich Leslie, Rick Rust, Steve Johnson. Absent: C. John Ralph, Dave Gomberg, Pam Hunt, Karen Gale, Bonnie Kramer. POLLS COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Jim Sherk, Margaret Matthews, Julie Dickson, Sue Smith, Jo Ann Hallberg, Sandy Hugh Gordon. Functional Services The ELECTIONS COUNCIL is a committee on the Functional Services Board. The main duties of this council is to recruit students from the student body in order to run the election polls, to oversee the elections as a whole, and to instruct the on the procedures of elections. The busiest times of the year for these students are December and May. At the request of the ASUC Executive Co mmittee, the POLLS COUNCIL conducts a poll of the student population. Executive is thus cognizant of student sentiment and can legislate in the best interests of the student body. Australian Ballot ? ACTIVITIES PERSONNEL COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Kathy Tracy, Gail Van Winkle, Cindy Coltrin, Sheri Vetter. Row Two:. George Cooke, Rosemary Shelton, Blake Sonne, Katy Holcombe, Jim Najarian. Absent: Roger Macray Board The ACTIVITIES PERSONNEL COUNCIL, under Kathy Holcome, is a branch of the Services Board. Their main function is to acquaint students who are interested in joining ASUC activities with the chairmen of their activities. Students are asked to their particular interests on questionnaires which can be found in the activities office of the Student Union. Positions are open in the fields of publications, spirit groups, service inte rnational relations, art, drama, music and literature. Because of the success of the fair the previous year, the ACTIVITIES FAIR was held this year in for the second time in two years. There was a greater participation on the part of the students this year plus the fact that there were about 5000 freshmen coming into the school for the first time, who found the fair an important event in their chance to see what Cal is like, and what activities were open to them here. Each group had its own table, and back drops were available to groups who wanted them. These made it possible for the groups to make creative and decorative displays. To avoid confusion on everyone ' s part, programs were printed telling where each group was located, and the time special events were to occur. The special features were a beauty contest, creating an Activities Queen, free coffee and donuts throughout the day, and an booth where programs were passed out. In general, the Activities Fair was very successful and helpful. International Relations Board INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: C. M. Martin, Leslie Gottlieb, Susan Webb, Liz Solinsky, Nancy Robarts. Row Two: Tom Mock, Dennis Tavernetti, Harvey Williams, Steve Absent: Mike Moore, Bob Wersen. The purpose of the INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS BOARD is to promote and coordinate all activities of an international It is composed of the chairman and vice-president of its councils: Overseas Information, World University, Orientation and Host, Affiliation, High School Model United Nations, College Model United Nations, Far East Desk, and Travel. This year Understanding, which is co-sponsored by the ASUC and Stiles Hall, was included under the Affiliation Council of I.R.B. WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Carolyn Pecoraro, Charleen Case, Anette Petersen, Jean Ray, Linda Carter, Sheila North. Row Two: Thep Himathongkham, Lynne Sullivan, Harvey Williams, Sue Porkrass, Pat Hull, Dick Kant, Susan Ohlsen, Penny Boomer. Absent: Lesley Podersky, Harriet Stark, Rich Cairns, Dirk Scheimer. FOREIGN HOST AND — Left to Right, Row One: Ann Mayhew, Laurie Washburn, Chairman; Poppy Copeland. Row Two: Bob du Pont, Nancy Kull, Julie Thomas, Lydia Perlman, Gary Watson. Absent: Anne McCarthy, Sally Mage, Lynn Cary, Judy Susie Sokol. AFFILIATIONS COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Gretchen Garrison, Poppy Copeland. Row Two: Cynthia Bennett, Pat Sue Grimes, Leslie Gottleib, George Tyrogalas. Row Three: Mohsen Pazirandeh, Firooz Rufeh, Nancy Roberts, Byron Row Four: Alan Tan, Harvey Williams, Steve Whilden, Peter Bratakos. The AFFILIATION COMMITTEE is a member of I.R.B. The committee was with two major projects this year, International Week and a general program of seminars and meetings to more closely acquaint students with various areas of the world. The purpose of the FOREIGN ORIENTATIONS AND HOST COMMITTEE is to further a better understanding between American and students through personal knowledge and friendship. They worked to accomplish this by such projects as inviting foreign students to visit the Bay Area, and helping to promote friendships between American and foreign students. HIGH SCHOOL MODEL UNITED NATIONS — Left to Right, Row One: Carol Hartgogian, John Zerolis, Peter Augenthaler, Marsha Bratten, Yvonne Nunan. Row Two: Pat Gorton, Leslie Gottlieb, Ralph Haight, Neil Hoffman, Eloise Farley, Pat Chapman. Absent: Colleen Eldridge, Rich Cairns, Barbara Rhodes, Bonnie Levin, Sandy Breaum, Jini Gail Harrison. LATIN AMERICAN COUNCIL — Left to Right: Firooz Rufeh, Betty Mohsen Pazirandeh, Nancy Roberts, Steve Whilden, Nancy Debbie Chamberlain. The COLLEGE MODEL UNITED NATIONS, an of students from nine western states, is dedicated to a better understanding of the potentialities and limitations of the United Nations. After months of study, students gather at the secretariat each year for sessions that accurately duplicate the actual United Nations situations, with each school representing a member The HIGH SCHOOL MODEL UNITED NATIONS open to all undergraduates, plans and puts on the annual High School Model United Nations Conference held in February. The purpose of the conference is to promote interest in and of the United Nations among the participating high school students. The TRAVEL COUNCIL has two main purposes. The first is to encourage student travel and interest in foreign countries. This is accomplished by sponsoring movies and informal discussions for those int erested. The second supplements the first — to have available information on work, study, and travel abroad at the office in 104 Eshelman. TRAVEL COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Becky O ' Brien, Liz Sue Grimes, Mary Plancherel, Lynn Gentner. Row Two: Diana Sherman, Colette Bruvry, Sheila Morshea, Heidi Fairfield, Cathy Turner, Sue Schuller, Janet Battistini. Absent: Laverne Marcotte. COLLEGE MODEL UNITED NATIONS — Left to Right, Row ONE: Judy Bryer, Sharon Malerstein, Bob Wersen, Sharon Moses, Dorothy Kathen. Row Two: Joel Fisher, David Duke, John Denyes, Mike Armstrong, Bob Wolfson, Nancy De Natale, Larry Baunach, Susan Bull. Row Three: Mike Moore, Ed Levine. International Fair International Week, the main project of the Affiliations Council, took place from March 28 until April 8. Many interesting activities concerning foreign nations took place. One of the highlights of this week was the Exhibition. This was a two-day exhibition in the Pauley Ballroom. Many foreign student groups were represented by exhibi tions of their country ' s arts and crafts and educational material. Each represented provided entertainment including and dancing. There was also an International Dinner. This year the dinner was sponsored by World University Service and the U.C. Indian Students Association. It took place in the Pauley Ballroom on the last day of the fair. The menu and entertainment were characteristic of Indian hospitality. During International Week, international films were provided by each foreign student group. They were shown on weekends in the Student Union. Another highlight of International Week was the Conference. The Affiliations Council invited the members of the Committee on the National Goals. Each speaker spoke and led a seminar in his particular field of interest. The Conference was opened with a University meeting addressed by an international figure. Foreign students were encouraged to participate, since an attempt was made to relate U. S. national goals to the national goals of their own countries. Other groups, also, presented social functions, films, lectures, seminars, and presentations with Affiliations. For example, the various desks of Operation Understanding were allowed to show what they had been doing at the International Fair. Most of the detail work of the exhibitions was done by the different groups working on each program. Council worked in a supervisory capacity, doing all the jobs which the others were unable to handle, and handled all the publicity. Operation Understanding OPERATION UNDERSTANDING is a new program, started this fall under the joint sponsorship of the and Stiles Hall. Its purposes are threefold. First, by way of presentation of speakers and seminar programs, it endeavored to create a greater awareness, within the University community, concerning the problems, economics, and cultures of the many newly nations. Secondly, Operation Understanding merges the foreign student and the American student by having committees divided on a half and half basis, working on projects of common interest. The third purpose of this program was to recruit, select, train and place UC students in positions of study or employment in the newly emerging nations. The project was headed by the Executive Board with equal representation from the faculty, Stiles Hall, and the ASUC. Area desks were established to handle the programs concered with the various geographical areas. Full time staff members were Art Speigle, the Executive Director, and Mary Galloway. OPERATION UNDERSTANDING EXECUTIVE BOARD — Left to Right: Mr. Van Drysen Kennedy, Linda Walcott, Mike Moore, Steve Whildes, Art Spligle, Doug Collins, Mary Galloway, Mary Jane Shepard, Mr. William Davis, Mr. Arleigh Williams, Mr. David Atper. Absent: Mr. Sheridan Wanids, Mr. Paul Taylor, Nancy Roberts. Ind-Us Desk Africa Desk MIDDLE EAST DESK — Left to Right, Row One: Julia Chang, Gil Henry Wu, Kathi Holmes, Alan Tan, Steve Whilden. One of the area desks created under Operation is the Africa Desk. This year AFRICA DESK initiated a " Teachers for Africa " program which orients, and places competent Americans in positions throughout Africa. Africa Desk also helps to provide summer opportunities for students to work and travel in Africa. Members of Africa Desk host visitors to the campus. Also, the desk presents visiting dignitaries and experts on Africa in public and discussion groups. The second area desk is the INDIA-UNITED STATES DESK. This desk is composed of a group of Indian and American students who sponsor public affairs lectures and discussion groups involving distinguished Indian visitors. These programs provide an insight into current problems and the culture of India. For members of Ind-Us, there are a series of seminars comparing the institutions of India and the United States. Ind-Us, also, sponsors a weekly Hindu language luncheon. The third desk, MIDDLE EAST DESK, is composed of American and Middle Eastern students who hope to combine resources to promote interest and a sense of cooperation between the United States and various nations of the Middle East. The Middle East Desk aims to bring students together in a sustained series of academic as well as informal developing common interests and relationships. The Middle East Desk ' s program will not only stimulate awareness here at Berkeley, but will also provide an orientation for Americans who desire first-hand in the Middle East. MEN ' S EXECUTIVE BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: Philip Daro, Roger Kauffman, Chuck Mahakian, Steve Millich. Row Two: Robert Van Ness, Mike Cook. Roger Kauffman Fall Chairman Men ' s Board MEN ' S EX BOARD, under the chairmanship of the Men ' s Rep, serves three functions in the ASUC. It men ' s activities, discusses current legislation before Ex Comm and proposes new legislation to go to Ex Comm. The members of Men ' s Ex Board represent a cross section of campus life. The members are of Interfraternity Council, Men ' s J Comm, Men ' s Rally Comm., Alpha Phi Omega, Big " C " Circle " C, " YMCA, Co-op Association, Residence Halls, and the class councils. Stiles Hall STILES HALL — Left to Right, Row One: Norman Lobdell, Peter Bickel, John Griffiths, Joe Paff, Art Park, Ken Scholtz, Geoffrey Chandler, Burnis Tuck. Row Two: William J. Davis, Bill Sommerville, Charles Palmerlee, Paul McKaskle, Rodney Kirk, Stanley Vukovich, Cecil Thomas. Operation Understanding is the new undertaken by STILES HALL in international relations while Adventure Tours is the project for extending the of children with ability or latent ability in higher education. One of the primary goals of Operation is to create an awareness in American students of the need for closing the gap which exists between American and students. Not only is Stiles Hall this by acquainting students with the field of international relations, but also by finding qualified students for placement in the Peace Corps, and by screening and placing students in summer travel programs. AWS — Left to Right, Row One: Donna Brown, Jo Ann Kubasck, Marny Sitlinger, Meg Jenson, Dottie Ahlburg, Donna Hartman, Judi Richards, Judy Kysh. Row Two: Carolynn Ballard, Moni Van Camp, Carole Anderson, Jan Cave, Eve Nakano, Mrs. Nelly, Kathie Blackman, Karen Okelberry, Peg Davis, Marty Hege. Row Three: Alice Krimsky, Lynn Waterman, Pam Newmark, Mrs. Chilbon. Associated Women Students The ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS is an organization of all the women students of the University. The Board is composed of a group of women representing the various activities and organizations on campus. Some of the positions from campus life which appear on the board are the ASUC second vice president, women ' s and representatives from WDA, Oski Dolls, Panhellenic Council, YWCA, and WAA. Its main purposes are to promote the intellectual welfare, and activities of the women students by co-ordinating the programs which are of to women students. Among the functions are the revision and application of women ' s lockout rules, publication of the AWS Handbook, the Little Sister program, Women ' s Week, and the hosting of the Western Regional IAWS which was held at the University this year. UNIVERSITY Y.W.C.A. — Left to Right, Row One: Susan Jennings, Ellen Davenport, Leone Terry, Judy Meunier, Margaret Simpson, Carol Parsons. Row Two: Judy Ball, Nancy Cornet, Barbara Beall, Kathie Korts, Kathy Wilkinson, Marjorie Reis, Barbara St. Amant, Jeanne Bettersworth. Row Three: Brunette Wolfman, Caroline Luton, Donna Brown, Susan Smith, Mrs. Jefferson Larkey, Helen Howe, Anne Kern. YWCA The theme of many UNIVERSITY YWCA groups this year was building inter-personal relations. The Cabinet discussed Martin Buber ' s books, I and Thou and The Way of Man; the motivation project took minority group fifth graders from the Berkeley schools on " adventure tours " to cultural and historical points of interest; and the Inter-ethnic Relations group began its study of prejudice. Traditional programs of community service, love and marriage discussions and worship and religious expression were supplemented by the student-faculty, Asilomar and spring conferences. Evi Nakano AWS President Women ' s Day Fashion Show Fall AWS Fashion Show Women ' s Week is an affair planned annually by the A W S Board. In past years there has been only a Women ' s Day, but it has recently been expanded into a Women ' s Week. Its main purpose is to bring women on the campus together through several mutually activities. Every May this one week is set aside for women students. The activities are designed to appeal to many areas of interest. The usual activities include a faculty coffee hour, the Women ' s Day fashion show, the Campus King contest, and a program of exchanges. Women ' s Day Women ' s Day is the most important day of Women ' s Week. On this last day of the week, after a series of coffee hours, dinner exchanges, and other activities, the Campus King contest and fashion show are featured. The organized living groups on campus sponsor in the contest and also the models in the show. All campus women are invited to watch the festivities while they eat their lunches. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS — Left to Right, Row One: Mary Martha Lundy, Judi Richards, June Bender. Row Two: Ramona Shadi, Pat Tate, Betsy Rogers, Judy Titus, Margie Jan Smith. Ned Averbuck Campus King Student Services Board STUDENT SERVICES BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: Louann Diane Sandoval, Terry Gillman, Jeff Palley, Grace Kennedy, Karl Kreplin. The STUDENT SERVICES BOARD, under the chairmanship of Jeff Palley, is one of the most complicated organizations correlated with student activities. The Board is comprised of Cal Council, which planned and directed the annual Activities Fair; Special Projects Council, which planned bus tours of San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area; and the Student Community Relations Council, which investigated the Fair Bear Wage Contract and the Placement Center. Commuters-Independents Council is also under the jurisdiction of Student Services Board and serves the commuters in an effort to form them into a more unified group on campus. CAL COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Cathy Evans, Louann Gay O ' Malley. Row Two: Sue Frager, Marilyn Morris, Pauline Vignolo, Judy Booth. STUDENT COMMUNITY RELATIONS — Grace Kennedy. The STUDENT COMMUNITY COUNCIL, headed by Grace is primarily concerned with the of the student to local employers. SCRC has been active in developing the Fair Bear Wage program, which provides student with a minimum wage and hour SCRC is also initiating a study of the placement center ' s procedure for securing summer jobs for students. CAL COUNCIL is a spirit group whose main activity is the organization of the Fair, a semesterly event which displays the activities of all campus groups. The Fair the student with an opportunity to see firsthand what fields are open to him. The Council ' s primary purpose is to try and end apathy among California students. SPECIAL PROJECTS COUNCIL activities for which there is no special committee. The Council has been specially interested in organizing student bus tours to local places of interest and arranging shuttle buses to various parts of California during the holidays. SPECIAL PROJECTS — Left to Right, Row One: Katy Wickes, Pam Ruth Ann Clapper, Diane chairman, Susan Jennings, Susan Mondan, Mary Stiles. THE COMMUTER-INDEPENDENT COUNCIL fills the gap in campus representation with social and opportunities for independent students. As part of the Student Services Board, the Council was organized in response to the needs of students without living group associations. Realizing that it is often difficult for who live at home to meet fellow students because of the lack of an organized living group with organized social functions, the Council hopes to fill the void by sponsoring social activities and providing services such as lockers, chartered buses, and car pools. Membership is voluntary and open to any independent student. The Symphony, Ballet and plays are regular fare for the numerous economy minded students who take advantage of the theatre-going opportunities made available by the U. C. USHERING Members of the council operate the booth in Eshleman Court where students obtain tickets which allow them to exchange their services as ushers for the right to attend theatrical ranging from the productions of local groups to the presentations of national and international road companies. USHERING COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Nancy Scott, Gertrude Roche. Row Two: Newell K. Muirbrook, Thomas Schmugge, David Johnson, Alan Pasternak. COMMUTERS-INDEPENDENTS — Left to Right, Row One: Terri Corbelli, Luceen La Torre, Luzanne Guidici, Craig Fox, Daryl Dreplin, Waller, Mike Nelson, Karen Mackenzie. Row Two: Brooks Reid, Martha Dizon, Julie O ' Connell, Bob Nannizzi, Maria Biola, Bill Hubert, Mike Conners, Fred Feusse, Linda Gianella. Union Program Board THE UNION PROGRAM BOARD underwent its second year as a board under the Associated Students of the University of California, by Ray Sweet this year. The main purposes of this board are to provide cultural, social, recreational, and educational programs for the Cal body. The Union Program Board does this mainly by co-ordinating the activities of its committees: literature, music, art, movies, public affairs, special events, and recreation. UNION PROGRAM BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: Jim Clark, Nancy Holland, Hilary Hale, Ray Sweet, Nancy Taylor. Row Two: Rex Ghormley, Helene Glickfeld, June Bender, Sherie Bender, Patty O ' Hara, Shirley Nielsen, Lynn Grosser, Rosemary Green, Charles Alan Jones. ART COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Bill Withuhn, Helene Glickfeld, Suzanne Adam, Nancy Staw. Row Two: Sue Trieble, Michelle Dee Hyman, Jane Downer, Frieda Plotkin, Anne Mayhew. LITERATURE COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Shirley Nielsen, chairman, Janet Primm, Peter Fio, Pam Effenbeck, Hilde Pachanec. Absent: Daryl Peterson, Joan Payne. UNION PROGRAM BOARD MUSIC — Left to Right: Suzanne Lacy, Chris Ronay, Sherie Bender, Sharon Miner, Marge Fidler, Ann The LITERATURE COMMITTEE has sponsored a series of events this year which include a reading of short stories by Albert an autograph party with Mrs. Theodora Krober, author of " Ishi, " the featured guest, and a campus literary contest. The Art Committee, along with the Literature and Music Committees, is under the Union Program Board. The ART COMMITTEE ' S most important duty is to choose paintings to decorate the Library and the Student Union. The purpose of the MUSIC COMMITTEE is to provide musical events for the ASUC. Some of these events are music lectures, concerts, folk song coffee hours, and such events as " Cal Night at the Opera. " All of these committees are accessible for membership to any student in the University by simply applying at the Student Union. SPECIAL EVENTS — Left to Right: Dick Gaskill, Anne Perkins, Judy Morgan, Joan Abramson, Lani Ingham, Charles Jones. Absent: Karen Starn, Sue White, Eric Lundstrom, Jessie Cotkin. The purpose of the Special Events Committee is to provide programs of special interest in the Student Union. The Committee has been responsible for the securing of big name entertainment for campus events and the arrangement of special concerts. A secondary, but most useful, purpose of the Committee is that of maintaining a talent file of student performers. Another function of the annual Student Union anniversary celebrations. The Recreation Committee of the Union Program Board is for developing an activities program for the New Student Union. The Committee is also responsible for the supervision of all activities taking place in the Union. Through their varied activities members help to fill the ever growing recreational needs of the campus The Public Affairs Committee, along with the Social and Movies Committees, is a group under the auspices of the Union Program Board. The main purpose of the Public Affairs Committee is to provide a means of between students interested in public affairs. In fulfilling this goal the committee aranges such t hings as speakers, debates, and discussions on Public Affairs. RECREATION — Left to Right: Rex Ghormley, Melanie Stoof, Joan Gordon, Marilyn Shain, Mike Halloran. PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Jane Preston, Ray Goddard, Patricia O ' Hara, Mary Alyce Carpenter, Paula Daly. Row Two: Linda Schmidt, Bryce Holcombe. The purpose of the Social Committee is to plan a program of social events to interest the students. In they institute a series of activities such as Coffee hours and Department Coffee hours. The Movies Committee provides for the students a program of outstanding and novel films having both entertainment and educational value. SOCIAL — Left to Right: Barry Patton, Sandra Fields, Rosemary Green, Carolyn Means, Roger Phillips. Absent: Mary Dunn, Paula Conser, Kay Zimmer. MOVIES COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Karen Marti Dent. Row Two: Nancy Haberman, Linda Carruth. Row Three: Lynn Grosser, Henry Herrera, Cynthia Tse. Trude Schroeder Pelican 1961 Maid of Cotton A senior English major, Trude Schroeder was selected as the Pelican 1961 Maid of Cotton. During her sophomore year, Trude was Soph Doll. While Trude has been at Cal, she has participated on the Campus Tours committee and in teaching at the blind school, a part of the YWCA volunteer One of her ambitions after graduation is to teach blind children. Trude was sponsored for the contest by her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. Walter Frederick Manager Publications PUBLICATIONS OFFICE STAFF — Left to Right: Raymonde Adams, Connie Johnson, Diana Bradley. " Don ' t you have 50 cents? Would you mind going to Pub Office for change? " " Where ' s the addressograph? We have to mail these magazines TODAY! " " It ' s impossible to send these pictures without using grease Do you suppose that Pub Office has one to loan us? " These are some of the ordinary everyday problems presented to the Publications Office by the five campus publications — Daily Californian, Blue and Gold, Pelican, Cal Engineer, and Occident. Their more important duties include giving aid on production problems. In addition, Publications Office, under the direction of Walter Frederick, keeps a watchful eye on budgets and office activities. Eshleman Hall which houses the student publications was built in 1927 in memory of John M. Eshleman of the Class of 1902. Dede Lyman Eshleman Librarian Eshleman Library, located on the second floor of Eshleman Hall, is open to all publication members. FALL PUBLICATIONS BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: Walter Frederick, Elaine Henning, Bill Wong, Alex Stevens, David Leppaluto. Row Two: Judy Binsacca, Doug Kim, Connie Johnson, Kendra Mon, Ellen Dietschy, Jim Smith. Absent: Frank Jeans, Wendy Martin. Publications Board The Publications Board is composed of the Editor and Manager of each of the ASUC Publications, the Managing Editor of the Daily Californian, and the Manager, Walter Fredrick. With the California Engineer, the Blue and Gold, Daily Californian Managerial, and Occident on the second floor of Eshleman Hall, Daily Californian Editorial on the first floor of Eshleman, and the Pelican in its glamorous office building on beautiful Strawberry Creek, Publications Board serves as the medium of control and coordination for these far-flung enterprises. The chairman of the Board, who sits as a nonvoting member of Ex Com, was Judy Binsacca, Pelican Manager, duri ng the Fall semester, and Alex Stevens, Occident Editor, during the Spring semester. SPRING PUBLICATIONS BOARD — Left to Right: Alex Stevens, Doug Kim, Pat Marcovich, Clint Arr, Jim Smith, Kendra Mon, Jane Friedman, Elaine Henning, Bill Adams, Bill Wong, Walter Frederick, Kathy Whilden. The annual Publications Board Retreat during the spring semester was in Marin County. Such topics as staff Pelican and Publications Board reorganization, and publication progress reports were included on the agenda. Under the areas of control, Board By-laws were interpreted to have the power of reviewing the editorial and managerial policies of all publications. Within each publication, the manager and editor are required to submit written recommendations to Publications Board concerning Senior Staff appointments. ART BUREAU — Left to Right: Barbie Sally Griffin, Susie Raymond, Soehrens, Joan Blanchard, Pam May, Carlee Benteen, Julie De Roos. Peggy Young, Gretchen Aberle. Student Publicity and Public Relations Boards Steve Westfall Director NEWS BUREAU — Left to Right, Row One: Robin McConahy, Carol Hedquist, Marion Cutler, Madeline Bryant. Row Two: Meredith Reddal, Pat List, Lillian Fujimoto, Oski, June Sutherlin, Trisha Doyle, Bonnie Westburg, Pat Templeton. SPEAKERS BUREAU — Left to Right, Row One: Vern Salvador, Madelyn Sanborn, Nancy Terry, Dorothy Morris, Topper Gooch. Row Two: Tom Solinsky, Stu White, Fred Deal, Ross Hambly, Rex Jones. Row Three: Jim Schnable, Tom Pattinson, Russ Godt, Tom Markham, Jerry Rekers. UNIVERSITY DAY — Left to Right, Seated: Gail Newell. Standing: Craig Beckstead, Sharon Esterley, Jack Lundgren, Jane Logan, Mark Renella, Gloria Saltzman, Nick Bevilacqua, Karen Melikian. CAMPUS TOURS — Left to Right, Row One: Mary Ellen Boyle, Lilian Fujimoto, Pat List, Nickolas Bevilacqua, Cynthia Tse, Sue Herney, Wendy Slattero. Row Two: Trude Schroeder, Jan Smith, Trish Reilly, Meredith Westfall, Pat Sims, Steve Westfall. Elaine Henning Editor Blue and Gold In its early publishing years, The Blue and Gold was edited and managed by the Junior class. From 1875 to about 1914 this tradition of the Junior class was interrupted only once and this interval occurred in 1881 when Zeta Psi Fraternity published the Blue and Gold. Through the years, the size, shape, and appearance of the Blue and Gold has had much variety. The fiirst volume was a thin paperback. In the twenties the yearbook was 450 pages. Its present size has continued since 1925. Although the annual has changed materially in size and appearance since its inception in 1874, none of the succeeding volumes have departed from the original intention of the Board of Editors " for the purpose of giving other colleges and the world at large some information respecting more particularly the students and their various organizations. " Betsy Rogers Picture Editor Bruce Chang Art Eugene Djeu Cover Phil Branch Photo Editor, Layout Don Frank Sports Editor Suzy Shadinger Copy Editor Activities Editor Mary Frost Classes Editor Gail Newell Clubs and Societies Editor Barbara Thompson Index Editor Leroy Shiraishi Men ' s Living Groups Editor Dee Wilde Women ' s Living Groups Editor Roberta Hawk Office Manager Barbara Hardin Assistant Sports Lanny Hernandez Assistant Activities Jo Allyn Archambault Assistant Club and Societies Linda Christie Assistant Index Carol Brummerstedt JUNIOR EDITORS — Left to Right, Row One: Laurie Wu, Gail Newell. Row Two: Lanny Hernandez, Jo Allyn Archambault, Carol Brummerstedt, Barbara Thomson, Mary Frost. Toni Hatch Lettering FRESHMAN STAFF — Left to Right, Row One: Mary Dickel, Joan Hilgendorf, Janis Medbery, Norma Fong, Carol Arnold. Row Two: Bob Newman, Denise Andreuccetti, Mary Packard, Gayle Gibson, Claudia Claudia Byrum. Row Three: Paul Keith, Jan Brown, Lorraine Busch, Jane Alsobrook, Margie Daniels Susan Wood. Bonnie Aaronson Layout Kendra Mon Manager Blue and Gold Managerial Allison Armstrong Assistant Manager Nancy Fletcher Associate Manager The year began with registration line sales. We hired new photographers, who offered better for less of your money. We abolished the higher price for senior ' s yearbooks. (Could this have anything to do with the fact that the and editor were seniors?) And when they finally arrived, we gave free student directories to those who bought their Blue and Gold before our first deadline. As we went to press, we were still waiting for someone to come into the office to pay for his yearbook with a bag of beanuts. But life wasn ' t ALL disappointments: Sales were up, Oski sent us a live note, the Daily Cal gave us wonderful publicity (!?), and the rain even stopped during deadline week. (Say, someone around here has connections!) From genesis to exodus it was a wonderful year. Karen Jones Sales Promotion Director Put another nickel in! Our banner on the Student Union marked the final sales deadline. BLUE AND GOLD UPPER STAFF — Left to Right, Row One: Jan Noller, Assistant Staff Ellen Hull, Assistant to Associate Manager; Julie Land, Assistant to Associate Standing: Toni Catrow, Staff Co-ordinator; Dee Wilde, House Representatives Chairman; Marilyn Cook, Office Manager; Polly Traverse, Fall Inter-University Co-ordinator; Sandy Glooschenko, Assistant Staff Co-ordinator; Eva Mateus, Assistant to Associate Manager. Absent: Judy Clapham, Spring Inter-University Co-ordinator; Joan Magregor, Assistant to Assistant Manager. " No, I am not trying to hustle you. I just want your name, address, and phone number. " BLUE AND GOLD FRESHMAN MANAGERIAL — Left to Right, Row One: Chris Crosman, Kathleen Borla, Oski, Terry Duffy, Suzanne Hogrebe, Ellen Norton, Bettie McCarthy. Row Two: Laverne Moreda, Sharon Totoro, Marilyn Suraci, Barbara Lewis, Pamela Clark, Dottie Bryson, Judy Wessing, Carol McCarville. Row Three: Barbara Becker, Emily Stolhe, Kathryne Suson, Nancy Erickson, Dani Guckovich, Mary Sevall, Mary Wright. Frank Jeans Editor Daily Californian Fall Editorial From a four page monthly paper in 1868 to the present eight to sixteen page daily, is the career in respect to growth of the Daily Californian. Since 1898, it has regularly as the students ' newspaper. In 1922, the Associated Press service was acquired. This news service has enabled the Daily Californian to assume some of the aspects of the daily metropolitian newspapers. Probably the first campus office to open in the morning and the last to close in the evening, the Daily Californian is owned by the Associated Students. It is edited and managed by a staff of more than two-hundred persons. On its pages appear the news of yesterday and today as well as speculations for tomorrow. The of The College Dailies " is distributed free to the students, both graduate and undergraduate. Copies are available at Sather Gate, Eshleman Court, Engineering Court, Life Science Building, North Gate and other locations. Joe Schleef Editor Bill Wong Managing Editor Elliot Steinberg Assistant Editor Marcia Irarte Assistant City Editor Bob Pomeroy Assistant City Editor Sara Davidson Assistant City Editor Chris Orman Assistant Managing Editor DAILY CAL REPORTERS — Left to Right, Row One: Sally Bogle, Sandy Sprang, Barbara Scherr, Mary McGowan. Row Two: Sissel Hamre, Lee Soderstrom, Peggy Sands, Len Goodwin, Linda Zossman, Mike Fischer, Susan Johnson, Pat Mar, Donna Milnes, Don Seratti, Mike Several, Steve Zorn. Row Three: Jon Carroll, Justin Roberts, unidentified. DAILY CAL NIGHT EDITORS — Left to Right, Row One: Sissel Hamre, Mike Dean, Sandie North. Chris Orman News Editor Elliot Steinberg Assistant Editor Spring Editorial Bill Wong Editor Josh Eppinger Managing Editor Acclaimed as one of the best supplements ever published by the Daily Californian, the Charter Day issue commemorated the 94th Charter Day celebration. This marked the first three-section supplement edited by the Daily Cal Staff. Also this spring, student polls were conducted on the topic, " Is the Daily Californian the pulse of the campus in its news coverage? " Such features as the Friday page five spread and the Graduate have been added to the contents of the paper. Sandie North City Editor SPRING REPORTERS — Left to Right, Row One: Lee Soderstrom, Dave Stahl, Barbara Becknell, Linda Baines. Row Two: Dick Griswold, Mary McGowan, Linda Zussman. SPRING REPORTERS — Left to Right, Row One: Mike Fischer, Peggy Sands, Karen Davidsen. Row Two: Donna Milnes, Scherr, Sally Bogle, Mike Several. Sara Davidson Assistant City Editor Bob Pomeroy Office Manager Mike Doan Assistant City Editor Joe Schleef Copy Editor DAILY CAL NIGHT EDITORS — Left to Right, Row One: Pat Mar, Sissel Hamre, Jon Carroll, Susan Johnson, Sandy Sprang, Steve Zorn. Josh Eppinger Fall Sports Editor SPORTS STAFF — Left to Right: Bob Wilner, Akin Adubifa, Bob Booth, Blaine Newnham, Lowell Hickey, Dave Kayfes. Bob Booth Fall Assistant Sports Editor Daily Cal Sports The fellows responsible for probably the most read section of the Daily Californian, are the Sports Staff. This staff is responsible for covering the many sports sponsored by the University, from basketball to waterpolo. After having been a story by the Assistant Sports Editor, the staff member must brave the crowds in order to cover our college sports. The story is then written and submitted to the Sports Editor. In print, it is read by the sports enthusiast who could not attend the game. Not only does the Sports Staff write about sports, but they also participate in them as a group; for they participated in the Fall and they have a sub-championship team. Bob Booth Spring Sports Editor DAILY CAL PHOTOGRAPHERS — Left to Right: Bill Nelson, Eddie Law. Blaine Newnham Spring Assistant Sports Editor Ellen Dietschy Fall Manager Daily Cal Managerial Unique in the field of college newspapers, the Daily Californian is as a business venture, completely independent from the academic on campus. With this type of structure, the greatest part of its income must come from advertising. To carry out this operation, the Managerial Staff is in charge of the business end of the paper, getting ads, handling circulation, and checking the printing. With hard work, we try to show a profit at the end of the year. Through this work, the staff members gain valuable business and advertising experience. Many of them accept positions in these fields after graduation. Ken Reichert Fall Office Manager Bill Adams Fall Advertising Manager Helen Hamilton Fall Promotion Manager SPRING MANAGERIAL STAFF — Left to Right, Row One: Jane Cooling, Wayne Osborn, Judy Colby, Alice Wong, Isami Arifuku, Ted Fujita, Gloria Lum, Larry Ludwig, Martine Cohen, Glenn Jones, Jenny Wenk. Grace Corse Fall Production Manager Bill Adams Spring Manager Cebe Wallace Spring Production Manager Helen Hamilton Spring Office Manager FALL MANAGERS — Left to Right, Row One: Cebe Wallace, Mary McGowan, Judith Peters, Jenny Wenk, Ozzie Osborn. Row Two: Ted Fujita, Sammie Arifuka, Anne Goodbody, Jane Coolig, Pauline Larry Ludwig. Grace Corse Spring Advertising Manager Ken Reichart Spring Production Manager Elton Welke Spring Associate Editor Nell Irvine Fall Art Director Dick Corten Fall Associate Editor Doug Kim Fall Editor Pelican Editorial Someone must have said at one time, " If a Pelican does not exist, then it is necessary to invent one. " Earle C. Anthony, founder of the Pelican, thought so in 1903. Unlike the other publications, the Pelican is not housed in Eshleman Hall. It has its own building located on the bank of Strawberry Creek. The Pelican Building was built with the funds contributed by its founder, Earle C. Anthony. This year, the Pelican was published under a new set of by-laws which set forth a three fold " to serve the ASUC as a means of providing humor and literary entertainment; as an instrument of criticism and satire; and as an outlet for students wishing to gain experience working on a campus humor magazine. " Six times a year, the campus hears the familiar plea from the Pelly Salesgirl, " Would you like to buy a Pelican? " Besides publishing a magazine, the Pelican Staff sponsors the Maid of Cotton contest each year. Trude Schroeder was selected as this year ' s Maid of Cotton. Also, a fashion modeling program for Cal co-eds in maintained by the humor magazine. PELICAN SENIOR STAFF MEMBERS — Left to Right, Row One: Lori Lauder. Row Two: Elton Welke, Dick Corten, Pat Markovich. Row Three: Doug Kim, Les Karr. Doug Kim Spring Editor Managerial Staff Judy Binsacca Fall Manager The PELICAN MANAGERIAL staff is the backbone behind the Pelly scenes. handles that evil necessity — money, to make sure that the magazine is sound or as near as possible to that condition. Work is divided into two posts, Business Manager and Advertising Manager. The Business is responsible for the smooth running of the office and the monetary stability of the Pelican. Chaos and bankruptcy are the usual states. However, this year the Pelican can boast of a complete sell out each month. As if this were not enough, the Business Manager must cope with the sales staff and see that they are supplied with tin cup, cane, and proper attitude. The Advertising Manager oversees the sales of ads, the layouts, and copy. If it were not for the advertising, the magazine could not exist. In addition the Advertising Manager is in charge of public relations with all outsiders. As such, he is responsible for the external image of the Pelican. As such, the Pelican is notorious. Pat Markovich Spring Manager Lori Lauder Spring Women ' s Director Les Karr Spring Advertising Manager Pat Markovich Lori Lauder Fall Advertising Manager Fall Women ' s Director PELICAN SALESGIRLS — Left to Right, Row One: Joyce Haswell, Kathy Butler, Pam Steiner, Connie Perlman, Judy Arons, Marilyn Neuton, Barbara Holoff. Row Two: Maynard, Carol Jalonen, Patsy Coffee, Julie Anderson, Susan Frieder. Row Three: Linda Allenstein, Pamela Kraus, Ginger Veirs, Genie Weltner, Connie Farrow. Dave Leppaluoto Fall Editor Bob Spear Fall Associate Editor Cal The CALIFORNIA ENGINEER is a University of California student scientific magazine with the purpose of promoting interest in science and engineering. Its informative articles are written by students, professors, and representatives from Besides playing bridge, the staff members edit, publish, and handle matters. The magazine is published monthly from October to May, and is a member of the Engineering College Magazines Associated. The Cal Engineer is one of the three magazines sponsored by the ASUC. Its Editor and Manager are both voting members of Publications Board. Appointments are for one semester. Clint Ar Spring Editor Jim Smith Fall and Spring Manager CAL ENGINEER STAFF — Left to Right, Row One: Dave Leppaluoto, Jim Smith, Lori Lauder, John Johnson, Gini Larsen, Bruce Wonder, Tom Goetzl. Row Al Kilpatrick, Jim Kaye, Dave Pettys, Bob Spear. Should I bid 7 no-trump even if I do only have 3 points? Wendy Martin Fall Editor Occident OCCIDENT, the campus literary magazine, has now completed its eightieth year of publication. The Occident publishes twice during an academic year, once in the fall and again in the spring. and articles are submitted by various and faculty. The literary works include prose, poetry, student art work, one-act plays, and reviews of books, plays, and movies. The staff also engages in criticisms of manuscripts and poetry reading. The staff is not entirely esoteric however. Social activities include spring picnics and wine orgies. Wendy Martin was the Fall Editor while Alex Stevens served as Fall Manager and Spring Editor. In the spring, Jane Friedman was appointed Manager. Alex Stevens Fall Manager Spring Editor OCCIDENT STAFF — Left to Right, Front Row: Joyce Muskat, Victoria Nelson, Wendy Martin, Marc Norman. Second Row: Alex Stevens, Ted Chase, Louise Becker, Bruce Hawkins, Leon Weiner. ASUC Radio-TV Theater ASUC RADIO TV THEATER — Left to Right, Row One: Mark Berger, J im Francis, Judy Green. Row Two: Henry Bollinger, Roger Baron, Linda Gittings, Carl Shorno, Florence Haseltine. Jim Francis Chairman The ASUC RADIO-TV THEATER, now in its 28th year of broadcasting, is an all student group dedicated to radio programs of interest not only to the students and faculty at Cal, but also to the larger Bay Area of which the University is a part. The group experience in radio engineering, producing, directing, acting, announcing, and interviewing. Currently in production are " The University of California Hour " which broadcasts on-campus concerts over two stations in the Bay Area and one in Los Angeles; and the " Golden Bear Review, " a campus news program heard in the immediate Bay Area. COLLEGIANS — Left to Right, Row One: Lynne Hongola, Pamela Wallace, Betty Francis, Pat Groves, Leslie Miller, Shirley L. Williams, Diane E. Thomas, Karen Rudge, Gretchen Van Hagan. Row Two: Marti Dent, Nancy Lee, Clarene Goon Letitia Reams, Karen Woo, Linda Kehde, Linda Smith, Kathy Franklin, Kathy Quinn, Diane Chan, Susan Thompson, Jean Lowerison. Row Three: Dorene Taylor Peggy Archibald, Sherry Lindbergh, Lloydine Burris, Mary Ann Williamson, Marion Henning, Charlene MacLachlan, Lora Beth Larson. Row Four: Margaret Tufts Joanne Green, Pat Gorman, Anne Bethel, Petie Way, Cynthia Kehde, Susan Tucker, Carol Beck, Negnla Geiger, Jackie Bacon. Row Five: Janet Siebel, Susan Wells, Janice Blakiston, Stella Cox, Fareeda Habeeb, Anna Feraco, Charlotte Ames. Row Six: Carolyn Brackett, Paula Bramsen, Cathy Conlin, Grace Sturm, Jennie Clark, Sandra Ow Young, Jane Ferrell, Ruth Dodt. Row Seven: Terry Pat Wolfe, Lynnette Rankin, Kathleen Finn, Linda Platte. Row Eight: Lynn Rhodes, Laura Bell, Lani McDermid, Marge Sterling, Elizabeth Goodrich, Sue Read, Mary Allen. Row Nine: Benjamin Tong, Lawrence Akers, Bob Mognis, David Quong, John A. Reed, William C. Wells, Brian Austin. Row Eleven: Nathan Dan Lee, Jim Ong, Ed Geiger. Row Ten: John C. Sebastian, R. James K unkle, Pace, Charles Ultzman, Ron Hart, Richard Schmeidler. Collegians COLLEGIAN MANAGERS — Left to Right, Row One: Sandra Gottschalk, Susan Tucker, Jay Crane, Naomi Christensen, Benjamin Tong, Gustie Barnett, Donna McCormick. Row Two: Jin Ong, Chris Conrad. The COLLEGIAN SINGERS, now in its eighth year, is an ASUC choral group open to any student without audition. The mixed chorus, of between sixty to eighty members, is designed for the student who enjoys choral singing but who cannot devote a large share of his time to rehearsal and performance. The group has a large repretoire which ranges from sacred music and spirituals to folk songs and Broadway musicals. The Collegian Singers appear annually during Big Game and Christmas carol on the campus and in the community during the week prior to Christmas vacation. Also, the Collegian Singers sponsor Collegian Sings which are held several times each semester. The group is directed by Miss Naomi Christensen who is a full time member of the ASUC music staff. Treble Clef Upon the acceptance in the fall of one of the groups of new members, TREBLE CLEF began its 1961-62 activities. At the annual fall High School Sing, co-sponsored with Glee Club, the made its first appearance. Treble Clef and Glee Club also appeared together in a concert at the Scottish-Rite Temple and their annual fall concert in December. During the Christmas season TC caroled on and about campus and in San Francisco. The major Treble Clef activity in the spring was the tour to Southern California during the Easter vacation, the first independent tour the group has made in a number of year. Concert culminated in the annual Spring Concert with Glee Club. With the announcement of next year ' s officers at the Appointments Banquet, Treble Clef looked back on a year of success, and pleasure and looked forward to year ' s activities. CYGNETTES — Left to Right: Barbara Chandler, Claire Adams, Margie Montiero, Sue Rolapp. Joelle Gaba Senior Manager Robert Commanday Director Penny Boyes Associate Sr. Manager MADRIGALS — Left to Right, Row One: Robert Commanday, Director; Dorothy Pease, Ellen Weldum, Sharon Hutson, Catherine Brill, Nancy Horikoshi, Darlene Roth, Joelle Gaba, Mary Kenefick, Catherine Cutler. Row Two: Nick Tennant, Gordon Ross, David Palmer, Byron Buck, Roger Mock, Norm Seraphim. MANAGERS — Left to Right, Row One: Penny Boyes, Linda Lincoln, Carolyn Vaznaian, Nancy Hall, Claire Adams. Row Two: Judy Orlemann, Nancy Horikoshi, Sandra Brown, Joelle Gaba. Glee Club The Glee Club is composed of a hundred male voices. Their main duties are to carry on the of the oldest college male chorus in the West and to serve as the principle music of the University. They fulfill these by singing on campus, in Bay Area communities, and making appearances in the state of California. This year Glee Club has appeared at the annual High School Sing and on Big Game Spirit Day. They have also performed at the national convention of Manufacturers of Carbonated Soft Drinks and for the Scottish-Rite Masons, plus their traditional bi-annual concerts. SENIOR MEN ' S OCTET — Left to Right, Row One: Dodge Wallace, Mal Murray, Ed McKenna, Steve Cooperman, John Williams. Row Two: Paul Combs, Chuck Knutson, Erich Stratmann, Chris Kane. JUNIOR MANAGERS — Left to Right, Row One: Joe Wakefield, Foster Anderson, Jerry Lucas, Byron Buck, Hugh Gorman. Row Two: Steven Paul Combs. Left to Right: Bruce Barbee, Senior Manager; Barry Mendelsohn, Associate Senior Manager. Touring Chorus Missouri, Iowa State, Illinois, Notre Dame, and Army — these are just a few of the teams the Bears expect to meet on the football field in the next five years. And yet there are still those who insist that sports are being de-emphasized at the University. The world " de-emphasis " refers to the reduction of a university ' s competitive sports to a level which relegates its teams to second class in comparison to others in national competition. The University ' s teams are by no means class. There is an unfortunate tendency to judge the entire athletic program by the success or failure of the football team — and lately there has been an equally unfortunate tendency for the football team to lose more often than win. One poor season of football seems to erase all the successes of the past such as the recent Rose Bowl team, the NCAA championship teams in basketball and baseball, the first USA trackman to break the four-minute mile, and the IRA crew championship team for two years running. In the last five years there have been other outstanding athletic performances too numerous to mention. Does such a record seem to indicate de-emphasis? With these athletic successes has been academic excellence, a combination that is found at few universities. Many people have the mistaken idea that such scholastic achievement cannot be with a strong athletic program. We feel that Cal ' s example disproves this thought more than somewhat. President Emeritus Robert Sproul explained this well when he said, " The University of California wants students playing at athletics, not athletes playing at being students. " All I could see from where I stood Was three long mountains and a wood; I turned and looked another way, And saw three islands in a bay. Edna St. Vincent Millay Pete Newell of Athletics Having completed his sophomore year as of Athletics, Pete Newell is rapidly earning a reputation as an administrator comparable with the one he had built as a basketball coach. He has incorporated the characteristics which made him one of the all-time great coaches — intensity, and discipline, all directed toward — into his new position. Newell was given an honor last year befitting the fine work and accomplishments of 14 years of head basketball coaching when he was named head coach of the U. S. Olympic Basketball Team. In six years as a head coach at Cal, Newell won 119 games and lost 44, winning 44 of his last 46 games. Prior to to California, Newell spent four years at USF, where in 1949, he took a completely under-rated, underdog Don quintet to the National Invitational Tournament in New York and carted the NIT trophy back some 3,000 miles to San Francisco. In those five years he brought the Dons to cage glory, winning 70 and losing 36 at a school which had never been an athletic stronghold. From USF he went to Michigan State, where the Spartans were starting on a basketball program to go along with their football rise. They hired the right man for the job. In four years of rugged Big Ten play, Newell ' s MSU teams won 45 and lost 42 and MSU basketball was put on a sound foundation. Paul Christopulos Assistant Director of Athletics Harry Davis Athletic Business manager Athletic Administration The Athletic Administration, under the able direction of Pete Newell, is for scheduling and coordinating the activities of nearly 500 athletic events the academic year. Assisting Newell is Paul Christopulos who has capably his present post for 3 years. Veteran business manager, Harry Davis, is now in charge of all game management, departmental purchasing, and travel arrangements. Davis is assisted by Joan Hauser who has complete charge of ticket sales. Scott Athletic Coordinator, has the responsibility of coordinating academic, campus, and field activities, and Wiles Hallock heads the Sports News Bureau. Scott Sherman Athletic Coordinator Joan Hauser Ticket Manager TRAINERS — Kneeling: Jack Williamson, Head Trainer. Standing, Left to Right: Leo Marty, Ed Byrne, Jim Van Deusen. EQUIPMENT MANAGERS — Art Stevenson and Ernie Madison. SPORTS NEWS BUREAU — Left to Right: Wiles Hallock, Pat Gordon, Bob Steiner. TEAM PHYSICIANS — Left to Right, Row One: Dr. Harold Muller, Dr. Charles Hudson. Row Two: Dr. Jerry Patman, Dr. James Harkness. Big C Society FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS Tim McAdam Steve Rogers Dick Barbee BIG C. SOCIETY — Left to Right, Row One: Tim Scofield, Steve Brandt. Row Two: Doug Burnett, Tom Graves, Jim Burress, Bill McAdam, Shiori Sakamoto, Gary Rogers, Doug Graham, Stephen Horn, Roger Kent, Larry Costa, Dick Smith, Joe Slusky, Dennis Natali. Row Three: Richard Konecky, William Lascurettes, Perry Dobson, Jack Trumbo, Newell Booth, Rae Archibald, Rich Myer, Bill Barbee, Denis Vollom, Gerald Nordstrom, Paul Davis, Bob Wendell, John Erby. Row Four: Dave Maggard, Bob Curley, Jeff Grant, Dick Schmidt, Dick Carlsen, John Rubelo, Dan Salazar, Bob Brett Merner, Jim McManus, Bill Hoogs, Woody Covington, Ned Averbuck. Row Five: Karl Uebel, Ed Pete Green, Preston Porter, Russell Porter, Woody Teel, Bob Snyder, Paul Welles, Mike Jauregui, Jerry King, Ken Docter, Don MacAdam, Manuel Penaflor, Norm McLean. UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES AND HONORARY MEMBERS BASEBALL Barry Arnett Doug Burnett Stuart Gordon Bob Ingebretson Mike Jauregui Jerry King Richard Konecky Dennis Lewis Bob Milano Bob Millinich Mike Noakes Dan Salazar John Rebelo Ted Settle Jim Weinberger Ray Wickman BASKETBALL Ed Donahue Pete Green Dick Hoppin Jerry Mann Bill McClintock Dick Smith Dave Stafford Bob Wendell BOXING Larry Costa Albert Becker Bob Blake Paul Christopulos James Corley Harry Davis Bob DiGrazia Thomas Dutton Richard Erickson Clark Dooley Donald Kennady Roger Kent Bill McAdam Dennis Natali Ed O ' Dea Shiori Sakamoto Dennis Treadway John Wylie CREW Roger Adams Steve Brandt Dick Costello Bob Curley Ed Faridany Ron Gridley Steve Horn Tim Lyman Jack Markin Dusty Miller Gary Rogers Tim Scofield Sanford Skaggs Gary Yancey FOOTBALL Jim Anderson Walt Arnold Larry Balliett Harold Frey Brutus Hamilton James Harkness Jack Hart Rene Herrerias Miles Hudson Robert Johnson Charles Keeney Gael Barsotti Steve Bates Tom Bates John Bebelaar Lauren Bock Tom Burke Jim Burress Dick Carlsen Rudy Carvajal Bob Currie Dick Curtis Ted Dinkler Mike Donovan John Erby Dave Favro Jim Ferguson Dave George Randy Gold Doug Graham Loren Hawley Dan Ipson Alex Jamile Larry Lowell Gerry Lundgren Don MacAdam Jon Mason Norm McLean Tom Meshack Alan Nelson Pete Olson John Papini Clark Kerr Mike Koll Adrian Kragen James Landon James Lemmon Mary Levy Ralph Miller Harold Muller Larry Parque Stan Parkinson Manuel Penaflor George Pierovich Mel Piestrup Jess Pittore Clark Ransome Kenji Sasaki Jerry Scattini Andy Segale Jeff Snow Sam Stassi Roger Stull Greg Thomas Jack Trumbo Bill Turner Ron Vaughn Bob Wills Cameron Wolfe GYMNASTICS Bill Borden Bob Brady Paul Davis Jim Fairchild Tom Fashinell Jeff Grant Ron Herman Dick Schmidt Joe Slusky William Monohan Chet Murphy Edgar Nemir Peter Newell Bill Phillips Alva Ragan Stan Shawl SOCCER Barry Arnett Bill Barreda Bill Behnke Paiboon Bencharit Arne Braathen Kun Choo Jahan Fouladi Eric Holtsmark Bill Moring Igor Mousasticoshvily Jose Riveros Bob Scheidtmann Lothaire Voegele SWIMMING Rae Archibald Burt Armstrong Newell Booth Byron Dieterle Perry Dobson Ken Docter Les Laky Dave Luskutoff Preston Porter Russell Porter Lewis Teel TENNIS Mike Farrell Robert Sproul Peter Van Houten Mike White Arleigh Williams Jack Williamson George Wolfman Henry Yee Bill Hoogs Jim McManus Tony Price Gil Walker Paul Welles TRACK Bill Barbee Eurael Bell Woody Covington Ed Donahue Todd Gaskill Alan Gaylord Jack Kilfoil Charles Lucas Dave Maggard Brett Merner Dick Myer Jerry Nordstrom Jerry Siebert Ron Suggs Denis Vollom Gordon Whitehead Marty Ziebarth WRESTLING Bill Lascurettes Ken Nemzer Bob Snyder Ed Donahue Basketball After playing his first two years of var- sity ball as a center, ED was switched to forward this year to give the team more strength on the boards. He was one of the starting five and contributed greatly to the success of the team. Ed also lettered in Track in the high-jump. A Communications and Public Policy major, he is past president of Big C Society, was president of his fraternity, and a member of Skull and Keys, Tri- une, and Winged Helmet. To teach and coach are the ambitions of this Physical Education major. A three-year letterman in Track, DAVE also lettered in Football as a Sopho- more. He is the present holder of the university shot put record. An active member of Big C Society, he also en- joys weightlifting. Dave is married and makes his home in Turlock. outstanding Competitors in Sports 1961-62 Noted for a .362 batting average for his first two years of varsity baseball, BILL Oakley is considering pro ball. He is also a pitcher who was frequently called upon to carry the team through. His other activities were limited this year as he was attending the U. C. Medical Center in San Francisco where he is preparing for a pharmacy career. Jim Ferguson Football DaveMaggard Track Kicking is Jim ' s specialty as can be seen by the fact that this year he set a new university record for consecutive points after touchdown. A major in Physical Education, JIM plans to coach after graduation. He was Treasurer of the Cal Club and was also active in Skull and Keys and Order of the Golden Bear. Jim is married and lives in TIM is one of the most active seniors on campus, He was president of Big C Society, Commodore of the Varsity Rowing Club and a member of Men ' s Ex Board, and Society. His major is Business Administration, but he also has the equivalent of three years completed toward a degree in Industrial Scof ' s favorite pastime is Crew, but he also enjoys fishing and boating. Bill Oakley Baseball Tim Scofield Crew Everyone knows this bouncing spirit of California which comes out of his lair located in Strawberry Canyon to help promote enthusiasm for University events, rallies, athletic and various other student gatherings. His name was originated in the " Oski Wow-Wow " yell which was formally presented before the first Saint Mary ' s-Cal football game of 1910. Back in 1890 the University had a live bear cub for a mascot, but he didn ' t have the appeal nor the loveable warmth of today ' s spirit. Because he is so well known, Oski fans think that he has always been around the California campus since the University was founded. Actually, he was brought to the University by Bill Rockwell in 1942. Aided by Tom Putnam, then the of Rally Committee, Bill ' s ideas came to life. Oski is represented by a ten-member known as the OSKI COMMITTEE. Members range about five feet six inches tall and must be fairly athletic for the somersaults. Membership may be applied for by seeing one of the members of Oski Committee; however, it is invitational. University spirit is exemplified by this committee in many ways. Oski, during his twenty years, has not been resting on his laurels. During the Christmas season, he represents the spirit by visiting local hospitals to help cheer up the children at such a time. For rallies and games, as for all occasions, he dons his blue and gold suit and greets the visiting teams, mascots, and the pom pon girls — yes the pom pon girls. Throughout the year he is on the watch for the wearing of the " red. " " Take off that red skirt, " is a familiar goal felt by all. For such spirit and enthusiasm, the 1962 Blue Gold wishes Oski " Happy Birthday, " on his twentieth. OSKI COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Brian Geoff Rodman, Nick Bevilacqua, Jeff Large. Row Pete Beakschi, Clark Burnham, Bert Carner, Chairman; Mark Lyons. RALLY AND GAMES COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Helle Stueland, Donna Hartman, Pat Farr, George Goldberg, Chairman; Nancy DeMartini, Jackie Mills. Row Two: Peter S. Van Houten, Hal Levin, Robert Clark, Martin Harband, Clark Burnham, Steve Beck, Bill Ellsworth, Howie Ehret, Bert Carner. Absent: Mary Sue Powell. RALLY AND GAMES COUNCIL is composed of the chairmen of all the spirit organizations on campus. The purpose of this council is to plan rallies and subsequent activities for all major athletic events and to resolve problems in this field. Its major concerns are rallies, card stunts, and of spirit activities. MEGAPHONE SOCIETY — Left to Right, Row One: Lanny Hernandez, Jim Larry Kennings. Row Two: Warren Brunetti, Larry Taggart, Larry Miller. Row Three: Lynn Sims, Don Worden, Roger Morgan. Row Four: Hal Levin, Marty Tom Turner. MEGAPHONE SOCIETY is the number one of casual campus spirit at Cal. Composed of varsity yell leaders as well as those young men to that zenith of leadership, this group furthers the spirit of Cal at all rallies and games. Members can be seen in their block sweaters leading the cheering of visiting groups of students or They also serve as yell leaders for the class sections at rallies. CARD STUNTS COMMITTEE is responsible for designing and card stunts for all home games and the Big Game. Committee thirty-six in toll, trudge up to the stadium early Saturday mornings to tack up the instruction sheets and to see that everything is in readiness for the afternoon game. A " first " originated by the Cal section in 1910 was the use of card stunts during football halftimes. With the organization of Cal ' s Card Stunts Committee the idea soon spread to other colleges all over the country. Cal has maintained its leadership in this field and is striving for outstanding stunts and new and original ideas. CARD STUNTS — Front to Back: Mary Sue Powell, Valerie Seasor, Cynthia Bennett, Barbara Majesky, Pam Kimble, Toni Hatch, Nancy Bogue, Janet Primm, Sally Sorenson, Linda Shogren, Nancy Woodward, Ann Curran, Cynthia Sutcliffe, Pam Clark, Janis Fiehn, Marsha Chudacoff, Rosanne Hastings, Jean Giorgi, Mary Ann Stone, Sally Anderson, Stephi Gagnon, Sandy Kussou, Marcia MacDougall, Susie Sokol, Jane Nelson. Absent: Chuck Eastman, Barry Benioff, Howard Harrison, Polly Traverse, Lynn Wildman, Susan Cookson, Wendy Phillips, Claire Etienne, Louise Hotle. The YELL LEADERS ' main function is to lead organized cheers and to conduct the outward display of spirit of the rooting section. The main prerequisites for these spirit leaders are spontaneity, and lots of courage. This group of five men are part of the outward symbol the extensive rally or spirit at Cal. Their appearance at all the football and basketball games, and their " warm " at the three rallies held each year are proof of the labors of this organization. Constant companions of the cheerleaders are the POM PON GIRLS. The Pom Pon committee consists of eight girls — five regulars and three alternates. Practice for these girls begins after their selection in March. Their special duties, aside from games and rallies, attendance at alumni functions, class and judging at other Pom Pon tryouts. YELL LEADERS — Left to Right, Back Row: Tom Marty Harband, Steve Ricketts, Hal Levin. Kneeling: George Goldberg, Head Yell Leader. POM POM GIRLS — Left to Right, Row One: Jackie Mills, Diane Jelcick, Judi Shaw. Row Two: Nancy De Martini, Carolyn Goodwin, Pat Farr, Chairman; Judy Johnson, Kathy Takefuji. Margaret Ferguson Diana Franke Cathy Gartshore Patricia Groves Loretta Hagopian Jean Hassard Lani Ingham Karen Madsen Margaret Mathews Ginger McCauley Marsha McRae Carolyn Meyer Evelyn Nakamura Tora Newcomer Vicki Odenweller Karen Okelberry Pat O ' Toole Lydia Perlman Julie Petersen Nancy Randall Anna Sands Beverly Schwartz Marcia Slocum Patricia Smith SENIORS Nancy Carlson Ann Edmiston Judy Kysh JUNIORS Patti Fay Claire Hirsch Nan Konig Bonnie McCaughan Norverta Ochsa Peggy Tarr Sally Wade SOPHOMORES Joan Anderson Peggy Archibald Betsy Bidart Karen Blank Daphne Craige Sarah Cunningham Sue Salton Julie Dickson Mary-Jo Durham Martha Fansler Lynn Stewart Polly Traverse Karren Ulyatt Donna Hartman Chairman Women ' s Rally Committee Liz Van Loben Sels Joan Von Schlegell Mary Ware Ida Yamanaka Stephen Beck Rod Briggs Andy Capestro Chris Conrad Jay Crane Tom Goetzl Hugh Gorman Donald Johnson Dick Kleiman Russ Coupland Mens Rally Committee A change was observed in the rallies this year, as Rally Committee endeavored to accentuate the true purpose of rallies — Cal Spirit. The Texas Rally revived an old Cal tradition, that of class participation. The Freshmen yelled " Stay Alive Til ' 65, " while the Sophs warned them that the worst was yet to come. Highlights of the Cal-SC games from 1912 to the were featured at the SC rally which traced the of the long and bitter rivalry between the schools. The Rally recalled past Cal victories with vintage cars and costumes. Rally Committee ' s trip to the land of smog for the UCLA game, highlighted by rallies with the Band in some of the towns on the way down, in one of the most cohesive rooting sections ever seen at an away game. Even though rain forced last minute preparations in Harmon Gym, the Big Game Rally, with the appearance of Ralph Edwards and Ella Fitzgerald, was one of the best ever to be held at Cal. As in every Big Game Rally, the 1961 Rally was by one of the oldest and most stirring of Cal ' s traditions, the Andy Smith Eulogy. Tacking up cards with Women ' s Rally Committee on Saturday mornings, maintenance of the stunt cards, production of the as well as guardianship of the Axe and the Banner form the basis of Rally Committee ' s responsibilities. These, however, are only indications of the constant of this hard-working organization. Howie Ehert Chairman Leland Leisz Michael Leite Allan Lock Bob Rains Paul Schwartz Frank Stephenson Mike Wagner Dennis Washburn Bill Weymouth Bruce Wonder Art Wong William Ellsworth Advisor Gal Marching Band Mike Flier Drum Major The Cal Band is one of the oldest and finest traditions at the University. Prior to 1923 the band that represented the University of California was the University Cadet Band which consisted of musicians of the ROTC and counted among its members Chief Justice Earl Warren and President-Emeritus Robert Gordon Sproul. The era of the California " Wonder Teams, " beginning in 1923, saw the founding of the organization which we know today — the University of California Marching Band. It was formed by a small group of enthusiastic students who were interested in promoting school spirit and supporting athletic teams through music and performances. During the period from 1923 to1933 the system of student was established and the group gained financial support and as an activity of the ASUC. Unlike other major college bands, the Cal Band is an activity of the student body — not a course of the University. As a result, Cal Bandsmen receive no academic or military credit for participation. The feeling of active participation in and responsibility for band policy through student is the driving force which has propelled the Cal Band to its present position as a pacesetter among coll ege marching bands. In 1939, under the directorship of Charles Cushing, the Band appeared at the Treasure Island World ' s Fair and at several Rose Bowl games. The period since 1950, marked by the appointment of James Berdahl as director, has been one of revolutionary changes in band activity at Berkel ey. This era has seen expansion of football halftime shows to include precision high-step marching, intricate drills, and flashy dance steps, paralled with show concepts and high musical quality. With new uniforms and advancing strides in its performances, the band ' s prestige and reputation have grown to new heights. This reputation has reached a new pinnacle since the band ' s successful at the Brussels International Exposition in Belgium and its tour of and Denmark in the summer of 1958. This year the California Band met the famed Iowa Marching Band in its home stadium at Iowa City. For the first time in history, a West Coast band challenged the vaunted Mid-Western bands in their own territory. Traveling by chartered 707 jetliner, the bandsmen participated in a memorable and history-making experience — emblazoning the name of the Band before a national audience. JamesBerdhal Director BAND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — Left to Right, Row One: Bob LeBlanc, Student Mile Flier, Drum Major; James Berdahl, Director; Rich Kirchner, Rep-at-Large; Joe Dickinson, Senior Manager. Row Two: Dave Mandel, Activities Associate Jim Perkins, Productions Associate Manager; Larry Strom, Administrative Jerry Anderson, High School Band Day Associate Manager; Steve Zalkland, Sec. Straw Hat Band The Straw Hat Band is a voluntary organization composed exclusively of members of the Marching Band. Cal Bandsmen shed the dust of Memorial Stadium for the hardwood of Harmon Gymnasium. The nationally famous Straw hat Band provides support for the team and entertainment for the audience an nearly all Cal basketball games at home and away. The wearing of straw hats and bow ties has become one of the most well known trademarks of this organization. Under the able baton of the Student Director, the informality and enthusiasm characterized by its appearance has accounted for much of the campus spirit at these games. The are one of the most traveled organizations on campus, having played in Seattle, Portland, Corvallis, Eugene, Pullman, Los Angeles, Chicago, Louisville, Kentucky, and Walla Walla, Washington. Former basketball coach and present Athletic Director, Pete Newell, once remarked that the presence of the Straw Hat Band at away games was worth ten points to the team. The press has often used the term " leather lunged " to describe the Straw Hat Band. At away games it becomes a self-contained cheering section using a varied collection of yells, shouts, and songs in addition to the spirited music in order to overcome the opposition ' s home court advantage. Closer to home, the band provides a spirited addition to formal and rallies, banquets, dedications, hirings and firings of coaches or other officials, campus Christmas caroling, and beauty contests, to mention a few. Most of these performances are on an individual volunteer basis. Bandsmen play only as they have time. The Straw Hat Band is held in high regard by the campus community and by the press. Even occasional participation in this unique band is highly rewarding. Thirty members of the Band live together in the Band ' s own — Tellefsen Hall. The Hall, named after Chris Tellefsen, a long time friend of both the Band and the university, is neither a nor a fraternity, but a unique combination of the best features of both. Tellefsen offers a well social program on a voluntary basis for the entire Band and its schedule is planned around band activities and The residents maintain and the hall in the Cal Band tradition of responsible student No other university band in the country maintains a residence hall for its members. Football coaches and Managers After two years as California ' s head football coach, Marv Levy has brought Bear rooters an and pleasurable brand of football in his well-conceived, finely coached Wing " T " offense. Levy brought with him only two years of experience, but also a mature football attitude and a fine two-year record of 14 wins and 6 losses and 2 second-place finishes in the very rugged Skyline Conference. This past season, by wins, doesn ' t look outstanding but the prospects of a bright future look promising. Levy worked with a team which was still relatively unfamiliar with the Wing " T. " Next year ' s returning lettermen plus many outstanding players up from an undefeated frosh team will prove a great asset to the Bears. Marv Levy Head Coach Levy addresses the rooters from the balcony of the Stadium after the Washington game. Levy prepares to send in Ron Vaughn, second-string end, with a play from the bench. Vaughn played well all season and was the Bears ' third leading pass receiver. Altogether, Levy ' s assistant staff is one of the best in the country. Several of his assistants are very familiar with Wing " T " ball, having assisted him at New Mexico before he came to Cal. The rest of his staff are Californians and with west coast football. they form a well-coordinated coaching unit. ASSISTANT COACHES — Left to Right, Row One: Rocco Carzo, John Neumann. Row Two: Jack Hart, Mike White, Lou Cullen, Bill Walsh. The managers, headed by Mike Donovan, are the heroes of the game. They put in many hours of work during football season and get little credit for it. They see to it that all necessary equipment is in the right place at the right time. On the average they put in about three hours a day plus all day Saturday when there is a game. They arrange for trips to away games, and when out of town they arrange to take the team to dinner and a show. FOOTBALL MANAGERS — Left to Right, Row One: Mike Donovan. Row Two: John Mike Goodwin. Bob Rohwer, Mel Brodie. Captain Jim Burress walks onto the field with the referee before the game. Varsity Football Team VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Andy Segale, Sam Stassi, Nelson Gurll, Jim Ferguson, Doug Graham, Jess Pittore, Rudy Carvajal, Neil Gereb, Pete Olson, Dick Curtis, Steve Bley. Row Two: Paul Hofmann, Jack Trumbo, Jon Epps, Paul Hoeber, Jim Anderson, Bill Tidwell, N orm McLean, Kenji Sasaki, Dave Van Hoorebeke, Vic Yamato. Row Three: Loren Hawley, Tom Burke, Clark Ransome, Bill Sprague, Bob Wills, Dan Ipson, Hans Lindholm, Lauren Bock, Doug Hall, Frank Frates. Row Four: Mike Chase, Jon Mason, Bill Turner, Mel Piestrup, Manuel Penaflor, Larry Lowell, Dave Favro, Tom Meshack, Ray Tyson, Sam Dolman, Bill O ' Brien, Alan Nelson. Row Five: Ron Vaughn, Jim Burress, Jerry Scattini, Roger Stull, John Erby, Dave Muga, Larry Balliett, Stan Parkinson, George Pierovich, Randy Gold. Season Summary This was the year of the suicide schedule. It was not intentionally planned that way. When the schedule was drawn up seven years ago neither we nor our had any idea of what the 1961 football season had in store. It is almost a sure bet, however, that when you are slated to play 5 teams which are ranked in the top 10 nationally in pre-season polls and several other top contenders, the outlook is anything but hopeful. This was the situation as the Bears opened their season against Texas that sunny afternoon in late September. And from that day until 2 months later when the season ended on a rainy Saturday in the mud of Stanford Stadium, the path was filled with many heart-breaking moments, interrupted only by a Bear success. The Longhorns, led by Jimmy Saxton, brought with them a team which was to wind up as the second best team in the nation. They proved this as they led all the way and won easily 28-3. On the following Saturday, journeyed to Iowa where they were no match for a strong Hawkeye team and were defeated 28-7. The next weekend saw a surprising Bear eleven, 19 point outgain a surprised Missouri team and arrive back in Berkeley with a 14-14 tie. Opening the AAWU season against Washington, the Bears announced their Rose Bowl hopes as they soundly beat the favored Huskies 21-14. The next week a sophomore quarterback-end combination completely stymied the Cal defense as they passed for 124 yards and 2 touchdowns and SC won 28-14. The Bears ' next opponent was the Nittany Lions of Penn State, ranked tops in the East. By this time the test of such a rugged season was beginning to show and the Cal eleven left Park on the short end of a 33-16 tally. On All-U weekend the Bears met their sister to the south as a climax of the weekend ' s activities. UCLA, later picked to play in the Rose Bowl, rolled up 460 yards and won 35-15. The Falcons of the Air Force Academy next invaded Memorial Stadium and a very determined eleven took advantage of many mistakes by the bedraggled Cal team and won on a two-point conversion 15-14. The final home game of the season saw Kansas, behind the playing of All-American John Hadl and Curtis McClinton, massacre the Bears 53-7. Bear hopes were a little higher as they journeyed to Palo Alto for the Big Game. The weather was gloomy and so was Cal as Stanford, led by a fourth-string quarterback and a crippled fullback, took the axe back to the Farm as the result of a 20-7 win. Many agree that this season was the nadir of California but with reserves up from an undefeated frosh team, they look for the Bears to be in there fighting next year and plan on the return of the axe. Miss Penny Riede Football Festival Hostess Queen As Football Hostess Queen, Penny Riede extended California to the twelve campus football queens last September during the sixteenth Annual Football Festival. Penny is a Family Sociology major with an eye toward an elementary teaching credential. A former Oski Doll, she enjoys sports, reading, and making things. Her favorite include playing bridge and making schedules. Hailing from Antioch, California, she spent last summer working for CBS-TV in New York. This Chi Omega says that she is noted for a " squeaky voice when she gets excited. " Jim Anderson Fullback Larry Balliett Quarterback Lauren Bock Tackle Jim Burress shows some of the aggressiveness for which he is noted as he sidesteps Pierovich and prepares for a long gain against Texas. It was this same fighting spirit that was the main reason for his election as captain of the 1961 team. Tom Burke Guard Jim Burress Wingback Rudy Carvajal Halfback Cal 3 vs Texas 28 Cal was able to hold the Longhorns in the first half, but in the second the Bears ' lack of depth was evident as Texas rolled over, under, around, and through the Bears. Randy Gold, Cal ' s first-string quarterback, was out with a knee injury, and this greatly hampered the team. There were no offensive stand-outs, but Scattini, Muga, and Nelson showed occasional flashes of brilliance on defense. Cal 7 vs Iowa 28 As in their previous game, the Cal eleven made a good showing in the first half. But lack of depth and an opponent as formidable as the Hawkeyes proved too much for the Bears. Again Gold ' s absence was felt as Balliett was forced to fill both the offensive and defensive slots. George Pierovich charges up the middle for 5 yards against Iowa. A star for his entire college career, George was elected to the First String, All-AAWU Team as a junior. He was the Bears ' third leading ground gainer this season and was drafted by the pros. Burress can only wait for the ball as two Missouri backs close in. Cal 14 vs Missouri 14 The introduction of a third-string, which played pure defense, and the return of Randy Gold were the two factors that really sparked the Bears. Gold ' s return allowed Balliett to concentrate on defense, and Larry ' s 3 interceptions were a major factor in the Bear success. With the third unit playing a good percentage of the game, Cal ' s lack of depth on offense was less noticeable. Cal 21 vs Washington 14 A defensive gamble that paid off marked one of the most satisfying wins in Bear football history. John Erby, a stand-out all season at guard, blocked a Husky punt deep in Washington territory to set up the winning touchdown. The Cal offense clicked time and time again for big gains. Their defensive unit actually looked like a team. Larry Balliett was the game ' s offensive star as he directed the plays which led to the Bears ' success. Randy Gold Quarterback Doug Graham Guard Loren Hawley End John Erby Guard Dave Favro Center Jim Ferguson Quarterback Jerry Scattini pulls in a Gold aerial and heads for the promised land. Scattini was fourth in yards gained rushing this season and is 25th on the all-time Cal list. His effo rts over the past 3 years have earned him a pro contract. Randy Gold keeps the ball and sweeps around his own end against SC as Dave Muga and Jon Mason give added help. Gold was the Bears ' leading quarterback this season and holds fourth place on the Cal roster of most pass completions. Cal 14 VS SC 28 As the fourth quarter opened, the hibernating Bears began to awake from their dreams of past victory. Utilizing the passing arms of both Gold and Balliett, the Bears managed to run up two scores and had hopes of pushing across the marker when SC managed to stall the Bear drive and march on for their own touch-down and an undentable 28-14 lead. Had the Bears been able to react more quickly the score might well have been reversed. The forward wall led by Ron Vaughn and Larry Lowell were able to contain most of the SC ground attack. Had the Bear secondary been able to contain SC ' s air attack the second victory in as many weeks might have been chalked up in the column. Rudy Carvajal catches a touchdown pass in the Penn State game as Bob Wills watches. Carvajal had the second longest gain from scrimmage, a 77-yarder against Kansas, and was also second in total yards gained. Bob Wills was Cal ' s leading pass receiver and was drafted to play pro ball. Cal 16 vs Penn State 33 A powerful Penn State team caged Cal for a 33-16 loss as the Bears met the Lions at University Park. After a 10-3 first quarter lead, the Bears found they couldn ' t hold the great power of the Lions in check any longer. They trailed 17-10 at half-time and early in the third quarter added another TD. Their strong line was the dominant factor as Cal was outweighed 13 pounds to the man. Larry Lowell Tackle Jon Mason Wingback Alan Nelson Halfback Norm McLean Tackle Dave Muga End Mel Piestrup Tackle Pete Olson Quarterback George Pierovich Fullback Cal 15 vs UCLA 35 Playing a good first half, the Golden Bears went to the dressing room very much in contention, trailing their little sister 9-7. Thanks to blocks by Gold and Carvajal, Alan Nelson sprinted down the sidelines for 70 yards and the Bear touchdown. During the second half UCLA ' s great speed and power wore through the Cal defense. Bob Smith, 189-pound halfback of the Bruins, ran for 177 yards, five more than the total California output. From then on the way was easy for the Bruins, and they won 35-15 with time on the clock. Larry Balliett rolls out attempting to pass as UCLA end, Al Geverink, rushes. Ballietts main contribution to the team was not on offense, however, but rather as a defensive quarterback. His 3 interceptions against Missouri are a Cal record. He was also elected captain of next year ' s team. Stan Parkinson Center Manuel Penaflor Tackle Roger Stull gets off a punt against the Air Force. Stull was Cal ' s leading punter with a 35 yd. average and was a first-string guard. Cal 14 vs Air Force 15 The Air Force Academy Falcons swooped into Memorial Stadium on silent wings, surprising the favored Bears with a 15-14 upset. Doug Graham ' s interception on the Falcon 19 opened the door to the first California score. Air Force tallied the equalizer in the second quarter. The 7-7 halftime score was unchanged through the third quarter. As quarters changed from third to fourth, Randy Gold led an inspired drive, completing four of four passes and sneaking over from the line. Jim Ferguson boosted the score to 14-7 and his PAT string to 22. But the undaunted Falcons took flight, moving 68 yards in 6 plays and swooping over for the two-point PAT that hit the Bears right in the neck. Jerry Scattini Halfback Andy Segale Tackle Sam Stassi Guard Roger Stull Guard Cal 7 vs Kansas 53 Kansas, looking for an Orange Bowl berth, rolled into Memorial Stadium; and when the Jayhawks rolled out 3 hours later, the California Bears had been badly beaten. After as rough a season as any team will ever play, the Bears were lucky to get off as easy as they did. Kansas looked like the 1961 All-America team in action. Again and again they found the weak points in the Cal defense and capitalized on them. Their own defense proved to be a stone wall to any Cal advances with the exception of one play when Rudy Carvajal broke from scrimmage at the Cal 20 and raced 77 yards to set up Cal ' s lone touchdown. Pete Olson hands off to Jack Trumbo for a gain against Kansas. Both players did not see much action this year but greatly added to the Bears ' reserve strength on the bench. Olson, as a quarterback, played behind Gold and Balliett and Trumbo filled in for Scattini and Nelson. Jack Trumbo Halfback Bill Turner End Ron Vaughn End Bob Wills End The Big Game Alan Nelson tucks in the old pigskin and prepares to out-maneuver a charging Indian. Nelson wa s the Bears ' leading ground gainer all season and had the longest gain of the season, a 78 yarder, against Missouri. With plenty of time, Gold spots his receiver and throws a long pass downfield. Cal 7 vs Stanford 20 The 64th annual renewal of the Big Game was anything but pleasant for both the Cal rooters and the Cal team. The steady drizzle, which fell all day, wasn ' t the only reason for the Bears ' poor They were physically beat. To make matters worse, Balliett, their defensive star, was out of the game with an eye suffered the week before against Kansas. Fumbles constantly stopped drives and a crucial fourth down play put an end to any Bear hopes of As the jubilant Stanford rooters tromped across the field after the game, chanting, " We ' ve got the Axe, " one Cal rooter muttered, " Who cares? We ' ve got pneumonia. " An unidentifed Bear halfback is about to find the going a little rough as a tribe of Indians prepare to make war. Peggy Rodi Big Game Queen One of the features of the Axe Review, " Axe-travaganza, " was the announcement of the Big Game Queen, Peggy Rodi. Hailing from Beverly Hills, Peggy is an English major. Some of her ambitions and goals include reading, writing, and traveling. Among her campus activities are the University Young Republicans, and Volleyball and Tennis Intramurals. An AWS Model, Peggy is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. The California Gridiron November 4, 1961 California vs. UCLA Lou Cullen Frosh Coach Craig Morton rolls out and looks downfield for his receiver. Morton was a standout all year and a key man in the Cubs ' perfect season. He was third in yards gained rushing and led the team in total offense. Frosh TEAM SCORES Cal Frosh 21 EI Toro Marines 0 Cal Frosh 14 USC Frosh 13 Cal Frosh 25 Fresno St. JV 0 Cal Frosh 20 Stanford Frosh 13 Cal Frosh 21 UCLA Frosh 18 Cal Frosh 40 SJS Frosh 6 Walt Raymond hands off to Greg Palamountain as Jim Phillips leads the play. Raymond capably filled the quarterback slot many times in relief of Morton. Palamountain was second in yards gained rushing and led the team with a 9.9 yard average per carry. Phillips played most of the season behind rushing leader Larry Mai, but still played well when he was called in. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM—Left to Right, Row One: Gerald Olson, John Schraub, Jim Bates, Ross Welch, Dennis Abreu, John Clarke, Craig Morton, George Duff, John Carrington, Greg Palamountain. Row Two: Jim Groulx, Dick Banks, Dave Thompson, Ken Moulton, Bill Krum, Dean Morgan, Tyrone Price, Joe Rapisarda, Don Sada, Leo Marty, Trainer. Row Three: Jerry Larry Mai, Jerry Takahashi, Carl Larsen, Steve Bollinger, Walter Jim Phillips, Mike Hoffman, Dick Kuechle, Terry Wolf, Dennis Peacocke, Harry Schueller. Row Four: Bill Lucchesi, Ron Goldman, Jim Heidner, Mike Epstein, Al Bryce, Jim Peterson, Tom Blanchfield, Jim Pinson, John Boelter, Jim Donckles. Row Five: Carl Van Hueit, Jim Cullom, Lloyd Torchio, Bob Gilmore, Jim Green, Assistant Coaches; Lou Cullen, Frosh Coach. With Pete Newell ' s ascent to Athletic Director, a new recruiting program was organized. Lou Cullen, under Mary Levy ' s supervision, has been carrying out the football division of the program. Lou has traveled around the country in search of talent with the result that three boys from out-of-state played on this year ' s team. The roster also included the best from our own state. The freshman team ' s schedule this year was one of the toughest faced by any Cal Frosh team. The season opener was played against the El Toro Marines, who already had a 5-0 record when they came to Memorial Stadium. Lou Cullen ' s inexperienced eleven played a good game, outgaining their opponents 344-94 yards. The Cubs showed fine breakaway as they sprung Tyrone Price and Dennis Peacocke loose for long runs and won easily 21-0. Next the Cubs met the Trobabes of USC. Cal ' s yearlings were outcharged and outhit but not outscored as they scraped out a 14-13 SC dominated most of the play, but the Cal defense, led by Paul Hoffman and Craig Morton, stopped many long drives. Then the Cubs took a relative breather as they journeyed down south to play the Fresno State JV ' s. Cal outgained their opponents 409-63 and won hands down 25-0. The entire backfield played well, but special credit belongs to reserves Walt Raymond and Mike Epstein. A highly rated Stanford Frosh team made the next appearance in Memorial Stadium. They were good, but a determined Cub eleven, led by end Joe on defense and Greg Palamountain, who gained 132 yards on 6 carries, on offense, put a stop to any hopes of a Stanford victory. The Cub ' s next game was down in Los Angeles against the UCLA Frosh. Coach Lou Cullen thought the Cubs played their best game of the year. He singled out Craig Morton, Larry Mai, Joe Rapisarda and Terry Wolf as exceptional in Cal ' s 21-28 win. One step from their first season since 1857, the frosh traveled to San Jose to play the Spartan frosh. The game was a fitting ending to a great season as the Cubs martyred their opponents. Tom Blanchfield was the outstanding player of the game with 20 points and 2 interceptions to his credit. The entire team, however, deserves praise for a job well done. Mary Levy can look hopefully for many fine stars to help the Bear varsity next year. On a first down play, Tom Blanchfield turns the corner and heads into the Stanford secondary. Tom was an outstanding performer all season and led the Cub scoring statistics. An unidentified California end brings down a Stanford ball carrier just short of the end zone. Bill Krum leaps high in the air to take a Cub aerial as Dennis Peacocke watches. Krum was the Cub ' s second leading pass receiver, surpassed only by Peacocke. The team receives instructions from the bench a time out. Basketball Coach This past year Rene Herrerias entered his second season as California ' s head basketball coach. The 34 year-old disciple of control basketball served as Pete Newell ' s assistant coach and chief scout from 1957 through 1960. In this period California won four conference titles and a national Championship. Herrerias was a 134-pound guard under Newell at USF, where he quarterbacked the Dons to 57 wins and only 22 losses in his three varsity years. In 1949, Rene helped to capture the NIT championship. His team two years ago won 16 games and lost 10, including three heartbreaking overtime losses. Among them was a four overtime thriller to Iowa in the first round of the Los Angeles Invitational Tournament. This past season does not look too good in the record books; for the all year drive and enthusiasm shown by the team cannot be seen on paper. The team was limited only by its inexperience. For Rene this was a building year, and with only one player gone from the starting five, next year Bear basketball fans should be better able to see the results of his coaching. Rene glances at the clock as he prepares to make a substitution. Rene Herrerias Coach ASSISTANT COACHES—Left to Right: Ned Averbuck, Bob Blake, Al Mathews. Although rarely seen by the public, the basketball managers, under the supervision of Senior Manager Dick Hoppin, a vital service to the success of the team. In addition to their usual managerial duties, they keep extensive records during the game of the performance of each player including the types of shots he attempted and the position on the court from which they were made. These charts are invaluable to the coach and the team for improving the abilities of the individual players and the team as a whole. The managers travel with the team to away games and make the necessary reservations for meals. Bob Blake is California ' s Varsity Assistant Basketball Coach, Freshman Coach, and chief Bear scout. Bob graduated from Cal in 1956 with an AB in Physical Education. He was a three-year letterman and Newell ' s 1955-56 Bears who won 17 games and lost 8. Blake was Cal ' s second highest scorer that year, behind Larry Friend, and was the Bears ' third leading scorer during his junior year in 1955. All told, the 6 ' 2 " ex-forward scored 746 points in his three years of varsity ball. Al Mathews helped Blake coach the A former basketballer under Nibs Price and an outstanding baseball pitcher, Mathews is working toward his Ph.D. in education. Ned Averbuck was Assistant Coach and Junior Varsity Coach. Ned finished his eligibility at California last year. He was a reserve forward for two years, and the Bears ' third forward last year, winning two varsity letters. BASKETBALL MANAGERS—Left to Right, Row One: Ned Griffith, Dick Hoppin, Mike Powers. Row Two: John Nicoles, Bob Towne, Joe Pfister, Bob Asmussen, George Ishiguro, Dave Averbuck, Pete Dolan. Season Summary In his second year as Cal ' s head basketball coach, Rene Herrerias had a seemingly impossible task. Of the six returning players, only two were lettermen. Facing their second year, having seen very limited action last year, these players were to form the nucleus of the 1961-62 Bear five. The team was scheduled to encounter such opponents as the Trojans, led by John Rudometkin, and the Huskies of Washington, led by Bill Hanson. The announcement that Herrerias ' top center prospect, Camden Wall, was ineligible only added to the problem. The starting line-up originally consisted of one senior, three juniors, and one sophomore. However, much shuffling was done throughout the season in an attempt to obtain the five players who worked best as a unit. Ed Donahue and Chris Carpenter were the only players who kept their starting positions. A star-studded alumni team provided the first test for the Bear five. They proved to be more than Rene Herrerias ' charges could handle as they won 59-55. The Cal team finished 2-3 this year against WCAC competition as they downed UOP 55-54 and slipped by St. Mary ' s 58-57 but then lost to USF 59-57 and again to Santa Clara 53-45. Later in the season they were whipped by Loyola 68-56. On a Rocky Mountain road trip, the Bears lost to Colorado twice 63-47 and 66-60 and to Utah 64-58. Back in Berkeley they won two one from Nebraska 50 -49 and the other from St. Louis 57-55. The Bears lost to Washington State 61-54 in the first round of the Far West Classic, but then proceeded to down Michigan 76-67 and Michigan State 85-72 in order to cop the consolation trophy. The league season produced little in the way of bright moments with the exception of a 68-65 overtime win over Washington in Seattle and a 61-60 sneaker over SC in Harmon Gym. The Bears ' season record was a disappointing 8-17. Camden Wall ' s return at center and the up coming reserves from a fine frosh team should help Cal finish higher in the standings next year. The Alumni plan the strategy which helped them win. Cal 55 . . . . Alumni 59 Few times in Cal ' s history has a Bear five faced an Alumni team that listed as many stars as this year ' s team. The old timers taught the varsity a thing or two as they jumped to a 13-2 lead in the first three minutes and kept ahead until the final whistle. Dick Doughty, 1959 center, who played behind All-American Darrall Imhoff for two years, was high man with 19 points and 12 rebounds. The game was no run-away as the final score of 59-55 indicates, and with more experience the team should improve through the season. The Alumni Pompon Girls enjoy all of the action which can be seen from their front row seats. Jim Smith sinks a field goal before his opponent can stop him. Cal 55 . . . . UOP 44 The 1961 Bear five got their first taste of victory at the expense of UOP. Plagued by inexperience, Cal was not able to put together a consistent drive in the first half. However, midway through the second half, the Bear offense began to click when Bob Wueste hit four field goals in a row. Wueste and Johnny Wible sparked the Cal attack with 12 points each. UOP ' s big gun, Ken Stanley, was held to 11 points and the Tigers 19 ball control errors. This was due as much to the poor play of UOP as it was to any brilliant action on the part of Cal. Non-Conference Games Cal 58 . . . . St. Mary ' s 57 In one of the hottest second halves ever played in Harmon gym, Cal nosed by the Gaels of St. Mary ' s 58-57. The road was rough for the Bears as the score was tied on five different occasions in the second stanza. St. Mary ' s tried a zone defense which was completely destroyed by the Bears. The only thing that kept Cal from running away with the game was the of Gael guard, Steve Gray, who topped all scorers with 28 points. Dick Smith was high man for Cal with 23. Both teams wait for the tip at the start of the Cal-St. Mary ' s clash. Cal 57 . . . . USF 59 With an 11 point lead and only 12 minutes left in regulation time the Bears began to show symptoms of " dropsy. " Nine times the Dons picked up the ball and scored. Cal could manage only 3 fielders themselves and at the buzzer the score stood 51-51. A wild overtime ensued, both teams ballhawking furiously. Ed Donahue managed to squeeze in for two buckets after Chris Carpenter ' s initial marker and the score stood 57-57 with 1:25 left. The Dons began working the ball, looking for one good shot, with Bob Gaillard and Jim Brovelli doing most of the ball-handling. Less than 20 seconds remained when Dick Smith, the Bears ' high scorer, fouled Brovelli who calmly sank both free throws to give USF a 59-57 lead. Cal had 13 seconds to tie the score but a final jumper by Donahue bounced off the rim. Bob Wuest makes his shot against UOP as Jim Smith and Don Lauer look on. Donahue deflects the ball from the hands of a surprised Gael. Donahue is all alone as he fires a jump shot against Broncos. Vollom flies through the air as everyone watches. Cal 45 . . . . Santa Clara 53 A quick-shifting zone defense by the Broncos and the loss of Ed Donahue combined to give California its second loss in two games. The Bears were unable to crack the Santa Clara defense, most of their shots being of the 15-25 foot jump variety. Even so, Cal out-totaled the Broncos in the field goal column 21-18. But 13 Bear ball control errors and 17 Santa Clara free throws as compared to the 4 free throws Rene Herrerias ' charges were able to muster provided all the difference necessary. The game was fairly even all the way and with 5:59 left the Bears were down only 3, 41-38. Then Gene Shields and Barry Christina went to work for the Broncos and although the rafters were shaky all night, when Shields canned his layup for 48-42 with 2:36 remaining, there was nothing left for them to hold up. Dick Garibaldi led all scorers with 18 while Dick Smith was high for California with 15. Carpenter comes down the ball during one of the Colorado games. Cal 47 . . . . Colorado 63 Cal 60 . . . . Colorado 66 California played a superior Colorado team on two consecutive nights and lost twice. Little went well for the Bears as they hit for a 33 per cent field goal average. On the first night Colorado took a 52-26 lead at one point in the lopsided match and rode to an easy win. Twelve Californians reached the scoring column, but they were not enough to off balance the scoring of the hot Buffs. The next night Dick Smith tallied 17 points but the Bears bowed to Colorado 66-60. Ken Charlton starred in the Buff ' s twin wins as he garnered a total of 42 points. Cal 58 . . . . Utah 64 The Bears gave a better account of themselves in the final test of their Rocky Mountain trip. Utah quickly jumped to a 33-22 halftime advantage and looked like easy victors. Led by Don Lauer, Cal came back to tie it up at 55-55 with 3 minutes left on the clock. Bo Crain and All-American Bill " The Hill " McGill then stuffed in two lay-ins to almost assure the Utes of victory. McGill ended the contest with 27 points, followed by Crain and Lauer with 12 each. Cal 57 . . . . St. Louis 55 Dick Smith ' s four free throws in the last 27 seconds provided the margin for a 57-55 victory over the St. Louis Billikens. Smith was high scorer for both teams with 17 points, even though he had a heavily taped left shoulder. He made good at the foul line, netting 7. Cal ' s foul shooting actually brought the victory. Outshot 22-17 from the floor, the Bears to push home 23 free throws to the visitors ' 11. Both clubs showed balanced scoring. Four Bears, Smith, Chris Carpenter, Don Lauer, and Dennis Vollom, broke into double figures. Cal 56 . . . . Loyola 68 The Bears played one of their best first halves of the season against Loyola and were only down 2 at 22-24 at the beginning of the second half. going into the final 20 minutes, Loyola sprung loose Ed Bento, who proceeded to can 31 points for a Harmon second half record. He finished with 37 points, one under Bob McKeen ' s 40 minute performance at Gym. The Bears jumped off to their first half behind forward Don Lauer, who wound up with 15 points and 12 rebounds for the night. But before 7 minutes were gone in the second stanza Bento had hit 12 in succession and the Lions forged ahead 36-33. Cal came back to knot the game at 39 and 43, but Bento, who had all but 15 Loyola points in that half, kept pouring through an assortment of jump shots, lay-ins, and hooks, which left the Bears watching. Vollom drives for a lay-up in the St. Louis game. Cal 50 . . . . Nebraska 49 Cal had just a 1 point lead while Nebraska had 31 seconds to either tie or pull ahead. The Cornhuskers passed carefully, hoping to break a man free. Finally with 11 seconds left, Ivan Grupe broke loose, took a pass under the basket, and attempted to ram the ball through. It hit the rim and bounded 15 feet away. This was typical of the loose play throughout the game. Cal committed 13 ball control errors and Nebraska 18. The Bears, however, couldn ' t seem to capitalize on Cornhusker miscues until early in the second half when Cal reserves began to find the range. The Bears showed good balance for a sophomore club as nine men scored. Bill Wilson hooks his shot despite the futile efforts of a Cornhusker. Wueste hooks it in against Loyola. Mary Sue Powell Far West Classic Basketball Queen " About basketball, I really think that we have the greatest coach in the world and a great bunch of guys representing us on the team, " says Mary Sue Powell the Far West Classic Basketball Queen. During her past four years at Cal, Mary Sue has been kept busy as Card Stunts Chairman, a member of Prytanean and Rally and Games Council, and Secretary and Treasurer for her sorority Kappa Alpha Theta. Majoring in Decorative Art, Mary Sue aims to be an Interior Decorator. Far West Classic Cal 54 . . . . Washington State 61 In the first round of the Far West Classic, the Bears took the floor against the Cougars of Washington State. The boys from Pullman led all the way, quickly breaking out to a 14-5 lead, and held a 27-22 margin at halftime. Cal came within one point, at 55-54, on a field goal by Don Lauer with little over a minute remaining, but the Cougars then pulled away. Lauer, who hit twenty points, was the only Bear in double figures. Bruce Ballmer Guard Carpenter shoots from inside. Cal 76 . . . . Michigan 67 Don Lauer scored 22 points and Bill contributed 20 more as Cal downed Michigan in its first tourney victory. Cal held a 33-25 halftime edge and moved out to an 18 point lead with five minutes left before the Wolverines closed the gap to nine. Cal 85 . . . . Michigan State 72 California and Michigan State played on even terms for ten minutes, but then Cal scored eight straight points to move out to a 22-19 lead and the Spartans never again threatened. The Golden Bears led 44-32 at halftime and held onto their throughout the second half. Against the Spartans, five Bears hit in double Jim Smith paced the attack with 19 points, followed by Denny Lewis with 16, Don Lauer with 14, Dick Smith with 13, and Chris Carpenter with 11. Lauer ' s point total for the entire tournament was 56. Chris Carpenter Center Burton Davies Guard Ed Donahue Forward Bob Wueste and Don Lauer fight for a rebound with Ken Stanley and John Rudometkin of SC. Lauer goes up for a rebound. Cal 57 . . . . Washington 62 Cal 63 . . . . Washington 70 Cal 68 . . . . Washington 65 " It was a team victory, but I ' m sure you ' d have to say that Dick Smith had the finest night of his career. " These words of praise were spoken by Coach Rene Herrerias on his return from Seattle where his Golden Bears had beaten a startled Huskie team 68-65 in overtime. His acclamation of Smith was not unwarranted as the Gilroy junior had come off the bench to pace the team, hitting 10 of 15 from the floor and 9 out of 10 charity tosses for a total of 29 points. After taking a 37- 32 halftime lead, the Bears changed lead with the Northerners seven times in the second period. California took the lead at 52-51 on a field goal by Bob Wueste and the two teams traded basket for basket until the final buzzer stopped the scoring at 58-58. Washington jumped to a 61-60 overtime lead, but Wueste hit another field goal, Smith contributed a pair of free throws, and Cal was out in front to stay. Ed Rucker Center Don Lauer Forward Dan Lufkin Guard Denny Lewis Guard Jim Smith shoots over the outstretched hand of SC ' s Ken Stanley. Cal 41 . . . . USC 68 Cal 52 . . . . USC 79 Cal 61 . . . . USC 60 Pandemonium broke loose in Harmon Gym as some 5,500 slightly hysterical fans saw Dick Smith calmly pop in a 15 foot jump shot with 5 scant seconds left to give Cal a 61-60 win over SC. Beaten twice earlier in the season by the Trojans, the victory was sweet revenge for the Bears. For Smith, who appeared completely unruffled by the of the situation, the shot was a perfect topping to his 22 point output for the night. Cal led by 4 points at halftime, but were down 9 at one point in the second half. They came back into contention, and when Smith sank his shot the game went into the books as a California win. Little Denny Lewis gets his shot off over Washington ' s Bill Hanson. Dick Smith Guard Jim Smith Forward Jim Snider Forward Denis Vollom Guard John Weld Forward John Wible Guard Jim Smith tips it in. Bill Wilson Forward Bob Wueste Center Cal 42 . . . . Stanford 72 Cal 51 . . . . Stanford 64 Cal 54 . . . . Stanford 59 For the first time in 8 years, Cal was unable to come up with a win over Stanford. The Indians, comprising one of the finest Stanford basketball teams since the Luisetti era, relied on brilliant outside shooting in the first game to whip the Bears 74-42. This 32-point spread is the largest margin of Stanford victory in the long Cal-Stanford series. The second and third games were played on successive nights in much the same manner of play. Stanford, more cautious than during the first game, drove in for shorter shots and often passed off to Tom Dose, their big center, for his short jumps and hooks. Dose was high point man each night. For Cal, each successive encounter showed the Bears to be a little better. The 32-point spread in the first game was reduced to 13, and then to 5 in the final game. Had Cal, in fact, been able to come up with a better shooting percentage, instead of their mediocre 34 % , the third game might have been theirs. Donahue and Carpenter bring down a rebound for Cal. Dave Williams Guard Cal 60 . . . . UCLA 71 Cal 62 . . . . UCLA 68 Cal 54 . . . . UCLA 66 Three times this year the Bears met cousin Bruin from Westwood and each time the final buzzer sounded, UCLA had the edge. For the most part, the games were as different as any three of the season. In one contest Cal played UCLA on even terms right down to the closing minutes while in another game the Bears found themselves down 28-4 midway in the first half. UCLA, a late bloomer this season, looked very impressive with fine team balance and great shooting. Their steady play allowed the Bruins to sweep the AAWU championship and to advance to the NCAA semi-finals where they lost to national champion Cincinnati by a slim 2 points. Johnny Weld lays it in from behind. Ned Averbuck Coach Blues This year the Blues were coached by former Cal forward, Ned Averbuck. The JV ' s posted a 7-5 season record. Their include two wins over the Cal Frosh 49-33 and 65-68. They also defeated Contra Costa College 59-44, Santa Rosa JC 69-23, Napa JC 85-29, the USF Golds 68-59, and the Stanford Braves 67-61. They were twice beaten by the Olympic Club 60-58 and 75-68 and by the Stanford Braves 60-40 and 62-55. Their other loss was to the USF Golds 62-52. More important than their win-loss record, however, is the fact that the Blues were able to develop their basketball skills rather than just sitting on the bench, for it is these same players that Coach Rene Herrerias will call upon in the next few years if the Bears are to have any success on the court. BLUES BASKETBALL TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Burton Davies, Dan Lufkin, Doug Hall. Row Two: Ned Averbuck, Coach; Steve Belser, Jim Snider, Jim McNally, Ed Rucker. Steve Belser easily gets off his shot. FROSH BASKETBALL TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Mike Green, Dan Neufeld, Dennis Neufeld, Jim Gordon Gooby, Bill Caldwell, Howard Holt. Row Two: Bob Blake, Coach; Roger Guichard, Tom Thomas, Dan Wolthers, Mike Henderson, Dave Gray, Bob Bill Carter. Frosh Dan Wolthers shoots over his opponent. Bob Blake Coach Last December, the second phase of Pete Newell ' s athletic program began to swing into operation when the Frosh basketball team opened their season. The scope of the recruiting program was quite as evidenced by the fact that two of the starting five were from out-of-state. The 1961-62 Cubs compiled a 12-4 record, and some of their wins were by 16 point margins or better. They were defeated twice by the Stanford Frosh, and once each by San Jose City College and the Cal Med Center. The Frosh ended the year outshooting their opponents 39.2-35.8 per cent from the floor and 59.0-58.5 from the free throw line. They snatched 720 rebounds to the visitors ' 626 and outscored them 967-862 for an average of 60.4-53.9. Mike Henderson, the 6 ' 6 " center from Lansing, Michigan, who averaged 15.4 points per game, moved into fifth place among the all-time Cal Frosh scorers. Dan Wolthers, guard, was second in total points with 188 and a 12.7 average. He was followed by forward Bob Tanenbaum from New York, who was also second Henderson in rebounding. Howard Holt, the quick little guard, led the at the free throw line with a 74.4 average. Rounding out the starting five was Bill Carter, Highjump champion from S.F. who finished third in rebounding. Rene Herrerias should be able to use such excellent frosh talent to a good advantage next year. Howie Holt lays it in. Brutus Hamilton Coach Jack McKeown passes the baton to Don Talley in the mile relay. Track California ' s track coach, Brutus Hamilton, is a dean of world track and field coaching. He has been coaching major college teams for over 30 years, having started at Kansas in 1929 and at Cal in 1932. He coached the 1952 United States Olympic team and served as Director of Athletics at Cal from 1947 through 1956. Mr. Hamilton the U. S. in the 1920 and 1924 Olympic Games and placed second in the ' 20 decathlon. Presently, he serves as Dean of Men at Cal in addition to coaching. Coach Hamilton has the very able services of Al Ragan, who has served in the capacity of freshman and assistant varsity coach since 1928. Together they have many league champions, Olympic medal winners, and world record holders. Al Ragan Assistant Coach The crowd watches the finish of the 220 lows. Varsity Track Team TRACK MANAGERS — Left to Right: Keith Conning, Andy Shields, Jerry Sapiro, Richard Sapiro. VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Steve Ipson, Ed Donahue, Roger Olsen, Denis Vollom, Gene Johnson. Row Two: John Hatton, Dave Allen Peters, Jerry Norstrom, Richard Myer, Richard James, Gary Walton, Gordon Baechtel. Row Three: Bill Edmonds, Martin Ziebarth, Donald Talley, Bill Sprague, Dick Harding, Jim Whitaker, Bill Barbee, Gordon Whitehead, Larry Baack. Row Four: George Prime, Garey Weber, Neil Schmidt, Tom Cummings, Mike Moyer, Todd Gaskill, Victor Manuelli, Bill Remick. Season Summary " I got them through a Daily Cal want ad. " These were the words of Coach Hamilton when asked where he obtained the major portion of the 1962 Cal squad. Racked by and other misfortunes this year ' s track team on the success of loyal students who answered Coach Hamilton ' s plea for help. And they had anything to look forward to but a pleasant time. Many sports fans thought Mary Levy ' s football team had a rough time this year. Obviously they overlooked the track team ' s Listed thereon were five teams who were rated by Coach Hamilton as " among the six best teams in the " USC, Oregon, Oregon State, San Jose State, and Stanford. In addition, Cal also met a strong UCLA squad led by their decathlon star C.K. Yang. Ironically, Cal was forced to Combat this list of stalwart foes with its most inexperienced track team since 1955. Besides the fact that a good portion of the team was composed of " want ad boys, " many of the team ' s veterans were competing in events other than their specialties solely because they were needed. Oregon and San Jose State made the first appearance in Edwards Stadium and brought with them a talented array of individuals. New school records were set by Gene Johnson with a 6 ' 10 " high jump and Dave Maggard with 58 ' 4 " put of the shot, but the rest of the Cal team failed to score as many points. Oregon won the meet, followed by SJS at 81-52 2 3. A dual meet with SC saw the Bears score a moral victory as they held the cocky Trojans, defending NCAA crampions, to under 100 points. Gene Johnson, Marty Ziebarth, and John Hatton each contributed individual victories, but SC won 88-43. Cal was able to garner more points than Fresno State but Was not able to overcome a superior Oregon State team. Triangular meet scoring showed Oregon State 99-Cal State 15. The remainder of the season included with UCLA, SCYV, and Stanford, and a series of open relays climaxed by the NCAA championships held this year in Eugene, Oregon. Denis Vollom, Bill Sprague, and Dick Harding compete for Cal in the 120 highs. Jack MeKeown 440 Marty Ziebarth 880 and mile Don Talley passes the baton to Marty Ziebarth in the mile relay. John Hatton Mile and Two Mile Bill Barbee finishes third in the 220. George Linn, Gordon Whitehead, and John Hatton await the sound of the gun at the start of the two mile run. Gene Johnson, school high jump record holder at 7 ' , easily clears 6 ' 6 " . George Linn Mile and Two Mile Dick Harding and Bill Sprague are Cal ' s top hurdlers. Bill Sprague goes over for Cal in the 220 lows. Jerry Nordstrum Discus, Javelin, and Shot Put Marty Ziebarth takes another first in the 880 against Fresno State and Oregon State. Dave Fishback wins the frosh 880. John Hatton and Gary Walton finish first and second against SC in the mile. Jim Whitaker, Bill Barbee, and Vic Manuelli take off for Cal in the 100. Dave Maggard Shot Put Bill Sprague and Dick Harding clear the first set of high hurdles. Bill Sprague Hurdles Oregon gains another 5 points. Don Talley takes the baton from Bill Barbee in the mile relay. Dave Archibald wins the frosh 440. Dennis Peacocke, frosh pole vault record holder, cleared 14 feet several times this season. Howard Holt competes for the frosh in the 220 lows. Marty Ziebarth wins the 880 for Cal against SC. Oregon wins the 220 in a triangular meet with Cal and SJS. Dick Harding Hurdles Frosh The runners await the gun at the start of the mile. FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Bill Carter, Howard Holt, Don Castle, David McCarthy, Raleigh Steinbach, Charles Watson, Larry Cook, George Hreha. Row Two: Tim Collins, Larry Rickertson, David Bob Fisher, Art Heinemann, Peter Dalton, Richard Malmgren, Charles Julien. Row Three: Dave Fishback, Pete Bezzerides, Bill Caldwell, Dave Archibald, Ned Ryan, Alan Bierce, Al Courchesne, Doug Brown, Jim Diego, Bruce Rogers. Cal finishes first, second, and third. Records were broken in almost every meet as one of the best freshman track teams in Cal ' s history displayed their talents this year. The frosh started the season by winning a triangular meet with Fresno CC and College of Marin by the lopsided score of 105 1 2-40-5 1 2. Then they lost to the SJS Frosh 81-50 but came back to win their next three meets. The scores were: Cal Frosh 83 5 6-CCSF 49-Sacramento CC 18 1 6, Cal Frosh 102 1 2-Modesto JC 55 1 2-Contra Costa CC 34-Santa Rosa JC 11, and Cal Frosh 100-Oakland CC 60 College 22 Costa CC 20. New records were set in almost all events. Dave Castle the old shot put record with a heave of 53 ' 11 The frosh mile relay team of Dave Archibald, Al Courchesne, Doug Brown, and Dave Fishback set a new record at 3:12.2. Art Heinemann bettered the old two mile record by 8.7 seconds with a time of 9:37.9, and Don Schmidt heaved the discus 163 ' 10 for a new record. Dennis Peacock vaulted 14 ' 1 to break that record. Dave Archibald ran the second fastest frosh quarter mile in national collegiate history at 46.7, and Bill Carter cleared 6 ' 8 1 2 " to set a new high jump record. Don Castle sets a new frosh shot put record. Competition is keen as the runners clear the first hurdle. The runners make a final lunge for the tape at the end of the race. All clocks stop as Dave Archibald breaks the tape. Cal ' s frosh mile relay team practices before a meet. Trophies, traditions, and equipment decorate the interior of the Ky Ebright boathouse. Crew Last year Jim Lemmon began his third year as California ' s varsity crew coach. In his first two years, his varsity boat has won the IRA twice and his jayvee boat has finished second both years. Jim succeeded Ky Ebright after being Ky ' s assistant from 1954. He rowed for Cal in 1941, ' 42, and ' 46 and graduated Phi Beta Kappa in Criminology. Coach Lemmon heads a sport which has as memorable and traditional a history as any Cal sport. California varsity boats have won the IRA eight times since 1928 with dual victories in 1934-35 and again in 1960-61. Three Ky Ebright boats won Olympic eight-oared gold medals: 1928 at Amsterdam, 1932 at Long Beach, and 1948 at London. Cal has been in every U.S. Olympic trial since 1928, with the exception of 1956. It is no wonder that the 1962 Bear rowers worked so hard to add to this tradition. Jim Lemmon Coach Cal crews practice on the estuary. CREW MANAGERS — Left to Right, Row One: Pete Pike, Rick Daley, Tom Rinn. Row Two: Bill Stein, Mike Goldberg, Max Groussman, Bus Driver; Bill Wright. Not Pictured: Geoffrey Bill, Roger Boaz, Joe Falkenham, Jay Flachsenhar, Mayer Lechowitzy, Gilbert Walker, Senior Manager. " Easy now, don ' t drop it! " Selecting the right oar takes time and patience. Coach Lemmon gives a few pointers to coxswains Steve Horn, Jim Libien, and Dan Phillips. 1961 Crew Results VARSITY Win Loss Dual Races 5 0 Triangular Races 1 0 Regattas 1 1 Overall Record 7 1 JUNIOR VARSITY Win Loss Dual Races 4 0 Triangular Races 1 0 Regattas 1 1 Overall Record 6 1 FRESHMEN Win Loss Dual Races 7 1 Triangular Races 0 0 Regattas 0 0 Overall Record 7 1 OPPONENTS DEFEATED: ( twice or more) VARSITY (18) Brown, Columbia, Cornell, MIT, Long Beach State, Navy, Oregon State, Penn, Princeton, Rutgers, Stanford , Syracuse, UCLA , UCS , UBC, Wisconsin. JUNIOR VARSITY (14) Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, MIT, Navy, Penn, Princeton, Rutgers, Stanford, Syracuse, UCLA , UBC, Washington , USC. FRESHMEN (5) Long Beach State, Orange Coast, UCLA, USC. DEFEATED BY: VARSITY (1) Washington — Pacific Coast Sprints by by .2 second JUNIOR VARSITY (1) Cornell — IRA Regatta by 2 1 2 lengths FRESHMEN (1) Washington — Dual Race by length CHAMPIONSHIPS: ( defended championship) VARSITY I.R.A. Three Mile Champions Pacific Cosast Dual Champions Runner-up Pacific Coast Sprints JUNIOR VARSITY Pacific Coast Dual Champions Pacific Coast Sprint Champions Runner-up IRA Regatta FRESHMEN Runner-up Pacific Coast Dual Races Warren Moyes passes off to a teammate as he is brought down from behind. Pete Olson takes the ball after the scrimmage. Loren Hawley leaps high in the air in an attempt to catch the Cal thrown-in. Pete Olson passes off to Brian Reid against UCLA. The entire Cal team tries to control the throw-in. Brutus Hamilton Coach Cross Country The 1961 Cross Country team was hurt greatly by the loss of Al Gaylord and Woody Covington. Nevertheless, the team gave an all-out effort and throughout the season it surprised many people. In the first meet of the season, the Sacramento Invitational, John Hatton tied the course record of 15:09 set by Al Gaylord last year. Despite his fine efforts, Cal placed second to Stanford 41-62. (Low score wins.) The Cal Frosh easily won the JC division in a fourway meet with Stanford, San Jose State, and USC, a new attendance record of 49 humans and 1 dog was set. The previous record was 29 humans and 3 dogs. SJS surprisingly trounced Stanford 19-58 while Cal defeated USC 72-83. John Hatton finished second in a field of 36 as Cal won the California Invitational at Palo Alto. The score was Cal 30, Stanford 35, and UCLA 68. All of the Harriers did particularily well and freshman Art Heinemann outran every UCLA runner except first place finisher Milton Dahl. On All-U weekend. Cal participated in a four-way meet with UCLA, USC, and UCSB. Although USC and UCLA took the first two places, Cal led by John Hatton bunched all five of its scores in the top eight finishers and easily won the meet. In dual meet scoring, Cal topped USC 24-37, defeated UCLA 20-39, and swamped UCSB 16-45. Favored SJS easily won the San Jose State Invitational by a quadrangular score of SJS 20, Stanford 76, SCYV 79, and Cal 80. John was Cal ' s top man finishing sixth. The Santa Clara Youth Village broke the course record which was previously held by Cal ' s Al Gaylord. In the final meet of the season, the West Coast Cross Country championship held at Stanford, Cal tied the Indians for third place behind Idaho and SJS. Senior Gordon Whitehead led the Harriers in eleventh place. With the end of the season the team busily themselves for the coming track season. Gary Walton and Jim Weil approach the end of the course. Part of a record crowd looks for the runners somewhere over the next hill. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Jim Weil, John Hatton, Gary Walton, Art Heinemann. Row Two: Coach Hamilton, Dick Govan, George Linn, Karl Uebel, Gordon Whitehead. Coach Hamilton gives the team a few pointers before a meet. The other runners are still out of sight as John Hatton finishes first for Cal. Gary Walton crosses the line with Jim Weil not far behind. Gordon Whitehead ' s finish gives added points for the Bears. John Hatton leads the pack up the Panoramic Way course. Bill Phillips Coach Swimming High hopes in December later turned into a fretful apprehension about the swimming season. Several key members of the team were not able to compete and their absence left the Aqua Bears with a very hard season to face. Also, the calibre of league competition was as stiff as always, making prospects even dimmer. The Bears defeated Long Beach City College 53.41, Utah 50-45, San Francisco State 61-34, Oakland City College 55-39, and UOP 59-36. They lost to Stanford 62-33 and 59-36, USC 63-16, Foothill 66.28, and San Jose State 67-28, and tied UCLA 47 to 47 This left them 5-5-1 for the season. Cal also finished fourth in the AAWU meet held at Stanford. New records were posted in a variety of events this season. The school ' s four man relay record was broken three times this year by a team composed of John Pete Applegate, Russell Porter, and Phil Knight. They swam the 400 yards in 3:29.1. Jim Baird broke the 200 freestyle record several times. His best time was 2:09.8. Russell Porter set a new record in the 100 freestyle at 51 seconds flat. Phil Knight tied his own school record in the 20 0 yard medley as 2:10.8. Although graduation will take many of Coach Phillips ' veterans, a strong frosh team should provide ample material for the Bear coach next year. Members of the varsity shout words of encouragement to their teammates during the medley relay. The team takes a break after a meet. VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Duane Duff, Jim Baird, Pete Applegate, Phil Goode, Burton Vorhees, Phil Knight. Row Two: Bill Phillips, Coach; Preston Porter, Russell Porter, Armon Arndt, Roland Stanley, John Owens, Breck Thomas, Perry Dobson, John Montgomery, Tom Groves, Not Pictured: Rae Archibald, Tom Fashinell, Dave Loskutoff. Jim Marrett Coach Frosh Coached by Jim Marrett, California ' s freshman swimming team has compiled an impressive 8-3 record thus far this season. Their victories include wins over Sacramento State 62-33 and 60-34, Castlemont HS 55 San Jose State Frosh 58-33, Oakland City College 48-47, 65-28, St. Mary ' s Varsity 67-25, and Montgomery HS 61-34. They were defeated by Stanford 59-31 and 54-40 and by Berkeley HS 51-44. Several records were broken by the frosh team this year. Jack Morgal set a new 220-yard freestyle record at 2:13.6. Spencer Kagan broke the 50 and 100 freestyle records with times of 23.0 and 51.4, respectively. Varsity Coach Phillips is also looking at one of the other frosh with an envious eye for possible recruitment. This individual is Jay Rodriguo, the frosh diver, who is currently undefeated in his 10 college meets. He has averaged over 50 points better than the best varsity diver and usually garners 210-215 points per meet. In addition to the talent of these individuals the team ' s depth contributed greatly to its success. FROSH SWIMMING TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Henry Hunt, Victor Jensen, Glen Cunningham, Dick Gellespie, Jim Roumasette. Row Two: Jim Marrett, Coach; Jeff McCreary, Jack Morgal, Ed Whipple, Dennis Donahue. Spencer Kagan. Steve Beilock. Swimmers hit the water at the start of the backstroke. A good start is essential to a winning race. Chet Murphy Coach Tennis The Cal tennis team was very fortunate this year to have three of its top four men back from last year ' s third place NCAA team. It was bad news for the Bears when Jim McManus, Cal ' s number two man last year and half of the NCAA fifth place doubles team, was declared ineligible. But the return of Bill Hoogs, rated number twenty in the nation, and Paul Welles and Mike Farrell made Coach Murphy ' s troubles much lighter. Sophomores Barry and Edgie Scott have also pleased the Bear coach with their fine play. Cal ' s opposition in tennis is always from among the top teams in the nation. UCLA and USC, who finished first and second in the NCAA finals last year, are again rated top contenders for a repeat performance. The Bears opened the season by winning the Northern California Intercollegiate held i n San Jose. They then proceeded to down San Jose State 9-0 and 6-3, UCSB 8-1, Sacramento State 8-1, and USF 9-0. On a trip to Los Angles the Bears lost to USC 7-2 and UCLA 6-3. Except for another with these schools the rest of the Bears ' schedule is not too difficult and Coach Murphy is already looking forward to the NCAA championships to be held at Stanford in late June. VARSITY TENNIS TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Dick Abramson, Rick Jordan, Bill Hoogs. Row Two: Mike Farrell, Paul Welles, Edgie Scott, Barry Baskin, Larry Weeshoff, Chet Murphy, Coach. The varsity team practices on the Channing Courts. The loser congratulates the winner after the meet. Practice makes perfect. Coach Murphy illustrates the proper way to hold a racket to Doug Sykes, Doug Gilbert, Bob Hopper, and Jamie Sutton. Frosh Seven freshmen tennis players worked out regularly at the Channing Courts in for several matches with small colleges, junior colleges, and rival Participating for the frosh this year were Doug Sykes, Doug Gilbert, Bob Jamie Sutton, Kent Olson, Roy and Ron McIlheny. Coached by Chet Murphy the team learned the fine points of good collegiate tennis. They started the season well by winning the frosh division of the Northern California Intercollegiate Tournament. They have also defeated Lowell HS 5-4 and St. Mary ' s Frosh 9-0. Their only loss was to CCSF 5-4, and they tied Oakland City College 4 1 2-4 1 2 and CCSF 4 1 2. The Cal Frosh will conclude their season with two matches against Stanford. The frosh team practices on the Channing Courts. Early season practice includes intro-squad matches for positions on the varsity team. NCAA rope-climbing champion, Paul Davis, ties the record. GYMNASTICS TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Paul Nibarger, Jim Pedgrift, Rich Golden, Dick Schmidt, Lionel Maldonado. Row Two : Lou Perschke, Assistant Coach; John Ostarello, Assistant Coach; Bob Brady, Mike Nelson, Steve Zahm, Joe Slusky, Hal Frey, Coach. Row Three: Dave Loskutoff, Tom Fashinell, Mac Sutherland, Bob Crodd Chinn, Bill Borden. Tom Fashinell exhibits the form which gained him the AAWU trampoline championship. Gymnastics This year the California gymnastics team, under the able guidance of Coach Hal Frey, extended its string of dual meet victories to 35. Their last dual meet loss was to SC in 1958. The Bears downed SJS 80-45, Sacramento State 76-52, Stanford SF State 97-31, Olympic Club 82 1 2, SC 69159, Long Beach State 89-47, and UCLA 77-51. They also finished second in the Western Intercollegiate at Sacramento and tied SC for first in the AAWU Championships at Seattle. The Bears were the defending champions of both titles. Outstanding for Cal were Paul Davis, (2.9), NCAA rope-climb champion; Rich Schmidt, AAWU and western ring champion; Bill Borden, AAWU parallel bar champion; Tom Fashinell, AAWU trampoline champion; and Mac Sutherland, AAWU tumbling champion. The Bear successes were due not only to their stars, but also to the tremendo us depth of the team. Others who scored for Cal were Crodd Chinn, high bar and all-around; Steve Zahm, rings; and Lionel Maldonado, side horse. It is upon these talented sophomores that Coach Frey will depend if the Bears are to extend their dual meet victory string next year. Hal Frey Coach Bill Borden, AAWU parallel bar champion, performs on the still bar. Members of the rifle team plan their strategy for a future meet. Master Sergeant Dineen Coach Dave Kimes, Cal All-American, works out between meets. Dave Weiner practices on the rifle range. Riflery In addition to winning the Northern California Intercollegiate Rifle Conference championships, the 1961-62 Bear riflery team won the California Invitational, in which 9 teams participated, and the National Intercollegiate Conference in which 16 teams from all over the western United States were The team was 9-1 in the regular season, losing to Stanford 1418-1408. In a later rematch they defeated the Indians 1444-1425. Cal ' s only other loss this season was to Oregon State 1440-1432 in a non-conference match. Since the Beavers have one of the best teams in the country, this loss was not a disgrace for the Bears. Besides, the Bears ' losing score would have won any other match they played this year. In 1961 Cal boasted two All-Americans, Wayne Fenner and Dave Kimes, out of a nation-wide total of ten. This year both men were back, and another Bear, Paul Nielson, was on the All-America mention list. It is most probable that he will be selected for the honor, thus giving Cal three men on the team. It is easy to see why M Sgt. Maurice Dineen, the team ' s coach, is well pleased with the performance of his men. RIFLE TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Dave Weiner, Dave Kimes, Ed Howes, Lee Surh, Gay Kubota. Row Two: M Sgt. M. L. Dineen, Roger Rogers, Fred Lercari, Paul Nielson, Bob Wight, Lloyd O ' Sullivan. VARSITY GOLF TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Jon Schoenberger, Bob Brachman, Dave Steiner. Row Two: Alex Eichmann, Assistant Coach; Jim Giffen, Dave Newsom, Larry Edwards, Jerry Rekers. Not Bill Judge. Golf Dave Steiner looks down the fairway before teeing off. Jim Giffen gets off a well placed tee shot. Every year the Cal golf team draws its opposition from teams which are among the nation ' s best. This year was no exception. San Diego State and San Jose State, in to regular AAWU opponents, strong opposition for the Bears. Coach Bolcheff had Bob Brachman and Larry Edwards return from last year ' s team. Senior Jim Giffen, who played regularly as a sophomore, also competed for the Bears along with sophomores Jerry Rekers and Jon Schoenberger. With this talent, the Bears have hopes for improv their season record of 4-7 last year. Thus far this season they have defeated Chico State 10 1 2-4 1 2 and Sacramento State 14-13. They lost to San Francisco State 21-6, and to San Jose State 20-7. This year ' s frosh team is also a pleasant surprise to Coach Bolcheff, who is looking forward to having them play on the varsity team next year. Larry Edwards, Jerry Rekers, and Dave Newsom gaze in awe as Bob Brachman sinks his putt. Kooman Boycheff Coach Ed Nemir Coach Boxing This was a year of rebuilding for Boxing Coach, Ed Nemir. took conference champions Gordon Van Kessel and Don Ricci and veterans Fred Weaver, John Wylie and Jack Returning boxers, however, included conference champion Dennis and lettermen Mike Huffman, Dennis Treadway, Larry Costa, Bill McAdam, and Roger Kent. Promising newcomers Tom Bulgin and Dave Weiner. The fall intramural tournament, the main source of varsity boxing material, had well over 100 participants. Inasmuch as conference rules forbid schools to recruit boxers who have had experience in the Golden Gloves match, AAU tournaments or in Armed Forces competition, the member schools, to a large degree, begin the season on an equal basis. The schedule was full of hard-fought dual meets and the season ended in the team ' s 3-3-2 finish. A solid punch lands on an unguarded jaw. Members of the Boxing team don their protective gear before a practice session. BOXING TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Dave Weiner, Dennis Natoli, James DiGrazia, Cliff Sarko, Mike Huffman, Dennis Treadway. Row Two: Ed Nemir, Coach; Larry Costa, Bill McAdam, Roger Kent, Tom Bulgin, Roger Baker, Don Bell. Men ' s Skiing Due to the bad Sierra weather, the Bear team was able to compete in only four meets. After a rigorous week of training at Squaw Valley, the Bears placed third in the FWII at Donner Pass. Junior Mike Foley captured second in the downhill while captain Paul Duncan placed second in the slalom and jump. The following week, the Bears placed fourth behind NCAA champion Denver U., Sierra and Nevada U. at the annual Reno Winter Carnival. Duncan was again the top Bear, placing third in the skimeister. The Vanderbilt, held in a blizzard, was won by Chico State while the Bears were deadlocked in second place with Sierra. The season was climaxed when the Bears finished sixth in the NCAA at Squaw Valley. Seventeen and colleges were represented in this competition. Duncan placed sixth in the skimeister followed by Ward Noble in ninth. Skiing for the Bears this season were veterans Paul Duncan, Mike Foley, Ward Noble, Larry Galer, and Peter Hacker. Peter Urrea, Jay Erbes, and Greg Austin were new members of the team. Bruno Richter Coach Mike Foley, top Bear downhill skier, easily handles a tricky bump. Captain Paul Duncan comes off of the ski jump on Olympic Hill at Squaw Valley. Sophomore Larry Galer negotiates a tight corner in the slalom at Donner Pass. MEN ' S SKI TEAM — Left to Right: Pete Urrea, Jay Erbes, Greg Austin, Paul Duncan, Mike Foley, Larry Galer. Not pictured: Pete Hacker, Ward Noble. Dick Rice and Ken Nemzer demonstrate a hold to the team during a practice session. George Uchida Coach Members of the wrestling team practice between meets. Wrestling Graduation took a heavy toll on the wrestling team. In his first year as California ' s wrestling coach, George Uchida had Phi Beta Kappa Ken Nemzer, Captain Dick Rice, and Bill Lascurettes returning from last year ' s team. Though the spirit was there, the muscle e vidently was not, as the Bear grapplers finished the season with a 3-8 mark. In their first meet they beat the Cal Aggies 21-13 but then began a losing streak. They lost to SF State 18-15, to Chico State 21.11, and to San Diego State 34-0. The return of Dick Rice, who sat out the first four matches, sparked the Bears, but they still lost to CalPoly 19-11 and three days later to UCLA 20-6. The losing streak was ended with a 16-14 squeaker over Stanford with the meet going right down to the final match before the winner was decided. An uneventful road trip north saw the Bears whitewashed by Oregon 30-0. They also bowed to Washington 17-13. Back in Harmon Gym, a surprising Cal team allowed Santa Clara 2 points in the last 10 seconds, but easily beat the Broncos 31-2. The Bears ended their season with a loss to SJS. The 13th PCI Tournament was held in Berkeley this year but Toby Burnett was the only Cal man able to reach the semi-finals. WRESTLING TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Toby Burnett, Ricky Sylvester, Allen Chen Dave Packard, Earl Pogue. Row Two: Max Levine, Frank Millman, Don Taylor, John Harder, Chuck Knudsen, Manager. Row Three: Bob Fisher, Dick Rice, Captain; Ken Nomzer, Dave Kuhlman, George Uchida, Coach. Kooman Boycheff Director Men ' s Intramurals Intramural activity at Cal during the 1961-62 season set new records for participation and high-spirited competition. from the University ' s large number of campus living groups, men ' s intramural sports provided competitive for over 85 residence halls, fraternities, boarding houses, and campus organizations. The organization of the intramural program is under the supervision of Dr. Kooman Boycheff. The intramural office is in charge of the planning, and officiating of all intramural games. To assist the I.M. department in setting policy and to reflect student opinion, the Student Intramural Advisory Board has been this year. The Board consists of representatives of all of the groups participating in intramurals. Intramural activity centers around the American and National Leagues. These leagues compete in all sports each year for the overall Trophy. The American League is composed of all halls, boarding houses, and interest groups that wish to compete, while the National League is made up of nearly 50 fraternities. Around fifty plaques were awarded for in the various National and American League sports. In most sports, play-offs between the victors of the two Leagues decided the All-University championship. Larger plaques were awarded to these winners. The two overall champions of the Leagues, which were decided at the end of the season, received new perpetual trophies this year. Both trophies were retired last year. A third intramural league, the U.C. League, provides competition of interest groups in the popular sports of touch football, basketball, soccer, and Open singles and doubles tournaments in all sports are also held by the intramural department. This is the chief means through which many of the university teams, particularly boxing, wrestling, and golf, obtain their players. Officiating, a large segment of the intramurals organization, was scheduled and supervised this year by head official Gary Foss. All major sports are judged by at least one intramural official. STUDENT INTRAMURAL ADVISORY BOARD — Left to Right, Row One: Bill Kish, Dick Rice, Bob Van Ness, Sandy Svetcov, Kent Pearson, Dave Hofmann. Row Two: Hunter Arakawa, Jay Fleming, Barry Harlan, Kooman Boycheff, Director. BOALT HALL FOOTBALL TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Ron Tochterman, Tom Kemp, Robert Williams, Al Monaco, Sandy Poeter, George Humphreys, Anson Whitfield. Row Two: John Ball, Lowell Carruth, Irving Hurd, Stacey Walthall, Ned Washburn. The fall season was an exceptional one for intramural touch football. A talented and practiced array of football teams was led by Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Tau and Kappa Nu in the National League, and Bowles Hall and the 21-Club in the League. But it was Boalt Hall that seemed to have a little more in every respect. The law school men played their way to an undefeated season (13-0) and copped three championships. They won the A.L. title with a 12-6 victory over tough Bowles Hall, took the All-U title by overpowering crafty Sigma Chi 22-16, and also won the U.C. League title in a squeaker over Cloyne Court. Sigma Chi won the National League crown by downing Phi Delta Theta in the finals 26-12. The Phi Delts had taken second place by defeating Phi Kappa Tau 16-6. Bowles Hall was second in the A.L. after downing the 21-Club. Dan Mott spikes the ball for Sigma Chi against ZBT in the finals of the National League Volleyball Tournament. An expert five man volleyball team from Sigma Chi again brought home the National League championship. However, they had tough from Zeta Beta Tau, who won the second meeting between the two squads 15-13, 16-14. But the Sigs came back to defeat ZBT in the final game 15-10, 15-9, for the N.L. crown. In the American League it was again Boalt Hall that took the honors. The lawyers won the title by downing Putnam Hall in the finals 15-11, 16- 14. The intramural department also sponsored a two man volleyball league and a co-educational day, which occurred late this spring. DEUTSCH HALL BOWLING TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Paul Cheng, Dale Borglum, John Lovett. Row Two: Leigh Townsend, Christ Thompson. Minor intramural sports often produce as much spirited competition as the larger team sports. Badminton, horseshoes, tennis, table tennis, and bowling give evidence of the many performances. This year ' s bowling excellency was achieved by Deutsch Hall and Barrington Hall in the American League, and Zeta Beta Tau and Phi Kappa Tau in the National League These teams quite often averaged over 180 and 190 pins a game for the six game contests. The intramural department also sponsors tournaments in these minor sports. Singles tournaments are held the fall and doubles tournaments in the spring. Table tennis is a sport which brings out a great deal of individual This year ' s singles tourney was won by Hasan Nusratty, who teamed up with second place Thomas Lam to win the doubles title. PHI KAPPA TAU BASKETBALL TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Dick Harding, Dick Hoover, Jim Black, Row Two: Larry Wesoff, Dick Johnson, Roger Caron, Chuck Rowins. This year ' s basketball championship was repeat performance in the National League. A talented Phi Kappa Tau team took their second straight N.L. basketball title by edging Sigma Alpha Epilson in the final game 31-30. The Phi Taus remained undefeated throughout the season, but they had several close calls, including 17-16 squeaker over Sigma Chi. The SAE ' s clinched second by downing Phi Sigma Kappa 24-21. They defeated third place Lambda Chi Alpha earlier 41-27. The American League possessed a large amount of talent also. The 21-Club, Ridge House, Smyth Hall, and Boalt Hall all had good teams. Ridge House and the 21-Club were in the play-offs for the A.L. title. The All-U championship game was the highlight of the May intramural sports night. Other A.L.-N.L. play-offs in badminton, table tennis, and were also held, bringing to a close most of the winter and early spring events. KAPPA NU SOFTBALL TEAM — Left to Right, Row One: Jules Koefoed, Joel Levin, Steve Haber, Stan Chapman. Row Two: Bob Willis, Sandy Lewis, Rich Glazer, Mike Newman, Captain. The most popular of the spring intramural events is softball. This year 56 A.L. and N.L. teams played a minimum of five games each, using Union, North and Strawberry Canyon fields. Leading the field were Kappa Nu in the National loop and Bowles Hall and Ridge House in the American League. Kappa Nu, behind the underhand pitching of Bob Wills, allowed only one run in five league. Bowles and Ridge were tops in their leagues with 5-0 records. Kappa Nu ' s competition in the winners ' bracket was Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Sigma Kappa, Beta Theta Pi, and Theta Chi. Softball games were not played in Kleeburger Field this year because every day the field served as the meeting place of a U.C. League game. Soccer is divided into two " A " and " B. " Winners of the " A " League this year were the Kickers. The 10th annual Regional College Unions Games Tournament was held this year at State University in Pullman. The entourage from Cal included representatives in bowling, chess, billiards, and table tennis. Don Rugg bowled a series total of 612 to win the third place bowling trophy, and the chess team took second place in a series of hard-fought matches. But Cal ' s sixth place performance in a field of 17 teams was due mainly to the rest of the team. Doug Saunders, national collegiate three cushion billiards champion, won that event and George Wasleski the second place trophy in pocket billiards. Hasan Nusratty, one of Cal ' s table tennis entries, arrived late and found that he had been dropped to the losers ' bracket. He then proceeded to defeat 59 opponents in 9 straight hours of play in order to advance to the finals. There he faced Richard Delgado, also of Cal, and was defeated. The team of Nusratty and Delgado also the doubles trophy. GAMES TOURNAMENT TROPHY WINNERS — Left to Right, Row One: Hasan Nusratty, Richard Delgado. Row Two: Don Rugg, Andy Dorsey, ASUC representative; Floyd Stone, Games Room supervisor; Doug Saunders, George Wasleski. WOMEN ' S C SOCIETY — Left to Right, Row One: Annette Hard, Treasurer; Adele Hughes, President; Pattie Meyer, Vice-President; Nancy Donaldson, Secretary. Row Two: Sally Mage, Karen Pastorino, Janet Newman, Laurie Washburn. Row Three: Susan Greendorfer, Shirley Williams, Marilyn Sprague, Roberta Park, Advisor; Judy Meyers, Kay Goddard. Women ' s C Society To be a member of the Women ' s C Society is the highest honor that can be attained by a member of the Women ' s Athletic Association. Their navy blue blazers, C emblems, and gold C pins have become a familiar sight on our campus. Election into this organization, which aims to create and further an interest in women ' s athletics, is determined by service to WAA, athletic ability, scholarship, good sports manship, and active membership in WAA. Upon election into this society, members continue to give service to WAA. Members may usher for WAA special events or may sponsor speakers on campus to create more interest in athletics for women. WAA The WAA Council, along with the Sports Club Board and the Intramurals Board, plan the yearly events for the Women ' s Athletic Association. This includes play days, sports days, the biannual Field Week Dessert where the individual and team trophies are awarded, All - University Tournaments, Co-Rec Volleyball, and the High School Sports Day. This group is also responsible for establishing and maintaining policies connected with sports for women on this campus. WAA COUNCIL — Left to Right, Row One: Marilyn Sprague, Jean Diel, Judy Meyers, Greendorfer, Kay Goddard, Judy Rains, Vice-President. Row Two: Roberta Park, Advisor; Adelle Hughes, Karen Pastorino, Janet Newman, Sally Mage. WAA INTRAMURALS — Left to Right, Row One: Sarah Kulberg, Jean Diel, Marilyn Sprague, Chairman; Judy Brown, Helen-Marie Kaber. Row Two: Marsha Bratten, Carolyn Berkenkamp, Nancy Donaldson, Sue Grant, Carol Hemple, Marilee Michael, Jan Portland, Roberta Lowe, Peggy Archibald, Lois Hale, Marlene Absent: Miss Rigdon, Faculty Advisor; Debbie Knapp, Barbara Gregg. WAA sponsors several sports clubs each semester to meet the varied interests of women students. In past semesters WAA has sponsored fencing, hockey, tennis, softball, and swimming clubs. On occasion these clubs meet with groups from other colleges or universities. One does not need to be an expert to join a club, but mere membership is bound to improve these skills. The only membership requirement is that one be a registered student in good health. persons may sign up in Hearst Gymnasium during the first week of each semester. Intramurals Board organizes and coordinates the Women ' s Athletic Association intramurals program, which is very popular on campus. The sports included this year were badminton, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, swimming, tennis and bowling. Trophies are awarded near the end of each semester at the WAA Field Week Dessert to the most outstanding house. The winners are determined both on the basis of their participation and on their wins and losses. WAA SPORTS CLUB— Left to Right, Row One: Cathy Menifee, Joan Lorrie Ullman, Mary Brown, Ann Wilkins. Row Two: Roberta Park, Advisor; Marlene Nakashima, Judy Meade, Denia Pearson, Susan Chairman; Karen Pastorino, Vice-Chairman; Sandra Gue. Womens Skiing Following last year ' s example, the 1962 Cal Women ' s Ski Team had a perfect season and proved the strongest of all western colleges. Although Nevada ' s women ' s team always gives them a run for their money, the Cal girls proved to be their betters and were victorious, as proven by their placings in the Nevada Winter Carnival Powder Puff Derby: Pat Nast first, Kitty Houghton third, Anne Macey fifth, Anne Mayhew seventh, and Liz Gutman eleventh, in a field of twenty-five girls. Captained and semi-formally coached by Pat Nast, the team showed remarkable improvement through the season. Although two members are graduating this year, the team, through its strong junior members, is sure to carry on in the true winning spirit of the team next year. The outstanding feature of the women ' s team is that all the members are social, skiers, with only Kitty and Pat having had any previous racing experience or so that their victories were due mainly to the high team spirit. This spirit of was shown not only on the race course, but also off the hill, especially in snowy weather when chains were required and the girls put them on by themselves in less time than the men! Liz Gutman exhibits perfect form as she breezes downhill in the slalom. Pat Nast completes the slalom with perfect ease. WOMEN ' S SKI TEAM — Left to Right: Anne Macey, Liz Gutman, Pat Nast, Anne Mayhew, Kitty Houghton. Anne Macey and Kitty Houghton take time out to frolic in the snow. Ski Club The 1961-62 ski season opened with the traditional Turkey Slalom at Squaw Valley where President Paul Duncan and Vice-President Kitty Houghton each won turkeys. Highlight of the Fall Semester was the Snow Queen Ball at the Jack Tar where our lovely queen, Kristie Hansen, was runner-up. Before the Christmas holidays the club sponsored Sverre Engen ' s " Ski on campus. Planned for the Spring Semester was the annual Vanderbilt Ski Meet along with two " Learn to Ski " weekends. The festivities ended with the Ski Club ' s annual rally in the late Spring. SKI CLUB — Left to Right, Row One: Elizabeth Gutman, Tom Hobday, Larry Galer, Paul Duncan, Kitty Houghton, Susie Kane. Row Two: Gary Jay Garfinkle, Wilson Talley, Rod Cranston, Linda Little. Kristie Hansen Ski Queen Weightlifting Club The objectives of the Weightlifting Club are to promote interest and enthusiasm in weightlifting as a competitive sport and as a developer collegiate sports. The club had 12 weightlifting contests this season,highlighted by the second annual California Invitationals held in the Harmon Gymnasium. WEIGHTLIFTING CLUB — Left to Right, Row One: Roland Wilbur, Jack Fugii, Clark Hirabara, Paul Clark, Al Cunningham, Treasurer; Larry Lorberbaum, Pete Carleton. Row Two: Tom Koon, Paul Williamson, Barton Gale, Frank Welsh, Al Arnold, Carl Miller, President; Jim McLain, Secretary. Absent: Bill Norman, Meet Director; Alan Emmanuel, Dave Maggard, Steve Zahm, Jody Harband, Roy Royer, George Kunze, Cap Pease, Sponsor. A great number of students at Cal are part of living groups whether they be fraternities, sororities, residence halls or boarding houses. Each group is a separate unit with its own distinct In the Greek system, each member begins as a " pledge. " The actives have a word for it — it ' s " character building. " It ' s a vicious circle. The mow down the pledges, their minds lingering on " how the boys did it when I was a pledge, " while the pledges endure this — muttering " Wait ' ll I ' m an active. " The sorority nugget doesn ' t undergo the indignities of her pledge. Hers is a worse fate. Beginning with the mass debut called " Pre-sents " in September, there is a constant and very demanding social life. This is great — except for a minor complication classes. Many students are completely at home in the Greek situation and wouldn ' t want to live Other students prefer a more loosely-knit unit of which to be a member. With the exception of Bowles Hall, the residence halls and boarding houses have not been on campus as long as the Greeks and therefore do not have such traditions or demanding social patterns. Traditions have not been long in forming, however, especially in the new residence halls. Deutsch, as an example, is constantly waging war against one of its rivals. occurs also — last fall someone managed to imprison almost all of Deutsch ' s inhabitants by soldering the doors closed and cutting off the power. To a student, his living group is a very important part of his life. It gives a student a group with which to identify and provides a nucleus of friends, something which is very necessary within such a large university. Sororities 20 new pledges — the cream of the crop 9-5 spirited Oski Dolls; 4 girls on Rally Comm. 6-3 AWS Board officers; 3 UPB officers 3-2 Little Sisters of Minerva; 1 angel in Angel Flight 4-3 members of Pryt; 1 Mortar Board President 11 made the honorary Dean ' s list 1 house full of fun, spirit, unity Alpha Chi Omega 2313 Warring Street FOUNDED AT DE PAUW UNIVERSITY, 1885 PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 NINETY-TWO CHAPTERS SENIORS Carol Sue Anderson June Bender Sherie Bender Jan Cave Lynnea Eldenholm Barbara Ferrea Marjorie Fidler Gigi Gomes Ellen Haley Nancy Holland Barbara Keeler Suzanne Lacy Susan Locke Shirley Matson Gerry Sanger Lois Talbott JUNIORS Dale Campbell Mary Alyce Carpenter Darlene deManincor Pat Gallis Kay Goddard Christine Lee Sue McFadden Sharon Miner Vicky Peterson Jane Preston Judy Price Cornelia Rempel Jackie Ryan Caroline Skarsten Dee Wilde Donna Wolden SOPHOMORES Barbara Becker Ann Benninghoven Sally Cochran Joyce Crinklaw Joan Dunn Barbara Gregg Christie Gubbins Phyllis Gugliotta Peggy Harrington Jeannie Helm Karen Jones Pamela Lee Diane Linder Sue Lindsay Karen Okelberry Pat O ' Toole Ann Pflueger Ellen Rodeschek Mary Rohrbough Molly Siple Barbara Soehrens Linda Swanson Margaret Thompson Paula Turner FRESHMEN Jean Ackerman Carole Bender Linda Davis Marolee Ellis Sally Griffin Carol Hempel Barbie Kitchen Lana Kravetsky Lucinda Lee Ann Malemberg Nancy Wells The First, little pledges went to presents. The Second, little sophomores stayed home. The Third, little juniors had pinnings. And The Seniors punted, ... Alpha Delta Pi 2400 Piedmont Ave. FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, 1851 PSI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 ONE HUNDRED AND TWO CHAPTERS SENIORS Joan Barton Penny Boomer Juline Cardozo Vicki Csenar Nancy De Martini Barbara De Motte Fran Doherty Alice Doulevy Susan Forrest Marian Galli Penny Howlett Pat Lammerman Sharon Lyon Carole Newson Trude Schroeder Gabrielle Tourville Marilyn Vondra JUNIORS Bonnie Belhumeur Barbara Brill Loretta Carraro Linda De Leon Nancy Garwood Nancy Heist Marilyn Hester Marilyn Sue Hester Karen Jossis Sue Leslie Judy MacLean Carole Malone Cathy Marshall Carol Nicolaisen Joan Parker Jane Rockford Bonnie Rae Carol Roland Chris Sanford Judy Shaw Barbara Thomson Barby Williams Wanda Willis SOPHOMORES Peggy Burnham Mary Dunn Rita Enright Ann Foxworrhy Gayle Frost Cece Glenn Mariann Jackson Judy Johnson Eloise Jonas Vicki Keller Vickie McCosker Barbara McDermott Nanci Mize Carolyn Malfino Lenora Monaco Mary Niswander Nan Rewoldr JoAnn Rickards Barbara Riley Patti Rimpau Christine Schirmer Jeanne Schroeder Barbara Sciutto Mary Stevenson Sue White Sue Wineman FRESHMEN Vickie Backebeig Sally Beougher Diane Clevenger Joan Davis Annette Frost Marsha McPhate Mary Poston Susan Provence Kathy Ryan Judi Solloway " Women would rather be right than reasonable. " Ogden Nash Alpha Epsilon Phi 2401 Piedmont Ave. FOUNDED AT BARNARD COLLEGE, 1909 TAU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1923 FORTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS SENIORS Lynn Finesilver Nancy Glick Sue Mendelsohn Nancy Rothman Irene Shoa JUNIORS Katherine Anixter Barbara Borin Marilyn Daniels Ronda Esenoff Ruth Frank Jeanie Good Sandra Jacobson Shari Jacobson Sharon Lapid Lorrie Levin Jan Mendelson Joanne Reckler Carol Riskind Diane Rosen Joanne Schlesinger Carole Schwartz Karen Shain Linda Shefler Susie Smith SOPHOMORES Bonnie Blue Priscella Brandchaft Carol Chapnick Jerri Cytron Sara Davidson Lynn Finer Mona Friedman Judith Glassman Judy Gold Joan Gordon Louise Horwitz Judith Kaplan Linda Kolker Leni Landis Gale Lasman Susan Levin Marilee Michael Dorothy Morris Ann Ramenofsky Judi Rubens Nancy Sandack Danice Schwartz Diane Sirota Sandy Weinstein Linda White Sharon Whitman Ravel Zion FRESHMEN Joan Abramson Linda Baines Shelley Barlas Denise Benjamine Sheryl Blumenthal Alpha Epsilon Phi Marsha Chudacoff Karen Davis Freilich Susan Frieder Terry Gillman Jean Gorshow aroline Haas Marilee Konigsberg Ina Levin Sharon Marks Melinda Mathes Linda Meyrowitz Nancy Milch Gayle Morris Nancy Novack Connie Perlman Anne Rosenwald Barbara Scharlack Carole Schwartz Marilyn Shain Nancy Silverberg Jan Slater Melanie Stoff Gay Strom Leslie Sissman Jo Weiss Pam Zehman Bernice Zuckerman From Presents to finals, always goofing around, We wanted activity, we got it abound: The retreat, date social, open house after games, " Beta " our puppy, and " Hope " and her fame. Sororities are many, but we are unique, For in all that we do, Christ ' s guidance we seek. Alpha Delta Chi 2726 Channing Way FOUNDED AT U.C.L.A., 1925 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1929 THREE CHAPTERS SENIORS Millicent Bonnet Marjorie Menhenett Ann Ninomiya Eleanor Power Judy Robson Grace Rued Marianne Russell Emi Sano JUNIORS Betty Barber Nanci Leigh Bush Beverly Ehrhorn Beth Foster Lois Hale Carole Hunt Linda Mathison Betty Stenson Linda Swanson Janice Swift Margaret Tuft SOPHOMORES Beverly Graham Gail Hartman Anne Paine Carol Nelson Barbie Sturmer FRESHMEN Linda Gamier Gerry Gibbons Pat Gorton Lynn Russell Diane Webber Alpha Gamma Delta 2424 Warring Street Joanie, Lynn, Chris, Jodi Tower and Flame Barbara Phi Beta Kappa Dottie ASUC Veep Judy Frosh Veep Kristy Snow Queen Arlene A.P.C. Co-Chairman Joan Pelly Fashion Director Gloria, Marie, Judy Oski Dolls Ginger and Vicki Rally Comm Carol and Lynda Angel Flight Vicki, Ginger, Dottie, Judy A.W.S. Karen, Gloria, Dottie Gavel and Quill FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 190 4 OMICRON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1915 EIGHTY-FIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS Dottie Ahlburg Lynn Althaus Lynette Fain Karen Jeffreys Marie Kennedy Barbara Molinari Joan Morse Gloria Puncher Mary Sheeran JUNIORS Carine Archer Carolyn Burne S helley Byer Margaret Clancy Kristine Hansen Dana Harvey Judith Kaufman Carol Marliave Arlene McLaughlin Patricia Pendergast Judith Pottol Katherine Speth Lynn Theriot SOPHOMORES Linda Adams Karen Anderson Lynda Barr Nancy Cebull Jane Elzey Joanne Gorin Karen Helfer Gayle Huff Diane Jones Ginger McCauley Lynn Musso Patricia Nielson Heather Norman Vicki Odenweller Isabel Peterson Penny Poulton Carol Russell Carol Schmidt Ann Schoales Sharon Sibbet Leslie Wiener FRESHMEN Leslie Bennett Stephanie Briggs Pamela Butler Lynn Creighton Judy Draper Joanna Fagergren Lynn Ferguson Patricia Ferris Janice Horn Pam Hunt Janice Nagle Diana Parham Susan Raymond Kathy Tracy Barbara Tuttle Christine Vetter Barbara Williams Melody Wilson Alpha Omicron Pi 2301 Prospect Street FOUNDED AT BARNARD COLLEGE, 1897 SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTY-NINE CHAPTERS SENIORS Sue Byrne Penny Carlson Connie Corten Marsha Dent Kathleen Field Claudine Fisher Barbara Harvey Gerry Martin Della Mundy Anne Ogle Julie Rogers Marny Sitlinger JUNIORS Carol Ackerman Nancy Baumann Jan Blakiston Susan Campbell Cathy Conlin Nancy Flood Toni Hatch Kathy Jackson Deanna Lynn Cynthia Preston Suzy Shadinger Sally Shepard Jan Siemens Karen Srarn Kathleen Weymouth Kay Zimmer SOPHOMORES Linda Carruth Margy Ellis Margaret Ferguson Not Pictured, Beth DeLand Jodi Frost Sandy Glooschenko Carlyle Gordon Anne Grady Lynn Grosser Nancy Haberman Jo Ann Hallberg Marilyn Hamilton Dea Heiken Cecelia Jenkins Kama Meek Suzanne Read Nancie Reginelli Diane Sandoval Carolyn Spencer Darrin Tollin Susan Wickersham FRESHMEN Linda Blumer Christi Camp Emilie Codoner Janet Corten Jo Anne Green Marcy McGowan Judy Morgan Carole Nordeen Ann Perkins Linda Shogren Sue Sibley Sally Sorensen Kathy Taylor Katy Wickes Alpha Phi 2830 Bancroft Way FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1872 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1901 SEVENTY THREE CHAPTERS SENIORS Kay Allegrini Ann Boradori Sandy Caselli Sue Dinkelspiel Farrell Hagerty Ann Hassard Nancy Jacobs Anne Martin JUNIORS Jane Barrett Julie De Ross Robin Dinkelspiel Sally Fleury Pam Gartshore Diane Giannone Penny Holland Shirley Hyink Ellen Noble SOPHOMORES Kathleen Barra Katie Bonnell Peggy Donoghue Sue Fleury Carol Franchini Eisele Francie Catharine Gartshore Kathy Graham Jean Hassard Beth Hunter Lani Ingham Marjie Johnson Sally Jones Janey Knecht Sherie Laird Anne Macey Chris Martin Ann McKinnis Nancy Milliken Sheila Morshead Willa Myers Audie Nigh Mary Nock Pinkie Pomeroy Liz Solinsky Peggy Tarr Mary Timboe Cab Tuck Polly Whitten FRESHMEN Kathy Abbey Georgian a Eagen Miki Forte Pam Horton Sandy Kierulff Lucia Lagomarsino Alex Little Karen Parshall Baba Polland Joan Saxe Brooke Skinner Robin Smith Jane Tetly Kathy Turner Gale Watts " To spend too much time on studies is scoth! " Alpha Xi Delta 2833 Bancroft Way FOUNDED AT LOMBARD COLLEGE, 1893 OMICRON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 SEVENTY-NINE CHAPTERS SENIORS Judith Carver Jan Dalton La Verne Dempsey Marcia Gould Marilyn Hanson Kathy Maare Christine Raosa Elizabeth Stoops Emily Turula Miriam Wilson JUNIORS Lois Armstrong Mary Jo Calhoon Stephanie Center Marianne Giberti Linda Lee Hileman Marcia Iriarte Bette Kankkonen Bernice Miller Joyce Minor Luisa Sciutto Judy Simmons Pat Simmons Kathie Strange Bon nie Utterback Karen Young SOPHOMORES Linda Bass Vicki Blaettler Joan Blanchard Jeannine Blazzard Sue Herney Kay Hiatt Karen Kern Nancy Ketchersid Sandra Longmore Kathy Meyer Judie Mills Daphne Monroe Jeannie Moore Teresa Smith Marylee Taylor Charlotte Turner FRESHMEN Gretchen Aberle Virginia Anderson Judy Armstrong Jean Baxter Billie Bertola Colleen Clabby Wilma Erikson Lee Gamble Greta Green Vanna Ketterman Evelyn King Pat Kniseley Elizabeth Peters Cheryl Pugh Emily Stoebe Jane Wilson Peggy Young Chi Omega 2421 Piedmont Ave. FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, 1895 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1902 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS Caroler Anderson Arleen Carlson Linda Emery Kathy Gelus Marjorie Henderson Linda King Laurie MacDougall Judy McGinley Yvonne Nicelet Penny Pahl Marilyn Penprase Carmen Rago Penny Riede Carolyn Smith Susan Stone Connie Wilander Barbara Wood JUNIORS Anne Boyd Paula Elsner Joyce Golden Martha Hall Linda Harrison Sharon Hayes Judy Kindig Judy Madfes Carol Millinich Sandy McDonald Judy McKay Tunie Post Jennifer Roller SOPHOMORES Lynn Abbey Betsy Bidart Marion Boch Carolyn Cavallero Betty Jean Edlund Kathy Fusco Jeri Giannoni Geri Graham Karen Gruhler Bertie Gundlach Diane Jelcick Sandy Johnson Maggie Johnston Linda Lutgen Margaret Matthews Barbara Mullan Heather MacDougall Gig Manske Katy McQuaid Joan Nelson Jule Noller Karen Rudge Bee Gee Seitz Virginia Smedberg Adrienne Smith Sheri Smith Nancy Warren Christie Wilander FRESHMEN Sharon Barnhisel Judy Booth Doris Darrow Patricia Doyle Anne Marie Ferraris Stephanie Gagnon Jana Hachman Annette Kaven Nancy Langlois Moreda LaVerne Jeanne Nolon Bobbi Pape Leah Pedersen Gwen Rath Diane Rees Nancy Simpson Vicki Stevens Mary Ann Stone Mary Terry Delta Delta Delta 2300 Warring Street FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 1888 PHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1900 ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS Kathryn Britton Pepper Brown Sue Callahan Naomi Cole Shirley DeJoy Ann Escobosa Sandra Gue Pat Hanley Sue Kjarsgaard Carolyn Mangum Marcia Samuelson Ann Singman JUNIORS Suzanne Barnes Margie Crist Linda Erhart Anne Fisher Phoebe Jenks Jackie Johnson Leslie Jones Marcy McCracken Ginny Nash Stephanie Rank Helen Thormann Mary Traude SOPHOMORES Kathleen Asaro Ginger Bohannon Barbara Bosl Mary Buxton Patricia Doherty Margo Eachus Judie Englesby Peggy Exter Susan Goodwin Karen Hawkins Catherine Houghton Nancy Jurden Susie Kane Linda Little Susan Marquart Mary Martin Pamela Newmark Jane Parton Nancy Paulson Sally Pugh Cindy Rossi Ginny Salo Sandy Saunders Joan Siemens Pat Slater Gayle Sohigian Sheri Stavrum Anne Treurtlein Carla Wagenman Wendy Weir FRESHMEN Beverly Bense Adele Brodginski Sherry Bromley Jane Casagrande Mady Felts Marilyn Hughes Susan Irelan Janet Johnson Gayle Kimball Sheila Kinnear Shiela North Gwaine Nuest Allison Oakley Sue Ohlson Diane Piskulic Suzanne Smith Cherri White Paula Williams Delta Gamma 2710 Channing FOUNDED AT LEWIS INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG WOMEN, 1873 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1907 EIGHTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS SENIORS Patricia Anderson Kathy Butler Nancy Carlson Robin Coveney Sarah Cummins Mary Dean Ann Gerdes Marsha Jenkins Georginia McKeighan Phyllis O ' Connell Peggy Page Pepper Parr Jean Perry Nicole Peter Lynda Scott Judy Tobin Carol Weedon JUNIORS Nancy Anrola Meg Bell Patricia Cobb Rae Demler Sally George Julie Hendren Sara Hertford Barbara Hobin Sue Hoefer Kit Howard Sue Jelavich Lolly Laube Margie Montero Wendy Spencer Karen Sammarstrom Sue Wiley SOPHOMORES Fran Bishopric Carolyn Campbell Julie Dickson Suzanne Eubank Joyce Haswell Alison Hutchings Gail MacFarland Susan Moscrip Janna Osmons Teri Sauer Sharon Scott Betty Anne Thomas Virginia Viers Genie Weltner FRESHMEN Jody Cavanaugh Marjorie Coverley Andi Dorn Diana Dexter Sue Farley Robin Gray Susan Hendricks Sandy Hodgson Judy Lucky Candis Riddell Nena Robinson Sue Rolapp Candace Smith Bonnie Stewart Laurie Thompson Julie Young Delta Phi Epsilon 2455 Prospect Street FOUNDED AT WASHINGTON SQUARE COLLEGE, 1917 DELTA ZETA ESTABLISHED 1947 TWENTY-FOUR CHAPTERS SENIORS Judi Edelstein Gail Hauser Ellen Landis Judy Memel Natalie Newman Patricia Smith JUNIORS Carol Drogin Sherrie Gandin Barbara Glickman Audrey Hoodkiss Marcia Kahn Gale Kenney Julie Labenberg Diane Levchitz Judy Nierenberg Leila Manson Judy Pilger. Carol Ridker Marcia Ruskin Sandy Schwartz Suson SOPHOMORES Judy Arons Michelle Berk Diane Brown JoAnne Brown Darlene Gardenswartz Carol Gumprich Elaine Hearst Sherry Heller Ellie Jacobs Maxine Kurtz Sheila Landy Judy Lerer Marilyn Levin Lynn Miller Marilyn Neuron Barbara Oseran Sharon Oxman Susan Pasarow Margie Rosenbaum Sue Rosenthal Sue Ross Carol Rubin Sally Schiller Carole Schulman Ronnie Springer Donna Starin Barbara Stoller Beverly Tauber FRESHMEN Gail Achrenberg Linda Allenstein Sue Alpert Ruthellen Cohn Zandy Cohen Barbara Crane Kathy Erlich Marilyn Frieman Louise Gandin Reggie Gray Ilene Kagan Leslie Levy Kathi Loew Sandee Mackall Wendy Miller Jackie Morse Lee Ann Nahman Teri Newman Renee Palmer Dana Pearl Karen Ross Judy Schwartz Karen Titelman Stefanie Weisberg Delta Zeta 2728 Durant Ave. Another year what happenings thirty new pledges perfection Activities a monopoly in Treble Clef honor societies Rally Corn intramurals. The grind term papers midterms finals those everlasting lectures RBR readings. Social life fraternity capers pledge dance spring and winter formals positively heavenly. Another year great wonderful unlike any other. FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1902 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1912 ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE CHAPTERS SENIORS Judy Aitkin Barbara Arlon Carolynn Ballard Mary-Alice Frost Barbara Mattson Phillips Gail Porter JUNIORS Barbara Buckholtz Martha Callaghan Anne Deming Maralyn Gregory Sharon Hayes Frances Jaekle Nancy Lauderback Joan Lohmeyer Nancy Louargand Coralie Moffitt Nici Nixon Alice Russell SOPHOMORES Isabel Blagborne Claire Buktti Cecile Caswell Marilyn Cook Estelle Depper Karen Duncan Pat Ciarratana Donna Grumet Loretta Hagopian Marci Hammer Patricia Klein Not pictured, Susanne Hjortsvang Julie Land Judy Podesta Mary Post Lynn Solomon Lynn Stewart Gail Telisckak Billi Woolley Ann Young FRESHMEN Karen Abrahamson Sally Anderson Susan Aumiller Carol Ball Kathleen Borla Dottie Bryson Carol Crossman Mary Dickel Elouie Easter Nancy Erickson Lorraine Goudy Leslie Kelly Karen Morrell Ellen Nelson Vicki Newton Sandra Nielsen Mary Packard Elaine Scheer Mary Sevall Carol Wallner Edna Walsh Arlin Weinberger Toby Werthman Mary Wright Gamma Phi Beta 2732 Channing Way FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1874 ETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1894 SEVENTY CHAPTERS SENIORS Linda Baker Caroline Bishop Sue Church Judy Emsley Terry Coultas Betsy Falkenburg Nancy Flegal Nancy Flint Merle Gibbins Patricia Gilson Judith Glander Rosemary Green Sally Hart Barbara St. Amant Sharon White Janet Amick JUNIORS Alison Armstrong Paula Conser Patti Foster Sue Frisou Eunice Hansen Katy Holcombe Sharon Hunt Diane King Judith Meunier Nancy Nies Carol Parsons Pat Quinn Diane Steele Penny Wayte SOPHOMORES Sylvia Bolman Mary Culleton Susan Dangberg Victoria Emerson Judy Flamer Marlene Fraser Suzanne Girot Margie Gray Sydney Henshaw Tracy Joos Roberta Kaupp Linda La Rue Jane Lindset Joan Macgregor Sally Mauser Marsha McRae Hilde Pechanec Patricia Pfitzer Melinda Phillips Wende Ronzone Susan Smith Patricia Stanford Judy Titus FRESHMEN Cathy Coltrin Cynthia Coltrin Sue Cooper Vicki Ford Sally Hall Andrea Martin Carolyn Meane Rosemary Shelton Susanne Sprague Sheri Vetter Jill Weatherhead Beth Williams Kappa Alpha Theta 2723 Durant Ave. FOUNDED AT DE PAUW UNIVERSITY, 1870 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1890 EIGHTY-FIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS Augusta Barnett Margaret Beim Cynthia Bennett Barbara Brown Poppy Copeland Ann Edmiston Trudy Garrettson Barbara Hasings Janet Hayes Barbara Hollander Phyllis Lockwood Lani McDermid Mary Sue Powell Julie Revilla Susan Smith Joey Tuttle Mary Walters Judith Ward JUNIORS Amy Blanchard Margaret Carmichael Patti Fay Karyn Gautier Cynthia Henderson Louise Hotle Susan Lemon Barbara Majesky Judith Miller Marie Moseley Pamela Peterson Carolyn Price Madelyn Sanborn Diana Sherman Becky Shields Valerie Slasor Suzy Sokol Wendy Steele Sally Wade Nancy Woodard SOPHOMORES Kathryn Baker Barbara Collinge Daphne Craige Christine Edwards Lynn Haigh Judy Knapp Nancy Mangan Judy McNamara Susan Mellquist Ann Nelson Linda Parlette Penny Rearwin Trish Reilly Sue Schwatka Kitsy Snow Suzanne Springer Nancy Terry Julie Thomas Diane Traverso Liz Van Loben Sels Mary Ware Laurie Westdahl FRESHMEN Judy Alexander Pamela Clark Rosanne Hastings Hayes Karen Justema Marcia MacDougall Julie Revilla Mary Lee Ullner Kappa Delta 2461 Warring St. FOUNDED AT LONGWOOD COLLEGE, 1897 PHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1917 ONE HUNDRED CHAPTERS SENIORS Dianne Barton Linda Boberg Susan Carlson Sharon Ellwood Sharron Ferguson Kerry Neblett Sandy Rennie Darlene Smith Maryly Ann Smith Louise Stallings JUNIORS Ann Brewer Judy Clapham Diane DeKirby Diane Cribble Doris Hawks Noel Huntoon Arlene Jakovich Barbara Neilsen Janice Noller Mary Riemer Carol Ripley Marilyn Schowengerdt Marijean Stephens Peggy Twist Judy Wessing Sandra Winsby SOPHOMORES Judy Blower Ginny Bywater Anne Ehrlich Ellen Hull Nadine Iwasko Jacquelyn Johnson Katherine Keck Martha Keith Marie Keppel Susan Kiernan Melinda Kutch Mary Mariuzza Linda Markarian Jackie Mills Colleen Morris Meredy McDaniel Marcia Slocum Donna Trinchero Linda Jo Weeks Ellen Wilson FRESHMEN Marcy Ahnstedt Julie Anderson Carolyn Beach Mary Brown Wini Camp Marlene Carlson Marcie Clune Patsy Coffee Kathleen Colleran Dani Chuckovich Phyllis Dalglish Terry Duffy Vicki Ehritt Carol Holfer Karen Keller Diane Kessler Barbara Lewis Susann MacNeil Janis Medbery Jeri Methuin Doris Porch Patty Poucher Nancy Puckett Kay Springer Kappa Kappa Gamma 2328 Piedmont Ave. FOUNDED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE, 1870 PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1883 EIGHTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS SENIORS Abby Adams Mary Baumgartner Judy Brown Elizabeth Campion Nancy Corlette Merrilee Gwerder Hilary Hale Donna Hartman Peggy Hayes Carol Heringer Adele Hughes Meg Jensen Kathleen Johnson Sally Mage Anne Mayhew Ann McCarthy Sue McFie Shirley Nielsen Nancy Roberts Judith Sheehan Elizabeth Washburn JUNIORS I ' Lee Bailey Linda Bradford Martha Cummings Judy Dickson Mercedes Foster Mimi Foster Anne Lamb Penny Merritt Joan Payne Priscilla Pillsbury Mary Steiner Lynn Cary Sarah Cunningham Domie Garat Nadine Garibaldi Sharon Gilberd Terry Henshaw Debbie Knapp Marcia McNeill Tora Newcomer Cathy O ' Hara Pamela Palmer Marcia Sutcliffe Joan Von Schlegell FRESHMEN Susan Allen Diane Bouhaben Mary Campion Antonia Clard Ann Curran Margaret Durbrow Marcia Green Sharon Greiner Nicolette Hahn Dana Henry Ann Howell Sherry McMurtry Sue Moore Barbara Myers Mary Veronica Paul Patty Peppard Margaret Lou Rodi Cynthia Sutcliffe Kay Sutton Phi Mu 2545 Prospect St. FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, 1852 ETA ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1916 EIGHTY-ONE CHAPTERS SENIORS Emma Arthur Neta Baily Carolyn Buell Eleanor Cortsen Cathy Cutler Jevenee Fair Deanna Fasold Lynette Hendrix Elaine Henning Sarah Horning Carolyn Krober Judy Kysh Barbara Lutge Caroline Luton Marilynn McLaren Sara Niles Katherine Pfeifer Janet Pimenthal Nancy Pohl Ann Robertson Vivian Smith Katherine Thornton Mary Vold JUNIORS Edna Anderson Virginia Degenkolb Diane Erickson Karen Gale Joan Hoyer Judy Jester Nan Konig Kathryn Leppert Sandy Marts Marilyn McClintock Helga Moeller Colleen Poindexter Barbara Rhodes Carol West SOPHOMORES Mary Frost Linda Gittings Roberta Hawk Merry Jo Kropf Judy Kuns Karen Madsen Ellen Norton Julie Petersen Barbara Requa Anna Sands Peggy Sands Ann Schoonmaker Pam Shaffer Mary Jane Snyder Roberta Tennent Jackie Urban FRESHMEN Betty Adams Linda Agnone Carol Arnold Claudia Avitabile Kathie Barnes Carol Durwachter Marilynn Force Gayle Gibson Barbara Harris Eve Hartung Carol Hedquist Carolyn Hilger Adrianne Homer Deni Johnson Bonnie Kramer Bonnie Langford Pam Matsen Sandy Mautz Diane McCloskey Shelley Nix Pat Rager Sally Reynolds Bonnie Vining Leslie Williamson Terrie Worth Pi Beta Phi 2325 Piedmont Ave. FOUNDED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE, 1867 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1900 ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS Betsy Boyrret Molly Burnett Catherine Devlin Kathleen Dougherty Muriel McCarthy Cece MeEneany Mary Louise Mauser Patti Meyer Patricia O ' Hara Jennifer Perrin Carolyn Petteter Robbie Rice Judith Richards Elizabeth Small Jerrie Spencer Katherine Sruhr Terry Taylor JUNIORS Sue Barnes Louise Cianciarvlo Brooks Hagestad Laurie Hand Nancy Hayhurst Pam Kimball Elizabeth Marstell Terrie Mills Nancy Nicolaus Sue Otto Marilyn Rodger Nicola Severance Harriet Stark Helle Stueland Lynne Weldman SOPHOMORES E. B. Blanchard Nancy Bogue Betsy Bright Cookie Cookson Bonnie Drews Pat Hickman Dyanne Ladine Elizabeth McNeill Laurie Michaels Laurie Mullally Julie Perkins Wendy Phillips Kathleen Riesenberg Linda Lee Schwartz Joanne Seefeld Geri Silverman Sue Singer Ellen Thiem Polly Traverse Janet Worthington FRESHMEN Barbara Adams Patty Chapman Paula Daly Lynn Demarest Jane Downer Megan Dryden Anne Farnsworth Wendy Finkenbinder Diana Gregory Bobbie Hamberg Georgia Kraws Jane Logan Terry Lowe Cass Petteter Janet Primm Judy Primm Joan Radonich Muffy Schmitz " A little wine; a little friendship " Sigma Kappa 2409 Warring St. FOUNDED AT COLBY COLLEGE, 1874 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 NINETY-SEVEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Donna Douthit Georgia Gibeaut Sally Gosline Sue Grant Carolynn Hartley Patricia Jackson Barbara Janin Sue Jennings Sarah Kulberg Karen Lassen Lori Lauder Janet McCabe Francis Michael Kathie Milano Sue Niederholzer Sharon Reilly Carol Shaw Jan Smith Marilyn Sprague Nancy Turner Doris Tyson Barb Whitby JUNIORS Sandy Boles Joan Campbell Marcia Coates Carol Davis Carolyn Echals Laurie Flemming Lynn Gentner Pat Grove Marty Hege Carolyn Macintosh Judy Manning Bonnie McCaughan Barbara Miranda Joan Scheiber Pat Tate Judith Wallis Margaret Weatherhead SOPHOMORES Judith Alexander Kathy Blackman Karen Blank Sharon Boyd Madeleine Bryant Linda Burtschell Paula Calderhead Carole Crandall Betty Francis Carolyn Gaba Betty Gibson Jan Giorgi Molly Green Carol Jalonen Gini Larsen Pat List Barbara Maynard Kate Misch Margaret Morrison Connie Prescott Dianne Richardson Roberta Rutherford Chris Sipila Pam Steiner Sue Tribel Arleen Vola FRESHMEN Evie Ashcroft Jan Brown Marion Cutler Marilyn Fazio Kathy Gray Virginia Harper Penny Humphreys Robin McConahy Melissa Michiels Molly Moore Donna Pulliam Sue Scheble June Sutherlin Barbara Whiting Zeta Tau Alpha 2310 Prospect Street FOUNDED AT LONGWOOD COLLEGE, 1898 UPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1915 EIGHTY-NINE CHAPTERS SENIORS Toni Bottari Cynthia Cottrell Shirley Hasund Catherine Janisch Pam Manuel Linda Marvin Linda Nicolai Jan Nicoll Nancy Scheppler Joan Schoelpein Linda Smith Carol Young Jean Zaik JUNIORS Sue Applequist Sheryn Banks Sharon Burke Sueellen Burton Ann Conner Karen Doyle Liz Feirer Sherry Lindbergh Carole Mejia Margie Quinn Jacquelyn Sones Sonja Spreiter Petie Way SOPHOMORES Carlee Benteen Elizabeth Butler Romaine Clerou Connie Cook Bonnie McMullen Linda Thompson Diane Davis Carolyn Goodwin Shelley Hamm Marion Henning Judy Julian Micki Lewis Dorothy Pease Nancy Randall Raymond Suzanne Read Beatrice Roost Pat Ryan Patricia Smith Barbara Stiles Pat Templeton Eevelyn Veerkamp Sue Vineys FRESHMEN Mary Allen Carol Bailey Terry Chaplin Anne Haggard Lynne Hongola Barbara Nawman Cheryl Plummer Kathy Quinn Diane Thomas Pamela Wallace Patricia Wolfe Not Pictured Ann Hutchinson Cecila Stevens Delta ' s Five Point Project Program provides a means of local chapter activities. Each project expresses through service at home and abroad. Through these media the members of Delta Sigma Theta are meeting the educational, welfare and cultural needs of the communities. Delta Sigma Theta FOUNDED AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY, 1913 KAPPA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-ONE CHAPTERS SENIORS Carrie Austin Joyce McNair Ida Rousseau JUNIORS Jaunita Smith Sylvia Stovall SOPHOMORE Fern Bennett Sigma Omicron Pi FOUNDED AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE COLLEGE, 1930 U. C. CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1946 ONE CHAPTER SOPHOMORES Betty Doue Joyce Fong Vict oria Hsie Nancy Lee Vickie Wong FRESHMEN Flora Fong Gerlene Fong Phi Sigma Sigma 2728 Channing Way FOUNDED AT HUNTER COLLEGE, 1913 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1926 TWENTY-FOUR ACTIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS Janice Leanore Lynn Judith Miran Reva Paslin Arleen Rosenburg JUNIORS Diana Dwane Karen Goldman Claire Hirsch Dana Martin Eden Zidell SOPHOMORES Edythe Bass Sue Dalton Bernice Eisenrod Marsha Franks Helen Goldby Irma Gruen Michele Hyman Barbara Levin Diane Meyer Lydia Perlman Beverly Schwartz Mimi Stern Marsha Wolfe FRESHMEN Esther Bauman Tina Dwane Marilyn Kading Mary Spitzer Susan Suplin Not Pictured Judy Stanton Marlene Sitlinger Panhellenic Girl of the Year Panhellenic Council President Marlene Sitlinger Vice-President Sue Hoefer Secretary-Treasurer Karen Shain Social Chairman Abigale Adams Activities Chairman Margaret Weatherhead Junior Panhellenic Carolyn Buell Corresponding Secretary Cynthia Henderson Scholarship Chairman Cece McEneany PRESIDENTS Lynnea Edenholm Vickie Csenar Joanne Schlesinger Sue Winey Anne Ogle Farrell Hagerty Marilyn Hansen Katherine Gelus Kaaren Ingelbretsen Anne Gerdes Judy Nierenberg Carolynn Ballard Judy Emsley Ann Edmiston Sharron Ferguson Merrilee Gwerder Lynette Hendrix Diana Dwane Roberta Rice Doris Tyson Shirley Hasund SORORITIES Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Phi Alpha Xi Delta Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Phi Epsilon Delta Zeta Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Mu Phi Sigma Sigma Pi Beta Phi Sigma Kappa Zeta Tau Alpha DELEGATES Nancy Holland Marilyn Hester Marilyn Daniels Arlene McLaughlin Deanna Lynn Ellen Noble Susan Meacham Laurie MacDougall Stephanie Rank Kathy Butler Barbara Grant Nancy Louargand Mary Lee Trees Poppy Copeland Doris Hawks Meg Jensen Jevenee Fair Edy Bass Louise Cianciarulo Lynn Gentner Sue Applequist Sue Hoefer Marlene Sitlinger Karen Shain Abigale Adams Margaret Weatherhead Carolyn Buell Cynthia Henderson Cece McEneany Lynn Abbey Greek Week Queen Lynn Abbey, Greek Week Queen, hopes to obtain the required grade point for San Francisco Medical School in order to study Dental Hygiene next fall. This Chi Omega is a member of Tower and Flame, Oski Dolls, and Little Sisters of Minerva. She is noted for residing at Cowell at least once a semester and for hailing from Petaluma. Acacia 2340 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 1904 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1905 FORTY-FOUR CHAPTERS SENIORS James Beck Warren Burkholder Terrance Elliott Ed Frazier Alan Hirasuna Jack Lewis Marty Seffens Howard Weinberger Roger Wesolic Ray Wickman JUNIORS James Ellman Roger Knacke Shahrokh Moaveni Charles Weinberger SOPHOMORES Richard Collins Beverley Fletcher Larry Galer Marvin Neill Thomas Wilkerson FRESHMEN Daniel Allen Frank Hollister Willard Johnson Kirk Wayne Jim May Paul Newman Alpha Chi Rho 2311 Le Conte Avene FOUNDED AT TRINITY COLLEGE, 1895 PHI RHO BACHELORDAN CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1923 TWENTY-THREE CHAPTERS Friends, friends, gather ' round and you shall hear of the Rara Avis (crow), Collector ' s Item, and purest Gem Serene of unblemished fraternal existence. Welcome to the Alpha Chi Roadhouse!!! Nirvana in our time! The Dean frowned. The Health inspector leered. The Fire inspector gasped. The roof leaked. The basement flooded. There was no pledge sneak, only an unbridled ravage of destruction. Our avacado tree caught the same disease that was killing the chestnut trees. The neighbors complained. The alumni came over. The mothers ' club passed a resolution. Confusion has made his masterpiece ! GRADUATE Glenn Lee SENIORS Albert Allurz Glenn Havens Roger Kent Bob Knop Joe Schleef Greg Smith JUNIORS Del Biagi Mel Buderer Perry Dobson Cliff Estabrook Allan Eubank Jim Entry Richard Ivey Rich Peterson Ed Romascan Bernard Savant Cliff Surko Bob Turner SOPHOMORES George Dutton Robert Lamb Ben MacMillan Jon Rossi Chris Stromness Howard Wade FRESHMEN Charles Anibal Ed Lamperti Alpha Chi Sigma 2627 Virginia Street FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, 1902 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 FIFTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS GRADUATES John Berg David Ellis Carl Formoso William Guillory Richard Jennings Fr ank Miles SENIORS Harlan Bagaus Kenneth Hedden Kensi Kawaoka James Long William Moriarity David Rabinovich Robert Stroh JUNIORS Robert Dehn Thomas Dutton George Fosselius Richard Ivanetich John Larue Richard Murison Paul Palanos Fred Selby Joe Vinson SOPHOMORES Robert Liden Bob Reynolds FRESHMEN Gary Keck Barry Palmer Darryl Ting Alpha Delta Phi 2401 Ridge Road FOUNDED AT HAMILTON COLLEGE, 1832 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1908 TWENTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS SENIORS Tom Dunlap Mike Hearn Michael Krieger Chris Lonaker Arthur Park Elton Gwelke, Jr. Marty Weyrauch JUNIORS William Berry Philip Condit Bill Crawford Jim Detling Paul Fry John Grissim Jim Perry Dave Sturges SOPHOMORES David Brownell George Duff Peter Evans Phil Herold Tal Jones Steve Johnson Steve Kaston Tom Kent Buzz Schulte Ray Terry FRESHMEN Kip Brown Don Fry Jim Garrett Jim Kiedaisch Garland Persinger Tom Trower Kieth Von Borstel Alpha Gamma Omega 2713 Haste Street FOUNDED AT U.C.L.A., 1928 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1939 THREE CHAPTERS The men of Alpha Gamma Omega have enjoyed another worthwhile year. Our year has been split up into three profitable groupings. Academically, we have brought our grade points up from last semester. Socially, we enjoyed exchanges, our annual hayride, and excursions to San Francisco. Spiritually, Alpha Gamma Omega attempted to live up to the name of a Christian Fraternity. SENIORS Bruce Borad Larry Epperson George Lewis Kenneth Plate JUNIORS Donny Cothran Richard Henke Richard Pratt Rod Robinson SOPHOMORES Vic Campos Robert Draper Robert Jacobsen John Johnson Stephen Lim Dick Wulf FRESHMEN Dennis Byrnes Paul Dekar John Gustafson George Hreha Elton Nelson Dan Newfeld Dennis Newfeld Alpha Epsilon pi 2327 Warring Street The men of AEPi can be very proud of the many pious and charitable activities which we engaged in this semester. Among these are: 1). Rolling the Crunchy Munchy Man. 2). An exchange with the Moonlight Ranch. 3). Instituting dog races at Memorial Stadium. FOUNDED AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, 1913 CHI ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1949 SENIORS Norman Diamond Robert Goldberg Stan Sucher JUNIORS Pete Abram Warren Arnoff Howard Borer Ronald Cohen Sherwin Cotler Roger Franklin Robert Levy Bob Miller Ronald Rabin Barry Regan Marvin Rose Mike Scholar Robert Smith Samuel Wohlstadter SOPHOMORES Allan Aven Barry Benioff Mike Golden William Gonbert Jay Kahn Foster Kivel Kenneth Krichman Peter Lusky Gene Matzkin Ron Mermel Herbert Steinhardt Sidney Winicki FRESHMEN Bob Belzer Michael Brachman Fred Engel Gerald Heeger Jay Hurwitz Richard Inlander Stu Levinson Robert Lyons David Smith Robert Standard Alpha Kappa Lambda 2701 Hearst Avenue FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1914 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1914 NINETEEN CHAPTERS As I walked down on the paths of the campus As I walked down towards Dwinelle one day I spied five thousand dollies all dressed in the same way. One to the other this did say, " I can see by your white socks that you are from South Side. ' " You can see by my blonde locks that I live there, too. " " With our white socks and blonde locks, you can tell we ' re from South Side. If you wore brown Penny loafers you could live on South Side too. " SENIORS Ronald Cassano Richard Foster Alan Gaudie Alfred Gorman Tony Hagemann Thomas Mapes Jim Nixon Raymond Poirier Jeffrey Totten JUNIORS Dick Conway Marshall Kamena William Meierding Richard Moriarty SOPHOMORES Merrick Cheney David Dail Bob Duarte Pierre Furlan Richard Michelon Pete Miller Allan Milmeier Bob Seeley Richard Seibert FRESHMEN Joe Madley Bob Nicholson Walt Pickering John Seifert Miles Sturgis Alpha Sigma Phi 2739 Channing Way FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, 1845 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 FIFTY-SIX CHAPTERS There was once a land in which there lived a lot of bears. Now, these bears were all treated equally by the Great who ruled the land. Nevertheless, the bears were to point out each other ' s peculiarities. Some would say to others, " You hold your nose too high and are therefore snobbish. " Others would point their paws and say, " Your hair has a peculiar red tint, and besides, it ' s too long. " The Great Ostrich, hearing of this strife, raised his head from the sub-surface of the Drivel Plaza and solemnly proclaimed, " All bears are created equal. " Somehow this did not impress the bears very much; thus the war of adjectives continued. SENIORS Paul Beal David Enrici Rich Eschenburg Rex Ghormley Michael Halloran William Marrs Dennis Sherman Don Talley Joseph Tonda Hal Wilde JUNIORS David Anderson Bob Bennett Zell Cantrell, Jr. Richard Cobdon Robert Luck William McNally Don Menees Peter Skaarup SOPHOMORES Ted Edwards Theodore Finger Gerald Flinn Richard Hammond Paul Jones Steve Lungren Thomas Miller William Peregoy James Van Vechren FRESHMEN David Brown Dan Cohn Richard La Frenz Alpha Tau Omega 2465 Le Conte Avenue FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1865 GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER ESTAB LISHED 1900 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY CHAPTERS SENIORS Peter Carruth Richard Forward JUNIORS Frank Ducote Dennia Kurutz Charles Martin Gino Scatena John Schultz Paul Smith William Thurlow Carvel Zwingle SOPHOMORES Norman Anda Brian Cunningham David Fox Mike Fraser Peter Haley Clay Henley Mike Hulbert Larry Jackson Brian Kesner Robert Scott Richard Soderholm FRESHMEN Jeff Bradley Paul Carroll Alan Crittenden Randy Gaines James Groulx James Mullen Ralph Swany Steve Tate Ron Young Chi Phi 2722 Durant Avenue FOUNDED AT THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY, 1854 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1875 THIRTY-TWO CHAPTERS SENIORS Gene Burns Robert Clark Pete Cooper Al Everitt Michael Good Tim Higgins Dan Ipson Kent Jakobsen John Luft Cal Moore Cliff Petersen Tomas Russell Brad Wait JUNIORS Carl Bergan Samuel Davis Ed Laufenberg Steve Norwood Ken Stenlund SOPHOMORES Bill Burgess Tim Cooper Michael Fox Steve Ipson Bill Long John Richardson Ed Sedgwick Don Wiesner FRESHMEN Fred Burrell Chris Harrington Tom Herget Frank Johnson Roger Young Beta Theta Pi 2607 Hearst Avenue FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1839 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1879 NINETY-NINE CHAPTERS SENIORS Brian Baggett John Boyl Roger Browning Jeff Cowan Pete Green Dick Hoppin Jerry Meyer Bruce Moseley Pete Olson JUNIORS Pete Applegate Clarke Astle Bill Barbee Chris Carpenter David Dunlap Judd Hanna Don Lauer Henry Musto Dick Railton John Robertson Jim Smith Peter Stent Ridge Whittemore SOPHOMORES Spud Cutler Pete DePetra Pete Dolan Ben Fletcher Bob Hudson Chip Hunt Dick Iglehart Larry McCune Mike Neal John Schenk Tom Stanton Larry Taggart Bob Towne Eric Van de Water Jim Whitaker FRESHMEN Bill Burrows John Clarke Bob Graham Ned Griffiths Frank Hayman Bill Hayter Henry Huff Hank Hunte Ross MacKay Jerry Olson Pete Peracca Lee Spath Mike Spencer Dick Terry Randy Thaman Chi Psi 2311 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, SCHNECTADY, N. Y., 1841 ALPHA DELTA DELTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1895 TWENTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS SENIORS George Hyde Robert McDougall David Petteys Lewis Pond Grosvenor Root JUNIORS John Barneich Richard Cairns Richard Huntley Robert Pomeroy Michael Quinn Robert Whitely SOPHOMORES Don Dalke FRESHMEN Roger Chretien Richard Dietz John Harper, Jr. David Hospeth The Green and White machine is still rolling.... Del Rey 1727 Euclid Avenue FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1903 ONE CHAPTER Dennis Allison John Bianucci Jerry Gunnarson Ronnie Gridley William Kish Paul Smith JUNIORS David Carneggie Jafilam de la Cruz Dick Howard Lynn Poole Bob Reed Rich Rose Ron Rose Thomas Whelan SOPHOMORES Richard Davis John Durein Joe Golden Ronald Lane Michael Moyer Frank Stephenson FRESHMEN Marshall Munt COOK Mae Eclund In the Fall it was parties, beerbusts, and intramurals. In the Spring it was studying . . . at least when we weren ' t at parties, beerbusts, and intramurals. Delta Chi 1756 LeRoy FOUNDED AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1890 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER FOUNDED 1910 GRADUATE David Butner SENIORS Joe Brush Claudius Gordon Charles Maas Sherman May Ralph Moir Kent Price Gary Robinson William Weymouth JUNIORS Milton Cooper Carl Elliger Robert Howard Paul Lin Christopher Newman Dorman Smith Paul Thode Scott Tolman James White SOPHOMORES Ray Grinsell Michael Milner John Moir Douglas Parks John Russell FRESHMEN Tom Alexander Jim Bigelow Don Crawford Gregory Small T. Fitzgerald Smith Michael Stead Tom Timar Delta Kappa Epsilon 2302 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT YALE COLLEGE, 1844 THETA ZETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1876 FORTY-NINE CHAPTERS SENIORS Christopher Blaisdell Marshall Cloyd Bill Granger Timothy Hachman Peter Morrissey Charles Newcomb JUNIORS Bob Boyd Eric Cowing Gerald Morrow Stephen Shirley Edwin Wood Paul Yost Gary Zacher SOPHOMORES Charles Boyle Frank Frates III Tom Griffith Tom Holland Peter Michael Mike O ' Neil Dudley Wing, Jr. FRESHMEN Howard Beeman Jonathan Berg Tom Davis Casey Escher J. Sweet Delta Sigma Phi 2415 Prospect Street FOUNDED AT THE CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK, 1899 HILGARD CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1915 NINTY-FIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS Fred Bauer Arlo Braun Pete Campbell Robert Dennison William Durfee Wayne Gomez Lawrence Green David Greiner Jerry Hatcher Gary Kalian James Leary Steven Little Tracy Mordock William Pesce Paul Rahn Randall Robinson William Trautman Jay Verkozen Vic Willits JUNIORS Ed Barnett Clint Bidwell Bob Fitz William Frank Sheri Smith Delta Sigma Phi Dreamgirl " Don ' t be WISHY-WASHY " is the favorite expression of this Chi Omega who reigns as the Delta Sigma Phi Her double major is English and French and she to study in France and to teach English there. A favorite pastime of Sheri ' s is to attend Cal athletic events. Hobbies include ice-skating, swimming, and skiing. Sheri is also an Oski Doll and a Little Sister of Minerva. She is also noted for her talent of being late. Delta Sigma Phi Tom Hakanson Charles Jones Jack Lundgren Dennis McCollough Steve Moody Sam Speake Sophomores Mike Bourne Hank Herrera Les Jacobs Eric Lundstrom Bill Mitchel Steven Suess Phil Swigard Stuart White Bob Williamson FRESHMEN Dick Fitz Bob Frank Dick Gaskill Kevin Leary Igor MacKay Steve Zorn Cassie Kappa Sigma 2400 Warring Street FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1869 BETA XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1901 ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS George Atkinson James Aynesworth Don Bird William Carstens Pete Cole Robert Crawford Bill Manetta Dale Morgan Jim Shields Jim Williams JUNIORS Bud Behrsen John Fossum George Jardim Robert Massey Perry Nissler John Potter Lyman Rust John Williams SOPHOMORES Roger Baker Peter Carter Robert Dewalt Wait Griswold Richard Hartje David Johnson Bob Isaacson Ronald Mettler FRESHMEN Tom Childress Gregg Cramm James Heidner Scot Smith Jeffry Stubbs Delta Tau Delta 2425 Hillside Way FOUNDED AT BETHANY COLLEGE, 1858 BETA OMEGA CHAPTER FOUNDED 1898 NINETY-ONE CHAPTERS SENIORS Richard Berridge Robert Boynton Richard Coveny Wicker Gamble Jerry Johnson Gary Kashing Chuck Kintner Stephen Lind Whitney Nicholas Barry Patron Harvey Place Bob Snyder Edward Thirkell JUNIORS Kenneth Caldwell Steve Donner Joel Fadem John Giraudo Max Gray Peter MacVean John McKeown, Jr. David Phillips Ed Protiva Larry Prud ' homme Jerry Riggs James Schnabel Craig Stalker Brian Tanner Paul Venel Alex Verhoogen Kirk Wayland E. Wharton Bill Yeager SOPHOMORES Ron Angell Robert Ausfahl Steve Barrett Tom Brennan Lee Harmon Jim Harrington Mike Henninger Stephen Lagerlof Tom Markham Zack Powell Ross Ritter Jim Thompson Stuart White Tom Williams FRESHMEN Steven Beilock Mike Guerin Tom Hensley Greg Palamountain Ned Reynolds Jamie Sutton Delta Upsilon 2425 Warring Street FOUNDED AT WILLIAMS COLLEGE, 1834 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1896 EIGHTY CHAPTERS SENIORS Bud Brown Stephen Chandler Lawrence Costa James Ellison Bob Myers John Montgomery Scott Paine Curtis Reeve Bill Remick JUNIORS Bruce Allbin Jim Baird Robert Brown Jerry Fry Dennis Johnson Randy Mundt James Orosco Richard Rudloff Stephen Small Bill Staats SOPHOMORES William Ayoob Jim Baird Thomas Bruno Mike Chase William Cooper Samuel Dolman Donald Francis Charles Kavanagh Robert Mullen Norb Murray Thomas Sturges Peter Weber Bruce Weiss FRESHMEN Darian Dawson Thomas Harris Bob Hollman Bruce Loynd George Meek Rodes Moran Charles Peckham Steve Rothrock Jim Steers Charles Van Court The South Shall Rise Again. Kappa Alpha 2425 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT WASHINGTON AND LEE COLLEGE, 1865 ALPHA XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1895 EIGHTY-ONE CHAPTERS SENIORS Robert Burr Charles MacQuiddy Lynn McNulty Robert McNulty Stephen Morse Edward Rice Marty Sours Wayne Stanley Don Urfer John Velasquez Terry Waither JUNIORS Herm Alcalde Greg Antipa Lawrence Campbell Dale Debold Dick Govam Leroy Jebian John Komer John Rodriguez II Walt Vortmann SOPHOMORES Philip Goode Charles Moll Larry Poor Burton Voorhees FRESHMEN Philip Eckert John Flynn Steven Johnson Thomas Lagomarsino Mike McEvoy Thomas Minger Steve Patten John Robbins John Stulgis Richard Tallent JoAnn Hallberg Kappa Alpha Rose Queen Hailing from Corona Del Mar, JoAnn Hallberg reigns this year as the Kappa Alpha Rose Queen. This Alpha Pi is an economics major. JoAnn is active on the Sophomore Class Council, Polls Council, and Campus Tours. She is noted for extreme political ideas and her favorite expression is " Goldwater for ' 64. " Any correlation? Kappa Delta Rho 2601 Le Conte Avenue FOUNDED AT MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, 1905 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1924 TWENTY-ONE CHAPTERS SENIORS John Alving Robert Anderson Dave DeCarion Bob Granville Norn Lobdell Doug McLachlan Bill Morgan Jerry Newfarmer Gerald Peabody Allen Pederson Bill Stone Byron Wood JUNIORS George Cooke Dyer Glenn Garabedian Donn Hiddleson Clyde Izant David Mattek Richard Myer Michael Nave Noel Nellis Pete Olsen Jeff Ward SOPHOMORES Doug Bell Eric Johnson John McKinnon John Nebozuk Wayne O ' Connell James Rinehart Bob Theel Doyle Wiseman Don Zwakenburg FRESHMEN John Kuenzly Aza Meudell Dennis Mulhall Ted Pelletier Marco Renella Ned Ryan Kappa Nu 2412 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, 1911 TAU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 SIXTEEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Ron Gruber Stephen Gunther Ron Levin Gary Liberman Don Marram John Michael JUNIORS Howard Bertenthal Kenneth Budman Kenneth Franges Steve Goodman Ross Gordon Barry Gross Samuel Lewis Ken Matsumura Michael Newman Steve Saxe Gary Shapiro Mark Susnow SOPHOMORES Martin Eber Dave Freed Darrell Friedman Lynn Fujii John Gilman Richard Glazer Steven Haber Martin Harband Barry Harlan Mike Harris George Herbst Dave Hoffman David Horwitz Al Koenig Joel Levin Max Levine Libien James Bob Phillips Steve Roth Ted Simon Ronnie Taylor FRESHMEN Dave Adelsheim Steve Burton Andy Gillin Steve Greenberg Lambda Chi Alpha 1755 Le Roy Avenue FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 1909 MU ZETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Robert Booth, Jr. Kirby Cannon John Collom Dave Dowell Ben Eager William Frame Joseph Giovanazzi John Hammond Charles Jennings Robert Knight Donald Rowe Gerald Sudderth William Lieser Clay Lilleston George Lord Paul Osborn Harry Robinson Harvey Williams Edwin Wilson JUNIORS Charles Aparicio Craig Beckstead Noel Castleman Hal Cooper Bob Forrar Linda Hileman Lambda Chi Alpha Daffodil Queen A familiar site on the U. C. campus each spring is the of daffodils by the Lambda Chi ' s which preceeds the selection of the Daffodil Queen. Blond-haired Linda reigned this year as Lam bda Chi Alpha Daffodil Queen. Linda ' s hobbies include sewing and sailing. Noted for her smile, this Alpha Xi Delta hails from Huntington Beach. She is a sociology major and hopes to become a kindergarten teacher. Lambda Chi Alpha JUNIORS Lowell Gomes Jerry Hunt Robert Joehnck Jim Larson Gary Soden John Taylor Blair White SOPHOMORES Peter Chernik David Cowee Michael Leary Terry Long Jim McBride Richard Meadows Bill Moring Rik Rawson Chuck Stauffer Ed Sweeney James Tucker FRESHMEN Glen Hummer Michael Plumley Ted Russell Drink no longer water, but use a little wine for thy stomach ' s sake and thine often infirmities. I Timothy 5:23 Phi Gamma Delta 2395 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1848 DELTA XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1880 EIGHTY-TWO CHAPTERS SENIORS Peter Castellanos Richard Dale David Kenmuir Tom Kruse Edward Marcucci Terence Milligan Fred Nicolas Jerry Williams JUNIORS Abe Baily Nick Bizony Bob Cresap John Griffith Malcolm Leiser Stephen Lyon Richard Malloch Bill McCarty Bill Schlieman SOPHOMORES Ken Ambrose Arthur Amos Steve Booth Michael Cottrell Allan Hale Kirk Hoffner Rex Jones John Ludeman John McDonald Jerry Rekers Tim Sloat Gary Stoecker Toni Jones John Webber FRESHMEN Michael Durney Jeff Glass John Griesser Bob Harman Tim Kearns Michael Moran Steve Robertson Ed Stark Phi Delta Theta 2717 Hearst Avenue FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1848 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1873 ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Richard Green David Hakman Charles LeLorimier Bill Lynch Ron Mayo Jim McQueen John Parsons King Tuck JUNIORS Douglas Champlin Allen Cox William Dempsey Harold Gregerson Richard Griffin Joe Kennington Adolph Martinelli Allen Peters Dennis Smith Jim Stiggall Ralph Swearingen SOPHOMORES Timothy Mossteller Pat Pattison John Schmitdt FRESHMEN Patrick Bixby Lawrence Briggs Steven Broderick Jack Fox, Jr. Michael Madigan Philip Markwart Russell Moore Bob Travaille Phillip Whitehorn Phi Kappa Sigma 2320 Warring Street FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, 1873 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 SEVENTY CHAPTERS GRADUATE John Quinn SENIORS Rae Anderson Robert Fleck Michael Inglis Wendell Kerr Richard Konecky Dick Kreutzen Paul Mason Costa Nichols Bruce Osborn John Schmiedel Joseph Wildberger Dave Wynne JUNIORS Toby Burnett Curt Cheney Courtney Childs Randal Cruikshanks Bill Dowdall Larry Sonsini Russell Wisler SOPHOMORES Thomas Breckinridge James Bullard Steve Calegari Don Canavan Richard Downs Jay Erbes Nilo Lund Tom Mayer John Moore Ed Musante Allen Stewart FRESHMEN Walter Buck Terry Coveny Thomas Deetz Steve Howell James Lee Robert O ' Donnell Allan Robbins Fess Sawyer Phi Kappa Tau 2335 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1906 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1921 SIXTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS GRADUATE Harry Humphrey SENIORS James Black Don Bone Bruce Crawford John Dickerson Donald Evarts William Schmid Fred Gregory Daniel Grove Michael Holland Larry Jessie Richard Johnson Jeffrey Large Michael McCrystle Ronald Moon Gerald Nordstrom Charles Ogburn JUNIORS William Behnke Alfred Gereb Richard Hutchinson Thomas Koon Mike Kritscher Gerry Nash Kent Pearson Charles Rowins Bob Smith Lawrence Weeshoff SOPHOMORES Elliott Adams William Burkart Louis Cosso Richard Coulter Richard Harding Richard Kite James Prola Bill Rosecrans Dennis Schmitz William Sloane Robert Williams FRESHMEN Dave Berg Thomas Ellis Dale Hahn Fred Hall Dick Hooler Charles Kennedy Nicholas Sokol Phi Sigma Kappa 2312 Street FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, 1873 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 SEVENTY CHAPTERS SENIORS John Dougery Peter Gerasimanko Dan Green Bill Hand Ed Keller Thomas Klein Larry Knight Carl Lincoln Sherman Nobleman Dave Parent Tim Scofield Roy Seager John Thomas Cummings Walker JUNIORS Joseph Clark Chuck Di Bari John Drobny Frank Ferris Jim Harshbarger Stephen Hinding Rich Loverde Art Mecklenburg Mike Pachoud Perry Marshall Pezzaglia Geri Graham Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Girl Besides reigning as Phi Sigma Kappa ' s Moonlight Girl, Geri Graham is a member of Tower and Flame and Cal Prep, and serves as a legislative assistant to one of the Reps-at-Large. Hailing from Oakland, this Chi Omega majors in history and hopes to become a corporation Among her talents are included surfing and swimming. Phi Sigma Kappa Harry Stewart Leonard Tavernetti Robert Wheeler SOPHOMORES Rick Beeman Steve Chapman Myrkle Deaton Jerry Duncan Toby Edson Tom Fogarty Lee Holden Steve Kellogg Geoffrey Kessler Wayne Skinner Rowland Stanley Jim Teuscher FRESHMEN Tony Acker Larry Cook Bruce Corbett Mike Green Dick Little Tony Schaurer Mike Walker Dennis Watson " Nick " Phi Kappa Psi 2625 Hearst Avenue FOUNDED AT JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1852 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1889 SIXTY ONE CHAPTERS GRADUATES Roger Ferree John Warren SENIORS Roger Delwiche John Dugall JUNIORS Herb Archibald Ray Bressler Larry Brookes Jerry Hiatt Craig Murray SOPHOMORES Geoffrey Anderson Walter Bank Roger Consani Dennis Crowley John Dupree Ross Edwards Carl Houland Bob Jenks Chris Jones, III Jan Krischer Ted Kruttschnitt Robert McDowell Phil Mortenson Asger Nielsen S. Reiser Bruce Riesenberg Russ Romer Jon Schroeder Denis Slavich Bob Sullivan Hank Williams FRESHMEN Lynn Cary Dick Corten Rich Garrett Jules Gilbert Gerald Hawkins Don Magnuson Wayne Rogers George Williamson Pi Alpha Phi 2534 Warring Street FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY, 1925 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1925 ONE CHAPTER That delicate structure of intellectual and social design which has long been the symbol of Pi Alpha Phi was again destroyed by the entering pledge class. However, the membership hastily regained that former vigor by joining them. This counter guaranteed any possible success for the coming year. The new Pi Alpha Phi look was further enhanced by the advent of girls at the socials — both of them! Thus the was to witness the emergence of a new, potent, aggressive group of males augmenting similar groups of unorthodox Greeks. SENIORS Jack Goon Calvin Tum Richard Young JUNIORS Joe Gee Douglas Dang Harry Lim Win Wang Art Wong SOPHOMORES Jeff Chan Manuel Don Wing Gee Brian Lee Rodger Mock Peter Wong FRESHMEN Wendell Chun Randall Fong Richard Lee Gene Woon Pi Kappa Alpha 2324 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1868 ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1912 ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Ed Donahue Duane Duff Douglas Graham James Hurley Fred McDonald Stanley Parkinson Jess Pittore Sam Stassi Jack Trumbo Dave Whiteneck JUNIORS Steve Brandt Randy Gold William Marr Alan Nelson Roger Popper Dean Sterling John Stuart Steve Thompson Jon Weatherwax SOPHOMORES Gregg Avilla Bill Bowley Lawrence Colton Jon Epps Russell Godt Bill Jirsa Les Medall Bill Newsom Timothy Ryan FRESHMEN Robert Briner Glenn Jelics Vivat Academia, vivant professores, Vivat membrum Quodilbet, Vivant Membra Quaelibet, Semper sint in flore! Pi Kappa Phi 2353 Prospect Street FOUNDED AT THE COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON, 1904 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1908 FIFTY CHAPTERS SENIORS Peter Beakschi Alan Certik David Leppaluoto Richard Schreiber JUNIORS Steve Bennett Dennis Chadeayne Jay Johnson David Larson Robert Mackenzie Charles Schrader SOPHOMORES Richard Geno Ralph Vatalaro Roger Ware FRESHMEN Charles Burchell George Kelley Forrest Liles Barry Moyer Bob Waaland Pi Lambda Phi 2727 Channing Way FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, 1895 TAU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 FORTY-TWO CHAPTERS JUNIORS Don Belkin AI Brodovsky David Cowan Linsey Freeman Art Ginsberg Barry Goldberg Harry Haimovitch Jon Kuhn Bob Mittel Al Morris Gary Morris Harold Pearson Fred Schlachter Thomas Schrag Richard Wank SOPHOMORES Mike Berk Mike Blum Ken Blumer Tom Dawers Steve Dobbs Barton Epstein Bruce Goldstein Bob Keilly Rich Leifer Chuck Lempet David Levitas Ken Ochman Robert Oppenheimer Charles Sogalman Myron Sugarman FRESHMEN Bill Alpert Steve Bisgeier Bruce Flushman Doug Herst Dennis Jaffe Gene Kaufman Mark Lachtman Mike Rothberg Jerry Shluker Gregg Tolsen Sigma Phi 2307 Piedmont Avenue FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1827 ALPHA OF CALIFORNIA ESTABLISHED 1912 ELEVEN CHAPTERS SENIORS Gary Cummins Bob Harshberger Ed Lane Robert Penn Jim Talcott William Wells JUNIORS Bill Evans John Martin John Phelan Clark Ransome Curt Rocca SOPHOMORES Bill Arillaga Jim Bosco Clint Day Leigh Gaba William Pfann Roy Rocca James Stuart FRESHMEN Michael Cheney Gene Sbarbaro Steve Tapson Mike Woodward " Sig " Sigma Phi Delta FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 1924 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1952 THIRTEEN CHAPTERS SENIORS William Lewis David Reesor James Walton JUNIORS Dennis Bosler William Desjardin FRESHMEN Lawrence Howorth Robert Renouf Psi Upsilon 1815 Highland Place FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1833 EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1902 THIRTY-ONE CHAPTERS SENIORS Donald Donaldson Tom Hamilton John Hurt Pete Mickael John Newell Michael Smith Alan Wentner Ric Williams JUNIORS John Austin Wesley Brasher Bill Brown Tom Campbell Stacy Keach Lynn Larson William McAdam Bob McLeod Thomas Palmer Fred Peterson Peter Poulson Geotge Rathman Milton Redford Gary Rogets Jim Taggart SOPHOMORES Ed Bradbury Robert Collins William Ctonk Jim Hillman Denny Paul FRESHMEN John Alshuler Chris Carlson Bill Clayton Rich Gary Rick Gattis Batty Homey Frank Huffman Paul Lerch Stephen Onderoonk Dietet Scholz Gregoty Spreen Tom Thomas Kenneth Tietz Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2722 Bancroft Way FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, 1856 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1894 ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-ONE CHAPTERS SENIORS George Brown John Carter David Fitz Garber Davidson Bob Millinich James Mills John Rebel, Jr. Harold Taber John Wible JUNIORS David Albert Bob Black Robert Bradley Terry Brooks Joel Butler Dave Dykstra Joseph Faltinham James Fetterman Dennis Fillmore Jetry Gimenez David Hafleigh Bill Harrison Perry Haviland Robert McHugh Ken Niederhaus Phil Richards Bill Rodgers John Salisbury Paul Samuelson Warren Simandle Pete Steiner Gary Stephenson Chuck White SOPHOMORES Ed Ellingson Bob Frost Bill Hubartt Randy Litzenberg David Myers Charles Quilter Dennis Russell Walt Zech FRESHMEN Klaus Barre Dene Clainos William Hosmer Bob Matiasevich Michael Morganroth Charles Pinkham Chris Wilson SISTERS OF MINERVA Lynn Abbey Linda Baker Joan Barton Katie Britton Ann Conner Nancy DeMartini Lynn DiGiorgio Betsy Falkenburg Anne Foxworthy MaryAlice Frost Pat Gallis Pam Manuel Carol Millinich Judie Mills Patty O ' Hara Joan Parker BeeGee Seitz Sherie Smith Nancy Turner Sigma Alpha Mu 1735 LeRoy Avenue FOUNDED AT THE COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 1909 SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1929 FIFTY-ONE CHAPTERS This year, Sigma Alpha Mu was selected as the best fraternity on the California campus " by the Dean ' s Office and Interfraternity Council. This award recognizes the " Sammies " participation in campus and community activities. In leadership we hold the ASUC offices of Lower Division Rep. and Student Services Board Chairman. In we are rated as one of the top five fraternities. We are to participate in the many school functions. Also, the fraternity has had a tremendous school year. Our successful House Decoration Dance, " Sam-Hur, " was the talk of the campus along with our fantastic Axe-Review skit. The spring semester was just as big for the social scene due to the Spring Sing and our Overnight Spring Formal in Santa Cruz. These events rounded out an enjoyable year for SAM. Murray-Pie SENIORS Phil Holzman Steve Lyon Maurice Simon David Swimmer JUNIORS Ron Baers Alan Barbakon Ed Germain Ken Lezin Lou Zwerlins Steve Marpet Larry Miller Nick Newmark Jerty Nussbaum Jeff Palley Joe Sluskey Michael Stock Are Vatz Jon Vogel SOPHOMORES Kenneth Adler Phillip Adler David Broudy Roget Butten Dennis Caspe Gerald Cobb Ronald Epman Ronald Florence Stan Gold Jerry Green Paul Gteenbetg Steve Guttman Joe Haber Mike Haimovitz Michael Horowitz Alan Karsh Truman Katz Jeff Kauffman Larry Lane Larry Lorberbaum Michael Lyon Rick McMichael Art Rubin Joseph Samuel Edmund Scharlack Phil Shuper Jerry Sirlin Martin Stein David Steinet Mike Weiss Steve Zusman FRESHMEN Robert Baum Dennis Cohen Michael Fein Les Habet Joel Kaye Waltet Kent, Jr. Steven Zahm James Zemring Sigma Chi 2345 College Avenue FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1855 ALPHA BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1886 ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOUR CHAPTERS SENIORS John Brothers Walter Bunnel Kenneth Doctor Gareth Dorn William Edmonds William Guard Gery Grey Sandy Jacobson Donovan Jenkins Andy Jurgens Norman McLean Robert Quatman Roger Ricketts David Rinker Richard Schmidt Elliott Smith Don St. Sure JUNIORS Wayne Fingerson Jim Hollister Harry Lake Gerry McManigal Ray Owens Robert Peppin Steven Ricketts Ron Roberts Daphne Craige Sweetheart of Sigma Chi This year ' s Sweetheart of Sigma Chi is Daphne Craige. Daphne is an English major and hopes to obtain a teaching credential. Her hobbies include tennis and riding. Daphne is noted by her Kappa Alpha Theta sorority sisters for saying " rather attractive " and " not that bad. " Sigma Chi JUNIORS Robert Suter Frank Welsh Petee Zimmerman SOPHOMORES Kit Christiansen Duane Edmonds Mike Ericson Jay Fleming Charles Hulten Jim McNamara Stan Mehloff Walter Mollison Scott Muller Brian Smith Craig Thomas FRESHMEN Thomas Duffy George Foster Jerry Knapp John Paulson Ronald Sappington Ross Suthetland Peff Thompson Don Worden Jed Young Turn the page and leave us alone ! Sigma Pi 1816 Scenic Avenue FOUNDED AT VINCENNES UNIVERSITY, 1897 IOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 FIFTY-TWO CHAPTERS ADVISOR Tim Hall GRADUATES Charles Schorr Jim Spitze SENIORS Moises Escajeda Ken Johnson JUNIORS Mike Doan Robert Friis Ron Gonsalves Richard Morgado SOPHOMORES Mark Duggan Richard Engelhard Ron Kiger Rich Power James Swenson FRESHMEN Ralph Anthenien James Dyer Richard Glasspool Anthony Granucci Richard Maxwell Gregory Scott Sigma Nu 2710 Bancroft Way FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1869 BETA PSI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1892 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS SENIORS Jeff Babcock Dick Chaffeg Woodrow Covington Ed Farber Matshall McComb Harold Teasdale Lewis Teel David Van Hoonebeke Gilbert Walker Ray Walker JUNIORS David Barnett Terry Davis Sean Fitzgerald Harold Geiogue Jeffrey Grant Gary Mauser Robett Metzger Stan Teel SOPHOMORES Ivars Bitans Douglas Brown Nort Clarke Richard Daley John Gage Rick Hirsch Dave O ' Brien Lou Queary Jon Shoenberger FRESHMEN S. Crandall Greg Fuller Robert Johnson Peter Pike Alex Popov Peter Van Der Naillen Sigma Phi Epsilon 2316 Bowditch Street FOUNDED AT RICHMOND COLLEGE, 1901 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE CHAPTERS SENIORS Michael Green Roger Hollander Roger Kauffman Charles Mahakian David Melander William Paradis George Wacker JUNIORS John Baarts Bob Christiansen Frank Curcio Robert Dunn Denis Eymil Paul Gabel David Hammar Jim Litsinger Bill Maddigan Norman Mancini Fred Merriam Steve Millich Howard Schirmer Diane Rees Sigma Phi Epsilon Golden Heart Queen This year ' s Sigma Phi Epsilon Golden Heart Queen is Diane Rees. Besides reigning as Golden Heart Queen, Diane is both Social and Song Chairman at Chi Omega Sorority. Hailing from Pasadena, Diane sews, dances, and swims. Her major is English and she aims to be a writer and a teacher. Sigma Phi Epsilon SOPHOMORES Mike Cook Sian Farrar Ron Fenolio Gary Finley Bruce Haberkamp Tom Hobday Hutch Hutchings S. C. Lindman Frank Malone Gary Robinson Rick Rust Gerry Steel William Storey Don Williams FRESHMEN Phil Daro Dan Frederick Forrest Gagnon Dick Johnson Robert Phillips Clay Wilson Tau Kappa Epsilon 2725 Channing Way FOUNDED AT ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1899 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1919 ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS SENIORS Clinton Ar Dan Baker Gary Code Robert Crabtree Jere Guernsey John McCobbin John McKeag Steve Slauson Russell Stubbings Terry Timmins Dennis Vineys JUNIORS Robert Bergh Jr. Craig Davis Lon Eakes William Heinkel Roger Macray Russell Mayall Tom Turner John Warde SOPHOMORES Gary Andres Hank Brainerd Diane Bouhaben Tau Kappa Epsilon Carnation Queen Near the Christmas season, Tau Kappa Epsilon announced their new Carnation Queen, Diane Bouhaben. Hailing from the East Bay, Piedmont, Diane ' s major is bacteriology. She hopes to apply her major in the realm of a laboratory technician. One of her favorite pastimes is skiing. Kappa Kappa Gamma sponsored Diane in the beauty contest. Tau Kappa Epsilon SOPHOMORES Garrett Capune Kenneth Casaday James Chamberlain Tim Clune Ross Curtis Jerry Johnson James Mott Jack Overall William Poulton George Prime William Rosentreter James Sherk Blake Sonne FRESHMEN Ugo Baldassari Michael Cowger Shane Griffin Edward Howes Lance Johnson Ray Mitchell Howard Reedy Theta Chi 2499 Piedmont Avenue JUST ANOTHER NORMAL YEAR AT THETA CHI . . . . In an effort to regain our old academic standing, a few of the brothers bought books. To improve ourselves intellectually, a few of the, brothers went to class. To help solve world and campus issues, a few of the brothers voted. To improve ourselves physically, a few of the brothers threw Gremlines. To show school spirit, a few of the brothers RF ' ed Slate. To forget, all the brothers drank! WE DID OUR BEST TO MAKE OUR MOTHERS PROUD OF US ! FOUNDED AT NORWICH UNIVERSITY, 1856 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOUR CHAPTERS SENIORS Gregory Austin Michael Donovan Dale Harden Donald Hitzl Allen Kerlin Mike Knight Robert Meanza William Partlow Miguel Perez-Lizano James Snider JUNIORS John Bennett Steve Bennett Bob Dale Paul Grace Woody Gregory Gerald Martin John Merritt Thomas Pickens Joe Ramus Ruedy Schroeter Bill Withuhn SOPHOMORES Paul Accampo Melvyn Brodie Chris Chadbourne Richard Cutler Bennett Gleason Mike Goodwin Earl Gravlin Lowell Hickey Al Morgan Richard Nightingale FRESHMEN Thomas Benedict Gunther Boccius Jack Brizendine Robert Bush, Jr. Robert DuPont Charles Knudsen Bruce Rawlinson Donald Rugg Curtis Travis Theta Delta Chi 2637 Durant Avenue FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1847 DELTA DEUTERON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1900 TWENTY-NINE CHAPTERS GRADUATES Ed McKenna SENIORS Geoffrey Gee Tom Jones Raymond Marchetti Chuck Moore Robert Sherman JUNIORS Ray Bartholio Frank Brodie Ronald Briggs Walt Brown, Jr. Stephen Cox Paul Ehrlich Stephen Hischier Frank Jeans Merlyn Lausten Bob Mainey Tom Medanich Ronald Meiman Chris Orman Stephen Rice Jay Rowe Steve Ulsh SOPHOMORES Douglas Brown Bruflat Pete Dutton Rick Gallien Larry Kennings Roger Kosel Al McBride Scott Samuelsen Dave Wasserman Steve Zalkind FRESHMEN Samuel Johnson Patrick Maharg Louis Maire Daniel Miller,Jr. Henry Richmond James Roberts Ralph Roberts Michael Robinson Roger Swanson Cary Swoveland Bill Zimmermann Zeta Beta Tau 1712 Euclid Avenue FOUNDED IN NEW YORK CITY, 1898 ALPHA ETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1926 FORTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS SENIORS Stephen Allen Gary Ceazan James Elden Josh Eppinger Michael Gettelman George Goldberg Stephen Horn Walter Kaufmann Norm Kellner Phil Michael Charles Miller Kenneth Nemzer Kenneth Polse JUNIORS Martin Blank Steve Bley Dick Fischer Al Goodman Bob Gordon David Green Paul Hopmann Steven Kay Art Levine Walt Rosenthal Alan Sutter Michael Wolf SOPHOMORES Donald Bell John Block Jim Gidlow Jules Greenstein Jim Harris Dave Hofmann Jeffrey Kaufmann Chuck Kodimer Ron Levant Jerry Levinson Michael Levitt Dan Phillips Steve Scheinman Tom Sloss Andrew Spilker Rick Sylvester FRESHMEN Roger Cherniss Ricky Fiedelman Floyd Hoffman Laurence Hornick Richard Jacobs Keith Liberman Jim Rael Harvey Saferstein Theta Xi 1730 LaLoma Avenue FOUNDED AT RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, 1864 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 FORTY-SIX CHAPTERS Social: Dates; 6.432 per party. Brown Constant; 5.270 lbs. Parties; 73. Parties. We Threw; 2. Scholarship: Yes. Pledges: Total; 32. G.P. 0.094. Pledges Initiated: 1. G.P. 3.792: Actives: Total; 30. G.P. 3.792. Actives Here Next Year; 3. G.P. 2.002. Intramurals: Curling. MaJong. Bocce Ball. 20 Kilometer Walk. Campus Activities: Sweepstakes for Most Hours Spent in the Lair. Another Superlative Year . . . . SENIORS Dave Anderson George Breed Bill Calhoun Richard Cerruti Christopher Kane Sheldon Payne Bob Prison Bill Triplett Richard Untermann JUNIORS Frank Benson John Coggins Wallace Etterbeek John Horgan Allen Puckett Rich Rowe Paul Roos Barry Woodruff SOPHOMORES John Barnard Dixon Hill Stephen Leask Michael McElroy Dean Morgan Jim Najarian Mike Snow Dennis Soegaard FRESHMEN Ron D ' Aloisio Mike Gallagher Bill Howatt Bill Scheel Jodi Zeta Psi 2728 Bancroft Way FOUNDED AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, 1847 IOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1870 THIRTY-FIVE CHAPTERS SENIORS Edward Bowen Scott Calder Joseph Cardoza Gerald Davis Fred Deal Anthony Diamo nd Charles Eastman Jack Griffin Frank Helm, Jr. William Judge, Jr. Dave Nock Douglas Pfaff Peter Siewert JUNIORS Anthony Andrews Jim Bonney Mike Brown Walter Foskett Doug Fowkes James Jasper Vic Manuelli Hugh Reilly Robert Rosson, Jr. Thomas Solinsky Geoffrey Steer Richard Stenton Dennis Tavernetti E. Test SOPHOMORES Geoffrey Bill Herbert Gooch Hugh Gordon Samuel Hale Ross Hambly Ronald Jurgensen Robert Kresser Edgie Scott Jeff Skinner Thomas Pattinson August Schilling Richard Weil FRESHMEN Robert Beim Patrick Bowen Jim Burdschy Matthem Connelly James Moore John Rinne Jim Somers Interfraternity Council FALL OFFICERS David Anderson President Mike Inglis Ad. Vice President Steve Cox Representative Noel Nellis Representative Chris Jones Representative Tom Solinsky Representative Jack Griffin Exec. Vice President Rex Jones Secretary Tom Dunlap Treasurer Jerry Williams President Noel Nellis Ad. Vice President Fall Presidents Howard Weinberger Robert Knop Kenji Kawaoka Elton Welke Howard Borer Larry Epperson Raymond Poirer Johnny Cooke Dennis Sherman Charles Martin Roger Browning Kent Jakobsen Grosvenor Root Jerry Gunnarson Joe Brush Marshall Cloyd Stephen Little Robert Ward John Montgomery Martin Sours William Stone Ronald Gruber George Atkinson William Frame Douglas Champlin Gearld Williams Roger Ferree Michael Inglis James Black William Hand Joseph Gee Edward Donahue Peter Beakschi Jonathan Kuhn Alan Wentner John Giumarra Murray Richtel Sidney Chapin David Van Hoorebeke Robert Penn Roger Kauffman Moises Escajeda Keith McKeag Sean Althaus Thomas Jones Christopher Kane Phillip Michael Scott Calder George Breed Exec. Vice President Fraternities Acacia Alpha Chi Rho Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Gamma Oemga Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Phi Alpha Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi Chi Phi Chi Psi Del Rey Delta Chi Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Sigma Phi Delta Tau Delta Delta Upsilon Kappa Alpha Kappa Delta Rho Kappa Nu Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Tau Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Alpha Phi Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi Pi Lambda Phi Psi Upsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mu Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Pi Tau Kappa Epsilon Theta Chi Theta Delta Chi Theta Xi Zeta Beta Tau Zeta Psi Spring Presidents Alan Hirasuna Robert Knop Richard Jennings Henry Weyrauch Howard Borer Robert Draper Alfred Gorman John Erby Michael Halloran Charles E. Martin Richard Hoppin Arthur Burns Michael Quinn Paul R. Smith Gary Robinson Timothy Hachman Steven Little Robert Snyder Scott Paine Martin Sours Douglas MacLachlan Donald Bird James Larson Douglas Champlin Henry Shain Jerry Williams Herbert Archibald Larry Sonsini Donald Evarts Jerry Duncan Jeffrey Chan Stanley Parkinson Richard Schreiber Harold Pearson James Taggart Peter Steiner David Swimmer John Brothers Woodrow Covington Gary Cummings Thomas Hobday Richard Glasspool Craig Davis Donald Hitzl Thomas M. Jones William Calhoun Philip Michael William Judge SPRING OFFICERS George Breed Exec. Vice President Tom Dunlap Treasurer Rex Jones Secretary Jim Black Representative Steve Cox Representative Robert Granville Representative Chris Jones Representative Robert Ander son David Behnke Roger Browning David Dail Jafilam da La Cruz James Elden Larry Epperson William Frame Ronald Gruber Donald Hitzl Bob Joehnick Roger Knacke David Leppaluoto Interfraternity Honorary Scholastic Society Clay Lilleston Paul Lin Marshall McComb Ralph Moir Kenneth Nemzer Gerald Peabody Kent Pearson Peter Roman Marvin Rose Jay Rowe Richard Siebert Robert Sherman Myron Sugarman Clifford Surko Harold Teasdale Eric Van de Water Charles Weinberger Thomas Whelan Byron Wood Louis Zwerling Bay View Terrace 2335 Warring Street SENIORS Roberta Miller Susan Nies Katherine Rintaler Norine Stevens Margaret Telonicher JUNIORS Karen Gozdziewicz Heather McPhee Janet Siebel Peni Yuki SOPHOMORES Patricia Gorman Melinda Laykin FRESHMEN Gwen Foote Sue Frager Susan Grover Marilyn Morris Carolyn Price Song fest . . . dinner dancing at Lake Merritt . . . house tea . . . the caroling at Christmas . . . our " surpressed desire " party . . . and, of course, the Mary B. Davidson and W.D.A. scholarship cups. We must not forget our very generous housemother and our mascot, Kenya, who managed to survive the antics of twenty " spirited " girls. Beaudelaire Club 2347 Prospect Street SENIORS Susan Ensler Martha Roehr Katherine Rotherham JUNIORS Rosanne Cunningham Kathleen Horan Dolores Gale Howard Nancy Lestrade Linda Malmstrom SOPHOMORES Roberta Apau Nancy Carpenter Lynda Fall Ruth McKinnon Mary Ann Reynolds FRESHMEN Pat Alves Lita Carino Linda Goo Marilyn Komiya Sandra Moore Irene Thornton Buttons Tobey Cloyne Court 2600 Ridge Road GRADUATES Russill Duckering Elbert Shelley SENIORS James Brown Milton Chong John Hansell Jim Maeno Donald Seratti JUNIORS Bill Adams Rae Archibald Robert George Mike Pickering Jerry Reynolds Sydney Robertson Gordon Whitehead SOPHOMORES Lawrence Brown Francisco Covarrubias Eugene DeBolt Paul McDowell Jay Ruzak John Swarbrick Terrill Wade FRESHMEN John McConnell Ramond Moran Paul Sirag Bowles Hall Dickey-Pooh Dean, our illustrious fall President, started this year out with a bang — he got himself pinned. Under the leadership of Dickey Pooh and our spring President, Steve " The Stick " Harvey, Bowles had a most unique year. Even the Dean ' s Office thought it was unique. Steve " The Stick " as fall Social Chairman, showed keen thinking, such new and exciting events as the first annual Fire Dance and Conflagration. Carol Odella, Crockett ' s answer to Dolly Dimples, did a masterful job of chronicalling the Hall gossip as fall Social Yas Tana, Bowles Hall ' s answer to Casanova, is a specialist on Cheney Hall beer busts as well as a contributor to the first signs of spring in his envied position as spring Social Secretary. SENIORS Michael Astin Richard Ballard James Boer Newell Booth Karl Bergstrom Dickson Dean Jim Erman Morgan Fitzwater Jim Frederick Thomas Glau Richard HaIlford John Hargreaves Stephen Harvey Don Hoffman Clive Jones Phillip Krinitt Kenneth Lee Allan Lock James McCabe Carlo Odella Barry Patton William Ragsdale Richard Rice John Schwind Richard Shaw Dennis Slaughter Donald Smith Stephen Smith Kenneth Snaw Joseph St. Clair Yasuto Tana Sheldon Young JUNIORS Stuart Aaronson Deni Aramayo Kent Benedict Jonathan Benjamin Robert Brady John Broderick Andy Capestro Gary Davis Robert Forsberg Herbert Gunderson Mat Laky Jay Daniel Darrel Lum Dennis Lund Larry Masor Louie Nady Paul Nebel Lowell Paulsen Tom Shelton Robert Shimasaki Ed Stabb James Thompson Baldwin Tom Robert Vold Bowles Hall Notables in Bowles include the winner of the award, Larry Beyersdorf, and four of Cal ' s most outstanding frosh football players. Notable for other reasons is Michael Dunham, affectionately known as " The Pear. " This worthy member stirred the Freshmen to bigger and better things as their spring class president. Though saddened by the loss of its mascot, Monter Mouse, Bowles was not without its lighter moments. " Phyllis " Krinitt dropped in one evening, but our mascot proved too aggressive for that fair damsel. But despite some well-meaning interference by the Deans, we achieved, as always, the goals of our motto, " Education through Fellowship, " and maintained the spirit and tradition which are Bowles. JUNIORS Joe Wakefield Robert Wells SOPHOMORES Richard Abramson Ken Barter Paul Cashman Russell Coupland John Crawford Duff Danilovich Ron Denend Peter Dixon Richard Ewing Kirk Freyermuth Michael Hahn John Hargrove Clinton Jurgens David Lee Michael Leite Mark Lyons Donald Manka Don MacKenzie Rick McWilliam Stanley Miguel Jay Nelson David Perry Robert Rains John Rasmussen Howard Robbins Tom Roehr Jon Shawl Stephen Shawl George Toriyama John Wiles Greg Zwillinger FRESHMEN John Boudett David Brewster Robert Cilfton Paul Dorroh Michael Dunham Rudy Estrada William Goldberg Clayton Grillo Michael Hoffman John Humber Franklin Johnson Roger Johnson James McLane Gary Nakamura James Schmuck Charles Smith Timothy Tarpley Robert Taylor Bennett Tom Douglas Williams Gayn Winters Cheney Hall 2650 Durant Avenue SENIORS Mary Ammirati Ruth Anderson Mary Brady Joan Brandt Elizabeth Braze Mary Cahill Shirley Cheu Hazel-Marie Diedrichsen Dora Durand Donna Eppler Concetta Finocchio Susan Greendorter Barbara Hirschon Margita Hofman Maxine Hong Barbara Kawahara Ivery Kennedy Nancy Lee Dale Leong June McClish Judith Merkle Donna Milnes Amy Miure Carole Muramoto Marsha Nakawatase Nancy Parent Kathy Rayburn Rumiko Sakow Beverly Slobod Shirley Williams JUNIORS Jeanne AZen Ruth Burns Joyce Crowford Linda D ' Ari Linda DeJong Dowd Lonnie Elgart Diana Godet Keren Hamburger Arlene Herkus Bernice Kawamura Nancy Leonard Athena Nicholau Heddy Polak Susan Schuller Sally Sexton Janet Stone Susan Upshaw Sharon Yandell Young SOPHOMORES Bonnie Benjamine Claudia Ching Pat Crawford Diane Druin Martha Fransler Franke Lillian Fujimoto Anna Greenberg Linda Herndon Dianne Impelman Kathleen Kish Nancy Lockwood Pat Mar Kathleen Morgan Judy Myers Mary Puruis Judy Seely Janet Shemasake Audrey Spear Jane Trummel Karren Ulyatt Rosemary Vasquez Nancy Walthew Judy Werba FRESHMEN Beverly Bara Sharon Blumenthal Alphina Chung Susan Clark Marlene Crawford Sheri Cummings Connie Farrow Jaye Fletcher Janet Fung Susan Gilbert Ann Henry Janet Johnson Irene Keck Judy Meyers Frieda Plotkin Pearl Seidman Kathie Shelton Louise Silva Carolyn Syphers Sandra Steinbach Carole Sterni Coral Turner Catherine Vissio Vickie Vongehr Susan Yamaguchi Not Pictured Gail Kinney Cunningham Hall 2650 Haste Street Fun, work and gaiety aptly characterize Cunningham Hall ' s second year in existence. For besides the usual exchanges, parties, programs and speakers, there was the breath-taking, show stopping Axe Review act with Deutsch, more and better planned activities, extra leadership, and finer, harder working girls. All of these things Cunningham Girls to enjoy a really bang-up year. And now, as summer approaches, Cunningham Girls will go their separate ways with happy memories and good friendships to them. Au Revoir ... until next year! SENIORS Amanda Bristol Suzanne Cantou Susan English Rosalinn Giske Fareeda Habeeb Marie Homan Sandra Donald Laverne Marcotte Kay Morimoto Marlene Rudolph Claretta Smith Carol Uhlinger JUNIORS Norma Abe Judy Ball Gloria Burke Majorie Daniels Penny Dinkler Marsha Fried Ann Hiramatsu Carolyn Huskey Linda Kahan Janice Maneki Audrey Nishimoto Ruth Ann Pattison Sheila Pinkel Lesley Rahm Karen Ross Cathy Roumasset Wendy Slattebo Dale Stromer Aimy Taniguchi Kathleen Wells SOPHOMORES Denise Andreuccetti Harrie Bush Madelyn Gale Nancy-Ann George Joan Gitterman Carol Harp Adele Katz Barbara Kossem Karen Kramer Avis Kuwahara Carolyn Meyer Joellen Peak Lani Schalla Ann Schirle Linda Slater Maxine Steinberg Susan Thompson Susan Wood FRESHMEN Carel Bertram Sally Campbell Susan Dews Gayle Everly Grace Griffin Donna Haber Carla Harden Terry Hillman Sandy Hoos Susan Knopow Leslie Krevoy Rosemary Lucier Jean McEntee Paula Mendenhall Karen Peterson Betty Richardson Gayle Rohwedder Susan Scharf Nadine Schindell Joan Schirle Judy Sheretz Anne Siegel Linda Sobel Barbara Tolchin Barbara Zupnik Davidson Hall 2650 Haste Street SENIORS Penelope B ayes Sylvia Carp Ann Carr Janice Enomoto Jacqueline Hill Linda Johnson Helen Kieko Dean La Shag Miriam Lewinsky Sylvia Moss Diane Powell Sharon Stanton Lynn Waterman JUNIORS Jane Asari Betty Cooper Dolores Denison Barbara Derosier Nancy Herr Edna Levy Joan Paulson Dianne Reimers Ellen Ross Gloria Salzman Joan Schwartz Rosette Szyler Laura Tackett Jean Thiltgen Diane Weizer Carol White Henrianne Wong SOPHOMORES Dinah Bowen Merle Burnick Sharon DuRoff Bonnie Friedland Claire Fujita Nancy Glicksberg Anne Goodbody Jacalyn Grindle Irene Guidici Patricia Holts Jane Jasner Carolyn Jue Paula Loffler Judy Marks Linda Montanelli Priscilla Murr Nancy Naftel Roxana Reeder Nora Rodriguez Terry Rudolph Andrea Scharf Sandra Shliff Priscilla Soval Marcella Tsuchiya Jenny Wenk Steffie White Davidson Hall Karen Woo Laurene Wu Pamela Young FRESHMEN Joan Baker Elaine Camisa Leslie Coffman Judie Frishman Jianne Gimian Myra Gould Carol Hoffberg Linda Hoffland Helen Holt Paula Howard Eileen Iscoff Katherine Kaufman Susan Knopow Michael Lehman Caroline Meamber Carol Metz Babette Roth Ronni Schnider Janet Sedan Leona Shapiro Susan Smith Virginia Smith Judy Tarry Pat Tong Barbara Waksman Ruth White Deutsch Hall 2650 Durant Avenue Dennis Dale Stanley Domezio Keith Eaton Jon Freuler Joel Gibson Gary Gordon Gaylord Huth GRADUATE Warren Rucker SENIORS Paul Anderson Richard Bryant Paul Cheng Ted Craig Frederick Crosher Michael Cummins Richard Iwasuki Nicky Johnson Terry Johnson Thomas King Darryl Korn Phillip Laughlin Stephen Levine Martin Majestic Edward Maker Donald McCown Tom McCready Herman Muller, Jr. Paul Nordlund Roger Schultz Bradley Schuyler Milton Smith Paul Smith Vibul Vichit-Vadaken Frederick Wolcott Geoffrey Wong Peter Wong Deutsch Hall Ken Yoshikawa JUNIORS Philip Bailey John Bayless William Bican Ed Christensen James Connell Glenn Funk Glenn Garabedian Bill Goldsmith Thomas Harps Ted Kamins Phillip Koerper Robert Ku Steve Lenten Carl Mancill Peter Marx Richard Mau John Millsap Neal Morgan Roger Morgan Joseph Morris James Naify Robert Saunders David Silverstein Michael Stewart Mike Thomas Jim Thrash Fritz Tietze Tim Tobin Neil Tuholski Mark Welden John West Warden Wong SOPHOMORES Frank Barley Mark Berger SOPHOMORES Dale Borg!um Ronald Caruso David Dowling Bill Fairweather Dale Freeman Cass Friedberg Bob Haas Allan Hernandez Bob Howey Ronald Jewett Gary Kane Marvin Kaplan Richard Karas David Licata John Lovett Eric Mische Robert Okamura Ed Olsen Dennis Outwater Gerald Ribordy Robert Ritchey Jerry Rubinstein Dean St. Clair Gary Solberg Joseph Soriais Richard Stockton William True James Vaupel FRESHMEN John Andrews Michael Cohen Dave Fishback Jerome Franklin Alan Harris Kent Olsen Steve Solter Gary Steiger Robert Tanenbaum Chris Thompson Ron Weiss Arthur Yamasaki Elizabeth Barrett 2438 Warring Street SENIORS Kathleen Cahn Cathy Conway Lynne Di Giorgio Mary Duffy Gloria Ferro Louann Heinecke Lois Larson Gay O ' Malley Linda Schmidt JUNIORS Beverly Crandell Carol Graham Victoria Gillmeister Mary Ann Linxwiler Mary Jeanne Moyer Mary Root Susan Webb SOPHOMORES Annette Cadesi Maggie Hargreaves Marie Mizelle Gail Newell Loretta Reed Pauline Vignolo FRESHMEN Janet Chapman Genie Iverson Judy Lundgren Bonnie Macgregor Joaquin Hall 2430 Piedmont Avenue SENIORS Sharon Coleman Sally Esrey Robin Koepke JUNIORS Sydney Boyce Pat Hart Barbara McCulley Lenda Pucci Karen Ring Linda Zussman SOPHOMORES Linda Arnold Barbara Burnett Terry Doell Phyllis Gress Margaret Horne Barbara Lavridsen Patty-Lynn Thorndike FRESHMEN Sharon Baggett Sara BogIe Lorraine Busch Trisha Cosgrove Mary Dellinger Margaret Duncan Robin Dunn Sharol Hendricks Linda Reeue Francine Territo Epworth Hall 2521 Channing Way Epworth has really been swinging this year; for many great parties we have had here. Plenty of fun, but lots of work too. Our rather good grade point showed what we knew. We played Intramurals to regain the plaque that we had for four semesters. Once a semester we have a great fling. A formal and informal each fall and spring. Rally Com, Treble Clef activities plus, A group that is active on campus, that ' s us. Then House Decs we entered, enthused to compete, and hoping to repeat our previous " first. " Here we are, 80 girls at ol ' Epworth Hall; for lack of rhyme, right here we will quit. SENIORS Linda Dixon Caroline Dubuy Sandra Fields Eva Lamm Janet Newman Ardeen Russell JUNIORS Marilyn Collins Eloise Farley Pat Hull Mary Anne Kennedy Anita Niederhoff Donna Payne Gayne Plair Ann Rank Nancy Riggs Sally Smith SOPHOMORES Joan Anderson Jo Allyn Archambault Joanne Barkeley Yvonne Dunk Leslie Gottlieb Ann Gunderson Gayle Harrison Louisa Lawton Susan Lockett Carol McCarville Louise McFarlane Lou Anne Meyer Karen Newell Christy Schumacher Marian Sweatt Paggy Tabor Judy Williams Barbara Yamaoto FRESHMEN Marva Bledsoe Susan Carhron Dorothy Hannibal Brita Johnson Diane Johnson Susie Lesker Fay Miura Karen Moiseff Donna Myers Aiko Ota Barbara Schmitt Sue Shearer Linda Wells Irene Wherritt Freeborn Hall 2650 Durant Avenue SENIORS Joan Chesley Patricia Dorough Lynne Dratler Bette Durham Sylvia Galli Elaine Ito Lucille Jennings Barbara Johnson Sharon Johnson Elaine Kenton Christina Kita Agnes Kwok Barbara Miller Anna Oldano Scott Michiko Sukekane Celia Tom Cynthia Tse Agnes Valdez JUNIORS Vera Au Camille Chamberlain Lois Grosser Nancy Hall Jane Hallock Gail Henderson Andrea Kaciff Margaret Mcpherson Jeannette Merritt Louise Miller Veronica Polich Ellaine Quaschnich Freeborn Hall JUNIORS Meredith Reddall Ann Rutherford Judi Sakimoto Barbara Scherr Sharon Schiebelhut Anita Spring Jacquelyn Thiessen Ella Tom Julie Tracy Fay Winger SOPHOMORES Vicki Andrews Julie Bertagnolli Jacki Bouchard Deanna Callis Judi Davis Edna Dulon Mary Durham Jan Evans Kathleen Fitch Ann Havens Jane Iwasaki Louise Johnson Carolyn Jones Michelle Kaufman Carolyn Kodakari Gail Lopin Linda Louk Lana Mock Sharon Nelson Sandra Olsen FREEBORN HALL Robertta Orrell Judith Owashi Pat Seeley Patricia Smith Nancy Spencer Lily Tamura Beverly Thayer Karen Theriot Linda Tomasin Bonnie Westberg FRESHMEN Susan Banks Deborah Brown Cheska Callow Joan Cole Gail Emmerich Greta Gardner Carol Henderson Tanis Janes Kathleen Kingston Sandra Kussow Andriette Lommel LaVella Matye Cathy Menifee Diana Miller Karen Nelsen Elizabeth Nickman Ann Ross Karen Silver Linda Tolman Carol Woodworth Mitchell Hall 2939 Dwight Way SENIORS Ruth Berk Patricia Schon JUNIORS Marilyn Hoffman Patricia LaDur Mary Lundy Ann Petersen Glynna See Jean Thatcher Rochelle Tepper SOPHOMORES Sharen Acton Bonnie Bohlender Peri Levin Carol Liles Marilyn Richins Diane Zander Sharen Acton FRESHMEN Diane Davidson Diane Davidson Janet Greene Jeannette Etlodson Nancy Kerr Charlene Peake Kathleen Piccinini Susan Pratt Mary Qwen Pexitto Hall 2939 Dwight Way JUNIORS Rita Benson Ruth Boardman Inara Karlsberga Sharon Lee Carol Mueller Kimi Nakawatase Ann Petersen SOPHOMORES Nanette Ching Irene Hashi Karen Krause Darlene Moberley Susan Walker FRESHMEN Judy Blanchard Cathy Cline Mary Cogar Lois Collen Jessie Cotkin Ann Dennett Gundy Eide Sarah Friedland Sandra Gailey Suzanne Hogrebe Margo Liker Helen Madsen Ellen Rue Hannah Schwartz Linda Van Tonningen Noelle Toombs Jane Vaden Wendy Weber Richards-Oldenberg 2939 Dwight Way JUNIORS JoAnn Anderson Babette Andre Donna Bigheart Isabella Breasted Laura Christopher Helen Evans Alice Forrester Sheila Hui Linda Larssen Sharon Lee Eloise Leonard Robin Rylett Helen Swanson Carol Trager Maeve Udell Ann Wallace SOPHOMORES Eileen Bales Carolyn Cormick Kay Chrisman Roberta Christy Nanji Divison Margaret Gericke Carol Heinemann Carolyn Herrick Suzanne Lommes Dannie Mainwaring June Schildhauer Camille Slinlcard Ellen Sutton Sunny Ustrich Martha Wakefield FRESHMEN Susan Abbott Peggy Ballanca Ann Bethel Suanne Cure Betty Dykesten Barbara Finkel Judy Fox Susan Hanson Claudia Larson Bettykay McClard Bonnie McDonald Joyce Muskat Frankie Meagley Marietta Nelson Ruth Reiner Andrea Ricci Karen Schneider Pat Taylor Vi zma Verners Hard your dishes...No boys in the kitchen. . . " Bad Jazz " . . .cigarettes. . .Half-a-minute till lockout...activity calls? ... NO-doz. ..Fernando ' s Hideaway. Suppressed Desire. . .Dinner. ..humm. . .Cagey Oskey. . .Cal . . .December hayride. . .Fireside Chats. . .Shift check on Thursday. . .Study phone. . .Ritter Hall Girls, HIP-HIP-HOORAY! Ritter Hall 2422 Prospect Street SENIORS Terry Aguilar Jeanne Betterworth Tam Cossi Carolyn Craus Barbara French Jeanette Jen JoAnn Kubasek Pat Nast JUNIORS Miyoko Abey Marjorie Braunewell Sue Neubauer Karen Pastorino Kathy White Linda Yatabe SOPHOMORES Carol Baba Kay Chinn Joanne Di Benedetto Karen Ellard Julie Inuzuka Sharon McCausland Kathy Wilkinson FRESHMEN Doris Allison Susan Ellard Mira Epstein Marilyn Hooper Margaret Kai Sally Shoun Patty Takei Carol Toriumi " The Hall is equal to the sum of its parts. " Putnam Hall 2650 Durant Avenue GRADUATES Don Fraser Dave King SENIORS Gary Ashton Robert Barnett Ben Bledsoe James Caughran Sidney Chernenkoff Donald Crawford David Delwich Howard Ehret Charles Ekhoff Severo Esquivel Richard Haddock Carl Heinz Samuel Louie Richard Lynch Jim Lyons Gene Mattocks George O ' Connor Richard O ' Connor John Orrell Edward Owen Preston Porter Russell Porter Roger Quan David Quong Michael Ray Charles Rulofson Rick Siluey William Uplinger Henry Wolny JUNIORS Fred Barnard Kenneth Berner William Bowen Ken Briggs Robert Burns William Cathcart Putnam Hall John Chapman Robert Chapman Don Chee Dudley Cheu Dan Davidson James Doub Tracy Friedman Censer Roy Ikegami Doug Kim Joe Ku Tenny Lam John Liebenberg Steve Lomnes Sonny Low Edward Martin William Morris John Owens Jim Radford Dexter A. Roberts Gary Roberts Eric C. Roseen Ronald Stefani Richard E. Stephens Jay G. Webb Bill Williams SOPHOMORES Keith Axtell William Baker George Beauchamp Colin Bell Steve Carman Peter Hagberg Selden Hall Alvin Harman David Harfield Tony Haworth Michael Hemovich Norm Hollinger Ronn Kaiser Charles Luck Bruce Maclin Robert McKee Ron Parsons Jason Reed William Soules Byron Tsuruda Reginald Watt Donn Weipert FRESHMEN Ron Bass Bob Bauer Bob Binn Harvey Clewans Glenn Cunningham Jim Disbrow Robert Dupuy Barry Fong William Gibson John Gregory Charles Grimm Bob Klonoff William Levin Michael Manetas John Nicols William Rist Justin Roberts Richard Rouda Michael Sidell Ira Swartz Ronald Townsend Dennis Van Middlesworth A thousand friends and miseries heaped in the head of orrential torrents ran down our stream. Those near enough to gasp. . . gasped. Said horrifying water erroded away half of our hill during the course of winter. Winter didn ' t prevent Laura Zeller from peddling pickles and ice cream down marble halls, thusly spurring Stern to a victory for United Crusade. . .in between seances. The purloinment of one mothy cowhide rug was duly noted, but considering the piano which sat on top, such a coup was duly applauded. As a final expose, we find a ring of gay young capitalists enmassed around a rusted cigarette machine in hopes of trapping a coin thief ... who probably waited inside with two fingers in the slot and a weed in the mouth. Stern Hall Campus SENIORS Joyce Actis Claudia Alvarez Beverley Bates Penny Becker Brenda Blatchley Barbara Brooks Linda Burpee Catharine Dean Evelyn Epstein Beverly Firstenberg Becky Freed Joelle Gaba Gretchen Green Debbie Hirschberg Beth Howard Donna McCormick Lydia Mayer Susan Pokrass Judith Richards Irene Silin Violet Slinsen Catherine Toschi Sue Tully Willeford Barbara Zucker JUNIORS Jeanie Bauer Barbara Bisgeier Lynne Blei Margie Dudley Beverly Ecker Jean Etcheverry Margrit Geoffey Oro Haim Adele Hansen Barbara Hardin Katz Diane Krohn Diane Monahan Marcia Neal Sandra Plate Betsy Rogers Lynne Schrumpf Margaret Simpson Trish Taber Ilene Tanenbaum SOPHOMORES Barbara Brady Sandra Breaum Cathy Briggs Patricia Caouette Diane Chait Linda Christie Vickie Daly Norma Fong Norma Hardin Susan Lazarus Bonnie Levin Jaclyn Miller Nancy Mostin Judy Pokrass Carol Potter Kathleen Raffanti Rona Schumann Stern Hall Lorraine Shapeero Audrey Stohl Sandra Stoneman Susan Swain Nancy Witte Karen Zeller FRESHMEN Hedy Aardema Lenore Abramson Nanette Barron Mei-Ling Bauer Maureen Bocian Joan Chudnoff Carol Cleone Sylvia Duran Mariam Easton Judith Evans Jan Ferns Sue Fick Bonnie Gould Caren Harris Vicki Harrison Yvonne Jones Bonnie Kaplan Sharon Lake Susan Morgan Kitty Pearlstein Carole Ruegg Roberta Shuchat Alma Toroian Kathleen Younnel From the strongest bastion of residence hall morality thunders the lusty, red blooded violent citizens of vigilence, preservers of liberty and preventers of evil, the Smythmen. The victories of the Smythmen were numerous in this year and included the conquest of the twin thrones of Norman the Kind and Robert the Magnificent. After these noble victories the remainder of the time was spent stuffing rooms, debating dying American Institutions (i.e. outhouses) and in general violating rule 25. Smyth Hall 2939 Dwight Way GRADUATE Bob Miailovich SENIORS James Clark Dennis Donaghu Ronald Gallagher Norman Hess Donald Johnson Mel Mirliss Bill Miller James Mullen Roberta Rassa Thomas Shigemoto Brandt Whipple Michael Winter JUNIORS Gary Bunas Lawrence Carlson Jerry Edelstein Ronald Engel Orlando Gallegos Leif Hatlen Allen King Robert Lobecker Steve Okamoto Frederick Page William Rafferty Jim Richards William Sprague Robert Wherritt SOPHOMORES Edmund Bedecarrax Niles Carr Robert Garwer Smyth Hall Gary Gilster Bill Keehn Gene Kimura John Lacy James Lamm Harold McKeen Meldon Levine Bill Morton Sanford Murata James Murdoch Edward Patrick Richard Tully Nick Van Valkenburgh William Wafford Dennis Washburn FRESHMEN William Baxter John Birkner Ronald Black Alexander Brown Elmer Brown Peter Fawaz Carl Jacobs Ken Jones David Kuhlman Barry Mitchell Jerry Nakamura David Parker Jay Rodrigo Richard Trevors Robert Werner James Willis Chris Tellefsen The tireless efforts of a devoted group of Alumni achieved fruition with the dedication in the fall of 1960 of Tellefsen Hall as a home for the University of California Bandsmen. Housing 31 men, it is named in honor of Chris Tellefsen, loyal friend of the Band since 1923 when his donation of the first uniforms marked the beginning of the modern Cal Band. A full social program carefully integrated with the busy schedule of the Cal Marching and Straw Hat Bands and the sharing of interests in these organizations combine to make Tellefsen Hall a unique and rewarding living experience. In its second year of operation Tellefsen Hall has strengthened its place in the University Community as the first successful activity-centered living group. Tellefsen Hall 2421 Prospect Street GRADUATE William Colescort SENIORS Jerry Anderson Michael Blackford Jim Carey William Dickinson Michael Flier Robert Hermann Norman Josephson Richard Kirchner Gary Massey Richard Shive JUNIORS David Mendel Joseph Munoz James Varner SOPHOMORES Lloyd Amborn Tom Bleasdale Robert Cragan Michael Cummings Larry Farnsley Thomas Green Peter Kimball Stephen McKnight Martin Parker FRESHMEN Ray Geiser Jim Roumasset Michael Schott Richard Stafford Barrington Hall 2315 Dwight Way BARRINGTON HALL — Left to Right, Row One: Roger Greensfelder, Stan Charles Fox, Wayne Label, Mike Powers, Hiram Feldman, Dennis Escola, Arnold Henderson, Paul Duncan, Cal Sohn, Leonard Dos Remedios, Bob Blaine Newnham. Row Two: Louie Kwiatek, Dave Iwahashi, Bill Holl, Dave Stone, Jim Purvis, Joe Jurick, David Beadner, Tom Kuykendall, Fred Rodney Sharp, Dave Czarnecky, Byong Ahn, Chuck Mitchell, Rich Lawrence. Row Three: Warren Martin, Earl Pogue, Hal Marz, Ted Morgan, Wayne Luney, Bruce Skov, Kermit Paul, Steve Wood, Chet Shifflett, Larry Steffensen, Richard McGinnis, Don Mitchell, Dave Barnhart, Steve Whitehall, Don Schueler. Row Four: John Burnside, Jeff McCreary, Dan Raish, Tom Sutak, Ron Maxwell, Charles Richmond, Richard Shogren, Richard Telford, Bob Houston, Jim Baumgarten, Bob Phariss, Tom Hogen, Tom Foster. Euclid Hall 1777 Euclid Avenue EUCLID HALL — Left to Right, Row One: Bob Wong, Warren Harada, Clarence Kado, Mike Ekinaka, Kanji Ehira. Row Two: Keith Lee, Abe Takasugi, Ted Sugasawara, Sunnan Kubose, Seiso Kawasaki, Gerald Uyeda, Richard Uno. Row Three: Victor Yamato, Donald Munakata, Masaki Suenaga, Leslie Nitani, Takeshi Kagawa. Ehrman Hall 2650 Haste Street EHRMAN HALL SENIORS — Left to Right, Row One: Douglas Shen, Neal Frederick, Robert Jennings, Laurence Gibson, John Maxwell, Donald Wood, Rodney Yip. Row Two: Eric Ha, Jerry Hatfield, Dave Griffith, Eugene Lee, David Cullen. EHRMAN HALL JUNIORS — Left to Right, Row One: David Cook, John Shaffer, Jack Dan Posin, Ronald Stefani, Dennis Krisman, Chang. Row Two: Kirk Willard, Carl Chatfield, Alex Lykash, Tobey Fowler, Allen Morris, Dan Barney. Row Three: Richard Gearhart, Monte Reed, Richard Lohman, Steve Doman, Bernie Lefson, William Thomas Harper. EHRMAN HALL FRESHMEN — Left to Right: Norm Hong, Rich Skolnick, Ed McKinley, Jarry Birchfield, Richard Hoyt Hall 2519 Ridge Road HOYT HALL — Left to Right, Row One: Christine Rein, Jane Colwell, Loretta Ghens, Sandy Lee. Row Two: Sue Wells, Charlotte Ames, Sue Renna, Judy Ford. President-JoAnn Kubasek First Vice-President-Alice Krimsky Second Vice-President-June McClish Secretary-Joan Schmitz Treasurer-Cam Chamberlain Representatives-at-Large Rosanne Cunningham Kathleen Horan Mary Martha Lundy Michelle Padams Karen Pastorino Service Chairman-Barbara Yamoto General Publicity Chairman-Mary Jo Durnham Special Publicity Chairman-Coren Matson Constitutions Chairman-Judy Williams Women ' s Dormitory Association. Left to Right, Row One: Mary Jo Durham, Judy Williams, Karen Pastorino, Joan Schmitz. Row Two: Jo Ann Kubasek, Alice Krimsky, Rosanne Kathleen Horan, Camille Chamberlain, June McClish, Barbara Yamamoto. Women ' s Dormitory Association FALL Margaret Telonicher Rosanne Cunningham Jill Tierstein Sally Goodart Marianne Graham Shirley Williams Marion Weeks Honora Greenhill Diane Powell Gloria Ferro Joan Schmitz Sandra Pike Lola Danielli Barbara McCulley Vicki Kahn Patricia Schon Patricia Patterson Jane Williams Carolyn Craus Diane Binneweg Diana Ladd Judith L. Richards Bay View Terrace Beaudelaire Club Bennett Manor The Chalet Chateau de Longpre Cheney Hall Colonial Hall Cunningham Hall Davidson Hall Elizabeth Barrett Epworth Hall Freeborn Hall Hoyt Hall Joaquin Hall Lantana Lodge Mitchell Hall Peioxotto Hall Richards-Oldenberg Hall Ritter Hall Sherman Hall Stebbins Hall Stern Hall SPRING Susan Seymour Martha Roehr Jill Tierstein Claudia Robbins Lynnette Rankin Jeanne Azen Ann Graham Catherine Roumasset Diane Powell Linda Cory Eloise Farley Joan Cheley Lola Danielli Linda Pucci Susan Mustain Mary Lundy Karen Krause Judith Harris Carolyn Craus Ann Brady Virginia Elwood Marianita Becker There are many aspects of college life that are sometimes missing in the experiences of the and the independent since part of the value of attending college is meeting fellow students. This is difficult for the commuter who arrives at eight and departs at five. The independent, too, may discover that it takes great effort to meet students and he may find his circle of friends very limited. There is a great amount of apathy toward campus activities among the commuters and independents. The commuters ' lack of concern is probably due to the fact that they don ' t feel as if they are part of the college community. Many of the by their very nature, are not motivated to take part in the activities that the University The basic lack in the college life of the commuter or independent is an organized living group. This year the Commuter-Independent Council was as a branch of the ASUC and has the following purposes. The first is to provide social activities similar to those provided by the living groups, such as dinners, dances, and picnics. Secondly, the Council tries to improve for the commuters and independents; i.e., improved parking, faster bus service, and lockers. The third objective is to generally integrate these students into campus life, to make them aware of the existing opportunities and to make them more concerned with on-campus life. The Commuter-Independent Council does not want to create a close knit social unit as is found among the living groups, but merely wants to social activities which seem to be basic to most college students. Their hope is to furnish an opportunity for the commuters and independents to participate and still allow them to retain their anonymity and independence. Walter Abe Nancy Abramson Alan Adams Karen Ailor Jerry Alcone Thomas Alexander John Allardice Barbara Allen Joyce Allen Louise Almand Susan Anawalt Diana Andrews Douglas Anderson Elwood Anderson Merritt Anderson, Jr. Beverly Angell Barbara Applegate Robert Aprahamian Peggy Archibald Penelope Arnold James Ashford Robert Asmussen Paul Atkinson Lynne Babcock Marilyn Bacci Robert Back Joyce Bailey Thomas Bailey Barbara Baker C. Baker Gary Baker Bruce Balala John Baldwin Ronald Van Barnett Beverly Ballou David Barnett Connie Barreto Barrett Bubar Farrel Baum Lawrence Baunach Barbara Beall Noel Beardsley Clifford Beck Bob Becker Carol Bell Wilma Bennett David Benson Linda Berris Katharine Berry James Bertenshaw Gale Beyer Linda Billings Lois Blood Lawrence Blumberg Margi Bodily Frederick Boes Jane Bolinger Howard Bond Lewis Bonneg Paul Boothe Milton Borney Sally Bould Eugene Bouzek Claude Bowen Maryellen Boyle Carole Bracy Phil Branch Cora Brannon Liz Branstead Gerhard Brasch Richard Braun Robert Braverman Nancy Bray Anne Bremer Ronald Bresolin Rod Briggs Cathy Brill Louis Broline Robert Bronzan Robert Britain Donald Brown Donna Brown Lawrence Brown Linda Brown Myra Brown Jacquelin Brubaker Bruce Borad Robert Brue Barbara Bruff Richard Bruhns Warren Brunetti Ronald Brunken Sal Bruno Jill Bryans Leslie Bryan Douglas Buck Janice Buescher Ronald Burger Malcolm Burleigh William Busch Mark Bwan Claudia Byrum Judy Carbone Carol Card Frances Carlson William Carlson Roger Caron Carma Carr Mah Carson Nana Carter Wendy Castleman Anne Cathey Antoinette Catrow Barbara Ceragioli Francis Chamberlain Alfred Chan Barbara Chandler Howard Chang Raymond Chang Roger Chattuton Arthur Chen John Chengson Daniel Chew Fu-Yi Ching George Ching Julibeth Chipman Maria Ciranna Ray Chism Bruce Christensen Lucy Christiansen Carole Chu George Chumbley Roberta Church Gayle Clark Jennie Clark Barbara Clary Linford Cloyed Ronald Cohen Barbara Cohn Edward Cole James Coleman Richard Colsky Dorothy Coltrin Anita Concilio Grace Conklin Carolynne Cook Johnny Cooke John Copp Bette Cornwell Lydia Costa Laetitia Cotter William Covey Robert Cranston Cecelia Coden Ronald Crouse Mario Cuevas Arleen Cunningham Virginia Curl Karon Dahlman Victor Dahman Arthur Davidson Helen Davis Michael Davis Nancy De Luca Lynn Demarest Roger DeNault Judy Davis Larry DePolo Diana Desery Dan Devoto Susan Diamond Ernest Dierking Marnix Dillenius Deborah Dimmick Gary Dix Martha Dixon Virginia Dixon Wesley Dixon Gloria Dodson Geoffrey Dolbean Nancy Donaldson Betty Doue Graham Douglas Bob Drake Carl Drennan Walter Duckworth Grace Dudley Carol DuMond Mary Duncan Riley Dunlap Richard Edwards Abner Elihu Michael Elliott Earl Ellis Fred Elmore Virginia Elwood Sylvia Galli Terry Galloway John Eberly Pete Edelen Alfred Elliot Reynold Erickson Ann Erman Joan Erwin Cathy Evans Gayle Everly Judy Fagerholm Micki Falkenstein Heidi Gainfiel d Pat Farr Gary Farwell Thomas Fat Ken Feenstra Gary Ferraris Ann Ferris Fred Feusse Denise Figone Douglas Finch Lynda Fine James Fistel Stephen Firestone Jean Fisher Ed Fitzgerald Irene Fleck Chuck Fleckles Nancy Fletcher John Flohr Alena Fong Gerlane Fong Harold Forbes Barry Ford Pat Forster Susie Forgie Marilyn Forman Elaine Fossati George Fosselius Charles Fowler Janet Fox Judy Fox Carolyn Frame Edward Franzen Nancy Freed Carol Freedberg Barbara French John French James Fujioka Theodore Furukawa Ted Garcia Earl Gardner James Gardner Marcia Gardner Katarina Garees Sally Goodart William Gates Janice Gaylord James Gee Linda Gianella Ron Gibson Bessie Gilbert Susan Gilbert Marilyn Ginoux Melanie Goldberg Terry Goldenberg Neil Goldfarb Sarena Golman Len Goodwin Clarene Goon Peter Georjian Stuart Gordan Joy Gordon George Graham Patricia Gram Barbara Grater Virginia Greene Judy Greer Kenneth Gregory Gretchen Garrison Mary Gribble Cynthia Griffith Joseph Grippo John Grunbaum Joan Grunwald John Guisto Nancy Hall Ruth Halliwell Joseph Halpin Philip Halverson Scott Hambly Helen Hamilton Nancy Hammer Judy Hammerman Arlene Hamstead Lynn Hanson Victor Hanson John Harder Brad Hardin James Harrison Linda Hartmann Monica Hashimoto Maxine Hee Raymond Hellen Jack Helsby Joseph Herbert Norma Herbert Jane Hickman Mary Higgs Tatsuya Hikido Melvyn Hisaka Karen Hochfield Wendy Hoffman Roger Hollander Jean Holmes Nancy Horikoshi Henry Horita Barbara Holoff Steve Howell Bill Hubartt Deborah Hughes Joanne Hughes Stephanie Hughes James Hohenshelt Joseph Hulboy Sally Hunter Nancy Hutchison Donald Huth Sharron Hutson Harriet Huugate Catherine Hsu Kriston Hyde Judy Ijams Susuma Ikuta Robert Ingebretson Ted Isbelle Donald Ishigo Sue Israel George Iwanaga Gail Jackson Newton Jackson, Jr. Ken Jacoby Allan Jamieson David Jaques Herman Janzen Harley Jensen Anita Jentsch Carol Johnson Gary Johnson Kenneth Johnson Michael Johnson Robert Johnson Stephen Johnson Walter Johnson James Jones Dorothy Jones Margaret Jones Robert Joseph John Kady Patricia Kahle Elin Kanneland Doris Kahn Takako Kijiwara Mike Kalmen Yoji Kaneko Robert Kashef Frances Kazdin Robert Kattenburg Linda Kehde Ray Kela Robert Kelley Willie Kelley Elgin Kennedy Marilyn Kennedy Jean Keppen Richard Kettlewell Morgen Kiker Claudia King John King Doris Kirkpatrick Virginia Kirkpatrick Theodore Kishimori Harris Kitamura Regina Klarman Max Klemm Eliot Klugman Edmond Von Knefel Charles Knutson Lois Koehn Vincent Kong Korts Morris Kosakura Bob Krantzman Alice Krimsky Nan Krutchkoff Donald Kuhiy Howard Hurio A. Kuiz, Jr. Barry Kushner Leonard Kutnik John Kyrimio Walter Loabs, Jr. Carole Labovitz Gary Lai Joan Lam Charles Landram Fred Lan Ieva Lange Richard La Pierre Geraldine Larson Neil Larson Penny Larson Theodore Larusson Jean Lasher Peter LaTorre Peter Lathrop Barbara Lauridsen Alan Lazar Henriette Lazar Ivan Lazdins Alonzo Leany Ronald Leekie Billy Lee Nancy Lee Yvonne Lee George Leite Gerald Le Lesch Lewis Leonard Shirlene Leong Elsie Levin Elinor Levinson Audrey Lew Larry Lewis Carol Lewon John Liu Howard Lincoln Marcia Lineback Robert Litton Vincent Llaguno Larry Lloyd Susan Locke Veronica Lomas Helen Lyon Louise Lyon Geraldine Lyon Robert McCarthy Judy McCollum Judy McCoy William McCraith Susan McDaid Paul McDowell Robert McDougall Daphne McEwan Richard McEvoy Chas. McFerrin Robert McGinnis Terry McGuire Robert McHale Sheila McKenna Lorraine McLean Robert McLean, Jr. William McNally Mary-Ellen McNeil Cyrill McRae Annette MacDonald Bob McLaren Jean Macri Jim Maeno Cindy Margolin Janice Marot Berry Marot John Marr David Martinez Yemiko Maruyama Diana Marvosh Mary Mashata Roberta Mashuta Eva Mateus Donna Matlock Janet Matsuda John Maxwell Margot Maynard Russell Medevic Lynne Meek Barbara Marat Meredith Rayl Yvonne Merga Mew Mendell Judith Meyers Susan Middleton Frank Mijatovich David Miller Jo Ann Miller Judith Mills Marjorie Milne Lincoln Mintz William Mitchell Edward Miyakawa Anna Mohn Kendra Mon Laurie Monroe Henry Moody Michael Moore Russell Moore Dusty Morgan Rodes Moran Janiu Morgan Kenneth Morrow Mary Morse Marie Moseley David Moss Jean Muraolva Marilyn Murooff Gail Murray Richard Murray Judith Myers Rhoda Nadel Ronald Nagata, Jr. Evi Nakano Dennis Natali Carl Naumann Claude Nelson Martin Nelson Bill Nettle James Newberry Bob Newman Joe Newman John Nicoles Helen Nightengale Alan Nilmeier Sherman Nobleman Bruce Nofrey Pat Nolte Robert Oberg Norverta Ochoa Julia O ' Donnell Rick Oellers Charlotte Onishi Pat O ' Reilly Donald Orlich Carolyn Ortegren Alan Oshima George Osugi Frank Overfelt Ruth Papo Edgar S. Parker Judy Parker Christopher Parr Richard Parrish George Parrott Carol Parson E.Peach Denia Pearson David Pehrson Genevieve Pello Nancy Pendelton Gioconda Perez Constance Peschel Gary Peschel Keith Peterman Daryl Peterson Fred Peterson Eugene Pewitt Garald Pfaff John Phillips Carole Philipson Edward Pia Jane Pigney Stanley Pihl Otto Pisaini John Platt Andrew Pohlman George Pollock Suzanne Poon John Potter William Potter Adrienne Potts William Poulton John Preston John Proffett Penny Provost Sharon Pugh Cindy Quick Raymond Rappaport Norman Ray, Jr. John Reed Loretta Reed Jim Regas Kenneth Reichest Linda Reid Reilly Inara Reinis Margorie Reis Robert Renouf Rene Requiro David Reynolds Dianna Rick Floyd Richards Robert Rider Edith Rietstra William Rigsbee Thomas Rinn Janet Rist Gordon Ritchie Joyce Ritchie Lawrence Titterband William Roach Donna Robinson Malcom Roeber Peter Roman James Ronan Dick Roseberry Dale Rosenberg Dana Ruben Gordon Rubin Margaret Rudd Ann Ruddy Marilyn Rummell Janis Rush Annette Ryan Lynda Ryan Wayne Sailor Walter Saito Shiori Sakamoto Catherine Salisbury Lawrence Sanchez Thomas Sannar Joel Sargent Kenji Sasaki Tony Scarr Roger Schamp Linda Schank James Scheffel Robert Scheidtmann Fred Schernig Alan Scheible Steve Schlegae Stephen F. Schmaider Richard Schmeidler Frederick Scholz Linda Schorr Gary Schultz Ron Schuster Becky Siebert David Seibert Seid Gordon Gordon Seligson Robert Senn Stan Shapiro Ed Shaskan Susan Shaw Phyllis Shenkin Kirk Shepard Carole Sherinian Sandra Shields Stephen Shields Chester Shifflett Susanne Shoa Linda Shrier Barry Silverman Christine Simmons Jeff Simon Ann Simonsen Patricia Sims Gary Sirbu Charles Sismondo Carolin Skarsten Marcia Slowinski Carol Smith David Smith Jimmy Smith William Smith William Snyder Suzanne Soares Warren Solt Allen Sommer Fred Sonnenberg Sandra Southwell Julie Sperr Philip Spieth Wanda Spillner Sharry Splithoff Glenn Standley Nancy Staw Alfred Stehli Fredricka Steppling Jean Stewart Lucille Stewart Judith Stinson Sue Stoddard John Strand Nina Strasburg Raymond Sullivan Malin Swope Chizuko Takemoto Peter Tan Robert Tangland Diane Tate Verna Tate Diana Taylor Gail Taylor Janet Taylor Jeng Tang Loene Terry A. Thelen Frank Thomas Linda Thow Julie Tisdale Gerald Tolman Richard Tone Bruce Townsen Robert Trask David Treiman Gretchen Trenholm Dennis Tsuba Edison Tseug Karl Uebel Lorna Ullman Peter Ulgatt Jean Underwood Mary Upma Marilyn Vagliente Valerie Valentino Robert Van Ness Gail Van Winkle Elizabeth Varty Robert Verhoogen Deanna Viale Richard Vinyard Merna Volle Bob Waaland Wallace Wade Rosita Wadewitz Verla Walker Marianne Walsh Thomas Wang Norma Warren George Watanabe Janell Wattles Gordon Wean George Weathersby Susan Weaver Berthold Weis David Wendelken William Wenger Steve Westfall William Westmore Mary Whetsel Larry White Joan Whitehead Linda Widdersheim Gary Wideman Samuel Welles Pat Williams Paul Williams Susan Williams Joan Wilson Robert Wilson Theodore Wilson Kari Windingstad Julia Windsor Raymond Wille Leonard Wholetz, Jr. Linda Wolcott Richard Wolf Edward Wong Kayris Wong Marshall Wong Ralph Wong Victoria Wong William Wong Robert Woodland William Woodruff, Jr. Nancy Wooldridge John Yamakaki Cherry Yan Lucy Yang Gerald Yeazell Barbara Yee Esther Yokota Jone Young Isami Yoshihara Cathrin Young Marilyn Zanville David Ziegler Howard Zugman Virginia Buckley Robert Dittman Jerome Falk Robert Falkner Ellen Frank Melania Haugen Kathryn Hill Keith Hinrichsen Edward Larson Richard Lynch Stephen Monson Juris Ozols Martin Paul Pam May Brent Miller Carl Miller Gloria Perry Norman Prince Theron Robey Richard Rothwell Richard Schneider Robert Smith Fred Steinke Susan Sotzin William Tasker Noel Van Slyke Kenneth Waite Dorie Vedder Paul Zarcone Religious Groups Rev. Joseph L. Quinn Rev. James F. Fisher A Controversial Design for Newman Club. The Newman Center, to be constructed on the corner of College Avenue and Dwight Way, will be built at an estimated cost of $820,000. Architect Mario Ciampi believes that the conical design has a definite religious significance: the tent in biblical times was closely associated with a tabernacle. This circular design, relates Ciampi, is reflective of the emotional relationship of men to the shrine. The New.... Newman Hall Chapel and Student Center Rev. Joseph M. O ' Looney Newman Club In 1899, the Newman Club was organized to bring the Catholic students of the University of California into closer fellowship. The chapel at 2630 Ridge Road is at the present time undersized for the 4,000 Catholic students attending UC. by Mario J. Caimpi of San Francisco, the new chapel will be located at the corner of College Avenue and Dwight Way. This structure will include an building, information center, classrooms, and meeting hall facilities. The Newman Club sponsors a great variety of activities. Among the social events, there is an annual Yosemite snow trip, and weekly Friday night dances and luncheons. Christian Science Organization Every Tuesday evening at 7:30 the Christian Science Organization at the University holds testimonial meetings. At these meetings, college students tell of physical and problems solved through the application of Christian Science. Readings from the Bible and " Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures " by Mary Baker Eddy precede these testimonies Located at 2601 Durant Avenue, the Christian Science Organization maintains its own building where college students may study the Bible and Christian Science literature in a peaceful atmosphere. Foundation Hillel Located at 2736 Bancroft Way, the B ' nai B ' rith Hillel Foundation functions as the Jewish Community on campus. Membership is open to all students. Their program includes religious services, lectures, concerts, sportnights, Sunday suppers and other social events which enable students to express themselves within the framework of the Jewish tradition. HILLEL FOUNDATION — Left to Right, Row One: Michele Hyman, Louise Kaderlah, Schuller, Susie Langdon. Row Two: Rabbi Joseph H. Gumbiner, Fred Sonnenberg, Isaias Mandell, Joseph Halpin, Sidney Kass. Absent: Francie Smith. Of great significance on the Berkeley campus is the international exchange of students — one of the most practical and effective ways of achieving international understanding. The University of California has the largest number of foreign students of any school in the United States — over 2000 students representing ninety different More than 50 per cent of these are from the nations of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. there is a record number of foreign students in the United States, reflecting the growing for education throughout the world. One of the centers of foreign student life is House on Piedmont Avenue. Built in 1930, this was a gift of the Rockefeller Foundation and presently houses 533 students. About half of these students are from foreign lands. In addition, there are about 400 non-resident members who participate in the " I " House activities, an example of which is the " Sunday supper " at which of special interest are presented. Here at " I " House students from all over the world for social and cultural activi ties. House is a link between the foreign student and the University and is also a means by which students can become familiar with and appreciate other cultures. Foreign students come from all over the world to our campus for education and return to their lands carrying with them this knowledge and the they have formed of the American In her starry shade of dim and solitary loveliness, I learn the language of another world. Byron Foreign Students Dan Thompson Winnipeg, Canada David de Gouveia Madera, Portugal Yves deLangre Casablanca, Morocco Eleazar Ofodile Makurdi, Nigeria Astor Chang Kingston, Jamaica Rene Motte Lima, Peru Ousmane Diop R. Guinea Salomon Vexler Piura, Peru Igor Mousasticoshvily Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Aldo Araya San Juan R, Argentina Eric Wallance Great Britain Dirk van der Linden Utrecht, Nederland Jean Cermakian Seine, France J.B. Wets Rhoe, Belgium Lothar Sandermann Dortmund, W. Germany Phi-Ka Tjia Paris, France Marko Vreca Hercegivina, Yugoslavia Kaya Tuncer Darica, Turkey Aris Aghazarian Abdul Solh Sidon, Lebanon Abdulmassih Jaddam Chadra, Lebanon Shmaryahu Troupin Tel-Aviv, Israel kalai, David Ganie-Yehuda, Israel NISEI STUDENTS ' CLUB — Left to Right, Row One: Ann Hiramatsu, Bob Shimasaki, Margaret Kai. Row Two: Judy Owashi, Warren Harada, Terry Tanaka, Mike Ekimaka, Dick Sasaki. Row Three: Shig Nishio, Steve Okomoto. The Nisei Students ' Club, under the affiliated sponsorship of the ASUC, was established to help the Nisei student to become comfortably associated with the University. All Nisei student members of the ASUC who are second and third generation Japanese Americans are eligible for membership. Established at the University of California in April 1946, the UC Arab Students ' Association is a non profit, cultural, and educational student association. The Association endeavors to further understanding and friendships between American and and Arab students. Yahya Eskandari Tabriz, Iran Iraj Mansoori Tehran, Iran Abduliah Mohammed Telefer, Iraq Hassan Khayambashi Isfahan, Iran Abdul-Ilah Husain Baghdad, Iraq Muna El-Khudairy Baghdad, Iraq Mohsen Pazirandeh Hamadan, Iran Esa Alsabah Hidd-Bahrin, Is. Rao Sananda Mysore, India UC ARAB STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION — Left to Right: Abdul Massih Jaddam, Zein El-Abdin Sebim, Husseiny, Abdul-Ilah Kafil Husain, Moayad Hamid Kahiwka, Abdel-Meguid M. El Shaeib. Helen Chan-Allaye Kowloon, Hong Kong Kin Ho Kowloon, Hong Kong Martin Lee Hong Kong Yiu-Lam Ng Hong Kong Albert Tsai Hong Kong Kin Young Hong Kong Peliculus Chow Hong Kong Mitzi Wong Kowloon, Hong Kong Suet-Yee Leungt Hong Kong Ng Hoi Hong Kong Thomas Wong Kowloon, Hong Kong Stella Ng Hong Kong Eugene Ho Taiwan, China Levi Lee Hong Kong John Kuo Kowloon, Hong Kong Fu-Ting Kiang Taiwan Bencharit Paiboon Bangkok, Thailand De Ngo VietNam Dionisio Garzon Caloocan Rizal, Philippines Kamalee Sukosol Bangkok, Thailand Phu, Minh Saigon, VietNam Dennis Kwan Sandakan, North Borneo Eddy Khouw Indonesia Vicky Aumann Melbourne, Australia The Chinese Students ' Club of the University of California was formed in 1918. In 1920 a clubhouse was purchased which was to serve as a boarding house as well as an center for its members. Since its beginning in 1925, the Spring Ball has become a notable tradition. The club is under the of students at U.C. and membership is open to all. The purpose of the club is to create bonds of friendship among those at home, those next door, and those abroad. CHINESE STUDENTS ' CLUB — Left to Right, Row One: Cynthia Leong, Merrily Fong, Clarene Goon, Susie Fong, Joan Chin. Row Two: Frank Chan, Vincent Wu, Geoffrey Cheung, Gordon Wong, Jack Goon, Allen Chen, Barry Torres. In Ha Seoul, Korea Rose Chey Seoul, Korea Kim Young-il Seoul, Korea Masahiro Murata Japan Tetsuo Kimoto Hyogo, Japan Tatsuro Kawanabe Tokyo, Japan Norma Kyoko Tokyo, Japan Miura Hiroyoshi Tokyo, Japan Kinya Tsuruta Tokyo, Japan Takeaki Matsubara Japan Index ASUC ACTIVITIES Activities Personnel Counseling 165 Activities Planning Committee 160 Africa Desk 170 Art 176 Associated Women Students 172 Auxiliary Enterprise 163 Big Game Committee 14 Cal Camp Board 17 Cal Council 174 Californians 67 Cal Prep 8 Card Stunts 206 Class Officers Board 65 College Model UN 170 Constitution 163 Daily Cal Consultative Board 160 Debate 101 East Asia Desk 170 Education Policy Committee 160 Elections 164 Executive Committee 162 Financial Committee 162 Foreign Orientation and Host 166 Forum 160 Functional Services Board 163 High School Model UN 167 Independent-Commuters 175 Ind-US Desk 170 International Fair 168 International Fair Committee 166 International Relations Board 166 Judicial Committee 161 Latin America 167 Literature 176 Megaphone Society 206 Men ' s Executive Board 171 Men ' s Intramurals 286 Men ' s Judicial Committee 161 Men ' s Rally Committee 209 Movies 176 Operation Understanding 170 Organization Chart 154 Oski Dolls 66 Permanent Personnel 159 Polls 163 Pom Pon Girls 207 President 156 Public Affairs 177 Publications Board 180 Rally and Games Committee 206 Recreation 177 Representatives-at-Large 158 Secretariat 163 Special Projects 174 Social 177 Special Events 177 Student Community Relations 174 Student Publicity and Public Relations 181 Student Services Board 174 Travel Council 167 Union Advisory Board 160 Union Birthday Party 155 Union Programs Board 176 University Council 175 Ushering Council 175 Vice-Presidents 157 Women ' s Day Vice-Presidents 157 Women ' s Judicial Committee 161 Women ' s Rally Committee 208 Women ' s Athletic Association 291 World University 166 Yell Leaders 207 ATHLETICS Athletics Administration 201 Baseball 260 Basketball 230 Boxing 283 Crew 254 Cross-Country 274 Football 214 Golf 282 Gymnastics 280 Men ' s Skiing 284 Outstanding Competitors 204 Riflery 281 Rugby 272 Soccer 268 Swimming 276 Tennis 278 Track 244 Water Polo 270 Women ' s Skiing 292 Wrestling 285 CLASSES Freshmen 8 Sophomores 11 Juniors 9 Seniors 30 CLUBS AND SOCIETIES AIChE 116 AIIE 127 Alpha Mu Gamma 111 Alpha Phi Omega 70 Alpha Pi Mu 127 Angel Flight 74 Arnold Air Society 74 ASCE 123 ASME 121 Big " C " Society 203 Chi Epsilon 123 Chinese Students Club 491 Christian Science Club 486 Engineer ' s Joint Council 127 Epsilon Phi Omega 470 Eta Kappa Nu 124 Forestry Club 147 Gavel and Quill 65 Golden Guard 76 Hillel 486 Home Economics Club 141 Honor Students Society 55 Lambda Alpha Epsilon 143 Mask and Dagger 110 Masonic Club 76 Mortar Board 60 Newman Club 485 Nisei Students Club 489 Omicron Nu 141 Order of the Golden Bear 72 Panile 62 Phi Beta Kappa 54 Pi Tau Sigma 121 Prytanean 59 SAACS 116 Ski Club 293 Skull and Keys 63 Stiles Hall 171 Tau Beta Pi 128 Thalian Society 106 Theta Sigma Phi 111 Torch and Shield 61 Tower and Flame 55 UC Arab Students Association 489 Weightlifting Club 293 Winged Helmet 71 Women ' s ' ' C " Society 290 YWCA 172 DORMITORIES AND RESIDENCES Barrington Hall 460 Bay View Terrace 423 Beaudelaire 424 Bowles Hall 426 Cheney Hall 430 Cloyne Court 425 Cunningham Hall 432 Davidson Hall 434 Deutsch Hall 437 Ehrman Hall 462 Elizabeth Barrett Hall 440 Epworth Hall 442 Euclid Hall 461 Freeborn Hall 444 Hoyt Hall 464 Joaquin Hall 441 Mitchell Hall 447 Pexitto Hall 448 Putnam Hall 451 Richards-Oldenberg 449 Index Ritter Hall 450 Smyth Hall 457 Stern Hall 454 Tellefsen Hall 459 Women ' s Dormitory Association 465 FOREIGN STUDENTS 487 FRATERNITIES Acacia 343 Alpha Chi Rho 344 Alpha Chi Sigma 345 Alpha Delta Phi 346 Alpha Epsilon Pi 348 Alpha Gamma Amega 347 Alpha Kappa Lambda 350 Alpha Sigma Phi 351 Alpha Tau Omega 352 Beta Theta Pi 354 Chi Phi 353 Chi Psi 356 Del Rey 357 Delta Chi 358 Delta Epsilon Phi 360 Delta Kappa Epsilon 359 Delta Sigma Phi 362 Delta Tau Delta 364 Delta Upsilon 366 Inter-Fraternity Council 420 Inter-Fraternity Scholastic Honorary 421 Kappa Alpha 368 Kappa Delta Rho 370 Kappa Nu 372 Kappa Sigma 363 Lambda Chi Alpha 374 Phi Gamma Delta 377 Phi Delta Theta 378 Phi Kappa Psi 387 Phi Kappa Tau 382 Phi Sigma Kappa 384 Pi Alpha Phi 388 Pi Kappa Alpha 389 Pi Kappa Phi 390 Pi Lambda Phi 391 Psi Upsilon 394 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 396 Sigma Alpha Mu 398 Sigma Chi 400 Sigma Nu 404 Sigma Phi 392 Sigma Phi Delta 393 Sigma Phi Epsilon 406 Sigma Pi 403 Tau Kappa Epsilon 409 Theta Chi 412 Theta Delta Chi 414 Theta Zi 418 Zeta Beta Tau 416 Zeta Psi 419 INDEPENDENTS 467 MUSIC AND DRAMA ASUC Radio-TV Theater 196 California Marching Band 210 Collegians 197 Glee Club 199 Straw Hat Band 212 Treble Clef 198 University Chorus 103 University Symphony Orchestra 102 University Theater 104 PUBLICATIONS Blue Gold 182 California Engineer 194 Daily Californian 186 Occident 195 Pelican 192 Publications Office 179 ROYALTY Big Game Queen 225 Delta Sigma Phi Dreamgirl 361 Far West Classic Basketball Queen 337 Football Festival Hostess Queen 218 Golden Guard Queen 75 Greek Week Queen 342 Kappa Alpha Rose Queen 369 Lambda Chi Alpha Daffodil Queen 375 Maid of Cotton 178 Miss Beauty 68 Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Girl 385 Santa Claus 64 Sigma Phi Epsilon Golden Heart Queen 407 Soph Doll 10 Sweatheart of Sigma Chi 401 Tau Kappa Epsilon Carnation Queen 410 Ugly Man 69 SONGS All Hail Blue and Gold 43 Axe Yell 14 Big " C " 9 Fight for California 3 Stanford Jonah 14 SORORITIES Alpha Chi Omega 296 Alpha Delta Chi 303 Alpha Delta Pi 298 Alpha Epsilon Phi 300 Alpha Gamma Delta 304 Alpha Omicron Pi 306 Alpha Phi 308 Alpha Xi Delta 310 Chi Omega 312 Delta Delta Delta 314 Delta Gamma 316 Delta Phi Epsilon 318 Delta Sigma Theta 338 Delta Zeta 320 Gamma Phi Beta 322 Kappa Alpha Theta 324 Kappa Delta 326 Kappa Kappa Gamma 328 Panhellenic Council 340 Phi Mu 330 Phi Sigma Sigma 339 Pi Beta Phi 332 Sigma Kappa 334 Sigma Omicron Pi 338 Zeta Tau Alpha 336 TRADITIONS All-U Weekend 58 Axe Review 15 Big Game 224 Campanile 26 Charter Day 22 Dedication to Oski 3 Fidelio 12 Football Statue 16 Graduation 39 House Decorations 13 Ludwig ' s Fountain 28 Pedro Legend 29 President ' s Reception 5 Registration 4 University Meetings 18 UNIVERSITY DIVISION Alumni Association 56 Cal Club 57 Campuses 46 Chancellor Strong 44 College of Agriculture 139 College of Chemistry 115 College of Engineering 119 College of Environmental Design 135 College of Letters and Science 77 Deans 50 Governor Brown 43 President Kerr 41 Regents 48 Retiring Professors 52 ROTC 73 School of Business Administration 149 School of Criminology 143 School of Forestry 147 School of Optometry 113 School of Public Health 143 Vice-Chancellors 49 Personal Name Index A Aardema, Hedy 456 Aaronson,Bonnie 78, 183 Aaronson, Stuart 427 Abbey, Kathy 309 Abbey, Lynn 312, 342, 397 Abbott, Susan 449 Abe, Norma 432 Abe, Walter 121, 129, 467 Aberle, Gretchen 311 Abey, Miyoko 450 Abrahamson, Karen 321 Abram, Pete 348 Abramson, Joan 177, 301 Abramson, Nancy 78, 467 Abramson, Lenore 456 Abramson, Richard 278, 428 Abreu, Dennis 229 Accampo, Paul 413 Achenberg, Gail 319 Achtenberg, Jack 462 Acker, Tony 385 Ackerman, Carol 306 Ackerman, Jean 297 Actis, Joyce 454 Acton, Sharon 447 Adam, Suzanne 176 Adams, Abby 78, 328, 340 Adams, Alan 467 Adams, Barbara 333 Adams, Betty Jane 331 Adams, Bill 180, 181,425 Adams, Claire 198 Adams, Elliott 383 Adams, Homer 121 Adams, Jim 123 Adams, Linda 304 Adams, Raymond 179 Adams, Roger 257 Adelshem, Dave 372 Adler, Kenneth 398 Adler, Phillip 398 Adubifa, Akin 190, 268 Aghazarian, Aris 123, 129 Agnone, Linda 331 Aguilar, Terry 78, 450 Ahlburg, Dottie 32, 57, 58, 78,157, 160, 162, 172, 304 Ahn, Byong 460 Ahnstedt, Marcy 327 Ailor, Karen 467 Aitken, Judy 78, 320 Akers, Lawrence 197 Alamano, Tom 267 Albert, David 396 Albertini, Barbara 111 Alcalde, Herm 368 Alcone, Jerry M. 55, 128, 129, 467 Alcorn, John W 73 Alexander, Judith 335 Alexander, Judy 325 Alexander, Tom 358 Alexander, Thomas J 150, 467 Allardice, John 147, 148, 467 Allbin, Bruce 366 Allegrini, Kay 78, 308 Allen, Barbara 78, 467 Allen, Daniel 343 Allen, Joyce 98, 467 Allen, Mary 197, 337 Allen, Stephen 78, 416 Allen, Susan 329 Allenstein, Linda 193, 319 Allison, Dennis 357 Allison, Doris 450 Alltucker, David 78 Allurz, Albert 129, 344 Almand, Louise 78, 467 Alpert, Bill 391 Alpert, Sue 319 Alsabah, Esa 78, 489 Alsandor, Eugene 116 Alsobrook, Jane 183 Alshuler, John 395 Althaus, Lynn 78, 304 Althaus, Sean 420 Alton, Dick 262, 263 Alvarado-Ramirez, George 160 Alvarez, Claudia 454 Alves, Pat 424 Alving, John 370 Amborn, Lloyd 461 Ambrose, Ken 377 Ames, Charlotte 197, 464 Amick, Janet 322 Ammirati, Mary 55, 78, 430 Amos, Arthur 377 Amsinger, Ray 116 Anawalt, Susan 467 Anda, Norman 352 Anderson, Carole 59, 78, 172, 298 Anderson, Carolee 78, 312 Anderson, Dana 106 Anderson, David J. 67, 150, 418, 420 Anderson, David R 351 Anderson, Douglas 268, 467 Anderson, Edna 330 Anderson, Elwood 121,128,129, 467 Anderson, Gary 293 Anderson, Geoffrey 387 Alderson, Gordon 121 Anderson, Jerry 76, 129, 211, 461 Anderson, Jim 216, 219, 272 Anderson, Joan 208, 442 Anderson JoAnn 449 Anderson, Julie 193, 327 Anderson, Karen 304 Anderson, Merritt 199, 467 Anderson, Patricia 78, 316 Anderson, Paul 55, 116, 437 Anderson, Rae 78, 380 Anderson, Robert 78, 370 Anderson, Ruth 78, 430 Anderson, Sally 206, 321 Anderson, Scott 257 Anderson, Virginia 311 Andrade, Joe 460 Andre, Babette 449 Andres, Gary 409 Andreuccetti, Denice 183, 432 Andrews, Anthony 419 Andrews, Diana 467 Andrews, John C 439 Andrews, John W 78 Andrews, Vicki 445 Angell, Beverly 78 Angell, Ron 365 Anibal, Charles 344 Anixter, Katherine 300 Anizoba, Rose 111 Antipa, Greg 368 Anthenien, Ralph 403 Anrola, Nancy 316 Aparicio, Charles 185, 374 Apau, Roberta 424 Applegate, Barbara 467 Applegate, Pete 276, 354 Applequist, Sue 143, 340 Applequist, Sue 336 Apter, David 81 Aprahamian, Robert 78, 467 Ar, Clinton 180, 194, 409 Araham, Carol 440 Arakawa, Hayao 78 Arakawa, Hunter 286 Aramayo, Deni 268, 427 Araya, Aldo 487 Archambault, Jo Allyn 183, 442 Archer, Carine 304 Archibald, Dave 252 Archibald, Herb 387 Archibald, Peggy 197, 291, 467 Archibald, Rae 203, 425 Arifuku, Sammie 191 Arlon, Barbara 78, 320 Armstrong, Allison 184, 322 Armstrong, Judy 311 Armstrong, Lois 310 Armstrong, Mike 167 Arndt, Armon 276 Arnett, Barry 268 Arnoff, Warren 348 Arnold, Al 293 Arnold, Carol 183, 331 Arnold, Jack 76, 441 Arnold, Penelope 78, 467 Arons, Judy 193, 318 Arrillaga, Bill 392 Arthur, Emma Lou 78, 330 Arthur, Richard 17 Asari, Jane 434 Asaro, Kathleen 314 Ashcraft, Evie 335 Ashcraft, Jim 242, 267 Ashford, James 78, 467 Ashton, Gary 78, 451 Asmussen, Robert 150, 231, 467 Astarabani, Zaid 268 Astin, Michael 133, 426 Astle, Clark 354 Atkinson, George 363, 420 Atkinson, Paul 467 Au, Vera 444 Augunthaler, Peter 167 Aumann, Vicky 55, 78, 490 Aumiller, Susan 321 Ausfahl, Robert 365 Austin, Brian 197 Austin, Carrie 78, 338 Austin, Gregory 129, 284, 412 Austin, John 76, 394 Aven, Allan 348 Averbuck, Dave 231 Averbuck, Ned 72, 203, 231, 241 Avilla, Gregg 389 Avitabile, Claudia 183, 331 Axtell, Keith 452 Aynesworth, James 363 Ayoob, William 367 Azen, Jeanne 430, 465 B Baack, Larry 245 Baarts, John 406 Baba, Carol 450 Babcock, Jeff 78, 404 Babcock, Lynne 467 Bacci, Marilyn 467 Back, Robert 78, 467 Backeberg, Vickie 299 Bacon, Jackie 197 Baechtel, Gordon 245 Baers, Ron 398 Bagaus, Harlan 31, 67, 72, 73, 116, 117, 345 Baggett, Brian 129, 354 Baggett, Sharon 55, 441 Baily, Abe 377 Bailey, Carol 337 Bailey, Joyce 185, 467 Bailey, Neta 78, 330 Bailey, I ' Lee 328 Bailey, Philip 438 Bailey, Seth 78 Bailey, Thomas 143, 145, 467 Baines, Linda 187 Bains, Betty 78, 476 Bains, Linda 301 Baird, Jim 270, 276, 366 Baker, Barbara 78 Baker, C. V 128, 129, 467 Baker, Dan 409 Baker, Gary 467 Baker, Joan 436 Baker, Kathryn 325 Baker, Linda 78, 322, 397 Baker, Roger 283, 363 Baker, William 452 Balala, Bruce 123, 133, 467 Baldassari, Ugo 411 Baldwin, Gardner 123,128 Baldwin, John 139, 467 Bales, Eileen 449 Bales, Sandy 334 Ball, Carol 321 Ball, John 287 Ball, Judy 172, 432 Ballard, Carolyn 140, 172, 320, 340 Ballard, Richard 99, 426 Balliett, Larry 63, 216, 219 BaIlmer, Bruce 238 Ballou, Beverly 164, 467 Ban, Lynda 73 Bandermann, Lothar 55, 78, 488 Bank, Walter 387 Banks, Dick 229 Banks, Sheryn 336 Banks, Susan 446 Bars, Beverly 431 Barbakon, Alan 398 Barbee, Bill 245, 354 Barbee, Bruce 199 Barber, Betty Ann 303 Barkeley, Joanne 442 Barlas, Shelley 301 Barley, Frank 438 Barnard, Fred 451 Barnard, John 418 Barneich, John 356 Barnes, Chris 147, 258 Barnes, Kathie 331 Barnes, Sue 332 Barnes, Suzanne 314 Barnett, Augusta 78, 324 Barnett, David 78 Barnett, David 404 Barnett, Ed 360 Barnett, Gustie 197 Barnett, Robert 133, 451 Barnett, Ronald 76, 129, 467 Barney, Dan 262, 462 Barney, Milton 143, 145 Barnhart, Dave 460 Barnhisch, Sharon 313 Baron, Roger 196 Barr, Lynda 304 Barraza, Reyes 123 Barre, Klaus 397 Barreda, Bill 268 Barreto, Connie 78, 467 Barrett, Jane 308 Barrett, Steve 365 Barrett, Sue 111 Barron, Nanette 456 Barta, Kathleen 308 Barter, Ken 428 Bartholio, Ray 414 Bartolomel, Leroy 129 Barton, Dianne 65, 78, 326 Barton, Joan 79, 298, 397 Bascom, Ben 147, 148 Baskin, Barry 278 Bass, Edythe 339, 340 Bass, Linda 310 Bass, Ron 453 Batchelor, Fred 147 Bates, Beverly 79, 161, 454 Bates, Jim 229 Bates, Steve 114 Battistini, Janet 167 Bauer, Bob 453 Bauer, Fred 150, 360 Bauer, Janie 454 Bauer, Mei-Ling 456 Baum, Farrel 467 Baum, Robert 399 Bauman, Esther 339 Bauman, Harold 72 Baumann, Nancy 306 Baumgarten, Jim 460 Baumgartner, Mary 79, 328 Baunach, Larry 79, 167, 467 Baxter, Jean 311 Baxter, William 458 Bayless, John 438 Beach, Carolyn 327 Beach, Gordon 147 Beadner, David 460 Beakschi, Pete 79, 205, 390, 420 Beal, Paul 351 Beall, Barbara 79, 172, 467 Beals, Roger 114 Beard, Barbara 8, 51, 65 Beardsley, Noel 467 Beauchamp, George 452 Beck, Carol 197 Beck, Clifford 79, 467 Beck, Dick 114 Beck, Jim 76, 147, 343 Beck, Steve 147, 206, 209 Becker, Albert 72 Becker, Barbara 185, 296 Becker, Boris 73, 150 Becker, Dennis 116 Becker, Gerry 58, 159 Becker, Louise 195 Becker, Marianita 465 Becker, Penny 79, 161, 454 Beckman, Jerry 11, 65 Becknell, Barbara 187 Beckstead, Craig 55, 181, 374 Bedecarrax, Edmund 457 Beekman, D. M. 111 Beeman, Howard 359 Beeman, Rick 385 Behnke, William 55, 382, 421 Behrens, Bud 363 Beilock, Steven 277, 365 Beim, Margaret 79, 324 Beim, Robert 419 Belben, Phyllis 79 Belhumeur, Bonnie 298 Belkin, Don 391 Bell, Colin 452 Bell, Donald 283, 417 Bell, Doug 371 Bell, Eurael 72 Bell, Laura 197 Bell, Louis 72 Bell, Meg 316 Bellanca, Peggy 449 Beller, Carol 79, 467 Bellquist, Eric 51, 72 Belser, Steve 104 Belvail, Christy 9, 14 Belzer, Bob 349 Bencharit, Paiboon 150, 268, 490 Bender, Carole 297 Bender, Juje 59, 66, 79, 173,176, 296 Bender, Sherie 79, 176, 296 Benedict, Kent 427 Benedict, Phil 147 Benedict, Thomas 413 Benoiff, Barry 206 Benjamin, Bennie 431 Benjamin, Denise 301 Benjamin, Jonathan 427 Benioff, Barry 206 Bennett, Bob 351 Bennett, Cynthia 79, 166, 324 Bennett, Fern 338 Bennett, John 412 Bennett, Leslie 305 Bennett, Steve 390 Bennett, Steve 412 Bennett, Wilma 79, 467 Benninghoven, Ann 176, 297 Bense, Beverly 315 Benson, David 129 Benson, David 129, 467 Benson, Frank 418 Benson, Rita 448 Benteen, Carlee 181, 336 Beougher, Sally 299 Berdahl, James 72, 159, 211 Berg, Barbara 79, 467 Berg, Dave 258, 383 Berg, John 345 Berg, Jonathan 359 Berg, Wendy 11 Bergan, Carl 353 Berger, Don 257 Berger, Mark 196, 438 Bergh, Robert 409 Berk, Michelle 318 Berk, Mike 391 Berk, Ruth 116, 447 Berkenkamp, Carolyn 291 Berman, Bernard 127 Berman, Jerry 72 Berner, Kenneth 451 Berridge, Richard 138, 364 Berrie, Linda 467 Berry, Katherine 79, 467 Berry, William 346 Bertenshaw, James 147, 148 Bertenthal, Howard 372 Bertognolli, Julie 445 Bertola, Billie 311 Bertram, Carel 433 Bethel, Anne 197, 449 Bettersworth, Jeanne 79, 172, 450 Bevilacqua, Nicholas...67, 121, 123,129, 205, 468 Beyersdorf, Larry 32, 58, 70, 72,157, 160, 162 Beyer, Mary 140, 468 Bezzerides, Pete 252 Biagi, Del 344 Bianucci, John 133, 357 Bican, William 266, 438 Bickel, Peter 171 Bidart, Betsy 208, 312 Biddell, Bill 76 Bidwell, Clint 360 Bielefeld, Bill 262 Bigelow, Jim 358 Bigheart, Donna 449 Bill, Geoffrey 419 Billings, Linda 79, 468 Bingham, John 293 Binn, Bob 453 Binneweg, Diane. 465 Binsacca, Judy 162, 180, 193 Birchfield, Jerry 463 Bird, Don 153, 363 Birkner, John 458 Bisgeier, Barbara 454 Bisgeier, Steve 391 Bishop, Caroline 79, 322 Bishoprie, Fran 317 Bitans, Ivars 405 Bixby, Patrick 379 Bizony, Nick 377 Black, James 14, 67, 129, 288,382, 420 Black, Robert 160, 231, 242, 396 Black, Ronald 458 Blackford, Michael 79, 461 Blackman, Kathie 62, 65, 66,172, 335 Blaettler, Vickie 310 Blagborne, Isabel 320 Blaisdell, Allen 72 Blaisdell, Christopher 359 Blak, Betty 14 Blake, Bob 242 Blakiston, Janice 73, 197, 306 Blanchard, Amy 324 Blanchard, E. B. 332 Blanchard, Joan 181,310 Blanchard, Judy 448 Blanchfield, Tom 229 Blank, Karen 8, 208, 335 Blatchley, Brenda 79, 454 Blank, Martin 416 Blazzard, Jeannine 310 Bleadale, Tom 461 Bledsoe, Ben 129, 451 Bledsoe, Marua 443 Blei, Lynne 454 Bley, Steve 216, 416 Bliss, George 133 Block, John 417 Blood, Lois 79, 468 Blower, Judy 326 Blue, Bonnie 66, 300 Blum, Mike 391 Blumberg, Lawrence 468 Blumenthal, Sharon 431 Blumenthal, Sheryl 301 Blumer, Ken 391 Blumer, Linda 307 Boardman, Ruth 76, 448 Boberg, Linda 79, 326 Bobrow, Morris 72 Boccius, Gunther 413 Bocian, Maureen 456 Boch, Marion 312 Bock, Lauren 216, 219 Bodily, Margi 79, 468 Bodman, Geoffrey 52 Boelter, John 229 Boer, James 79, 426 Boes, Frederick 79, 468 Bogle, Sara 186, 441 Bogue, Nancy 206, 332 Bohannon, Ginger 314 Bohlender, Bonnie 447 Boles, Sandy 8, 161 Bolinger, Jane 79, 468 Bollinger, Henry 196 Bollinger, Steve 229 Bolman, Sylvia 322 Bond, Dave 101 Bond, Howard 133, 468 Bone, Don 382 Bonneau, Richard 116 Bonnell, Katie 308 Bonner, Millicent 140, 303 Bonney, Jim 63,419 Bonney, Lewis 79, 468 Bonney, Merilyn 79, 111 Bodie, Frank 414 Boomer, Penny 79, 166, 298 Booth, Judy 160, 174, 313 Booth, Newell 79, 203, 426 Booth, Robert 72, 79, 190, 374 Booth, Steve 377 Boothe, Paul 468 Borad, Bruce 79, 347 Boradori, Ann 63, 79, 308 Borden, Bill 280 Bordi, Steve 260, 266 Borer, Howard 348, 420 Borglum, Dale 287, 439 Borgstrom, Karl 79, 257, 426 Borin, Barbara 300 Borla, Kahtleen 185, 321 Borney, Milton 468 Bosco, Jim 392 Bosl, Barbara 314 Bosler, Dennis 393 Bosso, Robert 72 Boswell, Barbara 11 Bottari, Tom 55, 79, 336 Bouchard, Jacki 445 Boudett, John 258, 429 Bouhaben, Diane 329, 410 Bould, Sally 79, 468 Bourne, Mike 362 Bourret, Betsy 79 Boutell, W. S. 163 Bouzek, Eugene 129, 468 Bowden, Donald 72 Bowen, Claude 17, 79, 468 Bowen, Dinah 435 Bowen, Ed 71, 99, 419 Bowen, Patrick 419 Bowen, William 451 Bowles, Sandy 59 Bowley, Bill 262, 263, 389 Bowman, Bill 272 Boyce, Sydney 441 Boycheff, Kooman 282, 286 Boyd, Anne 312 Boyd, Bob 359 Boyd, Sharon 335 Boydj, John 76 Boyer, Bruce 270 Boyes, Penelope 80, 198, 434 Boyle, Charles 359 Boyle, Maryellen 181, 468 Boyl, John 150, 354 Boyl, Pat 67, 272 Boynton, Robert 99, 364 Boyrret, Bettsy 332 Braathen, Arne 268 Brachman, Bob 282 Brachman, Michael 349 Brackett, Carolyn 197 Bradbury, Ed 257, 270, 395 Bradford, Linda 328 Bradley, Diana 179 Bradley, Robert 396 Bradly, Jeff 352 Bradshaw, Pat Forester 84,471 Brady, Ann 465 Brady, Barbara 455 Brady, Carole 80, 468 Brady, Mary Ann 80, 430 Brady, Rob 280 Brady, Robert 427 Braff, Jeffrey 114 Brainerd, Hank 409 Bramsen, Paula 197 Branch, Phil 147, 148, 160,182, 468 Brandshaft, Priscilla 300 Brandt, Joan 80, 430 Brandt, Roger 957 Brandt, Steve 257, 389 Brandvein, Ronald 114 Brannon, Cora Lee 80, 468 Brandstead, Liz 80, 468 Brasch, Gerhard 153, 468 Brasher, Wesley 394 Bratakos, Peter 166, 268 Bratten, Marsha 76, 167, 291 Braun, Arlo 360 Braun, Richard 468 Braunewell, Marjorie 450 Braverman, Robert 150, 468 Bray, Nancy 80, 468 Braze, Elizabeth 80, 430 Breasted, Isabella 449 Breaum, Sandra 455 Beckinridge, Thomas 381 Breed, George 418, 420 Bregman, Zaza 111 Bremer, Ann 80, 468 Brennan, Torn 365 Bresolin, Ronald 153, 468 Bressler, Ray 387 Brewer, Ann 326 Brewster, David 429 Briggs, Cathy 455 Briggs, Ken 451 Briggs, Lawrence 379 Briggs, Rod 76, 80, 209, 468 Briggs, Ronald 414 Briggs, Stephanie 305 Bright, Betsy 14, 66, 332 Brill, Barbara 66, 298 Brill, Catherine 60, 80, 198, 468 Briner, Robert 389 Brinton, Barbara 143 Bristol, Amanda 144, 432 Britain, Robert 129, 468 Britton, Kathryn 80, 314, 397 Brizendine, Jack 413 Brock, Larry 460 Broderick, John 427 Brodginski, Adele 315 Brodie, Melvyn 70, 215, 413 Brodovsky, Al 391 Brodrick, Steven 379 Broline, Louis 468 Bromley, Sherry 315 Bronzan, Robert 468 Brookes, Larry 387 Brooks, Barbara 454 Brooks, Terry 396 Brothers, John 133, 400 Brotherton, Gary 258 Broudy, David 398 Brown, Alexander 458 Brown, Barbara 80, 324 Brown, Bill 394 Brown, Bud 80, 366 Brown, David 351 Brown, Deborah 55, 446 Brown, Diane 318 Brown, Don 147, 468 Brown, Donna 59, 80, 172, 468 Brown, Douglas R. 252, 465 Brown, Douglas W. 266, 415 Brown, Edmund 18, 23, 43 Brown, Eleanor 80, 314 Brown, Elmer 458 Brown, Frank 258 Brown, George 67, 396 Brown, James 129, 425 Brown, Jan 183, 335 Brown, JoAnne 318 Brown, Judith 80, 291, 328 Brown, K. P. 346 Brown, Lawrence A. 127, 129, 468 Brown, Lawrence E. 425 Brown, Linda 468 Brown, Mary 291, 327 Brown, Milee 419 Brown, Myra 80, 468 Brown, Robert D 147 Brown, Robert G 366 Brown, Sandra 198 Brown, Walt 258, 414 Brownell, David 346 Brownell, William 52 Browning, Roger 63, 150, 161,354, 420 Brubaker, Jacquelin 468 Bruce, Dickie 262 Brue, Robert 133, 468 Bruff, Barbara 80, 468 Bruflat, Iver 415 Bruhns, Rochard 80, 468 Brummerstedt, Carol 183 Brummond, Richard 463 Brunetti, Warren 80, 206, 468 Brunken, Ronald 129, 468 Bruno, Sal 468 Bruno, Thomas 367 Brush, Joe 129, 358, 420 Bruvry, Colette 167 Bryan, Leslie 80, 468 Bryans, Jill 80, 468 Bryant, Dick 143 Bryant, Madeline 181, 335 Bryant, Richard 145, 437 Bryce, Al 229 Bryer, Judy 167 Bryson, Dottie 185, 321 Bubar, Barrett 121, 127, 129, 467 Buck, Byron 198, 199 Buck, Douglas 80, 468 Buck, Walter 261, 381 Buckholtz, Barbara 320 Buckley, Kurt 76 Buckley, Virginia 80, 468 Buderer, Mel 344 Budman, Kenneth 372 Buell, Carolyn 80, 330, 340 Buescher, Janice 80, 468 Buketti, Claire 320 Bulgin, Tom 283 Bull, Susan 167 Bullard, James 381 Bunas, Gary 457 Bunnell, Walter 400 Burbeg, Bill 903 Burchell, Charles 390 Burdschy, Jim 419 Burger, Ronald 129, 468 Burgess, Bill 353 Birkart, William 383 Burke, Gloria 55, 432 Burke, Sharon 336 Burke, Torn 216, 219, 272 Burkholder, Warren 343 Burleigh, Malcolm 116, 469 Burne, Carolyn 304 Burnell, Peter 127, 129 Burnett, Barbara 441 Burnett, Doug 203, 262, 263 Burnett, Molly 80, 332 Burnett, Toby 285, 380 Burnham, Clark 205, 206 Burnham, Peggy 299 Burnick, Merle 435 Burpee, Linda 80, 454 Burns, Robert 451 Burns, Ruth 430 Burnside, John 460 Burr, Robert 80, 368 Burrell, Fred 353 Burress, Jim 32, 57, 63, 72, 203, 216, 219, 272 Burris, Lloydine 197 Burrows, Bill 355 Burten, Roger 398 Burton, Steve 372 Burton, Sueellen 336 Burtschell, Linda 335 Busch, Lorraine 183, 441 Busch, H. William 80, 469 Bush, Harrie 432 Bush, Nanci 303 Bush, Robert 413 Butler, Elizabeth 336 Butler, Joel 396 Butler, Kathy 80, 316 Butler, Pamela 305 Butner, David 358 Buxbaum, Richard 160 Buxton, Mary Ann 314 Bwan, Mark 148, 469 Byer, Shelley 304 Byrne, Sue 80, 306 Byrnes, Dennis 347 Byrum, Claudia 183, 469 Bywater, Ginny 326 C Cadosi, Annette 440 Cahill, Maru 80, 430 Cahn, Kathleen, 80, 440 Cairns, Richard 356 Calder, Scott 63, 71, 76, 150, 419, 420 Calderhead, Paula 335 Caldwell, Bill 242, 252 Caldwell, Ken 67, 364 Calegari, Steve 381 Calhoon, Mary Jo 310 Calhoun, Bill 80, 418 Call, Jack 123 Callaghan, Martha 145, 314 Callis, Deanna 445 Callow, Cheska 55, 446 Camisa, Elaine 436 Camp, Christi 307 Camp, Wini 327 Campbell, Carolyn 317 Campbell, Dale 296 Campbell, Jean 334 Campbell, Lawrence 368 Campbell, Pete 153, 360 Campbell, Sally 55, 433 Campbell, Susan 306 Campbell, Tom 63, 394 Campion, Buffy 63 Campion, Elizabeth 81, 328 Campion, Mary 329 Campos, Vic 347 Canavan, Don 381 Cannon, Kirby 133, 374 Canon, Michael 124, 128 Cantin, Norma 160 Cantov, Suzanne 140,432 Cantrell, Zell 351 Caoutte, Patricia 455 Capestro, Andy 209, 427 Capune, Garrett 411 Carbone, Judy 143, 145, 469 Card, Carol 469 Cardoza, Joseph 81,419 Cardozo, Juline 59, 60, 73, 80, 298 Carey, Jim 76, 150, 461 Carino, Lita 424 Carlsen, Dick 203 Carlson, Arleen 81, 312 Carlson, Chris 395 Carlson, Frances 469 Carlson, Hank 63 Carlson, J. A. 121 Carlson, Lawrence 457 Carlson, Marlene 185, 327 Carlson, Nancy 81, 208, 316 Carlson, Penny 81, 306 Carlson, Susan 144, 326 Carlson, William 116, 469 Carleton, Pete 293 Carmon, Steve 452 Carmel, Jeff 70 Carmichael, Margaret 324 Carmick, Carolyn 449 Carneggie, David 357 Carner, Bert 205, 206 Caron, Roger 288, 469 Carp, Sylvia 80, 434 Carpenter, Chris 57, 238, 354 Carpenter, Mary 177, 296 Carpenter, Nancy 11, 424 Carr, Ann 80, 434 Carr, Carma 80, 469 Carr, Lorence 458 Carraro, Loretta 298 Carroll, Jon 186, 187 Carroll, Paul 352 Carruth, Linda 73, 177, 306 Carruth, Lowell 287 Carruth, Peter 81,352 Carstens, William 363 Carter, Bill 242, 252 Carter, Linda 166 Carter, Nana 81, 469 Carter, Peter 363 Carter, Tom 396 Caruso, Ronald 439 Carvajal, Rudy 216, 219, 272 Carver, Judith 81, 310 Cary, Lynn 329, 387 Carzo, Rocco 215 Casaday, Kenneth 411 Casagrande, Jane 315 Case, Charleen 166 Caselli, Sandy 81, 308 Cashman, Paul 428 Cason, James. 72, 160 Caspe, Dennis 398 Cassano, Ronald 153, 350 Cassie 362 Castellanos, Peter 99, 377 Castle, Don 252 Castleman, Noel 9, 57, 65, 374 Castleman, Wendy 469 Caswell, Cecile 320 Cate, Patricia 81 Cathcart, William 451 Cathey, Ann 81, 469 Cathron, Susan 443 Cavallero, Carolyn 312 Catrow, Antionette 55, 81, 185, 469 Caudle, Loyd 147 Caughran, James 81, 451 Cavanaugh, Jody 317 Cave, Jan 32, 57, 58, 59, 81, 172, 296 Ceazan, Gary 81,416 Cebull, Nancy 304 Cecil, Charles 73 Ceragioli, Barbara 81, 469 Cermakian, Jean 81, 488 Cerruti, Rich 30, 32, 65, 72, 81, 418 Certik, Alan 81, 390 Chadbourne, Chris 413 Chadeayne, Dennisk 390 Chaffee, Dick 147, 404 Chait, Diane 455 Chamberlain, Camille 444, 465 Chamberlain, Devorah 167, 170, 193 Chamberlain, Francis 469 Chamberlain, James 411 Champlin, Douglas 76, 378, 420 Chan, Alan 55, 121, 128 Chan, Alfred 469 Chan, Daniel 55 Chan, Diane 197 Chan, Frank 491 Chan, Jeff 388 Chan-Allsye, Helen 144 Chandler, Barbara 81, 198, 469 Chandler, Geoffrey 171 Chandler, Stephen 72, 81, 366 Chaney, Ralph 72 Chang, Astor 81, 487 Chang, Bruce 182 Chang, Howard 469 Chang, Julia 170 Chang, Mike 258 Chang, Raymond 129, 469 Chang, Urson 462 Chaniotis, Byron 166 Chapin, Sidney 420 Chaplin, Te rry 339 Chapman, Janet 440 Chapman, John 452 Chapman, Patty 167, 333 Chapman, Robert 123, 452 Chapman, Stan 288 Chapman, Steve 385 Chapnick, Carol 62, 300 Charlesworth, Dan 266 Charters, Douglas 114 Chase, Mike 216, 272, 367 Chase, Ted 195 Chatfield, Carl 462 Chatfield, Ed 469 Chatterton, Rodger 469 Chee, Don 452 Chen, Allen 285, 491 Chen, Arthur 129, 469 Chen, Tien-Pei 268 Cheney, Curt 380 Cheney, Merrick 350 Cheney, Michael 392 Cheng, Paul 150, 287, 437 Chengson, John 117, 469 Chenowith, Ted 159 Chermin, Milton 72 Chernenkoff, Sidney 67, 81, 451 C herney, Seymour 116 Chernik, Peter 376 Cherniss, Roger 417 Chesley, Joan 81, 444, 465 Cheu, Dudley 452 Cheu, Shirley 81, 430 Cheung, Geoffrey 491 Chew, Daniel 133, 469 Chey, Rose 150, 591 Chiarolla, Vic 267 Childs, Courtney 380 Childress, Tom 363 Chilton, Elizabeth 51, 172 Chin, Crodd 280 Chin, Joan 491 Ching, Claudia 431 Ching, Fu-Yi 81, 469 Ching, George 129, 469 Ching, Nanette 448 Chinn, Kay 450 Chipman, Julibath 81, 469 Chism, Ray 81, 469 Choa, Frank 114 Chogyoji, Richard 121 Chong, Milton 129, 425 Choo, Kon 81, 268 Chow, Peliculus 129, 490 Chretien, Roger 356 Chrisman, Kay 449 Christensen, Bruce 121, 129, 469 Christensen, Ed 438 Christensen, Naomi 197 Christiansen, Bob 406 Christiansen, Kit 402 Christiansen, Lucy 140, 141, 469 Christiansen, Mark 257, 455 Christie, Lindia 183, 455 Christopher, Laura 449 Christopulos, Paul 72, 201 Christy, Roberta 449 Chu, Carole 81, 469 Chudacoff, Marsha 206, 302 Chudnoff, Joan 456 Chumbley, George 469 Chun, Wendell 388 Chung, Alphina 431 Church, Roberta 81, 469 Church, Susan 81, 322 Cianciarulo, Louise 322, 340 Ciranna, Maria 81, 11, 469 Clabby, Coleen 311 Clainos, Deme 397 Clancy, Margaret 304 Clapham, Judy 326 Clapper, Ruth 174 Clark, Antonia 329 Clark, David 55 Clark, George 81, 469 Clark, James 81, 176, 457 Clark, Jennie 197, 469 Clark, Joseph 384 Clark, Pamela 185, 206, 325 Clark, Paul 293 Clark, Robert 67, 140, 206, 353 Clark, Susan 431 Clarke, John 229, 355 Clarke, Nort 405 Clary, Barbara 81, 469 Claudius, H 99, 358 Clayton, Bill 395 Cleone, Carol 456 Clerou, Romaine 336 Clevenger, Diane 299 Clewans, Harvey 453 Clifton, Robert 429 Cline, Cathy 448 Cloke, Ken 158, 162 Cloyd, Marshall 133, 359, 420 Cloyed, Linford 147, 148, 469 Clone, Margie 327 Clune, Tim 411 Coates, Marcia 334 Cobb, Gerald 398 Cobb, Patricia 316 Cobden, Richard 351 Cochran, Sally 297 Cockrell, Robert 72 Code, Gary 160, 409 Codoner, Emile 307 Coffee, Patsy 193, 327 Coffman, Leslie 55, 436 Cogar, Mary 448 Coggins, John 419 Cohen, Dennis 399 Cohen, Martine 191 Cohen, Michael 439 Cohen, Ronald 99, 348, 469 Cohen, Zandy 319 Cohn, Barbara 469 Cohn, Dan 351 Cohn, Ruthellen 319 Coker, Charles 55 Colburn, Ron 101 Colby, Judy 191 Cole, Edward 129, 132, 469 Cole, Joan 446 Cole, Naomi 81, 314 Cole, Pete 130, 363 Coleman, James 116, 127, 469 Coleman, Michael 130 Coleman, Sharon 81, 441 Colescott, William 461 Cohen, Lois 448 Colleran, Kathleen 327 Collinge, Barbara 325 Collins, Doug 170 Collins, Marilyn 442 Collins, Richard 343 Collins, Robert 395 Collins, Tim 252 Collom, John 130, 374 Colombano, Jon 147 Colsky, Richard 81, 469 Colton, Lawrence 262, 263, 389 Coltrin, Cathy 323 Coltrin, Cynthia 165, 323 Coltrin, Dorothy 140, 141, 469 Colwell, Bob 147 Colwell, Jane 464 Combs, Paul 199 Commanday, Robert 72, 159, 198 Concilio, Anita 469 Condit, Philip 55, 121, 346 Condliffe, John 72 Conklin, Grace 81, 469 Conley, Gerry 147 Conlin, Cathy 66, 197, 306 Connell, James 438 Connelly, Matthew 419 Conner, Ann 73, 336, 397 Conners, Mike 175 Conning, Keith 945 Conrad, Chris 197, 209 Consani, Roger 387 Conser, Paula 177, 322 Constance, Lincoln 58, 77 Conway, Cathy 140, 440 Conway, Dick 76, 350 Cook, Carolynne 81, 469 Cook, Connie 336 Cook, David 462 Cook, Larry 252, 385 Cook, Marilyn 11, 185, 320 Cook, Mike 171, 406 Cooke, George 165, 370 Cooke, Johnny 145, 420, 469 Cookman, Susan 206 Cookson, Cookie 333 Coolig, Jane 191 Cooper, Betty 434 Cooper, Carol 81 Cooper, Hal 374 Cooper, Milton 358 Cooper, Peter 81, 353 Cooper, Sue 323 Cooper, Tom 267, 353 Cooper, William 367 Cooperman, Steve 199 Copeland, Poppy 81, 166, 324, 340 Coplin, Cathy 66 Copp, John 99, 470 Corbelli, Terri 175 Corbett, Bruce 385 Corlette, Nancy 31, 81, 328 Corley, James 72 Cornet, Nancy 172 Cornsweet, Tovey 462 Cornwell, Bette 81, 470 Corrington, John 229 Corse, Grace 111, 191 Cortell, John 147 Corten, Connie 81, 306 Corten, Dick 192, 387 Corten, Janet 307 Cortsen, Eleanor 140, 330 Cory, Linda 465 Cosgriff, John 99 Cosgrove, Trisha 441 Cossi, Tam 82, 450 Cosso, Louis 383 Costa, Lawrence 72, 76, 82, 203, 283, 366 Costa, Lydia 82, 470 Costello, Richard 72, 257 Cothran, Danny 374 Cotkin, Jessie 177, 448 Cotter, Sherwin 348 Cotter, Laetitia 470 Cottrell, Cynthia 82, 336 Cottrell, Michael 377 Coughlen, Tucker 116 Coultas, Terry 82, 322 Coulter, Richard 383 Coupland, Russell 209, 428 Courchesne, Al 252 Courtney, Louis 101 Couvillon, Mollie 82 Covarrubias, Franciscov 425 Coveney, Robin 82, 316 Coveny, Richard 67, 99, 364 Coveny, Terry 268, 381 Coverley, Marjorie 317 Covey, William 116, 470 Covington, Woodrow 72, 76, 203, 404 Cowan, David 391 Cowan, Jeff 67, 150, 354 Cowee, David 376 Cowee, John 149 Cowee, John 149 Cowger, Michael 411 Cowing, Eric 63, 359 Cox, Allen 378 Cox, Stella 197 Cox, Stephen 63, 414, 420 Crabtree, Robert 130, 409 Cragwn, Robert 461 Craig, Susan 141 Craig, Red 58, 116, 437 Craige, Daphne 208, 325, 401 Cramm, Gregg 363 Crandall, Carole 335 Crandall, S 405 Crandell, Beverly 440 Crane, Barbara 319 Crane, Jay 76, 197, 209 Cranston, Robert 145, 470 Craus, Carolyn 82, 450, 465 Crawford, Bill 346 Crawford, Bruce 82, 382 Crawford, Don 358 Crawford, Donald 121, 130, 451 Crawford, John 428 Crawford, Joyce 430 Crawford, Marlene 431 Crawford, Pat 431 Crawford, Robert 363 Crayne, Charles 73 Creighton, Lynn 305 Cresap, Bob 71, 377 Crinklaw, Joyce 297 Crist, Margie 314 Crittenden, Alan 352 Croden, Cecelia 82, 470 Cronk, Rick. 258 Cronk, William 395 Crosher, Frederick 73, 133, 437 Crossman, Carol 185, 321 Crouse, Ronald 148, 470 Crowley, Dennis 387 Cruikshanks, Randal 380 Csenar, Vickie 82, 340 Cuckovich, Dani 185, 327 Cvevas, Mario 150, 470 Cuiley, Bob 203 Cullen, David 462 Cullen, Lou 215, 228, 229 Culleton, Mary 322 Cullom, Jim 229, 272 Cummings, Martha 328 Cummings, Michael 461 Cummings, Sheri 431 Cummings, Tom 245 Cummings, Tondi 104, 106 Cummins, Gary 99, 392 Cummins, Michael 82, 437 Cummins, Sarah 82, 316 Cunningham, Al 293 Cunningham, Arleen 82, 470 Cunningham, Brian 205, 352 Cunningham, Glenn 453 Cunningham, Rosanne 62, 424, 465 Cunningham, Sarah 208, 329 Curcio, Frank 406 Cure, Suanne 449 Curl, Virginia 470 Curran, Ann 206, 329 Curtis, Dick 216 Curtis, Ross 268, 411 Cushing, Charles 72 Cutler, Catherine 82, 198, 330 Cutler, Marian 181, 335 Cutler, Richard 121, 413 Cutler, Spud 354 Cytron, Jeri 301 Czarnecky, Dave 460 D Dahlman, Karon 82, 470 Dahman, Victor 82, 470 Dail, David 73, 350, 421 Dale, Bob 412 Dale, Dennis 116, 127, 130, 437 Dale, Knut 257 Dale, Richard 133, 377 Daley, Richard 255, 405 Dalglish, Phyllis 185, 327 Dalke, Don 356 D ' Alolsio, Ron 418 Dalton, Jan 60, 82, 310 Dalton, Peter 252 Dalton, Sue 208, 339 Daly, Paula 177, 333 Daly, Vickie 455 Dang, Douglas 388 Dangberg, Susan 323 Danielli, Lola 465 Daniels, Marilyn 300, 340 Daniels, Marjorie 183, 432 Danilovich, Duff 428 Danner, Fred 258 D ' Ari, Linda_ 430 Darn, Andi 317 Daro, Phil 171, 408 Darols, Gilbert 114 Darrow, Doris 313 Davesh, Fereshteh 114 Davenport, Ellen 172 Davidsen, Karen 187 Davidson, Arthur 116,470 Davidson, Dan 452 Davidson, Diane 447 Davidson, Garber 82, 396 Davidson, Sara 62, 186, 187, 301 Davies, Burton 72, 238, 241 Davies, Peg 160, 172 Davis, A. R 72 Davis, Carol 334 Davis, Craig 409 Davis, Diane. 337 Davis, Gary 118, 257, 427 Davis, Gerard 419 Davis, Harry 201 Davis, Helen 82, 470 Davis, Joan 299 Davis, Judi 445 Davis, Judy 82, 140 Davis, Karen 302 Davis, Linda 297 Davis, Michael.. 470 Davis, Paul 203 Davis, Richard 357 Davis, Russ 116 Davis, Samuel 353 Davis, Terry 404 Davis, Tom 359 Davis, William 170 Davis, William H 72 Davis, William J 72, 171 Davison, Nanji 449 Davisson, Marcolm 72 Dawers, Tom 391 Daws, Susan 433 Dawson, Darian 367 Day, Llint ...392 Deal, Fred 181, 419 Dean, Catherine 82, 454 Dean, Dickson 99,426 Dean, Gordon 130 Dean, Larry 270 Dean, Mary 82, 316 Deaton, Myrkle 385 Debold, Dale 368 DeBolt, Eugene 425 DeBow, Ken 266 DeCarion, Dave 99, 370 Deetz, Thomas 381 DeForest, Craig 267 Degenkolb, Virginia 330 DeGottardi, Warren 147 DeGouveia, David 150, 487 Dehn, Robert 345 De .Jong, Linda 430 Dejoy, Shirley 82,314 Dekar, Paul 347 deKirby, Diane 326 dela Cruz, Jafilam 124, 357, 421 DeLand, Beth 306 deLangre, Yves .150, 487 Delaney, Paul 163 DeLeon, Linda. 298 Delgado, Richard 288 Dellinger, Mary 441 Delmer, Harry 55, 59, 70, 164 deLorimier, Charles 153, 378 DeLuca, Nancy 82, 470 Delwich, David- 76, 77, 116, 451 Delwiche, Roger 82, 387 DeManicor, Darlene. 66 Demarest, Lynn 333 Demarest, Mary 470 DeMartini, Nancy 82, 206, 207, 298 Deming, Anne. 320 Demler, Rae 316 DeMotte, Barbara. ....... ...... 82, 298 Dempsey, I,aVerne 73, 82, 310 Dempsey, William 9, 378 DeNatale, Nancy 167 DeNault, Roger 470 Denend, Ron 428 Denis, Judy 470 Denison, Dolores 434 Dennes, William 72 Dennett, Ann 448 Dennison, Robert 133, 360 Denny, Paul 395 Dent, Martha 82, 177, 197, 306 Denyes, John 167 DePetra, Pete 354 DePolo, Larry 99, 470 Depper, Estelle 291, 320 Dorenzo, Joanmarie 143 DeRoos, Julia 181, 308 Derrod, Judy 76 Derrough, Jan 68, 73 Desjardin, William 393 Desrosier, Barbara 434 Desser, Richard 160 Dessery, Diana 82, 470 Detling, James 346 Devlin, Catherine 82, 332 Devoto, Dan. 470 Dewalt, Robert 363 Dexter, Diana 317 Diamond, Anthony 130, 419 Diamond, Ronald.. 82, 348 Diamond, Susan 55, 58, 59, 60, 82, 470 DeBari, Chuck 384 DiBenedetto, Joanne 450 Dick, Howard 357 Dickel, Mary 183, 321 Dickerson, John 153, 382 Dickinson, Fred 147 Dickinson, Joe_...30, 33, 72, 211, 461 Dickson, Judy 328 Dickson, Julie 164, 208, 317 cliChristina, Frances 82 Diedrichsen, Hazel-Marie....82, 430 Diego, Jim 252 Diet, Jean 291 Dierking, Ernest 147, 148, 470 Dietschy, Ellen 60, 83, 111, 180, 191 Dietz, Richard. 356 Dietzman, John 116 DiGiorgio, Lynne 82, 397, 440 DiGracia, Bob 268 DiGrazia, James 283 Dillenius, Marnix..I21, 128, 130, 470 Dimmick, Deborah 83, 470 Dineen, M. L 281 Dinkelspeil. Robin 308 Dinkelspeil, 83, 308 Dinkier, Penny 432 Diop, Susmane 487 Disbrow, Jim 453 Dittman, Robert 130, 483 Dix, Gary 121, 470 Dixon, Linda 83, 442 Dixon, Martha 175, 470 Dixon, Peter 428 Dixon, Virginia 470 Dixon, Wesley. 470 Djeu, Eugene 182 Doan, Mike 186, 187, 403 Dobbs, Steve 391 Dobson, Perry 203, 276, 344 Dochterman, Clifford 72 Docter, Kenneth....76, 153, 203, 400 Dodson, Gloria 116, 470 Dodt, Ruth. 197 Doeli, Terry . 441 Doherty, Fran 83, 298 Doherty, Patricia 66, 314 Dolan, Pete 231, 351 Dolbear, Geoffrey.. 116, 470 Dolman, Samuel 216, 367 Doman, Steve. 462 Domezio, Stanley 83, 437 Donaghu, Dennis 83, 116, 457 Donahue, Ed ...33, 63, 71, 203, 245, 389, 420 Donald, Sandra 83 Donaldson, Douglas 83, 394 Donaldson, Nancy..83, 290, 291, 470 Donckels, Jim.. 229 Donlevy, Alice 75, 83, 298 Donnann, Christopher 99 Donner, Steve 99, 364 Donoghue, Peggy 308 Donohue, Joseph 55 Donovan, Michael 83, 215, 412 Dorinson, David 70 Dorn, Gareth 400 Dorough, Patricia 83, 444 Dorroh, Paul. 429 Dorsey, Andy 288 DosRemedios, Leonard 460 Doub, James 452 Doue, Betty 470 Dougery, John 83, 384 Dougherty, Kathleen. 83, 332 Douglas, Graham 133, 470 Douthit, Donna 83, 334 Doue, Betty 338 Dowd, Esther 430 Dowdall, Bill 380 Dowell, Dave 374 Dowling, David 262, 263, 439 Dowling, Jim 257 Downer, Jane 176, 333 Downs, Richard.. 381 Doyle, Karen 336 Doyle, Patricia 181, 313 Drabkin, Bill 258 Draeger, Bill 147 Drake, Robert 150 Draper, Judy 8, 305 Draper, Robert 11, 347 Dratler, Lynne 83, 444 Drennan, Carl 130, 132, 470 Drews, Bonnie 333 Drobney, John 384 Drogin, Carol 318 Drvin, Diane 431 Dryden, Megau 333 Durate, Bob. 350 Dubuy, Caroline 83, 442 Duckering, 121, 425 Duckworth, Walter 147, 148, 470 Ducote, Frank 352 Dudley, Grace 83, 470 Dudley, Margie 454 Duff, Duane 76, 276, 389 Duff, George 229, 346 Duffy, Mary 140, 141, 440 Duffy, Terry 185, 327 Duffy, Thomas 402 Dugall, John 83, 387 Duggan, Mark 403 Duke, David 167 Duion. Edna 445 DuMond, Carol 470 Duncan, Delbert. 52 Duncan, Jerry 385 Duncan, Karon 320 Duncan, Margaret 441 Duncan, Mary Beth 83, 470 Duncan, Paul 284, 293, 460 Dunham, Dick 163 Dunham, Michael 429 Dunham, Robert 76, 123 Dunk, Yvonne 442 Dunlap, David 354 Dunlap, John 258 Dunlap, Riley 470 Dunlap, Tom 72, 127, 133, 257, 346, 420 Dunn, Joan 297 Dunn, Mary 177, 299 Dunn, Robert 406 Dunn, Robin 441 Dunn-Ruiz, Fred duPont, Robert 166, 413 Dupree, John 387 Dupuy, Robert 453 Duran, Sylvia 456 Durand, Dora 140, 430 Durbrow, Margaret 329 Durbrow, Phil 257 Durein, John 357 Durfee, William 138, 360 Durham, Bette 83, 444 Durham, Griff 257 Durham, Mary Jo....44, 55, 208, 465 Durney, Michael 377 DuRoff, Shoran 435 Durwachter, Carol 331 Dutra, Bob 147 Dutton, George 344 Dutton, Pete 415 Dutton, Thomas 51, 72, 345 Dwane, Diana 339, 340 Dwane, Tina. 339 Dyer, Gary 370 Dyer, James 403 Dyesten, Betty 449 Dykstra, Dave 396 Eachus, Margo 314 Ea gen, Georgiana 309 Eager, Ben 76, 150, 374 Eakes, Lon 409 Eastor, Elouie 454 Eastman, Charles .63, 138, 419 Easton, Miriam 456 Eaton, Keith 130, 437 Eber, Martin 372 Eberhart, Howard 122 Eberly, John 83, 471 Echols, Carolyn 334 Ecker, Beverly 454 Eckert, Philip 368 Eclund, Mae 357 Eddy, John 76 Edelen, Pete 471 Edelstein, Jerry 457 Edelstein, Judy 153, 318 Edenholm, Lynnea 83, 296, 340 Edge, Richard 114 Edlund, Betty 312 Edmiston, Ann 59, 63, 83, 208, 324, 340 Edmonds, Duane 402 Edmonds, William 83, 245, 400 Edson, Toby 385 Edwards, Christine 325 Edwards, Larry 282 Edwards, Richard 470 Edwards, Ross 387 Edwards, Ted 351 Effenbeck, Pam 143 Ehira, Kanji 461 Ehret, Loward....33, 67, 72, 83, 206, 209, 451 Ehrhorn, Beverly 303 Ehritt, Vicki 327 Ehrlich, Anne 326 Ehrlich, Paul_ 414 Eichman, Alex 282 Eide, Gudny 448 Einstein, Eva 111 Eintwer, Chuck 150 Eisele, Francie 308 Eisenrod, Bernice 339 Ekhoff, Charles 99, 451 Ekinaka, Mike 461, 489 Elden, James 33, 72, 83, 161, 416, 421 Elgart, Lonnie 430 Eiihli, Abner 130, 470 El-Khudairy, Muna 489 Ellard, Karen 450 Ellard, Susan 450 Elligel, Carl 358 Ellingson, Ed 397 Elliott, Alfred 130, 471 Elliott, Michael 470 Elliott, Terrance 130, 343 Elliott, W 76 Ellis, David 345 Ellis, Earl 123, 130, 470 Ellis, Margy 306 Ellis, Marilee 297 Ellis, Thomas 383 Ellison, Jim 63, 71, 83, 366 Ellman, James 343 Elisworth, William 72, 206, 209 Ellwood, Sharon 83, 326 Elmore, Fred. 470 El-Shaieb, Abdel-Meguid A89 Elshire, Paula 76 Elsner, Paula 312 Elwood, Virginia 465, 470 Elzey, Jane 304 Emerson, Victoria 323 Emery, Linda 140, 141, 312 Emmerich, Gail 446 Emsley, Judith 33, 59, 60, 83, 322, 340 Endriga, Gil 170 Engel, Fred 349 Engel, Ronald 457 Engei hard, Richard 403 Englesby, Judie 314 English, Susan 58, 83, 432 Enomoto, Janice .55, 140, 141, 434 Enrice, David 121, 130, 351 Enright, Rita .299 Ensler, Susan 424 Epman, Ronald 398 Epperson, Larry 83, 347, 420,421 Eppinger, Josh..72, 83, 187, 190, 416 Eppler, Donna 83, 430 Epps, Jon 216, 266, 389 Epstein, Barton 391 Epstein, Dave 258 Epstein, Evelyn 84, 111, 454 Epstein, Mike 229, 267 Epstein, Mira 450 Epstein, Robert 76 Erbes, Jay 284, 381 Erby, John 203, 206, 220 Erhart, Linda. 314 Ericksen, Reynold 117, 118, 471 Erickson, Diane 330 Erickson, Nancy 185, 321 Erickson, Richard 58, 72 Erickson, Wilma 311 Ericson, Mike 402 Eriksen, Dennis 124, 128 Erlich, Kathy 319 Erman, Ann 471 Erman, Jim 117, 426 Ertemer, Vahak 471 Erwin, Joan 84, 471 Escajeda, M. L 76, 153, 403, 420 Eschenburg, Rich 133, 351 Escher, Casey 359 Escobar, Jose 268 Escobosa, Ann 84, 314 Escola, Dennis 460 Esenoff, Ronda 300 Eskandari, Yahya 130, 134, 488 Esquivel, Severo 123, 130, 451 Esrey, Sally 84, 441 Estabrook, Cliff 344 Esterley, Sharon 181 Estrada, Rudy 429 Etcheverrge, Jean 454 Etienne, Claire 206 Ettenbeck, Pam 176 Etterbeck, Wallace 418 Eubank, Allan 76, 344 Eubank, Suzanne 317 Evans, Bill 392 Evans, Cathy 174, 471 Evans, Helen 449 Evans, Jan 445 Evans, Judith 456 Evans, Peter 346 Evarts, Donald 99, 382 Everitt, Al 84, 353 Everly, Gayle 433, 471 Ewing, Richard 428 Exter, Peggy 314 Eymil, Dennis 406 F Fackler, John 116 Fadem, Joel 364 Fagergren, Joanna 305 Fagerholm, Judy 471 Fain, Lynette 29, 150, 304 Fair, Jevennee 84, 330, 340 Fairfield, Heidi 84, 167, 471 Fairweather, Bill 73, 439 Falk, Jerome 84, 101, 483 Falkenburg, Betsy....33, 84, 322, 397 Falkenstein, Micki 84, 471 Falkinham, Joseph 396 Falkner, Robert 84, 483 Fall, Lynda 424 Fallenbaum, Richard 72 Fansler, Martha 208, 431 Farber, Ed 84, 404 Faridany, Ed 257 Farley, Eloise 167, 442, 465 Farley, Sue 317 Farnsley, Larry 461 Farnsworth, Anne 333 Farr, Pat 57, 59, 62, 207, 471 Farrar, Stan 406 Farrell, Mike 278 Farrow, Connie 193, 431 Farwell, Gary 150, 471 Fashinell, Tom 280 Fasold, Deanna 150,330 Fat, Thomas 76, 150, 471 Fattaleh, Alexander 123 Faulkner, Tom 63 Favro, Dave 216, 220, 272 Fawaz, Peter 458 Fay, Patti 208, 324 Fazio, Marilyn 335 Feenstra, Ken 138, 471 Fein, Michael 399 Feirer, Liz 336 Feldman, Hiram 460 Felts, Mady 315 Fenolio, Ron 406 Feralo, Ann 197 Ferguson, Lynn 305 Ferguson, Agnes 141 Ferguson, James _____ ....57, 72, 216, 220, 272 Ferguson, Margaret 208, 306 Ferguson, Wendy 33,57 Ferguson, Sharron 140, 141, 326, 340 Fernandez, Manuel 268 Ferns, Jan 456 Ferraris, Anne 313 Ferraris, Carl 150, 471 Ferrea, Barbara 84, 296 Ferree, Roger 387, 420 Ferrell, Jane 197 Ferrier, W. W 72 Ferris, Ann 84, 471 Ferris, Patricia 305 Ferris, Frank 384 Ferro, Gloria 150, 440, 465 Fetterman, James 396 Feurzeig, Gail 111 Feusse, Fred. 70, 150, 175, 471 Fian, Kathleen 197 Fick, Sue 456 Fidler, Marge 140, 141, 176, 296 Fiedelman, Ricky 417 Fiedman, Jane 180 Fiehn, Janis .206 Field, Kathy 140, 141, 306 Fields, Sandra 99, 177, 442 Figone, Denise 84, 471 Fillmore, Dennis 396 Finch, Douglas 130, 471 Fine, Lynda 471 Finer, Lynn 301 Finesilver, Lynn 150, 300 Finger, Theodore 351 Fingersson, Wayne 121, 400 Fi nken binder, Wendy 333 Finkel, Barbara 449 Finkler, Ted 114 Finley, Gary 408 Finocchio, Concetta 145, 430 Fintel, Jack 153, 471 Fio, Peter 176 Firestone, Stephen 134, 471 Firsht, Deborah 117, 449 Firstenberg, Beverly 84, 454 Fischer, Anne 314 Fischer, Dick 416 Fischer, Mike 186, 187 Fishback, Dave 252, 439 Fisher, Bob 252, 268, 285 Fisher, Claudine 73, 306 Fisher, Jean 84, 471 Fisher, Joel 167 Fitch, Kathleen 445 Fitz, Bob 360 Fitz, David.. ..... .67, 72, 76, 150, 396 Fitz, Dick 362 Fitzgerald, Ed 123, 130, 471 Fitzgerald, Sean 404 Fitxwater Jr., Morgan....84, 161, 426 Flamer, Judy 323 Fleck, Bob 67 Fleck, Denny 11 Fleck, Irene 55, 84, 471 Fleck, Robert 72, 99, 380 Fleckles, Chuck 84, 471 Flegal, Nancy 84, 322 Fleming, Jay 286, 402 Fleming, Jim 160 Fleming, Laurie 334 Fletcher, Ben 354 Fletcher, Beverley 343 Fletcher, Jaye 431 Fletcher, Nancy 84, 184, 471 Fleury, Sue 308 Flick, Bob 30 Flier, Mike 84, 211, 461 Flinn, Gerald 351 Flint, Nancy 84, 322 Flohr, John 127, 130, 471 Flood, Nancy 306 Florence, Ronald 398 Fluhsman, Bruce 391 Flynn, John 368 Fogarty, Tom 385 Foley, Mike 284 Fong, Ailena 471 Fong, Barry 453 Fong, Flora 338 Fong, Gerlene 338, 471 Fong, Herbert 134 Fong, Joyce 114,338 Fong, Merrily 491 Fong, Norma 183, 455 Fong, Randall 388 Fong, Susie . 491 Foote, Gwen 423 Forbes, Harold 258, 471 Ford, Barry 147, 148, 471 Ford, Constance 323 Ford, Judy 464 Foree, Marilynn 185, 331 Forgie, Susan 150, 471 Forman, Marilyn 471, 150 Formosa, Carl 345 Forrar, Bob 374 Forrest, Susan 84, 298 Forrester, Alice 449 Forsberg, Robert 427 Forte, Miki 309 Forward, Richard 138 Foskett, Walter 419 Foss, Alan 116 Fossat, Elaine 55, 599 Fosselius, George 471, 345 Fossum, John 363 Foster, Allen .124 Foster, Beth 303 Foster, George 402 Foster, Mercedes 328 Foster, Mimi 328 Foster, Patti 322 Foster, Richard 350 Fouladi, Jahan 268 Fowks, Doug 63, 71 Fowler, Charles 471 Fowler, Donna 110 Fowler, Ken 147, 462 Fowler, Steve 104 Fox, Charles 460 ' Fox, Craig 175 Fox, David 73, 352 Fox, Janet 471 Fox, Judy 471 Fox, Michael 353 Fox worthy, Anne 299, 397 Fox, Jack 379 Fowkes, Doug 419 Frager, Sue.... ............. 174, 423 Frame, Carolyn 84, 471 Frame, William 374, 420, 421 Franchini, Carol 308 Francis, Betty ............. 335 Francis, Donald 367 Francis, Jim 196 Franges, Kenneth 372 Frank, Bob 362 Frank, Don .. ...... 182 Frank, Ellen 84, 483 Frank, Harry 70 Frank, Ruth 300 Frank, William 360 Franke, Diana 208 Franke, Elizabeth. 431 Franklin, Cathy 197 Franklin, Jerome 439 Franklin, Roger 348 Franks, Marsha 339 Franzen, Edward 123, 130, 471 Fraser, Don 451 Fraser, Marlene 323 Fraser, Mike 352 Frates, Frank 216, 359 Frazier, Ed 343 Frederick, Dan 408 Frederick, Jim 84,426 Frederick, Neal 130, 462 Frederick, Walter . 7 2, 159 Fredericks, Walter....160, 180, 179 Freeburg, Carol 84, 471 Freed, Becky 84, 454 Freed, Dave 372 Freed, Nancy 84,471 Freeman, Dale. 439 Freeman, Dave 258 Freeman, Linsey 99, 391 Freilich, Tallie 302 Fremming, Bruce 258 French, Barbara 84, 450, 471 French, John 134, 143, 471 F retter, William 72 Freuler, Jon 437 Frey, Hal 280 Freyermuth, Kirk 428 Fried, Marsha 55, 432 Friedberg, Cass 439 Frieder, Susan 55, 160, 193, 302 Friedland, Bonnie 435 Friedland, Sarah 448 Friedman, Darrell 372 Friedman, Jane 195 Friedman, Mona 301 Friedman, Tracy 452 Frieman, Marilyn .319 Friis, Robert 73, 403 Friis, Ron 257 Frishman, Judie ..436 Frisou, Sue 322 Frommburger, Jeanne 111 Frost, Annette 408 Frost, Bob 397 Frost, Gayle 299 Frost, Jack 124, 128 Frost, Jodi 306, 307 Frost, Mary Alice 140, 320, 397 Frost, Mary 183, 330 Fry, Don 346 Fry, Jerry 366 Fry, Kathleen 111 Fry, Paul 346 Fujii, Jack 293 Fujii, Lynn 373 Fujimoto, Lillian 181, 431 Fujioka, James......124, 128, 130, 471 Fujita, Claire 111, 435 Fujita, Ted 191 Fuller, Greg 405 Fuller, Varden 72 Fulsaas, Esthes 76 Fung, Janet . 431 Funk, Glenn 438 Furlan, Pierre 350 Furtney, Virginia 160, 162 Furukawa, Theodore 471 Fusco, Kathy 312 G Gaba, Carolyn 335 Gaba, Joelle 84, 198, 454 Gaba, Leigh 392 Globel, Paul 406 Gabrielson, Lyle 73 Gage, John 405 Gagnon, Forrest . 408 Gagnon, Stephanie 206, 313 Galley, Sandra 448 Gaines, Randy 352 Gale, Barton 84, 293 Gale, Karen 164, 330 Gale, Madelyn 432 Galer, Larry 284, 293, 343 Gallagher, Mike 418 Gallagher, Ronald 130, 457 Gallegos, Orlando 457 Galli, Marian 31, 73, 84, 298 Galli, Sylvia 150, 444 Galli, Sylvia Jane 84, 471 Gallien, Rick 415 Gallis, Pat 296, 397 Galloway, Mary 170 Galloway, Terry 117, 471 Gamble, Lee 311 Gamble, Wicker 63, 153, 364 Gandin, Louise 319 Gandin, Sherrie 318 Garabedian, Glenn 370, 438 Garat, Domie 329 Garber, Pete 101 Garcia, Emilio 472 Gardenswartz, Darlene . 318 Gardner, Dave ........ ............ 160 Gardner, Earl 123, 130, 472 Gardner, Greta 446 Gardner, James 472 Gardner, Marcia 472 Gardner, Robert 457 Gareis, Katharina 84, 472 Gareth, Dorn 150 Garey, Sally 111 Garfinkle, Jay 293 Garibaldi, Nadine 329 Garmen, Russell 143 Gamier, Linda 303 Garrett, Dave 127 Garrett, Jim 346 Garrett, Rich 387 Garrettson, Trudy ......... .....84, 324 Garrison, Gretchen 84, 166 Garrone, Grace 174 Gartshore, Catharine 208, 308 Gartshore, Pam 57, 66, 308 Gary, Rich 65, 395 Garwood, Nancy 298 Garzon, Dionisio 84, 490 Gaskill, Dick 177, 362 Gaskill, James 124, 128 Gaskill, Todd 245 Gates, William.... ............ ....123, 472 Gattis, Rick 395 Gaudie, Alan 153, 350 Gautier, Karyn 324 Gaylord, Janice 140, 472 Gearhart, Richard 462 Gee, Geoffrey 67, 76, 150, 414 Gee, James 130, 472 Gee, Joe 388, 420 Gee, Wing 388 Geidt, Warren 72 Geiger, Ed 197 Geiger, Regula 197 Geiogue, Harold 404 Geiser, Ray 461 Gelus, Katherine 60, 84, 312, 340 Geno, Richard 390 Genser, Stanley 452 Gentner, Lynn 59, 167, 334, 340 Genter, Stephanie 73, 310 Gentry, Jim 344 Geoffey, Margit 4 George, David 72 George, Nancy-Ann 432 George, Robert 425 George, Sally 316 Gerasimenko, Peter...123, 127, 130, 384 Gerdes, Ann 84, 316, 340 Gereb, Neil 216, 382 Gericke, Margaret 449 Germain, Ed. ...9, 58, 158, 162, 398 Gettelman, Michael 84, 416 Getxel, Tom 194 Ghens, Loretta 464 Ghormley, Rex 99, 176, 177, 351 Gianella, Linda 175, 472 Giannone, Diane 308 Giannoni, Jeri 312 Giarratana, Pat 320 Giauque, William 52 Gibbons, Gerry 303 Gibbins, Merle 34, 57, 59, 60, 84, 322 Gibbs, Finley 268 Gibeaut, Georgia 140, 141, 334 Giberti, Marianne 310 Gibson, Betty 335 Gibson, Gayle 183, 331 Gibson, Joel 99, 437 Gibson, John 84 Gibson, Laurence 462 Gibson, Ronaldo 148, 472 Gibson, William 453 Giddings, Gary 124, 128 Gidlow, Jim 417 Gidlow, Jim 417 Giffen, Jim 282 Gilberd, Sharon 329 Gilbert, Bessie 84, 472 Gilbert, Jules 387 Gilbert, Susan 431, 472 Giles, Sonja 111 Gillespie, Glen 277 Gillin, Andy 8, 65, 372 Gillman. Terry ............. ...174, 302 Gillmeister, Vickie 141, 440 Gilman, John 258, 372 Gilmore, Bob 729 Gilson, Pat 140, 141, 322 Glister, Gary 457 Gimenez, Jerry 262, 396 Gimian, Jianne 436 Ginoux, Marilyn 472 Ginsberg, A rt 110, 391 Giorgi, Jean 206, 335 Giovanazzi, Joseph 72, 84, 374 Girard, Camilla 76 Giraudo, John 364 Girot, Suzanne 323 Giroux, Hans 268 Giske, Rosalinn 85, 111, 432 Gittleman, Joan 432 Gittings, Linda 196, 330 Giumarra, John 150, 420 Glander, Judith Ann. 85, 66, 322 Glasgow, Thomas 111 Glass, Jeff 377 Glassman, Judith 301 Glasspool, Richard 403 Glau, Thomas 117, 426 Glazer, Richard 288, 372 Gleason, Bennett 413 Glenn, Cece 299 Glesser, Janice .85, 339 Glick, Nancy 85, 300 Glickfeld, Helene 176 Glickman, Barbara. 318 Glicksberg, Nancy 66, 435 Glooschenko, Sandy 164, 307 Goddard, Kay 177, 290, 291, 296 Godet, Diana 430 Godet, Russ 181, 389 Goetzi, Tom 193, 209 Goings, Bob 9, 65 Goings, Dick 147 Gold, Judy 301 Gold, Randy 216, 220, 389 Gold, Stan 398 Goldberg, Barry...... 391 Goldberg, George....8.7. , 85,206, 207, 416 Goldberg, Melanie . 472 Goldberg, Mike 255 Goldberg, Robert 76, 85, 348 Goldberg, William 429 Goldby, Helen 339 Golden, Joe 357 Golden, Joyce 312 Golden, Mike 348 Golden, Rich 280 Goldenberg, Terry 472 Goldfarb, Neil 472 Goldman, Karen 339 Goldman, Ron 229 Goldman, Sarena 85, 472 Goldsmith, Bill 438 Goldsmith, Mary Lou 55 Goldstein, Bruce 391 Goldstein, Don 163 Gomberg, David 164 Gombert, William 345 Gomes, Gigi 85, 296 Gomes, Lowell 376 Gomez, Wayne 145, 360 Gonsalves, Manuel 111 Gonsalves, Ron 403 Goo, Linda 424 Goodby, Gordon 242 Gooch, Herbert 419 Gooch, Topper 181 Good, Jean 300, 301 Good, R. Michael .150 Goodart, Sally 465, 474 Goodbody, Anne 191, 435 Goode, Philip 276, 368 Goodman, Al 416 Goodman, Steve 372 Goodrich, Elizabeth 197 Goodwin, Carolyn 207, 337 Good win, Len 186, 472 Goodwin,-Mike 215, 413 Goodwin, Susan 314 Goon, Clarence 85, 197, 472, 491 Goon, Jack 144, 388, 491 Goorjian, Peter ...85, 472 Gardner, Earl 123 Gordon, Bob 416 Gordon, Carlyle..... ...... 307 Gordon, Gary__ 130, 437 Gordon, Hugh 164, 419 Gordon, Joan 177, 301 Gordon, Joy 474 Gordon, Liz . 101 Gordon, Ross 372 Gordon, Stuart 85, 263, 472 Gorin, Joanne 304 Gorman, Alfred....121, 130, 134, 421 Gorman, Hugh 199, 209 Gorman, Jim 127 Gorman, Patricia 423 Gorshow, Jean 302 Gorton, Pat.......... 166, 167, 197, 303 Gosline, Sally 334, 85 Gosline, John 258 Gottlieb, Leslie 166, 167, 442 Gottlieb, Ray 114 Gottschalk, Sandra 197 Goubold, Nancy 73 Goudy, Lorraine 321 Gould, Bonnie .456 Gould, Marcia 85, 310 Gould, Myra 436 Gould, Stuart 72 Govan, Dick 974, 368 Gozdziewicz, Karen 423 Grab, Virginia 160 Grace, Paul 412 Grady, Anne 307 Graham, Ann 465 Graham, Beverley 303 Graham, Bob 355 Graham, Doug 71, 203, 216, 220, 389 Graham, George 85, 472 Graham, Geri 312, 385 Graham, Kathy 308 Graham, Marianne 465 Graham, Mike 163 Gram, Patricia 85, 472 Granger, Bill 359 Grant, Barbara 340 Grant, Elliot 472 Grant, Jeff 203, 404 Grant, Sue 85, 291 Granucci, Anthony 403 Granville, Bob 99, 370 Grater, Barbara 85, 472 Graves, Karl 147 Graves, Tom 203, 262, 263 Gravlin, E. W 413 Gray, Dave 242 Gray, Kathy 335 Gray, Ken 268 Gray, Margie 323 Gray, Max 364 Gray, Peggie 319 Gray, Rich 8 Gray, Robin 317 Green, Dan 384 Green David 416 Green, Greta 311 Green, Gretchen ............. .....85, 454 Green, Jerry 398 Green, Jim 229 Green, Joanne 197 Green, Jo Anne 307 Green, Judy 196 Green, Larry 160 Green, Lawrence 144, 360 Green, Marcia 329 Green, Michael 130, 406 Green, Mike 242, 385 Green, Molly 335 Green, Pete 58, 73, 150, 161, 203 Green, Richard 153, 378 Green, Rosemary 59, 85, 177 Green, Thomas 461 Greenberg, Anna Lee 431 Greenberg, Paul.... 268, 398 Greenberg, Steve 372 Greendorfer, Susan 85, 290, 291, 430 Greene, Janet 447 Greene, Virginia 85, 472 Greenhill, Honors 465 Greensfelder, Roger 460 Greenstein, Jules 417 Greenwood, Robert 114 Greer, Judy 472 Gregerson, Harold 76, 378 Gregg, Barbara 291, 297 Gregory, Diana 333 Gregory, Fred 382 Gregory, John 258, 453 Gregory, Kenneth 85, 472 Gregory, Maralyn 320 Gregory, Woody 412 Greiner, David 134, 360 Greiner, Sharon 329 Gress, Phyllis 441 Grey, Gery 99, 270, 400 Gribble, Diane 326 Gribble, Mary 85, 472 Gridley, Ron 150 G lesser, John 377 Griffin, Grace 433 Griffin, Jack 63, 71, 85, 419, 420 Griffin, Philip 72 Griffin, Richard 378 Griffin, Sally 181, 297 Griffin, Shane 411 Griffith, Cynthia 472 Griffith, Dave 65, 462 Griffiths, John 72, 171, 377 Griffith, Ned 231, 355 Griffith, Tom 359 Grillo, Clayton 429 Grimes, Sue 166, 167 Grimm, Charles 453 Grimmell, Cliff 147 Grindle, Jacalyn 435 Grinseil, Ray 358 Grippo, Joseph 153, 472 Grissim, John. 158, 160, 162, 346 Griswold, Dick 187 Griswold, Walt 363 Gross, Barry 372 Gross, Thomas 161 Grosser, Lois 444 Grosser, Lynn 62, 176, 307 Grosso, Bernice 85 Groulx, James 229, 352 Grosvenor, Thomas 145, 356 Grove, Daniel 150, 382 Grove, Pat 334 Grover, Susan 423 Groves, Pat 197, 208 Gridley 357 Grosser, Lynn 177 Gruber, Ron 14, 67, 85, 372, 420, 421 Gruen, Irma 339 Gruhler, Karen 313 Grumbich, Carol 11 Grumet, Donna 320 Grunbaum, John 150, 472 Grunwald, Joan 85, 472 Guard, William 99, 400 Gubbins, Christie .297 Gue, Sandra 55, 291, 314 Guensler, Steve 76 Guerin, Mike 365 Guernsey, Jere 85, 409 Gugliotta, Phyllis 297 Guichard, Roger 242 Guidici, Irene 435 Guidici, Luzanne 175 Guillory, William 345 Guisto, John 138, 472 Gulick, Charles Gumprich, Carol 318 Gundersen, Herbert 427 Gunderson, Ann 442 Gundlach, Bertie 313 Gunnarson, Jerry..127, 130, 357, 420 Gorton, Linsley 139 Gunther, Stephen 85, 163, 372 Gurll, Nelson 216 Gustafson, John .347 Gustafson, Stan 257 Guth, Robert 123 Gutman, Arnold 117 Gutman, Liz 292, 293 Guttman, Steve 399 Gwelke, Elton 346 Gwerder, Marrilee 85, 328, 340 H Ha, In Whan 5, 130 Haas, Bob 439 Haas, Caroline 302 Habeeb, Fareeda 85, 432 Haber, Donna 433 Haber, Joe 399 Haber, Les 399 Haber, Stephen 988,372 Haberkamp, Bruce 408 Haberman, Nancy 177, 307 Hachman, Jana 313 Hachman, Timothy 359 Haddock, Richard 121, 130, 451. Hafleigh, David 396 Hagberg, Peter 368, 452 Hageman, Tony 153, 350 Hagemann, James 73 Hager, Gerald 72 Hagerty, Farrell 85, 340 Hagestad, Brooks 332 Haggard, Anne 337 Hagopian, Loretta 208 Hahn, Dale 383 Hahn, Michael 55, 101, 428 Hahn, Nicoiette 329 Haigh, Lynn 325 Haight, Ralph 167 Hail, Marcia 433 Haim, Oro 455 Haimovitch, Harry 391 Haimovitz, Mike 399 Hakanson, Tom 362 Hakman, Jan 67, 378 Hale, Allan 377 Hale, Hilary 59, 176, 328 Hale, Lois 291, 303 Hale, Samuel 419 Haley, Ellen 73, 85, 296 Haley, Peter 352 Haley, T. E 72 Hall, Dave 272 Hall, Doug 216, 241 Hail, Fred 383 Hall, Gary ' 267 Hall, Martha 312 Hall, Nancy 198, 444, 472 Hall, Sally 323 Hall, Selden 452 Hall, Jim 403 Hallberg, Jo Ann 164, 307, 369 Hallford, Richard 116, 117, 426 Halliwell, Ruth 145, 472 Halloch, Jane • 444 Halloran, Michael 134, 177, 351 Halpin, Joseph 472, 486 Halverson, Phil 150, 163, 472 Hamberg, Bobbie 333 Hambly, Ross 181, 419 Humbly, Scott 99 Hamburger, Keren 430 Hamilton, Brutus....51, 72, 244, 274 Hamilton, Helen 85, 191, 472 Hamilton, Marilyn 307 Hamii ton, Tom 85, 394 Hamm, Shelley 337 Hammer, David 406 Hammer, Charles 114 Hammer, Marci 320 Hammer, Nancy 85, 472 Hammerman, Judy .86, 472 Hammond, John 85, 374 Hammond, Richard 351 Hamre, Sissel 186, 187 Hamstad, Arlene 472 Hand, Bill 150, 384, 420 Hand, Laurie 332 Hanley, Pat 85, 314 Hanna, Judd 354 Hannibal, Dorothy 443 Hannon, Steve ........ ......... 121 Hansell, John 425 Hansen, Adele 455 Hansen, Eunice ..... 322 Hansen, Kristine 304 Hansen, Susan 449 Hanson, Lynn 85, 472 Hanson, Marilyn 85, 310 Hanson, Victor 472 Hapke, Walter 272 Harada, Warren 461, 489 Harband, Martin 11, 206, 207, 372 Hard, Martha 86, 290 Harden, Carla 433 Harden, Dale 121, 130, 412 Harder, John 285, 472 Hardin, Barabara 116, 183, 455 Hardin, Brad 130, 472 Hardin, Norma 455 Harding, Richard 245, 288, 383 Hardy, Virginia 86, 472 Hargreaves, John 116, 117, 426 Hargreaves, Maggie 440 Hargrove, John 428 Harkness, James 72 Harlan, Barry 286, 372 Harley, Lynne 86, 472 Harman, Aluin 452 Harman, Bob 377 Harmon, Lee 365 Harp, Carol 432 Harper Jr., John 356 Harper, Lawrence 72 Harper, Thomas 462 Harper, Virginia 335 Harps, Thomas 438 Harrington, Chris 353 Harrington, Jim 365 Harrington, Peggy 297 Harris, Alan 439 Harris, Barbara 331 Harris, Careen 55, 456 Harris, Jim 417 Harris, Judith 465 Harris, Mike 372 Harris, Parres 76 Harris, Robert 123 Harris, Thomas 367 Harrison, Bill 396 Harrison, Gayle 442 Harrison, Howard 206 Harrison, James 138, 473 Harrison, Linda 312 Harrison, Mary 63 Harrison, Vicki 456 Harshbarger, Jim 384 Harshberger, Bob 130, 392 Hart, Jack 72, 215 Hart, James 72 Hart, Pat 441 Hart, Ron 197 Hart, Sally 86, 322 Hartje, Richard 363 Hartley, Carolynn 86, 334 Hartman, Donna 31, 34, 57, 58, 59, 60, 66, 86, 172, 206,208, 328 Hartman, Gail 303 Hartmann, Linda 473 Hartung, Eve 331 Harvey, Barbara 31, 86, 306 Harvey, Dana 304 Harvey, Stephen 99, 426 Harwood, Lorance 114 Haseltine, Florence 196 Hashii, Irene 448 Hashimoto, Monica 111, 473 Hasings, Barbara 324 Haskins, William 462 Hassard, Ann 86, 308 Hassard, Jean 208, 308 Hastings, Barbara 86 Hastings, Rosanne 206, 325 Hasund, Shirley 86, 336, 340 Haswell, Joyce 193, 317 Hatashita, Elazabeth 86 Hatch, Toni 183, 206, 306 Hatcher, Jerry 86, 360 Hatfield, David 452 Hatfield, Jerry 462 Hatlen, Leif 457 Hatte, Louise 206 Hatton, John 745, 274 Haugen, Melania 483 Hauser, Gail 318, 860 Havens, Ann 445 Havens, Glenn 130, 344 Haviland, Perry 396 Hawk Roberta 183, 331 Hawkins, Bruce 195 Hawkins, Gerald 387 Hawkins, Karen 314 Hawks, Doris 9, 326, 340 Hawley, Loren 216, 220 Haworth, Tony 453 Hayes, Janet 86, 324 Hayes, Nanette 325 Hayes, Peggy 86, 328 Hayes, Sharon 312, 320 Hayhurst, Nancy 332 Hayman, Frank 366 Hayter, Bill 366 Hayward, Mike 114 Hearn, Gordon 51 Hearn, Mike 346 Hearst, Elaine 318 Hedden, Kenneth 117, 345 Hedquist, Carol 331 Hee, Maxine 86, 473 Heeger, Gerald 349 Hege, Marty 9, 65, 172, 334 Hegequist, Carol 181 Heidner, James 229, 363 Heiken, Dea 307 Hein, Charlie 63 Heinecke, Louann 86, 174, 440 Heinemann, Art 752, 274 Heinemann, Carol 449 Heinkel, William 409 Heinrichs, Terry 262 Heinz, Carl 73, 145, 451 Heist, Nanci 298 Helfer, Karen 304 Hellen, Raymond 473 Heller, Sherry 318 Helm, Frank 63, 86, 419 Helm, Jeanette 66, 297 Helsby, Jack 150, 473 Hemovich, Michael 453 Hempel, Carol 291, 297 Henderson, Arnold 460 Henderson, Carol 446 Henderson, Cynthia 62, 324, 340 Henderson, Gail 444 Henderson, Julie 110 Henderson, Marjarie 86, 312 Henderson, Mike 242 Hendren, Julie 316 Hendricks, Sharol 441 Hendricks, Susan 317 Hendrix, Lynette 86, 330, 340 Henke, Richard 347 Henley, Clay 352 Henning, Elaine 86, 180, 182, 330 Henning, Marion 197, 337 Henninger, Mike 365 Henry, Ann 431 Henry, Dana 329 Henshaw, Sidney 11, 323 Henshaw, Terry 329 Hensley, Tom 55, 365 Herbert, Joseph 86,473 Herbert, Norma 473 Herbst, George 372 Herget, Tom 353 Heringer, Carol 86, 328 Herkus, Arlene 430 Herman, Brian 63 Hermann, Robert 86, 461 Hernandez, Allan 439 Hernansez, Lanny 11, 183, 206 Herndon, Linda 431 Herney, Sue 66, 73, 75, 181, 311 Herold, Phil 346 Herr, Nancy 434 Herrera, Hank 177, 362 Herrerias, Rene 230 Herrick, Carolyn 449 Herscher, Uri 17 Herst, Doug 391 Hertford, Sara 316 Hess, Norman 130, 457 Hesker, Marilyn 66, 298, 340 Hetherington, Norris 17 Hewitt, Roger 262, 263 Hiatt, Jerry 387 Hiatt, Kay 311 Hibbard, Richard 197 Hickey, Lowell 190, 413 Hickman, H. 86, 473 Hickman, Pat 333 Hicks, John 72 Hiddleson, Don 370 Higgins, Tim 353 Higgs, Mary 86, 473 Hikido, Tatsuya 121, 130, 473 Hildebrand, Joel 72 Hileman, Linda 310, 375 Hilgendorf, Joan 183 Hilger, Carolyn 331 Hill, Dixon 418 Hill, Jacqueline 86, 434 Hill, Kathryn 483 Hillman, Jim 395 Hillman, Terri 433 Himathongkham, Theq 166 Hinrichsen, Keith 99, 483 Hirahara, Clark 293 Hiramatsu, Ann 432, 489 Hirasuna, Alan 121, 130, 343 Hirsch, Claire 208, 339 Hirsch, Joseph 114 Hirsch, Rick 405 Hirschberg, Debbie 86, 454 Hirshon, Barbara 150, 430 Hisaka, Melvyn 130, 473 Hischier, Stephen 414 Hitzl, Donald 130, 412, 421 Hjortsvang, Susanne 86, 320 Ho, Eugene 130, 490 Ho, Kin 490 Hobbie, John 72, 73, 116, 117, 272 Hobday, Tom 408 Hobin, Barbara 316 Hochfeld, Karen 86, 473 Hodges, Joseph 72 Hodgson, Sandy 317 Hodson, Jeannette 447 Hoeber, Paul 216 Hoefer, Carol 327 Hoefer, Sue 59, 316, 340 Hoelsken, Nancy 86 Hoffberg, Carol 436 Hoffland, Linda 436 Hoffman, Dave 372 Hoffman, Don 86, 426 Hoffman, Floyd 417 Hoffman, Marilyn 447 Hoffman, Michael 729, 429 Hoffman, Neil 167 Hoffman, Paul 161 Hoffman, Wendy 473 Hoffner, Kirk 377 Hofmann, Dave 286, 417 Hofman, Margita 86, 430 Hofmann, Paul 58, 216, 416 Hogen, Tom 460 Hogrebe, Suzanne 185, 448 Hohenshelt, James 128, 130, 473 Hohman, Marie 86 Holcombe, Bryce 177 Holcombe, Katy 65, 165, 322 Holcott, Linda 86 Holden, Lee 385 Holinger, Jane 86 Holl, Bill 460 Holland, Michael 382 Holland, Nancy 86, 176, 296, 340 Holland, Penny 308 Holland, Tom 257, 359 Hollander, Barbara 86, 324 Hollander, Roger 77, 86, 158, 162, 406, 473 Hollinger, Norm 453 Hollister, Frank 343 Hollister, James 67, 400 Hollman, Bob 367 Holistein, Werner 268 Holmes, Jean 60, 86, 473 Holmes, Kathi 170 Holmstrom, Bob 460 Holoff, Barbara 193, 473 Holt, Helen 436 Holt, Howard 242, 252 Holtsmark, Eric 268 Holtz, Patricia 435 Holzman, Phil 150, 398 Homan, Marie 432 Homer, Adrianne 331 Hone, Michael 72 Hong, Maxine 86, 430 Hong, Norm 463 Hong, Sedanne 130 Hongola, Lynne 197, 337 Hoodkiss, Audrey 318 Hoogs, Bill 203, 278 Hooper, Marilyn 450 Hoos, Sandy 433 Hoover, Dick 267, 288, 383 Hoppin, Dick 140, 231, 354 Horan, Joan 291 Horan, Kathleen 424, 465 Horgan, John 418 Horikoshi, Nancy 86, 198, 473 Horita, Henry 473 Horn, Janice 185, 305 Horn, Stephen 86, 203, 257, 416 Hornaday, Tom 272 Horne, Margaret 441 Horner, Jeffrey 72,101 Horney, Barry 395 Hornick, Laurence 417 Hornung, Sarah 150, 330 Horowitz, Michael 399 Horton, Pam 309 Horwitz, David 372 Horwitz, Louise 301 Hosmer, William 397 Hotle, Louise 324 Houghton, Catherine 314 Houghton, Kitty 292, 293 Houland, Carl 387 Houston, Bob 460 Howard, Beth 86, 454 Howard, Dolores 424 Howard, Kit 316 Howard, Paula 436 Howard, Robert 358 Howard, Tom 258 Howatt, Bill 418 Howe, Helen 172 Howell, Ann 329 Howell, Frank 114 Howell, Steve 381 Howes, Edward 281, 411 Howey, Bob 439 Howlett, Penny 86, 298 Howorth, Lawrence 393 Hoyer, Joan 330 Hreha, George 252, 347 Hsie, Victoria 338 Hsu, Catherine 86, 473 Hubaritt, Bill 175, 397, 473 Hudson, Bob 355 Hudson, Miles 272 Hudspeth, David 356 Huesman, Ronald 268 Huff, Gayle 304 Huff, Henry 355 Huffman, Frank 395 Huffman, Mike 283 Hughes, Adele 87, 290, 291, 328 Hughes, Deborah 87, 473 Hughes, Gay 66 Hughes, Joanne 87, 473 Hughes, Marilyn 315 Hughes, Stephanie 473 Hui, Sheila 449 Hulbert, Mike 352 Hulboy, Joseph 127, 134, 473 Hull, Ellen 55, 185, 326 Hull, Patricia 166, 442 Hulten, Charles 402 Hultgren, Ralph 125 Humber, John 429 Hummelt, Hank 63, 71 Hummer, Glen 376 Humphrey, Harry 382 Humphrey, Hubert 18, 19 Humphreys, George 287 Humphreys, Penny 335 Hung, Dara 141 Hungate, Harriet 87, 473 Hungerford, Hal 72 Hunt, Carole 303 Hunt, Chip 355 Hunt, Hank 277, 355 Hunt, Jerry 376 Hunt, Pam 164 Hunt, Patricia 322 Hunter, Beth 308 Hunter, Sally 87, 473 Huntley, Richard 356 Huntoon, Noel 326 Hurd, Irving 287 Hurd, Stanley 121 Hurley, Jr., James 99, 389 Hurt, John 63, 71, 153, 394 Hurwitz, Jay 349 Husain, Abdul-Ilan 489 Huskey, Carolyn 432 Husseing, Mamdouh 489 Hutchings, Alison 317 Hutchings, Hutch 408 Hutchinson, Ann 337 Hutchinson, Richard 382 Hutchison, Nancy 473 Huth, Donald 99, 473 Huth, Gaylord 131, 437 Hutson, Sharon 198, 473 Hyde, Charles 72 Hyde, George 153, 356 Hyde, Kristin 473 Hyink, Shirley 308 Hyman, Al 160 Hyman, Michele 176, 339, 486 Hynding, Stephen 384 Iglehart, Dick 355 Ijams, Judy 87, 473 Ikeda, Kenneth 14, 128 Ikegami, Roy 452 Ikuta, Susumu 473 Impelman, Dianne 431 Ingebretsen, Kaaren 340 Ingebretson, Gary 262 Ingebretson, Robert 262, 264, 473 Ingham, Lani 177, 208, 308 Inglis, Michael 31, 67, 72, 99, 380,420 Inlander, Richard 349 Inuzuka, Julia 450 Ipson, Dan 63, 216, 353 Ipson, Steve 245, 353 Irelan, Susan 315 Iriarte, Marcia 111, 186, 310 Irvin, Nell 160 Irvine, Neil 192 Isaacson, Bob 363 Isbelle, Ted 473 Iscoff, Eileen 436 Ishigo, David 131 Ishigo, Donald 473 Ishiguro, George 231 Israel, Sue 87, 473 Ito, Elaine 140, 444 Ivanetich, Richard 345 Iversen, Hu 121 Iverson, Genie 440 Ivey, Richard 344 Iwahashi, Dave 460 Iwanaga, George 131, 473 Iwasaki, Jane 445 Iwasaki, Richard 76, 124, 128, 131, 437 Iwasko, Nadine 326 Izant, Clyde 370 J Jackson, Gail 87, 473 Jackson, Kathy 306 Jackson, Larry 352 Jackson, Mariann 299 Jackson, Newton 87, 473 Jackson, Patricia 143, 145, 161, 334 Jacobs, Allen 151 Jacobs, Carl 458 Jacobs, Ellie 318 Jacobs, Fredric 114 Jacobs, Les 362 Jacobs, Nancy 75, 87, 308 Jacobs, Richard 417 Jacobsen, Kent 63, 71, 420 Jacobson, Pauline 87 Jacobson, Robert 347 Jacobson, Sandra 300 Jacobson, Sandy 400 Jacobson, Shari 300 Jacoby, Ken 473 Jacuzzi, Remo 121 Jaddam, Abdulmassih 131, 488,489 Jaekle, Frances 320 Jaffe, Dennis 391 Jakovich, Arlene 326 Jalonen, Carol 141, 193, 335 James, Richard 245 Jamieson, Allen 87, 473 Janes, Tanis 446 Janin, Barbara 87, 334 Janisch, Catherine 87, 336 Janzen, Herman 131, 473 Jaques, David 87, 473 Jardim, George 123, 363 Jasner, Jane 435 Jasper, James 419 Jaurequi, Mike 114, 203, 264 Jeans, Frank 160, 186, 414 Jebian, Leroy 368 Jelcick, Diane 207, 313 Jelks, Glenn 267, 389 Jeffries, Karen 87, 304 Jelavich, Sue 316 Jen, Jeanette 144, 450 Jenkins, Cecelia 307 Jenkins, Donovan 87, 400 Jenkins, Marsha 87, 316 Jenks, Bob 387 Jenks, Phoebe 314 Jennings, Charles 131, 374 Jennings, Lucille 87, 444 Jennings, Richard 131, 345 Jennings, Susan 87, 172, 174, 334 Jensen, Harley 138, 473 Jensen, Lyle 147 Jensen, Victor 277 Jensen, Meg 34, 59, 87, 161, 172,328, 340 Jentsch, Anita 473 Jessie, Larry 382 Jester, David 73 Jester, Judy 330 Jew, Lawrence 121 Jewett, Ronald 439 Jirsa, Bill 389 Jodi 418 Joehnek, Robert 376 Joehnick, Robert 421 Johnson, Albert 72 Johnson, Barbara 444 Johnson, Barbara M. 87 Johnson, Brita 443 Johnson, Carol 473 Johnson, Connie 179, 180 Johnson, David 363 Johnson, Dennis 366 Johnson, Deni 331 Johnson, Dick 288, 408 Johnson, Donald 151, 209, 457 Johnson, Eric 371 Johnson, Franklyn 429 Johnson, Gary 87, 473 Johnson, Gene 245 Johnson, Hugh 158 Johnson, Jackie 314, 326 Johnson, Janet 315, 431 Johnson, Jay 390 Johnson. Jerry 411 Johnson, Jerry L. 151 Johnson, Jerry S. 153, 364 Johnson, John 193, 347 Johnson, Judy 207, 299 Johnson, Kathleen 87, 328 Johnson, Ken 123, 403 Johnson, Kenneth N. 474 Johnson, Lance 411 Johnson, Linda 151, 434 Johnson, Lois 443 Johnson, Louise 445 Johnson, Marjie 308 Johnson, Michael 87, 4 Johnson, Nicky 128, 131, 437 Johnson, Richard 153, 382 Johnson, Robert B. 405 Johnson, Robert K. 147, 148 Johnson, Roger 429 Johnson, Samuel 415 Johnson, Sandy 313 Johnson, Sharon 87, 444 Johnson, Stephen 87, 474 Johnson, Steve 70, 164, 346 Johnson, Steven R. 257, 368 Johnson, Susan 186, 187 Johnson, Terry 437 Johnson, Walter 87, 474 Johnston, David 175 Johnson, Willard 343 Johnston, Frank 353 Johnston, Maggie 313 Jonas, Eloise 299 Jones, Carolyn 445 Jones, Charles 176, 177, 362 Jones, Chris 320, 387 Jones, Clive 131, 268, 426 Jones, Diane 305 Jones, Dorothy 111,474 Jones, James 76, 151, 474 Jones, Glenn 191 Jones, Karen 184, 297 Jones, Ken 458 Jones, Leslie 314 Jones, Margaret 88, 474 Jones, Paul 351 Jones, Rex 181, 377, 420 Jones, Sally 308 Jones, Tal 346 Jones, Tom 30, 35, 58, 65, 67, 72,151, 414, 420 Jones, Yvonne 456 Jonson, Mical 76 Joos, Tracy 323 Jordan, Rick 278 Joseph, Robert 131,474 Josephson, Norman 461 Jossis, Karen 298 Judge, William 63, 88, 419 Jue, Carolyn 435 Julian, Judy 73, 337 Julien, Charles 252 Jumaili, Fathia 143 Jurden, Nancy 314 Jurgens, Andy 76, 134, 400 Jurgens, Clinton 428 Jurgensen, Ronald 419 Jurick, Joe 460 Justema 325 K Kaber, Helen Marie 291 Kaciff, Andrea 444 Kaderlan, Louise 486 Kading, Marilyn 339 Kado, Clarence 461 Kady, John 88, 474 Kagan, Irene 319 Kagan, Paul 101 Kagawa, Takeshi 461 Kagen, Spencer 277 Kahan, Linda 111,432 Kahle, Patricia 87, 474 Kahn, Doris 87, 161, 474 Kahn, Jay 349 Kahn, Marcia 318 Kahn, Vicki 465 Kai, Margaret 450, 489 Kaiser, Ronn 257, 453 Kajiwara, Takako 87, 474 Kalai, David 151, 488 Kalian, C. 123, 127, 131, 360 Kalmen, Mike 474 Kamena, Marshall 114, 350 Kamins, Ted 124, 128, 438 Kane, Chris 76, 87, 199, 420, 418 Kane, Gary 55, 439 Kane, Sue 293, 315 Kane, Walter 127 Kaneko, Yuji 138, 474 Kankkonen, Bette 62, 310 Kannelaud, Elin 87, 474 Kant, Dick 166 Kang, Charles 52 Kaplan, Bonnie 456 Kaplan, Judy 301 Kaplan, Marvin 439 Karas, Richard 439 Karlsbergs, Inara 448 Karsh, Alan 399 Kashef, Robert 131, 474 Kashing, Gary 364 Kass, Sidney 486 Kaston, Steve 346 Kathen, Dorothy 167 Kattenburg, Robert 474 Katz, Adele 433 Katz, Ilene 455 Katz, Truman 399 Kauffman, Jeff 399 Kauffman, Roger 35, 153, 162, 171, 406, 420 Kaufman, Gene 391 Kaufman, Jeffrey 417 Kaufman, Judith 66, 304 Kaufman, Katherine 436 Kaufman, Michelle 445 Kaufmann, Walter 87, 416 Kaupp, Roberta 323 Kavanagh, Charles 367 Kaven, Annette 313 Kawahara, Barbara 87, 430 Kawamura, Bernice 430 Kawanabe, Tatsuro 5, 153 Kawaoka, Kenji 117, 420, 345 Kawasaki, Seiso 461 Kay, Steve n 416 Kaye, Jim 193, 194 Kaye, Joel 399 Kayfes, Dave 190 Kazdin, Frances 117, 474 Keach, Stacy 164, 110, 394 Kearns, Tim 377 Keck, Gary 345 Keck, Irene 431 Keck, Katherine 326 Keehn, Bill 458 Keeler, Barbara 87, 296 Keeler, William 72 Kehde, Cynthia 197 Kehde, Linda 87, 474 Keilly, Bob 391 Keith, Martha 326 Keith, Paul 183 Kela, Ray 134, 474 Keller, Ed 87, 384 Keller, Jeff 114 Keller, Jim 114 Keller, Karen 327 Keller, Vicki 14, 299 Kelley, George 398 Kelley, Mike 258 Kelley, Robert 87, 474 Kelley, Willie 88, 114,474 Kellner, Norm 88, 416 Kelly, Evelyn 111 Kelly, Joe 52 Kelly, Leslie 321 Kelly, Richard 72 Kelly, Ross 76 Kellogg, Steve 385 Kemp, Tom 287 Kenefick, Mary 198 Kenmuir, David 377 Kennedy, Charles 383 Kenndy, Elgin 88, 474 Kennedy, Grace 174 Kennedy, Ivery 99, 430 Kennedy, President John F. 22 Kennedy, Marie 66, 88, 304 Kennedy, Marilyn 140, 141, 474 Kennedy, Mary Anne 442 Kennedy, Van Duysen 72, 170 Kenney, Gale 318 Kennings, Larry 206, 415 Kennington, Joe 378 Kent, Roger 153, 203, 283, 344 Kent, Tom 346 Kent, Walter 399 Kenton, Elaine 55, 88, 111, 444 Keppel, Marie 326 Keppen, Jean 88, 474 Kerlin, Allen 99, 172, 412 Kern, John 268 Kern, Karen 311 Kerr, Bill 63 Kerr, Clark 22, 41, 72 Kerr, Nancy 447 Kerr, Wendell 51, 380 Kesner, Brian 352 Kesseli, John 52 Kessler, Diane 327 Kessler, Geoffrey 160, 385 Ketchersid, Nancy 311 Ketterman, Vanna 311 Kettlewell, Richard 147, 148, 474 Keyte, David 104, 110 Khaiwka, Moayad 489 Khayambashi, Hassan 140, 489 Khoww, Eddy 490 Kiang, Fu-Ting 88, 490 Kidner, Frank 72 Kiedaisch, Jim 346 Kokka, Helen 434 Kielberg, Sarah 291 Kiernan, Susan 327 Kierulff, Sandy 309 Kiger, Ron 403 Kiker, Morgan 124, 128, 131, 474 Kikuchi, Kazuko 114 Kilpatrik, Al 193, 194 Kim, Doug 180, 192, 452 Kim, Young-il 138, 491 Kimball, Gayle 315 Kimball, Pam 206, 332 Kimball, Peter 461 Kimes, Dave 281 Kimoto, Tetsuo 151, 491 Kimura, Gene 458 Kindic, Judy 312 King, Allen 457 King, Claudia 55, 88, 474 King, Dave 451 King, Diane 322 King, Evelyn 311 King, Jerry 203, 262, 264 King, John 124, 127, 128, 131, 474 King, Linda 88, 111, 312 King, Richard 72 King, Thomas 88, 437 Kingston, Kathleen 446 Kinnear, Sheila 315 Kinney, Gail 431 Kintner, Chuck 364 Kirchner, Rich 131, 211, 461 Kirk, Rodney 171 Kirkpatrick, Doris 55, 88, 474 Kirkpatrick, Susan 140, 141, 474 Kish, Kathleen 431 Kish, Bill 286, 357 Kishimori, Theodore121, 131, 474 Kislitzin, Dick 101 Kita, Christina 88, 444 Kitamura, Harris 131, 474 Kite, Richard 383 Kitchen, Barbie 181, 297 Kivel, Foster 345 Kjarsgaard, Susan 88, 314 Karr, Les 193 Klarman, Reg ina 88, 111, 474 Kleiman, Dick 70, 209 Klein, Patricia 320 Klein, Thomas 384 Klemm, Max 145, 474 Kling, Steve 147 Klonoff, Bob 453 Klugman, Eliot 88, 474 Knacke, Roger 343, 421 Knapp, Debbie 329 Knapp, Jerry 402 Knapp, Judy 325 Knecht, Janey 309 Knight, Larry 88, 384 Knight, Mike 412 Knight, Phil 276 Knight, Robert 14, 67, 72, 134, 374, 421 Kniseley, Pat 311 Knoles, Leslie 161 Knop, Robert 99, 344, 420 Knopow, Susan 436 Knudsen, Chuck 88, 199, 285, 413, 474 Kodakari, Carolyn 445 Kodimer, Chuck 417 Koefoed, Jules 288 Koehn, Lois 88, 474 Koenig, Al 372 Koepke, Robin 88, 441 Koepper, Phillip 438 Kokka, Helen 88 Kolker, Linda 301 Koll, Elmo 72 Komer, John 368 Komiya, Marilyn 424 Konecky, Richard 151, 203, 380 Kong, Vincent 131, 474 Konig, Nan 164, 208, 330 Konigsberg, Marilee 302 Kono, Mich 114 Koon, Tom 293, 382 Korn, Darryl 437 Korts, Kathleen 59, 88, 172, 474 Kosakura, Morris 151, 474 Kosel, Roger 415 Kossen, Barbara 433 Kramer, Bonnie 164, 331 Kramer, Karen 433 Krantzman, Bob 475 Krause, Karen 448, 465 Kravetsky, Lana 297 Kraws, Georgia 333 Krem, Alex 101 Kreplin, Karl 174, 175 Kraus, Pamela 193 Kresser, Robert 419 Kreutzen, Dick 380 Kreuoy, Leslie 433 Krichman, Kenneth 349 Krieger, Bob 133 Krieger, Michael 99, 346 Krimsky, Alice 59, 60, 88, 172, 465, 475 Krinitt, Phillip 88, 426 Krischer, Jon 387 Krisman, Dennis 462 Kritscher, Mike 382 Krober, Carolyn 88, 330 Krohn, Diane 455 Kropf, Merry Jo 331 Krum, Bill 229 Krupocki, Peter 114 Kruse, Tom 71, 134, 377 Krutchkoff, Nan 88, 475 Kruttschnitt, Ted 387 Ku, Joe 452 Ku, Robert 438 Kuhasek, JoAnn 59, 88, 172, 450, 465 Kubota, Gay 281 Kubose, Sunnan 461 Kuechle, Dick 229 Kuenzly, John 371 Kuhlman, David 285, 458 Kuhn, Donald 475 Kuhn, Jonathan 391, 420 Kulberg, Sarah 140, 291, 334 Kull, Nancy 166 Kung, Lilly 88 Kunishi, John 88 Kunkle, James 197 Kuns, Judy 331 Kunselman, Raymond 76 Kuo, John 134, 490 Kurio, Howard 131, 475 Kurtz, Maxine 318 Kurutz, Dennis 352 Kurz, A 88, 475 Kushner, Barry 151, 475 Kussow, Sally 206 Kussow, Sandra 446 Kutch, Melinda 11, 32 7 Kutnik, Leonard 67, 70, 117, 163, 164, 475 Kuykendall, Tom 131 Kuwahara, Avis 433 Kwan, Dennis 123, 131, 490 Kwan-Yue, Mitzi 117, 490 Kwiatek, Louis 88, 460 Kwok, Agnes 144, 444 Kyrimis, John 88, 475 Kysh, Judy 35, 59, 60, 88, 172, 208, 330 L Laabs, Walter 123, 134, 475 Label, Wayne 460 Labenberg, Julia 318 Laboritz, Car ole 88, 475 Lacy, Jack 55, 458 Lacy, Suzanne 88, 176, 296 Ladd, Diana 465 Ladine, Dyanne 333 LaDue, Patricia 447 LaFrenz, Richard 351 Lagerlof, Stephen 365 Lachtman, Mark 391 LaFrenz, Dick 267 Lagomarsino, Lucia 309 Lagomarsino, Thomas 368 LaGuardia, Kay 57 Lai, Gary 88, 475 Laird, Sherie 309 Laird, Steve 267 Lake, Harry 400 Lake, Sharon 456 Laky, Lazlo 72 Laky, Mat 427 Lam, Joan 114, 475 Lam, Tenny 123, 452 Lamb, Anne 328 Lamb, Robert 344 Lamm, Eva 88, 442 Lamm, James 458 Lammerman, Pat 88, 218 Lamperti, Ed 344 Land, Julie 185, 321 Landis, Ellen 88, 318 Landis, Leni 301 Landy, Sheila 318 Landram, Charles 121, 128, 134, 475 Lane, Ed 151, 392 Lane, Fred 475 Lane, Larry 399 Lane, Ronald 357 Lane, Toscha 17 Langlois, Nancy 313 Langdon, Susie 486 Lange, Ieva 89, 475 Langford, Bonnie 331 Langsam, Marv 67 Lansing, James 143 Lantow, Brenne 111 Lapid, Sharon 300 La Pierre, Richard 128, 131, 475 Large, Jeff 151, 205, 382 Larkey, Jefferson 172 Larsen, Gini 193, 194, 335 Larsen, Carl 229 Larson, Claudia 55, 449 Larson, David 390 Larson, Edward 116, 117 Larson, Geraldine 147, 148, 475 Larson, Jim 376 Larson, Lois 89, 440 Larson, Lora 197 Larson, Lynn 394 Larson, Neil 89, 475 Larson, Penny 89, 475 Larue, John 345 LaRue, Linda 323 Larssen, Linda 449 Larusson, Theodore 123, 131, 475 Lascurettes, William 203 LaShay, Dian 89, 434 Lasher, Jean 31, 66, 89, 475 Lasman, Gale 301 Lassen, Karen 89, 111, 334 Lathman, Carolyn 76 Lathrop, Peter 475 LaTorre, Luceen 175 LaTorre, Peter 475 Laube, Lolly 316 Lauder, Loralee 89, 193, 194, 334 Lauderback, Nancy 320 Lauer, Don 147, 239, 354 Laufenberg, Ed 76, 353 Laughlin, Phillip 99, 437 Lauridson, Barbara 475 Lausten, Merlyn 414 Lavridson, Barbara 441 Lawrence, Linda 89 Lawrence, Rich 460 Lawton, Louisa 76, 442 Laykin, Melinda 423 Lazar, Alan 67, 89, 475 Lazar, Karin 89, 475 Lazarus, Sandy 11 Lazarus, Susan 455 Lazdins, Ivars 138, 475 Leahy, Alonzo 99, 475 Learch, Paul 272 Leary, James 138, 360 Leary, Kevin 362 Leary, Michael 376 Leask, Stephen 418 LeBlanc, Robert 211 Leckie, Ronald 134, 475 Lee, Billy 116, 117, 475 Lee, Brian 388 Lee, Christine 296 Lee, Daniel 197, 427 Lee, David 428 Lee, Eugene 114, 131, 462 Lee, Glenn 344 Lee, James 381 Lee, Keith 461 Lee, Kenneth 151, 426 Lee, Levi 89, 490 Lee, Lucinda 297 Lee, Martin 116, 117, 490 Lee, Nancy 338 Lee, Nancy J 140, 475 Lee, Nancy M 89, 197, 430 Lee, Pamela 297 Lee, Richard 388 Lee, Sandy 464 Lee, Sharon 448, 449 Lee, Tim 147 Lee, Yvonne 140, 475 Lefson, Bernie 462 Lehman, Michael 436 Leifer, Rich 391 Leiser, Malcolm 377 Leisz, Leland 55, 209 Leite, George 475 Leite, Michael 123, 428 Leite, Michael 209 LeLesch, Gerald 131 Lelinwalla, Adi 114 LeLorimier, Charles 378 LeLesch, Gerald 475 Lemmon, Jim 254, 257 Lemmon, Susan 72, 324 Lemput, Chuck 391 Lenton, Steve 438 Leonard, Eloise 449 Leonard, Lewis 89 Leonard, Nancy 430 Leong, Cynthia 491 Leong, Dale 89, 430 Leong, Shirlene 89, 475 Leppaluoto, David 121, 128, 134, 180, 193, 194, 390, 421 Leppert, Kathryn 330 Lercari, Fred 281 Lerch, Al 101 Lerch, Paul 395 Lerer, Judy 318 Lesker, Suzie 443 Leslie, Rich 70, 164 Leslie, Sue 73, 298 Leslie, Ward 131 Lestrade, Nancy 111, 424 Letlow, David 252 Leung, Komkee 121 Leung, Lydia 144 Leungt, Suet-Yee 138, 490 Levant, Ron 417 Levin, Barbara 339 Levin, Bonnie 455 Levin, Elsie 73, 89, 475 Levin, Hal 206, 207 Levin, Ina 302 Levin, Joel 288, 372 Levin, Lorrie 300 Levin, Marilyn 318 Levin, Susan 301 Levin, Peri 447 Levin, Ron 372 Levin, William 453 Levine, Art 416 Levine, Ed 101, 167 Levine, Max 285, 372 Levine, Stephen 131, 437 Levinson, Elinor 89, 475 Levinson, Jerry 417 Levinson, Stu 349 Levitas, David 391 Levitt, Michael 41 7 Levy, Edna 434 Levy, Leslie 319 Levy, Marv 214 Levy, Robert 348 Lew, Audrey 140, 475 Lew, Louise 123 Lewin, June 104, 110 Lewinsky, Marilyn 111 Lewinsky, Miriam 89, 434 Lewis, Barbara 185, 327 Lewis, Carol 89,475 Lewis, Dee 262, 264 Lewis, Denny 239 Lewis, George 131, 347 Lewis, Jack 121, 343 Lewis, Larry 131, 475 Lewis, Leonard 475 Lewis, Micki 337 Lewis, Samuel 372 Lewis, Sandy 288 Lewis, William 393 Lewon, Carol 89, 475 Leyden, Bruce 258 Lenin, Ken 398 Li, Dorothy 73 Libarian, Vivian 89 Liberman, Gary 372 Liberman, Keith 258, 417 Libien, James 957,372 Licata, David 439 Liu, John 131 Liden, Robert 345 Liebenberg, John 452 Lieser, William 99, 374 Liles, Carol 447 Liles, Forrest 390 Lilleston, Clay 131, 374, 421 Lim, Harry 388 Lim, Stephen 347 Lim, Paul 358, 421 Lincoln, Carl 131, 384 Lincoln, Howard 89, 475 Lincoln, Linda 198 Lind, Stephen 99 Lindbergh, Sherry 55, 111, 197, 336 Linder, Diane 297 Lindholm, Hans 216 Lindman, S. C. 408 Lindquist, John 143 Lindsay, Sue 207 Lindsey, Jane 323 Lineback, Marcia 89, 475 Linn, George 274 Linxwiler, Mary Ann 440 List, Pat 62, 181, 335 Little, Alex 309 Little, Dick 385 Little, Gerald 147 Little, Linda 293, 315 Little, Paul 72 Little, Stephen 153, 360, 420 Litton, Robert 123, 131, 475 Litsinger, Jim 406 Litzenberg, Randy 397 Liu, John 121, 475 Livchitz, Diane 318 Llaquno, Vincent 89, 475 Lloyd, Larry 151, 475 Lobdell, Norman 35, 72, 171, 370 Lobecker, Robert 457 Lock, Alan 72, 89, 209, 426 Locke, Susan 89, 296 Locke, Susan L. 89, 475 Lockett, Susan 443 Lockett, William 72 Lockwood, Nancy 431 Lockwood, Pat 76 Lockwood, Phyllis 60, 89, 106, 324 Loeu, Kathi 319 Loftier, Paula 435 Lofgren, 17 Logan, Jane 181, 333 Lohman, J. 143 Lohman, Richard 462 Lohmeyer, Joan 320 Lomas, Veronica 475 Lombardi, Jerry 114 Lommei, Andriette 446 Lomnes, Steve 452 Lomnes, Suzanne 449 Lonaker, Chris 99, 346 Long, Bill 353 Long, James 117, 345 Long, Terry 376 Longmore, Sandra 311 Lopez, Manuel 114 Lopin, Gail 445 Loskutoff, Dave 280 Lorberbaum, Larry 293, 399 Lord, George. 153, 374 Lorenz, Ralf 114 Louargand, Nancy 320, 340 Louie, Samuel 89, 451 Louk, Linda 445 Loverde, Rich 384 Lovett, John 262, 287, 439 Low, Sonny 452 Lowe, John 123 Lowe, Roberta 291 Lowe, Terry 333 Lowell, Larry 216, 221, 272 Lowerison, Jean 197 Loynd, Bruce 367 Lucas, Jerry 199 Lucchesi, Bill 229 Lucier, Rosemary 433 Luck, Charles 453 Luck, Robert 147, 351 Lucky, Judy 317 Ludeman, John 377 Ludwig, Larry 191 Lufkin, Dan 239, 241, 262, 264 Luft, John 353 Lujan, Geraldine 475 Lukash, Alex 462 Luker, Margo 448 Lum, Calvin 134, 388 Lum, Darrel 427 Lum, Gloria 191 Lund, Dennis 147, 427 Lund, Niilo 381 Lundgren, Jack 181,362 Lundgren, Judy 440 Lundgren, Steve 351 Lundstrom, Eric 171, 362 Lundy, Mary 62, 173, 447, 465 Luney, Wayne 460 Lusky, Peter 349 Lutge, Barbara 89, 330 Lutgen, Linda 313 Luton, Caroline 89, 172, 330 Lyford, Sue 55 Lyman, Adelai 179 Lyman, Bill 258 Lynch, Bill 153, 378 Lynch, Richard 72, 76, 451, 483 Lynn, Deanna 306, 340 Lynn, Leanore 89, 339 Lyon, Helen 89, 475 Lyon, Louise 475 Lyon, Michael 399 Lyon, Sharon 89, 298 Lyon, Steve 398 Lyon, Stephen C. 377 Lyons, Jim 138, 451 Lyons, Mark 205,429 Lyons, Robert 349 Mc McAdam, Bill 63, 203, 283, 394 McBride, Al 415 McBride, Jim 376 McCabe, James 131, 426 McCabe, Janet 89, 334 McCarthy, Ann 89, 328 McCarthy, Bettie 185 McCarthy, David 252 McCarthy, Muriel 89, 332 McCarthy, Robert 116, 117 McCarty, Bill 377 McCarville, Carol 185, 443 McCaughan, Bonnie 208, 334 McCauley, Giner 208, 305 McCausland, Sharon 450 McChesney, Mike 147 McClard, Bettykay 449 McClelland, Doug 121 McClintock, Marilyn 66, 330 McClish, June 89, 430, 465 McCloskey, Diane 331 McCluskey, Edith 51 McCollough, Dennis 362 McCollum, Judy 89, 476 McComb, Marshall 127, 131, 404, 421 McConahy, Robin 181, 335 McConnell, John 258, 425 McCormack, William 51 McCormick, Donna 144, 197, 454 McCosker, Vicki 299 McCowan, Donald 124, 128, 134, 437 McCoy, Judy 140, 476 McCracken, March 314 McCraith, William 476 McCready, Tom 89, 437 McCreary, Jeff 277, 460 McCuhhin, John 99, 409 McCulley, Barbara 441, 465 McCune, Larry 355 McCrystle, Michael 382 McDaid, Susan 89, 476 McDaniel, Curtis 143, 145 McDaniel, Meredy 327 McDermid, Lani 89, 197, 324 McDermott, Barbara 299 McDonald 55, 449 McDonald, Fred 151, 389 McDonald, John 377 McDonald, Sandy 312 McDougall, Robert 153, 356, 476 McDowell, Paul 425 McDowell, Robert 387 McElhaney, Leland 76 McElroy, Michael 418 McElroy, Sharon 111 McEneany, Cece 89, 332, 340 McEntee, Jeah 433 McEvoy, Mike 368 McEvoy, Richard 138, 476 McEwen, Daphne 89, 476 McFadden, Sue 296 McFarland, Louise 443 McFerrin, Chas 151, 256, 476 McFie, Sue 328 McGinley, Judy 89, 312 McGinnis, Richard 460 McGinnis 124, 127, 128, 134, 476 McGliberg, Colin 123 McGough, Barry 161 McGowan, Marcy 186, 187, 191, 307 McGuire, Terry 131, 476 McHale, Robert 121, 127, 131, 476 McHugh, Robert 396 McKaskle, Paul 72, 171 McKay, Judy 312 McKeag, John 90, 459, 420 McKee, Robert 453 McKeen, Harold 458 McKeighan, Georgia 63, 90, 316 McKenna, Ed 199, 414 McKenna, Sheila 99, 476 McKeown, John 364 McKinky 463 McKinnis, Ann 309 McKinnon, John 371 McKinnon, Ruth 99, 424 McKnight, Stephen 461 McLain, Jim 293 McLane, James 429 McLaren, Marilynn 90, 330 McLaughlin, Arlene 304, 340 McLaughlin, Donald 72 McLean, Lorraine 90, 111, 476 McLean, Norman 76, 99, 203, 216, 221, 400 McLean, Robert 90, 476 McLeod, Bob 394 McManigal, Gerry 400 McMannus, Jim 203 McMichael, Rick 399 McMullen, Bonnie 90, 336 McMurtry, Sherry 329 McNair, Joyce 338 McNairn, Bob 147 McNally, Jim 104 McNaily 35, 476 McNamara, Jim 65, 206, 402 McNamara, Judy 325 McNeil, Mary-Ellen 90, 476 McNeil, Elizabeth 333 McNeill, Marcia 66, 329 McNeill, Mike 63 McNulty, Robert 151, 368 McPhate, Marsha 299 McPhu, Heather 423 McQuad, Katy 313 McQueen, Jim 132, 378 McRae, Cyril 476 McRae, Marsha 208, 323 McWilliam, Rick 428 M Ma, Shang-Keng 99 Maas, Charles 144, 358 MacAdam, Don 203 MacCormick, Austin 72 MacDonald, Annette 90, 476 McDonald, Sandra 432 MacDougall, Heather MacDougall, Laurie 90, 312, 340 MacDougall, Marcia 206, 325 Macey, Anne 292, 309 MacFarland, Gail 317 Macgregor, Bonnie 440 MacGregor, James 127 Macgregor, Joan 323 Macintosh, Carolyn 14, 334 Mackall, Sandra 319 MacKay, Igor 362 MacKay, Ross 355 MacKenzie, Don 428 MacKenzie, Karen 175 MacKenzie, Robert 390 MacLachlan, Charlene 197 Maclachlan, Doug 99, 370 MacLaren, Bob 476 MacLean, Judy 298 Maclin, Bruce 453 MacMillan, Ben 344 MacNamera, Jim 11 MacNeil, Susan 327 Macpherson, Margaret 444 MacQuiddy, Charles 134, 368 Macray, Roger 76, 163, 409 Marci, Jean 476 MacVean, Peter 364 Maddigan, Bill 406 Fadfes, Judy 312 Madigan, Michael 379 Madley, William 350 Madsen, Helen 448 Madsen, Karen 208,331 Maeno, Jim 90, 425, 476 Mafunga, Wambulwa 75 Mage, Sally 66, 90, 290, 291, 328 Maggard, Dave 903,245 Magnuson, Don 387 Mah, Carson 151, 469 Mahakian, Charles 67, 90, 171, 406 Maharg, Patrick 415 Ma Hocks, Gene 153, 451 Mai, Larry 229 Mainey , Bob 414 Mainwaring, Dannie 449 Maine, Louis 415 Majesky, Barbara 206 Majestic, Martin 121, 132, 4:37 Mak, Reginald 55 Maker, Edward 99, 437 Maldonado, Lionel 280 Malerstein, Sharon 167 Malfino, Carolyn 299 Mailoch, Richard 266, 377 Malmberg, Ann 297 Malmgren, Richard 252 Malmstrom, Linda 424 Malone, Carole 298 Malone, Frank 408 Maloney, James 147 Mancill, Carl 438 Mancini, Norman 406 Mandel, David 211, 461 Mandel, Isaias 486 Mandelman, Barbara 90 Maneki, Janice 432 Manetas, Michael 453 Manetta, Bill 363 Mangan, Nancy 325 Mangold, Walter 63 Mangum, Carolyn 90, 314 de Manincor, Darlene 296 Manka, Donald 428 Manning, Judy 334 Manrique, Louis 116, 117 Manske, Gig 313 Manson, Leila 318 Mansoori, Iraj 132, 489 Manuel, Don 388 Manuel, Pam 90, 336, 397 Manuelli, Vic 245 419 Mapes, Thomas 51, 350 Mar, Pat 431 Marchetti, Raymond 151, 414 Marcotte, LaVerne 90, 432 Marcucci, Edward 90, 377 Mardel, Dave 211 Margolin, Cindy 476 Margreaves, J. 116 Mariuzza, Mary 327 Markarran, Linda Markham, Tom 181, 365 Markovich, Pat 180, 193 Marks, Judy 435 Marks, Sharon 302 Markwart, Philip 379 Marliave, Carol 55, 304 Maroot, Janice 90, 476 Marpet, Steve 398 Marquart, Susan 315 Marr, John 476 Marr, William 389 Marram, Don 100, 372 Marrett, Jim 277 Marrs, William 90,351 Marsh, Gerald 72 Marshall, Cathy 298 Marsteller, Elizabeth 332 Martgogian, Carol 167 Marty, Leo 272 Mathews, Al 260, 267 Matiasevich, Bob 267 Martin, Andrea 323 Martin, Anne 10, 308 Martin, Charles 352, 420 Martin, Chris 309 Martin, Dana 339 Martin, Edward 452 Martin, Gerald 70, 412 Martin, Gerry 90, 306 Martin, John 392 Martin, Lee 117 Martin, Mary 315 Martin, Paul 117, 483 Martin, Warren 460 Martin, Wendy 195 Martinelli, Adolph 378 Martinez, David 90, 476 Marts, Sandy 76, 143, 330 Maruyama, Yemiko 144, 476 Maruin, Linda 90, 336 Marvosh, Diana 90, 476 Marx, Peter 160, 438 Marz, Hal 460 Marzolf, Steven 132 Mashuta, Mary 140, 141, 470 Mashuta, Roberta 140, 141, 476 Mason, Jon 216, 221 Mason, Larry 427 Mason, Paul 100, 380 Massey, Gary 153, 461 Massey, Robert 363 Mateus, Eva 185, 476 Mathes, Melinda 302 Mathews, Al 231 Matiasevich, Bob 397 Mathison, Linda 303 Matlock, Donna 90, 476 Matsen, Pam 174, 331 Matson, Caren 465 Matson, Shirley 140, 141, 296 Matsubara, Takeaki 491 Matsuda, Janet 90, 476 Matsumura, Ken 372 Mattek, David 370 Matthews, Margaret 164, 208, 313 Mattson, Barbara 140, 320 Matye, LaVella 446 Matzkin, M. 349 Mau, Richard 438 Mauser, Gary 404 Mauser, Mary 90, 332 Mauser, Sally 323 Mautz, Sandy 185, 331 Maxwell, John D. 462 Maxwell, John F. 124, 128, 132, 476 Maxwell, Richard 403 Maxwell, Ron 460 May, Jim 258, 343 May, Pam 181, 483 May, Sherman 121, 132, 358 Mayall, Russell 409 Mayer, Lydia 90, 454 Mayer, Tom 381 Mayhew, Anne 90, 166, 176, 292, 328 Maynard, Barbara 193, 335 Maynard, Margot 90, 476 Mayo, Ron 128, 378 Meacham, Susan 340 Mead, Alice 55 Meade, Judy 291 Meade, Kenneth 72 Meadows, Richard 376 Meamber, Caroline 436 Means, Carolyn 177, 323 Meanza Robert 90, 412 Mecklenburg, Art 384 Medall Les 389 Medanich, Tom 414 Medbery, Janic 183, 327 Medevic, Russell 258, 476 Meek, George 367 Meek, Karna 307 Meek, Lynne 476 Mehlhoff, Stan 402 Meierding, William 350 Meisels, Judith 90 Majia, Carole 336 Melander, Dave 406 Melson, Edises 458 Melikian, Karen 181 Mellquist, Susan 62, 325 Melo, Jere 147 Memel, Judy 100, 318 Mendelsohn, Barry 199 Mendelsohn, Jan 300 Mendelsohn, Sue 90, 300 Mendenhall, Paula 433 Menees, Don 351 Menhenett, Marjorie 303 Menifee, Cathy 291, 446 Merat, Barbara 476 Merga, Yvonne 90, 476 Merkle, Judith 90, 111, 430 Mermel, Ron 349 Merner, Brett 203 Merriam, Fred 406 Merrill, Dianne 76 Merritt, Jack 57, 158, 162, 412 Merritt, Jeannette 444 Merritt, Penny 328 Meschak, Tom 216 Methvin, Jeri 327 Mettler, Ronald 363 Metz, Carol 436 Metzger, Robert 404 Mendell, Aza 371 Meunier, Judith 322 Mew, Wendell 76, 151, 476 Meyer, Carolyn 208, 133 Meyer, Diane 339 Meyer, Jerry 63, 140, 354 Meyer, Kathy 311 Meyer, Louise 443 Meyer, Patti 90, 290, 332 Meyers, Dave 265 Meyers, Judith 90, 160, 290, 291, 431, 476 Meyrowitz, Linda 302 Miailovich, Bob 153, 457 Michael, Francis 114, 334 Michael, John 372 Michael, Marilee 291, 301 Michael, Peter 359 Michael, Phil 90, 416, 420 Michaels, Laurie 333 Micheion, Richard 350 Michels, Dan 69 Michiels, Melissa 335 Mickael, Pete 63, 153, 394 Middlekauf, Woodrow 72 Middleton, Susan 476 Miquel, Stanley 428 Mihaly, Dan 226 Mijavovich, Fran k 476 Mikesell, Richard 116 Milano, Bob 260, 262 Milano, Kathie 334 Milch, Nancy 302 Miles, Frank 345 Milian, Ernie 267 Miller, Alden 49 Miller, Barbara 90, 444 Miller, Bernice 310 Miller, Bill 116, 132, 134, 457 Miller, Bob 348 Miller, Brent 124, 128, 132, 483 Miller, Carl 91, 293, 483 Miller, Charles 416 Miller, Daniel 415 Miller, David 116 Miller, Diana 446 Miller, Glen 147 Miller, Jaclyn 455 Miller, JoAnne 91, 476 Miller, Judith 324 Miller, Larry 9, 65, 76, 266, 398 Miller, Louise 444 Miller, Lynn 318 Miller, Pete 350 Miller, Ralfe 72 Miller, Roberta 151, 423 Miller, Thomas 351 Miller, Wendy 319 Millich , Steve 171, 406 Milligan, Terence 100, 377 Milliken, Don 267 Milliken, Nancy 309 Millinich, Bob 151, 203, 396 Millinich, Carol 312, 397 Millman, Frank 285 Mills, Jackie 62, 206, 207, 327 Mills, James 396 Mills, Judith 311, 397, 476 Mills, Yerrie 332 Millsap, John 438 Milne, Marjorie 91, 476 Milner, Michael 358 Milnes, Donna 91, 186, 187, 430 Mindell, Allan 262, 264 Miner, Sharon 141, 176, 296 Minger, Thomas 368 Minor, Joyce 310 Mintz, Lincoln 91, 477 Miran, Judith 91, 339 Miranda, Barbara 334 Mirliss, Mel 91, 457 Misch, Franz 272 Misch, Kate 335 Mische, Eric 439 Mitchell, Barry 458 Mitchell, Don 460 Mitchell, Ray 411 Mitchell, William 117, 128, 477 Mittel, Bob 391 Miura, Amy 91, 430 Miura, Fay 443 Miura, Hiroyoshi 491 Miyakawa, Edward 138, 477 Mize, Nanci 299 Mizelle, Marie 440 Moaveni, Shahrokh 343 Moberley, Darlene 448 Mock, Lana 445 Mock, Roger 198,388 Mock, Tom 166 Moeller, Helga 330 Moffitt, Coralie 320 Mognis, Bob 197 Mohammed, Abdul 132, 489 Mohn, Anna 91, 477 Moir, John 358 Moir, Ralph 121, 132, 358, 421 Moiseff, Karen 443 Molinari, Barbara 91, 304 Molinari, John 151 Moll, Charles 368 Mollison, Walter 402 Mon, Kendra 35, 60, 91, 180, 184,477 Monaco, Al 287 Monaco, Lenora 299 Monahan, Diane 455 Monahan, William 72 Mondon, Susan 55, 174 Monroe, Daphne 311 Monroe, Laura 91, 477 Monson, Stephen 483 Montanelli, Linda 435 Montero, Margie 198, 316 Montgomery, John 153, 270, 276,366, 420 Monty, Bill . 63 Monty, Leo 229 Moody, Henry 121, 132, 477 Moody, Steve 362 Moon, Ronald 117, 382 Moore, Bob 101 Moore, Butch 71 Moore, Cal 353 Moore, Charles 91, 414 Moore, James 419 Moore, Jeannie 311 Moore, John 381 Moore, Kathy 91, 310 Moore, Michael 72, 91, 167, 170,477 Moore, Molly 335 Moore, Russell 379, 477 Moore, Sandra 424 Moore, Sue 329 Moos, Charles 159 Moose, Jackie 319 Moran, Dusty 91, 477 Moran, Michael 377 Moran, Raymond 425 Moran, Rodes 367 Mordock, Tracy 100,360 Moreda, La Verne 185, 313 Morgado, Richard 403 Morgal, Jack 277 Morgan, Al 413 Morgan, Dale 363 Morgan, J. Dean 229, 418 Mor gan, Janice 91, 477 Morgan, Judy 177, 307 Morgan, Kathleen 431 Morgan, Neal 438 Morgan, Patricia 143 Morgan, Roger 57, 100, 206, 438 Morgan, Susan 456 Morgan, Ted 460 Morgan, William 73, 100, 370 Morganroth, Michael 397 Moriarity, John 267 Moriarity, William 116, 117, 345 Moriarty, Richard 73, 350 Morimoto, Kay 91, 432 Moring, Bill 268, 376 Morita, Ray 132 Morphet, Edgar 63 Murphy, Alan 101 Morell, Karen 321 Morris, Al 391, 462 Morris, Bob 266 Morris, Colleen 327 Morris, Dorothy 181, 301 Morris, Gary 391 Morris, Gayle 302 Morris, Jim 76 Morris, Joseph 438 Morris, Marilyn 174, 423 Morris, Mary 76 Morris, William 76, 100, 452 Morrissey, Peter 71, 91, 359 Morrison, Margaret 335 Mirrow, Gerald 359 Morrow, Kenneth 132, 477 Morse, Joan 91, 304 Morse, Mary 91, 477 Morse, Stephen 76, 134, 368 Morshead, Sheila 167, 309 Mortella, Bill 17 Mortenson, Phil 387 Morton, Bill 458 Morton, Craig 229, 267 Moscrip, Susan 317 Moseley, Bruce 63, 354 Moseley, Marie 324, 477 Moses, Sharon 167 Moss, David 100, 477 Moss, Sylvia 91, 434 Mossteller, Timothy 8, 379 Mostin, Nancy 455 Mott, James 411 Motte, Rene 132, 487 Moulton, Ken 229 Mousasticoshvily, Igor 100, 487 Moyer, Barry 390 Moyer, Mary 440 Moyer, Michael 245 Mueller, Carol 448 Muga, Dave 216, 221 Muhlanberg, Nick 147 Muirbrook, Newell 175 Mulhall, Dennis 371 Mull, Gary 121 Mullally, Laurie 333 Mullan, Barbara 313 Mullem, James 121, 352 Mullen, James 132, 457 Mullen, Karen 143 Mullen, Robert 367 Muller, Harold 72 Muller, Herman 132, 437 Muller, Scott 402 Mumford, Lewis 18 Munakata, Donald 461 Mundt, Randy 366 Mundy, Della 91, 306 Munoz, Joseph 461 Munt, Marshall 357 Muramoto, Bennie 114 Muramoto, Carole 91, 430 Muraoka, Jean 91, 477 Murata, Masahiro 138, 491 Murata, Sanford 458 Murdoch, James 458 Murdoff, Marilyn 477 Murison, Richard 345 Murphy, Chet 278 Murr, Priscilla 435 Murray, Craig 387 Murray, Gail 91, 477 Murray, Mel 199 Murray, Norb 367 Murray, Richard 138, 477 Murray, Pie 398 Musante, Ed 381 Muskot, Joyce 195, 449 Musso, Lynn 305 Mustain, Susan 465 Musto, Henry 354 Myer, Richard 76, 203, 245, 370 Myers, Barbara 329 Myers, Bob 63, 366 Myers, David 262, 397 Myers, Donna 443 Myers, Judith A 431 Myers, Judith W 91, 477 Myers, Willa 309 N Nadel, Rhoda 477 Nady, Louie 427 Naftel, Nancy 435 Nagata, Hiroyuki 134 Nagata, Ronald 477 Nagle, Janice 305 Nahman, Lee Ann 319 Naify, James 14, 438 Najarian, Jim 165, 418 Najima, Bonnie 91 Nakamura, Evelyn 208 Nakamura, Gary 429 Nakamura, Jerry 458 Nakano, Evi 36, 91, 172, 477 Nakashima, Marlene 291 Nakashima, Masato 116 Nakawarase, Kimi 448 Nakawatase, Marsha 91, 430 Nannizzi, Bob 175 Nash, Gerry 382 Nash, Ginny 314 Nast, Pat 91, 292, 450 Natali, Dennis 283, 477 Naymann, Carl 147, 148, 477 Nave, Michael 371 Nawman, Barbara 337 Nazaroff, Nathalie 111 Neagley, Frankie 449 Neal, Marcia 455 Neal, Mike 355 Nebel, Paul 127, 268, 427 Neblett, Kerry 91, 326 Nebozuk, John 371 Neely, Betty 50, 58, 59, 172 Neill, Marvin 343 Neilsen, Barbara 326 Neiman, Ronald 414 Nellis, Noel 14, 65, 67, 371, 420 Nelsen, Karen 446 Nelson, Alan 216, 221, 389 Nelson, Alvin 272 Nelson, Ann 325 Nelson, Bill 190 Nelson, Carol 303 Nelson, Claude 91, 477 Nelson, Elton 347 Nelson, Jane 206 Nelson, Jay 428 Nelson, Joan 313 Nelson, Marietta 449 Nelson, Martin 67, 477 Nelson, Mike 175, 280 Nelson, Sharon 445 Nelson, Victoria 195 Nemir, Ed 283 Nemzer, Kenneth 72, 91, 285,416, 421 Nettle, Bill 477 Netz, Ronald 116 Neubauer, Sue 450 Neufeld, Dan 347, 242 Neufeld, Dennis 242, 347 Neumann, John 215 Neuton, Marilyn 193 Newberry, James 477 Newcomb, Charles 359 Newcomer, Tora 208, 329 Newell, Donald 72 Newell, Gail 183, 440 Newell, John 63, 71, 100, 394 Newell, Karen 443 Newell, Pete 72, 201 Newfarmer, Jerry 36, 65, 67, 72,100, 370 Newman, Bob 183, 477 Newman, Christopher 358 Newman, Janet 91, 290, 291, 442 Newman, Joe 91, 257, 477 Newman, Michael 288, 372 Newman, Natalie 91, 318 Newman, Paul 343 Newman, Teri 319 Newmark, Nick 398 Newmark, Pamela 11, 62, 65, 172, 315 Newnham, Blaine 190, 460 Newson, Bill 389 Newsom, Dave 282 Newson, Carole 91, 298 Newton, Vicki 321 Ng, Paul Sing Hoi 132, 490 Ng, Stella 144 Ng, Yiu-Lam 91, 490 Ngo, De 138, 490 Nibarger, Paul 280 Nicholas, Fred 153, 377 Nicholas, Whitney 153, 364 Nicholau, Athena 430 Nichols, Costa 91, 380 Nicholson, Bob 350 Nick 385 Nickel, Dave 147 Nickman, Elizabeth 446 Nicolai, Lynda 91, 336 Nicolaisen, Carol 298 Nicolaus, Nancy 332 Nicoles, John 231, 477 Nicoles, Yvonne 91, 312 Nicoll, Jan 73, 91, 336 Nicols, John 453 Nicote, Peter 316 Niederhaus, Ken 396 Niederhoff, Anita 111, 442 Niederholzer, Sue 91, 334 Nielsen, Asger 387 Nielsen, Paul 132, 281 Nielsen, Sandra 321 Nielsen, Shirley 91, 176, 328 Nielseon, Patricia 305 Nierenberg, Judy 318, 340 Nies, Nancy 322 Nies, Susan 91, 423 Nigh, Audie 309 Nightingale, Helen 91, 477 Nightingale, Richard 413 Niles, Sara 92, 330 Nilmeier, Allan 350, 477 Nilsen, Norm 76 Ninomiya, Ann 92, 303 Nishimoto, Audrey 432 Nishio, Shig 489 Nissler, Perry 363 Niswander, Mary 299 Nitani, Leslie 461 Nix, Shelley 331 Nixon, Jim 153, 350 Nixon, Nici 320 Noble, Ellen 66, 308, 340 Nobleman, Sherman 92, 384, 477 Nock, Dave 92, 419 Nock, Mary 309 Nofrey, Bruce 92, 477 Nolfi, George 55, 72, 116, 117, 451 Noller, Janice 185, 326 Noller, Jule 313 Nolon, Jeanne 313 Nolte, Pat 92, 477 Nordeen, Carole 307 Nordgren, Warren 132 Nordlund, Paul 92, 437 Nordstrom, Gerald 140, 203, 245,382 Norman, Heather 305 Norman, Marc 92, 195 Normandin, Jim 55 North, Sandie 186, 187 North, Shiela 166, 315 Norton, Ellen 185, 331 Norton, Harold 72 Norwood, Steve 71, 353 Novack, Nancy 302 Noyce, Donald 116 Noyes, Julie 163 Nuest, Gwaine 315 Nunan, Yvonne 167 Nusratty, Hasan 288 Nussbaum, Jerry 398 O Oakley, Allison 315 Oakley, Bill 204, 262, 265 Oberg, Robert 477 O ' Brien, Becky 167 O ' Brien, Bill 216 O ' Brien, Dave 405 O ' Brien, Tom 92 Ochman, Ken 391 Ochoa, Norverta 477 O ' Connell, Phyllis 92 O ' Connell, Wayne 371 O ' Connor, Patrick 101 O ' Connor, Richard 132, 451 Oda, Gary 114 O ' Dea, Ed 63 Odegard, Peter 72 Odella, Carlo 151, 426 Odenwelier, Vicki 208, 305 O ' Donnell, Julia 11, 175, 477 O ' Donnell, Robert 381 Oellers, Rick 477 Ofodile, Elezar 487 Ogburn, Charles 382 Ogle, Anne 92, 306, 340 Ogunlana, Moses ...268 O ' Hare, Cathy 329 O ' Hara, Patricia 92, 176, 177, 332, 397 Ohlson, Sue 166, 315 Okelberry, Karen 160 Olsen, Kent 439 Oida, Yukio 121 Okamoto, Steve 457 Okamura, Robert 431 Okelberry, Karen 172, 208, 297 Okomoto, Steve 489 O ' Lague, Paul 128 Oldano, Anna 12, Ill, 444 Olguin, Hank 104, 110 Oliver, William 132 Oliver, Barry 159 Olsen, Ed 439 Olsen, Roger 245 Olsen, Sandra.... 445 Olson, Jerry 229, 267, 355 Olson, Pete 63, 72, 216, 222,272, 354, 371 O ' Malley, Gay 92, 440 Onderoonk, Stephen 395 O ' Neil, Mike 359 Ong, Jin 197 Onishi, Charlotte 92, 477 Oppenheimer, Robert 391 O ' Reilly, Pat 55, 477 Orlemann, Judy 198 Orlich, Donald 92, 477 Orman, Chris 186, 187, 414 Orosco, James 366 Orrell, John 451 Orrell, Roberta 446 Ortegren, Carolyn 477 Orton, Gary 258 Osborn, Bruce 100, 380 Osborn, Ozzie 191 Osborn, Paul 76, 153, 374 Osborn, Wayne 191 Oschin, Rene 164 Oseran, Barbara 319 Oshima, Alan 138, 477 Oshima, Richard 245 Oski 3, 181, 185 Osmond, Janna 66, 317 Ostarello, John 280 Osugi, George 132, 477 O ' Sullivan, Lloyd 281 Ota, Aiko 443 Otis, Geraldine 127 O ' Toole, Pat 208, 297 Otto, Sue 332 Outwater, Dennis 439 Overall, Jack 411 Overfelt, Frank 477 Owashi, Judith 446, 489 Owen, Edward 134, 451 Owens, John 276, 452 Owens, Ray 121, 400 Owyoung, Sandra 197 Oxman, Sharon 319 Ozias, Albert 124, 128 Ozols, Juris 483 P Pace, Nathan 197 Packard, Dave 285 Packard, Mike 384 Packard, Mary 183, 321 Padams, Michelle 101, 465 Paff, Joe 72,171 Page, Frederick 457 Page, Penny 92, 316 Pahl, Penny 145, 312 Paine, Anne 303 Paine, Scott 92, 366 Palamountain, Greg 229, 365 Palanos, Paul 345 Paliwoda, Steve 258 Palley, Jeff 14, 174, 398 Palmer, Barry 345 Palmer, David 198 Palmer, Pamela 321 Palmer, Renee 319 Palmer, Thomas 257, 394 Palmerlee, Charles 171 Paoli, Richard 124, 128 Pape, Bobbi 313 Papini, John 63 Papo, Ruth 92, 478 Paradis, William 117, 406 Parent, Dave 67, 153, 384 Parent, Nancy 92, 430 Parkham, Diana 305 Park, Arthur 72, 92, 171, 346 Park, Roberta 290, 291 Parker, David 458 Parker, Edgar 92, 478 Parker, Joan 397 Parker, Judy 92, 478 Parker, Martin 461 Parkinson, Stanley 71, 216, 222,389 Parks, Douglas 358 Parlette, Linda 325 Parr, Christopher 117, 478 Parr, Pepper 92, 316 Parrish, Richard 92, 478 Parrott, George 478 Parshall, Karen 309 Parsons, Carol 172, 322, 478 Parsons, John 134, 378 Parsons, Ron 266, 453 Partland, Jan 291 Partlow, William 70, 92, 412 Pasarow, Susan 319 Paslin, Reva 92, 339 Pasternak, Alan 175 Pastorino, Karen 290, 291, 450, 465 Patrick, Edward 458 Patten, Steve 368 Patterson, Patricia 465 Pattinson, Thomas 181, 419 Pattison, Pat 379 Pattison, Ruth 17, 432 Patton, Barry 92, 177, 364, 426 Patton, Jane 75,315 Potts, Adrienne 92 Paul, Kermit 460 Paul, Mary 329 Pauley, Jeff 162 Paulsen, Lowell 427 Paulson, Joan 434 Paulson, John 402 Paulson, Nancy 315 Payne, Donna 442 Payne, Joan 110,328 Payne, Sheldon 92, 418 Pazirandel, Mohsen 92, 166, 167,170, 193, 489 Peabody, Gerald 100, 370, 421 Peach, Merlaine 55, 92, 478 Peacocke, Dennis 229 Peak, Joellen 433 Peake, Charlene 447 Pearl, Dana 319 Pearlstein, Kitty 456 Pearson, Denia 92, 291, 478 Pearson, Harold 391 Pearson, Kent 44, 286, 383, 421 Pease, Charles 63 Pease, Dorothy 198, 337 Pechanec, Hilde 176, 323 Peckham, Charles 367 Pecoraco, Carolyn 111, 166 Pedersen, Lean 313 Pederson, Allen 14, 151, 370 Pedagrift, Jim 280 Peery, Jean 92,316 Pehrson, David 132, 478 Pelletier, Ted 371 Peilo, Genevieve 93, 111, 478 Penaflor, Manuel 203, 216, 222 Pendleton, Nancy 93, 478 Pendergast, Patricia 304 Penn, Robert 392, 420 Pennock, Jenalynn 144 Penprase, Marilyn 93, 312 Peppard, Patty 329 Peppin, Robert 400 Peracca, Pete 355 Peregoy, William 351 Perez, Gioconda 93, 478 Perez, Lizano, Miguel 93, 412 Perkins, Ann 177, 307 Perkins, Julie 333 Perlman, Connie 58, 193, 302 Perlman, Lydia 166, 208, 339 Perrin, Jennifer 93, 332 Perry, David 163, 428 Perry, Gloria 93, 483 Perry, Jim 346 Perry, Marshall 384 Perschke, Lou 280 Persinger, Garland 346 Pesce, William 100, 360 Peschel, Constance 93, 478 Peschel, Gary 116, 117, 478 Peter, Nicole 93 Peterman, Keith 2, 121, 128, 132, 478 Peters, Allen 245, 378 Peters, Elizabeth 311 Peters, Judith 191 Petersen, Ann 166, 446, 448 Petersen, Cliff 114, 353 Petersen, Julie 208, 331 Peterson, Charlotte 93 Peterson, Daryl 153;478 Peterson, Fred 134, 272, 478 Peterson, Fred 394 Peterson, Isabel 305 Peterson, Jim 229 Peterson, Karen 433 Peterson, Pamela 324 Peterson, Rich 344 Peterson, Vicky 296 Petrocelli, William 72 Petterson, Carol 116 Peiteter, Carolyn 93, 332, 333 Petteys, Dave 132, 356 Pettitt, George 72 Pettys, Dave 194 Pewitt, Bruce 123 Pewitt, Eugene 132, 478 Pezzaglia, James 384 Pfaelzer, Pete 258 Pfaff, Douglas 419 Pfaff, Gerald 132, 478 Pfann, William 392 Pfeifer, Katherine 93, 330 Pfisfer, Joe 231 Pfitzer, Patricia 323 Pflueger, Ann 297 Phariss, Bob 460 Phelan, John 392 Philipson, Carole 143, 145, 478 Phillipi, Paul 111 Phillips, Bob 372 Phillips, Bill 270, 276 Phillips, Dan 257, 417 Phillips, David 76, 364 Phillips, Jim 229 Phillips, John 121, 128, 134, 478 Phillips, Justine 93, 320 Phillips, Melinda 323 Phillips, Robert 408 Phillips, Roger 177 Phillips, Wendy 206, 333 Phu, Ninh 490 Pia, Edward 93, 478 Piccinini, Kathleen 447 Pickens, Thomas 412 Pickering, Mike 425 Pickering, Walt 350 Pierovich, George 36, 216, 222 Piestrup, Mel 216, 222 Pigney, Jane 93, 478 Pihl, Stanley 153, 478 Pike, Peter 255, 405 Pike, Sandra 465 Pilger, Judy 318 Pillsbury, Priscilla 328 Pimental, Janet 93, 330 Pine, Ken 121 Pinkel, Sheila 432 Pinkham, Charlee 397 Pinney, Steve 127 Pinson, Jim 772 Pisaini, Otto 93, 478 Piskulic, Diane 160, 315 Pittore, Jess 216, 272, 389 Place, Harvey 151, 364 Plair, Gayne 442 Plancherel, Mary 167 Plate, Kenneth 93, 347 Plate, Sandra 455 Platt, John 100, 478 Platte, Linda 197 Plotkin, Frieda 176, 431 Plumley, Michael 376 Plummer, Cheryl 337 Podesta, Judy 321 Poeter, Sandy 287 Pogue, Earl 285, 460 Pohl, Nancy 93, 330 Pohlman, Andrew 117, 478 Poindexter, Collenn 330 Poirier, Raymond 153, 350, 420 Pokrass, Judy 455 Pokrass, Susan 93, 166, 454 Polak, Heddy 430 Polich, Veronica 444 Polland, Baba 309 Pollock, George 132, 478 Polse, Kenneth 93, 416 Pomeroy, Pinkie 309 Pomeroy, Robert 186, 187 Pond, Lewis 132, 356 Poole, Lynn 357 Poon, Suzanne 144, 478 Poor, Larry 368 Popov, Alex 405 Popper, Roger 71, 389 Porch, Doris 327 Porter, Gail 93, 320 Porter, Preston 93, 203, 270, 276,451 Porter, Russell 93, 203, 258, 270,276, 451 Posin, Dan 55, 462 Post, Mary 321 Post, Tunie 312 Poston, Mary 298 Potter, Carol 455 Potter, John 363, 478 Potter, William 132 Pottol, Judith 304 Poucher, Patty 327 Poulson, Peter 63, 394 Poulton, Penny 305 Poulton, William 411, 478 Powell, Diane 93, 434, 465 Powell, Mary 59, 93, 206, 237, 324 Powell, Richard 72 Powell, Zack 365 Power, Eleanor 93, 303 Power, Rich 403 Powers, Mike 231, 460 Powers, Ronald 768 Poynter, Margaret 66 Pratt, Richard 347 Pratt, Sue 76, 447 Prescott, Connie 335 Prescott, Harold 123 Press, Linda 93 Preston, Cynthia 306 Preston, Jane 177, 296 Preston, Jack 478 Price, Anthony 72 Price, Carolyn 324, 423 Price, Clarence 72 Price, John 76 Price, Judy 66, 296 Price, Kent 93, 358 Price, Tyrone 229 Price, George 245, 411 Primm, Janet 176, 206, 333 Prince, Norman 93, 483 Prislin, Bob 100, 418 Proffett, John 478 Prola, James 383 Protiva, Ed 364 Provence, Susan 298 Provost, Penny 93, 478 Prudhomme, Larry 364 Prudler, Paul 63, 71 Pucci, Linda 441, 465 Puckett, Allen 9, 14, 65, 67,160, 418 Puckett, Nancy 327 Pugh, Archer 72 Pugh, Cheryl 311 Pugh, Sally 315 Pugh, Sharon 55, 478 Puison, Jim 229 Pulliam, Donna 335 Pulver, Steven 116 Puncher, Gloria 31, 65, 66, 93, 304 Purvis, Jim 460 Purvis, Mary 431 Q Quan, Roger 14, 67, 151, 451 Quaschnick, Ellaine 161, 444 Qustman, Robert 76, 138, 400 Queary, Lou 405 Quien, Mary 447 Quick, Cindy 478 Quigley, William 72 Quilter, Charles 397 Quinn, John 380 Quinn, Kathy 55, 197, 337 Quinn, Margie 336 Quinn, Michael 366 Quinn, Pat 322 Quong, David 123, 132, 197, 451 R Rabin, Ronald 348 Rabinovich, David 117, 345 Radford, Jim 452 Radonich, Joan 333 Rae, Bonnie 298 Rael, Jim 417 Raffanti, Kathleen 455 Rafferty, Kathleen 93 Rafferty, William 457 Ragan, Alva 72, 244 Rager, Pat 331 Rago, Carmen 93, 312 Ragsdale, William 134, 426 Rahm, Lesley 432 Rahn, Paul 93, 360 Railton, Dick 354 Rains, Judy 291 Rains, Robert 209, 428 Raish, Dan 460 Ralph, John 70, 164 Ramenofsky, Ann 301 Ramey, Chester 164 Ramus, Joe 412 Randall, Gary 160 Randall, Nancy 208, 337 Rank, Ann 442 Rank, Stephanie 314, 340 Rankin, Lynette 197, 465 Ransome, Clarke 216, 266, 392 Rao, Ananda 489 Rapisarda, Joe 229 Rapp, John 116 Rappaport, Armin 58, 72, 162 Rappaport, Raymond 151, 478 Rasmussen, John 428 Rassa, Robert 134, 457 Rath, Gwen 313 Rathman, George 394 Rawlins, Susan 106 Rawlinson, Bruce 413 Rawson, Rik 376 Ray, Jean 166 Ray, Michael 132, 451 Ray, Norman 51, 151, 478 Rayburn, Kathy 93, 430 Rayl, Meredith 93, 476 Raymond, Fred 76, 147, 148 Raymond, Penny 337 Raymond, Susan 181, 305 Raymond, Walter 229 Read, Suzanne 197, 307, 337 Reams, Letitia 197 Rearwin, Penny 325 Rebelo, John 203, 262, 265, 396 Reckler, Joanne 300 Reddall, Meredith 181, 445 Redford, Milton 63, 76, 394 Reed, Bob 357 Reed, Emily 51 Reed, Jason 453 Reed, John 124, 128, 132, 197, 478 Reed, Loretta 440, 478 Reed, Monte 462 Reeder, Roxana 435 Reedy, Howard 411 Rees, Diane 313, 407 Reesor, David 313 Reeve, Bill 76 Reeve, Curtis 152, 366 Reeve, Linda 441 Reeves, Bob 280 Regar, Barry 348 Regae, Jim 132 Reginelli, Nancie 307 Reichert, Kenneth 478 Reid, Brooks 175 Reid, Linda 93, 478 Reilly, Elizabeth93, 167, 170, 193, 478 Reilly, Hugh 419 Reilly, Sharon 93, 334 Reilly, Terry 63 Reilly, Trish 18, 325 Reimers, Dianne 434 Rein, Christine 464 Reiner, Ruth 449 Reinis, Inara 132 Reis, Marjorie 93, 172, 478 Reiser, Douglas 387 Reitman, Gordon 152 Rekers, Jerry 181, 282, 377 Remick, Bill 138, 245, 366 Rempel, Cornelia 296 Remy, Bill 267 Renalla, Mark 181, 371 Renna, Sue 464 Rennie, Sandy 93, 326 Renouf, Robert 393, 479 Requa, Barbara 331 Requa, Joe 76 Requiro, Rene 93, 479 Reu kema, Lester 72 Reutinger, Marty 258 Reutiinger, Mark 55 Revilla, Julie 324, 325 Rewoldt, Nan 299 Reynolds, Bob 345 Reynolds, David 93, 479 Reynolds, Jerry 425 Reynolds, Mary 424 Reynolds, Ned 365 Reynolds, Sally 331 Rhodes, Barbara 330 Rhodes, Cliff 258 Rhodes, Lynn 197 Ribordy, Gerald 439 Ricci, Andrea 449 Rice, Edward 94, 368 Rice, Richard 132, 285, 286, 426 Rice, Robbie 94, 332, 340 Rice, Stephen 414 Rich, Diana 94, 479 Richards, Floyd 94, 479 Richards, Jim 457 Richards, Judith A 36, 57 , 58, 59, 60, 63, 94, 172, 173, 332 Richards, Judith L.36, 94, 161, 454 Richards, Phil 396 Richardson, Betty 433 Richardson, Dianne 335 Richardson, John 353 Richardson, Leon 72 Richart, Ken 191 Richins, Marilyn 447 Richmond, Charles 460 Richmond, Henry .415 Richtel, Murray 94, 420 Richter, Bruno 284 Rickards, JoAnn 299 Rickertson, Larry 252 Ricketts, Roger 152, 400 Ricketts, Steven 207, 400 Riddell, Candis 317 Rider, Robert 134, 479 Ridken, Carol 318 Riede, Penny 66, 94, 218, 312 Riemer, Mary 326 Riesenberg, Bruce 387 Riesenberg, Kathleen 333 Rietstra, Edith 94, 479 Riggs, Jerry 364 Riggs, Nancy 13, 442 Rigsbee, William 100, 479 Riley, Barbara 299 Rimpau, Patti 299 Rinehart, James 371 Ring, Karen 441 Rinker, David 400 Rinn, Thomas 255, 479 Rinne, John 958, 419 Rintala, Katherine 94, 423 Ripley, Carol 73, 326 Riskind, Carol 300 Rist, Janet 94, 479 Rist, William 453 Ritchey, Robert 439 Ritchie, Gordon 121, 132, 479 Ritchie, Joyce 94, 479 Ritter, Ross 365 Ritterband, Lawrence 121, 132, 479 Riveros, Jose 268 Roach, William 153, 479 Robbins, Allan 381 Robbins, Caludia 465 Robbins, Howard 428 Robbins, John 428 Robbins, John 368 Roberts, Dexter 452 Roberts, Gary 452 Roberts, James 415 Roberts, Justin 186, 453 Roberts, Nancy 94, 166, 167,170, 193, 328 Roberts, Ralph 415 Roberts, Ron 400 Robertson, Alan 114 Robertson, Ann 94, 330 Robertson, John 354 Robertson, Steve 377 Robertson, Sydney 123,425 Robey, Theron 483 Robinson, Donna 94, 479 Robinson, Gary 152, 358 Robinson, Gary 408 Robinson, Harry 374 Robinson, Nena 317 Robinson, Randall 76, 116, 117 Robinson, Rod 347 Robinton, Richael 415 Robson, Judy 303 Rocca, Curt 63, 392 Rocca, Roy 392 Roche, Gertrude 175 Rockford, Jane 298 Rodan, Stan 262 Rodaschek, Ellen 297 Rodger, Marilyn 332 Rodgers, Bill 396 Rodi, Margaret 225, 329 Rodman, Geoffrey 14, 205 Rodrigo, Jay 458 Rodriguez, John 368 Rodriguez, Nora 435 Roeber, Malcolm 132, 479 Roehr, Martha 424, 465 Roehr, Tom 11, 429 Roelof, Jay 76 Rogers, Betsy 173, 182, 455 Rogers, Bruce 252 Rogers, Gary 203, 257, 395 Rogers, Julie 306 Rogers, Roger 281 Rogers, Wayne 387 Rogozinski, Michel 55 Rohrbough, Mary 297 Rohwedder, Gayle 433 Rohwer, Bob 215 Roland, Carol 298 Rolapp, Sue 198, 317 Rolfe, John 272 Rollor, Jennifer 312 Roman, Peter 94, 421, 479 Romascan, Ed 344 Romer, Russ 387 Ronan, James 76, 152, 479 Ronaz, Chris 176 Ronzone, Wende 323 Roos, Paul 418 Roosa, Christine 94, 310 Roost, Trixie 11, 337 Root, Grove 356 Root, Grosvenor 143, 420 Root, Mary 440 Rose, Howard 114 Rose, Marvin 348, 421 Rose, Rich 147, 357 Rose, Ron 357 Roseberry, Dick 147, 148, 479 Rosecrans, Bill 383 Roseen. Eric 452 Rosen, Diane 300 Rosenbaum, Margie 319 Rosenberg, Arleen 94 Rosenberg, Dale 94, 479 Rosenberg, Ignace 114 Rosenberg, Arleen 339 Rosenthal, Sue 319 Rosenthal, Walt 416 Rosentreter, William 411 Rosenwald, Anne 302 Rosett, Dick 257 Ross, Ann 446 Ross, Ellen 434 Ross, Gordon 196 Ross, Karen 319, 432 Rose, Sue 319 Rossi, Cindy 315 Rossi, Jon 344 Rossoon, Robert 63, 71, 419 Roth, Babette 436 Roth, Darlene 198 Roth, Steve 372 Rothbery, Mike 391 Rotherham, 94, 424 Rothman, Nancy 94, 300 Rothrock, Steve 367 Rothwell, Richard 147, 148, 483 Rouda, Richard 453 Rouefson, Gary 111 Roumassett, Catherine 432, 465 Roumasset, Jim 277, 461 Rouss eau, Ida 94, 338 Rowan, Pat 114 Rowans, Charlie 262 Rowe, Donald 132, 374 Rowe, Jay 414, 421 Rowe, Rich 418 Rowins, Charles 261, 288, 383 Rowland, Dave 257 Rowland, Margaret 76 Rowley, Gerald 114 Roy, Gil 160 Ruben, Dana 162, 479 Rubens, Judi 301 Rubin, Art 399 Rubin, Carol 319 Rubin, Gordon 100, 479 Rubinstein, Jerry 439 Rucker, Ed 104, 239 Rucker, Warren 437 Rudd, Claude 114 Rudd, Margaret 94, 479 Ruddy, Ann 94, 479 Rudge, Karen 197, 313 Rudloff, Richard 366 Rudolf, Marlene 94, 432 Rudolf, Terry 435 Rue, Ellen 448 Rued, Grace 303 Ruegg, Carole 456 Rufeh, Firooz 166, 167, 170, 193 Rugg, Donald 288, 413 Rulofson, Charles 124, 128, 132,451 Rummell, Marilyn 55, 94, 479 Rush, Janis 94, 479 Rusk, David 160 Ruskin, Marcia 318 Russell, Alice 320 Russell, Ardeen 140, 141, 442 Russell, Carol 305 Russell, Dennis 396 Russell, John 358 Russell, Lynn 303 Russell, Marianne 94, 303 Russell, Ted 376 Russell, Thomas 353 Rust, Lyman 272, 363 Rust, Rick 70, 164, 408 Rutherford, Ann 445 Rutherford, Roberta 335 Ruzak, Jay 425 Ryan, Annette 94, 479 Ryan, Jackie 160, 296 Ryan, Kathy 298 Ryan, Linda 94, 479 Ryan, Ned 252, 371 Ryan, Pat 337 Ryan, Timothy 389 Ryder, Rich 63 Rylett, Robin Saar, Henry 55 Sachs, Barbara 8, 65 Sackett, Holly 55 Sada, Don 229, 267 Sadler, Robert 123 Saferstein, Harvey 417 Sailor, Wayne 100, 479 Saito, Walter 94, 479 Sakamoto, Shiori 76, 132, 479 Sakow, Rumiko 94, 430 Salazar, Dan 203, 262, 265 Salisbury, Catherine 138, 479 Salisbury, John 396 Sallee, Gary 270 Sally, Jim 63 Salo, Ginny 315 Saltzman, Gloria 181, 434 Salvador, Vern 10I, 181 Sample, Don 114 Samuel, Joseph 339 Samuelson, Scott 257, 415 Samuelson, Roger 72 Samuelson, Marcia 94, 314 Samuelson, Paul 396 Sanborn, Madelyn 62, 66, 181, 324 Sanchez, Lawrence 479 Sandack, Nancy 301 Sanders, Dan 114 Sandoval, Diane 174, 307 Sands, Anna 208, 331 Sands, Peggy 186, 187, 331 Sanford, Chris 298 Sanger, Gerry 94, 296 Sannar, Thomas 479 Sano, Emi 55, 94, 303 Sapiro, Jerry 245 Sappington, Ronald 402 Sargent, Joel 152, 479 Sasaki, Dick 489 Sasaki, Kenji 94, 216, 479 Sato, Ellen 79 Sauer, Teri 317 Saunders, Doug 288 Saunders, Robert 424, 438 Saunders, Sandy 315 Savant, Bernard 344 Saw, Eddie 190 Sawyer, F. E 381 Saxe, Joan 309 Saxe, Steve 372 Sbarbaro, Gene 392 Scarr, Anthony 55, 101, 479 Scatena, Gino 352 Scattebo, Wendy 432 Scattini, Jerry 216, 223 Scerbo, Louis 116 Schaaf, Samuel 120 Schalla, Lani 433 Schamp, Roger 152, 479 Schank, Linda 94, 479 Scharf, Andrea 435 Scharf, Susan 433 Scharlack, Barbara 302 Scharlack, Edmund 399 Schauner, Tony 385 Scheble, Sue 335 Scheel, Bill 418 Scheer, Elaine 321 Scheffel, James 134, 479 Scheiber, Joan 334 Scheibli, Alan 94, 479 Scheidtmann, Robert 268, 479 Scheinman, Steve 417 Schell, Edgar 104 Scheppler, Nancy 94, 336 Schernig, Fred 117, 479 Scherr, Barbara 186, 187, 445 Scheibulhut, Sharon 445 Schildhauer, June 449 Schiller, Sally 319 Schilling, August 257, 419 Scimberg, R. J 73 Schindell, Nadine 433 Schirle, Ann 433 Schirle, Joan 433 Schirmer, Christine 299 Schirmer, Howard 406 Schlachter, Fred . 391 Schl eef, Joe 100, 186, 187, 344 Schlegel, Steve 94, 479 Schlesinger, Joanne 300, 340 Schleuning, Jon 138 Schlieman, Bob 377 Schmeidler, Richard 94, 197, 479 Schmid, William 153, 382 Schmidt, Carol 305 Schmidt, John 379 Schmidt, Linda 94, 177, 440 Schmidt, Neil 245 Schmidt, Richard 100, 203, 280,400 Schmiedel, John 380 Schmitt, Barbara 443 Schmitz, Dennis 383 Schmitz, Joan 465 Schmitz, Muffy 333 Schmuck, James 429 Schmugge, Thomas 175 Schnable, James 181, 364 Schneider, Karen 449 Schneider, Richard 116, 117, 483 Schneider, Stephen 479 Schnider, Ronni 436 Schoales, Ann 305 Schoenberger, Jon 282 Schoeplein, Joan 55, 94, 336 Scholar, Mike 348 Scholtz, Ken 171 Scholz, Dieter 395 Scholz, Frederick 132, 479 Schon, Patricia 140, 447, 465 Schoonmaker, Ann 331 Schorno, Karl 196 Schorr, Charles 153, 403 Schorr, Linda 479 Schott, Michael 461 Schowengerdt, Marilyn 326 Schrader, Charles 390 Schrang, Thomas 391 Schraub, John 229 Schreiber, Richard 152,390 Schroeder, Jeanne 299 Schroeder, Jon 387 Schroeder, Trude 94, 178, 298 Schroeter, Harry 76 Schroeter, Ruedy 181, 412 Schrumpf, Lynn 455 Schueler, Don 460 Schueller, Harry 229 Schuller, Susan 167, 430, 486 Schulman, Carole 319 Schulte, Buzz 257,346 Schultz, Claude 72 Schultz, Gary 94, 479 Schultz, John 352 Schultz, Roger 134, 437 Schumacher, Christy 443 Schuman, Rona 11, 455 Schuster, Ron 480 Schuyler, Bradley 94, 437 Schwartz, Beverly 208, 339 Schwartz, Carole 300, 302 Schwartz, Danice 301 Schwartz, Hannah 448 Schwartz, Joan 434 Schwartz, Judy 319 Schwartz, Linda 333 Schwartz, Paul 209 Schwartz, Sandy 318 Schwatka, Sue 325 Schwind, John 134, 426 Sciutto, Barbara 299 Sciutto, Luisa 310 Scofield, Tim 67, 72, 152, 257, 384 Scott, Edgie 278, 419 Scott, Gregory 403 Scott, Julie 111 Scott, Lynda 140, 316 Scott, Nancy 175 Scott, Patricia 55, 95, 444 Scott, Robert 352 Scott, Sharon 317 Scroggens, Ladislaus 147 Seaborg, Glenn 72 Seager, Roy 12, 134, 384 Season, Valerie 206 Sebastian, John 197 Sedan, Janet 436 Sedgwick, Ed 393 See, Glynna 447 Seefeld, Joanne 75, 333 Seeley, Bob 350 Seeley, Pat 446 Seely, Judy 431 Seffens, Marty 343 Segale, Andy 216, 223 Seibert, Becky 480 Seibert, David 95, 480 Seibert, Richard 350, 421 Seid, Gordon 116, 117, 480 Sei dman, Pearl 431 Seitz, Bee 313, 397 Selby, Fred 345 Seligson, Gordon 76, 95, 480 Selim, Zein 489 Sellers, John 258 Sellers, Ron 257 Selna, Larry 123 Selway, David 121 Senn, Robert 480 Seraphim, Norm 198 Seratti, Donald 95, 186, 425 Serram, Penny 57, 66 Sevall, Mary 185, 321 Seveal, Mike 186, 187 Severance, Nicola 332 Sexton, Sally 430 Seymour, Susan 465 Shadi, Ramona 173 Shadinger, Suzy 57, 62, 182, 306 Shaffer, John 462 Shaffer, Pam 331 ShaM, Karen 57, 62, 300, 340 ShaM, Ma rilyn 177, 302 Shapeero, Lorraine 456 Shapiro, Allan 114 Shapiro, Gary 372 Shapiro, Leona 436 Shapiro, Stan 95, 580 Sharp, Paul 63 Sharp, Rodney 460 Shaskan, Ed 67, 72, 95, 480 Shaw, Carol 95, 334 Shaw, Judy 207, 298 Shaw, Richard 95, 426 Shaw, Susan 95, 480 Shawl, Jon 8, 429 Shawl, Stanley 72, 258 Shawl, Stephen 429 Shay, Carol 17 Shearer, Brad 110 Shearer, Sue 443 Sheehan, Judith 95, 328 Sheeran, Mary 95, 304 Shefler, Linda 300 Shelley, Elbert 132, 425 Shelton, Kathie 163, 431 Shelton, Rosemary 165, 323 Shelton, Tom 9, 163, 427 Shen, Douglas 95, 462 Shenk, John 272, 355 Shenkin, Len 114 Shenkin, Phyllis 480 Shepard, Kirk 95, 480 Shepard, Mary 170 Shepard, Ronald 126 Shepard, Sally 73, 306 Shepard, William 72 Sher, Michael 76 Sheretz, Judy 433 Sherinian, Carole 480 Sherk, James 163, 164, 411 Sherman, Dennis 100, 351, 420 Sherman, Diana 167 Sherman, F 121 Sherman, Robert 414, 421 Sherman, Scott 72 Sherriffs, Alex 49, 58, 72 Shields, Andy 245 Shields, Becky 324 Shields, Jim 363 Shields, Joe 163 Shields, Sandra 95, 480 Shields, Stephen 95, 480 Shiflett, Chet 460, 480 Shifley, Joan 140 Shigemoto, Thomas121, 132, 457 Shimasaki, Janet 431 Shimasaki, Robert 257, 427, 489 Shirley, Stephen 359 Shive, Richard 461 Shliff, Sandra 435 Shluker, Jerry 391 Shoa, Irene 95, 300 Shea, Susanne 480 Shoemaker, Charles 76, 147 Shoenberger, Jon 405 Shogren, Linda 206, 307 Shogren, Richard 460 Shoun, Sally 450 Shrier, Linda 95, 580 Shuchat, Roberta 456 Shuper, Phil 355 Sibbet, Sharon 305 Sibley, Sue 307 Sidell, Michael 453 Siebel, Janet 197, 423 Siebert, Jerome 72 Siefert, John 350 Siegel, Anne 433 Siemens, Jan 306 Siemens, Joan 315 Siewert, Peter 152, 419 Sig 392 Silin, Irene 95, 454 Siluey, Rick 451 Silva, Louise 431 Silver, Karen 446 Silverberg, Nancy 302 Silveria, Ruth 110 Silverman, Barry 152, 480 Silverman, Geri 333 Silverman, Mel 95 Silverstein, David 438 Silvey, Rick 100 Simandle, Warren 257, 396 Simmons, Christine 95, 480 Simmons, Judy 65, 310 Simmons, Pat 310 Simoes, Norman 127 Simon, Jeff 480 Simon, Maurice 95, 398 Simon, Ted 372 Simonsen, Ann 480 Simonson, Wayne 147, 270 Simpson, Margaret 172, 455 Simpson, Nancy 313 Sims, Lynn 206 Sims, Patricia 143, 145, 181, 480 Singer, Sue 333 Singman, Ann 95, 314 Sipila, Chris 335 Siple, Molly 297 Sirag, Paul 425 Sirbu, Gary 95, 480 Sirlin, Jerry 399 Sirota, Diane 301 Sigmondo, Charles 480 Sitlinger, Marny 30, 37, 59, 60, 95, 172, 306, 340 Sjeklocha, Pavle 76 Skaarop, Peter 351 Skaggs, Nancy 95 Skaggs, Sanford 72 Skarsten, Carolin 296, 480 Skenfield, Mike 147 Skinner, Brooke 309 Skinner, Jeff 419 Skinner, Wayne 385 Skolnik, Rich 463 Skov, Bruce 460 Slasor, Valerie 324 Slater, Jan 302 Slater, Judy 31 Slater, Linda 433 Slater, Pat 315 Slattebo, Wendy 17, 181 Slaughter, Dennis 124, 128, 134,426 Slauson, Steve 409 Slavich, Denis 387 Slinkard, Camille 449 Slinsen, Violet 95, 454 Sloane, William 383 Sloat, Tim 377 Slobod, Beverly 95, 430 Slocum, Marcia 708,327 Sloss, Tom 417 Slowinski, Marcia 480 Slusky, Joe 203, 280, 358 Small, Elizabeth 95, 332 Small, Gregory 358 Small, Stephen 366 Smedberg, Virginia 313 Smillie, Baxter 116 Smotrich, Marvin 114 Smith, Adrienne 313 Smith, Bob 123, 383 Smith, Brian 402 Smith, Candace 317 Smith, Carolyn 55, 95, 312 Smith, Charles 143 Smith, Charles F. 429 Smith, Claretta 95, 432 Smith, Darlene 95, 326 Smith, David 55, 95, 480 Smith, David 345 Smith, Dennis 379 Smith, Dick 203, 239 Smith, Donald 117, 426 Smith, Dorman 358 Smith, Elliott 67, 95, 400 Smith, Fitzgerald 358 Smith, Greg 73, 117, 343 Smith, Jan 31, 37, 59, 65, 95, 173,181, 334 Smith, Juanita 338 Smith, Jeff 268 Smith, Jim 239, 354 Smith, Jim T 152, 180, 193, 194,480 Smith, Joel 124, 128 Smith, Kenneth 95 Smith, LaMont 143 Smith, Linda 55, 144, 197, 336 Smith, Maryly 152, 326 Smith, Michael 63, 100, 394 Smith, Milton 95, 437 Smith, Patricia 337 Smith, Patricia A. 446 Smith, Patricia L. 318 Smith, Paul B. 124 Smith, Paul E. 132, 437 Smith, Paul F. 67, 70, 352 Smith, Paul R. 132, 357 Smith, Robert 348 Smith, Robert 123, 132, 480, 483 Smith, Robin 309 Smith, Roger 121, 134 Smith, Sally 442 Smith, Scot 363 Smith, Sheri G6, 313, 361, 397 Smith, Stephen 133, 426 Smith, Susan 164, 172, 323 Smith, Susan 436 Smith, Susan 95, 324 Smith, Susie 300 Smith, Suzanne 315 Smith, Teresa 311 Smith, Virginia 436 Smith, Virginia 95, 480 Smith, Vivian 95, 330 Snider, James 95, 239, 241, 412 Snow, Jeffrey 72 Snow, Kenneth 124, 128, 133, 427 Snow, Kitsy 325 Snow, Mike 418 Snyder, Fred 272 Snyder, Mary 331 Snyder, R. 134, 203, 272 Snyder, William 147, 148, 480 Snyderman, Edi 95 So, Stephen 93 Soares, Suzanne 95, 480 Sobel, Linda433 Soden, Gary 376 Soderholm, Richard 352 Soderstrom, Lee 186, 187 Soegaard, Dennis 418 Soehrens, Barbara 181, 397 Sohigian, Gayle 315 Sohn, Cal 460 Sokol, Nicholas 383 Sokol, Suzy 206, 325 Solberg, Gary 439 Solh, Abdul 123, 133, 488 Solinsky, Liz 62, 166, 167, 309 Solinsky, Tom 181, 419, 420 Solis, Richard 114 Solloway, Judi 298 Solomon, Lynn 321 Solomon, Richard 101 Solt, Warren 480 Solter, Steve 439 Somers, Jim 419 Somerville, Bill 171 Sommarstrom, Karen 317 Sommer, Allan 143, 145, 480 Sones, Jacquelyn 336 Sonne, Blake 163, 165, 411 Sonnenberg, Fred 117, 480, 486 Sonsini, Larry 380 Sorensen, Neil 73, 143 Sorensen, Sally 206, 307 Sortais, Joseph 439 Soter, Bob 147 Sozzin, Susan 483 Soules, William 453 Sours, Marty 95, 368, 420 Southwell, Sandra 480 Soval, Priscilla 435 Spath, Lee 355 Speake, Sam 362 Spear, Audrey 431 Spear, Bob 193, 194 Speigle, Art 170 Spencer, Carolyn 307 Spencer, Jerrie 96, 332 Spencer, Mike 355 Spencer, Nancy 446 Spencer, Tom 127 Spencer, Wendy 316 Sperr, Julie 480 Sperry, Eileen 17 Speth, Katherine 163, 304 Spieth, Philip 96, 257, 480 Spilger, Ursula 96 Spilker, Andrew 417 Spillner, Wanda 480 Spinetta, Charlie 147 Spitze, Jim 133, 403 Spitzer, Mary 163, 339 Splithoff, Sharry 480 Spooner, John 258 Sprague, Marilyn 96, 290, 291, 334 Sprague, Susanne 323 Sprague, William 216, 245, 457 Sprang, Sandy 186, 187 Spreen, Gregory 258, 395 Spreiter, Sonja 336 Spring, Anita 445 Springer, Kay 327 Springer, Ronnie 319 Springer, Suzanne 325 Sproul, Robert 72 St. Amant, Barbara 96, 172, 322 St. Clair, Dean 439 St. Clair, Joseph 427 St. Sure, Don 145, 400 Staats, Bill 63, 71, 366 Stabb, Ed 427 Stadt, Marshall 114 Stadtman, Verne 72 Stafford, Richard 461 Stahl, Dave 187 Stalker, Craig 364 Stallings, Louise 65, 73, 96, 326 Standard, Robert 349 Stander, Jeffrey 73 Standley, Glenn 147 , 148, 480 Stanford, Patricia 66, 323 Stanley, Rowland 276, 385 Stanley, Wayne 100, 368 Stanley, Wendell 72 Stanton, Judy 339 Stanton, Sharon 58, 96, 434 Stanton, Tom 355 Starin, Donna 319 Stark, Ed 377 Stark, Fred 76 Stark, Harriet 332 Starn, Karen 177, 306 Stassi, John 71 Stassi, Sam 63, 216, 223, 389 Stauffer, Chuck 376 Stauert, Sue 101 Stavrum, Sheri 315 Staw, Nancy 176, 380 Stevel, Michael 358 Steel, Gerry 408 Steele, Diane 322 Steele, Wendy 325 Steer, Geoffrey 419 Steers, Jim 367 Stefani, Ronald 76, 452, 462 Steffensen, Larry 460 Stehli, Alfred 480 Steiger, Gary 439 Stein, Martin 355 Stein, William 255 Steinbach, Raleigh 252 Steinbach, Sandra 431 Steinberg, Elliot 186, 187 Steinberg, Maxine 433 Steiner, Bob 72 Steiner, David 282, 355 Steiner, Mary 328 Steiner, Pam 193, 335 Steiner, Pete 396 Steinhardt, Herbert 349 Steinhart, Jesse 72 Steinke, Fred 133, 483 Stenton, Betty 303 Sterlond, Ken 353 Stent, Peter 354 Stenton, Richard 419 Stephens, Marijean 326 Stephens, Richard 76, 452 Stephenson, Gary 396 Stephenson, Frank 209, 357 Steppling, Fredricka 96, 490 Sterling, Dean 389 Sterling, Marge 197 Stern, Lawrence 114 Stern, Mimi 339 Sternberg, Steve 267 Sterni, Carole 431 Stevens, Alex 180, 195 Stevens, Cecilia 337 Stevens, Norine 144, 423 Stevens, Vicki 164, 313 Stevenson, Mary 299 Stewart, Allen 257, 381 Stewart, Bonnie 317 Stewart, Dick 270 Stewart, George 63 Stewart, Harry 385 Stewart, Jean 96, 490 Stewart, Larry 57, 72 Stewart, Lucille 96, 480 Stewart, Lynn 298, 321 Stewart, Michael 438 Stiggall, Jim 379 Stiles, Barbara 14, 337 Stiles, Mary 174 Stinson, Judith 96,480 Stock, Michael 398 Stockton, Richard 439 Stoddard, Sue 480 Stoebe, Emily 185, 311 Stoecker, Gary 377 Stoff, Melanie 177, 302 Stohl, Audrey 456 Stohl, Al 147, 148 Stoller, Barbara 319 Stolte, Walter 127 Stone, Bill 152, 370, 420 Stone, Dave 460 Stone, Dr. Edward 147 Stone, Floyd 288 Stone, Janet 430 Stone, Mary 206, 313 Stone, Susan 96,312 Stoneman, Sandra 456 Staops, Ann 96, 310 Storey, William 408 Storm, Lexy 104, 106, 110 Stovall, Sylvia 338 Strand, John 316, 480 Strange, Kathie 310 Strasburg, Nina 481 Stratmann, Erich 199 Stripp, Fred 72, 101 Stroh, Robert 117, 341 Strom, Gay 302 Strom, Larry 211 Stromer, Dale 432 Stromsness, Chris 349 Strong, Edward 44, 72 Strople, Joseph 133, 139 Struthers, Bill 101 Stuart, James 392 Stuart, John 71,381 Stubbings, Russell 401 Stabbs, Jeffry 363 Stueland, Helle 59, 66, 206, 332 Stuhr, Katherine 96, 332 Stulgis, John 36E Stull, Roger 216, 22E Sturdevant, George 11E Sturges, Dave 34E Sturges, Thomas 367 Sturgis, Miles 35C Sturm, Grace 197 Sturmer, Barbie 303 Sucher, Stan 152, 349 Sudderth, Gerald 133, 374 Sudman, Edythe 9E Suenaga, Masak 461 Suess, Steven 362 Sugarman, Charles 391 Sugarman, Myron 391, 421 Sugasawara, Ted 461 Sukekane, Michiko 96, 444 Sukosol, Kamalee 49C Sullivan, Bob 387 Sullivan, John 257, 267 Sullivan, Lynne 166 Sullivan, Raymond 96, 481 Summers, Pete 358 Sumpson, Nancy 167, 170 Sung, H. 121 Suplin, Susan 339 Suraci, Marilyn 181 Surh, Lee 281 Surko, Cliff 283, 344, 421 Susnow, Mark 372 Suson, Kathr yne 185, 318 Sussman, Leslie 302 Sutak, Tom 460 Sutcliffe, Cynthia 206, 329 Sutcliffe, Marcia 389 Suter, Robert 402 Sutherland, Mac 280 Sutherland, Ross 402 Sutherlin, June 181, 335 Sutter, Alan 416 Sutton, Ellen 449 Sutton, Jamie 365 Sutton, Kay 329 Svetcov, Sandy 286 Swain, Susan 456 Swanson, Helen 143, 449 Swanson, Linda 297 Swanson, Linda 303 Swanson, Roger 415 Swany, Skip 352 Swarbrick 425 Swartz, Ira 453 Swartz, Jerald 124, 128 Swearingen, Ralph 379 Sweatt, Marian 443 Sweeney, Edward 376 Sweet, J. 359 Sweet, Ray 37, 158, 162, 163, 176 Swenson, James 403 Swift, Daniel 96 Swift, Janice 303 Swigard, Phil 362 Swimmer, David 67, 96, 398 Swope, Malin 481 Swoveland, Cary 415 Sylvester, Rick 285, 417 Symes, George 114 Syphers, Carolyn 431 Szeto, Whalun 124, 128 Szyler, Rosette 434 T Taber, Harold Jr 152, 396 Taber, Trish 455 Tabor, Peggy 443 Tackett, Laura Lee 434 Taggart, Jim 206, 355, 395 Takahashi, Jerry 929 Takasugi, Abraham 121, 133, 461 Takeaki, Matsubara 512 Takefuji, Kathy 207 Takei, Patty 450 Takemoto, Chizuko Carol 96, 481 Talbott, Lois 96, 296 Talcott, Jim 63, 71, 392 Tallent, Richard 368 Talley, Donald 67, 72, 140, 351 Talley, Wilson 293 Tamura, Lily 446 Tan, Alan 166, 170, 268 Tan, Chung 268 Tan, Peter 96, 481 Tanaka, Terry 489 Tanenbaum, Ilene 455 Tanenbaum, Robert 242, 439 Tang, Jeng 116, 117, 481 Tangland, Robert 133, 481 Tanisawa, Kyoko 96, 491 Taniguchi, Aimy 432 Tanner, Brian 365 Tapson, Steve 392 Tarpley, Timothy 429, 267 Tarr, Peggy 62, 208, 309 Tarry, Judy 436 Tasker, William 483 Tate, Diane 96, 481 Tate, Pat 173 Tate, Steve 352 Tate, Verna 144, 481 Tauber, Beverlee 319 Tavernetti, Dennis 57, 67, 76, 162, 166,419 Tavernetti, Leonard 385 Tayloe, Dan 285 Taylor, Diana 96, 481 Taylor, Dorene 197 Taylor, Gail 96, 481 Taylor, Janet 481 Taylor, John 376 Taylor, Kathy 307 Taylor, Marylee 11, 55, 65, 311 Taylor, Mary Lou 62 Taylor, Mike 267 Taylor, Nancy 176 Taylor, Pat 449 Taylor, Paul 63 Taylor, Robert 429 Taylor, Ronnie 372 Taylor, Terry 96, 332 Teasdale, Harold 96, 404, 421 Teel, Lewis 152, 404 Teel, Stan 405 Teel, Woody 203 Telford, Richard 96, 460 Telischak, Gail 321 Telonicher, Margaret 96, 423, 465 Templeton, Pat 181, 337 Ten Broek, Jacobus 72 Tennant, Nick 198 Tennant, Roberta 331 Tepper, Rochelle 111, 447 Territo, Francine 441 Terry, Dick 355 Terry, Loene 62, 172, 481 Terry, Mary 313 Terry, Nancy 62, 66, 181, 325 Terry, Ray 346 Test, E. Allen 419 Testerman, Paul 116 Tetelman, Karen 319 Tetly, Jane 309 Teuscher, Jim 385 Thaman, Randy 355, 267 Thatcher, Jean 447 Thayer, Beverly 446 Theel, Bob 371 Theiss, Len 147 Thelen, A. A 117, 481 Theriot, Karen 446 Theriot, Lynn 304 Thiem, Ellen 333 Thiessen, Jacquelyn 445 Thiltgen, Jean 434 Thirkell, Edward 100, 364 Thode, Paul 358 Thomas, Betty Anne 317 Thomas, Breck 276 Thomas, Cecil 171 Thomas, Craig W. 402 Thomas, Diane 337 Thomas, Frank 96, 481 Thomas, Julie 166, 325 Thomas, John Wesley 152, 384 Thomas, Mike 438 Thomas, Tom 242, 395 Thomas, Walter 124, 128 Thompson, Barbara 62 Thompso n, Brian 127 Thompson, Chris 287, 439 Thompson, Dave 229 Thompson, Don 487 Thompson, James 272, 427 Thompson, Jeff 402 Thompson, Jim 365 Thompson, Laurie 317 Thompson, Linda 336 Thompson, Margaret 297 Thompson, Steve 71, 101, 389 Thompson, Susan 197, 433 Thomson, Barbara 183, 298 Thormann, Helen 314 Thorndike, Patty-Lynn 441 Thornley, Mal 258 Thornton, Irene 424 Thornton, John I 145 Thornton, Katharine E 96, 330 Thow, Linda 96, 481 Thrash, Jim 14,438 Thurlow, William 352 Tidwell, Bill 216 Tierstein, Jill 465 Tietz, Kenneth 395 Tietz, Fritz 438 Tigar, Mike 37, 158,162 Timar, Tom 358 Timboe, Mary 309 Timmins, Terry 38, 57, 63, 67, 72, 96, 162, 163, 409 Ting, Darryl 345 Tisdale, Julie 60, 96, 481 Titelman, Karen 177 Titus, Judy 173, 323 Tjia, Phi-Ka 152, 488 Tobey, Buttons 424 Tobin, Judy 96, 316 Tobin, Lewis 257 Tobin, Tom 438 Tochterman, Ron 287 Todd, David 127 Tolchin, Ann 101 Tolchin, Barbara 433 Tollin, Darrin 307 Tolman, Gerald 133, 481 Tolman, Linda 446 Tolman, Scott 358 Tolsin, Gregg 391 Tom, Baldwin 427 Tom, Bennett 329 Tom, Celia 96, 444 Tom, Ella 445 Tomasevich, George 55 Tomasino, Linda 446 Tomosawa, Francis 114 Tompkins, Dennis 147 Tonda, Joseph 96, 351 Tone, Richard 481 Tong, Benjamin 197 Tong, Pat 436 Toni, James 377 Tonsall, William 114 Toombs, Noelle 448 Torchio, Lloyd 229 Toriumi, Carol 450 Toriyama, George 429 Toroian, Alma 456 Torres, Barry 491 Toschi, Catherine 96, 454 Toshiaki, Ueno 152 Totoro, Sharon 185 Totten, Jeffrey 350 Tourville, Gabrielle 96 Tousey, Robert 76 Tow, Danny 123 Towle, Katherine 50, 58, 162 Towne, Bob 231, 355 Townsend, Bruce 96, 481 Townsend, Leigh 287 Townsend, Ronald 453 Tracy, Julie 445 Tracy, Kathy 165, 305 Trager, Carol 449 Trask, Robert 100,481 Trason, Dennis 268, 269 Traude, Mary 314 Traum, Bob 261, 262 Trautman, William 100, 360 Travaille, Bob 379 Traverse, Polly 185, 206, 208 Traverso, Diane 325 Travis, Curtis 70, 413 Treadway, Dennis 283 Trees, Mary 340 Tregea, Forrest 58, 72, 159, 160, 162 Treiman, David 96, 481 Trenholm, Gretchen 96, 481 Treutlein, Anne 315 Trevors, Richard 458 Triebel, Sue 176, 335 Trinchero, Donna 327 Triplett, Bill 100, 418 Tripp, Jim 104 Trosper, Terry 197 Troudale, Kay 163 Troupin, Shmaryahu 133, 488 Trower, Tom 346 True, William 439 Trumbo, Jack 138, 203, 216, 223,389 Trummel, Jane 431 Tsai, Albert 96, 490 Tse, Cynthia 96, 177, 181, 444 Tseung, Edison 117, 481 Tsuba, Dennis 138, 481 Tsuchiya, Marcella 435 Tsujimoto, Eugene 114 Tsuruda, Byron 453 Tsuruta, Kinya 138, 491 Tuck, Burnis 171 Tuck, Cab 66, 309 Tuck, William 153, 378 Tucker, Erica 141 Tucker, James 376 Tucker, Susan 197 Tuemmler, Frederick 76, 147, 148 Tufts, Margaret 197, 303 Tuholski, Neil 438 Tully, Richard 458 Tully, Sue 97, 454 Tuncer, Kaya 133, 488 Turin, G. L. 124 Turner, Bill 216, 223 Turner, Bob 344 Turner, Cathy 167 Turner, Charlotte 311 Turner, Coral 431 Turner, Ian 72 Turner, Kathy 309 Turner, Nancy 97, 334, 397 Turner, Paula 297 Turner, Tom 206, 207, 409 Turula, Emily 97, 310 Tuttle, Barbara 305 Tuttle, Joey 97, 324 Twist, Peggy 62, 65, 326 Tyrogalas, George 166 Tyson, Doris 59, 60, 97, 334, 340 Tyson, Ray 216 U Uchida, George 285 Udell, Maeve 449 Uebel, Karl 76, 97, 203, 274. 481 Uerrilli, Richard 101 Uhlinger, Carol 97, 432 Ullman, Lorna ...144, 291, 481 Ullner, Mary 325 Ulsh, Steve 414 Ulyatt, Karren 208, 431 Ulyatt, Peter 152, 481 Underhill, Robert 72 Underwood, Jean 97, 481 Uno, Richard 461 Untermann, Richard 418 Uplinger, William 97, 451 Upma, Mary 481 Upshaw, Susan 430 Urban, Jackie 331 Urfer, Don 133, 368 Urrea, Peter 284 Usrey, Dennis 14 3 Ustrich, Sunny 449 Utterback, Bonnie 14, 310 Utzman, Charles 197 Uyeda, Gerald 461 Uyeminami, Kenji 152 V Vaden, Jane 448 Vagliente, Marilente 97, 481 Valdez, Agnes 97, 444 Valente, Barbara 97, 336 Valentino, Valerie 97, 481 Van Camp, Brian 38, 57, 58, 72, 157, 162 Van Court, Charles 367 Van de Water, Eric 257, 355, 421 Van Deusen, Jim 262 Van der Linden, Dirk 97 Van der Naillen, Peter 258, 405 Van Etten, Pat 65 Van Hagen, Gretchen 197 Van Hoorebeke, David 71, 76, 216, 404, 420 Van Houten, Peter 51, 72, 206 Van Hueit, Earl 229 Van Kessel, Gordon 72 Van Loben Sels, Liz 208, 325 Van Middlesworth, Dennis 453 Van Ness, Robert 152, 171, 286, 481 Van Slyke, Noel 97, 481 Van Tonningen, Linda 448 Van Tuyl, Rory 257 Van Valkenburgh, Nick 458 Van Winkle, Gail 55, 165, 481 Varner, James 461 Varty, Elizabeth 97, 481 Vasquez, Rosemary 431 Vatalaro, Ralph 390 Vatz, Art 398 Vaughn, Ron 216, 223 Vaux, Henry 147 Vaupel, James 439 Vaznaian, Carolyn 198 Vedder, Dorie 481 Veerkamp, Evelyn 337 Veirs, Ginger 193 Velasquez, John 152, 368 Venel, Paul 365 Verhoogen, Alex 365 Verhoogen, Robert 97, 257, 481 Verkozen, Jay 55, 127, 133, 360 Vetter, Christine 305 Vetter, Sheri 165 Vettez, Chris 185 Vexler, Salomon 123, 133, 487 Viale, Deanna 97, 481 Vichit-Vadakan, Viluil 97, 437 Viers, Virginia 317 Vignolo, Pauline 174, 191, 440 Vilner, David 104, 110 Vineys, Denis 97, 409 Vineys, Sue 337 Vining, Bonnie 331 Vinson, Joe 345 Vinyard, Richard 481 Viola, Maria 175 Vissio, Catherine 97, 431 Vladimiroff, Vlad 267 Voegele, Lothaire 268 Vogel, Jon 398 Vogelhut, Paul 268 Vohn, Steele 76 Vola, Arleen 160, 335 Vold, Mary 73, 97, 330 Vold, Robert 427 Volle, Merna 97, 481 Vollom, Denis 203, 239, 245 Von Borstel, Kieth 346 Vondra, Marilyn 97, 298 Vongehr, Vickie 431 Von Kneifel 97, 474 Van Schlegell, Joan 208, 329 Von Vechten, James 351 Voorhees, Barton 270, 276, 368 Vortmann, Walt 368 Vreca, Marko 488 Vukovich, Stanley 171 W Waaland, Bob 390, 481 Wacker, Michael 127, 134, 406 Wade, Howard 344 Wade, Sally 208, 325 Wade, Terrill 425 Wade, Wallace 128, 134, 481 Wadewitz, Rosita 97, 481 Wadman, William 72 Wafford, William 458 Wagenman, Carla 315 Wagner, Mike 209 Wait, Brad 38, 67, 72, 152 Waite, Kenneth 483 Waither, Terry 100, 368 Wakefield, Joe 55, 199, 428 Wakefield, Martha 449 Waksman, Barbara 436 Walcott, Linda 170 Walden, Donna 296 Walford, Michael 134 Walker, Cummings 97, 384 Walker, Gilbert 97, 404 Walker, Mike 385 Walker, Ray 100, 404 Walker, Susan 76, 448 Walker, Verla 97, 481 Wallace, Ann 449 Wallace, Cebe 191 Wallace, Diane 76 Wallace, Dodge 199 Wallace, Eric 76, 97, 488 Wallace, Pamela 197, 337 Waller, Sand ra 175 Wallis, Judith 334 Wallner, Carol 321 Walsh, Bill 215 Walsh, Edna 321 Walsh, Marianne 481 Walt, Harold 72 Walter, Jerry 229, 272 Walters, John 215 Walters, Mary 97, 324 Walthall, Stacey 287 Walthew, Nancy 431 Walton, Gary 245, 274 Walton, James 134, 393 Wang, Win 388 Wank, Richard 9, 65, 67, 76, 391 Ward, Jeff 371 Ward, Judith 97, 324 Ward, Robert 420 Warde, John 409 Ware, Mary 208, 325 Ware, Roger 390 Warren, John 387 Warren, Nancy 313 Warren, Norma 97, 481 Warrick, Sheridan 51 Washburn, Dennis 209, 458 Washburn, Elizabeth 97, 328 Washburn, Laurie 166, 290 Washburn, Ned 287 Wasleski, George 288 Wasserman, Dave 415 Watanabe, George 97, 481 Waterman, Lynn 30, 31, 38, 65,97, 172, 434 Watson, Charles 252 Watson, Dennis 385 Watson, Gary 166 Watt, Reginald 453 Wattles, Janell 152, 481 Watts, Gale 309 Way, Petie 197, 336 Wayland, Kirk 365 Wayne, Kirk 343 Wayte, Penny 322 Wean, Gordon 482 Weatherhead, Dorothy 323 Weatherhead, Margaret 173, 334, 340 Weathersby, George 482 Weatherwax, Jon 389 Weaver, Susan 482 Webb, Jay 452 Webb, Susan 162, 166, 440 Webber, Diane 303 Webber, John 377 Weber, Garey 245 Weber, Peter 367 Weber, Wendy 448 Wedum, Ellen 198 Weedon, Carol 97, 316 Weeks, Linda 327 Weeks, Marion 465 Weeshoff, Larry 278 Weidmer, Charles 123, 133 Weil, Jim 274 Weil, Richard 419 Weinberger, Arlin 321 Weinberger, Charles 343, 421 Weinberger, Howard 133, 343, 420 Weiner, Dave 281, 283 Weiner, Leon 195 Weinstein, Kathy 163 Weinstein, Sandy 301 Weipert, Donn 453 Weir, Wendy 315 Weis, Berthold 117, 482 Weisberg, Gerald 121 Weisberg, Stefanie 319 Weisenberger, Tom 268 Weiss, Bruce 367 Weiss, Jo 302 Weiss, Mike 399 Weiss, Ron 439 Weiss, Phil 258 Weizer, Diane A35 Welch, Ross 229 Weld, John 240 Welden, Mark 438 Welke, Elton 72, 100, 192, 420 Welles, Paul 278 Welles, Samuel 152, 203, 482 Wells, Kathleen 432 Wells, Linda 443 Wells, Nancy 297 Wells, Robert 428 Wells, Sue 464 Wells, William 76, 152, 197, 392 Welsh, Frank 293, 402 Weltner, Gene 193, 317 Wendelkeu, David 482 Wendell, Bob 72, 203 Wenger, Marilyn 97 Wenger, William 143, 145, 482 Wenk, Jenny 191, 435 Wentner, Alan 100, 394, 420 Wentzel, Larry 9 Werba, Judy 431 Werner, Robert 458 Wersen, Bob 167 Werthman, Toby 321 Wesoff, Larry 288 Wesolic, Roger 343 Wessing, Judy 3, 185, 326 West, Carol 330 West, John 438 Westberg, Bonnie 181, 446 Westdahl, Laurie 325 Westfall, Meredith 181 Westfall, Steve 181, 134, 482 Westmore, William 117, 482 Wets, Roger 488 Weymouth, Kathleen 306 Weymouth, William 133, 209, 358 Weyrauch, Marty 100, 346 Wharton, E. 365 Wheeler, Robert 388 Whelan, Thomas 357, 421 Wherritt, Irene 443 Wherritt, Robert 457 Whetsel, Mary 97, 482 Whilden, Kathy 180 Whilden, Steve 166, 167, 170, 193 Whipple, Brandt 100, 457 Whipple, Ed 277 Whitaker, Jim 245 Whitby, Barb 98, 334 White, Blair 147, 376 White, Carol 435 White, Cherrie 315 White, Chuck 396 White, James 358 White, Kathy 450 White, Larry 98,482 White, Linda 301 White, Michael 72, 215 White, Myra 55 White, Ruth 436 White, Sharon 63, 98, 322 White, Steffie 435 White, Stuart 181, 362, 365 White, Sue 177, 299 Whitehall, Steve 460 Whitehead, Gordon 76, 245, 274, 425 Whitehead, Joan 482 Whitehorn, Phillip 379 Whiteneck, David 63, 389 Whitfield, Anson 287 Whiting, Barbara 335 Whitley, Robert 356 Whitman, Sharon 301 Whitmore, James 268 Whittell, Polly 309 Whittemore, Ridge 354 Whitton, Donald 98 Wible, John 98, 240, 396 Wickersham, Susan 307 Wickes, Katy 174, 307 Wickman, Raymond 145, 343 Widdersheim, Linda 482 Wideman, Gary 482 Wiener, Leslie 305 Wiesner, Don 257, 353 Wight, Bob 281 Wilander, Constance 98, 312 Wilbur, Roland 293 Wildberger, Joseph 31, 72, 100, 380 Wilde, Chips 71 Wilde, Dee 1 83, 185, 296 Wilde, Hal 153, 351 Wilder, Susan 325 Wildman, Lynne 206, 332 Wiles, John 429 Wiley, Sue 10, 317 Wilkerson, Thomas 343 Wilkins, Ann 291 Wilkinson, Kathy 100, 172, 450 Willard, Kirk 462 Wille, Raymond 133, 482 Willeford, Rhetta 98, 454 Williams, Arleigh 50, 58, 72, 170 Williams, Barby 299 Williams, Barbara 304 Williams, Beth 323 Williams, Bill 67 Williams, Bill 452 Williams, Dave 240 Williams, Don 408 Williams, Douglas 329 Williams, Gerald 420 Williams, Hank 387 Williams, Harvey 100, 166, 374 Williams, Jane 465 Williams, Jerry 71, 98,160, 377, 420. Williams, Jim 363 Williams, John 363 Williams, Judy 443, 465 Williams, Pat 98, 482 Williams, Paul 98, 482 Williams, Paula 315 Williams, Ric 98, 394 Williams, Robert 287, 383 Williams, Shirley 98, 197, 430, 465 Willaims, Susan 152, 482 Williams, Tom 365 Williamson, Bob 362 Williamson, George 387 Williamson, Jack 72 Williamson, Leslie 331 Williamson, Mary 197 Williamson, Paul 293 Willis, James 458 Willis, Wanda 299 Willits, Vic 98, 270, 360 Wills, Bob 216, 223, 288 Willson, James 143 Wilner, Bob 190 Wilonder, Christie 313 Wilson, Bill 240 Wilson, Chris 397 Wilson, Clay 408 Wilson, Edward 147, 148, 374 Wilson, Ellen 327 Wilson, Garff 72 Wilson, Jane 311 Wilson, Joan 482 Wilson, Melody 305 Wilson, Miriam 98, 310 Wilson, Robert 153, 482 Wilson, Theodore 121, 133, 482 Windingstad, Karl 98, 482 Wineman, Sue 299 Winey, Sue 340 Wing, Dudley 359 Winger, Fay 445 Winicki, Syndey 349 Winsby, Sandra 326 Winsor, Julia 98, 482 Winter, Michael 121, 133, 457 Winters, Gayn 329 Wiseman, Doyle 371 Wisler, Russell 380 Wisser, Edward 63 Withunn, Bill 176, 413 Witte, Nancy 456 Wohletz, Leonard 73, 152, 482 Wohlstadter, Samuel 438 Wolcott, Frederick 133, 437 Wolcott, Linda 482 Wolf, Michael 416 Wolf, Terry 229 Wolfe, Cameron 72 Wolfe, Marsha 339 Wolfe,Patricia 197, 337 Wolff, Richard 152, 482 Wolfman, Brunetta 172 Wolfman, George 72, 260, 262 Wolfman, Rich 262 Wolfson, Bob 167 Wolny, Henry 152, 163, 451 Wolthers, Dan 242 Wonder Bruce 193, 194, 209 Wong, Alice 191 Wong, Art 14, 209, 388 Wong, Bill 180, 186, 187 Wong, Edward 133, 482 Wong, Geoffrey 38, 57, 64, 67, 72, 100, 437 Wong, Gerard 98 Wong, Gordon 491 Wong, Henrianne 435 Wong, Kayris 98, 482 Wong, Marshall 98, 482 Wong, Paul 268 Wong, Peter 388 Wong, Peter J. 138, 437 Wong, Phillip 98 Wong, Ralph 123, 138, 482 Wong, Robert 133, 461 Wong, Thomas 133, 481, 490 Wong, Victoria 338, 482 Wong, Wardon 438 Wong, William 58, 72 Wong, William 98, 482 Woo, Karen 197, 436 Wood, Barbara 73, 98, 312 Wood, Byron 100, 370, 421 Wood, Donald 462 Wood, Edwin 76, 359 Wood, Steve 460 Wood, Susan 183, 433 Woodard, Nancy 206, 325 Woodland, Robert 482 Woodman, James 123 Woodman, Stan 460 Woodruff, Barry 418 Woodruff, William 482 Woodward, Frank 72 Woodward, Mike 392 Woodworth, Carol 446 Wooldridge, Nancy 98, 482 Woolley, Billi 321 Woos, Gene 388 Worden, Don 206, 402 Worswick, Sabra 66 Worth, Terrie 331 Worthington, Janet 333 Wright, Bill 255 Wright, Mary 185, 321 Wroobel, Vic 116 Wu, Henry 170 Wu, Laurene 183, 436 Wu, Vincent 491 Wueste, Bob 240 Wulf, Dick 347 Wurster, William 135 Wykoff, Frank 76 Wynne, Dave 100, 380 Wynne, Doug 14, 67 Y Yamaguchi, Susan 431 Yamakaki, John 138, 482 Yamakawa, David 72 Yamamoto, Barbara 443, 465 Yamanaka, Ida 208 Yamasaki, Arthur 439 Yamato, Victor 216, 461 Yan, Cherry 117,482 Yandell, Sharon 430 Yang, Lucy 482 Yasuto, Tana 134, 427 Yatabe, Linda 450 Yeager, Bill 365 Yeatts, Gary 76 Yeazell, Gerald 121, 133, 482 Yee, Barbara 100, 482 Yee, Henry 72 Yeung, Kin 138, 490 Yip, Rodney 134, 462 Yokota, Esther 98, 482 Yoshihara, Isami 133, 482 Yoshikawa, Ken 133, 438 Yost, Paul 359 Young, Ann 321 Young, Carol 98, 336 Young, Cathrin 482 Young, Jed 402 Young, Jone 482 Young, Julie 317 Young, Karen 310 Young, Marie 144 Young, Pamela 436 Young, Patricia 430 Young, Peggy 311 Young, Phil 110 Young, Richard 388 Young, Robert 127 Young, Roger 353 Young, Ronald 352 Young, Sheldon 427 Younnel, Kathleen 456 Yuki, Peni 423 Z Zacher, Gary 359 Zagone, Bob 110 Zahn, Steven 280, 399 Zaik, Jean 98, 336 Zalkind, Steve 211, 415 Zander, Diane 447 Zanville, Marilyn 98, 482 Zarcone, Paul 483 Zaretsky, Irving 161 Zech, Walt 397 Zehman, Pam 302 Zeller, Karen 456 Zerolis, John 167 Zidell, Eden 339 Ziegler, David 482 Zimmer, Kay 117, 306 Zimmerman, Peter 76, 402 Zimmerman, Bill 415 Zimring, James 399 Zion, Ravel 301 Ziunuska, John 147 Zorn, Steve 186, 187, 362 Zossman, Linda 186 Zucker, Barbara 98, 454 Zuckerman, Bernice 302 Zugman, Howard 133, 482 Zupnik, Barbara 433 Zusman, Steve 399 Zussman, Linda 187, 441 Zwakenberg, Don 11, 55, 371 Zwerling, Louis 398, 421 Zwillinger, Grey 429 Zwingle, Cary 352 110 ESHLEMAN HALL UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY 4, CALIFORNIA ELAINE HENNING Editor KENDRA MON Manager 1962 Blue and Gold Dear Reader, The BLUE 4 GOLD means more than a yearbook to us. It means hard work: It means selling yearbooks at the end of reg-lines, recruiting, typing, filing, meeting deadlines, and more selling, recruiting, typing, filing, and deadlines. It means fun: the Publications Party, bull sessions, decorating our Christmas tree, sharing Justice League comic books, an end-of-the-year staff party, and community sings. It means memories of a trip to Salt Lake City, of Wally ' s talk at a staff meeting, of Publications Board meetings, of being locked out of the office, of pleading with the postmaster at 6:02 pm to let us mail our 128 pages on deadline day, of the day we decided to paint our mock Campanile for a sales stunt and ended up painting the first floor of Eshleman instead, of Snoopy and TGIF, and of triumphant cries of " It checks! " It means ten more pounds each of donuts, cupcakes, and brownies on deadline days, candy bars from our candy machine , cokes, refreshments at parties, and a sumptuous banquet. Perhaps most important of all, the BLUE GOLD means wonderful people, to whom we are grateful: to Wally Frederick who was very helpful and encouraging--to Diana Bradley who could always be counted on for imaginative ideas and two helping hands--to Raymonde Adams who always solved all the bookkeeping problems we couldn ' t and with a smile (!)--to Publications Office (Connie, Maria, and Kathy)--to our printer, Mr. Lorin Wheelwright, and assistants, Norma Burnham and Goff Dowding, for keeping track of our yearbook--to Rappoport Studios and Mr. Bill Hawes--to Mr. Sam Kasakoff who is a wonderful photographer, loves Cal girls, and gives free psychiatric help to Mr. Ed Kirwan of Graphic Arts Department for his patience as well as his photography and to his efficient staff Maureen, Nancy, Harold, and Merg--to Dede Lyman who chose the poetry for the tip-ins--to Mr. Cooper and his helpers for setting up our table and umbrella--to Charles Schulz for giving us permission to use PEANUTS characters in our publicity--to Oski who helped promote sales--to the DAILY CAL, especially Bill, Josh, Gracie, and Cebe, who helped with publicity--to the Cashier ' s Office for being so patient with our accounting errors--to Toni and Sandy who wrote so many postcards--to Marilyn for buying our office supplies and yummy refreshments--to Julie, Eva, and Ellen who put in many hours on numerous accounting letters--to Alison and Joan for managing the studio--to Karen, our top salesgirl, who radiated enthusiasm--to Nancy an efficient worker and a very special person--to Gordon who was helpful, understanding, and patient with a Manager-wife who was seldom home--to Don who ran the candy machine and edited the sports--to Betsy who coded pictures and typed--to Suzy who found time between work and classes to get another copy folder--to Phil for marvelous pictures, layouts, and ideas--to our Art Staff: Bruce for the drawings, Eugene for the cover, Bonnie for layouts, and Toni for lettering--to LeRoy, our friendly neighborhood index editor--to Dee who paginated pages during semester break and scheduled houses through studio--to Carol for typing index cards--to Roberta for reading copy--to Jo Allyn who slaved on the activities section--to Frosty for figuring out the IRB organizational structure--to the entire managerial and editorial staffs who contributed in a big way to the meaning of the BLUE AND GOLD--to the reader without whom all this would be impossible. Thank you. Sincerely yours, kendra mon elaine henning 1962 Blue and Gold Elaine Henning Editor Kendra Mon Manager Don Frank Sports Editor Betsy Rogers Pictures Editor Suzy Shadinger Copy Editor Phil Branch Photo Editor Nancy Fletcher Associate Manager Allison Armstrong Assistant Manager Karen Jones Promotion Manager Printing The Wheelwright Press Cover The Wheelwright Press Binding The Wheelwright Press Portraits Rappoport Studios Photography Graphic Arts Eshleman Library University of California 4

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