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The Pilgrimage was for many Seniors the last time that they would see the Berkeley campus. The crowning touch to the week of festivities was the Banquet and Ball in San Francisco. At midnight, the Senior Sweetheart was crowned, as the seniors danced into the morning that brought their commencement and farewell to Cal. The Baccalaureate at Hertz Hall reminded the seniors that their carefree days were over, and that more serious concerns would now arise to challenge their four years of preparation. class of ' 65 The President ' s and Chancellor ' s Reception at House gave many seniors a chance to renew their acquaintance with the men who had contributed so much to making Cal a great university. Besides holding the traditional Senior Farewell at LaVal ' s, replete with wine, women and song, the Gin Fizz Breakfast (what better way to begin their last day as seniors?), and the Alumni Luncheon, to which both the seniors and their parents were invited, the Class of ' 65 re-established the as an event of Senior Week. The seniors ventured by land and sea to the fores ts primeval on Angel Island, to enjoy a from Berkeley with steaks and punch ' 65. The year has been one of turmoil and trial for the University as well as for each one of us. The four years here at Berkeley, and especially this senior year, have equipped us more fully to deal with the challenges of the outside world. We have questioned, we have listened, we have learned, we have indulged, we have tolerated. At the University we have had time to experiment; let us hope that we have used this time well in our insulated circumstances, for after today, what we do will have concrete consequences.
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solitude... remembering our days here... dreaming of the future as we, the seniors go forth to a new beginning ROW ONE — Fred Ybarra: Riverside; Mathematics-Statistics; Alpha Phi Omega; Elections Council Chairman. Rendow Yee: Sacramento; Civil Tower and Flame; American Society of Civil Engineers. Clifford Yokomizo: Oakland; Mechanical Engineering; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Pi Tau Sigma. Barbara Yost: Richmond; ROW TWO — Kun Youn: Berkeley; Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi. Geraldine Young: Oakland; Biological Sciences. Julie Young: Los Angeles; Spanish; Delta Gamma; Women ' s Rally Committee; Torch and Shield. Mike Young: San Francisco; German; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Tower and Flame. ROW THREE — Peggy Young: San Gabriel; Spanish. Ronald Young: San Francisco; Finance; Pi Alpha Phi. Ronald Young: Glendale; Mechanical Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. Hing-Cheng Yuen: Hong Kong; Civil Engineering; American Society of Civil Engineers; Glee Club; Chinese Students Association. ROW FOUR — Kaye Yuen: Los Angeles; Mechanical Engineering; Bowles Hall; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Photo Club; Chinese Students Club. Wei-Ling Yuen: San Jose; Biological Sciences. Adachi Yukiko: Berkeley; Criminology. Rosemarie Yule: Japan; Communications and Public Policy; Spens-Black Hall; Oski Dolls; Le Cercle Francais. ROW FIVE — William Yunt: Lindsay; Economics; Cal Band; Straw Hat Band; Putnam Hal! Association. Haim Zaklad: Israel; Mechanical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Tau Sigma. Walter Zech; Santa Ana; Zoology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President. Tina Zee: San Diego; Bacteriology; Ida Sproul Hall; Honor Students Society. ROW SIX — Ronald Zeiger: Los Angeles; Electrical Engineering; Society of Electrical Engineers. Pam Zekman: Chicago, Illinois; English; Alpha Epsilon Phi. ROW SEVEN — Jacqueline Zeller: Los Angeles; Sociology; Treble Clef. John Zerolis: Berkeley; Political Science; " Daily Californian. " ROW EIGHT — Isabel Zlot: Vallejo; Decorative Art. Bernice Zuckerman: Walnut Creek; Nutritional Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Phi. ROW NINE — Nancy Zuckerman: Santa Monica; Political Science. Joan Zukin: Sherman Oaks; Political Science; Stern Hall; AWS Activities Senior Week Committee. ROW TEN — Barbara Zupnik: Burbank; Business Administration; Hall; Phi Chi Theta. Madeline Zysman: Los Angeles; Social Welfare.
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revive senior week activities of bygone years Commencement exercises, June 1965.
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