University of California Riverside - Tartan Yearbook (Riverside, CA)

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1 1 THE UNIVERSITY UF CHIIFURHIA QT DEDICATION As U, C. R. has risen in fame, so has its own Herman T. Spieth. He joined the staff in 1953 and established the Division of Life Sciences. He served for a time as professor of Zoology, and in 1956 .he succeeded Dr. Gordon S. Watkins as Provost. ln September 1958, he became Chancellor of the University. In appreciation of his service to our campus, we hereby dedicate the 1959 Tartan to Dr. Herman T. Spieth. H Tx Foreword Although the newest member of the University of California, Riverside has gained pre-eminence as one of the leading small colleges in the nation, thus proving the old adage, "good things come in small packages." Through the inter-action of faculty and students, this standing was attained, a standing which we hope will continue to gain in stature. 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' 5415 -cw. ,5. 4 I 4 1' if VY'-' 4 , -X: .Hf 1 1 'I LL' A: f'1 L ,' Q is -+4 in is -2 'ff 3' ':.1 c I. X K. 12325 xi ,js-QW. Ralph Waldo Emerson once remarked: "Our chief want in life is some- body who shall make us do what we can." I should like to take these words as the theme of my message for the l959 Tartang for it seems to me that no more important service could be done for today's college and university students than to make them live up to the limit of the talents and opportunities that are theirs. Perhaps never before have the opportunities for individuals of talent and training been so nearly limitless. You who are students today will live to see a fantastically changed world, and you may have some part in creating that world, if, to paraphrase Emerson, you find a motivating force that will make you do what you can, rather than merely what you cannot escape. Clark Kerr Statewide President Clark Kerr Administrators Tlie Regents of the University of California: Cseated left to right! Regents Naffziger, Lincoln, Hansen, Hearst, McLaughlin, Carter, Haggerty, McFadden, Steinhort, Cstand- ing letl' to right? Regents Boyd, Storke, Haggar, Pauley, President Kerr, Canody, Olson, Vaughn, Sullivan and Simpson. Dr. Harry R. Wellman, Vice President-Agricultural Sciences The appearance of each year's TARTAN is, inevitably, a time of mingled sadness and gladness: sadness, because we say goodbye to another graduating class, to familiar faces, gladness, because in these pages are captured forever some of the unique experiences of days which, while leading to the fulfillment of careers, will always have their own strong claim to our affections. Not the least of the pleasures and satisfactions which these pages will invoke for you in future years, will be the knowledge that while you were a member of this academic community you were richly absorbing not only the pleasures, plus the trials and tribulations of undergraduate life, but also the intellectual and spiritual awareness we have striven for so unceasingly here at UCR. Thus your TARTAN will be for you a two-fold joy-the fond remembrance of the past and a reminder of the life of the mind and spirit which enlightened your undergraduate days. ' Herman T. Spieth Chancellor Herman T. Spleth o o Administrator' at UCR X Dr. Robert A. Nisbet, Dean of the College of Letters and Science Loda Mae Davis, Dean of Women Thomas L. Broadbent Deon of Students Edwin Coman, Head Librarian Purchasing Agent Murphy, Business Manager O'Neill, Controller Schoonover Other Francis D. Gurll, Registrar f ig Administrators Director of Student l-leolth Dr. Frederick Vletch with nurses Doris Ingersoll ond Mary Iversen, and Fran Bllderback. VMQ:-og, - W g I 1 ,. 4 Q -f ,.. Wet Q R "'re:5i,f L 5 -gf?-. 5' 'Sl I T ?' 1'l' '- W av in mix ,f WV? f ':, - ' s ' axis.-6:2 5 '-' 'f 'I-LL' ,' .- 19 '-T3-N7 .,. .,:-. ' 51- .,4.,,, , ,,V1-Q:,,1.,:1e4pq32g,,.1,,,, , gg, 1- b .- f Q1-'hill-'g..1w,'g2','3.t1.'7,.g'5J. M0 Z'-V '. ,. 'Q-:,,:',,,',e'12.e1'51ff F - eaii if 2 ff' 1 :g ,w:7.51:4gg, '- .1,, Q: 1' '2fgi1A'S1Z1L,3E1 :ft .e ?"-fm' ':hsf:-.13Wf'- 2 : ,r1Ef1Er' 11 2 . 4-wweirkle: 7 University Police Chief Captain Schroeder and Manager of the Barn Julian Amador msg., Dr. John Olmsted, Chairman of the Division of Humanities. Philosophy, Art and Music Departments, Donald C. Johns, Music, William H, Reyn- olds, Music, William J. Coe, Art, Jean S. Boggs, Art, Edwin J. Simon, Music, David Harrah, Philosophy, absent when picture was taken, Philip E. Wheelwright, Philosophy, Oliver A. Johnson, Philosophy, William T. Bradshaw, Art. Language Department, lseated clockwise around table? Edson M. Chick, German, Guenther C. Rimbach, Modern Languages, W. Dyfrig Evans, Classics, Paul Straubinger, German, Thomas L. Broadbent, German, Douglass S. Parker, Classical Civilization, Manuel de Ezcurdia, Spanish, lstandingl ' Robert J. Glickman, Spanish, Bradford Cook, French, Gino L. Rizzo, Romance Languages, absent when picture was taken, Donald G. Daviau, German, Henry W. Decker, French, Terrence L. Hansen, Spanish, Andre C. G. Malecot, French. Why? Why the Treaty of Westphalia? Why did Henry Adams seek an education? ls there an absolute standard of right and wrong? Why impressionistic art? These and other questions the students asked themselves as they attended classes in the Humanities division. The question "Why?" became o device to lead the students into new worlds ot thought-Philosophy, English, Humanities, Art, Music, and Languages. Faculty mem- bers of the Humanities division made themselves available for consultation and discussion on such issues as these. English Department: William V. Whiteheadg George A. Knoxg Derek K. Colvilleg William L. Sharpg Richard G. Bornesg Mortimer R. Proctorg William Eltong Milton Millerg Harold V. Gouldg Thomas R. Edwardsg Douglas N. Cookj obsent when picture was taken, Herbert S. Linclenbergerg John T. Brown. Humanities Division K History Department: Ernst Ekmang Marion L. Rappeg Mack E. Thompsonj Robert V. Hineg Albert D. Lewisj John L. Beattyp Theodore H. Von Laueg James B. Parsonsj absent when picture was taken, L. Marshall Van Duesen. f ,-'.v1a2:.4saW74z0zkWw5sm+:v3-.Awefsgwxswzevffiwfm:2-Q4s:f1.m1v::1i4Wi4Wfwflwzriiw '. ,:..-..a fri- - -- A - -ffvr --- 'm' -'--""""""" " 21 l Physical Sciences :-f ln the Physical Sciences practical application of classroom theories was attained through laboratory work and field trips. Freshmen struggled through Physics, Chemistry, and Math courses, they asked the question "How?" Their upper division lab assistants had gone ahead to ask the question, "Why?" in relation to more advanced fields of knowledge. ln their attempt to answer these ques- tions faculty and students together conducted research projects. - UCR's Physical Sciences Department has shown outstanding work in this the technical age of satellites, rockets, and atomic power. W. Conway Pierce, Chairman of the Division oi Physical Sciences. ?QX swxmmn... Chemistry Department: Donald T. Sawyer, George K. Helmkamp, James F. Hornig, absent when picture was taken, James N. Pitts, Harry W. Johnson, Hartland H. Schmidt, Thane H. McCulloh, Geology, Frank W. Dickson, Geology, - Michael A. Murphy, Geology. Physics Department: Walter T. Ogier, Donald McCollum, Robert Mathematics Department: Efrem H. Ostrowg Howard G. Tucker, L. Wild, Allan M. Russell, John T. Harding, Thomas T. Taylor, Richard G. Gilbert, Charles J. A. Halberg, Richard L. McKinney, absent when picture was taken, Robert R. Hewitt, Charles E. Vernon A. Kramer, absent when picture was taken, Willard 005- D. James. Dean R. Parker, Life Sciences. K Chairman of the Division of Life Sciences Although students in the Division ot Life Sciences can't isolate the origin of lite, they did learn the answers to basic questions con- cerning the functions of living organisms and plants. Biology, as well as Comparative Anatomy, Botany, Bacteriology, Zoology, and Physi- ology, were offered to students majoring in pre-med and other related biological fields. With the opening ot the new Lite Sciences building, the working space for this department will be greatly increased. Zoology Department, Dean R. Parker, Adolfo Ruibal, lrwin M. Newell, Timothy Proutg absent when picture was taken, Warren J. Gross, Wilbur W. Mayhew. ' Eugene H. Cota-Robles, Bacteriology, Victor l-l. Goodman, Botany, Carlton R. Bovell, Bacteri- dlogy, Lars l-l. Carpelan, Biology, absent when picture was taken, Frank'C. Vosek, Botany. 5 fi of Jil if w , 5 i f . X-,Z-" 1 5 . r . ,,.. A A if it '7 In :fx fl? f.-. 1 if ll A fi: slyisbifilf, Lara . 1:-.5 vs. we V .ML - ,ga-,A q zzp- A . fi Ja. . ,. , 1-,qgz-ww ftgt Qifegi m .-.-.J , ,Qs fc sits.:-as- t sv:w ,-me - E . gs f if . f'-wz.,1-wf:f:,-'a- -, 'r , er-:.f -, Q-fs, ' f' ,. -17: , ff o J A , i, 4 rv. -1 A V -4-1-'film 1' , Ic e- tfg.515L,g,st5Q5af l VJ. V, My V: 2, , W 'Y A " -, . t 'f' 1.-. J ,.,w.: ..... M V VV 'i ' '- V Jack E. Hewitt, Chair- man Of the DSDOVT- " M,,g-': " ' ment of Physical Edu- cation. Physical Education To the Physical Education Department were raised such questions as, "Should we have a football team?" and "Should physical education be a required course?" Althoughfthe first question is unanswerable at the present, the second draws immediate replies from the staff. One look at the variety of courses offered the students shows why the physical educa- tion courses are important as well as enjoyable to an indi- vidual. Courses offered range from social dance to judo, and includeitennis, life-saving, bowling, and modern dance. The department also offers an inter-collegiate and intra-mural sports program. Education is seeking and questioning. ln Social Sciences, man in particular is questioned-his unique thinking pro- cesses, his social' attitudes, and his influence on the world about him. These and other anthropomorphic topics are con- sidered in such classes as Psychology, Geography, Ethics, Political Science, Anthropology, Sociology, and Education. John S. Caylor, Psychology, Marvin Nachman, Psychology, Arden K. Ruddell, Education' Eugene H. Eisman, Psychology, Lada Mae Davis, Social Sciences, James R. l-lartley, Education, absent when picture was taken, Frank Laycock, Education, John M. Grossbery, Psychology, Jack D. Mezirow, Education. Division of V sion of Social Sciences l l I Q Arthur C. Turner, Chairman of the Divi- Department Department of Physical Education: George B. Pearson, Christina L. Schlundt, Doris P. Buxton, Lawrence G. Allen, Wayne H. Crawford, Jack E. Hewitt, Cin frontl Carl W. Selin, Franklin A. Lindeburg. --fra mm Social Sciences K Frank F. Lee, Sociology, Charles E. Woodhouse, Sociology, John F. Goins, Anthropology, absent when picture was taken, Robert A. Nisbet, Sociology. 405' ,rwy '1 1' -qsxh l-l. Frank Way, Political Science, Arthur C. Turner, Political Science, Richard C. Bernhard, Economics, David S. McLellan, Political Science, Donald A. Corbin, Economics.: absent when picture was taken, Gordon S. Watkins, Economics, Hugh G. J. Aitken, Economics, l-l. Homer Aschrnann, Geography, Francis M. Carney, Political Science, William L. Thomas, Geography, Carl G.. Uhr, Economics. 25 Citrus Experiment Station ' 9 3 - One aspect of biological control is a constant surveillance of the Aphytis cultures so that any change may be immediately observed. Left to right: Samuel A. Sher, vice-chairman of plant nematology, Walter Reuther, chairman of horticulture, Alfred M. Boyce, director of C. E. S., Morris J. Garber, assistant biometriciang John T. Middleton, chairman of plant pathology. The Citrus Experiment Station is the oldest division of the Riverside campus, having been established some titty years ago. From the greenhouses and experimental buildings have come many discoveries which have had a revolutionary effect upon agriculture throughout the world. Some of the fields under study by men from all parts of the world are plant pathology, soil and irrigation problems, plant bio- chemistry, biological control, and entomology. Homer D. Chapman, chairman of soils and plant untritiong Robert L. .Metcalt, chairman of department of entomology, Walton B. Sinclair, chairman of plant biochemistry, Oscar A. Lorenz, vice-chairman of vegetable crops, Curtis P. Clausen, chairman of biological control. Field release of selected parasites is one phase ot the work carried on by the Red Scale Project. QLQLSSZES Seniors As they come to the end of their college career the seniors can look back on the four years at UCR with pride and a feeling of accomplishment. There will never be another class like this senior class. Because of fine work done in every field of study many members of this class will be going on to graduate schools with the aid of fellowships and grants. As Highlanders bid farewell to the class of '59 they do so with the hope that the memories of UCR will be with them in their various walks of life. .1 .1 Senior Class Officers, left to right: Norma Wilson, Publicity Chairman, Elizabeth O'Bryant, Vice-President, Joe Civalleri, President, Kay Davidson, Treasurer, Shirley Woods, Social Chair- man, Mary Richards, Secretary. LINDA JANE ALLRED Life Sciences - Divisional I ZELMA JANE BALLARD Social Sciences-Divisional MERVIN RUSSELL BARNES JR. Physical Sciences-Mathematics German Clubg Math Clubj Foot- ' ball Teamg Swim Teamg Big "C" Society. WILLIAM ROBERT BASKETT Physical Sciences-Physics JULIA GABRIELLA BLACHE Social -Sciences-Divisional DONALD MILTON BLACKMAN Life Sciences-Pre-Med Gaels, Treasurer, Vice-Presidentj Sophomore Class Presidentg Judicial Councilg Cal Clubg Order of the Golden Thistle. WILLIAM HOLT BLAIR JR. Physical Sciences-Physics V 32 BRENT ROWLAND BROWNING Lite Sciences.Pre-Med CHARLES ANTHONY CHRISTY Physical Sciences-Chemistry American Chemical Society JOSEPH GERALD CIVALLIERI Social Sciences-Economics Freshman Class Presidentg Senior Class Presidentg Xanadu. CARL RUDOLPH COLISTA Social Sciences-Anthropology Football Teamg Big "C" Society. SEGRID DEE DAVIDSON fi l-lumonifies-l-listory FREDERICK CHRISTENSEN COLLEY Life Sciences-Biology SARA SHUFFLETON CROWELL Sociol Sciences-Divisionol Choir History Club I JEAN ANNE COULSON Life Sciences-Zoology lewmon Clubg Cocluceus Society x KAY DIAN DAVIDSON Humanities-Art History Prytaneong Senior Closs Treasurer 4 WILLIAM ROGER DAVIS Life Sciences-Pre-Med A. S. U. C. R. Presidentg University Ployersg l-leod Yell Leoderg Order of the Golden Thistleg Xcmcidug Col. Clubg Big "C" Society. 33 ELEANOR DeWOLFE Social Sciences-Divisional Glengarriesg Prytaneanj Junior Class Treasurerp Cal. Club: Judicial Council. 'DARRELL JAY DODSON Physical Sciences-Physics EDWARD CHARLES DUFFY Social Sciences-Economics MAX HENRY ELDER Physical Sciences-Physics Physics Clubj Executive Committee RONALD LEE ENDEMAN Life Sciences Biology Commissioner of Athletics Big C Society Vice President Gaels Or der of the Golden Thistlet Basket- ball Team. PEGGY ANN DUNCAN Social Sciences-Divisional Glengarries, President, Social Chair- manp Cali Clubg Judicial Councilg Prytanean, Presidentg Uni Camp Board. x .X X 1 1 fi uf IN N I x f x Z if 'WN' N 'S f 2 5 ' ll, f' Q if fl 1 EUGENE CARL FRANCIS Physical Sciences--Physics V-Jr' vx . -.f --' ' ' 4 S, ,' ROSALEE ZEPIK GARNSEY Social Sciences-Divisional Prytaneanj 'Glengarries I rf N ESMOND ARISTOTLE GROSZ JR. Physical Sciences-Chemistry Junior Class Vice Presidentg Tennis Teamg Gaelsg Big "C" Societyg Sen- ior Representative to AMS. CAROL LEE HALL Humanities-History History Club, Secretaryj AWS Pro- gram Chairmong Woman's Tennis Team. PHILIP NOEL HAMMONS Life Sciences--Zoology University Playersg Highlander Staffg Caduceus Societyj Basketball Team, Managerg Big "C" Society. 'JOHN W. HAN FT Humanities-English E WALDO E. HATTERY JR. Social Sciences-Political Sciences Football Teamj Tartan Staffp Newman Club MARTHA JANE HICKS l-lumanifies-Spanish Tartan Eclitorg Choirg Chairman of Fine Arts Music Competition. ARLES ALBERT JIMENEZ Social Sciences-Divisional EDWARD JOSEPH HEWITT' Physical Sciences-Physics '36 ATHOMAS JENE HOOPER Life Sciences-Zoology KAREN JOHNSON Life Sciences-Biotechnology Caduceus Society " J - . .ie X 1- ...W J . . i K 4 'Iv me 1 A is i 'K mx 3 , .,,,-zygsa , aff: , .. - .,: N.1,. 4 , 5 gr- , ' 'Q X 2 5 2 X v xx 4 :A lx W X wh x I X X R ALVIE DALE JONES Humanities-Spanish Xanadu x I I ' A2356 tcp , 56'- Faqgxf 51, : ' "" iff: ,J i:"-f, LE gms . mm. - Q1 1 ' xii? ' I im -- : I ' : 11:2 - ' - .. I If A Tr V , ,ET Nfu1 X 1 5 ,JJ A , . v f .xv 'fl I' "2 E? 'I 1 , 1 'Q 1 , I, , I Y is --I , '- gn, ,"'l in . ' I :fra ci, 'vs -' 1 3252.17.53 it , Q iv.. wg, W, ,, ' , . .1 J 3 A 'i,"u+': 4' A ..3..-.T." fi, ' Q -I --I !4-1i::5:.v,w-'ka-- -ea la ' S MARKELL WILLIAM KOHN Life Sciences-Zoology Caduceus Society, Treasurer NORMAN ROBERT LARSEN Physical Sciences-Geology Geology Clubp Choir . 7. 1 DOUGLAS McINTOSH JONES JR. Social Sciences-Political Science 1 .P ff ,fx " ff 1 77' fvfff Qitiuw -3' 1 W .Il ,tk-"-.vc x- f,j"u',: ' a'Q4'aq?'ifkffl,. ' A if ,Atv Q ,, V I 5 igbd I . zf,,,q4x:f:,fg5s , I glklniggllwsffxx 'fgff ww -li 'Q'.j.'fr:fff':fI" ,I ,ya I ,x , '7 r ' v w' I w r v' V r 'I I I I I RICHARD M LANTZ Humanities History '3 ' - V 21,5171 I . .':'3z21':f W"-me ' ' I I ,VI if f Y f ff lil f X ' 1' J 4 f f f fy 4 I f, f if I ,f f f ' w' in M mf , 0 My I fy' A f 5 , J ff f ,f 21 fZ'y 7 ' ., X, A.. if fr- wry' , 9.440 , i,m.,.,' ,. :,,f,, , ,. I ,f 'iyg k 3 "f ' "- FY ' V . "wg, -lg:-.,,,: , 47 ' Y f of f Z V! 1, X Q 1 I ff , fy, '7 f ,4 1 W 4: ' M9 1 , f f, f 1 if , 1, , f f f f ul - 1 , -1. 'mar -,V-raw, , ' 1-'C . -1'1l'i'ff-"7 ff' , ,' I'-' ' 431 v . Z.. 'f?W" . 'V' A f ff, aqiaf?-5E::!fQ:f4?1f:' 3 Eg' vga? 1' :W .17 W1-,Sew " 1-uw ' ,L L , . Lim-ffm-:,,yf,3: .1 ,1- -,gg-' " , in 1 W..4,my.,.,d, ,, 1 , ,C , Q ifnwfg, -'31, fa, 41: - ,U 4 cm':4fIK.,'56f..f, V A , ,- f .11 , ,,iy I. My I HARRY VALENTINE LELAND Life Sciences-Zoology Caduceus Societyg Interfaith Council 37 xr Y 9 I is 'YYYH f1':"f'r"a':x-5 IMP If-1,153-fgfgax I SANDRA SKOLNIK LEVINSON Humanities-History History Club BRENDAN GAIL LONERGAN Social Sciences-Psychology Newman Club, Presidenfj Psychol- ogy Club, Sec reta ry. w ' fi K JUDITH ANN MACHADO Humanities-English Orchestrag Tartan Staff RICHARD McKELVY MARTIN Physical Sciences-Chemistry American Chemical Sociefv, Pres. LEE ANN MARSHALL Life Sciences-Zoology ASUCR Secretaryj Tartan Ediiorg Prytanecmg Cal. Club. DONALD DEAN MEARS Social Sciences Football Teamg Big "C" Society Xanadu. ROMAIN ALPHONS MEES Physical Sciences-Mathematics Q fy . 'yi X. Nigga, Y MICHAEL ALBERT MILLS Social Sciences-Economics Choirj World'University Serviceg Forum. I MINI CHARLES MASON MITCHELL Social Sciences-Divisional Football Team 'i if . .. 6, "'gfQ:e'-ag 1 f S1 ,.,., .. ,,.. ,f 4,,,, .V ,,-, W ' "-, 1-L ' ... ,:f:':.E:e ',..1q-'-.,4,, s V ..,. L 7.v ,.,.,, , " ' J ,.+:1-- 7 .ei-:az , 1: -. ,. ' 'f'r::-13"'f' ' " 21, ll ' -"-' 15- -L 51.524-A . I 1 .:24,-af -f I ' 1 211- 1ge'i.f2z22.1ff2.1-' ' 1 if ' . ' T DUARE MUNRO Life Sciences-Biology BETTIE EMMA MURRAY Life Sciences-Bacteriology Caduceus Societyg Order of the Golden Thistle. DAVID WALTER MUSSO Physical Sciences-Ma'rhema'rics Football.Teamg Big "C" Societyg German Clubg ASUCR Treasurer. HOWARD LEE NEEDLES Physical Sciences-Chemistry Choirp American Chemical Society LESLIE GRIFFITH NICHOLSON Humanities-Art History Choirg Interfaith Council CAROL ROSE PATTESON Social Sciences Glengarries ELEANOR ANN NEEL Social Sciences-Divisional 40 ELIZABETH JANE 0'BRYANT Humanities Junior Class Secretaryj Senior Class Vice Presidentj Glengarriesg Prytan- eang Orchesis. DAVID MALCOM PETERSON Humanities-History Highlander Staff, Editorg Xanaduj Cal. Clubg Order of the Golden Thistlej Choir. -1 ,gs . , - 3' : f. ,, ' A-X 1-'VMNB -pw' ' - S f- . X . 1 A, ,1 ,.. .-,jf Xk N.. .,.. I .. x S i 1' N.,-' . 'i ii N f1 .,f L.. :lk Q if - l 3 1 S X O5 f GARY EDWARD PURVIS Physical Sciences-Physics JOHN GAYLORD RAU Physical Sciences--Mathematics ASUCR Vice Presidentg Commis sioner of Rallies and Assemblies Gaelsg Big "C" Societyg Cal. Clubg Order of the Golden Thistle. 1 HENRY RAMSY JR. Social Sciences Cal. Clubg Baseball Teamg Judicial Councilg Debate Teamj 'Big "C" Society. , 1:':,q:,. if if PATSY Louise RAY 5 2 ,JP ny , 43, Af, f , 4,4734 X , W ,, , za, . ,,f if , ci 4, R 5 ' Wf, ff? , , M ' I , f Q' , m b .ll-A ' . ff if em 2 K g v f 4 J if . ,av ' Social Sciences Tartan Staffg Choirg Madrigals 0 , ' 154- V. ff' JAMES HARVARD REED Physical Sciences--Mathematics MARTEN REINTJES Physical Sciences-Chemistry American Chemical Society 41 ,.-fm, I Q I , . 'Z'. . , . ., i A I ff ,fflf Wifw' V PM ,vv:2:1z Q - Z ' , fA-- f f r vi I 2 I gb' f gif, 15 ,ff K 7517- 5 L .IQ - ' A 2 ' Qi' 2 .V f 'K .-', 1-Z z? f1irf'1?j:2', a -1 wwf' "'-ff? W -1, Qff? . .. '1 3f7"":f5?frf-iv ' ' '12 - Q ' 5 41' 1 , ,X I f f 131.1 '- ",C5Q3,, i1gTf'W4ii"'+' 3,.E,z,, S y www? , 1 ' bln -' , , 5'.oW,f : Z' 4 7 ,,, ,. ,W ,,,,l,,W,,.4 , ww ,fc is 9-, f ' f1'f' 4v,v,,f"z.1 lr 'A i V f if , i , Q -1- r Z will '. Wir L , , f.. 1 fp V' 1- Q H4"rLff,.5if,:.aL QA -EWR, A, ., ww f , , 5 .Nw ,P , ,, 5 y 5, W 4 3:9 'S:'5ji4 , ru Rf? 1 4 ' ' QL ' wfy, ff, 1 JOHN QUENTON RESSLER Social Sciences-Divisional MARY RICHARDS Social Sciences Senior Class Secrefaryp Choir, dentg Prytaneari. Presi- RONALD BLAIR RICHTER Life Sciences-Biology Swim Team, Captain JESSIE CERVANTES ROA Humanities-Spanish MARI ELLEN RIESS Social Sciences-Psychology Prytaneang Psychology Discussion Groupj Order of the Golden Thistle. GUNDARS RUSIS Social Sciences-Psychology CEDRIC AUGUST SAARIO Social Sciences Gaelsg Big "C" Society, Vice Presi dent, Treasurerg Junior Class Rep resesntative To AMSj Tennis Team. 4 'Sb' KATHRYN FRANCES SHAFFER CAROL SMITH SAFFEL Humanities-English Song Leaderg Rally Committeej French Club. GENE PAUL SACKETT Social Sciences-Psychology I DOROTHY R. SALESSES Social Sciences-DiviSiOf'1Gl Orchestra Social Sciences-Political Sciences Tam-O'Shantersg Prytanean, Presi- denig Cal. Club Secretaryg High- lander Staffg Commissioner of Pub- licafions. SYLVIA JEANNE SHERMAN Social Sciences-Psychology Prytaneang Glengarries, Vice Presi- dentg Highland Lassiesj German Club. NANCY ANN SMITH Humanities-Art History MARY ANN SPIRES Humanities-English Prytanean 44 JAMES DONAL SULLIVAN Physical Sciences-Physics American Institute af Physicsj New- man Club. DAVID LEE TYLER Social Sciences-Political Sciences Basketball Tearnj Cal. Clubj ASUCR Treasurerj Xan- aduj Executive Councilj Order at the Golden Thistle. JOHN ROBERT WALKER JR. Humanities-Classics Canterbury Associationg Orchestra JOHN LLOYD WALLACE Life Sciences-Pre-med Basketball Teamg Football Teamp Big "C" Societyg Xanadu. DOLORES COLLEEN WALLEN Life Sciences-Biology Commissioner of Social Affairs, Prytanean. f"".,f1'Q NORMA LOUISE WILSON Social Sciences-Divisional AWS Vice President, Junior Repre- sentative, Senior Representative, Glengarries, Highlander Staff. ? I CONSTANCE MAY WALTON Social Sciences-Divisional AWS President, Cal. Club, Prytan- ean, Glengarries, Vice President, Sec reta ry-Treasu re r, Historian. 1 DAVID JEROME WALSH Physical Sciences-Physics Physics Club JEANNETTER FRANCES WARNKEN I-lumanities4Philosophy SHIRLEY MAY WOODS Humanities-English Madrigals, Choir, Senior Class Offi- cer, Young Artist Winner, Redlands Bowl. 45 GUENTER AHLERS Physical Sciences-Chemistry ROBERT LLOYD ARCHIBALD Physical Sciences JOHN BUELL BAGGER Physical Sciences-Chemistry SAMUEL BLACK Life Sciences-Pre-med Tennis Teamj Gaelsp Publications Commissiong AMS Vice President 'BRUCE ALFRED BLACKERBY Physical Sciences-Geology CHRISTINA ADELHEID BOEHM Humanities "CARL JAMES BOWSER Physical Sciences-Geology SARVEY MILLICENT BURGER l-lurnanities-Drama 'ELIZABETH ANN CAMPBELL l-lumanities-l-listory KATHRYN MAY CAMPBELL Lite Sciences MICHAEL WILLIAM CLOW Physical Sciences-Physics PAUL WILLARD CONNER Social Sciences-Political Sciences EDWIN C. CONRY Life Sciences-Biology CARMEN E. DIXQN Humanities-Spanish 'MARK FREDERICK DORIAN Physical Sciences-Physics "WALTER RAYMOND DUNCAN Social Sciences-Political Sciences RAINER EBERHARD Physical Sciences-Mathematics Seniors not pictured RUSSELL JAMES EGBERT Physical Sciences--Mathematics JOHN ANDREW FEMINO Life Sciences-Zoology Caduceus Society, Vice Presidentg Newman Club WINSTON E. FLOOD Physical Sciences-Physics LAWRENCE DAVID GAVIN Social Sciences-Divisional Gaelsg Executive Councilg Senior Class Vice Presidentp Chair I 'MARTIN DAVID GILBERT Physical Sciences-Mathematics EVIRGINIA ANNE GILLIS Humanities-English THEODORE MOU RAD GULESERIAN Humanities-Philosophy IRVING WESLEY HALL Humanities-English STANISLAUS KONSTANTIN HAUSSMANN Physical Sciences-Physics LUCILLE MARGARET HAYS Humanities-English CAROLYN NASH HENDON Humanities-English 'JACK LEE HENDRIX Social Sciences-Economics EHOWARD THEODORE HERRING Physical Sciences-Physics FORREST GUY 'HIBBITS Physical Sciences "MARION MARGUERITE HINCHMAN Humanities-Music JOVANA ANITA JON-ES Social Sciences-Political Sciences WALTER JUNGMICHEL Humanities-History Seniors not pictured 'DONALD MATHIAS KELLY Social Sciences-Psychology 'EMMYLOU MAUREEN KRAUSMAN Lite Sciences-Botany GLENN ALLEN LANE II Humanities-English 'JACK RAY MAC CORMAC Physical Sciences-Geology DON RAY McCANNE Life Sciences-Pre-med LON ROY McCANNE Lite Sciences-Pre-med TWALLACE CONWAY MATTHEWS Social Sciences-Divisional JOHN CARROLL MENZIE Physical Sciences-Physics DONALD ELLIS MOORE Physical Sciences-Physics RICHARD ALLAN MORLEY Social Sciences-Divisional MILTON ARLEN NORTON Physical Scierices-Geology ARTHUR JOSEPH PICK JR. Social Sciences-Divisional ROBERT EDWIN RECORD Physical Sciences-Geology 'JOHN GILBERT RICHTER Physical Sciences-Physics LORA JEAN ROBERTSON BARBARA JEANETTE ROWELL Humanities-English HEINZ OSKAR RUTZKI Humanities--German PATRICIA MUGRAGE RYCHLIK Life Sciences ANTHONY DONALD SAMSON Social Sciences-Divisional ROBERT EDWARD SCOTT Humanities-English Mosaic Editorg Poetry Group ANN WELLES SHELLY Humanities-English LORAN DONALD SHIELDS Physical Sciences-Chemistry MICHAEL LAWRENCE SNIDEMAN Humanities-Comparative Literature CARL WILLIAM SNYDER JR. Humanities-History WILLIAM JUNIS STEVENSON Social Sciences-Psychology Psychology Clubg AMS JOHN RICHARD TIGHE Physical Sciences-Physics PARRICIA GAIL TUNSTALL Humanities-English JOY ALBERT WEATHERFORD Social Sciences-Divisional ALBERT ROHSBREI WECHSLER I-Iumcnities-l-listory RHIO HEIGH WEIR Humanities-History 'RICHARD CHARLES WILHELMS Physical Sciences-Geology Big "C" Societyg Basketball Team JOSEPH LEONARD WIN KLER Humanities-Classics Football Teamg Tennis Teamg Big "C' Societyg Order of the Golden Thistle. JAMES DONALD WITASCHEK Physical Sciences-Physics THOMAS WOLFRAM Physical Sciences-Physics "Graduated in February. 25' 4 Juniors Row 1, left to right: Jim Adams, Anne Harvey, Pat Farrell, Carolyn Handley, Jo Row 2: Bill Truesdell, Joe Miklich, Eleanor Ryan, Jerry Guy, Dave Springer, Ken Row 3: Roger Mollet, Bill Stone, Lorene Hill, Janet Felt, Carol Sides, Tony Gully. Junior Class Officers Cleft to rightl Bill Kraus treasurer, Judy Sherman secretary Clark Gord ner, vice-president, and Dick Sather president Not pictured: Bonnie Greftmius social chairman HV' if' ' . " f , A , 'f!.,g'a,V- if ., 'ry J V . V . ,J j I , 'N Q, le 'EA li '4 ' 4 V I I . ex! . .J - P is ' 1 ' 'N 1- 'ii -9 V M511 Tl? . 1 ' an - 4 v. '1"' vi ' mg u' fi.: 5.15 ilu?-p 'T ,, ,,- .N .V-, . . .., ., v,,-, , gg - - , . - gr- f-,f""r -. 'ff 1 1-:,,- j"...t., Q. Q.-J' ., I. Left to right: Martha Graham, John Ward, Marilyn Rendell,'Ferren Maclntyre, Joe Scully, Tony Tebelskis, Clark Gardner. Despite the handicap of changing officers, the Junior class came through with some top-notch activities, The after-game dance at Watkins House was a success, but a much greater one than this was the Junior-Senior Prom on which they did a royal job. The Junior class was a busy class on campus, holding many student offices as well as enjoying its last rela- tively free year at UCR before assum- ing responsibilities that go with being a senior. I I . ,.. ,fr K.. 1 Lf. .rx o -,nf-if xl, Y mini-3 V tw Cataloging Geology specimens may not be fun, but it's a living, this junior being one of the many who doesn't drive a sports car at U. C. R. i 1, ' fr ' .61 A en. , - 24, i rf ' in 'Q " -xg . ' . k , .. ME, ,.,5, ,QI ' ' -, , - Row 1: Dick Sather, Robbie Hall, Eileen Haussman, Gerilee Gustoson, Bob Duncanson Row 2: Deborah Nash, Bob Scott, Carolyn Jones, Judy Sherman. 4-4... For those juniors who-care what kind of rattlesnake bit them, a course in field zoology is offered. Inav. Q fi? Juniors find the library very helpful, l'r's always quiet enough for a quick nap. 'K ,7 .,,,. .-. .,.,.. ,1,- WMM 'hw -1 ,'--"- ' f ' 3 ll sid -be www J 4 if Row 1: Steve Lowder, Eleanor Sterling, Bruce Stalin, Bill Kraus, Sheila McMahon, Ken Bliss. Row 2: Bill Kroonen, Conrad Valdez, Frances Nickerson, James Holm-Kennedy, Bob Melsh, Ben Kronnik. Row 3: Jim Baldwin, Raymond Tom, Henry Kreyssler, Carol Manderville, Arlene De Heer, Sabato Fiorello, Larry Ayers. N l Sophomore Class Officers, front row: Lorrie McBride, secretary, Frank Farmer, president.: Barb McBride, executive council representative. Back row: Jerry Bristow, vice-president, Jean Ramage, treasurer, Marco Fiorello, social chairman. Now fully integrated with UCR, the Sopho- more class felt the need to distinguish itself from the masses. The major project of the fall semester was the printing of the Blue Book, the student directory, which certainly became a major project. Under the full year's leader- ship of its officers, the class presented also a talent show, the pajama dance, as well as an informal dance in the spring. Having success- fully completed this year, the Sophomore class looks forward to new status as members of the upper division. Sophomores Row 1: Elaina McDonald, Jane Chapman, Donna Grant, Virginia Curl, Evelyn Kilgore. Row 2: Don Moore, Carolyn Raynor, Karen Wingard, Janis Morris, Rosie Streich, Marlene Di Orio. Row 3: Fred Bryant, Mike Nieto, Fred Sklar, Garin Bircsak, Jerry Bristow, Wayne Curl. 52 - s.v. f'.,.'- i Yu, 'np' Q, lk 'Q lay . -X .i i 1.5 Qin , ,, Q 1 xy ,J '-' ,fi x .A4l,,,1fi"X R. W X""""T.:- .V-awww' Row 'l: Ann Warmoth, Barb McBride, Lorrie McBride, Jean Ramage, Russ Chamberlain, Carolyn Kenan. Row 2: Gene-Ann Tarvyd, Noel Chrisman, Jackie Schaeffer, Lois Brunberg, Francis Shropshire, Charlotfe Bernardin. Row 3: Ed Tarvyd, Jack Stroud, Don Decker, Glen Cochran, Martha Graham, Alix Levine. Instead of Chanel No. 5 in anatomy lab, i1"s essence of pickled Pussy-Cat! 1 fx.. 52-lf. z. 1 ng , W- ..,. Q l 4 X 5 7 X 35? . X i N, xt? 5 ZH X . 52 M in Q X Q , HW WY x :Q . . A Q f P 4 y 1, 's.sf?? ' -' ,Nwgx gg .-9. ... .... C it , 3 f 1 Q +P Q 2 9' H' X, m 'f " "1 l l P X y 4 . ,.1:-ml. '97 -MSL-E? 1,5 , mv - tsifssgez..-1.4 N-2 .Ii-' , I f.-aw. x:,1r.f- . -51-:-114 " f ' - 2 K W' . . . .. X .:2.'.,21'f -gff -pa ,ggi fr'v':z--::,. ' "iff . llvgfliix ,V kg In If fx E . . -a 2 4 These students in Humanities 2-B look at the glyptic quality and organic movement of these Cezanne paintings. Row 'I: Tom Villalovoz, Carol Ryan, Richard Kinnecir, Bill McKinley, Jerry Holt. Row 2: Virginia Grutzmacher, Margaret Pratt, Dick Thill, Richard Leger, Connie Collins. Row 3: Scott Sherman, Malcolm Howard, Wilfred Roberge, Randy Faver, Dan Frederickson, Sandy Fowler. 4 in 22 . ,A:"FEaz' .q : 1 42 X .' 'if if sf Y '-ff? f' 25233, x , 383 K at rl f ' 5+ 92' ' si of 5 9 ,X X: free, K , 4 'ti 3 rw' ef lb 5 'P H, 3 ,l.,- A , 411, 1 , ' f l . . 'K , xi "?f?lf2ff7,'J77,i',:, .. V . ' ' , ' 1 Sprechen Sie Deutch, parlez vous Francais, habla . If SW gyms' I 2 Espanol? . , f , is I M 1 "L, r- 75 ' V , ,, fe 4.2, ,WW ,- yrs-X ' , ', .,., . ff 9 Q - 1- raw: 1 i w fk " M V H fi V fn 1' 7 3Z1ff5lf ' f ,,. ll ' , H M ll Y N k. ,gmyamw X! XXX 4 Vw We ,, A 1 ' ,, ,X ' . 'f 1 " ff z F Q97 ' ,ff , Jiffy Row 'l: Gary Collins, Burt Peachy, Diane Paschall, Don Speigner, Tom Conn. Row 2: Dick Booth, Mike Mertins, Jobyna Akers, Joy Bitfman, Tom Baker. Row 3: Frank Farmer, Dick Williams, Ron l-larts, Roger Jones, Marty Moles. 55 Freshman Class Officers, front row: Jackie Ryan, social chairman, Chris Hollis, treasurer.: Carol Long, A. W. S. representative. Back row: Fred Hay- ward, Executive Council representative.: Jane Merrill, secretary, Tom Jenkins, A. M. S. representative, Patsy Hanby, vice president, Bob Fakundiny, president. Freshmen Whether or not the Freshman class developed a feeling of unity from wear- ing beanies and placards during their first week at UCR, they did serve the college by demonstrating their unity through continual maintenance of the Big "C" and the spectacular cineramic movie production for the talent show. Their first year at college has been an experience which neither they, nor UCR, will soon forget. lRo'w 'I: Sally Reed, AMary Conlee, Mary Moriella, Dena Klang, Karen Alexander. Row 2: Bob VFal4undiny, Ellen Dahl, Eddis Eleischman, John Brinkman. ss. ,. . . -Sf- . ggi. ,WT F V - ' , X . --X 1' .f , - f j ' -- 412 glrf' , If 5 'C ' - V H . ' M I 5 ,L ,.,. , 'I , .L - . l m : - :N .X if K. H sf.-1'1.5.'Q ,,,,, Q - -' .7 A , V. Qgvl 752 , V - V . 'sw' Q gglmz X SQL V , -1-53 - . .Q .Q -2. . r - .1 . -Q-if--gk ng . .. . . gi? ' '. .r f ll ' . 'r" f 9 4-?-3,,.Q"" " -iftff. fir. iifx-., ,P X 1. 5' l . 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V., I si. : ..... -m f., gyil-:S xt I . - ' " ' .- ' 'J , , 'ri f - ' " -,. , 4 ag,-ay 'yr' 9 . , ,, - A g Q - 5' I ' EA J - - V M . sv- 'Tw . -N. N- , , .-"Y ,y ' 1 I 'Xa me ,ix-wf . , V "' ,-L ' -. , if - - so , -lr., . . l f -1 5 ., jg 9-1 g Xf- ' . f ' . ff' fl' ., ' ., ' :1' ,K -2' gi - 1-,Q if - i mg-fffiwlqx ,, 'W'-2 ., ,, ev-.fm - ..., wg1'Q9,, - , . . jg? f"'E-?4?7z?S!3Tt2?'YY2f7e!F?fW,. 1 1 M : 'iz . - - - -- -we-. .1 . H V Q 1.-M. 4.1. Q.. aawf....,,1af..-,elm.ffmfST2qlf?fv.fe..m.mr2sTL1ea. . '-'-' me mr - One of the first things the Frosh learned was when to open their mouths and when to keep them closed. ,YF r F ., 432 1 Row 1: Betsy Williams, Nancy Knorr, Judy Hertel, Marg Fyke, Sandy Dyck, Dolores Upp, Margaret Harvey. Row 2: Jane Merrill, Trudy Rodewald, Gayle Gerarden, Susan Oder, Chris Hollis, Carol Long, Judy Raphael, Michele Fitzgerald. Row 3: Ray Vermeulen, Don Lade, Pete Allen, Barry Helfand, Randy Woodward, Rich Field, Ray Folmar, Steve Steinfeldt, Terry Feuerborn. lf ff-1, .-Qg3,,,z .-,, ,Q 452 w, , . Q2 .V -sV' iff? " az, We f 'V ,fn 7 m,,w 'if 413. gg: V' 23921 lfiil. ,Jw wif' J' , Ma, --P173 W Jr, 4, ,f ,,, 5 V., Y 5 Shortly after this picture was taken in Chemistry l'-B, there was a slight explosion. U. C. R. thus became the first University to put its students in orbit. Row 1: Carolyn Davis, Donna Reynolds, Sally Haynes, Lynn Sexton, Trudy Smith, Patsy Hanby, iGretchen Goldman, Penny Petteson. Row 2: Don Simon, Bob Fakundiny, Dick Davis, Lee Jackson, Steve Steinfeldt, Steve Bamberger, Chris Peterson, Glen Stanclly. Row 3: Dave Whistler, Don Schweitzer, Steve Rogers, Al Lyon, Dick Gates, Rich Field, Ray Folmar, Jim Newman, John Preece, Fred Hayward, Tom Jenkins, Ken Osgood. V Hb t Y fif ' 50? ' : ,Fl 'X 2 's in QS-' ' k g fe. lmfvy-1 L, .MU .. . ik , 1-4. It' 'i :Nw 'iffy' v so ...' f .lv N 2 is ffkib. :Ire f ' Y' ' .- . ' ii fgiis -52: E ' .- 3 ,Q .. - --qw ,, e 4 51585 ' SX ,tgxamq - mn, ' V f W- 4: , Ja Wg 1 i f ru 3.x . PK i Students in information for . . . the most useful being how to use a micro- scope witlwout closing one eye. 33 ly ff Q5 ...ft VW, 2 , , .,- ' ' Q.:-yxgg,-:,-,,,-::,:,::,1z::."...'.i-W , ' -1ggQf: '5 3351. X ' 5135 ' .- M4 E . - 'tw Biology l-B learned general USG in FTTOFE advanced COUFSES K' iff" 9 'Al 'fi 4 Y' L53 wr "T -wk, V 'J ,x .1 'J-L t I he I Row 1: Katie Hewson, Noel Sweitzer, Sylvia Jones, lris Witt, Peggy Boyd, Kitty Bell. Row 2: Miclfiiko Yoshimura, Mary Kaiiyama, Barbara Florkosky, Virginia Ingalls, Susan Patterson, Norma Landing. Row 3: Joe Titone, Mike O'Neal, Tom Quick, Frank Leuthold, Carl Hall, Bob Woertink, Ed Lessin, Glen Standly, Dwight Dunn. P' 4 Ciivifie 1 H L Roger Davis' M. G. awaits his return with a little present from Captain Schroeder-The M. G. was soon replaced by an English racer. . . lbike that is.l 62 President Kerr finds the barn a con- venient and congenial place to discuss future plans following the Presiclent's Convocation. -if-'f,,.,., , ff x To present the full scope of life at UCR, not only the picture of the routine class schedule or just the schedule of extra-curricular activi- ties, but also must be included those activities which are spontaneous. ,,..,,. g Ernpty buckets, frayed clothes and W' 1 nerves, and tired expressions are all that remain after Project Big "C" ff -' 1 Cleanup. Ready for a cleanup job themselves are: Fred Hayward, Steve Barnberger, Torn Jenkins and Bob Fakundiny. fm tif is 7 it K.. gi.. ff is 5 si Q. The unplanned event, the touch of humor, the moment ot relaxation, all find their places in the casual life at UCR and add that unexplainable something to make en enjoyable atmosphere. Extracted from the mud just south of Watkins House is this sign which brings back memories of the Lake, one of the most frequently talked about spots at UCR this year. l c-if f,i-F5-fff From one tangle to another, UCR cheerleaders proceeded through the year. Here Joe Scully and Leo Juarez are mending holes in their knee socks, or are they knitting new ones? L-an--'LL.........x A , llllll WAKE f 14 ll 1, M 1 N ig .ll J E 5 'i'l'l ..vfs::-mil" , i 'F -er-"""'y ,.,--e4-""!"' Discussing school problems at the din- ner in his honor in the barn, President Kerr is seen here with Congressman Sound. 63 sf' ' To encourage creeping to- getherness, A. M. S. held its an- The first activity, the Hello nual watermelon feed on the C. E. S. picnic grounds. Here is proof as Noel Chrisman and Pete Reimuller hungrily devour large chunks of watermelon, not even taking time to smile for the Hurry-up, line-up and wait was the order of the day. . . . Oh, well, it's only registra- tion. Dance, was sponsored by ASUCR to welcome Freshmen and new students to our friendly campus. lt was one of the many activi- ties of F. A. W. Week. F CGYT1Sl'GlT1Cll'l. W' :f'fZPZQfW'iI 3 5,5 f2i'7'1'f6 Q"'C?I-ZfiEW7f3'f"'5' -Ffh 'QW' e .. . y J ,, fl 5, .. ,. . f . , .. - - ff -ir- 'iff -'fi' 'Q' ' f"5"' .-' Mi?" 4 V4 'f73'Ii'T?fSf2'- il " 1' fl f 'aoicif ': fia:,2f"i licff? 4'E'I?ff' :"'Z:Y571'I iw ' ,,..ngM5vhz3:15y', 1fzgmfaz'':z1-5455-rx,f::z7,2're, -,CWVEZ-Q -V sz xv gf: ' 1- ,I , V f,V...g:1v:tf' - - 1 IS WCS 'l' e lrsl' DSFIO O T e .1 '-ayskf' . V1-,g 525521 ,,." T' - Vi, 1, ,.,,, .,,. , school year l958-59. lt represents that , V. period of time from the freshmen s 'mf . iff? QV: ' as? 3:62. A ig. , if V ,,,-gg, Introduction to the school to the excite- - es V ,w.,., f nn 1:-,. , ,555 ga, ,f .-g,V,-,5 ..w,,:-3,535 ' AWK.: 4355 I I- -1-t ' ' ' , ' - - .V F ment of Homecoming. During these 2 l . .,,. 9 'af ' H weeks, they have a chance to meet , ff fit' ,- 'V V55 4 SQ .',ef'gfw,f,VM-Wffgf: ,,.g.w-4,- ff, A, - - - l and become GCClUO'Hfed with The PWS'- ' 0 ' Q dent of the University, their fellow f 4 -' W f fi , l " , 3,1 Zag! , , T2 5,4 f Km f "fwfi- if V 153' gig X Q +3 ,, E P tl ff 4 if ff' If ' ' Ki , on , Q M M ,, l,.,.5..-. , I students, become familiar with Univer- 1VV R sity traditions, and plan their own lives . 5 f., , it V- A, 1 . ,. V., -, 1: , . ,. V,auJW'-AIWWEi.iv..,.,d:5.5:2 .A .,, Wllh Whcll' ll'leY l'iClVe leo med- . ' I - '- ' 7 -V r -W f V if X X Vwf- .J IEA- ,,. V ,MA , uit- -' 5' 414. V xi' v .-'-' A5-'Eff-gilyfi :':'2"y5F4+I f,Q.5:ff-ff f' ff- W.45fgcz:::zmg4fz2.g,f.z mfg, ,,.,.1,V, , , by f Ma f f f Q0 smafef 1 fYJ2,..fZ,,,,...,,,..,,.,,4f.:w2,,.. 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The difference with him is that he has memories of past years to make the present more meaningful, while help- ing to corry out old traditions. 1 Later in the week the clan- bake was held for all new stu- dents, to allow them to become acquainted and ot the same time learn some of the school songs and yells. Wet gross is a tradi- tional part of the Clanbake. l-l-m-m-m-m, now doesn't this look cozy-this is really to- gethernessl pn. This building was a welcome sight for the cold riders after the A. W. S. hayride. Hay- covered sweatshirts and levis were a result of the ride through the mountains to the dance, 4 l F 65 President Kerr gives his address at the annual President's Convocation. Seated behind him on the stage in their impressive academic gowns are members of the Board of Regents. Presiclent's reception Sylvia Jones is taking advantage of the opportunity to meet President and Mrs. Kerr at the President's Reception. Shown in line also are Chancellor and Mrs. Herman T. Speith. The Barn ""'fiWm r Watkins house The coffee-house tame is spreading south, and the ten o'cIock coffee hour at Watkins House may soon be as famous as the Unicorn Coffee House in Los Angeles. .75 125 'f:, 4 5 Cm. My 1, , i Q , T ff tilt ll ffl .f 4? fb '7 Twelve o'cIockir1 the Barn is an experience familiar to many comparable only to five o'cIock in a subway with the added hazard of food trays. f' ' 1 'Y f E Libra ry The UCR Library serves as a quiet place for study as well as a meeting place for friends. L 1'5- . J L ,F ii , .R 'L i- Don't look so gleeful Dick . . . we know how badly you wanted to be homecoming Queen, but Martha Tipton just has somethin gthat you don't. Behind Dick are the candidates for Homecoming Queen, Sue Smith, Barbara McBride, Barbara Pawlowski, Vita McFarland, Martha Tipton, Mary McFarland, and Carol Patteson. Spectators watching the Homecoming spectacle against Claremont Men's College experienced both moments of joy and disappointment during the fast mov- ing game which resulted in U. C. R.'s defeat. . - e. aeggfazqn . , 1 ,. i .' . l'4'f" V V . is J ,gym f f G . '2 ,fl '- . 1, ., N- -.f,. ..:,zJ ,,, , 1,f. sm., ,... .,., r - - , , , ' , ,. ' Y f - . , f- ., tt-f" ' film. iff " - X 1: i i . i . i T T l - :Je s, if ii1,l-1-SLI' 14' I X' - - -2. f, , ' "5 . " ' f I g-,A I . ' 1 ' ', 1-L, .p .hte - .Lg V. 15- ,rzjefy ,V A VQI, A X- - -f -r.,,..,-, e .e A f ' ri:-3 ' f- Q ff: -ngggff Cf, gy' , - . - J 'f Q ,- T 1 " , lf, , ' , ' -f ' 4-' is -1" " - we '. - 1-ff. "" fi7"ff3" a-f-WML:'zivil-'-'W V ' fffwsazw- ,an 'ff -i. . e i- A .1 . ,. .f-2571 f-: ' firm.,-fmf"f:M - 2:1--,f:uf1.1 ' 'Q' Q1Ffgil31?5',',Q5i,,- - ' Wifi .Qi '. vegas- ' w f ,WW-' , 3- f--:vw V .J . 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A brief pep 9 ' e 5 A '! i gt 1- .,.., H, H A rally was held at Eighth and Main Street, much to 3 s - - f ,' 'l2.J.L: ., ,,,, i ,-1--5 J .. F ' ' 1 - ' the delight of the townspeople who called out en- ff" 'vtf if couragement to the Clan. t-" 'A 'W A i.Eu..,.U Y Y V f Q El E rrrl W I, , V Q ,.,, A 4. l" ..' j .0 - ul? Qjffig .- .,,, ij QQ "l, A I ' RWM' i It 0 Q, 6 2 i .,-fm." if ' l i 1' gk. W if ,i " if N 'Q fa 'iizvff , 've J 1 i'--111 f' H' X 1 . 1: "t' -i 1 ,A 'I 'H , ' ggi ,, it WE ,' - i 125532 , , cf' I1, - i:jQz54 'f,J-ff gg I .L-.t, m?ffa i, , 1,1 ' , -' , il., V' - ' lift 1 ' ' . " ' i ' Vflp - f ff' ' " 1 X Alumni and friends of UCR dined at the Mission lnn at the banquet preceding the Homecoming Dance. Q 4 Z'fl3"5f',?T .-3 rv ,, iw . -1 ln the setting of the Music Room of the Mission lnn, the second annual Homecoming Dance was held to climax the big weekend. Posing in official capacity at the dance following the rally and Coronation is Queen Martha with fher Princesses Barbara and Sue. coming - fr- V- 1' 'fe , " ,l .uizf -v X ' L ,' L F 32' 'l' All-Cal weekend At the giant night rally are Leo Juarez, Joe Scully, and Vern Peterson making a hot and snappy appearance for UCR. ln fact, Leo decided that it was warm enough to leave his long socks behind in favor of a shorter version. 1 , ,,,,.m. , v 1. V -as 'iff' 1 f Q, I V - , ,. 5 318' ' fax Qirfrwgigz 3.-1 9,4994 may V :cygZ1fV.,-: ,,.,, , - -V ' 1- ,N , ,S ir- - ' -.' . ' 2 f121'f'2i2f1 i"i -Q pm-,I:::'g1.Q5,g:x:sf'zagyff' nfi- ' 1... .1 ex 'Ez' -, , .V ,,-V4.w,V,'s,,-.-'- . -'af-1.,.V:-.f2.-on5522.1-j 21 f - ,z L':"-raw 1, .. 1 ' -sr '-, V, , 1 V. 0 - 4 V ., " 'ff Y V .ff 'ff wff?:X'f2-fi 22 1. -'E-2429 ' ' .- :Y I 1' iv 3., :":' ' 'f 'W -' - ' ,es Q ,I. ' 1-er' f.,fkf,?::i' " , -21-:rw,4Vx,'13.'-,-:-,,-:,' V 7' 5-5 , ,gf:1b35:z2. 1-S35 -1. 5:14, H 21:12 " ask. V.: Z'456672-i?2.'?E,:"'Z.' 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Dick Schoonover holds the attention of .all ' the spectators of the big game while he accepts a trophy for John Wallace, chosen most outstanding U. C. R, athlete. 70 j 1. .E , jvvjgfe-qf-fragilis-wi: 1733: - gg, ""Tf7Fi lt' ' I V' ' " ' .4 X ,ig I. ., t, I-ine, 2, X 1,455 I I 134.4 ' , . 'ggi' fllflillfl' " iff? - A " ii: 'sf ?"l7.i-"fi-f uf , "" , 4' . T ' f .i V .f 5 5 N' 'K-. '. ,tfft'i'..,-ffm, '.s'.. A 1'-ig." ' .'- '.. . J , 5' . Q 'K I,-5-1, ,, Q, .- . . -1 . :if 'I 4 H . , s ,- 5-Ag' v, . -ji... if ,'--rs" , 7 , r 4 . , ' Z 4 1 L? L v1.!,:G.5i ,wg 2wdv,...-sx.g':.1 -1- 3 yjiif U' V"VJ.A U .I it-j, I is ip," Qi'-1 , .-,.-if , .u--3,42 1:24 ' ',--1. 1,15 . f f-M , N, ,,,.. h ...M , .J ,. ,, ,,,,f , 9'4" yy-..:-A .Nu-':'e-,' . i , ,- VI, .Ti -' f', 3' ,".,..-1'1" 1' .A ' 1 my uleng- 'lung' - 933,11 lu,-vi K:S'ik.:1-L4,l,y jr' 5 :I--f. 1, . J ,.. gl! X ri-n-1513- Q4 .-My Ang. :Lang an ,. 'ji JS., K Vx' .LEX i L .,, rj, ':W,'1 fi ' - ,-'I - .i--. f - '-.. 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'Q ,. 7 .iv , 55 - ,I E 'H The world famous Cal marching band pays tribute to UCR during half time activities at the UCLA-Cal game. .. V .f vr:-f it Q '55 I Q 1 if fi? m m e fw- 'x" UCR songleaders perform in the Berkeley Greek Theater, showing a touch of the Scotch plaid, Sandy Dyck, at the head of the line, shows the Highlander spirit with her enthusiastic smile. ij., liiixbl' " wife we-ff, Watching the first All Cal game in which UCR participated, the songleaders and cheer leaders spur the team on to a 6 6 tie with the Davis JV team. S' ft ii QQ , 4 l 1 . ti i 3 i . The other campuses may not know what the Riverside campus is, but they will long remember Roger Davis and his memorable speech given at the afternoon meeting ot all -the branches of UC. Yule Tree Sing Dr. Reynolds leads the group in a Christmas carol while all is being made ready for decorating the Tree. Stringing popcorn and trimming the traditional tree is part of the Christmas spirit. These Highlanders are shown decorating the festive tree in the Barn. Christmas Formal The AMS sponsored Christmas for- mal was held at Gilman Hot Springs the week-end before Christmas vacation. The couples attending had a wonderful time dancing to the music of the Moonlighters. V as Small tables scattered around the dance floor were perfect for the pause that refreshes. Moliere's Misanthrope presented by the UCR drama depart- ment was louded by critics as an excellent performonce. Shown here is the costin one of the final scenes. From left to right: Roger Davis, Dove Boin, Leslie Jones, Bill Arnett, Leslie Nichol- son, Tony Carr, Andrea McVey and Tony Gully. Not shown are Peggy Boyd and Phill l-lommons. During informal reheorsol Roger, Dove, ond Tony practice one of the scenes from Moliere's comedy. .UN 1 vw. N . CN T RT . 'rs 'Q '5-X 'l.1',,JlfJ-5,-.ff,1Q",:,' e 'g,,,5:gf:. 1 Sfxl-I fgzg 1,331 - Sig,-fs 1 554-3f1.'fLlf?, f is N- 3 K "V f, ,xy :xxx " . X ,KN-. Roger os Alceste tries to convince Leslie, Celimene, that he truly loves her evenvthough he finds foult with her, but Leslie doesn't seem ot all eager to be convinced. ,uv-S The spring dramatic production was a more contemporary work, Tl-lE BURNT FLOWERBED, a stark drama of modern political intrigue, by Ugo Betti. In the scene above from left to right area Donald Luttrell, Bob Johnson, Leslie Jones, and Dave Bain. Drama During rehearsal Janice Platt, Roger Davis, and Leslie Jones go over a scene for the play. I .Za-' Y , -49 .jf fr" 1 fr 'iii if-at A 1 win , ,,,, , r J L N l Backstage finds 2 members of the Dave Brubeck and Buddy Collette groups chatting during intermission. The Brubeck-Collette concert was remembered as a high point of the fall activities. Celebrities 'V t ty- 5? K ' WE r 2. K . -r 2 tw if ,tw wa- '-vw 1+ J ' 1.',gfxf,'g.,M :ix 3:':',5Q.!-ew. 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The concert, held in Landis Auditorium, was viewed by a near capacity crowd that gave an enthusiastic response. To round out the education of the UCR student, certain celebrities made their appearances on campus. They were varied, ranging from poet and fol ksinger to newscaster, and from the light and humorous to vital and crucial. Folk singer Sam Hinton sings be- fore a large crowd at Watkins House. Hinton gave ci two hour con- cert for the audience, some of whom had to stand due to a lack of seating space. L"-x,,-,,. The arts . The MASK OF MERCY was one of the one-act ARIA DE CAPO was the other one-act play presented to plays presented by the drama department feq- UCR students, which featured Clark Gardner, Shelba Cole and turing John Ralston, Tony Gully, Don Schweitzer Ffed Valle. ' and Virginia McQue. Q 1 -- ' ' ' 5 ii? :af 7 'ffm Ja- A " ii" Ea.-.:2a..' 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Pictured below are: Nora Josephson, for music, Joyce Corbett, tor art, and Andrea McVey, Nan Evans, and Eddis Fleischman, contestants tor the modern dance award. Not shown is Mary Scott tor literature. The winner of the drama award has not yet been announced. :aw '-4 'iwffa-V - rw we-'.. ., Q 'gg ' V V I fy lklvy .4 .... ,, ' .5 ' 1,,.',E' .2211 . -. 2.1:l'?:.w- -- - gf-ns, M-is. - NV, -W gpm V ..,. Q. ., ' " - .1 :way -'M-1,14 Wim, AW Q,-2-!b':1:7fb2?L?Zf 4444- ., M. V: WW' ' .X -:rev tw- :pv,:g,. '-ts .. V, H M-- , Q:z:cs-rf-.gs re 1v ' 'V ff 5 I 4 0 Q N 4 we M, 2 ,ig X A J 4 I 'C Q V , f 'N ' fx, 33" , , S Q 1 g . ..,,.,,-- . ff 2 , 'C . ' ffm ,....,v. f 1 i.:1.:3se-zfifssav-" x211Zr:1?f::.,1..:.-.1V--s.,t,.f -M....,.,1-.,..,.,ss.::s:,Z.,. A , 9g,,,:..,. V- 4-:-- -..-at-4:94 .-:iz-:lm f..5,,. ,.,.v,:.g:.,.--.:.,:.,,.E.,: -,VW-I-.-5 . - 1 Q , , J., , 1, M 1 4 A W s 1 A M Q W 662' page S' Q Mg. Q yr . sv' X75 Q, .-.1-f:1:' .412-SW. 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Joe Winkler is obviously trying to give the song leaders some assistance, but they don't see attention to him. rn to be paying much UCI I1CeS Judy Sherman, Ron Endeman, Eleanor Ryan and Sam Black get to- Qether for a quicl! party before goingito tl1e.-Jun- :or-Senior Prom. The Fidel Castro extravaganza, the Gael's rebellion dance, was held in the Riverside Labor Temple where the rabble- rousers danced to the music of Abby Chavez and his boys. Leo Juarez and his "friend" are ,all that remains after the intermission skit at La Fiesta Del Triunfo De Castro which was riotous and violently pro-Gael. 1- fs. ieiiusefe- ' 4 Q if 4 'X Pfgiltlff : f'?fi7'f I' , +f'F'5f'-2 i V . ,. 41.-'Vu .f,,,s , it If f' if rf: tri f 'f - 'i'i'z5H4ffSV-1 " any L, , -' . - , K ua ,A ,h .fy J it st Q -x , f 'V , ,t A' J -1 . W, Q., .1 , ' 'fra lggx' ' L... ,I .5 k V, X V tif -i k " ,.. H ,,,, ,V . I ,,.,, . , . y, K ,aw ,V M, ,J :A Al V- I, , t l A 5 . ., .7fff 'w iff' A V Tl 'Rl' MN? ia 'x .. 1,3 gym... 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Showing mercy on the mud-covered girls is Ray Zohar, behind the hose, following the free-for-all in the mud flats. , .My ffm -A-'-,vf,1z'f f-5 '. -'fx 1- Q' , 'ei- gftgigyf 5- - , fi V 1 4. - -.ti Q V . ,. , -5 , , 4 x 1.i.:1:5, ., jpg, 1-1, V -gl. :Q 9? '. " i"'f g as-. s - 4- 4 .3 ... -, . :vVfe.t.. :ii -15 " 'sv-H' . 'A 'Q fb- 5 'i s Y?-, ,v i:.,.fZl?' f715i ..f 7' 5 . 71? 9 y..:f ..f -If 1. ""' . te -- f' e??'5.4 35 ,13 2f':' Vg '-fs f' -fl,-.Egg . 1:2-22' ,jg -Wx ..:':'.V Jax' -is ' . r- IH if' 1 . -as 'zz' ,P ax:-':.' r ' s -1::.'- -Q 'w:-5m.K:-:,.v.i- 5, , , 1 Q 5 ' ., ' -' XV V 3 ,iff .af f','fW . -15552. " 1 ' :Q-, '5-fl g il' 1.1 ,...,:' .,,- - , H " ' -f ,, V,-1j1,5V 5.55 -. . - . . ' f, -., - 1:1158-zz-fr .r f ., - , .,, . - V , - ,..... 1 . -. Q - .:j.. "-, sf . ,., , sy ,.g: 22252: '5 : , Ye A55:5:g3:5 " -2 52,1-.'.p.-I' ' " V --.e , '- 1 1 . ' 53' , zz -.Rl f W ' ' fr-f ' , M V i. V , i. 5? if 'Z f'Effk'5 "t I 1 V ' ifgkizt.. Q. IV 7 L' 1 '92 H- V ' .- mfr- , s 'Q " ' X' ., . ,k,A 1-15, -w' -mfg ' - f"fuv" ,.., V, M i - ' .- - I ' '., N' Q, .V "Wm W ' ,H-c A . A5 . 'Z' ' 9 J." r ' . ' V 1 was , V - L Urged on by fellow contestants, Dr. Bob Wild exhibits his strength in the caber toss. His toss was outreached by Bob Wills who defended his title in this competition. Scots on the rocks Sporting lemon meringue, chocolate, and rum flavored pies are the survivors of the pie eating contest: Jack Erickson, Fred Bryant, Bruce Grover, Brian Hawley, and Norm Velinty. A ' L ' , s' ,, ,. . - .N , x"" """ 'S if i lf 1wza.4i1af.a1vm1 All.-1 , .Se.w.z. si fb 6 X i 'Q X N 1 . .., .. Y , .1 .r .. .. X., we . nw. V , '4 , - -L5'x.'ffx- I X . - Z my I , ,A ., These lovely Scots on the Rocks are the Queen candidates chosen by the various clubs on campus. Seated left to right, Row 1, are: Kathy Dinwiddie, Jan Hoffman, Mary McFarland, Jackie Ryan, and Sue Sweeney, Row 2: Barbara Pawlowski, Anne Ferguson, Lorrie McBride, 3 i j . 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The floor was crowded with dancers attending the last activity of the busy day. b Accepting a toaster among her gifts as Queen of Scots on the Rocks is radiant Sue Smith follow- ing her Coronation. Watching as Ray Zohar presents the gifts are Jan Hoffman and Kathy Din- widdie. Queen Sue looks lovely with her bouquet of red carnations as she poses for her coronation picture. Sue was chosen for the title from a field of ten girls. use so w..v-V 8- . News 35? Ss, - R WX Q l X, Q. A The shapely center leg hos just been covered by o ring in the AWS booth The knobby leg on the right in no woy reflects the quolity on the whole ot the AWS. No, this is not o snowstorm, it is iust Coach Lindeburg getting o dousing by o pie tin of soap- suds in the Bclmorols booth. Allan Meigs hos received permission, for one ticket, to totolly wreck this cor with two blows. He seerns to be doing cu pretty thorough job of it, too. -W ., X . -.X y Q l , lf. 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All campus elections are controlled by the Council, as are the by-laws of the student boards and com- missions. Among the matters of business facing the i959 Council are the questions of increasing the fr , 0' ' student activity fee and the abolishment of foot- ball at U. C. R. Elections for Executive Council are held each spring, with many hard-fought races for the l3 positions. Organizations: Bob Duncanson Fine Arts: Geri Gustason Social Affairs: Dodi Wallen Publications: Kathy Shaffer jf? .hx I, img 55 . Q- 1 - 1 1 i .A 4 ' , .5 .' . I , J fi . . 1, Q, , - ., . , . , gf, I I , A ..,.,...:,j rr "r'2r'1f1 -'su xv . 1323.52 ,. ,.:,1gz,2:.. r Q . H Z W,-1,1,yiQ-:W4.,.,,f:fz,:fi5. on 1,,jqf:-,fm -1 1 Egg -f.'!mJLw-wi if ' rw ' -' '4 'H f 'Q v., 25.-'-'ZS-' in ' Athletics: Bob Wills ' "1 "mg 4 4rm'Qsf:.':4L: vw" '- ' '- W. 1.-3 , - ' -"gtg 9 .gi-n1EE.z'sxf:.4.ZM.1v,' fr - .. . R, .z,,:,4Z,.: . T "rin-ffialuunnm i , fm,m,..fi , Is' .. gf L Q ? -5 ET s .F-2 E. lla ii. ii . X w fx fs X .St AMS Officers: Senior Rep. C. Gross, Vice President J. Babcock, President J. Guy, Treasurer S. Sherman, Frosh Representative T. Jenkins, Secretary C. Pickus, Junior Representative M. Nieto. The AMS, admittedly one of the two largest organizations on campus, planned and carried out a full schedule of activities this year. The fall semester saw the AMS-AWS Hayride and the Christmas formal, the spring semester harbored the Spring Sing. Hampered, though they were, by a turnover of officers, the AMS handles its activities with a great deal of efficiency. A.w.s. ns.-5 ' ' . .-:L 1, H U' l " --':.-':::.. 'lr ""...- . y,,4iw: 2-una ... a . ,..15 ,, .NW u,5I"XW,-v-nl. If-I , , U., 1 Ugeamvx .sl X ,,, yy,-,,..-H.-o gn, a :una ,. . fa ,,ggE:x..q.I...g, if? 'ein Led by Connie Walton for the second year, AWS accomplished much in the way of growing up and sponsoring activities. It was represented at the IAMS Convention during spring vacation in order to gain insight on AWS projects. Through the year, AWS sponsored the AMS-AWS Hayride, the Yule Tree Sing, and the Goodbye Canyon Crest Party. Pert for the camera are: .. , 5' . 'qs ---c as V w :A V' -fra, . , 5 Q ' , assi sf .cr I I Judicial Council Acting as a jury over qualifications of candi- dates petitioning for offices and making final decisions on Constitutional discrepancies are the duties of the Judicial Council. As senior mem- ber, Don Blackman presided. Other members of the group are: Row 1: P. Duncan, F. Shea, E. DeWolfe, Row 2: D. Blackman, D. Gilmore, S. Black, K. David- son, L. Marshal. i fx ., tj Prytanean Newly affiliated with the club of the some name to the north is the Junior- Senior honorary service organization, Prythnean. During the year, Prytanean sponsored a turkey shoot at Thanks- giving and a shoe-shine during Uni- Camp drive. Pictured are: Row 1: E. DeWolfe, D. Wallen. Row 2: Dean Davis, P. Duncan, M. Spires, C. Walton. Row 3: B. O'Bryant, F. Shea, K. Davidson, M. Riess, M. Rich- ards, G. 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Smiling triumphantly because they survived this year are: F. Shea, K. Shaffer, S .Black, K. Davidson, L. Marshal. Cal Club High grades and hord work are necessary to be selected tor member- ship in the Order of the Golden Thistle, honor society. Members of the society who paused in their busy schedules to pose tor the picture are: B, Murray, Dean Davis, M. Reiss, L. Marshal, H. Cramer, l-l. Rutski, R. Duncan, R. Davis, Dean Broadbent, D. Blackman, J. Winkler, Dean Nisbet, Dr. Beatty, D, Peterson, R. Endeman. Order of the Golden Thistle 1 California Club is the student organization which endeavors to promote inter campus harmony 'and coordinate All University events such as the All Cal weekend Members are selected by the president of the University tor their fine qualities of leadership and citizenship in a variety of fields Pausing a moment In their busy schedules are First row: L. Marshall D Wallen Dr Whitehead F Shea Second row D Schoonover D Black man, L. Beyer, J Scully H Ramsey D Gilmore and B Duncanson f?"f,qk ' fx ,VQQ X , X- Patience was the best adjective to de- scribe the attitude of Marti Hicks, the editor of the i959 Tartan. After it was over it was quite impossible to think of all the hours put in and the many, many little details done by Marti. '?f'.'1Ix1 '.f:..: - . etyiiwk 71. 3 :,mp--s1.:- .-at .fu Q. W.-.-., Q -S ? -:-1-1w,-zsfzgggjgfs-, eq- sw.-x. N, . .-t. f if,.:.-, y 5 ., ...-.z . , . , i15E.az?4.cm-'1:f. f s . . . ,,,+t, 1-w ,Q-1 ,f ,,.. - 7- ,f -..,-..v,.:.1, . ss' H , -s go. V-Ya , . f if 2 52' ,.'...::.':wQz22.:. ' f ff' ' a' . i . . X e -kv22w:.Z,,x:f2n X-,.m,s.vs.w' ' 2 . 3151222 of-Q. - 1,3 1591?-L'Lir ,-,4"' - ' 353' -'ttf' - ' ,I of 1'-.I ' N. -+- 'f'1f--ff: ff ,Qggf::1:j55:!a sw- we-M - If ' - J:.-.54-:V-.iw - " ,a,4:?i H! - 113-5 g YQ' :,a' s,,E5 3.o,3i?gj I M41 - sf 125254 ' " ORGANIZATIONS Hard at work on her section is Barbara Pawlowski who- thinks happily, that there are just a few more pictures to be taken, or rather re-taken. Such are her worries as organizations editor. .41 Tartan ART Clark Gardner smiles with satisfaction as he looks over his work in the Tartan, as art editor and only artist. ls he really pleased, or is he merely relieved because he just made that last deadline? - 5 , 'Z S .,f .. 1 M-NL NN t Q 1 Li . " ACTIVITIES "Too many activities at UCR," says Eddis Fleischman as she finds herself with more pictures than pages. Somehow she, as Activities Editor, found just the right place for each one. BUSINESS Pleased as a result of the suc- cess of the Tartan sales cam- paign is Business Manager Caro- lyn Davis, The all-American dol- lar finds its place in this picture also. Staff COPY Using a system known only to twins are Barb and Lorrie McBride as they dash off more copy. Theirs were the problems that accompany the position of copy editor. It ,qw .gg -M. . X,-X Many, many hours were spent by Dorothy Oelrich as editor of the classes section. Dorothy also willingly helped the editors of the other sections whenever she was able. ADS Co-editors of their section, Dave Springer, Jeriny Barrett, and Joy Bittman rushed here and there around the Riverside area with contracts in hand. As advertising editors they ran into many problems which seemed to all work out, miraculously. INDEX Often times Judy McCarter and Sheila McMa- hon found numbers and names running through their minds as they compiled the very useful index which is an added feature of the i959 Tartan. A-. .N , ,: . ' ,V A rs?" .. ll S P0 RTS Dividing work between themselves Charlie McCarthy and Dino Tinti showed the title of sports editors, both taking pictures and writing copy for that section. Highlander Mel Kinder served as editor Dick Mendosa was editor No. during the latter part of first four for the year, serving during semester. spring semester. l Grant Gutermuth managed to last through the entire school year as business manager of the Highlander. Lyle Amlin had the unique position of being the first editor ibut not by any means the lastl. Dave Peterson edited the Highlander post-Kinder and pre- Mendosa. As busy staff members, Leslie Scofield, Peggy Popper, and Bob Boyd spent many hours sitting around Cthinking of news items, ot coursel. idea! A , Staff members Clark Gardner, Kent Schofield, and ' Chuck Tarlton are busily writing articles for next week's .w paper. Writing does develop quite a thirst. . it.-L.. , . L The weekly paper, the Highlander, was set back several times due to the lack of an editor. Somehow, however, it continued in spite of the many handicaps put upon it. Additions to the staff were trequent, and controversy ran rampant. However, the Highlander kept in touch with the students and kept them informed about local happenings. 1 G ,tip 3 Staft members- Jane Chapman Louise Foreman Jackie Foreman Morileen Floyd Don Duessen Susan Patterson Donna Grant Judy Hudspn Bruce Smith Geri Custason Ingrid Herman Barbara McBride Lorrie McBride Mary Ann Spires David Springer Joe Titone Norma Wilson Vince Lawton Paul Conner Mary Conlee Sam Black Phil Hammons Betty Aaron Mike Nieto Norm Velinty Bob Wills Virginia Grutzmacher Don Spigner Bob Scott Mary Scott Fred Cervantes Dick Schoonover Dave Boin Conrad Driussi John Wallace Skip Mears Bob Duncanson Dan Carty Jery Civalleri Russ Schmeekle Jim Agretelis Dany Gilmore Dale Jones Chris Maximin Bob Melch Bill Krause Jovana Jones Roger Davis Photography Staff Cb TA RTA N Many trying times as well as fond memories are connected with this year's Tartan. Who took those pictures that were misplaced? Who never thought that all the work would be done? Who nearly missed the last dead- line? Who said, "Next year we simply must get org. . . ? " Front row: Jackie Foreman and Louise Foreman. Second row: Roger Greenstelder and Joe Asling. ' Marquis MARQUIS After a year's toil the Marquis finally became an officially recognized club. Due to late recognition this club was confined by time to its own social events. Preparing for a year as a recognized organization are: Jerry Churchill, Carl Fuglie, Warren Blakely, Roy Dull, Verlyn Jensen, Dave Goller, Ed Blakely, Gordon Martin, Gene Whitlow, Mike Merchant, Norm Velinty, Jerry Holland, Jerry Hood, Roger Jones, Ron l-larts, Dick Williams, Bob Thomas. lOl Bal Moral rs. ,, , . ,. V. I' V- A I A .1 .x,.-, I, v fu- 5. v W W4 6 ' -1 . .5--,L I vi- K 5 A K 'z ' .4 Q rv ' 'qv .tr 'fi lO2 . M. ,V A 3, W X31 ff.. Msg Q l if rf l rel lff l Q y M ws- :J A me all fl , X . il qi - ,, qc, , QQ C . 4 UQ.. . 'A Eli 1 -'fb .Kei-xg 1 Ls. gf.- . ,mt - . r ' -- A i.1:,:l wfrf '- . -41:41-V: 51. ., ,- " 1. -'ii ' fm- V .-Sv f+2f'.:4r..' ' " : ',','-wsga A ,1f.,.:.f:.',v::.,.-'.-f .. fr Q .. WV, K .- BALMORALS V .. '-Si' ' ,. VA ' X' - '. i .51 ' if. xl- 5 :K , .5 . " s if ' -f , 'W 55 . rg, Z2 'KV . j V- f N, em, . ' , . Ti ' ' - if T .f 1: . fi 3 fi' A X 3 3 6 .Eg 4 1 Q z- f E D , I7 tg . yy ' R . , f -I ,J A E, 5 ra S-,J 93-if .V ir Q as r-Q? 5. ,Am T -"' 2 QQ E4 1' if tr M F .Sf C? wg rg ni .3 , E I V .I s' ,.,.-Q ig1,jv.N1,3q af'?f'.'t..f.if' Y 1:2S??"iir I i. fat., . . .... - x v , X I Ak 'Y s+ fAnW5,'a Ht.. -M ggffb. .1 ff X :rw 32? 1 v.'x'-,gcw qw.',+Q'a.-cS- .r g-gfgrwr v use . . ifgagx . as After one year of existence Balmorals, women's Freshman-Sophomore club found itself with as many service projects as it could handle. Having completed duties with cookie sales and the like Bals also turned to Social . events for club members. Shown at an installation meeting are: . N wet .:?.wv1:-wzwrs-c Q- - ff vz:-Q?f:.- "D '.fr1s1'.'f:'S?.-exit-?'.w,-Sas -:cz .mtv--1 x N fr.5.1:q.l:ga:.. efrmbqie-?N:m 'QR - x 'li3".ss-,-.s4..1sqQ'fa-PSR Ss - .r "fs,-fx - s- . Qwmr- . :.:.::s.. First row: P. Wunderlich, C. Kenan, Secretary-Treasurer, A. Warmouth, Presidentg J. Chapman. Second row: Mrs. Lindberg, sponsor, B. Williams, A. McKay, M. Long, Representative, J. Stanley, S. Conaway, M. Fyke, M.. Floyd. Bock row: D. Grants H. Matthews, M. Pratt, C. Davis, L. McBride, E. McDonald, Vice-President, M. McCarthy, K. McVicker, V. McFarland, P. We e , Mrs. Wild, sponsor. is -. 1 . , ....,1.:4 E ' 'f .2 iw: ii? " .f 5, . yr . x I-xi I -7 ' , v .-, : .- 3 ',.s 5 'f ,.:g-.Ds., 'Z , x . in A ,:,,.,m. 4 -ss' Glengcirrles 'iz fs Seal .jgx msialirtci x N GLENS With the traditional Christmas Toy Drive and Luau occupying their time, and the Halloween Dance co-sponsored with the Gaels also in their plans, the Glengarries had a year filled with activities. Posing with their sign are: First row: J. Schaeffer, Vice-President, E. Ryan, Representative, J. Ramage, President, B. McBride, Secretary-Treasurer, G. Gustason, Historian. Second row: V. Curl, A. Ferguson, F. Phillips, B. Austin, R. Hall, J, Eberhard, J. Brittman, K. Dinwiddie, C. Hollis. Third row: B. King, M. Grahm, F. Shea, L. Jackson, P. Duncan, M. Conlee, B. Pawlowski. fr? Xanadu :ms me - '.-'Af '93 X 'V 1 t 'I 535:15 . Sf X : , -w if-. " 4. ' . :Yf .- . X. A XANADU Xanadu's biggest accomplishment of the year came under the slogan, "Xanadu saves paper," the management of the Highlander. Being a strictly social club, its main activities were inclined in that direction. .Soberly con- sidering the camera are: VANADU, First Row: K. Scoofield, D. Parker ltaculty Advisorl B. Duncanson, not pictured, Roger Davis. Second Row: J. Calavan F. Cercantes, D. Gilmore, R. Schmekly, D. Carty, J. Wallace, D. Peterson. Third Row: S. Meares, D. Boin, D. Jones, D. Schoon over, D. Tyler, J. Civelleri, C. Drivssi, C. Gardner, lO4 Gaels C 'Aly " Q , - .:.,, - . Q ,I xx --I 7 T' I. J 1 ' 1 fe. ,1 4 . - ' . . I -,HQ lifglaql i '- xi Qftgxzznz. - 3 -' -it xgqnrr' - f X .11 ff' ll l I inf. 2 il -...s f if 4. l Xx I 415'-1,:,,,,.,x. 144-- L .Q?1, . . ' """""? -mar.: 'x 3 5 l . 5 l GAELS The larger of the two rival men's clubs, the Gaels, tried to shine forth through activities. Its service projects included the Halloween Dance, the Fidel Castro semi-formal, and the choice of the Homecoming Queen. Smiling for the camera are: l l i First Row: B. Grover, D. Young, D. Sather, R. Chamberlain, Second Row: F. Hayward, B. Fakundiny, N. Hatcher, J. Rau, B. Rommel, S.'Sherman, L..Beyer. Third Row: C. Pickus,'T. Tebelskis, D. Blackman, Cf Gross, B. Wills, N. Christman, N. McLeod. 105 L DEBATE TEAM Sponsoring a debate at UCR on nuclear weapons, and a high school speech tournament were the main functions of the De- bate Team in addition to de- bates with teams from other colleges, Enjoying the record of a successful year are: Debate Team Row 'I: Charleye Wright, co-chairman, Bill Kraus, chairman, Jeanette Warnken, secretary, Row 2: Henry Ramsey, Robert Bridges, Sabato Fiorello, Arlene De Heer. Row 3: Jack Stewart, Dave Young, Don Schweitzer. ill filvllll n- -.-U f UNI-CAMP Looking back we find the University Camp Board preparing for its spring drive. The purpose ot the board is, broadly, to send deserving Riverside children to camp who may not otherwise be able to attend. Row 'I: S. Sherman, F. Shea, L. McBride, B. McBride, D. Wallen, K. Davidson. Row 2: D. Schoonover, D. Boin, B. Fakundiny, L. Robertson, P. Crowley. SKI CLUB Neither rain nor snow slows the af ,. members of the Ski Club, who gave ' free ski lessons at Snow Valley last if ss- winter. The annual trip to Alto, Utah, was the most important part of semes- ter break for the members of the 17w",1,,, group. Soon ski club members will be fr' ' distinguished by an emblem for their sweaters. WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL , Members of the World Affairs Council had a chance to see the model United Nations in action as they repre- sented Laos. Mrs. Georginanna Hardy and Mr. Virgil Pinkley were presented A to the student body by the Council which also attended the International Relations Convention in the fall. aff .l.i LOS GAITEROS I Interest in hispanic culture and customs have drawn these people together as the Los Gaiteros. During the year the members enjoyed a dance at one ot their meetings, and also added interest to the Spring Sing and the Scots on the Rocks Carnival. Members of the group shown here are: SPANISH CLUB-.First Row: F. Foulke lPresident7, J. Hoffman lVice-Presidentl, P. Fulliloue, L. Youngreen, C. Ryan, S. Conaway M. Rendel, N. Sweitzer. Second Row: D. Marcus, Mr. Glickman lfaculty Advisorl, R. Arnold, J. Kramer, F. Sklar. lO7 RADIO CLUB Sending out signals for more members is the low in number but high in ambition Radio club. Plans have been enthus- iastically laid for fall of this year. Pictured are: Roger Greensfelder, Stanley Austin, Robert Day. I , fi . l .-- - 9 ' S ' is . I ' hlf"3'-st.: . .,.. f " -1 2 , , Li X I ,px if 7 X , X Q , , S 'gil-.E f i.. ,,. Q 5 J'..'.x . . fQ CHEMISTRY CLUB Meetings of the American Chemical Society consisted mainly of talks by chemists to the club. The members of ACS are joined together by first their interest in Chemistry and perhaps also by their desire to play intra-mural sports. Lined up tor the picture are: First row: D. Martin, President, C. Christy, Vice-President, H. Needles, Secretary, J. Bagger, Treasurer. Sec- ond row: C. Valdez, G. Ahlers, M. Reintjes, H. Kreyssler. Third row: M. Schweitzer, L. Loverrante, B. Miller, D. Shields. ti I - I I e P i i . qi, lx ' , . V- fi I .8 ','A I A-v A fy I wi" - I R fQg.'f1i?i 6 ' l I I ' I .W 3, is ui- A V V 5 ,-. M -P Q l ri,-. - 111. 'F it gb ., . 5 V A Q m"ef,..?fQ. 2 . - 2 V. 2 ,g gg 2 'N' f lf T51 f Q I ' r QSN' xx N -. 1 , -.L 'i - 'ix,1- -XA . - -. g if ..... kg, f s". . A '- 'S PHYSICS CLUB Although primarily interest- ed in matters ot serious nature involved with its field, the Physics club turned its policy from seminars and lectures to selecting o Queen candidate for Scots on the Rocks. Shown, smiling, are: First row: N. Josephson, C. Helmick, President, C. Handley, Secretary, J. Menzie, Vice-President, L. Bingham. Second row: G. Brockmoller, E. Hewitt, R. Greensfelder, B. Fuller, I. Richards, K. Crowden, W. Blair, W. Ogier, Ad- VISOT. ,.,. ,. nf, Q , ,.:bw4ls frail., WW,y3,7.7.EL,,,v,..,qg,3,:,!., -- -- -veg,-.gt-, ,1 I: X .f ' , .ff ' Q. +33 HB' fl N fi HEWITT CLUB Another new organization in the Hewitt club which is for students inter- ested in geology. Bi-monthly meetings featured lectures on geological related subjects. A fall picnic is the biggest social event ofthe group. Pictured with their noses away from the stones are: Fred Miller, Harold Eagle, Jack Lockwood, Mar- vin Satuloff, Norman Larsen, Phil Blocet, Allen Tamurd, Richard Wilhelms, Robert Record, Larry Beyer, Milton Norton, Thane McCulloh. g' I wqwfw miami ..r ,,, , ,.... CADUCEUS SOCIETY Many speakers from the Life Sciences tield were brought to the Caduceus sosiety as a part of its meetings. The high point of the spring semester was the Scholarship Banquet given in order to make available a scholarship for a Lite Sciences student. Members of the group are: Don Blackman, Edward Tarvyd, Karen Johnson, Brent Browning, Jerry Bristow, Gail Nicollo, John Femina, Harry Leland, Richard Nicollo, John Ellis. Chbir , , i .t, 1 fi sr I 'f as V ,,,. A ' X ,,,v G . , ., 4, M r:,-, pigs, fv ' ' 470'-in pq.: ' 7 .- v-' f ,fi Director Dr. Reynolds CHOIR . Under the direction of Dr. William Reynolds, the UCR Choral Society, better known as the choir, presented beautiful music during tlffe year. The climax ofthe yea r's work was presented for the student body at the traditional Christmas Concert, and the Spring Concert. Crchestra ORCHESTRA Faculty members, students, and University employees meet together as the Orchestra to put their talents to work. Dr. Simon directed the group at performances throughout the year. 1l6Yf" MADRIGALS - Director 1...,.,,,,,hW Maclrigals l 2 The select ot the choral groups on campus is the small body ot singers known as the Madrigals. Those who have heard them at their various performances remember the high quality of music characteristic to them. Left to right: J. Brechenridge, S. Fowler, N. Josephson, R. Boyd, S. Sauter, Y. Austen, A. Meigs, P. Francis, Dr. Reynolds, J. Shaffer, P. Connor, S. Woods, R. Yinger, M. Mclntyre, P. Ray. 1 f Eg "Tzu H3 M QRQIETSC, UCRcm Cheerleaders The spirit of the UCRans in athletic competition was boosted this year by the lads and lassies comprising the yell lead- ers, song leaders, and Highland Flingers. All three groups practiced long and hard so that they could ably unite the High- land rooters in cheering tor their teams. The time and work involved in the prepa- ration ot their various routines may have gone unrewarded, their only satisfaction was in knowing that they had helped spark UCR squads to more victories than ever before realized. This year the Clan was spirited by yell leaders Vern Peterson, Leo Juarez, and "tall" head yell leader Joe Scully. -vw-.2f. Sandy MacLeod, Ann Neel, Kay Bratsch, Sylvia Sherman, Judy Sherman. -.. ,ut .NW ,,. 3 is-215 fi' rn, ff, 'ai MSW !i l f 17 M" c.7 Song Girls Sandy Dyck, Joan Beard, Jackie Ryan, and Tiiu Riemo in the finale to one of their routines. Not pictured: Lee Jackson. Supporting OUI' TSCIITIS Members of the Big C Society, when not actually participating in the con- test, could be found in the stands cheering, Left to right, first row: Ray Zouhar, Ted Wheeler, Leo Juarez, Mickey Martin, John Rau, Phill Ham- mons, Ed Civerolo. Second row: Don Daviau iadvisori, Mervin Barnes, Joe Kornder, Omar Pertel, Don Moore, Bill Rommel, Bob Wills, Dave Musso, George Matthews, Larry Thompson. Hard fighting Big l5'4", l25 pounds? Bill Rommel picks up valuable yardage, but he was stopped short of the TD. Head coach Carl Selin and line coach Gil Allan give last minute instructions to quarterback Ed Blakely. The l958 Glan Grid Squad: first row: E. Civerolo, B. Woertink, R. Lambe, N. Bard, B. Rommel, E. Blakely, V. Geluso, E. Tarvyd. Second rowfv, A. Major Ctrainerb, D. Frederickson, M. Dalton, M. Barnes, B. Thomas, D. Young, F. Leuthold, C. Goss, D, Spigner, T. Tebelskis, C. Selm lcoachl. Third row, L. Thompson fmgr.l, S. Walker, O. Pertel, D. Gates, D. Carty, P. Hall, J, Wallace, K. Robinson, N. Velinty, D. Donahue, G. Matthews, G. Allan Ccoachl. ,, f,, ,f:,5.,h..1,, , ,S .,.,.,. i r it ,.,,.-. Q 'gjr' -MV 'f gwwzjqgxggtgl, Q. 'fa ti: mn. A rl 'Wx "Hey, fellows, l lost something over here." Scotti h Gricl men It takes four defensive men to stop the Bill Rommel. f ffr' 1- . ,f-,.. -. , , Ed Blakely toys with two members of the opposition in the '-"" ' 5' Col Tech game. 1 ..,,, , J ' " ' -QQ' l .s , - -"fe , .4 mf -. , .. ,ZW---f .' :M "4 "WJ 'xv - V- if 2 .. -E 1 all V w f 1 fc f 5 46 z . 1.L.,.,,., V If KL :- Q ,, .. , Q , , f,,. f f ,- fm- . '-1.1. ,izgfffzj ,. ,. 6 I I J ,.,. , . ff V ' Ja-12" '-' ,,,:,' C we I Q 61 'R .2,xl:.7l f Qs. V H 4 f.,-fu Desert Fox" 2 'Z f -ug' 4 '23 ,, .,., , ' 57' ., .,...f, ,if . , 7,6 I gs'-'f ' X: Spy. 5 , , A 1 wart.,-,Q ' , .rw K: 'J . . I, gr.. ,- ll fc: . 3 C ,ar 3: J' ' -.ff-'ld E l f fi, L 13 'af wm- 2 ,, 'lf' if fi if 1 V l Ik Betterecl last Bob Woertink prepares to ward off an on-rushing tackler. UCR's fleet fullback probably hurt his thumb in a similar fashion. Playing a schedule of seven games, highlighted by UCR's first participa- tion in the All-Cal Weekend at Berke- ley, the Clan's light, fast, and inexperi- enced 35-man squad enjoyed its most successful season under head mentor Carl Selin. The new season brought with it a new line coach, Gil Allan, and seven- teen freshmen. Along with them came a new spirit, a competitive spirit and desire to win which helped the Clan upset a highly regarded Cal Western team, and which reached its highest peak in the last 30 minutes of the final game against Long Beach State Frosh. Twinkle Toes Bob Woertmk dances off-tackle and much needed Clan yard- age. P' , Ken Robinson prepares to gallop away i from a defensive man, as tired Don , Spigner watches from his reclined - position. V A .Qty r 1' season's 1 This new spirit was typified by the playing of honorary captain John Wallace and most valuable player Don Spigner. Clan fans will remember the hard tackling of Spigner, Rom- mel, Wallace and Blakelyg the hard blocking of Mike Dalton and Dan Cartyj the running of "twinkle-toed" Bob Woertink and the im- proved play of Bob Thomas. They also can recall the inspirational play of Big Bill Rommel and the 75-yard pass-run play from Ken Rob- inson to Ed Blakely in the Cal Tech games Can we forget when center Sid Walker "put the ball into orbit" against Claremont at Homecoming? Twenty players received letter awards dur- ing the course of the season. Omar Pertel, Dan Carty, and Ken Robinson were second year letter winners, while Chuck Mitchell and John Wallace earned their third year blanket awards. 4 Unmentioned thus far has been the work Of Andy Major and Larry Thompson. Coach Selin called Larry the best equipment manager his ever hadg and Andy must have used eight miles of tape keeping the team tit to play. ' V wa l record Soccer . . . through Mickey Martin fights 'For the ball against Pat Thomas races to his aid. ,f,.:.:.f.,i , ms-.::, M- '- ' 9 .-? ' ,gk 11352, 4 mg gi i, i c ' bfi ,V , Cal Tech as Although UCRan's Soccer squad failed to win a game in the Southern California Soccor Conference, they ap- peared to be continuallyimproving, as many of the games were lost by very close margins. Hampered this year by the absence ot Larry Beyer, an all-conference player, and a tough schedule against top-ranked teams like UCLA, the Clan's team never lost face. The majority of the squad, including Beyer, will be back on the '59 team, and hopes are high tor league victories. st xx X , ' K. -Q X, g.i4.ct:sN x ,, , . - S E N X if , or I , - . 'K' J 3 "'--XJg.Q,,Lw:::,..:I5 I .sg ' .-fy-.-'f-fi ' . 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F ,. , f - ,:,fgf:,-fl-V: S 'N , s ' 1 ff f f 2' f --ev! lit ,..., ., .fm-,, ' I l ,: -l '. '.,1,'.,3g 'S to foot Fancy footwork by Fred Colley, 'but tripping is against the rules. ..., , V , f- 1" ' se . 1 ' 'Q . , H MM U 'f2""+ . , V , - A - ll ' . , L ,j ,Q 4, 'V : L ' xi . . W .Q A ll . ' W E' .. m I . iw fy -. 9 ' ee X -' .,:zf:r-1' f , -. .. ""fif'1' i ..2:"'l' Y 'bfi Af ' f' ' 4, fx "iff 1 - r- . ,. r ' 1 m g: ,1,4.eg1:1: H gym, J., lj 4V .. 1, .1 0 N -- ' V . A 5 125 2 . fn M y I , - - li l . Y , 1 ,., . ,v....,, In , 5 ' .Hoi A f ' f7 "' Q-19 fi. . 5 1 mf?any iv If 4 l,.. , if " ynkw-'O v I U lf'l"1 . .. I .., V5 as 2 . W l -VI. . . f lr 'N -X v in 2+ ' V E. v . r M . 'flint 4. . -fp,-. Romain Mees sets for one of his soaring kicks, as o Col Tech man rushes on. Scottish tive brought home many bockboarcl victories l 958-59 H IGH LAN DER RECORDS Most points in one game: Bob Wills, 32 vs. Cal Tech Most points in one season: Bob Wills, 264. Most rebounds in one game: Bob Wills, 24 vs. Cal Baptist Seminary. Mosg points by team in single game: 95 vs. Cal T' 1' ap is . Most field goals in one game: Dick Moore vs. Cal Baptist. Season Record: 8 wins to 9 losses. Average paints per game: UCR 69.5, opponents, 70:5. gpg:-sv 11" I -- X .gw -s dal Y Don Moore jumps from the free Throw line cs Dove Tyler, Bob Wills, ond Carl l-loll move in for the rebound that never come. the . ,.f.ux,,.,x ., ,. .,,,,, ' :.':1r--2.55245 l .g. 1-1.41 - Sim g3.M.Lrpz,4b:avrQL9wwi'awf . 7' , :Z-. ' ' s. ffwyf . M, 4 . 1- J .-P' : :Q -4 ""'e g ,K k H w., x 'Q '41-1.4. .j, 1 ' ' .,,.x . 4. Vw, - V - A A . . Ed Blakely ' Guard I wi H Jr. . l , l fy ' Six , 5 We N 1 le 4' X M 5 1 N 'Z if , 7 4 4 If W' 49, '-' 4? ,Sy 4 1 ik I S , , .f ' fa x 1- P 1 5' 1 5' '. 4 no I f -. : ,--v. - -? f f' fy gg- 7 1- , ' f v SPM 1 A W? 15 2'-z .. 'ff . . .,.,.gQf,.,,,. -- ., fm., ,..,..,,.,,ym: I. : - - Q-mf-:1...,,.,-pq' ' 'ff I . , , . ,,,?.,.- . . : A., A -' gg. 5 ' . Qi? ' Don Moore Forwcm rd Soph. Clan 4.11-gg! ' 5 f ' -1 .A x. ,rg 5 'l E lf "Q' L' lll, 3 3 731 - . Joe Kornder Forward Jr. Warren Blakely Guard Soph. . sf , 4. " A -3190 ?-' -,, .:v.,.:3,:5 Ai, ,. s f' rn 72315 ,..4.W.fA..' Me., :. 71:62:23 -' . 322: 22-.9 -rf, f J I 5 ' f 02 , i4 7 '1 4'q " " M' 1 2 f f- yq, ,.,,. ,A .KF - W, s f Q f , 32 6 432 ff ,Z , fn- ix ' r 1 Zag, H2 4 'Q A X Q t ' Y i .94 7 , gg. W is 5 - f ,:- f-f 1, I 1 X 52 ' A 1" af F Ev Q 'Wig 4 cn 5,53 Bob Willis Forward Carl Hall ' Center Fresh. Season marked Team captains Bob Wills, Dave Tyler, and Ray Zouhar led the Clan through its most successful season on the backboards as it compiled an eight won, nine lost record in intercollegiate play. Two more losses were incurred in play against military teams. Warren Blakely pushes it in under the backboards Frank "Lindy" Lindeburg, varsity and JV coach, waits in anticipation for the Clan's next move on the hardwood. ff-f-vm-N-Q. With a starting tive of Wills, Tyler, Zouhar, Hall, Moore, and a sixth man, Warren Blakely, the Clan averaged 69.5 points per game to their oppon- ents 70.5 per game in a schedule filled with many close games. La Verne was edged 69-65 in a double overtime. And again, like their football brethren, the Highlanders upset a highly regarded Cal Western team 67-65 in an over- time battle which sow the Clan six points behind with 21 seconds left to play in regulation time. This certainly was the highlight ot the year. Dave Tyler Guard Sr. , ' -rg: - .w,.e.Aff'--1.,11"11'1:M'iq:'n:w1g'-Wv.+il46- ff -. yy, x ,., 12, .,,,ggi,,V.,Q.c:.Qwgwv.-,55:'-zmszsff..3 . I, "W7M"f ,.., , 5 ..,,.,,..-..-n-www-www wx-fa. A 21221 V , -f 1f2.Ei 'f .iififz-g.' .7 'l F9 V .3 :M-.Milne--xref:-4wsf-A . f K ' -' - Wt . ,iv - r 56 1 i 2 Don Moore exhibits one of his typically "Don" jump shots from the key. by close contests . , .. wr eenwmmrme-,1,m, .1 f f " ' ' Jack Erickson Center Soph. Ray Zouhar ' ....-.- Guard "" 'wmfu Sr. A - --- ,M-M., 4: A . ., ,fm rj 'W' ,,,...e- Wills sparks clan cagers lndividually, Bob Wills was a busy man, breaking three records by scor- ing 32 points against Cal Tech, and averaging l6.5 points per game while amassing a 264 point total over the season. Back next year from the first six will be Moore, Wills, Hall and War- ren Blakely. Zouhar and Tyler, both seniors, will be missing in the Clan's lineup. Dave Tyler executes a two hand lay-up, adding two more points to the l-lighlander's total. As he did all season Bob Wills controls the tip for UCR as Don Moore waits for the ball. .5 ui Highlander Junior Varsity: First row, Phill l-lammons Cmgr.l, Steve Steinfeldt, Bud Heeren, Bob Fakundiny, John Pitzer. Second row, Ray Vermeulen, Joe Kornder, Kurt Pickus, Jack Erickson, Dick Gates, Randy Woodward, Frank Lindeburg lcoachl, JV's . . . potential 0 From way up, Jack Erickson does a one hand vci rslty E 5 - fag .ff so g fr r-.r , , f'-'- ' . , , A I , ,,., , , ,I Q 4 CIS 6l'lJCIllefS The Junior Varsity split a twelve- game schedule down the middle, win- ning and losing six games. Jack Erick- son grabbed l6 rebounds to set the 'only new individual record. Q2 J ,Aff V ' ' " '-J' 'T' -' 'Eb'5:.'.:E'f47-f f , Q N' '59 Clan aquamen, with a season record of i3 wins, 5 losses and l tie, have had their most successful season, lowering every school record except in the 200 yard buttertuly. ln SCIAC competition a record of 3 wins, 4 losses and l tie was posted. Bob Wills and Larry Ayers together lowered or helped to lower seven of the school records. Wills and Ayers are both juniors, and, with only two rnen graduating, next season's outlook is bright. The i959 Clan Aquamen: First row, Larry Ayers, Wayne Curl, Tom Thurs- ton, Mervin Barnes, John Preece. Sec- ond row, Bob Wills, Don Lode, Ron Richter, Garden Elser, Steve Pickering Al Lyons, Chris Peterson Cmgr.l Clan ciguamen Aerial gymnastics by Bill Treusdell-more points tor UCR. ,-.,,. 1 ,,.,...auv- , hl ' . Q . ...iti- .-ls. Larry Ayers, number one man on the Highlander swimming squad, exhibits some of the form that helped him break many school records. better seven chool recorcls Churning-up the wafer like a speed boat, Larry Ayers scores another first place forrthe Clan. The straining last lap of the medley relay with UCR out in front. ' ,1 .4 . , z ., AN - Iv . l, ,. -my .V , : g:."J-,lr wr. ,. yf - . , 4.-fir ff- , : ,MW , gm V -f . ., -sw'Y"' - ' 'rLb"'gg'JA"?1y: '-Q rffffi' 1.-L--, flu--M . 1-2-1' . :pin A V 'gi e- , af fTe17,5mf4J?" ,Q .7 1-wigiv' .f-- ,W -2:5-5,.,.",,us: 1 ' , - ' F 3- - U Ag- -. -kttgz' ., "' ' 1- yzfizf .31 .. f .. -' 'sf' J - ' .4--M .L-. 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The team did well under the coaching of Gil Allan, and finished the season with a 2nd place fin a tour-way meet? in their only home appearance. Prospects tor next year are high, with nearly all members of the squad returning. He flies through the air with the greatest ot class?? the daring young man Ueff Babcock? who will land on his. . . The jump was good for 21 feet. Wearing the Blue and Gold of UCR Charlie Christy clears the bar at six feet even to estab trcicksters Bob Woertink appears to be stepping into the tape for a first place in the 440, but alas .. . he was edged out of first by a runner Cnot picturedl to his right. Highlander The l959 Clan Diamondmen: First row, Ken Robinson, Bill Rommel, Allen Tamara, George Benz. Second row: Coach Pearson, George Matthews, Roy Dull, Joe Kornder, Allen Brown, Bill Fuller, Randy Woodward, Henry Kreyssler lmgr.l. Not pictured: Dick Small. Horsehiclers . , V.: .g Q, ,V G - H-Ma Q., :gr V, ' , , ,,,:v5gvgf,fV:A. 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C' "Ml "'if?'11a:,:'iwf!E2:s 1'-.--1'.1i.J .4 :?91:.,f1 .. vn- -,Q 310:-psf ESE, A-. . -QQ., :gg- Heavy l-litters for The Clan This year are George Benz' ' C.286l, Bill Fuller L3287, Ken Robinson l.457l, George Matthews- llO RBl's7, and Roy Dull 43333. Pitch Coach "Shades" 'Pearson hits some grounders To The infield. gun-Mwmm. Qmww., ww: 1-1, img.-,.fv..-1-M. -zwmwm-f Golfers Drive . . . C ip... Putt... Win! Dan Frederickson blasts out at a sand trap at Victoria Country Club. Highlander linksmen had the best showing in the school's' history, win- ning nine, losing three, and tieing one. This fine showing was due to excellent playing by the entire team, especially Dan Frederickson, Dave Young, and Ron Brown. These three players brought home a trophy from a Los Angeles Tournament. Dave Young connects tor a 250 yard drive. ,Finishing up the match with Claremont-Mudd, UCR golphers putt out on the l8th green. fi I I I I I I I ,f ff ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SAVINGS COUNT EVEN PENNIES 3' For example-see how much you could save in just one month if you deposited a penny and doubled it daily. DAY AMOUNT 1 .4-,,., ,,,,....,. S .01 2 '--.,,, ....., . 02 3 ,-.,,,, .04 4 ,..,-,, .08 5 ,,,,,,. .16 6 ,,,,,,, .32 7 .,,,,,, .64 8 ....... 1.28 9 ....... 2.56 10 ...... 5.12 11 .......... 10.24 12 .......... 20.48 13 ...... 40.96 14 .......... 81.92 15 ....... 163.84 16 .......... 327.68 17 .......... 655.86 18 ...... 1,310.72 19 .......... 2,621.44 20 ....... 5,242.88 21 ...... 10,485.76 22 ....... 20,971.52 23 .......... 41,943.04 24 ------.--- 83,886.08 25 .----.- 167,772.16 25 ------- 335,544.64 27 671,088.64 28 ------ ...... 1 ,342,177.28 29 ------- ...... 2 ,684,854.56 30 ---------------------------.-- .......... 5 ,368,709.12 GRAND TOTAL S10,737,418.23 '1- '- ai' Open your savings account With Security! "' 'E SECURITY-FIRST :CITIZENS DIVISION 3 . C I E, Ag NATIONAL BANK MEMBER: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE coRPoRATloN ff Sandy Jennings can't decide which of the beautiful bolts of material to use for her new dress from HOUSE OF FABRICS, at 4023 Main Street. She can choose from a large selection of wools and cottons, all reasonably priced. Diana Davenport is all ready for a basketball game in her new plaid capri and weskit outfit from REID'S, at 3773 Main Street. Reid's department store carries a complete line of ladies ready-to-wear items. H3 Action shots like this one of Bob Wills and several Oxy opponents are presented in the PRESS ENTER- PRISE daily after the exciting games. Marlene DiOrio and Rosie Streich buy ice cream cones at VlNCENT'S DRUG STORE in the Riverside Plaza. Vincent's also carry the regular line of notions, drugs and household items. I "7 , -M Mary McFarland says that HOSCH'S, ai' 3855 Main .1 navmaag sl Street, is the only store HISSES'41W0MEN" ' to go to for that "dressy" .A Fashion Clothes dress. x 3855 MAIN Q rf- ,I -li?-" l Glancing at the menu at EL SERAPE, 4023 Market, and looking very Spanish are Nan Evans and Bill Kraus, who know where to go for good Spanish dinners. il I1'mfw'.. ,L ' ..., - l 'l 1 ' ' f ' r , 1 ' 4-sq . V. .X ,ls.,-.-r-.-,-f-Q,,,.,.f4:-4 . , ,vw . .ei ,, - "iw, .. '- I , ' 3' ' p r , F ' , y pf- ,fi I , 'I I -" -1 ' 1 , r ' 35 I '4-'4 f4" " via-4 ,f.-: 'jr ' '.'ffl,13Lg,wk-232-" " 'LH'-"" ,Z rv." -ff1f",f1Qf,:',1-",jg I 5 ' -0 , - ' g 4 ' '36 A, ,, . f: ' 151 : Q ., 5-if -, 217,7i.,,.-j,,i-,,,.,1-Wig , V, . I , ,I I, 1 ,J 11, -a5s,:,:,3-gm V, V1 ,, ' -. A 5 5,5 -,iv N g ,, I f- " ' . 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H 1, fi I 5 ggi 1, gi 5 M., ,, gli, .2 ,ff l 3' , 5 :sign M 'krffgi 1 rf J T' ,, 7742 4435 74 3 " ' ' ,aff Yfrg if e fm 1 l -557,4 lg, g fb 21, , ,W ,,.. , ,725 I , . . ,., ,.' ,, MMI!! ,s .fl H lug f i if --g2 -2,1 : rg 5 an , .ff n I fy 1 it 4 fd ew? , '64 ,. ff 5' ' f . , 1 , , Q 11" ' f. :xg ,521 552. f for ' Liga f '-vi .Q 1 ay gs , f .1 ff K I X ' 335 f 3--.A 4 41 ,uf-.40-Q 2 Barbara Pawlowski assures Frank Farmer with two cokes that MERLE'S DRIVE IN welcomes students, and specializes in car service. V.. R Sue Smith compliments Jerry Holt on his new suit from MCGRATH 0LSON'S, located at 3869 Main St. l43 BEST WISI-IES T0 THE CLASS OF 1959 O mania nf Ammnra NATIONAL 2,'i'5,iE.,"5,"g Assocnmow JOHN McMANUS Manager . ' i-f-:wrt 4 A ' i, 31, tu ,i Lf Both Barbara and Lorrie McBride give their approval to the sports outfit that Randy Faver has chosen from ENGLEMAN'S, 3638 Plaza Mall. 'i 5 Compliments to the University The W. T. GRANT CO. Plaza. Mull fm Vito McForIond smiles os she thinks of the good times oheod in her crisp cotton dress from ROUSE'S, 3834 Main Street. 146 Plhl 53 Stores to serve you Open Monday and Friday until 9 p. rn. Acres of free and easy parking Central near Magnolia ,if '.- v V X - A , 3, . ,Q 5:31-j:1-1:.: -. rg H fs-Q, sl., ,fjg : .- , S- , " NN- , Q X , 35:31. g- 5::Ff1g--'- ,i -sf .5 f fx 1 'in' '31, Q ia Ll ' ix- ' . -,x fm-' XA if -'ti I --Q I .ag1,j:.,.f if "' ' 1 -4 3 1 134 i f f 'V' -fz:f1"t1'i'Twsa, 1- f .-21 3 - ' i k ' .2 ' ,. - 451:-f trys Qt " 2-A-i if - gat. . A A- x. f if Qs - NX sg ., -. if gaze P'- , M ,LE R: 5 I . t- 4 5 - , ,:: " I "" ' 3- -"' 7 i ..'F ."fif ' ' X SI 'F , 1 3 A g :. , I .Ei-g.: -+ 5 :Jn gasp 5: i : An .t L N Q f JX- Ifi ,- if 5 . ' A-1 5 -Q . 51s 11 2 , 4? r r A - ' al fa 3 . W .0 5- . it s"?i5" , i I i i. , I 1 . tr-fQ'fi?'i5Sr:Q!p ' -.: ..fear-rfwm-'s1:'fstSs3sQ:NpsX ,iw-1. 5, ..., , ,. 11 S' -it "e - f -A l im x v-- 521:-2.112 ss - - z , Q 't i s. 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E, lxfblii sl E' :J-tj? i. 1 'lb ' ' if. 9-if .vhs V ,aww is i Qffff mm, i We 'f 631553 1, - XX t KS , ily Margaret Pratt and Carol Ryan step outside to show the world their new dresses from the LORA DELL DRESS SHOP, 3995 Chicago. ,yi ,,. -1 I .1 jf' -,et P 'nv Smiling smugly in anticipation of their usual pancake luncheon, Gene-Ann and Eddie Tarvyd are glad they came to THE SURREY. . ,X mx W ' fa f ' fl Gazing into an imaginary fireplace, Joan Beard and Neil Hatcher sit comfortably on a divan from HOME FURNITURE, 3557 Eighth St. fx.. 30" - - fi f . - ' sg 1" all 94 MJD Sl s7SF?5'3'f,q,. A arsiifwh if Busy during the noon rush at THE BARN is cashier Gloria Tovar. Proof of the high quality food served is the number of Highlanders eating in the background. Best Wishes to the Class of '59 BINFURD' FURNITURE 4129 Main Street Riverside, California 'FF' Randy Faver is a little amazed at all the clothes that Peggy Boyd has stuffed in one bag. Peggy always takes her clothes to BELL CLEANERS, 4344 Market for an excellent cleaning. A BRlDE'S DELIGHT . . We tloroo 2' 0 Fine China O Fine Silver 0 Fine Glassware 0 Complete Home Furnishings our friendly guidance and expert service will make furnishing your home more enjoyable to you. WESTBROOK'S . . . IN RIVERSIDE SINCE 1900 3750 Main Street-OVerland 4-2000 I I ,We I , 1' ww ,f-P2 wig, -X , , 'Hug 1 fl"" ' my .rj,Q.f1,li , "ag, ' v P x . f y ' f fn f'a.,5g':'i,f f'rl f'jflz.fl'4 ,, 15555fi,'::i?f5fwf1,,......, 1' ..-rv: 2 'Y M ,. -5- , , - ff ,V q .P , -' ' -A 5 " . . 11 , " I , .51 f- fm: . ' ' - rf ! 1 -.. 1 , ., .- 1, ,D fu, ' ' ,,,,: r 44'-, , "fs -Ap, ' ' ' Q V , .J-Q.A5,,,, r '- 5""ww,'Es2eff,'.97 " Examining this sports car at AL PERNETT'S and 'hopefully wishing" are Gayle Gerarden and David Springer. Al Perett's, 1651 Eighth, specializes in all makes of sports cars. .55 : "ft "" . . EQ 11" :fl ,af 'Q-MJ Y :Q f . Q, V- ef,-Pi 'Q I I N' I I is , . , .. ?fE:i5i'w " ,2L:.T.1g,1.- zrg:' : -I ,.'f:J'i , 21 ' ' F" fifixi' - 1-, ' " ff, ' " ,wg '- ' . 2'-gr ti -"' ,- . ,f . ' , , 4g7?:1g,f.rf- 6,121.17 V f g,,,vyw5gy im , V -..- '- .,h.' rfxmaarfai L ' . ' " ' irate- - A - 451' . .. :fr1aS1"?" -w 8:33,-r -Q . gg -V.-V-:Vit 127, , h -.hffgez wi. ,L - ,, 5 .- - x ' 4 " ,KN 13 so-N I mi A A r W .LQ ' fe 'f' ' ,- M . .- me M Q:.,..- 1' , . ,:fm::- of 1 -' 41.4 .cv fc' lv,'f---'?47:,:5f!5q,3,. '- .g . 'zz f ., . - - ' ' - ' ' ?2'Z1f .SfE1 '. , ' ' '4 7 ,. . ,,.,. - fig" I . V fr G .. . ,,.. ,, . 1 ..,.,,, Z , A lri' 'S'-7"1""5lf7?' Z' .' I x :cv , sr " 1 f - I CAMEO CAFE is a popular coffee spot. Tom Villa- lovoz shows that he likes the Cameo by patroniz- Ing the Cafe at 2009 Eighth Street D'E1ia's Grinder Sandwich Nine Varieties- ham, beef, meat ball, capacpllo, tuna, salami, pastrami, pepper, genoa Also hamburgers,cheeseburgers, grilled cheese 6814 Magnolia Avenue and Eighth and Kansas For "Goodness' Sake try one of our grinders 151 RENT - A - TUX NG N TUXEDO RENTALS LADIES' AND MEN'S MODERN RENTAL CLASS OF '59 SERVICE AND SALES WEDDINGS-DINNERS-DANCES ARS, and BRlDEsMAuD'S DRESSES WEDDING GDWNS 3720 Main sneer TUXEDOS Phone ov 6-4400 3581 Eighth Street at Orange Riverside, California OV 3-1901 Carolyn Lee in her outfit from STEPHENSONS, Downtown Riverside, cmd ' f om DON CREE'S Stop to chat with Elcino Tom Hogan dressed In sportswear r McDonald, who is "sitting pretty" in her Summer dress from PEGGY CREE S, Brocton Arcade. N sg X Mary Richards and Dick Arthur guide Lorrie McBride and Bob Wills to their favorite eating spot-THE DINNERHORN, in the Riverside Plaza. The Dinnerhom is just the place for that "big" dinner-date. BRIDGEPDRT BRASS C0. RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA .79 2.92 HAMBURGERS CH EESEBURGERS MALTS PASTRAMI Now featuring the finest P Eighth near Iowa Near UCR OV 3-8040 Your new car dealers in Riverside: DE ANZA CHEVROLET - Chevrolet .......... 3533 Market GLENWOOD MOTORS - Chrysler, Plymouth, lmperial, and Fiat .................. 3050 Market ROY HELGESON - Buick .............. ........ 3 505 Market RUBIDOUX MOTORS - Cadillac ..,............. 3595 Market MOSS MOTORS-Plymouth ahcl Doaae--3574 Market S WARRAN-ANDERSON co.-Ford ............ 3410 am sr. DON GILMORE PONTIAC- Pontiac .......... 3390 3th St. L. R. BROWN-Lincoln, Mercury, Edsel .... 4150 Market 6 Jfifr J gl .fa 0 Kay Kerclraon, wearing an outfit typical of the latest fashions from G. K. ' CHRlSTENSEN'5, located in the Plaza Moll and Downtown Riverside, looks especially pretty seated in a display at THE CHAIR HOUSE- the home of L beautiful and imported gift items, located in the Brocl-on Arcade. - T casual and fine art vi l B ,F f f by ,Jw V 3 , r . , 1.1 MISSION INN, the lovely garden hotel, is the perfect vacation spot. Bob Melsh, Tiiu Reimo, Fred Hayward, Barbara Pawlowski and Jackie Ryan enjoy an afternoon in the Mission Inn pool, one of the many attractions it offers to guests. Rise. f , J if f Q RN I s in . X7 if X j .iff ' i 5 ww. ., fw.zs31: MHA, ,, 3 . x 2 ' , 3 , ,, ? We 'J . ,-. A ' 3. ir i, 3, 1 t X K at tl, A 9' 2 s. I., ix. fwnwsys 2: we S .J K I I f - .iU.".1, X f hushing X the roar j' HOPKINS TV 3541 Plaza Mall f 9 ofthe ij rn I sys toon ann jet ' I l..M.2' . ..,-..-:...s-..,.,... , 4 1 1 1 1 ,fr 1 f 11 fsx-h-,.-.- ...linu-ni-niunu Aix up ,,,..... ., V I., , 'sew -as:-f , 'f' -, -- - .2 . ' ' .t , J . I .' V Yea, 'f,45f7"f 9 ,2 ' V-X-.-,,,g. . ,- ' l f l . ,uf Rohr-built sound suppressors put the finger squarely on the solution of the jet noise problem. For instance, the Boeing 707 shown above, flown by leading carriers such as American Airlines, will serve communities with noise level down to that of present large piston aircraft. f This complex unit is just one of the many major components Rohr is building today for the great jet airliners of tomorrow . . . serving such leading aircraft builders as Boeing, Convair, Douglas, Lockheed, North American. '.T'f79 ., t ' ,El 1 s 'EWM HUHH V AIICIAYY COIIOIIIION MAIN PLANT AND HEADQUARTERS CHULA VISTA CALIF PLANT: RIVERSIDE, CALIF. I ASSEMBLY PLANTS: WINDER GA AUBURN, WASH. -l 1 ol Efkiiififlll F2lkF1IlIVI Shhwwlihhawnw 3391 Main Stix Phone OV 6-1251 157


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