University of California Santa Barbara - La Cumbre Yearbook (Santa Barbara, CA)

 - Class of 1960

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However, this year the dedication is being presented to a member of the community, one of UCSB that he is, for all practical purposes, as much a ated with it. This man is Thomas M. Starke, publisher of Too few people, perhaps, are aware of the role that Mr. as a community and, more particularly, in the evolution University. In 1901, a few years after his graduation, Mr. it into the flourishing and respected concern it is today. who has been so instrumental in the growth and success part of the campus family as those more directly affili- the Santa Barbara News-Press. Storke has played in the development of Santa Barbara of UCSB. Born in 1876, Mr. Storke attended Stanford Storke bought a waning newspaper business and built During this time, Mr. Starke served briefly as a U. S. Senator, was appointed to the California State Crime Commission by Governor Warren, and, in 1955, was ap- pointed to the Board of Regents of the University of California. It was Mr. Storke who successfully campaigned to get Santa Barbara College into the University system in 1944. Again, Santa Barbara's elevation to the full status of a University in 1958 was due in great part to the efforts of Mr. Storke. Now, at the age of 84, Mr. Storke is receiving, from all quarters, the tribute befitting a man who has led a life of untiring and selfless public service. ln 1958, a book entitled California Editor, the fascinating story of Mr. Storke's eventful life, was published. At this year's Charter Day ceremonies on the UCSB campus, Mr. Storke was awarded the honorary LLD degree in appreciation of his service to the community and to the UC educational system. Finally, the Associated Students are dedicating, with deepest gratitude, this year's La Cumbre to Mr. Storke, a man to whom all of us connected with UCSB owe so much. a 1, f Z 1 "7 l .4 , , .gl ,X t 1 G -'N' '- 'Tb 1 . PN 9 ' .Al 'ban .S ..,i Y lstfdgxs KATHRYN CORDELL JOYCE HONOR COPY Scholarship, service, character, and leadership over a four-year period are the factors on which a possible Honor Copy recipient is iudged. ln each of these, Kitty Joyce has excelled. So it is with heartiest congratulations that the La Cumbre Honor Copy, UCSB's highest award, is given this year to Kitty. As President of the Asso- ciated Students this past year, Kitty assumed all the responsibility attached to that office while still managing to place herself on the Dean's List for scholarship as she had done in her iunior year. Kitty can also list among her accomplishments the Presidency of Panhel- lenic Council, the Chairmanship of Cal Club and ACB, and mem- bership on Frosh Camp, Sophomore Class Council, Spurs, Chimes, Crown and Scepter, Legislative Council and Alpha Phi Sorority. Congratulations again, Kitty, and we hope that this Honor Copy will symbolize for you the culmination of an outstanding college career. AMS AWARD Ron Largent, while iust having arrived at the end ot his iunior year, has contributed so greatly to UCSB that he is being awarded this year's AMS Award. As a freshman, Ron was a member of the class council, Gau- cho Band, and Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity in addition to being AMS Secretary. Ron had a busy sophomore year as sophomore class President, Head Cheerleader, and member of AS legislative council, Cal Club, Rally Committee, Frosh Camp Staff, and Squires. During this past year, Ron has been a member of the Music Control Board, Awards Committee, Legislative Council, Finance Committee, as well as being a Rep-at-Large and Presi- dent of the Gaucho Band. ,gn-.J r""?b SARAH HELEN RICHARDS 'lx "QT, 'o- it X-'04 v- '-'nj RONALD DALE LA RGENT AWS AWARD Four years of service to the school in every way possible have resulted in Sally Richards being chosen as the recipient of this year's AWS Award. Sally has been Vice-President of the Junior Class, President of Chi Omega sorority both her iunior and senior year, Frosh Camp Co-Director, and ACB chairman. ln addition, Sally has to her credit memberships in Alpha Mu Gam- ma, Sophomore Class Council, Crown and Scepter, Cal Club, Chimes, Spurs and the Huxley Seminar. Sally's contribution to UCSB has been at all times a vital and outstanding one. Honor Keys -',- ' - . U . ff' .4n9"' .45 f 1 NORMAN BADION 2 ,ff-eff fn-"'1 ., 1 J 1 .rf Q COVELL DORN BROWN , A Nil. l I N, .. gg 4,..v-""" !.f X f' AFA ff? -,! nn? KATHRYN CORDELL JOYCE DENNIS GUSTAV NAIMAN ROSEMARY THERESE McDERMOTT '. ,ll V, J' " J -7' JC., .VT ?'7f f!-5-16f"fSL if 1 ' ui ffl?" 'fill-- 1 ,v ma-rf: --L-:fl :a-Q, -H6 1-1 A ,.,. 3 a- ,nf ,V-1.-3,-A-,.m .L.':J' if, ' 1,11 'K 'V ' -""-. Qw'-1iT-- ' ' vw Q, , M TA. 5 A - x ,, x -lx 4 sk -l IS ' . w- T i . , 1 of Q r ,,, f I -XX fn 1.....l, , Q .ggi . Karol Kay Nelson , , YN- Q' ,F ' i 3 X 'f r .' NN . x - xi-or . 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' .34 -2 H114 .' v', 13,7 W Y iijf- N- 'Y H 16 F ,Wh H -f .ms- : 'H . --A , h -. A9 My ,. , I- U. i ,xi -Q QA.. .,,w ,. KW. - .. . .. mm-.---U ,X A .:..m.3 T - -af" '95"wr"f""f" A., . -4,-il, FY .,?yrl:-34? I, 1"-E - '15 X' J.-5 ... Y"'gn,,g5. f" - ' --X. Za h : A 'K L--J 1 " . - 'fs - K Q q' 'F 7 , N ' .. :-Aw:-X" 4 -" Mm - -M --ni? wa? ,lf -dab! L. 1 .5 E1 ,e- 'F ar, A ffm F, QW, X '-- ,i wah I' yr 29 ,X s A - f-. 4- .. - " . 2? ---ff. '-Rss. XML, N I. :Q4 V f 3 ' ,tiiflfi -NNW-s. . M V xv: gig. es B- ' -1' s- '-,- : Samuel B. Gould x-xvzcymxxtbx NPN.. S New J CHANCELLOR SAMUEL B. GOULD On September I8 of last year, Dr. Samuel B. Gould was inaugurated as the first Chancellor of UCSB. The fact that Santa Barbara was to have a chancellor was an important milestone in the growth of the campus. Having Dr. Gould in this position appears to make the step all the more significant. A man with a varied and impressive bakground, Dr. Gould brings to Santa Barbara an administrative approach well-grounded in experience. After receiving his B.A. from Bates College, Dr. Gould went on to a Masters degree from New York University doing work in between at Oxford and Cambridge. He continued his studies at Harvard after receiving his M.A., and was awarded an honorary LLD from Bates College in l957. Since T954, Dr. Gould has served as President of Antioch College in Ohio. He has taught at both the high school and college levels, and is well known for his essays on education. Through his numerous speeches during this school year, Dr. Gould has revealed himself as a man with very definite ideas both on educa- tion in general and on the problems that will accompany Santa Barbara's growth into a major institution. ln his inaugural address, Chancellor Gould said this of the purpose of education: "Only the full utilization of our mental and physical capacities can assure us some hope for success in the world-wide strug- gle. And the truly important battleground is that of the development of men's minds and hearts. This is competition of the highest order in which we must not hesitate to take up the gauntlet or give anything but our best to the conflict of ideologies." Speaking to freshmen on the importance of centering college life around intellectual pursuits, Dr. Gould said, "Since you are to be our product, we have a deep and sympathetic interest in your devel- opment, we hope you will cultivate this some sort of interest in the university's development, for then you will be mindful of your own per- sonal stake in education for the rest of your lives." ln the coming years, it will be Dr. Gould who, more than any man, will be responsible for determining the direction of our growing university. .ludging by the positive impression left on students and faculty during this, his first year at UCSB, Chancellor Gould will have the complete confidence of the school in what- ever course of action toward this end he should choose to take. ...f,1'St"? K 7 uw, is s-'sw THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY The Board of Regents is a corporate body entrusted with the administration of the University of California. Composed of 24 members, the Regents have a large number of duties, among them being the selection of the President of the University. Presi- dent of the Regents is Governor Brown and the Chairman is Dr. Donald H. McLaughlin. One of the Regents is Santa Barbara's Thomas M. Storke, to whom this book is dedicated. The Regents held one of their meetings on the UCSB campus in September, directly after Chancellor Gould's inauguration. ,af PRESIDENT CLARK KERR Only last year Dr. Clark Kerr stepped into the position of President of the University of California, succeeding retiring president Robert G. Sproul. Within a short time President Kerr found himself vitally embroiled in all of the rigorous administrative problems inextricably a part of his position. Extremely concerned with the im- portance of the relationship between the University and the state, the necessity of retaining high quality in the education provided by the University, and the complex problems facing the University as it grows, President Kerr has carried through existing policies and initiated his own as well, earning the attention and respect of administrators, faculty, students, and the public. Since the publication of the controversial Directives, Dr. Kerr has been called upon to justify and explain the reason behind their issuance. The reasonable and intel- ligent way in which he has handled this task has beyond any question reassured everyone in the University sys- tem of Dr. Kerr's integrity and ability. VICE-CHANCELLOR ELMER R. NOBLE Vice-Chancellor Dr. Elmer R. Noble took a leave of absence immediately after Christmas this year to spend four months in Indonesia as a consultant on higher education with the International Cooperation Administration, the U. S. agency for international aid in education. Dr. Noble's experience at Santa Barbara as former Dean of Letters and Sciences, then Acting Provost, and now Vice-Chancellor, gave him much of the knowledge required for the iob he is to do in Indonesia. As well as having been a top administrator at UCSB, Dr. Noble is also a professor of Zoology and has done a large amount of research in the biological field. Dr. Noble was last year's recipient of the La Cumbre Dedi- cation, the highest honor that the Associated Students can confer upon an individual. E 2l Deans '77 Nui". Helen E. Keener Associate Deon of Students Dean of Women ky'i'i.j' fI" , 3' I J it-A ,, ' - '-ft.- 4 'f :ag A .71 ' 2'-- 1 A 'P' Q ' A lf: 5 - ' - l..f f . 1 - 5' , J... lu- ' i 1 Charles B Spaulding Deon of Letters and Science gtfiv' , , WX '-Q NG R ,Q-ap, X X X f -..-'F' ' ., sf' .1 ,- V .X i X rg x N s.. 5 N Q SX l A As f -' - '-'var--v t l X x X X X L...- . , . . ..t'v Cf" A 'Ag 5 ' intl' ". " 4. . n.s., W ' John M, Groebli Associated Dean of Students Dean of Men I1 I .F 'W A 35 44 SJ i .,.. h f 1 nf: ,Q xx 5 3' rp' Ellen E. Bowers Assistant Deon of Students Deon of Student Activities 95. ,en A. John C. Snidecor Dean of Applied Arts lyle G. Reynolds Deon of Students A f 1- ff.. I ii cr-n ., i M y. '-9.1 - 1 I ,. V 1 N X H. Peter H. Merkl pf, -u 'F A .55 . ""' 1: ' AE' 8 Foreign Students Advisor Wilfred T. Robbins Director of Student Health Service is ss- . '-u i Y 1 M 7f 7 ' ' W-1 N f i i, 'V i 1 .' 2 2 n " ,.f ' , ',l 'i 2 :Y f ry N px I , 'tn 'J , ffl,-, J 5.17 V rl J . -. , Va- ui ya , i graft It in Al l - W i -f , x N K LA' 1 I ulzky - ., R V. ,U .. f, A. t- ,age 1 . f s a. or iff' - -M 13' ' " 9' A i i I 5? V: ,i .it Paul W. Wright Registrar Herbert S. Thomson Business Manager 1 u t F3331 G Administrative Officers D' L.. P"J Velmo Morrell Housing Supervisor E. L. Chotberg Placement Executive ' riff! ' 1 iff? 5 '- ' Q Yi, IT' . ,L Y -"' it M., -z -f f A NY -- .Wy ' . An' T '- - ' 'Ki ' a if ' . ,fs---,-. --- .PQ , gQ""x -N. 5514552 M A Y CQ ' r Eg, - .1?1?Z'Zv4':A"" 'L ' .f gn A ,W .,.,, W '--h4.4s4,M-F -WY Y ',,, p W 'I li A 5- N 1.1 ACT Nl-HES ? -I.'Q'1'. . .at .. 1 '- -xl-s,,."' hi -4 ' , ' " -.-P: iff "1 ,Jw , Y' ,...l-,fy Y, .,., " - ' 3 V J i, ., fn: -r i"0' . 1 'ig' ' C n I N W All QQ3 1 ,Q '.x '-' 1' ' .." ' te-is i el-l wig? - hi ,, i f r- 40' I f 1'-f -1 ZX :lf -o'f:W::A A ,K . KL "f Nun' X. x:-.-J - 4 .v We i ft Y'f +1.- 1 , -f i, . . x ' 'ii 'V v 1 f '11- Qkfccfg X N w m e-1 -.. ,, , . , ,,-ei ,. - iff X I I sz wi' " , ' 54- '. 4',.-1:-er'-v ,-4' eva? L,-,, 'Hg ' Q' ' gi: 'feb 1 . r . -' A ,. i'-fl" , ,- vu 41 Wi ,' X - . . ge' F' if V ,-., L c g -'-Q51 f ,J H .-' Y, , X 1 tffil '-.aw J ' 'ef " 'of Y ' .-v 91. i Y U Q r 11 " . '5 2' . Q.: K 5 4 1 J- P A"-N-4 xK', X ' ,hx x K N-H' - 4, fx,-Q dh L If f 26 1', Q lx: V? ' 3 . w .xv President Kitty Joyce Associated Students' President Kitty Joyce found herself faced with a hectic year. She tackled her duties with all the vigor of h e r m ale predecessors and earned the respect of both her UCSB associates and those with whom she came in contact on other campuses. In addition to leading Legislative C o u n c il through a year of excitement, Kitty was called upon to speak at All-Cal weekend, Cal Club Convention and C h a n c e l I o r Gould's Inauguration. In each case, it was the unanimous opin- ion of all those present that Kitty brought credit to herself and her school in every way possible. Kitty's reign will be remembered, above all, as one that saw a good deal of controversy: The Barbary Coast question, President Kerr's directives and Argo posters were but a few of the problems Kitty and her council had to face. De- spite these and other difficulties, Kitty can look back over a year of accomplishment and growth for UCSB under her leadership. ,.,., NR X new A.:-.k::,xs,:,.x s I -v, . V. 3 . , eqtggx-'ii' - . . :Q-'-M 4- - x gi. at by .'K.'-zifqszi A s" -- -.xv A-:N P. .Q ,, c v s-5-1.'f. 'i',':l.j .QQ .K gl at 1 ii W.. is President Kitty and committee chairman Rosalie Fay. Q This is a picture of David in September. It might be titled "before Legs-Council' 5...-......-..,-M? Sharon managed to keep a smile, Tuesday after Tuesday after Tuesday. Secretary Sharon Holden To her fell the task of accurately re- cording the activities of Legislative Council meetings. Sharon handled her iob efficiently and accurately. Despite her duties as Secretary, Sharon also found time to serve as Rush Chairman for her sorority. 1' fit- f 1 mv ,ei iffy, 1' i -Q0 1 -I K. . , -4 .i ' 1 -I gdfv .1 ' 4 -1552 -.li Q :- David Quisling, Vice President of the Associated Students. Vice President Dave Quisling was a valuable member of Legislative Council. In addition to this work, Dave served on the Activities Control Board and functioned as a member of Standards Com- mittee. 'uf'-, in " "Z .1 w t 3:52 L3 w t . Q1 ' Sharon Holden, Associated Students Secretary, 27 -.- 1 -Q , f S, RHA Rep Wome-n's Rep-of-large Men's Rep-at-large Marilyn Jacobs Gretchen Ziegler Roy Fisher W X P' f Women's Rep-cn-large Men's Rep-at-large I f Joy Tai! Ron Largent Men's Rep-of-large Rosendo Castillo if if ff fi ", - A ss L - Lira? 4 + -xii 1 3 - Rf' P N 4 fs: - . - , P ' - , E' '5 ., 553 uf f . ' s -ll wa. ' f 4 Hg U! M' I "3 ,. . ff + qw M., I! W! , 5 sn . V- . l 3 - ' e Q . .. 4 ' 1- A x K 51 ' 'la' ,V v' ' ' ' xg Q ' , , N , '. 4 -, i Q Y l - , .Y x X W - . 5 , X - R 'N Y ' X" f-. lx Y t 5 1 -hx , L ,I ,fy , f -Q. , X ,J Q L vi X. 1 ,A AMX N f cf M :Jn ' -4 XX ' ' I, ,x Z x - -4 . Q jyg T?""', ' ! " Q A.h..1-fn' A ' - I Q -f"'11 I:if' ' ' Leg Council debates , ..- Pi fk-1. CHUCK WARREN Non-affiliated Men's Rep 5 V PAT MCCARTHY Wamen's Rep at Large MIKE LEE NANCY FREY RHA Men's Rep SOFOYUY REP Fall Semester Legs Council Faced with the chore of policy-making for the Associated Students, this year's Legislative Council, headed by Pres. Kitty Joyce, left behind them a few milestones by which they will be remembered. At the beginning of the Fall semester, several minor sports were elevated to the station of maior sports, increasing the membership of the Letterman's Club and taking a step in keeping with the growing nature of the University. Perhaps the "hottest" issue was the decision by the council to abolish Barbary Coast. The school-wide controversy preced- ing the final vote gave leg council members a chance to dis- cover the opinions of their constituents. Another important action taken by the council this year was the incorporation of the Coffee Shop and the Student Bookstore. was x is-. ,Z .-5 , ks, Ron Largent, who must have been a rep extraordinary ,ki , Y i 5 ' T QF' g A Q fp " if FLORENCE FONG Office Manager-Bookkeeper . P? wdmxte 1. A F sim i ,tl-E37 K if MARGARET BEGG JERRY ROCCO Cashier-Typist Director of Publications Associated Students Business Manager Bob Lorden is without a doubt one of the busiest men on campus. Through his office pass all publication's business for the school, ticket sales, Student Union enterprises, to name but a few. Working this year with an AS budget of over Sl50,000, Bob is also a member of most student committees. Members of Bob's staff are publicity director Bob Magruder, band director and activities assistant Hal Brendle, pubIication's director .lerry Rocco, bookkeeper Florence Fong, and cashier Margaret Begg. ROADRUNNER REVUIQ a . 1, I '49 30 HAL BRENDLE Gaucho Band Director A QAI'l6s, , -qfwx iggjg-gig-Y.: Q.-,X 5 .. -tv Q uc...-w-Q. ........ . cv-...,..-.... r Y in ,, 3 w .wrt fix ROBERT LORDEN Graduate Business Manager ROBERT MAGRUDER Director of Publicity IWC BETH TRUDEAU Executive Secretary for Activities Control Board for Dean's Office t 'E Committees Assembly Commillee. Marianne Sloiko- vich, Chairman Jim Sullivan, Mary Car- michael. Not pictured, Bruce Slaller, Judy Jeffries. --Q -- -1 i f' A-as 'A 5 -.-'Q --S fs' ' 1 5 '- . W A ' L l .V 1-1. - -f- rl i -6 K f. F: , ,r-1, 'W-vi, . Y -V V if" 'jig 'X ,Wy G 'Xu ,MQW ' 1, K ' l :tl 'ig-t, ll 5- V f we M N ' , i f-f:,,E Q., A Q -A '-1?,xg.- ,Q Pa, ,NK HF. Ima , J- -iq I' . mit Q.--. ee Q... .-U Q 'M ' .ef ,wr e '- Q' F, ,e . Y A 1 ., hr. . V- , v X H . 1 il. X ' skit? - , .- , 'X lr 5 ,V is M 2: Ng, 5'-15 V", :r x sf ff' ,X ,i 'Las 1 .QNA if 'F f '.:2A1'f.vs Charilies Commillee, Chuck Warren and Gretchen, Meg Andrews, Chairman, Caro- lyn Krall, Nancy Frey. FINANCE COMMITTEE Back row, lefl lo right Ron Largenl, Tom Lloyd, Bob lorden, Covell Brown, Chair- man, Fronl row, left To right: Killy Joyce, Judy Dilley, Nancy Frey. J J s 3 :Q L. 1 - 1 r-Ii .N F: X X .5 , rv ff ,, - nf' 1,54 1. X ' x V it S' 1, ,, To-if ,:, ".-54. RALLY COMMITTEE Bank row, left vo righl Rose-ndo Castillo, John Clay, Ron Neuhoff, Bob Brooks, George Splnk, Sealed: Momca Robinson Carol Scholl, Linda Liederman, Anila Bar lon, Ann Cody, 1 Q .7-Q. . R A an 'E , . '- a A .gfqk F' "5 PQ? A 'X i' 1 i 4 0 , ,.. X . 55541. 3, ,.,s1 . .gi Jf 1:95:35 ,Q-gf MF. .,f ,aa PUBLiClTY COMMITTEE Diana Sanders, Chairman, Sharon Sherard Julie Huffman, Paige McKinney, Nol pic lured: Chuck Warren, Pal Partridge, Gau cho Gad-About Edilorg Marilyn Woods Sharon Rowe. 3, W, 5S5.fUf353"'R 2 a 'C Special Events Committee. Back row, left to right, Dean Bowers, Sharon Sherard, Jean Christian, Al Dexter, Co'Chairman, John Clay. Middle row, Vicki Clark, Marie- Louise de Bronac, Linda Barge, Colleen Greer. Front row, Carolyn Scott, Carol Newton, lan Cameron. Student Union Committee. Back row, left to right, Bob Lorden, Mr. Baughton, Dean Keener, Russ McClain, Dean Reynolds. Front row, Carol Saindon, Chairman, Helen Naiiar, Kitty Joyce. Qtgrfgyf 112 Q lf . . ' ef Q. 5, QJ - 4- , Social Committee. Back row, left to right, Dave Weaver, Sharon Tynan, Janice Carter, Don Hendricks, George Spink. Front row, lell to right, Sandie Amos, Doris Julio, Rosalie Fay, Chairman, Mary Tuttle, Sue Ramesdell. 7 'tv . "2 . 41 , . 6 ,, 5' .ll -X -, :ln VI. k e.l.l:'f. Aa: I 7' .r...,-.- :Qnxct i. wiv T, ' 6,6 ,s 'F xg e A l . , J A' ' l 'vt , f A , Qggi -1 Standards Committee. Back row, left to right, Jim St. Clair, Dean Reynolds, Norm Badion, Dave Quisling. Front row, Dean Keener, Janis Silver, Chairman, Sue Allen. . ith ?? Boards A - , .,- - ., . , .I x :Dey -,xnxx Q R 41 r . ' ' ill i 5 illll ' L ri , 1 . sewfmsf-A 'fe Activities Control Board. Back row, left to right: Joy Tait, Roz Rubidoux, Sally Richards, Howie Reichner, .lim Davis. Front raw: Kitty Joyce, Mrs. Trudeau, Dean Bowers, Rosemary McDermott. 'fzkjx a -al W .Cx ll. . Jili ' .b :ww - ave S?-f X . xl X fig as QF .SA -W.. lntercollegia?e Athletic Commission. Back Music Control Board. Left to right: George Camp, Gary Echols, Joe Berta, Nancy Keele, Chairman, Arne Christiansen, Jerry Rogers. Not pice tured, Morth Bunse, John Casey, Mr. C. Wilson, Advisor, Marilyn Jacobs.. row, left to right: Rasendo Castillo, Dr. Curry, Gary Hildebrandt, Dr. Walker, Jim Mcllwain, Front row, Dr. Lantagne, Dr. Muller, Dr. Goodspeed, chairman, Covell Brown, Dr. Kelliher, Bob Lorden, X. Cv .5 f Ci X fo ig.-Sdfifg, J I ni, wx Publications Control Board. Standing: Bob lorden, Ray Fisher. Seated, left to right: Pat Downie, Arlen Collier, Jeannie Bierk, Barbara Hull, Dan Petter. Barbara Hull Office Manager IFN! N1 Quin 7'Ar' is j Tum Noegele, Dove Hall, Barbara Hull nn an extremely posed plc ure of life in the AS offuce 3, is QQ 4? "' me ,Ng v M XPP. all ix N v ' ls .. f 1 .- - l , 1 A -'QV 1 t ws 2 - -ft P - ,f ,Xi J' ' l igg12l1f5222a5:12jgggg 154 ' ..,, 5531 , :J an 322559 I Hi-1111 CII! """ 'IC l ' Q .iw ffff-iilf5ilf35 1 M -V 5 I , Q I ..,,. 51,7 razaisrg-',:,f,q.f. .- , , ,sas atv ,- Q V 'gr-. .--s::3.'f'L" 17: . A ,. 'f.Q-1-fwl.g:,Lfi3 f . it is wx '-'.V4g4Qg1g',. , rn , 999-4, ' ,4 szgf-Yjwdg-g'r2,' .,, ' 1 4 ,wg -' , . wuffv- s x P , x z. :ix Qi ss H Y A-..2l 1' ' Mike Rappaport Fall President ,, A x ww Senior Class Pictured at the left are the members of the Senior Class Council. Back Row: Mr. Chalberg, ad- visor, Mike Rappaport, Fall President, Arlen Collier, Linda Jones, Spring President. Front Row: Gladys Johnson, Pat McCarthy and Nancy Woods. High- lights of the year were the Sadie Hawkins all-school costume dance, the co-sponsored Jr.-Sr. Prom at the Coral Cassino, Nancy Woods, Queen, and a breakfast held for all graduates on April 2l at the Mar Monte. N X ,X NSR , ,al Junior Class council members pictured at right, from left to right, Dr. Laris, Adviser, Ann Carpenter, Dale Lauder- dale, President, Jim Fox, and Front Row, Chuck Warren and Gretchen, Nancy Jo Bishop, Pat Brinker, Jo Ann Kinkley, Diana Sanders managed to break even this year on the Junior Class budget. This was a pretty good feat though, because with only 512.00 in the budget in September, and only selling lust over 200 class cards, they managed to put on a memorable Prom at the Coral Casino. ln addition to this highlight of the year, the class sponsored coffee hours throughout the year enabling students and faculty members to get acquainted. Dale Lauderdale President Sophomore Class was led this year by Tim Naegele President. They are well remembered for their activities this year including b r i n g i n g th e George Shearing and Shelly Manne Jazz groups to the campus, and the fa- mous Kingston Trio, for purchasing the deans and having them make up for the Luau thus helping the SU Fund and the pride of the class, Pictured at right, left to right, Back Row, Ma- ior Robert Evans, Advisor, Jerry Patch, George Spink, Mariorie McKean, Judy Perrill, Carol Wallace. Middle Row: Linda Barge, Al Dexter, Linda Craw- ford, Sue Fremdling, Charlotte Fair- burne, Front Rod: Dorrie Worrell, Ann Cady, and Tim Naegele. 'f-41. -. 4, , sw.. .2 r, DPT L., 1 vi Q Tim Naegele President Pax , . Freshman Class members pictured are Back Row, Ross White, Steve Camp' bell, President, and Steve Smith, Front Row, left to right, Nan Chalberg, Tammy Evans, Judi Saben, Geebie Alisch, Wendy Mylne, Kay de la Guar- dia, Wendi Hammond, Carol Johntry. After managing to hold their own in the yearly Frosh-Soph conflict, this year turned into the field day, to start off the year, the Freshman class managed to throw away their beanies and with their activities became a class worthy of mention in the annals of UCSB history. ,. Q It ., H, .- V . - sw' wx .- .-.-..v- ff N r sf., --L if. Y fr-7--Ji . :sa smite- .A -,Q ew'-':sf,.rMis' .. , 1 ,C -f- -H we -if "':f+,-22311 g, fi J' 3 af' ' .4f"'7' Steve Campbell President .1 I l.. 5 l tt rg Q ie es- .ludy Salsbury interviews likely prospect for El Gaucho Staff. Phyllis Fisher, Feature Editor and Girl Friday, Fall Semester. W "T iilii . 'N .. T T 5 'Y' QTi'.f""" - 1-F - "swf, -' ,'S..- X -A-fr-, ,rg x '-.-gf. N 1 . N f -'QM fi?- , Q , s. v ,iff to A ' ., -,W .,V , w. . fi 11 , 'gif li Nl X A l '. nn-1 f 1: ' 'N as l f gf X1 I U L fig cf. gr! . , 'W ,. . ' ' "i - ' Nfl .-KVA' W 1 '75 X Q tk-Ni gc , 5 1 ,vs tvs, I : . h X qvx V Q fr' h , A f 3 Q l L A in zdgtsqgl .j 5 N34 My .Q . .. s S X - '- -cs I 1 , ip- ' ? -C . Q I W, A i ' A . l r- . -.-el ' , 1 X th ii ' fl 4 il V A wtf .ti if N . f I K I X , , m h. 'Task W 'f- l 52' Q -. F ., st . 4 X ' -Q, i MN' Ax. . i, Ax ' ,fi , 9 t ' X X A " iii, W- ,, X? is 435572, H 'X . :f s"'- - , J' I .! Q + f P 4 we c . N. ' -ls: ' i 5 A Nelxe, X, ' - "' X it' A A l 1.4, msg! bliss , - . iff. . I . G 'HWELYR ' B -+21 1 -. 3.-+-s T QTFW' - kiln! ' K fe f :Z 'T 1' ' X A ,vs Sis. ,ft . is f-wi E 13 ...xp-fs -'ass Y Y I , A 15 .Q wwe-,. p '.-Q ff' QA.Qfsisrr.-':.--t'mXiix..c-..-.LS n.L,:.:.A P wxs..-:g,,c:.wc-.5 Arlen Collier, Editor Barbara Hull, Co-Editor Don Petter, Co-Editor Fall Semester -15 fu Bob Quittner, Photographer Spring Semester El Gaucho Taking a definite, and often controversial, attitude toward a number of inter-, intra-, and extra-campus affairs, the El Gaucho managed to sustain student interest and provoke thought and discussion throughout the year. Under the guidance of Editor Arlen Collier, New Editor Phyllis Fisher, Sports Editor Jerry Tune, and a large staff, the newspaper brought to the attention of the student body the issues sur- rounding such questions as the fate of Barbary Coast, the abolishment of compulsory R.O.T.C., and the iustification of President Kerr's direc- tives. ln the Spring, faced with a decrease in staff size and the reduction of publication to once a week, co-editors Dan Petter and Barbara Hull took over the reins. With the assistance of Photographer Bob Quittner, Feature Editor Dorothy Bradbury lwhose loss, both personally and iour- nalistically, was felt when she was killed in an unfortunate accident over Easter vacationl, and an efficient staff, Dan and Barbara increased the size of the paper and pursued an ambitious editorial policy. The vital role the El Gaucho played as a campus force was indicated by the in- teresting and outspoken letters written to the paper, the best of which were published. The letters served to increase even further the popu- larity and communicative importance of the El Gaucho. Kathy Williams News Editor Fall Semester Jerry Tune and Judy Hartnack Jerry Walters Barbara Ewing 7-1 Carol Patterson Bob Maddalon Maggie Moir Makeup Editor l I . X.. ., f'f.C"K5 . ,' . s -345 Dorothy Bradbury Feature Editor Spring Semester lr 4 l ' 'Til ,Que , ig- La Cumbre An afterthought: running down the list of contributors seems to tell the story of the book . . . Theony Condos-you must know the name of every senior in the school by now, You're a lifesaver . . . Tom Morgan-to you goes the staff award, iustly so, for your All-American one- man show on the sports section . . . Assistant Editor Judy Borgseson-where'd you go? . . . Bob Quittner-got a lot of elbows dirty, but the pictures were worth it . . . Don May-the martyr who tackled the night photog assignments . . . Mike Curry-a maudlin story of short-lived enthusiasm . . . Sharon Fuiii-my copy editor's on his knees in gratitude for your timely typing . . . Tom Taylor-came back periodi- cally to clap his hands and laugh . . . Mike Lee-wrote let- ters, sent out contracts, got blood from turnips . . . Carol Potter-doing the RHA section drove her to Cal . . . Patty Gibson, Dona Briano, and Gene Mangini. The second semester crew that helped us out of the hole in great style . . . Les Meredith, Dave McCleerey, Bob Magruder, and Doug Gibson-special photogs . . . Judy Johnson and Judy Hartnack-take a bow for the art work . . . Mr. Carlson- came through with moral support for an amoral staff . . . Tony Cohan-brought coffee, made me promise to type all his papers and iron all his shirts before he would write. He finally wrote 2,000 captions lmost were unprintablel and copy, Joan Koch and Chris Bessent-plugged the gaps on more than one occasion . . . and yes, Carol Tennebaum, there will be a yearbook this year. The inexhaustible P.D.-combination Dorothy Kilgcrllen, Polly Adler, Anita Ekberg. rs. and Joan of Arc. Gene Mangini, La Cumbre Ad mon of the Year, Sports editor Tom Morgan lust on onlooker. x f 'lf -1? if 11 ff 'ff is more than Uranus : 4- . I A H" 352,-1-J-'l'Ag,Ef. :-bruises Ii.. ' ' .4"'l1 .'7x'.f5Q'f-44' ' fl, l' 'I lA -FN' 'Mk ' t ' '- I - ' 5.1 ' . ' lik' i--1t"'l4J1f-'Mt'-'1'F'?'i-'55 Indexer Patty Gibson raises left index toe in cl really big "hello" to everyone in her index. I ' i'-I 'fx I .AL I. . 5 Judy Johnson and Judy Hurtnack, divi- sion page artwork, anld cover artist respectively. .,-wr - -,J 7,-, wA't- Y I 1 ' IT., '7 A T L fx v. . :Ll 1.52. ' " Q- 1 T , 103. get -is Q. i ri: 'fe i' Y i t- f..-an-9 -. ,,? 'fe' oi2qv195'.3'g-. 4 -W , ff-"1 - Q,- ffxfff .,.-ff, Pf11g:"'1'.1' .' ., - x FFR ' ii . iz. 'r J N ' Q ' v ..- -, 6, . X WX x X5 x 'gf' . ,HQ . . ' -If f 4 ' ii - -A ei ' .5--f iw B ..-ry k f es Theony Condos, Editor of the Senior Sharon Fuiii, Typist, typing at least IOO words per minute. Section. i .x Q Q, ' l N? i 'I'- hi'-A I ' X i -4. Q gi, iiiiig. 1 , Q? i 9x s.. Fifi' :E f YI 11" 'A A. f. ii 'A ' ' Ai :- inf., V. wo' ff' L "L E. it "A T X 'X 'I --'- JY' X., N Lover of life, laughter and liquid refreshment, the 'pf xg, "i 2 ,X 5 "Guy with the look" Copy Editor, Tony Cohan, , -A., A, ,, , ' ' . . 4 ' - .,,-,ell 'ff 'xg 'A V3--Q: ,H -1 - n.,, A EH, ..1 -If ' xl V if-fi 'Gao 'N it mi Don May and Bob Quittner, Photographer and Photographer. I 3 .. 1 ,S Xi ' X - ,vi-. q"'1' .J .-.V Fw- as - - I' s. E' - ' : .ar 4 . l' ,, . , E,-, '-X fa his 'ff f . "' vm.. ,Jig 1. A jg.-11 it . ' , .f-age' ,gg lcmiifv "-1' A 'Z""g'1-"fel--4 A J L . Q ' fag-fs , giifif' JL. ' - riiifihiis .- Georgia Pearce Editor . I' I 1 Judy Dilley Managing Editor , L, 4 Y.. . ' F ff' l 4 ,Ll Pat Hayes Associate Editor Spectrum is UCSB's literary magazine. Issued three times a year, it presents works by well-known contempo- rary writers, local faculty members, and students. This year, under the editorship of Georgia Pearce, Spectrum featured the writing of such prominent literary figures as William Carlos Williams, and Samuel Beckett. Among the student works to appear in the magazines were those of Tom Chamberlain, Barbara Hull, and Lawrence Thronton. -. Q. C-: E" hsivisb Q. Back row, left to right: Sigrid Larson, Ned Wilson, Pot Hayes, Ken Lavender, Kerry Gough Lee Vanosdoll. Front row: Sharon Crowl, Barbara Hull, Judy Dilley, Norma HOOKS. Norma Hooks Associate Editor w 1'- ,I 'Lf if -bg, we ha... 4 .1 . .lg Mx., v 1 im .z 1 2 . "1- 4-iff, 445- ' 1 rf . - x A IA 3 F .Bw I Erline Elkin Jeannie Bierk Proof Editor ECUTOI' -pr Kuy Squires Distribution Editor Student Directory It is thanks to the Student Directory that procrastinating males can quickly locate a last-minute date, that lovesick girls can find out where their flame's hometown is, and where curious students can find out whether to call their instructor "Mr." or "" Dr.' The Student Directory Editor this year was Jeannie Bierk. Her staff membes were Sue Burke, Art Editor, Kay Squires, Distribution, and Erline Elkin, Proof. Cover Artist, Mindy Sheets. 1-vr1Rr-V, f- Q-5-. , ' ' 1 Arg, 5 Sue Burke Art Editor Qs RL, E . ,., KX tDxLX, .cf i i' Q Vi E I , Jim Davis President f ga!! 1 JP The haze here is not a bad picture, this is the AMS "Smoker." --v-r -,,.,.,-- AMS officers are the representatives of all male stu- dents on campus. Each year activities are coordinated and sponsored by this group of officers. Numbered among this year's AMS functions were a Smoker and Homecoming participation. A Saints and Sinners Dance was staged in the campus auditorium in coniunction with AWS. Officers this year were: President, Jim Davis, Fall Vice-President, Hal Jones, and Spring Vice-Presi- dent, Jim Mcllwain. Major Evans served as Advisor. xx Jim Davis, President, Maior Evans, Advisor, Jim Mcllwain, John Dettner. I4 w N .Q - X, firfis IL Aws offiicers, rom left, Wendy Lee, Marian Romotf, President Roz Rubidoux, and Jill Moore. AWS Beginning the Fall semester with an orientation assembly for all new women students and continuing with a varied list of activities, AWS made the best of the '59-'60 college year. Among their other Fall proiects, AWS, the organizational representative of all women students, car- ried on a Big-Little Sister Program, an all-school Christmas Assembly, featuring the women's glee club, a tea honoring the ChancelIor's wife, Mrs. Gould, and a Saints and Sinners ll ,l' l l . lk, . 5 , , , - . i, x , ,., -,..J.f . . Y V ,ff - f- I N ,--fy.-1,1 I , ' - ,. 17 I . A sig, 2 President Roz chats with honored women at the AWS tea held in honor ot Mrs. Gould. vm " P' ,"f' - f' T- . t- ich - - , ,L ' . 1-,helix - y gg- z , ---gm 'iff-c,,. ' . QE- . 5, ' af.: 'Ny-' - .c.z,gf.. .' ,. - ' 'H ' .4 -' , ,rox ' - ft -., 1. .- , 4- , , , , V , F"mif,g?gL2Q A ' - 151 4: V if "iff ---ff, is-A.. T, SIT lg, ' "E" ' "" 'W ef -1-SZ 'fi if nw, Q' ':.-: I , -. , V - 21' 4 44. X 2 "as : A i . 11' Q' T- rw .. A Q ' l?"'t?'..g. Meng... ,I . , - I 7 1- G .UM Q ,Nl.-.mf E,,...,5?,'Y"x. -- ,. JN . 3 Aff, v .14 xml. Who says women aren't athletic? 5 473' dance co-sponsored with AMS. The big event of the Spring semester was the AWS Installation Banquet at the Miramar Convention Hall. At this time the Ten Top Senior Women were announced and tapping for honoraries took place. The year's officers were: President, Roz Rubidoux, first Vice- President, Kay Hubbell, second Vice-President, Jill Moore, Secretary, Wendy Lee, and Treasurer, Marian Romoff. A flock of femmes at the AWS Big-Little Sister Picnic. J .,. A. AWS Board members, from left, Judy Coleman, Harriet Salado, Fran Cartwright and Cris lannone. J +' "" 'W' "" f' "isv295:tY'g5f:x -:y,::.,T"5 'TFTTW "" 7RfQY3N l Q-Q.. 12-, gf - il ef -X V - ' -:suse . -K '-x N 5: '0 .o. 'xx i A -st 3 If FN? D X me ,SB 5 .,. ,al 5' ,P ,Q it 1 A "' ,sf n Y v -Y' ,I Q :d I -. ' ,Q , -es I Y i I .4 v l ' ,sz ie ' 3' ' Q " ab "' J ., 5. as: -fe J 1 V .V , ,J ,'1'P x t., xx . 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This honorary organization, under the leadership of Kitty Joyce, Choirmang Roslyn Rubidoux, Secretaryg and Gretchen Ziegler, Treasurer brings to- gether a group of outstanding students, nominated by the Santa Barbara chapter and selected by UC Presi- dent Clark Kerr, in the interests of furthering the family feeling among the various branches of the University. Serving as sponsors are Drs. Goodspeed and Kelley. 'lk ,E MN -9- Q Q L-1'-3-A A gt . ,E 8 if , v ,,,, Q E If s. swan ' G. Ziegler Y , V X-N 4 HK' r fry , -' gr, , lil S. Richards R, Rubidoux N. Scott , Hy' ,'i Y. . 49' y f - N ls d' i- 1 orm a lon rv , .,' W ff gr A an .4 James Davis rx" sv, 9 'l gi Bill Haskell 'N 'Ii' "" ' ' 2, " f Ron Heusser ' , , Keith La Matte sfiy' 'X gil 5 D . . 3 -s 'S i pda gr ' R ,T ennls Nalman 'Sv b 5 1, . , .- if . . ffjg 5' Mike Rappaport -f ' Qi' 'O vt 4 W' Gilbert Romoif Y' ' J X " I Y ' X J m J sa e Phil Rowe S fy - 'a 1 1 f5'f3'4i' . -sw' 5 V -' Jock Wilmore -ev' xr " 6 V William slmflell f ' g of N. Af li A, if sEiiEl 1.ieiLqi Blue Key A national honor fraternity composed of outstanding senior men from all phases of college life, Blue Key successfully completed an active year of service to the school. Under the leadership of President Jack Wilmore and Vice-President George Franzman, Blue Key men ushered at football games and Spring Sing, awarded their annual Blue Key trophy to cin outstanding athlete with the highest grade point average, and selected an honorary faculty member. Admission to Blue Key is on the basis of scholarship and service to the school. ,.,F,., ,AA MGYQO DVGPEV Martha Morris Kitty Joyce Karen, Sue, Driver and sportscar, part of the Homecoming parade. Crown and Sceptre Senior women who have dis- played high qualities of cooperation, leadership, and initiative are eligible for membership in the Crown and Sceptre. This honorary group, under the sponsorship of Dean Keener, undertook many activities throughout the year. Highlights of this year were participation in the Homecoming parade and the annual senior women's seminar. S.C.'s Dr. Frank Baxter, noted authority on Shakespeare, was invited to the UCSB campus to speak. The officers who directed Crown and Sceptre were President, Sue Swift, Vice-President and Treasurer, Karen Snow, Secretary, Martha Morris, and Historian, Sally Richards. , .- S f -Q., +1 ' 4: , .s- I..-,, if-F' Sue ,swm Karen Snow President 48 ,,, are 94 r-es Sally Richards ,au- Dr. Frank C. Baxter, noted authority on Shakespeare, lectured on "Shakespeare and the People" sponsored by Crown and Scepter, pf' .1 c I' tl' 1' ix Lin it ' . . . , as T Y' "l S S. - "3 1 'fr fi 1" 'N lex . .. s f't"" 4 i UM K . , . . 1 ' l '17 , .- r if ti Q? Ki? A F Q? ik if -aj' X 'Q 1 ". .Q . , I 7 rr., , Fx N- A t ' N N J- ' --"s j4fkj:5-1,5 "'7""T"""'T V 'K , 4. gs get ,ff X -- 'n jig.. , - L.-'J' Q , ..-.9-r . A s-34.55 " D-,i .J T N A eg ,-..... -V , 63 'er T ess W r' lie it T' ' xii 4 fl P Ml l f . . -A 3' ,Y,, . W.- YYVV. X s. I .--Y- V S- 1 .y:' . .. , X. .QRX 1, . I-'X - V ifzrts- .' t 'X fj5f:'.,:,t,xifSfy2.,', A S- A ""' '-. ,Q ,: 2- 4-'-7,9 X ' 5 , -- ff l Ni L '. -' . ..- X X 3, -9 f X 'ff 1 W N Q T.-:Q s, ' . h.: s - - - - A ' ' ' . V i t is A 1 I he x t' qs-:-'B .f 1 N "ff I .5 ' e ' ' " xx " If J . is L- .. t- ' t . J 'fa . Q ji, if 75,12 :g - - ,-x . e ' 'Lt ' ' w.i7q,,,,. 5 . 4 'S P . '! l l . ' L J. Barnes G. Gardner S. Loyd R. Rubidoux J. Bierk N. Hume D. Lund L. Setser J. Clary M. Jacobs J. Lund S. Shearer F. Cartwright D. Jones W. Mahler D. Sonnie M. Clemens B. Knapp F. Moss M. Watson T. Condos P. Logue J, Mozenter A Chimes Selected on the basis of scholarship and leadership abilities, with the qualification of school serv- ice, iunior women may become members of Chimes. They serve the student body and the iunior class by fostering high academic standards and promoting school service. Their obiectives were attained this years as the Chimes presented a party for St. Vincent's, a home for mentally retarded children, collected toys for the Council of Christmas Cheer, and cared for needy families. As they usher at many school assemblies, the Chimes may be recognized by their brown and yellow uniforms which bear the emblem of a bell. Leading this organization were: President, Fran Cartwright, Vice-President, Joan Lund, Secretary, Denise Lund, and Treasurer, Mickey Watson. Chimes are under the sponsorship of Mrs. Trudeau. i d- . . .vi ' Q. -,FW-.... ,f TX 1 , . . .l .s ,' Q ,3 Q, -1 is ,ji lr! , R, I ac: . ..-0 gf K' '. QQ 'I9' V s -f' .7 ,, 'ez' ,yi '5 mms-A X - V V .R j TZ 'ii c Lv X - C ' ' KO Z S "' 5- Gi Ag fag . lg""' sn '- . 4 7 P fit -"t Q.,-,.x L .2 -r " ,' i. .s ix r Q .-. S 41. . ' Q. V fn -. lfiii-A AW- Av -.2 Q, X.,-but 5 .N A . T? A 15? 5 " 'K .- 'z an xii' b., bg i af' 1 f ' X J in J. , Giifj. ' I Q qi ,i,.i6,, ' r- C. Robech T' ' 1 fix M. Robech Y A Q t lSponsorl 3 A A nf :T f s s 1 1 Y -I . oy ors . ---' ' rf-v ' I i rs A M. Burns J. Fedorchuk D. Naiman R. Clement K. Kirchner B. Neda tPresidentl M, Logan V. Pace C. Conway M. Morris C. Perino C. Corneio Chi Alpha Delta Furthering the achievement of Elemen- tary Teacher Education, recognizing individual ability and accomplishment in educational pursuits, and service in pro- moting the welfare of elementary education by striving to raise its standards through both service and self-progress is the purpose of Chi Alpha Delta. The members are student teachers with an overall grade point average of 2.7 and a 3 point average in education courses. ln the spring, a tea honoring the supervising teachers and instructors in the edu- cational field headed their list of activities. Dr. M. Robeck was the advisor. The officers included Beverly Gaebel, Presi- dent, Mardel Burns, Vice-Presidentf Marty Logan, Secretary, Rob Walker, Treasurerp Nancy Woodhead, Historiang and Grey Noland, Coordinator. . xy ,ci ,ce 1? i te. Qfipfi m 5. X x ' V n T T I ' t I --.3 .X ,AQ , 4? . T? I1 . ' T PFA? ' J""-' 11553 T ' . X sf: fmt: rar-if . or M rf fi s s ETA 13:4-3: , I 11 3- is 6 P 'T . V. Snadcw S. Symon T. Talbot A-I 6 A . -,c 7 T. N. Woodhouse T. Yamada Phrateres is a service organiza- ,I tion for women. Their main pur- l pose is to help AWS in all its activities. A pledge luncheon and initiation, an Easter party for St. Vincent's, ushering, and selling cokes at track meets were some ot the activities that kept Phrateres busy all year. This year's officers were as follows: President, Bar- bara Dahl, Vice-President, Mary NQM1 Jane Breniman, Secretary, Seena ' Nicholaison, Treasurer, Sacha Schmidt, and Social Chairman, Edith Rutter. N ,Hmm Left to right: Sasha Schmidt, Treasurer, Pat Logue, Secretary, Barbara Dahl, President, Jeannie Bardens, Mariarie Brennamin. ti ... e 5557? . vp. ,Q gas? ,g P- A l is "T 1"'2-Ili 'Q .Af . . . 5 ' 9 'tl ,U '. A 5' if, N M Squires An honorary organization open to out- fi. 'S' , V, ' 4' '39 standing sophomore men, the Squires this year under- ' if g ii -i M took several proiects. ln the fall semester, the group occupied itself by sponsoring two freshman seminars. T5-...L ....., Fall resident was Ken Yamanouchi. Takin over the -fxfglgi. AWN duties for Spring was Dave Slotnick. Dr. Clovis Shepard, lgffi , 5 R , A ,, sponsor of the group, was succeeded by Dr. C. Warren s. xl' ' - ' " 3 Hollister in the spring. . , 6, H A f 4' ,os T N, . x ' ii I I . B. Monk J. scott W? R. Neuhoff K. Yamanouchi ' V2 Q' , R 'V lPresidentl , -f ,. Q - a':'.' if .4 ,,. if J. Billig J. Hocking G. Davis C. Hollister A. Dexter ladvisorl G. Korn Block 'C' Letterman's Club is a group composed of men who have lettered in a major sport at USCB. Under the guidance of Dr. Adams and Mr. Williamson, Block "C" chose an Athlete of the Year, sold football and basketball programs, and sponsored a Hall ot Fame. Heading the club this year were President, Jim St. Clair, Vice-President, Jim Law, Treasurer, Bernie Weiner, and Secretary, Gary Knecht. Jan Westlund reigned as this year's Block "C" Sweetheart. The new classification of several activities as "major" sports swelled the club's membership. Ni' i I Duke Ellington is presented the Outstanding Athlete award for l958-59 by Jan ggi Westlund, Block "C" Sweetheart, during this year's Homecoming activities. Shiv pl Officers Gary Knechl, Secretary, Jim St. fi' Clair, President, Jim Law, Vice-President, LVRQK-,".,31f?4fjQ'fu Bernie Weiner, Treasurer, John Stoney, Q. Q Social Chairman. ' -'FSF ss: Sw X at 'PB' ff! i 4 f' T5 l . Ai W X C39 J s."'!"""' Back Row: R. Cordobes, S. Williamson, Advisor, F. Brisslinger, C. Covenlon, D. Vaughn, B. Shortell, N, Permenter, C. Davis. Middle Row: J. law, F, Warrecker, J. Stoney, R. Sceales, Jan Westlund lBlock "C" Sweethecrtl, T. Stoffel, G. Knecht, J. St, Clair. Front raw' B, Weiner, S. Foster, K, Brouard, D. Test, G, Hildebrant. Not pictured: A. Adams, Advisor, J. Fleiss, DQ J. McMillan, E. Rindahl, R. Heusser, P. Westerlind, T. Pallante,D. Kavanaugh, A. Kurrle, T. Kalomas, P. McCullough. Top row-left to right: Donna Van Slyke, Meg Moclferras, Sharon Troutman, Priscilla Moorhead, Mrs. Emma Lou O'Brien, Eva Douglas, Carol Dawson, Pat Delahunt, Miss Kay Brown, Miss Nancy Lee Butler. Middle row' Francie Poston, Pat Alexander, Bobbie Malsberg, Jeanie La Fangue, Sheila Lorimore, Mrs. Anderson, Miss Phil- lips, Mrs. Jayne. Bottom row: Marjory James, Jeannine Jensen, Vicki Gall, Shirley Oliver ,Melinda Williams, Diana Cariaga. WPE Women physical education maiors who have maintained a 2.0 grade average may become members of the Women's Physical Education Club to further better interests in their field. Particularly, the members of WPE encourage the development and main- tenance of good mental and social health and an active interest in pro- fessional organizations. This year's ac- tivities included a Christmas Party and a June banquet. Officers were: Presi- dent, Nadine Hume, Vice-President, Harriet Salado, Secretary, Donna Van Slyke, and Treasurer, Joyce Jung. Dr. Skubic was the club's sponsor. . l Top row, left to right: Nadine Hume, President, Miss Vera Skubic, advisor, Jeannine Jensen, Program Chairman, Pat Alexander, Frosh Rep., Joyce Jung, Treasurer. Middle row: Gwyn looney, Publicity Chairman, Donna Van Slyke, Secretary, Sheila Lorimore, Rep-at-large, Mary Lou Thompson, Tri-County Playday Chairman. Bottom row: Harriet Salado, Vice-President, Valora Kirschenmann, Tri-County Secretary, Mariory James, Dance Chairman. Top row-left to right, Mrs, Jung Soon Sung, Miss Vera Skubic, Miss Marilyn Flint, Miss Faye Witte, Halsteen, Marlene Gillett, Mary Lou Thompson, Sharron Kerr, Miss Frances Colville, Miss Jean Hodgkins, La Berge, Joyce Jung, Dian Holt. Middle row, Bobbie Diehl, Shelly Draper, Christene Lindstrom, Valora Ki mann, Diane La Voie, Dixie Lee Kallmeyer, Jodine Williams, Nadine Hume, Becky Sawyer, Blythe Gentry. Laila Jeanne rschen- Bottom row: Joyce Wilson, Harriet Salado, Gywn Looney, Nancy Hillman, Miss Mary Mott, Mary Wilband, Marilyn Jacobs. Y --'xQg5vgXsfcv3.-f-:ev --- f J to 4"? 4 . ' 1 in K. .' . F : pl ,I 'JA ,l va Fo -A 4 Q, 'Q wx ' --' .- ft "f " J' ' if 'J ' ' ,ff gf' ff' Nr' "I . X ii'-'J i . , e V .ji A . in. si . "'fgf2 'Q K ' l .. gl ' A , x Si' . i' .Q ' ini JA ' ' V f , A ,., . ' y 4 " -A V9 - , v w Z, Q 1 .Q -1 - gg, " t- f:-1 5 A if et N " it t .A ,J ski A Q 't 3 .Exilim ' A Al . Q 3,2 . 5 "1 . A . t V. gh-- i l iq 'Q ' f 4 t he fx J l"'N 31.5 i' tl 'Je v I gl ,Q ' .f - F185 . ..'f'.. X ' . . -is - ...- i' '2 , . X .. . f., 1 .f if ' .V A .4 I A ' Q23 AA F An . I tigsagee- Q N ' V? ' - I '. . 1 . rt. A,,.,-1.1--nw. Q ' -1. . N' H .1 as .ll at CQ. I A. ' , v -P .,. . A' au f mi X J .,. K A ff' Q v N A- 'A' P ' ff- ' 'Y if Q .ai X - vi if .S Q X Y, 5 1 4' sa. X- 1 1 'N D. Tait J. Walters x ,. A A-.. avi' Q5 E W .,i'lib i 0' . -. il-Sli? C.DMVooiJohlbeml'se 'A C i Q - is .jg i f A P. Van Duinwyck Col. G. Woalsey 1 Z9 Q'-" f ' "' 1 ' J 1 ' - ff' J '45 R . ' Q "" A 4 A 4 ' M. Rutter H. sampkans " D. Stockett .lic 'Q' A A D, Smith ""' S. Summerhill i ...- . ,il Q, -' -. Yi X lx C' Ale , A A A. Birkos C. Graver J. Mackensie R, Bowen D. Greenwood R. E. McGranahan R. Clement J. Hows D. Naiman D. Camorre J. Holder R. Oldham D. Fischer D, Lauderdale D. Quisling R. Gray J. Lauritzen N, Randle Scabbard and Blade is a National Military Honor Society of Advanced Course Military Science students. Membership is by invitation from the Junior and Senior classes. This group is dedicated to the principles that eternal vigilance is the price of freedom and that ed- ucated men should take a more active part and have a greater interest in the military affairs of the communities in which they reside. This group meets four or five times a semester to discuss business and to hear speakers on subiects vital to their beliefs and on development in the national defense picture. Under the leadership of President Bob Bowen, the big event of the year was the Military Ball, co-sponsored with the Colonel's Coeds, at Vandenberg Air Force Base. R? Fry-YF 5 ,539 XTC fglui ,. F54 xi? , , -., , aw.,--.V Q ' 'S-i47'5'5.--Y' Q 1 R.O.T.C, troops on Thursday morning. Scabbard and Blade members pose with swords af ihe Miliiary Ball. ? A ki E 1 X .. d 1 W I P L 43.5.7 ' , Sw- , rig K li I 1 :xl-' .J ' 1 . rz l - ' -I - f -la. ' H' Q I, fN 1- 4-6 j x A cy s ll A S is 1" , T V f hr ' ' X . lx , ' ng 1' ' " , , 4 x ' 3 ,. ' 4 I ' 5:-ss., P N K ,tgirl ' --'fe-41??Sf'-mx -.L - ' ' , -1 The Color Guard in full regolia for 'he annual parade in Santa Barbara, The R.O.T.C. Band heard loud and clear very early on Thursday mornings. 42 ,x x , -'Q :x'X"x- N ' - H ,yg V, K :S+ ' .V . '- g " ' hiv ,,l-XXV. . A my 3 S , ,g Al T- Aa.. :z 1: A iw- . 7, Q .Q -:M 4+ vi , X fs, ' . we ,. sw V' 'I Nr I vi Q J l. S- Qs - -.352 A 'i A lf s v , E 3 R' sa fo 6 .v. 54 sa 3, Q I f ' Q Q- V I Q X ... ., 1: J ' V' "F, W' ' , V .mm ' J .fi Ax A I Ll ,, r fa-,... nT N wwf:-Q -'-' X ll Y r , A al . "ix . f J - 2 A J ' - is ' A Ka :sis ,af A - sp - If A' UE Q.: H..-j S 6. SR as 7-,fs -,- P' w ' . ' I-Q V , 1 V P. 'T -.is L? 4' ' 1 5 X f xv, m ' R 5 , F v, A - Q Alix ' . ' f J A l - , j X - -i A ---- , . .. 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HEY? ....ixlgj.3:-vA,.' 3 Th Slriding militarily across campus are R.O.T.C. members Bill Haskell, Syd Summerhill, and Jack Bannon, and Ann Nicolas, president of the Colonel's Coeds, with newly elected members this year'Jan Calvert, Nancy Fairchilds, and Cathy Hairgrove. 6" v J' ' Y. - Q, Y , I W, "' lt.. 1 'TT sr. W f . , Q. A' , if if .lt lvl 'T-h l K is 'l i 5' vs. CQ it 't . 'P :T E Q gl WT-I-7 I .,3 , 5 - lf' fx? . ll .8 T l' l. .4 .4 X 'X ss s. it , R s -, 'pb Q sv W 12. X if ,A 3. lt E J. Moore M. Robinson H. Noiior S. Selby A. Nichols S. Spear T. Pond E. Stoney S. Reynolds C. Street ,N r. E, l fs-it ff 4 Q fi . .. Pl ' , 9 - 1 Qi? . ,Y"Vw:-'LX fiig. I ,rs as i 4525 lk X11 ... V, ,!"fi" ' :r Q .g l is w Y . -s. I " for 4904 , I S. Swift J. Tait P. Van Benschoten D. Weylond J. Wolf -. ifx az, g JW! sv' , , , , ff?-5: uf g " ' V if Riding on a Corvette in the Homecoming Parade was to these Colonel's Coeds, but one of the many compensations for having to get up at o God-awful hour on Thursday mornings. Colonel's Coeds is an organization composed of girls from each of the four classes. The purpose of the group is to sponsor activities of the ROTC Cadet Corps and boost their morale. This year l95 girls applied for 28 vacancies in Colonel's Coeds. The commissioning and pinning of rank ceremony took place on November 5, which brought the group to full strength for participation with the Corps in the parade in Santa Barbara commemorating Veterans Day. Joining with Scabbard and Blade in sponsoring the Military Ball, provided one of the highlights of the social season. This year the Ball was held in the Officers' Club of the Vandenberg Air Force Base. ln addition, the Colonel's Coeds sponsored the Annual General Inspection Parade and the Chancellor's Review. This year's officers included President, Ann Nichols, Vice-President, Merrill Campbell, Secretary, Joy Tait, and Treasurer, Paula Dove. ,f It PDQ vx Ann Nicholas, this yeor's Military Boll Queen, is pictured here surrounded by her princesses, Judy Wolf, left, and Caroline Street. Q ,K .... L f ' E i " tv M f ' .1 , v " 1 .., ' 3 ' . J' ' '- 1. Q' 2. "P if .. .1 ' 1 1 -- 'e Q- '-' " Ll ' Se' " f' -, ,ea 6, , - ' N 3 of 'K . I -bk' g g ri ' 11' -5 K dlflx I Aa, x Y- -K '- 5 , . K . , ' 2 , "1 C . ,. . . x I A Club obiectives are to promote interest in all areas of industrial arts, to strive for better methods and proce- dures of teaching, to pro- ze mote and upgrade the teach- ing profession in general, and to create an opportunity for teachers in allied fields to ED i meet and exchange ideas. 59" Activities this year were a pot- luck barbecue, the annual I A proiect contest in the spring, and the selection of the Man of the Year in Industrial Arts. Top Row, lett to right- Howard McDonell, Jan Greenwald, Dave Mead, Cecil Green, Jack Hargis, Dick Williams, Ron Tyler, Larry Phelps, Joe Jayne, Bob Funk, Charles Collins, Bill Moulton, Daniel Kenny. Middle Row: Dr. W. Holtrop, D. A. Coolidge, Dick Dorsey, Del Comer, Rich Barger, Bob Jessup, Dr, Lynne Monroe, Dr, D. E, Carlsen, Dr. H. J. Miller, Dr. Clyde Keener. Bottom Row: Marion Haell, Roger Wong, Donald Cornorre, Roy Brownie, Dave Lee, Leslie Vogt, David Parker, Bob Compton, Gene Mongini Kappa Delta Pi ln order to recognize outstanding stu- dents in the field of educa- tion, Kappa Delta Pi, a Na- tional Honorary Fraternity, is represented on this compus. Well-known national educa- tors are invited monthly to speak to the members, who are upper division and gradu- ate students. Dr. Durtlinger was this year's sponsor and the officers included Presi- dent, Margo Draper, First Vice-President, Bobbie Diehl, Second Vice-President, Robert Perko, Corresponding Secre- tary, Marilyn Martin, Record- ing Secretary, Karen Snow, and Treasurer, Josette Yrace- buru. 53 . get v 323'- . I n "" .. 'i Y. Top Row, left to right: laila Halsleen, Janice Arcese, Carolyn Bradbury, Dr. Glenn Durflinger, Mike Rozsas, Anita McClel- land, Linda Johnson, Peggy Hartman, Middle Row: Birte Jensen, Leslie Jones, Glenda Gardner, Carol Pfleeger, Wanda Schenk, Arlene Miller. Bottom Row: Mary Skehon, Debbie Freiden, Marilyn Martin, Bobbie Diehl, Margo Draper, Martha Morris. ' ff f' . . ,. . 31- l E 9' i 'L' if i' 1? " "W ' t l ' f . fi if ' 'Q' Y ff' if V ff" ii 1 7 ' - ,Y-'X ' 1 X 41. ,gg-,. .. l?. 123: V f pi' Fir' A 'i ft . V I l 2 4 'XSM .li -. -few i f Lfxf. is 4 xffil- Top row, left to right: Ruth Oesch, Judith Martin, Presidenty Sarah Simpson, Polly MacKenzie. Bottom row: Miss Dolores Men- stell, Faculty Advisor, Eloise Merrill, Eve Trok, Shari La Greau. V vs ., X. ., .A ' K x Nebis- , Q--:ssh ,N as ,.eN?fN C7 ' fy ff Ox! Z ..x Sxgi QQ 2657554 Top row, left to right: Miss Loretta Byers, Marsha Parks, Dearine Sillesen, Sharon Dale. Middle row: Gretchen Ziegler, Karen Snow, Nancy Jo Woodhead, Adele Frantzman. Bottom row: Linda Carnes, Colleen McCarthy, Dennis Naiman. Muse-Ettes The Music Interest Group is an or- ganization open to wom- en students who qualify, musically and scholastic- ally, for membership. The Group provides opportu- nity tor musical expres- sion, helps out the Music Departments, and serves to cement student-faculty relations. Among the Group's activities are re- citals of members' com- positions, ushering for concerts, and staging so- cial events for faculty and students. Fall Presi- dent was Leslie Higgen- botham, while Judy Mar- tin took over the iob in the Spring. Elemeds The purpose of the Elemeds, open to all elementary education maiors, are to further the achievement of elemen- tary education through service and self-progress and to promote acquain- tance among people of similar professional inter- ests. Dr. Byers sponsored the group and the tall and spring officers were: Presidents, Dennis Nai- man and Coleen McCar- thy, Vice-Presidents, Vir- ginia Pace and Gretchen Ziegler, Recording Secre- taries, Carol Conway and Adele Frantzman, Corre- sponding Secretaries, Dearine Sillesen and Kar- en Snow, and Treasurers, Anette Swartz and Joan Griffith. A 59 Epsilon Pi Tau Participating in a school-wide panel dis- cussion on graduate study and attending the California Industrial Education Association's convention, the members of Epsilon Pi Tau had a busy year. As members of the na- tional honorary fraternity for industrial and vocational education, they represented the upper 2O"!-, of their class in scholarship. The organization's fall officers were Presi- dent, Chuck Canniff, Vice-President, Gene Mangini, Secre- tary, Joe Jayne, and Treasurer, Roy Brownie. Spring officers included: President, Gene Mangini, Vice-President, Hervey McGlashan, Secretary, Marion Hall, and Treasurer, John Misenhimer. Business meetings were held periodically. t I 'W' T9 F, -1' Top row, left to righti Hervey McGlashon, Jack Hargus, Earl Jensen, Don Comorre, Gene Mangini, Dan Luntz, Del Comer, Don Jacobson, Chuck Canniff. Bottom row: Roger Wong, Roy Brownie, Marion Hall, John Misen- himer, Dave Mead, Larry Phelps. at os' AWN' Epsilon Pi Tau members check house plans in the drafting lab. 5 -is Qi 13:4 x 'L il? Q: IFQTPQY X esxxg .-. ,cg-.X X it - c-wi. -, fr, ,fn ---1-.-, N Q' l' 'l HJO ',U""L'i' ei v it r- ,' J Y. F451 . ' ' -gg , jf? L. I 4 Ego i ,t '7 . -A iff 7 ' J - 11-,,,,..L, Y, sccsifef.-V Dr. Sayovitz demonstrates the use of teaching apparatus to his colleagues and students. Larry Phelps sets things up in the photo lab E , , f .. 1. ....... -Y - ---..,' .Ll Q, l ,vf " SF' ' -'L ','r'x 'Syl ., y 2 i xl ,anew Front raw, left to right: E. Hull, G. Gray, R. Maclnlyre, S, Schmidt, E. Forfota, Back row: D Minassian, P. Conroy, T. Con- dos, P, Meredith, M. Gesner, Dr. P. Walker, Adviser. TV' . Si, l N 1- l x ' , i X xr! Q F P if , 5 r 9 . A t T X V ff -Y K x lr V Y i, l' we t. ,Y .N Q i s t , -is if F y , 1 p x . f ,K , 3 2 Q , ' S - , N - 5.1 ,j - h A . : ,Av NX ., . if-.,,. l ! r f w . ' ' . vt ' X x .S 0, , E ,1 Q X , I ., L, . it A ' ' - .4 ' ii Q x., - A-4 .F If 3 ! . . .9 ' ' ' :Q y y f. 5 N , , 1, , 3- E , r , ' i 1 , :P--.1 " y 3 - ' f - - - - -ss Q 1- t ' ' 'J N R F if . - 'X F' 5 1 I 5 - A ,- ' ir -E ,1 - o r ' V. ' , K ek P his ft. s j ul V ,Q xc J- i k l in l ' Q- ,. S., 1 . is 2 if me r Top row, left lo right: Pat Delahunt, Dotty Grove, Carla Herzog, Marge Dunn, Pat Mahler, Sheila Lorimore, Barbara Buchan an, Francie Poston, Sally Goodfield, Jean Christian. Middle row: Mori James, Sue Gamble, Patsy Westfall, Karen Burke, Barbara Arlt, Jeannine Jensen, Vicki Pelletti, Jackie Kempton, Becky Everest, Donna Bray. Bottom row: Carol Dawson, Cris lannone, Sharon Fernandez, Julie Chiu, Dorrie Worrell, Corrine Anderson, Mary Jane Fuerst, Monica Robinson. Aloha Mu Gamma A na- tional foreign language hon- orary group devoted to pro- moting interest in fo r e i g n languages and their cultures, Alpha Mu Gamma this year staged a rummage sale and put on a unique program of poetry readings in foreign languages. A minimum of two A's and one B in unrepeated college courses in the same foreign language are required for membership. The club is sponsored by Dr. Ursula Mah- lendorf, Dr. Philip Walker, and Dr. John Tull. Officers for this school year were Theony Condos, president, Pat Mere- dith, secretary, and Alan Mus- sell, treasurer. Spurs Dedicated to the purpose of actively supporting school activities and promot- ing an awareness of school traditions, Spurs, an honorary organization for sophomore women, carried on an active year. While performing a number of service proiects, Spurs found time to enter a car in the Homecoming pa- rade and throw an Easter party for underprivileged chil- dren. This year's officers in- cluded Cris lannone, Presi- dent, Maggie McBride, Vice- President, Becky Everest, Sec- retary, and Jackie Kempton, Treasurer. "t L Fine Arts 5 . I I f tll c ffl! If 'ff "Tsk, tsk, snooky. Just because you're a sailor now you don't have "But, honey, all l said was that you looked like a wilchl" ltrom "The Rose Tatto0"l to swear all the time," lfrom "The Rose Tatto'l T' , if Xxx Scene from "Seagull," produced in commemoration with Chekhov's lOOth Anniversary. Anton Drama The members of the Drama Department had a particularly busy year. An ambitious production schedule kept drama maiors constantly at work. Among the featured productions, under the direction of Dr. Stanley Glenn, were "Begger on Horseback," "The Rose Tattoo," "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial,' 'and "The Seagull." Another highlight on UCSB's dramatic calendar was the all-student production of Sopho- cles' "Antigone," directed by student Nick Scott. Some of the outstanding performers in this year's presen- tation were John Crawford, Terry Phillips, Mike Vaile, Fred Witt, Lawrence Hauben, and Mary Fraga. The diligence of those connected with the Drama Department gave UCSB students the opportunity to enioy many a night in the Little Theater. J 4 I ix 3 Scene from "Begger on Horseback," N-4 sl A scene from the student production of --- , 5 sa: 1 . 5 5 Q H A, Y 34 X . .-rc X- it K .. v. FA : i :Q ' if ' 5 , Q . at I E , . f, . 'PGN ax The breakdown of Captain Queeg from the "Caine Mutiny Court Martial." 63 c x , i I ii 1' l -'3 "Aniogone" produced and directed by Q2 X Y Nick Scott. "' Carl Zytoski draws torth a high A, Music One of the big events in the Music Department this year was the addition of Budapest-born Dr. Erno Daniel, concert pianist and conductor, to the UCSB music faculty. A concert, featuring Dr. Daniel conducting the University Symphony Or- chestra, served to introduce the accomplished musician to UCSB students. Two operas "Xerxes" and "Don Pasquale," a number of student and faculty recitals, gave the public an op- portunity to hear and see the members of the Music Depart' ment in performance. Among the groups to perform during the course of the year were the Krayk Quartet, the University Chorus, Modern Chorale, and the men's Glee Club. One of the more controversial presentations of the year, under the direction of Mr. Carl Zytowski, was a "Folk Mass," featuring a iazz group and a small chorus. 64 f l. ' John Pleasant and Sue Swift, trombonist and violincellist who were part o the year long series of recitals by music students. The Woodwind Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Daniel. From Left Clayto Wilson, Joe Berta, Laurie Blaine, Gary Echols, Don Mclnnes, Dr. Daniel. 1 if N . 'i in-X fx v- 7 Q-" '- N N 3 OuR M 5 - ' . , ef "F 'Sr 9' The Universiiy Chorus, under the direcfion Of Carl Zyfowski. v .QF XJ ,lm N Ma The Brass Chair, fincognifoj under the direction of Maurice Faulkner. I N A ll J The Santa Barbara Chamber Singers, directed by Miss Dorofhy Westra. Lei? to right, Back row: Gerald Rogers, James Mervin, Louis Higginboiham, John Casey, Front raw: Sharon Carter, Judith Mariin, Sarah Simpson, Judy Johnson, Lynn Schneider, Polly MacKenzie, and Kathy Gerard. Miss Wesrra conduds. Dr. Frank Baxter reverts to visual imagery to get his point about Shakespeare across. In the realm of Arts and Lectures this year, UCSB was fortunate in consistently having outstanding guest speakers and performers. In addition to the All-College lecture series every Tuesday afternoon, which featured speakers from among the faculty members of UCSB, guests of national and internatoinal renown studded the calendar of events. A series of lectures and discus- sions featuring Aldous Huxley, visiting lecturer during the Fall semester, a talk by eminent Columbia historian, John Herman Randall, a lecture on Shakespeare by SC scholar Frank Baxter, and a speech on Ghandi, by Indian Parliament member Acharya Kripilani, were a few particular highlights of the lecture program for the year. Musically, UCSB students had the opportunity to run the gamut of taste, from the Kingston Trio to famed violinist Joseph Szigeti. Stefan Krayk, UCSB Assoc, Professor of music and noted violinist. Aldous Huxley speaks to students and visitors. A scene from Becketts "Waiting for Godot" 010 N yn.:-wif" pie." ,mast ' I i i 5 2 7 MEF, ws.. A view fI'0m the inside Of the new 90lle"Y- Mr. Rohrbach and Mr. Dole demonstrate that the first thing an art maior learns is to hang a picture straight. l 2 Y X Student Carol Saindon admires one at the works being exhibited in the art Y gallery. 'fx Jeff Poklen, UCSB student, stands behind one of his works being featured in an all-campus exhibition. Art ln addition to carrying on their usual courses of instruction, UCB's Art Department presented a number of attractions to the public. UCSB's new Art Gallery, part ofthe recently constructed Arts Building, held exhib- its featuring the works of the well-known Max Beckmann, Southern California artist Rico Le Brun, UCSB Art Department Chairman, William Dole, faculty member Howard Warshaw, and the best of student works from UCSB and the other university campuses. 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The Council also set up general social regulations and scholastic requirements for Greek houses. The main theoretical preblems facing the Council this year were the relations between Greeks and the rest of the campus, and the position of IFC in relation to the individual houses. In connection with the former problem, the IFC took a posi- tive step by coordinating, with Panhellenic Council, a series of con- structive and successful Greek Week activities. Fall President was Dick Phipps. ln the Spring, Howie Reichner assumed the position of President. ,... .R fi , l 'ei 'xt i Back Row, Left to thght: Jim McCoy, Dick Williams, Dean Groebli, Advisor, Dale Porter, John Thomas, Dick Stockett. Middle Row: Keith Carter, Mike Westmore, Grift Bloodhart, How- ard Reichner. Front Row: Dave Hood, Bob Marshall, Dave Kamens. 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James Carmack George Chappell John Christiansen iFalI Presidenll Larry Clarence Dick Crum lee Drocco Eric Eisenlauer Bob Fraass Jan Funkhouser Mick Gellinck Tom Gellman Richard Gunner Henry Hill Chuck Holl Kelly Hoover Giff Jones Charles King Bruce Knipp Richard Linder Michael Marr Bob Marshall iSpring Presidenll Jim McCoy Dave Mead Charles Mosesian Gerry Mullin John Paxson Larry Popkin Mike Regan Tony Roach Gilberl Romoff Tim Slephens Richard Slone John Sloney Bill Slursberg Paul Thornlon Mike Vaile Gerry Volpe Pele Weslerlind John Whilcamb John Yzurdiago Kappa Sigma Fidel Castro entered our midst this year, in the form of a narrator for our CGR skit, "Pedro Pistola," which took second place. We topped off Homecoming week- end with another second place trophy for our "Old Man and the Sea" float. Athletically, many members of the Kappa Sigs participated in varsity sports, including football, baseball, track, swimming, and tennis. ln intramurals, we are currently holding down third place in the race for the All-Sports trophyf won by us last year. Wild, orgiastic dancing was seen at our social functions, highlighted by the "Miniature Beachcomb- er's Ball" and the Christmas party. The following weekend, the Cabrillo Hotel was the scene of the California Chapters of Kappa Sigma Convention. In the near future we plan to sponsor functions such as volleyball and bridge tourna- ments, and chug-a-lug contests. At the helm of the house is president Bob Marshall, backed up by vice-president Lee Drocco, treasurer Dick Crum, secretary Henry Hill, and Grand Master of Ceremonies, John Stoney. f I U F -I in -.W A 4 -x + ,- 1 Gathered here are several Kappa Sigs after their 2nd-place effort in GGR. Mo- ments later Henry Hill, dissatisfied with the decision of the judges, pulled the trigger. .sy 'rv 'i . W' 1 5 , if Au? .f Pictured above are the men of Kappa Sigma taking a breather after a hard night of watching other people build their float. Contrary to rumor, Ralph Bailey is not about to eat the mouse on his arm. 75 l .. IES, 'X' LD 'vi so ,L I L ' J r i ., E?- Vg - 'arf X r - r r D fl 111 x y :ffl 4 - I ga D ,lyliygjil ii KH-r X Ax D "iq-air' 3,253 1-or-ru L-lay .,4',l nl 'A vita f""'J 'fl-r - 3, Q ,, -rs L ,,, y LS. ' E ' 44' ln. ' -If .r xxi' ' ' l ' h XY 4,1 A 1 '4,fi m E Q, N 5 b , 1 K 7 Vw. I 'afisl ,ylikfl X Q1 DIC' , 'RQ' hi, ' -:E , 'fel . V Y N' 1. if l if .f lf.. ' ry Q--fi "f' .rp ' ' ' X1 . 1' X 1 Q R X11 A . -Vi 1 ' 4 i eg l X 1 ,v ' ,i ff 'X N F 36 oL3:4-.- 'ag -' Alta l,:.Q , D D 'fy ,L 0 Q' ,. : D .r Q i 1 'L-f 'lifs Q51 .ff-:ah if g-L. 1 ' K. A Qmiw-W . , film... ,QL D Vi . X if 11:1-13. - .1 cl' 3. 5. . f. l , ,Q gs, ' ,:. 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Dick Maw lzorrdy Mrarrde Richard McGranaha Bob Monk Angelo Oronc lorry Phelps Gll Pomeroy Drrlr new Fred Rolh Frorrlr Rubone Charles Ryborrr Bord solraao Ralph Saski Doug Schmid! lFuII Presldenll Don srrrlrlr Bob Snyder Roy slorraell lorrrr sleyerrs Marlin Sunnes Dori Tondro Alon Toolo Jerry wollerr Mike Weslmure lsprrrrg Prorraerrll Dick Williams Mick Winler Don Wise Lambda Chi Alpha The school year of 1959-60 was a busy one for the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Our impres- sive float, "Black Sambo and the Oxy Tiger," won a first place in the Homecoming parade. Our second annual all school Playboy Dance was a success with Mary McGranahan being chose Playboy Princess. The Lambda Chi's also were active in intramural athletics and Greek Week. Social events included several ioints with sororities, a Showboat theme party, and a hillbilly party. Lambda Chi Fall officers were President, Doug Schmidt, Vice President, Stuart Davidson, Secretary, Dave Fischer, and Treasurer, Jim Howe. Spring officers were President, Mike Westmore, Vice President, Larry Phelps, Secretary, Alan Toole, and Treasurer, Jim Holder. The lambda Chi playboy rabbit, by now a campus fixture The brothers and friends take a break from work on their prize-winning Homecoming float. - f e J i . lf-G l.-Se In ,i AN? ' A-'-Q' Ag' gf' 23 ui'-1 - S. H ' A A J 'N ' X -Q 4 . -l ' 'J 41. 95- e, 'Q' .. v 55 .1 , f - t , J, ,- A. vi- za F f v1,,4 ., 1, Qkli i . -- -e x il e 2 lb , 7 'I -r' 2-S A 641122 -' '3 K -wr Fl Rival 0 'R ll' 5 V ' .!.. -. ' ... ' N' J " i " - ' .w ' fl -35' A .-..- "X af' , -.qw " i -: ss- 'fr Q L ' 4 4 . . , - A ,1.. .e s is - K ' i e ffl 1 4- Y as ' pi A sl D 1 K 4.x i' Z Y l Ax! 5 ','- ,.,.,V Ar, 9? 6 '7 301 -0 'f i if i "' 3 1 ,,., - '- rv e. , 'ff' -""' 'ft' F- V Q-9 3, ' - - x . , .i 1 , - Q 'J ' J 'Y 4.0 lb! 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Q 'X Jack Bannon Jam Bring Jan Blond Robert Bowen Phil B Sieve Cambell Mike Jahn oyle Carroll Chapman Dick Renard Clark Gary Clark Cowden Gary Crandall Gary Currie James Davis John Wall De Circa Dennis Jim Farner Farrell Fullerlorl Gary Galleys Cecil Green David Hall Neil Holler Dennis Harris Don Hendricks Ron Heusser lSpring Presidenll Gary Johnson Hal Jones Frank Kall Jack Knudson Dan lailinen Keillv la Moll Mike Marlin Harald Mclrrcw Ron McDougall Don Mclnnes lim Mcllwain rim Nuegeie Dennis Naiman Ed Nelsan David Olsen Arnold Overoye Peter Palrick Ned Permenler Don Pelerson Dale Porler George Porler John Posey Mike Rappaporf Howard Reichner lFall Presidenll Jahn Richards William Shorlell Jim slab-:rg Jim Skidmore Charles Tingey Mike Tucker Glenn Van Paller Ted Warrick Dave Weaver Duane Wes! Dan Wise George Willenburg Jim Woodwcrlh Bob Young Hwy Zollaghari Sigma Alpha Epsilon '59-'60 was a pros- perous year for the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. lt saw us move into a new house in Isla Vista. Kicking off a new year the SAE's had a full and exciting season of social activi- ties: numerous functions at the pad, the Fire House Five Plus Two all-school dance, the awarding of the Dick Rider-Harvey Hubler bas- ketball trophies, and house warmings with the Little Sisters of Minerva. We sponsored three charity organizations in Santa Barbara. The fall semester was concluded with the Christmas Formal held at Rockwood. ln athletics the brothers entered intramurals and took top hon- ors in football and basketball. ln the spring we put our voices to work in Spring Sing and Roadrunner Review. The year closed with the Spring Formal at Santa Maria's Hunter's Inn. Fall officers were President, Howie Reichner, Vice-President, Dave Hall, and Secretary, Chuck Tingey. 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Xiyf ' ,sr me E' A Q? ' ol -f" 'X ' x , gk .I . l X 1 l c l H21 ' ' l 2 - f f .Q 2 R 'A R -y f- 7' "i ,L LQ' ini '. ' fs - 'Q ,: fx "cf I K .el ' ' If 1 '-S' . V rf' 1 -'lf r - :I x " .5 E ., S: ' Q , W . .I L . Norm Badion Ron Baers Dick Billing Bob Bralver lan Cameron John Capper Rene Caron Richard Carter Bob Chambers lFall Presidenll John Clay Jim Davidson Al Dexler Mike Dowler Ray Fisher Lyn Fox Dexter Goodell Jim Harney Jerry Hua! David Kamens lSpring Presidenll Ron Largenl Mike Newmark Roger Peterson Dick Phipps John Pleasant Barton Price David Quisling Phil Rowe Guy Shipp Al Towle Dave Van Scoyoc John Usab Bill Van Vorsl Mall Wallace Jim Winn Ralph Winnie SIGMA PHI EPSILON "f 1 33 Q? Miss Althea Balm Los Angeles, California , . ' I X, X Pr - -V J. - I, K .FII R- in -.1 Hi Alth, sweets, V C" " A... S! 5 f Sorry I haven't written all year. Good things have been - happening at the Sig Ep House, though. I was going to ask you up for GGR, but I got sucked into taking this girl. -1 If , Anyway, we won Ist place. We took Sweepstakes at Home- um .W . , , coming. I was going to ask you up for that, too, sweets, F1012 1. but I know what you think about me drinking and all. That's why I didn't ask you to the Roman Toga Party, which you ' Y at wouldn't have believed anyway. There's this guy named Lynn Fox who likes to flip-oh, never mind. You wouldn't believe that either. Between intramurals, our Barbary Coast Party, our Luau, and the Spring Formal, l've been pretty tied up. Remind me to tell you some stories sometime. Hey, listen, sweets. Do me a favor and check out the enrollment procedure at the J. C. Thanks, lover. Well, toots, keep 'em rollin'. See ya in a couple of weeks. Gaffney An interesting naval engagement is going on in the lower right hand corner 516 f TF 1 ' IF n ffl 'I il , .,..., I ...at A----I : I9 " s l i ....., . ybyv .. ... . it yr "B.A." Fox strikes a lyric pose in the Sig Ep's Ist-place GGR skit. N.. Hifi-112 N Q V . ,B sb l V15 ,., Q. l X rw '-N an x - 'A' ' se ve I-5561 7 R 'S ' ...f W I k N ...fig Q.. L, Jeffrey Brown .1 'i A Z- , hv , 'T Mike Fitzpatrick ' y' " V Arnold Golub Martin Gaslins Jim Hauxhuist 'mwiii .Q - "'r- -'fwi .42'T'l"'- . ,,. ' " ' .l ' 'K c.,gccw:" XM 4 ra sr: F . ,, , nl 'X ' a A -. 0 T 'N A xx' ia' S .' A Si . 0' A P 4.4 9 3, - -of Raymond Hlerlger P' J. C' A lf- 'L A 'Q Gary Hildebrandt K , . . "' ' Bob Hunt F ' Zach Kaplan 7 Harold Kodani -J ,' 'du J-"-" ' i A T N ': im ' il i, . S :F T 2 rf' K- T ff W by A- "- nf Q, I Jim Olson 2 ff' Y rf Dick Peffv 4 , -' W ' -Ari f-Q Dick Stockett iiiiiiv 1 1 John Thomas ,go V X fPresidentl Sigma Pi As in previous years the Alpha Omicron if ',..,- I 62 '- 3'-"-Ez. - mai'-xi A ,, .. .Vo - w "C .X J. ,,. x ,, 5 X X t if ,r.- ff Q- The Sig Pi president, being kidnapped, waves to the fans. chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity had an active year. We started the year with an all-night effort on our Home- coming float. Only second to our Christmas formal at Restaurante Del Paseo was our gigantic hayride, when we piled twenty bales of hay and approximately a half- million people onto and into a huge truck and took off over San Marcos. The high points of the year were the Christmas Formal, the Pledge Party, and our many ioints and exchanges, as well as weekend parties. We did well in intramurals, especially basketball. At All-Cal practic- ally everyone found their way to the Sig Pi house, where a huge rock 81 roll party, equipped with band and all, was taking place. This year we won the Sigma Pi per- petual scholarship trophy, which each year circulates throughout the chapters in our province. Our faculty adviser Dr, Stier helped us through our many problems at the expense of his time, and money. Thank you. Present officers are President, John Thomas, Vice Presi- dent, Arnold Golub, Secretary, Dick Perry, and Treasurer, Harold Kodani. Panhellenic Association is a group whose purpose is to coordinate activities among sororities. PanHel is under the sponsorship of Mrs. Keener. The members are chosen by their respective sororities to act as a delegate. One delegate is chosen by each of the eight sororities on campus. This year PanHel handled "Presents," at which time the sorority pledge classes were presented. Greek Week was another proiect which PanHel carried out along with the lnterfra- ternity Council. Officers this year were Rosemary McDermott, Presi- dent, Anita Barton, Vice-President, Cheri de Land, Recording Secre- tary, Jill Moore, Corresponding Secretary: and Jan Stubblefield, Treasurer. qv 's' r 1 X. , ' l ,. I V- c N2 t 1 Front row, left to right: Gretchen Ulrich, Barbara Gerron, Wendy Ross, Sand: Wadsworth Anita Barton Nancy Frey Middle row Mrs Keener A'-lV'S0f: Sue Fremdling, Barbara Ewing, Sally Spear, Janis Silver, Betty Ligon Back row Judy Perrnll Pat Brinker Ro McDermott 627' W Y .4 ". - 5 i r y I 1 . A 5 .Llc N fl .s - - . - 'fn -'-X ' x, , . X' il, s ,f f' S 1,--infix U A ly ,Q 1. ' " 2 9 ie ni ra.. ,Q 4 "" MJ ess ru- 3. 4 V N, rg, f- .. mi I 1.-9 J: ' x ,, F' i gawk ,, ea.. F5 " ' 'ii - cs ...Z K Q l,.c.-444.,JLs.fe.,:: Y .A F .N - s H 1 A V ,Q ..v.-:gd XV -ex A by ,v, - :lar-,M , ,in my fa F F N S. 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K sri- X55 -flff. 5 - :gg Sunny Alward Meg Andrews Nancy Pal Berry Nancy Bishop Ann Blackburn Ann Brown Jean Christian Vickie Clark Sharon Cody lFaII Presidenll Paula Dove lSpring Presidentl Pat Ellison Barbara Ewing Nancy Fisher Madelyn Flaherty Sandra Fowler Nancy Frey Betty Gahring Barbara Gearon Lyn Harper Julie Huffman Happy lmwalle Elsa-Karen Johnson Jean Kampf Carole Kinser Ann Kippler Kay Kirchner Jeanne Kisner Kathy Krasno Carolyn Kroll Joy Lewis Nedra Parsons Sharon Pennington Ann Petherbridge Carrollee Fletcher Lee Ann Potier Dorothy Renfro Kathie Riddle Elizabeth Ross Sharon Rowe Diana Sanders Margaret Schuster Carolyn Scott Diane Shaughniss Joan Sherwood Barbara Stewart Carol Williams Marilyn Woods Alpha Delta Pi began the year with twenty-two new pledges. The first activity was a pledge-active, get-ac- quainted retreat at the College Cabin. Pledge Sharon Pennington reigned as Freshman Queen during the early weeks of school and our Homecoming float, "Arabian Nights," placed third in the sorority division. Gangsters and Gunmolls invaded the ADPi basement for a "Mafia Party" with the Lambda Chis. Fall service projects were weekly visitations to Hillside House and a party for the children at Thanksgiving. Selling lilies for the Crippled Children Foundation was our spring project. Christmas Formal at Hidden Valley and Spring Formal at Montecito Country Club highlighted the social calendar. Fall semester officers were President, Sharon Cody, Vice-President, Margie Schuster. Assuming the duties for Spring semester were, respectively, Paula Dove and Lee Ann Potier. E' 'C , I . lr. QIL4 is .gg - ,,.,, . is ' -I QQ: - ,. . . Jil S281 . . X ?, i A i g ri, 5,5 4 X , . ,X . x But you guys! I thought we scheduled the ioinl for tomorrow night! Q 2. , T' XC: -W - fn! 'F 'gf' ' ij, Q S, R, P si as u Q ' 5 K1 I N X L: Q2 . ,hr N . . 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To: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Five serenades in one year are five serenades too many, say Connie, P.D., and Bobbie. To: Lambda Chi Alpha: Two out of two Playboy Princesses is a pretty good percentage, we think. To: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Locking doors every night keeps burglars out of sight. To: Tau Epsilon Phi: Thank you from all the Phis for all the help in the Homecoming float, half-the trophy belongs to you. To: Delta Sigma Phi-5 doz. donuts 1 lO gallons of coffee :P lots of laughing and singing 1 l good dessert. To: Sigma Pi: We will be neighbors soon: see you all in lsla Vista. These Alpha Phis hide their embarassment at being caught working for Bekins during Christmas. sa 'Y' rv Oeii-CL'-is 'Q A group of Alpha Phis went to a seance lo determine their future and lo and behold, when they looked in the crystal ball .,,... 87 J O8 X X Q f. :NN -:ex ' s F Ss Y -..Q 4 , - N' imeSF'N"w. Q K ' Y -- yt' ,av ,,.'-Pb. 'sy Ar m 'Y 1'-'T -x :AS 44-'27 'X If. . f f", f F 4-1 'x . . 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J ""'- Pat Allen Potty Allen Corinne Anderson Barbara Averine Joan Bennett Pat Berezner Ardis Blackburn Bonnie Bogart Janice Carter Fran Cartwright Nan Chalberg Melinda Erickson Mary Franzman Jan Hesse Judy Hunt Cris Iannone Linda Johnson Deanna Jones linda Jones Jo Claire Keays Sandra Keeffe Barbara Knapp Margie Lindsay Joan Lund Joyce Matheny Margaret McBride Rosemary McDermott Barbara Nouguier Kathy Nye Terrie Parlier Christine Pepys Charlene Pierson Kathy Reilly Carol Richards Dale Richards Sally Richards lFall Presidentl Janice Silver Lee Simmons Karen Snow Patta Stevens Jean Stewarl Joy Tait Pam Van Wie Carla Vauthrin Donna Wayand Linda Wellington Judy Wolf lSpring Presidentl Jasetle Yraceburu Gretchen Ziegler Chi Omega This year had a dusty beginning for Chi Omega, for our new house in lsla Vista was barely com- pleted in time for us to move in in September. Despite shaky plumbing facilities, we settled down with our I9 new pledges to scrape paint off the windows and to start a very eventful year. Chi Omega won lst Place Sorority in G. G. R. with our exotic "Goldie Foo and the Three Dragons." The spirit of Christmas "invaded" the house as we played hostess to the Goleta Boys Club. Sally Richards, Fall President, re- linquished her place as top owl on the branch to Judy Wolf, Spring President. The year drew to a "screeching" halt with Spring Sing and our formal. This double-barrel blast left us too tired to do much besides study for finals and look for- ward to Fall, 1960 in Isla Vista. f i it . I ' 1 E lg rig 5,5-L. P' r Fl' Chi O's cruise State St. in their Homecoming regalia, ' ' ...fs ri 1? 1 '3 i' - ' .- -9 ., -5 f , . . r . " Q X T il ' V -ji 13-' V .PX Q5 gs P 0 'I ' . Q ' 3 C, s Q- . -s P it e. 4 .. ,f s Q .1 . is ga M -f X . i A ' W 1' W :' im-' 1 ' I 'S 5. Y-' f ' - ' . . U . 1 . - - , -1. 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' - laurel Andry Anita Barton Lorie Blaine Pot Brinker Tristan Brown Ann Cody Janet Calvert Debbie Carlson Lindo Crawford Korleen Davis I Marie De Bronoc Mary Jane Fuerst Kathy Gerrard Anclrc Gobel Joan Griffith Nancy Hond Horriett Harvey Kay Hubbell Peggy Humphries Lyn James Bobbie Johnson Judy Johnson Carol Johntry Kay Krueger Lindo Liederman Lindo Lynch Moya Morquordt Helen Noiior Jo Ann Nelson Diane O'Dell Roberto Ogden Renee Putin lFoll President, Claudette Perier Pot Peterson Pot Rameson Morcio Renck Monica Robinson Julie Rodgers Roz Rubidoux Pot Somwoys Carol Scholl Doris Sonnie lSpring Presidentl Andie Stopel Pot Streib Peggy Weibel Evelyn Zinn Delta Gamma Teletype . . . Panhellenic Award for schol- arship, third time in succession . . . Homecoming Queen, Anita Barton . . . Playboy Princess, Carol Scholl . . . X-mas formal at Circle Bar B . . . Spring Formal at Coral Casino . . . All timers . . . Panhellenic President, Janet Calvert . . . A.W.S. Vice-President, Kay Hubbell . . . Cal Club, Roz Rubidoux . . . Rally Committee Chairman, Ann Cady . . . Jr. Class Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Brinkler . . . New House in Isla Vista . . . Anchor Man . . . Founder's Day in Santa Barbara . . . Philanthropic proiect, sight conservation and aid to the blind . . . Testing chiIdren's eyes on Glaucoma Day . . . Not that bad! -1 e4 DG's W'.' xo! may X . X . Don't be shocked. Everyone looks a little ratty on Homecoming Eve N. CZ? Q5 Q7 , Y..-' ...-, 1' iw s-X -' s D c Tr a little short of pennies to fly to Hawaii, I ,wryl Vt. in did the next best thing and flew Hawaii here for their Theme Night, .pl E? il, tl!! .gf Y y .- . - -1-fm-ff--'H' 9.Mtc7T3f.xQ1-yy -"K N r' Sis. KQXQ- X ,V J 1 h QQWEJL ' ' 1 'fi if wif N 5 as 3: J Fa , "' ' 'Ni , " ,Q K 'W it ' ex Av Q if -9- X . Q X JC., Q J '-we it ,B NR . :QV J ,- Q L SQKSBSESEW J. 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Janice Arcese Marinell Ash lllani Atwater Pat Delahunt Cheri Deland Natalie Collins Barbara Dreyer Betsy Dudley Nancy Durland Kathi Grant Pat Holubek Lynn Hammock lFalI President, Norma Johnson lSpring Presidentl Polly Lombardi Colleen McCarthy Jeannie Moody Patti Muloch Carolyn Poister Christine Quarton Jenean Romberg Sarah Simpson Vesta Tomioich Sandy Wadsworth Sylvia Wells Anita Wright Lynne Young Delta Zeta Under the leadership of fall president Lynn Ham- mock and spring president Norma Johnson, Delta Zeta had an active and growing year, starting out with the move to our new Isla Vista house. Among the stunts thought up by our great pledge class was to kidnap an active and send her to San Francisco with a dollar in pennies. Delta Zeta entered into Homecoming and our candidate, Nancy Durland, was selected Princess. Cathy Grant was named Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi and Lynne Ann Young was Princess in the same event. Also during the fall semester the chapter held a Founder's Day Luncheon at the Montecito Women's Club, an Open House, and a tea honoring our new house mother, Mrs. Colton. At the Christmas Formal at the Colonial House in Oxnard, Griff Bloodhart was chosen "D Z Man." A new mascot, "Snuffy," was acquired during Christmas vacation and has become virtual owner, instead of pet, of the house. During the busy spring semester the house entered into such activities as Spring Sing, and held a successful Spring Formal. M 1,24 Tw X or rx wy DZ's stunning Homecoming production fi 3 i ' i .3 ' i ,' ii , N3 ,A . ., n 'X .. 11 c: -- , 'i l. Q ,P X' 5 'gi D 3 f 'P .. R 1 Tl Q2 C9 KJ lv '7 . ' U ' I l C 5 l, Q , NV, .. Y A V go' ' . C9 . 3 ' ' 'f' V' X J l A ' 1 - f ' 5 Q A ' I ., X 4 l I--yb' l if I l I h l l l ..-'P ws - -"' The tall pledge class of Delta Zeta - xg ,V 5 V V 2 x , . ,V V l ' , l i 31x e I "iii 3, , 'A -. X. J r ff- if ,. Y -all i J ly I Sw if 6, V , -A? 4 Vp Val K VV? 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We tripped over the workmen while they worked around us and finally the house was ours land the Bank of America'sl. Rushing was fun in the new house, since only the living room had electricity at the time. The rest ofthe house was illuminated by the glimmer of candlelight. Rushing was successful, though, and our pledges pulled their usual pranks, Our first function was an alum open house after Homecoming. All the old grads came back to see where their dues were going and to see the Chapter win second place tor their Home- coming float. We had a Christmas party at the house and then tripped the light fan- tastic in the Spring at the Montecito Coun- try Club. We entered Spring Sing and sang until all hours of the night. lt's really a good thing that we don't have too many neighbors yet. Finals came all too quickly and we were again tree for the summer, too quickly, in some respects, and much too slowly in others. ,rv- -liff -T ful"-T ' R Sigma Kappa's "Cinderella" team enters Homecoming. -,. 1:- 'E rf Q. ..nn----uma wo- The gals line up tor a group mug shot. ...Q 65. Sis xi l-' N if-"N :La 'Q' 33 f V lf? ID ur L' fx Wil 3' A s .-w gm l I-'r 'T V' -m r, . , ws rx Nh y Pi x J it -. g ' ' Q wr- X .Q G' is if I ,AQ ' 1 . 1 air li ge W A 'S "l0. 'x .1 as : fa fri. I Y. 1 mx 1 "vu lv rl T ,.'-if I .. +5-XS, is ,js , L C 9 1- .J 2 C 4 K '-.' , f,...., J i 5 Wzfis of Qgzeih F. ., 1 rife. ,- fr N..-1 r X -Q Il - x l ,,,C fl-C ' A W., fe, 4,..4- ,- 1 J-lf: .aff LL ofa L g,, A I: '5- LLL: jc N f' N? 'vez V f-p is sp- .QL aw. ,Qi ffl" ,- 1 lf 'S A 5, Q -'GN '4-'nv Q A -X 7' 'R '-up gf' ,gp gg- lg-,A ' ..4rp in ne Gif X 1' M J' K x 1 ,f 5 - C .T 5. A A L I -3 S . I, P x L3-is 4 4.1 f V354 1 J 2 ff X if . 12 we , ' iw, v- ia .. 6 Q Q y f"'x 'i if 'M ' 0 P' f fd' " -? 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C, sv 6, , " 'QQ Cf. -'Z ' f 'T 'v ' 'J Geebie Alisch Nancy Allin lPresidenll Nancy Askins Sue Ames Linda Beck Sue Belsey Alice Bishop Anne Corpenler Brooke Claridge Kay De La Guardim Pal Demon Sue Fremling Mischelle Gerien Kay Good Darci Gullero Cathy Hairgrove Vol Hallor Toni Hoycock Sue Highnote Joon Hinkley Linda lvey Jeanine Jenson Judy Jeffries Sondra Johns Carolyn Lane Wendy Lee Moylo Lewis Cheryl Liggell Diana Livie Kafie McMillan Phyllis Milum Penny Mills Leanne Moffell Phyllis Oswald Judy Perrill Lynne Pelerson Penni Pellingill Chris Roberg Ann Robinson Linda Robinson Sally Spear Sue Stevenson Jonice Sworlz Sue Swift Jan Slubblefield Brenda Wuil Carol Wallace Nancy Woods Doris Worrell Pi Beta Phi After proudly presenting our pledge class, Pi Beta Phi's began an eventful year under the leadership of President Nancy Allin. Activities started with the Home- coming festivities. We entered GCR with our skit "The Olympia Case," which took Sweepstakes. Our float, a tribute to Aldous Huxley, was entitled "Brave New World." This year tradition was reborn with a Song Title costume party, held in December at the Biltmore Hotel. In the Spring we participated in the Roadrunner Review with an amusing rendition of "Officer Krupke," from the "West Side Story." Junior-Senior Prom Queen was Pi Phi Nancy Woods. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ioined us in Spring Sing again this year, presenting our interpretation of "Brazilian Psalm." The year was climaxed by the Spring Formal, held at the Monte- cito Country Club in May. 'wxii --"'Q'--- ..4.....-. 5 X Y' fyihfiisgki Tig-Ql"' ' Af.-R 'H-ifgf "-C34 .v Q52 fri. , , Y? j f' qggfs:-.uw-iff 1, 1,9-' .-n not -, .,r - . vs if A "gift" from the Delts spruces up the Pi Phi's hou N H All those smiles weren't over the float. The Pi Phis had iust carted ott GGR Sweepstakes. I., , ri 0 ' r ,eo 4 Q' v if .,x '.'1' X 4.2 Na 97 . - V xv. ,lp Q' ,. y lfa ,K Q A 4' ' w ,I ' 'V n- ,fm fm V I h P.. ,. 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LSI, ff. -L -my if-1 Sandy Amos Chris Anderson Janice Bartlett Carol Bowen Kathy Bray Ann Bussey Jethelyn Clary Susan Cockins Eva Jo Douglas Lorie Drommer Beverly Goebel Sue Gamble Lourie Guitteau Carlo Herzog Julie Hutchins Marilyn Kelly Nikki Lane Sheila Levis Linda Lewerenz Betty Ligon Nan Lindemann Ann Lowry lPresidentl Avon Mattison Sue Meadawcraft Jill Moore Karen Morris Donna Olson Terri Pond Mary .lo Rogers Bonnie Rottier Morian Romoff Wendy Ross Susan Sage Dotty Soyward Dearine Sillesen Sue Silvernale Sharon Spawr Edie Stoney Susan Strand Barbara Torrey Sharon Tynon Paula Van Ben schota Lee Vonosdoll Melinda Williams Janice Westlund Wendy Willis Kappa Alpha Theta Thetas started the year's many activities with a pledge-active retreat at Camp Drake. Homecoming saw us build a float saluting Ovid. President Anne Lowry brought honors as Homecoming Princess. Lee Vanosdall was selected the Best Dressed Woman on Cam- pus, placing her in Glamour Magazine's national contest. With the Christmas season came the annual party for the alumnae and the Christmas formal. ln campus activities were Jill Moore, AWS second vice-president, Jan Bartlett, co- chairman of Special Events, and Sheila Higbee, chairman of Awards Committee. The Theta candidate, Kenny Bell, placed second in the King of Diamonds contest. President Jethelyn Clary led the Thetas in the round of Spring activi- ties. The traditional Dads' Day, the Senior Farewell Break- fast, and Spring Sing were among the many events that kept the Thetas hopping. Spirits rose even higher when it was announced that we would have a new home in lsla Vista next year. Finally, a good year was brought to an appropriate close with the Spring dinner-dance held at the Mar Monte Hotel. F ' T7 -"ff 7 -Y A . A - q s l 1 5? . 'E ' - is p . X' W If iw , W 14, A 7 ' ' 4 A , ' ' . f X x S f l N T-.+V :ii ig 4 A Yi ii i if 8 gil . , i.. Y me , V NI The Theto's annual Regression Party. I: sl if if- F' Q fft 9 if -V .E - ,J 5' it- D X Q? ,e if f A 3 T N' 1 . f ,ft .axe s 1 ,s i it . el it teeth- ff ' T Y bt Yjl Ge", A 'ti' Bi . K2 X I, " X L, at I i 'X iv J " fn? 'FN X if. 5349? . V ' 'ii ' . .i - 1 sie X Q .ie in 'S' NX as ' x , i A .3 N 'V r X 'X' , " -- - - . T-sf" " 1 f A ,,, 2 Ti ss- at ,Q X as Tn" --bd This group of smiling sweeties is none other than Kappa Alpha Theta's 26-girl Fall pledge class. ,Q .er v.e, e, n X- ., . . ,D- .P -J -Q 1 ES-s-3 ,Q Y x Neptune himself lends a hand. cj'-. -an TW V. 'iz- 9555 , ""'q-,X ,I . Gauchos actually working-put this in your When they told these guys to clean the beach, they really got excited. . M- v eg ..,MM N 5 3 I "N" 1 O.. x- - N we HN, A xx-SLA xv.. vb V' c K- X -..,, Q ' hw, scrapbook. " K s g This Greek sports a rather unusual growth. Greek Week A speech by Dr. Gould at San Marcos High School kicked off this year's Greek Week. The Larry Adams Blood Drive, sponsored by the fifteen houses on campus, occupied the rest of the week. On Fri- day night the Isla Vista fraternities held open parties, and Saturday morning saw all Greeks perform a clean- up iob on the campus beach. A stag all-Greek dance and church on Sunday waund up the week-long ac- tivities. lllillllm L '4 I g l 1 Q Dapper Greeks smile as if they were rushing Don't feel load, honey. The photographer's not busy tonight. Mr. Pellish gives an attentive Greek the benefit of his experience as a youth, J - , "".m.-- SQ A we "-31,55 3g?fig, , l .fbi 1".'a?e- 'zif '-A un - x-,. -- in an .X,Q1 if ,. -f'.L,.g1i z ' gh, ew M., x 'px xi.x.L:U, if ' Ax 'f'9'Q'5+. if dlfugv ., qi MS! X Q D My l 'u - Nei Q ' - "ofa 2. v 'gi .1-A ,A 4 ' 1' N -1-41 L --'.-524 -Q. if A Greek Pfolefl. CleU"'l"'9 UP CUWPUS beflfh, iI'lVOlVed Go ahead, girls, pick it up. Y' know, some people simply moving the garbage to another part of the make cigar, Dug of ,hay Sguffl beach. . , ,- "WN 4 - ' t KA. as 6. ,..4.. 'I' ' N' s -5 A ,f ""s:.k3N -- '.:.-sg, X XG sf s ,Y 1 1 -:N X .el 'wvegw R - l 5 . f ,i 9 Y xi :fi if MARY ELLEN FAIRBANKS JARRETT LEWIN Secretary Treasurer V I '11 is-I I :::wi is-4 A , ,- , se ,. . , 5, l if P3 . 15 . Q D3 ' 'l 2, 5 1 X - " X Q lil 19252 lg 1: 11 Bl . Kar? ' ' , X-Qu., Q . , 2 4 . f -Q' , " R V ii fx- -3 AL . H . QQ I K .. -, L 1 ' ' -' ii P1 - .USYZF ' 1 L , L , is-1- B , -Q ' ,L was 1 ,f X. -.xxx ,ey - 1 ' .M A my .4 N 1 . l ,:.:QL, V ., f ' - as H.. . 2 fi.- its fi ' ' ' - wi. T. lf--ip' . Y 5 -:i-E . h it , .,.v.xv, J lr f , t J . 1, ' x . I Y 1 . , Q :T ,eq lx , ,"' F 3 MQ..-xi'2N9'q" ' . I W , Q N-hh: Xdxe. . gl. -.: .ri " C, fwv ' f x ,L . t 'Y N: I by ,f 1 - , f" if " W Back row, left to right: Miss Morrell, Dean Bowers. Third row: Arne Christiansen, Natalie Collins, Pat Mahler, Bill Loscutolf, Toni Oswill. Second row: Rae Hall, Julie Clay, Pal Munday, Carla Herzog, Beth Seidel, Janis Moore, Bob Laird, Sally Naylor, Sue Brown, Linda Garver, Clark Reynolds, Mike Lee, Marilyn Jacobs. Front row: Pal Shugg, Sandy Pearson, Suzy Tutwiler, Gory Arnold, Walt Becker, Barbara Schiller, Casey Buchter, Lee Tussing, Jerry Lewin. Fl YW IOQ igflll Ill fl: lu ll, will II 5 ' , fu., . ,,,,,,- K An RHA meeting in the Huddle. I'.gt xv" , .Alle 1 1-fx ' w-.6 CLARK REYNOLDS Anacapa Hall President Fall Semester Standing, left to right, Jeff Teall, Jerry Patch, Gary Arnold, Lee Tussing, Casey Butcher, Pat Brackeen Ron Tyler, Seated, Duane Austin, Treasurer, Tom Rice, Social Vice-President, Clark Reynolds, President Joe Sorrentino, Executive Vice -President Ken Weeks, Secretary. ggi Six P ' A ' LINDA GARVER i' --WMM V , . , , V . s. -1-.ifsiiii A , .TN , 4' Mgr. -A :.'.fr-x- w.'::.--1'?,i A ' Y E. L, X ,,, Q L? ' L ' ' ' in x b C If F I L3 1: is 'n B " if ' an gg 'AJ J - K Y ' R 152' 'X' ,.:-ae, ,. ZA f le A 1. ,Q f IEW 'f BARBARA BUCHANAN Secretary BARBARA DAHL AWS Representative SALLY LOYD Communications Chairman JULIE MARTINEZ Social Vice-President LOIS SETZER Judiciary SALLY SHEARER Executive Vice-President Santa Rosa Hall President Top Row, left to right: Al Towle, Gene Grant, Lee Lowe, John Ander- son, Mat Reeves, Barrett Miller, Mid- dle Row: Stuart Proctor, Mick Winter, Rey Stendell, Jerry Nelson, Jim Hauz- hurst. Bottom Row: Jim Winn, Ed Tomkin, Tony Dragonette, Gene Ply- ley, Joe Bugental. l 1 Ii viii '.' ,X IQ 1 ,T Q ' B '-1 2 'E F 1 K I Q: i Y R Q X7 xx A .iz 5 N 3 S : tt l xt' 3 t ' ' 1 'ke vi Apache SPORT FANS OF GOLETA: Apache's primary connections to the outside world were the football and basketball teams, which were both weak links at best. Led by Large Lee, Tiger Juan, Kay-Babes, Doctor Proctor, Dapper Dave, and Ladies' Man Campbell, and ably reserved by Loo:e Lester and Roy Lonnieburger, the team compiled a 4-3-l record lall losses under protestl to tie for third place. Two months later The Group assembled once more under the astute leadership of Mentor Steve. Smarting from midsemester losses of the strong bench, Apache picked up assistance from Matt Reeves and Raunchy Ron, with some extemporaneous and un- needed aid from Phil Kyreputt and England, the Oxnard Strongboy. That the games were bit- terly contested is borne out by the fact that Dapper Dave was evicted on occasion for vol- atile language, after which a riot ensued and Kyreputt and the Oxnard Strongboy were called in tor mop-up duty. Hobs and Nels scratched their bellies. That's about all she wrote here at West Winged Foot, foot of the Adirondacks. -F 5 ' y Y , 1 i- 5' its T T , , i sv: , V , . 1 : 2:5125 i ' i f E' SE sr ' l i ' Y .f ' i 5552? T 4 F F if' ' -1-. . .-Qi-'s 2' 15: . , fs. T . f-, 3' 5:1535 5' f W2 i Y , t,:, , A-mv, ii :iii L i i , X Q ' i 'r ' -, 'LTR J .1 i '-- --I . . ,Q ,Q . W , . . f 1 far 1 11 1. P Goodman. Top Row, left to right: John Hobson Bruce Staller, Gary Arnold Harry ,L Wilkinson, Gary Woelden, Pete Bur rell. Middle Row: Ted England Steve Kay, John Gyllenswan, Phl Kirk patrick, Barrett Miller, Scott Lambert Bottom Row: Lee Lowe, Dove Sloan Leo Acquistapoce, Ken Fish Dave , If . 'IlI:. fl ' z r .: If f L: 1 1 A ' 1 'I 1 , . f i all Top Row, lefl lo righl: Louis levy, Bob Frohling, John Paxson, Jack Emerich, Joe Danely, Rich Barber, Dick Spaulding, Al Balchelder, Bob Nida. Middle Row: Ed Richardson, Peter Yates, Sian McDowell, C. An- derson, Scotl Foster, Tom Rice, Bob Boyd. Bollom Row: Norman Kuriharo, Carl Adams, Art Wallon, George Myers, Bruce Johnson, Lon Robinson. -5 ve--vrfrrv'-1"Y'H -- Tap Row, left lo right' Chuck Piercey Dan Pelersen, Lee Tussing, Don Farm er, Jim Fox. Middle Row. Harold Hof man, Ken Weeks, Scoll Irby, Joel Ilo Bob Olson Bollom Row Leon Coll man, Jim Harvey, .lohn Schieldge Jerry lewin, Tony Smernes. CANAUNO 1 F . K lO 'X-Pa I W .-' '9 Residence hall life has a character all its own. Each year the special attractions of on-campus living increase. The construction of Santa Rosa Hall several years ago, the completion of Laguna Commons two years ago, are milestones in the growth of the residence hall system. Added privacy, comfort, and diversionary facilities serve to make dorm lite more appealing. All-night seminars, shower dunk- ings, piano-playing, and morning-after scenes suggest some of the variety of existence in the halls. Organized activities in the form of ioints, intramural sports, dances, and the like, are available to those who wish to partake of them. To those whose interests lie elsewhere, participation is not compulsory. Those who have left the dorms to become Greeks or apartment dwellers can still look back on their days of on-campus residence with a sense of having parti- cipated in a unique way of life. i ff- : 49.51, Q'- Maricopa unit of Anacapa Hall- affectionately known to its mem- bers as . . . the happiest hall on campus. We proudly point to such accomplishments as the lowest overall grade average for the Fall semester of all living groups and skillful conversion of three shower stalls to a 500-gallon still. The only hall on campus which can boast of door-to-door delivery by Benny's, Maricopa is also beyond challenge the most apathetic group within the apathetic whole. This picture is dedicated to those gal- lant men of perseverence and dar- ing, the 50 of, who are no longer with us. uw to Top Row, left to right: Gil Pomeroy, Bob Beckham, Joe Sor- riento, Mike Muggill, Bob Snyder, Mike Jezik, Steve Komp. Middle Row: Dennis Charles, Pete Thorne, Bill Lippincott, Jim Mcllwain, Mike Left, Carlton Wood, Bottom Row: Kent Brown, larry Martin, John Walder, Casey Buchter, Bill Hess. Top Row, left to right: Gary Wycoft, Mike Martin, Denis Thompson, Bob Carty, Keith Kokos. Middle Row: Pete Langhoff, Ed Pardini, Mike Masson, J. D. Chang, Fred Plumer. Bottom Row: Duane Hamann, Hal Herwit, Bruce Beebe, John Kwock, Brent Bennett. O NY Modoc Top Row, tell to right: Pete Burke, Jim Armagost, Barry Sharpe, Steve Gray, Barry Stukln, Bob Berson, Bob Starkenburg. Middle Row: Jim Scott, Dave Snow, Anthony Kalomas, Hiroshi Ogawa, Douglas Gibson Malcolm Stephens. Bottom Row: Ran Sloan, Perry Nissler, Mel Kohn, Frank Ursich, Richard Wat- kyne. Top Row, left to right. Walter Moore, Dave Mer- rill, Jim Schnabel, Richard Filice, Burt Dragotis. Mid- dle Row: Pat Brackeen, Al Picker, Gerry Hickman, Mike Crane, Fred Aquino. Bottom Row: Fred Ott, Jim Ambrotf, Richard Bull, Walt Kaufmann. V-.J Tap Row, left to right: Jan Tavares, Albert Yu, Ralph Saski, Wes Brasher, John Eberly. Middle Rowz Phil Frey, Dennis Roth, Henry Genthe, Jeff Teall, Mike Curry Bottom Row: Jim Bennett, Louis DeMartino, Doug Paul, Richard Schoeni, Carl Cunningham, -yay ry ri ' 1 X. O8 V! 'l l ' r . I l i ' r f, we, . Z.. ,A i Navajo emerged as the most revered hall of them all. We had the most enthusiastic, apa- thetic people in all of R.H.A. We were the best known and most highly respected hall of them all. Our many accomplishments included: the most successful a n d numerous lunregisteredl ioints, a fine Navajo-built float for Homecoming lCypress helped a littlel, which took several top awards among the also-rans, scholastic award by an unnamed campus organization for our fantastic 3.5 overall average, and our fine athletic teams. Navaio led the university politically with two fine hall presidents, Jeff Teal, now vacationing in Isla Vista, and .lan Tavares, who recently won a scholarship to Santa Barbara City College. Also the president of Anacapa Hall, Clark Reynolds luntil he resignedl, resided in Navajo unit. Other fine unit officers were: Greg Davis lsecretaryetreasurer-opportunistl, Gary Korn llimited ofticerl, Rudy Lachner lGreek Turncoatl, Henry Lundsgaarde lEthnocentric social chairmanl, and Chuck Hodges lnow retired from academic lifel. We also sponsored a Homecoming Queen can- didate, but he backed out at the last minute. g::t.- .5-:rr , ll' 55 I . Eddy Khouw. l Top Row, left to right: Don Cockrell Robert Eliason, Henry lundsgaarde Greg Davis. Middle Row: Clark Rey nolds, David Beers, Tom Standlee John Jackson. Bottom Row Rudy Lackner, Gene Spurr, Chuck Hodges 1' f-,V tk ' T' ei... J Pima Despite being absorbed into the mass confines of Anacapa Hall, Pima unit managed to retain a feeling of "togetherness" among its members. We began our social calendar with our fall semester preference dinner in exotic Ortega Commons. The brotherhood was proud of the fine pledge class taken in by Sigma Phi Nothing, exemplified by pledge-of-the-year Jay "Montana" Smith. The "Green P" romped through RHA competition undefeated in football. ln basketball, we again waltzed through RHA competition undefeated, only to lose to the independent team, the Kourt Kats. Social events included a Roaring Twenties party, a gala Christmas "pre-Santa" party in Bel Air, and a beach party attended by everyone from the incomparable Buzz Knight to the inevitable campus police. Back Row, left to right: Mike Thomas, Mike Woodill, Bob Bralver, Mike Rozsa, George Carroll. Middle Row: Craig Thom, Marv Jacobson, Mike Karweit, Tony Lucero, Dennis Living- stone, Michael P. Oster. Front Row: Som Houston, Hampton Stewart, Don Koch, Darryl Denning. Back Row, left to right: Gary Erick- son, Bill Anderson, Gary Hopkins, John Duffy, Bernie Weiner, Dick Rinde, Gene Smith. Middle Row: Jerry Tune, Tom Morgan, Bob Kern, Jim Law, Jarvis Doyle, Ken Fields. Front Row: Jerry Patch, Montana Freely, Ken Kuhlmann, Ron Sipple. i l L Q I t., l --. X ' s , Q I -: SX . Q , my ' - .Ac--, Q. A , ' Q- ,ww : X1 v,-gk gif: Ute How! How, with our crashing 231 lb. line and our imported backfield from the University of Washington, we were able to take only third place in intramural football, I don't know. Our attempts at basketball only revealed to us our real calling, the popular Santa Barbara sport of "hustIing." After several complete conquests, including Ribera, Manzanita, and Bahia, the cunning Utes discovered the advantages of enticing the quarry into the teepee under the pretense of several well-planned Open Houses. The latest Ute proiect is a secret tunnel now being dug from Ute Hall to Santa Cruz, which is a pretty good proiect 'cause were on the second floor. Sing on, sons of dispUTE! it 1 ei? Top Row, lett to right: Ronald John- son, Marty Sunnes, Duncan McCand- less, Gordon Snider, Ross Gamble, Dan Wise. Middle Row: Dick Ellis, Robert Gray, Ronald Atwood, Walt Becker, Donald Comorre, Gerald Mcckersie. Bottom Row: Larry De- Belius, Dick Pieper, James Beeson, Bill McAdams, Chuck Sconce. Top Row, left to right: Bill Kerce, Don Kalman, Marshall Mouw, Ron Ormiston, Frank Brownie. Middle Row: Wayne Haight, larry Nash, Fred Witt, Ron Swenson, Keith Taka- hashi, Warren Harkins. Bottom Row: Gary Korn, .lim Nuckolls, Don Dwig- gins, Fred Harris, Michael Flanagan. A 1 '14 W Top Row, left to right: Neal Randle, lee Waian, Bob Palmer, Don Me- amber, Bruce Jones, Mike Moody, Allen Lundberg. Middle Row: Mike St. Marie, Bert Tribbey, Robert Fran- cisco, Fredrick Harrison, Daniel Mul- vey, Pete Nissler, Ron Tyler. Bottom Row: Bruce Crawford, Dan Moore, Ed Merrifield, Bob Funk, Jon Bland. AN IAS me 4 "I-llll!-1 ft i C if f Yuma A visit from the campus police -Henry's Beach and Marisco's Ladies- Bert Tribbey's football squad with a 6-l-l season - Gift Jones' "Fructification at the Zoo" - Linda Ma- son's serenade: with ukeleles, without harmony - Open House with 35 people and 6 inches of 7'Up in Room 2435 - Spaghetti and Sirena at the Huddle - Prez Ron Tyler's Hall Meetings, and "a few words from Neal Randle" - Off-the-record ioints in the boon- docks - Bob Funk's spirited basketball team, finishing second in the Hall League - Surfing: stepping around Bruce Crawford's board which occasionally lurked in the hallway - Skin- diving: Waian, Merrifield, and depths - Daphine's Band-Aid - Our first year as a Hall: Oink! i 'C Top Row, left to right: Dennis Allen, Mike Dickman, Don May, Mike Gil- bert, Barry Hansen, Middle Row: Jerry Harwood, Bob Craig, Mark White, Larry Jacobs, Mike Fels, Bot- tom Row: Dick Riesen, Nick Newe mark, Dick Weisenberg, Rich Hubler, Harvey Freeds. I v .. : "B ': . N at ,4 ' " r E Q, , , I Top Row, left to right: Jackie Kemp- ., , ton, lllani Atwater, Sue Blakely, Cathie Riddle, Patsy Stewart, Edith Rutter. Middle Raw: Lael Brandt, Sandi Tatum, Margie Berry, Barbara l Cress, Candace Callons, Kay O'Don- V nell. Bottom Row: Lynn Roseman, Sally Goodfield, Sasha Schmidt, Ruth Micelli. Bahia Summer jobs, vacation spots, beach parties, and families were all left behind as we, the girls of Bahia, entered the friendly atmosphere of the college dormitory. Pranks, parties, secret sisters, candlelites, Open House, exams, term papers, studying, bull sessions, ioints, dates, illnesses, cinches, and finals - all these shared experiences brought us closer together. Dur- ing the year we gathered the blue ribbon on the ioint Bahia-Ribera Homecoming float, Dr. and Mrs. Noble ioined us for a bull session, our reindeer was displayed in front of Santa Rosa, and Bahia-Ribera joints were held with halls of Anacapa. Each event was fun or in- formative. We are again departing to our summer activities, but we are looking forward to returning next fall when we shall renew old friendships. ' v -: 4- -. . :3 ' '-Q ' .A'iK'i""mi"9f'5'F'5"?'fXL'N'wf'55cWw'9 56 . . .. T .-V, V, - ' ' j ts if ,- ' 1' . Nik Q Q, ,cf-'Vf' li 1 ' ' :'4 .. 1 ' el, Q K v V le, i ' 5 - -4 L. Top Row, left to right: Della Tag- lieri, Jocquie Funderburk, Joan Boc- ' - - 'X . ca a ir ey arwa er ini re oc v i L- v l , Sh I T t , W f cl K h, , - " Honor Bourquin. Middle Row: loan f' Riherd, Sally Loyd, Sharon Fernan- dez, Mickie Watson, .loanie Hicks, Barbara Arlt, Gretchen Iversen, Bot- tom Row: Cynthia Gardner, Sharon Brady, Carol Scholl, Carla Erickson, Sue Aborn. 5 4: cl V ,- eg' A 'V Top Row, left to right: laura Datson, Jean Yerkes, Robin Lawrence, Diane Smith, Katie Gardner, Nancy Stewart. Mid- dle Row: Sylvia Bunter, Leslie Jones, Carol Prosser, Diane Shaughniss, Toni Kallis. Bottom Row: Anne Johnson, Marsha Hennessy, Sharon Sherard, Glenda Gardner. V -1 YQ t v ., . rg Top Row, lett to right: Jeanie Menzies, Barbara Cain, Suzy Tutwiler, Carol Dawson, Pal Alexander, Jeannine Jensen. Middle Row: Jean Brown, June Major, Colleen Conway, Marty Steinhouser, Anita Schnekrot, Judy Rodriquez, Bottom Row: Nan Lindemann, Linda Sho- maker, Judi Saben, Denise Lund. .:,E- If G -Y-' i -Q:-5 . .J -1 3: g-25' ' will 1 ' T il? ' V' QQ . . C 9' 5.4, ' 'f . 3' :JET '. l ws: . .4 1- -4 J 11- 1 W, ,:,i. , . mx - . . r.' s --, ., Q. '. sl S I., 1 'H' .:'. Q-re' 'f ' ' we-fn 5 ,N:1?'- if Ry ss - s. 4 ll 'EY X Q X K x xx Q. , , s s ! 5 5:3 .s X ll-31131.---QAM ' si - .- . , QQ,-ls. , X " . -,-.ncnxf is i s X 1 Q NQX X x mx X x X 1 X N sex X Rx Ns be x. Coralina Suspense . . Why did Suzy, Linda, and Judi get elected? Suspense . . . Will we win for our float? Sus- pense . . . Who shall we short sheet tonight? Suspense . . . Will the Modoc guys show up at the ioint? Suspense . . . HOO-HAH! Suspense . . . Who writes the corny poems for the Sunshine Committee? Suspense . . . Where's my underwear? Suspense . . . Who will sit on Santa's knee? Sus- pense . . . Who's my secret sister? Suspense... Dios miol Who let the ants in the 'iohn"? Suspense . . . Will we be here after finals? . . . SUSPENSE . . . Oh! H-L! Coralina's a nervous wreck! cw N x x ss s x X S H KQV K 6 . 1sgse'wff is M l .- .l, Q i ' 1 E '. ., g 5 . -Z! . : Sl ' 2 312 'Q' T112 2 1 Tl 1' Evite 1- ', ': -7 l, N sv- Q., : - - N-qs. . ieefs-A A -we fix- :ISYS - Y : - ' .ss s.shres iai if -A Teil. f a FEQYS .. L --5-i':zZ31f. ' l is , " '?-fi -'way ' i X s, X ...Nb K, QP ,A An... :fs . if 2 . :-M5 K J l L.' YT " " ' .. 1.513 in , ..-.2 - V:-1-8 -.,.,:f,,s.g X, , . ,-, .fX,-,2u.,,.f'p. 1 ti:-fr :pgs XS'-Qs' 'SQ-1: qw.-.1jI:.'g .1',g.g,,5.: g 1 I'-51 4 X35 .iii I-f:3:EC'H v15'l."F"'-'J 4 Y '- ,- ' iz" .LR N "y.2 , 4-'If' 3-H+:-, , X: :-wx e ' Ii' 'f.'.- VJ." ' '-' 'n' 'x ' N. .-1 ' s- ' .. ' Nil? 'rf-'--H? "' ff 1 I --i. .--zz, "1 -' I-1'g','-,Lt , ' - J ' 4 if-.1-.fi-,f",1 J K5 "'1f.7f:1I fiat l- - . - ' 'ri-Risk--Q Ns: ,. I' T1 L N Nx D Ns X s 1 XX 1 N S - X X - I 5- -1 x X L 3 , x X X " A .A . 1'--"ff-ll r f f ' X fs , Ax - 'ii - 1.1 i ., - lf., i . .'I tw- Q , 4 , V -1 S- I. -r , . 1 - osx C we x....,xs 1-V, X Y fgx N' s ..e,,, V l i.. . "p.fY't , l . ,lv Qin ,A . bg-x Marisco's tirst social event of the season was a beach ioint with Yuma Hall which began a long-lasting relationship between the two halls strengthened by the resounding cries of the Yuman mating call-"Hoo Hahl" Nancy Keever and Adele Frantzman were co-chairman of our Homecoming float, entitled "The Hunger for Knowledge." . . . Santa in the guise of Mar- iscovians gave a nightie, black lace-type to Sandy Pearson, our Fall President, she and her officers did a terrific iob, They were Sallie Anderson, Vice President, Naincy Gilgert, Secre- tary, and Joanie Spelgatti, Treasurer. Taking over in Spring were Mary Ellen Fairbanks, Presi- dent, Carole Ferrine, Vice-President, Judy Borgeson, Secretary, and Kathi Searle, Treasurer. Nostalgics anyone? . . . our cancllelights-Gay Morlath and Bruce Castle engaged . . . Sue Lawhead and Chris Nyby pinned . . . Susie Frietag and Jim Smith pinned . . . and the many, many Mariscovians with their powder burns lfrom being shot down so many times, of coursell . . . our candidate for Homecoming Queen, Caroline Street, became First Princess , . . Gene Smith was our choice for Li'l Abner. A great year for Marisco, let it not be said that apathy reigned here! I .... +1 Q.: sg- Top Row, left to right: Marcia Renck, Shari Tierney, Susie Freitag, Kathi Searle, Jan Taylor, Betty Jo Pank- hurst, Ardis Blackburne, Cindy De- Mille, Sandy Sill. Middle Row: Pat Cameron, Elvera Ostness, Mary Lau Eddy, Kay Krueger, Sandy Pearson, Carol Newton, Susie Walker, Ann Ashbrook, Pam Gustafson. Bottom Row: Marie Langdon, Jo Anne Pet- rani, Linda Barge, Mary Ellen Fair- banks, Zelda Segal, Joanie Spelgatti, Sue Lawhead. Top Row, left to right: Sally Twomey, Patty Smith, Mary McClenaghan, Rosemarie Tutuniian, Birte Jensen, Sharon Fujii. Middle Row: Julie Per- elli-Minitti, Pat Schaefer, Maya Mar- quardt, Susan Schraud, Florence Duncan, Suzanne Sevier, Arlene Becker. Bottom Row: Lacey Laylander, Mary Elise Whetsel, Caroline Street, Maureen Couzins, Sally Standley, Willene Tompkins, Ann Petherbridge. Top Raw, left to right: Barbara Drey- er, Natalie Collins, Lorraine Hoppe, Sue Benak, Lea Johnstone, Julie Mar- tinez. Middle Row: Nancy Hand, Vicki Pellette, Sally Tallman, Pam- ela Brokaw, Louise Freiden, Linda Golan. Bottom Row: Ingrid Bergh, Brigitte Hoy, Mary Ann Woodland, Diane Odell, Ro Ogden, Sharon Rowe. Top Row, left to right: Gray Noland, Patti Henninger, Margie McKean, Jacque Zisman, Janice Yokaitis. Mid- dle Row: Blair Hughes, Judith Ham- ilton, Norma Springer, Arlene Miller, Margy McKnight, Barbara Janks. Bottom Row: Helen Winnie, Shari Sweeting, Carol Hughes, Ellen Read- ing. qyx 'N X x SW ix Y- x .-: ,- " - v "'V"'f"""T ' ' A is ,.N.. ., .--is--1 -A . -SN? - gg.: , e Q 5 - ', " s f i xi' -xglffxxr' dsx sk Vs 'j-P .':fri:,3 ,gy kgs N- Qi- '- -1 . 1 -IA.. . Ex l n -f l "f, Wk .fa VJ, 5- g SX From water fights to picnics, And a ioint with NEBLINA NQVGIOI Nebllnofs really got the stuff- That ole "get up and go!.. Neblina is the - - Hpcmy hall," Lea I5 our social Thclt's what people Clmlfi Our R.A. is Gray. say. But who are we to When we need help, disagree? she's always there We know we are that Showing USfl1e WUY- way! 2:3 HTSN Q-" 9 l 1 , K 4 x -V l 1 - 1 x , ' 2 "l l r Q ' ,., " 4 , xl x . l ,i ' " ' ' ' l is I N s , l ' iff" -,m,5.,F 1 .JSE ,gullcfff f 'X Rc J,-604 A 44, 'I W tw 'fa-Vg! . 4 ' f,,,,l ,ty I 5' is X: 'Y 3 Nattie is our president, Patty is the scribe. Norma is the hall's "ludish," Keeping peace within the tribe. A more spirited hall than Neblina, You'll never chance to meet! Our motto is "togetherness," That's why Neblina's "neat!" -f-wer w. i 1. 'xl ci - arp-'vw 1 ff. Q . ' .4 ' 4 -es F 1 ,. I J A -as ! I- . ' ,fl NN ., Wig, "'-?'I4'j ti-.. Top Row, left to right: Vickie Sna- dow, Betty Linn, Joan Lund, Pat Curd, Dottie Grove, Ruth Owen, Barbara Dahl. Middle Raw: Olive Johnson, Carol Conway, Gwyn looney, Joan Nobs, Bettie Oxley, Mary Tuttle, Pat Logue. Bottom Row: JoAnn Nelson, Lyn James, Karen Scarborough, Doris Julio, Kay Moore. lla Q' 4 K -1 , 1'TTAt g. -9 'C ,I xv 'I Ffslsf X Q ,-'f K... 'll' .2 e :4"' s Q A' ,,- if . . .vi .Xing +:".ff?' " um s , N x X n N -X K X 1 ' 9. ge ex .Ar pp X Q, N- -zo iw UU f ' N- A - - 'Tl ' S .QNN N X ,, - C.. s. -Lsli Top Row, left to right: Ann Lough- ner, Pat Ellison, Susan Cochran, Linda Lewis, Nancy Hillmer, Shelia lorimore, Barbara Buchanan. Mid- dle Row: Andra Goble, Darrelyn Hy- att, Joan Hayward, Cris lannone, Mariory James, Joyce Callahan. Bot- tom Row: Elsa-Karen Johnson, Monica Sawyer, Glenna Clover, Nadine Hume. Ribera, the swingingest hall in Santa Rosa, has certainly attained a "place in the sun" this past year, we won, for the second time, the RHA Scholarship trophy, and also won first place in RHA Women's Division of the Homecoming Parade with our "Alice in Wonder- land" float. Also, the serenade - and - candlelight bug chose us as a likely prospect for we seemed to average a pinning at least once a month. Julie Clay and Betty Oxley served as our respective presidents during the year. Oops! Almost forgot to mention that we won the volleyball intramurals. Good work, team! Spring Sing was another focal point for our efforts, along with basketball, Secret Sisters, and ioint with the various "men of Ana- capaf' All in all, it has been a very active and successful year for the girls of Ribera. ' s 11-4 4 'x T is 4-.4-gy. Top row, left to right: Sheri Clay- baurne, Ann Bunler, Penny Larson, Caralene Hill, Lyn Rue, Virginia Larson, Nancy Corn. Middle Row: X l 5 V Q 5 : Jean MacGregor, Nancy Wiggins, , - ' I, 1 l . x T 7' ," Corrine Anderson, Nancy Draper, ll V ' "kitty . ' 0 ' Linda Klug, Kris Nelson, Mary Ann S 4 -lil ' llll-X V A " Finch. Bottom Row: Sandra Ogden, ll if l I Carroll Potter, Jodine Williams, Kay Kerner, Gay Weaver. , I .Q 3. 1 ' 4 Qfsfir.. V ,Q ' ' ' N ' wf' ' ' Balboa Island June, l96O Sirena Dear B.L., This place is the greatest. Sun and surf and sea 'n ski almost manage to blot out the memory of finals lfrom which I emerged with an astounding 2.00ll. Yep, it's all pretty easy to forget, except for those swingin' escapades in Sirena. I can see them all now . . . The shoe shine for Frosh queen candidate Kerner lbest spit polisn on campusl . . . that spaghetti feed with Yuma - with Shelly Berman for back- ground music . . . our league basketball entry that was doomed when the star forward broke a finger- nail . . . first semester crew Shugg, Kerner, and Corn and second semester replacements Melfi, Soenke, and Nelson-What a bunch of gungies! Wonder if they ever got those showers plastered and the drains unplugged. Nothing like standing in line in the iohn! . . . lt all sort of makes you homesick . . . Your ex-roomie P.S. Enclosed find laundry bag of dirty surfers. Top Row, left to right: Marilyn Soenke, Sue Seaborn, Ann Shoe- maker, Patsy Westfall, Elizabeth Conrad, Pat Shugg, Laurie Stevens. Middle Row: Sandra Fowler, Lesley Porter, Diane La Voie, Julie Hay- ward, Cindy Goodman, Nancy Dot- son, Stefanie Weisberg. Bottom Row: Linda langan, Evy Houston, Barbara Balow, Sue Selby, Linda Liederman, Susan Strand, Janet Barnes. . ' . 'ISF' N1 -.'4s it .fa esf as. ,aff 1 L was -5.45 .-,. sbvx ,if " F Tesoro '45, 'Q": Hall Activities, Fall 1959: A. Nominated Margie Sawers for Frosh Queen. Raised money by selling candy and washing cars. B. Margie won First Frosh Princess by our raising SlO3.00. C. Joint with Pima-beach party. D. Nominated Judy Carnes for Homecoming Queen. E. Nominated Gift Jones for Li'l Abner. F. Hall President: Kathy Tennis, Veep: Tommie Nordell. Spring, l96O: A. Joint with Navajo. B. Pres.-Harriet Salado. Veep-Carolee Randolph. 1 , . ,W .25 AX X., I c ,QI as i if. X 4 4 'J Top Row, left to right: Linda Carnes, Nancy Jo Waldeck, Becky Sawyer, Harriet Salado, Barbara Townhill. Middle Row: Sharon Henry, Linda Davis, Judy Carnes, Kathy Tennis, Jill Cunningham. Bottom Row: Judy Pfeiler, Margie Sewers, Susan Tip- ton, Kathy Tachet. Top Row, left to right: Judy Hebner, Tommie Nordell, Nancy Gardener, Janet Bagby, Becky Everest, Pat Streib. Middle Row: Vickki llgen, Judy Wheeler, Judy Ferguson, Caro- lyn Scott, Kitty Rittenhouse, Doris Halloway. Bottom Row: Margaret Mc- Kenna, Rosemary Wright, Tammy Evens, Carolee Randolph, Doris Em- bree, Top Row, left to right: .lorene Geivet, Janice Arcese, Jeannie Moody, Sunny Snyder, Cecile Silver. Middle Row: Betty Rapert, Gail Anthony, Donna Olson, Gail Seabury, Barbara Erick- son, Marion Dunlop. Bottom Row: Carol Richards, Becky Ellis, Mary Lou Baskerville, Lorrie Cuthbert. Top Row, left to right: Sally Gable, Betty Kringlen, Phyllis Fisher, Cara- lyn Sutton, Sumi Okamoto. Middle Row: Barbara Meverden, Janet Schmidt, Ruthellen Griggs, Ann Pet- ersen, Caralyn Rice, Linda Hale. Bot- tom Row: Sherian Aitken, Tina Han- son, Karon Burke, Helen Naiiar. 'Vg'-.r+A1w - 21- -- fe- - - - - N., -1 VILLA MARINA A ffiigk I A ' lf., " , xy-Vi 'AVS , - 'V i H, i "' Viv:-.,.s lim mf - ff' J "" L it ' up '- wwf--5 ,' .2 i9 -L -- ' - .,.s 2 qc Lf. . - -. A I. 'eil ' - fi", ' ' ,L '2 2444 Vi? X L Af. , he Q-XXX .i I 1, . lv lf 4 wx, N' 'LX' lF1k.s-'..I:4- Q una: fi: f '-Qs-:-yzfgygggq X xx I ' ur. C :fi'i"f: L X Q it . ' .Q --auf .:' A s-,J -- ,, " : N Q, ' .' my,- . A .em . -- ... I , .Q -s ,yy V L. . , ,il G , . , 'Tv 'PQQ X xiii -cf x lx X Qs . a xk Pi R X YS ' x . Qi . . .Q , E, 1 lt , iz i . X. e ,., " X 3 i 1 3 Vx? 9 LAS CASITAS -W--Y-----, -l ,N ACACIA . I S E V V -I 4 ' f ' N. bb I Q J i .1 1 . I . EA as Q 7, 4 W f 4 'if . 'Q vs Fl' Z .- V Gr T Top Row, left to right: Carolyn Gang, Jenean Romberg, Kristin Johnson, Carolin Bradbury, Sue Hawes, Valerie lindman, Sandra Bragg, Marty Logan. Middle Row: Regina While, Diane Haines, Jean Mittenthal, Dolly First, Verena Rueggf Jane Felmlee, Joyce Richards. Bottom Row: Jacky luck, Mary Anne McGinley, Rosemary Schmitz, Linda Johnson, Joyce Peloian. Birch an all freshman hall un- V til the spring semester, began an active year by supporting Kathy Millea for Frosh Queen. At Homecoming Birch offered welcome support in the form of coffee and doughnuts to the Neblina and Marisco float builders. With the same en- thusiasm, Birch competed in both basketball and volley- ball intramurals and did well in both. Highlights of the fall semester were the date party at the college cabin at Christ- mas, decorations which fea- tured a Christmas tree on the roof, and the all-girl Christ- mas party, where stockings were hung in the triple with care and Santa Claus gave each girl a gift from her secret sister. Scholastically, Birch did well, placing four girls on Deans list. Fall offi- cers: Chris Clinef President, Judy Hayes, Vice President, Jody Thoren, Secretary, and C o r e n e Tonelli, Treasurer. Spring officers: Diane Dick- son, President, Shirley Bod- dum, Vice-President, Bobbie Malsberg, Secretary, and Gin- ny Van Cleve, Treasurer. -C? i- Q h , - x. T 5 'I - i9 if ff ,L 5 s XE. i T . i fx x - -ff - A. l i es- -1 .W i - ti 1 I i Q V .2 1 q F ,I Q I 1 N Top Row, lett to right: Cathy McKean, Lois Siegel, Shirley Boddum, Diane Dickson, Dorothy Grinager, Barb Averine, Geebie Alisch, Susie Mahoney, Jan Paquette, Joanne Thoren. Middle Row: Barbara Norris, Jai Leedy, Shirley Oliver, Sandra Bingham, Becky Gardner, Bobbie Malsberg, Beatrice Thompson, Corene Tonelli. Bottom Row: Nancy McClelland, Ginny Van Cleve, Karen Buss, Judy Hayes, Pamela Cary, Kathy Millea. Top Row, lefl lo righl: Dorothy Mil lon, Mary Starkey, Belh Faye, Bar- bara Bell, Pinkie While, Pal Hull, Judy Hummell, Nancy Allen. Middle Row: Nancy Gee, Marilyn Rubin, Bar- bara Hodges, Belly Raskoff, Marcia Lane, Joan Samson, Susan Thorpe, Caroline Garey. Bollom Row: Linda Wuerlz, Suzzi Schwank, Karen Rus- sell, Hazel Micelli, Sue Schrepfer, Jacquie Laird, Corlyn Helppie. Top Row, lefl lo righl: Denise Mc- Donald, Ann Pelersen, Linda Holman, Elizabelh Ross, Nancy Fisher, Mary McGranahan, Earlyne Myers, Dianne Thomson. Middle Row: Sandra Head- ley, Lora Smilh, Rosemary Sieh, Mar- garel Schenek, Jerilyn Skinner, Den- ise Cailleau. Bollom Row: Brenda Wail, Jan Hafers, Sue Belsey, Carol Tench, Colelle Soull, Barbara Gabel. ? ,. 4. . x , N l JUNIPER 'Q - I r V fs . tile x ' ..-1 , - f , A . l N57 . . Agua I . Top Row,'left to right: Joanie Forest, Judy Barratt, Phyllis Smith, Cldire Marx, Mary Hubbell, Alma Barker, Connie Coe, Jean Beggs. MiddleARow: Judith Bollo, Mary Qoertz, Vicki Gall, Janice Stroud, Betty Lou Caminiti, Carol Dovon, Adeline Cheng. Bolfom ROWS !'f1dG FOX, l-CUTE! Aftdfy. Shlrley Starr, Diane Davis, Carole Pickens, Lorraine Wilson. Madrona "Deck" the halls with boughs of seaweed" were the words we Ma- drona Hall gals were singing as we decorated the shower with seaweed iust before Christmas vacation. The "mid- T I ' . ' - , N:Zd:?e0W'5ojflDt'0 r1glEt,.Lin:a Cato, Carole Johnson, Kay Ginn, Karen Lindstedt, Marty Morris, Bette Broom, Priscilla Cooper. B N R fT 'Ulm -wie. Ot- Holoubek, Janet Partin, Charlotte Welles, Dottie Wright, Sue Allen, Pat Allen, Donna Larson, O Om W1 On' G"f"nf KG'-e MCMIIIGH, Carolyn Kroll, Joan Daley, Toni Oswill, Ardith Higginborhum. term strain" was too much for some of us so we went to the beach and let off some steam! Jazz and King- ston Trio were continually N.. 1 42 1 . f- L' 7 Q' Afliffiis.. , . l 4' ' W Wi 4351- ' -' " ., if '- 1 fx in rs. floating out from under the door of our triple where we gathered in mass to partici- pate in serious discussions and play the ukelele. With the be- ginning of the new semester, we welcomed some freshmen to MAD Hall. They soon were as "mad" as the rest of us. Being very intellectual, we naturally spent most of our time absorbing knowledge. Occasionally levery weekl we would spend a few hours finally got a passing grade on an English paper" party or celebrating could find to I celebrate. We all pulled through-even our R.A. What having an "I whatever we a MAD year!! l22 Top Row, left to right: Mardi Mohr, Sue Silvernale, Mary Ann Thomsen, Susie Thomas, Peggy Bozymowski, Stephanie Heck, Toni Haycock, Anne Hyde. Middle Row: linda Robinson, Susie McKellar, Janice Swartz, Jean McPherson, Veronica Cotton, Kathy Karau, Meg Bianca. Bottom Row: Shari Ulrich, Robin Kingsley, Ann Robinson, Lynne Peterson, Sachiko Hiramoto, Cathi Hairgrove, Mary Franzman. Top Row, left to right: Linda Hinote, Eddy Helvey, Mary Whittington, Mary Henry, Pat Mahler, Carole MacSween, Linda Cordle, Middle Row: Kathy Stewart, Dottie Fisher, Kathy Em- merichs, Carol Henning, Susan Per- kins, Linda Moore, Diane Clark. Bot- tom Row: Carol Cartan, Ann-Lea Welshofer, Carol Tenenbaum, Char- lotte Lee, Alberta Smith, Joyce Roy- alty. 5, 1 x, , sr, . Q7 C1 l if , A C. l , 1fi,-,s AQ i WMV Yi it l A 53 G Laurel Native drums send word from the nylon iungle of Laurel Hall where, deep in the interior, the Laurelite tribe holds its council. Chieftan Pat Mahler presides over the circle ot Elders - Charlie Lee, Carol MacSween, Joyce Royalty, Eve Trook, and Carol Waslien. Medicine men Sachiko Hiranoto and Kathy Karau lurk at the periphery. As council members sit crosslegged on the floor of the chiet's hut, chewing betel nuts, they recall events of the last nine moons: how they held up the Commons to get money to support tribal Frosh Queen candidate, Lynn Rowe . . . how their float won third prize in the Homecoming parade . . . the unique birthday parties held each month for tribe members . . . Spring Sing . . . the "Gulp Coffee Stay Awake All Night Last Chance to Study for Finals Club." . . , ioints with the Sequoia tribe and others . . . and the volleyball team . . . Oh, well . . . "Hey Gang," screeches the tribal scout, "line up for snapshots. Osa's here." "Osa Johnson again! Sheeesh.!" The council adiourns. ,N - flax-2, 3' is E 'W 1 5, 'ii ' I 4 l V " . ' -, -.. V. -N . .K . . i xl V is Q1 'lin 1 'IJA 'fl rp "' fr ' v,,r .v 1 - -AA 'f.A w 5 5: .Q.:': L li. i iiil , . i . .sl ffl ll ll liarns, Pouahi Judd, Helen Landor, A 5 .Bn Q 'Q . 3 l w 1-2 2. f:,, ' . X t rs Q ,, Q s 'gs . v A X x S , . N 0 ,Q ' 5 1 N X 4 ' if .3-.iii A ff. f saw Top Row, left to right: Gayle Robin- son, Nancy Whitman, Patricia Mil- burn, Tuck Quinn, Nancy Keele, Beth laFreniere. Middle Row: Merry Wick- ham, Sue Hall, Andrea Hallin, Millie Hendrick, Susie Sparrow, Helen Allyn. Bottom Row: Joyce Sutherlin, Carole Meyer, Steffi Greiner, Nancy Ed- wards, Claudia Hoffman, Charlotte Foster. Manzanita Most of our time in Manzanita Hall was spent in just plain, old-fashioned study- ing. We slaved all day and burned the midnight oil cramming for exams or frantically finishing up a term paper . . . and somehow we survived. The lounge was a popular place when we had a ioint with a men's hall or an evening of discussion with a prominent member of the UCSB administration or faculty. Ours was one of the two longest floats in the Homecoming parade, but the extra work brought us a second-place prize. All the organized events were very enioyable, and so were the other crazy things we did, such as riding bikes down the hall, throwing Mrs. Petty in the shower - and studying. The impromptu popcorn parties, the seminars that somehow wandered from the subiect, the thrill of getting ready for that BIG date - these were all part of our life in Manzanita, a life of laughs and tears, wonderful friends and memorable experiences. Tia ,,, x 5.- .- . - tg' .Y , ,sv A I5 - , 'X it 'ff 1 cv f i ' ,V 1, l l X f l -- f. sf. -c r '- gt es -gm: --ik Q7 ' " t" i ' . 7 - h ru: ' R30 ' .- Q' . " -, 'l Q74 7 l'klu:i.w' KYJ - ww K 4 Q' J fri l,,"' s . fll a In ,E Top Row, left to right: Pat Caloia, ' Marilyn Morehouse, Beverly Wood, Linda Wollery, Nancy Osborn, Ginny Sager, Middle Row: Sharon McWil- l Jan Condit, Ruth Troutman, Bottom Pat Dolan, Dottie Magee, Rae Hall, Hickling, Sharon Row: Judy Case, Sayward, Kathleen Cheryl Liggett. 5 .' - Pham' W -' 'f - ' 'X 2 X tt::x:f::t.1.V ,figs-J. X , . r ,KF ' -' -., f- k ,, ' . . if , X '-tint' ,Ax-5 si . - ' nt' ' , if ' . ' fi i , X f":""- "- . .-,-.1-s 1' , - 1" - - i '.'a: -fri, . . It.. , ..,.- ,- , v '- 'Q if ,..Z.--iw' . 4 l- i NM, .Nr . t 1 Q -: . --in f, .- -' -V-1.-,AW ' . n' ,,. , , -" if 5 ' :if . , vt.,-wif ,gf A 7 9,45 P' A '- J ' . ' '5---. Pf . QV1 . +- -1 ' ' ' ' .- 4-V' V H P? : "' "5" . f -1 A. ' .wg .-,,, .I ' i -4 A.. -JU. , e-W ' - - fs"-3555.14 Y -- - '-537 -r ' ' " ig" ' Oak Being firn: believers in freedom and independence, we Oakites practiced what we preached and mostly went our own sweet ways. ln spite of few public appearances, spirits remained high as we entered a candidate for Fresh- man Queen, kibitzed other halls' float-building at Home- coming, roasted hot-dogs with the Navaios, and sponsored a Li'l Abner candidate. On the intellectual side, we had sev- eral successful dinners and sessions with faculty members. We celebrated Christmas with a stained-glass windbw in the front yard and music on every door. One of our best achieve- ments was assembling for this picture. A survey of the Oak dwellers revealed socialites, cyclists, skin-divers, flamenco- dancers, folk - singers, scien- tists, chief cook and bottle- washers, beach combers, and a few college students. An in- ventroy of objects found in our dorm included cactus, posters, lacquered star fish, rabbits, elephants, mountains of stuffed animals, and a sink in every room. We'll never be the same again, but it was great fun. -C f:,., rr 1 Q 7. 4, -v D Wi' -' ., -' t l v C . a- W4 A Q L. - F as "4 p ., 5 .- 5. .. .W 1 B- 1 -t G t I "I,.1s Q ,J .1 Top Row, left to right: Joanne Buckley, Sharon Tynan, Carla Herzog, Beth Aine, Judy Sperling, Meredith Lattin, Nancy Hostetter, Joanne May, Dixie Kallmeyer. Middle Row: Bonnie Wilson, Shirley Zimmerman, Mary Ulery, Valerie Stal- moker, Danna Russell, Marie Frenchick. Bottom Row: Judy Coleman, Susan Hargus, Sharon Crawl, Sylvelin Edgerton, Jean Daley. Top Row, left to right: Sue Brown, Patricia Allen, Mary Clemens, Judi Zellhoeter, Sheila Beaumont, Ruth Bartlett, Cindy Edwards, Anne Kluegel. Middle Row: Myrlene Varner, Jeanette Milosovich, Nancy Hann, Marian Hackett, Sally Naylor, Linda Veley, Helen Smith. Bottom Row: Madelon Porter, Willa Mahler, Beverley ' i Tomicich, Terrie Parlier. G C Malinowsk xc ,E M S i S 2 ww siiil- A We y- 7f'J'i'f3feg,T 'T'-'-,..4..n.,t,H Barbara Ramsey, Vesta S- Q 'f' 5 s XX x XS ' QR X x N . fm' c '-, 1551 tsl Palm Whew . . . that last final finished and the back door closed tight ltook three of usl, but who can resist one last look at the old barn? Whoops, there's a Cindy-Edwards - for- Frosh-Queen tag on the floor, ilotsa' work but worth it - after all, didn't s h e come through with an honorable mention?i Over there? Oh, that's just iunk - mistletoe and "Palm's Little lcardboardl Angels" left over from Christ- mas, ribbons from the last birthday party, and that old crepe paper must be from the Homecoming float l'member getting 2nd place with Man- zanita?l. Yup, the phone still stinks - never did figure out what those Toyon guys put on it lthat was our punishment for rolling a trash can down their halli. What? No, not everyone - som e are headed for sororities and two, or three for the altar, but most of us will be back to kick off another semester. See ya' . . . l25 Pine The time: September, 1959 . . . The event: School began-the same even that happens year after year . . . The only difference: We Were There . . . "We" consisted of twenty-three girls from var- ious states and lands. "We" consisted of twenty-three per- sonalities who sacrificed sleep for Homecoming, baked cookies to pay for Homecom- ing, and vowed to get more help next year for Homecom- ing. Our social activities weren't too numerous, for we held no more than thirty ioints and twenty parties. Af- ter Christmas vacation we came back and were surprised by several girls who's Santas gave them "a girl's best friend" for Christmas. Mask- ing tape, men, and Friday afternoons were our favorite items of conversation during quiet hours. With all the events that have happened in the past few months "we twenty- three" are looking forward to the end of finals. me--,TQ ,,-1,-'sn --V.: "TY XY. QNX yt ft N TQQX ix rr X 3 H , R- PS -- ' -" X 6 ,az , -: I Q ,ffm A 'L X P .V SX .g : ' ' Xa c 59. Ms- vi. 1" Q f' Q ' 'kk -2:5221 fr-' Q- W 1 H 'A x qt X N KN? mf" .-Q Ll l"1?-QQ. . ,.,. ,I Top Row, left to right: Barbara Boatsman, Jackie Porter, Gwendolyn Rupert, Eva Siooin, Rosalee Mclntire, Helen Lien. Middle Row: Sue Word, Mary Photoglou, Polly MacKenzie, Pat Munday, Carol Ptleeger, Jill Hickling. Bottom Row: Lynn Walters, Anita McClelland, Geraldine Montgomery, Ann Keppler, Wanda Schenk. Top Row, left to right: Dave Patching, Edwin Burling, Peter Letchworth, Harry Corwin, Wilson Winnek, Curt Solberg. Middle Row: James Jilg, Alexander Stevenson, John Caluprice, Robert Kavanaugh, Howard Kaehn. Bottom Row: Mahesh Suroiya, Paul Satfell, Arne Christiansen, Dave Koll, Mike Hackney. .-4 an-.,,, 6 Dv' .wgc gs . . Toyon In true "Pottytrotter" tradition, Toyon withstood ef- forts of the administration to close clown the hall and en- tered into University life. The Homecoming iudges must have been suffering from "hang- overs" as they didn't see the merits of Toyon's float. Toyon was the only men's hall to en- ter the Homecoming festivities. Highlights of the social sea- son included functions with the ladies of Phi Alpha Lambda Mu, Pine Hall, Santa Rosa and Santa Barbara Jun- ior High. The annual Toyon- Manzanita beach party was again stopped by the campus cops factually vice-versai. Hall officers were Arne Christian- sen, president, Wilson Win- nek, vice-president, and Dave Koll, secretary - treasurer. -VM, ,,,:g,-fi:-Yr. 41 -li , 'fff lsi v "i'?i'Q:IfQ'!? - -5 I4 -S.. , W -fe + n 1 'CJ ' K f K J." V' "l"l w 5 -.T T 1 l 9 if 4 .',-+5 X ' '1-44 m V1 4, 3 "fin T X- I cr X ...MZ Sycamore life is made of this: Take one large and roomy hall. Add forty assorted girls and a wonderful housemother. Sprinkle generously with memories like "Suzy Quixote Rides Again" . . . Pima serenade . . . "Thou shalt not bug thy neighbor" . . . Early morning T.G.l.F .... President .lan . . . "Not another House meeting!" . . . Mono and measles . . . Coke bottles against the door . . . Arias from "My Fair Lady" . . . "Man in the hall" . . . Cinch notes . . . Sequoia joint . . . Gab sessions . . . "Don't forget your proctor duty!" . . . Ford gives minors . . . Shower skidding . . , "Three minutes till quiet hours!" . . . "Willie" . . . Boston's letters . . . "Baaart- leeey" . . . Sprites and Angels . . . "Red rover, red rover, can l come over?" . . . Night visitors . . . Blossoming romances . . . and countless other things. Simmer a semester or two. Season with spice and gaiety, tears and tenderness. Serve with a happy heart. This is Sycamore Hall. 1 . 'TLV W sci- ' is fi l if it 5 J Top Row, left to right: Barbara Ford, Joanne Buchanan, Patricia Whistler, Top Raw, left to right, Michele Bray, Carole Loqemann, Kathy Schor, Shari Carter, Billie Crooks, Lina Gardner. Middle Row! Judy Salisbury, Bonnie Barry, Colleen Wylie, Joyce Chap- man, Mrs Campbell Bottom Row- Ellyn Farmer, Sharon Janes, Marion Swanson, Charlene Pierson. 'Mitts .2 -TN 5655 ' .C I . N' .. v. . lr. ,533 V. -sg, Z Q-L-4 -x Claire Williams, Janice Moore, Eliz- abeth Lindsay. Middle Row: Barbara Hudson, Bonni Clucas, Linda Grani, Christine Lindstrom, Keady Acker. Bottom Row: Marjorie Gales, Suzy Hooven, Diana Dorn, Carol Van Du- lef. .sz QQX r xbg: ' , vii We ' Top Row, lefl lo right: Buddy While, James Shaw, David Dresia, John W Morrison, Melvin Noble. Middle Row: 212' g , A NSN K' Richard Lolls, Donald Carlson, J. , A R XA - fx., 1, 1 ,"" V 3 Amer, Bob Moore, Sieve Slrauss, Ken X ,, li- - " ' Euslmon. Bonom Row: Bill Hana, Ed 5 Monlonori, Sleve Mendell, Rich E prshasbemr 'dxf -r T 14? A ,, E. , 5 1' , .Le ' f-fx Top Row, lefl to righl: Sieve Camp- bell, Ted Cooper, Daryl Vaughn, John Miilu, Alon Black. Middle Row: David Weelmon, Gary Cowden, Clyde Cleavage, Phil Boyle, Dave Van Scoyoc. Bcllom Row: Dennis Gol- logher, Jack Wilmore, Bob Laird, Borl Roggensack. 1 1 SEQUOIA N me X - l X A A mi: X TGV. , y , X X X 5 ig ' . . , , f l li 'limi :G if ally f Q 7' , r,,, Qi., f M 45' if H Q Lobero This year, we, the nonentities of Lobero Residence Hall, were led by our charm- ing executive board consisting of Mary Clark, President, Marcia McCurda, Vice President, Tristan Brown, Secretary, and Page McKenna, Treasurer, all of whom helped us enioy a happy and successful anum. Our first proiect under their leadership was entering a float in the homecoming parade. Green Mansions was the theme, and no matter how unusual the results may have been, the construction was a lot of fun. Next on the agenda was nominating Dale Standifer as our candidate for Lil' Abner. Thanks to the work of our publicity chairman, Mary Beth Bonham, he gave the rest of the candidates a run for their money. Our exciting social life was led loy Sue Ames, social chairman. She started us out with a great ioint with the Delta Sigma Phi's and ended the year for us with a camera-snapping good time with the boys from Brooks Institute of Photography. ln closing, we of Lobero would like to thank those who have helped us to enioy a peaceful and prosperous year. Back Row, left to right: Marilyn Can ische, Sue Stevenson, Joyce Niboli, Pat Finlay, Marybeth Bonham, Susan Feddersen, Lisa Stix, Sharon Pen- nington, Middle Row: Bonnie Tidd, Mary Clark, Marsha Macurda, Sue Ames, Susie Baciagalubi, Joy Long- worth, Paige McKenney, Linda Beck. Front Row, Diane Smyser, Beverly Nelson, Wendy Smith, Judy Deltan, Judy Byers, Diana Johnson, Ruth Kara, Daren Kramer. Back Row, left to right: Jeanette Ek- lund, Nancy Bristol, Norma Scheiner, Janet Westin, Mary Paquette, Karen Ramstrom, Marivell Ash, Claudia Bur- ness. Middle Row: Darci Guttero, Marilyn Manrose, Colleen Greer, Leota Johnson, Liz Fox, Linda Bur- hans, Nancy Luisetti, Carol Cole, Judy Staines. Front Row: Louise Enyeart, Pat Bothamley, Nell Irvin, Suzie Shao, Ann Hiramatsu, Margret Bell, Frances Karen. 7 Executive Council left to right: Paige McKenney, Treasurer, Norma Scheirner, Advisor, Marybeth Bonham Publicity, Mrs. Grove, Mary Clark, President, Marsha Macurda, Vice President, Wendy Smith, Judicial Chairman, Sue Ames, Social Chairman. F 8 5 5 4 . C lx ml s . Tm Q, XV? . Penny Mills Linda Lewerenz Shauna Powell Carol Davidson Kay De la Guardia Karen Morris Lori Adolph Carol Jonlry Dorothy Bradbury Priscilla Morehead Wendi Hammond Bonnie Lu Slormonf Rachel Maior Shirlie Myler Sandy Benson Joyce Clever Shirley Knutson Judy Scoggins Penny Price Anila Bczrkelew Jean Kampf Carolyn Schuly Grace Kuhlmann Joan Koch J , 7 . - ., f N Left lo right: Executive Board, Diane Ren- wick, President, Bobbie Teslul, Jayn Nes- lor, Secrelaryy Susan East, Jean Kampf, Claudelle Perier, Janice Hains, Treasurer, Carol Richards, Ann Krueger, Carol John- L.,-1 lry, Vice Presidenl. 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Gould was formally inaugurated last September 18 as first Chancellor of UCSB, The audience included llO delegates from colleges and universities around the country, and approximately 2,000 stu- dents and visitors. With university president Clark Kerr presiding over the morning ceremonies, greetings were ex- tended to Dr. Gould from Lieutenant Governor Glenn Anderson, on behalf of the State of California, from Donald H. McLaughlin, representing the Regents, from UCSB Student Body President Kitty Joyce, and from other civil and academic dignitaries. During the ceremony two honorary degrees were conferred by President Kerr. Miss Pearl Chase of Santa Barbara received the L. H. D. degree for her continuing leadership in local and statewide social and civil volunteer work. John W. Gardner, President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and inaugural speaker, received the L. L. D. degree for service to education and world affairs. Chancellor Gould left a memorable impression on those in attendance by his inaugural address entitled "The Level of Expectation." em ., . .ibm P '65 1 X xwh' J.,-. Chancellor Gould extends his greetings and thanks to ' wr"-M 5'-v-3 nf 1 , Ax x Ufx- X' ir.. V"lf"" President Kerr and Chancellor and Mrs. Gould greet students at the President's Reception. Mrs. Robertson initiates the new gym and the basketball season by throwing out the first ball. ' ff ...aff 'H 1 !LhL,g,g,, l I- A Ga 'sibl- id' ' Qt -- ' ' jf X My ,. x L-.... 4 . l -Tcl Qin.- 'i Chancellor and Mrs, Gould get acquainted with the members of the Student Body. . - U: f . 13 , W 1555.351 :,VgjN f GOMPUI iight -rx -:Q-3' ' ' - - iw. .gag , 44 x 9191,-.5 3.4. .me ,gl N .kilt :Q-L11"f"' " 1 1- l I' I , --rm Tl .HW -,is 1:?.,23,,-l l X - 2, . "1 '- - ' --rriifie' ' ,. fi 1-4 -1 . H l T ... 'Qgfgy - f I 1 ' :ii V I ,, 5. , I ,r3fi:'s:rg.fg355,5 - . P vim? .P z 7" 22' 1. A . eq . ,,,-,., ,. . , 3 lt,-if - . .",.-. 4' .v -'H x N 'mfxiisg -Lai- A 5 as sccss ggi Stiff-ities" VS? .:1s-..- -., jc WS -..44 4245 sf-iii' V' L'-if , cl? -3 gr zg sqftyfg ll , .. .M . WJ ,, 'Lil-. ...zz 9 -3.5 Mrs. Robertson shows the excitement of having iust cut the ribbon to our new gym, dedicated to the memory ot her husband. .W . .QF-iq, ' 'f',1.v. uiwvrt rn iitfatflfyil 1 c UCSB pa s respect to her .A Y i new chancellor and her l fx- Ei new gymnasium. The President's Reception, Gym Dedication ln a dedication held in coniunction with the inaugural, the new Gym- nasium and Physical Education Building was officially named Robertson Gymnasium. President Kerr presided at the dedication and read a memorial to the late Alfred W. Robertson, former Assemblyman from the Santa Barbara district after whom the gym was named. Presentation of the building from the state was made by Lieutenant Governor Glenn Anderson, himself a close personal friend of Robertson's and co-auttior of the bill making Santa Barbara Cole lege a campus of the University. Regent McLaughlin accepted the building for hte University and Chancellor Gould accepted for the campus. Mrs. Robertson, his widow, cut the ribbon, assisted by his son, Richard Robertson. The President's annual Reception followed, with University officials and the Robertsons receiving students, faculty and visitors. President Kerr personally met and welcomed new students to Santa Barbara. The Gymnasium was initiated at the Cal-UCSB basketball game on December 4. l Q I 9? " ga. 'QQ .U wr- -"- . fLUf'l' , ki ., .A K C f Xi Aff Vx , Q 5 . , , - .. oh- , , W , , M I 1 ,Q A 1, Q:-2 fi.. 1 - 13- f if It 1- ff f . A , r f s 4.1 .'.,..p,,',i,J-.,j,--- --i, ., L, f' ,..-P" Q 'iff --'1:.s1'qs.s',5 '-f5'fs'5-ei,lffJfee4 'fr+s,,.'-- fl s. e. , " 1- s ""'-"T " ,'..' 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Frosh Camp Student counselors and faculty advisors led some 350 freshmen through an introduction to college in Santa Barbara's second successful year of Frosh Camp. Oriengtation was carried on in such a man- ner that dances, beach parties, sings, and square dances were interspersed with discussions on school tra- ditions, whereabouts of buildings on campus, and some of the problems encountered in college living. Swimming, campfires, assemblies, and skits provided other entertainment as camp director Sally Rich- ards and her staff handled the informal camp during the several days preceding the beginning of the semester. . ' f- f 'C LLB- if ,Af "X r-- ,lf "O.K., ii3iOCiOVe3 I . fi 6 1 I X W- i x A e N1 'J5-. Q- -1 ffdy iw N Y I osx wise guy, why don'f you try holding this sign for four hours?" lr 'TVX we-'U - .P- .. ......, . . and lhen you kiss his feet If that doesn'I do it, you beHer be salisfied with a D," J A , , , X- few" "V ff' g r . V ' , 4 - ,. . , CF' N' , - ,.-5 1. -- . " , QF' , ,. , - Hi-'i-"' x hiase s. 525455 13 if 3" The photographer was overheard to soy thai even if 'he gentleman in the fore ground didn'1 know where to look, the camera did. r. 9 3 IT' ve. W 1 x 4. 5 A- -."'N4 x .4 I E53 i w Qufrird ' iii: 'X i R,-, 5 M A ' 5' ffl . I K . 1 if 5 7' ff lj" ' 4' A2 fm sly :ITT X , gi f Q- - is his . . 44:4 , - f Z. V -V V i V The formidible Dennis Roth backside has iusv sent Frosh Camper Noi 2 sprawling. ,i The combined bands open up the big day, Gauchos in action against Davis in the Coliseum. Q ,W . T vi -Q. -1 :Q-f , . 'nf 'af ,-,'fji-'5F'fI7:' " " ar 12 A.. . r-4 'C 1 A 1w,y 'v iinn VIQLV ,V Aggies and Gauchos dive for c nickel the referee dropped. I. rates, I gif. if-, 1 .. ,., .L,. 4. ds.-.. LL I38 A few tell off before they reached L.A. All U Weekend A flow of students from each of the University's campuses to UCLA marked the beginning of All-Cal Weekend. While festivities included an All-U meeting, fraternity open houses, and rallies, the unquestionable highlight for Santa Barbarans was the Gaucho's thrilling last-minute victory over the Davis Aggies at the Coliseum. Following the Gaucho-Aggie game, most Santa Barbara visitors remained for the contest between.Cal and UCLA. S I , ' Qiif' ff-15 . "S" 4 ef 3,..iYgg. , , , P' ,T Vx . Tas., The UCLA band marched well . . The cheerleaders yelled well f.. 6, V, A: '45 s fe ' ,.,. .an 'C-. 'Tc The Col band breathed well . . . -ff 1 - f K LQ , X, - 'U . d , 5 N - 31:1 ,,f"f, -Q .l...1. , "T - l ' M fr , -- - 5?ilfw..1f-57' aug'-T L ' I! V .-HA l el ...T ,. .' T- a .if . 5L.jQ1I1:j",A 'T' , 5' , - " ' ' 5 7 ' . N , k Lil N- .4 i-. -h gsjn f 1 b 5. TQSQEE 1 2 I QQQ, Ii ' .'1Qf4Lf 'r , -'4?"i P' 'fggf e A-?'.f1f'f, w-.- - :TN .1.-fm,--"'-r4.'f. . L If .' p.. 11. Z .-1.4-'CL J!.1SO'f,"fEi'l'5 And lhe Gaucho Band played well . Sweepstakes Xe in -5: ,T A e. A Q 1' 'e '. N 5: ' F g N-L xxx A .. 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Av 'figyyrgxr 1514-' 9-lf. . ...III .lv-.ysl X, 4 v +3 ' .1' " gk '-A". ' ' " 1 . A ' "' K, ' , . J. 0 . VX.. -. ,, , . .fn - ,Y-fz. V' , ' -" ,.:-ff' , 3-, ,-'Lf' - ,A A . A. WAC ,N 5 fi sys ,gf-s Q 1 -' fix. X . , .:.f.f, -- '-A1.'1 ,y .,,..' Q A " . ..- Aw 2 s. f .I f 2,44 B . I -f Sigma Phi Epsilon sciuies 'he "World of Books" with their floui, "The Odyssey." fs R : . my " '. 1 1. 1 l ' 7 S tifvgg,-, l, a ' , li ' , Ai' ' r , ' ,i. 1, U r 7' A ,P li," ff' ' 1 X . w T M ' , N ' ' "" Y , ' -if I" I x 1 i Q i D i- L A :I The Sig Ep float before for afterj LN " -nr..-ii ' ' Y -fu I 1'-, " , I L. b K' Ll, . ' . p ' r ' 41 Mk fjf 3' he Her Highness Anita Barton atop the Queen's float in this year's Homecoming parade. FY. Q .. 5 ,, .I - ' Q J 'sh Y ITT' Y ..s. - ' 4: l X .lvuyx If ff yi -e t F t g T- V V .1 eh-1. , , , s., - .,, ::,p:, 1, , , - 1,4 . i --'W if-'J ' . "QR -N -5 ev' . ly 1 Y 'vit ' -41 4 i VX Vw .gf fly- ggi: , , V, c Y- L4 - .ei X ' ,'Y'57Qi't.'J' si.-wig 1.2: " . l ' ' ,lite-A-iii-4"" I 1 . ' r f Y- :HW 04" . -"uv, '- l -, 5 ' t S . 1 l - cgiszir rg, fry, sri- -f , -:gm 3 . s A A Y ,Ns ,KKL 5 I, , .scai,15i- , N . "5 fr' ' s 4- f"' 'X s . 5- "" - sf-M 42+ ,, - " Sig Ep Jim Harney accepts the Homecoming Sweepstakes Q , ' 'i ' trophy from Queen Anita. :wi A l,AL,.. ' , The Kappa Sigs' version of "Old Man of the Sea," a second prize winner. Homecoming "Gauchos Salute the World of Books" was the theme, and the rest was left up to the float-builders for this year's Homecoming parade. Thousands of townspeople and visiting alumni turned out to see the Saturday march down State Street, handled by Special Events Chairman Jan Bartlett, Presiding over the annual event was Homecoming Queen Anita Barton, accompanied by Princesses Caroline Street, Ann Lowry, and Nancy Durland. Taking home both the Sweepstakes prize and the theme award was Sigma Phi EpsiIon's production of "The Odyssey." ..4 ..x' .Er U v Q Lntle Black Samba brungs not only Tuger Butter" but a fnrst place trophy 3 t 1 N 1 s 1 A is I 5 v A . , X M .. F S ,il .ff 3 mx .., xxx .WD A- ,,-.1 The UCSB drull team marches on Homecoming The wmners of the float dlvlsrons were best sorority float, Alpha Phu with The Little Engine That Could best fratermty float Lambda Chr Alpha s Lrttle Black Sambo and the Occldental Tiger, best- resldence hall float Bahua and Ruberas productuon of Alrce In Wonderland, and best orgamzatuon float lAs A Salute to .4 -fu,-i gf' qw. 4. X '17, 'X "L '.'5C:l " ' f': 4 r4x'?::x-"11' .3 xizff -'JT' Qufsiii Ev -1331 ,'f1Yf K six' , Somebody told me this was a witch. I didn't think she was that bad looking. . ru. Qgiifyiga E 2-'Ti aint. . MUQBETT ' " w 9 L' mf-P . Bahia and Ribera's prize-winning "Alice in Wonderland" float. Z 7 ZW: ja, mn gigs, 3 g. 5.5. W.-we N. X X ,. wg---:., -, .. . -. .s-..,- .. X- -M A xg -5-.xg-nv Mon.. Jae.,-,..5,...': , , ,,., . ,..,c . -as " ' N1'4.'i'iLS".L2 Remember "Ali Baba" and "Open Sesame"? The A D Pis did with their float "Arabian Nights." s S "S ' H q.,:.... 'gg N. ew s 'N -Q-+G, i DNS' T'-1, X l 'R X X X he ,-,. .di .4 x- -, Q., i n 1 1 X l EFX . ,fx . X Q l Queen Anita Barton, second from left, and prin- cesses, from left, Caroline Street, Nancy Durland, and Ann Lowry. I l X N 'N ' A s ,sm X 414 1-.99 "The Little Engine that Could" did, and chugged down the street to bring the Alpha Phi's a firsfeplace award. sri .ffl s l r Ng, , As proof that cleaning latrines can be fun, the Sig Eps mopped up first place men's in GGR, I 1 s i J TELL A ug One ol GGR's most highly-rank skits lbetter make that "ranked"j. I- ,Q "TR -: s-.A fn. 5. , Q ii iii ' c- Songstress Mary Fraga beguiles the audience, vu? , fx e-"1 AS Vice-President "Swee'pea" Quisling crowns Homecoming Queen Anita Barton. GGR This year's Galloping Gaucho Review, composed of skits put on by a number of living groups, look place on the Thursday and Friday nights before Homecoming. The iudges, consisting of a group of prominent townspeople, awarded the Sweepstakes prize to Pi Beta Phi for their production of "The Olympia Case." First-place winner in the fraternity division was Sigma Phi Epsilon with "Dateline Lithuania." Chi Omega's skit, "Goldie Foo and the Three Dragons," took first place in the sorority division. Additional entertainment was furnished by several talented Gau- chos and alumni. -'14 l Ax' Ti i lx l 'X - gf: .-rv' n ,- xx B 41 s i 1' fi i i i k A V ii, 2 K 1' 1 ' 1' e. ' -N , i ' 1 ' ..:"i1?l" , , i ' . a VU.. ,- Q V . . 1- C i i-, t " i f kg , f ' f . - . . V' V i 'fs i ' i f ii A Q-AY l , , Y e.. 9, I Q ,iw i' I -. , ,lf i i I xt el " f Q ' X V , X . , fd P7 b hr " ' 1' f H. 1 T-' if f , l X f. X-fir, . A N ,w . K mg ,J .1 ,jtwl 7 'cu ,l A 1 .ss vflfwfwi. Coming up with a Sweepstakes skit, the Pi Phis showed what a group of girls can do an a stage with an "Olympia Case." .. xx 1 J A . , X-ff., Q, The Kappa Sigs had o good skit, but most of the members were too shot to finish the show. ""' " aff "' - "t' YYY? U SA y - FMT 1' . D :.x. A Z1 5 1 Q li - - at ' x 'ii - f...qQ hgh" P' i f ' , i X e -1. ' - ,4 -- w., Lf, -t 4-N4 plus N, , 3 , .i i foil-1 5 i 'A g of 151 . ii ' - N t if f 1" -2 f ...fs The story of Goldie Foo and the Three Dragons carried the N5 Q .- ' , ' 5 Chi O's ta a lst place prize in the sorority division. j 7 K A . .Xi l N ' Olympic skater Michelle Gerien accepts Sweepstakes trophy for the Pi Phis, 4 l 8 Q l Cheerleader Jerry Headley Head Cheerleader Keith La Motte Gaucho Songleaders, from left: Carolyn Lane, Anita Barton, Head Songleader Paul Stevenson, .lelhlyn Clary and Sue Benak. E N is The Gaucho Drill Team blocks traffic, but no one seems to object. Cheerleaders handle Homecoming Rally at Sunken Gardens, ' Cheerleader Dennis Naimon T" va IQ' 1 , 4 ff 'f . tt rx, K- X' fv-K4.4' ' nt ! 6 Gaucho songleaders step lightly at Sunken Gardens. Cheerleader "E dash" X C M W I. , -c . Y i "' 'f 45 A :iii T ri q A., ll' f1fL..,?s. ., - r V- f s mg., v- ,wiv '- A -- -s 3155, . ft -" 1 - '-Offf. .v. il ml if .l-if ' -- it f 1 , of , Q, T it i L 5' V I , t ly 0 " . 1 L Q :ss v 1 'K W ' wr, ,. b' ft ff .L ,4,, I ,... - f M f V f F ll X .li 'A r' ------lv 4 u The whole gang keeps the fans happy at halftime. Were you really wondering what Dean Groebli did on Friday nights? Gauchos Giving a boost to Gaucho spirit this year have been the efforts of the cheerleaders, songleaders, and band. The cheerleaders and songleaders, headed by, respectively, Kieth La Mott and Paula Stevenson, yelled the Gaucho football team to victory after victory. Thanks to the industrious work of Hal Brendle, head of the Gaucho Band, UCSB sported, for the first time, a marching band, thirty-three strong. Head Cheerleader La Motte lets out a war whoop. 1' T J 5 QQ, tri Fxfsligf ,Q ras txt 'pf' H Mu - 25 !'1'F:rX5 t ' 3 -Va' U' j'-- ' 3 if villluli in Tljig ,g. 1 A-"" sam . ilif.--' Tee?" -25:5-'f'9.t', ' 1 T 'ffl g 4 EE' 'ig l ' ' L. : , - -Q-J l . .2-1-1? -hx! I I 1 Rf , f-Qi Rh -T cyl if gi "1 f-I5 y . V l fl! I . LV. f :T i s. 1 lflff ' u i -, fl' , ' .. .,.., ,... A:-Lids tr- Q' -:ir-112. Ed Schilbrack, Gaucho Drum Maior. The hottest things to hit the campus, the Gaucho Dixieland Band poses for a Smirnoff ad before taking off for Hawaii. I4 48 -":' fi" 'Z X sr X ' sc - . SHT YP' :M 4 xl-fkkjtll-lx"k :lil I" l T Q - ' N ,ig 59 i ,,TuTg-2. X Tl ' 5. ' g eg l J . xl. 3,1 ,N 1 H F it 'Thx hi llv :lv . ' l .V , rx st! ,yu EI. ,Jyzl ' L ' kk .lf x' ll ll T 3 as t ll .P "ft T Tilt 1. 4. l- i A T f T rites-f T vw' gifs-ibiig' . EY sf!! F .it M Q Siyggzd I If Y: 'gl Af. , i, 1" fiafd , 33? l fry.-W K fy -, it ls'-if T K' NWN Q4-J pulls. t 7 X -.,,..:f-2" ' ' 'VE .5 . l r -,FF l i,.2'iYQ i 5 L'il Abner La Motte and his woman. 'fi Ke ' 1 A grinning Nancy Woods receives the Queen's crown at the Junior Senior Prom. T Mtthfiittiw NE' we ' 5 N msg . iw f . Y ..--P' ADPi president Paula Dove crowns King of Diamonds Bob Foster while princes Wayne Nakagawa, plastered ton the walll, and Kenny Bell look on. The Gaucho Dixieland band puts on shoes and goes progressive for the A.S. Christmas formal. Dances occupied a good portion of the social calendar both semesters. The Frosh Welcome Dance started things off. lt was followed by the SAE's all-schooler, which featured the Fabulous Firehouse Five. The Lambda Chi's Playboy Dance and the L'il Abner Dance kept terpsichore artists busy. The Christmas Formal at Rockwood Women's Club was ci gala success. Music was provided by Hal Brendle's Dixieland Dance student group tor both the L'il Abner Dance and the Christmas Formal. Spring began with the ADPi's King of Diamonds Dance, Bob Foster reigning as king. The Junior- Senior Prom was held on a balmy night at the romantic Coral Casino, with Hal Brendle's group providing the en- tertainment. faux K' The L'il Abner Dance brought forth many sweeties. Military Ball Queen Ann Nichols wonders which of the pair at the left is the sweetest. A-use-.-m:f.u.z.ii .LY-. EIN.- v A tm i. ,Ml . , N - ...... l Carol Scholl, Attendant, and Mary McGrancihan, Playboy Princess. The A.S. Christmas Formal ,held ut Rockwood Women's Club. ld I U UH RZQEO PKKPRD C0 Please, don'r snap naw! v Who put lhe tack in my sea!! .uin- The Dixieland Band. There was a swinging group in the show too. -.gn iff. The hat in the foreground was meant for money, not tomatoes. 150 . f ll T r ' l - i I J i ' ' f . l ?' lf'iffit'lH'l l s-35? 'wc .- fi Donil PVOPS gel Union Mule? A wafer-thin slice of Americana lil . r l l ' 1 Don't kid yourself. They're yawning. Road Runner Review The evenings of March 24, 25, and 26 brought the Road Runner Review to the UCSB auditorium. Presented by the Special Events Committee and produced by Hal Brendle, the show was an outstanding success. Master of ceremonies John Mc Clellan, a Gaucho alumnus kept things moving. Highlights of the show were the opening theme, written especially for the show by Hal Brendle and Tony Cohan, singers Dorie Worrel and Julie Felix, Buzz Knight and Gloria Bren- dle's hilarious ballet, and the comic opera, "Marriage of Fausto," featuring Joe Munda and Sandi Johns. Hal Brendle's band supplemented the show from the orchestra pit. Everything considered, the show was a tremendous success, and Gauchos can look forward to next spring's Road Runner Review. F is - I l Y T-im! . H.,-Q :K -'fJf'?,:M A ' si. . -...Ti r t - s . .J,. .r g ,., ,- - M , g .i., N . . 1" ' I ' 'X nf' ' X V ' U i 3 H iggww, ,,.. 1-45532 A A V ' in Y sf, ' -Y 'Qrlls f s X 115 ' X X 1' J Q nan is -13'-A ' .fm ,Q ,K N' .X N HT ' Q " tg, -G' 'Q Y , ' " ' . 4 at " lf -U ' I dl r t K -N ,IF J :rf ' ' ' ' xi it, K, r x Q ,-I f ,,- A , v YQNL. , 'gil W 9' . , V .1 ' f.. -5 by A -' : NW F , N W r is - f is ' t ' . . -.gf w -, , . r A I l i is Cx I L A " I 1 ' L11 X ln i 'R it ef ...s Q .X ."- 'fx ' 3 1-f Q.. 1 l . .1 y K A' .x:u,,,SrF, Y L ns' A A ' N5 X K 1' . . -. ',4lf'?Y'k-"' . '- iff: ' ,, - One of the biggest events of the year was the introduction of IBM registration. , . r-Y X --t 'N 'T -41 -lvlb... V Q A . ,....-n.,. Am . A c......m,,NM:l Rm - k 5 r i ,I x A ' RH Q 4 Block "C" UCSB l.etterman's Club honored six outstanding past athletes by 'L NN - A- ' making them the first members of our sports Hall of Fame. From left, Ernie V A Saenz, Sam Cathcart, Doug Oldershaw, Jomes Anderson, Howard Yeager, ' is , ETX ' Thomas Guerrero. I N A . 'Q 6 V ' ' N 'VV lf' 'l' . A ,P . f D f , . J, .lg . , , A 1, , , rf- F' H" ' ff.. ' 1 -' ' vf' ,: fi? 'fl ' ' J 2. 1 if . ,,. ff. Z x I' V K -'I ,Tl-V' - I ,I X xg: 'QE 1, . gp, . 1,1 Q E3 4 "The" event in the lives of some UCSB students was the arrival of the new "Post" magazine. Participants in the foreign students festival. Spring Sing As you can see, these pictures do not represent the groups who performed in the Country Bowl on May lA. But, these pictures do represent two problems solved for your editor. One of those was what to do when the Special Events Committee put the date of Spring Sing so far in the Spring that it made it impos- sible to get coverage in the La Cumbre because of press deadlines, and the other is what to do with all those events that occur throughout the year important by all, but not usually covered in the usual confines of the book. Yuma and Marlsco having their own special event Ron Atwood as the "Witch Boy" and Kay Brown and the "Coniure Woman" in a scene from the dance concert. 'f11f egg h Nix W I SLK Shelly Manne and group perform sponsored by that music loving Sophomore Class A dressing room scene before one of the two operas sponsored by the music department. Eastern Relays A . t wx. rf fwfr - f.v.S.eS'f " .. . f ' T WS - - . ...- ui-dir.. 7" F- . NNY- el - - Sprinters await the gun for the start of the IOO-yard dash, which was eventually won by Ray Norton of the Santa Clara Youth Village. Rf r , , ,, Q, Q Q, 7 ,,sr,,,- . ..,...7. ., V - ' 3' V ,j f -e w: . -:sg ' H 3.3, r-?,i:'1- -we-ujx, .cg A ,FA V .Q , :..-may ,i N j. -.4e.'3'Sz':h1'Sw:.'..'names:-sfasmr. , . 'V Don Bragg presents unusual site as he warms up for pole vault competition. UCSB track coach and relays director Nick Carter talks over record-breaking broad jump mark with Henk Visser, who sailed 26 ft. 2 in. to be voted the meet's outstanding performer. ,guna In gvxg " T, , , I v-. lfi 5 ' - ' 1 avr I, I' H Ullbltglvpj, ,. Lllfili 7 , Q. - ' sl 2 Ray Norton, co-world record holder, winning the first heat of the 100 yard dash. The 22nd annual running of the Santa Barbara Easter Relays, with its Largest field of compet- itors ever, proved a bigger success than ever as entries in the high school, iunior college, college, and open divisions combined Afor an all-out assault on the record book. The biggest crowd in the gala history of the event turned out to sit in on the La Playa Stadium track and field circus, and a local performer, Dutch exchange student Henk Visser, stole most of the thunder during the day's festivities. The flying Gaucho broad iumped 26 ft., 2 in., the best recorded leap in the nation, to overshadow outstanding performances by Ray Norton, Don Bragg, Bill Nieder, and Hal Connolly. -e 1. 3' , ee' A V N l if .7 V i L 'r ' ' ll 5? 7' 'Alffig 7 Dean John Snidecor presents Relays Queen Paula Stevenson lfrontt and Princesses Jeth Clarey Ueftl and Cathie Riddle to huge La Playa Stadium crowd. i l ,4 5, ,A fi K ..,, my H y w'f?r'Yg't .. ,ww .,.,,...r.- -- it s ' 255 ' Q, , , g J, Q9 ' -5-ik . J I ef, Olympic champion Hal Connolly packs up after easily ning hammer throw competition. r 'ff 7551 " "f i - , c3aj4..:-yt ut, .iv rlftllfr' 2 916 Bill Nieder tleftl and Dave Davis waged exciting duel in shot put event, with Nieder finally coming out on top, despite falling nearly two feet short of his pending world record. win 6 W "FSS V' .ul-. - - 5, ,'7'-yin Wt A iv A Yew" .-K Il F . fi - 11 x . Q -C vs .- ' i""1'QV'1 r' Page ji, .Erie-fs '13, '33,-I .Sv ff' " i i , , 5 President Kerr congratulates Thomas M. Storke for the honorary degree received by the latter during the ceremonies. Charter Day ceremonies begin before a large crowd. . .741 lv v- HFS.: Y ' 'ax Governor Pat Brown speaks to the assembled students and faculty. Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren Speaker of the Day. Charter Day ceremonies were held April 5 on the campus mall. Santa Barbarans were un- usually lucky to have as the speaker of the day Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren, himself a graduate of the University of California. University President Clark Kerr and UCSB Chancellor Gould also spoke at the ceremony, which marked the 92nd anniversary of the founding of the University of California. Another highlight of the afternoon was the conferral of the honorary LLd degree upon Thomas Storke, distinguished editor of the Santa Barbara News-Press, and this year's La Cumbre Dedication recipient. Presenting the degree was Donald McLaughlin, chairman of the Regents. Following the Charter Day cere- monies was a banquet given by the Citizen's Committee for the University to honor Warren and Starke. N - 1 M, 'I X-'rf -- ,r--X.-,iw x!'A 4' . j.Ji,ij', frfzim - , , . ef .'2c'2'ti:' ' ' - - J' 3, w.7 . .,,g .-.Fjn M' ' af ..a,.of,f E fi,-T-'gg' V Ar, , ' . f 1 '- n ', 4 ' s ',:u- if 1- 'V' ' . J- 4"-A ,,1 r. 1 L.. v ,. 5 .. ..- ,- 4 ' 'JY , 1 '. ,N , X I, .I 1. Q' A .3aQ.vM..,.- ,NX NX ,, . W V4 T 1- - 5' . LJ .'U,' A -, -. nw- M" fmY"f'- in 52435 f:- M ' " 4 -4 D , ', 1. v.':1.b.'1"N.:1T if -1--+. 'If 'Q "- . 5 ' 1 .Lug 4,--. ' , Y, . . I 4 l ' ' H 4 S I fy-fw,'4, ' 55:-1,-,iff ' il'-7 .' I T-45: . gs, 7 A 1 ' 5, 1 , , , 1.-f1 w fi, . ,Q .ng , 5444" 1'L1'A'7i H-Lg' ,fha 253 -Q " 5 a .-' v - 1 1qi.n.u-J: n X . 4 , x .- I 4,1 Eff, "NPA-QPA' , ff QLETI 1 A -9 'X- S W3 bx Q i Q N -1- Q .- Q 2 1 AK 6- k 'S+ 6 If ' if -. i , ,A Q 3 f t z keg? SF? . Q A ,F K 144.1 2? "' kr C K Q X . i Coach Ed Cody For the fourth time in as many years at the reins of the University of California, Santa Barbara's football fortunes, Ed Cody checked in with a successful season. The popular coach, a former All-American fullback at Purdue, led the Gaucho pigskinners to a 6-4 record this past year, running his career mark at UCSB to a fine 21- 14-1 and keeping intact his feat of never having had a losing team. Cody, who was also a hit in professional football, first with the Green Bay Packers and later with the Chicago Bears, developed one of the outstanding passing combinations in the nation with Jim St. Clair and Fred Tunnicliffe while turning in a season that was surpassed only by his 1957 squad which ended 6-2 on the year. 4 . . ii f ' ILM , 'A ' ig-:ft A , A wF'x 1 A I 5 .ruf- giv .65 . ,Q 5, 5 ,v"""' ' i -.q- X mv.. -X, ' , , ' . Ed Cody . L: .,- 5 ss G x X t E 1 , 't -Q 31? .Q Lx apr. - I W. fn, 5 - 3 sw- .43 sr. ' , :,,.- J- 1 - Colorful Cody lends helping hand to Gaucho team from sidelines, , I w"iff This year's football coaching staff consisted ot Uront to reart Cody, student assistant Ned Permenter, Dave Gorrie, Adran Adams and Ray Thornton. A Co-Captain Walt Townsend and Cody meet for strategy session xv-Q if We r -' Q P., wi Dwain West -2 3 I r if Gary Hildebrandt 3 1 if fi I 5 Ken Brauard sie' F John Stoney 1:52 I X A , S'1' 4-4 -... V , '--.....,,.-xc., 'DMX Jim St. Clair 1191 and Fred Tunnicliffe 1461 put on quite an offensive show for Gauchos during past season Sr. Clair passed for 1,901 yards and Tunnicliffe tied two national records with 1,087 yards in receptions and 11 touchdowns. F ,sit -1513-N ., ' ' "S 'C' ,- ' ' I I N 'f J x 1 Egfr- ' f X A th" , +11 x yvl ff-v . . f , 1 H X -A.. s . - L -- -I.. 1-5 X-' xx 1 1' " I - S.. , Q . 1 - -+ .2 ' 1451. 1 x L ,g X, : if . iz' Sgisgglbqis ,X X s Q k.i?l-,S . . 1 15 s .4 x 1 ,. -. Q QM LY- 4,2 IX e ,Q . , , T F 4. , . - 1 V , ir t as , . A I b ye- i S5 - 't iff 5:11.21 s. 2 f s flq.. ,A 1 , EQ: - " '. . Q23-31. Dave Test Jim O'HanIan Ken Fields ,JFK 1. J, . x N x L... 5 P Dennis Vaughan Pete Westerlind Frank Scott -9 l iffffli l ,i qi- 1 it , ,. Q- lf' ' ix. i f' f 1' f ,L l 'A H - 6 C - ' . ' ' . c K r '-'J . 1 Ni.-it A A , - N" 5 4" 4' --y., egg . Nags.-A 1 ' I I X x N l S, 1 . 4,1 F! Z.. 1 3 3 Jim St. Clair, whose passing yardage topped the NAIA and was second best in the nation behind Stanford's Dick Norman. Ed Rindahl Preston Burton The accurate slingshot arm of .lim St. Clair took care of the passing chores and the "sure" hand: of Fred Tunnicliffe han- dled the receiving duties as the now-famous duo carved its notch in UCSB football an- nals with a dazzling aerial circus this past season. Both players were second- team selections on the UPI All- Coast squad and both were named to the Williamson Mid- Bracket All-American team. St. Clair was an all-conference pick and received an honor- able mention bid as a UPI All-American. Speedy Fred Tunnicliffe entered his name in the NCAA record book. . .1-ff J h. Q. Q . -. ,sf C ., , A i 'xx . - A - 'EQ fs ' - ' w 1 A, , 'X Q .- 'r- -5 " -.L L - Qi:-' .if W ski: l ' ' ' Arlo Kurrle fi ,... LL.-- .M 'IX 'lnwh Charlie Coventon bun ' Q. John Crawford .if N- Dale Standiier Paul Thompson l63 UCSB 27, Long Beach St. 'I9 0.,4li"i Better than 7000 La Playa Stadium football fans sat in on Coach Ed Cody's fourth straight Santa Barbara opening game victory. Long Beach St. became the first team to score against Cody in a curtain- raised, but his determined Gauchos battled from behind to register a 27- 19 win. Trailing most of the game, UCSB, with halfback Jim Boyett turning in one of his finest performances of the year, gained the lead for the first time in the third quarter and held on for the CCAA victory. Jim St. Clair snuck over for two Gaucho scores, while Boyett added another, and fullback Dennis Vaughan accounted for the go-ahead touch- down in the third period. UCSB 20, Whittier 'l5 11 Santa Barbara corralled one of the nation's top offensive stars, Gary Campbell, and in turn unleashed a few talented horses of its own in win- ning a thrilling 20-l5 decision from Whittier at La Playa Stadium. While alert Gaucho defenders put the clamp on Campbell, Fred Tunnicliffe scored twice on passes from Jim St. Clair, St. Clair completed seven of l2 aerials for l78 yards, and the steady running of Jim Boyett kept UCSB ef- fective on the ground as well as in the air. i'5m. gm: W -I! Fresno St. 29, UCSB 12 1 . Phil Kirkpatrick Los Angeles St. 19, UCSB 0 Fresno State's highly-touted Bull' dogs became the first opponent to throw a monkeywrench into the Gaucho'gridiron machine when the CCAA champions galloped to a 29-l2 victory in their home sta- dium. Santa Barbara's attack stalled three times within the Fresno 25 yard line, and in the meantime, the Bulldogs, with Dale Messer providing the offensive punch, rolled up a narrow l3-6 halftime bulge before pulling away in the final two quarters. Jim Boyett cmd Tony Pallante took care of the Gaucho scoring, while quarterbacks Jim St. Clair and John Crawford also starred in the losing cause. UCSB 'l0, Aggies 8 'Q J Frank Brisslinger The magic toe of Frank Briss- linger provided perhaps one of the most spine-tingling fin- ishes in All-Cal Weekend foot- ball history. The husky Gaucho guard calmly booted a 48-yard field goal, one of the longest col- legiate kicks of the season, in the final three seconds to send UCSB home with a squeaking lOf8 conquest of the Cal Aggies at the Los Angeles Coliseum. , Walt Townsend Santa Barbara's pressure-hardene ed defense held Los Angeles St. to one of its lowest point outputs of the season, but the Diablos came up with an even better de- fensive formula to shutout the Gauchos and hang up a lf?-O vic- tory at La Playa Stadium. The title-contending winners time and time again turned back Gaucho drives to inflict UCSB with its first scoreless finish in four years. A handful of Jim St. Clair-to-Fred Tunnicliffe passes helped to keep the Gauchos threatening repeated- ly, and accounted for most of the losers' l?l yards through the air. is 1 sei , xah X ,stty-:'9',, 4311412 I65 J. loo San Francisco St. 28, UCSB 'I4 -A f xi.: -L V s 1' f -f e?,.fe,j:l!"fj,,f'P 551 W-5 W' N gr- , T' ii E3 C fi' -2 L v-"3 ' .if er ., . . , . tv - - by ' 3 --, A , " sc, "Tip 3 ' Y .A in - , W 1 -' mm- 'sg ,Q - Q 5 1 A ' J-gig-viigf ' -.5 my 'is g -f 1 ,rc ,. .Q - - .vin - 1 4. V Ka-:viii xg I . -A s :swwgtg , s- ,si A , x .f H? ,G X X - I er .li F V' I ' ' inff 'll 'T1i5 sin? Q ,s ,. -2? Q 5 - , pg -. i' is J 'ix 9 .gifs .Q 2 ...fr , t T7 2' CNE' Chili-"file up 'svbf gr Lv.,1' X V rs' 'if is XR T fix '. H we y 1 3 ITT t si ' is 1-1,11-1'-""" vga vs-4-A' 1 UCSB 35, Oxy 6 Homecoming fans caught a glimpse of the Gauchos "at their best" when Coach Ed Cody's gridders, once again riding on the right arm of Jim St. Clair, wal- loped Occidental, 35-6, at La Playa Stadium. The Tigers, with their "lonesome center" formation and highly- touted halfback Pete Tunney, found the Gaucho defense too much to cope with, while St. Clair kept the football in the air most of the evening for 259 yards and three scores. UCSB 29, San Diego St. 7 fvgyv lb ' l Q 3 Ray Schciack H4 It 3. ws ,Nw uni I San Francisco St. carved an- other notch in one of the na- tion's most impressive small college win streaks when the Golden Gators handed in- vading Santa Barbara o 28- 14 defeat. The Gauchos, unveiling a new double-wing spread, got su- perb performances from .lim St. Clair and Fred Tunnicliffe, with St. Clair completing ll of lo passes in the second half, gaining 220 yards the entire game, and throwing touchdown strikes of 65 and 53 yards to Tunnicliffe. San Francisco, unbeaten the entire season, built up a nar- row l4-6 lead early in the second half before a 57-yard pass broke Santa Barbara's back and tucked the Gator lead safely away. Santa Barbara scrambled off the deck with two touchdowns in the second quarter to ignite a 29-7 conference victory over San Diego St. in the Border City. Fullback Dennis Vaughan dragged two tacklers into the end zone in the second quarter to give the Gauchos a 14-7 halftime lead, and from that point, Jim St. Clair, Fred Tunnicliffe, Vaughan, and Frank Brisslinger's field goal help- ed balloon the UCSB margin out of reach. '?' , J ,J .V if . eff: c Jim St. Clair UCSB 83, SCC 6 Coach Ed Cody was lookina for a tuneup game for his UCSB grid- ders when he scheduled Southern California College as a non-con- ference opponent, and the Gaucho offense got more than a chance to iron out its kinks when Santa Barbara galloped handily past an out - manned Vanguard squad, 83-6. It was apparent from the start that the Gauchos could score at will, but the scrappy invaders won the hearts of the La Playa Sta- dium fans on an overcast Satur- day afternoon with their deter- mined play, especially player- coach Billy Severn. Santa Barbara rolled up 28 points in the first period, held a 43-0 half time bulge, and added 20 points in each of the final two quarters. Jim St. Clair completed eight of ten tosses for 285 yards and no less than seven touchdowns, while Fred Tunnicliffe hauled in six passes for 232 yards and four scores. ..,., I I v v 4K XS 'x x lx U 4: f ' , - ' -1 " vdb'5'l K .zQ,,L:l. H gn- . A ,. A -I f . .fs . 'A '55'.J" . fu? ' 1 'A , ' A-15? E'-' I H" 1- ' s- '- -.42ff,lzif"i'N:Jif -si --f.4sl.-4.:r- ' t' 2'11'-lf it-M -. ' i sr- .1 -. ry . " , .ts-' 1 -5 : K-, vfgl' WX?-5N'.f:. if '- Csfxwisf-lik-f..sgl"f','d3 ' . calms-is-,a..--2 . ,. , mf K X. 2- Q, -.,-'fr-kiss. . -s. .7 W. .. s., N-f rg-L -- 4. is. can Poly 48, ucsa 20 Cal Poly's powerful Mustangs once again pulled the throttle on rival Santa Barbara with an effective football formula, this time to the tune of 48-20 on their San Luis Obispo home grounds. Jim St. Clair and Fred Tunnicliffe, a pair of stars quite familiar to Gaucho fans by this, the final game of the season, turned in an- other dazzling passing display, but a quick Mustang touchdown right before the half opened the gates for the Poly victory. St, Clair, despite being knocked cold in the second period, con- nected on 16 of 39 passes for 305 yards to bring his season completion averages to lO7 of 208 attempts and l7 touchdowns. Tunnicliffe hauled in eight aerials for 165 total yards and one score. The two teams rocked back and forth on a rather even keel until the winners scored with iust 30 seconds remaining in the half to give them a 274l4 lead, an ad- vantage they protected for the re- mainder of the contest. N Y . Q7pHr5,L.4? 60065 e 047'lDN m-,g Neg 1 V. i ia.. 'A In 4 u '-by--ua-441 Student trainer Gordon Nash nurses aches and pains of Gaucho athletes. lyk? c ls Wilbur Hillis manager. S J X . ,2., i xx fl 'lib l i A is kept busy supplying needs of UCSB teams as equipment Athletic Director "Doc" Kelliher ' cw. . ""i 'g.u,.,. A .-,V is 3,1 ig, . Mn , ,,,m yf ., ., i ,B ap, V A',f.-1-.amz XX li' l Secretary Jeanne Munneo keeps Kelliher reminded of his appointments. Mayville S. lDocl Kelliher stepped up to the position of Director of Ath- letics at the University of California, Santa Barbara last September, and now, in mid-June, can finally close the book on a successful sports year. Kelliher, probably one of the most popular members of the faculty, spent most of his time arranging schedules, transportation, housing, meals, and all of the other details for the many Gaucho teams, and, in general, kept the UCSB athletic wheels in motion. ln the spring, he also served as head coach for the golf team. A graduate from Santa Barbara State College in I934, "Doc" has been on the UCSB staff for eleven years, serving ten of those years as assistant football coach under Stan Williamson, Roy Engle, and Ed Cody. Kelliher holds a master's degree and an Ed. D. degree in physical education from the University of Oregon. , if f Z 3, V .- f , ,ar Golfing is Kelliher' hobby. 1 sNo.l lo? Dr. Rene Rochelle talks over department business with Kelliher in newly-completed patio outside physical education building. wh, R5 aura, -14 rm 'ff ,w .5 M 481' qw xl. 5 SE 5 ,0- ff ' 5. ig: ' 5 is J . cv 5 .L ,i ix . I vii. I '. .J ' , -"""' .- ?:jq.l', ,f"' - ' A 3119 ,-1 . 1 I ' V s 'E' . nan?--' ' 5 ,g . .. -- .V l . AT- . A 1 . , 1f',-.g1A1-L:-:- ' 'vim ' 4 .' .. - . -3-.. . 251' ' n ' 5 5'?t'F3-T"5Q1 ' --' - I -,xu-,gy-:: . -1 xx. XSN., , h r: xl , 4 , f , LS? ' .. . wihx Z. V- . 1 o ' 1 X Se Basketball e Hoop Club presented Gallon with plaque in honor of ,-4,36 outstanding season. " Coach Art Gallon Art Gallon, after two years of staging a rebuilding program here at the University of California, Santa Barbara, spent most of the past basketball season in the winner's circle. C ln fact, to be specific, the Gauchos won I8 of 25 games for Gallon while establishing themselves as one of the finest small college teams in the state, tying with Fresno St. for the conference crown, and coming within an eye- lash of representing the CCAA in the regional playoffs. Gallon concluded his l4th year of coaching, vaulting his all-time career mark to an outstanding l2l-71, and appeared to have cemented his pattern-style offense, similar to that of CaIifornia's Pete Newell, into the UCSB system. .iv Gene Bartow assisted with the varsity cagers. Gallon closely follows the action of each tension-packed game. Mrs. Alfred Robertson helped dedicate honor of her late husband. 'r xr'--' ' .. .11-sg: q A., Gly FISW gymnasium in 72 ,Y 3:11, 133. -3 mul ,F 13.1 ,ga nz' K V- I xsll 4:41 ,Hr , . s, v cj Jerry McDonnell Avy- A OJ ,. . -ow, John McMillan al 5 .5 sl ,r 5 li E 2 a 4 2'3" , 4-4 .15 Xu. Qqhb' , A W -,rf Don Volpi K 3 2 -six ' ,F I , 4 J-,-'17 : Rx . Ray Bosch Bob Young .,, -- -ju.: ' ' . f-wh in R 5 ,A Y xv- ' L7 ,'L F N' V ,v , ,V ,L , .f V7 I, . ff! ,f 1 Team huddles around Gallon for instructions during time out in California game. vi Mtg? 5 " - T1 'err '- Y' Y 1 .fl .435 .'L' ,, .. Jack Triguero Dick Clark E295 X55 ' 4.-"-if .-nu--ffq 1, " sq' 1-,Jr LA.f.,,,',f.g' gf-jiif -f.'-.,- r .'1v'3X,s."m' ., p, .r':l 1 '- gi. 5532, .' b 41' the .1-:L 4- ' :1z' -. 1 n..u-.:.u,..,,,,a 1 Lf Aoi ,- .4-.- - 'X A7 ' "' f I3 .raA""fD Bob Laird Gene Freemcm Joel Fleiss 5 , 1 . Joel Fleiss lfar rightl is picture of distress as his teammates help him search for elusive contact lens which popped out during game with los Angeles St. l fgqrllf- ' if r! . fe-1v ' w. Art Sues fwg' 11' N. Ji' Buddy White 47 'wx ,-.-.IQ Ed Hcertel X '- r i L I, i r N Walt Hurcos KS 2 ti., 'S ww is T Q .. - -sr, .Q -.1.' '.-T. N-.um b x 3.-:S vi gg l l 'Sa 1 B 2 I' A , gras? I -Q--,, 1 '71 I g '6XQ'Qb,1zi 40 .E ,-., ls, JN 'fs , Displaying a well-balanced scoring attack and perhaps their strongest depth in many seasons, the Gauchos opened the season with an 82-60 win over Cal Poly of Pomona, then fell to Californicfs Golden Bears, 59- 47, before igniting a six-game victory streak. Included in the string were such victims as Whittier, Arizona, Pomona, Loyola and Westmont in the Winter Classic, and San Fernando St. Arizona State's impressive Sun Devils stopped Santa Barbara's surge at six straight with a 77-57 win over the Gauchos. But UCSB won its con- ference opener trom Long Beach St., 59-115, lost a 54-49 practice rematch with Loyola, and then re- bounded for another conference victory at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, in a 60-59 spine-tingler. l 1 ,gil IIN" J-1 " .-'I if l ak Q . .,, 5 f. E s , After losing to Fresno St., Santa Barbara tripped up San Diego St., 69-63, rattled a pair of non-conference foes, Westmont and the Cal Aggies, and posted a 2-l record on a road trip to Hawaii. The Gauchos then continued their drive for the confer- ence title with clutch victories over Los Angeles St. l94-9ll, Cal Poly l69-68l, Long Beach St. l78-7ll, and San Diego St. loo-521, before losing the champion- ship gctme to Fresno, l6O-59l, and their season finale at L. A. State, 86-68. Freshman Basketball This year's freshman basketball team, only the second in the history of the school, closed the season a notch below the .500 level with a 7-IO record. Under the guidance of Ralph Barkey, the Gaucho yearlings undertook one of the toughest frosh schedules ever. George Jones proved the spark of the squad, ending the season with a l5.l scoring average, a 9.3 rebounding mark, and a .755 percentage from the free throw line, tops on the team in all departments. Wes Brasher was second in scoring with an ll.7 average. L,.- ' . l i 1 ,1-.1 ,i,,..-. 2 l l l if l A a 1 l 3. .....-'X I L. ., 'X ,ffm 'S--41' Team members included, left row, bottom to top, Jim Schnabel, Wes Brasher, Ed Montanari, Leland Webb, Stan Mock. Right row: George Jones, Chuck Lindwall, Kent Brown, Dennis Gallagher, Mike Fhznagan. .fwuif S 4. . ring "W 5 5 2 ,' Y 1::'1'F" Coach Ralph Barkey George Jones Track V s r-- , Hs- A-, 3 - 1 ---s : v' -.kann ,'a .0 w... "Q -- - .L A' '-.xv 'x 5 , -' "'- ?:4:' -sg' v 1 - ' ' P-'4"f."...,. -wfqfx JH-, . 1 . Qu.-- " X i - - ' :J r. A . 1 . g , , X '+V w ,. H "m . . C a x. 4-I . sg ! u ,,,,, '. lx fr 'Q 'xl'-1 Q1 .h ' '11'::.if,' Y' f fiiafw' 4 Coach Nick Carter .,s,3.. Carter keeps interested eye on each of his performers during their events. Coach Nick Carter, as he has done for so many years, again put the University of California, Santa Barbara, on the track and field map this past season. Working with a team that was balanced by a flock of returning veterans and spiced by the addi- tion of Dutch sensation Henk Vis- ser, Carter molded a representa- tive squad that clearly made its mark that it was not to be one of the lesser bridesmaids in Cali- fornia Collegiate Athletic Associa- tion competition. And this year's 22nd annual Santa Barbara Easter Relays, fea- turing some of the world's finest track talent, and probably Car- ter's pet proiect, was a bigger success than ever, thanks to the organizational and promotional efforts of the Gaucho cinder mentor. 1 4 ff ff f rl !gJ5s.,e--"" 1' , fi? Nick Carter 1 xxx , fl fb "Fifi P .fx gg - . . - - -. - f' - Nt" ' x- 5-' A , . - P "R .' N N 'cf ' in 'xc -' I 7-1 6 - aa -, of -i if 15' TF .1 "' .. SMF' v fr-fs - I 'lil-tt.-'-I if ff by ' - Qv 'xl I rf. iii' I-tk .6 , to b TA A., I . ,.. 1 . . A ., is g X . A A. ,R gf A.:, kk nn F N -3. -N :gJ.h4: h uk ,Z 1 I X ff y :SQA 5, jf ,.-A,-" f ' ' W, 'wr . . A ,..v ' s N4 , 4- K ji -. 4,392 5 i -'fi - yr -.-. 3 . - h As' -, V 1,1253 we - gy-15 X 1 ' s ' ' QQ'-.rf 1. Q ,f ' any I xg if x I. i xy. imvm U ' if Q 1 l ' , -- , It-if lf X I s C C 5 ' , ,-1 tff I! S 3154 sv- Q p 'Q sl'-.,,,, U ' . i A I ' " ' ' 0' 1. - - ' fy. "'. L' T" f- --N.- . .,. . t--- A i -cg S - L , g v i , . . ... -,-. . 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J r ' ' Ll., -f-is S ' 184- -'.1'av4C:f.'.L . ...M - s H P P n N grin 3 Q 4- ' 1 'G-2 WKVYNG xl . - N- ,. x, ,-.A , x ,Q - - 7 ,Iii ---.-.vrsiw - ' X X A -Q, '9'- . 1- fl.: X: ,X ' - Dave Boraker nips feummuie Bernie Weiner in 220-yard dash. . as J' 1, l 9, v... K.. , 9- ,, nag' , ,,. . H., 1 Yr- -.: , . I Y ., . ,.., ..,. , ', ' f s-J - '-'v - -'11 .V W i. . N, ,H-N 1 W XS -'-- f . .- ., -sv . '.-- s1" 1-P. - if -.. .. g ..- xv-- 'f 1.-f-1. S-sf -4, . T':.:f:,g ' J.-S.-L ,. is., .-- --...Q Y, I I., -s -A-....e..4-.-Y - 1 ,, , , s -,-g 1' - ""' .V "F-7" .,-.. A ""71'L2E.3f3"X:- 'i4."- Gaucho Roland Cordobes is clipped at wire in thrilling B80 duel. A r 1 Z Fred Standifer sails over pole vault bar in meet against Long Beach State. ,.- K , 'z . Q, sc I Il we .1 ,"'- S ' f . - . TI: .rv .n iii ' ,,-9. Time ""' f- fe- A host of outstanding performers, many of whom had worn the Gaucho colors before, stole most of the thun- der during the early part of the track and field season. There were a few newcomers who chimed in however, and perhaps the most evident of these was Henk Visser, a former member of the Dutch Olympic team, Visser galloped to a 9.6 clocking in the lOO yard dash, posted a 20.9 timing in the 220, and broad lumped 26 ft. 2 in., the best leap in the nation. Supporting Visser in an all-out assault on the school record book were such Gaucho standouts as Dave Bo-raker in the sprints, Bernie Weiner in the 440 Roland Cordobes and Curt Hanson in the 880, George Chappel in the shot put, Dave Mead in the iavelin, Fred Standifer in the pole vault and hur- dles, Joe Taylor in the hurdles, Gary Hildebrandt in the pole vault, Phil Kirkpatrick in the broad jump and hurdles, and Jim Pryde in the discus and exhibition hammer throw. Nil -P Elie, Iii-p .-Q-..- ' - ,-. s.,...k. - ,3 -"'-:'a-Lrvo-" , Curt Hanson -ur: r ,- - .. A V' ' ,- . 9 . .E M. ' 5 l A R. l ,ti E xg I' is A 1 "if ' 'A' 'l V ,,, , 7 335 7 xx'f.l'Jff7 QRIMNT' -sw i J 2 . 1: , 2 :. . -Q ' .e.e.. 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"' ' J t l H 5 Capt, Dan Moore ' ' , 'Ur F?" l ,,- -1- Vo X, A X ., 45, 'V' " X pf. r -, 'un , The Gaucho track future was ' X- .w ' Q ' , r f' . . - ' Aa- it ' if 's 1' A ill ' 1'-"' f if glven a shot In the arm during . 3. ' NL-4 ' ' - - - riff! S .J 'E rf 5 the post season by an Impressive r M. 3 4 ' showing from the freshman team, . f '. ld Xt 1 AJ X N " H' lf QQ l ,X 2-'S ,1, which, although somewhat shy In V' 54' ' - 'V+' A 'V ' Srftiasn 'JA glxkgif, A X manpower, nevertheless produced N "L - ' 'I V ig several outstanding individual ' it - A , l lv l, s V performers. Captain Dan Moore, - ' . X 'i in ' r u n n i n g the distance events, 1 lx - " ft V ld"-'f7tl l 1 ""'i:i'mi'i 'lg' ' 'fl' l ' "ll P h d th w for the earlings 5.-as -:Q aww- .- e. ff'P1 ,. t:'-ftrtgqfity. :l.f',.g:W1a:2YfQa-is-'Q 5 ' ,Q -safely-e--,t'i,35 S Owe e 'JY Y ' -. b , - .- , A f fr, ,-Mgk, A .., . . -',f,,t'tf1. M r ah, - ,f , , . - : ' v ' - gf l V M151-.r-,flu-?l'l"l's',1fwqw2 f nf. 1 f- whlle Other 'OP mofks Wefe 1, U-I - - 1, :I D ',,',Av J. ,iz 5 ,Youll , Marti. '.-l .ogy 4 ', -,:,':' Qtr" J: - It 4 b, bi-:f,,3fr if ek 1 .rf-T, . . . M ' 4 - tn-V W5 My 7. ,,,4 , 1 ,jr ,i, l.'f,,,r ily if ., -Lf-.,,,t34,r'1l'1'.4,5v,'l1'I:.'f:T1tgif.ti rad slr? ::,.1v.q.wgd turned In by John Bodger' hu,-- -A - - - A 141.4'-,,,',f::i:s,r.fg.f.f-,.,,gr gr: .-bjnwe ,rep -Y - 1 .no at , , '- V --.JL'J2.-1 41.1.-11..4.-,, 1 L- ,,.-1:22-49 ' 132-N mins- .- ' f -x.- ' msn, r dlesl Tom Dawson, poie vault, and Team members included, front row, left to right: John Lotts, Dan Moore, Kent Brown, Pat Brackeen, Tom Dawson, John Badger. Back row: Don Meamber, Gary Rhodes, Mel Noble, Barrett Miller, Ted Cooper, Fred Plumer, Dove Goodman, Mike MaKieve. Kent Brown, discus and iavelin. Cross Country xx --i l 'N,1' ' 1 2 ' I .. if 1' ' 's Un' , W . X N-J ,Q m " ' " Wlicif- N1 - , X 1. Q .L M' ' ' 4 l V . X ' .N W l I " ' ie ' ll A . " qt f ' fi' l' 1 Lads-4""!f . ' Q 4' ? T: , Z " lx 1' ' I - t v ,g . X' v r- F , .21-i , XX Q, ll j 5 ?,,f A- ff! iz-.' ' i ,f '. Y glxxt Q A i. ix X ' - t K .' - i "tif i i 7'.:.M : Q..-'J'5f'5 Q. I: '- 'Jax' cc f -'lla 5 . tx'-5 ' i Elgin A A .. - ,. V i , ' ' vii. W. is f , lr- g A Q Roland Cordobes Team members included, front row, left to right: Coyt Davis, Dennis Kavanaugh, Dick Ryan, .lim Mcllwain. Back row: Dick Aced, Roland Cordobes, Bob Oldham and Barrett Miller. 'BSI T 'E' ,,.- Roland Cordobes, with several out- standing performances, brightened up an otherwise mediocre season for the Uni- versity of California, Santa Barbara cross country team. Cordobes, selected team captain, was the No. 1 Gaucho finisher in each of Santa Barbara's eight meets, and set a new UCSB course record with a 20:01 clocking against Cal Poly and Los Angeles Dennis Kavanaugh st The Gauchos won only one meet, a practice outing against Ventura JC, and finished sixth in the conference competi- tion at Fresno. "ie Q' A 1'1- Jim Mcllwain 'L T Barrett Miller ,ig-LQJLA r Coach Nick Carter tleftl and assistant Sam Adams discuss team workout v x x,-. Baseball 1 :gk-X K 1 " Q I E A' m N R 1 ' X .nw ..-.....--"' xi -4-af' v .. fzcv- b H" ' 'L L ' " '47 - fs' N' " . i - -J ' X .. Tr L 41,5 l-4, . 4.,,- A. Q.. x 0 x 0. -1 o . D AWS? ,-4 5 gl V -sf .nf L-3 ., 9 9 -s..,.uup. - .2 .,. ' I' ' . . , . A.-.V . . .NW . ' I . f ..' , 5- ' 'II ':,9.'f . .- V Yu , H-'V ,' 'Q' vi! , . ew -- va -" N, , 4-N - ,.g' - ,--Q . -.--f. - P ' ,. --rm-. , - '.4 N ' " , ' "' " -4. ' -' F' ..'k 4.-I..-g X . 'C A ' 'N " ' 1 F1 -"" " 7 '-F .' . , in - - .B eg Q ,I r- - ' v. .. VJ up -.4 -K , ,. an ! . j-- - U V V -0-,I Q- - . ,FQ J- N- s ,. , ,, h 1 L-4 , ...Nh - N- ,. , " " g"f"""" -- 7'--""f--. NN-4 f..mxg '13 -dv' . - - n , V- , .- -N .-'- . . s ff W 'xxx ...spa ' -.wwl .v V - "1 I ,. .. A ,,. f Q ' ' ., , ' -Q N. N- '- w, fx-NQ' Q 5 ' if Q., J , K 'Q , Q . . - - 5 Coach Dave Gorrie S I . 'K xx -.,-.Al -1 ,: 'Tv' ' an . 1,-,,,,. gr, 5-,L .N -e 4. , 4. .., , fu., . , - ' 'W xc -vp, -14:62-T"'fv21't:'fki'fN--,5 4.x .F ,. t , , ., . 'ukffvv ..,, - X W . r - - ' ' - ':iu.x .- -,.a.f.:-,sci-g 's'.- . -- X - -.-3 . - -. 'SZ .. , , ' 'gk' "' -' 5M wr fee . 1 'Fix ' ..- ' 5, '.' ' ' "5 , Nc 'if 'N '.'i-'iw 'F01 -ff"-'X - 'A' "A Nw? 'ffm Ns- - w,- s. V ' r , '- ' ' .n ' "' - .. sn' H r N 5' -my . - " ,. .- -- ----.5R.w.. . 1 .ns-c. ,ms mx- ,Ls -- v Gorrie handles chore of hitting infield practice in pre-game and daily drills. X Dave Gorrie, who gave up his professional baseball ca- reer to take over the coaching duties at the University of California, Santa Barbara, appears well on his way to steering the Gauchos to prom! inence in the small-college diamond world. The popular mentor, an out- standing athlete in his school days here on the UCSB cam- pus, got a taste of both the bitter and the sweet of his profession early in the season when Santa Barbara knocked off UCLA, 241, but then was sent down to defeat in eight of its next ten games, Despite lack of depth in his mound corps, Gorrie im- proved the Gauchos both of- fensively and defensively, and with many of this season's starters due to return, hoped to lay the foundation for future Gaucho baseball su- premacy. fn -.g vs "5 553.51 ,-if f ' 'T' l -ffm i r ' . e,,T..Th - x NYT .cecsicicx QVJRALNJ is Q t 'sf s-cctv, 1 X K, , 3 "iv-X-,-c.,,,, N xx- --c.uzL,Wg avr- I : i , I 3' f 99' I' . V A f 1 LA ' -if IL if I, If . f ,LJ ,nf ,, A- , es? - 'Pi ' t'.'tD. 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' "' 5' ,, Q ,g.,-J-JL:!c equi. uf' Y .J ,.-PM-' 'lf-A 'sn,z'. Players keep eyes peeled toward thirdebase coach ing box for signals from Gorrie. -1 fe - I .Q 5 5 sc.,,,,,, -sese cs, I ii ""NwN- ., 61.4.4 L A-...,,,, xx: X I I . 185 9 Ad 1.1-D .. HAL gl. 41 Rich Gunner V' ' ' -AR E i 1,4 ' ? ' , ,' J J V ,J 4 5 . W M L, F C A - L 'n .. , v Q ' my ' ,is g,,, , .gf l Q ,J r. V - X I ii l ' X , i Y X J xg . , X r i J 72 1 at M :I 1 'Wi Fi'W1.?'T3Q,i3f-. PL ,nh Team members included, front row, left to right, Vaughan Wipt, John DeCicco, Jerry Huot, Dick Fichtner, Jim Winn, Jim Esccreno, second row, Fred Warrecker, Bob Fraas, Rich Gunner, John Frodahl, Bill Shortell, Don Wise, Coach Dave Gorrie. Not pictured: Jim McMichael, Dave Quisling, Lynn Fax, Bob Bravler. Fr V. 4 - .'-'fi-. "' . 1-we-. :Z f '.xQ'F'w- V-gffnf-V . , 3.92.1- IL e,.'.L-1.57 1 A? .i A ed Warrecker Q, -J. , fffx rg. S ' , -' ehggwp-'r' 3- ,155 ' 4 ,-w-'i fi-'33:1f?i5Eg"- ' . ' I V S' ' J h .4 4 ,vu X :cs x 1 . IZ - ' S. 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",,-I H "3 i 'ik ,-.....t..'., .f 11, .1 ' , ji 2 ,Q , 31 .,4,,i-jQ,f,.',. ,,,,,',, 5 ,, r' jr f,,,,jt-Will? yet., ji ,Ig ,J ,,,'f'- t lj.,yt'!J ,J V3-fm V 1 .H 4,424-.-.1-:g1.3',,z 1 wi :.i,.jg ,fi + J Wag ff t t. J 1 J , 31. i pi .gt t iff .grill t wp- SVH .' '- fin' ll" 'V lnlllvb ' -D' I' "'7 , vllwa-sn" 2'fQ'f-J it - -if -wi-A i li' f" ill- f '2 li lllltlllliilzi 1- Q-i'Ef"f' S 'x 'P X V- ' 1 Y . A team that was loaded with veter- ans at iust about every position com- prised Gorrie's front line Gaucho baseball squad this season. Dick , x Fichtner, cz transfer from Coalingb JC, ' and newcomer Lynn Fox 'handled the catching duties, while another trans- fer, Jim Wi-nn from Pasadena CC, won the first base position. Returnees Bill Shortell, second base, John DeCicco, shortstop, and Dave Quisling, third base, helped to round out the infield, Jim Winn while veteran Bob Fraas and two dahl, filled in capably as utility men. Lettermen Rich Gunner, Vaughan Wipf, and Jim McMichael anchored the outfield. On the mound, Fred War- new faces, Jerry Huot and John Fro- f ,,,..- recker and Jim Escareno, both re- ,,.....,--Y "CPFC, V. turnees, proved to be the bellweathers ' Z gg! I I of the corps, supported by Don Wise, J". Joel Fleiss, and Art Hansen, a transfer from California where he pitched on Student Assistant Ned Permenter. the freshman team. Bill shorten iw XJ Bob Fraas Dick Fichtner Lynn Fox Dave Quisling Jim McMichael X f f", ' ..' -l' - t .:' , " ' 'bf' ' X, :ts H . .Q A H ,-h Q- , K 4. lf -:. .. .5 Y ',- A N I C af, - +. G' t- f ,. .. '- N R -. -ds, . - '- ,s'7ft"'2i " "W .' ', 3521, 1 S' N. .' 'IQ' , , s -s s 4 -' Ti -'X C ' :Qs . ' s .3 V, if .fgvkv S1-f. . 4 1, f , 5,g,2k'fiW XMI fi-Sf . ' I ,A ,Q , , .V A ' ' . -'R 5' Q' ', iff.. Q' 4,5 , X VQFI , 'f?.,2,..,1,Y i H is ink., I-,, gg at :fm A .ar X 16, U . ' A, W sw,--.Its , Tv, ,X -C t I- 9 " ' .1 1 J-' 'V'--51' 'v ' Z A , 5 '-'pl qs' . "CBJ . 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But the Gauchos began to skid soon after their win over the Bruins, and managed to salvage only two triumphs in their next ten games. They split a double-header with Riverside, lost again to Westmont and to USC, dropped both ends of a doubleheader with Cal Poly lPomonal, bounced back to finally beat Westmont, but then lost a pair of decisions to Los Angeles St. and another to San Diego St. to open play in the California Collegiate Ath- letic Association. :- . ' ,N Vwlkxwv-,A -"Us .Xue 'AQ ' x .4-W v.n.- '- . - -A ,-my .-fff-415153 ' V . Q", ff V , v, v-1 ef. f-5? Golf f fm? . ' . is-A ,4 .. wir' E wg- . .M AK 'A 1 I E 0 X ' Mr . . ' X , v fer: , , Slifffil ,, l' I -. V, e 5 - . , J . - ,. -.1-. -'sf' .A ' A. ,. . U ,,,,,,, .,.,,,,,, .f,,,,,,,.,, .., , . -!f,n,-f-s.,--C A, . ,-. If 'l' "-"'.i'!l'.!'Q'fL2' ' Wilson Dennehy holes out putt while Bill Stevenson looks on in background and Norman Nakaii pulls pin. Sig. --A na .., , ,s,. - . sfjgig-if . ,, ,,,' ri :. .ghgytlx -. ' X, 1, 2-sf?-" 4' T9 gif . an .IJ V ay ,lv -V , - " 2-ca.: y Hum t ' X ,,.-Q . r K t Y is U A X X 4 5 A Av-Q", "' Q. ., M f -K 5. 11- ' . 4,5:JcQj.Wy-.-11 4, X The Gaucho golf team, un- der the tutelage of "Doc" Kelliher, had to settle for a mediocre season in a confer- ence that is well known for its perennial powerhouses as far as links teams are con- cerned. Jim Clark proved the bell- weather of the UCSB squad, holding down the No. l posi- tion on the team ladder and shooting consistently in the 70's for the Gauchos. Jerry Patch kept hot on Clark's heels throughout most of 'fhe season as the No. 2 performer, while Wilson Den- nehy, Bill Stevenson, Norman Nakaii, and Zach Kaplan battled it out for the next four positions. Coach "Doc Kellxher f . r g.fE?tZ" ' - 311 , ' Q ' ll 'X-t ' '11 ."ifL.' ,?'-'istfgf fi". 9 r :.54:,7:x?,I . ' 'li ig? f,mQy.g'jg1i 1 Jim Clark Team members included, left to right, Wilson Dennehy, Norman Nakaii, Bill Stevenson, Zach Kaplan, Jerry Patch, and Jim Clark, -'is if K.-' Tennis . .4 .. ..-91010: - - L Team members included, tront row, left to right, John Eberly, Mike Schmeitzner, Jack Knudson, Steve Campbell ,Coach Ralph Barkey, Back row, Roger Dawson, Gene Freeman, and Nick Newmark. A Q 7 -"7 R, ' ' U", " 1,-1.4 8.3: J '- M- gr - . "1 , .' I.. - -i .1--r,""x, .1-'.-ff ". ' ' ff ' ' s mwq- '4 -1- 'WIFT 4,-13 F21-YZ.-.11:-:-1-Q--mi122-:Z-:xii'-'-:-:-14-I-If-424"-sr' E'I.'f:3:7'1:QQQ." I-. JNQL ,im-.. 'g-1.1.--3-r-4:-143::2w:t:a'g3ilfiiiik?-i54igl.':fg4Lia:eater-':-.Qui " T F W ff? sfzfwtiffisgigb +4-:iq f , P we T' H W'-:faesr-ettsfftffq . 'f 'f V '-W-'-3"'-1 ',"' "f ""s"'-'-'-'- 7' -..- '.'..'.1 .' '.'-'.'.'.'.'.':':'.. " 5 . , 'gs . ,. 5, ,g,3.3i g. " ,-'gg ,-. 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' .I .xv W i 3.5 '4 . . fi' .I l . ll S' r if fl 15291, T . -- x 6-WTI' , Coach Ralph Barkey ' .J jimi The University of California, Santa Barbara tennis team spent most of the past season looking ahead to next year. The "young" squad, which closed out its season with a stunning victory over highly-touted Fresno St., unveiled a bright future for Gaucho net hopes with some outstanding potential stars. And every member of this year's team will be returning to play for Coach Ralph Barkey again in the approaching campaign. Lloyd Roth, who spent most of his time sitting atop the individual ladder for the Gaucho squad, was only a sophomore, along with Ned Cook, John Eberly, and Roger Dawson. Jack Knudson, the No. 2 performer for UCSB, has one more year of eligibility remaining, as has Gene Freeman, and two more of Barkey's top prospects, Mike Schmeitzner and Steve Campbell, were only freshmen and will be around for three more seasons. - 'i Jack Knudson 5.5 , ' g! w ' ,., .X p 0 J .iv Vx 1 L I 3 L .fs v -N ..f A u Gene Freeman E 1 2:-:::-:ref1-'-2'-''N-:-1-.-1171:-:-:-2-: 15 5 X 9 -. f,-...az Q.'g:5g1gF-A-5+:':g:g:-""-22:2-5:42-2-1-Zsk:-':-g:A 'N I .,....g:p.y ',..:f?:-:'.A.A A. Q ff. 1 'iz' E-17-:44-3-:W I 3f?f'lE.2'ff' F" . Lf.-:55Q:I, 'A" ffxiff ':Zi'f"":3'?C5I?5I:5::s ' . , N ,. . :', 'k" HA X A - -Ay...-.qx.,5 .A -ug-:q':, ,-., g.5.g.'.g., A - -- , ' ' ,- I-T5 if 'l5Qf:"' f'.4'i"g.'fg-, H- . ,If e , .A A. i.:::f:.:f.e:F2f numb-143.-gr-1.1.12 . " ' P' ' ' ' ' - fu, ,... ' .. . 2' . - , G. - 1'1" """.'Tf.'f-T31 . ., 1' .. ss? .MM PQ-f-'- wi 1' :f'Ax-1.1r.,-ks:'-k- r -4.-qw-:g.:f 'N 2449-liz. '-.-I-Q-x-Nr.-:v. :- il.. 11: ' .C Q. 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A lc, 4, ,., .., D-X1 -me fffff...Z'."' John Eberly Steve Campbell xv ,li 1 Water Polo , sz-.5 V --'Q K -LK- .T -""' -- .n...s.'t"' ,'- , ,, ,at-, ,ffg " 5 '-A s- , '71 B12 The University of California, Santa Barbara parlayed the sensational scor- ing performance of freshman Blair Bal- lard and the steady play of a veteran lineup into the school's most success- ful water polo season. Ballard, along with another fresh- man standout, Gary Wycoff, and co- captains Don Smith and Eddie Nelson, sparked the Gauchos to a 5-l season record. UCSB posted wins over Clare- mont-Mudd, Cal Tech, Los Angeles St., and twice against San Fernando St., and lost a 5-3 decision to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. Scoring 33 goals in six matches, Ballard set a new school record, and also flipped in ll goals in the final contest against San Fernando St., another school mark. All but two players, seniors Paul Hodgert and Les Merideth, return next year to coach Frank Rohter's lineup. Coach Frank Rohter -'fsfsyhl tis- nfs- ' sf'- .H , -' ni- , zfrdfi AQ --f. J Mike Rappaport Co captains Don Smith and Eddie Nelson scramble for ball. Student Assistant B3 7.4 V N! .1-v' X. Nl! lu Blair Ballard A W , i fNt"""-oefbg, tg.. N X uxmatt- . ' GRI., ,Q ., 'M ---F Team members included lleft to righti, front row: Coach Frank Rohter, Dave Olsen, Richard Glenn, Don Smith, Eddie Nelson, John Soth, Blair Ballard. Back row: Nelson Nakaii, Chuck Grover, Jim Wood, .lan Tavares, Keith Carter, Dave Weaver, and student assistant Mike Rappaport Swimming e .Z-If ff-",x f. 1, 7 'E- .-- ? KPN i 5 79 Dx 2,7 ..-1 , 5 .-., " , . r"""v Q, lf 14. AH' I 1 lg:-aw K. 1 wg . , 4 :.s A " , B. 'sf -ag , , N , cc "F" Lgniu-,Q,'ft'f'W2'ffffS-'?'fe' L' Q A , ,""' -' S- s "f T5- " " F - ,. -1- - f ee A , X- me B, H S B ed .., rf' is Q X r . 1 Y.,-me , lf-:iw----L2 , , - ry x ,N N ' I ---- H4-s-14, !31Z,,,,, ' I 1.3. -frm? ' N S f . - ... -c' Gaucho swim "sparkplugs" included, left to right, Bill Lippincott, Steve Francis, Bob Berson, Don Smith, and Blair Ballard. 'lxs xr As was the pattern with so many Gaucho teams this past 6 year, Coach Frank Rohter and his ' swim squad used their i959-60 water wars as more or less of an f I experimental season and a step- ping stone to future pool supre- -N, .Xi 'f- H - W 1 However, during the-year the 'rzsfif-7'we"' UCSB mermen launched an all- 5 . Q ,gli out assault on the school record ' book, and when the waves had cleared, such stondouts as Blair U, im g-"": Ballard, Eddie Nelson, Paul Hodg- ."1,Q,.,, ert, Steve Francis, John Soth, and , . W, 4 Don Smith had helped to rewrite .lohn Soth Paul Hodgert o few of the existing marks. N J 1. . ' " ' 'L V- " l M ' ' '- L - V X ,L I-:I A qsisflsffzt' , . if c s . . ---J 'sb xx xg ST. 72. H ,av l as . X . l f ,V ill 'l if. I . l l I i v I f-' at s 4 Ng! ' f 4 ., ,V i Na X, 4 wo Xl s i l' if eg Team members included, front row, left ta right, Bob Berson, Bob Gary, Don Smith, Weldon Gibson, student assistant Mike Rappoport, Bill Lip- pincott, Rich Samford, Steve Francis, Bruce Patterson, Nelson Nakaii, and Blair Ballard. 1, 5, A B' Fi?--eq. Wrestling "We'll have our entire team back next year, and with many improved wrestlers will be a squad to be reckoned with." And with that, Coach Adran Adams turned his back on a so-so record as Santa Barbara put the wrappings on its first full year of grappling competition and looked hopefully ahead to bigger and better things in 1960-61. Because of the lack of manpower in some of the lighter weight classifications the Gauchos were forced to forfeit in many of the divisions this past season. But with nine Iettermen due to return and two Midwest wrestlers expected to bolster the UCSB attack, Adams has plenty of reason for his optimistic outlook. Veterans Arnold Golub, Tony Kalomas, Bill Krueger, Fred Standifer, Pat McCul- lough, .lim Phillips, Rei Yoshinobu, Tony Smernes, and John Stoney will all be listed on the Gaucho roster for the ap- proaching season. McCullough, performing in the 177-pound class, was awarded the outstanding wrestler trophy at the con- clusion of lost season, and Adams also has high hopes for Kalomas, scrappy 'l47- pound grappler who was one of the standouts for the Gauchos. N-ad' Xb .. v- 'K 'Y x.x...,.....,.,. ....,,.. ,,s, ,, Team members included, front row, let! to right, Arnold Golub, Tony Kalomas, Bill Krueger, Fred Standiter, Pat McCul- lough. Second row, .lim Phillips, Rei Yoshinobu, Coach Adran Adams, Tony Smernes, and John Stoney. 4 Intramurals ft W , , ,s -. . as Members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon football intramural championship. - Q., at su .z.-.Agfa t..,L , ., Lon. ...'i.:.L 0 A,- INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS Football . Basketball . . Wrestling . Golf . . Volleyball . Badminton . . Swimming . Baseball . I :Qi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Tau Delta Kappa Sigma Delta Tau Della Delta Tau Delta Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Tau Delta team, which won school it S nasq . ' if " 5 - i . " ,124 " 'na xx xl . . ' -Q, 105- if' A , ' ' , 4. ,fig , 5- 2-:,,',,,,, I '- ' F-lf k . . ' 45-Pr , ee fif., N"f. ," 'I tj' A " 1 -l A ' A '- ' " ,Q ' E . A . . . P f - eau .s.,,.:, ew ,, ....- ,. 'i..,-5 1 .Q H B 'X 'A V J . ga-s--an is-.V .YI '54, F+"f""'7'i"", .r,t"31' i.f':rTin+"'F:ff, M ,L - , - , 1 A Ap. .- ,- - - -..,- 5 ,Q 4.4, . , ' ,, , .f-as-1 t,.iQ.,,,. .sf 7 i ' t .Fin 1-I 1 ' J: " :M Aus. g ' ,A-d.'1,q 'Q .313 '-'ff vin." -, . ,W :V 'ml F2117 gy, , ,- rv- , v 'L 'f in M -'fir .wzfw,q+s.'-r -4:1 ,gpg 4. 2, ,1w,Vgv7iff,'N9,, .wfss 551, . , f fi f 1. V: .,',,f, -.Q ,,,g.',.g4,gv 5, W ' 'JQ,vi2'g'3vT1'ff15h""?2?' .': .' iw' ' -it f""'f1' ' "'-'V 4' ','i'4i""g Q 'SUE r-1 ,'q,'g'g.- ,.7 Ff..sg..'.'-."i. "W . fr' ' ' - '-.1,ff:N-'. rs! 241- fo f-me J' Q..--' ,, -,iw-w-:X .5f.-'.?'1.s'- 1 , ',- -,iw .- ul x..g- 1.1-,if .i- 5 miZ...'g.r5.LJ-.svl13'a2ztZ,t'.3i3v.Q:'fiJ-' T.: Pima Hall lost in title game after 5 i x going undefeated through league season iixixaxa go. Q' SAE John DeCicco skirts left end for yardage in showdown against Pima Hall ,.4" .,,. gs tx, iv' ,. Intramural Coordinator Stan Williamson displays all-sports trophy. I FN r:vi"" tl 1 ' ? as sa , Student Intramural Director Bill Haskell llettl presents volleyball trophy to Delta Tau Delta vice-president Tom Morgan. ' -K., ,X FN. X ', -1 H'f31 i . vi- Q ,Za 0 -fi? We T, rj' ff gg f v- 11 5 A 3 3 H4 f 11 g Qf '5' fe ff f rn wf f WK , N Vw ff X x . A N 1- 4 I 1' T.-'ss' I , L L' L -w0'1""i- iles- ff. ix, si we es , nf A 'A LL -'L 5 w L , , .i K., E ' if '.f,'fT" x ' ' 1. ' 'EI 'A .- ' -If " ,111 .ww X- ' . s...':.'-P-..L,i-xi if S5 . A fYs1sex:.3s.::gs1:311 A n CHARLES ROEM CAROL SAINDON : ,Q A 5 ?Q.,'i Aer nl' .a is .L A l -gr "':"' 'gf .2 Q ff 7. ,t i n 26 Q"-3 .fy lf. a N ' L L L DAVID GARST - CAROLYN LANE .4 , .. SYLVIA NICKLES L s 5' ,, E , 'rx . 37' .f V l EARL ANDERS 1 DARRELL DAVISSON DONALD WAI-I-ACE JACQUELYNNE ZISMAN CHERI DE LAND Row l, left lo right: W. Rohrbach, J. Lindbergh-Hanson, A. Main, H. Fenton, K. RHEA FAE ELLIS Baer, J. Campbell. Row 2: B. McCurdy, C. Pierson, J. Purcell. Row 3: C. Kessler, L. Gralapp, R. Thomas, W. Ptaszynski. Biological Science Cs E!!! Cf, 'fr . '51 X ' L il CHARLES CLINE Biology Bock row, left to right: C, Muller, M. Moseley, J. Haller, J. Cushing, P. Adams, E. Orias. Middle row: J, Walters, J, Connell, B, Ookeson, P. Luris, G. Hardin, M. Erickson. Front row: W .MulIer, D, Davenport, S. Sparling, H, Wells, F. Clogslon, H. Russell. L -ex Lex f ,v ?'v .51S..5Q.?l:' , .4 . 5 ' -.AH ,ass .afs V. 1" 'T' 1:-5" RICHARD Ellis FLORENCE RALPH Biology BUNNY PHYLLIS FALCONER VALERIE RITCHIE Biology BLUIUQY - r . S 'C i. 5 ,,,.f, I 1 ,47 3 fr r-fc f'Yx. 1? p 'mx wr 1' e Yr-1 Divisional II N b - Q. ll 1: Q' I l i ,vs-fa! 4' Pm W Ali, , C IW-A If Q'2 ' ,I F ' ' L I L., ' QL: t',, MARTHA YOUNG ll I Psychology and I5 A -' fel i Physical Education 0. an my A. A i 3 S I 0 A 3:7-'Lv ll? p--is I , .Li C ." 'Q' I Q X Q il iw L LAURIE GUITTEAU Hispanic Civilization JILL MOORE Home Economics and Art HOWARD REICHNER Political Science and Sociology VALENTINE NISHIHARA History and Math Education I as 4- P' ,fl " nl X if ' S il. Nc, ZELDA SEGAL English and History BARBARA STEWARD Art and Histroy ,,- ,-.cy R as S 6 , ' ' Mx ' fit 'ff ff f v' 'S' . 55' ' fl ,- -iimw-V Y 4 'W 1 .- , Se ' 'N I Til x I " - Q fi . .. i fi. .. - I ff "' xii 1: Q i' in rl .6 "i ,gi sr. -g 'I Si I A ijt I .Li ' it -ff Y in - J I I .Lil . ,I I I f I -or , i Y . ar' ,. '," xltsesfssif. . I J ,irc yqyn. ,. ,Q ,A,,x ,. xv E I it R .pu A ,N - cet' -,X 'E fs Kid 4.22-9 RA4 H., AIN 'C' .l 71 5- rw l ff? 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Av -F5 Rig 'W-47 FAITH KOOIMAN Elementary Education NIKKI LANE Elementary Education MARTHA LOGAN Elementary Education ANN LOWRY Elementary Education PATRICIA MASONHEIMER Elementary Education L9 KATHY McILWAINE - v jr. .., 1-rv -- K L JA: 'Own -F gif' SSN X pc- I gage f""x 1 DENNIS NAIMAN Elementary Education Elementary Education CONNIE MOHLER METZGER ANN NICHOLS Elementary Education ,, JO MOHR Elementary Education MARTHA MORRIS Elementary Education Elementary Education PHYLLIS OSWALD Elementary Education SANDRA OWENS Elementary Education ln L,--gg , I t '- 'LS ' - '23, E4 WWE C! hi' -tt I "Arif I Y' Q PN "f'Ps nab' c'l'," .626 J 1-s Al ffx. ,-Q-x fir ,'-sr. qv-up , VIRGINIA PACE Elementary Education MARCIA PARKS Elementary Education MARGARET RINNER Elementary Education CAROLE ROBECK Elementary Education Ls SUSAN SAYLORS Elementary Education MARGARET SCHUSTER Elementary Education DEARINE SILLESEN Elementary Education VICKIE SNADOW Elementary Education ? 1-gy ,an 5 ,vt f'-5 19" X, Q an ' ey ' iv""7p- 1 4 A KAREN SNOW Elementary Education JANIS SNYDER Elementary Education JAN STUBBLEFIELD Elementary Education ANNETTE SWARTZ Elementary Education w I le to right: G. Durllinger, D, Van Deman, L. Byers, E, Leonard, Row 2: A. x I E frvfi' . W iams L Stier, M. Robeck, R, Tapp, Row 3: D. Rippberger, J. Chilcott, E. Swine- tor Row 4 E Irish, B DilIman,P.Jar1es, A. Robinson. Vke--- . il "' "' il X 3 A 1 ' P 'A x 1 -wx 1 X . lk f v 'if SALLY SYMON Elementary Education THOMAS TALBOT Elementary Education -4-X 335 i JOY WESTCOTT Elementary Education -Q Q? xv. JOANN WILLEFORD Elementary Education av-:QQ '19 MARILEE ZAZUETA Elementary Education 7. psf? G1-an KAREN DAVIDSON Jr. High Education Q ,mc ' --rc - .pc .J CAROLYN ZELLE Elementary Education C5 5 DONNA GIANSIRACUSA Jr. High Education lined f. --'j 1 .QI- W . li i -. E - ,. T D 7 , A9 3, ,R i - Mfrs nfrw "" 'K . 2 l ' .- j i ' - . ,ii A ..- V ii, , V .4 K - ""' 3 '- 4 X r wt ,, V'I ig' , , f ,U l -, . 4 X . 61 ta ."i-:-' ' ', 7- .-7' it ' ' 1-'. " '- T i'-1-V, - t- -3- ., 1. - I . , . . ,S 3. 1- . A - ' . I 4 .i ' It-wr ' 1 if -sl L . KATHRYN TENNIS ROBERT F. 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SECURITY FIRST NATIONAL BANK C3oIeta Branch 5.- ' I ' v N,,,.' ,, , sm Kgs , 11 Aid q J M J D ' 1 J' Q51 . 1 1, V, ,, , f .- B1 7 4 - " cxfffly ' in 1.- Eegg' . ra x -J 'r . riff I A LI - gp- I .4e4?L In A I ,T f 'K Pit:-lm Q ' '-SSN: .V N ,S Yes, UCSB is cull righr for cz semester, but Volley J.C, has ifs merits foo. rj , :,,,s6-9 We I - fe' J B x ' .I ul. W ggi! X A :Af 4, I H CW N v 1-g:.iqg-h 1. , A J Y' Vg.: ,. - 'FJ'-, -5 H D XE. 1. x, .- ala F? " ": I-ffisf Tifgig-rg... ,Y 3,- g T""X.,...,w-...Ns V x TL ,T ' . 4 J, - .., ,E . at f .1,,:QQf5 , K " - X ,.N15igl- ,V ,Aw Golefcr Brclnch oper1ed5IifE3EeI5EgGl ., 958 -A B ' 1 Q Q -' ' T wr- ' 'hwy T ' . xg S . '- i:LAJ4,'5?7'f To serve The Goleto VoI,I,ey . A. 'Qi 1-f 9- ,X -Y - Y,- Y' f' ' Q I '- .':+ 1E435AEf44Wf3,eT ' A,. ee1X". 4+-.4,- ,,- . Over ZOO brgJnGIies.fin": X 'f1"f"5afi-'l::?gfIT11'rf,QA 5555 37, xr ' 'N Er.. 5 I L -i ' .. 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Rx compliments of Channel I0 State Street Don, were you sticking out your tongue or just licking your lips? You were what? Alright? Alright. Okay? Okay. Paper and Supply Co. cf- 343 X .,,":s-.x , N ' 5' ' Q, JN' 'QR-,yf, 12575 9. e?leG-L'r--- - Ll',.'f,!f ,Q I Q- ZF., ,- . , ,... M ,,v?'sv,,. , ' T. ":'t31',f7 'Zlyk r . -srfy . .gf--., T ' v ii' 'egg ' AF.. ,::- 'z:'.1f ' L iijf gigix-gf"4 ' :-, :2'afi.":.iEv V I .......4' - minus..-5...-u..,..,. ..- ' N I 3755 STATE 6-1606 -3.-1 o X . 2 2 ' 4 Y 45,.,:,v. ' I ,f '. . ll ' ' ,l 2 'ai i 1-3 , l l'- iw . l 5 5 li ll ' H Y, l ' .' f i A ,. - '.-' i if ' 'QLEIQQ "l ,".Ti"ig - 4 1- ' V if . ,l ' V , -'gl A Y -' , Q- . :,.4m.g,,I Y- rx .Ai-'ii ,A B ft Did Anacapa executives finally realize the folly of 8 V employing female ianilors? l ' 5 rx A-, 1 1','f 4 . ' Al V ., ! x 4 K UCSB has c newly-formed Acrobalics Club. l Relax, Dean Groebli, he's only washing lhat hubcup. , 1 i L ... 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Wt " 'C X ' 4 !'rf'42WntQ'5'z'AS'Ii'9f+fw1"ftS Q ti L Y 31"s'g,K'l4MfEVx: V' ltr V: N.. H, - '- ,, , X ' . .X 4: I-J wi aa- ' f., -.-, -4 - Qhsgi-A:54' 1- -.pf 1-X., 'T ff. 4445 , QU2--1, -5155 .-5.-Q. TH ,anus -, :,+-,,f- ' 2. F 4579.43-,f xl-? e if rf . A .1 ,f gf-h Z 8:1 1 -:- Q.: , .,.:x x E'2':17x,41' "T" J fffiffi. f'.z.:'tN-fcf'1',I' ' .FA ' 1' ' '-, " 1 1... ,4'5'F'!Jp, 'Ig-7. -U, J-g,r,,.E. " 'b3?7'.',ff'..if' V.-" 're-1+ ,. 1 r sS". ...xl : '- Q 4 'H' i my 3 i..-ti- '49 ' - 4 DD i .D N0 my M...--..-x.,.w t ' ' ' AQ ,- JS Since 1898 . . . Headquarters for or santa annum nationally known men's and boy's wear Z I I 'iff we WINS ING I J U 4 Ave- ,297 Pme WC- Inu . A I f I ' vga SE I I f WINE II -L II 'III' X xx f I F .. :V -, H I5 I L ITL , Z n.:.s.n-:--.1 , 5 L Yip.: 9. emh, -.Q f 'Q I ,,- iI , 4 IF' 3-,- I, . 4 ,H 49-E . M'-"wr-anF"ia 297 PINE AVE. HAWAII NA G QW. PS 'S .ix X M- 'A' I M."-7 mfs fi -'vw -+ W5 -24.1 I I -r l k I QI H+:-5-. Tia vi I QM i -Q. ILL Ii 9l5Stute open an account . A ff ' f it c I , x , Ij -' 'jk F any tooth paste manufacturers, we have here a lovely picture. the varsity shop Hior men Ntor women -3 ways to pay f A ' .4 sf For any cigarette manufacturers interested, we have here one thinking man. -XCQXQJWQSYQ .D Gllfiifhf L -' 3 '+iT:'- SA fm: af ? .., 4 , B0'9 i '-' lu-...ig . PANCAKE9 ZI6 WEST CABRILLO BLVD SANTA BARBARA CALIFORNIA +h b h -JA V .V A . R' Fh r Maddmolselle Store i 'vu H i ' c R ky s . N if"-A 1 v W Nxhififg- V s qskeub -. 'ln Sunta..tIg15p,am?.f:e: e.'Y"1+n- s - - yggi A 'I'.,kig f,g ,, M. gl. IQU R056 UY OUI' TBPTBSEIITUTIYB Street , id mfg Colegio Hull , I Apartment Residence Hdll Supervised and approved for W QI Reasonable r CARTER off Emburcude eDel Norte . . J x Th pf for this picture is on the barrel ct the right, SILVERWOODS Qj0j!l'flf!gZ!!gA!' QF I a complete svlectirm of cmmsc-lwativo Clothing. . . at cmmlwzmtiw pri 01-ZH ...I ...ns vga? Appl d k g f for all in a flistinctiwly casual z1t1mnspl1v1'v. Lowmn LEVEL 838 State Santa Barbara 6 233 5 SS-5 ,. , 'T .. cfs-.,,1, A 'Q '-'LN Eng' Y . 'X-' -.1 l 6-will :Thy SANTA BARBARA 1117 STATE STREET ' TELEPHONE 3931 College Fashion Center A-T .X Tk-eww KA?-5 694. em-fee.. X f All of These pidures ore of The Frosh-Soph Field Dcly. How ccm This ever replace Thc1T good old-Toshiohed mud brawl? K 'aigfxczf-.1iQ5taxkK V .ce-.-w ' ."Xs'c-trys: gs ce. Y - c -.-- mul- X , .- N .. -if 'F' '- ' as f IE In ia pt tt ,M :tw gli X' 13 V. W . . Ht - l . ii 'S '5 L A 41551 F5 AE rs, -Nr. 1- -4, - 4:-s , --'g 1 P".-S. - ,.r1r2. -.'. ' .-g-2g4.-1, Q,gxLg-,,::z,--s:L..J,.g,-.4 ,, , sihmgii'---Q.."""-+ .lOI'ClCl FIOIS Newest Supermarket 5 other convenient locations Stqte Street gt 5 Peintg 2OlOClift ' 2973 State ' lO4W.Ancrpc:rmu ' 2OlN.Milpors ' l5OlScmAnolrec1s JORDANOS' Wholesale Grocery Division is r proud to serve the U.C.S.B. campus . . . N 1 K Whew! lt srnells like the men's gym in there The morning alter . . . K .gag I N X3 wk s F Let it ne'er be said thot UCSB coeds are not versatile. , 3 ,Y ww wr? 2MliS.i'..' ,k -:'151S-'t-Alsfv, . . Sidewalks are for beginners. ,, gilfkz LA. 1, UCSB intramural tracks meet, held this year at foot of Ml- Oylmpus. 4, 1 The Best In I Q ladies Sportswear Featuring Swim Suits X Sport Dresses Skirts i ul Sweaters Play Clothes i I 2 X 3 ii? si 1 me is 1 iii . Q: : . R N , I z . 1 Z 2 S F I 3 : t ' Q N Hflff K V E l 3 f 5 5 5 1 S 1 Q ' t 1 E t g 1 X i i E X - 1 s Q ,-'-x :": NW t LS QXZF' Fl 1 .-asm. f lib., S 'Q X3 NQQX xg'-'B women's apparel ll'S l BASTlAN'S A 58448 Hollister Ave. in Goletu 8 WO. 7-2l02 CRISMON'S G0lETA MARKET G0lETA'S FOOD CENTER sends congratulations to the graduating class of U.C.S.B. Returning students are invited to drop in whenever they need anything in the grocery line . . . 38 5836 Hollister Ave. Phone 8-3592 l 'Y s 'NH " 'A' , J 4 ' um A ea w ' K 5? F I N 19. W". V' 3: 54' ik 1 '-"'f-2 . Q -.2Hhr'tl,yv e . . . 61,15 K. and Ilumber ,fir-EOigQcalWXAve. x 1 Whof in The World is This. f------- -Q----guim wlMi Aghhhhhhm .,. ,,, ran .. X - . Q K -M xx ' X- Y fx A . '77 ,SX , 'C' A , ,. .w-9' Mx like X:. w-Q-,V - 2 J . N Qx X 1 N 'f -z' ,2 vig: js- ,' - Q .xq-. ,-SQ. , i , X x xxwxx Y: , X9 x X N I 4 XA S fa' W wk 1 Q 4 wi 'vii R Xu I. J .RK-X 52x22 2' 'x' N Aff f fs tif 554 ' - f ,ff L .,. if FQ! f' "ff: W. xx. ,sf R g q X . . I Y 2 -2 " 4 2 A zum? -1 ,L ' V I 14 L - f ,W 1 is 3 -L f Q-' s , - 4.. , , A J . ISSN? J - f 2453? ff A" 4,1 , ' X, 2 yu s Xxuxx k vx wp X xx"--K P. V --Q--,x".,,. x N, .2 2, 2 'X-. '-- 92532:-sw. ' X", " Q X x ' ' !"",v , . :K - . .- 4:5-x x -1 fx s fi. 5 J , N.. , j:Q,,Q3J:W,Wx W . I I 'f TT 'T--A I Q - ' V A "2 4.-2"" 1 : ' ff V- 'Vg , ' A 5F04 Honiaivf kylslve i K ' 924 Sicte Street .- . Q: - . -,fc Q-, .t ,G --,' L 2. ' ,xl .,f5.Ci.j-ix-',, X--' . ,Af 6: ,ji -if I -. Q 2 -A :di gg -E','s'vJ 5' N' -QL-AA-U --Q" H 2 ' 901670. Cdlffbfflir-I Santa Barbara, Cchfomle gg-2 .J ,Lx-.'A'i!P:. WOodIand 7-6419 wogdgqnd 4091 x . X5Xi X - , Q ,A , if-E-'Q I i 1-ziaiar QA 4,,xY E NAHJ, ,JI V ' uc.4-N, LN Juv grgxxy L-gmuwwii W hx: ,VN ix., A A AA K xng jg J i lg ""' W. , FOUR CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ,li 1924 Cliff Drivdw 2618 De Ia Vina 732 N. Milpus 305 W. Montecito 2 --M ' A ve---.N XML vii! .2 2.., ,A 4 PIP' t g teffffw MQ 'A , . - 355' 'xl . F?-, ,, L., .. -. 5 Q.- x ing, You're Putting Me On Somebody must have given me the bird! -iflx '. '- '1'?""2 -ww, 433 A -Pfgci 'Qu-Q. UCSB's first self-cmnihi Levis aren't always the most y . xC.'KJ',,. comfortable kind of pants. S + . - . Hi lating machine, .ex - V- - ,iv ff. - p . ' --,5 avr, A: .lt 3, 0 . J! Jw' The army is trying someth woc recruitmentt Ing new in the way of 2 4 JUlly Inger . . . auya 95.5 x VT ' X f- wi' RN 4--' - ,. -t -- -- .N-,-.t 'M ': ' ' if P ,.. - -----.av L: Q N-tx.:,1p. , . . , ,. .N Q, . Q wx B .gi Qgizfffirf lli 1 :gil wr: xr I -, A 4 K W 4 Ui? Zi gggyffiv its -pwzvxv , W a , Abt, 55 1 aw- ! 1 unit- , I 1 B Q K k X L. Q ' f- R' " - ,. 5 1""Y -f" 'A ? ' Z- W'-Q I I .--, 1.. 1, A z. kv ' Eg:-Q5 y e - Sai? I RNS -. . 't-- "W '12, gi r Q Thanks far coming in . . e 9 Good Luck to the Graduates of 'BU Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 7:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. Northgate Shopping Center 3631 Stoute, on the Son Roque Strip AT ChrisTmc1s Time in SRH The girls hong sTcJrs from The Ceiling of The lounge, A Lo Cumbre staff member, Evy Housferx, lholding sTc1rJ was There so we Took her picTure. "The Amuzing'Volkswugen" "The Spectacular Porsche" I A . af r 'rr A ' '1f" "' N' --7 .. f f 1377-A F- 5. is-,a f, i "MV 3 1 V 125- A' ' . 1' "--.a.17.ypvv't ,, 1 ' '-S in -7 gm' f . -I I -- '--- --' ...J ' .. , I X , K.. ,f-f" -,Y",-V 55"-,,,,'-f-I c ,R 313.7 lf' " KX. A A h ,, ., ' ',v' .lx -f ' ' ' ,X iq . . in , -. 1-5: - -- -P?'.1f' f ., rm 1 , ' f wziif T . . 11 1:-., "--'rf' gm - Sdhi1Tcr1Burh3FcTh'ii" T Zwo. A661 mf - f . ' , . A , ' T E -f 35 T - -- .1-5'-f rf T lm-- g..w.-W,.cm , v-.n...r.mf if---M.------..-4,--v-WW.-.A--3--jf.-...nmf,-,nfmrffaxfugqgf-xgff-nf-q-1-1uwfm.-nnsurmmnmuwnmx-m:TrzTr"'f7"'77"' Mg g- i in-1Wn1rr7:THL'7"T'f'r7!':1 'rf' 3---W ff-vw-H - ' ' ' ' " 4' P 4:f. If-' ,.' som X comrlm A STATEC NE R . Q Q 'wGQNTI 3-ipbiv Q af 'fllllilil 'P.3.'9'5 ..1.?I1 1,L v. :gi ' T 1 A N 5 GIFT Sl-lop ' 44 lnikgd . Rue- ECI 5 M , , 2 - , mx - fx 2 M -Y FU-w fi K - 3 rl 'J ' W ii? V ,, : ' ' f 1 'Y' " f - . ' ' xi .LSI-'U A' f : 5757 HOLLISTER AVE. 3 fi fnff 'J Open Every Friday 2 Tin Midnight M 1 -5. UU ff H in 4 ' : , Mm ff 7-1570 I H life 31? L A ..,: slvfapsra , M .H fi y ' v. LA, fl - an N . L A A . , W ' "'x""-x -fi. 37", . ,'f2f5'Q'f T23 In, ' N.- I 1 .. , 1.4-L-5'-" Q n 711 -Q-3 .Z . hs I .NN Lv, 7 A XQ V fr' 51v.- , :Q-N - rs!! 1' T7 9 Vg N V Y ,-ay , Jw 121 " if-1-v-:,f' Wax '. J I 1' x ' ' ' rs t, - 5 ...M , a n : . -my .J , ,.,.Y-V H-5594 Lili L.- . .-1... 'Q ,-4 -M - lf C".:H- '2- ""'fh.. W2 FREE? 1-A-in FAX s -1-Q. IT i- Large? 441,-1,,. . 'w fagfggwggyxf 1 4 ' P ,.,1-is girl f Ugg: . . , V, V.', .1 ia? I 523 f 'i'11-if H' i2':lii45??iff4 f , , I ' jx., . fffg ' A 4- cn F" fl O cn I- ,z H y Q 27' ' f " fl 4: 4 P I f, T 3 'U :l: .. 5 1 5 f E ' 4' 3 , - O 2 - Q Z Z Q- 0 T' l , N: M 1l 4, .- gg ' . Za ,if 5 Z ,,,.... 2 4 vig T'-7-Lf ,q , .A.,... ,N.. W , k , .. 'R ext Please . . . R R , R , eeee e e el, BARBER SHOP NEBIIS JUST off THE cAMPus IN ISLA VISTA ' ' ' ' opfn DAILY a A.M. to 11:30 P.M. Breakfustfffluench . . Dinner. . Lute Snacks -il""" HV., ' w .6547 TR IGO ROAD e R . p ' WO. 79184 5, 4 i 'R J SX V, .fr -i, 1 .x R Frfrom SHORTY . . HOPPYuiiQif6lN , Q ' ,,r.'-- . ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Words, Words, Words, and much patience from our Copy Editor Tony Cohan. Dona Briano, for all the trips to town, calling Franklins and delivering pictures and everything. The Living Groups for writing all their own copy. lt turned out very well, next year, perhaps a 'lO07, participation program. Pima Hall for finally having their pictures taken. Whatever happened to the first gem? Kappa Sigma deserves a gold star for being the only living group to meet every deadline. Mr. Rohrback found an art editor for us. Judy Johnson, the found, did a terrific iob on the art. She stayed up till 3:00 in the morning and had to give up part of her Christmas vacation to do it. 100 gold stars to her. Judy Hartnak designed the cover. Everybody who saw the preview said 'definitely yes." The Santa Barbara News Press donated many, many pictures. Mike Lee filled in the position of Business Manager in the Fall. It was a big iob. Franklins did last minute iobs, besides all the portrait pictures in the book. Patty Gibson indexed and indexed and indexed and indexed and indexed. ASUCLA provided some of the All Cal weekend pictures that we were missing. Doug Gibson supplied the pictures and Marilyn Kelly the layout for the campus section. Andersons printed the reprinted pictures and followed the most amazing directions. Mike Curry and Ron Baers worked over the layout in Events. Tom Morgan acted as chauffeur on a trip to the printer. Also did a smashing iob on the Sports Section. It iust took time . . . won the award too. Norm, loaned me his car at the spur of the moment without too much complaint. Bob Quittner ,... likes that kind of picture . . . Arlen Collier and crew finally gave up the phone. Mr. Carleson really helped out when we needed it most . . . Gene Mangini did all the ad work along with Hal Brendle who ran all over town getting approvals. Yearbooks Incorporated, Monrovia, our publishers for being understanding and kind and print- ing our book . . . Theony Condos and Carole Formanek for the hours on your section. Everyone at the Alpha Phi house for being understanding too. Deon Bowers and Dr. Kelley, thank you especially . . Thanks Everyone P. D. 24 q5y5:5ngaggq55:.v., ,m5u..:...5s.nm.1:-'-1-::....,.. .... A 'z-ms"-rw.. . .. mmyzgmg-yggg-.5,....5.:.ru-.:g.4:.-'.....:.z-::'f.... .. nrrfznrvrrrrwff-f-fgggfwuu....i..-......-4 msxwlreoa ..m.-:::::'rr1::': H- .........r::vf1'e?--liv'1"'-'f'1 'H V . 'S .-A'- lndex 248 Ab - Ba A Aborn, S.-112 ACACIA-120 Aced, D -183 Acker, K.-127 Acquistapace, L.-76, 104 Adams, A.-161, 194 Adams, C.-105 Adams, P,-198 Adams, S.-180, 183, 207 Adolph, L-130 Aggeler, W,-203 Aiella, S.-199 Aine, B-125 Aitken, S,-199 Alderman, L,-94 Alexander, P-53, 113 Alisch, G.-37, 56, 96, 120 Allaback, 5.-203 Allen, D.-111 Allen, N.-121 Allen, P. A.-88, 122 Allen, P. K,-125 Allen, P. S 388 Allen, S.- Allin, N.- se, lzz 56, 96 Allyn, H.-124 ALPHA DELTA Pl-84, 85 ALPHA MU GAMMA-61 ALPHA PHI-86, 87 Altus, W,-208 Alward, S,-84 Abbraf, J,-107 Amer, l.-128 Ames, S.-96, 129 Amos, S,-56, 98 Anders, E,-198 Anderson, B.-109 Anderson, Ch.-98 Anderson, Cl.-105, 208 Anderson, Co.-61, 88, 117 Anderson, J.-152 Anderson, J.-104 Anderson, M.-53, 207 Andrews, M.-31, 84 Andron, M.-209 Andry, L.-90, 122 Anlatt, P.-199 Anthony, G.-119 APACHE-104 Aquino, F.-107 Arcese,J.-58,92,119 Arlt, B.-61, 112 Armagost, J.-107 Arnold, G,-102, 103, 104 Ash, M.-92, 129 Ashbrook, A.-114 Askew, T.-76 Askins, N.-56, 96 Atwater, I.-92, 112 Atwood, R.-110, 154 Austin, D.-103 Auerine, B.-56, 88, 120 B Baake, J-71 Baccala, J,-112 Baciagalubi, S.-129 Bodion, N.-10, 46, 47, ao, 203 Baer, K.-198 Baers, R.--80 Bogby, J.-118 Bagley, L.-94 BAHIA-1 12 Bailey, R.-208 Boker, G.-209 Ballard, B,-72, 193 Balow, B,-117 Bannon, J.-78 Barber, R,-105 Bardens, J.-51 Barge, L.-37, 114 Barger, R.-58, 105 Barkelew, A,-130 Barker, A.-122 Barkey, R.Y177, 790 Barnes, J.-49, 117 Barrett, J,-122 Barrett, M.-208 Barrett, P.-207 n n . Ba-Br Barry, B.-127 Bartlett J,-98 Bartlett, R,-125 soften, A.-32, 56, 33, 90, 144, 146 Bartow, G.-171 Baskerville, D.-72 Baskerville, M.--119 Batchelder, A.-105 Batchelder, B,-76 ' Baxter, F.-48, 66 Beaumont, S,-125 'Beaver, A.-208 Beck, L.-96, 129 Becker, A.-114 Becker, W.-76, 102, 110 Beckham, B.-107 Beebe, B.-107 Beers, D.-108 Beeson, J,-10 'Begg, M.-30 Beggs, 1.4-122 Beguelin, R.-72 204 Bell, B,-121 Bell, K,-72, 148 Bell, M.-129 Belsey, S.-96, 121 Benak, S.-115, 146 Bennett, B.-107 Bennett, Ja.-108 Bennett, Je,-208 Bennett, Jo.-88 Benson, S.-130 Berezner, P.-88 Bergh, I.-56, 115 Berkas, A.-54 Bersan, B.-107, 193 Berry, M.-112 Berry, N.-84 Berta, J.-34, 64 Bessent, C,-131 Bianco, M,-123 Bickerdike, E.-207 Billig, J.-51, 78 Bingham, S.-120 BIRCH-120 Birkas, A.-54 Bishop, A.-96 Bishop, N.h36, 84 Bitting, D.-80, 208 Bivins, B.-86 Bjerk, J.-34, 43, 49, 86 Black, A,-128 Black, J.-208 Blackburn, A.-84 Blackburne, A.-88, 114 Blaine, L.-64, 90, 203 Blakeley, S.-112 BLOCK C-52 Blond, J,-78, 111 Buaadhart, G.-70, 71 BLUE KEY-47 Boatsman, B.-126 Boddum, S.-120 Badger, J.-182 Bogart, B.-88 Bollo, .l.-122 Band, J.-94 Bonham, M.-129 Bonheim, H.-202 Boraker, D,-180 Bosch, R,-172 Bolhamley, P.-129 Bourquin, H,-112 Bowen, C.f98 Bowen, R.-54, 78, 203 Bowers, E.-22, 34, 102 Boyd, B.-105 Boyle, P.-78, 128 Bozymawski, F.-123 Brackeen, P.-103, 107, 182 Bradbury, C.-58, 120 Bradbury, D.-39, 130 Brady, S.-112 Bragg, D.-154 Bragg, S,-120 Braley, L.e-208 Bralver, B.-80, 109 Brandt, L.-112 Brasher, W.-108, 177 Bray, D,-61, 86 Br-Ca Bray, K.-98 Bray, M,-94, 127 Brendle, H.-30 Breniman, M.-51 Briana, D.-86 Brinker, P.-36, 83, 90 Brisslinger, F.-52, 165 Bristol, N.-129 Brokaw, P.-115 Brooks, B,-32, 72 Broom, B.-122 Brouard, K.-52, 162 Brown, A.-56, 84 Brown, C.-10, 32, 34 'Brawn, D.-209 Brown, Jea.-113 Brown, Jef.-B2 Brown, K.-53, 154, 207 Brown, K,-107, 177, 182 'Brown, P.-156 Brown, Su.-102, 125 Brown, Sy.-94, 206 Brown, T.-90 Brownie, F,-110 Brownie, R.-58, 60, 71 204 Brownson, C.-131 'Bruchner, A.-205 Buchanan, B.-61, 103, 116 Buchanan, J.-127 Buchter, C.-102, 107 Buckley, J,-125 Bugental, J.-104 Bull, R.-107 Bunce, M.-94 Bunker, J.-199 Bunse, M.-34 Bunten, A.-117 Bunter, S.-113 Burhans, L.-129 Burke, K.-61, 119 Burkey, P.-107 Burke, S.-43, 56, 86 Burken, S.-94 Burling, E.-126 Burness, C,-129 Burney, C.-86 Burns, M.-50, 199 Burns, W.-208 Burrell, P.-104, 208 Burton, P,-163 Buss, K.-120 Bussey, Ann-98 Butcher, C.-103 'But1er, N.-53, 207 Byers, J.-129 'Byers, L.-59, 200 C Cady, A.-32, 37, 90 Cailleau, L.-121 Cain, B.-113 Cain, S.-71 Calaprice, J.-126 CAL CLUB-46 Callahan, J.-86, 116 Callahan, P.-86 Caloia, P.-124 Calvert, J.-56, 90 Cameron, l.-80 Cameron, P.-114 Caminiti, B,-122 Camp, G.-34 'Campbell, C.-127 'Campbell, .l.-198 Campbell, M.-56 Campbell, S.-37, 78, 128 Campilio, R.-202 CANALINO-105 Cclnishche, M.-129 Canniff, C.-60 Copper, .l.-80, 208 Cariaga, D.-53 'Carlsen, D. E.-58, 204 Carlson, De.-90 Carlson, Do.-128 Carmack, J.-74 Carmichael,M.-31, 204 Carnes, J.-118 Carnes, L-59, 118 Caron, R.-80 Carpenter, A.-36, 96 Carroll, G.-109 Ca-Co Carroll, M.-78, 208 Cartan, C,-123 Carter, J.-88 Carter, K.-70, 76 Carter, N.-154, 179, 183 Carter, R.-80 Carter, S.-65, 127 Cartwright, F.-46, 49, 88 Carty, B.-107 Carver, S.-94 Cary, P.-120 Case, J.-124 Casey, J.--34, 65, 71 Castillo, R,-28, 32, 34, 46 Cathcart, S.-152 Cato, L.-122 'Ceder, J.-205 'Chalberg, E.-23, 36 Chalberg, N,-37, 88 Chamberlin, N.-94 Chambers, B.-80 Chang, J. D.-107 Chung, N.-131 Chapman, Joh.-78 Chapman, Joy-127 Chappell, G.-74 Charles, D.-107 Cheng, A.-122 CHI ALPHA DELTA-50 'Chilicott, J.-200 CHIMES-49 CHI OMEGA-88, 89 Chiu, J.-61 Christensen, D.-205 Christian, J.-61, B4 Christiansen, J.-74, 208 4 a Clarence, I..-74 208 Claridge, B.-96 Clark, Dia.-123 Clark, Dic.-78, 172 Clark, J.-189 Clark, M.-129 Clark, R.-78 Clark, V.-B4 Clary, J.-49, 56, 98, 146, 155 Clay, Jo.-32, 80 Clay, Ju.-102 Claybourne, S.-117 Cleavage, C.-128 Clemens, M.-49, 125 Clement, R.-50, 54, 199 Clever, J. -130 Clifton, L.-204 Cline, C.-198 Clogston, F.-198 Clover, G.-116 Clucas, B.-94, 127 Cochran, S.-94, 116 Cackins, S,-98 Cockrell, D.-108, 208 'Cody, E.-161, 167, 207 cody, s.-84, 199 Coe, C.-122 Coffman, L.-105 Cohan, T.-41, 157 Cole, C,-129 COLEGIO-130, 131 Coleman, J.-45, 125, 207 Collier, A.-34, 36, 38, 46, 202 Collins, C.-58, 76 Collins, N.-92, 102, 115 Callons, C.-112 COONEl.'S COEDS-56, 57 Colville, F.-53, 207 Comer, D.-58, 60, 204 Comorre, D.-54, 58, 60, 110 Compton, B.-58 Condit, J,-124 Condos, T.-41, 49, 61 Connell, J.-198 Conrad, E.-117 Conroy, P.-61 Contreras, L.-199 Conway, C.--50, 116, 199 Conway, C.-113 Coolidge, D.-58 Cooper, P.-122 Cooper, T.-128, 182 Co-D1 CORALINA-113 Cordle, l.-123 Cordobes, R.-52, 181, 183, 202 Corn, N.-117 Carneio, C.-50, 199 Corwin, H,-126 Cotton, V.-56, 123 Couzins, M,-114 Coowden, G.-78, 128 Coventon, C.-52, 163 Crabill, S.-201 Craig, B.-71 111 Crandell, G.-78 Crane, M.-107 Crawford, B.-111 Crawford, J.-163 Crawford, l.-37, 90 Cress, B.-112 Crooks, B.-127 Crawl, S.-42, 125, 202 Crowley, N.-56, B6 CROWN AND SCEPTER-48 Crum, Di.--74 Crum, Do.-209 Culler, G,-205 Cunningham, C.-108 Cuningham, J.-118 Cupe, F.-201 Curd, P.-116 'Curry, J.-34, 207 Curry, M.-76, 108 Curtis, C.-76 Curtis, G.-78 'Cushing, J.--198 x n Cuthbert, L.-119 CYPRESS-121 D Dahl, B.-51, 103, 116 Dale, S.-59, 94 Daley, Je,-125 Daley, Ja.-122 Danely, J.-105 Daniel, E.-64 Dotson, L.-113 Davenport, D.-198 Davey, E.-202 Davidson, C,-130 Davidson, J,-80 Davidson, K.-94, 201 Davidson, S.-76 Davis, C.-52, 183 Davis, D.-122 Davis, G.-51, 108 Davis, J.-34, 44, 46, 47, 78, 210 Davis, K.-56 Davis, La.-90 Davis, Li.--118 Davisson, D.-198 Dawson, C.-53, 61, 113 Dawson, R.-190 Dawson, T.-182 Dearborn, T.-207 DeBelius, L.-110 DeBronac, M.-90 DeCicco, J.-78, 186, 195 DeLaguardia, K.-37, 96, 130 Delahunt, F.-53, 61, 92 Deland, C.-92, 198 DELTA GAMMA-90, 91 Deltan, J.-129 DELTA SIGMA PHI-71 DELTA TAU DELTA-72, 73 DELTA ZETA-92 DeMartino, L.-108 DeMille, C.-114 Dennehy, W.-189 Denning, D.-109 Dennis, W.-78, 209 Denton, P.--96 'Deran, E.-209 Dettner, J.-44, 76 ' DeWalfe, R.-207 Dexter, A.-37, 51, 80 DiCarlo, M.-131 Dickman, M.-111 Dickson, D.-120 Diehl, B.-53, 58, 206 Dilley, J.-32, 42, 202 Di-Fe 'Dillman, B.-200 Dolan, P.-124 'Dole, W.-67 Daman, M.-206 Dorn, D,-127 Donn, M..-72 Dorsey, R-58, 204 Dotson, C.-94 209 Dotson, N,-117 Douglas, E.-53, 98, 130 Dovan, C.-122 Dove, P,-56, 84, 148 Dowler, M.-80 Downie, P.-34, 40, 46, 86 Doyle, J,-109 Dozer, D,-203 Dragonette, T.-76, 104 Dragotis, B.-107 Drammer, L.-98 Draner, M.-48, 58 Draper, N.-117 Draper, S,-53, 94 Dreibus, C,-131 Dresia, D,-128 Dreyer, B.-92, 115 Drocco, L.-'74 Dudley, B.-92 Duffy, J.-109 Duncan, F.-114 Dunlap, M.-119 Dunn, M.-61 'Durflinger, G.-58, 200 Duryand, N.-92 Dwight, T.-209 Dwiggins, D.-110 E East, S.-130 Eastman, K.-128 Eberly, J,-108, 190, 191 Echols, G.-34, 64 "E" dash-146 Eddy, M.-114 Edgerton, 5.-125 Edwards, C,-125 Edwards, N,-124 Eisenlauer, E.-74 ,... Eklund, J.-129 EL GAUCHO-38 Eliason,R.-108 Elkin, E.-43, 86 Ellenwood, T.-204 Ellington, D.-52 Elliot, F.f-199 Ellis, B.-119 Ellis, D.--110 Ellis, Rh.-198 Ellis, Ri.-198 Ellison, P.-84, 116 Embree, D.-118 Emerich, J.-105 Emerichs, K.-123 England, T.-104 Enyeart, L.--129 Erickson, B,-119 Erickson, C.-112 Elickson, G.-109 Elickson, M.-56, 88, 198 Escareno, J,-186 Evans, N.-35 'Evans, R.-37, 44 Evens, T.-37, 118 Everest, B,-61, 118 Ewing, B.-39, 83, 84 F Fairbanks, M.-114 Fairburne, C.-37 Fairchilds, N.-56 Falkoner, P.-198 Farmer, D.-105 Farmer, E.-127 'Faulkner, M.-65 Fay, R,-26, 86 Feddersen, S.-129 Federman, R.-203 Fedorclrtuk, J.-50, 199 Felmlee, J.-120 Fels, M,-111 'Fenton, H.-198 Ferguson, J.-118 Fernandez, S.-61, 112 a o Fi-Ga Fichtner, D.-186, 187 Fidler, W.-199 Fields, K.-109, 162 Filice, R,-107 Finch, M.-117 Finlay, P, -129 First, D.-120 Fischer, D.-54, 76 Fish, K.-104 Fischer, D.-123 Fisher, N. -84, 121 Fisher, P.-38, 119 Fisher, R.--28, 34, 80 Fisher, R.-207 Fitzpatrick, M,-82 Flaherty, M.-84 Flanagan,, M,-110, 177 Fleiss, .l,-173 Flint, M.-53, 207 Foldare, .l,-202 'Fong, F.-30 Ford, B.-127 Forest, J. --122 Forloto, E.-61, 202 Formanak, C.-86 Forner, J. -78 Fossek, D.-76 Foster, B.-76, 148, 208 Fostre, C.-124 Foster, S.-52, 72, 105 Fowler, S.--84, 117 Fox, la.-36, 71, 105 Fox, Jo.-35 Fox, li.-122 Fox, Liz-129 Fox, Ly.--80 187 Foye, B.-121 Frogs. B.-186, 187 Froga, M.-144 Francis, S.--193 Francisco, R.-111 Frank, D.-209 Frankish, G,-86 Frantzman, A.-59 Franzman, G.-208 Franzman, M.-88, 123 Franzman, S.-199 Frass, B,-74 Freed, H.-111 Freeley, M.-109 Freeman, G,-173, 190, 191 Freiden, L.-115 Freitag, S.-14 Fremling, S.-37, 83, 96 Frenchick, M,-125 Frey, N.-29, 31, 32, 83 rrey, P.-72, 108 rfoduhl, 1,-me Frohling, B.-76, 105 Fuerst, M.-61, 90 Fujii, S.-41, 114 Fullerton, F,--78 Funderburk, J.-56, 112 Funk, B.-58, 111 Funkhouser, J.-74 G Gabel, B.-121 Gabel, N.-209 Gable, S,-119 Goebel, B,-50, 98, 199 Gahring, B.--84, 209 Gaines, A.-72 Galan, l.-115 Gall, V.-53, 122 Gallagher, D,-128, 177 Galleys, G.-78 'Gauuon, A.-171, 172, 207 Gamble, R.-76, 110 Gamble, S.-56, 61 , 98 Gang, C.-120 Gardener, N,-118 Gardner, B.-120 Gardner, G,-49, 58, 113 Gardner, C.-112 Gardner, K,-113 Gardner, l.-127 Gardner, N.-86 Garey, C.-121 Gary, B.-193 Garst, D.-76, 198 n v ,84 Ga-Ha Garver, L.-102, 103 Gary, R.-54 Gates, M,+127 Gearon, B.-83, B4 Gee, N.-121 Geivet, J-119 Gellinck, M,-V74 Genthe, H.-76, 108 Gentry, B.-53 Gerien, M.-96, 145 Gerlach, L,-202 Gerrard, K.-65, 90 Geslins, M.-82 Gesner, M.-61 Gettman, T.-74 Gicinsiracusa, D.-201 Gibson, D.-107 Gibson, P.-40, 86 Gibson, W.-193 Gilbert, M.-111 Gillett, M.-53, 206 Ginn, K.-122 'Glenn, S.-35, 210 Gobel, A,-90, 116 Godfrey, B.-76, 206 Gaertz, M.-122 Golub, A.-82, 194 Gonvers, C+-206 Good, K.-96 Goodell, D.-80 Goodfield, S.-61, 112 Goodman, C.-117 Goodman, D,-104, 182 Goodspeed, S.-34, 209 Goodwin, S.-207 Goolsby, D.-199 Gorder, C.-72 Gorrie, D.-161, 185,186 207 Goth, D.-94 Gottsdanker, R.-208 Gough, K,-42 Gould, S.-20, 134, 135 Gower, P.-202 Gowran, L,-86 'Gralapp, L.-198 Grani, l.-127 Grant, G.-104 Grant, K.-92, 209 Gray, G,-61 Graver, C.-54 Gray, G,-61 Gray, N.-199 Gray, R.-110 Gray, S.-107 Green, C.-58, 78, 205 Green, J,-210 Greene, R.-208 Greenwald, J.-58 Greenwood, D.-54, 76 Greer, C.-94, 129 Greet, A,-203 Greiner, S.-124 Griffin, T.-122 Griffith, J.-90 Griggs, R.-119 Gringer, D,-120 'Groebli, J.-22, 70 Grove, D.-61, 116 'GrOve, W.-129 'Guerrero, T.-152 Guitteau, L,-98, 199 Gunner, R.-74, 186 Gustafson, P.-114 Guttero, D.-96, 129 Guzman, K.-86 Gyllenswan, J.-104 H Hackett, M.--125 Hackeny, M.-71, 126 Hofers, J,-121 Haerlel, E.-173 Hahawalt, J.-201 'Ha1ght, G.-202 Haight, W.-110 Haines, D.-120 Haines, J.-130, 131 Hairgr ve, C.-56, 96, 12f o Hale, L.-86, 119 Hall, D.-35, 78 49 'Fgua1uuannS1::vnv:n1a1n:rr:wn1:'r:11:awnxn1iuwmwnn 1 . ,,egg-54149141ffvg11FAHamannrwrrmrmrzzrrrr'mr7l'1?t?F?T7Tf?1ff!5F'fFF7'FN --v-ggW.,,wm,-.. ....a::fr"5rq,,-4,,........s.,s.1n-1n::1::'m-1r'vNf?11ax,1,4m...iA......,. ,-........, 50 Ha-Ho Hall, L.-207 Hall, M.-60, 205 Hall, R.-102, 124 Hall, s.H124 Holler, J.-198 Holler, N.-78 Hallin, A.-124 Hollor, V.-56, 96, 202 Halstead, S.-76 Halsteen, L.-53, 58, 206 Holtrop, W.-204 Hamann, D.-107 Hamilton, J,-115 Hammock, L.-92, 204 Hammond, W,-37, 130 Hand, B.-128 Hand, N.-90, 115, 125 Hans, L.-94 Hansen, B.-111 Hanson, C,-181 Hanson, T,-119 Harcos, K,-72 Harcos, W,-173 'Harder, T.-207 'Hordin, G.-198 Hargis, J.-58, 60, 205 Hargus, S.-125, 204 Harkins, w,-110 Harney, J.-80 Harper, L.-84, 131 Haris, D.-78, 203 Haris, F.-110 Harrnson, F.-111 Hartman, P.-58, 199 Hartnack, J.-39, 41 Harvey, H.-90 Harvey, J.-105 Harwood, J.-111 Haskell, B,-46, 47, 72, 195 206 Hauxhurst, J.-82, 104 Hows, J.-54, 209 Howes, S.-120 Hawley, B.-71 Haycock, T.-56, 76, 123 Hayes, J.-120 Hayes, P.-42 Hayward, Jo.-116 Hayward, Ju.-117 Headley, J.-146, 209 Headley, R.-76 Headley, S.-121 Hebner. J.-118 204 Heck, S.-123 Helpnie, C.-121 Helvey, E,-123 Hendrick, M.-124 HHendricks, D.-78 Hennessy, M.-113 Henning, C.-123 Henninger, P.-115 Henry, M.-123 Henry, S,-118 Herbruck, M.-199 Herwit, H.-76, 107 Herzog, C.-61,98,102,125 Hess, B.-107 Hesse, J,-88 Heusser, R.-47, 78 Hickling, J.-126 Hickling, R.-124 Hickman, G.-107 Hicks, J,-112 Higbee, S,-46 Higginbotham, A.-94, 122 Higginbothom, Lo.-65, 76 Higginbotham, Le.-35, 210 Hildebrandt, G.-34, 52, 82, 162 Hin, B,-201 Hill, C.-117 1-1111, 1-4.-74 Hillis, W.-168 Hillmar, N.-53, 116 Hinkley, J.-96 Hinote, L.-123 Highnote, S.-56, 96 Hiramatsu, A.-129 Hiramoto, S.-123 Hiertger, R,--82 Hobson, J.-104 Ho-Je Hocking, J-51 Hodgert, P.-193, 206 Hodges, 8,-121 Hodges, C.-108 Hodgkins, J.-53, 207 Hoell, M,-58 Hoffman, C.-124 Hofman, H,-105 Holland, G.-207 Hollister, C.-51, 203 Holloway, D.-118 Holman, L.-121 Holoubek, P.-92, 122 Holden, S.-27, 94 Holder, J.-54, 76 Holt, C.-74 Holt, D,-53 Holtrop, W.-58 Hood, D.-70, 71 Hooks, N,-42, 202 Hooven, S.-127 Hoover, K.-74 Hopkins, G.-109 Hopkins, M,-94 Hoppe, L.-115 Horton, R.-71 Hostetter, N.-125 House, S.-210 Houston, E.-117 Je- Ki Jezik, M.-107 Jilg, J.-126 Johns, S.-96 Johnson, A.-113 Johnson, B.-56, 90 Johnson, B.-105 Johnson, C.-122 Johnson, D.-129 Johnson, E. K.-84, 116 Johnson, G.-78 Johnson, G.-36, 202 Johnson, J.-41, 65, 90 Johnson, K.-120 Johnson, L.-129 Johnsoni L,-58, 88, 120 Johnson, N.-92, 206 Johnson, O.-116 Johnson, R.-110 Johnstone, L.-115 Johntry, C.-37, 90, 130 Jones, B. -76 Jones, A. -72, 111 Jones, C.-199 Jones, D,-49, 88 Jones, Geo.-177 Jones, Gi.-74 Jones, H.-78 Jones, Le.-58, 113 Jones, Li.-36, 88 Houston, S.-109 Houtz, Howe, L.-76, 205 J.-76 Hoy, B.-56, 115 Hsu, 1.-203 Hubbe Hubbe II, K.-90 ll, M.-122 Hubler, R.-111 Hudson, B.-127 Huffman, J.-32, 84 Hughes, B.-115 Hughes, C.-115 Hull, B.-34, 35, 38, 42 Hull, E.-61 Hull. P.--121 Hume, N.-59, 53, 116 Hummell, J.-121 Humphries, P.-56, 90 Hunt, Hunt, B.-82 D.-202 Hunt, J.-88 Hunter, A.-203 Huot, J.-80, 186 Hutchins, J.-98 Hutchinson, L.-203 Huxuey, A.-66 Hyatt, Hyde, D.-116 A,-123 lannone, C.-45, 61, 88 Ibanez, R.-76 llgen, V.-118 lmwalle, H.-84, Irby, S.-105 Irish, E.-200 Irvin, N.-129 Ito, J.-105 Iverson, G,-112 Iverson, M.-130 Ivey, L.-96 J Jackson, J.-108 'Jacobs, B.-208 Jacobs, L.-111 Jacobs, M.--28, 34, 49, 102 Jacobs, W.-203 Jacobs Jacobs on, D.-60, 205 on, M.-109 James, L,-116 James, M.-53, 61, 116 Janks, B.-115 Jarmie, N.-207 Jarrell, J.-202 Jayne, B,-53, 207 Jayne, J.-58 Jeffries, J.-31, 96 Jensen, B.-58, 114 Jensen, E.-60 Jensen, J,-53, 61, 96, 113 Jesup. B,-58 Jones, Ly.-90 'Jones. P.-200 Jones, S.-127 Joyce K.- 1 6, 32, 34, , 8, 0,2 46, 48, 86, 203 Judah. A.-94 Judd, P.-124 Julia, D.-116 JUNIPER-122 Jung, J.-53, 206 K Kaehn, H.-126 Kall, F.-78 Kallmeyer, D.-53, 125 Kallis, T.-113 Kalomas, -107, 194 Kamens, D.-70, B0 Kamph, J.-84, 130 Kantzer, N.-131 Kaplan, Z.-82, 189 KAPPA ALPHA THETA-99 KAPPA DELTA Pl-58 KAPPA SIGMA-74, 75 Kara, R.-129 Karau, K.-123 Karen, F.-129 Karweit, M.-109 Kaufmann, W.-107 Kavanaugh, O.-183 Kavanaugh, R.-126 Kay, S.-104 Keays, J,-88 Keeffe, S.-88 Keele, N.-34, 124 'Keener, C.-58, 204 'Keener, H.-22, 83 'KelIey, R.-46, 203 'KeIliher, M.-34, 169, 189, 207 Kelly, M.-98 Kelly, P.-205 Kempton, J.-61, 112 'Kenner, H,-202 Kenny. D.-58 Keppler, A.-126 Kern, B.-109 Kerner, K.-117 'Kerr, C.-21, 135, 156 Kerr, S.-53 Kerske, B.-110 'Kessler, C.-198 Khouw, E.-108 Kimbro, J.-205 King, C.-74 King, J.-94 Kinser, C.-84 Kingsley, A.-72 Kingsley, R.-123 Kinkley, J.-136 Kinney, M.-131 Kippler, A.-84 Ki - Le Kirchner, K.-50, 84, 199 Kirkpatrick, P.-104, 165, iao Kirschenmann, V.-53 Kisner, J.-84 Kleugel, A.-125 Klug, L.-117 Knapp, B.-49, 88 Knecht, G.-52 Knight, A.-210 Knipp, B.-74 Knudson, J.-78, 190,191 Knutson, S.-130 Kodani, H.-82 Koch, D.-109 Koch, J.-130 Koch, W.-112 Koch, M.-107 Kokos, K.-107 Koll, D.-126 Kalman, D.-110 Komp, S.-107 Kooiman, F.-94, 200 Korn, G,-51, 110 Kramer, D.-129 Krasno, K.-84 Krayk, S.-66 Kringlen, B.-119 Kroll, C.-31, 84, 122 Krueger, A.-130 Krueger, B.-194 Krueger, K.-90, 114 Kuengley, C.-201 Kuhlmann, G.-130 Kuhlmann, K.-109 Kurihara, N.-105 Kurrie, A.-163 Kuschmann, V,-206 Kwock, J.-107 L o LA CUMBRE-40, 41 La Fargue, J.-131 La Freniere, B.-124 La Freau, S.-59 Laird, B.-102, 128, 173 Laird, J.-121 laitinen, D.-78 Lambert, S.-104 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA-76, 77 La Motte, K.-46, 47, 78, 146 147, 148 Landor, K.-124 Lane, C.-96, 146, 198 Lane, M.-121 Lane, N.-98, 200 langon, L,-117 Langdon, M.-114 Langhoff, P,-107 'Lanning, J.-210 Lantagne, J.-34, 207 Largent, R.-9, 28, 29, 32, 46, 80 'laris, P.-36, 198 Larkin, R.-71 Larson, D.-122 Larson, V,-117 Larson, S.-42, 203 Larson, V.-I7 Lattin, M.-125 Lauderdale, D.-36, 46, 54, 76 LAUREL-123 Lauritzen, J.-54, 76 Lavender, K.-42 La voie, D.-53, 117 Law, J.-52, 109 Lawhead, S.-114 Lawrence, S.-113 Laylander, L.-114 Lazos, P.-130 Lee, C.-94, 123 Lee, D.-58, 205 Lee, M.-29, 102 Lee, W.-45, 96 Leedy, J.-120 Left, M.-107 Legrow, P.-130 'Leonard, E.-200 Leslie, L.-131 Letchworth, P.-126 Levis, S.-98 a Le-Ma Levy, L.-105 Lewerenz, L.-98, 130 Lewin, J.-102, 105, 201 Lewis. J.-84 Lewis, L.-116 Lewis, M.-96 'Lid, R,-202 Liederman, L,-32, 90, 117 Lien, H.-126 Liggett, C.-96, 124 Lignon, B,-83, 98 Linn, H.-209 'Lindbergh-Hanson, J,-198 Lindemann, N.-98, 113 Linder, R.-74 Lindman, V.-120 lindsay, E.-127 Lindsay, M583 Lindsted, K.-122 Linstrom, C.-53, 127 Lindwall, C.-177 Linn, B.-116 'Linn, R.-203 Lippincott, B,-72, 107, 193 Livie, D.-96, 122 Livingston, D.-109 'Lodge, J.-209 Logan, M.--50, 120, 200 Lagemann, C.-127 Logue, P.-49, 51, 116 Lombardi, P.-92 Longworth, J.-129 Lomis, E.-202 Looney, G.-53, 116, 206 Lopez, R.-206 'Lorden, B.-30, 32, 34 Larimer S.-53,61,116 Loscutoff, B.-102 Lotts, J.-182 Latts, B.-128 Loughner, A.-116 Lowe, L.-104, 206 Lowry, A.-46, 98, 200 Lowry, C.-209 Loyd, S.-49, 103, 112 Liyd, T.-32 Lucero, T.-109 Luck, J.-201 Lucore, D.-76, 206 Luisetti, N.-129 Luck, J.-120 Lund, D.-49, 113 Lund, 1.-49, sa, 116 Lundberg, A.-111 Lunsgaarde, H.-108 luntz, D.--60, 205 Lynch, L.-56, so M MacGregor, J.-117 Maclnnes, B.-72 Maclntyre, R,-61 MacKenzie, P.-59, 65, 126 MacKerras, M.-53 Mackensie, G,-54, 110 MacMillan, L.-131 MarSween, C.-123 Macurda, M.-129 Maddalon, B.-39 MADRONA-122 Magee, K.-124 'Magruder, R.-30 'MahIendorf, U.-203 Mahler, P.-61, 102,123 Mahler, W.-49, 125 Mahoney, S,-120 Main, A.-198 Maior, J.-113 Maiar, R.-130 Mapor, R.-130 MaKieve, M.-182 Malinowski, B,-125 Malsberg, B.-53, 120 Mangini, G,-40, 58, 60, 205 Manrose, M.-129 MANZANITA-124 MARICOPA-107 MARISCO-114 Marquardt, M.-90, 114 Marr, M.-74 Marsh, R.-202 Ma-Me Marshall, B,-35, 70, 74 Martin, J.-59, 65 Martin, L,-107 Martin, M.-58 Martin, M.-78, 107 Martin, T.-203 Martin, T.-72 Martinez, J.-103, 115 Marvin, J.-76 Marx, C.-122 Masonheimer, P.-200 'Masson, E,-203 Mason, M.-107 Matheny, J.-B8 Mathews, C,-202 Mattern, R.-86 Mattison, A.-98 Mattraw, H.-78 Maw, D.-76 May, D.-41,111 May, J.-125 McAdams, B.-110 McBride, M.-88 McBride, R,-76 McCandless, D.-110 McCarthy, C.-59, 92 McCarthy, P.-24, 36, 209 McClain, R.-202 McClelland, A,-58, 126 McClelland, N.-120 McClenaghan, M.-114 McClintock, C.-208 McClure, J.-204 McCoy, J.-70, 74 McCoy, R,-204 McCullough, P.-194 McCurdy, B,-198 McDermott, R.-10, 34, 46 56, 83, 88, 203 McDonell, J.-1724 McDonald, D.-121 McDonell, J,-172 McDonnell, H.-58 McDougall, R.-78 McDowell, S.-105 McGinley, M.-120 McGlashan, H.-60, 205 McGranahan, M.-56, 86, 121 149 McGranahan, R.-54, 76 Mcllwain,.1,-34, 44, 78, 107, 181 183 Mcllwaine, K.-200 Mclnnes, D.-64, 78 Mclntire, R.-126 McKean, C.-120 McKean, M.-37, 115 McKenna, M.-118 McKellar, S.-86, 123 McKenney, P,-32, 129 McKnight, M.-115 McMichael, J.-187 McMillan, J.-172 McMillan, K,--9, 122 McMullen, P.-206 McNamara, D.-72 McNeely, L.-71 McPherson, J.-123 McQuown, C.-86 McWilliams, S.-124 Mead, D.-58, 60, 74, 180 Meadocraft, S.-98 Meamber, D.-111, 182 Mears, B.-94 Meiers, L.-131 Mendell, S.-128 Menstell, D.-59 Menzies, J.-113 Meredith, L.-206 Meredith, P.-61, 203 'Merkl, P,-209 'MerkI, T.-23 'Merriell, D.-205 Merrifield, E.-111 Merrill, D.-107 Merrill, E.-59 Mervin, J.-65 Metzger, C.-86, 200 Meverden, B.-119 Meyer, C.-124 Meyer, L.-209 Mi-Ne Micelli, H.-121 Mice11a,R.-112, 206 Miilu, J.-128 Milburn, P.-124 Millea, K.-120 Miller, A.-58, 115 Miller, B.-104, 182, 183 Miller, G.-207 Miller, H.-58 Mills, P.-96, 130 Milosovich, J,-125 Milton, Da.-207 Milton, Do.-121 Milum, P.-96 Minassian, D.-61 Misenhimer, J.-60, 205 Mittenthal, D.-61 Mock, S.-177 Mottett, L.-96 Mohr, J.-200 Mohr, M,-86, 123 Moir, M.-39 Monk, B.-51, 76 Monroe, L.-58, 204 Montanari, E.-128, 177 Montgomery, G.-126 Moody, J.-92, 119 Moody, M.-111 Moore, B.-128 Moore, D.-111 -82 Moore, J.-57, 98, 102, 127 Moore, J.-46, 199 Moore, K.-116 Moore, L.-123 Moore, T.-203 More, W.-107 Moorhead, P.-53, 130 Morehouse, M.-124 Morgan, T.-40, 46, 72, 109, 195 'MorrelI, V.-23, 102 Morris, K,-98, 102 Morris, M.-48, 50, 58, 122 200 Morison, J.-128 Moseley, M,-198 Mosesian, C,-74 Moss, F.-49, 86 'Mott ,M.-53, 207 Moulton, B.-58, 72, 205 ffouw, M,-110 Meyers, J.-131 Mozenter, J.-49 Muggill, M.-107 'Muller, C,-34, we a a Muller, W.-198 Mullin, G.-74 Muloch, P.-92 Mulvey, D.-111 Munday, P.-102, 126 Munneo, J.-169 Murphy, L,-131 Myers, E.-121 Myers, G.-105 Myler, 5.5130 Mylne, W.-37 Myracle, S.-72 N Naeble, T.-35, 37, 46, 78 54, 59, 78, 146, 200 Naiman, D.-10, 46, 47, 50 Nair, R.-204 Naijor, H,-57, 90, 119 Nakagawa, W.-148 I -H WgWNWFFmFFFFW'1v.. 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Nakagi, N.-193 Nakoii, N,-193 Nash, G.-168, 206 Nash, L.-110 Naylor, S.-102, 125 NAVAJO-108 NEBLINA-115 Nelson, B.-129 Nelson, E.-78 Nelson, J.-90, 116 Nelson, K.-11, 35, 46, 203 Nelson, K.-117 Nelson, J,-104 Nestor, J.-130, 131 Neuhoff, R.-32, 51, 72 'Neupert, W.-207 Ne-Pe 'NevilIe, C.-207 Newmark, N,-80, 111, 190 Newton, C,-86, 114 Niboli, J.-129 Nichols, Al.-210 Nichols, An.-57, 149, 200 Nickles, S.-198 Nida, B.-50 Nida, R.-71, 105 Nishihara, V.-199 Nida, W.-203 Nissler, Per.-107 Nissler, Pet,-111 Noble, E.-21 Noble, M.-128 182 Nobs, J,-116 Noland, G.-50, 115 Nordell, T.-118 Norris, B.-120 Norris, R.-207 Norton, R.-154 Nouguier, B.-B8 Nuckolls, J.-110 0 OAK-125 Oakeson, B.-198 O'Barr, S.-201 O'Brien, E.-55, 207 O'Dell, D.-90, 115 O'Byre, N.-B6 O'Donnell, K.-112 O'DonnelI, M.-206 Oesch, R.-59 O'Farrell, M,-203 Ogawa, H.-107 Ogden, R.-90, 115 O'Hanlon, J.-162 Ogden, S.-117 Okamoto, S,-119 Oker, K.-94 'Oldershaw, D.-152 Oldham, B.-54, 183 Oliver, S.-53, 120 Olsen, D.-78 Olson, B,-105 Olson, D.-98, 119 Olson, D.-78 Olson, J,-82 'Orias. E,-198 Ormiston, R,-110 Orona, A,-76, 209 Osbonn, N.-124 Oster, M.-109 Ostness, E,-114 Oswald, P.-96, 200 Oswill, T.-108, 122 Ott, F.-107 Overoye, A.-78 Owen, R.-116 Owens, S.-200 Oxley, B,-116 P Pace, V.-50, 200 PALM-125 Palmer, B.-111 Palmer, U.-210 Pankhurst, B.-114 Paquette, J.-120 Paquette, M.-129 Pardini, E.-107 Parker, D.-56 Parks, M.-59, 94. 200 Parlier, T,-88, 125 Parsons, N.-84 Part, S.-130 Partin, J.-122 Partridge, P.-32 Patch-37, 103, 109, 189 Patching, D.-126, 203 Patin, R.-90, 203 Patrick, P.-78 Patterson, B.-72, 193 Patterson, C,-39, 202 Patterson, L,-207 Paul, D.-108 Pax, L.-204 Paxson, J.-74, 105 Pearce, D.-202 Pearce, G,-42, 202 Pearson, S.-102, 114 w.,,.,?...-........z avmrrwm mrgyvyfggxuuzmnxlmrffpvvr-wrrrmm.mnuv-nerm -1511--aura mira ww Rapert, B.-119 Pe-Ra Pelletti, V.-61, 115 Pellish, M,-209 Peloion, J.-120 Pennington, S.-841129 Pepys, C -88 Perelli-Minitti, J,-114 Perier, C.-90, 130, 131 Perino, C.k50 Perkins, S,-123 Permenter, N.-52, 78, 161 187, 206 Perriil, J.-37, 83, 96 Perry, R. R,-82, 209 Perry, R, W.-128 Petersen, A.-119, 121 Petersen, D,-78, 105 Peterson, B.-208 Peterson, I..-96, 123 Peterson, P.-90, 204 Peterson, R.-80, 209 Petter, D.-34, 38 Petherbridge, A.-84, 114 Petroni, J,-114 Pettihgill, P.-96, 131 Plleeger, C,-58, 126 Pfeiler, J-118 Phelps, L,-58, 60, 76 PHI BETA-59 Phillips, J.-194 Phillips, M,-53, 207 Phipps, D.-80 Photoglou, M.-126 PHRATERES-51 PI BETA PHI-96, 97 Pickins, C.-122 Picker, A.-107 Pieper, D.-110 Pierce, L.-86 . Piercey, C.-105 Pierson, Ch.-88, 127 Pierson, C-198 Pieters, B.-208 PIMA-195 PINE-126 Pleasant, J.-64, 80, 206 Fletcher, C.-84 Plumer, F.-107, 182 Plyley, G.-IO4 Pister, C.-92 Poklen, J,-67 Pomeroy, G.-76, 107 Pond, T.-57, 98 Popkin, L-74 Porter, D.-70, 78 Porter, G.-78 Porter, J.-126 Porter, L,-117 .-32, 57, 61, 90 Schnobel, J. Quarton, C.-92 Porter, M.-125 Posey, J.-78 Poston, F.-53, 61 Potier, L.-84 Potter, C.-117 Powell, P,-203 Powell, S.-130 Price, B,-80 Price, P.-130 Pritchord, G,-207 Proctor, S.-104 Prosser, C,-113 Pryde, J-180 Ptoszynski, W.-198 Purcell, .I.k198 Q Quimby, R-210 Quinn, T-124 Quisling, D.-27, 46, 54, 8 114, 187 Quittner, B.-38, 41 R Rae, J,-209 Ralph, F,-198 Rameson, P990 Ramon, A,-203 Ramsdell, 5.-86 Ramsey, B.-125 Ramstrom, K.-129 Randle, N,-54, 111 Randolph, C.-118 Randolph, R.-203 0. Ro-Ru Ropert, G.-126 Rappaport, M.-36, 47, 78, 193, 206 Roskoff, B,-121 Reading, E.-115 Recsei, A,-207 Redmond, P.-207 Reed, D.-76, 203 Reeves, M.-104 Regan, M.-74 REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY 21 Reichner, H.-34, 70, 78, 199 Reilly, K.-88 Reinhard, K.-86 Renck, M,-90, 114 Renfro, D,-84 Renwick, D.-86, 130, 131 Reynolds, A.-208 Ru - Se Rubidoux, R.-34, 45, 46, 49 90 Rubin, M.-121 Rubin, S.-131 Rue, L.-117 Ruegg, V.-120 Russell, D,-125 Russell, H.-198 Russell, K.-121 Rutter, E.-112 Rutter, M.-54, 72 Ryburn, C.-76 Ryon, D.-183 S Reynolds, C.-102, 103, 108 Reynolds, L,--22, 207 Reynolds, R.-208 Reynolds, S.-57 Reynolds, W.-203 Rhodes, G.-182 RIBERA-116 Rice, C,-119 Rice, T,- 103, 105 Richards, C.-88, 119, 130 Richards, D.-88 Richards, Joh.-78 Richards, Joy,-120 Richards, M.-204 Richards, S.-9, 11, 34, 46, 48, 88, 209 Richardson, E,-105 Richardson, M.-201 Riddle, C.-84, 112, 155 Riesen, R.-111, 204 Riherd, J. -112 Rindahl, E.-163 Rinde, D.-109 Rinner, M.-200 'Rippberger, D.-200 Ritchie, V.-198 Rittenhouse, K,-118 Roach, T.-74, 209 Robbins, W.-23 Robeck, C.-50, 200 Robeck, M.-50, 200 Roberg, C.-96 Roberts, D,-131 Robinson, A.--96, 123 Robinson, E.-207 Robinson G,-124 Saben, J.-37 'Saenz, E.-152 Soindon, C.-67, 198 St. Clair, J.-11, 52, 162, 163, 166 St. Marie, M.-111 Saffell, P.-126 Saffold, R.-205 Sage, S.-98 Sager, G.-124 Salado, H.-45, 53, 118 Solberg, C.-126 Salcido, B.-76 Salsbury, J.-38, 127 Salsen, J.-113 Samford, R.-193 Samson, .I.-121 Somwoys, P.-90 Sanders, D.-32, 84 Sonkey, B.--202 Soski, R,-108 Sawyer, B.-53, 118 Sawyer, M.-116 Sayers, F.-71, 207 Saylors, S.-50, 200 Sayovitz, J.-204 Soyword, D.-98, 124 SCABBARD AND BLADE-54, 55 Scarborough, K.-116 Sceales, R.-52 Schaack, R.-166 Schaefer, P.-114, 209 Scheiner, N,-129 Schenk, M,-121 Schenk, W.-58, 126 Schieldge, J.-105 Schilbrack, E.-147 Schiller, B.-102 Schmeitzner, M,-190, 191 Schmidt, D.-209 Schmidt, J.-119 Se-Sq Setzer, L.-49, 103 Sewort, B.-84 Seymor, S.-130 Shao, S.-129 Sharpe, B.-107 Shoughniss, D.-84, 113 Shaw, J.-128 Shearer, S.-49, 103 Shepherd, C.-209 Sherord, S.-32, 113 Sherwood, J.-84 Shields, J.-131 Shipp, G.-80 Shoemaker, A.-117 Shoemaker, S.-209 Shomaker, L.-113 Shortell, B,-47, 52, 78, 186, 187 Shugg, P.-102, 117 Shurtleff, M.-201 Siegel, L.-120 Sieh, R.-121 SIGMA ALPHA EFSILON-78, 79, 195 SIGMA KAPPA-94, 95 SIGMA PHI EPSILON-80, 81 SIGMA PI-82 Sill, S.-114 Sillesen, D,-59, 98, 200 Silver, C.-119 Silver, J.--83, 88 Silvernale, S.-98, 123 Simmons, L.-88 Simpkins, H.-54, 209 Simpson, S.-59, 65, 92 Sims, G.-201 Sipple, R,-109 SIRENA-117 Sisk, G.-205 Sioberg, J.-78 Siodin, E.-126 Skehan, M.-58 Skidmore, J,-78 Skinner, J.-121 Skubic, V.-53, 207 Sloan, D.-104 Sloan, R.-107 Smernes, T.-105, 194 Smith, A.-123 Smith, Di.-113 Smith, Do.-54, 193 Smith, G.-109 Smith, H.- 125 Smith, J.-201 Smith, L.-121 Smith, Pa.-114 Robinson, Li .-96, 1 23 Robinson, lo.-105, 200, 207 Robinson M Robinson R. -202 Rocco, J.-30 Rochelle, R,-169, 207 Rodgers, J,--90 Rodriguez, J.-113 Roehm, C.-198 Rohrbach, W.-67, 198 Rohter, F.- 207 Rogers, G.-34, 65 Rogers, M.-98 Roggensask, Romberg, J. B,-128 -92, 120 Romero, R.-205 Romotf, G.-47, 74 Romott, M,-45, 98 Schmidt, S.-51,61, 112 Schmitz, R.-120 -107, 177 Randle, 'N,-207 Roseman, L.-112 Rosenquist, J.-71 Ross, E.-84, 121 Ross, I.-72, 209 Ross, W.-83, 98 Rossiter, M.-208 Roth, D.-108 Roth, F.-76 Roth, L.-191 Rottier, B.-98 Rowe, P.-47, 80, 209 Rowe, S,-32, 84, 115 Royalty, J.-123 Rozsa, M.-58, 109 Rubone, F.-76 Schneider, L.-65 Schneider, R.-205 Schnecrot, A,-113 Schnaller, J.-209 Schoell, E,-210 Schoeni, R.-108 Scholl, C.-32, 90, 112, 149 Schor, K.-127 Schraud, S.-114 Schrepfer, S.-121 Schuly, C.-130 Schuster, M.-84, 200 Schwonk, S.-121 Scoggins, J.-130 Sconce, C.-110, 205 Scott, C.-84, 118 Scott, F.-162 Scott, J.-51, 107 Scott, N.-11, 35, 46, 63, 210 Scruggs, O.-203 Seoborn, S.-117 sepbuiy, G.-119 Searle, K.-114 Sears, S.--131 Seefeld, K.-204 Seidel, B.-102 Segal, Z.-114, 199 Selby, Sue-117 Selby, Suz.-57 SEQUOIA-128 Serier, S.-114 Smith, Ph,-122 Smith, S,-37 Smith, W.-129 Smyster, D.-129 Snadow, V.-50, 116, 200 Snider, G.-110 'Snidecor, J.-22, 155, 210 Snow, D.-72, 107 Snow, K.-48, 59, 88, 200 Snyder, B.-107 Snyder, J.--200 Snyder, S.-119 -Soenke, M.-117 Sonnie, D.-49, 90 Sorrentino, J.-103, 107 Soth, J.-72, 193 Soult, C.-121 Sowers, M.-118 'Sporling, S.-198 Sparrow, S.-124 'Spaulding, C.-22, zoo Spaulding, D.-105 Spowr, S.-98 Spear, S.-57, 83, 96 SPECTRUM-42 Spelgotti, J.-114 Sperling, J.-125, 204 Spink, G.-32, 37 Springer, N,-115 Springosky, G.-72, 205 Spurr, G.-108 SPURS-61 SQUIRES-51 Squires, K.-43, 86 St-Te Staines, J.-129 Staller, B.-31, 104 S.almaker, V.-125 Standifer, D,-163 Standifer, F.-181, 194 Standlee, T.-108 Standley, S.-114 Stanton, J,-204 Starkenburg, B.-72, 107 Starkey, M.-121 Stapel, A.-90 Starr, S,-122 Stein, A.-131 Steinhouser, M.-113 Stendell, R.-104 Stephens, A.Q202 Stephens, M.-107 Stephens, T.-74 Sternan, J.-130 Stevens, L.-117 Stevens, P.-88 Stevenson, A.-126 Stevenson, B,-72, 189 Stevenson, P.-86, 146, 155 Stevenson, S.-96, 129 Steward, B.-199 Stewart, H.-109 Stewart, J.-88 Stewart, K.-123 Stewart, N,-113 Stewart P.-112 Stier, l..-200 Stix, l.-129 Stockett, D.-54, 70, B2 Stottel, T.-52 Stoikovich, M,-31, 204 Stone, R. Stoney, E -74 .-57, 98 sioney, J.-52, 74, 162, 194 sioike, r.-6, 156 Stormont, B.-130 Strand, S.-98, 117 Strauss, S.-128 Street, C. -57, 114 Streib, P,-90, 118 n Strickler, P.-86 Stroud, J.-122 Stubblefield, J.-96, 200 Stukin, B,-107 Stursberg, B.-74 Stuurman, D.-202 Sues, A.-72, 173, 207 Sullivan, J.-31 Summerhill, S.-54 Sung, J.-207 Sunnes, M,-110 Suraiya, M,-126 Sutherlin, J.-124 Sutton, C.-119 Swanson, M.-127 Swartz, A.-200 Swartz, J.-96, 123 Sweeting, S,-115 Swenson, R,-110 Swift, S.-11, 46, 48, 57, 64 96, 206 Swinetard, E,-200 SYCAMORE-127 Symon, S.-50, 201 T Tachet, K.-118 Taglieri, D,-112 Tait, D.-54, 71 Tait, .l.-28, 34, 57, 88 Takahashi, K,-110 Talbot, T,-50, 201 Tallrnan, S.-115 Tamkin, E.-104 Tarbett, P,-94 Tarwater, S.-112 Tascher, S.-131 Tatum, S.-112 Tavares, J.-108 Taylor, Jo,-114 Taylor, Jo.-180 . Taylor, L.-204 Taylor, P.-131 Teall, J.-103, 108 Temmer, M.-203 Tench, C.-121 a Te-Ve Tenenbaum, C.-123 Tennis, K.-118, 201 TESORO-118 Test, D.-52, 162 Testut, B.-86, 130, 131 Thelander, R.-201 Thom, C.-109 Thomas, J.-70, 82 Thomas, M,-109, 207 Thomas, P,-T31 '1'homas, R.-198 Thomas, S.-123 Thommarson, R.-72 Thompson, B.-120 Thompson, D.-107 Thompson, M.-53 Thompson, P.-163 Thomsen, M,-123 Thomsen, M.-123 Thomson, D.-121 'Thomsan, H.-23 Thoren, J.-120 Thorne, P.-107 'Thornton, R.-161, 207 Thornton, L.-202 Thornton, P,-74 Thorpe, S.-121 Tidd, B.-129 Tierney, S.-114 Tingey, S.-114 Tingey, C.-78 Tipton, S.-118 Tomicich, V.-92, 125 Tompkins, W,-114 Tonelli, C,-120 Toole, A.-54 Topp, R,-200 Torrey, B.-98 Towle, A.-80, 104 Townhill, B.-118 Townsend, W.-161, 165 TOYON-126 Traver, J.-131 Tribbey, B.-111 Trook, E.-59 Troutman, S,-53, 124 'Trudeau, B.-30 Truguero, J.-172 Tucker, M.-78 'Tull, J.-203 Tune, .l.-109 Tunnicliife, F,-162, 163 Turner, P,-86 Tussing, L.-102, 103, 105 Tuttle, M,-116 Tutunjian, R.-114 Tutwiler, S.-102, 113 Twomey, S.-114 Tyler, R.-54, 58, 103, 111 205 Tynan, S,-98, 125 U Ulery, M.-125 Ulrich, G.-83, 86, 201 Ulrich, S.-123 Ursich, F.-107 Usob, J.-80 UTE-110 Utterson, G,-72, 210 V Voile, M.-74 Van Benschoten, P.-57, 9 Van Cleve, G.-120 Van Demon, D,-200 Vandenburg, M.-204 Van Duinwyck, P.-54, 71 Van Duzer, C.-127 Vanosdall, L.-42, 98, 202 Van Patter, G.-78 Van Scoyoc, D.-80, 128 Van Slyke, D.-53, 131 Van Wie, P.-88 Van Vorst, B,-80 Varner, M.-125 Vaughan, De.-162 Vaughn, Da,-52, 128 Vaughn, G.-72, 210 Vauthrin, C.-88, 201 Veley, L.-94, 125 Vesper, J,-210 B Vi-Wi Villa, Marina-119 Visser, H.-154, 180 Vogt, L.-58, 205 Volpe, G.-74 Volpi, D,-172 W Wadsworth, S,-83, 92 Waelden, G.-104 Wagner, J.-131 Waian, l..-111 Wait, B,-96, 121 Waldeck, N,-118 Walder, J.-107 Walker, B,-94 Wi - Zy Williams, J.-53, 117 Williams, K.-39 Williams, M.-53, 98 William son, S.-52, 195, 207 wiiiis, W.-98 WILLOW-128 wiimore, J.-47, izs, 207 'Wcilker, P.-34, 61, 203 Walker, R.-50, 71, 201 Walker, S.-114 Walker, W.-207 Q n Wallace, C.-37, 96 Wallace, D.-198 Wallace, M.-80 'Walters, J.-198 Walters, J.-39, 54 Walters, l..-126 Walton, A.-105 Walton, l..-205 Ward, M,-72 Ward, S.-126 Warrecker, F.-52, 186 Warren, C,-29, 31, 32, 36 'Worren, E.-156 Warrick, T.-78 Watkyne, R.-107 Watson, M.-49, 112 Watts, N.-130 Weaver, D,-54, 78 Weaver, D.-207 Weaver, G.-117 Webb, L.-177 Weeks, K,-103, 105 Weetman, D.-128 Weibel, P.-90 Weiner, B.-52, 109, 181 Weisberg, S,-117 Weisenberg, D.-111 Q s Weiss, .l.-210 Weizer, D.-131 Weld, G.-9 Welles, C.- 4 122 Wellington, L.-88 Wells, H.-198 Wells, M,-94 Wells, S,-92 Welshofer, A.-123 West, D.-78, 162 West, N.-86 Westcott, J.-201 Weslerlind, P.-74, 162 Westfall, P.-61, 117 Westlin, .l.-129 Westlund, J.-52, 98, 207 Westmore, M,-70, 76 Westra, D.-65 Weyand, D.-57, 88 Wheeler, J.-118 Whetsel, M.-114 Whistler, P.-127 While, B.-72, 128, 173 White, D.-121 White, J.-72 White, M.-iii White, Re.- 120 White, Ro.-37 White, S.-205 White, W.-207 Whitcomb, J,-74 Whitman, N.-124 Whitnell, L,-86 Whittington, M.-123 wifkiwm, M.-124 wied-sf, D.-210 wiedef, L.-71 Wiggins, N.-117 wiibfind, M.-53 Wilkinson, H .-104 wiiiefofd, J.-sb, 201 Williams, A.-zoo Williams, Ca.-84 Williams, ci.-127 Williams, D.-58, 70 ,A , . , .. 1 ,,:wf'f-f7frf':r'r-ww-'iv-1 Hr--wvf-"ml-1eemP'--'ofmmfssrf'-1--' 'i'''L'"11i.-:s:z:i:i:c::.:L:1:s:1---i - 1 o Wilson, B.-125 Wilson, C.-34, 64 Wilson, J.-53 Wilson, L.-122 Wilson, N.-42 'Wilton, W.-207 Winn, J.-80, 104, 186, 187, 201 Winnek, W.-126 Winnie, H,-115 Winnie, R.-80 Winter, M,-104 Wipf, V.-186, 187 Wise, D.-78, 110, 186 'Wismer, H.-210 'Witte, F.-53, 207 'Witte, F.-53, 207 Wittenburg, G.-78 Wolf, J.-57, 88 Wollery, L,-124 Wong, R.-58, 60, 205 Wood, B.-124 Wood, C,-107 Woodhead, N,-50, 59, 201 Woodhouse, C.-54 Woodhouse, N,-50 Woodill, M.-109 Woodland, M.-115 Woods, M.-32, B4 Woods, N,-36, 96, 148 Woodworth, C,-210 Woodworth, J.-78 ' Woolsey, G.-54 Wormal, C,-201 Worrell, D,-37, 61, 96 Wright, A.-92 Wright, D.-122 Wright, P.-23 Wright, R.-118 Wuertz, l..-121 Wyckoff, G.-107 Wylie, C.-127 Y Yamada, T.-50, 201 Yamamoto, D,-72 Yamanouchi, K.-51 Yates, M,-204 Yates, P.-105 Yeager, H.-152 Yerkes, J.-113 Yokaitus, J,-115 Yoshinobu, R.-194 Young, B.-78, 172 Young, L,-92 Young, M.-199 Yraceburu, J.-88 Yu, A.-108 YUMA-111 Yzurdiaga, J.-74 Z Zazueta, M.-201 Zellhoeter, J.-125 Ziegler, G,-28, 46, 59, 88, 201 Zimmerman, C.-209 Zimmerman, S.-125 Zinn, E.-90 Zisman, J,-198 Zolfaghari, H.-78, 210 'Zytowski, C.-64, 65 NONASTUDENT 53 , v -x 1 F F L I 254 255 , "W-"' n"?'w :,?'.sf:,::-Lg31g'M-w1,,g'- , , ,. r ,. , , ,f A rr . ,r .iq 5 gg,,,d.-fqqgigmgmwgiggayf AUTOGRAPHS IZOf 261' 3 .4 CI6ILfL0lZ PUBLISHERS OF YEAR BOOKS ron THE DISCRIMINATING LIU 200A5 dIZCOIp0I!lf6d 0lZ7'0l LH, GC! 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