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

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CAMPUS EVENTS ACADEMICS ....... .. . UNIVERSITY , , , SPORTS ........ LIVING GROUPS. SENIORS ....... GALLERY ...... INDEX ............ . . PHOTO CREDITS. IN IWEIVIORIUIW . . CLOSING ................... , 6 ....26 770 754 2 74 280 360 400 408 427 422 424 Cover Photo - Isla Vista Wall Mural I' 'Q' 4 Y J W vag Jug M---M i.1cPL RaMENT ---- - fw- , g F1 A A A . ' - ' 1 w . , 1 , , YUUM . , K ' 'M.,XN W '44, Y ' -- . ' 4- ms f . 21 'fr-vi-. X 1 7 . -. . '. - ' , 1 , v, , , , .. i R 1 Q Q - 'ff QF-4 xi 11" LQ' '41 x d U . " 3 i Y ,, ,.,' 5 - ':': Z2 ' ' - if X- ' 5 -2 3 3 QA ll lariyiw w M . EXPRESSION . . . VA-A l Ei ii?" 7 ' "W 1 Q I I 1 F J N i '-i f J 5 A1 Q1 XJ ,J fr rj' i, ....--4'-' 1 Jw " My , 'Q ' . .WT Q- 4 N-I 4 ,' 1-1'Il"'2"' , f . . ,- ':!' JP"f "'-E if? ..:- -' 91, .. f i- ,:. K .,.:. .,4.f,., ,, r . ,-,,1 1 'W J I':'1' L' 'WW Fw ml' iw,-11 J 7 .. In -IAQ T' ". 1 un - I-v 1 jx N u ns- -2:5 -A ,IS -. -'rd .LA , t .- 74,-5, . 'E'-, .',- , . 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" Kahlil Gibran 3 "The mind is restless, turbulent, strong and unyielding, as difficult to subdue as the wind. " Bhagavad Gita f - - ---..Y . f r I l ----Q:--i. I 11' .Ag Kina.. I I r f 5. .5 r- v 8 X s., .-5 17 - V 1 Y Y , X , ,. . F I W 1 , . . - .,- 1 Lx I v i. 1 f I 1 , -A ' ,w " ' . Y - ,. ri " bl I .' 4 .A. N Q ' , . --all-I . .- - .3 .5 -.L'-:bfi-F!,LY - X - .T F5-5:13. I li '1 - -w " , J. .ff wl:.,L.-'WJ' J Q '-,- , , - I .1 -- ,, N wc ,J -vq'-c-..',,. Q, -.i, .. , .. 1 1 . 1 . ..1,-f-. ..H F..- A. h.. gn - -nk, . -AI -5 I V, -,JL Y Y l, .1-J ,,-1 -5- , -im? ,I ,w v, ,-,xr . .vi Y , :.,L.',, f,1.-- - -1- 1 V A 1:,'lf,:.-.dj W, w 'QM ' "fin -' .-:il 155431 A ' 5'-J, 'fzggaf-g'?1-'.'-2, '--' , L. , h I 1 'Q ,g. Q".:'r.u2'.L3un"T,,j'.f-,',.-1, j f.,- . .I -rm .1',l I ' l Q :-a'-.--1 :.-f- .-- '-- -, f .- .- - SMT-:Q -M--'.!'M GEMM... ,. vi Inj.. ,- - I-M -ll, -I-N V,bA'l,I,.ur Juv, - Y-L-WA..-1 4. 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'75121' . litzxbr I " X 1 0, x W A V J ' -1 g0 , I xqfoiih Y ' x -. v V g 1 . s ' .-4, ' 1 y . , v , 1 v , - e n r J 1 , f - CAMPUS - X 1- Wi , 3 A . n 4 5 Pt f f 1 .- .h i 1.1,-A 1 wi ki ' ?Tig-.5 'fill .l-.nmj 53: 1 , ,I ,-Q21 r ' 44 lfwe-f gd 1' ,."f'fi 4 'icq L- ' 'F 3, - "-I POLITICAL EVENTS FALL PROBLEMS IVCC FACES CONTROVERSY, BOMB THREATS CALLED IN October 5-After working diligently through the summer, Isla Vista Community Council began facing a full agenda of local problems. The first order of business was an open dis- cussion of the policy set forth by IVCC during the summer that IV needed street barriers to control traffic and reduce the number of accidents. Another item considered was a plan involving the purchase of the Perfect Park property after the current lease expired. For its first meeting the IVCC occupied its new quarters in the Community Service Center. ln its new offices, IVCC maintained a small office staff to cope with the increasing bureau- cratic responsibilities it assumes. October 6-The UCSB Fire Department was busy all day searching the library for bombs. The department received nine anonymous calls reporting the planting of bombs which forced them to evacuate the building and thoroughly inspect all eightfloors to be certain the calls were false alarms. The Pardall barriers lrigh tj, installed on the suggestion of l VCC, threaten to curtail business for stores on the street, but end the fear of collision for bike riders. Campus Firemen lbelo wl answer another of the many bomb threats which plagued the campus. 's ik . 4 , gg , : I . '71, . Hx? . Qfifiirf-is ' ' ' J, f Lr- g, ..,,- ,Q s .gq,V.-vu .jawn-rf . - . :f."'-if . Ira. .1-4 .- . ..i.' CONTROVERSIAL FIRINGI ZEITLIN DEMANDS HEARING ON HIS ACADEMIC STANDING October 9-Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge C. Douglas Smith approved Professor lVlaurice Zeitlin's plea for a hearing on his contract cancellation by Chancellor Cheadle in September. Gerald Franklin, attorney for Zeitlin, asked for a writ of mandate to restore the sociologist's academic standing at UCSB. Zeitlin's appointment was denied by Regents' attorney John Sparrow on a contractual technicality. ln his preliminary decision, Judge Smith stated that Dr. Zeitlin was an academic appointee pending further litigation. Chancel- lor Cheadle recommended an impartial com- mittee be appointed by President Hitch to review the case for the University. I VCC I above left! meets attacks from IV businessmen. Professor Zeitlin fleftl, incognito, visits Market Day a t UCSB. A me ff W.. ,M I Rick Thorngate labove and rightl listens passively as Judicial Board members discuss their recommendation to censure him for his activities last spring. STUDENT CONDUCT AS JUDICIAL BOARD CALLS FOR CENSURE OF THORNGATE October 21-Leg Council re-pat-large Rick Thorngate faced the AS Judicial Board to answer charges that he had violated University rules when he disrupted a class on lVlay 5. Dr. Robert Crouch, whose letter to the Dean of Students prompted the charges, stated that Thorngate appeared to be the ringleader of a group which invaded his Economics 2 class and refused to leave. The Board recommended censure of Thorngate to Dean Reynolds to set the precedent that violations of this type would be dealt with severely. Final decision for Thorngate's case was up to the Adminis- tration, but Thorngate's withdrawal from the University ended the question. Many students showed interest in the case because they felt the basis for the charge was political activity rather than unusual student behavior. it P ,f7,, if ki-,mkzffj-wr Y 4 . , , , f. Q -, xr mx, . F ,V M, . 'l, . mffffpgpaf .rr v "' ml Q' f ' x if fl , 1 '3:Q'5"U Us ,. nd ff ' jx ' ,ff I 0 , 1 Q5 54 x E' , I 05. V 'r " 3 4 v w:'- ,.-I. r 'N -', Ak.-.ljighffgfj 'v:?f3'?fii3 , 'ji,,7v.u," 1 .,-,v nf-:FL rw .M , 1, ' 5 X .,,.-, . U Ffa- . ,f....-lf-gqrgg gfifw .,v .- --'- v-vwa. .f W' -1'-"f-." - . -Qv ',,.,fQv,-5. ,Q U-fist' A . J -.H ,- K s Y, ..,Q ff Q 'Ti nv' Q4-w.,. A QL .-. .'-'L'2:-'iii vig --.1 fb . 'Tf'f?5f?:i-'ff3.f'fA3: 'Qf"QW' . , Q hi -Z'2I"f-2-'Ji-w2f?,g." , - .. "Arif-'YRS' "ff?x'?g'7f53QfT? M ,J ! .I '?'sL',2.f5j.L 3ij:fifxg?::"r:-1 ' I ' Q A ,V1g.j.'9-,?.T'f-Hlfmf-fl lqililis i' , ' ft ,V-. ,, iwug -' - - ' 1 3 , ' A a . "nv . ., W . ' ' . nfl ,-'fx V IQ' ' I r b 1.3 .L ' ,1.LA kv 1 'N X T, X I! rg Skagjiiggw, Q-1 M ' -A F. .IP X X 'T -fwflf'-,xi Y I ..-.f QL .. L ,xx X . E :,, , V, . -"- A X 1 Assembly candidate Ken Palmer lrightl discusses his campaign with representatives of KCSB and Daily Nexus. A coed lbelowl expresses her support for John Tunney by manning his campaign table in Storke Plaza. PFP State attorney general candidate, Marge Buckley declares, "More police, tear gas, and repression will do nothing to eliminate poverty, racism, pollution, or illegal wars," during her speech at the UCE N. I4 Q.-47. , ar.- . 1. rr "' e za jin- + if arab si u..-dn.- . 0' . w. f--if .,,. 1-' Il, 'f..j4, 1, - .r., STUDENT POWER ISLA VISTA VOTERS DECIDE SHERIFF, EL CAPITAN ISSUES November 3-Election day was greeted by small enthusiasm on campus. Though cam- paign tables and appearances by candidates Gary Hart, Robert Scheer, Marge Buckley, and John Tunney attempted to drum up student support, only a small number of students were actively involved. Two local issues attracted the most at- tention-the Santa Barbara Sheriff race and the El Capitan re-zoning question. Student votes determined the election of moderate John Carpenter and the defeat of a pro- position to allow subdivision of the El Capitan ranch property. These victories for liberal students reaffirmed the notion that young voters constitute a formidable block. Candidate for Congress Gary Hart ileftl stresses that the Selective Service System should be ended im- mediately. Robert Scheer lbelowj, PFP Senatorial candidate, tells the student audience that the essential message of the liberal education is cynicism. Q . 1 . ,J x HW 4,4 J,-sa. .T.a'.f-"-I-5' . . 'f , v , v , -' 1, : ' x . " ' 7- .. E' V f X - 1' 1 I .QQ , 'L . r ' N , .- fy.,'.-1,vPvU!x'V- y ',-. 1 -. . .J-'i .- .' 'J J 1' 1 '::,Q2,'gf, RW? hr "A '- x , ig i ,Q . 5 P, ' f ""e' , -Y, ,wi ,,,.,:,,,-,fs ,. 5. 11 Ai .F :uk , , n b 'Q ,L . - b U Q.. , Jr - '- .f" av V '.'. 1. " -. -, F' ' . -if ,Q 1 5. -if Ysfaj 'ff:,fz'.fj?Fgt:iii1"iA 5-flick? Ugzx.. , f, ' -'55, -. 3. YV Y 1 ' .F V fl' ' ' 1 - ' in ., if BLACK DEFENDER DUBOIS SPEAKS OUT AGAINST IMPERIALISM IN THIRD WORLD November 12-Shirley DuBois, wife of the late W. D. DuBois, author and leader of the struggle for Black Flights, attracted a capacity crowd to Campbell Hall for her speech about the fight against imperialism on the African continent. Accompanying her was Frank Wilinson, executive director of the National Committee Against Repressive Legislation. He explained in his talk how such bills before the Congress as the Concentration Camp Act and the De- fense Facilities Act pose real threats to our civil liberties. Mrs. DuBois tied the speeches together by telling the capacity, student audience, ". . .the foreign policy of the western world powers is only a reflection on domestic policies. . .and you too are suffering from imperialism." Commenting on the American national experience, Mrs. Shirley DuBois fbelowj informed the audience, "l've been away for ten years, and yet tonight it seems as if nothing has changed in the country." IVCC ELECTION POOR SHOWING DISAPPOINTS COMMUNITY COUNCIL HOPEFULS November 17-18-Fewer than one-seventh of Isla Vista's over 11,000 residents participated in the annual elections for the Isla Vista Com- munity Council. lsla Vista appeared to have fallen into the same apathy of which students accuse the older generation. Besides being disadvantaged by the fact that the Council derived its authority from so small a per- centage of the possible electorate, IVCC faced the frustration of ill-defined powers and re- sponsibilities. Some of the more prominent issues left for the old council members to decide included the reorganization of the traffic flow and plans for Isla Vista's in- corporation into a city. Outside the Community Service Center, I VCC Rep-at large Ed Hoffman lbelowl tells officer Rick Holmes, "lt seems to take a crisis to bring us together and we can't afford that luxury. " The polling place lrightl is one of the many provided for the l VCC elections. rx ,l i:iiN - W Z IIm It Q Lwfwvwii 'Wt gm. 'fbtovufs-fin.. at OM. Cffwk in 131'- IQISIINIYIIR I QV., A25 6 Q00 I in II WORKER INN NIC If lim all y try QC ,F NfxN,II!IrmI1y Q.sss ,t I, a es-.wt . . . . ' e-- Us me- ' .dee-"" Qtwo I t I , ,I rl I 0 .- 'I' l 154' as ,- 2 wi, :.'i1iSt'U'.k,--:,,9...i- ' Q.-V. 'V I . i.f1,'1.'f' '-h- . "."'..-."I'-1' 3.-,isa -my . gg- ,fa wg--Q.: 'fgfgli 'il I ,aff tf,f.:.Y:w 3, 5 "'vQ.f'!i,..,,::, igfgikfitf' 4' , '?4'1f4" f S 1' L' "' .J --'F all crowd lbelowl wasa disappointment to the organizers of 'the NLF "Christian Science Monitor" Editor Erwin Canham ibottoml pro- 'Change must come steadily, but not through violence. " 2 IV GA THERINGS NLF ANNIVERSARY AND CANHAM DRAW SMALL CROWDS TO PARK December 13-The citizens of Isla Vista were invited to a celebration in honor of the tenth anniversary of the National Liberation Front of Vietnam. It was an opportunity for Isla Vistans to express their solidarity, as a com- munity and their sympathy for the Viet- namese. A mass breakfast, a variety of speeches, discussion groups, free music, and revolutionary films highlighted the day-long festivities. An attendance of approximately 1,000 disappointed the organizers who had anticipated as many as 9,000. January 10-Perfect Park was the scene of a small but diverse audience for a speech given by Erwin Canham, editor-in-chief of the Christian Science llilonitor. His address called for a cross-generational solidarity tempered with sobriety. He proclaimed, "l believe the two cultures -should get together to work out practical measures." S5 Lwefwf 451.4 tadla. Q' .af..-sf -ff-1ei-w-f4- X4 -JY, 1- . .., I? 1 V , . . ,., ,A sf' 'X' V- ' , f'wl'4m,e.. villa! I ff' V Q U:51E"'v'?f4-f,--':.,UA fx . 1' ge QQ. , A 'Oni- Jennifer Dohrn ileftj predicts to a small crowd in the UCen Program Lounge, '34 lotis going to happen. " BEHNADETTES SISTER DOHRN EXPRESSES RADICALS' EXPECTATIONS FOR ISLA VISTA January 14-Jennifer Dohrn, sister of fugitive Weatherman Bernadette Dohrn, drew a capaci- ty audience to the UCen program lounge for her talk on her recent trip to Algeria. She told of her meetings with escaped convict Timothy Leary and Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver. She discussed her increasing awareness of the fact that "making a revolution is to be done on all levels: from planning a rally to blowing some- thing up." She explained further that, "We won't destroy the state tomorrow. We have to live and be new kinds of people. It must be a revolution in every sense of the word." She concluded with saying that east-coast radicals know about Isla Vista and "look to it as a real source of activity in the Spring." A student speaker lbelowl discusses the implications of Angela Davis' indictment. Dn Davis lrightl is be- ing held in Marin County for her alleged role in the attempted escape of the Soledad Brothers. 'FAITH IN THE PEOPLE' TAPED ADDRESS HIGHLIGHTS ANGELA DAVIS FUND RAISING January 19-Remembering the large crowds Angela Davis drew at UCSB last spring, the organizers of a rally to appeal for financial and moral support for her were disappointed by the small turn-Out. A taped speech by Miss Davis was played in which she warned, "Those who carry the intellectual banner must learn to carry the social and political banner too. . . because academic freedom is irrelevant unless it can link up to the real world and expose injustice." Speaking in Miss Davis' behalf, Cyrus Keller, UCSB BSU member, stated that her indictment for murder is a political action. Richard Harris of the political science department added, "It's clear that there's no justice for dissenters and minorities, only repression." Mark Neal, Calif- ornia Director of the National Committee Against Bepressive Legislation concluded the rally with, "Angela is not going to trial because she has faith in the court system but rather she has faith in the peopIe." STOP C ON THA CT DISPU TE TENANT'S UNION INSTIGATES REALTY BOYCOTl, PICKETING February 1-A peaceful picketing of Isla Vista's realties by the Tenant's Union was an oc- casion for approximately 40 residents to air their demands for fairer student housing con- tracts. Their complaints were over standard contract clauses about two months advance rent payments, the responsibility of remaining tenants to fill spaces vacated by their room- mates, high cleaning deposits and "iron-clad" contracts. The Tenant's Union instigated a boycott of all nine-month contracts because of IPM, Embarcadero, and Beaumont-Gribin, Von Dyl realties' refusals to consider monthly based, individual liability contracts. The realties ex- pressed the opinion that the boycott would have little support from students because sug- gested amendments to standard contracts if accepted will cause significant rent increases. The boycott sign ia- bove left! is typical of Tenantis Union prop- aganda. Marching in front of IPM, students ileftj chant "Don 't sign!" in reference to nine-month contracts. Q: Becca VWlson and other Americans labo ve! are greeted by Vietnamese children. Becca lrighti carries yoked rice baskets to the amusement of the peasants. A visitingAmerican ibelow right! observes a woman and her baby who was deformed at birth by the defolian ts used by the U S to uncover North Vietnamese soldiers VISITS VIETNAM BECCA WILSON BRINGS BACK NEGOTIATED PEACE TREATY January 19-Becca Wilson, former editor of the "El Gaucho," aroused the campus with her impassioned description of her trip to South- east Asia published in the "Daily Nexus." She traveled with student body presidents and newspaper editors from various colleges in the United States. Describing the people she met, she stated, "Everyone in Vietnam that we talked to has this incredible consciousness in which they distinguish between the American people and the American government." While there, the group representing the National Student Association of the United States signed a joint treaty of peace between the people of South Vietnam and North Vietnam which will be presented to the American public. The treaty was on the January ballot of the Associated Students of UCSB term elections and received a majority approval of 82'X1. ME CHA CECILIA RODRIGUEZ SHOCKS CROWD WITH CHICANO PLIGHT February 5-Cecilia Rodriguez, president of the Barrio Defense Committee of East Los Angeles, aroused the concern of students gathered on the UCen lawn with her descrip- tion of the deaths of Nlexican-Americans during the moratorium march in Los Angeles. Discussing Chicano attitudes, she stated, "Our struggle did not begin with a moratorium: it began over 150 years ago when we befriended the white man .... We told him 'esta es su casa' and he never let go. We have been coIonized." Her plea for donations was accompanied by her insistence that the Chicanos didn't want violence, but if confronted they would fight back. She announced that the Defense Com- mittee had won each of the 50 suits resulting from cases of brutality against Chicanos. Miss Rodriguez concluded with, "The 'movimiento' will not be stopped by police repression!" The large audience labove . ,A '- .A leftl listens fo Miss Rod. riguez' description of the repressed and struggling Chicanos Cecilia Rodriguez ...cf lleftj asks for donations to at t " '31 the Chicano Legal Defense Fund for East Los Angeles. fl-1,1 .f ,L .-1 LS 1 sf .F 'v:.f3!l XS-fi fa ..-1 A.,-.9E"w-1 Lf -X br' HIPS-x qqir , A - r A ' f 51, n ' T- ,.,i. , I I Q Y A y A 1, ' ' if . N ' -A ..Ia."Ug c ' N " ' ' Q0 AA., 'Au ff 6. J . , ' '. S f 36' ' l , 4"iL:2. A Q ! L' wg, r H , L , ,Q 7' "'T" - 'N ,Lf be , .. - f ,Q . . . . :A M K xg? , . f A ' ' ii fi ? 1 ' q I w 4. r Q N-Ti--PJ l M i - 1 i ' ici ,Q VIOLENCE ERUPTS ROTC CLASSROOMS GUTTED IN LAOS INVASION PROTEST February 5-ln an attempt "to raise our con- sciousness" AS President Tom Tosdal called a rally in Perfect Park to demonstrate student disapproval of the U S invasion of Laos. About 600 residents listened to speakers including Dr. Andrew Winnick of the economics department who pointed out the connection between im- perialism, the national economy, and the war in Southeast Asia. Among the other speakers were students who questioned the aims of our government in national and foreign policy. A cry for im- mediate action was followed by the general chant, "Out of your houses and into the street!" A large crowd then proceeded to the ROTC building on campus at which time the building was ransacked and burned by ap- proximately 5O people. When campus police, fire department and the foot patrol arrived, the group dispersed. Beginning at dusk, students again took to the streets and attacked various realty offices and the headquarters of the footpatrol. Santa Barbara Sheriffs officers declared an unlawful assembly and began a sweep of lsla Vista. At the Perfect Park peace rally, Professor Andrew lflhnnick labove leftl and AS President Tom Tosdal lleftl give reasons for immediate, to tal withdrawal from Southeast Asia. Later that nigh t, Sheriff's patrol cars labovel cruise Embarcadero del Norte after the assem- blage was declared unlawful by police. PEACE MOVEMENT CONTINUES ANTI-WAR IVIARCHERS SEEK T0 AROUSE SANTA BARBARA February 10-In an act of opposition to the war in Southeast Asia, a group of 400 march- ed peacefully from Alameda Park to Palm Park in Santa Barbara. Speeches centering on the recent US invasion of Laos were given by Richard Flacks of the Sociology Department and Tim Vasquez of Huelga before and after the march. February 18-Another anti-war procession, or- ganized by the Associated Students, was held in an attempt to show the community that stu- dents had not forgotten the war. Starting at dusk, marchers carrying candles walked from Stearns' Wharf to Shoreline Park. 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H.. 5 ,.... . ,Q U W., '. v Q' -E fini' PEOPLE TO PEOPLE, CHILD CARE VIETNAM TREATY PRESENTED, DAY CARE CENTER FLOUNDERS February 24-Taking positive action, members of the Radical Students Association set up tab- les in front of the UCen to collect student signatures in support of the People to People Peace Treaty which begins, "Be it known that the American and Vietnamese people are not enemies." The treaty, negotiated by the National Stu- dents Association of the United States and the student unions in Vietnam, calls for such things as an immediate cease-fire by all forces, immed- iate and total American withdrawal by a pub- licly set date, release of American prisoners, cessation of the U.S. imposition of Thieu-Ky- Kheim government of the people of South Vietnam and organization of a provisional coa- lition government to organize democratic elec- tions without the presence of foreign troops. The treaty, to be presented to government and civic organizations by student referenda, closes with, "By ratifying the agreement we pledge to take whatever actions are appropriate to implement the terms of this joint treaty and to insure its acceptance by the government of the United States." February 26-At an Associated Students coun- cil meeting it was decided that it would be "financially irresponsible" to give anything but non-monetary support to the financially floun- dering Child Care Center which was opened first quarter by popular demand. Struggling to stay open, the Center set up a donation table in front of the UCen to obtain money for such things as salaries, insurance fees, supplies and food. Starting Nlarch 8, the University decided to underwrite the expenses of the Center for a limited time. The future of the Center was un- certain and was to depend on how much community support it gets. The future of this boy labove leftl and the Child Care Cen ter will be determined by how much private financial help the center receives. TREA TY :SUPPORT UCSB VETERANS OF VIETNAM Ll RELATE MILITARY ATROCITIES lVIarch 3-"We decided to form an organization composed of veterans which would dedicate it- self to stopping this genocidal war by organ- izing themselves to support the People to Peo- ple Peace Treaty," stated a hand-out sheet at an open forum discussion on the Southeast Asian war hosted by UCSB Vietnam veterans. Along with telling everyday experiences of the soldiers of Vietnam-burning villages, poi- soning wells, killing unarmed civilians, torture- the veterans voiced opinions about the invasion of Laos, the Calley Trial and the Winter Soldier Anti-War meeting in Detroit. "l was ashamed for years of what I did," said former paratroop- er Dennis Gay, adding, "I was a product ofthe system. Now I'm fighting the system." , . ' 13-ab , Q.. ea. me "The My Lai massacre is not an isolated incident, it goes on every day, "states Vietnam veteran Rick Thorngate itopl. Former from New York, Allard Lowenstein iabovel explains to students, "lt's sick reasoning to stay in Vietnam just because 46,000 soldiers been killed there already. " 'ini 'l?,m .tml T3 2 l' 15 ity E l ri ei FLOURNOY, LOWENSTEIN STATE FINANCES DISCUSSED, NlXON'S STRATEGY BLANIED lVlarch 4-The day before Governor Reagan warned that California may face bankruptcy, State Controller, Houston Flournoy spoke to a crowd of UCSB students on "Education, Wel- fare and the State Budget." A moderate Repub- lican and former state assemblyman, Flournoy warned that the State could face a S50 million deficit in September if the legislature did not take appropriate action. He also forewarned that Californians may face tax increases every year or every other year. Nlarch 5-Specializing in congressional and soc- ial reform programs, former Democratic con- gressman Allard Lowenstein of New York stopped to speak at UCSB as a part of his tour of American colleges. Just returned from Southeast Asia, Lowenstein accused the Nixon Administration of following the war policies of President Johnson. Organizing support a- gainst Nixon for the 1972 election, the former leader of the "Dump LBJ" movement of 1968 urged students to have faith in the elector- ial system. State Controller Houston Flournoy lleft and above! outlined plans for trimming the State's budget. ANTI- WAR CONFERENCE STATEWIDE MEETING AT UCSB FOCUSES ON PEOPLE'S PEACE April 2-4-To rally support for a national anti-war offensive scheduled for the first week in lVlay, over 200 delegates from state- wide peace organizations held a three-day con- ference at UCSB. AS President Tom Tosdal defined the goals of the gathering as implemen- tation and enforcement of the People to People Peace Treaty as well as relating the war in Vietnam to racism, sex and poverty. The meetings were to be the first step in the forging of a forceful, statewide coalition. Banning Barret, Asian Editor of "Ram- parts," led a teach-in on the war in which he went beyond the usual war rhetoric to cite new reasons for our involvement in Southeast Asia. The success of the conference was jeopard- ized by. members of the Marxist Workers League who attempted to gather support for abandoning the original mission of the con- ference to work for revolutionary ends. A member of the Pacific Studies Institute fright! leads a workshop on the injustices of the Asian War during the Conference. Co-ordinator for UCSB Steve Stickney fbelowj works in the conference head- quarters in the UCen. ' - a. . 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Held during registration week, it provided new students with an opportunity to become acquainted with their new surroundings and make new friends. Rebysont allowed students to find out what life at the campus by the sea would be like by presenting an intensive schedule of parties at various locations on campus, the beach, and Isla Vista. Tours of the facilities on campus including the library, the administration build- ing, the health center, and the Ucen book- store gave the students a preview of services they would be taking advantage of during the school year. Joan Hoffman, director of Reby- sont, said the overwhelmingly favorable re- sponse to the program is an indication that the modifications she introduced were needed. Two students frigh tj put up an events poster as part of the campaigning to make new students aware of Arts and Lectures presentations Students ibelowj stop at Rebysont tables to get information about organizations. 5-,PIB AND , 5 fT1eFr?51'2,,,-W 5939 ,gli t lg to I V J' ,f-,1:f,- a "Af1x!5Ff'lIpf'E X A I' P' 3 Y-- I . ,flllfil FFJII 1 " '-' . i ,I The Open Theater Company fabovel spent many hours working together as a group. Yvonne Loriod fleftl plays Debussy's "Etude pour les arpeges composes." NEW SEASON PIANIST AND OPEN THEATER GIVE MOVING PERFORMANCES October 9-French pianist Yvonne Loriod and her husband, composer Olivier lVlessiaen, initi- ated the concert season for 1970 at UCSB. The couple performed a recital of works by Mozart and Debussy as well as original works by Nlessiaen. October 9 - 11-After a successful run this summer, the Open Theater Company returned to carry on in its unique way. Based on the concept of collective exploration, the actors, playwright, director, and designer came to- gether to evolve a theatrical experience. Begin- ning with the idea of search, they worked to discover new ways of exploring the familiar. 4'-1 -'Z'-1 VN 'ff-.mg-'.r, ' .jgacsxty---N.,, --V W x-XX - Q -' 1 Zf Q J . .f' 5 5 ,-rf 1?- ,, e .-f""' .ff 1 'x A' .. - I' , l Q .fF ,,,-fa' li' .,.-get i- :,.. - Q 1 , --q It .Ca- Q-...,:'-1-':':,p -, D . X 'Q ' .W Flaw! , Iliff? Y fri!! I 1 'J ,' - -:U f Jinwma J jf .law -A'-A ' :E Q' lf! YQ 'Z If ' Jr , ' ntgrzjf' ' wr' p r il- - . I qv ua- WH A prospective student and her par- ents ileftj explore the UCSB campus on University Day. The Guarneri String Quartet fbelowl was recently described in the New York Times as having "no superior on the world 's stages." 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Baritone Nlaurice Allard, pianist lVlartin Katz, and dancer William Couser presented a pro- gram of works by Purcell, Schubert, Debussy, Poulenc and Ravel. The joint concert was one in a series of exchanges meant to bring faculty artists from the various UC campuses to Santa Barbara. Maurice Allard Krigh tl and Martin Katz fbelowi, bo th of the Music Departmen tat UC Irvine, perform a piece by Schubert in their concert in Lotte Lehmann Hail. F. I r .. I l -tsfweef, N : ' l , I- -4......-, .- ., l5i'rvi','U G'-'Ha-+A-: V l"'P- 11.4.1-,H Q , Ll" . 'HT' .Q-,,. ?'7'2iZ4 . lg " "" L..,-.3L.2. P X4 , V iq,-" --,, ul : ' . -+-Q "f'f'f '1 -:u+.,f - l- .- ,qfvfug .2,,,4."" , 1 M ' "1 - 35511. V. . " "fm-V. i f?5,aw1:-,C William Couser labove and leftl maneuvers through his creation to the music of Ravel. -W ,, kg A . ! M- H H ' -'SIX--L 1- 1 ., 83 -oh N N-.,4 4 ,Q r, f Q 5 E 1 V 1 345 -:mx .cg A 2-fi: Q12-3 iff: nc I " 1 l 425 , ,awg 35 .x.5, if 'F up-., ' f' 1 35' ,Q :L , Eg sa 5 . 1 M,1:f1,fL Liu W ' 591. Q. W ,kiiwzf ,L me 5-Q , Sm . ,xx 4 , mf: s., W ,,.., , 4 ,.,, , '18 r' .4 v ,f ., - W ggi? Q -1 fi, 5 jg -if Kg 2 ive, , ' E' Q ' -A , f' W' M . . N Af' ' r , 'R NX ' 'L 5 - -:N Y ' 97 V ' A ' 3 Q 1. Q '-ajax Making its first concert tour of the United States the Czech Chamber Orchestra labove and leftl demon- strates technical excellence. STRINGS, DANCE CZECH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, KINETIC PANTOMIME PRESENTED February 1-Under the direction of Joseph Vlach, professor of the violin at the Academy of Music in Prague, the Czechoslovakian Chamber Orchestra performed in Campbell Hall. The program consisted of an Adagio and Fugue by Ivlozart, a complete ballet score of Stravinski, and a seranade by Joseph Suk. February 2-Choreographer in residence, Charles Weidman, presented a demonstration and lecture. He spoke on vvhy and hovv the American modern dance came into being. Dressed for the occasion, the couple iabovej is served at the seven course dinner. Guests fright! register with a member of the Chinese Students' Association for the banquet. Qu- sf' U .O GM pac CULTURALAWARENESS CHINESE STUDENTS PRESENT TRADITIONAL ENTERTAINMENT February 5-6-In order to raise money for their organization and to increase the community's awareness of their rich cultural heritage, the Chinese Students' Association sponsored two nights of entertainment. A variety program was held in Campbell Hall in which the spectacular lion dance was performed. A Chinese movie, "Temptation" was shown. The festivities were highlighted by a banquet in De La Guerra din- ing commons featuring traditional oriental cuisine and an after dinner floor show. A dancer fleftj demonstrates an age-old technique which has been passed down through the generations. Traditional Chinese music ibelowl is played after the banquet. eu- Be 'nfs 19? is " "JZ eff- . L 1.5, 3: , .Q i ,, A L Y :Ha l . , A N E . ,A . L A Y SX 5 1. ,, ,QQ '- -' J J' K I gli: ,A . 'K 5 Q32 A Q '-. mx "'k-'Xygx k Q IV? , I 5 1 1 1 4 L a n x 3 M- ' tt rx A -411 5 , - 5 ' ,fa f U 0 of f I W X "' In Sy' -9 1 CAPACITY CROWD JOHN SEBASTIAN CONQUERS UCSB WITH MELLOW SOUNDS February 7-John Sebastian, accompanied by Poco and Jo Mama, performed to a sellout crowd in Robertson Gymnasium. Despite over- crowding and a faulty public address system, the concert was well accepted. Highlighting the performance were Poco's "Nobody's Fool" and an encore by Sebastian playing the harp. ln addition, songs made famous by Lovin' Spoonful, the group Sebastian emerged from, drew a favorable response from the aproxi- mately 2,550 people in the gym. John Sebastian lleft and belowl blends his smooth sound with traditional rock and country rhythms. Jo Mama lbelow leftl is a recent entry into the music worlai g-i,-lr r K Charles Bettis, Randy Stewart, Eddie Cooper and Ed Fisher labovel portray the contrast between young and old in the ghetto. As Theo, Mr. Parker, and Adele, the players lrigh tl illustrate traditional sibling hostility DRAMA, CONCERT ELDER'S 'CEREMONIES,' STRING VIRTUOSOS ARE PRESENTED February 9-13, 16-20-Lonne Elder's critically acclaimed drama "Ceremonies in Dark Old Men" was presented by the Drama Depart- ment. Under the direction of Dr. Floyd F. Gaffney, the players, including Ed Fisher as lVlr. Parker, Randy Stewart as Theo, and Pat Briggs as Adele, recreated the struggles for daily existence by Blacks in Harlem. The play, performed in the Arena Theater, was set in a combination barber shop-apartment de- signed by David Bowman. February 10-Pianist Landon Young and Peter Mark, playing the viola, performed in Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall as part ofa series of free faculty concerts. Selections by Brahms, Hayden, Mozart and Shubert were played as solos and as duets. Highlighting the concert was their rendition of Hayden's "Sonata for Piano and Viola." ,1- AAT? fl .X l 1 X -,- ,J 1 '-'X -'J ls.. fn. 1 --any va 9'5I'f'f'473 ,W -VT: ' I 'f' 31-2'f1':'11ll'll1l"4 ' -lzQg,f,.'.1 1 H14 1 n':l',lf'lf,f I '1'f'l , '?',ol:,ff::',4Q,ff,' ff. . "'v"l"a"l' ' 'I 'o yu' gl ,f 0 'n,'r, ml'1 In "."A ll 1 1 ,I 1 ...:. -4 I ,' '-"S' 'J '.a 1, , '. t4? jg, 'O ,ala M., 1,4 Qs. , , SQ Fx' Doug Kearney and June Clark itopl lperform surgery in a skit from Road- runner Revuefvvhich is announced by'e'Rich Procter and Sharon Levingston ltop nigbtl. Cast members, Jim Blodgett, Rich Procter, Sue Hunter and Gary Smith iabovel rehearse for the show which ran four nights. . .--4 , Qf if 1 XXX 1 A' 1 E15 Lljiif fhflf u 13,55 'A 'Q xx Q 2 ,jf 1 -V , M. N ,mf X ' N A hw A ,- . " lx 'fi' r 0 , b 45, :L 5 . R -..gn x K ALR' is " k A . 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The collection was organ- ized by David Kunzle ofthe art history faculty. lt was an updated version of a show originally held in 1968 in lVlilan, Italy. February 26-Phil Ochs appeared in Campbell Hall in a benefit for the Santa Barbara Legal Defense Fund and the Strategic Hamlet news- paper. His anti-establishment songs, including "Pleasures of the Harbor," were met with the enthusiastic approval of the UCSB audience. S 4., -ff Y 'ff .5,,,. I fl .PM 3' af' " " . if 11- 1 4 .si-'Th ' 'ffiw . lg"?7-' .t"T. . sglttli lr fat!f'S27l1E':lm2fif5' -fs' V .F 'TS-w " , --Q' X .J .'-'la . Y U T . H ... A? YOU CAN GIITTO FMS' Wx -.Li .- V' 's vi" -fi .' r v l l -A S J! ' be W 1 W T5 5,L1 7- ' nf- uf. if i J ifg".,4'.b..j',,4 ,, '52,g"'x1'! ar n - , 74 555-Fir " 4- fit 'Trix 'N Ya 'Q wal- .s 1 7:3 1 d w--r 55: ' LA 1 F' v I , r 4 4 1 5'-f Q 'ff 'vip Ari,-,s'i1'I iff! "4Qfl:f-:ad - -fl- . X - '- -if ,Q :,gf,g,,Ay, ' W Y . A, 2 -ll L Q I' ai.. J .Ya Visitors to the Art Galleries are en tranc ed by the controversial posters on view. 9, 'RD N Q' A vi 1 u -i4L?D KPRH 4 4-4 1. JI Ei 34 f I f 1 I 1 P ' , NJ! " qklliii 2 ,-x., Nr.- xjs it f Zi' Vladimir Ashkenazy ileftl, celebrated Soviet pianist, expresses his love of mu- sic through the medium of the concert piano. IBSEN, ASHKENAZ Y UCSB STAGES 'PEER GYNT,' EXILE BRIDGES CULTURE GAP February 26,27, lVlarch 3-6-Peer Gynt runs, stumbles and leaps into bizarre experience in his search for self. Henrik lbsen's play was directed by Michael Addison of the Drama De- partment. The gigantic production, featuring the largest cast ever at UCSB, was staged on a multi-level set designed by David Byron Sack- eroff, with costumes by Robert D. lVlorgan. February 27,28-Playing to acapacity audience in Campbell Hall, soviet exile Vladimir Ash- kenazy demonstrated his virtuosity on the pia- no. The concert of familiar works by Chopin, Beethoven, Brahms and Mozart was well receiv- ed. When asked how long such works-would last with ceaseless repetition, he replied, with conviction, "l think it will last forever." , 15 Tw, f L2 AN f ,.-.. , vikr SMF? "' ' . L ff E?" M WR, w M-1,25 'Q bf , 4-' , 1, A 'Qfwng:.,' -' , I DMMBOISE, UNIVERSITY GROUP WEEK OE CONCERTS FEATURES CLASSICAL, MODERN DANCE Nlarch 2-6-Primier Danseur of the New York City Ballet, Jacques d'Amboise presented five evenings of classical ballet in Lotte Leh- mann Hall. Sponsored by the College of Cre- ative Studies, the performances were free of charge, providing Santa Barbara audiences with a rare opportunity to see this exquisite art at its best. Nlarch 3-6-A desire for greater intimacy and audience rapport led the University Dance Group to the three-dimensional environment of the arena Theater for its concert this year. The performance was highlighted by guest choreographer Charles Weidman's work en- titled "Brahms Waltzes." , Marc Smith, Robert K0- vich and Carolyn Wheat- ley ileftl of the University Dance Group prepare for their VWnter Ouarter con- cert. l tzhak Perlman lbelo wl plays Charles lve's Sonata No. 2 as part of his concert repertoire. Dancers lrightl utilize scenic elements as an extension of form. SPRING EVENTS MUSIC, MODERN DANCE, SATIRE BROUGHT TO SANTA BARBARA April 17-South Coast Repertory Theater per- formed a rock musical on the timely theme of ecology. April 20-22-The lVlodern Dance Residency Series continued with the appearance of Pearl Lang and her company of twelve talanted dan- cers at UCSB. Nlay 2-Young Israeli violinist Itzhak Perlman appeared in concert. 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X ff Dr: Adams ltop rightl believes, "We have scarcely begun to experiment with curriculum in the ways in which our resources allovv " His popularity is demon- szatejl by students' willingness to give to the Adams Blood Drive I top left and a ove. DR. LARRYADAMS OUR HUMAN IDENTITY REQUIRES FREEDOM TO BE FULFILLED The American university is caught and torn in the conflict between the nation's professed humane democratic values and its institutional realities of imperialism and careerism. The university's prospects for calm are-and should be-no better than the prospects for an end to American military aggression or the hopes for justice of the weakest and poorest Americans. But the university's chances for freedom from physical violence are improving as a growing number of radicals come to accept the value of the university found in its most traditional image: a place for thought, criticism, exper- imentation and persuasion. lt would be a tragic error, however, to suppose that the decline of violence signals that all is well in the univer- sity. Disaffection and discontent remain strong. Political science is split today over the nature of its goals and performance. Dis- sident political scientists raise several chal- lenges: Hasn't description of the existing American social and political order often amounted to an implicit defense of it? Haven't we political scientists neglected our Enlighten- ment heritage of social criticism, of study of the ways in which the system isn't working? If we accept the mandate of the Enlighten- ment, that our human identity requires free- dom for its fulfillment, then political science is vital to an improved human future. gl ,awed bien-l A-L lag fleece, j s'-,siv--H, 4 ,JZ is H., 1 . Dn Nash lbelowl, a popular and demanding history profes- sor, advocates serious consid- eration be given to environ- mental preservation problems. ln a raft, lll'ash fright! shoots rapids on the Colorado River. on. Roofnicic NA SH UNIVERSITY MUST ELIMINATE MIND POLLUTION PROBLEM Today's most serious environmental problem is mind pollution. This contamination of thought is the result of mankind's forgetting that man is a member, not the master, of the environ- ment's intricate skein of living and non-living things. Aldo Leopold identified the problem as the absence of a system of ethics regarding the environment like the one that governs relationships between men. Hope in this predicament lies in the possibility that the same intelligence that threatens the environ- ment can now be enlisted to save it. The Environmental Studies program is designed to produce a citizenry that is knowledgeable concerning the biophysical environment and its problems, and motivated to work to- wards their solution. In the belief that our University can serve no higher cause than protecting and improving the quality of life, we offer Environmental Studies as an antidote to the problem of wide-spread mind pollution. Q13 st.. ,. A P" .U N if r 'II ILT ' U -, 0' it A ..4?y7i,na . " "'f"m "mf,- 1 , W, DR. L YNNE RIDDLE THE UNIVERSITY MUST NOT BE A DEHUMANIZING EXPERIENCE With utter revulsion I witness daily the truth of John Seely's statement that . .the school is the principal instrumentality for cutting out the souls of children." This is exactly what our state institutions of higher education are geared for. We strip students naked of any remnants of self identity and re-clothe them in certificates based on their ability to produce and consume objects. But the students are not the only ones being maimed. The entire uni- versity community seems populated by desper- ate individuals hoping to matter, hoping for some affirmation of their beings. We spend eternity by the mailbox waiting, empty, im- potent, for the postman to deliver some type of announcement-"Congratulations .... " No, there is nothing new in the discovery of institutional objectification and alienation. But what is new to me is this: the university is not responsible. As Simone Weil reminds, "Obligations are only binding on human beings. There are no obligations for col- lectives .... " Universities can't have responsi- bilities. lf there is no compassion, no trust, no love in the university it is because we are not compassionate, trusting or loving. We come to the university each day searching to take for ourselves what we are unwilling to give. Whatl want most to share with my students and colleagues is the realization that there is no dignity in institutions, no dignity in cer- tificates, no dignity in roles or jobs. Only individuals have dignity. What is revolutionary is the awareness of the constant possibility to create dignity, to choose not to take part in the destruction of another's spiritual aspiration and the opportunity at such realization to renew human potency through loving acts. That, for me, is the obligation for all of us who are the university. Dr: Lynne Riddle lleftl, a lecturer in the Ergonomics department, is one ofa new breed of teachers who are attempting to personalize univeristy education to try to help alleviate the alienation most students Und WELL, NIGHT TEACWNGAT HE omsse TO A umveksrrv THIS CARRIES MANY. MORNQNGI I KNOW RESPONSIBIL- ' HAVE mes OTHER A CLASS um. THAN ACTUAL CLASSROOM LECTURSNG! .. -1 fbvk Mwxlclj I , ,X of A ' C Luang A 117 My TWV' fr ,1 . ,W 1' ' 9 1 X 1.Jq r , ' A .,, X: I, uri tm-JSA ax 1 Rua 9 Q, x 7 m K ' A jg sa x JL"1.i ' if I 'if wi K -- x QQ, Luj W-2 ' viii? 1" ,h:'f ' 4 Q1 si rl' qygl, 'r A 5 V ff., N wr -PQ, I 7, .m 43' fx. . 'fbyv ',I1!'!FiLi:4X1X ff 5155 . wif, ??ll5Ha4i1.':" iff N fig' ' wif 53l,lu.f , f r V M155 ' 4 f Q 1 nl'4"' Cs' f. 6' N b- X., XAXKN The Gallery Annex ltop leftl provides a space for graduate students to exhibit their work. Students labovel work independently in one of the painting studios. An instructor lleftl observes the progress of his class. ART LIMITED FACILITIES FORCE CUT IN STUDIO ENROLLMENT Due to the enormous demand for art studio classes and the limited facilities, the Art Department has been forced to restrict its enrollment this year. To the disappointment of many, non-major classes can no longer be offered. A new course was added this year called Stratified Lithography. Taught by Howard Warshaw, the purpose of the course is to experiment with the modern techniques of offset printing to create original graphic art. Throughout the year many varied exhi- bitions were held in the Art Galleries. During fall quarter there were exhibits of contempo- ary black art, revolutionary posters and African art as well as the annual faculty exhibit. 119 A perplexed botany student labovel concentrates on his lab work. Dr. Harbury Irightl, department chair- man, lectures his biochemistry class. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRANT FURTHERS GENETIC STUDIES For students interested in the field of medi- cine, a major in the Biological Sciences De- partment is perhaps the most useful offered at UCSB. Other graduates from' the depart- ment may work for governmental agencies or they may go into teaching and research. Recently Professor Ellis Englesberg was awarded a grant of S120,000 by the National Science Foundation to further his studies of the positive regulation of gene activity in the bacterium Escherichia Coli. Two new additions to the curriculum of interest to non-majors are a special section of Biology 20 which concentrates on environ- mental problems and Contemporary Natural Science which is offered in conjunction with the departments of Physics and Chemistry. I -.L 1 6 ' Q 51. , Q!! UlMUll+v-l+im-+ kiln malt IIlil+Il IRINITE Illlltsk llLlYL LA lm II45ClIlll+llEl im + Q QIIIILIIIQEIIITE . I lin.. JW' Iv M. i002 ru .i -, H+-.Q Q15 - . NIIJCQ' - 1 hgltltw BLACKSTUDIES PROGRAM STRIVES TO ENLARGE BLACK CULTURAL AWARENESS The Department of Black Studies entered its second year of operation under a three-man executive committee headed by Dr. James Smith. Working with him in coordinating the administrative aspects of the department were Floyd Gaffney and Homero Yearwood. The department arose from the need of Black people to achieve self-awareness. It satisfied the students' desire to have as a part of their education the often neglected study of Black traditions and society. All research projects were conducted under the Black Studies Center. Eight research as- sistants studied the areas of education, employ- ment, culture, recreation, health and welfare. DL James Smith lleftl, acting chairman of the execu- tive committee, strives to keep open the channel be- tween students and the departmen t. Teaching assistant Ronald Jackson lbelowl encourages his Group Experi- ence in Racism class to express their racial attitudes ,,f JA. 9' -Q. KP J I, 4" ,fs .. 3 .it as., . , . 3- sm -I lg . , .. I.. lf, if is emu 1 .al .I ' 5 Professor David Young fabovei delivers a lecture on the structure of Roman drama. Students fright and below! perform experiments in organic chemistry lab. CHEMISTRY PREPARATION FOR TEACHING, RESEARCH IS MAIN OBJECTIVE Students who receive bachelor degrees from the Chemistry Department are prepared to en- ter scientific professional schools or launch careers in industry. Those who go on to earn advanced degrees in the graduate division of the department are qualified as teachers and researchers. The addition of an environmental studies emphasis within the department was in rec- ognition of the growing concern among stu- dents for research leading towards the solu- tions of socially significant problems. CLASSICS SCHOLARS ADAPT TO DENIANDS FOR DEPARTIVIENT RELEVANCE The Classics Department's enlarged staff en- abled them to intensify their scholarly re- searching of Greek and Roman writings. By re- vising course bases in many areas, the depart- ment endeavored to give its students a wider picture of Greco-Roman culture as a means to- ward allowing a clearer understanding of con- temporary society. This policy change was a result of growing concern within the department that the rel- evance of the Classics to modern times was be- ing overshadowed by traditional scholarship. Q7 -mia DRAMA TICARTS SIMPSON OF IRISH THEATER DIRECTS 'AT SWIM TWO BIRDS' The Dramatic Arts Department's major stu- dent enrollment has increased by approxi- mately 50 students this year. The curriculum was revised to incorporate an emphasis pro gram. Drama majors can now choose to con- centrate in the areas of acting, design and technical theater, literature and criticism, or directing. This fall the department was fortunate to have Allan Simpson, director of the Irish National Theater, here to direct the American premiere of "At Swim Two Birds". The heavy production schedule included two major productions each quarter in the main and studio theaters and student directed one-acts in the Old Little Theater. +--I-avri-N ..,,,A' Gary Craig fabovej, in the "Heath Scene, "is confused for he is told he is an actor in a play, yet he knows he is only being himself in "The True History of Squ- ire Jonathan and His Un- fortunate Treasure, " Rich- ard Gardner Ileftl imagines that the dark men are after his treasure. J ,yr in Dancers lrightl from the workshop class, Pam Melvin, Sheila Jackson, Lizzetta Le Falle, Fran Margulis, Donna Eurey, Gail Giles and Colleen Franklin, rehearse for their concert. Ali Ah- f med Jahadhmy lbe- A lowl is a lecturerof , Swahili ur ll, DANCE CHARLES WEIDMAN HEADLINES UNIVERSITY DANCE CONCERT The talented University Dance Group, under the direction of Patricia Sparrow, preformed this year in the Studio Theater. The program featured both student and faculty choreo- graphy. Guest artist in this year's concert was Charles Weidman, choregrapher in re- sidence. Dance students were fortunate to have the dance residence series, sponsored by the Committee on Arts and Lectures, which brings prominent dancers to UCSB. EASTERN LANGUAGES RESTRICTED STAFF, BUDGET HINDER COURSE DFFERINGS The Department of Eastern Languages offered languages useful in business, journalism and other careers which operate overseas. These languages, including Chinese, Hebrew and Japanese, are spoken by approximately half of the world today. As a result of a lean budget, which did not permit adequate staffing, the department offered no major program. I ,T, '-. , TR mugs 1 X E CUNUMICS STUDENTS ATTEMPT TO SOLVE CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS An undergraduate major in the Department of Economics is an excellent preparation for ca- reers in business and government. No major offered at UCSB provides a greater variety of vocational opportunities than Economics. The department strived to be relevant by stressing the contemporary problem-solving na- ture of economics in today's society. Courses in business ethics and economics of Third World areas supplemented more traditional theory classes. Graduates are ready to add their tal- ents to the continuing effort of analyzing and coping with complicated economic problems. Harold Votey fleftl explains monetary exchange rates to his International Trade class. Votey's students fbe- lowj focus on the myriad of currency bases. . l s.- f- if 5 Despite some creative innovations, many English clas- ses are still held under the less than desirable condition of a cramped lecture hall labovel. Instructors John Kite and Ronald Hill lrightl discuss their plans for Spring Quarter classes. ENGLISH INNOVATIVE TEACHING METHODS INSPIRE STUDENT CREATIVITY Creative examination of the works of signif- icant writers was the major thrust of the Eng- lish Department this year. An exciting innova- tion in teaching was implemented by Dr. Homer Swander. He required students in his dramatic literature courses to perform scenes from the plays they study in order that they might fully appreciate the dramatic genre. To encourage student writers, the depart- ment began to sponsor noon poetry readings in Lotte Lehmann Hall. Individuals who showed particular promise as poets found that the feed- back from audiences at these readings allowed them to view their works in a more ob- jective way. ERG ONOMIC S FUTURE ERGONOMISTS STUDY ADAPTABILITY OF PRIMATES Ergonomics is the science of human adapta- bility. lt is now emerging as an important field concerned with the problems related to man's interaction with his total environment. For the last ten years, Dr. Rowand Chaffee, physiologist-ergonomist and department chair- man, has been working in the field of environ- mental studies dealing with the biochemistry and physiology of primates. For such studies, the United States government loaned an altitude chamber to the UCSB department of Ergonomics and Physical Education. The chamber, costing one half million dollars, is capable ofa simulated altitude of one hundred thousand feet and a temperature of forty degrees below zero. Dr. Rowand Chaffee lleftl is operating the altitude chamber which is being used to test primate physiolog- ical responses to high altitude. Bruce, the celebes mon- key lbelovvl, is being prepared for the acciimation ex- periments by Bobbie Sugimoto, lab technician. - -'-'Ha --sili- ,QQ . . vw X S ! x ny .1 gm 2: If K nfl fi 73?-- , H N., f . V 3:1 i-" 'Q ",..,...'-'vnr n :L ' M 1- 2+ "' 5' ' J- :xA ,....:-' -QT. ' ,,-75.66. ' 9' Q .""" iLlmP'.,.5 ' ZQZ- gl' is J- V i- 7" L"'?':'J' 1- 2' Q ' V ' if-i , , -. ,,..- fb ,:?7"': u9'lt 'S , s ZH- i'. ,urn l ,I !. 5 I -+ ,. --I :J-fi-..-A-1 -.--7,4 'ffm- . .--.en i.. fi GEOLOGY GOLETA SLOUGH PROVIDES ENVIRONMENT FOR RESEARCH The Geology Department continuously tries to relate to contemporary problems, emphasizing studies in the areas of air, water and land pollution prevention. Dr. Keith IVlacDonaId is directing a multi- disciplined study called the History and Ecology of the Goleta Slough. Its goal is to develop the geologic history of this local land- mark, stressing the preservation ofthe slough as a vital ecological niche in the environment of southwestern Santa Barbara County. This year the Geology Department has had an increase of seventeen students in its major enrollment. Perhaps one of the reasons for this is the addition of Frontiers in Earth Science, Geologic Problems of Human Environ- ment, and Field Studies to the curriculum. During a field trip to Death Valley, geology students ftopl discover that part of the challenge is getting to where the geology is best exposed The outdoor class in volcanic geology lleftl is looking down a fissure at Little Dry Falls in the Owens Valley. The Goleta Slough lbelowl, adjacent to the UCSB campus provides a convenient lab for ecological studies German classes lrigh tl are held in a relaxed atmosphere. Swedish language instructor, Torborg Lundell labovej speaks with her students after class. GEHMANIC AND SLA VIC RAPID EXPANSION REFLECTS INCREASED IOB OPPORTUNITIES Undergraduate majors in the UCSB Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literature Depart- ment increased 25 percent this year. Graduate student enrollment increased 20 percent. Vocational opportunities available to graduates of this department include teaching, business enterprises with over-seas offices and work with the State Department. UCSB instructor Stuart Atkins, first vice- president of the Nlodern Language Association of America, received the Gold Medal of the Goethe Institute which is West Germany's highest award for foreign scholars. HISTORY 'Q' COURSES RELIEVE STRAIN ON 195 GRAD REQUIREMENTS The History Department, with more majors than any other department at UCSB, has con- tinued to reinforce its outstanding reputation of exceptional teaching and research by round- ing out its American, European, and Asian emphasis groupings. Outstanding among new courses offered this year were those designated by the letter "O" which allow students who desire intense and personalized study in special- ized fields of interest to them. These courses also relieved some of the strain put on the History 195 series required of all majors which are always overcrowded and restricted in scope. Dn Roderick Nash lleftj addresses his American lntel- lectual class. 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' -A 'C' , Professor Charles Akeman lleftl includes a moment of levity to relieve the seriousness of proving Analytic Geometry theorems to his class lbe- low and bottoml. MA THEMA TIC S TEACHER TRAINING COURSES ARE ADDED TO CURRICULUM Upon graduation, majors in the Department of Mathematics are ready to enter the fields of teaching, industry and government service. Several new courses were added to the curric- ulum this year, most notably in the area of teacher training. The majority of the faculty in the depart- ment was engaged in research this year in both pure and applied branches of mathematics. The wide-spread use of computers and advanced calculating machines allowed an intensification of work in complex numbers because the equip- ment can give answers in a few minutes that took experts months to come up with only a few years ago. MILITARY SCIENCE ROTC COMBINES THEORY AND PRACTICE TO TRAIN SOLDIERS The Department of lVlilitary Science has offer- ed courses vvhich are relevant to the problems of national security and the relationships between the United States and other nations. They emphasize the need for modern, pro- gressive Ieadership in the armed forces in order to remain abreast of trends in contemporary society. Practical training accompanies the theoretical to give the students a working knowledge of the armaments and communi- cations used in war. In recent years, the department at UCSB, as on campuses across the nation, has come under attack from students who feel that military training has no place in the university. During a practice drill in January, ROTC cadet sub- mits his rifle for inspection. Cadets ltop rightl drill for perfection. A campus policeman lrightl guards the Military Science Building because of past bomb threats and attempted burnings. . Q, FFS- 'H-IT? was F'I'?' I'f'i' . l'l'Tl I.-A-, ..f T :Qs-v:"'. R-. J" s Et: L . '. -.31 Q'-sl:-fi? ,,4. sv .. J , I "IL 57 wi I A -cf Is-- lr .A D I, -,-3. V- 1- -. fff' I E .p, Q fx .gf L-- F 4 ff-.N -1-143:77 During a spring concert tour, members of the Shubertians labovel pose at the Punch Bowl National Cemetary in Honolulu. Dr. Fricker lleftl helps graduate student composer, Jeffrey Babcock, with his composition. MUSIC STATE DEPARTMENT GRANT PROMOTES CONCERT TOUR After receiving a five thousand dollar grant from the State Department, the UCSB Cham- ber Singers, under the direction of Dorothy Westra, made their first European concert tour, which took them to Hungary and Yugoslavia, last summer. The Shubertians made their first European tour in lVlarch. Carl Zytovvski is the director of this select men's vocal ensemble. The new chairman of the Music Depart- ment is Professor Peter Fricker. From the Royal Academy of lVlusic in England, he joined the UCSB faculty in 1965. Last July, faculty member Suzanne Balder- son was elected president of the American Harp Society. ln September, she judged the fourth International Harp Contest which was sponsored by the Israeli government. Z1 N Ifbx ilvwalf, iS' Q Zdcvftl PHILOSOPHY DEBATES, STUDIES PROMOTE RATIONAL THOUGHTS, ACTIONS lnstilling the attributes of thinking clearly is the primary goal of the Philosophy Depart- ment. Its location on the top floor of Ellison Hall, often regarded as the "heavens" by stu- dents on campus, is the scene of intense de- bate and scholastic inquiry. Faculty members tend to de-emphasize career preparation in favor of individual mental betterment as the role of the department. Though most UCSB students received only a cursory glance at the work of philosophers in Philosophy 1, majors in the department emers- ed themselves in the complicated writings of scholars dating from classical to contemporary times. The result was the placing of mankind in a perspective of rational thought and action. Philosophy students irightj try to absorb complicated theory. Professors and TA 's fbeiowl gather in their coffee room to discuss their work. Axgfgrrv-. -. ci' M if M 6, if ywld .' Ap ' 0 pf' X MN' N fl, I 3 Ln. X . W W N ,M L. if liluyj we 'xv V PHYSICAL A CTlVlTlES TWELVE NEW INSTRUCTORS BOOST ATHLETIC PROGRAM The Physical Activities Department offers teaching opportunities for young instructors. One ofthe twelve new teachers is Gerry IVloro who teaches coed trampoline and acts as an assistant track coach. He is the current Canadian Decathlon and pole vault champion as well as a past Olympic competitor. Nancy Pothier, also new to the staff, is the organizer and acting coach of the newly initiated women's intercollegiate gymnastics team. The team gave exhibitions during halftime at UCSB home basketball games and traveled to local high schools to perform for young gym- nastics enthusiasts. This department is one which allows stu- dents to get away from the worries of study. Gerry Moro fleftl assists Elizabeth Callen in learning the back flip on the trampoline. The archers lbelow leftl draw their bows ln the heat of competition, the volleyball players lbelowl fight for the game point. David Paquette lbelowl looks on as Dr. James Gulley uses the new dilution refrigerator. The new six-story physics building lrightl is the latest addition to the UCSB scientific teaching and research facilities -2-N 4 l as saga ll elf PHYSICS NEW BA DEGREE AND BUILDING HIGHLIGHT DEPARTMENTS YEAR The Physics Department designed a new BA degree for students wishing to major in physics but expecting to continue their education in an interdisciplinary field like oceanography or working towards a secondary teaching cre- dential. More experimental work is required and the opportunity to elect units in another field of studies at the student's discretion is provided. The department moved into its modern six- story building during 1969-'70, The building, which was partially funded by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, is one of the best equipped facilities for teaching and re- search in the Western part of the United States. Stanley Johnson lrightl works on his project dealing with laser-induced fluorescence. if , 1 'I C. L. dx.: A4' . - r. 4 ' A'-' 1 1 , ,4T.'f' tx:-1 IIT' ,fx A.. . NW ' L+? -JSQQSY , .f. x :NP A 54---ff. vu?-J ":p,3,y: nga 52,574-,.,,+f . ,5 1- "" W M E7 W ff-Graff 1 1 57, Ft gl ' .1 1 1 I it G21 M ' . BG' S J .,, fl,-'-'4 .. PSYCHOLOGY CHIMP COMMUNICATES WITH NEW NON-VERBAL LANGUAGE For the past two years Sarah, a chimpanzee, has been the subject of intensive training and research by the Psychology Department. She has been taught to communicate with her trainer, Mary llllorgan, through various sym- bolic, plastic shapes. Sarah's vocabulary al- ready includes over one hundred twenty nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. She also understands abstract concepts such as "if- then" relationships. A major breakthough in the field of languages, the UCSB research was the subject of an article in the September issue of "Psychology Today." Melanie McLees and Marion Dalin lrightl compare the tissues of a rat's brain with a replica of a human brain. Trainer, Mary Morgan lbelowl, works with Sarah the chimpanzee on symbolic communication. Religious Studies students labovel listen diligently as Dr. Fridell lleftl discusses Buddhist forms. RELIGIOUS STUDIES STUDENTS ANALYZE VARIOUS RELIGIOUS FORMS, TRADITIONS The Religious Studies curriculum was designed to provide students with the intellectual tools and scholarly background required for a crit- ical understanding ofthe forms and traditions of religion that have appeared in human cul- ture. Students analyzed the religious phenome- na of preliterate cultures of both Eastern and Western civilizations as well as the relation- ship between religion and society today. Besides serving as a preparation for students intending to go into religious training follow- ing graduation, the courses in the department served as supplementary sources of learning for students in many other majors, particularly philosophy, history and sociology. The popu- larity of Religious Studies was based primarily on the realization by many that such a signif- icant movement as religion throughout history is important to include in one's intellectual training and individual betterment. SOCIOLOGY MAURICE ZEITLIN CONFRONTS CHEADLE ABOUT DISMISSAL Sociologists, in their roles as teachers and researchers, provide insight into the com- position and needs of societies. They have long been active in the areas of poverty, human ecology, economic development and population studies. The department on this campus has faced these controversial issues in courses designed to give students in the department an insight into them and tech- niques for coming up with individual solutions to them. A situation, termed as an "important issue of academic freedom," by Dr. Richard Flacks, involved the appointment and its subsequent rescinding of Dr. IVlaurice Zeitlin from the University of Wisconsin. The issue, brought before the Board of Regents and the UCSB Academic Senate, may be one that sets a precedent for the hiring of faculty with records of active political participation. A detailed study has been ordered by both groups to come to some conclusions about criteria for hiring such scholars. The sociology student labovel programs a computen La Juana Vlhlliams and Bill Nelson lrightl lead a social problems class offered to high school students qualified for college-level work. Dr Elliot Evans lbelowl lectures a class on Sub-cultural Nationalism. Al ve ll' P- I-. .z On beautiful days some Spanish classes are held outside like Helen Landerman 's labovel and Jaime-Freyre 's llefrl. SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE CHICANO, LANGUAGE CONTACT COURSES ARE NEW ADDITIONS The Spanish and Portuguese Department in- cluded a new Chicano Spanish course in its offerings this year. A course in cultural and language contact in the bilingual community was also added. Assistant Professor of Spanish Robert De Souza engaged in research in bilingualism. He proposed to determine the different categories in which the Chicano community can be classified, taking into account the variables of language acquistion, ability and use as related to socio-economic data. SPEECH DEPARTMENT PREPARES FOR PHD IN SPEECH AND HEARING The Speech Department prepares students for work in human communications. Graduates are prepared to enter into special education or clinical practice. Many students find a speech background useful as preparation for law school or public relations. The department is now beginning to add graduate courses to justify the establishment of a Speech and Hearing PhD. A speech major lleftl listens to an educational tape. fu ,Q 3: l 'W L-f 1 J f N 1 - 4-J i H Winn... ,T 1 .1 l .ll l Professor Herbert Cole labovej discusses an African style sculpture with his student. Professor Garry Schulman lleftj lectures a Sociology 2 class which is an optional requirement for Combination Social Science. INTERDEPARTMENTAL MAJORS PROGRAM ALLOWS STUDENTS TO TAKE DIVERSE COURSES Through the Inter-Departmental major pro- gram, students were allowed to take advantage of a broad range of courses offered in the vari- ous departments which pertained to their par- ticular fields of interest. Combination Social Sciences allowed its majors to take courses in three areas to fulfill their requirements for graduation. Other Inter-Departmental programs were African Area Studies, Asian Studies, Chicano Studies, Comparative Literature and Environmental Studies. Because it offered a multitude of choices for interested individuals, the program contri- buted an great deal to adapting the University to students rather than forcing traditional courses on those who found many of the re- quirements irrelevant to their goals. 46 An electrical engineering student fright! uses a stereoscopic micro- scope in his work with micro circuits COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ENGINEERS SEEK ANSWERS TO POLLUTION PROBLEMS Dr. John Skalnik is the new acting dean of the College of Engineering which includes the three departments, Chemical and Nuclear, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering. Chemical and Nuclear Engineering graduates are highly qualified to solve pollution abate- ment problems. At the present time, faculty and graduate students are conducting research in the areas of air pollution, oil pollution, and sewage treatment. Dr. Paul Nlikolaj has been awarded a Natural Science Foundation re- search grant for his study of oil seepage off Coal Oil Point near Santa Barbara. The Department of Electrical Engineering stresses the theoretical and experimental as- pects of circuits, signals and systems. The Mechanical Engineering Department is presently revising its curriculum to include computer courses at the freshman level. ot' 4 '-I T ll , 'J .--- -.3 -l .er ll JBAFQT X, 'li -4-..... a"'....-- -1...--v.f' film use--Qu, Michael Reed, John Lake and Scott Deacon labovel demonstrate the curb climbing wheel- chair which was recently developed in the Mechanical Engineering Design class. Chemi- cal and Nuclear Engineering students lleftl check equipment COLLEGE OF CREA 7'lVE STUDIES FREE ATMOSPHERE ENCOURAGES SELF EXPRESSION, DISCOVERY The College of Creative Studies is one answer to the regimentation of traditional education. Students are encouraged to "do their own thing." The College provides the basic frame- work for a personalized and relevant education. It offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in litera- ture, art, music theory and composition, biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. Each quarter an exhibit of student work is presented in order to make the community aware of the achievements of the participants. James Johnson lrightl works on his oil painting which he calls "Vault " Ross Robins lbelowl, graduate of the College of Creative Studies, assists Donna Hanelin in her music class, ln troduction to the Materials of Music. ii iii JU. . f. Witt,- tl 148 P' I 5 .4 . K ,., QQQNN ' Tr, .xi Patrizio Rossi, lleftj cupies himself with department business. TUTORIAL INTENSIVE PROGRAM STRESSES READING, DISCUSSION, WRITING The Tutorial Program emphasizes rigorous training in the arts of critical reading, dis- cussion and writing. Its purpose is to offer a broad education in the liberal arts through an interdepartmental curriculum which allows the design of individual courses of study. Tutorial 100 courses, in which tutors are selected from the faculty according to the interests and requirements of the students, are open to upper division students in depart- ments outside their majors. Kit Cossart ileftj relaxes in a quiet atmosphere. tutorial chairman, oc- '-N 1 49 .V WWW! 155 . . . gg-.Q-pw , L''1LiQ'r1':7T?f"5-pfli-'W ix . if bf I . 'V'f"1 ' .. his --141232 iii . - . ., 1' -M ' -, "Q" 1,1 , . H3-with -. 51 , , Q A ' 1 , 7 53,41-""'-'zhgvi-.l?:,:,QfY. Y. I Y- In X wif, 2. ,V . in4'l"?lI.:f'-'x:.4.:'a. H -t. I. . .-4' Q f f ' ,T I J .r iffs--, V r -Huw' I , , 1 'Ll . 55. . Je, """.l , ., Astudent fright! poses jr g if M mf nj, 45- ilswtfu if 6 On 2 Spanish mofw- ' :'S'i'.ff Atfrgfff.. ' ment h-L.J+ef:,.gf,1fes?isf1 V 452- Q-ffm. .4 The departure fabovej for foreign study centers is a sad but exciting experience. ln Padua, the girls labove rightl prepare for an American-style Thanksgiving din- nen After dinner they fright! reminisce about old times. L df- A x e ...i-ai EDUCA TION ABROAD TRAVEL, STUDIES ENHANCE UC EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE Education Abroad for the University of Cali- fornia is located on the UCSB campus. The object of the program is to place UC students in the various study centers in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The exchange of ideas which is the goal of the University is greatly enhanced by this international pro- gram. Students attend the study centers abroad during their junior years and return to com- plete the requirements for graduation. The program is an exceptional opportunity for students to travel and study within a budget that is the same as one for a year at UC SB. When they return, students find what they have learned while overseas is a valuable asset in school and in day-to-day social contacts. UCSB student flefti stops for a rest after sightseeing at the Portuguese frontier. Two education abroad students fbelowj explore the woods near Padua. T , Xf T'-Y-.JN x Marion MCK ell labovei, a fifth year elemen tary creden- tial student, is conducting a group discussion of a reading lesson with her first grade class at Fairview Elementary School. Diane Gwillum lrightl, also stu- dent teaching at Fainfiew, supervises her class during recess Mike Bigley lbo ttom righ tl helps his sixth grade class construct the set for a class play. SCHOOL OF EDUCA TlON STUDENT TEACHERS STRIVE FOR RELEVANT EDUCATION The School of Education recently added ten new courses to its curriculum, including En- counter Group Leadership, Human Relations in Education, and Cognitive Learning. Professor George I. Brown received a grant this year from the Ford Foundation to es- tablish a program of research and development in confluent education within the elementary schools. The purpose of this program is to find ways of making education more personal by relating activities in the classroom to the outside lives of the students. New to the faculty this year is Carl E. Ber- eiter, distinguished educational psychologist from Ontario's Institute of Education. A -x GRADUATE DIVISION ORAL EXAIVIS, THESIS CLIMAX YEARS OF RIGOROUS STUDY University graduates who proved their aca- demic competence in undergraduate perform- ance and Graduate Record Examinations were admitted to the Division for advanced work in their major fields. Many of these students en- hanced their educations by taking on teaching assistantships while others became readers and research assistants for professors. The career objectives of students in the sci- ences are often governmental and industrial positions, though the vast majority seek teach- ing and research jobs within the educational community. Those in the liberal arts prepare for work in socially-oriented concerns as well as teaching. Whether in doctoral or masters programs, graduate students have rigorous oral and writ- ten examinations at the end of their studies be- sides traditional theses and projects. The highly regarded degrees conferred on graduates repre- sent an accomplishment of high academic skills TA 's, like this graduate ltopj, endeavor to aid under- graduates in the various departments. Graduate stu- dents lleftl find the atmosphere of restricted reading rooms in the library conducive to intensive study. TA Helen Landerman lbelowl answers questions after class. .,f -- :II -iz:?. 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GOVERNME T 8 COMMUNICATIO S Governor Ronald Reagan labove and righ tl stated in a speech he delivered on October 9, 7970 that 'i . . too many professors are indoctrina ting and not teaching, and most students find themselves in agreement with many of the views of the radicals " GOVERNOR REA GAN UC CHALLENGED BY BUDGET CUTS, TENURE CONTROVERSY Due to the state's present financial dilemma, Governor Ronald Reagan found it necessary to project the same budget for the 1971-72 fiscal year as was used this year. This represents a 15 percent reduction in the funding proposed by the Board of Regents and could necessitate the lowering of admissions by ten percent. In addition to monetary considerations, the Governor and his administration proposed a plan to eliminate the traditional tenure system for University faculty and to introduce a merit rating system. He stated that too many professors were being retained by the UC sys- tem who had proven their incompetence but were protected by the fact that they had tenure. PA? 43 BOARD OF REGENTS OPPOSING FACTIONS DISAGREE OVER UC DEVELOPMENT PLANS Controversy arose early in the year between Governor Ronald Reagan and the Board of Regents concerning the issue of land develop- ment company on the Irvine campus. To accommodate an increasing student popu- lation, it was proposed that the size of the city be quadrupled. Regent Norton Simon, however, managed to have the issue tabled, in order to bring the details of the company to light. This was typical of the friction that occurred between different factions of the Board this yean Reagan attempted to change the tone of these meetings by appointing more conserva- tive regents to replace those whose eight-year terms have expired. A student lleftl reads a copy of the UCSB Daily Nexus, one of the nine University campus newspapers which came under the scrutiny of the Board of Regents this yean Each campus had to setup editorial guidelines for their respective papers. These guidelines were ultimately approved by the regents wi th the reservation that each issue of the paper would be reviewed within 24 hours and that the chancellor would be ultimately re- sponsible for the conduct of the campus publications. f, Y l , if . gee:-iam . . s . J A 53. W Glenn Campbell John E Canaday Edward W Carter William K Coblentz Frederick G Dutton William C. Farrer William E. Forbes Allan Grant rs Randolph A Hearst Mrs Edward H Heller DeWitt A Higgs Charles J Hitch John H Lawrence Joseph A. lllloore, Jr. Bob Moreti Edwin W. Pauley Ronald Reagan Ed Flemecke Robert O Reynolds Wilson Rules William M Roth William French Smith Norton Simon Dean A. Watkins PRESIDENT HITCH LOWER SALARY SCALE HURTS UC INSTRUCTOR RECRUITMENT Due to the rising costs and falling income this year, University President Charles Hitch ordered the Chancellors on all UC campuses to cut back on spending and services. He further stated that new appointments would not be made, even if positions were vacated. Cutbacks in funds made it impossible to raise salaries or allow salary offers to be high enough to attract prospective professors. The UC Berkeley Academic Senate reported that salaries were at a point which . .threat- ens the position of excellence UC has long held in American higher education," and that further delay in rendering "the salaries would seriously impair the maintenance of the quality of the faculty." President Hitch frigh tl ponders University problems. A fa. is KY! .1. 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Q- . f , I, f af ni: f YR a ,I I' Axeuxil I ,R 'lg Tx A I , FP 1 7? , . 3 .1 Jn.:- W-E M.,.'3f.l:.f1'- " xx ," ' ' if wk .,- a ,xmlqii - A 11 'wiv A , 14,77 .,. 1 B 72 ir, he ' I 44? l Q . ig' F, V 5' 'EM L. 'sf 3 s. 3 W ,A 1 , I ' i . , x 6 , V' P Assistant Vice-Chancellor of Budgeting and Analysis Dale Tomlinson lupper leftl relaxes in his office, while Assistant Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs Dr. Ge- orge Smith labovel poses beside his desk. Assistants to the Chancellor on Min- ority Affairs lleftl Preston Dent, standing and Ralph Herrera, seated, relax for a moment from the days hectic activity. I' 1 XX 1 1 HAI , iw-'mmf f 2-"'-QQ? Q" E 1"'fg'fs e M .i'f'?ln":' BE , '.'. up ," 5 'Q ,Y v."n', . A . 1 J! if I '4 :fi , , Ei Dean of Women Ellen Bowers, seated, and Dean of Men Robert Evans labove leftl converse during a break in the day's appoint- men ts, while Assistant Dean of Women Barbara Deutsch and As- sistant Dean of Men Ernie Zomalt labove rightl stroll along a campus walkway. Dean of Foreign Students K ollamala Matthew iabovel catches up on correspondence and Dean of Students Lyle Reynolds irightl prepares for a meeting with students 'tg e'.:"..2'f V. ,Q - sf -.r,,l?.T w , Q'- X . Lf ' L 2 I 1. , vb, i NOON 'l XLKS T DEANS DEAN OF FOREIGN STUDENTS ADDED DESPITE BUDGET CUTS New additions to the staff of the Dean's office have allowed an increased concern for students, their problems, and their participation in or- ganizations and government. Like all administrative offices in the Univer- sity, the Dean's office was affected by cut- backs in budget, but despite reduced funds, it was able to expand its facilities with the addition of a new Dean of Foreign Students Office. The year also saw extensive involvement in Isla Vista, with Assistant Dean of lVlen Ernie Zomalt helping to establish a Child Day Care Center in co-operation with the Isla Vista Service Center. Assistant Dean of Student Activities Joan Reetz, left, and Dean of Student Activities Leslie Meyers lleftl discuss plans for upcoming events, while Dean of Student Residents Margaret Ge tman and her assistant, Everett K irkelie, enjoy a break. Acting Dean of the College of-Engineering Dn John Skalnik labovel, Dean of the College of Education Dn Norman Boyan labove rightl, and Dn Albert Spauld- ing, Dean of the College of Letters and Science, are re- sponsible for the maintenance of academic excellence. COLLEGES g W I NEW SERVICES, SPECIALIZED COURSES INCREASE RELEVANCE Grants received from the U. S. Office of Education and the Ford Foundation have allowed the College of Education to do ex- tensive research in the areas of credential pro- grams and confluent education. ln an attempt to make education more relevant for the potential educators, special sections have been formed to enable students in the same fields to discuss their problems and goals. Increased enrollment and emphasis in scien- tific areas were the prime concern of the College of Creative Studies. For the first time, the College was able to offer a film making class to the students which was unique because seniors in the College served as teachers. The College of Letters and Sciences in- creased its counselling to include curriculum advising, as well as corresponding with po- tential students about the University. lv, W, . I Q. 1 A 1' y. fix" . . ri 4 X :'- I: ' T44 .' W .:-3 ' ' iflg ,Q V 2 ' : 1 L. gf - .. 1 Lhqlljj-M ig-,tp-U' ,:-ff' ' iii-Flfyn W.zi:"K?f 7-it 1' :l ,- vff-1 P 'IZ-.fiifgig 5, M11 ---gn: M I fly.-Lui-Q, , ,. Hb' X 1f?ZwC?4lfi1-f ' zu., , j'f:f13fJ I ,- - - if if , f'Tf"s 5 .v"2, ' 'W I' ' W ff lr , . 1:2 1 ' ' t 1 .J 3 J v vw VA, .3 ' I Y YI, u , U L . 1 ,I f I slr A--if , .E-, ' L' , N W V , f fx, .IX x .1 wg placement CASHIER Eff 'WYF'1?F4?"P'f4" . ' :S+ - FH -1: 1: X .- ' F Y: 51 1-H759-1 f--3:1 nv..-nwlrv ",---1, Tim .. - F, 31 . a my my :rw F A, 'rfxqfd HOUS admi: , L .Ms Q 1 Q .ui DOUGLASJENSEN Asst, Director. UCen ROBERT RYAN Bookstore Manager INEZ THOMAS Secretary, UCen DICK CHITTICK Textbook Buyer JOAN SINCLAIR Reservation Secretary RON EVERMAN Merchandise Buyer MARGARET BEGG Supervising Cashier LOUISE SMITH Cashier. UCen RUTH WOODS Head Accountant DIANE O'SHANICK Office Supervisor STEVE KO'I'I'MEIER Asst, Dir,, Student Services HAROLD TILLEY Supervisor, Maintenance JUNE OLSEN Secretary, AS Office JOE GRADON Day Foreman. UCen MARY LOU SIOUEIDO Food Service, Adm. Asst. MITCH MITCHELL Night Foreman. UCen 1 ' x Z Qbs m f tt ,. 4 ,V z 8 t , . ,- Z up ' ' 1, Tv . Robert Lorden labovel heads the vast AS operation which employs administrators, staff, and students. A student lleftl browses in the Campus Bookstore. AS PERSONNEL STUDENT SERVICES, ACTIVITIES ARE CONCENTRATED IN UCEN The Associated Students has in its employ a staff .of professional administrators and assis- tants who are 'responsible for the day-to-day task of running the UCen, Campus Bookstore, AS Cashier and Accounting, Cafeteria, and AS government. lVlr.t Robert Lorden, Executive Director, is in charge of co-ordinating the var- ious student services. The UCen, focal point of student life, is available for the myriad of activities which students demand. The building was built with student funds and is self sup- porting. All AS offices are located in it and the Storke Publications complex for easy access. LEGISLA TIVE coufvclt INCREASED FUNDING DEIVIANDS CREATE AS BUDGET CRISIS Legislative Council's role is defined as a body representative of the undergraduate student population, who support Associated Students with part of their incidental fees paid to the University. Because of a declining student en- rollment and increased demands by organiza- tions sponsored by AS, a major task of the council was the ordering of priorities for fund- ing the various projects. A referendum during winter quarter provided a constitutional addi- tion that 15'Xl of the AS budget would go to Concerts Committee. As a result, a hard look at the budgets of other groups was necessary. Milli -I ,tx K 'l 5 ll " ll I V. ., . 0 i l1I I April 3-4 dated a Legislative Council spon- sored conference for: representatives of Cal- ifornia colleges to discuss the People to People :Mis Peace Treaty negotiated with the North Viet- namese during the fall. I at 'ie' PHIL KOHN Representative at Large Q STEVE ARNOLD RHA Representative , c -J' r"' 'I , is ' X513- E' .-1' I V I MIKE NAGLER RALPH SMITH DON DROZD Representative at Large Representative at Large Representative at Large PHIL HESSER MARYVAIL JUNE OLSEN RHA Representative OCB Representative Secretary ffwmi E Ld ll Legislative Council Kleftj discusses student business during a weekly meeting Tom Tosdal fbelowj conducts AS business over the phone NIARI BROWN Finance Board Representative ROBERT GARCIA Non-Affiliated Representative HONORS AT ENTRANCE-FRONT ROW: Susan Sandall, Sharon Mori, Terry Ann Smith SECOND ROW: Carol Perry, Linda Jeffry. THIRD ROW: John Plaxco, Lendon Everson, John Grant, Gregory Sheppard, R. Barry Spaulding. REGENTS' SCHOLARS-FRONT ROW: Casey Cho, Lucy Watkins, Michele Keller. SECOND ROW: David Nlarusek, Alan Eng- land, Richard Derby, Irene Rapoza, Steve White. ,WB 413 I u, 4 N , 1' .r Y -1 , .- ! ,w . ,,,., H, 3" .fy fi 6 f' 1 L . - . z ? i 1 . .,,..11' -1 9 X- Yf q . 1 ,, .rv v-U ,'. ov 1 'At' in in if I! .1 ' ,L if '1 .3 3, kg-HX3-K .'j2j:1S " Q -qgiiil . 1, 1, ,K ,I 1 Xi., . . , , '1.- - Sk 1 - 'V 'xj " ' '1 rf, ' 1' "ffm Iii '14 Q iff? en ' I lid ai ,W .,. il!! 'ii U? aa -Ililiii O SJQ 4 , "4!'.' -gi! 'T' In li A . Qi x. , ,9 L. f' I ,-'M ' ..--4 Q ,Q - ,fa , m , sf, A -ur ,f X. 2 x r 51' I , , . O JUDICIAL BOARD VIOLATIONS OF CAMPUS POLICY HANDLED BY STUDENT BOARD Judicial Board, a subcommittee of Government Affairs Board, was headed by John Hinman. The Board served as a body of review for vio- lations of campus policy and was concerned mainly with student discipline. During the win- ter quarter Judicial Board prepared a report about its own functions and presented the report to Legislative Council. UNIVERSITYAFFAIRS BOARD POLICY COMMITTEE REVIEWS UNDERGRADUATE REQUIREMENTS University Affairs Board was concerned with international relations, campus educational pol- icy, and UCSB's film library. The AS Com- mittee on Educational Policy reviewed the language requirements, as well as the general education requirements for undergraduates. Bedefinition of class agenda and grading sys- terms were also considered and recommended by this committee. Judicial Board members I top righ ti, John Hinman, Tim Orlando, and D'anne Pierce, discuss the agenda before a meeting. Cy Godfrey lrighti is chairman of the Com- mittee on Educational Policy which is investigating the language and general education requirements. Bulletin boards labo vel as well as kiosks placed around campus serve as information centers for passing stu- dents. A student llefd distributes handbills at the UCen. PUBLIC AND PRESS INFORMATION KEEPING STUDENTS, PUBLIC INFORMED IS MASSIVE JOB Public Relations and Press Information Board found its prime concern in the organization and distribution of information to the campus and community. Created as an Associated Stu- dents service, the board, under chairman Robin Donoghue, worked in conjunction with the University Public information Office in pre- paring and dispersing relevant information. aff- "fa - N -L, 1,- V1 K .wy- 'fffwqw-..,-gi., , , I- na,- L Students labovel find time to relax between classes in the University Center. Voters lleftl cast their ballots at the polls set up in front of the UCen. GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS BOARD UCEN ENLIVENED BY TIE-DYES, COFFEEHOUSE OFFERS MUSIC Government Affairs Board was responsible for the dissemination of information regarding campus events, student travel, elections, and activities in the University Center. Run as a student service, the board worked to increase the offerings of UCen. A coffee house with music by local talent was opened in the pro- gram lounge. lt sponsored photography and tie-dye contests to decorate the UCen. Harold Hedelson, Barb Prout, Gary Pelzner, Francy Englehart, Pat Davidson, Rick Dahlgren, Gloria Moy and Nina Krilanovich labovel discuss plans for project coordination. Wendy Foster, CAB secretary, seated, and Francy Englehart, Project Chairman discuss notes COMMUNITYAFFAIRS some STUDENT VOLUNTEERS BUILD CAMPUS, COMMUNITY RAPPORT This year Community Affairs Board provided a vehicle for over 500 UCSB students who volunteered to work in the greater Santa Barbara area. Their projects included tutor- ing, recreation, hot breakfast programs, as well as student leadership in the Boy Scouts. Volunteers attempted to bridge the gap be- tween the campus and the community through informal talk sessions in homes and with an exchange of views on the local media. CAB served as a clearing house, filling the emer- gency needs of the community. Students helped sandbag the homes of flood victims and staffed the community Flubella Clinic. . ar s f ella. if 414. ' l 'Ee Pat Davidson, Program Coordin- ator, lleftl and Gary Pelzner, Project Chairman, lstandingj, contemplate program changes. Rick Tuch, Harold Hedelson, Mark Cantor, Chairman, and Dave Wilson lbelowl casually discuss problems in communica- tion. 45: EO Students labovel learn sewing techniques from Goleta Union School Project Chairman Cindy Beckwith. Pete Stevens fright! explains the workings of CAB to a po ten tial volun teen ""'.,..i" 'yrs '52 -sq. 4.' 4 X I - .fa F 1, ' 1: 4 C IA' -e 51 . uf-ffwg m 1 9 ' 4 x I ,mf ffl . '95 ..,k fm 1 My . wwf, X 1 EDU CA TIONAL OPPORTUNITY GOVERNMENT FUNDS PROVIDE GRANTS, COUNSELING, TUTORS Operating from their new offices -in the Old Student Union, the Educational Opportunities Program provided financial aid, counseling and classroom and individual tutoring for more than 500 students. EOP students were chosen onthe basis of financial need through the statewide Economic Opportunities clearing offices. Applicants were informed about the program through the lVlas- ter Speakers Bureau, the BSU, IVIECHA and bulletins sent to high schools. - Secretaries Irightandbelowjain the E OP office prepare announcements and review student files. -'Zim sft' mln' 5, I-.N -.,, V ' N x f mum tiitlll Illlmii ,mx L CFS gh -1 ,...-.----1-nl" A student labovel casts his ballot in the concerts re- ferendum on February .31 Shoppers ileftl examine articles which the local merchants have for sale. FINANCE BOARD AS REFERENDU.M REQUIRES INCREASE IN CONCERT FUNDS Working with a budget of one-half million dollars, Finance Board was responsible for studying the needs of AS funded activities and recommending how funds should be allocated. On the recommendation of the board, a referendum was presented to the student body which earmarked 15 percent of the total AS budget for concerts next year. It was passed with well over the tvvo-thirds majority required. OCB STUDENT, COMMUNITY CRAFTS DISPLAYED AT MARKET DAY Organizations Coordinating Board, made up of representatives from both AS and the University administration, was responsible for registration and scheduling of campus facilities and student activities. OCB's most successful project this year was the instigation of monthly Market Days. These days served as an oppor- tunity for students and local craftsmen to display and sell their wares in an open market in Storke Plaza. COMMUNICA TIONS BOARD 'NEXUS' GUIDELINES, BUDGET ARE MEDIA CONSIDERATIONS Communications Board, under the leadership of chairman Steve IVIunkelt, was publisher and governing body for "La Cumbre," "Daily Nexus," KCSB and the various other publica- tions. During the year, editorial guidelines were formalized and submitted to the Board of Re- gents for the student newspaper. In addition, two editorial subcommittees were established for the media to act as mediators between stu- dents and the publications. During Winter Quarter, the Board concerned itself with recommending a budget for the following year to Finance Board and Legislative Council. Some 368,000 was divided up to sup- port the media and related communications personnel. Because nearly 317,000 was trim- med from the budget by Legislative Council, plans for stereo programming for KCSB and an enlarged "Daily Nexus" were abandoned for next year. GAYLE KERR Iabovel, Advertising Nlanager. NIICHELE HUTCHESON irightl, Receptionist-Secretary. JOE KOVACH Ibelowl, Communications Director. lv?- it 5' Ig. , x. F EI t-I A New gf ' V A t+. ,,1. I. E' was Q ." ' 'ta - X i .-my I l ga -.X MINOR PUBLICATIONS HANDBOOK, CALENDAR, GUIDE PROVE INFORIVIATIVE, POPULAR Gayle Kerr, Advertising lVlanager, compiled thousands of names of students, faculty and staff to produce this year's Hustler's Handbook, a convenient phone and address directory. The Associated Student's Activities Calen- dar for 1971 was designed by Art Montes de Oca, featuring innovative graphics. Celeste Plaister edited what was formerly called the Gaucho Guide in an entirely new format. Called "Everything You Always Want- ed to Know About UCSB but were Afraid to Ask," the publication proved to be informative and popular. Copies were mailed to all incom- ing freshmen and new transfer students. Communications Board members lleft! discuss budget allotments for the 797 7-'72 fiscal year. sw J., -z A , ,C V , '2?Z'sl??E35ifig3A Qu V g , JH ,girl , X l ' is mf 554'-4.E'f'w Alou Over mug- PM 'tolli-L EEF Ulm 'fee ling , 'EEF 5 , LL. ,, , CELESTE PLAISTER Orientation Guide Editor LARRY BOGGS irighti Editor. HILARY KAYE AND MIKE GROSSBERG, ibelowi, City Editors. MARK AULMAN ibelow rightl, Managing Editor. KATHY PETERSON fabove lefti, News Editor. MIKE CALLAHAN iabovel, Feature Editor. ELLEN HILLSON lleftl, Copy Editor. 'DAILY NEXUS' NEW NAME, BETTER COVERAGE INTRODUCED TO CHANGE IMAGE Editor Larry Boggs began the year with the awesome task of changing the image of the newspaper which had lost considerable stu- dent support the previous year. A name change from "El Gaucho," what the paper had been called for 37 years, heralded the new policies which included more complete and unbiased coverage and an arts supple- ment. Financial difficulties because of a national business slump which was reflected in a re- duction of advertising in the paper forced Boggs in conjunction with the Communica- tions Board to charge non-Associated Stu- dents members for the paper. Because of a growing concern in the ed- ucational community about the content of student-sponsored publications, the "Nexus" was asked to submit its editorial guidelines to the Regents for scrutiny. x 'li -...f N 'rx yy S - f iw wr. , , it-' RICH PROCTER Uefti, Arts Editor. RENATA FARBER and JOHN FRANKLIN Ibelowl, Photographers. JOANNE JEIVIIVIOTT lbottoml, DON HILL Kbottoml, Printer. '-D 1 2-be gli' 'ixfjt-fl, "' ' ff X' X 'V x U -Q il. A Q , 1 ,- . X , , 1 . - 1 p QA 1 Q - A- fl 593.7-f'w2:'.--'N"l . ,G , .,,IM,3 -,R 7- V L, 6.3.3 i +f1fz',4', f. ark g,1f'zj1 x 9- " jf I , j ,, ff.-ciglfvfg P "lib ,i'2"i5g'lTF '1 V . xrlqq I 'Vs , f , A"3.,.?1U ' - '- .Qty ,Q g .. me . I Ji! A, ,WX fm ""f1 -"' ' ",n.11X?2Sx K X .f ' M "Q 1'Ax .. .x"T' - ,.' 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STEVE SELLNIAN, Chief Engi- neer, DIEHLMARTIN, STEVE COLLEY, PHIL TODD, GREG BALL fbe- low rightl, Engineers. 1.. ,., - 1 WL' 51' -In : 5' -'M lf? 2.5 eff 1 ,qv .5-V. 1 5 ,f - , 'j Q ' A . A f 'EWQLT Q L 1 I . ,grdmg 1 Y I I , -ff' y . ,fflll If L' 49 ' ' 1 " V f, ' .,1 X x Q . V' ' B ,. y ' - ' SiHURSFf , I -If Q L gffmzg . 'F ' I P15 Q r, 11- fxwomfiw Q fwixs' ' it '53, " sofvfrpffarwsrf 0 ' 2, , g. XB' W g Li' " X ' . - if' . , , ,,-, 3 :D ' I '+L K L., ., ,lm 45,9 'I ' D "Ax 1 'Q nigg- .if 'I X X x xl I . ' Xxxxx' N l Y-:if "Y .ri ,U ' ,Wh 5 4' 'f J' ' I 4 -f fiffff . ' :Y 'ff S " fue' I . v A W ,Tir If , ',Q.,45nv""'75i??f1 f 2 lx :Q W ' Lnkfxw . , 1 , . 15m HQ- .. Cf .X 5 , SUSAN LINN lrightl Editor-in-Chief. ANDY MILLS lbelowl, Head Photographer. GER RY HINKLEY lbelow rightl, Managing Editor. A Q, E. 'N H 'X V ,ix V g H ' I Ng 'i Q rr'.11l-- 'TY A-511' " gf, ., E, 194 ...-assi' LA C UMBRE LAGGING INTEREST, FALLEN SALES THREATEN YEARBOOK The monumental task of co-ordinating the 20 staff members of the 1971 La Cumbre was tackled by Editor Susan Linn with the help of Adviser Joe Kovach and Managing Editor Gerry Hinkley. ln addition to creating the 424-page book, the staff was called upon to defend the publication as it came under attack from many students who denied the relevance of a traditional institution like the annual. Lagging sales which caused a reduction in the number of copies printed failed to in- fluence the quality of material submitted by staff members for publication. A reorgani- zation of many of the divisions in the book and the addition of a new student art section were made to improve the coverage of campus activities in an attempt to reaffirm the La Cumbre's long-time reputation as an out- standing university book. Henry Silverman, Linda Koerner, Susan Linn, Gerry Hinkley, and Ilene Levin lleftl all insisted on being in the candid picture for the yearbook staff pages. fffff,7f-TAf"7f" ' ' 4:5 SUE ZANDER ltop leftl, Greek Editor. RICHARD HOUANG labovel Layout Editor. STEPHANIE LAM lleftl Staff Photo- grapher. JIM ZANT Irighti, Inter-coI- legiate Sports Editor. FIICAFI- DO FREEMAN Ifar righti Isla Vista Editor. GFIETCHEN HEWLETT Ibelowi, Govern- ment and Communications Ed- itor. ILENE LEVIN Ibelow centerl, Index Editor. CATHI NICLAIN Ibelow rightl, Seniors Editor. IVIAHSHA BEFIGER Ibottom Iefti, Academics Ed- itor. LINDA KOEFINEFI Ibot- tom rightl, Residence Halls Editor. BRUCE ZIMMERMAN, Business Manager, and KAREN FUJIKAWA irightl, Intramural Sports Editor. N , .1 J I 'I -1' i, bifiw: rg. it, f CELESTE PLAISTER iabove lefti, Political Events Editor. HENRY SILVER MAN iabovel, Business Manager. SHERRY STELZNER ileftl, Organizations Editor. u w ,A 3 IL. 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L, -131,1 TA' gh, .il ,Au ...-..w,f...fAgkfgwfu.-,f.5.-5-u , M ..,,,.,. , M- A , . ,,,.,,,g,L,A,., ., . , H -' ' .' '-7 Q 3.-FQ A' .,, ,,.. A :'i.:+,- 1- uf 3211- .w-V P -'lr JS.: 4'fK,, 4' , , , f ., ... .:' '. fag - '- -"',.s-+L-, .,., , ':':v,.,x i1"f'- F- 1 . 'V .L,.fm, ,..1' nf .. . www .- fn, 1 .I ., , -, ,. .,,, ,. v. . ,, ,. , ,Q H.. A -,. ,S-, ,4 A., , ,H.,,,.- 'hw - wg.. ,J ,,- ., .. 4 ,..- 1 . - , , up . - " . Ni, 'wr '- f- L' L. 'v1.7'q- rw .,-,- 1-,.'--"'zy:q?.:g..g1 ..- ' 51 -'F , H . ,. ,, , 1 , in v- f- . UH. V V... ' ,Q 'w 1 1 , -. . .f.'-,fr 1 - 51, -w , n,'x-rf' :-rf , - 4-'diff Q 4 1 4 1 I I r U' M- , I. 4. 51.,-:-3i:F- Q13 L V-gm 'Lx f. f' it M, , - , n ' -. Y' x 11-an 1 A .,- V - , - -. V ,I 'S ORGANIZATIO S SPURS CHILDREN AND PROJECTS GENERATE ENTHUSIASM Humanitarian pursuits, coupled with cam- pus and community projects, occupied Spurs, the women's honorary organi- zation. The group enjoyed participating with children in a variety of activities. They sponsored a monthly birthday party at the Devereux School for the emotionally disturbed, organized a Christmas party for the Santa Barbara Brownie troops, and worked with the underprivileged youngsters in the Isla Vista and Goleta area. They also delivered the traditional Spuro-grams on Valentine's Day, manned the campus election polls, and cooperated with the American Cancer Society. Relaxing Spur advisors lrightl Lee Reynolds, Leslie Jones, and Sue Barr, enjoy themselves at a reception for the Regional Director Pat Bonkiewicz on her visit to the UCSB chapter. ii V N .- A z 5' .I S , .I ,ug ,, Cindy Benson Leslie Fambrini Linda Breler Darcy Freeman Moira Casey Janet Hagberg Debby Dodd Doreen Honegger '1-47' 2 J y. ,HA . ,ll I l I if Lg if Janice Jacinto Eileen Kadesh Susan Miller Randy Nixon .QM .4 ' ,,, , . i i ff, J , K W , Marla Vergarl Va ie Warner Connie iliams Susan Stark before gi 4 1 I 1 'I lf, S5534 1" -" if G-L: rf'-15in2' -I I II "lk-J SHELL 81 OAR-FRONT ROW: Laura Strain, Doreen Honegger, Linda Kesler, Ann Stern, Diana Waldie, Ann Dubell, Linda Mooers, Judi Zuckert, Candy Walker Ivice-presidentl, Celeste Plaister, Susan Simon, lVlerrilee Fellows, Chrisse Ohama, Cindy Shields, Donna Halpern, Tina Rochlin, Maria Vergari. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Krauter, Sue Hummel, Patricia Curran, llllarie Meredith, Joan Glover, Linda lVlcWilliam, Dee Jay Beatty, Ruth lVlarden, Bobbie Cole lpresidentl, Randi Ellman, Lisa Ross, Pat Dixon, Jane Conway Ihistorianl, Robbie Roth, Carol Pike, Linda Hogaboom. SHELL AND OAR GROUP SUPPORTS CREW IN SPIRIT AND IN FUNDS Providing moral and financial support for the crew is the objective of Shell and Oar. This year the members held their traditional raffle, giving away a color TV. They sold mistletoe during the holiday season and donuts on weekend mornings in Isla Vista and in the dorms. All of these money raising activities provided des- perately needed funds for the crew. Shell and Oar president Bobbie Cole lleftl re- ports progress on their drive to collect trading stamps, while members Randi Ellman and Ruth Marden listen. The stamps were to be used to furnish the crew with a movie camera to aid in pointing out technique faults. RUGGER HUGGERS HOSTESS HOSPITALITY WELCOMES RUGBY FANS Acting as Rugby game hostesses and "food-furnishers" isandwiches and fruiti for both playing teams and for after- game parties, the Rugger Huggers have been engrossed this year in boosting team and sport spirit and interest and publi- cizing Rugby matches-particularly the Southern California Rugby Tournament. At the games and the big tournament, the girls diligently sold tickets and pro- grams and aided in scoring and assisting visitors. For pleasant diversion, a pre- season Rugger-Rugger Hugger party and an "egg begg" took minds off of the heat of competition, at least for a few enjoyable moments. RUGGER HUGGERS-FRONT ROW: Nancy Dysart, Sylvia Baca, Jeanie Ruggles, Bobbi Kridl, Carolyn Kreston, Ellen Eiseman, Janice Patronite. SECOND ROW: Vesta Arnold, Barbara Breen, Suzy Hill, Patti Harris, Joyce Baldwin, Randi Ellman, Kathy Rogus. THIRD ROW: Linda Lemaster, Marty Lemaster, Nancy Nelson, Teri Schmidt, Cathy Smith, Linda Breler. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Laflin, Lisa Reed, Nlonica Parker, Barb Lawton, Kathy Genasci, Ann Henderson Lisa Nloulthrop. RMC Monmn BOARD fygjlwf W EMINENT SENIOR WOMEN UNITE, WORK TOGETHER The members of the honorary organi- zation for senior women, lVlortar Board, were engaged in enterprises veering in two divergent directions during 1970-'71. Because the membership is drawn from such a cross-section of the university community, simply getting acquainted was a high priority goal. Interest and group togetherness were also promoted and prompted by discussion meetings featuring relevant guest speakers and by potluck dinners held in common with a men's club, Blue Key. The members were searching for and analyzing the records of potential Mortar Board nominees throughout the early part of the year, this persistence ultimately being rewarded at the announcement of the next year's membership at the Wo- men's Award Dessert held in the Spring. 'vs N, N Julie Barber Roberta King Kathleen Brook lVlariIee Long Grace Corselius Gayle Rosa Susan Crittenden Mary Vail Julie Henderson Rae Woolsey 1 '-'ra Q w I ,. Gail Bei Janet Edson Eva Lippman Deborah Miller Jeanette Burns Linda Howard Carolyn Lynes Judith Painter Nancy Colwell Eileen Johnson Sandy IVlcCarthy Cheryl Poncini CHIMES WORTHWHILE PROJECTS GIVE GROUP ITS PURPOSE Exemplifying their motto, "to lead with knowledge, to follow with intelligence, to seek the worthwhile in life," Chimes, the junior women's organization, sought a meaningful purpose for their group. They served people of all ages. They gave parties for' the children at the Day Care Center and worked to brighten the days of the residents of a home for the elderly. Chimes member Carol O'Bill Ileftl treats the children at the Day Care Center to a Valen- tine's Day party. ln an attempt to draw the senior women's honorary group closer together, Mortar Board president Mary Vail lfar left! meets with members at an evening get- together at the Kappa Alpha Theta house. Cynthia Toilette Lucy Watkins HONEYBEARS HOSTESSES SERVE CAMPUS lN MANY VARIED CAPACITIES Hoping and helping to ease the dehuman- ization of the crowded educational sys- tem, the Honeybears assisted at Open Registration, packet filing and freshman orientation. They also acted as guides on University Day and hosted the Alumni banquet on Homecoming weekend. Not restricting their activities to any one segment of campus life, the Honeybears were involved with such varied activities as greeting a visiting football team and lighting the art gallery Christmas tree. Honeybear hostess Sharon Ready irightl pro- vides salient facts as well as personal insights into life at UCSB for an interested high school group. A flock of Honeybear guides Hnelowl, Mary Johnson, Becky Gray, Gail Papac, Sharon Ready, Becky Yates, and Nancy Beyers, dis- cusses tactics before begihmng a campus tour. 04 l w e ,si ,l r f- vf . N lx K3 l , up Xi Ar In ' D A ' A al fx is , Ann Albright Kris Borglin Dee Anderson Chris Brown Nancy Beyers Terry Brownell Debbie Blumberg Cathy Carson !., 2 .Fi A 'L' ' Y' f l I ' -A l , ' ffl! 5 . .y ' . hr fe ' 5? f I 9 i.,.. , 7 M55 ' Q' W Noreen Fiore Jeri Grenfell Amy Johnson Barbara Fujlkuni Cilla Hobson Eileen Johnson Marsha Geiger Doreen Honegger Lyndell Johnson Rebecca Gray Saraio Hornstein Mary Johnson 5. X. G ' i El 4-6 r f I SN l ll Y l . gl l ,-1 use. - Q l. AAI.. Honeybears, Sharon Mason and Cilla Hobson labo vel are busy selling basketball programs in Robertson Gym. "Q 1 21 , Qt, Christine Jura lancy Kulvin ,arbara Lemman 'arolyn Lynes N ga. nigh Carolyn Shaw Mary Vail 'R Barbara Walker A-if .fi Gail Papac D'Anne Pierce Sharon Ready Jan Scobey Valerie Warner Sally Willson Becky Yates f 14' X X " f r X A 1 if .f 'Q' f I n ' 9' Q I, I' f 4 -L43 MP 51 "-1 'Ns X I A Y' x k 1 ' 01 15 K 2 9 kv J x.' " ZX 5 A ' .5 3 5 44k Nxt .il V xv' 4-T11 h ' ' b "I iff' 'xml , -, A F: X Uv w 1, I f-1 ' ii. woMEN's GLEE, DORIA NS, CHORUS CONCERT TOURS INCLUDE HAWAII, UC CAMPUSES Travel was a major part ofthe activities ofall UCSB musical groups-both choral and instrumental. The Women's Varsity Glee Club, along with the Dorians, work- ed diligently in their choral and fund- raising endeavors to be able to go on an extensive tour of the Hawaiian islands over spring vacation. Repertory Chorus, staying nearer home, participated in the intercampus exchange program, touring the sister UC campuses and performing, as their major work, Dvorak's "Requiem" DORIANS ilefti-FRONT ROW: Gael Knighton, Beryl Gorzynski, Yvonne Ashton, Vivian Vega, Do- orthy Westra ldirectressi. SECOND ROW:Val War- ner, Abby Haman, Marian Sims, Jan Pearson. 'ZEPERTORY CHORUS-FRONT ROW: Betty Wilson, Gayle Kelley, Kathy 'almer, Leslie Yerington, Nancy Curtis, Jani Shebata, Beth Allen, Beth Vaite, Marilyn Lord, Karen Armington, Barbara Brockie, Barbara Roman- hak,JaniceStiles,Shirley Siler. SECOND ROW: Karen Young, Laurie Camp- lell, Lois Rader, Nancy Tucker, Gail Fenelon, Sally Stout, Gina Piazza, Sally lutler, Carol Rathbun, Lynette Kuljian, Stephanie Penn, Julia Grow, Betsy tlevitt, Michael Livingston idirectorl.THlRD ROW: Jose Garcia, Jon Mounts, Marilee Long, Kevin Raftery, Michael McCollu ,Sidn Trotz, Steve Smith, Allen Weiss, Greg Miller, Katherine Kheel,QJudyM'RapaporiJ Carol Hubert, Martha Robinson, Pamela Heino. FOURTH ROW: A lan England, Fred Hill, Chris Priolo, Mark Johnson, David Weber, Leland Leach, lsadoro Lipschitz, Ethan Samples, Bill Fisher, Art Pitts, Edie Martinelli, Laurel Leef, Teri McNamara, Barbara Bennett, Irene Hodson. EUS CHAMBER SINGEHS, BAND, GLEE MUSIC GROUPS SCHEDULE EUROPEAN CONCERT TOURS The Chamber Singers, after a successful European concert tour last summer, be- gan to plan for a similar tour in 1972. They also toured Northern California during Spring break. The UCSB Band maintained a full schedule performing for GGR, RRR, athletic events and at local high schools. Men's Glee Club staged a winter con- cert complete with costumes. They then concentrated their efforts on preparing for the Schubertians' month-long Euro- pean tour which was highlighted by a performance at Schubert's birthplace. CHAMBER SINGERS ibelowl-FRONT ROW: Michael Rosso, Beth Allen, Tinka Saul, Marsha Dorothy Westra ldirectressl. SECOND ROW: Marian MacKinney, Abby Haman, Jan Hopkin. TH ROW: Art Pitts, Gene Ford, Bob O'Hollaren, Steven Gifford, Gary Smith, Sally Butler, Terri T e Marilee Long, Jose Garcia. Cbwbr BAND ibottomi-FRONT ROW: Susan Goldstein ipresidentl, Charles Degan istudent directo Peterson, Rosalie Harris, Jeanette Burns, Barbara King, Heather Ramsey, Holli Hull, Marg isocial chairmani. SECOND ROW: Lawrence Goldman, Molly Mclntyre, Virginia Wagner, Janil -Elsie Unruh, Linda Osmundson ibusiness managerl, Michael Bates, Ann Jefferson, Willy Mi Cynde Meyer ipublicityl. THIRD ROW: Jean Weinstock, Teresa Smith, Fran Wasielewski, Jan Susan Huddlestone, Jim Lobnow, Bill Boyd, J.J. Johnson, Tim McLaughlin, Joel Colburn. F ROW: Charles Wood ldirectorl, Maria Gummerson, Tim Boenig, Craig Johnston, Chuck Foster, Don Griffith, Dick Radosh. FIFTH ROW: Gina Piazza, Steven Watkins, Matt Louis Coker. lg c. NWKSK' ,Y u V M xv MO 5111.3-sx65" Fkfaff. .P M 1EN'S GLEE-FRONT ROW: 6 get Wilcob Bill Fisher, Bill Apao, Paul ishop, David Keith, Les Lizama, Lee ach, Frank Favalora, Jim Van loord, Jim Narducci. SECOND ROW: Chris Work, Samuel Hsu, Barry Arm- zrong, Dick Primont, Scott Humble, Jim Blodgett, Jeff Babcock, Rick tevens, Brent Anderson. THIRD ROW: Pat De Santis, Mark Ream, Howard SCHUBERTIANS-FRONT ROW: John Corey, Brent Anderson, Les Lizama, Lee Leach, Gary Smith. 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A THLETIC DEPARTMENT COACH ED SWARTZ BECOMES ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 1970-1971 was a year of change in the UCSB Athletic Department as familiar faces filled new jobs. Helms Foundation Hall of Famer Jack Curtice retired from active coaching and relinquished the head football coach spot to longtime aide, Andy Everest. Ed Swartz, a member of the UCSB football staff for four years, took over as Curtice's Assistant Director of Athletics and business manager for the department. This realignment came at the height of UCSB's 49-year history of athletics. The UCSB intercollegiate athletic department of- fered competition in 13 varsity sports and nine freshman programs which consisted of approximately 500 athletes. Teaming with Curtice, Everest and Swartz are Sports Information Director Donn Bern- stein, who laudably carries out the depart- ment's public relations, and Harry Callihan, UCSB's efficent team trainer. FRONT ROW: Assistant Athletic Director and Business Manager Ed Swartz, Athletic Director Jack Curtice, Head Football Coach Andy Everest. SECOND ROW: Sports ln- formation Director Donn Bernstein, Equipment Manager Bob Rapanut, Assistant Equipment Manager Mike Arrellano, Team Trainer Harry Callihan. . xl 3, 1 .a S . W . ,j J . Iwi I. ' f 1' I 2 V, ' 51 1- 'f 1' .,l Q ,- " 1 h .1 .V 'lit' 'ew . .. C -' 65, ,. I :.".::.':.:u P' x "' . 4, , LQ .4 ' jf '1' . S 1 r., x V KL. Flin if . .31 A -'L i 1 "' '1 A 2772. - ' -I+ 5 9 New V- .mf mv- , ,M bt? .AA .. f'--- 9 M. K: TIS .-235+ W1 X' M - 1 3 5 as v 1+ up Q' 'Q 3? i X. 1- gs B 'iz YQ ya? - R K , if M gf 3 E V! - -: . - Nr :w .. : 'El'?: ' ..... ' , :Sifff " 9i4E5?ifG , 'L ' - mgf M y E a -M' H .. ' gg f giis 4, la- - w , S .r A :,.::..:,, -. , V wvhfgia :..L:gVf QT? .Iv I' . ' 1 9 1 ' "--Sas f-:E -X-. . Alu- ' 1 if - f'f-'A-- '-'s,,,- . 7:!1 5 Svikxi ARR 1v,M . Nxsgag L' ,-3, 4,-I qv ' . , 4 kv ' - ' I 13" 15" 4 ' Q ' ' .1 jd. li , , : . 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Their efforts, along with those of the cheerleaders, have promoted a sincere optimism in Gaucho athletics. Song girls ileftl Darcy Boesel, Gwen Pabst, Paula Christian- sen, Dianne Skillman, Shelley Sturtevant and Kathy Panovich with cheerleaders Leslie Fambrini, Chris Laun, Cindy Springer, and Zenola Cochrane raise enthusiasm at the Cal Poly game. Not pictured is cheerleader Sunshine Sandeen. Chuck Degan lbelow leftl directs the band during their halfitme show. Zenola Cochrane lbelowl and Chris Laun lbo ttoml try to arouse some spirit in the stands. 'T ,g"'T' Trac 1 " 1 V - ' "tiff Tf"E"f"f -7',fflQIff7.:5'??f A , ' ' ig gi" I. If 5.5. V .V ,gh V ,. WJ. - Vu. Q- V. sn. V -1 . -QV V . 4 -4 ,, -, ink I ...VV VV -- , 4 . ,- ,.A , ,M V.. 4.. .I V Q.. . - ' V -V'VfV..S Vfbz . .VA--.,. V 4 1, ' V-: N5 ' V2.7 V' A V H. A A KEJVJ 'K 'QU' s' -1 5... - ,, ' . . V ' ' .-" , - I. - Q ' - ' .J- V N . , - A V ,V -4 -1 1 V-A Q , KQV. I "QI 61. 5 ,i 5.-:JI . V, . V,. .AA H . Y Ar 5-1 D. 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X-L e X'- Q.-,if 5 fi 28 Steve Huntsinger lrightl turns the corner on a Valley State defenden Leading Gaucho rusher Steve Ver- million lbelovvj takes the hand-off from Palomino against the San Diego State Aztecs. A determined Steve Vermillion lrigh tl slashes for short yardage while the LA State defense braces for contact FOOTBALL GALLOPING GAUCHOS STUMBLE IN EVEREST'S FIRST YEAR Andy Everest, taking the reins from Cactus Jack Curtice, made his debut as head coach of the Gauchos. UCSB could manage only two victories in eleven starts and sixth place in the Pacific Coast Athletic Association. The Gauchos won their lone conference game in a 36-6 rout of Cal State at Los Angeles and registered their only other win over pre- viously unbeaten Hawaii in an inspired 22-20 upset. lt was a frustrating year for head coach Everest and his pack, as they dropped close decisions to Valley State and Santa Clara, 13-7 and 14-10 respectively. Among UCSB's other defeats were a devastating 63-21 loss to Texas Tech, a bowl-bound Southwest Con- ference powerhouse, and a 64-7 drubbing at the hands of tough San Diego State. The Gauchos played a statistically sound game against conference champion Cal State Long Beach, holding Leon Burns, 49er running sensation, to minimal yardage. Although con- sistently moving the ball, the Gauchos still ended up a 33-7 visiting loser. iv' -i, . al 5 1" .' rv . R :lf-N , ., 4 as U 5 I . I ek" T.. ,. l 1 W" ski Pia. i 'J , !' .5 4 " 1 11 ff W.. I. gy U , ff, Q QQ 5, F R 3X '-9, U M f' mif f?-'1 32 ,'::f:s1'ff"Fm -30:1 'ffm 1 'f Lv- 29- ' ,V 4'4"w' 1411 ir. 'W '- ' WM jvP'1':i'r::,L up lg 1,-' .f .-xA.u,Q?,5l3f-'rr 'xiii H31 ?q :..-: .uh -Ja-4.7 J".fL-vi f Q ,. 4. P+--f-J-. :. N- -4' ls- KW 45' XX 49, , .xr ,. . , 11- C' If V ""'f9-fa'-' ' ' -' .. 'Q'-sg., ? , ..g-AQ-jx . .J v V . 4. " ' ' 1 f ., gf- 1 , , .H SCOREBOARD UCSB OPPON E N T 74 "San Jose State 28 70 'Fresno Sta te 25 7 San Fernando Valley State 73 27 Texas Tech 63 70 Santa Clara 74 7 Cal State Long Beach 33 22 Hawaii 20 73 'Universi ty of Pacific 27 36 'Cal State Los Angeles 6 7 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 42 7 'San Diego State 64 'PCAA Game Steve Vermillion lrightl, having just scored a touchdown against UOP 1 on a school record breaking 90- yard run from scrimmage, receives a exuberant congratulations from Carey Williams - W ia -t ,.."" H P i Y? L1 . , .,-... ,.m,,...-, tt ' , . FRONT ROW: Tim Shade, Steve Vermillion, Neil Zaslow, Paul Thatcher, Dennis Ward, Rich Henson, Mike Shultz, Lonnie McConnell, Dave Faulkner, Wendell Williams, Al Dave, Glenn Brown. SECOND ROW: Andy Ciesielski, Bill Hinds, Mike Williams, Tony Ventimiglio, Carey Williams, Chuck Lindsey, Ken Greenaway, John Nieto, Mark Espy, Mike Ponczocha, Gary Simons. THIRD ROW: Bill Briggs, Jim Mitchell, Steve Huntsinger, Gino Mazzanti, Joe Pezzuto, Greg Manosar, Matt Herndon, Jim Volarich, Ken Tarlow, Tim Bppezzo, Max Riley. FOURTH ROW: Bob Huber, Joe Nunez, Randy Palomino, Jerry Pinney, Hal Duncan, Dave Crocker, Rich Rigali, Gary Andersen, Steve Loquaci, Tom Woodring. FIFTH ROW: Mike Anton, Neil Van Dyke, Phil Erbez, Paul Lee, Dan Rodriguez, John Standridge, Nia Dragich, Hank Oltmann, Tim Terrell, Kent Pedersen, Jeff Feliciano. SlXTi ROW: John White, Paul Weinberger, David Moch, Cliff Jenkins, Barr Minster, Ed Rosette, Linebacker Coach Tom Everest, Defensive Backfiel Coach Ron Cote. BACK ROW: Offensive Line Coach Flon Smeltzer, Receive Coach Steve Moore, Head Coach Andy Everest, Redshirt Coach Larry Bram enberg,Defensive Coach Don Turner, Offensive Backfield Coach Pete Kettel Assistant Equipment Manager Mike Arellano, Equipment Manager Bo Rapanut, Assistant Trainer Curtis Watson, Team Trainer Harry Callihai I 'L 1 ,M 5 'gr 941 ., ls: A' 1 '1 v 1' 1- k" ' GF 1. ,FQQQ .I X V 'sin .uv . i:f'.F ff- Wiz.. If ' -H. r,f:f.a: 554575 ' ' Y "N- gg:l.1,,-N . ,i ' .t:W"-'1-'g-- 5-. '- - ,- , 4L:.g.,-,.r-:2,Lf ,7,,- ' - .- - W .1 4 f , -,,.. . , .1 '-,r'2f'L1'?-1 N' N. ' :I '14-'-'-.r-'a' ' ' -wt-'-:,1 ,Q 'ff' fiqh-:if ':- , - ' ' ' Y' I 'ti-:7f':' ., + - tai' . i 1 - A i "-7-Q' ' ' - . , '-'Z-N' . , 1, . t i 4, - Aff. fijj .Rauf f if ' " f .Yi f' 'lf S F ' -',4'.f- . Z' 1 'f Lis 'oach Andy Everest iabovej, in the midst f a disappointing 2-9 season in his vaugural year as head coach, has a ensive moment during his tearn's 36-6' 'hellacking of Cal State L.A. hqj., ,Z 1 . . 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As a team the Gauchos were only able to put together this one outstanding performance. The rest of the season witnessed some excellent individual achievements but lacked team con- sistency. The Gaucho's close loss to Fresno State typ- ified the season, as Mike Macy and Gary Wolf- ram tied for first, only to have the Gauchos de- feated for lack of middleplace finishers. SCOREBOARD A ' H ' UCLA 20, CAL 38, UCSB 85 Westmont 19, UCSB 32 Santa Barbara Athletic Assn. 28, UCSB 29, Pepperdine 80 Fresno St 25, UCSB 32. UCSB 25, Cal Poly ISL Ol 34. FRONT ROW: Mike Macy, Bob Lineback, Mike Maron, Rick Delanty, Joe Belton, Greg Ratliff. SECOND ROW: Jeff Berryessa, John Ogle, Ted Bechtel, Coach Sam Adams, Steve Bushey, Gary Wolfram, Brian Shank, Mike Chambliss. UCSB and Fresno State runners lleftl are briefly bunched together at the start of the tough four-mile jaunt around the lagoon course. Gary Wolfram and Mike Macy labovel clasp hands in mutual jubilation as they share first place against Fresno State. Running uphill is a major difficulty in cross county, and Mike Maron lleftl finds that sunglasses help to reduce the strain. FRONT ROW: Mohamed Deweesh, Robert Loscotoff, Timothy Geddes, Peter McGivern, Douglas McKibben, Lawrence Miller, Mohammad Zarie, Kevin Law. SECOND ROW: Mark Crummey, Michael Cunnane, Thomas Barny, Richard Molander, Coach Zoltan von Somogyi, Patrick Ferre, Kenneth Reeves, Samuel Horton, David Fetter. SOCCER " VON SOMOGYl'S PACK HOLDS S ' N A UP AGAINST TOUGH OPPONENTS A young but scrappy Gaucho soccer team battled to a 4-4-2 mark under the tutelage of Zoltan von Somogyi. ln its fourth year of Southern California Intercollegiate Soccer As- sociation play, UCSB played admirablyagainst teams consisting of foreign players having much competitive experience behind them. 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Rick Rowland's poloists, however, played remarkably, compiling a 19-10 record, their losses being extremely close. UCSB whipped USC 4-1, holding the Trojans to their least amount of goals in recent seasons. Besides the crucial NCAA loss to UCLA, which was de- cided on a penalty throw in the closing minutes of the game, the Gauchos played a tight match with UC Irvine, the 1970 NCAA champs, before succumbing 8-6 in the finals of the All-Cal Tourney. Ben Gage, who holds the career scoring record at UCSB with 240 goals, and Phil Snowdon were named All- American for the second straight year. During a time-out, animated Coach Rick Rowland lrigh tl encourages his determined poloists. Mighty Ben Gage lbelowl displays the form which made him All- American as he prepares to drill one into the net. If FRONT ROW: Jim Halloway, Phil Snowdon, Mike Wilson, Dan Christy Reed Flocks Mosley, SECOND ROW: Larry Guy, Bob Keigh, Don Nelson, Denny Grandle AI Neil Quinn, Greg Stevesn. THIRD ROW: Greg Goodyear, Dirk Muntean Ben Gage Collins, Don Randle, Dick Luther. FOURTH ROW: Bob Gibson Assistant Coach Gary, Coach Rick Rowland. 4' a '- - -1 .a-fi? if -. ,, - se- '- f ,rv - 'mai .gl .,-Ig. at ,l,.. . 1 -,QQ pq been Ltr 1, 3 ,ls L A 'R f 'Le f'+-5 -aura ir 4.,e...-... Q, .5 I . A if" g,..,,,..,.- -fgr- ,, - Anuv' of " f ,S'MP4g hm, dy?" Z:-,min-.,,,-,3-FI?t fig" -2-. +C, V 55,.1'jJ Dan Christy labovel zeroes in on a vigilant goalie. SCOREBOA RD UCSB OPPONENT 22 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 7 7 UCLA 8 4 University of Southern California 7 22 Cal SL Los Angeles " 2 70 Cal Poly Pomona 4 70 Long Beach Olympic All-Stars 7 5 San Jose State 6 76 University of Pacific 7 3 7 Cal State Long Beach " 9 72 San Diego State 4 23 Fresno State 4 'PCAA games All-Cal Tourney-2nd place West Coast Tourney-2nd place PCAA Championships-3rd place NCAA Championships-7th place 40 ln the finals of UCSB 's second annual California Win ter Classic, Ron Allen lbelowl springs to the net for two points in the Gauchos' tournament victory over Memphis State. Forward Earl Frazier irightl exhibits his scoring power over Temple's Ray Tharan. FRONT ROW: Assistant Coach Billy Jones, Jim Edmond, Bob Schachter, Steve Haskett, Bob Mason, Ron Allen, Assistant Coach Adrian Buoncristiani. SECOND ROW: Head Coach Ralph Barkey, Team Manager, Lance deGooyer,IVlike IVIcGory, Dennis Rector, Doug Rex, Earl Frazier, Steve Rockhold, John Tschogl, Keith Shumaker, Team Trainer Harry Callihan. -.L is-H-e -.' . ,. xnx., lc., .. 1 YA.. X fm 1 W. rf -L, Q r K K ,, , fur' mi BGL ,Y I .gtg .. ' A-H' V ,- ,xr wa., ,. , ,P . -. 'iiXf.y1i'f1' .arlm?'.- . , - - M.-I r-.elxbgfi-ifff, "Yi Q 's.'4'i3ff vi '-jH "5'f,i"'7'?ig1 L j ' ? USigf.?wqi: 5 ' f,1f5'? "' 9 ' .. ur-, " 4" ' ' P i n . . E -+5fQ,j'g.Q,r ' ' X: r ' abt.. .f er, f 5' g Ar... . . f -V z'x v K' " , -,X ,H , , . ,, . gf, , nz J, 57 5' ' Lua. -I 4 x tn:- i' sW ifif1-1 " 'ii' L " H ' :Rf-' 3, 4 4' 5' .1.,: if. ' -i S41 '5Q'.,,Llggj K f 'iffi-vjhf " CSB X.,-?4',,,. -1 1 ,,4, , .V--.., -.' , l ,Q in V ps' ' - Q. ight ucsl 12 OSH BASKETBALL: Tony Fitch, Kim Smith, Mark DeVencen2i, Murvin Glass, Herb nter, Bill Secor, Mike Hart, Kent Petersmeyer, John Stock, Frank Wasco. STANDING: ch Larry Silvett. BASKETBALL THOUGH FINISHING SECOND IN PCAA, UCSB HAS GREAT YEAR UCSB athletics had its finest hour in the im- pressive 20-6 record compiled by the Doug Rex led Gaucho basketballers. Finishing a strong second in the PCAA, a conference which receiv- ed national attention and prestige due to Long Beach State's near upset of UCLA, the Gauchos had a superior season under the tutelage of mentor Ralph Barkey. UCSB placed three on the all-PCAA team- center Rex, junior forward John Tschogl and Ron Allen, junior guard. Included in the highlight-studded season were heartbreaking early campaign losses on the road to Utah State and Colorado, and a respectable defeat to champion UCLA, 74-61. On the victory side were hard-earned wins over previously undefeated Louisiana Tech, a clutch tournament win over Memphis State, and a school-record establishing 123-68 vanquishing of Cal Poly Pomona. SCOREBOARD UCSB Opponent 96 Texas Arlington 67 95 Baylor 68 64 Utah State 66 59 Colorado 61 76 Cal Poly lSLOl 71 84 UC Riverside 69 91 Humboldt State 50 78 Temple 68 84 +ldaho State 71 85 +Memphis State 81 81 'San Jose State 61 91 'Fresno State 75 81 'San Diego State 75 59 'Cal State Long Beach 77 123 Cal Poly Pomona 68 66 Louisiana Tech 63 66 Loyola Los Angeles 75 61 UCLA 74 69 'Cal State Los Angeles 67 67 San Fernando Valley State 66 82 Westmont College 63 86 'Cal State Los Angeles 84 96 'San Diego State 86 60 'Cal State Long Beach 73 77 'San Jose State 64 99 " Fresno State 68 'Pacific Coast Athletic Conference game +California Winter Classic game Tschogl fleftl unloads an assist against Cal State Long Beach. D L llc 1 S tn i ' Fl" P . ,. K YI! 1 'll .fx ' .,, mm., 'g s 1 Q1 XTX img 1' -pq - il 'ss 4 Y mx , P?-f 1 .- ' +4 I 'X l H "-'W' . 1 - r . . ul , I 'L L,J,L Mi ' 8 " 1 . .Q . i Iii , . U ' MMA. . E , ., Y Mi In - H r 3 , gli. 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Figuring heavily in UCSB's scoring were side- horse and parallel bar standout Brian Kolb, Dave Izzo on the long horse and parallel bar, Greg Pierce on the high bars and senior Captain Jeff Rosen, a four-year performer and stalwart on the rings. The Gaucho gymnasts progressed and im- proved throughout the year. Coach Aldritt and UCSB gymnastics buffs anticipated an honor- able showing in the PCAA Championships. Brian Kolb lrightl performs a "kerre-out"on his spe- cialty, the sidehorse. ln a "front somiendismount off the parallel bars, Dave lzzo flower rightl strives for perfection. Greg Pierce fbelo wl executes a "cast-from? somie" off the high bar. FRONT ROW: Bob Kuhne, Ted Binkley, Jim Wayman, Greg Pierce, Dave Izzo, Mike Steve Pfarr. SECOND ROW: Coach Art Aldritt, Captain Jeff Rosen, Jerry im Tim Carlton, Bob Henderson, Brian Kolb, Assistant Coach Bob Harris. NOT Jeff McClure. U,ll-IAQ pill Q I iv' i fj ip 1 ' 'tum-' V 'lu' vgfif 5? 148 V- "9 'Sta ea' YQ Q Q YQ 0 'ISU use 1 Isp 177 131 I , pq' '77 lj G I .I ,Nw A 5 A -' N .4 s 3 JL, , J' ' --ew J-1 S T ,- - . xv' 'K I 5 i an k A ' 9 .K ' ' gfrii-Af.:-. . Ja wi " 6 ' T vw 'rg' I ' . 1 ' ' 1 xiii W . 1,1 Q 2,- . ucv J , cz . Q! f Ya SWIMMING WATERMEN HURT BY INJURIES BUT SALVAGE DECENT SEASON ln spite of a plague of injuries which nearly decimated the ranks of Rick Rowland's mer- men, the UCSB swimming team checked-in admirably with a 7-3 mark. Coupled with this formidable accomplishment was a second place finish in the Gold Coast Invitational meet hosted by the Gauchos this year. At the PCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, UCSB succeeded in finishing an inspired third place. However, carrying the banner for UCSB into the NCAA Championships was John "Mac" Bower, who broke his own school record in the 200-yard breaststroke. At the PCAA meet, which was held in Long Beach Bower placed fifth and third in the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke which earned him his berth in the nationals. Other bright spots this season were fresh- man Ron Ludekens who scored heavily in the distances at the Gold Coast Invitational and consistent Dan Twogood who took fourths in the PCAA's one and three-meter diving. SCOREBOARD UCSB OPPONENT 67 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 46 94 Cal State Los Angeles 18 21 Cal State Long Beach 92 63M UC Irvine 492 70 San Diego State 43 86 San Jose State 27 82 Fresno State 21 32 University of Pacific 81 John "Mac" Bower, winner of the team's "Most Valu- able" award, is one of the nation's top breaststrokers. FRONT ROW: Coach Rick Rowland, Dan Twogood, Steve West, Mark Sturges, Captain Stan Searcy, Mark Worden, Dick Zimmer, Greg Crum. SECOND ROW: Bob Gibson, Bill Sinkinson, Tom Boenig, Mike Jefferson, Craig Shaugh- nessy, Craig Bowman, Rich Sperberg. THIRD ROW: John "Mac" Bower, Ron Ludekens, Chuck York, Don Carlson, Jerry Carter, Neil Quinn, Miles Cor- win. -- .vgf 1 nr f-L FRONT ROW: Bruce Silva, Nlike Ong, Suresh Bangara, Dave Manella, Currie Miller. SECOND ROW: Lee Tofanelli, Dave Grokenberger, Gary Geor- ges, Ken Bentley, Jeff Haas, Eric Lewis, Ed Shrader, Coach Ed Doty. Eric Lewis ilefti diligently works on his serve while Dave Grokenberger labovei charges the net in a practice session with Lewis. TENNIS GROKENBERGER, BENTLEY AND LEWIS PACE DOTY'S NETMEN After 13 matches the Gaucho netmen stood 8-5, including satisfying victories over polished teams from Long Beach State and Los Angeles State. Included on Coach Ed Doty's schedule were three of the nation's top teams Cal, San Jose State and Stanford. At midseason, the only one ofthe three that the Gauchos had met was Cal. In that contest UCSB received an 8-1 drubbing. 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IF Jr A 929, ,Im Carrell Swearingen iabovei slides under the tag of Cal Poly SLO's Snow in a play at third base during Pacific Coast Invitational Tournament action, but UCSB 's Dave Walski irigh tj comes up a step too short against Westmont BASEBALL GAUCHO NINE GRABS PACIFIC COAST INVITATIONAL TOURNEY The 1971 edition of Gaucho baseball marked UCSB at 16-12 after the Gaucho's second straight championship in the Pacific Coast Invitational Tournament, held this year on the UCSB diamond. Coach Dave Gorrie's sluggers have taken this tourney three times in its eight-year history. Early season action was punctuated with inspired wins over nationally ranked, defend- ing NCAA Champion USC and perennially tough UCLA, but PCAA play began with a series loss to Cal State Long -Beach, the 49'ers vanquishing the Gauchos two games to one. Leading UCSB at midseason were Steve Floss, Cary Crouch and Scott Brovvn, all solid .300 hitters, with Bob Franco and Dave Walski adding strong support at the plate. Gaucho ace Jeff Chancer led all hurlers with seven wins against no defeats and an admirable ERA of 2.37. lVlarshall Gates and Steve Cole- man also performed creditably on the mound for UCSB. " .E -,u,,5......,f4 . uf.-,ggznln V LT? W-J .vi ., -2jZ::"4 f' Q. . ' ij ,1",N , 1 T- rife - 1.34, 3,515 N, A, ,jf A'W'." .,, ."'1.,, .Q X. ,giir 'rf-,. , , ,-.,,-,VV-., , i"V",".wiM fl, -:-'L I R- F 5 Y- .qt--3 ,.,,?!1 - " it ? M .,1Q,,. t-f-1 ".'f,:1 '11 ',lQ,5"'-11,123 .4 :V 115'-A.-, JD.: ' -.-' A .1 v- M ----P ,. 'Ag .A.1' ,. r f'-V 7.-' MQ." .,-Q .. - .5 K -Qrlfg-'T Q. -A e - . , ,.,.r ' nga- - " -.4 -A ', K 1-f.,I4 .V i .. . , , ' --,-u: . -47.9.-. .alr-.' .. - 1 T t A . 4 .Q V . 4 '1 . 1 L V' .f.,,,lf. 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'Q ' ,:Tg1' aff' C - 3 S -px ig-R , ' - -ii - 1 . Ars -35" ' M.. - Q 1' ONT ROW: Greg Ratliff, Dan Danache, David Moch, Larry Andrews, Kevin Law, Dave Litell. SEC ROW: Cliff D ' i H I .Y - X ,L.L 32 6 -' M , . Bud Stanton ltop leftl tries to streamline himself over a flight of high hurdles. David Mach ltop rightl is lead-off man for the form- idable Gaucho 440-yard re- lay quartet. Treating the crossbar as a hot wire, Steve Cohn labovel is at that crucial point where a pole vaulter either succeeds or fails to push his torso over the height. kins, Wayne Snyder, Steve Cohn, Randy Smith, Bud Stanton, Bill Hanson, Tom Lee, Joe Belton, o er Vignocchi. sn- "W-5 Sod", IRD ROW: Gerry Moro, Assistant Coach, John Tatum, Max RiIey,Jim La Velle, Head Coach Sam Adams, evm a an, frl Gans, Ted Bechtel, Ron Swayze, James Randolph, Steve Wade. 255 TRACK AND FIELD DASHNIEN LEAD THE WAY AS GAUCHOS TRY TO OVERCONIE Although sporting one of the finest sets of sprinters in UCSB history, the Gaucho track- sters were flawed by a lack of strength in the field events. Some key injuries also prevented the thinclads from operating at their full potential. Leading the Gaucho assault was sophomore sensation Wayne Snyder in the quarter-mile vvho clocked 47.8 early in April. UCSB commenced the campaign with a landslide victory over tri-meet opponents San Fernando Valley State and Pepperdine, but suffered consecutive losses to Long Beach State and Fresno State. Highlighting the early season wasa sizzling 41.6 440-relay, with David lVloch, Snyder, Kevin Bailey and Carey Williams estab- lishing a new school standard in that event. Wayne Snyder lrightl gives his all at the tape in his 440-yard victory over Valley State and Pepperdine. Dan Danache lbelowl, a performer in the decathlon from Haiti, sharpens his form in the long jump. John Tatum flower right! explodes with the shot in dual' meet action. W- 10: "fn 1 ,El -j-' f",,- ,. l Y ff nf,1svr:u- mfg .1---.w 4J 'rf . ,.,,, 1. - W. Q "F'fAlf'1'f:: ff'?'?Ei5-.!"l-iff:--1A-4--4. ..-""'.' 'X - 'V x--.mu EASTER RELA YS TOBIN, HANSON AND QUARTETS GET FIFTH PLACE FOR UCSB The 33rd Annual Santa Barbara Easter Relays, co-sponsored by the UCSB Athletic Depart- ment and the Santa Barbara Junior Chamber of Commerce, honored lVlr. C. James Anderson for his work in organizing this colorful, tra- ditional event over the past 25 years. The ceremonies concluded, the Gauchos went on to finish fifth in the university division, improving last year's performance by one notch and eleven points by scoring 14. UCSB nabbed second on the 880-yard relay and fourths in the 440 and mile relays. Bill Hanson's lifetime best of 15 feet earned him a third in the pole vault and John Tobin grabbed a third in the tough iavelin competition. Anchorman lj'-gger Vignocchi fabovel receives the baton from Wayne Snyder, who Fad just contributed a 46.9 leg in the mile relay. Satisfied with his 9.5 victory in the 700, Jean-Louis Ravelomanantsoa, an Olympian from the Malagasy Republic competing for Westmont College, strides back to his sweatsuit. A leaping Ron DeShon lrlghtl battles the Stanford ruggers for a tossed-in ball. Trailed by teammate Wayne Smothers, Tom Rosenthal lbelowl races for the side- line with Stanford's Sand- erson 1291 and Kauffman l2 Il. Q11 ii? f24 ,, I , s,'a.,i? lt Q, T "' .H ' - , nf il - The Gaucho scrummers labovel saddle an Arizona opponent attempting to pass. Ford Joy lbelowl collars Jack Shultz l44l in UCSB's great upset win over Stanford RUGBY RUGGERS DEFEAT STANFORD, HAVE BEST SEASON AT UCSB Rugby, UCSB's premier club sport, saw its best season in Santa Barbara as the Gauchos earned a remarkable 20-3 record in this most physical of contact sports. Rated among the five top teams in the nation, UCSB was the first team in two years to defeat Stanford 13-9. The Gauchos also put down a top-notch Berkeley crew, 14-9. Led by player-coaches Kevin Jensen and Tom Dimmitt, the ruggers' only regular season loss was a last-second defeat to UCLA, 6-3. The other two defeats came in the Monterey National Rugby Tournament in which UCSB placed a disappointing fifth and in the UCSB- hosted Southern California Rugby where the Gauchos finished third out of 32 teams. Scrummers Paul Forse, Al Taylor, Doug Stewart, Pete Kehrli, Ron DeShon and Pat Preston, and Backs lVlel Gregory, Pete Raven, Ford Joy, Wayne Smothers, Kurt Speier, Tom llllahoney, Bill Corlett and Al Anderson were outstanding in a victorious season of rugby. 59 O VOLLEYBALL SUWARA'S FIRST YEAR SEES IIVIPRESSIVE VICTORY SLATE Well established as one of UCSB's most popular and well-attended sports, volleyball continued as a winning institution here under the guidance of rookie coach Rudy Suwara, a former Olympian and All-American spiker. The NCAA Champs of two years ago qualified for the District Eight play-offs on the strength of a tidy 15-5 slate, which included tough losses to nemesis San Diego State and defending national champ, UCLA. The win column, however, included an upset victory over the highly regarded San Diego State crew. Under their new coach the Gau- chos nabbed second in the All-Cal Tourney, losing only to the Bruins. Still hopeful of going all the way, the volley- ballers are paced by Tim Bonynge, Jorn Oulie, Mike Wilson and Burton Crinklaw. Marshall Savage fabovel spikes one left-handed as DeGr0ot and Oulie brace themselves. Jorn Oulie lrightl uses the same arm to drill the ball past the UCLA defenders. INTRAMURALS 8 RECREATION is 1 ,M Q- 5 T E iizirs l nl 1 E 134' E .'1ff V 4 3 4' . m ? 1 , W Q-V f ,.-'- H' Y W+nY-.........a....,- V , Sailing I top leftl requires special skills and knowledge, challenging enthusi- asts in the spring. Theta Delta Chis l top rightl, champions of the 797 7 Intra- mural football season, demonstrate the teamwork that earned them their title. Rich Lee fabovel executes a sweeping backhand shot during men's tennis competition. Ken Bentley frightl delivers a powerful serve across the net. 9 A-.+4gw '-Q... ,u'-k- N10 "S+, . sw-.-, -+n..A..... X Q.-...,,kdNt--.gh ll? Z1 ,sn usue-""'f' ' ' I :Q 1 X JY' if MEN'S INTRAMURALS INTEREST AND PARTICIPATION INCREASE WITH EXPANSION Increased interest and participation was the theme for lVlen's Intramurals which offered organized physical activities for pleasure and relaxation. Established sports continued to increase enthusiasm and new sports widened the quickly expanding curriculum. Sailing, Weightlifting, surfing and 1.8 meter basketball were among the experimental sports. Theta Delta Chi captured the football crown, the Clod Squad won basketball and the Druts took soccer as teams vied for championship titles in the competitive spirit. Spring saw the addition of another team sport - rugby. This year the All-Sports Trophy, given on the basis of team participation and placement, lost considerable interest necessitating a re- evaluation of the point system. Program Director Larry Lopez with the assistance of a large student staff including Jerry Chamberlain, Steve Ford, Allan Frederick, Bob Harris, Larry Kazanjian, Steve Winders, Jerry Windom and Dwight Zins worked to encourage male students to participate. A Phi Sigma Kappa man ltop leftl is met with tough opposition. An interception made by the Druts lcenter leftl helped them win the championship game against Sigma Chi in soccer. Swimmers lleftl execute the important racing dive from the starting blocks. 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Under the direction of William Fleming, Coed Intramurals has a bright future ahead with more emphasis placed upon activities that would involve social interaction as well as competition. Flag football lrightl brought mutual interests and efforts together Rushing coed fbelowl gains valuable yardage with the help of some forceful blocking. 113, A 1" i, 1 T U 4 , v 3-1 Y? ., ,L -,cg .- u -44 L Eg Q fi ' A-ff:-:ff f ' A Ti ,pe I ' 'A 'A' J uf! j A Q 1 l 1 . A . , .-an - W, Y- r- f ' xx o AQ v Lf I , ,', -Q .1 T145 . :rj ,I QA! !' - .R . 1.5 -"' -.4 .iv fy' f ,,.,,' J. '. , if 'ix' .wf - K -1. , Q ,-.s- f 1 ,, I 1 , ,,jr:' ' ' ft 'mini .,,? A X HA 33 i ...f-" 76 LEISURE ACTIVITIES COORDINATED BY RECREATION DEPARTNIEN -i el- -f 'Ei 5 g ,I cf-ga 9 .DS FLYING CLUB Itopl-Steve Leibo, Rick Jensen, Ted Venable, Ed Nlencke, Jim McBride, Jeff Wright. 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A , H2 F , .7 J , fI- - kr? a , f f A U yt N i' . 1 4-,an 5, , xt . ff ,, 1 . Vx! f My- '??f': "R" - I -a 4 A. NOTJUST PARTIES GREEKS FIND CHALLENGES IN SERVICE PROJECTS, IM'S The Greeks were actively involved in the com- munity this year. Their service projects in- cluded weekly visits to St. Vincents school for emotionally disturbed girls, tutoring stu- dents with scholastic problems and taking underprivileged children of Goleta on outings. Fund-raising projects enabled houses to con- tribute to such worthwhile institutions as Wallace Village, a school devoted to educating the mentally deficient. The Intramurals program provided the fra- ternities and sororities with the opportunity to compete with other segments of the UCSB com- munity in football, basketball and volleyball. -2.-e 4 Z-if-"'. . - x EA- ul ,xi " A, . QQ I --Q - . ...-.1 AG - .i 'JJ .75 .gf- ' .X PV 'QV' ' ' J ' 4?i' 1 hx. V- ,jhkdt - : - f ,-I W G 'H I , ,...---- L. vp.. 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'wk-'v v x' CSL J 5:53-'Q 1 A v 'jx Y if M A I' ' he -ni x '.1 HH 1 Q N S ,ff H y A H ..,.1- I -I r i, J E? 1 T' 6 " , , 1, irbara Beckman -arcy Freeman tricia Owings EK SIGMA KAPPA Sigma Kappa's Parents' Weekend was highlighted by a formal dinner. ,N Jackie Copple and her father lrightl enjoy the chicken served at the dinner highlighting Al- pha Delta Pi's Dad's Weekend January 16 and 17. A V, it wg l it A it , l l Yak. ,A 1 A , ' gk, . V . Elsa Allred Jackie Copple Suzanne Hill Chris Nelson Gail Fiogal T7 'i Judith Berrett Karen Frame Doreen Honegger Betty Neumann Janeice Schwartz Susan Barr Linda Diller Joan Hoffman Nancy Nelson Linda Schallich I '53 5 . x . Q . - B" .- 'C' ,." .,l - -rf, l,. ' .QA ,z J J, qw, 4 - V2-P 5' Q. . al . r" , . f V f ' 1 . lx 25:3 l' V4 ' as 'fi' Nancy Beyers Joyce Fujii Juanita Jackson Randy Nixon Debbie Simpson Christine Brown Shannon Hanaway Marlene Jensen Carol O'BilI Shelley Sturtevant 5541? ly J ,L i ll " , rl 4 -fit A-AK r 'X V5 is . 5 . r I fl ri l I - vi ' 1 . WI .xl M mfg if A L Susan Buck Debra Han ke Cathy Kasala Mary Ogle Deborah Thompson Patricia Carlson Patti Harris Debbie Knorr Kathy Panovich Terry Williams Stephanie C Cynthia Henderson Gall Lazarus Linda Panovich Sally Willson 'E 3 . -v i 'vw l Lmela Clark arbara Hill ancv Martinek all Pospisil zaAnn Wood A -'mf .ed M, A II ALPHA DELTA PI Alpha Delta Pi members work with girls of St. Vincent's school as one of their service projects. - 1 1 M,--' .' L I . . I rake. i 4. 2r.i1e,h :.1v. .. 289 W nf: .O Q I lx-:"' Tv: . L ru L fx . I I 2 nr J , W . ' T :K 5 ure? . I fp -' ,J f 2 -. M ib1!'T"?e r 1 53? W, Wk. 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Y, - Q .- l I -k- , J" ' U fi " x :5:a....: ., 5 fps: ' 1 pf 4 4 1 4 . ,' - ' u' e Christine Armstrong Terry Brownell Bobbie Cole Jeanne Anderson Lynn Boulton Marjorie Callow Alphi Kris Borglin 7 Jenny Burnett ' "'f'x'l 'H ' Rl ,": 'f 1 V V Tiff 1 fl QJQQFL -H V 3 . -.' lx 1 1 M 3 A Y - Q A D, , W , 1 FW- .4-J i I i Englehart Joan Epstein Phyllis Farrington Kathleen Fitzgerald Suzette Hall Barbara Hassebrock Joan Hollingsworth Kleinman Terry Knopke Dottie McKee Debbie Metzleur Michelle Meyer Barbara Miller Elizabeth Nelson Shaw Deborah Slater Marcy Smith Joan Springer Sheila Staley Julie Weber Laura Weinstein 'E "Q ...qui . - ' il in M Missy Baron Suzanne Bunker Vicki Colgate A W, Nancy Justiniano Annette Nibley VN Alpha Chi Omegas iabovei and their dates ham it up at their winter formal. Sisters iabove righti pose at a cock- tail party. Pledges irighti entertain the actives. ng Albright Bush Engelhardt Herbert Mispagel dy Staschower If .6 fears- llfnl- 'isk 'Pr ,' 'fry , LY .P Pamela Alcala Janet Butz Nancy Ettelson Eileen Johnson Linda Mitchell Debbie Uchida C7-P r fi lit .X Suzanne Anderson Laurie Campbell Michele Ferrero Karen Johnson Margaret Neisvvender Nancy Wagner "fo F ,fi , :i" .rp 'fn 'QQ Q fl " it r -df av' rffi? lg, ff ,lax ly?-'P -- ' 1 A X Q ALPHA CHI OMEGA Alpha Chi Omega sorority sister Marty de Lav- eaga dances with her date at a cocktail party at the El Encanto Hotel November 13. mam- li M M H ,f gy , ,F 4 Mi L ,lifmu A Pi ,fr 'Q Ur I' x f- rf fi Q i , A rn, Q" 3.9 T . ,Lg .- 5 , Gs. ' . - -6' ' g. 5 tw 'f 0 .. ,4 v . J. ' ' or ' Al Q-. ' car - X 4 'ni ' X17 " , K . N V J is A i-l .- 4 P WM , 'i. J ' .ma jgf,-I T ' X U 5. i 'l -' A - A .L , ' A 1 1 A H .1 ' -. A A "V 'la , Q , ' ir .I A A' 1 V A A V ll 1 I g ' G' 1 I N 'Q f V. Barbara Baird Sherrell Ball Leslie Bruhn Sally Butler Patricia Burr Robin Chapman Jane Conway Marty de Laveaga Joanne DeVito Joyce Doo N0r9En Fi0rG Gail Fisher Claudia Griffith Carol Griffin Abagail Haman Judith Krevis Linda Johnson Carmen LaGory Christine Laun Lorie McGuinness Susan Owens Carol Pike Ruthann Richert Suzanne Shields Melody Spicer Denise Wallace Suzanne Westhoven Rosemarie Yuranovich Diane Zearbough Colleen Zerman Delta Gamma's and their dates lrightl ham it up at their pledge dance held on January 27. Delta Gamma team members lbelovvl struggle for possession of the ball at one of their basketball games. A l ! , 4, ,if xv 'K' i H . - gl .rea l i I! I , l i A ni 1' ', W, ,, at fr f - 4 Y iii Gail Bei Christine Berggren Barbara Blackshear Anne Bowdish Leighan Feffer Rebecca Gray Sandy Guillot Judy Hennon Barbara Lemman Carolyn Lynes Sharon Mason Linda lVlcWiIliam Barbara Rawicz Sharon Ready Sally Fiuthroff Cathy Schuler Trudy Boyer Dianne Higgins Paula Mole Becky Shelton ' J Kim Casey riscilla Hobson Izlicia Moore eborah Slemp gn. Liz Coker Bann Hoey Pat Mulvy Suzanne St. Clair W , , Grace Corselius Marilyn Hughes Gwen Pabst Jennifer Stray 01 h , .if X ' :ff .A r 5 40 " - 'QQ ' fl 41,1 .rkl , I " i'l DELTA GAMMA A pledge gets the squeeze at the Delta Gamma pledge dance which was held on January 27. ' :S . ' i 5 Q x . :I AV - , , Q - 'W V H V. . I M E .Y V 1 ff? i Leslie Anderson Anne Ballard Nancy Banker Q33 ff?-1 -ox -9' be l 5 1 A , -A QW i Aww ' l Q naw ' 21' Kerry Courtright DOFIHH DSYFOW Mindy lngraham Barbara Jenkins victoria Palmer Susie Palmquisf Linda Sundgtrgm Katherine Th0lT1pSOn N. Ye-vw ,V ,xl 'BX 4 'Q iT'rv , F g :ff 'V ' wi ,, ' ' V J Y' ' L .je TF -qpifl 5' Q Kathryn Davies Susan Kalinske Gail Papac Jan Wagniere Debra DuBose Betsy King Mary Parker Rebecca Yates Darlene Duncan Nancy Langstaff Peggy Ptak Cindy Yates KA9 KAPPA ALPHA THETA Kappa Alpha Thetas and their dates ltopl take time for a pic- ture at their Halloween party. Pledges and actives lright and belowl go hippie style. Thetas and their dates lleftl pose during the sorority's Halloween Party. 1 7 il nz- 1 1 " 93 l -25 l ,Q ., ae. H - 'L I jf 5' N 1"" I L 4, 'K . . N .5 tifym. t ' N ' il? - li . I J ' 1 ' 'JI if , ' .4 1 . - , A .,., 5,17 ' 3 ' l ' h Qbqpltj AT?1:v-Yi? -,- :L 4 'i Mx l K Pi ., l fam N .. QA t l E!-Q., gl' ', , Q y ,X 1 , 1 - .fu Q V ' J. fl ,l , V if : gl S fl F 1' , , it Cathy Ballenger Ann Beronius r, if 1, h f x I 9 MJ VA Betsy Blackburn Janie Campbell ' ' 'J " 1 Nladelaine Campbell Barbara Cottle f may ' Katie Cunningham Diane Derian PLx'2'r':J-1 :I K, 'fi " nf: . , V--... ' . ' AL l ,V l Ili. .I i. . A , Z r X 5.5 . Q A , asf? t a f af- ,Y ,N A l me K f 1 l ' f ,, it i 'ew 'A K Q as-,Q ly J 3 L L: It 4' . N. lm, A "" , f l 0, 'F e. I 'Q-av 4 Qi? 'H arf EM wgfjt ' y'sx Y ' f '- -rv ' " 4- -a A' Dodd Ellen Easton Jody Fischmann Lindy Hayes Deborah Holderness Sarajo Hornstein Jeanette Kaji Deborah Kearn Kearn Patti Kerr Kathleen Koester Nancy Kulvin Susan Leiphardt Nancy Nliller Kris Orchard Leah Ristau Sales Janice Scobev Carolyn Spencer Judy Sprankle Sue-Anne Tillman Patty Van Dam IVlaria Vergari Cindy Wood f 15,1 will ff' vw J Vx Lv' 'Y Lv Km . sf ,V s. wi rf., .un , 'P f .4-1 ,--...xg K '- ' f Y ,, V ki ggi '-4 ii .fm V A Mgj. M p.,f Q, '44 in ww- W 1' - R , 51: A ,Y .X i c . i Y' A x Y ,l ,,,,R A Fi M I N 'aaron Montague Susan Overmyer Janice Palmer risty Singer Sandy Sippel Cheryl Thomson BCD Pl BETA PHI The sisters of Pi Beta Phi ilefti were active in intramural basketball. N li r f W . 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Q '57'f3f':r fi., "4 ff? -A , i Ili' 1 i . N3 'X 1- X .:.E iv. R . 5 nl-h--,X gifs 1 Q , jlxl . - 3 X 5.111 P uw-H N 'T ':'Fl?fT-'E-'ff' 13 -V -- 4 filfiifiif ' , J - . ru ,J .wtl . Vllv-X4 N - . .rv- I. iuuliq - ',., 'ii1""' r. G . H Y , ,f h Elaine Barrett Cindy Benson Linda Bohlinger T'-ye . A Corinne Braly Cathy Carson June Clark E " V Sandra Collop Laura Cooper Janet Dalton -Ak Dale Eberle Debra Findlay Joann Gelb . -,Q X im x -. - V 1 xr 32, .ll 2 II i -3, ,ez-, 4:5 r Q i . . L , in V .. E I 5 k 1 '-3 -h All 'i f' 'Z hi W . usan Gibbs Beryl Gorzynski Jan Greathead Julie Henderson Risa Hershrnan Rose James Marlyn Jenvey Mary Johnson M Elancy Myers Susan Miller Linda Morse Penny Pierson Fluth Robinson Marina Rosa Melinda Rogers Linda Santos fr: 5,5013 rene Spagnuolo Susie Stark Toni Uidur Mary Vail Elaine Vogt Virginia Walton Valerie Warner Janice Younger KW' PHI KAPPA PSI C sigh ll Wh . 1' W1 A-lg The smile on the face of Al Blackburn labovel reflects a successful day of surfing. Mark Sauers and Greg Close ltopl man the survival center. Floss Wadsworth and his dog Ella iabove centerl relax and catch up on the news. Doug Draper labove rightl spends Saturday tuning up his bike. John Grant, Mark Sauers and Greg Close lrightl get ready to leave on a weekend hike. M 1 ? --- -4' SIGMA Pl Members of Sigma Pi find their house located on Del Playa Drive a good place to relax on Saturday afternoons. 5 ,Hx H." ,A-,ifif I 'J ' , 1 l r i ' Z ' " fm 11'l,.- V. A ll,-:l.:. .lx -wi lfli' ,V .-4+ rv . i" ,."41lL. fn. L x ,iA, ff' ygv b in " ' l 5 T ' ' 'fl Al' , f -- f -ng la- 6-. 5,5 l A 'iv wi.. lla "' Al 489 " ,.. f' hil Hanrahan Stephen Heinsohn John Hines Jack Krouskup Stephen Maloney William Ryan Jerome Wallace , if , .1 0 2 if L vi- ,LF f F, l l l .l ZBT ZETA BETA TAU Pat Nelson lleftl prepares tapes for Zeta Beta Tau's "Oldies But Goodies" party lbelovv and bottoml. M 9 15 1. A 7-:P la 4623 Q ' Ir Q.. .- l 1 obert Campbe ennis Fuiii m Murdock , Eu ' J V L I , VIA as--H,-nf V -Q Ap", A 1 ' a Q ' ' I , 'we fl , , -n .. ' ' 'uv - -W ll ,, A fn 'A -f 4-as i .X 4 . Ada A . ll Tim Carlton Frank Cutler Ba y E a Tom Ginther Michael Liewald Br M C Il P t k N I J S o St eS eh THETA DELTA CHI Theta Delta Chi members and their dates lrightl ' dance at their party Jan- uary 16. av'- 12235 .g ' 45' . ,Q , 4, if ""' J X' f ' -, :rv ' 7' mx ' A .bi I 1 fn K5 ,. 1 L Z FL, .' T ". A i 1' I, , 'l ' ' ' 'Aga ' W' Lv' 1 :J a H 'J T 'A - I -I Y- AQ' lk' ' it K A ' ,J 1 1 W. - '- - Y, 1 Zz- 'W ff l il ' T r - V D. 1 A ' . . 2 'F . 1, 5 l l- ' v I . 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L .gi 5: Mm, ai - i J- J kph Chris Browder Michael Burke Richard Canning Larry Chapman Kenneth Harris Steve Heath John Hinman Jim Jaworski Michael McDiarmid William McLain Geoff Morneau Jere Nolan William Spita William Steiner Peter Stevens Tom Thorpe Andy Chulack Paul Kimoto Craig Peterson Scott Tracy 5 , 1 I ' w , , V "',, .,.. H NN J. im 'Q' ' L 4 4 J. L i Q , ,-54 ' it-1, fe- :gg A A A 9 Q our I " , .LZ J , , V , -, nb. - L 4 im Darling Gregory Doherty John Eisenhut James Evans Zen Kosloff Richard Loehr Charles Loring Lin Loring les Phelan Larry Prager Jonathan Rayden Thomas Runsvold teve Turner Craig Vernier Peter Watkins John Wells dui Jtzi Jim Gazdecki Walt Low Michael Shire Robert White CDE K PHL SIGMA KAPPA Phi Sigs and their dates iieft andybelowi celebrate the beginning of Spring quarter with a "choner party" for new pledges. e-"f pi. -91 1.4 .ESE ? Q-ix-gf. i - r .F .. ' lu! R . f- . .,. 13a . . I -s.I. 3.6- iI I, -rg" . v .f f 6? , ' . -' 7, 1 .gi - Xi- R fe' r VI MCT! wI ,,, 13 Na., 'x Stephan Barber John Belden l J' 'nfsx A , .I V. 1-v X E nl i '16 ity . .f , y II?,,., i 1 D 4 Bradley Blackman Carol Blaine .. V vt 1 if ,jr If- ff? Dave Bowl es James Burnham Neal Cole Jim Comerford Terrence Cuddyre Steve Dunne Dennis Eagan Gary Earle John Elder Bill Garlock Roger Gordon r' I If . I . 3-II I ' I A ' -' . A - , I I 19 I 'Z' .I I ,,., '95 I 'U' II -9' 'f Q... 5, 1- I Q. Q ' K, I z 3, V 4 . If I . f - " ' T 1-I T ' . Q l 4. lv L I - T .f A I I "Q IX 1 I f 1 .V ,. N T . Kzf I ,..- le.-. lf,If 4- I ' J I I tm A 6 I 3 -q ' Y' , 'J ', I 7 I -of 1 ' fry V U" 'CX A 1. 4 4. A .4 Af 5 ,N D . are 'fe ft, T me-it I 4 o l 4, , -if I , ,Jovi-, 9' Z . l ' f ' , if ' . 1. 1-ni' .. ' ' -::' -W ' " ' P 'f -2 hifi" l + 1, , 'L '-' A , ' ' s ' ' - k V L A . if , ,,. l . I J. 'V - '. f, J ' " sn qu- ' ff- - V , :, Q F , ,Q 473' s :ul 11 ' ' 3. A .I ,I csv . ' W -., ' :fi ' s -Q., . " 7 ' .I X " , Nr. '. v "' N A T- L lf' HBFDBY George Henning Kenton Holmes Terry Jackson Rick Jensen Michael Kander Michael Lambert Martin Lock 'YY LOCK Richard Martinich Harry Matsinger Peter McGivern lan McNeil Curry Miller Dennis Mitchell John Morrisroe 'les Otis Terry Peluso Thomas Powell Rick Reynolds Albert Rubey Dennis Russo Craig Smith William Stack 'id Stewart Jerry Swartfager John Thompson Bob Van Epps Jeff Vesely Raymond Winquist Bob Wissman Dwight Wrench 4 Adi ALPHA DELTA PHI lat., . 9,1 .aww-xl 'll' 5 N qu '- -' QW ':X5,-""T5- Q. 'V A Y Y , . ,5., , ... -g 1 L,,,J15i,gg uj..lg-.glwmilg 'f':gf's i V. r .11 .,,.,,,, ,,, .1- . A, , V. , ,:,j,Ah,,,- 1 ,M-,. ,, Q - . . . H ' ' " '. V' 1-,,-1-f-fi, Y, .- ' , ' 1,,,'l' .'." " , Elxijff 4 .. ww-rua-,ge-u:e1Hl4.:qf,f..'l,. . . - A -in -H:-,L N .. Z? I Q. ' ix! .., . l., X John Abbott 'f gm UV' fan Q- -. ,s-. f 'N"x, I f 29 Russell Cleveland ll, ll .dl Af 3 F'-...G l-nf Q ' fv JI 'll by Q xi if A Dennis Duncan John Ebert Bryan Garbutt Bill Hart Alan Parkhill i' , . ' f e Ju:-"V-"' . mmf -L --lf ' 1 ' .f - i e " .'.J,.m I ...,.k.. .,. X . 1.,-,'1.-, Q . - .N .-:vi f"" Q ANY -wilfu- w if'- N' vw -i 7 3 l' - E 55 ? 5 Qi X NX ,? el e ' l . I Tl l . Q 1 aeeggi. ig! The Alpha Delta Phi house offers members a good place to spend their free time. 3 CDE SIGMA PHI EPSI-IQ-N The chapter house of Sigma Phi Epsilon lrightl was destroyed by flames despite valiant efforts of firemen. The cause of the blaze was attributed to a candle overturned by a dog. Q .5 N 5 ". V A N h ' 1 A A V V 'CBJ vi x ' 45 All 4 , . , M -aes 1 . " 35 h rj 1 of , , ' , i , . -.. Y' .: . X, ,' A . Ll s 1 ...- . ea .. ., - . John Ahler Michael Balice Jim Griffiths Rick LaBare Eric Lewis Gregory Papke George Parsons William Sanford Peter Sinding 2 .M SIGMA CHI if warm! e i 41-1 , J' i Ki f M N , if . N " i .X ,, X v A .-,V ff S if rj - -'- k 7' D4 A Q . Q nr 'W ala: ,- fi: y V K ' V K ix I ,g Q., 4 X I ,, Q' "-9 .'.'19 V- """ -". , 'I I X Q! iii 'N c e L A A A AA V4 on A - ' . I X ,Tx Ny .a im! ig-1 fs: . i faq, . i , , I . I , . . it I 1 5, ,V V iq' 0:7 , W lf' " ' A 1 N. W ' : ffl " A 1 Z Q . ki 5 -. J . -J i. - - .nv . . I .- ' -Q, ' . A I en Barren Steve Boggs Keith Boman Patrick Byrne Paul Cole Gary Cook nas Cox James Damonte Lance deGooyer .lon Griffith Bill Hastrup Mark Helvey n Jahr Steve Jam Gordon Langstaff Paul Lee Fred Littlejohn Lou Obertreis Pappenfus Jim Robison Jefferey Rosen Stan Tankersley Niels Thovlaksson David Wrentmore l 1 1 1 r f . fi' r 'ii oiio or Q ggi: Sigma Chi members and their dates, dance and en- joy each others company at their party January 31. 3 1 Xa i I MN . '4 M" .Q,,E S'--TQ ' g fii ff 'X L 01.4 17 9 rl ,..,,,4 ef ' I .1 ' r ,Md 1 . RESIDENCE H LLS 5 , 7 u N 4 x 3, glwQ7'Z1',f - 5 was r q V 1. Y 1 D I IQ' Zffgfr .:. . V X 1 ,J W A F 'i 1 AX , as 1? H, J , x Iwi N' ,, , mx i JM. l'i I vim KA9 h - 5 . - ,, T, kv :- 35? -1 " A' . I xslt , 'wx V, I I I it .. 4 -xr , - V Ast I A Q X. I, '1 Q- 'ix 'W -' XJ H ir, T ...Ax ' , P al , " ll? f N, ,f ,, Q 'yr ,PA I dpi"- J' ,- , , 4--J. '- -1,15 ., 5' 2213.3 .tic ,...:::,g.'.',' . I I!2!:"' fr spa, .. ....., - .,.,. . .... . 'I HZII' -uL':n::.1' 4.14.251- -111- 'QA 21.1 .O"- 'Z- , f Mgt -"1 ..,l 'gvu " 4" lg ul. N f K Vw , V .24 ' ... F J , A 1' ' ,J 15 , , .1 xy - .- Iii, 'Q Ai' ' P A A Q Q J: " ,V 'C if 1 5 ' Q41 u.. , 'ua. 1 -.T-T... , .I v u A I-'zz':"n."z' I ,.-fn:--.-wg. ,.f1:gO,ng,1,u Au ,u0,l,a' zigzigtg' ' 1' U S3 1' , 41 R N A CRUZ OFFICERS AND RA'S HALL OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: JAN ISRAEL, Soc- ial VP. CHRIS EAVES, Executive VP. JAN JOHN- SON, President. IVIARLENE JENSEN, Treasurer. SEC- OND ROW: FATTI GALEN, Secretary. DEBBIE DE- BOW, Cabinet Assistant. ALICE SLATTERY, RA Advisor. LESLEY JONES, Head Resident. BETTE STU R R, Head Resident. RESIDENT ASSISTANTS -FRONT ROW: LESLEY JONES, Assistant Head Resident. MARILYN JEN- KINS. SECOND ROW: BETTE STURR, Head Resident. LORITA TITLEY,BILLIE RILEY, ALICE S LATTE RY, ROCKI HAYRE. THIRD ROW: DOT FRE CH JOAN DEN:-iEAD,QEi2 Ei! U O 4 Cl f,:f,fJ? ffxffipmfeafvy -,f"' FRONT ROW: Laurie Jones, Doreen Gordon. SECOND ROW: Pam Oster, Jacci Smith, Silvie Goldman, Dee lVIilIer. THIRD ROW: Celeste Good, Suzanne Gerrells. Primavera 's Sandy Lehman en ters Santa Cruz Dormitory a sively as she begins to move into her room. PRIMAVER V 'h L RBO LA DO 322 C7 FRONT ROW: Francie Fredhold, Emily Simmons, Sue lVlcFarIand, Tracy Fietz, Kathi Burlington. SECOND ROW: Sallie Long, Sa Ellerbe, Sharon Leffeler, Kristine Spurell, Karen Finck, Sandy Cade, Sherie Samstag, Nancy Bienvenu. 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'4 trolman llefti and the survival center labovel are products of the "-X nv. f fr: e, 11.4 pa ny- residents' community awareness and concern. 34 ' I fshudl, ' liar s 'viii -rum feerfzz, .-2, P- .,." -.- ' -'iv . ' - '. 7 ' Qa"'0bu. .Q L' 1 ,V As I V began to "get-it-together," many self-help groups were formed Spurred on by the Tenants Union, residents ltopl protest unfair realty policies. The mothers of lsla Vista finally got the long sought Day Care Center for their children fabovel. Posters for the Credit Union and the Peace and Freedom Party lrightl demonstrate a desire for independence. C' -2: Vpfyag 4 IU f7Pf'En0M ' P4 I? ff ,cs-vw "t'i' 4. in i 'gi 43:-J SNXW As IV organizes, residents lbelow and leftl come together for a block party and to cast their votes in the local election. The free chest x-ray unit fcen ter leftl is a new community health service. Part of lV's new look is one of the many wall murals lbelowleftl which enliven many large buildings -14. lee" B' UE X Ng. .4 .Q s5l-an N . i,,,w'w19QfwQ V V Q'-yfvf M" Eg-" r " u . T sit w-,,J"L-1 Q, , fi W, J, 4 , U ,tv I fn, gf' . W ' 'W' ' ""'g' -3 3 - hnlirqqlgnval jr- I . ss D' A' 'if '-' , ft' '- 'u 4' m .A ' i "" . ?:','f':3f,ca'4glPx 'ik' , ,, A, H , xi-v:ILq1Tw.Q3 te-- . ,qw f- lg: ff, 1 fvf. Ni TAF' I ln their search for self under- standing, the people of lsla Vista look for answers in med- itation lrightl, creative expres- ' sion lbelowrigh tl, and in reach- ing out to others lbelowl. ,JLQL , wl- 46 f bf I I 4 .f 1 13 I f 'Ziff' ,Q 4 T551-' ,AA P 5'-'1 I.: fix Vu 'W-.1 J if - TH-'psy-. J -- "U-M ..d5.:- .L fini -I-.,-.---Z "FY uiwl YOUNG MARRIEDS, DAVID AND GAIL SKINNER, MAKE A GD DF IT IN II I . , , Hi I 1 ,f-SX ,f 3 's 1 if I .. v i L5 . .J 4 -. . 7 11 ,x ' xi J, Q A , 5 , .1 ,, 134 1 -1 E, 2 Xb 1' ,I , in , Ju nl' , ,--I ag, fu, 11-W' ' i A A . ,gn A ff' 3112 1 ! .fy 0' , c ...,. Q , ,, x I 'x 3 -A .- 112 A 1 4 .' 1 I 1 1- , ,K A ' : 1 . ! X N 14:- Q7!',!9"""": A T' The role of the police in lVhas changed con- siderably since last year. Even though hostility still exists, the foot patrol is an at- tenpt to bridge the gap between the force and the community. .l T mf . 5' ' -1' " 'L .-! gf m.mavui .JH H, g 1 1 5 5 x 9 X E f-- . GFP M55 ' - , L 4 -nf ' r'.3"" R. ,, V , . f . ' .Q .-.f-- -.:--.f:,-v.'-:Q-' ' ' : , , fp , , -' ' ,V x- ,iz 1' '. ' 1.4:-. Y ,,.,.4 M 1' .WN , '- '51, -.. ., ' 'Q' E-1ZfC'1 Q Paw,-.,f1f' K" '-K., f- 'ff' v',4- ' : . ' V ' ,- 4 i,g.v'5-Yr? .-2.1--iff -1 1 r ' - , :fi-'f' I .,, , -a,A'." j": , ,1 ,. J f .4 f'Tj?'-,'- ., ,. 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History y PAUL ANTON Santa Barbara, Sociology DONALD APKARIAN Reedley. Geography PAUL ARANDA Redlands. History LUCILLE ARCY Corona. Sociology , JUAN ARROYO Los Angeles. Sociology t ROBERT ARSENAULT San Diego. Zoology ADRIENNE ASARCH Los Angeles. History STEVE ASTOR . Los Angeles. History CHRISTINE AULD Los Altos, Art JULIE AULD Sunnyvale. Sociology DENNIS AXELROD ' 'Van Nuys. History r JENNIFER AYRES .Palos Verdes Estates, Anthro. BARBARA BAIRD I Los Angelesl Math V JOSEFINE BALCER - 'Santa Barbara. Zoology ' SHERRELL BALL 'Santa Barbara. History , JUDY BALLARD '. Palosverdas Estates, Econ.- CATHY BALLENGER Encino. Social Science .ah 1 , ,- yu -e I ' I , I , 1 " 5- iz flliv "'E'f 1 , Wfw, Y' 5 1 tis ' A I' "1 . JT 4,- 4 cj, , ,Q 'Q Fu R. at ld ' 3, .I in 4 bi- ' 47 W t y -J f A , A tx IHNSTW ,Q " ' Y' r , V s K U V I - I., sg " 5, I . t gk V uv -xi, . I Q ' WE .5555 1 ' ' 5 I 7.4 ,-. . - H- , V of "I ask not for a larger garden, but for finer seeds " Crom well 41 fix. 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Science SHIRLEY BLAIR Rialto, Anthropology THOMAS BLAKE Long Beach, History DONALD BLEECK Los Angeles. Psychology DANUERS BOAFIDMAN Belmont, Econ,!Amhropology ANN BODINSON Hillsborough. Art SHEFII BOEGEFI Yuba City. Social Science STEVEN BOGGS Danville, Speech LINDA BOHLINGER Santa Ynez, Spanish ERIC BOLLING Glendora. English KEITH BOMAN Las Vegas, Zoology LINDA BOND Woodland Hills, Pol, Science .Q , 1 . Mimi' " S-. . ,L , .fy q-- A v' .3 ' M! , , 1 A , '-...-...on lieu. ..-. . I, X tl ' -4 5 I , I . - -., x l, 53 N I fn, X n- 1 nz rf" y ,WA I li: 4 c .ix J' I'-GA A ll -da.- 2 5 45" I Q .rg 'J " 3 . ., 1 y l """ , X TAM! ' , ' T'7' q .ii i I " ' I , gl ai 5 I N 1' if xx git V? JN 'wt ., ,am -4 'l I , f Fl ,LQ g ,fm f I i 3. ' ' if I iii A il x , Lyth- ' ll All 1... xr.. Sify-If ,--ef SE IORS ALICE BONSER Whittier, English MABEL BORGES Modesto, Social Science DENNIS BORSENBERGER Cerritos, English J. VICTOR BOTTINI Santa Margarita. English LAURA BOUZA Whittier, Social Science BARBARA BOWEN Pomona, English JOSEPH BOWEN Concord. Sociology FRAN BOWLER Bakersfield. Pol, Sci.lHistory TRU DY BOYER Reedley, Speech h Marci' 9 tif' , Sufi holy , 44,0 r Y., MICHAEL BOYLE f 'bfi EL' Tacoma, Wash,, Psychology MARILYN BRAWDERS La Canada, Sociology ELLEN BRAZIER Los Angeles, Psychology PAMELA BREWER . NV, .QIOQ Piedmonnl-lorne Economics ,L H92 ,AW I CAROL BRIANO .f- Porterville. History JANIS BRIGGS Arcadia. English WALTER BRIGGS Phila. Penn., Sociology JANET BRIGHT Newport Beach, Anthro.lPhys. Ed. BARBARA BROCKIE Palmdale, Music CHRIS BRODIE La Canada. French ROBYN BROOCK Pasadena. Zoology KATHLEEN BROOK Rolling Hills Estates, Math MILLIE BROTHER Palo Alto. Social Science GWENDOLYN BROWN Los Angeles. History J. MINTON BROWN Granada Hills. Biological Sci. KATHLEEN BROWN Sierra Madre, Anthropology MARGARET BROWN Seaside, History MARGERY BROWN La Jolla, Psychology YELANA BROWN Loomis, English TERRY BROWNELL Santa Maria, Social Science MICHAEL BRUCK Oakland, Political Science SANDRA BRUCKER La Jolla, Art LESLIE BRUHN Salinas, Sociology CARLA BRUNSTAD Santa Barbara, History 365 66 SEN IORS BEVERLY BRUSVEN Moorpark, Sociology STANLEIGH ERY San Mateo. History LINDA BRYAN Sunnyvale. Sociology KATH LEEN BUA Los Angeles, Ergonomics MICHAEL BUCHIN Santa Barbara, Physics BONNIE BUETTNER Walnut Creek, Pol. Sci,!Frencn JANET BUICKEROOD Goleta. EnglishlAnthropology ERNIE BUMATAY Vallejo. Mech. Engineering CHARLES BURGESS Claremont. German DEBORAH BURITZ Pacilic Palisades, History LINDA BUFIKARD Belmont, Hlstory JENNY BUFlNETT San Diego. Social Science VICTORIA BUSBY Whittier, Physical Education MARTIN BUSER San Marino. Economics CATHY BUSH Long Beach, Home Economics KERRY BUSSING Modesto, French l -Sf I W, 5 i M1 F. Y 1 121.1 ,, vs. 'W JL is 1' Y Y "-s. .1 'I' 'fa I ,M .1 L .W ll tl 44 1: "Solitude, seeming a sanctuary proves a grave,' a sepulchre in which the living lie, where all good qualities grow sick and die. " I 7 of-2 .YY -,UE 1- . Y 'I 34. 'I -, 'lf I l I I . F I I qt ' Co wper I , W5 P.:- irrg' , ' A.'L'C . - ff -. v. . -Q I Q. Q I NN llla r uri KAREN BUSTAD Davie. Religious Studies NIGEL BUXTON Santa Barbara, Pol. Sci, PATRICK BYRNE San Francisco. Pol, Sci, PHYLLIS CALANDFIA Laguna Beach, French KATHLEEN CAMPBELL Fresno. History MADELAINE CAMPBELL Fullerton. English ROBERT CAMPBELL Placentia. Economics NANCY CANNING Vista. Social Science RICHARD CANNING Claremont. Economics PATRICIA CAPEN Granada Hills, Biol. Sci. CRAIG CARNES Whittier. Sociology SUSAN CASIMANO Burbank. Social Science NORMAN CATALANO La Jolla, Economics STEVEN CAZIARC Walnut Creek. Sociology LYNDA CEDAR LUND Livermore, 5ocioIogylMusic CYNTHIA CHANEY Pasadena. Sociology LARRY CHAPMAN Lompoc. Economics LYNNE CHASE Boron. Anthropology LAVERNE CHEATHAM Memphis. Tenn., Soc. ANNA CHIU Santa Barbara. Biochem. SENIORS CASEY CHO Westminster, Elec. Engineering STEPHANIE CHRISTENSEN San Anselmo, History JUNE CLARK Tulare. Math STEPHEN CLARK Sherman Oaks, Geography ELLEN CLEGG Covina, French BEVERLY CLEMENTE Azusa, History PATRICK CLEMENTS Port Hueneme, History RUSSELL CLEVELAND San Jose, Economics BOBBIE COLE Santa Ana, History CHRISTINE COLE Sherman Oaks. Sociology PAUL COLE San Rafael, History SUSAN COLE Altadena. Sociology . Wefy , ,,- low , .Pg f"WAYNE coma SW' S X ,5,XXI0'L T Upland. mam I ' Bda ICAM4- I STEVEICOLE-MAN DW l Fairfield, History ' JACK COLLINS Brea, History I 51, bk,,Mpaf5 NANCY coi.viN R ,Gael Alhambra. English 5M lie ., Qe.3'AJe1'I' GARY cooic A55 - A 368 A ,gud Thousand Oaks, Psychology L0 KEVIN COO K Goleta, Zoology JACQUELYN COPPLE San Jose, Spanish GRACE CORSELIUS Monterey Park. History RONALD CORTOPASSI Daly City, Biol. Science MABLE COSTA San Jose. Sociology MAUREEN COSTALES Playa del Rey. Pol. Sci.!Soc. JANICE COTA Santa Barbara. Sociology BARBARA COTTLE Long Beach. Anthropology SARAH COTFERMAN Ontario. Art CAROL COUCH Santa Ana, English CHRIS COVINGTON Woodland Hills, Pol. Science THOMAS COX Kensington, History!Soc. CRAIG CRISPIN Santa Barbara, Environ. Brology Q5 'M 'OMKGL -.. susAN CRIUENDEN Portola Valley. Soc. Science PAU LA CRIVELLO Monterey. French SUSAN CRONK Whittier, History CINDY CROWELL Oxnard. History DENNIS CUNNANE San Francisco, Pol. Science SALLY CURRAN Santa Barbara, History CECILE CURRIER Los Angeles, Sociology LYNN CURRIER Aptos. English FRANK CUTLER Tacoma. Wash.. Soc. Science PEGGY DAGER LaHabra, French ELIZABETH DAIN Somis, Psychology CATHERINE DAOUST Anaheim. English DARLENE DARATA San Mateo, Sociology DONNA DARROW Santa Barbara, English ALIDA DAVIS San Gabriel, History BARBARA DAVIS Pasadena, English JAMES DAVIS Tucson. Ariz., Sociology PATRICIA DAVIS Chatsworth. Physics ,fr i 1 . 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Home Economics NANCY DE LA ROSA San Francisco, Spanish DEBORAH DEL DUCA Santa Barbara. Sociology KENT DELLINGER Oakdale. Anthropology SANDRA DENNING North Hollywood. Econ. JULIE DE PAUW Crows Landing, Pol. Sci.lPsych. DIANE DERIAN Long Beach. History LAURIE DETLOFF Tustin, History LINDA DEVALLE Monterey Park. History JOANNE DE VITO Walnut Creek, Anthropology BARBARA DIEHL Whittier. Sociology STEPHEN DINSMORE Hollwvood. Biol. Science WILLIAM DITEWIG Burbank. Sociology PATRICIA DIXON Lodi. Anthropology NANCY DODD San Rafael. German GREGORY DOHERTY San Rafael, Economics BRENDA DOLAN El Cerrito, History ELIZABETH DOLAN Santa Monica, Home Economics LINDA DOLAN Newport Beach, Biol. Sci. CHRISTINE DONEY Norwalk, English JOYCE DOO Turlock. Speech and Hearing 9 SENICRS LAURIE DOUG LAS Fairhaven. N.J.. Speech and Hearing 4 ,xc GOODRUM DRAKE Oakland, Social Science SALLY DRIEMEYER Sierra Madre. History DON DHOZD Whittier. Political Science MARY DRUCKER Daly City. History MARILYN DUBOIS Pacific Palisades. French SUSAN DUCKWORTH LaJolla. English KATHERINE DUFFlN Gilroy. Spanish PAUL DUGAN Piedmont. Sociology DARLENE DUNCAN Westchester. Sociology DENNIS DUNCAN Westchester. Pal. Science CONNIE DUNHAM Antioch. History ii i v i Mn Y. Y lllr it 'S-dis . 1 . , -l-E-dei. , ' W',.'f5ii . 117,11 .- "'iff13G7 " s:'f:'i',+, f iii' V' ' 1 l ez "" 1 ted' V 'i 4 , -lf. -- I ' . i Wil i V 9, ll ly A , A. 'E .: 5 U P ill Q- if . ii. 1 , .,- ,V ies? , .ii ii' -T .V J 45 gan " ins' . f "' ' Z l .H l ll me i wi' .55 , -Ii. . -.3 i f"'2-' a . Qi ' ' H 126' mf' -A silty ,lj-. ,f.112fW',' . 'if' f- umilf ' 4 . ,. : --.--AL " if 'Y ig. .. i ii' ' .. 5' ' 1 ' I f 5150.1 : .- ' iii' '4 : ?4. ' , 1 f .L Ji.: F 5 'I .5 -,J 'if' W LS' f Q . . -:gr l 1. ree ' 'T 17.2 1' V L71 fv- " Sei..-js A e'-Jn N .Z -'Q 1' Q e ,E-, X A. 1 -' Ewf i ri. 12" - Ui .' 21? i -E', F i"'. il - 1 1 A . any "I t is better to know nothing than to know what ain't so. " 'G , f" -W z -!Y i I Q . 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History ELOISE ELLIS Oakland. Social Science BRUCE EMERICK Whittier. Geography EILEEN EMI Los Angeles. Psychology SUSAN ENDO Oxnard. History LYNNE ENGELHARDT LaHabra. English!History ALAN ENGLAND Stockton. Philosophy PAULETTE ENGLEHAFIDT Millbrae, Psychology JEFFREY ENGLER Goleta. Chemistry RANDALL EPPERSON San Jose, English!Psych. JOAN EPSTEIN Berkeley. Sociology CALEEN ERICKSON Northridge, Phys. Ed. MARY ESTES San Diego, History NANCY ETTELSON Los Gatos. History LINDA EUBANKS Red Bluff. Phys. Therapy BARRY EVANS Beverly Hills. Economics KATHY EVANS Fresno. History DIETER EWALD Ontario. Canada. Elect. Engr. WILLIAM FAGAN Elsinore, Art EUGENIE FALLACE Palos Verdes, Anthropology JOHN FASOLA Walnut Creek, Historv JEANNE FASSELL Newport Beach. German GAIL FENELON Cupertino. Dramatic Art CHARLES FERKIN Bellflower. Art History NIICHELE FERRERO San Jose. Speech and Hearing CAROL FISHBURN Los Angeles, Sociology ARTHUR FISHER Los Angeles, History GAIL FISHER Santa Maria. History JANIS FITCH San Pedro, Sociology KATHLEEN FITZGERALD Long Beach. Sociology NANCY FITZPATRICK Riverside. Psychology . , lu LARRV FLASHBERG --ar-53.4.5 "WZ .5 5 ' Mesa. Ariz.. Mech. Engr. CAROL FLORCYK Anaheim, Social Science GEORGIA FLOYD Pasadena, Environ. Biol. DANEEN FLYNN Pleasant Hill. Pol. Sci. SHERRY FONTAN San Leandro, Psychology EUGENE FORD Sacramento, English elmvwvw-:f Lf' llama 371 SENIORS RICHARD FORD Fresno. Political Science TOM FOSTER Santa Maria, Geology STEPHEN FOULKES Big Bear Lake, Physics MAFIJORIE FOUNTAINE San Diego. Sociology MARY FRAMSTED Minne.. Minn., Soc,fAnthro. PATTI FRANTZ Grants Pass, Ore.. History SHIRLEY FRANZ Grants Pass, Ore., Biol. Sci. MADALYN FRAZZINI Burbank, Political Science ALAN FREDERICK Goleta. Political Science SUSAN FFIISKE Goleta, Sociology NIALL FRITZ Long Beach, Hist.!Geography DENNIS FUJII Ventura. Chemistry JOYCE FUJII Honolulu. Ha.. Sociology ISIDOFIO GONZALEZ Santa Barbara. Spanish!French BEN GAGE Santa Monica, Anthro.!Biology JAMES GALVAN EI Monte. English HAROLD GANDY San Luis Obispo, English CARL GANS Salvador. Brazil. Mech. Engin. DEBORAH GANS Arcadia, Social Science MARGARET GANT South Pasadena, Anthro.!Hist. FIANDI GARBETT Downey. Social Science BRYAN GARBUTT Whirtier. Econ.lHistory KATHYRN GARDNER Santa Cruz. English TIM GARDNER San Jose. Political Science MARILYN GEESEY Lompoc. English BOB GEILE Lancaster. Political Science JOANN GELB San Diego. Psych.!SocioIogy MARCIA GELMAN Los Angeles, Sociology KATHLEEN GENASCI Stockton, History RAYE GENDELL Los Angeles, Psychology f ' L 1, .r M 'V if 'iv' ,Sl-3 ' I ai Sl I I 1.-Q W7 V .7 If r ' xp "V . 1. ,. all il 'rj' ji.: NE, f'v ' '- g -il, f G31 !'f:YJ J4,jmQ I W i. c ..- I ,ts -- - . xl A iq.,-:AQ 6,3 I X 4 ,31 I: , if-,af 'L I I 2- X fl?-rx ' 4...,"f I I x I ll ' Q. '9 lv: "Music washes away from the soul the dust of every- day life. " A verbach ,ug Q27 .-is 'FST f"'1h - fwl, 1 ,AIN :I 'H 'V Y ., 'E' ,-L, I fd T"'7 ' ls. ,Iv X -i 4-"V sn-- -Z. f. X 'N I 1 ' K a' fi-L ' A'F.,t,- I, . l i' 4- gf X I I 1 ,-Ln. 5' , ' , 'Aim ' lil SENIORS VIRGINIA GIAMMONA Daly City, History 'KELTON GIBSON Huntington Beach, Pol. Sci. SUSAN GIBBS Oakland, History JACQUELINE GILLAN EI Cerrito. Political Science ANTHONY GINSBERG Los Angeles, Hisp. Civilization TOM GINTHER Arcadia, Sociology MAUREEN GIROUARD Belmont, Sociology DOROTHY GLIENTE Northridge. Psychology MAURY GLOSTER Los Altos, Biol. Sci. CY GODFREY LaJolla, History SHERRI GOLD Encino. Political Science ANIKO GOM BOS Palo Alto, Music ROBERTA GOMER Turlock. Asian Studies MICHAEL GONZALEZ Santa Barbara, History GAIL GOODELL Laguna Beach. Sociology DIANA GOURLEY San Fernando. Anthropology BILL GRAINGER Temple City. Psychology BETH GRANT Sherman Oaks, Historv SUSAN GRANT Riverside, Sociology CAROLYN GRAY Merced, English REBECCA GRAY Kingsburg, Hist.lSpan. JAN GREATHEAD Santa Barbara, Hist.lAnthro. ROBERT GREAVES Glendale. Environ, Biol, ELIZABETH GREEN Palos Verdes, History GEORGE GREEN Aptos. Chemistry NANCY GREENE La Canada, Home Economics NADINE GRIFFEY Northridge, Psychology CLAUDIA GRIFFITH Castro Valley. History CLARENCE GRIGSBY Los Angeles, PhyS,, Therapy CLAUDIA GRIGSBY Los Angeles, English fx, 4 LINDA GRISWOLD Newport Beach. Physical Ed. CRAIG GROSSMAN Modesto, Political Science JOHN GROW San Luis Obispo. Sociology IRENE GRUSINSKI Santa Barbara. Sociology JOE GSTETTENBAUEFI Ventura. History LINDA GUISSI Sonora. History CHRISTINE HAACK Sepulveda. Art STEPHEN HAAKE Sama Barbara, Political Science SUE HAAS Inglewood. German DONNA HACKETT Dublin. English KAREN HALL Pasadena, History!Soc. LAURIE HALL Pomona, Art na .ir Q-iw' -'55 "Xili- R "A dog is the only thing on this earth that loves you more than he loves himself " Billings '. ' W' - A . if . 'f .J I y 4: 'kveve-'y 2 , , . ' E E Q TER mi f 4 , 'G A Y , v ,Y it , J ii- A JL '1 X i A,' . ff m I if 5 I I ' I I ,-. fv- ia. .P W . . '. 'if' , LI., , PPT? ix- -mg' R, , L25 lib!! V - W A "H'--- Je' I Wah I M YV' V 5. ' Fa. 4 er. S ' 1 ' , I - if I ' P I ' gi Ev hir--yi' 'I '-.QQ h 5 I. er. J Q"V u 'E tl ll 4 I I I x -fe I J , Ii in Wi l ,,., ff., S fr .os 1- A I I1 I I I flax- -L- , W ti. -1- 'T' N 5 R4 " if I I A I , V Es' 3 . I , 5, 1 .film ' I- ' ,li I 1.4, ylf' is , . A in 'Elwfligh 5. 'I!!'?"- . ' E . . , Y: :sd .. 1.1 V' i ,t 4 4 , .b I .I we-' . fi f? SENIORS LEAH HALLISEY Glendale. Rel. Studies!PoI. Sci. KATHY HALLOCK Pleasant Hill, Sociology DONNA HALPERN Riverside. Sociology JUDY HAMLIN Hacienda Heights. Art STEVEN HAMM Saugus, Political Science TERFII HANEV San Jose. Social Science CHERYL HANNA Brentwood, Anthropology BRIAN HANSON Ventura. Elec. Engineering LINDA HANSON Ventura, Chemistry MARILYN HANSON Palos Verdes. History MICHAEL HANSON Danville, History ROBERT HANSON Menlo Park, Mathematics CRAIG HARELSON San Diego. Zoology DAVID HARPER La Mesa, Geography JANE HARPER Solvang, Social Science JANET HARRIE San Bernardino, Spch. and Hear. CHRISTINE HARRIS San Bernardino. Anthropology NINA HARRIS Hillsborough, French ROSALYNNE HARRIS - alll :M Los Angeles. Speech and Hearing BILL HART Hollister. Political Science NANCY HATCH San Mateo. Social Science STEPHEN HAWKINS Walnut Creek. Political Science THOMAS HAYCOCK San Mateo. Sociology 'JOHN HAYES EI Cerrito, Political Science NANCY HAYES Arcadia, History DEBORAH HEALD Sherman Oaks. Social Science WILLIAM HEINECCIUS Sonoma, History PAMELA HEINO No. Hollywood. Speech and Hearing STEPHEN HEINSOHN Long Beach, History PERFII HEINZ Sacramento. Psychology KATHERINE HEIYDT Santa Barbara. Economics RICHARD HELMER Hemet. Biology MARK HELVEY Fresno, Zoology JULIE HENDERSON Lodi. Physical Education LAIRD HENDRICKS Ventura. EconornicslGeography LORRAINE-ESTELLE HENDRICKS Hawthorne. DramalSpeech JEANINE HENDRY Concord. Spanish GEORGE HENNING Long Beach. Economics DANIEL HENRY Pico Rivera, Mathematics ELIZABETH HENJUM Thousand Oaks. History PAMELA HENLEY San Clemente. Political Science LAUREL HERBERT Sunland, Dance ggi' kay win? 375 SENIORS SUSAN HERMAN . Goleza. Sociology gi. R JEFF HERMANSON H f 1 Arcadia, Social Science L STEPHEN HERZOG Hs Y Coronado. History 5 ANITA HICKEY , 1 Orange. Sociology ,-- DIANE HIGGINS h - Pacific Grove. History , I ' X , 1, , I LINDA HIJI . -I ' Oxnard, Psychology ' l I 3 A At CAROLYN HILL Pacific Palisades, Sociology MAFITHA HILL San Jose, Biology RICHARD HILLMAN -x Downey. Electrical Engr. 65 ' DONNA HILLSON - I Whittier. Art SANDRA HILSCHER Y Folsom. Speech and Hearing JOHN HINES Vacaville, Art 'Zlmong the advocates of love and peace, surely there can be no sweeter, softer, more effect- ive voice than that of gentle peace-brea thing music. " Burri tt '62 C2 din -0 'ns ,. . . 1. 1 1 1' iii 'I 3 A in J ,i i 2 ,V-1 . . i fi- ' A . I' 9? 5 L s, H N I Q 'rs-.,- 'File 'ir- Zar- -1 ? gc '53 3, '4 4, ey -JI iii 'f:' i '1 l". xx- . 'Q-Y .I Y I N 1 I V , ,,,, U , 1 Y, A bs J R . !' . ll, H . yI".t' F l I l I I ll Lili , lil A I I TL? HF 'I' A-ff, 1 I I I ,Fr I 4 f is .5 -H - '55 st 'C Q'-'is or e as S .a ang 1?- ,X .5 af !' ' E SENIORS JOHN HINMAN Mill Valley, Economics PAMELA HINRICHS Fresno. HistorylEngIish ROBERT HITCHCOCK Laguna Beach. Anthro.!History CHERYL HJELLE Millbrae. History KAY-YIN HO Hong Kong. Biochemistry ROBIN HOENIG Arleta. Political Science BANN HOEY Martinez, History ANTONIA HOFFMAN San Francisco, English SHELLEY HOFFMAN No, Hollywood. English LYNNE HOLLENBECK Palm Desert. Physical Educ. JOAN HOLLINGSWORTH Ben Lomond, Biology LINDA HOLLYWOOD Pasadena, Sociology GENNY HOLMES Los Angeles, Art JANET HOPKIN Bakersfield. History ALBERT HOPKINS Bakersfield. Sociology STEVEN HOPPES Apple Valley, Biology CAROL HORDZWICK Burbank. Social Science ROBIN HOSTETLER Fresno. Geography ANN HOWALD Santa Barbara, Zoology SUSAN HOWARD Arcadia. History DAN HOWELL Roseville, Zoology PATRICK HUANG Redwood City, Psychology PAULA HUCKEBA Palmdale. History ANN HUGHES Hayward. EngIish!ReI. Stds. RONALD HULL EI Centro, Political Science RONALD HUMBERD Canoga Park. Geography GEORGE HUMPHRIES Riverside. History ARTHUR HUNOT Paso Robles. Zoology RUTH HUSSEY Menlo Park. Anthropology NANCY HUTCHINSON Concord, English NANCY HUTCHISON San Diego. Psychology DANIEL HUXLEY Camarillo. Mech. Engr. DEBORAH HYDE Garden Grove. Italian NANCI HYNES San Carlos. Sociology MELINDA INGRAHAM Oxnard, English DOTTIE IVEFISON Santa Barbara, Spch.!Hear. COLEEN JACKSON Selma. Phys. Ed,!Psych. JUANITA JACKSON Richmond. History PAMELA JACKSON Fairfield. Anthropology PATRICIA JACKSON San Francisco, Phys. Ed.lSoc. JOHN JACOBS Riverside. Economics STEVEN JAHR Pasadena. Political Sci. LES JAKOFSKY Los Angeles. History STEVE JAM West Covina. English RALPH JAMES Mobile, Ala., Sociology PATRICIA JANSEN Brawley. Anthropology DAVID JANUSZ Whittier. French JOANNEJEMMATT Ventura. Political Science SE LL 910' rSG1"Aq5 JAG ' ' le, .W - Vi lm? fb' 'W 378 IORS MARILYN JENKINS Santa Maria. English JANETJENNINGS West Covina. Anthropology MARGARETJENSEN Santa Barbara. English PAMELAJENSEN Pasadena, French RICKJENSEN Orinda, Economics ANN JOHNSON Leucadia. Psychology BARBARA JOHNSON Riverside. Anthropology DE DE JOHNSON Manhattan Beach. Home Econ. DOUGLAS JOHNSON San Bruno. Political Science JOANN JOHNSON Northridge, History KATHLEEN JOHNSON Livermore. Soc.!French -f- KENNETH JOHNSON Goleta, Environ. Biol. LAURA JOHNSON Redwood City, Russian LINDAJOHNSON Hawthorne, Soc.lAntrho. DOUG LAS JONES Orange. Economics LESLEY JONES Riverside. Math!Art History MELANIE JONES Tarzana, French MARCIA JONES Los Angeles, Pol. Science NANCY JONES Laguna Beach. English RICHARD JONES Claremont. Anthropology .V LYNN JORDAN Palo Alto. Sociology JOHN JOSTES Orinda. Economics JOANN JOY San Rafael. French SANDRAJUNE Ontario. Sociology BETTYJUNG Pacific Grove. Asian Studies CHRISTINE KALINOSKI Sociology MICHAEL KANDER Long Beach. Economics MARSHALL KANE Oxnard. Psychology JOANNE KAFILTON Lakewood. Biology CAROLE KAUFMAN San Jose. History RON KAUFMAN Cypress, Political Science KAREN KAVINOKY Palo Alto. Sociology LARRY KAZANJIAN Frasno, Language PATRICK KEEGAN Sacramento. Political Sci. GAYLE KELLEY Hollywood. Anthropology JAY KELSEY Sun Valley, English SUSAN KENNEY Hawthorne. History KAREN KESSEL Sonora. Phys. Educ. KAREN KEYS San Mateo, Social Sci. EDITH KIBELE Coalinga. Economics HEE SUN KIM San Jose, Mathematics JANET KIM Selma, Phys. Educ. PAUL KIMOT0 Kingsburg. Psychology LAURA KING Ventura. History ROBERTA KING Eugene. Ore.. Music WALTER KIRCHNER Porterville. Poli. Sci. DAVID KIRKPATRICK Santa Maria, Anthropology BARBARA KOCH Great Falls, Mont.. History ffoff 'nur 'I I I Q " 1 ' ff - A ar-4 f H- I L M 1 . I. f -N"-.f' I T Y A ICI .Q ff 'Ianni - A .N ra. I I x.f.r' ff' Ep. -- yi fy fave any ' .IQ -.- 4 ' -" . ' - - ii -pw... in-7, ,Q , S459 ff. X... I lg, -7 't S G-' .,,,,, ul I. '--as fili ff I 'tllkg ,V ,Uv pursuit of peace is complicated because it has to do with people, and in this universe baffles man as much as man himself" Stevenson Q "Ffh, A r Sl 'xi rf ci -I I r 111 A-..- . nv Yv::v 'TTY' .f FR' .gin- sa 6 wa,- 13 2 3 .-gaei-5:50 Q 735, - 3 I DOFIEENE KOLAR Eagle Flock, Social Science ROBERT KOLODNY Los Angeles. Pol. Sci. ANITA KOSLAR Sun Valley. Hisrorv KEN KOSLOFF Santa Barbara. Hist.lFoI, Sci. EDWIN KOTULA Chula Vista. Pol. Sci,lHist, CHRISTINE KOYANAGI Hilo, Hawaii, History SHELLEY KRAUSE Hawthorne. Phys. Educ. BARBARA KRENEK Glendale. Mathematics JESSE KFIENZEL Harvey, N.D.. Sociology DIANE KRESHA Bakersfield. History JACK KROUSKUP San Jose. Economics USHEFI KRUSHELL Granada Hills. Psych. 7 SE STR- R-A ww' . apt M ,rica 13.51 380 IORS PAMELA KUCKENBAKER Hollister, English GREGORY KUDRON Cupertino. Asian Stud. MARY KUHL La Canada. Sociology KATHLEEN KULWIEC Santa Rosa, Pol. Sci,!Soc. ANDREW KURZ Torrance, Political Sci. CALEB KWOK San Francisco, Mech. Engr. STEPHEN KWOK Santa Barbara, Mech. Engr. RICK LA BARE Piedmont, Economics ROBERT LAMOREAUX Sacramento, Elec. Engr. DIANE LAMPHERE Fullerton. Soc. Sci. CYNTHIA LANE La Habra, Anthropology JANE LANG San Gabriel, Pol, Sci. DOROTHY LARSON Santa Barbara. Spanish SANDRA LARSON Riverside. Anthropology LOUIS LAU Hong Kong. Chemistry MARY LAWHON Bakersfield. Spch,!Hear. PAUL LEE San Rafael, Anthropology SANDRA LEE Napa, Psychology SUSAN LEE Manteca. Envir. Biol. LAUREL LEEF Rolling Hills. Spch. and Hear, LIZZETTA LE FALLE Los Angeles, Art LARRY LEHMAN Bakersfield. Economics SUSAN LEIPHARDT Santa Barbara. Soc. Sci. LINDA LEMASTER Montclair. Sociology CHRISTENE LEONARD San Bernardino. History BARBARA LESTER Whittier. Pol. Sci.!Speech DEBORAH LETI' Concord, Soc. Sci. ILENE LEVIN San Jose, Art ERIC LEWIS Downey. Bio. Chem. LEROY LEWIS Los Angeles, Hist.!Blk. Stds. STEVEN LEWIS Covina. Political Science SHARON LINDBERG Menlo Park, Spch. and Hear, JANE LINDOUIST Glendora. Biology SUSAN LINN Concord. Art FRED LITTLEJOHN Lompoc, Psychology MARTIN LOCK Arcadia. History KATHERINE LODGE La Canada. Social Science RICHARD LOEHR San Jose, Biology MARILEE LONG Walnut Creek, Music KATHLEEN LOONEY Van Nuys. Sociology YOLANDA LOPEZ Cucamonga. Sociology FRANK LOVELL Tustin, Economics ROBIN LOVAN Long Beach, History KAREN LUCIAN Santa Barbara, EnglishlSoc. Sci, BECKY LUGINBILL Corona. Home Economics GINGER LUKE Sylmar. Soc.!Anthro. SUSAN LUKES El Cerrito. Psych. PETER LUNDBERG Yucaipa, Mathematics LA -I-4 I--19 it 5" - 1 "nl I - 1 f . J I .-N rn' as ,-., I, Ni V, -0' . '. I 3. 4 1-ali lx, L 3-y."X -,- W Q-...r X af I 1 'V in ..J- it 'l,l,.. kj:-11' ss, ' lftl . QI' I l me lg, . 'i .I- L., 6-'ln Q' ' . . I VA, L F I' J' W-Tix ,.,4. -, ,H W V . A Q -ur Y ,' '1f"'Y I ti ig '39 PS1 ,, ,Q1 avg . -8-F la ' a' -5 1 'E gg '::- I'-5 N j K, K A si in ...,...a ' ... 'F , Y. f ' I 1 ,.. f i f , Q I' I I J? Q5 v SE IORS TERRY LYDON Coalinga, History BILL LYONS Claremont, Sociology BRUCE LYONS Whittier, Religious Stds, SUE MACHADO Linden, History JACOUELVN MAGUIRE Los Angeles, Art Hist, CHRISTINE MAHNKEN Long Beach, French THOMAS MAHONY Van Nuys. Elec. Engr, MELINDA MALEDY Ladera Heights, Chemistry LOIS MALL Burbank, Spanish LINDA MALMGREN La Canada, Reiig. Studies JAMES MALOCH West Covina, Psychology STEPHEN MALONEY Santa Monica, Environ. Biol l have met Joyce R R "I am a part of all that GJIAQQV 382 IORS PEGGY MALOY Pasadena. English BONNIE MALTZMAN Miami. Fla., English WARREN MALTZMAN Miami, Fla., Creative Stds. DAVID MANELLA Studio City. Anthro. JAMES MANN San Leandro. Chemistry SHEFIRYL MANN Orincla. Soc. Sci. LESLIE MANNIS Sherman Oaks. Soc. Sci. HELEN MANOSAR Valleio. Biology FRAN MARGULIS Los Angeles. Dance MARC MARGULIS Los Angeles. Pol. Sci, JILL MARINAN Concord, History RICHARD MARKOTA Eagle Rock. Economics JILL MARMELZAT Los Angeles, Hist. SANDRA MARSHALL Waco. Texas, Sociology SUSAN MARTI San Jose. French SHONA MARTIN Huntgtn. Bch., Soc,!ReI. St. NANCY MARTINEK Whittier, French ROBERT MARTINICH Lompoc, Zoology DIANE MASON Long Beach. History ,f-M ROBERT MASON Los Angeles. Sociology MICHELE MATLOCK Bakersfield. History SANDRA MAYNARD Campbell. Sociology JANET MAZZOLA Arcadia, English GLORIA MEINERT No. Hollywood, Hist. JOHN MELINAT Alladena. Pol, Sci. NORMAN MELNICK Los Angeles, Psychology RAYMOND MENCKE Medford. Ore.. Pol. Sci, SUSAN MERGE Los Angeles, English ELIZABETH MERFIITT Palo Alto. Spanish SUSAN NIEFIRITT Sonoma, History 'av' 1""f' fi '1 v 1 uv is. 2?- I L IZ . F 79 " li fk 5 .,. K I 56339. gt. w P , I . W' lf. . .. Ia .fty i I x X. ,i fav-1' x-4' . - '14 , lf- A sl If , , .E . II P 1 AX, ' 'NO' KJ:--vw aan:-Q ,, I. .J '1-ip gr 'K- Y'?'P 'iff' ' :H s 11 -af . " is- if ep' . WH:-7 -33 h "Amid all the changes that are going on around us, I believe that nothing true or good will ever perish." Sahabili DIANA MESSINEO Upland. English MICHAEL METTER Los Angeles. Hist. JACQUELINE MEYEFI Pacific Palisades. French JENNIFER MILLEFI Rancho Santa Fe, Art Hist. NIARCIA MILLER -- . Modesto. English WILLIAM MILLER Huntington Park. Econ. PAUL MINTA Menlo Park. Pol. Sci. MARILYN MISPAGEL La Habra, History DENNIS MITCHELL Visalia. Anthro. LINDA MITCHELL So, San Francisco, Hisx, STEVEN MIZOKAWA Honoiulu, Ha.. Math. CAROL MOLLER Long Beach. English Q z , Il , -4 Me 6fLlXCZl'X- 'I Lvgo ' 1 5. WA 'vi"7D 383 SEN IDRS CHARLES MONISMITH Nlt. Holly Springs. Pa., Spch. SHARON MONTAGUE Ventura, Home Econ. ROBERTA MONTINI Ontario, Pol. Sci. ALICIA MOORE Colusa. Social Science JAMES MOORE Redondo Beach. History JAMES B. MOORE Atascadero, History HEATHER MORE Santa Barbara. Home Econ, KATHLEEN MORRIS Santa Cruz. Mathematics PATRICIA MORRIS Pasadena. Spch. and Hear. JOHN MORRISROE Santa Maria, History LINDA MORSE Corona, Anthropology MARY MOWATI' San Francisco, French PATRICIA MULVEY Long Beach. History JEANNETTE MULHOLLAND Orange Cove. Biology THOMAS MUNTEAN Costa Mesa, Hist.lSpan. JAMES MURDOCK Newark. Economics MQW Gal clet5saS I. S- EARL ivivisns Pomona, Mathematics GRETHE MYHRE Santa Barbara, Math. JAMES MCBRIDE Anchorage. Alk., Enviar.. Sci. BRUCE MCCALL Playa Del Rey, Phys. Ed, 'ln BRUCE MCCAMPBELL Santa Clara, Geography ANNE MCCARRICK San Jose. Sociology PATRICIA MCCARTA Santa Barbara. Chemistry SHANNON MCCARTHY San Gabriel. Sociology MARYA MCCOMBS Carmel Valley. English NANCY MCCUE San Gabriel. Engl !Hist. I vwj 'fhcr-u 'out I3.'3- +649-1 MICHAEL ivicsony San Jose. Eccn.!Pol. Sci. I -A ARTHUR MCGURN gginggg' -Qrlu-J up DLLULLQ5' Mission Viejo, Physics Qui IDQJ5 '5 384 JANICE MCKEE Redlands, Spanish PATRICIA MCKEEVER San Jose, History WILLIAM MCLAIN Campbell, Phys. Therapy PAMELA MCLEAN Los Altos. History SANDRA MCLELLAN El Segundo. Pol. Sci.!Anthro. JEANNIE NAKANO Torrance, Math. YVONNE NEELY Los Angeles, Pol. Sci, CLIFF NEILL Kentfield, Philosophy SHARON NEISINGH Santa Rosa, Math.!Psych. MARGARET NEISWENDER Manhattan Bch.. Psych. q 3 'G' lk'-. 'Yi --v WTIL? '73 -rn. 1 V. I V.. V . if Q5 I R N Sb ii' IB:-I F,- i Q.-v L r 'yt .WS- "'Y . -W . I x "2 1 4 I 5 I, V A -I , L 'VZ' E ig L 4 33 -v -1 I N f 5 k "J RTW' I ' 4 lvl f""' I4 A -I s A V ' L75 ,, 'R qw "IRx,'W1 . 5 lg I -5. ' 15- f ff's"""i f 5' if I' A ,wr If Y . . I I- . Lf '- A I.. h uivftyx Q? f- ,. L ' 1 M I ,Q ip' ' V 'V v 1 4.1 fn: I ,'-4-r 'Y'--3 in '-4 1 I of Q 4 ' 6-. 'Uh 3 vas! ' .K 1 I 5. CR N if , 1-I f, ' Q-'K '. A - 1 er nv." 1.-"may I as 'UB --ab ' 'x ,-fs f""P "Happy is he who has laid up in his youth, and held fast in all fortune a genuine and passionate love for reading, " Choate I K nt, -1 ,fir yl fx. , it '12 Q fi., i gr, is " I i N -E xi x I gin ia 4: ' ' is gfgfii 4, gf 'i V ,I Ii' Jl..":,,urA 2 N i I ' - . 1 I .sy X K br, f' -15' . + CHRIS NELSON Goleta, History Dc CLAY NELSON " Hermosa Beach. Pol. Sci. JANET NELSON Buellton. EngI.!Phys. Ed. JEFFREY C. NELSON Sunnyvale. Chemistry JEFF NELSON Santa Barbara. Pol. Sci. JOANNE NELSON Sunnyvale. Pol. Sci, NANCY NELSON Stockton, Psychology SUSAN NELSON Los Angeies, Sociology WILBUR NELSON Cincinnati, Ohio. Soc. NICHOLAS NEMIRSKY Los Angeles. Mech. Engl. JOE NEWMAN Chula Vista. Psychology MARILYN NEWTON Santa Monica, History PENNY NICHOLS john vi? Uova Wee? Quai F110-495-1 San Francisco. Spch. and Hear. SUSAN NICHOLS Corona. English 1 1 4 ., -I' NANCY NICKISON - uliiioio W i'7l'3b"ia"'i Santa Rosa. Sociology JOHN NIEDERKORN Riverside, Sociology GREGG NOFIBERG Woodland Hills, History LANE NORDHOLM Lynwood, Spanish 385 SEN IORS JOHN NORFLEET El Monte, History MARIAM NOFIOIAN Dinuba, Anthro. KEVIN O'BAFl Downey, Economics KAREN O'BRlEN San Jose. Spanish NANCY O'BRlEN Claremont. Sociology TERRY O'BRIEN Pueblo, Colo.. Soc. JOANNE O'DONNELL Antioch. English TERENCE O'DONNELL San Luis Obispo. Soc. CYNTHIA OGILVIE Santa Barbara, History MARY OG LE Burbank, Anthropology STEVE OLDEN La Jolla. Speech JUDITH OLSON Oxnard. English LYNN OLVANY San Gabriel. English JULIA O'NEAL Los Angeles. Sociology SHIRLEY ONODERA Montebello. Anthropology JOANNE ONSTINE Gustine. Spch. and Hear. PAUL ORGERON Nlillbrae, Chem. Engr. ROGER OSBORN Bakersfield. Zoology C -f LINDA OSMUNDSON U Lompoc. English KATHRYN OSFITAL Madera. Economics ALFRED PALAZZO San Bernardino. Pol. Sci.lI-list, R, Q-'-'JANICE PALMER 5 WKEG ll ep ,L So. Pasadena. Soc. Sci. If STEVE PALMER Lindsay. History KEUN-TAI PANG Seoul, Korea. Elec. Engr. LINDA PANOVICH Rdondo Beach. History TIMOTHY PAONE Orange. History JOHN PAPPENFUS West Covina. Zoology JUDY PARKER Redwood City, Biology MARY PARKER Santa Monica. Phys. Ed. ALAN PARKHILL Glendale. Pol. Sci. XPQ vm .,y 1-A 91:9 K ffv' 'J Q I G' A I? ' f . I I ' il I "1' I.., 5 r- li? .L rf K1 5' . ,ph - ' -16-, x E il -is 7 'ir 1-.ai ,-.. 3 Va 4 i l A . my I I , I il . YC T' yi -.. I 5 9 4 "t'1'g ' I, Txnsep TNQ I: eh I 4' 4-5 fi II l I m just a man who needs and wan ts mostly things he 'll never have, looking for that thing that's hardest to find, himself " McKuen 2' was -,, - I bs. 's .1- 'iid' 4, 4,-,5-, ,.x-,f .-. I , L av L . ,.. xi ef. M m - W gilt K ,jk r 1 .lf-H , "TJ: , 5-fl ' 5 . . z: L X Qgzezsk , 1. .. Q ,,ag....,--44 q ' ' me six: 4 SE IORS Ldqbme Cold? girl .W If -WX SQ, 388 LINDA PETERSON Burbank, History DEBRA PETTINE Goldsboro, N.C.. Soc. Sci. SHARON PHEARSON Canoga Park, Sociology PATRICIA PHILLIPS . Visalia. Anthro, Ilr' 'Fil-A NANCY PHIPPS W. 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History WILLIAM RASMUSSEN Claremont, History SUSAN RAY Saratoga, Physics!Bio. Sci. JONATHAN RAYDEN San Rafael. Economics PAUL REA San Francisco. History RICHARD REA Lompoc. Political Science DONALD REDALIE Inglewood, Environ. Biol, MICHAEL REDEMER Kingsburg, Environ. Science MARK REESE Sacramento. Pol. Science MARK REHDER Los Angeles. Math JERI REHM San Diego, Social Science SHARON REICHEL Goleta, Political Science NANCY REID 'vue-5 Lv. .Z Glendale, History DOUG LAS REX Northridge. Economics LOUISE REYNOLDS Glendale, Span.!ReI. Stds. CHRISTOPHER RICHARDS Lafayette, Hist.!Pol, Sci, BILLIE RILEY El Caion, English SANDRA ROBERTSON Santa Paula, English MARY ROBINSON Klamath. Econ.!PoI. Sci. THERESA RODDY Fresno, Sociology DANIEL RODRIGUEZ Visalia, Sociology KATHLEEN RODRIGUEZ Visalia, Social Science MELINDA ROGERS Lindsay. History PATRICIA ROGERS Castro Valley, English Sl'-IERYLE ROJAS Santa Maria, Hisp, Civ. NANCY ROLFE Modesto. Math BARBARA ROMANCHAK Saratoga, English mLo.V1.1'i'.9 V- Sv UL' C lcvtftllfk W 389 PT I "Whatsoever things are true, wha tsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report: think on these things. "Philippians 4:8 GAYLE ROSA Santa Barbara. Sociology PATRICIA ROSE Oxnard, Anthropology ROCHELLE ROSE Whittier. Sociology JEFFREY HOSEN Santa Monica. Physics BARBARA HOUM Pasadena, English NANCY ROWE Fullerton. History NANCY K. ROWE Arcadia, Hisxory MATTHEW RUDKO Santa Barbara, English SHARON RUDOLPH Glendale, Sociology JOAN RUGEN Napa. Psychology NORMA RUIZ Bakersfield. Geography STEVEN RUNDSTROM Livermore. Economics ravi Qu- Q"'v i A-l LE, I '. X fi ,A f, 'TA in r ' 'ag L 1 . Ll M: A-4 .I ,, fl Ah at ' a lx C" 1, 1 'V in I an YI' ff 'So' ,Jes H it x ,CZ , , R I l I ,I . T- HE? I Qi T... A A My . f' 1.3: --,x ' NZ ld' u ' F J I ., - u in ii. I 'ldi- ' r qi bk if: . 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Geog, MARY SPINKS Rialto, Psychology ROBERT SPITZ Santa Monica. Econ,!Anthro. JUDY SPRANKLE Pasadena, Social Science SUZANNE ST, CLAIR Pacific Pal.. Sociology CAROL STEGMAN Los Gatos. Sociology ANN STEINMETZ Los Angeles. Anthro,!Soc, PATRICIA STENSLAND Solvang, History STURGIS STENTZ Goleta, Philosophy JAN STEPHEN Mtn. View, Physical Therapy SALLY STEPHENS Sacramento. Math JAMES STEPKOWSKI Santa Barbara. Psychology RICHARD STEVENS Moraga, Psychology DOUGLAS STEWART Salinas, Economics DIANALEE STICKLER Monterey. English BRAD STIENSTRA Belmont, Speech ROGER STILLMAN Santa Barbara. Environ. Biol, LYN STORZ La Jolla, Anthropology JOHN STRAIN Walnut Creek, Pol. Science GAIL STRANGE La Jolla. Pol, Science THOMAS STREET Malibu, Anthropology . "2afX ,TTT I , QL I ' 3 -' I I Y F3 ' A-. , 5 f , I- 4. .I , -1 is-an ""'V I3 I , gy A .If it Q-3, Il ' '-' X , 1 I' ', Af . 4 1 kiwi' 1 ., 3, U . I Mr' ch' i , Q x 2 , 4' A QM' - l . , I . 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ELAINE TALBOT Riverside, Speech STAN TANKERSLEY Arcadia, Econ,lGeography J'Those who dream by day are cognizant f many things which escape those who ream only at nigha " Poe SENIORS HELENA TANNER Santa Barbara. Anthro, JOHN TATUM Laguna Beach. History THOMAS TAYLOR Berkeley. Chem, Engr. DIEDRE TEFERTILER Oxnard. English NELSON THARP Santa Barbara. Economics BARBARA THIELE Santa Ana. Anthropology DANNY THOMAS Santa Maria. Psychology DEBORAH THOMPSON Bellevue. Wash., Soc. Sci. JOHN THOMPSON Sacramento, Political Sci. TERRY THOMPSON Santa Paula. Biology CHERYL THOMSON Millbrae. Hist,lPol. Sci. MARK THOMSON Orange. Speech SYLVIA THOMSON Bakersfield, Hist.lFrench KAREN THORBROGGER Burlingame. Psychology THOMAS THORPE San Jose. Economics JOHN TIEN KEN Porterville. Soc, Science DONALD TIMMER San Ralael. Linguistics TARYN TIPTON Red Bluff. History JEFFREY TISDALE Whittier. Political Science JEREMY TOBY Santa Barbara. Elec, Engr. 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ELIZABETH WARDEN Encino, Speech and Hearing PHYLLIS WARREN Antioch. Anthropology JUDITH WATSON Ontario, Sociology KAREN WATSON San Diego, Anthropology SEN IORS CALVIN WATTS San Jose, Psychology MARGE WEBB Long Beach. History MERIDITH WEBSTER So. Pasadena. History MARGE WEED Newport Beach, Soc. Sci. DENNIS WEEMS Chatsworth. Economics PAUL WEINBERBER Burlingame. History LAURA WEINSTEIN Sausalito. Phys. Ed. JONATHAN WELCH Long Beach, Art LYNN WERDER San Mateo, Soc,!Pol. Sci, KAREN WERNER Woodland Hills, Anthro. FREDA WHEATLEY Los Angeles, History ELIZABETH WHITEFORD Santa Barbara. History RICHARD WILBER Chicago. Ill., Zoology DWIGHT WILCOX Pasadena. Elec. Engr. JOAN WILLIAMS Lafayette. Biol. Sci. MARGARET WILLIAMS Bakersfield, History STEVEN WILLIAMS Newhall, Math TERESA WILLIAMS Riverside , Political Sci. ANNE WILLIS Lodi. History SALLY WILLSON Santa Paula. Sociology DAVID WILSON Riverside. Anthropology STEVEN WINDERS Fullerton. Sociology SHERRY WING Long Beach. 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Glenn 159 Canaday, John 159 Canham, Ervim 39 Canning, Nancy 367 Canning, Richard 310,367 Cantor, Mark 179 Capen, Patricia 367 Carbow, Barbie 272 Carlson, Donald 239,248 Carlson, Patricia 288,320 Carlton, Timothy 246,305 Carnes, Craig 367 Carson, Catherine 204,301 Carter, Edward 159 Carter, Jerry 248 Casey, Kimberly 295 Casey, Moira 200 Casimano, Susan 367 Catalano, Norman 367 Caziarc, Steven 367 Cedarlund, Lynda 367 Cesare, Andrew 309 Chaffee, Rowland 127 Chambliss, Michael 234 Chancer, Jeff 250 Chaney, Cynthia 367 Chapman, Larry 310,367 Chapman, Robin 293 Chase, Mary 367 Cheadle, Vernon 36,161 Cheatham, Laverne 367 Chin, Cynthia 324 Chittick, Dick 162 Chiu, Anna 367 Cho, Casey 172,368 Choate, Maren 323 Christensen, Stephanie 286, 288,368 Christiansen, Paula 222,223, 299 Christy, Dan 238 Chulack, Andy 310 Ciesielski, Andrew 230 Clark, June 301,368 Clark, Pamela 289 Clark, Richard 304 Clark, Stephen 368 Clegg, Ellen 368 Clemente, Beverly 368 Clements, Patrick 368 Cleveland, Russell 314,368 Close, Gregory 302 Coates, Randolph 277 Coblentz, William 159 Cochrane, Zenola 223 Cohn, Steven 255 Coker, Elizabeth 286,295 Coker, Louis 208 Colbourn, Joel 208 Cole, Barbara 201,291,368 Cole, Christine 368 Cole, Herbert 145 Cole, Neal 313 Cole, Paul 317,368 Cole, Susan 368 Cole, Wayne 368 Coleman, Steven 250,251,368 Colgate, Vicki 291 Colley, Stephen 191,192 Collins, Gregory 238 Collins, John 261,309,368 Collop, Sandra 301 Colvin, Nancy 368 Colvin, Susan 299 Colwell, Nancy 203 Comerford, James 313 Company Theatre 69 Concerned, John 209 Condon, Laura 323 Condra, Darlene 325 Conway, Jane 29,293 Cook, Gary 317,368 Cook, Kevin 368 Cooley, Steven 211 Cooper, Eddie 92 Cooper, Laura 301 Copple, Jacquelyn 288,368 Cordiner, Gail 324 Cords, Carolyn 320 Corey, John 209 Corselius, Grace 202,295,368 Cortopassi, Ronald 368 Corwe, Nancy Corwin, Miles 248 Cossart, Kit 149 Costa, Mable 368 Costales, Maureen 368 Cota, Janice 368 Cote, Ron 230 Cotterman, Sarah 368 Cottle, Barbara 297,368 Couch, Carol 290,368 Courtright, Kerry 295 Couser, William 83 Covington, Henry 368 Cox, Thomas 317,368 Craig, Gary 123 Craig, Steven 209 Crawshaw, Craig 209 Crinklaw, Susan 290 Crinklaw, Burton 261 Crispin, Craig 368 Cristiano, Ellen 287 Crittenden, Susan 202,368 Crivello, Ruth 368 Crocker, David 230 Cronk, Susan 368 Crouch, Cary 250 Crowell, Lucinda 299,368 Crum, Gregory 248 Crummey, Mark 236 Cuddyre, Terence 313 Cullen, Carol 323 Cunnane, Dennis 309,368 Cunnane, Michael 236 Cunningham, Kathleen 297,320 Curran, Patricia 201 Curran, Sally 299,368 Currier, Cecile 368 Currier, Lynn 299,368 Cutler, Frank 305,368 Czech Chamber Orchestra 87 D Dager, Peggy 368 Dahlgren, Rick 178 Dain, Elizabeth 368 Dalin, Marion 140 Dalton, Janet 301 D'Amboise, Jacques 102 Damonte, James 317 Danache, Daniel 255,256 Daoust, Catherine 368 Darata, Darlene 368 Darling, James 311 Darrow, Donna 295,368 Dave, Alvin 230 Davidson, Pat 178,179 40 4 Davies, Jane 299 Davies, Kathryn 295 Davis, Alida 290,368 Davis, Angela 42 Davis, Barbara 368 Davis, James 368 Davis, Mark 239 Davis, Patricia 368 Davis, Shelly 369 Davis, Susie 279 Dawson, Warren 210,211 Dazey, Charles 369 Dea, Lai-Hing 369 De Bow, Deborah 321 Decker, Brian 209 Degan, Charles 208,223 De Genova, Linda 369 De Gooyer, Lance 240,317 De Groot, David 260,261 Delanty, Rick 234 De La Rosa, Nancy 369 De Laveaga, Martha 293 Del Duca, Deborah 369 Dellinger, Kent 369 Denhead, Joan 321 Denman, .loan 322 Denning, Sandra 369 Denning, Stephen 306 De Nobriga, George 75 Dent, Preston 163 De Pauw, Julie 369 Derby, Richard 172 Derian, Diane 297,369 De Santis, Patrick 209 De Shon, Ronald 258 Detloff, Laura 299,369 Deutsch, Barbara 164 De Valle, Linda 369 Devencenzi, Mark 241 De Vito, Joanne 293,369 De Voe, Deborah 286,290 Deweesh, Mohamed 236,237 Dick, Debra 323 Diederichsen, Rick 309 Diehl, Barbara 369 Dierker, Richard 250 Diller, Linda 288 Dinsmore, Stephen 369 Ditewig, William 209,369 Dixon, Patricia 201,369 Dodd, Deborah 200,297 Dodd, Nancy 369 Doherty, Gregory 311,369 Dohrn, Jennifer 41 Dolan, Brenda 369 Dolan, Elizabeth 369 Dolan, Linda 369 Doney, Christine 369 Doo, Joyce 293,369 Doty, Edward 249 Douglas, Laurie 299,370 Downey, Daniel 309 Dragich, Nick 230 Drake, Goodrum 370 Draper, Douglas 302 Dreckman, Stanley 306 Driemeyer, Sally 370 Drozd, Donald 170,370 Drucker, Mary Anne 370 Dubell, Ann 201 Du Bois, Marilyn 370 Du Bois, Shirley 37 Du Bose, Debra 295 Duckworth, Susan 370 Duffin, Katherine 370 Dugan, Paul 370 Duncan, Darlene 295,370 Duncan, Dennis 314,370 Duncan, Hal 230 Dunham, Connie 370 Dunne, Stephen 313 Dutton, Frederick 159 Dysart, Nancy 202 E Eagan, Dennis 313 Eakes, Van 371 Earle, Gary 313 Eastes, Linda 371 Easton, Ellen 297,371 Eaves, Christine 321 Eberle, Dale 301 Ebert, John 314,371 Edgren, David 371 Edgren, Mary 371 Edmond, James 240,245 Edson, Janet 203 Edwards, Gwen 371 Eggimann, Diane 323, Eiseman, Ellen 202 Eisenhut, John 311,371 Elder, John 313 Ellerbe, Sara 322 Ellerbrock, Craig 371 Ellingson, Debra 371 Elliott, Geraldine 371 Ellis, Cristi 371 Ellis, Eloise 371 Ellman, Randi 201,202 Emerick, Bruce 371 Emi, Eileen 371 Endo, Susan 371 Engelhardt, Lynne 293,371 England, Alan 172,371 Englehardt, Paulette 371 Englehart, Frances 178 Engler, Jeffrey 371 Enloe, Kathryn 68 Epperson, Randall 371 Epstein, Joan 291,371 Erbez, Philip 230 Erickson, Caleen 371 Espy, Mark 230,233 Estes, Mary 371 Ettelson, Nancy 293,371 Eubanks, Linda 371 Eurey, Donna 124 Evans, Barry 305,371 Evans, Elliot 142 Evans, James 311 Evans, Kathryn 299,371 Evans Robert 164 Everest, Andy 230,231 Everest, Tom 230 Everman, Ron 162 Everson, Lendon 172 Ewald, Dieter 371 F Fagan, Brian 118 Fagan, William 371 Fahey, John 81 Fallace, Eugenie 371 Fambrini, Leslie 200,223 Fargo, Heather 323 Farrer, William 159 Farrington, Phyllis 291 Fasola, John 371 Fassell, Jeanne 371 Faulkner, David 230 Favalora, Frank 209 Feeley, John 247 Feffer, Leighan 294 Feliciano, Jeffrey 230 Fellows, Merrilee 201 Fence, Carol 321 Fenelon, Gail 371 Ferkin, Charles 371 Ferre, Patrick 236 Ferrero, Michele 293,371 Fetter, David 236 Fietz, Tracy 322 Finck, Karen 322 Findlay, Debra 301 Finnegan, Patricia 325 Fiolek, James 95 Fiore, Nora 204,293 Fischmann, Jody 297 Fishburn, Carol 371 Fisher, Arthur 371 Fisher, Edward 92 Fisher, Gail 293,371 Fisher, William 209 Fitch, Janis 371 Fitch, William A. 241 Fitzgerald, Kathleen 291,371 Fitzgerald, Nancy 371 Flashberg, Larry 371 Flocks, Reed 238 Florcyk, Carol 371 Flourney, Houston 53 Floyd, Georgia 371 Flynn, Daneen 371 Fogarty, Michael 306 Fontan, Sherry 371 Forbes, William 159 Forchielli, Lisa 325 Ford, Catherine 287 Ford, Eugene 208,371 Ford, Richard 372 Foster, Charles 372 Foster, Nancy 325 Foster, Rick 208 Foster, Wendy 178 Foulkes, Stephen 372 Fountaine, Marjorie 372 Frame, Karen 288 Framsted, Mary 372 Franco, Robert 250 Franklin, Coleen 124 Frantz, Patti 372 Frantz, Shirley 372 Frazier, Earl 240,242 Frazzini, Madalyn 372 Frederick, John 372 Fredhold, Francie 322 Freeman, Darcy 200,287 Freeman, Ricardo 196 French, Dot 321 French, Robert 209 Freyre, Jaime 143 Fricker, Peter 135 Friske, Susan 372 Fritz, Naill 372 Froome, Dean 239 Fugit, Amelia 324 Fujii, Dennis 305,372 Fujii, Joyce 288,372 Fujikawa, Karen 197 Fujikuni, Barbara 204 Fujita, Miki 325 G Gage, Benjamin 238,372 Galen, Patrice 321 Galvan, James 247,372 Gandy, Harold 372 Gans, Deborah 372 Gans, William Carl 255,37 Gant, Margaret'287,372 Garbett, Randi 372 Garbutt, Bryan 314,372 2 Garcia, Jose 208 Garcia, Robert 171 Gardner, Kathryn 372 Gardner, Richard 123 Gardner, Timothy 306,372 Garlock, William 313 Garrett, Janice 323 Gary, Robert 238,239 Gassaway, Paul 171 Gates, Marshall 251 Gazdecki, James 311 Geddes, Timothy 236 Geesey, Marilyn 372 Geiger, Marsha 204 Geile, Robert 372 Gelb, Joann 301,372 Gelman, Marcia 372 Genasci, Kathleen 202,372 Gendell, Rave 372 Gentry, Marjory 208 George, Gordon 247 Georges, Gary 249 Gerrells, Suzanne 322 Gersh, Ellyn 74 Getman, Margaret 165 Giammona, Virginia 373 Gibbs, Susan 301,373 Gibson, Kelton 306,373 Gibson, Renee 323 Gibson, Robert 238,248 Gifford, Steven 208,209 Giles, Gale 124 Gillan, Jacqueline 373 Ginsberg, Anthony 373 Ginther, Thomas 305,373 Girouard, Maureen 373 Glass, Murvin 241 Glienke, Dorothy 373 Gloster, Maurice 373 Glover, Joan 201 Godfrey, Cyrus 373 Goetter, Susan 323 Gold. Sherri 373 Goldman, Lawrence 208 Goldman, Silvie 322 Goldstein, Susan 208 Golombek, Deborah 323 Gombos, Aniko 373 Gomer, Roberta 373 Haack, Christine 374 lsadore 372 Michael 373 ste 322 Gail 373 Stephan 162,163 Doreen Roger 313 250,253 - Beryl 301 Gunther 167 373 oe 162 William 373 Dennis 238 an 159 Beth 373 Dan 33 John 172,302 Susan 373 , Linda 323 Carolyn 373 Rebecca 204,294,373 Janette 301,373 373 Ge rge 373 , Kenneth 230 Nancy 373 Dick 40 Jeri 204 , Lucinda 323 Nadine 373 Robert 373 o Hedelson, Harold 178,179 Hinds, William 230 Carol 293 Guissi, Linda 374 Gummerson, Maria 208,323 Gunn, Cathy 323 Guy, Lawrence 238 Gwillum, Diane 152 H Haake, Stephen 374 Haas, Carol 374 Haas, Jeffrey 249 Hackett, Donna 374 Hagberg, Janet 200 Hakam, Wendy 325 Hall, Karen 374 Hall, Laurie 374 Hall, Suzette 291 Hallisey, Leah 375 Hallock, Kathleen 375 Halloway, Jim 238 Halpern, Donna 201,375 Haman, Abigail 208,293 Hamlin, Judy 375 Hamm, Steven 375 Hammer, Bill 247 Hammett, Bruce 304 Hamp, Doug 211 Hanaway, Shannon 288 Haney, Terri 375 Harper, John 313 Harper, Mary Jane 375 Harrie, Janet 375 Harris, Christine 375 Harris, Cookie 278 Harris, John 306 Harris, Kenneth 310 Harris, Linda 278 Harris, Nina 375 Harris, Patricia 202,288 Harris, Robert 246 Harris, Rosalie 208,323 Harris Rosalynne 375 Hart, Gary 35 Hart, Michael 241 Hart, William 314,375 Harte, Maureen 323 Hartman, Heidi 278 Haskett, Steven 240,275 Hass, Edward 422 Hassebrock, Barbara 291 Hastrup, William 317 Hatch, Nancy 375 Hawkins, Stephen 375 Henley, Pamela 375 Henning, George 313,375 Henning, Honey 325 Hennon, Judith 294 Henry, Daniel 375 Henson, Richard 230 Herbert, Laurel 293,375 Herman, Ethlie 190,193 Herman, Susan 376 Hermanson, Jeffrey 376 Hernandez, John 276 Herndon, Matthew 230 Herrera, Ralph 163 Hershman, Risa 301 Herzog, Stephen 376 Hesse, Paul 209 Hesser, Phillip 170 Hewitson, Nancy 324 Hewlett, Gretchen 196 Hickey, Anita 376 Hidalgo, Tim 323 Higginbottom, Linda 323 Higgins, Diane 294,376 Higgs, DeWitt 159 Haycock, Thomas 375 Hayes, John 375 Hayes, Linda 297,325 Hayes, Nancy 375 Hayre, Raghbir 321 Heald, Deborah 375 Healy, Dorothy 50 Hearst, Mrs. Randolph A. 159 Heath, Steven 310 Hiji Linda 376 Hill Barbara 289 Hill Carolyn 376 Hill Martha 376 Hill Ronald 126 Hill f Suzanne 202,288 Hillman, Richard 376 Hillson, Ellen 187,376 Hilscher, Sandra 376 Claudia 293,373 Donald 208 James 316 Clarence 373 Claudia 373 Linda 374 David 249,310 Craig 374 re, Roger 73 John 374 Irene 374 , Joseph 306, String Quartet 67 Sandra 294 'C Hanke, Debra 288 Hanna, Cheryl 375 Hanrahan, Philip 303 Hans, Janis 271 Hansen, Jan 181 Hanson Brian 375 Hanson Cary 250 Hanson Frederick 375 Hanson, Linda 375 Hanson Marilyn 375 Hanson Robert 375 Hanson William 255 Harbury, Henry 120 Harder, Theodore 167 Harelson, Gilbert 375 Harper, David 375 Heineccius, William 375 Heino, Pamela 375 Heinsohn, Stephen 303,375 Heinz, Perri 375 Heiydt, Katherine 375 Heller, Mrs. Edward H. 159 Helmer, Richard 375 Helvey, Mark 317,375 Henderson, Ann 202 Hines, John 303,376 Hinkley, Gerald 194,195 Hinman, John 310,377 Hinrichs, Pamela 377 Hitch, Charles 159,160 Hitchcock, Robert 377 Hjelle, Cheryl 377 Ho, Kay-Yin 377 Hoag, Richard 209 Hobson, Priscilla 204,205,295 Humphrey, Susan 323 Henderson, Julie 202,301,375 Hodgins, Winifred 422 Henderson, Cynthia 288 Henderson, Robert 246 Hendricks, Laird 375 Hendricks, Lorraine 375 Hendry, Mary 375 Henjum, Elizabeth 375 Hoenig, Robin 377 Hoey, Elizabeth 295,377 Hoffman, Antonia 377 Hoffman, Ed 38 Hoffman, Joan 288 Hoffman, Shelley 377 Hogaboom, Linda 201 Hoggan, Nancy 325 Hold, Lawrence 250,309 Holderness, Deborah 297 Holland, Harry 192 Hollenbeck, Lynne 377 Hollingsworth, Joan 291,377 Hollywood, Linda 377 Holmes, Genevieve 377 Holmes, Kenton 313 Holmes, Rick 38.59.60 Holthusen, Joan 324 Honegger, Doreen 200,201,204 288 Honegger, John 306 Hoopes, Frank 250 Hopkin, Janet 208,377 Hopkins, Albert 377 Hopkins, Jerry 242 Hopperstad, Anna 320 Hoppes, Steven 377 Hordzwick, Carol 377 Hornstein, Sara 204,286,297 Horton, Samuel 236 Hostetler, Robin 377 Houang, Richard 195 Howald, Ann 377 Howard, Linda 203 Howard, Susan 377 Howell, Daniel 309,377 Hsu, Samuel 209 Huang, Patrick 377 Huber, Robert 230 Huckeba, Paula 377 -. Huddlestone, Susan 208 Hughes, Ann 377 Hughes, Marilyn 295 Hull, Holli 208 Hull, Steven 210,211 Humberd, Ronald 377 Humble, Stephen Scott 209 Hummel, Susan 201 Humphries, George 377 Hunot, Arthur 210,211,377 Hunter, Herbert 241 Huntsinger, Steven 228,230 Hussey, Ruth 377 Hutcheson, Michele 184 4 Hutchinson, Nancy 377 Huxley, Daniel 377 Hyde, Deborah 377 Hynes, Nancy 377 lnama, Christopher 247 Ingraham, Melinda 295,377 Irving, Roger 277 Israel, Jane 321 Iverson, Dorothy 377 Izzo, David 246 J Jacinto, Janice 200 Jackson, Cheryl 323 Jackson, Coleen 377 Jackson, Dane 250 Jackson , Jackson, Pamela 377 Jackson, Patricia 377 Jackson, Ronald 121 Jackson, Shiela 124 Jackson, Terrance 313 Juanita 288,377 Jacobs, Douglas 75 Jacobs, John 377 Jacobs, Richard 209 Jahadhmy, Ali Ahmed 124 Jahr, Steven 317,377 Jaime-Freyre 143 Jakofsky, Leslie 377 Jam, Steven 317,377 James, Ralph 377 James, Rose 301 Jansen, Patricia 377 Janusz, David 377 Jaworski, Jefferson ,Ann 208,323 Jefferson, Jefferson, James 310 Gail 324 Michael 248 Jeffery, Linda 172,324 Jemmott, Joanne 377 Jenkins, Barbara 295 Jenkins, Clifford 230 Jenkins, Marilyn 321,378 Jennings, Jennings, Bob 243 Janet 378 Jensen, Douglas 162 Jensen, Margaret 378 Jensen, Marlene 288,321 Jensen, Pamela 378 Jensen, Rick 276,313,378 Jenvey, Marlyn 301 Jo Mama 91 Johnson, Amy 204 Johnson, Ann 378 Johnson Barbara 378 Johnson: Cynthia 325 Johnson, Deborah 378 Johnson, Dorthee 378 Johnson, Douglas 378 Johnson, Eileen 203,204,293 Johnson, James 148 Johnson, Jan 321 Johnson, J.J. 208 Johnson, Joann 378 Johnson, Karen 293 Johnson, Kathleen 378 Johnson, Kenneth 209,378 Johnson, Laura 378 Johnson, Linda 293,378 Johnson, Lyndell 204 Johnson, Mary 204,301 Johnson, Robin 300 Johnson, Stanley 138 Johnston, Craig 208 Jones, Bill 240 Jones, Douglas 378 Jones, Laurie 322 Jones, Lesley 200,321,378 Jones, Marcia 378 Jones, Melanie 300,378 Jones, Nancy 378 Jones, Richard 378 Jordan, Lynn 378 Jostes, John 378 Joy, Ford 259 Joy, JoAnn 378 June, Sandra 378 Jung, Betty 378 Jura, Christine 205 Justiniano, Nancy 291 Jutzi, Janice 290 K Kadesh, Eileen 200 Kaji, Jeanette 297 Kalinoski, Christine 378 Kalinske, Susan 295 Kander, Michael 313,378 Kane, John 378 Karcz, Jerzy 422 Karlton, Joanne 378 Kasala, Cathy 288. Katz, Martin 82 Kaufman, Carole 290,378 Kaufman, Ron 378 Kavinoky, Karen 378 Kaye, Hilary 189 Kazanjian, Larry 378 Kearn, Deborah 278,297 Kearn, Devon 278,297 Keefer, Lynn 290 Keegan, Thomas 378 Keigh, Robert 238 Keith, David 209 Kellett, Michele 172 Kelley, Gayle 378 Kelly, Dennis 247 Kelsey, Jay 378 Kennedy, Helen 272 Kenney, Susan 378 Kerr, Gayle 184 Kerr, Patricia 297 Kesler, Linda 201 Kessel, Karen 378 Ketela, Pete 230 Key, Stevan 209 Keys, Karen 378 Kibele, Edith 378 Kim, Hee Sun 378 Kim, Janet 378 Kimoto, Paul 310,378 King, Barbara 208,324 King, Betsy 295 King, Gerald 246 King, Laura 378 King, Roberta 202,378 Kipphut, Joseph 210,211 Kirchner, Walter 378 Kirkelie, Everett 165 Kirkpatrick, David 378 Kitchen, Brenda 290 Kite, Jon 126 Klas, Susan 325 Kleinman, Leslie 291 Knopke, Terry 291 Knorr, Deborah 288 Koch, Barbara 378 Koerner, Linda 195,196 Koester, Kathleen 297 Kohlmann, Donald 309 Kohn, Philip 170 Kolar, Doreene 379 Kolb, Brian 246 Kolodny, Robert 379 Korson, Charles 208 Koslar, Anita 379 Kosloff, Ken 311,379 Kottmeier, Steve 162 Kotula, Edwin 379 Kovach, Joe 184 Kovich, Robert 103 Koyanagi, Christine 379 Krause, Shelley 379 Krauter, Rebecca 201 Krayk, Stefan 73 Krenek, Barbara 379 Krenzel, Jesse 379 Kresha, Diane 379 Kreston, Carolyn 202 Krevis, Judith 293 Kridl, Barbara 202 Krilanovich, Nina 178 Krouskup, Jack 303,379 Krushell, Usher 379 Kukenbaker, Pamela 380 Kudron, Gregory 380 Keuhn, David 250,251 Kuhl, Jo 270 Kuhl, Mary 380 Kuhne, Robert 246 Kulvin, Nancy 205,297 Kulwiec, Kathleen 380 Kurz, Andrew 380 Kustich, Robert 309 Kwok, Caleb 380 Kwok, Stephen 380 L La Bare, Richard 316,380 Laflin, Kathleen 202 Lagana, Gregory 309 La Gory, Carmen 293 Lake, John 147 Lam, Stephanie 195 Lambert, Marsha 323 Lambert, Michael 313 Lambi, Francine 74 Lamoreaux, Robert 380 Lamphere, Diane 287,380 Landerman, Helen 143,153 Lane, Cynthia 380 Lang, Jane 380 Langstaff, Gordon 317 Langstaff, Nancy 295,320 Larson, Dorothy 380 Larson, Sandra 380 Lau, Louis 380 Laun, Kristine 223,293 La Velle, James 255 Law, Kevin 236,255 Lawhon, Mary 380 Lawrence, John 159 Lawton, Barbara 202,325 Lazarus, Gail 288 Leach, Lee 209 Lee, Charles 132 Lee, Paul 230,250,317,380 Lee, Richard 264 Lee, Sandra 380 Lee, Thomas 255 Leef, Laurel 380 Lees, Allyson 300,325 Le Falle, Lizzetta 124,380 Leffeler, Sharon 322 Lehman, Larry 380 Lehman, Sandy 322 Leiphardt, Susan 297,380 Lemaster, Linda 202,380 Lemaster, Martha 202 Lemman, Barbara 205,294 Leonard, Christene 380 Le Roy, Terry 325 Lester, Barbara 380 gf. 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N 3 S N, iw? if , ee S , 5- : wg J'eel1?a we a-- 'ifir' ,- ili5f.r,PHpH ' ' pl 5 4 414 Mason, Sharon 205,294 Mathe, Bonny 325 Matlock, Michele 300,382 Matsinger, Harry 313 Matthew, Kollamala 164 Maurer, Lawrence 310 Maynard, Sandra 382 Mazzanti, Gino 230 Mazzola, Janet 382 McAllister, William 208 McBride, James 276,384 McCall, Bruce 305,384 McCampbell, Bruce 247,384 McCarrick, Anne 384 McCarta, Patricia 384 McCarthy, Sandra 203 McCarthy, Shannon 384 McCombs, Marya 384 McConnell, Lonnie 230 McCue, Nancy 384 McCullough, Nancy 323 McDiarmid, Michael 310 McFadden, Leslie 323 McFarland, Susan 322 McGarvey, Sharon 324 McGivern, Peter 236,313 McGory, Michael 240,384 McGraw, Pamela 277 McGuinness, Lorie 293 McGurn, Arthur 384 Mclntyre, Molly 208,325 McKee, Dorothy 291 McKee, Janice 384 McKeever, Patricia 299,384 McKell, Marion 152 McKibbin, Douglas 236 McLain, Catherine 196 McLain, William 310,384 McLaughlin, Timothy 208 McLean, Pamela 384 McLees, Melanie 140 McLellan, Sandra 384 McMurtrey, Margaret 323 McNeil, Ian 313 McNeill, Virginia 287 McVicar, Bruce 36 McWilliam, Linda 201,294 Mee, Gus 261 Megarity, Jack 277 Meinert, Gloria 382 Melinat, John 382 Melnick, Norman 382 Melvin, Pamela 124 Mencke, Edward 276,382 Menzel, Kimberley 323 Meredith, Marie 201 Merge, Susan 382 Merritt, Elizabeth 382 Merritt, Susan 382 Messieno, Diana 383 Metter, Michael 383 Metzleur, Deborah 291 Meyer, Cynthia 208 Meyer, Jacqueline 383 Meyer, Michelle 291 Meyers, Leslie 165 Michky, Marian ne 299 Mier, David 306 Mikolaj, Paul 146 Miller, Barbara 291 Miller, Deborah 203 Miller, Dee Anne 322 Miller, James Curry 249,313 Miller, Jennifer 383 Miller, Kati 325 Miller, Lawrence 236,237 Miller, Marc 304 Miller, Marcia 383 Miller, Nancy 297 Miller, Susan 200,301 Miller, William 383 Mills, Andrew 194 Minster, Barry 230 Minta, Paul 383 Mispagel, Marilyn 293,383 Mitchell, Dennis 313,383 Mitchell, James 230 Mitchell, Linda 293,383 Mitchell, Mitch 162 Mizokawa, Steven 383 Moberly, Kathleen 323 Moch, David 230,255 Mohr, Janet 279 Molander, Richard 236 Mole, Paula 294 .5 ,ff ggee I Moller, Carol 383 Monismith, Charles 384 Montague, Sharon 299,384 Montini, Roberta 384 Mooers, Linda 201 Moore, Alicia 295,384 Moore, James 384 Moore, James E. 384 Moore, Joseph 159 Oberti, Larry 247 Obertreis, Louis 317 O'BiII, Carol 288 O'Brien, Cathy 290 O'Brien, Karen 386 O'Brien, Nancy 386 O'Brien, Theresa 386 O'Donnell, James 306 O'Donnell, Joanne 386 O'Donnell, Terence 386 Moore, Steve 230 More, Heather 384 Morglas, Alicia 323 Moretti, Bob 159 Morgan, Mary 140 Mori, Sharon 172,324 Morneau, Geoffry 310 Moro, Gerry 137,255 Morris, Kathleen 384 Morris, Patricia 384 Morrisroe, John 313,384 Morse, Linda 301,384 Moseley, Robert 238 Motta, Michele 323 Moulthrop, Elisabeth 202 Mounts, Jon 208 Mowatt, Mary 384 Moy, Gloria 178 Mulhaupt, Rick 211 Mulholland, Jeanette 384 Mulholland, Thomas 239 Muller, Gail 323 Mulvey, Patricia 295,384 Muntean, Dirk 238 Muntean, Thomas 384 Murdock, James 305,384 Murphy, Gregory 250 Murray Louis Dance Co. 85 Myers, Earl 384 Myers, Nancy 301 Myhre, Grethe 384 N Nagler, Michael 170 Nakano, Jeannie 384 Narducci, James 209 Nash, Roderick 114,131 Neely, Yvonne 384 Neill, Clifford 384 Neisingh, Sharon 384 Neiswender, Margaret 293, 384 Nelson, Calvin 385 Nelson, Christina 288,385 Nelson, David 209 Ogilvie, Cynthia 386 Ogle, John 234 Ogle, Mary 288,386 Onama, Christine 201 O'Hollaren, Robert 208 O'Kins, Kathy 325 Olden, Steven 386 Oliva, H.L. 209 Olsen, June 162 Olson, Judith 386 Olson, Ted 209 Oltmann, Henry 230,309 Olvany, Lynn 386 O'NeaI, Julia 386 Ong, Michael 249 Onodera, Shirley 386 Onstine, Joanne 386 Open Theatre 65 Oppezzo, Timothy 230 Orchard, Kristine 297 Ordung, Katherine 287 Orgeron, Paul 386 Ortman, Carole 325 Osborn, Roger 386 O'Shanick, Diane 162 Osmundson, Linda 208,386 Ospital, Kathryn 386 Oster, Barbara 324 Oster, Pam 322 Ostrom, Sven 250 Ota, Sensai Ken 276 Otis, James 277,313 Oulie, Jorn 260,261 Overmyer, Susan 299 Owens, Susan 293 Owens, Timothy 190,193 Owings, Patricia 287 P Pabst, Gwen 223,295 Pai, Kenneth 144 Painter, Judith 203 Palazzo, Alfred 386 Palmer, Janice 299,386 Nelson, Donald 238 Nelson, Elizabeth 291 Nelson, Janet 385 Nelson, Jeffrey 385 Nelson Nelson, Nelson Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Jeffrey E. 385 Joanne 385 Nancy 202,288,385 Patrick 305 Susan 278,385 Wilbur 142,385 Nemirsky, Nicholas 385 Neumann, Betty 288 Newby, Candy 279 Newman, Joe 385 Newton, Jeffrey 239 Newton, Marilyn 385 Nibley, Annette 291 Nichols, Lee Ann 324 Nichols, Penelope 385 Nichols, Susan 385 Nickison, Nancy 323,385 Nieto, John 230,232 Nixon, Randy 200,288 Noel, Sophia 72 Nolan, Jere 250,310 Norberg, Gregg 385 Nordholm, Lane 385 Norfleet, John 386 Noroian, Mariam 386 Nunez, Joseph 230 O O'Bar, Kevin 386 Palmer, Ken 34 Palmer, Leslie 324 Palmer, Steve 386 Palmer, Upton 167 Palmer, Victoria 295 Palmquist, Susan 295 Palomino, Randolph 229,230 Pang, Keun-Tai 386 Panovich, Kathleen 223 Panovich, Linda 288,386 Paone, Timothy 309,386 Papac, Gail 204,205,295 Papke, Gregory 316 Pappenfus, John 317,386 Paquette, David 138 Parker, Judith 299,386 Parker, Mary 295,386 Parker, Monica 202 Parkhill, Alan 314,386 Parsons, George 316 Partin, John 277 Pasisz, John 387 Patrignani, Kathleen 387 Patronite, Janice 202 Patterson, Christine 387 Patterson, Eileen 387 Patterson, Michael 250 Pauley, Edwin 159 Pavlicek, Barbara 387 Peacock, Darlene 387 Pearson, Randal 306,387 Peasley, Doriann 387 Pederson, Kent 230 Peluso, Terry 313,387 Pelzner, Gary 178,179 Penton, Patricia 387 4 Penwell, Roy 387 Pereira, Randall 387 Perlman, Itzhak 104 Perong, Susan 387 Perry, Carol 172 Perry, Katherine 171 Perry, Thomas 387 Peters, Alexander 387 Peters, Virginia 387 Petersen, Kent 241 Petersen Linda 387 , Peterson , Peterson , Peterson, Peterson , Greg 208 Peterson, Peterson, Craig 310 Cristine 299 Douglas 387 Kathleen 187 Linda 388 Pettine, Debra 388 Pettitt Leslie 325 Pezzuto, Joseph 230 Pfarr Michael 246 Phearson Sharon 388 Phelan Westell 311 , , 9 I U I D . 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Ruby, Martha 278 Rudko, Matthew 390 Rudolph, Sharon 290,390 Rugen, Joan 390 Ruggles, Jean 202 Ruiz, Norma 390 Rundstrom, Steven 390 Runsvold, Thomas 311,391 Russell, Anne 320 Russell, Robert 391 Russo, Dennis 313 Ruthroff, Sally 294 Rutkowski, Geoffrey 78 Ryan, Robert 162 Ryan, William 303,391 S Sabre, Christine'325 Saenz, Laura 391 Saffir, David 239 St. Clair, Suzanne 295,392 Sales, Virginia 297 Samstag, Cheryl 322 Sandall, Susan 172 Sanders, Mae 309 Sanders, Norman 128 Sandoz, Carol 391 Sanford, William 316 Santaw, Sheila 391 Santos, Linda 301 Sapp, Brenda 324 Sauers, Mark 302 Saugstad, Stewart 391 Saul, Tinka 208 Savage, Ellen 391 Savage, Marshall 260,261 Schachter, Robert 242 Schaefer, Dorothy 300 Schallich, Linda 288,391 Scheer, Robert 35 Schlegel, Michael 391 Schmidt, Kay 391 Schmidt, Teresa 202 Schneider, Ann 300,391 Schneider, Chrystal 391 Schoch, John 422 Schooley, Frederick 391 Schrader, Mark 391 Schrader, Sue 324 Schreiber, Bret 391 Schuler, Catherine 294 Schulman, Garry 145 Schulz, Pamela 391 Schumacher, John 391 Schwartz, Janeice 288,391 Schwecke, Donna 300 Scobey, Janice 205,297,391 Searcy, Stanley 248,391 Seargeant, Janet 391 Sebastian, John 91 Second City 105 Secor, Willian 241 Seeger, Gary 391 Seibert, Richard 391 Sellman, Steven 192 Senn Wagemans, Charles 391 Sensendorf, Josef 391 Sexton, John 306 Sha Na Na 78,79,176 Shacter, Bob 240,245 Shade, Tim 230 Shank, Brian 234 Shapiro, Bruce 306 Shapiro, Sheila 300 Shaugnessy, Craig 248 Shaw, Carolyn 205,291 Sheehy, John 391 Sheffield, Barbara 221,177, 391 Shellman, Steve 192 Shelton, Becky 294 . , , R 7 Shelton, Roger 391 Shepard, Lawrence 391 Shepard, Margaret 391 Sheppard, Gregory 172 Sherman, Andrea 391 Shields, Cynthia 201,391 Shields, Geoffrey 277 Shields, Suzanne 293 Shimizu, Toshikazu 391 Shire, Michael 311 Shirey, Pamela 299,391 Shoji, Christine 391 Shrader, Edwin 249 Shubertians 135 Shultz, Jack 259 Shultz, Mark 230 Shumaker, Keith 240 Silva, Bruce 249 Silvera, Douglas 391 Silverman, Henry 195,197 Silvett, Larry 241 Simmons, Adele 391 Simmons, Emily 322 Simmons, Judith 287,391 Simon, Christine 320 Simon, James 305,391 Simon, Norton 159 Simon, Susan 201 Simons, Gary 230 Simons, Henrietta 299 Simpson, Andrew 329 Simpson, Deborah 288 Simpson, Margaret 392 Sims, Marsha 208 Sinclair, Joan 162 Sinding, Peter 316 Singer, Kristy 299,392 Singer, Philip 193 Sinkinson, William 248 Sippel, Sandra 299,392 Siqueido, Mary Lou 162 Sisman, Stefan 392 Sizer, Richard 392 l l 4 418 Skalnik, John 146,166 Skillman, Dianne 223 Skinner, David 349 Skinner, Gail 349 Slater, Deborah 291 Slater, Stephen 392 Slattery, Alice 320,321,392 Slemp, Deborah 295,392 Smeltzer, Ron 230 Smith, Smith, Alan 238 Cathleen 202 Smith, Cecilia 287,392 Smith, Christopher 310 Smith, Craig 313 Smith, Deborah 287 Smith Elise 325 Smith Gary 208,209 Smith Smith Smith Jacqueline 322 James 121 Kathleen 392 Smith Kevin 209 Smith Kim 241 Smith Louise 162 Smith Marc 103 Smith Marcy 291 Smith Michael 392 Smith Patricia 278,325 Smith Ralph 170 Smith Randy 255 Smith Sharon 392 Smith Stephanie 392 Smith Smith Susan 392 fterr 172 208,392 Storz, Lyn 392 Strain, John 392 Strain, Laura 201 Strange, Gail 392 Stray, Jennifer 295 Street, Thomas 392 Streit, Sally 393 Strong, Connie 324 Stroube, Elizabeth 393 Studer, Mary 393 Stulck, Stephen 393 Sturges, Mark 248 Sturr, Bette 321 Sturtevant, Shelley 171 ,223, 286,288,393 Suehiro, Steven 305,393 Sugimoto, Barbara 127 Sullivan, Patricia 393 Summer, Mitchell 393 Sundstrom, Linda 295 Sutton, Thomas 393 Suwara, Rudy 261 Swain, Brenda 324 Swartfager, Jerry 313 Swayne, Renee 393 Swayze, Ron 255 Swearingen, Carrell 250,252 Swindall, Barbara 393 Swisher, David 393 Swisher, Robert 393 Swope, Margaret 393 Y , Smith, Timothy 392 Smith, William 159 Smothers, Wayne 258 Snowden, Terrence 309 Snowdon, Philip 238,392 Snyder, Bruce 392 Snyder, Michael 392 Snyder, Wayne 256 Son, Linda 392 Sorensen, Eric 239 Sorkin, Marilyn 392 Spagnuolo, Irene 301 Spaulding, Albert 166 Spaulding, Linda 392 Spaulding,R. Barry 172 Spear, Sharon 392 Spencer, Carolyn 297 Sperberg, Richard 248 Spero, Roger 392 Spicer, Melody 293,392 Spinks, Mary Anne 392 Spita, William 310 Spitz, Robert 392 Sprankle, Judith 297,392 Sprankling, Gregory 193 Springer, Cynthia 223 Springer, Joan 291 Spruell, Kristine 191,322 Stack, William 313 Staley, Sheila 291 Standridge, John 230 Stanley, Richard 277 Stanton, Bud 255 Stark, Susan 200,301 Staschower, Judith 293,323 Stasinis, Mark 306 Steele, Robin 324 Stegman, Carol 392 Steiner, William 310 Steinmetz, Ann Marie 392 Stelzner, Sherry 197 Stempel, Gregory 306 Stensland, Mary 392 Stentz, Sturgis 392 Stephen, Jan 392 Stephens, Gregory 238 Stephens, Sally 392 Stepkowski, James 392 Stern, Ann 201 Sterns, Barbara 325 Stevens, Peter 180,310 Stevens, Richard 209,392 Steward, Eddie 233 Stewart, David 313 T Taber, Linda 393 Taboni, Joe 250 Takasaki, Yukimo 393 Talbot, Elaine 393 Tallyn, Taffy 323 Tan ke, Anita 278 Tankersley, Stanley 317,393 Tanner, Tarlow, Tatum, Taylor, Taylor, Helena 394 Kenneth 230 John 255,256,394 Diane 272 Thomas 394 Stewart, Douglas 309,392 Stewart, Randall 92 Stickler, Dianalee 392 Stienstra, Bradley 392 Stiles, Janice 208 Stillman, Roger 392 Stock, John 241 Stomberg, Marla 324 Tefertiler, Diedre 394 Terrell, Timothy 230 Tharan, Ray 240 Tharp, Nelson 394 Thatcher, Paul 230,232,233 Thiele, Barbara 394 Thomas, Daniel 247,394 Thomas, Inez 162 Thomas, Jess 72 Thompson, Deborah 288,394 Thompson, John 313,394 Thompson, Katherine 295 Thompson, Terry 394 Thomson, Cheryl 299,394 Thomson, Luana 287 Thomson, Mark 394 Thomson, Sylvia 394 Thorbrogger, Karen 394 Thorngate, Fredrick 32,52 Thorpe, Thomas 310,394 Thovlaksson, Neils 317 Tienken, John 394 Tilley, Harold 162 Tillman, Sue-Anne 297 Timmer, Donald 394 Tipton, Taryn 394 Tisdale, Jeffery 394 Titley, Lorita 321 Toby, Jeremy 394 Todd, Philip 192 Tofanelli, Lee 249 Tolf, Ruth 394 Toilette, Cynthia 203 Tomlinson, Dale 163 Tosdal, Thomas 47,171 Tracy, Scott 310 Tranbarger, Thomas 309 Trant, Jeffrey 171 Trescott, Teresa 208 Treusch, Bradford 394 Trueblood, Steven 394 Trygg, Lisa 394 Tschogl, John 240,241,242, 244 Tuch, Richard 179 II- " it ... 4.2.3. ,, Tucker, Nancy 395 Turner, Don 230 Turner, Steven 311 Tuttle, Anna 323 Tuttle, Lynda 173 Twogood, Daniel 248 U Uchida, Deborah 293 Ujdur, Toni 301 Umemoto, Kuniaki 395 Undenfvood, Albert 395 Underwood, Tim 211 Unruh, Elise 208 Uphoff, Cathy 395 Utsumi, Christine 299 V Vail, Mary 170,202,205,301, 395 Van Arkel, M. 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