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LA CUMBRE if 'W i- Q, l973 University of California, Santa Barbara Volume 53 compiled and edited by gretchen a. hewlett stephen e. suess joe t. kouach. adviser associated students, publisher T - i . 2 Table of Contents I I '1tITJSt,En:t1c,'100Qooooviootocoobbbovtoboo0000000900000 c:lIItlIrE2botooobobooobaoo000000000000 I I Fjcnlltlcxsboootooobooooovboo090900900000 I lakc:c1ci62"1ICIAooovotobicoobobohoocooooo to OO oo o Organizations .................... noooboobboooooo liz QQQQQQOOOAQQQQQ IQ2 o00ooo04o040000t5:2 ooooooobooooboo oboovbvoooaooosaiz Greeksoooeoooooooooooooooooooooooooooo S cz !StI1nouooooonootoooooouo000000 Campus Living ....... . ........... 00 0 Intramurals ....................... oo 0000ob00oOb0Q00 IIE! Obotodbbtvotobbligcs tbtbovoooooool IJ! i f5!,c,rtSo0oo0oooooooooohooobooboooobooaooooooQooooeoooi I f5E2'1'cJrsh0ohoooc00000000000000ooooobooooooooooouooonooIfgcn I'1ci6?,c000000000000000000ooo0009004Qoonoaooaooooooabbbv IE,E5 I In Memoriam ........ ......................... 204 What do you think of the University? l'm smothered. Tom Kadesh Student The administration has lost itself in its own paperwork. Peter Burley Student They don't have any men up here. Montez Kincy Student I love it because there are such nice little girls and boys here. Derry Bowles Campus Chief of Police lt's like being at the edge of a stream, you know, where the water collects and stagnates . . . but it's the environment that does that . . . Steve lVlcCray Student I feel the University has really gone to hell since Reagan has been in, but it is mellow. Erik Thorson Student gzifzyffaij Ja im V swirl QMUNJ 2115. Individuality - In Search of Self After four years of college, one begins to feel wise and knowing and somehow above the rat race that the University is forcing other 'less fortunate ones' into. But this is an illusion, a fatal trap in which the University gains its final triumph over the individual. You see, the individual begins to believe that it is possible to be free from the structure, to survive safely, away from its power and influence . . . And that is the fatal error, the last mistake allowed. The belief that we can be free of the forces that shape our lives by merely saying we are free is the first step toward rationalizing our own institutionalization . . . I am on a lonelg road And l am traveling , traveling traveling . . . Looking for something . . . What can it be? Joni Mitchell x 1 on 1, n If fl - 1 10 risrrl l 2 Q ' l F ,A 'ssvsmffwafws ' hflkfff' 1. W 5 YV i - ' 7 s--. ,J ., , rs- i l ri One must learn not to settle for anything. lt is in the settling that all traces of creativity are lost. lt is through complacency that the tenacles of the University gain their firmest hold upon the human spirit. When one ceases the effort to 'become' one gives up any chance of every 'beingf Guru hoolzs . . . The Bible Only a reminder that gou're just not good enough You need to believe in something . . . Joni Mitchell K if , 222 , ana l: 5, in Wiffx . G .:. S X People to whom sin is just a matter of words, Salvation is just words, too. William Faulkner ll M77 5 5 six gl lf 1 l X Rex I: Q 1 kbp We turn away from truth and self-lenowledye, but the reflection of the soul may offer no lies. Within it be the deepest secrets of self. We have only to look . . . rg W' it if -. -R my wx 4 Q Sf Y v 'jf' ,, pg , 'T R iii .r wh 4' f Q . :,,,, . - I1 Y .f 4.4 - ..-r-"' " i' 1 , , ,LV gh:-7.139 vp? is Q 'Nw - , N.. 9.. ' -.,,. 'For . 'I 'ith , fl.. ef- f .-5 f P' i J, fi gg. ,...':.' QQ qx. .4 53. M. ., ,, ,q'41Y1F:.- f:1r,rg:2.: .'w..,g,g3,5g5?swfil7'- -' . f . ,:'?o5iK 5 4 'fs' W ,, V,'. My You'ue got to shake your fist at lightning, You've got to roar like forest fire. You'ue got to spread your light like blazes All across the sky. They're going to aim their hoses on you, Show them you won't expire. Not till you burn up every passion, Not even when you die. lf you're feeling contempt, Well, then tell it. lf you're tired of the silent night, Jesus, well, then yell it! Joni Mitchell 'S illllnnpq R. ix "' Q Culture? We're manufacturing it. Theodore Hatlen . Professor of Drama Culturally l think this place is too much together Everyone's from the same social background. l feel like l'm in Suburbia. Gwen Kulander Student Nlost of the students seem to be fairly apathetic, especially about contemporary trends. Marilyn Ereshefsky Student We don't have much esprit de corps here. ln a certain sense, culture comes from a certain morale you have. . .a feeling. lt isn't something that comes out of the blue. William Alexander Lecturer in History culture . . . An Evening With Ionesco 'Jack . . . or the Submission' and 'Chairs' November IO Aesop's Falables December 2 The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds November 7 l"X 41 F ' u f . 3- School for Scandal February 26 V 1 X X QA -IQ Tartuffe February 28 Cosi Fan Tutte January I2 J 1.5 . Q L 1 N--. I I i National Theatre of the Deaf 'Gilgamesh' February 23 . Q ., 5 ' ' Q' 'F a Q' : Q 5' :J ' " GA 6' g.fsg 'gt 1 rx .ix Q Hx f L " qt? f L' rigs! wry- lg -, us, FIA --,e xi, - ,- ,uj , fx , J. ,,, Qi- -:TWA Lf, ff .11 a if , Q 2 4 . 'g .: D I " A ff. 1 5 ul , :v gn. Q A "L ' QLL.- 4 ' 52, ,., Q ac 'fl ' , K fix. JL! J su'-,B I Lv 'Q-, K' galxtm ,- x- 1 ' Abi- .iff -4if'.+H A " - A '-'if' ff' -. ' ' if? , 5 79.1 asf, Ql- S'-2' T . A " 631' A fifel 'ff ' X 'Q Nl" Q , R M Q, it 5 Q" fs M ff A re 'fad :KX "-I Q .,.Vi rg: 1 us, Q VF' Us , nw, ., .i e -X, f. eeee e E E UCSB Symphony Orchestra December 4 5 n I UCSB Jazz Ensemble February 22 f 1 x Ll Q is 2 Q., , X , Q ' 'V x ,X nl '.- s J' nffigxwf, Se' A H i 4 5, x A ' J 2 .- ' v ' ,fm ,M ,'67f'1,S1"" . . , . H PS 'Q mfg Hot Tuna November II AE: . 1 1.1 ,g,,5',ptf:gf. Q?iiAiiW ' ' A wwf John Mayall 'October SO 1 A Kris Kristofferson Rita Coolidge November I8 Bobby Hutcherson November I6 4 22 .QNX be 4 .gm 'L K V Q' ' iv, E i o A ,ig'3'i1 Ti' W r Q,,, S 1 if, ' ,. n 3 v 1 lx ' F7 .4 3 W.. .J Q 5 .Je 4 7 1 , 5 o Mark f Almond February 20 v 'avi 49-' -we J? -vq 'fx up 'V ,ff 5. I . 1 i 'K J 1 JL, 'W . ,fy , , A NMA wan M" uf S f V x V r ul ,xg I 1 r"+' gl Little Emo 8 Co. 'Stars Are Coming February IO .. ., 11 U. ,. - - 94- . 4, A ,Y 1127 S :bf :f'fz1'N'f?-:fl 'V 1' 'S .fs 'V - 'K , w N fp' ,Y 5. Q Q JA- .3 ' ,Ja A '- ' , ' " - ' J 5 aft nag , ' ug " 11 . Market Day x 73-1 I sn. i ' ...fi ' - , 1 . 1 ' 'v ,f . , , . I .hx V , 1 n I I f ' - 4 , - 1x rr I f . A 1 17 1 fi'f'i eu-111.7 ,- H K - . ff- . jf, " T. . .-,y ' :r -.'T:jE3f12'i-'--EJ? e, ., 's.!'.55if. 4 'k1'?':i2-Qs...ig:'gmm'is3:5355-:ifw"J',:1irffg-.32 , , ew , .. ,fm N 4 f5Q4f'v"'ff1i Sf' .ai- Q C f 'f'f-W yr' f , ' .,J4-Wivgse 4X4i5f1lIf5""'J,,-I"l?q T-21,5-0su'1Z-41:-.::? .1 V+- wifxh -fs' , ., ig? pl ,551 ig- HQ: 1 N , AEN My " Wm s E' ' '1'5d-fpqg ' F".11.f"'5-W5 r-5 V ,n ,gj'1 1-' fx , , , , . . M. . .NM 3 953, fi ff ,f 'X , -,-. .-L MT' ag, 1 mm People haven't come to the realization of the importance of local politics. I don't think an individual can do anything on the national level. Abby Haight Student I don't wa nt to talk about it. Anonymous The political consciousness of this campus is based on cynicism and alienation. We've become alienated from all forms of political structures and in turn cynical toward the Movement. John Grant ASU CS B President politics . . Campaign '72 1 ' 21lu,w:z J .makwwv-v A 1 X fa ,N 5 is if 1 'K P? L1 K 5? . W 2: 21 - W L WML . X , 'ii' ,s,: X, .f Lp, wx N, lf? Eff, gf' emi zu. ,9.. M, Isla Vista America Nixon 936 i12.8CX:7 45,775,180 462W McGovern 6,378 f87.2'X:D 28,358,846 137W . Four More Years. . f 'L .. 1, . , 9 A5 Q..-... Q-,. ,.,., A 1 ' L "N, . w zu, vnu-an tangy, :.n rum: 1-vu, cn. 1 mix 1.15-'azz-I-.271 Nfl. un. 'augur mv-1., 10. N., -x... r., u.p.f1b 211 rn-xml Isla Vista California Yes No Yes No 19 6,251 659 2,698,721 5,363,438 20 7,062 371 4,312,133 3,511,780 I 22 379 6,559 3,290,649 4,554,380 Cesar Chavez November I Jane Fonda George Smith November I3 A' -P3 ' J 5 ul'-Q 1: VE -ig QL? ff W fgrkz i f " fp. 4. fgmilgg.-gr, , ,,,, , , i, X. wfiw -- 4 or ' f r . ' 'U r ' 4 nf :SWL if 15" 5' " Q ' M7 4 J , 0 ' 1 'ti :V . Ted Kennedy October 28 Edmund G. Brown October I6 Terry McGovern November I Pete McCloskey February 2I Paul Ehrlich January 29 fi' -2 . I William O. Douglas February I3 Ramsey Clark November I6 Sisterhood ls Powerful The Isla Vista Women's Center is a collectively operated establishment founded to help women learn more about themselves and in turn help other women so that all might become aware of their own potentials. Each quarter, classes were offered to women in the community, among them, auto and bicycle mechanics, as well as carpentry. Self awareness groups ldesigned for consciousness raisingl, Gay women's groups, and both art and literary groups, as well as a health collective ldivided in two parts, rape control and self help lthe latter designed to educate women about their bodily functionsl were run by members of the center. Within the building, interested persons found a Iibrarylreading room containing information pertinent to women and, if necessary, a place to stay for women travelers or those with need of a new temporary environment. The Isla Vista Women's Center took specific steps towards integration into the community. Members tried Ithrough local high schools, SBCC, and UCSBl to help establish women's studies with discussions being lead within classes and smaller interested groups by women from the Center. In an effort to move beyond mere tokenism and equality, the women of IV Women's Center offer a space to grow and think and experience each other so that true liberation not only as women, but as people may be achieved. .f f I 5, I ,LL AL Remember the dignity of your womanhood. Do not appeal, do not beg, do not gravel. Take courage, join hands, stand beside us, fight with us. Christable Pankhurst Reflections upon past experiences are always difficult: senses of accomplishment or failure color one's analysis, depending upon the situations and events we have most recently faced. There is, however, a certain distinction. if you will, that must be granted to those who have involved themselves le.g. in A.S. Governmentl and have sought to actualize humanist goals. It is through our altruism that we have refused to become "institutionally passive" and merely "beasts of burden" driven through University gates. There have been times when we in Leg Council, on A.S. boards, or wherever, have realized and worked toward building "community." We have all faced much anguish and hostility as we have proceeded, but this is neces- sary. One of my closest brothers related to me a passage from Sartre which, perhaps more than anything else, has sustained me this past year. The essence of his message was this: ' "There is no reality except in action. Man exists only to the extent that he fulfills himself. lt is only by pursuing transcendent goals-that he is able to exist .... This goal of humanism . . . reminds man that there is no lawmaker other than himself." Jean-Paul Sartre Concomitant with this existential optimum there has been a political reality that one faces, which is the source of interminable alienation and cynicism. The experiences of this past year developed and accentuated this feeling. Once again, l refer to a man who, expresses the loneliness we felt this year as we expected "lke" to become a household word: "There must be some way out of here, Said the Joker to the Thief. There's too much confusion. l can't get no relief No reason to get excited, The Thief he kindly spoke. They're many among us. Who feel that life is but a joke. But you and I we've been through that, And this is not our fate. So let us not talk falsely now, The hour is getting late. Outside in the distance. A wildcat did growl. Two riders were approaching. The wind began to howl." Robert Zimmerman Associated Students Government rides like a roller coaster somewhere on the tram between Existential Humanism and the Joker and the Thief. John Grant ASUCSB President ' Q' 9 Participatory an Democracy Jim Curnutt labove oppositel, A.S. Concerts Chairman, displays pleasure at the thought of the possibility of another money-making concert. John Grant lbelow oppositel, A.S. President, chats in the A.S. Office. Mike Houlemard labove leftl attempts to make a point during a Leg Council meeting, while Mike Freed lbackgroundl, A.S. Administrative Vice-President finds interest elsewhere. Richard Hernandez lleftl, A.S. Finance Board Chairman, diverts his interest by munching an ice cream cone. Carolyn Gray labovel, A.S. Secretary, pauses from her busy job to pose for photographers. All are integral parts of the A.S. machinery. -J' P: f O -s-.- . - :ilu 'an-,.. J ,uf .iffy NTS? : ak if sa Q mf. .. Z' , . 4 . , -V iw? gm N 57 ZFQQ pgfmmiwg Governor Ronald Reagan 1 up l' X C X lx ,. ,A 4 . . Q k 715' . . ,gf V .- SAY -.T .i ,ki 1 , ' I b . - .., l . ' ' 1 ' v 1 X' 4 . . ' , , ...V ' -nd ' Fail. - Y ,QI '71 , , Y .iv , 5 I- - 1 .. I I , , . ww :Iv u Q Z. ,ff 'QA , ,, ' ' 5- -. ze ya " ,, ' I"lgQ"'Q A V LH A 1 A 357' X is 'Hey , I A Chancellor Vernon l. Cheadle g',A' nn- ni -4'g f . as NL . E Y fTl-3255, 1' 5 ,.-, may Q,- l .:. ,, Q QA ,' f 4.J"? A..,A. M , .LU,.L.,fLD,fLU,,,A.. m,i5im.fM , , 9 K: If EF? . L -6 - 1.:-,,v-f-- ,!....g.f,! T'-'LAL-.M .. 1:-5 . f hs, ' . -aim il! Where it all happens . . . The Administration Building wha waste Jdme on lluVll4lf:S? 60 straight tn JQneE51g,Banana.V ' The ChanCellOl"5 Owghm phone number 16 96,1-2231. ' " 'l' wu- i -n -- 1 - '11 You criticize and you flatter You imitate the best And the rest you memorize. Joni Mitchell Academically, one feels very isolated at UCSB. Carroll Pursell Associate Professor in History lt,'9'Aa really nice environment to be in, but as far as going to school, it's for the -birds. Russ Lewin Student This school has lots of potential, lt's got a very curious, somewhat imaginative, and a somewhat basically intelligent student body. It has a lot of international known faculty members, but most of the changes instituted in the last four years have been negative ones. They haven't only occurred here. . .most campuses are feeling them. lt's sort of a post- VietNam culture. The withdrawal symtoms. William Alexander Lecturer in History academia . . 3-!g'm'm1 1111 Ill! 1111 JI! M 1133151 1111 1511 IEW!! l!!!Wl IEESWI l!i!!!!l l!!Q!r!l Ulmfu Education Exploration and Creativity TL American Popular Culture American Popular Cultural History was designed to utilize documents historians have long ignored. We believe a study of motion pictures, popular music, radio. television and popular literature provides great insight into the ideas, attitudes, and values of the American people. Entertainment both reflects and influences individual thought and lifestyle and thus contributes to the collective mood or spirit of a particular era. Entertainment trends frequently mirror major historical developments and popular cultural personalities often articulate the central concerns of American society. Examination of gangster films in the early thirties, for instance, can yield considerable knowledge of the intellectual preoccupations of depression America. A study of television genres such as the western, the family situation comedy and the law and order show helps illuminate the American mind during the Cold War atmosphere of the late forties and fifties. The lyrics of Bob Dylan offer eloquent expressions of the social protest sentiment of the early sixties. The emergence of a 'counter culture' mentality in the late sixties can be illustrated by analyzing the influence of popular music and musicians on American thought. Popular culture is a part of our collective experience and must be studied as a legitimate aspect of American history. We hope the creation of American Popular Cultural History will encourage scholarly interest in popular culture and help stimulate similar courses at other colleges and universities. James Joslyn John Pendleton H, U5 V M ..,, E l l didn't learn anything l didn 't already know. Henry Silverman Student l thought the course was great, especially for non-majors. Usually departments are so snobby to those people who aren't majors and do their best to come across as being extremely high-brow and intellectual. There was little pretense in this class. l could tell they were afraid that the students would take the thing too lightly, but they didn't over intellectualize to the point of boredom. l thought it was great! Michael Wonderlane Student I ' N 1 dung Q ff 1 -,,, 3 inn. . ' 1 A X Jim Jocelyn and John Pendleton labove opposite! originators and teaching assistants for American Popular Cultural History are seen preparing class notes. Dr. Roderick Nash labovel is the teacher under whom the course was directed. American Popular Cultural History traces the popular culture from the late 1800's until the present day, examining such vestiges of celluloid as Laurel and Hardy lbelow oppositel, Groucho Marx labave leftl, and Humphrey Bogart lbelow leftl. f.-, 1 iw .ly 1 . I ,s I 1 V -uw , , v 1 4 -WL--1. 1 533: ge , ,gf U 4 WW, , - :': 1' 3-r ' .T TM M.. A . Qi-r " r wwmvw , 2. , 4. . J-T , 'P f rw x 'iff I L 1' 1 '-...fb Swandefs Shakespeare ln the English and Drama departments we have failed to ask how to educate those of us who are going to participate in the theatre by watching the plays. Students are treated either as actors or as readers: they are seldom treated as potential members of a theatrical audience. ln my classes, my students and l have decided that we do not want any longer to study plays as if they were novels or narrative poems. We are searching for classroom strategies that will elevate the teaching of dramatic literature to the full independence as a discipline that it deserves. This has involved us in a whole range of new activities: Renaissance dance, for example, in order to understand the way in which particular dances serve the idea of such a play as As You Like lt: and acting out brief scenes in order to understand what happens to the meaning of the script when one suits, as Hamlet says, "the action to the word." We are exploring not only individual plays but also the fundamental nature of drama, and we have discovered that in order to do so we must work together as a community. This makes it a fairly radical activity: we even get to know and to like one another. As an English major, Dr. Swander's class made me enjoy Shakespeare more. One gets a better feeling for Shakespeare and what he wanted when he was writing his plays. Also, one gets into the mood of the Renaissance. He did some acting in class, which gives the ordinary reader a more closes feeling to what's happening in the plays. lt's not an easy class by any means. l put more work into his class than into any other class l had, but it was worth it,' he puts more time into his classes than other teachers do. Cyndy Brunolli Student Swander's innovative method of teaching takes the cobwebs and intellectual stigmatisms away from Shakespeare leaving the true Shakespeare to came through. Ricardo Freeman Student X ' 6.2. .G 1, ' ' H f T ' 3 . fm, . . f Our Mentors M ni um' nm, lil HI ill? SHI ihzmw 1' xwygw -I A wi' Q -'21 'w fx J 4 " ,. ..- . H x, I f x ' 1 qt Hill' K QQ n A, K 'M 'N Q No matter what shape you're in, there's always a place for you. Ethel Eppes Student Organized? Who wants to be organized? Cathy Kooper Student Right novv there are more student groups on campus than there have been in many years. It's a great way for people with like interests to get together. ' Joan Reetz Assistant Dean of Student Activities organizations . . ' .... V , Honeybears Honeybears, a UCSB service organization with membership open to women and men alike, had a busy year lending assistance to university and community functions. Early in the year they helped with the A.S. Blood Drive, putting up posters, serving doughnuts and coffee in the canteen, and some even donating blood. Throughout the school term, members distributed posters for the Athletics Department announcing events. sold programs at games. and held post- game receptions for the players, their families and friends. Sunday afternoon campus tours were given weekly, as well as special guided tram tours on University Day. Further, several members aided in a beach clean-up which warranted Isla Vista and the campus cleaner beaches. is. Q'-ft. W g, Pi' 'H' QE Kx n..,.--. xx 'X Honeybears-FRONT ROW: Stephanie Brown, Nancy 'Turtle' Tarantino, Vicki Von Rick Perea. Wyn Leenhouts.Jean Kridl. Bergen. Colette Clark. SECOND ROW: Chris Cornale, Donna Bowrin, Idell Hunter. YI" I' w'-wir ' I U . .. .3 ., W' .lil- I' , Au INS: Wm ,,., Q! 14' 1. QL. wwe? U IW W mln Ili!!! "Nl liilllillilll 'Hllfllllll if-gg Honeybears Vicki Von Bergen and Stephanie Brown labove oppositel discuss plans for a tram tour on University Day, while ldell John ileftl tells visitors about the facilities of the Administration Building. Honeybears served as the official hosts and hostesses for the University on University Day. , amiiaasv , ..,., ' 1 ff eip an , l FEI? lf , ,,.?::?::'f ff- Ji. 'flag imp? at gf? V , , -.QM O fha " , .- ' ' ,ff nffJ'1l?Q'--e --Q 4. -' -' 'Q-'fx' 5 " -' WEE' Q. Q. , :.' .-:fig N W' iw'-14' '- .iw 'fri 'ij 1' -'-r,,f.V,f-1 , - v,-...l, ,4-6.4 , ,-g ,J ,. A vu., ' , ' V twmy. -. ,l5.i-vw.f'f,i-.... Y-"ff A ., .,., ,,,,,, , -"W H . fl . .,,,. -inn ga- ,. ...Q 'l- - N ,, ,,.Mwuf--"' V .- lf ... - P' . li . 'iff'-.fn-ll - -ge., eezwlzhis 1-a---1:2 T 2- L-rv , Q -- , f' ' In ,? ee W - . l L' A lv. . ' --- , -f"""- '- - 1 .... ,xii -Y . ,5 """""E?ii1.-. - M f' ,.n-,-4- If-""" . ""N1"' Affig ""fs' fr'-rarf A- - :-f' 'aj . . - at ---in ggi..- Vai -'84 6 , 57.4113 . N rf-.cyl-Q . :L . 5 UCSB Surf Team R R T O D ll t . it T l T T . T T it - , D :M-..,-,-f .-,hmmm , k . - .. .Q , , . . .A Surf Team-FRONT ROW: Dave Johnson. Clare Lindsay, Mike Vallee, Kathy Brock, Patti Taylor, Jim Lovitt. THIRD ROW: Wendy Brewer. Burt Fleming, Bill King. Mark Bill Kendall, Ted Uyeno, Pamela Kendall, Grace Full. SECOND ROW: Kathy Meade. Hixon, Jim Cartland, Paul Gillane, David Nakashima, Brett Enders. 115 Italian Club-FRONT ROW: Laura Travis, Toni Shattuck, Linda Murphy. Karyn Posella. Kathy Brideau. Tony Hewes. SECOND ROW: Vincenzo De Nardo, Sarah Fleming, Sara Parker, Mary Dekker. Patrizio Rossi, .:, ,A 7, n. -J"' riff V' Hill Phl Epsilon Marsha Sums Jan Whlteley Christine Mullens Marilyn Lord Nancy Hewltson, Kay Sanderson, Beth Angeles, Karyn Posella. Chinese Students Association Presents China ight The Lion Dance labovei is performed for the China Night audience by the San Luis Obispo based Catlay Lion Dance Team. Pik-Lin Chan performs a Mongolian dance, labove rightl, while Amelia Chow lbelow rightl executes a pipa solo. Pik-Lin Chan demonstrates the Cheng, a Chinese stringed instrument, labove oppositel, while Johnny Young lbelow opposite! demonstrates Kung-Fu. ,w 1 Nw rf' I' gc x'l'E5?,Xx QM W lx f mm W iC'1""v'i fri-"5?vnW" L 1 www? ,I 'wx S SK 7 N A' Quin ' N N 1' 9 11 9 s Q f n f S N jfifl v 1 Q s ,fflll 'll 2 1 M1 f , J , , I f Q ff 1, I I 1 4 1 f 1 Z 16" f M. .I A' an if Q N' 1 .1 ,- a- 3 I 1 A CX' 0 1. 1,11 'I 1' K' is 0 af If fun!!! If " wr i 1111 ffllff ,, 1,111 """' ' ' 1 uf" flllll 83 Community Affairs Board Students, through Community Affairs Board, continued to do volunteer work in schools and in various special projects in Goleta, Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, and Lompoc. These students were involved in their classes and other outside activities, as well as finding time to work in the non-University community. CAB activities involved kids of all ages and all backgrounds. Tutors worked with children with various learning problems as well as acting as Big Sisters or Brothers. Other projects included working with senior citizens. kids on probation or in foster homes, prison inmates. Boy Scouts, Brownies, and the handicapped. While CAB worked to benefit people outside of the University, it also helped fulfill needs of the student volunteers. This year we worked with experimental education. In this way, the student's University experience is enriched, while simultaneously the quality of our service is upgraded through constant evaluation. During the coming year, we will concentrate on strengthening our ties with the faculty and expanding our evaluative academic activities. We will continue to work towards fulfilling community requests as well as looking into new areas of involvement. 1 VTX E. Tiff .Y f fs' .Ag y :ws 5 fa x :SV Xml it 1-5 , N . l, A Atta X A I A71-iff' 'K 49 V N A gf . Q JL L wx-' " -' ' ,- ssl!! i 1'-,g 1 43, 223,-Y , - at--L Y '32-5. Q I fl ' Tx' Ji: we .L,LL"'1?, , 1 - - . '?P3f,f-.' L. ' CHR sae f -.1 1: I. Student participants lleftl plan programs in the CAB office, while Pat Dahlgren, CAB Coordinator labove oppositel speaks with other CAB members. Two CAB members demonstrate games to a Brownie troup at Lincoln Elementary school labovel. Children and Big Sisters alike wash their hands at the beach picnic sponsored for Franklin school kids. Drama students lbelow opposite! are given tips on their lines by a CAB director. ,..,...v-' 1 Daily Nexus Michael "Carrot Top" Gordon lrightl, Editor-in-Chief, assumes a characteristic simian pose, while contemplating the plight of the clarion of the tri-counties, The Daily Nexus. Henry Silverman labove rightl, Managing Editor, practices looks of righteous indignation during ruling clique "bull session," while Steve Belton fbackgraundl former Arts Editor, stonily contemplates his controversial axing. Belton labove oppositel, takes time out to demonstrate to photographers what Katy Winters has known for some time. emi an S23 u-.r--..-- mu new wqq rr... Nexus Staff-FRONT ROW lseated on floorl: Melinda Finn, Photographer, Neil Moran, Photographer, Henry Berg, Staffwriter, Jill Harris, Staffwriter, Skip Rimer, Staffwriter. SECOND ROW: Fred Neiderman. Book Reviewer, Tom Crear. Campus News Editor. Larry Padway, Staffwriter. IHIRD ROW iseated on desksl: Carol Mock, Staffwriter. Jeff Ellis, Reporter, Mike "CIancy" Gordon, Editor-in-Chief, Dan Hentschke, Staffwriter, Jim Clarke. Sports Editor, Judy Bain, Photographer, Henry Silverman. Managing Editor, Alan Savenor, Photo Editor, Anne Sutherland. Staffwriter. FOURTH ROW istandingl: Abby Haight, Isla Vista News Editor. Jon Heiner, State and County News Editor, Scott Larson, Staffwriter, Michelle Blansfield, Bert Nixon. Arts Editor, Dave Carlson, News Editor. Nancy Losh. Copyreader. KCSB-FM v I Dir 5---J X Y' -. WFS-Sf' - X .,L.-' ,. . ,Q R V -- -. gl ,. ,., U i U, X ,f ffl f- P 'Tuf- ,,.,. hw Vi"'7'iQ5E3Q 1 L 1z:f2' f ' ,gg12::i5,'TW 'U-7 - , -- f . , - - ,,, 7:1 -"2-ciyffiz - - ' ' .4 """'-r,. l -'4 ., "-mg. P13 :fm--'.:"' , ' ""-la fs.. " Lf-.Zifg ' - ,, - it' -7. Ar., '-- -X M, -fam L... - ."' ...SMH ,ii Wi: -4.- V QT Q J Q A::: Egigsgs,s.ff. Eg if ' iw J. .,.-. :AD z -if fymy , 45? ' WSH vu '55-xi' . 9,,Fr4ff- it , 1 K-il Y r 5 ' if R. ,CQ E , ,. Ji-33,1 X 5.-J.: I n. .f-' ,L , -1, ,-"' ' 2 ,Aj ' .J 1 w. .Xw-.. . 2 , 'J' .-,gCf,:TTf,Q 1 z .--if 14 f ig, A I L xy. : 45...-' ' -fig, , --.......,,,Sh Donna Beck labove oppositel, news reporter, instructs an underling in non-sexist methods of news commentating. Work- study secretary Talmadge Emerson, as part of his daily work, fills out a chart of office hours of prominent KCSB-FM staff members. Award-winning newscaster and director Mike Sugarman lleftl is seen cuing up a record and labove leftl, demonstrating his persuasive abilities which won him notoriety on a national game show. He is flanked by his sidekick Jeff Ellis and Dating Game Groupie Mimi Snooks, Station General Manager Steve McCray labovel is seen stuffing pertinent information about the upcoming baseball playoffs in staff members' mailboxes. V., ' You may think that fraternities are places for horny, rowdy guys. Well, we are that, but We're also looking for good times, friendship and honest relationships. lt's pretty obvious that we've found those things here, too. Anonymous Fraternity Member The administration thinks- We're the 'promise of the future: the faculty thinks We're uninterested in an education: the average student thinks sororities are bastions of virginity and fraternities are immature jocks. Greeks are dumped on all around. We're really involved individuals, concerned about our futures. i Anonymous Greeks Greeks? Who needs them??? They're weird people who party a lot. Ac- tually not too different from your normal Isla Vista student. They're organi- zed is all. . . Debbie Talman Ex-G reek greeks r. . . Panhellenic Council We are a unified body composed of all the sororities working in a warmth of friendship and a spirit of enthusiasm - sharing the goal of letting all the Greeks be sincerely known and liked by those unsure of whom we really are. - Pam F 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ill ii I 1 I3 I0 'l 9 7 I :L 3 Ll . Pamela Clark President 8. Molly Newlon .Sue Anderson Vice-President 9. Sherry Skinner . Becky Shelton Rush Chairwoman 10. Chris Harper .Mary Riordon Treasurer 11.Judy Reid .Susan Humphrey Secretary 12. Ouenby Morrow Gin i Englehart Delegate 13. Pam Brown - 9 . Laurie Sapp Delegate 14, Barbara Deutsch 6' Delegate Delegate Delegate Delegate Delegate Delegate Advisor .. ' QA , v .X ' vi7'2r dt, at 4 3-2 I eggs . IK 0 04413.50 4 . xc .B izi. s.. .1 y ' O f 'm Sllll lille, llllfll .tl Nl OlllVlAI l UN 1-'Xi Rl GlHlRlX 1 D " lnterfraternity Council 1. Lance deGooyer President 6. Joe Hannan House Representative 2. Mark Schubert Secretary 7. Alan Stein Treasurer 3. Greg Larkins Financial Chairman 8. Tonny Torres HOUSE Representative 4. Joe Gutierrez Vice-President 9. Karl Borgstrom Advisor 5. Denny Egan Vice-President "Ever tried living with thirty other guys? It's crazy it's insane, but you learn one hell of a lot about getting along with people. It's too bad that more people can't shake off stereotyped prejudices and realize just what fraternity life can offer. Lance deGooyer AX!! Alpha Chi Omega A year in the life of- Fall rush - psych up - throw up - Pooh - 13 all stars - kidnap breakfasts - ditches - initiations for Spring 72 - firedrills - jello - 21'ers - happy hour - Duck - founders day luncheon - All My Children - Cindy's beaver - Big Lyre initiation - T.G.'s - Gaviota party - R.F.'s Jacci's alligator - peds - zero - Carrow's at Midnight - King Kafka - Taco Bell, how we love thy name - birthday parties - H.H.H., now open for business - candlelights - Waterfall in the dining room, Rosie? - Love Story in the t.v. room - Xmas party - blood drive - Hillside House - Aspen - Tahoe - new cook - new wallpaper - new roommates - Dad's weekend - initiation for Fall '72 - cottage cheese - toilet paper - elections - drinking fountains that work - Garlockovitch - Gayle and the broken tile - coed football - Laurie, where were you when your room - mate needed you? - formal - retreat - 24 hour visit - scholarship dinner - Tuesday Thursday syndrome - Hawaii!! w 9' '- 1 7. 57 if ,,,Jh, .S wig, A-2, f A w, U C R25 , 1 2 3 if o 'gf 6 2 3. Kathy Perkins 14. 15. Jackie Smith . Chris Laun . Carmen La Gory Rosie Yuranovich Davia Gallup .Janet Fiedler .Jan Leonards Bonnie Kafka . Cindy Quinn . Sandy Denhart Linda Higgenbottom . Sharon Venatta Jackie Ruiz 16. Andrea Griffin Bonnie Stewart Laurie Campbell Karen Mayers Nancy Hesch Margaret Streed .Joanne Seargeant Dianne Jacques Shari Burow Laurie Winthrop Beth Knorr Karen Pappenfus Nancy Jancar . Marsha Huddleson 30. Nancy Smith Barb Baldwin 32. Linda Grauberger This year's Dad's weekend iabovel included three days of sports, games, and after dinner get acquainted talks. Song and skit night with dads and daughters ffar righti proved the highpoint of I IJ! In W., tu: 'II the event. 7 ll l I zo "' 1'- zll 2. Z5 37 73' Z 30 34 aa. Judy Staschower 9. Pam Hoyt Flonni Staschower Linda Mitchell Cindy Macha Robin Campbell Andee Vogel Debbie Baldwin Stephanie Cetti 10. Liz Carter 11. Shirley Tacoma Missing 12. Linda Zerman 13. Gayle Hussey 14. Carol Torcia 15. Carol Griffin 16. Tricie Morasch AXA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18. 19. 20 21 22. 23 4944 'I' , 'ill 5' Lambda cm Alpha ll . ill ,Jack Meyer . Russ Puryear . Steve Campbell . Steve Bellefeuille . Flick Miller . Mike Blackmer . Steve Pfarr Larry Hold . Rick Lyding Bill Bradshaw . Russ 'Mercury' Campaign Rich Ferreira Bud 'Dyn' Stanton Hank 'Dyn' Oltmann . Steve Le Roy Bob Piercy Fergus Thornton Jeff Grinnell Greg Larkins Dan Downey Mike Patterson John Leimbach Mike Holzer 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 . Phil Erbez . Mae Sanders . Don Gordon . Scott Beseda . Robert Dingler . Bob 'Dyn' Doyle . Laury Smith . Tom Gaye . Randy Rowse Not Pictured 33. Jim 'Dyn' Cesare 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 . Andy Cesare , Dave Kuehn , Lee Allen . Bill Briggs . Greg Kapphahn . Mike Moseby . Paul Weinburger . Jack White .Jim Mitchell .Julius Aquino . Doug Potter 45. Scott Redovich . x-t-1, X. ill ' . .2 5 Y W "' . - a. -Q gs -- 4, Qflfh.. , f I L, la. -659+ f.-. V ' R l . ' . .W 1 Lii?l25lfi2ifaar,a M '. 31, .411 'AA ll I Cf ' fa' - ff-Vf. - .ts be L M w Y ,sv-1,55 Z . . as f 1-"""'? 14 "1-' . . - , .Q I' -s 1 A9 D -,gn 'V . aa X, A. -v I. , P.. Q 'ul There is a certain intangible quality essential to the successful operation of any fraternity. That quality is PRIDE. The brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha feel that we have this quality and display it openly in all our activities whether in intramurals, at rush, or on campus. This sense of pride, coupled with an ever-growing friendship among the brothers, exemplifies Lambda Chi, and makes all the little things that are fun and laughable and perhaps even stupid. memories that we will cherish and remember in the years to come. U Jill xifvlf. 1. Greg Kappahn 8. Gary Barber 15. Rich Ferreira 2. Hank Oltman 9. Dan Downey 16. Russ Puryear 3. Andy Cesare 10. Scott Radovich 17. Greg Larkins 4. Dave Kuehn 11. Tom Gaye 18. Bill Wiede 5. Jim Aquino 12. JerryJones 19. Steve Campbell 6. Lee Allen 13. Laury Smith 20. Rick Lyding 7. Bud Stanton 14. Bob Doyle 21. Jim Cesare l The Lambda Chi volleyball court offers a place for weekend games and budding Olympic prospects lfar leftl to test the sand. The Crescents, Lambda Chi Little Sisters, continues to be one of the strongest and definitely most popular of ongoing house functions. AAU Alpha Delta Pi "You're in a sorority! Why?" We, as ADPi's feel that a college education is more than just 180 units of in class learning. lt is an opportunity to meet and live with a wide variety of individuals who believe that communal-type living is a stimulating alternative to Isla Vista apartment living. Terri Schneider Ouenby Morrow Janie Butler Francie Allred Barbara Levy Joan Wilson Karen Mc Cart Joan Silver Janet Skinner Jennifer Jackson Karen Frame Leslie Pospisil Patti Harris Gail Pospisil Elsa Allred Laura Strain Lynn Bishop Molly Frankfurter Judy Reid 20. MarleneJensen 21. Dana Giles 22. Carla Christensen 23. Pat Bauman 24. Kathy Panovich 25. Patti Carlson 26. Chris Coolidge 27. Chris Brown 28. Andrea Schwartz 29. Cathy Wictorin 30. Marilyn Reid 31. Debbie Simpson 32. Angela Viviano 33. Gail Rogal MISSING: 1. Betty Neumann 2. Pam Clark 3. Nanette Hudson 4. Kedra Gluck WW 0 I 2. a ff 3. ZZ '55 fi' 25' 29 Z! 2 ' X 3' Il Z7 N Q-l 2' N WI 'il 1, 7 E3 Q 'O H 4 I3 CDK Phi Sigma Kappa Diversity, individuality, yet fraternity 'il A J .. we 5 . iii Ballard Bare Doug Blois Eric Snyder Scott VanBuskirk Dan McGuire Gary Brashear Tony Moreno Q 9 23. 24. 25. Derrold Busse Bill Yankie Tom Putnam 26. Jim Evans 27. Jim Jaworski 28. Jeff Newton 29. Jim Pasternak Bill Ready 30. Larry Jordan Bob 0'HoIIaren 31. Joe Gutierez Glenn Martin 32. Steve Neil Vem RVe 33. Howard Hoffman Todd Defi not shown Terry Robinson 1. Jeff Anderson Craig PBIGYSOH 2. Tom Borgeson Carlos Moreno 3. Kurt Bottoms Gene Aalseth 4, Ron Buck Don Jenks 5. Mike Bussi Roger Postolka 6. Israel Del Pino Tony Torres 7. James Forman Rigo Banuelos 8. Bob Gin Mark Laborde 9, Sam Gingold Doug Hughes 10. Larry Prager lLeft to right! Jorge Fulco, Walt Low. Mick McDiarmind. Jim Gazdecki, Mark Hayes and Mike Fahy. pha Phi: Wh ACD Alpha Phi ere the action is! Lynn Boulton Lynn Keefer Karen Norris Mary Riordan Ginger Stannard Joan Springer Carol Eldridge Jan Nelson Margaret Thielemeir Judy Kahn Pat Watanabe Jeanne Shiach Mrs. Mae Sheriff Karen Jensen Marcy Smith Kathy Hogaboom Debbie Slater Barbara Miller Barbara Hassebrock Phyllis Farrington Suzette Hall Terry Knopke ANN Julie Johnson Pam Thurston Marlene Weissman Sue Crinklaw Terry Shaw Barbara Cave Jody Ghitterman Suzanne Kirst Bonnie Leland Martha Maggetti Debbie Johnson Jill Flosenkrantz Ginny Moore Vicki Colgate Gingie Englehart Sue Buckley Cindy Andrews Cathy Findley Lissa Thomas Amy Fugit Katy 0'Connor Debbie Olson CD C9 Phi Delta Theta "We'lI try anything once, we're easy." 'fn i " F ll l A I 1 . . Q. , , , g , . ., fr , 1 Q' f...,..,..mff--- Y? ' l l -- X I K l l.. 1 will Brad Channing AI Russo - Jim Knell Doug Bauer Gary Martinich Roger Swartfager John Adkins Ed Lang Kiwi Anoba Craig Bowen Jim Borg Steve Albers 13. Bruce Hahn 14. Mark Sturges 15. Tab Cuddyre 16. Skip Bacon 17, Jerry Swartfager 18, Tom Powell 19. Ron Stout 20. Brady Lock 21. Rex Olson 22. Bill Judson 23. Tom Stroud 24. Dwight Wrench 25. Pete Mc Givern 26. Steve Dunne John Belden Denny Eagan Rick Martinich Missing. . Ken Holmes Brad Blackman Rick Orchard Bruce Bushberg Ken Stewart Chris Koch . Terry Jackson i 72 ' , . 1-1- .ix 1 -.11Q h + E S 1 , , - 3, I3 V Eff? L if-5f"' ez Right the hell out of here! I came to find some good times and parties and found something special- true friends. o d l' as People who need people are the luckiest people in the world When you're a member of something, you don't feel like a typical member. lt's only someone outside who can make that kind of generalization concerning any group-a fraternity, a sorority a nationality or a race. M., . t-,nw-' fe' 76-,, 1 :RN , I., ',.- f hal Chi Omega Within our spirit of friendship. we encourage the growth of one another, and through singleness of purpose, we achieve unity based on individuality and understanding. ,5- xxy -,, 'A'.' 1ff.'..v 1 ,NN . -- .. fel., .f , g , .13 . . 5. H hl ' X Y f- , -'-,ztmfefti " ' , I -13.3525 Q' iAbove. left to rightl Wendy Persinger. Pam Mitchell, Valerie Cantley. Valerie Lorimer, Sue Wehde. 1. Pat Knoplock 2. Sue Foster 3. Terry Grounds 4. Nancy Myers 5. Carole Stitt 6. Liz Yunger 7. Kris Keating 8. Mary Morris 9. Liz Ruhm 10. Joyce Partridge 11. Jamie Mc Nichols I Aa?- Q i li I9 A Peggy Ragan Susan Dolby Pam Morias Julia Garvey Janet Wells Chris Harper Tracey Wollenman Marina Rosa Sue Bushman Sherry Skinner Dee Miller Buffy Erickson Janet Olson Kim Houston Beth Piantoni Helen Whiteford Anne Russell Carol Digiuseppe Sue Miller Al' Delta Gamma A crisp new day- living, glowing. creating A bright sunny afternoon- shining, smiling, giving. A fresh free breeze- singing, sharing, flowing. A gentle daisy- learning, growing, being. Each is separate, but part of a whole. Becky RI 2 l Ll 6 ll 21 '5 1 z Susie Upton Betsy King Becky Shelton Liz,Gooder Chris Schott Jill Johnson Kathy Schindler Becky Hodge Barbara Rawicz Sue Morgan Jane Soule Pam Messing Robin Wise Anne Ballard Patti Piper Cecily Wimpress Susan Spry Astrid Store Cyndee Pareto Kathi Luhr Pam Brown Karyn Sharpe Chris Avery Clixie Green Patty Preston Nancy Mathews Julie Wiggenhorn Pam Ptak Molly Newlon Linda Sundstrom Cilla Hobson Laurie Erskine Nancy Davies Leslie Anderson Nancy Banker Nan White Bonnie Burdett Joyce Cima Christy Chittick Barbie Lemman Kathy Davies Laurie Myrabo Sandy Guillot Melissa Hansen Sigma Chi Carrell Swearingen lrighti intercepts a pass in the Intramural Soccer Championships. Topseeded Sigma Chi shattered Chrystal Palace's winning ways 2-1 for the crown. Fraternity life? You can party hard, get rowdy, stay up and talk until morning, and all the time be yourself. You can learn a lot about people and have a good time. lt's a great life. Mike Emmick 2 92 M it Mike Emmick Dennis Rector 18. 19. Ernie Montagna Doug Daniloff Carrell Swearingen 20. Jeff Diamond Rich Muirhead 21. Jeff Hudson John lmrie 22. Ken Rector Mike Bowe 23. Lance DeGooyer Gary Rose 24. Skip Oldacre Renato Tuazon not shown Tom Edwards 1. Rick Beardsley John Post 2. Rick Browning Gordie Langstaff 3. Jim Codington Chuck Wolcott 4. Jim Emmick Mike Orlando Walt Kresse Ed Mikowicz Keith Muirhead John Bothwell 5 6 7 8 9 Bill Hanson Bill Hastrup Pat Lanston Marc Meisenheimer Scott Simmons SAX Theta Delta Chi Mike Wakefield Ralph Lotham Bill Brewer Rick Cannon Jim Haney Fred Griessen 9 John Sexton Art Plank Jeff Gumper Rob Robertson Bruce Shapiro Jim O'DonneI 1 7.3 John Buckley John Luidema Dave Kates Mike Ferman Charter Hughes Jeff Haas 'et Tom Carefoot Gary Gunnsmiih Ray Barger Bird Kim Bermudez Rob Gruenberg :H Andrew Popovich Don Hart Bill Madden Oscar Liddy Peter Sproul John Hunter We may all be into a weird trip. but we are in it together. P.S. Would you buy a car from these guys? Ralph Lotham did. KA Kappa Alpha Theta It is a challenge: we are one. but we are many in a family of friends who have come together to share responsibility to ourselves and to each other. A Theta Fall '73 brought flag football lopposite, bottoml and fifties follies lrightl as well as lots of just plain fun to the members of the Theta house. The clown lbelowl helped lead the Thetas and their Dads with songs and skits during the annual Dad's weekend. 1 u 2 'Qi 655yl Q 6 it Katie Cunningham Kathy Koester Patti Brouillard Carolyn Cords Jennifer Moreland Carolyn Kindall Judy Wilkenson Debbie Geweke Mary Troedson Pinky Case Lindy Hayes Kim Ward Jody Kulvin Kathy Gammelgard Terry LeRoy Ginny Cords Nina Vergari Angie Lowe Sheri Nuffer Sue Anne Tillman Lori Kulvin Judy Emerson Nancy Kulvin Carolyn Spencer Allison Dunn Debby Marks Kathy Nigro Nyna Cunningham Kris Orchard Debby Dodd Susan Humphrey Cindy Wood 4 HBID Pi Beta Phi The essence of friendship is entireness, a total magnanimity and trust. REW , ' q in i il if i ' , 'fi 'dl 505 A 4 'R Q i A I 6 - Q , J Fl- Eilklilllll 'H Chris Utsumi 17 Barby Love Wendy Mc Ouade 18 Carla Wilkerson Ann Joste 19 Cathy Buck Jane Davies 20 Pam Orth Teri Noel 21 Sheila Stuart Jane Baxter 22 Melanie Rabin Chrystal Nickolas 23 Cindy Abbott Barbara Roberts 24 Sue Gill Diane Nickloff 25 Lynn Dee Moore Laurie Buck 26 Carole Wade Janet Arnold 27 Candy Blackford Jan Marholin Debby Wright Marcy Head Bonnie Poore Sue Orner Nellene Kuhns Joan Miche Marianne Michky Patti Eilau Lynn Duffy ---fl n QQ' ZBT x 14 Tl, X .1--.-.- l I i i , r, i .Y .AJ- G to t Unity and friendship, characteristics of the Greek community, are important parts of our fraternity. Much more important, however, is the commitment we make to our house and to our brothers. Our commitment is to help in times of need and to support in times of decision making. Common experi ences, complemented by individual personalities, shape the identity of Zeta Beta Tau. .nm Eli 'QI I0 I a ' 5 it H qv H q 4 M 4 A K John Knight Hershel Wingfield Joe Hannan Alan Stein John Gadsden Carolyn Kindall Mario Silverstri Gary Pellecchia Allen Bush Jim Kuhn Terry McCoy Diana Downey Ed Betts Tyrone Flanagan Laurie Buck Frank Barthelow Bruce Hammett Bob Friedman EA Sigma Alpha Epsilon that ' . ' - '-vu. WN-1 ' L This chapter embodies the traditions of Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Leaders of Equals. We stress the diversity of individuals united in a common goal. We try to exemplify those qualities in a man which make him a true gentleman. Larry Schwab Isla Vista has surf, sand and groovy chicks who ride bikes. Isla Vista is my kind of town. Tim Mainland Resident Isla Vista is a ghetto, the product of Vern CheadIe's Big Dream to be King and Number One Baby-Sitter of the biggest middle-class post-prep school in the world. . . Name Withheld Isla Vista is an experiment for the future. An experience in a new style of life. 'For me, Isla Vista is where it's all happening. Greg Morely Resident There is a hell of a lot of money to be made out there in Isla Vista. K. Ingham Real Estate Broker isla vista . . . A -f-5. R , 4 feesyf , X.. 4.4 MJ xi -.,. r f,,. ...I kr -'-'Nav-, , 4 NN,-z:17., ,.-.,!:i... KAL! 4 -1 f1v,.,p.v a ' J"-4 ,, wa , .. V. 'vs .J '.' . - I ., . v N In -nw --..wfm..,..1-g 1 ,, , M A ' ' ,- 5 A ,J w,,.,q',a'gp!'f U. Y 1 .- . ,,, 1. 'fs' ,ff . vu'I?st,n. ,, w,s.,, . -ilk --,,. Y. -. It-'A' , ,,' A ,'4 5, .' - ,Mfr-Q M-Q, --'gm' ,f. A 4, . vw. .A ' -1 MJ. iq ,. .vwyanl Z 3,110 , Y 3 " Q :M AJ.. fy , 94: , Q , , ,I . - , , , .1 A, . L ' 25- "- f.. -.-s' iffy-.wx .ff f . , rql.. , . Jar I a'.vs' Q. 'IFF 5-15,4 . ' I ' 'uv J f v, , 'Pls-' 6. n xlfv. A 'Qu A ' nr:-vf .--. 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You walk into class, get handed a staggering list of books that you never would or could read, then leave after ten weeks with the degree of your success measured by your ability to convince the professor's reader that you really did read all those books. Of course since the reader rarely reads the tests anyway, the task is reduced to merely restraining yourself from making a gross display of ignorance. So, for a few hours of bored time a day. three or four days a week Inever on Fridaysll, plus a few days of anxiety every ten weeks, I get paid 5300.00 a month. Yes, I figure that until something better comes along, it sure beats working in a car wash. S. George Mee Organic Gardening ., ,:,-. E ., Mag ', " fssaij-. . V A 41+ 1-1 24 . ,.w-iw f I- Ph 'Wi If-'mi Q tg ..,, . ,, .,. fl if Y. W.. "' EF ' . 1757 i Q 5, is g 4,5 - UE' - Seed contain the life force for growth. With moisture, care, and time they become sprouts-the most alive food we can eat. At about 5m a pound they're a tasty bargain and a source of vitamin C and A, chlorophyll, and minerals. A small "cabinet" garden provides fresh greens all year round with little effort. You can sprout most seed. but organic alfalfa and mung beans are easy to start with. Place a tablespoon or two of seed in a wide-mouth jar and soak 'em for at least two hours or even overnight. After soaking the seed or bean should be drained. leaving the jar on its side in a warm place l60 degrees F-80 degrees Fl. For the next few days rinse them twice a day with cool water, making sure to drain thoroughly each time. The rinsing prevents spoilage. Take a little time to watch them swell and then produce shoots overnight. After 3-4 days leaves will appear and the sprouts are ready for some sunshine. In a matter of hours they begin to show chlorophyll in their tiny leaves. When these two green leaves first appear and open fully, the sprouts are ready to eat. lt's best to grow a small batch at a time. but yesterday's crop will keep in the refrigerator if covered. Mung beans and alfalfa sprouts make a good salad by themselves, or may be mixed with other vegetables and soups, or baked in breads. Most any grain or legume will sprout with a little care. Hulled sunflower seeds, radish, lentil, soybean, or garbonza beans are a few to try. Lloyd Underfurth 1223539 .As K mlsmw , 3536 A ,V 35' K -x 5511. . f V ila. , L' m g .V : ' ' - , H W i ggi' fili .2 ' ff: 1, " Q H .ix Q: . J x fl? -v m ., , 4 93 1 ,J 4 Q Y F' " I .J Hulk Y ,A Q 5:5 X fe Q 4: f 1 , 1- M M , sf I- .5 -1 56 x 1 Q51 -M in 'Cv t E ,,af:g- Q 4 .?S5lff?!.fi' . QSQ5 43 nlfgji. .f f wink -I Q- xy X A li K f' A, f gf ,. iw wa , ,im .V gpg: if F C3 if 5 mem? gf -- .aw w QL:- . -ww. ww V dis? A I 1 .el lg. , 3 QTL! if gg , . Wm. S -, a . VT.. Q-. " .4 ' Q '. V Q Lys :L fa? vga, H' A Y 'Q -4 X, N ii T f fn N IV Dogs There was a brown dog who had lived in Isla Vista all of its life: four flea-bitten, dog-fightin', dog-day years. You can't really count puppyhood, which he didn't remember anyway and wouldn't care about even if he did, because he spent so much of his puppyhood in the pound with a lot of distempered rejects of dogdom. He was reprieved from certain death by a moccasined young man, thick with the odor of incense and marijuana, who took the brown dog to his new home in Isla Vista. It was all the same to the brown dog who was fed every so often and bragged on because he still had the vestiges of puppyhood about him. When the moccasined young man moved on to San Francisco it didn't bother the dog any: he could steal quick bites of carelessly laid sandwiches and hamburgers from the human population of Isla Vista or nose through trashcans filled with discarded but aromatic bits of food. He was a big dog of uncertain breed. A clever fighter, he had, during his lifetime, staked out a territory Imarked by innumerable urine spotsl that rivaled the best dogs anywhere. When a strange dog happened into his territory. he was instantly reminded of the error, because every available tree, post, curb, and car tire had its own 'no trespassing' signed odorously affixed to it. If the trespasser had the ignorance or stupidity to disregard the first reminder, he was reminded again, none too gently, by the brown dog's growl. lf that didn't work, the brown dog would fight the intruder with the swiftness and cunning seldom seen in doggy quarrels. Of course, all of this territorial psychology was lost on the human inhabitants of Isla Vista who were either too stoned or too fired up with revolutionary fervor to see that the most imperialist. dictotorial landlord in the area was right undertheir noses, so to speak. One day the brown dog lay lazily in the sun, perhaps a little tired and sore from too many years of robbing trashcans, and scratching and fighting. Although he amiably allowed a few human passersby to scratch his ears, he was quite alert to any intruders, and when he saw a black dog insolently nosing into his territory, he got up and stiffly trotted across the street. It may have been his old age Ialthough he wasn't old in the eyes of a well-fed house dogl, or it might have been his feeling of superiority, or perhaps just an obsession with the intruder, but the brown dog, ignoring fate, trotted into the path of an oncoming Volkswagen bus, and was, before he knew it, quite dead. Although a few humans ran up to the scene of the accident, and though the humane society truck drove up to dispose of the remains, and though there were a few minutes of excitement in the calm streets of Isla Vista, the whole incident was soon forgotten. A mild rain washed away the odoriferous spots that marked the brown dog's territory and soon the dogs of Isla Vista forgot that there had ever been a brown dog. There was. however, a black dog who seemed to bear watching: he was big, though of uncertain breed, and fought swiftly and cunningly. and he was careful to stop at every tree. curb, post, and car tire to leave his odor. His territory grew rapidly. . . Lou Ellyn Mills JA, S 'F 'ii , ' 1 PQ gL '1 A. S .V 4 -' al, ,QT ri i The Part-Time Job Why Get a Part-Time Job? This is a notorious town for high expenses and a university student is doubly pressed for money because of the enormous costs of going to school. Fees for the University for a California resident lit is absurd to even mention out of state tuition fees herel have been rising over the years and by next fall will be astronomical. lThis year you could count on at least S300 for school per quarter.l Any college town has high rents and landlords here do their best to gouge as much money as they can for as little service in return as they can get away with. Ticky-tacky cardboard apartments in IV run anywhere from S50 to S150 per person, and while nicer places can be found in Santa Barbara or Goleta, rentals are still high, and anyway, there is still transportation to worry about, not to mention food. clothing, and other possible necessities of life. Most students lunless on scholarship or grantl soon find that their initial allotment for school and living expenses does not cover what they need, and unless they have rich or generous parents, they must turn to financial aid for loans, fee deferments, or work- study- that is if they meet innumerable qualifications. The final thing, short of quitting school, which many do, is to try and enter the already glutted labor market of Santa Barbara as a part-time or summer employee. What Kind of Part-Time Job Can l Get? First of all, Santa Barbara is mostly, with a few recent exceptions, a tourist town, and. while the tourist industry blooms during the summer, it quickly dies down in other seasons, stranding employees who were expecting a steady job. This type of summer work would be fine for students except that the pay is usually low- so low that it would be impossible to live on it for the rest of the year, plus attend school. The only other type ofjob to turn to is the part-time job in a small business which operates the year round. The few businesses in Santa Barbara which offer fair wages, interesting jobs, benefits, and room for advancement rarely need part-time help, and are reluctant to hire students because they are considered transient. The part-time job-seeker is left with a choice of low-paying, boring, often seedy jobs, and the embarrassing irony of it all is that these jobs are the very ones that thousands of bright, young college students are forced to seek. The result is a glutted job market for those jobs which are least desirable. What's Wrong With the Part-Time Job? The student with a job is confronted with the sticky problem of how to put in the hours of study needed to stay in school while at the same time working enough hours to keep his or her job la job that is probably not very interesting and probably supervised by an unsympathetic bossl. Because of the stiff competition from other student job-seekers, the pay is absurdly low- S2 per hour is an unusually high salary and most workers get less. The student is often reassured that he or she is a good, reliable worker, but reminded that "every kid in Isla Vista is lined up ready to take your job." Small business owners can't always be blamed for the situation ithough it seems at times that they are the ones at faultl. lf they take the time to train some promising young student iwho is naturally over- qualified for the jobl and give him or her reasonable pay only to see him or her leave in a few months to go back to school or on to bigger and better things, he is going to become unhappy and mistrustful of such employees. This situation has to be called the transience factor, and both the student-worker and the employer lose because of it. The student. because of the disillusionment and frustration in an insecure job where he isn't appreciated: the employer because he loses intelligent employees because he doesn't have the courage to stand up behind them. What is the Solution? l obviously don't have any suggestions. Students who are looking for part-time jobs may as well steel themselves because their soon-to-be-employers will not appreciate their degree of education, and will not pay them according to ability. The competition for jobs is discouraging and the jobs themselves are seldom stimulating. Your reason for getting an education is obstensibly to be able to acquire a job later with high pay, interest, and compatibility. Well, all I can say to that is good luck, because the job situation after you graduate isn't a hell of a lot better- but that's another story. Sheilah Stablefurd 135 Wear MEETING stavidf V FN- -1- lin-gg -, A, , ' "'A' ' ".E1!,3'f"'f-V w 1 f""', ., f 3, . W v K HE V W fn,,'4'E,, ' L 1 1,5 'i:5f,TL?'."T'tTA7'5 . -QR, 3 " Q , V ' :-'- . A mu' L2M:.,i,,- l P qv., 5... A W 5? I U .visa ..:f,..,.gf mm, lv ' " ' A-' ' 'L 16" , X -'HH'3'- 3 ' T-'vw-..,g-' -- New .' . , N ' ' "4 "Wfwime-viliwgvfxsf-1Jfm+v::,r"3M'sff'av 4.11 - X: 114 ' ' J 1 . .ffif ' '-54'-,4-'E-Lf'-Q. .. 5'4" 'ix ' ' . .- "' " ' I .. ' g TQ-J mi" "'gv,- ..1.,1f'9"H 4-. ' ,-. ' 1.. f "' 2" -f ' "' .WV ab .- MQ- E 1: .'- - if Isla Vista Government - Y, ' , we--j..i,Q.a-' ' . ' ' Most successful of the political issues in Isla Vista this year was the campaign for a park district for IV. Following a months-long battle between property owners and park district advocates, the proposal was presented to Isla Vista voters on October 31. A sophisticated campaign was waged to voice protest by lV's most powerful managers and owners and was countered by the efforts of Andy Simpson, Carter Ray, and attorney Stan Hatch. When the dust cleared in July, the protests stood at 48.896 The creation of the Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District was endorsed by the voters, and a Board Of Directors began developing a budget for taxes as well as final plans for Madrid Park, the district's highest priority project. Phase ll of Isla Vista's Government Study was published during the summer and the study's optimistic view of incorporation caused voters of Isla Vista to vote in favor of incorporation by some 82.8'X1. The UCSB Administration hired a consulting team of Smith and Bollens to advise them on their direction in the IV incorporation matter. The consultants threw a new variable into the works: they recommended incorporation of the entire South Coast area with a two-tier setup that would allow local decision-making on certain issues. IVCC investigated the two-tier plan and submitted the Isla Vista Incorporation Plan to the Local Areas Formation Commission. IV Planning Commission had a productive year, being responsible for the building of curbs and the maintenance of street trees, curb bulbs, and block barrier parks throughout IV. Planning Director Chris Atwood organized the projects and developed proposals for blocking more streets and making bikeways to lead IV to the goal of non-polluting transportations. Abby Haight .X A. .J 'A -'.- - f' J , f L ' ..,., 'MEN H Mac McCoy and Katie had been through the classic Isla Vista experience. They met as sophomores and were both zealous supporters and participants in "The Movement." At this time, both were living on comfortable allowances from their parents- especially Mac. whose father was a dairy industry tycoon. Unfortunately, their political activism landed both of them in jail one day in June of 1970. Mac's father told him that the bail bond would be the last contribution to his thankless son. So Mac and Katie circulated among the popular part - time jobs: car - wash, yard work, scooping ice cream, and waiting tables. They moved to a S50.00-a- month house where they could have a garden and grow their own vegetables. After two years of this, a S3 50.00 - a - week position as a junior dairy executive started to look better and better. . . The Marriage ll l 4 Well kids. . .we're all gonna have to leave someday mms 'ish' .Sk i" , . ,ei P X' ,. M1 X 1,-,VM - v fx - 41 'f' .1 0-SH bbw ,, r' I I I ' "' I ' I P ll u al: 4 E 6 I 1, 5 U 'x C. 'iq- 44 ' Zhi' 'Q h ig' -:H 3 ,- , V, wt., .3 ,, ,J an-:. 'w ' 'A --s. Jffff' -Q. . . Q ? W ' f' '- P L: P? 5-2. SQ 3'-':" H, az Q f I T L,- Q N A 3 if Living in the dorms is an experience I'm becoming a little more disillusioned with the whole place, though. It's not really bad, it's just not really good. AI Pena Student ' Bellini movie . . . a real circus. ' Sharon Doughert Studev i""'V1S and lo' Consuelo Hall - Santa Cruz Dormitory i .5 ' f- ' . 1' fi . 'fx f ,. K f-':. 1'-:gl U I 'mf' Consuelo Hall-Santa Cruz Dormitory-FRONT ROW: Teri Reyburn,JiII Rabinov, Carol Hammer, Carol Cullen. FOURTH ROW: Nyna Cunningham, Tria Bell. Andy Donni Caswell. SECOND ROW: Mary Lloyd-Butler. Leanne Abel, Martha Rodriguez. Keilus. Michelle Kaneko, Stephanie Blockley, Martha Maggetti. Jean Schwider, Eve Cindy Andrews. Debby Marks, Peggy Juzek. THIRD ROW: Ann Corley, Joan Saldin, Diamond, Nancy Hobson. Corriente Hall - Santa Cruz Dormitory J -.,ax,x.,,,,: f K Corriente Hall-Santa Cruz Dormitory-FRONT ROW: Carla Christensen, Rustie Rothstein, Debbie Kneiss, Sandy Anderson. Karen Krische. Lily Gee. Janet O'Brien. Marcia Okuma. Teri Schneider, Kiki Kossyta, Cheryl Mulller. Lorene Light, Gail Rieger, Donna Schatzman. Anne Perino. SECOND ROW: Kathy Pappas. Lorraine ' wr A A Q-N .4 if" y X, 6, , ,I mfg mme? Harvey. Kathy Erickson, Vicki Abels. Pam Buell. Shari Bonderman, Rose Leon. Nancy McLaren. Allison Dunn, Chris Atkinson, Debbie Hagler. Liz Dods, Wendy Glazer, Jan Johnson,Joan Amdahl, Paula Heisen. Joan Peter. The Dining Commons ww 3 EF po GE?Gef A Hail? 'a SNWVI YI Q , rf FW? if w, fifiv Tax -' :4 2 X X V 5 if QQ A, ff F 'W if X X :SUT H I ugfgih H . ' 5 W - Q Q2 , -0 We-fr 'iw I -e Q ' 'lr .ml A , t 1 ' ' ff: f X if -MY"t.":7ff:'i-VK I. 53 JI ff' "' " A c , f 35.Lf,,,-.1 gy , ,,1, . jf ' "Rf W' '11-F' ' f. lg?-1. , Kaya-.-911 X' 73, lA. 15if.f4 , 1? . ,J ff , ' - ,-' 'gi'-94 -3 b 7 'X I I V - M ' 'ft . "5 l' An'.'4'4. V314 X ,f -V! Dy.. gr!vG5,43f I . , -R 4 M I I 48 I I lt's great for your bod and it's great for your mind. You meet lots of other people, havefun, and, well if there's anything to that 'heat of competition and good sportsmanship' shit, you get that, too. c Terry Simmerman llVl Participant Sports are good, particularly on the intramural level. simply from a fitness point of view. But these things I would label as more . . . sporadic, rather than coming from a general enchantment with the campus and what the campus really means and is doing. William Alexander a Lecturer in History lt'sjust plain fun! c Aaron lVlcVicker g lIVl Participant Intramurals and recreation programs are as popular as ever before, if not more popular. Don Weiner Sports information Director intramurals . . 14 New Coed Sports Popular With Campus Participants Under the skilled and imaginative leadership of Director Sandy Geuss, UCSB's Intramural program has become among the best in the nation. Despite a continued decrease in enrollment at UCSB. participation in Intramural sports has increased. What has made intramurals so popular? Until two years ago, trophies, ribbons, and plaques were awarded to the winning teams or victorious contestants. While this practice has ceased, the number of contestants continues to grow. Probably the biggest reason for the program's continued growth is its validity as a form of escape from the rigors and trials of everyday academics. It provides one of the easiest ways of meeting fellow students. Without a doubt, coed sports are the most popular among Intramural participants. Such coed activities as football, softball, basketball, volleyball, and inner- tube water polo highlighted the year's agenda. In addition, Intramurals moved somewhat off the beaten path of participatory activities by incorporating the likes of wiffleball, floor hockey. hosing, and jousting into its calendar. The year was also a big year for Intramurals at UCSB for participation of a different kind. All-Cal Intram-ural competition was held here on the weekend of May 11-12 with all events being coed for the first time. This was definitely a major breakthrough with regard to overall Intramural sports philosophy and it was especially significant that such an honor should come to UCSB. In short, Intramurals is much more than simply an institution at UCSB- it is definitely a way of life for many students, faculty, staff, their friends and associates, all of whom take to the field with the idea and hope of having fun in a society whose growing tensions and pressures dictate the 'need for leisure and relaxation. 'M Q F .1 4-H' """1hnun- 'G -1 'Zur -1 YOWDB' -ll! fr 9 ,.4-vm mf - 4 . 1 . Pg.. , fifrg ,"-'V X , v, ,Tx ' U .H-fl , X, A L V I. I N ! Men's Flag Football l .M - , A. :yn ,-1,-3 . 125, f Q 4- 1 .L , 3 "2sf.1f?f' . :hivff V , sg, - . f-ww' 1,.:,rf,5f V - T, l Ix0,?e'b-.SB , .,,,.g, q !: 1'q- - ,-,4f.--f1r- ,Q . iff' , , , .2 ' 'fe-a1.', 1 l - "P-'5 Y' "V V' "A", 46 The Champs Frankie and the Rumpkins Frankie and the Rumpkins-FRONT ROW: Martin Ports, Tom Hall, Howard Knadler, Frank Schaukowitch, Duane Brash. SECOND ROW: Jim Clarke. Dave Nlezzetta, Craig Clark, Steve Gullotti, Chris Weber. 14 48 N" f' v ,As n lx Y in Q zf. 4 v - , ,fflfegwqq Y, 'Y Y .. l v ,m , , . x 1, . 1 ymi ' , n , --. . ,,,N.,.f - .151 , v 'WE 'O f vw ,Y Q. V miiffffaii ' 1, ' ,, ' n , -A . 5 1- , N, 4 1 I -55 xf, , . L , Ali P 51:11 -1 i! ',j'?4f-fa 4' Q-,J , e',,4,,. ,.. ,.-ev" 3 V. M1 of . .M Ku ' , Saifg? 5 ',wQ21f3A N '4 4-"' -A 2: 1- , 1 1.5. ,4-'11, "QV Twei . -- .i -x -4- 1 Y ' Q ww, - , ,Lg ff-,A ' 7: 091 - h , ,M 'f::?vfw,a-:M I , ' JY' j-EQ5Q76JS'7?" " , 5 . f , ,- - h W -' ig ' , ff ,V lu., l yr' ' 1 . 71 i ,, v -4 E- M?-afar L' , iffasiiepissiflfzggg iw ' W fm fel: ,F-.A 'se' -, 2- 'I Q if 125525 ., L, fv L Qi ' ww I ... , - 1 'wugy , ' uf . I -.as,1l'7? www' A ' pw-n 'oupsums .em ,Qui t .. , R YA, W- :,,,.-5 -M 41 "5 . . :mm Ayub-e'ra,U Q . . . 4 ... . - A-145-f"" -f ' l, i ,. I , ,gi -hw Y I, . h y ' ' . 2. T3 P:-M A-1 W ,. 1 149 . ' 5 . 1 . - X ff- M N iE Siu. 7.w,. . .lv . v. aw , ye, , M - ' 3? 4 Q1 we , L., WQRWQE2 ' C' L. ,s--.: ,. . Y 'w w " TFL" ,. ' j , ,.,-'f- k,, " 'F U., iz-f--fag " n fa 4 if 11'- 1-' ,g 1 5 fr A ,,, H-. I' - Y ' V-.- The Spectators .5 1 GQ Y JVM fs ,- -333+-1 . ' Wi-235 M 1' My Women may not belong only in the bedroom, but certainly not on our athletic fields. Nexus Letter to the Editor There's too many jocks around here. ' Anonymous Student overheard To put it all into perspective, what sports provides is entertainment for a certain segment of the student body. lt's a cheap way to spend an evening . . . it helps provide a community spirit. Get a little tipsy or high, then come and have a good time . .. Don Weiner Sports Information Director SPOITS . . Water Polo wg W I ,W SCOREBOARD ' X n' UCSB Won 18 Lost 9 Opponent 5 5 AA'. ' 28 Chapman College 0 A 10 UCSB Jayvees 5 9 Air Force Academy 6 13 University of Pacific 7 4 U C Irvine 13 12 U C Davis 5 7 Cal State Fullerton 8 9 Stanford 5 5 UCLA 10 9 Cal Poly, SLO 4 9 USC 1 0 10 Cal State Los Angeles 7 13 Cal Poly, Pomona 8 14 San Diego State 5 9 New Mexico 10 10 Air Force Academy 7 19 Colorado State 5 6 Long Beach State 4 1 1 Cal State Fullerton 8 1 0 San J ose State 1 3 1 6 Fresno State 3 PCAA Tournament 1 2 Fresno State 6 9 Long Beach State 7 8 San Jose State 10 NCAA Tournament 1 2 U C Irvine 16 , 21 Yale 2 ,Q A ,V " --A-'Bing 10 USC 1 5 ' Second Place Finish in PCAA League ---" in ' .ra-we Fifth Place Finish in NCAA Tourney Water Polo Team-FRONT ROW: AI Nizumura. Roger Wright, David Johannsen. Keigh, Randy Steigely, Greg Carey, Phil Bowen, John Silvera, Manager Charles Mike Hoshida, Gene Urban, Mark Newton. SECOND ROW: Coach Rick Rowland, Bunten. FOURTH ROW: Don Nelson, Rick Rosenquist. Chris Gammon. Ron Don Randall, Greg Collins, Miles Corwin. Captain Neil Quinn. Mark Mirkovich. Rick Ludekens,Jim Logan, Manager Mark O'Connell. Sperberg, Assistant Coach Paul Gray. THIRD ROW: Bill Parish, Dirk Muntean, Bob r . ,Y -.- - ,- ff, . f 4: ' if '-us.EX' - -M J 5 w I -- ,..-Q ,gt , ,,,-ggi A- .V Y-Q--...F......,.,.., '- . E - . -,gan-... , fb-M ., W'-y , ,,,,-,,,,"' '---- M- fy, 'J ,gn vi 1- i H- Z A Y 4?W A A AW 4:2 ! ""- --:zz-... :hA.,.... . , . M , WMM X. ,, .- ?' .- .. 'ff I ra fl""' -,- -12-1-: , - Y I - - H - 'L-'-""' - " " -., 6 5 AAMUV .ug ,J .45 if ,, f 1- -- . -A-mmf, ' -.. .q 4- - , ff' . 2' "K,-... Y - --,gm :- - ' ' - V 4, A , . ',,"4-1 "' ,r- -5 -f -' " ' " ' ""' ,., - ' f - vw. iwsamg H 'fv' MA. .Mu .H 1 ,"',-"1" ' ' ' ' ---1L"- ' W-fYf,1f.1.vf .v ' "-- - dk. K'gfQ'w?-'S- ,R L ,Q A ,, I v .- ' W., 3, Q , 4 'ff-.1 -'QA' f - :Sax Wag- '- Q- Q' ' ' ,,, , , V + eq- Tata, ... x , K by 'J tx . - Q Y-nr ' -4F?- 4:29 1 M A . ---M..-v p Y , h .gamma k '-" " 'F 'gf' ., uv yd' 4 , .- A 1. 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Q i 3 . 15-'1 J' y w g- ,. nu- Q . . -I, ' ' """" . - -' - ..- f '11-""1' f " - ,' "ff 4"-1-Liz Q- , ' jf" -9 - 41 Tan, J f "' ' M iisi r' " 5- ' , 5- '4- ' .. .. - - ff -. ,, 1, '4V"'jl. NV ' .V 7" - ' ' N ,bk -Jay H 1 Q. 2 .Nw - -1"" ib--- V "'...v, Z " '-x ,, , 4 ....- N - ""' ' 4.5 - h - - -w-- - A , - 1--4 -Q' i D -. ,, - -5: K ,Li - - .. E.. I GV- - f I , v V ' ', - ' "' ov P ' , 1 ' 1 L ,:,..'- , . A f.. , , ' -9 . p --Qtn L ' -I 9 N r ,s 'M' , .iq W . V -4- ."' 'Y Y ' ,I , , Q Ea W. 1 -'-mf g, 1 I it ...?.,:,:-1:- . 1 2 N Y 2 1 Cross Country SCOREBOARD Westmont 18, UCSB 37. All Cal- Davis 19, UCSB 71, UC Irvine 72, U.C. San Diego 90, UC Riverside 94. USTFF- Cal Poly Pomona 21, UCSB 46. Biola 66. San Fernando Valley State 41. Club West 48. Santa Barbara Athletic Association 56, UCSB 71. Fresno State 15, UCSB 49, Cal Poly S.L.O. 19, UCSB 39. PCAA Championships- UCSB placed 35th. 36th. 37th, 38th. 41st, 45th, and 46th. Sophomore Frank Zermeno labovel leads the pack on the four-mile lagoon course at UCSB. Freshman harrier Joe Szerwo lrightl sprints down a hill near San Rafael Dorm, in a meet against University of California, Riverside. - an U, O. Mi-7 , Ye'-. Q 7'll'53fE,2 . --,gvs 3 g, '37 J sim .rw , 51 Af, '3- K , -ae 1 -4' -, ,. '-writ mg . ..,,, MGM' . 'ww ', ifxf l ,,.- . QL , .D ,uv Q . . - + .,: .f, W, W - ,-L 1 -,ESSEX ' ,.,.. ,H-xi , V. .AY ,I :E W -we kj 3:2-ws .,. 7 vt 3,gm,1,55gi,3 'V ' , l'3:F"sf',. N 'MTH ff- xf fnfimii TWU, Soccer UCSB 12 2 1 6 4 2 1 0 2 SCOREBOARD Chapman College Cal Poly S.L.O. Loyola University Fresno Pacific College UC Riverside UC Berkeley Cal State Long Beach Westmont College Fresno State University OPPONENT 1 O 2 1 3 3 1 1 5 Soccer Team-FRONT ROWS Douglas Glass. Michael Wilson. Gustavo Andrade, Jeffrey Chow, Helmut Von Hain, William Gayle, David Fetter, Martin Radley, Perry Mark Schumann, Kevin Law, Jeffery Townsend, Bruce Hahn, Peter McGivern. Levon, Assistant Coach. SECOND ROW: Sandy Geuss lcoachl, Paul Watkins, Glenn Hughes, John Kendall, UCSB Basketball X 'mi 4 4 Q UCSB Cagers Surprise Fans, Place Second in PCAA Play "lt has been a remarkable year for all of us. certainly one of the most rewarding for me personally," remarked Ralph Barkey, head coach of UCSB's men's basketball team. Handicapped with the loss of four senior starters and two assistant coaches lboth of whom left for different positions during the recruiting seasonl, the Gauchos were not expected to win more than half their games. Fans and critics alike were to be surprised. however. For most of the season. the Gauchos depended on a starting lineup of 6'5" junior Clarence Allen and 6'4" senior John Radford at the forwards, 6'7" junior Pat Boyer at center and 6'1" senior Bob Schachter and 6'2 1!2" junior Perry Ludy in the backcourt. By the end of the season, Gaucho hoopsters were sporting a 17-9 record and placed second in PCAA play, with a final homestand record of 10-3. Coach Barkey concluded, "This team was certainly comparable to our 1970-71 group that went 20-6. They had great togetherness, a great feeling for each other, and a great passion for playing the game." Forward Center Dennis Rector labove rightl evades his guard and takes a long shot. Gaucho Head Coach Ralph Barkey is presented with a basketball by Athletic Director Jack Curtice lrightl for his 700th game won in his coaching career at UCSB. SCOREBOARD Won 17 Lost 9 UCSB OPPONENT 83 University of Idaho 58 82 Hardin Simmons University 70 67 UCLA 98 74 Memphis State University 80 79 Iowa State University 89 74 Rice University 71 86 University of Puget Sound 68 85 ' Cal State Los Angeles 75 79 ' Cal State Fresno 69 59 " University of Pacific 69 63 ' Cal State San Jose 59 77 University of Arizona 79 73 Cal State Northridge 65 68 Stanford University 80 82 Utah State University 59 69 'Cal State Long Beach 77 65 ' Cal State San Diego 68 54 Westmont College 52 97 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 70 93 ' Cal State Fresno 79 96 " Cal State Los Angeles 94 103 University of Portland 89 87 'Cal State San Diego 65 65 " Cal State Long Beach 92 84 ' Cal State San Jose 82 86 ' University of Pacific 78 ' Pacific Coast Athletic Assoc, Games Second Place Fmshm PCAA League Men's Basketball FRONT ROW John Radford Anderson Pat Boyer Darrelle Lyons Clarence Allen Homestand Record: 10Wms'3 Losses Perrv Ludv, JHY Hansefh Steve Beckef Floyd student assistant Steve Iino Assistant Coach John Cawthon. Bob Schachter Jerry Lee SECOND Blfkegf ROW: Coach Ralph Barkey Dennis Rector Kirk Q3 K K .z N -I .1 I1. r x s Basketball - FRONT ROW: Jan Leslie Jackson. SECOND ROW: Debbie Slater. Coach, Srenda Sapp, Laura Buell. Candy Jeanie Grant, Mo Weiss, Jennifer Moreland, Cathy Sarah Flemming. Sue Levin, Dana Geary, Mohr, Debbie Fank. Chris Bonaface. Student Coach, Women's Basketball SCOREBOARD UCSB Opponent 45 UC Riverside 53 29 UCLA 93 42 UC Riverside 52 36 Cal Poly SLO 62 33 Biola 47 61 CSU Los Angeles 51 37 CSU Northridge 46 32 CSU Los Angeles 55 73 UC Irvine 27 63 UC Santa Cruz 37 52 Cal Poly Pomona 33 35 CSU Long Beach 66 43 CSU Long Beach 73 Men's Volleyball SCOREBOARD UCSB Opponents 5 Cal Poly SLO 0 3 Alumni 0 2 Over the Net Gang 0 2 Los Angeles AFS 0 2 Climax 0 2 SMCC 0 2 C81 H 0 2 USC 1 2 C84 H 1 3 Pepperdine 2 3 Winnipeg 2 2 Seamen O 2 OM BAC 0 1 Arnett 1 0 Winnipeg 1 2 Pepperdine 3 2 UCLA JV's 0 2 Rubber Duckies 0 0 B.B.C. 2 1 Perry's Pizza 1 1 USC 1 0 CSU Long Beach 3 4 Loyola 0 2 Westmont 0 1 Cal Poly SLO 1 2 YMCA 0 2 Hobey Bakers 0 2 UCSB 7942 0 2 Sambos 0 3 Sambos 2 5 UC Irvine 0 0 UCLA 3 4 l N590 2 iifl it 3 tlCSg , I 52250 vf 'W Men's Volleyball Team-FRONT ROW: Brad Gentry, Gregory. THIRD ROW: Junior Varsity Coach David Gus Mee. Mike Wilson, Skip Allen. Matthew McShane. Foreman, Ed Spaw. Jeff Reddan, Pat Boyer, Jon Roberts. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Steve Garretson. Jay Coach Rudy Suwara. Hanseth, Chuck Burdick, Chris Kane, Marc Jacobs, Gerald Women's Volleyball SCOREBOARD Cal Lutheran .... CSU San Diego.. USC ........... CSU Long Beach . Cal Poly S.L.0.. .. CSU Northridge. . UCLA ......... CSU San Diego . .. Westmont ....... 6th place in Nationals Womans Volleyball FRONT ROW Chris Reynolds Sapp Laura Buell Kathy Hanby Lisa Richards Joyce Wom en's Tennis 'HQ fi- ,Q sl" : ilu-Fw as! M l Jkzixgv '1:.,V lr "'-1.3 SCOREBOARD UCSB Opponents 3 USC 6 0 CSU San Diego 9 0 UCLA 9 iv' Woman's Tennis-FRONT ROW: Cathy Valenzuela, Sue Wehde, Genae Hall. Lynn Stewart.Judy Wilkinson Marion Toms, Anne Perino. Nancy Davis, Margie Pam MitchelI,.Debbie Simpson, Lynn Dee Moore. Wright. Becky Hodge. SECOND ROW: Binkie Magee, pictured: Cindy Bradfielo.Jackie Russun. Men's Tennis I , JC """"'ium..,-4 . ,Sl fx F :i,i:gZg.. ,. -1554, M0l'l'S T9l1l'li3-FRONT HOW lseatedl: Kevin O'NeilI. Frantz. Mitchell Halpern, George Manseti Russ Kline. Lance Miller. Greg Patton, Jay Jacobson, Peter Rob Hambleton, Ed Shrader, Jeff Haas, Coach Ed Ziegler, Dennis Broersma. Second Row 'lstandinglz Doty. Joely Hatchett. Assistant Coach Giles Peterson. Jim UCSB 2 3 5 5 3 7 V2 0 6 2 0 4 0 3M 9 2 SCOREBOARD Pepperdine Cal Poly SLO CSU Northridge CSU San Diego U CLA CSU Northridge Redlands UC Irvine University San Diego Cal Poly SLO San Jose State Stanford UC Berkeley CSU Los Angeles San Francisco State Redlands .gg ,KW X 5. Opponent 7 6 4 4 6 2 8M 9 3 7 9 5 9 5M O 7 ,,5,,E,,,-5... .-vpn - .J3 ..- - , .zs,,s.iQ41 . N ." -un lj., ,.,-. Q' -1 Q., ,.,.n. SCOREBOARD CSU Nonhddge 79 CSU Long Beach 80 Santa Barbara Relays VVeshnontCoHege 73 UCSB UCSB UCSB UCSB -1 M., V ..,, ,.n. 66 65 5th 72 -Q - M 4 5 awzggrf --- 1 lv -in-v : - Y ' a . 1 l . R fr inf? -- ,. 'L 1, Q . ,MQ-. E5 4 . V -. - L" X una- . -93382 33 '7 ' S ' i , '. .4-. '.f V --A ' "' N -. 1 I I N ' " Q.,-, 'gl ' ' ' ' I W mn. N A Q -6 G 4 I ' . W' .U i vi . ..- , - Q-, 5' ' C ' 1 'A s i ,. . a . -- Z, J . A -. n -1 4 9 ' K ' '1,, - ki A- , A ,V-5 A .0 . ,,?,. .LQ - ... f w .1 5 4 ' 2 N "' wi, F ' . I - . - . , , ., . f . - A - -A . '4 P - 'rw '5' fb! V , ' 1 .fy .- , - aa, g..:.. S.-ffwz.. an .'..Y.,. - W ,Q 0 - , ' ah' gr. 09 "' rw he Track ri .ih- 'E-'-I Mi... u-I1 X5 'J -2 Track Team-FRONT ROW: Bob Schoendube, Bill Broadhead, Don Davis, Steve ROW: Coach Sam Adams, Steve Lounsbury. Rick Wardson. George Ellis, Randy Gibson, Tom Hargreaves. Rick DeLanty, Chuck Scolieri, Mike Macy. SECOND ROW: Cantrell, Rich Curtin, Rory Kenward lCo-Captainl, Kevin Bailey, Frank Zermeno. Nick Barry McMahon. Wayne Snyder lCo-Captainl. Steve Brown. Bill Spencer, Joe Rarig.Jim Warren. David Poure. Coach Gerry Moro. Szerwo, Cecil Livingston, Kevin Law. Lyle Brandt. Tom Razzeto, Larry Kluger. THIRD Q 5 ,:, Yfil M ," - in ' oo 1 iii ,. "'V""f ff: 'i ,ii , I I fig ? 'r I -J Women s Swimming .5 if . ii H,gSW4', Q , Qi? sconEBoAno ' 7 , -U I ' K . UCSB Opponent S ' forfeit ucLA 1, -M i' 2 S iggq1,W of 69 csu Los Angeles za ei . 0 63 USC 49 3533 . 'ag 4'-'f 'J A ' 80 CSU Northridge 24 X - 51 San Diego State 47 -.. "4 'in i ucss invitational iii ' 'i 100 UCSB I CSU San Diego 63 uci.A 56 1 CSU Long Beach 50 rw X , CSU Northridge 47 , A , . , ' H ' r .?,,1?i,v, usc 34 ,Ti ' ,sf .- g' CSU Los Angeles 13 ' f 1,1 E o, gk 1 I uc san Diego 10 ii A '-ifxoeefi. A 1 f . .. . Th , r " , --. f- S-M., Whittier 1 s -474,9 -' 'A-ij-sw Jxg bk gmmm A Q 2nd in SCWIA Championships ""- .- 14th in AiAw National F 1 Championships in 'g ,-... X gxzfzzi' ' 'vugv-4-I . - 'wif-'?"i Women's Swimming Team-FRONT ROW: Barbara Luick, Diane Pauls, Nancy Sally Wynn, Laurie Firth. Lindell Gleason, Coach Bobbi Houghton with nephew Kline, Jackie Fiussum, Barbara Boise. Sandy Patterson. SECOND ROW: Mary Chuck Houghton. Johnson, Jane Baxter. Diane Nickloff. Rosie Saecker. Leslie' Pettitt, Anne Loucks. yy Men's Swimming ,ff A sconeeonmo UCSB Opponent ge ,QQ 35 usc 78 , " 63 csu soo Diego so y L 48 csu Long Beach 65 f " YW 1oo csu Los Angeles 12 ' 70 col Poly sLo 43 ' 41 ucLA 89 'E 3' 71 UC Irvine 42 62 CSU Fresno 51 26 uoP as 32 San Jose State 81 92 Los Angeles Valley State 38 f -A ' , -. 86 Santa Barbara City College 38 .ilisz-Su. .Q v yYf,f l..b,,,4, . 2nd in Golden Coast . . Championships "5" 2nd in PCAA . Championships Men's Swimming-FRONT ROW: Craig Bowman. Dan Twogood, Captain Corey Jones, Wayne Wollert, Greg Carey. Phil Bowen. Kevin Griffin, Steve Micheli. Steve Stanbury. Mark Newton, Mike Mirkovich,Jon Allan. Flon Ludekens. SECOND ROW: West. Pictured above right Paul Gray, Assistant Coach. Don Randall, Student Mark Worden, Scott Simmons, Steve Haufer, Bill Haywood. Jim Logan. THIRD Assistant Coach, and Rick Rowland. Head Coach. ROW: Rick Sany, Kent Baum. Chris Gammon, John Silvera. NOT PICTURED: Rick Crew In its first two regattas of the year, the lightweight crew outrawed USC and lost to UCLA by a narrow margin of eight seconds. 1 LLL - 2-U '1 ff" wa- 'J .54 A 's, ""ffSZf ' -....5vl':7f1Q',- -- .I V: 5 -.mb z--1 Lightweight Crew-FRONT T0 BACK: Howard Susman, Coxman. Dana Chaney Bob Scholl, Fred Boss, Steve Raznick. Steve Rosenthal, Ken Hayes, Dave Anderson. Bob Sanborn. f Q. Baseball SCOREBAORD Loyola lLAl CSU Northridge CSU Northridge Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona USC USC Loyola lLAl Westmont UCLA Chapman Santa Clara Santa Clara CSU San Diego CSU San Diego CSU San Diego Cal Poly SLO CSU San Jose CSU San Jose CSU San Jose CSU Northridge University of Pacific University of Pacific University of Pacific Opponent 6 6 2 8 5 5 10 5 4 10 9 6 4 10 6 5 6 5 7 0 9 11 4 9 Baseball FRONT ROW Bob Franko Carlos Moreno Dave Kuehn Cris Good THIRD ROW Dick Baldlzan Assistant Coach. Tom Jackson. Assistant Coach. Rich Kevin Boss Saul LeFlore Brian Moulton SECOND ROW Craig Clark Burk Beardsley Mike Patterson Marshall Gates, Tom Edwards, Captain Scott Brown. Welsmann Tom Buckley Jim Gattls Steve Gullottl John Plccone Larry Hold Steve Thompson Tim Terrell Coach Dave Gorrie. Gaucho Baseball .J....... . . -.,.. 1 HW fn .V 5 ,7,, ,. ,, ',,Jf.,.gEh..,', .ea-vii.-Qagi tg' x, ,-' mf.-ul,. iw, fa V . -Y.-J., , 3,5572 ,gi 3,1 2 rT:.?,'. .1 .Lil f. -' '1 , . -..I . , ,, . , . 1- . , . fs,-M .,.-A ,-1 . I Q ., M ,-, 5, Wg, -L. ,v 1: v -, ,xiii-- 1455! 3, , 1.,.-:kg Q-.A.s.afL,-.ul 1- 4 1-'-,. ' ..,1,.f -Hg , 'V 2' ,- 17,1 -. - ,, r -, -- .-M b - , .-,.,T n A Z ,, . - U Y . .,. , ,. -. , . . - . . .,, I , . ' - ' 'W -' Af ff":'.' -A . 1 . . x" . , . " '. Av , :sql -! ,v W Q A ,1 .pm . . ff- , , ,, -v r R, ,Iliff 2 - Q :f-,I.'5?:'2" if e - I ,.. ' . ,A k ' 1.4 '45 L " ug y ' Q.. ' 'Q -QA. ,3 "9 ' .tg- J L I' O SCOREBOARD U5 UCSB Opponent 18 Cal Poly SLO 4 38 Cisco Rugby Club 0 36 USC 6 14 Stanford 6 26 St. Mary's College 14 6 UC Berkeley 12 21 San Diego State 12 1 1 UC Berkeley 15 12 BYU 4 16 Santa Monica Rugby Club 9 9 CSU Los Angeles 3 24 Occidental 6 12 CSU Northridge 4 -Q Rugby-FRONT ROW: Tom Dimmit, Mal Gregory, Al Taylor, Todd Kodet, Fred Dale. Mike Wells, Steve Bellefille. Charley Kaska. David Gill, Nick Dragich, Jim Rogers. SECOND ROW: Denis Ward, Pat Preston, Bob Sweet, Pete McClosky, Rob James, Scott Smith, Steve Dale, Steve Verrillion, Bill Anderson. THIRD ROW: Tom Rosenthal, Tom Mahoney. Bill Laakso, AI Anderson. Pudgy Stuart, Bob Crous. Bill Matheus, Paul Forse. Bob Sternthal, Art Buck, Food Joy. Pat Canfield, Tom Verness, Dave Cross. Jay Sullivan. Pete Raugh. Bill Corlett, Dennis Smith. Glen Killingbeach. Wrestling-FRONT ROW: Sid Jordan. Victor Garza. Dennis Kelley, John Zentner, Martin Del Pozo. David Tom Kenefick, Kevin Fagalde, Craig Eubanks, SECOND Potell, Coach Ken Linn. ROW: Tom McAndrews, Ed McNeel. Jim Maixner, Wrestling SCOREBOARD UCSB Opponent 0 CSU Fullerton 54 30 CSU Northridge 28 3 Cal Lutheran 48 13 Cal Poly Pomona 43 15 CSU Long Beach 36 24 U CLA 31 15 CSU Los Angeles 31 27 UC San Diego 24 15 CSU San Diego 31 21 CSU Hayward 31 12 CSU San Jose 42 5 Stanford 44 1 8 UC Berkeley 32 19 Biola College 25 9 CSU Fresno 45 1 2 CSU Los Angeles 40 22 Cal Lutheran 20 Women's Gymnastics i l s SCOREBOARD UCSB, CSU San Diego, Long Beach City College 3rd UCSB, CSU Long Beach. Los Angeles Valley State 2nd UCSB. Grossmont, San Diego Mesa 1st Regionals. B Division Sam Millbray 3rd on vault 1 "ill, Qwgem ' H , '-z,,,swP" ' ,gf i -H-if-eijil , - ' 7 - liag'i'-l-- Tl 1' V: ei, M ' , r'.'f:-'W F Q mvaegwmigafg . g c W , . me D . 5,5 A , ,- ,,. 4 W: ' xg E m""'A , '-'Lax-grasp, 4 , a.',e,Z,.,:,1.,,,.,, , li if L... - R Women's Gymnastics-FRONT ROW: Jan Wellman, Chris Meisenhelder, Martha Hart Gove. Sam Millberry. Judi Clark, Lindy Ricketts. Cathie King. Patti Galen. SECOND ROW: Coach Nancy Button, Kat fi ' ' :gf 3? 352. : . . X 2,352 ' 119-N M . Page rr .i?5.2-fa C' . .Pell ' ,.f.l-f iss:- 161 -- A V MAL , 5 ' . , 'I' -, Q' ' "1 .elitist ' A' Men's Gymnastics Though the 1972-73 Men's Gymnastics team was definitely a better team than its predecessor. Coach Art Aldritt's group finished off the season with a 3-7 record. A combination of better-than-average competition and a tough schedule resulted in the lower record. but the measurement of the team's ability did not necessarily show up on the scoreboard. Several individual team members made outstanding contributions, including Jim Borg who broke a five-year record with his 9.00 routine on the high bar: Frank Duran, who was the backbone of the team averaging 40 points per meet: and Brian Kolb. who set a new record of 8.95 on the parallel bars. -.1 .3 ...W Men's Gymnastics-FRONT ROW: Steve Mann, Dave Graham, Brian Kolb, Bob Piercy, Corbin Ellsaesser, Assistant Redel. Craig Shaughnessy. Ed Schultz. John Chipman. Captain Frank Duran. Graduate Assistatnt Coach Jim SECOND ROW: Coach Art Aldritt. Captain Jim Borg, Dave Wayman. Hinds, Roger Rapp, Steve Pfarr, Bob Henderson. Howard l 'wi N-'Eli ff" SCOREBOARD USCB Opponent 136.85 CSU Hayward 112.35 138.35 UCLA 149.65 144.25 USC 144.65 127.60 CSU Northridge 148.25 127.60 Cal Poly Pomona 87.10 140.40 CSU Fullerton 154.40 139.20 CSU Long Beach 147.45 137.65 CSU Los Angeles 154.10 137.65 CSU San Diego 67.20 4 1 s Y 0 I 6 3 5 1 1 3 1 1 1 4 You want to get moving And you want to stand still, But lost in the moment Some longing gets filled Joni Mitchell Being a senior? lt's like leaving jail to go to prison. Jim Raney Warren Student Gee, I wish I were out of here. Steve Colley Student Looking back, I remember being told that my college years would be the greatest years of my life. Now, I think, 'Godl If the last four and a half years were my best, what's going to happen in the future?' Jack Friedman Student seniors . . Liz Aarhus castro valley. sociology Marianne Abueg sunnyvale. math Stanley Adams los angeles. psychology Douglas Amstutz bakersfield. econjpoli. sci. Christopher Anderson pasadena. chemical engin Leslie Anderson alamo, comb. social sciences Carol Annis pacifica. history Laura Aranda simi, history Karen Arbino downey, sociology Cass Ariey lafayette, bio. sci.!geol. Ugo Arnoldi santa barbara, poIi.sci. Ruby Ayers oxnard, italian Lynne Azpeitia long beach. english Sylvia Baca oxnard, english James Baker tarzana. film Christine Bales los angeles, comb. soc, sci. Nancy Banker orinda. sociology! anthro, Dean Barnes downey, geography Diane Barnes escalon, speech Sc hearing Robert Barnes escondido. env. bio. Fred Barnhart san bruno. political science Marjory Bates santa barbara, english Janice Beglau fontana. biological sciences John Belden los angeles, nuclear engin. Karen Bender simi valley, cultural anthro. James Bennett los angeles. math William Bergman wilmington. biological sciences John Gary Biddle newport beach, poli. sci. 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'ii' . 1 , ' Q- ' ' " Y " f " ' pvr "f.ze - Basketball, M'en's 160-162 Basketball. Women's 163 Bates, Marjory182 Bauer, Doug"1-02 Baum. Kent 171' Bauman, Pat 98 Baxter,'Jane,1'15,170 Beach Boys, The 38 Beardsley, Richatd 110.1 Beck, Donna 89 Beck. Steven 1 17 Becker Steve 1 Beggar s 176 Steve 86,87 Bender. Karen 182 Bennett, James 182 Berg, Henry 87, Bergman, William 182 Bermudez, Kim 111 Beseda, Scott 96 Betts. Edward 1 16 Biddle, John 182 MN g Bird 1 1 1 ,Q N Birkett, John Coach '162 Bishop. Lynn 98 A Bitzko, Beverly 182 Bjorklund, Kristine 182 Blackford, Candace 115,182 Blackman. Brad 102 Blackmer. Mike 96 Blansfield, Michelle 87 Bleich, Peter 182 Blockley. Stephanie 138 Buchanan. Phillip 183 . Buck. Art 176 Buck. Cathe ' e 115.1834 Buck, LauriH15.116 V Buck, Flon 99 Buckley. John 111 Buckley, Susan 101 Buckley, Thomas 173 Budney. Roger 183 Buell. Laura 163,165 'fii Buell, Pam 139 Bugbee, Thomas 183 Bugg, Nancy 18-8' Bunten. Charles 156 N X - Burdett. Blonnie 109.4 ill. H-.eu 3 Burdick. Charles 164.1836-a Burke, Patricia 183' -7""Tl Burley, Peter 5 ' "jg Bgrgw. Shari 95 . . Buschmann. Susan BushbelFiji:iTBruce.102'1 3.1 . ,N 1 Busse. Darrold 99 , , Bussi. Michael 99 . L. Butler. Diane 183 Butler, Janie 98 . iiBunpn,5r3iancy17s - I C , Cahill, 183 Christensen, Julia 183 Cima. Joyce 109 Clark. Colette 78 V - Clark. Craig 147,173 Clark. Janet 1831 Clar Pamela 92.98 Clar aimsey 51 Clar ,Jim 87,147 Colgate Vicki 101 Colley Steve 181 Collins Gregory 156 Collms,,Judy 183 Collins, Mike 106 Codington, James 1 10 ggorgggmugny Affairs Bow iCbiQhbr's. Stephen A-183 .Consuelo Hall 138--M Coolidge. Christine 98 Cooper. Cathy 77 V Corbett James L83 Cords, Carolyndjgi , Cordsiwlirginia 1' Cdilbitl Bill 1767 COfltf5YQZAQn.1r38,, Cornale. Chris .78 Corriente Hall 1392 U corgntnubelnarfan 1 4' Corwin MiIes'156 Cosi fan, tutte"2'6"' "i' W Cotton, Carolyni1V84, Courtney. Jon 184 ' Crew 172 X Crinklaw,Susan 101' Crose, Christine 184 Crosls Country 1 58- 1 Cross, David,176 f Crear. Thomas'87" V .f-Yiefwv 1, Deutsch. Barbara 92 v Diamond. Eve 1384 1.1 Diamon Jeff'l'10 'S' DiGius D6.C8l'Qljo7f oi Meglio. Jams 1,84""W Dimmit,Tom11j,,, -V Dingler. Robert 96 1 Dining Commons 14071 Dodd. Deborah 113.184 Dods. Liz 139 , .. Dolby. Susan 107 Doty, Ed Coach 167 Dougherty. Sharon 137 Douglas, William 0. 51- Downey, Qan"96,97 Downgylpliana 1t1 ,---Doyle, Bob 96,97 Dragich. Nick 176 Dueker. Phil-1-84 Duffany, Maureen 184 Duffy. Lvnn..1a15.184 Dunn, Allison 113.139- Dunne. Stephen 1,02 Duran, Frank 179 E . , , .... ,,:.,g1.,t , V .ik E'a9an.iDennis 102 . t ..Eaton,,Annabelle'184 ig-users. 'David 1 17 -Educatiomie-67 Edwards.. Thomas 1 10117 Blois, Doug 99 Bogart. Humphrey 69 Boise. Barbara 170 Bonderman, Shari 139 Boniface, Christine 163.182 Borchers. Janet 182 Borg.James 179,182 Borgeson. Tom 99 Borgstrom, Karl 93 Boss. Fred 172 Boss. Kevin 173 Bothwell. 5k7i W5EE Eh O7 44-47 Laurie 95 Robin Steve n Crouse,'Bob 1 7'6lW Cuddyre. Tab 102 Cullen, Carol 138,-184 'a184 162 Cunningham. Kathleen 1 13 Cunningham. Lorna 184 Nyna 11331138 Ronald 184 E'ffectYof'Gal'nrna Rays on Man inthe Moon 21 Egan. Denny-98 .... Ehrlich, Paul 50 Eickman, Cindy 184 Eilau, Patricia 1 15 Eldridge. Carol 101 Ellis. George 169 Ellis. Jeffrey 87 Ellsaesser. Emerson, Judy Emerson, Tal 89 James 1 10 Michael 1 Brett aiz. Fuad 184 ank, Debora 163 arrington. Phyllis 101 elman, Ira 184 edle, Judy 184 erman, Mike 111 erreira. Rich 96.97 etter. David 159 iedler, Janet 95 iedler, Patricia 184 indley, Cathy 101 inn. Melinda 87 irth. Laura 170 ischer, David 184 isher, Susan 184 lanagan, Tyrone 116 leming, Burt 80 leming, Sarah 163 onda, Jane 48 ong, Judy 184 oreman. David 164 orman, James 99 orse. Paul 176 oster, Catherine 185 oster, Mark 185 oster, Susan 102 rame, Karen 98 ranco. Bob 173 rankie 81 the Rumpkins 147 rankforter. Molly 98 rantz,Jim -167 raysher, Janet 185 reas, Sue 185 reed, Michael 55,185 reeman, Ricardo 73 riedman, Robert 116 riedman, Jack 181 roehlich. Clyde 185 ugit. Amy 101 ulco, Jorge 99 ull. Grace 80 urman. Michael 111 G adsden. John 116 alaviz, Jose 185 alen, Patty 178 allup. Davia 95 ames, William 185 ammelgard. Kathryn 113 ammon. Chris 156,171 arretson. Steven 164 arvey. Julia 107 arza, Victor 177 ates. Marshall 173 attis, James 173 aye, Tom 96,97 ayle. William 159 azdecki, James 99 eary, Dana 163 ee, Lily 139 elhaus,Judith 185 entry, Brad 164 ertz, David 185 euss. Sandy 159 eweke, Deborah 1 13 hitterman, Jody 101 ibson, Stephen 169 iles, Dana 98 ilgamesh 29 ill. David 176 ill, Sue 1 15 illane. Paul 80 illio, Laura 185 illis, Karen 185 illooly. Jack 185 in. Bob 99 ingold. Sam 99 ira. Robert 185 Gist, Margie 185 Glaser, Wendy 139 Glass, Douglas 159 Gleason. Lindell 170 Glick. Jeffrey 185 Gluck. Kedra 98 Goldberg. Mark 185 Gomer, Dale 185 Good, Chris 173 Gooder, Liz 109 Gorby. Robert 185 Gordon, Don 96 Gordon, Mike 86.87 Gorrie, Dave Coach 173 Goslar's Pantomine Circus 28 Gould, Lindsay 185 Gove, Jan 178 Graeser. Richard 185 Graham, Howard 179 Grant.Joanie 162 Grant. John 43,54 Grauberger, Linda 95 Gray. Carolyn 55 Gray, Marsha 185 Gray, Paul 156.171 Greeks 90-1 17 Green, Clixie Gregory, Barbara 185 Gregory. Gerald 164 Gregory, Glenn 185 Gregory. Mel 176 Gribble, Luther 185 Griessen, Fred 1 1 1 Griffin, Andrea 95 Griffin, Carol 95 Griffin, Kevin 171 Grinnell, Jeff 96 Grounds. Terry 102 Gruenberg,Joel 185 Gruenberg, Robert 111 Guillot, Sandra 109,185 Gullotti, Steven 147,173 Gumer, Jeff 1 11 Gumper, Jeff 1 11 Gunn-Smith. Gary 1 11 Gutierez, Joe 99 Gutierrez, Carol 185 Gutierrez, Joe 93 Gymnastics, Men's 179 Gymnastics. Women's 178 H Haas,Jeff111,167 Hagler. Debbie 139 Hahn, Bruce 102.159 Haight, Abby 43,87,131 Hall, Genae 166,185 Hall, Suzette 101.185 Hall, Tom 147 Halpern, Mitchell 167 Haman, Abigail 107 Hambleton, Robert 167 Hamilton. Susan 185 Hammer, Carol 138 Hammett, Bruce 116 Hanby, Kathy 165 Haney, James 1 11 Hannan, Joe 93,111,206 Hansen, Melissa 109 Hanseth, Jay 162.164 Hanson, Bill 110 Hargreaves. Tom 169 Harold. Steve 185 Harper, Chris 92,107 Harris. Jill 87 Harris. Patricia 98 Harry, Regina 185 Hart, Donald 111 Hart, Martha 178 Harth, Catherine 185 Hartman, Heidi 165.185 Harvey. Lorraine 139 Hassebrock, Barbara 101 Hasten. Richard 186 Hastie, Donald 186 Hastrup, William 110 Hatchett, Joely 167 Hatlen, Theodore Prof. 19 Haufler, Steven 171 Hates, Ken 172 Hayes, Linda 113 Hates. Mark 99 Hays, Marlene 186 Haywood. William 171 Head, Marcia 115.186 Heady, Robert 186 Heath, Deborah 186 Heiner, Jon 87 Heisen, Paula 139 Henderson, Robert 179 Henderson, Robert P. 186 Hentschke, Dan 87 Hernandez,John 186 Hernandez, Richard 55 Herr, Karen 186 Herr, Kathleen 186 Hesch, Nancy 95 Hewes, Anthony 81 Hewitson, Nancy 81 Hewlett, Gretchen 208 Heyden, Larry 186 Higginbottom. Linda 95 Hilken, Martha 186 Hill. Dennis 186 Hill, Patricia 186 Hiller. Risa 186 Hinds. Dave 179 Hirshberg,Joanne 186 Hisatomi, Marilyn 186 Hixon. Mark 80,186 Hobson, Kevin 186 Hobson, Nancy 138 Hobson, Priscilla 109,186 Hodge, Becky 109,166 Hoellwarth. Kristina 186 Hoernlein, Terri 186 Hoffman. Joan 186 Hoffman, Howard 99 Hogaboom, Kathleen 101 Holcomb,Juliette 186 Hold, Larry 96,173 Holmes. Ken 102 Holzer. Mike 96 Honeybears 78.79 Hoshida. Mike 156 Hot Tuna 35 Houghton. Bobbi 170 Houghton. Chuck 170 Houlemard. Michael 55 Houston. Kim 107 Howard, Randy 186 Hoyt, Pamela 95 Huddleson. Marsha 95 Hudson, Jeff 1 10 Hudson. Nanette 98 Hughes, Charter 111 Hughes, Doug 99 Hughes. Glenn 159 Humfreville, Ellen 186 Humphrey. Susan 92.113 Hunt. Jeanne 186 Hunter, Idell 78 Hunter.John111,186 Hussey, Gayle 95 Hutcherson, Bobby 36 lino. Steve 162 lmrie, John 1 10 Ingham, K, 119 ln Memoriam 204,205 lnterfraternity Council 93 Intramurals 142-153 lrion. Charles 186 Isaac, James 186 Isla Vista 119-135 lsla Vista Women's Center 52 53 Italian Club 81 J Jackson. Anita 186 Jackson. Jennifer 98 Jackson. Leslie 163 Jackson, Marty 186 Jackson, Terrance 102 Jackson, Thomas 173 .., .- A ,,-- ,-Draw. 1 we '- .F J , .ng 'S v '1 5 ,W gm , A 5 f, 551, 1 2 - f J - V -f-A., ws vi W '5- B ' WMV f M,,,.. A.. - 4 . ' ' rf "sf I . , -'fr H 512+ age -, , 'Q , ,bww ,N f 1, E- . . ., A . ' f . "FV ' ' ' if. ffiwi' f 1' , ' . . ' Q f"' 5".1 " . .,-win . , S , - V, 1 M35 ' lxffm, , ' . vm. . We Y MQ gf ,, 'if I . -8' 'sw H , , , . Q. .Giga 34,31 ,in if 1 fi? .f 9 if X-.f-,,,w -f A 2 L: 3 1 ,J , 1 x V W 7 2 r f ' ,, llw sw r """LF ' .V Q T, is ,A ,dwg 1 E? ' F .Q 10. 5 -fy. ' .. ' A Aw r' v - J." 'L -1 'A 1 - AN J. -f--'Q 1 Q f ,lg ., ' ' f -' '- . vw 1 W -, E H ,, "' A .e ' gilt 'MF- f " A '. .ar ,F Qi- 1 v 555 x 7:15 -"W 1' ,fa ,, qw- YJ'-gy. X psf, N Q -1 'fi 1 Q1 l. Knorr, Beth 95 Koch, Chris 102 Kodet. Todd 176 Koester, Kathleen 113 Kokes, Rosemary 187 Kolb, Brian 179 Kossyta, Kiki 139 Kottke, Leo 34 Kovalcheck, Patricia 187 Kovtun, Merle 187 Kresse, Walt 1 10 Kridl. Jean 78 Krische, Karen 139 Krisinger, Deborah 187 Kristofferson, Kris 36 Kuehn, Dave 96,97,173 Kuhn,James 116 Kuhns. Nellene 115 Kulander, Gwen 19 Kulvin. Jody 1 13 Kulvin. Lori 1 13 Kulvin, Nancy 113,187 L Laakso, Bill 176 Laborde, Mark 99 La Cumbre Staph 206 La Gory, Carmen 95 Lakin, Neil 187 Lambda Chi.Alpha 96,97 Lambros, Melissa 187 Landreth, Artha 187 Lane, Patricia 187 Lang, Peter 102 Langstaff, Gordon 187 Lansdon, Patrick 1 10 Larkins. Greg 93.96.97 Larsen, Mark 187 Larson, Scott 87 Laum, Kristine 95 Laurel 81 Hardy 68 Law, Kevin 169 Law, Keven M. 159 Leavitt. Cathie 187 Lee, Jerry 162 Leenhouts, Wyn 78 Le Flore, Saul 173 Legislative Council 54,55 Leimbach, John 96 Leland, Bonnie 101 Lemman. Barbara 109 Leon, Rose 139 Leonards, Jan 95 Le Roy, Steve 96,1 13 Lester,Jean 187 Levin. Sue 163 Lev-On, Perry 159,187 Levy, Barbara 98 Lewin, Russ 63 Liddy, Oscar 1 1 1 Light, Lorene 139 Lindsay. Clare 80 Linn, Ken Coach 177 Little Emo 81 Co. 39 Little. Michael 187 Livingston. Cecil 169 Lloyd-Butler, Mary 138 Lock, Brady 102 . Logan,Jim 156,171 Lohmann, Janet 187 Long, Edward 187 Loquaci. Stephen 187 Lord, Marilyn 81 Lorden, Robert 54 Lorimer. Valerie 106 Losh. Nancy 87,187 Lotham, Ralph 111 Loucks, Anne 170 Lounsbury, Steven 169 Love, Barbara 1 15 Lovett, James 80 Low, Walt 99 Lowe, Angelina 1 13 Lucas, Glenn 187 Lucas. Susan 187 Ludekens, Ron 156,171 Ludy, Perry 162 Luhr, Kathryn 109 Luick, Barbara 170,187 Luidema, John 111 Luken, Kathleen 187 Lyding, Rick 96,97 Lyons, Darrelle 162 M Macabitas, Marlyn 188 Macha, Cindy 95 Mac Turk, Elaine 188 Macy, Mike 169 Madden, William 111 Maeno, Alice 188 Magee, Binkie 166 Magetti, Martha 101,138 Maguire, Patricia 188 Mahoney, Tom 176 Mainland, Timothy 119 Majxner. Jim 177 Mann, Carol 188 Mann, Stephen 179 Manset, George 167 Mapes, Stephen 188 Marholin, Jan 115,188 Marigolds 21 Mark!Almond 37 Market Day 40,41 Marks, Debby 1 13,138 Maron, Robert 188 Marsh, Janice 188 Marsh, Kathryn 188 Martin, Glenn 99 Martin, Marilyn 188 Martinich, Gary 102 Martinich, Richard 102 Marx, Groucho 69 Matheus, Bill 176 Mathews, Nancy 109 MayaIl.John 35 Mayers, Karen 95 Maynard, Lawrence 188 Mc Andrews, Thomas 177 Mc Cart, Karen 98 Mc Closkey, Pete 50,176 Mc Coy, Katie 132,133 Mc Coy, Mac 132,133 Mc Coy, Terry 1 16 Mc Cray, Stephen 5,89 Mc Daniel, Kimberly 187 Mc Diarmind, Mick 99 Mc Givern, Peter 102,159 Mc Gonagle. Cindy 188 Mc Govern, Terry 49 Mc Gregor, Sandra 188 Mc Guire, Dan 99 Mc Laren, Nancy 139 Mc Mahon, Barry 169 Mc Michael, Olivia 188 5 ffl-QQL iii' 5118? Mc Millian, Patricia 188 Mc Namara. Patrick 188 Mc Neel, Ed 177 Mc Nichols, Jamie 106 McOuad, Wendy 115 Mc Roberts, James 188 Mc Shane, Matthew 164 Mc Vicker, Aaron 143 Meade, Catherine 80,188 Mee. Gus 164 Mee. S. George 121 Mehlman, Marc 188 Meisenheimer, Mark 110 Meisenhelder. Chris 178 Mejia, Richard 188 Men's Flag Football 146,147 Merritt. Ann 188 Messing, Pamela 109 Meyer, Jack 96 Meznarich. Donna 188 Mezzetta, David 147 Miche, Joan 115 Micheli. Steven 171 Michky, Marianne 115 Mikowicz. Edward 110,188 Millberrg, Sam 178 Miller. Barbara 101 Miller. Dee 107 Miller, Lance 167 Miller. Nancy 188 Miller Rick 96 Miller, Susan 188 Miller. Susan T. 107 Mills. Andrew 206 Mills. Lou Ellyn 127 Minotto. Linda 188 Miranda. Penelope 188 Mirkovich. Mark 156.171 Mitchell, Jim 96 Mitchell. Joni 63,181 Mitchell. Linda 95 Mitchell. Pam 106.161 Mock, Carol 87 Moehlman, Annie 188 Mohr. Cathy 163 Montagna. Ernest 1 10 Moore. Lynn 115.166 Moore. Virginia 101 Moran. Anne 188 Moran. Neil 87 Morasch. Tricia 95 Morecraft, Lynn 188 Moreland. Jennifer 163 Morely, Greg 119 Moreno. Antonio 99 Moreno. Carlos 99,173 Morgan. Susan 109 Morias, Pam 107 Moro, Gerry Coach 169 Morris, Mary 106 Morrow. Quenby 92,98 Moseby. Mike 96 Moulton, Brian 173 Mueller, Cheryl 139 Mueller. Gaye 188 Muirhead, Keith 110 Muirhead, Richard 110.188 Mullens, Christine 188 Muller. Gail 189 Munkelt, Stephen 189 Muntean. Dirk 156 Mu Phi Epsilon 81 Murphy, Linda 81 Murphy, Lynda 189 Myers. Nancy 106 Mykles, Donald 189 Myrabo. Laurie 109 N Nakashima, David 80,189 Nash. Roderick Dr. 69 National Theatre of the Deaf 29 Navarro, Daniel 189 Neal. Christina 189 Neil. Steve 99 Nelson. Don 156 Nelson,Jan 101 Neumann. Betty 98 Newby, Candace 163,189 Newlon, Holly 92.109 Newsome, Carmen 189 Newton, Jeff 99 Newton, Mark 156,171 Ng,Judith 189 Niblock, Michael 189 Nickloff, Diane 1 15,170 Nickolas, Chrystal 1 15 Niederman. Fred 87 Nigro, Katherine 1 13 Nixon, Bert 87 Nizumura.Al156 Noel, Terese 115 Norris. Karen 101 Nourse. Pamela 189 Nuffer. Sheryll 1 13 O O'Brien,Janet 139 O'Connell. Mark 156 O'Connor, Katy 101 O'DonneIl.James 111 O'Hearn. Barbara O'HoIlaren. Robert 99.189 Okasaki. Bob 137 Okuma. Marcia 139 Oldacre, Skip 110 Olson, Debbie 101 Olson. Janet 107 Olson, Rex 102 Oltmann, Hank 96,97 Olzak. Lynn 189 0'Neill. Kevin 167 Ong. Michael 189 Orchard, Kris 113 Orchard, Rick 102 Orcutt, Robert 189 Organic Gardening 122,123 Orlando. Michael 110 Orlando. Timothy 189 Omer. Susan 1 15 Orr, Pamela 189 Orth. Pamela 115 Ostrom, Paula 189 Otanez, Gilbert 189 Otani, Suzanne 189 Otto. Douglas 189 P Padway. Larry 87 Page. John 189 Palmer, John 189 Pananides, Gloria 189 Panhellenic Council 92 Panovich, Kathleen 98 Pappas. Kathryn 139 Pappenfus, Karen 95 Pareto. Cindy 109 Parker, Sara 81 Parrish. Bill 156 Partridge, Joyce 106 Pasternak. James 99 Pates. Patricia 189 Patronite. Janice 189 Patterson. Deborah 189 Patterson. Janet 189 Patterson. Mike 96.173 Patterson. Sandra 170 Patterson, Timothy 189 Patton. Gregory 167 Pauls, Dianne 170 Pearson. Karin 189 Peat. Ronald 189 Pellecchia, Gary 1 16 Pelton. Susanne 189 Pena. Al 137 Pena, Emiliano 189 Pendleton. John 68 Penn, Stephanie 190 Perea, Ricardo 190 Perez, Timothy 190 Perino. Anne 139.166 Perkins, Katherine 95 Persinger, Wendy 106 Peter. Joan 139 Petersen, Donald 190 Peterson, Craig 99.190 Peterson, Giles Coach 167 Pettitt, Leslie 170 Pfarr, Steve 96,179 Pham. Bo Van 190 Phi Delta Theta 102.103 Phillips, Margaret 190 Phillips. Michael 190 Photo Credits 207 Phi Sigma Kappa 99 Piantoni. Beth 107 Piatek, Lynn 190 Pi Beta Phi 114,115 Pieone, John 173 Piercey. Bob 96.179 Pierson, Timothy 190 Pinson, Harley 190 Piper, Patricia 109 Polomik, Barbara 190 Poore, Bonnie 115 Popovich, Andrew 1 1 1 Porter. Jeffrey 190 Ports, Martin 147 Posella. Karyn 190 Pospisil. Gail 98 Pospisil. Leslie 98 Post. John 110 Postolka, Roger 99 Potell. David 177 Poure, David 169.190 Powell, Roberta 190 Powell, Tom 102 Prager, Larry 99 Preston, Pat B. 176 Preston. Patricia L. 109 Ptak. Pamela 109 Pursell, Carroll Prof. 63 Puryear, Russ 96.97 200 i ' . .- 11, - ' a A--.Ll - - :A fu siiwrw, 1 It it, , Y ws- ,wif ,W-el, 3, ,gs - 4 ..- JI m"""f "" A, utnam, Thomas 99 O. uart, Cheryl 190 uinn, Cindy 95 uinn. Neil 156 R abin, Melanie 115 Rabinov, Jill 138 Raddue, Nancy 190 Radford,John 162 Radley, Martin 159 Radovich. Scott 96,97 Ragan, Peggy 107,190 Ramser, Wanda 190 Randall, Don 156,171,190 Randolph, James 155 Rapp, Roger 179 Rarig. Nick 169 Raugh, Pete 176 Rawicz, Barbara 109 Raznick, Stephen 172 Razzeto, Thomas 169 Ready, Bill 99 Reagan, Ronald Governor 58 Rector. Dennis 16,110,162 Rector, Kenneth 1 10 Reddan, Jeff 164 Redel, David 179 Qt-HAH , . 'TA WV k X Ar-,H ' 5 - ,,.,,Annc . V .ri- Redinger, Peter 117 Reeder, Claudia 190 Reetz, Joan 77 Reid. Judy 92,98 Reid. Marilyn 98 Reyburn, Teri 138 Reynolds, Chris 165 Richards, Lisa 165 Richards. Thomas 190 Ricketts. Lindy 178 Rieger,Gail139 Rimer, Skip 87 Rintoul, James 190 Riordan, Mary 92,101,190 Ritchie, Kathleen 190 Robbins, Robin 190 Roberts, Barbara 115 Roberts, Jon 164 Robertson, Raymond 190 Robertson, Rob 1 11 Robinson, Mark 190 Robinson, Terry 99 Rodriguez, Martha 138 Rogal, Gail 98 Rogers,Jim 176 Rogers. Kathleen 190 Rosa. Marina 107.190 Rose, Gary 110,190 Rosenkrantz, Jill 101 Rosenkrantz, Lois 190 Rosenquist, Rick 156 Rosenthal. Stephen 172 Rosenthal. Tom 176 Rossi, Patrizio 81 Rothstein, Rusty 139 Rowland, Rick Coach 156,171 Rowse. Randy 96 Rugby 176 Ruhm. Liz 106 Ruiz, Jackie 95 Russell, Anne 107 Russo, Al 102 Russum, Jacquelyn 166,170 Rye, Vern 99 S Sadasky, Toby 190 Saecker, Rosalie 170 Sakai, Wesley 190 Saldin, Joan 138 Salontay, Kristen 191 Samarron. Paula 191 Sanborn, Robert 172 Sanders, M. 97 Sanderson, Kay 81.191 Sanson, Scott 191 Sany, Rick 171 Sapp, Brenda 163,165 Sapp, Laurie 92 Savenor. Alan 87 Schaafs, Andrew 191 Schachter, Robert 162,191 Schaefer, Mary 191 Schallheim,James191 Scharff, Laura 191 Schatzman. Donna 139 Schaukowitch. Frank 147 Schindler, Kathryn 109,191 Schlesinger, Sheldon 191 Schlosser, John 191 Schneider, Teri 98,139 Schoendube, Robert 169 Scholl, Robert 172 School for Scandal 24 Schott, Chris 109 Schrager, Michael 191 Schubert, Mark 93 Schultz, Ed 179 SchuItz,Janet 191 Schumacher. Mary 191 Schumann. Mark 159 Schwab, Lawrence 1 17 Schwartz, Andrea 98 Schwecke, Donna 107 Schwider, Jean 138 Scolieri, Charles 169 Scott, Dianne 191 Seager. Robert 191 Seargeant, Joanne 95 Seidman, Corinne 191 Seki, Glenn 206 Seniors 180-193 Sexton, John 11 1 Shaber, Sydney 101 Sharpe, Karyn 109 Shattuck, Toni 81 Shaughnessy, Craig 179 Shaw, Terry 101 Shelton, Becky 92,109 Sheriff, Mae 101 Shiach. Jeanne 101 Shields. David 191 Shields, Marilyn 191 Shrader, Edwin 167 Sikich.John 191 Sigma Alpah Epsilon 117 Sigma Chi 1 10 Silver, Joan 98 Silvera, John 156,171 Silverman, Henry 86.87.191 Silvestria, Mario 1 16 Simmerman, Terry 143 Simmons, Scot 171 Simpson, Deborah 98,166 Sims. Marsha 81 Skinner, Janet 98 Skinner, Sherry 92,107 Slater, Deborah 101,163 Slouber, Katherine 191 Small. Smith. Smith Smith Sm ith Smith Sm ith Smith 1 Sally 191 Barbara 191 Dennis 176 George 48 .Jackie 95 Laury 96,97 Marcy 101 Nancy 95,191 smamf Sally 191 Smith . Scott 176 Snipper, Kenneth 191 Snooks. Mimi 89 Snyder, Wayne 169 Snyder, Eric 99 Solomon. Judity 191 Soule,Jane 109 Spaw. Ed 164 Spencer, Carolyn 1 13,191 Spencer, Bill 169,191 Sperberg, Rick 156 Sports 154-179 Spring Dance Concert 23 Springer, Joan 101 Sproul, Peter 1 1 1 Sprv. Suzan 109 Spuck. Suzanne 191 Stablefurd, Sheilah 129 Stanbury, Corey 171 Stanley, Sheila 191 Stannard, Ginger 101 Stanton, Bud 96.97 Staschower, Judy 95 Staschower, Roni 95 Statler, Lindsey 191 Statler. William 191 Steigely. Randy 156 Stein. Alan 93,116 Sternthal, Bob 176 Sterrett. Jane 192 Stevens, Mark 192 Stevens. Thomas 192 Stewart. Bonnie 95 Stewart. David 192 Stewart. Ken 102 Stewart, Lynn 166 Stitt, Carole 106 Store, Astrid 109 Stout. Ron 102 Strain. Laura 98 Streed, Margaret 95 Stroud, Tom 102 Stuart. Pudgy 176 Stuart, Sheils 1 15 Sturges. Mark 102 Suess, Stephen 192,206 Sugerman, Mike 88,89 Sullivan, Jay 176 Summeril, Andrea 192 Sundstrom. Linda 109.192 Surf Team 80 Susman, Howard 172 Sutherland, Anne 87 Suwara, Rudy Coach 164 Swander. Homer Prof 72 Swendsen.Jan 163 Swartfager, Jerry 102,192 Swartfager, Roger 102 Swearingen, Carrell 1 10 Sweet. Bob 176 Swimming, Men's 171 Swimming. Women's 170 Symphony Orchestra 30-31 Szerwo. Joe 158.169 T Tacoma, Shirley 95 Takahashi,Jean 192 Talman, Debbie 91 Tartuffe 25 Taylor. Al 176 Taylor. Julia 192 Taylor. Patti 80 Temple. Margaret 192 Tennis, Men's 167 Tennis. Women's 166 Terrell, Tim 173 Theme 6-17 Theta Delta Chi 1 1 1 Thielemeir, Margaret 101 Thomas, Lissa 101 Thompson. Anthony 192 Thompson, Steve 173 Thornton, Fergus 96 Thorson, Erik 5 Thost, Erika 192 Thrailkill, Thomas 192 Thurston, Jon 192 Thurston, Pam 101 Tillman, Sue 113,192 Tisdale, Mary Beth 192 Toatley. Edward 192 Tomaich. Joan 192 Tomlinson. Alice 165 Toms, Marion 166 Topper. Darcy 192 Torchia, Carol 95 Torres. Tony 93,99 Townsend, Jeffrey 1 59 Toy, Shirley 192 Track 168.169 Tran, Khanh 192 Traphagen,Jan 192 Travis. Laura 81 Troedson, Mary 1 13 Tuazon. Renato 1 10 Twogood, Dan 171 Tyner, Mark 192 U Underfurth. Lloyd 125 Upton. Susan 109 Urban. Gene 156 Uribe. Constance 192 Utsumi, Christine 115.192 Uyeno, Ted 80 V Valenzuela. Catherine 166 Valenzuela, Stephen 192 Vallee. Mike 80 Van Buskirk, Scott 99 Vandegrift. Christine 192 Vander Ark. Marsha 192 Van Tuyl, Gwen 192 Van Tuyl, Kennth 192 Van Vranken. Richard 192 Vautherot, Cindy 192 Venattaa. Sharon 95 Vergari. Maria 192 Vergari. Nina 1 13 Verness, Tom 176 Verrillion. Steve 176 Vigoren. Robert 192 Vinh. Nguyen 192 Viviano. Angela 98 Vogel, Andrea 95 Vogt, Elaine 107 Volleyball, Men's 164 Volleyball. Women's 165 Von Bergen, Vicki 78,79 Von Hain, Helmut 159 W Waddell, Joanne 107 Wade, Carole 193 Wafer, Gayle 193 Waggener. Susan 193 Wakefield, Michael 11 1 Walker, Charles 193 Wall, Duane 193 Walsh. K.C. 193 Ward, Denis 176 Ward. Kimberly 113 Warren. James 169.1 81 Watanabe. Pat 101 Water Polo 156.157 Watkins, Paul 159 Watts, Mark 193 Wayman. James 179 Weber. Kris 147 Wehde. Susan 106.166 Weinburger, Paul 96 Weiner. Don 105,143 Weisman. Marlene 101 Weismann. Burk 173 Weiss. Mo 163 Wellman. Katharine 178 Wells, JaneT107 Wells, Michael 176 West. Cynthia 193 West, Shellie 193 West, Steve 171 Wheeler. Frank 193 White, Jack 96 White. Nan 109 White, Stephen 193 Whiteford. Helen 107 Whiteley. Jan 81 Whitworth. Kathleen 193 Wictorin, Cathleen 98 Wiede. Bill 97 Wiggenhorn, Julia 109 Wilcox, Karen 193 Wilcox, Roger 193 Wilkerson. Carla 1 15 Wilkinson. Judith 1 13,16 Williams. Mildred 193 Williams, Robert 193 Williamson: Patricia 107.1 Wilson. Carol 193 Wilson, Dale 193 Wilson. John 98 Wilson, Michael J. 164 Wilson. Michael S. 159 Wimpress. Cecily 109 Winfield, Jeffrey 193 Wingfield. Hershel 1 16 Winthrop, Laurie 95 Wise, Robin 109 Withers. Robert 193 Wolcott. Charles 1 10 Wollenman, Tracey 107 Wollert. Wayne 171 Wonderland. Michael 69 Wong, David 193 Wood. Cynthia 1 13 Woodfield, Nancy 193 Woodson. Rick 169 Worden. Leon 193 Worden. Mark 1 71 Wrench. Dwight 102 Wrestling 177 Wright. Debby 1 15 Wright, Marge 166 Wright, Richard 193 Wright, Roger 1 56 Wynn. Sally 170 Y Yankie, Bill 99 Yarbrough, Renee 193 Yates, Cinda 193 Ybarra, Evelyn 193 Yokoyama, Ray 193 Yoo. Suck-Kyun 193 Yorke. 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I Ed Adams-1 10tr, 144b, 146b, 147b. 150, 151. W. D. Chauvin- 42, 66. Juris Dumpis- 61 b, 64tI, 69r. Kay Dunlap- 206b. Melinda Finn- 87t. Michael Gordon- 58, 59, 61tr. Frank Halberg- 165t, 182. 183. 184. 185, 1 19O,191,192,193. Joe Hannan- 61t, 104tr. Gretchen Hewlett- 53t. 54b, 55r. 60, 65r, 68t, 74tr. 78t, 79b, 84. 85. 88t, 89r, 92b, 199, 201. Emiline Klotz- 13, 68b, 69t8ibl, 75c, 80t, 82l, 86l, 172b. John McGonigle-11t.130,131. Andy Mills- 6, 7t. 88br8il, 89tl, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 124, 125.126, 127.128, 129,132,133,134, 135. Neil Moran- 12tr, 26. 27, 164tr8il. 168, 169tr8il. Al Pena- 145b, 158. 176t8u:. Richard Savage- 94bl. 95r, 98t, 100. 1 12tr, 1 1 Alan Savenor- 36t, 4Ot. 44. Glen Seki- 10t, 21b, 35b, 67b, 156t. 157. 159t. Henry Silverman- 34b. Stephen Smith- 202. Stephen Suess- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7b. 9. 10b, 11b, 15. 16,18,20,21t 22, 23, 24, 25. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. 33. 34t, 35r8mtI, 36bL 37. 38 39. 4Ob. 41. 46. 47, 48, 49, 50. 51 , 52b, 53b8zr, 54t, 55t8mbI, 56 86, 187, 188, 189, 57, 62, 64tr81b, 65t8mbl. 67tl8mr, 70. 71, 72, 73, 74t81cI. cr, 75t81b 76, 78b, 79b, 80b, 81, 82tr81b. 83, 86rt81b, 87b, 90, 92t, 93 84t8ibr, 96, 97, 98b, 99, 101, 102, 103. 104I8Lbr, 105, 106 108,109,110b,111,112b.113.114,115b,116,117.136 139,140,141,142,144t.145t,146tr,148,149,152.153 160, 161. 162t81c, 163, 166, 167,17O,171, 172t, 173. 175, 177t8ic, 178, 179, 180, 194, 196, 197. 198, 200, 203. 205, 206t8ar, 207. 208. W. Swalllng- 74bl. Don Weiner- 156b, 162b,164b, 165b. 169b. 177. Margo Wilson- 147cr. 5t. Eldon Worobieff- 176b. Photo Credits 107 138 154 174 204 So here ends the 1973 LA CUMBRE. I hope it has in some part accomplished its end-to make us step outside ourselves and question why we are here, how we got here, and how we are to remedy our mutual situation. This year has produced many hassles for me, but at the same time, it has given me immeasurable happiness. The book has been produced despite a non-existent staff, Associated Students land their lack of fundingl, and my own strongheadedness. I was warned never to accept second best and I believe that I have succeeded. I hope it has shown through in the book. I know it has shown in my friends and collegues, whom I now thank. For those who made my life livable: To Ricardo-My main man, who has lent support and given me more knowledge of life and human nature than anyone else. His insights and insults lintentional and otherwisel kept me sane amid insanity and allowed me to believe in myself. I love and respect him. To Michele-I thank her for her unending sympathy, outrageous humor, and her loyalty to our friendship, and To Chris-her first husband-who suffered me through more rainy days than he ever should have had to. And naturally To Henry-For his funny smile, his foolish fondness for dogs, and his generally insane humor which allowed for a touch of the absurd, I thank him. Though he may want it kept a secret, I feel we are friends. For those who helped to assemble the book: To Joe-For his magic with Greeks. To John-For his ability never to show up. To Glenn-For the work he did before he left. To Andrew and Louie-I thank him for his genius, her for her fine artistry, and both for their unorthodox view of everything and everybody. And, of course To Stephen-My finely tuned artist who drained my energy several times over feeding his insatiable ego. Sometimes obnoxious, occasionally lovable, and always delightful, he kept me on my toes all year. Despite his threats of forced psychoanalysis and our occasionally incompatible wills, the book was produced and further could not have been done without him. I now publicly thank him and affirm my appreciation for him. Finally, I want to thank those who have helped me through life this year-Joe Kovach and John Zant lboth of whom l too often ignoredl, Shirley and Dale Hewlett lwho will undoubtedly claim the samel. Joanne Hyde, Terry Simmerman, Ken Krall, Chris Karlene, Doug Connor, Patty Worthen, Kathy Warde, Lisa Turner, Sharon Dougherty, Debbie Talmage, and lastly, the woman who helped me define my own spirit-Joni Mitchell. gretchen a. hewlett editor, 1973 x A Z492' xi I 'f - f 'ff . s , ish va ff f .- '41 .f 51.537 ' All P M .YF 2 ..,, 1, fry' Asia, - -142,-,'14ff: iff' of 'aria 'ijmfvf fy! i fl L .F W Q' ,- rid, ..,.f ,-- -. '.ff.g',"..: ' I X 2L'4"',j,s' L5 W -' 1 -.Jef 3 V . ,mf Iiigzy, A . 'V I fy- ff. ?.2?fzf:f fifleags ,af iv,-J -, 4641? :1 ':V',L:'29l . X V' 37521. Ji " fi' E ' 5:14, V. 1 ' 'fri if, Iliff, 5-. I. f QI, 9 'lj' M gffu ,1 V f!6:' jf X! Zi '91 oi ,gilt I5 li 1 ,r 3. I1 1. Q92 Q i5f6g',,:j, ' ,X ' ' ff A ,f, ln, 'Q' 124 ' ! 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