University of Hawaii Honolulu - Ka Palapala Yearbook (Honolulu, HI)

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k •1 " ».• ' •• • •% k a. ' 5 b paldpdia 195J VOLUME XXXVII PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ka pdlapdh i ARTHUR SHIDA editor MARJORIE MORI business manager KOOJI MURAYAMA RICHARD TATSUYAMA art editors WILLIAM DAVENPORT advisor Contents classes student administration administration features athletics activities organizations nd papa l ADAP. GLORIANA AHIN. ALBERTA AIU, ALMA AKAKI. HOY AKAMINE, THEODORE T. Honolulu, Oahu Hilo, Hawaii Kailua. Kauai Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu T. C. T C— Art-Sec. A S -Hist. B A — Mdse. B A —Mdse Music Club— Pi Alpha Ke Anuenue 4; Ka Leo 2; Music Club. Newman Club 1, 2. 3, 4,- Pan-Pacilic 3, (Ch.) 4; A Capella Choir. Ka Leo (Bus. Mgr.) 3; Siqma Lambda 4; Arnold Air Society 4. AKIMOTO, BERNICE Koloa, Kauai T C— Pre, Sch.-Prim, AKIYAMA. HARUO Maunaloa, Molokai Aqr — Gen, AKIYOSHL RUDOLPH S. V ahiawa, Oahu B A- — Banking and Fin, AKI. MYRTLE PIILANI Honolulu, Oahu T C — Sec, BODF 1; Pub, Rel. (Ch) 3; A Capella Choir (Pres.) 3; ROTC Sponsor 4, AKI, PAUL FUMIO Hawi, Hawaii A iS S — Zoo Hui O Haumana 3, 4 % AMAKI. FLORENCE AMBO, STANLEY T. AMIOKA. RONALD ANBE. NATSUO Honolulu. Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Wailuku. Maui T, C— Elem. B. A.— Mdse. App. Sc— Civil Engr App, Sc, — Civil Engr Gamma Chi Sigma 2, 3. 4. Ka Palapala 3, 4; Engr, Club 1, 2, Arnold Air Society 3, 4; ASCE 3, 4. Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4. ANZAI. MARK Kaaawa, Oahu App. Sc. — Rec. Atherton House 1. 2; Heper Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Lambda 4. AOKI. FUMIE B. Papaaloa, Hawaii Aqr. — Voc. Home Ec. Home Ec, Club 1, 2. 3, {Pres ) AWS (Treas.) 3; UH 4H Club 2, 3, 4; Hui Pookela 4. APAKA, RICHMOND A. Lihue, Kauai A. 6. S — Soc- Aiherton House 1, 2. 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Soci. Club 1 APAKA. WILLIAM, Jr. Honolulu, Oahu A S — Soci APUNA, SAMUEL K., Jr. Honolulu. Oahu A 6. S,— Psych, Kappa Epsilon Theta 1, 2, 3, 4; Saber Chain 4; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4; BODF 1, 2. m AHAGAKI. DORIS Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Home Ec. AKAKI. FLORA Y. Haleiwa, Oahu T. C— Elem, ARAKI. lANE E. Paia, Maui T C— Elem Ka Paiapala 1; TCC 2. ARAKI, MAKOTO Haleiwa, Oahu A S— Psych ARAKAKI. BRUCE Honolulu, Oahu App Sc ARAKAKI. YASUKO Kekaha, Kauai A S— Psych Class Sec. 2; Soci, Club 3, 4, Psych. Club 3, 4. ASATO. GORO ASATO, SATOSHI ASATO, THELMA AU, GILBERT K, O. AZUMI, CHARLES S, Honolulu, Oahu Kailua, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu A. S,— Chem. B, A,— Mdse, T C— Pre-Sch,-Prim. TCC 1, 3, 4; Or. Lit. Soc. 4, B. A. — Banking Fin. A. S.— Bacl. St % r iF p BADUA, MANUELA A. Ewa. Oahu A. S. — Eng Newman Club, 1. 2. 3, 4, Psych. Club 3. 4; UH Lit Club 3,4; Alpha Omicron 1, 4. BASA, MERCEDES Makaweli, Kauai T C— E!em TCC 1; Alpha Omicron 2, 3, 4- BENNETT, JACQUELYN New York, N Y A, S — Bact Newman Club 4. SOWN. C. WESLEY Honolulu, Oahu T, C— Sec. T, C. Club 1,2,3,4; Soci. Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BRECKENRIDGE, DONNETTE M. Honolulu, Oahu A. S — Soci. Wf BROWN, JESSE Honolulu, Oahu A S— Art BUSH, ELLSWORTH M. Honolulu, Oahu B. A.— Pers. and Indus. Rel. Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Phi Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4. CARSON, PETER Honolulu, Oahu A. d S — Art Kappa Epsilon Theta 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Tri Alpha 4. CENTELO, EMILIA NAVARRO Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc- — Pub Health Nur BUMANGLANG, DAVID Waipahu, Oahu B. A. — Bankmg Fin. Hrnr CHANG. CLARA B. K. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — 5oci, CHANG, CLARENCE H. Honolulu. Oahu B. A— Mdse. Tu Chiang Sheh 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 4. CHANG. HAROLD M. T.. Jr. Hilo, Hawaii A. 6 S.— Hist KEO 1, 2, 3, 4; A House Club I: YMCA 1. CHANG. LORETTA LEI S, L. Honolulu, Oah., T C— Pre-Sch Soci Club 3; Beta Beta Gamma 3, 4. CHANG, ROBERTA Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Soci. Newman Club I, 2, 3. 4: Beta Beta Gamma I, 2, 3, 4, CHANG. WALTER C. Y. Honolulu, Oahu App Sc — Civil Engr Enqr Club 1, 2; A3CE 3, 4; YMCA 3; Newman Club 3 CHAR, LORRAINE Honolulu, Oahu App Sc — Med Tech Med Tech. Club 1, 2, (Sec ) 3, (pres ) 4, Chem Club 1, 2, 3, (Sec) 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Hui Pookela 4. CHAR, WILLIAM KUI. Jr. Honolulu, Oahu A S. — Econ, Pre-Legal Club (V, Pres.) 1; Kappa Epsilon Theta (Sec.) 1; Phil. Club (V. Pres.) 1; Election Com. 1. CHEE. ETHEL KYAU Honolulu, Oahu B A —Off Manag. CHINEN, SHIGERU Honolulu, Oahu A S. CHING, HARRY Ewa, Oahu A S— Psych. A House Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3. CHING, ALBERT T. M. Honolulu, Oahu App Sc. — Civil Engr. Engr, Club I, 2; ASCE 3, 4. CHING, BERTHA B. Honolulu. Oahu T C— Sec TC Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ke Anuenue 2, 3, 4; AWS (Sec.) 3, ROTC Sponsor 3. CHING. ELLEN K. Y. Kaneohe, Oahu App Sc — Home Ec. Ccsmo. Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; New Womens ' Res. (V. Pres.) 3, YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. CHING. LORETTA K. I. Honolulu, Oahu A. S,— Psych. Yang Chung Hui 1, 2, YWCA 1, 2; BOG 3, 4; Hui Pookela 4. 3, 4, CHING. PHYLLIS R. Honolulu, Oahu T. C — Pre-Sch -Prin Home Ec. Club 1, 2: TC Club 3, 4; Cosmo Club 3, 4; YWCA 3. CHING. STEPHEN B. Honolulu. Oahu B A.— Ace. Newman Club 1, 2; Commerce Club 1, 2, CHINNA, TEIII Honolulu, Oahu B. A.— Mdse, 3, 4. CHOCK. THELMA L. K. Honolulu, Oahu T C — Music Te Chih Sheh 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Club. CHOI. GILBERT Y. B. Hcnolulu, Oahu A S — Soci. Soci. Club 4; Social Process CHONG, DOROTHY P. I. Honolulu, Oahu A. 6 S.— Hisl. YWCA-l, 2, 3. 4, CHOY, CHARLES K. W. Honolulu, Oahu B A —Gen. Newman Club 1, 2; Commerce Club 3, 4. CHOY, KWAI FONG Wahiowa. Oahu Agr, — Animal Sc. Aqqie Club 3, 4; Penq Hui 3. 4. CHOY, PHILLIP W. T. Honolulu, Oahu A. S, — Econ- Tu Chianq Sheh 2. 3, 4; Commerce Club 3, 4; Ka Palapala 3. 4. CHONG, LILLIAN Y. S. Honolulu, Oahu A S. — Soci. Soci Club 3, 4; YWCA 2; Newman Club 3, 4, - l iMf CHOY, WALTER W. T. Honolulu, Oahu A, cS S— Psy, Swimming team 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4. CHUN. ALBERT S. C. Honolulu, Oahu B. A— Gen. Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Music Club 3. CHUN. AMOS Agr. — Tech. Hort. Spirit Rally 1. 2. 3, Ka Pap Beauty Pageant 3. CHUN, HENRY BING CHONG CHUN, JANET K. H. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Eng. Lit 1, 2. 3, 4; TG 3, 4. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. TCC 1, 2, Canterbury Club 1; Ka Palapala 3, 4; Yang Chung Hui 1, 2, 3, 4. CHUN, lEANETTE M. G. Honolulu, Oahu A S. — Music Te Chih Sheh 1, 2, 3, 4. Music Club CHUN. RITA Hahimaile, Maui T. C— Sec. Ed. Beta Beta Gamma 1,2, 3, 4; Class Council 3, 4. CHUN, ROBERT Y. D. Wahiawa, Oahu App. So. —Civil Engr. ASCE 3, 4; Engr. Club 1. CHUN. ROSE N. H. CHUNG, PAUL H. C. Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu. Oahu T. C— Elem, Ed. A. 6 S -Gov. UHCF 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Class V. Pres. 3; Hui Pookela 4; Peng Hui 2, 3, 4; Frosh Orien. Soc. Chrmn. 4, Arnold Air Society 3, Jr. Class Council 3. Ka Palapala 3, 4. DANTSUKA, HAPHY H. Honolulu, Oahu B A — Mdse Commerce Club 3, 4: YMCA 3, 4, ly CHUNG, SOO MYUNG Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Med. Tech. CHUNG. WAI MUN Honolulu, Oahu B. A —Bank Fin DIAMA, HERBERT Honolulu, Oahu A. S. CLAGGETT, DONALD AMOS Honolulu, Oahu A S. — Anthro. OLS 3,4; Lit (Assoc. Ed.) 4; Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2; Orchestra 2. DE SILVA, E. BOWEN Hilo, Hawaii A, S S.— Hist DODGE, FREDERIC K. DOI. GRACE DOMINGO, ENCARNACION M. DOTSON, ROBERT E. Honoiuiu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Hawi, Hawan Aiea, Oahu T. C— Elem, Ed. T, C-Sec. Ed. T. C— Sec Ed ICC 3, 4; TCC 1, 2, 3; AWS Council 4, Alpha Omicron 1, 2, 3, (Pres) 4. B, A,— Pers. 6. Indus. Rel EBERLY, DEWEY EGE, JANE EMIL. RUTH ROSE EMILIANO. MANUEL. Ir. ENDOW. MICHIRO Lahaina. Maui Kona, Hawaii Aiea, Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Waialua, Oahu B. A.— Ace. A. S.— Psych. T. C— Pre-Sch. A. S.-Psych. B. A.— Mdse. Saber Chain 3, 4; ASUH Sr, Senator 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4 Wrestling Mgr. I, 2; BOG 3; Commerce Club 1, 3; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Football Mgr. 1, 2. Saber and Chain 3. ENOS. CAROLINE ESTREUA. DOROTHY ETA, HIROSHI EVENSEN, LAURA BOWERS FAOARAGAN. NELLIE Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Ewa, Oahu A. S. — Soci. App. Sc. — Med. Tech. App Sc, — Civil Engr, A, S.— Bol. T- C— Elom Ed. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; ASCE 3, 4; TC Club 1. 2; Soci Club 3, 4; A House 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Omicron 1. 2. Spirit Rally 4. Engr, Club 1, 2, FLORES, BETTY JANE FONG, ELVIN FOOKS. GILBERT FUCHIGAMI, HIDETO FUIIHARA, MINORU Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Cambridge, Mass Honokaa, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Dietetics A. S.— Zoo. A. S.— Psych. Ag[ — Gen. App, Sc. — Med. Tech, Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Hui Lokahi 2, 3, 4,- YMCA 3; UH Swimming Team (Mgr.) Ke Anueanue 2, 3, 4; H Club 1. Vefs Village Club 2, 3, 4 1. 2, 3; Home Ec Club 4, Psych Club 4. 4H Club 1, 2, (Pres.) 3, 4; Saber and Chain 3, 4: Alpha Beta 3, (Pres.) 4. WW FUIIKAMI. DORIS Honolulu, Oahu T C— Elem. Ed. FUJIMOTO, FREDERICK Honolulu, Oahu Agr — Poultry Husb, Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; UH 4H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Beta 3, (Sec.) 4. FUJIMOTO. MITSURO Honolulu, Oahu A. S, — Soci. Soci Club 1, 2. 3, (Pres.) 4. FUIIMOTO. STANLEY Pahala, Hawaii Agr, — Gen. Aggie Club 3, 4: UNIWAl FFA 3, 4. FUIIMORI, TAGUMI Honolulu, Oahu A S w FUIIMURA. TAKUII Honolulu, Oahu A. S— Zoo FUIIWARA. GEORGE M. Hilo, Hawaii A. S. — Soci FUIIYOSHI. TOSHIE Ookala, Hawaii A. 6 S. — Soci Soci Club 4. FUKUHARA, KENJO Honolulu, Oahu B, A.— Bank Fin FUKUMOTO. GEORGE M. Aiea, Oahu A. S.— Chem ASUH Senate 2, 3, 4; BOG member 2, 3; Saber Chain 4; Class Cabinet 2, 3. FUKUMOTO. MAE Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Voc. Home Ec, Home Ec. Club 1, 2. 3, 4; 4-F Club 2. 4; YWCA 1. 2. FUKUSHIMA, TORAKI Honomu, Hawaii B, A.— Bank Fin FURUGEN, WALLACE Kapaa, Kauai B, A,— Gen Commerce Club 3; Hui O Haumana 3. 4, FURUYA. ALBERT T. Honolulu, Oahu B. A.— Mdse. FURUYA, KATHEHINE H. Honolulu. Oahu T, C— Dental Hygiene Dental Hyg. Soc. 1, 2, 3, 4; ICC 3, 4. GERAKAS. ANDREW Honolulu. Oahu B A.— Pers S Indus, Rel. Arnold Air Society 4. GARDUQUE JR.. GABRIEL Honolulu. Oahu B, A— Pers, Indus, Rel GARLICK. DOUGLAS CABLE Auckland, N, Z A, S. — Speech Cosmo. Club GASCON. HELEN C. Honolulu, Oahu Agr — Voc, Home Econ, GIDDINGS. DONALD PAUL Honolulu, Oahu B A —Pers. Indus Rel Track 1. 2. 3. 4; UHRA 4. GOMES. KENNETH D. Honolulu, Oahu A. S.— Psych. Kappa Epsilon Theta 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4: Ka Leo 1. GOMEZ. BLANCHE O. Honolulu, Oahu A S. — Sociology Aloha Week Comm. 4; Ke Anuenue 3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4. GOSHI. HISAE Kohala, Hawaii Agr. — Voc. Home Ec. Home Ec. Club 1. 2, 3, 4; 4H Club 2. 4; YWCA 1. GOSS, ALICE S. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — English Cosmo. Club 3, 4. GOTO. WILFRED T. Wahiawa, Oahu Agr. — Soil Science Aggie Club 3, 4: Alpha Beta 4. HAKODA. KENNETH Holualoa, Hawaii B. A.— Ace. Commerce Club 1, 2, YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-legal Club 1. 2; Soci Club 3. 3. 4, HAMA. KATSUKO KoloQ. Kauai T C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. YWCA 2; Ka Palapala 2. HAMAI, AMY E. Honapepe, Kauai A. S. — Soci. GUSHIKEN, MIEKO Pepeekeo, Hawaii B. A —Ace. Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Poster Committee 3, 4. HAMAMOTO, HOWARD H. Honolulu. Oahu B A — Pers. Indus Rel ASUH Councilor 1, 2; Arnold Air Society 4. HAGEN. DOUGLAS P. Honolulu, Oahu A S.— Chem Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4. V HANAEUSA. REGINALD M. Waianae, Oahu App. Sc — Civil Kngr. ASCE 3. 4; Engr. Club 1, 2. HANNUS. JANETTE MARIE Aiea, Oahu A 6 S— Psych. TG 1.2. 3, 4; Gamma Chi Sigma 3, (Pres.) 4; Psych Club 3, 4. HANZAWA. MYRTLE F. Haiku, Maui B. A.— Off. Manag. Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HAHADA. JAMES Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Civil Engr. ASCE 3, 4. HARADA, TOKIO Paauiho, Hawaii T. C— Elem. Ed. TC Club 1, 2. 3, HARADA. WILLIAM AIJI Lahaina. Maui A. S — Zoo. Meth. Student Fellow 1, 2, Saber Chain 4. HASEGAWA, KENNETH I. Honokaa, Hawaii B A — Mdse Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Heper Club 3, 4. HASEGAWA, TERUO Wailuku, Maui B. A.— Ace. Commerce Club 3, 4. HASHIMOTO, JENNIE Hakalau, Hawaii T. C— Sec. Ed. HAYASHI, EDWARD Waiakoa, Maui Agr. — Voc Agnc. Aggie Club 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 3. 4; UNIWAI FFA 3, (Treas.) 4; Alpha Beta 3, (Treas.) 4. HAYASHI, GLADYS SAYOKO Lahaina, Maui T C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. TCC Club 1, 3; UH Choir 2, 3; Music Club 3; Meth. Stud. Fellow 1. HAYASHI. HARRY Honolulu, Oahu A. S.— Math. YMCA 3, 4; HASHIMOTO, ROBERT Honolulu, Oahu Agr. HAWKSWORTH, LENLEY R. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Soci HAYASHI, HELEN H. Honolulu, Oahu B A.— Pers. Indus. Rel. HAYASHI. ROBERT G. Honolulu, Oahu App, Sc — Med. Tech Aggie Club Med. Tech. Club 2, 3, 4. HEE, ROBERT HONG CHOW Honolulu, Oahu B A —Gen Ka Palapala 3, Peng Hui 1, 2, 3, 4. HEE, RUTH Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Elem. Ed. KEEN. WALTER M. Honolulu Oahu A. S, — Econ. Hui Lokahi 3, 4, BODF 3; Commerce Club 3. HENDRICKSON, LODEMA HIGA. MIYOKO HIGA, NOBOHU HIGA. SHIZUKO HIGAKI, HERBERT E. CIovis, New Mexico T. C— Elem. Ed. Olaa, Hawaii T. C— Pre-Sch. Honolulu, Oahu T. C — Sec. Ed. TCC 1, (Pres.) 2, 3, 4; ICC 2. Honomu, Hawaii A. S. — Soci. Honomu, Hawaii Agr. — Voc. Agnc. Aggie Club UH 4-H Club UNIWAI FFA HIGGINS, JORDAN Honolulu, Oahu A S.— Bot. HINO. AKIRA HINO, HILDA S. HIRAI, DONALD TETSUJI Wailuku, Maui Honolulu, Oahu Wahiawa, Oahu Agr. — Tech. Hort A. S,— Soci App, Sc. — Rec. Arnold Air Society 3, 4, UH Chris. Fellow. 3, 4, Heper Club 1, 2, 3, 4. A House Club 3, 4; Soci Club 3. 4; Aggie Club 3, 4, YWCA 3. Alpha Bela 4. HIHARA. MIEKO Waipahu, Oahu A. S.— Gov. HIRAMOTO, HAZEL A. Honolulu, Oahu T. C-— Elem, Ed. HIRANO, KEI Kaiaheo, Kauai A. S.— Gov. HIRATA, JAMES S. Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Civil Engr. HIRAYAMA, MIYUKI HIRONAKA, YOSHITO Kamuela, Hawaii Mt View, Hawaii T. C— Elem. Ed . App. Sc — Civil Engr. YBA 1, 2, 4; Engr. Club 1, 2, Soci Club 2; ASCE 3, 4; TCC 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4 Cosmo Club 4. HIU, ANNETTE Y. C. Honolulu, Oahu B. A— Ace. Ka Palapala 3; Te Chih Sheh 1, 2, 3, HIU, MURIEL B. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4. HIU. PATRICIA N. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Elem. Ed. HIYAMA. GEORGE H. Hilo, Hawan A. 6r S. — Econ. Commerce Club I, 2, 3, 4, HOKAMA. TAKEO Honolulu. Oahu A, S.— Chem. Chem. Club 2, 3, 4. HONDA, YUKIO A. Lanai City, Lanai A S.— Gov Saber Chain 4, Gov). Fellow, 3, HOLT, MALTBIE HONDA, MADGE HONDA, ROY M. Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Gen. T. C— Sec. B. A.— Bank Fm. Aggie Club 3, 4, Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pine Bowl Com. 4; Swimming Team 1, 2. HOO. THOMAS Aiea, Oahu A. S.— Psych. HOSHIDE, HOWARD H. HOSHINO, AKIYO HU, HAROLD K. C. HU, WILLIAM IBARA. JUNE HISAYO Hilo Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Hallimaile. Maui Agr — Trop- Crop Prod. App. Sc— Rec. A. S.-Gov. A. S.— Gov. T. C— Dental Hygiene Aggie Club 1. 2, 3. 4; YWCA 1. 2, 3, 4; Dental Hyg. Soc. 3. 4 4-H Club 2, 3, 4; Heper Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YBA 2, 3; WAA 3. Alpha Beta 3, 4. IDA, THOMAS H. Lamkai, Oahu A S —Gov. Basketball 2, 3. 4,- Federated Drive (Chrmn.) 3; Gov. Fellow. 3; Saber Chain 4 IDEMOTO. ALBERT A. IINUMA, TAKASHI IKEDA. LILLIAN S. Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu B. A.— Mdse. A, S, — Econ. T. C— Elem. Ed. YWCA 1; ICC 1, 2. 3, 4; Canter. Club 3, 4. IDE, AYAME Kaneohe, Oahu A S.— Bad.. IKEDA. TAMOTSU IKENAGA, HERBERT H. IMAMOTO. LILY Y. IN, HENRY S. H. IN. PAUL W. O. Kona, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Lahama, Maui Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Agr — Gen A S.— Math. T C— Elem. B. A —Mdse. App. Sc— Civil Engr. Aggie Club 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Engr. Clun I, 2- Psych Club S. 4; Choir 2, 3; Phi Kappa Pi 2, 3, 4. ASCE 2. 3, 4, Hui O Haumana 3, 4. AWS Coun. 1. Tu Chiang Eheh 3. 4; Saber S Chain 4. INADA, STANLEY ING, RONALD T. M. INN, EVALYN INOUYE, ROBERT ISHIDA. ELSIE Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Trop Crop Prod. A. S.— Soci. A. S.— Speech B. A.— Pers. Indus. Rel. Agr. — Dietetics Ir. Class President ICC Sec. 3, Phi Lambda Chi 1, 2, 3 (Pres.) 4; BODF Sec. 4; Hawaii Union 4. H ome Ec. Club 1. 2. 3, 4; 4-H Club 2; YWCA 1. ISHIMURA, JEAN Honolulu, Oahu T C — Dental Hygiene Dental Hyg Soc, 1, 2, 3, 4 ISHIDA, LINCOLN JITSUO Kealakekua, Hawaii A, S —Gov. Hui O Haumana 2, (Pres) 3; Sr. Class President Pre-legal Club 1, 2, 3. ISHIGO. SUSUMU Honomu, Hawaii App Sc. — Civil Engr. ASCE ISHIKAWA. MASASHIGE Ookala, Hawaii A, S— Pub, Ad Saber Chain 4, ISHINO. SADIE S. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Soci. Soci Club 3, 4. O. YOOKO IWAMOTO. MIYOKO IWATA, MABEL IWATANI. AGNES K. IZUMIGAWA. ETHEL Hawi, Hawaii Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Wahiawa, Oahu Haiku, Maui T. C — Elem. T C— Elem. App. Sc— Pub. Health Nurs. T. C— Dental Hygiene Dental Hyg. Soc. 2, 3, 4, YWCA 4. A S S— Eng 10. , ' ANE R. KAGAWA. ELEANOR SANAE KAKAZU. EMELINE KAKUGAWA. SADAICHI KALEIKAU. DAVID, Jr Honolulu, Oahu Honoluiu. Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Kapoho. Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Pre-Sch -Prim. App. Sc— Med, Tech. Meth Student Fellow, 1, 2; Med, Tech. Club 2. 3, 4. Agr, — Home Ec. T, C-Elem, Ed. A. S S.— Soci Soci Club YMCA KAM, GERALD W. Y. KAM. JIN FONG KAMAHELE. FRANK KAMAKAHI, RONALD D. KAMEOKA. WALLACE M Honolulu, Oahu Lahama, Maui Pahoa, Hawaii Honolulu, Oa.hu Wahiawa, Oah i A. S— Gov. App Sc — Civil Engr. T C —Rec A, S.-Psych. A, S S,— Zoo, Tu Chiang Sheh 2, 3, 4; Engr. Club 1, 2, 3; Arnold Air Society 3, 4. YMCA 3, 4,- ASCE 2, 3, 4: Hui Lokahi 3, 4; Gov. Fellowship Arnold Air Society 4. TCC 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. KAMI. MASAMU Honolulu, Oahu A, S,— Anthro, KAMISATO. MINOBU Waipahu, Oahu B, A.— Ace, Commerce Club 1, 2, 3. 4. KANAYAMA, RICHARD K. Honolulu, Oahu A. S,— Zoo, KANESHIRO, CLIFFORD Honolulu, Oahu B, A,— Ace, KARIMOTO. RICHARD S. Haliimaile, Maui A- 6r S. — Chem, Saber Chain 4; Chem Club 4; Hui O Haumana 2, 3, 4, KASAMOTO. YUII Hilo, Hawaii App- Sc. — Civil Engr. Engr Club 1, 2; ASCE 3, 4. KASHINOKI. BARBARA L. Honolulu, Oahu A, S — Speech Pan-Pacilic Festival 4; Homecoming 4, ASUH Soc. Chrmn. 4, TG 2, 3, 4, KATAMOTO. BEATRICE rionolulu, Oahu A S S —Math. KATAOKA. HIROKO Hakalau, Hawaii A, S — Gov, KASHIMA. FLORENCE I. Honolulu, Oahu Agr, — Home Ec. Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 1. r r KATO. FUKUO KATO. JAMES I. KATO, JOSEPH H. KATO, KATSUO KAU. JENNIE Honolulu, Oahu Wailuku, Maui Hana, Maui Ewa, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Trop. Crop Prod. A. 6 S— Bact. B. A — Mdse. B. A — Pers, Indus. Rel. Agr — Home Ec. Agri. Club 2, 3, 4, Commerce Club 1, 2, 3. Home Ec. Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Beta 4. Newman Club 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2. KAWAHARA, THOMAS Y. KAWAKAMI, GLADYS KAWAKAMI, RICHARD A. KAWASAKI DAVID Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Waimea, Kauai Honolulu, Oahu App- Sc— Civil Engr. A. S. — Soci. B. A,— Mdse. App. Sc— -Civil Engr Engr. Club 1, 2; Psych Club Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Engr. Club 1, 2; ASCE 3, 4. Soci Club ASCE 3, 4. KAWATACHI. GEORGE Y. Honolulu. Oahu B. A.— Gen Arnold Air Society Commerce Club KEALA, FRANCIS H:i.olulu, Oahu A . ' , S.— Soci. KEALOHA, GAYLIEN Honolulu, Oahu A, 5 S,— Psych. Gamma Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4. KIM, EVELYN Honolulu, Oahu T C— Elem. Ed. TCC 1; YWCA 1; Canter. Club 2, 3, 4, ICC 3. KIM, KENNETH Honolulu, Oahu A. S — Bact. Chem. Club 4. KIM, MARGARET Hilo. Hawaii T. C— Elem. KIMURA. FLORENCE Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Sec Ed. KIMURA, SHUNICHI Mountain View, Hawaii A, S — Speech ASUH Pres. 4; Ir. Class V, Pres. 3; BODF Chairman 3; BODF 2, 3, KIMURA, STANLEY Ewo. Oahu Agr. — Voc. Agr. KINA, SHUNICHI Honolulu, Oahu B. A KINOSHITA, CARL KOICHI Waimanalo, Oahu B. A.— Mdse. Commerce Club 1, 3, 4, Arnold Air Society 3, 4. KITAMURA, GEORGE H, Honolulu, Oahu ASS —Zoo Arnold Air Society 4 KITAZAKI, NORMAN Honolulu, Oahu Agr — Gen KIYOHIRO. HAROLD Honolulu, Oahu B. A —Mdse. Commerce Club 3, KITA, ROBERT Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Rec. Poster Comm 3. KITAGAWA. STANLEY Honolulu, Oahu A. S— Zoo. KIYOSAKI, WAYNE Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Soci. 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Canterbury Club 3, 4; Te Chih Sheh 1, 2, 3, (Pres.) 4; TG 3, 4; Sr Cla s Cabinet 4; TG Council 3, 4. LAM, ERNEST S. S. Ka Palapala 3, 4. Kaneohe, Oahu A. S. — Chemistry Peng Hui 1, 2, 3, 4. Ka Palapala 3. 4; Chemislry Club 4. LAU. VIVIAN K. N. LEE. BESSIE I. LEE. DAVID H. C. LEE. DOROTHEA S. LEE. HOOVER K. T. Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Home Ec. Agr — Home Ec. A. S.— Gov. A. S. A S S.— Soc. Yang Chung Hui 1, , 2. 3. 4; Home Ec, Club 1. 2, 3; Class V. Pres. 1,- YBA 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 4. YWCA 2; Soph Councillor 2; Japan-Havkraii Stud. Confer, 4; Soc. Club 1; Spirit Rally 1. 2, Arnold Air Society 3, 4. Canter, Club 1, 2. 3. 4 LEE. KYUNG OK LEE. WILFRED LANAKILA LEONG. AMY lEAN LEONG. IRIS K. H. LIN, RONALD Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honokaa, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Elem. A S.— Gov T C— Elem. B A,— Ace, A S.— Phil. BODF 2, 3, 4; TCC 1, 2, 3, 4. Te Chih Sheh 4, Oriental Lit Society 3 (Pres.) Gov. 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S,— History A, S,— Psych, Sociology Club 3, V Saber Chain 4. A, S, — Bacteriology A. S,— History MIYAMOTO, SUENO Hakalau. Hawaii T, C— Elem. TCC 1, 2, 3; YEA 2. p wf MIYASATO. KIMIKO MIYASHIRO. CLARA MIYASHIRO, FRED MIYASHIRO. SUSUMU MORI, MARIORIE E. Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Sprekelsville, Maui Kapaa, Kauai Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Dental Hyg. A, S,— History T. C— Sec. Agr — Gen. Agr. Agr, Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3; Hui O Haumana 3, 4; B. A.— Pers. Indus. Hui Pookela 4; Wakaba Kai 1, 2, 3, 4; Ka Palapala 3, 4; Rel, Alpha Beta 3, 4. Commerce Club i, 2, 3, 4. MORIFUJI. GLORIA MORIGUCHI, RAYMOND I. MORIKAWA, GRACE M. MORIKAWA, RONALD MORIMOTO, HIROSHI Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu A. 6 S.— See. B. A. — Merchandising A S S -Psych. Psych Club Soci Club B, A.— Ace. Commerce Club 2, 3, 4. T. C— Sec. f MORITA, DAISY I. Ho nolulu, Oahu A pp. Sc. — Nursing MORIWAKI, THOMAS S. Hav aii Nat 1 Park, Hawaii B, A,— Ace, Commerce Club MORIWAKI, NELSON T. 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MILDRED Lahama, Maui Agr — Home Ec Wakaba Kai Home Ec. Club NAGAMOTO, CLARENCE T. Honolulu, Oahu A, S — Chemistry Chem Club 4. NAGATA, ALBERT T. Honolulu, Oahu A S — Gov YMCA 1. 2. 3, 4; Saber Chain 4. m rr „ n» 1 f NAGATA. WILLIAM M. Honolulu, Oahu v . n S S— S-c UHCF 1, 2, 3, 4; Saber Chain 4. «r- NAGOSHI, KUNIO Kaiaheo, Kauai A. S, — Soc. Soci Club 2. 3, 4. NAITO. GEORGE Y. NAITO, SHIRLEY NAKAHARA, MILDRED NAKAI. HENRY T. NAKAI. LILLIAN Y. Kohala. Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Wahiawa, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu B. A —Merchandising App- Sc- — Rec, A S— Psych B A — Merchandising A, S,— French Commerce Club 1, 3; Heper Club 2, (Sec ) 3, 4. YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3: Oriental Lit. (Assl. Ed.) 3; Hui O Haumana 3, 4. Psych Club 4. YMCA 2, 3, 4. Rifle team 1, 2, 3, 4. Swimming team (Co-mangr) 3. NAKAMAE, MITSUO Lawai, Kauai Agr - — Tropical Crop Prod, Arnold Air Society 3. 4; Alherton House Club 1, 2, 3, Aggie Club 1 . 4; YMCA 1. 2. 3, 4. NAKAMINE, WALTER Honolulu, Oahu B, A,— Ace. Commerce Club 1, 2. NAKAMUHA, DORIS Honolulu, Oahu T C. — Elem. TCC 1. 2; Hui Pookela 4; Class Sec. 3. NAKAKURA. ALBERT K. Moloaa, Kauai A S —Zoo Chem Club 3. NAKAMA, NATSUKO Lanai City, Lanai T. C Pre-Sch.-Priir TCC 1, 2, 3, m NAKAMURA. HARRY Honolulu, Oahu B. A.— Ace. NAKAMURA. RICHARD JITSUO Honolulu. Oahu T, C-— Sec. UH Christ. Fellow, 1, 2, 3, 4. TCC 1, Sophomore Cabinet 2; Kq Leo 1. NAKAMURA. TETSUO Paia, Maui App. Sc. — Civil Engr. ASCE 3, 4, Engr. Club 1, 2. Hui O Haumana 2. 3, 4, NAKAMURA. YOSHITO Kapoho, Hawaii B. A. — Merchandising Commerce Club 1. 2. 3, 4. NAKAO. lAMES I. Hilo. Hawaii App. Sc. — Civil Engr. Class Vice-Pres 4; Engr Club 1, 2, ASCE 2, 3, (Vice-Pres.) Arnold Air Society 3. NAKASHIMA. ETSUKO Hilo, Hawaii Agr. — Home Ec, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. NAKASHIMA. MICHIWO Hilo, Hawaii App Sc — Civil Engr Engr. ' s Club 1, 2; ASCE 3, 4. NAKASONE, STANWARD S. Waianae, Oahu B A — Pers 6 Indus Rel NAKATA, FLORENCE N. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Elem, NAKATA, SETSUKO Ookaia, Hawaii A. S- — Soc. NEKOMOTO, ELOISE Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Med, Tech. NIIMI, VIOLET Honolulu, Oahu T C— Elem. TCC 1, 2, 3, 4, YWCA 1. NISHIHARA, MICHIE Pahala Kau, Hawaii T- C — Pre-Sch.-Prim. YBA 1, 2, 3; TCC 2, 3, 4. NAKAYAMA. THOMAS Honolulu, Oahu A. S.— Math. NISHIKAWA, ALBERT K. Honolulu, Oahu A S.— Psych. NISHIMURA, CHARLES H. Koloa, Kauai A. S. — Soc- Soci Club 2, 3. 4; Social Process 3, 4; YBA 4. NISHIMURA. HENRY N. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. NISHIOKA, TOSHIO Wailuku, Maui A. S. — Soc. Eta Lambda Kappa 1, 2; YBA 2, 3; Chem Club 2; Soci Club 4. NISHITA, ELEANOR Koloa, Kauai A S— Psych. Psych. Club 3, 4; YWCA 1. NITTA, EVELYN Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Voc, Home Ec. Home Ec. Club 1, 2, (Treas.) 3, 4 4-H Club I, 2, 3, (Pres.) 4. NITTA, HENHY M. Hilo, Hawaii A. S— History NITTA, HITOSHI Waipahu, Oahu A. S.— Soc. NITTA, MARLENE M. Honolulu, Oahu T. C. — Elem. YWCA 2, 3, 4. NOGUCHI, HENRY T. Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. ' ▼jyyjB k T V J ► NOHARA. JAMES H. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Elem. Class Treasurer 1; BOG 2, 3, 4; TCC 1, 2, 3: Saber Chain 4. ijr NOONEY, MARY BRYCE Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Bus. Ed. NOZAWA, YAEKO Mountain View, Hawaii T, C— Elem. TCC 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3, 4. NUSHIDA, NANCY A. Honolulu, Oahu A. S S,— Psych Wakaba Kai 2, (Sec.) 3, 4: Ka Palapala 3; Commerce Club 1. 2. NONAKA, TAKANORI Hilo, Hawaii A. S. — Chemistry Chem Club 4. ODA. lAMES S. Aiea, Oahu A. S — Advertising Art MSF 3, 4; Tri-Alpha 3, 4. ODAY, DONALD MASON Honolulu, Hawaii A. S.— Gov. ODO, JENNIE S. Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Home Ec. Home Ec. Club 1, 2, YWCA 1, 2. OGATA, EDNA K. Honolulu, Oahu A. 6 S. — Spanish 3. 4. YWCA 2, 3, 4; Ka Leo 1, 2; Swimming Team 1, 2, (Mgr.) 3 OGATA, LEILANI Y. Honolulu. Oahu T. C— Elem. TCC 3, 4; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. OHINATA. HELEN Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Pre-Sch.-Pnm OI, RICHARD H. Honolulu, Oahu A, S— Zoo. Arnold Air Society OIIMA, MARGARET F. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. OKAMUHA. TERUO Pepeekeo, Hawau App Sc — Civil Engr. ASCE 3, A; Engineer Club 1, 2. OKAWAKI. EMILY Kaunakakai, Molokai Agr. — Voc. Home Ec. Wakaba Kai 1, 2. 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 2, 3, 4. OKIMOTO, MARK Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Physics OKEMURA. TAKASHI Honolulu, Oahu B. A. — Merchandising OKIHIRO, HELEN M. Kaneohe, Oahu A. (S S. — English OKIMOTO. ERNEST K. Honolulu, Oahu B A —Ace. Commerce Club 4. OKIMOTO. ROBERT Honolulu, Oahu B. A. — Merchandising Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Ka Palapala 4; Ka Leo 4. OKUDA, GLADYS S. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. Cosmopolitan Club 3. 4; YWCA 1, 2. OKUDA, HIROMI Pepeekeo, Hawaii App. Sc— Civil Engr.. Engineers Club 1. ASCE 2. 3, 4, YBA 2, 3, 4, Arnold Air Society OKUDA. lAMES Honolulu. Oahu B A— Ace. Commerce Club 4. OKUMURA. BARBARA Honolulu, Oahu B. A.— Ace. Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Poster Committee 4. OKUMURA. KUICHI Koloa, Kauai B. A.— Ace. Commerce Club 2, 3, 4. OKUNA, SUMIKO Waiohjnu, Hawaii A, S- — History YWCA 2, 3, Psych Club 3; Class Council 3; Poster Comm- 2, (Chrm.) 3 OSHIBA, CLARA S. Honolulu, Oohu A S — Art TCC 1, 2; YWCA 1. OSHIHO, DORIS T. Honolulu, Oahu A. S.— Psych. Soci Club 3: Psych. Club 3, 4. OSHIRO, MAVIS S. Waipahu, Oahu T C ONISHL WALLACE Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Music OSHITA. PHILLIP T. Honolulu, Oahu B. A,— Gen. Bus. OYAKAWA. MICHIO E. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Sec Swimming team 1, 2, 3; TCC 2, 3, 4. OYAMA, STUART S. Honolulu, Oahu A. S,— Psych. SOSA 3, 4, Psych Club 3, 4; Sigma Lambda 2, 3, Ka Palapala 3. PACARRO. RUDOLPH Honolulu. Oahu B, A,— Pers. Indus. Rel. Songlest — 3. PARK. THOMAS Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Geog. IIANAIA, ABRAHAM PLADERA. BENEDICTA FLATTEN, BEATRICE M. RENFRO, lO ANN SACLAUSA. JOHN Honolulu, Oahu Waikapu, Maui Kaneohe, Oahu Stillwater, Maine Honolulu, Oahu A. i S.— Gov. T. C— Elem. T. C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. B A.— Gen. Bus. T. C— Sec. Ed. Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4; TG 1, 2, 3, 4; AWS (Pres.) 4; UH Music Club 1, 2, 3, Alpha Omicron 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Dormitory 3, (Sec.) 4. BOG (Sec.) 3; UH Band 2, 3, 4. TCC 1, 4. Women ' s Week Chairman 3; Hui Pookela (Pres.) 4. SAKAITANI. JENNY SpreckelsviUe, Mam T. C— Elem. Ed. SAKAI. DONALD T. Honolulu, Oahu B A— Ace, Commerce Club 2, 3, YBA 2, 3. SAKAI. EDWARD M. Honolulu, Oahu B, A,— Ace. Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4, SAKAI. HESTEH Honolulu, Oahu B A. SAKAMOTO. CLARENCE M. Honolulu, Oahu Agr — Soil Science YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 4, Arnold Air Society 4 SAKAMOTO. GEORGE SAKAMOTO. HERBERT SAKATA. BETSY M. Y. SAKURAGI. CAROL S. SATO. AILEEN N. Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu A E —Psych. B, A, Acc. A. S— Zoo. T. C— Sec. Ed. A. S.— Soci. Soci Club 2, 3, 4; Social Process 4. TCC 2, 3, 4. SATO. GEORGE M. SATO. HARRY M. SATO. LORRAINE SATO. ROSE SAYRE. WILLAS Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu B A,— Gen. App. Sc— Civil Engr, A S.— Eng. T C.-Elem. Ed. A. S,— Eng Sigma Lambda 4; Engr. Students Assoc. 1 , 2; UHCF 1, 2, 3, 4; Spirit Rally 1, 2; Saber Chain 4; ASCE 2. 3, (Treas.) 4. YWCA 1, 2: ASUH Council 2; Commerce Club 1. 2, 3, 4 TCC 3. 4. Soph, Class Pres. 2; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4. Swimming 1. 2, (Capt.) 3 SEKIGUCHI. KENNETH T. Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc — Civil Engr. SETO. SAM C. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Soci. SETTSU, RICHARD M. Honolulu, Oahu A. S, — Econ. YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, UHCF 3, 4; Commerce Club 3. 4; Arnold Air Society 3. SHIDA. ARTHUR Y. Honolulu, Hawaii B. A.— Mdse. Ka Palapala 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Lambda 4. SHIGAKI. GRACE TOMOYE Honolulu, Hawaii A. S. — Soci. SHIGEZAWA, YOSHIO Waiiuku, Maui A. S,— Gov. BODE 2; Gov- Fellow. (Treas.) 3; Arnold Air Society 4; Hawaii Union 3, 4. SHIMABUKU, ALICE T. Makawao, Maui T. C— Elem. Ed. YWCA 1; TCC 2, 3, 4. SHIMIZU, CHIKAO Hilo, Hawaii A. S. — Chem. SHIMIZU. FLOHENCE EIKO Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Pre. -Sch. -Prim SHINBARA. BERNARD H. Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Trop. Hort. Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Saber Chain 4; 4-H Club 3, 4. SHINDO, MOTOMI Honolulu, Oahu B. A.— Gen. SHINOZAWA, LINDA K. Ewa, Oahu A. S — Gov. SHINTAKU, HAROLD Y. Wahiawa. Oahu B A — Pers. Indus Rel. SHINTAKU. VIRGINIA M. Wahiawa. Oahu Agr — Voc Home Ec. Home Ec, Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Wakaba Kai 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club SHINGAKI. IRENE Haiku, Maui T. C — Elem. SHIOI. CARL H. SHIRAKI. KIMIYO SHIROMA, DORIS SHISHIDO. TOSHIE H. SHITABATA, DOROTHY C Honolulu, Oahu Kapaa, Kauai Honolulu, Oahu Lahaina, Maui Kalaheo, Kauai Agr.— Hort. T C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. T. C-Elem, Ed. App. So. —Pub. Health Nurs. A S.— Psych TCC 1, 2, 3; TCC 2, 3, 4. YWCA 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Psych Club 3, 4. Cosmo. Club 4. SHURA. SONIA LAURENE SIDEROFF, ROBERT L. SIU, WILLIAM W. H. SMAIL, HELEN ARLENE SONEDA, GERALD T, Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Bethlehem, Penn Honolulu, Oahu T C— Pre. -Sch. -Prim. App. Sc- — Civil Engr. A. S.— Psych. A. S — Bot. A. S.— Soci. TCC 3; ASCE 3, 4. Chem. Club 2. Saber Chain 4. Cosmo. Club 4. SUEMATSU. KIKUYO Wailuku, Maui A. S.— Speech TCC 2, 3; YWCA I. STAGEY, MARY I. K. STILES, ALICE R. STOCKSTILL, WILLIAM ROSS Honolulu. Oahu Hilo. Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu A. S,— Anihro. T. C. B. A.— Pers. Indus. Rel. Swimming Team (Mgr.) 1; Phi Sigma Rho 1, 2. i tf SUGAI. ELAINE Honolulu, Oahu T. C-— Elem. Ed. SUGIKI, SUMIKO SUGIMOTO. CHIEKO SUMIDA, KENII SUMIMOTO, KIYOKO SUR. STANLEY Wailuku, Maui Hakalau, Hawaii Honcluiu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu A. S.-Soci. T- C— Elem. B A— Pers. Indus. Rel. A- S. — Speech B. A,— Gen. TCC 1, 2, 3; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 2, 3; Cosmo. Club 4. Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4. BODF 4. TAISE, ALICE T. Naalehu, Hawaii T. C— Elem. Ed. TCC 1, 2, 3; Cosmo Club 4, TAKAHASHI, LAWRENCE M. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Chem. Rille Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Eta Lambda Kappa 1. 2, 3, 4; Chem. Club 1, 2, 3, i; Saber Chain 4. TAKAO. LAWRENCE Hono:..; ' . Oah:., A p Sc — Hec Newman Club 1, 2, 3, (Pres.) 4 Heper Club 2, 3. 4. SUYAMA. LILLIAN Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc — Pub. Health Nurs. SUZUKI. TED T. Wahiawa, Oahu A S. — Physics Phi Kappa Pi 3, 4. ' w ibl TAKATA, ALMA Y. Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Nurs. TAKAYAMA. AMY Y. Honolulu, Oahu T. C — Pre-Sch.-Prim. TCC 1. 2, 3. TAKAYAMA, MITSUO Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Rec. BODF 3, 4; ICC 4; Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Heper Club 2, 3, 4. TAKEUCHl. LILLIAN YURI Honolulu, Oahu A S.— Soc. YWCA 1, 2. 3, 4. Soc. 4. TAKI. ELLEN Honolulu, Oahu B A —Ace. Commerce Club I. 2. 3. 4; Poster Committee 3, 4; Psych. Club. TAKIMOTO. ELIZABE TH S. TAMANAHA. MICHIKO TAMARU, LYNNE Y. TAMASHIRO, ASAKO TAMURA. SATORU Hilo, Hawaii WahiQwa, Oohu Hilo, Hawaii Kapaa, Kauai Lav ai, Kauai T. C — Sec. A. S— Psych. A S— English A. S— Psych. A. 6 S— Soc Hui Pookela 4; Psych. Club 3, 4; Psych. Club 4; Soc. Club 4; Class Secretary 4; Soc. Club 3. Soc. Club 3, 4. Psy. Club 4. TCC 1, 2, 3. 4 TANAKA, LILLIAN HARUE Kapaa, Kauai T. C— Pre,-Sch -Pri:n. TANAKA, MARY S. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Elem. TANAKA. RAYMOND T. Honolulu. Oahu A S — Chemistry UH Golf Team 1, 2, 3, ' Ka Palapala Chem. Club. TANAKA, GLADYS Honolulu, Oahu T C. TANAKA, KENNETH K. Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc — Civil Engr, ASCE 2. 3. 4; Engineer ' s Club 1, 2; Arnold Air Society 3. TANAKA, SHUICHI TANAKA, TRIXIE TANI. ALBERT N. TANIGAWA, STEVEN K. TANIGUCHI, HAZEL NAEAMAE Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu. Oahu Honolulu. Oahu Puhi. Kauai Lawai. Kauai Agr. — Voc Agr. A. S.— English App. Sc. — Civil Engr. T. C— Sec. T C— Pre. -Sch. -Prim. UNIWAI FFA Ka Leo 1. 2. 3. 4. Engineer ' s Club 1, 2; TCC 1: Aggie Club 4-H Club ASCE 2, 3, 4. Arnold Air Society 3, 4. p3 TANIGUCHl. SABHA Y. TANII. ALICE S. TANJI. BETTY M. TASHIMA, SADAHARU TATSUYA 4A. RICHARD H. Waimea, Kauai Honolulu, Oahu Puunene, Maui Holualoa, Hawau Honolulu, Oahu ' I C— Elem. A, S.— Psych. A. S.— Soc. B A— Ace. Commerce Club 2. 3, 4; Saber Chain 4. A S — Advertising Art Sigma Lambda Tri-Alpha TENGAN, EISHIN Makawao, Maui T. C— Elem. B. S. U. Saber Chain TERUYA, LILLIAN H. Waipahu, Oahu A. S. — Speech YWCA 1; BODF 4, Homecoming {Pubhcity Chr ) 4, THOM, BEATRICE S. Y. Honolulu, Oahu A S. -Soc. THOMPSON, MELVIN Honolulu, Oahu App, Sc. — Civil Engr. ASCE 3, 4. TERAMOTO, GEORGE Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. TOBA. JAMES TODA. HAROLD K. TODA, lAMES MASARU TOKAIRIN, JANET TOKI. GEORGE Puunene, Maui Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Waialua, Oahu Agr.— Gen. B. A- — Bank, Finance A, S.— Chemistry Agr, — Home Ec- -Dietetics A. S. — Philosophy Aggie Club Chemistry Club 3, 4; 4-H Club Eta Kappa Lambda 3, 4; FFA. YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, t - - S M TOKUDA. SEIKICHI Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Med. Tech. Med. Tech. 1, 2, 3, 4,- Chemistry Club 3, 4. TOKUHAMA, EDWARD S. Aiea, Oahu A. S. — Advertising Art TOM, WILFRED C. L. Honolulu, Oahu B. A. — Merchandising TOMITA, ROKURO Honolulu, Oahu A. S. TOMOKIYO. LESTER H. Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Speech BODF 2, 3, 4; Hawaii Union 4; Speech Club 4; TG 2. TSUKANO, SUEO Puunene. Maui B. A.— Office Mgml TOMOYASU. KATZUTO Ewa, Oahu B A — Merchandising YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Arnold Air Society 2, 3. TSUI. FAITH H. S. Honolulu, Oahu T. C— Elem. YWCA Asilomar Delegate 2. TSUI. RICHARD S. K. Honolulu, Oahu B A —Gen. Bus. ASUH President 4, Peng Hui 1, 2, 3, 4; BAC 3, 4,- Senate 3, 4. TSUSHIMA, LILIAN Y. Honolulu, Oahu Agr — Home Ec Home Ec, Club 1, 2 YWCA 1, 2. 4; 4-H Club 3. TSUTSUMI. RICHARD T. UCHIDA, HELEN EMIKO UCHIDA. RONALD T. UEIIO. GRACE Y. UEJO. ELSIE Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Kaiaheo, Kauai A. S.-Gov. A. S.— Psych. App, Sc— Rec. A. S.— Soc. T. C— English Speech Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 YWCA 1, 3, 4. YWCA Dep. Team, 4; Psych Club 2, 3, 4. Ka Leo 3; TCC 1: Psych Club 4. UENO, GLADYS F. Lahaina, Maui Agr. — Voc, Home Ec. Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WSSF (Sec.) 4; 4-H Club 3. 4. USHIO, KIKUKO Pahoa, Hawaii T. C— Sec. TCC 2, 3, 4: YBA 1, 2, 3. USHIHODA. MARION K. Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Tropical Horl. Aggie Club 3, 4. USHIRODA. RUTH T. Kealakekua, Hawaii A- d S. — Soc. URCIA, lOSE M. Aiea, Oahu A (S. S. — Bacteriology UYENO, EDWARD S. Honolulu, Oahu A, S.— Gov, YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Lambda 4, Psych Club. WADA, GEORGE T. WADA. JAMES T. WADA, KIKUE WADA. TSUKIE „....k , WGiiU Kona, Hawaii Hakalau, Hawaii Wailuku, Maui B A —Ace. B A —Ace B A — Pers, Indus. Rel. T C-— Elem. ASUH Treasurer 4, Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3. 4; Saber Chain 4. Commerce Club 4; Baptist Student Union 1 2, 3, WAKATSUKI. KATSUNARI WATANABE, AKIRA WATANABE. FRANK NOBUTO WATANABE. MARY WATANABE RAYMOND Ewa, Oahu Kalaheo, Kauai Kekaha, Kauai Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu. Oahu B. A.— Pers. Indus. Rel. B. A. — Merchandising Agr.— Voc. Agr. A. S.-Psych. Agr —Voc Agr. Commerce Club 1, 2; YMCA 1; Psych Club 3. 4. Agricultural Club 1. 2, 3, 4 Soci Ciub 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, i; 4-H Club 3. 4. YBA 2. Saber Chain 4. WONG. ARTHUR M. S. Honolulu, Oahu A S— Gov. ASUH Elect. Comm. (Chr ) 4, Arnold Air Society 3, 4; TG 1, 2, 3 (Council) 4: Pre-Legal Club 1, 2, 3, WATANABE. SEIGE Haiku, Maui App Sc. — Civil Engr. Engineering Club 1, 2, 3; ASCE 2, 3, 4; Saber Chain 4. WATOKA. HELEN N. Honolulu, Oahu A S- — Soc. WONG, AMY GWENDOLYN Honolulu, Oahu A. S— Psych. Kg Palapola Ka Leo Te Chih Sheh Med, Tech, Club WONG. HAROLD Honolulu, Oahu B A — Pers. 6 Indus. Commerce Club 2, 3; Arnold Air Society 3, 4. Rel. WONG. LAURA K. S. Honolulu, Oahu A. S- — Soc. YAFUSO. SHARON Y. Honolulu, Oahu Agr. — Voc. Home Ec. Heme Ec. Club 1, 2, AWS. YAHATA, GEORGE Hilo, Hawaii Agr. — Gen. Aggie Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4; UH Campus 4-H 3, 4; Saber Chain 4. YAMADA. ALICE M. Kailuo, Oahu T. C— Pre. -Sch. -Prim. YAMAGUCHI. DONALD Honolulu, Oahu . A. S.— Chem. Sr Class Cabinet Eta Lambda Kappa 2. Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4: YMCA 1, 2. 3. 4. 3, 4; YAMAMOTO. ROBERT Honolulu, Oahu A. S. — Entomology IRC 1. 2. YAMAMOTO. SUEHARU Eleele, Kauai A. S. — Zoology Rainbovi: YBA 1, 2, 3. 4, Arnold Air Society 3, 4. YAMAMURA. SATOSHI Waiakoa, Maui A. S. — Chemistry Chem. Club 3, 4. YAMANAEA. CHARLES S. Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Civil Engr. Engineering Club 1. 2; ASCE 2, 3. 4; Saber Chain 4. YAMANAKA, MUNETO P. Honolulu Oahu A. S.— Gov. AMASHIROYA. HERBERT M. YAMASHITA, KATHERINE K. YAMASHITA, NANCY TEIKO YAMAUCHI. MASANOBU YANO, BERT Y. Honolulu, Oahu Hilo, Hawau Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu A. S . — Baclenology A. 6 S. — Socioiogy A. S— Psych. A S. — Chem. B A — Acct. Soci Club 3, 4. Psychology Club 3, 4; Chem. Club 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 1, 4; YWCA 1, 3. Saber Chain 4. BOG Library Comm. 3, 4, YANO. JAMES ROKURO YANO, THELMA YAP, GILBERT Honolulu, Oahu Wailuku, Maui Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc— Med Tech. T. C— Pre-Sch.-Prim. A S— Psych. ICC I, 2, 3; Kappa Epsilon Theta 2, 3, 4; Soci 2. Psych Club 3, 4; Spirit Rally 2; Soci Club 3 YASUHARA, THOMAS H. YIM, GRETA N. S. Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu A. S.— Soc. App Sc. — Med Tech Arnold Air Society 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2; Heper 2, 3, 4. YOKOTA, GEORGE H. Pahalo, Hawaii B. A.— Acct. Rainbow YBA 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 4. YOSHIMOTO. STANLEY YOSHINA. MIYOKO YOSHISHIGE, GEORGE S, Honolulu, Oahu Hilo, Hawaii Hilo, Hawaii A. 6 S —Gov. App. Sc. — Med. Tech. A. S.— History Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Med. Tech. Club I. 2, 3, 4. Hui O Haumana 3, 4; Japan-Hawaii Stud Con, 3; Saber Chain 4; Pac Area Stu. Con 4, Pub. Rel. Comm 4 UHCF 4. YONEMORI. MASAO Kahuku, Oahu B, A.— Gen Commerce Club 2. 3, 4. YOUNG. BENSON H. W. Honnlulu, Oahu A S.—Soc. UHCF 1, 2, 3, 4. YOUNG, ERNEST H. W. Honolulu, Oahu B. A —Gen. Commerce Club YOUNG, LEONARD H. L. Honolulu, Oahu Agr — Soil Sc. Aggie 1, 2, 3. 4; Alpha Beta 3. 4, Arnold Air Society 3, 4. YOUNG, NELLIE Honolulu, Oahu A, S- — Sociology UHCF 1, 2, 3, 4; Soc. Club 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4. YOUNG, RONALD N. T. Honolulu, Oahu A 4. S — Chem Chem. Club 3, 4; Eta Lambda Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. BSU 3. 4. YU. HOWARD H. C. Honolulu, Oahu A. S.— Psych. BODE 3, 4; Saber Chain 3. YUEN, ALEXANDER A. S. Honolulu, Oahu A, S — Gov. Tu Chiang Sheh 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4. YUEN, SEUNG HEE Honolulu, Oahu App. Sc. — Civil Engr. ASCE 2, 3, 4; Engineering Club 1, 2; Arnold Air Society 3, 4. ZANE, LAWRENCE F. H. Honolulu, Oahu Agr. ZUKERAN, FUJIKO Honolulu, Oahu T. C. Seniors not pictured Avery, Harrison Beamer, Martha F. Bonsey. John B. Brown, Ronald R. Burke, Lee H. Cabral, Juliet M. Carroll, William T. Chang, Wallace J. F. Char, Benjamin P. S. Ching, Howard M. O. Chun, Albert H. T. Chung, Alvin W. O. Chung, Charles K. K. Chung, Stanley W. H. Clement, Katherine Cozloff, Paul, Jr. Creel, Patricia E. Darnell, Virginia O. Davis, Marilyn Fiske, Leon S. Fujiyama, Katherine K. Fujiyama, Stanley I. Furuhashi, Betsy S. Hance, John C. Hayashi, Keiji Henry, George L. Hicks, Gilbert W. Ho, Amona K. Ho, Edward Y. T. Hoffheins, Louanne Ikeda, Royden S. Imamura, Akira Inagald, John Y. Irvine, Robert A. Ishimoto, Hubert K. Kawaguchi, Richard H. Kawaguchi, Robert T. Kawahara, Shoji Kennedy, Daniel M. Kim, Paul S. K. Kimura, Makoto Kimura, Thomas S. King, Catherine B. Klopf, Donald W. Knowles, Eunice M. Koki, Ethel T. Kubojiri, Clara M. Kudo, Kenneth Lau, Thomas A. Lee, George H. N. Lee, Lillian P. K. Lennox, John H. Leong, Wallace T. U. Loo, Richard J. C. Lum, Alvin K. U. Maeshiro, Clarence S. Malone, James J. Matayoshi, Dorothy T. Middleton, Charles R. Miller, Robert L. R. Mossman, William E. Munro, Robert D. Muramaru, Sadao Murphy, George M. Nakagawa, John M. Olsen, Robert, Jr. Otsuka, Hope E. Robinson, Richard L. Saito, Betty K. Sakurada, Thomas Schrader, Charles B. Shima, Stanley L Shimomura, Allen Sparks, Robert W. Sugino, Masahiko Swanholm, Carl E. Takei, Gerald H. Tamashiro, Kimie Testerman, Edison Tokairin, Bert S. Tokunaga, Edward H. Tomomitsu, Kwan K. Tong, Henry T. C. Uchida, Barbara S. Uyeda, Harry H. Valentin, Lindbergh P. Weaver, Harold R. Wilson, Peter T. Won, Walter K. F. Wong, Bertha K. C. Yamada, Edward T. Yoshida, Magoichi LINCOLN ISHIDA President JAMES NAKAO Vice President ELIZABETH TAKIMOTO Secretary ilJft J), m ' ' - ' kM SHUNZO SAKAMAKI Advisor Class of ' 53 FRANK WATANABE Treasurer -v f i It seems only yesterday that the Class of ' 53 entered the university as green capped freshmen to attain a goal which seemed almost beyond their reach, but now at the arrival at that goal, they look toward the future — toward new goals — with eagerness and hope. Under the leadership of President Lincoln Ishida, Vice-President James Nakao, Secretary Elizabeth Takimoto. Treasurer Frank Watanabe and Senators Bruce Arakaki, Barney Menor, Manuel Emiliano, and Bertha Lau, the Senior Class had a full and memorable year. The first senior social, a faculty-student mixer, was held in November under the chair- manship of Thomas Lau. With noisemakers and streamers the New Year was ushered in at the annual New Year ' s Eve Formal held at Hemenway Hall. In April the seniors enjoyed their last picnic together. The climax of the social calendar for the year was the annual Senior Banquet. The Senior Class received their sheepskins on June 9 and marched forward to take their place in the community. SENIOR CLASS CABINET. FIRST ROW. left to right: James Nakao, Herbert Marutani. Bertha Lau, Hisako Takakuwa, Frank Watanabe, Elizabeth Takimoto. Lincoln Ishida. Seniors 1 1 d 1 k They ' re off! r- Hli ¥ r5 : . V ► i ■ , Hi0h and Mijht Looka what I got! RICHARD NISHIOKA President NORA FUKUHARA Vice President BETTY INOUCHI Secretary WINFIELD NAGLEY Advisor Class of ' 54 SHIZUO KOBAYASHI Treasurer Another year of studies, frustrations and fun has gone by for the juniors on campus. The social agenda offered eight full months of varied and new activities to the class. First activity of the year, the " Junior Jam- boree, " v as an informal get-together with games, group singing, skits, and folk, and social dancing. Talented members of the class were introduced in a well-received variety show during the Junior Class Day Program. The Social calendar for the first semester ended with a class dance " Winter Wonder- land " in Hemenway Hall shortly before the Christmas holidays. Between semesters, some eighty juniors camped at Kokokahi. This third year was climaxed by the traditional prom during Junior -Senior Week in May. Leading the Junior Class were Richard Nishioka, President; Nora Fukuhara, Vice- President; Betty Inouchi, Secretary; Shizuo Kobayashi. Treasurer. Senators serving the class in the ASUH were Nancy Taketa, Charles Parmiter, Anna Yuen and Archibald Wung. JUNIOR CLASS CABINET FIRST ROW, left to right: Mae Hadano, Edith Maeshiro, Janet Kaya, Betty Inouchi, Nancy Taketa, Nora Fukuhara. SECOND ROW: Melvin Ho, James Yuasa, Masayuki Odo. Richard Nishioka, Dr. W. Nagley, James Shiramizu, Kenneth Okazaki. Juniors I think I ' m funny too. « Your face is slipping, Santa. Jolly Is it Democrat or Republican? i r. ALLAN MARUTANI PresicloLit CHARLES MEKARU Vice President ETTA MARSHMAN Secretary Class of ' 55 LILA ANN SUEOKA Treasurer " Out of the kindness of tiieir hearts " , the Sophomore Class began its second year on campus by losing to the freshmen in the sports competition during Soph-Frosh Field Day. Led by President Allen Marutani, Vice- President Charles Mekaru, Secretary Etta Marshman and Treasurer Lila Ann Sueoka, the sophomores participated generously in ASUH as well as class activities. First social event of the class was the in- formal dance held in Hemenway Hall in late fall. Other activities on the social program were a picnic at Haleiwa Park in December, a January skating party, a class night in March, and the Sophomore Prom in May. The Sophomore Bulletin, edited first by Toshiaki Kawasaki and then Hazel Kishimori, helped publicize class activities to members. Sophomore senators were Anne Clopton, Evelyn Teragawachi, Myra Okazaki, and George Kagawa. This group served on the class cabinet during the first semester and were replaced by the chairmen of the various class activities during the second semester. SOPHOMORE CLASS CABINET, FIRST ROW, left to right: Allen Marutani, Myra Okazaki, lune Mori, Charles Mekaru, SECOND ROW: Lila Ann Sueoka, Willibrord Silva. Alma Ishida, Evelyn Teragawachi, Nancy Oyama. Etta Marshman. 3 Sophomores Caution, end swings wide on turns. The line-up. Sure and Sober Johnny Raye, in the flesh. NOBORU YONAMINE President JANE BAILEY Vice President EVELYN KODAMA Secretary Class of ' 56 KENNETH CHONG Treasurer il: Nearly eight months ago, 1,270 students just out of high school registered at this univer- sity and became the youngest members of the UH family. Aided by the Frosh Orientation Program and ASUH Senators, these freshmen quickly acquainted and adapted themselves to college life. Advised by Mrs. Jane Komeiji. the largest frosh class in UH history organizd itself into a functioning unit with the election of officers and the formation of a cabinet. President Noboru Yonamine was assisted by Jane Bailey, Vice-President; Evelyn Kodama, Secretary, and Kenneth Chong, Treasurer. Freshmen voted into the ASUH Senate were Clifton Morimisato, Rosita Villanueva, Joseph Chang, and Daniel Au. The freshmen actively participated in ASUH sponsored affairs. During Homecoming Week the class took charge of the movie program. Rah-Rah Boys and Girls, a group formed to better school spirit was inaugurated. The round of frosh social events began with the " Pau Pilikia " social. This was followed by an informal dance, a picnic, and a moonlight hayride. A formal dance was the climax of the social activities of the year. FRESHMAN CLASS CABINET, FIRST ROW, left to right: Robert Weeks, Shinki Kuniyoshi, Richard Shimabukuro, Kenneth Chong, Noboru Yonamine, Ronald Tamanaha. SECOND ROW: Elsie Goto, Evelyn Kodama. Jane Bailey. Marilyn Kageyama, Shirley Ann Rego. Freshmen The big swindle. Anybody got a slingshot? Whatcha lookin ' at? Green Capped Vearlings Gullible irosh, they laugh at anything. . % u ■v ? ' t i The ASUH Senate has recognized these five seniors who, throughout their four years in college, have devoted their efforts unselfishly and untiringly toward the betterment of the ASUH and the University. Their work in clubs, ASUH and UH activities and their scholastic records have proved them worthy of receiving the highest award bestow- ed by the student senate. The 1953 Real Dean Awards go to: Real De ns A three-year senator, versatile and hard- working George contributed his efforts toward the betterment of ASUH and the university, and still compiled on enviable scholastic record. George is well remembered by Ka Pap mem- bers for his four years of hard-work and his athletic ability. GEORGE FUKUMOTO BRUCE Y. ARAKAKI Friendly and personable, Bruce participated wholeheartedly in many activities. During his junior and senior years, he served on the ASUH Senate. Throughout his four years, Bruce was aware of the need for campus improvements, and in his senior year, he was a leader in campus improvement projects. Barney was elected to the ASUH senate for two years, and during his senior year, was appointed Public Relations Director of the ASUH. He was sports editor of Ka Leo, and took part in many club and ASUH activities. BARNEY MENOR BERTHA F. K. LAU Charming, intelligent ,agressive, " Butchie " served as senator in her senior year, and was president of the AWS in her junior year. This past year, she was president of Te Chih Sheh, and she also assumed the job as organizations editor of Ka Pap. RICHARD S K TSUI The man with the most important job, Dick led the ASUH through a memorable year. What the students lacked in school spirit, Dick made up for with his never-say-die aggressiveness. As senator during his junior year, Dick worked on several committees giving advice and creat- ing harmony. ho ' oponopono a na hdumana ELAINE AH MAI Vice President SARAH OBAYASHI Secretary GEORGE WADA Treasurer DEAN HAROLD BITNER Advisor ASUH i t RICHARD TSUI President The Senate gave final sanction to the revised ASUH Constitution and set up the new Student Court as prescribed. Two changes were effected in the ASUH during the second semester. Bertha Lau replaced Senior Senator George Fukumoto when the latter resigned because of other obligations and a special election placed a new Vice-President in the seat vacated by Elaine Ah Mai. In its effort to supplement as well as to coordinate the activities of the classes, clubs, and other organizations on campus, the ASUH sponsored a variety of both social and politi- cal events for the student body. For the in- coming frosh was Orientation Week, an aloha dance and a camp. Adding a grand touch to the football season was Homecoming Day and the Willamette-UH football game. For the occasion alumni were invited home to give lectures to various classes and to participate in the poi-laulau supper that night. In Spring the annual Ka Palapala Beauty Pageant of Nations was held. Climax- ing the social year was the nationally publi- cized Pan-Pacific Festival to celebrate May Day. 1 Kor-T teC- hrt - . v v.r SENATORS, FIRST ROW, left to right: Bruce Arakaki, George Fuku- moto. SECOND ROW: Daniel Au, George Kagawa. THIRD ROW: Charles Parmiter, Barney Menor. FOURTH ROW: Ann Clopton, Clifton Morimisato, Rosita Villanueva, Joseph Chang, Myra Oka- zaki. FIFTH ROW: Archie Wung, Evelyn Teragawachi. Manuel Emiliano, Anna Yuen. fs- l ICC FIRST ROW, left to right: Elaine Loo. Robert Inouye, Larry Takao, Eunice Miyamoto, Nancy Yamashita, Ron- ald Morikawa. SECOND ROW: Mitsuo Takayama, Takao Shikuma, Nobuko Matsui, Puanani Hekekia, Howard Lee. Philip Choy. THIRD ROW: Charles Heen, Fumie Aoki. Evelyn Nitta. Barbara Tsunehiro. Shuichi Tanaka. Stanley Yamanaka. After a weak start the Inter-Club Council finally adopted a new constitution and elected its officers in November. Imme- diately, work with the ASUH Senate was begun for the promotion of a better coordinated football cheering section, which proved to be most successful. Coffee hours, a means by which the clubs were given direct aid in such areas as how to plan programs and how to handle club finances, were held. A very unique Easter Egg Hunt on the campus was held in April for the Honolulu orphans. In order to establish better relationship between Japan and Hawaii, a Cherry Tree Scholarship Drive was sponsored. Money sent to the International Christian University in Japan brought to this campus a little, but very symbolic, cherry tree. The yearly ICC Songfest again lured the clubs to compete for high honors. In May the WSSF Drive was led by various clubs. Leaders of the ICC were Chairman Larry Takao, 1st Vice- chairman Grace Gaza, 2nd Vice-chairman Leslie Nakamura, Secretary Nancy Yamashita, and Treasurer Eunice Miyamoto. Invaluable aid was given by Miss Jeanne Johnson, faculty advisor. AIVS AWS, the ofiicial organization for all uni- versity women students, hod one of its most active and successful years in recent times under the efficient leadership of Jo Ann Renfro, President. Among the numerous events carried out were a freshman reception and fashion show, a Pun ' kin Twirl semi-formal dance, lectures, a Christmas formal Fashion Show opened to the public, Women ' s Day activities, which included the first convocation of the school year and an Easter show. The AWS sponsored Menehunes, a service organization of outstanding sophomores, guid- ed tour groups on campus in cooperation with the Office of Publications. Miss Renfro, who graduated in February, was succeeded by Marjorie Au, first semester vice-president, as AWS president. Advisor was Jeanne Johnson. JO ANN RENFRO President MARJORIE AU Vice President { »v J JOAN NAKAMURA Secretary FLORENCE IKEDA Treasurer FIRST ROW, left to right: Betty Ann Lim, Bertha Lau, Grace Yamada, Laura Chun. SECOND ROW: Donna Rohrs, Jennie Kam, Marjorie Au, Ruby Kawamura. Florence Ikeda. Public Relations FIRST ROW. lelt to right: Bernice Yamai-.e. Janet Kimura. Florence Miguel, George Yoshishige. SE- COND ROW: Roy Uejio, James Valenciano, Barney Menor, Hiroo Kaya. Directory FIRST ROW, left to right: Jean Ok- una, Nancy Nushida, Barbara Tsune- hiro, Pat Bal. SECOND ROW: Amy Higashino, Joan Nakamura, Irene Nakamura, Ken Furukawa. Social FIRST ROW, lelt to right: James Valenciano, George Kagawa, Ro- bert Murashige, Kenneth Chong. SECOND ROW: Doris Suyama, Barbara Kashinoki. Laura Wong, Elizabeth Nokabayashi. THIRD ROW: Albert Moriyama, Evalyn Inn, Donald Funai, Harry Kido. spirit and Rally FIRST ROW, lelt to right: Lillian Kahaulelio, Nani Lee. Roberta Kaiama, Joan Castroverde, Amanda Wong, Daniel Au. SE- COND ROW: Glenna Gitsch- lag. Ginger Charlock, Diane Kekoolani, Robbie O ' Dare, Marilyn Lunt, Joe Chang. Finance FIRST ROW, left to right: Dorothy Liu. George Wada, Myra Okazaki. SE- COND ROW: Cliiton Morimisato, Nancy Takela, Manuel Emiliano. Election FIRST ROW, lelt to right: James Kojiro, Arthur Wong, Chairman. SECOND ROW: Lorraine Kwan, Joan Nakamura, Irene Nakamura. Hdndbool FIRST ROW. left to right: Grace Nakaeda Irene Murakami. Roy Uejio. Betsy Murakami KNEELING, left to right: Edward Otsu. Shirley Lee, James Nohara. STANDING: Mary Yamashita, Loretta Ching, Harriet Ikeda, Edna Serikawa, Dr. R. Clopton, Marian Tsukano, Dr. H. Roberts, Norma Jean Texeira, Florence Maney, Jane Eomeiji, Col. Adna G. Clarke. Supervising, promoting, and coordinating the activities at Hemenway Hall is the Board of Governors, better known as BOG. It is composed of eight students, three facuhy members, and an alumnus. The program counsellor for the hall serves as its Executive Secretary. Under the sponsorship of the Board a varied program that gave opportunity to students to express and develop themselves in social, cultural, and recreational activities was offered. This program included dances, music recitals, coffee hours, movies, exhibitions, demonstrations and lectures. Boe PERSONNEL, left to right: Evelyn R. Endo. Marion Tsukano, Jean Takahashi. SPACE ALLOCATION, left to right : Doris Uchida Norma Jane Texeira. . 1 HOUSE COMMITTEE, lelt to right: Arthur Muraoka, Alan Kajioka, Edna Serikawa, Minnie Kagehiro, Ethel Kawai, Elizabeth Ho. PROGRAM COMMITTEE, left to right: Alberta Nobu, Lei Honda, Edward Otsu, Jean Hashimoto, Misao Toku- hisa. PUBLIC RELATIONS, leit to right: Harriet Ikeda, Sachie Tamekuni, Melba Fujimoto, Alma Ishida. RULES COMMITTEE, left to right: Florence Malsuoka, Alan McKillop, Shirley Ann Lee. SOSA FIRST ROW, left to right: Elaine Ah Mai, Jeanne Johnson. Amy Higashino. Takao. Dr. Hermann, Bowen De Silva, Saburo Ovama, Dr. Horan. SECOND ROW: Larry The Student Organizations and Social Ac- tivities Committee consists of five students recommended by the ASUH Senate and four faculty members appointed by the University President. This organization is responsible for general university policies and procedures governing student activities. Provision is made for referrals from the ASUH Senate, ICC, BOG, or any interested group or individual. The Board of Publications was originally created as an administrative body to transact business for the major publications on campus, Ka Leo O Hawaii and Ka Palapala. To strength- en its status from that of an administrative body to that of a policy forming body, the BOP this year extended its jurisdiction to all publi- cations which received ASUH budgeted funds. FIRST ROW. left to right: Mr. Davenport, Arthur Shida, Roy Akaki. SECOND ROW: Trixie Tanaka. Mrs. Natalie Fern, Ethel Leong, Ellen Suzuki, Mrs. McPherson. BOP DR. FRANK T. INOUYE Director ALICE KOIIMA Secretary Hilo Branch The University of Hawaii Hilo Branch, organized six years ago as the Hilo Center, began the school year with a new administra- tion when Frank T. Inouye succeeded Edward T. White as director of the school. ASUH officers for this two year old branch were Ronald Bright, President; Janice Yuen, Vice-President; Hanayo Murashige, Secretary; Tadashi Najita, Treasurer. Ethel Abe and Sid- ney Segawa were sophomore representatives and May Ikeda and Reginald Carvalho were freshman representatives. Incoming students were orientated to uni- versity life at a camp at the YMCA Hale O Aloha in September. A memorable part of the program was the trip to the erupting crater of Halemoumau. Freshman were welcomed into the Hilo Branch after initiation in October. Hazing week saw the frosh in haphazard attire and subject to upperclass jeers. A Bury the Hatchet picnic erased all grudges between the sophomores and freshmen. With the frosh a real part of the branch, the ASUH began its activities with a Counsel- lors ' Luncheon in October. Principa ls and counsellors from all Big Island high schools were invited to meet with the Hilo Branch staff, ASUH officers. Department of Public In- struction personnel and community representa- tives to discuss public relations of the Hilo Branch. In November, the annual Little Rainbow Dance was held in the Hilo Armory and an Open House Day scheduled. Approximately 400 high school seniors planning to enter the UH or other colleges were invited to the open house on the Hilo Branch campus. The sixth annual ASUH formal Christmas banquet and dance was held in the Crater Room of the Hotel Palm Terrace. Shortly after Christmas, the ASUH sponsored a picnic social honoring all former Hilo Branchers back for the holidays. A semester break camp at Hapuna Beach helped students recuperate from the hours of cramming for final exams. The Hilo Branch for the second time sent a representative to the Ka Palapala Beauty Pageant on the main cam- pus in Honolulu. The AWS of the Hilo Branch was led by Loretta Chong, who was assisted by Leila Okino and Yuriko Nonaka. ' 1- ' . m ' ' 4 ' J N-Y,. Hilo Branch ASUH council in action AWS Council meeting . . . Luncheon at the Lanai for High School Counselors, principals, and civic leaders. Ka Leo Iki staff at work LEFT: University Chorus class. RIGHT: AWS in action. TOP: With this ring I thee wed . Hale O ' Aloha. . BOTTOM: Off to cnsa ' ' , t V i LITTLE RAINBOW BASKETBALL TEAM, kneeling: " Bra " Hanaumi, " Billy " Kama, " 17 " Okino, " Bugs " Endo. Waldemar Laeha. STANDING: " Bunny " Brown, coach; " Kaz " Kawahara. " Dad " Hayashi, mgr.; " Portogee ' Silva, " Swami " Ah You, " Hawaiian " Ugalde, " Porky " Abe, mgr. LEFT: Refreshment lime. TOP RIGHT: Hard way peanuts. BOTTOM RIGHT: What Tets, no cue TOP TO BOTTOM: Christmas banquet at the Crater Room. Studying in the Library. Open house assembly in the gym. Head table at the Crater Room. ho ' oponopono President ' s Message In addressing the students of the University of Hawaii, I address educated individuals — young men and young women who have had an opportunity to develop an intellectual and spiritual perspective. This perspecti ve should stand them in good stead as a frame of refer- ence for the present, as a touchstone for the uture. For one thing, it should enable them to distinguish the difference between loaded propaganda and unbiased truth. An educated person is also an individual within whose broad cultural understanding resides specialized knowledge which should enable him to meet effectively the problems with which life confronts him. Educated persons are urgently needed by our community, by our country, by the world at large. 1 am confident that you, as persons who have been privileged to receive the ad- vantages of higher education, will devote yourselves to the highest and the most pro- ductive ends. GREGG M, SINCLAIR President DR. GREGG M. SINCLAIR President DR. PAUL S. BACHMAN Vice-Presideni Dean ol Faculties 1 1 1 : ■ 1 1 1 i 1 1 WJOg M BOARD OF REGENTS, FIRST ROW, left to right: W lliam P. Ale. ander, I. Garner Anthony, Katsuyuki Izumi. SECOND ROW: Fred K. Lam, W. Harold Loper, J. Frank McLaughlin. THIRD ROW: Richard Penhallow, Gregg M. Sinclair, Philip Spaulding. Bo rd of Regents General supervision and control of the Uni- versity of Hawaii is vested in the Board of Regents, composed of representatives from all the major islands in the Hawaiian group as reflected by the territory-wide character of the board. At least one member of the board must be an alumnus of the University; at present there are lour. Seven are appointed by the governor of the Territory, two are ex-officio. The Board of Regents operates under its own by-laws and concerns itself with general Uni- versity policy, finance and budgeting, and appointment of personnel. Chairman of the Board is Phillip E. Spald- ing, C. Brewer and Company, Honolulu; J. Frank McLaughlin, Vice-Chairman, Judge, U.S. District Court, Honolulu; Paul S. Bachman, Secretary, Vice-President of the University; J. Garner Anthony, attorney-at-law, Honolulu; Fred K. Lam, physician and surgeon, Honolulu; William P. Alexander, manager, Grove Farm Company, Lihue, Kauai; Katsuyuki Izumi, physician and surgeon, Wailuku, Maui; Richard Penhallow, assistant manager, Parker Ranch, Kamuela, Hawaii; Gregg M. Sinclair, ex-officio, president of the University, Honolulu; W. Har- old Loper, ex-officio, Department of Public Instruction, Honolulu. sr ■■■ Left to right: Dr. Bruce White, Dr. Harold Bitner, Dr. Edmund Spellacy, Dr. Willard Wilson, Dr. Thayne Livesay, Dr. Gregg Sinclair, Dr. Paul Bachman, Harold Wadsworth, Wilfred Holmes.. Mising from picture. Dr. Harold Roberts. Council of Deans The Council of Deans advises President Sinclair on faculty appointments, promotions, budgets, curriculum requirements, student dis- cipline and other administrative problems and policies. The Council of Deans is composed of Chair- man, Vice-President and Dean of Faculties, Paul S. Bachman; President Gregg ' -.M. Sinclair; Dean of the Graduate School, Thayne M. Live- say; Dean of Student Personnel, Harold M. Bitner; Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, W. Willard Wilson; Dean, College of Applied Sciences, Wilfred J. Holmes; Dean, Teachers College, Bruce White; Dean, College of Agricul- ture, Harold A. Wadsworth; Dean, College of Business Administration, Harold S. Roberts. Every student remembers his or her own Dean. Business majors who visited Roberts in the old building; Aggie farmers who shoveled their way to see Wads; teachers who dreaded seeing te acher White; arts and science students who got to sit in the new and comfortable of- fices of Willie Wilson; the technically tuned students of Holmes; and the well-liked and admired-by-all Dean Bit. Administrative Assistants The Administrative Assistants, the incon- spicuous workers of the administration, as usual listened to complaints in form of orders from above and gave " advice " to the students. They played an important part in the every day operation of the University of Hawaii. Operation within our budget remained the job of Joseph Skorpen. Admission to the Uni- versity was Ed White ' s job. Dr. Dole adminis- tered exams for incoming freshmen and the deferment exams. Librarian Carl Stroven kept the fines coming thick and fast. Tom Nickerson our information please man directed the office of Publications and Information, and our final exam schedule may be credited to Helen Mac- Neil, registrar. The Administrative Assistants are: Helen MacNeil, Registrar; Virginia Jones, Director, School of Nursing; Jeanne Johnson, Director, Bureau of Student Activities; Mary Lou Mc- Pherson, Director, Bureau of Student Resi- dences; Arthur Dole, Director, Bureau of Testing and Guidance; Harold Wadsworth, Hawaii Ag- ricultural Experiment Station; Y. Baron Goto, Associate Director, Cooperative Extension Ser- vice in Agriculture and Home Economics; Louis A. Henke, Associate Director, Hawaii Agricul- tural Experiment Station; Spencer Tinker, Dir- ector, Aquarium; Henry Vasconcellos, Director, Athletics; Robert Hiatt, Director Hawaii Marine Laboratory; Harley Zeigler, Director, School of Religion; Harold Roberts, Director, Industrial Relations Center; Norman Meller, Director, Leg- islative Reference Bureau; Myrtle Brodie, Direc- tor, Personnel; Colin Herrick, Director, Psycho- logical and Psychopathic Clinic; Katharine Handley, Director, School of Social Work; Albert McKinney, Director, University Extension Division; and Edmund Spellacy, Veterans ' Adviser. FIRST ROW, left to right: Helen MacNeil, Virginia Jones, Y. Baron Goto, Louis Henke. SECOND ROW: Edward White, Arthur Dole, Colin Herrick, Thomas Nickerson, Carl Stroven, Joseph Skorpen. LEFT TO RIGHT: Harley Zeigler, Jeanne Johnson, Robert Hiatt. Katharine Handley, Harold Wadsworth. na mea nui n A typical. Women ' s Residence Hall room? Hale Laulima. Where are the girls? ' .: I Coronation of Pan Pacific Queen Eloise Wery, by Pat Sousa, 1S52 Pan Pacific Queen. Doings LEFT: Getting lost, you little oriental creep RIGHT: I wish I were lost. A IP ' XV hi WSSF auction. Prof. John Stalker, auctioneer The annual distribution of Commerce Club blotters. Anything to get your picture into the annual. Our Dorms Charles Atherton House, men ' s dorm. Hale Laulima. women ' s dorm. 4 ese " " tS£-o« Runner-Ups Held annually on the campus, the Ka Palo- pala Pageant oi Nations was again a highlight of the school year. This is a beauty pageant in which queens are selected from each of the racial groups represented on the campus — Caucasian, Chinese. Cosmopolitan, Filipino, Hawaiian, Japanese, and Korean. Following bathing suit and dress rallies, the students select five girls from each group to appear at a formal presentation before a board of judges and the public at the Arthur L. An- drews Outdoor Theatre. At this time a queen from each group is chosen. In addition to the thirty-five contestants, the UH Hilo Branch, for the second time, sent a representative to take part in the pageant. This year Hilo ' s representative, lovely Myra Todd, was chosen as Cosmopolitan Queen. OISE --.JS " JEAN Ha SHI " " ' UNDA vnr JANE KIM oreorj ». % ' .icV J fin . , 10. s ,« i A ; ' . r ;a V-V ' -i«iBfy Myra Todd Cosmopolitan • , Markie lA insett Caucasian Agnes Takeuchi Japanese ' ' Sv Nani Lee Hawaiian ir. S - ft . ' vV : -i Ethel Vl ong Chinese Helen Andres Filipino t J - X Jackie Young Korean Who ' s Who? l omen ' s iVeek Model Carolyn Schrader in an afternoon dress. AWS Manless Breakfast. Photo by Male Photographer. I ' m so sad, there ' s no men around. The first step in your college career. and now to scab School Life They make us wail for our " Happy 46th Birthday " UH. . I pa dm Head Coach Henry Vasconcellos Football The 1952-53 Football season opened with an entirely new coaching staff at the helm of the Rainbow football squad. Faced in the beginning of the season with a squad composed mostly of rookie freshmen built around a nucleus of upperclassmen, Coach Henry Vasconsellos and his assistants, Kayo Chung, Sus Tanaka, and James Asato, developed a fast and spirited team that ably bore the banners of the Green and White. The UH team although lacking the experi- ence of the other teams of the University Invitational Conference finished the season with a record of 4 wins, 2 losses, and a tie with the Forty Niners, UlC Champs. Fast working manager. Bob Inouye ASSISTANT COACHES: Sus Tanaka, line coach; Jimmy Asato, backlield coach; Kayo Chung, head line coach. Co-Captain Ellsworth Bush Co-Captain Sadao Matsukawa For the first time in many years, the UH team was defeated by a local Senior League Club. Carrying the brunt of the Rainbow offense were Co-Captains Sadao Matsukawa and Ells- worth Bush, with George Fujiwara leading the defensive platoon. Consistant ground-gainers were Richard Mendez, Tom Brigan, Walt Kato, and freshmen Joe Balangitao, Bob Cadinha, Al Franco, Sherwin Fellez and Ed Kawawaki. Line- men Ed Toma, Walt Nozoe, Eric Watanabe, Larry Mosher, Ed Malapit, David Mendez, Arnold Naumu, the Price brothers, and Dick Ueoka helped with body contact. UNIVERSITY INVITATIONAL CONFERENCE Forty-Niners UH Barber ' s Point Town Team won lost tie 6 1 4 2 1 3 3 7 Nine members of the defensive platoon wait anxiously for the call, but hope the team scores. CLOCKWISE: Larry Mosher, Eric Watanabe. Ed Toma, Walter Nozoe. Hawaii Town Team A crowd of 21,000 was on hand to witness the Roaring Rainbows ' ' 52 debut in the annual Police Benefit game. The Rainbows fielded a scrappy, well-drilled eleven that out- classed and overran their bigger, more experienced foes, 42-0. The Manoans opened the scoring in the first quarter with Balangitao taking a pitchout from Matsukawa to circle left end for three yards and a touchdown. Backed deep within the shadow of their own goal post by Tommy Low ' s coffin corner punt, Hawaii drove 94 yards in thirteen plays to score. This put the ' Bows in front, 14-0, at halftime. The second half found the spirited Rainbows rampaging over the hapless Townie goal line for four more touchdowns. After six minutes of scrimmage, Balangitao streaked over to score, to begin the UH touchdown parade. Mendez tallied with a minute left in the third quarter then added his fourth extra point. Another 14 pomts were scored in the final quarter. Sure blocking and crisp tackling characterized the colle- gians, play throughout the game. The one-sided statistics showed the ' Bows chalked up 12 first downs against one for the Townies and a net 218 yards gained against a minus two. Sadao Matsukawa (14) paves the way for luUback Alfred Franco (32) with a driving block. Dick Mendez (21) looks for an opening as a host of 49 ' ers close in. Fresh from their success against the Townies, the UH Rainbows traveled to Tucson to meet the Arizona Wildcats in their 1952 intercollegiate opener. The Rainbows, making their initial mainland appearance under new mentor Vascon- cellos, were swamped 57-7 by a powerful Wildcat squad. The power-laden Arizona eleven rushed for a touchdown within three minutes after the opening gun. Wildcat fullback Don Beasley stormed over from the three to open the scoring. With Beasley and Mike Kelly pacing the " Cat ' s " attack, Arizona rolled up to a 24-0 lead at the half. The ' Bows scored their lone tally in the fourth quarter by driving 61 yards in four plays. Tom Brogan ripped off 17 yards to start the TD drive. Joe Matsukawa then passed to Dick Carpenter for 13 yards to follow with another completion to Ellsworth Bush. This placed the ball on the Wildcat 2 yard line. Brogan rammed the pigskin over for Hawaii ' s score. Dick Mendez converted successfully. H mW Arizona CLOCKWISE: Robert Cadinha. Richard Watase, Arnold Naumu, Gordon Chang. HdWdii Lewis and Clark CLOCKWISE: Richard Ueoka, Roy Price, Alfred Franco, Henry Ariyoshi. A spirited Hawaii squad came Irom behind twice to triumph 21-20 over Lewis and Clark. Played at Portland before a crowd of 3,700 the three accurate conversions booted by reliable Richard Mendez and the passing of foe Matsukawa won for UH. Unleashing a deadly aerial attack, Quarterback Matsu- kawa accounted for one Hawaii touchdown and set up the other two with his long accurate throws. The losers scored on Halfback Caley Cook ' s 18 yard run. The Rainbows evened the score with one minute to play in the first half. The Pioneers went ahead in the third quarter as Cook plowed through from the five to climax a 62 yard drive. The scrappy Manoans surged right back, Matsukawa passing 34 yards to Ellsworth Bush who scampered over the goal-line untouched. Mendez made good the second of his conversions. With four minutes remaining, fullback George Fujiwara plunged over from the two, capping a drive which featured a forty yard pass from Matsukawa to Dick Carpenter. Mendez kicked his final and game-decidmg conversion. Robert Cadinha (12) returns a kickofi against the 49ers. Other Manoans in the picture are Roy Price (42) and Dick Mendez (21). A fighting Hawaii squad battled the heavily favored Texas Western team on eve n terms for three quarters before succumbing to superior weight and reserves. The final 42-26 score gives no indication of the closeness of the hard fought game. The Green and White band fought valiantly to over- come a 20-7 first quarter lead and trailed by a close 28-26 margin until the fourth quarter. Hawaii scored first on a pass from Joe Matsukawa to stellar receiver Dick Carpenter. The Miners roared back, for a 48 yard touchdown. The EI Paso collegians followed with two quick tallies, and the scoreboard read: Texas Western 20, Hawaii 7. The Manoans came back from that jolt so superbly, that many in the stands expected to witness an upset. Matsukawa started off by firing a pass to Carpenter who went 60 yards to score. Less than three minutes later, Joe Balangitao scooted 28 yards for another Hawaii touchdown. The Miners were not to be denied, and tallied another touchdown. In the third quarter Sherwin Fellez countered for the " Bows by returning a kickoff 96 yards into the end zone. Mendez ' s conversion attempt was wide and the score was 28-26 in favor of the El Paso eleven. Texas demonstrated its superiority in the final quarter as they tallied twice to up the score 42-26. Texas W estern Passing interference-men Dave Men- dez (22) and Walt Nozoe (35). Sherwin Fellez (39) drives over ior a Rainbow touchdown against HAC. CLOCKWISE: Robert Schulte, Ray Naylon, Larry Price. Sherwin Fellez. Dave Mendez (22) runs into a Willa- mette defender after snagging a pass in the Annual Homecoming Game. Line-men coming up to help are Ed Malapit (34), Walt Nozoe (35), Henry Ariyoshi (27), and Ed Toma (24). In what was probably the most exciting senior league clash in recent years, the Rainbows battled from behind to gain a 21-21 standoff with the power laden 49ers, champions of the University Invitational Conference. Highlighting the action-packed game was the thrilling last-ditch stand by Hawaii in the dying moments of the game when the 49ers were knocking on the UH two-yard line. The senior league club, sparked by a dozen ex-UHers, grabbed a 14-0 lead behind the power running of Johnny Dang and the speed of Dick Nelson. The Rainbows were not to be denied and stormed back with two touchdowns before the half. Pete Wilson bulldozed his way through the middle of the Rainbow line to put the 49ers a touchdown ahead. Lucian Jakubousky made it a 21-14 ballgame with his third straight successful conversion. The UHers miOtched this with a beauti- fully executed 63 yard pass play from Matsukawa to Ellsworth Bush. Mendez ' s educated toe again proved the important factor as he knotted the score 21-21. Hawaii 49er ' s COUNTER CLOCKWISE: George Fujiwara, Walter Kato, David Mendez, Richard Mendez. George Fujiwara (20) rolls up yard- age against the Townies. Ed Kawa- waki (28) aids the veteran fullback with a block. Exploding for 28 points in the second quarter, the Hawaii- an Forty-niners walloped the University of Hawaii 41-14 to clinch the University Invitational Football Conference title after both teams waged a bitter defensive battle in the score- less first quarter. In the first play of the second quarter, Forty-niner safety Bill Kaau electrified the spectators by returning a punt 68 yards to paydirt. Lucian Jakubousky converted to give the Forty-niners a 7-0 lead. Before the smoke had cleared from that lightning jolt, the Forty-niner offensive began to explode as Earl Galdeira, Johnny Dang and Jammer Kekai rambled over for touchdowns. Hawaii fought back in the third quarter to push over their first tally. Matsukawa faded back and released an aerial to Ellsworth Bush that was good for 51 yards and a touchdown. Early in the fourth quarter the Forty-niners chalked up two more scores. The final UH tally came on a spectacular pass play from Dick Watase to Dave Mendez. Hawaii 49er ' s CLOCKWISE; Terry Plunkett, Charles Araki, Herbert Nemoto, Harry Daniels. loe Balangitao (SS) flips the ball to Alfred Franco (32) on a beautifully executed lateral play, as ex-UHer Dick Carpenter closes in. The annual homecoming game featured the Rainbows as hosts to the University of Willamette. Though the Bearcats, by virtue of their decisive victory over Lewis and Clark, were a one-touchdown favorite at gametime, the Manoans stub- bornly checked the Bearcat offense, battling to a 7-7 deadlock. The Willamette eleven lit the scoreboard in the second quarter with halfback Lou Lofland plunging over from the two yard line to culminate a 52 yard drive. The Green and White squad surged back in the second half. The rugged UH line led by linebackers George Fujiwara and Hartwell Freitas stopped the Bearcats cold and then pro- ceeded to reverse the tide. Late in the third quarter. Bob Platenberg dropped back to punt on fourth down. Platenberg was rushed by the swift charging Hawaii line and had to run into the end zone to get off the punt. The poorly kicked ball traveled thirteen yards and provided Hawaii with a big break. Richard Mendez ripped off five yards to start the drive. On the next play Fellez shot through a big hole and scored stand- ing up. Dick Mendez split the uprights for the all important point and the score was knotted 7-7. HdWdii lA illamette COUNTER CLOCKWISE: Tom Brogan, Ed Ma- lapit, Joe Balangitao, Hartwell Freitas. Hawaii— COP The University of Hawaii Rainbows entered their final inter-collegiate game of the season and were convincingly whipped. by the super- ior forces of the College of the " Pacific Tigers 49-13. The classy Tigers, led by Tom McCormick, unleashed their vaunted power to score in virtually every quarter of the game. Pacific ' s initial score carne on the second play of the game via a 52 yard jaunt by halfback Phil Flock. Although the Rainbows were outclassed and outplayed throughout the evening, they continued their spirit and fight and managed to light the scoreboard on two occasions. In the second half the Manoans, paced by Sadao Matsukawa ' s passing, drove 77 yards in 7 plays to score. The drive included a 34 yard aerial from Matsukav a to Dick Ueoka and was climaxed by Breezer Bush ' s spectacular diving catch of a 21 yard toss into the end zone. Richard Mendez split the uprights for the extra point. The final Rainbow tally came late in the fourth quarter on a 45 yard aerial from Matsukawa ' s understudy Dick Watase to Dick Ueoka. Playing their final inter-collegiate game for the University of Hawaii, Co-captains Sadao Matsukawa and Ellsworth Bush along with Defensive Captain George Fujiwara led their team-mates with their inspirational playing. The University will sorely miss their leadership on and off the gridiron next season. Hawaii-1952 UH 42 Town Team UH 7 57 Arizona UH 21 20 Lewis and Clark UH 26 42 Texas Western UH 47 Hawaiian Athletic Club UH 40 20 Barber ' s Point UH 21 21 Forty Niners UH 40 7 Town Team UH 14 41 Forty Niners UH 7 7 Willamette UH 13 49 College of the Pacific UH 7 16 Barber ' s Point Top UH passer in many years, Joe Matsukawa eats yardage around right-end before being pushed out-of-bounds. M: v? r ' ♦ ?irw, BAC Operating by authority of the ASUH. the Board of Athletic Control holds the reins for all competitive inter-collegiate athletics at the University of Hawaii. A few of the many duties of the BAC, are to unify, direct and formulate athletic policies at UH, to issue awards, letters and other insig- nia to those athletes who have met eligibility requirements. Membership of the BAC consists of three students, three faculty members and three alumni members. Adolph Mendonca, alumni member, was chairman for the 1952-1953 school year. BOARD OF ATHLETIC CONTROL, first row, left to right: Henry Vasconcellos, Adolph Mendonca, Akira Fukunaga, Joseph Skorpen.. SECOND ROV : Harold Bitner, Archie Wung. Barney Menor, Charles Moore. Richard Tsui. Missing from Picture: Charles Hapai, Charles Hunter. JV. first row, left to right: Bob Cadinha, Joe Balangitao, James Tanaka, Alexander Bell, Ralph Ichiyama. SECOND ROW: Howard Pryor, Alexander Thompson, Myles Marshman, Bob Huston, Ray Naylon, Edwin Fong. JV Basketball Alter a rather slow and uneventful start in the Hawaiian Amateur Basketball Association League, the Rainbow JV squad picked up speed to complete the season with a 4-4 record. The Jayvees resumed play this year, after a season of inactivity and were mentored by Ah Chew Goo. Showing well in the Rainbow line up were Bob Cadinha, Joe Balangitao, Bob Huston, and Ray Naylon. Other members of the squad included James Tanaka, Alex Bell, Ralph Ichiyama, Alex Thompson, Myles Marshman and Edwin Fong. Single combat. Harvey Lee and Joe Cipriano dispute possession of the ball in mid-air. WAII OPPONENTS 70 WILLAMETTE 56 67 MARINES 77 110 NAVAL BASE 54 59 SUBPAC 56 92 NISEI AC 68 67 BARBER ' S POINT 39 61 UNIVERSAL MOTORS 53 59 HAWAII ALL STARS 57 56 II II 63 65 HITC 43 53 " " 50 54 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 59 67 " " 77 56 „ 62 70 STANFORD 59 66 " 91 55 U OF WASHINGTON 83 75 PEPPERDINE 53 55 SANTA CLARA 80 51 LOYOLA 57 63 ST. MARY ' S COLLEGE 71 40 U OF CALIFORNIA 77 47 ST. MARY ' S COLLEGE 57 68 ST. MARY ' S 81 88 HILO ALL STARS 53 41 LEWIS AND CLARK 61 74 OREGON STATE 58 ALVIN SAAKE Coach Basketball KENNETH GOMES Manager FIRST ROW, left to right: Stanley Chung. Walter Taguma, Thomas Ida. Thomas Yasuhara. Al Manliguis. Frank Kamahele. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Gomes, Manager. Harvey Lee. Larry Keolanui. Bill Lee. Fred Furukawa, Taggart Walker, Al Saake, Coach. O f n ■I V f Bill Lee Harvey Lee Fred Furukawa Al Manliguis Tom Yasuhara Thomas Ida Stanley Chung Set up in the Stanford game. Al Manliguis sinks one alter a fast break. Frank Kamahele Walter Taguma Larry Keolanui One against three. Bill Lee tries a jump shot in spite of heavy Trojan opposition. Going up. AI Manliguis loops one in to score against Universal Plymouths AH alone. Tom Yasuhara pots two points, as four Gaels Irom St. Mary ' s look on. The Rainbows ended a rugged 27 game 1952-53 basketball season with a creditable record of 12 wins and 15 losses. In his second year it the helm. Coach Al Saake molded his charges into a well-coordinated squad that displayed lots of teamwork and fighting spirit. At the outset of the season, the squad traveled to the mainland to engage some of the finest college teams on the Pacific coast. The Manoans completed their jaunt with a won 2 — lost 6 record, registering victories over Pepperdine, defending CCAA title holder, and Willamette. The University Invitational Conference again invited top- notch West Coast basketball squads to compete in its tourney. The crov ds which attended the games definitely established inter-collegiate basketball as a major sport in Hawaii. Stanford, Washington, Southern California, Santa Clara, St. Mary ' s, and Oregon State were teams that compeled in the UIC this year. The Manoans did not fare so well in the league but managed to garner 4 wins, defeating Universal Motors twice and Stan- ford and Oregon State once each. TOP, Taggart Walker. BOTTOM. Truman Bruce i0 l ' Baseball IIMMY ASATO Coach The youthful and inexperienced Rainbow baseball team, under new coach Jimmy Asato, completed a fair 1953 campaign. Captain of the squad was hard-hitting first baseman Stan- ley Hashimoto. The Rainbows, playing in the tough Winter league against top-notch Hawaii league play- ers, showed signs of promise at the start of the campaign, but hustle and team spirit alone were not enough to overcome lack of reserves and experience. As a result, the Manoans were not able to match their opponents ' superior hitting, pitching and scoring punch. Bright spots in the Rainbow picture were the perform.ances of pitchers Mich Shishido, Mai Hirano and Dick Okimoto, and the effective stickwork of Stan Hashimoto, Bob Koike, Larry Kuratani, Richard Omuro, Donald Hirai and Joe Matsukawa. Others performing well for Hawaii were Ronald Tamanaha, Bryson Jhung, Alfred Deloso, Dado Agcaoili and Mickey Karimoto. is i STAN HASHIMOTO Captain FIRST ROW, left to right: Mickey Karimoto, Richard Omuro, Richard Okimoto, Stan Hashimoto, Dan Uesugi, Ronald Tamanaha, Mel Hirano. SECOND ROW: Dado Agcaoili, Alfred Deloso, Bob Koike, Don Dunkley, Bryson Jhung. THIRD ROW: Virgil Brown, Don Hirai, Michio Shishido, Joe Matsukawa, Takao Shikuma, Edmund Toma. TAKAO SHIKUMA, ED TOMA Managers PITCHERS, left to right:: Mitch Shishido, Dan Uesugi. Don Dunkley, Richard Okimoto, Mel Hirano. INFIELDERS, leit to right: Bryson Ihung, Bob Koike, Stan Hashimoto, Ronald Tamanaha, Alfred Dele OUTFIELDERS, leit to right: Donald Hirai, Joe Matsuka wa. Dado Agcaoili, Richard Omuro, Mickey Karimoto, Virgil Brown. Boxing HERBERT MINN Coach The University of Hawaii Boxing team suffered from lack of experienced fighters this year as evidenced by their record in city-wide competition. Five UH boxers participated in the Oahu Amateur Boxing Association finals in February. Bob Dias and Barney Shiotani dropped deci- sions in the first round of eliminations, but Pedro Yray outpointed Isidore Gabriel of HAC to gain the final round. All hopes for OABA crowns coming to the University were erased when George Morita lost a split decision to Sweeny Ah Sui of Vets AC, Tom Shimabuku lost to Keiji Hirai of Army, and in a last-stand bout, Pedro Yray weakened after a strong first round, dropped his match to Hawaii Youth ' s Eugene Hosaka. Coach Herbert Minn lost several of his better fighters after the first semester due to the draft and objections by some of the parents of the boxers. This contributed to the relatively lean season. Prospects for next year, however, appear to be bright with the return of Yray, Shimabuku, Dias, Morita, and Shiotani. § U. t FRONT ROW, left to right: Bob Dias. George Morita, Thomas Shimabuku. Rizalino Villa. SECOND ROW: Theodore Kawahara. lames Takushi, Barney Shiotani, Pedro Yray. Eugene Ogan. Trainer: Napoleon Vierra Student Manager: Takashi Shinoda Barney Shiotani, Thomas Shimabuku Bob Dias Pedro Yray, George Morita. J " ' ! FIRST ROW, leit to right: Richard Johnson, Hugo Franzen, Ritchie Kunich- ika. Nelson Yoshioka. SECOND ROW: Llewellyn Biven, Derick Yabusaki, Melvin Weaver, William Prange, Donald Denna. NELSON YOSHIOKA Captain Swimming SOICHI SAKAMOTO Coach Left to right: Grace Okihiro, Virginia May, Marion Olsen, lUeana Satterlee VIRGINIA MAY Captain The UH swimming team splashed its way to a successful ' 53 season under coach Soichi Sakamoto. With Nelson Yoshioka and Virginia May as captains, the Rainbow swimmers posted several outstanding times in the annual Rainbow and Punahou school meets. In the Rainbow Meet, Virginia May won the 100 yard backstroke event and finished second in the 150 yard individual medley. The relay team of Llewellyn Biven, Harry Ching, and Nelson Yoshioka churned their way to the runnerup post in the 300 yard medley relay. Marion Olson outstroked Cathy Klein- schmidt and Julia Murakami in the women ' s senior 220 freestyle. Also showing well in the Punahou Meet was Virginia May, who copped the 100 yard backstroke. Nelson Yoshioka finished third in the 100 yard freestyle and then joined Melvin Weaver, Ritchie Kunichika, and Llewellyn Biven in grabbing second place in the 300 yard medley relay, men ' s senior division. The prospects for next year are especially bright as Yoshioka, Weaver, Biven, and Kun- ichika can be counted on as returning letter- men. Managers: Edward Yee, Nancy Nakano. JAMES WOOLLEY. PETE REED Managers h 1 f: ' . f MOSES OME Coach Prospects for Hawaii ' s track squad appear- ed extremely bright when many aspirants, including seven lettermen, answered Coach Moses Ome ' s call for track performers early in March. The turnout was headed by Captain Alan McKillop, John San Diego, Clarence An- drade, Don Giddings, Art Sullivan. Paul H ' ii Track Sequeira, and Raymond Chung. Newcomers to the team were Abel Guerreiro, Ken Naga- tani, Dick Ueoka and Jie Sing Chun. Although no outstanding records were established in the meets that were held this year, the Rainbow Tracksters had enough ver- satility and strength to garner many first places. Many members were also in the point gather- ing second and third places. Assisting Coach Ome in handling the team was Frank Lovell. FIRST ROW. left to right: Paul Koshi. lie Sing Chun, James Tancbe, Alan McKillop. Clarence Andrade. Ken- neth Nagatani. SECOND ROW: Richard McGuire. Richard Freeman. Herbert Okubo, Abel Guerreiro. Richard Lee. Edwin Fong, Jack Mercado. THIRD ROW: Ben Wood, Dick Ueoka. James Olds. Art Sullivan, Sam Bassett, Truman Bruce, Pete Reed. Ted Sparrow, Paul Sequeira. _ _- SS ' i .,.1 COUNTERCLOCKWISE: Hurdlers in Action, left to right: Art Sullivan, James Olds, Paul Sequeira, Herbert Okubo, Ben Wood. Javelin Hurlers, Ted Sparrow and Truman Bruce. Ben Wood displays his winning broadjump form. High Jumper Herb Okubo. Team Captain, Alan McKillop. -i " . «,.I., h f. The varsity tennis squad, under the tutelage of coach Clarence Lau and manager Donald Hiu, made a favorable showing in the Public Park Class C Tournament. Showing signs of inexperience at the start of the season, the players improved steadily with each game. The squad composed of mostly freshmen, was spearheaded by returning lettermen Jonathan Kajiwara and Ken Mukaigawa. Kajiwara was chosen by his teammates as captain. Mukaigawa proved to be the outstanding singles player on the squad. Newcomers showing signs of promise were DOUBLES: Ronald Morikawa and Douglas Hee; Calvin Kam and Michael Chun. SINGLES: Alan Chun, Kenneth Sereno and Thomas Tom. t DONALD HIU Manager Tennis , r ' ' s HAWAII JONATHAN KAJIWARA Captain FIRST ROW, leit to right: Jonathan Kajiwara. Kenneth Sereno. Michael Chun. Douglas Hee. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Mukaigawa. Allan Chun. Calvin Kam. Thomas Tom, Ronald K. Morikawa. FIRST ROW, left lo right: Barry Okuda. James Shirai, Ray Tanaka, Peter Iha, James Yano. SECOND ROW: Patrick Hironaga, Donald Higuchi, Shigeo Moriyama, Walter Fujii, Andrew Kawamoto. THIRD ROW: Roy Akaki, George Sawai, Arthur Fujita, Thomas Maa. He ' .iry Imanaka. Golf The UH divot diggers, under coach Jay Ita- gaki, determined to maintain their impressive record of the past years, began the season by winning a match from the Air Force Team and losing one by a close margin to the Army Team. The team fared well this year, playing a full schedule of games against local amateur and service teams. In this their fourth year of competition, the varsity golf squad was led by co-captains James Shirai and Ray Tanaka. Playing with consistency and carding low scores were Arthur Fujita, Allan Shack, Thomas Maa and Barry Okuda. Manager of the team was Bunker Kawamoto. ABOVE: Jay Itagaki, coach. BELOW, left, James Shirai; right, Ray Tanaka; co-captains. Highlighted by active participation and keen competition, the Men ' s Intramural Athletic Program, under the able directorship of Ed Chui, again concluded a full year of competi- tive sports. First on the schedule was the Interclub Bowling League with A-House A coming out on top. The A -House A boys also took the championship in the touch football league. The Y Juniors won the interclass title. Basketball was next on the calendar with the Y luniors and the YMCA B teams copping the titles in their leagues. In the Interclub Open League the Phi Delts won the crown for the second consecutive year. In individual events. Tommy Tom took the singles novice tennis championship, Henry Kuba won the open barefoot kicking contest, and Takao Shikuma set a new record in win- ning the novice kicking title. During the spring months volleyball, track, Softball, swimming, weight lifting and archery came to the fore. Assisting Mr. Chui in the intramural pro- gram were Joe Matsukawa and Bobby Mat- sumoto. Intramurdls ED CHUI Intramurals Director - YMCA " B " , Interclub Basketball Champions, left to right: Larry Kaneshiro, Stanley Mashita, Douglas Lee, Donald Chang, Lewis Poe, Wallace Nakahara, Robert Koike, George Kaya, Thomas Fukunaga, Ray Miyamoto. Champs Jumping high for the toss-up in the Peng Hui-Phi Delts game, Marv Ferreira and Cal Chun. 4 Atherton House, Interclub Football Champions, FIRST ROW, left to right: George Kadoguchi, Shigemi Fujii, Paul Matsui, Burton Okino, Clarence Andrade. SECOND ROW: Robert Ya- mane, Ronald Ushijima, Eugene Bal, Charles Ushijima. Ben Wood attempts to tag Paul Matsui, while Mark Auerbach comes up from behind. Paul Matsui runs behind some fine interference provided by his team-mates. YMCA Juniors. Inlerclass Football Champions. FIRST ROW. left to right: Tom Fukunaga. William Baird. Alan McKillop. Raymond Kimura, George Kaya. SECOND ROW: Milnes Kurashige. James Wozumi. Timothy Smythe, Edward Shikata, Robert Koike. II AA Yolanda Debisschop, captain of the Heper Club, re- ceives the Team Championship Trophy from Martha Tanaka. Beginning early in the school year, the Women ' s Athletic Association of the University of Hawaii sponsored a well planned program of intramural sport activities. Interclub basketball, under the management of Edith Ellis opened the program. Heper Club won the event while Newman Club gained the runner-up spot. The badminton tourney followed with the Y.B.A. team capturing the singles team title and the Heper Club, the doubles team title. During Women ' s Week the WAA successfully staged its largest event, the annual WAA and AWS track meet. Heper Club, paced by the brilliant running of Yolanda Debisschop, won the meet with a total of 58 points. Yang Chung Hui took second place. The women also participated in volley ball, tennis, ping- pong, swimming and Softball. HEPER CLUB, Interclub Championships, first row. left to right: Keiko Sueishi. Edwinq Kanoho, Yolanda Debisschop. Michie Miki. Tomie Yamasaki. SECOND ROW: Grace Tanaka. Bertha Lee. Sylvia McGuire. Liane Awai. Janet Masuda. Betty Ann Lim. Baton passing in the quarter-mile relay. It ' s a bird, it ' s a plane, no! it ' s Ruth Ching. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorothy Nomura, eligibility chairman; Betty Ann Lim, president; Janet Oyama, vice-president. Missing from Picture. Muriel Hiu, treasurer. hana a na haumana it ' MARJORIE MORI Business Manager ARTHUR SHIDA Editor Ka Paldpala Wi ' HOWARD LEE Assistant Editor STANLEY AMBO Makeup Editor JONATHAN KAJIWARA Photo Editor AMY HIGASHINO Associate Editor ERNEST LAM Copy Editor WILLIAM DAVENPORT Advisor The preliminary work on Ka Palapala began early in the school year with the organization o{ the staff by editor-in-chief Arthur Shida. The actual work started slowly but gained moment- um rapidly as the book progressed. The staff worked hard to meet deadlines, and this is where it excelled, for the work was always ready for delivery to the publisher on time. The publishing of the book this year was done by Paradise of the Pacific while the cover was manufactured by S. K. Smith and Co. Invaluable assistance was given to editor Archie by assistant editor Howard Lee and associate editor Amy Higashino. The make-up department was capably managed by Stanley Ambo. Photo director Jonathan Kajiwara used informality and liveliness as his theme for tak- ing pictures while copy editor Ernest Lam kept copy at a minimum to provide more space for the pictures. The cover of this yearbook was designed by art editors Kooji Murayama and Dick Totsuyama, who also did all the art work for the book. Business manager Marge Mori did an excellent job in handling the requisitions and finances. Though much emphasis was placed on work, the staff found time for get-togethers, picncs, parties, campus activities, and intra- mural sports. KOOII MURAYAMA Art Editor RICHARD TATSUYAMA Art Editor K SECTION EDITORS (Clockwise), Harry Kami, photo; Raymond Tanaka, transportation; Irene Nakamura, typing; Paul Chung, student administra- tion; loan Nakamura. administrative assistant. Staff MAKEUP STAFF. Jean Mary Ikeda, Barbara Par!: ASSISTANTS, LEFT, first row. leit to right: James Oda, Edward Tokuhama. Wilfred Hiu. SECOND ROW: Lucille Wong, Theresa Tarn, Shirley Luke, Alohalinda Villanueva. RIGHT PANEL, left to right: Morris Kitamura, Robert Murashige. Kenneth Chong. SECTION EDITORS (Clockwise), Kenneth Furukawa, sports; George Fukumoto, classes; Thomas Lau, seniors; Barbara Lee, administration: Bertha Lau, organization. €% Members Agnes, Takeuchi, Helene Lai. STUDENT ADMINISTRATION, leit to right: Grace Onoye, Sue Kaneko, Mae Hayashi, Barbara Tsunehiro, lanet Masuda. ORGANIZATIONS, left to right: Philip Choy, Tenney Zane, Ruddy Tongg Jr., Merton Lau. Between bridge games and friendly fights with the Ka Palapala staff, Ka Leoites stayed up as late as 4 a.m. twice weekly to put out the UH ' s semi-weekly paper during the first semes- ter. Because of the depleted staff, Ka Leo was forced to abandon its twice-weekly policy for a weekly during the second semester. Extra-curricular activities and studies were partly responsible for the staff turnovers. Sports Editor Joshua Agsalud was preceded by Hiroo Kaya, George Kagawa and Kenneth Chong; News Editor Jean Uemura succeeded Joan Lindsey and Barbara Johnson. Despite protests from conservatives on campus, Ka Leo published an entire prize- winning play from the UH-sponsored territorial contest. Also deviating from the conventional were the parking lot editorial which ran in six consecutive issues, the series of editorials on the ASUH and the final exam schedule. This year, social relations in Ka Leo were tops with the entire staff or small groups going to frequent picnics at Hanauma Bay, swimming at Waikiki Beach, or just getting together at someone ' s home. Especially successful was the Christmas Party at Joan Lindsey ' s home. The members of the staff had a give-and- take attitude which proved to be a great factor in the good times and educational aspects of issuing a paper. TRIXIE TANAKA Editor SHUNJI ADACHI Business Manager tti » VICTOR KOBAYASHI Managing Editor MAYBELLE NAKAMURA Feature Editor DAVID KOMORI Advertising Director Ka Leo Hawaii WILLIAM DAVENPORT Advisor ROY UEIIO Photo Director lEAN UEMURA News Editor lOSHUA AGSALUD Sports Editor JANET KIMURA Exchange Editor NEWS STAFF, SITTING: Evelyn Kodama. STANDING: Pearl Chang, Charles Sonoda, Shirley Anne Lee. Charles Simpson, Faith Kong, Alfred Young. Kd Leo Staffers SPORTS STAFF. SITTING: Kenneth Chong, Michie Miki. STANDING: Kazuharu Yoshitake, Donald Logan Smith, George Kagawa. FEATURE STAFF, SITTING: Lurline Thomas. STANDING: Patsy Saiki, Marilyn Chaney, Lloyd Suyama, Claudio Suyat. PHOTO STAFF: Thomas Mui, Charles Sonoda, Harry Kami, BUSINESS STAFF; Lorraine Kwan. Herbert Marulani. , FIRST ROW, left to right: Evalyn Inn, Lillian Teruya, Lily Miyamoto, Connie Sayre. Lynette Char. SECOND ROW: Orland Lefiorge, Robert Amai, Walter Konishi, Albert Moriyama, Kenneth Chong, Lester Tomokiyo. BODF The Board of Debate and Forensics opened the year by conducting a mock presidential election under the leadership of Wilfred Lee, chairman. Other forensic activites sponsored by the organization included the annual Freshman Oratorical, the Charles Hemenway Memorial Oratorical, and the All- Hawaii Oratorical Contests. Discussion teams were sent to high schools on Oahu, Kauai and Mau ' . The topic of discussion was " Employment for the Youth of Hawaii. " Robert Amai, a three year member of the Board, succeeded Wilfred Lee as second semester chairman. Kenneth Chong was appointed the BODF ' s new business manager in line with Amai ' s promotion. The annual Inter-club debates were again held this year. A trip to Hawaii, which featured debates between the UH and its Hilo Extension, concluded the local debate program for 1953. Advisors for the organization were Mr. Orland Lefforge and Dr. John Stalker. ROBERT AMAI Chairman Lynette Char speaker. Charles R. Hemenway Memorial Oratorical Contest. UHTG A scene from " The Cherry Orchard. ' The University Theatre Group opened itc theatrical season with the production of the lyrical comedy by William Saroyan, " My Heart ' s in the Highlands. " Featured were Jes Brown, Takeo Miji, Harold Weaver, Philip Kurokawa, Molly Kohatsu, Charles Foresman, and Shirley Mendonca. Anton Chekov ' s classic, " The Cherry Orchard, " followed. This comedy-drama, which influenced the course of European drama, had Sylvia Ashby as Madame Rovensky and Mitchell Erickson as Lopahin. The annual one-act plays production gave local playwrights the spotlight again. " Ripper Revolts " by Kuuana Bell, " Country Pie " by Clara Kubojiri, " Root of Evil " and " Going Steady " were the plays. Acting in them were Nancy Arakaki, Pat Young, Norman Davison, Vernon Lee, Nani Lee, Grace Lee, Bertha Ching, Henry Nishimura, Misao Tokuhisa, fane Jo, Pat Fujimoto, Carl Lindquist, John Moore, Ernest Mashiyama, Russel Sowers, Joy Leach, Noelani Kamekono, Willas and Connie Sayre, Beatrice Platten, and Evelyn Kodama. The second Kabuki play produced in its entirety in America was the distinction given to the production of Kcwatake Mokuami ' s " Benten Kozo " (Five Thieves). Some of the players were Lloyd Suyama, Michiko Yamato, James Valenciano, Wallace Akiyama, Robert Amai, Harold Yamato, Roy Uejio, Nancy Take- ta, Lillian Kohatsu, and Miyoko Sugano. Directors Earle Ernst, Joel Trapido and Lucie Bentley strived to present a balanced fare to the students for the season. An annual one-act play. Advisors, Dr. Earle Ernst, Dr. Joel Trapido. 4! ' i ' ft WS X3 Fire thieves caught by yakunin, only to escape later. FIRST ROW, left to right: James Mi- shima, Robert Lum, Wallace Aki- yama. SECOND ROW: Shirley Men- donca, Mary Lou Krebs, Glenna Gitschlag. Missing from picture: Walter K. Y. Young. Takeo Miji. ik t 1t m M n H r, -! B t " ; yM . ■• ■ . ' , •■ J " « i ■ ■-; «n; »?a,-iE -»— Akahoshi Jusaburo caught stealing the " offering " money. Benten posing as Kotaro is led to meet Princess Senju. LEFT PAGE, iirsi row, left to right: Gabriela Ponciano. Rosita Pascual, Ethel Kimura, loan Lindsey. Elaine Young, Laura Ching, Jennie Kau. Yaeko Nozawa, Nellie Fagaragan. SECOND ROW: Florence Nakata. Sabra Taniguchi, Ann Yokomoto, Tamie Fujimoto, Mavis Fong, Marilyn Fujita, Sumiko Nagami, Momi Waihee, Janet Masuda, Leilani Ogata. THIRD ROW: Edwcrd Yoshimura. Peter Chun. Henry Nitta, Mutsuo Shimizu, Irving Takekawa. Wilbert Sakamoto. Richard Sasaki. Arthur Yama- moto, Samuel Kitamura. Herbert Yee, Richard Jeffries. FOURTH ROW: William Lee. Shigeru Chinen. George Yoshishige, Harvey Lee, Lawrence Keolanui, Paul Kam, Albert Nishikawa, Ben Young, Richard Lee, Frank Vaughan, Thomas Toyama. RIGHT PAGE, first row, left to right: Mildred Nagamine. Mildred Nakahara, Alice Maehamajo, Mary Kakazu, Helen Asato, Maureen Wong. Rosalinda Domingo. Harriet Takasawa. Clifiord Kaneshiro. SECOND ROW: Iris Leong. Shirley Anne Lee, Lurline Kuniyoshi. Yoshiko Furuya. Anne Leong. Jeanne Fuiimoto. J.P.T. Abella. Takako Uno. Eugene Nishimoto. THIRD ROW. Robert Nakashima. Hoover Lee. William Curammeng. Ralph Ishikawa. Roy Mikami. James Takushi. George Oshiro. Robert Yoshizumi. Harold Yamamoto. FOURTH ROW: Patrick Chong. Patrick Ellis, Edmund Toma, Charles Ushijima, William Tomita, Arthur Sentani, Kenneth Hasegawa. Robert Okamoto. Tenney Zone. Yukio Kitagawa. Chorus Choir ' V -i -tiV v JTlirwbr g tMlftlF FIRST ROW. left to right: Evelyn Kodama, Nancy Kuranak a. Patricia Ching. Alberta Nobu. Donna Rohrs. Bonnie Edgar. Marilyn Lunt, Mary Long, Ilima Shinkoethe, Eileen Lum, Thelma Aoyama, Gloriana Adap. SECOND ROW: Carol Anne Von Arnswaldt, Noelani Kamekona, Jacquelyn Wood, Edna Saito, Suyeno Shiroma, Kazue Hamamolo, Rosita Bungcayao, Jane Sakamura, Alice Maehamajo, Judith Abella , Jeanette Chun. Eunice Miyamoto. THIRD ROW: Rhinehardt Puaa. Robert Cortezan, Henry Kekoanui, George Yasutake. Alvin Lum, Alvin Ing, Richard Jeffries, R. E. Patterson. FOURTH ROW: Norman Lyau. Kenneth Gomes, William Carbus, Philip Kurokawa, Albert Nishikawa. i JOHN P. BROWNE Director Band FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Skorpen. Rose Akatsuka, Mae Jo, Puanani Medeiros, Karyn Hamamoto, May Koto, Carol Jenkins, Gerry Tongg, Marjorie Fernandes. SECOND ROW: Richard Okamoto, Jose Ramieres, Henry Fujita, Francis Izumi. THIRD ROW: Robert Cortezan, John Lopes, John Craig, Lawrence Lee, Paul Misaka, Paul Yee, Philip Kurokawn, Eugene Yonamine. FOURTH ROW: Leon Burton, Ed Shonk, Wilfred Kusunoki, Bob Miller, Alfred Lum, Charles Foresman, Wayne De Mello, Hajime Kuwada. Missing from Picture: Harold Weaver, Melvin Ching, Patsy Tanaka, Wallace Onishi. V ' - .- Axli ' ' r- %A- , . ' V, " ' - P ' V- f t: ROTC - w L t T: ' WING STAFF, first row, left to right: Cadet Col. Richard Oi. Honorary Col. Willas Sayre. SECOND ROW- Cadet Lt.. Col. Hoover Lee, Cadet Lt. Col. Lester Chur, Cadet Ma], Reginald Auna, Cadet Lt. Col. Andrew Gerakas. Air Force GROUP STAFF, left to right: Cadet Maj. Donald Ho, adjutant; Cadet Lt. Col. Howard Hamamoto. group com- mander; Cadet Maj. Alan McKillop. operations; Honorary Lt. Col. Mar- jorie Mori; Cadet Ezra Lum. execu- tive officer. W- I mj GROUP STAFF, left to right: Cadet Maj. George Wado. operations; Ca- det Lt. Col. Frederick Chalmerr,, group commander; Cadet Maj. Leon- ard Young, adjutant; Honorary Lt. Col. Markie Winsetl; Cadet Maj. David Komori, executive officer. f ' m w y i ' K Hungry after a four hour non-stop trip from San Francisco. iJH AFROTC students load up at the Castle Air Force Base Consolidated Dining Hall. Left to right: Peter Carson, William McMorrow, Donald Funai. Kenneth Tanaka, Eugene Bal, Reginald Auna. SQUADRON COMMANDERS AND SPONSORS, first row, left to right: Honorary Maj. Joellen Murphy, Honor- ary Maj. Barbara Lau, Honorary Maj. Nani Lee, Honorary Maj. Janet Masuda, Honorary Maj. Amy Sakaguchi, Honorary Maj. Pat Bal. SECOND ROW: Cadet Maj. Eugene Eal. Cadet Maj. Thomas Yasuhara. Cadet Maj. R ' ichmond Apaka, Cadet Maj. Kenneth Gomes. Cadet Maj. Paul Chung, Cadet Maj. Roy Akaki. Air Force Col. William W. Jones Under the command of Col. William W. Jones, USAF, the AFROTC entered its fourth year with an increase in enrollment —from 475 to 552. The cadet Air Force Wing, commanded by Cadet Col. Richard H. Oi, was organized into two groups of three squad- rons each. The two group commanders were Cadet Lt. Col. Howard Hamamoto and Cadet Lt. Col. Frederick Chalmers. The Joint Army-AFROTC Band which provided music for drills and ceremonies was commanded by Cadet Capt. Arthur M. S. Wong, AFROTC, and Cadet Maj. John F. Lopez, Army ROTC. They were trained by John P. Browne of the UH music department. The AFROTC curriculum provides cadets with a balanced course pointed towards officer development and career tro ' n- ing and prepares them for specific assignments with the Regular Air Force, the Air National Guard, and the Air Force Reserve. Commissioned graduates may attend flight school as student officers and are also eligible for advanced courses of study leading to advanced degrees in scientific, technical, and administrative fields. Lt. Col. Patrick Hogan Lt. Col. Burnice Prater Maj. Kenneth Powers Maj. Gordon Haworth Maj. Edgar Masters Capt. Walker Reynolds LEFT TO RIGHT: M Sgt. Ralph Mor- gan, M Sgt. Walter Wenska. M Sgt. William Rivelli, M Sgt. Ernest Field, M Sgt. Louis Dethlels. M Sgt. Claude Shanks. ix Lt. Col. James Taylor Lt. Col. Robert Maling Ma]. George Adjemian Ma]. William Humma Capt. Charles Taylor Army The UH Army ROTC unit, under the command of Colonel Paul Clark, Jr., PMS T, and an excellent corps of instructors, boasted an enrollment of 593 cadets during the past year. The Army ROTC ' s mission is to prepare the students to discharge their civic duties with intelligence and to qualify them in leadership. Led by Cadet Colonel Lawrence Takahashi, the upper- classmen handled the leadership duties of the regiment. The regiment consisted of two mfantry battalions and one artillery battalion which performed commendably in numerous regi- mental reviews after long hours of drill practice. Col. Paul Clark FIRST ROW, left to right: SFC Star- key. SFC Hoick, M Sgt. Goodman. M Sgt. Flynn. SECOND ROW: SFC Frazer, M Sgt. Hamilton, M Sgt. Ca- bral. M Sgt. Malarz, M Sgt. Carroll. M Sgt. Green. REGIMENTAL STAFF, left to right: Cadet Lt. Col. Wallace Blaisdell, Cadet Col. Lawrence Takahashi, Cadet Maj. Barney Menor, Honorary Col. Anne Martin, Cadet Maj. George Fukumolo. BATTALION STAFF, left to right: Cadet Maj. Masashige Ishikawa, Cadet Lt. Col. William Harada, Cadet Capt. Robert Kunioka, Honorary Lt. Col. Mildred Haru- guchi. Cadet Capt. Shiro Kunimitsu, Cadet Capt. Richard Karimoto, Cadet Maj. Charles Yamanaka, Cadet. Lt. Col. Serafin Mactagone, Cadet Capt. Masanobu Yamauchi, Cadet Capt. Kenneth Sekiguchi, Honorary Lt. Col. Eloise Wery, Cadet Capt. James Nohara. BATTALION STAFF, left to right: Cadet Capt. Roland Lunday, Cadet Lt. Col. Francis Keala, Cadet Capt. Sadao Matsukawa, Honorary Lt. Col. Barbara Houston, Cadet Capt. Satoru Amaki, Cadet Maj. Paul In, Cadet Capt. Ernest Kubota. Cadet Lt. Col. Donald Loa. Cadet Capt. David Luke, Honorary Lt. Col. Ilima Shinkoethe, Cadet Capt. Donald Hiu. ' ' " if ' ' r V " F " Company adjudged Best Company in drill competition, passes in reviev . COMPANY AND BATTERY COMMANDERS AND SPONSORS, first row, left to right: Honorary Maj. Myrtle Aki. Honorary Maj. Roberta McFarlane, Honorary Maj. Doris Kidoni, Honorary Maj. Barbara Friedlander, Honorary Maj. Barbara Park. Honorary Maj. Joan Nakamura, Honorary Maj. Jean Hav- ashi. Honorary Maj. Joan Cluney. SECOND ROW; Cadet Maj. Ronald Kamakahi. Cadet Maj. Sam Seto, Cadet Maj. George Yahata. Cadet Maj. David Lee. Cadet Maj. Thomas Lau, Cadet Maj. Albert Nagata, Cadet Maj. Thomas Ida, Cadet Maj. Bowen DeSilva. nd ' ahd hui FIRST ROW, left to right: Ronald Tamanaha. James Kurita, Charles Simpson, Lawrence Kaneshiro. George Kobayashi, Lawrence Ikezaki. Roy Akaki, Michael Chun, Arthur Yama- moto, Herbert Lum, Harrison Jong. SECOND ROW: Carl Kinoshita, Lester Chur, Richard Settsu, Raymond Moriguchi, Harvey Leong, Philip Kam, Eugene Dang, Howard Tarleton, Kenio Fukuhara, John Lang, Tsuyoshi Matsumuro. THIRD ROW: Albert Furuya, Harry Danlsuka, Ernest Kokubun, Makoto Oto, Sydney Stephen, Kenneth Kawakami, Shunji Adachi, Thomas Sunada, Walter Hayashida, Clarence Minami, Robert lida. FOURTH ROW: Kunio Sato, Donald Matsumori, Harold Miyamoto, Takashi Tachikawa, Paul Osato, Albert Shiraki, Benjamin Masutomi, Francis Wong, Edward Kawasaki, Roosevelt Yee, Toshio Kushi- yama, Ryoichi Takamune, Leonard Moriyama. FIRST ROW, left to right: Ronald Morikawa, Stephen Ching, Minobu Kamisato, Henry In, Bob Weeks, Stanley Ambo, Herbert Marutani, Teruo Hasegawa, Yoshiyuki Maeda, Kenneth Hakoda, Albert Chun. SECOND ROW: Mildred Kurata, Sadako Tottori, Audrey Ching, Ethel Chee, Doris K, Ching, Rae Nowata Patricia Ching, Janet Nagamine, Gertrude Yamaki, Masako Yamaki, Janet Ishiyama, Bertha Ching. THIRD HOW: Akira Watanabe, Sadaharu Tashima, Kazumi Nishiyama, Richard Iwamura, Wayne Arakaki, Richard Nish- ino, James Hara, Melvin Ho, Wallace Leong, Frederick Izumi, Ernest Young, Richard Kawakami. FOURTH ROW- Myrtle Hanzawa, Aileen Koide, Laura Ho, Barbara Okumura, Ellen Taki, Mieko Gushiken, Paul Nishimolo, Arthur Muraoka. Reginald Tengan, Janet Chun, Sue Ann Gushiken, Gladys Ogawa, Dons Kaneko, Patricia Leong. FIFTH ROW: James Wada, Herbert Yagi, Raymond Yuen, Raymond Choo, Paul Shimabu- kuro, Richard Terauchi. Mtfi ' ' ' h- Commerce Club COMMERCE CLUB EXECUTIVE COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, FIRST ROW, left to right: Ethel Chee, Barbara Okumura, Sue Ann Gushiken, Mieko Gushiken, Ellen Taki, Arthur Muraoka. SECOND ROW: Lawrence Makishima, Kenneth Hakoda, Robert Oki- moto, Teruo Hasegawa, Mr. Adler, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Minobu Kamisato, Stanley Ambo, Stephen Ching, Raymond Moriguchi, Ronald Morikawa. The Commerce Club has written the twenty-seventh chapter of its proud history of information and service to its members, to the university, and to the community at large. Membership is open to all interested students, especially business and eco- nomic majors. The Commerce Club was one of the first clubs to inaugurate the Occupational Directory. This directory does not guarantee employment, but it provides the neces- sary data for prospective employers. In line with its policy of service to the school, the Commerce Club undertook the Blotter Project. Fifteen hundred free desk blotters were distributed to students. The Commerce Club Courier, the official organ of the Commerce Club, has been successful in keeping its members up-to-date on the club ' s wide and varied activities. Activities this year included collections for the Community Chest, visits to various business firms, discussions and lectures by guest speakers, as well as the Christmas Party and the Aloha Banquet for the Graduating Senior members. The 1952 Homecoming saw the Commerce Club with a " jalopy " in the parade and a profitably-managed food booth. University Campus 4-H Club FIRST ROW, left to right: Joyce Iwamasa. lean Yamamoto, Misao Hamamolo. Nobuko Morikawa, Shui- chi Tanaka. SECOND ROW: Myrtle Yoshioka, Patsy Shishido, Norman Kitazaki. Bernard Shinbara. Haruo Akiyama. Tatsuo Fujimoto. THIRD ROW: Edna Yoshikawa, May Seo, Evelyn Nitia, Fumi Aoki, Virginia Shintaku, Itsuro Ide, Akira Hino. FOURTH ROW: Dorothy Yaka, Doris Matsuki, Betty Fo, Nobue Kawahara, Chiseko Fujimoto, James Toba, Sadao Aoki. FIRST ROW, left to right: Frank Watanabe, Susumu Miyashiro, Maltbie Holt. Fred Fujimoto, Shiro Kunimit- su, Edward Hayashi. SECOND ROW: Yuriko Uradomo, Edith Aihara, Betsy Murakami, Hisae Goshi, Emiko Okada, Stanley Morikawa. THIRD ROW: Hubert Murakawa. Kazu Matsumuro, Howard Hoshide, Yoshikazu Suenobu, John Akamine, Ted Hori. FOURTH ROW: Rae Sugiyama, Lillian Kilaguchi, Tomoe Takeguchi, Nora Oie, Sakaye Chinen, James Shigeta, Roy Oshiro. To promote and continue the interest in 4-H club work and to encourage leadership as well as better student relationships are the aims of the University of Hav aii 4-H Club. 4-H stands for Head, Heart, Hands, and Health; Head for clearer thinking, Heart for greater loyalty. Hands for larger service, Health for better living. The club activities included service projects, socials, and outings. Club advisers are Mr. John Stormont and Mr. James Shigeta of the Territorial exten- sion service. Aggie Club FIRST ROW, left to right: Bernard Shinbara, Edward Sawa, Keiji Kukino, Yeiko Arakaki. John Akamine, Mr. C. M. Bice, Edwin Kubo, Masaji Saito, Daniel Lau. SECOND ROW: Shinsuke Matayoshi. Herbert Higaki, Slanlay Morikawa, Asher Ota, Maltbie Holt, Rodney Ito, Tamao Yamamoto, Akisuke Kuwahara, Minoru Uehara. THIRD ROW: Eugene Sunakoda, Donald Kodama, James Toba, Takeo Maruyama. Yukio Kitagawa, Setsuo Ushio, Edward Honda, Ben Kodama, Richard Shimabukuro. FOURTH ROW: Nicolas Guerrero, Masao Nakamura, Ted Hori, Sueo Nakahara, Richard Os-hita. Tatsuo Fujimoto, Edward Okasaka, Edmund Yamaki. FIRST ROW, left to right: Richard Kubota, Bob Dias, Sadao Aoki, Norman Kitagaki, Susumu Mivashiro. Fred Fujimoto, Howard Hoshide, Herbert Murakawa. SECOND ROW: Shuichi Tanaka, Haruo Akiyama, Roy Oshiro, Philip Ito, Timmy Lau, Waichi Kikuta, Yoshiyuki Kaneko, Edward Hayashi, Frank Watanabe. THIRD ROW: George Yahata, Donald Li, James Yee, Ernest Yoshioka, Itsuno Ide, Thomas Sawa, Shiro Kunimitsu, Jim Russell. FOURTH ROW: Stanley Inada, Mitsuo Nakamae, Lin Chang, Akira Hino, Robert Hashimoto, Nelson Moriwaki, Shige Ushiro, Roku Kanekuni, Paul Misaka. Jonathan Kajiwara. The Aggie Club activities for this year included the initiation picnic at Honauma Bay in October, joint socials with the Home Economics Club and the Teachers College Club, and the annual luau in honor of the senior members in June. Club members actively participated in the intramural sports program and in projects such as the sale of fertilizer and caring of the plant nursery. Teachers College Club FIRST ROW, left to right: Irene Shingaki, Elizabeth Takimoto, Ruth Miyairasu, Florida Quindara, Ruth Kawai, Ethel Kawai, Evelyn Kodama, Saeko Yoshitake, James Miller. SECOND ROW; Isami Hiraoka, Henry Fujita. Ken Kaneshiro, Clara Asato, Mary Fujimoto, Anne Clopton, Loretta Mayeda. Minnie Kagihiro, Helen Igawa, Mitzie Nitta. THIRD ROW: Jeanne Lyau, Florence Matsumoto, Amanda Wong. Melba Fujimo to. Lillian Kataguchi, Mildred Haruguchi, Lucille Sevilla. Thelma Haruya, Tomoye Okita, Joan Togo, Nellie Ching. FOURTH ROW: Hajime Kuwada. Norma Jane Texei- ra, Ethel Leong, Charles Sonoda, Thomas Toyofuku, Yoshiko Uno, Florence Waki, Nancy Muraoka, Veronica Rivera, Jean Sumida. FIFTH HOW: Kenneth Okazaki, Nora Fukuhaia. Janet Mendonca, Dora Medeiros. Janet Fukui, Terry Shimazu, Elena Martin, Janet Shimogawa, Jean Hashimoto. FIRST ROW, left to right: Stanley Won, Fred Takebayashi, Tomiko Todoroki. Betty Okuma. Janet Momita, John Lopes. James Kurashige, Noelani Kamekona. SECOND ROW: Edna Oshiro, Elaine Won, Thelma Young, Mildred Miyashiro. Grace Nakaeda, Ellen Nishi, Jane Koseki, Olga Ige, Frances Morimoto, Gladys Nakamura. THIRD ROW: Janet Takata, Ernest Rezents, Richard Takahashi. Shirley Lee, Edward Otsu, Tsutae Yamaguchi. Marianne Takafuji, Sachie Tame- kuni, Elizabeth Fukuda, Elsie Tanaka, Nancy Oyama. FOURTH ROW: Hiroshi Nishida, Ma;s-e Wunotani, Jane Sakamura. Ruth Kayo, Marjorie Suda, Merilyn Holt, Margaret Tsuda, Irene Kajjhara, Junko Onuma. Toshiko Nishino. Starting the year with a Freshman Orientation week for incoming Teachers Coll- ege Freshmen, TCC enjoyed a busy school year. Activities included caroling at Christmas, socials and informal get-togethers with the faculty members, and the annual Scholarship Dance. The freshmen members won first prize for TCC in the homecoming float parade. Other projects undertaken by TCC were discussions concerning problems of students as well as of teachers and the upkeep of a clubroom where members and their friends could relax. Sociology Club FIRST ROW, left to right: Thomas Miyashiro, Harry Arashiro. lim Kojiro, Noboru Miyamoto, Kunio Nagoshi, Satoru Tamura, Charles Nishimura, Kalsunari Wakatsuki, Thomas Ida, William Apaka. Elmer Menley. SECOND ROW: Mitsuru Fujimoto, Gilbert Choi, Arthur Soong, George Hieda, Bertha Wong, Lillian Chong, Caroline Enos, Helen Fukuda, Hanoko Kunihiro, Gladys Kawakami, Hazel Takayamo, Mildred Muranaka, Patsy Goto, Katherine Yama- shita, Elsie Goto. THIRD ROW: Calvin Ho, Michael Miyahira, Lenley Hawksworth. Kazue Sonia, Betty Yoshimoto. Frances Okawa, Edith Sato, lane Matsuura, Sumiko Sugiki, Grace Shigaki, Ruth Ushiroda, Gloria Morifuji, Doris Lum, Kathleen Matsuda, Toshie Fujiyoshi, Carol Sakuragi. FOURTH ROW: Richard Iwamura, Francis Izumi, Lorraine Kwan, Jane Takehara, Charlotte Orikasa, Helen Wataoka, Mieko Mihara, Christine Matsumoto, Martha Mun. Felici- dad Habon, Alice Hirasa, Gladys Tengan. Hilda Cagata, Grace Uejio, Joy Kagawa, Berlyn Nishimura. The Sociology Club, though primarily for sociology majors, is open to all students. Its aims are to create more interest in the understand- ing of the social sciences, to stimulate discussion on current social problems and to foster closer fellowship among the sociology students and faculty. An expanding membership of 150 made possible instructive lectures, discussions, movies and field trips to local social institutions. It also made possible the publication of a larger annual student sociological journal, Social Process i n Hawaii, this year. The social life of the members v as not neglected as evidenced by the many informal mixers and picnics. MUSIC CLUB Left to right: Warren van Bronkhorst, Eunice Miya- moto, Emma Arkangol, Alvin Ing. Music Club The Music Club was formed with the idea of promoting fellowship among music students on the campus. The initiation for new members included a master-slave day, and a picnic at Kokokahi in October. Other socials held were the Christ- mas Party and the outing during semester break. The big project of the year was the Music Festival in May, sponsored by the Hawaii Music Educators Association. The group helped with the various divisions of the festival, operated a food booth for the participants, and sponsored a dance for those attending the festival. At their monthly business meetings, several speakers on music an d music education were presented. The members also attended many concerts. FIRST ROW, leit .o right: Eunice Miyamoto, Emma Arkangel, Karen Hamamoto. SECOND HOW: Ethel Chung, Zaneta Richards, Rose Lee. THIRD ROW: Margorie Fer.iandes, Rhoda Wong, Alberta Nobu, Betly Ann Walker FOURTH ROW: Wayne DeMello, Bob Cortezan, Franklin Ajimura, Eugene Yonamine. FIFTH ROW; Alvin Lum, Alvin Ing, Warren van Bronkhoust. FIRST ROW. left to right: Arthur Fujita, Tom Yamamoto, Paul Aki, Masaichi Shimabukuro, Shige Ushiro, Allen Marulani. George Yoshishige, Edward Chui. SECOND ROW: Paul Misaka, Noboru Masuoka, Lloyd Suyama, Eugene Yamamoto, Susumu Miyashiro, George Naito, Toshiaki Saito. THIRD ROW: Masaichi Mat- sui, Richard Karimoto. Tamotsu Ikeda, Tetsuo Nakamura, Arthur Sentani, Masayuki Minamide, Harry Kami, Roy Naito. FOURTH ROW: Stanley Yomanaka, Mickey Karimoto, Nobuso Doi, Fred Fukunaga, Toshiaki Kawasaki. George Walker, Tetsuo Matsui, Koji Ikeda. FIFTH ROW: Owen Chock. Henry Kuba, Lawrence Shishido. Ronald Morikawa, Dean Ishii, Gerald Tsuzaki, Yoshio Miyamoto. Hui 0 ' Hdumana Hui O ' Haumana is composed of an enthusiastic group of outside-island boys. Its primary purpose is to promote good fellowship among a group of University of Hawaii men. These student house residents figured prominently in various service projects and campus activities. The Christmas mixer and socials with other clubs were some of the bright spots among the activities of the year. Formidable team.s in football, basketball, and Softball were entered in intramural competition. This organization, in its third full year, was led by Stan Yamanaka. prexy; Mickey Karimoto, veep; Nobuso Doi, secretary; and George Naito, treasurer. Faculty advisor was Mr. Edward Chui. Uniwai FFA FIRST ROW, left to right: Shuichi Tanaka, Sadao Aoki. Frank Watanabe, Dr. Fred Armstrong. Prof. Charles Bice, Susumu Miyashiro, Roy Oshiro, Waichi Kikuta, Shigeo Ushiro, Paul Misaka. SECOND ROW: Setsuo Ushio, Norio Takahashi, Rodney Ito, lames Iha, Tamao Yamamoto, Yoshiyuki Kaneko, Edward Hayashi, Daniel Lau, Edward Ho. THIRD ROW: Kazu Matsumuro, Stanley Morikawa, Keiji Ku- kino, Yeiko Arakaki, Bob Dias, Herbert Murakawa, Stanley Kimura, Tatsuo Fujimoto, Roku Kanekuni, James Toba. FOURTH ROW: Edward Honda, Masaji Saito, Albert Erojo, Asher Ota, Yoshikazu Suenoka, Shiro Kunimitsu. Hale O ' Kane FIRST ROW, left to right: Frank Watanabe. Lester Chu -, Kenjo Fukuhara, Donald Walters, Tamotsu Unemori, Walter Fujimura, Tetsuo Furukawa. SECOND HOW: Bill Orr, Fletch Baldwin, Stanley Mashita, Peter Reed, Bill White, Selverio Menor, Gilbert Fooks. THIRD ROW: Earl Reinertson, Peter Chun, Ronald Brown, Kunio Nagoshi, Morio Takahashi, Henry Nitta, Frances Shon. FOURTH ROW: Allan Shak, Harold Sakamoto. Kenneth Johnson, Isao Shimomura, Masao Yonemori, Masami Oishi. FIFTH ROW: Isamu Uenten. Henry Ariyo- shi. Albert Kanbe. Raymond Taniguchi, Itsuo Tsukano, Shinobu Hara. Richard Hirakami. FIRST ROW, left to right: Freddy Curammeng, Harold Higashi. Thomas Nunotani, Lawrence Kaneshiro, Peter Berkey. Richard Kushimi. Paul Koshi. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Kato. Shigemi Fujii, George Ito, Tommy Yamashiro, Yoshi Kat- sura, Ed Malapit, Paul Matsui, Harold Abe, Toshito Isemoto. THIRD ROW: George Fujita. Mitsuo Nakama, Robert Yamane, Bowen De Silva, Thomas Brogan, Yukio Kagawa, Macy Wagner, David Eyde, Akira Hino. FIRST ROW, left to right: Dexter Taniguchi. Richard Shuck, Wallace Hayashi, Masaru Hamckawa, Burton Okino, Joey Mizuguchi, Willie Curammeng, Charles Foresman. SECOND ROW: George Kadoguchi, Shigeru Haitsuka, Clarence Andrade, James Miller, Charles Oshiro, Nicholas Guerrero, Tetsuo Kinoshita, Ralph Ishikawa, Russ Sowers. THIRD ROW: Charles Ushijima, Pat Ellis, Johnny O ' Brien, Ed Malapit, Ronald Ushijima, George Fujiwara, Owen Sheets. Charles Doi, Herbert Shigekane. Atherton House Club Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club was successful in fulfilling its objectives of familiarizing the members with the progress being mode in the field of home economics, in encouraging the members to participate in home, community and school affairs and in providing for a closer relationship betv een students and faculty. Worthv hile projects undertaken by mem- bers during the year included participation in football games with a cheering section and the " Blitzkrig " before our final game in December. FIRST ROW, lell to right: Nobue Kawahara, Jennie Kau, Virginia Shintaku, Gladys Ueno, Emily Okawaki, Jennie Kam, Lei Honda. Shizue limura. June Emuro, Ellen Serikaku. SECOND ROW: Misao Hamamoto, Florence Kashima, Lily Ishihara, Aileen Uehara, Gertrude Miyamoto, Katherine Sugiyama. Hop Sugiyama, Elaine Hanashiro, Agnes Higaki, Chiseko Fujimoto. THIRD ROW: Mitsuko Furutani, Jane Os ' .iiro. Felicidad Samiano, Sadako Takai, June Enoki, Eleanor Nagio, Thelma Morinaka, Patsy Shishido, Dorothy Yaka. FOURTH ROW: Lillian Tsushima, Emeline Kakazu, Janet Tokairin, Barbara Thomas, Miyuki Nakamoto, Mae Fukumoto, Elsie Ishida, Jennie Odo, Betsy Murakami, Nobuko Morikawa. FIRST ROW, left to right: Carolyn Okubo, Gwen Mendonca. Lynette Lum. Jane Sorayama. Saiko Sato, Helen Tanji. SECOND ROW: Joan Ide, Clara Arakaki, Gladys Nashiro, Frances Shin, Jean Yoshida, Edith Aikara. Helen Hirose. THIRD ROW: Janet Sunada. Edith Nakai, Mae Watanabe, Helen Sato, Helen Miyashiro, Mrs. Bartow. FOURTH ROW: Helen Nakayama, Frances Akamatsu, Betty Uyeda, May Kayahara, Ethel Kaneshiro, Evelyn Nitta, Jean Katsuyoshi. FIFTH ROW: Midori Hidani, Florence Osaki, Adeline Nishiguchi, Fumie Aoki. Edith Maeshiro. Reiko Maeda, Chieko Abe. : - iJliM UH Christian Fellowship FIRST ROW, leit to right: Lila Nakamura, Jean Okuna, Edith Kondo. Rose Chun, Nellie Young, Ethel Koki, Eileen Lum, Evelyn Kodama, Barbara Jean Teho, Manuel Lagrimas, George Tanaka. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Endo, Evelyn Kam, Cynthia Wong, Rose Sato, Mildred Murakami, Virginia Lee, Hanako Kunihiro, Norma Nakasone, Grace Tsutsumi, Minoru Yanagihashi, Arthur Ota. THIRD ROW: Audrey Ching, Alice Shimamoto, Jennie Chock. Lois Goto. Janice Hironaka, Elaine Hanashiro, Helen Fukuda. Hilda Hino, Pat Kealoha, Tomoye Akita, Kenneth Kiyuna, Walter Young, Philip Kurokawa. FOURTH ROW: Amy Matsuki, Amy Munechika, Jean Takahashi, Felicidad Samiano, Etta Marshman, Mae Saiki, Leora Koike, Marjorie Chang, Ethel Char, Michael Miyahira, Marvin Ching, James Yuasa. FIFTH ROW: William Nagata, Rev. W. F. Steeper, Earl Shinseki, James Kurita, Ezra Lum, Richard M. Settsu. Benjamin Asato, James Tanabe, Albert Torigoe, Benson Young. Gilbert Choi, Franklin Takei. The University of Hawaii Christian Fellowship was organized four years ago to meet the spiritual needs of students on campus. The purposes of this organization are to lead students to know ]esus Christ as Savior and Lord, to provide Christian fellowship, to emphasize the importance of missions, and to work in accord with the ASUH. The year ' s activities began with a leadership conference held at Camp Hale Kipa. The annual freshman reception, called College Daze, followed in October. A semester break camp was also held, and several socials filled the year of fun and fellowship. Participating in ASUH activities, such as Homecoming and the Pan Paci- fic Festival, kept the organization busy. Weekly meetings were held every Tuesday and Friday, with Prayer meetings held every morning. Pertinent topics on the Christian Life were features at these meetings. Bible study groups and missionary meetings also helped in achieving the aims of the club. The Rev. William F. Steeper served as staff adviser, with Dr. Harley H. Zeigler as faculty adviser. YIVCA FIRST ROW, left to right: Katherine Takeuchi, Nancy Koloshirodo, Milli- cent Komagata, Betty Kuniyuki, Ruth Nishimura, Elaine Harada, Ethel Morimoto, Mildred Nokahara, Janet Kaya, Marilyn Kodani, Donna Rohrs, Emy Nakagawa, Lynette Lum. SECOND ROW: Jane Ageno, Dorcas Dodo. Grace Gaza, Jane Kim, Amy Chang, Grace Wage, Helen Soga, Shirley Awamura, Audrey Moy, Nancy Nakano, Hanako Nakama, Frances Aka- matsu, Beatrice Shinsato, Catherine Ochiai, Jean Yamamoto. THIRD HOW: Setsue Mori, Sachi Kuwaye, Mrs. Marilyn Isler, advisor, Frances Toda, June Shimokawa, Betty Chun, Keiko Higashi, Elaine Oda, Katherine Kimolo, Jane Takaki, Claire Sanpei, Rae Sugiyama, Ellen Kochi, Jean Nakama, Shirley Mamiya. FOURTH ROW: Doris Matsuki, ean Hayashi, Florence Matsumoto, Nancy Kuranaka, Betty Azama, Diane Inouye, Mildred Haruguchi, Lillian Kitaguchi, Florence Matsuoka, Mary Naka- mura, Irene Ebesutani, Carole Fuiioka, Takako Uno, Patsy Shimamura, Gwen Shirai. The University of Hawaii Young Women ' s Christian Association is open to all women on campus. It is founded on Christian principles and its activities are carried out in a program of " Study, Worship and Action " . The association cooperates with other groups on campus in various activities and participates in regional and national activities each year by sending delegates to Mainland student conferences. FIRST ROW.lelt to right: Janet Hamasaki, Mary Lou Mills, Marilyn Chancy, Frances Morimoto, Helen Tanji, Frances Okawa, Michiko Yamato, Harriet Takasawa, Edith S:ito, Betty Yoshimoto, Florence Quindora, Ruth Miyamasu. SECOND ROW: Sue Matsuura. Eleanor Nago, Florence Shimizu. Kimiyo Shiraki, Margaret Ojima, Jane Bailey. Carol Ching, Kazue Soma, Nobuko Obayashi, Elaine Won, Edna Oshiro, Mabel Matsumoto, Bev- erly Song. THIRD ROW: Sumiye Oda, Agnes Okada, Elsie Uejo, Thelma Morinaka, Ellen Serikaku, Elaine Ching, Irene Chinn, Irene Nose, Susie Drummond, Flo Ikeda, Jean Sumimoto, Alice Maehamajo, Georgia Ann Ito, Dorothy Chong. FOURTH ROW: Ethel Sugai, Margaret Chang, Vivian Mow, Audrey Ching, Janet Nakamura, Grace Uchida, Myrtle Taclindo, Betsy Fujii, Marlene Matsuda, Elsie Goto, Harriet Urakawa, Edith Itamura, Hazel Kaneshiro, Myrtle Hirokawa. FIRST ROW, left to right: James Kakazu. Ernest Komenaka, Kenji Sumida, Henry Nakai. James Ya- maguchi, Takeshi Harada, Leslie Nakamura, Charles Sonoda. SECOND ROW: Lester Chur, Lawrence Kaneshiro. Allan Kuramoto, Tom Fukunaga. Paul Patria, Harold Yamato. Noboru Yonamine, Robert Nakamura. THIRD ROW: Edwin Fong, Kenneth Kadomoto, Clarence Chang, Melvin Kuwamoto, Ed Shikata, Cyrus Uyeda, Herman Auyong. Donald Kawai, Reginald Fujimoto. FOURTH ROW: Earl Ozaki, Richard Baba, Shizuo Kobayashi, Richard Sakamoto, Walter Miyamasu, George Befu, Albert Nishikawa, Andrew Niimi, Richard Settsu. YMCA The Young Men ' s Christian Association at the university is a fellowship of students and faculty members who desire to discover for themselves the highest ideals of Christian living and service and to have a part in making these ideals operative on the campus, throughout the community and throughout the world. This year the activities of the club began with the Freshman Camp for the orienta- tion of incoming freshmen at Camp Erdman. During the Christmas recess, the regular Asilomar delegates were sent to the Mainland to participate in the Asilomar conven- tion. Throughout the year a number of socials were held .with the Y.W.C.A. Newman Club FIRST ROW. left to right: Laura Ching, Lillian Chong, Elaine Yee, Winifred Ing, Caroline Enos. Donnette Breckenridge, Audrey Ching. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Wong, Nellie Ching, Patricia Gogue, Benedicta Pladera, Jean Chariot, Rae Miyasato. lean NaUamura. Grace Hee. THIRD ROW: Winifred Fo, Rosalie Chang. Patricia Ching, Sail Ann Kam, Rosalinda Manaois, John Lang, Al Manliguis, Nani Lee. FOURTH ROW: Leatrice Yin, Barbara lean Wong, Gloria Tolentino, Loretta Quisano, Daniel Lee, Arthur Yamamoto, Franklyn Shigeta, Norma Jane Texeira. FIFTH ROW: Alice Fong, Hilda Cagata, Doris Lum, Marian Nagano, Josephine Chun, Shirley Tong, Mary Long, Juanita Adams. SIXTH ROW: Walter Young, Shirley Ho, Marion Yuen, Francis Izumi, Ronald Silva, Daniel Clement, Eugene Goo, Robert Ing, SEVENTH ROW: Gary Schlemmer, Jesse Cruz, Kenneth Sereno, Willibrood Silva, Herbert Ikenaga, Wallace Miyahira. The Newman Club is an organization whose purpose is to promote the spiritual and social welfare of Catholic students on the campus. The spiritual activities began with Communion breakfasts and was continued with days of recollection, rosary recitations and discussion groups while the social activities included the Ice-Brecker, the Installation Banquet, picnics, parties and the annual luau. FIRST ROW, left to right: Amos Chun. William Lee, Winifred Chu, Larry Takao, Roberta Chang, Rhoda Wong. SECOND ROW: Wallace Taketa, Sam Kagesa, Nancy Fujimoto, Cynthia Lee, Ellen Alexander, George Murphy, Genevieve Torres. THIRD ROW: Janyce Lee, Muriel Yin, Elaine Young, Jennie Kau, Ella Badua, Carol Hironaga, Patricia Saito, Pat Theissen, Shirley Ann Luke, Theresa Tam. FOURTH ROW: Roberta Ho, Elaine Ching, Irene Chinn, Gwendolyn Kuba. Gwen Shirai, Elaine Kan- zaki, Mei Jean Wong, Barbara Wong, Sebbie Belberde, Mabel Hee, Suzanne McFarlane. FIFTH ROW: Ronald Goo , Kenneth Wong, Erv in Ho, Alvin Chun, Marjorie Andrews, Pat Young, Joe Chang, Joan Castroverde, Alohalinda Villanueva, Barbara Lau. SIXTH ROW: Roger Liu, David Dang, Kenneth Quon, Herbert Yuen, Dora Medeiros, Richard Suinn, Barbara Morgan, lUeana Satlerlee, Kenneth Gomes, Janet Mendonsa. Canterbury Club FIRST ROW, left to right: Amanda Wong, Jeanne Lyau, Lillian Ikeda, Eleanore Saniri, Bebe Kaiama. Florence Matsumoto, Katherine Sugiyama, Lorene Uchimura, Mitsuru Kubota. SECOND ROW: May Oye, Nellie Liu, Lillian Tyau, Phyllis Lum Grace Uchida, Dorothy Shimizu. Eleanor Nakamura, Sylvia Young, Ralph Ishikawa. THIRD ROW: Charles Foresman, Lewis Godfrey, John Caton, Harry Wong, Barnabas Panod, James Lowers, Thomas Lingayo, George Ito, Russ Sowers. Methodist Student Fellowship FIRST ROW, left to right: Roy Uejio, Auyoung Lee, Emilia Tabladillo, Doris Yamada, Gail Okabe, Betty Doi, Zonia Edralin. SECOND ROW: Bob Fiske, Director, Joyce Inoue, Alma Ishida, Katherine Shiroma. Nancy Sakurai, Yoshikazu Sueoka, Michio Niiya. THIRD ROW: Jack Wesson, Albert Tamaribuchi, Ray Okimoto. Harold Ng, Henry Shigemura, Hoy Shigemura, Natsue Shigezawa, Richard Hashimoto, Jo Collins. FIRST ROW, left to right: Ray O ' Day, Advisor, Philip Kim. Don Fowlpr. Stanley Mukai. Toshito Isemoto, Owen Chock. David Chun. SECOND ROW; Herbert Matsunaga, Walter Shigihara. James Sugihara, Roger Look, Allan Kajioka, Walter Leong. THIRD ROW: Herman Ching. Wallace Okazaki, Donald Goo. Stanley Shigemura, George Higa. FOURTH ROW: Michael Terauchi, Benjamin Nishimura. Franklin Shigela. George Matsumoto. Richard Kume. Hui Architects Etd Umbda Kappa FIRST ROW, left to right: Wallace Chee, Mildred Isobe. Ruth Fukuhara. Charlotte Kutsunai. Geraldine Chase. Nobuko Obayashi. Ronald Young. SECOND ROW: William Tsukamolo, Lawrence Lee. Reginald Fujimoto. Kenneth Chong, Bernard Chung. Walter Young. Donald Yamaguchi. THIRD ROW: Edward Kurokawa. Calvin Kam, Takeo Maruyama. Daniel Anbe, Calvin Ching, Hugh Wang. F rancis Soon. FOURTH ROW: Roger Kuwabara. James Toda. George Shiro- ma. Alvin Chun. Iwao Shiraki. Charles Tam, James Hashimoto. Walter Miyamasu. FIFTH ROW: Richard Fukumoto. Roy Seu. William Apaka. Lester Ichinose. Walter Doyle. Henry Watanabe. FIRST ROW. leil to right: Robert Hashimoto, Hiroshi Saito, Morio Asato, Thomas Sunada, Shunichi Ege, A. Muraoka, Shigeaki Fujitani. Honest Uyeno, George Yokota, G. Tanaka. SECOND ROW: Raymond Yoshino. N. Moriwaki, Charles Yonamine, Prol. Leonard Mason, June Kawamoto, Molly Ishibashi, Eleanor Yamasaki, Chizu- ko Ikeno, Edith Yoshida, Elsie Takita, Michie Miki. THIRD HOW: Tadashi Yoshizawa, Takashi Tachikawa, Ichiro Fukumoto, Allen Matsunaga, Florence Tanaka, Nancy Kav aharada, Momoe Ikomoto, Frances Hamasaki, Tsutae Yamaguchi, Sachie Tamekuni, Shirley Yamasaki, Cordelia Tatsuguchi. Rainbow YBA Baptist Student Union FIRST ROW, lelt to right: Betty Sato, Rose Muranaka. Doresn Tarn. Jean Masaki, Alice Tanji, Betty Nakamura. SE- COND ROW: Helen Morihara, Amy Munechika, Sally Okamura, Violet Lim, Betty Nomura, Joan Lechner, Stanley Yoshimoto. THIRD ROW: Miss Harris, advisor, Kenneth Sekiguchi, Hitoshi Matsuo, Shigeo Tengan. David Wood, Brian Nishimoto, George Oshiro, Virgil Brown. Chemistry Club FIRST ROW, left to right: Ed Tokunaga, Ray Tanaka, Shigemi Ito. Richard Fukumoto, Euton Wong, Takeo Hokama, Calvin Kobayashi. SECOND ROW: Donald Yamaguchi, Satoshi Yamamura, Lawrence Takahashi, Masanobu Yamauchi, Ernest Lam, Shigeru Haitsuka, Clarence Nagamolo, Wallace Chee. THIRD ROW: Paul Dang, Clara Shun, David Lai, Haruyo Sasaki, Leonora N. Bilger, advisor. Earl Bilger, John Naughton, advisor. FOURTH ROW: John Vanlandingham, Francis Soon, Harry Zeitlin, Alvin Chun, Lawrence Yuen. Heper Club FIRST ROW, left to right: David Mendez, Harry Fujise, Danny Lee, Ray Chung, Jane Bailey, Sadao Matsuk- awa, Walter Nozoe, Terry Plunkett, Eleanor Pacheco, Stan Hashimoto, SECOND ROW: Takao Shikuma, Mark Anzai, lulie Furtado, Yolanda de Bisschop, Sylvia McGuire, Lillian Funayama, Harue Tarasawa, Katherine Takeuchi, Al Manliguis, Bryson Jhung. THIRD ROW: Richard Miyasato, Herbert Brown, Harumi Molobu, Cordelia Tatsuguchi, Moira Stewart, Bertha Lee, Grace Tanaka, Catherine Ochiai, Margaret Lum. Ted Yoneda, Alpha Omicron FIRST ROW, left to right: Encarnacion Domingo. Hilda Cagata, Mercedes Basa, Rosita Pascual, Gladys Cachola, Rosalinda Domingo, Benedicta Pladera. SECOND ROW: Dr. Arthur Dole. Jovita Jocson. Dolores Garcia. Gloria Tolentino, Benedicta Patao, Gabriela Ponciano, Lucille Sevilla. Helen Gallarde. THIRD ROW: Alohalinda Villanueva. Rosita Bungcayao. Emilia Tabladillo. Rosalinda Manaois, Loretta Quisano, Eleanor de Guzman. Florence Miguel. Barney Menor, Salvador Altar. Amor Paraso. FOURTH ROW: Jesse N. Cruz. Emilia N. Centeio. Manuela A. Badua, James R. Valenciano. Abel Perry, Manuel Emiliano, Tomas Fruto. Felomino Reyes. Cosmopolitan Club " ' ' ' ' . t 4 FIRST ROW. left to right: James Miyake. Francis Kim. Jesse De La Cruz, Takeshi Asada, Barnabas Panod, Harvey Horiuchi, Shizuka Narita, Elsie Tanaka, Elaine Miatt, Amor Paraso. SECOND ROW: Kay Higa, Lorin Gill, Margaret Lum, Robert Chun, Richard Tong, Helen Richardson, Felicidad Habon. Sonia Shura, Florence Sugimoto, Amy Nitta. Seiji Kawaguchi. THIRD ROW: Saburo Nishida. Thomas Fruto. Walter Imai. Thomas Lingayo. Nicholas Guerrero. Shozaburo Miyamoto, Shcichi Kurosawa, Kazuo Sekimitsu, Teruko Kyuma. Hidehiko Goto, Isao Hashimoto. FIRST ROW, lelt to right: Barbara Eguchi, Helen Asato, Jean Murakayashi, Sadako Tottori, Yuriko Kohara. SECOND ROW: Irving Sato, Melvin Ho, Ken Okazaki, lames Hara, Robert Amai, Wallace Akiyama. Phi Umbda Chi •• •■T--- ' --- - FIRST ROW, left to right: Leonard Young, Tatsuo Fujimoto, Frank Watanabe. John Akamine, Thomas Sawa. SECOND ROW: John Sakuma. Hideto Fuchigami, Fred Fujimoto, Edward Okasako, Howard Hoshide, Phile Chun, Waichi Kikuta, Dr. Armstrong. THIRD ROW: Shige Ushiro, Roku Kanekuni, Akira Hino, Wilired Goto, James Shiraishi, Ted Kawahara, Susumu Miyashiro, Richard Oshita. Alpha Beta Psychology Club FIRST ROW. left to right: Sumiko Okuna, Kaiuko Kulaka, Lorraine Kivan, Setsue Mori, Gilbert Fooka, James Kojiro. SECOND ROW: Shizue Murakami, Michiko Tamanaha, Yasuto Kaihara. Arthur Wong, George Hieda. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Orikasa, Sumiko Sugiki, Mary Watanabe. FOURTH ROW: Ella Badua, Grace Morikawa, Beatrice Katamoto, Masao Sakamoto. FIFTH ROW: Margaret Chang, Jean Oishi, V ally Akiyam.a. Noboru Miyamoto. SIXTH HOW: Asako Tamashiro. Doris Oshiro. Sam Kagesa, Wallace Takata, William Siu. SEVENTH ROW: John Harrigan, W. Edgar Vin- acke, Thomas Tom, Michael Miyahira. Government Fellowship FIRST ROW, left to right: Wallace Yagi, Delphia Plaisance, Bertha Lau, Robert Stauffer, Yukio Honda. SECOND ROW: Howard Pryor, Hanako Kobayashi, Hiroshi Oshiro, Enid Beaumont, Arthur Wong, Walter Konishi. THIRD ROW: Paul Sequeira, Melvin Ho, Richard Tsutsumi, Masashiqe Ishikawa, Thomas Ida, Lincoln Ishida, Edward Uyeno. FOURTH ROW: George Kikuchi, Kenneth Nishihara, Davii H. C. L e, Abe Piianaia, Wilfred L. Lee, Barney Menor. American Society of Civil Engineers FIRST ROW, left to right: John Tanabe, Howell Wong, William McMorrow, Wesley Takara, Edwin Fong, Patrick Hiron- aga. Robert Wotanabe, Calvin Mimaki, Professor B. M. Ha loe, Edwin Okahara, Andrew Young, Roy Iwamoto, lames Nakao. SECOND ROW: Jack Wakayama, Russ Sowers, Robert Sideroff, Hiromi Okuda, Seige Watanabe, Michiwo Nakashima, Dai Joe Chang, Harold Y. W. Tom, David Kawasaki, Reginald Hanabusa, Yoshio Watase, Paul In, Wallace Miyahira, Eddie Harada. THIRD ROW: Robert Yoshizumi, Stanley Shimabukuro, Nancy E. (ackson. Chew Hoy Lee, David Bevier, Milton Ikeda, Harold Fukuda, Edward Asato, Yukio Taketa, Charles Sonoda, Donald Higuchi, Hisao Yamada. Edgar Nishizawa, Antonio Distajo. FOURTH ROW: Sun Yet Wong. Edward Arakawa, Henry Kuba, Arthur Sentani, Stanley Yamanaka, lames Hirata. Edwin Matsusaka, Yuji Kasamoto, Albert Tani, Albert Ching, Natsuo Anbe, Clarence Okamura, Eugene Oshima. Tit Mun Chun, Masao Nakamura, Peter Teruya. The University of Hawaii Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engi- neers is a part of a national organization composed of men in the engineering profession and students v ho are striving tov ards that professional level in accredited colleges of Civil Engineering. Its aims are to develop a professional consciousness, to provide contact with the engineering profession, and to promote a spirit of congeniality among members. Periodic lectures by prominent men in the profession, movies, and field trips were a part of the educational program sponsored by the Chapter. The biggest undertaking of the Chapter th ' s year was the construction of a typographic relief map of the UH campus. The highlight of the year was a joint dinner meeting at which the Student Chapter was the host to the local section of the ASCE. The members found time to lay their slide rules aside to attend socials and picnics held in conjunction with other campus organizations. In honor of the graduating seniors, a Senior Banquet was held late in the school year. The faculty of the Engineering Department was instrumental in the success of the Chapter ' s varied activities throughout the year. FIRST now, lell to right: Manabu Tagomori, Harry Nishida. Miyuki Matsuno, Tom Yamamoto, Masayuki Minamide. Tetsuo Nakamura, Charles Yamanaka, Ro.iald Amioka, Yoshito Hironaka. SECOND ROW: Francis Fujii, Robert Y. D. Chun, Kenneth Tanaka, George N. Yamamoto, Hiroshi Eta, Charles Numa, Melvin Thompson, Kenneth Mukaigawa, Herbert Chock. THIRD ROW: Edison Testerman, Seung Hee Yuen, lames Harada. Kenneth Sekiguchi, Thomas Kawahara, Martin Arata, Don Chang, Thomas Yamashiro, George Ilo, Ronald Morikawa, Teruo Okamura. FOURTH ROW: Robert Olsen, Jin Fong Kam, Henry T. Sato, Roger Tam, Richard K. Ogawa, Richard Nakagawa, Masanobu Kaneshiro, Stanley Goshi, Walter Chang, Charles Saito, John Nakagawa, Harry Sato. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, left to right: Calvin Mimaki, James Nakao, Masayuki Minamide, Harry Sato. Dental Hygiene FIRST ROW. left to right: Bertha Lau, Kather- ine Furuya, June Ibara, Kimiko Miyasato. SECOND ROW: Jean Ishimura, Agnes Iwatani. Phi Kappd Pi FIRST HOW: Stephen Yang. SECOND ROW: Gilbert Choi. THIRD HOW, left to right: Tadayoshi Suzuki, George Won, Peter Chun, Edward Yim, Mateo Valencia. FOURTH ROW: Francis Park, Henry In, Ricky Kim, Henry Nitta. FIRST ROW. left lo right: Laura Chun, Doris Park, Joyce Matsumoto, Loretta Chang. Margaret Kim. SECOND ROW: Roberta Chang, Alice Naito, Marilyn Lee. Rose Kim. Ada Tai. THIRD ROW: Rose Pai, Frances Pai. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Kim, Rita Chun. FIFTH ROW: Rose Lee, Soo Myung Chung. SIXTH ROW: Inez Kong Pai, Advisor, ludith Shin. SEVENTH ROW: Mrs. Sarah Yang. Advisor. Beta Beta Gmm Beta Beta Gamma has the distinction of being the first sorority to open its membership to girls of all races, basing its qualifications on interest, participation, cooperation, and charac- ter. The primary aim of the sorority is to preserve and stimulate students ' interest in Korean culture. Successful clothing, book, and fund drives for Korea were sponsored by the club. Advisors are Mrs. Inez Kong Pai and Mrs. Yang. BETA BETA GAMMA PLEDGES 203-B WH,F. FIRST ROW, leit to right: Rachel Han, lackie Young, Diana Liu, Naomi Kim, Shirley Hong. SECOND ROW: lane K. O. Kim, Beverly Song, Sylvia Yim, Janet Fuji- mura. Que Sun Lee. FIRST ROW, left to right: Richard Lee. Charles Schro- der. SECOND ROW: Harvey Lee. Frank Kamahele. Sam Seto. Elvin Fong. Leroy Punua. THIRD ROW: Waller Heen. Shay Auerbach. FOURTH ROW: Francis Keala. David Luke. FIFTH ROW: Fred Furukawa. SIXTH ROW: Rex Auna. Hui Lobhi For three decades Hui Lokahi has been an active organization in campus activities. Its purpose is to promote a fraternal spirit among its members. The rush picnic this year v as held at Kaaawa where the members and the prospects witnessed the awe-inspiring phenomenon of a tidal wave. A number of joint picnics were held with campus sororities. The year was brought to a close with a party for graduat- ing members. The club again was active in intramural and varsity sports, with some of its members very promi- nent on the varsity basketball team. The handling of the poi supper sponsored by the alumni association was the Hui ' s contribution to Home- coming day. Ke Anuenue This year marks Ke Anuenue Sorori- ty ' s 25th anniversary. Ke Anuenue, which means " The Rainbow " , is a cuhural sorority for Hawaiian or part- Hawaiian girls. Many girls in the sorority took an active port in ASUH activities. The sorority v as in charge of the magnificent pageant, the Pan Pacific Festival. Together with Hui Lokahi, the club was in charge of the Alumni Association ' s Poi Supper on Homecoming Day. A joint " rush " picnic was held with Kappa Epsilon Theta. Later nine girls were invited to join the sorority. With the help of its advisors, Mrs. Joan Wade and Mr. Tommy Kauluku- kui, Ke Anuenue had a very memor- able and profitable year. FIRST ROW, left to right: Puanani Hekekia, Bertha Ching. Momi Waihee. SECOND ROW: Pauline Bruhn. Barbara Kahoiwai, Phyllis Kanno, Roselle Sam, Au- gusta Rankin. THIRD ROW: Alma Aiu, Frances Mossman. FOURTH ROW: Martha Marvin, Leona Graham. FIFTH ROW: Betty Jane Flores, Blanche Gomes. SIXTH ROW: Edith Ellis, Elaine Ah Mai. Te Chih Sheh A social and cultural organization, Te Chih Sheh sorority was organized in 1930 to promote friendship among university women and to encourage participation in ASUH activities. The annual freshman rush tea, held in August, at the Arcadia, launched the activities for the school year. Following this, seven neophytes were initiated on the campus and at an overnight camp. In February, the traditional Narcissus Ball was held. Proceeds from this dance and from the sale of the Chinese cookbook, contributed to the club ' s scholarship fund. Other events included campus projects, a camp during semester break, and social gath- erings with other clubs. FIRST ROW, left to right: Bertha Lau. Annette Hiu, Barbara Lee. SECOND ROW: Shirley Luke. Eleanor Ching, Thelma Chock, Iris Le- ong, Theresa Tarn. Barbara Jean Wong. THIRD ROW: Margie Yee. Muriel Zone. FOURTH ROW: Lorena Quon. Lucille Wong. FIFTH ROW: Lydia Wong. Marietta Lee. SIXTH ROW: Shirley Tong. Jennie Kam, Dorothy Chang. SEVENTH HOW: Jeannetle Chun, Jean Chun. FIRST ROW, left to right: Elaine Loo, Loretta Ching. SECOND ROW: Ruth Ching, Mary Au- yong, Janet Chun. THTRD ROW: Edna Kong, Betty Soo. FOURTH ROW: Set Loo Lee, Nellie Liu. FIFTH ROW: Eunice Tom, Dorinda Chang. SIXTH ROW: Priscilla Ching, Ethel Wong, Anna Yuen, Shirley Ching, Shirley Ann Lee, Vivian Lau. SEVENTH ROW: Rhoda Wong, Helen Chun. Vang Chung Hui The Yang Chung Hui sorority was founded in 1924 to acquaint the University women with Chinese cuUure, to encourage friendship among the women of the University and to cooperate with the ASUH. Activities for the year began with the annual freshmen rush tea held at the home o Mr. and Mrs. John V. T. Wong in August. The China Tea House Dance, the first formal of the school year was held in November. This event was followed by the initiations of seven neophytes on the campus and at an overnight camp. Other activities included service work on the campus, overnight parties, socials with other clubs, a Mother ' s Day tea, and a formal initiation in June for the new members. rc -f . Peng Hui Peng Hui Fraternity, now in its 24th year, was organized with the aim of promoting friendship and cooperation on the campus and encouraging more active participation in student activities. The year began with a pledge program, after which eight students were invited into the Hui ' s membership. Socials were held with other clubs, and the annual semester-break camp was again held at Camp Erdman. The picnic and Round-up for the student and graduate members will take place in July and August res- pectively. The Hui also took an active part in intramural sports. Robert Amai was the recipient of the Lt. Wah Kau Kong Memorial Award, which is presented each year by Peng Hui to the outstanding sophomore on the basis of scholarship and co-curricular activities. FIRST ROW: Paul Chung, SECOND ROW, left to right: Howard Lee, Henry Fong. THIRD ROW: Donald Hiu. Robert Amai. FOURTH ROW: Archie Wung. Kenneth Chock. FIFTH ROW: Robert Hee. Waldron Chung, Charles Wong, Dick Tsui, Ernest Lam. SIXTH ROW: Kwai Fong Choy, Alvin Lum, Calvin Chun. Tu Chiang Sheh Tu Chiang Sheh, organized as a social fraternity for men, endeavors to promote the fraternal qualities of love, service, and fellowship which will tend to develop in each member a fuller and happier out- look on life and society. In order to promote and develop these qualities and ideals among the members of the frater- nity, a program of activities comprising socials, athletics and services to the ASUH was undertaken. During the Christmas season Tu Chiang collaborated with Te Chih Sheh, its sister sorority, to form a carolling group. High- lighting the year ' s social activities was the Christmas Eve Dance held at Hemen- way Hall. At the end of the first semester, twelve new members were initiated. Be- tween semesters, a camp with Te Chih Sheh was held at Kokokahi. The annual spring banquet was held at the end of the school year. FIRST ROW, left to right: Tommy Lau, Ruddy Tongg, Alex Yuen, Tenney Zone. SECOND ROW: Gerald Kam. Philip Choy. THIRD ROW: Paul In, Merlon Lau. FOUR- TH ROW: William Lee, Clarence Chang, FIFTH ROW: Kenneth Luke, Benny Ho. SIXTH ROW: Paul Lum. Pi •» ' Vv Ki - r TOP ROW, left to right: H. Hamamoto, commander; K. Gomes, executive commander; H. Apaka. adjutant recorder; S. Ambo, secretary-treasurer; R. Oi, public information officer; F. Chalmers, public relations officer. BOTTOM ROW: D. Komori, operations officer. Arnold Air Society ■ • r FIRST ROW. left to right: L. Chur. A. Gerakas, H. Lee. SECOND ROW: R. Akaki, E. Bal, P. Chung. E. Lum, R. Auna, A. McKillop. THIRD ROW: A. Yuen, W. McMorrow, T. Kimura. L. Young, G. Wada, T. Yasu- hara. FOURTH ROW: A. Wong, N, Hirazumi, S. Ishigo, A. Chun, G. Sakamoto. M. Nakamae. FIFTH ROW: A. Hino. D. O ' Day, R. Moriguchi. R. Ikeda. H. Dantsuka, K. Sumida. N JH T- g i e " ' ' ' m Arnold Air Society has completed its third year of activity on the University of Hawaii campus. Organized nationally at universities carrying Air Force ROTC programs, the AAS is established as the " honorary fraternity of advanced AF-ROTC cadets " . FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Funai, P. Carson, R. Kana- yama. SECOND ROW: F. Kamahele, W. Kiyosaki. R. Akiyoshi. THIRD ROW: B. Ho. C. Sakamoto, H. Sumida. S. Yamamoto, S. Otake, C. Kinoshita. FOURTH ROW: H. Okuda, S. Tanigawa, R. Tokairin, K. Tomoyasu, T. Harada. J. Kakazu. FIFTH ROW: G. Kawatachi, E. Miura, R. Settsu, D. Hee, I. F. Kam, F. Miyashiro. SIXTH ROW: K. Fukuhara, N. Moriwaki, C. Chang, G. Fuji- wara, M. Matsuno, S. H. Yuen. SEVENTH ROW: Y. Hironaka, H. Higaki, Y. Shigezawa, G. Kitamura, M. Kuwamoto, J. Harada. Mr V r ii " i A« .. . sa Hale Laulima, the " House of Many Hands, " is a cooperative dormitory where girls from different islands work, play and study together. Organized as a club, the twenty-seven members carried on numer- ous activities under the directorship of Miss Martha Murakami. Me Uulima FIRST ROW. left to right: Ethel Nakasalo, June Kawamoto, Itoko Kasa- moto. Hazel Hanabuse, Eileen Sakagawa, Barbara Tsunehiro. SECOND ROW: Masue Furutani, Masako Tashiro. Mae Nagoshi. Janet Takairen, Lurline Kuniyoshi. Elsie Ishida. THIRD ROW: Florence Mori. Kathleen Ikeda, Janet Kaya, Mae Torigoe, Marjorie Tagawa, Evelyn Endo. FOURTH ROW: Ethel Sugai, EUyn Kuribayashi, Rubellite Kinney. Jenney Sakai- tani. Evelyn Pang, Martha Murakami, social director. FIFTH ROW: Sue Matsuura, Betty Okuda. SIXTH ROW: Norma Shiraki, Yoshiko Furuyo,. SEVENTH ROW: Hatsue Higa, Shirley Takeuchi. M • c ' 4r ' ' . es a .. FIRST ROW, left to right: June Mori, Virginia Shintaku, Joy Kagawa. Grace Yamada, Marjorie Mori, Nancy Nushida. SECOND ROW: Jean Yamamoto, Barbara Tsunehiro, Shirley Awamura, Jean Yoshida, Jean Hayashi. Lillian Endo. THIRD ROW: Ruth Sakakihara, Emily Okawaki, Patsy Goto, Mildred Haraguchi, Helen Soga, Norma Shiraki. FOURTH ROW: Mae Murakami, Amy Higashino, Lillian Yonaha, Aileen Koide, Kay Segawa, Mary Nakayama. FIFTH ROW: Edna Serikawa, Jean Katsu- yoshi. SIXTH ROW: Mildred Nagamine. SEVENTH ROW: Jean Yamauchi. lA abba Kai Wakaba Kai Sorority was reactivated in 1949 lor the purposes of promoting fellowship among university women, aiding in ASUH and community activities, and furthering Japanese culture on the campus. During the first semester, an overnight camp culminated an all-day campus initiation, which brought in eight new members. Club projects included the annual Christmas party for the Kuakini Old Men ' s Home, participating in Homecoming and Pan Pacific activities, and the yearly Girl ' s Day Cultural Program in March. Climaxing the year was the annual banquet honoring graduating seniors. Advisors for the sorority were Dr. Ch ' eng K ' un Cheng and Mrs. Lillian Yajima. Saber and Chain FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Mukaigawa, A. Shigemura G. Choy. J. Lopes, H. Chock, F. Keala. SECOND ROW: A. Watanabe, R. Karimoto, A. Ho, R. Amioka, K. Tanji, P. Oshita. THIRD ROW: Y. Honda, K. Sato, R. Naka- hara, M. Miyahira, R. Morimolo, B. Shinbara. FOURTH ROW: C. Numa, P. In, S. Seto, D. Lee, H. Ching, W. Blaisdell. FIFTH ROW: B. De Silva, T. Fukushima, T. Yoshiyama, G. Yoshishige, T. Ida, J. Matsukawa. SIXTH ROW: S. Amaki. J. Ching, D. Luke. SEVENTH ROW: I. Wada, R. Kamakahi, D. Loa. -7 I . I -xV ff|5f ' " ' KWt f ' ' B(H i C a The Saber and Chain is an honorary organ- ization composed of officers in the advanced component of the UH Army ROTC. Its purpose is to promote fellowship among its members and to serve the university and community through various services. FIRST ROW. lelt to right: R. Lunday, W. Sasaki, G. Yoshikane, E. Kubota, C. Azumi, D. Hiu. SECOND ROW: R. Kunioka, P. Cozloif, M. Ishikawa, B. Menor, I. Urcia, S. Tushima. THIRD ROW: E. Tengan, G. Takei, W. Harada, S. Kunimitsu, H. Ikenaga, D. Yahata. FOURTH ROW: L. Takahashi, A. Nagata, L. Zane, J. Nohara, C. Yamanaka, G. Soneda. FIFTH ROW: T. Lau. H. Fuchigami, R. Chung, W. Lau, S. Mactagone, N. Yamauchi. SIXTH ROW: C. Saito, K. Sekiguchi, L. Hawksworth. SEVENTH ROW: H. Lee, G. Fukumoto, A. Furuya. . J. ' iiM k . , . ' Hui Pookela The year 1953 marked the 25th anniversary ol Hui Pookela, honorary society for senior women. Hui Pookela is based on service, leadership, character and scholarship. Because of their contributions and participation in campus activities, fourteen women were select- ed to become members of the club of " The Chosen " for 1953. Members observed their anniversary with a silver tea which included and brought together former members of Hui Pookela. As part of their activities this year, club members assisted AWS in their collection for the War Orphans Fund and took steps to renew their application for me mbership in the Nation- al Mortar Board Society. Activities of the club were limited as a whole, as individual members actively partici- pated in other campus events and organiza- tions. FIRST ROW, left to right: Jo Ann Renfro, Marjorie Mori, SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Takimoto. Doris Nakamura, Rose Chun, Lorraine Char, Lorelta Ching. THIRD ROW: Fumie Aoki, Yasuko Arakaki. FOURTH ROW: Thelma Chock, Moe Murakami. FIFTH ROW: Edith Ellis, Madge Honda. SIXTH ROW: Willas Sayre. Kappa Epsilon Theta ( . ET FIRST ROW, left to right: Charles Young, William Char. SECOND ROW: Peter Garcia, Gilbert Yap, David Lee. Howard Pryor, Harold Chang. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Gomes, Paul Sequeira. FOURTH ROW: V allace Blais- dell, Lani Bader. FIFTH ROW: William McMorrow, Samuel Apuna. SIXTH ROW: Peter Carson. Kappa Epsilon Theta Fraternity was fcDunded in 1937 by a group of world travellers interested in establishing a harmonious brotherhood of true cosmopolitan origin. The socially eventful year started with a successful picnic with Ke Anuenue sorority at Bellows Field. The series of events which followed included participation in the Pan Pacific Spring Festival, the annual formal dance, picnics, and get-togethers. Although Kappa Epsilon Theta takes pride in the heterogeneous nature of its membership, admission into this organization is strictly invitational. Sigma Lambda Ever since its reorganization in 1950, the Sigma Lambda Fraternity has strived to be of beneficai service to the ASUH as well as the community. Its work since then has proved this aim and purpose. This past year, the eager member- ship ushered at UH football games and aided the Ka Palapala Beauty Pageant committee in the " legwork " depart- ment. The social calendar was highlighted by several enjoyable socials and pic- nics, the most memorable of which was the initiation of the neophytes at Hale Kipa during the first semester. The fraternity sponsored a Japanese movie during the semester break and a food booth in the Pan Pacific Festival. FIRST HOW. left to right: Mitsuo Takayama, George Sato. SECOND ROW: Al Manliguis, Owen Chock, Allen Marutani. THIRD ROW: Bruce Arakaki. Richard Tatsuyama, Mark Anzai. FOURTH ROW: Herbert Marutani. Ro- bert Yamamoto. Robert Yoshizumi. FIFTH ROW: Richard Settsu, Roy Akaki, Jonathan Kajiwara. SIXTH ROW: James Valenciano. Edward Uyeno. George Yamamoto, George Aoyama, Raymond Tanaka. SEVENTH HOW: Charles Saito. Barney Menor. Archie Shida. •: Gamma Chi Sigma Gamma Chi Sigma Sorority, devoted to promoting scholarship, companionship and cooperation in all student activities, celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary this year. Active membership at the beginning of the school year was fifteen, and rushing began in October with a Hawaiian attire tea in Hem- enway Hall. A picnic was held at Kalama, and a luncheon at the Oahu Country Club. The new members were pledged at a candle- light ceremony in December and initiated during the semester break. The social year was a full one, including a picnic with Hui Lokahi fraternity, a Progres- sive dinner, and a dinner-dance held in observance of Gamma Chi ' s twenty-fifth active year. FIRST ROW, left to right: Gaylien Kealoha, Eunice Kubota, Roberta Clarke. SECOND ROW: Meredith Steinhauser. Janette Hannus. Hisako Takakuwa. Delphia Plaisance. Pat Jorge. THIRD ROW: Anne Clopton, Genevieve Torres. FOURTH ROW: Joan Hutchins, Michiko Yamato. FIFTH ROW: Helene Lai, Joan Lind- sey. SIXTH ROW: Florence Amaki. . . BRE£ZER J A CKE A CKFJ «.JiCi.i. SrL A T£Fi 0 T£ ' R TV y z T? J " V V - vn ' .!., -ir: ' . FIRST ROW. left to right: Ellsworth Bush. SECOND ROW: William Baird. Jack Mattice. THIRD ROW: Alan McKillop. Morton Rolhberg. FOURTH ROW: Mark Auerbach, Tim Smyth. FIFTH ROW: Ben Wood, Jim Olds. Phi Delta Sigma In keeping with its purpose, a bond of good fellowship, Phi Delta Sigma Fraternity enjoyed another eventful year on and off campus. During the course of the year, pledge functions which opened both semesters served to in- crease the membership. The fraternity attained intramural honors which supplemented the activities of individual members in varsity football, basketball, and track. The interests of the University were ad- vanced by manpower provided by the Phi Delts in the sale of tickets to athletic events, promotion of Homecoming, and in support of the Spirit and Rally Committee. Officers for the school year were: Ellsworth Bush, President; William Baird, Vice-President; Alan McKillop, Recording Secretary; Larry Keolanui, Corresponding Secretary; Morton Rothberg, Treasurer; Ben Wood, Warden. Phi Sigma Rlio The purposes of Phi Sigma Rho, founded in June 1944, are to develop personality and character and to promote scholarship and participation in co-curricular activities. The initial activities of the year were well under way in early October. These functions included on afternoon tea in Hemenway Hall, a muumuu dessert party at the Aukai street home of Ginger Charlock, and a swimming and supper picnic at the Elks Club. After the traditional hazing week which culminated in an overnight initiation on Wind- Vvrard Oahu, the new members were pledged into Phi Sigma Rho at a formal candlelight ceremony. The sorority was represented in various campus organizations such as AWS, Welcom- ing Cornmittee, Spirit and Rally Committee, and the Theater Guild. These activities were supplemented by off-campus projects in giving active support to the Honolulu Community Theater and the Hawaii Visitors Bureau. One of the major projects undertaken by the " Phi Sigs " was the dying of Easter eggs for a local orphanage. FIRST ROW, left to right: Joellen Leach, Margery Ewing, Mary Lou Gouveia, Ginger Charlock. SECOND ROW: Anne Martin. THIRD ROW: Katherine WesseL FOURTH ROW: Glenna Gitschlag. FIFTH ROW: Diane Kekoolani. CHARTF.R MEMBERS, FIRST ROW. left to right: Norman Meller, Richard Clark, Edgar Vinacke, Herbert Weaver, Harold McCarthy, A. Grove Day, Daniel Stempel. SECOND ROW: Jacob Adler, Fay Dresner, Ralph Hoe- ber, Donald McGuire, Ben Norris, Clarence Click. Andew Lind. THIRD ROW: Katherine Wery. Katharine Luomala. Elizabeth Carr. Leonora Bilger, Earl Bilger, ludson Ihrig. FOURTH ROW: Lee Glover, Arthur Kirk- patrick, Harold St. John, Edgar Master, Roseamonde Porter. STANDING: Clara Jenson, Barbara Smith, Marion Lohman, Thayne Livesay, Thomas Fujimura. Phi Beta Kappa Scholastic Honor Society Alpha of Hawaii, Phi Beta Kappa ' s only- branch outside the continental United States, was established on December 19, 1952. Since it ' s founding in 1776 at the College of William and Mary, in Virginia, election to Phi Beta Kappa has been a recognition of intellectual capacities, especially in the acquiring of an education in the liberal arts and sciences. In the Spring of 1953 the first UH under- graduates joined the distinguished ranks of the nation ' s Phi Betas. Members were selected from the ablest juniors and seniors in the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. John E. Pomfret, Director of Huntington Library and Art Gallery and Senator of the United Chapters of PBK presided at the in- stallation ceremonies. Present were charter members and foundation members e ' ect; Stanley D. Porteus and Gregg M. Sinclair, honorary members; Gwenfread Allen, Dai Ho Chun, jane Comstock Clarke, Hiram L. Fong, Mitsuyuki Kido, Hebden Porteus and Shunzo Sakamaki, alumni members. Chapter officers for 1952-53 are: Thayne Livesay, President; Leonora Bilger, Vice Presi- dent; Fay Dresner, Secretary; Ralph Hoeber, Treasurer; A. Grove Day, Thomas Fujimura, Clarence Glick, Andrew Lind, and Ben Norris, counselors. Phi Kdppd Phi Scholastic Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi was iounded at the University of Maine in 1897. The prime object of this organization of honor students from all departments of American universities and colleges is to emphasize scholarship and character, and to st ' mulate men ' al achievement by recognition through election to membership. OFFICERS 1952-53 President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . Journal Correspondent Councillor, one year Councillor, two years Councillor, ex-officio Dr. Charles Moore Mr. Charles Bice Dr. Harry Zeitlin Mrs. Evelyn Castro Dr. Joseph Alicata Dr. Arthur Marder Mrs. Margaret Frowe Fred Armstrong Paul Bachman John Beaumont Earl Bilger Leonora Bilger Barbara Branthoover Lucille Brenneman Oswald Bushnell Roy Calogeras Dai Ho Chun Edward Chun Hing Hua Chun Adna Clarke Harry Clements Robert Clopton William Davenport Frances Davis A. Grove Day Horace Deming Virginia Derstine Douglas Dorrough Jesse Dykes John Easley Willard Eller Hubert Everly Carleton Green Bartley Harloe George Hayose Louis Henke Wesley Hervey Robert Hiatt Ralph Hoeber Wilfred Holmes Mildred Hora Sidney Hsiao ACTIVE MEMBERS Ruth lams Lillian Ikeda Frank Inouye Clara Ishikawa Donald Iwai Thomas Jagger Virginia Jones Haruyuki Kamemoto Akira Koba Ralph Kuykendall William Latimer Thelma Y. H. Lee Emanuel LeVine Andrew Lind Thayne Livesay Florence Lum Huc-Mazelet Luquiens Sumie McCabe Helen MacNeil Florence Money Janet Matsuda Yoshito Matsusaka Donald Matthews Carey Miller Iwao Miyake Doris Miyasaki Bertha Mueller Toshie Murashige Thomas Murphy Shigeru Nokata John Naughton Dorothy Ochiai Shigeo Okubo Harold Palmer Norman Rian Harold Roberts. Harold St. John Shunzo Sakamaki Alice Scheuer Donald Sherman Masuko Shimazu Gregg Sinclair Joseph Smith Nat Smith William Storey Carl Stroven Frances Suda Maseru Sunada Clarence Suzuki Elmer D. O, Tam Helen Tanaka Ellsworth Taylor Joel Trapido Mamoru Tsuzaki Senyu Ueunten Yukuo Uyehara Edgar Vinacke William Wachter Tsukie Wada Harold Wadsworlh Bernice Wakumoto James Westlake Bruce White Willard Wilson Nora Wong Rose K. L. Wong Robert H. Yamamoto Robert T. Yamamoto Clarence Yoshino Bertha Young In green Manoa Valley our Alma Mater stands Where mountain winds and showers refresh her fertile lands, The flag of freedom beckons above her shining walls, To larger truth and service our Alma Mater calls. Hawaii, we have gathered within thy wide flung doors As sons and daughters claiming thy freely offered stores; Our loyal praise we tender, and pledge to hold thy aim Till ocean ' s far horizon shall bear thy honored name. The entire staff of KA PALAPALA 1953 wishes to thank the following: Paradise of the Pacific Limited, printers and publishers; S. K. Smith Company, manufacturers of covers; United Photo Studios, senior portraits; Benny ' s Studios, Ka Palapala beauty queens; and to countless others who gave their aid and advice. Mahalo Pau


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