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

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I H d KA PALAPALA • VOLUME XXXXII PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT ' S OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. HONOLULU. HAWAII Ka Palapa a THE WRITING Miltijii S. Goo William D. G. Kivon G ' jrd ' n T. (L llomj Marilyn Kain Osamu Tanabe Kenneth Kingrey Robert L. Scott Stanley Rivera EDrTOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCfATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ART EDITOR LAYOUT EDITOR ART ADVISOR PUBLICATIONS ADVISOR PHOTO ADVISOR Table of Contents 6 THEME I c DEDICAT10 10 C A MPLS 19 ADMIMSTRATION 47 STVDE T AOMIMSTK.ITION 69 ACTIIITIES 107 ORGAMZATlOh ' S 169 ATHLETICS 227 FEATURES I 269 STUDENTS jVc? IXDEX J60 ACKNOIVLEDGEMENTS see W- 3®r 9®5 3©r ?®; ass £03 39= £©:- Th erne BEING COGNIZANT THAT OUR PRESENT CONCEPTS. THEORIES AND POLICIES ARE BASED ON THE EXPERIENCES OF THE PAST. THE 1958 KA PALAPALA YEARBOOK STAFF. IN RECOGNIZING THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE PREVIOUS ERAS AND THEIR CONTINUING INFLUENCES. WISHED TO INCORPORATE SOMETHING FROM THE PAST INTO THIS YEARBOOK BECAUSE OF ITS GRAPHIC QUALITIES AND ITS APPLICABILITY TO SYMBOLIZE THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII CAMPUS LIFE. THE OLD NINETEENTH CENTURY WOOD ENGRAVINGS WERE CHOSEN BY THE YEARBOOK STAFF TO SERVE AS THE DESCRIPTIVE INTRO- DUCTION TO EACH SECTION OF THE 1958 KA PALAPALA HAROLD A. WADSWORTM DEAN EMERITUS AND PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURE Dedication THE YEARBOOK STAFF OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII WISHES TO PAY TRIBUTE TO A MAN WHO HAS DEDICATED 41 YEARS TO THE FIELD OF EDUCATION AND WHO HAS SERVED THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII FOR THIRTY YEARS— AS A PROFESSOR AND DEAN A 1916 GRADUATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA HE DID GRADUATE STUDY AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY AND THEN RETURNED TO HIS ALMA MATER AFTER WO: LD WAR I SERVICE IN FRANCE TO TEACH AND BECOME AN EXPERT ON IRRIGATION HE CAME TO HAWAII AS A PROFESSOR OF IRRIGATION PRACTICE AND FOURTEEN YEARS LATER HE RECEIVED THE TITLE PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURE HE BECAME THE FIRST DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE WHEN IT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1947 AND WORKED IN THAT CAPACITY UNTIL HIS RETIREMENT ON AUGUST 31, 1958 HE HELD RESEARCH POSITIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ' ASSISTANT IN IRRIGATION. 1917.1922: ASSISTANT IRRIGATION ENGINEER, 19221928 ' AND AT THE UNI- VERSITY OF HAWAII ■ IRRIGATION ENGINEER AND COLLABORATOR IN SOIL PHYSICS ' HE IS A MEMBER OF SEVERAL PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES INCLUDING THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE HAWAIIAN BOTANCAL SOCIETY, HAWAIIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE. AND AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURE IN HAWAII HAVE BEEN MANY: IN RECENT YEARS HE HAS SOUGHT TO INTEREST YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE SCIENCE OF AGRICULTURE OF THE OPPORTUNITIES IN RELATED FIELDS WHICH OFTEN HOLD MORE PROMISE THAN TILLING THE SOIL IT IS DIFFICULT TO SHOW SUCH A MAN HOW MUCH HE IS APPRECIATED AND RESPECTED BY HIS ADMINISTRATORS, FACULTY MEMBERS AND STUDENTS, AND WHILE WE, THE STAFF MEMBERS OF KA PALAPALA 1958, CAN NOT MATCH IN TIME THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THIS EDUCATOR WE WISH TO EXPRESS THIS FEELING IN THE BEST WAY WE CAN TO THIS MAN- HAROLD A WADSWORTH DEAN EMERITUS AND PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTU RE-TH IS YEAR- BOOK IS SINCERELY DEDICATED, The Campus WIST HALL •ill ■■■ " in n -Tirni JOHNSON HALl- UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 11 ' : - ' ■ •■ ' " •y j-? i OTTO KLUM GVMNASIU 12 FOUNDERS GATE CHEMISTRY BUILDING 13 FARR1NGT3N HALL 14 THE BOOXST0:7E The Campus FREAR HALL 15 GILMORE HALL GREGG M. SINCLAIR LIBRARY 16 Acting Presicleiifs Message KA PALAPALA HAS REPORTED MANY YEARS OF TEN- SION AND CHALLENGE IN AN EXPANDING WORLD. BUT NONE OF MORE MIND-STRETCHING DEVELOPMENTS THAN 1957-1958. IT WAS IN THIS INTERNATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL YEAR THAT THE FIRST WORLD SATELLITE WAS LAUNCHED BY RUSSIA, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES AS A WHOLE. AS OF HAWAII WERE SHOCKED INTO AN ADULT REALIZATION OF THE DEADLY SERIOUSNESS AND NECES- SITY FOR RE-EVALUATION OF OUR ENTIRE EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES AND ATTITUDES HIGH STANDARDS OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE ARE FORTUNATELY NOT A NEW IDEA AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII. IT IS GRATIFYING THAT OUR STUDENTS AS WELL AS TEACHERS AND SUPPORTERS ARE DEMANDING THAT THEY BE MAINTAINED AND EVEN RAISED STERN DISCI- PLINE AND UNREMITTING SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH, THAT NOT ONLY MAKES MEN FREE. BUT KEEPS THEM THAT WAY. MUST BE THE CREED OF THE STUDENT AS WELL AS THE TEACHER THE UNIVERSITY. HAVING IN ITS IMPERSONAL WAY DONE ITS BEST TO INOCULATE THIS IDEA IN ITS GRAD- UATING SENIORS IN THEIR YEARS OF RESIDENCE. BIDS THEM ITS ANNUAL FAREWELL WITH CONFIDENCE THAT THEY WILL WALK LIKE EDUCATED MEN AND WOMEN IN THE DRAMATIC YEARS AHEAD. AND AS THEIR ALMA MATER PLAYS ITS KEY ROLE IN THE PACIFIC. WILLARD WILSON ACTING PRESIDENT ACTING PRESIDENT WILLARD WILSON 21 Board of Regents GENERAL MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF THE AFFAIRS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII IS VESTED IN THE NINE-MEMBER BOARD OF REGENTS AUTHORIZED BY THE ORGANIC ACT AND TERRITORIAL STATUTES. THE BOARD ATTENDS TO MATTERS OF BUDGET INSTRUCTION AND RESEARCH POLICIES CAMPUS EXPAN- SION AND IMPROVEMENT PLANS AND FACULTY APPOINTMENTS MEMBERS OF THE BOARD ARE APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE TERRITORY FOR INDIVIDUAL TERMS OF FOUR YEARS TER- RITORIAL LAW STATES THAT EACH OF THE MAJOR ISLANDS IN THE HAWAII CHAIN MUST BE REPRESENTED ON THE BOARD AND THAT AT LEAST ONE REGENT BE AN ALUMNUS. FRED K. LAM REYNOLDS G. BURKLAND HUNG WAI CHING LESLIE A. HICKS KATSUYUKI IZUMl LLOYD C. KAAPANA JACK H. MIZUHA RICHARD PENHALLOW PHILIP E. SPALDING CHAIRMAN 00 HAROLD S. ROBERTS DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SHUNZO SAKAMAKI DEAN OF SUMMER SESSION ALLAN F. SAUNDERS DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES EDMUND F. SI DEAN OF THE OF GENERAL PELLACY COLLEGE STUDIES LEONARD D. TUTHILL DEAN OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL HAROLD A. WADSWORTH DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE WILLARD WILSON ACTING PRESIDENT. EX-OFFICIO SERVING AS AN ADVISORY BOARD TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESI- DENT IS THE TWELVE-MEMBER ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL. FORMERLY REFERRED TO AS THE COUNCIL OF DEANS. THE BOARD HANDLES THE UNIVERSITY S ADMIN- ISTRATIVE PROBLEMS AND POLICIES IN ADDITION. EACH COUNCIL MEMBER PERFORMS A VALUABLE SERVICE IN COUNSELLING INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS CONCERNING THEIR ACADEMIC AND PERSONAL PROBLEMS. Admiiiistrative Council BRUCE E. WHITE JOHN B. FERGUSON VICE-PRESIDENT AND DEAN OF FACULTIES VICE-PRESIDENT AND DEAN OF ADMINISTRATION 23 Mm. ■A INFORMATION ABOUT THE SCHOOL IS FOUND AT THE OFFICE OF PUBLICATIONS AND INFORMATION. HANDLING STUDENT REGISTRATION IS A TASK OF THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE. 24 [ ALBERT H. BANNER HAWAII MARINE LABORATORY MVRTLE S. BRODIE PERSONNEL SUSAN G. DANIELS BUREAU OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES Administrative Officers PLAYING AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE EVERYDAY OPERATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ARE THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS, WHO CONCERN THEMSELVES WITH SUCH IMPORTANT ITEMS AS THE BUDGET AND THE DIRECTION OF THE MANY BUREAUS AND SCHOOLS THE DIRECTORS ARE: EDWARD WHITE. ADMISSIONS MORTON ROSENBURG, AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE, SPENCER TINKER AQUARIUM HENRY V ASCONCELLOS. ATHLETICS: ALBERT BANNER HAWAII MARINE LABORATORY ROGER MOSELEY, H I LO BRANCH HAROLD ROBERTS, INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CENTER: ROBERT KAMINS, LEGIS- LATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU: CYNTHIA WOLFE, NURSING HERBERT WEAVER, PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH CENTER MYRTLE BRODIE, PER- SONNEL THOMAS NICKERSON. PUBLICATIONS AND INFORMATION KATHERINE HANDLEY, SOCIAL WORK ANDREW LIND, SOCIAL RESEARCH LABORATORY SUSAN DANIELS, STUDENT ACTIVITIES MARY LOU MCPHERSON, STUDENT RESIDENCES AND ARTHUR DOLE, TESTING AND GUIDANCE, THOMAS H, IGE VETERANS ' OVISOR ROBERT M, KAMINS LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU ANDREW W, LIND SOCIAL RESEARCH LABORATORY MARY LOU MCPHERSON BUREAU OF STUDENT RESIDENCES JAMES A. MIYAKE FOREIGN STUDENT ADVISOR 25 I THE AQUARIUM EDUCATES THE PUBLIC ON MARINE AND SEA LIFE. ROGER L. MOSELEY HILO BRANCH THOMAS NICKERSON OFFICE OF PUBLICATIONS AND INFORMATION HAROLD 5. ROBERTS INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CENTER MORTON M. ROSENB AGRICULTURAL EXPER STATION ERG IMENT JOSEPH M. SKORPEN TREASURER 26 THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU SERVES AS A RESEARCH AGENCY FOR THE TERR;T0RIAL GOVERNMENTAL DEPARTMENTS. HENRY B. VASCONCELLOS ATHLETICS HERBERT B. WEAVER PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH CENTER KATHERINE H. WERY STUDENT EMPLOYMENT EDWARD T. WHITE ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS CYNTHIA L. WOLFE NURSING 27 DEAN ALLAN F. SAUNDERS College of Arts and Science THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SEEKS TO OFFER ITS STUDENTS OPPOR- TUNITY TO ENCOUNTER A WIDE RANGE OF INTELLECTUAL EXPERIENCES AND TO HELP THEM ACQUIRE SKILLS AND UNDERSTANDINGS BASIC TO EFFECTIVE LIVING IN MODERN SOCIETY. BECAUSE THE COLLEGE OFFERS BREADTH AS WELL AS DEPTH. THE BODY OF ITS CURRICULUM IS LIMBEC NOT LIMP. BUT SUPPLE IT REQUIRES OF EVERY STUDENT TO PRESENT INTRODUCTORY COURSES IN SCIENCE. HISTORY. GOVERNMENT. FOREIGN LAN- GUAGE SPEECH. ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND LITERATURE EVERY STUDENT MUST. SECONDLY SELECT SIX INTRODUCTORY COURSES FROM THE FIELDS OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES. THE FINE ARTS. MATHEMATICS PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION. THIRDLY. EACH STUDENT SELECTS A FIELD OF MAJOR INTEREST-ONE OF TWENTY-SIX FIELDS RANGING FROM ANTHROPOLOGY TO ZOOLOGY. APPROXIMATELY O.NE-THIRD OF HIS COURSE WORK OFFERED FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS IS FREE ELECTIVE FROM THE MANY OFFERINGS AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY. IN THE COLLEGE 13 ALSO THE CURRICULUM LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF BACH- ELL R OF FINE ARTS. IT DIFFERS FROM THE 8. A. DEGREE IN THAT IT DOES NOT REQUIRE A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND DOES REQUIRE CONSIDERABLY GREATER CON- CENTRATION OF SUBJECT-MATTER. t f- A i L AGATIN T. ABBOTT GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS MITSUO AOKI RELIGION DOROTHY B. ASPINWALL EUROPEAN LANGUAGES 28 KNOWLEDGE OF PHYSICAL • -SPEEC M -M AK I NG ■ ■ COMPONENTS IS AN IMPORTANT REQUISITE FOR SPEECH THERAPY. Speech Therapy r " ar " ■ I -1 .: X ■ : - " • ALBERT J. BERNATOW1CZ CHARLES S. BOUSLOG BOTANY ENGLISH NEAL M. BOWERS GEOGRAPHY GEORGE W. CHU BACTERIOLOGY EARLE ERNST DRAMA AND THEATER 29 KATHERINE N. HANDLEY SOCIAL WORK JOHN P. HOSHOR SPEECH LEONARD E. MASON ANTHROPOLOGY CORRECT PRONUNCIATION IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF LEARNING LANGUAGES. PLOTTING THE WEATHER FRONT 15 A FUNCTION OF THE GEOPHYSICS DEPARTMENT. Geophysics and Language 30 DONALD C. MATTHEWS ZOOLOGY AND ENTOMOLOGY HAROLD E. MCCARTHY PHILOSOPHY NORMAN MELLER GOVERNMENT JOHN J. NAUGHTON CHEMISTRY STANMORE B. TOWNES MATHEMATICS Art Class STUDENT ARTISTS TRY THEIR HAND AT STILL LIFE DRAWINGS. 31 , K y ' , ■ c OH RATS! THIS MAZE IS FOR THE BIRDS. College of Arts and Sciences MURRAY TURNBUI.L ART YUKUO UYEHARA ASIAN AND PACIFIC LANGUAGES RICHARD W. VINE MUSIC KENICHI WATANABE PHYSICS THE CHRISTMAS CONCERT DISPLAYS THE MUSICAL TALENTS OF THE STUDENTS LANGUA GE STUDENTS REVIEW CONJUGATING OF FOREIGN WORDS. HERBERT B. WEAVER PSYCHOLOGY JOHN A. WHITE HISTORY DOUGLAS S. YAMAMURA SOCIOLOGY College of Arts and Sciences 33 i s IT DEAN HUBERT V. EVERLY Teachers College THE FUNCTiON OF TEACHERS COLLEGE IS TO PREPARE MEN AND WOMEN IN ALL LEVELS OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION- KINDERGARTEN AND ELEMENTARY THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL AND TO AFFORD THOSE ALREADY IN THE SERVICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE THEMSELVES PROFESSIONALLY. IN ADDITION. THE COLLEGE SPONSORS A 15- MONTH AUXILIARY TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ARTS AND SCIENCES GRADUATES. STANDARD PREPARATION FOR TEACHING POSITIONS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THE TERRITORY REQUIRES FOUR YEARS OF UNDERGRADUATE WORK AND A GRADUATE YEAR. THE COLLEGE ATTEMPTS. NOT ONLY TO PRODUCE GRADUATES THAT ARE QUALI- FIED AS INSTRUCTORS BUT WHO HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO A WELL-ROUNDED EDUCA- TIONAL CURRICULA THE FIRST TWO YEARS OF STUDY SERVE THIS PURPOSE AS IT IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A BROAD GENERAL BACKGROUND WITH COURSES IN ANTHRO- POLOGY SCIENCE. ECONOMICS. ENGLISH MUSIC. SPEECH. GOVERNMENT, HISTORY. ART AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN THE THIRD YEAR STUDENTS ARE INTRODUCED TO THE PROFESSIONAL INFORMA- T!ON AND BACKGROUND NECESSARY FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL SER ICE AND THE FOURTH YEAR CONSISTS LARGELY OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION ONE SEMESTER IS DEVOTED TO PRACTICE TEACHING IN THE UNIVERSITY LABORATORY SCHOOLS. WHILE THE OTHER PROVIDES NECESSARY PROFESSIONAL COURSES. THE FIFTH YEAR PROGRAM CONSISTS OF A SEMESTER OF INTERNSHIP AND A SEMES- TER OF GRADUATE COURSE WORK 34 AN INTERN TEACHER SUPERVISES THE EXPUOHATION OF THE MICROBE WORLD. -JolicejTieD mnm. HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE . . . THE COW JUMPED OVER THE SPUTNIK. ROBERT W. CLOPTON CHAIRMAN OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT GEORGE A. MEYER SECONDARY EDUCATION GLADYS G. NIGHTINGALE PRE-SCHOOL AND PRIMARY M. ROSEMONDE PORTER ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 35 DEAN HAROLD S. ROBERTS College of Business Administration THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, IN ADDITION TO ITS PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF TRAINING MEN AND WOMEN IN THE FIELD OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. SEEKS FULL DEVELOPMENT OF EACH STUDENT. ENABLING HIM TO BECOME A RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN DURING THE FIRST TWO YEARS EACH STUDENT FOLLOWS A GEN- ERAL PROGRAM OF EDUCATION WITH STUDY IN HISTORY. PSYCHOL. OGY. ENGLISH. GOVERNMENT. BUSINESS ETHICS. SPEECH. GEOGRAPHY AND MATHEMATICS. AND A PREPARATION FOR HIS SPECIALIZATION WITH BUSINESS LAW. ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL WORK BEGINS IN THE JUNIOR YEAR IN AN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION -ACCOUNTING. MERCHANDISING, PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIAL RELA- TIONS. MONEY AND BANKING. OFFICE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL BUSINESS. THESE PROGRAMS PROVIDE A BROAD GRASP OF THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND A SPE- CIALIZATION IN A SPECIFIC FIELD OF BUSINESS STUDENTS ARE ALSO ENCOURAGED TO TAKE ELECTIVE COURSES IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY. EDWIN C. PENDLETON ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS 36 CURVES AND LINES ARE GIVEN MEANING IN THE ECONOMICS CLASS. AN OFFICE MANAGEMENT STUDENT LEARNS THE FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING A USEFUL BUSINESS MACHINE. • 37 DEAN HAROLD A. WADSWORTH College of Agriculture INSTRUCTION IN AGRICULTURE IS ONE OF THE THREE MAJOR ACTIVITIES OF THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE THE HAWAII AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION AND THE AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE ARE ESSENTIAL AND INTEGRAL PARTS OF THE COL- LEGE PROGRAM INSTRUCTIONAL WORK INCLUDES THE SPECIFICATION OF COURSES REQUIRED IN FIVE CURRICULUMS IN AGRICULTURE AND FOUR IN HOME ECONOMICS ONE PROGRAM IN EACH GENERAL FIELD IS DIRECTED TOWARD THE PREPARATION OF STUDENTS FOR GRADUATE STUDY IN SOME BRANCH OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE OR NUTRITION. THE EXPERIMENT STATION CONDUCTS FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCHES IN SUCH FIELDS AS ANIMAL AND PLANT SCIENCES. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, FOOD PROCES- SING AND AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING RESULTS FROM SUCH STUDIES ARE PUBLISHED FOR USE BY THE FARMERS OF THE TERRITORY OR BY OTHER SCIENTISTS. THE THIRD PROGRAM OF THE COLLEGE CARRIES THE RESULTS OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH TO THE FARMERS OF THE TERRITORY THE EXTENSION SERVICE MAINTAINS A STAFF OF COUNTY FARM AGENTS AND COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENTS THESE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE COLLEGE OPERATE TWELVE FIELD OFFICES IN THE TERRITORY WHICH SERVE AS OFF-CAMPUS TEACHING CENTERS AND ALSO PROVIDE FOR QUICK NOTIFICATION OF THE SCIENTISTS IN THE EXPERIMENT STATION WHEN NEW PROBLEMS DEVELOP 38 FUTURE CHICKEN PLUCKERS ARE GIVEN PRACTJCAL EXPERIENCE. I DON ' T MIND COOKING. 8UT DISH WATER 15 HARD ON MV HANDS. DONALD C. MCGUIRE AGRICULTURE OMA UMSEL HOME ECONOMICS 39 ALVIN C. SAAKE HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION WILLIAM W. TINNISWOOD ENGINEERING CYNTHIA L. WOLFE NURSING DEAN O. A. BUSHNELL STUDENTS WHO ARE PREPARING FOR CAREERS IN ENGINEERING. ARCHITECTURE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. NURSING, AND RECREATIONAL LEADERSHIP COME UNDER THE ADMINISTRATIVE CARE OF THE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES SCHOLASTIC TRAIN- ING IN THIS COLLEGE ENCOMPASSES THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES, DEVELOPMENT OF LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS. AND THE GENERAL EDUCATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL. THE DEMANDING CURRICULA WHICH HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED FOR THE TRAINING OF PROFESSIONAL MEN AND WOMEN IN THESE SEVERAL FIELDS ATTEMPT TO PREPARE THEM TO TAKE THEIR PLACES NOT ONLY IN THE PROFESSIONS OF THEIR CHOOSING BUT ALSO IN THE CHANGING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF WHICH THEY ARE IMPORTANT MEMBERS. IN THE FIELD OF ENGINEERING. THE COLLEGE OFFERS ITS STUDENTS A CURRIC- ULUM THAT WILL LEAD TO DEGREES IN CIVIL AND GENERAL ENGINEERING, BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 1956. THE COLLEGE WILL INITIATE ITS CURRICULUM IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING THE FIRST TWO YEARS OF A CURRICULUM IN ARCHITECTURE ARE ALSO OFFERED. PREPARING STUDENTS FOR CONTINUING THEIR TRAINING IN SCHOOLS OF ARCHITEC- TURE ON THE MAINLAND. ALTHOUGH CURRICULA IN THE FIELDS OF RECREATION LEADERSHIP AND NURSING WERE OFFERED FOR MANY YEARS AT THE UNIVERSITY. IT WAS ONLY AS RECENTLY AS 1948 AND 1952. RESPECTIVELY THAT THESE PROGRAMS BECAME A PART OF THE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES. College of Applied Sciences ar: MEN MAY MAKE GOOD NURSES. BUT THERE ' S NOTHING LIKE THE SOOTHING HAND OF A WOMAN. 41 ENGINEERING IDEAS ARE PLOTTED ON PAPER. College of Applied Sciences LIKE IN THE HULA. KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE HANDS. BOYS. 42 College of General Studies OEAN EDMUND F. SPCLLACY THE COLLEGE OF GENERAL STUDIES IS COM. MITTED TO THE PREMISE THAT AGE ALONE IS NO BAR TO LEARNING. BY PROVIDING THE FACILITIES FOR INSTRUCTION, IT IS HOPED THAT MANY WILL FIND IT POSSIBLE TO BROADEN THEIR CULTURAL BACKGROUNDS, GAIN AN INSIGHT INTO THE DEMANDS OF RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP AND PRE- PARE THEMSELVES FOR COMPETENT PARTICIPATION IN THE BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS OF THE COMMUNITY TO THESE ENDS, THE COLLEGE EXTENDS THE AVAILABILITY OF A UNIVERSITY EDUCATION TO QUALIFIED PEOPLE, V HO CANNOT ATTEND SCHOOL ON THE CAMPUS DURING THE DAY IT ALSO SERVES THOSE DAY STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT YET CANDI- DATES FOR A DEGREE IN ANOTHER COLLEGE THE COLLEGE SUPERVISES EVENING PROGRAMS OF CREDIT AND NON-CREDIT COURSES ON THE CAMPUS AT SCHOFIELD PEARL HARBOR, KANEOHE, AND OTHER OFF CAMPUS CENTERS, IT ALSO OPERATES A SMALL CORRESPONDENCE STUDY PROGRAM AND HAS ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE H I LO BRANCH OF THE UNIVERSITY AND FOR ALL UNCLAS- SIFIED STUDENTS-THOSE WHO HAVE NOT CHOSEN ANY OTHER COLLEGE EVENING CREDIT COURSES OFFERED BY THE COL- LEGE FOLLOW THE CALENDAR FOR THE DAY SCHOOL COURSES AND EMPHASIZE BASIC UNDERGRADUATE REQUIREMENTS AND ADVANCED BUSINESS COURSES SHORT NON-CREDIT COURSES ARE OFFERED IN SES- SIONS BEGINNING IN JANUARY, APRIL, JULY AND OCTOBER ALMOST AS MANY PEOPLE- ADULTS SERVICEMEN WORKING TEENAGERS-HAVE BEEN ENROLLED DUR- ING THE YEAR IN THE COLLEGE AS IN ALL THE REST OF THE UNIVERSITY THOUGH MANY OF THESE ARE ENROLLED ONLY BRIEFLY, FOR ONE OR TWO COURSES, LEARNING ISN ' T CONFINED ONLY TO THE CLASSROOM. 43 Graduate School D(AN LCONARO D. TUTHILL THE GRADUATE SCHOOL PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY FOR THOSE PERSONS WHO BY THEIR ABILITIES, UNDERGRADUATE TRAINING AND DESIRES ARE FITTED FOR AND WISH TO PURSUE SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY BEYOND THE BAC- CALAUREATE THIS MAY BE DONE ON A PURELY INTEREST BASIS OR MAY BE DIRECTED TOWARD THE ATTAINMENT OF A PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE OR AN ADVANCED DEGREE THE GRADUATE PROGRAM IS MORE THAN MERELY AN EXTENSION OF WORK AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL, MORE RIGOROUS ACADEMIC STAND- ARDS ARE APPLIED AND INDEPENDENT WORK IS THE KEYNOTE BOTH IN STUDIES AND IN THE RESEARCH WHICH IS A REQUIRED PART OF ALL OF THE DEGREE PROGRAMS THE UNIVERSITY RESTRICTS ITS GRADUATE OFFERINGS TO THOSE FIELDS IN WHICH SUPERIOR STAFF AND FACILITIES ARE COUPLED WITH STUDENT DEMAND OR SPECIAL RESPONSIBILITY BECAUSE OF ITS LOCATION THE PRINCIPAL EMPHASIS LIES IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES, IN MANY OF WHICH HAWAII OFFERS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDY AND RESEARCH AN INCREASING DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES. HUMANITIES AND ARTS IS MARKED AT PRESENT. INDIVIDUAl. RESEARCH IS EMPHASIZED IN GRADUATE STUDY. 44 STUDENT ADMINISTRATION - rsr I JANN VUKN PRBSIDKNT Associated Students of the University of Hawaii BERNADINE TOM VICE PRESIDENT AUDREY CHAR SECRETARY HERBERT HORIUCHI TREASURER DEAN HAROLD BITNER ADVISOR 49 WINIFRED ISHIMOTO EXECUTIVE SECRETARY MARILYN LOCHNER ICC REPRESENTATIVE JANET HIRAOKA SENATE CLERK ASUH Senate THE ASUH SENATE EMBARKED ON SEVERAL FIRSTS THIS YEAR WITH PRESIDENT JANN YUEN AT THE HELM A MEDICAL INSURANCE PLAN WAS OFFERED TO STUDENTS FOR THE FIRST TIME. THE CAMPUS POPULUS HAD OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS ITS VIEWS ON STUDENT GOVERNMENT ISSUES AT THE FIRST ANNUAL ASUH EVALUATION CONFERENCE HELD IN NOVEMBER THE SECOND SEMESTER SAW TWO HUNGARIAN STUDENTS ENROLL AT THE UNIVERSITY ON SCHOLARSHIPS SPONSORED BY THE ASUH AND THE COMMUNITY. ANNUAL ASUH-SPONSORED PROJECTS SUCH AS NSOW HOMECOMING. KA PALA- PALA BEAUTY PAGEANT. PAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL. AND THE MODEL UN WERE CARRIED OUT WITH CUSTOMARY EFFICIENCY. THE YEAR BEGAN WITH THE SENDING OF TWO DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL STU- DENTS ASSOCIATION CONGRESS AT ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN AFTER WHICH THE SENATE TACKLED THE CONTROVERSIAL ISSUE OF THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM ON CAMPUS VARIOUS SPECIAL COMMITTEES WERE FORMED TO DEAL WITH MATTERS SUCH AS CAMPUS PARK- ING. INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE. AND AN EXTENDED LUNCH PERIOD STUDENT CLERICAL AND EQUIPMENT SERVICES WERE ESTABLISHED A BIGGER AND BETTER STU- DENT UNION WAS THE TOPIC OF SEVERAL SEMINARS IN FEBRUARY TEAMWORK AMONG THE ADMINISTRATION. FACULTY, STUDENTS, AND ALUMNI CON- TRIBUTED TOWARDS A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. ASUH SENATORS FIRST HOW: JAMES ASATO. RONALD AU. BARTH BARON FRANK FORBES. CLEMENT FUJI- MOTO; SECOND ROW: ART ISOSHIMA. HENRY iWASA, VERNON KAJIWARA. DONNA KANG. BILL KWON. RALP i OHARA. JAMES PROSSER. BERNARD SAITO. GODWIN TANG, BARBARA TANl, JAMES YAMAGUCHt. GERALD SEN PRESIDENT PHIL SORIANO 1ST VICE PRES. HELEN MORINAKA 2ND VICE PRES. •1ARILYN LOCHNER SECRETARY MAURICE ARRI5GADO TREASURER THE INTERCLUB COUNCIL. HEADED BY PRESIDENT GERALD SEN. SUFFERED FROM A LACK OF INTEREST SHOWN BY THE VARIOUS CLUBS ON CAMPUS, AND CONSEQUENTLY. ONLY AN AVERAGE OF TEN OF SEVENTY RECOGNIZED ORGANIZATIONS ATTENDED THE WEEKLY ICC MEETINGS WITH REGULARITY IN AN EFFORT TO SALVAGE THE COUNCIL. WHICH HAS BEEN ON THE DECLINE THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS BECAUSE OF OVERLAPPING DUTIES WITH SOSA, BOG. AND THE FOUR- CLASS COUNCIL. PRESIDENT SEN INSTITUTED A PROGRAM TO SUBDIVIDE THE BODY INTO SMALLER INTEREST GROUPS WHICH WOULD FORM SUBCOMMITTEES. THE VARIOUS CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS WOULD THEN JOIN THE SUBCOMMITTEE CLOSEST TO THEIR FIELD OF INTEREST DESPITE THE CHANGE IN THE STRUCTURE OF THE ICC, THE OVERALL PURPOSE OF THE BODY WOULD REMAIN THE SAME, NAMELY, THE COORDINATION OF ALL CLUB FUNCTIONS ON CAMPUS ONCE AGAIN THE ANNUAL ICC SERVICES-THE SONGFEST AND FUND-RAISING DRIVES-MET WITH GREAT SUCCESS hiterclub Council INTERCLUB COUNCIL FIRST ROW: ROY MURAKAMI. MILTON CHANG. GEORGE FUJIOKA RICHARD LEONG: SECOND ROW: CHARLES MACHADO. ROY NAKAHARA. NAM| ANN MIZUHA. RICHARD HOAG. CAROLE NOHARA, WARREN LOW. PATSY AU. PHIL SORIANO, PATRICIA HIU. JOSEPH KAU. ' im A CLUB REPRESENTATIVE SIGNS UP TO PARTICIPATE IN THE rCC SONGFEST. THE ICC SONGFEST IS DESIGNED TO PROMOTE COMPETITION AMONG ORGANIZATIONS IN THE MUSIC FIELD. THE MIXED-CHORAL DIVISION CHAMPIONS: NEWMAN CLUB. 53 Student Court THE STUDENT COURT HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF RULING ON ALL ASUH MATTERS AS WELL AS ON PROBLEMS ARISING FROM ASUH SENATE LEGISLATION. IT HAS AS JUSTICES STUDENTS FROM NEARLY EVERY COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY THIS YEAR THE COURT WAS ASKED TO STUDY THE FRANCIS AKI INCIDENT TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE CASE COULD BE SUBJECTED TO LEGAL ACTION. IT WAS LATER FOUND BY THE COURT THAT IT HAD NO JURISDICTION TO TRY AKI WHO WENT TO THE NATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE IN MICHIGAN LAST YEAR ON ASUH MONIES AND FAILED TO RETURN AS HE WAS NO LONGER A MEMBER OF THE ASUH AND THUS NOT ACCOUNTABLE TO THE STUDENT COURT. HOWEVER THE COURT DID OFFER THREE RECOMMENDATfONS WHICH WERE APPROVED BY THE SENATE THEY WERE: FIRST SUBMIT A RESOLUTION TO THE BOARD OF REGENTS ASKING THEM TO COMMUNICATE THE FRANCIS AKI INCIDENT ON HIS TRANSCRIPT IN THE EVENT THAT HE REQUESTS TRANSCRIPTS SECONDLY WRITE A LETTER TO AKI ASKING HIM TO SUBMIT HIMSELF TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE STUDENT COURT SO THAT A CASE CAN BE HELD •THIRDLY. TO PREVENT FURTHER OCCURRENCES OF THIS NATURE. THE STUDENT COURT FURTHER RECOMMENDS THAT WRITTEN CONTRACTS BE MADE BETWEEN THE SEN- ATE AND THE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES SO THAT THE STUDENT IS BOUND FINAN- CIALLY AND OTHERWISE TO THE ASUH. " REUBEN WONG ROBERT ENDO FRED LEE YVONNE OMURA KATHY SHIMABUKURO ESTELLE YOUNG S4 BOARD OF GOVERNORS FJRST HOW: ANNETTE CHEE. GENEVIEVE CLARK. J. MALLEV COX. JOHN FERGUSON. ANDREW IN; SECOND ROW: FRED KAWAMARA. OEWEV KIM. LEONA LEE. MARY LOU LIVINGSTON. AMY NAGANO: THIRD ROW: KATHV SHIMA. BUKURO. RICHARD SUCITA. VIVIAN WACHI. ALLAN YOSH1DA. Board of Governors THE HEMENWAY BOARD OF GOVERNORS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND PROGRAM OF THE HEMENWAY HALL COLLEGE UNION COMPOSED OF EIGHT STUDENTS, THREE FACULTY, AND ONE ALUMNUS, THE BOARD MEETS MONTHLY TO DISCUSS ACTIVITIES POLICIES AND INNOVATIONS THROUGH- OUT THE YEAR DANCES COFFEE HOURS, AND MOVIES WERE SPONSORED BY THE BOARD. THE ALBUM COLLECTION OF THE CARNEGIE MUSIC LIBRARY WAS RECENTLY STOCKED WITH PROGRESSIVE JAZZ AND SHOW TUNES AS WELL AS CLASSICAL MUSIC. IN ADDITION TO A FULL PROGRAM. THE BOG WAS ABLE TO PUT UP A MASTER CALENDAR ON WHICH TO RECORD ORGANIZATIONAL EVENTS IN THE MAIN LOUNGE CONCRETE PLANS FOR NEW FURNITURE FOR THE LOUNGE WERE MADE AND STUDIES BEGAN FOR A POSSIBLE REMODELING OF THE SECOND FLOOR OF HEMENWAY HALL 55 Board of Public at ions THE BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS IS AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE ASUH SENATE THE lO-MEMBER COMMITTEE INCLUDES THE EDITORS OF THE NEWS- PAPER AND YEARBOOK, PUBLICATIONS ADVISOR. ASUH PRESIDENT ASUH EXEC- UTIVE SECRETARY A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE ADM I N ISTRATION S OFFICE OF PUBLICATIONS AND INFORMATION, AND TWO JUNIORS AND TWO SENIORS. ALL STUDENT MEMBERS, ONE OF WHOM SERVES AS CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, ARE APPOINTED BY THE ASUH SENATE. THE BOP REVIEWS BUDGETS OF THE NEWSPAPER, YEARBOOK STUDENT HANDBOOK AND STUDENT DIRECTORY. AND REVIEWS APPLICATIONS AND MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE SENATE FOR KA LEO EDITOR. BUSINESS MANAGER. AND AD DIRECTOR. AND KA PALAPALA EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER BESIDES ITS USUAL BUSINESS. THE 1957-5B BOP CONSIDERED A REVISION OF ITS OWN SET-UP WHICH WAS APPROVED BY THE SENATE. THE PROPOSAL. HOW- EVER. FAILED TO PASS THE PLEBISCITE. BETSY FUJIMOTO MILTON GOO GEORGE HIGA WINIFRED ISHIMOTO ELSIE LOO PEDRIC REA ROBERT SCOTT KATHY SHIMABUKURO JANN YUEN 56 Atvards Committee A ' A.: A AWARDS COMMITTEE MILDRED TERAGUWACHI. CAROL GOTO. RUBY NAGAMI, MEI CHIH CHUNG. HARRY HIGA. ' ) PAUL ROBINSON CHAIRMAN ' i JOAN WONG CHAIRMAN Directory Committee STUDENT DIRECTORY COMMITTEE BARBARA ZANE HELEN YAM A DA. CHRI5TELLA KONG. ELECTION COMMITTEE LILLIAN KITAGAWA. RICHARD SUGITA. BARBARA SEKI REGINALD YOUNG. RUTH KONDO. KAREN KOCH1. JANE OKADA. AUDREY ANN CHAR. ELINOR KITAMURA CHAIRMAN Election Committee RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE EFFICIENT CONDUCT OF ALL ASUH ELEC- TIONS FALLS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE ELECTION COMMITTEE THE COMMITTEE SETS UP THE VOTING BOOTHS. HELPS PREPARE THE BALLOTS SUPERVISES THE ELECTION PROCEDURES. AND TABULATES THE VOTES AND PUBLICIZES THE RESULTS. DURING THE FIRST SEMESTER. THE COMMITTEE HANDLED THE ELEC- TIONS FOR FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS AND SENATORS. HOMECOMING QUEEN SEMI-FINALISTS. AND THE PLEBISCITE ON THE ASUH VOTING SYSTEM. SEC- OND SEMESTER ELECTIONS INCLUDED THOSE FOR KA PALAPALA SEMI- = INAL1STS. ASUH EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. CLASS OFFICERS. SENATORS. BOARD OF GOVERNORS POSITIONS AND TWO PLEBISCITES COVERING THE POSSI- BILITY OF ASSESSING EACH STUDENT S5 A SEMESTER FOR THE CONSTRUC- TION OF A NEW COLLEGE UNION BUILDING AND THE PROPOSED REVISION OF THE BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS STRUCTURE VOTING. AN IMPORTANT DEMOCRATIC PRIVILEGE. 58 ■S T THE MODEL UNITED NATIONS: A PRACTrCAL LESSON IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Model United Nations ARTHUR EMES CHAIRMAN WITH THE PURPOSE OF ORIENTING STUDENTS IN THE MECHANICS OF THE UNITED NATIONS, TO STIMU- LATE RESEARCH AND DISCUSSION ON TWO OR MORE CONTROVERSIAL INTERNATIONAL ISSUES BEFORE THAT BODY. TO PROVIDE A MEANS FOR BETTERING AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE UNITED NATIONS-ITS PUR- POSES, FUNCTIONS AND LIMITS ETC THE UNIVERSITY SPONSORED ITS THIRD ANNUAL MODEL UNITED NA- TIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN APRIL THE MODEL UN WAS CHARGED WITH THE RESPONSI- BILITY OF ORGANIZING THE DELEGATES AND VARIOUS BLOCS, AND PROVIDING REFERENCE MATERIAL TO BE USED IN RESEARCH THIS YEAR THE CONTROVERSIAL COLON I ALIZATI ON ISSUES OF ALGERIA AND CYPRUS WERE THE PROBLEMS UNDERTAKEN BY THE UH S MODEL UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY, MODEL UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE JANN YUEN. GALEN NAHIMATSU HARRY NEECE. RALPH OHAHA. PRISCILLA MORALES. PEDRIC REA. 59 KA PALAPALA PAGEANT COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: TOM YAMA- MOTO. RALPH OHARA. AUDREY CHAR. WALTER SOGA: SECOND ROW: EDWIN KANEKO. SANFORD KOMATSU. SADAMI KOBAYA5HI. RUBY YAMASH1TA. JOSE BULATAO. CAROLINE OKADA. DOROTHY ITO. ANN ITO CHAIRMAN Ka Palapala Cominittee THE PUBLIC VIEWED A SMOOTHLY-CONDUCTED. WELL-PLANNED CONTEST, BUT BEHIND THE SCENES AN ENERGETIC COMMITTEE WORKED LONG AND HARD TO PUT ON THIS YEAR S SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL KA PALAPALA BEAUTY PAGEANT OF NATIONS SUB- COMMITTEES WERE SET UP EARLIER IN THE YEAR BY THE STEERING COMMITTEE WHICH THROUGHOUT THE MONTHS OF PREPARATION, LENT ITS ADVICE AND DECIDED ISSUES ON VARIOUS PHASES OF THE PAGEANT. UNDER ITS DIRECTION. JUDGES WERE SELECTED AND ON THE EVE OF THE CONTEST. BALLOTS WERE TABULATED TO DETERMINE THE KA PALAPALA RACIAL BEAUTY QUEENS THE 1958 KA PALAPALA BEAUTY PAGEANT 3 E M I - F I N AL I S TS . r THE 1957 HOMECOMING: RAINBOW HOLIDAY. ' Hofitecoming Committee THE PLANNING AND PROMOTION OF THE 1957 HOMECOMING CELEBRATION WAS SUC- CESSFULLY UNDERTAKEN BY THE HOMECOMING COMMITTEE UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF KAY OYAMA THE CELEBRATION WAS CENTERED AROUND THE UH-FRESNO STATE FOOTBALL GAME AND DIFFERED FROM PREVIOUS HOMECOMINGS IN THAT THE PRINCIPLE EVENTS WERE HELD ON SATURDAY INSTEAD OF FRIDAY, THE COMMITTEE FELT THAT THE CHANGE WOULD MAKE IT MORE CONVENIENT FOR ALUMNI MEMBERS TO RETURN ' TO THE CAM- PUS AND PARTICIPATE IN THE VARIOUS EVENTS WITH THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY HIGHLIGHTING THE RAINBOW HOLIDAY ' HOMECOMING WERE A VARIETY SHOW. BAND CONCERT, STUDENT- ALU MN I RIFLE MATCH. JALOPY PARADE ALUMNI DINNER AND HOMECOMING DANCE. HOMECOMING COMMITTEE AUDREY CHAR. MEL GARCIA. CI-ARENE OKIMURA, JAMES SUGIHARA, ANITA MOEPONO. .El 5NIFFEN. KAY OYAMA CHAIRMAN PAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL COMMITTEE FIRST ROW; ALFRED CHEE. BERNADINE TOM. LILA IWANAGA FUNAYAMA JANET HIRAOKA. CLARENE OKIMURA: SECOND ROW: CHARLES OTA. THEODORE SHIROMA. CLEMENT LEONG. CLEMENT FUJIMOTO. STANLEY HAYASE. LEONA LEE CHAIRMAN A CHANGE HERE AND A NEW FEATURE THERE RESULTED IN ONE OF THE BEST PAN PACIFIC FESTIVALS IN YEARS THE MOVING OF THE FOOD BOOTHS TO THE AREA BETWEEN UNIVERSITY AVENUE AND DOLE STREET MADE THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET PLACE MORE ACCESSIBLE TO THE PUBLIC A NEW FEATURE WAS THE HI-STYLE HULA LAND SHOW ' IN WHICH CAMPUS BEAUTY QUEENS MODELED HAWAIIAN FASHIONS ATTRACTING MUCH ATTENTION WAS THE HIGH STEPPING ARMY ROTC DRILL TEAM IN SMART LAVA. LAVAS THE PAGEANT AND AQUACADE CENTERING AROUND AN INTERNATIONAL THEME. WERE PARTIC- ULARLY EYE-CATCHING THIS YEAR THE FLORAL DISPLAY. A FEATURE OF THE FESTIVAL. 62 JOY AHN AND VIRGINIA PARILUA CO-CHAIRMEN SPIRIT AND RALLY COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: JEAN MIHATA, FRED KAWAHARA. GERALDINE HOU: SECOND ROW: MERNA CHING. AMV TONC-LAO: THIRD ROW: BERNAOINE TOM. CLARENE OKIMURA. Spirit and Rally Committee •GO TEAM GO; FIGHT TEAM FIGHTl " THE HERCULEAN TASK OF BRINGING FORTH THE SCHOOL SPIRIT OF THE STUDENTS IN THE FORM OF SONGS AND CHEERS AT ATHLETIC FUNCTIONS IS THE PRIME RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SPIRIT AND RALLY COMMITTEE AMONG ITS DUTIES ARE THE PLANNING OF PRE-GAME RALLIES. THE SELECTION OF SONG AND CHEERLEADERS. AND THE SUPERVISION AND DIREC- TION OF CHEERING AND SINGING OF SCHOOL SONGS AT ATHLETIC EVENTS AND PEP RALLIES 63 NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: BERNADINE TOM. HELEN SMIGEMURA. FLORA KAWAMOTO. RONALD LEE. BARBARA ZANE: SECOND ROW: ROBERT OSHIMA. JANE SANTOKI. FRED KAWAMARA. CLARENE OKIMURA. HARRY FUJIMORI, ADELE TMOM, New Student Orientation Committee BERNADINE TOM CHAIRMAN THE TASK OF ORIENTATING FRESHMEN AND NEW STUDENTS TO UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII CAMPUS LIFE WAS UNDERTAKEN BY THE NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION COMMITTEE A WEEK OF ORIENTATION ACTIVITIES INCLUDING A STUDENT VS FACULTY QUIZ SHOW. CLUB NIGHT INFORMATION SESSIONS, CAMPUS TOURS, AND THE ANNUAL ALOHA KEIKI DANCE WERE SPONSORED FOR THE COLLEGE NEOPHYTES. ORIENTATION COUNSELORS PLAYED AN LIFE. IMPORTANT ROLE IN INTRODUCING THE NEOPHYTES TO CAMPUS Drives Committee DRIVES COMMITTEE HARRY FUJIMORI. MIEKO SHlOt- ZAWA. LORETTA AU. LILLIAN KITAGAWA. ROY MURAKAMI. A TOLL PAID ACCORDING TO THE LENGTH OF ONE ' S FOOT WAS PART OF THE MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE. BARBARA TANI CHAIRMAN V-s i WITH EMPHASIS ON INFORMING THE STUDENT OF THE PUR- POSES FOR CONTRIBUTING, THE DRIVES COMMITTEE WORKED TIRELESSLY TO RAISE MONEY FOR VARIOUS FUNDS AND SUC- CESSFULLY COORDINATED EIGHT DRIVES DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR AS AN INNOVATION, A STUDENT- FACULTY DIVISION OF THE COMMITTEE WAS SET UP, WITH THE DRIVES COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN AND THE ASUH VICE-PRESIDENT REPRESENTING THE STUDENTS AFTER EVALUATING COMMUNITY DRIVES, THE SUB-COMMITTEE SELECTED TWO TO CARRY OUT JOINTLY 65 V m ■ " ■ ' ' " ' I ' rlV Poster Committee POSTER COMMITTEE AUDREY ANN CHAR. HARRY FUJIMORI. AMY OKAMOTO. ROBERT OSHIMA CHAIRMAN Public Relations Secoiid-Hand Bookstore RON FELLOWS DIRECTOR SECOND-HAND BOOKSTORE COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: GRACE HARADA. RUTH 1MADA. JANET HIGUCHI. FRANCES TAKAHAMA; SECOND ROW: BERNADINE TOM. CAROLE HAYASHI, ARLENE HEE. EVA MIYAHARA. JANE MORISHIGE AND ADELE THON CO-CHAIRMEN tq H O Ka Leo O Hawaii ELSIE LOO EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ROBERT SCOTT ADVISOR THE 1957-58 KA LEO O HAWAII STAFF DEVOTED ITS BEST EFFORTS TOWARD PRODUCING A STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF WHICH THE UNIVERSITY COULD BE PROUD STEPS WERE TAKEN TO CUT DOWN ON WASTED MOTION BY SETTING UP A STANDARDIZED HEADLINE CHART BY REVISING THE STYLE SHEET AND BY REORGANIZING THE STAFF JOB SHEET IN KEEPING WITH THE NEW STAFF STRUCTURE, JOB DESCRIPTIONS WERE WORKED OUT AND UNIVERSITY CREDITS WERE EXTENDED TO PERSONS DOING ROUTINE NEWSPAPER WORK WHILE EN- ROLLED IN ENGLISH 119 AND 123 PLANS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PRESENT FACILITIES AND RENOVATION OF SEMI- PERMANENT FIXTURES WERE ALSO MADE AND APPROVED BUT AS YET HAVE NOT BEEN ACTED UPON DUE TO THE LACK OF TRAINED PERSONNEL AND CONTINUITY OF STAFF, IT BECAME NECESSARY TO CUT KA LEO DOWN TO WEEKLY EDITIONS DURING THE SECOND SEMESTER HOWEVER, AN ENERGETIC NUCLEUS WAS ABLE TO PUT OUT SPECIAL ISSUES COVERING DR SNYDER S APPOINTMENT TO THE UH PRESIDENCY AND THE KA LEO-SPONSORED PUBLIC MEETING INVOLVING THE GOLDEN RULE CREW, EXCLUSIVE PRESS CONFERENCES WITH THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY WERE ALSO ACHIEVED DAVID NAKASONE MANAGING EDITOR WINIFRED LEONG CITY EDITOR JENNIE WONG NEWS EDITOR EDWIN YAMAUCHI FEATURE EDITOR PAUL iZAWA SPORTS EDITOR 71 PROOF-READERS BARBARA MIYAKE. BARBARA ZANE AND JOAN WONG MAKE FINAL CORRECTIONS. MIEKO SHIGEZAWA ASS ' T. CITY EDITOR RUBY NAGAM LIBRARIAN GRACE HARADA LIBRARIAN KA LEO O HAWAII STAFF MILTON GOO. GWEN HA. FUSAYO HARAGUCHI. MAE VAMAMOTO. HARRY NEECE. NEWS STAFF PATSV KANOHOLANI. JOYCE NISHIMURA, JANET IKEMORI. VERA LEE MUKA1. BAR3ARA MIYAKE. CAROL TANAKA. (H vt KA LCD PHOTOGRAPHERS LARRY OZAKI KEN MIMURA AND WILLIAM DOl. RAY LYAU PHOTO DIRECTOR I V: ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF LOWELL HU (AD- VERTISING DIRECTOR). JOAN WONG (EX- CHANGE CO-EDITOR). DAVE OISHI (EX- CHANGE CO-EDITOR). HAN CHING (CIRCU- LATION CO-MANAGER). ALVIN LUNG (CIR- CULATION CO-MANAGER). NEWS STAFF WARREN LOW, KORLO LOOK. BETTS MOSZLEY. JERRY DRENNAN. STEPHEN VAUSE. JANE SANTOKI. J SPORTS EDITOR PAUL IIAWA RECEIVES A TIP ON AN ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT. ALFRED CHEE BUSINESS MANAGER DEADLINE DAY IS WORK DAY; HEADACHE DAY. Ka Palapala A RELATIVELY INEXPERIENCED BUT WILLING STAFF UNDERTOOK THE HERCULEAN TASK OF PRODUCING A BIGGER AND BETTER YEARBOOK BUT WAS HANDICAPPED SOME- WHAT BY THE LEGACY OF LATENESS LEFT BY THE ANNUAL OF THE YEAR BEFORE HOW- EVER, INTERDEPARTMENTAL COOPERATION COUPLED WITH LONG HOURS INTO THE NIGHT FINALLY PAID OFF AND THE RESULT IS A KA PALAPALA WHICH HAS THE DISTINCTION OF BEING THE FIRST IN THE UNIVERSITYS HISTORY TO BE OF COLLEGIATE SIZE. ITS DIMENSIONS BEING 9x12 INCHES GUIDED BY THE THEME OF GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION ' AND WITH EMPHASIS ON ACTIVITIES THE STAFF WORKED ENERGETICALLY TO FILL KA PALAPALA S 360 PAGES WITH MORE CANDID AND ACTION SHOTS. FOR THE FIRST TIME. TOO SENIORS WERE CLASSIFIED BY COLLEGES AND AN INDEX OF ALL STUDENTS PICTURED WAS INCLUDED THE ANNUAL ORGANIZATION WILL BE REMEMBERE D FOR SPONSORING THE FIRST CAMPUS SWEETHEART CONTEST IN WHICH A CAMPUS SWEETHEART WAS CHOSEN FROM AMONG NINE FRATERNITY-SPONSORED CANDIDATES BY POPULAR MALE VOTE ON VALENTINES DAY. ROBERT L. SCOTT PUBLICATIONS ADVISOR STANLEY RIVERA PHOTOGRAPHY ADVISOR 76 WILLIAM KWON ASSOCIATE EDITOR MARtLYN KAM ART EDITOR OSAMU TANABE LAYOUT EDITOR ANITA CHING 1AKE-UP EDITOR CAROLYN YAP COPY EDITOR KA PALAPALA STAFF JOAN WONG. MIEKO SHIGEZAWA. SYLVIA CHONG. DORIS SUGIMOTO. EVELYN HO. DOROTHY FURUNO, HARRIET ISHIMINE. ART AOVrSOR KENNETH KINGREY INSPECTS THE LAYOUTS DRAWN BY LARRY SIU AND LILY NAKAGAWA. KA PALAPALA KA PALAPALA STAFFERS PRIMO ACOBA. ROSE LEE. LEI SNIFFEN WAI LING CHING AND BARBARA CHUN, RUSH TO MEET THEtR DEADLINE. LORRAINE SATO ACTIVITIES LAUREEN HONG ORGANIZATIONS SI _ ■P _ mr rm ■ ' " " - P • -- 1 1 V ' " " 1 H • z 1 1 m W . - 1 - M K . 1 K , . 3 1 ■ wJL H B Vz ' H ' l 1 i ■ 1 1 ' t4 f 1 FRANK FORBES ADELE THOM RUBY MURAYAMA KAY OYAMA ATHLETICS FEATURES STUDENTS SENIORS KA PALAPALA PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF f ERNEST NOJI. CONSTANCE LAU. WILLIAM DOI. LARRY OZAKI. KENNETH MIMURA. KA PALAPALA STAFF CONNIE LAU. PRIS- CILLA MORALES ELEANOR KAN. JUDY YOUNG. THE 1957-58 PROGRAM OF EDUCATIONAL AS WELL AS ENTERTAINING PLAYS WAS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF THE THEATER GROUP COUNCIL, WHICH CONSISTS OF STUDENTS WHO CONTROL BOTH THE BUSINESS AND TECH- NICAL ASPECTS OF THE UH THEATER UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF DR EARLE ERNST, DR JOEL TRAPIDO, DR EDWARD LANGHANS. MISS LUCIE BENTLEY, AND MR. ROBERT SOLLER TH E YEAR OPENED WITH THE ' FOUR ORIGINAL ONE ACT PLAYS ' AND WAS FOLLOWED IN SHORT ORDER BY THE FACULTY PRODUCTION MAD WOMAN OF CHAILLOT. " THE SECOND SEMESTER BROUGHT FORTH THE MORE SOPHISTICATED PLAYS. ANTON CHEKOV S -UNCLE VANYA ' DIRECTED BY DR. ERNST, ARTHUR MILLERS DEATH OF A SALESMAN, ' DIRECTED BY MR SOLLER AND SOPHOCLES ANTIGONE. ■ DIRECTED BY DR. LANGHANS THE YEAR ALSO WITNESSED A MAJOR RENOVATION IN THE SHOP AND COS- TUME ROOM AND AS A RESULT THE BACKSTAGE CREWS ARE NOW WORKING IN COMPARATIVELY NEAT AND EFFICIENTLY ORGANIZED SURROUNDINGS REAR- RANGEMENT OF EQUIPMENT, REMODELING, AND REDECORATING DID MARVELS TO CREATE MORE SPACE SYSTEMATIC FILING AWAY OF HEAVY SCENERY AND STORAGE OF PROPS PROVED TO BE TIME-SAVING CHANGES, UH Theater Group THEATER GROUP COUNCIL FIRST ROW: DR. EDWARD LANGHANS. LILLIAN SAKAI GENE PAROL A. JANE IWATA. DR. JOEL TRAPIDO; SECOND ROW: PHYLLIS LIM, ROBERT SOLLER. LUCIE BENTLEY. DOUGLAS KAYA. 80 ' WE ' RE ALL GOING TO COLLEGE. TO GET A BIT OF KNOWLEDGE THAT WE WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO USE. Come A-Kunnin ■COME A-RUNNIN I " A MUSICAL COMEDY SATIRIZING SCHOOL LIFE ON THE MANOA CAMPUS, WAS WRITTEN BY STUDENT MAURICE MASUOKA. MAC TOM MOSSMAN FRESHMAN GIRL DOROTHY OTA LAW STUDENT RICHARD WILLIAMS ANATOMY STUDENT JAMES KAINA GEORGE ALVIN LUM BERTHA GAIL PICKERING LYNN LINDA LEE TOD THOMAS WARD JEFF FRED GILL DORMITORY GIRLS MARIANNE PERLOT, MYRNA MAZZOLA MARY GUTHRIE, BETTY BLAKE MAE , , , , . ESTELLE YOUNG EDITOR RICHARD WILLIAMS PUPULE , , , EDWIN YOON DANCERS AUDREY ANN CHAR, ANN KEMBLE, MARJORIE KIKUKAWA, KATHLEEN McCLELLAN, ALBERTA NOBRIGA DOROTHY OTA ALVIN ARNOLD, RONALD HAMMOND, JAMES KAINA, HART SIMERSON SINGERS BETTY BLAKE CONNIE BARCINA MARY GUTHRIE. PAT HICKS, ISABEL HAPAI BOBBY KNUDSEN, TAMARA LYONS, MYRNA MAZZOLA PAM MILLER, MARIANNE PERLOT, BILLIE ANN SABALA DARROW AlONA, JACK FORD JOHN POWELL FRED USHIJIMA, EDWIN YOON. JERRY WONG 81 TWO POLICEMEN TAKE HICKEY AWAY AS THE CLIMAX OF THE PLAY IS REACHED Iceman Cometh AS ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION THE THEATER GROUP PRESENTED EUGENE O NEILLS FOUR-HOUR MARATHON TRAGEDY THE ICE- MAN COMETH AND BECAME THE FIRST GROUP TO PRODUCE THIS PLAY OUTSIDE OF NEW YORK. O NEILL S CONTROVERSIAL MASTERPIECE CONCERNS A GROUP OF LOWER DEPTH DRUNKS WHO SIT AROUND MORE OR LESS STIFF WITH BOOZE IN HARRY HOPE S NEW YORK WATERFRONT BAR, EACH LOST IN HIS PERSONAL PIPE DREAM OF A HAPPIER TOMORROW JOEL TRAPIDO DIRECTED THE 19-MEMBER CAST, HARRY HOPE HOWARD GOTTSCHALK ED MOSHER , GROVE DAY JAMES CAMERON ' JIMMY TOMORROW) GENE PAROLA JAMES LINN LARRY SLADE . . ROBERT SCOTT ROCKY PIOGGI DON MUNDELL DON PARRITT ROBERT SOLLER PEARL MARY BEALKE MARGIE SUE SEARS CORA PEGGY McKENZIE THEODORE HICKMAN HICKEY i LOUIS STEED THE WEAK-WILLED LODGERS OF HARRY HOPE ' S BAR PAUSE BEFORE LEAVING IN A FUTILE ATTEMPT TO FULFILL THEIR DREAMS. •I NOW PRONOUNCE THEE MAN AND W I F E " ' — N OR I N A -MARRIES- DON PASQUALE. Don Pasquale IN A LIGHTER VEIN WAS GAETANO DONIZETTI S THREE ACT COMIC OPERA DON PASQUALE WHICH WAS PRODUCED JOINTLY BY THE MUSIC AND DRAMA DEPARTMENTS WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN ITALIAN, THE OPERA WAS SUNG IN ENGLISH THE PLOT CENTERS AROUND THE COMPLICATIONS WHICH OCCUR WHEN ERNESTO WANTS HIS LADY LOVE. YET WANTS TO KEEP THE FAVOR OF HIS UNC LE. DON PASQUALE WHO DISAPPROVES OF THE PROCEEDINGS THE HUMOROUS RESOLUTION OF PROBLEMS BROUGHT TO LIGHT BY THE UNFOLDING PLOT MADE FOR MANY LAUGHS AND CHUCKLES INCLUDED IN THE CAST WAS A 23 VOICE CHORUS ACCOMPANIMENT WAS PROVIDED BY A 27-PIECE ORCHESTRA RICHARD VINE OF THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT AND DR EARLE ERNEST OF DRAMA DIRECTED THE PRODUCTION. DON PASQUALE FLOYD UCHIMA MALATESTA HERBERT HEE ALVIN LUM ERNESTO SHIGERU HOTOKE NORINA SALLY SWANHOLM NOTARY ROBERT SOLLER DON PASQUALE ' S SHREWISH WIFE ORDERS MORE SERVANTS. MUCH TO HER HUSBAND ' S DISMAY. A FAMILY OF GHOSTS RETURN FHO THE PAST TO MAUNT J03 SCUN. WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR DEATHS. four One-Act Plays WINNING SELECTIONS FROM THE ONE ACT PLA YWR I GHTI NG CONTEST PRE- SENTED ANNUALLY UNDER THE TITLE OF FOUR ORIGINAL ONE ACT PLAYS THIS YEAR INCLUDED JAY GURIAN S WINTER IN THE PASS. A FANTASY MELO- DRAMA HELEN TOPHAM S UNDER THE CLOCK A SOPHISTICATED COMEDY DR JEFFERY FLEECE S SHAMING OF THE TRUE. ' A PARODY OF SHAKESPEARE S TAMING OF THE SHREW AND MARYANN ROFFMAN S GRADUATION PARTY. A DOMESTIC DRAMA WITH A LOCAL SETTING DIRECTED BY ROBERT SOLLER WINTER IN THE PASS WHICH TAKES PLACE IN THE WYOMING MOUNTAINS CONCERNS A MISER WHO IS HAUNTED BY CUSTOMERS HE HAS CHEATED AS HE NEARS DEATH THE ESCAPADES AND PHILANDERING OF A NEW YORK COUPLE WERE DEPICTED IN UNDER THE CLOCK ' WHICH WAS DIRECTED BY LUCIE BENTLEY DR EDWARD LANGHANS ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH AND THEATER DIRECTED THE SHAMING OF THE TRUE WITH ITS SEVEN MEMBER CAST GRADUATION PARTY WAS CENTERED AROUND A FILIPINO FAMILY LIV- ING IN HONOLULU AND THE CRISIS THAT DEVELOPED WHEN THE FATHER S DREAM OF BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR HIS DAUGHTER IS SHATTERED WHEN SHE CHOOSES MARRIAGE S4 ■•YOU ARB THK SINISTER SON OF A SUBTERRANEAN SYNTHESIS. " SAYS THE LITERALLY ADAPTED COUNTERPART OF SHAKESPEARE ' S SHREW AS SHE ADMONISHES THE MORE BUCOLIC MEMBERS OF THE CAST. Madwoman of Chaillot THE ANNUAL FACULTY PRODUCTION THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT PROVED TO BE A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY WHEREIN AUTHOR FRENCH WIT AND PHILOSOPHER JEAN GIRAUDOUX HAS HIS HEROINE A PERSON OF UNSTABLE MENTALITY. ■ SEARCHING FOR A NINE-FOOT BOA. CHANGING MEN S NAMES HOURLY. AND ATTEMPTING TO SAVE MANKIND STUDENTS AND FACULTY WIVES AS WELL AS INSTRUCTORS MADE UP THE 43.MEMBER CAST THE PROSPECTOR . . JEAN CHARLOT THE PRESIDENT JOHN STALKER THE BARON CARLETON GREEN THE RAGPICKER EDWARD LANGHANS IRMA ESTELLE YOUNG COUNTESS AURELIA. THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT LUCIE BENTLEY PIERRE JAY GURIAN THE SERGEANT WALTER CARTER THE SEWER-MAN DAVID DONNELLY CONST ANCE. MADWOMAN OF PASSY KATHLEEN SCOTT GABRIELLE. MADWOMAN OF ST, SULPICE ... ELEANOR BILSBORROv V JOSEPHINE. MADWOMAN OF LA CONCORDE HELEN TOPHAM ■THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT " EXPLAINS JUST HOW WONDERFUL LIFE IS TO PIERRE. WHILE ALL THE VAGABONDS WATCH ATTENTIVELY. : r ' l . ' .m Uncle Vanya A SLOWING DOWN IN PACE WAS EXPERIENCED IN ANTON CHEKHOV ' S UNCLE VANYA ■ TG S FIRST PRODUCTION THIS YEAR FROM OTHER RECENT TO PLAYS OF A HARDHITTING NATURE. IN UNCLE VANYA. CHEKHOV. RUSSIA S FOREMOST PLAYWRIGHT HAS DEVELOPED THE THEMES OF FRUSTRATION OF ASPIRATIONS THE SACRIFICE OF THE IDEAL TO THE MEDIOCRE. AND THE YEARNING FOR A BETTER WORLD THE HERO IF HE MAY BE CALLED THAT. IS SEEN RATIONALIZING AND RESENTING HIS LIFE AND LOVE THE ACTION TAKES PLACE IN A SMALL RUSSIAN VILLAGE IN 1895 ACTING IN THE TITLE ROLE WAS ROBERT SOLLER GRADUATE ASSISTANT IN DRAMA AND THEATRE DRAMA PROFESSOR EARLE ERNST WAS DIRECTOR SEREBRIAKOFF ALEXANDER VLADI M IROVITCH. A RETIRED PROFESSOR GLENN WILSON ELENA ANDREEVNA. HIS WIFE JEANNE DELAND SOFIA ALEXANDROVNA ' SONIA ' . HIS DAUGHTER BY A FIRST MARRIAGE BILLIE JEANNE WALKER VOINITSKAYA. MARIA VASILIEVNA. WIDOW. MOTHER OF THE FIRST WIFE OF THE PROFESSOR JANET FAURE VOINITSKY. IVAN PETROVITCH ' UNCLE VANYA i HER SON ROBERT SOLLER ASTROFF. MICHAIL LVOVICH A DOCTOR ANGUS MCPHERSON TELEGIN. ILYA ILYICH. AN IMPOVERISHED LANDOWNER ... DOUGLAS KAYA MARINA AN OLD NURSE ELIZABETH WALKER A WORKMAN RITCHIE SPENCER BOREDOM AND FRUSTRATION ENGULF THE SCENE AS A TYPICALLY CHEKHOVIAN PICTURE IS FORMED. TEA IS POURED FROM THE SAMOVAR AS THE RUSSIAN CUSTOM OF AFTERNOON TEA IS PERFORMED. 86 WILLY LOHMAN. RELIVING A SCENE FROM HIS PAST. TELLS HIS TW 5 3NS THAT ALL YOU NEED TO SUCCEED IN THE WORLD IS TO BE " WELL-LIKED. NE FROM THE TRAGIC PRESENT. A VIOLENT ARGUMENT BETWEEN LOHMAN AND SON. BIFF. HAS JUST ENDED IN A RESTAURANT WITH EACH IN A SCE REBUFFING THE OTHER Death of a Salesman ARTHUR MILLERS PULITZER PRIZE WINNING PLAY DEATH OF A SALESMAN WAS PERFORMED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HAWAII BY THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII THEATER GROUP DURING THE SPRING SEMESTER THE PLAY. WHICH ALSO RECEIVED THE DRAMA CRITICS AWARD. IS THE TRAGIC STORY OF A DISILLUSIONED SALESMAN WHO IS A PRODUCT OF MATERIALISTIC AMERICAN SOCIETY THE USE OF EXACT REPLICAS OF THE STAGE SETS AND THE SAME SOUND EFFECTS USED IM jHE BROADWAY PRODUCTION ENRICHED THE LOCAL PERFORMANCE AND HELPED TO MAKE IT ONE OF THE BEST THIS SEASON. WILLY LOHMAN DAVID DONNELLY LINDA NANCY ANN WESTROPP HAPPY WILLIAM HINDS gIPP RICHARD WILLIAMS BERNARD RITCHIE SPENCER THE W OMAN P LA RESLER CHARLEY . . GE ' E PAROLA UNCLE BEN ■ °» ' ' " " HOWARD WAGNER DENNIS WHITE jgMfjY MARY ELIZABETH BOYLES STANLEY ■■..... ' . ' •J ' l " DER MISS FORSYTHE BILLIE JEANNE WALKER L yy EVON MORRISON 87 Board of Debate and Forensics VIRGINIA HEE CO-CHAIRMAN BETTY M EDO CO-CHAIRMAN BOARD OF DEBATE AND FORENSICS FIRST ROW: DR. ORLAND S. LEFFORGE. VIRGINIA HEE: SECOND ROW: JAMES C. CHING. RONALD AU. HILDA KAGAWA. BERNADINE TOM. 88, THC A4.L-HAWAII ORATORICAL CONTEST HIGHLIGHTED THC BODF CALENDAR. THE BOARD OF DEBATE AND FORENSICS HANDLES SPEECH AND ORATORICAL ACTIVITIES FOR THE GENERAL AND EDUCATIONAL WELFARE OF THE UNIVERSITY THE HEMENWAY ORATORICAL IN NOVEMBER STARTED OFF A SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF BODF ACTIVITIES IN DECEMBER THE THIRD ANNUAL FRESHMAN EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAK- ING CONTEST WAS HELD. FOLLOWED BY THE ALL-HAWAII AND SECOND ANNUAL INTER- COLLEGIATE ORATORICALS IN APRIL. AGAIN. IN THE LATTER EVENT, CO-SPONSORED BY DELTA SIGMA RHO. HONORARY SPEECH FRATERNITY. THE UNIVERSITY WALKED OFF WITH FIRST PLACE HONORS TO WIN THE COVETED PERPETUAL TROPHY OTHER COLLEGES PARTICIPATING IN THE CONTEST WERE THE UH H I LO BRANCH. MAUNAOLU COLLEGE ON MAUI. HONOLULU CHRISTIAN COLLEGE CHURCH COLLEGE OF HAWAII, AND CHAMINADE. ANOTHER FRESHMAN EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING CONTEST IN MAY CLIMAXED THE YEAR S ACTIVITIES THE BODF ALSO SPONSORED THE WEEKLY WEDNESDAY LEGISLATIVE FORUMS IN THE FIRST SEMESTER DELTA SIGMA RHO TOOK OVER FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER 89 Army Reserve Officers Training Corps COLONEL JOHN MINES PROFESSOR OF MILITARY SCIENCE LT. COL. WALTER BRUYERS 90 MAJOR DONALD SPROUL MAJOR HODMAN LINOOW CAPT. EMANUEL BURACK CART. JOSEPH EAGERS CAPT. DONALD DAVIS THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ARMY ROTC UNIT EXPERIENCED NUMEROUS CHANGES DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR 1957-58 COLONEL JOHN B R HINES TOOK COMMAND AS THE NEW PROFESSOR OF MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS THE UNIT WAS REORGANIZED INTO A MODIFIED VERSION OF THE PENTOMIC ORGANIZATION. AND THE CADETS UNIFORM WAS MODIFIED TO CONFORM WITH THE NEW DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY REGULATION CADET COLONEL ROBERT IWAI HEADED THE CORPS OF CADETS COMPOSED OF TWO BATTLE GROUPS MADE UP OF FOUR COMPANIES EACH OVER 500 CADETS: OFFICERS. NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND ENLISTED PERSONNEL, UNDERWENT THOROUGH MILITARY INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM TRAINING IN BASIC ARMY SUBJECTS, DESIGNED TO FAMILIARIZE THEM WITH MILITARY LIFE AND TO PREPARE THEM FOR THEIR FUTURE ROLE IN SERVING THEIR COUNTRY THE DRILL PROFICIENCY DEVELOPED THROUGH HARD WORK AND DETERMINATION. WAS DEMONSTRATED AT THE GRADUATION DAY PARADE ON MAY 20, THE CULMINATION OF THIRTY DRILL PERIODS THE SENIOR CADETS ATTENDING SUMMER TRAINING CAMP AT FORT LEWIS. WASHING- TON. DISTINGUISHED THEMSELVES BY WINNING THE WEST COAST ' SIXTH ARMY AREA) M-l RIFLE COMPETITION AND PLACING SECOND AMONG THIRTY COLLEGES IN THE ■CITY OF TACOMA COMPETITION FOR MILITARY PROFICIENCY AND LEADERSHIP. AMONG THESE SENIORS TWENTY-TWO WERE HONORED BY BEING DESIGNATED AS DISTINGUISHED MILI- TARY STUDENTS. THEREBY BECOMING ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR DIRECT COMMISSIONS IN THE REGULAR ARMY. EYES RIGHT. 91 SOPHOMORE CADETS LEARN OF CREW-SERVED WEAPONS. ROBERT IWAI CADET CORPS COMMANDER CAROLE 5AIKYO CADET CORPS SPONSOR ALFRED CHEE CADET CORPS ADJUTANT BARRY JAV BAND COMMANDER 92 JOSEPH KAU FIRST BATTLE GROUP COMMANDER RAMONA TONS FIRST BATTLE GROUP SP3NSOR GEORGE NAKASATO COMPANY B COMMANDER AMY MITO COMPANY C SPONSOR GEORGE HIGA COMPANY D COMMANDER MARY ANNE TAYLOR COMPANY A SPONSOR THOMAS ISHIOA COMPANY A COMMANDER DARLENE BLAKENEY COMPANY B SPONSOR RAYMOND K. SATO COMPANY C COMMANDER LYNNE SONYA KIM COMPANY D SPONSOR 93 EDWARD UEMURA SECOND BATTLE GROUP COMMANDE ? LUVIMINDA VILLANUEVA SECOND BATTLE GROUP SPONSOR JUN.OR OFFICERS ARE INSTRUCTED ON COMBAT TACTICS. 94 fV X KENNETH IBARA COMPANY H COMMANDER CHARLES SAWA :OMPANY E COMMANDER GRACE KINOSHITA COMPANY E SPONSOR JANE MORISHIGE COMPANY F SPONSOR KELLET MIN COMPANY G COMMANDER CHARLES YASUNAGA COMPANY F COMMANDER ELVA HAMAMOTO COMPANY G SPONSOR OFFICERS AND COLORS. CENTER MARCH. 95 Air Force ROTC COLONEL EDWARD GREENE JR. PROFESSOR OF AIR SCIENCE LT. COL. ROBERT HUNT MAJOR CLYDE ROGAN CAPT. DONALD SMITH CAPT. LEONARD HUGHES CAPT. ALVIN DESILET 96 THE PRINCIPLES OF AERONAUTICS ARE EXPLAINED. THE AIR FORCE ROTC DETACHMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ENJOYED A VERY SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL YEAR UNDER THE COMMAND OF COLONEL EDWARD GREENE. JR.. THE NEW PROFESSOR OF AIR SCIENCE AND TACTICS COGNIZANT OF THE DEMANDING NEED FOR TRAINED MILITARY LEADERS, THE AFROTC PROGRAM PROVIDED THE POTENTIAL AIR FORCE OFFICERS Vi ITH MAXIMUM OPPORTUNITY TO EXERCISE AND BETTER THEIR COMMAND AND LEADERSHIP ABILITY FROM THE BEGIN NING OF THE SCHOOL YEAR THE CADET OFFICERS WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TRAINING OF THE NEOPHYTE FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORE TROOPS. IN MID-TERM. THE WING OB- SERVED A CHANGE IN COMMAND ' IN ORDER TO GIVE THE CADET LEADERS A CHANCE FOR VARIED COMMAND AND STAFF EXPERIENCE, THE CADET OFFICERS WERE ABLY ASSISTED IN THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES BY THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISED BY THE CADR£ STAFF. THE WING ALSO PARTICIPATED IN THE UNIVERSITY ' S HOMECOMING CELEBRATION. MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE. AND PAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL AND SPONSORED A SUCCESSFUL BLOOD BANK DRIVE. THE AFROTC DRILL TEAM, THE DEFENDING WEST COAST AREA J ' CHAMPION, PER- FORMED AT THE MAUI COUNTY FAIR AND IS CONTEMPLATING A SUCCESSFUL DEFENSE OF ITS DRILL TITLE AT THE 1958 FINALS ON THE MAINLAND 97 FRED PANG WING COMMANDER GORDEAN LEE WING SPONSOR CHARLES KOCHI WING ADJUTANT ANNC MCAFEE ADJUTANT STAFF SPONSOR FUTURE AIRMEN EXPLORE THE EARTH. 98 KEN UCHtDA GROUP COMMANDER ANN LAI GROUP 1 SPONSOR HARRISON YONCDA CROUP 2 COMMANDER KAREN KOCHl GROUP 2 SPONSOR SALLY HARAGUCHI SQUADRON H SPONSOR HERBERT HIRATA SQUADRON I COMMANDER LORNA ADACHI SQUADRON K SPONSOR THOMAS USHIJIMA SQUADRON L COMMANDER SANDRA CHUN SQUADRON M SPONSOR Hfe ! ' GENE YOSHINAGA LErKO MATSUDA HERBERT NAKASONE CAROL CLAUS EDWIN MASUOKA SQUADRON H COMMANDER SQUADRON I SPONSOR SQUADRON K COMMANDER SQUADRON L SPONSOR SQUADRON M COMMANDER 99 DONALD LKC JAYNK KUWATA DRILL TEAM COMMANDER DRILL TKAM SPONSOR Army ROTC Drill Team THE 1957-58 DRILL TEAM HAD BEAUTY AS WELL AS SOLDIERLY TALENT. THE ARMY DRILL UNIT PERFORMS AT A FOOTBALL GAME. 100 THE AFROTC DRILL TEAM tN ACTION. Air Force ROTC Drill Team and Baud FRANK FISHER BAND COMMANDER EDWINA ALOIAU BAND SPONSOR CHARLES MARSHMAN DRILL TEAM COMMANDER JEANNETTE HOPKINS DRILL TEAM SPONSOR 101 Chorus RICHARD VINE ASSIST. PROF. OF MUSIC NORMAN RIAN PROF. OF MUSIC COMPOSED OF NEARLY 400 MEMBERS THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ORATORIO CHORUS OBSERVED ITS TENTH YEAR UNDER THE DIRECTION OF PROFESSOR RICHARD W VINE HIGHLIGHTING THE YEAR S ACTIVITIES WERE THE PARTICIPATION IN THE CHRISTMAS CONCERT AT THE WAIKIKI SHELL WITH THE UNIVERSITY CHOIR AND BAND AND THE PRESENTATION OF AlDA IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE HONOLULU SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA THE BAND. CHORUS AND CHOIR COMBINE TO SPONSOR THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT ' S HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR- THE CHRISTMAS CONCERT 102 Choir THE CHOIR PLUNGED INTO A FULL SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES THIS-YEAR IN ORDER TO PROMOTE AND PREPARE FOR THEIR CULTURE TOUR OF JAPAN THE GOAL OF THE CHOIR WAS TO COLLECT ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY FOR THEIR TRANSPORTATION TO JAPAN. ALL OTHER EXPENSES INCURRED DURING THE TRIP WILL BE PAID BY THE ASAHI SHIMBUN PRESS. THE FIRM EXTENDING THE TOUR INVITATION FOUR DRIVES WERE HELD TO COLLECT THE NEC- ESSARY FUNDS ALONG WITH SINGING ENGAGEMENTS THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY. CAMPUS CONTRIBUTIONS FROM STUDENTS AND FACULTY NETTED OVER S I 500 HIGHLIGHTING THE MANY ENGAGEMENTS AND PERFORMANCES OF THE CHOIR WERE THE SERIES OF CONCERTS HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE DANC- ING WATERS SHOW AT THE WAIKIKI SHELL THE CHOIR CONTRIBUTED HEAVILY TO THE COLORFUL CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL BY PRESENT- ING EIGHT CONCERTS AT THE KAISER DOME TRULY. THE 1957-58 SCHOOL YEAR WAS A MEMOR ABLE ONE FOR THE UNIVERSITY CHOIR THE CHOIR PERFORMS IN PREPARATION FOR ITS JAPAN TOUR. ]0:1 Baud HIGHLIGHTING THE ACTIVITIES OF THE BAND THIS YEAR WAS THE JOINT CONCERT IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND HELD AT THE OPENING OF THE NEW OTTO KLUM GYMNASIUM IT ALSO PROVIDED MUSICAL SUPPORT AT ALL THE FOOTBALL GAMES AND PEP RALLIES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR THE BAND OPENED ITS SEASON WITH A CONCERT BEFORE THE HAWAII MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION THE MUSIC INCLUDED THOSE PIECES SELECTED FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL BAND FESTIVAL IN MAY. A MAJOR PROJECT OF THE BAND WAS A SERIES OF NOON CON- CERTS FEATURING DIFFERENT BAND MEMBERS AS SOLOISTS DR DON C WALTER IS THE NEW DIRECTOR OF THE BAND HE BECAME BANDMASTER IN SEPTEMBER 1957. 104 Chi Epsilon HONORARIES CHI EPSILON FIHST ROW: RYOKICHI HIGASHIONNA. CHARLES SAWA. STANLEY DOI. HARRY MURAKAMI: SECOND ROW: LARRY BUTAS. DAVID HIGA. REGtNALD YOUNG ALVIN KIM. PROF. ARTHUR CHIU (ADVISOR). x ' jL,.:xi 109 Alpha Beta ALPHA BETA IS AN HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR STUDENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE HAVING AS ITS PRIMARY PURPOSE TO ENCOURAGE AND MAINTAIN A HIGH LEVEL OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG ITS MEMBERS THE ORGANIZATION ALSO DIRECTS ITS ACTIVITIES TOWARD THE DEVELOPMENT OF EACH INDIVIDUAL MEMBER FOR FUTURE LEADERSHIP IN AGRICULTURE AND ITS RELATED FIELDS AND ALSO THE PRO MOTION OF BETTER SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP AMONG MEMBERS INTERESTED IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF AGRICULTURE IN HAWAII AND ELSEWHERE ALPHA BETA FIRST ROW; RAYMOND HIGA TADASHI HIGAKI. JOHN JOHN- SON: SECOND ROW: KENNETH KATS ' J- YOSHI. KENNETH KAWAMURA. JOHN KUNISAKl. ERNEST OKAZAKI. MODESTO YANG. 110 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA FIRST ROW: HAROLD BITNER. PERCIVAL CHEC GEORGE HIGA, HER- BERT HORIUCHI. ROBERT IWAI. JOSEPH KAU: SECOND ROW: MORRIS KITAMURA. SEIJI NAYA. SHUNZO SAKAMAKI. EDWARD WHITE. Omicron Delta Kappa OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVER- SITY OF HAWAII IN 1955 SEEKS TO RECOGNIZE AND GATHER INTO ONE BODY MALE STUDENTS DEMONSTRATING EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP AND LEADERSHIP CAPAC ITIES. MEMBERSHIP IS CONSIDERED AS MUCH AN OBLIGATION AND RESPONSIBILITY AS IT IS A MARK OF HIGH ACHIEVEMENT AND HONOR EARLY THIS YEAR MEMBERS TOURED LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS TO ACQUAINT STUDENTS WITH THE UNIVERSITY. IN MAY. ODK SPONSORED THE ANNUAL AWARDS CONVOCATION OMICRON DELTA KAPPA PLEDGES KANE FERNANDEZ. ALFRED CHEE. CHARLES MARSHMAN. REGINALD YOUNG. HENRY IWASA. Sabre and Chain SABRE AND CHAIN IS AN HONORARY FRATERNITY COMPOSED OF JUNIOR AND SEN- IOR CLASS CADETS OF THE UNIVERSITY ARMY ROTC CORPS WHILE ITS PURPOSES ARE MANIFOLD. THE ORGANIZATION IS CHIEFLY DEVOTED TO PROMOTING CAMARADERIE AMONG ITS MEMBERS AND MAINTAINING A HIGH LEVEL OF ESPIRIT THROUGHOUT THE CORPS ITS FUNCTIONS KEYNOTE THE ATTEMPTS TO IMBUE AND PRESERVE THE PROUD MILITARY TRADITION AMONG THE FUTURE LEADERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY THE SOCIAL CALENDAR OF THE SABRE AND CHAIN BEGAN WITH THE SENIORS ' LUAU FOR THEIR FRIENDS AND GUESTS AT THE ROTC SUMMER CAMP AT FORT LEWIS, WASHINGTON BACK ON CAMPUS. THE FRATERNITY PROCEEDED WITH THE INITIATION PICNIC FOR THE JUNIOR CLASS CADETS DURING THE FIRST SEMESTER HIGHLIGHTING THE SECOND SEMESTER WAS THE SPONSORSHIP OF THE MILITARY BALL AT CLUB MALUHIA IN WAIKIKI A FESTIVE FINISH TO THE 1958 PAGE OF THE SABRE AND CHAIN SCRAPBOOK WAS WRITTEN WITH THE GALA GRADUATION BANQUET HONOR- ING THE SENIORS SOON TO JOIN THE RANKS OF THE COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY 112 SABRE AND CHAIN— FIRST ROW: PBlMO ACOBA. GEORGE ARAKAKI. RONALO AU . ALFRED CHEE. LAWRENCE CHUN RUDOLPH DISTAJO ALBERT ENDO, MILTON GOO; SECOND ROW: ROBIN GOO. HARRY GOYA, GEORGE HIGA. ' RAYMOND HIGA. ROY HOLCK. KEN IBARA. EDWIN IMAI. THOMAS ISHIDA: THIRD ROW: SAM ISHIMURA HERBERT IWAI ROBERT iWAI. BERNARD JACANG. BARRY JAY. HAIG K ALAUOK ALAN I . JOSEPH KAU. LEONARD rArDON LD LEE HUGH MATSUMURA. PATRICK MEDE.ROS. KELLET MIN. RICHARD MITSUMORI. GEORGE MIYAMOTO: FOURTH ROW: KENNETH M1YAIONO. HARRY MURAKAMI. EDWIN NAKAMOTO 0° ' ' ' -° ;»; »■ N1SH1 GEORGE NAKASATO. LIBERT NAKATSUKASA. CALVIN NEKONI5HI. DONALD NISHIDA. SAXON NISHIOKA. ERNEST 0?1IrNARDSA°tO. RAYMOND K. SATO. RAYMOND N. SATO. CHARLES SAWA: FIFTH ROW: BEN- JAMfNSHEU ROBERT SHIROMA. LAWRENCE SIU WALTER SOGA. DAVID STINE Ml. CHARLES TAKITA. itAREN E TOB TA EO OEM URA; SIXTH ROW: GORDON WONG. HENRY YAMANAKA. CHARLES YASUNAGA. ERIC YOKOTE. HOWARD YOUNG. LESLIE YOUNG. MAJOR DONALD SPROUL (ADVISOR). ir J 113 Arnold Air Society COMPOSED OF ALL ADVANCED AIR FORCE ROTC CADETS THE ARNOLD AIR SOCI- ETY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF IN CAMPUS AFFAIRS AND ENJOYED THE MOST ACTIVE YEAR IN ITS HISTORY A BAND CONCERT BY THE AIR FORCE BAND OF THE PACIFIC WAS SPONSORED BY THE SOCIETY ON HOMECOMING DAY. DECEMBER WITNESSED THE CROWNING OF MISS AFROTC AT THE AFROTC WING DANCE WHICH THE SOCIETY HELPED CO-SPONSOR MEMBERS DID OUTSTANDINGLY IN ALL INTRAMURAL SPORTS THIS SEASON SPE- CIAL EVENTS OF THE YEAR WERE THE INITIATION HELD IN THE CAFETERIA AND N EAR S END BANQUET. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY SEN lORS— FIRST ROW: HER- BERT HIRATA. RICHARD KAWASAKI CHARLES KOCHI. RONALD LAU. EDWIN MASUOKA, WALLACE MIKAMl: SECOND ROW: HERBERT NAKASONE. FREDERICK PANG. STANLEY TANAKA. CALVIN TAM. MILES TANIMOTO. RAYMOND TOKUDA: THIRD ROW: KENNETH UCH1DA. THOMAS USHIJIMA. MILTON VON. REUBEN WONG. HARRISON YONEDA. GENE Y05HINAGA; FOURTH ROW: CAPT. ALVIN DESILET ADVISOR. 114 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY JUNIORS FIRST ROW: HARRY ABE. ARLEtGH AMAI. GEORGE T. AOKI. GARY CHANG. FRANK FISHER. WALTER HOSO- KAWA. RICHARD ING. DONALD IWASAKI; THIRD ROW I CHRISTOPHER JAY. JAMES KIMURA. GEORGE KOHATSU. RICHARD KUMAISHI. RON- ALD KUWAHARA. RICHARD LEE: FOURTH ROW: RONALD MALINE. CHARLES MARSHMAN, JER- ROLD MCCOOL JOHN MCKINNEY. WILLIAM MORIOKA. SANFORD OGAWA: FIFTH ROW: STANLEY OSADA. CHARLES OTA. WESLEY PARK. DONALD SATO. DENNIS TSUI, KENNETH WATA- NABE; SIXTH ROW: VERNON WONG. LLOYD YAMADA. STANLEY YASUMOTO. EDMUND YEE. FRANKLIN YOUNG, REGINALD YOUNG. ARNOLD YUEN. 115 Phi Beta Kappa THE PHI BETA KAPPA SOCIETY WAS FOUNDED AT THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY IN 1776 WITH ITS PRIME OBJECTIVES BEING THE RECOGNITION AND ENCOURAGE- MENT OF SCHOLARSHIP FRIENDSHIP. AND CULTURAL INTERESTS THE ALPHA CHAPTER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII WAS FOUNDED IN 1952 DEDICATED TO THE SUPPORT OF LIBERAL EDUCATION PHI BETA KAPPA HAS CON- TINUED TO ENCOURAGE AND ASSIST THE SUPERIOR STUDENT DURING THE CURRENT YEAR. AN HONORS PROGRAM WAS GIVEN FOR UNDERGRADUATES. IN COOPERATION WITH PHI KAPPA PHI ANOTHER HONOR SOCIETY ON CAMPUS, AND FIVE BOOK AWARDS WERE PRESENTED TO STUDENTS WITH GOOD RECORDS IN A VARIETY OF SUBJECTS SEVERAL STIMULATING LECTURERS WERE BROUGHT BEFORE THE MEMBERSHIP THESE INCLUDED DR JOSHUA WHATMOUGH OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY AS WELL AS CAR- NEGIE VISITING PROFESSORS ROBERT KELLER. HERBERT FEIGL. AND OTTO KLINEBERG PHI BETA KAPPA FIRST ROW: SHELLEY MARK. MABEL LUM. MYRA OKAZAKI HELEN YAMADA. ANNELIESE MOORE, ALLAN SAUNDERS: SECOND ROW: LEE GLOVER, GERALOINE CHASE, CLARA JENSON, ELIZABETH CARR. KATHERINE WERY. MORRIS KITAMURA: THIRD ROW: BEN NORRIS, CLARENCE E. CLICK, ARTHUR L. KIRKPATRICK, DONALD C. MCGUIRE, NORMAN MELLER, DAN W. TUTTLE: FOURTH ROW: SHUNZO SAKA- MAKI, JOHN B. FERGUSON ALBERT J. BERNATOWICZ, JACOB ADLER, JOSEPH KAU, T. M. LIVESAY. 116 PHI KAPPA PHI FIRST ROW: HELEN TOPHAM, JOSEPH KAU BARBARA CHING. TOSH 1 KG SUEOKA, lONC RATH BURN. LEILA OKINO: SECOND ROW: WINIFRED WALSH. WILLARD WILSON. JOEL TRAPIDO. YUKUO UYEHARA. WANDA ELLIS: THIRD ROW; CHARLES BOUSLOG. ROBERT CLOPTON. WILFRED HOLMES. ARTHUR CHIU. Phi Kappa Phi PHI KAPPA PHI IS A NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC HONOR SOCIETY FOUNDED AT THE UNI- VERSITY OF MAINE IN 1897. BY MEN WHO SAW THE NEED FOR SUCH A SOCIETY BASED ON BROADER LINES THAN ANY THAT EXISTED THEN LATER CHAPTERS WERE FORMED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE AND THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE AND THESE CHAPTERS ARE NOW REPRESENTED BY THE THREE STARS ON THE ORGAN IZATIONS SEAL AT PRESENT THERE ARE FIFTY-SIX INSTITUTIONAL CHAPTERS THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII CHAPTER, WHICH IS THE FORTY-FIFTH. WAS ORGANIZED IN 1930 THE PRIME OBJECTIVE OF THIS ORGANIZATION OF HONOR STUDENTS FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS OF AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES IS TO EMPHASIZE SCHOLARSHIP AND CHARACTER AND TO STIMULATE MENTAL ACHIEVEMENT BY RECOGNITION THROUGH ELECTION TO MEMBERSHIP. 117 BARBARA CHING SHARON KIYAMA ALICE NAKAJI PATSY OTSUKI V KATHY SHIMABUKURO LEI SNIFFEN HELEN TANABE ESTELLE YOUNG MARGARET INOUYE ( ADVISOR} Hui Pookela SORORITIES TE CHIH SHEH FIRST ROW; AUDREY ANN CHAR. CYNTHIA CHAR. ELAINE CHING, MERNA CHING; SECOND ROW: WAI LING CHING. ROBERTA CHONG. BARBARA CHUN. ELAINE CHUN; THIRD ROW: SANDRA CHUN. ARLENE FUNG. LAUREEN HONG. CHRISTELLA KONG. EDWINA LAU. ROSE LEE JOYCE LEONG; FOURTH ROW; ELSIE LOO. EVELYN LUI. MYRNA LUM. PATRICIA LUM. BERNAOINE TOM, BRENDA TOM. AMY TONG-LAO: FIFTH ROW: ELAINE WONG. MARIAN YOUNG. RUBY YOUNG. A SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION TE CHIH SHEH SO. OR TY WAS ORGANIZED IN 1930 TO PROMOTE FRIENDSHIP AMONG UNIVERSITY WOMEN AND TO ENCOURAGE PARTICIPATION IN ASUH ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY THE ANNUAL FRESHMAN RUSH TEA, HELD AT THE CANNON CLUB, LAUNCHED THE FIRST OF THE SORORITY S ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR IN NOVEMBER. TE CHIH SHEH SPONSORED AN I NTER- FRATERN ITY-SORORITY PARTY IN WHICH EVERY SOCIAL ORGANIZA. TION ON CAMPUS PARTICIPATED DURING THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS, • TESH ' WENT CAROLING TO THE LEAHI AND KAPIOLANI HOSPITALS AND THE PALOLO CHINESE HOME TRADITIONAL PARTIES WITH PENG HUl AND TU CHIANG SHEH FRATERNITIES FOLLOWED AS THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR. MEMBERS REFLECT UPON THE TRADITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND-RAISING PROJECT-THE NARCISSUS CORONATION BALL, HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AT THE MONARCH ROOM OF THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL, TO ADD TO THE SUCCESS OF THE BALL. NEOPHYTE SANDRA CHUN WAS CROWNED NARCISSUS QUEEN OF 1958, " ACTIVE IN INTRAMURALS, TE CHIH SHEH WON THE CHAMPIONSHIP TITLES OF THREE MAJOR SPORTS SPONSORED BY THE WOMAN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AMONG THE SERVICE PROJECTS FOR THE YEAR WERE THE RED CROSS AND WUS DRIVES. USHERING FOR THEATER GROUP AND HONOLULU COMMUNITY THEATER. AND PARTICIPATING IN THE HOMECOMING, PAN PACIFIC AND NARCISSUS FESTIVALS. 119 HAVING BEEN REACTIVATED NINE YEARS AGO THE WAKABA KAI SORORITY SEEKS TO CREATE INTEREST AND AROUSE COOPERATION AMONG ITS MEMBERS IN ASUH AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE GOODWILL AMONG UNIVERSITY WOMEN AND TO PRESERVE AND PERPETUATE JAPANESE CULTURAL TRADITIONS AFTER THE INITIAL RUSH FUNCTIONS EARLY IN THE YEAR THESE ACTIVE YOUNG WOMEN PARTICIPATED IN THE HOMECOMING AND PAN-PACIFIC FESTIVITIES AND OTHER CAMPUS PROJECTS ENTERTAINED AT THE KUAKINI OLD PEOPLES HOME AT THANKS- GIVING AND SPONSORED A JAPANESE MOVIE THE SORORITY PRESENTED AN OUTSTAND- ING JAPANESE CULTURE SHOW IN MARCH COMMEMORATING GIRLS DAY HONORED THEIR MOTHERS ON MOTHER S DAY AND CLIMAXED THE YEAR WITH A GALA ALOHA BANQUET FOR THE GRADUATING MEMBERS. Wakaba Kai %,. WAKABA KAI FIRST ROW: BETSY FUJIMOTO. PAULINE ISHII. JANE IWATA. GERTRUDE KAIURA. JUNE KAWAGUCHI GRACE KINOSHITA; SECOND ROW: KAREN KOCHr. CAROL MASUOA. AMY MITO. AMY NAGANO. ELEANOR NA GATA. ENID TAGA: THIRD ROW; CAROLE TAJIMA, ASAHI TAKAKUWA. MARGARET TAO. 120 GAMMA CHI SIGMA FIRST ROW: CAROL AH VOU, ELEANOR AKIVAMA. CLAIRE BOWMAN: SECOND ROW: YVONNE CHAMBERLAIN. BEATRICE CHANG. LILA I. FUNAYAMA. LLOW1NA KAAPANA ROBERTA KNUDSEN. ANN LAI. ERMA LAI; THIRD ROW: ALETHEA LEE. LYNETTC LUM. TANYA MACHADO. FRANCES MATSUDA. ARLEAN MCPHERSON. LUVIMINDA VILLANUEVA. BILLIC JEAN WALKER- Gamma Chi Sigma A COSMOPOLITAN GROUP GAMMA CHI SIGMA SORORITY WAS ORGANIZED TO PROMOTE SCHOLARSHIP COMPANIONSHIP AND COOPERATION IN ALL STUDENT ACTIVITIES IN FULFILLMENT OF THESE PURPOSES THE SORORITY BUSIED ITSELF THROUGHOUT THE YEAR WITH NUMEROUS SOCIAL AND SERVICE PROJECTS THE YEAR BEGAN WITH THE CUSTOMARY RUSH FUNCTIONS WHICH THIS YEAR WERE UNDER THE SUPERVISION AND COORDINATION OF FIVE SORORITIES. GAMMA CHI SIGMA INCLUDED FRESHMAN WOMEN RECEIVING INVITATIONS ATTENDED A H AWAI I AN • ATTI RE TEA, AN INFORMAL PICNIC AND A LUNCHEON HELD AT THE REEF HOTEL PLEDGES THEN WENT THROUGH A HECTIC PERIOD OF INITIATION IN DECEMBER MEMBERS AND PLEDGES SPONSORED THEIR ANNUAL I NTER - SOROR I TY ■ FRATERNITY CHRISTMAS PARTY FIESTA IN FROST WHICH WAS HELD AT THE HAWAIIAN VILLAGE THE EVENT HELPED TO PROMOTE THE GOODWILL SPIRIT AMONG OTHER CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON THE UH THEATER GROUP RELIED UPON MEMBERS OF THE SORORITY TO USHER AT SEVERAL OF ITS PRODUCTIONS SORORITY SISTERS WERE ALSO SEEN FREQUENTLY AT COMMUNITY THEATER PLAYS USHERING CLIMAXING THIS EVENTFUL YEAR WAS THE IMPRESSIVE DINNER AND INSTALLATION CEREMONY AT WHICH SENIOR MEMBERS AND NEW OFFICERS WERE HONORED 121 KE ANUENUE FIRST ROW: CAROL AHANA. JANICE AHANA. JOY AHN GLORIA BERMUDEZ. JO-ANN CHING. PATRICIA HIU: SECOND ROW: JOYCE KA- MA1. AILEEN ISERI. PHYLLIS OPIOPIO. VALERIE LLOYD. LORENE PERRIN. ELAINE WONG; THIRD ROW: ANNIE WAI. Ke Anuenue KE ANUENUE. THE RAINBOW. ' WAS FIRST ESTABLISHED IN 1927 AS A SORORITY FOR GIRLS INTERESTED IN HAWAIIAN CULTURE. THE RAINBOW ANUENUE IS INTER- PRETED BY THE MEMBERS TO MEAN THE AMALGAMATION OF THE DIFFERENT INDIVIDUAL COLORS INTO A HARMONIOUS BLEND, THUS. THE RAINBOW SYMBOLIZES THE DIFFERENT RACES IN HAWAII AND KE ANUENUE SORORITY BEST DISPLAYS A COMING-TOGETHER OF MANY PEOPLES. THE PURPOSES OF THIS SORORITY ARE TO CREATE INTEREST AND COOPERATION IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES TO KNOW AND PRESERVE THE CULTURE OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLES AND TO CREATE GOOD WILL AMONG MEMBERS. THE SORORITY STRIVES TO ATTAIN ITS GOALS THROUGH MANY VARIED ACTIVITIES SOCIALS PICNICS SERVICE PROJECTS, AND PARTICI- PATION IN SCHOOL FESTIVALS LEND COLOR TO THE ORGANIZATION. KE ANUENUE SORORITY AND TU CHIANO SHEH FRATERNITY ENGAGE IN ICE-BREAKING ACTIVITIES AT THEIR FIRST SOCIAL. ' :li} ' ' } ii YANG CHUNG MUl NEOPHYTES WENDY LEE. ADELE THOM. ELIZABETH CHrNG. LILOREN CHUN. CAROL EANN LUM, EDWINA ALOIAU. CHRISTINE NAGAI CAROLEE CHTNG. Yang Chung Hut AS ONE OF THE OLDEST SORORITIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII YANG CHUNG HUI. WHICH WHEN TRANSLATED MEANS TOWARD THE MIDDLE PATH HAS PARTICIPATED IN ITS SHARE OF WORTHWHILE CAMPUS ACTIVITIES IN FULFILLMENT OF THE PURPOSES OF THE GROUP WHICH ARE TO COOPERATE WITH THE ASUH IMPROVE RELATIONS WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS, PROMOTE CHINESE CULTURE, AND TO RENDER SERVICE TO THE COM- MUNITY. IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ASUH SORORITY MEMBERS HELPED TO STIMULATE INTEREST IN ELECTIONS BY PINNING TAGS ON THOSE STUDENTS WHO HAD EXERCISED THEIR FRANCHISE THEY ALSO USHERED AT SEVERAL UHTG PRODUCTIONS. BESIDES HOLDING SOCIALS WITH OTHER CAMPUS CLUBS YANG CHUNG HUI TOOK PART IN MANY COMMUNITY FUNCTIONS BY USHERING AND MODELING. THE THIRD ANNUAL CULTURAL TEA HELD IN JANUARY. STRIVED TO PRESENT DIF FERENT ASPECTS OF CHINESE CULTURE THROUGH DISPLAYS AND DEMONSTRATIONS. DIANA CHEC LEONA LEC RUTH LEE LOTUS LEONG ilABEL LEONG EUNICE LIU A Av 1-:: := 1 % r ■ s S f i-d i , r i ■ PCT TONG PnrSCILLA TONG RAMONA TONG KAREN YEE v:cT: n!A young LOIS YUEN 123 jETA PI ZETA NEOPHYTES FRONT ROW: ANGELITA REYES. BESSIE TAALA. ARLENE CASTILLO. AURELlA VIERNES: SECOND ROW: SALLY GUILLERMO JOSEPH VENTURA. VIRGINIA DILAG. MARY BA.MORES. THE ZETA PI ZETA SORORITY WAS ORGANIZED THREE YEARS AGO FOR GIRLS INTER- ESTED IN FILIPINO CULTURE THIS SORORITY STRIVES TO BE OF SERVICE ' YO THE COMMUNITY AND TO CREATE INTEREST AND COOPERATION AMONG ITS MEMBERS IN STUDENT AND SERVICE ACTIVITIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AND TO HELP IN KNOWING PRESERVING AND PERPETUATING THE CULTURE OF THE FILIPINO RACE IN PURSUIT OF THEIR PURPOSES THEY HAVE PARTICIPATED IN MANY WORTHWHILE ACTIVITIES SUCH AS THE TOYS FOR TOTS DRIVE, CANCER DRIVE AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF GIFTS TO THE TERRITORIAL MENTAL HOSPITAL THEY WERE ALSO ACTIVE IN UNIVERSITY FUNCTIONS BY TAKING PART IN THE HOMECOMING AND PAN-PACIFIC FESTIVALS DURING THE COURSE OF THE YEAR THEY ALSO LEARNED AND SANG FILIPINO SONGS ON VARIOUS RADIO AND TV PROGRAMS- CONNIE BARCINA PERSEPHONE CALACAY ELIZABETH DOMINGO AUGUSTINA DUGAY 7.eta Pi Zeta CORA DULAY ROSEMARIE FEDOLIZO ARLENE MEND:? PRISCILLA MORALES fltSS ESTRELLA LUNA PROF. CLARENCE E. CLICK ADVISOR ADVISOR 124 PEGGY BCRRV BCTTV BLAKE BARBARA CTTER EDITH FRANK JACKIE FROST SHEILA HESSIAN LELA HUBBARD DARLENE LAMB JANE LOHR BETTY SPENCER LINDA 5TOFLE Phi Sigma Rho THE PHI SIGMA RHO SORORITY, SPONSORED BY DR. AND MRS DONALD MATTHEWS. ENGAGED ITSELF IN A MOST PRODUCTIVE YEAR. AFTER A RUSH TEA, A MUUMUU PARTY. AND A PICNIC AT WAIMANALO. THE EVENTS WERE CLIMAXED BY A PLEDGE DINNER HELD AT LAU YEE CHAI AN IMPRESSIVE CANDLE- LIGHT CEREMONY AT FORT KAMEHAMEHA WAS FOLLOWED BY A DINNER AND DANCE HONORING THE NEWEST ADDITIONS TO THE SORORITY AT THE CANNON CLUB IN FORT RUGER THE GIRLS WERE REPRESENTED WITH VARIOUS OTHER CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS AND WERE PARTICIPANTS IN MANY ACTIVITIES INVOLVING VOLUNTEER WORK AN ANNUAL EASTER EGG DYE WAS HELD AT KAILUA THE EGGS WERE DONATED AND COLORED BY THE GIRLS AND GIVEN TO AN ORPHANAGE BESIDES THE PROJECTS AND VOLUNTEER WORK DONE AT WAIMANO HOME THE SORORITY HELD MANY SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. PHI SIGMA RHO HEOPHYTES PAULINE DESILVA. YVONNE FRITSCHE. IWALANI CARPENTER. ESTERAE AKAU. NELLENE HOWE. BETTY WOODROW. ELIZABETH MARSHALL. CAROL BRYANT. SHARON BURNS. DONNA KANG CAROLOEAN KIM LYNNE SONYA KIM GARCIA KIM PATRICIA KIN oa% 3a Beta Beta Gamma STRIVING TO SECURE CLOSER RELATIONSHIPS AMONG WOMEN STUDENTS THE BETA BETA GAMMA SORORITY BEGAN ITS ANNUAL PROGRAM WITH A RUSH LUNCHEON IN NOVEMBER WHICH WAS HELD AT THE KOREAN CONSULATE THE PLEDGES WERE INI- TIATED DURING HAZING WEEK WHICH WAS CLIMAXED BY AN OVERNIGHT CAMP THE NEW MEMBERS WERE FORMALLY INSTALLED AT A BANQUET IN FEBRUARY. IN ATTEMPTS TO FULFILL THEIR OTHER PURPOSES OF PROMOTING KOREAN CUL- TURE. DEVELOPING A HIGHER MORAL AND MENTAL STANDARD THROUGH PERSONAL EFFORT AND PROMOTING THE ACTIVITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY, THE SORORITY ENJOYED A FUN-FILLED YEAR OF VARIED ACTIVITIES THEIR CROWDED CALENDAR OF EVENTS INCLUDED AN ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY. SOCIALS WITH CAMPUS CLUBS. SERVICE PROJECTS USHERING AND PARTICIPATING IN THE PAN-PACIFIC FESTIVITIES SOCIAL FUNCTIONS WERE SET ASIDE WHEN THE TIME CAME TO PLAN AND CARRY OUT MONEY- MAKING AND COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS THE YEAR ENDED WITH A SENIOR BANQUET. SALOME SHIN DR. ALBERT J. BERNATAWIC ADVISOR BETA BETA GAMMA NEOPHYTES DARYL JEAN AHN. DONNA KANO (CHAIRMAN), GAYLIN SUNG. GWEN HA. BARBARA LiM, BARBARA PARK. FRATERNITIES GERAUO SEN CHARLES MACHADO Alpha Sigma Nti 127 TU CHIANG SHEH FIRST ROW: MILTON GOO. ROBIN GOO. RODNEY HEE. BENJAMIN SHEU ERMAN SlU: SECOND ROW: STANLEY SIU. LESLIE YOUNG. Tu Chiang Sheh TU CHIANG SHEH FRATERNITY. OBSERVING ITS THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY AS A CAMPUS ORGANIZATION, ENJOYED A VERY SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL YEAR OF SOCIAL, SERVICE AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES. IN ITS PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES, THE FRATERNITY ENDEAVORED TO LIVE UP TO ITS NAME, WHICH TRANSLATED MEANS STRIVING FOR STRENGTH MENTALLY MORALLY AND SPIRITUALLY AND TO DEVELOP IN EACH MEMBER A RICHER, MORE MATURE OUTLOOK ON LIFE AND SOCIETY THE FRATERNITY PARTICIPATED IN THE UNIVERSITY ' S HOMECOMING AND PAN PACIFIC CELEBRATIONS, THE INTER-CLUB COUNCIL AND THE INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM, AND ENJOYED A PROGRAM OF VARIED SOCIAL ACTIVITIES WHICH INCLUDED THE TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS CAROLING AT THE PALOLO CHINESE HOME, SEMESTER-BREAK CAMP AND SOCIALS WITH TE CHIH SHEH, YANG CHUNG HUl AND KE ANUENUE SORORITIES AMONG TU CHIANGS PROJECTS WERE A KALUA PIG SALE. CHRISTMAS CARD SALE. CINNAMON BREAD SALE. A CHRISTMAS PROGRAM FOR THE UNIVERSITY CHINESE WOMEN ' S CLUB AND VOLUNTEER SERVICE FOR THE UH MUSIC CLUB SPONSORED DANCING WATERS ' PROGRAM. THE SENIOR BANQUET. SPONSORED BY THE ALUMNI CHAPTERS OF THE FRATERNITY. CLIMAXED THE YEAR S ACTIVITIES. 128 PHI DELTA SIGMA FRATERNITY WAS FOUNDED IN 1928 AS A SOCIAL ORGANIZATION WHICH IS OPEN TO UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII MEN THROUGH INVITATION THE FRATERNITY CONSISTS OF A CONGENIAL GROUP OF FELLOWS WHO POSSESS IN COMMON THE CHARAC- TERISTIC OF BEING A GOOD MIXER SINCE ITS FOUNDING THE FRATERNITY HAS DIS- TINGUISHED ITSELF IN THE REALM OF CAMPUS INTRAMURALS AND VARSITY ATHLETICS DURING THE FIRST SEMESTER THE FRATERNITY TRADITIONALLY CONCERNED ITSELF WITH PLEDGING AND INITIATION FUNCTIONS THROUGHOUT THE REMAINDER OF THE SCHOOL YEAR, PHI DELTA SIGMA PARTICIPATED IN SEVERAL CAMPUS SERVICE PROJECTS- CHOIR FUND DRIVE. UNITED NATIONS WEEK, AND THE AWARDS CONVOCATION FOR WHICH MEMBERS USHERED THE SOCIAL HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR WAS THE ANNUAL REUNION BANQUET WHICH HAS AS ITS AIM THE PROMOTION OF BROTHERHOOD IN THE FRATERNITY OLD ACQUAINT- ANCES WERE RENEWED AND NEW FRIENDSHIPS WERE FORMED WITH THE CLOSING OF THE SCHOOL YEAR Phi Delta Sigma PHI DELTA SrOMA FIRST ROW: FRED CROYDON. ERNEST FERNANDEZ. KANE FERNANDEZ. EUGENE GLEASON: SECOND ROW: GREGORY LEAR. TOM MERRILL. TOM PARESA. DAVE SHEPMARD. SPENCER SPRINGER. 129 PHI KAPPA PI A BROTHERHOOD WHOSE INTERESTS LIE IN PROMOTING KOREAN CULTURE N CAMPUS GOOD. WILL AMONG THE VARIOUS CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS AND FOSTERING :, LOSER AND MORE CONGENIAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE STUDENTS PARTICIPATED cNTHUSIASTICALLY IN NUMEROUS EVENTS AND PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR THE YEAR 1957.58 SAW PHI KAPPA PI PLUNGE HEADLONG INTO A VARIETY OF SOCIAL -ERVICE AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES ONE OF THE TOP SERVICE PROJECTS FOR THE UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY WAS THE FRATERNITY S PART IN PUBLICIZING THE NATIONAL DRIVE FOR RETARDED CHILDREN IN INTRAMURAL COMPETITION PHI KAPPA PI ATHLETIC TEAMS WERE NOTED FOR THEIR SPIRIT, AGGRESSIVENESS AND SPORTSMANSHIP THE SOCIAL HIGHLIGHT FOR THE ORGANIZATION WAS THE PLEDGE PARTY AT PUNALUU UNDER THE SHADOW OF THE CHINAMAN S HAT AND MOONLIT SKIES Phi Kappa Pi PHJ KAPPA PI FIRST ROW; MILTON CHANG : SECOND ROW: NORMAN CHANG. ROBERT CHEE. ANDREW CHUN. PAUL KONISHI, RONALD NAGANO VINCENT N15HIDA: THIRD ROW: FRANK OKIMOTO. EDWIN OTSUJI. MATTHEW PYUN. OWEN SAIKI. WALTER SUR. SAMUEL LEE (ADVlSORj. S ' y 130 HUI LOKAHI FIRST ROW: DON BOTELHO. ABNER DELIMA. NOLAN GEORGE. RICHARD HADAMA. LOUIE HAO. JERRY KARASAKI: SECOND ROW: KENNETH KITAGAWA. ROLAND LAANUI DONALD LEWIS. CHARLES MARSHMAN. KEN THOMAS. TOMMY WONG; THIRD ROW: LLOYD YAMADA. Hut Lokahi HUr LOKAHI FRATERNITY. FOUNDED ON APRIL 21. 1921. HAS THE DISTINCTION OF BEING THE OLDEST FRATERNITY ON CAMPUS, THROUGHOUT ITS EXISTENCE HUI LOKAHI HAS FOSTERED CLOSE FRATERNAL RELATIONSHIP. PROVIDED SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. AND PROMOTED REASONABLY HIGH SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS AMONG ITS BROTHERS THE HUI IS PROMINENT IN INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS DESPITE THE FACT THAT MANY OF ITS MEMBERS BELONG TO VARSITY SPORTS AND ARE INELIGIBLE FOR SOME INTRAMURAL TOURNAMENTS ACTIVITIES DURING THE PAST YEAR CONSISTED OF PARTICIPATION IN THE HOME- COMING AND PAN. PACIFIC CELEBRATIONS, INTER-FRATERN ITY-SOROR ITY SOCIALS, A CHRISTMAS PARTY. PLEDGING OF NEW MEMBERS AND THEIR INiTIATION AND A FORMAL DANCE WHICH CLIMAXED THE YEAR. 131 DAVID AU GORDON AU RICHARD CALLOWAY FRANK FORBES LBERT FUKUSHJMA ILTON GOO JOSEPH KAU KINGSTON LAU edo:e menor FRED PANG KENNETH SHIINOKI FRED YOUNG Alpha Phi Omega ORGANIZED DURING 1956 AND CHARTERED ON APRIL 15 1957 THE MU EPSILON CHAPTER OF ALPHA PHI OMEGA NATIONAL SERVICE FRATERNITY IS RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE YOUNGEST O N THE MANOA CAMPUS. DESPITE ITS RELATIVELY SHORT APPEARANCE ON THE UH CAMPUS THE FRATERNITY HAS ALREADY ESTABLISHED ITSELF AS ONE OF THE LEADING ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY IN THE FIELD OF SERVICE THE FRATERNITY CONTRIBUTED ITS AID TO THE HOME- COMING FESTIVITIES SPONSORED A PICKET-LINE ADVOCATING QUIET IN THE LIBRARY. TEAMED-UP WITH A SORORITY TO SING CAROLS AT LEAHI HOSPITAL AT CHRISTMAS AND PROVIDED MESSENGERS FOR THE UH S MODEL UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY THE FRATERNITY ALSO UNDERTOOK THE TASK OF MANNING THE COMMUNIST BLOC AT THE MODEL U.N. THE CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT OF THE GROUP WAS THE SPONSORSHIP OF THE FIRST UGLY MAN ON CAMPUS ' CONTEST, IN WHICH THE WINNER WAS DETERMINED BY STUDENT CHOICE AT A PENNY A VOTE THE Sill 89 COLLECTED WAS TURNED OVER TO THE WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE COMMITTEE TO BE USED TO PROVIDE RELIEF FOR WAR-TORN AND NEEDY UNIVERSITIES ALL OVER THE WORLD THE FRATERNITY ALSO ENJOYED SOCIALS WITH KE ANUENUE. WAKABA KAI AND TE CHIH SHEH SORORITIES AND CLIMAXED BOTH THE FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS WITH GALA BANQUETS ALPHA PHI OMEGA PLEDGES FIRST HOW; GEORGE HORIKl. SUEYOSHI TAKEUCHL. FRED ING. GEORGE KAWAGUCHI. RICHARD OKU- MURA; SECOND ROW: RUDOLPH VILLAMIL. VERNON KAJIWARA. ED UEMURA. ARNOLD YUEN. SANFORD PANG. rs a m. a 1 tui$ii . thou shdJr yep ihij moLith f u( HMi M4Vf CPMSipfCATHM 2 i2l£ UBRARy A i SIGMA LAMBDA FIRST ROW: ROBERT FUNES ROY INOUYE. ROY NAKARA. W30DROW WAKA5HIMA. GALEN NARIMATSU. RALPH OHARA; SECOND ROW; FRANKLIN TAMARABUCHI. CHARLES YASUNAGA. DR. RYOJI NAMBA (ADVISOR). ££ Sig na Lambda SIGMA LAMBDA WAS REACTIVATED IN 1950 AS A SOCIAL AND SERVICE ORGANIZA- TION DESIGNED TO PROMOTE A SPIRIT OF BROTHERHOOD AMONG ITS COSMOPOLITAN MEMBERS AS WELL A3 TO SERVE THE SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY IN WHATEVER WAY POSSIBLE. HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS YEARS ACTIVITIES WERE THE CHRISTMAS PARTY AND THE INITIATION CAMP WHERE THE PLEDGES WERE ACCEPTED INTO THE FRATERNITY. THE CAMPUS HEART FUND DRIVE RECEIVED ADDED IMPETUS UNDER THE SPONSORSHIP OF THE CLUB CAMPUS EVENTS WERE NOT NEGLECTED AND THE FRATERNITY OPERATED FOOD BOOTHS AT BOTH THE HOMECOMING AND PAN PACIFIC CELEBRATIONS IN THE WAY OF HOLIDAY SPIRIT, MEMBERS HELD A FESTIVE CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR ORPHANS CLIMAX- ING THE YEAR S ACTIVITIES WAS THE YEAR-END BANQUET HELD IN HONOR OF THE GRAD- UATING MEMBERS OF THE FRATERNITY I SIGMA LAMBDA PLEDGES FIRST ROW: DON CASTANEDA. CARY HANPOKA, RICHARD OKIHARA. HARRY PARK: SECOND ROW; ROBERT TSUMURA, EOWIN WADA JAMES KOMETANI. GEORGE SEICHI. THOMAS ISHI1. 133 ' y JL ' KAPPA EPSILON THETA PLEDGES FIRST BOW: LOWELL CHUNG. OSAMU TANABE. MELVIN NISHIHARA. DELFIN ADLAWAN. DENNIS STSON: SECOND ROW: MIKE MACHADO. DONALD CAINDEC. ROGER REMSES. RIZAL VILLA. BIENVENIDO REYES: THIRD ROW: TIMMY WONG EDDIE GAYAGAS. WILLIAM OLDS. WILLIAM DO I. CHARLES KAWAKAMI. CARL SO USA. Kappa Epsilon Theta e THE KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY IS A NON-RACIAL FRATERNITY WHICH WAS ESTAB- LISHED IN NOVEMBER 1937 BY SEVEN WORLD TRAVELLERS INTERESTED IN ESTABLISHING A SOCIAL FRATERNITY DEDICATED TO FELLOWSHIP AND BROTHERHOOD AMONG ITS MEMBERS OTHER GOALS OF THIS FRATERNITY ARE TO PERPETUATE IDEALS AND TRADI- TIONS THAT HAVE DEVELOPED THROUGHOUT THE UNIVERSITY S HISTORY AND STUDENTS LIVES. AND TO USE ITS INFLUENCE FOR THE BETTERMENT AND ADVANCEMENT OF ALL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS. PARTICULARLY FOR THE MEMBERS OF THIS FRATERNITY MEMBER- SHIP IN THIS ORGANIZATION IS EXTEN DED THROUGH INVITATION THE PLEDGES OF THIS FRATERNITY WERE SEEN ON CAMPUS DURING THE INITIATION RITES WHICH BEGAN THE MANY ACTIVITIES OF THE YEAR OTHER ACTIVITIES WERE SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PROJECTS. INTRAMURAL COMPETITION SEMESTER FORMAL DINNER BANQUETS AND MONEY-MAKING PROJECTS DURING HOMECOMING AND THE PAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL. KAPPA EPSILON THETA FIRST HOW: CROM- WELL CROWELL; SECOND ROW: VINCENTE DE LA CRUZ. FRED DELUZ. ALFRED FER- NANDEZ. KENNETH SERENO: THIRD ROW: HOWARD SILVA, DANIEL SISON. PHIL SORIANO. SHOJI YAMAUCHI. DAVID YUEN RAY YUEN. DR. MERLE ANSBERRY (AD- VISOR) . 134 E PENG HUl FIRST ROW: ARLEIGH AMAI. HAN CHING. CEORIC CHONG. LAWRENCE CHUN FREDERrCK LEE. HARVEY LEONG. WILLIAM LIU: SECOND ROW: ALVIN LUNG. HIRAM PANG. CALVIN TAM. DENNIS TSUI. GORDON WONG. REUBEN WONG: THIRD ROW: MELVYN YAP. ALLEN YOUNG. HOWARD YOUNG. KWAI SUN YOUNG. WILLIAM YOUNG: FOURT H ROW: JANN YUEN. Peng Hut PENG HUl FRATERNITY ORGANIZED IN 1929 FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTING FELLOW. SHIP. SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP ON THE UH CAMPUS, FOLLOWED ITS PRINCIPLES WITH PARTICIPATION IN THE UNIVERSITY 5 HOMECOMING AND PAN PACIFIC CELEBRATIONS. THE KA PALAPALA BEAUTY PAGEANT OF NATIONS. AND THE INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM. ON ITS SOCIAL AGENDA, THE FRATERNITY ENJOYED SOIREES WITH VARIOUS CAMPUS SORORITIES. HELD ITS ANNUAL SEMESTER-BREAK CAMP AT CAMP ERDMAN AND CLIMAXED THE YEAR WITH THE ANNUAL LUAU HONORING ITS GRADUATING SENIORS EACH YEAR THE FRATERNITY PRESENTS THE WAH KAU KONG AWARD TO THE OUT- STANDING UNIVERSITY SOPHOMORE IN MEMORY OF A FRATERNITY BROTHER KILLED IN ACTION DURING WORLD WAR II PENG HUl PLEDGES FIRST ROW: CLIFFORD YEE. ROGER CHUNG, MILTON VON. EUTON WONG; SECOND ROW: JOEL LEE. RANDALL KWOCK, MERVIN WEE. ALAN LING. 135 PROFESSIONAL GROUPS Tri-Alpba TRI-ALPHA FIRST ROW: KENNETH MIMURA. FREDERICK LUM: SECOND ROW: ROBERTA YUEN. RUTH CHANG. RYK BURGESS. MARILYN KAM. FRANCIS HO. RUDY LARUOSA. LAWRENCE SlU. OSAMU TANABE; THIRD ROW: WILENE WONG. ALFRED YOUNG. MEE LING NGAN. GERALD HANNA. KENNETH KINGREY (ADVISOR) SUZANNE TANIMOTO. LILY NAKAGAWA. ESTHER KIMURA. YOKO NISHIMURA. RONALD LEE. RICHARD YOUNG. STANLEY HAYASE; FOURTH ROW: SAMUEL KIM. JOHN HANNA. ALMA HIRATA. MELVIN CARIAGA. WALTER USHIRODA. CAROL EGE. 136 Hui Kahii Mai HUI KAHU MAI SOCIETY OF THOSE WHO CARE FOR THE SICKi IS THE CAMPUS NURSING CLUB. ORGANIZED IN 1953, THE CLUB FUNCTIONS AS A COORDINATING UNIT BETWEEN THE SCHOOL OF NURSING STUDENT BODY AND THE ASUH AND AIMS TO PROVIDE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING AND A STRONGER BOND AMONG THE OTHER PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS OF NURSING THROUGH ORGANIZATIONAL WORK, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES MEMBERSHIP IS OPENED TO ALL STUDENTS MATRICULATING IN THE NURSING PROGRAM AMONG THE SERVICE PROJECTS SPONSORED WERE A CHRISTMAS BASKET TO A NEEDY FAMILY, CAROLING AT HOSPITALS WHERE THE STUDENTS AFFILIATE, AND THE COM M UN ITY - W I DE TERRI- TORIAL HOSPITAL CLOTHES DRIVE. HUI KAHU MAI SENIORS FIRST ROW: MAY ARAKAKI. DORIS CARPER; SECOND ROW: HARRIET FUJ1MOTO. CLARA GOTO: THIRD ROW: PATSY HAYASHI JUDITH HOSHIDE. ELAINE KATEKARU. NANCY KIMURA. MILDRED KINOSHITA. LINDA LEE; FOURTH ROW: ALICE NAKAMURA. JEAN NAKAMURA, FRANCIS NISHIKAWA. LENORE NISHIKI. DORIS NOUCHI. PATSY OTSUKI: FIFTH ROW: MARTHA PETERSON. EDITH SAKAMOTO. SYLVIA SALVE. JEAN UYEDA. BILLIE JEAN WALKER. 137 Hui Kahti Mai ' — -•r-... %ro ' ,-? HUI KAHU MAI JUNIORS FIRST ROW: ELEANOR FUNAKOSHI. GLORIA CHING. FLORENCE ISHIGAKI. LORNA AOACHI, ANN NISHIOKA. LAURA BABCOCK. ROSALINE LUM; SECOND ROW: EMMALINA EN DO, RUTH HORIUCHI, LILLIAN SAKAI. JANE tWATA, TERR I SAB ADO. ELEANOR DE CRISTOFARO, HARRIET NAKAHARA; THIRD ROW: DOROTHY FURUNO, GAIL TAKANO KAWAKAMI. EVELYN HO, DORIS SUGIMOTO. HARRIET NEKOMOTO. MAUREEN HO HARRIET CHINEN. 138 HOI KAHU MAI SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW: ETHEL KUMAI. JANE IKEDA. ANNETTE WONG. MILDRED YAMAUCHI. JULIET INAMINE BARBARA JEAN LIM. MABEL KANE- SHIRO: SECOND ROW: CLARA TSUTSUMI. MARJORIE KIM, PATRICIA SAKAI. MARY SUDA. HELENE AKIYAMA. BEVERLY FUJIMOTO. JEAN LUM, JOYCE LEONG: THIRD ROW: JUDY OALIGDIG. GEEHOU GOO. SHIRLEY KOGA. PAULINE SUEYOSHI. MZRLE HIRA1 ELEANOR TAIRA. CAROL OKUMURA. MILDRED MATSUMOTO. V f ' . , flB i- y ' A- .: w-:.«;.% ,, SKtw r tii ■1i ' 1 .L...Jii 6l f%f M r m- iKr ««w l l MUl KAHU MAI FBESMMEN FIRST ROW: GEORGIANA YAP, ELAINE MAT SUMOTO. JUDITH KIVONAGA. GLADYS NG. ELAINE SHIMADA. LILLIAN NISHIDA. ELLEN HIGASHI- MARA: SECOND ROW: AMY AHITA, HELENE KATAOKA. JEAN CHUN. MILDRED YOSHIDA. LEATRICE FUJIOKA. VIOLET KAWAGUCHI. LEILANI HOSHIDE, ELLEN MARAOA; THIRD ROW: JEAN MIYAMASU. CAROLE MAE LUM ELLEN HAHA. FAY NAGAI. BRIAN YANO, JANE ISHIKI. JANE TSUDA. CAROLE YAMADA. 139 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FIRST ROW: PETER AU. ELIZABETH CHONG. KAREN MURATA, JAMES SATO, RALPH ICHIYAMA: SECOND ROW: FRANK CHANG. CHARLES KON. ALBERT NG. SALWYN CHINN WALTER WAT AN ABE. WALTER KAGAWA: THIRD ROW: SUNNY YOUNG. WALTER HOSOKAWA. DONALD IWASAKI. STANLEY YIM. HISASHI IMANAKA, RICHARD YOUNG. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FIRST ROW: HOWARD YOUNG. KAORU HIGAKI. THOMAS YAMAMOTO. ERENIO BELLO, HISASHI IMAWAKA JAMES FUJIOKA. LINFORO CHANG. CALVIN TAM. GEORGE W. Y. YIM; SECOND ROW: ANDREW CHANG. ALLAN OSAKI. SALWYN CHINN. FREDERICK S. W. LUM. DICK NAKAGAWA. HERBERT WON. PAUL MATSUO. RAYMOND LYAU: THIRD ROW: JAC, JULICH, GEORGE MIYASHIRO. FLORANTE DULAY. SHtZUO SHINTAKU. ROBERT SHIGEMURA. GERALD HIROKAWA. ALBERT H. H. NG. KENNETH KONG: FOURTH ROW: FRANK CHANG. REGINALD YOUNG. KWOCK CHEW TONG. T. K. CHUN, KENNETH WONG EUGENE SODETANI, CHARLES TAKITA. HOWARD MAU. HOWARD MIURA. KENNETH MIYAZONO. HERBERT TERADA. American Society of Civil Engineers THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS ENDED ITS SEVENTH YEAR OF RECOGNITION BY THE NATIONAL SOCIETY WITH A NOTEWORTHY RECORD OF ACCOM- PLISHMENTS BEHIND IT IN KEEPING WITH ITS PURPOSES OF ENCOURAG- ING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS, PROVIDING MEMBERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET ACQUAINTED, PROMOTING A SPIRIT OF CONGENIALITY, AND ARRANGING CONTACT WITH THE ENGINEERING PROFESSION, THE ORGANIZATION PARTICIPATED IN MANY CAMPUS ACTIVITIES AND SPONSORED A NUMBER OF EVENTS FOR ITS MEMBERS INCLUDED IN ITS CROWDED PROGRAM WERE FIELD TRIPS, TECHNICAL MOVIES, AND LECTURES BY PROMINENT ENGINEERS IN THE SOCIAL AREA. FUN AND FELLOWSHIP WAS HAD IN PICNICS. SOCIALS SPORTS. AND IN THE FIRST ANNUAL ENGINEERS BALL. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FIRST ROW: MORRIS AHAKAKI. FREDERICK LUM BERNARD JACANG. PATRICK HIRONAGA. HOWARD YOUNG: SECOND ROW: KENNETH ISARA. CHARLES TAKITA, HOWARD MAU. RAYMOND TOKUDA. KENNETH MIYAIONO. STANLEY TAKARA; THIRD ROW: STANLEY OOl HOWARD MIURA. GERALD HIROKAWA. RICHARD MITSUMORI. ROBERT SHIGEMURA. Commerce Club COMMERCE CLUB FIRST ROW: CAROL TAGA. EVELYN HIROTSU. IRENE CHANG. HELEN SHIGEMURA. JUNE SHIMIZU: SECOND ROW: RONALD LAU. GLEN MATSUMOTO. GERALD FUNASAKI. WALTER FUNA- SAKI: THtRD ROW: MAMORU 5AITO. CLARENCE SAITO. TOSHIAKI SHIMIZU. ALVIN CHANG. THE COMMERCE CLUB WAS ORANIZED IN 1922 TO PROMOTE INTEREST IN ECO- NOMICS AND BUSINESS AND TO FOSTER BETTER UNDERSTANDING AMONG STUDENTS IN THE ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS DEPARTMENTS THE CLUB S YEAR WAS SUCCESSFUL WITH A FULL PROGRAM OF SOCIAL ACTIV- ITIES AND SERVICE PROJECTS SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR WERE PICNICS. SOCIALS, SEMESTER BREAK CAMP FOOD BOOTHS FOR HOMECOMING AND PAN-PACIFIC FESTIVAL CAROLING AND A BOWLING LEAGUE THE CLUB ALSO WORKED ON SERV- ICE PROJECTS SUCH AS THE PUBLICATION OF THE OCCUPATIONAL DIRECTORY AND THE PRINTING AND DISTRIBUTION OF TABLE BLOTTERS THE COMMERCE CLUB ALSO PUBLISHED A MONTHLY NEWSPAPER INFORMING ITS MEMBERS OF THE CLUB ACTIV- ITIES THE YEAR WAS CLIMAXED BY THE ANNUAL YEAR-END BANQUET COMMERCE CLUB FIRST HOW: GEORGE SAKURAI MARILYN LOCHNER. BETTY KIMURA. ETHEL KIMURA. ETHEL YOOA. PAULETTE WONG. ELLEN TOGO. CHARLES HONG; SECOND ROW: JERRY DRENNAN. ME-VYN SHIHOMA. FRANKLIN CHUNG. WESLEY NG. RONALD M:GITA. ALVIN LUNG. LEONARD ROMANOW- SKI; THIRD HOW: RICHARD HOAG. RAYMOND HORITA. CEDHGE NAKASATO. KENNETH CHONG MILTON S. GOO. YUKIO OTA. NORMAN YAMAUCHI. RICHARD HUMPHREYS. AGGIE CLUB FIRST ROW: M. KAWAHARA. ALBERT ENDO, SAKUICHI NAKAMURA. NORMAN E. CRUZ. MODESTO YANG, KENNETH KAWAMURA. FREDERICK NONAKA: SECOND ROW: DAVID HAZAMA. JAMES H. SONOBE. HARRY H. YODA, ROY R. SATO, WILFRED YAMAMOTO. TADASHI HIGAKI. WILLIAM HOPE. THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHARACTER AND COMPETENT, AGGRESSIVE, RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL LEADERSHIP IS ONE OF THE PURPOSES OF THE AGGIE CLUB. THEIR MAIN OBJECTIVE IS. HOWEVER, TO BRING TOGETHER ALL STUDENTS IN AGRICULTURE AND TO INTEREST THEM IN MATTERS WHICH WOULD BE OF VALUE TO THEM IN THEIR WORK, THROUGH THE CLUB, MEMBERS ARE ABLE TO MAKE VALUABLE CONTACTS WITH PROMINENT LEADERS IN AGRICULTURE, FACULTY MEMBERS AND, MOST IMPOR- TANT. WITH OTHER STUDENTS WITH SIMILAR INTERESTS. THE YEARS ACTIVITIES WERE SET OFF WITH AN INITIATION PICNIC. INTRO- DUCING NEW MEMBERS TO THE CLUB S WAYS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR THE CLUB PROVIDED FOR THE INTELLECTUAL AND SOCIAL NEEDS OF ITS MEMBERS BY HAVING FIELD TRIPS AND SOCIALS WITH OTHER CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS. THE ' AGGIE ' BOYS WERE ALSO SEEN TAKING ACTIVE PART IN MANY OF THE UNIVERSITY SPON- SORED ACTIVITIES, THE YEAR, AS IT HAS BEEN FOR THE PREVIOUS YEARS, WAS CULMINATED WITH A BIG LUAU PREPARED AND PRESENTED BY THE MEMBERS THEMSELVES, Aggie Club 411 DR. JAMES KOSHI ADVISOR 143 Government fellowship ::«%% " 7upV.v.°:,c ' :. ' :«rK " os :r ' " ' • " " " " ' " ■ " " " " " ' ' ° ' ' ° " • " " " " " " - " " - " " " " " " ■ ' -° ' ' " " - -o»,.so.. H O Architectnre 144 CELEBRATING ITS ELEVENTH YEAR AS A CAMPUS ORGANIZATION MUSIC CLUB ENDEAVORED TO FOLLOW ITS PURPOSE OF CREATING A GREATER SPIRIT OF FELLOWSHIP AMONG MUSIC STUDENTS. ENCOURAGING GROWTH IN MUSICIANSHIP, AND ASSISTING IN FURTHERING MUSIC ON THE CAMPUS AND IN COMMUNITY LIFE ACTIVITIES THIS YEAR WERE DIRECTED TOWARD AIDING THE UNIVERSITY CHOIR IN COLLECTING DONATIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO FINANCE THE TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES FOR THE CHOIR CULTURAL TOUR OF JAPAN EARLY IN THE SCHOOL YEAR THE CLUB SPONSORED A DANCE FOR ITS MEMBERS AND GUESTS AND IN NOVEMBER THE ORGANIZATION INITIATED ITS NEWCOMERS AS PART OF THE INITIATION RITES THE NEOPHYTES WERE REQUIRED TO WASH THE WINDOWS OF THE MUSIC BUILDING WHILE DRESSED IN PAJAMAS CULMINATING THE INITIATION WAS THE INITIATION CAMP AT MOKULEIA THE CLUB SPONSORED A FOOD BOOTH DURING THE UNIVERSITY HOMECOMING CELE- BRATION, AND A YACHT TRIP FOR THE MEMBERS IN THE SECOND SEMESTER Music Club MUSIC CLUB FIRST ROW: FLAME DART. HEIDI GRAUMAN. AORIENNE MAU. JEANETTE MASMIMO, CAROL LUM. TAMMV SEXTON: SECOND ROW; ESTELLE YOUNG. ALMA OHTOMO. MARIAN TOMITA. LILA 1. FUNAYAMA. HARRIET KAWANO. CAROL OTSUKA LAURA MACFARLAND. PAT TOM; THIRD ROW: EDDIE MIRATA, ABE LAGONDINO. STEW MCKEAN. WILLIAM KANEDA. RICHARD OKUMURA. EARL KIMUR.-X. AL LAG A SO. DANNY KALEIKINI. ALVIN LUM. 145 WITH ITS MEMBERSHIP OF FUTURE HOME ECONOMISTS, THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB SEEKS TO DEVELOP INTEREST IN THE FIELD OF HOME ECONOMICS, TO GIVE INDIVID- UALS THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE ACTIVE IN HOME AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS AND TO FURTHER A CLOSER RELATIONSHIP BETWfEEN STUDENT AND FACULTY THE TRADITIONAL FRESHMAN WEEK BEGAN WITH A PICNIC HONORING THE -LITTLE " SISTERS. AND ENDED WITH AN IMPRESSIVE CANDLELIGHT CEREMONY TO INITIATE THE NEW MEMBERS, DURING UN WEEK, THE CLUB SPONSORED A TEA FOR ALL FOREIGN STU- DENTS ON CAMPUS. BUSINESS-EDUCATIONAL AND RACIAL-LUNCHEON MEETINGS, VARI- OUS MONEY-MAKING AND SERVICE PROJECTS DURING THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS, AND EASTER HOLIDAYS KEPT THE GIRLS VERY BUSY THEY ALSO TOOK PART IN THE HOME- COMING AND PAN-PACIFIC FESTIVITIES AND ENJOYED SOCIALS. PICNICS AND FIELD TRIPS WITH OTHER CLUBS THE YEAR S PROGRAM WAS CONCLUDED WITH THE ANNUAL ALOHA LUNCHEON HONORING THE SENIORS THE DANFORTHE FELLOWSHIP AND DOLE AWARD WINNERS. AND THE NEWLY. ELECTED OFFICERS. Home Economics Club HOME ECONOMICS CLUB FIRST ROW; ROSITA YOUNG. PAT DOl. ELSIE TANAKA. MARLENE OKAOA. ELAINE NITANl; SECOND ROW: CAROLEE CHING. LORRAINE YUEN. JO ANNE SUGIHARA. LORENE SAKAMOTO. GENEVIEVE LAM; THIRD HOW: LINDA LEONG. AUGUST- INA DUGAY, JOYCE KONO. JUNE TAKAHAMA. BESSIE TAALA. SHIRLEY KAM. 146 Teachers College Club STARTING WITH AN INITIATION PICNIC AT KAILUA MEMBERS OF TEACHERS COLLEGE CLUB SPONSORED AND PARTICIPATED IN ACTIV- ITIES WHICH INTEGRATED THE ORGAN IZATION S PURPOSE OF PROMOT- ING GOOD WILL UNDERSTANDING AND COOPERATION BETWEEN THE STUDENTS OF TC AND OTHER COLLEGES. AND ENCOURAGING THE MEM- BERS TO ACQUIRE A PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDE TOWARD THEIR CHOSEN VOCATION THE MOST NOTEWORTHY EVENT OF THE SCHOOL YEAR WAS THE SECOND ANNUAL FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CONFERENCE ' HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WERE INVITED TO COME AND EXPLORE THE FIELD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS OF THE TC FACULTY AND THE DPI GAVE SPEECHES AND LED DISCUSSION GROUPS AS A FOLLOW-UP TO THE CONFERENCE, TCC WAS ABLE TO CO-ORDINATE ALL FTA CLUBS ON OAHU FOR THE FIRST TIME ■FUN. ■ WHICH IS THE MIDDLE NAME OF THE TEACHERS COLLEGE CLUB. WAS EVIDENT AT THEIR OTHER ACTIVITIES SUCH AS THE SOCIALS. PICNICS. TEAS. INTRA-CLUB SPORTS, SWIMMING. TI-LEAF SLIDE, AN EVENT THAT SHOULD WARRANT SOME ATTENTION IS THE SEMESTER- BREAK CAMP WHERE MEMBERS WERE ABLE TO LET LOOSE ALL OF THE TENSION BUILT UP DURING THE FIRST SEMESTER TEACHERS COLLEGE CLUB FIRST ROW; KATHLEEN SAIKI. CAROLYN SAITO. SALLY NAGAHAMA, AMY KAIURA, KATHLEEN KAYA. FLORIA SANTO: SECOND ROW: JANICE GOO, MURIEL CHANG. MAY YAMADA, ELOtSE AIZAWA, ALICE KOBAYASHI. MAE KOMAOA. DORIS KOBAYASHI: THIRD ROW: EDWARD MORITA. BOW CHU LEONG, ELEANOR YAMAGATA AMY HARADA, SHIRLEY LOO, CAROLYN GALANG, FRANCES GOTO. IRIS SHIGENAGA: FOURTH ROW: ERNEST NOJI, ALBERT HICASHI, GEORGE IDEMOTO, DOUGLAS ARAKI, PETER WAKAYAMA, KENNETH OMURA. U 147 Sociology Club SOCIOLOGY CLUB FIRST ROW: MEI CHIH CMUNG. LEI SNIFFEN. MARTHA MATSUSAKA. MIRIAM OZAKI. ANN KAWAMOTO; SECOND ROW: MERRY MATSUMURO. SHIRLEY OKINO. JEANETTE MIWA SYLVIA LAU. BARBARA FUKUOKA. MARIAN OSHIRO: THIRD ROW: BEVERLY NOBORI. WARREN TOYAMA. RACHAEL ROBINSON. SYLVIA CHONG. LOIS TARAYESU. ELSIE HIRA5A. R. TERADA: FOURTH ROW: OARROW A10NA. WINCHELL LEE. HERBERT BOYD. GEORGE FUJIOKA GEORGE YAMASHITA. HARRY OKAMURA. GERALD SATO. 148 VIVIAN LANDRY ADVISOR MR. JOHN STORMONT ADVISOR Campus f-H Club BUSYING THEMSELVES WITH VARIOUS SERVICE AND SOCIAL PROJECTS IN ADDITION TO 4-H ACTIVITIES, THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII CAMPUS 4-H CLUB EN- JOYED A WELL-ROUNDED YEAR. A GET-TOGETHER WAS HELD AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SCHOOL TERM WITH THE OTHER CLUBS FROM THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE TO WELCOME INCOMING FRESHMEN AND TO MEET THE FACULTY MEMBERS A TWO- NIGHT CAMP WAS HELD DURING THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS, AND THE CLUB WENT CAROLING TO THE HOMES OF FACULTY MEMBERS DURING THE CHRISTMAS VACATION, A TOUR OF FOREMOST DAIRIES AND OAHU PRISON FOLLOWED BY A PICNIC WAS ENJOYED DUR NG THE SEMESTER BREAK THE CLUB ALSO ENTERTAINED THE INTER- NATIONAL FARM YOUTH EXCHANGE DELEGATES ON THEIR WAY TO THE MAINLAND FROM JAPAN, BURMA, FORMOSA AND THE PHILIPPINES CLIMAXING THE YEAR WAS A BANQUET TO INSTALL THE NEW OFFICERS AND HONOR THE GRADUATING MEMBERS CAMPUS 4-H CLUB FIRST ROW: JEAN KIDO. ROBERTA HO. BESSIE TALLA. GLADYS FUJIMORI. NELLIE LEE. MARLENE OKATA. LORETTA ADELINE SUEOKA: SECOND ROW: CAROLEE CHING. EDITH ODA. NORMA KASHINOKI. GENEVIEVE LAM. LORENE SAKAMOTO SHAR LENE ELEANOR MAEDO. AMY KAYAHARA. AUDREY lANE: THIRD ROW: SAKU NAKAMURA. TADOSHI HIGAK1. FRED NONAKA. ROY SATO JAMES HIYANE. DAVE HAZAMA. NONAKA. LUHAKO. KENNETH KAWAMURA. ■»- ' J T ' ' J ft. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB FIRST ROW: JOYCE UYEMA, JEAN DOI. SAYO NOMURA, CATHERINE WONG; SECOND ROW: JANET HIROZAWA. HELEN LABORADA, JEAN MIYAHIRA EUNICE CHANG, PATRICIA CHU: THIRD ROW: ELEANOR SAGARA. ANITA CHING. HANNIN CHUN, ELLEN MITSIU, THERESA BROWN. Psychology Club RELIGIOUS GROUPS a Hvv « • m s ■« aa viavwaFW NEWMAN CLUB FIRST ROW: MARJORIE CHING. HiLDRED KONG, BERNICE YUEN. VIOLET HO, LAURIE FELIX. ELOrSE UYEOA, NAOMI SAKlHARA. HEDY LUNA. ROSE MAE HAYASHI. MARY GOMES. SHANNON KUMASHIRO. JOYCE LEE; SECOND ROW: RUTH ARAKAKI. BARBARA SUGIHARA. MARY CARNS LORRAINE DUARTE. BLANCHE DENTON, CLEMENTINA SALAS, LUCIA GARALDE, DOLORES PLATEROS. QUEEN IE WONG. MARLENE SO ARES. PENNY SILVA. ELOISE AIZAWA. NANCY BAOUERING; THIRD ROW: JIM MARKEY. JOSEPH KAU. DR. JEAN CHARLOT. DAVID RAMARAI. LEONARD CHANG. BRIAN YANO, FRANCISCO ADA, JANOS V1RAG. DEXTER HINCKLEY. AUGUSTO MICHAEL. GEORGE GALLAGHER. Newman Club WITH ITS PURPOSE TO FOSTER THE SPIRITUAL, INTELLECTUAL AND SOCIAL INTERESTS OF CATHOLIC STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII THE NEW- MAN CLUB HAD A YEAR OF MANY VARIED ACTIVITIES- ITS EMPHASIS ON RELI- GIOUS ACTIVITIES WAS SHOWN BY SPONSORING A RETREAT EACH SEMESTER. FIRST FRIDAY MASSES AT THE CLUBHOUSE. COMMUNION SUNDAYS AND CAM- PUS ROSARY THE CLUBS EDUCATION COMMITTEE PROVIDED MEMBERS WITH INTELLEC- TUAL STIMULATION WITH SEMINAR COURSES ON MEDICAL ETHICS. PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION, AND DATING, COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE, CONDUCTED BY THE CLUB CHAPLAIN, FATHER DANIEL J DEVER, THE CLUB LIBRARY NEARLY DOU- BLED IN NUMBER OF VOLUMES BY THE END OF THE FIRST SEMESTER AS MEM- BERS AND FRIENDS DONATED ITEMS FROM DICTIONARIES TO DOPE SHEETS OF THE MANY OTHER CLUB ACTIVITIES. PERHAPS THE MOST SPECTACULAR AND CERTAINLY THE GREATEST UNDERTAKING OF ALL. WAS THE EIGHTH ANNUAL LUAU, STAGED TO PAY OFF THE DEBT ON THE YEAR OLD CLUBHOUSE MONTHS OF PLANNING AND WORK WENT INTO THIS MAJOR PROJECT WHICH PAID OFF BEYOND THEIR E.XPECTATIONS CAMP WITH ITS INFORMAL INITIATION, HIGHLIGHTED BY THE WET ' RETALIATION ON THE INITIATORS BY THE NEWLY INITIATED, WAS A MEMORABLE EVENT, THE SOLEMN INITIATION CEREMONY SOON AFTER UNDERLINED THE MEANING OF BEING A NEWMANITE WITH AN INTEREST IN THE UNIVERSITY. THE NEWMAN CLUB PARTICI- PATED ACTIVELY IN THE CAMPUS HOMECOMING, PAN PAC. MODEL UN. INTRA- MURALS. AND ICC SONGFEST. AS PART OF THEIR SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY MEMBERS DESIGNED AND PUT UP A CHRISTMAS DISPLAY AT THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY AND WENT CHRISTMAS CAROLING. 151 WESLEYANS INSPECT THE NEW STUDENT CENTER. THE WESLEY FOUNDATION. SERVING THE METHODIST STUDENTS ON THE CAMPUS HAS BEEN VERY ACTIVE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR DOING NUMEROUS SERVICE PROJECTS, HOLDING SOCIAL FUNCTIONS, AND PARTICIPATING IN ALL MAJOR UNIVERSITY-SPONSORED ACTIVITIES AMONG THE VARIOUS WEEKLY ACTIVITIES INCLUDED WORSHIP SERVICE ON WEDNESDAYS AND A DINNER ON FRIDAYS EACH WAS FOLLOWED BY A PROGRAM OF SPEAKERS, A PANEL DISCUSSION OR BUZZ GROUPS THE BIGGEST PROJECT OF THE CLUB IS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR SENDING DELEGATES TO THE ANNUAL WESTERN REGIONAL STUDENTS LEADERSHIP TRAIN- ING CONFERENCE HELD AT LAKE TAHOE IN NEVADA THIS YEAR MARKED THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW STUDENT CENTER WHICH WILL INCLUDE A CHAPEL AND ROOMS FOR STUDY DINING AND RECREATION REV. ROBERT P, MCCULLAGH DIRECTOR WESLEY FOUNDATION FIRST ROW: WINCHELL LEE. CALVIN ONOGI. HENRY GINOZA. ALICE MORITSUGU. MARY NAKAMURA. PEARL KAM BETTY YOSHIMURA. ROSE NAKATA. VIOLET YUEN; SECOND RQV ; STANLEY SHIN. DAVID RUNG. DAVID ARAKAKI. BETSY UYEHARA. STELLA YOUNG. JESSIE TAKUSHt. ROBERTA YUEN. JEAN MIHATA. JAMES OKUBO; THIRD ROW; THOMAS VELEZ. ARNOLD SEIJI. LAWRENCE OMURA HERBERT NAKASONE. CLARENCE MORIMOTO. FREDERICK SANJUME. JANE FUNAKOSHI. JOHN KELLEY. REV. R. MCCULLAGH. Wesley Fontidation FOUNDATION WITHIN A FOUNDATION. IT " S YOUR MOVE. THE REALIZATION OF A LONG-SOUGHT GOAL: A NEW WESLEY FOUNDATION CENTER. 153 RAINBCW YOUNG BUDDHIST ASSOC f ATI ON FIRST ROW: JANE OGI. JEAN NISHIZAWA. JEAN HIRAMOTO TAKAYO TOTTORI. JUDITH MURAKAMI. JEANNE HARA: SECOND ROW: MAILE OKA. ELLEN TOGO. MARJORIE MAN KI. LOUISE NISHII. SHIRLEY SAKODA. JUDITH MARUO. ROY KOKUZO. THOMAS OKANO; THIRD ROW: HESTER KOSAYASHI, WINONA UMEHARA. RAYMOND HOR!TA. WILFRED MORIKAWA. ALBERT AOKI. STANLEY AONO. Rainbow YBA RAINBOW YOUNG BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: VIOLET HIDA. THELMA TOBARA. KATHLEEN FURUTA. ELSIE UYEOA. UNIDENTIFIED. SALLY MATAYOSHI, LORETTA NONAKA. GLADYS FUJIMORI. NELLIE FUCHIGAMI: SECOND ROW: RODNEY ARAKAKI. STANLEY HAYASE. KENNETH ANDO. HER- MAN SHIRAISHI. ROY SATO. MARY ANN IWATANI. ELSIE TANAKA, ALTHEA FUKUSHIMA. JEAN FUJIKAWA. COLIN MORIKAWA; THIRD ROW: RICHARD IMAINO STANLEY HIROSE. RONALD TOYAMA. EDWARD UEMURA. HUGH MATSUMURA. RICHARD HIRAI SHUJI SAKATA. ROBERT MATSUMURA. ISAMU YAMAMOTO. FRED NONAKA. ALBERT FUKUSHIMA. % ' K JSi. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION FIRST ROW: EVELYN H1ROSMIGE. KAZUE NISHIMURA. JEAN MIYAHIRA. IRENE HARADA. MAY SHIBAO. HILDA KAGAWA. HILDA YEE: SECOND ROW: HARRIET MIYAHIRA. CHERRY YOSHIOKA GRACE WAKAYAMA. AMELIA YASUTAKE. CAROLE NOHARA. ELS A ZUKA. LEATRICE HANA- KAWA: THIRD ROW: JEAN HARUKI, KAZUKO KAMEOKA, NANCY HIROKANE. VALERIE AHANA. DAYLE UYEHARA. OOETTA KEALALEO. JOYCE HIGUCHI. MAILE WATANABE. J. HARRIS (COUNSELOR): FOURTH ROW: LOIS MORINAKA. AGNES OHTA WANDA WATARl. JUNE DOI. VICKIE ISHlDA. MARY ANN GEE; FIFTH ROW: DONALD INAFUKU. GEORGE ARASHIRO. MORRIS KEMOTO. RICHARD YOGINUMA. MIKIE IZUKA. DAVID TAOGOSHI. KAZUO AGENE: SIXTH ROW: YOSHI- HARA IROSHIMA. RALPH HONJO. DEN OUCHI, KIKUO HARADA. ROY TAKETA. GARY ARIZALA. SHOICHI TAMURA. Baptist Student Union Canterbury Club CANTERBURY CLUB FIRST ROW: BARBARA TAKAHASHI. AUDREY AHANA. ELIZABETH WAKIDA. CAROLEE TANAKA. NAOMI HIRATA, CAROL CHANG. HELEN MATSUSAKA: SECOND ROW; MARY MATSUMOTO, AMY YAMASHITA. MIRIAM OZAKI LOIS CHONG. ANN KAWAMOTO. MARIAN HO. PATRICIA EGUCHI: THIRD ROW: BARBARA SUZUKI, ERNEST NAKANISHI, CHARLES OUMI. ROY DOI. RICHARD MATSUWAKA. HARVEY KODAMA, HOWARTH MATSU- YAMA. ROY MURAKAMI. LESLIE MURAKAMI, MOLL IE TONG. A WORLD-WIDE FELLOWSHIP OF MEN AND BOYS UNITED BY A COMMON LOYALTY TO JESUS CHRIST FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEVELOPING CHRISTIAN PERSONALITY AND BUILD ING A CHRISTIAN SOCIETY IS THE YOUNG MEN S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION THE ATHERTON BRANCH YMCA MAINTAINS A PROGRAM OF A WIDE RANGE OF EXPERI- ENCES TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF THE COLLEGE STUDENT TO MATURE EMOTIONALLY INTELLECTUALLY. SOCIALLY. AND SPIRITUALLY ITS CONCERNS CARRY OVER FROM THE LOCAL AND INDIVIDUAL LEVEL TO NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SCOPE THIS YEAR, THE BRANCH SENT DELEGATES TO THE ISLAND OF MAUI ON AN ANNUAL VISIT TO INTERPRET THE WORK OF THE Y PROMOTE HIGHER EDUCATION, AND SPREAD THE WORD OF THE GOSPEL FOUR MEMBERS WERE ALSO SENT TO THE ANNUAL ASILOMAR CONFER- ENCE AT PACIFIC GROVE. CALIFORNIA DURING THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS ACTIVELY INTERESTED IN CAMPUS AFFAIRS, THE ATHERTON BRANCH YMCA SPON- SORED THE WINNING CANDIDATE FOR THE HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES. CONDUCTED WOR- SHIP AND INFORMATION SESSIONS. AND ENTERED THE ICC SONGFEST HOWEVER ITS MOST IMPORTANT ROLE IS IN PLANNING THE ANNUAL FROSH ORIENTATION CONFER- ENCE AT CAMP ERDMAN WITH UH YWCA UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ASUH YOUNG MEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: RICHARD M. KUGA. DAVID RAMARUI, MICHAEL NAKAMURA. RICHARD MIZUTA. JAYNE KUWATA (HONORARY MEMBER) MARINO JOSHUA, LINFORD CHANG. AUGUSTO MICHAL. TOSIWO NAKAVAMA. TIPNE PHILLIPO; SECOND ROW: JANOS VIRAG- BIRASH JOASH. MILTON SAKAMOTO ROY KANEKO. GEORGE H. MIYAMOTO. KWAl SUN YOUNG. LAWRENCE MOW. RICHARD HOAG. BETHWEL HENRY. GODWIN TANG; THIRD ROW: SICTUS BEROON. JIM AKIMOTO. PEDRO PESCADOR. SANFORO KOMATSU. MILES ARAKAKI. DONALD KIDA. WAYNE UCHIMA FRANCISCO C. ADA. SAM N. GILTA- MAG. NORMAN CHANG. JOSE BULATAO, JR. YMCA 156 YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FIRST HOW: MILDRED INOUYE. JUDITH KIYONAGA, NANCY ANN KAGIHARA. SUZANNE TANIMOTO GRETCHEN GOO. JOYCE MITO, MASAKO NADA, DORIS FUCHIKAMI. SHARON KIYAMA; SECOND ROW: WELLA LUl. MAVIS ASARI. CAROLINE OKAOA. ETHEL FUJIOKA. ELEANOR YAMAGATA. SOHNY KANG. CAROLE HAYASHl. DIANE NISH1KAWA. ARLENE HEE. GRACYNE KAGIHARA: THIRD ROW: FRANCES YANO. NANCY ABE. EVA MIYAHIRA. ETHEL IWASAKI. CHRISTINE NOZAWA, JANE NOSE, ELLEN UEMURA. BETTY YONEMORI. EDITH TANAKA. LEIKO MATSUDA. YWCA (JH Christian Fellowship CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP FIRST ROW: MARTHA UYEOA. PEGGY JANE TANAKA. GLORIA CHING. CAROLINE NAKAMURA. EIKO SAKUMOTO. RUBY OGASAWARA: SECOND ROW: JOYCE HIGUCHI. SHIRLEY SARAE RUTH SHIDA. JEAN TANAKA. PATSY AU, K. YOUNG. ANITA GOO; THIRD ROW: FRANKLIN CHUNG, WARREN LOW, ROBERT SHIOSAK1. MELVIN HEE. WARREN TOYAMA, IAN CHAPMAN. 1 57 W STUDENT RESIDENCES Hui Haumana HUI O HAUMANA FIRST ROW: DONALD KUNIMITSU. LAWRENCE MIKl. Y05HI0 MATSUI. RICHARD KADO. ROY YAMACHIKA EARL AOKI; SECOND ROW: RICHARD HONDA. ROY KOMOTO, STANLEY ICHIOKA. LESLIE YAMANAKA. LARRY YAMADA. SAM MATSUO. LARRY MIYASATO: THIRD HOW: GERALD MACHIDA. TSUNEO KAWABATA, MAURICE FUJIMOTO. TETSU1CH1 MITSUDA. JAMES KASHIWAMURA. FRED ARAK) TED MATSUO. MELVIN TOKUNAGA, ' v d«b 158 FREAR HALL FIRST ROW: LAURA MACFARLAND, NANCY ABE. CLEMENTINA SALAS. JANICE JOHNSON. CAROLYN KATO, MILDRED KARIMOTO. PATRICIA YONEDA. ELLEN MUHAOKA; SECOND ROW: SHIRLEY ANN UEOKA. JEANNE HARA. JUDITH MARUO. SHIRLEY NORTHCUTT, KAY UEOKA LORNA AHN. EDITH KASAHARA. HELEN MORINAKA. FAY NAGAI. SHIRLEY NAKAMOTO. ELLEN HARA: THIRD ROW; LORRAINE DUARTE. YASUE EBESUGAWA. KATHLEEN DELANEY. JACQUELINE SHI BAT A NORA UYEMATSU. ETHEL OTAKI. ESTHER SHIMI2U. PATSY TOMITA NAOMI HAVAKAWA, RUTH TORII. GLADYS NONAKA. Frear Hall ACCOMMODATING 144 COEDS. MARY DILLINGHAM FREAR HALL PROVIDES SPACIOUS ROOM AND LUXURIOUS COMFORT FOR GIRLS CONGREGATING TOGETHER CHIEFLY FROM THE OUTER ISLANDS BUT ALSO FROM THE MAINLAND AND SEVERAL ASIATIC AND PACIFIC COUNTRIES THE DORMITORY S DESIGN. CONSISTING OF UNITS OF SIX ROOMS AND A LOUNGE ALLOWS THE GIRLS BETTER OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME ACQUAINTED WITH EACH OTHER AN EXECUTIVE BODY LEADS THE GROUP AND SCHEDULES SOCIAL, ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC EVENTS FOR THE GIRLS A CHRISTMAS DANCE AND THE SPRING FORMAL SOME ENCHANTED EVENING ' HIGHLIGHTED THE YEAR S ACTIVITIES SOCIALS WITH OTHER DORMS. THE SABRE AND CHAIN BOYS. AND OTHER CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS KEPT THE FREARITES IN A SOCIAL WHIRL OF ACTIVITIES. INTER- MINGLED WITH DAYS SPENT SUNNING IN WAIKIKI. THE GIRLS ALSO FOUND TIME TO PARTICIPATE IN INTRAMURAL SPORTS AND SPONSOR LECTURES FEATURING VARIOUS PROFESSORS AND GUESTS DURING THE SECOND SEMESTER. STUDENTS HEARD ELLA WISWELL RUSSIAN INSTRUCTOR. REPORT ON HER TRIP TO RUSSIA AND JOHN STALKER OF THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT DISCUSS HOW UNIVERSITY STUDENTS COULD IMPROVE FOREIGN RELATIONS FREAR HALL PARTICIPATED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE PAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL THIS YEAR BY SPONSORING A FOOD BOOTH WHICH SOLD HOT DOGS AND SODA. INTRA- DORM COMPETITION FOR THE MOST ATTRACTIVE PICTURE WINDOW DESIGN DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON AND STUDYI NG FOR EXAMS KEPT THE GIRLS ON THEIR TOES. 159 Hale Laulima ONE OF THE TWO WOMEN S RESIDENCES ON THE UH CAMPUS IS HUl O HALE LAULIMA SPEAR-HEADED BY GRACE WAKUMOTO THE ORGANIZATION AIMS TO PROVIDE CLOSE FELLOWSHIP AMONG THE 27 GIRLS COMING FROM MAUI KAUAI. HAWAII AND LANAI THE SOCIAL COMMITTEE PLANS THE VARIOUS ACTIVITIES TO BE UNDERTAKEN. A JOINT INITIATION WITH ATHERTON HOUSE STARTED THE YEAR OFF SUCCESSFULLY THE SERIES OF TALKS BY PEOPLE ON CAMPUS WAS CLIMAXED WITH A BRUNCH AT A WAIKIKI HOTEL DURING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER LATER THEY JOINED VOICES WITH THE DEPUTATION TEAM TO GO CAROLING. THE FACULTY DINNERS HELD EVERY MONTH WITH EVENINGS OF GETTING ACQUAINTED AND ENTERTAINMENT BY THE GIRLS WERE ENJOYED BY ALL HOUSE MEETINGS WERE HELD EVERY MONTH ON THE FIRST MONDAY w JeA A il ii HALE LAULIMA FIRST ROW: ADELE FERNANOCS. ANNE FUJIMOTO, JANET IKEMORI: SECOND ROW: PATRICIA ISHIBASHI. WINIFRED ISHN KAWA. KAY KANESHIRO; THIRD ROW: MYRNA KANESHIRO HATSUMI KANSAKO. ANNA MAMIYA; FOURTH ROW: MIK1E MASAKI. JANE MASUOKA. GRACE MATSUEDA, MARIE MATSUKAOO. JUDITH MISAWA. CAROL MIYASATO: FIFTH ROW: AMY MURANAKA. ROSALINE NIIBU. KATHERINE NISHIYAMA, ELAINE OMOTO. LILLIAN SAKANE. ELAINE TAGaWA; SIXTH ROW: JUNE TAKAKI. SUSANNE TANIMOTO. GRACE WAKUMOTO; SEVENTH ROW: MILDRED YAMAKI JOAN YAMAMOTO. THELMA YAMASHIRO. V -r SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS Alpha Omicron ALPHA OMICRON TAALA. AURELIA LUCrA GARALDE; FIRST ROW: JOSEPHINE VENTURA, PERSEPHONE CALAYCAY MILDRED SERRA. BARBARA BULATAO. MARY BALMORES, BESSIE VIERNES; SECOND ROW: ARLENE CASTILLO, ROSEMARIE FEDALIZO, CONCIETA BARCINA, ANGELITA REYES. ELIZABETH DOMINGO. THIRD ROW: ALFRED DAGUIO. MELVIN CARIGA. ARELINO BARENG. PRISCILLA MORALES. SALLY CUILLERMO. International Students Association INTERNATIONAL ST UDENTS ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: ELIZABETH DIRIGIE. MAISIE PHOON. MARCIA CHANG. PERSEPHONE CALAYCAY. CRISTINA TOMAS. SAYO NOMURA. CATHERINE WONG; SECOND ROW: MAY CHOYE. MASU DYER CHIEKO TACHIHATA. YASUE EBESUGAWA. ISBEL PINGUL. ERNESTO LABUEN. FLORENTINO BARTOLOME. MODESTO GABORNO; THIRD ROW: PETER HO. AUELINO BARENG. JOHN KIM. KINGSTON LAU. MODESTO YANG. MAURICE LEE. TOKUYA FUJINO: FOURTH ROW: JOHN YEE. T. K. CHUN. STEPHEN WONG. YOICHI ARAL AKIO INOUE. HERBERT K:r.1URA YASATILEKA ELIKEWELA. Ul CHUL REE. RECENTLY ORGANIZED. THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION IS A SOCIAL. EDUCATIONAL AND SERVICE CLUB COMPOSED OF LOCAL AND FOREIGN STUDENTS. BY BRINGING BOTH ELEMENTS OF THE CAMPUS POPULACE TOGETHER ON A COMMON BASIS OF FRIENDSHIP FOREIGN STUDENTS WERE PARTICULARLY BENEFITED BY THE GROUPS PROGRAM OF DISCUSSIONS FOR THE EXCHANGE OF IDEAS PICNICS AND DANCES TO ENCOURAGE THE EXTENSION OF ACQUAINTANCES, AND PRIVATE TUTORING BY A VOL- UNTEER GROUP FOR THOSE WITH LANGUAGE DIFFICULTIES IN RETURN THE MEMBERS OF LOCAL ORIGIN HAD MANY OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN THE CULTURE OF COUNTRIES SUCH AS AUSTRALIA AUSTRIA. CANADA, HONG KONG. INDIA. JAPAN KOREA. THE PHILIPPINES SAIPAN THAILAND. THE MARSHALL ISLANDS AND THE CAROLINE ISLANDS. MRS. SUMIE McCADE WAS ADVISOR TO THE GROUP 162 r Heper Club ' t K .. x v 4. HEPER CLUB FIRST ROW: ROSE LEE. GRACE KANETAKE. BEATRICE KANETAKE; SECOND ROW: JOHN NAKAMURA. JAMES KASHIWAMURA. EDWARDO MENOR. ROY OKUNAMI: THIRD ROW: HERBERT YASUHARA TETSUO URATANI. RICHARD MACHIDA. CHARLES IKEHARA. Hut O Hilo HUl O HILO RICHARD K. IMAINO. RICHARD HIRAI. STANLEY HIROSE. YASU20 ONUMA. RICHARD SUBIAGA. Army Drill Team THIS YEAR BROUGHT ANOTHER FIRST TO THE ARMY ROTC DRILL TEAM UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF CADET MAJOR DONALD E D. LEE. THE ARMY DRILL TEAM CLUB WAS FORMED. THE MAJOR FUNCTIONS OF THIS ORGANIZATION ARE TO PROVIDE THE DRILL TEAM WITH A VOICE FOR ITS ACTIVITIES AND A SOCIAL OUTLET FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE MEMBERS AN EXCLUSIVE ORGANIZATION, IT ALLOWS ONLY ACTIVE DRILL TEAM CADETS TO BE MEMBERS OF THE CLUB. IT PROVIDES THE DRILL TEAM SPONSOR WITH HONORARY MEMBERSHIP AMONG THE ACTIVITIES PARTICIPATED IN DURING THE YEAR WERE A CAKE SALE A PERFORMANCE AT TC. A PERFORMANCE ON PAN-PACIFIC DAY. HALF TIME EXHIBI- TIONS AT FOOTBALL GAMES AND PRECISION DRILL FOR VIP S VISITING THE UNIVER- SITY OF HAWAII ARMY ROTC DEPARTMENT. DRILL TEAM CLUB FIRST ROW: RICHARD NAGANO. GERALD SILVA. ROBERT WOODARD. DONALD LEE. MELVIN CHINCN. ROBERT NAKAMURA. CLAUDE H. KANEMORI. STANLEY K. OKUHOTO. THOMAS KATSUYOSHI. MYLES NAKATSU, KENNETH TSUJIOKA. LESTER KODAMA; SECOND ROW: ALBERT JEREMIAH. LYFORD CHONG, JOHN FLORKS. DUNCAN LUM, KENNETH IBOSHI. PADILUA SANTOS, ALVIN KORT, OWEN SAIKI. ROBERT WATANABE, BURTON LEE, NORMAN ING, BERT LUM; THIRD ROW: EDWARD DOTY. GORDON TANG. ANDRES CALLEJO. EDMUND LUM, WALTER KAGAWA, MAURICE FUJIMOTO, STANLEY SHIN, RICHARD BOHNER, OELWIN ITO, WILLIS NAKAOKA. PAUL HIRAOKA RICHARD YOUNG. 164 COLLEGE MICHAEL MAGAZINE CLUB FIRST ROW; ROSALIE TATSUGUCH1. REGINA OUGGAN. HAROLD WRIGHT; SECOND ROW: HULING. TUCK SUN SIU, RON FELLOWS. THOMAS BASS. College Magazine Oriental Literary Society ORIENTAL LITERATURE SOCIETY FIRST ROW: ALYCE KAWAZOE. M VRNA YAMAMOTO. MAZIE PHOON DIRIGIE. MASU DYER, CHIEKO TACHIHATA. SHIRLEY CARROLL: SECOND ROW: GEORGE CUMMINGS. YUKUO UVCHARA (ADVISOR). CAROLE EGE. KENNETH SAGAWA. HAROLD V. WRIGHT. YOSHIKO SINOTO. HARRY NEECE; THIRD ROW: EDWIN VAMAUCHI. YOSHIKAZU FUJIYOSHI. LEROY BRYANT. KENT DIAMOND. SAM KITAMURA. 165 University of Hawaii Aliiniiii ■ " " lllff!! ' " ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF GOVERNORS FIRST ROW: ANITA K. MOEPONO ' 39: THEODORE NOBRIGA. ' 32; O. A. BUSHNELL. ' 3A: VERNON M. NUNOKAWA. -41: AH JOOK KU. -33: SECOND ROW: DANIEL K. INOUYE. -SO: SAMUEL I. H. CHANG. " S?: SAKAE TAKAHASHI. ' Al: NORMAN CHUNG. ■39: DANIEL K. AINOA -27; HUNG WO CHING. -33; THEODORE 5EARLE. ■26. THE PRIMARY REASON FOR THE EXISTENCE OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION IS TO SERVE THE UNIVERSITY THE MEANS BY WHICH ASSISTANCE IS OFFERED THE UNIVER- SITY ARE MANY AND FREQUENT AND IF. IN THE COURSE OF SERVING THE UNIVERSITY THE ASSOCIATION CAN ALSO SERVE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OR STUDENTS ON THE CAMPUS. IT IS HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO DO THESE ADDITIONAL TASKS BECAUSE OF THEIR NATURE AND BECAUSE OF AN UNWORLDLY SORT OF MODESTY ON THE PART OF THE OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION THESE SERVICES USUALLY DO NOT RECEIVE THE ATTENTION OF PUBLICITY AND REMAIN UNKNOWN THEY INCLUDE AT PRESENT, SCHOLARSHIPS AND GIFTS A PROGRAM OF MEDICAL DENTAL AND LEGAL AID TO NEEDY STUDENTS ALUMNI, FACULTY AND STAFF: SUBSIDIZING TUTORS FOR STUDENTS IN NEED OF SCHOLASTIC HELP DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF LISTS OF THE UNIVERSITY S GRADUATES COUNSELLING AND ASSISTANCE IN JOB-PLACEMENT YEOMAN S WORK IN ASSISTING THE UNIVERSITY CHOIR OBTAIN FUNDS FOR ITS TRIP TO JAPAN AND FUTILE ATTEMPTS TO COMMUNICATE WITH STUDENTS AND ALUMNI BY MEANS OF PUBLICATIONS WHICH APPARENTLY REMAIN UNREAD BY THE PEOPLE TO WHOM THEY ARE ADDRESSED. 166 ATHLETICS ALVIN C. SAAKE BASKETBAUU HERBERT MINN TOKU TANAKA BASEBALL MOSES OME TRACK HENRY VASCONCELLOS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FOOTBALL COACH SOICHI SAKAMOTO SWIMMING 171 F O O T A L L 172 O f oic OM aciA , at 0 ta ee . . . 173 i y . f f m % - t A ROUSING START AND A FEEBLE FINISH MARKED THE 1957 GRID SEASON FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RAINBOWS UNDER COACH HENRY VASCONCELLOS AFTER THE OPENING SETBACK TO UTAH STATE AT LOGAN THE BOWS GRABBED FOUR STRAIGHT VICTORIES ON THE STRENGTH OF A BLISTERING PASS OFFENSE FEATURING CO-CAPTAINS DON BOTELHO AND COLIN CHOCK THE OFFENSIVE ATTACK HIT A SNAG IN THE FINAL FOUR BALL GAMES. AND THE BOWS SPUTTERED FOR ONLY THREE TOUCHDOWNS TO END THE SEASON WITH A DIS- APPOINTING 4-4-1 RECORD DESPITE THE MIDDLING-SO MARK POLLED BY THE TEAM. THE MANOANS DISPLAYED FLASHES OF BRILLIANCE. ESPECIALLY ON THE LINE WITH DAN IZUKA SAM FOSTER BEN RIVERA AND ROLAND LAANUI SHINING UP FRONT NOLAN GEORGE AND BEN HOLO- KAI TOPPED ALL THE BALL CARRIERS IN RUSHING- » ' THE RAINBOWS ON THE OFFENSIVE: A TOUCHDOWN IN THE MAKING. THE RAINBOWS ON THE DEFENSIVE: NOLAN GEORGE INTERCEPTS A LEWIS AND CLARK AERIAL AND SCAMPERS a2-YAROS TO SCORE NOLAN GEORGE TOP RUSHER FOR THE -BOWS. Football Scoreboard 1937 UH 12 40 UTAH STATE LEWIS AND CLARK HUMBOLDT STATE WILLIAMETTE PEARL HARBOR NAVY HAWAII MARINES HAWAIIAN RAMS FRESNO STATE SAN JOSE STATE (4-4-1) COLIN CHOCK DONALD BOTELHO KAYO CHUNG SUS TANAKA JIMMY ASATO 177 A COACH IN ACTION 1957 TRAVELING SQUAD: FIRST ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT) LOU SILVA. ED TAKAKATA. MARRY HANCHETT. NOLAN GEORGE. KEN KITAGAWA. ARCHIE 1WANAGA. DON BOTELHO AND TED KAAWALAUOLE. SECOND ROW: LES AKEO, TALBOT GEORGE. DAN I2UKA. HAL KAWASAKI. BEN RIVERA. STAN ODA SAM FOSTER. COLIN CHOCK AND CLARENCE NIHEI. STANDING: COACH HANK VflSCONCELLOS- KAYO CHUNG. HENRY PANG. ABNER DELIMA. ROY MATSUO. BEN HOLOKAI. GLENN DERR. ROLAND LAANUI. AY LETT WALLWORK. HENRY GEORGE. BILL TAM AND SUS TANAKA. f ' f zv sf si r UH-Utah State A CASE OF JITTERS AND A GUY CALLED BOB WINTERS SPOILED THE DEBUT OF A THREE-GAME INVASION BY THE TOURING UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RAINBOWS. WINTERS. ONE OF THE NATION S TOP PASSERS. RIDDLED A POROUS HAWAIIAN PASS DEFENSE FOR FOUR TOUCHDOWNS TO LEAD UTAH STATE TO A 26-12 DECISION OVER A COLD RAINBOW ELEVEN. THE PASSING COMBO OF BOTELHO TO CHOCK SHOCKED THE UTES ON THE FIRST PLAY OF SCRIMMAGE AS THE CO-CAPTAINS CLICKED ON A 64 YARD PASS PLAY TO SET UP THE BOWS FIRST TOUCHDOWN IN LESS THAN A MINUTE. WINTERS AND COMPANY THEN STARTED TO BUILD UP AN INSURMOUNTABLE LEAD A RASH OF EARLY INJURIES REQUIRED COACH VASCONCELLOS TO GO WITH A MAKESHIFT BACKFIELD. I?: L W . . STANLEY ODA SAM FOSTER OAN IZUKA riAINBOW BACKFIELD SWINGS INTO ACTION AT LOGAN. UTAH. •LIL NOLAN GEORGE THE RAINBOWS 140 POUND SCATBACK TOOK CHARGE OF A SLUGGISH UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII FOOTBALL TEAM HELD SCORELESS BY UNDERDOG LEWIS AND CLARK AT THE HALF BY LEADING UH TO A ROUSING RALLY AND A 40-6 VIC- TORY OVER THE MAINLANDERS ON THEIR HOME FIELD GEORGE. A SOPHOMORE SENSATION WHO AVERAGED 77 PER CARRY LAST FALL, SCORED THREE TfMES ON RUNS OF 20. SEVEN AND 74 YARDS TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE L-C COLLAPSE BROTHERS TALBOT AND HENRY. BEN HOLOKAI AND CONVERTED FULLBACK BILL TAM RIPPED HUGE CHUNKS OF YARDAGE TO ALSO PACE WHAT PROVED TO BE THE UNIVER- SITY S TOP OFFENSIVE SHOW OF THE SEASON. THE BOWS RUSHED AND PASSED FOR 458 YARDS. BUT 13 PENALTIES KEPT THE GAME FROM TURNING INTO A ROUT UP FRONT THE BIG BOYS WERE DAN IZUKA. BEN RIVERA AND LOUIS SILVA UH-Leti ' is and Clark • L C OUARTIRBACK MCDANIKL IS A STRANGER IN PARADISE AS TEN BOWS (COUNT EM) MOVE IN FOR THE KILL. ISO ROLAND LAANUI JAKE KAUHANE HENRY PANG KEN KITAGAWA - % BEN HOLOKAt GOT OFF SOME MIGHTY LONG RUNS. 181 JJH-Hmnbolcit State A SPIRITED HAWAII ELEVEN ENDED THE STATESIDE TRIP BY HANDILY WHIPPING HUMBOLDT STATE 26-0 BEFORE 5 OOO AT EUREKA CALIFORNIA HELD IN CHECK DURING THE FIRST HALF THE BOWS BROKE LOOSE FOR THREE TOUCHDOWNS AFTER INTERMISSION. SENIOR CO-CAPTAIN DON BOTELHO PLAYED THE FINEST GAME OF HIS COLLEGE CAREER IN LEADING THE VICTORY OVER THE LUMBERJACKS BOTELHO THREW TWO TD PASSES AND INTER- CEPTED TWO IMPORTANT HUMBOLDT AERIALS BEN HOLOKAI WITH HIS 81 YARD TOUCHDOWN RUN AND SAM FOSTER AT CENTER WERE THE OTHER INDIVIDUAL STARS SOMETHING WAS MISSING IN THAT PRACTICE AT ARCATA. c;.TC : w s we a fifth man in t f, backfield pen t :e -itvjs 133 S v T ALBOT GEORGE 1W - » JL. i iM HENRY GEORGE GEORGE NAUKANA ' UIL NOLAN ON A RECEIVING END OF A FLARE PASS. JULES CAMBRA LESTER AKEO PLAYING THEIR FIRST GAME ON LOCAL SOIL AFTER A THREE GAME INVASION OF THE MAINLAND. THE RAINBOWS ROMPED TO AN EASY 27-0 VICTORY OVER THE WILLAMETTE BEARCATS BEFORE 1 3 OOO AT THE HONOLULU STADIUM QUARTERBACK DON BOTELHO HIT SENIOR COCAPTAIN COLIN CHOCK FOR SCORING PASSES OF 27 AND 92 YARDS AS THE WILLAMETTE LINE PROVED SURPRISINGLY TOUGH NEWCOMER GEORGE NAUKANA, AN OUTSTANDING JC TRANSFER FROM BOISE AND LOCAL PREP STAR SCORED HIS FIRST TOUCHDOWN AS AN END. TALBOT GEORGE S SENSA. TIONAL RUNNING AND THE RUGGED LINE PLAY OF DAN IZUKA LES AKEO AND ROLAND LAANUI ABETTED THE OTHER STERLING PERFORMANCES. . . JJH -Willamette m ROY MATSUO HAL KAWASAKI BIG GEORGE MOVES l ON A BEARCAT. 185 k . GEORGE MEDEIROS AYLETT WALLW3RK KEN THOMAS GLENN DERR UH-Navy Th;E RAINBOWS RUNG UP THEIR FOURTH STRAIGHT VICTORY OF THE YOUNG SEASON BY SCORING THREE TOUCHDOWNS IN THE FIRST HALF TO COAST TO A LACKADAISICAL 26-7 TRIUMPH OVER THE HAWAIIAN NAVY, TALBOT GEORGE BEGAN THE OFFENSIVE SHOW WITH A WHIRLING 48 YARD TOUCHDOWN RUN QUARTERBACK DON BOTELHO THEN CONNECTED FOR THREE TOUCHDOWN PASSES-TWO TO NOLAN GEORGE AND THE OTHER TO GEORGE NAUKANA-TO WIN INDIVIDUAL HONORS FOR THE GAME SPUDS ' THREE TD PASSES GAVE HIM EIGHT IN THE LAST THREE GAMES THE VICTORY WAS A TEAM EFFORT, HOWEVER AS THE MOBILE RAINBOW LINE LED BY LES AKEO DAN IZUKA AND NAUKANA WAS TOO MUCH FOR THE SAILORS, QUARTERBACK DON BOTELHO ON A BOOTLEG PLAY, ' V 1 B:LL PETERSON walte:? larsen TED KAAWAL UDLE ED TAKAHATA UH-Marhies ITS STILL A YOUNG TRADITION BUT IT HAS BEEN SAID THAT UH-MARINE BALL GAMES NEVER DECIDE WHICH TEAM IS THE BETTER OF THE TWO. FOLLOWERS OF BOTH TEAMS ONCE AGAIN CHIMED, WAITLL NEXT YEAR, BUDDY! AS THE BOWS AND MARINES BATTLED TO A 7-7 DRAW BEFORE 12,000 FANS AT THE HONOLULU STADIUM, A BIG BREAK-A 29 YARD BAD PASS FROM CENTER ON A FOURTH DOWN AND PUNT SITUATION-GAVE THE MARINES AN EARLY 7-0 LEAD A BRUISING MARINE LINE WHICH AVERAGED OVER 210 POUNDS PER MAN THROTTLED THE COLLEGIANS FOR THREE QUAR- TERS. IN THE LAST PERIOD THE RAINBOWS PUT TOGETHER THE GAME S ONLY SUSTAINED DRIVE. A 75-YARDER. TO NARROWLY AVERT A DEFEAT. TALBOT GEORGE HIS SHOULDER PINNED BY AN INJURY. CAME OFF THE BENCH TO REPLACE INJURED DON BOTELHO TO CAP THE IMPORTANT DRIVE WITH A THIRD AND GOAL KEEPER PLAY, BOTELHO RETURNED TO BOOT THE EXTRA POINT TO GAIN THE TIE UINE PLAV WAS A SHINING FEATURE THIS SEASON. RUGGED LINE DID ITS BEST. BUT NO TOUCHDOWNS. UH-RAMS IN ONE OF THE MOST UPSETTING UPSETS OF THE UH GRID SEASON. THE HAWAIIAN RAMS SLIPPED PAST THE UNIVERSITY 7-6 TO CINCH THE SENIOR LEAGUE TITLE SPOTTED AS TWO-TOUCHDOWN UNDERDOGS. THE RAMS DREW FIRST BLOOD AND HUNG ON GRIMLY TO DEFEAT THE RAINBOWS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THREE YEARS. A GOOD CROWD OF 9.000 FANS EXPECTING THE COLLEGIANS TO BREAK LOOSE ANY MOMENT, SAW THEM FRUSTRATED AT EVERY TURN BY A RAM LINE ANCHORED BY MANY FORMER UH GREATS HAROLD HAN, FORMER SOUTHERN CAL FULLBACK. BULLED HIS WAY 29 YARDS FOR A SCORE IN THE OPENING MINUTES OF THE GAME. ART TAMBURIS CONVERSION PROVED TO BE THE DIFFERENCE. THE MANOANS FINALLY PUSHED ACROSS A SCORE IN THE THIRD PERIOD AS FRESHMAN BEN HOLOKAI TALLIED FROM SEVEN YARDS OUT. A BELATED RALLY SPARKED BY FOUR COMPLETIONS BY QUARTERBACK DON BOTELHO FIZZLED ON THE RAM 18 WITH A CRUCIAL FUMBLE. VE CAN ' T BELIEVE THE SCORE EITHER, FELLASI 188 THE 1957 HOMECOMING GAME WITH THE FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS PROVED TO BE A MEMORABLE AFFAIR-MEMORABLE IN THAT IT MARKED THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1951 THAT THE RAINBOWS FAILED TO SCORE MORE THAN ONE TOUCHDOWN IN THREE CONSECUTIVE GAMES. LED BY POWERFUL DEAN PHILPOTT THE BULLDOGS SMASHED THEIR WAY TO A 31-8 VICTORY AND WERE AIDED BY NINE UH FUMBLES BILL WAYTE S SS-YARD TOUCHDOWN JAUNT ON THE OPENING KICK-OFF GAVE INDICATION OF THE THINGS TO COME, AND FOR A WHILE THE RAINBOWS LOOKED LIKE A GOOD BET TO OVERCOME THE EARLY DEFICIT AS THEY SCORED ON A SAFETY ONLY EIGHT PLAYS LATER HOWEVER. THE MAINLANDERS TALLIED 25 MORE POINTS BEFORE THE BOWS COULD MUSTER A SCORING OFFENSIVE. WITHOUT A FUMBLE LATE IN THE FOURTH PERIOD UH-Fresno State THINGS DON-T LOOK SO GOOD. THE BULLDOGS MISS ON A CONVERSION ATTEMPT. THE 1957 SEASON ENDED ON A DISMAL NOTE- MUD AND A SHUTOUT-AS THE VISITING SAN JOSE STATE SPARTANS SLOSHED TO AN IMPORTANT 12-0 VICTORY OVER AN IMPOTENT RAINBOW ELEVEN. A SHRINE GAME CROWD OF 9.000, LOWEST IN MANY SEASONS BECAUSE OF A RAINSTORM WATCHED THE STATESIDERS METHODICALLY POUND THE BOWS INTO THE SOGGY TURF. THE SLIPPERY FOOTING PLAYED HAVOC TO AN ALREADY INEFFECTIVE UH OFFENSIVE ATTACK THAT PRODUCED ONLY THREE TOUCHDOWNS IN THREE GAMES. SAN JOSE. SPEARHEADED BY HARVEL POLLARD. AL CHAPMAN AND DICK VERMEIL, COUPLED A GREAT RUNNING OFFENSE WITH A SURPRISING PASSING GAME TO DOMINATE PLAY THE FIRED-UP SPARTANS. STILL SMARTING FROM THE 20-0 PASTING LAST FALL ALSO WON THE BALL- GAME FOR THE ADMINISTRATION BACK HOME WHICH WAS UNDER FIRE BY THE ALUMNI. KEY INTERCEPTIONS AND LOST FUMBLES STOPPED EVERY HAWAII OFFENSIVE THRUST END COLIN CHOCK. TACKLE ROLAND LAANUI, GUARD BILL TAM AND QUARTERBACK DON BOTELHO CLOSED THEIR UNIVERSITY CAREERS IN THE 27TH ANNUAL SHRINE BENEFIT GAME CLARENCE NIHEI DON BOTELHO UH-San Jose State •so WHERE ' S THE BALL ALREADY? BEN RIVERA DAMP. MUD AND 12-0. •HERE GOES NOTHING " SAVS NOLAN. CLARENE OKtMURA HEOY LUNA VIRGINIA PARILL.A MERNA CHING AMY TONG-LAO CAMILLE VARVA GEORGIANN ROLU ' 192 PEP SQUAD FRED KAWAHARA GERALDINE HOU KAY CAPE PAMELA GAYNOR 193 COLLEGIATE ALL-STAR LINE-UP: JIMMY PHILLIPS. ROLAND LAANUI ILLIAM TAM, CHARLES BRUECKMAN. DAN CURRIE LOU MICHAELS. AND COLIN CHOCK. Hiila Bowl Game THREE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII GRiDDERS WERE HONORED AT THE CLIMAX OF THE REGULAR FOOTBALL SEASON WITH INVITATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE HULA BOWL GRID CLASSIC ALONG WITH SOME OF THE NATION S TOP COL- LEGIATE AND PROFESSIONAL PIGSKIN STARS. THUS SENIORS COLIN CHOCK, ROLAND LAANUI, AND WILLIAM TAM ENDED THEIR COLLEGIATE FOOTBALL CAREERS AS TEAMMATES TO ALL-AMERICANS JIMMMY PHILLIPS ' AU- BURN ' . ROY HORD iDUKEi, JIM GIBBONS AND ALEX KARRAS (IOWA), LOU MICHAELS ' KENTUCKY!, WALT KOWALCZYK (MICHIGAN STATE ' , BILL KRISHER AND CLENDON THOMAS I OKLAHOMA ' AND JOHN CROW ' TEXAS ASM ' ON THE COLLEGE ALL-STAR TEAM THE HAWAII ALL-STARS, HOWEVER, MADE UP OF THE OUTSTANDING PLAYERS OF THE UN I VERSITY-ARMED FORCES FOOTBALL CONFERENCE AND THE NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE, PROVED TO HAVE TOO MUCH FINESSE AND POISE OFFENSIVELY AND A TENACIOUS, PRESSING DEFENSE AND ROLLED TO A CONVINCING 53-34 VICTORY OVER THE COLLEGIANS PACING THE HAWAII STARS WIN WERE TOBIN ROTE AND FRANK GIFFORD ' DETROIT LIONS ' , ELROY HIRSH ' LOS ANGELES RAMS ' , KYLE ROTE ' NEW YORK GIANTS ' AND JOE PERRY AND R C OWENS ' SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS ' THE DEFENSIVE UNIT FOLLOWS THE PLAY CLOSELY. 194 THE HULA BOWL: FOOTBALL AT ITS BEST. COLLEGIANS DON HOLLEDER (74). DAN CURR:E ( 60 I . BILL TAM (82) AND ROLAND LAANUI (91) MOVE IN TO MAKE THE TACKLE. Oa, 0 , 0(€ " T ciMOci ta cctwxff 196 A S E ¥ A L L 197 1957 BASKETBALL SOU AD TEAM MANAGERS WDOO!?OW KIN05HITA AND ROYDEN OKUNAMI. FIRST ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): DAN DALTON ED GAYAGAS. HENRY KIM. BOB FUNES. HERB YASUHARA. RALPH ICMIYAMA. AND ARTHUR YOUNG. SECOND ROW: DICK KERSTON. RON MEOEIROS. MORTON ACHI. KANE FERNANDEZ. MERVYN CHANG. LOUIS HAO AND COACH ALVIN SAAKE. •57 Basketball Season Hawaii 07 Coast Guard 34 Hawaii 54 Utah 82 Hawaii .54 Ford Island 47 Hawaii 38 Idaho State 77 Hawaii 57 Naval Station 65 Hawaii 53 Idaho State 85 Hawaii 9.5 CincPac 46 Hawaii 73 Coast Guard 56 Hawaii 61 Marines 83 Hawaii 63 Naval Station 68 Hawaii 65 Special Troops 78 Hawaii 93 CincPac 56 Hawaii 64 35th Infantry 57 Hawaii 80 Division Armor 58 Hawaii 51 35th Infantr 73 Hawaii 75 35th Infantry 65 Hawaii 50 I H Alumni 62 Hawaii 67 Ford Island 56 Hawaii 54 Itah 66 1 " on 9. Hawaii Lost 1 1 1 67 Special Troops 86 LOUIS HAO: CAPTAIN. TOP SCORER AND TEAM MAN. 198 BUSINESS BEFORE PLEASURE. EVEN WHEN DEDICATING A NEW GYMNASIUM. New Gym, New Team 1 A f. RETURNING AFTER A THREE-YEAR AB SENCE, DR. ALVIN SAAKE INHERITED A BRAND NEW 3800-SE,AT GYM AND GREENER BASKETBALL TEAM, BUT MAN- AGED TO GAIN A CREDITABLE 9-11 REC- ORD AGAINST SOME TOPFLIGHT COMPE- TITION. WITH ONLY ONE REGULAR BACK. THE RAINBOWS PLAYED AGGRESSIVE BALL AND USED SPEED TO OFFSET THEIR OPPO- NENTS HEIGHT AND EXPERIENCE CAPTAIN LOUIS HAO WAS THE STEADY- ING FORCE BEHIND THE BOWS OFFEN- SIVE ATTACK. TOPPING THE TEAM IN SCORING HERB YASUHARAS LOSS DUR- ING MID-SEASON WAS A BIG SETBACK FOR THE COLLEGIANS HOWEVER, TRANS- FER GEORGE DAECH FROM SACRAMENTO STATE TOOK UP WHERE YASUHARA LEFT OFF IN THE SCORING PARADE DESPITE THE MIDDLING-SO SEASON. THE YEAR WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY THE DEDICATION OF THE NEW OTTO KLUM GYMNASIUM ON THE LOWER CAMPUS. WITH THE HAWAII-UTAH GAME GAINING THE HONORS THE INEXPERIENCED RAINBOWS GOT IN ONLY FOUR INTERCOLLEGIATE BATTLES - TWO EACH AGAINST UTAH AND IDAHO ST -BUT THEY ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO A ROBUST SCHEDULE OF OVER 15 GAMES AGAINST WEST COAST FOES NEXT WINTER FUNCS FIRES AWAY FOR A CHARITY TOSS. 199 YA5UHARA GOES UP FOR TWO. BETWEEN TWO. BOB FUNES DAN DALTON LOUIS HAO IF THE INDIANS CAN PRODUCE RAIN. WHY CANT WE HAVE A VICTORY? Individual Scoring ■GET IN THERE FO R A SHOT. MORT. ' CAPTAIN LOUIS HAO CLIMAXED HIS FOURTH YEAR ON THE VARSITY BY HEADING ALL CAGERS IN THE SCORING DEPARTMENT WITH 239 POINTS AVERAGING 12 POINTS PER GAME DAN DALTON S 23-POINT JOB AGAINST NAVAL STATION WAS THE TOP INDIVIDUAL GAME EFFORT WHILE RON MEDEIROS 730 AVERAGE AT THE FREE THROW LINE ( 74-54 i WAS ANOTHER NOTABLE PERFORMANCE INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS: NAME FG FA FM TP AVG LOUIS HAO IC ' eo 93 61 239 12 RON MEDEIROS 70 74 54 194 10 2 DAN DALTON 63 51 31 157 8 O HERB YASUHARA 52 26 15 1 19 9 2 MERVYN CHANG 40 45 26 I06 5 3 GEORGE DAECH 26 15 1 1 63 4 5 BOB FUNES 44 13 10 98 9.8 MORTON ACHI 29 52 31 89 4,5 DICK KERSTON 24 29 IS 63 4.5 ' LEGEND: FG - FIELD GOALS. FA ■ FREE THROWS AT TEMPTED, FM . FREE THROWS MADE TP - TOTAL POINTS I . 201 MERVYN CHANG MORTON ACHl RON MEDEiROS DALTON (LEFT) AND KERSTON GO SCRAMBLING FOR LOOSE BALLS IN THE UTAH SERIES. Hawaii-Utah THE VISITING UTAH REDSKINS. LED BY THEIR FINE LITTLE GUARD GARY HALE. RAN INTO AN INSPIRED RAINBOW FIVE BENT ON MAKING THE FIRST GAME PLAYED IN THE NEW OTTO KLUM GYMNASIUM A WINNING ONE FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII THE UTES TOOK THE GAME 66-54, BUT ONLY AFTER 38 MINUTES OF TROUBLE JACK GARDNER S SKYLINE CREW HELD A SLIM TWO-POINT LEAD AT THE HALF. AND COULD DO NO BETTER THAN A THREE POINT MARGIN UNTIL THE LAST TWO MINUTES OF THE CONTEST. FORWARD MILTON KANE. THE OUTSTANDING PLAYER OF THE SERIES, RAMMED THROUGH 24 POINTS IN THE SECOND GAME TO PACE THE NIT ENTRY TO A WALTZING 82-54 AFFAIR, RON MEDEIROS WAS THE BIG BOY FOR THE BOWS IN TWO GAMES PREGNANT PAUSE Hawaii -Idaho State THE AMBITIOUS IDAHO STATE BENGALS A SMALL SCHOOL WITH BIG BASKETBALL IDEAS IMPRESSED LOCAL FANS BY EASILY ROUTING THE RAINBOWS 77 38 AND 8553 ON SUCCES- SIVE NIGHTS DISPLAYING AN IRREPRESSIBLE FASTBREAK PIN-POINT PASSING AND A GREAT GUARD IN LLOYD HARRIS, THE VISI- TORS HAD TOO MUCH SAVVY AND FIREPO WER FOR THE UNDER- MANNED UH QUINTET ROCKY MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE CHAMPION FOR THE SEVENTH STRAIGHT SEASON, IDAHO STATE POLLED ONE OF ITS FINEST YEARLY RECORDS, GAINING AN NCAA WISTERN REGIONAL BERTH DICK KERSTON HERB YASUHARA BROAD JUMP COMES IN HANDY IN ANY SPORT. 204 CHANG WITH EASE. ARTHUR YOUNG RALPH ICHIYAMA HENRY KIM 205 0 n fii ' , J 4- 7. - J ' ' : Sk BASEBALL 206 TOKU TANAKA S 1958 SQUA3 RATED BY MANY SPORTSWRITERS AS HIS FINEST TEAM AT THE UNIVERSITY. APPEARS TO HAVE THE MATERIAL THIS YEAR TO BE IN SERIOUS CONTENTION FOR THE HAWAII MAJOR LEAGUE TITLE AND THE RAINBOWS HAVE STARTED OFF IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION WITH AN EARLY VICTORY STREAK A VETERAN-PACKED INFIELD OF KEN NAKAKURA ALL-STAR SHORT- STOP, DICK MIYASATO AND LES MATSUBARA A SOLID OUTFIELD CREW HEADED BY CARLTON LOO THE LEAGUE S TOP CATCHER GEORGE ANZAI AND A GOOD PITCHING CORPS OF MEL HIRANO NORM MATSUSHIMA. DICK MATSUWAKA AND BILL BROUGHTON ALL ADD UP TO MAKE THE COLLEGIANS ONE OF THE TWO TOP TEAMS IN THE LOOP EVER SINCE COACH TANAKA TOOK OVER BASEBALL DUTIES AT UH IN 1955. THE BOWS HAVE REJUVENATED THE LOCAL LEAGUE. REFUT- ING EARLIER CHARGES THAT THESE KIDS ARE TOO INEXPERIENCED FOR THE SENIOR LEAGUE THIRD-PLACE FINISHERS LAST YEAR THE RAINBOWS LOOK LIKE THEY RE COOKING SOMETHING UP THIS SEASON MEL HIRANO RAINBOW ACE )95B UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII RAINBOWS ROW ONE; KEN HIGUCHI. PAUL SUGIMOTO. PRESTON OTSUKA (BATBOY). DICK MATSUWAKA. DICK MIYASATO AND RICHARD TAKAMOTO. ROW TWO: DICK KAMIYA. JIM KASHIWAMURA. MEL HIRANO. GEORGE ANZAI. DICK OKIHARA AND AL FUKUMOTO. ROW THREE; RAY HIGA. ROY YONEMITSU. FRANCIS OSHIRO, DON OURA. NORMAN MATSUSHIMA AND CARLTON LOO. ROW FOUR; LES MATSUBARA. BOB ENOMOTO. BILL BROUGHTON. JERRY ISHIMOTO. KEN NAKAKURA AND COACH TOKU TANAKA. r 11 I rar TANAKA-S MOUND CREW: c LEFT TO RIGHT) MEL HIRANO. DICK MATSUWAKA. NORM MATSUSHIMA. JERRY ISHIMOTO AND BILL BROUGHTON. BOWS KID AT II -O JOB OVER MARINES CALLED STRIKE ON A SUBPAC BATTER 208 MJBE VSaF ' ' CARLTON LOO LEAGUE ' S TOP OUTFIELDER (1ATSUWAKA FIELDS AN EASY TOPPER GEORGE ANZAI LEAGUES TOP CATCHER 209 TOM MULLtNS RON MEOEIROS TRACK COACH MOSES OME S LIMITED BUT TALENTED SPIKESTERS PUT ON A GREAT RECORD- BREAKING SPREE THIS YEAR BY SMASHING FIVE ALL-TIME SCHOOL RECORDS DESPITE A RATHER THIN TEAM OF 17 MEMBERS, OVER HALF OF THEM BEING FRESHMEN NEW MARKS ESTABLISHED THIS YEAR WERE; THE MILE RELAY WITH THE QUARTET OF BOB FUNES. JOHN TOPLISS. HAROLD COLE AND KANE FERNANDEZ THE SHOT PUT WITH GEORGE NAUKANA, HOLDER OF THREE LOCAL PREP RECORDS IN THE EVENT: 880 YARD RUN WITH BOB FUNES: 440 YARD RUN WITH JIM SAUNDERS AND HAROLD COLE IN THE MILE RUN, AS A UNIT, THE SPIKESTERS FARED WELL, CAPTURING MORE THAN THEIR SHARE OF PRESEASON MEETS, AND SHOWING WELL IN THE AAU, OLYMPIC AND RAINBOW RELAYS TRACKMEETS. no COUPLES OF REASONS WHY THE MARINES WERE THE TOP OUTFIT THIS SPRING. All-Time Marks lOO YARD-SKIPPY DYER 09. 7S 1956 220 YARD-SKIPPY DYER 21 5S 1956 440 YARD-JIM SAUNDERS 50 2S 1958 880 YARD-BOB FUNES 2 OO 3S 1958 MILE RUN-HAROLD COLE 4 :35 ' 5 1958 TWO MILE RUN-HAROLD COLE 9:45 5 1957 POLE VAULT-GEORGE APPEL 13-7 1956 SHOT PUT— GEORGE NAUKANA 51-0 1958 HIGH JUMP-BOB LAMBERT 6-3 1 4 1947 BROAD JUMP-GEORGE UYEDA 25-3 8 1947 JAVELIN-LUCIUS JENKINS 183 FT 1932 BIG GEORGE SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHES ONE. GEORGE NAUKANA SHOTPUT RECORD HOLDER, . 2i: « ANOTHER WIN FOR BEN. BOB FUNES HAROLD (KY COLE START AND FINISH OF A SPRINT RACE. KANE FERNANDEZ 1958 SPIKESTERS ROW ONE: JERRY JORDAN. BOB FUNE3. JOHN TOPLISS. ED GAYAGAS ARTHUR OGAWA. GIL LA TORRC. ROW TWO; PETE NANCE, DAN DALTON. DAVE LANGILLE. BEN HOLOKAI AND MANAGER BILL FOX. STANDING: COACH MOSES OME. KANE FERNANDEZ, JIM SAUNDERS. KEN THOMAS. BILLY MAXWELL. TOM MULLINS AND RON MCOEIROS. 213 TOMMY WONG CORNERS MIS OPPONENT IN THE AAU FINALS. Boxing For the fifth straight year, the univer- sity OF HAWAII PRODUCED A BOXING CHAMPION TO HIGHLIGHT ITS AMATEUR AND INTERCOLLEGIATE FIGHT SEASON. FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FORMER UH RING CHAMPIONS: SEIJI NAYA. 1954.55 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE FEATHERWEIGHT TITLIST JIM YASUI. 1956 TERRITORIAL AAU 125-POUND CHAM- PION AND DANNY KOSORO 1957 TERRITORIAL LIGHT- WEIGHT TITLIST SOPHOMORE PUGILIST TOMMY WONG LENGTHENED THE TITLE SKEIN OF THE UH BOXING SQUAD BY DECISIONING ABRAHAM PACHECO IN THE TERRITORIAL AAU FEATHERWEIGHT FINALS ANOTHER SOPHOMORE RAY ALAMEIDA, REACHED THE AAU FINALS BUT WAS TURNED BACK BY PAUL FUJII OF THE VETERAN S BOXING CLUB FOR THE LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE DESPITE THE IMPRESSIVE RECORD TURNED IN BY THE UH BOXING SQUADS OF RECENT YEARS UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF COACH HERBERT MINN AND THE PROMISING OUTLOOK FOR NEXT YEAR S FIGHT TEAM THE BOARD OF ATHLETIC CONTROL IN A SURPRISE MANEUVER DROPPED BOXING AS A VARSITY SPORT. 214 COACH MINN CORRECTS KOSORAS STANCE AS WONG AND ALAMEIDA LOOK ON. y . TOMMY WONG FEATHERWEIGHT RAY ALAMEIDA LIGHTWEIGHT NAPPY VIERRA TRAINER 215 r Sivimming ALTHOUGH THE HAWAItAN ISLANDS WITH SUPERIOR WEATHER AND WATER CONDITIONS PRODUCE MANY OF THE WORLDS GREAT EST SWIMMERS. THE MATRICULATION OF COLLEGIATE SWIM TALENT TO MAINLAND INSTITUTIONS THAT OFFER BETTER ATHLETIC SCHOLAR- SHIPS AND INDUCEMENTS YEARLY RESULTS IN NUMERICALLY SMALL UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SWIMMING TEAMS DESPITE THE LACK OF QUANTITY THE RAINBOW SWIMMERS UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF COACH SOICHI SAKAMOTO MADE FINE SHOWINGS IN THE ANNUAL RAINBOW AND FARRINGTON INVITATIONAL MEETS AND THE HAWAII AAU SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS AND TURNED IN SEVERAL RECORD-BREAKING PERFORMANCES THE WOMEN S TEAM PACED BY CAPTAIN IVANELLE HOE PROVED TO BE ONE OF THE BETTER FEMALE SWIM SQUADS IN THE ISLANDS. WHILE THE MEN S TEAM MADE UP MOSTLY OF FRESHMEN AND SOPHO- MORES SHOWED GREAT PROMISE FOR FUTURE COMPETITION A TRIP TO HILO TO COMPETE IN A DUAL MEET HIGHLIGHTED THE 1958 SWIM SEASON FOR THE RAINBOWS IVANELLE HOE WOMEN ' S TEAM CAPTAI AUVIN YOUNG ■lEN ' S TEAM CAPTAIN 216 .Qf, yf MEN S TEAM (LEFT TO RIGHT): BARTM BARON. ALVIN YOUNG. PETER CHEN. RON WOMEN ' S TEAM (LEFT TO RIGHT): DIANE GOODMAN. ALICE KOIZUMI. IVV HOE. PAT MIZUNO. ART ISOSHIMA. PAUL FUNG, VERNON KNIGHT. AND CHARLEY KANEMORI. CRONIN AND BARBARA NAKAMATSU. AND AWAY WE GOt IVY HEADS FOR HOME 217 ■ ' vmrvrnm m m a ' m 218 Intramurals THE UNIVERSITY INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM WHICH IS DESIGNED TO REACH EVERY STUDENT AND ORGANIZATION INTERESTED IN ANY FORM OF SPORT, APPLIES TO ALL ATHLETICS OF A NON-VARSITY NATURE. HEADING THE LIST OF TOURNAMENTS HELD ANNUALLY IN THE PROGRAM ARE SIXMAN TOUCH FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, VOLLEYBALL. SOFTBALL, SWIMMING BOWLING AND TRACK INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT AND COMPETITION ARE EMPHASIZED IN THE TENNIS SINGLES, HORSESHOE, BAREFOOT KICKING AND BASKETBALL FREE-THROW TOURNIES AND THE TURKEY DAY RUN THE PROGRAM IS COMPLETELY MAINTAINED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF TWO STUDENT DIRECTORS AND A FACULTY ADVISOR THE PROGRAM S PROCEDURES AND POLICIES ARE DETERMINED BY A COUNCIL OF INTRAMURAL MANAGERS COMPOSED OF A REPRESENTATIVE OF EVERY PARTICIPATING TEAM. MEDALS AND TROPHIES ARE AWARDED. AT THE TERMINATION OF INTRAMURAL COM- PETITION. TO THOSE INDIVIDUALS AND TEAMS WHO HAVE DISPLAYED CHAMPIONSHIP CALIBER IN THEIR RESPECTIVE ATHLETIC ENDEAVORS. EDDIE MENOR STUDENT DIRECTOR JAMES KASHIWAMURA STUDENT DIRECTOR FRED FURUKAWA FACULTY ADVISOR 219 FOOTBALL THE INTRAMURAL LEAGUE OPENED WITH OVER 24 CLUBS PARADING FOR PIGSKIN HONORS IN A THRILL ' PACKED. ACTION-FILLED ELIMI- NATION SERIES. AFTER THE FINAL GUN WAS SOUNDED POWERFUL HEPER CLUB. WINNING BY LOPSIDED SCORES ALL SEASON, EMERGED VICTORIOUS FOR THE SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR. REPRESENTING THE CHAMPIONS THIS YEAR WERE (FRONT ROW): KEN NAKAKURA, CHARLES OTA. KEN MACDA. WILFRED YAMADA AND EDWARDO MENOR; (SECOND ROW): DAVE PUNG. D ICK MACHIDA, GEORGE ANZAI. JIM KASHIWAMURA AND GIL LA TORRE. BASKETBALL KA PALAPALAS CAGERS ROLLED TO AN UNDEFEATED SEASON AS THEY HANDILY TROUNCED EVERY OPPONENT FOR THE INTRAMURAL CAGE TITLE. FIRST ROW: DAN IZUKA. ARTHUR WONG. WESLEY PARK AND JULES CAMBRA: SECOND ROW: BEN RIVERA. SAM FOSTER. GEORGE NAUKANA AND HENRY PANG. i THE INTRAMURAL MANAGERS ■ : MURAL SWIMMERS IN ACTION. . GET SET . . . GOI 221 ]V omen ' s Athletic Association M XED VOLLEYBALL: THE BOYS GET INTO THE ACT. DRIBBLE ITI 000 t SPIKE ITI KICK ITI THE UNIVERSITY INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM HAS ITS FEMININE COUNTERPART IN THE WOMEN S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, WHICH HAS SERVED THE UH COED POPULACE FOR 18 YEARS. DURING WHICH TIME SUCH ACTIVITIES AS TOUCH FOOTBALL, SOCCER, HOCKEY AND PISTOL. SHOOTING WERE SPONSORED, THE CURRENT YEAR WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY TOURNA- MENTS IN BASKETBALL VOLLEYBALL TRACK AND FIELD. BADMINTON. ARCHERY, AND THE INTRODUC- TION OF SUCH NEW SPORTS AS PATECA, SADDLE-LOOP AND SCOOP BASEBALL THE BIG EVENT OF THE YEAR WAS THE WAA- SPONSORED RECREATIONAL PLAYDAY. IN WHICH UNI- VERSITY COEDS AND STUDENTS FROM ST, ANDREWS PRIORY, KAMEHAMEHA, ROOSEVELT AND UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOLS PARTICIPATED KAPUA KALI PRESIDENT BASKETBALL CHAMPS FIRST ROW; MYRNA LUM, MARIAN YOUNG AND MERNA CHING. BACK ROW: BRENDA TOM. JOYCE LEONG. ELAINE WONG. ELAINE CHING, WAI LING CHING, LAUREEN HONG, AND RUBY YOUNG. rrs J r 223 Board of Athletic Control MEMBERS OF THE 19S7-58 BOARD OF ATHLETIC CONTROL SEATED: BESSIE KURAMOTO. CHAIRMAN TED NOBRIGA AND BILL KWON: STANDING: HENRY VASCONCELLOS, DEAN HAROLD S. BITNER. FRANK FORBES JANN YUEN. DEAN SHUNZO SAKAMAKI AND HUNG WO CHING. 224 FEATURES Initiations TE CHIH SHCH NEOPHYTES GET INTO THE HOMECOMING SPIRIT. ALPHA PHI OMEGA PLEDGES PICKET FOR LIBRARY QUIET. WHICH NEOPHYTE IS MISS HINODE 1958? 229 ■SZERVUSZ ' IS THE HUNGARIAN WAY OF SAYING --ALOHA. Campus Doings A TYPICAL LIBRARY SCENE DURING EXAM WEEK. 23() THE LONG LrNE FOR LUNCH. A COOL DIP ON HOT DAYS HELPS. 231 Campus Doings A FAMILIAR SIGHT: CAMPUS SURVEY CREWS EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY. FOR TOMORROW IS SCHOOLl 232 at» »S5iJikiviaJ J STUDENTS BRAVe MANOA SHOWERS TO REGISTER. CAMPUS POLICEMEN TAG A PARKING VIOLATOR. A CHEST X-RAY IS A MUST FOR EVERY STUDENT. GOVERNOR WILLIAM QUINN SPEAKS TO GOVERNMENT STUDENTS. COED GORDEAN LEE (LEFT) HELPS UN DELEGATE IRENE DUNNE DISPLAY A SO-STAR AMERICAN FLAG. TERRITORIAL COLLEGE PREXIES CAME FOR THE INTER- COLLEGE CONFERENCE. UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESIDENT-TO-BE LAURENCE H. SNYDER (RIGHT) AND MIS WIFE VISIT ACTING PRESIDENT AND MRS. WILSON. Campus Visitors MARTIN DENNY AND HIS TRIO OF " EXOTICA " - FAME PERFORM FOR LUNCHTIME ENTERTAINMENT. 235 FREAR HAULITES ENTERTAIN MALE VISITORS. THE DORM COUNCIL DISCUS3ES PROBLEMS AND POLICIES. AFTER WORK IS DONE PLAY IS WON. 236 THE WOMEN ' S DORM IS THAT A ' WAVI Dorm Life FOOD FOR BODY AND MIND. A " WOMAN ' S " WORK IS NEVER DONE. 237 Campus Faces CAMPUS PERSONALITIES CAUGHT OFF-GUARD BY THE KA PALAPALA CAMERMAN. 238 I t M 239 ELECTIONS Hejuetnvay Hall . . . PING PONG PUBl-iCATIONS 240 r r " , s f A RECREATION Versatile Student Union Building RELAXATION BEAUTY CONTESTS MEETINGS THAT PAUSE THAT REFRESHES. Military Ball l - TRULY. IT WAS AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER. THE " BRASS " CHUCKLE OVER A SPUDNIK JOKE. DUTY ON THE RECEPTION LINE MUST BE FUN. 242 PRESENTING THE CADET COMMANDERS AND THEIR SPONSORS. Wing Ding Dance tT WAS A REAL ' • W I NG- Dl NG ' - OF A DANCE. LEIKO MATSUDA ilISS AFROTC l9S7-Sa 24 Off- Campus A ctivities MEMBERS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS DEPART ON THEIR JOURNEY ON A YACHT. TE CHIH SHEH CAMPERS RAISE A STOLEN STANDARD. 244 - ' « — T i REVEIl-LE AT THE TU CHIANG SHEH SEMESTER-BREAK CAMP. Tl • r 1 i . - TOP: MUSIC CLUBBERS PLAY VOLLEYBALL AT THEIR INITIATION CAMP. BOTTOM: PENG HUl AND YANG CHUNG HUl PUT ON A WATER SHOW OF THEIR OWN MAKING. 245 THE HOMECOMING AQUACADE ON PARADE. ONE OF THE FEATURE ATTRACTIONS; THE INTERNATIONAL TALENT SHOV THE HOMECOMING DANCE CLIMAXED THE DAY ' S ACTIVITIES- 246 Homecoming mvmm JAYNE KUWATA 1957-58 HOMECOMING QUEEN OUECN JAYNE AND HER COURT LEAD THE JALOPY PARADE. 247 CAROLYN TONG SWEETHEART OF ALPHA PHI OMEGA WAI LING CHtNG SWEETHEART OF ALPHA SIGMA NU Fraternity RAMONA TONS SWEETHEART OF PEN3 hUl LINDA STDFJ.E SWEETHEART OF PHI DELTA SIGMA ' V » :i»Wv r M ' ra . ' du JOY ANN RETT1NGER SWEETHEART OF HUI LOKAHI -v-X ■ ' ■- Ml LUV1MINDA VILLANUEVA SWEETHEART OF KAPPA EPSILON THETA siceethearts JANE 5ANTOKI SWEETHEART OF PHI KAPPA PI ELAINE CHING SWEETHEART OF TU CHIANG SHEH 1 " } n GRACE KINOSHITA UH CAMPUS SWEETHEART :ift ' f!irx ' ? , Campus Sweetheart VIVACIOUS. POPULAR, TALENTED . . . THESE WORDS AMPLY DESCRIBE OUR CAMPUS SWEETHEART OF 1958. GRACE KINOSHITA THE PETITE COED WAS SELECTED AS THE IDEAL OF THE UNIVERSITY S MALE POPULACE IN THE VALENTINES DAY ELECTION SPONSORED BY THE KA PALAPALA YEARBOOK STAFF. A MEMBER OF WAKABA KAI SORORITY, GRACE IS A MUSIC MAJOR WITH AN AMBITION TO BECOME A MUSIC TEACHER LIKE HER MOTHER THE 1958 CAMPUS SWEETHEARTS INTERESTS ALSO LIE IN THE MUSICAL FIELD. AS HER HOBBY IS COLLECTING PHONOGRAPH RECORDS. ESPECIALLY POPULAR AND JAZZ THE WELL-LIKED SOPHOMORE COED WON THE 1957 KA PALAPALA JAPANESE QUEEN TITLE LAST SPRING AND IS ALSO AN ARMY ROTC SPONSOR. SANDRA CHUN 1953 NARCISSUS QUEEN JAYNE KUWATA 1958 CHERRY BLOSSOM QUEEN RAMONA TONG 1958 MISS SPECIAL TROOPS HAWAII NATIONAL GUARD UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII COEDS WERE PROMINENT IN HONOLULU BEAUTY CONTESTS DURING THE YEAR, DURING THE NARCISSUS FESTIVAL CELEBRATION, UNIVERSITY STUDENTS MADE UP THE ROYAL COURT AND A UH COED REIGNED AS QUEEN OVER THE FESTIVITIES A UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN WON THE QUEENSHIP DURING THE CHERRY BLOSSOM CELEBRATION AND TWO OTHER COEDS WERE A PART OF HER COURT, IN ADD ITION TO THESE, SEVERAL COEDS WERE HONORED WITH VARI- OUS TITLES BY MILITARY UNITS AND PROMINENT COMMUNITY ORGANIZA- TIONS PICTURED ON THIS PAGE ARE BUT A FEW OF THE MANY COEDS WHO GRACED THE MANOA CAMPUS THIS YEAR WITH THEIR CHARM AND LOVELINESS, Coed Queens GWEN HA lO SWEETHEART OF THE FIRST CALVARY DIVISION ARTILLERY MARY JO FLANDERS 1958 MISS QUEEN BEE Pan Pacific Festival TWO COEDS DISPLAY THEIR HULA TALENT TO HELP SELL THEIR CLUB ' S LEIS. UNIQUELY-DECORATED BOOTHS AND FOODS AND WARES OF MANY LANDS CHARACTERIZED THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET PLACE. THE AFTERNOON ATTRACTIONS INCLUDED MILITARY DRILL P ERFORM A r CES BY THE ARMY AND AIR FORCE DRILL TEAMS 252 ■ " .w ELrZABETH BUCHANAN 19S8 PAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL QUEEN A CHINESE DRAGON DANCE IS PERFORMED FOR QUEEN ELIZABETH AND HER COURT AT THE " PAN PACIFIC PANORAMA " PAGEANT. I I BEAUTY PAGEANT OE NATIONS : 1 KA PALAPALA I BEAUTY PAGEANT OF NATIONS A SCENE FROM THE PAGEANT FINALS. IN ONE OF MANY PERSONAL APPEARANCES. THE KA PAP SEMI-FINALISTS APPEARED WITH FRANK1E LYMAN. I L 19S8 KA PALAPALA RUNNER-UPS BETSY BARNES (CAUCASIAN), RUBY YOUNG (CHINESE). LILLY SAITO (JAPANESE). C WEN HA (KOREAN). EDWINA LAU (COSMOPOLITAN) CATALINA BLANCO (FILIPINO), EACH YEAR THE ASUH SPONSORS THE KA PALAPALA BEAUTY PAGEANT OF NATIONS TO POINT UP THE BEAUTY OF HAWAII S GIRLS OF MANY NATIONALITIES AND TO EMPHASIZE THE RACIAL AMITY OF THIS CROSS-ROAD OF THE PACIFIC. SINCE 1937. THE MANOA CAMPUS HAS ANNUALLY SOUGHT OUT ITS LOVELIEST COEDS AND SELECTED SEVEN QUEENS FROM THESE TO REPRESENT THE SEVEN MAJOR RACIAL CATEGORIES IN ATTEN- DANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY - CAUCASIAN. CHINESE. COSMOPOLITAN, FILIPINO. HAWAIIAN. JAPANESE AND KOREAN THE BEAUTY PAGEANT. WHICH CONSISTS OF A CAMERA DAY. STREET DRESS AND SWIM SUIT RALLIES. TV AND PERSONAL APPEAR- ANCES, A STUDENT ELECTION TO DETERMINE THE POPULARITY OF EACH CONTESTANT. AND THE FINAL JUDGING. IS SO NAMED BECAUSE THE YEARBOOK STAFF SPONSORED THE EVENT IN ITS EARLY YEARS AND BECAUSE THE RACIAL QUEENS ARE TRADITIONALLY PICTURED IN THE SCHOOL YEARBOOK - THE KA PALAPALA MANY TELEVISION APPEARANCES HIISHLIGHTED THE PAGEANT PUBLICITY. THE ANNUAL CAMERA OAY WAS SPONSORED FOR PHOTO ENTHUSIASTS. 259 MARY CATHERINE CARNS CAUCASIAN QUEEN 260 ELIZABETH CHING CHINESE QUEEN 261 M GORDEAN LEE COSMOPOLITAN QUEEN 262 PAULINE NAVARRO FILIPINO QUEEN 263 PUANANI AKAKA HAWAIIAN QUEEN 264 JANE AN AMI JAPANESC OUMH 265 LORN A KIM KOREAN QUEEN ' i i STUDENTS Four Class Council THE FOUR CLASS COUNCIL WAS FIRST ORGANIZED IN 1955 FOR THE PURPOSE OF COORDINATING THE FUNCTIONS OF THE FOUR CLASSES OF THE UNIVERSITY, TO PRO- MOTE COOPERATION AND COMPETITION AMONG THE CLASSES. TO STRIVE FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE CLASSES BOTH INDIVIDUALLY AND COLLECTIVELY AND TO GOVERN BY THE JOINT CONSTITUTION OF THE FOUR CLASSES OF THE UNIVERSITY. COMPOSED OF THE FOUR EXECUTIVE OFFICERS OF EACH CLASS. THE COUNCIL MEETS MONTHLY TO ACCOMPLISH THESE ENDS. AMONG ITS PROJECTS FOR THE YEAR. THE MEMBERS SOLD TICKETS FOR THE UNIVERSITYS CHRISTMAS CONCERT AT THE WAIKIKI BAND SHELL. MADE LEIS FOR THE VISITING SAN JOSE STATE FOOTBALL TEAM AND THE UTAH AND IDAHO STATE BASKETBALL SQUADS AND SPONSORED THE FROSH ELECTION RALLY DURING THE YEAR THE COUNCIL WAS HEADED BY CHAIRMAN WALTER SOGA. VICE- CHAIRMAN MELVYN SAKAGUCHI, SECRETARY JANET HIRAOKA AND TREASURER BETSY FUJIMOTO. MR EDWARD T WHITE SERVED AS ADVISOR FOR THE COUNCIL FOUR CLASS COUNCtL ROBERT MATSUMOTO, CEDRIC CHONO. JANET HIRAOKA. WALTER SOGA. CHARLES MACHADO. THOMAS KATSUYOSHI, LEONIE CHONG, EDWINA LAU, EDWARD KAWAMOTO. MELVYN SAKAGUCHI, JEAN MIHATA. HENRY Nil. 271 THOMAS KATSUYOSHI PRESIDENT CHARLES MACHADO VICE-PRESIDENT LEONIE CHONG SECRETARY Freshmen WINIFRED ISHIMOTO ADVISOR THE FRESHMEN ENTERED THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SOMEWHAT BEWILDERED BY THE ADJUSTMENT TO COLLEGE LIFE. HOWEVER. THESE ASPIRING INDIVIDUALS WERE COMMISSIONED TO BECOME THE ROARING CLASS OF ' er ' AND TO AT LEAST LEARN THEIR ALMA MATER AFTER THE FIRST SIX WEEKS. COLLEGE WAS A DISILLUSIONMENT TO MANY, THEY RECUPERATED HOWEVER, AT THE FIRST FRESHMAN MIXER, THE ' LUCKY FROSH FROLIC. •• DECEMBER SERVICE PROJECTS INCLUDED BUYING AND DECORATING A CHRISTMAS TREE FOR THE LANAKILA CRAFT CENTER AND CLEANING THE LIBRARY DESKS IN JANUARY. THE FRESHMAN COUNCIL SPONSORED A MOVIE-NITE FOR THEIR CLASS. IT FEATURED THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY ' AND A SHORT SUBJECT ' WATER BIRDS •• WITH THE BEGINNING OF THE SECOND SEMESTER, THE FRESHMEN WERE RESPON- SIBLE FOR THE NEW STUDENTS ORIENTATION PROGRAM, THE SPECIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE HEADED BY NORMAN ING RECRUITED FRESHMEN AS ORIENTATION COUN- SELORS. CLIMAXING THE ORIENTATION PROGRAM WAS THE ■HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY ' DANCE. THE FRESHMAN SERVICE COMMITTEE HELPED AT THE VOLUNTEER PLACEMENT BUREAU AND MADE EASTER FAVORS FOR THE CHILDREN AT SHRINERS ' HOSPITAL HIGHLIGHTING THE SOCIAL YEAR FOR THE UNIVERSITY NEOPHYTES WAS THE •SPRINGTIME FANTASY, ' THE FRESHMAN PROM THE CLASS OF ' 61 MAY HAVE ENTERED THE UNIVERSITY BEWILDERED, BUT THEY DISTINGUISHED THEMSELVES AS BEING THE FIRST CLASS TO SPONSOR A FROSH DAY. " AS PART OF THE ACTIVITIES, FAVORS WERE DISTRIBUTED IN THE MORNING. A TALENT SHOW WAS HELD IN THE AFTERNOON AND A DANCE CULMINATED THE CELE BRATION. FROSH DAY " WAS A FITTING CLIMAX FOR A SUCCESSFUL YEAR 272 ' M ' l JS S . THE FIRST FRESHMAN HEADACHE: REGISTRATION. FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL FIRST ROW: LAURA SHISHIDO. MAVIS ASARI. EOWINA LAU. THOMAS KATSUYOSHI. LOREEN CHING. WINIFRED ISHIMOTO (ADVISOR). LEONIE CHONG; SECOND ROW: BARTH BARON. CHARLES MACHADO. ANCELINO DOMINGO. JAMES ASATO. ARTHUR ISOSHIMA. NORMAN ING. CLEMENT FUJIMOTO. i r-: I ' r FROSH STUDENTS RELAX AT THE ALOHA KEIKI ' S DANCE. ORIENTATION CAMP PROV DEO FUN AND MERRIMENT FOR THE COLLEGE STUDENTS-TO-BE. THE NEOPHYTE COLLEGIANS EXERCISE THEIR VOTING PRIVILEGE TO ELECT THEIR CLASS OFFICERS. EAGER FRESHMEN PURCHASE BOOKS AND SUPPLIES IN PREPARATION FOR THE OPENING DAY OF SCHOOL. 75 FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS LEAD THE STUDENTS DURING A PEP RALLY. 276 IT ' , f AN ORIENTATION WEEK HIGHLIGHT: THE STUDENT- FACULTY QUIZ NEOPHYTE STUDENTS ARE ENTERTAINED AT THEIR FIRST CLASS ACTIVITY " THE LUCKY FROSH FROLIC. ■1ELVYN SAKAGUCHI PRESIDENT CEDRIC CHONG VICE-PRESIDENT JANET HIRAOKA SECRETARY ROBERT MATSUMOTO TREASURER ( Sophomores MARY LOU LIVINGSTON ADVISOR WITH AN UNBEATABLE COMBINATION OF INGENUITY AND ENTHUSIASM THE SOPHO- MORE CLASS DISPLAYED ITS APTITUDE FOR SUCCESS DURING THE MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE WHICH IT CONDUCTED IN JANUARY. AFTER A WEEK OF SOLICITING BY INDIVID- UALS. A SLAVE AUCTION. FOOT MEASURING. FORTUNE CARDS AND THE ARTHUR LYMAN COMBO. AN UNBELIEVABLE SUM OF S1.001 90 WAS COLLECTED THE CLASS OF 1960 EARLIER SHOWED ITS WINNING FORM BY WALKING OFF WITH FIRST PLACE IN BOTH THE HOMECOMING FOOD BOOTH AND JALOPY PARADE CONTESTS IN NOVEMBER AMONG THE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES OF THE CLASS WERE A MIX EM AND MATCH EM ■ SOCIAL IN OCTOBER. A MERRY MISTLETOE " PARTY IN DECEMBER A FUNNY VALENTINE SOCIAL IN FEBRUARY, A CLASS PICNIC IN MARCH. AND THE SOPHOMORE PROM CLIMAXING THE YEAR ALONG THE LINE OF SERVICE THE CLASS COLLECTED CANNED GOODS FOR NEEDY FAMILIES IN NOVEMBER AND CONDUCTED AN ELECTION DRIVE TO COMBAT STUDENT APATHY IN VOTING DURING APRIL PARTICIPATION IN THE PAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL WAS STILL ANOTHER ACTIVITY ENGAGED IN BY THE SOPHOMORES A CREDITABLE JOB WAS DONE BY THE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE WHICH PUB- LICIZED CLASS ACTIVITIES THROUGH POSTERS AND THE CLASS NEWSPAPER INK BLOTS. " 278 SOPHOMORES TRIP THE LIGHT FANTASTIC AT THE - ' MERRY MISTLETOE ' PARTY SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL — FIRST ROW: JOYCE KAWAHARA. DONNA KANG. MARY LOU LIVINGSTON (ADVISOR). JEAN SATO. ADELE THOM, JANET HIRAOKA; SECOND ROW: MELVYN SAKAGUCHI, GODWIN TANG. CEDRIC CHONG, ROBERT MATSUMOTO. JAMES ASATO. GOVERNOR WILLIAM OUINN VISITS A GOVERNMENT CLASS. THE SMINTOMO MOVIE COMPANY FILMS CAMPUS LIFE. 280 1 i ' THE UNIVERSITY WELCOMES TWO HUNGARIAN STUDENTS. SHACKLED SOPH SLAVES ARE AUCTIONED OFF FOR THE MARCH Or DiMES FUND. .4 r Unite 281 282 THE PRIZE-WINNING HOMECOMING FOOD BOOTH. THE UH POPULACE LISTEN TO THE VIEWS OF THE GOLDEN RULE CREW AT A PUBLIC HEARING. 3HALL WE DANCE? SHALL WE DANCE? SHALL WE DANCE? galen narimatsu pres:dent JEAN MIHATA VICE PRESIDENT FLORA KAWAMOTO SECRETARY BETSY FUJIMOTO TREASURER Juniors CAROLINE WILL ADVISOR WITH ITS CUSTOMARY ENTHUSIASM, THE CLASS OF 1959 UNDERTOOK THE PLANNING OF MANY SOCIALS AND SERVICE PROJECTS DURING THE PAST YEAR AND WITH THE EASE OF THE EXPERIENCED. SAW THEM THROUGH TO SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION HEADING THE LIST OF CLASS ACTIVITIES WAS THE PROMOTION OF THE COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE IN OCTOBER WHICH WAS THE FIRST OF THE MAJOR DRIVES ON CAMPUS THE INDUSTRIOUS EFFORTS OF THE SPECIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE BY MEANS OF AN EDUCATIONAL FILM PROFESSIONAL ENTERTAINMENT, AND STUDENT TALENT RESULTED IN THE COLLECTION OF A SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT FOR THE COMMUNITY CHEST A HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS DISPLAY OUR HERITAGE WAS PREPARED FOR EXHIBITION IN THE SINCLAIR LIBRARY AND WAS ON VIEW THROUGHOUT NOVEMBER THE JUNIOR CLASS HAD THE UNIQUE DISTINCTION OF BEING THE FI RST GROUP TO HAVE A FORMAL DANCE AT THE WAIKIKI BANDSHELL. THE OCCASION WAS THE JUNIOR- SENIOR PROM ■ ONE NIGHT IN HEAVEN WHICH TOOK PLACE IN NOVEMBER THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT WAS MANIFESTED BY THE JOLLY JUNIORS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON BY THE DISPLAYING OF AN APPROPRIATE BANNER ENCOURAGING GOOD- WILL. SERVICE-CONSCIOUS THE CLASS OF 1959 UNDERTOOK A TALENT SHOW AND MAGAZINE COLLECTION FOR LOCAL HOSPITALS DURING THE SECOND SEMESTER A PICNIC. AN INFORMAL DANCE AND A SQUARE DANCE-CARNIVAL COMPLETE WITH A PROFESSIONAL CALLER ROUNDED OUT THE YEAR S SOCIAL ACTIVITIES THE SUCCESS OF ALL OF THESE EVENTS WAS TO A LARGE DEGREE DUE TO THE EXTENSIVE PUBLICITY GIVEN THEM BY THE PUBLICITY COMMITTEE AND THE CLASS NEWSPAPER ELLIPSES. ■ 284 JUNIORS MAN AN INFORMATION BOOTH FOR NEW STUDENTS. JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL FLORA KAWAMOTO. JEAN MIHATA GALEN NARIMATSU. SYLVIA CHUN. VERNON KAJIWARA. RUBY NAGAMI. HOPEFUL STUDENTS PICK UP THEIR SEMESTER GRADES. SITTING IT OUT AT THE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM. 286 ACTING PRESIDENT WILSON PRESENTS PHIZES TO LUCKY WINNERS AT TE CHIH SMEHS THANKSGIVING PARTY JUNIOR ROTC OFFICERS TOUR SCHOFIELD. if 1 % 287 ; JUNIOR CLASS omciAL-S SERVE AS GUIDES FOR AN INDONESIAN VISITOR. EMBERS OF THE SOVIET BLOC CONFER DURING A RECESS OF THE MODEL U. N. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 288 THE CLASS OF 58 IN ITS FOURTH AND LAST YEAR DEMONSTRATED IMPRESSIVELY ITS ABILITY TO CONDUCT AND CARRY THROUGH TO SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION NUMEROUS AND VARIED ACTIVITIES AND THEREBY UPHELD ITS DESIGNATION AS AN ACTIVE AND INTERESTED CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION AS AN EDUCATIONAL INSTRUMENT. THE SENIOR CLASS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT CONDUCTED SEVERAL SURVEYS TO DETERMINE THE EXTENT OF STUDENT PARTICIPATION AND APATHY IN CAMPUS EVENTS STUDENT AWARENESS AND KNOWLEDGE OF TOPICS OF CURRENT INTEREST. AND STUDENT OPINION OF THE CAMPUS NEWSPAPER AS SUPPLYING ADEQUATE AND ACCURATE INFORMATION CONCERNING STUDENT ACTIVITIES OF THE MANY PANEL DISCUSSIONS AND DEBATES CONDUCTED ONE OF PARTICULAR INTEREST WAS A DEBATE BETWEEN TWO SENIORS AND TWO MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY ON THE QUESTION: RESOLVED THAT UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII STUDENTS ARE INTELLECTUALLY IMMATURE ' IN WHICH THE STUDENTS DEFENDED THE AFFIRMATIVE AND LOST. IN THE FIELD OF SERVICE. THE SENIOR CLASS GAVE A THANKSGIVING PARTY FOR THE CHILDREN OF ST. ANTHONYS HOME WHICH WAS ENJOYED BY ALL A MAN-SIZED TASK WAS UNDERTAKEN BY THE CLASS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON WHEN IT HELPED TO DIS- TRIBUTE CHRISTMAS MAIL ALL WAS NOT WORK. HOWEVER. AND MUCH FUN WAS HAD DURING THE NEW YEARS EVE FORMAL CLASS PICNIC. VALENTINE DANCE AND COM- MENCEMENT BANQUET AND DANCE GRADUATION IN THE ANDREWS OUTDOOR THEATER CLIMAXED THE YEAR S ACTIVITIES AND BROUGHT TO AN END FOUR YEARS OF COLLEGE LIFE SHUNZO SAKAMAKI ADVISOR Seniors WALTER SOGA PRESIDENT ANDREW Nil VICE-P.7ESIDENT EDWARD KAWAMOTO SECRETARY HENRV YAMANAKA TREASURER 289 CASHIN, VIRGINIA F. WAHIAWA, OAHU MAJ- PSYCH. CHAMBERLAIN, BYRON B. EL SEGUNDO CALIF MAJ — 200L, CHANG, SAMUEL 1. H. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ —HIST, ASUH SENATE A SOCI CLUB NEWMAN CLUB VETS CLUB CHAPMAN, IAN MACKENZIE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —PHIL. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 1. 2. 3. PRES ) 4 NSA DELEGATE 3 ARAI, YOICHI TOKYO, JAPAN MAJ - ECON. INT STUD ASSOC, 4 INT REL CLUB 4 COMMERCE CLUB 2. 3 ASATO, LYDIA SUMIKO KAILUA, OAHU MAJ - ENG. CHEE, PERCIVAL H. Y. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -CHEM. N50W 2. CHRMN 3 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 3. ( PRES I 4 NSAC DEL AND COORD 3 MODEL UN COMM CHRMN CHUN, BARBARA JANE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PSYCH. TE CHIH SHEH I. 2. 3, 4 CANTERBURY CLUB 1. 2 FERNANDEZ, ALFRED PAUL HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -PSYCH. NEWMAN CLUB 1 VETS CLUB KAPPA EPSILON THETA 3. I VICE-PRES.) 4 CHORUS 2. (PRES ) 3, 4 FUJIMOTO, ALICE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -PSYCH. FUJIYOSHI, YOSHIKAZU FUKUOKA. JAPAN MAJ —GOV ORIENTAL LIT, SOC. INT- STUD. ASSOC. GOV. FELLOWSHIP FUKUNAGA, IRVING TETSUO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -ZOOL. GOO, ROBIN G. H. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ,— SOCI. TU CHIANG SHEH 2. 3 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. GOYA, HARRY A. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -CHEM. NEWMAN CLUB 1. 2. 3. SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 U, RONALD G. S. BARGAMENTO, SHIRLEY BUFFINS, ROBERT LESTER BURGESS, RICHARD CARREON, JOSE DANIEL CARVALHO, MARIAN MAE HONOLULU, OAHU PATRICIA HONOLULU. OAHU CHARLES HONOLULU. OAHU HIl.O HAWAII MAJ -GOV HILO, HAWAII MAJ -SPAN HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -CHEM MAJ -SPEECH SUM SENATE 1. 2. 3, 4 MAJ. -SPAN. MAJ -C OMM ART A5UH HB SENATE 2 OV FELLOWSHIP (PRES.) 4 TRt ALPHA 2. 3. 4 AWS (SEC) I MCA 1. (VICE-PRES.) 2 ASTERISK 3. 4 BODF t. 2. 3 ELTA SIGMA RHO 4 CHUN, HERMAN H. M. CHUNG, MEI-CHIH CRADDICK, EDGAR CECIL CONNORS, JAMES JOSEPH EGE, CAROLE YOSHIE ENOKI, KENNETH SHIGEMI HONOLULU. OAHU HONOLULU. OAHU EDMONTON. ALBERTA JAMAICA, LONG ISLAND KONA, HAWAII HONOMU. HAWAII MAJ -SOCI MAJ.— SOCI. YWCA !. 2. 3 SOCI. CLUB 4 MAJ.-CHEM MAJ. -HIST MAJ— APP. DESIGN TRI ALPHA 3. 4 MAJ -SPEECH PIR A BRIEF INTERLUDE AT THE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM. 291 SIGNING UP FOR SENIOR PORTRAITS. HALL, BARBARA A. ARLNGTON HTS.. ILL. MAJ —SPEECH HIRATA, ALMA EIKO HONOLLiLU. OAHU MAJ -ART TRI ALPHA 4 TC CLUB 1. 2 YWCA I SR. PUB COMM HAO, LOUIS LUI KEAUKAHA HAWAII MAJ -SOCl VARSITY BASKETBALL I. 2. 3. 4 HUl LOKAHI 2. 3. 4 HIROUJI, PATRICIA Y. WAILUKU. MAUI MAJ.— SOCi- HARADA, HOWARD MUNETOSHI HONO-ULU OAHU MAJ— CHEM, SABRE AND CHAIN 3. RAINBOW YBA 2. 3. 4 HIROZAWA, TERUKO JANET ELEELE KAUAI MAJ -PSYCH KARIMOTO, JEAN T. HIGA, GEORGE S. HIRABAYASHI, ELLEN M. -iONOL ' OAHU HONOLULU, OAHU HONOi_uLU OAHU MAJ -PSYCH MAJ -GOV- MAJ -PSYCH NEWMAN CLUB 1. 2. 3 ASUH SENATE 2. 3 YWCA 1. 2. 3 YWCA 2 BOP 4 ORIENTAL LIT SOC. 4 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA KA PALAPALA PAG. 3. 4 ; COMM 3 SABRE AND CHArN 3. 4 H0B50N, EDMUND S. HORIUCHL HERBERT ING, VIVIAN BAD YUK VENTURA. CALIFORNIA SHIRO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -ZOOL HILO. HAWAII MAJ -SOCl. MAJ -ECON. CANTERBURY CLUB 1. 2 ASUH HB PRES. 2 HEPER CLUB 2. 3. 4 ASUH TREAS. 4 BODF 3. 4 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 4 ISHIBASHI, KIMIE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.-HIST. ISHIDA, MOLLY SPRECKLESVILLE. MAUI MAJ -SPEECH I3HIMOTO, MYRNA MINATODANI HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -SPEECH CORR YCWA I. 2. 3, 4 WESLEY FOUN, 1. 2 I5HIMURA, SAMUEL MINORU PAI A MAUI MAJ - BACT SABRE AND CHAIN 4 ITO, DOROTHY K. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PSYCH YWCA I. 2, 3. A KAIURA, GERTRUDE KINUYO MAKAWAO MAUI MAJ -SOCI HUl O HALE LAULIMA WAKABA KAI 2. 3. 4 NEWMAN CLUB 3. 4 KAM, MARILYN S. L. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -AD, DESIGN TRI ALPHA ASTERISK KA PALAPALA 3, 4 KAMETANI, LILLIAN HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PSYCH YWCA t KANEKO, EDWIN T. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ. -BACT KAWAMOTO, DOROTHY HILO, HAWAII MAJ.— SOCI. KAWAMURA, LUELLA MUKAI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ, -SPEECH CORR KLINE, BARBARA TARPON SPRINGS. FLO. MAJ -ENG. KANESHIRO, HARRY M. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -SOCI YMCA 1. 2. 3. 4 CHORUS 2, 3 CHOIR !. 2. 3. 4 KASHIWAMURA, JAMES S. HALI I MAILE, MAUI MAJ -REC LDRSHIP, HEPER CLUB HUl O HAUMANA KAU, JOSEPH L. C. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ENG NEWMAN CLUB ( PRES i ALPHA PHI OMEGA 3 J PHI KAPPA PHI 1 SABRE AND CHAIN 3, ISEC I 4 KWON, WILLIAM D. G. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -ENG. KA LEO 1, 2. (ED.) 3 ASUH SENATE 4 BAG REP. 4 KA PALAPALA ASSOC, ED LABORADA, HELEN KIMIKO HILO. HAWAfl MAJ.— PSYCH HUr O HILO 2. tSEC t 3. 4 LAU, SYLVIA KEONAONA HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.-SOCI. YWCA I SOCK CLUB 3. 4 LEE, ADA MELVIA HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PSYCH. TC CLUB I. 2 . 4 KOMATSU, SANFORD S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— ENG. YMCA t. 2. 3. 4 KUKONA, CARLSON HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.-SOCI. MAGNO, IDWARD OLAA, HAWAII MAJ-BACT. HUl O HILO ALPHA OMICRON 3. i NEWMAN CLUB 3. 4 HALE O KANE 3. 4 MARSHALL, SOLOMON MAT5UMOTO, GEORGE K. WAiLUKU MAUI MAJ -SACT- MATSUMOTO, RICHARD Y. HILO HAWAII MAJ - GOV. MATSUMURA, HUGH T05HIR0 LAUPAHOEHOE, HAW MAJ.— CHEM. RAINBOW YBA I. 2. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. ' BOG 3 SPECIAL SERV. COMM. MATSUMURO, MERRY HA_EI WA, OAHU MAJ -SOCI. YWCA I. 2. 3 29-i LEE, DONALD E. D. LEE, WINCHELL Y. L. LEWIS, DONALD LLOYD, VALERIE BARBARA HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ-GOV. GOV FELLOW 2. 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 NEWMAN CLUB 1 2, A ARMY DRILL TEAM 4 HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.-SOCI. SOCl. CLUB 3, 4 SOCIAL PROCESS STAFF 3. 4 HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.-GEOG HUl LOKAHI 4 HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SOCl. KE ANUENUE 1. 2. 3. 4 MINEAR, KATHLEEN HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.-ENG. MIWA, JEANETTE M. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SOCt SOCl CLUB 4 MAXSON, JOHN HOLLIS McGREW, WALLACE DOLE McLEAN, RONALD ALLAN HONOLULU OAHU MAJ. -HIST. TG 2 CARNEGIE MUSIC COMM 2 ASTERISK 2 TRAFFIC APPEALS BO 4 FLORA ILL MAJ -ECON. MERINO, ADELINE JANE HI LO. H AWAI I MAJ -CHEM NEWMAN CLUB 4 ETA LAMBDA KAPPA 3. 4 CHEM. CLUB 3 MINOR, WILLIAM BIRMINGHAM, MICH MAJ -ART MIYAO, FLORENCE J. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SOCl. VwVCA I. 2 BOG 3 295 MIYASATO, CHARLES S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -BACT. MIYA5HIRO, JANE Y. HILO HAWAII MAJ -CHEM ASUH HS TREAS 2 BAPTIST STUD. UNION 3. MURAKAMI, EMIKO WAIALUA, OAHU MAJ -BACT. NAKAGAWA, LILY S. LAHAINA. MAUI MAJ —AD. ART TRI ALPHA 4 NAKAMURA, GEORGE S. WAIKAPU. MAUI MAJ - ART TRI ALPHA 3. 4 ASTERISK 4 NISHIMURA, YOKO KYOTO, JAPAN MAJ -FINE ARTS ALPHA 3. 4 NT STUD ASSOC 4 TR NOBORI, BEVERLY T. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SOCI YWCA 1 2 3. 4 SOCI CLUB 4 NOBUMOTO, T05HI0 KAHULUI. MAUI MAJ -SOCI. VETS CLUB 1. 2 RAINBOW YBA 1, 2 NOHARA, CAROLE T. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.- SOCI BAPTIST STUD- UNION 1. 2. 3. 4 SOCI CLUB 4 OtE, HERBERT K. PEPEEKEO. HAWAII MAJ -BACT. HUl O HILO 3. 4 OKAMURA, REGINALD TORU HILO. HAWAII MAJ.— ENTO. OKIKO, SHIRLEY 7. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -SOCI SOCI. CLUB 3. 4 SOCIAL PROCESS ED. OSHIRO, ELEANOR YUKIE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SPEECH THERAPY YWCA I. 2. 3. 4 SR COUNCIL OSHIRO, MARIAN A. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SOCI. SOCI. CLUB (SEC.) 3. 4 296 PETERSON, ELEANOR NEWARK, NEW JERSEY MAJ -SOCI PLADERA, PAUL WAILUKU MAUI MAJ - PHIL NEWMAN CLUB 3. 4 FROSSER, JAMES MICHAEL HONOLULU CAMU MAJ - POL SCI ASUH SENATE 4 OOP 3 ICC IVICE-PRE3 I 1 IPRES.I 2 VETS CLUB CPRES. I 3 PRUITT, RAYMOND M. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ - PHIL ROBINSON, RACHAEL IWALANI • .■ ' ' ' i L u OAHU MAI - SOCI CANTERBURY CUB I. 2. 3. SOCI CLUB 3. 4 SAGARA, ELEANOR T. WAI ALUA OAHU MAJ - ENG SAKAI, DAVID T. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -CHEM, SATO, SHINOBU KONA. HAWAII MAJ -SOCI HUl O HILO 3 4 HALE O KANE 4 SCHLIECKER, GLORIA ELAINE MONTGOMERY. ALA MAJ - HIST- ASTERISK 4 SHEU, BENJAMIN J. K. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ - BACT TU CHIANG SHEH 2. 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 3 4 SHIMABUKURO, KATHERINE, T. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ANTHRO BOG 2, IPRES ) 3, 4 BOP 3 4 STUD CRT 2. 3, 4 YWCA I, 2. 3 SHIOSAKI, LOIS F. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ - PSYCH YWCA 1 TC C ' -UB 1. 2 SINOTO, Y05IHIK0 H. TOKYO, JAPAN MAJ -ANTHRO ORIENTAL LIT SOC IPRES I 4 fNT. STUD. ASSOC 4 SIU, TUCK SUN HILO, HAWAII MAJ -HIST 297 SNIFFEN, LEIMALAMA HONOLULU 0 HU MAJ -SOCI PAN-PAC COMM 2. ICHRMN ) 3 KA PALAPALA 2. SR ED ) 3 SOCI CLUB 3. 4 HUI POOKELA 4 SOUZA, ROBERT ADRIAN H I LO HAW Al I MAJ.-ECON DEBATE AND FORENSICS see IHB t 2 HUI O HrLO 3. 4 TACHIHATA, CHIEKO KAHUKU OAHU MAJ -HIST. ISA 4 TAISE, HELEN R. NA ALEHL ' HAWAII MAJ. -SOCI RAINBOW YBA 1. 2 TAKAHASHI, JUNE S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— SOCI YWCA I, 2. 3. 4 TAKEMURA, FERN S. - O H4WAI I MAJ - SOCi RAINBOW YBA 3 HUI O HILO 3 TERUYA, JUNE 5. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PSYCH YWCA I. 2. 3 4-H CLUB I. 2 SOCI Ct-UB 4 TOBITA, CLARENCE A. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PSYCH SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 YMCA I. 3 CANTERBURY 2 TOKUNAGA, ALYCE S. W Al LUKU. MAU : MAJ —SPEECH YWCA I. 2 FREAR HALL 2. 3. 4 TOMITA, PATSY Y. LIHUE. KAUAI MAJ -PSYCH RAINBOW YBA I. 2. 2 FREAR HALL 2. 3. 4 TOYAMA, WARREN M. H A W t H A % i MAJ -SOCI CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 2. 3. 4 SOCI CLUB 2. 3. 4 UCHIMA. GRACE Y. VAILE OAHU MAJ -ZOOL ETA LAMBDA KAPPA 1 (SEC I 2. 3 CHEM CLUB 2 SAACS 3, (SEC ) 4 CANTERBURY CLUB 1. 2 U5HIRODA, WALTER HARUO Hf LO. HAWAII MAJ— FINE ARTS TRI ALPHA 4 HUI O HILO 3 UYEHARA, SHIGEKO HONOKAA. HAWAII MAJ.-SOCt UYEMA, JOYCE YOSHIMI WAIMANALO- OAHU MAJ —PSYCH. YWCA 1 2 WAKAYAMA, NANCY CHIYEKO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -ENG NEWMAN CLUB 1. 2. 4 HUI KAHU MAI 2 WON, ALVIN J. K. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -CHEM. YMCA !. 2. 3. 4 298 TAMASAKA, FRED F. PUUNENE, MAU I MAJ -SOCl. CONG STUD FELLOWSHIP SOCl CLUB 3, VETS CLUB 2 KA LEO 2 TANABE, JAMES T. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -JAPANESE TANAKAMARU, HISATO SAGA JAPAN MAJ - ECON, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 1. 2. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CLUB 4 UEMOTO, BEATRICE A. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —PSYCH. YWCA I. 2. 3 UEMURA, EDWARD H. HILO. HAWAII MAJ -200L RAINBOW YBA 1 2 4 VARSITY RIFLE 3, 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 4 UJIMORI, ELSIE YUKIKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -ELEM. ED. YWCA 1. 2. 3 WONG, COLENE YAMAMOTO, MYRNA S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -JAPANESE YWCA I ORIENTAL LIT SOC 3. 4 YASUDA, ELLEN HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SOCl YWCA t. 2. 3. 4 SOCl CLUB 4 YOON, EDWIN D. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SPEECH YOUNG, LESLIE K. J. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ, -MATH TU CHIANG SHEH I. 2. 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. YUEN, JANN LEONG HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -GOV. ASUH (PRES.) 4 ASUH (VICE-PRES.) 3 PENG HUl I. 2. 3. 4 ASUH SENATE 1. 2 299 TEACHERS COLLEGE ARAKAKI, MAE M. ARAKAKI, RUTH YASUE ARII, HAROLD Y. ASHIDA, ISAO ADACHI, MARION ADANIYA, RUTH KEKAHA, KAUAI KAHALU U. OAHU HONOLULU. OAHU PAPAIKOU. HAWAII JANE M. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SEC, MAJ -SEC, MAJ -SEC MAJ-ELEM. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ, -SEC YWCA 1. 2 TC CLUB 1. 2. 3. 4 VETS CLUB I. 2 MAJ -PRESCH, PRIM, TC CLUB 3 NEWMAN CLUB I. 2. 3. 4 BOOTH, EVIE M. L NEW YORK CITY. NY, MAJ-ELEM. BULATAO, JOSE E. G., JR KEKAHA. KAUAI MAJ -SEC. ICC 2 SPIRIT AND RALLY CHRMN 3 KA PAP PAGEANT COMM 3, A VMCA 1 2. iVICE-PRES ) 3 (PRES ) 4 CHOCK, LEATRICE LOUl HONOLULU OAHU MAJ. -SEC, CHU, BETTY LOU HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.- ELEM KA LEO 1. (AD DIR, ) 2. 3 KA PALAPALA 2 CHUN, ELAINE W. N. KANEOHE, OAHU MAJ- ELEM. NEWMAN CLUB 1. 2. 3. 4 TE CHIH SHEH 1, 2, 3. 4 DILLENBECK, BETTE L. OKMULGEE, OKLAHOMA MAJ - SEC. DOI, ELLEN H. HILO HAWAII MAJ - PRESCH PRIM EBISUYA, FRANCES FUMIE Wai PAHU OAHU MAJ - ELEM AGUIL, EDNA A. PAHALA. HAWAII MAJ-PRESCH. PRIM- AHANA, CAROL A. LIHUE. KAUAI MAJ— ELEM KE ANUENUE 2. 3. 4 AJIMURA, RUTH Y. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ. -ELEM, YWCA 1 2, 3. 4 AMARAL, ETHYL MAE NAALEHU. HAWAII MAJ -SEC NEWMAN CLUB 1 AOKI, JANICE TOSHIA HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SEC WESLEY FOUN 1, 2. 3. 4 SPEC ACT CHRMN, 2 ARAKAKI, GEORGE Y. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - SEC. TC CLUB 3 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 CHANG, HARRY K. O. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SEC. CHAR, AUDREY-ANN M. L. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -SEC ASUH SEC 3, 4 TE CHIH SHEH 1. 2. 3. 4 PAN-PAC COMM. 1. 2. 3. 4 YWCA 1. 2. 3. 4 CHINEN, GLADYS Y. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ-PRESCH PRI M YWCA 1, 2 ASUH ELEC COMM 1, 2. 3 TC CLUB 2, 3 CLASS COUN. 2 CHINEN, IRENE S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - SEC CHING, BARBARA K. T. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -ELEM CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP I. 2. 3 4 YWCA 1, 2 YANG CHUNG HU1 1. 2. 3 HUl POOKELA 4 CHING, PATRICIA SU1 LAN EWA, OAHU MAJ - PRESCH PRIM KA LEO I NEWMAN CLUB 2 AS A SERVICE PROJECT SENIORS HELPED DISTRIBUTE CHRISTMAS MAIL TO STUDENTS. 301 FUJII, ELLA M. HAKALAU, HAWAtr MAJ.— PRESCH. PRIM FUJII, ELSIE TOKUKO KAPAA. KAUAI MAJ -ELEM, RAINBOW YBA I, 2. 3. 4 FUJIMOTO, EDITH MI5AO PUHi. KAUAI MAJ —ELEM. HUl O HALE LAULIMA 1 FUJIMURA, JEAN SACHIKO PUUNENE, MAUI MAJ -SEC, FUJIUCHI, GUY YUKIHIRO KEALI A, KAUAI MAJ. -SEC PHI DELTA KAPPA 4 FUNG, ARLENE N. G. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -ELEM. TE CHIN SHEH I. 2. 3. 4 ROTC SPONSOR 3 PHI KAPPA PHI 4 KA PAP PAGEANT COMM (SEC ) 3 HIRAMOTO, JEAN PUUNENE. MAUI MAJ-PRESCH PRIM 4-H CLUB I. 2 RAINBOW YBA ( REC SEC, ISPEC ACT CHRMN ) -J SPEC ACT. COMM 4 HAMADA, JEAN YONEKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ —ELEM HAMAISHI, JUNE M. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ELEM YWCA I, 2. 3 HARADA, JANET YOSHIKO HONOLULU OAHU MAJ - ELEM YWCA 1, 2. 3. 4 HARAGUCHl, JANET K. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ELEM YWCA I. 2. 3 HO, ANNIE K. H. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -SEC BAPTIST STUD UNION HOLCK, ROY A. V. HONDA, BESSIE C. HOSAKA, DONALD K. HU, BARBARA Y. Y. IHARA, MABEL S. HONOLULU. OAHU LANAl CITY. LANAI HONOLULU, OAHU HONOLULU. OAHU PAIA. MAUI MAJ -SEC MAJ -ELEM MAJ -SEC MAJ— PRESCH. PRIM. MAJ -ELEM. SABRE AND CHAIN 3, 4 TC CLUB I. 2. (SEC ) 3. 4 YWCA 1 HUl O HALE LAULIMA CLASS see COMM. 1, TC CLUB 3 I, 2 SERV, COMM 2 ICC (SEC) 2 KA PAP PAGEANT COMM 2 CLASS SEC 3 HONOLULU. OAH HAJ-ELEM. WAIMANALO, OAHU MAJ-SEC. TC CLUB 3 GARCIA, RAYMOND ARNOLD AIEA. OAHU MAJ.-SEC. GUM, LAURETTA YUK SAI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.-ELEM. HADAMA, RICHARD F. KOLOA. KAUAI MAJ-SEC. HASEGAWA, BARBARA LEIKO HASEGAWA, KATHERINE A. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ-SEC. HEW, GEORGE Y. M. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ-SEC. HIGA, JANET MITSUE PEPEEKEO. HAWAI I MAJ-SEC. TC CLUB 3. 4 HUl O HILO 3 HIGA, KATHERINE M. LAWAl , KAUAI MAJ.-SEC. HIRAI, PATRICIA KIMIE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ-ELEM CANTERBURY CLUB 1 YWCA 1. 2 ISHII, MAXINE MICHIKO WAIALUA. OAHU MAJ- ELEM. I5HII, PAULINE S. KAPAA. KAUAI MAJ -SEC WAKABA KAI 2. 3. . ITO, ANN SETSUKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ELEM. YWCA I. 2. 3. (SEC ) 4 ASUH ELECT. COMM 1, ICHRMN ) 2 KA PAP PAGEANT COMM ( CHRMN I 4 CONG STUD FELLOWSHIP IWANAGA, JOYCE AIKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ELEM, IWANAGA, LILA EMIKO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SEC GAMMA CH! SIGMA I. 2, 3. (VICE-PRES.) 4 MUSIC CLUB I. 2, 3. I SEC ) A SWIMMING (WOMEN) 2. 3 PAN-PAC WATERSHOW COMM. (CHRMN.) 4 JOSE, GLADYS MADELINE KONA. HAWAII MAJ.-ELEM. TC CLUB 3 NEWMAN CLUB I. 2. 3 KAGAWA, BETTE HARU WAILUKU. MAUI MAJ.— SEC. KAIONA, JAMES KAIAOHAWAII KAJIOKA, ELEANOR TERUKO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -ELEM KAKAZU, GRACE AKEMI KAKUGAWA, FRANCES H. KANNO, IRENE KAZUKQ HONOLULU, OAMw. P A H o 4 - A ;%■ A : : HONOlJ oah_ MAJ— PRESCH PRIM MAJ -PRESCH PRIM. MAJ -ELEM KON, CHIYOKO KONG, CHRISTELLA MAY HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SEC. KA PAP PAGEANT PUB. COMM iCHRMN ( 3 KA LEO FEATURE ED- 4 TE CHIH SHEH 2. 3. 4 CANTERBURY CLUB 1. 2 KONG, MARIETTA LAI LAN KOZOHARA, TADASHI KUNTrSTOWN. HAWAII MAJ -ELEM AGGIE CLUB 3 KUMASHIRO, KUNIYUKI, RONALD K. KWOCK, ROSE S. T. LAI, ERMA RUTH LEtTE, MILDRED LAURIE LEONG, LOTUS YEN SHANNON KEIKO " ONOLULU OAHU -iONOLULU OAHU HONOLULU OAHU P A P A 1 K O U M A .■. A YEE nONOi_ui-u OAnu MAJ -SEC MAJ -PRESCH- PRIM. MAj -SEC MAj -ELEM_ . ONO ULU. OAHU MAJ. -PRESCH. PRIM AGGIE CLUB 3 GAMMA CHI SIGMA 1. 2. 3. 4 MAJ -PRESCH PRIM. NEWMAN CLUB 1, 2. 3. A YANG CHUNG HUl 1. 2. 3. 4 CLASS PUB. COMM. 2 KAWAGUCHI, JEAN M. MONO ' -ULU, OAHU MAJ - CLCM YWCA 1. 2. 3. 4 KAWAMOTO, EDWARD HIDEO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ — ELEM. CLASS sec 4 KAWANO, HARRIET Y. HONOLULU, OAHL. MAJ -SEC ICC 4 CONG STUD FELLOWSHIP I. 2. 3. 4 MUSIC CLUB 3. 4 KAYA, FLORENCE TAEKO WAiALuA OAHo MAJ.-PRESCH PRIM KAZUMURA, JENNIE S. HONOLULU OAM«j MAJ-PRESCH PRIM YWCA I, 2. 3 4 KEMPER, JACK ROBERT MARSHALL PROVILLE. CALIFORNIA MAJ -SEC. KIDANI. CAROL ITSUE KIMURA, SUEKO H. KIYAMA, SHARON KOBAYASHI, ENID KOCHI, CHARLES T. KOHAT5U, JEAh AHAINA MAu. PAHOA HAWAII HONOLULU OAHU SACHIE HONOLULU. OAHU KAPAA, KAUA MAJ -PRESCH PRIM MAJ -PRESCH PRIM MAJ -SEC HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SEC MAJ -ELEM YWCA I. 2. 3 YWCA 1. 2 3. IPRES i 4 MAJ -ELEM ARNOLD AIR SOC 3, 4 YWCA 1 FROSH SOC COMM. CLASS VICE-PRES- I. COUNCIL I. 2 HUl POOKELA 4 YWCA I. 2. 3 TC CLUB 3, 4 WESLEY FOUN 3 TC CLUB I LEONG, MELBA ELIZABETH HONOLULU. OAMU MAJ -ELEM NEWMAN CLUB I LOW, SANDRA S. Y. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -PRESCH. PRIM LUM, MARY C. L. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SEC LUM, PATRICIA SUI WAN HONOLULU , OAHU MAJ - ELEM, TE CHIN SHEH I. 2, 3, 4 KA PAP PAGEANT COM 2, (CHRMN. 3 KA LEO I MACHADO, TANYA HAUNANI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -ELEM. GAMMA CHI SIGMA I . NEWMAN CLUB 1. 2. 3 MAEDO, BETTY T. NINOLE MA.SAII MAJ. -SEC. BOOF 3. 4 MAH, MILDRED S. M. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PRESCH, PRIM MAHONEY, PATRICIA KATHERINE KAILUA. OAHU MAJ, -SEC. NEWMAN CLUB 2 VOUNG DEM. CLUB 3 MARSHALL, ELIZA CAROLYN GARNER. N CAROLINA MAJ.-ELEM. MATSUMURO, KAZUAKI H ALEIWA, OAHU MAJ - GEN AGR MATSUNO, MAE S. hONOLU LU . OAHU MAJ -SEC MATSUO, MADELINE M. PAPAIKOU HAWAII MAJ -PRESCH PRIM. MATSUO, NORIKO HONOMU. HAWAII MAJ,- SEC RAINBOW YBA 2. 3 MATSUSHITA, EDWARD T. WAILUKU. MAUI MAJ. -SEC. MUSIC CLUB 1 . 2 BAND 1.2.3.4 CHOIR 1 . 2 MATSUYAMA, TAKASHI B. OLAA. HAWAII MAJ.-ELEM. HUl O HILO 3 TC CLUB 3. 4 MAYEDA, CAROL K. HONOLULU. OAHU M4J -ELEM, TC CLUB I . 2. 3 KA PALAPALA 2. 3. 4 McGREW, JULIA ANNE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PRESCH. PRIM. NEWMAN CLUB 1. 2. 3. 4 MURAT5UKA, ETHEL K. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -SEC YWCA 1 PSYCH CLUB 1 NAGAMOTO, MAY HISAKO HILO. HAWAII MAJ.-ELEM. HUl O HILO 3. 4 TC CLUB 3 NAGATA, ELEANOR T. NAGOSHI, CHARLOTTE NAGAUE, ESTHER 1. NAITO, BETTY E. HONOLULU. OAHU CHIEKO HILO. HAWAII KOHALA, HAWAII MAJ, -SEC. KALAHEO, KAUAI MAJ.-SEC- MAJ -SEC. WAKABA KAI 1 . 3. 4 MAJ -PRESCH, PRIM. TC CLUB 2, 3 NEPER CLUB 3, 4 TC CLUB 3. 4 VWCA 2 306 L •ONE NIGHT IN HEAVEN " THE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM. MIN, KEUET I. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— SEC. SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 MIYAHIRO, BETSY KEIKO HONOLULU, CAHU MAJ.-PRESCH, PRIM- YWCA 2. 3 MIYA5ATO, MARJORIE Y. HONOLULU , OAHU MAJ-SEC. MORIKAWA, WILFRED H. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -SEC. RAINBOW YBA 2, 3. 4 HUl O HILO 2. 3. 4 MORRIS, JOHN DANIEL PHILADELPHIA. PENN MAJ. -SEC. SIGMA P I 3. 4 MURAKAMI, PATSY HINAKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ ELEM. CLASS SERV. COMM. ChRMN 2. TREAS 3 YWCA (VICE.PRES. ) 3, IFROSH CONF. CO CHRMN.) 4 NAKADOMARI, MILDRED C. NAKAKURA, KENNETH T. 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TC CLUB 2, 3 4-H CLUB 1 VWCA 3 SAKAI, JANET NOBUKO HILO, HAWAI I MAJ- SEC TC CLUB 3 HUl O HILO 3. 4 ORIENTAL LIT SOC 3 SAKATA, JOAN R. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ELEM CHOIR 2. 3 CLASS SERV COMM 2 VWCA I SAKURAI, JEANNE YAEKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ELEM SASAHARA, LAURA FUMIE HONOLULU, OAHU SASAKI, IRVIN K. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - ELEM TC CLUB 1,2.3 SASAKI, JEAN SET5UKC H ILO, HAWAI I MAJ - SEC OHAMA, MAE M. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ - ELEM CHOIR 1,2.3. (VCF 1 TC CLUB 4 OHTA, VIVIAN CHIEKO OKAMOTO, MARY MITSUE WAILUKU, MAUI MAJ -SEC PHI KAPPA PHI OKAMURA, CLARA S. WAIAKOA. MAUI MAJ - ELEM HUl O HALE LAULIMA 1, 2 RAINBOW YBA I, 2. 3. 4 TC CLUB 1. 2. 3. 4 rcc Z OKAZAKI, NANCY KIYOKO HAtKU. MAUI MAJ -PRESCH prim OTA, SHIZUKO PEPEEKEO Hfi MAJ - SEC TC CLUB 3. A HUl O HILO 3 OYAMA, JUNE KIYOKO PAHALA, HAWAII MAJ - SEC. TC CLUB 3 PAI, MAILE SUE HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - PRESCH. PRIM. PANG, FREDERICK F. Y. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - SEC ALPHA PH I OMEGA ( PRES I 3. d ARNOLD AIR SOC (PRES. 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HAWAI I MAJ SOILS TAKEYAMA, JOAN YOOKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -OFFICE MGT COMMERCE CLUB I. 3, YWCA 2 NEWMAN CLUB 4 TAKEYAMA, SHIRLEY SATSUKI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PRESCH PRIM. YWCA 1 TC CLUB 3 TAKIMOTO, THOMAS T HILO HAWAI I MAJ - SEC VETS CLUB I . 2 AYAMA, SALLY MIYOKO PAPAIKOU. HAWAII MAJ - ELEM C CLUB 2. 3 AINBOW YBA 2. 3 TENGAN, EVA M. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -ELEM, YWCA 3 TOM, JADE Y. Q. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - SEC TOMITA, CLARA K. SHINOHARA HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ. -PRESCH. PRIM TC CLUB I . 2, 3 ORIENTAL LIT. SOC, 2. ; YWCA 1. 2. 3 311 TONG, CAROLYN SIU LIN HONOLULU, OAHU TONG, PRISCILLA L. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ELEM YANG CHUNG HUl t , ; TORIGOE, ELAINE F. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -SEC CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 1. 2. 3. 4 UEMURA, ELLEN Y. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ- ELEM, YWCA 1. 2. 3. 4 UMAMOTO, HELEN 5ET5UKO PAAUHAU. HAWAI MAJ - ELEM TC CLUB 1 SOCl. CLUB 3 URATANI, TETSUO HILO, HAWAII MAJ - REC HUl O HILO 3, 4 HEPER CLUB 4 UYEHARA, HARRY Y. UYEDA, AKIKO K. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -SEC, PI OMEGA PI 3. 4 UYEHARA, GEORGE J. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ-ACC. M A ILi, OAH MAJ - SEC YABE, LILLIAN S. H tLO. HAWAII MAJ -SEC YAMAGUCHI, GAIL SUGAI HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -PRE5CH PRIM YAMAGUCHI, MAE MIDORI H ILO, HAWAII MAJ - ELEM. HUl O HILO 3. 4 RAINBOW YBA 3 312 YAMAMOTO, CHLOE 5. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -SEC. YWCA 1 . 2. 3. 4 YAMASHIRO, SHIRLEY K. h.AILUA, OAHU MAJ - ELEM YAMATO, DORIS T. hONOKAA NAWAI MAJ -SEC TC CLUB 2. 3 HUl O HILd 3. 4 AWS HB ! . 2 KA LEO O HILO 1 MODELS FOR THE UNDERCLASSMEN AT THE NEW YEAR ' S EVE DANCE. UVACHI, VIVIAN ATSUKO WAI, ANNIE JULIA HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -PRESCH PRIM. KE ANUENUE 1. 2.3. I PRES I 4 CHOIR 2. 3, 4 WAKAYAMA, GRACE SHIZUE h IPU, KAUAI MAJ -ELEM BAPTIST STUD UNION 1 , 2. 3. 4 WANG, MILDRED M. C. HONOLULU , OAHU MAJ- ELEM. BOG 2. 3 YWCA 1 . 2 TC CLUB 3 CONG STUD FELLOWSHIP 2. 3 WATANABE, MARGARET HIDEKO h,ONA HAWAII MAJ - ELEM. TC CLUB 2. 3 RAINBOW YBA 3 PH 1 KAPPA PH I 3.4 WONG, VERENA Y. Q. AIEA, OAHU MAJ - PRESCH PRIM CANTERBURY CLUB I 2, HOMECOMING COMM 2. ASUH ELEC COMM 3 TC CLUB I YASUI, AMY A. WAIPAHU OA»- MAJ - ELEM YWCA 1 TC CLUB 2, 3 YEE, HILDA S. F. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ - ELEM YANG CHUNG HUl i, i BOG 3 FROSH ORIENT. COMM 2. 3 PAN.PAC COMM. 2 YONEDA, HARRISON N. HILO, HAWAII MAJ - SEC YOSHINA, JANE ITSUKO HlLO. HAWAII MAJ -ELEM TC CLUB 2. 3 RAINBOW YBA 3 HUl O HILO 3 YOSHIYAMA, EMIKO HILO. HAWAII MAJ. -ELEM HUl O HILO 3 TC CLUB 3 YUEN, FREDA E. O. S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PRESCH. PRIM. NEWMAN CLUB t, 2. 3 ' Sir ACOBA, PRIMO WAILUKU , MAUI MAJ -BANKING AND FIN- KA LEO BUS. MGR 3 SABRE AND CHAIN 3, 4 COMMERCE CLUB 1, 2 VETS CLUB 1. 2. 3 AKIYAMA, ELEANOR M. KALAHEO. KAUAI MAJ .- MOSE GAMMA CHI SIGMA I. 2. 3 AMAI, JOYCELYN H. S. H I LO, HAWAI MAJ - ACC- ANZAI, NEIL F. HONOLULU, H- MAJ -ACC. COMMERCE CLUB AOKI, ALBERT M. HILO, HAWAII MAJ -GEN. BUS. COMMERCE CLUB 4 JUDO CLUB 4 VETS CLUB 3. 4 AOKI, EDWIN L HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.- PERS. AND IND. REL. AOKI, DENNIS T. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -ACC COMMERCE CLUB 1. 3. 4 CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 3. ARAKAKL JAMES E. AIEA, OAHU MAJ.- ACC, COMMERCE CLUa I. 2. VETS CLUB CHUN, LAWRENCE CHEE WAH HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -PERS AND IND. REL. PENG HUl 2, 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. CHUN, YOUNK TAIK HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -ACC CHUNG, FRANKLIN B. C. HONOLULU . OAHU MAJ. -GEN BUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 2, 3, 4 COMMERCE CLUB t. 3. 4 VETS CLUB 2 DE LA CRUZ, VICENTE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -PERS, AND IND REL. NEWMAN CLUB 1, 2. 4 KAPPA EPSILON THETA 3, ALPHA OMICRON 1. 2 DRENNAN, EDWARD JEREMIAH BUCK HILL FALLS, f MAJ.— PERS. AND IND. REL, KA LEO 2, 3. 4 GOLF 2 COMMERCE CLUB 4 .314 AUERBACH, MARK HONOLULU OAHU MAJ - GEN BUS PHI DELTA SIGMA 1. 2. 1NTRAMURALS 1. 2. 3 BUDD, WILLIAM GRAHAM CHANG, ALVIN G. K. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -BANKING AND FIN COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2. 3. 4 CHANG, IRENE O. K. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - GEN BUS NEWMAN CLUB 1 . 2 COMMERCE CLUB 3. 4 CHING, DAVID S. H. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ-GEN BUS NEWMAN CLUB 2 CHOW, HAROLD YET HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - GEN BUS BOTELHO, DONALD A. HONOLULU , OAHU MAJ - PERS AND IND REL HUl LOKAHI 1 VARSITY TRACK !, 2, 3 VARSITY FOOTBALL 1 , 2 3, . CO-CAPT t 4 CARDOZA, FAITH G. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - OFFICE MGT. NEWMAN CLUB 3. 4 COMMERCE CLUB 4 TC CLUB 1 , 2 CHANG, GILBERT PAT TATE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— ACC. CHEE, ALFRED CHEON KIM HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - ACC COMMERCE CLUB I, 2, 3 NEWMAN CLUB 1 , 2 SABRE AND CHAIN 3, 4 KA LEO BUS MGR 4 CHONG, KENNETH H. M. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - PERS AND IND REL KA PALAPALA 3 4 COMMERCE CLUB I. 2. 3. . YMCA 1.2,3 CHU, RAYMOND S. T. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -BANKING AND FN. TH£ SENIOR MALES DID THEIR SHARE OF MODELING TOO. 315 FUKUI, WILFRED H. KAILUA. OAHU MAJ.-PERS. AND IND, REL COMMERCE CLUB 3. FUKUSHIMA, DONALD KATSUJI SPRECKELSVILLE. MAUI MAJ - MDSE. RAINBOW YBA 1. 2. 3 GOO, MILTON S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PERS AND IND. REL TU CHIANG SHEH I. ICORR SEC. 1 2. 3. 4 KA LEO SP. ED. I. FEATURE ED- 2. MNG ED. 3. 4 ALPHA PHr OMEGA 3. (VICE. PRES . 2. ' REC. SEC. I 4 KA PA LA PA LA 2. 3. «ED -IN-CHIEF. 4 DUDLEY, JESSE B. JR. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— ACC. FERNANDEZ, KANE SCOTT FUJIOKA, YOSHITO OUAA, HAWAII MAJ - MDSE COMMERCE CLUB !. : YOUNG DEM CLUB 1 VETS CLUB I. 2. 3 HESSIAN, THOMAS A. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -GEN BUS- HIRASA, BARBARA E. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -OFFICE MGT NEWMAN CLUB I COMMERCE CLUB 2 HU, LOWELL C. M. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.-PERS AND IND REL. KA LEO CIRC. MGR . 3 AD DIR 4 COMMERCE CLUB I CHOIR 2 ISHIDA, THOMAS KATSUMl HONOLULU- OAHU MAJ -BANKING AND FIN. SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 CANTERBURY CLUB 1 316 HACHIKAWA, THOMAS HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ- MDSE. COMMERCE CLUB 2, 3. 4 YOUNG DEM CLUB 3, 4 HAYASHI, EDWARD N. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ— ACC. COMMERCE CLUB 1 YMCA 1 HEE, ROBERT H. C. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— ACC. COMMERCE CLUB 4 HEE, RODGER CHAN KANNO, EDDIE M. HILO. HAWAII MAJ.- PERS. AND IND. REL. HUl O HILO I KIMURA, RANDOLPH MA5AO ISHII, ROY I. IZUTANI, KIYOSHI OSAKA. JAPAN MAJ- MDSE. COSMO. CLUB 1. 2. 3 COMMERCE CLUB I. 2 JAY, BARRY F. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ- MDSE. SABRE AND CHAIN 3. KANEYAMA, ERNEST M. WAIMEA. KAUAI MAJ.- ACC. COMMERCE CLUB 3. 4 KAWASAKI, RICHARD M. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ, -BANKING AND FIN. COMMERCE CLUB 3. 4 ARNOLD AIR SOC. 3 4 KISHI, HARUO LAHAINA. MAUI MAJ.— ACC. COMMERCE CLUB 1. VETS CLUB 1 317 KISHI, YA5UTAMI HILO, HAWAII MAJ -PERS. AND IND REL HUl O HILO 1 KOJIMA, 5HOJI WAIPAHU OAHU MAJ -ACC COMMERCE CLUB 2. LEE, MAURICE DELAMORE VICTORIA, B C MAJ -GEN BUS COMMERCE CLUB 2 COSMO CLUB 3, 4 INT STUD ASSOC I VICE-PRES I d LEWIS, SYDNEY PAUL LIU, CLARENCE K. S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - GEN BUS COMMERCE CLUB 3 NEWMAN CLUB 3. 4 VETS CLUB LOO, CARLTON W. C. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PERS AND IND REL BASEBALL 1.2.3.4 McDonald, george a. KITAGAWA, ROY KURATA, WARREN E. LEONG, LORETTA K. C. MICHIAKI HONOLULU, OAHU HONOLULU OAHU MAJ.— PERS AND MAJ -GEN BUS IND. REL YANG CHUNG HUl I. 2. 3 KA PALAPALA 1.2 3 NEWMAN CLUB 1. 2. 3 COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2. 3 4 MEDEIROS, PATRICK P, HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ. -PERS AND INO REL. COMMERCE CLUB I. 2 NEWMAN CLUB t . 3 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 LUM, ALVIN K. U. LUNG, ALVIN Y. O. MATSUYOSHI, SHERMAN McCOMAS, DAVID Q. Mcpherson, arlean l. MINOBE, RICHARD T. HONOLULU. OAHU HONOLULU OAHU HIDEYO HONOLULU, OAHU SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA HAVAKUAPOKO, MAUI MAJ. -PERS. AND MAJ -OFFICE MGT HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -PERS AND MAJ -OFFICE MGT. MAJ — ACC IND. REL. PENG HUl 3, 4 MAJ. -PERS AND JND REL GAMMA CHI SIGMA !, 2. COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2. 3, 4 COMMERCE CLUB 3 COMMERCE CLUB 2. 3. 4 IND, REL YMCA 1 3. (PRES J 4 YOUNG DEM " CLUB 4 MUSIC CLUB 3. 4 KA LEO 4 COMMERCE CLUB 2. 3 PENG HUl 3. 4 TO 3. 4 318 SENIORS WELCOMED 1958 AT THE NEW YEAR ' S EVE DANCE. MIYAMOTO, GEORGE H. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ— GEN. BUS VMCA 1.2.3.4 COMMERCE CLUB I. 2. 3. d SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 CLASS COUN 3 MIYASHIRO, TAKEMI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -BANKING AND FIN NAKAMURA, ELLA R. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -ACC COMMERCE CLUB 1, 2, 4 NAKASATO, GEORGE I. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —BANKING AND FIN SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2. 3. 4 ASUH ELEC. COMM. 3 NELSON, JOHN L. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - ACC, NISHIOKA, SAXON HISAICHI PEARL CITV. OAhU MAJ -GEN. BUS, COMMERCE CLUB t. 2 ( VrCE-PRES. I 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. MIYAMOTO, ROGERS M. MUKAI, EUGENE S. NAKAMURA, SHUICHI NEKONISHI, CALVIN NISHIDA, DONALD M. NISHITA. NOeUICHI HARRY HONOLULU. OAHU HONOLULU, OAHU KONA. HAWAII SHIGEO KARA A. KAUAI MAJ. -ACC. MAJ -ACC. MAJ -ACC. COMMERCE CLUB 1 2. 3 4 MAJ. -BANKING AND FIN. COMMERCE CLUB 1, 2. 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 31 ' OGAWA, DONALD N. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ- ACC. Ol, ERNEST S. HONOLULU. OAH MAJ. ACC. COMMERCE CLUB 1 SABRE AND CHAIN OKAMOTO, BERNARD THOMAS OSHIRO, JOHN TSUGIO MOUNT VIEW. HAWAII MAJ— GEN. BUS. OGAWA, RAYMOND H. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.-MDSE. Ol, RONALD S. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -BANKING AND FIN, COMMERCE CLUB I OSHIRO, JOHN ISAMU HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ- ACC. COMMERCE CLUB 2. 3 PERSSON, PETER DAVID HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.-PERS. AND IND. REL. SHIGEZAWA, NATSUO WAILUKU, MAUI MAJ.-PERS. AND IND. REL. SHIMABUKURO, ELAtNE E. KAHALUU. OAHU MAJ. -OFFICE MGT. COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2. 3. 4 YWCA 3 SHIROMA, JAMES SEIKI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -PERS. AND IND. REL. COMMERCE CLUB 2. 3. 4 SHIROMA, ROBERT T. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ- PERS. AND IND REL. COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2 YMCA 1 . 2 SABRE AND CHAIN 3, 4 SIU, STANLEY Y. H. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -BANKING AND FIN. COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2 YMCA I . 2 TU CHIANG SHEH I. 2. 3. 4 SOGA, WALTER ICHIRO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -GEN. BUS. CLASS PRES, 3. 4. TREAS. 1. 2 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. . ASUH POSTER COMM. 1.2.3 SPIRIT AND RALLY COMM. 3 320 SAIKI, FRED SEIJI HONOLULU OAHU MAJ - GEN BUS. SAITO, BERNARD AKIO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -BANKING AND FIN. CANTERBURY CLUB t. 2. 3 SAKAMOTO, THOMAS Y. ■.VAN I A ' .VA, OAmU MAJ - ACC. COMMERCE CLUB I YMCA 1 YOUNG DEM. CLUB 4 SAKURAI, GEORGE SEICHI WArHAMU. OAmU MAJ. -ACC. COMMERCE CLUB I . SAKURAI, MARY H. HONOLULU OAMU MAJ - OFFrCE MGT COMMERCE CLUB 2. 3 YWCA I. 2. 3 WESLEY FOUN 2, 3 SATO, RAYMOND K. PEARL CITY, OAMU MAJ -BANKtNG AND FIN. SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 COMMERCE CLUB t. 2. 3. 4 YMCA 3, 4 ASUH ELEC. COMM 3 SANJUME, FREDERICK K. KANEOHE, OAHU MAJ, -GEN. BUS WESLEY FOUN. 2. 3. 4 COMMERCE CLUB 1 SATO, THOMAS YUKIO WAHIAWA. OAHU MAJ.— ACC. COMMERCE CLUB t. 2 3. PENCER, MELVIN EVERETT HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ. -BANKING AND FIN. STENDER, OSWALD KOFOAD HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.-PERS. AND INO. REL. VETS CLUB 1. 2. 3 FROSH COUNS. 2 STEPHEN, SYDNEY JAMES HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.-PERS, AND IND. REL. TANAKA. BERNARD Y. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— GEN, BUS. TOKUDA, ROBERT KENJI HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.- ACC. TOM, JEANETTE M. L. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -ACC. YWCA 1 COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2. : 321 TSUJIUCHI, CYNTHIA K. UEOKA, ROBERT HONOLULU. OAHU IWAO MAJ -ACC. i-.APAA. KAUAI MAJ.-ACC. HUI O HAUMANA 1. (PRES. • 2. 3 COMMERCE CLUB 3 ASUH SENATE 3 ASUH FIN. COMM. 3 SENIORS PLAYED AN IMPORTANT PART N THE MODEL UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY YAMADA, ELAINE S. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ -OFFICE MGT. YWCA 1 , 2 COMMERCE CLUB I. 2 322 YAMAGUCHI, TORU V. ' AIFAhU, OAHU MAJ. -GEN BUS COMMERCE CLUB 2 YAMANAKA, HENRY H. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.-ACC. COMMERCE CLUB I. 3 YMCA }. 2. 3 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 YAMANE, BERNICE KIYOKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ — ACC. UYEOKA, KATSUMI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - GEN BUS, RAINBOW YBA 2 COMMERCE CLUB 3. 4 WONG, ARTHUR YAI YICK WONG, GORDON TIN CHEE HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -BANKING AND FIN. NEWMAN CLUB 1 COMMERCE CLUB 1. 2 SABRE AND CHAIN 3, A KA PALAPALA BUS MGR 4 WONG, THEODORE K. T. HONOLULU OAh U MAJ MOSE YAMANE, WALTER S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ- GEN BUS. COMMERCE CLUB 2. 3, YANAGISAWA, RICHARD H. PAAU ILO, HAWAII MAJ - MDSE COMMERCE CLUB 3, i YEE, DONALD H. N. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ, -GEN. BUS. NEWMAN CLUB 3 COMMERCE CLUB 2 TU CHIANG SHEH 4 YOKOTE, ERIC HIROTAKA HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ACC COMMERCE CLUB I. 3 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. YOSHIOKA, KAZUO YOUNG, ALFRED W. H. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -GEN. BUS. YANAGI, YOSHIO WAILUKU. MAUI MAJ- GEN. BUS. YASUNAGA, CHARLES MITSUO JR. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - ACC. SIGMA LAMBDA 2. 3, U CLASS VICE-PRES 2 ASUH SENATE 3 YMCA 2. 3 YODA, ETHEL SUEKO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ - OFF ICE MGT. COMMERCE CLUB I. 2 YOKOYAMA, HARRY K. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ - GEN, BUS, COMMERCE CLUB 2. 4 YOSHIZAWA, IZUMI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. -ACC, COMMERCE CLUB I. 2 YOUNG, ESTELLE M HONOLULU. OAH MAJ.-PERS. AND IND. REL. HUl POOKELA , VICE-PRES 1 4 MUSIC CLUB 3 (TREAS.) 4 TG 3. 4 YANG CHUNG HUl 1 (VICE-PRES 1 2 323 ARITA, JUDITH S. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ — INST. MGT HOME EC CLUB 1, 2, YWCA 1 . 2 4.H CLUB 4 DUGAY, AUGUSTINA N. LANAI CITY LANAI MAJ — INST MGT. ALPHA OMICRON I. 2, 3 HOME EC CLUB 1,2.3,4 2ETA PI ZETA 4 College of Agriculture HARADA, KIKUO HANALEI KAUAI MAJ — GEN AGR. AGGIE CLUB 3. 4 BAPTIST STUD UNION 1.2.3, ( PRES I 4 HIGA, RAYMOND T. 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HAWAI I MAJ —VOC HOME EC HUl O MALE LAULIMA 1. 2 HOME EC CLUB t . 2. ITREAS J 3. 4 4-H CLUB 1 . 2 GOO, PETER K. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ —GEN AGR HADANO, MASAO AIEA OAHU MAJ -SOIL SCI NEWMAN CLUB 2. 3. AGGIE CLUB 3. 4 THE SENIOR CLASS ENTRY IN THE HOMECOMING JALOPV PARADE. KAWAMURA, KENNETH FUKIO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ —TROP CROP PROD a-H CLUB 4 GGIE CLUB 2, 3. 4 LPHA BETA 3. 4 325 KONO, JOYCE M. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ.— GEN. HOME EC- HOME EC. CLUB 1. 2. 3. •: YWCA 1. 2. 3 CLASS SOC. COMM. I. 2. (CHRMN.) 3 KUNISHI, ROBERT K. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— ENTOM, AGGfE CLUB 3. 4 LAU, HENRY T. S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ — AGR. EC. LOEHR, CARLA JANE HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— HOME EC. PHI SIGMA RHO 1. 2. 3 HOME EC. CLUB 4 MAMIYA, ANNA Y. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —INST. MGT. HOME EC CLUB 2. 3. MED TECH. CLUB 1 4-H CLUB 4 MIYAMOTO, DORIS KEIKO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— INST. MGT. YWCA 1 RAINBOW YBA 2. 3. 4 HOME EC. 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OAHU MAJ —TROP- CROP PROD ARNOLD AIR SOC. 3. 4 326 EVEN SZMORS HAVE TO STUDY fEHARA, SHARON YUKIKO WATANABE, YOSHIO YAMANE, GEORGE YANG, MODESTO G. YODA, HARRY H. YOSHIDA, RICHARD S v. A IPAHU, OAHU HONOLULU, OAHU QUEZON CITY. P. 1. HONOLULU. OAHU PAHOA. HAWAII ' ■A 1 - GEN. HOME EC. MAJ --SOIL SCI MAJ —ANIMAL SCI. MAJ.— GEN AGR, MAJ— SOIL SCI •• ■ EC CLUB 1 . 2 A 4.H CLUB 1 . 2. 3. 4 HALE O KANE 3 AGGIE CLUB 3. 4 4-H CLUB 1. 2. 3. 4 AGGIE CLUB 1.2.3.4 AGGIE CLUB 3. 4 INT STUD ASSOC. 3. 4 ALPHA BETA 4 4-H CLUB 4 AGGIE CLUB 1. 2. 3. A 327 College of Applied Science ARAKAKI, DAVID JIRO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ — MATH. ARAKAKI, MAY REIKO HILO. HAWAII MAJ —NURSING HUr KAHU MAI I. 2. 3. 4 DOI, STANLEY TOSHtO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —CIVIL ENG. CHI EPSILON 3, 4 ASCE 2. 3, 4 ARNOLD AIR SOC. FO, MYRA LAM HONOLULU , OAHU MAJ — NURSING FUJIMOTO, HARRIET A. H ILO. HAWAII MAJ — NURSING HUl KAHU MAI 1.2.3.4 ra:nbow yba i, 2 FURUKAWA, HAROLD HIROMI HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ —CIVIL ENG- ASCE 2. 3. 4 FURUTA, JACK HATSUYOSHI LAUPAhOEHOE, HAWAII MAJ — MED TECH MED TECH CLUB I. 2. 3 RAINBOW YBA I HA, YOUNG SOO HEDRICK, ROBERT WALTON COLUMBUS, OHIO MAJ —GEN ENG HIGA, VIOLET F. MOUNT VIEW, HAWAII MAJ — REC LDRSHIP. HEPER CLUB 3. 4 HUl O HILO 3. 4 HIGAKI, KAORU HONOMU. HAWAII MAJ. — CIVIL ENG. ASCE I. 2. 3. 4 HIROKAWA, GERALD A. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ— CIVIL ENG. ASCE 1 . 2. 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 4 328 ARAKAKI, MORRIS A. BRAMHAll, GROVER CHANG, BARBARA C. F. CHEW, LORINDA F. CHUN, TIT KWONG CRIVEllO, PETtR WAIANAE, OAHU COLLINS WAN lAWA, OAHU OAKLAND CALIFORNIA HONOLULU OAHU HONOMU HAWAII MAJ. — CIVIL ENG MAJ -MED TECH. MAJ — NURSING MAJ —CIVIL ENG MAJ. — CIVIL ENG A5CE 1. 2. 3. 4 HEPER CLUB 3 ASCE 1. 2 3 COSMO CLUB 2 3 4 INT STUD ASSOC 4 ASCE 1. 2. 3. 4 HAYASHI, PATSY K. 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OAHU MAJ — REC LDRSHIP, TE CHIH SHEH 1.2.3,4 HEPER CLUB I. 2. 3. 4 WAA 1, 2. 3. 4 LUM, FREDERICK SAN WAI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ CIVIL ENG HUl O ARCHITECTURE J ASCE 1 . 2. 3, 4 NEWMAN CLUB 1. 2 LYAU, RAYMOND K. S. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ— GEN ENG. ASCE I. 2, 3. 4 KA LEO I. 2. 3. 4 KA PALAPALA 1.2,3,4 MARS 3, 4 MATSUO, PAUL T. LIHUe, KAUAI MAJ —CIVIL ENG RADIO CLUB 3. 4 YMCA I. 2 ASCe I. 2. 3. 4 331 KArLUA, OAHU MAJ. — CIVIL ENG ASCE t . 2. 3, 4 HO.-JOLULU , OAH MAJ— NURSrNG P A H O A HAWAII MAJ — REC LDRSHIP ALPHA OMICRON (PRES.l CLASS PUB CHRMN. 3 PAN-PAC PUB. REL, CHRMN 2 ALPHA PHI OMEGA I SEC 4 HONOLULU OAH MAJ— CIVIL ENG ASCE I. 2. 3. 4 YMCA 1.2.3 MUSIC CLU8 2. 3 MIYAZONO, KENNETH M. HONOLULU OAH U MAJ — CIVIL ENG ASCE I. 2. 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 4 MORIMOTO, CLARENCE TADASHI •■. AiLUKU , MAUI MAJ— GEN ENG. ASCE 1,2,3 W- ' ESLEY FOUND NAKAMURA, JEAN Y. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ — NURSING HUl KAHU MAI 1.2.3.- NAKAMURA, SANAE HILO HAWAII MAJ — MED, TECH NAKANISHI, DONALD T. HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ —GEN ENG ASCE 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 3. 4 NISHIKI, LENORE K. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —NURSING CANTERBURY CLUB 1. 2. HUl KAHU MAI 1. 2. 3. 4 NISHIMOTO, PAUL TOSHIO HAKALAU. HAWAII MAJ —REC. LDRSHll ALPHA PHI OMEGA 2, HUl O HILO 2. 3 4 RAINBOW YBA 3. 4 NOSE, JANE T. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —REC LDRSHIP YWCA 1.2.34 HEPER CLUB 3. 4 332 MORISHIGE, DORIS 5. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ— NURSING MORIYAMA, JANE KIMIE HONOLULU OAMU MAJ — MED, TECH ETA LAMBDA KAPPA 3 MURAKAMI, HARRY H. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ —CIVIL ENG. ASCe t . 2, 3. 4 CHI EPSiLON 3. 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 4 NAGANO, CLARA MAKIKO HONOLULU, OAHU MAJ -MED TECH MED TECH CLUB 2 ETA LAMBDA KAPPA 3 NAHOOPII, SAMUEL P. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ,— REG. LDRSHlP. FOOTBALL 2 SWIMMING 1.2,3,4 NEPER CLUB 2. 3. 4 NAKAGAWA, MASAJI HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— MED. TECH. NAKAGAWA, RICHARD Y. LANIKAI. OAHU MAJ.— CIVIL ENG ASCE I, 2, 3, 4 YMCA 1. 2. 3 NAKAMURA, ALICE M. HILO, HAWAII MAJ — NURSING HIM KAHU MA) 1,2.3.-: )UCHI, DORIS YURIKO SPRECKELSVILLE, MAUI MAJ —NURSING KAHU MAI I . 2. 3. 4 OKUNAMI, ROYDEN MITSUTO H ILO, HAWAI I MAJ —REG LDRSHlP. HEPER CLUB 3. ( PRES i HUl O HILO 2. 3. 4 ONZUKA, KAY KAUAI MAJ — NURSING OTSUKI, PATSY TERUKO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ,— NURSING HUl KAHU MAI 1.2.3,4 HSNA 2. 3 HUl POOKELA 3, 4 333 SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL ANDREW Nil. EDWARD KAWAMOTO. HENRY YAMANAKA. ELEANOR OSHIRO. WALTER SOCA. GLADYS CHINEN, WILLIAM KWON. JtM PROSSER. SMUNZO SAKAMAKI (ADVISOR). SHIGEMURA, ROBERT SHIKINA, CHOFU SHIMIZU, KIYOKO SHIN, SALOME YOUNC YUKIO PUUNENE. MAUI PAHOA, HAWAJI HONOLULU OAHU HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ — REC. LDRSHIP MAJ —MED, TECH. MAJ —REG LDRSHIP MAJ — GEN. ENG. ETA LAMBDA KAPPA 3 BETA BETA GAMMA I, 2 ASCE 1. 2, 3. 4 CHOIR 4 NEWMAN CLUB I HEPER CLUB 1 . 2 334 PAI, WILLIAM P. H. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ —CIVIL ENG PETERSON, MARTHA T. VVAHIAWA OAHU MAJ — NURSING HUt KAHU MAI 3. A RAMARUI, DAVID SAKAI, ETHEL i MASAE TARMAU HONOLULU OAHU KOROR WESTERN MAJ — MEO TECH CAROLINE IS MAJ — ANTHRO COSMO CLUB 1.2.3 HALE O KANE 2. 3 NEWMAN CLUB 4 5AKAITANI, TERRY SEICHi SAKAMOTO, EDITH SHIGEKO PAIA. MAUI MAJ — NURSING HUl KAHU MAI 1.2.: SATO, HAROLD SADAO OOKALA. HAWAII MAJ —CIVIL ENG ASCE 2. 3. 4 SATO, KENNETH K. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —MED TECH SHINTAKU, SHIZUO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ. — CIVIL ENG. ASCE 2. 3. 4 SH1SHIDO, KAZUO LAWRENCE PAIA, MAJ - MAUI ZOOLOGY SIU, LAWRENCE WAH JUN HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ— AD ART TRI ALPHA 1.2.3.4 ASTERISK 2-3, 4 SABRE AND CHAIN 4 YMCA 1 SODETANI, EUGENE T. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —CIVIL ENG, YMCA I ASCE 1.2.3 4 SOUZA, INEZ NOBREGA HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ — REC LDRSHtP. NEWMAN CLUB t KE ANUENUE 2. 3 STANLEY, FLORENCE ANNE HATSUKO HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ — NURSING 335 TAKAAZE, FLORENCE SACHIKO HONOLULU OAHU MAJ — MED TECH. CANTERBURY CLUB 1. HEPER CLUB 3 i TAKARA, ELEANOR TAEKO TAKITA CHARLES S. TERA OA, HERBERT MASATO TOMINAGA, TEUANE UYEDA, JEAN A. HILO. HAWAII PAIA. MAU 1 HONOLULU. OAHU NELSON HONOLULU, HAWAII MAJ -MED TECH. MAJ, -CIVIL ENG MAJ —CIVIL ENG HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —NURSING SCE t 2. 3. 4 ASCE 4 MAJ —GEN. ENG. ASCE 1. 2. 3 NEWMAN CLUB 1,2,3. HUl KAHU MAI 1,2,3. YWCA J WONG, KEKNETH W. C. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ.— CIVIL ENG. ASCE 3. 4 SA8RE AND CHAIN 4 NEWMAN CLUB 1 , 2 WONG, REUBEN S. F, WON5, WALDO SUN JAKE YASUHARA, HERBERT M. YIM, GEORGE W. Y. HONOLULU. OAHU HONOLULU, OAHU HILO. HAWAII HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ -CIVIL ENG MAJ —GEN ENG MAJ -REG LDF.SHIP MAJ -CIVIL ENG- PENG HUl 1 . 2. 3. 4 HUl O HILO 3. 4 PHl DELTA SIGMA 1. 2 3. 4 ASCE 3, 4 HEPER CLUB 3. 4 STUD- COURT 2. 2. 4 BASKETBALL 4 BOG 2 336 UYEHARA, FRANK KIYOSHI HONOLULU OAHU MAJ —CIVIL ENG A5CE 1.2.3.4 WALKER, BILLIE JEANNE CORPUS CHRISTI. TEXAS MAJ — NURSING flOTC SPONSOR 2 GAMMA CHI SIGMA 3. 4 HUl KAHU MAI 1.2 3,4 HSNA 1. 2. 3. 4 WASADA, WALLACE I. HONOLULU OAHU MAJ —CIVIL ENG. ASCE 1.2.3.4 WON, HERBERT K. H. HONOLULU. OAHU MAJ —CIVIL ENG. ASCE 2 IT ' S JUST GOT TO BE ROCK " N ROLL MUSIC JANN YUEN REAL DEAN EACH YEAR THE TITLE REAL DEAN IS BESTOWED UPON THOSE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS WHO HAVE BEEN ABLE, NOT ONLY TO MAINTAIN GOOD SCHOLASTIC STANDING, BUT WHO HAVE ALSO PARTICIPATED ACTIVELY THROUGHOUT THEIR COLLEGIATE CAREERS IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS BECAUSE THEY HAVE PLAYED AN INTEGRAL PART IN UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS AND HAVE HELPED TO DEVELOP AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE HIGHEST TYPE OF LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE. THESE STUDENTS ARE DESERVING OF THIS HIGHEST AWARD BESTOWED BY THE ASUH THIS YEAR THE TITLE REAL DEAN WAS WON BY JANN YUEN •■339 Senior Activity Award Winners RONALD AU 340 T HERBERT HORIUCHl GEORGE HiGA 341 Senior Activity WILLIAM KWON ROBERT :WAI 342 Aware Whinners KATHERINE SH 1M ABU KU RO BERNARD SAITO 343 WALTER SOGA REUBEN WONG Senior Activity Award Winners 344 Junior Activity Award Winners H£NRY IWASA BERNAOfNE TOM ■ | I Sophomore Activity Award Winners JANET HlftAOKA 346 Freshmen Activity Award Winners v -id -m ' i ■ I CLEMENT FUJIMOTO THOMAS KATSUVOSHI 347 f ■-Pft WINIFRED LEONG KA LEO O HAWAII Department Award Winners MARILYN KAM ART 348 INDEX a ABBOTT. AGATIN 28 ABE. HARRY 1 15 ABE, NANCY 159 ABE, NANCY Y. 157 ACHI, MORTON 202 ACOBA, PRIMO 78, 112. 314 ADA, FRANCISCO 151. 156 ADACHI, LORNA 99. 138 ADACHI, MARION 300 ADANIYA, RUTH 300 ADLAWAN, DEUFIN 134 ADLER. JACOB I 16 AGENA, KAZUO 155 AGRICULTURE CLUB 143 AGUIL, EDNA 301 AHANA, AUDREY 155 AHANA CAROL 122, 30I AHANA, JANICE 122 AHANA, VALERIE 155 AHN. DARYL 126. 254 ANN. JOY 63. 122 AHN. LORNA 159 AHYOU, LILLIAN CAROL 121 AIONA, DARROW 148 AIZAWA, ELOISE 147, 151 AJIMURA, RUTH 30 1 AKAKA. PUANANI 254, 264 AKAU. ESTERAE 125 AKEO. LESTER 178, 185 AKIMOTO, JAMES 156 AKIYAMA. ELEANOR 121, 314 AKIYAMA. HELENE 139 ALMEIDA, RAY 2 15 ALOIAU EDWINA 101, 123 ALPHA BETA I lO ALPHA OMICRON 161 ALPHA PHI OMEGA 132 ALPHA SIGMA NU 127 AMAI, ARLEIGH 115 135 AMAI JOYCELYN 314 AMARAL ETHYL 30 1 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 140. 141 ANAMI, JANE 255, 265 ANDO. KENNETH 154 ANZAI. NEIL 314 ANZAI. SHIGERU GEORGE 207. 209. 220 AOKI. ALBERT 154. 314 AOKI. DENNIS 314 AOKI. EARL 158 AOKI. EDWIN 314 AOKI. GEORGE 115 AOKI. JANICE 301 AOKI. MITSUO 28 AONO. STANLEY 154 ARAL YOICHI 162. 290 ARAL YOICHI 290 ARAKAKI. DAVID 152. 328 ARAKAKI, GEORGE 112 301 ARAKAKI, JAMES 3 14 ARAKAKI, MAE 300 ARAKAKI, MAY 137, 328 ARAKAKI, MILES 156 ARAKAKI, MORRIS 141, 329 ARAKAKI, RODNEY 154 ARAKAKI, RUTH 151, 300 ARAKI. DOUGLAS 147 ARAKI, FRED 158 ARASHIRO GEORGE 155 ARM, HAROLD 300 ARITA, AMY 139 ARITA, JUDITH 324 ARIZALA, GARY 155 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 114. US ARRISGADO. MAURICE 52 ASARI, MAVIS 157, 273 ASATO JAMES 279 ASATO. JAMES S, 273 ASATO LYDIA 290 ASHIDA ISAO 300 •ASPINWALL. DOROTHY 28 ♦DENOTES FACULTY OR NON-STUDENT ASUH SENATE 50. 51 AU. DAVID 132 AU. GORDON 132 AU. LORETTA 65 AU. PATSY 52 AU, PETER 140 AU, RONALD 50, 88, 112, 291, 340 AUERBACH, MARK 315 AWARDS COMMITTEE 57 BABCOCK, LAURA 138 BALMORES, MARY 124. 161 BAND 104 " BANNER ALBERT 25 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 155 BAQUERING, NANCY 151 BARCINA, CONCIETA 124, 161 BARENG, AVELINO 161, 162 BARGAMENTO, SHIRLEY 291 BARNES, ANNE BETSY 254. 258 BARON, BARTH 50, 217. 273 BARTOLOME, FLORENTINO 162 BASS. THOMAS 165 BELLO. ERENIO 140 BENTLEY, LUCIE 80 BERDON, SICTUS 156 BERENS, BETTY BERMUDEZ, GLORIA 122 ■BERNATOWICZ, ALBERT 29, 116, 126 BERRY, PEGGY 1 25 BETA BETA GAMMA 126 BEYERS. OTTO 35 BITNER. HAROLD 23. 49, 111, 224 BLAKE. BETTY 125 BLAKENEY, DARLENE 93 254 BLANCO, CATALINA 254, 259 BOARD OF ATHLETIC CONTROL 224 BOARD OF DEBATE AND FORENSICS 88 BOARD OF GOVERNORS 55 BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS 56 BOHNER, RICHARD 164 BOOTH, EVIE 300 BOTELHO. DONALD 131, 177, 178, 190, 315 BOUSLOG, CHARLES 29, 117 " BOWERS, NEAL 29 BOWMAN, LEE CLAIRE 121 BOXING TEAM 215 BOYD, HUBERT 148 BRAMHALL, GROVER 329 BRODIE, MYRTLE 25 BROUGHTON. WILLIAM 207. 208 BROWN. THERESA 150 BRUYERE. WALTER 90 BRYANT. CAROL 125 BRYANT. LARRY 165 BUCHANAN. ELIZABETH 253 BUDD, WILLIAM 315 BUFFINS, ROBERT 291 BULATAO. JOSE 60. 156. 300 BULATAO. ROSELIND BARBARA 161. 255 BURACK. EMANUEL 90 BURGESS. RICHARD 136, 291 ■■BURKLAND, REYNOLDS 22 BURNS, SHARON 125 BUSHNELL, OSWALD 23 CAINDEC DONALD 134 CALAYCAY, PERSEPHONE 124 161. 162 CALLAWAY. RICHARD L, 132 CALLEJO, ANDRE 164 CAMERA, JULES JR 185, 220 CANTERBURY CLUB 154 CAPE, KAY 193 CARDOZA, FAITH 315 CARIAGA. MELVIN 75. 136. 161 CARNS. MARY 151. 255. 260 CARPENTER, IWALANI 125, 254 CARPER, DORIS 137 CARR, ELIZABETH 116 CARREON, JOSE 291 CARROLL, SHIRLEY 165 CARVALHO, MARIAN 291 CASHIN, VIRGINIA 290 CASTANEDA, DON 133 CASTILLO, ARLENE 124, 161. 255 CHAMBERLAIN, BYRON 290 CHAMBERLAIN, MIKE CHAMBERLAIN, YVONNE 121 CHANG. ALVIN 142, 315 CHANG, ANDREW 140 CHANG, BARBARA 329 CHANG, BEATRICE 121 CHANG, CAROL 155 CHANG. EUNICE 1 50 CHANG. FRANK 140 CHANG. GARY 115 CHANG. GILBERT 315 CHANG. HARRY 301. 349 CHANG. IRENE 142. 315 CHANG. LEONARD 151 CHANG. LINFORD 140. 156 CHANG. MARCIA M, H, 162 CHANG, MERVYN 202 CHANG, MILTON 52. 130 CHANG, MURIEL 147 CHANG, NORMAN 130. 156 CHANG, RUTH 136 CHANG, SAMUEL 290 CHAPMAN, IAN 290 CHAR. AUDREY 49. 58. 60. 61, 66. 1 19. 301 CHAR. CYNTHIA 1 19 CHARLOT. JEAN 151 CHASE. GERALDINE 116 CHEE. ALFRED 62. 75. 92, 111. 112, 315 CHEE, ANNETTE 55 CHEE DIANA 123 CHEE, PERCIVAL 111. 290 CHEE, ROBERT 1 30 CHEN, PETER 217 CHEW, LORINDA 329 CHINEN GLADYS 301, 334 CHINEN, HARRIET 138 CHINEN, IRENE 301 CHINEN, MELVIN 164 CHING, ANITA 77, 150 CHING BARBARA 117, 118, 301 CHING, CAROLEE 123, 146 CHING, DAVID 315 CHING, ELAINE 119. 223. 249 CHING, ELIZABETH 123, 255. 261 CHING. GLORIA 138 CHING, HAN 74, 135 CHING, HUNG WAI 22 CHING, JAMES 88 CHING JO ANN 122 CHING, LOREEN 273 CHING, MARJORIE 151 CHING, MERNA 63. 119, 192, 223 CHING, PATRICIA 301 CHING, WAI LING 78, 95, 119. 223, 248 CHINN, SALWYN 140 CHIU, ARTHUR 117 CHOCK, COLIN 177, 178, 194 CHOCK LEATRICE 300 CHOIR 103 CHONG CEDRIC 135, 271, 278, 279 CHONG, ELIZABETH 140 CHONG, KENNETH H M, 142, 315 CHONG, LEONIE 271, 272. 273 CHONG, LOIS 155 350 CHONG LYFORD 164 CHONG ROBERTA 119 CHONG SYLVIA 77. 148 CHORUS 102 CHOW, HAROLD 315 CHOYE MAY 162 CHU, BETTY LOU 300 CHU. GEORGE 29 CHU. PATRICIA 150 CHU. RAYMOND 315 CHUN. ANDREW 130 CHUN. BARBARA 78. 119, 290 CHUN ELAINE 119. 300 CHUN HANNIN ISO CHUN HERMAN 291 CHUN, JEAN 139 CHUN. LAWRENCE 112. 135. 314 CHUN. LILOREN 123. 254 CHUN. SANDRA 99. 119. 251 CHUN. SYLVIA 285 CHUN. TIT KWONG 140 162 329 CHUN. YOUNG 314 CHUNG. FRANKLIN 142. 314 CHUNG. LOWELL 134 CHUNG, MEI CHIH 57, 148, 291 CHUNG. ROGER 135 CLARK, GENEVIEVE 55 CLAUS, CAROL 99 CLOPTON, ROBERT W 35 117 COLE, HAROLD 212 COLLEGE MAGAZINE CLUB 165 COMMERCE CLUB 142 CONNORS, JAMES 291 COX, J, HALLEY 55 CRADDICK, EDGAR 291 CRIVELLO PETER 329 CRONIN. PAT 217 CROWELL. CROMWELL 134 CROYDON FREDERIC 129 CRUZ NORMAN 127. 143 CUMMINGS GEORGE 165 DAGUIO. ALFREDO 161 DALIGDIG JUDY 139 DALTON. DANIEL 200. 213 DANIELS, SUSAN 25 DART. FLAVIANA 145 DAVIS 90 DECRISTOFARO. ELEANOR 138 DELACRUZ, VICENTE 134. 314 DELANEY. KATHLEEN 159 DeLIMA. ABNER 131. 178 DeLUZ, ALFRED 134 DENTON BLANCHE 151 DEPARTMENT AWARD WINNERS 348. 349 DERR. GLENN 178. 186 DESILET. ALVIN 96, 114 DeSILVA. PAULINE 125 DIAMOND. KENT 165 DILAG. VIRGINIA 124 DILLENBECK, BETTE 300 DIRIGIE, ELIZABETH 162 DISTAJO RUDOLPH 112 DOI, ELLEN 300 DOI JEAN 150 DOI. JUNE 155 DOI. ROY 155 DOI. STANLEY 141. 328 DOI, WILLIAM 73. 79. 134 DOLE. ARTHUR 25 DOMINGO. ANCELMO 273 DOMINGO. ELIZABETH 124. 161 DOTY EDOUARD 164 DRENNAN EDWARD 74 142. 314 DRILL TEAM CLUB 164 DRIVES COMMITTEE 65 DUARTE LORRAINE 151 DUDLEY. JESSIE 316 DUGAY, AUGUSTINA 124, 146 324 DUGGAN REGINA 165 DULAY CORAZON 124 DULAY FLORANTE 140 DUNN LEE 316 DURATE. LORRAINE 159 DYER. MASU 162 165 •EAGERS. JOSEPH JR 90 EBESUGAWA. YASUE 159. 162 EBISUYA, FRANCES 300 EGE CAROLE 136, 165. 291 EGUCHI. PATRICIA 155 ELECTIONS COMMITTEE 58 ELIKEWELA, YASATILEKA 162 ELLIS, WANDA 1 17 EMES. ARTHUR 59 ENDO. ALBERT 112. 143. 325 ENDO, EMMALINA 138 ENDO, ROBERT 54, 78 ENOKI. KENNETH 291 ENOMOTO, ROBERT 207 ERNST, EARLE 29 ETTER, BARBARA ANN 125 EVERLEY, HUBERT 23, 34 FEDALIZO, ROSEMARIE 124, 161 FELIX, LORRAINE 151 FELLOWS. RONALD 165 ' FERGUSON. JOHN 23. 55. 116 FERNANDES. ERNEST 129 FERNANDEZ, ALFRED 134, 290 FERNANDEZ, KANE HI, 129, 213, 316 FREAR HALL 159 FISHER FRANK PAUL 101, 115 FLANDERS, MARY JO 251 FLORES. JOHN PHILLIP 164 FO MYRA SAU YAU LAM 328 FORBES, FRANKLIN SIMS SO, 79. 132. 224 FOSTER. SAMUEL STRATTON 178. 179. 220 FOX. WILLIAM 213 FRANK EDITH 125 FRESHMAN ACTIVITY AWARD WINNERS 347 FRITSCHE. YVONNE ANNETTE 125 FROST, JACKIE 125 FUCHIGAMI. NELLIE TOMIKO 154 FUCHIKAMI. DORIS KIYOKO 157 FUJII, ELLA MIYOKO 302 FUJII. ELSIE TOKUKO 302 FUJIKAWA, JEAN TOMOKO 154 FUJIKI, HELEN KEIKO 325 FUJIMORI, GLADYS TAMIE 154 FUGIMORI, HARRY MAMORU 64, 65, 66 FUJIMOTO, ALICE SUMIE 290 FUJIMOTO. BETSY NORIKO 56. 120. 139 FUJIMOTO. CLEMENT TETSUO SO. 62. 273. 347 FUJIMOTO. EDITH MISAO 302 FUJIMOTO. HARRIET AYAKO 137. 328 FUJIMOTO. MAURICE MINORU 158. 164 FUJIMURA, JEAN SACHIKO 302 FUJINO. TOKUYA 162 FUJIOKA. ETHEL YAEKO 157 FUJIOKA. GEORGE HISAICHI 52. 148 FUJIOKA. JAMES KENICHI 1 40 FUJIOKA, LEATRICE MICHIE 139 FUJIOKA, YOSHITO 316 FUJIUCHI. GUY 302 FUJIWARA, RICHARD 316 FUJIYOSHI, YOSHIKAZU 165. 290 FUKUI. WILFRED 316 FUKUMOTO ALVIN 207 FUKUMOTO. AMY 325 FUKUNAGA. IRVING 290 FUKUOKA, BARBARA 148 FUKUSHIMA. ALBERT 132, 154 FUKUSHIMA. ALTHA EVA 154 FUKUSHIMA. DONALD 316 FUNAKOSHI ELEANOR 138 FUNAKOSHI. JANE 152 FUNASAKI. GERALD 142 FUNASAKI. WALTER 142 FUNAYAMA. LILA IWANAGA 62. 121. 145. 303 FUNES. ROBERT ALLEN 133 200. 212. 213 FUNG ARLENE 119. 302 FUNG. PAUL 217 FURUKAWA. GERALDINE 255 FURUKAWA. GRACE 303 FURUKAWA. HAROLD 328 FURUNO. DOROTHY 77 138 FURUTA. JACK 328 FURUTA. KATHLEEN 154 FUSE. SHIRLEY 303 g GABORNO. MODESTO 162 GALANG, CAROLYN 147 GALLAGHER. GEORGE EDWARD 151 GAMMA CHI SIGMA 121 GARALDE. LUCIA 151 161 GARCIA. MALCOLM 61 GARCIA. RAYMOND 303 GAYAGAS, EDWIN 134. 213 GAYNOR, PAMELA 193 GEE, MARY ANN 155 GEORGE. HENRY 178. 184 GEORGE. NOLAN 131. 176 178 GEORGE. TALBOT 178. 184 GILTAMAG. SAMUEL 156 GINOZA. HARRY KEISUKE 152 GLEASON. EUGENE 129 CLICK. CLARENCE 124 GLICK. JAMES 1 16 GLOVER. LEE 116 GOMES. MARY 151 GOO. GEEHOU 139 GOO. GRETCHEN 157 GOO. JANICE 147 GOO. MILTON 56 72. 76. 113. 128. 132. 142. 316 GOO. PETER 325 GOO, ROBIN 112, 128. 290 GOODMAN, DIAN 217 GOTO, BARON 25 GOTO. CAROL 57. 137 GOTO. FRANCES 147 GOUVEIA, MEREDYTH 255 GOVERNMENT FELLOWSHIP 144 GOYA, HARRY 1 12, 290 GRAUMANN, HEDELIES 145 GREENE, EDWARD JR 96 GUILLERMO, SALLY 124 161 GUM. LAURETTA 303 HA. GWENDOLYNNE 72 126. 251. 252 259 HA. YOUNG SOO 328 HACHIKAWA THOMAS 317 HADAMA. RICHARD 131. 303 HADANO. MASAO 325 HALE LAULIMA 1 60 HALL, BARBARA ANN 292 HAMADA JEAN YONEKO 302 HAMAISHI. JUNE 302 HAMAMOTO. ELVA 95 HANAKAWA. LEATRICE 155 HANAOKA, GARY 133 HANCHETT, HARRY 178 HANDLEY. KATHERINE 25. 30 HANNA. GERALD 136 HANNA. JOHN 136 HAO. LOUIS 131. 200. 292 HARA. ELLEN 159 HARA. JEANNE 154. 159 HARADA AMY 147 HARADA, ELLEN 139 HARADA GRACE 66. 72 DENOTES FACULTY OR NON-STUDENT 351 HARADA. HOWARD 292 HARADA IRENE I5S HARADA JANET 303 HARADA KIKUO 155. 324 HARAGUCHI. FUSAYO 72 HARAGUCHI JANET 303 HARAGUCHI SALLY LAU 99 HARIMOTO JEAN 292 HARRIS, J 155 HARUKI. JEAN 155 HASEGAWA BARBARA 303 HASEGAWA. KATHERINE 303 HAYAKAWA NAOMI 159 HAYASE STANLEY 62. 136. 154 HAYASHI CAROLE 66. 157 HAYASHI EDWARD 317 HAYASHI PATSY 137. 329 HAYASHI ROSE 151 HAZAMA DAVID 146 HEDRICK ROBERT 328 HEE ARLENE 66 157 HEE ROBERT 317 HEE RODGER 317 HEE RODNEY 128 HEE VIRGINIA 75 88 HENRY. BETHWEL 156 HEPER CLUB 163 HERMANSON AMANOA 257 HASSIAN. THOMAS 316 HESSIAN. SHIELA 125 HEW. GEORGE 303 H ICKS. LESLIE 22 HIDA. MIAKI VIOLET 154 HIGA. GEORGE 56. 93 111. 1 12. 292. 341 HIGA HARRY 57 HIGA JANET 303 HIGA KATHERINE 303 HIGA. RAYMOND IIO. 112 207. 324 HIGA. SHIRLEY 324 HIGA. VIOLET 328 HIGAKI. KAORU 140. 328 HIGAKI. TADASHI HO. 143. 324 HIGASHI ALBERT 147 HIGASHIHARA. ELLEN 139 HIGASHIONNA RYOKICHl 109 HIGUCHI, JANET 66 HIGUCHI. JOYCE 155 HIGUCHI. KENNETH Z07 HINCKLEY. ALDEN 151 HINES RANDOLPH 90 HIRABAYASHI ELLEN 292 HIRAI, MERLE 139 HIRAI. PATRICIA 303 HIRAI RICHARD 154. 163 HIRAMOTO. JEAN 154. 302 HIRANO MELVIN 207. 208 HIRAOKA. JANET 50. 62 271 278 279. 346 HIRAOKA PAUL 164 HIRASA BARBARA 316 HIRASA. ELSIE 148 HIRATA ALMA 136 292 HIRATA EDWIN 145 HIRATA HERBERT 99, 114 HIRATA. NAOMI 155 HIROKANE NANCY 155 HIROKAWA GERALD 140 141 328 HIRONAGA PATRICK 141. 329 HIROSE STANLEY 154. 163 HIROSHIGE EVELYN 155 HIROTSU. EVELYN 142 HIROUJl, PATRICIA 292 HIROZAWA TERUKO JANET ISO 292 HUl PATRICIA 52 122 HIYANE, JAMES 324 HO. ANNIE 303 HO. EVELYN 77. 138 HO. FRANCIS PUI WAI 136 HO. MARIAN 155 HO. MAUREEN 138 HO, PETER 162 HO. ROBERTA 149 HO. VIOLET 151 HOAG RICHARD 52 142 156 HOBSON, TED 292 HOE IVANELLE 216 217 HOLCK, ROY 112. 302 HOLMES WILFRED 117 HOLOKAI BENJAMIN 178 181, 213 HOMECOMING COMMITTEE 61 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 146 HONDA BESSIE 302 HONDA RICHARD 158 HONG CHARLES 142 HONG LAUREEN 79. 119 223 HONJO RALPH 155 HOPKINS CHARLES HOPE. WILLIAM 143 HOPKINS JEANNETTE 101 HORl DANIEL 330 HORIKE. GEORGE 132 HORITA RAYMOND 142 154 HORIUCHI. HERBERT 49 111 292 341 HORIUCHI. RUTH 138 HOSAKA DONALD 302 HOSHIDE JUDITH 137. 330 HOSHIDE. LEILANI 139 HOSHOR. JOHN 30 HOSOKAWA. WALTER 115 140 HOU. GERALDINE 63. 193 HOWE. NELLENE 125 HU. BARBARA 302 HU LOWELL 74. 316 HUBBARD LELA 125 HUGHES, LEONARD 96 HUl KAHU MAI 138. 139 HUl LOKAHI 131 HUl O ' ARCHITECTURE 144 HUl O- HAUMANA 158 HUl O- HILO 163 HUl POOKELA 1 18 HULING MICHAEL 165 HUMPHREYS. RICHARD 142 HUNT. ROBERT 96 IBARA KENNETH 95 112. 141 IBOSHI. KENNETH 164 ICHIOKA. STANLEY SAICHI 158 ICHIYAMA RALPH 140 IDEMOTO GEORGE 147 IGARASHI RICHARD 324 IGE. THOMAS 25 IHARA MABEL 302 IKEDA JANE 139 IKEHARA. CHARLES 163 IKEMORI JANET 73 IMADA RUTH 66 IMAHIRO STANLEY 331 IMAI. EDWIN 112 324 IMAINO. RICHARD 154. 163 IMANAKA HISASHI 140 IN. ANDREW 55 INAFUKU. DONALD 155 INAMINE, JULIET 139 ING. FREDERICK 132 ING. NORMAN 164. 273 ING. RICHARD BAU WOON 115 ING. VIVIAN 292 INOUE. AKIO 162 INOUYE CHARLES 331 INOUYE. MARGARET 118 INOUYE. MILDRED 157 INOUYE. ROY 131 INTER CLUB COUNCIL 52. S3 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION 162 IROSHIMA YOSHIHARA 155 ISERI AILEEN 122 ISHIBASHI KIMIE 293 ISHIDA. MOLLY 293 ISHIDA THOMAS 93. 113. 316 ISHIDA. VICTORIA 155 ISHIGAKI FLORENCE 138 ISHII, MAXINE 303 ISHII, PAULINE 120. 303 ISHII. ROY 317 ISHII THOMAS 133 ISHIKI. JANE 139 ISHIMINE. HARRIET 77 ISHIMOTO. JERRY 207. 208 ISHIMOTO. MYRNA 293 ISHlMOTO. WINIFRED 50 56 272 273 ISHIMURA SAMUEL 112 293 ISOSHIMA ARTHUR 50 217. 273 ITO ANN 60 303 ITO DELWIN 164 ITO DOROTHY 60 293 ITO KATSUMI 331 ITO PHILIP 324 IWAI. HERBERT 112. 331 IWAI. ROBERT 92 111 112. 331 342 IWANAGA ARCHIE 178 IWANAGA. JOYCE 303 IWASA HENRY 50 111 345 IWASAKI. DONALD 115 40 IWASAKI, ETHEL 157 IWATA. JANE 80 120. 138 IWATANI MARY ANN 154 IZAWA PAUL 271 IZUKA DANIEL 178 179 220 IZUKA. MIKIO 155 ' IZUMI KATSUYUKI 22 IZUTANI, KIYOSHI 317 I ; JACANG, BERNARD 112 141 JAY BARRY 92 112 317 JAY, CHRISTOPHER 115 JENSON CLARA 116 JEREMIAH ALBERT 164 JOASH, BIRASH 156 JOHNSON JANICE 159 JOHNSON JOHN 1 10 JORDON JERRY 213 JOSE GLADYS 303 JOSHUA MARINO 156 JULICH JACK 140 JUNIOR ACTIVITY AWARD WINNERS 345 KAANANA, NEVILLA 256. 259 KAAPANA. LLOWINA 121 KAAPANA LLOYD 22 KAAWALAUOLE THEODORE 178 187 KADO RICHARD 158 KAGAWA. BETTE 304 KAGAWA HILDA 88. 155 KAGAWA WALTER 140 164 KAGIHARA. GRACYNE 157 KAGIHARA NANCY 157 KAINA SYLVIA 331 KAIONA. JAMES 304 KAIURA AMY 147 KAIURA GERTRUDE 120 293 KAJIOKA. ELEANOR 304 KAJIWARA VERNON 50 132 285 KAKAZU GRACE 304 KAKUGAWA FRANCES 304 KALAUOKALANI. HAIG 112 KALEIKINI DANIEL 145 KA LEO O HAWAII NEWSPAPER STAFF 71. 72. 73. 74. 75 KALI, KAPUA 223 331 KAM MARILYN 77, 136. 293. 348 KAM, PEARL 152 KAM SHIRLEY 146 KAMAI, JOYCE 122 KAMEI KA2UO 324 KAMEOKA KAZUKO 155 KAMETANI, LILLIAN 293 •KAMINS ROBERT 25 KAMIYA, RICHARD 207 KAN, ELEANOR 79 KANDA MIRIAM 331 KANEDA WILLIAM 145 KANEKO EDWIN 60, 293 KANEKO ROY 156 KANEMORI CHARLES 217 KANEMORI, CLAUDE 164 KANESHIRO. HARRY 293 KANESHIRO. MABEL 139 ♦DENOTES FACULTY OR NON-STUDENT 352 KANETAKE BEATRICE 163 KANETAKE GRACE 163 KANEYAMA ERNEST 317 KANG FRANCES 256 KANG SOHNY 157 KANG SYLVIA DONNA 50 126. 279 KANNO EDDIE 317 KANNO IRENE K 304 KANOHOLANI PATSY 73 KA PALAPALA PAGEANT 60. 2S4. 25S 256 257 258 259. 260. 261 262 263.264. 265. 266 KA PAUAPALA YEARBOOK STAFF 76. 77 78 79 KAPPA EPSILON THETA 134 KARASAKI JARRETT 131 KARIMOTO MILDRED 159 KASAHARA EDITH 159 KASHIWAMURA. JAMES KIYOTO 158, 331 KASHIWAMURA, JAMES SHIGEKI 163 207 219 220. 293 KATAOKA HELENE 139 KATEKARU. ELAINE 137 331 KATO CAROLYN 159 KATSUYOSHI KENNETH IIO KATSUYOSHI THOMAS 164. 271. 272 273 347 KAU JOSEPH 52. 93 111 112. 116 117, 132. 151. 293 KAUHANE JACOB 181 KAWABATA TSUNEO 158. 324 KAWAGUCHI GEORGE 132 KAWAGUCHI JEAN 305 KAWAGUCHI JUNE 1 20 KAWAGUCHI VIOLET 139 KAWAHARA FREDERIC 55. 63. 64. 193 KAWAHARA HANNAH 324 KAWAHARA, JOYCE 279 KAWAHARA. MASAYUKI 143 KAWAKAMI CHARLES 134 KAWAMOTO ANN 148. 155 KAWAMOTO DOROTHY 293 KAWAMOTO, EDWARD 271, 289, 305. 334 KAWAMOTO FLORA 64. 284, 285 KAWAMURA, KENNETH 110. 143, 325 KAWAMURA LUELLA 293 KAWANO HARRIET 145. 305 KAWASAKI HAROLD 178 185 KAWASAKI RICHARD 114. 317 KAWAZOE ALYCE 165 KAYA DOUGLAS 80 KAYA. FLORENCE 30S KAYA KATHLEEN 147 KAZUMURA JENNIE 305 KE ANUENUE 122 KEALALIO, ODETTA 155 KELLEY, JOHN 152 KEMOTO. MORRIS 155 KEMPER, JACK 305 KIDA DONALD 156 KIDANI. CAROL 305 KIDO. JEAN 149 KIM. CAROLDEAN 126 KIM DEWEY 55 KIM JOHN 162 KIM LORNA 256. 266 KIM, LYNNE 93. 126 KIM MARCIA 126 KIM. MARJORIE 139 KIM PATRICIA 126 KIM. SAMUEL 136 KIMURA. BETTY 142 KIMURA. EARL 145 KIMURA ESTHER 136 KIMURA, HERBERT 162 KIMURA JAMES 1 15 KIMURA, NANCY 137. 330 KIMURA. RANDOLPH 317 KIMURA. SUEKO 305 KINGREY KENNETH 76. 136 KINOSHITA GRACE 95. 120. 250 KINOSHITA MILDRED 137. 330 ♦KIRKPATRICK ARTHUR 116 KISHI. HARUO 317 KISHI. YASUTAMI 318 KITAGAWA. KENNETH 131. 178. 181 KITAGAWA LILLIAN 58. 65 KITAGAWA ROY 318 KITAMURA. ELINOR 58 KITAMURA. MORRIS 111 116 KITAMURA SAMUEL 165 KIYAMA SHARON 118. 157, 305 KIYONAGA JUDITH 139. 157 KLINE. BARBARA 293 KNIGHT VERNON 217 KNUDSEN ROBERTA 121 KOBAYASHI ALICE 147 KOBAYASHI. DORIS 147 KOBAYASHI. ENID 305 KOBAYASHI HESTER 154 KOBAYASHI SADAMI 60 KOCHI CHARLES 98. 114. 305 KOCHI KAREN 58 99. 120 KODAMA HARVEY 155 KODAMA LESTER 164 KOEGL. SUE 330 KOGA SHIRLEY 139 KOHATSU. GEORGE 115 KOHATSU. JEAN 305 KOIZUMI ALICE 217. 330 KOJIMA. SHOJI 318 KOKUZO, ROY 154 KOMADA MAE 147 KOMATSU, SANFORD 60, 156, 294 KOMETANI, JAMES 133 KOMOTO ROY 158 KON, CHARLES 140 KON, CHIYOKO 304 KONDO, RUTH 58 KONG CHRISTELLA 57 304, 119 KONG. HILDRED 151 KONG. KENNETH I40 331 KONG. MARIETTA 304 KONISHI, PAUL ISO KONO. JOYCE 146 KORT. ALVIN 164 KOSHI DR. JAMES 143 KOZOHARA, TADASHI 304 KUGA, RICHARD 156 KUKONA CARLSON 294 KUMAI ETHEL 139 KUMAISHI RICHARD 115 KUMASHIRO SHANNON 151, 304 KUNIMITSU DONALD 158 KUNISAKl JOHN 1 lO KUNIYUKI RONALD 304 KURATA, WARREN 318 ' KURAMOTO. BESSIE 224 KUWAHARA RONALD 115 KUWATA. JAYNE lOO, 156. 246. 251 KWOCK RANDALL 135 KWOCK, ROSE 304 KWON WILLIAM 50, 77, 224. 294, 342. 344 LAANUI ROLAND 131 178, 181, 194 LABORADA, HELEN 150, 294 LABUGUEN, ERNESTO 162 LAGASO, ALFREDO 145 LAGONDINO. ABRAHAM 145 LAI, ANN 99, 121 LAI. ERMA 121. 304 LAI. LEONARD 1 13 LAM. FRED 22 LAM GENEVIEVE 146 LAMB. DARLENE 125 LANDRY. VIVIAN 149 •LANGHANS. EDWARD 80 LANGUILLE, DAVID 213 LARGOSA, RUDY 136 LARSEN, WALTER 187 LATORRE GILBERT 213 220 LAU, CONSTANCE 79 LAU. EDWINA 98 119. 257. 258. 271. 272. 273 LAU. KINSTON 132. 162 LAU. RONALD 114. 142 LAU SYLVIA 148 294 LEAR GREGORY 129 LEE. ADA 294 LEE. ALETHEA 121 LEE. ANNA 255 LEE. BURTON 164 LEE. OONALO EN DETT 100 113. 164. 295 LEE FREDERICK 54 135 LEE GORDEAN 98 257. 262 LEE. JOEL 135 LEE JOYCE 151 LEE. LEONA 55 62 123 LEE LINDA 137 331 LEE MAURICE 162 318 LEE. RICHARD KEE HO 115 LEE. RONALD FOOK MIN 64 LEE RONALD KUM KIN 136 LEE. ROSE 78 119 163. 331 LEE RUTH 123 LEE. SAMUEL 130 LEE. WENDY 123 LEE WINCHELL 148 152 295 " ■LEFFORGE ORLAND 88 LEITE MILDRED 304 LEONG. BOW CHU 147 LEONG. CLEMENT 62. LEONG. HARVEY 135 LEONG. JOYCE 119. 139 223 LEONG. LINDA 146 LEONG LORETTA 318 LEONG LOTUS 123. 304 LEONG MABEL 123 LEONG. MELBA 305 LEONG. RICHARD 52 LEONG. WINIFRED 71. 348 LEWIS. DONALD 131. 295 LEWIS SYDNEY 318 LfM. BARBARA 126. 139 LIM. PHYLLIS 80 LIND ANDREW 2 5 LINDOW. RODMAN EDMUND 90 LING. ALAN 135 LIU. CLARENCE 318 LIU. EUNICE 123 LIU. WILLIAM 135 LIVESAY T M 1 16 LIVINGSTON. MARY LOU 55. 278 279 LLOYD. VALERIE 122. 295 LOCHNER MARILYN 50. 142 LOHR. JANE 125 LOO. CARLTON 207 209. 318 LOO ELSIE 56. 71 119 LOO SHIRLEY 147 LOOK. KORLO 74 LOW. SANDRA 305 LOW WARREN 52. 74 LIU. EVELYN 119 LUl WELLA 157 LUM ALVIN 145. 318 LUM. BERT 164 LUM. CAROL MAE 139 LUM CAROLE 145 LUM. CAROLEANN 123 LUM. DUNCAN 164 LUM EDMUND 164 LUM FREDERICK HONG CHONG LUM FREDERICK SAN WAl 136. 140. 141 331 LUM. JEAN 139 LUM. LYNETTE 121 LUM. MABEL 116 LUM. MARY 305 LUM. MYRNA MEE YOUNG 119. 223 LUM MYRNA MEILING LUM PATRICIA 1 19 LUM. ROSALINE 138 LUNA ESTRELLA 124 LUNA. HEDY 151 192 LUNG. ALVIN 74. 135. 142. 318 LYAU. RAYMOND 73. 140. 331 m MACFARLAND. LAURA 145. 159 MACHADO. CHARLES 52. 127, 271, 272. 273 MACHADO. MICHAEL 134 DENOTES FACULTY OR NON-STUDENT 353 MACHADO, TANYA 121. 305 MACHIDA, GERALD 158 MACHIDA, RICHARD 163, 220 MAEDA, KEN 220 MAEDO. BETTY 88, 305 349 MAGNO. EDWARD 294 MAH. MILDRED 306 MAHONEY, PATRICIA 306 MALIG, LOUISE 256 MALINE, RONALD 115 MANEKI. MARJORIE 154 ' MARK, SHELLEY 116 MARKEY, JAMES 151 MARSHALL, ELIZA CAROLYN 125, 306 MARSHMAN, CHARLES 101 111. 115, 131 MARUO. JUDITH 154. 159 MASHAIL, SOLOMON 294 MASHIMO, JEANNETTE 145 ■ ' MASON, LEONARD 30 MASUDA, CAROL 120 MASUDA, FRANCES 121 MASUOKA. EDWIN 99, 114 MATAYOSHI, SALLY 154 MATSUBARA, LESLIE 207 MATSUDA LEIKO 99, 157, 255 MATSUI, YOSHIO 158 MATSUMOTO. GEORGE 294 MATSUMOTO. GLEN 142 MATSUMOTO. MARY 155 MATSUMOTO, MILDRED 139 MATSUMOTO, RICHARD 294 MATSUMOTO, ROBERT MICHIO 271. 278, 279 MATSUMURA, ElO 154 MATSUMURA, HUGH 113, 154 294 MATSUMURO KAZUAKI 306 MATSUMURO MERRY 148, 294 MATSUNO. MAE 306 MATSUO, MADELINE 306 MATSUO. NORIKO 306 MATSUO. PAUL 140. 331 MATSUO ROY 178. 185 MATSUO. SAMUEL 158 MATSUO. TED 158 MATSUSAKA. HELEN 148. 155 MATSUSHIMA. NORMAN 207. 208 MATSUSHITA. EDWARD 306 MATSUWAKA, RICHARD 155. 207 208 MATSUYAMA. HOWARTH 155 MATSUYAMA. TAKASHI 306 MATSUYOSHI. SHERMAN 318 MATTHEWS. DONALD 31 MAU. ADRIENNE 145. 349 MAU. HOWARD 140. 141. 332 MAXSON. JOHN 295 MAXWELL. WILLIAM 213 MAYEDA. CAROL 306 MCAFEE. ANNE 98. 257 MCCARTHY. HAROLD 31 MCCOMAS. DAVID 318 MCCOOL. JERROLD 115 McCULLAGH. REV R. 152 McGREW. JULIA 306 McGREW. WALLACE 295 McGUIRE. DONALD 39 MCGUIRE. PATRICIA 116. 332 MCKEAN. STEWART 145 McKINNEY. JOHN 1 15 mclean. ronald 295 Mcpherson, arlean 121. 318 • ' mcpherson. mary lou 25 medeiros. george 186 medeiros. patrick 113 medeiros ronald 202 210 213 + meller. norman 31. 116 menor. arline 124 menor. edwardo 132. 163. 219. 220. 332 MERINO. ADELINE 295 MERRILL. THOMAS 129 " MEYER. GEORGE 35 MICHAEL. AUGUSTO 151. 156 MIGITA. RONALD 142 MIHATA. JEAN 63. 152. 271. 284. 285 MIKAMl. WALLACE 98. 114 MIKI. LAWRENCE 158 MIMURA. KENNETH 73. 79. 136 MIN. KELLET 95. 113. 307 MINEAR. KATHLEEN 295 MINOBE. RICHARD 318 MINOR. WILLIAM 295 MITO AMY 93. 1 20 MITO. JOYCE 157 MITSUDA. TETSUICHI 158 MITSUI. ELLEN 1 50 MITSUMORI. RICHARD 113, 141 MIURA. HOWARD I40, 141. 332 MIWA JEANNETTE 148. 295 MIYAHARA. EVA 66. 157 MIYAHIRA. BETSY 307 MIYAHIRA HARRIET 155 MIYAHIRA. JEAN KIMIYO 1 50 MIYAHIRA. JEAN SUMIE 155 MIYAKE. BARBARA 72. 73 MIYAKE. JAMES 25 MIYAMASU. JEAN 139 MIYAMOTO. GEORGE 113. 156 MIYAMOTO, ROGERS 319 MIYAO, FLORENCE 295 MIYASATO, CHARLES 296 MIYASATO LARRY 158 MIYASATO, MARJORIE 307 MIYASATO. RICHARD 207 MIYASHIRO. GEORGE 140 MIYASHIRO. JANE Y. 296 MIYAZONO. KENNETH 112. 1 40. 141. 332 MIZUHA. JACK 22 MIZUHA. NANI 52 MIZUNO RONALD 217 MODEL UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE 59 MIZUTA. RICHARD 156 MOEPONO. AGNES 61 MOORE. ANNELIESE 116 MORALES. PRISCILLA 59. 79. 124 16 1 MORIKAWA COLIN 154 MORIKAWA. WILFRED 154. 307 MORIMOTO. CLARENCE 152. 332 MORINAKA. HELEN 159 MORINAKA. LOIS 155 MORIOKA. WILLIAM 115 MORISHIGE. DORIS 333 MORISHIGE. JANE 66. 95 MORISUGI. MAY MORITA. EDWARD 147 MORITSUGU. ALICE 152 MORIYAMA. JANE 333 MORRIS. BEN 116 MORRIS. JOHN 307 MOSELEY. ELIZABETH 74 MOSELEY, ROGER 26 MOW. LAWRENCE 156 MUKAI. EUGENE 319 MUKAI. VERA 73 MULLINS. THOMAS 210. 213 MURAKAMI. EMIKO 296 MURAKAMI. HARRY 112. 333 MURAKAMI. JUDITH 154 MURAKAMI LESLIE 155 MURAKAMI. PATSY 307 MURAKAMI. ROY 52. 65. 155 MURAOKA ELLEN 159 MURATA. KAREN 140 MURATSUKA ETHEL 306 MURAYAMA. RUBY 79 MUSIC CLUB 145 ft NADA. MASAKO 157 NAGAHAMA. SALLY 147 NAGAI. CHRISTINE 123 NAGAI. FAY 139. 159 NAGAMI. RUBY 57. 72 285 NAGAMOTO MAY 306 NAGANO AMY 55. 1 20 NAGANO. CLARA 333 NAGANO. RICHARD 164 NAGANO. RONALD 1 30 NAGATA. CAROLE NAGATA. ELEANOR 120. 306 NAGAUE. ESTHER 306 NAGOSHI. CHARLOTTE 306 NAHOOPII SAMUEL 333 NAITO BETTY 306 NAITO MARGIE 256 NAKADOMARI MILDRED 307 NAKAGAWA. LILY 78. 136. 296 NAKAGAWA. MASAJI 333 NAKAGAWA. RICHARD 140 333 NAKAHARA. HARRIET 138 NAKAHARA. KENNETH 207. 307 NAKAHARA. ROY 52 NAKAJI. ALICE 118. 307 NAKAKURA. KENNETH 220. 307 NAKAMATSU. BARBARA 217 NAKAMOTO. EDWIN I 112 NAKAMOTO. SHIRLEY 159 NAKAMURA. ALICE 137. 333 NAKAMURA. GEORGE S 296 NAKAMURA. JEAN 237. 332 NAKAMURA JOHN 163 NAKAMURA. MARY 152 NAKAMURA. MICHAEL 156 NAKAMURA. ROBERT 164 NAKAMURA SAKUICHI 143 NAKAMURA. SANAE 332 NAKAMURA. SHUICHI 319 NAKANISHI. DONALD 112. 332 NAKANISHI. ERNEST 155 NAKANO. SHIZUO 307 NAKAOKA. WILLIS 164 NAKARA. ROY 133 NAKASATO. GEORGE 93. 112. 142 NAKASHIMA. WOODROW 133 NAKASONE. DAVID 71 NAKASONE. HERBERT 99. 114 152 NAKATA. JEANNE 307 NAKATA. ROSE 152 NAKATSU. MYLES 164 NAKATSUKASA. LIBERT 112. 307 NAKAYAMA TOSIWO 156 NAMBA. RYOJI DR. 183 NANCE. PETER 213 NARIMATSU. GALEN 59. 133. 271. 284. 285 ■ NAUGHTON. JOHN 31 NAUKANA. GEORGE 184. 211 220 NAVARRO. PAULINE 268 NAYA. SEIJI 111 NEECE. HARRY 59. 72. 165 NEKOMOTO. HARRIET 138 NEKONISHI. CALVIN 112. 319 NEWMAN CLUB 151 NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION WEEK 64 NG. ALBERT 140 NG. GLADYS 139 NG. WESLEY 142 NGAN. MEE LING 136 " NICKERSON. THOMAS 26 NIHEI. CLARENCE 178. 190 Nil. ANDY 271. 289. 308. 334 NIKAIDO. JANE 308 NISHIDA DONALD 113. 319 NISHIDA. GERTRUDE 308 NISHIDA. LILLIAN 139 NISHIDA, VINCENT 1 30 NISHIHARA. MELVIN 134 NISHII. LOUISE 154 NISHIKAWA. DIANE 157 NISHIKAWA. FRANCES 137 NISHIKI. LENORE 137. 332 NISHIMOTO. PAUL 332 NISHIMURA. JOYCE 73 NISHIMURA. KOZUE 155 NISHIMURA. YOKO 136, 296 NISHIOKA, ANN 138 NISHIOKA, SAXON 113. 319 NISHITA NOBUICHI HARRY 319 NISHIZAWA. JEAN 154 NITANI. ELAINE 146 NOBORI BEVERLY 148. 296 ■ NOBRIGA. TED 224 NOBUMOTO. TOSHIO 296 NOGUCHI HELEN 308 NOHARA CAROLE 52 155. 296 NOJI ERNEST 79. 147 DENOTES FACULTY OR NON-STUDENT 354 NOMURA. SAYO ISO. 162 NONAKA. FREDERICK 143. NONAKA. GLADYS 159 NONAKA. LORETTA 154 NORTHCUTT. SHIRLEY 159 NOSE. JANE 157, 332 NOUCHI DORIS 137. 333 NOZAWA CHRISTINE 157 ODA. ETHEL 308 ODA. HAROLDEEN 308 ODA STANLEY 178. 179 OGAWA. ARTHUR 213 OGAWA. DONALD 320 OGAWA, RAYMOND 320 OGAWA, SANFORD 115 OGI. JANE 154 OHAMA, MAE 309 OHARA, RALPH 51, 59, 60, 133 OHTA AGNES 155 OHTA, VIVIAN 309 OHTOMO, ALMA 145 Ol, ERNEST 1 13. 320 Ol. RONALD 320 OIE HERBERT 296 OISHI, DAVID 74. 75 OKA, MAILE 154 OKADA CAROLINE 60, 157 OKADA, JANE 58 OKADA, MARLENE 146 OKAMOTO, AMY 66 OKAMOTO, BERNARD 320 OKAMOTO, MARY M. 309 OKAMURA CLARA 309 OKAMURA, HARRY 148 OKAMURA, REGINALD 296 OKANO THOMAS 154 OKAZAKI. ERNEST 110 " OKAZAKI, MYRA 116 OKAZAKI, NANCY 309 OKIHARA, RICHARD 133, 207 OKIMOTO FRANK 1 30 OKIMURA, CLARENE 61. 62. 63. 64 192 OKINO, LEILA 117 OKINO SHIRLEY 148, 296 OKUBO, JAMES 152 OKUDA SUMIE 308 OKUMOTO, STANLEY 164 OKUMURA, CAROL 139 OKUMURA, KAREN 308 OKUMURA. RICHARD 132 OKUNAMI, ROYDEN 163. 333 OLDS, WILLIAM 134 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 111 OMURA, KENNETH 147 OMURA LAWRENCE 152 OMURA, YVONNE 55 ONO, PATSY 308 ONOGI, CALVIN 152 ONUMA YASUZO 163 ONZUKA, KAY 333 OPIOPIO, PHYLLIS 122 ORIENTAL LITERATURE SOCIETY 1 6S ORITA, PATSY 308 OSADA, STANLEY 115 OSAKI, ALLAN 140 OSHIMA. ROBERT 64, 66 OSHIRO, ELEANOR 296, 334 OSHIRO, FRANCIS 207 OSHIRO, JOHN I, 320 OSHIRO JOHN T 320 OSHIRO MARIAN 148, 296 OTA CHARLES 62, 115. 220 OTA, SHI2UKO 309 OTA YUKIO 142 OTAKI, EITHEL 1 59 OTSUJI, EDWIN 130 OTSUKA CAROL 145 OTSUKI PATSY 118. 137. 333 OUCHI KEN 155 OUMI. CHARLES 155 OURA DONALD 207 OYAMA, JUNE 309 OYAMA KAY 61, 79 OZAKI LAWRENCE 73. 79 OZAKI. MIRIAM 148. 155 PADILLA, SANTOS 164 PAl. MAILE 309 PAI, WILLIAM 335 PANG. FREDERICK 98. 114. 132, 309 PANG HENRY 178. 181. 220 PANG, HIRAM 135 PANG SANFORD 132 PAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL 62. 252. 253 PARESA, THOMAS 129 PARK, BARBARA 126 PARK. HARRY 133 PARK. WESLEY 115. 220 PAROLA. GENE SO PARRILLA. VIRGINIA 192 PENG HUl 135 PENHALLOW. RICHARD 22. 36 PERRIN. LORENE 122 PERSSON. PETER 321 PESCADOR, PEDRO 156 PETERSON, ELEANOR 296 PETERSON, MARTHA 137. 335 PETERSON, WILLIAM 187 PHI BETA KAPPA 1 16 PHI DELTA SIGMA 128 PHI KAPPA PHI 117 PHI KAPPA PI 130 PHILIPPO TIPNE 156 PHI SIGMA RHO 125 PHOON, MAISIE 162. 165 PINGUL. ISABEL 162 PLADERA. PAUL 297 PLATEROS. DOLORES 151 PORTER. ROSEAMONDE 35 POSTER COMMITTEE 66 PROSSER. JAMES 51. 78. 297, 334 PRUITT, RAYMOND 297 PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 1 50 PUNG, DAVID JR 152. 220 PYUN, MATTHEW 130 RAINBOW YOUNG BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION RAMARUI DAVID 151. 156. 335 RATHBURN. lONE 117 REA. CHARLES PEDRIC 56. 59 REE, Ul CHUL 162 REMSES, ROGER 134 RETTINGER. JOY 249 REYES ANGELITA 124, 161, 257 REYES, BIENVENIDO 134 RIAN, NORMAN 102 RIVERA, BENJAMIN 178, 191, 220 RIVERA, STANLEY 76 ROBERTS, HAROLD 23, 26, 36 ROBINSON, PAUL 57 ROBINSON, RACHAEL 148. 297 ROGAN. MAJ, 96 ROLL. GEORGEANN 192 ROMANOWSKI, LEONARD 142 ROSENBERG, MORTON 26 RUMMEL, HELEN 309 SAAKE, ALVIN 40 SABADO ELEUTERIA 138 SABRE AND CHAIN 112. 113 SAGARA, ELEANOR 150. 297 SAGAWA, KENNETH 165 SAIKI, FRED 321 SAIKI. KATHLEEN 147 SAIKI. OWEN 130. 164 SAIKYO, CAROLE 92 SAITO, BERNARD 51, 113, 321 343 SAITO. CAROLYN 147 SAITO. CLARENCE 142 SAITO. GRACE 303 SAITO. LILLY 257 259 SAITO. MAMORU 142 SAITO, TAD 75 SAKAGUCHI. MELVYN 271, 278. 279. 346 SAKAI. DAVID 297 SAKAI. ETHEL 335 SAKAI. JANET 308 SAKAI. LILLIAN 80. 138 SAKAI. PATRICIA 139 SAKAITANI, TERRY 335 ♦SAKAMAKI. SHUNZO 23. Ill 116. 224 334 SAKAMOTO. EDITH 137. 335 SAKAMOTO LORENE 146 SAKAMOTO. MILTON 156 SAKAMOTO. THOMAS 321 SAKATA. JOAN 308 SAKATA. SHUNJI. 154 SAKIHARA. NAOMI 151 SAKODA. SHIRLEY 154 SAKURAI. GEORGE 142. 321 SAKURAI. JEANNE 309 SAKURAI. MARY 321 SALAS. CLEMENTINA 151. 159 SALVE. SYLVIA 137 SANJUME. FREDERICK 152. 321 SANTO. FLORIA 147 SANTOKI. JANE 64. 74. 249 SASAHARA. LAURA 308 SASAKI. IRVIN 308 SASAKI. JEAN 308 SATO. DOLLY 309 SATO DONALD 1 15 SATO. GERALD 148 SATO. HAROLD 335 SATO. JEAN 279 SATO. KENNETH 335 SATO. LORRAINE 79 SATO. RAYMOND H 93 113 SATO. RAYMOND K. 113. 321 SATO. ROY R 143 154 SATO. SHINOBU 297 SATO. THOMAS 320 ♦SAUNDERS, ALLAN 23. 28. 116 SAUNDERS. JAMES 213 SAWA CHARLES 95, 113 SAWADA, IRIS 309 SCHLIECKER. GLORIA 297 SCOTT, ROBERT 56, 71 76 SECOND HAND BOOKSTORE COMMITTEE 66 SEICHI. GEORGE 133 SEIJI. ARNOLD 152 SEKI, BARBARA 58 SEN, GERALD 52, 127 SENIOR ACTIVITY AWARD WINNERS 340. 341. 342. 343. 344 SERENO, KENNETH 134 SERRA, MILDRED 161 SEXTON, TAMARA 145 SHEPHARD, DAVID 129 SHEU, BENJAMIN 112, 128, 297 SHIBAO, MAY 155 SHIBASAKI, ROBERT 309 SHIBATA. JACQUELINE 159 SHIGEMATSU. GLORIA 309 SHIGEMURA, HELEN 64. 142 SHIGEMURA, ROBERT 140. 141. 334 SHIGENAGA. IRIS 147 SHIGEOKA. MAY 309 SHIGEZAWA, MIEKO 65. 72. 77 SHIGEZAWA. NATSUO 320 SHINOKI, KENNETH 132 SHIKINA CHOFU 334 SHIMABUKURO. CLAIRE 309 SHIMABUKURO. ELAINE 320 SHIMABUKURO. KATHERINE 54. 55. 56. 118. 297. 343 SHIMADA. ELAINE 139 SHIMANA. JUNKO 310 SHIMIZU. ESTHER 159 SHIMIZU. JUNE 142 SHIMIZU. KIYOKO 334 ' DENOTES FACULTY OR NON-STUDENT 355 SHIMIZU. TOSHIAKI 142 SHIMODA. HrLDA 310 SHIN, SALOME 126, 334 SHIN. STANLEY 152. 164 SHINTAKU. SHIZUO 140, 335 SHIOSAKI. LOIS 297 SHIRAISHl. HERMAN 154 SHIROMA. JAMES 320 SHIROMA. JANE 310 SHIROMA. MELVYN 142 SHIROMA, ROBERT 113. 320 SHIROMA. STANLEY SHIROMA. THEODORE 62 SHISHIDO. 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WILLIAM 40 TOBARA. THELMA 154 TOBITA. CLARENCE 113. 298 TOGO ELLEN 142 154 TOKUDA RAYMOND 114. 141 TOKIDA ROBERT 321 TOKUNAGA ALYCE 298 TOKUNAGA MELVIN 158 TOM BERNADINE 49 62. 63. 64. 66. 88. 119. 345 TOM BRENDA 119. 223 TOM. JADE 31 1 TOM. PATRICIA C. K 145 TOM. RHODA 256 TOMAS. CRISTINA 162 TOMINAGA TEUANE 336 TOMITA CLARA 311 TOMITA MARIAN 145 TOMITA, PATSY 159, 298 TONG CAROLYN 248 312 TONG KWOCK 140 TONG MOLLIE 155 TONG PATRICIA 123 TONG PRISCILLA 123. 312 TONG. RAMONA 93. 123. 248 251 TONGLAO. AMY 63. 119. 192 TONOKAWA. TAKAMASA TOPHAM, HELEN 1 17 TOPLISS, JOHN 213 TORIGOE, ELAINE 312 TORII RUTH 159 TOTTORI. TAKAYO 154 TOWNES STANMORE 3 1 TOYAMA. RONALD 154 TOYAMA WARREN 148 298 TRAPIDO JOEL 80, 117 TRI ALPHA 136 TSUDA. JANE 139 TSUI. DENNIS 115, 135 TSUJIOKA. KENNETH 164 TSUJIUCHI. CYNTHIA 322 TSUMURA ROBERT 133 TSUTSUMI, CLARA 139 TU CHIANG SHEH 128 TURNBULL, MURRAY 32 ♦TUTHILL LEONARD 23. 44 TUTTLE DAN I 16 u UCHIDA. KENNETH 99. 114 UCHIMA, GRACE 298 UCHIMA. 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