University of La Verne - Lambda Yearbook (La Verne, CA)

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' SEEKING: Underclassmen ......... 18-29 30-49 Juniors Sophomores Freshmen GATHERINGS: Clubs .......................................,.. ....... 5 0-61 HAPPENINGS: Activities ........................................ .......,... 6 2-95 GAMES 8: COMPETITION: Sports ......................... ......... 9 6-137 EDUCATING Sz GUIDING: Faculty Sz Staff ......... ....... 1 38-151 EXTENSIONS: Special Programs ......................... ....... 1 52-157 FAREWELL ............................................................. ....... 1 58-160 La Verne Is!3 "I was waiting for an inspiration and suddenly a college catalogue flew off the shelf, landed on a table that I was sitting at and unfurled its numerous pages to the page that LVC was on." John Schildmeyer .. , .Nam- ,jif- 4fLa Verne ls -5- 42-. La Verne Is!5 ' +R wg. .-QF if I P .. m-He-, - fp im if -,NJ v, -V-X-1-4211-1 Q I 5 --. ,ii -v,.aup+'f".,, .4 r-v ' 4'-'S' -E xl, ' N: -J -1, 1 ' - , , xx V-1 X uv. A 5 T ig h M F. Ev. X.. W ' w K. A v. 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Alfred Scaife 2. Cynthia Shaw 3. Kevin Smith 4. Ed Snell 5. Park Southworth 6. Randy Stallings 7. Randy Tyndall 8. James Vallone 9. Honnie Vanderkallen 10. Bob Waldusky 11. Tim Worrel 12. Sarah Young 13 . Raffi Zinzalian lu A J uniorsf 35 Sophomores . if N P. . . Sf s 1 K L. NX 36!Sophomores A ,12 Rudy Audetat Therese Biewer Karen Brandt Lindsey Brewer Nancy Brubaker Debra Casaretto Cathlyn Craft Arthur Cruz James Davis Jane Felz Scott Fineberg Steve Flora 0? b 4 A Brad Frick Cynthia Friday Robin Fritsch Carol Gardner Manuel Gonzalez Allan Gonzalez Rob Hogan Dean Katzelis Jan Kilehua Jim Lacey Hector LoMorgue Nan Lovelady l N .,4Q-fit los? .AQLQWN K. l rz. , ' .ay y L, ,Jr LMI. Buffs W 95, fi' 12 Sophornores!37 Y 38fSophomores Jaynie Masaki Willie Mays Linda McQuown Pattie McKellip Kathy Morrison Susan Metcalf Candy Miller Valery Netzley Mike Norwine Genero Ocampo Anita Page Brian Parliman . , 1 tk, n FQ:-A -'-v.. -fx l .n 1- I Msn 3 'l 4 ui M L Linda Pederson Lorraine Powell Suzanne Prudhomme Cheri Quinn Kim Ricketts Chris Root Marcia Roberts Alexander Gallardo Julia Scalise Nadine Schaff Karen Schrimpf Bill Shang 'ff- I H174-1 'K ,J ,yi .E if e...f-L "ee lg Zn ' ,s -fkpx ' li' AN.-A 8 ,,. E, ,xl Sophomoresf39 ffl. Robin Skoien Norma Snell Pamela Smith Wendy Souza Sherry Takacs Varian Tasmajian Greg Triggs Bernie Wendling Jill Wilkinson Richard Yengst Freshmen , x, l.,, B WNW' we y Joey Aguilar Randy Akers Susan Alva Bonnie Anderson Ruth Barnes Linda Andrejkn Ross Barrons Viken Bedrossian Marie Bennet Mary Ann Bergen Ozzie Blackwell Don Boatright Donald Boulter Jim Bowser Ui: ww" i VH 42!Freshmen Lezlye Boyd Patricia Bradford Camille Brunsdon Stephanie Carlson Ernest Chia Denice Colombero Donna Cannon Heather Cumming Steve Cundy Stanley Croorn Dave Downing Dale Davis Dean Davis Jim De Leon lf? Susan De Witt Mike Duffy Neal Dykema Cindy Eller Rachel Enberg Tamara Faulkner Mary Fitzpatrick Mark Flora David Fonseca Cindy Forney Denise Fulton Shane Garabetian Lindy Germain Linda Gonzalez 44!Freshmen Si. .,. . X. , . . - ' V .-A 1. Joseph Graziano 2. Lee Gregory 3. Donna Griffith 4. Rieko Hatsuya 5. Estelita Hendra 6. Jesus Hemandez 7. Lawrence Hernandez 8. Kristi Hines . Danny Houck 9 10. James Iddings 11 . Kim J abara 12. Kathleen Johnson 13. Ann Kaneko 14. Richard Keeler 31 H '452 L1'1 fi fd: ' ,. -4 x . Q l , 5. 9. rl. ., N' tc . 3.x -lfl if: I Q 7 5' 1, 'TV . HXX.. 1 1 . .IA 1. Shinobu Kono 2. Karen Knowlton 3. William Lambert 4. Barbara Landaal 5. Ronald Leuise 6. David Lichty 7. Doria Lin 8. Nancy Lowe 9. Debra Mack 10. Chris Majeska 11. Harout Markarian 12. Janna Martindale 13. Edwin Marquez 14. Jack Mauldin Freshmen!45 46!Freshmen v X I .X 2 ,.-Q.- is 1 .I 9 I I Chris McBeth Val McClellan Cynthia McKay Tony Meraz Robin Merwin Annette Milazzo Marsha Miller Phyllis Morris Barbara Muenchausen George Muller Joseph Muscato Ara Nazarjan Pamela Nichols Peter Nichols X ., x 1 5-'Y 11., V K, .V 9 X 10 X' 11 12 14 5 lax ,U -.-g 'i N w-4'+"""" 'Q 4 fi Jason Noyes Doug Nottingham Dave Ochoa Tom O'Leary Patti Ollar Wanda Patterson Jeff Pence Melanie Plummer Kimberly Pogwish John Prokop Stephen Rayburn Lisa Rayner James Robinson Thomas Robinson sf'-A-.1 Freshmenf47 48!Freshmen Debbie Rodriquez Jennifer Rodriquez Leann Ruff Ed Samha Audrey Schoenfeld David Serrano Teresa Shaw Carol Slemmons Sandy Smith Tami Smith Tyrone Snelling Debra Steckel Tracy Taylor George Tenney X wi . ji ,gi Xi 4 Debi Ulmer Cheryl Vaultz Anthony Vasquez Janet Verdi David Villa Patricia Wade Catherine Wasson Debra Weatherby Yzette Williams Beth Welch Bryan Wulf Perri Yancey Dale Zook Freshmen!49 E ul QT -x3"f Q 0, ' s w 5 . 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Miller Hall Dorm Council Qleft to rightj TOP ROW: Tami Smith, Debbie Kniesley, and Linda Gonzalez SECOND ROW: Sarah Young, Donna Cannon and Deborah J ankans THIRD ROW: Lorraine Powell and Virgie Rodriquez Studebaker Dorm Council fleft to rightj FRONT: Nancy Lowe, Lynn Bowman, Lynn Gordon, Barbara Meunchausen, Dan Anady, BACK: Pattie McKe1lip, Therese Brewer, ' Phil Salazar Brandt Hall Dorm Council fleft to rightl TOP ROW: Ross Stuart, Jim Saige, Randy Tyn- dall, Manuel Gonzales, Richard Buttery, SEATED: Neal Dykema, Ron Fattal, Dave Downey, Bryan Boyer, Don Boatright Bowling League Cleft to rightl FRONT: Manuel Gonzales, Carol Gardner, Doug John- son, BACK: Albert Faust, Linda Halstead, Rich Yengst Gatherings 55 'li' Gathermgs :""'1 Q-N 56 Gatherings '45, I 1 U5 'S lORI5 Associated Student Federation Cleft to rightl Therese Brewer, Val Mc Cullan, Nancy Brubaker, Virgie Rodriguez, Manuel Gonzales, Gail Brown, Steve Flora, Doug Overlock, Jim Davis, Dwayne Smith, Renee Campbell, Steve Lesniak Cadviserl Pep Club Cleft to rightl Jim de Leon, Wyn- da Arthur, Linda Terell, Pat Wade, Ann Hill, Phyllis Morris, Pam Nichols, Karne Petett, Anita Page, Lydia Wright, Neal Dykema, Audrey Schoenfeld, Debra Mack Catalyst Cleft to rightj Idalia Luna, Rick Root, Pat O'Leary, Greg Ross, Jolm Nesbit, Robin Snell, Jim Bowser, Tami Smith, Stuart Gathman, Lori Delong, Cindy Smith, Nadine Schafe, Chris Root, Jim Davis, Sandy Smith, Norma Snell, Nan Lovelady, Chuck Lovelace, Linda Lovelace Chambers Singers CTOP TO BOTTOMJ George Keeler, Ed Snell, Cathy Craft, Chuck Tiedeman, Cindy Shaw, Norma Snell, John Dunbar, Diane Shively, Carol Bowman, Greg Ross, Chuck Lovelace, Karen Morris Gatherings 57 wmv' psws-W ig 1. Concert Choir fleft to rightl TOP I I I ROW-Chuck Lovelace, Abayomi Owei, 1 A I J I Rick Root, Richard Keeler, Ed Snell, Randy Stallings, Jim Burrell, MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Brubaker, Linda Rowley, Karen Schrimpf, Phyllis Morris, Jane Felz, Nadine Schaff, Norma Snell, Sarah Young, Kim Ricketts, Sherry Takacs, BOTTOM ROW: Lucy Dukmejian, Debbie Kniesley, Shinobu Kono, Linda Mc Quown, Lucille Beloian, Susan Berry Robin Snell, Penny Datner 2. Model United Nations-Don Boatright, Silas Orrukem, , Linda Fuller, Robin Campbell, Ros Barrons, Renee Campbell, Greg Marsey, Sherry Takacs, Alan Courtney l 1 3. Delta Phi Pi Cleft to rightj Debra Mack, Cory Rytterager, Barbara Nahin, Corlis Belcher, Cheryl Aiken, Judy Baughman, Charlene Littleton, Idalia Luna, Carolyn Favero, Patti Ollar, Karen Palko, Rachael Mays 4. International Student Association-FRONT ROW: Ross Stuart, Hide Mizutani, Jay Rhee Cadviserl, MIDDLE ROW: Kazuo Shibata, Linda Mc Quown, Nan Lovelady, Abayomi Owei, BACK ROW: Kok Pin Teo, Hatsuya Rieko, Shinobu Kono, C.K. Man, Joe Chiu Gatherings X 59 1. ,H "2 60 f Gatherings J 4 ' ' , 1 3 V .. I J 1. A.S.F. Election Subcommittee fleft to rightl Chuck Lovelace, Val Mc Clellan, Steve Flora, Jim Davis 2. Encounter Series-John Gingrich, Douglas Moorehead, 1-'olly Spital, Steve Lesnaik, Al Herbst 3. T-Co Board-Kara Moore, Dot Hess, Sarah Young, Jan Calof, Jim Henderson, David Glasa, Debbie Kniesley, Jim Farino, John Dunbar 4. A.S.F. Finance Subcommittee- Gail Brown, Jill Wilkinson, Renee Campbell 5. 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' mr 9 .i 5 wx-- - 1, i '-1-ini al ' Q . 0331, Y. :-52.3, . - ' -e 'LW ' ' . iff gr: U 1 ,,.. 1 f f JAS4' The Library Open House was held on September 20 from 7-9 p.m. as one of l the "get aquainted" activities at the beginning of the year. Some of the highlights of the event were folk singers C2J, a handwriting Analyst KD and cream cheese on bagels! C31 l Happenings 67 68 f Happenings idly.. A.S.F. Open Houseg Mm-Mm Good! ' n In February, the ASF Forum sponsored an Open House to introduce themselves to thefest of La Verne College. Every half hour during the afternoon, there was a drawing for a free record from Fat Jack's Record Shop. The ASF members made all of the refreshments and Robbie Hogan and Mark Flora were on hand to provide the musical entertainment. 1 9. E - - M f-'f:.Qff'f' ' Y +1 , .,,, L ., -M 'Q g 337' MM 5' f .. JV? , xg, r' ' gi ., H f 07 VE? 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Q35 7011-Iappenings 4 72 I Happenings Q! . V 1, K . I gain "- 1. Eg! K. I - 1 -A ,Xl N. liavewe -in Ji 'C 3' . A'fX'?f53'W ' .tx in i . , J. ,K . x " x,,x. . - N . 'Q ' www, 'pw F, lr ff, E E1 X T 'ff' ri' ' I I I. l Q.. -, 3 H9-env..-vt: . Q1 l. E, f . ,- 4. Zu, ' .. s X 'f r 5 I . ,N . x , -TM -.-Twig ,, D V xv '-'-A-1-4, -, E -2 x V ' .' 'E . . at ' "T ' X' x---QHH. 4 H X Y H . . A., fl 1 54,37-:-"-' , , 3 :p'ffj1:ra:r'1'g?3uf1 1, - V V ' 5' AH'-,'1'5hf - - .1 .- - ' .gmx ' , . -4L..-L' M f..,AKNf,T I ' -ww ur -.1 .X "wx 'nf "fI'.s117iSLE,Ly,fLf.'T WJ? -"vw ' 3' rE7,??z"1, gi-:,jQQ34 vtgiflq. K 'fkbii M-1 ,q V1 ' fl ak?" Sr. .tiff--'X ' ff-Fai .1-ag, l1if5f""NA Av - A r ry f,-f,, i ,g,1,.::-1 4L.v,-'KJ ,W .' Q A -W f JS- M P 1?-':'e"1-11 N!?f?Qr:'1-.4 vi' .. 1 -1551 .-.1- J ef- QTYVT' 21.--:5:27,:l1g W, Q., 4,!.,., .:-fi - ,,u4!i,rnzW, gwj ,,., v, . ,, f .. --1wr?:w"' bf1.,1f Le. 1 1 J K 1-fA' ?,1.:,1 ,. ,hi1L?Q'5 wiffbgfi-.ivfi ,' A X. V Qfily F'-1 ,Q I-L jr ' , j f x ,,,, 2' - 1 '1 FA. f J ,V ' u W .f, -z 5 , . Q Y 'ff x !'X,.4 wiv-I ,X X. K :11w.,L fvffr' . A L.- XJ -V., Homecoming 197 6 Saturday, November 6, was the day for the annual La Verne College Homecoming Parade. The theme, "La Verne Through the Years", was carried out by the participating floats made by Brandt Hall, Miller HallC5J, I.S.A., and Catalyst Clubl2l. The band and the choir combined for the day and provided the musicl3J. John Trueblood clowned it upC4J and the lovely princesses were on display, to the delight of the crowdlflj 74fI-Iappenings 1 T., , , C6 77 La Verne through the years - - , . 1.-r-,J --' r. f ' '+I -rrf ,r,. 1- L-34 .1 1 F -A ,gl 'ug 4 .v , x 'feb' N: .,,.IxQ-7 ., r 'U holy, .. ,v . 1 . W r , Q0 Q, W 2- 3, ,N 1 qgyfq E5 K -E The big moment arrived and the final decision was made in favor of Queen Louise Rothermal and escort, Al Seino. Q11 The court included princesses C21 Robin Campbell, Q31 Marcia Kooda, C41 Penny Datner, and C53 Rae Oshita. The LVC homecoming band played and later on that evening there was a dance in honor of the day. -Q5 La Verne Is Coming Home Again Happenings X 77 i. :fi L. I QQ x !, -. -'LQ hip .pri 11, --. 1231 'Q X. if K 'F 'K - ns X I-gyni ' mf' Lllf- 'I ,.-q 5 - . ,J -fn 1. J. . i- . , ,xl 1 Q I - - f - - ,M-.1,..1.,' ., ,M 1- - V- ' -Q. ff.. A X - , 5 Q 5 1 Q fLL.L.. 41'.QJ--9 1 A Nfsrhq rx ' 'M . , , , V 1' xx L ', ' 'Nr 'C' P "M , ,1.. V V, 'X x , L J' "l Q . pfj X 1 4 X , . V- ..'- . 5 1 ,Wu , A ' -P-2'4" ,, smug 4 A kf ' ' ,. . .j 5 ' Q ' ,S-r ' 1 ' ' D' 1 VJ I 5. -T-ff: , b wfQllw1 ' -1 I N 'N 1-5 A," i fm ' Q ff ' ff N. .V . V S XX- 1 fl y? ,' . J' E 2' f . A 9' - 5 -A552 r 5 I ,V f.--I . f x A I V if-1 fi, 'ir'---.Rf V! "" ,: YQ, J .. Pffi, fr ' ' JE '. 5 ,xi-F - ,f ' ' ,. 55 QQQW-1 , ' f - 'F' - W , ' x ld . 5 ' H X' F in Jn- --if . ,, ' 'f 5- ,. "'Tv ' r .-x, V UQ." 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Anti W W ,hi .., , 3 N ri Q I,- I 1.1, Mn x' U 'r 'Q 'T .A' L. rx: ,. 1 fl + L 7 N :iw Q' 1 mf wc., ,V D 1, 'wvlhti I Q ..,- ,X TF? 5352 , N ' 'xx f Dehbxe 'Stec kel X - ---ufx X 1 Chiu Kwan Map x This 4-act play, written by Ugo Betti takes place in Mussolini's Italy in the cCThe Queen and Rebelsv 1930's . The Queen, who is frantically trying to escape the country, and a group of travelers are waylaid in a border crossing courthouse. The new government is searching for her in order to hold her up to public ridicule for what she has done. Argia, a prostitute, saves the Queen and later becomes her in an amazing transformation. The cast of thousands includes: Tami Smith Debbi Steckel John Schildmeyer Jim Farino Chuck Tiedeman Jim DeLeon John C. Dunbar Don Boatright Debbie Kniesley Sherry Takacs Jim Henderson Lynda Rowley David A. Glasa Chiu Kwan Man Khairi O. Al Zubaidi Robbie Hogan Shane Brooks 84 X Happenings 5+ N1 -. ' 4' Written by Harold Pinter, this play deals with the present. A man who is assumed to be hiding from a mob takes shelter in a boardinghouse but is found and driven crazy by the two "visitors" They eventually take him away with them-presumably to be killed. Cast: Kara Moore-Meg Doug Overlock-Petey Theresa Shaw-Lu-Lu Scott Braxton-Goldburg Jim Farino-Stanley John C. Dunbar-McCann aid.. all ldgiyp ee? 4 'S 1, 1 1 4'The Birthday Party" U?" M?" 1,32 Q 11 xx -- v 4, f l 'V-wr 'R V, 36 w N .7 1 f Q,"- if 1, r " if f Am X21-V A '11 ' A - - , ,. ,U Y w .,.,,:' N 15 , . :FJ . if fi 1 ,Q Q E-?. u . ,,, 5 ,. f'f"'n' ' 4.1 ,n , V Y -. 1 F . -'A' -I - ,j..'. A I 'ik' 'I ' ' gf' F ' . ' , A ff" F-' w - -,1,f 14, . 3..w'fgifE??:1, ' ' ' .-I 'zmifiwf '.-J . ! 3.55-,-11112-. ,jf Mi? ' Q 551+ e ,M "1 I -- GILES 'Q ,J-15 A 7. g y V 1 'r . A " 5 5 A wg. 'I f, A . M- f",,", , -Nh-gli"-IE.Jf"f J '-.-,,- ' -.,11E'r,'T3i .Q-gl 1 ' , fly Hg , K s "tn N ' J-" I' he -. LH it .I H Q N ,n.. U " Qiifwiilluh ,...f-' A --K -44 , - iw Q M La Verne Is Phonee g A Dialing off with the New Era Banquet, the La Verne Phonathon ran from March 5-13. Reaching for a goal of 35150,000, they actually rang up EB140,000+. To the individual who made the most money a phone was installed for one semester free. The winning team each night got a free dinner. Happenings X 87 'Y Q- - - - 1- H 1--..,. . .W l K1 gan. The Thanksgiving Dinner in the Davenport Dining Hall was a delicious event, complete with lots of good food, a smiling turkey carver and plenty of eager eaters. 88 Happenings Nia Ei La Verne Is Yummy f u f .-xx' L 1. Q Q 1 f- ,f 'bl-J 4: MH., .. Y . ,,,,-,.I 375' .. jf' ,f"Pfi YH. f, 'K X, "Q .L if.. 1. . .1 4 ww- ? iF X ,gg y"f4 f 53155 1-11,4 .45 ' 'lp - :I i 1. P.Q.'f'Z'Ai .,g"r7-,Q It .yin 1 9--'iiufg X ., - - fef"'Y:-, , Q46 -9 ,':f,'f, J -5,1 ,3 ,-,N gnqr: ., HSL jw fi A -Law 1. jk. :TTL T,- , , 5 efga, Q gs, gf Q . I -, 13... 92,55 f 3?"': 1 5 Q? " 'u1:nnai,.:n.:u2-vr,-311.11 ' '- , an 5-um va-.L ,1 , .Lu .-1 ,awk-ral. v.,u,u.1.,,5 -.nn - .W ' . y W , --JK .-1 -.'.- ,:.r,,---E- ,, , , .gpm R V 1 4.a'l'mii 'ir QQ 'dl A . r x ' - n -Q, .iv ..' N "' T"-U A,- ,-... , ul ' ,w H., -.,.. -V.,...,. . s.,x Sv xY'7. iran 1 1 4' Ya, rn r I X H 9 X X L .Q ,x Xu La Verne Is Experience A luncheon was held to honor the Summer Service workers and their sponsors. It was a chance for them to get together again and discuss the ex- periences of the summer. 92 Happenings 45' L.. A 'dr X .Y " ' . 1- .4 I -' :- En., 'Z' 'W tv I 'A- I JM 1. 4NWf1I A IE L.. 'B '5 E1 'V L" uf, -"rf:-f' -. 'T ff' a-'FA Hr --if 4, ' -,.-I, r V WY.: . ,fam 1, 5 P ,-5:1 I 5-1 i f I. , , :fl V Ll L f .fu':,' AA.. M. rf- - We' .Ui-'. 1.5 If Q P. ,H 1 Y , '! by '-1 'f FEW HE: 'Q Ig. fl -4 yp..4y ,3,,M,,N, 1 up in -W N rf: ' J 1 I. I I 'III ,YD xg 'H , I fy. I .X Trl. '-'IW--4f'1N'z"' V , MII XII IV' J -E-rf fer" 1,7 . G21- . EDT .iq If 3 Hu. 3 f ' -1 Wy, l"'u ph .9 lb x vivjffyv 11' I A ff 3, ,, '.- Tye .1 r 'F ' r A ikqvhz . , -In ' .'fb, ' ., ':. vi V V 1 Q 1 .fi Pr- . v ' BW Li arf 'EX V J 1- .Ib Z 1 ' J-LI? 1 ,., .f 1 J 1 X VT' I J? 5 I whe- 'I Seniors Retreat To Attack The Future li V tif' it -M fl' ' P?" "' -' 2' 3'5" ' - -1" E, -49'-nr: " a r,e. -,mf"-' - ?"f':'i'i1e+l'Qiero:. ,3s.sgg':"'f'2 -" A small group of seniors l if-f5E"' ff? Ki f met at Pilgrim Pines to talk about old times and make plans for future ones. CWith a little time out for a snowball fightll 94 I Happenings , , , 2 '--A gm ' 'iff' S 1 L,-Q V e 1 Z I -.3 5 1 im! Vaf' ,c-ff", 'vi'-A V v 4"-dx", V Sv F"- .,a1'- .A -- ' .- - 1.44-, X , r , -Us N l. Hag 45 1 . ' 1 ' 1 1 , Q ? f I.. ff lf ., .. - -, -Tb x ia aft R 1 fX .N rs J' 1 "x w 5 '1 . ., 5 4 U ' ...-.-..-,- -any-Q. -1-5.1 . '14, 5' Y bfff. , "f.' ,-" 4 .1 X. I- i kg 5, .ri A V af- LJ- 4 I 'A I ' ,, . ,.. 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'QL Wiiikziiif A i af 2 T 'i 1 Cx A., . ,H , f W., -NM: X fif f 'Y + 'f':i5'f V' " I ' x ' 945' A A H 'gi + gs J xr ' , 'I' ' 1 'me E In Hi 1, V I .iw 5. - X l xg. hy .I ,w 1 5 3 1 1 :I i H41 wi E .1 vw 5 X , 1- n 1 ...Q A. 4159153 ' .. -V : 1 ,iz .?',H'R"f14 .,'fi3-'YTY-Q, aff-L. 1'-:-.4 7 .?1,.'- ,, .H W ' W '.- KT? I f T " ::Ef.IMl,-'JL ' ' N J. vip fgji wl wf -. L C Is Scoring ae.,-r 1 Blk X mf.-11 ' ma 2-1- A . . -ff.--.. ., . funk -Y 4 ' 'A M., ,Ja Ea,.x,.g LJ .44 1 Picture 1: Varsity Football - TOP ROW, left to right, Ted Pedvin, Dave Serrano, Rich Hernandez, Craig Teter, John Brahs, Ron Kimball, Coach Emmett Terrell. NEXT ROW, Bill Shang, Jim Nolen, John Keala, Jose Echeveria, Dave Poling, Randy Tyndall. NEXT ROW: Coach Dwight Hanawalt, Jim Lacey, Dick Aldrete, Dave Courey, Scott Fineberg. NEXT ROWg Coach Ben Hines, Lee Gregory, Glen Mayer, Carl Davis, Luther Cur- tis, Chris Willits. NEXT ROW, Jack Mauldin, Ken Lawerence, Brad Frick, Mario Torres, Ole Ellingson, Bernie Wendling, Ben Morrow, Coach Rex Huigens. NEXT ROW, Head Coach Rowland Ortmeyer, Brian Jackson, John Herrera, Tim Lehore, Roddy Hiatt, Ralph Valadez, Bill Lambert, Trainer Hank Johnson. NEXT ROW, Tim Worrell, Dave Maloff, Tim Morrison, Don Boatright, Robbie Hogan, Lindsey Brewer. BOTTOM ROWQ Dave Nash, Joe Muscato, Randy Brown, Kenji Sano, Steve Hines, Mark Little, Bruce Hines, and Corey Mehau. NOT PICTURED: Ricky Tedford, Robert Pacho, John Rome, Dean Buttress, Lucio Sagasta, Honnie Vanderkallen, and Jeff Jackson. ji l Games 8z Compet1t1on!99 8 N Jllll""f +5 W 1 JB ua' V -vs WZ' A rr 100!Games Sz Competition Special Statistical Highlights: Ben Morrow's 203 yds. rushing against Claremont-Mudd Brad Frick's 1012 yds. rushing in 9 games Randy Brown's 999 yds. passing in 9 games Mario Torres' 31 con- versions and 5 field goals for 56 pts. John Herrera with 121 tackles and assists Ole Ellingson with 139 tackles and assists Rod- dy I-Iiatt's 7 interceptions 13 Ft' I 7 The 1976 edition of La Verne College football was, "a good squad of 65 players, six coaches, a trainer, a statistician, and a doctor. The result was a good team that didn't put enough together to win the SCIAC championship so had to set- tle with a tie for second." Seniors on the squad were Randy Brown, Dave Courey, Jose Echeverria, Richard Hernandez, John Herrera, John Keala, Ron Kimball, Mark Little, Tim Morrison, Jim Nolen, Ricky Tedford, Mario Torres, and Chris Willits. A number of players were honored with all SCIAC selection: 1st Team: Dean Buttress, Brad Frick, John Rome, 8a John Herrera. 2nd Team: Dave Courey, Randy Brown, Steve Hines, Glen Mayer, Ole Ellingson, Ron Kimball, Sz Rich Hernandez. The NAIA District IH coaches selected: 1st Team: Dean Buttress, Brad Frick, John Rome Sz John Herrera. 2nd Tean: Ron Kim- ball Sz Roddy Hiatt. Honorable Mention: Randy Brown, Steve Hines, Ben Morrow, 8a Ole Ellingson. In addition to the nine Saturday games, resulting in a 5-4 record, the squad played three Fri- day games with a 2-1 record. Coach Rowland Ortmeyer Games Sz Competition! 101 The 1976 season was the most successful in the history of soccer at LVC. The squad wound up in fourth place in the SCIAC with a 5-6-1 record. The sweetest victory for the Leo booters was a 1-0 up- set win over league runner- up Whittier. Edwin Mar- ques, center-forward, was the first player from La Verne ever selected to the first team All-Conference squad. Second Team honor was given to Jesus Hernandez in his position as center Halfback. Picture 1: Varsity Soccer: TOP ROW Left to Right: Coach John Gingrich Park Southworth, Jack Sahl Ron Gonzales, Michael Henderson, Rick Root, Jim Bowser, Edwin Marquez, Harout Markarian. BOTTOM ROW: Jesus Hernandez, Chris Root, Alex Gallardo Arthur Cruz, Brian Parhman, Mike Gassner, Jim deLeon Mike Bravo, Bob Weaver. NOT PICTURED: Burhman Smith Mario Torres, Jose Tortella, Cindy '40 ' 1 EQ' M EX E3 M....y ' .ami 1 I 1 .QU T-- ff -V: 'A S3555 na, -' '1S?t, , .- -,f ...muh 4-54.1 - w, If ,,,x' V ' 5 p A x .1 .F Q- ,new-gi-,':f.'13fm 3, - Fd F gigifi-r,,1"'1f., W.: Ji!-.l "Buffs 5-. .4 xluggpl-lg-lllgyii' .-Q'fi,'.Q5 ' 'I I 453:nr'-a.s..QV,,,,,ggw2j,g':-ugh--'. -, ,ULZNEA -. -' -' . . ,,,-- - M... , , I - 1 .ml -..vb Ali y -A ... .I I .5 I ' ' ' rg.. , '. .zu as W1 A ' M ,Al.- , -4,,-,gig lpn- ' .A . ' ,F5""'1: fi "f . 'r5'.A.'1" ' - - 'X ,, , 14.-41h',wjq,3', 5 A- ,':. " 'f " -- ' W .-.-r' Ll1:AL,yfjg n.-QU U 51 W L K ' Y' I" '- Ecjixvju-'-,3,:'jTpf-"',"7"'W,mg:Q 'gh N . Q H--xg " .f - '-N Ql., . , , 1 1: ,414 'fx . - 4 . ,Q N n .V . .3 2 A - -f ' " L ' H ,T W . 1 I,- fi . 'ZA 1 . ug I 4 ' 'f ' -r . ,, I i I . F 1 . X E' . , V 553 M' K, -wr-H.-5-.332 P if .. 4 , ,. .,.. ,, , ,J::.,jx- 1- 7 ,.., L: -as M- 1- if , - ,,-,gawk fl M -, ' - Q " 5 "LGI - xml..- Mwst x ' '-fV"' "Q - ' " 1 X I . x. k X - -Q, . Q, " - ' ' -N 3. 5"wun-4 , , ' ll, f ,. , 1 - ,rr-N-M 4.59. f 'Y A 1531355-f'ITf , , . 'gf-,ik 'A ll, 'P.::?'- , F A V, ' ' ' 'WWI E V 4 4 Q wr Y! , V ,il-L".V,E.A-1 .,,-1-...H.fg.,-,J v V 1 M A ' .:'.a5,4:,'. ' , A ' -' e ' ' - - 1, L g. Q 1 Q i , 1. ..,.,,jx , ,I 'ggi " fcf..1.i-A . -14 Q D ., ., hw ,rx 'S r- .f f: r... . 'f'T,'-3 rm? V , -,,l,,,l. v Y I .TM -7 I l., F' v 4 f fu, I Q T' ',f- v 'RA 1 . it I., " 7 Lulu'-' "jpg l ' , 'ff f X . f H, f' .. Q., A -r., s.. ,- -+, .api ' 1 Q ,VI .. w. 'I ,Z .Z-lib? 1. Cross Country Team fLeft Cross Country centers around to Rightl TOP ROW: Coach individual achievements but Marc Jackson, Don involves team scoring. Unlike mos! Boatright, Steve Collins, sports the lowest score wins. This Gary Pierson, BOTTOM year's team competed against the ROW: Doug Johnson, Bill clock and not their opponents, Hopkins, 'Tony Meraz, NOT which made the races more PICTURED: Tim Morrison meaningful to them. I was very 104lGames and Competition satisfied with their performance and felt that their goals, attitudes, and sportsmanship reflected a high standard of championship, Coach Marc Jackson .11 ,.,,.,, 4, . HH, V Juv.. , La Verne Is Running 0 . A T Games and Competitionf105 W ,f , 4 ff' "S, 5 2' " 3 t .- '34 - . 1. ff-LV' A H-ri' A 4 lf i TEM? 'x X 'W U, 1. ' 1 .1 . A1 v 'W fff'3'!"'4pEQ!'-'Q In -f -1. X-. ,, We .,- in - 79 'f' 5 m ' -M LVC Is Shooting ff,,,. Ag warg- Q- 108 Games and Competition ,jlEH,g, i' Picture 1: Varsity Basketball Left to Right: TOP ROW: Michael Sharp, Stanley Dill, Anthony Vasquez, Dennis Munoz, Ulysses Ruffin, BOT- TOM ROW: Michael Winze, Hector La Marque, Jonny Russ, Dean Katzellis. NOT PICTURED: John Moon, Coach Art Bias, Assistant Coach Ed Taylor. ,i 14 I X Q i X X, , X. X N ,., . fs, if i 1 ,' -11 T'- 'v is ,f K , I f Games and Competition 109 ,,-4 S. x 2 . .,.f . L CIS Rebounding if f 1 f '- j.- li! :Y X , , .2-' 'ix'-:N ML' ,ff . , x,T5-Al-iff-F. fi .. 'F -' V, in -Q---l-' "'A: ' A' milf-Q 7' Picture 1: JV Basketball, Left to Rightg TOP ROW: Tom O'Leary Dave Serrano, Ricky Tedford, Bruce Claude, Coach Marc Jackson. BOTTOM ROW: Doug Nottingham, Tom Robinson, Davi Villa, Ron Levise. NOT PIC- TURED: Burhman Smith. Y K fi 'kffdmf Games and Competition 111 9 F N 5 -, , , 'A . I .1 N , X Mau? 'L . . ,l5:r"" ' X' - IK , X X w bl fs' xi . A X' NR . .9 x N L X M Xxx 'r X I . X X sf - f I cf' .F ,X ., 1 My 1 V , 42::I':, V , w j X ' x . ,X ,, sr . N, I X X .bb . "4 - 'K x E F' 1' V ,X .Mg V! . X, V - gn. 1 f x - 1 1 r: . - .A - F!! - 17 .. 9, fyf "" , ..-ew .,,,. .-,, ,. ,, .r,. , , rx T Y. X 'x 1. i f 1 ' ' 1 I -'v 1 ,-W' .x - . ,, IA ll. uv, l fp X , -E2 fi' wiv . L w -' 1 "J 8 A . f2 w2:u,5 ' ' 'CN Wm s X gf , , Q N is ,us 1 , , jf, 4 . ! . , -.K . N ni . 4. X. 1 . ' A X i X 4 ": Q-Tn .QR- .::.--'-'-H-. X 7 ' f if t5' 3'ix-,' A ' ,Nix ' -' "'? ' ' 49535 .N ,QA , ba. 1. 'Q N V , A., 4 fr '1 R A wg --- A 1 .XL Kb ax, I 1 'r wk fsxwxs, Ex ml: ri! -FGM r, -?f'i?.-g-fm , :Y rw Q1 '-.- ,, ,- !Z Lu" fx' '-.nn .Q-V 4 x X , T , ,,4, .5 X I fp .ff ff?T?f , ,. u I Er" 5, 5 ig 1, 1 1 X' f '-1' A Q 1 , .. . 'Rb I ',' - V . ff 4' 'IVA La L-.L +4 ff . ,X Chu .1 . r-vi I 4 . '-J x . I -vm' 3 LVC Is Rallying Picture 1: Tennis. TOP ROW: Left to Rightg Jose Ortez BiBiconi, Ole Ellingson, Ken Neh Brian DeWoiff, Ed Samaha, Dave Diaz. BOTTOM ROW: Hector La Marque, Andy Garcia, Coach Jim Paschal, Oscar Mendez. The 1977 La Verne College Team is much improved over the 1975-76 Teams. The addition of freshman Jose Ortez BiBiconi, from Puerto Rico, provided the team with an adequate 7541 man. Ken Neher, a local Bonita High product and junior transfer from Manchester, adds strength and experience in the 7142 position. Andy Garcia, the yf42 player from 1976, returned giving the team strength in the 543 position. Dave Diaz at 546 is the only other returning player from the previous year. New players in 1977 include Oscar Mendez, Ed Samaha, Hector LaMarque, Ole Ellingson and Bryan Wulf. Coach Jim Paschal 114lGa1nes 8a Competition er, . Fil 1 li ' ' I ll' ' U 4 'A , 1 i' 7 :TET5 - ----.... ......-,,,..,-.,,, I ' ', ' ' 'E E, - ' .ga ---Q-..,,...4.-.. 4 ,. 1 1 a 'Q agus Ja .1-..1,.r J... b- -. - ,-,.'q,-f:.14-iY.?:u- . A qw .. Ml. W .M if 'gf' --. .. ,,- ,U hi-,+ ,F 41, MQ.:-', .',,-ff -, ,- . ' ' 1.4.4.5-' L. L-::4:Y.'.4 f. ii' f.-L: w 1 f' 1 w - ,4 Games Sz Competition X 115 The La Verne College Track Sr Field programs continue to operate under very frustrating circumstances. Lack of facilities necessary to train on which meets can be conducted results is a very difficult situation for players and coaches alike. All meets are away and practice sessions can hardly be periods of high enthusiasm. This year marked the return of Womens Track 8a Field at La Verne College and marked the beginning of Track competition for Women in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. I feel that La Verne College could and would compete well in SCIAC competition if the facilities were brought up to standard. Coach Roland Ortmeyer Picture 1: Track 8: Field: STANDING: Left To Rightg Manager Marie Bennett, Bill Hopkins, Jeff Elwell, John Schildmeyer, Coach Rowland Ortmayer, Sue De Witt, Don Boatright, Harry Wade, Steve Cundy, KNEELING: Lindsey Brewer, Robbie Hogan. NOT PICTURED: Jackie Oliver, Phillis Morris, Cheryl Vaultz, Pam Smith, Sandy Ingersoll, Dana Lanier, Roddy Hiatt, Ben Morrow, Jim Davis, Mike Gassener. LVC Is Sprinting 116 X Games 8: Competition K X. Games Sz Competition I 117 v45f."'-5f..":'6fLl',, V 5. . - .15 'jv 1- . 1' 2- 'U n f . 'A wvwf ff-S , 1 D- I 1 .S QQ-. .3 "Tx ET, Ag m K X , S fl I .1"'.' lffi 1, .4 4 'WAQH 5' ,--T53 ,. 4 rf: Sq, K- Q .-'Him' .4 Y .-1 3'i7f53f:'b f- 4 GQ' A -M. KW ' "rn h T 4,15 , :fbi ' ,,!Q, N. ix. rg' f,. I -12 in ff- 1 ,M-f A x 1 6 WN.. -K p,'r'1fa -.zagff , , It --,:,f:'..1,: Tw ,f.,i' 31 1 ' my 'lm ' 'TI' - .H Q 1 J ' 1 W? 'il 1 rv i. . cl . I v' 5 A. -' - 'KX ,ff E 'K 4-5: , fl I ,. rj , 1' iff I3 .4 f xr Vile? K 'f I V! 'wil rlrvl A A I, ,- UI . s , W , I . g. Picture 1: Varsity Baseball TOP ROW: Left to Right Assistant Coach Mark Haliburton, Brent Jetton, Jim Valone, Doug Thompson, Marty Davis, Brian Emery, Steve Goggins, Bob Walduski. NEXT ROW: Paul Contrerras, Rick Oliver, Ralph Valdez Dave Chavez, Mike Walters, Steve Polland, Paul Mc Guire, Bruce Hines, Rick Ortega, Jim Wilfong. BOTTOM ROW: Pat Proux, Bill Huges, Dave Nash, Tim Bruzette, Wayne Redford, Kevin Smith, Head Coach Ben Hines. Games Sz Competition f 119 V ' -Hb-..-. - -,,,-wg 120 f Games Sz Competition --,rg , ,I ,Y ' fp , - ' . .M .M 'L' Kr, V - , 'V ' I . ' . '- ,, U ivvw -, .' ,. . A, - w - i:wC,,- 522 15,4733 b- ' ' lu :: " ., vw 5 "' Cn " ' "wi-M ' R.. .. 7-Li"'- 3" 'D -. '- 'Ffh . . 1 . AEE' 'J?.?'Cf1.?,:1ff5f: -f" , Q '.Ig"".J-' ,Q ,,, ..,, . A. V: 3-Wg.. 577 . Wqf.-353825 .,,1.,f:,1I',k-h,-1.2 L- T ,3?z,,5..,'wi1UE.rg14 any. r., Hb '51 at .-.4 '-Sf!-an-.p.. ,Ht A. Y: az.:-'Ef'A1 'l,fN iii.:-iz, . ' ' ff' ' Q2 '-r,. L ' Q'.'f".Zr'91'-W wif-n,.x'2 .'1g1',5"E'g-"5-34Q"f-l"?.gw J :Li ' ' Fw 1 'ff "ci iff-2+ '- ."'L'a731J"f'f: us' JF 22. A-J'-H-'J-1-',1:i2..ia1i.-..": Games 8: Competition I 121 LVC Is Throwing A In Picture 1: J.V. Baseball. TOP ROW: Left to Righty Ricky Ortega, Marty Davis, Frank Martini, Mark Sawyer, Anthony Vasquez, Coach Mark Haliburton. BOTTOM ROW: Bruce Hines, Bobby Graham, Dave Maloof, Kevin Smith. 122 I Games Sz Competition 71 LVC Is Putting f ' ,.1' -1-1. . . ' ' ' ., - . 5. x A A .mm ', 5 ' nf' -'K -.,,, ' . V , rv 1 ,V ...,. ld? 5s .RQMGAQ Us P " -. " . 2, . - . wx. WV- QE., 1 'K I ,I 1 ...X - 'N-4. . Q., 4- A A..-za Q' "-1asnn,,,' 'V ' ffswu -v.-N' :xx-.-s'-,"l"'.. . "W -""" , H- , H A'g314'.,i-'.f" I fa L" -',.-H ri.:-ewmgj , . gy... :qc .4. .. I ,, .4541- ,-er -' . fib- v .,f- .-. ,vy ,.,. --.,. , ',4.f'.-He 62- ,A ,.2,, ,pun 1 ,law 7.142 with-r -LL. 711' : A1835 ' Q . , -1---,.p.fq4,fN51--.gg 9, -.3 -, .ug , ., he . .H ,, A -'Qtr -17, , arg:-'34 :.'rCl" 1 '-1-'Q 1 'fif'3f5+..- .M Picture 1: Golf. Left to rightg Brett Dody, Jim Lacey, Greg Hopkins, Doug Nottingham, Ed Garcia, Coach Rex Huigens. The La Verne College 1977 Golf Team was a very dedicated and competitive group. Led by senior Greg Hopkins the team finished in a tie for third place behind Pomona and Claremont. The team showed great competitive spirit throughout the year and played one of their better matches against Claremont. That match ended in a 27-27 tie. Ed Garcia, Brett Dody, Jim Lacey, Frank Lizanaga and Doug Nottingham will all be returning next year as Hopkins was the only senior, so there ia a good deal of optimism for next year's team. Coach Rex Huigens Games Sz Competition X 123 .,,,,,. WW - ':' , Q ' ' . .mx-f 9-if ,. W 11 ' ' . D1 mu if iv Ls wx vi ...a uw 'L N' Vi: uf A un X e 1 u u-2 xg d 1 4 ,K I, ff., I: N M ,,, ' 'fAr fi 4 G . X 1 W V! qv A hr ay N ,. ',- Q lm ' .. .I -L 2-7' X ' -25:53 :ffl I. ' 1 -:,,-, ' V i. 15 f M-, Q, - gl - Q . A, 1.:.:J W 1 Qi . ' Y Ml 4 N n .1 ' ' 6 I- J I - ' , nga , G f-,iv yn N. , f ' 5 , Q .' I v ,. I x if xqly K' R s. I ' X I I ' kj , . K .1 . X ,' .V I , :L 34. ,- i .:. 3 I ,,! V 54' IGI, Ay, , V? xi? , H: - . Il, I , ' 'xx Q ' "'- V lr: , . as Al 4 'fe ffai , 1 ' - -ZW 'Q -,- T "'. V' Q 'f V Y 1" fr " W ' 'I A 'A ' " K I xl l 1 fl. l . " f W 1 ,K A ' 101: K za ' xg, ,115 ' 4 ' 3 'V fx: 3" .4 t . F.: 1 7 N 3 M, 1. M , :VF 34 557 -- , t.",3'ff'f N xv. xv 1 'X Games and Competltlon 125 H '-uk Ei LVC Is Volleying if--, - 3 J! ix f -L., fgxfl La Verne Volleyballers began the season with a week of pre-school 6 hour per day workouts. It was La Verne's best women's team ever. Mov- ing up from an independent schedule where the record was 11-7 in 1975, La Verne finished 5th in the newly formed SCIAC Conference with a record of 2-10 with a 5-12 season record. La Verne hosted the lst Annual La Verne In- vitational. Along with tournament winner Cal State Fullerton, Cal Poly, Loyola, Biola Sc Cal State Los Angeles all participated in the all day round robin tournament. Pam Maulcon, a senior hitter-setter from Hawaii, was selected to the SCIAC All Conference Team. Pam was also voted as La Verne's most valuable player. Julie Ewens, a freshman hitter-blocker from Workman High School was selected as the team's most im- proved player. The Junior Varsity team coached by Peggy Kempkes completed the season with a 4-10 record. Coach Jim Paschal J .V. Women's Volleyball. Picture 1: TOP ROW, Left to Right: -Cheryl Derrick, Barbara Muenchausen, Virgie Rodriquez, Patti Carrera. NEXT ROW: Peggy Kemples, Coach: Cynthia Shaw, Lisa Rayner, Ruby Ramos. BOTTOM ROW: Susana Alva, Cheryl Vaultz, 8a Kathleen Johnson. NOT PICTURED: Rita Ornelas. Varsity Women's Volleyball. Picture 2: Jim Paschal, Coachg Sandi Ingersoll, Jackie Lewis, Pam Maunakea, Lyndel Morgan, Becky McPeek, Wendy Sturrock, Sz Julie Ewens. if Games 8: Compet1t1on!127 LVC Is Bouncing ff S 2 .3 15...- M53 Qrrvn I 5-H? Q--' Q X Q ,,1...--- 128 Games and Competition .- , " .f 1 -w-f SQL. , V "l"'f ..1, A , dm, -.w,'- - .xgif W 'Yi . " ' ' The women s basketball team is an exciting team to watch They play a fast running game with an excellent fast break offense Their man to man defense IS tenacious and the many steals they get from it allows them to move quickly into offense. Mary Thelbert a senior guard has been an outstanding player for La Verne College for four seasons. Mary averages 20 points a game Mary captain of the team for two years is one of the best shooters 1n women s basketball. Sandy Ingersol, Jr. center, has had an outstanding season averaging 15 points and 12 rebounds. Sandy has been effective inside more often this season because of quick deceptive passing from Jr. Tonita Fernandez. Cherie Hanawalt, Jr., has done ex- tremely well in getting the ball into play quickly from rebounds and out-of-bounds to move the fast break. Lyndel Morgan, a freshman guard, has done an outstanding job of making both the offense and defense move. Mikki Everage, freshman, has become one of our best defensive players and rebounders and has a passing arm that can put the ball right on target for the fast break lay-up. Jane Felz, sophomore, adds much needed rebounding height and Kristi Hines, freshman, who plays back- up center is steady on offense and defense. J'-' 'A-',,... :tg-v"" Games and Competition 129 LVC Is Dribbling Picture 1: Women's J .V. Basketball-Kleft to rightl TOP ROW: Lisa Rayner, Carol Gardner, Linda Halstead, Lorraine Baltazar, Coach Kris Cleveland. BOTTOM ROW: Karen Schrimpf, Suzanne Alva, Aloha Floyd, Phyllis Morris. ,I l Q X1 X ii P Jfil 130 Games and Competition .Xi .K l 'X 3- ,Q ,N - xx ., - Y..-J, - V h,...49 T P i"iiij2S?..Z 6 . Q Z 'Q-.Lv . F.. .Em i I j. 1 "' - -.-.751 ,girl " 1 , , f g I l 1 l l . -1 ..',m. x , ..-dk ,V ...ui ,,..-u-f" -S X i X f ,LJ jf .W 4' x .5 L.. 3 ,ma fu 4. ,Q 1 'K '. Ju . - ,AJ It kk V' g x x x x -"' ' ,:.....-,V -. ...A ,.., . , ....r. FJ' f. v 6 s-xii? . 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J. 4 - Q' My Q: f , ,591 x 1' A nr 5' sf M Q H - 4' , +71 x R if L , '33 L' f L xx f 1 A fs., P I 1- Y W1 I 1 " ,if-fx Ur ,vm N. J-wh--.Y .' 1 3 V x. . L K 1. 5, :iw ' Ss N 3 , ,ss 138 Ed President Yeghia Babikian-Assistant in President's Office Wayne Miller-Vice-President of Undergraduate Affairs, Dean of Undergraduate Programs E. Earle Brewer-Vice-President for Business and Administrative Service, Treasurer LaVeme College Board of Trustees l. 2- Educating and Guiding 139 .' v H , TQ- L: .' .,1," "J'22,12r,., ,, .E V ,J .. , if-23. 1. Melody Stallings-Resident Director, Studebaker-Hanawalt Hall 2. Kara Moore-Resident Director, Miller Hall 3. Marvin Snell-College Physician 4. Marlin Heckman-Librarian 5. Stephen Lesniak-Assistant Dean of Students 6. Thomas Harvey-Director of Research, Evaluation and Quality Assurance 7. Ross Stuart-Resident Director, Brandt Hall 140 Educating and Guiding awk ,wil Q, A ' w .4 X 1 , Arthur Bias-Assistant Professor of P.E. and Stu- dent Services Phillip Green-Director of Admission Sharon Agler-Dean of Student Services Patricia Carver-Clerk, Admissions Clara Craft-Career Counseling Assistant and Secretary, Student Services Michael Welch-Associate Director of Admission Adeline Cardenas-Clague-Admission Assistant Norma Hanawalt-Secretary, Physical Education Educating and Guiding 141 1. Edward Jakowczyk-Controller 2. Lowell Brubaker-Director of Financial Aid 3. William Wagoner-Registrar 4. Katherine Ness-Switchboard 5. Esther Chicafera-Education 6. Raul Isias-Social Science 142 X Educating and Guiding 5,-if Bridget Bishop-Clerk, Financial Aid Zoila Garcia-Secretary, Counseling Office Ruth Hersch-Director of Child Care Center, Assistant Professor of Education Nancy VanVoorhis-Financial Aid Advisor Laura Poling-Financial Aid Advisor Jacqueline Powers-Associate Dean of Academic Affairs,.Assis- tant Professor of Humanities Cyndie Rapoza Riegel-Manager, Bookstore Educating and Guiding 143 I l Natural 144!Educating and Guiding Science Ernest Ikenberry-Chemistry, chairman Jay Rhee-Chemistry George Arnold-Physics, chairman Harvey Good-Biology Robert Neher-Biology, chairman Albert Herbst-Math Sheridon Merritt-Zoology 1 .- " .154 Qi Q J if Communication Arts 3. Dorothy Kolts-Journalism 4. Joan Arias-Spanish 5. Kathleen Irace-English 6. Katharine Hoskins-English 1. Roswitha Brooks-French, German 2. Rosemary Weiner-Journalism Specialist Educating and Guiding I 145 Communication Arts .1 1 1' V if ' J ll, f I x Philosophy and Religion 1. Robert Miller-Radio-T.V. 2. Gary Johnson- Radio 3. Rhoda Kachuck-English 4. William Willoughby-Philosophy, Chairman 5. Vernard Eller-Religion 6. Conrad Casler-Journalism 7. Tong-Tang Lim-Int. Culture Center 8. John Gingrich-Religion 9. Joan Schroeder-Speech Communications 10. Ester Davis-Asst. in Pres. Office 146fEducating 8a Guiding IN I'-rrN rdf, N..- Fine Arts 'X N , .rf YZ , History-Government M v ..,. .N . b A m Tr vu.. Q-L. -uv- -Q.. fi -Q... 4 1 Ai 1. Joella Mahoney-Art 2. Douglas Moorehead-Music 3 John Woodruff-Theatre Arts 4. James Fahringer-Music 5. Gary Colby-Photography 6. Steve Nagler-Art 7. Donald Evans-Music 8. Nicholas Polos-History 9. Herbert Hogan-History 10. Andria Fletcher-Political Science 11. John Jang-History, Chariman Educating and Guidmg!147 Behavioral Science 55-ll NI? 114 l 1. Glen Crago-Sociology 2. Gertrud SenGupta-Behavioral Science 3. Florence Crago-Sociology 4. Harry Schrickel- Behavioral Science 5. Dayton Root- Psychology, chairman 6. Catherine Cameron-Sociology 7. John Mainiero- Education, chairman 8. Yvonne Davis- Education 9. Joan Clakins-Education 10. James Coleman-Education 11. Cheryl Givens-Education 148fEducating and Guiding 7 Nluv Education Education -. Q - tr A, Counseling ' it-" Nc' 'f ' 3. John Rand-Education 5. Robert Burns-Education 5. Jewel Meador-Education Ei 1. Thomas McGuire-Education NWN N, 2. Max Forney-Education, Program Specialist in School 4 Educating and Guiding I 149 Education L . Economics-Business 1. Lawrence Ytuarte-Education, Bilingual Program 2. Htein Han-Economics, Chair- man 3. Richard Baker-Business 4. Ahmed Ispahanie-Economics and Business, Dr. Harold Fasnacht-President Emeritas 5. Robert Hurley-Speech, Speech Clinic 6. Robert Borghi-Speech, Chair- man, Director of Speech Clinic 150 Educating and Guiding 1 T A i Speech Pathology gi 6' Physical Education 1 L '-JW lii . ,J ,xr im, 3' 1. Nancy Blickenstaff-P.E. 2. Jim Paschal-P.E. 3, Ben Hines-P.E. 4. Kristina Cleveland-P.E. 5. Dwight Hanawalt-P.E.,chairman 6. Roland Ortmayer-P.E. 7. Lucille Zabel-P.E. 8. Marc Jackson-P.E. 9. Rex Huigens-P.E. Educating and Guiding!151 Child Care Center 1. Director of the Child Care Center Ruth Hersch 2. Head teacher Mariza Naylor reading to children i The Child Care Center has operated for over two and one half years. It is funded by the California State Department of Education. The staff is made up of a director, a head teacher and nine staff members who are teachers and assistants. La Verne College students who are involved in the education department or the two Child Psychology courses participate in field experience at the center. This 152 f Extensions Qlmri .. 1 1 .rl- ,', N .ff IR, CP'-'rv 1rI4..gJ. f gives them an opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge into actual practice. A program called the Compensatory Employment Training Act QCETAJ involves community people from La Verne and San Dimas who would like to learn how to work with young children. Some of the goals emphasized at the center are to help the child learn how to feel good about himself and how to interrelate with peers and adults. The center is made up of children of students attending LVC and neighboring colleges, classified personnel and faculty of LVC an-d some community children. There are approximately fifty children enrolled at various times and the ages range from one to eight. if ggvw 3:1- Extensions X 153 831235-L1'f"s5 Eau' fi ,mlefeffw ,. ' Graduate And Professional Studies, Law Center And Doctoral Program In Education The Graduate and Professional Studies Sector assists in their continuance of educational goals by providing explora- tory opportunities in occupation and career development. Another objective is to assist societal institutions in the developmentof professional leadership. The Graduate Studies Program offers Master'of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Education, Master of Public Administration and Master of 0-1--.-- The La Verne College Law Center has established itself as an institution in which our future barristers can secure a sound education in law. This profession- al program, which is spending its last year in Miller Hall, moving to the W.I.T. Hoover Hall, enjoys an enrollment of approximately 230 falmost 2095 are womenj. It is authorized to confer on its graduates Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Law degrees. The Doctorate in Education is a unique advance training program for practicing school administrators. The program reflects the findings of a three year field test involving more than one hundred student and faculty members. In the field, it views and tests the theoretical aspects of the program thereby validat- ing the competency of the candidates in both theory and practice. BN? 154 f Extensions 1. Dean of Graduate Office Donald Clague. 2. Program counselor of Masters Program in School Management Thomas Fine Armenian College I ' 1 x. A .i if V lr x "i . 1 , , .8 .L V . r , .I , ., , , ,- . W ,' A ' '- . ii , Inauguration ceremonies for the opening of the first Armenian college in the United States American Armenian International College QAAICJ took place Sept. 12, 1976. One of the goals of the college is to enrich students in the Armenian cultural heritage. AAIC and LVC are r independent of each other in operations, management and . finances, and each has its own Board of Directors. It is interesting to note that in the Armenian Architecture class being offered this year, there were more students in E t . X 155 the class that were non-Armenian than Armenian. X enslons 1 , nf Jw 1 uw ' NIHA g. S. ,1 - .1 A V I Y . ' H M953 l P 4 . 'L .I r -1.119 1 .Y , H-FfiI'f5,',,.! ...b . -1,7 -wily 1. H ,.,i,. .. ., '. 'gd vrupa ,N , V7 'fel Hi v 'xx 151, , z ,'Ii".:1R"1.3ixf 333553 ,N 'wi 1 l - v3 R.. Wag K3 1 if img-L .X Y TX' -Y, I L U, uv x 1 a r ,A --'Y' BT . . 'A ' .Nu i ,H-' 'j.v , X . 1 :- . ,bl . iw , 'r 5 . . 41-1-z ...X f .es W .p . in 'I' P "H,-'i W "Til: V5 -he .v..,. 'I' if - l-'fl 'Z V., -.1 .' 1 1 - 11-1 ., jg i n l v?7jf,i 14 'Q ' 1" ing 1- . .Qiy::'9jJ,5' ' - ' " r' 'V , , 1 at 1 '7i3'.w K .,f,, ff-f'i:'ff i..'.,- lag 5. -. The La Verne College Accelerated Program for Adults CLVCapaJ is designed to serve the educational needs of persons beyond the usual college-going ages. The college believes that the opportunity for people to pursue a college degree in their middle and later years is as significant to them and to society as the opportunities afforded the majority of young adults. Weekend College's major goal is to adapt to the special needs of the working adult student. Students earn academic credit in several ways: independent studies, directed studies, mini-courses, and full courses. This new program makes it possible to complete a degree by attending Friday evenings and Saturday and evening classes. The Weekend Series has been designed to make new and innovative ideas and techniques in education available to profession educators. These activity-oriented courses emphasize practical new skills that have immediate classroom applicability. The Weekend Series courses carry upper division or' graduate level semester units of credit. 1. Director of LVCapa Harry Hood, Director of Weekend College Jackie Powers Dowd, and Director of Weekend Series Cheryl Givens. LVCapa Weekend College Weekend Series Extensions I 157 158 f The Staff -Q. 55" gif Jw 1- 11 1 4 """"' A special thanks to Rosemary Weiner, Ross Barrons, John Dunbar, Marie Bennett, Linsay Brewer, Jim de Leon, Sarah Young, Carol Slemmons and Pattie McKel1ip. Lambda Yearbook Staff: fleft to rightl SEATED- Co-editor Sherry Takacs, Co-editor Debra Mack, and Activities editor Kim Radford. STANDING- Activities assistant Cindy Forney, Faculty and Staff editor Janna Martindale, Seniors editor Lindy Germain, Underclassmen editor Annette Milazzo, and Advisor Kathleen Irace. NOT PICTURED- Sports editor Lindi Fuller, Debbie Rodriguez, and Pam Nichols. Photography Staff: Carl Davis, Alex Gallardo, Rich Yengst, Randy Miller, Carol Gardner, and Randy Tyndall. NOT PICTURED- Judy Jeffrey, Hide Muzutani, Angie Avila, and Renee Campbell. Thai shfxll ne er he forgut 'Fm' 11-.lmzeni mes vnll llngcf? 5 A VJ., ' K P4 ""f- ' . , T: .za dear faf'urQfcLspc'r'tjj1x eavh heari. 'r ' A . ,, A -.i, li' ww. Q , , ,.. , .- ' 1, 1, I A -I' X ,,,. I "" P? "'f:....5z . P fx N Y . .tam , 6'-3 ,wif "S", . , A ,WI -4 . 'fi ' mmf , vb, .X I .L --1. . K". R 1. Q., , 1 . UI L 4 f' A Y,-5 1 :N Q 'hex m ff' w ' 27 ' ", '. 1 I-L., L ., 1 - I I I L' 1, ' ,- 'x 'V 'Q A 'v " il . 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1978

University of La Verne - Lambda Yearbook (La Verne, CA) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 160

1977, pg 160

University of La Verne - Lambda Yearbook (La Verne, CA) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 156

1977, pg 156

University of La Verne - Lambda Yearbook (La Verne, CA) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 97

1977, pg 97

University of La Verne - Lambda Yearbook (La Verne, CA) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 29

1977, pg 29

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