University of the Pacific - Naranjado Yearbook (Stockton, CA)

 - Class of 1930

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Department of Education HE SCHOOL of edu- , -5 3 cation had its beginning ' T J ' f C 1- 111 1123 when the o lffl' vm D? lb A 61 ' 5' l rg-.ggjge was placed on the ac- credited list of the State Board of Education for the granting of teaching credentials. Since then the development has been steady in several lines of teacher training and has surpassed all expectations y entertained at the time of the mov- l ing of the college to the San joa- quin valley in 1924. 'llhe staff has been regularly added to in recent years. Courses in the teaching of certain high school subjects are of- DCs'11'W""am Hams fered by several regular members of the staH of the Stockton Irligh School, and the work of super- vising cadet teachers in the elementary schools has been greatly extended by the appointment of Mrs. Marion Pease for that por- During recent years the classes in education have been attract- ing many teachers in service who are working for higher cre- dentials or for college degrees. Also a number of pieces of edu- cational research are being conducted by graduate students who are candidates for the master's degree. Other services of the department are the supplying of its staff members as speakers at various educational institutes and conventions 'md the beffinninffs 1 ' b an of a mental testing service for problem children. a- t rfb Nic l M.:-N tion of the work. 6 Lflnf- x XX 'fy' 1ilTiixXN Yxvff lf Ng lt f i.. Vvllyl VWWQ ll S i ilflflili l ff rlibllil l V will 'Xl lk Nw" lg - ,QV ef- if L gif, ' Yl fs, il li 5-2 ' ll W . 5 ffirf '3:,'3 i 31.91 I f ' wgwf i C-'AV M uzi 'I Avi a fire ,. r ,f1g.e3efe.. t .gyda ,i... ii, V -.cl - fs. i V ,gr n if . 'Q M. ,fs ' Q' ZH l. I 'l,Wil1lf',3,- Y. - f 'H Qs w ii.' - -. 1 f Wy f I f. , J NR all "gil, ,, ---' 5,.- 'QM y ufni, ,sy Qllltllf at r V aww N 'U' .ff sw 20 - . 71. -1 F-1' - 1-Ply-.ml YM X5 iletj' rylip.-it 4 x f' : pest- X. 4' . t 'bf no

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School of Music HE CONSERVATO- ll QS' RY OF MUSIC at the College of the Pacific EQ was established in and since then has become,ii"o1iiel'i'of the hnest music departnieiits on the Pacific Coast, not only in registra- tion and courses, but in excellently trained professors. The proportion of Conservatory students to the registration is unusually la rget Long outstanding among music del partments in California schools, its excellence was realized s e v e r a l y years ago when the newly organ- ized American Association of Mu! Dean Charles M. Dennis - - sic Schools elected the Conserva- tory to charter membership. During the second semester, the students are given a chance to show their ability at recitals every Tuesday night. This affords opportunity not only to the public, but to the musicians themselves, as it enables them to gain experience in public per- formance. From this experience comes the opportunity to play in the Stockton Symphony Orchestra, over the radio, and at private musicals, as so many of the Conservatory members do. The Conservatory is well known not only for its educational advantages, but for the finely trained teachers it sends out every year. ,za--' r t f N ll li fi . iff, c""iY:' 1 5 52,5 .X as . - X jlflsf VL XN it lil 1' X, fl if if xiii. fillix it X ifffifr, l ,f ,f V ,. v- ' .x,,s5.. , qt 1. 'Ai 4 av ,iip l In y M ' Cb I ' vagal , if i pa i' . M11 19 iiil. " U 'jolt l 'l l the if ti riii i t T i ,, limit. 1 l 1 UE ll fa W X 'f -m l if 1 v' ' .T ,W k-'t v ,df r1fli'f,l3ti :id 'QI' ,fo ffm -rf , 7 , ' -1-.i z, ig . U 'r ,fi , -. fr '-Tm. t I J I l Q ' vig, . , 'W ,gi if-g,,y,fL,'..5:.xw-Yr., '- fl' ,1"' f f !'H31f,r V ' .i 1 Q' 4 "'I T ' ff' 'hlit ,f ' 'xm- j I 1 129 5-



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Department of Speech ,, lm J HEN lacific granted CL A the Bachelor of Arts J . degree Wltll a major in public speaking in june, l92O, she distinguished her- self as the first institution in the i .01 , , -Ii, Eg state to grant such a degree. Up to that time students of oral expres- sion in all institutions received a diploma without a degree, and took a degree with a major in English, for speech was considered the child of, rather than the twin sister of the English department. ln 1924 speech supplanted public speaking as the name of the department in keeping with the widening concep- tion of the significance of speech education in the life of the in- dividual. XVillian P. Hinsdale Unusually fine opportunities are open to majors to supplement class-room theory with practical audience experience in all branch- es of speech: acting, all iforms of public address including de- bating, recitals and play-directing. Credit towards graduation ls granted to students who participate in these activities under faculty direction. In 'llhe staff is composed of DeMarcus Brown, Professor Dwayne Orton and Miss VVillian P. Hinsdale. ,. - 'Tm ,-if-'-f1"'N,x 1 ,frm X it Wi X ,f ill! ,ft l , E, 411, J I 'Jf"'1'xX sg N if t ' l , if s iz , f ,ff fl'9'U l I ll 'f XY rf' Vi 'f t l - , tt X lr ,QW lu .N Iii. La' "" ts. ,, V1 ' .pg , ri . 'ff 1, 'Q ,fkkl sk i ,f ,V , uw' X . 1 H fr , i f' are ' rs 1 pig Aff. EN7I.f,,,j I, In - , XM' ,Kuff '.- X. V ' ,iypf-.79 f','j'Q-Q -,.' -V -- I, 2 tat ,www a vat r, fa.r M- . -,t. i 1 xlajij y i, , Hilj',f'y,ii y,f"fl Ng 6. Ql"'lf'Xik - iffi'Q'f iuirfiilifll fu, .. Na" ' 4,f',f'f, ,f V ,i ","'f'mg1 ,'- grew- n1'.rf"N V ' .' 41 Eff J ' ff f 4 J' .1 fdlrf MIN. 4' ,: 4' S if N , ,WU,fA5if,f!5 .5:.A,-'will' U I-'gr' .Z 'M x - ,fllfiiif ' ,fi ,fQL4f1,f',f' ' ' ,ll ' 5""i,l'Q ..,' lv. ' ' ,iii -1 Nfl f . si -H-fr . AQ, -,, . Ai,,,f, ,f,f,, , , ,v .' .ini - , N Q 'ms n--.. it 'L

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