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

 - Class of 1938

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, I . ' X 1 w , . i , 1 I I 1 O 0 TO CHARLES E. CORBIN REGISTRAR or THE COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC Who from 1914, when he entered the College as a teacher of mathematics, un- ceasingly down to, the present day has given his love and his devotion to the cause of education, we dedicate this thirty- third edition of the 1938 Naranjado. as R, ROM the beginning oi worlc upon the 1938 Naranjado, the aim of the staff has been to present Life in College which will have as much interest when viewed years from now as when its pages are first opened. To accomplish this purpose, we have divided the boolc into sections of school life, presenting the hurdles each undergraduate must pass. Starting with Registration, we have recorded the events as they have occurred, some oi them overlapping, until Finals, the last section devoted to those who have passed,the Graduates, Lmfmu Book i . Registration Book ll . Mid-Terms Book iii B. Book' Reports Book iV . Term Papers Book V . 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MDW West Memorial Infirmary 4,, v L"" ' 'ff--:::.'3'-"7"""?:-:::'?:- -- Z.. - 1'f" N-T5 WWW:-L--Q. ,. '- 25 6' G off' "T5'f'-: W " X ' 4' X,-7-,., The Conservatcffrif---from Smith Gate A.-f I EMORIAM DR. J. STOWE BALLARD . . '86 MRS. MARTHA R. AMOS BUCK '77 BISHOP CHARLES WESLEY BURNS Honorary Ll D '32 ROBERTA BURLAND . . . '37 GEORGE CRANE Jr. . . '3I MERLE ELLIOTT . . 'I9 ALBERT D. FIELD . . . . '29 HENRY C. GESFORD . . '8I GRACE KINNEY . . . 'll EDWARD LIPPITT . . . '82 ARNOLD PAUL . . . . x'35 MRS. JOHN C. WERRY . . '87 T E E: 'T' TULLEY C. KNCDLES I PRESIDENT COLLEGE CE THE E!-ICIEIC V N A R A N J -. .,. DWAYN E 0 R To N PRESIDENT STQCKTQN JHCGLLEGE v . A D 0 'S 8 DEAN M E N James H. lfnrsnn br' 'X Gordon Warner R. McCall Corbin Toms Vannuccini McCann Bacon Sfanford H01 DEAN OF WOMEN Up:-1l Berg M. Pease CQMPTRGLLER Il. H. Bitter Pofis Bawden V M Hill Breniman . c Wriighf Call ' Kielclsen B II Q Joachims F 221 REGISTRAR Ilharles E. Ilurhin J S 'th Eby Deeri q G W d ll P H B d 2 n . Pease ' ree Colliver A D O '3 8 REGISTRAR STQCKTQN JUN1012 CQLLEGE Hubert Wright N A R A N J DEAN COLLEGE QF THE PACIFIC Fred I.. Farley W H. Brown Wenger Welfon li 25 Welch Gulick A D CD 3 8 ALUMNI SECRETARY Hubert Burns fff' , Pa'r+on Carier Bodley Breeden Crabbe Richards Jacoby . Far 26 ARANJAD CD S T U D E N T G CD V E R N M E T PRESIDENT 0 JANE KINGDON- Vice Presidenf ROY CENCIRULO Treasurer ANN BLUNDELL LOUIS SANDINE A successful adrninisiralion kniiling logeiher in closer umily Jrhe senior and junior colleges was Jrhe ourslanding achievernenr of Louis Sandine, presideni of The Pacific Sludenl Associaiion, and his hard-working cohorls. Presideni Sandine, bringing To Jrhe all-impor- Jranl posilion a well-balanced experience based upon Three-years of rexlensive debaling, Turned in a iob as chief sfudeni adminislraior Thai was clear- cu+ and progressive. borh as To policy and execulion. A Holding olher viral posls in The sludenl admin- isrrarive body and lending laudable suppori +o Jrhe forward-looking p-rogram of The chief execuiive were lhe following popular undergraduare officers: Jane Kingdom, vice-presiclenjrg Roy Cencirulo, Treas- urer: and Ann Blundell, secreiary. These were names To conjure wiih when +he subieci of eiclicienjr siudenr governmenl is raised. They formed a quarrelle of real undergraduaie leaders leaving a record of high efficiency for furure Bengal sons and claughrers +o shoor ai. V T291 The presidenT's "cabineT" mighT be an appropriaTe synonym Tor The loyal, energeTic group oT sTudenT advisors known as The ExecuTive CommiTTee. ln The pasT year. Through The eTTorTs oT This key commiTTee. The PaciTic STu- denT AssociaTion has beneTiTed greaTly. Among The imporTanT bills and business p-assed on were lil planned alloTmenTs Tor The insTallaTion oT resT rooms in Bax- Ter STadium lrelieving a very uncanny siTuaTionlg l2l seTTing oT an earlier dale Tor The annual P. S. A. elecTions lThe i938 poll was conducTed a monTh earlier Than oT yorel: l3l TurTher paymenTs on The valuable P. S. A. properTy, The Childress swimming pool. OTher noTeworThy achievemenTs oT The chief sTudenT governing body were The Third Annual Mardi Gras, PaciTic's biggesT and besT social evenTg The pre- elecTion poliTical rally. marking a new precedenTq and The sending oT a dele- gaTe, George Bralye, To The NaTional STudenT FederaTion oT America conven- Tion aT Albuquerque, New Mexico. T291 EaTon, R pp y I h B. Peck B ly King d Cenci l F ly P Ferrogg C Il F y LOUIS SANDINE PresidenT nch, Sandin wyer, WhiTe Thley ornis, ac , The STudenT Aicfairs CommiTTee began operaTion in The Fall oT i937 under The chairmanship oT George Bralye. buT be- cause conTlicTing acTiviTies would prevenT his having suTTicienT Time Tor This posi- Tion, he wiThdrew Trom Th-e commiTTee. Ben Alexander was selecTed To occupy The chairmanship Tor The resT oT The year. The oTher members chosen by Presi- denT Sandine are: Alice I-lall, SecreTaryg lvlona Bell l-lench, Virginia Sack, Minnie Sawyer, Dick Loomis, Duane Sewell. Jerry KeiThley. Problems oT parking, The library sysTem, special Trains, and STudenT Body dances were iTems oT business in The meeTings oT The semesTer. The mosT rankling quesTion To conTronT The commiTTee This year was The parking problem. When regulaTions conTinued To be broken aTTer PresidenT Louis Sandine had broughT Them beTore The STudenT Body, a sysTem oT Tines was drawn up wiTh The cooperaTion oT CompTroller RIT- Ter, and presenTed To The sTudenTs. STill There were enough sTudenTs wiTh deTicienT school spiriT To make The TraTTic siTuaTion a hazard. Finally, aTTer geTTing The permission oT The STockTon Fire ChieT, a sysTem oT blocking oTT parT oT The campus sTreeTs was TormulaTed. The chains and posTs will be seT up This summer, and will guar- anTee To nexT year's commiTTee Treedom Trom The TraTTic problem. BENSON ALEXANDER Chairman l 30 l Every woman member oT The sTudenT body Tinds a place in The organizaTion known as The AssociaTed Women STu- denTs, oT which she auTomaTically be- comes a member upon regisTering in The college. Numerous Tields oT acTiviTy are oTTered Through This medium, ranging Trom The Big SisTer-I.iTTle SisTer move- menT To managing The Cub I-louse, The A. W. S. Tea Room. lviaradean Pease, Big SisTer chairman, was in charge oT The TradiTional parTy given To liTTle sisTers, SepTember sevenTh, during Freshman Week. The aTTair was a Raviola Dinner held in The gymnasium. ln mid-semesTer an elecTion was held To Till The places oT PresidenT Julianne Rals- Ton and Vice PresidenT JaneT Cole who were granTed leave oT absence. The resulTs oT The eIecTion were Delphine Fer- roggiaro PresidenT and BeTTy Rae STone Vice PresidenT. A TalenT ParTy was held and each living group on The campus con- TribuTed To The enTerTainmenT. l.aTe in March, a TheaTre ParTy was held aT The Fox Caliicornia TheaTre. Over a hundred women aTTended The evenT, which was in charge oT BeTTy Rae STone. AT The Tinal meeTing in May, BeTTy Anne SmiTh, Genevieve Moran. Jane STuarT, and BeTh Dodds reporTed on The CenTral CaliTornia lnTercollegiaTe AssociaTed Women STU- denTs ConTerence held aT The UniversiTy oT CaliTornia. DELPT-TTNE FERROGGIARO PresiclenT Z' STone Moran Marsh Arbog STuarT SmiTh Dodds i i I Back row: Farley, GriTfiThs, WenTz, Fisher. STarr n FronT row: McGhan. Milberry, Childs This year's Rally CommiTTee sTarTed ouT wiTh Two sTrikes called on iT. AT The ouTseT oT The Tall season, The group was handed a blow when PresidenT Sandine's original selecTion Tor The imporTanT posT oT chairman, Dick PaTriguin, was unable To come back To school. l-lowever, wiTh The appoinTmenT oT Bob WenTz To Till The vacancy, Things began To hum and The Rally CommiTTee perTormed iTs TuncTion well. No rally commiTTee is any be+Ter Than The people who comprise and Take acTive parT in iT. To The Tollowing is due much oT The crediT Tor The snappy, highly original rallies presenTed ThroughouT The year: Trevor C5riTTiThs, James Fisher, PaTricia Mil- berry, Laura Lou Childs, Beverly McGhan, Ed Koehler and Phil STarr. These lasT Two, in parTicular, did much To liven up The assemblies and generaTe plenTy oT ThaT old Tiger spiriT. ln aclcliTion To The novel "pep" programs, The Rally CommiTTee arranged Tor special Trains To Los Angeles, Berkeley and Reno Tor The U. S. C., CaliTornia and Nevada games, respecTively. Y T321 ARANJAD -4 -4 C I-I A S S EI S w N ' Y 4 ' 1 I l 1 w Y E W i 1 Q i V 1 Y 1 I r GFFICERS Q PATRICIA ROBERTS Vice Presidenl' PATRICIA MILBERRY Secrelary PARK WILSON Social Chairman VINCENT PECK Presideni The Class ol '38, headed by Vincenl Peck, had a Iasl year al Pacific which is bound lo remain memory-enlrenched F h Il Il ' ' rom I e word go, oulgoing seniors made lheir linal semeslers al C. Oy P. lhe liveliesl ol an I: slandpoinl. y, rom an aclivily l-lighspol of lhe year's aclivily, from The an I I ' q e o unnpromplu and unloolced- for lhrills, was The snow Trip lo Pinecresl. A large delegalion of seniors and friends were lrapped by a blizzard and snowed- in for a niqhl al Cold Springs Inn. The Senior Sneak, an evenl surrounded b . y rnuch secrecy, was anolher nmporlanl class proiecl, successfully carried oul by Jrhe execulive commillee ol lhe cl ass, consisling ol Peclc, Vice-presidenl Pal Roberls, Treasurer Miclc Parsons and Sec- relary Pal lvlillberry-. Culrninalion ol a busy year was reached wilh The Senior Ball, The annual dinner dance held during The lasl' weelf of school. l34l FRANCIS FINNEY PresidenT Showing a spiriT Tha+ promises To malce Them one OT PaciTic's ToremosT group oT seniors, The members oT The Class oT '39 carried ouT in Tine Tashion The varied program ThaT was ploTTed Tor Them by Their oTTicers. Headed by Francis Finney, The ediT- ing prexy. The Junior class did greaT Things under The direcTion oT Their execu- Tive board which also included Vice- presidenT Junan Bronzich, Treasurer Jack Roscelli and SecreTary Minnie Sawyer. l-lighlighTing The acTiviTy OT The Third- year men land womenl were The Junior Class I-layride and The Junior-Senior Prom. The l-layride, under The energeTic chairmanship oT Doug Wilson, was a combinaTion oT a Louisiana TesTiyal and dance. wiTh The laTTer phase oT The pro- gram being conducTed aT The Growers' l-lall. Friday, May I3, hoodoo was deTied by The Juniors in sTaging This evenT. The Prom was held aT The l-loTel SToc,lc- Ton, June 4, wiTh Ed Koehler heading The commiTTee in charge OT arranging The gala aTTair. T351 OFFICERS J UNAN BRONZICH Vice PresidenT JACK ROSCELLI Treasurer MTNNIE SAWYER SecreTa ry 4.1 ?f 7 Arbuckle Dougan Greaves Lane F. Richardson Thexfon Ballogdajan Baxfer Dunlap Dunsfan Grubbs Guggolz Lomprey Lund Rivera Roscelli Tilron Tindall Beckwiih Dun+cn Haar Mainard Sack Traberf Boofh Bower Durs+ Ea+on Hancock Harmon Marrin Mason Seugsfad Sawyer Traver Tremblay 36 Boyes Esplen Hedg McDo Shook Vacho tnzich Campodonico ley Farr inch Hepburn ller Nichols DH Shalieen nSand+ E. We rd l 37 l Cardwell Finney Hill Morlon Siegfried V. Ward Cave Childs Cooper Corlceil' Gallon Gammons George Gholz Kirkman Koehler Kolln Lagomarsino Noleweire Rauscli Reese L. Richardson Squires Sfone Teflon Taylor Wescolf Weslon Wilson Wrighl 7 l OFFICERS ART IRISH PresiclenT The undeTeaTed Class oT '4Ol ThaT's The way proud sophomores TelT aTTer The annual Frosh-Soph Brawl in The fall. NOT ThaT The Sophs won. All +ha+ They goT ouT oT iT was a Tie, TanTamounT To a moral vicTory because oT smaller Torces. The Class oT '40 was vicTorious in The Brawl as Treshmen. OTTicers ArT irish. Jane Jordan. lvlaryly Lyons and' Dick lviorrall lcepT This class socially conscious all year. Several novel evenTs, including picnics and dances, were promoTed under The energeTic guidance oT The sophomore execuTives. BiggesT single evenT on The Soph cal- endar was The C5raduaTion lnTormal, hon- oring iunior college grads, held aT The CounTry Club. JANE JORDAN Vice Presidenl' DICK MORALL Treasurer MARYLY LYONS SecreTary T391 1 JACK COLLINS PresidenT A promising crop oT neophyTes goT OTT l h ld- To a good sTarT in The Annual Braw, o ing Their own againsT The mighTy sopho- mores. Carrying The same spiriT Through oTher acTiviTies, The Freshman class Turned ' commendable record, in "TiTTing in" in a To The Pacific picTure. OTFicers oT The Class oT '4l were: Jack ST n vice Collins, presidenT1 Jean ro g, - residenT' Al Kragar, secreTary1 and P 1 GlGl'lI'l I-larder. Treasurer. S ial evenT oT The year. Trom The oc Treshman sTandpoinT, was The Frosh-Soph Dance aT The CocoanuT Grove in Novem- ber. The Frosh execuTives collaboraTed well wi+h The Soph loig-wigs in making The dance a success. ' JEAN STRONG Vice PresidenT GLEN HARTER ' Treasurer BILL FINLEY Social Chairman l39l CDFFICERS i.,.:gL-g- V j 3 . ' 5, I In Memoriam Josmm BLANEY X940 MAE BISHOP X930 ll0N LINDEEN x'40 VERA SCHMIDT X940 ERIC Woon 40 ...L lI"'1l1j1 H1 UH1"Hu lfflrggllfw V I llj lrullmlll uhm, Us Qi rf 1... 'TEL T4- ,',l ,- , T., 1.1, .. 'Amw,1Cr'., . ul -I l. 1 7, ,I. I. I A-1 r - .L '3J.'.:i1ffq',-rs. ,4 j,"'wE,Fw',dJUVQ KI 'fha ,,.,:'frf,,Z -' 4 f .HJ 'X 'v . 111' ,-.VNV 1, V ,v, F.. ,3' X X .1, v-.1 J,-- '-. J ,W Y.-i-L w Si . fig! if f: H . fy . .1 ' nf: ' I I A A I 'Wg ,- ' ri, - W I a ,K '+R ,Z me Ks .img E2 iii.: 5 E' mill: .Q 4, .fx 1VI De Marcus Brown Arf Farey John Crabbe Alumnus of Pacific, and srudenf of Maurice Bro d wn an Ellen Van Vollaenberg- infernafionally lcnown figures in fhe fheafre Id wor -DeMarcus Brown firsf produced plays for Pacific in l924. Rapidly growing response from Sfockfon audiences soon led fo fhe esfablishmenf of "Pacif' L'ffl ' ' uc I e Theafre', an organizafion fhaf has .now pre- senfed IIO maior producfions. Performance sfandard is ' d' b . . . in icafed by The facf Jrhaf ay region reviewers, Sfockfon crifics, l-lollywood falenf scoufs, and ouf-of-fown fol lowers are seen among fhe large audie f nces o Sfoclcfon pafrons and Pacific sfudenf fans Presenfing fhe onl r l . , y egu ar sfage producfions in Sfockfon, fhe organizafion has become in realify a "college-communifyu fheafre. Arfhur Parey one of De lvl B , arcus rown's former prominenf players, refurned in i932 affer advanced work af Norfhwesfern Universif fo b b y, ecome usiness manager, arriv- ing in fime fo help promofe fhe Oufdoor Theafre proiecf. This year, John Crabbe experienced on professional and colle f ge s ages. became sfaff sfage manager. l-le recenfly supervised a rheafr b 'ld' ' e ui Ing prolecl' af Fresno Sfafe College. and had been professional sfage hand and radio announcer. l-le is build' ' " ' HW . . . . . ing up sfaging l'i6CIlIlI6S and eir efficiency, and making possible radio developmenfs for fhe Liffle Theafre. The Liffle Thealre's l4fh season opened wifh fhe Wesf Coasf premier of "Excur- sion", followed by "By Candlelighfu. "The Silver Cord", and "Dracula". The season was complefed under fhe sfars in fhe beaufiful Oufdoor Thearre wifh one perform- ance of lvlilne's infriguing fanfasy, "The lvory Door". One of fhe big hifs of fhe year af Liffle Theafre performances was fhe excel- lenf enfr'acfe music supplied by fhe fiffeen piece Liffle Theafre orchesfra under direcfion of Lawerence Shorf. Play reviewers mor fh e an once commenfed on fhe audi- ence response fo fhis brillianf music, and declared fhis year's orchesfra fops in Liffle Theafre hisfory. T461 Mrs. Filchel ..,......A..,.,.,.....,,........,... Evelyn Barnell Mr. Filchel ..,....,..,.. Forresl Greenberg Gilchrisl .A..AA....,,. - ....,.,,A.,...... Eugene Minson Aiken ...,,......,..,...A. ,,..,.,........,....,.... J ulian Ellis Candy Boy ....A..,........... A................,,.. B ud Meyers Tessie ..,..................,...,,.....,,..,....,.,. Palricia Milberry Mrs. Loschavio ...........A.....,,.,....., Faye Lovegren Blackie Magoon .................. l-loward Thurslon Eileen Loschavio ....,,...,......,.,.. Marilyn Denloni Lee Pilman ,....,................,,...... Mariorie Mainard Richard Pilman .,.....,...................,...., Clair Tallon Pal Sloan .....,,........,...... ..,......,.. R odney Randall Woods .............,..,..,.....................,,.,.,....,,..,. Lalla Ross Tony ..............,,,.,,,....,.,..,.A....,,,,A............... Dan Looney EXCURSICDN Malson ........ Slevens ....,.....,...,... Jonalhan ..,....,... James Riley Pop .......,...............,.,....., ........ Kennelh Slowell ..........Forresl Darby While Mrs. Geasling ...........,,,.,,......,,.. Nelda Ormislon Mike .,...,.....,..,.,..,,..,..... ..,........... W illiarn Kirkman Mac Coleman .......,..s.........,.,.... Roberl Woolen Miss Dowdy ......,...... ,..,.,....,......... , .Janel Cole Marlha ...............,,, ...............,.......,...,,,. J ean Srnilh Lollie ,.....,.........., .............. M argarel George Mrs. Boomer ..s,... .....,..., B obbin Gay Peck Mr. Boomer ....,...,..... ......................,.,. M ax Gobel Junior Boomer ,.,........,. . ,..,... James Corson, Jr, 47 Caplain Obadiah Rich s.,.........,.,.,. Roberl Eley Llnlon ..,,.........A............A..............,...... Marlin Shearer Y y Smilh. lndependenl: GFICS ni . Lasl mghl lhe aclmg. sels, coslumes. direclion. lighl g d lechnical all filled fogelher lo form a balanced whole lh g 6 O0 UFICOFTHTIOH healre where one of lhe ollw d II + H1 + parlmenls is usually inferior or superior lo the resl." Mrs. Phelps .....,.... David .,,.,........AA..,. Roberl ............ Chrislina ..,......... l-lesler ,..,.,,,,,,. Maid ........... The Silver Cord .l-luberl While ....,..,..Evelyn Barnell ...,,.,....,.Marion Akers .Verna Dunslan Jean Weslrum ...,...............Jean Smilh 77 A John Hobart San Franc Chronicle I "The performance was smoolh, lho acrors were prof 'r d lhe audience was larq lf y b f ly reporled lhal' drama in Sfocldon is in good heallhf' l 48 l By CANDLELIGI-IT Mel Bennell. Slocklon Record: "The College of The Pacific Lilflo Thealre venlurecl info lhe gay. smarl, and sophislicaled 'Field of whale crilics like lo call "Conlinen'lal comedy," in an enler- laininq, if nol lorillianl, produclion of "By Candlelighlf' lasl night" Prince Rudolph l-laseldorl-Schlobillen ...,..,. ..,...,.,. K ennelh Slowell Josef. his valel ..........................................,,..,.A...... ...,,........... R oberl Eley Baron Von Rischenheim ........... ,........... l. alla Ross Baroness Von Rischenheim ,,,,.... ........,..,.. S ibyl Lorols Liserl .A..A.,,,AA............,.,.....,.,.,.4..,..,......... . ....,,,. Faye Lovegren Marie ...,..,.........,...........A........,. ............ V aola Ward A Waller ......,A..A.................,......., ...A......... lvl ax Sobel Koepplce, a chauwcleuir ,..,..... ..,...,.. A lberl Miller. I49 7 Vocal and Chorus: Frances Bowerman Conduc+cr: Horace l. Brown ireciorz De Marcus Brown Musical Direcrion THE PLAYERS Fanclweile .........,..... ......r......... V irginia Brown Naneiie .....,...,....,....,,,.....,..,.,.........,..... ..,...,............. . . .......... Margarei George Bebe ......,,,..,.....,,.,.,,,.,...,,r,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,.,Ar,, - ,..,,,.,..,,,.,,,,,,.,.,., ..,,,.,,.,,,,,., V erna Dunsian General Le Marquis De Villelranche .....,.,..., ..,...,.... l-I uberr Wlmire Mrs. l-liram Benl .,........,..,......,..................,.............. ............ A nn Blundell Francois ...............,....,..........,,............,,...... ,,.............. .............,..,, P i erce Young Mrns. Cecile ....,....,,.,...,.,..,.........,.,..,.,.,... .......AA......A N elcla Ormislon Gasron ........... - ...............,.................,.......,...,.....,....r..,................, ,.,.., ,.,....,... W i lliam Workman Caplain Elienne De Bouvray .A.................A....A..............,..A...... ....................A..... E rwin Ruff Lieul. Rene La Moira ,,...,.A........,A..,4.. Douglas Taylor l-lenri De Bouvray ............. William Ramsay Marie Louise ,......4...,, Belly Groves l-liram Beni i................ Dancing: Mae Shaw ..,,Norma Benlley ..........l-iowa rd Thu rsion i501 T MLLE MODISTE Ruih Coward, Peggy Breed, Barbara Slewarr, Helen Arbogasi, Barbara Harrison, Claribel Coffman, Alice Tilron, Beverly Miller. Alice Michelson, Helen Hall, Minnie Sawyer, Frances Richardson, Grace Rifleerg, Margarel Lee. Richard Briggs, John Lucas, Philip Srarr, Louis Morse, Alvin Liedslrand, Paul Taylor, William Scanjrlebury, Eu- Tl-IE ENSEMBLE gene Minson, Kennelh Farr, Henry Hobson, Roy Berry. THE FOOTMEN Louis Farone, Harmon Ginn, Vincenl' Peck, Russel Aillnen. THE BALLET . ni,l , ic, . -r'-...--.l n--ALl... 11-11- I2,..,,,.fI., MI.-fllsen in ii.. vnu: ...niv- Lawrence Shorl, Irva Riclcson, Norman Lamb, Ridell, Alberl' Miller, Corinne Andrews, Roberi' Waller Bells, Jeanne Weir, Shirley Ross, Evelynne Ward, Philip Hood, Genevieve Moran, Alfred Ragefh, Siegfried, Edward Simonsen, Primo Yob, William Peron, Euvalle Enderlin, Burke Broadley. Eugene Roche, Srine. Merle Morlon. Millon Kwale. Yancey Smiih of 'fha lndependenf said: "Tha selrings-rhe work of DeMarcus Brown-nor only added a beauliful background ro 'rhe piece, buf favorably in qualify wilh any designs seen on any sragef' Mel Benneli of rho Slocldon Record said: ". . . anolher well deserved 'rriumph for Norma Benrleyf' . . Anne Blundell nearly sropped rhe show wilh her learure number." ". . . highlighls of lhe chorus were The smashing firsr acl finale and The male chorus in "The Mascor of The Roberr Gordon, William Howard compare Troops." I Performances given by The Sludio Thealre include: The Tenls of The Arabs ....e.......,...,......................A.A..,,...,...,..........,.......e.,....,,,.,....,,,.,,,.., Mona Belle l-lench The Phanlom ....v..................... ,,...........,.,,. M arion Akers The Lower Deplhs ......,,.,.,..,.,,.,.... .,,,,..,,AA,,,.,,..A,,,, E d Lyons A Chrislmas Carol ,,,....A................... A.,...,,.,..... P al lvlillberry The Seconol Mrs. Tanqueray ....,.,,., , ,,....,.A,A Nelda Ormisron The Affairs of Analol ................................... .,.,,,..,.... B obbin Gay Peclc l-leidi ,,.,............................................................................ ...,,....,.........,.... J ean Smilh The lmp-orrance of Being Earnesl' .,,........,, ,..,.....,,,,,.,, V acla Ward Ashes? ..........,........,...,........................,.................i,...s.,,,......,... .,....,.... l-l uberr While Bonds of lnleresl ...........................................i.........................., ....i,...... F orresr Darby Scenes From 'rhe Life of Abraham Lincoln"O'g"'.,, ........... Evelyn Barnell Sweel SulJre"'," .................,...........,.,................,.......,...,,,..,...,.., " Original play by Huber? While. Lyons 5' Original musical comedy by Harold Rogers. ol cl T C ll g T P fi D p 'r 'r C If J C Il bl 3' Pro uce or o e e o acl 'c e u a ions, and performed fo II 6 I Ofnla UDIOI' O Sgt? BSSSITI ISS. The Affa fAna+ol. l-l d S li The Life of Abraham Lincol l52QI STUDIO THEATRE "Sl'udio Thealref' newesl subsidiary 'ro Pacific Lillle Thealre, designed as a work- shop Tor sludenl aclors, playwrighls and designers, has presenled a playbill so varied and so well done lhal il has developed a following and repulalion on ils own merils. During The currenl season, Jrwelve direclors have been given The opporlunily of pro- ducing plays for public performance, l3I acling roles have been casl, and lwo 53 Tonls of The Arabs The Lower Deplhs The Phanfom The Second Mrs. Tanqueray wrilers have had Their original scripls produced. The Sludio develops acling lalenl for maior Lillle Thealrre casfing, gives fulure direclors aclual experienceg and pro- vides an impelrus +o new aulhorship. H is The mosl aclive s+uden+-operaled campus Jrhearre in California. I DRACULA lviiss Wells ....s................ ,....,..,..... B obbin Gay Peck Jonaflwan Harlcer .,,..,..s,,4,... ............. F orresi Darby Dr. Seward .....,.,.......,,.....,,,,,,.,,,,,, .,.,.,.,.s H enry Hobson Abraham Van Helsing .......,.,..... . ..,..,...,,....,.,,.,.. Roberl Eley R. lvl. Renlielcl ..............,....,.,.,.... ........,.... R iclwarol Palriquin Bullerworllm .........,..,.s.,..,.,,,,,,., r...........rrr.. K ennelli Slowell Lucy Seward ................ s,,,s....,,. H olly von Elirenberg Counl Dracula, ,...s............,.... H uberl While Mel Bennell, Sloclclon Record. said: "Once again Roberl Eley proved llwal he is one of Hwe mos? lalenred and versa- flpf t+d'rhL+HTh+bd ie erormers'o rea e i e aa re oar s." l54l R J D M S I x Q JOHN GILCHRIST ELLIOT Dean of The ConservaTory H e Brown. Dean EllioT, Percy Grainger SIXTIETH Dean oT The Conservalrory-John Gil- chrisT EllioTT. More Than The menTor oT This organizaTion, he is The Top-pesT oT Top-noTch insTrucTors oT piano here, and a brillianT re- ciTalisT. Mr. EllioTT comes To PaciTic Trom NorThwesTern UniversiTy. l-lis was no easy Task-To Till The shoes oT our Tormer Deans- l-loward l-lansen, now DirecTor oT The EasT- man School oT Music, and Charles lvl. Dennis, now DirecTor oT music oT The San Francisco Schools. The versaTile Mr. EllioTT has more Than compeTenTly handled The aTTairs of The ConservaTory in These lasT Tew years. The enrollrnenT in music courses is growing, The calibre oT perTormance is beTTering, The audiences are larger. l-le oT The inTecTious laugh and The amazing vocabulary is pros- pecTive sTudenT inTerviewer, advisor, insTruc- Tor, business manager, correspondenT, pub- liciTy commiTTee, and arranger oT programs. V Percy Grainger, celebraTed pianisT, composer. and conolucTor, was broughT To PaciTic in honor oT The SixTieTh anniversary oT The ConservaTory. Mr. Grainger was mosT enThusiasTically received as piano solo- isT in The ConcerTo wriTTen by his Tamous Triend Edward Grieg, played wiTh The Col- lege OrchesTra which was splendidly direcT- ed by Mr. Brown. 56 Brown Bodley Gord ANNIVERSARYM The sixTieTh aniversary means more To The ConservaTory Than a year-marlc-iT has been a year oT abundance Tor all iTs dep-arTmenTs-STring lnsTrumenTs. Woodwind and Brass lnsTrumenTs, Voice. Piano, Organ, ConducTing, ComposiTion, Music EducaTion. The perTorming groups, all oT Them, are larger and more proTicienT Than in The pasT-iT has been a year ThaT will long be re- membered. The program oT acTiviTies has been Tremen- dously Tull and varied-TiTTeen vocal and insTru- menTal ensembles, bi-weekly, Chapel programs, reciTals. solo classes. special music Tor communiTy aTTairs. The Thursday nighT dances in The gym, Band Frolic. concerTs, pracTice-rooms and sTudios humming, Mu Phi and Phi Mu, oraTories, "Made- moiselle ModisTe". The ConservaTory oT The College oT The Pa- ciTic, besides preparing iTs sTudenTs Tor proTes- sional work in The Tield oT music. aims To give Them a broad background-music Tor The enioy- menT oT parTicipaTion, Tor The developrnenT oT skills and an undersTanding appreciaTion-music in The area oT The Tine arTs. S S6 Daniels Choir aT Chapel PeaceTuI now! e Orclerin ol: Moses" "The College oT The PaciTic OrchesTra has been ap-praised as being unquesTion ably The besT in The his+ory oT The insTiTuTion"--Naraniado I935. This same orchesTra enlarged, and seasoned by Tour years oT professional Training under The skillTul leader ship oT l-lorace l. Brown. reached a grand climax in This year's Spring ConcerT. So well synchronized was This group oT sixTy-Tive musicians, ThaT The inTernaTionally Tamous solo isT, Percy Grainger remarked upon ' This amazing sTudenT orchesTra DirecTor l-lorace Brown isa conducTor oT greaT value-his work is always done wiTh a Tine inTerpreTaTion and Tharaughness ThaT demands proTessional Tinish l-lis wide experience and splendid musicianship are given To The ConservaTory as a viol1nisT conducTor, and insTrucTor. DirecTed by J. Russell Bodley, The chorus This Tall presenTed The Tra- diTional "Messiah" oT l-landel. The spring oraTorio was The wesTern pre- mier oT "The Ordering oT Moses" by NaThaniel DeTT. The combined chorus, orchesTra, pianisT, organisT,Tnumbered well over Two hundred. and Mr. Bodley hand- led well This diTTiculT work ThaT so Tar has been presenTed only by proTes- sional groups in The EasT. ll: WQ4- A, f- V -AA-- -- -- T581 The smaller groups oT The ConservaTory play a parT imporTanT Though inconspicuous. The guarTeTs exisTing as separaTe uniTs, make The ConservaTory acTiviTies known TarTher aTield by represenTing The College when They per- Torm. The experience They gain is useTul To The larger or- ganizaTions oT which They are a parT. The STring QuarTeT. coached by Mr. Brown, is broad- casT weekly. lTs members have also appeared as so'loisTs. The Brass QuarTeT is The TinesT oT brass groups. They have played publically in reciTal, concerT, and on The air. Coached by Mr. Gordon. A The Tour young men oT The Male QuarTeT are members oT The A Cappella Choir, wi+h which They have appeared as a TeaTure. Their Tine blending is heard oTTen on pro- grams abouT Town, Coached by J. l-lenry WelTon. Y Ml Q rTeT Barnes T-lull Ginn Taylor AiTlcen T591 ShorT, SheeTs, Weir, Lamb STine, Gillespie, RuTherTord, Peron The quarTeTs are organized principally Tor The players-Tor insTrucTion in The liTeraTure Tor The groups, Tor Training in musicianship, and.Tor The enioymenT oT making music TogeTher. The numerous ensembles oT The Conserva- Tory, represenTed here by The guarTeTs, are varied in Type and in skill-There are some ThaT are made oT members who are iusT beginning The sTudy oT The insTrumenTs They play, some who sing Tor The Tun oT iT. and some who worked so well TogeTher ThaT They appeared proTessionally aT clubs and organizaTions around Town. I College Band The Band-under Jrhe decisive leadership oi The genial "Pop" Gordon. Wilh sevenly-five men from which lo draw malerial, Pop has made lhree deparimenis our of The one. The Concerl Band numbers six- Jryg gives a major concerl' each se- mesrer, besides numerous orher appearances. Marisa? The Marching Band besides par- Jricipaling in Civic funclions, is an inrregal parl of The alhlelic sea- sons-games and rallys. There are iiily men in Jrhe marching band. Siudio ' Band The Srudio Band numbers rwenly and includes Jrhe Tirsl' chair men ol Jrhe Concerr Band. This smaller band broadcasrs every Three weelcs, developes The skill of ihe players. , i A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappella oT TorTy picked voices is indeed a TradiTion aT PaciTic. ln addi- Tion To Their regular choral oTTerings aT Chapel, The Choir has made many ap- pearances as special enTerTainmenT aT diver oTher programs ThroughouT The se- mesTers, and during Their annual week- long Trip. The choir was broadcasT over a coasTal neTworlc Trom Los Angeles. The Annual Home ConcerT on May 3lsT broughT To an end a very successTul year oT A Cappella singing. J. Russell Bodley, besides being an experT direcTor. has con- TribuTed immensely To The Choir in corn- posiTion noTably "The Glory Road", and 'The lvloclcing Fairy". LITTLE THEATRE ORCHESTRA The Li+le TheaTre OrchesTra Tills an unique and valuable place-iT is oT The ConservaTory. buT TuncTions wi+h The TheaTre in Turnishing The musical seTTings and inTerludes Tor The plays-a parT ThaT is enThusiasTically appreciaTed by The audiences oT The legiTimaTe TheaTre, and wiTh The dance deparTmenT Tor The annual Dance Drama. This organizaTion is a group oT The TinesT insTrumenTalisTs in The school: Their conducTor is Lawrence ShorT who has Tor Tour years been The concerT-mas- Ter oT The College Symphony OrchesTra, and under his very able direcTion, iT has developed inTo whaT is wiThouT doubT The besT TheaTre OrchesTra To daTe. I Three reciTals have been clevoTed To six oT The Seniors who will be graduaTeol Trorn The ConservaTory in June, and who are To play concerTos wiTh The 0rchesTra Tor The CommencemenT ConcerT. RuTh Barnes. piano .........,.. ......,................ R imsky-KorsakoTF Ann Blundell. violin ,.....,..... .,..,........ W ieniawsky in D Minor l Eileen Daniels. piano ..A..............,........ - ........ LiszT in E TlaT maior RuTh Johnson, piano ...........................A.........,.... Greig in A minor l Lawrence ShorT, violin .........,,.... Lalo Symphonie Espagnole Jeanne Weir, violon-cello .......................,,.,.....l Lalo in D minor Wesley l-lull, Tenor ,........................,............. Flower Song Trom BizeT's Carmen VincenT Peck will conolucT his own com- posiTion "Spring Morning in SanTa Fe" Johnson - ShorT - Weir Blunclell-Daniels The ReciTal series has always been one oT The major TeaTures oT The Con- servaTory They are open To The public and always well aTenolecl. The TirsT se- mesTer is devo.Ted To The TaculTy, and To programs by special groups. During The spring semesTer, each Tuesday evening, The series was presenTecl by unclergracluaTe sTuclenTs-sixTy-Two oT whom parTicipaTed This year. T621 R J I 1 w 1 W E B A T E Q DR. ROY C. MCCALL, Coach Dr. Roy C. McCall has made a place for himself in fhe minds and hearfs of many a member of The Pacific Sfudenf Associafion during his firsf fwo years on fhe Pacific campus. Debafers, speech sfudenfs, fhe whole sfudenf body has come fo know and respecf his falenfs. ln coming fo fhe College of fhe Pacific and Sfoclcfon Junior College fwo years ago. Dr. McCall broughf wifh him a clear idea of whaf a successful forensic program should confain. "We should always aim fo win for ourselves and for fhe glory of our alma mafer: buf, more imporfanf, forensics should achieve excellence for more fhan a selecf few. Parficularly is if my policy in home fournamenfs fo give every member of fhe squad an opporfunify fo meef sfrong compefifion. Thus does fhe inexperienced beginner develop info a clear fhinker and effecfive speaker." Though buf fhree firsf place frophies were added fo fhe collecfion fhis year, Dr. lvlcCall regards fhe year as successful. Sfeady irnprovemenf has been shown, wifh consisfenfly high ranlcing for all members of fhe squad in each of fhe six fournamenfs enfered This year. No less fhan eleven second places were compiled by represenfafives of fhe fwo insfifufions. wifh a cor- respondingly high number of fhirds. Forensic acfivify seems fo be an opporfunify for more people fhan have falcen advanfage of if. This year's record shows fhaf fhose desirous of learn- ing and willing fo work can look forward fo going places and winning fhings. T641 65 - -a 'ts- Louis Sancline Erwin Farley Anorher season of iniercollegiaie forensic compeiiiion has passed for lhe rep- resenlaiives of 'rhe College of lhe Pacific and Siockion Junior College. New laurels have been won in major Jrournamenls from Kansas io Oregon, new Jrrophies added 'ro Jrhe colleciion already compiled Jrhrough many years of debaie aciiviiy. Sole loss 'ro The squad is Jrhe veieran debaler, Louis Sandine. For four years Sandine has waged forensic baille on college plahcorms in Maine, Texas, Washing- Jron, California, and way sraiions. . A veieran of over Jrwo-hundred varsiiy encouniers, Sandine has compiled an enviable record. Two naiional 'lournamenls of Pi Kap-pa Delia have found him splii- iing even in debale. ln major Pacific coasi lournamenis he advanced far beyond Jrhe preliminaries. only io fall shori oi iirsi place. Winner of Jrhe iniramural exlemporaneous speaking conieslr lasi year, Sandine wen'r high ai Jrhe Linfield inviiaiional Tourney. A+ Mclvlinnville, Sandine won Jrhe firsi men's 'rrop-hy in Pacific forensic hisiory wi+h a second place in afier dinner speaking. Turning To oralory, Sandine placed second in Pacific's Far Wesl inviraiional. Tak- ing lhe same oraJrion,."lvlisguided Genius," +o Jrhe naiional Pi Kappa Delia convenlion in Topeka, he finished sevenlh our of a field which included The iinesi college speakers in Jrhe Uniled Siales. The debaie squad will miss Louis Sandine. noi' only for his clear lhinking and brilliani speaking, buf also for his genuine personaliry. A iunior Jrranslfer from Bakersfield J. C. provided Jrhe headline achievemenl of Jrhe debare season. Doris l-lancock broughi back from Jrhe Pi Kappa Delia conven- Jrion 'rhe second place rrophyin exremporaneous speaking. 7 C. . . .. ... ..,.... -iiii ' ' ' ,- . 33,45 l -T L ,gf J -v .......-.Y.. N. ..,, Sfeffinq her drive 'fOW6l'Ol fhe TOP in fhe opening fournamenf af Bakersfield, l'lenCOCl4 Won SeCOnCl Pl6Ce in eXJfemlOOre and firsf in debafe. Af Linfield she again failed by a narrow margin fo bring back fha lirgl plapa exlgmpgre Cup, Finally, in fhe Far Wesf lnvifaional al? Pi Kappa Della, Sha Came lhrough wifh a unanimous firsf place rafing in fha final rpuncl +0 lqaap llqe Covefecl frophy af home. The Climax of her efforfs was reached af fhe nafionals, where she placed second in a field of sixfy-four, . Lasf year Doris l-lenCoCl4 combined wifh Marie Nichols fo win fhe cham- pionship of Phi Rho Pi, iunior college honor forensic sociefy. This year fhey Confinueol Their Winninq WGVS wifh Three sfraighf vicfories over U. S. C. fo fake firsf place af Bakersfield. Af Linfield fhey losf only fwo olebafes ouf of fwelve. buf found fhose enough fo drop fhem behind PaSeolena. ln Sfockfon fhey finished fhird, and fhe low ebb of fheir I937-38 season Came af Topeka wifh an even splif in eighf debafes. Presiolenf l.ouiS Sendine had 65 his colleague fhis year on fhe men's var- sify feam, Presidenf-elecf Erwin Farley. Traveling over fen fhousand miles represenfing fhe College of fhe Pacific, fhey gained honor for fheir insfifu- fion and- renown for fhemselves. Af Bakersfield fhey finished in a fhree-way fie for fhird place, losing fwice fo U. S. C. Linfield found fhem wifh an enviable record of seven wins ouf of fen debafes. Four vicfories oul' of six failed fo carry fhem beyond fhe pre- liminaries in fhe Pacific fournamenf. Af Topeka fhe varsify broke even in fhe eighf rounds. Affer making fhe semi-finals inexfempore af Bakersfield and Linfield, Farley barely failed fo make fhe semi-finals in fhe nafionals. T661 67 'U' MarTin Pulich Gregg Phifer T Perhaps The mosT inconsisTenT oT Those who rep-resenTed The P. S. A. This pasT year was The sophomore duo oT iV1arTin Pulich and Gregg PhiTer. ConsisTenTly deTeaT- ing The besT compeTiTion on The PaciTic coasT, They losT iusT as consisTenTly To The worsT. STarTing well aT BakersTield, They losr ouT To U. S. C. only in The Tinal deba+e oT The TournamenT. In PaciTic's junior college TournamenT They dropped Tour ouT oT six debaTes againsT relaTively weak compeTiTion. In exTemporaneous speaking The debaTe colleagues Tied Tor Third place. Going norTh To l.inTield wiTh This unenviable record, PhiTer and Pulich proceeded To win seven ouT oT Ten debaTes againsT The besT compeTiTion available. Pulich also disTinguished himselT by gualiTying Tor The semi-Tinals in exTemporaneous speaking. AT The Redlands TournamenT Tor junior colleges Pulich made The Tinals. Dropping only Two "hard-luck" debaTes in The local Pi Kappa DelTa TournamenT secTion B, They seemed on The way up again. ln +ha+ TournamenT PhiTer won second place in exTemporaneous speaking. Turning easTward To The Phi Rho Pi inviTaTional TournamenT in Norman, Oklahoma, The Two boys dropped halT Their debaTes. BoTh qualiTied Tor The semi-Tinals in exTem- poraneous speaking, buT neiTher could go TarTher. The NaTional STudenT Congress oT Pi Kappa DelTa occupied Their Time aT Topeka. T The women's sophomore varsiTy Team oT ChrisTina Vanden Akker and Gladys BarTholomew made an excellenT record. Their TirsT noTable success was in PaciTic's junior college TournamenT, where They losT TirsT place by a Two-To-one decision. Bar- Tholomew won second place in exTempore. AT Tne Redlands TournamenT They losT ouT in The guarTer-Tinals. ln secTion B oT The Pi Kappa DelTa inviTaTional BarTholomew again Tinished second in exTempore. ! Top row: GriTfiThs, Russel. Bicldick CenTer: Miller, Bar-Tholemew, KienTz FronT: Vanden Akkaf Bill Biddick was The sole Treshman squad-member This year. ColloboraT- ing wiTh Trevor GriTTiThs in BakersTield, he succeeded in making The Tinals oT The iunior college division.- AT Redlands he and Bill Russell dropped only Two ouT oT six. Russell came Through To win The TirsT place exTernpore Trop-hy Tor STockTon J. C. Biddick qualiTied Tor The semi-Tinals in exTempore in The home TournamenT. Jean Miller and T-larrieT KienTz compeTed as a Team aT BakersTield. BoTh enTered exTemporaneous speaking and oraTory There and aT The home Tourna- menT lviiller placed Third in oraTory in secTion B oT The PaciTic Province TournamenT. ' Individual debaTes Through The year Tound The College oT The PaciTic meeT- ing many ouTsTanding Teams Trom WesTern UniTed STaTes. San Francisco STaTe, The American Bankers lnsTiTuTe, NorThwesT Nazarene College, STanTord, and WhiTman were among Those To drop decisions To PaciTic debaTers. OThers meT in non-decision discussions included Texas Technological College. Univer- siTy oT San Francisco, Nevada, ST. Mary's, The UniversiTy oT Wyoming, and SeaTTle PaciTic. This year's debaTe program included also several appearances beTore local service clubs and oTher groups, Combined wi+h The exTensive parTicipa- Tion in individual debaTes and in six maior TournamenTs, The Torensic season oT T937-38 was The largesT ever underTaken by The PaciTic STudenT AssociaTion. T681 J P-'EAUUCIPU H1320 QI-4 U22 TOM RIPPEY. Edifor GEORGE BLAUFUS5, Business Manager 6' aff Staff af Work 70 L la an Lee Peck Phifer L B lc L g T bly Bl f D G b RTPPGY C EY' rem S Eolilor ...........,,..A.,....,.............. ,,.............,,.... Business Manager News Eclilor ..,,....,. Desk Eolilor .,.......... Fealure Eclilor ..........,. Sociely Eclilror ...... Sporls Eclijror .....,,. Rewrile ............ STAFF Lillian Balwlliorn Bob Baslian Bob Broadclus Belly Dixon Ablex Donslser Roy Grosse Al l-larkins Elizabeilw Lacy Jerry Lee ixon Becker Gregg Philer Doris Wakefield Jean Walcoll Danny Gassberg ..,.......,Bolb Wilkinson STAFF i Plnyllis Liebman Faye Lovegren Doris Marsh Janel McGinnis Janice Morrill Benny Savelli Gail Sclweere ' Prenlice 'Wliiraker Beverly Wriglwl PACIFIC Tom Rippey George Blauluss H CHARLES F. PINNEY, Edi+or FRED F. BOYES, Manager S'raFf ef Work 72 I73I Coffey Comp+on Gill:-:He Lucas M I' eir NARANJADG EDITORIAL STAFF Eclilor ......,.........,............,.. .......................v.A Assislanl Eoli+ors ......,,................,...........A...A........A,.... Arr Eolilor ...............,,.........,.,.... Bob Baslin Class Ecli'ror ...,,. .........A.. I-l erilwa Rausclw Club Edilor .......,. Erma Rulh Gillelle Debale Eclilor .,................ Gregg Plwiler Drama Edilor ,,....... Bobbin Gay Peck Facully Eclilori .........,.,,,., May Vignolo Charles F. Finney Glenn Park Wilson Bob Wenlz Callierine Lund Fraiernify Eclilor .... AKGFIHGTIW I-lenclw Mardi Gras Eclilor ..,....A........ Al I-larlcins Music Eclilor ,.,.....,......,..,.. Jeanne Weir Senior Edilor .......,.,,.......,..... Tom Colley Snap Eolilor ..... N ................. Dick Lomrnis Sororilies EcliJror..,..,PaI'ricia,Roberls Plfiolograplwy Eclilor ...,...,......,....,..,....,............, ...............,....,,......,,..........,. C larence Complon . 1 , Bill Becker Sporl Eolilors ....s.......,., ...,.,.......,.,..4..i..........,.........,........... oo,,.. D 6 my Gassberq BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ....s,.... .........,,.............,,,, .....s................... ....s......... F r e cl F. Boyes Ellon Marlin Assislanl Managers ...., ....,..,.... T om Gardner I-lowarcl Lewis Se-Crelary ,...v.,........... ............... B arbara I-Iarrison Under The compeTenT chairmanship oT Tom Rippey, The PublicaTions CommiTTee mainTained The sTandard seT by prexious groups and in addiTion drop-ped a couple of precedenTs oT iTs own. The Weekly Took on an enTirely new garb, in keeping wiTh mosT modern news- paper Trends. Make-up was sTricTly inTor- mal and ediTorial policy was conTined To a "Through The eyes oT The PaciTic sTu- denT" viewpoinT. Numerous inTeresTing candid "cuTs" were The rule raTher Than The excepTion in This year's Weekly. The Naraniado was oTTered To The members oT The PaciTic STudenT Associa- Tion aT greaTly reduced raTes. The l938 year book, in color, in design, in novel TreaTmenT, speaks Tor iTselT. ll.oudly, we hopell The Frosh Bible or neophyTe's hand- book was published under The guidance oT Georg Meyers, lasT year's Publica- Tions chairman. The Bengal BulleTin was ediTed by Mary GalTon. Rippey's aides-de-camp on The com- miTTee were George BlauTuss, Francis Finney, Fred Boyes, Ben Alexander. PaT Millberry. MargareT l.eTever, Ralph Trem- bley, ElTon lvlarTin and James Wilson. T751 Jacoby OrTon Eiselen McCann Pierce FACULTY CCDMMITTEE "MusTn'T say ThaT naughTy word"- BuT The lasT word, naughTy or oTherwise, regarding sTudenT publi- caTions, comes Trom The FaculTy PublicaTions CommiTTee. This group, resurrecTed lasT year. conTinued iTs TuncTion Through- ouT This year oT advising and direcTing policies oT The Weekly and The Naraniado. The censor-side oT The commiTTee's worlc is relaTively minor, buT occasionally The Big Four swing inTo acfrion wiTh The blue pencil. MosT imp-orTanT conTribuTion oT The commiTTee Thus Tar is The award- ing oT sTudenT crediT Tor work on publicaTions, on a classroom basis. Members oT The group are: Miss MarTha Pierce, chairman: Miss Elinore McCann. Dr. Malcolm Eiselen,'Dr. l-larold Jacoby and Principal Dwayne OrTon oT The SToclcTon Junior College. .f' 'wr .M fvfpa. -OFF 4 . 1 :ill I s' Y si - -l'ri'Qi ' ' fi :L-27" TIF! , .-.Ln 5 fi .1 K.,-Ii-we 14: ' .3 -A .j 5 I Q' rfnlgffle.. 'B Ilgqlfr if, W ' 'Q .1593 wf',',,r- I- 3 ,..-T ' is -fg ' 1 ' lh'eI5iiE3.E5"'ffT'?i5 ' ,- r TT- 5-257 ' 2 ' . i .-5":1'jf'i.j:f 'A' f ., ' ' ' .1 i' '-T . .yi '- "1 ,- --E--2"" .4 H A "'--14--...J i 1 I .T ' FROSH BIBLE As an aid To The bewildered incoming Treshman, The Frosh Bible is ediTed each year as a prospecTive aid in The diTliculT Task oT orienTaTion. A pockeT size aTTair, The Bible conTains school songs, a calen- dar, prominenT sTudenT leaders, The sTu- denT associaTion consTiTuTion,' welcomes Trom PresidenT Knoles and Principal OrTon, and. mosT imporTanT oT all, cam- pus TradiTions handed down Trom year To year since The Tounding oT The school. Georg Ivleylers, lasT year's PublicaTions CommiTTee chairman, ediTed The Bible This year, aTTer a long sTruggle wiTh con- sTiTuTional changes. IT is probably The mo?-aT aTTracTive book yeT issued, wiTh a compleTe lisT oT campus personaliTies and acTiviTies. 15?-QfN pf ,T,..ei fn! Myers Galfon DAILY BENGAL BULLETIN To The acTiviTy-minded sTudenT, The Daily Bengal Bullefin serves as a dicTion- ary oT daily campus happenings. lvlimeo- graphed and posTed on various bulleTin boards each morning long beTore The average sTudenT has slapped oTI his alarm clock, The Daily keeps camp-us acTiviTies TuncTioning happily as a consTanT re- minder oT club meeTings, class acTiviTies, sporT evenTs, IecTures, and addresses. Mary C5aITon Took over The BulleTin in The middle oT The year aTTer illness Torced Wilbur ScoTT To quiT The posiTion. Under her energeTic direcTion The Daily has achieved an even more imporTanT posiTion as a "rnusT" in The average sTu- denT's daily habiTs. l76l T771 RADIO THE CAMPUS STUDIO ConTinuing iTs policy oT presenTing a varied bill oT enTerTainmenT ThroughouT The school year, The Campus STudio has marked iTs sevenTh year The mosT successTul since iTs esTablishmenT on The campus. Added improvemenTs in broadcasTing TaciliTies have been a greaT help in raising The general level oT all The STu'dio's producTions. Due To The TacT ThaT all broadcasTs ernanaTing Trom The campus are released on a susTaining basis, iT remains a problem To keep programs scheduled aT The same Times ThroughouT The season and noT conTlicT wiTh commercial programs, buT since SepTember The same schedule was mainTained wiTh only minor changes. Under The supervision oT ArThur Farey and John Crabbe, Tive weekly programs were sTarTed and mainTained Tor The year. Again The STudio was proud To bring To iTs lisTeners iTs oldesT broadcasTer in The poinT oT service wiTh PresidenT Tully C. Knoles' series oT inTormal discussions on Topics oT inTeresT in The World Today. This TeaTure conTinues To be The mosT inTeresTing on The schedule. CollegiaTe l-lilighTs, The collegiaTe newsp-aper oT The air, was sTarTed wiTh PaTricia Millberry as EdiTor, and John Crabbe and AI l-larkins as re- porTers. l.aTer The ediTorship wenT To Andy Shook, wiTh Clair TaTTon, Tom French, and l-loward ThursTon rounding ouT The rosTer oT reporTers. PaciTic Symposium broughT many ouTsTanding debaTers and speakers beTore The microphone. Under The direcTion oT Dr. C. McCall, These groups presenTed discussions on many inTeresTing conTemporary Topics. Erwin RUTT guided sTudenTs oT The conservaTory oT music Through a series oT musicales wiTh greaT success. I-leard Wednesday aTTernoons. The Pa- ciTic lvlusicale series This year was undoubTedly The mosT consisTenT oT any in pasT years. Dr. Tully C. Knoles Today World H -Li, 0 3, QT' 1 'ESL 'f ' ' 'S S -fr-ff is " 412 fri?" 'I . .YF an John C Co-Dire T ArT Fa y d v Friday aTTernoon's Paci- Tic VariTies had more Than iTs share oT ups and downs. IT weaThered The sTorms un- Til EasTer and Then sTepped aside To make way Tor new programs in The spring series. During iTs Time on The air iT accomplished one noTable TeaT in changing PaT lvlillberry's idenTiTy To l-laTie l-libiscus, The emcee heckling hair-brain. Al l-lar- kins' original composiTions provided The main music bill oT Tare Tor The year. The spring season broughT Two newsprograms To The air. The TirsT, Radio STage produced by ArT Farey and under The direcTion oT De Marcus Brown, was a series oT Tive halT hour dramaTizaTions. The plays varied in scope Trom a revival oT an old melodrama To a TasT-moving modern comedy, and gave many PaciTic l.iTle TheaTre players an opporTuniTy To branch ouT inTo The Tield oT radio drama. The second oT The new programs, Answer lvle This, an educaTional TeaTure broughT Bobbin Gay Peck and RoberT Eley To The air in The roles oT quesTion- masTers, asking inTeresTing and unusual quesTions abouT various ciTies Through- ouT The counTry. Answer lvle This was p-roduced under The direcTion oT John Crabbe and announced by Bill liams. The STudio sTaTT looks back on The l937-'38 season as more Than successTul, and wiTh beTTer TaciliTies and an enlarged curriculum hopes To make ne-xT season an even greaTer one. VarieTies l 73 l ANJZX C I' BCDARD CDF ATHLETIC CQNTROL A A 80 N A R A N J A D CD ' EDWARD SI MONSEN Gracluaie Manager ATHLETIC MANAGERS XX X 3 8 .U f'-'-a.v0- ', Ed. YeHand YELL I .FADFIRS Sfarr Ford Langdon F821 N A R A N J i83l KK COHCHING STHFF The dean of American foofball coaches has developed fighfing feams in his five years af C. O. P., is ouf fo make fhe world Pacific-con- scious in I938. his forfy-ninfh year of coaching, when he leads his hardy band of Bengals back fo Sfagg Field in Chicago fo meef fhe lvlaroons, Nov. I2. Varsify baskefball masfer-mind and "Double Ns" righf-hand man on fhe grid, Ralph Francis has imbued Pacific afhlefes wifh plenfy of fhaf old "iiniger" as well as furning ouf sfrong casabaaggregafions and sfurdy lines in fhe lasf fwo years. Newcomer fo C. O. P. fhis year, Earle Jackson led fhe revival of Tiger frack and field acfivify wifh promising resulfs. Bringing wifh him a fwenfy-year record as cinder menfor af Knox and Carlefon, he bids fair fo reiuvenafe fhe glory fhaf was Pacific frack. All-around man of fhe Pacific coaching sfaff is blonde Scandinavian Chris Kieldsen, who fufors would-be Frosh linemen in foofball, Frosh cagers, Varsify and Frosh swimmers, Varsify and Frosh fennis rackefeers, all wifh good resulfs. Pacific's famous Olympic afhlefe, Jim Corson, has done a fine job furning ouf Frosh grid squads of a high caliber year affer year. Ninefeen fhirfy-seven was Jim's lasf season as an acfive coach, as he furns over fhe yearling menforship reins fo Earle Jackson fhis fall. 7 H AMOS ALONZO STAGG. Coach A DOUG SILVA, Caplain 1937 BENGHLS Back row: Slagg. Becker. Lyons, McWilliams, Wilkinson, wager y Campbell, Adamina, Grubbs, Parsons, Breeders Middle row: Francis, Benfley, Gaumnih, Tulloch, Alexander, Loomis, Kienlz, George, Bralye, Rivera Trembley, Polka, Tsunelcawa, Baer. Froni row: Coffey. Cooper, Siegfried, Lloyd, Mariinovich, Soper, Green, Bonnifield, Rippey. Silva Greenblaif, Simonsen S l , Hedges, Avery, Koehler, O'lflare l84l Keifhley reaches Tor The Tleefring Mr. Schindler. . T UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 40 PACIFIC ..... - 0 I-lailed as a poTenTialIy greaT squad, The T937 Bengal VarsiTy wenT down To The CiTy oT Angels To open The budding porkhide campaign. PiTied and maligned as a "minor league" ball club, The Tigers came limping back To Their STockTon lair, burn- ing Trom The worsT deTeaT suTTered ,by a ,STagg-coached Team aT PaciTic. ln The shorT space oT Two-plus hours, Howard Jones' SouThern CaliTornia Trojans, led by one Ambrose Schindler, who seT oTT The Tireworks wiTh a 64-yard Touchdown sprinT in The TirsT minuTe and ThirTy seconds oT play, passed and bucked The visiTors Trom up norTh inTo submission. ChieT reason Tor The Bengal bamboo,zIemenT aT The hands oT The Jones-boys was The weak pass deTense. PaciTic backs allowed Three aerials To go Tor Touch- downs aT Times when The TighTing Tiger line seemed To be holding iTs own againsT The beeTy Trojan Torwards. "Iron Mike" lVlarTinovich gained The unqualiTied admiraTion oT ThirTy Thousand specTaTors wiTh his bruising line-bucking. Line sTandouTs Tor a TuTile cause were "FireTly" O'I-lare, Irwin Grubbs and Jack Tulloch. PaciTic's oTTensive display was limiTed To a brieT aerial splurge in The TourTh quarTer. which accounTed Tor Two oT The STaggMerers' Tour TirsT downs. Score aT halT- Time, 2l-O. was indicaTive oT whaT The Tinal Tear-Terking TabulaTion was To read: U. S. C. 40. PaciTic O. ' Iv1arT,inovich Bralye Rippev I 95I ' I SAN JOSE STATE . . . I2 UWT... ' . 3 u-is-V T ,,u +455 " .Tr gig in . s. Q24-A iii lr , i l -Q4'-,Q U-avr it 11'-ii. , ' rs- 'H .11 fiil' 'gtk pggifflg .l"."1i- . ' 1 4' 'JE-, PACIFIC ..... 7 Displaying new-Tound spiriT, The STaggmen made Their STockTon debuT a near-success by sTaving OTT The powerful San Jose SparTans Tor Three and a halT quarTers, only To weaken laTe in The Tinal period when The Prune-pickers Tallied Twice. Again The aerial defense was The prime TacTor in deTeaT. ATTer Al George's brilliani' 83-yard punT reTurn To pay-dirT in The TirsT canTo, The Bengaline, sparked by Tulloch, plus Georges Tackling aT saTeTy. kepT San Jose scoreless de-spiTe many ThreaTs. Zimmerman's piTching Tinally peneTraTed The impoTenT C. O. P. secondary, giving San Jose The nod, I2-7. MarTinovich place-kicked PaciTic's sevenTh poinT, while SwagerTy blocked looTh SparTan aTTempTs. O'l-lara Alexander Avery MarTinovich leads Bralye inTc The Troian wilderness. sei Pe T A5175 f.- .- s ', , .s '..s- I' T5"- Y- ' T17-5 "- -1 r-"a - 1'1" . 4- Qgj' gi ,J iq' 1 35 riff. 'T .gig Soper and Koehler close in on a pack of Bears. CHICO STATE . . i 0 PACIFIC ..... 7 In anoTher BaxTer STadiunn mazda-liT nocTurne, The Bengals walTzed Through a weak Chico eleven To a mild I3-O vicTory. RepresenTing The Tigers' TirsT win oT The season, iT did noT represenT Their bes+ perTorrnance. The up-sTaTe WildcaTs Turned ouT To be very Tame upsTarTs, buT PaciTic showed lack oT drive, was, unTil The Third quarTer, incapable oT cashing in on evidenT superioriTy in all phases OT play. AI George was The big noise in The noT-Too vicious Bengal snarl, scoring The TirsT six-poinTer on a swing around end Trom Twelve paces ouT and passing To AI Sop-er in The TourTh Trame Tor The oTher Touchdown. The odd poinT came Trom lvlar- Tinovich's Toe. Doug Silva was The keyman oT The Tiger Torward wall which over- powered The Chico line in The second 'halT aTTer The scoreless TirsT-halT TighT. Avery and l-ledges Turned in good jobs aT Tackle and end, respecTively, while George's alTer- naTes aT rearback, Bob KienTz and "Kip" Bralye, had liTTle diTTiculTy in p-uncTuring The CaTs' line Tor ample yardage. QuarTerback Joe Siegicried and MarTinovich appeared To oTTensive advanTage, averaging beTTer Than Tour yards per crack. Al Soper's work aT wingback leTT liTTle To be desired, boTh on oTTense and deTense, where his hard Tackling sTood ouT. IT was The Bengals' nighT To howl lhowever TainTlyl because Chico had liTTle else Than TighT. B. Parsons Silva Campbell T971 I CALIFORNIA . . 20 PACIFIC ..... 0 ' On Ihe basis ol early-season show- ings, Bay area sporls scriveners lagged Jrhe Bengals "a junior college squad." Thai was before Jrhe dog-lighl al Berkeley. Showing line sp-iril and delerminalion, Ihe Slraggmen held Cal's gorgeous Golden Bears, Rose Bowl champs, Io a respeclable 20-O counl. Courageous line-play wilrh Fullback Ivlilce Ivlarlinovich as spearhead ol Ihe defense, forced Bollrari, Meek, Chapman, el al, lo pul oul exlra sleam. Swagerly and O'l-Iare were slrandoul Iorwards. AI Soper malched h Ihe redoublable Sam Chapman bool for bool, a big laclor in hold- I gy ing Ihe Blars al bay. I ' I . an I-ledges In i ,'.- I I! II A MEWilILanFj 5 Y onni ie ,V 1 Tulloch and Grubbs reach, bul Chapman makes il good. I I I .J 88 1 . . -i ii,-1i'2' 'N .... 5 E:E:E:..... 1 so AI George "Benred-down" on af Berkeley. I i4?QT'f?'f', 1 'L5,, '2' T if .' V A . UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA . 3 l l PAC-IFIC ...... 7 .ig 7 .f. . . . . . l Pacific challced up Far Wesfern conference vucfory No. 2 in an alfifudinous fhriller ,Pip af Reno, when fhe ersfwhile Blue Bombers of Nevada were lcnoclced off by a fourfh- guarfer Bengal march of 65 yards fo sfriped ferrifory and vicfory. Joe Siegfried bucked if over from fhe fwo-yard line for fhe fouchdown, Marfinovich converfed 4 g and seeming defeaf was furned info a 7-3 Pacific friumph. T Nevada's score came affer a 94-yard run-baclc of fhe second-half kickoff, only - Al I-ledges' magnificenf diving faclrle averfing a fouchdown. The lanky end's feaf was one of fhe season's highlighfs. Affer fhe Bengaline sfopped fhe Wolves cold, Eafon place-kicked a field-goal fo send fhe Renovafers info fhe lead. Despife 'having fo come from behind, fhe Bengals consisfenfly oufmaneuvered - fhe Wolf-pack. compiling more fhan 200 yards from scrimmage and driving deep info Nevada ferrifory a half dozen fimes. Feafuring fhe game-clinching affaclc fhaf moved 65 yards in fwelve plays were George, Siegfried and Marfinovich. Cfher nice ball-packing was done by Kienfz and Bonnifield. Up fronf, where fhe baffle raged hoffesf, l-ledges, Silva, O'l-lare, Tulloch and McWilliams were fop-nofchers. The laf- fer was parficularly alerf on pass, defense. once almosf geffing away wifh an infercep- fron. Thus did fhe Tigers spoil Nevada's Homecoming. ' Keifhley ' Swagerfy ' Tulloch iw I. '3i'!.", I A '-S' 'ri Eff: 3 L all 5 V. :45E5:5:5,:.:..V ,!W ,. ,.:::g.i, Q, I 'Eli .lp , ' . A 19,721 .. .T ,ii ii. QL i gi- ig . " . L-1" 1 17-if ":1:555E5E55 I fax 1".- . J?-:"vf ":1'3f4. ..J' ' 's, To 1.3-1 T sf.: ST. MARY'S . . . 0 PACIFIC ..... 0 Old grads wandered back To Bax- Ter STadium To see an inspired Tiger Team rise To The peak, play a big, Tough ST. IvIary's eleven To a s+ands+iII Tor Three periods, Then almosT win in The Tinal sTanza. The enTire PaciTic line perTormed nobly in TighTing The Gaels To a scoreless deadlock. IVIarTinovich's line- backing was again The IceysTone oT The rugged deTense. ST. Mary's never goT closer Than The I I, while in The TourTh period The Bengals marched To The Ivloragans' Tour-yard line, mainly Through The passing oT AI George and Ben Alexander. There Tour line aTTempTs Tailed and Tinal score read: PaciTic O, ST. Mary's O. ver Cooper KienTz snags one in The TlaT againsT The Gaels. E901 d l Soper sTops ThaT ST. Mery's and-aroun . V R CAL. RAMBLERS . . 7 PACIFIC . . . 4 C. O. P.'s lasT home game proved To be a nighTmare. The CaliTornia Ramblers, composed oT Bear second sTringers and ineligibles, came To Town and wenT To Town wiTh The lisTless Bengals, who seemed To be suicfering a leT-down aTTer The ST. lvlary's pinnacle. Before The specTaTors had seTTled in Their seaTs, The Ramblers had seven poinTs by virTue oT a 55-yard gravy sprinT by Eddie l-lopkins plus a conversion. ThaT was all The invaders needed, Tor despiTe TranTic second-halT aTTempTs To equalize The counT. which neTTed only Two saTeTies, The Tigers never really goT back in The game. IT was disTincTly an oTT-nighT Tor The Orange and Black men. AcTing CapTain Doug Silva was The lone sTandouT in The sagging Tiger line, while AI Soper's kicking and Alexancler's plunging and Tackling were consolaTion TacTors Tor The backfield. PaciTic's besT ball-ToTing was done by Bob KienTz and Emrys Lloyd, The laTTer making his debuT as a halTback. ' The pair oT saTeTies. C. O. P.'s only conTribuTion To The scoring column, came in The Tinal guarTer: The TirsT on a Tumble ThaT hopped ouT oT The end-zoneg The sec- ond on a direcT giTT Trom l-lopkins, who inTenTionally ran ouT oT The playing Tield To prevenT a possible blocked kick. AT The end, The STaggmen were raging, buT impoTenT. Final weird Tally: Ramblers 7, PaciTic 4. Trembley , Lloyd BenTley T911 , ,1, ,, ,, CAL. AGGIES . . 6 PACIFIC ..... I3 ' STaying in The Thick oT The conifer- ence race, The Tigers unleashed a hard running aTTacIc aT Davis To Trample The Aggie MusTangs, I3-6. in a driving rain. A new running sTar was uncovered in Emrys Lloyd, who averaged 6.5 yards in I3 carries, scored The TirsT Touchdown on a I3-yard gallop. Second score came on a George To Dick BenTley pass, good Tor I5 in The air and 30 on The hooT. MarTinovich added The ThirTeenTh poinT via placement All Bengal Tallies came in The TirsT half. OTher See- yopee highIighTs were Soper's booming punTs, Grubbs' Tine Tackle play, punT-covering by SwagerTy and I-ledges. Grubbs Koehler Siegfried "BuTch" Lloyd swings around Aggie end. Siegfried leading l'fi ' ig Fi- I -' 1 .W V , UI: , W g rifh-ik I I 'B-1 ' Sr A u I N X "wa- C I92I ' :PIE .1 5 In 'OA Lloyd Tollows Siegfried oTT Fresno's Tackle. FRESNO . . . . 20 ' PACIFIC ..... 0 Two Teams undeTeaTed in league play meT on Turlcey Day in Fresno Tor The cham- pionship oT The Far WesTern conTerence and PaciTic was Thanl4Tul when iT was over. The Tigers allowed ThaT old bugaboo, TaulTy pass-covering, To crop ouT again and iT cosT Them The game. 20-O, and The conTerence crown. Fresno STaTe had liTTle Trouble regaining The TiTle Tronn The Orange ancl Black, as The Raisin CiTyiTes consisTenTly ouTplayed The STaggmen aTTer The TirsT quarTer. ln The second period, Fresno's big gun, Gleason, sTarTed booming and Trorn Then on The ouTcome never was in doubT. Passes were direcTly responsible Tor all oT Fresno's scores, alThough Two oT The Three Touchdowns were scored Through The line. The Bulldogs led aT halT-Time. I3-O. PaciTic never goT closer Than The Fresno 27. alThough Lloyd again showed up well as a ball-packer. Up TronT, SwagerTy, Tulloch and l-ledges did a neaT iob oT holding slippery Toby l-leeb To exacTly zero yardage on punT-reTurns. Ed Koehler showed class as a line-plugger, as did MarTinovich, buT Their 'eTTorTs were noT enough. C. O. P. was in The conTesT only during The TirsT canTo. ATTer ThaT, iT was all Fresno, and The Bulldogs came ouT oT The doghouse a-snarling. Cold Turkey Tor The Tigers! Adarnina Soper ' KienTz Ii 931 I U.S.MAiRlNES . . I4 PACIFIC. .... I4 ln The season Tinale aT San Diego, The STaggiTes spoTTed The Marines Two Touchdowns in The TirsT quar- Ter, Then came To liTe and lcnoTTed The counT wi+h a Turious laTe-game charge, led by Lloyd and SiegTried. The Tormer scored boTh Touch- downs, wiTh lVlarTinovich converTing Twice, To bring The Tinal score To I4-all. "Iron Milne" missed Two Tield goal aTTempTs in The TourTh quarTer, which almosT saw a PaciTic vicTory. O'l-lare and Silva closed Their careers wiTh neaT line jobs. The sea-soldier sTymie compleTed The I937 Bengal record aT Three wins, Tive losses and Two draws. ' Tsunelcawa Green George KienTz swepT OTF his TeeT by a couple of Gaels T941 95 T- FnrsT row-Roscelli, McElroy, Jacobsen, Pappas, lvey. OlaeTa Second row-SeiTerT, Fine, l-Taycock, Piccardo. Foss, Vieira Third row-Kieldsen. ZumsTein, Colle-H. Myers, Johnson, l-lalberT, Corson FRQSI-I SEASCDN "Big Jim" Corson's Tinal TooTball coaching iob, The T937 ediTion oT Frosh pig- skinners, was a Tair-To-midlin' aTTair. Going Tormer Bengal yearlings Two beTTer, '37 TigerleT TooTballers Took on a heavy six-game schedule plus one posT season skirmish. NeT resulT: Frosh 3-OpponenTs 4. FourTh row--Hill. FolendorT The Three Babe wins were arrived aT Through sheer power and superior playing abiliTy. The Cal. Aggie ColTs, brisk rival eleven, absorbed a double ducking. The TirsT deTeaT came oTT in BaxTer STadium surroundings, wiTh Corson's CuTies sending Tullback Dale l-lalberT around end Tor Theiscore and margin oT vicTory-6-O. The second CaTleT win was annexed in Davis, ColT's sTamping ground, To The Tune oT I3 "love". Tom OlaeTa, back, and broTher of Joey OlaeTa, a Tiger greaT, provided The TeaTure oT The Tray by running 55 yards Toa score on an inTercepTed pass. Salinas J. C. was The squad ThaT obliged Tor vicTory number Three. They Took iT on The chin, I4-6. Cub razzle-dazzle was Too much Tor The LeTTuce Lads. San lvlaTeo Junior College proved a bone-crushing aggregaTion in The sea- son opener by dumping The orange and black neophyTes 20-O. The nexT deTeaT came in The guise oT a hearTbreaker. Leading The Fresno Bullpups 7-6 wiTh buT one play leTT, The Dean's Darlings looked like a casT-iron cinch. l-lowever, The Tough,visiTors pulled a "Merriwell" when Bob Quinn, Pup halT who had been a Thorn in The Cub side all nighT, skirTed end Tor six markers iusT as The gun popped. The Tinal Tally, I2-7, saw The Fresnans in Their TirsT vicTory over a Corson-coached eleven. San Jose's Trosh handed The KiTTen crew a I3-O loss in BaxTer STadium, and The Tiger Cubs, playing a posT season inviTaTional, losT To Placer Junior College, 6-O. T-larris Fine, ,oT Tracy, was honorary capTain. l-le played a bangup game aT guard all season. V I . . --- -- .-4--. --V.- - .. ,Y- - . V ,. ,Y , ,--..-....,.,-,if.,.-..Y.., -, A - ,7-., cn. Back row-Dunlap, l-ledges. Doyle. Corson. Avery, Adamina, SwagerTy, MarTinovich Middle row-Tremblay, Silva. Alexander, Koehler. McWilliams, Campbell, O'l-Tara. Tulloch. Parsons FronT row--Rippon. LuTz, l-loTFman, KniveTon, Bralye, KienTz, Rivera, Breeden. Francis Vi- 3-.,,,.4 ... . ,f , X Luv aw, . T ' ln I'-722 The Bloclc P SocieTy was organized To promoTe clean aThleTics, To acT as an advisory body Tor any aThleTic acTiviTies on The campus, and To assisT The Board oT ConTrol in The mainTenance oT college TradiTions. The varsiTy aThleTes also inTor- mally acT as "big broThers" To The Treshman aThleTes. Thursday oT each week has been designaTed as "leTTer day," when each member oT The socieTy agreed To wear his sweaTer. OTTicers are Rudy Rivera, presidenTg lrvin Grubbs, vice-presidenTg Ed Koehler, secreTary-Treasurer. Membership in The SocieTy is limiTed To varsiTy coaches and aThleTes who have earned The Block P award. In The Spring, The Block P sponsored The annual Senior FaculTy BaslseTball Game which was won by The Seniors 26 To 25. The Block P wound up iTs acTiviTles on April 23 wiTh an lnviTaTional SporTs Day. The precedenT-se-TTing program was ac:Tion-cram- med wiTh a TooTball game beTween The Seniors and The I938 VarsiTy, inTramural Track and Tield evenTs, swimming exhibiTions, and closed wiTh a dinner aT The l-loTel STocl4Ton. , T961 J A F9 I i i I ' 7 of louki 'ical trin-sformiztion cfmicij 1i!1'fld'liCi'Id m men s xwys thcm5e:1veS and their fuller-.vs, nn Q g f:1L11o: part of i thc evilsmjhich now would vugiish 5mw21'y .or !'l'7ilZCdy' vm :u:t:'vi ngxtiQaQSly. lf thc lnznjurity 315 min! w:1'sm1 s hd!! the upinirms pivdi ilu: f5l,li'l'lt WCW 'that 21' -,'V xiuxlhu:m L1l purple IIIWNV do, there xvauldgiilyf' islamic, hc: n0,liki:li h00d of :11xc,ntTfwrAjg1 whole p-mblem of JIZIIJVOI' iwfvi med and atm i 'f .- W INTRODUCTI NZA "' the 'purpose of this yiobznne tfm theory with reicrgnce to pubhci 1 b ' , to present the facts wlth 'oi public owuershxp arfd , to, argue for the pnbhe ity gr against it. Om? chief? thiq or that utxhty is sim that 3 the rqsxmlts ,oi such wxth the l !'e'l'lf mm unul the con the ch 1 one :ai ll-lltrlf. 4 . lilly' 4"l'l f Q nur if H'Iill .lwfli 1 uli Nl I' I All gl l ,fbFS1Sl' rg be e1alb0rsiea ,1., li vm ShEf'Pd'st'?'?t'0" 'UBS' drawn I h u W .aloclal bciglmvzor of 41W5dividua15. ang .X-I'lUf.'ilN A flonai Iac-iaLandIleC onliC. ly Limb underlivs all the IICCCS-'?fl?1fCi S lt is the luzity-wlpicin lifoI1ClflfffClUE!1All9ClC just l zlways reveals. AS in Oflffhlfle' Alan El " lys n mn through .successive gezlenpendfea Tdistiilction dcvcloprnent reveal a .sing 'qS3fl5,f'5f,igf-air d. 5 . but umlity in the members - 1C3f1011?Of mnrlent: change in tllqzrf pages 31"5fClC'VotCd: social structure, in tllg ' Q' 351330 FIIEIP of communitfyl13Qffff1Cfr'oW development fm' if 7 f' . oil: ll in G gqapableg on :old of studjff ' GI' ' I CTS to anpqqt I my of , zncasure A " 1 . A T ll to f I5 .,f,Af 1:1l11f'f , WE PUYPM Zif I f0V?f Ayflqi 'ig mv " , . 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'Q ,, N. ., I .X li I, A Stal 1.-., , f '57 i in 1 l 53 Boo'll1 Bronzich Cave C r Dixon D h Harder Hawley H II g Lagomarsino Lombardi Liebman L g Morrill Marsh Parker Ranney R h Ricl1ardson.L, R li d Fall Semesler OFFICERS Spring Semesler Alinde Dolwrmann ...r.,,..... ,. .,.,,...., Presidenjr ..........,...,,.,..... ..... G enevieve Moran Beverley McGl'ian. ............ Vice Presidenr ,......,,...,..e....., Beverley McGlian Jean Weslrum ,..,.....,.,. ..,...r.,.,..e S ecrelary ,.,,,,,,,,,,e.o .... M ilclred Lagomarsino Nancy Greaves .,.,..,........, , ......A.....,,..., Treasurer ............ - ...,..,........,...,.,. Junan Bronzicli Genevieve Moran ......,,..,,.... ,...,. ..A.. H o use Manager ..,,,......... LaVonne Richardson SOCIAL CALENDAR Ocrober 29Jrl'1 ,...A..,. .........................,,,..,.................,.,..,. Receplion for "Excursion" Ocrober 3O1rl'1 ..,.,...r.... ....,...,...........,..,..,.......... H omecoming November 5Jrl'i ,..,...,,,, December 3rd ....,...... December 5+l1 .....,...... January 7ll1 ,.,.,..,r.... February IOJrl'1 ..,..,..,... March 6Jrl1 ......,.............,,..,. Marcli I llli .A,...,,,LL.,L..,,c Marclw l9Jrl'1 .,,.....,.,...,..,,.... ,, Pledge Dance Froslw Foorball Dinner Tea for Morlwers' Club Winrer Formal Fallwer-Dauglirer Banquer Pledge Tea .,......Pledge Dance Pan-Hellenic April 3O'l'l'1 May lsr ..r....,......, ......,... F ormal Dinner-Dance a+ Del Monre May 27ll1 ..,,,,.,,,..,,,,.........,...,.,., ii,ii...,...,...,.....,.,.......,........................,,,,, T rack Dinner June 3rd ........,..r......... ,.......,, G ingliam-Cord Dance If I IO il MU ZETA RI-IO Greaves McG-han Wesfrum lII,l Grimshaw Hallmark Miller Moran Wolf. J. Wolf, M. Alinde Dohrmann Genevieve Moran I gas? Baer Bach B +I y B H lc Jacobs Jordan K g in Kingdon am R I R b S lc Seavers Smilh Squires SI or o inson ac Fall Semesler OFFICERS Spring Semesier Helen Jean Torvend ,.,...,.,..A.,.A,,...,...,.,,. Presidenl .........,.,...,,.,. ,,.,..,.,.., M ariorie Nichols Mariorie Nichols ....,.....,...,,..,.l....,..,.., Vice Presideni ..e,........,.r .........,......... E velyn King Virginia Sack .......,....,,.e,.... ecc,,,A.,..,,.. S ecreiary .........,,,,, ......................... A lice Tilion Lora Lou Childs ,..,.,.,,. ,,,......,,s..,....,. T reasurer ..,....s...,..,..s .. .,,,...,,,.... Lora Lou Childs Jane Kingdon .....,...,.s.. ...,.s,.........., H ouse Manager .....,.....i...,,..,.....s.......... Jane Kingdon SOCIAL CALENDAR Oclober 9'rh ,,,,.,...,4,,,,.,.,,,...,...,.......,.,...,........,,,...... Fashion Tea Ocrober 22nd .......,...,,,,.........i,....................,.......... Barn Dance Ocrober 29Jrh .....,.....,...,.,,,.,.,... Homecoming Luncheon November IOII1 ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,..,.,,..,.,.,,....,..,.....,...... -I' ally Pull November 2IsJr ........... .........,....................... P ledge Tea December 3rd ...,..,s..,s,, .,,,....,..,. F aihers' Dinner December IO+h ........... ,.,....,.... F oolball Dinner December l5Jrh .......... ,....,....,...,,.... K id Parry January 22nd ...i,,..s ,,......,... I mcormal Dance March 6Ih .....,...,.i....i ...,.,.s..........,.. P ledge Dance March I8Ih ..,.........,. .,.,.....,.s......,....,... F acully Parry March lffrh s,sssiisssss.i ,...,,....,.. P an-Hellenic Dance March 26+h ,.,,.i,.,,,,.. .i.....,,...,.,,.A... P ledge Dance April 3O+h ,,,,..,,,,s, ..,.....,.....i B reakiasl Dance May 6'rh .,,.....,.es ,s,.,..... M olrhers' Dinner May I4+h ...,.......,... ........... F ormal Dance I II2 I en e ower Chapman Ch ld L b L d CorlceH Daniels DuBrulz Elzel Mainard Miller Morgan Morall Sluarl Tanlsorg Tillon Torvencl Goudy Hepburn Morlon Nichols Traberl l -l l l lII3l EPSILON LAMBDA SIGMA Mariorie Nichols Helen Jean Torvend ,, ,wp .,...,., Z. . 5 g g i -I . :as i 1 , 1 1 .Q 4, 1, .1 , qqvd y A l X . Y' f -L Ball Barnerr Baxrer Blundell Breed Cameron Cary Ferroggiaro Ficoviclw Flickinger Fraser Genochio George Hodgkins McCarl McManus Meeske Mello Millberry Owen Parlrer Roberis Rowe Saugsfad Sawyer Siarr Srrong Wesron Fall Semesrer OFFICERS Spring Semesrer Ann Blundell .,...........,....... ..,.A..,......,,,,......, P resideni' .........,,,,,...........,,....,A.............. Ann Blunclell Evelyn Barneir ..........,,....,..,..,,,,,....,........ Vice Presiolenr .A..,4,,,...,.............,, Bobbin Gay Peck Bobbin Gay Peck .,.......rrA.........., Secreiary lRecorclingl .,.....,.............. Pairicia Roberls May Lou Whirmore ...A...,..,.. Corresponding Secrelaryi ............,,..,,. Peggy Howard Minnie Sawyer .......,,.,.... ...................,..... T reasurer ,,,,...,..........,,.. ......,.,.. Minnie Sawyer Julianne Ralslon ......,..., ..,,.,.....,.,.. Fl ouse Manager ,..,,..,.,e .,.,,,..,r. E velyn Barnelrl SOCIAL CALENDAR Seprember I7+l1 .,.....,A.., Dinner for Miss Berg Sep-Jrember I9Jrl1 ...................A.................................. l-lonoring Minnie Sawyer Oclober 7+l1 ....,, Dinner for Miss Smilli, Miss McCann, and Mrs. Cocler Oclober IOH1 .,,,,..,.....,,..,....,. Opening Rush Tea Oclrober 3O+l1 .........i,. I-lomecoming Luncheon November 22ncl ...,.......,... Thanksgiving Dinner December 4+l'i ,..........,.....,........, Cbrisimas Dance December I 5ll'i .,....,,....,......., Clwrisimas Dinner January 2 I slr ,,................ Receprion for Casl of "Silver Corel" February 2OJrl'1 ,.......ii.. .......,., O pening Rush Tea March l2Jrl'1 ..A.............................. Scavenger l-luni Marcli l8+lw .......,.....,................ Baslcelball Dinner May lsr ,.....,.....,., Molrlners and Failiers Dinner May 7'rl1 .......,..,...,...... Spring Formal al Rio Del Mar Counrry Club lIl4l ALPHA TI-IETA TAU 6 ,1 . 1 Y, Demmon Dennison Dunslan Lane Logerwell Lyons Railsback Renney Rifberg Worlh Woolley lIl5,l "Ji-r"4z 2737" 4?,.'v, 1.j..j,i2P"Q' Ann Blundell Evelyn Ba rneH 1 ! ,W .-..,.,.A .,.,,.,., mmf. ,., W V , . .l,v' - ' .i ,, . , . i ,- , L I.. U, I .- - - ' V 1 1 il li ' 'fr i - . 1 V -3. ,. - Y,. , , I , , - if . X - i X iii - 4. , 1 A! ,-I' X, , 1, ,I V4 gt, . ' i ' . 'IJ .i A' lil ' I ' l ,ii , ii- ,, . ,, W , 1 . . 'C' r , 5 'L . . i , , L .-r , lf ie, i 'Z T. l , ' . - - g in , ri w I ' ' . W . . 94' v g , i.' ill B y Clark Douglas Durs'r Gammons l-l g l d J J I1 K g ames o nson in Ladd ron ener in a en re s+fd sig T Tau V+ Fall Semesler OFFICERS Spring Semesler Hall H Las ll W Alirie Dursl .,............. ......,.........,..... P residenr .....Q...A.....,,, ,.......A....,........., A line Durslr Edna Clarlc ....,..,..,.... .,...,......... V ice Presidenl A..,......,. ,.................,..,.. E dna Clarlc Myrlle King ....,....,.,.,.... ,..,,,..,....... S ecrelary .....,,,,.,,. ....,...... B elrly Ann Smillw Mary Slanford .........., ...A.......,.... T reasurer ,,......4...A ,,,..,4....... M ary Slanlord Alice l-lall .....,.,... ,,.... ,,,,4.,,,...,,.,,, l-l o use Manager .,...,,.,,...,. ..,......,..,.., A lice l-lall soclAL cALENDAR A Seplember l9Jrlw .......,,.ei Brealclasl for Officers of P. S. A. Oclober 3Oll1 ...,c,...,....,.,...,.,..................,,......,............, l-lomecoming November Sllw ...,,i,..........,.........,i,......i..........,,......,.....ii.......,.,., Doll Tea November bllm .i.......... .,,....,,. l-l amburger Dance November I4+l'i .,,...,.,. ..........,.,4..,....,,,,.....,..c.,..,, P ledge Tea December lllli ........,.. .....,...,................,... C lirislmas Formal February IOH1 ......,...,.,. ...,..A..,, D eserl Parly willw Auxiliary February I2+l'1 ....c..4,,,,.., ..,.,.,,.i....A....A..,.,.,..,.. V alenline Dance March bln ................. .............,....,....,,,.......,.,..,. P ledge Tea March I9+l'1 .......,... ..,.ii...,,....,,..,A..,..,..,.,...,,,,,,,c,,,. P an l-lell March ZOH1 ,A,,.,,c, .,....,...,. O pen l-louse for Alumni May l4Jrl'1 .......... ,.,.,,.,...,....i...ii...... S pring Formal May 28+l1 ......,... i..........,...., S enior Brealqfasl lII6l druff TAU KAPPA KAPPA A D CD ' 3 8 rr, Blundell Clark Dohrmann DursT King Nickels Moran Meehan Peck PEN HELLENIC CGUNCU . OFFICERS PresidenT ............,,.. ..A.,.,,.,...,. G enevieve lvloran SecreTary-Treasurer I .,........... lvlariorie Nichols MEMBERS Ann Blundell Aline DursT Beverley McGhan Edna Clark Evelyn King Bobbin Gay Peck The Pan Hellenic Council, which during The pasT Tew years has replaced The TradiTional lnTer-SororiTy Council, includes as iTs members The PresidenT and The Vice PresidenT oT each oT The living group-s. lTs TuncTions include regulaTion oT rushing. pledging, and oTher maTTers viTal To The individual members. The Annual Spring Formal oT The Pan-l-lellenic Council was held This year aT The l-loTel SToclcTon on March l9. lll8l A R ATN J A rkifgg f kyfgaer Xena il.e+cfi.e,in fiwf 'iw fc'i r i ein . Wiirficcicfi FFFQTH'Fj l A eeffl' I I 6 wh PL' im v ,f I as I I C4fagiu4 Q5fIiulll . it, .WF "ll Rip F1 I ,v 1, 5 Rl, L 1 I . A ii. -ami: 7 W , J' f I Air ,L . l Ev- - i L I l 1 'gi' I Il , ll Is ,M L . ol ,- , 'Ir Q N..-I tri! al My I I -- I ' . ' 'Il I H ul I . I ' .. 3' 4 ,-f i N, .. - I 'ri ew I I I - I I 'fzxfi rages I fa4 F Alaboll R. Alnlsoll Akers Barllell Beckwilh Bells Benlley ll ns Complon Dodge Ealcn Farnesi Gassberg G-reenbl M lin Marlinovich McMillan McG-lolhen Norlon Olmsled Ray Sl' fhdee Travaille Tomasini Tremblay Turkafle Teflon While OFFICERS ' Fall Semesler Spring Semesler Presidenl' ...,................,,...,........,. William Carlile Vice Presidenl ..........l.......... ......Marion Akers Recording Secrelary .e...,...A.,,,,..,... Dale Rose Corresponding Sec'y .,..... Marlin Shearer Treasurer .,......,,...,..,...........,,... Wade Beckwilh I-louse Manager a..,Y,V,,.,,.,,,,i Phil Marlinovich Sergeanl ai arms ,...,,l................. Dick Keelole l-lislorian .,,..,...,....,,............,.... Reporler ...,.A......... Bill Scanllebery Ralph 'I-rernloley SOCIAL Sepl. IS, IQ37 ,....,........,..........l.... Radio Dance Presidenl .,.....,..........,..,,,..,..,...... William Carlile Vice Presidenl ..........,.,.......,.,.,.,... Dick Benlley Recording Secrelary ....., I-larold Dielcman Corresponding Sec'y ....... Marlin Shearer Treasurer ..........,......,.,,,,.......... Wade Beckwilh I-louse Manager ..,...,......,i Phil Marlinovich Sergeanl al arms .....,,.,,,, George Tomasini I-lislorian ....,...........,......,.,...,...... Dwayne Sewell Reporler ..,...,,...,...c,ri.....4A,,,.... Ralph Tremloley CALENDAR Jan. I4 .,...,....., Winler Wonderland Dance Ocl. I4. I937...Falher and Son Banguel Feb. IZ, l938 ....,.,,,,i....., ...,,,.....I R adio Dance Ocl. I8. l937 ,........ I-louse Molher's Parly March I6, l938 .....,I.,,............., Thealre Parry Ocl. l9, I937 ..,..,...........,..,....,.,., Radio Dance March 24, l938 ....,.....,...,..........., Pledge Parly Ocl. 3 I. l937 ..........., lea I-lonoring I-louse April l, I938 .c.A..,,........c.,.,......A,cA. Radio Dance Molher' April 30, l938 .I,.....,,,.,,..,..,.,..... Spring Formal Nov. 4. l937 .........,......,............,...... I-louse Slag May 6, ICP38 .,..,,..l....i.,..............,.. Radio Dance Nov. l2. l937 ......,.. Archania Fall lnlormal May I4, l938 .c,,.c.,,..,,,.,.,.,A,,,,,,A..,,. "Field Day" Dec. 3. I937 .....................................,. Card Parly May 2l-22 ,...,.... Week-end al Del Monle Dec. l9, I937 ......................,. Chrislmas Parry I l2Ol I Boyes Briare Carlile Haney Hellman Lloyd Scenilebury Sieglriecl ll2ll ALPHA KAPPA PHI William Carlile Dick Benilev enciru o enciru A long Aflcins B y B ly Campbell C I C I Darby Davis Dean Downs Doyle DuPrau Ia Gaumniiz Grifiiihs Iiams Irish Keiihley h er Scholl Scribner ScoI'I' Shepherd S+ TI d R I-I son I-Io son BFI' F6 6 OFFICERS BIT Odfl Fall Semesier Sp-ring Semesier Presicleni ...........,.........,,...,......... Gordon While Vice Presicleni ,...r..............,,,.. Jerry Keiihley Secrerary ,.......Ar...... ,....A....r..., B ill Kirlcman Treasurer .................,..,.. I-louse Manager Oci. 5, I937 ........................... Koehler .......,.,.WiII Challis Presideni ....,,.,................,, SOCIAL CALENDAR Gambling Parry Nov. I5, I937 ,.A...........,............ Pledge Dance Dec. 5, I937 ,,,,.....,,.....,.....,,..,....,. Waffle Parry Dec. I7, I937 .,....r.. Chrisimas Tree Parry March 28, I938 .................. Formal Iniiialrion ,George C. Bralye Vice Presideni ............,.c.......,. Dick Parriquin Secreiary ..............,..... ......A..............., R oy Berry Treasurer ..... - ...,,.,,..................... Forresi Darby House Manager ..A..,........,,.. Elion Cencirulo April 2. I938 ...,...,.rr....r.r......,.. Big Apple I-lop April 24. l938 ,....,.....i..,............,....,.r..,..,.......... Tea April 29, I938 ........,.....,..,...... Spring Informal Ivlay I2, I938 ....,.................................. Serenade May 2I-22 .,.,....,.... Formal Weelc End I I22 I Codiga Coll Cooper Farley Frifz Gidley Knivefon Koehler Moral! Wescoff Whire Young Cosslr Hanson Rivera l H231 OMEGA ALPHA Gordon Whire George Bralye Aclamina F In L mb Avery Becker Blaufuss Bird Briggs Coffey ovic Finley Finney Fisher Foss Grossrniih Hall Loomis Newell Parlier Parsons Peck Pursel onsen Smallwood Soper Slurrock Todd Van Dyke Yolo OFFICERS Fall Semesler Spring Semesler Presidenr ............,................. William Slurrock Presidenr ...........,..,.,........l.,,,........,,,. Frank Wood Vice Presidenr .................,.,,.,....... Frank Wood Vice Presideni ..,..............,.A. Glenn P. Wilson Secrelary .,,,,.,.,.............,.......... William Russell Secrelary ....,...,.,.,.......,....,....... William Russell Sergeani ai arms ..,......... George Blauiuss Oci. Nov. Nov. Dec Sergeani ai arms I-louse Manager . I-louse Manager ..,...AA.........,.,.... James Fisher .SOCIAL CALENDAR 3, i937 ,.....L....,,.. Waiermelon Feed 3, i937 .......,..l.... lvIoll'ier's Club Card Parly l2, I937 .....,........, Walerlroni Dance I5, i937 ...,........ Annual Xmas Dance ..,..l,........Tl'iomas Coiciee ,..,...................James Fislwer April 3, I938 ,.r,......,............. Formal Iniiiarion May I. I938 A.......... ....,........Lii'erary Meeiing May 6, I938 ...,.A......,.. lvlo+l1er's Club Card Pa riy May I4-I5, I938 ......,.......,....l. Formal Dance II24l REO LAMBDA PI-II enny DePuy Devine Dunlap ansbrow Harlcins l-larler l-lenclw ofsch Roscelli Russel Sancline ieira Wenh Wilson Wood lI25l Durham Evans Kienlz King Sandine Seville . 'MW William Slrurroclc Frank Wood I 4 . if il 1 Q "lS,.' lb ' Fa' I Y T- 7 .L i ? y y +G fxvfa-,ssl lr .. " 'i I eg . ' A i T ,, . T -- - -,mise ., l T T ., i i 'i'l1"f ig. gi f- L. . ,ug-1 Ak rs ' BeriTley Bralye Carlile Cencir l F her KeiThley Koehler MarTinovich STurroclc Whife Wilson Wood Interfrotemity Council Fall OTlicers PresidenT ..,..A..... Al.,.......... .........,,.,........,... W i lliam STurroclc SecreTary .A.,.,...... ..... ..........,..,,..,..,.. W i lliam Carlile Spring OTTicers PresidenT .................,..................,,..,................ James C. Fisher SecreTary ,....,.., ...........,....... ............... D i clc BenTley The council is an organizaTion Tounded Tor The purpose oT promoTing a close and friendlier relaTion among The diTTerenT TraTerniTies on The campus. Each year, The council makes The rules and regulaTions Tor rushing and pledging. Rushing sTarTs early in The Tall wiTh The annual lnTerTraTerniTy Dance and lasrs unTil midwinTer, giving each house a crack aT The new men sTudenTs. The ouTsTanding achievemenT This year was The pulolishing oT'a rushing book, helping To solve many of Those perplexing problems ThaT arise each year. ll26.l , Ailumw Il I I Back row: Jessup. Dowdall, Gilleffe, Meyer, Mason. A. Hall, Turlcaffe. Middle row: Riveff, Grubbs, Gerharf, Flefcher, Gammons, K. Hanson, Hobson, Frisen. From' row: Becker, Rippey, Williams. Pang, Young, Lehman, Elmquisf, Lomprey, H. Hall, M. Han- son, Alexander, MCC-Birk. Co-Qperotive House Oufgrowfh of a growing demand for cheaper living facilifies by a group of Pacific sfudenfs, 'rhe Pacific Cooperafive received ifs inspirafion af The Asilomar Conference of I'-736. Looking for some organizafion fo help nourish fheir embryonic enferprise, fhis group found fhe Sfudenf Chrisfian Associafion ready fo sponsor if. l-leading a small discussion and sfudy group, Karl l-lanson fook mosf of fhe burden of formulafing fhe working plan of fhe coop-, invesfigafing sfudenf opinion and securing fhe consenf of fhe adminisfrafion of Jrhe college. ' Affer fhe all-imporfanf posifion of housemofher was filled by hiring Mrs. George McGirlc, fhe Pacific Cooperafive l-louse rang ifs firsf dinner bell Sepfember 7, l937, wifh 28 plafes on fhe fable. Karl l-lanson was rewarded by'a whife ballof for fhe presidency. The ofher officers for fhe firsf semesfer were: vice-presidenf and house man- ager, Orvell Flefcher: recording secrefary, Carl Friseng freasurer, lrvin Grubbs: corresponding secrefary, Paffy Mason. Officers serving fhe second semesfer were: presidenf, l-lenry l-lobsong vice-presidenf and house manager, Orvell Flefcher: recording secrefary, Janef Lehman: freas- urer, lrvin Grubbs: corresponding secrefary, Paffy Mason. Obligafions of members are working a minimum of four hours a week, paying fwenfy-five dollars a monfh for room and board and deposifing fen dollars as a deposif, refurnable upon wifhdrawal from fhe group-. Despife fhe low cosf of fhe Coop, fhe house has been a financial suc- cess: dividends for all members were declared af fhe end of fhe firsf semesfer. lI27l I ,wry Bl TW ,I I. 1+ .J - I .mlm 'i 3194- i 91.2-. 'I rrp., .FW 4.7: ' . givin, 4 Sir,-.J '-"X il pq' hey " l Scoii Russell Dodge McCarlhy OFFICERS Presidenl ,..,,.....,..,,,..,,Y.....,,,...A,......,....,.....,....,.,,,,,,,,,A,.,, Bill Russell Vice Presidenl ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,A,,,.4,,,,4,, B ob McCai-Hwy Treasurer ,.,.....,.,..,...rA ...,.r,,.. L ..... C lyde Dodge l-louse Manager .......,..... .....,....... A rnold Scoil ,,,,,, Charles Allen Bob Downs Slanley Miller Phillip Alasi l-larry DuPraw Bill Mills Ari Anderson Jack Anderson Gaines Armslrong George Alkins Ernesi Alkinson Bob Auslin Paul Bishop Tom Bilher AI Blackman Burk Braadley Charles Brock John Bryanl Buford Bush Sam Chaney Jack Collins Ray Cooper James Cordova Roger Cross Norman Davis Clarence DePuy Clyde Dodge Lloyd Douglas l-larris Fine Bill Finely Jack Filling Irving Frilz Frank Gerlinger Max Sobel Ralph l-lansen Monle l-larmon Milchell l-loolcins Murray l-lunr Slanley Johnson Kennelh Klass Waller Laederich Norman Lamb A Bob Lauppe Jerry Lee ' Newlon Likens Dan Looney Bob Lyman Norman Medhursl Bob McCarihy David Minasian Louis Morrill Carl Moore l-larold Obenauer Joey Oleaia Tommy Oleala Jack O'Neill Jim Porler Frank Purcel Bob Rhode William Russell William Schedler Arnold Scroll Roberl Silverlhorn Bob Slark Clem Swagerly Richard Swayne Dud Thompson Bob Todd William Toland Todd Willson l-lenry Woodrum l l28 e l 9 Jane Abboll Jean Arnol . Barbara Baer Roberla Ball Belly Barry Frances Branslead Muriel Brown Elaine Burns Louise Byrnes Jean Caubu Mary Collin Claribel Collman Belly Davis Romaine Davis Pauline Dallas Jeanne DuBrulz Genevieve DeOng Lois Ellilliorpe Belly Fink Camille Golf Elaine Goold Presidenl ....,.,,...,...,.,,..... Vice Presidenl ,...,.... Mildred Gould Belly Groves Evelyn Gusinde Jean l-lales ' Pauline Hanna Dorolljy l-larlsuck Lovella l-lawley Rulli l-lellwig Doris l-lill Eunice l-lood l-lelen lngralwam Norma James Rullw Jones Olga Kalmin Alice Keelwner Florence Kenerelly Eolilh Kidder Lois Klass Belly Krelingi Dorollwy Lennox Doris Macklin Top row: Barry. Ball, Mrs. Granl, Slerner, T pk Bollom row: l-loocl. McCarl, Wrighl, Baer. Shoemaker Woiviaus HALL ff-.f. Jan Wriglwl Pliillis Slerner Florence Malik Vivenne Manary Eleanor Marlin Bellie Myer Dorolliy Miellw Beverly Miller Mary Miller N Barbara Newman Barbara Newlon Maryellen Nelson Jacqueline Parker Marnqa Phelps Dorolliy Pliillis Pally Pruyn Winnie Rankin Barbara Reinle Rullw Riqor Toni Rilberg Elizabellw Rocliex Marabelle Rodier l-lelen Rollwang Jean Sack Josephine Sclwillerle Mary Seward Belly Shoemaker Reba Sinclair Liberly Smillfi Adrian Squires Wilma Swarls Jane Thexlon Winilred Tompkins Jane Turner Rullw Warren Beverly Wellman Louise Wesl Barbara Wilbur Belly Wood Cornelia Wood Mary Ann Williams Beverly Wriglil Jan Wriglil HCDUSE TRETDITICDNS IT has long been The TradiTion oT The sororiTies To TeTe PaciTic AThleTes aT The close oT Their respecTive season wiTh an annual din- ner. ATTer each dinner The capTains oT The coming season are elecTed and announced. The TooTballers Trek To Epsilon Tor dinner while The baskelball squad is inviTed over by Alpha TheTa. A Table is seT Tor The Track men by The women oT Mu ZeTa Rho. The bewildered Treshmen receive Their TirsT bi+ oT rushing when Old Rhizomia holds Their Annual WaTermelon Feed early in SepTem- ber. The men oT Omega Phi ThroughouT The years invade sororiTy circles To lend Their voices in Their TradiTional Song Serenade. Grad- uaTes oT Archania, iusT beTore The end oT The year, are whisked away To The Annual STrawberry FesTival. If l3Ol A RANJA S H fi sv" ' ii HCA! .45 I l F F F i-I 'il .. . 45 51? 1. Peck -1 -,af ., , ,. I T . A iv '-4 W . ., - il ii ' ' if ' , ii- ., .I ii.-9.1. ', . ir L I-, fr HH il. 1" i A i . i .M 4 Abboir Arbuckle Barnejrr Breed Cencirulo Daniels F l y Ferrogqiaro George Rippey Sack Sancline Tilion Turkaiie Weslon All College Honor Society Local honorary icraierniiy for ouisianoling scholarship anol leaclership. Gholz Hobson Kingdom Mason O'l-lare OFFICERS Chancellor ,,...................,......,,,....................A..... l-lenry l-lobson A Vice Chancellor .... ...,.......... M argarel' Breecl Marshall ........,.,,,.....,,.c,. ..ic. A......4..., B o bbin Gay Peck Sergeani-al-arms .,...., ................ F rancis O'l-lare Scribe ........,...................,.....,......................... Professor Corbin MEMBERS Roger Abboii Philip Alosi Mary Arbuclcle Evelyn Barneii M. Barlon Ann Blundell Marqarel Breed Roy Cencirulo Charles Corbin Eileen Daniels Frances Embrey Malcolm Eiselen Erwin Farley Fred Farley Delphine Ferroqqiaro Marqarei George Charles Gholz William l-larris l-lenry l-lobson l-larolol Jacoby Jane Kingolon Lorraine Knoles Tully Knoles Pairicia Mason Francis O'l-lare Bobbin Gay Peclc Julianne Ralsion Thomas Rippey Virginia Sack Louis Sanoline Ernesl Sianforol Alice Tilion Alex Turlcairie G. A. Werner Virginia VVeslon fl32iI ri l l .i Abbott Bovey Childs Dodds Eaton Fa rl y Galton Grubbs Hall Hungerford J d L p y Morrall Michelson Pulich Rivera Sato OF BFI OIT1 Student Christtdn Associdtton Formed by a union ot the Young lVlen's Christian Association and the Young Women's Christian Association i934 President .................,... ...... ................ l r vin Grubbs Vice President ,,.........,r, ............. L ora Lou Childs Secretary ...s.....,.....,.,...............,,. ,.........,......s. B eth Dodds Treasurer ..........,....,..............,........... .,,,........,., D icli Eaton Membership Chairman .s...,,.. .,.....,., F red Abbott Social Chairman ........,..,.,,..., ,...,,.,..., J ane Jordan Finance Chairman .......,.....,. .,.,,,. ,..., E r win Farley Chapel Chairman ......,..,. ,....s..... lvl ary Lomprey Rooms Chairman .............sssss..,.,............,.,. ......s,..,..s A lice Michelson Public Attairs ........,,...............,,,.,........,.............. ..s....,,,..... lvl artin Pulich Intercollegiate Representative ..,.,,,..,... ..s.,,,,,,,.,.. lvl ary Galton Race Relations .........,,,,,...,.,...,...,,,...,,.,,, ....,,.,..... F lorence Sato Librarian ,........................., ...,............ ..,........,,...,..,,,,,., H e len Hall Publicity .............. - ,c.,........ ..,.....,,.. R ae Hungerford Sunday Evenings .s........... ........,,.......,... .....,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,, B o Io Bovey Frosh Club A.............,................,...,,.. s,,,,.., ...,,........Y.......,...,,,..,,,.,,,, ' c,.,..,,.,,..,,,,t J e an lvlorrall Frosh Club President ............. 3. ......,,..... Lora Lou Childs and Rudy Rivera Executive Secretary ...,.....,s ..A..,,,,,,,,,,,.,...,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,.s.,,.,...,,,..,,,,,,,, B utord Bush Advisor ........,..s,.............,....,... ,....,..,.,,,..,.,,Y, A,,,.,,t,4t,,,,,,.,,A,,,, D e an Cor-son fl33l I G Ab bi Boyes ' Cencirulo Kingdom R S l q Sh ei Nichols Re ld V eparcl Slanford Turlcalle Wal: d BETA BETA BETA Nalional Honorary Biological Sociely lor undergraduales. Local chapler, Omicron, organized in l93O. Dr. A. E. Noble is llwe sponsor. Presidenl ....,.,...........,, .r.r,.,r.......,. N oel Slwaelller Vice Presidenl ,.Ai...,,..i. ....,...,......,,.,,.. J ane Kingdom Secly.-Treas. ...., .,o.,..,.,... B elly Abercrombie l-lislorian ...i..... ......,... l-l arolcl Dieclcmann MEMBERS Belly Abercrombie Fred Boyes Roy Cencirulo l-larold Dieclcmann Violel Graves Glenn Harper Alfred l-lolcluoll Jane Kingdon Marie Niclwols Alonzo Reynolds Rose Lee Rowe George Selig Noel Sliaewcier William Slweperd lvlary Slanlord Alex Turlcalle Doris Wakefield lI34l 5 Abbot? Abercrombie Bar+Ie++ Boyes G-erharl Guggolz Hansen Heinrich Canlon Norion Noieware Robinson R Seliq' Sewell Srnilh Wakefield Villarus Ziegler QRTHQ META PARA Local iraierniry honoring scholarship in ine physical sciences l-ligh Exalred Alchemisi ,......,. Norman D. Noieware Mosi Worlhy Caialyzer ..................... Duane C. Sewell Grand Reducer ..................... .,v.,............. J ack F. Ziegler Super Synrhesizer ........... ......,,... l-l omer C. l-lansen Counselor ...............,..,..,,,,.4............... . ....,,,,.,. Dr. A. T. Bawden Berry Abercrombie Roberl Bar+leH' Dr. A. T. Bawden John Blinn Fred F. Boyes Mrs. Irene Canlon Ellis Elder Kennelh l-I. Fergusson C-Slee Gerhari Raymond Guerney Jack Guggolz D l-lomer C. Hansen Karl I-4. l-lansen Louis l-leinrich Al l-lolcholl Mrs. C. TR. l-lull Eric C. Jacobsen Prof. J. l-l. Jonie l-laworlh Jonle Dr. Clarence E. Larson Peier F. Madsen Elwood Molfili Ted R. Norion Norman D. Noleware Miriam A. Robinson Rose Lee Rowe George Selig Duane C. Sewell Eugene F. Shorl Charles F. Tarbos William Villaruz Doris Wakefield Dr. Allen W. Waldo Jaclc F. Ziegler -f A .1 I I ,i, A b kl Barnell Bl Breed C I Abb H r uc e C p r Dunlon Ferroggiaro Glwolz Newell N h I P lc Reynolds Sancline Weslon SC PHI GAMMA IVIU Nalional honor sociely lor social sciences. Local clwapler organized Dec. I, I924. FALL Presiolenl ,.....sLL....,.,......A.......,..,......,..,............,.A.... Louis Sandinei Vice Presiclenl .......I.,,.....,....,,...,..,,..,,L,,.,...4, Julianne Ralslon Secly.-Treas ....,....... .................,..,..,,....,. M alcolnn R. Eiselen SPRING Presiclenl ,,,.,s,..,.,,.,..,,,,....,..,,,,,...,.,,,,.....,,.,,I,...... Evelyn Barnell Vice Presidenlr ....,,..............i....,..,,,...,..,.......... Wesley Dunlon Secly.-Treas .......I..................AA............... Malcolm R. Eiselen MEMBERS Roger Abboll ' Mary Arbuclile Evelyn Barnell Eleanor Blum Margarel Breed Roy Cencirulo Elmyran Cooper Wesley Dunlon Delplwine Ferrogqiaro Charles Glwolz P. J. Jacobs I-Iolbroolc Newell Marie Nichols Rullw Powell Bobbin Gay Peck Julianne Ralslon Alonzo Reynolds Louis Sancline Nell Viclcroy Virginia Weslon Clwesler Winship ll36I 7 Childs Fliclcenger Demmon Hobson John Laqomarsino Miller Roberls Turkafle Wes PI-Il SIGMA GAMMA Honorary lralernily for modern languages. Local chapler organized in May, I929. Presidenl .....,.A.,.....,,o.,l....... ....o,o..o,, F rances Embrey Vice Presidenl .....,........, ..ol......, P alricia Roberls Secrelary ............,..,...,., ....,...... l. ora Lou Childs Treasurer .................. ......,...,., A lex Turlcalle Hislorian.. o...o,,... Rulh Greenough MEMBERS Philip Alosi Aileen Buoy Lora Lou Childs Ruberla Demmon Frances Embrey Belly Fliclcinger Rulh Greenough Henry Hobson Rulh Johnson Mildred Lagomarsino Jean Miller Palricia Roloerls Alex Turlcalle Virginia Weslon 1 xy- -- 1, . , 41-in " , - Thi,-, . . W, li il "" . - I. H. . ' I r V Q' 1 I : . - I im -.,.,.v,,f Jr' I ' X 'T H ,i i . A i fi , iii, QE fi ff , ,su Q . . . ,i JJ. L ,. - T 1 l , 1 1 l r. .,,, A B gas? Barfolomew Dunslan l-li Kolln McGl'ian Miller Morall Ranney Torvend r Woodruff ORC,'Hl:i SIS Orclmesis. honorary dancing sociely. Presioleni ,...,........,.....,..o...,..,........,.,.... l-lelen Jean Torvencl Vice Presidenlr ................... ......,,..........,...., V erna Dunsian Secrelary Tresurer .,,.,.....,....,.......,,a..A.,.,A,,.A. Floriene Buoy MEMBERS l-lelen Arloogasl Doroilwy Bariliolomew Joyce Blackman Aileen Buoy Floriene Buoy Verna Dunsian Jean Ferqusson Jean Goodwin Ecliilw Claire l-lixson Edirlw liams Dororhy Kolln Laverne Lagoria Dororlmy Elrnquisr Beverley McGl1an Jean Miller Jean Morall Mary Ranney Gail Sclweere I-lelen Jean Torvencl Barbara Wilbur Jeanne Woodruff Camille Golf, l-lororary lI38i n erin B y E d l Harmon Liedslrand S Sh i Taylor While SFI Miller Si gf d Yob W 'H PHT MU ALPHA Nalional fralernily honoring oulslanding achievemenl in music. FALL SEMESTER OFFICERS SPRING SEMESTER Paul Taylor ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,S,,,,,.,,,,... Supreme Councilman .,.................................. Paul Taylor Rodney Randall AA,,,,,,...,,,...,,.,,,.....,,,,.,.,..... Presidenl' .....A............,.,.,.........,,..., Alvin Liedsirand Alvin Liedslrand ,,,,,,,i,,,,,,, ...,,...,... V ice Presidenl ,.......... .......,........ R odney Randall Primo Yob ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. ............. T reasurer .........,... William Siegfried Eric Alvord ,..,,. .......,,.... S ecreiary ,.........., ........,..,.,,A.. A lberl Miller Ed, Simonsenu .,...,,...... l-lis+orianQ ...... ...,..........., M illon Kwale Roy Berry .,..,...,. Russell Aillcen Phillip' Alosi Allen Bacon Russell Bodley Birlc Broadly l-lorace Brown Jim Corson Euvel Enderlin rden..s...... ....,,......,Laurence Shorl MEMBERS John Elliol Louis Farone Pele Gillespie l-larmon Ginn Roloerl Gordon Myron l-larmon Roy l-lemsworlh Wesley l-lull Louis Morse Bob Riddell -Franlf Smiih Kennelh Vincenl l-lenry Wellon l-luloeri' While Delberi Wescollr i A I, 4 -. i f i. i . ,1-, - .3 x F'-ii 1 7" i .A , :wh .W-, . ,- , V ei . - . . 1. , i 1 ii VW. ' .7 A, .- -..,,,1,, , , 1 1. '-.-. , - -li . 7,1 . ' i B B ll y Blundell Brown D l J h R lc Tilion Torvend W nes en e nson ic son Naiional honorary musical sororijry. Mu Eia chapiier organized in l92O OFFICERS Presicleni .....,.........,,.4...........,....,,...............,.....,.......... Irva Rickson Vice Presicleni ....,,...................,...Q.A....,.Q....,.......... Ann Blundell Recording Secreiary ..A........c..,......,...,.,.,..,,,. Eileen Daniels Corresponding4Secre+ary ................,,,,,... Rulh Johnson Treasurer .... - .....,...,..................,,.,............ l-l elen Jean Torvend l-lislrorian ......,......,........,, .,..........,.,,.......,.,........ M iriam Burien Chaplain ,,.....c,...,. ..,....,,,,,,., N ella Rogers Warden .,,.,.,..,,....c A.A......,..,..,....,.,.,c,.,,,,,,,, V irginia Brown Choisier ......,....,... ..............................,.,....,.......... R ulh Barnes MEMBERS Rulrh Barnes Norma Beniley Ann Blunclell Frances Bowerman Virginia Brown Miriam Burion Mary Shaw Cosiello Eileen Daniels Rurh Johnson Irva Riclcson Nella Rogers Virginia Sack Marcella Thorp Alice Tillon Helen Jean Torvenol Jeanne Weir il4Ol Alcers Barne'H P lc S Th SC mi Darby Eley . While TI-IETA ALPHA PHI Nalional dramalic honorary fraiernily. Local clwapler organized in I922. OFFICERS Presidenl ,............... ,.....,..,.,.,......,........,............,.. A rilwur Farey Secrelary .,...........,,,.,.... ..,.. -A... ....,. M o n a Belle I-lencli Vice Presideni ,.,,,..,,..... ...........,.,.. V elma McCall Treasurer ....v.....A....,.,,...........................,,............... Marion Akers MEMBERS Marion Akers Arr Farey Lalla Ross ' 'Evelyn Barnerr DeMarcus Brown Forresl Darley Roberl Eley Mona Belle l-lenclw Velma McCall Nelda Ormislon Bobbin Gay Peck Marina Pierce Andrew Slioolc Jean Smilh Kennellw Slowell l-luloerl While I ,f. ' 5 Q. 5 al 'fe 5 I , l . I -A ,Q ' ' l:'7i" 'i-- , , . ,J W, , ye gl yi 4 is . ' ,nv 1 . l i P l ' -' sin. , A , .' ' . 1 , i , , . Y . X . W j IW' ,J W ' N 1 X il . . X rji, , , . s 1-"-. ir W. ,, A .' I I' W k 'I Farley Griffifhs Hancock Miller Nichols Philer Pulich Russell Sandine PHI KAPPA DELTA Nalrional honorary lralernilry for deloaling and forensics Presidenl ....v.................,.,,......,.....,.....As.,.,..,...A...... Louis Sandine Vice Presidenl' ............. .s,.,,.,.., .,.,,...,..,. E r win Farley Secrelrary Treasurer .......,... Gregg Phifer Gladys Barlholomew ' Gregg Phiicer Frances Embrey Dr. Roy C. McCall Marlin Pulich Erwin Farley Jean Miller Bill Russell Carl Frisen Y Marie Nichols Louis Sandine Doris Hancock Dwayne Orlon Roberl' Wrighl PHI BHG PI Nalional Junior College honorary fralernily for debaling and forensics Presidenl ,...,.....,,..... ..............,,.,..,....,.....,..,....A,...,. M arlin Pulich Vice Presidenl ,........,...,..,..,..,......,...,.,...........i... Gregg Phifer Secrelary Treasurer ......,..... Chrislian Vanden Alqlcer Chrislian Vanden Alcker Gregg Philer Gladys Barlrholomew Trevor Griiciilhs Marlin Pulich Bill Biddiclc Dr. Roy C. McCall Roloerl Wrighl l I42 Ql R 43 Wm. Villarruz Honorio E Burigsay Marcello B Umepeg Fauslinc F Daq d Eusebio N. Bclllogdaian Mamerlo QA. Revives u FILIPINCD STUDENTS CLUB - Founded on Feb. l3,, I938 Purposes: To promofe Hue group as a wlwoleg +o gain recogni+ionq +0 solve our mulual problems: lo eslablislw good will and good relallons wi'rl'1 ollwer groups. . . - . Presndenl- ........l....,.,,,....... ...,.. 7 ...A... W rllnam Vnllarruz Vice-Presxdenl .........u,,....,,,.......,.,.....,. l-lonorio E. Burigsay Secrelary-Treasurer A..... ,..,,,,..... F ausfrino S. Daquiado Sargean+-a+-Arms ....,,...,.............. Mamerlo A. Revives Audilor .........,..........., , ........,.....l,AA.AA.A....,,...,. Gene lvlingming Members: Marcello Umepeg, Eusebio Balogdajan 7 I, ,Y i Dixon Becker Marsh Rippey Van Gelder Wood Abboil SCRGLL AND STYLUS An honorary lirerary guild, which srresses crearive wriring and rhoughl, basic arrs which are prevalenlr in all walks of life. OFFICERS Presiclenlr ....,...,...... .....,............,.......,.....,..., G laolys Hughes Secrelrary Treasurer ,,..., ....i...i.............,.......... D oris Marsh MEMBERS Roger Abbori' Florine Buoy Tom Rippey Bob Basrian Bob Davis Ingelborg von loben Sels Vernon Bean Bill Becker Bob Broacldus Aileen Buoy Berry Dixon Gladys Hughes Doris Marsh Elinore McCann Marrha Pierce Dororhy Van Gelcler Beverly Wrighi' Waller Wrighr Jeanne Woodrurf 51441 ARANJA r'r-'mmwemrfimqnbfw HAL KN IVETON Co4CapTain MICK PARSONS Co-CapTain e ai , - T' f W F 7'p?fi -'-' if y -. y T ,lil i Y iii--1 . y , B T , g r v we T' QQ A , Xf'577i' 'J I I., 'Tyr VT? , - -4 -,'. it , X , . ., i. ' . , -AF, , N X f "a'il,f-T . A. ' ' - , T'.'2i!f7i Q' 72 ll A 'i TLLQIY h ji' ' . 1- - 4' RALPH FRANCIS 'f', Coach VARSITY BASKETBALL Flooring one oT his loesT l3askeTbal quinTeTs in seasons, The besT Ralph Francis, PaciTic varsiTy coach, could qeT was a cleTic:iT on The l937-38 season play, winding up wiTh a sTanolinq oT 9 won and II losT. ' From The very sTarT oT The campaign, The Tiger laols looked as Though ,They woulol conquer anyThing in casaba duds. They haol everyThing,-heighT, al:JiliTy, and speed,-Tor The True virTues oT baslceTball. They ran rouqhshod over a horde oT alumni Top row-Hench, McWilliams, Adamina, Avery, Dahl, Hoffman, Francis BoTTom row-Parsons, KniveTon. Dunlap, Koehler, Rippon l A QMIIF10 I3 , "-Pl T f Li A V x A I , . . r' - T E5 'I' '- . Tv - I - in The annual season opener, 63-35, To bear ouT pre-campaign predicTions. They conTinued The pre-conTerence play by drubbing a sTurdy Auburn Town Team. Win number Three was acquired aT The expense oT a barnsTorming l-lasTings College Tive Trom Nebraska, 47-36. The i937-38 PaciTic VarsiTy sropped and loolced around aT This poinT, Tor They were becoming world beaTers. BuT They looked The wrong way Too long, iT seems, Tor a big, blaclc ThunderbolT came ouT oT The EasT and bowled over C.O. P.'s hereToTore crack CaT crew. The Traveling Broadway Clowns, a consisTenT negro basl4eTball aggregaTion, ap-plied a sweeT sober-up iob To The varsiTy when They slipped Them Their TirsT loss oT The year, 39-35. This apparenTly shoclced The Bengal hardwooders To such an exTenT ThaT They "knew noT whaT They did". Given a Tair chance To Tinish higher in The NorThern CaliTornia circuiT Than They had The previous season lPaciTic losT eighT successive games and wound up- in lasT place in l937l, The C. O. P. varsiTy prompTly duplicaTed Their lasT ill perTormance in This league. FighTing Their hearTs ouT in all The games, and minus Their sTar guard, l-lal KniveTon, in Two games, The Tigers dropped all eighT conTesTs in The "home and home" N.C.l.B.C. schedule. SanTa Clara, San Jose, ST. lvlary's, and U. S. F. each deTeaTed The clawless Tigers Twice. SanTa Clara opened The season in Tiger Town wiTh a 35-24 vicTory over The Ben- gals led by Miclc Parsons, corlcing CaT veTeran, who made eighT poinTs, and Paul Rippon, Tlashy San Francisco J. C. TransTer To The PaciTic varsiTy, who hooped seven digiTs. M. Parsons l-loTTman McWilliams W lliams and Rippon mix in mad Aggie melee PaT Dunlap smears an Ag. aTTempT l nf., -'V' ' ' inf" if lf? T523 . ig -, A , f . '-2. ' - 'T' ai' WJ.- , lflf-'-T '. " ' V i I! 4, - . X x ..... QA.. ,, . -, D gag I ii' B JC, , ii .......:E, z .EEEE 5 li Q, 1 f Y :5:s::-.,. . qv, ..,. Q--v '- fl i . F 1 3 'if 4: -ix..-:.2:2 1: ' - F , . ..... i i :E+ y yy . Q.. ' -been-f A H I . wwxif' - ' ,, HJ l ' . ra", i l Q t iq I ll A-5 'fi' . - T his It , KVI, T nr ' .M T ,5,,, 5 Lf- lj' ii Y 1' at T.: 2 - VF. I W75.Z.1,I-'.,,'- ," A ' 'Q ll' . .a . SAL.-. 2 ii i w 9' S ff 4 t . 9 W, Nr- ' 1 ,..... .....,.-....,... xx-' f iii 'N wQ1nrf ,f 'f' ! Q' 5 vu X ' , neTTed 8 Tield goals Tor a grand I6 poinT ToTal. l-le was backed up in The poinT-making by Rippon who scored IO digiTs. The second game was iusT a duplicaTe oT The TirsT. Rippon scored IO in This one Too. The double win puT PaciTic aT The head oT The Far WesT race. The Tollowing week, Ralph Francis Took his men To Nevada Tor whaT proved To be The viTal series oT The comcerence run. Playing a double header in Reno, The Ben- gals lasT Two To Nevada U. and slipped inTo a second place Tie wiTh The Cal. Aggies. The scores: 37-22, 44-34. The TirsT aTTair was a hard one To lose, ye C. O. P. varsiTy going To The wars sans being in shape. The second TilT was sTill harder To lose since The lead changed hands Tive diTTerenT Times. wiTh The Tigers sTanding high aT The halT. l-low- ever, The Wolves had Too much STUTT on The ball on Their own courT. Dunlap's I2 poinTs in The second Tracas represenTed PaciTic's besT showing aT Reno. lvleeTing Their second place buddies in The Third conTerence series meanT one oT Two Things To The Bengal-do or die. l-le did-do. The Francismen easily whipped The Aggie MusTangs in Two games: 46-39 aT Woodland, and 27-20 in Tiger Town. This Tlipped The Aggs ouT oT Far WesTern conTenTion and gave The Tigers a TighTing chance Tor The "win dough." Paul Rippon led The scoring in game number one wiTh a I9 ToTal. l-le came back in The second garne wiTh 8 To help ease The STriped CaTs inTo undisp-uTed second place. WiTh The lasT series oT The season and conTerence on Tap, PaciTic Tound ThaT The end Avery bals one in-O, Fresno! l-lo'Ffman in The air againsT Bulldogs. . ,l,:ii' 1 fi .1 1 fp' 95 r-" ,x.. ef. if th " -ui . i , ,sf-' -, T ii: TTT' 1' iii.,'...,i,T , 1, N K . , .Q f JV 5. . -- -g, l STP, ml x , - Fir Ripper L Wilson E DO 9 - . -. , 7.41 -,- YJ I4 ,Y ,, , ,Y 7 J rw. v-an ' :vi ' '1- T gg T r , l - T 4 Kill . T as 'f if -T l .l ir'-'1 .H ,iff W "1 Ts i iff 'Z - l' 1-' 'A . - j , 1' Y i ' 1 .,,,,.- N' - ., 1 Il.:f , ,, s I was iusT as imporTanT as The resT had been. Fresno had hopes Tor second and perhaps a TirsT. PaciTic lay wiTh The same ThoughT in mind. Opinion being spliT on The ulTimaTe ouTcome oT The seT-To, The Francis Tiger seT everyone righT by double-dosing a very Tough Fresno Tive. Scores: 50-47, 36-34. This compleTed The season and Tound C. O. P. lodging in The "2 hole,"ia sTep behind The new champ-ions, Nevada, wiTh six wins, Two losses Taking everyThing inTo consideraTion, The l937-38 PaciTic basl4eTbal campaign was a preTTy Tair one. The dismal showing in NorThern Cali- Tornia circles was quiTe expecTed.' The second place acquired by The Francismen in F. W. sTandings was a good deal. Mick Parsons was high poinTer Tor The season wiTh I83. lT was The brillianT Torward's lasT year oT college basl4eTball and he bowed ouT gra ciously. l-lal KniveTon, capTain-and sTar guard oT The Bengal guinTeT, als said "Tarewell" To his collegiaTe baskeTball days. l-le came Through wiT anoTher mighTy Tine season. The Tind oT The season was Ii++Ie Paul "Rip" Rippon oT San Francisco. l-lis greaT ball handling and super-shooTing saved many a Tiger siTuaTion, albeiT noT enough. l-le Tinished The scoring' season wiTh a I76 poinT ToTal. Men like McWilliams. Doyle, Adamina, Dahl, Dunlap, Koehler. and, oT course. 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JACKSON Track resumed ils righlrlul place among The major sporls al Jrhe College ol lhe Pacific Jrhis year. For lhe lirsl lime in half a decade hoslile spikes scarred lhe Baxler Sladium oval. Called from graduale work al Slanford came Coach Earl R. "SJronewall" Jackson Jro direcl The forrunes of +he Bengal cindermen. Behind him lay an excellenl record of lwenfy years coaching in Jrhe Midwesl. Alfer five years of Jrrack famine, Jrhe slarved Bengals were ready lo go, buf were woefully unprepared. l-lardly a man on Jackson's squad had had inlercollegiale com- pelilive exp-erience, and a large percenlage had eilher no experience or second-rare high school records. Back row: Jackson, B. Parsons, M. Parsons. Caiferall, Bovey, Gardner, DePuy, Parlier Middle row: Dunlap, Hoffman, Peck, Doyle, Tomasini, Nelson, Avery Fronf row: SCOH, Nrkinson, Hansbrow, Tulloch, McDonnell, Slarr l ll7Ol I K 4 -, W ..-. I is , i T . mf. A V i C vm.. J ii ,., or Nelson Tomasini T-loTFman A s n By Tar The hardesT worker associaTed wiTh Track acTiviTy was Coach Jackson himselT. Nearly singlehanded he builT The piTs, supervised The rebuilding oT The Track, and Then scraped and Tinished iT personally. Working consTanTly himself he drove his men as hard as The weaTher wouldallow. I Under his occasionally causTic exTerior, The Bengal Trackmen Tound Coach Jack- son sympaTheTic and anxious To TiT in GT his new charge. l-lis big urge was paTenTly To do anyThing which would build a beTTer Track Team To represenT The College oT The PaciTic. To build Tour piTs and Their runways, To reconsTrucT an almosT ruined Track, and To mold a Track Team in The Tace oT The obsTacles he Taced, were accomplishmenTs worThy OT The more Tamous "STonewall" oT a generaTion ago. ln Terms oT meeTs won and losT, The TirsT season musT be called a Tailure. ln Terms oT consTrucTive ToundaTions on which TuTure success can be builT, Coach Jackson's season deserves high praise. I-lasTening To answer Coach Jackson's call Tor Track aThleTes This spring came more Than sixTy prospecTive wearers oT The orange and black, green buT ambiTious To learn. Dogged by misTorTune aT every sTep and prevenTed Trom pracTicing by rain which Turned The BaxTer STadium oval inTo a bog, The Bengals Trained as besT They could on roads and bypaThs. lI7Il Then came The TirsT inTercollegiaTe Track meeT. Traveling To Chico To parTici- paTe in whaT The Wildcai' Termed "The TasTesT dual meeT in The school's hisTory," They Tound a 40 mile gale and The Chico varsiTy waiTing. Reams, Campbell. KosTiz and Co. were 93-38 Too much Tor The Bengals. Lewis Ford provided The brighT spoT in The oTherwise drab aTTernoon Tor The Grange and Black. l-le erased The school high iump record wiTh a leap oT 5' IO". His mark oT I l' 3" in The pole vaulT was unchallenged. The sole o+her TirsT going To The Bengals was Taken by VincenT Peck in The 220. This season's only oTher dual meeT Tound The Bengals again on The shorT end oT a big counT. The MusTangs Trom Davis came To BaxTer STadium and conquered The Tigers, 87-44. This Time PaciTic's chosen compiled Tive TirsT places. Cordner Nelson won The mile and Two mile, Ford again Took The high jump, lvlick Parsons won The pole vaulT, and The Tiger relay arTisTs came ouT vicTorious. T ATTer a meeT wiTh Fresno STaTe had been cancelled by The dicTaTes oT JupiTer Plu- vius, The big day came. TwenTy-wearers oT The Orange and Black made The Trip To Davis Field Tor The Far WesTern Conference lvieeT. TwenTy sTalwarT sons oT The original Bengal Tiger wenT norTh deTermined To win Tame Tor Their insTiTuTion and honor Tor Themselves. Fresno STaTe soon jumped inTo an ever-increasing lead. Chico STaTe Tollowed her up Tor a Time, and Then Tell behind. Nevada, hopelessly ouTclassed, held The basemenT. The real TighT was beTween The College oT The PaciTic and The Cal Aggies Tor Third place. The Aggies were on 'Familiar TerriTory and had already licked The Bengals in Their dualencounTer, buT-. Tulloch C TTerall - Gardner McDonnell Hansbrow ll72l . M, wtf' F ' gf 6 . GFSOFIS VBI' OO SI' GTI' Dlp MP Ay Cp ST 3 The honor oT winning The TirsT poinT Tor The Bengals wenT To Lloyd I-IoTTman, wiTh a TourTh in The mile run. Cordner Nelson added number Two in The Two mile. Then George Tomasini blazed himselT inTo Third place in The 880, running The dis- Tance in 2:0 I .6. Two poinTs were added To The PaciTic ToTal. A roar Trom The crowd signaled Lewis Ford's TeaT oT clearing I3 TeeT in The pole vaulT Tor a new PaciTic record and The conTerence gold medal. Below Torm in The high iump, he had To be conTenT wiTh a Tie Tor second aT close To six TeeT. Seven and a haIT poinTs were added To The PaciTic ToTaI, and Ford crowned high poinT man oT The I938 season. VincenT Peck came Through To add anoTher poinT To The Bengal ToTal in a TasT 220. Mick Parsons lumped 22' I" To Take Third in The broad iump, while BonniTield added anoTher wiTh a TourTh in The discus. WiTh only The mile relay IeTT, The score was Fresno 72, Chico 42If9, Cal Aggies Ib. Pacific I5lf2, and Nevada 8. Fred Boyes, Ernie ATkinson, George Tomasini, and VincenT Peck ran The relay in 3:28 To,beaT The Aggies and land The Orange and Black ahead oT Their perennial rivals. Sparked by Ford's dazzling perTormance, The Bengals had clawed Their way Trom The dungeon To Third place in. The Far WesTern Conference. School records in The pole vaulT and Thigh iump had been broken, boTh by The sophomore sTar, Ford. Tom- asini had come Trom The unknown To an evenT enTirely new To him, and had run nearly a 2 minuTe halT. I-Ie was undoubTedly, as Coach Jackson DUT iT, "The mosTimproved man on The squad." AT The Fresno Relays he wasone of The Tew Bengals To compeTe againsT The class oT The WesT. I FRCDSH TRACK In Their TirsT season oT Track compeTiTion in years, The Bengal cubs compiled a baTTing average oT .333. Three meeTs were held: each Tound improved perTormances and lasT saw The Orange and Black vicTory banner raised Tor The lone Time This year in Track compeTiTion. MeeTing STockTon l-ligh School's powerTul Tarzans in Their TirsT TesT, The unTried Bengal Babes Tell beTore LeichT, Moore, and company, 74-30. PracTically a duplicaTe perTormance was regisTered aT Lodi, when They dropped Their second meeT, 77-36. Then The curTain Tell wiTh a 70-52 vicTory over Placer Junior College. High poinT honors Tor The season were evenly divided beTween Richard l-layashi and WalTer Laederich. l-layashi promises To become one oT The WesT CoasT's ouT- sTanding broad iumpers, having leap-ed over 22' in Two meeTs This season. l-le was one Bengal Taken To compeTe in The Fresno Relays. Leaderich won The high hurdles and The pole vaulT againsT Placer and STockTon, revealing himselT as a likely prospecT Tor nexT year's varsiTy. George Fowler was one oT The TinesT perTormers Tor The Bengal Babes, winning a TirsT place in a diTTerenT evenT irq each meeT, The 440 againsT STockTon, The T00 againsT Lodi, and The 220 againsT Pacer. BuTord Bush, Vic Meyers, and Glenn T-larTer were The Prosh crack disTance men This year. Bush has a record oT :53.5 in The quarTer and 2:05 in The halT. Meyers was one oT The ouTsTanding men ouT, buT illness kepT him Trom winning a TirsT p-lace. Har- Ter's work in The mile and The halT showed sTeady improvemenT. Back row: DePuy, Monnie, Lauppe. BryanT, Klass, HarTer, Gobel Middle row: STockard, Folendorf, Bush, Meyers, Fowler. AiTkens FronT row: Goodman, MedhursT. ThornTon, Hayashi, Bishop T T17-41 w v T E N NAS INW S1314 N1 M I BI G VARSITY TENNIS DespiTe losing all oT lasT season's leTTermen, The I938 Bengal Bombers, more gen- erally known as PaciTic's Tennis VarsiTy, won Tour ouT oT six maTches againsT Top-TlighT compeTiTion. Gone were such aces as BrighT, CorTez, Beck Parsons. Taking Their places were hiTherTo unTesTed guT-wielders l-lellman, Sapiro, McBride, and The new- comers delivered sTirringly in The major wars. VicTories were regisTered in maTches wiTh Two oT The ToughesT Jaysee neT squads in The sTaTe, SacramenTo J. C. and San lVlaTeo J. C. Scores were C. O. P. 4, Sac- ramenTo J. C. 2, C. O. P. 6, San lv1aTeo J. C. l Remaining Two Triumphs were gain- ed aT The expense oT The CaliTornia Aggies in a home-and-home series, 6-I, 5-I. Only seTbacks suTTered by The remodeled KieldseniTes came when The Tigers ran inTo The Tough Tommy Wilson-coached San Francisco Jaysees, 6-I, and when San lv1aTeo upseT The dope, 4-2. A sevenTh dual maTch, wiTh Far WesTern ConTerence champs, Fresno STaTe, was called oTT aT The elevenTh hour when The downsTaTe school was unable To send a squad To STockTon. Final TabulaTion revealed ThaT The Tiger Tenniseers garnered a ToTal oT 24 indi- vidual maTches To Their opponenTs' IS, prooT enough ThaT PaciTic, Though rep-resenT- ed by a comparaTively inexperienced squad, more Than held iTs own on The courT. ln The Far WesTern league championships aT Davis, The Bengal rackeTeers were noT aT Top Torm, did liTTle To prevenT anoTher Fresno STaTe vicTory sweep. In singles play, Jack McBride, Seeyopee's lone enTranT, Tell in The opening round beTore PeTer- son oT Nevada, 6-I, 6-4. The doubles combine oT Francis l-lellman and I-lerman Sa- piroi breezed Through The TirsT round, handing The Aggie Twin sTrokers, Lomkin and WaTerman, a neaT sTraighT-seT pasTing, 6-2, 6-3. ln The Tinals, however, The PaciTic Team Tell beTore The neT wizardry oT Fresno's ace duo, Dunkin and Bloyd. Scores, iden- Tical, were swiTT, decisive: 6-I , 6-I, 6-I. l-l II n Fuller Dahl Pugmire WenTz Sapiro Moen MaTTh ---41 J TI76T i ' ' "ggi :ggi , ii., Full r Pugmire Sapiro WenTz McBride Dahl VARSITY TENNIS BesT individual record oT The season was Turned in by shorT, smooTh Francis l-lell- man, who won Two-Thirds oT all his singles maTches, as well as Teaming up wiTh Sapiro To Torm PaciTic's mosT Tormidable doubles Team. ThelaTTer. Treshman ace oT Two years ago, also showed greaT improvement was a consisTenT winner. PoTenTially powerful neTman was Jaclc McBride, whose record was noT so impresive as The Trail-blazing pace oT l-lellman and Sapiro, buT who showed enough To be delegaTed C. O. P.'s besT singles beT in The conTerence Tourney. Russell Pugmire, aTTer a slow 'sTarT, came like a Red- wood blaze in The closing sTages oT The season, displayed deTiniTe promise oT becom- ing a TuTure neT sTar. These Tour, l-lellman, ,Sapiro, McBride and Pugmire, received The orange Block P on a whiTe sweaTer, The TradiTionalvarsiTy Tennis award. OTher members oT The i938 VarsiTy volley'n'Thunder sguad were Earle Dahl, Gene Fuller, Bob WenTz, Dave lvlaTThews, Gabriel l-lausladen, Barney lvioen. From This group should come winning maTerial Tor nexT year's baseline encounTers. Coach Chris Kieldsen did a good iob in developing bell-ringers Trom This spring's green, willing bunch and should experience less Trouble in building a conquering crew in l939. I' l77I FRosH TENNIS Showing Tine promise, The Frosh neTTers won Tour, losT only one oT Their meeTs wiTh Top-noTch high school Teams. ' The wins were accomplished againsT Oakdale l-li, 6-lg Sonora, 7-Og and The Lodi Flames, Twice, by The idenTical scores oT 4-2, 4-2. The only Tly in The oTherwise p-erTecT oinTmenT proved To be The Tarzans oT STocl4Ton l-ligh School, who handed The Babes a 5-O shellaclcing. ConsisTenT winners ThroughouT The season and poTenTial VarsiTy aces were Francis Banchio and Murray l-lunT, boTh oT whom breezed To vicTory in all buT Their STocl4Ton l-li maTches. These lads, TogeTher wiTh Marcello Umipeg and l-lerberT TouT, displayed abiliTy ThaT marlcs Them as good VarsiTy Timber. The doubles Team oT Banchio and TouT losT only one maTch during The season, while The combine oT l-lunT and Umipeg had a record almosT as good. Comp-leTe Frosh rosTer included Francis Banchio, l-lerberT TouT, Marcello Umipeg, Murray l-lunT, Rodney l-luclcaby and Roy Tashima. Coach, oT course, was The omni- presenT Kieldsen. Numerals were awarded To Banchio, Umipeg and l-lunT. Umipeg. Hunt l-luclcabv, Tashima ei mgnmpnr: , T'- WhiTe, Wilson, CoIIeH, Cencirulo, Gidley. Guggolz, Lyman, Shedler, Kries VARSITY SWIMMING The TirsT VarsiTy swimming Team To Talce The waTer since PaciTic dedicaTed iTs new pool Turned in a good season record oT Tive wins in six sTarTs, deTiniTely made Bengal sporTs Tollowers acguaTic-minded. - Led by Jimmy Kries and Verne Kinser, a pair oT ModesTo J. C. TransTers, and augmenTed by several oT lasT year's ice-breaking Frosh splash crew, The l938 Tiger churners losT only one meeT, The opener againsl sTrong San Jose, 48-26, Then proceed- ed To win Tive sTraighT as Tollows: SanTa Clara, 35-22: Menlo J. C., 48-27, Menlo J. C., a second Time, 42-33, 5anTa Clara's Tinny Broncos again, 38-I9q and Tinally Fresno, To The Tune oT 39 To 35. Jimmy Kries, sTar Tree-s+yIer, averaged beTTer Than Ten poinTs per meeT, was un- deTeaTed in The IOO-yard sprinT evenT all season. l-lis besT Time, Tor The cenTury, made in The SanTa Clara meeT and esTablishing a new PaciTic pool record, was 56.6. The Lodi Tlash was also a dependable perTormer in The 220-yard Tree-sTyle evenT and anchor man on The relay Team. Among The oTher consisTenT poinT-garners, Verne Kinser, who seT a new pool rec- ord oT :26.8 in The 50-yard Tree-sTyle, sTood ouT. Kinser won every sTarT buT one-in The shorT sprinT. lI79l OTher reliables on The hisTory-making Tanlc squad were ElTon Cencirulo, breasTs sTrolcerg Jaclc Guggolz, Jesse Gidley, Gordy WhiTe, Tree-sTylisTsg Phil STarr and Lew Morrill, divers. The TirsT-named wasa consisTenT "buTTerTly" man, was "in The money" in every meeT. - Rounding ouT The Kieldsen splash brigade were Dick ColleTT, back-sTrol4erg Bob Ly- man, baclc sTrol4e and Tree-sTyle perTormerp and Bill Schedler and Park Wilson. Tree- sTyle. L LeTTers were won by Kries, Kinser, Cencirulo, ColleTT, Guggolz, WhiTe, Gidley. The showing OT The l938 VarsiTy augurs greaT Things Tor The TuTure oT PaciTic swimming. Only one weakness, in The baclc-sTrolce, was palpably ouTsTanding. Wi+h The advenT oT Fred Van Dyke, This siTuaTion should be remedied nexT season, when 2 C. O. P. will, Trom all indicaTions, splash on To bigger and be++er accomplishmenTs. Y i Looney Kries Colleff 'WTB ,V . :sw N . f' lever.. . V 1 .s Q. 7 I' I -f.,, ,li "E'g?il--.s,i.. ,l , 'C' . - - . l 1 11-ef 1Y' ,., .gl is-" 'T H-'v,,::1l: ' 'T' V , r , , . f rf me 3 has 1 T T H :-T - ..:f"f--,, r ., - j,.LlAj,A- s' H Q., W-gn VW4, fum, v V - . ,-, f:c.h.::. U,-s.. 1, , ia- ll8Ol T l Jacobsen, Joenes, l-lunT, MorTon, Looney Fnosu SWIMMING The sTory oT Frosh swimming Tor I938 is The sTory oT one Fred Van Dyce. This I30-lb. beauTy was noT The whole Frosh Team, buT almosT. BrieTly, This is whaT Van Dyke did during The season: In every one oT The nine Frosh meeTs, he won boTh The l00-yard back-sTroke and The 220-yard Tree-sTyle, generally Tinishinig abouT a Tank-lengTh or Two ahead oT his nearesT opponenT. l-le seT pool records in Three evenTs, namely, l:06.5 in The IOO- yard back-sTrokeg I:43.3 in The I50-yard back-sTroke and 2122.4 in The 220 Tree-sTyle. ln addiTion To These "regular" perTormances, The STockTon wizard oT The waTers appeared in record-shaTTering exhibiTions up and down The CoasT, esTablishing him- selT as an ouTsTanding WesT CoasT prospecT Tor The I940 Olympic swimming Team. l-lis periformances were unparalleled in The WesT This year. DespiTe The classy churning oT Van Dyke and Team-maTes Wayne Bird and Les Jacobsen, The Frosh were able To win only Three oT Their nine meeTs. STockTon l-li was deTeaTed, 29-283 Lodi, l-li Tell by The same slim margin, and Oakdale was drubbed 43-l4. DeTeaTs came because oT lack oTipoinT-geTTers To sup-porT The sTars. STockTon l-li sunk The Freshman naTaTors Twice, 35-22 and 39-l8, while Lodi did iT Thrice, 34-23, 3 I-26, and 30-27. The oTher seTback,camie Trom Berkeley, 42-23. Aside Trom pace-seTTer Van Dyke's eTTorTs, sTandouT perTormances were Bird's mark oT :26.3 in The 50-yard Tree-sTyle and breasT-sTroker Llacobsen's Time oT l':l7.7 in The I00-yard version oT his specialTy. These Two imen were consisTenT winners in al- mosT every meeT. V T , OTher members oT The squad were Jack FiTTing. Tom Lee, Dan Looney, Murray l-TTTT, Joenes. and Charles MorTon. Numerals wenT To Van Dyke, Bird, Jacobsen, and Looney. iI8rI QI ' Intro Mural Sports ConTinuing To dominaTe The PaciTic inTerclass sporTs scene, The men oT '38 march- ed To anoTher subsTanTial vicTory in Their Tinal year. The Seniors led The Tield by a wide margin, by virTue oT Their Triumphs in pingpong, volleyball, Traclc, baseball and oTher sporTs, including horseshoes, boxing and archery. , Runners-up in The inTramural grab-TesT were The Sophomores, who copped in Ten- nis, golT and boxing. The Class oT '40 was The only class To seriously challenge The su- premacy oT The Seniors, coming wiTh a rush on Class Day To give The TourTh-year men a lasT-minuTe scare. The Juniors showed up Third, wiTh a baskeTball championship, archery, swimming and boxing honors giving Them mosT oT Their poinTs. Down in The ruclc were The Freshmen, who did well in golT, swimming and baseball. l-lighlighT oT The inTramural schedule was The inTerclass Track meeT, where compeTi- Tion reached high ebb and several new school marks were seT. OTher hoTly-conTesTed sporTs were baskeTball and baseball, The laTTer seeing Jerry KeiThley's Senior sluggers breezing in behind The sTerling leTTy's TasT-ball chuclcing. Annual Class Day, May 20, broughT The inTramural program To a bang-up close wiTh boxing TeaTuring The day's acTiviTy, swimming and All-College Tennis also vying Tor specTaTors' aTTenTion. Under The guidance oT Chris Kieldsen, and The assisTance oT Coach Jackson, The l937-38 inTerclass program saw The greaTesT acTive TurnouT in The hisTory oT C. O. P. ' Junior BaslceTball Champs: .lvlcDonnell, Finney, Nelson, l-loTFman, M TTI P PP BhT Senior Volleyball Champs g ong anc io, ennis WhiTe Wilson Parsons BarTleTT Challis KniveTon USZWZCDE UD'-HDUQPUCQ H I y Meyers Bower Sf H OLISQI' WOMENS ATHLETIC ASSN. Jane Sluarl ..........., Belly Rae Slone ,,.....,.. Lovella Hawley .,. ,,,,,,,.. Roberla Demmon ............ .,..........,..................,...,.Presiclenl ...........,,.......,.,.....aEpsilon Represenlalive Women's Dorm. Represenlralive Alpha The+a Tau Represenlrarive Doris Marsh .,....A.......,...AA, ,,...,,,,,......... M u Zelra Rho Represenlafive Helen Hall ..A.....,..... ,,.,..,.... T au Kappa Kappa Represenlalive Barbara Bower .,,..... ...,,,..,.....,,......AAAl................,.,,.,...,.......,..,,.....,..,,.,. S ecrelary lI84l 1 l S 1 1 l 1 l ChrisTian STuarT Nichols Richardson Chapman Hepb WCDMENS SPCDRTS The Woman's AThleTic AssociaTion compleTeoI a successTul year wiTh individual sporTs dominaTing mosT oT The year's evenTs. This year, in conTrasT To The inacTiviTy oT pasT years. TournamenTs were helol in Tennis, ping-pong, loadrninTon, deck-Tennis, golT and swimming. This year we were TorTunaTe in having BeTTy Rae STone's column oT women's sporTs in The PaciTic Weekly. Due To her arTicle, more girls knew abouT The W. A. A. evenTs Than in previous years. During The TirsT semesTer, The W. A. A. oT MoclesTo Junior College inviTe-cl PaciTic's women To a play clay oT varied sporTs wiTh The compeTiTion very keen. ll85fI WCDMENS SPGRTS On April The 23rd, The W. A. A. oT PaciTic sponsored a play-day Tor The lVlodesTo Junior College girls. The chieT evenTs carried on during The aTTernoon were individual sp-orTs. On April 3OTh oT This semesTer The women oT PaciTic Traveled To lvlodesTo To parTicipaTe in The annual Triangular play-day held on The lvlodesTo Junior College grounds. Women Trom SacramenTo Junior College, College oT PaciTic, and ModesTo Junior College parTicipaTed in many evenTs ThroughouT The day. On annual Class Day, May 20. sponsored by The inTramural aThleTic board, The girls Took p-arT in The swimming meeT and a baseball game loeTween The SToclcTon Jun- ior College and College oT The PaciTic. lI86l ry- li W i i In E I N i 9 , ! Q, Q I lf I 1 I A ' 3 K I p li I 42219. f- 'imi- M-"' 4' -" ,' V:-.sjljgwgg 1 ,Q-3 ffrom-their last semester examinations and special ' shgll take the plsc drc Ucmmenccment V reports from each inst ior in his classes is doing this report the Registrar ed as not passing that he rnakca, passing grade in such r having conditons still bv the Registrar at this the e them.. Ab the to the Registrar rs. If at the date in U not bg in as A- vw. +. ,. , .,,.,A , ... ' .'L. g. ml ' - vw., H . 35412211-M .. "H55':wif,1 v P V . - I ?I"VfsQ11: . ! 2:1 -. .1 V1 AW, lib' L . N W- POLITICAL SCIENCE STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA I fi I I I I I i . I NATURALSCIENCE I REWF,CALWORNIA HISTORY OENIX, ARIZO M u sic: MADERACALIFORNIA I' E N G LIS H MODESTO, CALIFORNIA M U S I C NEVADA CITY,CALIFORNIA MI: I-'- hm, H Y .Aw - , L , f , HISTORY PA. CALIFORN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LODI, CALIFORNIA MUSIC ARKS, NEVA A RT STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA E N G I N E E R I N G SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA H I S T O R Y STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA I ms '--' --f --"" --5-f if ,--'--- v-1 II. II, VI If I I HISTORY I 'I RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA II WI ,L III II -- I ' . -1 I I - Y - J I . "I T - ,. '.-u w-' ' ' I 5 - ' I . 'gh . T' 14,131 I . Aiif' 'T 1'-.fl BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA ENGLISH I STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA ,,,l S O C I O L O C5 Y STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA in-r 3 vw fv Egfsdiff-3 ffl' -L , ,g W' - if I . I I if -' MUSIC L o D I, c A L 1 F o R N I A 1721" l"' I-L t- - I .II .. ,I I -II I "' -" ' I.v. 11- , ' . I , . :I . in - " , ' ,-I . . .I S P E E C H SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 'E NG L I S H RED BLUFF, CALIFORNIA .S O C I O L O G Y STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA S PEEC H ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA I C H E M I S T R Y STOCKTON. CALIFORNIA Eco NOMICS sToc:KToN, CALIFORNIA ' i . ir , I I , V - . - . E N G LIS H STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA E D U C A T I O N STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA EDUCATION LODI, CALIFORNIA JI Music MERCED, CALIFORNIA ENGLISH 5. STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA z H5 Q., s ENGLISH OAKLAND,CALIFORNIA ' A RT ROSEVILLE, CALIFORNIA E C O N O M I C S STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA STOCKTON, HISTORY CALIFORNIA M U S I C LOYALTON, CALIFORNIA ENG NAPA, CA BIOLOGY AND ENGLISH OROVILLE, CALIFORNIA POLITICAL SCIENCE I Ig sf E AND HISTORY I COSTA MESA, CALIFORNIA I I I I I Y LISH, I LIFOR-NIA I SOCIAL SCIENCE STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA I SOCIOLOGY I oAI4LAND,cALII1oRNIA 'II I ,- ,V I ,. I ' I 'II " -rTIw- ' II: IF, I, ,du I ,II I. LI H 5 u,,.,,.Y1I',H-J: Im-: ,,- A: fdqb I E N cs- I N I5 E RIN G SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA CHEMISTRY If STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA I IQ I I ENGLISH I STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA - A . E . .UU ,f H db A , PCLITICAL SCIENCE 4 STCCKTCN, CALIFORNIA x l ENGLISH LAK'EP'ORT,CALIFORNIA ENGINEERING 1 STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA HISTORY LovELoc:K. NEVADA ",S if: I ?- 5 .3 rg . ' I STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING I STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA - 4 ea- ?"""! ECONOMICS PA, CALIFORN ,,u I A I BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PARLIER, CALIFORNIA PHYSICAL EDUCATION OAKDALE,CALIFORNIA H I S TO R Y OAKDALE,CALIFORNIA t I , xQ,1,a .gk . F A .f I ' II I I x . S .,.., ,nv- ..,, JLIT, -Xl POLITICAL SCIENCE I .3 .lv STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA A I G L M E N IS I-I , STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA ENGLISH STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA M U S I C STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA I I I I I-I I s T o R Y I Los ANGELES, CALIFORNIA PH ENGLI STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA POLITICAL SCIENCE AND HISTORY STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA ENGLISH OENIX, ARIZO I, V if Be . U L :fig EV? IG.-. .A I an-52 if if f I 4 'I I I S O CIO L O G Y 3 STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA I I - MUSIC I STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA E c o N o MIC s STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA DRAMATIC ARTS PASADENA, CALIFORNIA SOCIOLOGY STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA A IA l PHYSICAL EDUCATION I ' ,Iii :I A iw ' I - 1 5 2' "'!'I. FRENCHCAMP,CALIFORNIA ,x -' 'L-i-A 1 f IWW- II A R T COARSGOLD, CALIFORNIA aw., ,:.5 Is-E Ifgj- T " ,I -,,-. . hw In-H-4' I-'F ' MUSIC H, .,.,,, .. . Igmgw I. 1 3 :L- 5-"7 D. ' . 5 if. , I If-f 4 . JF, II XQII IEEEI-rag Q CARMEL, CALIFORNIA rj, ' 1-A MUSIC MODESTO,CALIFORNIA - E F ANCIENT LANGUAGE STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA H A: 1 , I I -: - I I ART , E LODI, CALIFORNIA fi M U SIC FAIRFIELD, CALIFORNIA 1 X EN GINEERING MARTINEZCALIFORNIA E NG LIS H ' BURBANK, CALIFORNIA P5 H I S T O R Y MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA ENGLISH STOCKTON, E N G I N E E R I N G PASADENA, CALIFORNIA E N G LIS H LOS BANOS, CALIFORNIA V--fm -- - II? CALIFORNIA I If A Aw 'A ' Vs , . I I ' LPQM "'!""' 'E ' - 2 gf 'lx I.: , WSJ1- -' '., 4--f. 535 IIIIIIIIKIIII . if I? . 4 il f Q I I I I O Tl-TE progressive and enTerprising business and pro- Tessional men who have shown Their TaiTh in The college ancl The sTuclenT loooly, we, The sTaTT oT The T938 hlaraniaclo, express our sincere Thanks and appreciaTion. Through Their consioleraTion and cooperaTion we have been enabled To publish The Tine annual we Teel This To be. By conTribuTing To The aclverTising in This book, They have earnecl The graTiTuole oT The enTire sTudenT booly oT The College oT The PaciTic and STockTon Junior College. We have enioyeol working on The Naraniaclo sTaTF, and To Those who have macle iT possible, we again say Tl-TANK YOU. AclverTising STaTT T938 Naraniado sremlmrcuw sfwlwass ANID ILQDAN IEANIIQ Found d I867 COMMERCIAL SAVINGS TRUST CAPITAL S I ,000,000.00 STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA E. L. WILHOIT CARROL G GRUNSKY Presideni' V P cl 'L cl T 1' OFF R L EBERHARDT J F M CLORY E + V' P d 1' C h 12:81 R QUALITY PRODUCTS JB' Nil! Prod Gun' 7 L. i DMI om noun 43 f Manufac+urecI by 5 W xT j MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA PLANTS LOCATED AT 540 Souih Pilgrim Sfreef 5I0 Nm'Ih S'IreeI' STOCKTON MODESTO Johnnles WaffIe Shops OPEN DAY and NIGHT STOCKTON SACRAMENTO Su+I'er and Marker 8 SI'reeI' befween K and L MERCED Corner Highway 99 and I40 Opposife Merced Ho+eI LODI Highway 99 MODESTO Highway 99 Wl+I1m CrI'y Llm1I's III PHOTOS FOR THIS ANNUAL MADE BY I3I Nor+h Su'H'er Sfreei' THE CLHRKSON STUDIO Commercial and Por'Irai'I Phoiographer Phone 6634 SI'ocIcIon, California W. I I ..Vi-!q2r::'::V,':.-:::vQg.':3g,Tff17Vrzrrrirfnl ir vm ' I Irt-' nj" 1-5-I i uccru , E Azwigzeie.-1 1 , K l, I .r-.1 our . 'Sli' Ta' II.-i"1-'Iii' . ii Y X J , ar Q, .-aan 2" ' M. N -M P 'fi pe 1, I-m"'S""-. fy Jfilbjgg Le. I A-I aaa L A wr-U Swwi ?:Q5jI4I1f.-I: ,ii . - .-1 " I 9 0 9 . . . . . . IZI9 'A One Thang Freshmen and Seniors Agree On N"-w. 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Thai' is why bolh - T A : En g :E - children and adulrs need plen+y 'f fi - - - - il of 'Wlk 'n lhe da'lY Cl 'el- Backed by the resources of u billion dollar bunk Isruvd b Bank of America National Trust Pl"lOn6 l l WeS'l"'S Lane a sy' As ' ' CALIFORNIA M:lLl:KllERnFYl:ElLgliL DEl?lfgj:tl'3gl:RANCE CDRPONATIDN Mn. Englan ranch i iolas Lmc, London, E C 2 '3 U'iE,fXIH,E5!T1U 5 UQ W1 5 u Q J May Your Future X Bring You A Success and Happiness if-e tr ,ff u 1G1fP'4 ul deck Navy? F N LH K K klj,2,?h j - . R 1 . Mimgqxu WZ: 7 ull' SW ' 2 G Sears, Hnuhuck and lin. Stockton, California The First National Banlc OF STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA Conducts a General Commercial and Savings Bank, Trust and Safe Deposit Business 7. - MEMBER - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation COAL - Wm' FE FERRELL RCC Blocks I I I HEY Incorporated ' Straw ,- Alfalfa WE GRIND AND CLEAN GRAIN AND MIX FEEDS Chicken Feed AND MAKE MASHES IN OUR OWN MILL Bulldlng Malerlal Phone IO02 for Your Order Fertilizers Sprays 730 S. California Street Stockton, California HANSEL 8g ORTMAN CADILLAC - LA SALLE - OLDSMOBILE I G. M. C. TRUCKS Hunter at Park . Phone 4850 I223I I EL DORADO MEAT MARKET No. 1 TO TI-IE WISE BUYER WE INVITE COMPARISON OF QUALITY AND PRICE WITI-I ANY WI-IOLESALER IN STOCKTON 0 NIELSEN BROTHERS 3I N EL DORADO STREET PHONE I553 I224I tfwifey:-'J-FE' ' ' Q , v 4 5, x f 5 'rw ,533 , . 4 Yfgjifiimi 'Sf Wi?" iv . he College Rook Store "On lhe Campus for you". The Official Book S'rore of +he College of 'rhe Pacific anol S'rocld'on Junior College New and Usecl Texflooolcs. Supplies of all kinds. YRNYNN -aiem Y-'fa mm ig R Eliza lea Izffff ,M ii iiizf m z : : , f i esesaseiafssf ef: Sli fsfffffssffffsessflfew Q ' ll in :sn nv , DA - 6,96 iedg V3 iii" - ' xx N ,- . 5 0 i 1 ' ' AS ILOR VITAMIN " l BREAD N Gravem-lnglis Phone 3077 AT YOUR GROCER Fourleen Perfeci' Bowling Alleys-Lafesl' and Improved Equipmenl'-Coffee Shop--Founiain-Bar "For Heal+h's Sake-Bowl" Stoclcton Recreation BERNIE E. CASSIDY, Manager l39 E. Channel S+ree+ Phone' l478 STOCKTON, CALIF. 4-1,5 fff. ,sf-gs 4 PACIFIC AVENUE if T H R O N E ' S 5c - 10c ' 15C noslrs 'ruxmno PHARMACY S T O R E Ph I89I 2002 Pachfic Avenue one COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES I SIrocId'on, California . oIIege headquarters Ior Iountain and N LI ,TT.,.. , , sIoeciaI IuncI1es. DeIicious Irozen cIesserts fa " I . . f made to order. Ice cream, InoIuvnoIuaI moIcIs. !4NP I 11a Q I Ples VINN . I I ' "T'III.. I: IIII I " 1928 Pacific Avenue CCIHIXMQXACZTIEIIR canlmlllssv T I I 1285 eep one . . FUR THE GRADUATE , ' Pacific Avenue Coffee SI1op B E N B U N D GA RAG E Home Cooked IVIQGIS ' GENERAL REPAIRING Buy A Meal Ticke+ and Save Money IGNITIAON AND MQTOR TUNE Up Meal TICICGI' 'FOI' - 2043 Pacifie Ave. Stockton 2024 Pacific Ave. Phone 1645 SHOPPING DISTRIC 8 IC E C R E A M C A K E A P 9 ' 4 P A s T R Y E 3 FROZEN FRUITS a n d 6 I1 0RSI'S, d Tl- VEGETABLES DELICATESSEN. FOR HER MAJESTY THE HOUSEWIFE I9I0 PACIFIC AVE. A -' PHONE 6II THEMOST MODERN FOODSTORE IN CALIFORNIA 'r C1 -I T ' After the dance IS over . . . 'ad' If Go Where students all meet for FRIENDSHIP and REFRESHMENIS fix xg 2305 Paciic Avenue S-I'0gk'I'Qn Com limenlrs of Complimems of p ' STOCKTGN ATYPEWRITER COMPANY Charles Daniel Holliger. M- Su M- D- The place where S4 per mo'n+h buys any make fypewrifer Radiologisi and Pafhologisi' ' NO CARRYING CHARGE phone I '73 S+ock+on Calif. L. P. Monaghan, Owner-Squeaky Eakes, Campus Ageni' 436 E. Markef Phone 37 WALLACE ROHRBACHER C In f DENTIST omp1men+s o IRVING S. ZEIMER, M. D. IOO5 Medico-Denfal Building Q 1 . . ......,., , .,.. LEc1'?L":AL qw' Q 53,153 L 423 E. Mem St. fp TSSXSS X Lee SAUIXIDERS SLI PPER SHQP - 7-ia -wr 'ff' ,, -F ' 1 . 1 . , X, , - , ug.,-Q , V Y 3 , -"1-,A 3' - , 1 ' 1 A M, I 1 1 N l."l- U I- 1 . -' A 'F RFU 352.11 ' 'X H f 2-: 'W-, fjqglzis' X l :fz?Elr '. ' .2ffl ,. . .. .-., ru- 1 .'L:,.',- 1 A"-2-.gfljgi f , - 'Hr-:551'i'fil f 1 - -psf'-,Q '.,j:,',?.'m, N . .2-A339 .cgi " :2ASLlffi'i , Complimenls of ROBERT H. KEELER FOR THOSE INTERESTED in +he FINEST in JEWELERY. Op+omeh.iS+ Before Purchasing Visil' Successor To Powell 84 Keller M 8: 3l S. San Joaquin S+. S+oclc+on, Calif. 339 E Main S+ -'FW-ELFR51 - - S+ock+on Wg QSM 4 ad! lf? .A Success to the Class ol '38 We wish +o express 'our apprecia+ion for your pai'- ronage during fhe pas+ year. We shall a+ all limes, in +he fu+ure as in fhe pasf, endeavor fo please. THE HOLDEN DRUG CO. Weber a+ Suffer, Slocldon Phone I ' B. C. WALLACE 81 SON MORTICIANS Phone Sfocldon 4667 O 520 Norfh SuH'er Sfreei' V' E' . I if x 1 'Xxx i ',1.'.,1w .1 fl 2-flfune' ' - .M 7? ., V f "- . "?:""'9q' -' A Q I'--'W-'T-it "1 fi 1' f 7. 'Pez-1 We T' ' K iE.A:Lli F4 - - I 1'--Zh,-vi M . N W 1' The Slore for Ihe Co-ed and Ihe Miss g KATTEIXI sf IVIAIQENCSG, Inc. COLLEGIATE CLOTHES EOR YOUNG LADIES V 535 E. MAIN STREET STOCKTCDN We Believe . WE BELIEVE +ha+ Good Will is worrh geHing, cuI+iva+ing, and perpelualing by fair dealing, good service and uniform excellence in our producls. WE BELIEVE in giving prompl aHen+ion 'lo 'rhe needs and requesls of our cuslomers, 'lhereby slrengfhening Ihe lies of friendly confidence which have exisled for so many years. WE BELIEVE in using Ihe mos'r efficienl machinery 'rhal can be obfained, in pulling I'he besl workmanship and malerial info our proclucls, and lhe mosl rigid inspec- lion of 'Ihe 'Finished produc'I'. I AND FINALLY: This concern believes ii can a+'rribuI'e il's conslanl grqwlh of 'Friends +o 'rhe policy so closely adhered 'ro since our beginning-IT'S THE RE-ORDERS THAT COUNT! Only salisfiecl cuslomers relurn. ' Rosensfeel Pifmfmg Company, 1110. 625 Easl lvlarlcel' Sfreel' V Sfocldon, California I24I I I BLUE RIBBON MOLLV SAYS B R ULU' 017715 UBI YMIIIS afier aIHhaIs wha+YouwanI If J DIETRICI-I 84 CO LANDS I-IOMES INSURANCE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT APPRAISEMENTS Easlr Weber venue oc Ion, x K J I 1' "I may nof go Io school 4 I Or be known for my knowledge I Bulr I can give much Ioelrfer miIIc Than any prof a+ College." ' v ,o A , : I'I ' Phone 577 A S+ Ic C If I242I We AFR IDTOUCI oI Jrhe COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC and Jrhe STOCKTON JUNIOR COLLEGE In has recenl VI II Io Slocldon Dr von Klein Smld Preslcleml of 'Ihe UDIVGFSIIY of Soulhern Calnfornua pralsecl your college very hlghly and I+ as our clesure Io ass1s+ you +haI you may conhnue Io malnlaln your hugh slandards We exlend +o 'rhe C-Bracluahng Class and all olher slruclenls our Congralulallons and Besl Wishes Stoclcton Dry Goods Co Slocldon Complele Deparlmem' Slore KEN? BOBB INN FOR REFRESHMENTS OR SANDWICHES Quuck and Effrcnenlr Curb Servnce Open hll l OO A M THE BOBB INN CI-IARLIE DAI-II. Proprlelor Phone 5024 l I47 N EI Dorado Slreel K l .X AQ 6' X QXQ5 1 W V 64 W ilu Q Q AS K fi Experrence lhe grealesl Ieacher of Ihem all has roven Ilme and Ilme again Ihal TRUE economy begins wr'rh uahly S 8: W Fine Foods have a worlcl wade repulahon of being Conslslenfly The Besll Remember youll never go wronq on S 84 WI SJW FINE FUUDSJM: l ' 4 I ..-.-:-:ri1E5i2: 'T 2', AS' Rf ....- --Z! I,.75:E::QE5iIIiEfEf::.. F."...::::::E5ggg3:... kv K , , D Ii .- , X, ..f, ,.,.,4.,: .,,,, . : -.A 1 , x , 5 we I Xi V V y, 1,6 V Y. I V1 , - p 1 .- I . I l I . 0 . ' ., , I I I I - . gn l243I Covers lor the 1938 Naranjado Supplied by A Silvius C8e Sclwoenbaclcler Boolcluinclersl and Manufacturing Stationers SCHOOL ANNUAL COVERS IN FABRIKOID CLOTH AND ART PAPER STAMPED AND EMBOSSED JS+ Safeway Stores B ST WIS!-IES AND SUCCESS TO Tl-IE CLASS OF 1938 J C PENNEY CO INC M dCH A I reef Sacramento, Calf E Ji ff l 54 A d to Tlwose Who W'ilI Return for the New College Y' A I l ll I A ' ' ' I SJFVSSTS - Sl kt v T24-41 Since, I874 - Hess De Luxe Have Specialized ln - CLEANING MEN'S. WOMEN'S AND :CHlLDREN'S WEARING APPAREL: Furs St0rea'--- Repczirea' Re!z'fzea'--- Reszyled VV HESS DE LUXE CLEANERS - FURRIERS ' 348 W. Harding Way Phone I I82 FINE APPAREL FOR MEN AND BOYS ,.-.':fiE3Z3EiE5Er51f'.5fE': ,':.,E5E5Z5Eii211:5E51- pv:-:v:-:-:-:-:-:-:- V' 1 -:-1-:-:-1-1-:-ke:-:aa 9' ff . 2 I , ' ff .mfg 1 i4'95"' J Er rEizr:f:1:-12.--wr: iEf:,: :5f513E3 E: 13251261 - - rg , fffe 1 1 -R .Pdf iw , - - f"4,-2:2f13.:55Er 32-'.- 1:t:5gf..,, . 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For Young Men who are looking forward To anorher year on 'rhe Campus or a new adven+ure wirh desks of 'rheir own on The firsf job. here's a line-up 'rha+s hard +o bear-Arrow Shirrs, Ties, Underwear-Ganh ner Swearers-Nunn-Bush, Edgerron Shoes-Knox Hafs -Timely, Hickey Freeman Cforhes BEV5 sf M9K L FOR' MEN FOR BOYS 3I3 Easi' Main Srreef wr-:ERE WELLDRESSED WOMEN QATHER 'fx , - L -"MII-em 'PQ Y 9 1 - '5 :L F' - , fr - The name you'll hear moslr frequenrly menfioned is +ha'r of ' Smith 84 Lang For 'rhe smarfesf women know Jrhar IFS here +hey'll find The mos'r disringuished frocks for every occasion-fhe mos+ Individual accessories-'rhe loveliesr Things for 'rheir charming homes. We invife YOUR pafronage l2451 NATHAN BARBOUR, M. D. Diseases of 'I'he Hearf S1'ocld'on Callfornla PERCY B. GALLEGOS, M. D. OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 908 Mecllco Denlal Bulldlng Sfocldon California F J ODONNELL M D 8I I Medlco Den+al Bunlclmg S'I'oclc'l'on California Offuce Phone l848 HUDSON SMYTHE M D Prachce Llmlfed +o Urology Sul'I'e I205 Medlco Denlal Bulldlng Sfockfon California Cornpllmenls of GEO H SANDERSON M D ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY Surle l205 Medlco Denfal Building BARTON POWELL Jr M D EYE EAR NOSE and THROAT Phone l930 Bank of America Bulldmg Compllmenls of EDMUND FROST M D Office Phone 7839 Res Phone 5770 Sulle 406 Medlco Denfal Bulldmg S+oclc+on Calrfornla Compllmenls ol DO C T O R L Y N C l'l Office Phone 82 Residence Phone 8667 C A BROADDUS M D EYE EAR NOSE and THROAT Sulie 950 M8dICO Denlal Building S+oclc+on DR C E STABLER DENTIST Phone 528 Sfocldon Bar+on J Powell M D Dewey R Powell M D EYE EAR NOSE and THROAT Hours 930a m +oI2noon 230p m +04-30p m Phone I67 Medlco Den'I'al Bldg Nurse In AHendance Phone 6300 ACME LABORATORIES XRay Laboralorles James Cox Residence Phone 48 J 3 Su1're 525 Bank of America Bulldmg Compllmenls of LANGLEY COLLIS M D Surle 605 Medlco Denlal Bulldmg S'l'ocld'on Cal f0rr1l6 FOLTZ AND RENDON AH'orneys and Counsellors a'l' Law S1'ocl4+on Savlngs and Loan Bank Bldg Comollmenls of NEILL P JOHNSON M D Physician and Surgeon Medlco Denial Bulldlng Compllmenls of NEUMILLER 81 DITZ ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS B lc fAmernca Build: g Slocldon California T , , , . . Omce Hgurs: Q, ,fo ,Z as ml-2 +0 5 P. m, sung 1003, Medico-Denlal Building . . I an o ' ' 'n . l246l - ELECT - WILBUR S. WIIIIIIISIIII SHERIFF CORONER San Joaquin Counfy Primary Eleclion Augusl 30, I938 Complimenls of R. M. Warren Co. wEioLEsAL'E GROCER Sioclclon, California HAL. A. BARNETT REALTOR To You WI1o Will Se'H'le In S1'ocIc'I'on: We Handle Properfy In I'I1e Besf Resicleniial Disfricls ofTI1is Ci+y O 36 N. San Joaquin Phone 445 Complimenls of STOCKTON OFFICE AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY 24 Nor'I'l1 Suiier SI'ree'r SAVINGS - TRUST COMMERCIAL BANKING I-lead Olliicez San Francisco Banking Since 1854 Member Federal Deposil Insurance Corporaiion Member Federal Reserve Sysiem I247I ! ns la e our me a ains A19 XLXllf! i1, lurrilmer heal hwiifh ag nevl :gi Icrzjjsxs Qizfrrsfzi H J KUECHLER gl SON .-l-'i4TJ -f, wi e Ii I and snu when . . anoiher v?inIer rolls ground. -4 - Gel our eslimale. 'JE Q 3 Re-Roof A N o w I SAN JOAQUIN Slocldon California LUMBER COMPANY ScoH's Ave. and Madisonisf. GOULD'S Binders Office and RESTAURANT and Q22 09 FGCIOFY CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '39 Indexes Forms When planning a dinner pariy. consider Iirsl, GOULDS . 9 Excellenl Food PHONE 98I 7I9 E. MARKET U Excelleni Service X Youlhfully X Sophislicaled I D . Fashions Complumenls ol ' . - ,F xl? V ii: O' U S. H. KRESS sf co. 'ag 1'-:S Hue college gurl I f " DONOEVAN'S SMART SHOP 420 E. MAIN ST. - - PHONE940 I In The X c. e. e A L L a. c o. MOUNWNS he ff' WHOLESALE GROCERS Of al IHC-2 e -5 .L., I SEA SHORE fi Canned Goods, Bacon I-lams, Lard, Flour, Feeds I-lolel, Reslauranf, Bakery and Camp Supplies YOU WILL ENJOY VACATION MORE WITI-I OUR EOUIPMENT "I+ Pays Io Play" BRANCl'l'S SPORT SHOP X . HLESHTREQQ I Good Tas're Furnishings al Moclesl Prices LEVINSON'S 321 E. Weber Avenue Sfocldon, Calif. I248l STANDARD AND PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES i 51.00 Per Week RENTALS 3 MONTHS S5.oo , ,N Llwul fi ' Applied on Purchase HA SEN-CARTER COMPANY Weber al California-STOclcTOn, Calif. For beHer business posifions- "HUMPHREYS" Sincel89b SOHOOL OF BUSINESS Sfocldon Humphrey's School is fully accrediied by ihe Nalional Associafion of Accredifed Commercial Schools,i-!f7f?VTff" , " an ,A -KM, L, CARL O. COOK Y W .' 5-i Dealer and CuHer of Precious " 5' L' and Semi-Precious I My A STONE ' lil ir .Jewelry and Welch R6Pairin9 -'- " -- . If Special Worlr Made fo Order '55-'i'.i3'iQ'f,T'fg1I, 'L' '- ' For appoinfmeni phone 4907-M "-'PlzLi.iiifiiilL', ' 5511. 41.-.un -A :spy--.,S,,-A ,-, Home 330I N. Hunfer S+. MAIL ADDRESS: Roule 2, Box 554, Sfocldon 3'-QE., ' " T. I' ill 'W - -SLR , Q . fc rh . l l Ka 'lv-fx. iw H F ' -1 1 Mr. '65, iw ' T p fi., 1" ,lt ' ..iz.4x.,'.- x D151 Tfif N A fw 4, Htl ff We ' - Rf' 1 - 214 In I - ff' Km llavtn, E' I tv T S ' T, L ,244 ,' , .Nl 1 15' 1 ' ' 'T' 'T W 'Y J fi H. T lf W QQ: HV 61, R ' nv T.. L. 1. . 1 , we , 1' ffJ'.1'z?ff'-7: G' ' c.-1 l"T,'a.'m '.. A A, .ww 1 - . .Q-, 5.-.Q,.:l.h5njL .gmt I ,V 1-'--1. .AN-,V,.. .A ,. STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSN. Loans - lnveslmenls Frank L. Williams, Pres. I- 'L 2 W Main Street at Hunter PLAY TOGS lOr summer Spotlights . . . For sryle conscious co- 'iu' ' " eds . . . for beach and 5 campus clips, yOu'll find " The smarlesf seleclion Ol new play Togs al The ,RK x,.ff"""""f Ti I W 4 . .S T1 41: Howard Hammond, Sec. ...N Sferling 233 E. Weber Ave. S'l'ocld'on OVER AI-LS SLACKS SHORTS PLAYSUITS PHONE 1941 ' 0 FIRST FLOOR O s h O r n P rl n t I n g C o . """'L" "Our Prices Are Always Righl"' ' ...... A l249l THE MILLS PRESS MODERN REPRODUCTION Phone I730 W 700 E. Marlcel' Slreel SI'ocIc'ron, California Meel' Your Friends Here Day or Nighi' KODAKS - SUPPLIES KODAKS LOANED FREE WE NEVER CLOSE DAY AND NIGHT DRUG STORE I-Iolel Sfocldon Bldg., Slocldon, Calif. PI-IONE 288 ki , N A T I O N A L Phone 4458 Four Free Deliveries Daily D o L L A R ' STORES YosEMirE MEAT MARKET I Exrraorclinary Values al' All Times We Spedahze in . Everyrhing 'for I'he EnI'ire Family B A B Y B F E I: Including Reacly-'Io-Wear and Millinery H T STEVENS 4l7 E, Main S1-reef . - STOCKTON 9I5 N. Yosemile Sfreieri Slocldon, California E. W. Suplick R. Goold Clomplimerws of EDDY ELECTRIC AND MECHANICAL M I L L E R - I'I A Y S C O M P A N Y COMPANY PLUMBERS MOST COMPLETE ELECTRICAL STORE IN THE VALLEY I Phone 85 309 E. Weber Ave. Gfanl and Weber Phone '6 W. P. FULLER 8e CO. PAINTS - VARNISHES LACQUERS - GLASS 2I8 S. Aurora SI. Phone 3798 Stoclcton Ice anal Fuel Co. 33 S. EI Dorado Phone 47 BURN HAM BROTHERS Personalized Service FurniI'ure, Floor Coverings, Drapes, Shades Sloves, Radios, Refrigeralors and Washing Machines 4I9 E. Weber Ave. Phone 40 CENTRAL DRUG CO. California S+. and Weber Ave. Phones 2082 and 3423 SI'ocIc'I'on, California l25OI Don'+ Slarl Your Vacalion Wilhoul a Candid Camera or a Movie Qullil We carry 'rhe Finesl in all Cameras and Equipmenr and will Gladly Demonslrale LOGAN CAMERA SHOP 20 Norih San Joaquin Phone l498 j w I Phone 8904 B O O K S S O L D R E N T E D JL W. Gardner 4 O 3 E . M Al N 5 'L STQCKTON. CALIF- f f I I Imran w swim I so Y H 5 5 Swimming lessons by x f compelenl msrruclors P' L A , Special Rales 'ro Parlies of IO or More f:'?Z OLYMPIC BATHS - a eoizoon coRsoN,4Msnagef ' 5IO N. Aurora Phone 324 9 ep One RUSE-BLAIR LUMBER CO. 302 Wesl Fremonf Slreel s:::m:f:2:::1 Sloclflon California if ........., . . .. . . Pfa5:I:fs:Qi1:s:s :asf-:Isa-If: 2111 Comphmenls of AUSTIN Bnos. RE-ELECT Wholesale Dealers ln V General Hardware, Iron and Sfeel M' S H E R l F F Siocldon California Primary Elecflion: Augusf 30, I938 I2 'T' The College ol the Psalm A campus ol conslanlly increasing beauly impresses lhe visilor lo lhe College ol lhe Pacilic. The lilleen red-brick buildings in lhe collegiale golhic slyle ol archilec- lure, lhe perlecl symelery ol lhe campus plan, and lhe nearly lilleen hundred lrees and shrubs all combine lo make a selling lhal is enioyed by only a lew colleges in lhis counlry. To add lo lhis selling is lhe lradilion ol nearly eighly seven years ol conlinuous educalional service, lhe longesl period lhal any incorporaled educalional inslilulion in Calilornia has had lhe opporlunily lo serve. Pacilic can lruly say lhal il has been a "lrail blazer" and is conslanlly endeavoring lo presenl opporlunilies lhal lead lo a beller lile lor all who enler ils gales. l252l elieving in The philosophy oT a liberal arTs educaTion, iT is The primary inTeresT oT The school To TosTer The arT oT living among iTs sTudenTs. The commiTTmenT oT The TaculTy in This Task seTs iT aparT as a special Type oT personalized Training which has as iTs ends The developmenT oT characTer and personaliTy. PaciTic is noT a universiTy: a universiTy, wiTh iTs various schools and research eguipmenT, is engaged in discover- ing The TacTs oT liTe while The duTy oT a college is To puT These TacTs inTo The liTe oT The sTudenT. SupporTing This liberal TradiTion are ,sTrong culTural oTTerings exempliTied in .music and dramaTics. The ConservaTory oT lvlusic celebraTes iTs sixTieTh anniversary This year and has long been recognized as a naTional leader in iTs Tield. IT has developed con- sisTenTly in The number oT courses, regisTraTion, Thoroughness, and sTanding. The Pa- ciTic l.iTTle Thearre has more recenTly slcyrocl4eTed To Tame as a resulT oT iTs produc- Tion schedule and high gualiTy oT perTormances. A phenomenal developmenT oT The DeparTmenT oT Business AdminisTraTion has occurred since iTs incepTion a Tew years ago. PaciTic has meT The growing demand on The parT oT sTudenTs Tor an opporTuniTy To prepare Tor a career in The Tield oT business and aT The same Time have The beneTiT oT The culTural background ThaT Tollows Trom liberal arTs college Training. The DeparTmenT oT EducaTion has been auThorized since T923 To granT Cali- Tornia Teachers credenTials. The TacT ThaT such a large percenTage oT PaciTic Teach- ers are placed in posiTions bears ouT The TacT ThaT educaTors recognize The value oT liberal arTs work in a small school where, in addiTion To speciTic proTessional Training, an emphasis is placed on characTer and culTural Training. In an eTTorT To meeT rapidly changing educaTional condiTions, PaciTic has elimi- naTed iTs Treshman and sophomore worlc and is now an upper division and graduaTe school. STudenTs are accepTed Trom Junior Colleges and Tour-year colleges provid- ed They have aTTained aT leasT a C average in sixTy uniTs oT worlc. Because oT The rising Junior College movemenT, iT is expecTed ThaT many colleges, parTicularly in Cali- Tornia, will choose This course in The near TuTure. lT is The presenT policy oT The Col- lege To concenTraTe iTs enTire energies and resources upon sTrengThening and expand- ing-The worlc iT has seT ouT To do. T253 ll Acknowledgments The EdiTor and his STaTT express Their deep appreciaTion To Those whose willing cooperaTion and valuable assi:-sTance have made possible The publicaTion oT The i938 Naraniado. MR- R-iM- ROSENSTEEI-1 I-le did more Than prinT These pages. l-le worked as one oT us, shared our problems, and did more Than his share oT sTraighTening Them ouT. MR- FRANK DUTSCHKEI Whose drive and energy lcepT us on our Toes. MISS INEZ MORGAN For her courTeous cooperaTion and hard worlc. MR- JIM SEBREE1 CT The CaliTornia ArT 84 Engraving Company Tor his splendid on- graving and seeing us Through To The Tinish by more Than Tuhcilling all promises. MR- MARVIN BONDS: Who checked The accuracy oT The Technical deTail in all The worlc. MR- VIC ANDERSON: Eor his beauTiTul arT worl4 and sTarTling ideas. MESSRS. BUSHMAN AND RISEN: WaiTing paTienTly Tor a laTe boolc They deserve high praise Tor Their speedy and Tine binding iob. MR. AND MRS. RAY CLARKSON: Whose advice and porTraiTs were wonderTul. MR- CLARENCE CCMPTONI STuolenT phoTographer, Tor his candid phoTos. his Time, and his ideas. This lNlaranjado Produced by The Pacific STuclenT AssociaTion of The College of The Pacific, and SToclcTon Junior College. PrinTing and Binding: RosensTeel PrinTing Company, Inc., SToclcTon. Supervision: R. M. RosensTeel Eranlq DuTschlce Inez Morgan g Typography: C. L. Baysinger Ray S. Yeaman l-larold R. Berg A. K. SmiTh Edgar M. Rowland Fred MiramonTes Presswork: George E. C. l-lull Erwin E. Olney Cyril Cochrane Binding: William E. Bushman l-l. Cv. Risen Engravings: California Ari' and Engraving Company, Berkeley. Supervision: Jim Sebree Marvin Bonds ArT Worlqz Vic Anderson PhoTograpl'1y: Clarkson S'l'udiosg CompTon's PhoTo Shop. l254l Classilied Buyers Guide Aflorneys Foliz 81 Rendon .... .... Phono 150 Noumiller 3: D112 ,..,... 4l5 Aulomobile Dealers Hansel 8: Oriman. .. -f-----w 4350 Bakeries Gravem-Inglis Baking Co ..,... 3077 M. Orsi X: Son ...... .,......, . . 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