University of the Pacific - Naranjado Yearbook (Stockton, CA)
- Class of 1939
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BY THE PACIFIC STUDENT
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CHARLES F. FINNEY AND
EDITORS ' FRED F. BOYES
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FEW STEPS BEFORE ENTERING THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
. . . EXCITING MOMENTS BACK STAGE BEFORE THE CURTAINS
WENT UP AND THE PLAY BEGAN . . . THE SENIOR BENCH
WHERE NO ONE SAT . . . THE BAVAS POPPA AND BENNY
. . . AND THE RUSH TO LUNCH AFTER ASSEMBLIES OR THE
DRAG TO A II:40.
IlH.lHllY E. KNHHS
Pacific can ceriainly be proud of i+'s
presidenil He is well-known in all educa-
+ional circles and has a splendid record be-
hind him. ln +he early years of 'rhe 'I'wen-
'riefh ceniury, Presidenl' Knoles received his
A. B., M. A., and D. D. respeciively from
'ihe Universily of Souihern California. In
l927 he received a LLd from fhe College of
'rhe Pacific. Since April I, l9l9 he has been
Presideni' of 'l'his ever-growing college. Bu'r
a period never fo be forgo+'I'en +0 him is 'lhe
+en years of leaching as fhe head of ihe
Hisfory deparlmeni al' U. S. C. in I909-
I9I9. Dr. Knoles is a Mason, a Rofarian,
and belongs 'ro ihree Greek fraferniiies as
well as a hosl' of oiher organizaiions 'through-
ou+ +he Uniled S+a'res. And so we say All
Hail!! +o Tully Cleon Knoles, a man respecfed
and wor'I'hy of being +he presidenl' of our
College of 'rhe Pacific. He has a record any
of us would be iealous and is a man we like
Born af Porf Hope, Onfario, Canada,
Dwayne Orfon worked in many fields before
faking on a posifion wifh fhe College of fhe
Pacific. Graduafing from Redlands Col-
lege, Dr. Orfon did graduafe work af bofh
U. S. C. and U. C. earning an M. A. from
C. O. P. in I933. For six years he was an
agenf in fhe Hazen Foundafion, an insfifu-
fion devofed fo 'rhe developmenl' of sfudenf
personnel work. He served two years as a
iunior engineer in fhe oil indusfry. He be-
gan his feaching career af Baylor College
in Belfon, Texas in I926. He faughl' fhere
unfil I929 when he came fo 'rhe College of
fhe Pacific as an assisfanf professor of
speech. Always climbing, Dwayne Orfon,
Principal of fhe Sfockfon Junior College,
has been elecfed Presidenf of fhe Norfh-
ern California Junior College Associafion as
well as a member of fhe sfafe advisory com-
miffee for fhe NYA.
Professor Charles Corbin is now commencing
his fwenfy-fiffh year as Dean of lnsfrucfion and pro-
fessor of Mafhemafics af fhe College of fhe Pacific.
Previous fo his posifion as Dean of fhe Digifs and
Masfer of fhe Mafh. Book, he affended fhe Huron
College in Soufh Dalcofa. Corbin received his A. B.
in l904 from Doane College followed fhree years
lafer by an A. M. from Norfhwesfern Universify.
Courses insfrucfed by Corbin include fheory of
number, fheory of equafions, proiecfive geomefry,
and college geomefry. Algebra, geomefry, and
calculus are his Junior college courses.
Commencing his fhirfeenfh year as a College of
fhe Pacific Faculfy member is Mr. O. H. Riffer,
head lcale-keeper and Professor of fhe Business Ad-
Mr. Riffer received his A. B. degree from Sfan-
ford Universify in I904, iusf a year affer fhe Wrighf
boys wenf up in a fhing called fhe airplane-and
sfayed up. The Orienf fhen received his affenfion
for fourfen years. Upon refurning fo 'fhe Sfafes
Mr. Riffer became associafed wifh fhe College.
Freshman foofball, varsify, fraclc and general afh-
lefics were direcfed by Mr. James Corson before
his appoinfmenf as Dean of Men Sfudenfs in I934.
Dean Corson firsf affended fhe Modesfo Junior
College, and he fhen acquired A. B. and M. A.
degrees from 'rhe U. of S. C. following graduafion
He is a member of fhe Sfudenf Chrisfian Asso-
ciafion board, Sfudenf Affairs Commiffee, lnfer-
frafernify Council, Board of Afhlefic Confrol, and
he is affiliafed wifh fhe Omega Phi Alpha frafernify.
Miss Opal Berg, Dean of Women Sfudenfs, is
commencing her second year af fhe College.
The Universify of Minnesofa gave her a B. S.
degree in I929, followed by an M. S. af Syracuse
in I936. Before coming fo Pacific, she was social
direcfor fo fhe Dean of Women af Syracuse.
Direcfor of Women's Affairs, sponsor of fhe
A. W. S., sponsor of fhe Pan-Hellenic Sociefy, ex-
officio on fhe Sfudenf Affairs Commiffee, and
sponsor of Social Hall acfivifies are a few of fhe
imporfanf posifions held by Miss Berg fhe lasf year.
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Sculpfure and Greek Arf and language are fhe
main inferesfs of Dr. Fred L. Farley, Dean of fhe
College of fhe Pacific. Greek language and civi-
lizafion and fhe Arf of Language are fhe courses
faughf by fhis popular professor.
Dean Farley received his masfer's degree from
Albion College, Michigan, his Ph. D. from Sfanford.
Farley sponsors fhe Classical Club, and he is a
member of fhe All-College Honor Sociefy.
Dr. Irving Goleman was insfrucfor of English and
Public Speaking af California before coming fo 'rhe
College of fhe Pacific and Sfockfon Junior College.
His A. B. and M. A. were obfained af fhe Uni-
versify of California as a sfudenf. Goleman is
now sfarfing his fhird year on fhe Pacific Campus
and holds fhe posifion of chairman of fhe Division
of Arfs and Leffers of fhe Sfockfon Junior College.
"l've been acfive in speaking ever since l was
a child," claims Dr. Roy McCall, Asociafe Profes-
sor of Speech, "and l guess fhaf is sfill my favorife
hobby," Mr. McCall was Direcfor of Debafing
during I938 and is a member of Pi Kappa Delfa
and Phi Rho Phi, honorary forensic sociefies. He
mainfained a speech major during college years,
is acfive in debafing, dramafics and liferary work.
Mr. McCall is now commencing a fhird year as
a member of fhe College of fhe Pacific Faculfy. He
received a B. A. degree af Redlands in I930 and
an M. A. af fhe Universify of lowa in l93 I, followed
five years lafer by a Ph. D.
"No, l don"r like fo hear small children play fhe
piano. l'm more inferesfed in spor+s," confesses
Mr. John G. Ellioff, Dean of fhe Conservafory of
Music. Mr. Ellioff revealed in fhis inferview fhaf
he had been a rabid foofball fan fhe pasf few years.
Mr. Ellio'H' affended Norfhwesfern Universify
where he received Graduafe and Bachelor of Music
degrees before coming fo Pacific in l927 as a
He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha and Phi Kappa
Lambda nafional music sociefies, and he is also an
honorary member of Rho Lambda Phi af Pacific.
Professor George Colliver firsf affended fhe
College of fhe Pacific as a sfudenf in l907. Affer
eighf years of work wifh a religious educafion
major, he wenf fo Bosfon where he received his
S. T. B. Upon complefion of his sfudy in religion
af Bosfon and Harvard, Mr. Colliver refurned fo
Pacific Campus in I920 and became a professor.
During his years af fhe College of fhe Pacific
he has accomplished much in fhe advancemenf of
Dr. Malcolm Eiselen is nofed fo Pacific sfudenfs
for his keen be-whiskered iokes and liferary abilify
lnof be-whiskeredl. He's now sfarfing his 'lrwelffh
year as a member of fhe Pacific and Junior College
He received his A. B. and A. M. degrees from
Norfhwesfern Universify and his Ph. D. from Cali-
fornia in l93I. His disfincfions include member-
ship in fhe All-College Honor Sociefy, honorary
membership in fha Omega Phi Alpha frafernify,
and liferary work in currenf magazines, reprinfs in
fhe Readers' Digesf.
Dr. G. A. Werner is complefing his sixfeenfh
year af fhe College of fhe Pacific as Dean of fhe
Summer Session and Direcfor of College Tours.
Before insfrucfing af Pacific, Mr. Werner re-
ceived his A. B. and M. A. degrees from fhe Uni-
versify of Soufhern California. He fhen received
his Ph. D. fhree years lafer from fhe same school.
Werner holds fhe ,posifion of Professor of Poli-
fical Science and Hisfory, is sponsor of fhe Infer-
nafional Affairs Club, and is Junior College chair-
man of fhe Division of Social Sciences.
Complefing his sixfh year af fhe College of fhe
Pacific is Professor Harold Jacoby, insfrucfor in
sociology, criminology and labor relafions.
Mr. Jacoby has been acfive in Pacific Sfudenf
Chrisfian ,work and as a member of fhe regional
council of fhe Norfhwesfern Universify sfudenf
Y. M. C. A. His youfhful conservafive manner has
neffed him a wife and an envied faculfy posifion.
Mr. Jacoby reached here via graduafion from
The College of Pacific in l929. He received a M.
A. degree from Norfhwesfern Universify, and a
Ph. D. affer fhe complefion of his sociology sfudy
af fhe Universify of Pennsylvania.
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Economic bofany, planf biology, Man's Biologic-
al World, and fhe bacferiology are fhe principal
courses faughf by Dr. Ernesf E. Sfanford, bofany
professor since l935. He is now commencing his
fhirfeenfh year as a faculfy member of fhe College
of fhe Pacific and fhe Sfockfon Junior College.
Dr. Sfanford obfained his B. Sc. from Massachu-
seffs Sfafe College in l9I5, his M. Sc. from Norfh
Carolina Sfafe in l9I7, and his Ph. D. from Har-
vard Universify in I924.
This man Gulick is of fhe sfrong, silenf fype. We
know, because we had fo blasf fo gef fhe following
informafion ouf of him.
Complefing his ninfh year af fhe College of fhe
Pacific is Mr. Charles Gulick, Associafe Professor
of Civil Engineering. He affended Cornell Uni-
versify af lfhaca, New York, in I922, where he
received his degree in civil engineering.
Dr. Allen Waldo, Assisfanf Professor of Geol-
ogy and geography, is ending his second year as
a faculfy member of fhe College of fhe Pacific and
Sfockfon Junior College. He's rapidly making
a name for himself as a feacher in fhe genfle arf
Waldo received his M. A. degree from Harvard
Universify in l932 and his Ph. D. from Pennsylvania
Sfafe in l937.
Before coming fo Sfockfon as a member of fhe
College of fhe Pacific faculfy, Dr. Waldo was in-
sfrucfor of research and geology af Penn. Sfafe.
He is associafed wifh fhe Frosh Club of fhe
Junior College, fhe Sfudenf Chrisfian Associafion,
and fhe Honor Sociefy.
Mofion Picfure phofogra,phy is one of fhe main
inferesfs of Professor Frederic Sfeinhauser, asso-
ciafe Professor of Modern Languages. During fhe
pasf few years fhe professor has made an exfensive
sfudy of fhe developing and prinfing of color films.
During fhe years of l92I and l929, Mr. Sfein-
hauser foured France, Spain, and Germany for
academic purposes and visifed Mexico an innum-
erable amounf of fimes.
Degrees held by fhe ,professor include an A. B.
obfained in I9I8 and an A. M. in l923 from fhe
Universify of Chicago.
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Cosmic ray and radio acfivify has been fhe main
inferesf of Gorden Paffen, Associafe Professor of
Physics, during fhe lasf year.
Dr. Paffen is complefing his fourfh year as a
faculfy member of fhe College of fhe Pacific, pre-
vious fo which he acfed as Insfrucfor of Physics and
Mafhemafics af fhe Polyfechnic Junior College.
His youfh belies fhe knowledge he possesses, for
he obfained his B. A. in i927 from fhe Universify
of Brifish Columbia, followed by an M. A. and a
Ph. D. in I933 from California.
Insfrucfor in Chemisfry, Clarence E. Larson, is
now commencing a second year as a Sfockfon Jun-
ior College and College of fhe Pacific faculfy mem-
ber. Dr. Larson was formerly research associafe
wifh fhe Mounf Zion Foundafion and following fhis
posifion was lnsfrucfor of Biology and Chemisfry
af fhe Universify of California.
Dr. Larson affended fhe Universify of Minnesofa
in I932 where he received a B. S. degree and in
I937 obfained a Ph. D. from Cal.
lnsfrucfor in Zoology af fhe Universify of Cali-
fornia was fhe posifion of Dr. Alden Noble before
he became a member of fhe College Sfaff.
Dr. Noble obfained an A. B. degree from 'rhe
Ohio Weslyan Universify in I923, M. Sc. in I925
af Ohio Sfafe and a Ph. D. degree af fhe Universify
of California in I93 I.
Dr. Noble now holds fhe posifion of Professor
of Zoology of fhe College of fhe Pacific. His
main inferesfs lie in fhe sfudy of parasifology and
Professor Arfhur Talbof Bawden's disfincfions
include a B. Sc. from Dennison Universify in l920,
a M. S. from Ohio Sfafe, and a Ph. D. from a
Norfhwesfern summer session.
Unlike mosf men wifh fhis .wholly American back-
ground, he held fhe posifion of chemisfry professor
af fhe Universify of Shanghai before coming 'ro fhe
College of fhe Pacific in I930.
Professor Bawden is chairman of fhe Division of
Nafural Sciences, Professor of Chemisfry, and
sponsor of fhe Orfha Mefa Para science sociefy,
moreover he is fhe aufhor of a class fexfbook,
"Man's Physical Universe."
Dean of fhe school of educafion is Dr. J. William
Harris, who for fhe lasf fwenfy-nine years has faughf
af Pacific. Dr. Harris affended Union College,
Kenfucky, where he received his AB degree. From
Clark U. he received his Ph D. degree. The courses
faughf by fhe dean are menfal hygiene, educafion-
al psychology, educafion, principles of educafion,
and American educafion. A seminar for graduafe
sfudenfs fo sfudy special problems in educafion is
faughf by Dr. Harris.
For a hobby he spends a greaf deal of fime read-
ing and sfudying abouf fhe archifecfure of gofhic
cafhedrals in Europe.
Appoinfed regisfrar of fhe College of Pacific af
fhe close of lasf semesfer, Roberf Burns fiffed righf
info fhe picfure wifh his warm smiles and his king-pin
greefing ways. Along wifh fhis posifion he holds
down fhe spof as alumni secrefary. ln fhis capa-
cify Mr. Burns did considerable fraveling in con-
facfing former members of fhe college.
A former sfudenf body prexy, Bob has been af
Pacific eighf years and his hobby well you mighf
guess, if is meefing people.
Professor Louis Windmiller is fhe regisfrar of fhe
Sfockfon J. C. Before coming here Professor Wind-
miller affended fhe Universify of California af Berk-
eley and in Los Angeles. He holds an AB degree.
The courses faughf by fhe professor are speech,
business problems, law and governmenfal business.
ln fhe fwo years spenf in Sfockfon he has become
'rops wifh fhe sfudenfs.
His hobbies are ouf of door life and fhe sfudy of
Wifh fhe opening of fhe Spring semesfer, Mr.
A. C. Gerould was appoinfed head of fhe college
library. Affer receiving an AB degree from Darf-
moufh Universify, Mr. Gerould wenf fo work in fhe
reference deparfmenf of fhe New York Public Lib-
rary. l.a'I'er he wenf fo Sfanforcl Universify where
he obfained a posifion in fhe reference division of
fhe library. He remained here unfil he came fo
To aid fhe library in housing more books, May
I2, was sef aside as Book Day, wifh faculfy and
sfudenfs confribufing books from 'rheir personal
The seven+h 'four and inspeciion 'irip fo Deafh
Valley was conducfed under 'rhe direcfion of Dr.
A. T. Bawden and Professor J. H. Jonie during +he
Spring Vacafion week from April I io 8 inclusive. A
record crowd of some l65 sfudenfs, feachers, and
lovers of rugged life lefi +he college green on April
Fools Day fo learn +he wonders of a land +ha+ has
sunk below 'I'he level of +he sea. Along +he roufe
repeafed sfops were made fo visii' indusfries of
science and 'rhe surrounding fascinafing Topog-
Highlighfs of 'rhe ex,pedi+ion included fhe beau+i-
ful Red Rock Canyon, Qwen Valley, Mono Lake,
Lake Tahoe, +he slupendous Boulder Dam, and of
course Deaih Valley. New poinfs of inleresf added
fo lhe iiinerary 'I'his year were Owens Lake, gey-
sers and volcanic 'formalions in l'he Mono Lake reg-
ion, Lone Pine a'r ihe base of Mounf Whi+ney, and
'rhe Mounf Whiiney Fish Haichery.
The indusfries 'rhai' were seen on +he l60O mile
frek were +he Twining Laborafories a+ Fresno, ihe
American Chemical Plani' ai' Trona, and fhe Wesf
End Chemical Plani' a+ Searles Lake.
Special feafures of +he rrip consisfed of a boal'
ride across fhe man made Mead Lake lhal owes ifs
origin +0 +he mighfy Boulder Dam. Sleeping under
a s+arligh'r sky on +he si're+ching sand dunes had
i+s poinfs on l'he irip. Two swims ,were readily en-
ioyed by 'lhe group. The firsf was an early morn-
ing swim held af Valley Wells and 'rhe second dip
was faken ai' Furnace Creek Inn. The original
"Borax" ,Smi+h, old harmony plan? capfured +he in-
+eres'r of +hose fhai' saw if.
When 'rhe nighf meal was over, fhe group gafh-
ered around a huge bonfire fo fake parf in com-
munify singing and a general gef fogefher. Here
sfories and experiences of fhe day and ofher frips
were spread around as fhe fire raged. Tops in
fhis gafhering was fhe reading of fhe Deafh Valley
News, a nighfly ,paper edifed by one who had a
flare for news hawking and humor. ln fhis sheef
of scandals no one was saved from ifs cracks and
nonsense as if was read fo fhe eager group. Jusf
before fhe fire died away announcemenfs concern-
ing fhe following day were given.
The whole frip was planned fo fhe minufe in order
fo include fhe mosf exfensive ifinerary in fhe seven
year hisfory of fhe College of Pacific expedifion.
All fhe acfivifies and fhe fime allofmenf for fhem
were due fo fhe heady work of 'rhe sfaff and fhey
based fheir iudgmenf on fhe experiences of fhe
pasf. Traveling in caravan sfyle, fhe cars were
divided info five secfions and were led by officers
of fhe highway pafrol. Each secfion of cars have
definife colors and leaders fo keep fhe ouffif run-
ning smoofhly and in order.
Ofhers on fhe sfaff besides Dr. Bawden and
Professor Jonfe included: J. R. Arnold, Nafure
Sfudy: J. F. Blinn, Physician: F. J. Clark, Chemisfry:
J. H. Carson, Program Direcfor: G. S. Eby, Phofog-
raphy: F. W. Goff, Indian Pefroglyphs: C. E. Lar-
son, Chemisfry: L. C. Sweefman, Music Direcfor:
N. J. Toms, Bofany: F. P. Vickery, Geology: A. W.
Waldo, Geology: H. E. Welch, Radio Engineer.
ln whai promises 'lo be 'rhe largesf l'our ever
sponsored by +he College of Pacific, a group
vacaiion loving people will visil' ihe shore of
disianl' Alaska 'rhis Summer when 'l'he College
conducis +heir second Alaskan Cruise. The
las+ one was held in I934 and i+ proved so pop-
ular lhal' leHers requesiing for anolher have
been coming in ever since.
This facinaiing and exci+ing Summer Va-
caiion ,will be conducied by Dr. Tully C. Knoles,
Presidenl' of ihe College, whois an experienc-
ed iraveler and four-conduclor. He will be
assisied by Professor George C. Jensen of
Sacramenio, who is also an experienced irav-
eler and famous educafor. Picked for +he 'rask
of seeing +ha'r everyone is having a good iime
will be Miss Grace M. Carier who will acl' as
hosiess for ihe par'I'y.
Heading Norfh from S+ock+on on 'Phe
Souihern Pacific "Special", 'I'he firsl lap of l'he
"Cruise" will wind ihrough ihe mouniains and
The valleys of ihe Pacific Norihwesi viewing
Beaufiful Mi. Shasia and visiiing Porlland and
SeaH'le. A+ Sea'Hle +he "real Cruise" begins
as l'he ,pariy boards fhe S. S. Yukon and heads
'lowards Alaska. Poin'l's of inieresf along l'he
way will be ihe dead and live glaciers, roman-
lic Indians, curious 'loiem Poles, 'ihe Norfhwesf
Mounied Police, "Soapy" Smi'rh's grave, ihe
Russian Caiherdrals, gold mines and plenfy of
The four will leave S+ock'ron on July 22 and
reiurn home on Augusl' 61'h, giving one a fine
o,ppor'runil'y fc enioy lasfing 'Friendships ihal'
will be formed on 'rhe frip. Throughoui' 'lhe
four lhere will be inleresfing leciures, discus-
sions and recreaiion of a grea'r varie'I'y.
Teachers and s+uden+s may mix work wi+h
pleasure on ihe 'rri,p for academic credii will
be given in eifher hisiory or educaiion for
lhose who apply.
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Srarring off +he Fall semesfer wi+h a fine display of energy and ambilion, +he
Freshman class rared as one of fhe besr in fhe hisfory of fhe school. ln fhe very be-
ginning 1'hey showed 'rheir sirengfh when lhey ,won a smashing viciory over ihe Sopho-
mores in +he annual Frosh-Soph Brawl. The ba+'rle proved one of l'he mosl fascinaiing
of i+s kind in recenf years wifh +he Freshmen 'raking honors in 'lhe sack race and +he
+ie-up con1'es+, leaving +he second year men a vicrory in ihe lug-of-war. ln fhe field
of sporfs fhe yearlings ,produced a winning foorball and baslcelball +eam, along wilh
giving sfiff compe+i+ion +o +he orher fhree classes in +he inrramural sporfs program.
Along in Ociober 1'he heads of fhe lower division classes gol' logerher and +he
annual Frosh-Soph dance held in +he Cocoanul Grove was fhe resulf. The music was
provided for by Al Devina and his orchesira wirh a record crowd aH'ending. April
I5+h was The evening ser aside for Class of '42 'lo once more cavorl around a dance
floor. The occasion being +he Freshman Spring Dance.
The Firsl' year men chose as rheir presideni, capable Les Dow. For 'lhe posiiion
of vice-presideni' Harry Plafelc goi' fhe call. Charmaine Cash was elecied secrefary
and Claude Hogan +ook over fhe du+ies of freasurer.
HOGAN . . . CASH . . . DOW
Serving as presidenf of +he graduaiing Seniors ihis year was Edward Koehler, promi-
nenl' in college aciivifies. He was assisfed by Verna Dunsfan, vice-presidenig Virginia
Sack, secreiaryg and Kennerh Hench as ireasurer. As +he book goes +o press, plans for
Senior Week are siill indefiniie, buf promise io be ihe besi yer. The chairman appoini-
ed for 'rhe various commiilees are, Senior Ball, Verna Dunsiang The Senior Sneak, Paul
Rippong fhe Senior gift Kennefh Henchg Dr. Knoles Day, Virginia Sack: announcemenis,
Headed by Dick Morrall as presiden+, +he Junior Class execufive board included
such prominenf campus leaders as Vice-Presideni' Pai' Carson, Treasurer Hugh McWil-
liams, and Secrefary Marguerife Efzel. The big eveni of ihe year was ihe annual
Junior-Senior ,prom held June 3rd a+ 'rhe Clark Hoiel and supplied wi+h music by Her-
man Sapiro and his orchesira. '
The Sophomores elecied 'ro guide 'them in fhe beginning of 'rhe year Ken Klaas as
presidenf, Adrian Squires as vice-presidenf, Jean Sfrong as secreiary and Bill Biddick as
ireasurer. Social highlighis 'For 'rhe year were 'rhe Frosh-Soph Hop held in early No-
vember and fhe June Graduaiion Dance given af fhe close of +he year.
Leading by sixfeen ,poin+s, 'rhe Junior class appears +o have won fhe lnferclass cham-
pionship as book goes fo press. Winning 'ihe irack and baskeiball crowns 'ihey have
piled up 276 ,poin'I's 'io command 'their lead. Their nearesi rival is 'ihe Senior Class, winners
of 'ihe sofiball +i+le, wi'l'h 260 poinis. The Sophomore Class is in ihird spoi' wifh I88
poinis and only one poin'r behind is 'Phe Freshman Class.
DICK MORRALL . . . MARGUERITE ETZEL . . . KEN KLAAS . . . ADRIAN SQUIRES
THE MU ZETES SHUT-INS ENJOY A GAME OF BRIDGE WHILE
THE COLLEGE HUMS WITH LIBERTY, FREEDOM AND FUN . . .
SHAPELY MISSES FROM THE DORM CATCH THE CAMERA MAN
BEFORE HE CATCHES THEM . . . "LET'S SEE THAT'S FIVE
CENTS FOR YOU AND I'LL PAY TEN CENTS FOR HER" . . . PACIFIC
MERMAIDS TAKE A DIVE. . . . "GOOD AFTERNOON, COLLEGE
OF THE PACIFIC" . . . ALPHA THETES SPLASH AND WADE
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DUNSTAN Elcovlcl-1 FITZGERALD
HODGKINS HOSE HULL
RICE RIFBERG RICHIE
June Lane ...,..,.........,.. . L ,.L.,L,.... Presidenf ..1E....,L.4LLLL , ............ Minnie Sawyer
Minnie Sawyer ....... ...... ,,,, ,L,,,. V i c e-Presicleni .L.L.........L L A ...L..,..., Virginia Wesion
Virginia Wesfon ..LLLL.,LLL ...,...,,....L, R ecording Secrefary ...LL, .L,LL,L ,LL.,.LLLL.. A r ielle Baxeir
Helen McManus ,,,,,.,L.L LLL,.. , , ,L,.,,LL....LL,.,..,.. Treasurer ........,.,...,, 4..., ,,.,.. ,... A n n Hodgkins
Bei-+y Flickinger ,,,,,,LLL.LL .L LL,L L.Corresponcling Secreiarya ,..... ,................... R oberia Ball
Margarer George ,,,,L,,,L., .,.... ..........,,. H o use Manager ,LL.,..L.... .i.LL .....L... . M argaref George
Sepfember I4 ,,,,,,, ..,.. ,.i...... D i nner for FacuH'y Women
Sepfember 25 ,,,..,, ...,4,L,....,.,.,..L.,.,,,,.....,,,,,,,,. F aculfy Tea
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GEORGE GRADY GRAY GUERSNEY HAFELE.
LOGERWELL NELSON NORRIS OLIVER PARKER
SMITH STRONG WESTON WIRTH ZUKERMAN
Oc+ober OO,,,O.SOO ,,..........OSS,,,,., ,,,,,.,,,..OO.S,... O p en House Affer Nevada Game
Ocfober ,........, .STSST,S,,,.A.SSA,S..S,.,,....S...O.SAS,AT H omecoming Luncheon
Ocfober , . . ,,,,,,.,.........,..,.,......,..........................,... Formal Pledge Tea
November Tea, ,..,O A ,S T,,,,,.,...,..,.,...,....,...,.........A.........,......., Thanksgiving Dinner
December .e,.e..... . ,.,....,i..e. S+ocIc+on Alumnae Parfy wiih Members
December ......,.,. ., e..i..,e,,...ii..,..A.....SA.......Ae,i,.,.,,,,.,....,....... CI1ris+mas Dance
December ..,...,.i,, .,,,e. . , ,.e...,.,...,,.....,,,..,....,..,.,.,ee..,.,.... Chrisimas Dinner Parry
January A. ,..,.. e....,i.i..,....,...e........e ..........,.,......,.....,.,.,.,....., . ,,.,Band Frolic
January 2I .... Recepfion for Casi' of George and Margaref
February I9 .,..... .O .......,.e........ ,....,.....,.r ...........,...... f .,.,,.....iA. O p ening Rush Tea
March I I, I, . ,e.e.e.ee....i.,.e........,...r....,,.,,,.....,.......,,..,,,,....,..,.,.,.,.,..... Pledge Tea
March I7 .,.....,... .........i. S +. PaI'ricIc's Day Dinner
March I8 ,...... ., .,...........,.e Pan Hellenic Dance
March 25 .e.ee. i...,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B unny Hop
April 4,.. ,..... .,,,....,,......,,.,...,....,a....... B askelball Dinner
May ,.I, ..,,,,.V,.............. ......,,,,.,............,........ C a rd Par'I'y
May . . .........e... Spring Formal a+ Rio Del Mar
June ....e,e .,.,...........,...i,,....,.,,..,.,.... S enior BreaIcfas+
ALICE TILTON . . . MARGARET TRABERT
Alice Tillon ..,,...,,..
Jean Miller A........,........,
Lora Lou Childs .....,........
Mary Barbara Baer ...,.......
Marguerife E+zeI ......Aa
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KIRKPATRICK KOWATCH KOWATCH LADDON
REINLE v. SACK SATTERBURG SEAVERS
TREVORROW UDDEN VOORHEES WRIGHT
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A I.,.,,....eA.,.. Informal Dance
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JUNAN BRONZICH . . . BETTY BOOTH
APPLEGARTH BADGER BARTHOLOMEW
GUERIN HALLMARK LAGAMARSINO
RANNEY RAUSCH RAWLES
BeH'y Booih ...,...,......A A................ P residenf ..,.,,,..,.,.,... ..A......,,..,. J unan Bronzich
Herrha Rausch ............,.,,.. ........,........,... V ice-Presidenf .........A..A,..,.... ....O.AA.A.....OO...A.. B eHy Dixon
Junan Bronzich ...........,.......................,.. Recording Secrelary .,,,,,,. ,......... .,4..,..,...,,. H e r'l'ha Rausch
Frances Richardson ,,..A..........c...., Corresponding Secre+ary.. r.,...,,A. ,.,.4...... B arbara Caswell
Pal Carson ...,,,...............,,.... ...... .,......,.,.......r.A T r easurer ..........,.,,,,,,,A.,,rA..A ,,.ra.A,.,.A,. R u'l'h Lombardi
Doris Marsh ...............a.... ...,,,. .,,,., H o use Manager .AarAr,aAAA.., .,a.,a,aa.aa.A,. D oris Marsh
Seplember 23 ,......,,.... .................,. ....,,..,a.,........,.,r.......r..s,..... ...,..,r ..,.,,... B u FF e 1' Dinner Dance
Sepfember 25 ,,,.......... ....r.....,. T ea +0 lnlroduce New House Mo'rher
Ocfober 2 ,...,..,..s.. ....................,..........,..,............,.....,......... O pening Rush Tea
Ocfober 28 .,,......,... ...,.,...,..,a, O pen House Affer The Nevada Game
Oclober 29 .,.,...,...,.
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MARSH MATHEWS MILLER MORRILL
LAMBERT WOLF WRIGHT
30, .L,....L. .,.............................,.......,..,................... ..,.,L....... F o rmal Pledge Tea
I8 r...,...... ..............,...., P ledge Dance
I5 ..,....LLL. ....L ,,,..L.,...,. C I1 risfmas ParI'y
6 .....,,.... ..,......,........,........,v......, B and Frolic
4 .........L. ,.,,...,,L,,,,, P ledge Bridge Pariy
I0 .......,... .,.,.................. W infer Formal
I9 ..,.,L,L,,. .,...,,.........,....,.. O pening Rush Tea
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I8 ,...,.,.,.. ,............................,. P an Hellenic Dance
I9 ...,..,,... ,...,,.,.. M o'rI1ers' ancl Paironess' Tea
20 ........... ,..,..,,,,..........,......,......... F acully Guesl' Dinner
22 .L,.,. rr.. ..................................,,.................,............., P I edge ParI'y
5 r,.... L... ............ E x change Meeiing Wiih Omega Phi
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I3 ...,.LL..,, ,,..,..,,,,..........,.......,.....,.............. S wimming Par+y
I9 ....,.. ...........,.,.,... Spring Formal
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BARBARA GAMMONS . . . HELEN HALL
Helen Hall .,.,...,,.......L.,L
Barbara Gammons ,a,. l...,.
Pa+ricia Mason .,.A1Aa,,,..a,
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HUNGERFORD JAMES KALMIN
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LENNOX LOYD ' MASON McINTYRE
WALTERS WILSON WOODRUFF
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30 ...,,L.A... ......,......,..,...,. H ome Coming
5 ...... .LL.. .,.L.,,..... H a mburger Dance
I9 ...., Arrc. ...,................... F a n and Shawl Tea
I0 .....V..... ........................,..,.,................ C hrisfmas Formal
I5 ...... ,.....,.......L..,..,,......... Auxiliary Chrisfmas Par+y
I I ....r ,,L... .....,....... V a IenI'ine Progressive Dinner Dance
I3 ...,........ ...,......,...,................,.....................,...,..,....., P IecIge Tea
I9 ....rL,,..,. ..........,.............LL.,............. P an Hellenic Dance
6 ......L.L.,. ,.......... T ea Honoring Housemofher
20 ........V . .........................,,........,... Spring Formal
4 ....V.,.,,.. ..,,.......,,.....L.L..,..., S enior Breakfasf
BRONZICH ETZEL GAMMONS . RAUSCH
SAWYER TRABERT VENTRE WESTON
Helen Hall .l.A....llll . ..,,,l, ..,....... P resiclenl ..,..,.,ll.,A is ,S l..., Barbara Gammons
June Lane .....,.aa.,.,,a..,.,.,,...... .llaAAa..,., S ecrefary-Treasurer ......,.....alll,. as aa,aala. Minnie Sawyer
Be'H'y Boofh Barbara Gammons Jean Miller Alice Tilfon
Junan Bronzich Helen Hall Herfha Rausch Margarer Traberl'
Marguerife Efzel June Lane Minnie Sawyer Lois Mae Ven'l're
The Pan Hellenic Council was organized several years ago fo replace +he fra-
difional ln'rer-Sorori+y Council. Hs 'funcrions include regularion of rushing, pledging,
and ofher ma'Hers viral fo 'rhe individual houses. This group is composed of +wo mem-
bers from each of rhe four houses and Dean Berg as facul+y counselor.
On fhe evening of January I2, a progressive dinner was given by all lhe sorori-
+ies. Each sorori+y served a course in +heir house and 'rhe evening concluded wi+h a
mock business meeling a+ Alpha Thela Tau. The affair proved excepfionally enioy-
able and will probably be eslablished as a l'radi'rion.
The annual Pan Hellenic Spring Formal was held a'r fhe Ho'I'el Siocldon on Sai-
urday nighi, March I9. Spring flowers and ihe Greek leHers of fhe sororifies were
used for decorafions.
BAPTISTA . . . PARSONS . . . MACDONALD . . . CRAWFORD . . . WEIGART
This year Manor Hall was rurned over in+o a, dormirory exclusively for girls.
A new cons+i+u+ion was formed and +l1e girls enioyecl a .well rounded year of social
evenls. Higl1ligl'1+s of fhe year were a Fall Radio Dance: a Cl1ris+mas Par+yg a formal
dance in flue winler a+ The Holel Wolf: and a Spring Informal given in +l1e Manor.
House mofher 'For lhe year was Mrs. Elizabe+l1 Orr.
Presidenl .rA..,r.,A...,.a..i.a,,,,A. ...........,,......,......,....,,.,.,.,.....,.....,,,.........,.,.,r. r4,..........,. M i ldred Ba,p+is+a
Vice-Presidenf .,a.,,i,,.a,a ..r.......a,....,.,..,.....,., M ary Taylor
Secrefary ,A..,,....r.,....... ..........,...,.......,.,,.....,....,....... .....,....,,r.r,a....,...,. K a +l1ryn Macdonald
POLLY PARSONS MAE WEIGART
EDITH KIDDER DORIS HANCOCK
Miss Forence Malik serving as Presidenf of Women's Hall carried ouf a social pro-
gram unequalled in 'rhe hisfory of fhe Hall. On Ocfober 8,a formal fea was held in
honor of fheir firsf pafronesess. 'Those honored were Mesdames H. L. Richardson,
William Hobin, T. E. Connolly, Fred Hosie and H. Nicholsen.
An S. S. Pacific naufical sporf dance was given on November 5, af fhe Masonic
Temple wifh Herman Sapiro's orchesfra playing. The Winfer formal was given in fhe
Florenfine Room of fhe Hofel Clark on December 00. Jusf before fhe Chrisfmas va-
cafion, a Chrisfmas Parfy was held in fhe hall. H' came fo a close wifh 'lhe singing of
Carols in fhe firelighf around fhe Chrisfmas Tree.
In fhe Spring fhree dances were given. The firsf on March 4, a radio Sporfs Dance in
fhe lobby of fhe Dorm. The Spring informal fook ,place on April I4, af fhe Pyfhian
Casfle. The final big evenf was fhe Spring Formal held in fhe Hofel Clark.
Fall OFFICERS Spring
Florence Malik .,,......... ............... P residenf ................ ....,.....,.....,...... F lorence Malik
Beffy Barry ..........,..,. .,...,...,.,..,...,. S ecrefary .......,.,......,.......,......... Margaref Harmon
I COUNCIL MEMBERS
Elaine Burns De Effe Hamsher Bonnie Smifh Rufh Warrens
Mary Fong Eunice Hood Wilma Swarfz Louise Wesf
HANSHER . . . WARRENS . . . FONG . . . MALIK . . WEST . . . Hoon
Every woman member of fhe Pacific Sfudenf Asso-
ciafion aufomafically becomes a member of fhe Asso-
ciafed Women Sfudenfs. Numerous and ever broaden-
ing fields of acfivifies are offered, from Big-Liffle Sisfer
projecfs fo managing fhe Club House.
Hafs off fo Ardis Singlefon and Mae Weigarf, fall
and spring Big-Liffle Sisfer Chairmen respecfivelyg over
fhree hundred girls affended fhe fradifional Fall Parfy
given in honor of New Girls. A fashion show was given
in fhe fall semesfer in place of our general meefing.
Thanks are due Muriel Logerwell, Miss Cornog, and Miss
Wiens for 'rhe grand success. Two Major general meef-
ings were held in fhe spring semesfer, wifh Mrs. Irving
Goleman as guesf speaker following a business meefing,
and Miss Mildred Hickok, Regional Represenfafive of
fhe Wesfern Infercollegiafe A. W. S. spoke. This was
followed by fhe insfallafion of fhe I939-40 officers. Beffy
Rae Sfone gave a summary of her frip fo fhe Nafional
Infercollegiafe A. W. S. meefing held in Kansas.
The granfing of small scholarships, and building up
of a shorf fime Ioan and scholarship fund for women
sfudenfs were our major proiecfs for fhis year. The Iasf
social evenf of fhe year was a fea given in honor of fhe
graduafing Senior Women. The A. W. S. Cabinef of
Beffy Rae Sfone, Pres.: Muriel Logerwell, Vice-Pres.:
Beffy Flickinger, Corresponding Sec.: Virginia Sack, Re-
cording Sec,: Lovella Hawley, Pres. W. A. A.: Jan
Wrighf, Club House Manager: Bonnie Smifh, Publicifyg
revised fhe Consfifufion fo include Honorary Sociefies
for each class, for girls of oufsfanding abilify. On fhe
culminafion of several years sfudy, we are making sfrides
foward Women's Self-Governmenf on fhe College of
B. FLICKINGER . . . M. LAGERWELL
J. WRIGHT . . . A. TILTON . . . V. SACK
B. SMITH . . . L. HAWLEY '
O Se 'lember 'l'wenl'y-ninfh 'rhe Associafed Women
Sludenls enfer anne
Show Tea given in fhe Greek Thea+re under +he direc-
iion of Miss Muriel Logerwell. The even? preceded
Rushing and 'Phe girls were given a preview of our campus
clofhes and cusfomes. Each of +he seven living groups
lWomen's Dormifory, Manor Hall, l'he Co-op, and fhe
enfed by fhree girls modeling lheir own clo+hes-one in
1' el' and evening dress.
each of rhe 'Following groups: campus, s re
h ervision of Miss Adina Wiens, prepar-
The Hosl' and Hosress class, under + e sup
lc Theafre 'from four io six wifh
ed The 'lea which was served on 'rhe lawn of +he Gree
' ' ' B eniman pouring. In +he receiving line were 'rhe
Miss Lorraine Knoles and Miss Marie r
faculfy members, Miss Grace Cor-
Dean of Women, Miss Opal Berg, and lwo new
' ' ' d A. W. S. Presidenl, Miss BeH'y Rae Sione. Miss Cornog
nog and Miss Adina Wiens, an
' ' I 'denial music and en+er+ainmen'r were
1' ' d +he new members al a Fashion
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menlaior during 'lhe showing. nc:
l M r are? Lee, Marga-
acied as com
provided by Miss Merle Morion, Camille Goff, Norma Benl' ey, a g
rel Traberf, and Beverly Miller.
The affair was so successful 'lhai' we recommend if for an annual A. W. S. funciion
Miss Sally Hoge . . . girlish in swirling moire fhal'
suggesfs summer and dancing.
Miss Toni Rifberg . . . for 'lhe sophislicaled co-ed
black velve+ quainlly lopped by black velvel'
Smarl' for schoolwear . . . lhe ideal college oul'fi'l'
nicely worn by Miss Virginia Nelson.
Very new and slunning is 'rhis fuschia hal' and dress
combined wilh a luxurious fur-frimbed beige coal'
. . . worn by Miss Phyllis Grimshaw.
Garden parlies and leas are suggesled by 'lhis
sofl and appealing oulfil . . . worn by Miss Madge
Whal' do we wear 'for school on warmer days?
. . . Miss Jane Kelman and Roxene Hafele seem
lo have found lhe answer in 'rhese dashy coH'on
For lhal' smarl sophisficaled loolc +ry lailored
clolhes such as lhis ou'rl"i+ . . . worn by Miss
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The Womans AI'hIeI'ic Associafion
complefed a successful year wi+h individ-
ual sporI's dominaiing mosl' of I'he year's
even+s. Tournamen+s were held in Iennis,
ping-pong, badminfon, deck-Iennis, golf
and swimming. This year serving as presi-
denl' was Lovella Hawley who deserves a
greal' deal of credil in I'he fine program
'IhaI' ,was carried ouI'.
The big eveni' of 'Ihe year was I'he
play day sponsored for Modesfo Junior
College, Yuba Junior College, Placer Jun-
ior College and Sacramenfo Junior Col-
lege on April 29. The compefifion be-
Iween Ihe schools in a+hIe+ic even+s.was
keen and enioyed grea'IIy by Ihose parfici-
paiing. The friendship and sporfsmanship
'rhe day creaI'ed speak highly for ifself.
MISS HAWLEY. W. A. A. PRESIDENT . . . VIOLET AND
PING PONG . . . THROUGH THE GOAL FOR A PT.
THE TWINIES AIM . . . THE TIP OFF . . . A RELOAD
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The NaI'ionaI Convenfion of +he A+h-
Ie+ic Federafion of College Women was
held Ihis year aI' I'he Universify of Cali-
fornia al' Berkeley on April I2 +o I4. Rep-
resenling Ihe local A. W. A. were Jean
Goodwin and Doris Marsh.
On Class Day I'he girls compeled
among 'rhemselves in chosen 'reams in
swimming evenfs and a baseball game 1'o
end a successful year.
Through Ihe kindness of Dr. and Mrs.
Glenn Pease a cabin was donaled +o Ihe
girls for weekend and summer I'ri,ps. The
cabin is Iocaled al' Camp Connell.
Presideni ...,..,,,,.,...,.,,.,,,,.. .,.....,.,...,.. L ovella Hawley
Archery Manager ..........,.,., Claudina Houser
Hockey Manager ......,,.,,.......,,.......... Lou ChrisI'en
Ping Pong Manager ............,......,. Violel' Graves
Swimming Manager ..................... Belly Moore
MERMAIDS AGAIN . . . ITS GOING TO BE A TIE . . .
THE BEGINNING OF A SWAN . . . SERVICE . . . WHAT
NO TULLY . . . THREE OF THE DORM'S LOVELIEST.
INEZ, JANE AND "PAT".
THAT FRESHMEN STRAIN AND SWEAT TO BUILD THE
BONFIRE FOR THE HOMECOMING GAME . . . THAT
FLAMES FROM FORESAID FIRE ROAR AND LIGHT THE
SKY FOR THE BENGALS ARE READY FOR THE FRAY . . .
THAT THE FROSH WITH "DINKS" ON HEAD, REPENT FOR
HAVING ONCE FORGOT TO WEAR THE "DINK" . . .
THAT ONCE A YEAR RHIZOMIA GIVES ITS ANNUAL
WATERMELON FEED . . . THAT OMEGA PHI SERE-
NADES THE CAMPUS WITH BOTH SONGS OLD AND NEW.
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GEORGE TOMASINI . . . DICK BENTLEY
Diclx BenI'Iey ........
Dick Ea'r0n ................... .......,... V ice-Presiclenf ,...,,.E,,,,A,, ....
Ralph Trembley .....,....... ,. ,..,.,,,, Secrefary ,.,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,
Bob Bovey .................... ......4...,,....,...,, T reasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,4
Francis Hellman .,,,.,,EE.E. ......,,..,....l.AlAA....... R epor+er .,.,,,,,E,,E,,,,,,,,,...,,,
Bull Scanflebury .,,....,.,.... .,,...,..... C orresponding Secreiary ............
Bob Harrison ............., ,..........,.....,..,. H is'Iorian ,,,.,.,...,,.,r,, ,.
Joe Siegfried .....,v.a.,,, ,.,..,,,,a.. S ergeanl'-aI'-Arms .,,....,,,a
George Tomasini ........, ,.
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, A..,,..,, Francis Hellman
I ,4......... George Tomasini
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BOYES BRIARE CAVIGLIA COLLIVER
HANEY HEDGES HELLMAN JOHNSON
ROSE SAVELLI SCANTLEBURY SEWELL
TRAVAILLE TREMBLEY WOODRUM
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Exchange Meeling Wilh Epsilon
........,,,...lnformal Week Encl
PAUL RIPPON . . ELTON CENCIRULO
ATKINS BASTIAN BELITSKY BERRY
CROSS DAVIS DEAN DOW
HUDELSON IJAMS IRISH JACOBSEN
MORRALL PAXTON RIPPON RIVERA
Dick paf,-iquin AAA.llAAA ,,,,,,, A,.4 P r egidenf ,,,,,,,4.I,,, ...........,. P aul Rippon
Ed Kgelqler w-----,-- ,4,.,,,,, V ice-Pl"eSid6I'l+ .,,....... .......... J erry Cicina+o
Dick Mor,-all ,ll,,,,- 4,,,,,I,A, S ecreiary ....,.., ....... D ICI! Morrall
Ar'I' Irish .....,.,......,,,,.
EI+on Cencirulo .,I...... .,.,,,....
Treasurer ,,,,A,Ar, ..,...w........,..,,., A rf Irish
House Manager .,.,I .I ,.,.. ..
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DOYLE DUPRAW FARLEY FOWLER FRITZ GAUMNITZ GRIFFITH5 HAMM HILL
KIRKMAN KLAAS KNIVETON KNOLES LAUPPE LEWIS LOONEY LUCAS MCWILLIAMS
SCOTT SHEPARD STARK SWAGERTY TOLAND TUDOR TULLOCK WESCOTT YELLAND
Seprember 24 ,,I,I,,,, ,, ,IILI...,....,.,,.,,.,...,...,...,..., Novelly Dance
Ocfober 28 A,A,,A,,AA,,, . ....,..,... Homecoming Open House
November 5 ,,,I,,,o,,,,, ,,e.AoI,.A.oIoe,,oo. O n +o Chicago Dance
December 3 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.a..A..,..,.A.,,......,.., O mega Phi Waffle Parfy
December I5 I,,,,,,, ...c.,Ic.,,..........,.,.,.,........,..,.............. Cl1rlSl'maS Parl'y
January 8,, ,,,,,,, ,a..AI,Ica.I. J oin+ Meefing WHI1 Mo'rl'1er's Club
March 7 ,,,,,,A,,A,,, ,,,,,v,A,a.,,,A.A...aa,,..,,A,.A,.,,A..AA,,,..AA....,... S pring Informal
May 20 ,,,,,,,,,, ,, .......A... Formal a+ Rio Del Mar
June I lll,l .....,,..........l,............,.,..., S erenacle
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KIEN12 B. LIVIE D. LIVIE
sAPlRo scoTT SEVILLE
Glenn Park Wilson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Presicleni' ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,4,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,., B ob Kienfz
Bob Kienfz .....................,...., ................. V ice-Presideni' .........,,.A. ........... G eorge Blaufuss
Dick Loomis .......,,..,,. ,.......I..... R ecording Secrefary .....,.,.., ,.....,...... C harles Durham
Frank Devine ..,.....,... Corresponding Secrefary ,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, W ayne Bird
Bob Aclamina .......... ........,... S ergeani'-af-Arms .............., ............... H arris Fine
Pal' Dunlap ........... .,............. H ouse Manager r..,...,.... .....,...,..... P af Dunlap
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BLAUFUSS DAHL DALEY DePUY DUNLAP DURHAM
ASTMAN GOBEL HANSBROW HARTER HENCH HENNING INGLES
LUNT LUTZ McDONNELL OULTON PURSEL ROSCELLI ROTSCH
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............Eigh+ie+h Anniversary Dance
and Son Banquef
,,,,,,.,,,.,Excl1ange Meefing WlTl1 Alpha Tl1e1-a Tau
.....,......Mo+her's Club Card Par'I'y
.,.......,..Formal af Lolcoya Lodge
Bob Kieniz ......,,.
Dick Beniley ...A.A
..Presiden+ ....,.,,....A.. . . .....,,.. Dick Beniley
Secreiary ..,,,,,,.,..... ,,.,,....... P al' Dunlap
The council is an organizaiion founded for +he purpose of promofing a close
and friendlier relalion among +he diliferenl' frafernifies on +he campus. Each year,
fhe council makes +he rules and regula+ions for rushing and pledging. Rushing s+ar'I's
early in 'rhe fall wi+h +he annual lnferfraierniiy Dance and lasis un+il midwinier, giving
each house a crack al' ihe new men sfudenis. The oufsianding achievemenfs 1'his year
were a revision of +he rushing rules and +he revival of exchange meeiings wi+h ihe
The seveniy men fhal' live ai' men's hall enioyed a varied program of acfiviiies
+his year under fhe leadership of fheir presideni' Mifchell Hookins. Tops among fheir
social evenfs were a slcaling ,parfy, followed by Dulch Lunch, on December 2, and on
April 24, The Dorm's Spring Formal given a+ +he Pyihian Casfle. Throughouf lhe year
rheir reams have been a consfanf +hrea+ 'ro fake fhe Inframural championship.
House hosfess for lhe Men's Dorm was Mrs. E. R. Jackson.
Mi+chell Hoolcins ........,... ....,..,.,,.. P residenl' ......,,.... ,,,,,,,,.,.4, M ilchell Hoolcins
Bob S'rark ....,......,..r.,r .......,,,.. V ice-Presidenf .,......,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, L es Dqw
Murray Hunl' ,,,...,,,..... .......,... S ecrefary-Treasurer ...,..,., .....,,,,,,,,.,. P hilip Alosi
Arnold ScoH ..,.,...... ..,..,...,.,.. H ouse Manager ,...,r ,.,.,,,.,,,,.,,. Arnold Scofi-
HUHHH Ui HlHlllIE EHNlHHl
Pacific's afhlelic program is walched over and governed by a scholarly group of
men working under +he +i'l'le-The Board of Afhleiic Con1'rol. This energefic board
is consfanfly slriving 'ro achieve a balanced sporl program +ha'r will meel wilh lhe
approval of lhe adminis+ra+ion, fhe s+uden+s, and 'rhe public. The board is com-
posed of +he Presidenls of Pacific and Sfocldon J. C., lhe Direclor of Aihlefics, 'lhe
Complroller, a faculfy and sludenl represenfalive, fhe Graduale Manager, and l'he
Senior Managers appoinfed by fhe board for each major sporl' 'For l'he year. This
group passes all maHers per+aining +o a+hle+ics. They confrol fhe power fo granf
scholarships and block awards io deserving a+hle+es.
This year 'I'he board decreed lhal' hence forfh +he 'freshman award of a numeral and
sweafer will be iusl a memory for from now on a block S. J. C. and sweaier will be
Back Row: FARLEY . . . ROSCELLI . . . CORSON . . . HENCH
Fronf Row: ORTON . . . BREEDEN . . . JACOBSEN . . . RITTER . . . COE
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KJELDSEN . . , STAGG . . . FRANCIS . . . JACKSON
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Affer complefing forfy-nine years of
foofball coaching and six of fhose af Pa-
cific, Amos Alonzo Sfagg is sfill furning
ouf gridiron warriors meshed in unifs of
eleven fo baffle fhe besf of feams and
come ouf on fhe fo,p. As Mr. Sfagg looks
forward fo his Golden Anniversary of
fiffy years of coaching American Foofball
he may feel iusfly proud of fhe work he
has accomplished in building nof only
powerful feams buf sfrong characfer in
men. Sfressing high ideals along wifh his
decepfive and infricafe foofball maneu-
vers, Mr. Sfagg has done much fo place
value on foofball fraining for fhe modern
MR STAGG LOOKS PLEASED PACIFIC GREETS CHICAGO
SWAGERTY SEI FERT
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Coach A. A. STagg's "49er's" opening Their
'38 grid campaign againsT a sTrong Loyola eleven
Trom Los Angeles, held Them scoreless Tor The
FirsT ThirTy minuTes of play, only To have an in-
TercepTed pass in The Third canTo give The Lions
a 7 To 0 vicTory.
UnTil ThaT TaTal Third quarTer break, The Orange
and Black gridders were holding The highly TouTed
Lieb eleven on even Terms. BoTh squads were
wiThin easy scoring disTance in The TirsT half, buT
neiTher Team seemed To possess enough drive
To reach ,pay dirT.
PaciTic's Tigers were able To sTop The greaTly
publicised razzle-dazzle aTTack of The Lions, who
were supposed To Throw passes, laTerals, and
virTually run circles around The STaggers. InsTead
The Lions were conTronTed wiTh a heads-up ball
Team, playing The game Tor all iT was worTh. As
Coach Lieb remarked, "ThaT was a big, Tough
THE GOLDEN BEAR IS STOPPED IN HIS TRACKS
Team STagg had on The Tield againsT us. Don'T
Think we were playing againsT any poor, young
misTiTs. They were plenTy good and we were
lucky To win."
OuTsTanding in The Bengal backfield was The
excellenT kicking oT Halfback AI Soper. Several
Times during The TirsT half The Tigers were backed
up againsT Their own goal line, and The educaTed
Toe oT Soper came in mighTy handy Tor The STock-
Tonians. Two of Soper's specTacular kicks rolled
ouT on The Loyola seven-yard sTripe in The iniTial
Pacific looked surprisingly ,well in Their opening
baTTle, showing greaT defensive power, and a
good passing aTTack, alThough They Tailed To
show much in The way of a sTrong ground aTTack.
The backfield defense also showed need of im-
provemenT, The Tiger backs missing many easy
M GOWAN DIECKMAN
CAL. 39 PACIFIC O
Ocfober 8, I938, ,will long be remembered
by The Tigers, because iT was Then The BaTTIing
Bengals Took a Ii++Ie Trip To The Bay Region, only
To wind u,p 39 poinTs behind The eighT ball. Coach
"STub" AlIison's Golden Bears had a field day aT
The expense of our boys, running and passing
Their way Through a bewildered Tiger Team, scor-
ing aImosT aT will.
STarTing Their Touchdown drive from The open-
ing kickoff, They hif pay dirT in The firsT six min-
uTes of play. Dave Anderson romped Through
a hole in The Bengal line ThaT would have made
The Grand Canyon look like a gopher hole,
Traveling fiffy-five yards To ,promised land.
The Tigers were hopelessly ouTcIassed by a
superior ball club. Unable To check The polwerful
ground and air aTTack of The Bears, The "49er's"
were Trailing by five Touchdowns as The firsT half
ended. Main cogs in Bengal defense were Two
inexperienced Iinemen, STan Vaughan and Bill
DOC GIVES SWAGERTY A BIT OF FIRST AID
Becker. In The backfield a new ray oT hope for
The Tiger cause showed Through in The person of
Tommy OIaeTa, who baTTed down many Bear
passes. The Tigers IosT The services of "Pic"
Piccardo, who .was badly iniured in The Tray.
Pacific 28: Cal Ramblers 0
Playing Their firsT home game under The arc
IighTs of BaxTer STadium, "DoubIe A's" cohorTs
wenT Touchdown crazy To hang up a new scoring
record againsT a weak Cal Rambler eleven. The
ToTaI of 28 ,poinTs was The highesf score recorded
by The Tigers under ,STagg's TuTorship.
Bobby KienTz hiT his sTride for The firsT Time
during The season and was The sparkplug of
Pacific's offense. The Tiger eleven hi+ pay dirT in
off Tackle sIanTs provided many a Thrill for The
specTaTors. The Tiger eleven hiT pay dirT in
every sTanza of The game: adding a safeTy To Their
credif in The Third ,period iusT To break The
monoTony of The scoring spree.
STAGG AND STAFF
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Affer making such a greaf showing againsf
'rhe Cal Ramblers, fhe Tigers had high hopes of
faking fhe San Jose Sparfans. Buf no soap. Once
again Dud DeGroo'I's eleven proved foo much for
Sfagg's "49er's", and fhe boys from Tigerfown
found fhemselves .wifh six poinfs againsf fhe
Sparfan's ninefeen as fhe final gun sounded.
The C. O. P. feam held fhe Sparfan eleven
scoreless fhe opening period, buf fhen as
fhe Bengal forward wall began fo show signs of
weakness, fhe San Jose grid machine marched
85 yards for fhe firsf score midway in fhe second
In fhe fhird sfanza Leroy Zimmerman, fhe lad
who passed his feam fo vicfory over fhe Bengals
in '37, gave fhe I0,000 fans assembled an encore
by pulling fhe same sfunf, giving 'Ihe San Joseans
a I3-0 lead as fhe final quarfer gof under way.
Buf, whaf so-fhe Iiffle band of Sfaggifes were
nof fo be denied and began unleashing a Iiffle
passing spree of fheir own, landing fhem on fhe
THE TIGERS ENTER THE CHICO FIELD
Sparfan 22. Bobby Kienfz circled righf end
for fwenfy yards and fwo plays lafer Olaefa
wenf over for fhe Ione C. O. P. fouchdown.
Pacific's hopes for pulling fhe game ouf of fhe
fire was squelched when fhe DeGroofmen un-
leashed anofher passing affack fo score and
cinch fhe confesf.
Sfafisfics showed fhaf fhe Tiger eleven made
five firsf downs fo fhe Sparfan's I4, and secured
only 77 yards from rushing compared fo fhe 222
yards made by fhe Sparfans.
In fhe Bengal line Clem Swagerfy, Irwin
Grubbs, McWilliams, Becker, and Vaughan were
sfandoufs. In fhe backfield Kienfz, Adamina,
Olaefa, Domench and Siegfried ,played good
ball. Adamina's long spirals kepf fhe Bengals
ouf of frouble on several occasions.
So once again we see fhaf Mr. Sfagg 8: Co.
have failed fo beaf fhe Sparfan eleven, buf as
someone said-"There'II come a day-"
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In a game fhaf was packed wifh fhrills from
sfarf fo finish, fhe Bengal Tigers defeafed 'rhe
powerful Fresno Sfafe Bulldogs I8 fo I3.
Shorfly affer fhe opening of fhe game, Fresno
Sfafe puf on a down-field drive fo a fouchdown.
They held on fo fheir six poinf lead unfil fhe fire
works began in fhe second quarfer. Shorfly affer
fhe second canfo began, 'rhe Tigers broughf fhe
ball down fo fhe four yard line by a series of
passes and end runs. From here, Joe Siegfried
puf if across on a shorf buck. Wi+h fhe score
fied, fhe Bengals again sfarfed fo drive. On a
long pass from Adamina fo Bob Wilkinson, fhe
Tigers fook a six poinf lead. Wifh fhe score
SIEGFRIED PUTS IT ACROSS FOR SIX POINTS
now reading I2 fo 6, Bob Kienfz, in fhe closing
few seconds, shook loose as he circled righf end
and behind ,perfecf down field blocking wenf
sixfy-one yards fo a fouchdown. Kienfz's spec-
facular run ended fhe scoring for fhe firsf half.
In fhe second half, fhe Raisin Cify lads un-
leashed everyfhing 'rhey had in a desperafe af-
fempf fo overcome fhe Tiger lead. Twice fhey
knocked on fhe goal line door in fhe fhird quar-
fer and received no answer. In fhe fourfh
quarfer, fhey quif knocking and hammered loud
enough fo gef a fouchdown and conversion. In
fhe closing minufes, fhe digging, charging, Pa-
cific line furned a deaf ear fo furfher Bulldog
pounding and fhe game ended in a Pacific win.
Leading lgweniy-seven of his Tiger warriors
Easf +o play 'Ihe Universiiy of Chicago, Amos
Alonzo Siagg gave 'Ihe College of Pacific a vic-
Iory in Hs firsl in+ersecI'ionaI foo'I'baII game.
Meefing and defeaiing 'ihe school where for
'ForI'y-one years he had coached, +he Grand Old
Man proved Io every one he s'I'iII could produce
a ,winning ball club. The dramaric classic, play-
ed on Sfagg Field, 'Fell' fhe pounding, churning
cIeaI's of fhe Tigers drive over 32 poinis +o i'he
Maroon's 0. Before +he coniesf was over, +he
l5,000 fans 'rhai' iammed +he sfadium were wildly
cheering 'Ihe boys from Srocldon on. Their
cheering ran riof when early in 'rhe fourih quarfer
Bobby Kienfz, Pacific's LiHIe All-American, in-
+ercep'red Sollie Sherman's pass on fhe one yard
line and wen'r nin'ry-nine yards fo a fouchdown.
The firsf half saw 'rhe Tigers pui' ihe game on
ice by sending Joe Siegfried bucking +he ball
over from I'he Iwo yard Iine in +he firsi quarier.
HALF-TIME OF THE CHICO GAME
Roy Cooper conver'I'ed and Ihe score read 7 'ro
0 ai' half fime. In fhe 'Third quarfer, Cooper
squeezed 'ihrough +acIcIe for six yards +o score.
Then in 'I'he 'fourfh quarfer came KienI'z's I'hriIIing
run. Tommy Oleafa converred for +he ex+ra
'iaIIy. Irving Grubbs, playing Ieii' 'l'acIcIe, shorI'Iy
afrerwards in+ercep+ed a buIIe+ pass and gallop-
ed forfy-four yards fo a iouchdown. The Ias+
Tiger 'Touchdown saw Dick Benfly go fiffeen
yards +0 bring I'he I'o'raI score up fo 32.
Pacific ran and passed +o I4 firs+ downs, gain-
ing 300 yards in all. The Maroons rang up Il
firsi' downs and from +heir maneuvering piled u,p
In rouiing Ihe Universify of Chicago by fheir
wide awake 'ihrusi and 'iimely plays, 'l'he Pacific
Tigers advanced one rung higher in +he difiiculf
climb fo foofball fame.
While back al' Chicago Coach Siagg received
ihe high honor of being named "AIl Time All
DEN NY COOPER
The Tigers in fheir Iasf home game of fhe
season roared fhrough fhe California Aggies
from Davis by fhe score of 34 fo 6. The vicfory,
fhe Tigers won, clinched for fhem fhe Far Wesf-
ern Conference Championship of I938.
The Sfaggmen, fresh from fheir Chicago frip,
found fhe Musfange line fo fheir liking and rip-
,ped if fo pieces wifh fheir charging line and fas+
moving backs. All fhe scoring by Pacific was
done by a variefy of fricky decepfive line plays.
Excepf for a brief period in fhe opening of fhe
second half, fhe Tigers were complefe masfers
of fhe nighf scoring almosf af will.
Beginning wifh Adamina infercepfing a pass
and ending wifh Kienfz going over from fhe
fhree yard line, fhe Tigers wenf 73 yards fo a
fouchdown in fhe firsf ,periocI. In fhe second
quarfer, Kienfz again shof across fhe goal line
from fhree yards ouf. Roy Cooper added an
exfra poinf by his place kick. The Tigers re-
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frained from scoring unfil fhe fourfh quarfer
when fhey cuf loose and puf over fhree fouch-
do,wns. The firsf one came when Tommy Oleafa
smashed over from fhe fwo yard sfrip and fhen
converfed fo add anofher poinf. Quickly gef-
fing fhe ball down on fhe one yard line, fhe
Tigers opened fhe way for Oleafa fo buck over
anofher fouchdown. True fo form, Tommy con-
verfed for fhe exfra poinf. Sfagg, feeling well
secure, senf in his fhird sfringers. The lads, ouf
fo make a showing, wenf eighfy-five yards fo
score. Dick Benfly made fhe fouchdown.
The Aggie's lone score came in fhe opening
minufes of fhe fhird quarfer when Soeckland
fook a long pass in fhe end zone fo score. The
ball ,was fhrown by fhe Musfange passing ace,
The only bad flavor from fhe game came in
fhe fhird quarfer when fhe scrappy guard, Bill
Becker, was losf for fhe season wifh a broken leg.
SCHEDLER SHOUTS DIRECTIONS BEFORE THE CHICAGO TRAIN PULLS OUT PRESIDENT KNOLES BIDS A FEW GOODBYS
Nexf in line on fhe local's schedule was fhe
Wildcafs from Chico Sfafe. And were fhey
wild? Jusf wild enough fo nearly upsef fhe
dope buckef and knock fhe Tigers ouf of fheir
leading role in fhe Far Wesfern Conference!
Sfagg's workhorses were lucky fo pulifhrough
wifh a 20 fo I3 vicfory.
The Tigers were capable of playing much
beffer ball, as shown by previous games, buf
seemed fo have had an "off day" againsf fhe
Chicoans who puf up a sfubborn fighf before
going down under.
Pacific firsf scored lafe in fhe opening quarfer
wifh Kienfz, Siegfried and Adamina carrying fhe
mail on sfraighf line plays. A Chico fumble re-
covered by Tulloch on fhe Sfafer's I2-yard line
was fhe break fhaf sfarfed fhe Tigers on fheir
second fouchdown march. I
Buf fhe worm had yef fo furn. The Wildcafs
came back sfrong and scored a couple of fouch-
downs fhemselves fo even fhings up af I3 all.
THE BEARS OPEN THE TIGER LINE
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If wasn'f unfil fhe closing minufes of fhe fourfh
quarfer fhaf fhe Orange and Blackers found
fhemselves again and sfarfecl on fheir winning
marcli 'ro fhe conference crown and a vicfory
over fhe Chicoans. Adamina connecfed wifh
Clem Swagerfy for a 20-yard pass fo fhe Sfafers'
four-yard marker where Admina ,plunged over
fwo plays lafer.
A number of reasons may be given for fhe
Tigermen's poor showing againsf fhe Cardinal
and Whife eleven from fhe Norfhern cify,
alfhough none of fhem may hi+ fhe nail on fhe
head. Overconfidence, lack of fighf and spirif,
fhe unexpecfed sfrengfh of fhe Wildcafs and
fhe absence of Bill Becker from fhe line-up may
be given as likely solufions.
Buf fhe Bengals came fhrough wifh fhe loop
fifle, and fhaf's fhe mosf imporfanf fhing of all,
no maffer how close 'rhey came fo losing if.
So hail fhe Tigers of Pacific-champions of fhe
gridiron for fhe year '38.
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Ending fheir season in a blaze of glory fhe lads
from fhe Sfockfon campus fraveled soufh once
again, fhis fime fo hand fhe Devil Dogs, fhe San
Diego Marines, a I4 fo 6 drubbing before I0,000
grid fans who came ouf fo see whaf fhe Bengals
had fo offer.
And fhey offered enough fo convince fhem
fhaf Coach Sfagg's "up and downers" had
plenfy on fhe ball fo place 'rhem in fhe upper
brackef of Wesf Coasf pigskinnery.
Midway in fhe opening sfanza fhe Tiger cleaf-
men launched fheir inifial drive fo pay dirf. They
fraveled 75 yards down fhe field in five perfecfly
execufed plays for 'rhe firsf score of fhe game.
Emrys "Bufch" Lloyd made fhe fally as he cross-
ed fhe goal line sfanding up affer a 48-yard run
fhrough fhe Marines who had been sprawled all
over fhe furf by Tiger blockers. Tommy Olaefa
made fhe exfra poinf.
ln fhe second quarfer Pacific sailed fhrough a
series of six more specfacular ,plays, fhis fime
wifh Bobby Kienfz doing fhe honors, skirfing fhe
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ends and fackles fo ring up six more poinfs for
fhe men from Tigerfown. Olaefa again con-
verfed fo end fhe half wifh fhe locals leading.
The Tigers were complefe masfers of fhe play
again in fhe fhird period, buf fhe Devil Dogs
launched a "do or die" passing affack in fhe lasf
period fhaf was no'I' fo be denied and fhe Tigers'
lasf game ended wifh I4-6 vicfory.
Sfan Vaughn, oufsfanding fackle, was faken
ouf of fhe confesf wifh an iniured arm, and in
his ,place came Jack Lyons, herefofore unknown,
who made fhe surprise showing of fhe game wifh
his greaf fackling, blocking, and all-around line
Prospecfs for nexf year? Well, fhey look
greaf wifh Pacific losing only fhree members of
fheir firsf sfring, and wifh a fwelve-game sched-
ule fo face, grid hisfory should again be made in
The Marine vicfory gave fhe Tigers seven wins
ouf of fen sfarfs for fhe '38 season.
Top Row: COACH KJELDSEN . . . DALEY . . . WARD . . . SALING . . . B. JOHNSON . . . PLATEK . . . LAED-
ERICK . . . COOK . . . STEVENSON . . .PAULSEN . . . BARTONI . . . COACH JACKSON
Middle Row: BOYARSKY . . . SILVEIRA . . . EDWARDS . . . ROGERS . . . BIRD . . . CAMICIA . . . D. LIVIE
B. LIVIE. . . HOLTON . . . PRESCOTT . . . DOW
Boffom Row: CALVERT . . . DAVIES . . . IJAMS . . . CONDRON . . . YOUNG . . . SHANE . . . EVANS . . . MILLER
LODUCA . . . BRUML
When fhe Frosh foofball season of I938 came fo a close, if found Coach Earl
Jackson breaking even in his firsf season of yearling coaching. Assisfed by Chris
Kieldsen, Jackson and his men won 3 and losf 3. Basing fheir offense on a low charg-
ing line, fhe lads served nofice fhaf fhey will be ready in l940 for fhe Irish of Nofre
In fhe opening game of fhe season fhe Cubs losf fo Sanfa Rosa J. C. I9 fo 6. The
game found fhe Yearlings nof quife ready for fhe fasf moving Sanfa Rosa backs.
The lone Cub fally was made by Silviera. The Cubs won fhe nexf game 9 fo 6 over
Marin J. C. On a down field drive Marin scored firsf. A pass from Camicia fo
Barfoni fied fhe score. Lafe in fhe game Silviera's placemenf gave 3 poinfs and
vicfory. Playing fheir firsf home game, fhe Frosh losf fo San Mafeo J. C. I3 fo 0.
The Bulldogs gof bofh fheir fouchdowns on freak fumble plays. Taking fo fhe air,
fhe Frosh found fhe Placer J. C.'s secondary weak and defeafed fhem 20 fo 7. Placer
scored firsf fhen seffled back fo wafch fhe pigskin fly. A 40 yard pass from Camicia
fo Silviera gave fhe Cubs 6 ,poinfs. Silviera converfed and lafer fook a pass in fhe
end zone for 6 more. lnfercepfing a pass, Holfon ran 78 yards fo a fouchdo,wn. The
Cubs dropped fhe nexf game fo Salinas J. C. 8 fo 7. The Packers made a fouchdown
in fhe firsf quarfer and scored 2 poinfs in fhe lasf quarfer on a blocked kick. The Frosh
scoring play was a pass from Camicia fo Barfoni wifh Silviera converfing. In fheir lasf
game fhe Cubs marched all over Cal Aggie Frosh and ran up 36 poinfs fo 0. The
scorebook gave Barfoni 6 poinfs, Silviera I2, Camicia 6, Sfevenson 6 and Rogers 6.
The Livie fwins, Dave and Bill, were elecfed honorary co-capfains for fhe year.
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ln fheir firsf game of fhe season fhe Bengal Hoqpsfers discovered 'rhey were fo
have a long weary grind fo fhe end of fhe season when fhe Alumni forced fhem info an
overfime period. ln fhe exfra period of fhe game old age over fook fhe former sfars
and fhe Varsify finally sfruggled fhrough wifh a 44 fo 4I vicfory.
During fhe Chrisfmas vacafion fhe Tigers engaged in a bif of infra cify baslcefball.
They mef and defeafed fhe Amblers Club 27 'ro 22 and fhe Y. M. l. 30 fo 2 I .
Sfarfing off fhe Norfhern California Conference wifh a bursf of fine baskefball,
fhe Bengal cagers won ag fhrilling vicfory over fhe San Jose Sparfans. The score was 27
fo 26 as fhe gun ended fhe breafh faking confesf. Efhan Higgins and Paf Dunlap play-
ed oufsfanding for fhe Tigers. The second game wifh fhe Sparfans proved more ex-
cifing fhan fhe firsf. H' was an overfime affair wifh fhe lads from San Jose winning 5l
fo 49. Hugh McWilliams was fhe spark plug of fhe Orange and Black fanlcing 20
poinfs fo fake high poinf honors for fhe nighf.
KELLY . . . RIPPON . . . DUNLAP
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The Tigers dropped boTh games oT The UniversiTy oT San Francisco series To The
Dons. The TirsT game saw a hoT shooTing Don Tive sulamerge The C. O. P. squad wiTh a
barrage of buckeTs ToTaling 43 To The Tiger's 26. WaIT Kelly and McWilliams led The
scoring wiTh six apiece. In The second game The local boys showed improvemenT and
The score read Dons 32, Tigers 29. Paul Rippon ran all around The U. S. F. deTense To
ring up I6,poinTs.
The series wiTh ST. Mary's proved inTeresTing and close buT as usual The Bengals
IosT boTh conTesTs. The TirsT game played in STocIcTon was The mosT Thrilling The Tigers
played all season. IT was sulper delux, double overTime conTesT in which The lead
changed hands many Times during The evening. Scoring Tive poinTs in The double ex-
Tra period, while The Tigers Tailed To hiT Their marks, The Gaels Took home a hard ToughT
43 To 38 vicTory. OuTsTanding Tor The Tigers were Higgins, Rippon and McWilliams.
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A poor sfarf in fhe firsf half of fhe second game wifh fhe Gaels gave fhe Moragans
a 46 fo 40 nod over fhe Tigers. The score af half fime read Gaels 26, Tigers I9,
showing fhaf in fhe second half fhe Sfoclcfon boys oufscored fheir opponenfs 2l fo
20. "Rippling" Rippon came fhrough wifh I4 poinfs.
In 'rhe Sanfa Clara series fhe Bengals found fhemselves piffecl againsf fhe Champs
of fhe league and as a resulf fhey losf fwo more games. The Broncos displaying a
powerful scoring combinafion in Hale, Nelson and Felipe, who combined fogefher fo
send 46 poinfs swishing fhrough fhe hoop, defeafed fhe Tigers 55 fo 37 in fhe firsf game.
Higgins and Kelley did mosf fhe scoring for fhe Francismen. ln fhe second game fhe
Broncos foolc fhe Tigers in sfride winning 45 fo 33. Loyd Hoffman for fhe few mo-
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menfs he ,was given a chance fo play sfole fhe ball game away from fhe highly foufed
Tiger sfars. Higgins again was high poinf man.
In fhe Far Wesfern Conference race fhe Tigers, hif by a series of bad breaks due
fo injuries and sickness, never gof very far. They only won fwo games and dropped six.
Taking fhe firsf game from Nevada by fhe score of 40 fo 38, fhe Tigers losf fo
fhe Wolves fhe nexf nighf 44 fo 35. For fhe series McWilliams was high poinf man
wifh 24 digifs.
Facing fhe California Aggies, who won fhe championship, fhe Tigers were beafen
in two games. They losf fhe firsf one by fhe fune of 45 fo 23. Bill Avery fied for high
poinf honors wifh McWilliams. Each scored seven poinfs. The second game played
in Sfockfon saw fhe Aggies dum,p fhe locals 36 fo 28. Guards Doyle and Koehler play-
ed fine games for fhe Orange and Black. Jo-Babe McWilliams fossed in I3 poinfs
for a good nighfs work.
The Bengals reached fhe cellar when Fresno Sfafe oufscorecl fhem fwice wifh close
scores fo win bofh games of fhe series. The Bulldogs fook fhe opener, scoring 34
poinfs fo Pacific's 30. Earl Dahl on defense and McWilliams' I0 markers were pleas-
ing. Fresno Sfafe wenf on 'ro win fhe nexf game 44 fo 40. Bud Doyle and Ed Koehler
found fheir eyes and did all righf by Pacific playing effecfive games.
Making a desperafe fry fo prove fhey were a baskefball feam, fhe Tigers musfer-
ed up all fheir sfrengfh in fheir lasf series and broke even wifh Chico Sfafe. They fook
fhe firsf game wifh fhe score board reading Pacific 42, Chico Sfafe 34. Taking a lead
early in fhe game, fhe Tigers held on fo if due fo fhe splendid shoofing of McWililams,
Dunlap and Higgins. In fheir lasf game of fhe season, fhe Bengals losf fo fhe Wild-
cafs 34 fo 27. Doyle and McWilliams were high in scoring.
Somewhere along fhe line Pacific gof mixed up wifh Sfanford and shouldn'f have
for fhe score read Sfanford 55, Pacific 30.
Af fhe end of fhe season Ed Koehler was elecfed capfain.
HIGGINS TOSSES ANOTHER AS MCWILLIAMS WATCHES
DAVIS . . . SINGLETON . . . STEVENS . . . WOODRUM . . . MONAGAN . . . WARNER. . . COACH KJELDSEN
MILLER . . . ROGERS . . . CAMICIA
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25 .,.,,, ,.....,,,,,, , -Turlock High ..,....,,.., i,..,..... I 4 42 .,,...,. .......... S an Francisco J. C. IBI ..... . I9
28 .,...cc, .I....,.,, P Iacer J. C. ..........,..I. .,....,,. 3 6 42 ......., .......... S lephen Cruisers ......,....,,... ., 3l
38 ,. .I... ,....,. , .Vallejo High ............ ....A.... 2 4 60 ........ .......... C al. Aggie Frosh .....A....... 36
29 .,..,c . r.,..., Placer J. C. ....,..... ...,..... 3 2 55 ........ .......... C al. Aggie Frosh .,,......v.... 27
27 ,. ,.3,... Marin J. C. ...,........... ......,.. 3 4 48 ,....,.. ...,.... . .Yuba J. C. ........,..... 2l
39 .,,...........,,.....,,. Menlo J. C. ..,,..,..,,....,.............. 47 48 ..,.........,.....,..... Menlo J. C. ...,,....,..,.... ..,..... 3 3
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STOCKTON J. C. BASKETBALL. ..
Organized for lhe firsl lime as a lull-fleged Junior College leam, lhe Slocklon
J. C. baskeiball squad, using Iwo year men, wound up a good season wi'lh I2 wins lo
5 defeals. Playing a lasl breaking brand of baskelball l'he Cubs found I'he going a
bil' 'rough in lhe early games, buf wealhering mosl' l'he slorms lhey succeeded in clos-
ing lhe season wilh a nine game winning slreak.
Coached by Cris Kieldsen, 'rhe Cubs opened lhe season wi+h a weallh of malerial.
Sfocked wi+h heigh+, speed, weighl and experience, lhey looked lo be world bealers
and lhey were in lheir opening games. Tangling wilh a couple of high school leams,
lhey ran lrue lo form .winning lhe games wilh ease. In 'lheir nexl eighl' games however
lhey looked like lhe Varsi+y and dropped five of 'rhe games. Calching I'heir slride afler
lhe second Placer J. C. conlesl and seH'li1g down 'lo business, 'rhe Cubs won all lhe
remaining conlesls. Kenny Rogers, high poinl' man for lhe season wi'I'h I47 markers, was
elecled caplain of lhe squad.
Pacific's varsily lrackmen slarled lhe I939 season al a slow clip bul as meels wenl
by lhey improved wilh experience lo lake second place in lhe Far Weslern Conference
Meel and scored five ,poinls in lhe Wesl Coasl Relay, lhe resull of Lewis Ford's firsl in
lhe high iump.
Opening lhe season againsl California Aggies al Davis, lhe Tigers were defeal-
ed 43 lo 88. Taking firsls for lhe Tigers were Tomasini in lhe 880, Hill in lhe low hurdles,
Avery in lhe shol pul and Bonnifielcl in lhe discus. In lheir nexl meel Coach Earl Jack-
son's men Iosl a lhriller lo Chico Slale by lhe close score of 68 lo 62. The meel held
in Baxler Sladium saw five Bengal Boys win lheir evenls. Purcell look lhe broad iump,
Ford lhe high lump, Bonnilield came lhrough in lhe discus again and Rilch ran 9:9 lo
lhe lads lo lhe lap in lhe IO0 yard sprinl. Tangling wilh San Francisco Slale nexl, lhe
Tigers came wilhin lhree poinls of defealing lhe highly louled Slalers. Taking nine
firsl places, lhe Tigers were defealed 68 lo 63 as lhey failed lo come lhrough in winning
second and lhird places. Tomasini sel a new mark of 2:00.5 in lhe half mile while
Looney broke lhe old 440 dash mark in 50.0I Lew Ford was lhe slandoul of lhe day,
as he eslablished lwo new records, one in lhe high iump wilh a leap of 6 feel, 4 inches
and lhe olher in lhe pole vaull going over al I2 feel, 6 inches. Rilchie look bolh lhe
dashes and Bonnifield bolh weighls. The Tiger closed lhe meel wilh a win in lhe
relay. In lhe Far Weslern Conference Pacific scored 38 poinls lo wind up in second
place. Ford gave lhe Tigers eighl ,poinls when he lied for firsl in bolh lhe pole vaull
and lhe high iump. Pacific look lhree undispulecl firsls wilh Bonnifield in lhe discus,
Looney in lhe 440 and Tomasini in lhe 880. S
STOCKTON JUNIOR COLLEGE TRACK
Compeling in four meels, lhe Slocklon Junior College lrackmen were successful
in only winning one meel. The limes and lhe dislances lurned in by lhe men, allhough
nol records, were commendable and showed improvemenl in each meel. Slandouls
for lhe season were Hanner in lhe mile, Oslrander in lhe dashes, Ramos and Rogers
in lhe Iow hurdles, Miller in lhe 440 and Davis in lhe iumps.
Al lhe close of lhe season Ken Rogers was chosen by Coach Jackson lo represenl
lhe leam al lhe Wesl Coasl Relays al Fresno.
FORD CLEARS THE BAR . . . AVERY AND
BONNIFIELD TALK IT OVER . . . JACKSON
GIVES A POINTER TO LOONEY . . . NELSON
STRIDES HOME . . . SPENT, LOONEY GASPS
FOR BREATH . . . SWARTS CLIMBS FOR THE BAR
HILL LEADS IN THE HIGH
HURDLES . . . TOMASINI
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Playing seven mafches fhis season againsf sfiff compefi-
fion, fhe Pacific Tennis Squad was able fo win only fhree of
fheir mafches. For fheir wins fhey defeafed San Mafeo
and Cal Aggies fwice. Their loses were suffered af fhe
hands of Willameffe Universify, Fresno Sfafe, and fwice by
San Jose. ln fhe Far Wesfern Conference, fhe doubles feam
of Hellman and Sapiro were nosed ouf in fhe finals by Fresno
Af fhe end of fhe season Coach Kieldsen presenfed fhe
following men wifh awards : Capfain Hellman, Jack McBride,
Russel Pugmire, Herman Sapiro, and Marcello Umipeg.
The Sfockfon Junior College squad won iusf one of 'rheir
fennis series fhis year and losf five. They losf fwice fo bofh
Sacramenfo and Modesfo Junior Colleges and dropped a
mafch fo Pasadena J. C. Their lone vicfory was over Placer
Awards were made fo Sfewari' Browne, Francis Banchio,
Bill Hunefeld, Hugh Hufchins, and Ivan Hufcheon.
KNIVETON . . . HELLMAN . . . PUGMIRE . . . TREMBLEY
MATHEWS . . . STONE . . . McBRIDE . . . HAMM
The year I939 saw The Sfocklon Junior College swimming feam complefe a suc-
cessful season wi'rh eleven wins and fhree defears. Their vicfories included wins over
Sania Clara, Sfockion High, Lodi High, Menlo J. C., Cal Aggies, and San Jose. They
were defeaied by S+anford, San Jose, and Cal Aggies. Larer in re+urn confesis rhey
defeaied boih San Jose and 'The Aggies.
In +he srar role for 'rhe season was Fred Van Dyke, backsiroke arfisf, who has his
eye on fhe I940 Olympic Games. High scoring honors wen+ fo Bob Owen who made
l32 poin'l's 'For +he year. He was 'followed by Van Dyke wH'h 9I poinis. Third place in scor-
ing poinfs weni +o Wayne Bird who grabbed up 69 poinls and Les Jacobsen 'look
fourih wirh 47 poin'l's. Oihers who added poinis 'for ihe +eam's viclories were Jim Van
Dyke, Genkow, Rigor, Simpson, Davies, Ward, Sfone, and Chance. All 'lhe poinfs +o+al-
ed up 'Phe grand sum of 537 for S+ock+on Junior College. Their opponenrs combined
score for ihe season was 350 poinis.
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Playing Universifies and Junior Colleges more
organized fhan fhemselves, fhis years Sfockfon
Junior College golf feam won buf few vicfories
in fhe mafches fhey played. The games were
close however showing fhaf fhe fellows were giv-
ing a good accounf of fhemselves, even fhough
fhey were handicapped 'ro be wifhouf a coach
and suifable links near fhe College fo ,play on.
The five fellows fhaf made up 'rhe feam for 'rhe
year were Lewis Morse, capfain and manager:
Dave Brownell: Monroe Langdon: Andy Chin-
chiolo, and Manuel Belifsky.
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Numbering over lwo hundred and lilly voices,
lhe Chorus is lhe largesl musical field on lhe
campus. ll is an organizalion which is open
lo all sludenls in lhe Slocklon Junior College
and College of Pacific as a means ol musical
expression. ll is by lhis group lhal lhe choral
lileralure ol large proporlion is presenled.
Under lhe exgperl direclion ol J. Russell Bod-
ley, lhe chorus has given consislenlly line per-
formances. Twice yearly oralorios are given,
and lhese musical evenls evoke lhe highesl praise
from many hundreds who come lo hear lhem. The
orcheslra which provides lhe inslrumenlal selling
lor lhe oralorios includes lilly members selecled
from lhe College Symphony, and ils excellenl
work conlribules a greal deal lo lhe success ol
As has been lhe cuslom in years pasl, Han-
del's "Messiah' was ,presenled in December. This
well-loved work has become an honored lradilion
al Pacific, and lhe perlormance lhis year included
lhree alumnae in lhe solo roles. Marcella Thorpe,
soprano: Mrs. Elma Lucas ol Slocklon, conlrallog
Louis Farone, lenorg and Douglas Taylor, bari-
The spring produclion was lhe ,performance
ol "The Ordering ol Moses", a Biblical lolk scene
by Nalhaniel Dell. Lasl year lhis slirring work
was given ils weslern premiere by our chorus,
and il was such an overwhelming success lhal
bolh sludenl members and audience asked lhal
il be repealed. The solo parls lhis year were
very commendably perlormed by Margarel
George, soprano, Margarel Lee, conlrallog Carol
Carler, lenorg and Bob Harrison, barilone. Miss
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George, Miss Lee, and Mr. Harrison are sTudenTs here, and Mr. CarTer is an alumnus. "The
Ordering oT Moses" is crediTed wiTh being The ouTsTanding conTribuTion oT The cenTury To
music by a composer oT The colored race. IT is indeed an unique and wonderful musical ex-
perience Tor singers, orchesTra and audience. V
The Pacific Band is an organizaTion enTirely supporTed by The sTudenT body and Tor The
sTudenT body. Under The direcTion oT genial "Pop" Gordon The band has esTablished iTselT
as a performing group oT su,perb calibre. The Symphonic Band, numbering sevenTy-Tive,
serves a very deTiniTe need in The musical Training oT iTs members. IT is here ThaT opporTuniTy
is aTTorded To play band music oT symphonic .proporTion. The abiliTy Tor high achievemenT
along This line is evidenced by The appreciaTive response Trom audiences wherever The group
has played-The Band Frolic, Assembly ConcerT, "Pacific Premiere" broadcasT, and The an-
nual Spring Band ConcerT.
From The ranks oT The Symphonic Band are selecTed members oT Two oTher groups-The
Marching Band and The STudio
Band. The Marching Band is Truly
The "Pride oT PaciTic." FiTTy men
in snappy new whiTe uniTorms
provide colorTul music and maneu-
vers Tor The aThleTic season's games
and rallys. This group is also in
demand Tor civic TuncTions.
The STudio Band was organized
by Mr. Gordon Tor The develop-
menT oT iTs members. IT is made
up oT abouT TwenTy oT The more
advanced insTrumenTalisTs, and The
music played in This group com-
prises largely original and unpub-
"CONCENTRATION WITHOUT A CAMP"
if-. -'J3-' I
aaa- Ame- -I
THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR
"One of fhe mosf excellenf and arfisfic ,per-
formances I have ever heard," said Earle Blakes-
lee, presidenf of fhe California-Wesfern Music
Educafor's Confrenceg "An oufsfanding and su-
perior group"-Herman Trufner, prominenf music
educafor. These and similar commenfs are heard
wherever our A Cappella Choir appears. Pacific
is indeed iusfly proud of fhis organizafion and ifs
fine direcfor, J. Russell Bodley, for fhe splendid
work which fhey do. The Iiferafure in fhe choir's
reperfoire ranges from fhe mosf difficulf confra-
punfal sacred music fo fhe Iighfesf and mosf deli-
cafe folksong arrangemenfs for unaccompanied
A review of fhe choir's acfivifies during fhis
pasf year reveals an amazing number of accomp-
Iishmenfs. Included in fhe fradifional Chrisfmas
program was an oufsfanding performance of "A
Chrisfmas ChoraIogue,"wifh Roberf Lanning as
narrafor. This was highly praised by fhe several
audiences who heard if. The choir has had won-
derful opporfunifies fo experience radio perform-
ances, having sung on fhe broadcasf of "Pacific
Premiere," fhe "Music and American Youfh" pro-
gram originafing in San Francisco, and a broad-
casf from Los Angeles. The Iasf fwo menfioned
were fransconfinenfal releases. Also fo ifs credif
are fwo appearances af fhe Exposifion on Treas-
ure Island. Here on fhe campus fhe choir appears
weekly af fhe College Chapel hour.
March 27fh found fhe fhirfy-fwo fraveling
members of fhe choir sfarfing on fhe annual
Spring Tour which fook fhem fhis year fo Long
Beach where fhey were invifed fo appear af fhe
California-Wesfern Music Educafors Conference.
The four lasfed fen days, and en roufe fhey ap-
peared in fiffeen concerfs and a broaclcasf. In
ifs concerfs fhe choir is supplemenfed in infer-
mission by Norman Lamb, oufsfanding Pacific
violinisf, and Barbara and Bob Harrison, vocal
duo. The program is enfhusiacfically appreciaf-
ed by audiences everywhere.
Climaxing fhis complefely successful year
which fhe group has had, was fhe Annual Home
Concerf on May 23rd. No finer fribufe could
be given Mr. Bodley and fhe choir fhan fhe fre-
mendous and sincere ovafion fhey received here
af home for fheir fine work so well done!
The College Symphony Orchesfra occupies
an imporianl' place in ihe musical aciiviiies on
fhe campus. Irs direcior, Horace I. Brown, is a
musician of highesl meril'-his wide experience
and splendid musicianship are given 'ro +he Con-
servaiory as a violinisi, conduclor and insiruclor.
Under his skillful baion I'his organizaiion has
achieved a professional Ihoroughness and finesse
rarely found in a siudeni group.
I+ has been ihe cusiom of ihe Conservarory
each year Io preseni a'r ihe Spring Conceri some
widely known aH'racIion wiih Ihe orchesira. This
year ihe San Francisco Opera Ballel' appeared.
Four complele ballel' scenes were given wiih lhe
J. RUSSELL BODLEY
orchesira providing Ihe musical seliing. The
highlighi of Ihe program was a dramaiic ballei,
"Romeo and JuIieI"', sei' 'lo lhe music of Tschai-
kowsky. This difficuli work in which 'I'he orcheslra
and dancers were perfecily synchronized broughl'
forih enlhusiaslic acclaim from I'he audience.
Among I'he oiher aciiviiies of 'ihe orchesira
musl' be menlioned i+s parl' in Ihe broadcasi of
"Pacific Premiere". Early in I'he year a perfor-
mance in College Assembly was accorded high
approval by 'rhe sI'uden'I' body. Climaxing a very
successful year was 'Ihe annual Commencemeni
Concerr in which 'rhe orchesira accompanied
I'he graduafing seniors from I'he Conservaiory
in ihe concerios and arias which were offered.
THE TRIO . . . MILLER . . . TRABERT . . . LEE
LITTLE THEATRE ORCHESTRA '
The LiI"IIe Theafre Orchesira under I'he very
capable leadership of i+s direcior, Milron Kwale,
confinues fo be one of Ihe mosi acfive musical or-
ganizafions on Ihe campus. "Bigger and beHer
+han ever" apI'Iy describes I'he group and 'Ihe work
if is doing. The orches+ra funciions as an inI'egraI
,parI' of Pacific LiHIe Theafre-having provided
Ihe musical background and en+r'acI'es for nine pro-
ducfions during 'rhe year. Hs excellenf work has
been enI'husias'ricaIIy received by I'he Iheafre audi-
ences. Included also among I'his versa+iIe group's
acrivifies was i'Is par'r in furnishing +he musical ser-
fing for Ihe annual Dance Drama.
Members of 'Ihe LiH'Ie Thearre Orchesfra in-
clude some of Ihe mos'r 'ralenfed ins+rumen'IaIis+s in
'I'he Conservaiory of Music. Personnel of Ihe group
'rhis year numbers I:wenI'y-one.
Oboe Oiho York
Clarinel' Arlhur HoI'I'on
Bassoon Primo Yob
MILTON KWATE, DIRECTOR
A SECTION WITHOUT A SMILE . . .
Added l'his year +o +he numerous
performing groups in +he Conserva-
fory is ihe Ensemble, organized and
direcfed by Horace l. Brown. Here
'rhe si'uden+s have found an excellenf
oppor'runi+y 'For chamber music 'rrain-
ing, siudying fhis lype of worlc in all
of ifs phases. Noi only does lhe En-
semble 'lunciion as one comple+e
uni+, buf from 'rhis group o'rhers have
developed including a sfring quarfel
and lwo quinleis. The s+uden+s meel'
each Saiurdayg parl of ihe morning
is devoied fo playing in +he larger
group and The remainder of lhe lime
spenl' siudying lhe rich sfore of li'rer-
a+ure for quariel' and quinler.
The Ensemble is doing fhe Fiflh
Brandenburg Concerio of Bach. This
work is scored for sfrings, solo piano,
violin and fluie. Camille Goff, Nor-
man Lamb, and Phillip Hood are 'rhe
The quariel' and quinfel' appeared
al' fhe Haggin Ari Museum for Open
House Night and +he quarfei' also
assisled al' fhe A Cappella Choir
Home Concerf. During ihe spring
srudenl recilal series 'rhe second
Mr. Brown, under yvhose splendid
fraining lhese groups have ,progress-
ed, has afforded for all +he siudenls
in The Ensemble a rich and valuable
"H. l." . . . DEAN ELLIOTT . . . "POP"
EIIIIIIIIIS, SIIIHIIII HNII IIIIIIIII IIIEIIIIIS
The Reciral and Conceri Series confinues 'Io
be one of Ihe maior a'H'racI'ions in I'he Conser-
vaI'ory enjoyed by bolh 'rhe sI'udenI's and Ihe
general public. This year has been- rich in iis
yield of fine music sponsored and presenied by
Ihe Conservafory. The fall semesier was devoi-
ed Io Ihe ever popular faculiy recirals. During
Ihe spring, s'IudenI' and senior reciials and Ihe
Commencemeni Concerl' by I'he graduaiing sen-
iors were offered. In addifion ro Ihese we were
forfunare in having on our sI'age Virgil Fox, no'I'ed
organish Rose Resnick, sensarional blind pianish
EngIand's famous 'Iwo-par'r singers, Viola Morris
and VicI'oria Anderson: and ihe Bay Region Fed-
eral Symphony Orchesira conducied by Naihan
Abas. Anoiher source of symphonic music avail-
able and closely allied wi+h Ihe college is Ihe
Siocldon Symphony Orchesira which presenis len
conceris yearly. Several of 'Ihe Conservaiory
facuII'y and s'IudenI's are a par'r of I'his organi-
zalion. Horace I. Brown .who is I'he concerI'-
masier, appeared wiI'h ihe orchesfra as violin
soloish and Allan Bacon, also of 'Ihe Conservaiory
'FacuI+y, appeared as guesi piano soIoisI'.
The Annual Commencemenl' Concerl' feaiures concerios and arias by Ihe gradual-
ing members of Ihe Conservaiory accompanied by fhe orches'I'ra under I'he cIirecI'ion
of Horace I. Brown. This year seven members appeared in Ihe conceri which was en-
I'husiacI'icaIIy appreciaied by 'rhe many who heard il.
VIRGINIA SACK Variaiions Symphoniques sr.A,.ii... L L L .s,. ,Franck
ALICE WARRENS Piano Concerio No. 3 ..,..,,sssss LL sss. Beeihoven
NORMA BENTLEY Rilorna vinci'I'or IAidaI ..,,ss ....., ,...,a., ...,,,.,..,. V e rdi
LORENE SHOOK Piano Concerio in A minor A,issi. . .ss... Schumann
ALICE TILTON Organ Concerio No. 2 ............,., ,.,ssss L LL ..........., Handel
MARGARET GEORGE Adieu foresis IJeanne d'ArcI .,s.... sss. L L Tschailcowslcy
MURIEL LOGERWELL Piano Concerfo No. 4 .....L,LLLL.., ........L Beeihoven
SAN FRANCISCO OPERA BALLET "ROMEO AND JULIET"
January 6, I939, found I'he Pacific audiforium
wilh an "S. R. O." placard in Ihe enlry, Ihe oc-
casion being 'rhe elevenlh annual Band Frolic.
"Pop" Gordon, direcfor of Ihe band, originafed
Ihe idea of having 'rhis popourri of Tunes and
Ialenf for a Iwofold purgpose-+o give +he audi-
ence an evening of fine band music and fun, and
Io raise money for Ihe supporr of +he band.
These pasl eleven years have served 'ro eslablish
'rhe Band Frolic as one of The mos+ widely enjoyed
'rradilions on Ihe Pacific campus.
The firsi half of 'rhe evening's enferlainmenf
is devoled +0 a concerf given by The Symphonic
Band: Ihe second par+ is given over 'ro original
slcifs presenlecl by campus living groups. Prizes
are awarded 'rhe cleveresf acfs, and Ihis year
honors wenl Io Alpha TheI'a Tau, and Alpha
Kappa Phi. As has been Ihe cuslom in fhe pas'r,
an alumnus of Ihe college is presenfed as soloisf
wi+h Ihe band. Lawrence LiH'IeI'on, Irombonisi,
class of '35, appeared in Ihis concerf playing
"My Hearf af fhy Sweel' Voice". Anofher high-
lighl of The program was Ihe performance by 'Ihe
band of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".
ALPHA THETA'S FERDINAND THE
BULL . . . RHIZOMIA ALONG THE
MIDWAY . . . ARCHANlA'S NIGHT
IN A FRAT . . . THE LIFE OF STAGG
BY OMEGA PHI . . . TAU KAPPA'S
CHICAGO GAME . . . HONOLULA
BOUND WITH MU ZETA. -
if K N M
ff NX o,,,
Wi+h fhree complefely equipped slages and a s'I'rong nucleus of ,players +rained +hrough
several seasons, direcfor Delvlarcus Brown launched +he l5'rh season of Pacific LiH'le Theaire
-I5 years during which l'he college sfage has supplied S'rocld'on lheaire fans wi'rh lheir only
regular "legi+ima+e" drama bill, and iuslly earned for Pacific ,producfions 'lhe label of a "col-
lege-communify +hea+re". Versafile and popular players like Evelyn BarneH, winner lasf year
of 1'he F. Melvyn Lawson Award, Richard Mirslci, Eugene Minson, Marion Akers, Margaref
George, Vada Ward, Toni Rifberg and many oihers were ready for aclion in fhe Audiforium
Theafre, Oufdoor Theafre, and Sfudio Theafre. Olher names emerged during 'rhe season fo
equal ihese, and a four'I'h ou+le'r for acfing falenl' "Radio S+age" was developed under direc-
+ion of John Crabbe.
"THE FRONT PAGE"
An exqperimenf in communi+y cooperafion opened +he season, Thursday, Sepfember 29,
when "firs'r nigh'rers" came 'ro roar a+ Gene Minson as rhe cyclonic, pan+s-kicking, Swede re-
por+er "Hildy Johnson", and +o gasp a+ 'rhe rowdy, racing, drama of a Chicago press room,
CANDIDS FROM "LI LlOM"
'Z Q S' 2
"LILlOM" . . . FINAL SCENE
where "gen'rlemen" of +he profession "cur +hroa+" for sensalional news leads +o make up "The
Fron'r Page". Two "real life" reporiers, members of +he American Newspaper Guild and lhe
S+ock+on Record slaff, Georg Meyers, and Jack Kemp, lransferred 'lheir 'I'ypewri+ers +o Marc
Bro,wn's effecrive canvas and painl press room, lo give au'rhen+ici+y 'ro 'l'he newspaper scene.
They added more lhan +rim, however, bolh coming lhrough wilh robus'r charac'I'ers and felling
comedy. In 'rhe lead role, Minson cap'I'ured l'he high speed, high ,pressure, infallible "news-
nose"-fhe essence of Hildy Johnson, and made him real 'ro fhree large audiences ihal' gave
lhe show a rousing receplion. He represenied, foo, a fine bi+ of casfing on lhe parl' of Marc
Brown, a mas+er of This parficular and imporlanl arf in play produclion. In all, Minson rose
s+rongly +o his besl acling opporlunily lo dale. A casl of +wen'ry iwo makes impossible an
eslimafe of each, buf bouquels or four bells or whal' have you should go +0 Doris Rankin for her
engaging porfrayal of Jennie, elderly scrub woman. Vada Ward did all 1'ha+ Hildy's besl' girl
"Peggy" would allow any charming young ingenue +o accomplish. Claribel Coffman grasped
a richer opporfunily and did a smashing emo+ionalin+erpre+a+ion of "Mollie", vic+im of press-
rufhlessness. Bui 'ro recall 'rhe whole roaring lol of lhem 'rhal' smashed 'rheir way lhrough "The
Fronf Page", here is l'he balance of fhe cash Howard Thurslon, Leslie Knoles, Marion Akers,
Richard Briggs, Carl Fuller, Bud Meyers, Toni Rifberg, Elfon Marlin, Richard Mirski, William
Ramsey, Barbara Alberfson, Roberf Laning, Alberf Miller, Jack Holmes, Howard Thurslon, Dan
Looney, and Max Sobel.
"THE GHOST FLIES SOUTH"
The Li+'rle Theafre look +o 'rhe road for Hs second ven+ure, playing a lighr comedy "The
Ghosl' Flies Sou+h", in Lodi and Angels Camp, and refurning +o Sfockion for a Homecoming
day engagement Bernadine Badger and Marion Akers played +he iuvenile leads, and Doris
Rankin scored again in "characler". Dick Mirski ,played an Indian squaw and The whole casi'
had greai' fun frouping-which i+ did very eFFicien1'ly.wi+h +he aid of a good sfage crew. Bas-
ed on i'he success of "The Ghosf Flies Sou1'h" 'I'he fheafre hopes io keep a reperfory produc-
lion in sfock each season for our-of-fown booking. The balance of 'rhe casf included fhe fol-
lowing: Bobbin Gay Peck, Carl Fuller, LaH'a Ross, Toni Rifberg, Howard Thurs+on, Jean Hod-
ger+, and Mariorie Larsen.
December firsi saw one of Marc Brown's fines? arl'is'ric venlures, long in +he direc+or's mind
as a fine producfion for Pacific, Franz Molnar's s+range, in+riguing play "Lilliom". The +i'rle
role wenl' +o Richard Mirski wi+h Reba Sinclair op,posi+e as "Julie". "LiIiom" belongs among fhe
'firsi half dozen finesl' achievemenfs on Pacific sfages. This could noi' be said excepf for ihe fine
and balanced work of acfors, +echnicians, and direc'ror. Lighiing played a special funcfion in cre-
afion of mood, and John Crabbe was righfly programmed wiih a special credil' for producing
+hese eFFec+s. The maior aciion was seen againsi' a fascina+ing uni'r, se+ in space and ,pooled
in ligh+. Bu+ fhere was a s+rong accem' in +he confrasiing exferior se+s, +he park, and +he rail-
OUTDOOR THEATRE BACK-STAGE "ANGLE"
"THE GHOST OF YANKEE DOODLE"
road embanlcmenf, and in The purely imaginalive "heaven". Mirski's Liliom had pene1'ra+ion
and range of characfer, and Reba Sinclair reflecfed fhe very essence of Julie, naive simpli-
cify. Characfer paris were all sharply drawn, wi'rh Audrey Krasnow ,perhaps 'raking honors
'For +his +ype of ac'I'ing as fhe smouldering "Mrs. Muslca+". No less clear cur was Howard Thurs-
+on's "Ficsur", and Lucian Sco'H' added rare poise and dignify as 1'he heavenly magis+ra+e be-
fore whom Liliom sfands for iudgmenf. Ano1'her near per'Fec'r bil' was Harriel' Budin's "Marie"
and Lois Wheeler was a find in lhe delicaie bi+ of "Louise". A rare feeling of rich experience
and fine achievemenf is surely refained by fhe enfire company which included: Claribel Coff-
man, Max Gobel, Eugene Minson, Pierce Young, Richard Briggs, Elfon Marlin, Alberf Miller,
Elfon Cencirulo, Roberl' Laning, Jack Holmes, Bud Meyers, Howard Hansbrow, William Nich-
ley, Bill Hunefeld, Jr., Berl' Chance, Jean Marie Marbleslone, and Mary Ann Boiron.
"GEORGE AND MARGARET"
Pacific LiHle Thealre offers a decidedly varied bill of +hea'rre fare, and +he January show
ficlcled a new 'rasie for 1'he season. The play was Gerald Savory's half-demenfed comedy
"George and Margare'r"-bu+ said George and Margaref fail 1'o,pu+ in an appearance dur-
ing +hree convulsing ac+s-which is a clue fo iusf how "cock-eyed" fhe piece really is. As well
as providing hundreds ol laughs, 285 ol lhem by counl, lhe show eslablished Luke Scoll as lhe
all-lime all-Pacilic comedian, and leads Slocklon lans lo wonder why he wasn'l kepl on Broad-
way aller lwo seasons wilh lhe New York Guild. Bul il's Pacil'ic's luck lhal he is back on lhe
boards here. Scoll was leamed wilh Margarel George-and lhere was no lack ol balance.
Miss George, whose presence in lhe casl lisl is a neal allileralion wilh lhe play lille, played
lhe comic possibililies ol "Mrs. Garlh-Bander" lo lhe limil and was never overshadowed.
She carried lhe lasl len minules ol lhe second acl-single handed- in a lirade scene which
ke,pl lhe audience whooping lill lhe curlain, a lrick lhal requires real lechnique. Bul lor sheer
hysleria, lhe climaclic momenl was scored by June Sprague as lhe inarliculale "Beer", whose
one "lerrilic" momenl on lhe slage will go down as among lhe lunniesl ol all lime. Dick Briggs
counled his share ol laughs, and Max Gobel and Gail Scheere were good in really dilficull
roles. Ellon Cencirulo scored wilh comedy in a dillerenl vein, while Bobbin Gay Peck con-
linuecl her successlul career as a slage maid.
"THE GHOST OF YANKEE DOODLE"
The l00lh produclion direcled by DeMarcus Brown, and lhe Wesl-Coasl premiere ol a
lealure New York produclion combined lo make "The Ghosl ol Yankee Doodle" one ol lhe
nolable occasions ol Pacilic drama hislory. The direclor looks back over a schedule ol produc-
lion which is unique in weslern lhealre groups, and looks ahead lo new ideas and liner pro-
duclions. Evelyn Barnell 'Found her lealure role ol lhe season in lhe .parl ol Sara Garrison,
and lound il lo her liking. Wrillen by Sidney Howard expressly lor Elhel Barrymore, Pacilic's
leading woman, in her own mode, did nol lall shorl ol a rich characler wilh range ol power
CHARACTER SHOTS FROM "GEORGE AND MARGARET"
ELTON CENCIRULO . . . BOBBIN GAY PECK . . . LUCIAN SCOTT . . . MARGARET GEORGE
"GEORGE AND MARGARET"
and engaging charm. Miss BarneH' has +he poise and vi+ali'l'y which make for real "s1'age pres-
ence", and was comple+ely convincing as +he gracefully refired aclress she porfrayed. Cul'
from behind his flals and swilchboards came slaff Sfage Manager John Crabbe +o play op-
posiie Evelyn Barne++ in fhe powerful role of James Madison Clevenger, 'lhe publishing gian'r
who confrolled vasl areas of public opinion fhrough his grea'r chain of newspapers. Crabbe's
acfing mel' a severe lesl' in The heavily dramalic, 'lragic laden closing scenes of 'lhe play, bul' he
kep+ ihem wiihin bounds in an amazing manner. Ano'rher large casf limi'l's commeni' on "The
Ghosl' of Yankee Doodle" company bul' ofher sfand oufs cerfainly included Marion Akers
who hi'r +he fines? success of his four year college sfage career as 'I'he devil-may-care flier
"Sieve Andrews" played in a banlering "Clark Gable-ish" manner. Dick Mirski's "Rudi" was
excellenf in characfer and convincing ma'ruri+y, while Toni Rifberg was a 'lhoroughly charm-
ing ingenue, Joan Garrison. We can'+ forgei' Claribel Coffman, and of course lhe maid-
Bobbin Gay Peck. Many olhers are wor+hy of menlion, as is fhe beaufiful and anl'hen+ic in-
lerior designed by fhe direcior, in which 'lhe acfion was mounled. ln all "The Ghosl' of Yan-
kee Doodle" was a really solid drama, solidly direcred and acfed, impressively sfaged, and
smarlly dressed: a +imely play, well fimed, and a fiH'ing vehicle 'for 'I'he significanl occa-
sion. Ofhers in The casf were: Bud Meyers, AI Miller, Roberl' Laning, Marcia Lou Brown, Ar-
den Farey, Dan Looney, William Ramsey, Herman Spindf, Glenn Tanner, Georg Meyers,
Max Gobel, and Eugene Minson.
1' ' ' lil? 'S
Anofher hisfory making momenf on fhe Pacific sfage came March I6, I7, and I8 wifh
fhe firsf scripf by an under-graduafe ever produced as a maior feafure of fhe Li'H'Ie Theafre
season under Marc Brown's direcfion-Ihe premiere of 'rhe new musical comedy "Hi! Spiri+sI"
lyrics, songs, and Iibreffo by Harold Rogers. Wifh musical direcfion by Wilhelmina Harberf,
and Camille Goff and Allan Harking af a pair of pianos, a large casf of LiH'Ie Theafre ,players
and Conservafory singers wenffo work on 'Iwo acfs of rollicking sfory wifh I9 songs, chorus,
and dance feafures. Opening nighf house was slim, every body waifing 'ro be shown fhaf a
young wrifer could furn ouf a big fime show. And fhen fhe big surprise-a smash hi+ 'Ihaf
senf huge audiences on fheir way home whisfling cafchy new funes, roaring over side-s,pIi'H'ing
comedy and falking abouf a greaf show. Overnighf, "Hi! Spirifs!" was sold fo Sfockfon and
Pacific, and fhere were smiles in fhe box office Friday and Safurday nighf as fans packed in for
fwo more smash performances. The hif players?-all of fhem - Ied by Margaref George who
sang brillianfly fhroughouf, Rufh Crane on skafes, Luke "FriI'ferbug" Scoff, Hazel Ufz, Dick
Briggs, and many ofhers. The enfire performance was recorded in fhe Campus Sfudio. And
many are fhe Pacificifes who will someday be proud 'ro say, "Hal Rogers? Sure! I know him well-
wenf fo Pacific wifh him back in '39". And here is 'rhe resf of 'rhe "Hi! Spiri'I's" company: Barbara
Harrison, Charloffe Smifh, Margaref Lee, Vada Ward, Audrey Krasnow, Harmon Ginn, Doris
Rankin, Ted Uppman, Leslie Knoles, Lewis Ford, William Ramsey, Douglas Cossiff, William
Workman, Dorofhy Bragheffa, Charloffe Meeske, Rufh Coward, Barbara Alberfson, Barbara
Caswell, Consfance Moore, Laurie Applegarfh, Geraldine Tanner, Eugene Minson, Billy Hune-
feld, Jr., Barney Bernard, AI Liedsfrand, Bruce Moorehead, John Lucas, Earl Kramer, and
"HI! SPIRITS!" . . . TRIO
SEANCE SCENE FROM "HI! SPIRITS!"
Yn.'IfX'xn.a' fl .. f'
T 'T4'fI II
"HI! SPIRITS!" COMPANY
An all Thefa Alpha Phi casf, direcfed by fhe aufhor, sfaged Arf Farey's biographical play,
"Bolivar" on April 2 I, fhe firsf full Iengfh play ever wriffen abouf fhe greaf Soufh American Iib-
erafor, and mosf dramafic figure in American hisfory, Norfh or Soufh. Richard Mirski was a
sfriking Iilceness physically, and accurafely profrayecl fhe characfer of Simon Bolivar as infer-
prefed by fhe aufhor. Presenfed oufside fhe regular season, for one performance only, fhe
producfion was approved by a Iimifed audience, and successfully advanced original produc-
fions af Pacific, a frend which fhe direcfor is anxious fo fosfer. Vada Ward, as Maria Teresa,
and Claribel Coffman as fhe glamorous Manuela Saenz, were bofh oufsfanding, porfraying
fhe fwo women who mosf influenced BoIivar's Iife. MirsIci's porfrayal carried him from fhe
youfh of Bolivar fo fhe heighf of his career as fhe Iiberafor of five Soufh American nafions. The
Iarge casf included: Lucian Scoff, Toni Rifberg, Roberf Laning, Evelyn Barneff, Max Gobel,
Richard Briggs, Bobbin Gay Peck, Bud Meyers, Marfha Pierce, Alberf Miller, Georg Meyers,
Kennefh Sfo.weII, Marion Akers, Leslie Knoles, Eugene Minson, Kennefh Sfowell, and Margaref
Euripedes "EIecfra" sfaged in fhe beaufiful Oufdoor Theafre, Safurday, June I0 as a
feafure of fhe commencemenf season, rings down fhe curfain on fhe Liffle TheaI're's I5fh
season, and brings fhe serial number of maior sfage producfions af Pacific fo I2I. Twice
before, classic Greek drama has been presenfed wifh greaf success af Pacific, "The Troian
Women" and "Medea". The main parf in "Elecfra" is ,played in specfacular fashion by Aud-
rey Krasnow, who has made a rapid climb fo a fop casfing in one year af Pacific. "Oresfes"
is sfrongly porfrayed by Henry Hobson, well suifed fo classic drama modes, and concluding
his nofable Pacific acfing career. The balance of fhe casf includes Claribel Coffman, Eu-
gene Minson, Roberf Laning, Jack Holmes, Bud Meyers and Richard Mirski, The fradifional
chorus group is headed by Barbara Alberfson, and includes Bobbin Gay Peck, Toni Rifberg,
Lois Wheeler, Bernadine Badger, Judifh Sullwold, Vada Ward, Reba Sinclair, Bernice Marko-
wifz, Dorofhy Bragheffa, Lillian Kahn, Rufh Coward, and Mary Ann Bolfon.
Unsung fechnical workers, who handled scenic and lighf demands, cosfumes and sound
effecfs, played an indispensable parf in all Pacific fheafrical venfures for fhe year. AI Miller,
Bobbin Gay Peck, Dick Mirski, and Dale Rose all served as sfage managers for major produc-
fions, Rose handling fhe assignmenf for fhree infricafe producfions, "Hi! Spirifs!", "Bolivar",
and "The Ghosf of Yankee Doodle".
In fhe elecfrical division Doug Cossif pulled swifches mosf offen, wifh Joe Downey, Al
Miller, Glenn Tanner, and John Lucas also on fhe iob. Peggy Bigham, Charloffe Meeske, Mar-
garef Hughes, Edifh Kidder, Claribel Coffman, and Eugene Minson managed wardrobe assign-
menfs, wifh Minson doing a greaf deal of clever designing fhroughouf fhe season nof idenfi-
fied on programs. Liffle Theafre Orchesfra direcfed by Milfon Kwafe firsf semesfer, and Nor-
man Lamb fhe second, confribufed maferially fo fhe success of Liffle Theafre producfions.
SCENE FROM "BOLIVAR" ACT III
'AARON SLICK FROM
FAC U LTY PLAY
"THE PATH ER"
Pacific's experimenfal laboraiory siage, fhe
Siudio Theafre, saw seven producfions all sfaged
under sludenl' direcfion, and each seen in 'ihree
or more performances. Pacific drama sfudenis
have an oppor'runi+y for producfion experience
here, unusual in 1'he college world. Many players
who gof iheir slari in "downs+airs" shows ,played
feafure roles 'lhis year in maior produc+ions. The
sludio schedule follows:
Opening Oc'r. 20: Gammer Gur+on's Needle
Direclorz Richard Palriquin
Opening Nov. I7: Aaron Slick From Punlcin
Direcforz LaH'a Ross
Opening Dec. 8: Pinocchio
Direcrorz Verna Duns+an
Opening Feb. 2: The Mislress of +he lnn
Direcforz Barbara Bower
Opening Mar. 23: The Falher
Direclorz Richard Mirslci
Opening Apr. 27: I+ Can'+ Happen Here
Direclorz Clair Ta'H'on
Opening May I8: Lena Rivers
Direciorz Mariorie Larsen
For 'Ihe las'r Iwo semesiers fhe Pacific Weekly has carried a weekly fealure column known
as "The Ca+'s Whisker", devored 'Io radio news ifems, program and performance commenls
and criiicisms, picI'ures of a few of 'Ihe be'H'er known radio favoriles, resuH's of PaciI'ic's 'rwo
Radio Polls, and informaiion concerning radio facilifies and a'H'racI'ions af Ihe Golden Gale
During 'Ihese Iwo semesfers your correspondeni' has enioyed correspondence from several
of 'Ihe "big" names in radio, such as Kay Kyser, Jack Benny, "Bing" Crosby, Fred Allen, Ira
Blue and Abram Chasins, no'Ied Radio Ci+y concer'r pianisf. Sfudenfs and 'Facul+y alike have
been very gracious in Iheir commenlrs and crificisms of The Ca'r's Whisker, and your radio
edilor expresses his sincere appreciafion and Ihanks aI Ihis Iime. "The Billboard", a nafional
amusemeni' Irade magazine, carried a 'Few commen+s of I'his corresponden+ in a recenf issue,
ART FAREY, ASSISTANT CAMPUS STUDIO DIRECTOR . . . JOHN CRABBE, CAMPUS STUDIO
DIRECTOR . . . GEORGE ROSS. KWG MANAGER. CALIFORNIA RADIO SYSTEM
1 ' -"-A 'I
April 22nd, in an ariicle en'ri+led
"Campus Raps and Raves". Herb
Caen of 'rhe San Francisco Chron-
icle has been very kind in his com-
menfs and remarks aboui' "The Ca'r's
Whisker" in several le'I"rers received
here 'rhis +erm.
Radio has for many years played
an imporiani' ,parf in 'rhe lives and
programs of Pacific siudenfs and
faculfy. If has been a very impor-
'ran+ adiuncf 'ro fhe curriculum of
ihe college, serving as an excelleni
medium and aid by which sfudenfs
r and facul+y may express +hemselves,
H. ' .l as a parl' of +heir college work and
RADIO PREMIERE acfiviiies-
Promineni in The radio acfiviiies on fhis campus has been 'rhe able and devoied direcfion
of John Crabbe, campus siudio direcior. Assisring him in direcforial ca,paci+ies has been Ari
Farey, business manager of +he Pacific Liiile Theaire. Bolh have produced and announced
several of ihe campus sfudio 'ieafure programs including, "Musical Porfrai+s", "The Book Pa-
rade", "Campus Corresponden+", "Pacific Symposium", "Radio S+age", and "The World
Today", conducfed by Dr. Tully C. Knoles, Presidenf of +he College of Pacific, a Monday
class fearure program. This la++er ,program has enioyed a weekly release over +he eniire Cali-
fornia Radio Sysfem.
"Radio S1'age", produced by John Crabbe, has feafured a 'rhirieen week produc+ion of
plays by Guy de Maupassanf, which have been enioyed by 'Thousands of en+husias+ic lisreners
ihroughoui' ihis seciion of ihe s+a+e, and has been released over KWG, Sfockion. LiH'le Theaire
players have made u,p ihe casfs in rhis series.
"Campus Corresponden'r", produced by Ari Farey and announced by Bill Becker, has re-
ceived considerable commen+ 'from sfudenf lisfeners and oufsiders as well. Timely irems of
from ofher campi have been fhe main subiec+
ma'H'er of 'rhis program. GALEN "SWB" HARVEY
"Musical Porirai+s" have feafured fhe lives of
grea+ composers in song and siory, and has been
produced by Ari Farey. "The Book Parade" has
won a fine audience ihrough 1'he inieresfing com-
menfs of i+'s commenfaior, Miss Bobbin Gay
Peck. "Pacific Symposium", a ,panel discussion
iype of program concerning perfinenf problems
of fhe day, has won increasing favor and has
been produced by Dr. Roy C. McCall.
Pacific's Premiere on February 8, I939, was
iparficularly significanl in several ways, as John
Crabbe s+a+ed in a news ifem in ihe Pacific
Weekly on February 3rd, "This show marks +he
official dedica+ion of 'rhe Campus S+udio's new
fie-up wi+h KWG and 'I'he beginning of Pacific's
1 1 'N
HOWARD BAILEY-KFBK DOROTHY "PETER"BROWN NBC HOLLYWOOD-'28
CALIF. RADIO SYSTEM A
ninfh year of campus broadcasfing .... " The program was broadcasf from fhe Pacific Aud-
iforium fhrough fhe facilifies of KWG, Sfockfon, for fwo full hours, wifh one half hour of fhe
bill being released fo fhe California Radio Sysfem nefwork. This was fhe largesf venfure of
ifs kind ever affempfed af Pacific and fhe fwo hour show enlisfed fhe services of over a score
of Pacific personalifies, arfisfs, and musical organizafions.
Lasf semesfer and repeafing again fhis semesfer your radio edifor conducfed Pacific's
firsf radio polls. Several quesfions including, "Whaf is your favorife band?", "Your favorife
commedian?", "Your favorife vocalis'I'?", "Your favorife Nefwork?" and many ofhers were
included on fhe ballofs. The firsf poll revealed fhaf over 250 sfudenfs and faculfy fook parf.
This semesfer nearly fwice fhaf many answered fhe poll quesfions. NBC was accorded fhe
honor of being Pacifics favorife nefwork, Jack Benny won fhe sfudenf favor, bofh fimes, as
fheir favorife commedian, "Bing" Crosby was decidedly Pacific's favorife ,popular radio voca-
lisf, and Kay Kyser, received fhe mosf plaudifs for favorife bands on fhe air. Arfie Shaw's
combo, unknown lasf year, received a fine second place posifion in fhe poll fhis semesfer.
Many were surprised fhaf nofed orchesfras like fhose of Benny Goodman's, Tommy Dorsey's,
Skinnay Ennis's and Henry King's received far less vofes fhan fheir nafional popularify would
indicafe fhey would. The facf fhaf Kay Keyser received highesf honors bofh semesfers is a
definife indicafion fhaf Pacific likes his music and sfyle besf and fhaf such orchesfras like fhose
menfioned herefofore haven"r fhe flash or consisfenf organizafion and fempo as has Kyser.
Since your correspondenf was given fhe "go" signal by Edifor Becker lasf ferm, if has
been his desire and dream fhaf fhings mighf work ouf here so fhaf an annual Radio Day would
be insfifufed af Pacific. This was realized, af leasf fhe firsf evenf of 'rhis kind was sfaged af
Pacific on May Ilfh, I939. Radio personalifies from fhe San Francisco NBC sfudios were
guesfs on fhe campus and appeared during fhe morning assembly ,period along wifh several
Pacificifes who are graduafing fhis ferm and who are parficularly falenfed as enferfainers,
musicians, and vocalisfs. lra Blue of "Lef's Lisfen" and "Sporfs Graphics" fame from San
Francisco NBC was masfer-of-ceremonies. The evenf was enioyed by all and we look wifh a
greaf deal of pleasure foward fhe nexf Radio Day.
Thus ends a review of I938-39 radio acfivifies af Pacific.
In fhe fine new siudios aloH'ed ii' lhis year, fhe arf deparimenl of The iunior college, un-
der +he guidance of Miss Charloffe Spalreholz, broughi' +o rhe school during 'rhe year a series
of six exhibifs from +he San Francisco Museum of Ari exiension division. Wafer colors by John
Olsen, Los Angeles ariisf, were shown during 'ihe 'Fall semesfer in a special exhibiiiong Federal
Ari' Proiecf arfisfs were represenied fo +he s+uden+s ihrough a permanenf loan of a woodcar-
ving and a number of wafer color painfingsg 'rhe archiiecfure of buildings on Treasure Island
was feafured in anorher showing, all promofed by +he J. C. arf s+udio. S'ruden+ exhibirs of
work by individuals and groups were also shown, Lucille Shelley and Bob Baslian were able lo
sell a number of fheir own works, specifically wafer colors, as a resull.
Special work for oulside organizafions by individual sfudenfs included decorafions on a
Treasure Island 'rheme for an Elks' Club dance by Bob Davis: Ti+les for fhe Science Depar'I'men+
Deaih Valley film, by Bob Shedd, and Olympic Games placards, displaying emblems +0 be
sold in order +o send +he U. S. 'Team +0 Finland in I940, were made by Roberi Reece, Bob
Lucas, and Bill Nichley.
lnferesfing accomplishmenfs by classes included fwo fables of arfisfic flower arrangemenfs
as a parficipafion in fhe Sfockfon Garden Club Flower show, and a confribufion fo a confesf
for ,posfers used in adverfising fhe French Deparfmenf sponsored movie by fhe Arf Sfrucfure
class, fhe class in Form, ifs Represenfafion and lnferprefafion gained fheir firsf experience
in drawing fhe human figure wifh a professional model: confesf wifh modern French painfers
of various schools was gained by fhe Appreciafion of Arf class fhrough visifs fo fhe Haggin
Memorial Arf Galleries-Museum: fhe Oufdoor Skefching class produced efchings as 'rhe culmin-
afion of a semesfers work in fhe field: wafer color and oil painfings were creafed by fhe Painf-
ing class. An underfaking of an experimenfal nafure which proved successful, sfarfed dur-
ing fhis year wifh fhe Sfudio Problems class which offered opporfunify for individual work un-
der a capable advisor.
Anofher new feafure of fhe lower division arf deparfmenf was fhe addifion of courses
in inferior decorafion and home planning, faughf by Mrs. Maxine Garrigan.
Miss Grace Cornog, a faculfy addifion fo fhe arf deparfmenf fhis year, presenfed a course
in Merchandising Design, which offered acfual experience in down fown sfores, as well as in-
sfrucfion in window display, sfore arrangemenf, packaging, posfer design, leffering and color
harmony, fhe Cosfume Design class gained experience fhrough a proiecf involving fhe design-
ing of a wardrobe suifable for, and pleasing fo, selecfed women on fhe campus: members of
fhe Texfile classes designed and execufed pafferns in fexfile producfs such as linen, clofhing,
and decorafive panels: weaving, bafik, sfencil, and block prinf were employed as mediums.
Herberf E. Welch insfrucfed fhe class in Insfrumenfal Drawing, which offered blue-,prinf
making and mechanical drawing fechnique.
The senior college arf deparfmenf, under fhe guidance of E. Grace Ward experienced
a 'rerm of advancemenf and experience unequalled for many years.
One of fhe experimenfs fried was fhe new course, Elemenfary Craffs for Teachers, fhe
class consfrucfed a scale modle of fhe campus as a proiecf.
This deparfmenf was insfrumenfal in bringing an exhibif from fhe Chouinard School of Arf
in Los Angeles for a weeks display in Weber Hall.
ln addifion fo fhe above inovafions, fhe esfablished classes
were acfive in specialized fields: among fhe inferesfing accomplish-
menfs, were fhe following: The Modeling and Casfing class crafed
figurines which were glazed and fired: fhe class in Advanced De-
sign experimenfed in unclerglazed painfing and did colorful sefs
of dishes in free brush design. Wafer color, oil, and pen and ink
work was done by fhe Life Anafomy and Oufdoor Skefching
Under fhe supervision of DeMarcus Brown, fhe class in Sfage
and Cosfume Design consfrucfed models of hisforic fypes of
fheafers and sfage seffings for designafed plays.
The Effa E. Boofh Memorial Library Book Fund was sfarfed
fhis year when booklefs, incorporafing a hand colored replica of a
miniafure magazine, designed by Miss Boofh when she was a liffle
girl, were disfribufed as adverfisemenfg confribufions .were receiv-
ed from former arf sfudenfs from as far away as Rome, lfaly.
One of fhe mosf memorable evenfs of campus life fhis year
was fhe oufdoor arf sale held on fhe porch of fhe Club House by
fhe iunior college arf deparfmenf on May second, and by fhe sen-
ior college arf deparfmenf on May sixfeenfh. These showings of
sfudenf work were inspired by fhe now famous open-air arf ex-
hibifs in Washingfon Square, New York Cify, where a depression
fime proiecf was such a success fhaf year affer year, if has con-
finued as a fradifion. The purpose of fhese special arf days was
fo afford sfudenfs of all of fhe deparfmenfs fhe Qpporfunify fo
acquire by sale or barfer, drawings and painfings, examples of
fheir fellow sfudenfs work.
THE FRESHMAN GRUNT AND GROAN IN A ROPE
PULLING VICTORY OVER A SURPRISED SOPHOMORE
CLASS IN THE SOPH-FROSH BRAWL . . . THE TIGERS
SWEEP THROUGH FRESNO STATE TO WIN THE FAR
WESTERN CONFERENCE . . . A BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS
NOT MARRED BY PARKED CARS . . . SAW WOODEN
HORSES BAR THE PATHS AND PROTECT THE WALK-
ERS LIFE . . . A NEW LIBRARY LIT AT NIGHT . . . AND
THE LONGEST LINE WAITING TO COMPLETE REGIS-
TRATION . . .
I IHIS IIHII
THERE WERE COSTUMES,
CARICATURES, AND CUT-UPS
GALORE AT THE FOURTH AN-
NUAL MARDI GRAS . . .A
PRE-CAMPAIGN THAT RIVALED
NONE AND SAW THE BENGAL
SONS ELECT ATKINSON . . .
THE LAWN CUT AND TRIMMED
EACH DAY . . . AND A SEN-
IOR WITH CAP AND GOWN
Under fhe wafchful eyes of fhe Publicafions
Commiffee, l938-39 saw Pacific Publicafions ad-
vance fo hifherfo unaffained peaks.
Wifh Bill Becker as chairman, fhe commiffee
kepf a close check on all finances perfaining fo
fhe Weekly and fhe Naraniado, wifh fhe resulf
fhaf for fhe firsf fime in many years bofh maior
publicafions showed a profif af fhe end of fhe
Sfandards of fhe publicafions were raised
considerably. The Weekly received a firsf class
honor rafing from fhe Associafed Collegiafe
Press in compefifion wifh over 400 schools
fhroughouf fhe counfry, ranked second only fo
fhe U. S. C. Daily Troian of fhe California papers
enfered in fhe confesf. The paper used a modi-
fied informal sfyle of make-up and confinuecl an
ediforial policy of "Pacific news firsf." Numer-
ous cufs, candid as well as porfraif, enlivened fhe
pages of fhe Weekly confinually during fhe year.
Dick Eafon as business manager of fhe Weekly
sef a precedenf for "go-geffemness" fhaf will
serve as an incenfive for all fufure managers.
Wifh special inducemenfs for early purchase,
fhe Naraniado was offered fo P. S. A. members
af low rafes according fo a plan worked ouf by
Business Manager Fred Boyes. The I939 year-
book, a sfreamlined annual in every respecf-
color, design and copy, feafures good phofogra-
phy and unusual phofographic layoufs which fhe
edifors hope will be pleasing fo fhe eye.
The Frosh Bible was fhe producf of fhe com-
bined efforfs of Tom Rippey, lasf year's publica-
fion chairman, and Bill Becker.
The Bengal Bullefin was edifed by Mary Gal-
Working on fhe Publicafions Commiffee wifh
Becker in fhe pasf year were Dick Eafon, Dick
Loomis, Francis Finney, Bob Basfian, Fred Boyes,
Bob Wenfz, Beffy Dixon, Gregg Phifer and
Gladys Hughes. The I938-39 commiffee was
one of fhe mosf efficienf groups in Pacific pub-
WENTZ . . . DIXON
BOYES . . . FINNEY
EATON . . . HUGHES
IRISH . . . DUNLAP . . . BIDDICK . . . KIENTZ
BECKER . , HEPBURN . . . BRONZICH . . . FARLEY
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Erwin Farley P. S. A. presidenf may well
be proud of his adminisfrafion. Working
hard fo give fhe sfudenfs a balanced pro-
gram of college acfivifies, Farley more fhan
succeeded. Heading fhe social affairs of
fhe P. S. A. was Junan Bronzich, vice-presi-
denf, who climaxed a year of varried sfu-
denf dances wifh fhe Class Day Classic Hop.
Wifh a spray of flowing backhand, "Leffy"
Madge Hepburn as secrefary, kepf all min-
ufes and records of 'rhe Associafion. To
freasurer Francis Finney fell fhe fask of ar-
ranging fhe budgef on a per-cenfage basis.
A scheme invoked for fhe firsf fime in an af-
fempf fo arrive af a successful plan fo dis-
fribufe fhe sfudenf body money.
The general aim of fhe Execufive com-
ATKINSON . . . MORRALL . . . DOW
STONE . . . GRIFFITHS . . . FINNEY
miffee for fhe year was fhe blending of 'rhe
old college fradifions wifh fhe new and fry-
ing fo keep fhe fwo schools from driffing foo
far aparf. lmporfanf business enacfed dur-
ing fhe year were ill a revision of fhe consfi-
fufiong l2l final paymenf on fhe Childress
swimming pool: l3l fhe Fourfh Annual Mardi
Gras: l4l fhe ioining of fhe Nafional Sfudenf
Federafion of America: and l5l sending Tre-
vor Griffifh fo fhe Nafional Conference af
BRONZICH . . . FINNEY . . . HEPBURN
The Sfudenl' Affairs Commiffee is purely a busi-
ness organizafion endeavoring fo handle 'rhe sfudenf
governmenf and fhe discipline of fhe school in a fair
and infelligenf manner.
This commiffee was begun in 'lhe school year of
I92I-22, when fhe College of ihe Pacific was locafed
ai' San Jose. Roberf Breeden, now skafing experi-
and afhlefic direcfor, was 'lhe,presiden1'. The Sfudenf
Affairs CommiH'ee for 'rhe pasf year, headed by Bill
Biddick as chairman and Lora Lou Childs as secrefary,
mel' usually fwice a monfh or of'rener in Anderson Hall.
Perhaps fhe mosf imporfanf accomplishmenf of
The Commi'H'ee was 'I'he esfablishing of a new 'rraffic
sysfem. During 'ihe day cars are kepf oul' of fhe main
s+ree'rs befween fhe buildings on 'rhe campus, 'rhus
confribufing 'ro 'rhe safefy of 'rhe sfudenfs.
Secondly, sfudenf discipline was enforced during
games an on frain +ri,ps fo fhe foofball games.
The Beef Box was esfablished and placed in 'rhe
main hall of fhe Adminisfrafion Building so +ha+ sfu-
denfs could hand in anyfhing fhey cared fo concerning
any 'iype of campus problem, wifhouf disclosing fheir
A Pacific Tradifions Commiffee was appoinfed
fo invesfigafe fhe fradifions of fhe College and fo
beffer fheir enforcemenf.
There was also an invesfigafion of fhe locker prob-
lem, fo learn whefher or noi' sfudenfs living in fown
would care fo renf lockers for fheir books. The maH'er
was lafer dropped.
Members of fhe commiffee are Marfin Pulich, Nor-
man Lamb, Galen Harvey, Dick Pafriquin, Irvin
Grubbs, Rae Hungerford, Beverly Miller and June
Lane. Faculfy members are Dean Berg and Dean
FARLEY . . . BIDDICK
.GRUBBS . . . LANE . . . CORSON . . . CHILDS
GALTON . . . HUNGERFORD . . . PULICH
Forensic ac+ivi+y of 'rhe PSA reached a new high fhis
year, by far fhe mosl' successful in local his+ory. Two
new coaches in fhe Sfocldon Junior College, Professors
E. S. Belz from Hasfings College in Nebraska, and E. R.
Nichols, Jr., 'From fhe Universily of Wyoming, ioined
Dr. Roy C. McCall in direciing l'he enlarged program.
To mafch +he increased sfaff came a large increase in The
squad and a successful season.
Five maior fournamenfs off +he local campus as ,well
as par+icipa+ion in fhe fradilional College of Pacific
Lower Division Tournameni' in February occupied +he
aHen+ion of fhe squad. Some Pacifici+e refurned vic-
rorious from everyone of fhese con+es+s. The in+ercol-
legiafe program also included over +wen+y home debafes
agains+ visifing reams from near-by schools and feams
from olher s'l'a+es. Pacific was disfinclly honored by
unanimous invi1'al'ion +0 membership in l'he Pacific Foren-
sic League, an organizafion of fourfeen insfilufions in
The besl' debale record for fhe year was achieved
by +he women's +eam composed of Doris Hancock and
Marie Nichols. This l'eam foolc 'Firs+ place in lhe Wesl-
ern Asocialion of Teachers of .Speech Tournamenl held
in Tacoma, Washingfon, in November. ln lhe Pi Kappa
Della Province Tournamenl' held in Pasedena
in March, 'rhey placed second. This grad-
ua+ing leam, one of ihe besf +ha'I' has ever
represenled 'rhe College, will be a maierial
loss +o nexl' year's squad-.
The mos? sucessful individual record for
fhe year was achieved by Doris Hancock.
Lasl' year Miss Hancock look second place
in 'lhe Pi Kappa Della Nafional Tournamenl'
in exlempore speaking. This year Miss Han-
cock beflered her record, laking firsl place
in every conlesl she enlered. From 'lhe
Bakersfield, Tacoma, and Pasadena lourna-
men'rs she broughl home fhe award for ex-
'lempore speaking, eslablishing her as fhe
besl' woman ex+em,pore speaker ever 'ro have
Anofher gradua+ing senior whose record
has been one of confinued success 'rhis sea-
son is Erwin Farley. Farley climaxed his four
years of varsily experience by lhree second
places in exfempore speaking and a +ie for
second place in affer dinner speaking. In
lhe Tacoma Tournamenf Farley lied for sec-
ond place in a'H'er dinner speaking and fook
second place in exlempore speaking. In
March al' lhe Pacific Forensic League Tour-
namenl' held a+ Pomona College hs repea'red
his achievement As a climax a+ +he Pi
Kappa Della Province Tournamenl he finish-
ed 'I'he season wilh ano'I'her second place in
For 'rhe firsi' rime in fhe hisfory of +he
debare squad a men's 'ream won iirsf place
in deba+e. This was done by 1'he feam of
Carl Fuller, iunior a+ +he Colege of Pacific,
and Bill Biddick, sophomore af 'lhe Slockion
Junior College, when, in Pacific's lower di-
vision +ournamen'r held in February 'rhey fook
firsr place in men's debafe.
Anofher firsi' in +he his+ory of +he squad
was accomplished by John Fanucchi who
+ook firsr place in men's orarory in rhe Pi
Kappa Della Province Tournamenl' in Pasa-
dena. The records of The o+her members
of fhe squad were consisienfly high, ius+
shorl' of fhe winner brackef. Erwin Farley
and John Fanucchi, Marlin Pulich and Gregg
Phifer, and Gladys Barfholomew and Jean
Miller all had very high debare records,
while Orville Flelcher placed high in exfem-
pore speaking as did Gregg Phifer, and ai
Tacoma, Marlin Pulich lied 'for second place
in impromplu speaking.
The lower division squad com.posed of
siudenis of 'rhe Siockfon Junior College has
also been by far lhe mosl promising in i1's
his'rory. Bill Biddick has i'he mosl successful
record of 'ihe men on +he squad. In +he Ta-
coma 'iournameni' he fied for second place
in affer dinner speaking. On lhe local Feb-
ruary lournameni and again in 'lhe Phi Rho
Pi Tournamenf held in Los Angeles he placed
firsi' in exiempore speaking. Anoiher prom-
ising ream is 'rhai' of Allen Breed and Claude
Hogan, who displayed sfeady improvemeni'
from 'l'he firs+ of fhe Year: 'I'hey compleied
+he season by faking ihird place in 'rhe iunior
college division of fhe Pasadena iournamenf.
Ofher excellenl' prospecis are i'he girls' 'leam
of Lois Archibald and Doroihy Guerin, and
several men, including Kipp Gimple, Donald
McAdams, Joe Thornlon, and Jim Van Dyke.
The local PSA represenfafives of bo+h
+he College of Pacific and fhe Siockfon
Junior College have developed info one of
'rhe srrongesi forensic squads on lhe coasl.
Nexl' year promises a grea'l'er number on fhe
squad for more exrensive and varied acriviiy.
February 7 .......e.,....
April I 0
..,..,....San Francisco Siafe
..,..r,.....American lnsfiiufe of Banking
.. ,c.....V,.,..... S+. Mary's College
,.,,r,,...Universi+y of Washingfon
..c.,........Universi+y of San Francisco
,, r,c...San Francisco Junior College
,,.American lns+i+u're of Banking
, ...e... .,.., .....,.........,.. U n iversiiy of Uiah
.......,Universi'ry of New Mexico
r.r...........Universi1'y of San Francisco
c c ..,...rr....r.r.,.. Sranford Universiiy
JACOBY . . . PULICH
HOFFMAN . . . NEWBERRY
The Sfudenf Chrisfian Associafion, a ioinf Y. M.
C. A. and Y. W. C. A., is a sfudenf organizafion de-
signed fo augmenf and supplemenf formal educa-
fion. H' is concerned wifh deepening and sfrengfh-
ening fhe infellecfual, s,pirifual and moral fibre of
The varied program of fhe Associafion 'rhis year
Lecfures . . . by frained persons in fhe fields of
Chrisfian living, social issues, and campus problems.
Discussions . . . on everyfhing from personal
religious living fo fhe German refugee problem.
General meefings . . . held monfhly for fellow-
ship, knowledge and worship.
Sfudy groups . . . held bi-monfhly on quesfions
of crime, migranf labor, men and women relafions,
peace, race, social welfare, freshmen problems and
Worlc groups . . . working fhroughouf fhe year
on social welfare, depufafions, finance, member-
ship, conferences and chapel planning.
The year was sfarfed off wifh a frosh mixer
parfy for freshmen in fhe gymnasium. Abouf fwo
hundred frosh and five hundred upper-classmen
came. This parfy was repeafed in fhe spring for
freshmen only. Folk and "regular" dancing was
Abouf one hundred differenf sfuclenfs were senf
fo infercollegiafe conferences of fhe Y. M. C. A.
and Y. W. C. A. for fwo 'ro seven day periods.
Three assembly ,programs were broughf fo fhe
enfire ,campus by fhe Associafion. Oufsfanding
were fhe fall: and movies presenfed by Miss Beffy
Blodgeff on "Youfh Hosfels".
A folk-dancing parfy in fhe gymnasium provid-
ed fun for approximafely one hundred parficipanfs.
A mounfain cabin af Hogan Dam iusf forfy miles
easf of Sfockfon is half builf and will be finished nexf
year. The land has been leased fo fhe Associafion
by fhe Cify. Groups of sfudenfs and faculfy have
spenf many Safurdays cuffing fhrough fhe road,
fearing dqwn old buildings which were donafed,
fruclcing fhe lumber fhus obfained fo fhe cabin sife,
and sfarfing consfrucfion on fhe cabin. This cabin
will be fhirfy by fhirfy-five feel' and have a large
living room, kifchen and guesf room. A loff will ac-
comodafe bunks. If is expecfed fhaf many S. C. A.
and ofher campus groups will enjoy fhe cabin in
years 'ro come. To help defray cosfs of fhe cabin,
parf of fhe faculfy cavorfed in a comedy "Much
Ado Abouf Romeo and Julief" in which some puny
puns and harmonious harmonizing were "pulled",
COLLIVER . . . HIDY . . . TILTON
HII Ummm HHNIH
ALOSI BAXTER DUNTON FARLEY GEORGE
GHOLZ HANCOCK HUGHES LAGOMARSINO MASON
NOTEWARE PECK SACK TILTON WESTON
Local honorary fra+erniI'y for ou+s+anding scholarship and Ieaclership.
Chancellor ........,.,........,E....,.,a........,....E,..,,...4.,.....,,,,...,,..,.,.....,.....,.. ....,,.O........... B obbin Gay Peck
Vice Chancellor ...,., .,..,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,, R oy Cencirulo
Marshall ...... .,..,......, . ..............,. M argaref George
Scribe .,.riE ,aiaa,,.,...,. .......,.,.....,,....,...,....., ..,.........., P r o fessor Corbin
BOBBIN GAY PECK
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BLINN BOYES CANESSA CANTON DIEKMANN e-RAVES
SPAFFORD TITHERING-TON SHEPARD Rowe NICHOLS HEINRICH HENCH
Nafional Honorary Biological Socie+y for unclergracIua'Ies. Local chap+er, Omicron, organized nn
I930. Dr. A. E. Noble is +I1e sponsor.
Vice Presiclenl' ...,,,,.,ss.ra,s
..S.....,r,,Rose Lee Rowe
ROSE LEE ROWE
ADAMINA ATKINSON BECKER BOYES CENCIRULO DAHL DOYLE
DUNLAP GRUBBS GUGGOLZ HEDGES HELLMAN HIGGINS KIENTZ
KNIVETON KOEH LER LUTZ McBRIDE McWILLIAMS PUGMIRE RIPPON
TULLOCH TREMBLEY SWAGERTY SIEGFRIED SAPIRO ROSCELLI RIVERA
In I922 Ihe Block P Sociefy was organized Io promole clean aI'hIe'I'ics, Io acl' as an advisory body
for afhlelic ac+ivi+ies on Ihe campus, 'Io assisr 'rhe Board of confrol in mainfaining college I'racli'rions.
In 'rhe annual Senior-Faculfy BasIce'IbaII Game sponsored by 'rhe Block P, I'he FaculI'y won by a scan+
Iwo poin'Is. On April 22, I'he annual Bengal Huddle 'roolz place. II' was a day of ac'I'ion-crammed
sporfing even+s, wifh 'rhe sociefy ,playing hosl' Io some filly high school afhleles. The evem' opened
wilh ka foofball game befween Ihe Seniors and Ihe I940 Varsify and closed wiih a banquef a'I' Holel
Presidenf .e..,,i.i,, ,ei.,, ........,4.,,, A I Hedges
Vice Presidenf .e.i,..,iA, eee,.,ee,.A Emrys Lloyd
Secrelary Treasurer .....,,,,...... ,..........,... .,,,i......,,.....,......, f ...........,.......,., i.4,,,.,.,,., P a I' Dunlap
BOB ADAMINA LOU FORD BOB KIENTZ TOM OLEATA
ERNIE ATKINSON MILT GREENBLATT VERNE KINSER RUSSEL PUGMIRE
BILL BECKER JACK GUGGOLZ HAL KNIVETON PAUL RIPPON
DICK BENTLEY IRVIN GRUBBS ED. KOEHLER JACK ROSCELLI
FRED BOYES DALE HALBERT PAUL LUTZ HERMAN SAPIRO
ELTON CENCIRULO FRANCIS HELLMAN JACK LYONS JOE SIEGFRIED
RICHARD COLLET ETHAN HIGGINS JACK McBRIDE CLEM SWAGERTY
ROY COOPER LLOYD HOFFMAN JOHN McGOWAN GEORGE TOMASINI
EARL DAHL AL IRWIN HUGH McWILLIAMS RALPH TREMBLY
BUD DOYLE WALT KELLY CORDNER NELSON JACK TULLOCK
STAN VAUGHAN BOB WILKINSON
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DAQUIADO BALLOGDAJAN REVIVES BANAGA
VILLARRUZ BU RIGSAY UMIPEC-3 CONTILLO
Founded on February I3, I938.
Purposes: To promofe flue group as a wholeglo gain recognifionqio solve our mu+ual problems
+0 es+ablish good will and good rela+ions wifh o+her groups.
Vice Presidenl' .,....,.r,,.,
MII PHI IPSIIHN
WEIR TILTON THORP SACK ROGERS
JOHNSON GEORGE OOGGIN BROWN BENTLEY
Nafional honorary musical sororify. Mu E'Ia chapfer organized in I920.
Presicleni' ..............,..,.,......,.,.,.,,,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,A,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,, Virginia Brown
Vice Presidenf ............,.......,............,., ..O............................E........,.,....... ............ R u +h Johnson
Recording Secrefary .EA..,..,,.,,.,,,,.,,,.,, ,.A,,,,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,., A lice Tilfon
Corresponding SecreI'ary .,.....E,EiO,, , .,,.,.,,,,,,r,,.,,..,,,,. ,,...,, V irginia Sack
Treasurer ....,........,...............................,i. ....,,...,... E ileen Daniels Coggin
Chaplain .........,..,........ ,A............... ....,.......,............... N e IIa Rogers
Choris'Ier ...A.,.,E ...........,....,.,. M iriam Burfon
Hisforian .........,..,.............,..,., O,,,,.,..,, M arcella Thorp
Warclen .........................,,AA.,.,,.,,.. ,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,, N orma Ben'I'Iey
EILEEN DANIELS COGGIN
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ALBERTSON BARTHOLOMEW BOLTER A. BUOY F. BUOY
DUNSTAN FERGUSON GOFF GUERNSEY LAGORIO
MORRALL MARBLESTONE MILLER HIXSON RITCHIE SCHEERE
Orchesis, honorary danging sociefy.
EDITH CLAIR HIXSON
HAZEL CLAIRE KREIMS
JEAN MARIE MARBLESTONE
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BOYES CANTON FERGUSON GERHEART GUGGOLZ HEINRICH
JESSUP JEUNG MOFFITT JONTE NORTON NOTEWARE
RAAB ROWE SEWELL SPRAGUE TURNAGE ZIEGLER
Local 'frafernily honoring scholarship In Chemisrry.
High ExaI+ed Alchemisr ..,.......,.,O,OO....,.,,...,,A..,..,......,,.........A...,.......... Norman D. Noieware
Mosf Wor+hy Cafalyzer .Ar, .....,...,............... M rs. Irene Canfon
Grand Reducer .....,....,...,,,. . .,..............,...... Elwood Moffifl
Super Synihesizer ....r.r.,......,.,...,....Ar...,,.,....r......,............ .,.,r.r.,,....,......,.,.. D uane C. Sewell
Counselor 4,.,,,,A,, ,,,,,,O,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,.,,Aa,a,rrraaaaAar.AA.,,.,A....... P rofessor J. H. Jon'Ie
DR. A. T. BAWDEN
FRED F. BOYES -
MRS. IRENE CANTON
DR. FRED J. CLARK
ABEL DE HAAN
KENNETH H. FERGUSSON
HERSCHEL G. FRYE
WALTER J. GILGERT
PHYLLIS JAYNE HAYCOCK
NYLAN H. JEUNG
CHARLES H. JESSUP
PROFESSOR J. H. JONTE
ELIZABETH JANE MORE
TED R. NORTON
NORMAN D. NOTEWARE
DR. CHARLES G. PATTON
ROBERT W. PURVIS
DELMAR C. RINFRET
MIRIAM A. ROBINSON
ROSE LEE ROWE
DUANE C. SEWELL
JUNE C. SPRAGUE
STANTON ST. PETER
WILLIAM L. TURNAGE
DR. ALLEN W. WALDO
JACK F. ZIEGLER
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Top Row PARSONS . . . LEHMAN . . . MORRIS . . . MILLER . . . EDDY . . . FLETCHER
Second Row: STEVENSON . . . MRS. McGIRK . . . GRUBBS . . . GERHART . . . N. TURKATTE
DASHIELL . . . DURST . . . SPULLER . . . GARRISON . . . LIEDSTRAND . . . HOBSON
Third Row: A.TURKATTE . . . MEYER . . . JESSUP . . . ONG
Fron+ Row: BOYES . . . BECKER . . . FANUCCHI . . . PRESCOTT
In i+s second year of exislence, Ihe Pacific Cooperafive House expanded 'Io a
membership of +hir+y. Under Ihe capable guidance of Mrs. George McGirIc, house
molher, Ihe Co-op organizafion was o,peraI'ed a+ a subsI'an+iaI financial ,profit and
many addifional funcfions and services were made available Io 'Ihe members.
Fall ' Spring
Mary Lomprey ,....... I.,....., P resideni ........ ,.,,I,.,.....,. R oberi' Morris
Janef Lehman .......... ........ S ecrefary ........ .......,.. J acqueline Ong
Henry Hobson .,....... ,,,,.,..,. B oolclceeper ...,...i,iie.. ,....,..A H enry Hobson
Orvell Flelcher .....,...... ,.....,.. H ouse Manager ......,,..., .,.,..... C harles Jessup
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ALOSI BERRY DUNTON FRHZ GINN
HARMON KWATE LIEDSTRAND LU11 MILLER
NORTON SIEGFRIED WESCOTT
Na+ionaI fra+erni+y honoring oufsfanding achievemeni' in music.
Supreme Councilman .,,............. .,.,.................,.,.,,......,,..,. ..,,.,,,.,....,, A I vin E. Lindsfrand
Vice Presideni' ................ ...,...,,.A...,. L awrence M. Shori'
Secrefary ........,.....i.....,. ..,.,...,......... A Iberi C. Miller
Treasurer ..........,. ........,,... M yron J. Harmon
Hisforian ....,.A..i.. .,.,.,.......... M iI+on H. Kwafe
Warden ..,..... .....,......... R usseII K. Aifken
PHILIP ALOSI HARMON GINN CLAYTON LONG RODNEY RANDALL
ROY BERRY ROBERT HARRISON PAUL LUTZ ROBERT RIDDELL
WESLEY DUNTON ROY HEMSWORTH LOUIS MORSE WILLIAM SIEGFRIED
ELLIS ELDER FORREST HONNOLD TED NORTON ANDREW SHOOK
IRVINC-5 FRITZ DELBERT WESCOTT
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ALOSI BARRON BISHOFBERGER A. BUOY CHILDS
FLICKINGER HODGKINS HUGHES JOHNSON KIRKMAN
LAGOMARSINO LEHMAN MILLER NORTON VIGNOLO WESTON
Honorary 'Fra'rerni+y for modern languages. Local chapler organized
in May, I929.
Presidenf ..,.,..,.LL...,,,L. LL,LL...........,.... A Iex TurIca++e
Vice Presicleni .....,.A,..., .,....,.,.,....,,,....,,.,. Philip Alosi
Secreiary ..A...L..... Mildred Lagomarsino
Treasurer ,L,,LrL,,..... ......,,.......,...L............ J ean Miller
LORA LOU CHILDS
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CANESSA CATTERALL CAVIGLIA COOPER CRAVIOTIO DUNTON EATON
FARLEY GRAVES GRUBBS MILLER NEIDER NICHOLS PECK PHIFER
PULICH SCOTT SPAFFORD TITHERINGTON TRAVAILLE van LOBEN SELS WESTON VICKROY
Nalional I'Ionor sociefy for social sciences. Local chapfer organized December I, I924.
Wesley Dunfon ..,,.,I
Malcolm Eiselen.. I. ,.
.,.. L.....,..,.. P reslclenf ...,....,
BOBBIN GAY PECK
L.....L.,...Ingeborg van Loben Sels
., ,...I...,.,,,,.,,,, Malcolm R. Eiselen
MAY LOUISE WHITMORE
INGEBORG van LOBEN SELS
I I HHHH H I I I IH
BIDDICK ' BREED FANUCCHI FARLEY
PULICH PHIFER MILLER GUERIN
Na+ionaI honorary fra+erniI'y for cIebaI'ing and forensics.
PresicIen+ ..,.....,..,.,.,.oooo ...A,..,...rr.oor.,,.,.roo. Arro.rror,,rrrrr.r.....,..r........oo.,.,,rrror,A.ro,oA,.r r..,,r,,A..,. M a r fin Pulich
Vice Presideni' ,...,,...... A.A..oo,.......,.,,.,.rrrr.,.,.r...,.,.,........,,o.,.. A...., r,r,. D o r is Hancock
Secreiary-Treasurer oo.AAAAAA. .,r,r,....,,..,,....,.,.........,....,..,..r,,,,A...r.rr , .I .........,.. Bill Bicldick
GLADYS BARTHOLOMEW ORVELL FLETCHER JEAN MILLER
BILL BIDDICK CARL FRISEN MARIE NICHOLS
JOHN FANUCCHI CARL FULLER GREGG PHIFER
ERWIN FARLEY DORIS HANCOCK MARTIN PULICH
Na+ionaI Junior College honorary f'ra+erni+y for cIeba+ing and forensics.
Presideni' ..,.....,..,.................,,,...,....sIL......,.,,,,,,sL Lss,.,... B ill Biddick Secreiary .....,.,I..... ..,.. ,,...A...,....,.......... . . Ic..,. Lois Archibald
Vice Presideni' ,,.AL......,.....s.,.,.....,..c..,,,.A.......,.,......... AIIan Breed Treasurer ......,,.,........I..cI.............,.,.c . c...,....,...... CIaude Hogan
LOIS ARCHIBALD ALLAN BREED DOROTHY GUERIN DON McADAMS
BILL BIDDICK JOE THORNTON CLAUDE HOGAN
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AKERS COEEMANN GEORGE GOBEL KNOLES
MILLER PECK ROSE soon WARD
Nafional dramafic honorary fra+erni+y. Local chapier organized in I922.
Presideni' ............,.EE .. ....,,,E... ...V..,...........,........, M arion Akers
Vice Presideni ..,,.E..... EEEEE.,....... E velyn BarneH
Secre+ary .......,E.,,.,,o , ....,........ Bobbin Gay Peck
Treasurer .........,......... LaHa Ross
His+orian .........r.,..., Roberf Eley
MAX GOBEL BOBBIN GAY PECK
BUD MEYERS LATTA ROSS
EUGENE MINSON VADA WARD
ANDERSON BISHOFBERGER A. BUOY F. BUOY CAMPBELL CRAWFORD
ESMOND GERMAN KEEBLE LEHMAN LENNOX MACDONALD
M. NEWBERRY WEST VIGNOLO TITHERINGTON SINGLETON SANGUINETTI PANG
Local Womens Non-SororI+y Social Organiza+ion.
Doris Bishofberger ........ ......,......... P resideni ,...,..,...L
Harrie+ Kien+z ....,,.4.......,........L.... ., ..A............... Vice-Presidenf .............. .L
Margarei Haymoncl ..............,,..............,.... Secrefary-Treasurer .,..,.,,.LL,
Mae Vignolo .........,.......,...A,,,.,. ........ ,,,... C o rresponding Secre+ary .... ........
Doro'II'1y Lennox ,,.,......,..
GLADYS SANGUINETTI -
INGEBORG von LOBEN SELS
Ediled for I'he second year by Mary Gallon, I'he Bengal Daily BuIIeI'in
proved again il' was SpaFford's IasI'ing brain child 'ro Pacific. Read by
everyone Io keep up on campus happenings, Ihe Bengal Daily is posfed
on six campus bullelin boards every morning in lime Io gree'r sleepy eyed
eighl' o'cIock class-goers. The BuIIeI'in reminds 'rhe ever-forgeI'ful sI'u-
denl consI'anI'Iy of club meelings, class acI'iviI'ies, lecfures, and sporfing
evenI's. The much looked 'for five year old publicalion has carved a deep
niche in I'he daily life and alifairs al Pacific.
The Pacific Review published by I'he College of 'Ihe Pacific Alumni
Associa+ion is ediled by Roberl E. Burns and is issued quar'rerIy during
I'he College year in Ihe monlhs of Oclober, February, May and July.
The publicafion serves as an aid fo Ihe alumni in keeping up on acliviries
in Ihe College and Ihe affairs of ils own associalion. Personal plugs of
Ihose who have made a den+ in Ihe world aI' large appear on several o'F
i'Is pages. Those ilems ol birlhs, engagemenls, and marriages, gives 'Ihe
issue i'Is real value.
The Freshman Handbook, beHer known as 'Ihe Frosh Bible, is ,published
yearly by I'he Pacific S'Iuden+ Associalion. II' fulfills I'he difficull' Iask of
acquainling Ihe incoming Freshmen wiI'h 'I'he campus personalilies and
aclivilies. Squeezed inI'o irs 75 minialure pages are fhe Frosh Com-
mandmenls, Tradilions, Ihe ConsI'iIu+ion, and By Laws, ,Songs and Yells,
and piclures of Facully Heads and S+uden+ Leaders.
Bill Becker 'look over and compleled 'Ihe edi'I'ing of 'Ihis year's Bible
when Tom Rippey was called Io Arizona.
MARY e-ALTON . . . CHARLES WARMER . . . BILL BECKER
BUSINESS MANAGER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
NEWS EDITOR .S.w......,,,,,S,
SOCIETY EDITOR ,......,....I
SPORTS EDITORS ,,,,,,,,I.I,,
FEATURE EDITOR ,,,,,,,,.A,.
ART EDITOR .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
EXCHANGE EDITOR ,,,I,II,I.,,,,.
PHOTOGRAPHER ,.,. ,
LAURA LOU CHILDS
HARRY DU PRAW
w........4..,.I.ALEX DONSKER, JACK PRICE
BETTY LOU PARKER
BILL BECKER . . . DICK EATON
Following +he consis'ren+ Weekly policy of emphasising local news, 'rhis year's paper
has made definire progress in fhe covering of i+s news sources. This was clue in par'r +o
The efforfs of l'he edilor and his harcl-working sfaff, and in parl' +o ihe improvemeni in
+he recenily organized iournalism classes. Nex+ year promises new advances in +he cle-
parfmenf ancl confinued applicalion on lhe parl' o'F1'he sfaff. The Weekly was honored
+his year by receiving a rafing in +he Firsi Class Honor seclion of fhe Nafional Collegiaie
Press Associa'rion's annual evalualion of lhe na+ion's college papers. This is +he highesf
raling given ihe local paper in many years, and lhe highesl rafing given any college of
ihis size 'rhis year.
GREGG PHIFER BETTY DIXON GALEN HARVEY
FRANCIS FINNEY ....,.......
ROBERT BASTIAN , , w,..,,
CLASS EDITOR ............. .,.A.......SA.,,.,.....,...YS,.,.,.,,,, O LIVER MALCOLMSON
CLUB EDITOR ...,.....,....., .,,...... ......,..,.,. ..A.I..,I.I.I.........,.....,,..w., W A Y NE BIRD
DEBATE EDITOR ....,......I,,., ., ...,....,.......,I MARTIN PULICH
DEDICATION ..............,.....,. . ...,......,. GREGG PHIFER
FACULTY EDITOR ............,...,,..., L, ,,,..LLL,,, BONNIE SMITH
FRATERNITY EDITOR ,.I.,L,,,LLL.,,.,.., .........,.,.,,..... K EN HENCH
MARDI GRAS EDITOR I.,I.II,,.L.... .,...,..,,.,......I,IL.,,,, B ILL BECKER
MUSIC EDITOR ..,.,................,......I. , ILL., EVELYNNE WARD
REWRITE EDITOR IA.,,.VY,,L,L.,,L, ...,I............I,.... R AY GROSSE
RADIO EDITOR .,,....v.,Yw,,,.... ...,,... ......,,... G A LEN HARVEY
SORORITY EDITOR ,.,,..... ,.,..I.......,,I H ERTHA RAUSCH
SPORTS EDITOR ,.....N.,II.IIII ...... ,,L....... A L EX DONSKER
KAY MACDONALD ROGER CROSS GLENN HARTER
BOB WENTZ JACK HIDY CLIO ABERCROMBIE
FRED BOYES, MANAGER
BARBARA GAMMONS JAN PORTER DOT STEGALL BILL WORKMAN
RAY GROSSE EVELYNNE WARD MARTIN PULICH
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Mosl noieworfhy innovalion in 'ihis curren'I' issue of fhe Naraniado is 'lhe sysfem of
co-ediforship sponsored by ihe Publicafions Commiliee of I937-38. Under fhis ,plan 'rhe
ecliforial ma'Her, copy-slyling, copy-filling, if any, has been handled by Francis Finney,
while design and phofography has been fhe preoccupafion of Bob Basfian. ...H has been
fhe policy of fhe sfalif fo +urn oui' a book noi radically diFFeren'r in sfyle or ,purpose from
+he conven+ional yearbook, buf 'ro concenfraie on a more eFFec'rive and a++rac+ive means
of presenlalion. Porfraifs, 'the bane of edilors everywhere, were falcen fhis year on +he
campus, a policy which resullecl in an unprecedenled number of pic'rures ialcen.
ROGER CROSS HERTHA RAUSCH BILL WORKMAN
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H NTW PUHTIEHTIHN
MSS, a magazine devoled fo fhe creafive falenfs of The siudenls of fhe College
of The Pacific and Sfocldon Junior College, was published fhis year for The firsf 'lime
by The recenfly reorganized Scroll and Sfylus Club. The ,purpose of fhis publicafion
is fo provide an ouflel for rhe creafive ambifions of any Pacific sfudenfs who wish fo
confribufe. The ediiorial board consisred of Jean Woodruff, chairman, Aileen Buoy and
Gladys Hughes, commiHee members a'r large, lngeborg van Loben Sels, presidenf of
fhe Scroll and Slylus, and Miss Eleanor McCann, faculry advisor. Shorr srories, skefch-
es, poems, and essays evidenced 'The versariliry of campus +alen+s and +he wide scope
of +he publicafion. H' is hoped +ha+ rhis is merely 'rhe beginning of a worfhwhile pub-
licarion 'l'ha+, having begun by filling a long-fell need on +he campus, will confinue +o
grow and wax sfrong as fhe years go by. The WEEKLY and fhe NARANJADO now
have a younger lirerary brofher. Confriburion +o fhis magazine is open To all sfudenl
body card holders: publicalion is +he lasf week of May.
van LOBEN SELS McCANN
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Aifending Her Regal Maiesry, Miss
Junan Bronzich, queen of Ihe Mardi
Gras, when 'rhe coronarion ceremony
was performedLwere fhe runners-up
in Ihe Pacific Sludenl' Associalion poll,
five lovely misses re,presenI'ing as many
campus living groups. The quin+eHe
of ladies-in-wailing 'Io Ihe queen in-
cluded Minnie Sawyer of Alpha Theia
Tau: Margarel Traberf, Epsilon Lamb-
da Sigma: Jimmie Wood, Women's
Hall: Helen Hall, Tau Kappa Kappa:
and Effie Calderwood, Manor Hall.
Dressed in cour'rIy finery, Ihe maids of
honor formed a fiH'ing frame for
Miss Bronzich represenfed Mu Zefa
Miss JIMMIE woon . . . Miss HELEN HALL
MISS EFFIE CALDERWOOD . . . MISS MINNIE
SAWYER . . . MISS MARGARET TRABERT
JIIMN BHUNZIIIH, IIIIEENIIF IHE MAHUI GHAS
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WiTh more Than 600 sTudenT, alumni and TacuITy couples in aTTendance, The I939
Mardi Gras seT a new high Tor Tun, Trolic and fes+ivaI in The TourTh annual observance
oT The PaciTic STudenT AssociaTion's TasTesT-growing TradiTion. Held Trom 9 ,p. m. To
I a. m. The evening oT March I I in The STockTon Civic Memorial AudiTorium, This year's
cosTume carnival, under The general chairmanship of Trevor GriTTiThs, was perhaps The
besT arranged and concluded social evenT ever sTaged by The P. S. A.
The social highlighT oT The school year was grea+Iy enhanced by The danceable
rhyThms oT Les HiTe and his sepia swingsTers, whose brand oT solid iive kepT The Pa-
ciTic gaTes in The groove all nighT. A halT-hour broadcasT oT HiTe's music and The ac-
companying merry-making wenT ouT over The sTaTe-wide seven-sTaTion hook-up oT The
California Radio SysTem.
Evening's peak oT revelry was reached wiTh The crowning oT Queen Junan Bron-
zich by P. S. A. PresidenT Erwin Farley. Surrounding The MaiesTy oT Mardi Gras dur-
ing The ceremony were The Tive maids oT honor.
An innovaTion which meT wiTh general approval was The eliminaTion oT The Grand
March, which gave The dancers more Time To sTep ouT.
DecoraTions in The Typical New Orleans Mardi Gras vein were highly colorful, Trans-
Torming The audiTorium inTo a gay Tairyland oT sTreamers, balloons and groTesque masks.
CompeTiTion Tor prizes was The
keenesT in The Tour-year hisTory oT
The carnival and, aTTer much cran-
ium-scraTching, The iudges award-
ed 'merchandise orders To The Tol-
For The mosT colorTul cosTume in
each oT The Three divisions: STu-
denT, Evelyn Kizer: TaculTy, Miss
MosT original: STudenT, Rodney
Randall: alumni, Beck Parsons: Tac- R
ulTy, Mrs. Allen Waldo.
BesT-maTched couple: STudenT,
Tony Rifberg and Lee KerTooT:
alumni, ForresT Darby and Maryly
Lyons: TaculTy Mr. and Mrs. De
AssisTing Chairman GriTTiThs
wiTh The plans Tor The Mardi Gras
were RoberT BasTian, decoraTions
and programs: Ar+eIle BaxTer, dec-
oraTions: Dick BenTley, queen con-
TesT: Herman Sapiro, music: Bill
Becker, publiciTy: Jerry CicinaTo,
prizes: and Craig Combs, refresh-
FARLEY CROWNS THE QUEEN
WHERE'S YOUR GARTER, JACK?
TWO-BASE HIT . . .
HOLD TIGHT . . .
DARN THOSE HOOPS . .
BEACH NUT . . .
SCHEERE SILK . .
SURPRISE! . . .
NO BECK TALK .
SHAKE PARD . . .
FACULTY TEA-SE . .
KWG PERSONALITY CONTEST
HANGOVER? . . .
INDIAN LOVE CALL . .
WALL FLOWERS . .
HI-SPIRITS . . .
SUCKERS . . .
NICE CHINEY COUPLE . . .
A COUPLA OLD FASHIONS .
KWATE LA FEVER . . .
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TO Tl-IE CLASS OF I939
And lo Those Who Will Relurn for 'rhe New College Year
PENNEYS WELCOME You '
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Chicken Feed Phone l002 'For Your Order
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Exposition, safeguard your
money with Banff of Amerim
Traveler: Cbeqzzer. They are
obtainable at your local branch
We enthusiastically observe the marve-
lous growth and scholastic achieve-
ments ot Stoclcton's tine College ot the
We are proud ot your progress and
pledge our continued suport to assist
where the manager will also ll 4 YOU toward illillfe SUCCGSS-
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The Cleaning with Too, To keep your cloThes looking nice. JusT send
your cloThing To us Tor TrequenT, Thorough
A College Dlplomd cleanings! Telephone 5-5788.
Among The underlying causes oT ATTracTion and PersonaliTy musT be in-
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buT iT is also True ThaT a Tremendous preTerence has been shown Tor The
Golden WesT Zoric SysTem. You see . . .our modern meThods and experi-
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For Young Men who are looking 'Forward 'ro anorher
year on lhe Campus or a new advenlure wilh desks
of Jrheir own on +he firsl job, here-'s a line-up lhals
hard lo beal1Arrow Shirls, Ties, Underwear1Ganl-
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '39
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LANDS - HOMES -INSURANCE
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PERCY. B. GALLEGOS, M. D.
Obsfefrics and Gynecology
908 Medico-Denfal Bldg.
CHRIS. E. STABLER, D. D. S. i
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Suife I003, Medico-Denfal Bldg.
Phone 7-7623 Sfockfon
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Residence Phone 2-5943
Suife 525 Bank of America Building
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Sfockfon Savings and Loan Bank Bldg.
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EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
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Suife I205 Medico-Denfal Building
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EDMUND FROST, M. D.
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Suife 406 Medico-Denfal Building
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Barfon J. Powell, M. D. Dewey R. Powell, M. D.
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Phone 8-8967 Medico-Denfal Bldg.
ROBERT H. KEELER
Successor fo Powell 81 Keller
3I S. San Joaquin Sf. Sfoclcfon, Calif.
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Home 330I N. Hunfer S+.
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AND YOS-I-YLE CLOTHES Cameras . . . Phono Supplies. . . Movie Equipmeni' '
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W- P- FU I- I-ER 3' CO- in The FINEST in JEWELRY
PAINTS - VARNISHES Before Purchasing, VISIT
LACOUERS - GLASS M. FRIEDBERGER 81 CO. !
2Ia S. Aurora S+. Phone 7-7838 JeWe'fv and WRTCH Repaifinq !
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90I N. Wilson Way, S+ocIdon
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COLLEGIATE CLOTHES FOR YOUNG LADIES
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Banking Since I854
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A campus ol conslanlly increasing beauly impresses lhe visilor lo lhe College ol
lhe Pacilic. The lirleen red-brick buildings in lhe collegiale golhic slyle ol archilec-
lure, lhe perlecl symmelry ol lhe campus plan, and lhe nearl lilleen hundred lrees
and shrubs all combine lo malce a selling lhal is enjoyed by onlly a lew colleges in lhis
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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
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elieving in The philosophy oT a liberal arTs educaTion, iT is The primary in-
TeresT oT The college To TosTer The arT oT living among iTs sTudenTs. The com-
miTTmenT oT The TaculTy in This Taslc seTs iT aparT as a special Type oT personal-
ized Training which has as iTs ends The developmenT oT characTer and personaliTy.
PaciTic is noT a universiTyg a universiTy, wiTh iTs various schools and research
ec1uipmenT, is engaged in discovering 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 sixTy-TirsT
anniversary This year and has long been recognized as a naTional leader in iTs Tield.
IT has developed consisTenTly in The number oT courses, regisTraTion. Thorough-
ness. and sTanding. The PaciTic l.iTTle TheaTre has more recenTly sl4yroclceTed To
Tame as a resulT oT iTs producTion schedule and high gualiTy oT p-erTormances.
A phenomenal developmenT oT The DeparTmenT oT Business AdminisTra-
Tion has occurred since iTs incepTion a Tew years ago. PaciTic has meT The
growing demand on The parT oT sTudenT's Tor an opporTuniTy To p-repare 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 I923 To granT
CaliTornia Teachers credenTials. The TacT ThaT such a large percenTage oT Pa-
ciTic Teachers are placed in posiTions bears ouT The TacT ThaT educaTors recog-
nize The value oT liberal arTs worlc 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
eliminaTed iTs Treshman and sophomore work and is now an upper division and
graduaTe school. STudenTs are accepTed Trom Junior Colleges and Tour-year
colleges provided 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 col-
leges, parTicularly in CaliTornia, will choose This course in The near TuTure. lT
is The presenT policy oT The College To concenTraTe iTs enTire energies and re-
sourcs upon sTrengThening and expanding The worlc iT has seT ouT To do.
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Slockion Savings 8 Loan Bank. .. 7-7923 Dr.C5eo. FL 5anderson.uhn
Garmenis h Dr, Irving Zeimer ,.,,,,,,,A, ,
Books Nalional Dollar Siore ....,.,.. 5-5l63
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Bravo sr McKeeqan ......., 5-5745 Ice and Fuel
Yosl Bros .................... 2-03I3 sled-ron :Ce sr Fuel ca, ..., 5-5847 Resld'-mf
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Kaffen 8. Mgrengow ,,.,,,,V 5-695i San Joaqum Lumber Co """"' 5'565l American Trusi Co .....,...............,,.,., .,,,, ,
Kress Zi Co .,.........,.......,,,. 5-5488 M k + M f SIOCICIOH Savings 31 Loan Bank ........ ..,...
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JAMES B. GARDNER
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CHARLES R. NUGENT
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