University of the Pacific - Naranjado Yearbook (Stockton, CA)
- Class of 1940
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Text from Pages 1 - 232 of the 1940 volume:
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THE COLLEGE ITE PHCIHU HHH STUCH-
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Ernesf Aflcinson is fhe firsf presidenf of fhe P.S.A. in several years who has nof been a varsify debafer.
He has proved himself a capable execufive, guiding fhe sfudenf body affairs fhrough a successful year.
As a junior, he served as head yell leader, chairman of fhe rally commiffee, and member of fhe Ex' Com-
miffee, leading his fellow sfudenfs in a year of unprecedenfed enfhusiasm. This year for fhe firsf fime,
fhe presidenf enjoyed fhe privacy of a sfudenf body office and fhe luxury of a free phone. Ernie is a
lefferman in fraclc.
Jane Jordan, as vice-presidenf, had charge of fhe sfudenf body social affairs, and served on fhe Ex-
ecufive Commiffee. A popular sororify girl, she was her house's choice for Mardi Gras queen. Always
busy, she spenf much of her fime pracfice feaching in fhe elemenfary grades, and driving a coupe of
Marguerife Efzel in her secrefary's book recorded who said whaf and when during assembly and Ex'
Commiffee meefings. She foo is a pracfice feacher. Her spare fime was devofed fo fhe presidency of
her sororify and Pan-Hellenic council. ln fhe romanfic afmosphere of fhe Pan-Hell formal, a song was
dedicafed fo her.
Bobby Kienfz had all fhe sympfoms of Rifferifis fhis year. As freasurer, he guarded every penny of fhe
nof-foo-adequafe sfudenf body fund. He found fime fo become Pacific's mosf popular and falenfed foof-
ball player. Lasf year he was a member-af-large of fhe Ex' Commiffee and presidenf of his frafernify house.
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Execufive Commiffee is fhe governing body of fhe Pacific Sfudenf Associafion, which
ioins in one group fhe sfudenfs of fhe College of Pacific and Sfockfon Junior College. The
biggesf headache of fhe commiffee is fhe senior and junior college relafionships from fhe
sfandpoinf of sfudenf acfivify and parficipafion. The main difficulfy lies in fhe facf fhaf
J. C. sfudenfs cannof be required fo buy sfudenf body cards, so fhaf while C. O. P. is
IOOVO P. S. A. fhe iunior college is only so'-yo. In addifion fo fhe annual Mardi Gras,
as an all-inclusive sfudenf body acfivify, an informal dance was sponsored af fhe Cocoa-
nuf Grove. Thursday nighf dances in fhe gym were confinued fhis year. Throughouf fhe
year afhlefics were a maior ifem of business. 53.000 was appropriafed fo fhe foofball
feam alone. An efforf was made fo esfablish a varsify baseball feam, buf fhe plan did
noi' furn ouf fo be feasible af fhe presenf fime. The Ex' Commiffee refused official as-
sisfance in 'rhe drive for fhe Finnish Relief Fund, feeling fhaf fhe commif'I'ee's iurisdicfion
should be confined fo sfudenf body affairs only. Presidenf Ernie Aflcinson represenfed fhe
BACK: SAPIRO. KIENTZ. PULICH. FRONT: ETZEL. CHAPMAN BREED. ATKINSON, JORDAN
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P. S. A. af fhe convenfion of fhe Nafional Sfudenf Federafion of America. Ernie and Presi-
denf-elecf Bill Biddiclc affended fhe Pacific Coasf Presidenfs' Associafion meefing in Provo,
Ufah. Every efforf was made fo increase governmenf by fhe sfudenfs wifh less adminis-
frafive confrol. Much of fhe hard work done by fhe commiffee was faking care of rou-
fine sfudenf body affairs. Chairman of fhe commiffee was Presidenf Aflcinson. Ofher
sfudenf body officers serving were Jane Jordan, vice-presidenfg Marguerife Efzel, secre-
fary: Bob Kienfz, freasurerg Hamilfon Briggs, yell leader. Members-af-large elecfed were
Bill Biddick, Paf Dunlap, Norman Lamb, Hugh McWilliams, George Tomasini. The follow-
ing commiffee chairmen also served: Marfin Pulich, Sfudenf Affairs: Herman Sapiro, Rally:
Bill Becker, Publicafions. By virfue of fheir presidencies ofher members were Virginia Chap-
man, A. W. S.g Bob Wenfz, senior class: Gene Rofsch, iunior class: Allan Breed, sophomore
class: Bill Doyle, freshman class. Bob Fenix, alumnus, represenfed fhe faculfy.
FRONT: BECKER, WENTZ, BIDDICK, DOYLE. BACK: McWILLlAMS, ROTSCH, DUNLAP, FENIX
LLOYD, PULICH, HOLTON McCARL, FAY, BAER, SPULLER GRIMSHAW, FLICKINGER
The purpose of +he Publica'rions Commiffee is 'ro seHle quesfions
of policy concerning l'he several sfudenl' associa+ion publicafions,
and 'ro appoim' by a maiori'ry vole +he edifors and business managers.
The responsibilify of checking fhe paper and yearbook finances and
'ro assure sludenls of uninlerruplecl publicafion lies in Hs hands. Upon
'rhe commi++ee's recommenclafion, fhe Ex' Commi'Hee granled S35
fo fhe Scroll and Sfylus Club +0 assisl' in 1'he publishing of MSS. ll'
is fhe desire of 'rhe Publicafions CommiH'ee i'ha+ 1'he magazine be
prinfecl in fhe fufure P. S. A. A policy was esfablished fhis year by
mofion +ha+ a s'ruden+ may nof hold any one major posi+ion on a
publicalion for more 'rhan one year. There are nine members on 'rhe
commiH'ee, five elecfed and +he edifors and managers of fhe Weekly
and Naraniado. Vacancies are filled by commi'r'ree appoin'l'men+.
Those who served are Bill Becker, Bob Basrian, Herm Sapiro, Bob
Wenlz, Gregg Phifer, Bill Workman, Ray Grosse, Beverly Wrighf,
and Be'r'ry Dixon. Y
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The S'ruden'r Affairs Commi++ee's business is fo handle lhe
grievances of s'l'uden+s againsl' bolh The adminislralion and sludenl'
body. I+ is also a law-enforcing body concerning general campus
rules and regulalions. Traffic laws esiablished lasl year were puf
info effecl' again, wiih a few addifional prohibifions. Due 'l'o lack
of enforcemenl' many of fhe orders were ignored by sludenfs and
faculfy alilce. Smoking on campus and cheaiing are annual prob-
Iems provoking much discussion and liHle solulion. By The commif-
+ee's acfion noise in 'lhe library .was reduced 'ro a minimum. Creolil
should be given 'ro ihe sincere endeavor of Marlin Pulich, chairman,
and his commi'r+ee members +o overcome fhe odds againsf such a
body lhal' has +heore+ical bu+ li++le aciual power wiih which +o acl.
The sfudenf body presidenf appoinls 'rhe chairman of 'rhe commiffee,
who in Turn appoinls a represenfaiive group of srudenfs +o serve
GROSSE. WORKMAN, DIXON WENTZ. SAPIRO
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Under Ediior Gregg Phifer and Manager Bill Becker l'he Weekly has been very credilably handled,
winning i+s second slraighl Firsl Class Honor rank in ihe lnfercollegiale Press Associal'ion's raiing, and
eslablishing ifs besi' financial condiiion in recenl years.
Maior iournalisiic flurries were: 'rhe debale befween Edilor Phifer and l'he S'lock'l'on Record over ihe
Weekly's obiecfive criiical reviews of arlisiic produciionsg opposiiion lo Herberl' Hoover's Tom-Tom-
beafing drive for lhe Finnish Relief Fund: debales on 'lhe infroduclion of compulsory Bible sludy, lhe
Third Term queslion, and fhe possibilily of a Barbarian pariy on ihe campus.
Members oi +he l939-40 edi+orial board included Bill Biddick, ediforial assisfanfg Jane? McGin-
nis, news: Jessie Hannay, campus, Bonnie Smiih and Alice Rudebaugh, 'leafureg Belly Dixon, sociely:
Bob Conaway, sporlsg Ray Grosse, exchange, Jerrold Walker, makeup: Tom Woodruff, phofographyg
Bob Basiian and Dave MaH'hews, arf: and Eleanor McCann, iacully adviser.
Serving on ihe news sfalif were Clio Abercrombie, Grace Anlonius, Jean Davis, James Holden,
Mariorie Hulen, Paul lida, Leslie Knoles, Beulahmae Laurence, Lillian Simonsen and Bud Siefan.
Sociely reporlers included Karl Baldwin, Harriel' Davidson, Phyllis Grimshaw, Eloise Lamberf,
Norma Marcellin, Margo Mclnfyre, Jane+ Porler, Claire Sandroclc and Marceila Voorhees.
Sporfs reporiers were Joyce Boege, Francis Hellman, Don Jonfe, Irvine Sprague, Chesley Sleven-
son, Jack Toomay, and Jack Tulloch.
Fea+ure wrirers were Buford Bush, Galen Harvey, Gladys Hughes, Herman Sapiro, Gail Scheere
and Hank Sfein.
McGINNIS SPRAGUE CONAWAY
HANNAY GROSSE RUDEBAUGH
WALKER DIXON WOODRUFF
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The Naraniado 'rhis year has endeavored fo cover more complefely fhe many and diverse acfiv-
i'l'ies of all fhe men and women in 'I'he College of Pacific and Sfockion Junior College. Following fhis
policy several innovafions have been made. For +he convenience of everyone rhere is 'For 'rhe firsr
'rime a combined index of ihe book and direcfory of Pacific Siudeni' Associafion members. Sfafi posi-
fions were reorganized io include a junior college edifor. Twelve senior s+uden+s and nine iuniors were
chosen as oufsfanding members of fheir classes, ofher fhan ihose who had imporfani' polifical posiiions
or were frequenily represenied in differenf secfions. These 'rweniy-one comprise +he edi+or's honor
Edifor-in-chief is Bob Basfian, who served lasl' year as co-edi'l'or. He +ook all +he phofographs
excepf 'rhe formal por+rai+s, arranged 'rhe layoufs, and olher ediiorial work. His assislani' in charge of
fhe siaff is Beverly Wrighi. Bonnie Smiih had fhe impor+an+ iunior college ediiorship. Helen Corfel-
you, as women's ediior, covered 'rheir ac+ivi+ies. Bob Conoway wrofe +he iunior and senior college
spor+s sfories. Drama, music, and radio were edifed by AI Miller. In charge of fhe secfions on organ-
izafions was BeHe Flickinger. Jim Holden had ihe difficull' 'rask of being in charge of poriraiis, ar-
ranging +hem in ihe proper order and place. Credi+ goes +o Nancy Bu+cher for managing +he'direc-
fory and index. Coniribuiors are Gregg 'Phifer, Carl Fuller, and Bill Becker.
Bill Workman has done an unusually fine iob as business manager. His 'l'wo business assisfanfs were
Tom Bowe and Harriei Davidson. Margo Mclnfyre did an efficienl' iob on fhe sales drive. Special
reduciions were made fo siudenf body members who purchased 'lheir annual early. More copies were
reserved ihis year 'rhan ever before.
If is pracfically impossible in a yearbook fo eliminafe all errors: every efforf has been made, how-
ever, fo do so. Confinuing fhe policy begun Iasf year by Eclifor Basfian, fhe iunior college has been
given more represenfafion as a separafe unif. Alfhough fhere are more pages 'rhan before, fhe acfual
size of fhe boolc is smaller. Convenfional divisions have nof been used. The edifors feel fhaf fhe
changes ,which have been macle are an improvemenf over fhe olcl sfyle. While somefhing may nof
meef wifh your approval, if is frusfecl fhaf fhis issue of fhe Naraniaclo will serve as a pleasanf remind-
er of anofher evenfful year on fhe Pacific campus.
WRIGHT BOWE BUTCHER
HOLDEN SMITH DAVIDSON
McINTYRE MILLER CORTELYOU
Bengal Daily Bullefln is placed every day of fhe school
week in seven of fhe campus buildings announcing fhe day's
acfnvifles of fhe various sfudenf and faculfy groups as well
as announcemenfs of general sfudenf body mferesf. The value
of fhe bullefm has been proved fume and again in fhe six years
of nfs exlsfence The :mporfanf fask of gafhering informafion
and having fhe bullehn posfed by elghf o clock every morn-
ing fell fo Edlfor Pafrlcia Carson senor sfudenf. The Bengal
Daily published by fhe Pacific Sfudenf Associafion, is under
fhe lurlsdicfuon of fhe Publvcaflons Commnffee.
Fanfaring fhe advanfages of fhe College of fhe Pacific
and ifs prominenf personages are Beverly Wrighf and Bob
Monagan. For fhe pasf fwo and a half years Miss Wrighf,
a iunior sfudenf, has been publicizing fhe accomplishmenfs
of sfudenfs and faculfy, Liffle Theafre, and ofher deparfmenfs,
excepfing afhlefics which fhis year have been more fhan ad-
equafely handled by Monagan, a sophomore sfudenf. Before
affending college bofh were employed on daily papers, and
since have become inferesfed in college iournalism. Miss
Wrighf's boss is Bob Burns, and Monagan's is Doc Breeden.
Their news releases are prinfed in papers and iournals fhrough-
ouf California, and on parficular occasions elsewhere. They
also confribufe fo fhe Pacific Review, alumni quarferly.
The second issue of MSS was published fhis year by fhe
Scroll and Sfylus Club wifh Pacific Sfudenf Associafion help.
This second affempf of fhe club fo bring fo Pacific a creafive
magazine of sfudenf wrifing was even more successful fhan
lasf year's. lngeborg Van Loben Sels edifed fhe manuscripfs,
and Jeanne Woodruff, presidenf of Scroll and Sfylus, was
business manager. To fhe magazine's credif fhere was no
adverfising. Copies were offered fo sfudenf body members
af a reduced rafe. If is quife possible fhaf MSS will become
an official PSA magazine nexf year under fhe confrol of fhe
Publicafions Commiffee. Praise should be given fhe Scroll
and Sfylus Club for ifs earnesf and successful efforf fo bring
furfher credif and presfige fo fhe college.
While fhe eyes of fhe nafion were
furned foward fhe war in Europe, and fhe
possibilify of American involvemenf fhere-
in, P.S.A. debafers argued fhe merifs of a
proposal designed fo safeguard American
peace. ln doing so, fhey sef a compefifive
record fhaf probably will nof soon be equal-
ed. The formal debafe quesfion was Re-
solved: Thaf fhe Unifed Sfafes should adopf
a policy of sfricf economic and milifary iso-
lafion from all nafions oufside fhe Wesfern
Hemisphere engaged in armed infernafional
or civil conflicf.
Here are a few of fhe oufsfanding
achievemenfs which made fhe I939-40 sea-
ill Marfin Pulich and Bill Biddiclc be-
came fhe firsf C.O.P. men's feam in hisfory
fo win a debafe fournamenf.
l2l Lois Archibald and Gladys Barfholo-
mew won women's debafe fhe firsf fime
fhey ever compefed fogefher.
l3l For fhe firsf fime, C.O.P. won fhe
sweepsfalces award af fhe Linfield lnvifa-
l4l Biddiclc and Pulich, fhe No. I men's
feam, won one firsf, fied for second fwice,
and losf only 5 of 38 decision debafes in
l5l John Fanucchi foolc fhird in orafory
af fhe nafional Pi Kappa Delfa fournamenf,
fhe highesf any C.O.P. represenfafive has
SMITH, HOWDEN, KNOLES, COCHRANE,
lol Biddick won sevenlh in exfempore in
+he P.K.D. nafional.
l7l Allen Breed look lhird in exfempore
ai' fhe Phi Rho Pi nalional.
l8l ln four Wesf Coasi' fournamenfs,
C.O.P. and S.J.C. word-slingers won five
firsfs, four seconds, five 1'hirds, and a hosf of
A sfriking display of C.O.P. squad
s+reng+h came ai' 'rhe Linfield Invi+a+ional
where Biddick and Pulich won men's debaie,
Archibald and Bar+holome,w won women's
debale, Biddick won exiempore, and Fanuc-
chi won orarory. In addi+ion +o fhe firsf
places, Biddick was fhird in aHer-dinner
speaking and received a plaque as ou+s+and-
ing man in 'The fournamenf, Pulich was ihird
in imprompfu, Fanucchi and Carl Fuller wen'r
fo 'I'he finals in debafe, and Fuller was
sevenfh in orafory. The experf efforfs of
fhis delega'rion of six added +he sweeps+akes
cup lo +he lrophy colleciion, and marked up
+he mos+ smashing vicfory of fhis or any
Meanwhile fhe Junior College debafers
were compiling a good record. Claude
Hogan and Allen Breed 'lied for second in
lhe junior rivision in lhe W.A.T.S. fourna-
menl' Thanksgiving week. Then Hogan
came back To win 'lhe Town Hall evenf wifh
Joe Kegler second in lhe annual Slocklon
Junior College lnvilalional. The season
ended wilh lhe Phi Rho Pi nalional where
Breed loolc lhird in exlempore.
The C.O.P. season was climaxed by lhe
Phi Kappa Della nalional lournamenl in
Knoxville, Tenn. Biddiclc, Pulich, Fanucchi,
and Fuller, accompanied by Prolessor Belz,
made lhe lrip wilh lhe resulls lisled above.
Biddick and Pulich losl lwo, one loo many,
ol lheir eighl preliminary debales and were
eliminaled. Fuller and Fanucchi parlicipa-
led in lhe sludenl legislalive assembly.
Following lhe P.K.D. lournamenl, Bid-
dick, Fanucchi, and Prol. Belz hopped lhe
conlinenl lo Corvallis, Oregon lo parlici-
pale in lhe Pacilic Forensic League conlesl.
Again Biddiclc won, lhis lime in aller-dinner
speaking, and Fanucchi loolc second in ora-
lory. Fuller and Pulich relurned lrom Knox-
ville lhe hard way, wilh a series ol nine exhi-
bi+ion debales againsl schools in lhe Middle
Wesl and Rocky Mounlain areas.
Allhough lhe loss ol everyone bul Bid-
diclc from lhe Senior College squad will be
serious, lhe weallh ol good malerial in lhe
Junior College promises anolher excellenl
season lor bolh schools. Al any rale, bolh
C.O.P. and S.J.C. are now secure in lheir
places on lhe lorensic map!
THIS YEAR'S TROPHIES
CLARK, BETZ, NICHOLS
LAMB oEcoRATo RS
MOST COLO RFU L
WHO'S WHO WITHOUT HIS SHIRT THE BIRD
IF YOU MUST READ THIS DO SO IN VERTICAL
COLUMNS FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. WIZARD
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BARBARA STEWART, MANOR
BARBARA LENNOX, TAU KAPPA
JANE JORDAN, EPSILON
CHARLOTTE SMITH, CO-OP
PHYLLIS GRIMSHAW, MU ZETA
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"Pop" Gordon's annual half-band concerl, half-open-season on your neighbors 'lurned oul' 'l'o be a
roaring success before a packed and enlhusiaslic house. New lows in saiire and aspersion were reach-
ed, Alpha Thela winning fhe booby prize 'For +alcing fhe worsi' bealing, Archania 'lhe SIO, bring your
own barrel, firsf prize, Omega Phi 'ralcing second place and a crack a+ lhe people nexl' door. Below,
"Pop" lakes his well deserved bow. Opposile, Tau Kappa's ouidoor bed and baihroom comedy, Bill
Ramsey infroduces Phi Mu Alpha's "Ea+ ai Moe's"g Pinnochio Slolz gels il' in 'I'he nose from one of Rhiz-
omia's Purple Fairies. Confinued on following page. Mu Ze+a's clever lanfern-slide Fashion Show 'rurned
oui' definiiely un-phologenic. Archania's Hawaiian Maid was loo much for boih cameramen, bul', a'H'er
all, if wasn'+ how +hey said il, ii' was whal' lhey said. Ear al' Moe's.
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praw, members of lhe aclive commiflee whose chef doevre was The "7I Dimplecl Knees by
Popular Requesl"', l'he lasl' word in Drum Maioreffes. Assembly programs were macle con-
sis+en+ly inleresling, having among 'rhe lisf of guesis fhe celebrafecl slooge Rubinoff.
THOMPSON BRIGGS SCHEDLER
ABOVE: PRES. VIRGINIA CHAPMAN. BELOW: FLICKINGER, STR ONG, BISHOFBERGER, MORGAN, WEIGART, SMITH, GOODWIN
The Associafed Women Sfudenfs, one of fhe mosf acfive groups on fhe campus 'rhis year, in
addifion fo ifs regular acfivifies, has inifiafed fwo new honor sociefies composed of oufsfanding
sophomore and senior women sfudenfs.
Among fhe regular funcfions, are fhe various scholarships and fhe revolving lending fund, which
are given each year fo fhe mosf deserving applicanfs.
The mosf profifable proiecf is fhe Cub House, owned and operafed by fhe A. W. S., employ-
ing sfudenf help. lf serves as a gafhering place for bofh faculfy and sfudenf infellecfual and social
One of fhe mosf imporfanf faslcs of each semesfer is fhe providing of Big Sisfers for incoming
freshmen. This year a picnic dinner was given fo welcome all new sfudenfs and furfher acquainf
fhem wifh college life. Represenfing fhe associafion, Presidenf Virginia Chapman affended fhe con-
on of fhe Wesfern Conference, of which fhe group is a member.
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definifely esfablished women's self-governmenf on fhe campus.
lock-up hours for all living groups and fhe ,punishmenf for infringemenf of fhese regulafions.
' hool spirif, swishers were sold fo women for rallies and foofball games.
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Firsl' of fhe acfivifies of 'I'he Women's A'rhle'I'ic Associafion was a barn dance
given in +he gym. A bonfire and wienie roasf was given +0 welcome ihe new fresh-
men. Following each business meefing was a social program, providing various fypes
of en+er+ainmen+ for +he members. Among +hem +his year were a card par+y held in
fhe S+uden+'s Chrisiian Associalion building ai' which refreshmenis were served, and
a badminion parfy which also included refreshmen+s. Represeniing +he College of Pa-
cific and Sfockfon Junior College, Miss Marion Coombs aH'ended a combined Wo-
men's Afhlefic Associaiion and Associaied Women Sfudenfs' convenfion a+ Modesfo.
Along wifh 1'he regular gym classes of archery, swimming, skafing, modern dancing,
lennis, horseback riding, and clogging lhere were l'hree new ones. The rise in popu-
larify of skiing broughl' a ski class which included bofh men and women sfudenfs.
Though no aciual skiing was done +his year, +he group was ins+ruc+ed by Mr. Dash-
iell in fechnique and praciical exercises. Miss Hill iniroduced a class in folk dancing,
and Miss Shaw began a class of Social Dancing, bofh of which were also made up
of men and women. Archery and fennis confinued 'lo be fhe more popular classes
wifh an increased enrollment Horseback riding under ihe direciion of Mrs. Char-
loHe Clark ai' fhe Mounf Diablo Sfables was carried on ,wi+h as much success as lasi'
year. Among fhe iournamenfs sponsored by fhe W. A. A. was a ping-pong march
supervised by Viole'r Graves, and a nafional infercollegiafe archery i'ournamen'I' held
by means of mail and Telegraph. The officers of fhis year were, Presideni Jean Good-
win, Secrefary Claudina Houser and Treasurer Viole+ Graves. The newesl' ac+ivi1'y
of ihe group was rhe sporis mee+, a con'res'r beiween 'lhe living groups, Epsilon Lamb-
da Sigma, Mu Zera Rho, Alpha Theia Tau, Tau Kappa Kappa, Manor Hall, Women's
Hall and 'I'he Town Group. Par'I'icipan+s of each house compeied in iennis, swimming
and archery, winning one poinl' for 'rheir group by enfering each game, ihree poinis 'For
firsl place and fwo for second place. The group foialing fhe mosi number of poin+s won
a perpeiual frophy +0 be kepi' for one year. The sporfs meel' is expecfecl io bring a
greaier inieresi' on ihe campus in 'ihe aciivifies of ihe Women's Aihleric Associa'I'ion.
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and Orchesis, was given on lhe ninlh, lenlh, and elevenlh ol May. Under fhe direc-
lion ol Miss Mae Shaw, lhis evenl is one ol lhe highlighls ol lhe spring semesler. The
program lor lhe drama was:
Acl I. The Sleeping Princess. .
Scene I, Chrislening ol lhe Baby Princess: Scene ll, The Princess's Sevenlh Birlh-
day Parlyg Scene Ill, The Princess's Eighleenlh Birlhday Parlyg Scene lV, One Hun-
dred Years Laler. Sleeping Beauly, seven years old, Elsie Weverg eighleen years old,
Marjie Raschg Prince, Jeanne Sanderson: Wicked Godmolher, Mary Winsor: Peasanls,
Grace Anlonius, Kalhleen Burum, Lucille Chadwick, Lorraine Davis, Nickie Ficovich,
Marion Gregson, Belly June Ledbeller, Kalherine McDonald, Ruby Parsons, Alice Phelps,
Calherine Saunders, Jean Slrong.
Processional-Palricia Collins, Grela Davenporl, Beverly Gardner, Lois Lasell,
Marie Sala. Children-Carol Mae Brown, Jeanne Orlon, Joan Wellon, Nancy Or-
lon. Direclors: Barbara Alberlson and Norma Marcellin.
A Dance in May-Jacqueline Rilchie. Two Dance Mimes-Jean Marie Marble-
slone, Marjorie McDonald, Sylvia Slephens. Drawing Room Episode-Maid, Sylvia
Slevensg Hosless, Belh Townsend, Guesls, Aileen Boller, Doris Guernsey, Jean Marie
Marbleslone, Mariorie McDonald, Eloise Lamberl. Illusion-Roxene Halele. Brahams
Wallzes-Joyce Blackman, Marion Gregson, Doris Guernsey, Birdie Hoskins, Kalher-
ine Kuivala, Belly Ledbeller, Norma Marcellin, Marie Sala, Calherine Saunders.
Deep Purple--Barbara Alberlson, Florence Boyes, Verna Dunslan, Dorolhy Kolln.
Wallz-Jackie Rilchie, Florine Buoy, Mariie Rasch, June Vickland. Married Life-
Bernadine Badger, Aileen Boller, Eloise Lamberl, Jean Marie Marbleslone. Moderne-
Barbara Alberlson, Roxene Halele, Verna Dunslan. Jiller Jillers-Bernadine Badger.
Tragic Cycles--Prologue, Barbara Alberlson, Decadence, Barbara Alberlson, Florence
Boyes, Bernadine Badger, Norma Marcellin, Florine Buoy, Jackie Rilchie. American
Challenge-Pacilic dance group assisled by Toni Rilberg and June Vickland.
Anolher ol lhe imporlanl aclivilies ol lhe dancing classes was lhe Symposium
given by lhe Slocklon Junior College, College ol Pacific and Slocklon High School.
Members ol lhe dancing classes ol all norlhern Calilornia colleges were inviled lo al-
lend. Miss Veronica Palaky gave lhe demonslralion lesson in lhe morning and pre-
senled a recilal lhal evening in lhe audilorium. This marks lhe end ol lhe elevenlh
year ol organized dancing groups al Pacilic.
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Eariy in SepTember a squad oT TorTy-seven grid candidaTes gre
STagg, Line Coach Raiph Francis, and assisTanT Coaches Bob Coe and Ciem SwaggerTy. ATTe
Two weeks oT condiTioning work and hard pracTice, The Goiden Tigers were ready To ceiebraTe
Coach STagg's TiTTieTh year oT acTive coaching.
The TirsT game oT a "suicide" scheduie oT ThirTeen games was The SouTh DaicoTa encoun-
Ter. STaged in SacramenTo by The ScioTs, The game represenTed The cuirninaTion oT a day oT
TeTing and ceiebraTing TooTbaii's Grand Oid Man. in The sTands There were high schooi,iun-
ior coiiege, and coiiege coaches who paid TribuTe To Their paTriarch.
The game iTseiT ended in a 6-0 vicTory Tor The Bengais, The eighTh consecuTive win spread
over Two seasons. OT The conTesT Biii Coniin says in The SacramenTo Union, "..iusT one piayf
a compiicaTed buT eTTecTive Torward pass sTraTagem in The second quarTerfiasT nighT gave
Coiiege oT The PaciTic a b To 0 verdicT over SouTh DaicoTa as 7500 persons waTched in Sacra-
' TT acTed by The Twin spec,Tacies oT an inTersecTionai TooTbaii game sponsered
' A os Aion-Lo STagg's 5OTh year oT TooTbaii coaching.
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A week Toiiowing Their ciose DakoTa win, The Goiden Tig
ing worid wiTh a one Touchdown vicTory over The U. C. Bears, Top-heavy Tav .
ATTer an exchange oT punTs in The Third quarTer The S-Taggmen received The baii
on The Bear 47. Tommy OTaeTa picked up nine yards in Two smashes oTT righT Tackieg
Two piays by Bobby iCienT1. and an oTTside penaiTy puT The Tigers on The U. C. 24.
OiaeTa and iCienT1 added nine yards, buT wasTed a down when KienT-L iosT a yard.
Then Bob "Aiax" Adamina ToTTed a pass To End Doug Smaiiwood, who snaked
pasT Tony Firpo, Bear saTeTy man, and scored sTanding up. The win was no "Tiuke."
The Bengais gained Twice The yardage oT The Bears and compTeTeTy dominaTed The
game. One naTionaT coTumnisT commenTed ThaT The wriTers musT have TorgoTTen This
vicTory when They were picking The year's ouTsTanding upseT.
The Third game, wiTh The Loyoia Lions, TeaTured The vaunTed arm oT Bob Ada-
mina, who Tossed Two passes which ended in Touchdowns. ATTer a 'I-6 iead in The
TirsT haTT, The Tigers had To come Trom behind To knoT The score aT T3 poinTs each. As
Juies Deiancey, sporTs wriTer Tor a Los Angeies paper said, "Coach A. A. STagg, who
T 50 oT his Tl years coaching TooTbaiT Teams, Tried Tor The TourTh Time iasT
ia UniversiTy and Taiied as his Coiiege oT The PaciTic were heid
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FiTTeen Thousand specTaTors wiTnessed San ose s -
which Bill Leiser, s,porTs ediTor oT The San Francisco Chronicle, had sTaTed "mighT be Tor The
CoasT championship." The conTesT marked The renewal oT The rivalry oT Glenn "Pop" War-
ner and Amos STagg. By keeping poTenTial PaciTic receivers bo++led up, rushing The passer,
and uncorlcing a Triclcy Warner running aTTaclc wiTh double and Triple reverses, The San Jose-
ans earned Their sevenTh sTraighT vicTory oT The season.
Following- The SparTan conTesT, The Bengals recovered some oT Their earlier glory when
They gave Cal Ramblers Their worsT deTeaT oT The season, 3l-7. Two runs oT 55 yards by Emil
SeiTerT Trom scrimmage and Bob KienTz on a punT reTurn Thrilled The handTul oT specTaTors.
ln anoTher "naTural" Tor The San Joaquin Valley, The Fresno Bulldogs handed The STagg-
men Their second deTeaT, 7-0. The game was close ThroughouT wiTh PaciTic in Fresno TerriTory
during mosT oT The conTesTq however, The Bulldog score, which came wiTh a 45 yard gallop
' ' T a susTained drive oT 88 yards.
Through The Bengal defense, was The culmunahon o
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The Toiiowing week, Cai Aggies Tieided a surprisingiy adepT squad and heid The Tavored
Bengais To a 'li-T2 vicTory.
Traveiing To Tucson The Tigers meT and were conquered by The UniversiTy oT Arizona
eieven. AiThough The WiidcaTs piayed a more superior brand oT baii, iT Took a Treak break
Tor Them To grab The iead. On an aTTempTed pass piay, an Ari'Lona end grabbed The baii Trorn
iCienT1. and raced 45 yards To paydirT. I
ReTurning To STockTon, The Bengais subdued a Tough Chico squad on Thanksgiving day.
EnTering The Tinai quarTer wiTh buT a seven poinT iead, The PaciTiciTes Tinaiiy Tound Themseives
, and quickiy scored Three Touchdowns, The Tinai counT being 3 i -6.
SuTTering a ieTdown, The Tigers were Tarnished by a srnaii group oT Nevada Woives, The
scoref8 To 0. I
On Their way To Hawaii The boys TorgoT To iump when They hiT San Diego: consequenTiy
The Marines won a T4-0 vicTory.
The Tigers broke inTo The win coiumn, aTTer an absence oT Two games, To deTeaT The Uni-
oT Hawaii Team, T9-6. However, The humidiTy Tinaiiy goT Them, and They iosT Their
ionai Heaiani Team oT Honoiuiu, Tor an average oT .500 Tb wins
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lnauguraTing The second year oT Jaysee TooTball compeTiTion, newly-ap,poinTecl Coach Doug
Dashiell and AssisTanT Kris Kieldsen welcomed a 50 man TurnouT. The Tough Cub Schedule oT 7 games
included some oT The larger, sTronger NorThern CaliTornia iunior colleges.
Three oT The conTesTs-San MaTeo, Aggie Frosh, and Marin--were played in BaxTer STadium To
small crowds. BoTh oT The Cub vicTories were in This group.
Relying upon a large group oT new maTerial and a handTul oT reTurning sophomore leTTermen, The
Jaysees held a highly-TouTed SanTa Rosa Junior College squad To a l'3-6 vicTor. The lone Orange and
Black score came on a 40-yard pass Trom Johnny Camicia To end Ted STewarT. ln This, The TirsT game
oT The season, The Cubs showed a diversiTied aTTack, which showed promise oT winning games. ,
STill licking Their wounds, The Jaysees nexT were caughT TlaT-TooTed by The San MaTeo eleven and
wenT down To a l5-0 deTeaT. The San MaTeans marched Through The Cubs aT will and blocked a punT
by Larry Clark Tor a saTeTy.
One brieT momenT oT glory, and DusTy Miller saved The squad Trom anoTher shuT-ouT. The di
k ModesTo kick on The 30-yard line and wenT all The way To a Touchdown
minuTive Cub back Too a
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serves and earned ihe firsr viciory of rhe season, I3-O. The con.--., I
cific-San Jose iusde, afforded Siockion roorers a chance 'fo see a smooih-running roorua..
machine. Half Ari' Paulson scored one Touchdown, sei 'fhe siage for anorher. A reverse,
good for 25 yards, accounied for ihe iniiial score: a '30-yard pass, Camicia io end John Brown,
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yards To Brown, who iaTeraied To Joe GiovaneTTi, anoTher iaTerai To Gordon Aiphonse, Thence
To ArT Pauison, who crossed The goai iine.
EnTireiy ouTciassing Their opponenTs, The STockTon eieven adminisTered a sound deTeaT To
The Marin Junior Coiiege group. On an end-around Brown wenT 20 yards Tor a score in The sec-
ond quarTer1 GiovaneTTi piunged over Trorn The 5-yard iine, To give The Cubs a hard-earned
T3-7 win. The ,passing oT Bob Carr oT The Marin group equaiied The exhibiTion oT passer-de-
ii ieven The Cubs goT some
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ABOVE: ASSISTANT COACH RALPH FRANCIS, SENIOR
MANAGER, BOVEY: SOPH.. PHILLIPSg JUNIOR, HARVEY:
ASSISTANTS SWAGERTY. COE.
BOARD OF ATHLETIC CONTROL
SEATED: CORSON, RITTER. CAVIGLIA. BREEDEN, ORTON.
STANDING: DAW, DUNLAP, CATTERAL. LAMB, KEINTZ.
Facing prolonged sfiff schedule of conference and non-conference games, fhe Pacific Var-
sify hoop quinfef began fheir currenf baslcefball campaign wifh a fighf game againsf fhe Alumni.
The closeness of fhe vicfory, 39-37, dispersed any opfimism fhaf mighf have exisfed previously in
fhe minds of fhe coaches regarding fhe chances fhaf Pacific mighf have had fo walk ouf wifh fhe
Far Wesfern Conference fifle.
I-lowever, affer fhe squad began fo round info form and a few veferans, +he foofball season
complefed, refurned fo fhe hardwood, fhe prospecfs of a winning season became brighfer. The
Tigers more fhan lived up fo expecfafions by grabbing off fheir firsf six vicfories-one of fhem
wifh a powerful San Jose Sparfan squad.
Buf in fheir second game wifh fhe Sparfans fhe Varsify encounfered ifs firsf loss. From fhis
fime on fhe Tigers seemed iinxed, for in spife of fhe brillianf playing fhaf fhey somefimes demon-
sfrafed, fhe local feam was able fo win buf one more filf in fhe enfire season. This single remaining
McWILLlAMS DAHL HIGGINS
ABOVE: AGAINST SAN JOSE. LEFT: ADAMINA, NORTON, BROWNELL
vicfory came againsf a favored Nevada squad in fhe
Tigers' second conference engagemenf.
This failure of fhe Fighfing Bengals fo annex a
formidable array of vicfories should make no reflecfion
upon fheir abilifies, for in fhe nonconference games
affer San Jose fhey were piffed againsf schools far ouf
of fheir size-class. If is a credif fo fhe locals fhaf fhey
were able fo furn in such excellenf performances
againsf feams like Sanfa Clara which was one of fhe fin-
esf casaba groups in fhe counfry.
Besides Sanfa Clara fhe Varsify also faced Sfanford
Universify and fhe Universify of San Francisco Dons be-
fore fhey enfered info fhe acfual compefifion of fhe Far
ln spife of fheir defeafs fhe Tigers faced fhe confer-
ence games wifh warranfed brighfness for fhey were a
sfeadily improving club and were defermined fo make
a good showing againsf 'rhe lesser compefifion of fhe
smaller league schools.
The opening fwo-game series wifh Nevada proved
fhaf fhe Bengals had bofh -feefh and fangs and were
able fo use fhem, for, affer dropping fhe firsf 'rilf by
fhe slim margin of fwo poinfs, fhey came back in fhe
following evening wifh such spirif fhaf 'rhe Wolves were
forced fo bow in a heafed overfime period, 46-44.
Nexf Pacific faced fhe California Aggies, who,
boasfing one of fhe sfrongesf feams in fheir hisfory,
were conference champions fhis year. The musfangs
were hard puf fo defeaf fhe desperafe Tigers, buf on
fhe sfrengfh of fhe locals slow sfarf .were able fo eke ouf
These lasf fwo defeafs seemed fo unnerve fhe Var-
sify and fhey consequenfly dropped fheir nexf fhree
conference filfs. Fresno grabbed 'rwo of fhese easily,
and Chico had no frouble in winning fheir firsf game of
fhe 'I'wo-game series againsf 'l'he Tigers.
The second nighf fhough, Chico Sfafe ran info defi-
nife frouble and came away fhankful for fheir hard won
vicfory. Tradifion requires fhaf graduafing afhlefes be
allowed fo sfarf fhe lasf ball game of fheir college
careers. Thusly, a feam of Tigers composed complefely
of fhe class of I940 fook fhe courf againsf fhe confidenf
sfafers. These senior Tigers furned in fhe besf game of
fhe year, sfarfing from 'rhe opening whisfle 'rhey foughf
fhe Wildcafs every inch of fhe way. Through fhe enfire
firsf half fhey foughf gallanfly mafching fhe Sfafers
poinf for poinf. Their valianf figh+ confinued on
OPPOSITE. MORGAN, KELLY, IRWIN. MGR. BELOW: LENAHAN, HENNING
BELOW RIGHT: STAR KEN ROGERS SINKS ANOTHER AGAINST CHICO
SAN JOSE SERIES
ihrough fhe mos? parl' of fhe final slanza, bu'r near fhe end fhey began +o lag and a las+ minule
subsfifufion of +he sophomore firsr srring failed fo pull +he game our of +he fire. Chico won 29-26,
buf fhey knew 'lhey had played a ball game.
Les Lenehan, sophomore sfreak, amazing onlookers wi+h his uncanny +rick shors led fhe scoring
parade wilh I35. He was followed closely by sfeady fasi' Efhan Higgins, 'l'wo year mainslay for
1'l1e varsily who scored I28 poinfs.
LeHermen were: Seniors, Earl Dahl, Efhan Higgins, Bob Adamina, Par Dunlap, Hugh McWill-
iams: Sophomores, Les Lenehan, Kenny Rogers, Bob Monogang and Junior, Wal+ Kelly.
COACH CH RIS KJ ELDSEN
In i1's second season of exisience +he Chris Kieldsen coached S+ock+on Jaysee baskelball ream
began 1'he curreni' season splendidly, lagged dishearfeningly in +he mon'rh of January, and 'fhen
came charging back wi+h a scorching winning sireak of fwelve games +o finish 'iheir winrer cam-
paign wil'h sevenleen wins and buf seven losses.
No less l'han sevenly-five hopefuls furned our for fhe leam during 'rhe firsl few nighls of
pracfice, buf 'ihe squad was soon cul' and Coach Kieldsen sei abou+ 'rhe fask of rounding his pro-
'reges info form by scheduling a number of games wifh prominenf high schools. These, fhe Cubs
won easily wiih imposing scores exhibiling fine leam work. h
However, in January +he Tiny Tigers slumped in+o a losing sfreak which fhey seemed unable
'ro break. The oullook 'For a successful season became bleak as fhe locals dropped game affer
game io inferior opponenfs.
SULLIVAN ROGERS TOOMAY
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FIRST ROW: JONTE, MARTIN, HEBRON, CAMICIA, MILLER, SMITH. SECOND ROW: DAVIS. ROGERS, SINGLETON, TOOMAY. MA-
SON, SULLIVAN, KINGSALL, KJELDSEN. BELOW: DAVIS, MILLER, MASON. OPPOSITE: SINGLETON, CAMICIA. SULLIVAN, MILLER
Afler January's seven srraighf defeals Kielclsen's Kids, helped infinifely by 'rhe addilion of
Don Rogers, who scored I09 poin+s in len games, +o +he +eam, 'look a decided lurn +o 1'he beH'er
and proceeded +0 blasl 'lheir way lhrough a 'lwelve game win sfrealc wifhoul' a single defeal.
The six men mos'r responsible for 'rhe long s+ring of vicfories were: Don Rogers, Dus+y Miller,
John Camicia, Long John Toomay, Berl Mason, and Don Sullivan. This line-up developed such a
slyle of elusive fasf breaking 'I'ha+ opponenls were bewildered and amazed.
Campbell "Dus+y" Miller, speedy hawkeyed forward, led +he scoring parade for +he season
wifh l58 markers and was follqwed by Jaclc Toomay, Coach Kieldsen's giganfic pivo'r man, who
managed +o lip IIO digifs 'rhrough +he hoop. John Singlelon, 'rwo year slandoul' a+ guard for
'rhe Baby Bengals, was elecled caplain for l'he year.
Nexl' year 'lhe Cubs enier 'lhe Norfhern California Jaysee loop wi+h brighl prospecfs for
being prominenf confenders.
Inauguraiing fheir firs+ year of compefilion in fhe Norlhern California J. C. Conference, fhe Cub cin-
dermen placed fif+h in 1'he big meef wi+h nine poinfs and furnished The meer sensa+ion, diminulive Wesley
Miller, who broke fhe exisfing mile record. They also look second in +he "B" Conference behind Sali-
nas J. C.
For +he firsi' 'rime in fhree years, +he Jaysees defeafed +he S+ock+on Hi fhinclads, in 'Their firsi' mee'r
of 1'he season. Miller served nofice fhaf he would be fhe besl' miler in 'l'his sec+ion by winning +ha+ even+ in
good lime. ln +heir second meel' 'l'he Cubs whipped squads from Placer and Yuba Junior Colleges.
There followed a 'lrianguler-meel win over fhe Sfanford frosh and Menlo J. C. The relay and iavelin
evenfs gave +he Cubs a pho'ro-finish by one poinf. Greenman did 25 'Fla'r in +he 220-yard low hurdles for
a new J. C. record: Brown also sei a new mark of 50.8 in +he quarfer.
ln 'rhe N.C.J.C.C. mee+ 'rhe mile mark sei by Miller was 4:25.5, which broke 'Phe previous one by half
a second. King fook a fourfh in 'rhe mile: Blackwell, a 'rhird in +he quarferg and Sullivan, a fourfh in 'rhe dis-
cus. ln fhe final meer of 'rhe season l'he Jaysees dropped The "B" meef io 'rhe Omnipolenl Salinas squad.
Climaxing an undefeafed dual season of four wins, fhe Bengal fhinclads placed second in fhe Far
Wesfern Conference. The week following, fhey fool: fiffh in fhe Wesf Coasf Relays wifh four poinfs, gar-
nered by Fred Bonnifield and Lew Ford.
The firsf dual vicfim was fhe Modesfo J. C. squad, ,which-losing by only 2 poinfs-almosf upsef fhe
dopecarf. Ford vaulfed I3 feef 6 inches for a new school record. Nexf fhe Tigers clawed fheir way fo a
decisive vicfory over fhe Cal Aggies. Pacing fhe Bengals was Tomasini wifh a new mile mark and Kenny
Rogers, who ran'a I5.4 fligh+ of high hurdles.
Vicfim number 3 was fhe Chico Wildcaf. This meer was sparlcled by BonnifieId's foss of over I5I feef
in fhe discuss: Pacific swepf bofh fhe shof-puf and 'Ihe discus. Undefeafed San Francisco Sfafe was fhe
fourfh squad fo fall. In fhe feafure race of fhe day Tomasini defeafed Kline in fhe mile, fhe Iaffer's only
defeaf of fhe season.
LEFT: BONNIFIELD, RITCHIE, TOMASINI
ABOVE: MILLER. LOONEY, PHILIP. ROGERS
RIGHT: FORD. OUTSTANDING POLE-
VAULTER AND HIGH-JUMPER
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ABOVE, FIRST ROW: RITCHIE, HANNER, FORD, LENAHAN, PHIFER, DAVIS, DUPRAW, TULLOCH,TOVANI, MEYER, EVANS.SECOND
ROW: JACKSON, LOONEY, DEAN GAY, DAVE GAY, PURCELL, ROGERS, TOMASINI, NELSON, KELLY, OSTRANDER, ATKINSON,
In +he Conference mee'r, Bonnifield se+ up a new record of I48 feet In 'rheir fif+h win fhe Tigers,
as an anficlimax 'ro Ihe season, whipped +he Jaysees in a mee'I which had been posfponed several Iimes be-
cause of rain. Tomasini sei a new record in fhe 880 in I'he fasf fime of I:56.5. Dave Gay also 'rossed Ihe
shoI' 47 fee+ IVQ inches for a new C.O.P. mark.
BELOW, FIRST ROW: WILLIAMS, SHANE, THOMPSON, THODE, ALFONSE, HARTER, COOLEY, BLACKWELL, PHILP, SULLIVAN. SEC-
OND ROW: GREENMAN, STACEY, STAPLER, MILLER, BROWN, CO NAWAY, JONES, PRICE. BEANLAND, KIM, EARLY, WONG.
The Sfoclcfon Junior College fennis feam showed vasf improvemenf fhis year, buf could win only
four ouf of fwelve mafches during fhe pasf season. In many insfances fhe Jaysees faced Class A iunior
college feams such as San Francisco, Menlo, and Modesfo. Coach Doug Dashiell awarded Bloclc S sweaf-
ers fo fhe following men: Sfewarf Browne, Bill Hunefeld, Wilfred Traphagen, and Earl Smifh. '
The College of fhe Pacific Tennis feam played eighf mafches fhis year againsf fop flighf compefifion.
An inexperienced feam spelled an unsuccessful season. The record included five losses, one fie, and
fwo vicfories for fhe Bengals. W
Coach Chris Kieldsen awarded Block P sweafers fo fhe following men: Marcello Umipeg, Doug Sabis-
fon, lan Hufcheon, and Herman Spindf.
These men will refurn nexf year and will furnish a nucleus of veferans which Coach Kieldsen hopes fo
build info a winning combinafion in I94I.
STANDING: SMITH, KARRIN, BROWN
KNEELING: CONTILLO, SILVA, DEDRICH
BELOW: HAMM, HUTCHIN. SABASTAN
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Chris Kieldsen had +he pleasure +his season of coaching one of +he finesi' Junior College
swimming feams in 'l'he Sfafe. To clafe fhe Cub splashers have weafherecl 'live mee+s and losf
one-'lhis 'lo +he San Jose Slaie varsify. Menfor Kieldsen worried by l'he graclualion of much
of lasl' year's maferial seems perfeclly safisfied wi'rh +he admirable performances of his pro-
leges so far.
BACK ROW: KJELDSEN. WEST, TOWSLEY, WRIGHT, TOOMAY. SIMPSON, MILLS, GOBEL
FRONT ROW: OWEN. HAWKINS, DAVIES, DEVOE, GNEKOW
RALPH WRIGHT, OWEN KJELDSEN, GNEKOW, TOSLEY AND DAVIES, DEVOE
The various abilifies of lhe leam were cenlered around Ralph Wrighf, rhe only man fo sur-
vive +he season undefealed. ln fad no one even came close +o lhe Slockfon boy, for he is by
far 'rhe ou+s+anding Freshman breas+s'rroker in +he nafion. His bes+ fime of 2:25.4 lowers +he
Nalional record over four seconds.
The only ofher undefeafed porlion of lhe Cub splash crew is lhe record-breaking relay
'ream. This 'ream composed of four excellenf sprinl' men who are all capable of breaking l:00
in 'rhe hundred, shaH'ered fhe exisfing school record by nine full seconds and swam 400 yds. in
4:00 flal. These 'Four versalile swimmers: AI Hawkins, Warren Mills, Long John Toomay, and
Ralph Wrigh+ were 'rhe cufslanding members of +he feam.
However, a few sfar paddlers do nol' make up a 'ream and 1'he squad was rounded our by
performers who were in all ways equal lo lhe aforemenlioned. Bob Owen, who has been a
slandoul' for The Cubs for 'rwo years, is pofenlially one of The finesf free sfylers on +he coasf.
LeH'ermen were: Jack Devoe, Vic Simpson, Bob Towsley, and Glen Wesl, besides lhose al-
In spiTe of The TacT ThaT The disasTrous burning oT The gymnasium has eliminaTed all possi-
biliTy oT concluding The original lnTramural sporTs schedule previously arranged, co-coaches
Chris Kieldsen and Earl Jackson were more Than saTisTied by The populariTy oT The various sporTs
evenTs. ln every case The race Tor The championship in The parTicular TournamenT being play-
ed aT The Time was hoTly conTesTed. Very Tew games or maTches were TorTeiTed because of a
lack oT suTficienT Turn-ouT of one oT The Teams.
The lnTramural evenTs run oTl in The Tall began wiTh baskeTball. The Team Trom Town, uTiliz-
ing many oT The presenT VarsiTy BaslceTball sTars, was an overwhelming TavoriTe To win The
TournamenT. They ran True To Torm easily deTeaTing every Team on The lisT. However, The oTher
places were hoTly conTesTed and second place finally developed inTo a Tie beTween The Dorm
and The Manor. The Tennis TournamenT, The second of The Tall evenTs, was won by Archania in
Tine s+yIe. None oT The oTher Teams seemed To be able To compeTe wiTh The powerful ArchiTes
in eiTher singles or doubles. lnTramural Golf was won by The Town wiTh The Dorm second. Vol-
ley ball was The Tinal Tall evenT and Though enThusiasm was lacking, The Town again emerged vic-
For Spring an even heavier Train of compeTiTion was planned, buT only a Tew of The evenTs
have been run oTf. Town, TradiTionally powerTul buT unorganized, romped To an easy vicTory
in The lnTramural Track meeT, 'followed closely by The Dorm. Omega Phi grabbed The soTTball
championships in sTraighT games. The horse-shoe TournamenT has noT been compleTed aT This
wriTing. OTher sporTs evenTs scheduled were ping-pong and swimming. These will noT be con-
cluded because oT The burnT gym.
Thus, 'in The lnTramural sTandings To daTe, Town leads wiTh 303 poinTs. Dorm and Manor
are close compeTiTors wiTh 284 and 227 respecTively. Omega Phi has 220, Archania 2I7, while
Rhizomia sTands in The cellar wiTh l85 markers.
Because of +l1e difficuliy of assembling
a +eam composed of men eligible for Far
Wesfern Conference compeiifion golf was
no'r included in flee official spor+s program
of eifher 'l'l1e Senior or Junior College.
Hence, fhose enfhusiasfs who carried on ai'
+l1eir own exxpense will receive no recogni-
+ion for fheir efforfs excepiing Hue pleasures
of 'l'l'l6 game. Managed by Lewis Morse,
+l1e feam consisied of George Waldy, J.
and W. Gunderl, Dave Brownell, Andy
Chinclmiolo, Talburi Smilh and Morse. The
leam compefed wiih Cal Aggies, whom
+l1ey clefeaied 3-2 and in 'l'l1e Far Wesiern
Conference +ournamen+ af Fresno.
Due io unsafisfaciory snow and weal'l1er
condifions in i'l1e Sierras 'rhis winfer fhe ac-
iivifies of 'ihe Pacific Ski Club were largely
confined +o "dry skiing" in flue comforiable
safefy of iheir weekly meefings. Feaiured
ai' 'rhese ga+l1erings were moving pic+ures of
ski acfivifies and lalks by prominenf ou+side
ski experfs. Periineni' informafion regard-
ing firs+ aid was given by Bob Breeden of
+l1e College Physical Educaiion deparimeni'
af one meefing. Trips were made +o Don-
ner Summif and a meet compleie wilh
prizes and 'rroplmies was held ai Soda Springs.
Honors wen'r 'I'o BeHy Vawfer and Lou Ker- E
rick. A+ a final dinner aciiviiies of +l1e year
were reviewed and a permanenf frophy for
individual accumulaiive scores announced.
JENNINGS. PATTERSON, GEROUL
ABBOTT BEHNEY BARRY
FENSTERMACHER FICOVICH FLICKINGER
HODGKINS HOGE F. HULL
MEYERS PARKER PORTER
D. H U LL
BOYER F. BRANSTAD M. BRANSTAD BROWN CAMERON
GENOCHIO GRADY GUERNSEY HAFELE HAMAKER
JONES KETMAN KNOLES McCARL McCULLOGH
RAILSBACK RITCHIE RICE SALA SAWYER
WALTERS WHERRY WHITE STRONG McMANUS
ALPHA THETA TAU
Pledges and chocolafe honored a+ par'ry
. . . Alpha Thefes carry on fhe 'rradilion of
'l'heir annual chocolaie parly. Holly berries,
bells are 'iheme of Chrisfmas dance a+ which
each guesl' is presenfed wi+h a giff . . . Clean
up made simple by conspicuous lack of furni-
+ure . . . wi+h much iniliafive fhe- "Case of
'rhe Disappearing Furnil'ure" is solved by dis-
covery of same a+ a local slorage company
. . . discomforl' of sleeping on springs wifh-
oul' ma+'rresses proves lo be +he lack of s+raw
+ha'r broke +he Alpha Thefes back . . . fhe
guns are faken from Their ancienf hiding place
and re'I'urned . . . All is forgiven. Mrs. Mil-
lam, new housemofher, is honored a+ +ea. Tak-
ing advanfage of Leap Year . . . gold bands,
marriage cerfiiicafes, wedding cake, are pre-
dominanf af dance now Gone wifh fhe March
Winds . . . Climax of social ac+ivi+ies is Spring
Formal given in May. Tears and par'I'ing giffs
for seniors af annual breakfasl' marks anolher
year a'l' Alpha Thela Tau which dafes back lo
I88I under +he name Sophelecfia.
ARNOT BAER BLACKMUN BUGBEE BURTON CAUBU CHAPMAN COFFMAN KAHAN
CROSS DODGE EASBY ETZEL HAMMEL GARDNER HONSBERGER HAMSHER HARRISON
D. FERGUSON J. FERGUSON B. FERGUSON FINK GOFF LU. KOWATCH LADDON LAGORIO MARBLESTONE
McINTOSH MORGAN MORRALL J. O'CONNOR K. O'CONNOR PATTERSON SACK SEAVERS SIMONSEN
SINCLAIR McDONALD LI. KOWATCH COOK SMITH SQUIRES STABLER TREVARROW UDDEN
Sfealc-bake, Dad's Poin'r, an opening social
even'r of l'he new semesfer in Sepfember . . .
The annual barn dance in 1'he aHic, which
shook fhe raffers . . . Early +o bed and early
+o rise for ihe breakfasf dance from six +0 'len
A. M .... Back fo childhood and shorf skirfs
and hair bows af 'rhe Chrisfmas Kid Par'ry . . .
An exchange of places wi+h +he faculfy, dur-
ing a dinner . . . King for a day . . . And
a polished apple for a souvenir . . . a s'ricky
kifchen as a resulf of +he +aFFy pull, wifh apr-ons
and caps for all . . . fhe brawny boys of fhe
varsify foofball feam honored ai' dinner . . .
Formals and +ux, ihe uniforms for special
even+s . . . Dads gel' 'I'rea+ed for once al' din-
ner par+y . . . Mo+hers' Club en+er-rained
wifh movies . . . formal recepfion, Following
"Family Por'rrai+," 'For oufslanding acfress-
member Claribel . . . new love-sea+s in 'ihe liv-
ing room . . . engagemenfs announced al' +he
Senior Breakfasf . . . and so ends ano+her
even+ful year 'For fhe olclesf sororify wesi of
fhe Mississippi . . . founded as +he li+erary
sociefy Emendia in l858 . . . in +he by-gone
days of San Jose.
THE SUN PORCH
ANDERSON BADGER BUDIN CARSON COLVAN CORTELYOU DIXON FISHER
GRIMSHAW HOOSEN LAGOMARSINO LAMBERT LOMBARDI MANARY MARCELLIN MARSH
MATHEWS McINIS MILLER MORRILL RANNEY RAWLES SHAW SPRAGU
SWITZER TICOULAT WEINSTEIN WIGGINS WRIGHT WHITLOCK
MU ZETA RHO
A new kind of social affair on fhe campus
wilh Mu Zele having afler-dinner coffee par-
lies for faculfy and alums . . . Girls furn dec-
oralors and fransform fhe basemenf in+o cam-
pus's firsl' rumpus room, wilh colorful Mexican
murals . . . Honoring Slagg and fhe boys,
house inviles campus lo Soufh Dalcola rally
dance . . . Chrisfmas previewed a+ win+er
'formal . . . Special enferiainmenl by mem-
bers al' l'he Chrislmas parfy, wi'l'h gills for l'he
house . . . Girls model for +wo bridge-fash-
ion shows . . . Casl and crew of "Rosmer-
sholm" a+ supper par+y honoring leading lady
Joyce Wiggins . . . Tea infroducing new
housemofher Miss Florence Klaer . . . New
Year and Leap Year welcomed al' informal
dance. Carica'rures, man vs. woman, for dec-
oralions . . . l+alian dinner for iunior college
foolballancl baskelballleams . . . Wild Wesi'
+heme al' pledge dance: among fhose presenl
+wo wooden horses, Seabiscuil and Kayak . . .
Mo'l'hers guesfs al' buffel luncheon, Dads a+
barbecue . . . Spring formal dinner dance
. . . Summer weafher, +he barbecue pil' used
for ouldoor dinners . . . Senior br,eakfas+
ends Mu Ze+e's 1'wen+y-six+h year.
DIXON. MISS KLAER, CARSON
BRYSON BUTLER DOANE DU RST FIELD
HALL HOPPS HUNGERFORD KEEHNER LASSELL
LENNOX LLOYD MclNTYRE NILES SAGE SHEPARD
SMITH STARK STRADER STRONG VENTRE WILSON
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TAU KAPPA KAPPA
lce Cream Social, pafronesses, members
and alumnae gel logelher 'ro lalk lhings over,
held in garden in manner of +he gay nine'ries
. . . Aulumn coloring, leaves and vines form
background for sporl dance in Ocfober . . .
Scavengers lurn +o such obiecfs as marriage
licenses, laundry lickels, epilaphs, bullfrogs
and coil boxes of Model T Fords, af annual
Hamburger Dance . . . Surrounded by corn-
slalks, scarecrows and paper moons lhe refurns
of lhe excursion are displayed and winner is
rewarded ,wi'rh box of candy . . . Chrislmas
is celebraled in red and silver al dance, gar-
lands of cedar and mislleloe, candles and min-
a'I'ure snow scenes mark fesfive spiri+ . . .
Daughlers honor molhers al' musical program
. . . Novelfy dances, special fealure al' Valen-
line Dance . . . To San Francisco fo 'rhe
opera "Barber of Seville" . . . Guesls en'ler
lhrough +he back door for Backward Dance,
lurnilure faces wall, lables are upside down,
slems minus flowers, ice cream ealen wilh
knifes . . . Spring Formal in May . . . Sen-
ior Brealzfasl in June . . . Fashion Show in
garden las+ even'r of season, ending an ac'rive
and pleasanl' year for Tau Kappa Kappa.
TOMAS I NI
ROGERS ST. PETER
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Winfer .wonderland scene of formal dance,
carrying ouf fheme wifh snow, skiers in pasfel
drawings . . . Rivaling nexf door neighbors,
an imprompfu serenade echoes and re-echoes
over campus. Affair nof ferrific social success,
proves fo be definifely unsocial for following'
fhree monfhs. . . Special Thursday nighf din-
ners fhroughouf fhe year. . . Firsf dance of
spring semesfer is a blackouf, wifh war crisis
carried ouf in frue sfyleg complefe darkness
oufside, machine gun, helmefs, rifles, flags de-
corafe indoors. . . Tamale dinner in March,
guesf of honor, Jim Corsong fhen fo fhe baskef-
ball game, followed by card games af fhe house
af which losers were punished wifh ancienf
paddle cusfom. . . Annual field day in Tracy
. . . Picnic wifh girl friends af Loma Lake
. . . Card room redecorafed in buff and red
color scheme. . . Archifes go Hawaiian af
spring formal dance. . . Special war chanf by
Benfley brofhers, Al Hedges, and Roy Cooper
. . . The bells ring on and anofher year ends
for fhe oldesf social frafernify in fhe Unifed
MORE CAR TROUBLE
BERRY BELITSKY BERTRANE BIDDICK BOLTON
CHANEY COOK COLLETT COSSETT CROSS
GILGERT GRIFFITH HAMM I'-IANDLEY HANSON
KELLY KNIVETON KNOLES LYONS LEONHAUSER
MORRALL NELSON PAXTON PERRIN PHILIP
SMITH SWAGERTY THOMPSON THODE TRESIZE
H EB RON
OMEGA PHI ALPHA
Bubbles and balloons are fheme of dance
af opening of Omega Phi's fall social acfivifies
. . . Somefhing new in fhe ,way of campus af-
fire are fhe sfarfling purple and gold iaclcefs
wifh house emblem worn by members of fhe
Bulldog Pafrol and fhe campus shoeman . . .
Gulliver fravels 'lo Kid parfy, wifh a house of
Lillipuf fown forming fhe enfrance, for fhis
annual Chrisfmas dance . . . Archania and
Rhizomia 'rake shofs af oufdoor Chrisfmas free.
Omega Phi 'shoofs back af bofh in Band Frolic.
Lasf laugh? . . . Pledges enferfain members
and guesfs af April waffle parfy . . . The only
frafernify fo have a formal 'lea does so in
honor of Mrs. Lynch, housemofher, on April 28
. . . Buffef suppers on Sunday evenings for
fhe fellows and fheir girls . . . A moonlighf
nighf, and "Omega Phi Girl" .high-lighfs fhe
fradifional serenade of campus co-eds . . .
Inferior decorafing fhe new game room is ef-
fecfively finished in lcnoffy pine . . . lnfor-
mal dances enioyed fhroughouf year . . .
Climax fo all is spring formal wifh favors for
each guesf . . . I92I fo I940, anofher social-
ly and polifically successful year.
NEW RUMPUS ROOM
G. MILLER W. MILLER
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Rhizomia Booms! The big dance of rhe
fall semesfer al' Rhizomia . . . 'rhe Hell Dance
. . . +he fronf door is barred, +he gues'rs en-
+er .on a slide from 1'he second floor . . . lhe
decorafions including a coffin, are unusual and
vivid . . . guesi' favors, a slcelelon . . . for
fhe closei? Epifaphs on lombsiones . . . com-
men+s on all fhe houses . . . elegy in a cam-
pus churchyard. Discovery lhe morning a'H'er
. . . gues+ room ihoroughly cleaned by new
sfeam mefhod, removed every'rhing, including
rhe wallpaper. Comes Chrisrmas, ihe +emp+-
ing free a+op Omega Phi is given bofh barrels
and Rhizomia booms no more . . . for six
weeks. During l'he lull +o liven lhings up +he
campus shoeman is presen+ed wi+h one of rhe
slrilcing punple and gold iaclcels of Omega Phi
. . . complemenfs of Rhizomia and Archania.
The old 'rime feud ,wi+h Alpha Theia is revived
and ro force 'rhe issue of 'rhe refurn of ihe guns
fhe Rhiziles, overnighf, remove The downslairs
'furnirure . . . no resulis . . . 'lhe maH'resses
and fhe silverware disappear and ceremon-
iously +he guns are given back. Spring formal.
Rho Lambda Phi ends ils eighfy-firsf year.
ARNOT BARRY CARSON DIXON ETZEL FLICKINGER
LLOYD MILLER SEAVERS SAWYER VENTRE WILSON
Pan-Hellenic Council, governing l'he mulual affairs of The four sororilies, is composed each
semesfer of 'rhe presiden+s and vice-presidenfs of fhe houses. The officers roi'a+e from one house
fo +he o+her. This year Epsilon Lambda Sigma's presiden'rs headed fhe council, ancl Mu Zefa
Rho's served as secrefary-freasurer. The annual Pan Hell formal dance was held in April al' 'rhe
Clark Ho+el wilh "Shar-lil Hour" as +he fheme. Members of 'rhe council were Epsilon, Margueriie
Elzel, Pafricia Seavers, Jean Arnoh Mu Zeia, BeH'y Dixon, Palricia Carson, Beverly Miller: Alpha
er: Tau Kappa, Lois Mae Venire, Lucille Wilson,The1'a, Minnie Sawyer, BeH'y Barry, BeH'e Fliclcing
Melba Jean Lloyd.
PHH HELLEHIC CUUHCIL
Composed of I'he presidenis, vice-presidenis, and house managers of Ihe I'hree fraierniiies,
I'he In+er-Fra'I'erniI'y Council makes every effori' 'Io keep fhings running smooihly in 'I'he circle.
Elecled as presideni' and secre'I'ary-Treasurer during I'he 'fall were Pai Dunlap and Harold Dieck-
man. In 'rhe spring, Dieckman served as presideni and Joe Tudor as secreiary-Ireasurer. On
Ociober I3 in Ihe gym, 'I'he In'I'er-Fra'I' spori' dance was held 'ro acquaini unaffiliafes wiih frafernify
men. Plans for exchange meefings wiI'h The sororiiies were noi carried oul' 'I'his year. Members
were Omega Phi, Roy Berry, Leslie Knoles, Ari' Irish, Joe Tudor, EII'on Cencirulo, Bob Cook: Rhi-
zomia, Bob Weniz, Ernie A'I'Icinson, Charles Durham, Norman Lamb, Pai' Dunlap: Archania, George
Tomasini, Carl Moore, Bill Scanilebury, Duane Sewell, Harold Dieckman.
ATKINSON DIECKMAN DUN LAP
IRISH MOORE TUDOR
C. JESS U P
BOWRING BUSH M. DASHIELL
FON6 GARRISON GEOFFERY
LEE LEHMAN LEONHAUSER
SMITH SPULLER STEIN
P A C I F I C
The objecfs of fhis organizafion are: I. fo
promofe fhe economic welfare of ifs members,
2. fo advance fhe consumer's cooperafive
movemenf as a medium of unifed efforf on fhe
parf of sociefy 'Io beffer ifselfg 3. fo esfablish
mufual undersfanding among races and sexes:
4. fo aid worfhy sfudenfs wifh Iimifed funds
fhrough membership in fhe organizafiong and
5. 'ro serve fhe culfural welfare of ifs members.
The oufsfanding achievemenf of fhe Coop
fo dafe has been fhe provision of room and
board af Iow cosf fo abouf fhirfy five sfudenfs
af all fimes. The new house, builf by and renf-
ed from Mrs. McGurIc, fhe housemofher, serves
as dining room for all members and dormifory
for girls. A fuII sociaI program was enioyed,
including a Reunion Dance, Mofher's Parfy,
Waffle Breakfasf, Chrisfmas Dance, Spring
Formal, and April FooI Parfy.
One of fhe firsl' fall social aciiviies of
Women's Hall was +he 'formal +ea given in
honor of +he housemofher, Mrs. Anna Granf,
affecfionafely known as "Queenie." The win-
fer formal dance was given in +he Floren+ine
room of 'rhe Clark Ho+el. Before 'rhe Chris+mas
holidays, 'rhe dorm gave i'rs annual par+y, a+
which 'roy presen+s were received by each girl
and given laler +o l'he Children's Home. The
Backwards dance was mosi' unusual, wi'rh clo'rh-
ing worn backwards, and fhe girls calling for
gues+s who were presenfed wi+h vegefable cor-
sages. Presidenf of fhe group 'rhis year was
Be'Hie Meyer. Jimmy Woods was secrelary
during +he fall semesrer, and Chairman Cash
during l'he spring. The council members dur-
ing fhe year were Dorolhy Lennox, Lois Klaas,
Margarel Harmon, Muriel Sfafford, Celia
Cross, Leslie Knoles, Olive Clark, BeH'y Dahl-
gren,and BeH'y Taylor.
Enioying social acfiviles wi'I'h Women's
Hall was fhe Annex, opened 'rhis year on
Sradium Drive +o provide addilional living
quarfers on +he campus +o lake care of +he
increased college enrollmenl. The Annex ac-
commodales eigh'l'een girls. Their presidenl'
during 'rhe 'Fall semesler was Lois Fensler-
macher, assisfed by Berry Douglas, secrefary-
+reasurer, and Janel' Hampfon, social chair-
man. For 'lhe spring semesier, Frances Slor-
neH'a served as presidenf, wi+h Janel Hamp-
lon, vice-presidenh Berry Douglas, secrelary-
'rreasurerg and Cyn+hia Berg, social chairman.
Throughoui' 'lhe year Manor Hall had many
social evenrs. In honor of +he parronesses,
ihere was a lea in December. Several informal
dances were given bofh semeslers. Climax
of 'rhe fall aclivifies was fhe winfer formal given
'ai lhe Clark Holel in lhe Florenline room, wi'l'l1
mirrors framed wi'rh pine cones and evergreens.
A+ 'rhe firsl sign of spring, lhe girls held a picnic
a'I' Oalc park. The spring formal dance was on
lhe 'iourlh of May al' 'rhe Wolf Holel. Las'l
social gaihering of +he year was a polluclc
supper. Localed on Pacific Avenue, Manor
Hall is one of +he mos'r acfive living groups of
l'he college. Made up of small aparimenfs
The girls have comforlable and comparaiively
Officers of +he 'fall semesler were Mildred
Bapiisla, presidenf, assisled by Polly Parsons,
vice-presidenl, and Jean McBride, secrelary-
Treasurer. Barbara Slewarl was presidenl' dur-
ing 'rhe spring, wilh Doris McAllisl'er, vice-pres-
idenl', and Jean McBride in lhe same capaciiy
in lhe fall. The house council during lhe year
consisfed of JeaneHe Edinger, Marnie Nile,
Effie Calderwoocl, Eva Monlgomery, and
HAMPTON, STORNETTA, DOUGLAS
KLASS, LENNOX, CLARK, TAYLOR, CROSS, DALGREN
MEYER, CASH, KNOLES
McALLlSTER, STEWART, McBRlDE, EDINGER
ON THE PORCH AT MANOR HALL
VIEW OF NEW WOMEN'S HALL ANNEX
Ac1'ivi'I'ies of Men's Hall are organized by 'I'he Men's Dorm Club. The of-
ficers rhis year were Clinf Ward as presidenf, Lloyd Hebbron as vice-president
and Gene Harrer as secrefary-lreasurer. Wi+h 'rhe able assisrance of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Jackson, who live in The hall's apar1'men'r,+he ocers guided 1'he dorm
fhrough one of i+s mosf acrive years. For Homecoming, 'rhere was open house
on Ociober 20. A+ fhe Chrisfmas Parfy before vacafion, in appreciafion for
'rheir eiiforfs fhe Jacksons were presenred wifh a special giff, and fhe 'Fellows
exchanged presenfs. Mrs. Lynch's annual gifi box of apples quickly disappeared.
In March 'rhe men and +heir 'feminine guesis enjoyed a skafing parfy al' one of
fhe local rinks. The spring semi-formal dance, a yearly evenf, was held in April af
'rhe Sfockion Ho+el. Big achievemeni' of ihe year was coming in firs'r in +he inira-
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Locafed af fhe iuncfion of fhe greaf San Joa-
quin and Sacramenfo Valleys, an imporfanf posifion
in fhe governmenf's vasf Cenfral Valley Wafer Pro-
iecf, Sfoclcfon, wifh a populafion of 55,000 accord-
ing fo fhe I94O census, is fypical of California cifies
and fowns. Small enough fo refain imporfanf con-
facf wifh Valley agriculfure, large enough fo sup-
porf diversified indusfry, mosf of fhe virfues and
faulfs, fhe peculiarifies and problems of fhis Sfafe
may readily be observed here. Firsf, populafion.
Fairly large minorifies of several exofic racial groups
live liferally side by side in fhe soufh-wesfern parf of
fhe cify. Japanese, lfalians, Chinese, wifh fheir
own liffle colorful disfricf, furbaned Hindus, and,
mosf evidenf, fhe large floafing populafion of Fili-
pino workers necessary fo fhe seasonal agriculfure
of fhis region.
Mosf conspicuous indusfry is, of course, fhe
deep-wafer channel fo fhe sea, eighfy miles away.
This mammofh indusfry grows slowly, harassed by
San Francisco longshore difficulfies, San Francisco
induslrial and shipping opposiiion. AH'rac'ring
several imposing indusirial plan+s and boasiing
enormous warehouses and a coHon compress man-
ned by mosl' of 'lhe ci+y's small Negro populaiion,
lhe porl' is irregularly visiled by l'he 'freighlers of
S+ocld'on operales under a Ci'ry Manager plan
wi'rh a Council and nominal Mayor. Taxes definifely
are above normal, clue fo 'lhe cosi of deep wafer.
Sfocldon is a "good movie +own," gives small
supporf fo visiiing performers, buf en+husias+ically
supporls l'he local Symphony, a non-profil' amafeur
organiza+ion, and fhe College LiH'le Thealre. The
local museum and gallery is privafely donaied and
largely occupied wiih privale colleclions bul' also
showing a confinuous varied and excelleni' series of
currenl' worlc. Playground worlc is increasing
and park building proceeding quieily and con-
in his fwenfy-firsf year as presi-
denf of Pacific conducfed eleven
public forums fhroughouf fhe
sfafe, besides fwo-hundred lec-
fures and his weekly broadcasf on
world affairs. His only class, World
Today, meefs once a week fo dis-
cuss currenf evenfs. Dr. Knoles
has energefically and successfully
fried' fo make California's oldesf
college a progressive insfifufion.
As a fribufe fo fhis oufsfanding
presidenf and good friend, Coach
Sfagg gave Pacific a fwenfy-one
acre fracf fo be known as Knoles
Field. Furfher honoring Presidenf
Knoles, fhe Alumni Living Endow-
menf Fund will be used fo develop
fhe field for afhlefic use.
is serving her fwenfy-fiffh year as
secrefary fo Pacific's presidenf.
Dr. Knoles's girl Friday, she makes
arrangemenfs for recepfions, com-
mencemenf, lecfures, and whaf-
have-you. Her hobby is gardening.
for fhe pasf lwo years has assisf-
ed Mr. Orion as his personal sec-
reiary. A 'Former College of Pa-
cific s+uden'I', Miss Carlson is an
a'r+rac+ive and popular member
of fhe coIIege's official family.
principal of ihe S+ocld'on Junior
College has successfully guided
+he affairs of +he college lhrough
i+s five years of sready growfh.
Formerly a speech ins+ruc'ror, he
is a fine and popular speaker. ln
addiiion lo local adminislrafive
dufies, Mr. Orfon fakes an aclive
par+ in slafewide educafional pro-
grams. A pas+ presideni of +he
Norihern California Junior Col-
lege Associaiion, he is chairman
of 'rhe s'ra1'e commiffee on +he
needs of Pos'r High School You+h,
and a member of 'rhe advisory
commiHee of fhe Naiional You+h
Adminisfraiion for 'rhis s'ra+e.
UPHL BEHG FEHIX
Affer fhree years as Dean of Women for bofh colleges,
has finally achieved her goal of self-governmenl for women.
Her main inreresl' has been 'lo firmly esfablish lhe woman's
place on 'rhe campus. Las'r summer she married Mr. Roberl'
Fenix, and resigned +his spring +o clevofe her 'rime 'ro cook-
ing, ice skaring, and rhe Camp Fire girls of which she is
board president Mrs. Fenix was elecfed an honorary
member of Pi Gamma Mu.
JHHIES H. CUHSUH
has been on +he campus for +hir+een years, iwo as an un-
dergraduafe, eleven on fhe 'facul+y. Afier 'reaching a+
Modesfo J. C. and srarring in +he '28 Olympic games, he
became counselor for freshmen. Now he serves as Dean
of Men in +he senior college, and Dean of S+uden+s in ihe
J. C., +eaching orienfafion and vocarions 'for men. .
BURNS 81 DEEHIHG
as Regisfrar and Associafe Regisfrar have worked fhis year
fo esfablish a sfrong upper division and graduafe school.
ln addifion fo fheir many regular dufies, fhey have handled
sfudenf depufaqfions, alumni and placemenf work in an
efforf fo more sfrongly co-ordinafe fhe channels of public
relafions. Mr. Burns, a Pacific graduafe and former sfu-
denf body presidenf, is working on a hisfory of fhe college
fo be published soon.
U. H, Hlllfli
holds fhe purse sfrings of fhe college as
Compfroller. Having guided Pacific safely
fhrough fhe lean days of fhe depression, he
has been of greaf service and value fo fhe
school. ln recognifion of his successful en-
deavors, af ifs annual spring meefing, fhe
board of frusfees elecfed Mr. Riffer execu-
five vice-presidenf of fhe college. He will
confinue fo confrol fhe number of hours fhe
heaf is on, fhe number of camelias fhaf may
be picked, and who can spend how many
LUIHDIHILLEH 8 BHUlUll
are regisfrar and assisfanf fo fhe regisfrar of fhe Sfockfon
Junior College. ln addifion fo his regisfrar's dufies, Mr.
Windmiller, who has his masfer's degree from Pacific,
feaches courses in fhe business adminisfrafion deparfmenf.
Miss Virginia Brown, alumna of Pacific, corresponds wifh
incoming sfudenfs and handles all admissions, ever busy
wifh fhe increasing enrollmenf.
of lnsfrucfion in fhe Junior College is C. E. Corbin.
Mr. Corbin, who has been on Pacific's faculfy for
fwenfy-six years, is an honorary member of Epsilon
sororify. Before he resigned fwo years ago, Mr.
Corbin had served as C. O. P. regisfrar for fwenfy-
fwo years. He hopes fo live in Carmel when he
refires. As an undergraduafe af Doane College,
he sef fhe record for fhe IOO yd. dash, which held
good for ninefeen years. F
of fhe College Fred L. Farley is a mosf popular
aclminisfrafor of Pacific's curricula affairs. His in-
ferest lies in ancienf languages and arf. During
fhe year, he has been revising for publicafion' his
Arf of Language fexf book. Acfive in fhe Cali-
fornia Wrifers' Club, fhe group chose his Oedipus
play "Twice Ploughed Field" for presenfafion af
fhe World's fair.
of fhe Conservafory John G. Ellioff is fhe head of
Pacific's mosf famous deparfmenf. He is com-
plefing his fhirfeenfh year on fhe campus. Mr.
Ellioff's parficular accomplishmenf is as a pianisf,
giving individual lessons. He has been responsible
for bringing many famous musicians fo fhe college
and fhe fown for concerfs and recifals. Sfudenf
recifals are also under his supervision.
of Educafion in fhe senior college is J. William
Harris, one of Pacific's besf loved and mosf respec-
fed professors. For several decades his person-
alify and feaching have been a source of inspirafion
fo counfless alums. Proof of his popularify came
during his serious illness. Sfudenfs hopefully
waifed his recovery, and happily welcomed him
baclc fo classes in May. Nof many people realize
fhaf Dr. Harris is an aufhorify on cafhedral archi-
Dr. G. A. Werner is Dean of fhe Summer
School and Tours. There will be a five weelc's ses-
sion on fhe campus wifh classes only in fhe morn-
ing, from June 24 unfil July 26, highlighfed by
Liffle Theafre performances and special social
acfivifies. The faculfy, comprised of a carefully
selecfed group of regular and visifing professors,
will conducf classes for fhe sfeadily-growing en-
rollmenf. Feafured as one of fhe mosf infer-
esfing and educafional fours is fhe annual Pacific
frip fo Mexico, which ,will sfarf from Sfoclcfon
on July 28 under fhe leadership of Dr. Werner,
wifh Mrs. Werner as hosfess and Miss Grace
Ward as insfrucfor in Mexican arf. Credif is
given for fhose who fulfill cerfain requiremenfs.
Beaufiful Zephyr Poinf af Lake Tahoe is fhe
locafion for fhe annual posf-session, fo be held
fhis year, under fhe direcfion of Presidenf Knoles,
wifh fhe assisfance of several special insfrucfors.
ln addifion fo fhe curricular worlc, fours are of-
fered fo imporfanf hisforical spofs of fhe Wesf.
The dafes are Augusf 5 fo 24, wifh classes only
in fhe morning. The ninfh Deafh Valley Expedi-
fion of l500 miles was made during Spring va-
cafion, under fhe direcfion of Dr. A. T. Bawclen
and Professor J. H. Jonfe. Only forfy fool: fhe
firsf frip, buf fhe caravan fhis year fofalled I66
persons, half going for fun and half for science
credif. lf fhere is any quesfion of fhe popularify
of any of Pacific's summer schools or fours, ask
fhe man who's been fo one.
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Adminisfrafion classes are growing larger every year in
bofh fhe upper and lower divisions. New courses in salesman-
ship, merchandising, and economics have been added, and fhe
secfions of fhe old classes have increased. Mr. Riffer is fhe
head of fhe deparfmenf in fhe fwo colleges. Also 'reaching
in bofh is Mr. Roberf Fenix, who serves foo as occupafional
counselor. Mr. William Hobin and Mr. Norman Wenger are in
fhe senior college. Mr. Windmiller has classes in iunior college.
New fhis year in fhe J. C. is Mrs. Kafhleen Seagraves. Secre-
farial work is nof faughf, classes being confined fo frain sfu-
denfs for adminisfrafive jobs.
Enrollmenf and courses in fhe senior college did nof change.
Classes visifed local concerns fo gain firsf-hand informafion
on aspecfs of fhe business world. There were several oufside
speakers, prominenf in fheir fields. The fwo mosf inferesfing
courses in J. C. were Business Biography, fhe sfudy of oufsfand-
ing American businessmen, and Economic Geography in which
sfudenfs became "guesf professors," presenfing planned pro-
grams, illusfrafed wifh mofion picfures. Cufsfanding speakers
included fhe depufy sfafe labor commissioner. Mr. Charles
Norman insfrucfs fhe maiorify of C. O. P. courses, Mr. T. E.
Connolly fhe iunior college.
deparfmen'r's principal inferesf fhis year was research info
urban problems, parficularly fhe criminal aspecf. Under fhe
direcfion of Dr. Harold Jacoby, sfudenfs compiled unusual
sfafisfics abouf local communify life, making known in pam-
phlef form imporfanf facfs never gafhered before. Experience
in social service work is gained by senior sfudenfs doing prac-
fice work af 'rhe various relief agencies. Alfhough a senior
college course of sfudy, fhe fundamenfal and infroducfory
course of Social lnsfifufions is faughf in fhe junior college by
Dr. Jacoby and Mr. Emery Fasf. Enrollmenf in sociology classes
has sfeadily increased.
One of fhe mosf imporfanf senior college deparfmenfs,
senf info fhe educafional field fhis year over sevenfy-five ele-
menfary and secondary candidafes. Pacific's feachersl have
esfablished an enviable repufafion and placemenf record. A
iunior C. T. A. chapfer was founded in 'rhe fall. Under Mrs.
Marion O. Pease, educafional courses were combined for 'rhe
firsf fime info a five unif elemenfary curriculum course builf
around sfudenfs' observafion in fown schools. ln charge of
secondary courses is Mr. Wesley Young. Temporarily replac-
ing Dean Harris during his illness was Mr. Edward Johnson.
This rapidly growing cleparfmenf had fo limif class enroll-
menf fhis year, furning down fhe regisfrafion of many sfudenfs.
To fake care of fhis over-crowded sifuafion new divisions will
be added in fhe fall, and ofher changes undoubfedly will be
made. Dr. Glenn R. Pease and Dr. Josephine Smifh, professors
in bofh colleges, believe fhaf beginning psychology should be
faughf for pracfical applicafion fo life's problems rafher fhan
in any absfracf sense. They bofh pracfice whaf fhey preach.
Working in close relafionship wifh fhe educafion and sociology
deparfmenfs, psychology has become increasingly imporfanf in
Wifh hisfory being made ever hour, fhe professors in fhis
deparfmenf have been unusually busy keeping class lecfures
fimely, and inferprefing .world evenfs for counfless clubs, dis-
cussion groups, and ofher organizafions. The senior college
deparfmenf offered for fhe second year fhe Kirkbride prizes
for fhe fhree sfudenfs doing fhe besf original sfudies in fhe
local hisfory of California. Dr. Noel Breed and Dr. Malcolm
Eiselen feach hisfory courses in Pacific. Teaching in bofh col-
leges are Miss Lorraine Knoles and Dr. Werner. Mr. Fasf and
Mr. Hopkins are only in fhe iunior college. 27
deparfmenf has grown considerably in bofh colleges. Several
new secfions of Social lnsfifufions and American Insfifufions
have been added in fhe lower division. In fhis field a greaf
deal of work has been done in a program of adulf educafion.
Dr. G. A. Werner, who feaches in bofh colleges and is head
of fhe J. C. division of Social Sciences, has devofed much of
his fime fo fhe organizafion and developmenf of public forums
in numerous communifies. Dr. Eiselen also has lower and upper
division classes. Dr. Breed is only in fhe senior college. Mr.
Emery Fasf and Mr. Howard Hopkins are iunior college in-
One of fhe new fields of insfrucfion infroduced in fhe iunior
college, which gives greaf promise bofh for large enrollmenf
and for occupafional opporfunifies is in fhe general fields of
merchandising and adverfising. Work has been presenfed in
fhe fields of refailing, commercial arf, and salesmanship. ln-
feresfing aspecfs of fhese fields are found in fhe pracfical way
in ,which refailing and salesmanship have been linked wifh ob-
servafion and supervised pracfice of sfudenfs in acfual work.
Commercial arf is supporfed by a wide range of acfivify in
plasfics, layouf and phofography.
promises fo be once again an imporfanf parf of fhe senior col-
lege's academic life, by virfue of fhe new rule requiring all
sfudenfs fo have complefed four unifs of bible sfudy before
graduafion. Deparfmenf obiecfives are fo equip fhose going
direcfly info 'leaching of fhe church, and fo infroduce fhe lay-
man fo fhe aim and mefhod of modern religiousieducafion.
The bible as valuable liferafure is sfrongly emphasized. Dr.
George Colliver, chairman, carries fhe greafesf burden of in-
sfrucfion. Ofhers feaching are Rabbi J. Aaron Levy, and Law-
fon D. Harris, who conducfs classes in recreafional acfivifies.
for fhe firsf fime .was offered bofh fhe fall and spring semes-
fers, since fhe classes were excepfionally large. H' is only a
junior college course, buf many upper division sfudenfs have
done inferesfing work as an exfra-curricula acfivify. Wifh fhe
assisfance of Mr. Roger Sfrouf a felescope for observing sun
spofs was made. Mr. Sfrouf, a famous round-'rhe-worlcl frav-
eler who navigafes his own boaf, has been feaching a special
class in navigafion fo a group of inferesfed sfudenfs. The course
has been given wifhouf credif.
is one of fhe mosf imporfanf deparfmenfs in fhe iunior college,
esfablished fhree years ago. If includes radio, draffing, elec-
fricify, and phofography faughf by Mr. Herberf Welch and
Mr. George Eby, who fogefher are complefing a fexfbook.
The lab fechnique fhey use mighf be summarized as "learning
by doing: how if works and why." Many fownspeople are be-
ing affracfed by fhe courses in pracfical science, such as air
condifioning and home lighfing. There are fo be nexf year
'rhirfeen subiecfs offered for fhe firsf fime as specializafion
classes. Much of fhe equipmenf has been builf by sfudenfs
for fhe pracfical experience if affords.
cleparfmenf offered a new course in fhe senior college. A class
was organized in conservafion of nafural resources, fhe survey
covering maferial on a nafionwide scale, emphasizing California,
however. Field 'rrip was faken fo fhe conservafion camp in
Confra Cosfa Counfy. Elemenfary bofany classes did fheir
field work during laborafory periods, supplemenfed by frips fo
fhe foofhills of fhe Mofher Lode. The laborafory collecfion
for economic bofany was enlarged wifh shipmenfs from Brazil
and confribufions from fhe Philippine exhibif af fhe World's fair.
Dr. E. E. Sfanford is head of fhe deparfmenf.
deparfmenf in Pacific has grown considerably in fhe pasf fen
years, wifh an increase of chemisfry maiors. The physical
chemisfry class fhis year was fhe largesf if has ever been. The
deparfmenf is proud fhaf mosf of ifs graduafes have been well-
placed in maior chemical inclusfries. New is fhe chemisfry
course for nurses. Terminal courses, agriculfural and pracfical
chemisfry, are infended fo 'reach chemisfry pracfically rafher
fhan fheorefically. Mr. Arfhur Bawden, chairman of fhe J.C.
division of nafural sciences, Mr. Jonfe, and Mr. Larson are in
bofh colleges. Mr. Fred Clark is only in fhe lower division.
classes are fhe same in bofh divisions fhis year as before. Sfu-
denfs in fhe senior college made fhe survey for Knoles Field,
and senf represenfafives fo meef wifh fhree ofher engineering
colleges af fhe annual meefing of sfrucfural engineers. Many
have parf-fime iobs during fhe school year which develop info
full-fime jobs affer graduafion. Pracfically every graduafe gefs
an engineering posifion. J.C. courses are concerned wifh pre-
requisife work, and fundamenfal fraining. Mr. Charles Gulick
insfrucfs in bofh colleges. Only feaching in fhe senior college is
Mr. Edward Gardner.
secfions in fhe senior and iunior colleges are under fhe profes-
sorship of Dr. Allen "Rocks" Waldo. Field frips fhis year in-
cluded fhe fwo-day frip fo Monferey Bay, sfaying af Asilomarg
observafions of gold recovery af lone, fhe slafe quarry and
gold mines near Copperopolis, a visif fo 'rhe Joaquin poffery
works, iourneys fo Columbia's marble quarry, frip fo Knighfs
Ferry, and a four of fhe Mf. Diablo area. There were more
geology classes in Pacific fhis year fhan lasf. Upper division
credif in field geology was given for parficular work done on
fhe Deafh Valley caravan.
has been defined as a subiecf where you do nof know whaf you
are falking abouf or whefher whaf you are 'ralking abouf is frue
or nof. The fhree ,professors in fhis deparfmenf, however, have
proved in class by fheory and formula fhaf wifh fhem af leasf
fhis is nof fhe case. Professors Charles Corbin and G. Warren
Whife have upper and lower division courses. Mr. Roger Sfrouf
sfarfed feaching in fhe Junior College af fhe beginning of fhe
fall semesfer. Mafhemafics has been proved as being a funda-
menfally pracfical subiecr, nof iusf as fraining for 'I'he mind,
growing in fhe number of courses and sfudenfs every year.
classes were slighfly larger fhis year. The maiorify of fhe
courses is in fhe iunior college. Upper division sfudenfs spend
much of 'rheir fime working on oufside proiecfs. Among fhose
successfully complefed during fhe year were high vacuum sys-
fem and geiger counfer fo measure cosmic rays and radio
acfivify. Dr. Gordon Paffen feaches all fhe classes, wifh Mr.
Sfrouf assisfing in fhe laborafories for general and engineering
classes increased fhis year in all secfions. Under Dr. A. E.
Noble's supervision, senior college sfudenfs did unusual re-
search work in fhe parasifology field, confribufing fheir findings
fwice fo nafional scienfific iournals. Sixfeen sfudenfs spenf
spring vacafion af Dillon Beach for credif in marine Zoology.
Junior college classes, under Dr. John Arnold and Miss Nancy
Toms, had a fwo day field frip fo Poinf Lobos Sfafe Park and
Monferey Bay areas. One hundred and fwenfy sfudenfs from
fhis deparfmenf fook fhe frip, divided info fwo groups. Lower
division classes were limifed fo four laborafory and fhree lec-
Gues'I's of 'rhe faculiy, senior college English majors mei, as
a group for 'ihe firsl' +ime, ,fo hear a series of four lecfures, ihree
of which were given by professors from U. C., Mills, Sianford.
Junior College maiors ioined +he group for +he final meefing.
Acfing chairman of +he largesi' depar+men+ ,was Dean Farley.
Irving Goleman is chairman of +he J. C. division of Ar'rs and
LeHers. Members of borh deparfmenis are Marie Breniman,
Eleanor McCann, Mar'rha Pierce. J. G. Spaulding +eaches'+he
lower division survey course and philosophy. New on fhe fac-
jllrgare Clair Olson, C. O. P.: Teresa Fersfer, Caroline Shrodes,
deparimenl' includes Lalin and Greelc courses offered in bolh
colleges. Besides +he languages +hemselves, 'rhe li+era+ure and
ar'r of +he ancienf world are also sfudied. The Arr of Language
a course arranged by Dr. Farley, is +augh+ in lower and upper
divisions and may be subsfifufed for 'lhe second year language
requirement Miss Marie Allen conducis +he La'rin classes.
Greek is +augh'r by Dr. Farley.
Through +he efforis of +his deparimeni lhe prize-winning
French cinema, "The Life and Loves of Bee+hoven" ,was broughi'
fo Slocldon, and enlhusiasiically received by lhealre-goers. To
increase inl'eres'l in fhe culfure and hisforical ,places of fhe var-
ious couniries, sludenls are given lhe opporlunily 'l'o see shorl
movies and +o hear 'foreign phonograph recordings. Mr. Sfein-
hauser 'Peaches German and Spanish, and Miss Rurh Smifh,
French,,in boih colleges. In ihe J. C., Miss Helen Danner has
classes in Spanish, Dr. Leonard O'Bryon, new facul+y member,
inslrucfs French and German. Mr. L. J. Vannuccini conducls
classes in Halian.
deparfmenf in fhe senior and junior colleges had again fhis
year fhe inferesfing and unusual Oufdoor Ari' Shows success-
fully sfarfed lasf spring. H' has been responsible for fhe work
of many sfudenfs and professional arfisfs being exhibifed on
fhe campus. Miss Charloffe Spalfeholz in J. C. and Miss Grace
Ward in C. O. P. confinued in fheir capacifies as professors
of Graphic Arfs. A new insfrucfor 'leaching in bofh colleges,
Richard Reynolds has made possible many new courses, parfic-
ularly in adverfising arf, and classes formerly given every ofher
year are now being offered every year.
under fhe deparfmenf heading of Home Economics, was offered
fhis year for fhe firsf fime as a major deparfmenf in C. O. P.,
giving degrees and feaching credenfials, under fhe insfrucfion
of Mrs. Maxine Garrigan. Courses are offered fo frain sfudenfs
for commercial and indusfrial ,posifions in fhe field, as well as
for homemaking. Child Care and Training and Family Relafions
are probably fhe mosf oufsfanding classes in fhe laffer group-
ing. Well-esfablished as a popular lower division deparfmenf,
subiecfs are faughf by Miss Grace Cornog, Miss Adina Wiens,
and Mrs. Jean Corry. Mrs. Corry complefes her firsf year 'rhis
deparfmenf had new class rooms and offices in fhe Anderson
Hall wifh fhe opening of fhe fall semesfer. A public speaking
bureau has been mainfained fhroughouf fhe year, providing
sfudenf speakers for many occasions. Several large in+er-col-
legiafe fournamenfs, as well as fhe infra-mural and fhe usual
debafes, were held on campus. The frophy case is proof of fhe
deparfmen'I"s successful year under Professor Roy McCall, who
has classes in bofh colleges. Mrs. Velma McCall feaches in fhe
senior college. Junior college insfrucfors are Miss Teresa Fers-
fer, Mr. E. S. Befz, and Mr. E. R. Nichols.
On June I0, I939, as The final producfion of The I5Th season of Pacific Li++Ie TheaTre, Euripedes'
ROBERT ELEY AS FALSTAFF IN "HENRY IV"
"EIecTra" was sfaged in The beaufiful Oufdoor TheaTre, wiTh Audrey Krasnow in The TiTIe role, sup-
porTed by Henry Hobson. The balance of The casT includes Claribel CoTfman, Eugene Minson, Rob-
erT Laning, Jack Holmes, Bud Meyers, and Richard Mirski. The chorus group was headed by Barbara
Alberfson, and included Bobbin Gay Peck, Toni Rifberg, Lois Wheeler, Bernadine Badger, JudiTh Sull-
wold, Veda Ward, Reba Sinclair, Bernice Markowiz, DoroThy BragheTTa, Lillian Kahan, RuTh Coward,
and Mary Ann Bolfon.
Wifh "Three Shows on Three STages" as The campaign slogan, The I939 summer season sTarTed
on iTs way. The shows for The summer were "Henry IV" ,wiTh RoberT Ely playing The famous FaIsTaff,
and a large supporfing casT. NexT The players moved inside To presenT in The Sfudio TheaTre, "The
STreeTs of New York". The hero of The show was Lucian ScoTTg The villian was RoberT Laning. Ofhers
in The casT included Dale Rose, Frank DelamarTer, Edward Lyons, Herman SpindT, Margaref Lefever,
Marion Akers, Peggy Breed, Gail Scheere, EsTher DeMark, Marfha Pierce, and Eyrle Aceves. As affer-
show aTTracTions There were "Happy as a Birdie in iTs NesT" done by Josephine Van FIeeT and Toni Rif-
berg, The popular Balerina done by Gail Scheere, "The Lady in Crepe" by The disfinguishecl elocufion-
isT, Lucian ScoTT, and "Three NaughTy Girls in a BoaT" by Toni Rifberg and Josephine Van FIeeT.
Moving up-sfairs To The big audiforium, The nexT producfion was "Time and The Conways" by J.
B. PriesTly. Included in The casT were Toni Rifberg, Reba Sinclair, Max Gobel, Faye Lovegren, Vada
Ward, Josephine Van FIeeT, Lois Wheeler, Herman SpindT, Eyrle Aceves, and Marion Akers.
Opening The I6Th season of Pacific LiTTIe TheaTre, DeMarcus Brown produced ThornTon WiIder's
PuIiTzer Prize Play "Our Town". IT opened firsT on Treasure Island in The Federal Recreafion Cenfer
Theafre on SepTember 29Th for Two performances. On SepTember 30Th iT moved for a one nighT sfand
fo 'I'he Oakland Cify Club Theafre. The show fool: +o fhe boards of 'rhe Pacific Sfage on Ocfober
5+h for fhe final lhree producrions. Ari' Fareyyporlrayed ihe 'Famous parf of 'rhe sfage manager, be-
ing supporied in 'lhe leading roles by Richard Briggs, Claribel Coffman, Audrey Krasnow, Max Gobel,
Lois Wheeler, and Charles Meyers. Ofhers in +he casl' included Jack Holmes, Howard Hansbrow, Mar-
cia Lou Brown, Joe Thorn+on, Roberf Laning, Gail Scheere, Carl Fuller, Margarer Lefever, Alberi' Miller,
Marion Akers, and Glen Tanner.
The Nexi' Show on 'ihe boards ,was "Criminal Ai' Large" by Edgar Wallace, a mysfery-ihriller wi+h
Audrey Krasnow in fhe leading role. Supporiing her were Jack Sinai, Carl Gas+man, Lyman Fulron,
William Ramsey, James Holden, Jack Holmes, Charles Meyers, Glen Tanner, Donald McKinley, Her-
man Spindf, Harold Ewing, Sylvia Sfephens, Roberi' Laning, Bruce Morehead, Joseph Torp, Jack Devoe,
Milfon Grassell, and George Price.
ART FAREY. CHARLES MEYERS AND LOIS WHEELER
"OUR TOWN": THE WEDDING
As +he 'rhird maior produclion of l'he season, Direcfor Brown chose "Family Porl'rail"' by Lenore
Coffee and William Cowen. Claribel Coffman played 'ihe characfer of Jesus' mofher, Mary, 'rhe parf
creafed by Judiih Anderson. Ofhers in lhe casi were Arden Farey, Alberi Miller, Lois Wheeler, Jack
Holmes, Lillian Kahan, Ruih Coward, Marion Akers, Max Gobel, El'l'on Marlin, Jane O'Connor, Bruce
Morehead, Carl Gasfman, Herman Spindf, Richard Briggs, Margarei' Lefever, Milfon Kwaie, Rosalie
Trevarow, Roberr Laning, Charles Meyers, Barbara Graham, Dorofhy BragheH'a, Glenn Tanner, Jack
Devoe, Mary Ann Bolion, Fred Lucksinger, Alison Gossif, and Be'r'I'y Ann Ellioif.
ABOVE: CLARIBEL COFFMAN AS "MARY" BELOW: "FAMILY PORTRAIT"
A new musical comedy composed by Harold Rogers of Redwood Cily, was one of +he biggesi' suc-
cesses ever sfaged by ihe liH'le fheafre. ln faci' if holds fhe record for 'rhe largesf box-office io dale.
Harold Rogers no+ only wro+e +he music for 'rhe show . . . 27 funes ..., buf also 1'he lyrics and 'rhe book.
Said John Hobarf of +he San Francisco Chronicle, "One of fhese days he 4IRogersl will be menfioned
along wifh Cole Porfer, Noel Coward and ihe resf, for ,when you have energy and imaginafion, and
'ralenf enough +0 concoci' a whole musical comedy single handed, you're cerfain io go places." Lu-
cian ScoH and Margaref George made a genuine comedy +eam, and +heir imifafion of old-fime
vaudeville was one of 'ihe raresi' 'l'hings in ihe show, done wil'h iusi' a hin'I' of safire. Dick Briggs in The
parf of Smu+'ry, fhe bu+ler, nearly sfole 'Phe show ai' +imes. He was supporred by Gail Scheere, in 'rhe
par'r of Euierpe. Charlo'He Smifh and Charles Wood provided +he love inferesh and Rufh Crane did
a nice bif of forch singing. Max Sobel, as 'rhe Baron, won applause wiih his "PreH'y Baron" number.
The chorus of 24 people was pariicularly fine and sang wi+h a finish offen lacking even in professional
Much credii' should go 'io Delviarcus Brown and Mrs. Wilhelmina Harberf 'For fheir collaborafion
in direcfing and siaging fhis hil' of hiis. Vincenf Peck and Alan Lovegren designed and supervised 'l'he
making of fhe eniire wardrobe.
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The fiffh producfion of fhe Ibfh season was Roberf Sherwood's "The Pefrified Foresf", co-sfar-
ring Toni Rifberg and Marion Akers. Herman Spindf came fhrough wifh one of fhe besf characfer-
izafions he has ever concocfed in fhe parf of Gramp Maple. Max Gobel was seen in an enfirely differ-
enf role fhan he had ever affempfed before, fhe parf of fhe gangsfer, and he really did a good job.
Max has cerfainly proven his versifilify fhis season. Especially oufsfanding in a bif parf was Juanifa
Daussaf, a new-comer fo fhe Pacific Sfage. The supporfing casf of fhis producfion were Laffa Ross,
Alison Gossif, William Sfrefch, Orvell Flefcher, Lillian Kahn, Roberf Henning, H. Alison Ewing, Don
McKinley, Bud Sfefan, Berf Trullson, Jack Devoe, Carl Gasfman, and AI George.
Opening in fhe Oufdoor Theafre on June 7fh, is Henrick lbsen's ever popular classic, "Peer Gyn?"
wifh Lucian Scoff in fhe fifle role.
Nof fo be forgoffen are fhe many fechnicians fhaf have worked fo make fhese performances suc-
cesses. Among fhe sfage managers for 'rhe season we find Glen Tanner, Audrey Krasnow, Jack Holmes,
Claribel Coffman, and AI Miller. Those acfing as elecfricians for producfions are Marion Akers, Her-
man Spindf, and George Price. Working in fhe capacify of wardrobe misfresses we find Beffy Elliof,
Elizabefh Hawks, Faye Lovegren, and Dorofhy Call. Head usher for fhe season was Margaref Lefever:
and Margaref Lee handled fhe business in fhe box-office.
And so wifh fhe I30fh producfion of fhe Pacific Liffle Theafre, "Peer Gynf", ,we draw fo a close
fhe sixfeenfh season wifh a feeling fhaf much has been accomplished foward fhe advancemenf of
drama in our school and communify.
The Sfudio is a Laborafory Theafre designed fo give sfudenf direcfors, designers, fechnicians, and
acfors an opporfunify for producfion experience for public performance. Direcfed by members of
DeMarcus Brown's class in Theafre Direcfion, fhe sfudenfs are enfirely "on fheir own" in presenfing
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l MAX GOBEL IN "MONNA VANNA".
The plays presenfed fhis year represenf ihe dramafic liieraiure of eighi' naiions. The season open-
ed wifh fhe Franz Molnar play, "Fashions for Men" under fhe direciion of Elion Marlin. Nexi came
rhe Belgian play by Maurice Maeferlinck, "Monna Vanna", direcied by Alberi' Miller. Opening on De-
cember 8'I'h was Bernadine Badger's produciion of "Hansel and Gre+el" by Hans Chris+ian Anderson.
To sfarl' oui' The new year, 'I'he Norwegian play, "Rosmersholm" by Henrik lbsen, was produced by Aud-
Breaking +he ground on Pacific's campus 'For a new kind of +hea+rical presenlaiion of drama,
Orvell Flelcher presenied 'rhe French play "Mar'l'ine", by Jean Jacques Bernard, in +he new slyle of
Drawing Room siaging. Nexl' on fhe boards was Howard Hansbrow's double-bill produciion, iwo one
acfs, "World Wi'rhou+ End" by Percival Wilde and "Hymn +o ihe Rising Sun" by Paul Green. As
1'he lasiushow in ihe season 'ro be siaged in ihe Siudio, Margarei George direcled "Righ+ you Are" by
Wi'rh anofher Drawing Room Produciion, Carl Fuller broughl The season 'ro a close wi+h his pre-
sen'ia'l'ion of John Galswor'rhy's famous play "A Family Man".
This year marks fhe firsf real peak in several years of radio acfivify on Pacific's campus. Our
very capable direcfor of fhe Campus Sfudio, John Crabbe, has builf radio in fhe minds of fhe
college and friends so ,well fhaf nexf year finds fhe College of fhe Pacific offering a maior course
in radio fechnique, consfifufing fhe only such major offered by any college wifh fhe excepfion of
New York Universify. Af any rafe we are among fhe firsf fo launch ouf info fhis new field fhaf
is growing so rapidly. -A
John Crabbe, who is consfanfly frying fo improve fhe sef up fhaf we have, announced fhaf he
will spend fhe summer in New York Universify faking courses in radio, and receiving pracfical as-
sisfance from fhe Nafional Broadcasfing Company and fheir facilifies fhere in Radio Cify. As fo
fhe acfivifies of fhe sfudio for fhe pasf year, fhere is much fo be complimenfed for. Among
ofher fhings we have been able fo increase fhe number of hours on fhe California Radio Sysfem.
Dr. Tully C. Knoles, presidenf of fhe College, is heard on his currenf fopic, "The World Today",
every week over fhis sysfemg as is also fhe program "Smoofh Sfylizafion" performed by fhe very
'ralenfed pianisf, Al Harkins. ln fhe absence of Dr. Knoles several fimes fhis year, Dr. Eiselen
and Dr. Werner were fhe capable subsfifufes of "The World Today" program, giving our radio
audience inferesfing commenfories on fhe evenfs and frends in fhe world foday.
This year finds us on fhe air a fofal of 46524 hours, wifh I4V2 of fhese on fhe California Radio
The programs on fhe log fhis year repre-
senf a variefy of fields. "Our American
Music", a p r o g r a m designed fo fosfer
American music, gave various sfudenfs and
faculfy of fhe Conservafory a chance fo
perform on fhe air. The program was de-
signed and direcfed by Arf Farey, insfruc-
for in radio. The program "Pacific Sym-
posium" sponsored by fhe speech deparf-
men, gave inferesfing debafes on quesfions
of currenf inferesf in fhe world. Among fhe
parficipanfs were Phil Rifchie, Elfon Marfin,
Marfin Pulich, Greg Phifer, Harrieff Kinfz,
Bill Biddiclc, Doris Bowering, Louis bifhife-
head, Carl Fuller, Gladys Barfholomew, and
John Fanucchi. An experimenfal show, "This
College World", was designed and pro-
duced by fhe class in Radio Wrifing and
An inferesfing scripf by John Crabbe,
giving good reviews of fhe lafesf books was
"Beside fhe Bookshelf". Revived in fhe
spring semesfer was fhe popular program
of lasf year, "Radio S+age", dramafizafions
of fhe shorf sfories of Ambrose Bierce by
members of fhe Pacific Liffle Theafre Acf-
ing Company, and direcfed by Arf Farey.
Nol' fo be forgoffen in our radio review
are fhe announcers and fhe people behind
fhe confrols. Among fhe monifors we find
Rod Randall, Tom Gavey, John Fanucchi,
Al Miller, Herman Spindf, and Glen Tan-
ner. Some of 'rhe informanfs are John Fa-
nucchi, Carl Fuller, Clyde Lindsay, Glen
Tanner, Tom Gavey, Bob Laning, Al Miller,
and Rod Randall.
The College Symphony orchesfra is. an ouisianding musical organizarion of +he Conservafory. H's
inspiring conduc+or, Horace l. Brown, is a musician of highesf merif, giving his l'alen+s 'ro fhe college
as violinist conducfor, and professor of +heory.
A review of 'rhe ac+ivi+ies of ihe year includes an inferesling program presenfed as a 'feafure of
fhe Conservaiory fall Concerl Series, and i+ was repealed for a college assembly. We also assisied
in fhe recilal of Miss Alice Ehlers, harpsichordisf. The pealc of +he year's ac+ivi'ries came in our spring
concerf, wi+h Naoum Blinder, violinisf, concerf masfer wi+h +he San Francisco Symphony, as soloisf. ln
June +he orcheslra will preseni' Hs iradiiional graduafion conceri, 'ieafuring as soloisfs +he graduafing
senior sfudenfs of The Conservalory.
The LiHle Theaire Orches+ra, under 'rhe direcfion of Norman Lamb, concer+ mas+er wi+h 'rhe Col-
lege Symphony, has proven iiself fo be a very capable ensemble ai' fhe diverse LiH'le Thealre Produc-
lions fhroughouf The year.
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Under fhe experf direcfion of Roberf B. lPopl Gordon, fhe Pacific Band serves fwo feafure pur-
poses on fhe campus. The 75 piece symphonic band annually presenfs a grand concerf for fhe Band
Frolic, and several more concerfs fhroughouf fhe spring season, including fhe music for fhe graduafion
exercises. Ouf of fhis band are chosen fhe 50 men who form "The Pride of Pacific", fhe Marching Band.
The Band Frolic consisfs of a concerf of symphonic music followed by safirical acfs presenfed by
fhe diverse living groups, frafernifies, and sororifies. The feafure of fhe concerf fhis year was fhe pre-
senfafion of Hoyle Carpenfer '30, Oboisf, as soloisf, playing fhe "Fanfaisie for Oboe and Orchesfra"
by d'lndy, arranged for band by direcfor Gordon.
The Marching Band represenfs fhe college on fhe gridiron in a flashing manner. If is a fhrill fo
see fhose 50 men in whife milifary uniforms go fhrough fheir sfunfs fo fhe quick pace of a Pacific march.
Our Drum Maior fhis year was Gene Rofsch. Because of fhe confroversy over Drum-Maioreffes in var-
ious colleges lasf fall, fhe men presenfed a sfunf safirizing fhese popular high-sfeppers. Affer display-
ing a huge placard announcing "7I Dimpled Knees", a fen piece band ushered on fhe field fhe ofher
40 members, who were dressed in shorf skirfs and were fwirling broom-sfick bafons. The roufine fhaf
followed proved so amusing fo fhe fans fhaf if was repeafed on popular requesf.
' 2, 5, 1, lf: 2 .
The A Cappella Choir has for anofher season confinued fo hold up fhe high sfandards fhaf have
made fhis group famous. Every year as fhe compefifion increases, fhe qualificafions for membership
in fhis organizafion have become more sfringenf. If fhis confinues, every year will wifness fhe besf A
Cappella Choir fo dafe, and cerfainly fhis I94O choir is no excepfion fo fhis rule.
Under fhe capable direcfion of Professor J. Russell Bodley, fhe Choir has had a mosf successful
season. Many inferesfing programs have been presenfed fo enfhusiasfic audiences.
A review of fhe Choir's acfivifies during fhe year include a number of oufsfanding performances.
The highlighf of fhe fall season was fhe fradifional home Chrisfmas concerf. Included in fhis program,
because of popular demand from lasf year's concerf, was fhe memorable performance of "A Chrisf-
mas Choralogue" by W. B. Olds, wifh Roberf Laning as narrafor. Also impressive were fhe diverse
Chrisfmas songs of various nafions.
During fhe firsf week in April, fhe choir made ifs annual spring four. The oufsfanding feafufe
fhis year was fhe performance for fhe Music Educafors Nafional Conference held in Los Angeles.
Here fhey mef .wifh high acclaim and Nafional recognifion as one of fhe mosf oufsfanding sfudenf
A Cappella Choirs in fhe Unifed Sfafes. Their program which included fhe sfirring composifion of
direcfor Bodley. "The Glory Road", was released fhrough fhe facilifies of fhe Nafional Broadcasfing
Company. Ofher concerfs included Galf, Modesfo, Tracy, Lodi, Sacramenfo, and Berkeley.
If is inferesfing fo nofe fhaf "The Glory Road" has been published, and has mef wifh such en-
'fhusiasfic approval wherever if has been sung fhaf if is well on ifs road fo fame as an oufsfanding
composifion in fhe field of choral music. Our complimenfs fo Professor Bodley.
Besides fhe singing of fhe choir on A Cappella concerfs, soloisfs are feafured. Norman Lamb,
eminenf violinisf from fhe conservafory, and fhe Harrison fwins, Barbara and Bob, vocalisis, add color
and beaufy fo fhese unforgeffable concerfs.
As a climax fo fhe year's acfivifies, fhe Choir sings ifs fradifional home concerf in May. The
way fhe college receives fhis oufsfanding group of experf performers is a friumph bo+h fo fhe Choir
and ifs renowned conducfor, Mr. Bodley.
Under fhe experf direcfion of J. Russell Bodley, fhe largesf sfudenf funcfion of fhe Conservafory
wins disfincfion again as being fhe medium for fhe expression of large choral liferafure of fhe highesf
fype. The chorus fofals 250, wifh an orchesfra of 35. The orchesfra is chosen from fhe mosf capable
players from fhe symphony, and if has cerfainly proven fo be of high calibre. Parficipafion in fhe
chorus is open fo sfudenfs of bofh fhe College of fhe Pacific and fhe Sfockfon Junior College.
Each year if is fradifional for fhis organizafion fo perform Handel's beloved "Messiah" as a fea-
fure program of fhe Chrisfmas season. Well known soloisfs are heard in fhese performances. Those
singing fhe solo parfs fhis year were, Frances Bowerman, soprano, Virginia Gardner '34, alfog Carol
Carfer '34, fenorg and Frank Thornfon Smifh, bass. A new oraforio is being produced fhis spring in
which is feafured a piano solo. The soloisf will be John Gilchrisf Ellioff, dean of fhe Conservafory.
Margaref Lee will sing fhe soprano solos. "Rio Grande" by Consfance Lamberf is a giganfic work, and
fhe chorus and soloisfs are sfriving fo make fhis oraforio fhe grandisf success ever.
The Conservafory concerf series fhaf is presenfed each season has proven fo be a greaf assef fo
fhe College. Each year sfudenfs have fhe opporfunify of hearing oufsfanding arfisfs righf here on our
own campus. The mosf oufsfanding evenf of fhe year was fhe engagemenf of fhe famous "American
Ballef Caravan". lf was indeed a rare opporfunify fo have fhis fine Ballef in Sfockfon. As fhe fea-
fure of fhe spring season, Noaum Blinder, concerf masfer wifh fhe San Francisco Symphony, was pre-
senfed as soloisf wifh fhe College Symphony. The Band was heard in fhe annual Band Frolicg and fhe
Chorus presenfed fradifionally Handel's "Messiah" af Chrisfmas fime. Ofher affracfions of fhe
season include Beffy Jane and Virginia Holman, Duo-Pianisfsg Alice Ehlers, Harpsichordisf, assisfed by
fhe Conservafory Orchesfrag Claire Coci, organisfg and Eugene Gash, pianisf.
Professor Bacon during fhe pasi' season has given quife a number of Piano-Leciures up and down
'rhe sfafe, including such subiecls as "The Psychology of Music", "The Sfory of Music", and "Modern
Every Tuesday evening fhroughoul' +he spring semes+er recirals are given by fhe s+uden+s of +he
Conserva+ory. These reci+als are free +o +he public, and offer a wealfh of 'ralenl' for lhe enioymenl
of l'he sfudenls and 'rhe communify.
Tradilionally each year lhe mosl' oulsianding insfrumenialisfs and vocalisfs of l'he graduaiing
class have l'he opporluniiy +o perform wi'rh 'I'he College Symphony in a commencemenf concerf. This
year we will hear Pauline Crawford, pianisf, playing fhe firsl' movemen+ of 'lhe Schumann A minor
Concerlog CharloH'e Smilh, soprano, singing "Pace, Pace, Mio Dio" by Verdi: Clayfon Long, pianisl,
playing fhe second and 'rhird movemenfs of +he Tschiakowslcy B 'Flal' minor Concerfog Barbara Sfewari,
soprano, singing "Gebe+ der Elizabe+h", by Wagner: Cons'rance Campodonico, pianisl, playing 'rhe
firsf movemenl' of fhe McDowell D minor Concerfog Mary Jane Dashiell, pianis+, playing "Capricioso
Brillan+e" by Mendelssohn, and Herman Sapiro, pianisl, playing Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".
The mosi' specfacular feafure of +he spring Season was 'lhe Music Jamboree, which included +he
Chorus, singing Conslanl Lamberl"s "Rio Grande", seleclions by fhe orchesfra, and specialilies by 'l'he
C 0 N C E R T S
The senior class nafurally furnished mosf campus acfivifies
wifh capable leadership. Af fhe firsf class meefing in fhe fall
fhe members elecfed officers fo arrange affairs perfaining par-
ficularly fo seniors. Roberf Byron Wenfz was chosen presidenf.
For fhe second year, Pafricia Carson was vice-presidenf. Secre-
fary was Gladys Barfholomew, and Arf Irish was freasurer. The
class of '40's giff fo fhe school is fhe new sidewalk in fronf of
fhe gym. This SI50 affempf fo dress-up fhe old barn was de-
cided upon affer if had been suggesfed and discussed in a gen-
eral class meefing. Paf Carson and her commiffee of Virginia
Chapman, Dick Benfley, Jack Colberg, Gladys Barfholomew,
Arf Irish, and Minnie Sawyer planned fhe fradifional Senior
Sneak, which was an aII-day boaf ride down fhe river. Class
members were guesfs of fhe iuniors af fhe annual Junior-Senior
Prom. The Senior Ball was held af fhe Sfockfon Golf and
Counfry Club on June 8. Paf Dunlap was chairman, wifh fhe
class officers, George Briare, Beffe Flickinger, Lois Mae Venfre,
and Marguerife Efzel assisfing. In fhe Oufdoor Theafre on
June I I, fhe class as a whole gafhered for fhe Iasf fime fo sing
fhe college songs. Closing wifh Pacific Hail, fhe Senior Sing
was a senfimenfal affair. Commencemenf exercises were held
Sunday evening, June I6 in Baxfer Sfadium.
Hugh McWilliams is prob-
ably Pacific's grealesl all-
round, All-American a+hle+e,
ancl is undoubredly ils mos'r
popular. Everybody knows
"Jo-Babe," ,who is a member
of ihe Execuiive Commillee.
He raied menlion in Who's
Who in American Colleges
George Tomasini is an ou+-
sianding leH'erman, who' con-
sis+en'l'ly piles up Pacific's
scores in frack. He has serv-
ecl fhislyear on 'lhe Execulive
Commiliee. Acfive in fra-
'lernal affairs, he is a member
of several organiza+ions
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Charlolre Smilh, from Mo-
deslo J. C., has sung her way
inlo prominence and recog-
nilion. She is a member of
lhe A Cappella Choir, and
has had imporlanl' roles in
fwo musical shows. She's
been a popular candiclale for
imporlani sludeni' posi+ions.
Trevor Grilifirhs since his
freshman year has been un-
usually acfive in campus ai-
fairs, serving 'rhree years on
rhe Execurive Commiiiee.
The firsl' year he was presi-
denl of hisiclass. He will re-
ceivean elemenfary creden-
'rial in June.
Pal' Dunlap, fhe Missourian
from Licking, pul in his rhumb
and pulled our a plum. Af
leasl' he has his finger in
every campus pie. serving
well on numerous commilrlees
including lhe Mardi Gras,
senior ball, eleclion, fwo
years on 'lhe Execulive.
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Gladys Barfholomew is. sec-
refarylof The senior class. For
several years she has been' a
membjer of rhe varsiiy foren-
sic leiam. Mln' rgcogriilion iiii of
her scholarship fiandl iservice,
she is a charler member! of
The senior women's honor
sociefy. z z g 1
Audrey Krasnow, a lransler
from Sacramenlo Junior Col-
lege, deserves recognilion for
her exlraordinary confribu-All
lions lo lhe success of all
ihree of Pacific's ihealres.
Her clramalic abilily as an
ac+ress and direcfor is well
Dick Beniley, chosen as 'lhe
'rypical Pacific man, posed
for Life magazine phologra-
phers. February graduale,
he has remained on 'rhe cam-
pus lo work for a secondary
credenlial. One 'oil S+agg's
boys, he shows all lhe good
qualifies of a sporlsman.
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moreg was Pacific's exchange
sfudenl wilh 4Lignan Univer-
sily in Chinas Since her re-
lurn she has been acfive in
social and poliiical life. A
Cappella Choir is one of lhe
groups she parlicipales in.
Her populariiy is unquesiion-
Orvell Flelcher has been ac-
'rive in' +he Pacific coopera-
live movemenl' and Sfucleni
Chrislian Associalion. He di-
recfed one of fhe nine sludio
plays, and has done oiher
work on srage and radio.
General handy-man on rhe
he can fix
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Ted Norfon is Pacific's honor
man, belonging 'ro more hon-
orary sociefies lhan one clares
'ro count lvlaioring in chem-
isfry, Ted has received an
assisianlship af Norlhwesfern
Universily. He was one of
'Phe winners in lhe infra-mural
Leslie Knoles, youngesl of
Pacific's promine-nl' family,
has been an ardenl' rooier
and parlicipafor in all sfudenl
body funcfions, serving fhis
year on The Rally Commiflee.
He is a member oi- Thefa
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Fred Bnnnifielli Hnhert Hnvey Eenrqe Briare Bernice Brnwn
Flnriene Huey Elaine Burns II. Eampndnnien Virginia Chapman
Nnrma llaneesa Irene Eantnn Patricia llarsnn James lfatterall
Eanrqe liaviqlia Melvin Eaviqlia Lau Christian Huy Ennpar
Ynlanda lfravinttu Pauline Erawfurll Earle Dahl Mary Jana llashi
Jnhn lla I-lriatta Batty lflixnn
Vlarquerite Etzel Walter lfellers Luis Fenstermalzller Hubert Hnmlwin
Ilrville Fletcher Elizabeth Fliekinqer Mary Fnnq Earl Fuller
Earl Eastman Luis Benuehin .lean Bnndwin Milt Greenhlatt
Trever Griffiths Hay Hrnsse Z-lliee Hall Hnward
Earl M. Harvey Levella Hawley Margaret Haymnnd I-ll Hedges
Lnuis Heinrich Jeanne Hnnsherger Gladys Hughes Hae
Westun Inqlis Arthur Irish Clyde .Innes Hawurth .Innte
.Iane Jurllan Huh Iiientz Harriet Iiientz Hal Iinivetnn
Leslie Iinnles flnirla Hnlh Andrey I-irasnnw llnruthy Lennnx
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Tell Nertnn Ethan Hiqqins Esther llnq llnn Paxtnn
Jules Perrin Ereqq Phifer Huy Phillips Martin Pnlieh
Patricia Hailshack Hayle Hawles
Leslie Hnnntree Gladys Sanquinetti
Bill Scantlehury Charles Schiffman
Dale Hnse I.atta Hess
Herman Sapirn Minnie Sawyel
Patricia Seavers Duane Sewell
Elinur Shepard Jae Siegfried Jack Sinai Heha Sinclair
harlntte Smith David Smith Betty Smith Miriam Spuller
Stewart Lueile Strike Elem Swaqerty Samuel Taliaqishi
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Members of +he iunior class esfablishecl a new +rac.li+ion,
lhai' of having a class clance 'free for iunior members of ihe
sfuclenl' body. An informal affair, 'rhe Junior Swing openecl
'I'he spring social season. Gene Ro+sch was general chair-
man, assislecl by Phyllis Grimshaw, decoralionsg Sam Chaney,
bids: Tony Ficovich, publiciiy. The Junior-Senior Prom was
a dinner-dance given in May by 'rhe iuniors honoring +he
seniors. Black ancl silver was lhe mofif for fhe dance, which
is one of 'I'he year's mosf imporfanl' evenls. Junior men en-
lhusiasfically parricipalecl in inferclass sporls. A+ elecfions
in 'rhe fall "genial" Gene Rolsch was fhe presidenfial vicfor,
wi+h Jean Srrong as vice-presiclenh Jean Arno'l', secrefaryg
and Glenn Harler, freasurer.
Beffy Barry, firsf lady of fhe campus and one of fhe besf known and mosf popular juniors, comes
from Palo Alfo. Presiclenf-elecf Bill Biddick spenl' a good porfion of fhe year fraveling in fhe four
direcfions of fhe wind successfully debafing for C.O.P. Claribel Coffman has enferfained many sfu-
denfs wifh her oufsfanding work in fhe Liffle Theafre. Irving Frifz helps fo keep honored fradifions
alive, playing fhe hymn every nighf on fhe chimes. Working his way fhrough college, Max Gobel is
one of fhe mosf popular and frequenf members of fheafre casfs. Barbara Harrison's beaufiful voice
and charming personalify rafe her much affenfion on fhe campus. Undoubfedly fhe mosf oufsfand-
ing music sfudenf in school, Norman Lamb is cerfainly one of fhe besf liked. Hans Sfein, fhe refugee
for C.O.P., has made valuable confribufions fo campus and communify life. Salinas J.C. graduafe,
Joyce Wiggins in her firsf year here is presidenf-elecf of A. W. S.
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ANDERSON ATCHLEY BAER
BIDDICK BLACKMUN BOSCH
CAMERON CAUBU CHANEY
COLLIVER COWARD DEAN
ESMOND EVANS FERGUSON
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GAUMNITZ Da. GAY De. GAY GHOLZ GOBEL
GRAHAM I GRIMSHAW B. HARRISON R. HARRISON HARTER
HULL IMMEL IRWIN JACOBSEN JESSUP
Be. JONES Bi. JONES R. JONES KEEHNER KELLY
LEH MAN LEWIS
REM PFER RICHARDS
WARD I WIGGINS
The Fall Term of '39 saw sophomore boys swaggering abouT The campus in man-sized ieans
making up Tor Their previous hardships by six weeks hazing on The new Trosh class. STarTing ouT
Trosh-soph evenTs The sophomores saw Their TirsT seT-back as The Treshmen compleTed a smash-
ing vicTory in The annual Frosh-soph Brawl making The second consecuTive Trosh Triumph. Los-
ing The brawl To a new group oT lower-classmen acTed as a spur To The already anxious sopho-
more boys and Trosh hazing expediTions became so numerous and hazers so enThusiasTic ThaT
PresidenT Dwayne OrTon oT The Junior College Tound iT necessary To calm campus spiriTs by pub-
licly reminding The lads of The legal aspecTs of The sTaTe penal code and To poinT ouT The reTer-
ence in This code To The naTure oT Their acTiviTies.
Even resTricTions did noT calm The enThusiasm of The sophs as They swung inTo miIi+ary
duTy and supervised Trosh wood-collecTors who were preparing Tor The annual bon-Tire rally.
Following up in TradiTional acTiviTies The sophomores did an excellenT iob oT guarding The siTe
back of BaxTer sTadium beTore The evening of The rally. Co-eds oT The class enlivened acTiviTies
as They made Tours oT The campus and disTribuTed sandwiches and hoT coffee.
Newly insTalled as a sophomore women's acTiviTy under The direcTion of The A. W. S. was
The women's Sophomore Honorary SocieTy which was composed oT TwenTy ouTsTanding women
sTudenTs of The class.
Heading social evenTs oT The season was a ChrisTmas dance puT on by The sophomores and
Treshmen December I aT The CocoanuT Grove. Climaxing The social acTiviTies of The year The
sophomores held Their semi-Tormal graduaTion dance May I7 aT The STockTon CounTry Club.
Sophomores elecTed as Their guiding hands Tor The year, Allan Breed as presidenTg Bonnie
SmiTh as vice-presidenTg Barbara Laddon as secreTary and Bob Monagon as Treasurer.
A. D. ABDALLAH A. R. ABDALLAH ABERCROMBIE ABRAMS ALBERTSON ARCHIBALD
ADDIS ANDERSON J. ANDERSON APREL BEDELL BERRY
BLANCHARD BOEGE BOONE BALLEW BIGHAM BLACK
BRANSTED BUDIN BUGBEE BURTON CHINCHIOLO CHURCHIL
CAMPBELL CODDINGTON COMBELLACK
CRANE DAHL DARGITZ
FAY FERRARI FIELD
GHIORZO GIPNER GOVE
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HAMILTON HAMM HANDLEY
HARPER HENNING HESTON
HOWDEN HUNEFELD INOUYE
KAMETANI KAMERER KELLY
L. KOWATCH L. KOWI
ADDON LAMBERT B. LAWRENCE C-5. LAWRENCE LENNOX LEVER
UDWI6 LUNDGREN LUNT LYON MARCELLIN McBRIDE
. McDONALD M, McDONALD MclNTYRE MEIKLE R. MEYER V. MEYER
ILLER MORUTA MOREHEAD MORRAL NEWBERRY NEWCOMB
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TOWNSEND TREVARROW TRAPHAGEN TSUTSUI TUTTLE
VIERRA VOORHEES WIEBERTS WEINSTEIN WHITSON
L. WIISON YOUNG D. WILSON FERGUSON MONOGHAN
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OPPOSITE: CROSS. JOHNSTONE, WOOD
. Freshwomen can now fondly reminisce over fhe big "rush" by upper-division men, counfing
fhe conglomerafion of dance bids hanging on fhe dresser. The Frosh Bible can be packed away
as a souvenir of fhe good old days. Firsf-year women on campus may look forward fo fhe longer
and lafer hours of sophomore women, fhe ,privileges of being grown-up. The mosf imporfanf so-
cial evenf on fhe freshman calendar was fhe gala informal dance held April I2 in fhe Pyfhian
Casfle. Also sponsored by fhe class was a recepfion and mixer ,parfy for incoming members held
early in fhe second semesfer. Freshmen joined wifh sophomores for a Chrisfmas dance.
Af a noisy and enfhusiasfic meefing in fhe fall fhe following class officers were nominafed and
subsequenfly elecfed: Bill Doyle, presidenfg Donna Ferguson, vice-presidenfg Jerry Bryan, secre-
fary: Jimmy Johnsfon, freasurer. F
Now fhaf fhe '39 crop of bewildered new freshmen have developed info a likely group of
prospecfive sophomores fhey can look back, as we do, wifh a knowing smile on fhe compulsory
wearing of dinks and fhe six weeks of hazing. They can look back wifh smug safisfacfion on fhe
Frosh-Soph Brawl, climaxing fheir inifiafion info college life, which proclaimed fhem vicforious in
mighf and main over sophomore men. They can recall foo fhe sweafing and sfraining of carfing
debris fo fhe back of Baxfer Sfadium on Knoles Field for fhe big bon-fire rally, held as ,parf of fhe
pre-game celebrafion for fhe San Jose baffle.
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Local socie+y honoring oulsfancling scholarship and acl'ivi+y achievement
Margaref George ......, ,.., r..i.. .... .,.............. C h a n cellor
Gladys Hughes ..,,,, .,..,r...r. V ice Chancellor
Doris Hancock ,,,..... ..........,..,........ M arshall
Charles Corbin ....... ........ S cribe
BARTHOLOMEW BECKER Blonlclc OATTERALL CAVIGLIA FULLER
GEORGE HUGHES HANCOCK EELLERS VONLOBENSELS LAMB LAGOMARSINO
LOvELEss MALCOMSEN NEIDER NORTON PHIEER PULICH LEHMAN
LOMBARDI SEWELL TITHERINGTON TRAVAILLE ElcOvlcH WENTZ WIRTH
BETH BETH BETH
Na+ional Honorary sociefy for +T1e nafural sciences.
Norma Canessa ........ ........,. Q .Presidenf
Louis Heinrich ...,.. .................... V ice Presideni'
Irene Canfon ,....E,. ., .....,, Secreiary Treasurer
John Blinn .....,. ...s.,,, H isforian
BLINN CANTON CANESSA GHOLZ GRAVES HEINRICH
JESSUP JEUNG MILLER NORTON RAWLES TITHERINGTON
Associafion of men who have earned major a+hle+ic awards.
Bob Kein+z .,.... .............,. P residenf
Sian Vaughn ..,Aa. .......,,,...... V ice Presidenf
Al Irwin .A......... ......A S ecrefary Treasurer
ATKINSON BENTLEY BONNIFIELD COLLETT COOPER DAI-IL
GAY HEDGES HIGGINS I-IELLMAN IJAMS IRWIN
KELLY KIENTZ LOONEY MCWILLIAMS MEARS MONOGAN
NELSON PHIFER PURCELL RITCHIE ROGERS REMPLE
SWAGERTY TRAVAILLE TRESIZE TULLOCH VAUGI-IN FINE
Associa+ion of s+uden'r 'teachers a'FFilia'I'ed wiih The California Teachers associaiion under
+he name "California S'I'uden+ Teachers Associa+ion".
Presideni ....,.,.,....... ..e..a...,..... L eslie Roun+ree
Vice Presicieni' .....,.....,... .....a..,. M ary Jane Dashiell
Secreiary Treasurer .....,.,. ,.....,.,.. T revor GriFFi+l1s
ANDERSON BURNS BUOY CARSON CRAVIOTTO CRAWFORD DASHIELL
DIXON DURST E1ZEL FLICKINGER GOODWIN GENOCHIO GRIFFITHS
HONSBERGER JORDAN MORRAL KOLB PERRIN RAILSBACK RAWLS
ROUNTREE SAWYER SCANTLEBURY SINCLAIR TITHERINGTON VENTRE BROWN
The smallesl club on 'lhe campus, ihe Filipino S+uclen+'s organizafion is also fhe mosi' acfive.
ln adclilion +o a regular program of social and business mee+ings ihe group, assisied by Galen
Harvey, sludenl Direcior of Afhlefic Publici+y, broughl +o fhe High School Audilorium fhe
world famous Philippine Consiabulary Band which had been appearing daily al' fhe San Fran-
cisco Golden Gaie Exposi+ion. This was 'rhe only appearance of The Band oufside fhe Fair. This
ambifious underfaking was a iremendous success, realizing a proiif of 52,000 from +he crowd-
ed house. The money has been devoied 'lo a revolving scholarship 'fund for Filipino sludenfs
a+ Pacific. '
William Villarul ..s,.. ..,......,,,.,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,, P resideni'
Basisico lliav .,,.,....,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,ss,,,,,. V ice Presideni'
Marcello Umipeg ........ ,.V........... S ecrefary Treasurer
lnnocenfes Godoniz ..,.,.. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A udifor
Felix Conlillo .,........... ,,s,s,,,,s,, S ophomore Member
CONTILLO VILLARUZ DAQUIADO UMIPEG
The newly organized Household Arrs and Sciences Club is for girls in+eres+ed in fhese sub-
iecfs al' 'raughi' in fhe new depar+men+s of bolh Jnior and Senior Colleges.
Polly Parsons ..,... ,,...A,,...s.,,,,.. P residen+
Marnie Nile ........... es.s...,........,, V ice Presidenr
Clauclina Hauser ..,.s,.. .,.A..,.. S ecrefary-Treasurer
Lucile Wilson ...s.rsr .rAr,.,.,. P ublicily Chairman
ATOI-ILEY DARGITZ EBY PRATHER FIcOvIcI-I FIELD DOANE
MCBRIDE NILES PARSONS DOMAN ROSSMAN SCHWIN6 SINGLETON
STRADER STRONG TOMITA WEINSTEIN WILSON WILSON
Nafional honorary sororify for achievemenf in music.
Pauline Crawford .,.A...........,..,..,.,.............,,..r.....,..a..,..,..,..,,,,....,,..,,,,A,,A,,,.,,,....,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,.,
Miriam Bur'ron ......,......,
CharIoH'e Smifh ........,,
Frances Bowerman ......,,..
Marcella Thorp ........
Ardlne Phrfer .,,,.,....,.,..,AAArA
Nelia Rogers ........,....,,.,,....,
Virginia Brown ...,......
.. .......,,. Corresponding Secre+ary
BURTON CRAWFORD HARRISON
MEYER MILLER SHORT SMITH
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New local honorary sororily for oulsfanding Junior College women. I+ is sponsored by
lhe A. W. S.
Bonnie Smi1'l1 ...,.,e.... ee,,.,.,,..,,..e,,, P residenl
Barbara Laddon ,........ ........... V ice Presidenl'
Lois Bugbee .A............. .,e............... S ecrelary
Lois Archibald ....,. ,,..e.., R eporfer
ALBERTSON ARCHIBALD BEHNEY BIGHAM BRAGHETTA
BUGBEE GUERNSEY HANNAY LADDON LAMBERT
LENNOX MARCELLIN O'CONNOR RITCHIE RUDEBAUGH
B. SMITH E. SMITH STABLER UDDEN
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Nafional honorary dance sociefy.
Laverne Lagorio ,.r.rrr rrr.r,.r ...,..........,.,,,. P r esidem'
Joyce Blackmun ,,,,,,., .....,,,,.,,,,,,,, V ice Presideni'
Jean Morrall ............ ,......., S ecrefary Treasurer
Barbara Alberrson ,.A,........,,..., ..a., ...,.,e..,., C h oreographer
Jeanne Marie Marbles+one .,,,,,. .e..... L ibrarian-Hisrorian
ALBERTSON ARNOT BADGER BLACKMUN BOYES
HAFELE LAGORIO LAMBERT MARBLESTONE MARCELLIN
BUOY GOFF GOODWIN GREGSON GUERNSEY
MORRAL RASCH RANNEY RITCHIE SAUNDERS WIRTH
UHTHU IHETH PHRH
Orllmo Mefa Para is a local sociely honoring scl1olas+ic a'H'ainmen+ in Chemis+ry.
Duane Sewell .......... ,.......o.. H igh Exal+ecl Alchemis+
Elwood Mol3FiH' .....,,... .,....o,,. M osi' Wor+hy Cafylizer
Irene Canfon .......... .,,.,,...... S upreme Synfhesizer
BLACK BLINN CANTON GILGERT HAAS HEINRICH
HOLLAND JEssuP JEUNG KELLIHER JONTF MEYER
MOFFITT NORTON ST. PETER SEWELL SMITH TOMS FRYE
PHI IIIU HIPHH
Nafional fra+erni+y honoring oufsfanding achievmenf in music.
Alberf Miller .........,.. .,...,,,,, 4.... .A...,.,A. ......,............,.. P r e s ideni'
Clayfon Long ....,,AA,,., .....,.... V ice Presideni
TecI Norfon .......A.A...,.A ............ S ecrefary
Forresf HonnoIcI ....,,,,..Y ............. T reasurer
Irving Frifz A......,..,....... ,......... W arden
Bob Harrison .....o,o.r,o A...r...,,o, I , .rrr ,. ,... ..,... .......,...,, H i sforian
BERRY ENDERLIN FRITZ HARRISON
HOLTON LAMB LONG MILLER
MORSE NORTON PURCELL WESCOTT RAMSEY
PHI SIIHHH GHHIHIH
Nafional honorary socie+y giving recognifion for ou+s+ancling scholarship in modern languages
Philip Alosi ..,......,,....,..,A....... A.i,,A.,.. ............,....,i. P r esicleni'
Milclercl Lagomarsino ,.,.,...... ..... Vice Presidenl
Gladys Hughes ..,........A.... .....,........ S ecrefary
Ann Hodgkins ........ .......,,, H isforian
BISHOFBERGER FLICKINGER HODGKINS Hue-HES
LAGOMARSINO JORDAN LEHMAN NORTON
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Marfin Pulich ....,..,,.,, A,A,,,...,.,.,. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, P resideni'
Ingeborg Van Loben Sels ,,.....,, .,,,, ,,,,,,,,A,, V ice Presiden-r
M. R. Eisben ,,,,.......,AA..A.,,A....,..., ....V,, S ecrefary Treasurer
BARTHOLOMEW BRIARE CANESSA CATTERALL CAVIGLIA CRAVIOTTO
DUNLAP GRAVES HUGHES IMMEL , KIENU NEIDER
PHlFER POWELL PULICH TITHERINGTON TRAVAILLE VONLOBENSELS
Pl HHPPH HLPHH
New local honorary sorori+y for ou+s+anding Senior College women. I+ is sponsored by
'l'l'1e A. W. S.
Marguerife E+zel .,,,,.. .....,... ,.,....,l,r.....,. P r esiclenr
Be'H'y Fliclcinger .,.,,,r,,., .,,,.,.,...,.,..,,, V ice Presidenl
Lois Genoclmio .......,........... .....................r,,, .....,..rr....., ..........,... S e c refary-Treasurer
BARTHOLOMEW r BISHOFBERGER CANESSA CHAPMAN
DIXON ETZEL GENOCHIO HALL
JORDAN MORRAL SEAVERS SMITH SINCLAIR
PH I H HU PI
Phi Rho Pi is ihe nalional honorary socieiy 'For Junior College deba+ers. Officers are:
Claude Hogan ............ ,......,..,.,..,.... P resideni'
Allan Breed ....,.,.... ..4.,a.,,.,.. V ice Presidenf
Lois Archibald ......,. .....s....... S ecrefary
Pi Kappa Delia, nafional honorary socie+y for cleloaie and forensics, has no elecied officers
ARCHIBALD BARTHOLOMEW BIDDICK BREED FLETCHER
FULLER PHIFER PULICH THORNTON KIENTZ KEGLER
Sfudenf cenfer is fhe Sfudenf Chrisfian Associafion
on 'rhe campus of fhe College of fhe Pacific. This ioinf
Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. is designed fo supplemenf
our curricular educafion and provides an opporfunify
for leadership fraining and fellowship among sfudenfs. If
is concerned wifh deepening and sfrengfhening fhe infel-
lecfual, spirifual, and moral fiber of ifs members. ,
Chrisfian emphasis in our every-day living, in all our
relafionships as members of campus, communify, and sfafe,
has been our goal fhis year. lf has been soughf by sfudy
and discussion groups: in problems of race relafions, by fhe
Cosmopolifan Club, in fhe migranf labor sifuafion, by fhe
Public Affairs group, in nafional problems, by fhe "Town
Meefing of fhe Air" lisfening group, in quesfions of relig-
ious undersfanding, by fhe ,Meefing of fhe Crossways".
Efforf has been made fo pracfice if in work commiffees
concerned wifh social welfare, finance, publicify, member-
ship, depufafions, chapel planning, and cabin building.
Help has been gained fhrough devofional services and
worship in Chapel.
Associafion wifh fellow sfudenfs has been one of fhe
values obfainecl from fhe Sfudenf Chrisfian Associafion
by ifs members. Increased enioymenf has been made pos-
sible fhis year by a new cenfer for ifs acfivifies . . . fhe
lovely new unif of Anderson Hall. Besides facilifies for
bull-fesfing, lunch-eafing, reading, and commiffee-meefing,
fhere is ample room for fhe evenfs parficipafed in by
large numbers of members, fhe monfhly general meefings,
large-dinners. . . membership, finance, and Annual Ban-
quef, and such parfies as fhe Pumpkin Pie Social, fhe
Chrisfmas Parfy, fhe mid-year Frosh Mixer, and fhe Cos-
mopolifan Dance. The SCA Cabin af Hogan Dam has
been used during 'lhe year for fhe picnics and week-end
conferences fhaf are ai valuable supplemenf fo regular
campus acfivify. V
ABOVE: MARGARET CAMPBELL. BELOW: COLLIVER. LOVELESS. HALL, GALT
Members of fhe impor'I'an+ SCA Cabinei' are Bob Bovey, Jean McBride, Ar'r Smifh,
Lorraine Ingram, Gladys Bariholomew, Clio Abercrombie, Doug Powell, Mae Weigari,
Jackie Parker, Jean Folleffe, Bill Workman, Bill Rofhschild, Dick Ulrey, Jackie Ong,
Miriam Spuller, Ruih Coward, Sam Takagishi, Elizabefh Howden, Effie iCalderwood,
Officers of ihe organizafion for I939-40 were Alice Hall, presidenfg Granl' Colli-
ver, vice-president Veryl Galt secrefaryg Jay Loveless, freasurer.
John De ArrieHa ................,........................, Presidenf
v Dorofhy Bragheffa .......,.............,.. Vice-Presideni
Rufh Schrnidf ..,,..,.,.......... .,.,.,....,,.,,...s,. S ecrefary
Carl Zumsfeln ,........,,..,..............,... ........... T reasurer
John Fannucchl ......................,,....,.,.............. Presiden+
Doroihy Braghelfa ,..,......,..,......s... Vice-Presidenl'
Conslance Fisher .,,,,,..... ,.,..,,...,,,,, S ecreiary
John De ArrleH'a ..,...,,,, ,r,r,,r,.,,,,,,, T reasurer
FANNUCCHI, De ARRIETTA. BRAC-JHETTA, FISHER
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Nafional Honorary Dramaric Socieiy.
Lucian ScoH' ...A.......... -... ................. Presiclenf
Clarilael Coffman .,,.......... .,........ V ice Presiclenl
Grace Rifberg .........,..,, .,,,.,...,..,.,. S ecrefary
Carl Fuller ,.,.....,....... AA...... , .... T reasurer
COFFMAN FULLER GEORGE GOBEL KNOLES KRAsNow
MILLER ROSE ROSS SCOTT SINCLAIR TANNER
Local social sociefy.
Gladys Sanguineffi ............., .,.,..K .....A.............. P r esidenf
Peggy Bigham ......... ..,.,....,...,,...,.,..,.....A.... V ice Presiclenf
Alice Phelps ....... ............ . ., ...,...... Corresponding Secrefary
Cafherine Saunders ....... ,...,,...,.,...........,...,.,..,..,.,,..,.....,,,.......A. H isforian
Jane? Lehman ............. ...............,...,.,..... ...,,...,, R e cording Secrefary-Tfeasurer
ABRAMS ANDERSON ANTONIUS ATCHLEY BARTHOLOMEW BIGHAM
BISHOFBERGER BOYES BLUM BRINK BUOY CRAWFORD
DURST EBY FOLLETTE FERRETTI GERMAN GORDON
HANNAY HARTER HAYMOND HOTCHKISS JONES KIENTZ
LEH MAN LENNOX LEVER MEYER MITCHELL MORGAN
NEWBERRY PARSONS PHELPS QUIST ROSSMAN SANGUINETTI
SAUNDERS SEGALE SCHWING SINGLETON TAKAI THORP
TITHERINGTON VON LOBENSELS WELLS WERNER YOUNG FERGUSON
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Lafe in fhis lasf semesfer fhe
Gymnasium burned, as is shown
af fhe leff. This blaze picfured
was fhe second wifhin fwo
weeks. Bofh were obviously of
incendiary origin and local po-
lice, cooperafing wifh fhe Sfafe
Fire Warden and local Fire De-
parfmenf officials soon had in
cusfody Joe Paul Gioveneffi,
23, freshman sfudenf. Gioven-
effi, apparenfly mofivafed by a
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Slocklon Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Relerence lo Piclures.
Abdallah, Adaline, 1302 E. Church, Slocklon-172
Abdallah, Alice, 1302 E. Church, Slocklon-I72
Abboll, Fred, Oakley-96, 165
Abboll, Jane, Oakley-88
Abboll, June, 38 Parker Ave., Tracy
Abercrombie, Clio, Lakeporl-I72
Addis, Wm., 3051 Wisconsin Ave., Oakland-I72
Adamina, Bob, 5250 Desmond, Oak.-56, 69, 100, 152, 182
Abrams, Jean, 1054 Counlry Club Blvd., Slocklon-I72
Akers, Marion, 420 N. Cenlral, Slocklon
Alberlson, Barbara, 844 W. Park Slocklon-47, I72, 187, 188
Alexander, Jean, Winlon
Aldrich, Harry, 1031 Foolhill Blvd., Napa
Allen, Frank, 471 Brislol Ave., Slocklon
Allen, William, 740 Pinehursl Dr., Pasadena
Allen, Marie, 217 Knoles Way, Slocklon
Anderson, Roberl, Linden
Anderson, Bob, 5815 Clover Dr., Oakland-100
Anderson, Genemarie, 142 High, Sanla Cruz-92, 165
Anderson, June, 1043 N. Slocklon Sl., Slocklon-I72
Anderson, Leland, 1404 N. Commerce, Sl., Slocklon
Anderson, Lucille, Susanville, Calil.-I52, 183, 198
Anlonius, Belle, Sumner, Washinglon
Anlonius, Grace, Sumner, Washinglon
Appel, Forresl, Gilroy, Calil.-172
Archibald, Lois, 1843 N. Cenler Slocklon-17, 172, 187, 194
Arnol, Jean, Sloan, Nevada-90, 102, 163, IB6, 188
Arnold, John, 2390 N. Calilornia Sl., Slocklon
Alchley, Helen, 2ll E. Poplar Sl., Slocklon-165, 185, 198
Alkins, George, 64 Oak Ridge Rd., Berkeley
Alkinson, Ernie, 516 Park Way, Piedmonl-
Alon, Terry, I 146 N. La Cienega, Los Angeles
Auch, Frederick, 322 E. Elm Sl., Lodi
Ausled, J. C., 41 I E. Rose Sl., Slocklon
Ayoub, Helen, Greenville, Calil.
Bacon, Allan, 125 Sladium Drive, Slocklon
Bacon, Fred, 726 Arlinglon Ave., Berkeley
Badger, Bernadine, 2645 Buchanan, S. F.-92, I52, 188
Baer, Grelchen, Associaled, Calil.
Baer, Mary Barbara, Associaled, Calif.-10, 90, 165
Baird, Mary Frances, 535 Embarcadero, Palo Allo
Baker, Belly Jane, 930 N. Elm Sl., Slocklon
Baldwin, Karl, 2595 Virginia Sl., Berkeley
Barnell, Mildred, Auburn, Calil.-88
Barnes, James, 435 W. Park Sl., Slocklon-98
Barlon, Louise, 1022 Peralla Ave., Berkeley
Baplisla, Mildred, 106 5lh Sl., Pelaluma-I52
Baslian, Bob, 2310 Dwighl Way, Slocklon-I I, I4, 152
Ball, Donald, 3808 Rigler Way, Sacramenlo-165
Ballew, Fred, 428 E. Pine Sl., Slocklon-64, I72
Barber, Frank, W., 414 W. Poplar Sl., Slocklon
Barry, Belly, 2271 Cowpers Sl., Palo Allo-
Barlh, Belle, 924 N. Suller, Sl., Slocklon
Barlholomew, Gladys, Ripon-
Baum, Janel, 308 Clark Dr., San Maleo
Bawden, A. T., 24 E. Arcade Sl., Slocklon
Baxler, Arlelle, I 136 N. Suller Sl., Slocklon
Beanland, John, 642 Golden Gale Ave., Slocklon-78
Beck, Roberl, 1025 56lh Sl., Oakland
Becker, Bill, 14600 Euclid, Cleveland, Ohio-
9, IO, I2,55, 100, 104, 152,180
Bedell, Olive, Associaled, Calil.-I72
Beheney, Belly, 960 Brislol Ave., Slocklon-88, 187
Benard, Gladys, 1120 W. Acacia Sl., Slocklon
Bendel, Winilred, Niles, Calil.
Bennells, Bernice, Rl. 5, Sacramenlo
Belilsky, Manuel, 621 N. Cenler Sl., Slocklon-98, 105
Benlley, Dick, 1452 Dorolhy Dr., Glendale-
52,96, 151, 152,182
Black, Jimmie, 460 Regenl Sl., Slocklon-96, I72, 189
Berg, Cynlhia, 515 Alabama Sl., Vallejo
Bergslen, Clio, Walnul Creek, Calil.
Berine, Josephine, 9053 Clovis
Berry, Roy, Roseville-98, 99, I52, I72, 190
Berlrane, Jack, 874 24lh Ave., San Francisco-64, 98
Berue, Richard, 409 W. Vine Sl., Slocklon
Bewley, Ross, Rl. 6, Slocklon
Belz, E. S., 1251 Wesl Elm Sl., Slocklon-19
Biddick, Bill, I 145 N. Orange Sl., Slocklon-
9, Il, IB, 98, 164, 165, 180
Billups, Jeanne, 135 Sladium Dr. Slocklon
Bigelow, Billy, 1033 S. Calilornia Sl., Slocklon
Bingham, Peggy, 931 N. EI Dorado Sl., Slkn.-I72, 187, 198
Binlord, Carl, 3647 Magee Ave., Oakland-104
Bird, Wayne, 722 E. Channel Sl., Slocklon-64, 100
Bisholberger, Doris, Rl. 2, Lodi-42, 152, 191, I93, 198
Bishop, Donald, 135 Venlura Sl., Valleio
Blackman, Joyce, 805 S. Regenl Sl., Slocklon-90, 165, 188
Blaikie, John, 36 N. Washinglon Sl., Whillier
Blackwell, Charles, Brenlwood-64
Blanchard, Annelle, Rl. 2, Pelaluma, Calil.-172
Blinn, John, 1431 Argonne Dr., Slocklon-96, I52, 181, 189
Blum, Susan, 3634 Kingsley Sl., Oakland-198
Bodne, Roberl, Lemon Cove, Tulare
Bodley, J., I52 Sladium Drive, Slocklon
Boege, Joyce, French Camp. Calil.-172
Bollon, Thomas, 1347 E. Charler Way, Slocklon-98
Boller, Arleen, 845 W. Vine Sl., Slocklon
Bonnilield, Fred, Slale I-lospilal, Slocklon-76, 98, 153, I82
Boone, Melva, I307 Firsl Sl., Napa, Calil.-I72
Bosch, Carroll, 427 E. Hawlhorne, Slocklon-165
Boslon, Margarel, 430 Bedlord Rd., Slocklon
Bowe, Thomas, 629 N. Harrison Sl., Slocklon-15, 100
Bowerman, Francis, II 15 N. Edison Sl., Slocklon-186
Bowie, Barbara, 2120 Los Angeles, Berkeley
BB, 89, 102, 104,
Bovey, Roberl, 3501 N. Commerce, Slocklon-67, 96, 153
Bowring, Doris, 133 High, Modeslo-104
Boyes, Florence, 7070 Lomila Ave., Slocklon-47, 188, 198
Boyarsky, Willis, 39 N. River Sl., San Jose-98
Braghella, Dorolhy, 1531 Linden Dr., Slocklon-187, 196
Bran, Clillord, 621 E. Channel Sl., Slocklon
Branslord, John, 1 I9 W. Flora Sl., Slocklon
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Members of Pacific Sfudenf Associafion, and Faculfy of fhe College of Pacific and
Sfockfon Junior College. Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference fo Picfures.
Bransfad, Frances, Lodi--88
Bransfad, Marif, Lodi-88
Breed, N. J.. 95 W. Alpine. Sfockfon
Breed. Allen-8, I8. 98, I69, I94
Breeden, Roberf, 54 Knoles Way-5I, 67
Breniman, Marie, l5l Euclid Ave.,
Broaddus, C. A.. I036 N. Cenfer, Sfockfon
Briare, George, I0 N. Pilgrim Sf., Sfockfon-96, I53, I92
Bridegroom, Befhel, Turlock
Briggs, Hamilfon, 747 W. Poplar Sf., Sfockfon-4l
Brink, Elaine. Ripon. Calif.-I65, l98
Brown, Bernice, 9fh Sf., Lodi-88, l53, l83
Brown, John, 242 Burna Ave., Napa, Calif.-64, 65
Brown. De Marcus, I42 Knoles Way, Sfockfon
Brown, Horace, 96 Euclid. Sfockfon
Brown, Nancy, 926 E. Main Sf., Sfockfon
Browne.-Sfewarf, Il3I W. Harding Way, Sfockfon-78, 80
Brown. Virginia, 7I7 W. Brisfol, Sfockfon-l23
Brownell, Dave, Manfeca-69, 85, l0O, I65
Broz, Maxine, 735 Miller S+., San Jose
Buoy, Aileen, 2030 Pacific
Buoy, Florence, Rf. 6, Sfockfon-I53, I83, I88, I98
Brubeck. David, lone, Calif.
Brusso, Merle, 455 EI Camino Real, Vallejo
Bryan, Ferry, I I47 W. Rose Sf.. Sfockfon
Bryson, Alfareffa, 6I7 N. San Joaquin Sf.. Sfockfon-94
Buck, Lillian, I243 W. Willow Sf., Sfockfon
Budin, Harrief, 2000I Pacific Ave., Sfockfon-92
Bugbee Lois, 39 Blanchford Sf., Oakland--90, I87
Burns, Bob, Sfadium Drive, Sfockfon-l23
Burns, Kafhleen, I29 Sf. Dinuba, Calif.--I83
Burfon, Miriam. I55 W. Alpine, Sfockfon-I86
Burfon, Jacqueline, Linden, Calif.-90
Burns, Elaine, 405 Linden Hfs., Auburn-I53
Bush, Buford, 338l 87fh Sf., Oakland-I04. I65
Bush, Ida. 2l5 E. 45fh Sf., Madera, Calif.
Bufcher, Nancy, II33 Willow Sf., Marfinez-I5
Bufler, Dixie, Tonopah, Nevada-94
Caifo, John. 78l I Arfhur Sf., Oakland
Calderwood, Effie, l540 Alfamira, Marfinez
Calderwood, Janef, I540 Alfamira, Marfinez
Calkins. Jo Ann, I IO6 Barreff Ave., Richmond
Call, Dorofhy, I028 S. School Sf., Lodi
Cameron. Sarah, 46l E. I2fh Sf., Piffsburg-88, I65
Camicia, John, 34l E. Hampfon, Sfockfon-63. 64. 74, 75
Campbell, Max, I735 School Sf., Lodi-4I
Campbell, Margaref, Sealrile, Wash.-I95
Canfon, Irene, 3l5 W. Charfer Way, Sfkn.-I53, I8I, l89
Capps. Charlie. 029 Cenfral, Alameda
Campadonico, Consfance. I5l W. Elm Sf., Sfockfon-I53
Canessa. Norma, Rf. 4, Sfockfon-I53, l8l, l92, I93
Carson, Paf, 430 Lexingfon-I6, 92, 93, l02, I49, l53, l83
Carlson, Genevieve, l235 N. Harrison Sf., Sfockfon-I2I
Cash, Chairmian, 3500 Harly Dr., Oakland--27, I07. I7O
Caviglia, George, 433 W. Poplar S+., Sfockfon-67, I54
Caviglia, Melvin, I004 Beafrice, Sfockfon-96, I54, l80, I92
Carfer, Grace, I I9 Sfadium Drive, Sfockfon-I20
Cafferall, James, l320 S, San Joaquin Sf., Sfockfon-
67, 78, I53, I80, l92
Caubu, Jean, 2lO0 Green, San Francisco-90, I65
Cencirrulo, Elfon, 233 Church Sf., Lodi-98
Chaney, Sam, I73 Elwood, Redwood Cify-98, I65
Chapman. Virginia, l234 Emerson, Palo AIfo-
8, 42, 90, I53, I93
Choveffe, Lee, 436 E. Lindsay, Sfockfon
Churchill, Jack, Rf. 2, Box 289B. Sfockfon-l72
Chinchiolo, Andrew, I326 W. Magnolia, Sfockfon
Chiffick, Lorraine. 27l6 Fulfon, Berkeley
Cicinafo, Jerry. 420 E. Clay. Sfockfon-98
Claire, Bud. 644 Dwighf Way, Berkeley
Clark, Larr , 403 N. School Sf., Lodi-63, 64
Clark, Frecli 243 E. Arcade S+., Sfockfon
Clark, Roberf, I I I4 N. Harrison Sf., Sfockfon
Clarke, Olive. I534 Arch, Berkeley-I07
Clifford, Dorris, Rf. 2, Sfrafhmore-90
Cline, George, Camanche
Coafs, Ted. I436 Courf, Marfinez-64
Coe. Norman, 2620 Marshal Way, Sacramenfo-67
Coffman, Claribel, 58 San Benifo. San Francisco-
9O. I36, I64, I65. I97
Cohen, Lillian, 2564 E. Main Sf., Sfockfon
Cohen, Maurice, I746 N. Cherokee, Hollywood-I65
Coll, Evereff, Lockeford, Calif.
Collef. Richard, I040 Carlfon, Sfockfon-98. I65, I82
Colliver, Granf. 95 Euclid, Sfockfon-I95
Colliver, G. H. 95 Euclid, Sfockfon-I65
Colvan, Ellen. Sarafoga-92
Combs, Craig, 332 62nd Sf.. Oakland
Combs, Marian, 332 62nd Sf., Oakland
Conway, Roberf, Rf. 2, Sfockfon-I3, 78
Conn, Roberf, 573 Beacon, Oakland-96
Connelly, T. E., I630 N. Hunfer Sf., Sfockfon
Conway, Ann, Escondido
Coward, Rufh, 941 Lincoln Ave., Napa-88
Conchelre. Marion. 6I9 W. Willow Sf., Sfockfon
Cook, Roberf. 343 Kenilworfh, San Leandro-98
Cook, Mary, Lokoya Lodge-90
Cook, Vernez, 955 Talberf, Marfine
Cooley, Sfanford, 4l Cenfer, Yreka-78
Cooper, Roy, I6760 Sherman Way, Van Nuys, Calif.-
54, 96, I54, I82
Cornog, Grace. I20 E. Adams, Sfockfon
Corry, Jean, 258 Fulfon Sf., Sfockfon
Corson, J. H., 945 N. Commerce Sf., Sfockfon-67, I22
Corfelyou, Helen, 575 N. Providencia, Burbank-I5, 92, I73
Cosseff. Douglass, 4023 Laurel, Oakland-98
Cosfello, Mary, Il6l W. Elm Sf., Sfockfon
Coffrell. Lenore, 336 N. Oak Napa, Sfockfon-I73
Cox, Fred, Rf. I, Palo Alfo
Cox, John. Rf. I, Palo Alfo
Cox, Grace, Linden
Craig, Kay. IO6 Pacific, Piedmonl'
Crane. Rufh, 444 Union, Fairfield-I73
Crawford. IOI5 Garden Sf., Sfockfon-I83, l86, I54, I98
Cravioffo, Yolanda, 2915 Pacific. Sfockfon-l83, I54, I92
Crevelli, Mae. IO37 S. Cenfer S+., Sfockfon
Cross, Celia.. Rf. I, Concord-90, l07, I79
Cross, Roger, Rf. I, Concord-98
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1, Sfoclcfon, California
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LANGLEY COLLIS, M. D.
M Suife 6Il Medico-Denfal Building
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GEO. I'I. SANDERSON, M. D.
' IIOI Medico-Denfal Building
P Sfocldon. California
' Suife l205 Medico-Denfal Building
MINERVA GOODMAN, M. D. C""'P'i"'e""S of
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Members of Pacific S+uden+ Associafion, and Faculry of +he College of Pacific and
S+ock+on Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference +o Picfures.
Dahl, Ivy, Mokelumne Hill
Dahl, Earle, I37 E. Pine S+., S+ock+on-67, l00, I54, I82
Dahlgren, Be++y, l4I0 32nd S+., San Francisco-I07
Dal Por+o, Le+afrances, 403 W. l0+h S+., Tracy
Danner, Helen, 72I7 W. Willow Sf., S+ock+on
Dashiell, Mary Jane, 20I8 Yale, Sacramen+o-I04, I54, I83
Daugher+y, Marvin, 33I E. Third S+., S+ock+on
Daussa+, Juanifa, 904 Firs+, Woodland
Davidson, Genevieve, 735 Homer S+., S+ock+on
Davis, Harrie+, Associafed, Calif.
Davidson, Harrie+, 26I8 Wes+mins+er, S+ock+on-I5
Davis, Jean, R+. I, Walnu+ Grove
Davis, George, 43 W. Walnuf S+., S+ock+on
Davis, Lorraine, 560 32nd, Oakland
Davies, Na+han, 439 4O+h, Oakland-82, 83
Davies, Tom, 253 E. 9+h, Pi++sburg
Davis, Wheeler. Man+eca, Calif.-74, 78
Dean, Bill, 358 San Carlos, Piedmon+-4l, 98, I65
Dean, John, Concord
De Arrie++a, John, I45 Sperry S+., S+ock+on-I 54, I96
Dedrick, Farrell, I4 Hogus S+., San+a Cruz-80
DeHaan, Abel, l637 S. Su++er S+., S+ock+on
DeLacy, Cafherine, 2340 Pacheco, Marfinez
De Lazzer, Joe, Ru+herford
Delph, Jane, I307 Beach, Valleio
Deluca, Gene, 22I3 Spaulding, Berkeley
De Mark, Es+her, 2I W. Highland, Tracy
Dennis, John, 55 San Andreas- Way, San Francisco
Denny, Ed, l2I6 Corfez, Burlingame
De Puy, Clarence, 320 San Carlos, Piedmon+-I00
Devoe, Jack, 840 N. Edison S+., S+ock+on-82, 83
Dewey, Rober+, I45 Alpine S+., S+ock+o'n-96, I65
Deering, Ellen, 3640 Pacific Ave.,-I23
Dieckmann, Harold, Modesfo-96, I00, I03
Dixon, Be++y, 40 Buena Vis+a, Salinas-
Doane, Virginia, I020 N. Van Buren S+., S+ock+on-94, l85
Dobrasin, Mar+in, Il4 N. Church S+., Lodi
Dodge, Phyllis, Provo, U+ah-90
Doscher, Jean, Linden
Douglas, Be++e, Merced-I06
Dow, Les, I2 Springs Rd., Vallejo-55, 67, 98, I69, I73, I82
Dowdall, Helen, 85 Euclid, S+ock+on-88
Downing, John, Glasgow, Ken+ucky
Downs, Rober+, I29 S+ra+ford, Redwood Ci+y-98, I65
Doyle, Bill, I I2I N. Baker S+., Sfockfon-9, I78
Drew, Jeanne, Oakdale
Du+lin. Kennefh, 35I W. Broadmour, San Leandro
Durham, Charles, Lickiny, Mo.-I00
Du Praw, Harry, Susanville-4I, 78, 98, I65
Dunlap, Edi+hfern, l23 E. Magnolia S+., S+ock+on-I73
Durs+, Barbara. 748 Fourfh, Woodland-
Dunlap, Pa+, Licking, Mo.-9, 67, l00, I03, I50, l54, I82, I92
Dykes, Earl, 69 Oakmon+, Piedmonl'
Ea+on, Richard, I007 N. California S+., S+ock+on
Eames, Beffeanne, 362 Marin, Berkeley-25
Earley, David, R+. 2, S+ock+on-78
Easby, Jacqueline, R+. I, Merced-90
Ebbeson, Rober+, 264l Humboldf, Oakland
Eby, George, 22I0 Dwigh+ Way, S+ock+on
Eby, Lula, R+. I, Walla Walla, Wash.-I35, I85, I98
Edinger, Jeanne++e, Ripon-I07
Edwards, Joan, 8I5 W. Magnolia S+., S+ock+on
Egberf, Frank, l034 S. California S+., S+ock+on
Eislene, M. R., 808 Bris+ol Ave., S+ock+on
Ellio++, J. G., 2I9 Euclid, S+ock+on-l24
Ellio++, Be++y, 536 E. Fremonf, S+ock+on
Esmond, Leona, Wallace-I65
E+zel, Margueri+e, 600 Oak, Roseville-
7, 8, 90, 9I, I02, I55, I83, I93
Evans, Horace, 8I9 W. Washingfon, San+a Ana-78, IOO
Evere++, Carol, 2l9 Pine, Modes+o
Fanucchi, John, I828 Orange, Bakersfield-I8, I96
Farey, Arfhur, Il2 Fulfon, S+ock+on-l35
Farley, Fred, 2I7 Knoles Way, S+ock+on-124
Fas+, Emery, I65 Knoles Way, S+ock+on
Fay, De, l209 Pincho+, S+ock+on-I0, 96, I73
Fellers, Walfer, Sebas+opool-l04, I55, I80
Fenix, Opal, I20 Knoles Way, S+ock+on-l22
Fenix, Rober+, l20 Knoles Way, S+ock+on-9
Fens+ermacher, Lois, Hercules-88, I55
Ferer, Erwin, 824 Grosvenor Place, Oakland
Ferguson, Barbara, l574 Wes+, Redding-90, I77
Ferguson, Donna, I665 Berkeley, S+ock+on-90, I78
Ferguson, Jean, I665 Berkeley, S+ock+on-90, I65
Fernandez, Beranrdo, Pinole
Fernandez, Carroll, Pinole
Ferguson, Rober+, l025 N. Edison S+., Slrockfon-98
Ferrari, Tom, IlI2 Fairfax, S+ock+on-65, IOO, I73
Fersfer, Teresa, II5 S+adium Drive
Ferry, Barbara. 265 Gale Hill, Lindsay
Fersfer, Teresa, I I5 S+adium Drive, S+ock+on
Ficovich, An+one, II56 S. David, S+ock+on-l00, l65
Ficovich, Nickolna, I I56 S. David, S+ock+on-
88 I66 I80
Fine, Harris, Tracy-55, I00, I82 I I I
Fisher, Frances, R+. I, Man+eca-92, I96
Fle+cher, Felfon, Edmond, Oklahoma
Flannigan, llo+a, I4-26 Eas+ Ave., Napa
Flefcher, Orvell, 524 Harold, Lodi-
I7. IO4. l05. I5l. I55 I94
Flickinger, Be++e, IOI7 Louisiana, Valleio-
10, 42, 88, I02, I55, I83 l9l
Floyd, Clifford, 4700 Edgewood, Oakland
Field, Mildred, R+. 3, Lodi-94
Fink, Be++y, Crows Landing-90, I66
Fisher, Consfance, 3600 I3+h, Oakland
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Lei Us Help You Plan Your Pariy Desserls
Frozen Puddings, Pies, Cakes, Cenfer Molds Bricks, Individual Molds,
All made wilh Delicious Oualliy Ice Cream
College Headquarfers 'For Founfain Specials and Lunches
Agenls for Edy's Characler Candies
1928 Pacific Avenue Phone 7-7095
D I R E T R Y
Members of Pacific Sfudenf Associafion, and Faculfy of fhe College of Pacific and
Sfockfon Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference Io Picfures.
Folendorf, Bruce, Lodi
Ford, Lew, 934 Oxford Way, Sfockfon-64, 77, 78
Folleffe, Jean, 72I Lighfhouse, Pacific Grove-IO4, I98
Fong, Mary, I3I3 5fh, Sacramenfo-IO4, I55
Ford, Roberf, II36 Ulfinian Way, Marfinez
Fox, Dorofhy, 490 Colusa, Berkeley
Francis, Eva, I695 I2fh, San Francisco
Francis, Ralph, 36l6 Pacific, Sfockfon
Frank, Consfance, I435 N. Pershing, Sfockfon
Frisholz, Jack, Wilmingfon, Calif.
Frili, Irving, Rio Dell-98, I64, I66, l90
Frach, Lillian, 465 44fh, Oakland
Fuller, Carl, I305 W. Magnolia, Sfockfon-
l8. Bl. I55. IBO. I94. I97
Garibaldi, Margaref, l20I N. Sierra Nevada, Sfockfon-
Gasfman, Carl, I5I I F, Sacramenfo-l00, I55
Gaumnifz, Herman, Rf. IO, Fresno-98, I66
Gaia, Caesar, I8I8 N. Commerce, Sfockfon
Galf, Veryl, Hughson-I66, I95
Gallagher, John, 23 E. Magnolia, Sfockfon
Gardner, Beverly, Hughson-90
Gardner, Edward, I20 Sfadium Drive, Sfockfon-96
Garvey, Jack, I225 N. Sfockfon Sf., Sfockfon
Gavey, Tom, I775 Oakland, Walnuf Creek
Gay, Dave, I82I I8fh Sfreef, Bakersfield-78, 96, I66
Gay, Dean, I82I I8fh Sfreef, Bakersfield-
Gede, Roberf, 3500 Calandvia, Oakland
Gehrig, John, 42I W. Vine Sf., Sfockfon
Geisler, Grefchen, Sunnyvale
Genuif, Walfer, 645 W. Walnuf Sf., Sfockfon
Genochio, Lois, 702 S. Tuxedo. Sfockfon-88, I55, I83, l93
George, Al, I278 Weber, Alameda
George, Flossy, 2IO Knoles Way, Sfockfon
George, Margaref, I278 Weber, Alameda-I80, I97
Garrison, Fred, 2l0 W. l2fh Sf., Tracy-64, I04, I66
Ghiorzo, Roberf, I503 E. Channel S+., Sfockfon-I73
Gholz, Melvin, Rf. 2, Lodi-I66, I8I
Gibbons, Barbara, 206 S. Orange, Lodi-88
Gibson, Anneffe, I I8 Mf. Diablo, San Mafeo
Gilgerf, Walf, 2460 E. Scoffs, Sfockfon-98, I89
Gillwin, Frances, lone
Gobul, Man, 255 9fh Ave., San Francisco-
Goff, Camille, 3342 K Sf., Eureka-90, I66, I88
Goldman, Walfer, 665 6+h Sf., San Francisco
Goleman, Irving, 65 W. Adams Sf., Sfockfon
Goodman, Minarva, 2255 Craffon Way, Sfockfon
Goodwin, Jean, 1547 Lucerne, Sfockfon-42, I55, l83, l88
Gordon, Jane, 255 Knoles Way, Sfockfon-I98
Gordon, R. B., 255 Knoles Way, Sfockfon
Gosseff, Allison, 327 Woodland Park, San Leandro-64, 96
Grady, Audrey, 702 Green, Marfinez-88
Greenberg, Phyllis, 24 E. Adams Sf., Sfockfon
Greenman, Wm., 429 N. Regenf Sf., Sfockfon-78
Grenberg, Paul, Sausalifo
Grey, Jane, Lincoln
Griner, Phyllis, 466 Busfol Ave., Sfockfon
Gross, Esfher, Rf. 2, Box I34B, Sfockfon
Griffirh, Trevor, 460I Walnuf Sf., Oakland-98, l50, I56, l83
Griggs, Geraldine, Rf. 2, Box 335, Sfockfon
Grosse, Ray, Sfockfon-I I, I3, I56
Graham, Barbara, I26 Washingfon Sf., Oildale-I66
Graves, Violef, Sfockfon-ISI, I92
Grimshaw, Phyllis, 6I8 N. Regenf S+., Sfockfon-
IO, 25, 92, I66
Groves, Howard, Farmingfon
Grubbs, Carolyn, Rf. 2, Box 465, Concord-I04, I73
Guernsey, Doris, I844 N. San Joaquin Sf., Sfockfon-
47, BB, I87, IBB
Guilfoyle, Maryann, 2l6 S. Rose Sf., Lodi-I73
Gulich, C. W., I00 Knoles Sf., Sfockfon
Gwynn, Mary, I520 Picardy Drive, Sfockfon
Hadden, Wilder, l2l4 N. El Dorado Sf., Sfockfon
Hafele, Roxene, 3933 Oakmore Rd., Oakland-88, l88
Halberf, Dale, Knighfson-55
Hall, Alice, 4244 Pepperwood Ave., Long Beach-
94, I56, I93, l95
Hamaker, Phyllis, 726 Kenfucky Sf., Vallejo-88
Hamm, Ben, 2524 Benvenue, Berkeley-80, 98, I74
Hamilfon, Quincy, 2I25 Church S+., Lodi-64, I74
Hampfon, Janef, 2055 California Sf., San Francisco-88, I06
Hamsher, De Effe, 4409 Edgewood Ave.. Oakland-90, I74
Handel, Shirley, 508 S. School Sf., Lodi
Hancock, Doris, 2I2 Fulfon Ave., Sfockfon
Hannay, Jessie, 826 W. Harrison Sf., Sfockfon-
I3, I74, IB7, I98
Hanner, Jack, I435 W. Flora Sf., Sfockfon-78, 96, I74
Hansbrow, Howard, I74 Slsf Sf., Oakland--l0O, I56
Hancock, John, 6I6 Cowper Sf., Palo Alfo
Handley, Lauren, I l20 W. Poplar Sf., Sfockfon-98
Happell, Claire, 26l6 Clarendon Ave., Sfockfon
Harringfon, Ellen Jane, 9I8 Louisiana Sf., Valleio
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Phone SI'ocIi+on 6-6993
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PI1one2-0818 .:. STOCKTON
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D I R T R Y
Members o+ Pacific S+uden+ Associa+ion, and Facul+y 0+ +he College o+ Pacific and
S+ock+on Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference +o Pic+ures.
Harris, J. W., 222 Euclid S+., S+ock+on-I24
Harrison, Barbara, 22I W. Pilgrim S+., S+ock+on-
Harrison, Rober+, 22I W. Pilgrim S+., S+ock+on-I66, l90
Har+, Isabel, Mon+ague
Har+er, Gene, 2420 Ashby Ave., Berkeley-I98
Har+er, Glen, 2420 Ashby Ave., Berkeley-
Harvey, Byron, Pi++sburg-41, 67
Harvey, Earl, l205 7+h S+., Modes+o-I56
Haiside, Harry, 3l I5 Lewis+on Ave., Oakland
Hawkins, Allen, 300 W. C. S+., Madera-64, 82
Haymond, Margare+. R+. 3, Box 258, Lodi-I56, I98
Hebbron, Jeanne, 35 3rd S+., San+a Cruz
Hebbron, Lloyd, 35 3rd S+., San+a Cruz-5, 74, I08
Hedges, Al+on, Dixon, Cali+.-96, I56, I82
Hein, Thalia, Fair Oaks
Heinrich, Louis, Acampo, Cali+.-I56, I8I, I89
Hellman, Francis, 340 Lenox Ave., Oakland-96, I82
Hendsch, Genen, I020 E. Elm S+., S+ock+on
Hendrichs, Willis, I9I6 Yolo Ave., Berkeley
Henning, Rober+, 75 Fox Ave., San Jose-7I, I00, I74
Herman, Fern, 9I I Bea+rice Ave., S+ock+on
Hes+on, Pauline, I2I2 Francis S+., Napa-I74
Higgins, E+han, 8I2 Fair+ield Road, Burlingame-
Hill, E+hel Mae, 3502 N. Commerce S+., S+ock+on
Hills, Beverley, I I28 W. Walnu+ S+., Berkeley
Hislop, Bruce, I002 W. Vine S+., S+ock+on
Hobin, W. J., I25 N. San Joaquin S+., S+ock+on
Hodge, John, 4025 Loma Vis+a Ave., Oakland
Hodgkins, Ann, R+. I, Box 819, S+ock+on-88, I9I
Hogan, Claude, 460 W. Walnu+ S+., S+ock+on-l8, I7I
Hoge, Sally, 260 Churchill Ave., Palo Al+o-88
Hogue, Nancy, III8 Vernal Way, S+ock+on
Holland, Elmer, Lodi-64, 83, I74, I89
Holden, Fred, I859 Alls+on Way, S+ock+on-I5
Holden, Jim, Summi+ Ci+y, Calif.
Hollingswor+h, Rober+, 368 E. Third S+., Chico
Holman, Richard, Sonora, Calif.
Hol+on, Ar+hur, I446 Jones S+., San Francisco-
I0, l00, l90
Honnold, Forres+, III9 E. Main S+., S+ock+on
Honsberger, Jeanne, Susanville, Cali+.-90, I56, I83
Hood, Philip, I3l9 French S+., San+a Ana, Cali+.
Hooson, Mary, 742 W. Rose S+., S+ock+on-92
Hopkins, Howard, I65 Knoles Way, S+ock+on
Hopps, Gloria, I728 S+an+ord Ave., S+ock+on-94, I74
Ho+chkiss, Gladys, 39 W. Highland Ave., Tracy-IO4, I98
Hauser, Claudina, 448 E. Alpine S+., S+ock+on-I74
Howden, Elizabe+h, 2804 Hillegass Ave., Berkeley-I7, I74
Hudson, Don, R+. I, Box 597, S+ock+on
Hughes, Gladys, I I I7 N. Calif. S+., S+ock+on-
Hull, Doro+hy, 348 N. Aurora S+., S+ock+on-88
Hull, Francis, 348 N. Aurora S+., S+ock+on-88, I66
Hune+elcl, William, 83l W. Elm S+., S+ock+on-96, I74
Hungerford, Rae, 7410 Division S+., Por+land, Ore.-94, I56
Hun+, Carolyn, 9l5 Carolina S+., Vallejo
Hun+er, Helen, 572 Four+h Ave., San Francisco
Hu+chion, Ian, 2806 Belle Ave., S+ock+on
Hu+chins, Hugh, 4626 Fairfax, Oakland-80
lida, Paul, R+. 4, Box l642, S+ock+on
liams, Rober+, R+. 2, Box 324E, S+ock+on-57, 98, I82
Inglis, Wes+on, 825 Bris+ol S+., S+ock+on-IOO, I57
Ingram, Lorraine, Oakdale
lmmel, John, I I22 W. Poplar S+., S+ock+on-96, I66, I92
Irish, Ar+, 640 Fairmon+ Ave., Oakland-98, I03, I49, I57
Irwin, Alber+, 936 N. Commerce S+., S+ock+on-
56, 70.98, I66, I82
Irwin, James, 40 Prospec+ Rr., Piedmon+
Jacobs, Kei+h, Rio Vis+a
Jackson, Earl, Men's Hall-76, 78
Jacoby, H. S., 350I N. Su++er S+., S+ock+on-68
Jacobsen, Eric, I365 American S+., S+ock+on-
Jenkins, Margare+, I843 Alls+on Way, S+ock+on-I74
Jeung, Nylan, Hol+, Cali+.-I66, I8I, I89
Jensen, Helen, Benicia
Jessup, Charles. P. O. Box 666, Mar+inez-IO4, I66, I8I I89
Johnson, Rober+, I7I8 Orange, Yuba Ci+y
Jones, Be+sy, 720 E. Elm, S+ock+on
Johnson, William, R+. 4, Box 794, S+ock+on
Johnson, Leo, R+. 4, Box 794, S+ock+on-98, I74, I82
Johns+one, James, I2I9 S. San Joaquin S+., S+ock+on
Jones Bill, 208 Hilborn, Lodi-I66
Jones Clyde, R+. I, Win+on-I57
Jones David, 3733 6+h S+., Sacramen+o
Jones, Ray, 5356 Manila Ave., Oakland-78, I74
Ru+h, Crescen+ Ci+y-I66, I98
Joy, Barbara, I2l E. Mon+erey S+., S+ock+on
Judge, Jacquelyn, 409 E. Harding Way, S+ock+on
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Members o+ .Paci+ic S+uden+ Associa+ion, and FacuI+y o+ +he College o+ Pacific and
S+ock+on Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference +o Pic+ures.
Jon+e, Don, 324 W. Park S+., S+ock+on-74, I89
Jon+e, I-Iawor+h, 324 W. Park S+., S+ock+on-I57, I89
Jon+e, J. I-I., 324 W. Park S+., S+ock+on
Jordan, Jane, I70I York, Napa-
6, 8, 24, 90, I57, I83, I9I, I93
Keehner, Alice, 6434 Colly S+., Oakland-94, I66, I86
Kelly, WaI+er-70, 78, 98, I66, I74, I82
Kelliher, Ray, I620 W. Willow S+., S+ock+on
Kegler, Joe, Ferndale, CaIi+.-I94.
Ke+man, Jane, 36I Tennyson Ave., Palo AI+o-24, 88
Kienh, Bob, 643 W. Vine S+., S+ock+on-
7, 8, 52, 59, 67, IO0, I57, I82, I92, I94
Kien+2, I-Iarrie+, 643 W. Vine S+., S+ock+on-I I, I57, I98
Kanda, Grayce, 3 I6 W. Anderson S+., S+ock+on
King, Francis, R+. 2, Box 63, S+ock+on
Kingery, Carl, 847 I9+h S+., Merced
Kingdon, Be++y, 2I65 A S+., Oroville
Kirkland, Dickie, I5I9 Fernside Blvd., Alameda
Kirley, Rober+a, 7I I Marsh S+., Reno
Kirkman, Wm., 4I4 E. Vine S+., S+ock+on
Kirske, Fred, 77 Manor Drive, Piedmon+
Kieldsen, Chris, 88 W. Knoles Way, S+ock+on
62, 64, 73, 74, 8I, 82, 83
Klaas, Lois, IIO Magnolia Ave., Piedmon+-I07, I74
KIaps+ein, Earl, 523 E. Walnu+, Lodi-64
Leslie, Presiden+'s Residence
47, 98, 99, I5l, I57, I97
Lois Leslie, 27 Garcia, San Francisco-I7, 88, IO7
Ru+h, II4l Mon+gomery S+., Oroville
Kolb, Anida, 2089 E. Washing+on S+., S+ock+on-
77, I57, I83
Kolher, Lorivan, I20 E. Walnu+, Lodi
Kolln, Doro+hy, II9 Neal, Pleasanfon-47
Kowa+ch, Lillian, 643 W. Poplar S+., S+ock+on-90, I74
Kowa+ch, Lucille, 643 W. Poplar S+., S+ock+on-90, I74
Krasnow, Audrey, I767 I0+h, Sacramen+o-I57, I5I, I97
Kreim, Mary, 40I 4+h S+., An+ioch
Kroeck, L., 2I5 Euclid Ave., S+ock+on-I66
Kuivala, Ka+herine, 1452 W. Elm S+., S+ock+on-47
Kushner, Lois, 426 EI Camino, San Ma+eo
Lacey, Jack, I27 W. Willow S+., S+ock+on
Laddon, Barbara, I20 Upland Dr., San Francisco-
90, I69, I75, I87
Lagomarsino, Mildred, Su++er Creek, Calif.-92, I80, I9l
Lagorio, La Verne, R+. 3, Box 884, S+ock+on-90, I58, I88
Lamb, Jean, 920 N. Madison S+., S+ock+on
Lamb, Norman, 460 I5+h S+., San Jose-
67, IOO, I58, I64, I80, I90
Lamber+, Eloise, 334 N. American S+., S+ock+on-
92, I75, I87, l88
Landback, Eldon, 428 Box 407, Lodi
Laning, Bob, R+. Box 407, Lodi
Larson, Ovena, 237 W. Alpine, S+ock+on
Lasell, Lois, R+. 3, Box 338, Lodi-94, I67
Lauppe, Irwin, An+elope, Calif.
Lawrence, Gloria, 448 W. EI Canio, Sacramen+o-I75
Lawson, Mary, Orland
Learned, Jean, Elk Grove, Calif.
Le+ever, Margare+, 609 W. WaInu+ S+., S+ock+on
Leonhard, Paul, 223 E. Adams S+., S+ock+on
Leale, Le Roy, R+. I, Box 893, S+ock+on-96
Lehman, Jane+, R+. I, Box 205, Tracy-I67, I80, I9l, I99
Lenahan, Les+er, 65I N. Tuxedo, S+ock+on-7I, 78
Leonhaeuser, Ray, I382 I8+h Ave., San Francisco-98
Lennox, Barbara, Corning, Calif.-24, 94, IO7, I75, I87, I99
Lener, Norma Jean, 2I9 E. Ellis, S+ock+on
Lewis, Mi+cheII, R+. I, Box I82, La+hrop
Lewis, Howard, Linden--98, I67
Lilly, John, I I25 N. Cen+er S+., S+ock+on
Lindsay, Clyde, I022 S. San Joaquin S+., S+ock+on
Linn, Myra, ArIing+on-94
Linscheid, Edmund, R+. I, Box IO, Pi++sburg-57, 64
Lloyd, Evelyn L.,-I0, 60
Lo++us, Joe, 7I4 N. I-Iun+er S+., S+ock+on
Lombardi, Ru+h, 535 E. Anderson, S+ock+on-92, I58, I80
Loomis, Dick-IO0, I67
Long, Lois, I428 N. Cen+er S+., S+ock+on
Looney, Dan, Chowchilla-77, 78, 98, I82
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General Hardware, Iron and Sfeel :,
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Members of .Pacific Sfudenf Associafion, and Faculfy of fhe College of Pacific and
Sfockfon Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference fo Picfures.
Long, Clayfon, I855 Carmel Ave., Sfoclcfon-I58, I90
Louch, Gerfrude, Sonora, Calif.
Loyd, Melba, 709 E. Sf., Porferville,--94, I02, I86
Loveless, Jay, P. O. Box 234, Lodi-I58, I80, l95
Lundgren, Virginia, 2l2 Beverly Ave., San Leandro-I75
Lunf, Bill, 2OI W. Alpine Sf., Sfockfon-IOO, I75
Lynch, Pafricia, I505 N. San Joaquin, Sfoclcfon
Lyons, James, Rf. I, Box I27, Linden-64, 98, I75
Lulz, Paul, Sfockfon
Malcolmson, Oliver, Big Creek, Calif.-I67, l80
Manary, Vivienne, Paiu Maui, Hawaii-92
Manley, Dorofhy, 2405 Orange Ave., Lodi
Mansfield, Murray, 330 King Sf., Sanfa Cruz
Marcellin, Norma, 729 N. Yosemife, Sfockfon-
47, 92, I75, IB7, IBB
Marblesfone, Jeanne, I I27 W. Park Sf., Sfockfon-90, I88
Marsh, Mildred, 2lI W. 3rd Sf., Sfockfon-92
Marfin, Elfon, 236 N. Pilgrim Sf., Sfockfon-96, I58
Marfin, Mary, l325 W. Madison Sf., Sfockfon
Roberf, l93l Cedar Sf., Berkeley-74
Berf, 3974 Delmonf Ave., Berkeley-74, I0O
Mafheson, James, 900 Mellus Sf., Marfinez
Mafheson, Malcolm, I72I Lucerne Ave., Sfockfon
Mafhews, Beffy, 327 W. Park Sf., Sfockfon-92
Mafhews, David, 509 S. School Sf., Lodi
Dwayne, 25I7 O Sf., Barkersfield--58, 96, I67, I82
Medler, Mildred, I24 Elizabefh Way, Dinuba
Mefford, Ira, Rf. 4, Box 4242, Sacramenfo
Missick, Marian, I440 N. Harrison Sf., Sfockfon
Alberf, I I6 S. G Sf., Porferville
Elizabefh, Richvale, Calif.-I75
Meyer Beverley, Linden, Calif.-I67, 186
Meyer, Roberf, Cosfa Mesa, Calif.-78, 96, I75, l89
Meyer, Beffie, Rio Visfa, Calif.--88, IO7, I67
Meyer, Libby, I559 Thousand Oaks, Berkeley-90
Mickel Chyrl, 309 Poplar Sf., Modesfo
Miller, Earl, 2I35 S. American Sf., Sfockfon
Miller, George, Ferndale, Calif.-64. 74, 75, IOO, I75
Miller, Geraldeen, 604 N. Commerce Sf., Sfockfon
Miller, Janef, I226 Vernal Way, Sfockfon
Miller, Beverley, I80O Guinda Sf., Palo Alfo-92, I02, I86
Miller, Sfanley, Lindsay, Calif.-IO0
Miller, Wesley, Lindsay, Calif.--77, 78, I00
Mills, Warren, Rf. 3, Box 303A, Lodi-64, 82
Minasian, David, l358 Maple Sf., Piffsburg
Minaken, Corolyn, l045 N. Edison Sf., Sfockfon
Mifchell, John, I29 Acacia Sf., Sfockfon-98
Moffiff, Elwood, l236 W. Willow Sf., Sfockfon-
96, l58, l89
Moeller, George, I25I W. Willow Sf., Sfockfon-98
Mokiao, Charles, I22I I6fh Ave., I-lonolulu, T. l'l.-63, 64
Monogan, Roberf, 627 Capifol Sf., Vallejo-
ll, I6, 98, l7O, I77, I82
Monaghan, I-Iarold, Rf. 2, Box 230A, Sfockfon
Monfgomery, Eva, Lockeford, Calif.
Moore, Carl, I42 Beverly, San Leandro-
96, 97, IO3, I67, I82
Moore, Frank, 232 W. Vine Sf., Sfockfon
Moore, Presley, 232 W. Vine Sf., Sfockfon-I58
Moore, Evadine, I42 Berkeley Ave., San Leandro
Moorehead, Bruce, Escalon, Calif.-I75
Morgan, Barbara, Shaffer, Calif.
Morgan, Jean, Escobar Sf., Marfinez-42, I58
Morrall, Jean, Winnemucca, Nev.-I58, I75, l83, I88, I93
Morrall, Dick, Winnemucca, Nev.-98, I59
Morrill, Lew, Fairfield, Calif.-8I
Morrison, Beffy Jean, Yuba Cify-I78
Morse, Lewis, 25I5 Dwighl' Way, Sfockfon-
85, I67, ,
Myers, Charles, Chowchilla
Myers, Vicfor, Middlefown, Calif.
MacCaughey, Nancy, l935 Yolo Ave., Berkeley
MacDonald, John, 650 S. Cenfral Ave., Sfockfon-I75
McAdams, Virginia, Shasfa Dam, Calif.
McAllisfer, Doris, l29 York Drive, Piedmonf-I07
McBride, Dorofhy, 327 Bedford Road, Slockfon-I75, I85
McBride, Jean, IOI8 4+h Sf., Davis-I I, I07
McCall, Roy, I30 Sfadium Drive, Sfockfon
McCan, T. J., 626 S. Cenfral Ave., Sfockfon
McCann, Eleanor, lI5 Sfadium Drive
McCarl, Bea, 875 Tresfle Glen Rr., Oakland-l0, 88
McDonald, Kay, 2539 27fh Ave., San Francisco-90
McGowen, John, Rf. 3, Box 304, Lodi
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Krank L. Williams, Presideni
Geo. B. Hammond, Secretary
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D I R E T R Y
Members of Pacific Sfudenf Associafion, and Faculfy of fhe College of Pacific and
Sfockfon Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference fo Picfures.
McCloud, Eleanor, I905 W. Commerce St, Sfockfon
McCormick, Robert I4I4 W. Pershing Ave., Sfockfon
McCullough, Mary Jane, Posen Sf., Berkeley-88
McDonald, Marjorie, Woodbridge, Calif.
McElroy, William, l225 Walnuf St, Alameda
McEneny, Alice, 2054 W. Harding Way, Sfockfon
McGurk, l045 N. Sutler St, Sfockfon
Mclnfyre, Margaret 450 Edgwood Rd., San Mafeo-
IS, 94, l75
McKinsey, Danna, French Camp, Calif.
McLean, Leonard, 5572 Lawfon Ave., Oakland-IOC
Mclnnis, Janet Minden, Nev.-92
Mclnfosh, Lucille, I2I7 W. Magnolia St, Sfockfon-90
McKenzie, Barbara, Dixon, Calif.
McKinney, Beffy, l890 Arch St, Berkeley
McLean, Dorofhy, 23 Sims Ave., Vallejo
McWilliams, Hugh, IO47 Pine St, Red Bluff-
Nakabayashi, Shigekazu, 948 N. Edison St, Sfockfon
9, 52, 67. 98, I50, I82
Nash, Davida, I39 N. Garland Ave., Dayfon, Ohio
Neider, William, 478 N. Walnuf Sf., Sfockfon
Neill, Jane, I I73 Tresfle Glen Rd., Oakland
Nelson, Cordner, I759 Argomore Dr., Sfockfon-
78. I59, lB2
Nelson, Douglas, 445 W. Sfockfon St, Sfockfon-98, I59
Neronde, Joseph, 2309 Folsom Blvd., Sacramenfo
Newberry, Florence, I209 E. Harding Way, Sfockfon-
Newcomb, Francis, 6I0 Bissel Ave., Richmond-I75
Nichley, Bill, I244 Vernal Way, Sfockfon-I76
Nicolas, La Verne, I060 Flood Bldg., San Francisco-I76
Nichols, E. R., 839 N. Harrison S+., Sfockfon-I9
Niessner, Edwin, 3I2 Louie Ave., Lodi, Calif.
Nile, Marnie, Grass Valley, Calif.-94, I76, I85
Nitla, Helen, Rf. I, Box IO9, Loomis, Calif.
Nobbs, Jean, 2872 Adeline Dr., Burlingame, Calif.
Noble, A. E., Lower Sacramenfo Rd., Sfockfon
Nordyke, Helen, 598 S. I5l'h St, San Jose
Norman, Charles, 40l N. Cenfral Ave., Sfockfon
Norfon, Sherwood, 939 N. Edison St, Sfockfon-69
Norfon, Ted, I42l N. Monroe St, Sfocfkon-
96, I5l. I59, I80, IBI, IB9, l9O, l9I
Nofewan, Paula, I630 Baher St, Sfockfon
O'Brien, Tim, 737 N. San Jose S+., Sfockfon
O'Bryan, Leonard, Sfarr Aufo Court Sfockfon
O'Conner, Jane, Yuba Cify, Calif.-I76, l87
O'Conner, Kafhryn, Monfague, Calif.-I76
Olson, Clair, l60 Knoles Way
Ong, Eslher, 3876 I4fh, Sacramenfo-IO4, I59
Ormond, Jean Allyn, l20O Washingfon St, San Francisco
Orfon, Dwayne, 220 Knoles Way, Sfockfon-67, l2l
Orvis, Bill, Farmingfon, Calif.
Osfrander, Dan, l204 Vernal Way, Sfockfon-78
Owen, Bob, I I66 W. Harding Way, Sfockfon-82, 83, 96
Pallen, Jean, I375 Pine Sf., Piffsburg
Paker, Jackie, I896 Pacific Ave., San Francisco-88, I67, I76
Parsons, Polly, Rf. 2, Box 294, Oakdale, Calif.-I67, I85
Paffen, Gordon, l50 Sfadium Drive, Sfockfon
Patlison, Sylvia, 6I8 Galer St, Glendale
Pafferson, Annabelle, I l27 S. Granf St, Sfockfon-86
Paffon, Gordon, l5O Sfadium Drive, Sfockfon
Paulson, Arfhur, I0O4 S. Golden Gafe, Sfockfon-65
Paxfon, Don, 3006 Barfleft Sfockfon-98, I59
Pease, Glen, I82 W. Fulfon, Sfockfon
Pease, M. O., l82 W. Fulfon, Sfockfon
Pease, Lorfhy, l82 W. Fulfon Ave., Sfockfon
Pelefz, Marvin, I66O W. Acacia St, Sfocldon-l00
Pengiley, Don, 440 E. Weber, Sfockfon
Perrin, J., 2l5 S. School St, Lodi, Calif.-98, l83, I59
Pesce, Elivian, 2309 W. Markef St, Sfockfon
Phifer, Gregg, 830 N. Suffer St, Sfockfon-
ll, I2, I7, 78, I59, I80, I82, I92, I94
Phillips, Chet 3lO8 Clare-menf Ave., Berkeley-67
Phillp, Allan, Davis, Calif.-77, 78, 98
Piccardo, Wardell, Rf. 4, Box l8IO, Sfockfon-96, I67
Pierce, Marfha, 3502 N. Commerce St, Sfockfon
Porfer, Janet 55l Craklon Ave., Oakland-88, I70, I76
Poffs, Monroe, I5I Euclid, Sfockfon
Powell, Douglas, l6I7 N. Hunfer, Sfockfon-I67, I92
Prait Claire-88. I76
Preece, Jack, IO43 S. Gardin St, Sfockfon
Price, George, Walker, Iowa--78, I76
Profhers, Lloyd, 465 N. Regenf St, Sfockfon
Pulich, Marlin, I436 Columbia Ave., Sfockfon-
8.10, IB, I59, I8O,l92,I94
Purcell, "Doc"-78, I00, I67, I82, l9O
Ouist Margefh, 627 Norfh St, Woodland, Calif.-I99
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D I R T R Y
Members of Pacific S+uden+ Associafion, and Faculfy of +he College of Pacific and
S+ock+on Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference fo Picfures.
Railsback, Pa+rician, 810 N. Willow, S+ock+on-88, 160, 183
Rai++, James, 44 E1 Camino Real, Berkeley
Randall, Winiferd, 1 1200 Homedale S+., Los Angeles
Ranney, Mary, 669 Bedford Rd., S+ock+on-92, 167, 188
Rapapor+, Jane+, Talmage, Calif.
Raven, Bob, R+. 1, Box 780C, S+ock+on-98
Rawles, Gayle, Oakdale-92, 160, 181, 183
Ramos, Jimmy, Danville, Calif.
Ramsey, Bill, 660 Bris+ol Ave., S+ock+on-167
Ray, Pafricia, 257 Sanfa Rifa, Palo A1+o
Read, Pafricia, 129 E. Willow S+., S+ock+on
Ready, Marian, 570 Weldon Ave., Oakland
Reinking, Eloise, 1870 Lomiaf Ave., Oakland
Rempel, Aron, R+. 2, Dinuba-59, 78, 96, 167, 182
Rempfer, Wm., 218 N. Washingfon S+., Lodi-96
Renwick, Wm., 1050 W. Vine S+., S+ock+on
Reynolds, Richard, 1404 N. Yosemife, S+ock+on
Rhode, Herberf, 525 63rd S+., Oakland
Ricci, O1in+o, 1672 Lincoln S+., Berkeley
Rice, Marianne, Douglas, Arizona.
Rice, Mary, 58 King S+., San+a Cruz-88, 176
Richards, Russel, 1 136 E1 Camino Real, Burlingame-100, 167
Rifberg, Toni, 3749 Ardle , Oakland
Rifchie, Jackie, Lodi, Calif!-47, 88, 176, 187, 188
Rifchie, Phillip, Win+ers, Calif.-76, 78, 167, 182
Ri++er, O. H., 2273 Craffon Way, S+ock+on--67, 122
Roberfs, Bill, 1021 N. Baker S+., S+ock+on
Rogers, Don, 1240 Vicforia Ave., S+ock+on
Rogers, Kennefh, 1240 Vicforia Ave., S+ock+on
17, 71, 73, 74, 78, 96, 182
Rogers, Nella, Women's Hall, S+ock+on
Rose,Da1e-96, 160, 197
Ross, Janice, 705 S. Tuxedo Ave., S+ock+on
Ross, Laffa, 705 S. Tpxedo Ave., S+ock+on-160, 197
Rossman, Annabelle, 414 Magnolia S+., S+ock+on-
Rossi, Ray, 905 Jefferson S+., Napa
Rofsch, Gene, 628 S. Washingfon Ave., Whi++ier, Calif.
Rofhschild, William, 1990 8+h Ave., San Francisco
Ramsay, Wm., 660 Bris+ol Ave., Sfockfon
Raunfree, L., 520 N. Suffer S+., S+ock+on-183
Rudebaugh, Alice, 102 W. Maple S+., S+ock+on-
Ruoff, Leonard, Sonora, Calif.
Rusk, Blanche, Ferndale, Calif.
Rufherford, Sfanley, 725 Sulphur Spring Rd., Vallejo-100
Ryder, Wenona, Rockridge Blvd., Oakland-176
Sack, Dorfhy, Piedmon+, Calif.-167
Sales, Richard, 2372 E. Markef S+., S+ock+on
Sandman, George, 1334 N. E1 Dorado S+., S+ock+on
Sanderson, G. H., 900 Bris+ol Ave., S+ock+on
Sanguieneffi, Gladys, R+. 3, Box 338, Lodi-160, 199
Sapiro, Herman, Acacia S+., S+ock+on- P
Saafhoff, Vernon, R+. 4, Box 698, S+ock+on
Sabisfon, Douglas, 2246 Kensing+on Way, S+ock+on
Sage, Marjorie, 305 Earl Ave., Roseville-94, 168
Sala, Marie, 2130 N. Commerce S+., S+ock+on-88
Sandrock, Claire, 212 Pleasanf S+., Roseville
Saunders, Cafherine-188, 199
Sawyer, Beffy, R+. I, Box 379, Merced
Sawyer, Minnie, Waferford, Calif.-
Sayers, John, 149 E. 22nd S+., Merced
Schad, Muriel, Concord, Calif.
Schedler, Bill, 139 Hill Cresf Rd., Berkeley-41, 86, 98, 168
Schmidf, Vernon, Orland, Calif.-58, 100, 168, 176
Schwing, Charorlhfe, 2553 E. Main S+., S+ock+on-
176, 185, 199
Schooling, Jean, Red Bluff-168
Scobbe, Adele, 1323 67+h S+., Berkeley
Scoff, Lucien, 122 S. K S+., Madera, Calif.-100, 197
Sco++, Gladys, 1420 N. Monroe S+., S+ock+on
Sco++, William, 502 22nd Ave., San Francisco-64, 98
Seagraves, Kafhleen, 100 Knoles Way, S+ock+on
Sears, Nevada, 2615 Sunsef Ave., Bakersfield
Seavers, Pafricia, 1527 Su++er,Va11eio-91, 102, 160, 193
Sewell, Duane, 418 W. Pine, Lodi-96, 160, 180, 189
Shalian, Esfher, 1426 N. Edison, S+ock+on
Shane, S+an, 558 Radnor Rd., Oakland--78, 176
Shaw, Cora Lee, Gardnerville, Nev.-92
Shaw, Dixie Lee, 1536 Poplar Ave., Oakland
Shaw, Mae, 151 Euclid, S+ock+on
Shepard, Elinor, 534 W. Oak, S+ock+on-94, 161
Shor+, Eugene, 119 W. Magnolia S+., S+ock+on
Shor+, Virginia, 140 E. Willow S+., S+ock+on-186
Shrodes, Caroline, 1333 N. Hun+er S+., S+ock+on
Sibbilf, Frank, 201 1 Broadway S+., San Francisco
Seiferf, Emil, Dixon, Calif.
Simonsin, Lillian, 6102 E. 17+h S+., Oakland
Sinclair, Reba, Placerville. Calif.-161, 183, 193, 197
Siler, Louana, 918 Four+h S+., Corning, Calif.-94
Silva, Roberf, 1522 Lincoln Ave., Alameda-80 '
Silvy, Tom, 710 W. Poplar S+., S+ock+on
Simpson, Vic+or, R+. 2, Box 1498, S+ock+on-82
Simpson, June, Oroville, Calif.
Singlefon, Ardis, 1315 W. Poplar S+., S+ock+on-
168, 185, 199
Singlefon, John, 501 4+h S+., Pefaluma-74, 75
Ar+hur, 4170 Redding S+., Oakland
Be++y Anne, 1660 W. Willow S+., S+ock+on-94, 161
Bonnie, 275 38+h S+., Oakland--15, 42, 88, 176, 187
Eloise, 705 W. Flora S+., S+ock+on-17, 90, 176, 187
Earl, 5836 Clover Dr., Oakland-80
David, 1235 W. Vine S+., S+ock+on--96, 161, 189
Char1o++e, 512 Myrfle, Modes+o-
Jane, 2701 Dwighf Way, S+ock+on
Josephine, 86 N. Monferey, S+ock+on
Randolph, 1235 W. Vine S+., S+ock+on-176
Rufh, 153 Knoles Way, S+ock+on
Sam, 1202 Cour+ S+., Reading, Calif.
Sommers, Nadine, 2602 Craffon Way, S+ock+on-88
Smi+h, Talberf, 1530 Gibbons Dr., Alameda-85
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R. L. EBERHARDT J. F. McCLORY
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D I T R
Members o+ 'Pacific S+uden+ Associa+ion, and FacuI+y of +he College of Pacific and
S+ock+on Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference +o Pic+ures.
Smi+h, Rhys, Man+eca-98
SpaI+ehoIz, CharIo++e, I25 Knoles Way, S+ock+on
Spaulding, Ed, 860 32nd S+., Richmond-64
Spaulding, Gordon, 239 Dorris Place, S+ock+on
Spencer, Virginia, I4-O W. Alder, S+ock+on-88
Spind+, Herman, 2639 Piedmon+, Berkeley
Sprague, Irvine, I444 N. Baker S+., S+ock+on-I3, I00,I68
Sprague, June, I444 N. Baker S+., S+ock+on-92
Spuller, Mariam, Dixon-IO. I04, I6I
Squires, Adrian, Ea+on Ave., Redwood Ci+y
S+. Pe+er, S+a'n+on, I405 N. Madison S+., S+ock+on-
S+agg, Amos Alonzo, I27 Euclid Ave., S+ock+on-3I
S+apIes, Howard, 2I9 Boni+a Ave., Piedmon+
S+an+ord, E. E., 236 Knoles Way
S+abIer, Phyllis, I4I6 Wes+ S+., Reading-IO, I87
S+acy, Ray, I66I W. Poplar S+., S+ock+on-78
S+ark, E+hel, I I23 Florida S+., Vallejo-94
S+ark, Rober+, II23 Florida S+., Vallejo-98, I68
S+ebbins, Richard, 3I9 Boni+a Ave., Piedmon+-IOO
S+einhauser, F. P., 244 Knoles Way
S+evenson, Chresley, I29 Bissie S+., Tracy-IOO
S+ewar+, Barbara, Livings+on, Calif.-24, I07, I6l
S+ewar+, Ted, I I8 Oregon S+., Yreka-98
S+ein, Hans, I02O N. Monroe S+., S+ock+on-IO4, I64, I68
S+ockard, Caswell, Ripon, CaIi+.--I77
S+ocking, Kenne+h, I436 N. Commerce S+., S+ock+on-62, 64
S+oI+z, John, 700 Cos+a Rica, San Ma+eo-IOO
S+one, Be++y Rae, Ci+y Recrea+ion Dep+., S+ock+on
S+o'ne, Karl, 2I4O Los Angeles Ave., Berkeley
S+one, William, 589 Jean S+., Oakland 8
S+orneI'+a, Francis, Ben+wood-I06 '
S+rader, Rosemary, 6OI Blackwood Ave., Sacramen+o-
S+ra++on, Maryella, I843 N. Hun+er S+., S+ock+on
S+rike, Lucile, I I6 N. Cen+er S+., S+ock+on-I6I
S+ringer, Gordon, R+. I, Box 35I, Livings+on
Sfrong, Jean, IO40 S. San Joaquin S+., S+ock+on-
S+rou+, Roger, I409 E. Harding Way, S+ock+on
Swanson, Bessie, R+. 3, Box 334, Visalia, Calif.
Sullivan, Donald, 7400 AI+ura Rd., Oakland-
Swager+y, Clem, Milpi+as, CaIi+.-67, 98, I6I, I82
Swager+y, Darrell, Milpi+as, CaIi+.
Swager+y, Floyd, Milpi+as, Calif.-96, I68
Swe++, Les+er, 4I I Lexing+on Ave., S+ock+on
Swi+zer, Jane, I35I Arch S+., Berkeley-92
Takagishi, Sam, 95 Euclid Ave., S+ock+on-I6I
Tanner, Glen, 27333 IO+h, Sacramen+o-I68, I97
Ta++en, Clair, 329 E. Cleveland, S+ock+on
Taylor, Elizabe+h, R+. 2, Box 254, San+a Paula, CaIi+.-IO7
Taylor, Paul E. Carmel, Calif.
Temby, Barbara, I829 EIizabe+h Ave., S+ock+on
Tener, Be++y, I32 W. Vine S+., S+ock+on
Tener, Jack, I32 W. Vine S+.. S+ock+on
Terry, Deane, I850 Sacramen+o S+., San Francisco
Thompson, Boyd, 208 Knoles Way, S+ock+on-4I, 78, 98
Thompson, Marian, 2I Lake Ave., Piedmoni'
Throssel, Boyd, lone, Calif.
Ticoula+, Irene, I04I I'Iuber+ Rd., Oakland-92
Tilsen, Jere, Trona, Calif-76. I68
Theil, John, 422 Pacific Ave., Piedmon+
Thies, Carolyn, I295 Sunny Hills Rd., Oakland
Thode, Rober+, 5372 Belgrave. Oakland-78, 98
Thorn+on, Joe, 745 N. Sierra Nevada S+., S+ock+on-
TiI+on, Virgina, 294l 75+h Ave.. Oakland
Tinem, Marion, 226 S. Van Buren S+., S+ock+on
Ti+hering+on, Naidor, l32I S. American S+., S+ock+on-
Todd, Rober+, I895 Jackson S+., San Francisco-IOO, l62
Tomi+a, Toshige, R+. 6, Box 272, S+ock+on-I77, I85
Toms, Nancy, 255 Knoles Way, S+ock+on
Toms, Rober+, I22 N. Su++er S+., S+ock+on
Tomasini, George, Suisun, Calif.-76, 78, 96, I5O, l62, I82
Toomay, John, Wacco, Calif.-73, 74, 82
To++, Margare+, 249 Cherrywood Ave., San Leandro
Tovani, Harry, I728 Lucerne, S+ock+on-78, IOO
Townsend, Be+h, 64I S. 6+h, San Jose-I77
Towsley, Rober+, Jackson, CaIi+.-82, 83
Traber+, Margare+, 454 W. Mon+erey, S+ock+on
Traphagen, Wilford, 836 W. Mon+erey, S+ock+on-
Travaille, John, 802 E. Weber Ave., S+ock+on-
Tremain, Harry, I I38 S. G-ran+ S+., S+ock+on
Trevarrow, Rosalie, I25 San Anselma Ave., San Francisco-
Trobbe, AI, 29I Yerba Buena Ave., San Francisco
Trielsson, Ber+on, I6I7 S. S+anisIaus S+., S+ock+on
Tsu+ain, Eruko, 7 Barnhar+ Trac+, S+ock+on
Tudor, Joe, 3837 Balfour, Oakland-98, I03, I62
Tullock, Jack, Oakdale, Cali+.-6I, 78, 98, I62, I82
Tu++Ie, Bernis, 5I4 Mon+erey S+., Chowchilla
Tresize, AIber+, I443 W. Elm S+., S+ock+on-8I, 98, I82
Udden, Ru+h, 325 Doran+es Ave., San Francisco-90, I87
Ulrey, Dick, I827 EIizabe+h Ave., S+ock+on
Umipeg, Marcello, Makawih, Kauia, T. H.-79, 8I, I84
U+1, Hazel, Wes+wood, Calif.-I77
Vance, Duane, I509 Lucerne Ave., S+ock+on
Van Loben Sels, Ingeborg, 2684 N. Beachwood Dr.,
I-Iollywood-I6, I62, I8O, I92, I99
Vannuccini, L. J., IOIO W. Vine S+., S+ock+on
Ven+re, Lois Mae, I224 E. Pincho+, S+ock+on-
94, 95, IO2, I62, I83
Vaughan, S+anIey, 349 E. Wyando++e S+., S+ock+on-96, I82
Vieira, Douglas, 632E I2+h S+., Pi++sburg
Vierra, John, R+. I, Box 240, La+hrop-64, IOO, I77
Villarruz, Bill, Philippine Islands-I84
Vaw+er, EIizabe+h, 585l Chabo+ C+., Oakland
Voorhees, Mercei+a, Oakdale, CaIi+.-90, I77
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but it is also true that a tremendous preference has been shown for the
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D I R E T R Y
Members of Pacific Sfuclenf Associafion, and Faculfy of The College of Pacific and
Sfockfon Junior College, Their Addresses, and Page Number Reference fo Picfures.
Wallace, Gul, Rf. I, Box 233, Lodi-IOO
Waldie, George, 720 Mandana Blvd., Oakland
Waldo, Allen, I335 N. Van Buren, Sfockfon
Walker, Jerrold, Rf. 5, Box 56, Sfockfon-I3
Walfer, Muerl. Pocafello, Ida.-88
Ward, Grace, I65 Knoles Way, Sfockfon
Ward, Clinfon, 52I Sanfa Clara, Alameda-
98, I08, I68
Ward, Leonard, I06 6fh S+., Anfioch
Ward, Margaref, 2398 Pacific Ave.. San Francisco
Weins, Adina. I30 Linden Sf., Sfockfon
Weinsfein, Adelaide, IOI7 N. Yosemife, Sfockfon-
Welch, Herberf, 40 W. Fulfon Ave., Sfockfon .
Welfon, Henry, I5I Knoles Way, Sfockfon
Wenfz, I I20 W. Acacia Sf., Sfockfon-
Werner, G. A., I35 Knoles Way, Sfockfon-I25
Wescoff, Delberf, I I I 23rd Sf., Merced, Calif.-
Wesf, Glen, 823 W. Lodi Ave., Lodi-96
Wesf, Weldon, I03O N. EI Dorado Sf., Sfockfon-I89
Wheeler, Delberf. I4I9 California S+., Redding-I04
Wheeler, Lois, I444 N. EI Dorado Sf., Sfockfon-I35
Wherry, Rosemary, 246 Laurel ST., San Francisco-88
Whifehead, Lewis, I84 Van Ness Ave., Sanfa Cruz
Whife. G., 88 Sfadium Dr., Sfockfon
Whife, Suzanne, 330 King ST., Sanfa Cruz-88
Whiflock, Mary Joyce, I9 Sforey Sf., Sanfa Cruz-92
Whifman, Barbara, I20 W. Euclid Ave., Sfockfon
Wieberfs, Jean, Pine Sf., Ivlarfinez-I77
Windmiller, Louis, 459 Bedford Rd., Sfockfon-I23
Wood, Charles, I5I2 I3Th Sf., Sacramenfo-IOO
Wood, Georgianna, I5I2 I3fh ST., Oakland-I79
Woodruff, Jeane, 845 N. Yosemife Sf., Sfockfon-
Woodruff, Lois, Concord, Calif.
Woodruff, Tom, 845 N. Yosemife ST., Sfockfon-I3
Workman, William, Pacific Grove, Calif.-I I, I4, I68
Weigarf, Mae, 225 W. Fulfon. Sfockfon-42
Wrighf, Beverly, I2I5 Escobar Sf., Marfinez-
Widell, Doris, IO Lincoln Sf., Placerville
Wilbur, Clair, 200I N. Cenfer Sf., Sfockfon
Willan, Eugene, I37 W. Elm-Sf., Sfockfon-I68
Homas, William, I6 Wesf Oak Sf., Lodi
Wilkinson, Georgia, I27 Elm Sf., San Mafeo
Williams, Francis, 555 E. California Blvd., Onfario, Calif.-78
Douglas, 440 E. Sonoma Ave., Sfockfon-I62, I77
Elizabefh, lI4I Willow Sf., Sfockfon-I85
James, I2I S. Suffer S+., Sfockfon
Lucille, 20 E. Acacia Sf., Sfockfon-
Mary, 629 Oakland Ave., Oakland
Wirfh, Virginia, I336 E. Acacia S+., Sfockfon-
Wolcoff, Fred, 2007 H Sf., Modesfo
Wong, Roberf, 343 W. Anderson Sf., Sfockfon-78
Yamaguchi, Afsuno, I707 W. Rose Sf., Sfockfon-I62
Yafes, Lansing, I20 Juanifa Way, San Francisco-98
Young, Roberffa, Rf. 6, Box I35, Sfockfon-I77, I99
Young, W. G., I44 Euclid Ave., Sfockfon
Zeifer, Joseph, 937 Beafrice Ave., Sfockfon
Ziock, Jack, 9lI Larkspur Rd., Oakland
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STEELE. WILLIAM BRIGGS
HULL, CARRIE BELL IVORY
SEARS, MABEL URMY
DIXON, FANNIE WING
MRS. ROLLA V. WATT
MR. W. C. ANDERSON
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