University of the Pacific - Naranjado Yearbook (Stockton, CA)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 216 of the 1950 volume:
nvade Our Town
To Boost LeBaron
Caravan of 96 Automobiles
Storms Nqgwspaper Offices!
aronutes Invade The News Office
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F ' av TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8 l949
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the eollege of the paezfze and stoeleton eollege
earolgn young, editor . . . art venable, business m nage
"The success of 'rhe Siudem' Sladium Drive is ihe deiermining faclor in assuring us l'ha+
lhe 49-50 Federaied Sludenis will go down in hisfory as one of ihe finesf sfudenl'
bodies in lhe one hundred years of 'rhe College of fhe Pacific."
These words by Pacil'ic's Presidenl' Roberl' Burns 'iillingly climaxed a greal' year of spon-
faneous spirif and endeavor by a sfudeni body ihaf liferally lified iis school oul' of a
small school sialus fo nalional recogniiion.
H' was a kind of spirif 'lhai led io an unescorled IO0-car caravan of 500 sludenls in a
l60-mile round +rip +o The Bay Area newspapers demanding recognilion for +heir school
and all-American candidafe Eddie LeBaron. ll' was 'l'ha'l kind of spiril' which broughl'
'rhe caravan 'rrip honor and preslige for +he organizaiion and enfhusiasm 'lhal marked
if one of 'ihe fines? s'ruden'l demonsrraiions in collegiale hislory. lf was 'rhal' kind of
endeavor i'ha+ slimulaled lhe same s+uden+ body +o ioin 'lhe Sludeni Siadium Scrip
Drive and 'rurn a cily upside down in 'rheir eFfor+s 'io raise 23,000 dollars and siimulaie
a lale ci'ry fund drive 'ro a successful conclusion in meeiing a financial goal for a new
45,000 sealing capacify sladium.
lf was +ha+ kind of spirii 'lhaf kepl lhe year alive and produciive and gave 'Fu+ure slu-
denf bodies a high level of achievemenl 'lo aim for. H is 'rhal kind of spirif fhal' will be
laken from 'lhis campus by 'lhe school's largesl' graduaiing body and broughi oul +o
lheir respeclive communifies lo be channeled inl'o conslruclive parlicipalion.
H is precisely 'lhai infangible spirii 'rhal manifesls iiself on ihe Pacific campus 'lhal
places C.O.P. in a high niche wiih ihe nafion's academic gianls.
The name of our college doesn'l have 'lo pale under ihe mighly shadows of -the leading
universilies. For we have someihing lhal cannol' be erased, someihing fha? is growing
sfronger every momenl. I+ is +ha'r inlangible force 'lhal breeds principles and slandards
which, in 'l'urn gives birih +o sirong conscieniious communily ciiizenship. I+ is lhaf 'force
which slimulales a heal+hier environment menlal and physical, for ourselves and 'iufure
Whal' good is all our advanced academic knowledge when such a force which combais
lhings like bigoiry, infolerance, and greed is very much lacking in our presenl day
ln our eagerness 'lo grab for a degree 'lhal places us aufomaiically in a higher social
level, loo many siudenis and colleges neglecf +o emphasize ceriain basic qualifies of
characfer which will wilhsiand weak and warped principles and sfandards defrimenlal
'io +he welfare of a communily, a people, a nalion. Weak are 'lhe filles of Engineer.
Lawyer, Scieniisf, wi'rhou+ such sfandards as a foundalion 'ro build on.
Pacific can 'rake pride fha? such a foundalion is l'he very essence of i'rs lhinking and +he
very core of ils 'I'eaching.
ll' has inslilled wilhin ils s'luden'rs fhe belief of responsible cilizenship and consiruciive
leadership and lhus has done service fo i'ls charges, ils couniry, and fulure generalions.
ln doing fhis our school s+ands sfrong and firm wilh lhe many universilies of unlimifed
'Facililies and facels of inielligence. For here moral obligalions and spirifed ciiizenship is.
given lo +he liHle man of American main sfreeis, 'ro be used in ihe forging of a will of
'rheir own: 'lhoughfs of 'lheir own, ideas of lheir own and noi +0 be relegaled fo puppel-
Paciiicl Remember whal' if slood for --- i+'s your schooll DAVE GERBER
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Dr. Burke W. Bradley Dr. Leon P. Minear
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Associaie Dean of Women
Mr. Phillip C. Garlingfon 'A' ,
Associafe Dean of Men
Dr. Tully C. Knoles Dr. Roberf E. Burns
LLEGE OF THE PACIFIC
Lloyd M. Befiholf, Ph.D.
Dean of flue College
O. I-l. Riiier, A.B. Lorraine Knoles, MA.
Execurive Vice-Presicleni and Coordinaior for College of ihe Pacific and
. Compiroller Siocldon College
J. Marc Janlzen, Pl1.D.
Dean of 'rhe School of Eclucaiion,
Dean of fhe Summer Session
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Fred L. Farley, Ph.D.
Dean of Graduaie Sfudies
Ellen L. Deering
Ellioii J. Taylor
Direcfor of Admission,
Direcior of Placemeni
College of the Pacific Department Chairmen
George H. Collivar. Ped.D. Richard H. Reynolds, M.A. Harold S'ranleyJacoby, Ph.D.
Bible and Religious Ecluc. Ari Sociology
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Home Economics English and Journalism Chemisfry
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Modern Languages Maihemafics
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Hisfory and Poliiical Science
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Fred L. Farley, Ph.D.
Fred J. Clarlc, A.M.
J. Marc Janlzen, Ph.D.
Educafion and Psychology
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Administrative Directors for Stockton College
Jerome T. Light Ed.D. Reuel L. Pick, Ed.D.
Louis L. Windmiller, A.M.
Dean of Curriculum and Guidance Aciing Direcfor of Counseling
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Alber1'G. Sharpe. M.A. Kafhleen L. Seagraves, M.A.
Direcfor of Tesfing Direcfor of Occupafional Services
Stockton College Division Chairmen and
0ther Administrative 0ffieers
Allan R. Laursen, A,M.L.S. John W. Adamson, A.B.
Llhrarlan Dlractor of Puhllclty
Ralph Wentz. M.S
Dlv. Chmn.. Business Education
Harry B. Lenz Allan W.Walclo.Ph.D.
Coordlnator of Athletics Div. Chmn., Natural Science
lrving Goleman, A.M.
Dlv. Chmn.. Arts and Letters
Charles Trowbridge. M.A. A. Douglas Blim, M.A
Sub-Chmn., Physlcal Education Placement and Work Exllerlenca
In Business Educatlon
John H. Carmichael, M.S.
Student Govarnment Flnanclal Aldo
Earl R. Jackson, A.M.
Asst. Dlv. Chmn, oi Athletics
Elizabeth Malson, M.S
Asst. Dlv. Chmn.. Physical Educ.
Franlc J acobs, B.S.
Placement and Work Exnerlence
In Vocational Educatlon
Charles M. Guss. M.A.
Asst. Dlv. Chmn., Arts and Letters
Eleanor M. Cole, MA.
Sub-Chmn., Physical Education
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Asst. Dlv.Chmn.. Vocational Educ.
William K. Anftila. M.A
Actlnn Asst. Dlv. Chmn,
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Seaiecl fleff io righfl Sianding ileff 'io riglmi,
Doclee Shannon Kane Harry Kane
Social Chairman, Unii ll Senior Class Presidenf
Dan Naloli Alice Bell
Commissioner of Organizafions. Unif Ill
Mary Lue Slwanley Frances Colliver
Commissioner of Drives, Unii lll Secreiary, Unif lll
Joyce Brooks Pai Rohbourg
Social Chairman, Unii' lll
Dean Tyrell Mary Ann Ferguson
Director, Unii ll A.W.S. Represenfafive
Nancy Bailey Dave Gerber
Secrefary, Unit ll Publicefion Commissioner
Bill Cunningham Monroe Hess
Finance Commissioner, Unii lll Direcfor, Unii III
BrilSmi'l'l1 Dean Garlingion
Finance Commissioner, Unii ll Associafe Dean of Men
Bob Warren Mori Green
Sfucleni' Affairs Commissioner, Uni+ 2 Yell Leader
Lloyd Sankowich Dean Belz
Commissioner of Organizafions, Unif ll Dean of Men '
Jean Sosniclc Dean Monroe
Freshman Class Presideni Dean of Women
Sfucleni' Aiieirs Commissioner, Unii lll
Associafe Dean of Women
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Junior Class Presideni
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'Mo' l-less, rhis year's presidenl of The College of The Pacific - Sloclcron College Federa'red S+uden+s Associalion, engages in a
variely of exrra-curricular acrivilies as piclurecl above. A man who can 'roorle on a lrombone, guzzle a+ Jrhe End Zone, sneak a
loolc al Esquire, be 'lcind' To lr-alernily pledges, and be a lraclc slar doesn'+ always lil as lhe serious head of a sludenl' body ol
over 3000. 'Mo' did 'lhis so well ihal he yearned a place in Jrhe All-College Who's Who and membership in 'rhe Senior Men's Hon-
orary Socief . A philosophy major from San Francisco, he quided +he Senale smoofhly Jrhrough 'rhe difficulf raslc of se+'rinq up
'rhe new sluclenl organizalion for nexf Jrerm. Oh, yes, he is lisfed on 'rhe rolls of Alpha Kappa Phi and College of 'rhe Pacific as
Monroe l-less, noi' Moses or lvloriarly.
Associated Women Students
The Associalecl Women S'ruden'rs is run by and for all +l'1e
women al-lending College of flwe Pacific ancl Sloclcfon Col-
lege. The main purpose Is 'ro promole behler feeling
among campus women and build a brighler college
SOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS BANQUET
K N O L E N S
Senior Women's Honorary
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Whal is college wilhoul fhe old Rah, Rah slullf?
Our "Splri+ Promo'rers" were righf on fhe job +0
cheer LeBaron and Company in 'rheir phenomenal
season. We had everylhing buf a drum majoreffe.
Bul even C.O.P. can'+ have everylhing. yef, lhal is.
Rally Commissioner Bolo McLaughlin
Yell Leaders l-l. Kuflner, M. Slroh, R. KuHner Rally Commlllee
Song Leaders Jane Haskell, Suzanne Thorpe, 'Andy' Anderson, Wanda Rineharf
Mary Bell Taylor
Tuesday Chapel Commillee
Throughoul lhe year The Tuesday and Sunday
Chapel groups have worked conlinuously lo
bring loeauly 'lo Morris Chapel services. Their
conslanf elzforl has been lo presenr services
suilable 'lo all denominalions and creeds.
Sunday Chapel Cornmiffee
Who 'S Who in American Colleges
Marcia Lou Brown Peie Devanis Mary Ann Ferguson
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Bob McConnell Rex Mull
Mary Lou Crump
Mary Lou Dearing
Marcopolus. E. Pedroffi, M.
Miller, S. Peiersen, W.
Miniaci, J. Poulin. B.
Mifchell, N. Prince. C.
Murphy, D. Richardson, B.
Nauman. E. Rose, J.
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Arfhur, S. Bandelon, T. Benard, R.
Afweder. L. Baf'ren, K. Blakely, R.
Avale, T. Bell, A. Beauchamp, H.
Awe, S. Bell. D. Bobson. E.
Badaracco, J. BenneH. J. Borror, E.
Boschee, E. Buck, H.
Boyd, J. Cha. C.
Bravo, C. Chrisfensen, T
Brown, B. Church, M.
Brown, J. Clarke, R.
Brown, M. Collins, R.
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Diefrich, W. Edison. M. Finch, P.
Douglas. L. Egan, T. Freeman. D.
Drew, P. Evans, W. Frey. P.
Drigqs, D. Fannon, W. Fulcher, M.
Duncan, J. Ferrill. J. Furquson, M.
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Jefford, W. Kane, H. Klein, E. Lemke, J. Lowe, D.
Johnson, B. Kaneko, J. LaMar, J. Liffle, M. Lush L.
Johnson, D. Keck, M. Lapachef, J. ' Liminq, D. Lyon, E.
Johnson, V. Kenf, M. Law, G. Livingsfon, J. Mcflandless, J.
Johnsfon, W. Kiesz, W. Lee, K. Lonergan, K. McConnell, B.
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Cunningham. G, Flaningam. S. Hoar. H.
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Kreis. J. Miller, M. PiH'man. R. SchaFFer. K.
Lee, A. Moore, G. Ritchey, J. Scheuner, M
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Delfa Mu Era
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Senior Men's Honorary
Pacific Clnapier insrallecl on
April Zlsi, wiilw
Dean Beiz iniiiared as
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I2 srudenrs as
Bob McConnell receives
Blue Key Chaprer Charrer
from Mr. Beverly Barneii
of LOS Angeles.
The onlookers, lefi io riglwr, are
Bruce Orvis, Joe Rhin,
Dean Beiz and Harry Kane.
All-College Honor Socieiy
Phi Mu Alpha
Mu Phi Epsilon
Mixed Glee Club
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Red Cross Membership
Blood Donalrion Drives
arcia Lou Brown --- Theafre Tim Brown --- Conservafory
Frank Wolfe --- Ari Depf., Debafe, Weekly, Radio
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Sir Reber? Morlon
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ler of Thela Alpha Phi, Nalional Dramalic Fralernily
The Slory of rhe Case...
I+ is based on one of the mosr famous rrials of modern limes. This rrial, slemming from
an incidenl which in irseli seemed relalively unimporranr, soon developed info a spec-
lacular and significani slruggle on lhe oulcome of which cerlain fundamenlal principles
of democracy were al' issue. A pleasanl young English boy, on seemingly conclusive
evidence, was discharged from an English Governmenl school. The boy's farher, be-
lieving implicilly in lhe youlh's denial of guill, slarls To invesligale lhe procedure by
which lhe lad was allegedly deprived of his righls as an individual. The faiher puls 'lhe
case inlo lhe hands of an eminenl lawyer who considers lhe issues involved iusl as im-
porlanl as does 'rhe plainlill.
ST. in order ofappearance
- 'Rob Dickerson
- Belle Gall
- Alice Call
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Box Office Manager
De Marcus Brown
Assisfam' Slage Managers
Elecirician - - -
- - - Beverly Wallers and Paul Viergge
Assislani Eleclricians - John Madrid and Roger Wiesl
Sound - - - - - George Barreff
Properfy Manager ---- 'George Hall
Assisi. Prop. Mgrs. - Don Kampe and Richard Moody
Wardrobe - V Darlene Wise, Dolores Yescas.
and Carla Tourlilloh'
Librarians - - Janel Thienes and Jana Wheeler
' Denores membership in 'rhe California Gamma Chap-
ier oi Theia Alpha Phi. Nalional Dramafic Fralernily
Shadow and Substance
The play deals wilh +he Cafholic Church in Ireland. Irs 'rheme lies in lhe ramiiicaiion of
faiih 'rhat for all iis sinceriiy, has drified from i'rs deepesi' moorings, and lhe manner
in which a irue, sleadfasr, innoceni, and unselfish believer, a young girl, brings The
conieniious oihers baclc lo lirsl principles. The role of The young girl, a liH'le carelalcer
in lhe house of 'rhe canon, is here flavored wilh such finesse of spiril and resirained
genrilify ihair she is awarded The privilege of seeing lhe Sainl Brigid.
T H E S T A F F a n d C R E W
Direclor -4---- - De Marcus Brown
Technical Direclor - Anlhony Reid
Business Manager 'Rob Dickerson
Box Olihce Manager 'Chuck Holsf
Sei Designed by 'William Slrom
Sfage Manager - - Sherwood Goozee
Elecfrician - - Charles Hess
Assisfanl Eleclrician - - Jaclc Jones
Properly Manager - - - Don Krarnpe
Assisfanf Properly Manager ------ Ronnie Hull
Wardrobe - .... Darlene Wise and Dolores Yescas
Denoies membership in fha California Gamma Chap-
ier of Theta Alpha Phi, Nafional Dramalic Frafernily
THE CAST...in order of appearance '
Brigid ----- 'Marcia Lou Brown
Demo? Francis O'Flingsley - 'Glen Huling
Tomasina Concannon - 'Penny Filzgerald
Fafher Corr - - - Paul J. Vieregge
Falher Kirwin - - - - Frank Smiih
Miss Kaly Cooney - - - Joanne Bernard
Very Rev. Thomas Cannon Slcerriff - Thomas Rosqui
Marfin Mullahone ---A 'George Hall
Rosey Viola? ---- Virginia 'Graham
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fer of Thefa Alpha Phi, Naiional Dramafic Frafernily
The characler of Thelirsl Roman diclalor has been lascinaling lo wrilers and play-
wrighls from Plularch 'ro Thorron Wilder - from Shakespeare lo George Bernard Shaw.
The inlerprelalions of his life have been many and varied wilhoul in any way losing lhe
essenlial lascinafion of fhe man. ln Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," however, 'che mosl
inleresling and slrongesl characler is lhal' of Brulus - misguided buf sincere - idealis-
l'ic bul lreacherous-lhe loving execulioner. His is 'rhe 'rragedy of lhe man who slew
a dragon lesl il' harm his people and found, lo his dismay and sorrow, a grearer dragon
rising in ils place. The benevolenl diclalor, Caesar, is supplanled by fhe inlinirely more
dangerous Oclavius, Anlony, and Le idus, who speedily pul down l'he rebellion and
incidenially, paved lhe way for 'rhe clealh of 'rhe Republic and a long line of Roman
THE STAFF and CREW
Dlreclor ------- - - De Marcus Brown
Technical Direcfor -
Business Manager -
Box Olilice Manager
Sfage Manager - -
Assisfanf Srage Manager
Eleclrician 1 - -
Assislanf Elaclricians -
Properly Manager -
Wardrobe - - -
Wardrobe Assislanfs -
Librarian - - -'
Music Background -
' Rob Dickerson
- 'Bill Sfrom
Marcia Lou Brown. Paul J, Vieregge, Pal Malloy
- Dolores Yescas, Barbara Blaue
' Mariha Pierce
Denoles membership in 'rhe California Gamma Chap-
ler of Theta Alpha Phi, Nafional Dramaiic Frafernify
Flavius - -
Marullus - -
Julius Caesar -
Casfa - -
Lucius - -
Decius Brulus -
Porfia - -
Ligarius - -
Servanf 'ro Caesar
Publius - -
Popilius - -
Servanf lo Anfony
Servanf lo Oclavius
Lepidus - -
Sfrafo - -
- Jack Jones
- Harry Hursi'
- Bob Wasson
- Max Huber
Paul J. Vieregge
- John Crefan
- Frank Smifh
James La Mar
- Bellie Gall
- Jack Jones
- Ronnie Hull
Paul J. Vieregge
- Arnold Evans
V Max Huber
- Jack Jones
- Frank Smilh
- Ed Davies
Senalors, Citizens and Olhers
Roger Wiesr. Don Krarnpe, Herb Allen.
Bob Durham. Darrell Husum
' Denoies membership in lhe California Gamma Chap-
fer of Thela Alpha Phi. Narional Dramalic Fraiernify
THE CAST.. IH
Eldon Berry -
Shade Sfokes -
Mamie Cooley -
Ruie Thomas -
Prim STokes -
Tinker SmiTh -
Tobias J. Everheel
Marlha Meers -
Granpaw Berry -
Calhoun Berry -
Jeb Berry -
Ransome Berry -
Eva Friese - -
Prudence Berry - -
SeTTlers and oThers
der oT appearance
- Darlene Wise
- Barbara Blaue
- - Ronnie l-lull
'Marcia Lou Brown
- ' Rob Dickerson
- Thomas Rosqui
- John Poulos
T' Penny FiTzgerald
- Molly Levine
- Ronald Pilegard
- George Nunn
- Max l-luber
- Francis Lane
- - 'Barbara Rowley
- - Gin GraTTone, PaT McNabb. RoberT O'l'-lare
' DenoTes membership in The California Gamma Chap-
Ter of Theia Alpha Phi, NaTional Dramafic FraTerniTy
THE STAFF and CREW
Direcfor - - -
Business Manager -
Box OlTice Manager -
STage Manager - -
Assisfanf Sfage Manager
ElecTrician - - -
AssisTanT Eledrician -
ProperTy Manager -
AssisTanT Pro erT Mana er
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Wardrobe - - -
Librarian - - -
- Anihony Reid
- Edi+h Moore
- 'Bill STrorn
- Max Huber
- Darlene Wise
- ATha Haywood
AssisTanT Librarian ----- Gin GraTTone
Music Background ----- Marion Cramer
' DenoTes membership in The California Gamma Chap-
Ter oi TheTa Alpha Phi, NaTional DramaTic FraTerniTy
An original Toll: comedy wiTh music, "Green Valley" is The TirsT play OT
a young drama Teacher, Frank WaTron. SeT in The CenTral Valley of
CaliTornia, The playideals wiTh The Tarcial and TanTasTic eTiorTs OT
Eldon, The cenTral characTer, To refain The incredibly lush and TerTile
valley leTT To him by his ancesTors, The original seTTlers oi The area.
ln addiTion To his eTforTs To Toil a Tenacious, land-grabbing promoTer,
Eldon has To cope wiTh Two very lovely ladies who are noT easily eluded,
Green Valley is Tull of humor which ranges Trom a warm rib-Tickler To
an uproarious belly laugh - a splendid beginning To whaT promises To
be a Tine playwriTing career.
l Pacific Studio entre
Scene from "The Sunken Bell"
Marcia Lou Brown
"THE BONDS OF INTEREST"
C A S T
Leander Don Robinson
Crispin - Jaclc W. Jones
The lnnlreeper - Pele Duncan
Servani - - Ronnie Hull
Harlequin - Fred Broolcs
The Caplain - Diclc Moodey
Dona Sirena Norma Niclcelman
Columbine Pal Gioilonini
Laura - - Babe Dix
Risela - - - Eileen Russel
Palichinelle - - - Max Huber
The Wife of Polichinelle Barbara Baglini
Silvia - - - Nancy Chapman
The Docfor -
The Sec reiary -
"THE SUNKEN BELL"
The Vicar -
The Barber -
Firsf Elf - -
Second Elf -
Third Elf -
- Don Robinson
- Jim LaMar
- Molly Levine
- Carolyn Reiss
- Ronnie l-lull
Clara May Duguay
- Eileen Russell
Scene from "The Bonds of ln+eres'r"
Scene from "The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife"
Jerry M ullin
Scene from "The FaTher"
"MAN WHO MARRIED A DUMB WlFE"
Giles Boiscourfier, Secretary
Alison. Bofal's Servanf -
The Chiclcweed Man - -
Masier Adam Fumee, Lalwyer
Masier Leonard Bolal, Judge
The Waiercress Man - -
The Candle Man - -
Cafherine, Bo+al's Wife -
A Blind Fiddler - - -
Masier Simon Colline. Doclor
Masier Jean Maugier, Surgeon
Firsl' Docl'or's Ailendeni -
Second Docior's Aifendani'
- Bobs Dix
- Ronnie Hull
- Roger Wiesf
- Bob Wasson
Masier Serafin Dulaurier, Apofhecary
Madame de Ia Bruine -
Her Page ----
Mademoiselle de la Garandiere
Her Page f---
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The Orderly -
The Pasior -
The Nurse - - -
Mofher-in-law lnoi seenl -
- Jean Hardie
- Eileen Russel
- David Ofis
' Rod Kling
' Ronnie Hull
- Max Huber
Scene from "The Cherry Orchard"
Paul J. Vieregge
"THE AFFAIRS OF ANATOLH
Analol - Al Comaslcy
Max Larry Berschied
Cora Jane McBride
Wailer Everelf Tavares
Anne Joanne Bernarkl
Valef - Bill Sibley
Ilona Caryl Heyde
"THE CHERRY ORCHARD"
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Barbara - -
Anya - -
Leonid Gayef -
Yasha - V
Tramp - -
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- John Crefan
- Jack Jones
- Babs Dix
- Eileen Russel
- Bill Sibley
- Ed Davies
- James LaMar
Scene from "The Affairs of Ana+ol"
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College of The Pacific
From modesT beginnings, KCVN, The College oT The PaciTic PM sTaTion, and KAEO, The AM "Campus STaTion," have grown
inTo The TinesT college radio seT-up in The wesT. Mr. John C. Crabbe, DirecTor oT Radio, is ouTsTanding in The commercial as
well as collegiaTe Tield, being The re-elecTed Chairman oT The WesTern Radio and Television Conierence, which includes The
commercial sTaTions oT The I I wesTern sTaTes. The Training given Through The acTual operaTion by sTudenTs OT boTh KCVN and
KAEO is recognized as The very besT in The wesT by all The naTional chains. KCVN's remoTe conTrol Truclc Tollows COP acTivi-
Ties everywhere in aThleTics, and This year wenT on The DeaTh Valley Tour. The hisToric broadcasT Trom Bad WaTer, lowesT poinT
in The WesTern Hemisphere, was heard as Tar away as SeaTTle. KAEO, The "Campus STaTion," is owned and operaTed by Radio
FraTerniTy AEC and serves all The campus living groups wiTh news, varieTy shows, music, dramas and special TeaTures. Jim
l-lodges, Senior Radio Major, is Manager oT KAEO.
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on KAEO, gives The feminine angle over in The weekly meeTings
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MEGACYCLES LI CHANNEL zur
Dick Claus giving ou+ from +he KCVN Remofe Confrol Truck John Poulos. Don Raichle. Gene Law. John Wiiherspoon. Dick
Claus, ancl Don Chamberlain geiiing sei' for "WHIRLPOOL,"
a regular dramaiic ieaiure on KAEO.
I I - II KCVN C I B d 'I I III "Even'r of 'rhe Week." regular KAEO feaiure, ready 'ro go wiih
E?OII?IrgIEJ EIj:1ZSIi2T.yiSiI,IOOIS. Oniro Oar io pup' 5 O e Bob Sieres, Daveivlcllonald, John Wiiherspoon, Ecl l-lun1', Dick
Nanceii, Dave Niles, Don Chamberlain and Phil Chalmers.
Rudy Jensen, Bob Sfereg and Gene Lew Jfelk ever Sgripf Wifh Jack Keifh and Gene Law working for crediis in 'rhe "End Zone."
Jen Shearer' KAEO Segrefary, Nice work when Barbara Barih and Carol Heyde furnish ihe
Ginger Prince Frank Valenline Enid Scovil Bill Smilh
Stockton College Art Department
College of the Pacific Art Center
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Wes Walson Margarel Pelerson Bob Clark Marcia Gilberl Donna
Travellmg Debafe Team
Our Top Debafers
Doris Riggs RexMuH
Pi Kappa Delfa, Honorary Forensic Fra+erni+y
Rex Mull, Pi Kappa Delfa Preside-n'r
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Frank Wolfe Ari Venable
Associafe Business Manager Business Manager
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Adminisfraiion Living Groups
Belly Nissen Vivian Sclwomberq Shirley Rhode Dollie Eafon
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Myra Kaulra Dick Hari' Dean Wendi Margaref Hayes Ann Mcifniry
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Marcia Lou Brown Tim Brown Sally Waddell Frank Wolfe Marilyn McCrum Jack Russell
Doris Johnson Lucky Toy
Assoc. Ari' Edifor Ari Edifor
F r a n Ic W o I I e
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3. Checking The spelling. The q
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4, A kabilzer heIpsI?l wiTh The
acTual wriTing of The sTory.
The Pacific Weekly may noT be The besT newspaper in The college world, buT
iT can legiTimaTely claim To be The mosT Tree. COP PresidenT Burns asked
To be quoTed as saying, "IT is The Tixed policy oT The adminisTraTion To allow
Tull freedom oT expression To The Weekly, even if iT opposes The acTions of
The adminisTraTion." On These Two pages is given a picTorial sTory oT how
The Weekly Tries To iusTiTy The conhdence oT The adminisTraTion by careTul
preparaTion of sTories and minuTe checking before publicaTion. From ori-
ginal assignmenT on Tuesday To final LinoType correcTions on Wednesday
every eTTorT is made To see ThaT a sTory as iT Tinally appears on Friday is
correci' TacTually, readable, and perTecT as To seT-up and general appear-
ance. Follow The gal reporTer Trom picTures I To IZ.
Doug Brodie, Fall EdiTor. The cares
oT oTTice seem To have IiTTIe eTTecT
5. All copy ediTors are born 6. l-low abouT The women s an
wiTh a scowl. "Try again and gle? ReporTer wenT To The
TighTen iT up." End Zone during This conTer
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Jack lF'a"jC'f3 SPf'n9.Ed'l0"- Fumble is no? spelled wilh
no edulorlallslng In hrs news 5 'phj
7. Reporler, forlifiecl by End 8. The galley proofs ge+ a go- ' 9. This sliclf needs a reselr and
Zone Coffee, pu+s if over ing over. Lasl chance for Thal head oughl' lo be in 24,
wilh fhe Edilor. correclions. , no+ l8.
1 Pacific Lccturc Scrics
Sponsored by ine Federaiecl Sludenls Associarion, iliis year's
College of 'l'l'16 Pacific Leclrure Series presenled a brillianr array
of speakers from five widely divergenl fields,
John W. Vandercoolc lLl wiilw l-lisiory Professor Eiselen
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Du Vall, Marilyn
Jue, Fon Jacqueline
Kennedy, Clara May
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THE HOME OF THE RUGGED INDIVIDUALISTS
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S+ric+ly 'For Men Only
H seems 'rhey read The Pacific Weekly, buf can Ouonsifes read?
Bowman, Coll and Nancy Cope, Clemanl and I-larrieH
Hess, Charles and Donna
Scovil. Douglas and Enid
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Seley, Russell and Jean
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Kenf, Donald and Marly
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Alpha Kappa Phi, beller known,-as lhe Arbhiania Eralernily, had a busy lime
during lhis, ils 95lh year. The oldesl college lralernily wesl ol lhe Mississippi
led oll in lhe fall wilh lhe l-lay Hop, open lo all sludenls. A lradilional evenl
is lhe choosing of lhe "Belle," one lor lhe Tall lerm and one lor lhe spring.
During lhe pasl year lhe "Belles" were Jeanne Gisl and Belly Burke. The lra-
dilion of Chrislmas serenading was carried oul lhis year wilh Jerry Parodi
direcling Archania's men in singing Carols lhe week belore Chrislmas vacalion.
During lhe year the Archiles eslablished lheir new kilchen. ll slarlecl lo funclion
al lhe beginning of lhe lall semesler under lhe direclion ol Ernie Haas. When
Ernie lell school lor a business career in Lodi, Arl Nies look over.
Archania look in eighl pledges in lhe lall and lourleen in lhe spring.
Aclivilies ol lhe house included lwo lorrnal dances. lwo pledge dances and one
ol lhe sporl variely. The enlry in lhe Band Erolic was enlilled "Going Home."
a musical lealure ol Civil War days. For Mardi Gras lhe oulside decoralions.
lilled "Old King Cole" look second prize. During lhe year, Archania was in
Al Tea honoring lheir housemolher,
lhe gals slull and lhe lellows squal
charge ol Chapel Services lwice in Morris Chapel.
Archiles always pull logelher
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Time oul lo enio lhe l-lay al lhe l-lay l-lop, Memb6fSND+Pff+ufed1 Mo and "Belle" inee Jeanne
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all bul lhe gal on lhe rnghl. Could be hay lever? BZnne+:'jg:is Ffgsiefjr. Lew Prince' Dave Spencer' John Gisli show em how il s done
Berck. Bill Haas, Ernie Rose. John Sullon, Charley
Carfe, Tom I-less, Mo Ross, Ferris Toney. Bob
Belle of Archania
Each SemesTer, Archania has a secreT commiTTee which selecTs
The ouTsTanding pledge from The Tour sororiTies on The campus
as BELLE OF ARCHANIA.
JEAN GIST, Epsilon pledge, was Archania's
Fall SemesTer BELLE. She was crowned in The
hisToric evenT while sea+ed on The Throne re-
served by The ArchiTes Tor This one occasion
each semesTer. ln keeping wiTh TradiTion of
The oldesT social TraTerniTy in America, Presi-
denT McDonnell of Archania placed a crown
of whiTe roses on her head.
BETTY BURKE, ouTsTanding Tau Kappa Kappa
pledge, was The choice of The ArchiTes' Spring
BELLE commiTTee. The unique evenT, in which
only The pledges of The Tour campus sororiTies
are considered, is one of The high spoTs of The
social season. One of The TradiTional honors
To The winner is a sTanding inviTaTion To all
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LasT year aT an evening bull session, Omega Phi broThers were lamenT-
ing Their succession of close seconds in school compeTiTion. House
PresidenT John Rohde passed The word ThaT seconds in evenTs was noT
enough Tor The house wiTh The largesT enrollmenT of all. So during
The year ThaT Tollowed Omega Phi Alpha won iirsT in Band Frolic,
Homecoming, Mardi Gras lFloaTl BaslceTball, Volleyball, SoTTball,
Bowling, and W.S.S.F. Carnival. ln The ST-adium Scrip Drive Omega
Phi alone sold SI l,0OO worTh, iusT SI,OOO more Than The quoTa Tor The
IT is wiTh confidence in The TuTure of The house ThaT Twice-elecTecl
PresidenT Rohde, Vice-Presidenl' Eddie LeBaron and The graduaTing
class leave, Tor The spiriT will always remain of a greaT year in Omega
House PresidenT John Rohde and "daTe," Shirley ArThur
wa rd Le Bo ron
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The pasr year, which has broughf Rhizomia 'ro Jrhe ripe old age of 92, has been one of fradiiion and accomplishmeni'
for fhe members of Rho Lambda Phi. They have welcomed iwo new pledge classes info +he group who musi carry
on +he 'rradirions in place of ihe broihers who will go our in+o ihe business and professional world, always re-
membering lheir days in college .and in Rhizomia wiih pleasure.
This year found Them consisienily faking second place in all Their ven'l'ures--- Homecoming, Band Frolic, Mardi
Gras and inira-mural baslcefball. Win, Place or Show, however, +he sense of achieve-men+ comes, noi from a gold
cup, buf from lcnowing Thai no ma1"rer whai' is called-for, Rhizomia members can always be counied on To pu? forlh
Their besl eliloris, and recognize The decisions of ihe iudges in good spiril.
The yearly classic, 'rhe Liierary Meeling, ai which parenls and wives mee'l'+he Rhiziies and see fhe house, was one
which will never be forgoiien. Exremporaneous speeches
which would malce a veieran speaker sl'u'Her, serious ora-
'rions which broughi Tears +o ihe eyes of m-any, and 'rhe
A usual Rhizomia spirii of friendliness combined lo make +he
, Y A Liierary Meeling a success.
Yes. Rho Lambda Phi had anolher wonderful year, and as
Q! 4m iuiure years come and go, Rhizomia will coniinue booming.
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Refreshmenrs during Fall Fashion Show
Rhizolnia 's Annual
The Walrermelon Feed. held each year in +he
early fall, is a lradifional Rhizomia fealure.
All men sfudenls are inviled and enlerlainmenl'
is furnished aflerwards. Exlra walermelons
lil anyl are cheerfully and charilaloly donalecl
lo 'rhe women's living groups. ln 'rhe groups
plclurecl can be found Presidenf Burns, F.S.A.
Prexy Mo l-less and olher campus nolables.
Ferguson, Mary Ann
Shanley, Mary Lue
Van Noale. Melissa
lpha ' Theta Tau
Alpha Thefe's year was one of achievemenf in many fields of endeavor. Open Houses, Dances and Picnics were
scaffered fhrough fhe fwo semesfers so as fo provide fhe needed social relaxafion. ln 'rhe fall fhe girls foolc an
acfive parf in organizing fhe 'On 'ro San Francisco' caravan which did so much fo publicize Pacific in fhe Bay Area.
ln fhe spring, Alpha Thefe was among fhe leaders in fhe Scrip Drive fo make possible Pacific Memorial Sfadium.
ln fhe Mardi Gras parade fhey fook firsf prize for fhe floaf skif. Alpha Thefes held fhe presidency and vice-presi-
dency of fhe A.W.S.: 5 members were in fhe Sophomore Women's Honorary Sociefy: 2 members were in fhe
Knolensg 2 were members of Mademoiselle College Board: and 3 were prominenf in fheafrical producfions.
"My Alpha Thefe Girl" has reason fo be proud of fhe pasf year.
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This year fhe Epsilons have had a full schedule of evenfs. House dances and picnics were a big par? of The social
year. The year was highlighfed by a Fashion Show which was planned 'ro raise money for The Scrip Drive during
fhe spring: 'rhe annual May Breakfast and 'rhe informal spring dance, "Shipwreck," which was The besr dance of
In campus affairs, Epsilon fared quiie well. Nancy Bailey was crowned Queen of Mardi Gras by 'rhe '49 Epsilon
Queen. Pai Giofionini, and Epsilon came ihrough wifh iirsl place honors for Mardi Gras house decoraiions. ln
Band Erolic lhe girls received 'rhird place. The year has been a full one for Epsilon, exciring and Jrremendous.
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George, Mary Alice
Members Noi' Piciured
Nicholas, Mary Jane
Mu Zeta Rho
Allhough Mu Zefa Rho was ius+ reorganized on campus in May of I949, many fhings have been accomplished. The
members moved info 'lheir new house af 2I2 Fullon Slreel' during ihe Fall semesler and slarlecl lheir dining room
during lhe Spring ferm. Under +he capable leadership of Fern Reilly and Jan Shearer, lhe Mu Zefes have given
several successful dances and parlies and have been quife ac+ive in campus affairs.
Pledges fake over K.P. a+ Archania
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Drew, Peggy Ann
Linclhorsi, La Rae
Padcloclc, Mary Ann
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Tau Kappa Kappa
The Fall semesTer, under The presidency oT Moss LiTTle, began wiTh an Open House and Tea inTroducing Tau
Kappa's new housemoTher, Mrs. Mabel Hendrickson. An Alumnae BanqueT and a ParenTs' BanqueT were held, as
well as exchange dinners wiTh The TraTerniTies. The Pledge Formal, "Deep FaThoms," was preceded by a dinner aT
The Pump Room, wiTh The dance "Below The Ocean" Tollowing aT The sororiTy house. The gayesT parTy of The
season was The "Roaring TwenTies" when members and Their daTes donned Tlapper cosTumes and reverTed To The
days OT The CharlesTon and H23 slcidoof' The Spring semesTer, under The leadership OT Wanda RineharT, TeaTured
The adopTion oT new house TradiTions and an increase in house spiriT. New songs were wri'Hen and every oTher
Wednesday nighT was seT aside Tor "SpiriT NighT." A dinner was given To honor The pledges. "BrealcTasT aT Sardi's"
was a humorous Take-oTi oT The radio Sardi's. Dances held were The pledge Tormal, "A Preview oT Spring," a
"Holiday Dance," and an informal dinner dance. The annual SporTs BanqueT, honoring The swimming, Tennis and
Track Teams, was held laTe in The semesTer. A breakTasT was given by The iunior members oT The house in honor oT
The graduaTes. The new TradiTion oT The Rose Ring ceremony, held in The garden OT an auxiliary member, was
begun. Engaged girls sTepped Through a ring oT roses, announcing The daTe oT Their weddings, and a Tashion show
oi The bride's Trousseau was combined wiTh This.
Roaring TwenTies Dance
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Wall-ers Susan Members Nol Piclured:
Wrighl Dorolhy Anne Awe, Shirley Cunningham. Marge
Edgar, Shirley McGhee. Belly
Wheeler. Lois Miller, Rulh
Collell. Mary Ann
Guslafson, Mary Ann
Rilchey, Belly Jean
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WiTh The close of The school year of I949-50, ZeTa Phi has TorTy-Two members represenTing iT in various exTra-
curriculum acTiviTies aT C.O.P.g Who's Who in American Colleges and UniversiTies, OuTsTanding Senior Women,
Women's Honorary SocieTy, All-College l-lonor SocieTy, Spurs, Mu Phi Epsilon, A Cappella Choir, Orchesis,
Alpha Epsilon Omicron, W.A.A. and The Anderson Y.
LasT year our MoThers' and PaTronesses' Club was organized, and an annual Tamily barbeque is given every spring
Tor Them in The ZeTa Phi gardens. The Alumnae Club was also Tormed lasT year.
AcTiviTies included The pledge Tormal given every semesTer: parTicipaTion in The W.A.A. BaslceTball TournamenTs
in which we have won The Trophy Tor The lasT Two years. One OT' our proudesT achievemenTs of The pasT year has
been having The highesT grade-poinT average of The women's living groups.
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Sambo McDonnell John Tolfen Ken Morlc Chuck l-lollz John Rohde Swede Warner
Archania Rhizomia Omega Phi Alpha Rhizomia Omega Phi Alpha Archania
F A L L S P R I N G
Isl row: Margarel McGoldriclc, Ann Raqus,'Dolores Rico, Mary Nelson Isl row: Dorolhy Deakin. Mary Shanley, Roberla Rosenfeld
2nd row: Fern Reilly, Mary Ann Ferguson, Moss Liille, Marqaref Ellis 2nd row: Mary Nelson, Ann Ragus, Wanda Rineharl, Janice Shearer
The llther Days
Rally at the Fox
To slrarl' 'rhe fall Term off wilh a bang, lhe campus decided +o
le'r The Town of Siocklon know Thar summer was over and Tha?
we were back lo slay for a while, Main Sheer was quier and
peaceful fhal Sepfember nighl when oul of nowhere lhey
came in every mode of fransporfajrion available fheir des-
Jrinalion---The Fox Cal-0 for 'rhe big rally and maybe a
show, if you hadn"r already seen The piclure and whalever
else +he evening had lo offer. E
Tickers are bouqhf in advance, so 'rhe
main idea is gelfinq Through +he door
TERRY ORCH M COLLEGIATE
The delegalion from lhe Rhi-
zomia Lirerary Fralernily arrives
Once inside, 'rhe show begins-M
Looks as Jrhough everybody came
H 'fakes a rally lo fill +he Isl 4 rows
Some people are jusl nalrurally camera shy
The Velvel Smog and friend helped Dan
Terry's Orchesfra along wifh a songl?l
No words To describe This
Rally at the Fox . . .
Jusl a bunch of happy people
The music depl. senl along a represen-
lafive --- and 'rhey read music. loo!
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members oi ilfie Adminislralion and Facully.
An annual affair which is one of 'flue high spois
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lvleeiing llwe Faculiy
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A comparaTively new school, wiTh Tew TradiTional evenTs,
STOCKTON COLLEGE is rapidly supplying This need Tor
The TuTure. Tl-IE ROUND-UP, held OcTober I3Th and I4Th,
was TeaTured by a parade Through downTown SToclcTon, a rodeo,
and a bonTire. The l3Th year sTudenTs added Tuel To The Tlames
by Tossing in Their 'dink' caps wiTh appropriaTe ceremonies.
A greased pig conTesT beTween The TaculTies of STOCKTON
COLLEGE and COP is expecTed To be a TeaTure OT This
annual celebraTion. This year's TesTiviTies were happily climaxed
by The deTeaT OT The l-larTnell College Cowboys' Eleven.
Dr Waldo rolls up his sleeves To begin An unTorTunaTe l-larTnell College wanderer geTs a close shave
The ludgung oT The candidaTes Tor QUEEN which didn'T sTop aT The hair line. Such TreaTmenT oT a guesT. yeT'
Rl-IIZOMIA S TloaT won TirsT prize. The liquid, They TKATTCT-lAN.lA seems To Te-el perTecTly
regreTTed To say, was noT as poTenT as iT looked aT home in Their delap1daTed Truclr
Gerling ser lor Thrills ar The RODEO
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Rodeo Oueen PAT HUNTER in The cenfer lnol counfing rhe hossl
Even Dude Minear knows you c:an"r
fell 'rhe horses wi'rhou+ a program
He Wem. Jfhaf al Way l'rn an old cow hand---or is if I-li-Yo,
Silver? Nope, Hopalong Knoles!
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"A liffle school fhaf 'wasn'f capable of pro-
ducing an All-American' crowded foreign news
and elecfion refurns off fhe fronf pages of
San Francisco's newspapers when some five
hundred College of fhe Pacific sfudenfs in-
vaded fhe bay area in an all-ouf efforf fo
publicize fhe COP foofball feam and ifs All-
American candidafe, Ed LeBaron."
The irnprompfu rally of Thursday nighf ended
as mosf fhings do. af fhe "End Zone." I-lere,
organizer of fhe caravan, Dave Gerber, gives a
lasf minufe pep fallc fo fhe excifed sfudenfs.
Early in fhe evening of Thursday,
November 2, fhe word was passed
around fhaf a rally was being held
in fraferniiy circle. Af fhe rally fhe
organizers, Bill Ross and Dave
Gerber, under fhe effigy of Mr.
Lieser, came forfh wifh an idea.
lA few seconds affer fhis picfure
was falcen fhe plafform and scafold
A few quiclc-minded sfudenfs re-
covered fhe baffered face of fhe
effigy, placed if on an innocenf
bysfander, Briff Smifh, and boosfed
him afop fhe sign posf in fhe
The nighf before fhe caravan, an imprompfu band from various
living groups on campus invaded all fhe houses fo insfill "P" Day
spirif. Place now under siege is Soufh Hall, liferally shalcing under
fhe loud cheering and playing. House mofhers were nonplussed.
' Af 8:00 a.m., afier fhe cars were lined up along Sfadfum
Drive, a mass meefing was held in fhe Greek Theafre fo
give ouf full insfrucfions for fhe ninefy-mile frip. Bill Ross,
in charge of car movemenf, gave everybody fhe good word.
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The Caravan slarfs al' 9:30 a.rn., going down Main Sireel' of We're ollf To The big cily. One hundred slrong, as Tar as eye '
Slocldon. Al righl is Fonfaine Russ who helps direcf lrallic can see. Unescorfed on This 90-mile Trip, we had no accidenls
and no Trouble. Piclure is on l-liway 50, Slocldon +o Oakland
A closeup of The huge LeBaron drawing as
The caravan rnalces Els way +0 The Chronicle
Dave Gerber, head of The commiflee, and Phil
Gufhrie quesrion Call-Bullefin sporfs edifor, Jack
McDonald. He was popular as he was in Ecldy's camp
Firsf slop of day was a+ Oakland Tribune during lunch hour.
We disembarlced and cheered luslily while our represenialives
were upsiairs Jrallcing To Tribune sporls edifor, Alan Ward.
Traffic sfopped slighlly. bu? we direclred our own deparlure
Inside lhe offices of The Call-Bulleiin, Sporfs Edilor Jaclc Mc-
Donald is inlerviewecl on wire 'rape by radio majors l-lerb
Marlaall and Bob Bandelin. All in+erviews were recorded and
edi+ed info a radio program for ci+y and campus consumphon
The Tigers Take u Trip . .
Ou+side 'rhe Call-Bullelin, lhe Pacific ihrong was addressed
by William Randolph l-learsi and Sporls Edilor Jack Mc-
Donald. The paper ran a Celeri - LeBaron con+es+. LeBaron
won. +he lasl countgave Ed over 2000 voles 'ro Celeri's 879
The Examiner, in lhe business seciion ar Marlcei'
and 3rd, aHrac+ed 'rhe larqesf crowds of well-wishers. Busi-
ness people hung ou+ 'lheir office windows and ioined in
LeBaron cheers and dropped paper slreamers ou? windows
Our Tiger ell leaders organize a bix six for LeB-aron in from
of +he CalliBulle'rin. Sporfs Edi'ror Jack McDonald had ius'r
announced 'rha'r LeBaron was leading Celeri by one
hundred voies in 'rhe people's choice for All-American
Leaving The Examiner, fhe gallanl 500 walked 'rhrough busy
Merkel Slreel' enroufe lo lhe S.F. News. On lhe way we
were ioined by many San Francisco LeBaron enlhusiasis
Ou+side fhe San Francisco News, song leaders Wanda
Reinhar+ and Jane l-laskall show frue Pacific form while
+he imprompfu band blas+s away wilh an accompanymem'
Oulside The S.F. News lhe Pacific sludenis give oul wilh a big
cheer lor Roger Williams, pro-LeBaron wrilerg reserved a roar
of good nalured boos for l-larvey Rockwell, pro-Celeri wriler
Office workers lake lime oul lo walch 'rhe leslivilies in lronl
of The Chronicle. l-lere we wail word from queslioning com-
millee inside The office whelher Mr. Leiser will see lhem or nol
.When Mr. Leiser claimed he'd back Pacific for a major bowl
game he gol his firsl cheers from weary bul hearly Pacilficans
The big game of lhe day was Bill Leiser, Chronicle Sporl Edi-
lor who lirsl reversed his choice ol Ed LeBaron for All-Ameri-
can al lhe Norlhern California Foolball Wrilers and inilialed
a reversal vole for Bob Celeri of Cal. l-lere wrilers Joe
Wilmol and Leiser are queried by lwo of our commilleemen
omecomlny . . . 1949
spile of a rained-oul bonfire Homecoming was The usual success The
campus was Transformed info a Paradise of Arabian hues and mohfs in
carrying our l'he Theme A Thousand and One Tales lf was a week
end To remember.
Chuck l-lollz, chairman.
presenls roses and a
cup lo "Sweelhear+"
+op --- Sweefhearl
Belnly Sfanley, Lois
Driflel, lvlary Ann
ColleH, Pal Rohr-
baughg below ---
Mary Jane Nicho-
las, Lola Vannucci,
A couple of informal shols of Presicleni Burns al Homecoming Rally collechng
a bel on fhe number of cars in The parade +o San Francisco Some silly soul
bel a hal lrhere woulcln + be 50 cars Our alerl head man didn + fake a risk
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Wesi l-lall's coniribuiion. Bui, Girls, we've gol
news for you: Tigers clon'+ roam 'rhe Arabian sands
House Decorations . .
Noi' conieni' wiilw Ali Baba's cave, Epsilon pre-
senied ilie music of his creaior in "Scl1alwarizacle"
Piclorial Represeniaiion of "Pacific Hail"
brighfenecl up fine Lobby of Soufli Hall
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Weekly. Enlarging Them 'ro king size made an efilecfive display
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Tau Kappa's Tigers are shown licking llweir chops over 'rhe
luckless Cincinnafi Indians. Score: COP 34. Cincinnafi 7
Zefa Phi wenf nosfalgic wifh The old COP Trolley,
libelling Hue moformani by subslifuling +he Tiger
Farsiglwled Mu Zela offered a sad looking Cal Bear 'lor COP
+0 measure for size. ln a couple of years, maybe, huh?
ig Little Sister arty
Clollwes modeled were from Jrlwe Brown l-louse
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Whal llrie besl dressed coed will be wearing To her nexl formal dance
Cloihes were modeled for every occasion
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PRELIMINARIES - - MARCH Is+ 0
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BAND FROLIC, The annual iarnboree lo raise money
for lhe band, presenled shows of all sorls. Omega
Phi, wilh "Sahara Zed" look iirsl place, Rhizornia,
complele wilh Head Office, second: Epsilon's lan-
lasy "Dreamers Holiday," Third.
Exlra arms sprouled from all direclions in The No. I Band Frolic
Show. Omega Phi claims lhese exercises are helpful on dales
Omega Phi s Darllngs came back
again This year in Bloomers no less! .
Willie Snarqk iq is silenl as in Rhizomial poses before his inner "All 'the Dean's Men" coppecl 2nd spof, wilh applause
sanclum, which a momenr laler disgorged a disgrunlled consliluenl from Snarqlc, fhe slar. and his lailhfull?l l-lol Garlers.
No, lhey hadn'l been in a hassle, iusl looking narural
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PACIFIC MEMORIAL STADIUM
BeTTy Burke and STan STeeI sign up a willing
cusTomer in The door-To-door campaign
Greek TheaTre Rally shows, IeTT 'ro righT.
Bob McLaughlin, IvIasTer of Ceremonies:
Dave Gerber Ikneelingl, Scrip Drive Di-
recTor: Frank WoITe, Parade DirecTor
5 The STadium Scrip Drive on March l5Th was an aII4ouT aTTair
wiTh all organizaTions doing Their parT. The goal OT SI0,000 Tor
The sTudenT body was more Than doubled by a house To house
canvas Trom 7 To IO P.IvI. Radio coverage by The campus sTaTion
was a rnaraThon aTfair IasTing Trom The II a.m. rally in Baader
S'Tadium To The I I p.m. sign-off in The End Zone. A ToTaI of over
Sl50,000 was raised and The new sTadium will be ready Tor use
Archania and Tau Kappa Kappa
combine forces. Remarkablellllll
Talking iT over in The End Zone
Four l-louse - Drive Chairmen
Barbara Lindhorsf and Beverl Wallers of Tau Ka
pa, and Frank Wolfe and Del Holm of Archania
Presiclenl Burns and his son af
lhe rally in 'rhe Greek Thealre
Del Holm gives oul The
Scrip Books al' Archania
Turning in Scrip Books al +he F.S.A.
Office al The close of lhe evening
Pres. Burns in l'he End Zone congralulafing lwo salesgals
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Queen Nanc and Prince Charming, Chairman Eddie LeBaron, Queen Nancy,
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Beiiy Sirickland Nancy Bailey Mariiyn Rasmussen Nancy Hammond
Zefa Phi Epsilon Tau Gamma Sigma Alpha Thefa Tau
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Doi Duari Gloria Chapman Juneiia Bucholz Barbara Manberi'
Soufh Hall Tau Kappa Kappa Mu Zefa Rho Wesf Hall
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Epsilon --- Pirsl' Place Winner
Zeia Phi Omega Phi Alpha Third Place Winner
Mardi Gras Parade
FT Il I 1 Omega Phi Alpha --- Firsf Piece Winner
Mardi Gras Costumes
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Bugs Tubes, l-lor and Cold
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Turkey in The Slraw
Bul don? go near 'rlwe wafer
Hang your clolhes on a hickory limb
Wha'r's Hollywood gm' +l1a'r fops Jrlwis?
It's '30' for '40,
Eddie and His Moiher
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Eddie and Spor+s Magazine
Celeri, Governor Warren and Eddie
Eddie receives Sfudenlr Bod Tokens
of appreciafion from
Eddie and Larry Siemering
refiring Number "4O"
Death Valley Expedition
Four busses, lwo Trucks and several smaller vehicles wind Their way lhrough
an assorrmenl of mounlain greenery and valley sand, cold nighls and hol
days, high wind and slaqnanf calm, rolling on lo cover some l3OO miles
of scenic beauly and desolale amazement
April first l95O, Jrhe College of lhe Pacific commenced ils annual Dealh
Valley Expedirion. Headed by Dr. A. T. Bawden and Professor J. H. Jon+e,
'lhe Dealh Valley lrip proves lo be a neverending source of wonder 'ro The
'Deserl Rals' llsl yearersl and anolher wonderful vacalion for lhe 'Chuclca-
wallas' and 'Sidewinders' lmore lhan one yearersl.
Dealh Valley, aboul' one hundred and filly miles long and from len lo lhirly-
live miles wide: Dealh Valley, conlaning Jrhe lowesl poin+ in 'rhe Weslern
Hemisphere: Dealh Valley, home of rhe Devil's Golf Course and Furnace
Creek, Red Rock Canyon and Sco'r+y's Caslleg Dealh Valley, +he slarl for
some, and The end for olhers.
lPho'rography and Caplions by S. David Saxonl
A+ washup, even Ed Belz liar lelll wails in line
Scol'ry's Caslle, a jewel in The deserl
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Mess produchon in Herb Jonle s scrambled egg business - - - bu+ if s so far from lhe wal-er
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A PICHSCI FGHIGSDCWG. SGSY 'fO handle Guardlan over Deafh Valley --- Mounf Wl'u+ney
AT DILLON BEACH, 50 miles norTh OT San Francisco,
College oT The PaciTic's "oTher campus" is devoTed
To The sTudy of Marine LiTe. The sTaTion is in session
all year 'round, and, as The picTures show, a life OT
iTs own is oTTered. "Bios PaciTica," The boaT owned
by The college, dredges up The specimens which are
Taken To The laboraTory Tor classiTicaTion and sTudy.
As The picTures show, all liTe aT The STaTion isn'T
research -- Marine, ThaT is. And all The characTers
shown aren'T specimens: some are human.
MeeT Dr. l-ledgpeTh, visiTing Professor
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Ie mp WI we er Convemen Y U O Specimens Examinahon of specimens picked up by dredging liT says herel
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Marine Station . . .
Dr. Noble, Direclor of Pacific Marine Sfalion
I, L Over llwe bounding main in 'rhe 'Bios
A Pacificaf dredging for sand dollars
Looks like +l'1ey're eafing +l'1e specimens. They oflen do
Men's Dorm. Yes, Hue women have one loo
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Dean Wendf, CCP --- Dick Hari, SC
Margaref Hayes, COP Swimming and Wa+er Polo Myra Kauka, WAA
College of fhe Pacific's Tifanic Tigers of fhe I949 foofball season will probably go down in hisfory as fhe greafesf
gridiron aggregafion in C.O.P. annals. Undefeafed, Unfied, and Uninvifed were fhe bywords af fhe close of fhis
greaf season. Eleven fimes fhis feam sfepped onfo fhe furf during ihe season, and eleven 'rimes fhey emerged vic-
forious and fhen were shunned af fhe close of 'rhe year when fhe commiffees sfepped forfh fo choose parficipanfs
for fheir respecfive bowl games.
This was an excepfionally colorful feam, feafuring fhe double-spinning of ifs diminufive All-American quarferbaclc,
"ExceIIen'r Eddie" LeBaron1 fhe breakaway running of Don Brown, Eddie Macon, Walf Polenslce, Don I-Iardey, and
Bruce Orvis: fhe viscious defensive play of I-larry Kane: fhe pass-snagging of John Rohde and Phil Orfez: and fhe
greai line play of anofher score of players. Buf fhe amazing fhing abouf fhis feam - wifh all of ifs greai sfars,
if played as a single, precision fimed, mechanical buzz-saw.
Many records were sef by fhis scinfillafing ballclub which fromped over eleven opponenfs. Wifh if, Pacific landed
in fhe firsf fen in 'rhe nafion for fhe firsf fime in ifs hisfory, They were 'rhe highesi scoring collegiafe foofball Team
in fhe nafion, wifh 575 poinfsg had fheir firsf big-fime All -American in Eddie LeBaron: had fheir firsf fwo represen-
fafives in fhe Annual Easf-Wesf All-Sfar Shrine Classic in Eddie LeBaron and John Rohde: had a record breaker
in Bill McFarland, fheir conversion experf who boofed home 54 conversions, an all-fime collegiafe marlc - iusf 'ro
menfion a few of fhe new records.
S e a s o n R e c o r d
Pacific 7 Universify of San Francisco 6 Pacific 45 San Jose Sfafe College
Pacific 52 Universify of Loyola Pacific 45 Universify of Ufah
Pacific 34 Cincinnafi Universify Pacific 45 Fresno Sfafe College
Pacific 47 Universify of Nevada Pacific 88 California Polyfechnic
Pacific 75 Porfland Universify Pacific 75 Universify of I-Iawaii
Pacific 62 San Diego Sfafe College TOTALS- Pacific 575 Opponenfs 66
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TOUCH- - TOUCH-
PLAYER DOWNS P.A.T. POINTS PLAYER DOWNS P.A.T. POINTS
Eddie lv1acon,Ih IO O Eddie LeBaron, qb 4 2 I
Bruce Orvis, rh 9 O Don McCormick, Ih 3 O
Don Brown, Ih 9 O Don Lipelf, fb 3 O
Bill McFarland, In O 54774 Ernie Bobson, fb 2 O
Paul Williams, rh 8 O 4 Doug Smifh, Ie 2 O
John Rohde, le 7 I Doug Scovil, qb 2 0
Don I-lardey, fb 7 O Phil Oriel, re I O
Jim Price, rh 6 O Ken Johnson, Ig I O
AI Smifh, Ih 6 O 1 Joe Rihn, Ig I 0
Walf Polenslce, rh 5 0
'H' ' The Brains..
PicTurecl here are The brains of The TiTanic Tigers. Back row, leTT
To righT: Hugh McWilliams, end coach: Dean Richardson, back-
Tield coach: Wayne Hardin, assisTanT backfield coach. FronT
row: Larry Siemering, head coach, and Ernie Jorge, line coach.
WiThouT so able a sTaTT, none oT The wonderful TasTes of glory
oT The I949 season could have been accomplished. All of The
menTors have worked TogeTher Tor one and The same achieve-
menTs successfully Tor Three seasons and have broughT The Tigers
Torward To draw NaTional acclaim in The TooTball world. Wi+h
These coaches back in The Told, iT looks like iT could very well be
a niTTy-TiTTy Tor The College of The Pacific on The gridiron.
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Coach Larry Siemering's charges opened fhe I949 season wifh a convincing 7 fo 6 win over fhe Universify of San
Francisco's Dons in fhe Lodi Grape Bowl. Bruce Orvis scored fhe lone Tiger fouchdown early in fhe firsf period,
going over on a line plunge from fhe one-yard line affer a susfained drive. One Tiger score, coming on a pass
from Eddie LeBaron fo Jim Price was nullified by a rule infracfion. Bill McFarland kicked fhe exfra poinf which
sewed up fhe ball game. Plenfy of fireworks ensued befween fhaf score and fhe final gun, however, wifh fhe
Tigers puffing up fwo fremendous defensive sfands deep in fhe shadows of fheir own goal posfs.
Jimmy Ryan, U.S.F. quarlerback, scored for fhe Dons from four yards ouf on a sneak lafe in fhe fourfh period,
buf linebacker Harry Kane broke fhrough fhe Dons' forward wall fo block fackle Joe Wozniack's fry for fhe exfra
poinf, which proved fo be fhe winning margin. Kane's greaf defensive play won him fhe Player of fhe Week
honors. Greaf rock'em sock'em defensive play sfole fhe show for fhe evening wifh John Rohde, Don Campora.
Duane Pufnam, Bob Franceschini, and Bob Klein.
Price hifs paydirf fo no avail. Affer faking a LeBaron foss early in fhe firsf "Gai ouf of my way," says Bob Franceschini fo all Dons as he paves lhe
period Jim Price boomed info 'rhe Don end zone on a 32-yard play. buf way for Don Brown on anlend sweep fhaf. gained I2 yards early in fhe
fhe Tigers were penalized for holding and ff.e play was called lr-ack. game againsf fhe Universify of San Francisco.
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Loyola IvIenTor Jordan Olivar, coaching on The Pacific CoasT Tor The TirsT Time, aTTer leaving Villanova, ran inlo
a whale oi a ballclub in The College of The PaciTic Tigers in his inaugural TiIT in This area, dropping a one-sided
52 To O TEIT. Olivar had This To say of The Tigers: "They were The besT Team we 'faced all season, including The
Orange Bowl Champions, SanTa Clara."
Los Angels Tans had much To say also aTTer waTching This machine-like aggregaTion go To work To avenge a I4 To I4
deadlock gained by The Lions in I948. Bruce Orvis scored from I4 yards ouT To mark up The game's iniTial Tally.
OTher scores were had by TleeT-TooTed AI SmiTh who goT Three, one on The lasT play oT The game, Eddie LeBaron,
Don Brown, WalT Polenske, and LeBaron's undersTudy, Doug Scovil, who impressed in his firsf real Tesl' by engin-
eering half of The Team's scores. Scovil hiT SmiTh Tor The only aerial score oT The conTesT, a 40-yarder on The
Terrific line play by The gianT Torward wall paved The way Tor seven of The scores, which incidenTally came on The
ground. Harry Kane, The CoasT's number one linebacker, played his usual sparkling brand oT ball and was assisTed
by The greaT play oT CenTer Bob Moser, Guards Joe Rihn, Ken Johnson, and Bob Franceschini, Tackles Bob Klein
and Don Campora, and Ends John Rohde and John Poulos. Bill McFarland hiT Tour Tor eighT Through The uprighTs.
I' "i4'2ei1 s fs
Booming Bob Franceschini l49l again leads The way for Tiger backfield aces as he cleans Three Loyola would-be Tacklers oul' of The way wiTh one
vicious block To pave The way for speedsfer Don Hardey l63I who picks up I9 yards on The play. ,
Pacific 34 . . . Cincinnati 7
Game CapTain and
Player of The Week '
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D o n B r o w n
Blas+ed The BearcaTs
One oT The besT games wiTnessed in BaxTer STadium lasT year was The beginning oT a new inTersecTional rivalry
beTween The College of The PaciTic and The UniversiTy oT CincinnaTi which showed The Tigers blasTing Their way
Through a well coached, hard TighTing BearcaT eleven, 34 To 7. The BearcaTs simply couldn'T maTch The power
puT up by The SToclcTon uniT and aTTer iusT Three minuTes had passed, LeTT l-laliback Don Brown sprinTed over Tor
The TirsT oT Tive Pacific Touchdowns. A beauTiTul caTch by John Rohde oT a pass Trom Eddie LeBaron which wenT
Tor 34 yards To seT up The score. Brown also wenT over Tor number Two and Then Rohde snared anoTher LeBaron
Toss in The end zone To puT The Tigers ahead 2l To O aT The half. Fullback Don l-lardey scored number Tour Trom
eighT yards ouT and Then LeTT l-lalTback Don McCormick Tallied The lasT one on a brillianT caTch oT a LeBaron
Toss behind all oT The CincinnaTi secondary.
CenTer Sid Hall, Tackle Bob Klein, and End John Rohde all played ouTsTanding games in addiTion To l-lalfback WalT
Polenske who was named The Player of The Week via his greaT oTTensive and defensive performance. "MoJo"
McFarland banged Through Tour more conversions during The encounTer.
WalT Polenslze l4-bl and Robin Rush l58l puT The pinch on a BearcaT de- NoT so TasT. Tella, says Big John Poulos To This CincinnaTi back as he is
Tensive bacl: as Don Hardey l63l rips around his own righT end Tor eighT nailed To The ground,on a' play ThaT losT Two yards. Don Halrdey 63
yards and a PaciTic Touchdown. righT on The play while Dick Breien l7Il is coming up To aid.
Pacific 47 . . . Nevada 6
K e n J o h n s o n
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Player of The Weel:
Walloped The Wolf Pack
Probably The greaTesT oTTensive and deTensive show TogeTher came againsT a bewildered UniversiTy of Nevada
eleven who leTT The TurT on The shorT end OT a 47 To 6 counT. Marlcedly high Tor This +iI+, The Tigers rolled up Their
TourTh sTraighT win oi The T949 season againsT a highly-TouTed Reno aggregaTion which couldn'T seem To caTch
up wiTh The Pacific Team.
ATTer being held scoreless Tor The TirsT period lThe only Time oT The season This happenedl, Coach Larry Siemer-
ing's charges broke loose Tor Tour Tallies in The second sTanza in a ripping, charging, and blasTing Tlurry oT offense.
l-lalTback Jim Price wenT over from eleven yards ouT early in The second quarTer aTTer a passing show by Eddie
LeBaron had seT up The score. ThaT sTarTed The fireworks. WaIT Polenske inTercepTed an Eddie Jessie Toss and ram-
bled 47 yards in a beauTiTul exhibiTion of broken Tield running To score number Two. Then The amazing Mr. Macon
wenT Tor 6I yards around end behind Ken Johnson's vicious block Tor The Third Tally. Number Tour was really
-a whopper. WiTh TourTh and Twelve To go aT midfield, LeBaron Talced a punT and passed ouT To John Rohde in
The TlaT who looked like a halfbaclc hipper-dippering iT Tor paydirT. Bob Moser and Bob Franceschini paved The
wa wiTh Two slashing blocks. Bruce Orvis was nexT wiTh a Tour-yarder and Then Jimmy Price hiT paydirT .again on
a dazzling 82-yard iaunT. The lasT Touchdown was also a whopper. Player OT The Week l.eBaron inTercepTed anoTh-
er Jesse pass and weaved 84 yards Through half oT The WolT Paclc To sew iT up.
WhaT happened? says a Nevada pass receiver as "ExcellenT Eddie" grabs ForgeT iT. Budl Warren Brady, Nevada quarTerbacl:, Tries in vain To geT
oTT an Eddie Jesse aerial. Wal? Polenslce lparfially hidden --461 speeds pasT John Rohde lhead hiddenl and Harry Kane l77l and is really
up To block Tor l.eBaron on his eighTy-yard reTurn of The inTercepTion. nailed. WalT Polenslce T4-bl comes up from The back To aid.
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Paclfw 75 . . . Portland 20
.f-MQ?-in Game CapTain
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S ,filiiss 'V ii
Player o'fThe Week
Veil PasTed The PiloTs
College of The PaciTic's Flying Bengals noTched Their TiTTh sTraighT Triumph by overwhelming The UniversiTy oT PorT-
land Pilofs 75 To 20, an all-Time school scoring mark 'Til The Cal Poly game came along, wiTh "Tennessee" Paul
Williams having himself a Tield day, scoring Tive oT The Tigers' eleven Touchdowns. -
Bronco Bruce Orvis punched over The TirsT score early in The TirsT quarTer To sTarT a Tiger scoring spree. Orvis Tallied
Trom The one-yard line aTTer pass inTerTerence had been ruled on an Eddie LeBaron To John Rohde pass in The
end zone. Eddie Macon came nexT wiTh an eighT-yard romp around leTT end, Tollowed closely by WalT Polenslce
who wenT OTT-Tackle Trom six yards ouT aT The end oT The TirsT period. Then AI SmiTh bulled his way six yards Through
The cenTer as did liTTle Ernie Bobson Trom The one. Don l-lardey ended The half wiTh anoTher romp around The end
Trom I7 yards oul.
Then came The Williams spree. Eive Tiger scores were racked up in The Tinal sTanzas, and each oT These Tive was
Tallied by Williams. Over The cenTer Tor Two, oTT-Tackle Tor seven, around The end Tor eighT, olT-Tackle again Tor
a dazzling 64 yards and Then The curTain closer on a pass Trom Doug Scovil Tor 23. The PiloTs iusT couldn'T caTch up.
Lool: al' Thal' line, and where's The ball? JusT a unique view of The Tre- Don LipelT is piled up aTTer a shorf romp in The Porfland game aTTer
Th h d TTT Do Sco il l80l Also picTured are Bob
mendous power and decepTion of The Tiger uniT as They peel off a play geTTing e an o rom ug v .
agannsf The Pilofs. Kleinl54l AI SmiTh l47l. and Paul Williams l44l.
Pacific 62 . i. . San Diego State 14
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- , Player of The Week
Anchored The AzTecs
A weakened San Diego STaTe eleven leTT STockTon in sad shape The day aTTer Their 62 To I4 loss To The Bengals who
showed Them no mercy. San Diego was a sadly ouTclassed ballclub which never goT sTarTed againsT a TasT-charging
Tiger line and an even TasTer Bengal backiield, which romped inTo The end zone nine Times.
Walf Polenske broke The ice early in The TirsT quarTer, scoring Trom nine yards ouT aTTer Player of The Week Eddie
Macon inTercepTed a pass ThaT seT up The score. Don T-lardey sprinTed around The end Tor 52 yards and anoTher
score behind some beauTiTul blocking. A piTch-ouT To Al SmiTh was good Tor The Third Tally as he sped 47 yards
inTo The end zone. Don Brown came nexT wiTh a Ten yarder oii The Tackle sloT. Williams broke Through The line and
ouTdisTanced The secondary Tor 33 yards and number Tive oT The evening. Game CapTain Ernie Bobson bounced
over from The Two and Macon swivel-hipped his way Through pracTically The compleTe San Diego clan on a Tre-
mendous 6l-yard punT reTurn ThaT had all eyes gaping. Doug Scovil, capable LeBaron replacemeni, Tossed To Al
SmiTh To The Three Trom where Bruce Orvis wenT over unscaThed. "Tennessee" Williams ripped oTi eighT yards for
The final score of The evening, seven in Two games Tor him. Doug and Dick Breien blocked a San Diego punT which
wenT ouT of The and zone Tor an auTomaTic Two digiTs. Bill McFarland added six exTra poinTs To compleTe The scoring.
Move aside, l'm coming by." ThaT's whaT Eddie Macon, sensaiional Give The ref an assisT. Doug "Snarky" Smifh is shown on The, receiving
Tiger haliback, says To Two San Diego men as he leaves one lying on The end of a Doug Scovil pass Thaf picked up I3 yards againsf San Diego
ground and passes The second on The lesT leg of his bl-yard punT reTurn. Sfafe. '
ohn Rohde Ken Johnson
Pacific 45 . . . San Jose State 7
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Player of The Week
Speared The SparTans
And They didl The Sorcerer's ApprenTice, pinT-sized Eddie LeBaron, spun his way Through The San Jose STaTe de-
fense To lead The TiTanic Tigers To Their overwhelming 45 To 7 vicTory over The SparTans. LeBaron's Triclcery, added
To The Tremendous spiriT of The cornpleTe Tiger uniT, broughT The worsT deTeaT To San Jose in The Two schools'
arch rivalry. There was noThing 'slow abouT This win, eiTher, as LeBaron s un, handed The ball OTT To l-lalfbaclc Don
l-lardey who wenT 49 yards To score on The Tigers' TirsT offensive play. The crowd gasped, buT There was more To
Eddie Macon, TleeT l-lalfbaclc, scored The second Touchdown Trom Tour yards ouT aTTer rambling 53 yards around
The end To seT iT up. Don Brown Taked his way over Tor The nexT score as he sTucl4 ouT a hip and drew iT back
leaving Two SparTan defenders TlaT on Their Taces as he scrambled over Trom I8 yards ouT. WalT Polenslce coun-
Tered nexT on a pass from LeBaron in The end zone. Passes To Polenske and Phil OrTdz seT iT up. Brown goT anoTher
one on a slcirT around righT end Trom Ten yards ouT. BoTh San Jose players in The Tiger Told, End John Rohde and
Guard Kenny Johnson goT Their TirsT Touchdowns againsT Their home Town Teams. Johnson's came TirsT when PeTe
GambeTTa blocked Gene Menges' pass inTo his arms on The SparTan 30 where he legged iT over. Rohde saved his
score 'Til The end. LeBaron Tossed a 47-yard aerial inTo his waiTing arms in The end zone. This was sweeT regenge
Tor lasT year's I4 To 7 seTbaclc.
All alone To be my own . .- . Donnie Brown skips merrily over from I8 WalT Polenske Talres a LeBaron Toss and goes over sfanding up
yards ouT againsT The SparTans as he leTT all oT The defenders bewildered againsT The San Jose eleven To score The TourTh Tiger TD as Phil
w1Th his l::eauTiTul Taking. Orfez l70l was also looking for a pass in The end zone
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Pacific 45 . . . Utah 6
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,me Calalaln Player of ihe Week Pl"Y9r of fl-ie W
Undid +he Ul'es
Universiiy of U+ah's Uies had To come all ihe way +o Lodi io lake iheir worsi rrimming of ihe season, as ihe
College of The Pacific Tigers rolled on io 'rheir 'rweliih slraighi viciory and iheir eighlh slraighl Triumph of The
I949 season in a walkaway, 45 +o 6.
"Excellen'r Eddie" LeBaron again engineered 'rhe Bengals io a win, lhrowing lwo iouchdown passes, kicking, like
Frankie Albert going 28 yds. himself, and playing his usual greai defensive game. Don l-lardey scored firsir from
ihe one, afrer he had rambled I8 yards io sei if up. LeBaron rhen passed diagonally io End John Rohde who
made a sensarional caich in ihe end zone. LeBaron lhen hir l-laliback Jim Price on rhe goal line for anoiher Tiger
ially. Eddie Macon opened ihe second half by our-spriniing ihe whole Uie aggregaiion for 36 yards and score
number four. Bruce Orvis again broke info ihe scoring column by finding a hole ihrough The middle for I I yards
and pa dirl afier a LeBaron 'io Al Smiih pass had sei il up. Paul Williams gol lhe nexl' ially from 44 yards oul
as he sliced oil-'rackle and cur back behind beauriful blocking. Fullback Don Lipeh' scored ihe lasi TD on a plunge
from lwo yards oui. The Tiger linemen were superb in lhis confesi, especially John Rohde, Harry Kane, Sid l-lall,
Don Campora, Ken Johnson, Bob Franceschini, Bob Moser, and Duane Puinam.
Don Hardey goes for IB yards io sei up The lirsl' Tiger score in The Ufah LeBaron lakes ihe bail for Il yards againsl' ihe Uies E
game as Ken Johnson l79l and Phil Orrez l7Ol are well our in 'fronl of celleni' Eddie" is piclured romping around his own righi
lhe play lo block for fha Fleer back. end as The Tigers demobilized lhe Universiiy of Uiah
Pacific 45 . . . Fresno 0
J oh n R o h d e
Player of fhe Week
Bounced lhe Bulldogs
Bowing our in a blaze of glory in fronl oi lheir home audience, lhe College of Jrhe Pacific Tigers laid a 45 lo 0
shuloul' on 'rhe Fresno Slale College Bulldogs who really huslled fheir way lhrough lhe game, buf iusl didn"r have
The power or speed lo march Jrhe Tanlalizing Tigers.
An Eddie l.eBaron 'ro John Rohde aerial Jrallied lhe iirsl counler early in lhe firsl period. "Peanuls" Brown came
nexl on a 36-yard ramble lo pay dirr. Then came lwo more LeBaron aerials for scores, one 'ro Don l-lardey from
eleven yards oui and 'rhen again lo Rohde from sevenleen yards. Bruce Orvis shol oil righl lackle for 46 yards
and anolher score and Then Al Srnifh pushed one over from Jrhe one. Don Lipell galloped over for lhe nexl one
from 27 yards our and lhen Eddie sneaked over from lhe one-yard line for fhe final shol. 22 seniors played Their
lasl game in fronl ol The home crowd as a represenlalive College of rhe Pacific unil.
Don l-lardey hiffing 'rhe furi afler a shorf ramble againsf 'The Here's fha? man again. Eddie Macon goes for sevenfeen yards
Bulldogs while ,Robin Rush l58l and Ken Johnson l79l are before being pinched off af fhe sidelines againsf Fresno Sfafe.
bofh showing 'lheir mourhpieces To Fresno faclclers.
Pqeific 88 . . . Cal Poly 0
J o e R i h n
B o b K l e i n
Player of ihe Week
Massacred +he Musiangs
Going info 'This game The College of ihe Pacific Tigers had a season Jroial of 4I2- poinis and needed 88 digiis 'io
reach +he charmed "500" circle, having +wo games Iefi 'io do ir, buf amazingly enough ihey reached if wiih an
overwhelming 88 io O win over 'rhe California Polyiechnic Musiangs. l-low exacf can you gei!
ln an unbelievably offensive show, The Tigers boomed across I3 iouchdowns. Don McCormick, Don Lipeli, and
Doug Smifh each garnered iwo rallies apiece, while single iouchdowns were had by Joe Rihn, Eddie Macon, Bruce
Orvis, John Rohde, Eddie LeBaron, Jim Price, and Don l-iardey. Tremendous, charging line play again feaiured Jrhe
Bengals' offense as Don Campora, Sid Hall, Duane Pufnam, Bob Eranceschini, Kenny Johnson, Robin Rush, Bob
Klein, John Rohde, Bob Moser, Dick Breien, Doug Breien, Peie Gambeiia, Phil Oriez, and Doug "Snark" Smiih
all played greai games.
Too bad Peanufsl Don Brown was nailed from behind while Ken John- He's off again. Eddie Macon on anoiher ianializing run. 'this 'lime agalnsi'
son 83 and Bob Moser l8ll are ready To peel off blocks on 'ihe Cal The Musfangs. Behind The blocking of Phil Orfez i70l, Bob Moser BI
Poly men who mighi gel in fheir way. and Bob Franceschini i49l, while LeBaron, Hardey and Campora look on
Pacific 75 . . . Hawaii 0
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Game Ca pfain
PlasTered The Pineapples
The Universify of Hawaii's Rainbows sfuclc Their necks ouT and goT Their heads chopped off by anoTher College of
The Pacific offensive onslaughf beifore The largesf crowd ever To wifness a gridiron fracas in The Hawaiian lslands,
75 To O, running The season Tofal of Pacific poinfs To 575 in eleven games for a 52.3 average per game.
Eleef-foofed Eddie Macon, brillianf baclcfield speedsier, led The parade wiTh four long Touchdown runs, Three of
which were over 35 yards. Macon ran wild on punT refurns and had The lslanders ouT of Their seaTs during mosf
of The fracas. The oiher Touchdowns were had by Jim Price and Don Brown, who each hiT pay dirT Twice. and
Bruce Orvis, Phil Orfez, and Doug Scovil. Greaf defensive play was feafured by WalT Polenske, Kenny Johnson,
Harry Kane, Sid Hall, Duane PuTnam, Jim -Price, and Eddie LeBaron. Thus ended Pacific's greaTesT foofball season.
Long remembered will be The TiTanic Tigers of '4-9.
lT's nice, buf bring The ball back. bub. Rohde scores a Tiger Wilbur Sifes wide oben affer receiving an Eddie DLSBGFOU
TD alone on a Le Baron aerial in The Hawaii TilT, buf To no avail A aerial againsf The Rainbows. This parhcular play picked up
as a penalfy broughf The ball back To The line oi scrimmage. 24 yards' and sei' up a Bengal score.
"LeBqrons 9' 7 . . . "Celeris 99 6
J o h n P o u l o s
Oufsfanding End .
J I m P r r c e
Shackled fhe Celeri's
Foofball in February, who would have believed if? Seffing a complefely new precedenf for foofball all over fhe
nafion, fwo represenfafive 'reams from fhe Universify of California and 'rhe College of fhe Pacific mel' on fhe gridiron
fo answer fwo greaf quesfions . . . which was fhe beffer feam, fhe I949 Tigers or fhe Rose Bowl Bears . . . and which
was fhe belfer quarferback, Eddie LeBaron or Bob Celeri? Acfually neifher quesfion wascomplefely answered. The
LeBaron's annexed fhe 'rilf 7 fo 6 in a sfellar defensive baffle which saw a sogg furf holding mosf of The vaunfed run-
ners in check and keeping fhe expecfed -aerial baffle down fo a walk. Celeri fhrew plenfy of passes, some of
which were dro ped by his flankers and LeBaron had an iniured shoulder which allowed him fo foss ouf only six pass-
es, 'rwo of which were caughf. Celeri had more complefions buf if was fhe fremendous line play of bofh aggrega-
fions fhaf was The fine poinf of The game. The Celeri's probably fielded a sfronger defensive unif in fhis game 'rhan
'rhey were able fo musfer in fwo Rose Bowl games, adding such defensive sfalwarfs as Frank Van Deren and Norm
Pressley 'fo fheir rosfer from 'rhe '48 Bear eleven.
Bronco Bruce Orvis scored The LeBaron fally affer seHing up fhe score wifh fwo rambles which led fo fhe one-yard
line. Wayne Hardin converfed our of LeBaron's fingerrips earl in fhe firsf period, giving fhe Sfockfonians a lead
which fhey never relinquished. The Celeri's scored in fhe finalhalf buf were unable fo converf, fhe difference be-
fween fhe fwo unifs.
Lil Ed comes fo fhe rescue. Eddie LeBaron moves in fo block a possible Bob Celeri, vaunfed Bear quarferback, shows his defensive prowess as he
gap in his All-Sfar line as Harry Kane l25l and Kenny Johnson move hauls down Wayne Hardin of fhe LeBaron All-Sfars affer Hardin refurned
over fasf on fhe play. Number 53 for fhe Celeri's is End Dan Bagovich. his kick 3I yds. behind blocking of Rohde, Franceschini, Johnson. Poulos
Tfulfg' . 7 '
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Shrine Game Stars
College of The Pacific's firsT Two parficipanfs in The Annual EasT-WesT
All-STar Shrine Classic, Eddie LeBaron and John Rohde, came back To
school full of glory afTer carrying The Tiger banners well To success. The
former being awarded The William Coffman award for being The game's
Li++le Eddie compleTeIy sToIe The hearTs of 62,000 fans as he ran from The
double-wing formaTion, sTrange To him since high school days, and provided
The only offensive show for The WesT aggregafion which suffered a 28 To 6
defeaf aT The hands of a very powerful EasT eleven. LeBaron carried The
ball I7 Times and amassed IO8 yards, failing To gain only Twice on which
he IosT I3 yards To have a 5.5 yard per carry average. LeBaron Threw I8
aerials, connecTed on I I and had Three infercepfed, which was due To The
fasT-charging EasT line which saw such greaTs in iTs forward wall as CIayTon
Tonnemaker of MinnesoTa, Leon l-larT of Nofre Dame. Jim MarTin of NoTre
Dame, Don Mason of Michigan STaTe, Ed Bagdon of Michigan STaTe and
many oThers in addiTion To greaT name backs such as Arnold Galiffa of
Army, Lynn Chandnois of Michigan STaTe, ArT Murakowski of NorThwesTern,
WalT Teninga of Michigan, and also many oThers.
On his firsT offensive play of The game, LeBaron skirfed IefT end behind The
blocking of Dick McKissack of Soufhern MeThodisT and John Rohde for six
yards and The WesT's firsT offensive flash which was greefed wiTh a Tremen-
dous roar by The crowd. Eddie Then proceded To engineer The only WesT
score of The afTernoon. AfTer a pass was inTercepTed on The EasT 37-yard
line, LeBaron wenT back To pass buT was hiT immediaTely and IosT eighT. Then
he hiT Rohde for I7 yards, and Then goT four more himself and a firsT down
on The 24. Ernie Johnson of UC
LA failed To gain and LeBaron
Tossed one To Ken Rose of STan-
ford for eighT and Then rambled
To The I0-yard line by himself.
Eddie goT four more and Then on a beauTifuI fake, handed The ball off To Don Paul of
Washingfon STaTe who wenT over sTanding up. ThaT was all of The WesT scoring for The
day, buT ThaT wasn'T all for LeBaron and Rohde.
Rohde nailed Two more LeBaron aerials and played a fine defensive game, even Though
he was made a linebacker on The WesT's odd 4-4-3 defense. LeBaron sTayed in The EasT's
hair The resT of The afTernoon and was given a Thunderous ovaTion every Time he TroTTed
on and off The field. None of The ballplayers who had been using This sysTem for Three
or four seasons showed up as well as The Pacific parTicipanTs.
LeBaron was also inviTed To The All-Sfar Senior Bowl Game in Jacksonville, Florida, in
which he performed aImosT as ably. I-le Threw nine passes, compIeTed six and Threw one
for a Touchdown. I-le also helped To seT up The oTher score made by his Team, and was
one of The ouTsTanding players on The field on defense. I-le Twice made The sTops ThaT
sfopped an enemy ThreaT inside his own five-yard line.
Two finer represenTaTives from The College of The Pacific could never be chosen. BoTh on
and off The field, These men Thoroughly waved Tiger banners high and drew The praise of
all concerned for Their abiIiTy, personaIiTy, sporfsmanship, leadership, and performance.
College of the Paeifie Basketball
Coach Chris Kjeldsen's varsiTy cage squad, hampered by injuries all season long, wound up Their I949-50 campaign
wiTh a noT Too impressive seven won and TiTTeen losT record. AT The beginning of The year iT looked as Though
Kieldsen would produce one of The Top noTch ball clubs on The CoasT, buT Then CenTer Howie Pearce sprained an
ankle ThaT laid him up badly Tor seven weeks, and slowed him down all during The Tirsl' parT of The campaign. ThaT
shoT The double-posT sysTem ThaT They had been working on so hard during The early pracTice sessions. NexT came
Bill WirT. high-scoring Torwarcl, and The oTher halT oT The double-posT, who broke a leg during ChrisTmas vacaTion
while vacaTioning in The snow. As iT This weren'T enough, BriT SmiTh suTTered a broken bone in'his hand aT The same
Time which leTT The club minus The regulars and wiTh no reserve sTrengTh whaTsoever.
All buT one of The wins were aT home, ThaT one being The 6l To 54 deTeaT of ST Mary's in The Cow Palace aT which
Time "STicks" Pearce joined The selecT "2l" club by regisTering 24 markers againsT The Gaels.
Shining lighfs oT The quinTeT were Pearce, who was The Team's high scorer: Henry "Bones" PTisTer who was always
here. There and everywhere husTling his way in Tor lay-ups, sTealing The ball, and hiTTing Trom all over The courT:
Phil OrTez, big Tiger forward who always ToughT his way Tor rebounds and hiT Those long one-handed push shoTs
from The side of The courTg Team CapTain and The defensive sTalward of The club, Jim Enos: Jim DenTon, sopho-
more guard who showed greaT improvemenT during The season buT also losT his greaTesT asseT in The double-posT
offense: Bill WirT, hurT righT aTTer he played Tremendous ball againsT The Hamline Pipers, several Times NaTional ln-
+ercoIlegia+e BaskeTbaII AssociaTion champions: BriT SmiTh, Don NoTToli, John McCanaIIess, Doug Scovil, Don
Mifchler, and Len DeTrick, all oT whom ably assisTed when called upon.
COP Basketball . . .
S c o r i n g
PLAYER GAMES FG FT
Howie Pearce, c 22 8I 78
Hank Pfisfer, f 22 88 6l
Jim Denfon, g 22 6I 33
Phil Orfez, f I3 46 I8
Jim Enos, g 2I 39 2l
Bill Wirf, f-C 8 37 I5
Bril' Smifh, f 2I 25 28
Don Noffoli, g I7 I2 I0
Doug Scovil, g I4 I2 4
Don lv1ifchIer,f 20 I I 6
Len DefricIc,c I4 6 O
John McCandIess, g I2 3 I
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Sfanford Universify 75 Pacific
Sfoclcfon Amblers 48 Pacific
Y. M. I. 5 I Pacific
California 68 Pacific
San Francisco Sfafe 66 loverfimel Pacific
Sacramenfo Sfafe 49 Pacific
Sfewarf Chevrolef 59 Pacific
Hamline 49 Pacific
Olympic Club 52 Pacific
Nevada 69 Pacific
Nevada 55 Pacific
San Francisco Sfafe
Fresno Sfaie X
San Jose Sfafe
San Jose Sfafe
Hank Pfisfer l28I a++empfs fo drive around "Buddie" Burly Jim Enos l43l drives in fo score aqainsf San Jose
Proulx f4l, ex-Tiger in fhe Amblers' game as anofher ex- Sfafe as Hanlc Pfisfer ll3l sefs a block on San Jose s vaunf
Bengal, Bob Klinger lI2l looks on. ed Sfu Inman lI3i'
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Forward Don Milchler l24l fires a shoi' againsi' Sacramenfo il Jim Denfon lI4l Takes a defensive rebound off The boards
Slafe while Brif Smiih lI5l looks for a possible rebound. againsl Nevada as Howie Pearce l33l and John lv1cCand-
less l25l help clear 'rhe ball.
Howard Pearce slruggles wi'l'h Dean Giles l8l and Junior Bill Wir+ l44l drives in for +wo againsi 'rhe San Francisco
MorEan U41 of San Jose Slale while Brif Smoih looks Y.lv1.l. as his opponenl fries desperaiely 'ro sfop Jrhe sho+.
shoc ed abouf The whole Thing. Don Mirchler l24l and Len De+riclc l45l wafch in+en+ly.
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College of The Pacific's varsify horsehiders have had Their ups and downs This spring, winning seven, losing Ten and Tieing Two.
Coach l-lugh "Jo Babe" McWilliams has had his Troubles, mosTly wifh The mound sfaff, buf Jerry Griffin and Jack Sandman,
sophomore prospecfs, have been The shining lighfs and show much promise for The 'SI Tiger nine. Bob Grunsky has been The
recipienf of bad breaks Through poor fielding and did noT have quiTe as good a season as was anficipafed. Sam Wesf and
Dean Wendf rounded ouT The mound corps.
Big sficlcs of The Tiger club were wielded by Ouffielders Ken Rose, Jim Enos, and Chris Mooney, Shorfsfop Buddy Jones, Firsf
Sacker Sonnie Adkins and Cafcher Lloyd Chelli. Adkins, Enos, Jones and Rose were all over .300 wiTh Jones clubbing a healfhy
.367 average. The second base slof was held by Ray Whife, who also puf in quife a bif of Time in The ouffield, Bobby LeighTon,
and Maff Equinoa, while Wally Defrich cavorfed The ground around The "l'1oT corner."
In all probabilify, Adkins, Enos and Rose will be seen in The professional ranks, as many
scoufs have been hoT on Their Trail, and Grunsky, Too, will be an oufsfanding prospecf
in The pro ranks. Jones and Defrich are undecided as To which paThs To fake, buf Their
names may also be seen on professional rosfers.
C O P OPPONENTS C O P OPPONENTS
Pacific Alumni Pacific Klamafh Falls 6
Pacific Sanfa Clara Pacific Sfoclcfon Porfs I2
Pacific Sanfa Clara Pacific ST. lvlary's I4
Pacific Sacramenfo Sfafe Pacific Sacramenfo STaTe 7
Pacific Fairfield A A B Pacific San Jose 3
Pacific Fairfield A A B Pacific San Jose 6
Pacific ST. Mary's Pacific Fresno Sfafe 5
Pacific U. S. F. Pacific Fresno STaTe 2
Pacific California Pacific Sfanford I I
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C 0P Baseball . . .
Jim Enos --- hard l'iiHing cenfer fielder
Sonnie Adkins slugging iirsjr sacker
Bud Jones -- slellar shor+pa+cher
Jerry Griffin --- ouislanding mound ace
Lloyd Chelli ace receiver
Big Leiihander Sonnie Adkins blasis our a long
double Oli The righf field boards againsi The San
Kenny Rose, sfar Tiger ouifielder, beafs our an in-
Sonnie Adkins husiles back 'ro firsf base +o keep hope
alive againsl 'rhe Slocldon Porrs, however, if was +0
no avail as The Bengals were bounced
field hil Thai scores a Tally in The Tigers' 4 +o l
dumping of fhe California Bears
Third Saclcer Wally Defrich gels sei io blasr oul a
single againsf The Dons. The Tigers narrowly losf
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College of ihe Pacific iracksiers had one of ihe mos+ successful
spike seasons in many a year during fhe I950 season under Jrhe fu+or-
age of Head Coach Earl Jackson and 'rhe very capable aid of Boyd
Thompson, l-lead Track Menior of Sfockfon College. Eddie Macon
and Rayce Mason, Don Brooks, Jack Kirkpairick, l-loward Siokes.
Dale Keyser, Duane Puinam, and Ken Bu+ler are 'rhe leading poinr
ln a quinfuple meei' wifh lhe Universiiy of California, Universi+y of
San Francisco, Universiiy of Sanra Clara, and S+. Mary's College, 'rhe
Bengal Thinclads look a sfrong second place, far ahead of 'rhe res?
of +he pack, wi+h 'rhe excepiion of Cal. which had iusi foo much deplh.
Don Brooks was Pacific's ou+s+anding performer, winning boih hurdle
evenis and losing The IOO-yard dash by iusi four inches. Eddie Macon
manipulafed 'rhe quarier in 48.3. while Don Mahaney copped 'rhe high
jump, and The greai' Mile Relay quarlei scampered home far ahead
of The resf of 'rhe pack.
The greai relay Team, composed of Eddie Macon, Rayce Mason. Clem
Cope, Howie Siokes. and Ken Builer will represeni' 'rhe Siockion school
in ihe famous Drake Relays and siand an excepiionally good chance
of coming info +he winner's circle.
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Rayce Mason hils lhe 'rape for a close win in
lhe 880-yard run in 'rhe annual lnler-Class meel
COP Track . . .
Howard Slolces comes home all by himself
To win +he low hurdles as l'he Tigers walked
all over Fresno Slale lhinclads
Eddie Macon, blazing Tiger quarferrniler. Don Brooks, Tiger sprinl and hurdle ace, leads The pack over
grabs lhe balon from Kenny Bufler and wins lhe lasf hurdle +o annex fhe evenr, also in 'rhe Fresno meel
+he Mile Relay going away
Under fhe 'ruielage of Coach Frnmeiri Shofiner. ihe College of +he Pacific fielded
one of 'rhe srrongesi ne+ aggregafions on lhe Pacific Coasr, led by Henry "Hank"
Pfisier, iis number one ace, who annexed ihe Norihern California lnlercollegiale
Championship by downing ihe Universiiy of San Francisco's Conway Caiion.
Pacific has already defeaied The U.S.F. Dons 5 +o 4 in a dual meei in addiiion +o
dropping Cal 7 'ro 2. Slaniord 7 +0 2, and San Jose Siare 8 'ro l. The Tigers have
yei io face ihe Universiry of Souihern California Troians. led by Earl Cochell and
Sfraighi Clark, and also Jrhe sirong U.C.L.A. Bruins paced by Herbie Flam and
Gene Garreii, bu+ are given an excellenf chance of dumping U.C.L.A., even
fhough 'rhey rare as underdogs io 'rhe Souihern California crew.
ln 'l'eam compeiifion in The Norihern California lnfercollegiaies, 'rhe Tigers and
'rhe Dons each annexed IO poinis +o 'rie for rhe 'ream 'rifle as Piisirer and his ersi-
while pariner, Don Harnilion, were edged in ihe finals of ihe doubles by Caiion
and Harry Roche. The 'ream irophy will be given 'ro Jrhe winner of +he reiurn dual
mafch beiween Jrhe 'rwo schools and Jrhere is no reason io believe 'rhai if will noi
Clini Arbuckle, flame-+ha+ched swinger, and Darrell Winrich have been al'rerna'r-
ing al 'rhe nubber Two and Three singles posiiions wiih Arbuclcle a shade ahead
of his capable ieammaie, while number four generally finds Hamilion, and five
and six usually are Bob Hall and Don Jacobus in Thai order. Besides Piisier and
Hamilion, +he doubles posifions are had by Winrich and Hall, and Arbuckle and
Jacobus, which also fall inio 'rhai order. .
Coach Emmeii Shofiner, Darrell Winrich, Clinr Arbuclcle Hobari'
Miller, Don Hamilion, Don Jacobus, Bob Hall and Hank Pfisier
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fop row: LaVelle, Moore, Sfeele. Driggs, Nyquisf, lvlaclviillan, Sfebbins
boffom row: Coach Kieldsen, Mork, Sherman, Poucher, Brown, Cullenward
March lsf sfarfed off fhe firsl' swimming meef fhis season wifh Coach Chris Kieldsen's unbeafables faking fheir
number one vicfory over San Jose Sfafe, 59-I6. Cufsfanding performances of fhe meef were fhose of fhe
medley relay feam-Frank Poucher, Jon Sfebbins and Wayne LaVelle, which esfablished a new C,O.P. record,
and Jon Sfebbins, sensafional breasfrokeer, splashing fo a new 200-yard C.O.P. breasfroke record. From fhere
on in, fhe Bengal mernnen's season has been sfricfly vicforious. They made a frip fo Beverly l-lills, faking fheir
only second place of fhis season. In fhe P.A.A. meef af San Francisco's Olympic Club, Coach Kieldsen's men
won fhe meef over such pressing compefifion as Sfanford's, California's, and Olympic Club's besf sfars. And
fo fop if off, Pacific was able fo send four men, Bob Sfeele, Dick Cullenward, Jon Sfebbins and Frank Poucher,
fo represenf fhe Bengals in fhe Nafional Championships in Ohio, where Dick Cullenward placed in fhe l5O0 mefers.
The big meef of fhe year was on April 28fh againsf Sfanford Universify, and when fhe poinfs were added if was
Pacific all fhe way wifh several new C.O.P. records for fhe rosfer, The medley relay feam of Frank Poucher, Jon
Sfebbins and Bob Sfeele, dashed off a new C.O.P. record of 2.56.l wifh fheir usual dispafch. The four-man
relay, Don Driggs, Wayne LaVelle, Bob Brown and Bob Sfeele, furned in a new C.O.P. record of 3.39-and
breasfroker Jon Sfebbins added his five poinfs fo fhe meef wifh a very fasf new C.O.P. record of 2.22 for fhe
200-yard breasfroke. Frank Poucher, baclcsfrolcer, won his evenf for ISO yards in 'rhe very speedy fime of I.38.
The lasf oufsfanding performance of fhe day was sprinfer Bob S'reele's showing in fhe IOO-yard dash when he
churned fo vicfory in 53.8-only fhree-fenfhs of a second off fhe pool record.
Wifh records falling af every meef. Coach Chris Kieldsen will have a hard lime fo ever equal a feam as sensa-
fional as his Bengal wafermen of I95O. Bob Sfeele and Don Driggs were elecfed co-capfains for fhe season.
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Breasrroker Jon Srebbins made oursiandinq
lime of 2.22 for The ZOO-yarcl breas+roke
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' Naiional championships in Ohio. Cullenward placed in I5OO meiers
The medley relay leam, Frank Poucher, Jon Sfebbins and Bob
Sreele kepf breaking 'rheir own recods, Jrheir las+ being 2.56.l
Divers Morrie Green
and Bob Sherman
The relay feam, Don Driggs, Wayne LaVeIle, Bob Brown
and Bob Sfeele, sei a new C.O.P. relay record of 3.39
Dick Cullenwarcl and Don Driggs,
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C 0P Water Polo
Top row: Bill AnTTilla, Cullenward, KenT, PolenTz. Morlang, Johnson, T. Shumacker
boTTom row: McCandless, Brown, Poucher, ChrisTie, Driggs
This season was waTer polo's second year aT PaciTic, wiTh Coach Bill
AnTTilla waTching his Team make an ouTsTanding performance by
winning six oT The eighT games played. ln The P.C.C. waTer polo
TournamenT aT San Francisco, The Tiger waTermen proved Themselves
To be The second besT Team on The WesT CoasT. bowing only To U.C.
AT The end oT The I949 season, senior John lv1cCandless was elecTed
as The mosT valuable player. John was also capTain oT The Team.
Frank Poucher was again a runaway winner oT individual honors This
year wiTh 25 poinTs. Dick Cullenward wiTh IO poiriTs, and Don Driggs
wiTh 7 were runnersup. High foul honors wenT To Ralph Johnson, who
came Through wiTh 22 miscues. Tom Shumacker was The Tearn's sTu-
All TogeTher, The Tiger naTaTors were able To amass a ToTal OT 57
goals as compared wiTh 38 Tor The opposiTion. WiTh wins over such
Tormidable opponenTs as STanTord, The Olympic Club, and even one
over The mighTy Golden Bears, The season could deTiniTely be con-
sidered a mosT successTul one.
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Coach Bob lvlonagan's Tiger Links crew, allhouqh having a prelly fair season, were forced fo relire during 'rhe season for lhe
laclc of men on fhe club. Andy Blossom, Their ace, wenl all Jr e way info l'he finals of The Norlhern California lnlercollegiale
Championships a+ Pasaliempo. and nofched an impressive upsel' win over Nor+hern California Open Champ Ken Venfuri.
The Tigers plan To lake +0 fhe course again nexf season for a very successful year.
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back row: Rav l-lurlburf. Dale Kevser, Fred Ardis and Chuck Saunders
middle row: Dick Shelfon, Bob Holmes, Jack Skadden, Joe Roberfs and Don Adams
'fronf row: Manager Vern Haas, Millard Slroh, Malen Srroh, Hal Kulner, Coach Szypher
Under fhe lufelage of Adolph Szypher. The College of lhe Pacific gymnasjrics
ieam parficipafed in a couple of meefs and very willingly gave of Jrheir +ime for
an excepiionally fine performance +o raise money for The lrack leam early fhis
spring. The crew pur on a very capable performance and raised lhe bulk of 'rhe
funds received for 'rhe supporf of rhe Drake Relay fund. Oursfanding members
of 'rhis aggregafion were Dale Keyser, Malen and Millard Sh-oh, I-lal Ku+ner,
and Joe Roberls.
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Women 'S Athletic
The Women's Alhleiic Associafion under 'rhe
leadership of Presidenf Hilda Wunderlich and
Advisor Miss Harrier Sheldon enjoyed a year
of sporfs which included hockey, baskefball,
rennis, badmin+on, golf, baseball and volley
W.A.A. members also afrended play days af
various colleges, including Yuba J.C., Sac-
ramenlo J.C., Cal Aggies, Sfanford, and were
hoslesses a+ fheir own.
Helping +0 make +he year a success were Vice-
Presidenr llima Kauka, Secrefary Velma Li+He,
Treasurer Velma Barnell, Corresponding Sec-
refary Myra Kauka, Publicily Direcfor Elizabefh
Deen, and Sporfs Manager Marge PraH'.
Stockton College Football
S+agnaro KIaps+ein Kidwell Dequine
Asif. Coach Head Coach Asst Coach Trainer
Wes Pa rsons
Football . . .
A hard working, highly inspired STockTon College TooTball Team had To seTTle Tor an average season OT Tour wins and
six losses, due mainly To green maTerial, considerable injuries and bad breaks ThaT handicapped Them ThroughouT
The MusTangs, ably coached by Earl KlapsTein, who was assisTed by Gene STagnaro and Collie Kidwell, goT oTT
To a slow sTarT as They Ios+ To SacramenTo and SanTa Rosa in Their only Two pracTice games, and Then were de-
TeaTed by San MaTeo in Their opening conTerence encounTer.
The SacramenTo game could have gone eiTher way as boTh Teams ToughT The Tull 60 minuTes, wiTh The CapiTol Club
Tinally eeking ouT a 6-2 vicTory. Going inTo The SanTa Rosa game wiTh noTiceable lack oT maTerial and depTh due
To injuries, The Orange and Black losT 48-7. San MaTeo, who finished second in The conTerence race above The
Third place STockTon gridders, rolled To a 28-O win: The MusTangs, developing as The season progressed and mold-
ing Their previously green maTerial inTo a TighTing grid machine, came back To dump l-larTnell I3-6, and ModesTo
28-6. They Then Traveled SouTh and losT To a highly TouTed Pasadena eleven, I3-O. MonTerey Tell vicTim To The
MusTangs by a crumpling 44-6 decision, buT conTerence champions Menlo proved a liTTle Too much compeTiTion,
Though The Oaks Trom The Peninsula College had no easy Time in winning, I4-7. Trailing I9-O aT halTTime oT The
San Francisco game, The 'Tangs came ouT oT The Tog To TighT back in The second halT, being deprived oT vicTory
by a close 26-I9 score. Vallejo had noThing To be Thankful Tor as They losT 28-I4 on Thanksgiving Day To STock-
Ton, who TeaTured a sTrong running aTTack along wiTh a powerTul deTense againsT opposing running, noT only in
This game buT ThroughouT The season.
Jim Fairchild, who shared co-capTain honors wiTh Wes Parsons, received The mosT-valuable player award, playing
his posiTion oT Tackle like a veTeran.
Coach KlapsTein is looking opTimisTically Torward and expecTs To show a Tew surprises and pull a loT of upseTs in
league compeTiTion in I95O.
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Brown, Jim c Cima,yJohn E Nicqolau, Joe T Welch, Henry h
Cobb, John h Mendonca, Ed c WashingTon, Chas. T Sullivan, Charles g
Wheeler, John g Morgan, Ray c FluTy, Bill T Beadleson, Gene T
Deed, Dennis h Aubrey, Bill g Gardner, Gene e Aqullar, Connie e
Dughi, Wayne h Parsons, Wes g Jones, ClinT q Beffldi. Hdflan Ci
RoberTs, Joe g Triebwasser, "DuTch" e Kreis, Jack e Case, Ted T
Gum, Francis mgr. Fiori, Jack e Salmon, Don e BuTTerTI6ld. BOTD G
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Reeling off yardage in fhe Menlo game
Whaf is fhis, foofball or fumbling?
Menlo men fry fo sfop Berdue
Wifh fisf clenched Berndl moves in 'ro slop Monlerey runner
Speed Merchanl Cobb picking up more yardage
S C Football . . .
A hos+ of Muslangs chase 'rlwis Vallejo man down
The Mustangs in maiQri+y
Hard-running Cobb off on anofher end run
lf's Cosfanza faking off around end
This block helped
Who has 1'he nexf dance?
An open field awaifs Duqhi
Wifh deferminaiion Berdue and Salmon
bring down a would be ground-gainer
Firs'r a hand -'off and fhen
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Stockton College Basketball
Van Sweet R. Ra++o, M. Toomay, L. Peefs, J. Ward, R. Defrick
D. Hart L. Maffeer, P. Jacobs, L. Kaupke, H. Bernd+, B. Swain, R. Orr
G. Thomas, D. Morrow, D. King, J. Ursainqui, R. Del Corso
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Wifh expecfafions high for a successful season, Coach Van Sweef opened pracfice in fhe early fall wifh an assem-
blege of fop grade baskefball players, composed of former high school cagers from all over fhe sfafe.
Known as fhe hard luck ball club, fhis aggregafion losf five of fheir games by one or fhree poinfs, buf neverfheless
garnered I5 vicfories ouf of 27 oufings.
Losing all buf one conference game on fhe road and winning all buf one af home, fhe Sfockfon College casaba
squad complefed fhe season in fhird place in fhe Soufhern Division of fhe NCJCC. Paced by 'rhe feam's high
scorer, lengfhy forward Rod Defrick, and liffle Gene Sosnick, ball confrol arfisf and long shof scoring fhreaf af
guard, fhe feam qualified for fhe Sacramenfo fournamenf and a chance fo represenf California in fhe nafionals.
Placer College puf fhe damper on fhe hopeful fire fhey had kindled as fhey pushed fhrough a baskef in fhe clos-
ing seconds of fhe opening nighf of fhe fournamenf fo 'rake fop honors in fhe fhrill-packed fussle, 33-32. Sfock-
fon fhen enfered fhe consolafion brackef of fhe fournamenf and came home wifh The firsf place frophy.
Del King, fhe only refurning lefferman on fhe feam, manned fhe ofher guard posifion and acfed as capfain, fill-
ing his responsibilifies experfly, finishing fhe season as fhe 'ream's second high scorer. Harlan Berndf, who showed
considerable worfh as a defensive man and was also quick fo accounf for poinfs when fhey were needed, played
one of fhe forward spofs, while Paul Jacobus, who has considerable fufure promise, played good ball af fhe
Topping fhe reserve personnel and offen fimes in fhe sfarfing lineup were Lee Kaupke, a home-producf guard wifh
driving power and disfance accuracy: Ray Moser, a husfling guard who shows a lof of promise for nexf year,
Leigh Meffeer, a rebounding forward fhaf Sweef could always rely on: and Geoffrey Thomas, a ferrific ball
handler and passer af fhe guard posifion.
Rounding ouf fhe wealfh fhaf Coach Van Sweef had fo call on was Renaldo Rafio, Lanvin Peefs and Norman
The Musfangs capifalized on ball confrol in winning fheir games, which meanf 'rhey had fo make a good per-
cenfage of fheir shofs.
Sweef is looking opfimisfically forward fo fhis year's feam developing info a fine squad in I950-5I, as mosf of
fhe leffermen will be refurning.
Musfangs Amblers Club 70 Musfangs 33 Harfnell
Musfangs Amblers Club 62 Musfangs 48 San Francisco
Musfangs Fresno 27 Musfangs 68 Monferey
Musfangs Squire Clofhiers 39 Musfangs 62 l-larfnell
Musfangs Gram' Tech 45 Musfangs 36 Menlo
Musfangs Armsfrong 32 Musfangs 48 San Mafeo
Musfangs Placer 51 Musfangs 45 San Francisco
Musfangs John Muir 37 Musfangs 36 Modesfo
Musfangs Fresno 45 Musfangs 67 Modesfo
Musfangs Menlo 48 Musfangs 56 Modesfo
Musfangs San Mafeo 58 Musfangs 33 Placer
Musfangs Visalia 62 Musfangs 40 Granf
Musfangs Armsfrong 40 Musfangs 5l Sanfa Rosa
Musfangs Monferey 3 I Mudge E?
S C Basketball . .
man willw his friclcy dribbling and' Ball coniirol
Rod Defricl I3I
Del King 91
Harlan Bernclf 72
Lee Kauplce 70
Gene Sosnick 42
Paul Jacobs 30
Ray Moser 25
Leigh Melleer 23
Geoffrey Thomas I2
Dick Hari' 0
Norman I-larris O
Bernof and King IO
"Thar ball is mine," says King
S C Basketball . . .
A balancing ac+ by Delriclc ll3l, and Dunlap Sosniclc, Moser and Jacobs ll ll, look
lol, as They 'fighl for conlrol of l'l1e ball on as lvlocleslo men reach for The ball
A Hp-in by Melfeer lI4l, as Kauplce lol, looks on A famed De-'rriclc jump slwol
Stockton College Baseball
Wifh a depfh of good maferial af every posifion, lhe Sfockfon
College baseball feam. ably coached by Van Sweef, had one
of fheir mosf successful seasons.
When The pifching sfaff is compos'ed of such sfandoufs as Gene
Gardner, Jim Donnelly, Frank Bevilaqua, Norville Maffos, and
Ted Case, who fhrow fo able cafcher Bob Graziani, a refurn-
ing lefferman, fhe squad can'l' help buf have confidence.
If fhe offerings of 'rhese pifchers are af all opposed by com-
pefifive bafsmen, fheir confidence is shiffed fo fhe excellenf
fielding of Bill Sanford af fhird, Frank Bouza af second, Clarke
Neuverf af shorfsfop, and Lou Harrigan and Leigh Melleer
who allernafe af fhe inifial sack.
Pafrolling fhe oufer gardens are such Sluggers as Jack Fiori,
"Rocco" Cosfanza, Gene Clarke and Leigh Meffeer, who are
also capable of pulling down fly balls and rifling fhe pegs info
fhe infield wifh uncanny accuracy.
Filling oul' fhis unusually well-manned junior college ball Team
is a group of reliable reserves, made up of infielders "Dufch"
Triebwasser and Pele Pefers: ouffielder Ed Pegramg and pifcher
The Musfangs looked impressive 'rhroughouf fhe season, win-
ning eighf ouf of fheir fwelve league encounfers.
Gardner, Triebwasser, Pefers, Melnleer, Sanford Harrigan Bouza
Sweef, Graziani. Maffos, Brawley, Donnelly Bevilaqua Orr mgr
Coslanza. Case, Fiori, Neuveri' Plgram
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S C Baseball . . .
Bill Sanford Lou Harrigan
fhird base firsf base
Gene Clark Norville Mahkos Jack Fiori
ou1f7eld pifcher ouffield
Jim Donnelly Leigh Mefleer Frank Bevilaqua'
plfcher ouffield pifcher
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Bob Hudson Na+ O Neal
John Cobb Bob Jones
Stockton College Track
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Sfewarf, Seavey, Roberfs, Fifch, Toffelmire
McCormick, lmboden, Shumaker, King, O'Neil, Sfone
Be+o, Brooks, Hudson, B.Cobb, Loughran, Cerf, Jones
E. Arris lmgnj, F. Arfis, Robinson, Sfouffer, Coach Thompson, Eas+us, Mifchler lastcoachj
Schill, J.Cobb, Hurlbert Warren, Davies, Opper, Bu'r'rerfield, Cooper
9 .4 5-. .
IT was anofher successful season for Coach Boyd Thompson's Musfang Track Team
as They complefed Their Third consecufive undefeafed season and finished second
in The big conference meeT. iusT five poinTs behind firsf place ModesTo. '
WiTh such ouTsTanding men as Bob Jones, naTional junior college champion and
J.C. All-American selecTee, who Threw The discus I52 feeT 5 inches To beHer by
IO feeT The previous school record, and whose besT Throw of The season was a
remarkable T59 feeT 6 inches: Bob Bufferfield and Fred Cooper. who were among
The Top iavilen men of The sTaTe and who consTanTly Took Turns breaking The
school record: Jim Fairchild, whose heave of 49 feeT V4 inch broke The school shoT
puT record, unbroken since I94O: undefeafed John Toffelmire, pole vaulTer, whose
pole vaulfing heighT of I2 feeT 6 inches has been Topped by only Two oTher J.C.
men in The nafion, Coach Thompson's field evenf men could always be depended
upon To make a good showing.
Capfain Ray Hurlberf compefed quiTe successfully in several evenfs. He was a
vifal parT of The relay Team, ran The 440-yard evenT along wiTh NaT O'Neil, and
was The Top man in The high iump and broad jump.
Running The IOO- and 220-yard evenTs were Bob Hudson and John Cobb.
Hudson was conference 220 champ. OTher dependablue poinf geTTers for The
Musfangs were KeiTh FiTch in The high hurdles and Roger BeTo in The low hurdles:
Ray Opper and Ed Davies in The disTance runs.
The MusTangs, Though lacking depfh in running evenfs, capiTalized on Their unusual
depTh of maferial in The field along wiTh The Top men in The races To TerminaTe The
year wiTh one of The school's besT Track seasons.
Ed Davies John Toffelmire
disfance pole vaulf
SC Track . . .
FW- 'FITFTTF 'ITL' '1
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Roger Belo and Fred Ardis
Keifh Fifch Ray l-lurlberl
Bob Buflerfield and Fred Cooper l-lurlburl, Schell, Hudson, Cobb
iavilen relay feam
l-lurlburf and Roberls
shof pu? hlgl' lump
Stockton College Swimming
Coach Anffilla, Rose, Murphy, Carmassi, Gillin, Lighf, Fisher, Jung imgr.l
Boyd, Ball, Nugenf, Baun, Sfackhouse
By winning five ouf of seven dual meefs, fhe Sfockfon College swimmers sfrefchecl fheir oufsfanding record fo a fofal of 39 vicfories
and 6 losses over a four year span. Coach Bill Anffila had anofher dream feam as he and his mermen successfully defended fheir
N.C.J.C.C. championship for fhe fourfh consecufive year, in addifion fo placing second in fhe nafional J.C. meef for fhe second year
in a row.
The Musfangs regisfered wins over Vallelo, lvlodesfo, Monferey, Sfockfon Tarzans and fhe Olympic Club. Their only fwo defeafs,
againsf San Francisco Sfafe and fhe California Freshmen, came af a fime when fwo
of fheir oufsfanding swimmers, Jack l-lumphrey and Ray Carmassi,- were in fhe
Carmassi, who received fhe "mosf oufsfanding swimmer" award, came home from
fhe conference meef wifh a fofal of I6 poinfs and high poinf honors, affer winning
bofh fhe IOO- and 220-yard evenfs and placing second in fhe 440-yard freesfyle.
In winning fhe 220 wifh a fime of 2 minufes and 28.6 seconds Carmassi broke a
former conference meef record held by Pacific's Dick Cullenward.
Gordon Gillin, a consisfenf poinf winner who in fhe conference meef garnered a
fofal of I2 poinfs by winning fhe 440, placing second in fhe 220, and fourfh in fhe
IOO, was chosen as capfain of fhe feam. l-lis I2 poinfs in fhis meef gave him fhe
second high scoring honors.
The mosf valuable swimmer award wenf fo Jack l-lumphre on fhe basis of his re-
sponsibilify in placing fhe Musfangs in second place in ffie nafionals. Humphrey
scored I0 of fhe feam's fofal of 25 poinfs, and was a member of fhe nafional cham-
pion medley relay feam along wifh feammafes Al Lighf and John Nugenf.
Lighf, who won fhe 200-yard breasfroke in fhe conference meef, was vofed "mosf
improved swimmer." l-le, along wifh Carmassi, l-lumphrey, and Gillin was picked
on fhe Junior College All-American Swim Selecfions for fhe year. '
John Nugenf was a mainsfay in fhe 50- and IOO-yard sprinfs fhroughouf fhe season.
l-le was a new swimmer who wifh no previous compefifive experience developed
Diver Jim Sfackhouse was defeafed only once during fhe dual meef season, and
placed second in fhe conference meef, being nosed ouf of firsf place by a Modesfo
man in fhe final dive.
Rounding ouf fhis dream feam of Anf+ila's were sprinfers Jim Boyd and Dave Niles:
breasfrokers Paul Rose and Jack Murph 1 disfance men Walf Baun and l-lal Ball: and
relay feam members Gillin, Nugenf, Baliand Tony Fisher.
Coach Bill Anffila
SC Swimming . . .
Carmassi, Gillin, Nugenf, Boyd
Carmassi, Ball, Baun, Gillin
Rose, Light M urphy
Jack Humphrey, one of 'rhe ou'r-
sfanding swimmers, was hospifal-
ized a+ The Hme picfures were 'rak-
en so his picfure couldn'+ appear
in +his space as previously arranged
Giliin, Nugent Bail, Fisher
Stockton College ennis
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Tucker, Locke, Taylor, SweeT, Haley, Flegel, Nelson, BlumenTield, Cole
ATTer geTTing OTT To a slow sTarT, The
MusTang Tennis Team, coached by Miss
Eleanor Cole, Tinished The season like a
ball of Tire To TerminaTe wiTh a six won,
Three loss record.
Yuba was Their TirsT vicTim, 4-3, buT They
bogged down and losT To San MaTeo 4-3,
ModesTo 6-I. and The CaliTornia Fresh-
men 7-O, Three oT The Top-ranking Tennis
Teams in lower division colleges in The
NorThern CaliTornia area. They came
back To beaT l-larTnell 6-I, MonTerey 5-2,
SacramenTo 6-I, Menlo 6-I, and Sacra-
menTo again, 6-I.
Rich l-laley, holding down The number
one posiTion on The Team, is a reTurning
leTTerman who is rough compeTiTion Tor
any of The oTher junior college confer-
Also among The Top neTmen are reTurn-
ing Ieffermen Lee Tucker and Van SweeT,
boTh consisTenT players: while Bud Blum-
enfield showed a loT oT promise aT The
number Tour posiTion.
Rich l-laley and Lee Tucker Team up in
The doubles compeTiTion as do SweeT and
Rounding ouT The Team is Bob Taylor,
Dick Locke, Earl Flegel and Vance Nelson.
Miss Eleanor Cole
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No. I Man
SC Tennis . . .
No. 2 Man
No. 6 Man
Haley and Tucker
Doubles Team , . V
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No. 2 Man
Tfile. 5 Man
nvade Our Town
To Boost LeBaron
Caravan of 96 Automobiles
Storms Newspaper Offices
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