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

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U P ----!!!!1'f-uf' 112 ' I I :S :!!lllLll:1MiXl ---.::"""" 1 n xx n ,.,,'l!!l1Llg5aL,,e- A 'i'- lIii"ll..- ' ' f5'5iii5Eaiev?5 , QW... zqggxig ' fig v f fl F W I f 1 I up .1 Hx a j A . Mew? Published by the Pacific Student Association of the College of the Pacific, Stockton, California, on the First day of fune, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-one .... M. Frank Wolfe, Editor, Clifton Green, Ir., Business Manager, Anne McEniry, Associate Editor, and Charles Hess and Mahlon Schmidt, Art Directors. 1 M I K H , X w 3 i 1 1 I . "-"" " ""' i . """"- ' .L 1' i- T 1 il' w ' 'L ... . I 1 1 , 1 1 X .1 1 X N f fi S432 a ? 1 I I I f . w x l s ' 1 L' ' ,-1..,, . . ?,,.I'V' ,, ,. , .. 4., A centenarian is an old person. A centennial is a great institutional event. Pacilies centennial celebrates, an idea worthy of perpetuationg a Christian institution of higher teaming in a new and rather wild adventurous land of gold. That idea lixed the imagin- ation olf men and lqindled the enthusiasm ol a State. The charter came and the idea was formulated into an institution. Fifteen presidents, three acting presidents and two chancellors have led hundreds of trus- tees and Faculty memhers and thousands ol students to malse the chartered college flesh and hlood. The impact of this century has reached all continents and has left permanent influences for good, particularly on and in the Golden State. NViih the original Christian purpose still clear. Pacilic faces its second hundred years virile, determined, yet humhleg thanlqtul to God for the past, and depending on him for the future. "A Golden Century Crowns Pacilicn hecause for one hundred years this College has driven its roots deep into the very colorful and signilicant history of California. Our life and the life of the State runs parallel through some ot the most climatic events in the his- tory ol: our country. The College always met these changes with faith, hope and courage. Because of this, it has emerged strong and free. At this time we naturally loola to the future- There is no question hut that our part will he a heacon light to guide us on the greater triumph in the future. Our one hundred year history, our high academic standing. our location in a dynamic geographical area all add up to help assure this. Cf the past we are mindful-ol? the present we are faithful-of the future we are hopefull Kaffe!!-41 AY? ,A L H -s 5 1, fx 7-5: -' W ' f 1, t., .AH I XS- ,X W Q 1 .-, x X Q gg .Z.".--"5 E-.-:""xX if Q 1 as S NES' N l M WCAVQQQQXEX Q X XXKX X ww f' R W? Q QQQOSQ SXQQ X x X x N xx , K at NA X5 gg Q, X, EQ I . F 1 fl 6 9 P K X Q' FQ fX f 'I j,f"Tv-L-7 B S ' W X Jw AI-'Aa 17 5 xx I 5 X JL Z XX Nw Q9 X Q w S H ' 2 SY Jw M L1 - M fl T A7 X17 S'M' 'LLf:'ggX ffkiwx + :'z 45. ,,....-- .1 Rqif-' K' n M ' I Z - V W , I ,5T" g,-A LQ P U .5 "-2 wi fx 5 i' , ff Q'fq3fL"M ef M C36 X-S. Sfi'N fxm f L wi, 1 Mil Q Q 5 :Wwiid Conservatory, College .of Pocifi c, Stockton, Colifo ,TKT-'. 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I 13 395 af' -2- W , tx' ,hu p I 8 'a hs ':- ' , X 0 t ' 01 -is SP Cut Worthy Pedagogs V531 ' ' W is KQV! " V 'f ik 511 1 A' 5 g A 5 L i -. - Q I ' 'T 'f' X' W 'f' x ' A 1 x ,..n1' wx! 1 ,ff sw bf--N .av kv meg! G' " ' w . - fa txfi N bm in Iskra!-Ion 1.-.1 f I xggggu LLOYD M. BERTHOLF FRED L. FARLEY JOHN G. ELLIOTT J. MARC JANTZH Dean of C.O.P. Dean of Graduate Studies Dean of Conservatory of Music Dean of School of Ed Dean of Summer Ses bm in Ist-vat-ive C05 O. H. RITTER Executive Vice-president and ELLEN DEERING ELLIOTT TAYLOR LORRAINE KNOL Comptroller Registrar Director of Admissions Coordinator C.O.P. an e amass Hamm Wm K as a uma mn msn nm was S15 1x'x mass mama mn an nw a we mn fm mam www .5 Hmmm? Mn: EDWARD S. BETZ Dean of Men, College of the Pacific w U?a4lZWi'r'33fSE 'WN 'L' M. A ss E55 Em M we UWM aus H nm ,W -we unix' Waxman HM HSE mm QQ NYYAEEKQ Ba, ag , HARRIETT E. MONROE Dean of Women, College of the Pacific 21- -ss xv own ,X ws an pq. .W mann adm mm mm BL HB ss :.:::2 ,531 . TEE 1-:f Q? "' ::: I. ' if A 1-5 . QW x I :W ffegfgvy E53 is 1 af 1 K 5 as W y xxx gi , du. in ' . re?i?w5j I fs U fi. 1. 4 2 J? JOHN H. JONTE' ERNEST E. STANFORD EDNA P. GEHLKEN P1'0f9SS01' Of Chemistry P1'0f6SSOI Of B0tany Associate Professor of Home Economics GEORGE W. WHITE ALLEN W, WALDQ Professor of Mathematics Professor of Geology HOWARD L. RUNION CHARLES NORMAN HAROLD SNIA Professor of Speech Professor of Economics Professor of Soc CLAIRE C. OLSON WILLIAM D. NIETMANN Professor of Economics Associate Professor of Psychology and Philosophy eiaovfwa ent' eabs RICHARD H. REYNOLDS DR. ROCKWELL D. Chairman, Art Department California History Fo J. RUSSELL BODLEY Professor of Music DON DeVAULT J. WILLIAM HARRIS GEORGE H. COLLIVER Professor of Physics Librarian Professor of B1ble.and Religious Education MALCOLM ROGERS EISELEN FREDERICK E. STEINHAUSER Professor of History Professor of Modern Languages " 1- W-H"WWfN!lU1'f7'f'-WWW !L kf'v-""?"f 3, 1 Q o vb o gzrusfees A, .f , .fi-Lf Jw, A " ,.. ,., , ight' B 5' ,ii .1 . . - 'if ' - X f' ' A .Q A ' fafrl A - " Row 1, L to R: Mrs. Roy Weaver, Mrs. L. V. Richardson, Mrs. Percy F. Morris, William Morris, Secretary: Robert E. Burns, john W. Yates, VicewPesidentg Tully C. Knoles, B. C. Wallace, Treas- urerg William Orvis, Assistant Secretaryg Mrs. Marion Armacost, Mrs. Elois Grove, Assistant to the Secretary. Row 2: W. M. Hotel, Harry jespersen, Stanley James, E. A. Lowther, A. W. Gearhart, Russell Clay, Harry Lange Row 3: J. A. Berger, Ford Chatters, Lowell W. Berry, john R. Kenney. O. H. Ritter. Not pictured: O. D. Jacoby, President of Board. M23- My - 0' R v 5 WA ici f K g xxx X 5 I W N" ":""".4' uw, suv xndf 4 nuff' ' vm , h , , -f 1 lg ......' ln Q.. 2-'ff' N 4 Q ,P wae siv 0 "' N f'Ffr JZ' is ' un ' 4" X n 5 Gita ' H' ix- . N vw. ,, ' --gf A "Qxp A ,.:f S5 R -A 5 4 X l N X Af' P , . x a St, N X N X v 15-fgi M , . K ' 1 x 411: '51-:alla Our Statesman s E2 wang umm m wx ss ss a ggi mx mam be mn H . nm ss a 'SBE an w ss a a f m E wma.: - x ms wma QE f . enemy-mfg M3155 mil ,W e . W 1 ' sr? EStzE.s? B . QUE M EM.,E-gigimyi-mm is as swag :mf it H Q i miie? Ze W M N W -ee e were mn., segggiws me iss ,W L to R.: Bobbie Lindhorst, Bob McKibben, Rayce Mason, feanne Gist, Barbara Strand, Brit Smith, Hilda Wunderlich, Don Martin, Bill Wirt, Ira Wheatley, Dick Armbrust, Roger Wickman, Clint Arbuckle, Ken Rose, Dean Betz, Don Nottoli. 6112511 The Senate, now completing its Hrst year uncler a new College of tlwe Pacino constitution, is tlie top legislative lnocly of tlie Pociliic Stuclent Association. lwleeting twice montlwly, it car- ries on the general activities of tlnie stuclent loocly, ancl clecides tlie matters concerning campus policy, linance ancl traclitions. Tlie group is comprisecl of electecl campus oncicers as votecl upon at stuclent polls, ancl representatives from various cross-campus organizations. A - :Ss xf 4.1: -f""'Hmi2Z 5, X, Vviif' E X ff ' 'x l jr 1 , ,grf - , 3 r '- , .QQ . ' Q. A K ! f: 128 gi? I , F Y x L ,Q 3 A .V A Af ' ' X 4 I1 ' Z K Z, Q. x '. fa? gl Y 1 4 fix '9 A , ef 1 . . X T ' iq N 4' E I ..,1.,,.... my fb l I ' 8 Y QQ WWW ' QQI- 'P Q95 1 if 1-ubent ovevn mem f 02 1,4 fra... on Artin golvlvie Knbbovsl- Clint- Lj4vl1ucl4le Vice.- res. ecvel-ary Ta-easun-ex' lxflartin, genial stuclentbocly Uveepu olltcial PSA bost, is well-lmown ncl Pacilic for bis frienclliness as well r tlwe eflicieney witlw wbielw be gets FS clone ancl malces it loolc easy. For- ' a big man on Campus as Student irs Commissioner ancl Mens Y prexy, ow lincls tbat Blue Key, Amega Pbi. "all sorts ol committees" lmelp to i up a busy scbeclule. An economic r, Don liopes for a future in the of aflverlising, anal bas alreacly es- 'becl liimself in Vxfbos Nvlio in rican Colleges ancl Universities. Barbara Linclliorst, tlie gal privilegeel to sit on tbe presirlent's lap as PSA secre- tary, bas long been a song leacler anrl a member ol tbe Rally committee. During loootball season Bobbie cbanges to tbe role ol Tillie Tiger. Tommv's latest linrl but also Hncls time to serve on tlie Sun- rlay cbapel committee. ancl act as treas- urer ol Tau Kappa Kappa. Tbc Santa Barbara beauty gracluates with a clegree in business administration ancl an invita- tion to become a member of XVl1o,s Xfvbo in American Colleges. Clint Arbucltle, lilie man witlx all our money, is a veteran member of tlie Sen- ate. baving servecl last year as presiclent ol' the Junior Class. Apart from bis cluties as PSA Treasurer, bis time is occupiecl witli Blue Key, Qmega Plmi, Block P, beacl coacli ol tlwe tennis team, and a top player in intra-mural basketball games. Clint, a business Acl major, is prouclly proclaimecl by liome town citizens ol Clovis as a member of Vxfbois Vxflmo in American Colleges and Universities. 02 . . vesibent- WILLIAM WIRT, P.S.A. President Pmill Xvirl, our sturlent loocly presirlent, gracl- uatecl from Alameda Higli School in 1Q,f1f'j. wliere lwe was also Stuclent Body Presiclent. After 18 montlis in tlwe Army Meclical Corps, Bill enterecl College of tlwe Pacific as an Economics major. Among l1is main interests were lyaslcetlaall. l"le lias playecl laas- lcetloall laotti for Stoclcton College and Col- of ttie Pacilic cluring wtmicla time lie aclxievecl All Nortlmern California Junior College Con- ference lionors, California Collegiate Athletic Association honors, All Northern fialillornia lionors this year, ancl lms lnrolien llwe all-time scoring recorcl ot C,0.l.J. He lm-s also playerl for tlwe Blue anrl Golcls, tlwe top team of tlwe Bay Area Bill is now 23 years olcl ancl resicles in Manor Hall with luis Wife, Janie. Upon gracluation, Bill plans to go into tlie lnrolcerage lansiness. B111 with Wife jane Iron-Gavel Witt Star Basketball Man, T fubent- cj4ffaivs 014414461-1-ee ow L to R Mary Ann Collett, Ruth Wakeham, Marilyn Noakes, Byram Margaret R1 gs Mary Simonelli. Second row: Roger lcman Ira Wheatley Plzrlip Strayer, Rayce Mason. Not pictured: Vir- Baket Scott Mclntrre Wally Anker, Beverly Johnston. The Stuctentvs Aitairs Committee under ttie Pacific Student Association Con- stitution is a stancting committee with a chairman appointect by the President anci approved by time Senate. The members of ttme Committee may tue picked by ttme Commissioner with tiie Constitutional agreement that as a group tiiey represent as inroaci a cross section ot the campus as possible. Ira Nvtieaticy was the Stuclent Affairs Commissioner tor 1Q5O-51 year. Att of the organized Campus living groups with ttme exception of ttie Quonsets anct Manor Hail are represented. in acictition three of the committee members tive oft campus and aict in coordinating non-resictentat students in campus activ- ities. . The purpose of ttie committee is to bring tortti problems of the student body or of specific stucients, anci to act as a meeting between ttie faculty and the college student. -31- S27 S47 Back Row: Sue Billups, Ilima Kauka, Madeline Chan, Sylvia Kaplan, Alice Bogie. Seated: Mary Lue Hardey, Hilda Wunderlich, Edie Fincher. ssocial-eb Women uben The Associate Xvomen Students is a coordinating organization consisting ot all women students registered in ttie Coiiege oi' ttne Pacitic. The purpose ot the group is to review campus regulations in regard to women students and to weigh caretuiiy the inctivictuai or coiiective problems of the women on campus. Social and cilaritatnie activities are also a large part of tiie AXVS. activities. Tile semi-annual Big-tittte sister paty is an outstancting activity along witti the Spring and Xvinter tor- rnais and the att-women Spring banquet. -32- 'kk .f,-xg 1 Y i FALL ' . SPRING L to R: lack Pierce, Del Helm, Howard Pearce Don Kent, Neil Hennoclc Garth Lipslcy O O O , ' vu ex 1 atm ns ouncm AMD an-Hellenic ounci .,,.,,, FALL SPRING Seated, L to R: Beverly Johnston, Mary Lue Hardey, Roberta Top row, L to R: Karine Snyder Vonda Carlton Robyn Wrlsey Rosenfeld, Isabelle King. Standing: Virginia Null, A Edie Fincher. Bottom row Caryl Heyde Luramae Caryl Heyde, Robyn Wilsey, Luramae Sanders. . Sanders, Helen Moore Virginia Null A -as- sa X I I owwwaissioh Alb Czommiffee c5ZD6clz'gL741-Mala-us!-, Alb Commissioner' 1 The Rally committee lead by song-stylist Dick Armlourst plans an spirit-raising skits and enlerlainment furnished at svimol rallies and foolimu games. The main avcomplishmenl imy liiis comlniilee has been the introcluclion for the first time of card tricks held during half-tinwe festivities. It is the duty of this group lo maintain the great school spirit for which Lhe College of the Pacific is known. ,fo SONG LEADERS YELL LEADERS Carol Anderson, Wanda Rinehart, Ernie Ferrari. I Bud Blumenfeld, Morrie Green. Ed Blakemore ALICE BOGIE Vice-President BRIT SMITH President WENDY HAMMOND SMITH Secretary CRAIG SEAVY fnot picturedj Treasurer X b X' I 1'55'f,'f ' aa Q ,, ' I msn Vw 4 M wx ,Q my .4 ggz 2 ,Qewwssw ees 1, uh for A115 611 Com' PHIL GUTHRIE Vice-President JIM COBURN Treasurer BARBARA RUSSELL Secretary KEN ROSE President H-.Ccevs Q7 gag.-ff.. wx 'N 1 o0"'m ff-fx Xl--."'x RQ XX A . v-x ' G' .ul gix wp:-'QQ IVCOLLEQE 072 X X i,"":Nsvt C I 'F v 6- .-J,-css , gb S 'lg wb Ad- " Kc Q nxuv, ,.,T'f 6, ' Y--K"iQt-X f ,V 'X Ai S W X 'Q f" C Feiggggr V nv 9 af: THC wok D l M 6 I .cms Allji-Ax '21 I I , W , - X,- A kt , get hDZWM x I. ykwb H M W , nys Our Scholarian"s ln 1r111's 'im' 44" Ji? 'wx 1.515 01,5 11755 N VN X 'dtex . ' 'iii 1' 1 IVSTUCKTDN cm mms causes OF ,jp meme CQIAGPHALT' J u N GLB wLARMY l INDUGTIDN CENTER' ZX M-H ITIVIW QQ 9 rob ual-es ,mm ?" M M Q mln 3 , .,... ,. Q av u aw 3 , ......,.,.. -E14 Kwai ww E X 12 .N PM W 1 2 :img 3 M 513312 N V lflflygl , V A.,, f. Q. f,n,..Q 1: , . ,,, :gym -' L me -hw 11 A 1 x -xxzT'w w l - x abuates Atwater, jack Austin, john Belk. William Boone, Leonard Burns, Delcia Carter. Donald Dawson, Keith L Ducato, Rose I DuRee. Robert W Elliott, Betty ,Io h 4 Eisclcn. Alice Ellis. Barbara Endow, Noriko Ericson, Florence Evans, Harold Hutchins, Eleanor Hughes, Edward Hirsch, John Hall, Kent Hill. Kenneth Giobus. Robert Garmire, Preston Kurtz, Dudley Kossick, Robert Knapp, Edward Kaplan, Sylvia Keith, Harvey Kayser, Leslie McMahon, Robert Miller, Leland llitchler. Donald licolaysen, Sterling Ielson, Bruce Jrtez, Philip 'clgen. David lagus, Anna leece, Shirley losenfeld. Roberta lusk, Kenneth lyan, Hugh tull, Donald imoni, Carol ells, Gilbert covil, Enid hlenberg, Harry alther, Clarence asson, Robert endt, Dean interberg. Robert omhle, Earl Allen, Patricia Boles, john Boston, Ainsley, Ir. Burnham. Emma Lou Christie, Grahame Conway. joan 2 4-1 .-.Q l Kb- CZ-erm vabuafes of Del Carlo, William Haaker, Robert McAdams. Donald Mackay, Larry Mancia, Arthur Mariano, Robert Mathews, Buena Norton, Max Porter, Ralph Prince, David -Q Wood, Wilbour Rice, Delores Rinehart, Wanda Stone, Bronia Toomay, Thodore Von Husen. Margaret Whitney, Patricia Adkins, Theo, Jr. Anderson, Lorraine Anderson, Robert Anker, Wallace Arbuckle, Clinton Arbuckle, Gloria Ashley, Betty Axup, joseph I Baker, Barbara Blaue, Barbara Boggs, Bernard Boriack, Gene Brown, Elizabeth Broz, james, jr. Buchman, Robert Bundy. Lewis Busher, Gareth Caldwell, joleen Campbell, William Carlton. Vonda Chalmers, Phillip Clarke. Willard Clarkson, David Coburn, Frances Coburn, james Conaway, Harry Cooper, Olin Corra, Arthur Corra. Robert Cox, Carol rawford, Catherine unningham, Ruth urtis, Josephine abritz, David aingeriield, Lawrence elphey, Barbara ickson, Frederick, jr. ockter, Alvin onlin, Lee riFfil, Lois urst, Isabel berhardt, Robert llis, Lyman ngrahm, Milo rickson, Lois va, Anabel arthing, Gloria elten, Nicolas rguson, Carolyn Iinkbohner, jane itzgerald, Peggyann llaherty, John lujii, Atsushi -allagher. Inez nrdner, john, jr. ist, Jeanne lass, Carol oodwill, Robert oozee, Sherwood reen. Clifton, jr. ireene, Paul I Teer. Frank lrunsky. Patricia thrie, Philip thrie, Victor Hahn, Korah Hall, Sidney Ham, Dorcnf: Hanson, James Hardey, Donald Hardey, Mary Lue Harker, Esther Harris, Lorraine Hayden. Patricia Heaton, Joyce Helm, Delbert Hendry, Ellen Henning, Robert Herring, Martha Hill, Jeannine Hill, Howard Hitt, Ivan, jr. Holly, Lita Huff. Alden Hutton. Marjorie jackson, Marjory Jaton, Pat Paris Jewell, james johnson, Leslie Johnston, Bev Jones, William Kauka, Ilima Keller, Benjamin Kenrlig, Edwin Kessler, Hazel King, Isabella Kling. Rodney Kong, Roy Kossick, Robert Kraft, Vernon aird, Benjamin ,aird. Ruth ane, Robert eighton. Robert enderman, Charles awler, Patricia indhorst, Barbara oder, Arthur. jr. oefller, Donald undstrom, Lloyd, jr cAllaster, Alan cAdams, Donald cDonald. David .cEniry, Anne cGhee, Betty Intyre, Jack Intyre, Scott Kenzie, Bonnie Kibben, Robert drid, John riano, Robert rks, Fillmore rtin, Donald rdinger, Robert ler, Adah Marie lina, Esther ore, Helen son, Mary rien, Daniel ahl, Doris azian, Gladys odi, Gerald rce, Howard e, Kenneth 0, Randall Pritchett, Paul, Jr Proffitt, Nadene Pruett, Don Ouick, Alida Reed, David Reelhorn, Robert Rhodes, Mary Riggs, Margaret Robles, Mildred Rose, Dorothy Rose. John Rose. Kenneth Rosqui, Thomas Rush, Robin, Jr. Russell. Barbara Sabelman, Sara Salini, Shirlee Sandelius, Stanley Schlink, George Schenider, Roger Schoening, Roberta Seley, Russell Shadley, Frank Shorb, Raye Silva, David Simonelli, Mary Smith, Edna Mae Smith, Leslie Smith, Thomas Southwell, Eugene Spooner, Leroy Stabrook, Merle Stanger, Richard Stauff, Naomi Stetson, Marian rom, William aeger, W. Keith aylor. Mary Belle hienes. E. Janet homas. Darrell l horne, Donald otton, Peggy oy, Hazel 'achiotis, Dean silton, Jack nwyenburg, Adriana 'adsworth, Ralph agner, Joyce ahrenbrock, Kenneth arren, Jo Ann lasson, Betty eatley, Ira ite, Raymond itney, Patricia lf Roger Allred, Grover Belk, William Bertrand, Clyde Boone, Robert Bourgeault. Stanley Brown, Elizabeth Brandkamp Warren Byram, Dorothy Codiga. 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EISLEN Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Epsilon Omicron JOHN WITHERSPOON President ROY STOREY Vice-President BONNIE MacKENZIE Secretary- Treasurer Women's "Yu MARY CAPPA President BETTY JENSEN Vi ce-Presid ent URSULA HERRICK Secretary LURAMAE SAUNDERS Treasurer -54- Aquatic Club TOM OSTMAN President VELMA LITTLE Vice-President DOTTY DAYTON MYRA KAUKA Secretary B OYD MICKLEY Treasurer Associated Music Students JOHN RANDO President BEVERLY CARPENTER Secretary LA VERNE KRULL Treasurer Beta Beta Beta ROBERT BUCHMAN President DON FREEMAN Vi ce-President JOHN WARD Secretary PEGGY PICKERING Historian -55.- Block "P" DON NOTTOLI President D ON HARDEY Vi ce-Presid ent DON JACOBUS Secretary- Treasurer - T California Student Teachers Association LLOYD TEEL President DON NOTTOLI Vice-President MARY LOU HARDEY Secretary JACK FERRILL . Treasurer Chi Rho PEGGY TOTTON President DOUG CAMPBELL Vice-President BARBARA DELPHEY Secretary-Treasurer ..56.. Economics Club DON MARTIN President DOUG SILKEY Secretary-Treasurer Hostel Club EDWIN KENDIG President ALMA JEAN SMITH Vice-President MURIEL SYVENSON Secretary- Treasurer -57- Delta Mu Eta BEVERLY VOWEL President DOROTHY PEDRO Vice-President HAZEL CORLISS Secretary-Treasurer 5: 4 ,. .. Q W. Mu Phi Epsilon JOYCE HEATON President JUNE HUNT Vice-President PATRICIA ALLEN Recording Secretary GLADYS PAPAZIAN Corresponding Secretary EDNA SMITH Treasurer Knolens FALL FRAN COLLIVER President LOIS RICO Vice-President NADINE PROFFITT Secretary SPRING VONDA CARLTON President NADINE PROFFITT Vice-President LOIS DRIFFILL Secretary Ortha Meta Para PAUL GREEN President GILBERT BRINK Secretary-Treasurer .-SS.. 'acific Christian Fellowship FA LL GLORIA PETERSON President ROGER WIEST Vice-President LILIA INOSANTO Secretary-Treasurer SPRING GORDON PETRIQUIN President DAVE LEWIS Vice-President SHIRLEY BERRY Secretary GEORGE PEETE Treasurer .er hw. R, .s,. u, Physical Education Club CLARA MAE KENNEDY President VELMA LITTLE Vi ce-President GEORGIA SIEVERS Secretary EVELYN DABRITZ Treasurer -59- Phi Mu Alpha FALL JOE AXUP President ART C ORRA Vi ce-Presid ent SAM KAMILOS Secretary B O B C ORRA Treasurer SPRING JOE AXUP President ART CORRA Vice-President BILL HARTLEY Secretary JAMES GOFORTH Treasurer R Qfwu- Pi Kappa Lambda MARY BOWLING President EARL OLIVER Vice-President VJESLEY M ORGAN Secretary JOHN ELLIOT Treasurer Psychology Club EUGENE A. SOUTHWELL President JOHN A. DuPREE Vi ce-Presi d ent TOM STEPHENS Secretary INEZ GALLAGHER Treasurer Sigma Delta Psi Membership BILL ANTILLA BRIT SMITH JOHN TOFFELMIRE DALE KEYSER ARNER GUSTAFSON ROBERT MCMAHON LEE GOFF RAY COPENDALL vw av B ., nf, is .. We Q , s I if S, lf nn S J 'Q M gmail ,ix 5312 i if iff? We an 1 ' Student Engineering Society FALL DEAN TRACHIOTIS President MILO INGRAM Vice-President EDWARD KENDIG Secretary ROBERT ZOLLINGER Treasurer SPRING MILO INGRAM President ROBERT HENNEY Vi ce-Presid ent JOHN GARDNER Secretary GEORGE AMOSS Treasurer Theta Alpha Phi WILLIAM STROM President BARBARA BLAU Vice-President MARY RHODES Secretary SHERWOOD GOOZEE Treasurer Womerfs Recreation Association SYLVIA KAPLAN President CLARA MAE KENNEDY Vice-President BEVERLY BORROR Corresponding Secretary JEANIE LENFEST Treasurer .-621 I T1 ger Tmrler, FALL NADINE PROFFITT Presxdent LYMAN ELLIS Vrce Presrdent MURIEL SNVENSON Secretary SPRING ALMA JEAN SMITH Presrdent PEGGY ATKINS Vrce Presxdent JANE TAYLOR Secretary Q 9. M .ix ,S-4lr..,,A :, ELL, - , ,K Y ' F L - if! 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JOHNS ilaclq .loncsg ARNE, Stephen Dietriclug A NUI' Narylnelle Rylnergg ANOTHER NURSE, Be Xkfaltersg SODA CLERK, Bolo Spackman, MA. LINE, Sondra Clwapmang DOROTHY SHILI' Bai-bam Baglini: FLORENCE DANA IVIOC HEAD, lxflarian Stetson. I Ilclnclicatcs memlnersliip in Tlwla Alpliu Phi, Nall Dramalic Socicly. , I DeMARCUS BROWN Director, PaciHc Theatre ' ' W" v ffuw-I ffifaff PRODUCTION MANAGER, .Iames Jewel STAGE IWANAGER, Don Rolninsong CRIEXV. Spaclcman. Harry Hurst, Edwai-cl lfalwng ELEC CIAN, Slierwooil Goozeeileg ASSISTANT, C l'leycleg PROPERTIES, Beverly Walters, AE' TANTS, Paz-iiliai-ii Baglini, Idorene Leaihi WA ROBE, lvlarylnelle Rylverg, lvlarilyn Gillmcrlg AS TANYII, lvlericlyllw Russell. l tlzlnflicates memlversliip in Tlwta Alpha PIII, Null Dramatic Society. 11 I By J. B. PRIESTLY V Cp-sf HUR ISIRLINCT, Sherwood Gcmzceicg GER- CROFT. .lmmfs Icimeg SHELIA BIRLING, nm Mcmnlmnz SYISIL BIRLINU. Carolyn Rc-issg YA, Nm-ylvellc Ryluergg ERIC BIRLING, Jack 5 INSPECTOR GOGLE, 'l'hmnas Rosquia. aies nwlnberillip in Tfwla A131161 Phi, National malic Sociafy. 4z'u5,.fc,.1 Qmff UE MANAGER. Xkfillmfl Cilflrkrfi ASSIS- T, Nlary IQINJQIQSZ ELECTRICIAN, B013 Xvas- ASSISTANT, Doreen Dmilrilig PROPERTIES. na Anclressg LIBRARIAN. Marylweue Ryberg. 30105 rnclnfwership in Thclu Alpha Phi, Nalional mwlic boriczly. ANTHONY REID Technical Director, Pacific Theatre in ' uf A mfeet- 014: Z-ecknzml ,Qmff STAGE MANAGER, Bob laaneg ASSIS- TANTS, Eel Davies, lvlranli Deparsia, Dee lvleelc, Pat Ellis, Beverly Nvalters, Al ilericoll, Ray Roclolf, Janet laevyg ELECTRICIAN, Bill Siromili, ASSlSTANTS, Marybolla Ryborg, lxlax Norton: XVARDROBE, Harloara Blauellg ASSBTANTS, Lilas lnlarcourt, Slairley Neil- son, Alice Brouse, Mary Lesperance, Mary Newport, Pat rlllwomasz l3lQQl3ER'l'lES, lliarlnara Blcrlxlaliong ASSlS'l,lAN'l'S, lxflarilyn lVlaclison, Sonclra Cllapmang l.,lBRARlAN, Marilyn lVlacl- ison: REHEARSAL PlANlST, Donald Dol- larcllwicleg Settings clesigfnecl lay Bill Strom. mln- clicates memberslmip in Tlweta Alploia ljlwi Nation- al Dramatic ljraternily. wx By WALTER KERR o fxbfvf' BARNABY CEOODCHILD, Dick Armlurus PRISCILLA, Robyn XVilsey: VILLAIN, Vvli lard Clarita-52 AUNT CHAIRTY, Donna Gal' laartg A MAN, Karl Darnlaacluerg FIDDLEF Sherwood Goozeelltg HENRY. Clill Greer MARY JANE, Balns Dix: A YOUNG GlRl Slmirley Neilson: ELLA, Virginia Gralwarr JOHNNY, Franli Sorianellog l:RANKlE, Frar' ces Pinig SQL TRASKER, .lim Curley: Nlil, LIE BLY, Billoa Jeang HAPPY, Buryl Kramer BOSS. Bill Silulev: MRS. JONES, Mar Rlwoclesxg A DAUGl'lTl3R, Eileen 'Russellg X DAUGHTER, Claire Faroyg A DAUGHTER Bonnie Dietriclag TRAMP, Dave Be-rgmar SAD BUM, .lolmn Poulosg HUM. Tecl Smalley POlalCElVlAN, .lim Laneg TYCOON ,Tor Rosrruig SECRETARY, Sonclra Clwapmarl STENGGRAPHER. Nancy Chapel: MAXIEI Bnlulwie Anclressg TRlGGER lVlOl..LY, .lac .lonesg BABY, lxllarge l,o,qesong A lVlOBSrllERl Paul Spier, BAR'l'ENDliR, Dave lxflanley. :ib- ilioatcs memlaerslwip in rlllmela Alplia Pbi Na tional Dramatic: Fraternity. e raft-or ' By HERMAN WOULK Cast QOFESSOR TOBIAS EMANUEL, Bill lnleyg JANE BAILEY, Maryluelle Rylnerg: IARGARET, Barlnara Amlressg PROFES- UR ALLEN CARR, Tlmomas Rosquiyg EVA CKEON, Barlmm Nlclvlalnmg LIEUTEN- INT HENDERSON, Jack Jones: MR. FIS- NGER, Bill l'lcComoviCI1g CAPTAIN GAL- XGHER, Slwerwoocl Goozeeikg REYNOLDS, mil Chalmers: CHIEF XVILSON, David Man- v. l.lEU'l'ENANT SlVll'l'H, James Lane' lAlN'llVlONTREE, Karl Damlmclner, A MAN mes Curleyg ANQTPIER MAN, Xvill Cluflg 1lEF Pl-lARlVIAClST'S MATE, Paul Spier. llclicales memlwerslwip in rlllwela Plfmi National ramatic Fralemily. 1 Z-ecbnical Bmff STAGE MANAGER, Beverly Xvaltersg AS SISTANT, Eclwarcl Kahn: ELECTRICIAN Shirley Ncilscn, Dee Meelc: PROPERTIES Donna Gelolwart, llucly Alleng LIBRARIAN Barlaara Baglini. tubio Z-beat-x a , f Awavnev uvfon 5 Weeb le PROLOGUE, ,Ioan IYICGOWQIIQ DICCON, Paul Spierg MODGE, Pete Dnncang TYP, Elaine Lillleg GAMINJIER GURTON, Bobbie Anclressg COCKE. AI JCriColT3 DATVHVIE- CHATTE, Sondra Chapmang DOLL, .Ioan Mcflowang DR. RAT, Dave Manley: MAS- TER BALYE, .lim Lime. Crow: DRECTION. Bold Xvassnng STAGE TVTANAGER, Dave Manleyg ELECTRICTAN, Doreen Dmitriclqg PROPERTIES, Lorena Ivlasong PUBLICIITY, Laurel Hiicieriurancl, Billie Jean .lonesg .LIBRAR- IAN, Gloria Burgess. E S 'fiksssms Asia BOB WASSON Student Director WILLIAM STROM I Student Director Czkvisfvnas Crave, EBENEEZER SCROOGE, Bill Silyieyg BOB CRATCHIT, Paul Spierg COLLECTOR, Pele Duncan: IVIARLEY, Dave Manleyg TINY TILT. Donald MCDonaiclg FRED, Dave Wien- delsolmg GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST, Rutiwann Russeug SCROOGE AS A BOY, ECI Daviesg TVIRS. FEZZIXVIG, Marijean Kei- Ierg YOUNG GIRL, .Ioan McG0wang YOUNG SCROOGE, .lack Nixg YOUNG GIRL. Nlar- iiyn Nlaclisong CRATCHTT, Donna Gelnlwartg BELINDA, Elaine Littleg OF CHRISTIVIAS PRESENT, Sondra Chap- man: OHOST OE CHRISTIVIAS YET TO COTVTE, Dave Tvlanleyg TVIRS. DILBER: Mar- ion Cramerg SADIE, Barbara. Anclress. rob uct-Cons oct-ov in rife of Hivhsalf SGANARI'-Il.l.E, Bill Silyleyg INIARTINE. .loyce Os- lworng INIR. ROBERT, Paul Spierg LUCAS, Eel lloyiosg VALERE. Dave lylnnleyg GEPONTE, LE- ANDRE, lfcl Zuclwcllix 'l'l'llBALl'lT, Teal Smalley: PERRIN, ljrzmlc De Pnrsm. Crew: DIRECTOR, Tom Rnsqui: STAGE IVIANAGER. Balss Dixg LI- PJIQARIAN, lin!-lmrn Boglinig ELISCTRICIAN, Dol'- C011 Umilrilag ASSISVITANT, Sanclra Cl'1apn1ar13 AD- VER'l'lSllNlO Bolm Spalunun, Eel Dnyiesg ASSIS- TANFIIS, Tcnl Inolley, Framla De Pafsiag PROPEIQ-I TIES, lVlnrilyr1 lYlarliso1'1, Bolylnic Anelressg XVARD- ROBE, Rutlwann Russell: ASSISTANTS, Loretta lv,l?lSOl'I,, lxflarilyn rllouglw. THOMAS ROSQUI Student Director WILLARD CLARKE Student Director M ggbeal HusLnub LAD Y BASILDON, June Dielzg MRS. IVIARCHIVIQNT, Slwlrlcy Neilsen: IVIABEL CHILTERN, Billce Jean .lonesg LADY CHIL- TERN, Joyce Oslnurnz MASON, Karl Dam- lmcherg MR. BARFORD, Pal Ellisg LADY .IANE BARFORD, Rosslyn Slossg LORD CAVERSHAIVI, XVIIIinm Sellpylli LADY IVIARKBY, Alice Bfonseg MRS. CHEVELEY, IVIarian Cl"E1lTlGl'Tl:1 LORD GORING, David Ivlanleyg PHIPPS, Paul Spierg SIR ROBERT CHILTERIXI, Ted Smalley. Crew: DIREC- TOR, Xvillerel Clarlig ASSISTANT DIREC- TOR, aol Spierg STAGE MANAGER, Dee Meeks NVARDROBE, Rosslyn Slossg ELEC- TRICIAN. Lorella lvlason, IJROPERTIISS, Pat Ellis: PUBLICITY, rliccl Snlolleyg SOUND, Penny l:itzg'c1'z1lcl:Il. Tlmlicalcs llT6lTll1JCI'SlTlp In Tllela Alplw Plui National Dramalic Soviety. uvbev In f e at-bevbal ARCHBISI-IOP 'l'llOlN'lAS A. BECKET. Riclwarcl lvlerrilielclg PRlESrl1S, Paul Spears, Bill Sliaclley, Bill Hecomoviclwg HERALD, Al rlericolfg 'l'ElVlPTER,S, Tad Smalley, Barbara Anclress. Tom Rosqui, Barlnara lvlalvlclwong KNlGl'lTS, Dave Manley, Pat Ellis, Pliil Claal- mers: NVOMEN OF CANTERBURRY, Vir- ginia Quesenluerry, Billie Jean Jones, Donna Gelblwarclt, Sonclra Clwapman, Mary Lesperance, Belly Stoiz, aloyce Osbourne. Crew: DlREC- TOR, James Jawellg STAGE MANAGER, Barbara lxflalxflalmong ELECTRICIANS, Clif Green, Loretta lVlasong l3ROPERTlES, lxflar- ilyn Madison: XVARDRGBE, Alice Brouse. MRS. EDITH MOORE Hostess, Fallon House ,,Q.,v.-wr, A.. ..M..:swQ.v-f--as-r-C .raw--rag. e JIM JEVVELL Student Director gallon House czkeat-ve Sioriecl Columlwia is locateol just on" tlwe California 40 lmiglwway, four miles nortli of Sonora, ancl only 80 miles east ol? Stoclalon, seat of tlwe lwome campus of tlwe College of tlie Pacilic. Columluia is an icleal place to comlnine summer stucly ancl recreation. The Fallon House Tlrieatre provides excellent facilities for llwe Pacilic 'lqldeatre Columbia Company. 'lille auclilor- ium, accommoclaling 250 people, is lleaturecl lay a quaint lworseslme lualcony, ancl is restored in perfect representation of tlwe periocl of ils lwey clay. But laaclcsrage tlwere is a praclical, moclernly equippecl stage ancl scenery slaop. ample clressing rooms witlu moclern conveniences ancl sluowers. Sierra resort Centers. swimming, lmorselnaclc rirling, bicycling, lmilc- ingz and explorations of tlwe Glmost Towns provirle relresluing arlventurc in tlme lwills of tlue lK'lotl1er Lode. A v'- . nf, Q. f-.41-g'Qf,4-wLil?2wW"Ee 1'- QIN A. ' ' 'L l' A Q , W' A Q 5 .X vm 3 .L in v3 M nn-1" . ,- w - 1 A ,W Avon 'obo Mff FRANK VVOLFE Ed1tor CLIFTON GREEN, JR. Business Manager ANNE McENIRY CHARLES HESS - MAHLON SCHMIDT Associate Editor Art Directors am DON DRAGOO Sports Editor ms as an an wa ma l EARL WASHBURN - BOB CRETE Naranjado Adviser mn mum na- s an wa ss ,aa mmf E as ms 'W ma wma an yr a any -wa aw-,sm Bottom Row CL. to R.j:Mary Lee Bowman, Bobbie Andress, Sue Kenney, Bev Walters Nancy Parry, Penny i rley Rhode Top Row Bill Divine, Lee Donlin, rrard, Bobbie Lmdhorst Bob Coon, Betty fensen Fitzgerald, Shirley Burke, Polly Wendels, Muriel Swenson, Slz Marsha Gilbert, Lois Barber, Wally Levin, Beryl Rupe, jim She x'i'ig5.fisE,,aisiiTss,fsi NZM fgmiiiamaw, ,wgigigzw H 1 " -'ff H X uqid-gga ani? jg-W E--M 95 -Wg, .YMLMEKK-'J L ffvji X Www H im ' -.-gg M 5 2.1 I an Bm f M ' 'W z 1 - 1 faery: 1 an ai BSEMM VM" 2 3 .ffm fd A' M 55 gf? Z Q ROBYN WILSEY BEVERLY JOHNSEN MARILYN REED DEE MOONEY Student Government Administration Organization Activities l' SALLE WADDELL MARY LEE BOWMAN NANCY BARTLETT J JIM SHERRARD ' Living Groups Living Groups Copy Editor Living Groups i bifovioi fgfaffl ' if X JEAN HARDIE CARYL SAUNDERS LAURAMAE SAUNDERS JIM JEWELL POLLY VVENDELS Drama Editors Art Staff RICHARD YIP ROY STOREY WALLY LEVIN CONNIE SPINETTI Contributing Artist Radio Editor Publicity OH9ce Manager 'U 'Z , ,li .::5E.:.: N P 'lv E? W K thi' H EQ Az Q 1, , Sie: 3,5 , 82,21 J' , t .J ' DQ gif, fam 5 s E ' xv I N v wx 1 .4' i Q -f'iF.Q2E F? ff an 5 ffggx HW :W E' MQEEM B QL, LU: . N -his-My w,,...,mq ci ic m a wx-uggiymv-1 Q .-- KNEE? SSBHIZW sms nm me ms ...S mm ,,. - am Q me ww mx wmv ww: e new wa as ss w -B rig wi Y' is R155 ann M is me NM ,,..,.. Q. 4 . ,,w.,1x1 .Nth 1 sg PHIL GUTHRIE VONDA CARLTON Sports Editor Editor all Storey. Back Row: Phil Guthrie, Phil Korbholz, Marilyn Wo Lorna Kirshen, Sue Thompson, Vivian Prunty, Ed Powell. ED POWELL JIM M Publications Week! Commissioner rob ucfs Front Row, CL. to RJ: Deane Pratt, Ira Wheatley, Bob,Young, Don Tafjen, Alice Eiselerz, Vonda Carlton, Ro odall, Geoff Thomas, Alan McAllister, Ed Zuchellz 'lp www. :awww B as amz: is an sf uf- as ss ss ssmxi um 'is nm- ss . Lx Inna qv .l..... w E ms -may as ms es mm H H m we m we walt ms wuwww mn ss was an was -gum -,Q .. X , -new .M.,,,,a, vm S MII JIM COLBURN Business Manager D ADAH MARIE MILLER ED ZUCHELLI Editor Sports Editor M Iaviva Fran Row CL. to RJ: Rod Kling, Sue Thompson, Loma Kirshen, Ed Powell. Second Row: Phil Guthrie, Marie Rutz, Vivian Prunty, Adah Miller, Don Tafjen, Roy Storey. Third Row: George Neal, Bob Young, Ira Wheatley, jim Coburn, Phil Korbholz, Marilyn Wood, Geoff Thomas, Alan McAllister, Ed Zuchelli. ms -'--- WV- T 4 i . O145C1'VAfO1' JOHN G. ELLIOTT Dean of the Conservatory A Cappella Choir under the direction of f. Russell Bodley an b .Re evsa Ovckesfva e evsa -80.-. Musical Appreciation Class Music Library, College of Pacific Beginning Chorus Class Elementary Piano Class if he 3 ai F fr 65' M61 - ti gr- 'Q E 'S if B ,, N ,ff '- 3 : 3 , S E4 'fi . T Y K R ,. . . 7 ,,.f8 Sink 5 .4 , 1. Y '. ' 4 W 45 :fl ' if ' - ' .. .. if .. . .... Q "K - J 5' ' . f- K -f2?f5?'f5lIiQg.5' W - W . . ii ', Q-,-4 'S f 5' A , I Q :tg , f :-at 5 2-:-:gg-z 'fx 22? , .1 ' Mae, ---- .... , :.. v ,' - ,.--:' 1 ,Msg V 45 2 3 . 5-' 1 an 5 52 .QQ T Q Q M , ,.... -V 2, vw .1.L. A 4 W' -M , ,Qx : - . , ' V , - E. wi - Q A - J 1 R. , if if . "h" 1' V , .- A: 4 . ' - " , Xrfff .' Q , S sv xi ., "A1' V ,W A' - ' 4 ,gig Kit " , '- 55 V V '51, x ' ,V -' 1.2.4, M. ,J . 5 ": , , V Au. ljjlijj ' .- :arp : , . .-My f 1 . 24 JM "" ,V-' . 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J. MARC JANTZEN Dean of the School of Education ,,1,a,..f---mv'-"' Practice teaching in Home Economics "Art for teachers" class and projects L -an 'ww k.q.-..,,,,,ff Frances Cobb, Receptionist: Mabel Smith, Secretaryg Nancy Bailey, Education Major x v 1 l 1 T aci ic abio . . . ...:.,.,., mu gag W- get mg was germ we EEZ? new Q22-.:'5' Ease m'QVLS 2 Q Q H it Q N 2 We Va. BSS?-HHH em me -'Sip lm FM 371-S8 N EERE - f V was H2222 grass-Haier: ssggriig -im an X ,W is .j. Q ,grip-XZ: - meme E.-H-it fre- M E . J CZVUV E is sz was E355 EEE s Tmxaea JOHN CRABBE, Director Radio Paciiic BILL RAMSEY, Assistant Director This is Radio Pacific, line House that Cralntne Built. Une of the top utourist attractions" on the campus is the Radio Pacific quonset, the hundred ttmousanci dollar plant beaming taottl speciat campus programming on KAEO anct Stoctcton's souncts of Pacific on KCVN. The radio division was createct tor two reasons: it ctevetops people to take ttmeir places in time taroactcasting inctustry, and it ctevetops people quatiliect to act intelligently as trainert tisteners, motcting ttme greatest of the putatic opinion inliuences. From the ttwrce studios and over the remote tines this year have come ttme Finest Pacific has to otierz ctrama, music, news anct att ttie other programs that matte good fare for tide listeners. We were trearct not only in our own area. Ttdrougii ttie transcription net work of the intercollegiate Broactcatsing System, our ioroactcasts were aired throughout the XVest. Xve tietpeci tauitct cottage ractio through participation in ttiree top-tevet conferences. NVoricing wittiin the ractio structure are ttle members of Alpha Epsilon Omicron, ttie honorary ractio fraternity which owns and operates KAEO. AEO, only open ttlrougti time point system, encourages students to participate in att phases of radio, from writing to knob-twisting at the big GE control panels. Radio Pacific, the cradle of tomorrow's great taroactcatsing inctustry .... an rg, BARNEY BANKS, Assistant Engineer, KCVN MARILYN LIVINGSTCN, Program Director KCVN JIM JOLLY, Chief Engineer, KCVN MERCEDES WITHERSPOON, Station Secretary Will .Q-"""f IU! JOHN WITHERSPOON Sears Award Wmner for Fall 50 DRAMA REHERSAL FOR I AM TIME Wrxtten and produced by Bob Durham was ss mn mn in was a Ja4f0 . JCVMV .......--w..m,.,....-D... PaciEc's Frist Television Class Spot" Sportcasters Y 411- ,. :,: if , 2 bf 2 msn CSL Xi? n if O O 6 QNX rw ,XX ,N. - if 1 f-NA' MX,- wi' ' WHEEL HH E? M8755 e 'Kwan ,. W 5 K ' 'ss mis 5 3335! --: mg K Wm Q 2- 3 if Q X I Q X Q i wa fx N H , gf p,-.Eff H y . . ?::: 2 3: 'a ,Q 3 'Q 'T -1 -n' x "i1333f---1' - V IE. 5: . ' ,rig ,H QW V w TN In W ,iz I :SL 5 ::z::' ,N 5 ,H B -x - ' Z-5 .sq ,M .... 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Engineer Promotion Ee 52 is 1.35, HEM, -0 Im M . ,Y PM N lmignvmaww Y-M I vawmigew' 'Wm in , 4559 - we I , ww' E5 HELEN DOOLEY RICHARD REYNOLDS EARL WASHBURN Director of Art Education Chairman of Pacific Art Center Director of Applied Arts JIM KANEKO POLLY WENDELS CLYDE BERTRAND VIRGINIA PRI , I I act sc rf' eu fer PAUL PETERSON VJALT POLENSKE JOANNE TUCKER JANE WANDAM 'lrn 115411 I f+L9ff il -A Event L 69 ,w N -.ul ,VM 1 'I f th', at I 57' I WX-,R I Z Ah- The College of the Pacific Debate Team palms!-e College lorensiC avliviiics inciluclecl in Lliis Cenlcnnial paiecl in Discussion ancl Dual Dclmlc willw colleges ol' ille A a 'X'ra. Bly I lc l Faculty Advisor of the Pacific year Lim Xvestern Assofiialion Specclw rliournamenl, Los . Q, X Angeles, tlwe Norllwwcslcrn lnviiaiiun al, Linlielcl College ' ' ii in Oregon, llwe Savage- Forensic' in ljuranl, Olqlalwmu. and in Y ' llie Nalional Plwi Kappa Delta Conveniion in Slillwater. -2 ij Olclalwoma. Ouislanclinv ainonv a line llwougli clrall-riclcllecl 1- me , , Uk 'A G' ' '4 I , 1,3332 leam were lvlargarcl Riggs. lvlzlrggnrcl. Puliflw, anil Kuri ' .' - 55 753 ,xii 1, l 4 NI f ' A 'ffl Ag-VL 'lfffcgilz zfnliiiiilil' aycr' 95 f f . fu' ' -E 'J 1 - a U , ,.K.,!1 1 i nk, af ,L mai F , v . f T - - if-Q-xi-,525 Y I rl H. Q l I y l L. fl. Q U E 4 d 'I r IL,-, ig --ll Y , gg... 2 Y ,4.,i'.as1L23?l3.gS',:s?m n nm ciion 0 ,oinimincn ac ni ics 'IL squa fi so pfu ici- i Y ji m 4. , i IZ: EDWARD S. BETZ Debate Team BOB WOODS - ART LODER T MAYER - MAX NORTON MARGARET RIGGS - MARGARET PULICH JOE GALLEGOS - GEORGE NUNN .,.--. ff-fs 'M' 1- JL T K - in x -55. 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Gebhart, D. Gutcher, D. Haymie, H. Herrick, U. .QI if + - H H in H Funk. B. Gerbing, B. Haley, P. Heaton, J. Hitch, D. fn A -' - n.:2:22s,:2-I . -' - ""H' ,' X ' i 1 225. 0 , H 2 . f .,.,. ip n a a F MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Adams, Andress, Appleby, N. Atkins, Baker, Barber, Bentz, J. Berry, M. Berry, S. Ching, M. Cocke, E. Coombs, L. Davis, P. Dyke. S. Ellis, L. Cramer, D. Aldridge, M. Crozier, C. joy, D. , Allen P. Dean, B. Kai-Kee, P. Cunningham' I' Baumgartner, G. Flaharty, H. Kinne, B. Cunningham' R, Borror, B. Gales, E. Kostal, E. Fall Pffsideflf Burgess, G. Hampton, J. Lesbo. M. Burton, C. Hayward, P. Levy, J. Chan M. Hibbard, J. Lutz, M. An informal group Signing out E .1 O14 '40-u , 'Q Q ' 5 Q an - if ' l - 'L xt ' v Y .J Q: m' f..' . K . ' " l 'V q ' 1' ji , V,vA.:' .E , 'F'-, ,,.-Q lffiffevu, Q' ' -'..,,,f3j , V 5-'ii , Fl in " " ig ,i I zuzb E' f f . 1 'r' L S Lf A . " .,,. by ' Q s Q: A . ' 1 X x . F V Ex A f - . ' Q A 3 , , . ' ' . i w- f l-Q ' , f A I' 'jf - , ,,,.,. f 2- . Q v I , lv , ,, Ly 5 V Q, , 7 ,. 1? , 1 , as E 1. 0. L. 1 -RM, 1 ,Q QQ., r , I. .. W: ss. l f ' H v A .. -Z :-: 5.1.52 . . :Q ,- V . , 1 A w .N Q r U , A A. Y. I I Wuxi V Ri ' in-7. , jg - ,K W- if ' " , f' .,,. in ' Q 1 A xl X W' 4 mf Lesperance. M. McKinnon, B. Milani. Ja-nice Nelson, L. Peterson, B. H ' , 1 -me M5 Y Lien, G. Marr, M. Moller, L. Oakes, I. Phillips, M. D 'VK H 'Ii . McBride, R. Miesen. C. Moore, M. Olson, P. Proffitt, N. -' 117.3 I 5 ' .ig Spring President zln ' .1 M , 'fl I, Mcohee, B. Mimi Janet Neilsen, s. Pamson. B. Racine, D. 'lr' ' , A la5'x"ALA'Q V Thompson, N. ' I Von V - znr . .,.. 5 Konynenburg,A , i' 10 . 1 Vowel, B. ' , vii' Af ! ' I L....... b ' Wagner. J. l , .... n' ' , i Wing, L. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED . 1 f l Martin, W. Patten, B. Stevens, C. Ralph' G. Rutzv M- McMaster, M. Peek, E. Tamba, K. Miller, H. Rogers, A. Taylor, B. Reece- S- RYYJEFE. M- Miller, N. Salsa, L. Webber, V. Remey, A. Schmidt L Milne, j. Schmidt, P. Weeks, . l ' ' Newbury, E. Schoening. R. Wilcox. M. Robinson- J- Sebastian' T' Osborn. J. Smxth. P. Wnght, M. Roggi, V. Steele' S. Rupe. B. Taylor, M. Reading in the living room Waiting for the dates . 76 ll "fe I 35 1-f' 152.1 ,-. 54 .V I . .,.. 5 ,E Mn jhlg-e. v' 7' fm .X 1 T xl 1 n A l l--,J Looking at the notice board Signing out-an old custom MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Alexander, D. Cushman, K. Allen, J. Borcherdt, P. Fornaciari J' Anderson, N. Brooks, .P. Kennedy. J- M , J. Spggghulgiksgent Brophy' P' Pagcfoiiaitik M. oyner, . Baglini, B. Brouss, A. Barnhill, D. Brown, B. Bertsch, C. Bullintgon, J. - my l Burns, D. Carlile, J. Crocker. D. Donegan, M. Feisel, J. Gallagher, L. . we ' 1. ,g I W Y" Burns, K. Carter, C. Dalbey, C. Drake, P. Ferguson. B. Garner, A. X , 1 Calloway, E. Christensen, J. Deaver, H. Dunbar, L. Fletcher, M. Gibson, E. ' Campbell, B. Corliss, H. Delphey, B. Eckert, M. Fox, S. Goltz, M. ij Campbell, M. Coulter, A. Delphey, M. Estep, D. Freeborn, Y. Grattone, V. 5.35, " .191 - A"" ' f -"" ' I q . .Q 5 M gf 5-. 'ggfr .. ' 'WW .. 4 1" ' ' W 'Q ' .4 ' . ' I A ,,. " . D' In - :': "'..,, , . i l ' W? ,.. In Q v::. I ,.., I :,... 5 ,...I: Y.,.. E- 1, Liz. .. .b i 4 Q - wif' :ai D 5 1 ' . , .. r ..,, ,. , -lll ' f f' . ,M '- " f A I X 1 .,.'.. A pf ,.,, A. ' ,- -:---... , -'Z fa A f r . , h 2 " S' -2 ef' A: -' A . 1. ..1'e . '--- - :f'v v i s 4 . ' . , . er A . r gf - . L I.. v.'- , v v V H E v ,I :..,,.,.-I A l Y ' E ' f xx .-'I Q ,ff 91 fx ome 3 'ff-3f'lfP A- . .,. J pb ':'. ,ggi Y I t rf 'a f :" A - . ' A . .. .. ' , i l, Q .,. .,.. li V F . I 5 , 5 , X E' J 1 K., e 4 Greene. Hahn, Harrell, Hastie, Hjerpe, P. K. E. W K. A . ::' 'sz 3' A ., f e' E ff: . ws ff' N 5 2 .gf '::.-J I ' Seb-J 'QM' uv P: 3 95. .gg . 'A -i . . Q, if The girls ga ther MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Scheuner, M. Sloss, R. Staflield, L. Thompson, S. Ulm, H. H R hodes ,K Yearian, Y. Little. V. Macedo, J. Nelson, R. Ramer, K. Roberts, A. Sedwick, B. Little, V. Monnich, M. O'I-Ianneson, M. Rhode, S. Romano, J. Severance, J. McFadden, P. Mozanoff, B. Ortner, C. Rice, K. Rowe, S. Smith, C. McGowen, J. Mumford, L. Peyton, V. Richards, C. Sableman, S. Smith, E. McKinney, B. Myers, B. Quick, A. Riggs, M. Schell, C. Sojourner, P. Fall President .V jf' 'j "" ... I Q - ,ali Y 3:,.:5:.,..,,. ' ..... 6 if xr, 1' 'J J-L 11+ X ff Looking at souvenzrs Springmeyer, E. Stonecypher, A. . W ,f U, X 4 : 2 i e I .'.A , ,,: , .,..... iiiiiza R . ii-- W x I ... ---. R .. -:-:' I H... -1 1 I W H, ' . .... ' 1, iz' :-- Q "-: "' 'W .,. ' 'si 2 , --:-f:' :':' .f 4'i -:-- T ' ' .,., A 2--V- 1:-: P ,.:-- M . .,.. i-': E5 -2'i . ,,, . i' S I ",,, ..., v , , ef X i - A! NA 1 ,U ., ' -ZH" . ' H . .f 5 ' "::: Q H: ilk ' X w.. DQQ17' , -.. Y . "' .---' , 1 g n W 'I' III a- fgpfl' I. 5' :K ,, - . .- .-.-V1.2 3.1 w , .,:.: 5 ,.A.,. E "': qv, S ...N e . if ,I . , h 5 , 'si Q c: V-I , Y ing: A-A:,., . ,:.,. ,.,.:. , L ,. , :iff ... .5 . M. 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' ' Q -2, . 1 The Portals of North Hall "House Father" Hutch Gives the Boys 'g H , Www v M100- ll? gvwm was nmm f , wi S in Gere Kays MCM Schu Wog Qu 2 mount- . . . fl, -1- , w ,v ms The house residents talk it over M mu M,'M5J 1-rgwobfesw BWP sf ss ms mf B-af 2 1 E Q Wmmghgw E K H E A Q ww mmmw H wmwifr w me we Going to cIass?? Another is the friendly use of numbered A favorite passtime . . . "bull session" pasfebvards favs' new mmm a if r in 'E' "w-M5132 QQ Kegagsswrfz is x .,y X is Hmmm Q 1 is C rr Q ,wsu rw Bob and Lani Anderson Bob and Betty Gray Russ and Jean Seeley 4 , v We-M. rw y WE?-W . s W:,Q.., xwvg , is Pggirs wsu? 2 .QR-Begin WE2?17 Clint and Gloria Don and Mary L Carlo and Anita, and Chris Simoni as Arbuckle Bill and Bobbie Cook ue Hardey Don and Shirley Pruitt Darrell and Donna Thomas Bob and Betty Wasson Mo.. 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V Yewf.. as -,H ii One of the rooms Among Omega Phi Altphis social afrairs were functions honoring Dore Scnary of Metro-Gotctwyn-Mayer and Dr. Howard Hanson, a Chinese Costume dance, the skirt row pleclge ciance, and the Spring format. The fraternity earned permanent possession of the Band Frolic trophy with their ex- travaganza HCountry Fairf' Omega Phi Al- pha also ciedicatecl Fl ptayerys bench in the stadium to the memory of Bob Heck. The prize Bard Frolzc Trophy Singing around the piano E 1 - . . Eiweeiwll Z jf Kms: W1u.i. ' N N iwsxme H , iw SFKWWPWWK EK 4- 04125 rr ' 4' , Et., fq,,Q,.,i l , The T.V. set is very popular To the thunder of cascading bricks, Archania began the semester by pulling clown their chimney erecting Homecoming clecorations. Soon, Del Helm, House Prexy, was leading the members in Corraling twenty-two pledges. Dcrernlner first the house sported iceinergs 'nd igloos for the Vxfinlcr Forma, Po wr Bearf, In February Don Kent Prexy, they xnrlcecl an-"ly at the Band I-'folic skit. an xxent on Lo Juir, '1 lwxo-cup winning oat ,r Wiarrti Gras. An informal discusion group Study time-a rare picture Play time--a not so rare picture Q 'RQ- eifu fi J E Atwater, J. Austin, J. Bell, C. Bent, B. Berck, B. Buffum. W. Chalmers, P. Coon, B. Curley, J. Davies. E. Downer, D. Flegel, E. Gaunt. J. Gaxiola, M. Gehrke, W. Golden, D. Helm, D. Fall President Jacobs, D. Keith, J. Kent. D. h Spring President Kong, Roy Kossick, B. Lane, B. Lane, J. Levin, W. McDonald, D. Mah, J. Mitchel, N. Otis, D. Parodi, J. Pecltenpaugh, H. Rohrbacher, D. Rollins, D. Rose. J. Ross, F. Schade, N. Schmidt, M. Sherrard, J. Smales, T. Stranger, D. Steele, Stan Steres, B. Tavares. E. i Tulan, F. Warner, C. Wheeler, J. Williams, J. Wolfe. F. 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'ggi X, 4 ,Q .if ,, Y, WU" b.i4"-'bfi QD' a , HW x :sma- , gd K 'ii ' .41 1 Jigs Mr fs' , ,ga v x K .X X, ,, E mir, N' 4, ASEQZQS' , ,,, 4 - ff- 4- . wg ,W ' 71,6 ,M '53'QE?3isfQ-. Q ww. W, 1,4 -. f 1 -59' K g ,,f'gs1f in ,.,f , 5, 'W ,Pi W' ,!,.1J'- .Q 7 . T ' Qff v is M ,. 1 is W,:,,Tff L L b 'W A in -H , M., 55-H 4' .wa ' SQ , , fc ge X QW U , Q ,, xqsgn wf fr ' " JN www ugh-A 'yiiggumf W. K 1 ' 'z- ' -... ., ,QS f f' 5: If 2wf,','. s L. , X 3 i 3. r 1 a ,ii-., - , g :J 2,1 4, 1,523 I Q f-1 ,A I x . ,Q 4.5-.. ' B5 Rhizites eat watermelon The Annual Xvatcrmelon Feed was lQI'1iZOf11iEl,S first big event of the 195-51 year. Qpen to an men on Campus, the Rlwizites introduce the spiril, of Pacifrc feuowslwip to an via tons of watermelons. Yorfll always lrnd such person- alities as Dr. Burns, Dr. Farley and even the new Fresh chomping watermelon. Drs. Farley and Mmear even Gerber eat watermelon Everybody eats watermelon. Do you? 'QW 9 am Lb ,... Y V ' .. .. - xx'-:ssc-X-.-QXXXN ' A ' . Y , i 4 .. - -. A . 7 Tvgfitg ? N1 - L M . Is... e-.Vx-:: NXXXY Ox hhla .JIM . 1 . V .::. .:.: . j- ,, .4 . A V: V ., X f 1 - K , - it '. - ' 1' ,hi . . . 4 1 - .. " .. W wg ' A M R Qi' F' 2 I ,f ffiftg N 1 gf I MJ 0 P' l A . .X ..... -. M - H - W ' , . W ..'. is bg: I I H- ' ' W L, 7 "-ivif. A sf - KM t i - - .,::fmA st 1. f F ti flflf- ' ' ' V ' s W :AL ,f 5 ' 2 i 1 J Q ' . A L,-.mM"" AH- 7 f , '-f"12..if.'-" A-L f , . L N E Tw 'kc 4 'i5"' -A x , i D1d you hear the one about I .- --.. X.. . f Wi' A fat . t . k gi ,K .Y fliiifi ' i ,,. All the comforts of home The Hrst big event on RI'1iZOmiH,S agen- da this year as always was their UAn- nuat Vxfatermeton Feeclf, . . During Homecoming Celebrations, Utne Great Fire of 1916 won them Hrst prize for the most outstanding house ctec orations Keepmg up with world aHa1rs The nature boys -Kn- ww Anderson, B. Armbrust, D. Atkins, T. Aubrey, B. Ball, H. Beadelston, B. Blakemore, E. Boyd, S. Campbell, B. Carlson, C. Charchianis, N. Clarkson, D. Curtis, D. Dambacher. K. Fransechini, M. Gardner, J. Griffin, J. Hall, K. Henock, N. Heraty, M. Langlois, J. Lawton, B. Madden, D. McFall, B. Mendonea, E. Muller, A. Pereira, W. Pickering, I. Pierce, J. Poile, J. Ramos, D. Rose, K. Simoni, C. Smith, A. Swift, R. Talbot, Q. Thornton, D. Tolhurst, C. Uhlenberg, H. Wickman, R. YA Barnhill, D. Bartlett, N. Baysinger, S. Bowman, M. Brichetto, N. Caldwell, J. Campbell, M. Comstock, J. Cunningham, B. Dalrymple. E. Dickinson, J. Ferguson, B. Ferguson, C, Fox, R. Gall, G. Gold, G. Granger. M. Haire, B. Hardey, M. L. Fall President Heyde. C. Spring Preside Holaday, B. Howard, L. Jaton, P. Johnson, B. Kell, J. Kintz, I. McEniry, A. MacFar1and, M. McLeod, M. Maloney, N. Mambert, B. Meyer, N. Mooney, D. Neeley, M. Noakes, M. Oje, J. . Ragus, A. Rupe. B. Sage, M. Sebastian, T. Shervey, J. Shrub, R. Simmons, C. Simonelli, R. Snyder, K. Simmons. B. Springmeyer, E. Strand. B. Thomas, P. Toller, B. Vance. J. Whyatt, B. Winrich, C. I saw the best hairdo The latest trophy lm., K ,, ,.,, .W Cfd M0 Wits Emi a TuTQM'M Sittin' and talking Alpha Tlwetays cgolden, year has been a rich one. Piectging both Be-Heys ot Archaniag the Alpha Ttietes have also won recognition with many members participating in Pacificys activi- ties. Too, ttie house aictecl the Iaaslcetioan team by staging a dance in their behalf, and were responsible for the dance decorations at the Mardi Gras Ban. we mg 12? .nw QXBXQ W . W5 M Y' mj aanxwagf nm? wwf' mms , mn swf? E .ffmwnmigo ,1- K' Anderson, C. Benco, B. Blackwood, L. Carson, B. Carstens, E. Crocker, D. Dealey, J. Dix, B. Gardner, L. Feisel, J. Gerbing, B. Gutcher, D. Hampton, J. Hardy, H. Hill, J. Holly, L. james, J. Kenney, S. King, L. Leonard, B. Lindhorst, B. Little, E. Little, J. Marks, I. Moore, H. Spring Presiden Moore. J. Myers, B. Ojeda, B. Poyner, C. Rhodes, M. Rinehart, W. Rodman, C. Rose, D. Rosenfeld, R. Fall President Rowe, S. Ryberg, M. Ryerson, L. Salsa, L. Shepherd, G. Simi, C. Smith, S. Steningcr, M. Stonecypher. A. Waddell, S. Wakeham, R. Walters, B. Wendels, P. Wilsey, R. Wilson, C. iff Talk time Tau Kappa may well be proud of Wanda Rtiinelmart. Homecoming Sweetlweart, ancl lxflary Rlwocles, queen of tlwe Centennial Mardi Gras. TK. toolc lirst place lionors for Homecoming incloor clecorations ancl Cametlirougli on top again with lirst place awarcls for tlmeir slcit in tlie Barrel Frolic. A golden year crowns Tau Kappa. Bridge time Sing time 1' as :u E-a wi nw i B-fs ummm my we a A an xxx Adams, Adams, Anker, Bailey, Barber. Billups, Blair, M Bogie, A Bondshu Buhler, C Burgess G Burks, S Coburn, Cox, C. Daykin, Drake, P Driflil, L Ellis, B Estes. P Ferrari, E Fincher E Gilbert, M Gist, I. Grattone V Grubb, C Harris, L Hayward P Hellwig J Henning C House, A Houseman G jackson M Johnston B Fall Presldent jones, N Lawler, P Leath, L Lindberg N McGowan J Merritt, D Michaels S Monnick M Moore, J Nash, M Nelson, M Nicholson I Niles, I Noble, D Null, G Spring President Oates. D Pacciorettx Palmer, J Parry, N Patten, D Pierson, B Ratto, B Robles. M Rose, J. Roy, S. Russell, Rutz, M Schell. C Shelley, Simoni, Story, P Taylor. I Tennant I Theines ,I Waldorf C Wandmaker J Warren, I Wentzel M West, B William D Wyatt, S Ion am b ' CaHee break, good anytime Tide sociai calendar for Epsilon included such events as time piedge dances, exchange dinners with the fraternities, the annual aiumni lunch- eon and fasiiion show, Wiay breakfast and con- Lriioutions to 'Band Froiic and Homecoming. Epsiion is important in campus affairs with many of their girls iioniding school omces and honors. Iust chatmg The charge of the sock brigade 1 fr Z 7 v 5 I Ks: , w .1 r O 0 6 -5"-1'Hsv', .sw W Q-'wwwmuaut.,.M.:sw- 4 The stairway to Zeta Phi Zeta Phi openect their sociat season with a tea for their new House Ntottwer, tvtrs. Thompson. The sorority also entertained with a Home- coming luncheon, a fashion snow at ttxe Pump Room, a rummage sate, a tnartverue, their an- nuat Ctlristmas party as part of an Qrptwanage tunct ctrive, and narticipatect in the two Pledge Dances where their new members were pre- sentect. Zeta Phi twas also won, for three ron- secutive years, a trophy f or inner-house basket- ball. Seminar and World Today Dressing up for an evening out klexander, D. Biker, B. Brown, J. Tampbell, B. Iappa, M. iarter, C. follett, M. Zrawford. C. Tunningham, M. Deaver, H. Wunn, D. Jchert, P. irickson, L. Qjwan, J. ange, M. ray, L. arker, R. I Spring President arrison, J. ,astie. W. auka, I. -auka, M. ennedy, C. ingston, B. enfest, J. artin, K. cKenzie, B. pazian, G. Bfall President heuner, M. ewel, B. nn, E. wg, ef-A Q is Let's "see" whose calling Same scene, Act II-diEetent song "While a ukulele tune is softly played" Wtu Zeta Rho spent the year 1950-51 Contributing to the fervor that surround- ect Paciticys Centennial. Besides par- ticipating in Campus activities. the Mu 'Zetays filled the alreacty crowctect Calen- ctar with many enjoyable Qtwouse fum?- tions. Pretty smiles and bright sunlight llinger, G. eggs, L. eretta, M. yram, D. arlton. V. avinroy, D. elaney, A. olbey, C. urst, I. yke, S. lliott, B. arthing, G. inkbohner. J. ibson, E. eath, J. ibbard, J. ildebrand, L. iammond. J. -Iardie, J. -Caplan, S. -King, I. Fall President iirshen, L. VIcKim, D. i'Iorril1, J. '?iccinini, V. Qoberts, R. landefs. L. Sprmg President Itringfellow, L. ituart, M. fhomson, S. Nelch, M. Foung, M. Yearian, Y. vwi ,.v. RX 'WEBB-we. fn .fx ii M596 ',..a1,V ,HL f. . .QQ 1 H H Q f ff 'MUN -QM .x,IV.-1 H .YZ-I N-Z ,,,..,.. 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Pacific visits Reno before U. of Nevada Game PaciEc's proIetraiate's first look at their new At the Fox-Cal, our spirit rises to welcome Homecoming Robyn Wilsey and Bobbie Lindlzorst delight Fox-Cal caravans and spontaneous rallies were numerous "Pop" Heisinger and the Bengal pep band at the Civic Cottege of ttie Pacific in. the Centenniat year tiit a new twigtw in supporting its toottaatt team. Pacific stuctents itorftcect to Reno ctisptaying a larger rooting section ttian ttie tiome team. San Francisco receive-ct another taste of Tiger spirit when CDP defeated St. tVtary's at Kezar. Ttie ratty supreme supportect by more than a tlunctrect was twetci at Stoctctoifs Air- port in welcoming ttweir team tuome from ttie toss at LSU. Home-Coming anct the Loyola game saw a giant ratty at ttwe Fox-Cat lxtieatre with entertain- ment furnistweft tny ttie fraternities anct sororities. Exetiange rattles were twetnt witti San Jose and others for pre-game ceremonies' Amt always on hand was the Bengat Banct actcting cotor, metocty, and spirit to ttie oecasions. ox Cal rally Tau Kappa demonstrates a can can dance Graceful' Mary Rhodes made her debut as Paci1'ic's ballerma 5 - IH- e isfev orb Jeanne Hardie poses prettily . . . as does Mary jane Lacy Janice Hammond after 11 all Women's Honorary taps new members Curtain call for fashion Pafade ,Sigma Q -w.w...i.'3 'S-I '- Summertime with Iocye Thorington and Sue Whyatt Each semester the Big-Little Sister party, sponsored lay the AXVS., is tnetct for the incoming Frestlman girls. Xvittw the aotd-timersn acting as tmostessesf this event is the welcoming of the new women to Pacific, anrt is twetct through the co-operation of att women living groups This has provect to ive one of the biggest nnct most looked forwarct t.o events of the school year. A fzimstwion parade sponsored by a local women's store along with excellent entertainment and refreshments make ttxe evening complete. vin Jane Vance with best foot forward Roger Wolf H1USiCH11'ZfUg 6'11f6ff3iI1m6'I1f Woods, Chalmers and Steres portray radio's "Frat-man 'Kr JQCL1' 1' unb viv Alpha Thete disrupts library study hours The week lmefore Homecoming a cirive for funds toward a new library began willn slu- cients proclaiming, 'NVQ want a library." This chant was echoed tlurougiiouk all the living groups on campus. Vxfith a pep rally. carnival, and street ciance to help raise funds for the much neeclecl building, the drive was started. The Hnmd-bowl" Football game which was held in Baxter Stadium lmelween the North Hall Polar Bears and members of time faculty was the climax io iiiis student drive. Private pledges are Ine- ing sought now for Pacilios greater library. "3a'iNK Rhizomia-always in there -pitching South Hall tops with car-washing f? ft-Abiuvvn uilbin ' vo 'Yana The beginning oi Paciiios Memorial Staci- ium was tormed during time 1948 Grape Bowl game by Lowell NV. Berry, presicient of the Best Fertilizer Co. and a member of the College of the Pacific Board of Trustees. His attempts to arrange games with bigger luniversities failed mainly to time tack of S"?iflilil'T1 facilities. Beacuse of this Berry called a meeting of Civic groups, service ciiiius, the Quarterback Club, and veteran organizations, and enlisted the Chamber of Commerce to head a script cirive which got underway in January, 1950. A goat of Sl50,000 was set up to which Pacific stu- cients aicieti in forming a ten clay drive of tiieir own. Vxfhen the goal was reached, the inuiiding began uncier time direction of Daniel Gariocic. The dream otiiciaiiy iuecame a realty on October '21, 1950, with the cieciica- tion ceremony of time new Pacific Mcniorizil istaclium. I "The ideal estate" in completion h "The fourth estate" in observation 'The teal estate" in formation mimi, ance imc O O 6 Alpha Theta's basketball benefit Hay-Hoppers in attention The nucleous of social events on campus are the ctances held during the year sponsored by the various houses and student organizations. The Pacific Stu- dent Association dances txelct in time gymnasium fot- towing all Home footlmail games were a part of the many ctances sponsored by this organization. The 'Lil Abner-Daisy iwae CIEITICC, sponsored by the Associated Vxfomen Students is one of the spring semester highlights. ' Archania's annual Hay Hop Sadie-Hawkins Hoe-Down Our "Lil Abner and Daisy Mae" . Dr. Baker and Mary Ruetz A . fum -ii nd mn mm my H m-mm sums -me M L5 mix Bm :sawn msmkw mamma M Haw Omega Phi's Oriental touch 19 X us my An open house at Epsilon an Hellenic ovwaa Under the auspices of Pan-Hellenic, forty- lour pleclgees were introclucecl cotillion style ai. the fall pledge clance tielcl at the Stockton Omcers, Club. This year the four sororities joined together and presented a very soc- cessful dance. As each girl walked ttarougti an arch made of spun glass, she was introl duced by the president of her house. A bal- loon-coverecl ceiling aclclecl to the ethereal effect of the evening. W? GQ- , 44 , The crowd assembles . . . Salle and Peck are introduced -f'A- f'---n1- ' f-K-i N-F1-V 'W 1- W1 Merrymalzers dance . . . and dine 5 H Q 5- M E hi 1 K M W MM- - K W 4 .Yi wg 5 :Wag-gy: QSM.-SV 'Him-3 A WSW ' .JQNW Lmgwwmw we-N' v EEEQQBEEEN kmfxgyiv 3 ' mas-1555255 -K X- Q.. -v ' xmmmwvg .Q vw-4 --gk, X 1,1 69'-51 EQ - K ii ' ' ' E 5-rn 5 a Y my ms! 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"AU 'A ,- H W FQ in SSM ' Nagy If ssmkw-,Q V . , M , vw mn M Y ,maxi-A I 57:1 ,, We. X Q 11 : , 'Ls 'E' 5 -Q is gy , ,F XQLW, A I ,Ak ' :., --MQ, ---N, fm nd f--E Eff' mm 1 5 ' .: f,q.:.-,, r , L, fa .XM E-ff ft jg 51.5 gi A Q 'EEL Wm , .:f..: fp , 'esib nt- Fig fi. -1' -- um mn ww F s Q mm .-wg M: m-mfr as ,fn .igi wsu. an - y QQ Agn B. w .1-my -as asf was mam The students meet with the faculty President and Mrs. Burns-Paci1ic's gracious hosts as was ,. E Swim ,X H we 523539 nl .Km D1 ece tion H ww, Faculty-student id eas brought together H, Wuxi! I 5 'WUI N 4 1 I , E A , . ve 2 --ci ? 6 x Q sw Sw swam as E fur mx WEEK :sms 1 mm sms an mn , may-Mi sm wa mx - was n Ulf eff ,.,, ,sf . ,mu mga, X,-,,,., iw H N m mil, Q1 of nl W 'VE MAL. 33, JJ Lani. mmm V .Qwwn is nies? 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H ' 7 'r-Hfwq s-mama, 'Us News ,W Egg :rr-,w.4,m5??.2e ,vgawwv :Q ,N X K ii i if ii 1 Q ,NE mr-,ss I 1 rx fr ,B is sts. assi is sg is is as B1 nt PM is smas- Bob Sclzumacker, President, enjoying a "coke" The Anderson, NYU has become time center for religious activity on the C. OP. campus. lfstiiree-fold pian of religious, socigll, and recreational ac- tivities has been successfully carried out under time guidance of Dr MAIN Painter and the council of Religious Activity. This council consists of the otticers of various branches of the 'Y program, which includes dances, group discussions, athletic teams and week- end trips to the UY,sU cainin in time Sierra s. sa. K1 Dorothy Littlejohn, Georgia Friz and Ann Reilley iss-H M w rm mn ms an V W in ,aww w"t51aD1.W K nb Us L SE W ' I grin We H io- we is uber on -'ali'-7 ms,w,i an :fn Dr. "AI" Painter ' me w 1 1 ss is Members eat lunch at the Anderson Y 6 i5Co-us Cf'fvff'f65 e Q1'f'VV1eV1t' 5 E E. .. 1:2953 5 .Y nfl Ei is ev as . K gg Eggs ,Q Q Sw HEX: a 'We tt M tm ss is Bax ,. ,. EE m . . A CQNSTRUCTlVE ClrlURCHlVlANSHlP is ttie religious icleal ol? tlwe College of tlie Pacific for eacli stuclentit gracluates. For tlwis reason it cloes not follow the practice of otlwer clwurclci-relatecl colleges lay pro- viding an on-campus clwurcla. lnsteacl, it encourages its stuclents to participate in tlwe local cliurcli of their clenomination or claoice. - Faculty memlbers of tlae college set numerous prececlents lor tlwis empliasis on tlcie continuity of local rlwurclu memlnersliip tturougliout college. Most of tlaem are rnemlners of one or anotlaer of tlae Stoclcton ctiurcties, anct many of tliem liolcl otticial positions. ' Xveelcclay activities of a religious nature are not entirely laclcing, liowever. Uncler tlae guiclance anal co- orrlination ol? tlie Council of Religious Activities, a stuclent tnoarcl Witli lvaculty aclvisors, a numloer of or- ganizations tunction to promote religious principles ancl insight in stuclent affairs. Two worsliip opportunities are otferect to all stuclents of all faitlas anct creecls eaclci week: a regular cliapel service on Tuesclay morning, anct a vesper meclitations periocl on Nvectnesclay evening. Tlaese are lielcl in Morris Cliapel. ancl plannecl lay two of tlae committees operating untler tlae CRA. ln tlie lvlcnys anrl Xvomenss Y are also organizations wlaicli effectively comlaine religious principles witla a wicle variety ol' social anal political functions. Trip: to lootliill ancl mountain camps, cliscussion groups, parties, anal political action committees are but a few of tlie 'programs wtiicli malce up tlie religion-in-lilqe activities ol tlwese two groups. u Also alwliliatecl witla tlwe CRA are several clenorninational organizations, suclu as tlie Neuman ancl Can- terlnury Clubs. ln aclclition to tlwe groups specilically clevotecl to stuclent religious life, tlie compulsory Bible classes ancl tlie specializecl activities ot the Christian Community Aclrninistration also ldelp malce availalale. to ttiose wlio clesire tlaem, opportunities for religious experience. IRA WPIEATLEY -141- vm as W an Aran 'obo gales fun!- W aaa t 582' "Tully and "I've Got 'Emu Frank honor saddle sitters Hive goltemu was the Cult that tecl the faithful to put clown their second payments during ttme Naranjadds spring sales campaign. To promote ttme sate of the "Book of time Century" two fearless lwomlnrcs mounted Dr. Runion was the Oflicial Timer and Saddle Inspector the saddle high atop the tower of steel outside of the P.S.A. building and unclertoolc their vigil to break the Vxfortcts Saddle Sitting Record Among the events of the week were impromptu rallies, pep bands. and Editor Frank Xvotfe trying to tool: like an otcl cow hand. To climax the events of time week Tully Knoles presented the record-inrealcers with a bottle, time large size, of Baum Ben-Gay. Dave Niles and Rod Kling "ride tlze saddle" for four days to break the WorId's Saddle Sitting Record 5, Ji anb Czoncevf . Students relax on the grass Miisic under the trees was the result of a new idea this year inaugurated by the comluinect Pacilic-SC. Band Instead of the usual spring concert held in the auclitorium it was felt that this year clue to the fine weather that was prevailing' an outdoor concert would be presented. It was an outstanding success. npopn Heisinger, Director of the Band, feels that it will become another Paciuc TmAil,ion. . . . and listen to wonderful music . . . as "Pop" Heisinger leads his band in a "Spring Symphony" ent-ennia van s . . . The grand Centennial Homecoming parade DAVE GERBER Director of Special Events at Pacific Fourth Annual Institute of California History Fo Left to Ri ht' g . Eddie Sktevonek introduces Dave Gerber and Nancy jones B. f. Morris, joseph R. Knowland, Dr. Eiselan to the Hormel Girls Dt. Burns and Dr. Rockwell D. Hunt YEAR -144- is The unusual beauties of Death Valley Once again Death Valley was visited lay interested students and towns people. Qn this Fifteenth trip Dr. J. H. Jonte and Dr. A. T. Bowden di- rected the ninety-Four students in the stuciy of the Chemistry. geology, and general natuiai sfienfe of the ctesert region. 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Vlwlm clay ot' Oetolner 21st, 11130 will go clown as one ol' tl'1e most signilirant clays in tlie lwistory ol tlie College ol tlwe Pacine anrl ll1e City .ol Stoelctoii .... For tlwis clay eelelvratecl witla pricle tlae opening' fdxentennial oluservanee Ceremonies ol the 11lrlCsl,C11lleQe in fxolilwornia. For llwis clay eelelwratecl tlwe cleclieation ol' tlwe Paeilic' lvlemorial Stiaflium, tlwe lourtlw largest rampus staclium oi1 tlie XX-,est tioast. For tl1is clay weleomecl a reeorrl turnout. ol'1ZXlluTn'1i in a grancl liomeeoming. Yet lranseenclirig even tlie lestive events were tlwe tremenrlous waves ol' College-Cornmunity goocl will tliat cauglit tlie spirit ol tlxe clay ancl spillefl into tlwe ventral valley luringing witlw tliem tifles ol pagentry anrl panorama, as never seen lbelore. Vlwlnis was tlme clay wlion eclneators, mereliants. stnclents, eivie leaclers ancl tlae laiglwly regarclect .lolm Public tooli tlae Crancl Olrl lsarly ol' tlie Xwlest to tilaeir luearts anrl gave lwer a true eelelnration laeneliting lier 100 years. First eaine tlae paracle witli over two tlwousancl participants rnarelning lnefore 50,000 speetators wlao jammecl tlie tvliracle Mile ol' Stoelfton. 'lqlwe paracle wliielm tt'1e Stoelrton Reeorcl saint was tlie lyest paracle ever seen in Stockton, lqeaturecl lnancls, rlrill teams, lloats, liorses, rlrum anrl lmugle Corps, Comecly sluts ancl tlme flistinetive presence ol' Claaneellor Tully Knoles ricling on lns liorse, Hole," anrl our renownecl ,quest lrom tlollywoocl. movie ancl rarlio star Diclq Powell. Howevei' llie paracle was only tlie l1eg3inning1 as 52,000 jammerl tlae new Pacilie lvlemorial Staclium to talqe part in its llC1llt,'iltlUll, anal ln waiteli ll1e l1r1yolzi-C",O.lJ. loollnall game, wl1iel1 proverl to lme one ol tlwc seasons most tlwrill-paclceci games. txvelll let. tl1e sport erlitor give tlwe lvacl news ol tlae games resultl. Talxing part in tlae Pre-Game Ceremonies were our guests Governor lfarl XVarren, General Albert XVeclemeyer. Aclmiral PJ. .l. Roclgers and Dielc Powell Wluo were lwearcl spealxing from our starlium over a coast-wiile N.B.C. networlc laoolaup. Aclcling litting triluute to tht- memorial services were representative luancls ol tlae Marine Corps, U. Navy. U. Army. Arniy Air Foree anil rotor ,Quarcls ol all tlie veteran organizations in Stoelcton. I fiililtllltliflg witl1 tlwe pagentry ol tlie clay i.t1Qt'ottege ol tlae Paeilie salutecl tlue Unitecl Nations during' tl'1e Ceremonies at l1illlv-lti11C. Over 1,o0o lmanflsmen colorlully clecorating tlwe lootlsall lielcl playecl speeiat Unitecl Nations music as Pacific stuclcnts from six clillerenl nations raisecl llie U.N. flag to tlie sicle ol tlwe Ameriean llag wlwere over tlweii' many Citizens, lxotla wavecl majestieally in tlae milfl lureeze ol' tlie evening. Tlie memory ol tH7vtol,1er list now etcl1ecl into our own loeal lwranrt of posterity, will grow stronger as tlie years go lny, not so muelu in ren1e1nl1rar1ee ol tlue pageritry, ol tlae festivity, or of ttie speetacularity, wluielm lwas lveen surpassecl lny otl1ei's, lmut ratlwer lor tl1e inagnilicently eo-operative ancl prourl leeling a city ancl College tenclecl lowarcls eacla other, making new lurienrls. Creating lmetter unclerstanrlingi. anrl lwequeatlaing a strong lounclation ol soliiility, lor tlie next launcirecl years. One hundred student-carried torches symbolic of years past kindled the Homecoming bonfire in homage of years future. - 147-- w e , owaecom in ' ouse ecovat-Cons RHIZOMIA'S "FOUR-ALARM FIRE" Winner in men's division TAU KAPPA'S UCENTENNIAL ALBUM" Winners of women's division Omega Phi recreates 3 hundred' years progress The 'Chimney of Jericho' . . . falls on Atchania QAC1FlCl WHEN HAD A Pacii6c's spirit booster-Tommy Tiger Inside decorations by Epislon Lambda Sigma fabiuwa ebical-Ion The game was preceded by the dedication Ceremony of Pacific Nlemoriat Stadium. Mrmxfic star Dick Powell acted as Master of Ceremonies and Governor Earl Vxfarren, General A. Xfvedemyer, and Admiral B. J. Rodgers were guest speakers. Rev John R. Kenney ted the spectators in the dedication prayer and salute to the veterans. Dave McDonald, General Chairman of Homecoming, 1950 Archania prepares their house decorations Crowds massed on Pacific Ave. to view mile-long , -150- Xf Open houses at the sororities ' aHord alumni get togethers Governor Earl Warren speak- ing at the dedication of Pacific Memorial Stadium OVV16CO144f1f1 ' cf-ivifes Powell welcomed by PM-'i5C,S 0110611 if airport Master of Ceremonies Powell speaks at stadium dedication -151- A omecominbf robe . . . Un the afternoon of Dedication Day the Pacific Avenue Htvtiracle Ntiten was Hantcect hy thousands of spectators P in iw I1 rom t mug out nort ern California to watch a perfectly pacecl two-mite long paracte. lt was a hritliant show. "Buf- fto Bittn Cody never tect a paracte with more aptomh and showmanship, nor sat a mount with better horsemanship than dict Chancellor Tully Knotes as he heactect the cavatcacte, riding his famous "Glen, brother horse of the favorite Steed of Emperor Hirohito of Japan. tn his Wake came a realty ctazzting clisptay of Heats, hands, ctritl teams pretty co-erts Hottywooct stars color guards majorettes, comics and 'Tommy Tiger," 450 pouncts of real Bengal cat. High schools, junior colleges, military units, veterans organizations, community groups and business enterprises participated hy scores. It was a puhtic relations triumph as measurerl hy this response, anct an organization and management achievement of courage and skill on the part of Centennial Special Events Director David Gerher, Co-orctinators Don Smith and Kent Halt and a large Corps of aides they ctirectect. By ART FAREY. 'll' K N X ' -.. - :- J- .ln A Ig Y I 1 Su K, re 5li as i " I-.iL.L Our City of Stockton celebrates along with the college in the Centennial-Memorial Parade The Stockton entry sponsored by Pacific Avenue M J' li Tully and Stallion "Ole" It's a Fighting Tiger -, Rhizomia Boomed . . . without investigation N K df' M was in the spirit .IHJEAQJ7 HE 53 PaciHc's Pride . . . the Band of Renowned tv C000 LUCK 52031 E Wi: Qi Q F I V 5 . 755316 9 umm ii f 1 5 1-All n Einiffxviiabffma 71,80 e':-of uv ea ive owawa - x f z W 1 ss 'h ss 4 25 1 Q :L 27 .A X , X . . I 5 Erma iyiw., ss ss Thomas Q. Tiger, Esq. 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'02 ng, 'Lx Nancy Bailey, Queen of Mardi Gras, 1950, Crowns Mary Rhodes, Queen of Centennial Mardi Gras, 1951 RY RHODES BARBARA RUSSELL LORRAINE TUMAN KARINE SNYDER 163- West HaII's "Once Upon a Time" Winners Women's Division Second place holder-EpsiIon's portrayal of Pacific Chapel Grand winner-sweepstakes and Men's Division Archania's King Pacific 64- - xbi North HaII's 1851 graduation takes second place in Men's division inisfanf of the 1851 Queen in the Alpha Theta Tau's 1951 Owen Mary Rhodes reigns OH -2 float is Janice Comstock goat vf hef UWU HHBDES Mu Phi EpsiIon's correlates arts of the present with "Of the Past and Present"-Omega Phi Greek Godesses of the past wins skit display ', f- 'K a 2.29 -' fl f Alwj 166 At the grand climax of the Mardi Gras weekend the Pacific students gather at the Ball for the presentation of the parade and costume awards. 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' , , ,, ., V 5 IIQEIE ,M s .:..:.:a:sg 3 ' f- , Q sa Y f- - : Ann Arthur's receives West HaII's trophy for winning the Gir1's Division award in the parade Margery Logeson and Art Belcher Barbara Strand and Howie Pierce Cpl.. ferry May, grand marshall of Mardi Gras parade, and guest with date-Bev Walters .K I ,, A , :B l Q , 2 - . ' ,s , ,, X W e H s Q 4 ' M i Actress Mala Powers, Mardi Gras I ' f' 5 'I and jane Wirt i ms. if D A 1 guest of honor I 1 e1'5OV1x3 at-ses Maurice Terrell, Look photographer, catches Dave Gerber Bob Bernard and Virginia Graham Leone Blackwood and Dick Armbrust Lee and "fake" facobson x Q 1 ? .f. .W-F-its 2 Frank Wolfe, student host, speaks at Guest of Honor luncheon Mardi Gras tradition . . . Friday night open houses Guest Mala Powers dances with Dean Ed Betz Another Mardi ,Gras open house ll it i it R it it it M H i. ilM.'.1i'Xf,..,.16H Centenniat year at Pacific presented the -students with one ot the hnest Mardi Gras cetehrations in its fourteen year history. -Boh Yvoods was the ,Qenemt chairman and his statt' included Don Dragoo, husiness managerg Ted Tiss, parade cap- taing Frank Xvotfe, student hostg Gary Busher, queen captaing Potty XfVendetts, campus decora- tionsg Sue Nxjyatt and Nancy Perry, hids and in- vitationsg Marrittyn tVtacFartand,- dance chairmang Swede XVarner, Satte XVaddeH, Don Wtartin, Roy Storey, Bohhie Andreas, Jim Jewel, Pat Haley and Ann tVtcEniry, The Stockton Merchants Association and the Pa- cihc Avenue Merchants Association sponsored the parade. The PSA. was host ot an imposing list of guests that included htiss Mata Powers, R.K.O. movie star and Cpt. Gerald C. txftay. an Infantry veteran ot Korea who was Grand Mar- shatt of the tvtardi Gras parade. Archania placed hrst in the parade and won the sweepstakes trophy for the hest itoat. North Halt ptaced second in the men's division. XVest Halt won top honors in the womenys division fottowed hy Epsilon. Omega Phi won top prize for its stcit. The Stockton Chamher ot Commerce ttoat won the protessionat division trophy white the Lodi Post No. 22 American Legion ftoat took second. Open, house was held at the Fraternities and att the dances were very successful. The guests ot honor were invited to dinners at att the Sorority houses and attended the Pacilic Downstairs Thea- tre production ot "An tdeat Hushandf' Mardi Gras proved, more than ever, that Pacihc knows howt -170- QF? as "ZuI:e" M.C.'s his last show as a student at the Mardi Gras Rally b Woods presents Mala Powers at outdoor rally w owawqfffee . . . Don Dragoo, Business Manager of the 1951 Mardi Gras Bob Woods, Chairman of the 1951 Mardi Gras Ted Tiss, Parade Chairman of the 1951 Mardi Gras ' o o o it QE, iw ' 4 W' A A .ss 'TM ' ji ,LWTJ-WT L. 'M The Pacific Student Association Building' 1Q51 marlcs tl'1e end ol tlwe seconcl year ot existence lor llw PSA. Building. The Encl Zone as it is lcnown to tlie stuclents, taliing itys name from tlue popular Colllee sliop tiousecl in tlwe tmuilcling, lmolcls not only the coffee slwop ancl the college looolc-H store but is also the tmome of tlie PSA. ottices. The new ancl moclernistic lnuilcling is tlde clrcam tultilled of many students tliat lielpecl malce it possilale by donations for the past ten years. Mr. Morris-College Bookstore College Barbershop shear Editor's locks Thor Romer--End Zone C 1 .,,,. 4 K f ..T ff' . ' 3 fm 'Q 'wi 1 E ,. , -53 ri 122' 31 ,.,:::, tm ' VW 2 A5 H i m sa' L ,QS if 2, H5 RQ! , Wi ......fW, ix S , 'Tii-iqwg Wm -fw " :WM -W- ASH Y. I 9 Y 4 f A NA? 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Because these few students were not actually registered in the College of the Pacific, they were termed ineligible and a temporary uhoycottu was formed against Pacilicys attempts to schedule P.C.C. memher schools. h However, this temporary statis with the P.C.C. did not live long as early in January of 1951 the Board of Trustees of Pacific announced that Pacilic would return to a four year statis in September of 1951 and would operate under the same athletic system as other Pacific coast schools. The "boycott" had no ettect on the Tigers foothalt schedule and Joe Phan saw the Tigers in action for the first time in 1950 in the new and gigantic Pacitic Memorial Stadium which was constructed through herculean efforts on the part of Mr. Lowell Berry. The Hvalley Bowlf, with a seating capacity of 56,ooo, was Paciticys potent effort to he recognized as a major foothall power across the country. 1950 saw this attempt realized as the sports scrihes from every corner of the land classed thc Tigers as a memlmer of foothallys major Fold. 52,852 stunned and screaming fans initiated the Pacific Memorial Stadium to Hhig time" football and witnessed one ol the greatest games in the history of the San Joaquin valley. Colorful pre-game and half-time cere- monies that featured the appearance of Governor Earl Xfvarren of California, Lt. General Alhert Wede- meyer, Admiral B. J. Rodgers, and movie -star Dick Powell enhanced the dedication of the stadium. The initial game in the Hvalley Bowl!! was a grand and fantastic -heginning for its future history. Head Coach Larry Siemering concluded his four year reign at Pacific in March, 1951, when he accepted a position as head coach at Arizona State. Line Coach Ernie Jorge stepped into the hreach for the 1951 sea- son. .lorge signed a yearly-laasis contract with the Tigers in Fehruary, 1951. Z-be I oacbeb . 55 oacbes swab awaajevs strong attempt to tive up to the major rating h Thompson, trainer, Chick Livingston, assis physician, were the men hehind the scenes Rhode, Bob Francescini, and Stanley Gold N tainty he considered a complete success. -1 78- i Coach Larry Siemering, while concluding his four year tenure at Pacific, gathered ahout him Ernie Jorge, line coach fnow head coachj, Hugh Nlcvxfilliams, end coach, and Deane Richardson, hacldietd coach, in a George Schlinli, senior m a n a g e r , Boyc tant trainer, and Dr. Langley Collis, team The coaching stalt' was assisted hy John man. These men led the Tigers through seven wins, one tie. and three losses. Their team averaged 520 yards from scrimage anc 51.7 points per game during the eleven game season. Pacilios first major season must cer Name die Macon ny Geremia d Case ck Ross Jes Vlalsh alt Polenske Smith nm McCormick I Name Frank McCoy Bill Wood Doug Breien jerry Beaver Doug Smith jerry Pickering Wes Mitchell Robin Rush Z-ke djla eb . Name Ted Toomay Johnny Cobb jim Fairchild Keith Dawson Don Hardey Al Stockdale Bob Stoner George Johansen No. i Name Pat Ribeiro Duane Putnam Carlo Simoni Bob Morris Norm Schade Hugh Kennedy Burt Delavan YVayne Bergman Name Keever Jankovich Ralph Collins Gordon johnson Doug Scovil Bob Moser Sid Hall Bill Kelly Ted Grossman Harlan Berndt , ff 'CVS O 5 60 'MC College of tlie Paeihe stepped into footballls bigli society in 1Q5O vvlien tbe nationls pigslcin writers added tbe Tigers to tbe select group of major teams. Tlie Bengals moved into tliis elite Category by virtue ol an eleven game srliedule wbicli included sucli, ubig-timers l as tlie University ol Boston, lsouisiana State University, tbe University ole Santa Clara and St. lvlaryis College of California. ln meeting tlie cballenge oi major competition, Coarli Larry Seimering laced a tremendous rebuild- ing tasli. From a liandiul ol returning veterans and an imposing list ol tluniorucollege transfers, tlae rliger mentor put togetber an outiit wliieb Condurted itsell quite liandily in Football s upper strata. Grange and Blactlc gridders Hnisbed time season witli a record of seven wins, tbree losses, and one tie. This record included victories over sucli football powers as tlie University of Boston, tbe Uni- versity oli Santa Clara, tlie University ol' Nevada. and St. lVlary,s College. More important tban tbe won and lost statistics, lciowever, is tbe fact tliat College ot tlie Paeine proved to everyone tliat tbe Tigers deserved tbe timeu rating. No longer is Pacilie a little srliool witli a little scbedule. Nineteen liundred and liiity saw tlie Tigers emerge as one of tlie Xvest Coastls major football PHIL C-UTHRlE Sporls Editor Pacihc Wfeekly powers. GEORGE SCHLINK Senior Manager if ,, if tswmsm MJ wwe-sw H H wmmmf.. M - ... aci Cc 1' fer. 01' 5 DON HARDEY DUANE PUTNAM Back of the Week Lineman 'of the Wee The initial game Ivor the IQSO Pacific Tigers, piayed in San Franciscos spacious Kezar Stadium. was the hinai test in proving to the critical that the Black Knights oi' ilw Calaveras. without the magic of UExceHent', Eddie Leigaron, could continue their staggering totai of scores. Led hy Duane Putnam, ieft tackle, and Don Hardey, fullhack, the hard running, Hungry Tigers swallowed the Gaitoping Gaeis of St. tViary,s under a hurricane of six touchdowns and tour conversions. Hardey, the hriiuiaiit star of the game, carried the hail eleven times for a totat ol? ifz yards and an average of 15.7 yards per carry. Hardeyys second touchdown of the hattie was a forty yard htast hehind a crushing hiock hy Putnam. The powerful Tiger ground attack accumulated 317 yards from rushing and was augmented hy go yards hy passing for a total of 407 yards to the Gaeis 181 yard total. Pacihcss scoring was gathered hy Hardey, Keith Dawson, Xves Xvaish, At Smith, Xwatt Potenske and Tony Geremia who kicked four conversions. tfioh Ntoser, the game captain, Yvayne Bergman, Sid Han, XVCS Mitchell, Rohm Rush and Keever Jankovich played "big timeu halt for the Tiger cause, Hail and Potenske heing the standouts on defense. Doug Scovil goes for yards on the Don Hardey at the end of one of two 48 yard "Down-over-long-swing-pass" play. rambles against the Gans- -180-- . aci Cc ,LEU WES WALSH SID HALL of the Week Lineman of the Week Between liumiclity, ninety clegree lweat. liall'-time sliowers ancl lumloles. tlwe Hungry Tigers were waslaecl out ol Baton Rouffe, Louisiana. V Five lumlalcs cluring tlle First liall stoppecl any ollensive Consistency tlwe Tigers lwacl rolling. liy tlie encl ol tlwe lirst stanza players were Casting loolcs at Coacla Larry Seimering ancl pointing at tlwemsclves to lne talien out ol tlae game. Pacilicys footballers, wlio were actually in line sliape lor tlae in- vasion ol Hlvig timen loottnall. Coulcln,t acljust to tlle lieavy, clamp air. At tlae lg-eginning ol tlae seeoncl laalf, many weary Tigers were still in tlwe sliowers wlien tliellcivlc-oll Caine. Pacilios loig, lorutal line was in tliere soclcing all tlae way, but tlae laaclcs louncl the going rougli ancl slippery. Xves Vtfalsli was tlae 'most Consistant grouncl gainer of a wlwole lleet ol slowecl-up Tiger Carriers. Sicl Hall, Bolo Moser. Xvayne Bergman, Burt Delavan, Pat Riloiero. ancl Duane Putnam were tlae main-stays in tlle line. ln a game tlwat was prominently a clelensive one for tlae Tigers. Pacilios big Xvalt Polenslce ancl game captain Don Harcley macle up lor tlie larlc of ollnense witll sparlcling clelensive play, Polesnlce being ereclitiecl vvitla stopping at least two l.-.b.t.i. toueluclowns. Norm Selaacle ancl Sicl Hall were ellertive on clelensive in tlwe line. Parilie rollecl to if' lirst clowns ancl -oo varcls Gainecl wl1ilels.S.U. ffatlaerecl 1- lirst clowns ancl 'Ol farels J Q . , i, Q bi Q J 5 gainecl, 195 yarcls on passing, lnut tlie rl igers lumlalecl away tliree sroring rlwanres. Bill Wood trapped after intercepting a pass Ted Case and Robin Rush buck for yards as Walt Polenske looks on. against the Bayue Bengals. -181- 0 O O aci Cc envev TOM MCCORMICK DOUG BREI-EN Back of the Week Lineman of the Week Reminiscent ot earty Roman history, the Tiger had a feast of Pioneer in the mile-high city of Denver, Cot oracto, 41 to 7. The first time the major-rating hound Tigers got their hancts on the han they trompect eigthy- one yarcis in one push, with a thirty-six yard ramhte hy Tom Mccormiciq sanctwicheci in hetween hruising tine thrusts, to score a seven to nothing actvantage, Wiccormictc doing the honors. T hen the Biacii Knights t hoggect ctown for almost a quarter untit just hetore the enct of the hrst halt when they openect the tiooct gates. Youthful quarterback, Tony Geremia, handled the Tiger fortunes most ot the way, hut when relief pitching was neectect, Doug Scovits right arm tagged receivers with passes that kept the Tiger attack rotting. Une Scovit aerial was gooct for thirteen yarcts to iVicCormictc anct six points. Another Scovii toss went to Keith Dawson. for seventeen yarcts anct another score. Wiccormicii was the top man in the Tiger repertoire of swift hacks anct crushing tinemen, scoring two ytouchctowns anct racking up ptenty of yardage. McCormick, Don Harctey. Xfvatt Potensice, Xves hfiitcheit, Keith Dawson, and Xves- Xwatsh scorect for Pa- cific. Doug Breien. the game captain, was the Tiger power in the 'line aiong with Sid Hail, Burt Detavan, Gordon Johnson. Pat Rihiero, Duane Putnam, Rohin Rush, casio Simoni anct Norm Schacte. Walt Polenske steals a pass from Sid Hall clearing the way for Don Hardey two Pioneer hopefuls. after a pass interception. ..1 8.2, aci ic evabo KEITH DAWSON BOB MOSER Lineman of the Week Lirreman of the Week lt toolc the Blaclc Knights of the Calaveras a mere four minutes to hlast a legencl that hacl live-cl for six years for the University ol' Nevada at lvlclfay Staclium in Reno. Dicli Friencllich, ol? the San Francisco Chronicle, callecl it Hclarn near Un-Americann as Tom lvlccormiclq scorecl l rom thirteen yarcls out with just four minutes gone out of the lirst stanza. i From there it was Xves Mitchell on the encl ol? a twenty-lour yarcler from Doug Scovil, Eclclie lxflacon slicing 55 yarcls off taclcle, Bill Xfvoocl on a one-yarcl smash, Tecl Case on a 111-yElI'Cl romp over right guarcl, Vtfalt Polenslce helting for two. XV es xfX!E1lSl1 for three ancl Keith Dawson on the encl ol? another Scovil aerial, this l one for twenty-one yarcls. Dawson macle the catch of the year while running loetwen two Nevacla defenders. The Tigers stacked up 502 yarcls to the Vxfolf-pacles 190. Pacilics hig, swift line rippecl the Nevaclans to shrecls as the Blaclq Knights handecl Nevacla its First loss in McKay Staclium in six years. Pacific pounclecl to 24 lirst clowns to Nevaclafs 10. Xvalt Polenslie, the game captain. playecl his usual Hne game on clefense along with Sicl Hall, the Tigers peerless line-haclcer. Hall hacl himself a regal clay as he was the main reason why Nevacla crossecl the micl- lielcl stripe only once uncler their own power. Big Boh lvloser put on lcey clown-lielcl hloclcs that sprung looth Macon ancl Case free on their long ramhles to pay-clirt.. Name the linemen ancl you have the game heroes. D-'A-1 are raw '22L?m'tf?ar?7s!iiwsw ssfsfsr- M mmssiss if .iEEggsgigggeijim.-eigagki.ir---asm? Y 2 Q 1 Q tan: iitififizisi 'Jani -wirwf - - M , saw sears wig Qs' :'2:e2:::-a-2- :aria W 3,95 -'L' - ' . .I . . . if .sr :::...i. .. '4 - - T . ' . 1 - . ii 'W -' W 9 -521 222. - , L 4 - ..., a . - ' M . .:.'::..::f:i1-5 . : V, ' ., - 4 sf ::..:::.::.::: 1 f z . W M as A W ,:-::g .... : 1-.:.,.: .:. yi, ,A A , wa, A - Macon, Don Hardey arid Duane Putnam gang Wes Mitchell blocks as Tom McCormick squirts up on a Nevada receiver. 13 yards for six points. l fxci ic 55 0276343 55' EDDIE MACON SID HALL Back of the Week Lineman of the W To quote the worels olf .lorclan Qlivar, heacl Coach of the University of Loyola toothall team, Mliwo points are as goocl as liftyf' is the lnest way l.o show how the Lions gainecl revenge on the Hungry Tigers for ioqoys 52 to o Paciilie victory. The ehargecl-up Lions, lecl hy quarterlnaelc Don lflosterman, lirecl lofty-eight passes into a wealc Tiger pass cleliense ancl eompletecl twenty-nine for a .604 percentage ancl victory. Four ol! l. .oy- olas Eve touehclowns were seorecl on passes. The Blarflc Knightss great line powerecl a running game that over-ran the Lions anel lcept the 52,852 scream- ing fans on the eclge olf their seats throughout the entire Contest, as the leacl Changed hancls live times. Pa- 'eilie ramlylecl lor twenty points in the lirst stanza ancl left at the hall-time gun, 20-14. Early in the thircl quarter the Lions seorecl ancl lecl QI to zo. The Tigers roarecl haelq to leacl late in the thircl rouncl 27 to QI ancl Loyola went out in lwront 28 to 27 with six minutes remaining. A tanalizing ramhle hy Don Harcley set up Paeilieys 55 to 28 leacl with two minutes anel twelve secfoncls to go. Un the ensuing lcirlc-oll the Tigers were penalizecl a clelinitely long lilteen yarcls ancl Loyola toolc seven plays to go out in llront 55 to 55 on live pass plays ancl two quarterlnaelc snealts hy Klosterman that totalecl 57 yarcls. The Tigers roarerl harlc with a 4 i yarcl clrive in three plays only to have time run out 21 yarcls from victory. The Tiger line was terrilie in clefeat ancl the haelchelclgnostly lfclclie lxflaeon anal Tom lxflcicorinirlt, paelqecl a clemoralizing punch. Don Hardev played hoth clefense ancl ollense ancl was the outstancling star of the game. Siel Hall. Xvalt gpolenslie, Pat Riloiero ancl Duane Putnam starreel clellensivelv. The game, resplenrtant with thrills ancl great lfooothall, was a proper opening for the Clecliration ol the Parilie lvlemorial Staclium. Wes Walsh near the end of a fourteen yard ramble. Doug Breien gets set to receive Don Hardey's Look at that elbow. fumble after the gang' hits. -184- OlGDSliC, xX!OOCl, NOHU SCli61ClC, KCCVGF ilEll'iliOViCl1, DOLIQ Bffiiefi, C?lO1'ClOl'l i.lOl'lDSOl'l ac! ic 1'C55'1O HARLAN BERNDT BOB MOSER Back of the Week Lineman of the Week Pacilies swilt, r'rusl1in,q lvorwarcl wall metlioclivally smasliecl tlie Fresno State College lootlgall team into tiny lvits as tlwe lglacli rlugernaut massecl 465 yarcls net ancl lilliy-two points at Ratclilln Staclium in Fresno in what may lnetfome tlie last game playecl lnetween tlle two selwools. Tlae game featurecl tlie clelnut of a new Paciljic star as encl lslarlan liaernclt toolc over a clelvensive liall-laactlc post ancl tlie result warmecl tlae liearts ol? Tiger Followers. Keitli Dawson anal Eclclie lVlaCon scorecl two six-pointers apiece wlfiile rliecl Case, ,lerry Picliering, At Smitlsn ancl Doug Svovil version' lionors. T Scovil laael a liullc Tlie lglarli lfniglit Sicl Hall, Xvalt P Crossecl tlae promisecl stripe lor singles. XVQS lxflitcliell ancl Jolwnny Cololn sliarecl the con ie top play of tlae game was a lilty-tl1ree yarcl lieavc lay Scovil into tl'1e arms of Dawson. og lineman lianging on liis passing arm wlien lie tlirew for tlne score. ls eiglit toueliclown ollmensive clicl little to clim tlie Btillclog lialting tactics ol Harlan Bernclt, , Ralpli Collins, lziil ing average. xensive pilecl up 271 yarcls lnrom running ancl 192 yarcls from passing to Fresnoqs 253 yarcl total ol wliifli 1.4: Pacilios potent ol average in 5 lrvs. ing attarlq into liigf Kelley ancl Boln Stoner. Tecl Grossman won tlie plauclits ol rloe Plaan witla liis 42.7 punt varcls fame via passing. Tom lVlc,tCormiclq was tlwe leading grouncl Qainer witli an 18.5 Srovil ancl Geremia passecl io times lor i 1 vomplotions as tlwe Tigers rammccltlieir pass- 1 gear. i Harlan Berndt returns an interception with help Harlan Berndt, Norm Schade and Eddie Macon from Bill Kelley. level oil on a Fresno man. -185- aci ic Anka Cla TOM MCCORMICK PAT RIBEIRO Back of the Week Lineman of the Week rlwlie Taunted Tigers old tlie College of tl1e Pacific waited tldree years to luost tlie Broncos of the University of Santa Clara, and tlie long wait was fruitful, 55 to 14. Xvitla Pat Rilneiro, Duane Putnam, Sid Halt and Xvalt Polenslce tieing up tlwe Santa Clara attaclc, the Blaclc Kniglits of tlue Calaveras saddled the Broncos quite effectively in tlie Pacific lxflemorial Stadium. ' tn a wide open game ttiat was tatblned a Close one, Tom Mccormiclc slammed into tlae 'Bronco end zone from I 1 yards out ljor tlie initiat score of tlae contest. Just two minutes later Santa Clara tied it up with a 58 yard pass. Tlie Tigers went to worlc on an outmanned Bronco squad when Duane Putnam and Norm Sclwcle luloclced a Del Rassmussen punt and Doug Breien corraled tlie porlr-liide in tlie end zone for tlae score tlwat put ttie Bengals in front to stay. From tliere it was Eddie lytaeon for 53 yards, Tom lVlcCormiCli repeating on tlwe Catclwing 'end of a 52 yard Scovil llip and Xves Mitrlaell adding six on a seven yard pass from Sciovil. Wlitcljell added tliree of live conversion attempts For the Tigers total. of 55. Santa Clara,s vaunted Saxon Xvraitti was stopped Cold lay Pat Ribeiro, Sid Hall, Bill Kelley and Gordon lolinson. and tliat slowed tlwe Bronro offensive to a lwolntule. Botla Bronco scores Came on long passes. Don Harcley and Harlan Herndt tiglutenecl up Pacilicys pass defense lyetter tlian in any previous game. Tlicr Blaflq Knights waited tlwree years to avenge a QI to :zo defeat lay Santa Clara in IQLE' and tlicir 1950 victory left no doulat alnout tlaeir major status. Pat Ribiero moves in to put the finale on Don Hardey fakes two Broncos out while-pzlmg Don H3fdey'5 tackle, yardage before Fran Hare stops him -186- aci Cc Chcinhai-K WALT POLENSKE SID HALL Back of the Week Linemari of the Week The night-mare of any foothaii coach, pass defense, haunted Coach Larry Seimering and the Biacic Knights of the Calaveras for the distance' of the second half at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, as the Tigers experienced their second ruinous road trip of the 1950 season. Pacihc started as though the Finai score wouid read in the ctoiihie figures when Tom Mccormicic zipped twenty-two yards into the end zone hehind hiocixs hy Bob Moser, Duane Putnam, and Jim Fairchild with just seven minutes gone in the first stanza. Xves Mitchell added the extra point and the Tigers ted 7 to o at halt time. After half-time saw the gridiron covered with sawdust and sand to dry out the mud that was anicie deep from goat iine to goat 'line the Bear-cats of Cincinnati started passing and the Tigers started losing. Cincinnati completed only five 'passes in 15 attempts, hut those five were enough to score twice in the second half and insure victory. Pacihc and Cincinnati hoth had scored helter than 500 yards from running per game prior to this hattie. The Tigers chanted up only Q2 yard rushing and the Bear-cats dict iittie better with a total of 146 yards. Certainly the tack of ground attaclc was the iargest contrihuting factor in the Biacii Knights defeat. Pacihds terrific line, for the Hrst and oniy time in 1950, was outpiayed and that. more than anything eise. spotted defeat for the Tigers. Sid Han and Norm Schade were hright spots in a spotty iine and Xvait Poiensice and Harian Paernctt stood out in Pacihyc defensive haciciieicl. Tom McCormick and Don Harcley supplied the running punch. st Eddie Macon, on the receiving end of a Doug jim Fairchild and Norm Schade gang up on a Bear-cat V11 aerial, good for 17 yards and a first down. pass receiver. Note the mud on the cleets. -187- aci Cc W an ose VJALT POLENSKE HARLAN BERNDT Back of the Week Linen-ian of the Week Qtct tvtan Xveattaer put a twist in Tiger ptans to matce it two in a row over ttie ucvotcten Raictersu from San close State Cottege. A sotict week of rain turnect ttie turf ot Pacific txftemoriat Stactium into a stoppy. loose tootect quagmire ttwat tnoggect clown almost every ttiing tnotti teams triect. But ttwis tractitionat taattte tactiect none of ttie tuster anct ttiritts that usuatty go with gructge games. 18.603 fans sat tturougti a pouring rain to watch ttie Black Knights come from taetiinct to tie up the game, 7 to 7. The Spartans tait pay ctirt tirst on a 68 yarct romp toy tutttnactc Harry Becta. The Territnte Tigers roarect rigtit taacti with a twelve ptay S3 yarct marclti that grounct ttwe Spartans to tvits. Vxfes tVlitctiett,s boot in ttie rain from Tom tVtcCormictc's twotct tiect ttie game alter Don Harctey tuettect into time encl zone from two yarcts away. Pacitic pitect up 518 yarcts net to the Spartans, 198, mostty in ttie seconct halt, but coutct not tinct ttie scoring puncta. Ttie Tigers struck cteep in San Jose territory twice in ttwe tourtta perioct, losing time bait once on a tumtjte anct once on downs. But ttwe ttiritts ot ttwe game came trom ttie ctetensive work ot' Yvatt Potenstqe, Harian Bernctt, anct Sict Han. Bernctt interceptect two touctactown tbounct San Jose passes, one on ttie Tiger one yarct tine. Potenstqe and Halt tiect the Spartan grounct game into knots. Bernctt was just as effective at receiving passes as tie was intercepting Spartan tosses. 'He caugtat two Scoviit tosses anct a long tieave from Tony Geremia. Duane Putnam, ttwe game captain. Pat Ritiiero anct Gorcton .totmson tect ttie Tiger cause in ttie tine. Ted Case is stopped cold by two Pioneer Iinemen on a Wes Walsh slides between two Spartan tacklers as he cross-buck up the middle. 4 starts on a 26 Y-'ifd filmt- -ISS- ds .. H...--we T., Mm E xi .tingim W- TED CASE Back of the Week Coach Larry Seimering had greatest effort ol the season t present at the expense ol the Stadium saying the coach s Bostons Terriers. who had journeyed to Califomia to escape three feet ol snow in Boston, ran into a :aval- ley Bowl., lull of thicli log a to lxflacon on the Tiger 31. rout was on. Nlacon countec yards lor two more scores an I lor in 1051 when he started lor the Tigers. Ted Case, the diminutive lu aci Cc osfon ' PAT RIBEIRO Lineman of the Week riis llortieth birthday and the ldlaclc Knights of the pcalaveras put together their o hand the former University of ban Francisco All-American center a 55 to 7 University of Boston. At the ljinal. gun, lrloe Phan, left the Pacilic Memorial nould have a hirthday every Saturday. nd a hungry hand ol? rugged Tigers. Pacilic went to worli after Boston punted n three minutes and seven plays, Macon scored from nine yards out and the twice more on runs of 41 and -ioi yards. Don Hardey slapped in and 66 d Xves Xvalsh, Jerry Pickering, XV es lxflitchell and Ted Case counted singles haclc from Lodi, and replacement for Don. Hardey, gave the fans plenty to hope running early in the game and did so much running and hloclcing that he was easily the outstanding man on the lield. Pat Rihiero, who was to win the most improved player of the year award at the end ot the season, lead the Pacihcgolfense and defense lines. Capalnle assistance on the part ol Puurt Lelavan, Norm Scha de, Keeverdanlcovich, Ted Toomay, Bolo Morris, Harlan Berndt, Sid Hall, George Johansen, who returned to the Tiger line-up lor the lirst time since heing injured in the LSU. game, and .laclc Ross made the Boston cause just that much more hopeless. Pacific's happy Tigers hoisting Ernie forge Walt Polenske and Bill Wood put the cruslzer on and Larry Siemering. an ambitious Terrier. -189- Ili.. The Guest The Host EDDIE LeBARON TONY GEREMIA The College of the Pacific gave former Tiger magician Eddie Letgaron a homecoming and then rudely slammed the door in his face 37 to 14. Before a rain-washed crowd of 16,200 cheering fans, the Black Knight machine rammed hack from a 14 to 9 deficit to pour four touchdowns across the Quantico goal in th esecond hahf to make victory and the 1950 season complete. Hurt Deiavan was the outstanding lineman of the game. hut Tony Geremia was the man Kdoe Phan: watched. As il" LeBaron's presence on the field was an omen, Geremia opened up with the hest game of his career and engineered three scoring drives, completed Five out of seven passes, one for six points, and generally sparked the Tigerys second half Winning punch. Nine Tiger sen- iors wrapped up their collegiate foothatl as Jack Ross, Sid Han, Xfvalt Potenslce, Bill Wooct, Boh Wtoser, Rohm Rush, Doug Breien, Ted Toomay, and At Smith played one of the hest games of the year. Wes Walsh on the "Sally Rand" with Burt Delavan recovers the fumble that jim Fairchild and Burt Delavan. set up the Tfgefs last SOON' -1901- I I aes mc uanhco nw ,mmm m-1 -M m:m nan an Q ugmn U mama 1- wsnb In ' ...-, X ?,B,,,1ss1'a-a neun 6 Ma am any w- was me HIV SS-SSB m m H N nn B an m mam an nam ma a n e1 lm Q mn nmmQW mu 5 E RmTa E . aww un-N , M w an -m 5. -m QMQE new WES MITCHELL the Ralph Franczs Memorial Wmner of the Congressman Leroy johnson for the most improved Trophy for the most valuable place- player of the year kicker of the year. WALT POLENSKE SID HALL f tlze Harry Kane, Sr Memorial Winner of the Douglas Vieira Memorial Trophy for the most valuable senior of the year. as 3 rfgzg: smgma. M mmnms sms ' iaaggv EM5Ena H X W as-5gggS1ESg.a..r M Wa aww Kgs ifmmfgxggxmx-'ummm Eigmklgzhl K-:mia-Hmimgmsalnl nl E vmzmkmxm ggi 1 sms, wmyggs mnmxnn EMQQME an X a swam 2 , , ,MM B335 QTQMSMWH H- gg wma Hgggg, am H SEQ 35225 Q ' wang E ma guna Bags m was an msn m nw me an m.,. an-mx www nam 1 EW 4:-an -nh-IN an .H- Q vmawm gm Alwnrig. ' KW we-Meme. Q H Ejggigwgfgif Nriiigi S-uf-hw.. 4 Ma,- yv L. M zaiaii' H a H ml V' LEE HBE? n W-H a aaa ?Bm'iw an am-HE -is Hain' ms nm-lla HBE E H-554185 wawaa- B Egasm - aa-1 new m mam ms ms Mmm u an mw- mwmn -H E1 LS Mm E Q BSI ax NEWER! nmfmw a mama m an B -a aanam ,. . U Us ,, B n W m-mam m my -m mum my BOB MOSER Honorable mention All-American Center on seven national teams. "' a nmsu ' :uw Em A. Q? m sm M H :am an an mx H M A E M H a. SWA H E H ' inn m Q ,. x B mn as mama saga W was mama san a Q na an n ww' a Q gm 2. as Q Q Bi DUANE PUTNAM Winner of the "Red" Busher Trophy for the most valuable lineman of the year. was gen an ana mm B H mniihiilmxx , nam H g.fwm.wQH wma xg 211-'ml-:HW 4-E W 4 .W mm iinwmiggxmmm' 'ms Km gixmnwsm' HERB an B M H H M EEE HK K A ' H ,mm Milam Qgmm H my M H ma H wg X mama w wana mam an m a my E n a m um a naman , nam 4 a was an a Hman snug amen a E nm: ammwig gg Maas Mm s anna mama an m slzet-LAH at Act Cc . . . Centennial year at the College of the 'Pacihc saw to the Tigers growing list. The Pacific Basketball in Northern California. Riding on the crest of national recognition and another major rating actclect squad was consicterect the strongest independent team season of IQ wins against just nine defeats, Chris Kjetctserfs classy Tigers went into a play-oft series that was to determine Catiforniays representative to the National Association of Inter-Collegiate Basiqethatt tourney in Kansas City, Wtissouri. Their initiai play-oft contest enctecl in 57 to 55 win over San Francisco State, champions of the Far Vxlest- ern Conference. The Southern California jinx tasted just long enough for Pepperdine College to heat the Tigers, 63 to Go, in the second play-off' contest. However, a hict to the N.A.t.B. tourney was forth- coming in spite of the toss and the Black Knights of the Calaveras journeyect to Kansas City where they clrew Arkansas Politechnic Institute in the hrst rounct of the tourney. The tuvxfoncter Boys" of Russellville, Arkansas, huitt up a 64 to 55 teact with just two minutes remaining in the contest hefore the Black Knights found effective range. Bill Wfirt and Howie Pearce comhinect for six points in' two minutes, hut time ran out on the hard fighting Tigers and they were eliminated from the tourney, 64 to 61. Bill Xvirt, the Tigerys team captain and top scorer, tantcect xo 'points to tear! Paciticys scoring anct hreatc the College of the Pacific scoring recorct for a single season with 579 points. Roct Detrictr, the Tigers Sophomore sensation, tanhect ten points to hoist his seasons total to 558 points. Howard Pearce, the Black Knights peertess center, startect every one of Pacificfs 50 games and gave a great account of himself att season long white tantcing Q42 points. George Moscoide, the Tigers Hoof captain, amplety fitted in a guarct spot, along with Jack Norctt, Bud Vtfaticins, and fast moving Brit Smith. Lynn Engstrom, Jim Denton, Ect Kahn and Chuck Schreiher aided the Tiger cause. Crbvis oacbeb Heart Bastcethail Coach Chris Kjelclsen, n h years of coaching haskethait at Pacific, has ne , Y, met with more success any season than the 1Qs 1951 scheclute. ln 50 games his charges won and tost 11 anct receivect a hicl to the Natio Association of inter-collegiate Baslcethatt tourn in, Kansas City. Missoriri. Even though his te lost their first rounct engagement in the N.A,t. tourney, Chris was creditectwith one of the In games of the entire tournament. ' , . The climax of the 1951 season was a harct four 4 57 to 55 victory over San Francisco State in game which ciecictect the northern California r resentative to the tourney. After the game Kje senys team saict they uwon that one for Chri. No hasirethait coach coutct ask for more than th -192- aeb O 0 O coviu ecovb or 49j'4 COP Santa Ciara University COP 59. .... Young txienys institute ..., :IQ Go ..., COOP 5o ..,..... California Aggies .....,.. 59 COP 5o ,...,. San Francisco State , COP oo ,i,wvvAv California Aggies .,..,... 47 COP Go ,..,,. Ensor Atiitetic Ctulm . COP .... Universit f of Nevada ..,, 42 COP- 5.1 ..,. Santa Clara University I 5 COP 57 ,... University of Nevada .,., 46 COP 82 .,..,. San Francisco State . COP 8 ..,. Pasadena City College .... 46 COP 56 ,.,.,...,. San .lose State ..... 7 COP 78 ,,.,.. Fresno State College .,..,. 44 COP 56 ,....,,. St. Marys College COP 62 ,,,,., Chico State Colleges: ...... 56 COP 44 ...,.... Sacramento State COP 61 .... XViltiamette University .... 45 COP 51 .......... San Jose State ...,, FOP 61 ,,,..... Pacilic University ,.,...,. eo COP 65 ...... Pepperdine College . 1 COP 56 ,,.... Portianct University ...... Go COP 06 ,,t.,. Pepperdine College . COP 42 .,.,,. Pacilic Lutiweran U. ...,.. 511 COP 81 ....,... Stockton Slcippers FOP fo ,,,.,.., St. Marys College ..,,.,.. :IO COP 57 .,.,,. San Francisco State , I FOP 7o ....,, Fresno State College ...,,. 55 COP 6o ..,.., Peppercvtine College . FOP 55 ...,.... Sacramento Slatek .... Q.,.48 COP 61 ....,,,. Arkansas POIy:i::1: 5: Overtime games. im N.A.l.B. tourney game. COP 1577 Opponents 1505 Xvon 19, lost ii t 1 J 1 93- I 'ers In cfioh Pearce and Wirt watch as Watkins recovers against the I Broncos. Pacific 55, Santa Clara 44. Detrick and Smith scramble for the ball as W Moscone look on at San jose. Pacific 56, San Jose 58. Pearce scores against San jose as Detrick, Moscone and Watkins move in to help. Pacific 51, San jose 53. 194- Pearce Watkins, Detrick and Wirt search for the against Stanta Clara. Pacific 55, Santa Clara 45 ffv ag. amsas .if 1, is-souvi Floor Captain Moscone steals ball from Arkansas Poly star at N.A.I.B. Tourney in Kansas City. C.O.P. 61, Ark. Poly 64. scores on a push shot against S. F. State as,Moscone moves in for the rebound. Pacific 82, S. F. State 47. 1 Captain Wirt dribbles in for lay-up at K. C. Tourney. Detrick sinks his 27th point against S. F. State as Smith and Wirt scored 19 points in PaciEc's 61 to 64 loss. Denton look on. Pacific 82, San Francisco State 47. S -195- was B am an X H E H mn ms 3 aw xx an s nw mssfi mngssn BILL WIRT Team Captain Forward, 6'-5" GEORGE MOSCONE Floor Captain HOWARD Guard, 5',0'f Center, 6'-7M 5 E n'-rw WQEEQHBWES gsmajs mm w mm xsaQf5xx TOM POLLICITA "BUD" WATKINS ROD DETR1 Manager Guard, 6'-4" Forward, 6'-5" -196- ,, n ENGSTROM ED "BUZZY" KAHN BRIT SMITH orward, 6'-3" Guard, 6'-1" Center, 6'-1" JACK NORDT Guard, 6'-3" SC HREIBER uard, 6'-0" JIM DENT ON Forward, 6'-3" get ll With only tliree lettermen from last yearls Blaclc Knight haseluall squacl to lnolster the teamys strength, Coach Hugh lVlcXVilliams was lacecl with a gigantic rebuilding joh as the IQSI season openecl. The Tigers won six contests wliile clropping 12, hut the won,-lost recorcl is not a true picture oll the season. Six of the twelve games the Tigers clroppecl were lay two runs or less. The Blacli Knights wliippecl the Alumni to open the sea- son, 5 to 4. The Sacramento Solons, ol? the Pacilic Coast Conference, toolc two games l rom the Tigers, 4 to 2, ancl Q to 0. Sacramento State College won two out of a 0, 1 . .,,,si,s:1i.sisst!22?Ei?-engage: aaresssexewsggssssihawg EQBEEEQQVQW WMWfs:mEEmwg BBB ssafia-Esjggmm .si-is-W ms E B , www at aci I three game series, 12 to 1 1 and 5 to 1, the Bengals x ning their lone victory by a IO to 7 score. Pacilic s a two game series witli Arizona, winning the lsirst g" io to 5 and clroppingt the second contest 5 to 2. Fre State provecl to he a nemis in winning all four of scheclulect contests, 9 to 2. 6 to O, 6 to 5, ancl S t San ilose State split a tour game series with the Bl Knights, losing the initial two 5 to 1 in twelve inni ancl 4 to 2. The Spartans came loaclc to talce the sec round of the series 6 to Q ancl 5 to 4. The Stoclcton P measured the Tigers with a 15 to o shut-out, hut Tigers whaclced USF. 4 to 5. has gym! .... ' - 1 L Q Q 1 -2 Q 2 -,1 -t ai' Wa v'sg'L-kmf lg f iii? P ,, H- fs at f 2 L Q s 5 1-MEAE is 532 55 , ,S 1,1 - Pt 5 5 3 Q 5 i f -'-- 'X - .,.,:,.:..e:::.:.:.: as Ngo -Jgalveff Coacbeb as-ms was Megs, mggsi is--ses 11-1 wg mum-fag ,af satis si-tea 1-:eggs YE!! QV!!! me .Ms ,as Q, sa .L Z-be Ujla eb. . . C' 6 KM ny Kane stretches to beat out an infield single against the Stockton Ports ' l CO1' th ecovb or 4 9 Y4 Players and Position Bill Sanford poles out a long single against Arizona State 1n ABR Bud Taglio, c ............... ...... 8 Z Ray White, Zb, 3b ....,........... 48 4 Johnny Kane, ss ....., ..v....., 6 4 11 Bob Saucedo, 1b ...,.. ......... 5 0 .6 Bob Leighton, rf ..., ......... 5 4 13 jack Fiori, cf ......... ....,,... 6 2 6 Johnny Noce, c ........ ......... 4 0 4 Matt Equinoa, 2b ...... ......... 3 5 2 Bill Sanford, 3b ...... ......... 4 8 3 Norm Schade, lf ...... ......... 2 5 2 Leigh Meteer, rf ...... ,,....... 1 6 0 Jim Denton, rf ............. Frank Bevilaqua, p ..... jack Sandman, p .... . 1 0 2 1 ........26 2 Edd1e Cattuzza, p ................ 10 2 Bud Watkins, p ........ ......... 1 3 0 Gene Gardner, p ...... Pitchers Record Bud Watkins ...,..... Jack Sandman ....... Eddie Cattuzza ...,. Frank Bevilaqua ..,.. Gene Gardner ....... lute scores against Sacramento State as jack Fiori and Bill Sanford look on l57twlrh,dNH 1 0 G 6 ......11 6 3 one of Pacir'ic's wins JB HR RBI SB BB SO Pct. 1 O 2 0 0 0 0 5 0 11 0 0 4 3 4 1 1 8 0 9 0 0 3 2 12 1 2 6 5 9 0 0 4 1 13 0 O 4 1 6 0 1 4 0 6 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 H RRF SO BB W 29 13 , 30 20 1 68 24 39 31 4 32 21 7 14 1 15 17 6 17 0 6 9 0 14 0 .500 .271 .266 .260 .250 .242 .200 .171 .146 .080 .062 .000 1.000 .154 .100 .078 .000 ERA 2.63 2.86 7.58 13.53 27.27 jack Fiori lets a fast one get by him as Pacific wlzacks San jose State, 3 to I .xg fam? Y , ha we . L, y 3,wQ.:'g5 Jaiifwh- , .19 5 H 5 W F 3' X . :. ,.,-mf fe, .in :ws-ff-,gf Q-fi. 251,-4' A I ..- X 41. . . 1 A .ffilis-71656'5i.Z!i'?i5f55 L wif- ., '- 1. 1 4 fir an A Awe. ef-:'.ff.,2ga2' .aye . ,, , -F ,,,,e1"g-na.-greg-:1 A- . mmf' 2.-.'.i,,.,i..'X Lasik: .aa 3 .1 , X .ini is M .,M T, . Z' .. 5 .Av . vw., im x -mum ww,-1.x in-mm zwss - w -Q 2 -2 ,pimms :ummm JACK SANDMAN P1tcher a ms wan ss . 1 . x ,,, sm Q-'naw simxE'?5QiEzmmw - Liixksss.-A a rsiiixm fgigwg-Hmm H Bsmsmsgggggiinma-x ggiga sm W-Qggggsmm . 555332 mmmgesiawww 4555-1 mmmmww nigga .mmm -155554 mm Emil! Q -rg-pw f- 2 1 - E . .., 5 M. 1 MXH A , 7 iff? ,Emu mag-fw we we ,mi-7: -glsizsmga . 1 f - M 5 -,::--u:5::54-f- 1 - - Q -.um z - L xx..-nmmzg -.X 2 ff fx H mm -5 K .- H N, as xx 1 :-:-:r--:-:5. ,Mm .,.: Q , .HMM f mmumn s , PSSSUHKR 2 x WMQAX-Zzsf A R - U ma f ,um-f'-N' ig I V ' ,W ,wg -Q H-'QL 'A BOB LEIGHTON Outfield W JOHNNY KANE Shortstop J- -1-La-'aww as-.:s " W , ,x.1.,w,-1 ,GM may W N V: . Q .4 Mmw,.,f,L.iWEi wwamg .Wy WM -Hi, M mxigisms NEW' --f Til fm M :Q -m n E . ss mn nm x mam mn may was a was mn sms mu - mv ss ss L' nm mf. 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M-- ,1 ,H -M W., --K , Af :mu " an B K as In X, E W-2.1. - -H . il I, A-1.3! s,.gfME2:Xix N :W hx. - N W R MV - -W wwf M H - H E M smaiih ,- ,Lim Y mv ,- .www QL x-Q MATT EQUINOA Second Base X W ,M I I ,,5Uff.fM I, " Jgzwwf I ,LJ-Q-Q-Ew'9 -.1-ragga-gg-f X522 KVM . -Si ,, Q YTEM .MM 9 MJ -alms .M-. W.. N H sg X1 JACK FIORI LEIGH METEER FRANK BEVILAQUA Outiield Outfield Pitcher -ZOO- N - ij x, 2, :.: in gif ,' N W K ' V aff' f M 4. 1 is 'C dr, . 5:1 U 1 Q " SAUSEDO GENE GARDNER JOHNNY NOCE BUD TAGLIO Base Pitcher Catcher Catcher SANFORD BUD WATKINS JIM DENTON uird Base ' Pitcher Outiield x ,KEN ROSE SONNY ADKINS Assistant Coach Assistant Coach -201- vacz at aci ic . . . The flashing spilces of Don Brooks, a triple winner in every dual meet of the season, led the Tiger thin-clads to a commendable year on the traclc while Bolo Jones and Duane Putnam heat all rivals in the lield events. Boh Butter- lleld, greatly improving with every meet, added valuahle points in the Field. Perhaps the greatest trihute should go to Coach Earl R. Jaclcson for his great eltorts in rebuilding. old Baxter Stadium into one of the hest traclc and held stadiums on the Pacific Coast. Featuring a 220 yard straight-away and a nine lane traclc, Baxter Tracl: and Field Stadium was the scene of many hne meets during the 1951 season. Pzroolcs experienced a hrilliant sea-son hy hrealaing both the school and stadium records in the 220 yard low hurdles and the 120 yard high hurdles. His hest time for the 9.20 lows was 25.5 seconds while he toured the highs in 14.3 seconds. He won the 1oo yard dash in everv dual meet the Blaclc Knights of the Calaveras entered. Brooks won the 12.0 yard high hurdles against the hest in the land at the Dralce Relays and second place in the 100 yard dash. Bolo Jones larolie the stadium and school record in the discuss with a toss of 158 lqeet 1 inch and placed second in that event at the Dralce Relays. Boll Butterfield hrolce the school record in the javelin with a heave of 195 feet55f1 inches. Duane Putnam hrolce the school record in the shotput with a put of 49 feet 9 inches. Eddie Macon, the hrilliant Negro speeclster, remained unbeaten .in dual competition until the San .lose meet when he placed second to Boh Crowe. Dale Keyeser had a high marlc of 6 feet 3 inches in the high jump and I5 feet 6 inches in the pole vault. , 0 fonewallfl Coacheb :Z-be own ef-eb . We ,,.r...f-us:-is j K -202- Eddie Macon winning the 440 in 48.4 seconds against Bobby jones spins the discus out to 158 feet 1 inch Cal Poly and Sacramento State. against Cal Poly and Sacramento State. Eddie Macon competed in the broad jump for the tirst time in the io51 season and in his second meet torotce the school, stadium and meet records with a teap of 23 feet 7VQ inches, Jack Kirkpatrick, Roger XVictcman, Ed Davies and Ray Drew handled the distance events for the Tigers. Paola Hudson and At Smith added depth in the sprints white Garth Lipstey and Jim Fairchitds aided the hetd event cause. Fred Cooper and Tom Mccormicta supplied sorely needed depth to the Parilic he-td men and Ken Butter was always a threat in both the 880 yard run and the quarter. Pete Peterson had the never ending senior managers position. Don Brooks wins and Bob Hudson runs second in the 100 Eddie Macon wins the 220 yard dash against Fresno State in yard dash in Baxter Stadium in -9.8 seconds. 21.4 seconds. Bob Hudson ran second in 21.6 seconds. 5 sw 215-g.,5.,,,.-" -203- ,yi 5' H5 BOBBY JONES JACK KIRKPA Discus Mile and Two . tom evval I 5 AL SMITH, BOB HUDSON, DON BROOKS DON BROOKS 100 Yard Dash and 220 Yard Dash 100 Yard Dash, Hurdles . A, si"'3-ff' I Q .. ag .. F w 1 -4 -204- C v af' -f , S .f if H A . . ,- ,4 ,. ,, , fa, .- b -1. iwafh 1 3'-?'f,,a W.. . ,, - nz. l A W.. L I -6 1 'aww' UQ' , ,ik M A , A ' if gm 'X ,mg iw A ffm W M E ww new A 5 5 .y Q H t , y L .va r E, , A 1- - W, EW -1 V 2 A-x-N 1 A, Q Yf Wiaif' '-W Ly My 'N Ng! ,wx M fm,- ' .f -QJQ-T-' .1 "xx -W .wg -'sv mx .M .wg A M Wm: 2 ' 1 ,wi Y' R A-IWWK hy mf ngwqqwf' 5-295W Ei? 1" awww M L H 5:89 Q Q,-ax s ' rf, ,K li M1 A SA :gi 'gfnn M MCCORMICK RAY DRENV, ROGER WICKMAN EDDIE MACON favelin Distance Men 220, 440 and Broad jump evvf fic f 'ers GARTH LIPSKY, DUANE PUTNAM Shot Putt and Discus DALE KAYSER Pole Vault and High jump w J ennis at aci ic . . . Clint Arhuctde, the youngest coach in Pacihds history, took over the reigns ot the Black Knights tennis squad and did a commendahte job white taking a fun course -of studies at Pacigc as wett. Arhuctdeys leading star. Darren Vkfinrich, went through the entire season Without suttering a defeat in duet meet competition. Win- rich won the Northern California singles championships hy defeating San Jose State star Bud Kertcorian. 6-Q, 6-4, at the Berkeley Tennis Ctuh earty in the seazon. Kericorian was seeded numher one in the tourna- ment white Xvinrich was ranked tourta Xvinrich also entered the cottegiate co gest upset of the tournament hy Fred was ranked second on the Btacic Knigt Haley, seeded third. was the victim o was ranked fourth in 1951 and Bud B tcovich and Bob Taylor alternated at t lnexperience and illness cut deep into mpetition at Ojai and was eliminated in the quarter-finals in the hig- Aftagist of the University of California, 6-2, 3-6, S-io. Don Jacohus fl , . ,. VI. -, . , ' t s squad for the season and vt on his share of the dual matches. Rich t ittness that cut his ettvectiveness down tar hetow par. Lee Tucker tumenfetd held down the tiiwth spot. uDodoH Deparsia, Keever dan- 16 numher six position. the Tigerys efforts to add another top team to Pacihos 1950-195i total, hut the tennis stars were Full ot iight an the way and carried the Black Knights htactc and orange quite wen. Clint' Coacbeb DARRELL WINRICH DON JACOB No. 1 Seeding No. 2 Seeding M e ii: if :fm fig Q N: ,BW " E? W mm: L gmgxg A I 1 - WHQN 2 X . ,, W, My Y. ,, e W E : 1 ,.-P Q 1 3 mmx am S 2 31H2'mwl2fi g Aixam? my fe 75, .x,,.1,. . ff ,THU . A, A Q x fn- mu J LEE TUCKER No. 4 Seeding mu RICHARD HALEY No. 3 Seeding e aeb... em 33,3 -,ww asf V Ag' -, '., L' ' J: W ' f R P Q Q M ' 3. f 1 if X' i n A 4 may n fx -fn?-13 .nr 4 I ff Y Q Y F' S .,,,,f1 I , Grafx! - -1: X L if ,:,:ffas"iNX, N m 4' ' lex J 'X 5: a, v Q? ' ff' .Q 5' I W 'Q 6 M ,QA mg? - N . f,yWQg1g5iaR.- W 1 fy r :lz gn ff 'H ms, E v K S 5 V xi N 'HQ ff' .. - W- 31 A x I W x z x BUD BLUMENFELD No. 5 Seeding afar ,sm to . . , .i...... WW' ., . .... .. .. . ,.,, ., ,,,,,,,, , 5, , ,, ,W , Fxve of Pac1fic's poloxsts, Gene Nyquist, Walt Baum, C, Coacbeb a Bobby Brown, Dick Cullenward and Tom Ostman Coach Bill Anltitavs Xvatler Potnists Ctiattengerl some of t teams on the Pacific' Coast in 1030 and lmattterl their way a ,qooct maiorily to Ive Classccl as one nf the tnetter teams area. Led Ivy Captain Pmlulmy Brown anrt Diet: Cutlenwarct tiect for high point honors, the Pacific Crew enjoyed a se three wins against three losses. Don Pouctmer, Graham Ctwristy Qstman, Jon Stebbins, Denny Pace, Gene Nyquist, Dont Bob Ntoorc and Xvalt BHIIH sparlitect in the Tiger ranks an The Tigers were rated second only to the powerful Olympic of San Francisco. Dick Cullenward fires a point into the net as Paci1ic's Black Knights stop Cal Poly 'Ml 'SX' Whats. even: S. if,'.Q,'5a.. . .Y A is-1: fifffikwf Arif Z 5 3 -tim e x ,,1,,,Q, W WWA, v . . - .ws ng 1 3: Hav e ee, get V, spy- lx"-sw Q, 'N wh , ,. .5 , .E:. Aqll 4' A .Tn A Q ,ff Gregarius? . 3 Y,-.w 3,M..,"'-Nw ..fgf2X,,-V " :Exe tftvtfbeswmtf'-3-7.'m4Nhe:,m., ew.. , . Roger Wickman leads the Tigers in a slalom meet ting ai Clean recorrl in collegiate Cornpetition, Roger Vxfick- , time learn captaiin for the Black Knigimts Ski Team, let' Tigers tlwrouglm a six meet season. in spite of an obvious tacit wxpericnre. the Tigger' skiers dict well in ttie Reno Vxfinter wival at Wit. Rose, time Tressicter Nternoriat meet nt Yosemite, Fresno Invitational meet at Yosemite, and the Donner txftem- Cross-country and Giant Slalom meet at Donner Pass. .kman won every collegiate cross-country event he enterect. Aubry, Denny Pace, Bill Phillips and Mike Francescini car Pacific's Black and Orange with exacting improvement in meet ey fglcieb . . . Cin ' "ws, Bill Aubry Hashes down the Mt. Rose down-hill course L..... ,,.,,1,, ,1.g,,,,, ROGER WICKMAN Team Captain V 44 7 0144 en s ecveal-soma ssociat-Ion Our women sports enthusiasts at a tea in the Anderson "Y" A hearty cheer after a tough basketball contest Badminton is a lot tougher than it looks There is plenty of play time in the W.R.A. as these gals A softball conference is included in the womezfs activities relax with a cool dip Beginning early in June, 1Q5O, President Sylvia Kap- lan and laer calainet planned a lull program for tlae Vxfomenys Rcvreational Association lor tlae 1050-1951 year. Sports days in Davis, lxflodcsto, Claico and Sacramento. special events wlaiclw incluclecl tlwc fplaslm party, tlwe luasl-:ctluall Utip-ollm, tlae student-faculty luaslzetluall game and a tennis tournament were lwigglu- ligldts ol tldi-s program. Zeta Phi sorority won tlwe laaslietlmall tournament lor tlwc tlaird Consecutive year and gained possession ol tlwc perpetual troplwy. Zeta Plwi measured Tau Kappa in tlwe laaslcetloall nnals. Tlie XV.R.A. lnanquct in lxflay Climaxcd a great year willm tlwc installation of Clara May Kennedy as tlwc 105 1-1052 president. Senior awards were presented to Hilda Vvlumlerliclw and lxflarge Pratt at tlae dinner. Miss Harriet Slaeldon will continue as tlme groups faculty advisor. Grace and form are emphasized on the Archery courts nfva- urn 5 Omega Plus softball champions of 1950 P.E. majors were the officials for all Intra-mural contests Enjoying their most sueeesslul year, College of Pacino lntra-murals tlourislwecl uncler the guirling lwancl ol Dr. Carl Volt- mer in 1o5o ancl 11751. Tournaments were lwelcl in lootluall, luaslcetluall. volleylnall, softball, swimming anel tennis. rlilwe polar Bear Atliletie eluly, macle up ol men from North Halt, won the lntra-mural lootlaall league with seven straight victories. rllweir l'ou,ql1esl2 laattle was tlre final gzanne against Rlrio Lamlncla Plwi wlmere they scorecl in tlwe closing minutes ol' play to win tl1e game ancl llme Clmnipionslwip, I5 to 7. Rlwo l-amlJcla Plwi lmouneecl lmacls in tilwe lnaslqetlmll play-ollvs to win on the st,reng1t.l'1 ol n season Closing or to 47 victory over tlwe Slrmoos, wlio lmcl won tlieir league easily. Former Tiger lmaselmll stars Ken Rose ancl Sonny Acllqins were top men for tlie Rliizomia squsicl. Buelcly Jones uml ,lim lfnos lecl tlwe Polair Bears Clwainpionsluip football squacl. Omega Plii Alpha got into tlde lntra-murals act with a lopsiclefl win in tlwe volleylyall league. rlwlwe Plioos won tlwe tourna- men witlm ri rousing I5 to 11 ancl I5 to o victory over Manor Hall on tlwe strengtlw ol Howie Pearces line worla on tlre net. lt was tlwe liltlw straiglwt year tlwal' tlwe Omega Plmi team won tlie volleyluall tourney. Ullieials lor all ll'll.I'2l-t11lIl'Ell zretivities were clrawn lrom rzuilcs ol' the ljlwysivnl licluc'al,ion majors on tlwe vuinpus uncl tlmey aeeoniplisliecl u line recorcl lor top arliitrating. The last liall ol tlwe spring semester was oceupierl witlm tlwe soltlvall, swimming ancl tennis tournaments. Flqlue Senior class wallcegl away witli tlie annual lnter-class tract: meet in Baxter Stacl- ium witlu Don Brooks, tlwe top scorer. 'MMM y The Polar Bear Athletic Club won the touch football league Omega Phi captured top honors in Volleyball 1 EARL R. JACKSON Director of Athletics Kj4f'b 'eric eiaavtvsq ent' Cvecfovs JERRY KIRSTAN Athletic Finance Director -.... -i. 1:- ' --A--, , - -.Z-mi- -.-,fr-vizaa Reprint from the P, First Naranjado, 1886 From the History of the Class of '86 "1 um noi in the roll of common men." It is now more than three years since the College lirst hacl the honor of malcing the acquaintance of the Class of '86, Three years which have heen well employecl in teaching our he- nightecl fellow travelers the ruggecl way to grave ancl reverencl Seniority. Since attaining that high glory, we have clevotecl ourselves to those pursuits which have macle us famous-Athletics, Music, good living ancl the Sciences. The Senior Nine has never lcnown a clefeat-none in the College has gainecl an equal reputation for scientific hatting anel high-art fielding. lnrleecl, it is in itself an expression of the sentiment of the Class in regarcl to the much-cliscussecl question of the equality of the sexes, four of the nine heing co-ecls .... FELLONV STUDENTS-ln a few weelcs you will he herelfit the lnenefactors of your college existence. Vxfe will disappear from helore your anxious gaze lilce the morning dew before the sun. Qur places in your hearts will he left an aching voicl. Before it is too late, encleavor hy cliligent stucly of our ways to malce yourselves more worthy of our approval. Strive to malce us a little more conscious of your humhle aclmiration. That we may not crush you with the overpowering protunclity of our massive minds. Ancl when the eventful June 3 shall have come, when, as a Senior Class, Eighty-six will he hut a memory, talce this lesson to your hearts ancl poncler over it. Excerpts iii? First Naranjado Published 1886 Though the University of the Pacific has, since its founclatio more than thirty years ago, heen recognized among the leacl ing Colleges of the Unitecl States, it was not until last yea that there was any marliecl activity on the part of the suclents Then the Class of ,86 organizecl ancl gave the lirst .lunio exhihition in the University. This year we come hoclly to the front to still further increas the stuclents' interest hy this puhlication of a College "Annual,' a time-honorecl custom in all leacling colleges. Qur intentio is to give as nearly as possihle a correct account ol the presen condition of the College, as regarcls the Classes, Faculty Alumni. Societies, etc., ancl the various happenings ol interes that occur in every College when the gay ancl festive stuclen goeth on his semi-occasional larlc, perchance leaving a portio of his coat-tail hehincl on some neighhoring fence in his ter rihle hurry .... The name we have chosen, "The Naranjaclofl is the Spanis translation of "Orange Colorf' the College Color. . . . Everyone must recognize the clilliculties attending a First at tempt of this lzincl. yet though almost insurmountable ohstacle have heset our path, the hitter has not heen altogether cle void of the sweet, ancl the composition of this worlc has hee rather more pleasant than lahorious Anal now, lcincl friends as we are ahout to suhmit the result of our lahors to you persual, though it may not he all that was expeetecl, he not to harsh in your criticisms, lor we clicl our hest ancl none eoul more. NN evlxsevj Tlze Sfaff of the lQ51 Naranj'aa7o wislzes to thank flfze merchants wlzose aais foflow for l1efp1'ng to make the 1Q51 Naranj'ac!o possilnfe. Pacvfc Sfualenis slzoufal support flzem. OKI CAMPUS FOR YOU... 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I N E S T Congratulations FEMININE 9222 P A S H I U N S P U H Y U U r wb SMITH Q NG G5 Qflbcdlbrfif, qillyb cffow H 2105 Pacific Av 1 dgatvon ize uv c74bVC1'ff561'5 1 bifovs essa 'Q . . . This afternoon l loolced into the box in my ollice and saw it was empty. The last proof was at the printers, and l lmew it would only be a few days before yould be sitting out on the lawn, or up in your room, or in the End Zone looking at your- self in the 1951 Naranjado. l suddenly realized it was al- most over. That these months of rushed deadlines, writing and rewriting, of gallons of cottee drunlc, and cartons of cigarettes smoked had become a boolc. Six or eight months ago when all this started, contemplating this moment was lilce considering a trip to the moon or a bus ride to a star. Now l can loolc baclt over my shoulder at it all, l can remember days when l doubted if this day would over come. l ltnow it wouldnt have if it hadnt been for twenty or thirty editors, sections editors, and friends who joined me in my coltee and no sleep diet to build this boolc. You see, a year ago when someone said "Frank you're to be editor ol the Naranjadof' l laughed: Because l lcnew, and they should have lanown, that l didn't lcnow any more about year bool: editing than l did about Llama rai-sing in Tibet. l did lcnow that the lirst thing a year bool: was filled with was pictures, so, after having two photographers talcen away from me by the Army, l called on my good friend and one of my favorite photographers BOB CREATE. Armed with Hash bulbs and a roll of lilm Bob and l started out to build a yearboolc. Vxfe toolc pictures of the campus, ot the people, olf rallys, we even toolc pictures of each other taleing pictures. My shutter linger had a callous on it, when somebody told me, Hlzranlc, a year boolc has to have a por- trait of almost everybody on the campus in it.H l loolced at my callous again, crawled into my Cadillac fvintage of '59l and crealced down the Avenue to DON VVHEELERS. "Dr Vxfheelerfyl said, ul have a problem. l want portraits of about eight hundred students on the Pacihc campus. l want them all posed the same, dressed the same, and l want them all smiling. l want you to malce the men lool: lilce Gorgeous George and the women lilce l'ledy Lamarr . . . Can you do it?" Yvheeler loolted at me coldly, ul won't have time tomorrow." But Don got them done. He spent the greater part of the year in making one of the greatest single contributions to this centennial yearboolc. But l couldnlt tell you much about Donls worlc without men- tioning the yearboolcls girl, Monday through Friday: ELLIE SPRlNGlVlEYER. Ellie was otlicially section coordinator, but actually she was a sort ol planning and reminding machine. She spent her days and nights making dates for you, with Don Xvheeler and his camera. Nvith the pictures beginning to come in, I was becoming a blissful, "Feet-on-the-desla editor." Vxfhen suddenly some- thing happened that threw my whole schedule into complete turmoil: l got a billl l realized l had to pay for all these things. Two days later, l had two wastebaslcets, one drawer and my right rear pocltet Filled with bills. l was just contract- ing for having two more wastebaslcets put in the otlice when CLIFF HSHYLOCKH GREEN appeared in the othce with the title Business Manager and carried otl: my two bill hlled waste basltets, the top drawer and my right rear pocltet. Cliff was a human adding machine that pulled us through hnancially, and helped produce a bool: for you at the lowest possible cost. Vxfhile Clilt did this l went baclc to putting my feet on the deslc and loolcing at pictures. Une afternoon MR. EARL XVASHBURN, our faculty ad- visor, came into the ollice and said, l'ranlc, you ve got a lot ol: nice pictures to put in the yearbook., "Thanh you," l said. "That,-s alrightf, he said, Ubut you've got to have something else in the yearboolc besides picturesf' l loolqed at him in dis- belief, and suddenly realized that it was true. l began to cry. l cried on his shoulder, as he silently patted my head and murmured, "Frank, l'll call the art department outf' That was how l came by my art directors, MAI-ILON SCHMIDT and CHUCK HESS. who l was happier to have than a com- bination of Leonardo De Vinci and Franlc Lloyd NVright. Along with them came the men of distinction that made this the yearbook of distinction: TED TOQMEY and RICHARD Ylp. Tedls worlc can be seen in all the division pages, and the original water colors by Richard Yip are one of the high- spots you'll hnd in this yearboolc. By the middle of the year l had a Hdummyn in my left top drawer filled with snapshots and copy. lt loolted very nice there in my drawer with all the pictures pasted in, but l wasnlt exactly sure how l was going to get a thousand ot them put together to send to you. My lcnowledge ol: printing went about as far as the copy of the Basket Weaxiing Majors News they delivered to my room every weelc. So l called on BILL THUR- LOW of the California Art and Engraving Company hoping to Find out how they stucl: the inlc on the page. Bill treated me like a son. He not only helped me through the dillicult photo engraving process, but he gave us a number of tips to improve and stylize the boolc. Many of our problems were ended at the deslc of Bills head artist VIC ANDERSON. My experiences in town with LEE ATWOOD of the At- wood Printing Company, almost constituted a short course in printing and publishing, and gave me another shoulder to wet with tears. Many a Naranjado will have gone through the presses before l forget the afternoons spent tallcing with ERVVIN OLNEY, the pressman, M. J. l.1EED0lVl, the Lino- typist, and LYNN BURCH, compositor of the boolc, l sang the Naraniado editor blues to them all, while they went ahead and turned out a yearboolc. With this lcind ot expert printing and engraving help every- thing seemed to be running as smooth as an oyster in a barrel of oil, until l realized the bool: had a middle but no top or bottom. This caused a mild hysteria l even contemplated binding the boolc in old Pacific NVeeldysg.when BILL RET- CHIN and .lllVl MAPES of the S. K Smith Cover Co. arrived just in time to produce the top and bottom to the bool: you're now reading. Now that it's almost over, and that in just a few minutes lyll turn my lcey in the loclc of this otlice lor the last time, l want to oller a lot of thanlcs. Here in front of me on my deslc l have a copy of this 1951 Naranjado, and as l turn through it, every page and every picture represents some one l owe thanlcs to. DON DRAGOO and his excellent sports sec- tion, the ART DEPARTMENT, the PACIFIC NVEEKLY for their publicity aid, and most ot all to my own STAFF. Thanlcs for the hundreds of hours, writing, drawing, pasting photographs in a dummy, and doing all those things that have helped to produce the 1951 .Naranjado ' 1-an lc Wolfe Editor. -229-- wiifg-2 15 'GQ k-as:?:?5'.f ii fr' X ' li I. 324- - ffuavfffw ff . -45412, .f1fa.1-.- aaavvb" Colle 'e of 1-be aci ic Now in its one hunctreclth year, a year ol? centennial celehration leacling up to the entrance of its seconcl century on July 1o. 1Q5 1, the College of the Pacific is the procluct of a perservering and zealous Methodism: ln 1848 the General Conference of the lvlethoclist Episcopal Church authorized Bishop Beverly Yvaugh to seiect two young men of high qualifications for missionary service in California. Those selectecl were Vxfilliam Taylor and lsaac Owen. Both were among the chief founders of the institution now lcnown as the College of the Pacilic. A third l7ouncier was Eclwarcl Bannister, who arriveci in San Francisco in Qctoher, 1950. The lfirst important ectucational conference was held in San Jose, January 6-7, 1851, Hto consult anci aclvise as to the founding of a Seminary of learning in this state under the partonage and control of the lwethociist Episcopal Churchf, The conference recommenciecl the 'Klouncling of an institution of the gracle of university.n A seconcl conlwerence, meeting in San Francisco, lvlay 14, 1851, toolc further steps looking to the actual louncling lay appointing a hoarcl of com- missioners Hto select, secure, and plot suitahle grouncls for the University town . . . The thirci conference, meeting the lvoltowing .lune 26, acioptecl a resolu- tion Fixing the site ol? the proposed institution at Santa Clara. lts hrst name was California XVesleyan College, whose charter was granteci on the ioth clay of July, 1851 :hy the State Supreme Court, thus laeing the lirst institution of college grade to he chartered in California. There was not statutory provision at that time for chartering a university. The name provect unpopular. 1851 HA Golden Century -230- 7 , 0 0 O 5 Xt the first opportunity it was changed to the University of the Pacihc, which :hangc was sanctioned hy the Stale Legislature. The institution continued un- der this name untit 191 1, when, in accordance with its actual status and its plans and purposes, the name was officially changed to the Coitege of the Pacific. The actual opening ot the Preparatory Department of the University took place at Santa Ciara, Ntay 5, 1 under direction of Edward Bannister. The Mate Department and the Female Collegiate Institute were operated for years as virtually separate schools, hoth, however, heing under the same president and hoard of trustees. The first college graduating class, consisting ot tive young men and tive young women, received baccalaureate degrees in 1858. in 1871 the University moved from Santa Ciara to College Park, San Jose. where it remained until the move to its present site. Napa College, also Methodist-controlled, was consolidated with the University of the Pacific in 1896, and its graduates were enrolled among the alumni of Pacific. After long consideration the College was relocated on its spacious campus in Stockton, in 19211. where it tool: on new lite. Xfvith the organization of puhtic- supported Stockton Junior College on the same campus, in 1956, the College ol? the Pacihc restricted its offerings to the junior, senior. and one graduate year, thus becoming the first three-year liherat arts conege in the United States. Now in its one hundredth year the College of the Pacific resumes its place once again as a four-year college with the re-establishment of its tower division. Indeed. 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