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

 - Class of 1959

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I A i v A ' 1 F53 ei ,,', 4 ,:- ,K . ,fe -, -Y Q. i W Who's John Felix Not Pictured - Ne al 0'Done . ll 23,1 . - mfs! . 1' '-X. .1 1, 1 , . 1 , X V, . -Z A - -r, . it "- l ww' ' ' ' lu I Ae: vj-11. 3, - - ...ul Gail Garruventu Rodney Geimun Calvin Maas Bill McGregor l w+- Jean Perenra Nancy Robmson Sandy Robmson Sue Scnvener ed by the student senate d a faculty committee, ese students were chosen r their service to the hool, academic achieve ent, and general partlcl tlon In campus events George Sulva Steve Stocklng F I it Fh a VWSB -L F tbl! Zv z nwativ- ' Inawgrl Murielle Tsukomoto .lack Willoughby HARVEY ADDIE .IAMES ALEXANDER MARGARET ALLEN JEAN AVERY Music Psychology Education Speech Stockton Stockton Stockton Brentwood MARY BETH BABB CLARENCE BAKER HAROLD BARNETT RICHARD BATESON English Psychology Religious Ed. English Corning Farmington Stockton Wilmington, Del. ROBERT BAUER LEE BEANE FLORENE BEROLDO BETTY BLAKLEY Civil Engineering Business Ad. Education Education Stockton Stockton Stockton Oakland LINDA BLEVINS ELAINE BLUM FRANK BODIN BEVERLY BROWN Speech Music Education Speech Indio Berkeley Stockton Stockton ROMANA CABELIZA P. E. French Camp fog, KAREN CANDINI P. E. Manteca in PATTI CAYLOR EDWARD CHRISTENSON Physics Yuba City MARGARET CAKE JOSEPH CALDERON JAMES CAMINATA Music Business Ad. Business Ad. Vallejo Tracy Linden t l 1 1 l KURTZ CARPENTER BETSY CARR JOHN CAROLL Chemistry English Pharmacy Las Vegas, Nevada Ketchikan, Alaska Oceanside 42' CAROL CHAPPELL MARGARET CHENEY ROBERTA CHING Religious Ed. Speech Education El Cerrito Stockton Honolulu, Hawaii BARBARA CLARK LARRY CLARK WILLIAM CLEMINGS Business Ad. Music History 8. Poly Sci. San Francisco Los Angeles Lodi GEORGE CLIFF Poly Sci. Napa JACKIE COKER Sociology Stockton NORMAN COLLINS Education Petaluma JON COLTON Business Ad. Elk Grove PATTI COOMBES Chemistry Stockton ROBERT CORBETT Education Stockton HENRY CORSON Econoniics Little Silver, N.J. NORMA CORSON Education Stockton SALVADOR CORTES English Richmond THOMAS CO RTLAND Pharmacy Vallejo FLORENCE CORYELL Education Richmond WILLIAM COY Business Ad. Salinas WALTER CULBERTSON P. E. Altudena MARILYN CURNOW Education Stockton JOHN DEUBLE Chemistry Stockton PRISCILLA DOLL Education Beverly Hills LYNN EASTMAN History Eureka DICK EASTERBROOK Psychology Fresno DOUGLAS EBERHARDT Business Ad. Stockton FRANCES EMERY History San Francisco AMELIA ERNST Education Lodi ANTHONY FADELY Philosophy Stockton RICKS FALK Speech Stockton ROBERT FARLEY Civil Engineering Stockton ALLEN FARNUM Business Ad. Orinda GEORGE FASEL History Belmont JOHN FELIX P. E. Oakland MONA FIKRY Music El-Gueish, Chatby, Egypt FRANK FILICE P. E. Santa Cruz JOLAND FIN K Education Patterson TOM FLORES P. E. Sanger JOHANNE GADAIRE Education North Dakota BRUCE GLEDHILL Economics Mill Valley BARBARA HAASE Education Stockton 20 w JOAN FORST Religious Ed. San Mateo GAIL GARAVENTA DALTON Speech Concord LEROY GRAINGER Pharmacy Lodi DONALD HAASE Sociology ' Stockton LLOYD GABBERT WALTER FREDERICKSON Music Civil Engineering Sacramento Stockton ROD GEIMAN ROBERT GLIDERMAN Business Ad. Pharmacy Los Altos Stockton 5? JANICE GRAVES RUDOLPH GRAZIANI Economics Zoology Spokane, Wash. Antioch BILL HALE SUSAN HALE Business Ad. En9llSl" Stocckton BGll110Ill' Not Pictured- NICHOLAS ANGUIL LEE BRANSTOOL GAYLORD BRIGNALL JACQUELINE BRISTO BRENDA BROWNING SELDON BRUSA BARBARA BUCKIUS DOUGLAS CAMPBEL JOANNE CONLON ILENE COOK ORA COX ANNA COYKENDAL EZANE CRUMB CAROL CRUZ DONALD DeNEVI ESTLEY FARLEY RY FETHERLAND GEORGE FONG CIFICO FUERTES RRELL FUNSTON ALPH GAETANO JACK GALL ICHARD GARVEY ICHARD GEROW OLORES GIBSON ALTON GOWEN JERRY GRITZ DMUND HALLEY ROL HAMPTON SHIRELY HAMILTON MRAGARET HANSON CAROLYN HENDERSON Education Education Education Stockton Lafayette Berkeley -A J. N I Elf:-Zi. Z in ip- S eau ' -- "' if NEIL HONODEL RICHARD HOVE LARRY HUBBARD Pharmacy Philosophy Pharmacy Manteca San Fernando Vallecito BETSY IIDA RONALD ISETTI SACHIKO ISHIDA Education History Education Kaneohe, Oahu, T.H. Stockton Lodi DONALD JOHANSEN CAROL JENKINS CAROL JACOBSON Education Sociology Pharmacy Honolulu, Hawaii Glendale Fresno LORETTA HODAL Education Yuba City DAVID HUTCHINGS History Pomona SACHI ITAYA Education Stockton CAROLE JONES Education San Anselmo CHARLOTTE JONES Education Souisbyville MARY JONES Education Stockton ANNA KALLIN Education Colusa HAROLD KELLEY Civil Engineering Long Beach ELIZABETH KIMBALL Music Sacramento CAROL KING Education Stockton WINIFRED KNUTSON Education Indio DON KRAMPE JEAN KRUEGER Education Pasadena ARLENE LAMBERT Economics Danville JAMES LANTZ Economics Stockton DONALD LATIMER P. E. Stockton RICHARD LAUER Business Ad. Belmont JU DY LEMOS Education Meridan LORETTA LEONG Education Stockton CLAIRE LOCKHEED Education Stockton MERLE LOGAN Business Ad. Stockton ALBERT LOUIE Zoology Stockton FRANK LOWERY Economics Stockton CHARLEEN LOWRY Education Whittier KATHERINE LUM Pharmacy Thornton WILLIAM McGREGOR Business Ad. Concord MYRNA McWILLIAM Home Economics Woodland CALVIN MAAS Religious Ed. Lodi BRUCE MacLEAN Economics Napa GEORGE MacMURPHEY Pharmacy Stockton CAROL HADDAN Education Aloma VIDA MADDOCKS Psychology West Boylston, Mass. THOMAS MANNING Chemistry Stockton ROMANO MARCHETTI Music Oakley PN .vis IP CAROL MARTIN I MARGARET BOEVERS JUNE MAYER ROBERT MAYER Business Ad. Education Education History Livermore Modesto Sacramento Bakersfield I , OSKAN MAZLUM BELVA MEHLSCHAU CHARLES MERRILL ROGER METOYER Civil Engineering Music Speech P. E. Stockton Nipomo Reno, Nevada Los Angeles Q19 MARTHA METZLER PATRICIA MONDON PATRICIA MOSMAN EDWARD MOSS Speech P. E. Education Psychology Linden Marysville Stockton Pomona aa I A 2:3 , is O 1 , 'Si MASAKO MURAYAMA TATSUYA MURAGAMA BARBARA NEARON NANCY NEWTON English Psychology History Music Yamaguchi, Japan Shizuoka, Japan Atherton Vacaville Not Pictured- PATRICIA HARVY RICHARD HAYS ROBERT HICKS EDWARD HINSHAW MAURICE JONES NAPOLEON JONES THEODORE KEITH GERALDINE KENNO JOHN KENT DAVID KLURMAN CAROLE LACAMPAG DONALD LANDECK CHARLES LEIDY EVELYN LEISKE RICHARD LEWIS Not Pictured- PHILLIP LARSCHIED CORAZON LIBUNAO VINCENTA LLANES ROBIN LOCKE DONALD LOWES GRAY LOWES CALLIE McCURN LEONA McGRAY JAMES McHUGH NANCY McRAY HARRY MAXEY BETTY MOLLGAARD ROGER MOREAU ARTHUR MOW ROBERT NICHQLS FLOYD NORDWICK WILLIAM NORTH NEAL O'DOAN P, E. Art History Music Cal-log-fa Lodi Lockport, Ill. Sparks, Nevada DONALD OSBORN ROY OTTOSON JEANNETTE PAGE JEAN PEREIRA Speech Business Ad. P. E. Education Hillsburg Paso Robles Alhambra Stockton JESSYCLER PEREIRA SHELDEN PERRY MARILYN PETERSON SHERYL PICKERING Education Education Education Music Rio Grande de Sul, Brazil lsleton Oakland Vallejo 8. 5 Q 7 'Qi 1' 3 5 5 1 BARBARA POLLITT ROSE PURCELL BRUCE REEVES MARY REYNOSA P. E. Music Economics Spanish San Francisco Napa Vallejo Stockton WILLIAM RHOADS Chemistry Manteca BEVERLY RIDDLE Education Patterson NANCY ROBINSON Education Oakland SANDRA ROBINSON Education Eureka THOMAS ROBINSON Business Ad. Fresno MICHAEL ROE Speech Salt Lake City, Utah BEATRICE ROESSLER Education Lodi SHIRLEY ROSS Art Oakdale WILMA ROSS Education Porterville ROBERT ROTH Business Ad. Hebron, Ill. MARIE RUSSELL Home Economics Long Beach DONNA RUX Music Therapy Davenport, Wash. ROBERT SARTWELL Geology Salinas KIRK SCHEUFELE English Stockton JAMES SCHLEGEL Chemistry Richmond RUT ROBERT SCHNEIDER Civil Engineering Manteca SUE SCRIVENER Sociology San Francisco CAROL SEEKATZ Education Stockton BRUSA SELDON CAROL SEIBOLD Modern Language Stockton RICHARD SHORE VICTORIA SHORE ESTHER SHIKUMA Art Watsonville HIROSHI SHIMADA Pharmacy Fresno GEORGE SILVA Pharmacy Los Banos ALBERT SIMI History Modesto H ANN SIMONSON Business Ad. Arvin LEE SING Pharmacy San Francisco OROVILLE SMITH Civil Engineering Stockton EDWARD SOWASH P. E. Vallejo , 27 WN HELEN SPERRY PAULINE STARC Sociology Education Lathrop Stockton MARJORIE STONE WARNER STRIPLIN P. E. Pharmacy Lynwood Stockton MARJORIE SWARD BARBARA YEP F. E. Sociology San Anselmo Stockton i"'K ADRIAN RUIZ VERA LLANES VICENTA Sociology Stockton ELVERA STEINER STEPHEN STOCKING English Botany San Francisco Stockton JANET STULTZ JERRY SULLIVAN Education Business Ad. Modesto Stockton g IQ! MARIELLE TSUKAMOTO JUAN ULEP Education Florin FREDRICK WADEMAN BETTY JO WATERS Math Sociology Woodland Temple City I I Not Pictured- SHIGERU NAKAOKA WILLIAM NIETMANN VERA NORTH ROBERT O'BRlANT JOHN PICKERING JULIA PIERANO MARY PERTERS PAUL RAUSER I' AMENDA RAUSER l MICHAEL RESSO HILDEGARDE SABROWSKYL DOUGLAS SCHEID KARLENE SCHUSTER 1 DARWIN SCHWARTZ HARRY SHARP EARNEST SMITH SIDNEY SMITH CAROLE SMOOT PEARL SNYDER ROBERT SWEET FABER TAN WILLIAM THOMPSON JAMES TURNER KEN USELTON LARRY VINSONHALER JULES VOERGE JOHN L. WALLACE MARSHALL WALLACE JOHN WEEKS HENRY WEGENER SAMEL WEST BURGESS WINDSOR LAWRENCE WOLLESEN ERICH ZANCANELLA ROBERT MENSINGER Lag H E N RY WATSO N Chemistry Goldsburg ROBERT WEBSTER Business Ad. Stockton DEHNE WILLIAMS Education Downey JOE WATSON Psychology Riverside LOIS WELLS Education Stockton WALTER JACK WILLOUGHBY International Relations Dhahran, Saudi Arabia JOHN DOYLE WRIGHT Physics Gridley FLOYD WEAVER KATHERINE WEAVER P. E. Zoology Stockton Sacramento ARTHUR WEYBRIGHT SHERMAN WHITE Phqrmqcy Business ACI. Stockfgn Bakersfield ANN WILSON BETTY WOODRUM Music Education Piedmont Stockton 5 E' '- Qfx 1 SANDRA WURSTER NELSON ZANE Art Music Corning Honolulu, Hawaii 14" N X' E, l jj ""-f--he-f 'X xi, 2-.kmkd i flu QQ. 'Z L .ra Af", ww., E- E 5 49' 2 ' xtgu, ,,' J f 4 ' Iii? Affivififs Welcome back to school. Did you have a nice vacation? Don't you miss the seniors? Did you hear 'bout orientation? f"!l 'f Sunday comes, we have to eat, and hamburgers we thrive on. "Hey kids, let's pool our funds and go to Shower's Drive-ln". "Don't talk to girls, don't change your clothes, and rarely go to sleep." With jokes and skits and yells and swats, we sadly welcome Hell Week. Summer's come and gone. lt's a new year for O O Pacific, The freshmen soon will learn why we think it's so terrific! At last we're through with registration and we face our new class grinds. For books and folders, cards and pens, we face the Book Store lines. 45,189 Come on team, let s get that ball 32 Don't be such a ll'll buy your stinkin flowers. "Remember all the posters that were up for our campaigning?" The Ad building was covered, but now we're- not complaining. These steps are usually crowded before and after class. "Where are all the students l?l that are usually here en mass?" lDon t cry, ladyl l l'll buy your pencils, too.l dud. Everybody likes this game. lt's football in the mud." live!! Try to be intelligent, try to be discreet, You may become a senior and can go on their retreat. This looks like Columbia and did we have a ball! ortals iLive, live, Layouts, sweat, and deadlines -- then Wednesday, Thursday, we thought of academic standards, fun and food and all. We thought about Canasta l?l. We thought about Crazy Eights l?l. We'll flip and see, which shall it be? A card game or our dates? One more hand to see, boys, who will get his wishes. The Rolling Pin or Lugos, or On Lock's Chinese Dishes. Friday. Pacific Weekly Office is crammed with letters for Dear Addy. Ah, the life of a journalist! lt is more work than glory. With groans and cuts and always gripes, why bother with that story? Here's to our campus newspaper, it greets us every week. We wish you full prosperity. May the press forever squeek- er- speak. We went over to the End Zone to have a coke or two, and forget about our mid-terms, Flunk this one and we're through! Speaking of our mid-terms, tests are getting rough. We like it though, to stay off "pro", is really more than tough. lGood-by Omega Phi, long live DU ll 33 Football season's in full swing with card stunts and with rallies. New fall clothes and student body cards, dance bands and after-game parties. Of course our mighty Tiger Team is cheered through each big game. Let's keep our fingers crossed and hope it won't be spoiled by rain. lCorne on, you hungriesll Chapel every Tuesday for every "gal" and "fella", with guest and student speakers, Chapel Choir, and a capella. lRhizoma Boomsl lln glorious technicolorllll ' lTAMBOl W iif-, Fall season passed without a drop, but now the rains come down - and slickers, scarves, and tennis shoes appear all over town. Merry Christmas, everyone. This party is for you. We hope you have- a lot of fun. We know that we will too. Projects here and parties there, crisp weather lbest for sleepingl always, always pressed for time - to breakdowns we are creeping. Term papers are always due, and tests and recitation. For more than iust the season's joy, we welcome this vacation. "Thank you for the Christmas cards. l know l'll miss you all. See you next year, please be good and really have a ball." 34 inals ame' and inals assed and mehow, e did too. Forget your roubles- it the slopes. elax- it's ood for you! I know it isn't Hallmark's best but b ' ll ' The Christmas pageant led the way - encircling Stagg Tree. This is something beautiful--a part of you and me. Candles out an d carols sung and faces not so rosy, we wind up in the women's dorm, happy, gay, and cozy. Waiting, waiting, always waiting-three times every day. We know the food is extra good, but we hate to fa ce delay. Ski season is upon us. We're snow bun- nies for sure. Bring your books lhal and pack a lunch. For skiing there's no cure! , may e it will do. Treasure it with all the rest-my valentine for you. Violets are blue, roses are red. Spurograms for you on the Fourteenth of Feb." Dave Brubeck and Cal Tjader and Sammy Davis Junior, Sophomore Doll, "Give to WUS," "Next year l'll start in sooner." 7. aa---f' Band Frolic and g, waterfights and volleyball S ' ' Easter, Mardi Gras and rushin , pring-time love and blushing. The auction and dress dinners and getting in on time. These are things we won't forget 'bout '58 and '59. nd so we leave our campus, but our thoughts don't leave at all. Summer fun is waiting, but we'll in the fall! 3 5 see you The long wait to start registration and complete it was experienced in a different way this year as music could be heard, softly set- tling jittery nerves. As usual, pop- ular classes closed first and many disappointments oc- curred. Freshmen and other new students learned quickly the art of seeking out and finding their counselors, signing into P.E. classes and getting their sched- ules with no eight o'clock classes. Registratio S ' xf l 1 U' . I rientation FRESHMAN ORIENTATION The Freshman Orientation pe- riod includes many events. Dur- ing this time the Freshmen get acquainted with Pacific and with each other. The tradition of Kan- garoo Court is to finish the long occurring events scheduled for the Freshmen and to relieve the sophomore grudge from the year before. The Freshman Dance is held to further the acquaintance of new students to Pacific and other returning students. The Pacific Y holds a camp before Registration in another effort to orientate the new students before they actually start school. Mixer Dance Y-Camp The Presudents Receptlon IS held early In the year to glve new students the opportunity of meet :ng Dr Burns and to be formally Introduced to other offnclals of the college In thus occasion we fund the true spunt of Paclfuc the chance to meet and get to know our college admnnnstrators President Reception HWS ,-,1 Ig And lttle Sister art o , o i L-ff 1? , BIG and LITTLE SISTER PARTY The semi-annual Big and Little Sister Party sponsored by A.W.S., was held for the first time in the new Women's Residence Hall cafeteria. Organized by Gay- lene Nichols, A.W.S. 2nd Vice President, the much- enjoyed event featured a fashion show, entertainment and refreshments. It 'ls fa 'NX,N ' wx. 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Knight crowning Homecoming Queen Rosemarie Clampitt, as President Burns looks on. The Homecoming committee, headed by Stella Barker, worked hard and diligently this year to make the Homecoming Week- end one of the best ever. The committee was in charge of the Bar-B-Q, the rally, the parade, and other activities which made Homecoming one of the busiest ever. Homecomin we gy M M Entertainment by Sarah Olson during the Homecoming Rally. TOP ROW, Left to Right: Dave Towell, Gerry Chang, AI Hill BOTTOM ROW: Carol Blackham, Jeannette Smith, Stella Barker. , 1?-LL -TY' " "ff--fT'li'T' Alpha Kappa Phi Alpha Theta Tau Men's Division Winner Women's Division Wi if li Last Minute Touches HOMECOMING HOUSE DECORATIONS Trophies for House Decorations went to Alpha Theta Tau in the women's division for a huge IBM machine, complete with flashing lights and meters, and to Archania, in the rnen's division, for a huge rocket which was in the process of giving Cincy gas. Fortunately for all, the rains came after judging. With "Pacific in Tomorrow- land" as the theme, the l958 Homecoming parade blasted off with many excellent floats. This year, as in the past, the rains came and some of the floats predicted a wet Tomor- rowland. However, Alpha Theta Tau came through as the win- ning women's division float. South Hall grabbed off honors for the men's division. Harriet Hungwell and her court, along with The Rubber Band, took the Comic entry prize home to Omega Phi. Following the Homecoming Rally the campus moved to the levy to watch the traditional freshman bonfire. Members ofthe freshman class start preparing the bonfire days in advance and then closely guard the materials for the fire as upperclassmen try to start the blaze early. dfffff - G'!lf?6',5' -g -li-'l 1 5 3 J A . Homecoming Parade Freshman Bonfire gg JAN BARRON Alpha Theta Tau LINDA STAGG Women's Residence Hall 'X li , , .,.?,:.:.:,.,, iw! CAROL ANDERSON Manor Hall SALLY LEMOS 44 Zeta Phi ...ov LYNETTE WOOD Women's Residence Hall SUE BARDIN Epsilon Lambda Sigma Princesses 410 Queen ROSEMARIE CLAMPITT 1958 Homecoming Queen Lovely Rosemarie Clampitt was chosen as Queen for this year's Homecoming festivities. A Junior, Miss Clampitt is a member of Tau Kappa Kappa and proved to be a wise choice with her soft beauty and attractive smile. As a memorable highlight, the Queen was crowned by Governor Goodwin J. Knight during half-time activities at the Home- coming Game. She, and her six charming attendants, re- ceived numerous gifts from local merchants during the Homecoming Rally, at which time the Queen's identity was first made known. In charge of the Queen Contest this year was Dick Easterbrook. 46 Dr. John Zimmer and Bob Stewart Convocation "That All May Be One," as the theme for religious emphasis week, Pacific students once again began another week of reli- gious stimulation. Lectures, workshops, convocations and many other activities pertaining to the religious enlightenment and in- terest of Pacific students, set the standards for an inspirational week of religious education. .,,. Ee H S . ,Q-J. "7 tffw fa 'lliflll' t all n l Ill ll Q in E R. E. Wee K l i i i r A I . l ll. ' M -..- rind Q All . ' . :L l " l E l qvri 'T J! J lf T Drive The Penny a Minute Drive through the use of extended hours for the women students, the annual W U S Auction on March 9th, and the traditional Sacrifice Dinner held Friday, March lOth, brought to a close Pacific s World University Service cam- organization was an incentive for the entire pro- gram and stated that Pacific's aim this year was the most successful of any he had seen. W U S is a world wide organization that aids students in foreign countries to obtain a college education This year as in the past the week was one of the highlights of the spring semester. The campaign was ably organized and directed by Jan Barron, Drives Commissioner. paign: Mr. Victor Cherubim, Field Director for the W.U.S. Auction Auction Auction n -Ex . T' Q v, x ' Ti' . .xt , x NJ' 4 sf 4' , W sf ' SQ: g U RT' -A l T I "X-.Xqmms Rf, , . 5.1 ' -A Q , A at-V jg, , ' . N 1-, . K TX, 1: , We Y, .QM '- ? J- N - .. -K X T 'I I ,D fn - LL - YI' .. ' I ' v 4 5 1-lwgkuxh M N.. E: x-' ' ,, V1 :xf-3' '51 ' Q. K . H ' Y' Tx -'14 is- 6 Y ' -l nl 2 . r -T ' Vf - A 4'.' fy . YQ'-Q. 5. 1' K . -I ai .A ' T 'Q lifes if . eg 11 f -,JNQM .Q 'A L., , . It-s . a ,W -4. 31' 1 Y- . wx .Y' 1 . . - ti" - f. Q 5 F " iw' .- 5 .- X 'I' i . . I xxx X ji ' X ' - J' Q 9-r f, X iv 1 . 3" I t " ,r fi' - .XX . .T -1 .a ' 1 'vs -1 .gn 5 l QL, T , 1 if-'.2 , if S ' ' 1 ,L t The tradltlonal Stagg Christmas Tree cere mony held tollowlng the Chrnstmas pageant con tlnued thns year to be one of Pacuflcs best loved traditions The awe msplrnng tree, I admmlstratnon bunldnng was named for one ot the grand old men of the college Amos Alonzo Stagg Each year the P S A sponsors this ceremony whlch serves as a clumax to the Chrnst mas celebratnon . . , -. . . O- cated in front of the II ll Paclflc s Yuletlme fes tlvutles begun wlth the annual carolung proces suon that wlnds through the campus and finally ends at President Burns house Faculty and stu dents then proceed to the conservatory where a glven and each luvlng group sings a carefully prepared carol Refresh ments are then served at the Women Res: dence Halls Dlnlng Room where the carol mg continues and the Christmas splrlt IS shared by all Christmas program is ageant Christmas Tea Chnstmas Formal Chrlstma ARTHUR HOLTON 'rec or A time of special importance to the College of Pacific is that during the holiday season. Christmas teas, the annual Christmas Formal, bring charm and excitement to the campus. Especially noted at this time is the performance of the "Messiah" by the College of Pacific and Stockton Junior College Chorus, This mas- terly composition, superbly given under the direction of Mr. Ar- thur Holton, gives inspiration to all. 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Pr. ,,..- .1 xl - ,kr w 'f.S':v ' va- , 'NHUW 'I -T U I ., ij, I -1 -,,-X Baa-f--S' -4 , 'L , f"f-BEuae-i':Q.1',.. - -:mass-wzafw--AM '- Jig gs' I 'll VV 1 as W VJ "" xv ' 2 ' I I . . f -Y f - - ' - -.",. " ' - f .. gg .,5i'- ,-f?--"w?"HiM A' ' 5 'I ',.,,., -I ,. -f-si- f H G A!! , A f? ' " V xl -:fd Iii' 6. 1 5- - 1' .-.,' il '- A 2371, ' ' " a, A Q 1 ,1 iff., :g1p,4r"?i N:Qi Q, 'fgigtr -, 'X :-rl ,,. , ' ' , ' I n 'C QE a'f" 'ff -F 7' Q ,q.-rf lit' if x LJ Y 1' qs ii! I' ." -pu.. ps-ipaq' 'D i I5 "A 12 Scene Through the Fog," per- formed by Alpha Theta Tau, was a professionally presented musical about The City San Francisco. Rep- resentatlves from North Beach, the Beatniks country girls with the their eyes and the top drawer" elite from Nob Hill brought tre- mendous response from the audi- ence Vivid colors in both costumes and sets and the sparkling origi- nality of the show brought honors to Alpha Theta Tau thrill oflthe big city shining in Alpha Theta Tau Anus vu GAIL MANNING Soph Doll Soph President Mel Slocum and Marsha McDonald at Soph Doll Dance. Soph Doll Candidates A semi-formal dance held at the Stockton Ballroom and sponsored by Pacific's energetic sophomore class, climaxed an overly exciting week for Teddy McBee, Marsha White, Rose- mary Ames, Marty Browning, Gail Manning, and Sharon Kenney, all candidates for Pacific's choice for Soph Doll. Sophomore class president, Mel Slocum, pre- sented Gail Manning as our candidate for the inter-collegiate Soph Doll contest that was held at Bay Meadows in San Mateo on April 17. Ray Hackett's band was a high-light of the successful dance sponsored by the sophomore classes of California's leading colleges and universities College of the Pacific was well represented as was University of California and Stanford Better relations between the schools partici pating in the Ball was assured as a result of group effort that made this year's Soph Doll Ball one of the most successful intercollegiate affairs to date. ll W un Night Bowling Basketball Champs Y Swimming Champs : 1 za Ei? ff y ' I MARDI GRAS UGLY MAN-Curl Kammerer Most exciting of all spring week- ends at Pacific is the traditional Mardi Gras days, held May 8th and 9th, Activities included an A.W.S. sponsored Swim Meet, a pie-eating contest and the delicious Bar-B-Q dinner served by the faculty. High- lighting Friday's program was the Announcement Rally where the winners of the Ugly Man contest and the bushy beard growing con test were announced. Also pre sented at the Rally were various entertaining skits and dances. Con cluding the activities was the cor onation of the Queen to reign over the Mardi Gras Carnival-Ball the following evening RALLY BEARD CONTEST Walt Christopherson and Denny Levitt Ted Lake, Judge, and Tom Pharis, Winner I'3S The high point in the Spring semester came with the Mardi Gras ball. Held on Saturday night, the gala carnival-ball proved a change from the busy school schedule. Zeta Phi won the prize for the best booth. The theme this year was "Around the World." Ginger lvers and Fred Vallier won the prize for best costume, com- ing as a Swiss barometer. Music was provided by the Gus Bivona Band. Mardi Gras Dance Gus Bivona and his orchestra EMMY ROSE Alpha Theta Tau LINDA LILLIE Manor Hall PAT BURNS Tau Kappa Kappa 62 KAREN WEIR Women's Residence I-r PAT FONG Women's Residence Hall ZOE Zeta Phi f2,,fr'- Z' , , , .. NANCY AUSTIN Women s Residence Hall Princesse. Epsilon Lambda Sigma Queen ROSEMARY AMES i Reigning over this year's Mardi Gras Festivities, was lovely Miss Rosemary Ames. Vivacious,good looks and captivating charm characterizes the queen, who was elected lay popular vote of the student body. Miss Ames is an Elementary Education major, is a member of Spurs, and Vice-President of the Sophomore Class. She was crowned in a lovely ceremony during the Rally where she also received a trophy and many gifts from local merchants. vvv- 7 I "' N ' 1 .- if Vxggg, Hai 795' P-N' . nh - P WINNING COSTUME Ginger Ivers and Fred Vullier .I-':V'fTT-T""':5'1:' " ' I 'OUTI-If 'igildndf Amesem W ' 1 WINNING BOOTH Zeta Phi Mardi Gras Bar-B-Q 'G OUTSTANDING SENIOR MAN Jack Wulloughby BOREN AWARD IN PUBLICATIONS Robert Roth A.A.U.W. Mary Beth Babb 15- I I I OUTSTANDING SENIOR WOMAN MarieIIe Tsukomoto AWARD IN DEBATE Harry Sharp A.A.U.W. Jean Pereira Hash 5--Q 'TAY it B ny Co Ed M ky Babb Always wearing a smile is Betty Co-Ed, Micky Babb, of Alpha Theta Tau. During her four years at Pacific, she has held offices such as Junior Representative, Songleader for two years, P.S.A Secretary and President of Alpha Theta Tau. She was elected as Bell of Archania and is also an honorary member of Archania Micky is the first to be honored as Betty Co-Ed Betty Co As Senior Class President and president of Alpha Kappa Phi, Bill McGregor Joe College is very well known on the Pacific campus He has been active in organizations such as Blue Key, Pacific Weekly plus many other projects around school. We are glad to honor happy go lucky Bill McGregor as Joe College for i959 oe College Joe College, Bill McGregor I I ' l "' 7 in I. 1 nf u , 1 . . v- ff F' . ji-lf. T: - ' ' ,Q 17, Y . f Q f ' ' H J if aff I ggi ,far .3 ,, , ,, 5. . 1, "V I ix. 4 ' if . I V V - " ' J' 4' . ll 'x I 4 A , 'Q -L l 5 pn , , , 1 1 I - -14157:-.1 Q v - L " 1' life. 4' 1 Yi r .. w ,Bn 5 .ij rl, 'fg,,. wvgf. V . ww , jg'-.fax : ' '. 1- 1' 'f-'w. bg ' 'f' 1 , - . . 1 lv., :L 9 'iff . . QT' 'W-35. aa, , " ' , V v 1 1 I .,-'lp' --:Quin -spa 1 1 . , ,,.,,' 1 "' """3?s H Q ' 'iq ,Mm hi fmt 2714 President Robert Burns In an age of dynamic change, Pacific has dynamic leadership. Dr. Robert Burns, throughout his twelve years as President has looked to the future of the college and its students. NIT The happy group leaves for Europe. An open door to all students, a friendly smile, a warm hello to everyone -these typify Dr. Robert Burns, Even though he carries the heavy responsi- bilities of the college's chief administrative office, he still finds time to attend student leadership conferences, teas, and many other campus functions. Each student has greatly benefited by his devotion and interest in our college and by his true Pacific spirit. Dedication of the Women's Residence Hall. 9541- DEAN SAMUEL MEYER Academic Vice President fif an Completing his initial year at Pacific, Dr. Samuel Meyer has shown his abil- ity in assuming the duties of Academic Vice Presi- dent. We salute him for maintenance of the high academic standards ot the college and his striving to improve them. 7-Kcademlc Vice P reside bfi Q :..,..'i5 A beloved member of the Pacific team, Chancellor Tully C. Knoles is looked upon with respect and ad- miration by all. For his many years of de- votion and service to Pacific and the wis- dom he has given us, we receive him with humility and grati- tude. NKQQFMQ Gun xgclwvf TULLY C KNOLES Dedication of Knoles School Mr. Edward Betz Completing another successful year is our Dean of Women, Miss Catherine Davis. Dur- ing the year she has fulfilled duties which included many re- sponsibilities as coun- selor, understanding of co-ed problems and has used sound judg- ment on other prob- lems concerning the campus. With her gra- cious charm and devo- tion of time to the stu- dents of this campus, she has once again fin- ished a great year. 43 E ,M 4 -,L ' With his words of wisdom and his sense of fair play, our Dean of Men, Mr. Edward Betz, has also com- pleted an interesting year. Through his years of service, he has advised many of the students here at Pacific. His responsi- bilities and duties of administration have kept him very busy, but he is always ready to talk over any prob- lems the students may have. Deans N955 4 ,i fz .Q - ,, V' I'llStEES SSOCIBUDII xi V " u A ' 5-- ms f p E M gag 3 mu 1- g:g-S A Y m,W ff ' H ' i W , HM- W13 Y W xMm Him wma-1 Board of Trustees Alumni Association Ellen I- Deeflng Robert R Wlnterberg Alice Saecker Re9lSf"0f Business Manager Secretary to the President Rclmlnlstratlv Mr. Anderson Pearl Piper Head Custodian Scholarships Elliott J. Taylor Karolyn Knauf Arthus R. Farey rector of Admissions Director of Food Services Public Relations -, ,"f.j, " ' "M" 'M L V ' , if ff I ffi,-331 . j Qi' '-2 E 1 in H ' w L , , V ,Q . rf I l' , ' , f X Z, 51, . Z Eff" w u sw l An efficient education organization, such as Pacific is, cannot be maintained and operated without the efforts of competent people in ad- ministrative positions. These people have given many hours in conscien- tious work to hold the standards of Pacific high. Their devotion to the college and that for which it stands can truly be admired. AI Laursen Jack Myers Library Athletics . ,,.. l ents Q y 4.144 i , Judy McMiIlin Assistant to the Dean of Women Don Smiley Jess Rudkin Mel Nickerson Administrative Assistant Assistant to the President Executive MUFIUQGI'-Alumni A550ClUfl0'1 fel pg, 'ev rf Q , . q1,f,.w,4 W- ww 1 L w inf L 'vff Q17 .5-5: m 4 'ff :J if -'Q -ff -.cv 1 . ia, ,, 9 'nur U f- -. f." , '-.nw -" LY ,li .R 5-5-'ii 4f:.r. e YJ' - , pm, ,- sv-' L- AQYQ- -1 '-'P 'im x If1l',," A ' ' K 313121 4: - 1-xr. fn Q fi' 1 Q! "Uv 12, ' 'IX1 R Z GQ 1 A J' "Vg" T r "Rf J 1 01 R3 if 15:4 5 -It fx f , I - 1,15 AQ1 4 ' si' A nga? ,V 5-P 'Y'f-4, il 'V Ex fx 1' X qi if ya' M a E , . . T " ' ,, M' " ' b .st ' ' A ' ,Q V , 'FD , 4 1 fu' w C " 5 .J W x ' 1. ,Qx J ,,,, H, M .Z 55iV?L:4.I.,5,"w? WMF' P.S.A. President Presiding as president of the Pacific Student Association Jack Willoughby has guided Pacific to another successful year He, in cooperation with the executive committee, led the Senate through a year which saw many improvements and re-organiza tion of campus activities as a result of Senate legislation. lt is the duty of the Executive Committee to meet and discuss the issues which are to be brought before the entire Senate body. This com mittee is the nucleus of our Student Government. JACK WILLOUGHBY I CAL MAAS Vice President ROD GEIMAN Treasurer I MICKY BABB Secretary L.. was -:n:..q4:1:- . iir..i.--fnrpL.,:q.Lf-.sag - JACK WILLOUGHBY President B MARY BETH BABB ROD GEIMAN Secretary Treasurer , Q ' Q x H GERRY CHONG MEL SLOCUM Frosh. President Soph. President Student Affairs Committee Functioning as the top legislative body of the Pa- cific Student Association, the Senate has just com- pleted another successful year. Responsible for all stu- dent affairs connected with the college, the Senate, which is elected by the stu- dent body or appointed by the president of the student body, has passed laws, enacted legislation and gen- erally supervised all campus events. X . 3' l ' 'H l' . it it JOHN BEYER NOEL MANOUKIAN ED LAVERONI RON LOVERIDGE Frosh. Rept. Jr. President Soph Rep. Sfvdent Affairs Comm. Student Board of Social Control CALVIN MAAS Vice-President l MARIELLE TSUKOMOTO GERALD WEAVER JANET BARRON A.W.S. President Communications Commissioner Drive's Commissioner SUE SCRIVENER BILL McGREGOR DOTTIE BUSHER Senior Representative Senior Class President Junior Representative STELLA BARKER MITCH YAMAMOT0 DONNA HUDSON DAVE TOWELL Social Chairman Graduate Representative Organizations Commissioner Rally Commissioner MARIELLE TSUKAMOTO A.W.S. President ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS Leading the women of Pacific as President of the Associated Women Students, Marielle Tsu- kamoto has worked very dili- gently to present a varied and interesting program, Again spon- soring the Big 'n Little Sister party for new women entering Pacific, both in the fall and in the spring, the Christmas convo- cation and in helping to care for an orphan and meet his expenses the A.W.S. has had an interest- ing and very rewarding year. Board members have been of service to the school by aiding in the sale of gym uniforms and as- sisting the P.S.A, in other tasks. ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS BOARD FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Thais Kishi, Marielle Tsukumoto, Shirley Doulton, Corinne Connolly. SECOND ROW: Beth Akers, Kathy Wilson, Gaylene Nicohls, Joan Smith. 172 4227 S? V27 17 STANDARDS COMMITTEE FIRST ROW Left to Right Mitzi Kirk Pat Mandcn Teddy Schllecher SECOND ROW Elise Austin Barbara Fndell Judy Barklow Roberta White Fashion Show at Big 'n Little Sister Party This year marks the seventy ninth year of service to the campus by Pacific's YMCA-YWCA group known locally as the Anderson Heading the cabinet of the has been Neil Stafford who aby lead the "Y" through a very suc of Pacific's "Y" is that it brings to gether in meaningful and enjoy able association, people from all parts of campus life. lts appeal and vitality has made it the most inclu tion. Tom Claggett was the Y executive secretary again this year giving the students much assist- ance and advice. llY.lS IIYII , l cessful year. A characteristic trait ll ISI 7-Knclerso sive voluntary campus organiza- I -51 , H. ,-.,,sra:'m4g ' eff' .Hi 717 05 5-J fa Neil smfford Y - EXECUTIVE COUNCIL "Y" Pfeiidenl' FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Dorothy Watt, Ann Windweh. SECOND ROW: Ernie Robertson, Tom Claggett, Director, Juan Ulep, Neil Stafford. ANDERSON Y CABINET FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Joyce Reed, Ann Windweh, Marian Duncan, Leah Mortord, Jeanette Smith, Kim Morris,, Shirley Doulton. SECOND ROW: Neil Staf- ford, Ron Loveridgeg Tom Cleggett, Director, Dick Helzer, Dick Meeks, Doug Campbell, Ernie Roberson. l 'Wage . my X , . , '-r-.ff , I ... .. -Le.. ,1...:f.- A ff ,avi . xi ll.. H SPURS FRONT ROW, Lett to Right: Sue Spicer, Eddie Ferguson, Carolyn Nordvik, Nancy Thoyre, Rosmary Ames, Sue Bardin. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Watt, Marsha White, Sally Lemos, Nilsine Nilsson, Sarah Olson, Sehila Thompson, Dian Midkiff, A. J. Snooks. PHI KAPPA PHI FRONT ROW: Cecile Lutken Brotty, Ynide Carroll, lswash B. Van Vlock, Jackie Coker, Sue Ishida, Marielle Tsukamoto. SECOND ROW: Shirley Ross, Sara Mae Peterson, Howard L. Runion, Jerry Gritz, W. D. Nietmann, Pat Anania, Cherrie Waldo, Stanwarth Beckler, Patricia Zumwalt, Anne Coykendall, Marilyn Peterson, Lester Johnson. THIRD ROW: Nathan White, Kenneth M. Stocking, Richard H Reynolds, James E. Alexander, Rockwell D. Hunt, James F. Caminater, Allen W. Waldo, Emerson Cobb, Arthur H. Maynard, Gordon G. Zimmerman. BLUE KEY FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mike Montano, Dean Betz, Phil Hall, Ron Loveridge, Jim Lind, Nelson Zane, John Weeks, George Silva, Dick Hoye, Cal Maas. SECOND ROW: Jack Willoughby, Ed Christensen, Dr. Kraus, John Sublett, Jim Alexander, Sherman White, George Fasel, Hal Burnett, Nick Angillo, Tom Cortland. ' w E . - .1-43M .0 z - ,wx ffrfli f "" .-f?f- t"i-Ju-ia a. ., .M sais: I 1 ln their chapel, the students ofthe College ofthe Pacific take great pride. As a place for quiet meditation and thought, it offers serenity and calm to busy stu dent life. Weekly services give inspiration to all. Held each Tuesday morning at' l l oclock speakers from the Stockton area and points all over the state come to give the students greater reli gious understanding. Also pro vided are ushers from various living groups, student leaders and inspirational music from the Chapel and A Capella Choirs lu-4 .X VX An active part of the religious program is the Chapel Choir. Meeting twice a week, the group prepares religious choral selec- tions to be sung at the Tuesday chapel services each week. The Choir is ably directed by Dr. Charles Schilling, who also fur- nishes inspirational organ music during each chapel service. Another busy person in the re- ligious department is Mr. Don Stewart, the Director of Religious Activities. Instrumental in plan- ning many religious discussions and interesting programs, his contributions to the Chapel com- mittee and the weekly chapel ser- vices have been most appreciated. Q Chapel Choir Don Stewart I Director of Religious Activities N EWMAN CLU B Suzanne Salbach, President: Nadine Botfano, Recording Secretary, Shiela Thompson, Vice President, Lionel Sequera, Treasurer, Sally Storm, Corresponding Secretary. 's CENTRAL COLLEGIATE Cal Maas, President, Harold Rahmlow, Vice President, Pat Amick, Secretary, Roberta White, Treasurer, Barbara Bayha, Publicity, Pat Beson, Worship, Alberta Mauler, Food Chairman, Bill Powell, Outreach, Brenda Browning, Service Project. is COUNCIL OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gay Currier, Arlene Homley, Judy Rosenberg, Lindo Cunningham, Sue Spicer, Suzanne Salbach. SECOND ROW: Bob Stewart, Tom Claggett, Gordon G. Zimmerman, Neil Rasmussen, Ron Loveridge, Del Alberti, Phil Hall. C2 AJ., ig 9. CANTABURY CLUB FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kathy Earley, Pauline Young, Loretta Leong, Mrs. Ron Sontoni, Sondra Donald, Bonnie Stubbins, Mrs. Ruth Harris. SECOND ROW: Bishop Sumner Walters, Aubrey Lumley, Kirk Bowman, Herb Low, Merv Blas, Burke Coveny. THIRD ROW: Jim Oliver, Boa Wheeler, Prof. Ron Sontoni, Ed Nicholous, George Niesen, Pat Russell. 93 AMERICAN PHARMACY ASSOCIATION SPRING OFFICERS, Left to Right: President Ron Pickard, Vice-President Gerry Beagini, Secretary Pat Fong, Treasurer Mel Finos, Social Chairman Ken Zetner, Publicity Jim Zimmerman, Historian Dave Leach, Class Representatives Richard Gimbruno, Len Terra, Wallace Beaver, Dick Asami, Beth Akers. X APOTHERETTES FIRST ROW Lett to Right Rosalind Davis Lynn Hoffman Katherine Lum Martha Williams Yvonne Eales SECOND ROW Carole Nelson Marilyn McAtee Edna Ah Tye Susan Skidmore Ina Pearson Charlotte Hemsworth Cisco Kihara THIRD ROW Karen Crutcher Beth Akers Janice ODonnell Marilyn Monson Genellen Meyer Ellen Lawseth Pacific is proud of its newly born pharmacy pro- gram. Within the program these two organizations exist to give recognition to those students of outstand- ing interest in pharmacy. The American Pharmaceutical Association is na- tionally affiliated and has an annual honor banquet to climax each year's activities. Outstanding apptitudes are rewarded at this time. This summer the Apotherettes are to become affili- ated with the national sorority for Pharmacy women, Lambda Kappa Sigma. 94 Outstanding students in drama, debate, radio and other speech activities are rewarded by membership in their respective honor- ary societies. Pacific is well known for its excellent speech and drama depart- ments, and these societies hold the leading students within their special depart ments Theta Alpha Phi is excellung in dramatic abil ity Within the debate field Pi Kappa Delta and the Debate Team hold spe cial honors Alpha Epsilon Rho consists of those working in the radio and television field B' -Fates TH ETA ALPHA PHI FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Lynne Waterman and Kurt Ennan. SECOND ROW: l Elaine Garbolino, Martha Pierce, Mark Brown, Don Osborn and Nyla Marchese. fhp PI KAPPA DELTA FRONT ROW Left to Right Denise Fedigan Ginger lvers Lorls Brmgelson uth Miller and Sheila Thompson SECOND ROW Harry Sharp Horace Wheatley ack Willoughby Lynn Engdahl and Paul Winters ,-. 5 C? DEBATE TEAM FRONT ROW Left to Right Rosemarie Clampett Brenda Robinson Ginger lvers Lorls Brlngelson and Marlene Rowett SECOND ROW Paul Wunters Duck Burns Ron Loveridge Lynn Engdahl Harry Sharp Larry Angelo Roy Fountain and Gordon Zimmerman ALPHA EPSILON RHO FRONT ROW Left to Right Helen Patterson Gerald Weaver Mel Slocum AI Case Dave Towell Jerry Ymgst and Sue Hale SECOND ROW Richard Elliott James E Alexander Martha Metzler Michael Roe Ted Ray Walt Chrlstophersen and Richard Settle 1 .M -fT""""1 IV ,fx i..,1T..,,, , N. x,.i ' 2,4 N -XL -'Iii 225' A , ,, ,, , m,!.i,jQqiif-'W U, N , -L-V -fm-rv b gf' 'e -,f I " 4--ALN.,,44.J'Y 'FM ' wif - if ' -f E ' gif s.! --an ..1..., ,gf " 4 9 Q H ii ??f?Q5', L,,L5'? K w 1 L U 1- jg.:-Y.,:, , fl, . . by A. f.,q.:,ymy'.3 Wg: ,n1.'1zjm QE ,gf v H- ,gt V'-.-Qffj , W ""X " f - 1:4 ' '1W'., ,saufgfg 1' -f'firt3.zg545s:.,' '- P ,' f , hf'1:35'5f45g fir V .H f '3 ii? ' :QT J 115-,.', --W ' 1 - Q A- -' ,.'fM1'w' , 397 ' K, Jiffy 'M 1 .-2,.. 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F1 2 . . , .,'1,'.f'gf1'.'nL 1- ,,.wQ:1,. 1' HAWAIIAN CLUB FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Tippy Byrne, Julia Kapohakimohena, Carol Jenkins, Nancy Austin and Patti Soule. SECOND ROW: Gerry Chong, Leonard Abeshima, Douglas Gibb, Jim Altman, Mike Hol- mer, F. Fedyonedas. INTERNATIONAL CLUB . FRONT ROW, Left to' Right: Manimai Ratanamani, Vicenta Q. Llanes, Ilkn Guluez, Ramana Cabeliza Lofa Berbano. SECOND ROW: Dr. E. T. Peckham, S. A. Tiongson, Juan A. Ulep, Aria Aghozarian John Kigunda, Marino Berbano, Grae V. Berbano, Oskan Mazlum and Edward Mazaiwana. DE MOLAY FIRST ROW, Left ta Right: Dr. Ding, Art Berliner, Merv Blas, and Roger Taylor, Roger Gibson, Dave Clark, Richard Williams, Robert Viscount, Robert Witt, Ed. Moss. Throughout our departments and activities at Pacific, there are those committees and organizations that exist for the better- ment of campus culture. Members of these groups broaden their knowledge by working on special projects. They serve the campus greatly through their efforts and provide programs that, without their help would not be possible. lnquisitive intellects on all philosophical and religious subjects are stimulated and advanced by group discussions and words from the advisors. CHAPEL COMMII IEE LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Stewart, Bob Goux, Dr. Schilling, Ginger lvers, John Sublett. L.. 1 Ji PHILOSOPHY CLUB FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Dorene Lehner, Carol Billings, Florence Brown, Sandy Smolen, Ruth Miller, Kathy Bailey, Susan Brown. SECOND ROW: Loretta Steele, Mona Vaughn, Marlene Francis, Abby Wasserman, Carol Walcott, Davida Taylor, Zoe Hemphill, Denise Fedigan, Pot Bridgewater, JoAnn Smothers. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Catherine Bruner, Dr. Neitmann, Mr. Ron Santoni, Jim Alexander, Dr. Evans, Jim Dowd, Bob Martin, John Satnal, Bob Olson, John Beyer, Jim Lynn, Al Huckaby. PHI SIGMA TAU Left to Right: Dr. Vincent Evans, Jim Lynn, Bill Nietman, Tony Fadely, James Alexander, Richard Haye, Dr. Nietman. PHI MU ALPHA FRONT ROW, Lett to Right: Larry LeFevre, Lloyd Gabbert, Fred Barnes, Ed Avila, Clyde Gaviso, Dick Meeks, Romano Marchetti, Ed Davis, Dick Shore. SECOND ROW: Charles Schilling, John Eckerson, Nelson Zane, Ed Moss, Stephen Lewis, Gary L. Rominger, Dave J. Wilson, Ed Christenson, H. Walton godlleyi, William Stanclift, Harvey W. Addie, .lim Schlegel, Gerald Littleton, Gary Lowes, Nicholas A. ngiu o. E x MU PHI EPSILON FRONT ROW Left to Right: Dolores Gibson Eleanor Peter Margaret Oldham Arlene Hamley Carolyn Watson Mona Fikoy Sheryl Pickering. SECOND ROW: Donna Rux Carolyn Nordvik Carol OConner Belva Mehlschare Nancy Thoyre Tanya Desatoft Elaine Garbolino. THIRD ROW: Ginger Tucker Mar garet Cake Ann Wilson Nancy Newton Carolyn Dodge Dorothy Busher. PHI KAPPA LAMBDA FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Virginia Short, Barrie Wells, Charles LaMond, Dr. Charles Schilling, Lee Tonner, Rose Purcell, J. Russell Bodley. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Spelts, Leighton Edelman, Arthur Corra, Donald OIiver,'Neal O'Doan, Edward Shadbolt. THIRD ROW: Russell Warner, Eleanor S. Norton, Dr. William Norton, MacLyn Ball, Horace Brown, John G. Elliott, J. Henry Welton, Dr. Lucas Underwood. l00 E W W 'fg 1 f'- , ' -' ' . ,"'-5 lf ' ' .Q W- B.-1 ' 1 4 so W L . as 5 V - , f , " V .Ne V 1, xagv - V' , A -,.',,-gig' 3. . 3 .Z 1 ' :E ' ' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I 1 1 1 1 ' I I I I 5, CSTA FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Carol Tomlinson, Carol Billings, Mary Jones, Shirley Daulton, Patricia Sitkin, Loretto Leong, Miya Tsunekawu, Roschelle Bashor, Carolyn Camozzi. SECOND ROW: Jo-Ann Chapton, Rita Franco, Barbara Yep, Susie Harper, Patty Macpherson, Norma Herrin, Carol George, Jean Reid, Margaret DeVol, Colene Jordan, Arleen Shillingburg. THIRD ROW: Margaret Cheney, Mary Burgin, Sue- Ellen Brown, Francis Lamonica, Peggy Joy, Rose Purcell, Cathy Crowell, Pattie Caylor, Janis Totter, Vida Maddocks, Amelia Ernst, Mirian Evans, Carolyn Galba, Sandra Myers, Diana Reinert, Janice Joneshige, Barbara Chan. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Henderson, Ron lsetti, Floyd Nordwick, Clayton Bentley, Robert Mayer, .Iohn Shumaker, E. Willems, Irene Barattino, Marles Burk, Bertha Barton, Juan Agunoy Ulep. TRI- BETA FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Ellen Lawseth, Dabida Taylor, Kathy Lum, Linda Getchel, Marlo Griffin, Ann Nelson. SECOND ROW: Leah Morford, Judy Newton, Sue Skidmore, Bill Von Meyer, Bob Mir, Art Mow, Pat Fuertis, Al Tervil. THIRD ROW: Lynn Eastman, Mike Risso, Steve Stocking, Dr. Stocking, Rudy Grziani, David King, Richard Smith. a VE. -. lr,m?:,n? T-Q 4 YOUNG REPUBLICANS FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Kay Henry, Judy Hinckley, Barbara Henning, Anne Blanchard, Beverly Brown, Jan DeAngeles, Sondra Underwood. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Stebbins, Alan Hill, Bill Osgood, Jack Briner, AI Simi, Howard Takaoka, Bruce Kennedy, Carolyn Galba, Barbara Butterbaugh. CALIFORNIA HISTORY FOUNDATION Reginald Stuart, Grace D. Stuart. ORCHESIS FRONT ROW, Left to Right: .Iulia Kapohakimohewa, Carla Ericlsson, Melissa Evers, Barbara Kilkore. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Richardson, Suzi Steinko, Mona Vaughn, Jeannie Douglas. l VKRLA. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Miss Meyer, Rozulind Anti, Kathy Wilson, Thais Kishi, Nan McLean, Sally Lemos, Marian Duncan. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Amos, Merluine Peach, Susan Mossler, Er- Iinda Borgiona, Pat Amick, Karen Johnson, Clar Carlson, Betty po Lowery, Sharon Robinson. BLOCK P FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Ken Uselton, Gary Kaufman, Tom Flores, Mel Moretti, Bob Denton, John Felix, Curl Kammerer, Dave Klur- mann, Bert Mantell. SECOND ROW: Lionel Sequiera, Bill Badorek, Don Cockburn, Bob Hicks, Wayne Hawkins, Joe Mulpasuto, Bob Mozuccc, Dave Houghton, Bob Lauerio. THIRD ROW: Neil Stafford, Chuck Lander, Jim Nixon, Ola Murchison, Dick Walsh, Bob Downum, Ed Hin- show, Sherman White. FOURTH ROW: Jack Larshied, Ed Sowosh, Kelly Kjeldsen, Walt Culbertson, Jim Millar, Al Johnson. l03 -,., -Z' FRANCE? EMERY ROBERT ROTH Ed'f0" Business Manager Pu blicatior BARBARA BUTTERBAUGH Assistant and Art Editor RUTH SIMONSON BOB SWEET BARBARA NEARON CAROL JACOBSON Copy Editor Photographer Organizations Living Groups aranpaclo ,171 sim! lip J Fall Naranlado Staff Deadlines, copy assignments and general chores are what go into the production of your year book the Naranjado To develop the organization into an efficient and productive staff it takes a strong advisor Mr E J Wash burn an able editor Fran Emery an efficient assistant editor Bar bara Butterbaugh and the all important business manager Rob- ert Roth. This year, the Naranjado has initialed something new into the traditional yearbook-a campus- wide search for the typical Betty Co-Ed and Joe College. Through the leadership of the editors and the work of the staff, the work is continued on through- out the entire year. Each person on the staff works his hardest in hopes that this Naranjado will be the best ever. EARL J. WASHBURN Faculty Advisor , x -0' - i fi T 5252 W JAN BARRON MARILYN JERNIGAN JACK BRINER BARBARA l'lENNlNG Pacific Portals Betty C0-ed, Joe College Sports SECTION Edlflll' JOAN BENDER SAL CORTES Society Editor Sports Editor , Eli: 2 Y -T if - 37 - '11- PACIFIC WEEKLY REPORTERS FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gretchen Trenholm, Marian Duncan, Ronaele Williams, Dorene Ellen Dietschy, Mary Beth Lee. SECOND ROW: Sue Bestor, Fran Emery, Sue Scrivener, Sue Ruth Miller, Trudy Lammers, Karen Lindholm, Jerry Weaver, Al Case, Harry Sharp. THIRD ROW Niesen, Larry Pitman. JAN GASTON JAMES LANTZ Assistant Editor Business Manager wr- ..- ' . lu. .Tv . f -1 xg. BOB WEBSTER JEAN MCGURIE Business Manager Assistant Editor 45 'YJ KIRK SCHEULEFE GRETCHEN TRENHOLM MARTY METZLER Ed""' "' Cm' Feature Editor Society Editor MR. MORRISON Advisor Again this year as in the past, the Pacific Weekly has served as a stimulus to campus thought, Students could be seen in vari- ous parts of the campus reading of the happenings around and about the College. This year the Weekly reached a new intellec- Q tual high with the addition of a fine arts page. Many hours were spent by the staff in preparing the paper which, as usual, met the high standards of past years. Another change for the Weekly was the move to the quonsets. The added space was a welcome change. Mr. Morrison of the Stockton Record served as advisor this year. . E "' . LJ: l -. " ' ' h a 5 kai. ff rv . fflwl 1.31, sg: " ' rj, , NZ r, xx., is - :M SQ? W e SHN? 1.. 'C qw , J "' 151.55 ' ' L , N. . ' r H' . ' i. 'E ? Qi 44 uv' '-.. , -Ly ii" fl" M 1-Eb? La- 30 51" Q i A -4 5' V:-L-F, Ib U N ,S Q 9 Fw ,l- M ,, 1, f ,f tg' 4 it ' ' .Q .--0-gfw .Q , 1' N ' If 4-fm, ft' Q,Q.,,,., 1 2 ff - f - 1.6, 1 543 1 9. in A up wixslxiy ' -' 373 ' 5- EJ' ' 'ii 9,, 4:74. A ,-,J WY I' " !s3rzQ it gf' DAVE TOWELL Rally Commissioner l N 1:-' I N f'f-ffiws - ' M Y . ,- ., B .3 41,..,.v - ,- ,. , ... ,F , ' ' 1 - M af ' " ' ' - l",.,l- .- , I . M ere. ,lf : ij' ".- .N . 2 ui ' ' ' .Nr ' ' , ,H ,, , . , I . 5, '- ":. . - . ' Q1 -, I . .t . ' Z . iw i - RALLY CCMMITTEE FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Nancy Anderson, Kathy Jampol, Dave Towell, Sue McCoy, Pat Burns. SECOND ROW: Elise Austin, Pepper Andrews, Kathy Rafferty, Teddi Schleicher, Susie Palmer, Sue Bestar, Patty Soule, Kathy Townsend. THIRD ROW: Bob Crane, Karen Harms, Denny Levett, Bill Hoel- sken, Judy Goldeen, Walt Christopherson, Bob Recknagel. Rally Commissioner Dave Towell produced and directed sev eral entertaining rallies. The year saw the re-introduction of Tessie Tiger, who accompanied Tommy to several campus events The high point of the season came with the appearance of Sammy Davis Jr., at the Arizona State rally. The entire rally commls sion deserves a "well done" for the excellent job which they did Gone but not forgotten are the spontaneous parades through the city before games. Also up for laurels are: Denny Levitt Rick Gilbert, Dave Wilson and Rich Roberts, our cheerleaders Along with these lads go: Mickie Babb, Donna Hudson, Mona Vaughn Sharon Ann Kenney and Janet Baron, our song girls. Sammy Davis Jr. Rum Runners i FRESHMAN OFFICERS President ................ Jerry Cho Vice President ............ Jim Oliv Secretary .......... Pepper Andre Treasurer .................. Judy Sh Representative ....... John Beyill SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President ................ Mel Solc Vice President .... RosemoryA Secretary ................ Mag Bod Treasurer ......,....... Susie Har Representative ........ Ed Lavar Juruon I orrlcens resident ........ Noel Manoukian ice President ........ Dave Wilson ecretary .......... Barbara Fridell reasurer .................. Pam Derby epresentative.... Dottie Busher SENIOR OFFICERS sident ............ Bill McGregor e President ............ AI Farnum retary .......... Carol Jacobson asurer ............ Ruth Simonson resentative ...... Sue Scrivener vm H1131 X A ef l zz fx -:Q Y, 1.1.4 v, . 'r ,. -4' -Q. -. . -.,. ' A 12 c -'f P If NUT E ea: 'sn IC uansnr Mu sr .-Lg.. - 39, H Acadfm ks l A V , 7: X .W -1 -J -.u S - fn. Mya- W, , rv .1 1 . ,Ba yfgd . , .J .' ' 'Xi' 5. . -7-gpg: Q. ' I'f,Qu,af L1 ,M V T-..1,Qxw- Uv 4 . Qsw.. ' in f ,,5'!,Ir3 PA 1 V, ' A ,E I A, QQ , X Af! ,M 11 906-11-0 ul' --as-was .,,,,.- 4 ' -la: Yi JV, xx "1 ,.: Lv I V . 1 4 1? n r , . I, x 1 135214. " cg ' l 1' r' " , X? 2 Wi ,717 I .-xg, " . f- Ta- - 1- ,A W f, -- fren .. 5' 4 fy. - i T-, 5 igiT5ifWeEAfG:pS' - f ai. 'if f gg J . -an 515 f 1 ,...m1.u..x,:4hv- , 'P+ H' ' ' 4 f'f3 1 1 X V I The School of Education was organized In l923 and recognized by the State Board of Education the following year Smce that time, the school has pre- pared students for the im- portant field of education with Dr Marc Jantzen as Dean of the School Ele- mentary and secondary credentials, general psych- ology introduction to edu- cation, and many others are part of the lexicon of the School of Education. chool of ducation i L A . : . i - a -, ,,-..-fggii X . L'-V ,ilu-jfrfraiig DEAN JANTZEN FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Goleman, Dean Jantzen, Mrs. Harbart, Mrs. Pick- rell, Mrs. Pease. SECOND ROW: Mr. Rockwell, Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Newton, Dr. Conant, Mr. Potter, Mr. Johnson, Dr. Wait. THIRD ROW: Mr. Fox, Dr. Egbert, Dr. Darden, Dr. Gregory, Dr. Lang, Mr. King. ll5 at w H w w w w H H uf .1-. ...gr-w-.bww H L If H4 w H w w w r v . , I X E. .-u ,an -,gov ,,- ,, ...- , -no . 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X . 4,11-1--Af..,, 1 , , .-- .,R,, "f- 44- . . s - ,.,.,.. -4. --,- Cg.I ll 82? ll. l 'nl or " DR WAP: ROW'-AND Left to Right Dr lvun Rowland Prof Van Narre Prof Van Walterop Mrs Cusco De'-W0 'he SCl100l Klhara Dr Suchy lna Pearson Llbrunan Dr Barker Mrs Barbara Bullard Sec- The School of Pharmacy IS one of the newcomers to the college as It was just recently founded In 1955 wuth Dr Ivan Rowland as Dean of the School The School offers degrees of Bachelor of Science after five years of study and Doctor of Science In Phar macy after one year of graduate work Thus year the School of Pharmacy will graduate nts first class School of Pharmacy retary Dr Rledsel l25 MAP 01' ANCIENT f-ww DR SMUTNY Dr Smutny Mr Bishop nclent Languages The Department of Ancient Languages is headed by Dr. Robert Smutny, Assistant Pro- tessor in the department is Mr. Bishop. The aim of the De- partment of Ancient Languages is threefold: one is to give mental training through preci- sion of thought, expres- sion and attention to detailg to enable the stu- dent to better under- stand language in gen- eral and English in par- ticularg and above all, to enable him better to understand his civiliza- tion through a historical perspective by an ac- quaintance with the lit- erature and culture of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Richard Reynolds Mr Earl Washburn Miss Helen Dooley Dr Vincent Evans MR RICHARD REYNOLDS Pacific is very proud of its Art Department Ex pertly conducted by Chair man Richard Reynolds and assisted by Mr Earl J Washburn, a wide selec tion of classes is offered in all phases of Art. One of the most progressive departments on the Cam- pus, plans are being made toward a long-range goal to see the establishment of a School of Fine Arts. The Department has many functions. These in- clude serving the non-art majors in fulfilling their requirements toward the A.B. degree, serving all students who wish,to fur- ther their understanding of the arts, and aiding professionally aimed art majors and minors in ac- quiring the necessary knowledge and skills. Headed by Dr. Frank Lindhorst, the Religious Education department be- gan another year of religious activities. With the appointment of Rev. Robert Stuart, as the director of religious life, a new function was added to the department. Dr. Arthur Maynard, new Bible professor from Miami University, continued his fine work in religion here at Pacific. Many students congregated at Morris Chapel for the weekly services, which is an important function of the department, -"fin V. ' , -1.1 ' sag., , 4.-'-'wx 'iv -V i l DR. LINDHORST Left to Right: Dr. Maynard, Dr. Laughton Harris, Dr. Lindhorst, Miss '28 Department Chairman Mrs. Rudebuugh, Rabbi Rosenberg, Don Stewart. The Chairman of the Business Administration Department is Dr. Arthur Beckwith. Ably assisting him in his administrative duties, is Dr. Alfred Dale. The Business Department has a wide program providing specialized preparation in three fields: accounting, management, and marketing. Each of these fields place an emphasis on liberal arts background and special courses in the Economics field, Mathe- matics and English. The department is noted for its emphasis and stress on the im- portance of current trends in the business world and ever-changing business conditions. Courses are being added each semester to study present fluctuations in business. Business ministration A . M 6? Dill 65 1021 I!!! Dr. Dale, Dr. Beckwith, Mr. Piersa, Dr. Niven, Clnsertl Mr. Bibbera. DR. ARTHUR BECKWITH '29 Department Chairman Student Jeannette Smith talking to Dr Ding DR NORMAN Department Chairman The Economics department offers much to those students who are plan- ning to enter the field of fiscal policy or business. Also the department offers basic courses to orient the nondepartmental majors to the vast field of eco- nomics. Under the able guidance of Dr. Norman and the assistance of Dr. Ding, the Economics department is training many students who shall enter diversified fields of endeavor upon graduation. DR. OLSON Left to Right: Dr. Olson, Mrs, Boumgortner, Dr. Hond, Miss Putty Pierce, Head of Department Dr. Osborne, Miss Johnson. The department ot English and Journalism gives required courses for the entire stu- dent body majors in English and Journalism, special courses' leading to secondary credentials with a major or minor in English, and courses leading to a Master of Arts de- training in the use of written English, appreciation and understanding of literature, basic training in some theoretical knowledge of journalism, and work on the graduate level in English gree with a major in English. The goals of the department are to provide opportunities for DR- 'WALTER KNOX FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Dr. Voltmer, Mrs. Uhereck, Miss Maclson, Miss Meyer, D9P0"fme"'f Cl10'l'mUn Dr. Knox. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kjeldsen, Mr. Meyer, Mr. Morretti, Mr. Gustafson. The Health, Physi- cal Education, and Recreation Depart- ment is under the di- rection of Dr, Walter S. Knox. Assisting Dr. Knox are Miss Eliza- beth Matson, chair- man for women, and Dr. Carl Voltmer, chairman for men. The functions of the Health, Physical Education, and Recre- ation Department are numerous. It offers undergraduate majors in Physical Education and Health Education for the AB. degree. Graduate work lead- ing to the special cre- dential in Physical Ed- ucation is offered, as well as teaching ma- jors for the general secondary degree cre- dential in Physical and Health Education. l32 Educatlo Physical Dr Hutchins has ably filled the chairmanship of the History and Political Sci- ence department during the absence of Dr Eislen. The department offers courses for all students Some of these cover the fields of history current affairs, gov- ernmental structures, and international relations. Stu- dents in these departments may strike out for a great diversity of vocational areas. The requirement for gradu- ation in this department is designed to increase the un- derstanding of our govern- ment and its manifold func- tions l Dr. Moule, Dr. Price, Miss Nomikos, Dr. Hutchins, Dr. Peckham '-rf Left to Right Mrs Harrison Miss Gelkhen Mrs Garngan MISS GEHLKEN Department Chairman Pacific's department of Home Economics gives its students a modern educa- tion in homemaking fo- cused on the family Headed by Mrs. Edna Gehlken as Chairman the department no longer con sists of only teaching the basic skills but now con centrates on the art and science of creative family living. Various majors in this field offer homemak ing, the teaching of home making or business homemaking such as dem onstration work, journal ism radio or television WOFlQ. I - Home Economl - . , .,, Qi- MRSKA sq -.-. ,b -N .., - .., MR. G. W. WHITE Department Chairman The Department of Mathematics offers a pro- gressive selection of courses designed to ad- vanced study in that field. Dr G Warren White is the chairman of this de- partment which offers courses in Mathematics calculus college arithme- tic, mathematics for busi- ness emphasis and mathe- matics of life insurance. The teaching of mathe- matics IS also emphasized. that cover areas such as I l Mr. White, Mr. llo The Department of Modern Languages offers courses lead- ing to a degree of Bachelor of Arts in French, Spanish, and German. Under the direction of Dr. Frederick Steinhauser, this department prepares many students for varied positions in the world. Further, this department is responsible for developing student interest in the culture of many foreign lands. i Moder Language DR. STEINHAUSER Left to Right: Dr, O'Brien, Mrs. Lynch, Dr. Steinha Department Chairman Philosoph The Department of Philosophy is very valuable in helping to develop critical and balanced think- ing, which is an asset in any field. As chairman of the department, Dr. William N. Nietman stresses the vocational value of Philosophy, and that of promot- ing sturdy individuality. The function of the depart- ment is to keep persons in a posture of self-correc- tion, confronting them with existence, notably their own. Many learned professions in which decisiveness is important, such as Medicine, Law, and Theology, favor Philosophy as an undergraduate major. It is also appropriate for those whose main concern is to obtain a liberal arts education. Dr. Nietmann, Mr. Ronald Santoni, Dr. Edwin Ding. DR. WILLIAM NIETMANN Department Chairman Q if me rf 133557.29 Dr Emerson Cobb Mr Schneller Mr Wllllam Wudman Mr Jesse Bmford Dr Hershel Frye Mr Parker Mr Ted Wnedayun Mr Erme Bomelll Dr Emerson Cobb Mr. Young Dr. Alfred Krause Dr. Alfred Krause 5"f'6'g'f !!h?1"A. l W?"' A 1115, J, Dr. Samuel Meyer, Dr. Kenneth Stocking, Dr. Donald Lehmann. Dr. Kenneth Stocking . ' 1 fri, ' M ..!m V., 4 -- 'x, Dr. Alden Noble Mr. Freud .Nohas, Dr. Donald Lehmann, Dr. Alden Noble, Mr. Amal Bonnerjie, Dr. -Lloyd Kung. I39 DR. JACOBY Dr. Dann, Dr. Bruner, Mrs. Goleman, Dr. Jacoby. Head of Department passes many classes of interest. Field work social service and in teresting courses in criminology and how crime affects society are only a few of the many aspects of Pa cific's Sociology De partment, Headed by Dr. Jacoby, with the help of Associate Pro fessor Dr. Bruner the department provides a background for teaching at secondary and higher educa- tional levels as well as a foundation for train- ing in law, the minis- try, and social work. Sociology Sociology encom- Left to Right: Professor Settle Dr Rumon Kurt Enden Professor Egbert DeMurcus DR RUNION Brown, Dr. Paul Winters Dean Betz Dr Zimmerman DePU"fm9f'f Cl'lUll'l11UH Broadcasting dra- ma, speech correc- tion and general speech are considered the four main divi- sions of the Pacific's Speech Department and where the most emphasis is placed. Dr Runion, chair- man of the depart- ment, along with Pro- fessor Betz and Mr. DeMarcus Brown, have made Pacific's speech department a Professional dramatic presentations and winning speech tour- naments have proven thas time and time again Another suc- cessful year for stu- dents, who have been influenced by the de- partment, has been realized and much appreciation goes to Dr Runion and his able staff very productive one. V J 5 f f ,v U 1 - n.. , 'X ? T " ' ' , , , ,I t ., fi 5 'sf 1 + ' Q x gg l J .Q ' N r . 'J A if ' 13. l 5 4 1 1 1: pe if + . V . I 5 5 is :Sie . X F X! 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I43 I ' ' 1 ' " T"'!i:L 5 ' - :lK4l!'g -'4ilm' 9"5't? Pacific's Opera Work- shop presented Smetana's "Bartered Bride" on Janu- ary l7th and l8th, under the direction of Dr, Lucas Underwood. The leading roles were held by Hilde- garde Sabrowsky as Marie, Buck Townsend as Va- shek, William Thompson as Jenik, and Nathan Blake as Kezal. Outstand- ing supporting roles were also turned in by Judith Pennebaker as Esmeralda, a circus ballet dancer, and Delores Gibson, as Lud- mila, the peasant mother of the heroine. The performance was excellently presented and Pacific is duly proud of such fine talent. lt is be- cause of works such as this, that Pacific is rated high in the musical field. "Separate Tables" "The Bartered Bride The first Pacific Thea- ter presentation for the i959 season was "Sepa- rate Tables," a play by Ter- rence Rattingan. The play is divided into two distinc1 parts but uses the same scenery and cast. Botl' parts of the play deal witlv social problems of the day with the action placed in a boarding house in a small town in England. Under the direction of De- Marcus Brown, the play proved to be another in the long line of top quail ity Pacific Theater pro ductions. Seen in the lead ing roles were Franki Dewey, Ricks Falk, Ny Marchese and Rod Elin. . We . , . L 'Rt , WH Q P. ia, , .Nan Ng -. "The Importance of Being Earnest" The first Studio Theatre production of the fall, "Enchanted Cottage" was directed by Jean Avery. The emotion - packed drama of two people who find that beauty is more than skin deep was well- acted and effectively por- trayed by a cast which in- cluded Denny Levett, Fred Valier, Martha Ball and Jim Gardner. Oscar Wilde's play was directed by Don Osborn and starred Kirk Scheu- fele, Gail Manning and Jim Gardner. It was pre- sented in February for two performances that were well received by the cam- pus. 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'4ZJ3NWg3"' Y Q ' deff' f' Q ' 1 , ' ' If V Q :ff "'i--.,..., ,W wi i iggis V 6V Ein- L-,-., I Q Q' L., A- 'Y -Ki R '- f --ll.. t l 1 'Q , . ., .nq-3.NP-I -Q 5 HOUSE COUNCIL FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mona Vaughn, Lynn Eastman, Ginger lvers, Rosalind Anti. SECOND ROW: Janice Maroot, Pat Beson, Lynette Pearce, Carolyn Amos, Patty Soule. WOMEN S RESIDENCE HALL Occupied for the first time this year, the new Women's Residence Hall has become the realization of much dreaming and planning Housing all of the women at Pacific except for those in sororities and Manor Hall the New Dorm for monly referred to on campus? is a huge building with many beautiful and modern features. Its first year has been a year of trial and has been very suc- cessful coordlnatlng the lives of approximately four hundred women students Pacific Hilton, as it islcom- esidence Hall MRS. ELLEN WILBUR MRS. EDITH ADKINS Head Resident Assistant Resident STUDENT COUNCILORS FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Carol Chappell, Linda Blevins, Prilla Doll, Sherly Pickering, Jessycler Pereira. SECOND ROW: Ann Wind- weh, Brenda Browning, Frances Emery, Margaret Cake, Shirley Ross, Rose Purcell. Joan Forst Pat Amick Sue Besson Nadine Bottano Julia Harvy Lois Hought Cynthia Lindhe it u it Shore .. A v 1-, Carol 0'Connor Pearce Carline Richardson Schneider Ruth Sebastian 'ET Susan Spicer Emilie Tabar Davida Taylor Janis Totten Anne Westley Barbara Witt Section One Ann Hoffman Carolyn Watson l Barbara Janet A-.14 - 4- 1 in.. A . .4 Sandra Kurtz Helena Loewen Belva Mehischau Margaret Oldham Emmy Rose Nancy Schev Donna Smith Carol Tomlinson Catherine Traeger S ect' o T Roberta Cliff Sandra Knocke Jean Watkins Bernadine Giunnini Patricia Nordling Patti Soule Karen Weir Janice White Jessycler Percio Martha Ball '22 Karen Crutcher Jan DeAngeles is Kay Henry Judy Hinckley 5? Sally Knight Winnie Knutson Diann Shadwell Janet Simmons Diane Berry Velda Bryan Mary Burr Clare Carlson Norlee Dornan Pat Fong Marlene Francis Y Glenda Grant Ann Hockman Linda Huffman Patti Kelly Jean Keniston Bette Lowry Barbara Madden Joan Moore Pat Pattie Phyllis St. Sure Sandra Underwood Roberta Ching Judy Henderson Joann Sharon Patton Section Five R 4,11 ' Ei :EY M r -. " IL 54, :rl Q, 'I 44 dw ..- W ill Il A N, .X Diana Armbruster Erlinda Bigornia Bonnie Boorman Marles Burk Susan Burks Marilyn Christenson 'Joan Edwards is J Karen Frimkess Norma Frost Phyllis Goodwin Mary Gordon Janet Johnston Kemble Thais Kishi Nancy McGee Bonnie Mohme Jeanette Page Heidi Perry Penny Perry Vicki Pratt Margaret Renwick Section Six Janis Robinson Joann Smothers Patsy Stevens f 7 f QF Rose Purcell Pepper Andrews Fran Cramer Elise Austin Beverly Baker Jean Boileau Charlene Briscoe qu Susan Brock Sue-Ellen Brown Linda Cardiff Jo-Ann Chapton Valerie Crawford Lynn Eastman Joyce Francis Genellen Meyer Katherine Hill Mary Beth Lee Mary Mitchell Kathy Raferty Joan Rumsey Helen Snow Section Seven Nancy Thoyre Dorothy Watt Judy White Inez Wilkins Martha Williams Ronaele Williams l54 Priscilla Doll Susan Carolyn Amos Marina Anichkov Rozalind Anti Dorothy Bennett Judy Boloyan G3 urn Charmak Duane Church Sandra Donald Melissa Evens Duane Fisher Connie Fowler if llka Galvez Gherra Tama Gooseff Cathy Graeser Susan Gross Gall Hncker Ginger lvers J Marsha Jenkins Ann Kramer Helen Scott Judy Shaw Diane Shobe Linda Stagg Susan Steinko Nancy Jameson Linda Conner .ui ',.x,J. Section Eight Carol Chappell Nancy Aliverson Susan Brown Carol Bryce Pat Eleanor Cortsen LaVonna Currie Gay Currier Carolyn Davis Joy Deeter ,V- Marti Easterbrook Kathleen Early Marlene Eperson Carla Erickson Martha Fairhead Beth Neuman Par Orr V Judy Polach Lu Ann Prior Mary Mae Roberts l Carolyn Smith Cornelia Sluis Janet Stone Marge Sword gr ul V Section Nine 5? Linda Farr Marge Kollenborn av- Charlene Robinson Gayle Sanguenette Mary Anne Tarpin Nancy Tate Sharon Glenn Marlene Glotz Cathy Gunter Judy Hanshue Gail Hatcher Barbara Kardashian Sharon Kaufman Jane Kindsvater Jean Kirker Betty Kurkpatric u i Y Mikell Tidd Marilyn Monson Susan Mossler Gretchen Trenholn Claire Trimingham Judith Turner Pat Llllle Pozzi Raylinger Sally Storm 'Q Section Ten Margaret Cake Pat Beson Sharon Brawley Lynne Berford Charlotte Dow Tania Drysdale Rosemary Eggen Lee Ann Fassero Carolyn Mann Marsha McDonall Marlene Mones y , 6, Bonnie Stebins Loretta Wright Valerie White Karen Harms Huldi Jensvold Janice 0'Donnell Carol Pasquali Ruth Purves Anne Reedall Section Eleven Allene Anderson Nancy Anderson Nancy Austln Madelene Bartels Sue Bestor Zuta Crosrer Ellen Dnetschy Mary Ann Drysdale Carol Ghiorso Barbara Hartman etty McClusky Susan Palmer Donna Papmr Susan Parsons Merlaine Peach Rhoda Smith Section Twelve Sally Copp Susan McCaughey Saron Daraskavich ff?- - Penny Bozich 7 YV' Kathy Jampol Marian Porterfield Susan Swift Fareen Downs Ginny Owen Georgane Robinson Manor Joan Munn ,nl " 'I N .5 . If 3 H. if! 1 41,1 . rf' J A H Ann Rossi Beth Thnell Kathy Townsend Marvis Vollenweider Mrs. Ethel McCoy gp. i fi 1 ,Am iq., , ...,., . Q M . 5 1.2, xfff 43 gi lx' If N? K gg. ,ir 1 12" f' ff S' 'S 4 ., I 5 ' r 'E' ...gg . 7, . 'fi 135-r-e r K ., A 91' V Vw, P: W F-,.i 'K-lv 7 ge f A 31 'H . LG 2 . . ' 3 J:-'Q - ' "r . 'rv W YK KY: M. -, X-A 'm A fav" S ' '.'.-, - ,, . --ff' .1 1-4 'J f V iT--' I' ' 19" L, I 1 -T . 'J 2 ' .1 . 'f 3 ,al - ' 03 . - 253-'Z E I, x ,-1-'L W 4? .. V 3 ,few 1. 'E 335' ff . fr' SV - 'n A ' ' -KILUHPQ - 'pw A Af ,L-ixzwfr ' .mem HISQN -Y J .. xx 5 5 2 x x , ,, ,W , ilni, x l On campus living for unaffiliated men is divided into three separate living groups: North Hall, South Hall, and West Hall. Men's dorm activities are co-ordinated by an interdorm council which regulates rules, social events and other functions of the living groups. Efficiently organized for the first time in years both South Hall and West Hall participated in various campus events with South Hall winning first place in the Homecoming float competition and West Hall sponsoring a Spring Dance. Aff Beflinef Vida' Escmfbdo Tom Farris Frank Filice Phil Hall Richard Haye Don Johansen Gary Kaufman Paul Kaufman Jim Kay Stephen Lewis David Loofbourrow Fr. Calvin Maas Edward Moss Dick Walsh Angiulo Nicholas William North Robert Sapp Nell Stafford Carryung on the spirit of Pacuflc s oldest men's llvlng group, the men of North Hall partnclpated an many campus events. Flooding the campus with music from loud record players, the tra- dltlonal conferences on the front walk benches, and a dlnner dance for the residents and their guests are some of the years highlights for North Hall's men ..1 1 . . , H3143-?h' . .,- J Jim Schlegel Elin John Sublett Dale Scltoertler f Charles Smith Fred Wudemann Nelson Zane Mrs. Mable Lyons I Thurman Douglass Gordon Peterson Al Schmidt Donald Tarr ,Ez if 2 ,,-- 2 l ' ' Marshall Pichard Ted Olson Rollo Parsons Bill Powell Larry Pitman Gene Price John Schumaker Bill Stanclitt .lames Stark Bob Vanderwall Robert Viscount John Ward Gary Toogood Richard Williams Jerry White Robert Pryor Harold Rahmlow Greg Stikes Anthony West Sherman White Richard Peterson Patrick Russell Ted Tahira Joe Watson Robert Witt MRS. PEARL BOATRIGHT Housemother .L ,I I Z., I J ' fl Ares Aglmmflun Nuflmn A9llUUlU"lUl1 Norman Arnesen Jim Bellamy John Beyer Robin Bowen Kirk Bowman Dick Brennen Wally Brooks Bruce Browne Ronald Cia Cliff Cardoza Stephen Davis Dino DeRanieri Dave Fenolio James Gardner Neil Hanson Rich Heil Gary Hinman Tony Jurach MRS. LULA HANCOCK Housemother I64 L- 'E-il ? rx Victor Black Jack Bursch Terry Fong Brent Kelley West Hal ,gg , .xl ' 4 ,. f N , ff' V s gb! , '-if W 1 , . V l 'fi 1 ,w ww J N l tll i Ji. if 4 ,ld '., , LL! , .. -n I X . N , f X - 'insm . 53,-,g .... D eil 'iv-.. ' ' ,.,,c. Y . I 'vi - lf '. 4' -4 F r ' 111.1 W .LHC ' : ig! wx I - d"'.1Z F l.i I H if . it 6 F51 ,J LR Q G5 5 5. 5 1 -1 Lei all ,L If Mi -I X. James Alexander Grace Black Romana Cabeliza Sue Clowes Mary Dahrman Ramon Gelela Mike Harmon Carolyn Johnson N 1- I is s EV N gm , X ' ,, ' ' ' X ,H ii' , 4 Scott Autrey Cluck Baker Irene Barattino William Blackwell Allen Bond Sally K. Boynton Joseph Calderon James Caminato Karen Cdndini Margo Coolures Crawford Crawford Catherine Crowell John Eckerson Tony Fadely Ricks Falk Richard Giambruno Louise Good Robert Goux Addie Harvey Marilyn Holoppa David Hutchings Clifford Johnson Charlotte Jones Colene Jordan 31-'Ll' ii , . r , . .5 - v lr--.1 .X , I 41 i 7 K Harold Barnett Sharon Brookhart Donalee Carlson Rosalind Davis Ed Farley Charoiane Goux Ron lseth Berta Barton Rochelle Bashor Robert BCI-'ef Richard Brown Seldon Brusa l-011556 BUSSEY Larry Clark Oliver Clarke Tom Cloud Kenton Dean Margaret DeVol -l05ePl' Delvcchi Walter Frederickson Sue Freeman l-l0Yd Gdbbefl' Leroy Grainger Don Greer SIIG Hllle f -.re L'g"fefLfl1.:j- 2 'E' -ng -Y. 1" 'Q ' w' '.-- 4, l Jul' 1 '3 V l 'Ii Beth Kimball Merle Logan Richard Meeks Joyce Muller David King Albert Louie Jock Owen Barbara Peberton I Sangalang Kirk Scheufele Marie Smith Orville Smith Milton Kite Katherine Lum Patricia Mosman Ron Plckard Robert Schneider Wayne Smith Don Krampe Marilyn McAtre Pat Moresco Barbara Reynolds William Schuldt Ann Souza Muroga Tatsuyo HL. fg-s I , 651 g u rj Ag:- if l 2 l' W 3 Ni r ' r . qs James Lantz Eugene McCoy Carol Nelson Bill Rhoads Dick Shore Helen Sperry Linda Taylor John Weeks Don Latimer Leroy Law Ed Manherz Francisco Manlapiz Sperry Morton Rochelle Onariler Judy Rosenberg Wilma Ross Arleen Shillingsberg Carol Seibold Pat Stevens Warner Strylan Garth Treude Juon Ulep Lois Weeks Barbara Yep Loretta Leong Thomas Manning Neal O'Doan Donna Rux Victoria Shore Jerry Sullivan Lianes Vicente Ted Yoneda f .R-4' E 2 3+ .sit ll 25. .2 n w 1 Q E95 it ' an ' . :-: 1 34 .,,. I . , 4 H "lg 3 'jg o 4 ' , , ' C I' it .L bl Ir' 2 , ' MW ., ' 1, 1 V ,m,,,! . ,WL .,..' F 5 J 1 I :2'?k,w:, 931: isa - Wg? 252' if SN .X , .v- 1 iii? Tw ."""' ,w-4 hav? A ,QS -.,. ,, . , ., .,,,T,....-...-....,..gg . 29' FALL PAN-H ELL ' FRONT ROW Left to Right: Micky Babb, Lynn Waterman. SECOND ROW: Sue Scrivener, Bev Riddle, Carol Blackham. SPRING PAN-HELL FRONT ROW Left to Right: Micky Babb, Barbara Clark, Carol Blackham. SECOND ROW: Dyun Brown, Donna Hudson, Judy Barklow. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The coordinating body of three of Pacific's sororities is the Panhellenic Council. Repre- sentatives ot Alpha Theta Tau, Epsilon Lambda Sigma and Tau Kappa Kappa on this council are the President and Vice-President of each living group. The council seeks to organize and co- ordinate the activities of the sororities and to see that Panhellenic rules are not violated. Chairman of this council rotates between houses each semester. Zeta Phi, not a member of the Panhellenic council, exercises a different set of rules for rushing and other sorority activities. 'G' 'Y EPSILON LAMBDA SIGMA FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Gail Manning, Carolyn Nordvik, Gretchen Gerhardt. SECOND ROW: Barbara Kardashian, Margo Coolures, Kathy Morrison, Cathy Reilly, Darlene Enfield. TAU KAP PA KAPPA FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Patricia Burns, Flo Brown, Marlo Griffin, Diana Reinert. SEC- OND ROW: Janine Mauro, Suzanne Salbach Suzanne Lown, .loan Hopkin, Elsa Madsen Karen Linholm. THIRD ROW: Ann Mathesi Barbara Kilgore, Denise Fedigan, .lean Mc- Guire, Sandy Smolen. l70 ALPHA TH ETA TAU FIRST ROW, Left to Right: .Ianice Simpson Emmy Rose, Marilyn Burke, Mary Dohrmann Jean Watkins, Ginny Owen. SECOND ROW Sherry Heakin, Donna Smith, Janis Robinson Rhoda Smith, Marlene Monese. X X , 1 x cs ,Lo h -33 X, E T7 ZETA PHI FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Penny Bozich, Janet Gray, Janell Morris, Carolyn Watson. SECOND ROW: Margaret Oldham, Nancy Thoyre, Masako Murayama, Joan Munn. Not shown: Betty Lowry. Fall Pledge Dances One of the highlights of each sorority s semester of activities is the annual dance which is given for the members and their guests Each house makes the affair quite festive with a clever theme and guests come appropriately dressed in all sorts of cos- tumes Good tumes are had by everyone at these enter- taining functions CK FALL an HS ' - , gaze: I E i i , Beth Akers Sally Anaclerio Micky Babb Janet Barron Ruth Bateman .loan Bender Anne Blanchard Brenda Black Bev Brown Dyan Brown Barbara Butterbaugli Marilyn Curnow Pam Derby Frankie Dewey Fran Emery Barbara Fridell Jan Gaston Elaine Garbolina Mrs. Koerber Alpha Theta Tau was founded in 1881 on the San Jose campus. With the move to Stockton in l924, the Alpha Thetes came too, and purchased their own house in the center of sorority circle. Sopholechtia was the early name of the society. This year, as in the past, Alpha Theta Tau has actively participated in campus events. The Fall semester saw Alpha Theta greet l l new pledges, win Homecoming prizes for House decorations and float, greet Alums, and honor their house- mother, Mrs. Eve Koerber at a tea. The spring brought Band Frolic and honors for "Scene Through the Fog". A Fashion Show for the mothers, the Black and White Ball, and the tra- ditional Senior Breakfast completed another fun filled year for the ladies of Alpha Theta Tau, Alpha Thet fi IW' Jeri Henderson Marilyn Jernigan Barbara Michelson .ykx 'EGFR ,M , 'reid' V25 mr, if , IU' 55? S' 1 Q5-Q EJ Qs Barbara Henning Gwen Johnson Dian Mrdklff Nancy Robinson Ruth Slmonson Judy Hudelson Sonja Johansen Barbara Neuron Becky Ohrt Jeannette Smith Gail Thornton Betty Imrie Sharon Kenney Erlene Peirano Sharon Robinson Marlee Stark Kay Weaver Carol Jacobson Arlene Lambert Jean Pereira Pat Schwartz Jon Stultz Dehne Williams .gba be Joann Jackson Trudy Lammers Mary Reynosa Sue Scrivener Marlene Sutherland Sandy Young I? 5. Rosemary Ames Louise Brink Linda Cunningham Carol George Susan Herb Teddy McBee Carolyn Martin 'QF Nancy Armstrong Sue Bardin Stella Barker Dorothy Busher Betsy Carr Barbara Clark Shirley Daulton- Fran Easterbrook Melbd EVCIHS Linda Getchell Jan Graves Judy Hflfdef Donna Hudson Mary Jones CarolYn 10095 Nan McLean Pat McPherson MYFHU McWilliams Martha Metzler Pat Mondon GUYICHB NiCl'l0lS Lmda Blevins Corrlnne Connolly .loland Funk Susle Harper Anna Lou Kaelm Margaret Bodley Shirley Crandall Gall Garavanta Norma Hernn Jean Krueger Kim Morris Nancy Paris Jill Pinkus .lan Raines Jean Reed Bev Riddle Sandy Robinson A J Snooks Sheila Thompson Jan Wanger Barbara Swanson Sue Talbot Marge Stone Lynn Waterman Betty .lo Waters Sandy Wurster Kathy Young Sharon Young Mrs Conner ambda Sigma The school year of i958-59 was Epsilon Lambda Sigma's Centennial year. ln l858, Epsilon began as the Emendia Liter- ary Society of the Santa Clara Female Institute which eventu- ally merged with what is today the College ofthe Pacific. To celebrate the lOOth year, Epsilon started the year off with an open house and luncheon during Homecoming Week- end as well as a Centennial Dance given by the Alumni. As tradition, Epsilon held its Shipwreck Dance in the Fall and the Kiddie Costume Dance in the Spring. The annual May Breakfast closed the social calendar year for Epsilon. 5 'J P T, Pl I .ludy Barklow Barbara Bayha Carol Blackham Betty Blakley Mary Ellen Brower Florence Brown Pat Burns Margaret Cheney Rosemarie Clampett Sandy Collins Robin Drury Donna Furber Kristine Fee Johanne Gadaire Virginia Gordon While Pacific was located in San Jose, the sorority of Athenaea was formed. This was l9l7 and when Pacific moved to Stockton, Tau Kappa Kappa came too, newly named. Tau Kappa is a mem- ber of Panhellenic Council and has lived at its present location in Sorority Circle since l9-47. This year has been very full and industrious for Tau Kappa. In the fall, Rosemarie Clampitt was crowned Homecoming Queen and Tau Kappa's float placed second in the Homecoming Parade. A pre-rush dance held in the fall was done on the "Beatnik" theme and rushing saw l5 girls pledge T.K.K. ln the spring, hard work began early with Band Frolic. A semi-formal pre-rush dance was held at the Stockton Country Club, To end the year, Tau Kappa gave a luncheon honoring the members parents. Tau Kappa is also busy with preparations and plans for a new addition to their house to be completed this fall. Tau Kapp Q: l M 1 3 fm? ,4-.K HHH 'Mgr' :HN iw-f ,ix 1?- ,T-. 'xg Marlo Griffin Carol Jenkins Suzanne Lown Carole Haddan Carrie Jones Sue Jo Mathews Jean McGuire ,ina ig? Carolyn Henderson Karen Johnson Elsa Madsen Sarah Olson Barbara Pollitt Sandy Smolen 6:5 Q.. 'C' Loretta Hodol Joan Hopkin Barbara Kilgore Karen Linholm Ann Mathes Janice Mauro Eleanor Peter Shila Phillips Diana Reinert Judy Roberts Elvera Steiner Suzanne Salbach .A Margaret Allen Marian Duncan Mona Fikry Zoe Hemphill June Mayer Anne Nelson Q .Q- It 'L- nv '97 'fit L Marilyn Austin Jan Cordes Duane Gardner Betsy lida Ruth Miller Nancy Newton Jean Avery Sandra Clark Judy Gibbs Sally Lemos Leah Morford Nilsine Nilsson 3 Elaine Blum Dianne DeLaHunt Mary Grothe Judy Lemos K' Pal Cornell Tanya Desatoff Arlene Hamley Charleen Lowry IX it Judy Newton Mary Ann Peck Marilyn Peterson Charmaine Thompson Marielle Tsukamoto Ginger Tucker Al? 4 Ea if .,, .fe- Esther Shikuma Gail Terwilliger Ann Weise A W'I nn :son Cdfliy WilSOI1 Rnberta White During the year 1935, the sorority Zetagathean was founded on the Pacific campus. In 1945, its name was changed to Zeta Phi to be more in keeping with traditional sorority names. The sorority has occupied its present home on Pacific Avenue since 1947. Early this Fall, Zeta Phi honored their Housemother, Mrs. Ives at their annual tea. Also on the calendar was the dance "Kon Tiki" and an Open House for Parents during Homecoming. The Spring semester came and Band Frolic time with "Now Hear This", a pre-rush dance was held, coffee dates, Spring Open House on Parents Day and to conclude the year's activities the Alums gave a Senior Picnic at Mickey's Grove. 9' -Q-'-1112? ' .fm ., w-V fu ' if 'X-. -Q, ,1- L. -V -JV 4-gf 553 f . 2. :of ,T 'N-. H. El FALL INTER-FRAT COU NCIL FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bob Nichols, Dick Lauer, Hank Carson, Bob Webste SECOND ROW: George Cliff, Gene Salback, Jon Colton. l'3tBI'I1ItIBS SPRING INTER FRAT COUNCIL SECOND ROW R dGe a D kBu ks Bob Koth Fed Burns INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL Representatives of Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Kappa Phi Delta Upsllon and Rho Lambda Phu make up the coordinating body of the four social fraternities The council which meets when the need arises enforces the rules which govern the rushing and social activities of the fraternities With the advent of national frater nltles moving on campus the inter fraternity council has had a busy year revamping their organization and setting up new laws and regu lations lil I '3- I FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Dick Bcteson, Al Farnum, Hunk Corson, Bill McGrego I o i m n, ic r , , r . I n I 1 I 0 a .,'-- g, -I "ni , Q :Sf S., .. 1 ' 'i E- -.1 4 lwx I jim- ' . .r I K ur ' .Af im",-.N , 1, qs, J' qi A K 1-bi?-I, ,Eff '43P1fknv.' 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Walton Cheney Norman Collins Hank Corson Sal Cortes Howard Dearing Charles DeSilva Marc Goto Bill Guudagnolo Bill Hale Jerry Kitay Barry Mayfield James Nixon Charles Poor Bob Small R dy ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA ln the Fall of i954 an AKL Club was formed on the College of the Pacific cam- pus The following Spring in May of l955 the Charter was run the 78 miles from Alpha Chapter at University of California with the help of men from Alpha and from Beta Chapter at Stanford. The Fall of 1955 was Alpha Kappa Lambda the first na- tional fraternity on the Pacific campus enjoyed a year of activities, highlighted by the annual exchange with Alpha chap- ter at the University of Cali- fornia Also an important spring event was the Annual Two Yard Hop the tradi- tional spring pledge dance. This year the' men of AKL Ka ppa La m bda Valente Henry Wutso By,-an Wilbur MRS. REISERER Housemothe .ji ? - -- mi V 4-.- V:-' 'bw 'L-ar N-.J Fred Barnes David Blakley Phra Blakely Walt Bodley .lack Briner Kurtz Carpenter Allen Case Edward Christensen .lon Colton Stan Crawford Walt Culbertson Bill Deubner Richard Easterbrook Jim Elkins George Fasel Ron Helgesson Alan Hill Marc Jantzen As in the past, Archania spent a very successful year on the campus. The firetruck was the delight of the membership and many members of the student body. Homecoming house decora- tions honors were taken for the men's division by Alpha Kappa Phi when Governor Goodwin J. Knight awarded them. Pledging brought in more Rebels. Pledge dances and Sunday evening dinners high.- lighted the social year. Mrs. DuBois was honored at a tea in the spring. Robert E. Lee's birthday was celebrated in style. All in all it was an excellent year for the Roaring Archites. 7-ilpha Kapp N' Q! B' Doug Keller Harold Kelly Tom Marovich William McGregor Bill Osgood Pete Prentiss Bruce Kennedy Mel McKinney Ernie Roberson Dick Smith 3 Chauncey Kepford .lim Millar Gary Rominger Dick Stickler Mike Trevitt Bob Webster 'E 5 l Bob Laddish Richard Miller AI Simi Steve Stockton Henry E. Wallace Jock Willoughby Ed Loveroni Don Osborn Mel Slocum Bob Sweet Gerald Weaver Dave Wilson , X . X li TONY AllU9Ue Wally Alfhiem Juvior Areno Bill Badorek Robert Bolling Dick Bu kes Bill Clemings Bob Doyle Bob Downum Douglass Eberhordt Al Furnum John Felix William Fowler Rick Gilbert Bruce Gledhill Ruby Gruziani Ted Gurich Richard Harrison Mrs. Edith Moore This year was the high mark and the last year for Omega Phi, for this year the men of Omega Phi Alpha were initiated into Del ta Upsilon. This year, as last, the men pro duced another thriller in the form of Dr Frueg's Monster Again this year the Rubber Band made its appearance for all major campus events, in cluding the dedication of the new dormi tory. Fran Easterbrook, a fine example of womanhood, was the Omega Phi Girl of the year. Rush dinners, pledge dances, and the annual formal went together to round out the year for Omega Phi Alpha - Delta Up silon. - Llpsilon Delta Wir:-1 'I -,.....-1 dc llr .g,xc l 'RK' 1... ,H ,, L ,,V,7W K. r 5. -,,x is bf Q'-9 ,Pl Ed Hinshaw Phil Kern mo Marchetti Emory Morris Richard Roberts Ed Sowash M 3 box Y"-'r an f,,, I Dave Houghton Jim Kleinschmidt Bob Mazzuca James McRea Harold Robinson Jim Spangler K, fy: . , 'uc if' 'YSL' Mu 5' 'tix- iii all iq g i f. If J . "uni, lxgi ' SS-0 Le: Gary Hubb Don'Landeck Chuck Merrill Bob Nicholls Tom Robinson Larry Swan 'Y is ,gli-N Al Johnson Drew Juvinall Charles Lander John Lopez Harold Miller John Mohrmon Ron Nickel Ken Niles Roy Ryan Bob Sartwell Adrian Vera Doyle Wright 7? S-r ,,-an-s IU' Kelly Kjeldsen Noel Manoukian Mike Montano Ted Ray Greg Smith Mitch Yamamoto Emmy Rose Lovely Linda Stagg, a pledge of Epsilon Lambda Sigma, was chosen Belle of Archania during the spring semester, The crown- ing ceremony was held in the liv- ing room of the Alpha Kappa Phi house. Past Belles were intro- duced and entertaining skits were given by three Pan-Hellenic sor- orities. Selection of the Belle was a closely guarded secret known only by the belle committee and the Dean of Women. The Belle then reigns as Belle of Archania until the next preference day when a new Belle is chosen. Charming Emmy Rose, a pledge of Alpha Theta Tau, was chosen Belle of Archania by the men of Alpha Kappa Phi to reign during the fall semester. Originating in l94l, the Archania Belle ceremony has come to be the traditional climax of Pan Hellenic sorority prefer- ence day, Each semester the members of Alpha Kappa Phi select a Belle from among the rushees of the sororities. Good looks, a winning smile, and fine southern grace are a few ot the virtues to be found in the Belle of Archania. Linda Stagg Each spring one of the major high lights is the Serenade given by Delta Upsilon fraternity to each of the women s living groups An annual event since l92l it is at this time that the fraternity makes known its choice for the following years Delta Upsilon Girl. Long weeks of hard prac- tice precede the Serenade which is noted for its harmonically romantic songs and styles. The D.U. Girl is dra- matically announced at the end of the Serenade in Sorority Circle. The Girl must be affiliated with a sorority must not be a Senior and is selected by a vote of each member in Delta Upsilon. The selection is not known to anyone except the house president until the announcement in Sorority Circle. This year Delta Upsilon presents Fran East- erbrook, a member of Epsilon Lambda Sigma, as their Girl. 0 xv" xv' Q 4 1 . 3 9 os Q0 I sr, -3 i Dick Asami Carl Fink Larry Hubbard Rodney Rogers Cary Shimada I ". ' f ' S Meg 'S ff tig- Sv -in -41-15 'Wx ,A A r Jerry Biagini Merv Blus John Carroll Mel Finos Robert Gibson Robert Gilduman David Leach Herb Low George MocMurphy Yukio Sakamoto .lohn Schwartz Nick Spanos Don Shirachi George Silva Lee Sing Tom Cortland Neil Honodel Carlo Micelotti Douglas Scheid Robert Taylor Hap Vuscom Arthur Weybright Len Terra Ron Tom Charl e Whittenberg Ken Zentner For the first time in the history of the college, Phi Delta Chi, national social professional pharmacy fraternity was organized as a living group The men entered into all campus events with the energy and ability of all experienced Greeks. An outstanding entry in the Homecoming parade, a pledge dance, and a Spring Formal are examples of their activities. After only three years on the campus the men of Phi Delta Chi have equalled the ex- amples of their contemporaries. was rl J"'S A 4- Del Alberli George Cliff Rodney Geiman Denny Levett Roger Metoyer Harlin Payton L SR Dick Bateson Don Cockburn Wayne Hawkins Frank Lowery Bob Nielebeck Mike Bellini Bill Coy Dave Helbert Bruce McLean C. G. Norris if John Bitcon Jerry Carter Bob Crain David Dunlop Bill Hoelsken Stan Koenigsberger Bert Mantelli Jack Mathis Walter Tom Flores Dick Lauer Rh' Dun Poynter Bob Recknugel Bruce Reeves Mike Roe Robert Roth Ed Schwartz Herb Steiner Gil Toso Dave Towell Jack Woodward rs Grogan jg l T59 ambda Phi A Centennial year celebrated by Rhizomia! The year marked the lOO years since Rhizomiz split away from its parent group, the Archanian Literary Society, and founded the Rhizomian Literary Society. Four hundred ten graduates returned to the house to cele- brate with the active membership. Following the cele- bration by a few weeks was, as usual, pledging. 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V ,N .. 5 2. t-FA AA-fu .L-A -A--sw A---Asc. --:ff-4-SA' 'AAA A ali-A -f: - A- L'-2-A' fr, - ,A 1-I W ,AA-A A - g -. V2.3 LA. ' 1 "-AV i3V,A',,5A 'AA AJ.: '--.Aff ,V 'QA A -2- A' 5341 .4 gh? I -I -"Alf: .7 I- EP ' W 5,VA .. :V W 1 l 1 FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Coach Sid Hall, Manager Jim Norton, Manager Noel Mianoukian, Ken Uselton, Wayne Hawkins, Bob Hicks, Gary Hubb, Joy Gritts, Joe Malpasuto, E. Schwartz, John Williams, Herman Urenda, E. Sowash, Dick Bass, Bob Mazzuca, Duane Scott, Wayne Clem, Stan Burns. SECOND ROW: Coach Chuck Chatfield, Lionel Sequeira, Gene Stafford, Bill Bailey, Loyal Miner, Phil Ramstad, Jerry Jerner, Bill Badorek, Bob Sartwell, Carl Kammerer, Chuck Verduzco, Earl Moreno, Chuck Lander, Jim Storms, Jock Woodward, Ad- rian Vero, George King, Tony Aflague, Jim Royse, Coach John Rhode, Coach Don Campora. THIRD ROW: Head Coach Jack Myers, Couch Roland Rutter, Henry Wallace, Bill Fowler, Bob Denton, Bernie Challifoux, Gary Giovanni, Sherman White, John Ransome, Ola Murchison, Willie Hector, Bob Coronado, Bryon Kemp, Pete Kalamaras, Gene Campbell, Gene Pike, Bruce Adams, Jack Larscheid, Man- ager Norman Todet, Coach George Dickson, and Trainer Mel Moretti. The Tigers came out of the l958 Football Season with a respectable six-win, four-loss, record. The season held many highlightsf that included beating the California Bears, winnin the bell from San Jose State for the fifth consecutive time the fabulous Dick - - Il - Il ' Bass and his nationally famous Triple Crown. it-if T ., . I , W l, g rag. , U . 1 ,z ' 'N ,g ' r 0 l ' li Va rslty it Foot ba ll 4 I V : , - H M WL eg-:37iix?f' DICK BASS - Triple Crown Winner Fantastic, and fabulous are just a couple of adjectives that describes the tremendous per- formance turned in this year by COP's All- American Dick Bass. The performances of the l89-pound, 5-foot-I l halfback won him the nation's triple-crown. Bass led the nation with l,44O yards gained rushing, l,44O yards in total offense, and l l6 points scored - all three the best in the country. Not since Byron lWhizzerl White of Colorado in I937, has one player won all three titles in a single year. Although Bass has another year of eligibility, he was the first draft choice of the Los An- geles Rams. Bass was also selected on the All-American Pro Scout first team, and on the All-American second team of the UPI and the AP. The Bengal Tigers opened their i958 football season with a tre- mendous and a very crucial 24-20 win over the California Golden Bears of Berkeley. Led by All-American candidate Dick Bass, who accumulated 2l5 yards to break the all-time COP record of l9l net yards in one game, the Tigers posted their third win in ten games with Cal, and this was easily the most impressive. Along with Bass other outstanding offensive performances were turned in by Henry Wallace, Gene Campbell, and Herm Urenda. Despite Cals 20 points, COP's defensive units proved tough in tight and crucial situations. Wayne Hawkins, John Williams, and Carl Kammerer turned in fine defensive efforts from up front. The difference in the game, besides the spectacular running by Bass, proved to be the new two point option rule. The Tigers made all three of their two-point conversions, while the Bears made only one in three attempts. California .Q my i V, x Jack Meyers George Dickson John Rhode Don Cnmpora 5. i Q 'il .nv y if -' ' ua I f H3 4:5 X X J 0 E'v'.'n - . 1' 1 v- ' 1 44 f 521 .LL FQ f f :F 5 f .1 '- .. 1. R ll' 5 . A 1 u. 4 - h , - "E .9-' f ' M' 3 J 'W in Q ' ' 4 H. , , V - A '. ' '51, -. -it ,-.mg 5-3431. fy. -E 1 , - ,,..- ,Q-'-4r5Ln'--15xf,,q3.'r...,-an ' - 4 li Al I l 1 ... y- v-1 .1 y , 4 1. fl . 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" , , The Bengal Tlgers rolled to thelr third consecutive trlumph 26 8, at the expense of Brigham Young Unlverslty on October l l They scored ZO points In the flrst period and added a touchdown In the second period to coast to the wm Once again COP s Duck Bass led the Tngers offense with 135 yards IH l2 carries for a l l 3 average Herm Urenda was the other of fenslve star as he launted for 6l yards on l3 carries on the ground and completed 8 of lO passes for lO4 yards Bug Carl Kammerer was a standout on defense Reserves played much of the fmal half as penalties marred a num ber of offenslve thrusts by both teams ln all Pacufuc was penalized l3O yards 75 coming In the last two periods BYU was caught for lO5 yards on penalties The vvctory mlght have proved costly for the Bengals as Tackle Wayne Hawklns and End Chuck Landers were seriously lnlured and may be lost to the Tngers for the season Bob Hicks John Williams Gary Hubb Gene Campbell I - . I . - . . . I - - ' . I ' ' . , . I ' . 1 " T35 ' e - -.. W q,fg,-v1 Af F- -1 . f , . 5 X J if A-1-' Q . ggi Tff' A4 ', -if ' ,gg ., - ' V ' , a . 4 jf, Q .. .Q ,y ,g , sai l? Lf, 4- V A ' x l Nlw-4' .2 "'vY""' ns. 37-4915 Wh W? New Q53-fafivaff , if "7f' " al .Er ' 5425 lf? L5Q undef' -4 ifpai 9:5 R Af fix-reg? 'ws Ting' AWS, Wag? 1 fem, if, 7292, Kvif' Y 1 After winning their first three games in grand style the COP Tigers were upset by the Cincinnati Bearcats l2-6, on October 18. The Bearcats held Dick Bass to only 57 yards. Time after time, Bass was piled up at the line of scrimmage, as Cincinnati's line succeeded in pushing the Tigers all over the field. The Tigers were unable to track against Cincinnati. Trailing l2-6 with only a few minutes remaining in the game, the Tigers looked as though they were going to pull the game out, when Herm Urenda rifled some quick passes to Bob Coronado that put the ball on the COP 40 yard lineg but Urenda's next pass was in- tercepted and that was the last gasp for the Tigers. COP'S only touchdown came on a pass from Herm Urenda to Tony Aflague in the end zone in the second period, Henry Wallace topped the Bengals in rushing with 65 yards. T 'T x f'W.,' 'J ,gum " ' ' Y- --.L P A -lf-z I C ,Q .. '14,-MQ.. 'V 1 - Q . . -51.1 .Zh -Q 1 - 1, . , , A , V V A .. is I , ,H lurk au .V . ,.- I. ., . .. : , -'f f.-.auf-1 '- ' -- - ' , '-2:v"32 -1 half, 'V 'SWK '5f::v'.T 5.-WA.-.,i..wV,,,.x A -571.5--Fm . V i "M vi'-, xv:-We-.-.,i. - ' '.'.t,', I. "fi , " '. ' - ' ..,,..q:':-:r V-1-.pw-A,i,,11..-. .avffpq ., -,.a.:-,y- -V--f H .r 1: - ,- . mf , --c - .. - ,jfggfupi 1505, Q, . i f '7,,.g,3u,L 15, --,.f5:,-ia w,-'aff' . , . ' 1 ,.,.,- M ,ifflifs-rt , 1 am: A -vii . li. -. wif. 4' ,4. -QQ' 1, ,.pf,l4.af3" XVEC. ' M, -wr-,,.,gf:' 5' " S-4 595,511 il-53eis.,g'2rt Ns A . av' f.i,,w','a, ' 1" . '-:': 1 , -1 .--,1i:.,q-,rw , ' . V-1. 44:L7gf"gr ,, Ajf' if m'f.MQg.1' 'xl 1-ff. , 'Qgg ygiikagv f 4 ,I ,nv It " V....J' 41 3217- '. 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Bass rambled almost at will through the Spartan line, picking up 226 yards on 28 carries to establish a new COP single game rush- ing record. Fullback Henry Wallace also exploded for the Tigers as he ran l25 yards in nine carries for a l3.9 average. Wallace ate up a big chunk in the third period with a 75-yard gallop. Although Bass and Wallace were easily the outstanding backs on the field, the Tigers could count a long list of "heroes" in a game that snapped a three-game losing streak for the Tigers. Third-string quarterback Chuck Verduzco, starting his first game, moved the Tigers well out of the spread T. Murchison, work- ing in the backfield for the first time, played a fine game, as did Chuck Lander, who contained San Jose's wide sweeps.on the right side. ' c-m"c" '-.-ri-"g .' : . 1 San .lose -E . -' -5,41 gg-sjfff--,eff-fb - - f Dunne Scott Bob Denton Chuck Lander Bob Surtwell 21 P ashlngton State The Bengal Tigers were too cold to play ball on November 'l 4, and thus they were defeated but good by the Washington State Cougars 34 O lt was no night for football as the thermometer dTpped below the 40 degree mark and a cold wind whistled through the open end of the stadium The Cougars struck for three quick touchdowns that enabled thousands of shivering fans to go home early with no doubt as to the contests outcome as the game was all Washington State's. The Pullman powerhouse marched 50 yards on l2 plays to open the fireworks in the first period. A 77-yard drive on nine plays made it I4 O early in the second period. Although the third quarter was scoreless the Tigers put on their best drive of the evening a Sl-yard march before the power- ful Cougars line stiffened and snuffed out the Tigers drive. The Washington State heroes who got in the Tigers hair all evening were Quarterback Dave Wilson Chuck Morrell Don Ellerslck and Gail Coghlll ln fairness to the Tigers the Cougars were a very spirited and fired up aggregation as they were in the thick of the battle for the Pacific Coast Conference championship and a trip to the Rose Bowl A good showing against COP who defeated UC would enhance their chances for the trip. L:-'ff :jg Jack Larchied and Dick Buss Ed 50WUSl1 Adrian Vera Ken U5elf0'1 ' I I ' I I I I Q . n I I ' i l 0 I , i . U . I . 0 0 I I I I I n n I l . Dick Bass gaining yards with able assistance from John Williams and Earl Moreno. Away games with Marquette University, Boston University, San Diego State College and Fresno State College were met with mixed emotions. With many injuries to key defensive and offen- sive players, the Tigers were not at full potential on the Eastern trip as was indicated by COP's loss to both teams. The last two games with San Diego and Fresno again saw the Bengals back in full force winning very decisive and well-earned victories. 1 FOOTBALL STATISTICS I 9 5 8 I 0 G a m e s RUSHING PLAYER TCB TYG YL NET AVG. Dick Bass, lh ............ ......... 2 05 1457 96 1361 6.6 Henry Wallace, fb.. ...... 80 484 5 479 5.9 Jack Larsheid, lh .... ...... 5 7 285 27 258 4.5 Herman Urenda, qb ........ ...... 5 1 289 39 250 4.9 Gene Campbell, fb.. ...... 47 226 14 212 4.5 Duane Scott, fb ...... ...... 1 1 52 1 51 4.6 Bill Bailey, lh .......... 2 12 0 12 6.0 Ken Uselton, fb ...... .. 5 1 1 0 1 1 2.2 Tony Aflague, rh .... 3 7 0 7 2.3 Joe Malpasuto, lg ...... 1 4 0 4 4.0 Bob Hicks, rh .......... 3 3 0 3 1.0 Bob Coronado, rh ...... ...... 2 2 2 2 0.0 Gary Hubb, qb ........ ...... 2 7 47 49 -2 -.7 Chuck Verduzco, qb ........ 5 9 17 -8 -1.6 Earl Moreno, qb ...... ......... 2 2 17 -15 -7.5 PASSING PLAYER ATT. COMP. INT. YARDS PCT. TD Gary Hubb, qb ................ ....... 8 2 45 5 741 .548 5 Herman Urenda, qb ........ ....... 4 3 21 3 269 .488 2 Chuck Verduzco, qb ........ ....... 1 1 4 0 81 .363 0 Dick Bass, lh ............ ....... 1 3 4 2 79 .307 0 Jack Larsheid, lh ...... ....... 4 3 0 33 .750 0 Earl Moreno, qb ...... ....... 2 1 0 9 .500 0 PASS RECEIVING PUNTING PLAYER NO. YDS. TD PLAYER NO. YDS. Bob Coronado, rh ...... ......... 1 4 230 1 Elerlzngn Urinda, qb ................ 10 Jack Larscheid, lh ...... ..... 9 154 0 ic ass, -------------- ------ - -- 4 chuck Lander, le ........ ...... 15 127 o QQQYHQQQQQQ '11 -------- ------'-- 1 Q 31? 131014 B-BSS' 111 '------------- --'-- 6 121 1 Chuck LaFlder1,'112.3ff1 ......... ffff 1 31 Ola Murchison, le ...... ..... 6 116 2 Bob Hicks, rh ......... ..... 4 103 O PUNT RETURNS Ed Sowash, V9 -----------, ----- 4 85 0, PLAYER No. Yos. Gene Stafford, rh ........ ..... 5 61 0 Dick Bass, Il-1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,-,,,.,-,,,,. 13 164 Tony Alague, rh ........ ..... 6 79 2 EQEIQBI-e:'SCl'1eLd, Ih ........ ......... 1 I Jim Storms, le ......... ..... 1 47 0 1 31 GY: ----------------4 ------ Bill Bailey, lh ...... ..... 3 31 o gggchigfcifdfljcof qb ------- -----' 5 Gene P11461 le -------'--- ----- 1 12 1 Bob coron3do,'11Q'ff1fff ffffff 1 1 Gene Campbell, fb ------ --.-- 1 5 O Herman Urenda, qb ................ 1 0 Henry Wallace, fb ...... ..... 1 4 0 KICKOFF RETURNS PLAYER NO. YDS. Dick Bass, lh .............. ......... 1 0 227 PASS INTERCEPTION RETURNS EOE Elefaneda, F11 -------' ------ 3 o uc s, r ...........,..... ...... 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' f-- ' ,"-.- -fx , V r ' Ls . .L ,132 I.. w s 19.- ,XX MQ " 1 I , , N E .-'- rw 5, vm 9 'Yi '11 ,EDA t ' 1, . 4 , , -0 gf , ..- .M 5: 1, ,..4 -4.64 i X532 5" s. Q 'mmf 9 4 vita!! we r ara!-Pc Pacific's hoop squad, though finishing the season with an ll won, l5 lost record, and a 6-6 league mark, never failed to ex- cite the fans. After a tough pre-league road trip, facing such teams as Seattle, Illinois, Purdue, Cincinnati, Mar- shall, and Canisius, the Tigers dropped their first WCAC game to a surprising Pepperdine squad. COP bounced back and won their next four league games before losing to the champion St, Mary's Gaels. The season ended after close and hard fought battles with USF, Santa Clara and Loyola. Varsi C.O.P. BASKETBALL FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Leroy Wright, Don Cockburn, Dave Klurman, Maurice Jones, Sid Smith, Neil Stafford. SECOND ROW: Frosh Coach Al Mangin, Phil Kern, Brent Leonard, Bob Downum, Ron Weibust, Coach Van Sweet. THIRD ROW: Manager Paul Kaufman, Larkin Bryant, Dick Walsh, Gary Brinck, Gary Kaufman, Trainer Mel Moretti. Neil Stafford Dick Walsh LeRoy Wright asketball Don Cockburn Dave Klurmnn Maurice Jones Sid Smith 2Il C.O.P. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Coach Al Mangin, John Nichols, Ben Aiken, Dave Parr, Ken Kjeldsen, Gary Russell. SECOND ROW: Kenny Vaughn, Rollo Parsons, Ross Crawford, John Beyer, Sam Cardinale. Frosh basketball at COP, though somewhat less than spectacular, still fulfilled its purpose of develop- ing future varsity players. The Tiger Cubs in compiling a 4 won, I5 lost record, showed a lot of fight, spirit, and promise. John Nichols, 6'5" center for the Bengals, looked like a good prospect as he averaged over 13 points a game. Sam Cardinale, Dave Parr and Rollo Parsons also were high in the scoring column. Too much fouling, poor work from the free throw line, and a weak defense all hampered the Bengal Cubs. 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Vu Bob Coronado Ken Deon Bob Sapp Gene Stafford Joy Gritts 2l4 Bob Gutiss AI Sanders Dick Bass Bob Loureno Bob Mazzucu EA. lt x VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM FIRST ROW Left to Rrght Dave Bender Gene Pike Chuck Verdusco Joy Gritts, Mel Shepherd, Bob Coronado Leon Watkins Bob Gutrss Bob Sapp Gene Stafford SECOND ROW: Gary Russell, Hap Vasconl Bob Loureno Bob Mazzuca Gary Hubb Herm Urlnda Duck Bass Al Saunders, Ken Dean, Sid Hall. COPS baseballers per formed an a hlghly capable fashion durmg the l959 season Mound aces Bob Coronado and Gene Staf ford combined their pntch :ng talents to lead the Bengals agalnst San Jose State, Stanford and other West Coast schools Cat cher Joy Grutts and out flelder Bob Gatlss fur nnshed the power ln the Tiger attack Other stand outs were Duck Bass, Ed Sowash Bob Lourero, Gary Hub and Ken Dean SID HALL, Coach ah' IDE qjgeky' -fl! . A - 9,4 .f. I 2I5 u r f . y W. . I 1 s . 4 Y' fuk 1 -. - X E ' . . . , - 1 , ' T -:S 7 -. . . I! ' 1 - -..- x A' . 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', -Y, 5 Q, , .w 11, v r , .. t, N . , TRACK TEAM FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Willie Hector, Bob Cabanya, Dolphus Trotter, Lionel Sequiera, Lurken Bryant, Steve Davis. SECOND ROW: Bill Bailey, Tim Royce, Hank Wullacef Dick Scott, Jerry Gleason, Bob Rechnagle, Jock Mathis, Coach Bill Gott. COP track men completed a successful season this spring with a small but versatile squad, as they met the Olympic Club, Davis, Mather AFB, Nevada University, San Francisco State, and Santa Clara Youth Center in dual meets. Pacific's most decisive victory was probably the 90-41 shel- lacking dealt to Mather AFB as the Tigers took firsts in l2 of the 15 events. With most of the Bengals participating in from two to four events, as well as other sports, COP could boast of an all-around team. 1 3, S' wr. - WE . If Vn n . . V1 i!!5"' f. "' xg: N mga EM 1.353 Q Y - - v A ,QL- .v.- --5..l.Q- . X, .f ,.. w -m ...A-I J -ug f.. ,I rn ., ,- , v-,ww -1 Agni' 51... 1' ,. 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A ff?'1"1" 'T,, SE" l'A" ' 5353 " ' -2 --Tl . . if 1 ww- . 'uf-'ff '-'Fa -f': ,,,...i3' ,Ma ,. .Q Q-,-fg, A . , , ,- s., x ,m,.4, , . . -q,..,--., ,,,- 4 , -Ii., V V - .11 ,K '1 'f .a- nm :-g.""--A-. V1 V. , , " -- kv ' 2 ' - 'f 4 -..E-gr.1'. 11' E' f L.5:uay:'.-Y , LT' Y, . , 'gui ,Y V. .,,4..,.qe- 4- f.I,p---3-'-39,1 K ..-:rf 1 - L -f , Y j fig-. ',?f.v-.- X-f.:.'f2. ..... cf.-Wim? '-...-iff?-.:.fL,?w:-2-f,-m.f'...w..-'--uf..1-W:' w fm.-15 5.4?f.,'2',m 1"i'fA- -A ' RJ. ' "MWA-:2.1'Q 7'-'x z ,.f-:IEW A-,sf .5 955 . nv' x 1 iff . - .. ..J,w,fm-.Q E J... ,. , -. N.: ,I -,H FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Ted Lake, Larry Pitman, Dave Dunlap, Ed Hinshaw, Dave Houghton, Walt Culbertson. SECOND ROW: Roger Moreau, Kelly Kjeldsen, Stan Koningsburger, Doug Eberhordt, John Felix, Ted Baker, Coach Antilla. Pacific's water polo squad presented Coach Bill Antilla with a winning season for the twelfth straight year Losing only one home game, to the league win- ning Olympic Club the Tigers compiled a l2-7 record to become the top college team in Northern California Big John Felix led the squad with a season total of 90 goals for the third highest mark in Pacific's history Graduating with Felix are captain Ed Hin- shaw Doug Eberhart, Jules Voerge and Walt Cul- bertson Highlights of the season were two victories over Cal lfor the first time in historyl and a tremendous half court shot by Ed Hinshaw in a sudden death third overtime against San Jose State. Coach Bill Antilla and Captain Ed Hinshaw .. w 'I 'lg J? 6 Q, 0 AK , pix u J .41 'I' .- '.. F G nl J ni a E K , ' 1 i 2 . ' 4 V xi, -2, 'I, , . I ..- -- L I2 ' 3 V . 5 L, --L i rl' ' ' AJIVQ' -, - an A il ll if 'Sf I!-I ' V ,V-ik H .1-r I 1' .J J Y -,,.f-- i M.-1' ' Y' , ...1TffWffa"'fH"1'gf' E j A f H- l'1' Jw-fu W -.4-94, nf T .if FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Tom Robinson, John Felix, Connor Sutton, Bruce Brown Kirk Bowman SECOND ROW: Coach Chris Kieldsen, Jim Millar, Dove Houghton, Gary Brinck, Ed Hinshaw Ted Baker Kelly Kjeldsen. Coach Chris Kjeldsen again had a very active team as his Pacific Mermen had a very rewarding season. Close and exciting victories plus many out- standing individual performances were highlights of the Spring swimming season. Especially deserving of comment are Tom Robinson, Ed Hinshaw and Ted Baker who took home many first places in various events. 1-,kv lr: Y: -. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Ron Loveridge, Tom Murovich, Dave Dunlop, Dick Walsh, Bill Holskin. SECOND ROW: Mel Moretti, Jock Bursch, Bill Powell, Ron Helgesson, Greg Merciades, Don McDonald. i . I 'uf i Tennis Pacific's net squad finished a successful season this spring, and by graduating only one player, the Tigers hope for an even better team next year. Don Landeck, number three man for the team, will be grad- uating this June, but several good freshman prospects will be ready to step in, Dick Walsh and Ron Loveridge as seniors next year will provide the mainstay of the team, while Greg Merciades and Bill Powell starred as freshmen this year, and are expected to help the squad out a lot in the future. Playing WCAC opponents and other Bay Area and Valley teams, Coach Mel Moretti's Tigers considered this to be a successful season, not only in the won-lost column, but in building for the future. At the beginning of the 1959 golf season, the fu- ture looked bright for Pa- cific's golf squad with l5 hopefuls turning out, in- cluding five lettermen. However, due to various reasons, the original strong squad diminished to seven men, only two of whom had lettered before. As a result, the Tigers fared poorly this spring. Led by captain Bruce MacLean, and coached by Van Sweet, the Bengals faced such formidable op- position as Cal, Stanford, and SF State, in addition to WCAC schools, The season was climaxed by the WCAC all college tournament, and the Northern California Inter- collegiate Championships at Santa Cruz. Left to Rght Bob Doyle B uce MacLea B uce Reeves Wayne Smith Eme y Mo is Ha old Rahmlow Ed Kotul Van Sweet couch Ransome vs. Suqueriro Tug Team Wrestling Match Sartwell vs. Hem pworth SUE BROCK Boxing Show Queen Climaxing the spring sports season, the Block P sponsored the annual Boxing Show. This all-campus, fund-raising event featured members of the Block P competing in four boxing competitions. The kiddie bouts gave the show a change of pace and also gave a prevue of the Boxing Show in 1970. A judo exhibition and a tag team wrestling match rounded out an entertaining evening. Sue Brock was crowned Boxing Show Queen. Boxing Sho MAJOR LEAGU E BASKETBALL Intranationalists COAST LEAGUE BASKETBALL Alpha Kappa Phi Eclitor's Message Now that the i959 Naranjado is out of the printers and into your hands, the staff can sit back and try to recover from a VERY hectic year. lt is the purpose of an annual to record the happenings of each year so that in the years ahead we may look back through these books and recall the life we lived here at Pacific. That has been the task of the Naranjado staff this year and it is my hope that when you have looked at this book it will have fulfilled its purpose for you. There are a few changes in the book this year such as the addition of such fea- tures as "Pacific Portals." l hope this section becomes a permanent part of the year- book, as l feel it captures the real spirit of Pacific, Grateful thanks to all those people whose loyalty and hard work made the year- book possible. Beady Butterbaugh, assistant editor and art editor is about the most reliable person l have ever known. Without her this book could never have been pro- duced. Bob Roth, business manager, efficiently handled the entire business end of the book and patiently listened to me complain. Ruth Simonson, copy editor, Carol Jacob- son, living group editor, and Barbara Nearon, organizations editog all burnt the mid- night oil with me in an effort to finish the book. Bob Sweet, photographer, is the "apple of any editor's eye" as he produced consistently excellent work and many times put the Naranjado above his own personal activities. Many thanks go to the other members of the staff and Mr. Washburn, our advisor. Plaudits also go to lvan Burkhart who shot our student portraits and many other fine pictures for the book, Paul Brazelton of Brazelton 6' Hanscom Printing Company, and the S. K. Smith Cover Company, Much appreciation also is to be given to Mr. Art Farey of the Public Relations Office who many times came up with that valuable pic- ture or information. So another year of Pacific is over and another annual is finished. l sincerely hope you like this i959 Naranjado and that it will bring back pleasant memories in the years to come. FRANCES EMERY Editor, i959 Naranjado Index Academic Vice-President . 72 Administrative Heads . . . . 77 Ads ...... . 228 to 248 Alpha Epsilon Rho . . . 95 Alpha Kappa Lambda . . 184, 185 Alpha Kappa Phi . . 186, 187 Alpha Theta Tau . . 172, 173 Anderson Y . 86, 87 Art ........ 126, 127 Associated Women Students 84, 85 Band Frolic ..... 52-57 Baseball .... . 214,215 Basketball .... 209, 21 O Varsity Basketball . . . 21 1 Freshman Basketball . . 212 Basketball Coaches . . 210 Belles ot Archania . . 188 Bible ..... . 128 Big-Little Sister Party . . 39 Block P ..,.. . 103 Blue Key . . . . 89 Board of Trustees . . . 75 Boxing ...... . 224 Business Administration . . 129 California History . . . 102 Chancellor ot the College . , 73 Christmas Pageant . . 48, 49 Christmas Tea . . . 50 Conservatory . . . 100 A Capella Choir . . 121 Band .... . 120 Messiah . . . 51 Mu Phi Alpha . . . 100 Music Therapy. . Orchestra . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . School of Music . . . Council ot Religious Activity 100 120 100 118,119 California State Teachers Association Dean ot Men ..... Dean of Women . Dedication. . . Delta Upsilon . . Delta Upsilon Girl . DeMolay . . . Drama . . Economics . . . Editor's Message . . . Education ..... Engineering Department . English Department . . Epsilon Lambda Sigma . Foreign Students . . Football .... Coaches . Freshmen . Varsity . . . California . Arizona . . . Brigham Young. . Cincinatti . San Jose . . Washington . . Boston College . Marquette . . Fresno . . San Diego . 92 98 74 74 10,11 1 90, 226, 1 74, 191 189 142 142 130 227 115 117 131 175 97 198 1 99 208 199 200 20 1 202 203 204 205 206 206 207 207 Index Freshman Orientation . 37 Freshman Class Officers . . llO Golf ....... . 223 Hawaiian Club . 97 Homecoming . . 4O Candidates . . 44 Queen . . 45 Rally ...... . . 4l Parade ..... . . 42, 43 Inter-Fraternity Council . . l8l Intramural Sports . . . . 225 Junior Class Officers . . l l l Knolens .... . . 89 Manor Hall . . l56, l57 Mardi Gras. . . 6O - 64 Candidates . . . . 62 Queen . . . 63 Mathematics . '. . l 35 Naranjado .... . lO4, lO5 North Hall. . .' ..... l6O, l6l Off Campus Students .... l66, l67 Outstanding Man lJoe Collegel . . 67 Orchesis ......... lO2 Outstanding Woman ll3etty Co-edl . 66 Pacific Theater .... l43, l44, l45 Pan Hellanic Council ..... l69 Pacific Weekly . . . lO6, lO7 Pharmacy . . . . l22 Phi Delta Chi . . . l92, l93 Phi Kappa Delta . . . . . 95 Philosophy ..... . 99, l37 Pacific Student Teachers . . 99 Pledging Fraternity . . l82, l83 Sorority . . . l7O, l7l President Burns . . President's Reception . P.S.A. Officers . P.S.A, President . Psychology. . . Radio .... Rally Commissioner . Rallies ..... Religious Activities . . Rho Lambda Phi . . Science .... Seniors .... Senior Awards. . . Senior Class Officers . Sociology ..... Sophomore Doll Dance . Sophomore Class Officers South Hall ..... Spurs . . Swimming . . Tau Alpha Phi. . Tau Kappa Kappa . Tennis .... Track , Tri Beta . . Water Polo . West Hall . . Who's Who . Winter Formal . . . Women's Residence Hall Women's Recreation Association . . 70 . 38 . 81 . 80 . 96 . 96 . . 109 .lO8, 109 90,91,93 A .l94, 195 94,138, 139 . 16-30 . 14,65 . 111 . 140 . 58 . . 110 .162 163 . . 88 .220,221 . . 95 .l76, 177 . . 222 .216 217 . . 98 .218 219 .164 165 . . I5 . . 50 148-155 59,103 World University Service. . . 46,47 Young Republicans . . lO2 Zeta Phi - .... . l78, l79 Student Directory Abeshima, Leonard Yoichi Adams, R. Bruce Adama, Leda Dean 171 Addie, Harvey Woodward Agdeppa, Lorenzo C. Agee, Susan Aflague, Tony Perez 188 Aghazarian, Aris lErtemerl Aghazarian, Nurhan lErtemerl Aiken, Benjamin R. lll 162 Akers, Elizabeth Ann 84, 94, 172 Allan, Patricia Lilja ' Alfeim, Vernon Charles 188 Alewel, Janet Marie Albro, John Glenn Alberti, Delbert Joseph 194 Alexander, James 166, 88, 89 Alstrom, Charles Edward Allsman, Walter Raymond Jr. 162 Allen, Margaret Louise 178 Altman, James David 162 Amos, Carolyn Ruth Amick, Patricia Ann 150 Ames, Rosemary Eloise 88, 184 Alverson, Nancy Ruthe Anaclerio, Sally Joan 172 Ancillotti, Audrey Vaille Anderson, Aleen Dawn Anderson, Carole Jean 44 Anderson, Nancy Lou Anderson, Neita Sue Andrews, Adrienne Andrews, Pat Ruth Angelo, Laurence LeRoy 95 Angello, Anthony Francis Angiulo, Nicholas Angelo 14, 20, 89 Anichkou, Marina Anti, Rosalind Carol Aneua, Javier Perez Archer, Gary Norton 162 Armbruster, Diana Louise Arnel, Elizabeth Ann Aulman, Sandra Lee Asami, Kanji Richard 192 Arveson, Karen Marie Arthavedroravudhi, Wanchai 162 Arnesen, Norman Howard Armstrong, Nancy Ann 174 Austin, Elise Margaret 85 Austin, Marilyn Marie 178 Austin, Nancy Belle Autrey, Carl Scott 166 Avery, Jean Evona 178 Avila, Edward Avila, Henry Babb, Mary Beth 14, 65, 169, 172 Badorek, William Michael 188 Baglin, Elizabeth Bailey, William Henry Bakan Lloyd H Baker, Beverly Rudene Baker, Clarence "Chuck" Clyde 166 Baker, Ted Eugene Baldock, Earl Lyno Ball, Martha Jane Balsey, James Lee Bancroft, Mike R. Bandoy, Tarcila Dagompat Banerjee, Amal C. Barattino, Irene Frances 101, 166 Barber, Howard Bradbury Bardin, Sue Ann 44, 88, 174 Barker, Stella 174 Barklow, Judy 85, 176, 189 Barnes, Fred Ronald 181, 186 Barnett, Harol Milton 89, 166 Barron, Janet 83, 172 Bartels, Madeliene Elle Barton, Bertha Frances Bowman 101 , 166 Bashor, Rochelle Claire 101, 166 Bass, Richard Lee 205, 214, 215 Bassett, Byron Eugene Bateman, Ruth Mary 172 Bateson, S. Richard 14, 181, 194 Bauer, Robert J. 166 Bayha, Barbara Anne 176 Beane, James Leland 184 Beaver, Wallace Richar Beckie, Donald Wayne Beckler, Stanworth 88 Bellamy, James Robert Beroldo, Florence Eleanor Berlinger, Art A. 160 Bergen, Sam L. Berbano, Marrino Berbano, Lofa Mie Bentley, F. Clayton Jr. 101 Bennett, Grant Ledrew Bennett, Dorothy Collene Benner, Carol Bender, Joan Cecile 172 Beltramo, Anthony Fred Belrose, Patricia Hess Bellini, Mike Joseph 194 Berry, Diane Adele Bertholf, Ronald Gray Beson, Patricia E. Besson, Susan Margaret 150 Bestor, Suzanne Elizabeth Betti, Emil Bob Beyer, John Carl 82 Biagini, Jerry Alberto 192 Bickell, Joyce Juanita Bigornia, Erlinda June Billings, Carol Winifred 101, 150 Bitcon, John Cameron 194 Black, Brenda Kay 172 Blakley, David Jens 186 Black, David Victor C. Jr. Black, Grace Opal 166 Blackham, Elsie Carol 169, 176 Blackwell, William L. 166 Blake, C. Nathan Blakley, Betty Sue 176 Blakeley, Phra A. 186 Blanchard, Anne 102, 172 Blas, Mervyn Robert 98, 192 Blevins, Linda D. 174 Blum, Elaine Dorothy 178 Bodley, H. Walton 186 Bodley, Margaret Anne 174 Boevers, Margaret Alice Boileau, Jean Dorothea Boisen, Marty A. Bolling, Robert Bruce 188 Boloyan, Judy Kathryn Bond, Allan George 166 Boorman, Bonnie Belle Booth, Robert Alan Borromeo, Carolina Mendiola Borromeo, Mario F. U. Bossert, Donald R. Bottano, Nadine Annette 150 Botteron, Sandra Yynn Botto, Joanne Bowen, Robin Ross Bowman, Donald Kirkwood Boynton, Sally Katherine 166 Bozich, Penelope Ann 170 Bradford, Robert Franklin Bradshaw, Richard Earl Brady, Alice Louise Branstool, Lee Charles 20 Brawley, Sharon Lee Brayton, Jo Ella Breidenstein, Lois Helene Brennan, Richard Charles Bridegwater, Patricia Louise 99 Brignall, Gaylord William 20 Brinck, Gary Hamilton 162 Brindle, Janet Briner, John Gaylord 102, 186 Bringelson, Loris Ann 95 Brink, Louise Elizabeth 174 Briscoe, Charlene Jo Brock, Susan Virginia 224 Brookhart, Sharon Lorraine 166 Brooks, Wally Clifton Brown, Barbara Browne, Beverly Bates 102 Brown, J. Dyan 169, 172 Browne, Florence R. 170, 176 Browne, Richard Cecil 166 Brown, Sue-Ellen 101 Brown, Susan Marjorie 99 Browne, Bruce Sparrow Browning, Brenda Lou 20 Browning, Martha Elizabeth Brusa, Seldon Cowan 20, 166 Brutsche, Howard Jerome Bryan, Velda Lanora Bryant, Larkin Eugene Bryce, Carol Ann Buckner, Allen Leroy Burford, Lynne Diane Burgin, Mary Katherine 101 Burk, Marles Ann 101 Burke, Marilyn Jeane 170 Burkes, Richard Allen 82, 181, 188 Burks, Susan Lucile Burns, Burns, Burns, Patricia May 170, 176 Rinchard Cecil 95 Stanley C. Burr, Mary Helen Bursch, Jack Roger Busher, Dorothy Anne 82, 174 Bussey, Louis Ray 166 Butteflgaugh, Barbara 102, 104, 172 2 Byrne, Bernick Tippett Cabeliza, Romana C. 17, 166 Cake, Margaret Ann 14, 17, 89 Calderon, Joseph 166 Cameron, Albert Jr. Cameron, David Emery Caminata, James F. 17, 88, 166 Camozzi, Carolyn Duans 101, 150 Campbell, Dennis Campbell, Gene 202 Campbell, John Douglas 20 Candini, Karen Rae 17, 166 Cardiff, Linda Mae Cardinale, Sam Joseph Cardoza, Clifford Anthony Carlson, Clare Leold Carlson, Donalee 166 Carpenter, A. Kurtz 17, 186 Carr, Betsy Craig 17, 174 Carroll, John Charles 17, 192 Carter, Jerry Alan 194 Carver, Gary Barnett Casas, Frank Joseph Case, Allen Russell 186 Castagno, Primo Cavanagh, Catherine Claire Caylor, Pattie Janet 17, 101, 150 Center, Charles David Chan, Barbara 101 Chappell, Carol Dean 14, 17, 89 Chapton, Jo Ann 101 Charmak, Betcy Chatfield, Chuck Carl Cheney, Jesse Walton 82, 184 Cheney, Margaret Louise 17, 101, 176 Chesney, Harold V. Chew Sidney Chiapelone, Charlotte Mae Student Directory Ching, Robert Y. Ching, Roberta K. H. 17 Chiu, Shin-Chung Choie, Jimmie Chong, Gerald Hing-Wing 82, 162 Chisteiggn, Edward Alfred 14, 89, 1 Christenson, Marilyn Christensen, Charlotte Mae Christophersen, Walt Chris 194 Church, Diane Alice Cia, Ronald Silvio Clack, Philip David Clampitt, Ohma Rosemarie 95, 176 Curtis, Charles William Curtis, Robert Wallace Culbertson, Walt R. 18 Cunningham, Linda 174 Curnow, Marilyn Rae 18, 172 Dalton, Gail 15, 20 D'Amico, Paul Anthony Danis, Irving C. Daraskavich, Sharon Beatrice Daviton, Gail 89 Daulton, Shirley Lee 84, 174 Clark Clark Barbara Mae 174, 150 Barbara Joan 17, 169 Clark Gail Patricia Clark Larry Alden 17, 166 Clark Martha G. Clark Mary K. Clark, Sandra Jean 82, 178 Clarke, Oliver G. 166 Clay, Elizabeth Claydon, James Tarelton Clem, Wayne Harold Clement, Ronald Douglas Clemings, William John 17, 188 Clift, George Raymond 18, 181, 194 Cliff, Roberta Marion Cloud, Thomas Charles 166 Clowes, Susan June 166 Cockburn, Donald Murray 194 Coffey, Patricia Louise Cohen, Stephen Watkins 162 Coker, Jackie Gennoi 18, 88 Davis, Carolyn Jean Davis, Claire Constance Davis, Edward Elza, Jr. Davis, George R. Davis, Rosalind Marlene 94, 166 Davis, Steve Pierre Dean, James Grable Dean, Kenton Arthur 166, 214, 215 Deangeles, Jan Laura 102 Dearing, Loqis Howard 184 Deeter, Joy Rose Mare DeLaHunt, Marie 178 DeLuc Denev chi, Joseph Jone 166 i, Donald D. 20 Denson, Valma Joan Denton, Robert George 204 Deranieri, Dino Reginald Derby, Pamela Armine 172 Deston, Dina Harwood Devol, Dietsc Margaret Marie 101, 166 hy, Constance Ellen Dinkelman, Carol Ann Desatoff, Tanya Ann Collins, Alissandra 176 Collins, Norman Leroy 18, 184 Colton, Jon B. 18, 186 Combs, Alan Brooks Conlon, Joann 20 Conner, William Hiram Connolly, Corrinne M. 84, 174 Cooley, James P. Coolures, Margo P, 166, 170 Coombes, Patti Ann 18 Copp, Sally M. Corbett, Robert James 18 Corcoran, Margaret Ann Corder, Donald Ray Cordes, Janet Marg 178 Cornell, Patricia Jean 178 Coronado, Robert Harvey 214, 215 Corson, Norma 18 Corson, Henry R. 18, 181, 184 Cortes, Salvador 18, 184 Costland, Thomas Jerome 18, 89, 192 Cortsen, Eleanor Hope Coryell, Florence Julann 18 Coveny, Burke Edward Cox, Arlene Eleanor Cox, Ora Lavinia 20 Cox, Richard Eugene Coy, William B. 18, I94 Cramer, Frances Haniia Crandall, Shirley Joan 174 Crane, Robert Thompson 194 Crowell, Catherine 166 Crawford, Ross Freeman 166 Crawford, Stanley Eugene 186 Crawford, Valerie Jean Crosby, Michael Crosier, Zita May Crosina, Morio Crossland, William Armand Crumb, Ezane Elsie 20 Crummey, Fred Crutcher, Karen Elizabeth 94 Culbert, Michael Joseph Currie, La Vonna Lynn Currier, Gay Crandall Desilva, Charles Raymond 184 Deuble, Bill Gerald 186 Devan, Richard James Dewey, Frances Wheeler 172 Dietrich, Samuel Smith Dodge, Carolyn Taylor Dohrman, Mary Isabelle 166, 172 Davis, Irving 162 Doll, Priscilla L. 19 Doo, Quong Dolph, John Floyd Donald, Sandra Kaye Donning, John Lawrence Doran, Stephanie Anne Dornan, Norlee Jean Dougall, Jean Anne Douglass, Thurman Owen Dow, Deborah Ann Dowd, James Laurence Downs, Karleen Haye Downum, Robert R. 188 Doxtater, Charles Kenneth Doyle, Bob H. 188 Dozier, Maryrose Drury, Robin Lou 176 Drysdale, Mary Ann Dubnick, Arnold Jay Duncan, Marian Margaret 178 Dunlacy, Karen, Ruth Dunlop, David Karl 194 Durfee, James Henry Dutra, David Gordon Dykstra, Linda Louise Eales, Yvonne Jacqueline 94 Earley, Kathleen Easterbrook, Frances Lynn 174 Easterbrook, John Richard 19, 186 Easterbrook, Martha Elaine Easterling, Joyce Kay Eastman, Lynn DeVere 19 Eberhfzggt, Douglass MacKenzie 19, Eccleston, Leslie C. Eckenson, John Harold 166 Edwards, Joan Roberta Eggen, Rosemary DeLane Elbie, Wayne D. Elder, Ronnie L. 162 Elin, Rhoderick Jack Elkins, Jafes A. 186 Ellis, Patricia Ann Ellison, William James Emery, Frances 14, 19, 104, 172 Engdahl, Lynn Harold 95 England, Joyce Andrea Enfiled, Darlene 170 Ennan, Kurt 95 Ensminger, Lorin W. Eproson, Joan Marlene Erickson, Carla Jean Ernst, Amelia M. 19, 101 Escovedo, Victor Emanuel 160 Estrin, Elbion B. Eubank, Carla Lee Evans, Melva Lillian 174 Evans, Miriam 101 Evers, Milissa Ann Ezell, Wayland Lee Fadely, Anthony Ben 19, 166 Fairhead, Martha Jean Falk, Ricks Lane 19, 166 Farber, Donna Carolyn 19, 162 Farley, Billy Edwin 19, 162 Farley, Robert Eugene Farley, W. Edwin 21, 166 Farr, Linda Mary Farris, Tom Darrel 160 Farnom, Allen Gould 14, 19, 181, 188 Fasel, George Wm. 14, 19, 89, 186 Fassero, Lee Ann Fedigan, Denise Josephine 95, 170 Fee, Kristina Blackley 176 Felix, Dave Lee 19, 188 Felix, John 14 Fenolio, David Michael Ferguan, Edna Laureen 88 Ferrin, Bonnie Mae Fetherland, Jerry Lee 21 Fick, Harold Allan Kikry, Mona 19, 178 Filice, Frank Ralph 19, 160 Fink, Carl James 192 Fink, Joland Colleen 19, 174 Finos, Melvin E. 192 Fisher, Dianne Fisher, John Randolph 162 Flores, Tom 20, 194 Fong, George 21 Fong, Leo N. Fong, Patricia G. 94 Fong, Terrence Lee Forbes, Ronald Aldo Forbes, Zelma June Fornell, Bruce Harold Forrest, Diana Forst, Joan Cecile 20, 89 Fountain, Floyd Raxford 95 Fournier, Carolyn Fowler, Connie Fowler, Wm. Lee 188 Frances, Elaine Diane Francis, Joyce Elaine' Francis, Marlene Edna Franco, Rita Emilia 101 Fredericksen, Walter Dyhr 20, 166 Freeman, Harry 162 Freeman, Sue Lynn 166 Fregger, Bradley Morton French, John Warren 162 Freund, Melvin DeWayne Freyschlag, Virginia Belle Fridell, Barbara Anne 85, 172 Friedrich, Martha Frimkess, Karen Selma Fritsche, Mary Catherine Frost, Norma Fuertes, Pacifico iPatl 21 Gabbert, Lloyd Dea 20, 166 Gadaire, Johanne Camille 20, 176 Gaetano, Ralph Rudolph 21 Galba, Carolyn Estelle 101, 102 Gale, Philip Spencer 162 Galenla, Ramon Valenzuela 166 Galland, Robert Pearce Galvez, llka Mareila Gannon, Mary Jane Garbolino, Elaine Marie 95, 172 Garcia, John Gardner, Duane 178 Gardner, James Richard Gereb, Alfred Neil Gasser, Gary Lee Gaston, Janet Elois 172 Geason, Gerald Oren Geiman, Rodney Thomas 15, 20, 181, 194 Geist, Marilyn Alice George, Carol Ann 101, 174 Gerhardt, Grethen Marion 170 Getachell, Linda Lois 174 Gherra, Lynne Ghio, Robert William Ghiorso, Carol Jeanne Giambruno, Richard A. 166 Gisnetti, Harold John Giannini, Bernadine Claire Giardina, Robert James Gibb, Douglass Glenn 162 Gibbs, Judy Louise 178 Gibson, Dolores Jean 21 Gibson, Robert Howard 98, 192 Giggy, Carole Ann Giggy, Frederick David Gilbert, Rick Seymour 82, 188 Gilderman, Robert Arnold 21, 192 Giovannoni, Gary Gillespie, Allen M. Gledhill, Bruce W. 20, 188 Glenn, Sharon Arlene Glotz, Marlene Dana Goldeen, Judy Lee Gold, Carole Barbara Goldstein, Donald Golenor, Joe Gong, Hayman Good, Louise Cecilia 166 Goodwin, Phyllis A. Gooseff, Tania Gordon, Mary Barrow Gordon, Virginia 176 Goto, Marc Makoto 184 Goux, Claraiane 166 Goux, Robert William 98, 166 Graesen, Catherin Grainger, Vance Leroy 20, 166 Grant, Glenda Carolyn Grasham, Ross Howard Jr. Graves, Janece 20, 174 Gray, Janet Lovina 150, 170 Graziani, Rudy 20, 188 Green, Richard Lee 162 Green, Silas William Greene, Charles Statson Greenwood, Richard Greer, Don 166 Gregory, Gwen Louise Griffin, Marlo Marier 170, 177 Griss, Jack Leonard 162 Gritts, Joy Clifford 214, 215 Gritz, Jerry David 21, 88 Gross, Susan Kay Grothe, Mary Alice 178 Guadagnolo, Bill Louis Jr. 184 Student Directory Guerrero, Mary Ann Gunter, Catherine Mae Gurich, Theodore 188 Haddan, Carole Helenl23, 177 Hale, Susan Frances 20, 166 Hale, Bill 20, 184 Hall, Philip Lynn 160, 89 Hamely, Arlene Louise 178 Hamilton, Shirley Ann 21 Hammad, Fahd N. Hanby, Elizabeth Lorraine Hanshue, Judy Hanson, James Christian Hanson, Margaret 21 Hanson, Melvin Charles Hanson, Neil Morgan Harder, Judith Margaret 174 Harmon, C. Michael 166 Harms, Karen Harper, Susie 101, 174 Harra, Kathleen Harris, Alice Harris, Forrest Clinton Harris, Julie Kay Harrison, Barbara Anne 150 Harrison, Richard G. 188 Hart, Bebe P. Hartman, Barbara Harvey, Julia Ann 150 Hatcher, Gail Havens, Rodney Everett Hawkins, Wayne Allen 194, 203 Haworth, Richard Royal Haws, Richard Harper Haynie, Carol Louise Hays, M. Richard 24, 160 Hays, Ona Mae Headen, Mary Susan Heakin, Florence Ewart 170 Hector, Willie 203 Heil, Theo. Richard Hekmat, Guity Helbert, David P. 194 Helgesson, Ronald Errol Helzer, Richard George Hemphill, Zoe Ann E. 178 Hemsworth, Charlotte Adele 94 Henderson, Carolyn E. 21, 101, 177 Henderson, Geraldine Virginia 173 Henderson, Judith Jean Henning, Barbara Alice 102, 173 Henry, Kay Elizabeth 102 Hepworth, Kirk Noble Herb, Susan J. 174 Herrin, Norma Jean 101, 174 Hester, James M. Hicker, Gail Sandra Hicks, Robert B. Jr. 24, 202 Hill, A. Alan 102, 186 Hill, Bruce John Hill, Katherine Viner Hill, Monte James 162 Hill, Wesley Paul Hinckley, Judith Anne Hinman, Gary Leon Hinshaw, Edward 24, 189 Hirschler, Robert D. Ho, John Shall Hockman, Ann Hodal, Loretta 21, 177 Hoek, Thomas Hoelsken, William Charles 194 Hoff, Leslie Jean Hoffman, Carroll Lynn 150 Hogan, Michael Brian 162 Holappa, Marilyn 166 Holtz, Marianne Hombs, James Wesley Honeychurch, Dennis John Hondel, Neil William 21, 192 Hoogendyk, John Jeffry 162 Hopkin, Jean J. B. 170, 177 Horasanian, Michael Horel, Stephaine Andre- Horita, Gladys Junko Hospodar, Zoltan Houghton, David Ralph 188 Houghton, Lois Jean 150 Hoye, Richard Ivan 21, 89 Hubb, Gary W. 189, 202, 215 Hubbard, Larry James 21, 192 Huckaby, Alan L. 162 Hudelson, Judy F. 173 Hudson, Donna Marie 169, 174 Huffman, Linda Ann 94 Hugh, Robert Clark Jr. Hughes, Jerry Lynn 162 Hunter, Wayne Michael 162 Hurd, Albert LeRoy Hutchings, David Allan 21, 166 Hutchinson, Linda Gene Hyde, James Rundles 162 Hyland, Millard John liada, Betsy Hideko 21, 178 lmrie, Betty Jean 173 lngraham, Pamela Jo lnosanto, Daniel Arca lseri, Roy E. lseth, Ron 101, 166 lsetti, Ronald Gene 21 Ishida, Sachiko 21, 88 lvers, Ginger 95, 98 Jackson, Joann M. 173 Jackson, Robert LeRoy Jacobs, Delmar Rogers Jacobsen, Carl A. Jacobsen, Carol Ann 21, 104 James, Robert Edward Jampol, Kathy Jantzen, J. Marc Jenkins, Carol Ann 21, 177 Jenkins,, Marsha Jensen, Jerry lvan Jensvold, Hildi Jeung, Kang Jerner, Jerry Frederich Jernigan, Marilyn 173 Johansen, Donald E. 21, 160 Johanson, Sonja Ann 173 Johnson, Alan 184 Johnson, Carolyn Jean 166 Johnson, Clifford Henry 166 Johnson, Karen Joy 177 Johnson, Gwen A. E. 173 Johnston, Janet Joan Jones, Carole Avis 21, 177 Jones, Carolyn Gail 174 Jones, Charlotte Beatrice 22, Jones, Mary Joanne 23, 101 , Jones Maurice 24 Jones, Napoleon Jordan, lLavonal Colene 101, 166 Joy, Peggy 108 Joy, Margaret L. Jurach, Anthony Michael Juvinall, Andrew 189 Kallin, Anna Lou 22, 174 Kaeslin, Marie Louise Kalamaras, Peter A. Kamigaki, Masanobu Kammerer, Carlton Cordell 201 Kapohakimohewa, Julia Kardashian, Barbara Helen 170 Karger, Frank S. Jr. Karsten, Harry E. Kassardjian, Leon Kaufman, Gary Jay 160 Kaufman, Paul N. 160 Kautman, Sharon Lee Kawada, Allan Kawasaki, Knoshi Kay, James Murray 160 Keffury, Gary John Keith, Theodore M. 24 Keller, Douglas Donald 187 Kelley, Brent P. Kelley, Harold Lloyd 22, 187 Kelly, Don Gordon Kelly, Frances Joyce Kelly, Linda Lee Kelly, Patti Lee Kemble, Lynn D. Kemp, Byron Ralph Keniston, Jean Elizabeth Kennedy, Bruce Balch 102,187 Kenney, Sharon Ann 173 Kennon, Geraldine 24 Kent, John Julian 24 Kent, Nina Lea Kepford, Phillip Edward 189 Kigunda, John Githi Kilgore, Barbara Helen 170, 177 Kimball, Beth 22, 167 Kindsvater, Jane Hester King, Carol Jane 22 King, David Allyn 167 King, George Martin Kigston, Nellie Aileen Kipp, Margaret Louise Kipp, Ronald Tompkins Kirk, Martha Ann 85 Kirker, Jean Kirkpatrick, Betty Ann Kishi, Thais Kiyoka 84 Kitay, Jerry C. 184 Kite, Milton Glanville 167 Kjeldsen, C. Kelvin 189 Kiedsen, Kenneth Klenischidt, Bernard James 189 Klurman, Dave 24, 162 Knight, Jo Ann Esther Knight, Sally lrene Knocke, Sandra Ellen Knutson, Jeanne Knutson, Wintred Ellen 22 Koelkbeck, Ruby Ellen Kollenborn, Marjorie May Koenigsberger, Stanley Marc 194 Kotal, Eddie Lovis Koth, Bob 181 Kramer, Ann Marie Krampe, Don 22 Kreck, Christine M. Krueger, Jean Eleanor 22, 174 Kurtz, Judy Nannette Kurtz, Sandra Lynn 150 Laddish, Robert Francis Jr. 187 Laird, James P. Lake, Theodore Prentice Jr. Lake, Virginia Frances Lambert, Arlene Helen 22, 173 Lammers, Gertrude Janet 173 Lamonica, Frances Elizabethe 101 Landeck, Donald Albert 24, 204 Lander, Charles Rex.189, 204 Landis, Janet F. Lane, Carolyn Ardelle Lantz, James Walton 22, 167 Lapedia, Rudy Cohen Larkey, Suzanne Elizabeth Larscheid, Jack 25, 205 Larson, Beverly Marleen Latimer, Donald Robert 22, 167 Lau, George G. D. Lautfenburger, James Edward Lauer, Richard C. 22, 181, 194 Laveroni, Edward Joseph 82, 187 Law, Leroy Mancel 167 tudent Directory Lawrence, Robert Don Lawseth, Ellen Jane 94 Leach, David 192 Leas, Bernie F. 162 Lee, Joan McKenzie Lee, Mary Beth Lee, Young W. Leech, Judith Diane LeFevre, Lawrence Hugh Lehner, Dorene June Leidy, C. Chad 24 Lemos, Judith Ann 22, 178 Lemos, Sally Ann 44, 88, 178 Leonard, Brent Louis Leonard, Lionel Russell Leong, Loretta Bow Jun 22, 167, 101 Lesserer, Suzanne Carol Lerner, Gary Edward Levett, Dennis A. 194 Lewis, Chet Culling Lewis, Richard 24 Lewis, Stephen Thomas 160 Leiske, Evelyn Jean 24 Lile, Robert Charles 162 Lillie, Linda Lee Lillie, Patricia Jayne Libunas, Corajon 24 Lind, Marion Carol Lindke, Cynthia Lou 150 Linholm, Linda Karen 170, 177 Linholm, Stanley Harrison Lindquist, Carole Marcie Little, Judith A. Littleton, Gerald Edwin Llanes, Vincenta Quindiagan 25 Locke, Robin 25 Lockheed, Claire Agnes 23 Loewen, Helena M. 150 Logan, Merle Edwin 23, 167 Lombardi, Mary Ruth Long, Benjamin Franklin Long, Robert Lewis Lootbourrow, David Thomas Jr. 160 Lopez, John l. 189 Louie, Albert F. 23, 167 Loureno, Robert 214, 215 Loveridge, Ron Oliver 82, 95, 89 Low, Herbert 192 Lowe, Luther Lowe, Stephen Lowery, Frank Graham 23, 194 Lowes, Donald Asbury 25 Lowes, Gary James 25 Lown, Suzanne Lorraine 170, 177 Lowry, Betty Mae 170 Lowry, Charleen 23, 178 Lum, Katherine 23, 94, 167 Lumley, Aubrey M. lll 162 Lunsford, Sylvia Lutes, David Eugene Lynn, James David McAtee, Marilyn Gail 94, 167 McBee, Teddy Sean McCain, Karen Elizabeth McCaughey, Susan McClusky, Bettie Georgene McCormack, John Paul McCoy, Eugene 167 McCurn, Callie 25 McDonald, Donald Edward McDonnell, Marsha Diane McGray, Leonal25 McGee, Nancy Loraine McGeorge, Mary Catharine McGregor, William John 15, 23, 181, 157 McGuire, Jean Ann 170, 177 McHenry, Patrick Gray McHugh, James Anthony Jr. 25 McKinnon, Linda Micheaux McKinney, Mel 187 McLean, Nan 174 McManus, Roger Sanders McRea, James Edward 189 McRae, Nancy 25 McWilliams, Myrna Ruth 23, 174 Maas, Calvin Wayne 15, 23, 89, 162 MacDonald, Bonnie MacGregor, James Ronald MacHado, Robert Anthony MacLean, Bruce Hector 23, 194 MacMurphy, George William 23, 192 MacPherson, Patricia 101, 174 Madden, Barbara Ann Maddocks, Vida Marie 23, 101 Madsen, Elsa Carole Bonde 170, 177 Madsen, Sharon Lee Magee, Edward William 162 Magno, Loretta Makapagal, Francis Deguzman Malpasuto, Joe 203 Manger, Evelvn Mangin, Al Charles Manhers, Charles Edgar: 167 Marais, William Robert Manlapig, Francisco S. 167 Manning, Gail lPhyllisl 150, 170 Manning, Thomas 22 Manny, Carolyn Jean Manoukian, Noel Edwin 189 Mantelli, Bert 194 Marayama, Masako Marchese, Nyla Marie 95 Marchetti, Romano 23, 189 Marden,Jack Phillip Maroot, Janice Marovich, Thomas 187 Marquis, Gerald Nelson Marshall, Kenneth Leiky Marshall, Lois Ann Marshall, Richard Allen Martin, Arlyss Jean Martin, Carolyn Frances 24, 174 Martin, Robert Bruce Martinez, Caryn lrene Mathes, Ann Marie 170, 177 Mathews, Sue Jo 177 Mathis, Jack Charles 82, 194 Matsumoto, Calvin Jun Mauler, Alberta Lee Mauro, Jannie Louise 170, 177 Maybury, Mila Maries 24 Maxey, Harry Lee 25 Mayer, June 24, 178 Mayer, Robert William 24, 101 Mazaiwana, Edward Stewart 162 Mayfield, Barry Leigh 184 Mazlum, Oskan 24, 162 Mazzuca, Robert George 214, 215 Meeks, Richard Carlton 167 Mehlschay, Belva Nathale 24, 150 Melhouse, Shirley Ana Melville, William John 162 Merciadis, Gregory Charles 162 Merrill, Charles McKinney 24, 189 Metoyer, Roger 24, 194 Metzler, Martha Jean 24, 89, 174 Meyer, Genellen Erwina 94 Meyer, Nila Marie Michelotto, Carlo Paul 192 Michelson, Barbara Gail 173 Miditt, Dian 88, 173 Miles, Billie Otis Millar, James l. 187 Miller, Gayle Evron 150 Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Harold F. 189 Joyce lrene 167 Richard Genjamine Ruth Ellen 95, 178 Mills, George Allen 164 187 Student Director Mills, Ralph Drake Mills, Joann McCisk Miner, Loyal A. Mir, Robert Dutson Misskelley, William R. Mitchell, Mary Margaret Mixon, Dewey 25 Mohme, Bonnie Sem Mohrman, John Christian 189 Moir, Lani Lou Anne Mollgard, Betty Jane 25 Mondon, Patricia Arm 25, 85, 174 Monese, lMary1 Marlene 170 Monson, Marilyn Marie Montano, Michael C. 89, 94, 189 Moore, Mrs. Edith 188 Moore, Joan Moore, Judith Eevelyn Moreau, Roger Keith 25 Moreno, Earl Lee Moresco, Patricia lPatl 167 Mortord, Leah Mae 178 Morgan, David Frederic Morris, Emory Arnold 189 Morris, Jannell Joan 170 Morris, Mary Kim 175 Morrison, Donna Gayle Morrison, Kathy 170 Morrow, Wilma Louise 26 Morton, Sperry 167 Mosman, Patricia Jane 24, 167 Moss, Edward Earl 24, 98, 160 Mossler, Susan R. Motto, Marcella Mounts, Ralph Donald Mow, Arthur 25 Mrasek, Daryl William 162 Munn, Joan Elizabeth 170 Murchison, Ola Lee 201 Muroga, Tatsuya 24 Murayama, Masako 24, 150 Musselman, Anton Myers, Sandra Ann 101, 150 Nanhas, Fuad M. Nakaoka, Shigeru 28 Nachmann, Eva Nauenburg, Daniel Earl Neale, Harry Charles Nordwick, Floyd H, 25, 101 Norris, Charles 194 North, William W. 25, 28, 160 Norton, David Nuddleman, Miles Edward 164 O'Brien, Robert O'Connor, Carol 150 O'Doan, Neal Delwin 25, 167 O'Donnell, Janice 94 O'Hara, Jean Claassen O'Hara, Jon Ohart, Becky Jean 173 Okuna, Elsie Oldham, Margaret Louise 150, 170 Oliver, Oliver, Donald Bruce James Deming Olsen, Karen Elizabeth Olsen, Nancy Elaine Olson, Robert 164 Olson, Sarah Frances 88, 177 Olson, Theodore Bevry Onweiler, Rochell lShellyl 167 Orndoff, George Eenard Orndoff, Ted Orr, Patricia Carol Ortez, Phillip Barry Osborn, Don Ray 25, 95, 187 Nearon, Barbara 24, 104, 173 Nelson, Ann Elizabeth 178 Nelson, Carole Ann 94, 167 Nelson, Ronald Marchus Nelson, Nelson, Sarah Marie William P. 164 Nerseth, Luster Gail Neuman, Beth Marie Neuman, Raymond Vance 162 Newton, Judith May 174 Newton, Nancy E. 24, 178 Nicholis, John Barron Nichols, Robert Richard, 25, 181, 189 Nichols, Gaylene 84, 174 Nickel, Ronald D. 189 Nicklin, Peter Bernard 162 Nichol, Wendy Lee Nicolaus, Edward August lll Nielebeck, Robert Herman 194 Nielsen, Sharon Beverly Nissen, George Clifford 162 Nietmann, William Frederick 28 Niles, Ellie Lenore Niles, Kenneth Eugene 187 Nilsson, Nilsine 88, 178 Nissen, Florence Jeanne Nixon, James Alexander 184 Nolta, James Harrison Nordling, Patricia Ann Nordvik, Carolyn Gail 88, 150, 170 Osgood, William Harvey 102, 187 Ottoson, Roy Henry 25, 164 Overstreet, Carl Lee Owen, John Alfred Jr. 167 Owen, Virginia D. 170 Pagala, Anastacio B. Page, Jeannette 25 Palmer, Susan Elizabeth Papini, Donna Paris, Nancy 175 Parker, Frank Gibson Parr, David Allan 164 Parsons, Edwina Lee Parsons, Rollo Beck Parsons, Susan Jean Pasquali, Carolyn Jean Patterson, Helen Jane Patte, Patricia A. Patton, Sharon Lee Payton, Harlin Drew 194 Peach, Erna Merlaine Peairs, B. Fossett Pearce, C. Lynette 150 Peck, Mary Ann 179 Pearson, Ina 94 Peirano, Erlene Rosemarie 173 Peary, Heidi E. Peirano, Julia A. 28 Pemberton, Barbara Lou 167 Pence, Mike Pennebaker, Judy Anne Pereira, Jean 15, 25, 65, 89, 172 Pereira, Jessycler Meyer 25 Perkinson, Sharon Elizabeth Perry, Penelope Ann 25 Perry, Selden Leonard Perters, Mary 28 Peter, Eleanor Margaret 177 Petrs, Douglas Peterson, Gordon Ernest Peterson, Marilyn Joyce 25, 179 Peterson, Richard David Pettit, Patricia Susan Pfister, Charles Karl Phillips, Sharla Elizabeth 177 Pickard, Ronald William 167 Pickering, John Scott 28 Pickering, Sheryl Fern 25 Pico, Edward Floyd Pike, Gene 215 Pilgrim, Nancy Anne Pinkus, Jill 175 Pipkin, Gordon Lowell Pitman, Larry James Polach, Judith Rae Pollitt, Barbara Russelle 25, 177 Polswell, Palma C. Poor, Charles Raymond 184 Porter, John F. Portertield, Marian Claire Powell, Bill F. Powers, Carolee Ann Powers, Larry Lyle Poynter, Daniel Frank 195 Pozzi, Ellyn Louise Prado, Henry J. Pratt, Vicki Lee Prentiss, Peter 187 Price, Gene Prince, Richard Prior, Luann Maree Pryor, Robert D. Purcell, Rose Margaret 25, 89, 101 Purves, Ruth Puscher, Ernest Edward Pylant, Shirley Ann Radanovich, Ervin Leroy Rofterty, Kathleen P, Rahmlow, Harold Frank Raines, Jeannette Rae 175 Raitt, Albert Edward 164 Ramstad, Philip John Rangel, Amnuel Ransome, John Randall ' Raskin, Paul David Rasmussen, Joan Rasmussen, Wayne Nelson Ratanamani, Mainimai Ratekin, John Bruce Rau, Roger Monroe Raudebaugh, Bart Roderick 164 Rauser, Paul 28 Rauser, Amerada 28 Ray, Ted G. 189 Rayl, Meredith Virginia Raymond, Carol Elizabeth Raymond, Charles Goodrich Recknagel, Robert Roy 195 Reed, David M. Reed, Diane Reedall, Anne Reeves, Bruce D, 25, 195 Rehn, John R. Reid, Jean Ellen 101, 175 Reilly, Catherine Louise 170 Reinert, Diana Gail 101, 170, 177 Reisner, Mrs. 185 Renwick, Margaret Alena Resso, Mike Joseph John 28 Reyes, Jess H. Reynolds, Barbara Gwynne 167 Reynolds, Phillis Ann Reynolds,Ron James 164 Reynosa, Mary Louise 25, 173 Rhoads, William 26 Rhode, John 200 Rice, Raymond Kent Richardson, Caroline Ann 150 Richesn, Raymond P. Riddle, Beverly June 26, 169, 175 Rinehart, Amy Belle Roberson, Ernest John 187 Roberts, Gayle Elaine Roberts, Mary May Roberts, Judy Gail 177 Roberts, Richard Hammond 189 Robinson Robinson Brenda Joanne 95 Charlene Marie Robinson Gary Dennis Robinson, Georgene Hope Robinson, Harold Hugh 189 Robinson, Janis D. 170 Student Director Robinson, Nancy 15, 26, 89, 173 Robinson, Sandra Lee 15, 26, 175 Robinson, Sharon Lee 173 Robinson, Thomas 26, 189 Rol, Michael Phillip 26, 195 Roessler, Beatrice Ada 26, 150 Rogers, Rodney James 192 Rogerson, Phyllis Susan Rohnow, Alan George Rohnow, Rollie Romine, Christine Chapin Romand, Francis Joseph Rominger, Gary Lee 187 Rose, Emmy Lou 150, 170 Rosenburg, Judith Rae 167 Ross, Jon William Ross, Shirley Ann 26, 88 Rossi, Ann Marie Roth, Robert William 26, 104, 195 Rowett, Marlene Joyce 95 Royce, Timothy Graves Rudott, Belle Rumsey, Joan Howell Russell, Gary Eugene 215 Russell, Marie Antionette 26 Russell, Patrick Joseph Rustigan, Ray Aram Rutter, Roland R. Rux, Donna Dee 26, 167 Rux, Loren Jay Ryan, Roy Richard 189 Sabrowswy, Hildegarde 28 Sakamoto, Yukio 192 Salbach, Suzanne 170, 177 Salback, Gene 181 Salcedo, Arthur Vincent 164 Sam, Lucille Sanders, Carl H. Sanders, Phillip Raymond Sangalong, Apolimar N. 167 Sanguinetti, Carol Marie Sanguinetti, Gayle Ethelyn Seekaz, Carol Joan 27 Seiboid, Carol Marie 27, 167 Seifert, Alex Eugene Seldon, Brusa 27 Senkirk, Ronald Lee 164 Shaw, Elizabeth Shalo, Judi 110 Sequeira, Lionel Stephen Shadwell, Diann Sharp, Harry W. 28, 95 Sheehan, Gayle Ann Shephard, Melvin James 215 Shillingburg, Arleen Claire 101, 167 Shikuma, Esther Chizuko 27, 179 Shimada, Hiroshi Cary 27, 192 Shirachi, Donald Yasuto 192 Shobe, Dianne Loretta Shore, Elizabeth Madeline 150 Shore, Richard E. 27, 167 Shou, Victoria 27 Shumaker, John Paul 101 Sibert, John Paul Sihn, Young Yi Silva, Daniel Anthony 164 Silvawgeorge William 15, 27, 89, 2 Silveria, John Edward Silvers, Earl- Elvin Simi, Albert Henry Jr. 27, 102 Simmons, Janet Maxime Simonson, Ruth Ann 27, 104, 111, 173 Simmons, Janet Maxine Simpson, Janice Lynn Sipes, William Law Sing, Lee 27, 192 Sitkin, Patricia 101 Skatt, Valerie Skidmore, Susan Kay 94 Sloan, Charles Slocum, Mel R. 187 Sluis, Cornelia Marie Small, Barbara Mitchell Sanguinetti, Thomas James Sapp, Robert Wills 161, 214, 215 Sarlis, Speros Milton Saroyan, Stan Vern 195 Sartwell, Robert Joseph 26, 189, 204 Satnat, John David 164 Saunders, Alan Foster Schalo, Larry Bruce Scharnberg, Sallie Louise Scheid, Douglas Theodore 28, 192 Scheu, Nancy Ellen 150 Scheuttele, Kirk E. 26, 167 Schipper, Peter King Schlabb, John J. Schlegel, James Max 26, 161 Schleicher, Theodora Ellen 85 Schmidt, Albert Julius Schneider, Katherine Louisa 150 Schneider, Robert C. 27, 167 Schoettler, Dale 161 Schuldt, William 167 Schusters, Karleen Dorothy 28 Schwartz, Darwin F. 28 Schwarwtz, Edward Donald 195 Schwartz, John Charles 192 Schwartz, Patricia Diane 173 Small, Richard Reingold Small, Robert Schwake 185 Smith Bernell Marion Smith, Carolyn Elizabeth Smith, Charles Laidlaw 161 Smith, Constance Smith Ernest 28 Smith Donna 150, 170 Smith Ganel B. Smith, Gregory 187 Smith, Joan Wemple 84 Smith, Lavonne E. Smith, Jeanette 82 Smith, Marie Belle Smith, Margaret Countryman Smith Orville 27 Smith Randall Lee Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Rhoda 170 Richard Carlisle 101 Sandra Lee , Sid D. 28 Wayne Edwin Smoleh, sandy 170, 177 Smoot, Carole Grainer 29 Smothers, Joanne Lee Schweyer, Paul Scott Duane Peter 204 Scott, Helen J. Scott, Lorea Lynn Scott, Marilyn Joy-Ann Scott, Paul William Scott Richard Scrivener, Sue Frances 15, 27, 169, 173 Sea, Richard E. Sebastian, Ruth Anne 150 Seeber, James Robert Smykal, Anthony Jr. Sanvely, William Robert Snooks, A. Jr. 88, 175 Snow, Helen McKay Snyder, Pearl 29 Sobers, Myra Ruth Soomil, Lewis Stephen Souza, Ann C. Sowash, Eddie 27, 189 Soule, Patricia Jean Spafford, Elizabeth Abbott Spangler, Jim M. 189 Spanos, Earl Thomal Spencer, Sherman Sperry, Helen Adele 28 Spicer, Susan 88, 150 Spracher, Joseph Gordon Staftord, Gene 214, 215 Stafford, Neil Bennett 161 Stagg, Linda Elise 44, 170, 190 Stanolitt, William Everett Stanley, Vivian Genevieve Stare, Pauline 28 Stark, Howard James Stark, James Everett Stark, Marlee Gayle 173 Starring, V. Maxine Stebbins, Bonnie Rae 102 Steele, Loretta Ann Steele, Stanley Jr. Steiner, Elvera Clara 28, 177 Steiner, Herbert Charles Steinko, Susan Orth Stetson, Marian C. Stevahn, Andrew Delane Steven, Ethelyn V. Stevens, James T. Stevens, Hazel iPatsy1 Stevens, Patricia Anne Stevenson, Dorothy Edwards Stevenson, Stuart Scott Stickler, Richard David 187 Stikes, Greg Wayne Stiles, Cleak Crandall Stocking, Stephen Kenneth 15, 28 187 Stokes, Howard Warren Stoltz, Barbara Ann Stone, Janet Leigh Stone, Marjorie Jean 28, 175 Storm, Sally Ann Storms, James Crawford Striegel, William J. Striegel, Gail Thornton Striplin, Warner M. 28 St. Sure, Phyllis Claire Stubbs, Luiga Olga Stuermer, Karl ll Stultz, Janet Helen 28 Stump, Ronald K. Sturges, Clark S. Sublett, John Wm. 82, 89, 98, 161 Suguitan, Lolita T. Sullivan, Charles Eugene Sullivan, Jerry 28 Sumida, Jack K. Summers, Norman Joseph Sun, Rudolph Felipe Sutherland, Elizabeth Corey Sutherland, Marlene Kay 173 Sutton, Jess Connor Swagerty, Floyd E. Swan, Larry Elbert 189 Swanson, Barbara Jean 175 Swanson, Robert Charles Sward, Marjorie Carola 28 Sweet, Clyde Elwyn Jr. Sweet, Kathleen Sweet, Robert D. Jr. 29, 104, 187 Swift, Susan Elizabeth Switzler, Paul Douglas Tabar, Emilie Antoinette 150 Tahire, Theodore Hayami Takaoka, Howard S. 102 Talbot, Sue 175 Tamblin, Robert Elmer Tan, Annette Tan, Faber 29 Tanaka, Gary Tarpin, Maryanne Tarr, Donald Lazelle Jr. Tate, Nancy Patricia Tate, Walter Thomas Taylor, David Elizabeth Taylor, Linda Lee Taylor, Robert 192 Taylor Roger Oscar 98 Taylor William H. Terra,lLen 193 Terrell, Maureen Elyese Terry, John Frederic Yount, Terwilleger,'Gail Lorelei 179 Teselle, Wilbur A. Thiell, Elisabeth Ann Thamas, Harold C. Thomas, Joan Doreen Thompson, Charmaine 179 Thompson, Dennis Barrett Thompson, Sheila 88, 95, 175 Thompson, William 29 Thorson, Robert John Thoyre, Nancy Ann 88, 170 Tidd, Mikill Patricia Tiongson, Simplicio Antonio Tirapelle, Josephine S. Tiscornia, Barbara J. Todd, Barry S. Todd, John Barry 164 Toedt, Norman Phillip 164 Toepfer, Mabel H. Toller, R. Mike Tom, Ronald 193 Tomlin, Ernie Tomlinson, Carol'Louise 101, 150 Tomlinson, Norman Leo Tonnemacher, Donald A. Toogood, Gary Donald Torchia, Delia Carolyn Torchia, John Tortosa, Rosanne Toso, Gilbert Guido Totten, Janis Marie 101, 150 Towell, David Gilmer Townsend, Buck Otto Townsend, Kathleen Sharon Traeger, Catherine Clare 150 Train, LeRoy E. Trekell, Howard Leslie Tremain, Mervel L. Trenholm, Gretchen Treude, Garth Carlisle Trevitt, Fredric Michael 101 Trevitt, Patricia Lynn Trimble, Ray Trimingham, Claire Ellen Trotter, Dolphus Windell Tsukainoto, Marielle Bliss 15, 89, 179, 184, 188 Tsunekawa, Miyako 101 Tucker, John M. Jr. Tucker, Virginia Ann 179 Tully, Elaine Turkatte, Jean Valate Turner, Evelyn Verna Turner, James 29 Turner, Judith Ann Tye, Dorothy Clark 94 Tysseling, Henriette Aleida Underwood, Sandra 102 Ulep, Juan Agmoy 28, 101 Urenda, Herman J. 215 Uselton, Ken Ray 29 Uttke, Colleen Grace Valente, Rudy Pat 185 Valenta, Gerald A. Valenzuela, Leonor C. Valle, James J. 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Waters, Betty J. 28, 175 Watkins, Hazel Jean 170 Watkins, Ralph Leon 215 Watkins, Robert Allard Watson, Bert L Jr. Watson, Carolyn June 150, 170 Watsorg,5Henery Edward Bruce 29, Watson, Joe Calhoun 29 Watson, Mable H. Watt, Dorothy Jean 88 Wattel, Marshall Lee Weaver, Floyd H. 29 Weaver, Gerald 187 Weaver, Katherine B. 29 Webster, Robert Lee 29, 101, 181 8, Webster, William Roger Weeks, John 29, 89 Wegener, Henery William 29 Weibust, Ronald Weideman, Joan Weir, James McKenry Weise, M. Ann 179 Welch, Janice Patridge Welch, Tom Wells, Barrie Ellsworth Wells, Lois A. 29 West, Anthony Lane West, Samuel 29 Westley, Anne Katherine 150 Wetzel, Robert Andrew Weybright, Robert Andrew Wheatley, Horace 95 White, Sherman Howard 29, 89 White, Valerie Kay Whiteside, tDorothyl Jean Whittenberg, Charles 193 Wickert, Don M. 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