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Dr. James D. Young, Associate pro- fessor of Speech and Drama , believes that the theater centers around people, their needs, hopes and aspirations. Dr. Young has said that " theater is more than an art and a commercial com- modity as it is the means by which the emotional and social aspects of life are revealed. " Orange County State ' s drama depart- ment presented a series of six one act plays this year. A total of 24 students participated in the productions which in- cluded Rupert Browe ' s " Lithuania " , Lewis Beach ' s " The Clod " , Noel Coward ' s " Fumed Oak " , J. M. Synge ' s " Ridersto the Sea " , and Mona Lewis " The Card Game. " Sharing the lead under Carol Cole- man ' s direction of " Lithuania " were Ernie Chavey, Mary Nelom, Sally Cone, John Mitchell, Jack Lorts, Bill Sims, and Jim Gardner. Jack Lorts and Sally Morton were fea- tured in " The Clod " directed by Mona Lewis. Mrs. Enderli, who directed " Fumed Oak " , had Jack Conklin, Bernadine Roy, Doretta Bacon, and Billie Bradbury head- ing the cast. " Riders in the Sea " featu red the acting talents ofJune Winstead, Stewart Rogers, Netilee Wheaton and Sheri Hughes with Martha Zabel directing. " The Boor " , directed by Mary Ullom, featured Carol Coleman, Stewart Rog- ers, and Sunny Smith. The " Card Game " was directed by its own author, Miss Mona Lewis, and fea- tured Sheri Hughes, Doretta Bacon, Joan Peterson and June Winstead. Later this year the drama department presented " Our Town " . The cast of 20 characters was headed by Stewart Rogers, who played the part of the philosophical druggist who acts as host, master of ceremonies, commenta- tor, philosopher, and friend to the spec- tators. Dr. ' Young predicts a well rounded theater program for 0. C. S. including Broadway productions, opera, musical comedy, classical drama, and experi- mental plays. 25
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Early in the spring semester of 1961 students elected the col- lege ' s first royalty. Miss Caryll Egerer was crowned Basketball Queen at the halftime of the O.C.S. -- Chapman College game. Miss Egerer was sponsored by the Oracles. Her royal court in- cluded Miss Pat Kreske, sponsored by theJunior Class; Miss Nancy Speakman, sponsored by the Senior Class; Miss Sherri Hughes, sponsored by the Sigmas; and Miss Carolyn Bridge, sponsored by the A. W. S. Kicking off the social season of the year, the Queen and her court were presented at the firstcouplesonly dance of the school ' s history. The dance washeldatthewomen ' s gym at Anaheim High School after the game. Joe Moody, president of the Associated Students, and Miss Egerer ' s escort of the evening, crowned thewinner and presented her with one dozen red roses. Caryll, a senior, was a member of the A.W.S. and also a song leader.
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The college forensics activities provided, along with the basketball team, the only intercollegiate activities this year. The forensics group got off to a good start under the direction of Lee Granell, adviser. The first scheduled competition was with San Diego State College. Events were scheduled as far away as Oregon State College, Corvallis, Ore- gon. John McLaughlin at this time copped the first forensic trophy. Members of the team also were awarded five " superior " ratings and seven " excellent " certificates in competition throughout the Southland. The 1960-61 season established Orange County State College as one of the up and coming forensic teams on the West Coast. In debate competition, Titan teams competed in 60 debates, winning 31 and losting 29. The group has begun plans for next year, and with the experience gained this first year Coach Granell looks forward to bring- ing many more awards to the college. Following is a list of the major awa rd winners during the campaign: Pierre DeGrignon - 1st place, Oral tion, Southern California Championships. Ron Boring and David Sprague - 2nd place, Men ' s Novice Debate, Claremont Invita- tional Tournament. John McLaughlin - 3rd place, Upper Men ' s Oral Interpretation, Western States Sally Cone - 3rd place, Women ' s Oral Interp- retation, Southern California Champion- ships. Dorothy Corley - 3rd place, Women ' s Pasadena Invitational. SITTING: B. Bradbury, S. Cone, J. Dobson, S. Morton. STANDING: Adviser, L. Granell, J. McLaughlin, C. Morris, P. DeGrignon, D. Sprague, J. Fager, K. Miles. SITTING: Adviser, J. Dietzer, L. Adams, J. Engle, V. Strange. STANDING: C. Balser. The Department of Music was organized in the fall of 1960 under the chairmanship of Dr. Joseph W. Lan- don. Two major performance groups presented two major programs for the College. On December 4, 1960 the OCSC Symphonic Choir of 60 voices presented the " Requiem Mass " by W. A. Mozart at the Fullerton First Methodist Church. On April 16, 1 961 the group presented J. S. Bach ' s 4 and 11 " at the Fullerton Junior College Student Center. David 0. Thorsen, associate professor of music and director of choral organizations wasthe r. On February 5, 1961, the OSCS College-Commun- ity Symphony (60 instrumentalists) conducted by Jay Dietzer, assistant professor of music, presented a of selections by Frescobaldi-Kindler, Bach, Abert, Schubert, Moussorgsky, Faure, and Strauss. Another program of selections by Couperin-Milhaud, Haydn, DeFalla, Castle, and Bizet was presented by the group on May 7th. At the instigation of Dr. Landon and President a Music Advisory Committee was formed in Nov- ember, 1960 to serve as a liaison between the College and the County area. A Faculty Recital was presented February 17, 1961 by Edyth Wagner, pianist, and Donal Michalsky, Kenneth Leavis, pianist, presented a Noon April 26 and a Senior Recital May 31. The OCSC Wind Ensemble, directed by Dr. J. Justin Gray, associate professor of music, will form a third performing group for 1961-62.
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