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Title:
Conquistador /
Uniform Title:
Conquistador (Canal Zone Junior College)
Physical Description:
Serial
Language:
English
Creator:
Canal Zone Junior College
Canal Zone Junior College
Canal Zone College
Publisher:
Conquistador Staff
Place of Publication:
Balboa Canal Zone
Balboa Canal Zone
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
1972
Frequency:
annual
regular

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Subjects / Keywords:
School yearbooks -- Panama -- Balboa   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility:
Canal Zone Junior College.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with: 1936.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased with: 1972.
Issuing Body:
Student yearbook of the Canal Zone Junior College from 1936 to 1963, and the Canal Zone College from 1964 to 1972.
General Note:
Description based on: 1936; title from cover.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 1972.

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1938


VOLUME III


PUBLISHED BY


CANAL


ZONE


JUNIOR


COLLEGE

























sincere


wish


that,


when


you


have


become a


conquistador


of life,


you may


on occasions cast a longing,


wistful glance into


the past and


with


the pictures and composition


of this annual


renew


again


friendships, in-


terests,


Canal


and


Zone


activities


Junior


these


College


years


life.


-The Staff












Faculty




















Faculty


Ben M.
*Fred W.


Williams, Superintendent of the Canal Zone Schools
Hosler, Dean of the Canal Zone Junior College


George Howard, Assistant to the Superintendent,
Floyd Buckley, Instructor in Physical Sciences


Acting Dean


Chalmers S.


Carson


, Instructor in Romance Languages


Roger Collinge, Instructor in English
H. B. Crowley, Instructor in Physical Education


Roger C.


Hackett, Instructor in Social Sciences


Louise Hanna, Instructor in Physical Education


Katherine E. Jessup, Instructor in English,


Henry


George O


Acting Dean of Women


Grieser, Instructor in Physical Education
. Lee, Instructor in Biological Sciences


G. C. Lockridge, Instructor in Physical Education
James A. Lyons, Instructor in Commercial Education


A. J.


Meadowcroft


, Instructor in Mathematics and Engineering


*Dorothy Moody, Instructor in English,


Dean


of Women


P. L. Starbuck, Instructor in Commercial Education


Myrtle
On leave


Whaley, Librarian




























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AURELIO


ALBA


PANAMA


is not position


but mind


that I


want,'


Kappa


Epsilon


Pre-Medical


Society


Here is another Spanish speaking student who
quickly became adjusted to our college life. Al-
though he joined us with a slight knowledge of
English, Aurelio has carried through his sopho-
more year a good scholastic record.


MARTHA ANDRADE


CUBA


"Modesty


seldom


resides
with


in a
nobler


breast that
virtues."


not enriched


"Conquistador"
Glee Club '38


I.R.C. '38
Kappa Epsilon
Natural Science Society '37


Seldom have we seen Martha with a frown,
but probably her most outstanding characteristic
is her constant terror of examinations. Yet, she
invariably makes a high mark.


VICTOR S. ARMSTRONG, JR.


SOUTH DAKOTA


"Content


to let the world wag


on as


it will."


"Broken Dishes"'
"Conquistador"
Glee Club '37,


President Student Association '38
Vice-President Freshman Class '37
I.R.C. '37, '38
'38 Kappa Delta Sigma
'38 Kappa Epsilon '37


Lor
make
calm,
over
dent


ig will
r. This
tactful
the freq
Associal


we remember "Vic" as
year "Vic" has attempt
, and impartial manner
fluently troubled waters c
tion meetings.


the peace-
ted in his
to pour oil
)f our Stu-


MERCEDES


ARRIETA


CALIFORNIA


"An easy-minded soul,


and always


was."


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PHYLLIS ANNE
"Everyone


"Conquistador"


BUECHELE


that looks


'38
Natural


Scien


on you,
I.R.C.
ce U.ub


Everyone knows "Fi"! While she is reserved
and dignified, "Fi" is at the same time friendly
to everyone. We hear that she wants to be an
old maid school teacher, but knowing her per-
sonality we doubt that she will achieve her am-
bition.


GEORGE R.


CAMPBELL


CANAL ZONE


"A wee' bit


Baseball
Basketball
Engineers
Football


Scotch."


Vice-President of class '38
Vice-President of Engineers Club '38
'37 Lab Assistant '
'37 Softball '37, 'L
'37, '38 Tennis Champ
'37, '38 Track '37, '38


"Buzz," the rumored
J.C., possesses beneath
ness a spark of Scottis
quick sense of humor.
"G.R." has always been
room as well as on the


MARGARET COMINS


woman-hater of the C.Z.
his industrious serious-
ih. temper mixed with a
A conscientious student,
prominent in the class-
athletic field.


PENNSYLVANIA


"How


sweetly


sounds


a good


woman!"


"Conquistador" '38
'37, '38 I.R.C. '37,
Natural Science Society-Secretary
Pre-Medical Society '38


"Marnie" is a quiet, reserved, dignified young
lady, who is accompanied about the halls of the
J.C. by a dark and handsome pre-med student.
Her wit, for which she is well known, should
enliven the sick rooms in which she expects to
nurse some day.


GEORGE COWES PANAMA


- n .
h,
*T""' ''


experience


an arch


to build


ubon."


Kappa Epsilon,
Natural Science


Vice-President
Society '37


'37, '38


w r


PANAMA


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ETHEL DEENEY


CANAL ZONE


"The fairest garden in her looks and in her mind the wisest


books."


"Conquistador"
Glee Club "37


Pre-Medical


"Tropical
1.R.C. '37
Society '38


Collegian"


Ethel's captivating smile and lovely teeth won
her a place in the composite picture of the 1937
"Ideal Girl" of the Junior College, and we are
not surprised to know that there is already some
one outside college who loves her smile. We all
recognize this little blonde as one of our most
conscientious students.


ARMANDO


GASPERI, JR.


VENEZUELA


'rWho mixed reason with pi


measure


and wisdom with


mirth."'


Engineers Club
Football '37
I.R.C. '37, '3


President
'37


Pre-Medical Society '2
Tennis '38
Track '37,
Nat. Science


'38
Society


Even
time w
his title
College
career,
wisely


MARY


though he has spent a great deal of his
rith his books, Armando has maintained
'e "The Great Lover" through his Junior
days. Looking forward to his medical
"Dr. Gasperi" seems to have already very
chosen his assistant nurse.


GERTRUDE GOULET


CANAL ZONE


"True


happiness


(if understood)


consists


of doing


things."


Kappa


Epsilon


Mary, a friend to all, is one commercial stu-
dent whose sweet disposition, dependability, and
helping hand have been admired by both the
Engineers and the Liberal Arts students. Mary
plans to continue her education at the College
of Business Administration in Texas and we
know that wherever she goes she will have a
host of friends.


MARGARET HAW


"Mind


cannot


follow it


nor words


express


CANAL
her infinite 5s


"Rrnlkn Tishes" Kanna erlta Sigma '37. Pres.


*'


ZONE
sweetness. '
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MARGUERITE SHORTER


"All the charm


COLON


of all the Muses.f


"Conquistador"
"Happy-Go-Lucky
1.R.C. '38


Kappa
Kappa
Natural


Epsilon '37, '38
Delta Sigma '37
Science Society


Tall, slender and sophisticated is "Peg." This
attractive young girl is always well posted on
the very latest thing in women's apparel, and
numerous are the admiring glances that follow
Peggy about the college


RUTHIE HORTER


COLON


"Whose


Secretary


is this so musically
f Sophomore Class
Kappa Epsil


"Ruthie," an efficient
stenographer, claims that
singing to her friends. No
consider her one of the
panions in the Junior Coll
won the title last year of


DANIEL P. KILEY


and industrious little
her favorite hobby is
wonder her classmates
most amusing com-
ege; no wonder Ruthie
the "Most Dated Girl."


CANAL ZONE


"As Irish as St. Patrick"


Basketball '37,
Engineers Club
Football '37,


President
'38
'37, '38
'38


of Class


'37 and '38
"Happy-Go-Lu
Track '37, '3
Softball '37,


"Handsome Dan-The Ladies Man" shows that
he is a true son of Ireland in his love of conflict
and his belligerent attitude toward things that
he considers wrong. Dan, who has had the honor
of being class president for two years, has proved
himself to be an excellent leader.


RENAUD


LEON


"Most


PANAMA


worthy


"Conquistador"'


gentleman"


I.R C.


U,


I-. hA_ i _..- -- -- '-ti


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fair?"


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FRANCES MAGUIRE


CANAL ZONE


"You


Kappa Delta Sigma


'37, '38


a merry h
Kappa


leart."


Epsilon


"Franny" is the pride and joy of the com-
mercial department. At the same time that she
has been receiving her education she has also
been working as a secretary. Her animation and
sparkling personality help to make her a typical
Irish miss.


BETTY PHILLIPS


CANAL ZONE


"And her


dark eyes-how


eloquent,


"Conquistador''
Glee Club
"Happy-Go-Lucky


Kappa Delta Sigma '38
"Tropical Collegian"-Art.
I.R.C.-Secy. '37, '38


This vivacious little dark-eyed girl possesses
the dependability and initiative that has placed
her in the midst of our college activities. Her
personality radiates a typical collegiate air, and
her sense of humor expels those dull moments
preceding examinations.


CULBERT H. SHEDLOCK


NEW YORK


"A man he


seems,


of cheerful


yesterday


and confident


tomorrows."


"Conquistador"
Baseball '38
Basketball '37,
Football '37,


38 Engineers Club
Softball '37, '38
38 Track '37, '38
Waterpolo '37, '
Natural Science Society '37, '38


"Bon vivant" seems to be Culbert's motto
his advice to the engineers is eat, drink, an
merry. It is evident that he is one engineer
in years to come will recall with pleasure
days at the C.Z.J.C.


and
d be
who
his


GEORGE


SHELTON


PANAMA


"The


answer


to infinity


divided


by infinity."


Engineers


a -li~


Club '137


Softball '37


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IRA


SOLENBERGER


NORTH DAKOTA


"To know


to hide


one's ability


a great


skill."


LR.C.


'37,
Water


President
Polo '38


Beneath Ira's quiet unassuming
ful personality that arises to the f
cessary. Here is one student who
decided to launch out into the
after graduation.




JAMES H. SPALDING JR. MAS
-"He lives at peace with all man1


air is a force-
ront when ne-
has definitely
business field


;SACHUSETTS
kind."


"Broken


Dishes


"Tropical
Kappa Delta Sigma '37


Collegian"


Jimmy, the college's kinj
man band, but the drums
"Broken Dishes," the '37
Jimmy displayed his dram
an excellent villain.


g of swing, is our one
are his specialty. In
Junior College play,
atic ability and made


JOHN


STEVENS


ILLINOIS


"Who


though


defeated


would


agree


I.R.C


"Tropical


Collegian


"I '37


"Subtle Johnny," wherever he goes, has nu-
merous jokes and tongue-twisters with which to
amuse his companions. Nothing ever bothers
this lad, and with his nonchalant and suave
manner he lends an air of sophistication to our
noble halls.


CAMERA SHY


CHARLES


GORNELL


PANAMA


BETTY H. COMLEY


CANAL ZONE


"Great


in all


things


"The


but stature.'


love light


in her eye."


Engrs.


Softball


"Conquistador"
Natural


'38 I.R.C.
Science Society
Glee Club '38


Cha.rles .


who is Mr Mnndrnwrrnwfft 'c


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The


Class


Of


1939


The freshman class was organized on October
first official get-together the freshmen elected I
sident, Earl "Rube" Robinson as vice-president, 1
Martin Bullock as treasurer, and Mr. Buckley as a,
come of the election it appeared that the men w
class from the beginning. The colors chosen to b
thusiastic freshmen were navy blue and white.


1937


lob Erickson
.im Cox as
adviser. From
ere going to
'e carried by


and at their


as
secret
the
run
the


pre-
tary,
out-
the
en-


1939'ers


entered


spirit


college


immediately


and appropriated for themselves the special distinction of
largest as well as the most intelligent ahem! class in
of their dear young alma mater. They virtually outnumbered


two to one, but this fact gained them noth
Week," as each and every frosh received
Their lugging books to college in suitcase;
tasks during this hard week as slaves of the
in the minds of the freshmen only by the


a certain evening
their week's evil
freshmen.


at the


doings


Yacht


Club,


giving


ing during t
his full sha
s and their
sophomores


more


when


a welcome


being


the
the


history
sophs


:he famed "Hell
re of initiation.
numerous other
will be blurred


vivid


sophomores


dance


occasion


climaxed


in honor


One martyr-like being was i
'39-Foo. Foo came into being a fi
a sinister, mysterious figure who,
body, played an important part in


student. In his brief life at C.5
Foo was attributed vast numbers
: wayed the college in its voting
was attributed numerous chalk
fuming, threatening to give stu
could do anything, and whether
for everything. Foo finally met h
croft, who constructed a special
Laboratory on which Foo was h
haunted Mr. Meadowcroft for s
all cnncrl hncqrc nnAn hic ner=r


introduced
ew weeks
though n
the lives


z.J.c.
of u
and
and
dents
"it" C


is end
I scaff
hanged
several
Kiocnn


Foo w
signed
in its t


to J.C. with the class of
after the opening semester,
ever actually seen by any-
of each and every college
as a very active force. To
letters and drawings which


political


raser raids
a week's A
id anything
at the hand
old in the
by the nec
days, but c
ciPPn ctnrP


platforms.


which left the enemy
.W.O.L. In short, Foo
or not, it was blamed
s of one Mr. Meadow-
Engineering Drawing
k till dead. His ghost
oon went the way of
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The


Junior College Student


Association


The first meeting of the Car
citation for the school year 1937-3


officers elected were: president
vice-president, handsome Jack
treasurer, honest Winter Coll ii
elected as substitute secretary.
The student association,
students, has helped to create
Long will we remember the
our student meetings over the
be held at the Century Club
indeed put presidential campai
ers held us in such a sway th
banquet at the Union Club
change to the Century Club
through when the Century Cl
supporters were happy again.
Unfortunately our meetiL
fused and while everyone wa
course, Victor had the situation
was in his hand to our r<
calling for a point of order!
Some of the soakers (d


mention


are:


Dan Kiley
Dan Kiley


lal Zone Junior College Student Asso-
18 was called September 28, 1937. The
the non-committal Victor Armstrong;
ler; secretary, versatile Vera Mitchell;
Later in the year Regina Quinn was


conducted


students


a spirit of co-operation
impressive speeches that
question of whether the
or the Union Club. The
gn speeches to shame! In
at at one meeting we vo


and at the
. However,


in the college.
were given in
banquet should
se orations did
fact the speak-


ted t(


following meeting
the "Shedlowski t


)


give the
voted to
'lan" fell


ub closed its doors and the Union Club

ngs sometime became a little too con-
s wondering what would happen of
n well in hand, but we didn't know what


escue
Well,


would come Senator
order was what we


John
needed.


id I say speakers?) who deserve
, Margaret Haw, Betty- Phillips,


Stevens

honor-
Culbert


Shedlock,


Marjorie


Anderson.


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The


College


Glee


Club


"Sing
Junior


before


Lunch"


College Glee


of Mrs. Helen C.


Baker.


would


have


Club


College


been


was
i jusi


a suitable


organized
t begun v


theme


under


vhen


song


direction


a large and


thusiastic
decided 1


group


songsters


Tuesday


met


noon


to organize


hour


Glee


would


most


Club.


was


convenient


time


for all


the students


to assemble.


December


Junior


College


song


birds


made


their


pearance


ment


before


Program


Glee


Club


held
sang


public
at the
several


Balboa


Christmas
Clubhouse.


traditional


Community


Here


Christmas


Entertain-


members


carols


- the


only


tropical


reminder of


a northern


Christmas.


second


Wednesday


public


evening,


appearance


March


Glee


Junior


Club


College


was


Music


made


Room.


On the Music Program given by the College and Alumni Music Groups


under


direction


Mrs.


Baker,


members


Glee


Club


sang


following numbers:


Send Out Thy
Lovely Appear


Light..
from


.Gounod


the Redemption.
Borgia.................


.........................G ounod


Italia


from


members


Lucrezia


Glee


Club


who


helped


..Donizetti
to decorate


Music Room


were


highly


complimented


their


excellent


work.


singing was enjoyed


so much


group


was


asked


to appear


Music


Festival


Program


in April.


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The


"Conquistador?"


Editor-in-chief..........
Assistant Editor........
Business Manager....


Sports


Editors


.Margaret


Haw


.Martin Bullock


...Ch


arles


.Culbert


Victor


Photographers .... ........ ......... ... ....... ............ ....... ..... .....

Contributors. ..... ........ ................... ...... ............. .... ......


........... Renaud Leon


Robert


... ... .. . F thel


cCormac


Deeney
Savage
indrade


omley


iuechele


Margaret Comins
Peggy Horter
Caroline Hagen
Arthur Pirisky


Betty


Typi


Phillips


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Ar* n. A .. j-


Steenbe
Shedlo


Armstron


David
Martha A
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The


Tropical


Collegian


The
continued


seven


Tropical Collegian,
the high standard


numbers


creative abil
this second


ity


printed
of the


i


its second


year


set by the magazine


year


been


a


Junior College Students.


volume of the magazine has been


severance of the staff, composed

Editor-in- Chief............. ...............


News Editor. .... ........... . .
Literary Editor .................
Columnist.. ................ .......


Science


Boys
Girls
Art


Sports
' Sports


Editor.. ........


of the


publication,


last year. Each


splendid
Much


of the


example of
f the success


due to the skill and


following students:


............. ...... Ruth


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..........Virgin4


Wright,
ia Lutz,


.....Helene Herz4erg,
.Marjorie Anderson.
.......... ..John Stadig,
.............. ..Jack Siler,


Editor............ ................. ..... ....... ..... .. .. Ruth


E editor ...... ..... ........ ................. ........ .. ... ....... . .... ...B etty


Business
Circulation


M anager........ ..... ...... .... .... ......... t ... .... .Jam es


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M anager............ ............. ..... ......... .. ..... ...... Betsy


Typing-Mimeographing.. .... ... ... ......................... ...Ruth


Bauman,
Phillips,
Spalding.


Ross,


Shorter,
Arrieta,
I Horter,


Editor..... .. ................


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The


Engineers


The Engineers, they have no fears!


With this
the mighty Engi
influence felt wi
unity has been


mutt
espri
their
two-
310


lal scholastic
t de corps
intentions
minute limi
with threat;


slogan as their battle
neers push forward to
thin and without the
achieved as a result
c hardships, and a gen
is remarkable, and in
to secure their unity.
it for LA.'s violating
s of bodily ejection ii


rain of erasers, clay, and
nishness is their donning
inscribed in large, white


chalk. A mat
of navy blu
letters across


cry, me yea
greater victo
walls of the J
of a common
eral scorn for
unique ways
They have ri
the sanctity
f an offender
erial sign of
te sweatshirts
the chest.


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ries in making their
junior College. Their
n occupational aim,
* Liberal Arts. Their
they have signified
gidly enforced their
of rooms 304 and
* fails to yield to a
the Engineers' clan-
with "C. Z. Tech"


The growing capital of the
the No-Credit Association, which
in the case of Mr. Meadowcroft)
ness, reveal the Engineers' aspir
pre-ents conclusive evidence that
pockets.


Engineers' C
levies a tax (
on such evils
nations toward
their loyalty


lub and the success of
)f five cents (ten cents
as borrowing and tardi-
relf-improvement and
reaches deep into their


The Engineers


mentor


Meadowcroft.


Their


officials


are
Johr
head
Leo


Claude
1 Stadig
I politic;
"the Lic


Anderson, pre
secretary-trea
al engineer; C
on" Snedeker,


sident; G. R. Campbell, vice-president; and
surer; their unofficial are Daniel P. Kiley,
ulbert Shedlock, the Engineer:' lobbyist, and
chief bull-sessionist.


The
profession
course th
1T-


activities of the
al nature; and
ev include field


engineers nave
locks for an ins
to examine six
Mount Hope, t
Miraflores. The
eludes visits to
Radio Stations
Dump. Professi


standing even
lectures on the


been to th
pection of
of the new
o Madden
tentative
the Mecha.
at Balboa a


[onal


Club are numerous.
in conjunction with
trips of scientific an


ie U.S
method
B-17
Dam,


The major ones are of
the engineering field
d cultural interest. The


.S. CHARLESTON, to the Miraflores
ds of lock operation, to Albrook Field
bomber:, to the Commissary Plant at
and to the auxiliary power house at


program for
nical Divisio
nd Summit,


activities


the
n's
and
in


ts of the year were Mr.
e "Theory of Relativity" a


B
nd


remainder


Shops, to the
to the Naval
the form of
uckley's series
a discussion


tne year in-
United States
Ammunition
lectures. Out-
of informal
of "Ballistics"


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However, the Engineers' interest: are not confined to their future
profession. In the Student Association meetings the power of the En-
gineers' faction and the exceptional political talent of its members were
exhibited many times, particularly in the memorable Century Club vs.
Union Club affair. Rumors have it that certain Engineers on the night
of the banquet will yet bring box lunches to eat on the steps of the
defeated Century Club.


The Engineers broke into headlines
strike on being shut out of room 304 by
The crisis dramatically ended with the in
a study hall and the supposed expulsion


a: a result of their sit-down
"Tom Girdler" Meadowcroft.
production of the art room as
of six over-active members.


Sympathy of the Engineers for the Chinese cause led to a boycott
of all Jap shirts and underwear, by all students who still had shirts
and underwear.


Th<
drawing
of their
was the
ing at i


e Engineers' artistic
room where they
colleagues. Undou
clay bust of Luigi
ts completion.


c taste is satisfied on the blackboard
execute remarkable likenesses and cat
ibtedly, the greatest work of art of
I, which was accorded ceremonious


in their
ricatures
the year
unveil-


During one lunch hour a grou
knowledge of science and engineering
ly strenth-Result: The Atomic Stru
gantic undertaking of piling drawing
"T" squares in a complex arrangement
from the floor to the ceiling of room


p of Engineers combined their
with their imagination and man-
cture of Foo. This was the gi-
boards on stools combined with
t until five such forms stretched
304.


Many of the Engineers are creative writers; all are brilliant sa-
tirists. Outlet for their matchless poetry, satirical essays, and sparkling
wit is the Engineer, a periodical edited on their bulletin board. Shed-
lowski in his "Theory of Velocitivity" startled the scientific world with
his lengthy explanations of puzzling physical phenomena. In another
instance, a letter to the editor exposing the tactics of the Engineers'
outstanding politician, Mr. Kiley, led to a popular demand for a course
on methods of graft, railroading, and fraud to be given by Professor
Kiley.


The Engineers' soci
able to them is the two-
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al achievements need
day visit of a boat loa
*l tr fn r*n 1 mtr^ l n r


little mention. Memor-
d of beautiful Southern










pleasing distraction
in the Junior High.


Engineers


regular


flirtations


with


"Girl


Events of great interest
Hacketts' blessed events, the 1
tribution of free cigars. Only
to inhale the fumes of these


were the Meadowcrofts', Collinges', and
ast of which was accompanied by the di:-
the Engineers however were men enough
powerful symbols of the stork.


Even


are not


though


individualism


a homogeneous


Some


been
their


smiling "keeper of the keys" Charlie Got
"Zissimo" Typaldos, cartoonist extraordinary
short but shifty fullback; "Porky" Fenton,
football team; "Beowulf" Daniels, most music
for the trans-campus flight: of his cleverly
Siler and Burt Mead, whose "hi-de-his" and
the walls of the college; "Vince" Ridge and
big leaguers; and "Napoleon" Brotherson, w
ly received a two weeks' vacation for throw
Deserving congratulations are Mattes Orr at


scholarly and


hard-workin


discouraged
distinctive


rnell;


"Ca


; "Mickey
mainstay
cally incli
designed
"ho-de-ho


Engineers


perionalltles are
.sanova" Rance;
y" McFadden, a
of the college's
ned and famous
airplanes; Jack
s" echo through


"Doc" Dockery, potential
ho more than once near-
ing erasers at Jim Meigs.


"Marty"


Bullock,


most


g engineers.


Any history of the Engineers would be incomplete without men-
tion of their sweetheart, Ruthie Horter, whose regular visits have done
much to elevate their morale.


In conclusion, one may state that the
ally, socially, and intellectually, indicates
career in a noble occupation.


Engineers' growth, physic-
that will have a successful


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The


International


International


Relations Club,


Relations


founded


sponsored


Hackett, and
Peace, is a cli
international
are frequently
cunity of livil
instance, this
in China, gav
and the other


affi
ub


liated with the Carnegie Endowment for International
organized for the purpose of studying and discussing


affairs. But besides the regular talks
y lectures given by members who
ng in foreign lands and observing
year Renaud Leon, three years a st
e two interesting addresses, one on


on


Taoism, a


at the meetings, there
have had the oppor-
strange customs. For
udent in a university
college life in China


Chinese religious system.


Each


year


club


presented


public


some


project


international importance. This year, c
symposiumm on the subject of Unite
given by the speech class. On May 13
the Balboa and Crirtobal High Schools
ing a mock session of the Senate of


)n February 7, it sponsored a
d States neutrality, which was
,, the club in cooperation with
arranged a program represent-
the United States debating the


proposed


Nicaraguan


Canal.


During


year


I.R.C.


held


several


social


functions


outings in addition to carrying on
was a Halloween party and dance a
there was a beach party at Amador.
meeting on Ancon Hill as well as
famous for the problems it offered


serious work. In October there
ie Yacht Club, and in February
L March, there was an enjoyable
Instructive trip to Gold Hill,
opening the Gaillard Cut.


Though


at times


the club


seemingly


lived


an In-


nocent Revelry Corporation,
from their participation in its
president; Robert McCormack
and Macel Goulet, treasurer -
taining interest and enthusiasm
Mr. Hackett, has been success
thusiasm in worthwhile projc


its members have worked and benefited
activitie-. Its officers Ira Solenberger,
, vice-president; Betty Phillips, secretary;
- have been largely responsible for sus-
sm throughout the year, and its adviser,
ssful in conserving this interest and en-


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Members of KAPPA DELTA SIGMA


, left to right, front row:


Helene Herzberg, Macel Goulet,


Marjorie


Anderson,


Dan Kiley,


Marguerite Horter, Betty Phillips.


Margaret F
Back row:


Jack Siler,


Regina


Quinn,


Burton Mead, Edward Dwelle,


Ruth


Bauman,


Winter Collins,


Miss Jessup,


adviser,


Stadig,


Robert


McCormack,


Victor


Armstrong.


Kappa


Delta


Sigma


Kappa


Delta


Sigma,


College


Dramatic


Society,


which


was


ganized by


Miss


Moody


in 1933, aims


primarily to study


produce


plays,


lends


financial


support


to student


activities.


con-


tribution helps to make possible the publication of the


"Conquistador.


At the


beginning


1937-1938


Society


entered


upon


a new


year
took


achievement


charge


when


meeting


first


and,


meeting


was


held.


a unanimous


Margaret


vote,


was


Haw


chosen


president


Society.


Jack


Siler


was


elected


vice-president,


Daniel


Kiley,


secretary-trea:urer.


"Happy-Go-Lucky,


a three-act


farce


y Glenn


Hughes,


was


I







and on November


19 at the Cristobal High School Auditorium,


where


first time
; romantic


a Junior


leads


College


play


was


"Happy-Go-Lucky


presented.


were


taken


Mar-


garet


ventor


Haw


deserves


Roger
special


Adams.


John


Maguire


commendation


as the


cracked-pot


performance.


pertinent, butcher-knifing maid, as portrayed by


Betty


Philips, threaten-


to steal


mention


are:


show.


Macel


McCormack,


Other


Goulet,


tired


members


as the


business


very
man;


cast


club-minded
Marguerite


deserving


mother;
Horter,


special
Robert


haughty


Mrs.


Lang;


Dan


Kiley


as Mr.


Lang;


Helene


Herzberg,


as the


sister;


Jack


Siler


handsome


Italian


baron;


Ruth


Bauman,


an indignant


aunt,


Burton


Mead


Tom


Jackson.


In February, two one-act plays were presented at the Little


Theatre


and again in the Cristobal High School Auditorium.


These


plays were:


"Augustus


"The


Does


Post:cripr,


a war


a delightful


satire


comedy


George


Emile


Bernard
Augier.


Shaw,


Marjorie


Anderson and


Burton Mead


were excellent


as the


haughty


widow


love-sick


effective stage


Quinn,


landlord


debut


attractive


"The


"Augustus


young


Postscript."


Does
lady,


Winter


Collins


while


Robert


both


made


Regina


McCormack,


Augustus,


gave


their


usual


excellent


performances.


Much


of the credit


successful


dramatic


work


year


is due


to Mr.


Subert


Turbyfill,


who


served


as director


Junior


College dramatics during Miss Moody


's leave of absence, and has given


cheerfully
instruction


untiringly


art of


time


energy,


as well


as valuable


acting.


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Kappa


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organization


college,
cultural


dates


from


Kappa


1934


purposes


society


have


when
Canal


sponsored


Zone


Epsilon,
Carson
Junior


lectures


Spanish
idealize l
College.


prominent


Society


a society


Latin


members
speakers


have


made


their


annual


Christmas


luncheon


a traditional


enter-


training


Junior


College.


fully
with
Ruth
same


During the
conducted


Fernando


Hyde,
path.


past


four years


affairs


Eleta


secretary,


as president,


Patsy


e officers of
organization.


George


Gibson,


club


This


have


year


Cowes,


treasurer,


have


success-
officers


vice-president,


followed


Augustin


Sanchez,


formerly


University


Madrid,


was


outstanding


speaker


of the


year.


subject


ture


was


"Art


Wonders


Alhambra


proved


to be


great


interest


to the


general


public.


Eleta


brothers,


newly


arrived


stu-


dents from Spain, made frequent talks at several


meetings of


the club,


concerning conditions leading up to the Spanish Civil War.


October


marked


first social


event


year.


Carson


entertained the members of the Spanish Society at a delightful evening


party


given


in his home. Latin


music,


together with


other entertaining


surprise;,


filled


the evening


with


an atmosphere


gaity.


second


on December


social


event


was


The affair was


traditional


honored


Christmas
presence of


luncheon


Mrs.
Claus


Williams, and


again


appeared


the members of


upon


faculty


scene


gave


their wives. Santa


gifts


to every


one


present. Luis


Noli,


ex-president of the club,


closed


event


wish-


a very


Merry


Christmas.


Kappa


March


with


Epsilon


ended


presentation


program


social


Plancha


activities
Marquesa


Little


Nelva


Andrade.


Theatre.


Palacio;


Other


Patricio,
students


SC wa- nfl d


leading


Fernando


who


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play


characters


Eleta;


took


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Science


Society


The Natural Science


first


Claude


meeting


January


Anderson,


Society


26th.


president


began


its career


officers


Mattes


Orr,


year


37-38
were


vice-president;


with


elected:
Margaret


Comins, secretary-treasurer.


club,


sponsored


several


purposes:


One,


permit scientific discussions among the members;


fellowship


sponsor


speeches


together:


three,


pertaining


to hold


to scientific


occasional


subjects


two,
field


to have


trips


interest,


a gep-


four,
made


members


outside


club.


meetings


which


were


held


monthly


were


devoted


to such


subjects as talks on the


"Fallacies of Cancer,


movies of various scienti-


field


science.


trips,


Before


talks


on the


meetings


were


outboard
officially


motor
called


its relation


to order


mem-


bers


an informal


get-together


ate the


supper


which


each


student


brought


with


him.


evening,
"Waffle


climax
March
Supper.


to the


when


" This


organization


Natural


supper


was


activities
Science


occurred


Society


given


Thursday


held


annual


Mrs.


members


society


everyone


thoroughly


enjoyed


licious


waffles


prepared


Mrs.


Britton


was


guest


honor at


the occasion.
























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PRE-MEDS pictured from left to right, back row:
do Gasperi, George Shelton. Second row: Aurelio
Front row: Mercedes Arrieta, Marjorie Warner,
Ethel Deeney, Marjorie Anderson.


William Ovalle, Edward Dwelle,
Alba, Mr. Lee, adviser, Donald
Mary Jane Woodruff, Margaret


Arman-
Stilson.
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spirit


cooperation


which


marks


true


scientists;


second-


to further among the


members


a knowledge


medical


field.


The fundamental aim of the society is to


found


a permanent


edition
fering


excellence


scholarship


unselfish


devotion


to suf-


humanity.


constitution,


vides
meds


for the


usual


which


is the


officers,


pre-nurses


ganization


meeting,


work


restricts


enrolled
Armando


college.


Gasperi,


Renaud


membership
Accordingly,


who


Leon,
to the
at the


initiated


pro-


move-


ment


to establish


society,


unanimously


elected


president.


other officers are:


Mr. Renaud Leon,


vice-president, and Mirs Marjorie


Anderson,


secretary-treasurer.


original


membership


included


pros-


pective


doctors


possible


nurses.


sponsor,


without


whose


couragement


interest,


society


would


have


remained


dream,


is Mr.


George


Instructor


Natural


Sciences.


During this year, the activities of the club


have included an open-


lecture


Dean


Hosler,


explaining


present


requirements


the medical student, and


session;


several


general


outlining


discussions


possibilities
on cancer,


success


on the


in the


Pitcairn


pro-


Island-


on research


vs. surgery;


widely


publicized


visit


Santo


Tomis


Hospital


where


Chanis


performed


interesting


autopsy


who


(more correctly called
committed suicide.


post mortem examination)


on a


patient


Besides


ruch


serious


instructional


activities,


Society


also enjoyed purely social meetings to remind the members that doctors


nurses must


have


recreation


as well


as information.












omen's


One of the requirements of the


Athletics


Junior College curriculum is


physically


sound


students


take


one


credit


in some


form


athle-


tics. Above everything else this year


the college


girls


have


learned


importance


The
offer then


principle j
n excellent


necessity

purpose o


fulfilling
e women


opportunity


both


requirement.


s weekly
physical


gym
and i


classes


mental


is to
relaxa-


tion.
from


This systematic


girls'


physical exercise


everyday


not only


college


aroused


afforded


interests apart


them


an oppor-


tunity


to form


closer


friendships


than


result


from


routine


class


room


associations.


athletic


shortly


after


program
college


was


under


opened


guidance


September


Miss


archery


classes


Hanna


were


organized.


Hill and


Targets


there the


were
girls


set up


practiced


at the


until


bottom


skill


Administration


hitting the targets


been


perfected.


Cupid


found his rival


when Edith


Cannon


was


named


the winner of the two archery


meets that were held.


Margaret Comin:,


who


was


awarded


second


place,


petite


Patsy


Gibson,


who


was


awarded


third


place,


both


revealed


their


skill


at shooting


bull'


After the


tapping


classes


were


well


under way


curious


groups


college
girls c
reaction


boys


would
of


wandered


do.
Miss


over


Watching
Rector, d,


to the


playshed


graceful
"Shoe


(?)
Shin


to discover
maidens,
e Boy" nu


just
undej
lmber


what
r the
and


"Military
half bad."


Clog,


" the


boys


reluctantly


admitted


girls


Pweren t


Throughout


year


girls


were


interested


swimming


were


allowed


to enter


gym


classes,


supervised


Greiser,


the swimming


pool.


On March


competition


between


the swimmers


climaxed


with


a swimming


meet


which


Freshmen


team


was


Marjorie


Warner


Sophomore


team


Betty


Phillips.


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Men's


Athletics


It can be safely said


that this year the Canal Zone


Junior College


has had


the most successful


year


in athletics


seen.


FOOTBALL


two


year


Unlike
teams.


s football


season


team,


1938


found


squad


college


consisted


with


a total


seventy-seven


points


against


their


opponents


twenty-seven.


Cristobal


High'
Black
outfit


Blue


Gold


Tractors.


to 0 defeat


experienced


an all-star


Balboa


in one


to 0 defeat


High


hardest


team


fought


our Red


handed


games


college


ever


seen


on the Isthmus,


High scorer for the college team


was Shedlock,


with a


total of


points,


while


Hearne


Anderson


each


collected


points.


Segard,


Dockery, and


timely


Campbell


interception


took
their


honors
ability


their


to foresee


defense


their


work with
opponents'


their
plays.


Siler


did most


kicking,


alternating with


triple-threat


Anderson,


the quarterback.


The line up of the two teams was as follows:


Team


Team


Player


Position


Player


L. Ridge


Turner
Pearson


D. Kiley
G. Fenton
E. Segard
G. Rance
C. Daniels
C. Shedlock
(captain)
C. Anderson
G. Campbell


R. McCormack
J. Meigs


Orr
Bullock


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BASEBALL


In losing but one game in


their schedule, the


Junior College base-


team showed


Dockery,


team


with


through


its superiority to other


excellent
e hardest


one


teams


pitchers,
schedules


in the


Siler


league.
Hearne,


played


Captain


Junior


College. Four men,


. Ridge, J. Siler,


. Hearne, and H. Dockerv were


chosen


for the students


team


in the


Twilight


League.


to date this


team has won


first half


its schedule and


gives


promise of


win-


ning the pennant. Representing the college in baseball


were the follow-


Hearne, Dockery, Siler,


Pearson, McCormack, L.


Ridge,


Ridge,


Turner, Shedlock, Smith,


Orr,


Rance,


Anderson,


McFadden,


March.


TENNIS


tennis the college


was


proud


to have one of


students


on the


team


playing


the Central


American


Olympics.


Carlos


Eleta,


one


the outstanding tennis


players, represented


Republic


Panama


this sport.


TRACK


Although


the college


track


team


took


third


place


their


annual


meet,


they


made an excellent


showing


for the small size of


the squad.


Cristobal won the meet with a score of 51


points with Balboa running


a close


second


with


501/2,


while


Junior


College


placed


third


with


351/2


points.


George Campbell


won


the 440 yard


dash.


Harry


Dockery


came out


in pole


vaulting.


Martin


Bullock


wars


high


scorer


college


with


a second


yard


dash,


a second


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jump. Novey


Dwelle, Siler,


Ridge, Shedlock,


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Kalendar


SEPTEMBER


Hickory,


dickory, dock.


September,


eight o'clock.


The students all did run,
For college had begun.


Hickory,


dickory,


dock.


OCTOBER


Sing a song of Hell Week


With freshmen


on the run.


Four and
Trying to


twenty


sophomores


have some fun.


And when the week began


freshmen


looked


distressed,


For rougeless little lassies


Were forced to


look undressed.


The freshies had to carry


keep


gum


the sophomores chewing;


But when


the sophies


Dire trouble then


was


tasted


brewing!


"Where did you go, my pretty maid?"


"I went to the


"What did


danced


Yacht Club, sir,


there, my


with the boys, sir,


" she said.


pretty maid?"


" she said.


"And were you good,


my pretty maid?"


"You'd better not ask me, sir,


" she said.


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NOVEMBER


Happy-Go-Lucky


Was a


With


play very


very


good


ducky,
actors,


tOO.


Turby called


for their time,


And he called for their talent,


And he told them


just what to do.


And all the young actors they had funny lines,


And a very funny


face had one,


But down went the curtain and on came the lights,


And


we knew that the show


was done.


DECEMBER


Dickery,


dickery,


dare!


Engineers were on a tear.
You never saw the like of their sit-down strike!


Dickery,


dickery,


dare!


Carson,
Of cold


Carson,


turkey, ai


Spanish students,


of what


did he


sing?


nd hot pudding.
what did they d


They let us come to their


luncheon,


too.


Ding,


dong,


dell!


Christmas story tell.


Who read
Our dean,


us one?
just for fun.


What did we do?
Ate Christmas cakes,


Come dance a


To the Cotton Club rig











0, see the engineers,
And Meadowcroft's i


While they


tears


construct the atom.


But we believe
The tears deceive.


He'd


really


like to bat


Relativity


lecture


K, and


mystery we'll


Buckley


FEBRUARY


dwell.


loves


Oh, Mr. Buckley, come blow your horn!


students


are working,


as sure


as you re


born.


Why


are they


Examinations!


losing
If you


their slothful


ease?


please!


Tweedle-dum


about


ITweedle-dee!
Tweedle-dee!


neutrality


I.R.C.
"We


to Speech


Class said


are Conservative


Red.


give


us all


Because


the end


Was


the dope
ie nations


they


Tweedle-dum


have
could
fears


plan.


Tweedle-dee.


em.


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public


came


to see exhibits


very


good,


And


some of them


looked


wire,


while others


merely


stood.


I.R.C.,
to the


To sit on


what dist
beach, an<


the sand and sing


thou


to Amador,


little trills


As you gobbled down wieners with hot buns and dills.


MARCH


Turby


two


little


plays,


And oh, he loved


them so.


Does


Bernard


other


Was


one


very


Shaw,


Turby


funny,


know.
loved


too.


Postscript


What


really


Shaw


came


made


before


Robert


Natural


science students


Sang


What did


their
they


supper.
eat?


Waffles and


butter.


How


could


they


them


Without


And


Mrs.
they


Lee?
eat many?


do not ask


Hey,
Piano


diddle,
and l


diddle!
middle !


I.R.C.,


Augustus


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Drive a fast car around Kappa E.


very fine farce of Carson


New
And


to see.


rich in action


Spanish so


That everyone


laughed


to see such a


play.


Hush a bye, girlie, don't feel like a dub,
Because your young man must dance at the Club.
When the sirens all sail away to Gulfport,
The men must then grant that you were the sport.


APRIL


Peter, Peter, chop-suey-eater,


Loved


the moon and had


to meet


Engineers on Ancon Hill


chop-suey


ate their


Easter bunnie
With colorful


Nature'
And so


s did
eggs


children


were


come


to town


in a basket


were


we in


down.


happy


holiday.


MAY


There was a mock meeting, and what do you think?


The senators argued


with nothing to drink.


Canals


here and


there


were


the themes of


their


speeches,
And they stuck to their themes like so many leeches.
To dig or not to dig was argued around


With logic and


gesture and


fury


sound.


But the question could never be really decided
Because the senate was so divided.











When
Then


your


oratory's done,


judges


have


their


Trying to choose the one that's


Without


offending


rest.


One


misty, moisty


evening


When


cloudy


was


weather


College


students


came


Union


Club


together.


'Twas


the annual


And


Eating so


every


much;


banquet


one was


dancing


dance


glad-


such-


ending


only


was


JUNE


June


here


with


final


exams.


how


each


student


crams


crams.


If you haven't a thought, a ha'thought will do.
If you haven't a ha'thought, then God help you!


There was a couple who


gave a


fine tea,


With a high, gee ho, gee humble,


At the cool


With


Union


a zimble,


Club


facing the


zamble,


zumble.


'Twas given in honor of the Sophomore class,


With a high, gee ho, gee


As a fond


humble,


farewell to each lad and lass,


With


a zimble,


zamble,


zumble.


Johnny


have a


new


blue


To set on his


bonny


brown hair


And


Johnny


have a new


gown


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Popular


Songs


for


College


Serenades


Rare


-- as George Campbell


flaunting the


femmes.


"Moon at Sea


- So was


calculus.


"You Can't Stop


Me From Dreaming


- Try one of Buckley


classes.


"Was


'The


Rain


Lady


"Blossoms


?" No,
a Tramp"'
Broadway"


engineers


- Oh, no, she merely


- But


sprinkling


takes


should see


Field


janitor.
Biology.


blooming


idiots


around


"True Confes:ion


college.


- Listen in, Mr. Meadowcroft. Maybe the engineers
are weakening.


"Whistle


"That Old


While


You


Feeling


Work"


- You


- And


mean


you'll


the one


be thrown
n the solar


out of


plexus


during


exams.


"It Never


Happened Before


- But a


woman made an A this year in


Buckley


chemistry.


"The Big Apple


- And


the bigger the apple,


the better the


mark.


"Little


Fraternity


- Margaret


Haw


Which


one?


"September in the


Rain


December, to sa


- And
y nothing


what about October, November,


g


April, May, and


June.


"Stardust on the Moon


- Not so dangerous as moonshine in the star,


or even


in a car.


"Nice


Work If You


"The Lady


- Credit


Who Couldn't Be Kissed"


- Page


Physical


Education


Jack Siler, and


we'll ree.


Double


Dare


You


- Ruthie


to tell


your


experience


with


tropical


mistletoe.


"You're
"Snake


a Sweetheart"


Charm er


Again,


-- O,


Ovalle?


Lee!


the Natural Thing to Do


- Cokina at the Clubhouse?


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The


Superlative


Students


and


Celebrities


Physically


Most


perfect


Horter.


Buckley


Rosiest


Buechele...... Bostick


Highest


eyebrows.........


Margaret


Haw........ Mickey


McFadden


eyelashes........................ Pat Arrieta.............. Vincent

plus.............................. Virginia W elch........ Claude


Longest

Freckles


Ridge

Andercon


Most


flirtatious


Comley.......... Fernando


Eleta


Phyllis


Buechele.


Skin


Most


you'd


love


angelic


to touch.......... Regina


face.................... .. irginia


Quinn..........George

Welch........ George


Smith


Smith


Tinest


Phillips.... Graham Brotherson


Most


thrilling


voice .................. Regina


Quinn..........


Webb


Hearne


Dreamiest


gaze............... .............


Leslie


Stevens.......... Charles


Van


Steenberg


Personally


Most


magnetic


personality.


Ruth


Horter............Arthur


Pirisky


Most


awe-inspiring


vocabulary.. Marjorie


Anderson..


John


Stevens


Smoothest


shuffler ..... ..... ........ Betty


Comley........... Culbert


Shedlock


Smartest


Horter..........


Jack


Siler


profile.................. Peggy


blusher............................ Phyllis


eyes.................. Betty


tot................................... Kathleen


dresser........................... Peggy













Most


effective


gloom


dispeller.. Ruth


Horter............ Bill


Ovalle


Most


serious


student ................ Harriet


Weir............ Mattes


Fishie:t


swimmer ....................... Genevieve


Foley......


Jack Siler


Most enthusiastic


athlete............ Betty


Phillips.......... George


Campbell


Goofiest


Nearest


Biggest


genius

apple


Elizabeth Smith........ Bob


McCormack


disguise........ Helene Herzberg...... Mattes Orr


polisher.............. Margaret Haw.......... Bob


McCormack


Most


Most


gifted

likely


ivory


tickler............ Ruth


to succeed.............. Marjorie


Eleta


Anderson.. Mattes Orr


Prophetically


Most likely to be married first.. Ruth


Horter............ George


Campbell


Most


likely


single


to remain
ble:sedness.


Margaret


Comins.... Armando Gasperi


Most likely to be a millionaire..Mary


Goulet............ Ira


Solenberger


Most


probable


movie star.......... Regina


Quinn.......... Jack


Siler


Most


likely


to become


obese


in old age.


Betsy


Ross................ George


Rance


Patsy


Gibson


Most


probable
inhabitant.


oldest


living


Ruth


Horter............George


Campbell


Most


probable


literary


genius.... Ruth


Wright............Doc


Savage


giggler..............


Wright............Carlos

















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complete,


unexpurgated


guide


to important


new


books


authors,


distinguished


or discordant.


Sims,


Walter,


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Studying.


New


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Centers


Inc.,


1938.


Price


$5.00


It has been the experience of our beloved


Walter Sims, Profe:sor-


in-General of the Canal Zone


Junior College,


that the more


you study


more


know,


more


know


more


forget,


that the more you forget the less you know, bringing the whole matter


of studying to

The Prof<
which any stu,


least.


With


anybody,


th


the only


conclusion


- why


study?


essor, however, argues that there are ways and


dious boy
e aid of


from


h


lowly


or girl ca
lis theory
doctor t


can make a success of himself.


dem
his


t the
latest

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to the


shortest


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in derive the most


rtudy


:o the
ind so


career


"Prof"


virtuous
to pave


in college


publication, Simplified Studying,


id


work,


classes
never <


absent undoubtedly


possibly wish


engage,


regularly,


never


inst


will lecture on


to know very
in an orderly


little. I
manner


or jumping along the corridors.


are twofold:


first


place


fully


means


from studying the


proven


slot-machine


for
Mr.


operator,


the ambitious stu-


Sims


prescribes


following simple


prepared


ructor from
something a


Between


with


whose


your


rule :


home-


class


bout which


classes


course,


The reasons
the solemn


r


is suggested


in wrestling,


for such athletic


ity


your


night
that


base-ball
intervals


academic


sur-


roundings is broken, thereby affording the instructors recreation of


mind,


naturally


they,


in appreciation,


see to it that


well awarded
In the second


semester


grades.


You


must


use strategy!


place, the exercise will stimulate your circulation so that


upon


your entering the next class


in a refreshed


state,


your


mind


grasp the subject more readily


in accordance


with


the Greek


principle


w;


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virtue


trainmmging


in a suave


persistent


conservative


contact


manner


with


which


science


makes


carries


out-


standing among a group of


other men of various undertakings.


Taking


principle


influenced


a little


further,


by the academic


Professor


surroundings


points


which


to the
inhabits


student


two-thirds


of his school-life. In


view of the


foregoing argument, Mr. Sims stresses


the necessity


is required of him,


each student remaining


this way


carrying


around t]
home an


e school longer than
atmosphere of learn-


ing to assist him in his nightly study, and to make him a more accept-


menace


to the


home.


When


it comes


theories


home-work,


Professor


Sims


differs


greatly


from


general


practice.


advises


specifically:


at your desk, clear your deck


for action, gaze meditatively


at the


books


before you


water.
desk,
first, I
Read


(This
further


> inspire a
procedure


clear
time


grab


only


spirit
helps


desk


book


sentences,


learning,


then


to create a mood.)


inaction,


for a


Now, re-sit


gaze


the assignment


then


drink


at your


books


is located.


tune-in


on the radio


- Lucky Strike is on


the air tonight.


By thus deliberate-


depriving


yourself


studying,


your


desire


to study


Increases


grows tenser, so that


if this


procedure


is carried


out faithfully


nights


out of


school


week,


a potential


desire


to study


accu-


mulates


to such


an extent


time


examinations


are due


preparing


for them


is an


task.


Those


students


who


wish


to be


as successful


as Professor


Sims


has been in


a copy


working his way


Simplified Studying


out of
and ti


college are


o follow


hereby


principles


which


to buy
h Pro-


fessor Sims has outlined so definitely that


even


the dullest student


have no difficulty


in comprehending


them.


Roger


Hackett.


Initiation


to Infants.


Illustrated.


Balboa:


Baby


Publishing Co.


Price:


$2.00.


himself


soulfully


in which
however;


at the


advised












adoption


detail.


After


revolutionary


studying


book


ones


which


carefully,


explains


reader


in minute
no doubt


disagree


with


author.


Hackett


portant
sy temr


surprisingly


a baby


which


principle


believes


care,


found


upon


which


own


plan


feeding
worked


experience


based


The


most


an excellent


to be
baby'


effective.
stomach


is the safest guide. By using an ingenious device Mr. Hackett has been


able


to apply


When
clock


baby


principle


awakes


kitchen,


invariably


with


one


feeding,
waking


hundred


cent


crying


nurse


from


efficiency.

an alarm


siesta,


from
wall


plain slumber. At the sound


chart,


electrically. operated


the clock,


utilizing


baby


arrow
anger


of the
energy


which


would


number
Further


otherwise


calories


connection


wasted


vitamins


with


in mere


which


noise,
baby


method


points


to the


stomach


feeding


exact


requires.


author


rejects the idea that fond


parents need to chew the first solid food


their offspring. From his intensive study


believes


most


parents


who


of habit and


chew


baby


habit formation,
absentmindedly


swallow


ninety-nine


food


themselves,


per cent


rickety


older


alone


accounts


generation.


the chapter


entitled


"Teeth


Their


Relation


to the


Infant"


the author has made some very fine diagrams of the mysteries of babies


mouths.


In addition, the statistical chart which accompanies the chapter,


carefully


filled


will enable the


baby when he


is grown


to trace


progress of


his dentality,


to know


what


became


each


tooth.


One


"Testing


most


Baby


significant


's Bath,


" for


chapters


author


Hackett'


- through


book


a series


periments of which


the author's wife did not know


- has


proved


finitely that a bath thermometer is


just as accurate in


testing tempera-


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stimulated. However,


because the author


sees


some


our states-


men


are cursed


with


imaginations


run to unlimited


excesses,


believes that
baby from ti


in the clear


field


light of


economics.


it is a


Thus,


when


good


plan


the child


to read
grows


to the


will be


perfectly


balanced.


For instructors, perhaps the most vital chapter of the entire treatise


"Why


Stork


Brings


Girls


to College


Instructors,


a chapter


no oxne can


afford


to misc.


your


copy


today.


Complimentary


copies are available for all members gf the faculty who have girl babies


under one year of


age they


ought to


have some compensation.













Pages


from


the


1945


College


Catalogue


ZZZ.


Political


Engineering.


First


semester.


Too


much


credit.


Two


hours


a week


discussion;


other


periods


taken up in just cussing. Prerequisites:


one mouth, an agile tongue, and


vigorous vocal


organs. A


brain is desirable,


but not required.


study


most


significant


political


methods


use in


United States with supplementary. reading on


those


popular among the


other


countries.


Practical


application


theory


given


Student


demonstrate


Association


ability


filibustering.


lation


to graft


meetings


in railroading


Frenzied
d success.


where


motions,


finance will
Laboratory


students


required


balling


be stressed


practice


balloting,


especially


in hissing


its re-
booing


speakers of the opposition.


Professor


Dan


Kiley,


who


teach


course,


is distinguished


in his field. He is an alumnus of the Canal Zone


Junior College,


where,


was


notorious


magnificent


feats


political


engineering.


During


career


on the


Zone


had extended


experience


laborating


with


directing the


activities


Civic


Council.


Since


graduation,


been


influential


in a nefarious


attempt


restore
tunate


past


in securing


glories


Tammany


a political


Hall.


engineer


The college


Kiley's


is indeed


magnitude,


the students should profit from a study of his precepts and his example.


Required Text


student


one


is required


to purchase


for college use. No credit


two copies of


Politics.


text-one


for the course will


given


(Each
home
unless


the student can show receipts indicating that he has made personal con-


tribution


to Prof.


Kiley


royalty


returns.)


Marriage and Escape. First Semester.


Credit varied according


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dangers and


pitfalls, and the present status of husbands


poorly


reward-


marital


responsibility.


Professor


Campbell


lectures


from


exten-


sive research in the field of


disgruntled husbands, and


outside speakers


interest


to the course


their


gruesome


stories


their


personal


experiences as unfortunate males who got caught.


remaining


weeks


course


are devoted


to methods


avoiding entangling alliances which lead


marriage.


Professor Camp-


bell here,


side lecturers


being able to speak from


to assist


in instructing


personal experience, needs


students.


After


much


no out-
experi-


mental


infallible


research,


rules


Professor


which


Campbell


to avoid


been


being


to formulate


hitched:


Create


in your


mind


an impossible


ideal


woman


which


to measure other women.


Consequently you


will never be able to meet


the right girl.


Believe


Shakespeare


firmly,


repeat


momentous discovery,


every


"Frailty,


morning


name


before


breakfast


is woman.


Spend


hours


a day


study


athletics


twelve


telling


everybody


how


hard


work.


Attend


only


parties,


preferably


jungle.


NEVER LET


ANY


GIRL


GET YOUR NUMBER.


These


rules are analyzed


elaborated


scientifically


Pro-


fessor Campbell in his mimeographed outline, a copy of which is


placed


at a slight cost in the hands of each student for his study and guidance.


Each week Professor spends


part of the class


period


discussing the stu-


dents
from


personal


problems


knowledge


explaining


women


methods


foels


procedure
effective.


which


Credit


successfully


this course
applied


is reserved


Professor


until


Campbell's


ie student
maxims.


shows
Full


that
credit


given


each


student


who


remains


single


years,


even


Professor


Campbell


doubts


it is


humanly


possible


normal


male


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principles

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blessedness.)

Dame:. Extends through


year.
each


Three hours credit.
week. Prerequisites:


Two hours lecture and three hours field


Charm, some


intelligence, and ability to


work
pass


an examination


on Emily


Post'


chapter on


what the


well-dressed


wo-


man


wears.


extensive study


designing dresses


with special emphasis on


materials


for matrimonial intentions.


Taste and


composition


design,


trimming the male, accessories in feminine flattery, and the relation


color


course.


) masuline
Self-analysis


cardiac


action


form


is over-emphasized, and


; principle
individual


topics


conferences


held


enthusiastically


long


with


intensive


prettiest

research


members of the


field


both


class.


at home


abroad


Professor


McCormack


reached


many


valuable


conclusions


as to why


buttons


should


never


used


on dresses,


why


culottes


slacks


bring


in low necked


w proposals,
dresses, and


why
why


long


moon


necked


faced


women


women


attract


never


attention


around


in round necked


dre:ses. From an extended and


diverse critical experi-


ence


Professor


McCormack has


formulated a splendid


system


scien-


tific criticism,


which


system


student


makes


use of


detailed


ports on the costumes he has observed on field trips to the beer garden:,


the clubhouses, and


the docks.


Since he believes that a woman can get any man she wants if she
is subtle enough, Profescor McCormack has planned his course with the
malicious intention of counteracting the effects of Professor Campbell's


000.


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stresses


direct


relationship


between


snap


clothes


success


in conquest.


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varied


influences


high heeled sandals,


pill-box hats, and strapless evening dresses in sub-


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\[ 4 Qtnnquistaboc 1938 VOLUME III PUBLISHED BY C llNAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE

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F 0 ,. e tV 0 ,. d It is Ollt SIncer e wish th a t when you roo have beco m e a conquistador" o f life, you may o n occas ion s cas t a longing, wistful g lance int o the past and with the pictures a nd composition of this annu a l r e n ew aga in th e friends hips in t eres t s and activ ities o f th ese years of our Canal Zone Junior Coll ege life. T be Stellf

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Faculty

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Faculty Ben M. Williams, Superintendent of the Canal Zone Schools "Fred W. Hosler Dean of the Canal Zone Junior College George Howard, Assistant to the Superintendent, Acting Dean Floyd Buckley Instructor in Phys ic a l Sciences Chalmers S. Carson, Instructor in Romance Languages Roger Collinge, Instructor in Eng lish H B. Crowley, Instructor in Physical Education Roger C. Hackett, Instructor in Social Scienc es Loui se Hanna, Instructor in Phys ical Education Katherine E. J ess up, Instructor in Eng li s h Acting Dean of Women Henry J. Grieser, Instructor in Physica l Education George O. Lee, Instructor in Biolo g ic a l Sci ences G. C. Lockridge, Instructor in Phys ical Education James A. Lyons, Instructor in Commercial Education A. J. Meadowcroft, Instructor in Mathematics and Engineering "Dorothy Moody, Instructor in Eng li s h Dean of Wom e n P. L. Starbuck, Instructor in Commercial Education Myrtle Whaley, Librarian On l eave

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J UNIOR CO L LLO L \, Fr ont row' l eft to fight Mr. Griese r Mr. Hacke tt Mi ss W h a l ey, Wor. L ee, l\tl ea d o w c r o ft Dr H o wa r d a nd M I C r ow ley, Sac k r o w : l e ft (0 r i g h t : Mr. Lvon s. Mr. S larbu c k Miss J ess u p, [ v ir. Ca r so n Mrs. B ake r a nd Bup-I ey. CONQU ISTADOR PAG E SEVEN

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Lu'Ot in a A in (onccnlr;lIion Brain Twisters 2 Apple polish:nr::. Ovalle? '; (hc(.(fulness ocr soni(lld. 7. \\,ho's the s pt-akert '. Stuck 3J;t3in. loh n? 6.

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Sophomores

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PAGe TEN AURELIO ALBA PANAMA 1 / is 1101 "olili oll bill mind ,bal J wilm.'J K appa Eps i l o n '38 PreM edical Soc i ety '38 Here i s another Spanis h speaking student who quickly became adjusted to our college life. Altho u g h h e joine d u s with a slight knowled ge of Eng lish Aurelio has carried throug h his sophomore year a g ood scholastic r ecord. MARTHA ANDRADE CUBA "Modeu)' seldom r elideJ ill a breast tbar ;1 Itot e1l,i cbed tl'llb n oble r I ''-rllle! .'' "Conqui sf3dor" '38 I.R.C. '38 G lee Club '38 Kappa Epsilon '37. '38 Natura l Scien ce S ociety '37 Seldom have we seen Martha wit h a frown, but probably her most outstanding characteristic is h e r constant t error of examinations. Yet, she invariably makes a hig h mark. VICTOR S. ARMSTRONG, JR. SOUTH DAKOTA "C o li/ e m 10 leI the world /illig 011 aJ if will." Presidenr Student A ssoc iatio n ',8 VicePreside m Fres hm:ln C l a ss '37 "Broken Dis h es I.R .L. 37. 38 "Co nqui sIa,dor" '33 Kappa D elra Sigma '37. '38 Glee Club on, '38 Kapp3. Eps i l o n '37 Long will we remembe r "Vic" as the peacemaker. This year Vic has attempted in his calm, tactful and impartial manner to pour o il over the frequently trouble d wate r s of our Stud ent A ssoc i ation meetings. MERCEDES ARRIETA CALIFORNIA "An (,'aJ)-mmded 10;11, ami aitl'flYJ tl'IIS. "Conqui stado r '38 Glee Club '38 Pre-i\ l edical Society '3S I.R .C. '38 Pat" came from "the land of sunshine" with n'er a worry. H e r goo d l ooks and winning di s po sition are "just what the doctor ordered" and there is n t a doubt in the wor ld that she will make an e xc ellent nurse. CONQUI STADOR

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PHYLLIS ANNE BUECHELE PANAMA "Everyo n e thaI looks 011 "jOlt, /OI'el 'Y0 1l." "Co nqui stado r '38 I.R .C. '38 Natura l Science UUD .H> Everyon e knows Fi While she i s r eserve d and di gnified, "Fi" is at the sam e t im e fri endly to ev e r yo n e W e hear that s h e wants t o b e a n old maid schoo l teache r but knowing h e r p ersonality w e doubt that s h e w ill achie v e h e r ambition GEORGE & CAMPBELL C ANAL ZONE "/1 wer' bit of Srotcb." Vice-P r esidc n( VICe Pre s ident Baseb::tll '37 Bas ke tball '37 Eng inee r s '37. '38 Football '37, '38 o f class 3 8 o f Eng ineers Club '38 lab Assi sr:lm ',8 Softball '37. '3 8 T t nni s C hamp '37 Track '37. '38 "Buzz," the rumo r e d wo m an-hater o f t h e C .Z. J C., p ossesses b e neath his industri o u s serio u s n ess a s p ark of S cottis h t empe r mixe d with a qui c k se n se o f humor. A co n sc i entious stud e n t, G R. has a l ways b ee n p romine n t i n t h e c lass r oo m as we ll as o n the athleti c fie l d. MARGARET COMINS PENNSYLVANIA / loU! iweelly SOl/litiS the 1 'oi,e 0/ II eood 'flIQ""I11.''' "Co nqui s tador" 3 8 G lee C lub '37. 3 8 I.R .C. 3 7. ',8 Natural Science Society Sccre taq ' 3 8 PreMedi ca l SOCit'lY ',B M amie" is a qui e t r ese rved di g nified young l a d y who is accompa ni e d a b o u t the h a ll s of t h e J.C b y a dark and h ands om e pre-m e d stude n t. H e r wit, for whi c h s h e i s we ll know n s h o uld e nliv e n the s i c k r oo m s in w hi c h s h e ex pects to nurse s om e day. GEORGE COWES PANAMA "All ('x.fJericllfe if 1111 (lrrb 10 build II/JOll," The winning s mil e of this "simpa tico m emb e r of the K appa Eps ilon m a k es G eorge one o f of our mos t agreeabl e students W e admire George s s u a v e and poli s h e d m anners and we r e ali ze that a g reat d eal of the s u c c ess of the Spa ni s h s o c i e t y during the las t two year s has b ee n due to his influence. CONQUISTADOR PAGE ELEVEI'

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PACE TWELVE ETHE L DEENEY CANAL ZON E Th e jaircJI garden in he r l ooks and ill ber mind Ibe lI,jseJf books." "Conqui s tador" '38 Tr o pical Collegian Glee Club '37 I.R.C. '37 Pre:Medi ca l Society '38 E t h e l s captivat i n g s mil e and l ove l y teeth won h e r a place in t h e composi t e picture of t h e 1937 "Ideal Girl" of t h e Junio r C oll ege, and we a r e not surpr ise d to k n ow tha t the r e is al ready some one o utsid e co ll ege w h o loves h e r s mil e W e a ll r ecogn i ze this litt l e bl onde as one o f ou r most consci e n tio u s stud e n ts. ARM ANDO GA SPERI, JR. VENEZUEL A '111"/)0 mixed renlon !lIilb pll'fUllre and lI iJ(Jom ll ,jfb lIlirrb." Pres ident Pre.;. l edicai Society '38 Engin ee r s Club '37 Tennis '38 Football '37 T rack '37, '38 l.R.C, '37. '38 Nat. Science Society '37. '38 E ve n t h o u g h h e has spent a great deal of his time with his b oo k s Armando has m aintained h is t i t l e "The Great L ove r throug h his Jun i o r Coll ege d ays. L ooking f o r ward t o his m ed ical car ee r "Dr. Gasp eri" see m s to h ave a lready v e r y w ise l y c h ose n his assistant nurse. MARY GERTRUDE GOULET C ANAL ZONE Tme ba/Jpint'u (d 1l11derJlood) com;;I! oj doing ,bin!'.J.' Glee Club '38 Kappa Eps ilon '37. '38 M a ry, a f riend to a ll i s o n e comme r c i a l student w h ose sweet di spos i t i o n d e pendability, a n d hel ping h a n d have b ee n a d mire d b y both t h e En ginee r s and t h e L i b e r a l Arts students. Mar y p lans to co n t inue h e r education at t h e C o ll ege of B usi n ess Administration i n Texas and we know t hat w h e r ever s h e goes s h e w ill have' a host of fr i e n ds MAR G ARET HAW CANAL ZONE "!Hind (dlmol jnlloll' if nor words cX.breu ber jn/illile Jll'utneJJ." "Broken Di shes Kappa D elta Sigm:t '37. P r e .. '3R "C:onq"i sI3do r"-Edir o r '38 L R,C-Trl as. 'n Glee Club '37. '38 K appa Eps i l o n ',7, ',8 H appy-Co-Luc ky" Nat. Scienc e Sociery, '38 The o n e and only phrase whic h describes M argaret adequatel y is "c h arming i n m a nner ." B e cau se of h e r inten se interest and h e r a bili ty to do a t hing we ll Margaret s h ou l d find library work extremel y inte resting. CONQUISTADOR

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MARGUERITE HORTER COLON "All the dJM1!I o f 01/ /be MIIICI.J' "Co n qui srado r ',8 H appy-G oL u c ky" I.R,C. '38 Kappa Epsil o n '37. Kappa D eha Sigma 37 .. \8 Natura l Science Socie t y '37 Tall, s l ende r and sophis ti c ated is P eg This attractive young !l;irl is always w e ll posted o n the v e r y l a t es t thing in wom e n 's appare l and nume rou s a r e the admiring g l ances that follow P eggy a bou t the c o ll eg e RUTH IE HORTER "1r'bOIC flUe ;1 IbIS so mllJically fair?" G lee Club '38 Sc<.rctary o f Soph o m ore Class ',8 Kappa Epsilon '38 COLON "Rut h i e," a n e ff ic i ent and industri o u s littl e s t enographe r c l ai m s t hat h e r fav o ri te h ob b y i s s in ging t o h e r friends, N o won d e r h e r c lassmates con s id e r h r r one o f t h e most amusing comp anions i n t i1a Junior C o ll ege; no wonde r Ru thie won the title last year o f the Most Date d Girl. DANIEL P, KILEY CANAL ZONE "As Iriib (/s SI. Ptlfri cl;" President o f Class '37 and ',8 Baske tball 'n '\8 H appy-Go-Lud..y" En,r:inecr s (llib 'n. '38 Tr ack ')7, rOOtball '37. ',8 Softball '37. '38 H andso m e D a n -The L a di es Man" s h ows t hat h e i s a true so n o f Ire l and in his l ove of conflict and hi s b e lli ge r e n t a t t i t ud e toward things t hat he c on s id e r s wro ng, D a n who has h a d t h e h o n o r o f b eing c lass presi d e n t f o r two year s, has proved himself t o b e a n exce ll ent lead e r, RENAUD LEON PANAMA "Mosl /lIortby gellflewrlll" "Conqui s tadur '38 I.R C. 'lH PreM edical Society B e for e entering t h e Junior Coll ege, "Mr, L eo n ," anothe r pre-me d stude n t attende d schoo l in China. H e has in his possess ion a n e x ce ll ent store of knowl e d ge a s w e ll as inter esting ex p erie n ces M embe r s of the I.R.C will r e m embe r the entertaining t a lk s w hi c h this student has g iv e n b e for e the club. CONQU\STADOR PAGE THIRTEEN

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PAGE FOURTEEN FRANCES MAGUIRE CANAL ZONE "YOIl bave a merry beart." K appa D elta Sigma '37. '38 Kappa Ep silo n '37 "Franny" is the pride and jo y of the com me r c i a l department, A t t h e sam e time that s h e has b ee n r ece i ving h e r education s h e has also b ee n working as a sec retary, H e r animation and pe r sonality help to m a k e h e r a typical Iris h miss, BETTY PHILLIPS CANAL ZONE "And her dark eyes-how eloquent "Conquistado r '38 Glee Clu b H appyGo-Luc ky" Kappa Delta Sigma '38 "Tropical Collegian"-Art. Ed. I. R.c.-Secy. '37, '38 This vivaciou s littl e d ark-eye d girl possesses t h e depend a bility and initia tiv e that has placed her in t h e mids t of our college activiti es. Her per so n a li ty radiates a typical co ll eg iate air, and her se n se of humo r ex p e ls those dull m o ments preceding examinations, CULBERT H, SHEDLOCK NEW' YORK "/I man he Jeelllf, 0/ cbeer/1I1 yesterday lllld con/idem tomorrows," "COnQlli S f3d o r '38 B aseball '38 B asketball '37. '38 foo[b,1I '37, '38 C!ub 37, '38 Softb,1I '37. '38 Track '37, '38 \\laterpol o '37. '38 Natura l Scie nce Society '37, '38 Bon v ivant" see m s to be Culbert' s motto and his a d v ic e to the e n ginee r s i s eat drink, and b e merry It is ev ident that h e is one enginee r who in year s to come w ill recall with pleasure his days at the C.Z.J.C, GEORGE D, SHELTON PANAMA "The allJwer /0 infinity dh,jded by ill/illily." E n ginee r s Club '37 PreJ\l edica l Society '38 So( ball '37 \XI:ucr polo '37. '38 A pseudonymn w hi c h we h eard frequently last year was B oy Prodigy"-an excellent n a m e for George, the student w h o is a lways right. It has been said that G eorge i s a s k eptic and his c lassroom p hilosophy is that everything must be qu es t ioned; n evertheless, s u c h philosophy should lead to s ucc ess in George' s c h osen fi e ld m e di cine. CONOUISTADOR

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IRA SOLENBERGER NORTH DAKOTA T o know bow t o bide Oil;:'; ability iJ a g real skill." I. R .C. 37, President '38 W ater P o l o '38 B eneath Ira' s qui e t unassuming air i s a fo r ce ful p e r sonality that arises to the front w h e n n e c essary H e r e is one student who has d efinite l y decid e d to l aunch out into the business fi eld afte r g r aduation. JAMES H. SPALDING JR. MASSACHUSETTS "/-Ie III'( J at pea ce Uli:b alt mankind." "Bro k e n Di s h es" Tr opica l Collegian K appa D ella Sigm a '37 Jimmy t h e co ll e g e s king o f sw ing, is our one m a n b and, but t h e drums a r e his s p ec i a l ty I n Brok e n Di s h es ." t h e 3 7 Junio r Coll ege p lay, Jimmy di s pl ay e d hi s dra mati c a bili ty and mad e an ex c e ll ent vill a in. JOHN STEVENS ILLINOIS "1I7bo tbollg/) defeated would agree ilill." I.R .C '37. '38 Tr o pical Colleg i a n '37 "Subtle J ohnny ," w h ereve r h e goe s, has num erous jo k es and t o n g u e tw ister s with w hich to amuse hi s compa ni o n s Nothing eve r both e r s this l a d and w i t h h is nonch a lant and s uave m anne r h e l ends a n air o f sophisticati o n to ou r n oble h a ll s CAMERA SHY CHARLES GORNELL PANAMA BETTY II. COMLEY CANAL ZONE "Cre(ll iu 1,/1 tbing! bil l Jltltll rc. '} Eng rs. Cl u b '37, '38 S o f tball '37 Ch a rl es who is Mr. Meadow crowft' s assis t a n t is the k eepe r of the k eys in our c oll ege. H e is o n e o f t h e f ew r ese r ve d and quiet e n ginee r s, and i s re co g ni ze d as a serio u s sc h o l a r T w ould b e a pleasan t world if we a ll h a d a di spos i t ion lik e Cha rli e s. CONQ U ISTADOR Tbe 1 0 t i C ligbt i" ber eye "Conqu i s t ador" '3R I. R .C. 38 Natur a l Scie n ce Soc icry '37. '38 G l ee Club '38 B etty k now n as the Best D a n ce r in o u r co ll ege is t hat effervescent quintessence o f happiness s ee n fli t ting through the h a ll s o f the C.Z J.C. Fo r tunate in p ossess in g a h a p p y go lu cky air Bet is one stud e n t w h o seems to b e a l ways s itting on top of t h e wor ld PAGE FIFTEEN

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E S J 1 M E N kEf fO rlEo;ht, tOp row : Webb He,l r n e, Carroll Cabell. Eleta. W llli;lIn Ovalle, Ed-ward Dwell e. J ohn S lrldl g, Uaude Ander. so n Geolgc Smith. L awren<.e Rid ge, George S t yer, Lharles Van Stccnbcrlo;. Second row' George Penton Leo Sne deker Koben 1\leCorm ack. D o n a ld SuI. son W inter Collms, J a me s M e i gs, P e t e r Ende r J o hn WhHc, BUri a n Mead, EdWIn Segard, Arthur Pi ri sky. ThIrd row: Marj o flc Warn e r M a r y J ane Woodruff. Ba r bar a (,0 min s, M a d eline: Wasso n Nat a I I a Bender, Maxin e Blunden. Slllfley L o rd Sally Z: unbl era. G i b son Caroline H age n H e l ene H erz berg, Nel\la P alaCio, Ekano r Li ndo. H e len Gro.o;s man t\lafleud Tan z 0 I a, Virginia \X/el<.h. L esl i e Stevens. R egir.a QUllln, Ruth W righr. Jack Siler, Harri e t Weir Ruth Bauman. V e r a M i t -c n ell, Doroth y DuVall, Maqorie Ande r so n F ourth r o w : V i r gInia L u t z, B etsy R oss. l"l acel G oulet, Kathleen Phi Jltps. Geneviev e F o ley Tim Cox. EaT! Robinson, Bob Eri c k. so n Martin Bull oc k J anet Barnes, Anne Corrigan, Edith CanRuth Hyde, Murie l Mullane. Mary H y de Fihh row: f e r-nando Eleta. Ma ttes Orr. Vin cent Ridge. H arry Dockery, Geo rge Juan Mendez. R ob ert Novey. Eduardo A l ba. Ja c k Rin ehart. G r a ham Brother s o n David Sa. vage, Todd Lipzinski.

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The Class Of 19 39 The fres hm a n class was o r ga nized on Ocwber 5, 1937, a nd at their fir s t offic i a l ge t -wge th e r the fre s hm c n elected Bob Erickson as p resident, Earl "Rube" R o bin son as vice-p r eside nt Tim Cox as sec ret a ry, M a rtin Bull oc k as t r eas ur er, a nd Mr. B uck l ev as adv i ser. From the Outc.cmc o f th e e l e cti o n it ap p ea r ed that th e were goin g w ru n the class from th e b eg innin g. The co l ors c h osen w be ca rried b y the en thu s iastic fr eshmen were n avy blue and white. The 1 939'e r s e nt e r ed int o th e spirit of college life i mmediate l y a nd a ppropri a t ed f o r th e m selves th e spec i a l d i s t i n ction of being th e l a r ges t as well as th e m os t int e lligent ahem! class in t h e hi story o f theit dear young a lm a m a t er. They virtually outnumbered the sop h s tw O w one, but thi s fact ga in ed th em n o thing during the famed H ell \ '(Iee k," as eac h a n d every f ros h received his full s h are o f initiation. The ir lu ggi n g books to college in r uitcases a nd th eir numetous other task s during this hard wee k as s l aves o f the sop homore s will b e blurr ed in th e minds o f the fres hm e n o n l y b y the s till m ore vivid occasio n of a ce rt a i n eveni n g a t the Y ac ht Club w h e n the sop h o m ores clim axed their week s e vil doings b y giving a welcome dance in h onot o f th e fres hmen One m arty r lik e being was introduced w J.e. w i th th e cla:s of '39-F oo F oo came int o being a few weeks a ftet the open i ng semeste r a s ini s ter mys t erious figu r e w ho, th o u g h never actually seen by any body, p l ayed a n im po rt a nt pa rt in the l ivcs of eac h a n d every college s tud e nt. I n hi s bri e f l if e a t C.Z.J.c. F oo was a ver y active f orce. To Foo was a ttribute d vast numbers o f unsi g n ed l etters a nd drawi n gs w h ich : wayed th e college in it s voti n g and in i ts politic a l p l a tf orms. T o F oo was a ttribut ed num erous c h a lk and era ser raids which left the enemy fumin g, thr ea t e nin g w give students a week s A.\'(I.O.L. In sho rt F oo co uld do a n y thin g, a nd whether it did a n y thin g or n ot, i t was blamed f o r everything, F oo fin ally met his e n d at th e h a n ds of one Mr. M ea dowCJ oft, w ho co n s tru c ted a s pe c i a l scaffo l d in t h e En g ineerin g Drawing L a b o rawry o n which F oo was h a n ged by th e neck till dead. Hi s g h ost h a unted Mr. Meadowcwfr f o r severa l days. but r oon went the way of all good g h os ts, a nd has never b een see n since. P oo r o l d Foo! Good o l d fre s hmen! CONQUISTADOR PAGE SEVENTEEN

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Th e J unior College Student Ass o ciation The first meeting of th e Canal Zone Junio r College Stud e nt As so ciat i on for the schoo l year 19 37 38 "'as ca lled September 28, 1937. The office r s elected were: president, the non-committa l Vicror vice-president, handsome J ack Siler ; sec retary Vera Mitc h ell; treasurer honest Winter Collins. Lat e r in t h e yea r R egi n a Quinn was elec ted as su bstitute secre t ary The srudent assoc i a tion conducted f or the students a nd by the srude nt s has helped ro create a o f co-opera ti o n in the college. L o n g will we remem b e r the impressive spe e c he s that were g ive n in our student meetings ove r the Question o f whether the banquet s h o uld be held a t the Century Club or th e Uni on Club. These ora ti ons dio indeed pur president i a l campa i g n speec h es ro s h a me! In fact the speakers held U 5 in s u c h a sway th at at one m ee tin g we vOted ro g i ve the banquet a t the Uni o n Clu b and at the following meeti n g voted ro c h a n ge ro the Ce ntur y Club. H owever, th e Sh ed l owski Pla n fell through whe n the Ce ntur y Club closed it s doors a nd the Union C1uh suppo rter s were h appy again. Unfortunately our meetings some time became a Jitrle roo confused and w hil e everyone was wondering what would h appe n o f cou rse, Vicror h ad th e s i tu a t i o n well i n h a n d, bur we d i dn t k n ow what was in his hand -ro our rescue would come Senaror J o hn Stevens calli n g f o r a poi nt o f o rder Well, order was what we needed Some o f th e (did I sa)' spea k e rs?) who deserve hon erab l e mention a r e: D a n Ki ley, M a r gare t H aw, Berry Phi lli ps Cu l bert Shed l ock, and M arjorie Anderson. EIGHTEEN CONQUISTADOR

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o f (he G I Fl (LUB. l eft to righl tOp row' beu) PhilliP! {\I : 1 del I n (. Edith Cannon. P a l Arriul. \'( -ebb H earne Anhur Plri\kr, H arry H elcn G r o .... man Sally ZamblCr:l P:lh), Gibso n r o w : M argaret H .tw, {\:argaret Comins, {\I a( jo r ie A nder so n. Vin cen' R i d ge VictO r Ar m strong, M rs. B aker. di r ect o r B ill O\' allc. Bob {\l cCormack, H e le n e H e r zbe r g, Nelva P a l ac i o. Natalia B ender. Fr o nt row : Ca r o l ine H age n Bar. ba r a Co m ins, {\I a r jo r i e \'(farn e r {\Iary Jane Woodr u ff R uth Bau man V e r a Mit c h e ll. R uth Wrig ht C h arles Van Ste e n berg. Dor o th y D u V all, B etty (lomley, R ut hi e Ho:t ec. R egina Quinn E leanor L ind o, M anha An draJe.

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The College Glee Club "Sin g befor e Lun c h wou l d h ave been a s uit a bl e the m e so n g for the Junior C ollege G l ee Club that was o r ga niz e d uncle r th e directio n o f Mrs H ele n C. B aker. College h a d ju s t begun when a l a tge and en thusi as ti c group o f so n gsters mer to orga nize the Glee Club. It was de c i ded rhat the Tuesd a y noon h o ur woulcl be th e mOst co nv enient time for all the s tud e nt s to as :embl e I n December the Junior College so n g bird s m ade their fir s t apJOearance before the publi c in the Christmas Communit y Enterta in ment Progr a m h e l d a t th e B a l b oa Clubho u se. H e re the membe r s of the Glee Club sang severa l trad i t i o n a l Chri s tm as caro l s th e only tropi ca l reminder o f a n o rth e rn Christmas. The seco nd publi c appeara n ce o f t h e G l ee Club was m a de o n W ed n e : day evenin g, M arc h 1 6, in th e Junior College Mus i c Room On the Mus i c Pr ogra m g i ven by th e Coll ege a nd Alumni Mus i c Groups und er t h e direction Mrs. B a k e r the m e m be r s o f th e G l ee Club san g th e follo win g numbe rs: Sencl O ut Thy Light ........... .... ... .................................. Gounod L ove l y Appea r fr o m th e R eciempliol1 ............. ... .Goun o d Italia from L llcre z ifl B o r gi(/ ...... ......... ...... . ......... Donizett i The meml:er s of th e G l ee Club w h o h a d h e lped to decorate the Mu s i c Room were hig h l y co m plimenred f o r rhe ir excellent wo rk The s in g i n g was e nj oye d so much that th e group w as a s k ed to appea r o n the Musi c Festival Program in A pri!. CONOUI STA[)O R PAGE TWENTY-ONE

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EditOr-in-chief ...... Ass istant EditOr Bus iness M a na g er EditOrs PhotOgrap h ers .... ContributOrs M ake-up .. Typisrs F ac ulry Advi se r.. Th e Conqui s tador ........ M arg(lret H({1l' ... i'vr artil1 lJuli ock ...... C harles V (J.1Z St ee1lberg ... Culb er t Shedlock Victor Armstrol1g ... ... R e n alld L eon R obert M c C orm({ck ......... . . Et hel D eeney Da v i d S a l age M arth" Andrtlcle ... Betty C01lde,. P hyllis B ueche l e M "rgaret C 01llim P eggy H or t er Car oline H a gel1 Arthltr Pi, isk y Bett y Phillip s ........ Rltl h H o r ter M e rcedes Arrieta ................. Miss J essup PAGE TWI ,NTYTWO CONQUISTADOR

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The Tropical Collegian The Tropical C olle[!,ia/l in it s second year o f publication h as co ntinued th e hi g h standard set b y th e m agazine las t year. Eac h o f th e seve n numbe rs print ed rhis yea r h as been a spl e ndid exampl e o f th e c reative a bility o f the Junio r College Students. Muc h of the s u ccess o f thi c seco nd vol ume of th e magazine h as b ee n due to th e skill and p erseverance o f th e sta ff composed of the f ollowi n g students: Editor-in-Chief... News Editor ...... Literary Editor Co l umnist Sci ence Editor ................. !:loys' Spo rts Editor .. .. Girls Sp O rts Editor Art Editor .... Busin e:s M a n age r ... ....... R"Ih Wright. '39 .. .... Yirgil1it/ Lulz. '39 ...... H e lene Herzker g '39 .......... .Iv l nrjorie Al1derJo1,. '39 .................. ,jo/m Sic/di g 39 .. .... j ack Siler. '39 ....... R"lh B tlllllla .1I '39 ...Belly PhillipJ. '38 ... j ameJ Spa/dillg. '38 C ir cula tion M a n age r ................ .. .............. B elJy R Off. '39 T y pin g-Mimeog raphin g Fac ulty Advi se r s .......... CONOUISTADOR ... / ?llth {-lorler '38 P at Arriela. '38 Peggy H or ter. '38 Kalbleen PhillipJ. '39 F rtll/ceJ Maguire. '38 M ary G oulel, '38 t1/ace l G Olllel. '39 D oro tby D uVall. '39 R C. Hackel!, P. L. Slarbuck, Miff j eff1lp PAGE TWENTYTHRE

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E N G I NEER S p iClur e d l eft to rig ht 101' ro w J ame.. l\feig<;, Winter (" 0 I lin L awrence Rid ge, G eorge McFadde n V i nccnt R idge. C h a rle s G 0 r n C I I G eo r ge F e nl o n M3[[es Orr H a rr y D oc k e q. Vict o r Arm s tr o n g J ac k Sil er C harles V an Steen berg. Fr o nt r o w : G r aha m Br o t h er so n Dan K i l ey, Ge o rge Campbell Mr M e a d o w cro f t advi s er L e o Snedeke r n Bul l oc k T i m Cox E dwa rd Co y l e. J o hn Siad ig. C u l befl S h ed l oc k an d Clau d e A nder s on

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The Enginee rs The En ginee r s they h ave n o fears! \Vith thi s s l oga n as t h e i r b a ttle c r y r h e year 19 3 73 8 h as s een t h e mi g hty E n g ineer s pu s h f orward to g r eate r v i ctor i es in m ak ing th e i r influen ce felt w ithin a nd with o ut th e walls o f rh e Junio r College. The i r uniry has b ee n achieve d as a result o f a commo n occupa ti o n a l aim mutu a l sc h o lasti c h a r ds hips, a nd a ge n e r a l sco rn f o r Lib e r a l Arts. T h e ir clp!"it de co rpl i s r e m a rk able a nd in uniq ue ways they h ave s i g n ifie d th e ir int e nti o n s to secur e th e ir u nity. They h a v e r i g i d l y enforced th e ir tw o-minute limit f o r L.A."s v i o l a tin g th e sanctit y o f roo m s 3 04 a n d 3 10 w ith threats o f b odily e jecti o n if a n o ff e nd e r f ails to y i eld to a r a in o f e r ase r s clay, a nd c h alk. A m a t er i a l s i g n o f th e E n g in eers cl a n nis hn ess i s th e ir donning o f n avy blu e swea r s hi rrs w ith "c. Z. T e c h inscrib e d in l a r ge, w hit e ac r oss th e c h est. The g r ow in g c apita l o f th e E n gi n ee r s Club a nd th e s u ccess o f the No-Credit A ssoc i atio n whi c h l evies a t ax of five ce nt s ( t e n cents in rhe case o f Mr. M ea d owc r oft) o n s u c h evils as b o rrow in g a nd t ard i n ess, r evea l th e E n g in ee r s a sp ir atio n s toward celf -improve m ent a n d p r e e nt s co nclu s i ve evide n ce th a t th e ir l oya lt y reac h es deep int o t he i r poc k e t s The En ginee r s' m e nt o r i s Mr. A J M eadowcro ft. The ir offi c i a l s a r e Cl a ud e And e r so n p r e s i de nt ; G. R Ca m p b ell, v i ce p r es i dent; a n d J o hn S t a di g, sec r e r a ry-tr ea lIfe r ; th e ir un o ffi c i a l s a r e D a ni e l P Kiley, h ea d po liti ca l e n g in ee r ; C ul bert S h e dl oc k th e E n g in ee r : l obbyi s t a n d L eo th e Lio n Sne d e k e r chie f bull -sess i o ni s t. The ac tiviti es o f th e Club a r e numero us. The m a j o r o n es a r e o f pro f ess i o n a l n ature ; a n d in co njun ctio n w i t h th e e n gineer in g fiel d co ur s e th e y includ e field trips o f sci e ntifi c a nd c ultur a l i nt e r es t. The E n g in eers h ave b ee n to th e U.S.S. CHARLESTON, to th e Miraflores l oc k s for a n in spec ti o n o f m e th o d s o f l oc k ope r a ti o n ro A lb roo k F i e l d 1O e x a min e s i x o f th e n ew B-I 7 b o m be r to th e Co mmi ss a r y Pl ant at M ount H o pe, to M a dd e n D a m a nd to th e a u x ili a r y p owe r h o u se a t Mirafl o res. The t enta tiv e progra m f o r th e r e m a inder o f th e yea r in clud es v i s it s to th e M ec h a ni c a l Div i s i o n s S h o p s to th e U nit e d St ates R a di o St a ti o n s a t B a lb oa a n d Summit, a nd to th e N aval A mmuni t i o n Dump. Profess i o n a l ac ti v iti es ar e a l so in th e f o rm o f lectures. O ut standing events o f th e yea r we r e Mr. Bu ckley's ,eri e s o f inf o rm a l l ec ture s on the "Theo r y o f R e l a tivity" a n d a discussi o n o f B a lli s ti c s" by C o l o n e l R H S o m e rs, U.S A Wha t th e E n g in ee r s do in th e ir l a b o r a tory work w as s h o wn to th e publi c w h e n they hel d ope n-h o u se at th e b eginning o f th e seco nd t e rm und e r th e s u perv i s i o n of Mr. Buckley. CONQ U I S TADOR PAGE T WENT Y f l v E

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H owe ver the Engineers' inrere st' are nOt co n fined to their tuture ptOfession_ In the Student As soc iation meeting s the power of th e E n g ineers faction and the except i ona l po liti ca l talent of its members we r e e x hibited many times particularly in the memorable Century Club vs, Union Club affair. Rumors h ave it t h at certain Engineers o n th e night o f the banquet will yet bring box l unc h es to eat on the s t eps o f the defeated Century Club The Engineers broke int o h ead l ines a : a resu l t o f th e ir s it -down on being shut Out o f room 3 0 4 by T o m Girdl e r M eadowcro ft. The crisis dramatically e nd ed with the introduction of th e a rt rOom as a study h all and the s upposed expu l sion of six over-ac ti ve members Sympathy of the Engineers for the Chinese cause l ed to a boycott o f a U Jap shirts a n d underwear by all s tudent, who still h ad shirts :1)1d underwear. The Engineers' arti s tic ta s te is sati sfied o n the blackboard in their <.!rawing room w h ere they execute r emarka bl e lik enesses and caricatu r es o f their colleag ues. Undoubted ly, the greatest work of a rt of the year was the clay bust of Lui gi I wh i ch was accorded ceremonious unveil ing a t its compl e ti on, Duting one lun ch h out a group of Engineers co mbin ed their know l edge of sci ence a nd engineering w ith their im ag in atio n a n d m an l y strenth-Result: The AtOmic Structure of F oo, This was the g i ga ntic undertaking of piling drawing boards on stOol s combined with T squares in a compl ex arra n gemenr unril five suc h forms st r etched from the floo r to the ce ilin g of room 304. Many _of the Engin eers are crea ti ve write rs; all a r e brilliant sa tirists. Outle t for th e ir m a t chle : s poetry, sat ir ical essays a nd spar klin g w it is the E1IR i'lleer, a periodic a l edited o n their bulletin board. Shed l owski in hi s "Theory of Velocitivity start l ed the world with his length y explanations of puzzling physical phenome na_ In anoth e r in s t a n ce, a letter to the editOr exposing the ta c tics of the Engineers o utst a nding politician, Mr. Kiley l ed to a popular demand for a coutse o n methods o f graft, railr oading, and fr a ud to be given by Profes so r Kiley. The Enginee r s' soc i a l achievemenrs n eed littl e mention Memor a ble to them i s the two-day v i sit of a boat l oad of beau tiful Southern belles_ The high spOt on their socia l calendar is Mr. M eado wcroft s tra d iti o n a l "bea n bust" a pure l y stag a ff a ir. An intellectua l atmosp here prevail s in the En gineers' classes a n d s tudy h alls, but it i s interrupt ed by soft feminine vo i ces calling "C harl es," "Dan," "Harry," "Chuck" Or "Ja-a-a-ac k." Another PAGE T WFNTY-SIX CONQUISTADOR

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p l easing di s tf3 cr i o n is th e En ginee r s' r egula r flirt at i o n s w i t h th e "Girl in th e Junior Hig h." Ev ents o f g r ea t int e rest we r e rh e M eadowcrofts', Colli n ges', H ac k e rrs blesse d e v ents, th e l as t o f w hich was accompanied by rhe di rriburi o n o f free c i ga rs. O n l y t he E n g in ee r s h oweve r we r e m e n e n oug h ro inh a l e th e fumes o f th ese powe rful symbo l s o f th e sro rk E v en th o u g h indi v idu alis m has b ee n d i scouraged, th e En gineers 1 r e not a h o m oge n eo u s lot So m e o f rhe ir d i s tin c ti ve p e r a n alit i es are s milin g k eepe r o f rhe k eys" C h a rli e G o m ell; "Casa n o v a" R a n ce; "Zissim o" T y p a l dos. cart oo ni s t ex tr ao r dina r),; Mi c k ey" M c F adde n s h o rt bur s hifr y fullb ack; P orky" F e nron m ains tay o f th e college's f oo t ball te a m ; B eow ulf D anie ls, m os t mu s ically inclined a nd f a m ous f o r th e rr a n s -cam p u s Hig h c o f his c1e\'erly des i g n ed a irpl a n es; J ack S iler a n d Burt M ead, wh ose h i-de -hi s" a n d h o deh os" ec h o rhrou g h the w alls o f th e college; Vin ce" Ridge a n d "Doc" D oc k e ry, p ote nti a l big l eag uers; a n d N apo l eo n Broth e r so n w h o m O r e th a n o n ce n ea r l y received a twO wee k s' vacar i o n f o r thro w in g erase r s a t Jim M eigs. D ese r v in g co n gra tul a ti o n s a r e M a tt es Orr a n d M arty" Bull oc k m os t sch o l a rly a n d h a r d-wo r k in g e n gi n ee rs. An y hi sro r y o f th e En ginee r c wou l d b e inco m p l ete w ithout m e n lion o f th e ir sweerhea rt Ruthie H o rt e r w h ose regular v i s it s d o n e mu c h to e l e v a t e th e ir m o r a le. In co ncl us i o n o n e may State th a t th e E n g in eers' growt h p hysi c ally, soc i ally a n d int ellectually, i n d icat es t h at will h ave a success f u l car ee r in a n ob l e occ u pa ti o n CONQulSTADQR PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN

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o ( the IN TER.NATIONAL RELATIONS C.LUB left t o rig ht (r a ni r o w : R u th H y d c. P a t s y Gib so n Kathleen Phillips, Mr. H a c k cl!, spo n so r Ma c e l G o ulet I r a S o ienberger Bel I Y Phillips. R o bert McCormac k Ruth Bau man Vera Mitchell Barbara Comins. Second row : Margaret Com ins. Mer c ede s Arrieta Betty Co mie y Ph y lli s Bue c hele Mar guerite Horter. Helene H e rzb e rg. H e l en Grossman. Ruth Wright, M 3 rjorie And e r son. Margaret H aw Bac k Armando Gas pe r i Vict o r Arms trong Ja c k Rinehart. Arthur Pi r i s ky. J o hn StadLg Winter Co llins.

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The International Relations Club The Intern a ti o n a l Rel atio n s Club foun ded a n d spo n sored b y Me. Hack e tr a nd a ffili a t e d with th e Ca rne g i e E n do wm e nt f or Inte rn a ti o n a l P eace, i s a clu b o r ga niz e d f o r th e purpose o f a n d discussing i nt e rn at i o nal affa irs. But b esides th e r egula r t a lks a t th e m ee tin gs, th e r e a re fre qu e ntl y l ect ur es g i v en b y memb e r s w h o h ave h a d th e o p po r [Unit y o f livin g in f o r e i g n l a nd s a nd o b se r ving s tr a n ge c u sto ms. For ins t a n ce thi s year R e n a ud L eo n thr ee year s a s tu de nt in a uni ve r s it y i n C hina, gave twO int e r e : rin g add r esses o n e o n college lif e i n C h i n a a n d th e Oth e r o n T ao i s m a C hin ese r elig i o u s syst e m Eac h year th e club has p r ese nt ed to th e publi c some projec t o f inte rn a ti o n a l i m p o rt a nce. Thi s yea r o n F e b r u ary 7, it spo n so r ed a ,-ympos iumm o n th e s ubj ec t o f United S t a t es n e u t r ality whic h was give n b y th e s p eec h class. On May 1 3, th e club in coo p e r at i o n with t h e B a lb oa a n d C r i to b a l H ig h Sch oo l s a r ra n ged a progra m rep r ese nt ing a m oc k sess i o n o f th e Sen ate o f th e U n i t ed S t a t es de b a tin g t h e proposed Nicar agua n Ca n al. During th e y e a r th e I.R.C. has h eld seve r a l soc i a l functi o n s a n d o utin gs in additi o n to carr ying o n it s serio u s w o rk In O c tob er th e r e was a H allowee n part y a nd d a n ce a t th e Yacht Club a n d in F e bru a r y t h e re was a b eac h part y a t Am a d or. In M a r c h th e r e was a n e nj oyable m ee tin g o n An co n Hill as well as a n in s rru ct i ve tri p to Gol d Hill f a m o u : f o r th e proble m s it offe r ed in openin g th e Gailla r d Cu t Tho u g h a t ti mes th e club has see min g l y l ived th e lif e o f a n In noce nt R eve lry Co r poratio n i t s m e m bers h ave wo rke d and b e n efi t ed fro m th e ir p a rti c ipatio n in it s acti v itie. Its office r s Ira Sol e nb e r ger, p r es i de nt ; R o b e rt M cCo rm ac k v i ce-p r esident; B e tt y Ph illi p s secre t ary; a nd M ace l Goule t tr eas ur e r h ave bee n l a r g el y r espo n s ib le f or s ustainin g inter es t a n d e nthu s iasm th ro u g h o ut th e year a n d i t s a d v i se r Me. H ac k e tt ha.; b ee n s uccessful in co n se rvin g this i nt e rest a nd ell t hu s iasm in w o rth w hil e p roj ects. CONQUI STADOR PAGE T WENTY N I N E "CANAL ZONE COLLEGE LIBRARY"

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J\lembers o f KAPPA D ELT A SIGMA, l efc to righ e front row: H e lene H erzberg, Macel Goul et, Marj orie Anderson. Dan Kiley, Margare t Haw. Jack Siler R egi n a Quinn, R u d l Baum an .Marguerite H o rter. Beuy Phillins. Back row: Burton J'vl ead, Edward Dwelle, Winter Coll in s. Miss Je ss u p, adviser, John Stadig R obert McCormack, VictOr Armsmmg. Kappa Delta Sig111a Ka p pa Delt a S i g ma, Co U eg e Dra m a ti c S oc iet y w hi c h was o r ganized b y Miss M oo d y in 1 933, a im s pr i m arily to s tu dy a n d pr oduce plays, b ut a lso l e nd s fin a n c i a l suppo rt to s tu de nt activ iti es. I t s contribut i o n h e lp s to m ake possi b l e th e publicatio n o f th e C o nqui s t a d or." A t t h e beg innin g o f 1 9371 938 th e Soc i e t y ente r e d up o n a n ew year o f ac hi eveme nt w h e n th e fir s t m ee tin g was h eld. M a r ga r e t H aw took c h a r ge o f th e m ee tin g and, b y a un a nim o u s vo t e wa s c h ose n president o f t h e Soc i e ty. J ac k Sil e r was e l ec ted vice-preside nt a nd Danie l Kiley, secreta r y-t r ea ur er. H appy-Go-Lucky:' a thr ee-ac t f a f ce b y GLenn Hug h es, was c h ose n as the major Junior College play to be pr ese nt e d during th e year. This p lay was s taged o n November ] 2 a t th e B a l b oa Clubh o u s e PAGE THIRTY CONQUI S T A D O R

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a nd on November 1 9 at the Cri sto bal Hig h Schoo l Auditorium where for the fir st t im e a Junio r College p lay was presented. T h e r o m a nt ic l eads in H a ppy-Go-Luck y were t ake n by M ar b aret H aw a nd Roger Ad a ms. J o hn M agu ir e as the crac ked-p o t in e ntor deserves commendation for hi s performance. The im p e rtinent butch e r-knifin g m a i d, as portrayed b y Betty Phili ps threaten ed to s t ea l the s h ow. Other members of th e cas t deserving spec i a l menti o n are: M ace! Gou l et, as th e v ery club-mind ed moth e r ; R obert M cCormack as th e tir ed bu s i ness m a n ; Mar g u e rit e H o rter as the hau g hty Mrs. L a n g; D an Ki ley a!: Mr. Lan g; H e l e n e H erzbe r g, as the s i s t er; Ja c k Siler as th e h a nd so me Italia n baton; Ruth Bauman as a n indi g n ant a unt a nd Burt on Mead as Tom J ac k so n. In Febru a ry, twO o n e-act plays we r e prese nt ed at the Littl e Theatre a nd again in th e Cristo b a l High Sch oo l Auditorium. These p lays we r e: Augu s tu s D oes H i s B it a war sa tire b y Geo r ge Bernard S h aw, a n d T h e P osr:crip t a deli g htful comedy by Emile Au gier. M arjorie / \nders o n a nd Burt o n M ead were excellent as th e h a u ghty w i dow a nd rhe l ove -sick l a n d l o rd in "The P os tscript. Winter Co llin s m ade a n e ffecti ve s t age de but in "Augu s tu s D oes His Bit," while b o th R egina Quinn, as the attractive you n g l ady, a nd R o bert M cCor m ac k as Au g u s tus, gave their u s u a l excellent performa n ces, Muc h o f th e cre dit for th e succe : s ful dra mati c work of th e year IS due to Mr. S ub e rt Turby fill w h o has ser ve d as d ir ector o f Junior College d ram a tic s during Miss M oody s l eave o f a b se n ce a nd has g iven c h eer f ully a nd untir i n g l y hi s time a nd hi s e n e r gy as well as valu a bl e ins t ruction in the art o f actin g. CONQUI S T ADOR PAGE THIRTY -ONE

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o f KAPPA EFSllON. l e tt 1 0 n g h t top r o w : Nelu P a I a c i a. Mad e lin e \'(Ia 5so n Bar bar a Cvmin s. j a c k R ln l' ha n B ill O v alle. Vicro r Arm s tr o n g. M r C a r s o n ad v i so r M a c el Goule . Geor g e S h e l tOn W int e r Co lli ns. Ele an o r linda. Sally Z ambl e r a iY..:mha An d r a d e Middl e r ow : t'V1a r ga r e t Haw, M a r gue rit e H oner. Ruth Bau man Reg ina Quinn. H e l e n Grossman Ann e Corri gan. L ari os Elet a Vir gi ni a \ ':fe l c h Mar y j a n e \'(/00 d r u f f j a n et Barn e s. N a [3 I i a B e nd e r Marj orie An d e r s o n M a r y Fr o nt row : Kathleen Ph illips A u r e lio Alha Vera lVl i r c h ell. D o rorh y Du\' all. Juan Mend ez. Ruth H yde F ernando Elet3 Patsy Gibso n Geo r ge COWl'S, Ruthie H o n e r Bett y Co ml ey G raham B r ot h e r so n Caro lin e Hage n

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Kappa Epsilon The o r ga nizati o n of th e K appa Epsilo n Sp a nisb Soc i e t y o f rhe college, dates fro m 19 34 wh e n Mr. i dealize:! a soc i ety f o r c ultur a l purposes in rh e C a n a l Z o ne Junio r C ollege. The m embe r s o f the so c iety have spon sore d le c rur e s by pr o min e nt L a tin spea k e r s and h a v e m a de their a nnual Cbristma s lun c be o n a tr a diti o n a l enterta inin g in tb e Junio r Colle ge During rhe past f o ur year s the office r s o f tb e club h ave s u cces s fully co ndu c t e d th e affa ir s o f the o rg a n i z a ti o n Thi s y ea r tb e o ffi ce r s with Fern a nd o Elet a as presid ent, and Geo r g e Co we s v i cepr esident, Ruth H y de, s e c ret a ry, a nd P a tsy Gibso n tr eas ur e r h ave f ollowe d th e same p a th Dr. Aug u s tin d e l Za s y S a n c h ez, f o rm erly o f th e U niv e r s it y o f M a drid was th e o ut s tandin g s p e aker o f th e y e ar. His s ubj ec t f o r l ec tur e "Art W o nd e r s o f th e Alhambra' a n d pro v e d to b e o f g r ea t int e r es t to th e g en e r a l public. The Ele t a broth e r s n e wly a rri ve d s tu d ents from Spain m a d e frequ e nt t a lk s a t se ver a l m ee tin gs o f th e club co n ce rnin g co nditi o n s l eading u p to th e Sp a ni s h C ivil W ar. O c rob e r 27 m a rk e d the fir s r so c i a l e v ent o f the y ear. Mr. Ca r so n e ntert a in e d th e memb e r s o f th e S p a ni s h S oc iet y a t a del ightfu l eve nin g pa rt y give n in hi s h o me. L a rin mu s i c, tOgerhe r w irh o th e r ente rt ain in g s urpri se fille d th e e v e nin g w ith a n a tm os pb e r e o f ga ity. Tbe s eco nd s oc i a l event was th e tr a diti o n a l Chri s tmas lun c b eo n o n Decembe r 23. The a ff a ir was hon o r e d b y th e pr ese n ce o f Mr. a nd Mrs. \1(' illi a m s and th e m e mb e r s o f th e f ac u lty a nd tb e ir w ives. S a nt a Cl a u s again a ppe a r e d up o n tbe scen e a nd gave g ift s to e veryon e pre sent. Lui s N oli, e x -pr esident o f th e club th e e v e nt b y w i s h in g all a v ery M e rr y Christmas. The Kappa Epsilo n e nd e d its progr a m o f soc i a l act i v iti es o n M a r c h 24 witb th e presenta ti o n o f L a Pla n c h a d e L a M a rqu esa" a t the Littl e Thea tre. The le a din g c h a r ac t e r s o f th e play we r e: A g u e da, Nel v a Pa l a c i o ; Patricio, Fern a nd o Eleta; a nd L a M a r q u esa M a rth a Andra de. Othe r s tud e nt s wh o tOo k p a rt in th e p lay were: Virg ini a \1(/e lch Ann Corri ga n S a lly Z a mbl e ra, Geor ge Cowes, Jua n M e n dez, Ruth Hyde and J a m es Typaldos. Afte r th e p lay t h e a u die n ce enj oyed typical Sp a ni s b d a n ces. Thus e nd e d s u ccess full y t h e fou rt b year o f tb e Sp anis h Club fI B uena S uer/e" CONQ U I STADO R PAGE THIRTYTHREE

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I\lemh ers of the N A TURAL S CIENCE SOCIETY 1 e f I r ight. tOp row: Ned Dw elle. J o hn Srad ig. Bill Ovalle James M eigs, Charles Van Steen berg. C I a u d e An derson. Vic [0 r Arm st r ong. \ '(Iinter Co llins. Armand o Gas peri Sealed : Mar; o r i e Ander so n l\!a rgaret H aw Barbara Co m i ns, B e n y Comic)', Mr Lee. advi s er. Ph y lli s Buechele Margaret Com ins. Marj o r i e \'{Iarner Ma ce l G ou l er. Front r o w : Cu lberr Shedlock. D a n Kiley Mattes Orr. Graham Brother so n

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Natural Science Society T h e N a tur a l Scie n ce Socre t y b ega n its career o f 1 9373 8 w i t h its fir s t m eeting J an u a r y 26 th The o ffi cers for t h e year were e l ec t ed : Cla u de An derso n pr e e i dent; M a n es O rr vice-president; M argaret Comins secr e t ary-treasur er. The club s p o n e ored b y Mr. L ee has severa l pu r poses: O ne to p ermit sci entific discussi o n s a m o n g th e m em b ers; twO, to h ave a gen e r a l f ello w s hip together; rhree, to h o l d occas i o n a l fie l d tr i ps; f ou r to p o n sor speec h es p e rt a inin g to sci e ntifi c s ubj ec t s o f int e r es t m a d e b y m e mb e r s o ut side o f th e club Th e m ee tin gs whic h we r e hel d monthly we r e devoted to s u c h s u b j ects as talks o n t h e f allac i es of Ca n ce r," mov i es o f vario u s sci e nti fic fie l d trips a n d talks o n t h e o utb oa r d m otor a n d irs re l arion to c i e nce. B efore rhe m ee tin gs we r e offic i ally called to order th e membe r s h ad a n inform a l "ger-toge ther" a n d ate th e s up per whic h eac h 5 tu dent h ad br oug ht w ith h i m The clim ax to th e o r ganization's act i v iti es occ urr ed o n T h ursday e v e n i n g, M a r c h 17, w h e n th e N a tu ra l Sci e n ce Soc i ery h e l d irs a nnu a l W a ffl e S upper." T hi s suppe r was g i ve n b y Mr. a n d Mrs. L ee for th e m e mb e r s o f th e soc i e t y a nd e v e ryon e th oro u ghly e n joyed th e delic iou s w a ffl es prepare d b y Mrs. L ee. Dr. Brit to n was rhe g u es t of h o n o r a t th e occasi o n CONQUI S TADOR PAGE THIRTY-FIvE

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SCI r. C r. PHc-t\I EDS fr o m l ef[ 1 0 fishl. back row: Willi am Ova ll e. Edward Dwe ll e, Armando Ga s peri Gcorge Shelton Second r ow: Aurelio Alba, ;vlr. l ee, advi ser, Donald Stilson hOnl row: t\l crccdcs A rric:ra. Mar iorie Warne r J\!ary Jane \'{ / oodruff, Margarel Comins, hhel Decne... I arioric Ander so n Pre-Medicos The purpose in f o rmin g the Pre-Medi co Society was twofold : first, to ce ment mOre firmly the b o nd b e tw ee n the pre-medica l s tu dents in o rder that they mig ht b eco me imbllcd at the very outset w i th PAGE TIIIRTY-SIX; CONQUISTADOR

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the s pirit of cooperation which m ar k s all true sci e nti s ts; and secondly. to further a m o n g the memb e r s a knowledge of the medical fielJ. The fundamental ai m o f the society is to found a perma nent tra dition of ex celle n ce in schol a rship a nd of un selfish devot i o n to suf f e rin g huma nity The constitution which i s th e work of Mr. R e nau d Leon, pro v i des f o r the u s u a l officers, but restr i c t s the m embers hi p to the pre meds a nd the pre-n ur ses enrolled in college. Accordingly, at the or ga nizati o n m ee tin g Mr. Armando Gasperi, who initi ared th e move ment to establish the soc iety was unanimously e l ected president. The other o ffic e r s are: Mr. R e naud Leon v i ce-p re side nt a nd Mi : s M a rjo r i e And e r so n secreta r y-ereas ur er. The origina l memb e r ship includ ed pros Fective doctors a nd poss ibl e nurses. The sponso r without whose en c ou r agement a n d int eres t th e sociery would h ave remained an idle dream, is Mr. George Lee In s tru ctor in Natural Science During thi s yea r the aCtivities of th e club h ave inclu ded a n open in g lecrure b y D ea n H os l e r explainin g th e p resent requirements fot the medical s tud e nt a n d ou tlinin g poss ibiliri es for success in the pro fession; severa l genera l discus c i o n s on can cer, on the Pitcairn I s l and ers, a nd on research vs. surgery; and the widely public i zed visit to Santo T o mas H osp it a l where Dr. Chan i s performed an interesting a utopsy ( mor e co rrectly called post m o rtem exa mination) on a patient w h o h ad committed suicide. Bes ide s c u ch serious a nd instruction a l act i vities the Soc iety has a lso enjoyed pur e l y soc i a l m ee tin gs to remind the members th a t doCtn r s a nd nur ses mu s t h ave recreation as well as inf ormat i on. CONQUISTADOR PAGE THIRTY.SEVEN

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Women 's Athletics One of the requirements o f the Junio r College c urri culum i s th at all p hysi cally sound s tud ents take one credit in some form of a thle lic e Above everything else thi s yea r the college g irls have l earned the importa n ce a nd the n ecess it y of fulfillin g this requirement. The principle purpose o f the women's wee k l y gy m classes is to offer the m exce llent opportunity for bOth physical and mental relaxa tion. This sys t e m aric physica l exercise nOt onl y aroused interests apa rt from the g irl s' eve r yday college l ife but affor ded t hem an opporto form fri endships th a n res ult from rourine cl ass room a SSOClar l o n s. The a thl e ti c prog r a m was under the g u idance of Miss H anna a nd s hortl y a ft e r college opened in September archery cla sses orga ni zed. Target s were se t up a t the bottom o f the Administra tion Hill a n d th e r e th e g irl s practiced unti l ski ll in hitting the t a rgets h a d been perfected. Cupid f ound h i s rival w hen Edith Cannon was n a med the winner o f th e twO a r c hery meets th a t were h e l d M a rgaret Comin: who was awa rded second p l ace, a nd petite P a tsy Gibson, who was awa rd ed third p l ace, bOth rev ea l ed their ski ll a t shooting the bull 's eye. After the tappin g cl asses we r e well under way curious g r oups of college boys wa nd e red ove r to the p l ayshed to di scove r JUS t what the g irls could do. Watching the graceful (?) maidens, und e r th e di rect i o n o f M iss R ectOr, do the Shoe Shine Boy numbe r and th e "Milita r y C l og," th e b oys relu ctantl y admitted that the g irl s "weren t ha lf bad." Throug hout the year th e g irl s that were interes ted in swimming wer e allowed to enter the gy m classes, supervised b y Mr. Greiser, a t the swimming pool. On M a r c h 22 competition between th e swimmers climaxed with a swimming meet in which the Freshme n r ea m led by Marj orie Warner a nd th e Sophomore t ea m b y B e try Phillips. Here rhe Sophomore mermaids swa m to victOry. Beginning in M arch rhe girls w h o were participating in field s porrs played eirher badminton or t e nni s Bowling was the f i n a l women's 'POrt for the yea r and the girls h ad a j olly time knocking down the pins. PAG E THIRTY E I G H T CONOUISTADOR

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, Me n 's Athletics It can be safely said th a t this year the Cana l Zone Junior College has h a d the m os r year in ar hletics rhar it has yer seen. FOOTBALL Unlike lasr year's f oo tball ream rhe 19 38 squad consisted of rwo reams. The end of rhe found rhe college wirh a rora l of s evenry-seven poinrs agai nsr rheir oppo nenrs rwenry-seven, Crisroba l Hig h's Blue a nd Gold experienced a 9 ro 0 defea r by our Red a nd Blac k Tracro rs, Bur a n a U -st a r B a l boa H i g h ream handed rhe college o urfir a 6 ro 0 defear in one of rhe h a rde s r f o u g hr ga mes ever se e n o n rhe Isrhmus High scorer for the co U ege re a m was Shed l oc k wirh a rora l of 24 poinrs, wh ile H ea rn e a nd Anderson each collected 1 2 poinrs, Sega rd Dockery a nd Campbell rook honors for rheir defen se work wirh rheir rimely inr e r ceprio n a nd rheir a bilir y to fore see rhe ir o pponenr s' p laye Siler did m os t o f rhe kicking a l tern a ring wirh rrip l e-rhrear Ander so n rhe q u a rterb ac k The lin e up of rhe rwo reams was as follows: V Tea m B Team Player WgL Age Position P l ayer Wlgt A&e WI, Hearne 163 1 8 LE L. 120 1 8 D 146 1 8 LT E Turner 1 45 I S G FeOion 175 1 8 L G H Pearson 1 45 1 6 E Sep;ard 150 19 C R 130 19 G R ance 175 1 B R G J 190 16 C Danids 1 7 5 1 8 RT M 0" 145 1 7 C. Shed l ock 156 1 8 RE AI. Bul l ock 130 1 7 f c apt:un ) L Anderson 1 5 6 1 8 QB T \V/a gga man 1 35 1 7 G Campbell I'9 18 HB D Marc h 1 5 0 1 7 G M cFadden 110 17 liB H Docker y 1 20 1 9 ( capllln ) J Slier 16 5 18 FB V, R idge 1 1 7 1 7 PAGr rORTY CONQUISTADOR

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BASEBAll In l osing but o ne game in their sch edu le rhe Junior College b ase ball te a m s h owed irs superi o rit y to Other te a m s in th e league. Captain Dockery wirh his twO excellent p it c h e r s Siler a nd H ea rn e l ed th e le arn thr o u g h o n e of th e h a rde s t sch edule : yer playe d b y th e Junior College. F o ur men V. Rid ge, ]. Siler, W. Hearn e, a nd H Doc k ery were c ho se n for th e s tud e nt s' te a m in th e Twili g hr l eag ue. Up to d a t e thi s t e am has won rhe firsr half o f it s sch e dul e and gives promise of w in ning the penn a nt. R eprese ntin g th e college in ba s eball wer e rhe f ollowing: H earne, D oc kery, Siler Pe a r so n M cCo rmack l. Rid ge, V. Rid ge, Turner, Shedlo c k Smirh Orr, R a n ce, Ander so n M c F adde n M arc h TENNIS In rennis rhe college was pro ud to b ave o n e o f ir s o n rhe l earn playin g in the Centra l American Ol y mpics. Carlos Elera o n e of rhe o ut s r a n di n g t e nni s p l aye rs, repr ese nt ed th e Republi c of P a n a m a in this spo rt. TRACK Although th e college tra c k t eam tOok third pl ace in their a nnu a l meet, they made a n exce llent s h owing for th e s mall s ize o f the s quad CristOba l won th e m eet with a sco re o f 5 l po int s with B a lb oa running a clo se eco n d with 5 0V2, while the Junio t College p l aced third with :35 V2 po ints. George Campbell wo n the 44 0 yard da s h H arry Doc k e r y cam e o ur first in pole vau ltin g. Martin Bullock wa : th e hi g h scorer for t h e college w ith a seco nd in th e 100 yard d as h a seco nd in the 22 0 yard da s h a nd a third in th e broad j ump. Novey Dwelle, Siler V. Ridge, S h e dlo c k a n d Kiley a l so collected po int s fat rI,e college. BASKETBAll A s T be COlltJllis/ad01' goes to p r ess, the ba s k e tball sea o n f o r th e college has not yet begun. With l as t yea r's performan ce in thi s spOrt ; n mind h oweve r it ma y safely b e p r e di c t ed th a t th e Junio r C ollege 'will have a successful season CONOUI STADOR PAGE I 'ORTYONE

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Buggy Biologis t s I Sh o t at sunlrsc 1.. But d o n t ,leO nca r t he W3!Cr 5. (he f o ssils. 3 Gangs t e r (!) pro t ec t ing hi s galO.S. 6 T ravchn,a:; with th e t e r m i t es. 4. Batt y bunc h at Bat Caves. 7. "Annie d o e s n't Jive hue any m o re." S his d ogs." 9 Co me a nd ,t;CI it!" 10. \Xth al n o beaut y r es t I I Classif y th o s e s mil es!

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I Arose mena working 2. Mad 3. Somebody 's sec retary 4, Viewing the home stretch Willing Worke r s 5. Father s of Foo 6. advi ce 7. In the bughous(' S. Smilin g for Kil ey 9. F oursome 10 H olding down th e fab l e I I The unbalanced balancing 1 2. Siesta slU,dying 1 3. Rance in a trance

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Campus C utU p s I My turn next! 2. "Let',> s tar[ 3. T ower of Piirs ky I (amouflaAc 5. Four fearless hl<;hics. 6. W h y pa illl th e l i ly? i pa n a 8. "Going m y way?" 9 Sweet Gen ev i eve 10. Good u nd e r s t andin.',; 1 2. Swing high s wi n.l: l o w I ,. M od e rn l ra n spon a l ion I ii. A s e ri o u s p r o b l e m 1 5. Two i s compa ny. J 6. Bui ll f o r (wo? J I Lef t h o ld i n g I h e ....... co af

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1 A bit (OAAY. 2. 1 down and 5 to go. 3. I n the $prin,l1; ........ ? "I. Blam e it o n the I rish. Prattling Players 5. P eo n y for your thoughts, )ames. 6. Forced land ing. 7. No, it i sn't done with mirrors. S. Romantic spot, but mi ssing. 9. Future Gable and Garbo. 10. Sit down strike! II. Fla s h! ........ CJaudc's time.

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SEP T E MBER OC TOB E R Krazy Kalendar Hic k o ry, di c k o r y dock S e pt e mb e r, e i g ht oclock The s tud e nt s all did run F o r college h a d b eg un Hic k o r y d i c k o ry, dock. Sing a son g o f H ell With freshm e n o n th e run F o ur a n d tw enty sop h o m o re s Try in g to h ave som e fun And w h e n th e wee k b ega n Th e freshm e n l oo k e d d F o r rou g eles s little lassies W e r e f o rced to l oo k undressed. The fre shies h a d to carr y g um T o k eep the sop h o m o res c h ewing ; B ut w h e n th e sophies tas ted it D i re t ro ubl e th e n was b rew ing! W h e r e did you go m y p r e tt y m a i d?" I went to th e Yac h t Club s ir ," h e said. "Wha t d i d you th e re, m y p re tt y m aid? " [ d a nced w ith th e boys, s ir she said. And we r e you good m y pre tty m aid?" Y o u d b e tt er n o t ask m e s ir," s h e said Ti dd l edy tidd l edy, ta rty, I.R .C. o n a pa rty. Apples o n a s trin g; Fo rtun e t elli n g r i ng. Tidd l edy ti dd l edy t arty PAGe ) ) F TY.TWO CONQUISTAD O R

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NOVEMBER DECEMBER H a p py-Go-Lucky Was a pl a y ver y d ucky With very goo d actors too Turby called f o r th e ir t i m e, And h e calle d f o r th e i r ta l ent, An d h e to l d th e m juSt w h at to do. And all th e youn g acto r s they had funny lines, An d a v e r y funn y f ace had one But d ow n went th e c urtain a n d o n ca m e th e l i g hts, An d w e kn ew th a t th e s h ow was d o n e Di c k e ry, di c k ery, dare! En g in e er s w er e o n a t ear. Y o u n e v e r saw th e like of t h eir sit-down s trike! Di c k ery, di c k e r y d a r e Ca r so n Ca r so n o f wh a t d i d h e s in g ? Of co l d rurk e y a nd h o t puddin g. Sp anis h s tu de nt s wh at d i d they do They l e t u s co m e to th e ir lun c h eo n to o Ding d o n g, dell! A Chri s tmas sto r y t ell. Who r ead us o n e ? Our d ea n ju s t f o r fun What di d w e do ? At e C hri srmas cakes, too. C o m e da n c e a jig T o th e Corro n Club r i g W i th a r o u dy, r o u dy, doudy Ribb o n s in your h a ir A gay a n d l aug h i n g a ir Wit h a toudy, ro u dy do u dy CONOUI S TADOR PAGE F IFTY-THREE

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FEBRUARY 0, see the engineers, And Me adowc r o ft 's in tears While they co n s tru c t th e arom. But we be l ieve The tear s de ce ive. H e'd really like ro bat em. A B C and D Rel ativ i t y E F a nd G A lecrure it will be. l K and L I n myst e r y we 'll dwe ll. M N a nd But Bu c k ley loves it so! Oh, Mr. Buck ley, come blow your horn The s tudenrs are work i ng, as sure as you're born. Why are they losin g their sl orhfu l ea;e? Examinations! If you please! T weed l e -dum a nd Tweedle-dee! All abour n e urr a liry F o r LR.C. ro Speech said W e are Conservative and R ed. So give u s a l l the d op e you can B eca use the n ations hav e no p l an." But in th e end all they co u l d see \Vas Tweedle-dum fear s Twe e d l e-dee Buckley had his physics l ab l eft ope n for the night; The s tudenrs s h owed their wo rk and see med ro be quite bright. PAGE FlfT Y.FOUR CONOUI STADOR

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MARC H Th e publ i c ca m e to see exhibit s v e r y good, And so m e o f th e m l oo k ed wi .e, w hil e o t hers me r ely stoo d l.R .C., l.R.C., w h a t dist th ou do' But go to th e b eac h a n d to Am ador, too, T o s i t o n th e sand a n d sing l ittl e trill s A s you gobbl ed dow n w i e n e r s with hot b u n s a n d d ill s Turby h ad twO l i ttl e p lays, And o h h e l ove d th e m so. AllgIIS/IIS D oes his B il B y B e rn a r d Shaw, you k n ow. The oth e r o n e th a t Turby l o v ed W as ver y funny, too. But P oslseri pi r eally cam e be f o e Wha t S h aw m ade R oberr do. N a tur a l sci e n ce srude nr s S a n g for th e ir supper. Wha r d i d t h ey ear? W affl es a nd burr er. H ow could rhey ge t th e m Witho ut Mrs. Lee' An d di d they ear m a ny? 0 d o not ask m e l Hey, d iddl e, diddl e l Pia n o a nd fidd le! And th e Gl ee C l ub singing wirh g l ee. The o r c h es tr a blared; The a udi e n ce s tar e d And e v e ryon e san g o n th e key! C ONOUI S T A DOR PAGE FIFTYF IVE

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A PRIL MAY Drive a fast ca r around Kappa E. A very fine farce o f Carson's to see. New ri ch in act i o n And Spanish so gay That everyone l aug hed to see wch a play. Hus h a bye, g irlie don 't feel like a dub, Because your you n g m a n must dance at th e Club. W h en th e s ir e n s all sail away to Gulfport The men mu s t th e n g r ant that you were the spo rt P e t er, Peter c h op-s ue y-ea t e r L oved the moon and had to meet her. Eng ineer s on An co n Hill Of c hops ue y ate their fill Easte r bunnies did co me to town With co l orfu l eggs in a basket o f down. Nature s chi ldr e n were happ y a nd gay And so were we 111 o ur h oliday. There was a mock m eet in g, and w h a t do you think ? The enators a r gued wit h nOthin g to drink. Ca n a l s h e re a nd th ere were th e th emes o f their speec hes, And they s tu ck to their theme s lik e so m a n y l eec hes. To d i g or nOt to dig was a r gued aro und W i th l og i c and gest ur e and fury and sound. Bur the quest i o n cou l d n eve r be really decide d Because th e sen a t e was so divided. Spark l e spark l e littl e spea k e r For you r listeners wo n t be m ee ker If you hand out f acts so dry That t h ey'd make a monkey c ry. PAGE FIFTYSI X C.ONOUISTADOR

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JUNE When your o r ato r y's d o n e T he n rhe jud g e s h ave rhe i r fun Try in g to c h oose th e o n e th a t 's b es t Without o ff e ndin g all rhe r es r One mi sty, m o i s ty eve nin g When clo udy was the wea th e r The C o lle ge s tud ents cam e To th e Uni o n Club toge th er. T wa s rhe a nnu a l b a nq ue t d a n ce And e v e ryon e was g ladE a tin g so mu c h ; da n c in g a n d s u c h S o the endin g only was c a d june i s h e r e with fin a l exa ms. Se e h o w eac h s tud ent c r a m s a nd c r a m s H you h a v e n t a th o u ght, a h a th o u g ht will do. H you h ave n t a h a th o u g ht th e n G o d help youl The re was a co upl e wh o gave a fin e t ea, With a hi g h gee h o gee humbl e At th e co ol Uni o n Club f acing t h e sea, With a z imble, zambl e zumble T wa s g i ve n in h o n o r o f th e S o ph o m o r e class, With a hi g h gee h o ge e humb le. A s a f o nd f a r ewell to e ac h l ad a nd lass, With a z imbl e, zamble, zumble. Johnny did h av e a n e w blu e cap T o s et o n hi s b o nn y b tow n h a ir And johnny did h ave a n ew gow n Tha t ga v e him a sch o l arly a ir. And wh y sh o ul d J o hnn y b e dres : ed so? And wh a t di d h e a im to do ? He h a d fini s h ed hi s co ur se at college ; So h e was a gradua t e, too! CONQUI S T A D O R PAGE F IFTYSEVEN

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Popu]ar Songs for College Se"e llades S o R a r e" -as G eo r ge C ampbell fla untin g th e f e m mes. M oo n a t Sea" S o was I in calculu :. Y o u C a n t St e p Me From Drea min g" -Try o n e o f Buc kl ey's classes. "Was I t Rain?" No, ju s t th e e n ginee r s s prinklin g th e j a nitOr. L a dy I s a Tramp" -Oh, no, s h e m e r e l y rake s Field Bio l ogy, nI osso m s o f Bro a dw ay" Bur y o u s h ould see th e bl oo min g i diors a round college. Tru e Co nf e s : i o o -Lis ten in Mr. M eadowc r o ft. Mayb e th e e n ginee r s a re we a k e nin g. "Whis tl e Y o u W o rk And you 'll b e thr ow n ou t o f lob. "Tha t Old Feelin g" Y o u m ea n th e o n e i n th e so l a r p l ex u s d urin g ex a l ns. "It N e ver H a p p en e d Befo r e" But a w o m a n m a d e a n A thi s year in Bu ckley' s c h emis try "The Big Apple" And th e bi gge r t h e a pple th e b e tt e r th e m a rk. Littl e Frat e rnit y Pin M a r ga r e t H a w 's' Whic h o ne? "Septembe r in th e R ain" And w h a t a b o ur O cto b e r Nov ember a n d D ece mb er, to say nothin g o f April May, a nd June. S t a rdu s t o n th e M oo n N o t so d a n gero u s as m oo n s h i n e i n t h e star, o r even 10 a G U "Nic e W ork If Y o u C a n G e t It" -C redit f o r Physi ca l Educa tion ? "The L a d y Who Co uldn t B e Ki ssed" P age J ac k Sile r a n d we'll j D o ub l e Dare Y o u -Ruthie ro t ell your experie n ce w i t h tln t tropical mistletoe Y o u r e a Swe e th e art -A ga in, Ovalle' 'Sn a k e C h a rrr e r 0 Mr. L ee It's th e N a tur a l Thing to D o" Co k i n g a t th e Clu bh o u se? On ce in a While" Onl y o n birth days, Mr. S t a r b u ck? I Kn ow N ow" -Tha t Mr. H ackett mea nt w h a t h e said. "All G o d's C hillun Got Rhy thm I s th at w h a t was t he m at t e r with H a rr y D oc k e r y a t th e Yac h t C l u b ? I th oug ht h e h a d ants. CONOUISTAD O R PAGE F I F TYNINE

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The Superlative Students and Celebrities PbYJicatiy Most perfec t profi l e .......... .... ... Peggy H o rter. .. Mr. Buckley R osiest blusher .......... ..... ... ..... Phy lli s Bue c hele ..... Bostick Highest eyebrows .................... M a r ga ret H aw ....... Mi ckey M c F a dden Longest eyelashes .............. ........ P a t Arrieta ............. Vincent Rid ge Freckles plus ........ ..................... Virginia Welch ... C1aude Ander c on Most flirt atious eyes .. .. .... Betty Com ley ......... Fern a nd o Elet a Phyllis Buechele. Skin you d l ove to touch ......... R eg in a Quinn ........ George Smith Most a n gelic face... .. .. .... Virginia W elc h ....... George Smith Tinest toL....... .. ................. K athleen Ph illi ps ... Graham B rot h e r son Most thr i llin g voice. .. .. .. Re g in a Quinn .......... Webb Hea rne Dream iest gaze .. ...... Leslie Stevens ......... C h arles Van Steenberg P erJo n a U y Mo s t magnetic pe rson a lit y ........ Ruth H o rter ............ Arthur Pirisky Most awe -in spiring vocabulary .. M ar j orie Anderson .. J o hn Stevens Smoo thest s huffl e r .................... Betty Comley .......... Culbert Shedlock Smartest d r e s ser ........ ......... Peggy H o rt er. ........ Jack Siler WittesL. .. ........ ....... Miss Jessup .. .. .. ....... Bill Ovalle Quietest Harriet Weir. ....... ... C ulb e rt Shed l o c k PAGE S I XTY CONQUISTADOR

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Most effective g l oom dispeller.. Ruth H orter. ..... Bill Ov a lle Most ser i o u s student .... .... H a rriet W eir ... M attes Orr Fis hie : t swimmer. ...... ..Genevieve Foley ..... Jack Siler Most enthusiastic athlete .......... B e tt y Phillips .......... George Campbell Goofiest g i gg ler. ........................ Elizabeth Smith ....... Bob McCormack Nea rest ge niu s in disgu ise ........ H e l e n e H erzbe r g ..... M a ttes Orr Bigges t app l e polisher.. . .... . ... M a r ga r et H aw ......... Bob McCormack Most g ifted i vory t i ckle r .... Ruth Wright. ........ ... Carlos Ele t a Most likely ro succeed ... ......... Marjorie Anderson .. Mattes O rr Propbet ic{tlty Most likely ro b e m arr ied fir st.. Ruth H orter. .......... Geo r ge Campbe ll Most lik e l y ro remain In sin g l e ble :sedness ... M argaret Comins ... Armando Gasperi Most lik e l y ro b e a milli o n a ire M a r y Goulet ..... ..... lr a Solenberger Most probable movie sta r.. . .... . R egina Quinn ..... J ack Sil er Most like l y ro become obese in old age ... .... Betsy Ross. ...... Geo r ge R a nce Patsy G ibson Most probable oldest living inhabitant ... . ... ... . . .... .... . Ru th H orter . ......... George Campbell Most probab l e l iter a r y ge niu s ... Ruth Wright ........... Doc Savage CONQUISTADOR PAGE SIXTY-ONE

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ENGINEERS ':hI!:i aa..:i.D I,;;; Fort TH.:: US.llo OF Tn:; DiGlhX.JWlG S'I'\1l).mTS...ND .... itto tor J..r. ana lII.et In hh 'l'H6 USE O.Y IT Sll(Xa.D BE LnlITiW TO S::it IOOS lfot<.A ottica at ton (or cigar l.!r CoU1noe'8 arrived berore the idea 01' 3endlns floll'l)r. orlc;inahd l.A : Plaaee b1"ftII; lell to Icbool. a.n d months. I PAGE S IXTYTWO CONQUISTADOR

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T h e Bookworm A comp l ete unexpur ga t ed g uid e to important ne w books b y authors distinguis h e d o r discordant. Sims \1(fa lt e r Simplified Study'n/{. New Arcadi a: Cerebral Centers Inc., 1938. Pri ce $5.00 It has bee n th e experie n ce of our bel ove d Walte r Sim s Profe : sor in-Gen era l o f the Canal Zone Junio r College, th a t the mOre you study the more you kn ow. th e more you kn ow the more you f o r ge t and that th e more you f o r ge t the less yo u know brin g in g th e whole m a tter o f study in g to the o nl y co nclu s ion w h y s tudy ? The Professor, h oweve r argues th a t there a re ways a nd me ans by w hi c h a n y studious boy o r g irl can de rive the m os t from s tud y in g th e l east. With the aid o f hi s theor y o f th e "Prof" has proven th a t from the lowl y doctor ro th e virtuous s lot-ma c hin e operator L a n make a success o f him se lf. And so to pave f o r the ambitious stu dent th e way to the shortest career in co lle ge Mr. Sims prescrib es in his l a t es t publication, Simplified Stud y ing, the f o ll ow in g s impl e Attend r egula rly, nev e r fully prepared with your h o me work, a nd n eve r c ut f o r the ins tructor from whose class you a r e und o ubt ed l y will l ecture o n some thin g about which you mig ht possib l y wish ro kn ow very little. B e twe e n cl asses it i s th a t you e n gage, in an o rd erly m a nn e r o f course, in wrestling, base-b all o r jum ping a l o n g th e co rrid o rs. The r easo n s for s u c h a thl e ti c int erva l s a re t wo f o ld : in the fir s t place th e so l emnity o f yo ur acade mi c s ur r o undings i s broken th e r eby a ff o rdin g the ins tructor s recreation o f the mind and n atu r ally they, in appreciation will see to it th a t you a r e well aw arded in th e semeste r g r ades. You see, you mu s t u se strategy! In the seco n d p l ace th e exercise w ill s timul a te your circulation so that upon your ente rin g the n ex t class in a refr e : h ed s tat e y o ur mind will g rasp the s ubj e c t more readily in acco rd a n ce with th e Greek principle o f a barbed mi nd i n a bounding b ody. Sims i s o f th e belief th at m a n a b so rb s c haract eris ti cs o f I h e environment in whic h h e lives most o f the tim e d evelopin g m a n neris m s inherent o nly in th at panicular e n viro nm e nt. Thus a doctOr P A G E SIXTYPOU R CONQUISTADOR

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by virr ue o f hi s tr a inin g a nd persistent contact with science carries i :i'TIseif in a suave and c o nserv ative manner which Inakes hilTI s tanding a mon g a group of other men o f various underrak in gs. Taki;' g this princ ipl e a little further the points ro th e st udent as influenced by rhe academic surroundin gs which h e inh a bit s t wothir ds of his schoo l-life. In view of the f oregoing a r g um e nt, Mr. Sims s tr esses the ne cessity o f eac h student rem a inin g a r o und rhe sch oo l l o n ge r tha n i s required o f him in this way ca rryin g h o m e a n of learn in g to assis t him in hi s ni g htl y study, a n d to make him a mOre accep t a ble m e na ce to the home. When it co mes to his the o rie s o f h o m e -w or k P ro f esso r Sims d iffer s g r eatly fro m the gener a l practice. H e adv i ses specif i cally: sit a t your de s k clea r your for acti o n gaze meditatively a t th e books Lefo re you to ins pire a spirit o f l earning tben get up for a drink of water. ( This pr ocedure help s ro c r ea t e a m ood.) Now, re-sit at your desk, furrher clear you desk for in ac ti o n gaze sou lfull y at the b ooks first but thi s time g rab the book in which th e ass i g nment i s l ocated. R ead only the first f ew sent e n ces, ho weve r ; th e n ge t up a nd tUlle-in on the radio Lu c k y Strike is on the a i r ron i g ht. By thus d e liber atei y deprivin g you rself of study in g, you r desire to study in c re ases a nd g rows ten se r so rha r if rhi s procedure i s ca rri ed Out f a irhfully for say f i ve ni g hr s our of rhe schoo l week a potentia l desire to s tud y acclImulates to s u c h an extent th a t b y the time the exa min a ti ons are due preparin g f o r them i s a n easy task. Those students who wish to be as as Professor Sims Las been in w o rkin g his way out o f college a r e h e r e b y to buy copy of Simplified Sludyil1 g a nd to follow th e principles which Pro fes so r Sims h a s o utlined so definite l y that even th e dullest student will have n o difficulty in comprehending them Roge r C. H ackett. I nitiation to [ "/alltS. Illu strated. 138 pp. B a lbo a: The Bab y Publi s hin g Co. Pri ce: $2.00. [Ililitltion to h l/al1ts i s a co mpl e t e tr eatise on the care a n d feed it;g o f bab ies written by a man who is a n unquestioned authoriry in th e fie ld. Mr. H ac k ett's belief i s th at old-fas hi oned ideas of r earing c hildren a r e l a r ge l y re spo nsibl e for our social probl ems. H e advocates CONQUISTADOR PAGE S IXTY-FIVE

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the adopt i o n o f his revolution ary ones whic h h e expl a in s in minute detail. After s tudying this book carefully, th e reader w ill no doubt disa g ree with the aut hor. Mr. H ac kett surprising l y believe s that f eedi n g i s the most im po rtant part of a baby's care, and he has worked out a n excellent which he has found by hi s ow n experie n ce to be effec tive. The p rin c iple upon which the plan is based is: The baby's stomac h i s the safest guide. By using an inge ni ous dev i ce Mr. H acket t has been to appl y thi s principl e wit h o n e hundred per ce nt e ffi c iency. \Vhe n the b aby awa kes for his feedin g, his c r y in g SetS off a n a l ar m clock in the kit c h en in var i ab l y wak in g th e nur se from her or from juSt p l a in s lumber. At th e sound of th e clo c k the arrow o f th e wall c h a rt electric ally operated by utilizing th e b a b y's a nger e n ergy whic h would Otherwise be wasted in mel'e noise, points to the ex;ct f!um b e r of cal o ries a nd vitamin s which the baby's stomach r equires Further in co nn ect i o n w ith th e met h od of feeding the a uthor r ejects the ide a that fond parents need to c hew the first solid f ood for their off: pring, From his int e n s i ve s tu dy of h abi t a nd habit form atio n he be lieve s that most p a r e nt s who chew f o r th e baby a bsentmindedly swallow tl, e food th e m selves, a nd th a t this faCt a l o ne accounts for ni n e t y-ni n e per cent o f the rickety olde r genera ti on. In th e c h a pter e ntitl ed T ee th and Their Rel a tion to th e In fant tbe a uthor h a s m ade s ome very fin e di agra m s of t h e m yste ries of b a bi es' m ou ths. In ad dition, th e stat i s tical chart whi c h accompa ni es the c h ap t er, i f carefully filled ou t will enab l e the b aby w h en h e grow n to tr ace the ptogress of his dentality, a nd to kn ow JUS t wha t became o f each toOth. On e o f th e mo s t s i g nificant c h a pters in Mr. H ac kett s book i s T esting the B a b y s Bath f o r th e author through a ser i es o f ex per im ents o f wh i c h the a uth or's wife did nOt kn ow has proved definit e l y th a t a b a th thermometer is JUS t a s a ccurate in te : tin g t'Cmpera ture as watc hin g th e b a b y's s kin w h en h e i s put int o the w a ter. "Eclucat;'l g the Baby" ad monishes mothers th a t und e r n o circ umsl a nces s h ould they u ,'Ie baby talk o r Bajan in co n ve r sing wit h a hdp k s s infant, I t i s adv isable to re a d f a ir y t a l es to the inf ant every n i g ht just befo r e h e goes to s l eep so rha r rhe b a b y's im ag inati o n w i ll b e PAGE SIXTY SIX CONQUISTADOR

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S t; mulated However because the author sees that some of our s t a tesJllen are c ursed with i,n ag in a tion s th a t fun to unlio1ited exces..:es h e believes that in th e clear lig ht o f day it i s a good p l a n ro read ro t h e baby from the field of economics. Thus, when th e chi l d grows up, he w ill be perfectly balanced For in s tru cro rs, per h aps the m ost vita l c h apter of th e entire tr eat i se ;s "Why the Srork Brings All Girls ro College Instru crors ; a chapter that no Olle can affo r d to Get your copy today. Complimentary copies a r e ava ilabl e f o r all m e mber s Q f the faCLdt y w h o h ave g irl babies under one year of age the y o u ght ro h ave some compensatio n CONOUISTADOR PAGE S IXTY-SEVEN

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Pages {1'0111 th e 194 5 College Catalogue 3 79 7 93 97 3 ZZZ. Po l itica l Engineering. First seme : ter. Too mu c h credit. Two h o ur s a week discussion; the o ther periods will b e t a ken up in JUSt c u ssing. Prerequisites: o n e mourh an agile tongue a nd \'igorous voca l A br a in i s des ir a ble bur not req uired. A study o f the m ost s i g nifi cant politica l m e th ods in use in the Uni ted States w ith suppl eme nt ary read in g o n th ose popu l ar amo n g th e orher countr ies. Practica l applicario n of rhe rh eo r y w ill be g iv1cn in the Student Assoc i a ti on meetings w h e r e st udent s will be r eq uired to demons rr are abi lir y in rai l toading morions b a llin g u p th e b alloting, and filibust.ering. Frenzied fin a n ce w ill be espec i ally in irs rel a tion to graft and success. l aborato r y practice in hissin g a nd boo i ng s pe a kers o f the opposition. Ptofes sor Dan Kiley, w h o will teach the co urse, i s d i s tin gu i s h ed in his field. H e is an a lumnu s o f the Cana l Zon e Junio r College w h ere h e was n otorious for his m ag nific e nt f eats o f politi ca l e n g ine e ring. During his career on the Zone he a l so had ,extended experie n ce coll a bor a tin g w ith Foo and d i recring the act i v iti es of the C ivi c Co un cil. S ince gradu a tion h e has b ee n influential in a nef ar i o u s attempt w restore th e past g lories of Tamma n y H all. The co lle ge i s ind eed for tunate in securi n g a political e n g in eer of Mr. Kil ey's m ag nitude, a nd th e s tudent s should ptofi t from a s tud y of his precepts and his examp le. Required Text: Kiley, Dan-Cleani ng Up 011 Dirty P o litics. ( Eac h s rudent i s required to pu r c h ase twO copies o f th e t ex t-on e for h o me :lnd o ne for colle g e use. No cred i t f or the cour, e will be g i ven unl ess the s tud ent c a n s h ow receip t s ind i cat in g that h e has m ade perso n a l conrributi o n to Prof. Ki ley' s roya lt y returns ) 000 M a rri a ge and Escap e Fir s t Semester. C r edi t varied accord in g to result s Two hour s of argument every wee k l abo r ato r y practice in escape ta crics. sop h omore sta ndi n g a n d m a l e sing l e n ess, o r co nsent of Profes s or Campbell. A valua ble co ur s e desi g ned to s h ow t h e stude nt his opportunit y f o r a h arpy l ife by r e maining sing l e The fir s t six w e e k s ar e devoted to a rapid s tud y o f m a rri age, it s PAGE S I X T Y -EIG H T CONQU I STADOR

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ciangers and pitfalls, and the p tesent of husbands poorly rewatei ed for marital responsibility. Profes so r Campbell le c tur es f rom exten sive research in th e field of di sgru ntled husb an ds a nd o ut side speakers add intere s t ro the course by their gruesome of their personal experiences as unfortunate males wh o gOt caught. The remaining weeks of the course a re dev o ted ro methods o f nvo iding entangling a lli a nces whi c h lead ro marri age. Professor Camp bell here, bein g able ro speak from personal experience need s n o o ut s ide lecturers ro as: i s t in instructin g the s tudents. After much exper i mental re sea rch Profes so r Campbell has been a ble ro f o rmul a t e five infallible rule s by which ro avoid b e ing hitched: l. Create in your mind an impos s ible idea l woman by which ro measure other women. Consequently you will never be a ble ro meet the ri g ht g irl. 2. Believe firmly, and repeat eve r y morning before breakf ast Shakespeare's m o mentOus discovery, Frailty, thy nam e i s woman. 3. Spend six a day in s tudy and a thl et i cs a nd twelv e in t e llin g everybody h ow hard you work. 4. Attend only s t ag parties preferably In the jun gle. 5. NEVER LET ANY GIRL GET YOUR NUMBER. These fiv e rules a re a n a lyzed a nd e l a b ora t ed sci e ntifically by Pro f essor Campbell in his mime og ra p hed o utline a copy of which is pl aced a t a slight COSt in th e h a nds of eac h s tud ent f o r his study a nd g uid a nce. lach week Prof esso r spe nd:; part o f the class period dis c ussin g th e S tu de nts personal problems a nd explaining methods of proced ur e which from his vaSt kn owledge o f women h e fuels will be effective. Credit f o r thi s co urs e i s reserved until the st ud ent s h ows that h e has s ucce :.sfully applied P rofesso r Campbell's m axims. Full cred it i s g iven each s tudent who remain s sing l e five years fot eve n Profes sor Campbell doubts th a t it i s humanly possible for th e normal m a l e ro resist women's wiles indefinitely eve n if it were desirab le. To tho se st udent c w h o fall into matrimony befol'e the specified time Profe ssor Ca mpbell g ive s a co n so l a ti o n prize, bought with some of the money co llected from the outlines. ( Ediror s note : As the catalogue goes ro press it possihl e that thi s course will h ave ro b e can ce lled Profes sor Campbel l' s mo : t CONQUISTADOR PAGE S IXTY N INE

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recent pe r so n a l expe rim e nt a l r esea r c h see m s to b e d es tro ying th e e ffi cacy a t t h e f ive ptinci p i es o f produc in g s in g l e bl esse dn ess.) 1313 1 3 D ress D es i g nin g f o r Dizzy D am e : Ex t e n ds th ro u g h th e year. Three h o ur s c r ed it. T wo h o ur s l e cture a nd three h o ur s field wor k eac h wee k Pr e r e qui s it es: Ch a rm so m e intelli ge n c e a nd a bility to p ass n e x a min a ti o n o n Emily P o st'S c h apte r o n w h a t the well-dressed w oI na n wea rs. An ex t e n s i ve s tu dy o f d es i g nin g dres s es with s p ec i a l emphasi s o n ma t e ri a l s f o r m a t r im o ni a l int e nti o ns. Tast e a nd compo siti o n in des i g n trimming th e m a le, accesso rie s in f e minine flatte ry, a n d th e r e l a ti o n o f co l o r to m a : c ulin e cardi ac ac ti o n f o rm th e princ ipl e ropic s of th e COur se. S e lf-an a lysi s i s over-emphasized a nd ind i v idu a l co nf e r e n ces a re b el d e nthusiasti cally w ith th e p r e tti es t m embe r s o f th e class. B y l o n g a n d int e n s iv e r esea r c h in hi s fie l d b o th a t h o m e a n d a b road P ro f essor M cCo rm ac k has r ea ch e d m a n y v alua bl e co nclu s iom as to w h y buttOn s s h o uld n e v e r b e u se d o n dresses, w h y cu l ottes a nd s l ac k s brin g f ew p rop o s a ls, why l o n g n ec ked wo men attra C t a ttenti o n i n l ow n ec k ed d t esses, a nd w h y m oo n f ace d wome n n eve r ge t aro und in rou n d n ec k ed d r e : ses F ro m a n ex t e n ded a nd dive r se c riti ca l expe ri ence P ro f esso r M cCot m ac k has for m u l ated a s pl e n d i d s yste m o f sci e n tifi c c ri t i c i sm, wh i c h sys t e m t h e s tu de nt m a k es use o f in derailed rePOrt S o n th e cos t u m es h e has o bser ved o n field ttips to th e ga r de n :, t h e clubh o u ses, a nd the d oc k s Since h e b eli eves th a t a w o m a n ca n ge t a n y m a n s h e wa nt s if s h e is su btl e e nough P rofes :or M cCo r mac k has pl a nn ed his co ur s e wi t h th e ma lici ous inte ntion o f counte r ac tin g th e effec t s o f P ro f esso r C a mpbell' s 000 Co n seque ntl y h e s tr esses t h e d ir ec t r e l a ti o n s hi p b e t wee n s nap in clor h es a n d success in co n q u e :t. H e d iscu sses th e va ti e d influ e n ces o f h i g h h ee l ed sand a ls, pill-b ox h a ts, a n d s trapl ess eve nin g dresse s in s ub j ugati n g th e m a le. T o moriva t e s t udents, Pro f esso r M cCo rm ac k ta kes th e w h o designs the most effec ti ve sPOrt s COStum e O ut f a t a ga m e o f go lf t h e (,ne who c r ea t es t h e mos t exotic eve nin g gow n to da n ce a t th e U ni o n Club, a n d f o r th e g irl w h o m a rri es o n e o f P ro f esso r Ca mpbell' s s tud e nt s he pe r o n ally de s i g n s a wed din g d ress. U n de t s u c h s timu l i s tud e nt s a r e in c ited to ext reme orig i na lit y a n d hyst er i ca l int e r est. PAGE SEVENTY C.ONQUI S TADOR

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