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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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
School yearbooks -- Panama -- Balboa   ( lcsh )
Genre:
School yearbooks   ( lcsh )
serial   ( sobekcm )

Notes

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.
Statement of Responsibility:
Canal Zone Junior College.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 472468547
lccn - 2009229561
System ID:
UF00095973:00015


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JACK A. TAYLOR
"Jackie"
Portland, Oregon
Sophomore Class President, 2; Junior
College Varsity Club, 2, Secretary, 2;
Football, 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1 & 2; Softball,
1 & 2, All-Stars, 1 & 2; Track, 1 & 2, All-
Stars, 1 & 2; Water Polo, 1 & 2, All-Stars,
2; Basketball, 1 & 2; Swimming, 2; Soft-
ball Award, 1; Dance Committees, 1 & 2;
Assembly Committee, 1; International
Relations Club, 1.


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President


JACK A. TAYLOR


Vice President


FRANCIS J


OSEPH


DOLAN


0ols McI


Los Angeles,


FRANCIS JOSEPH DOLAN


NTYRE
California


"Pancho


Nutley, New Jersey


Sophomore Class Secretary, 2; Natural
Science Society, 1 & 2; Phi Theta Kappa,
1 & 2. Vice-President, 2; Girls' Varsity
Club, 1; Volleyball, 1: Basketball, 1;
Softball, I; Dance Committees, 1 & 2:
Conquistador Business Manager, 1.


Sophomore Class Vice-President, 2; Foot-
ball, 1, All-Stars, 1; Water Polo, 1;
Track. 1, All-Stars, 1; Swimming, 1, All-
Stars, 1; Baseball, 1; Basketball, 1;
Intramural Sports Award, 1; Dance Com-
mittees, 1 & 2; Banquet Committee, 1.


JOHN FRANCIS BUCKLEY, JR.
"'Buck"
Haverhill, Massachusetts
Sophomore Class Treasurer, 2; "Fireman
Save My Child," 2; "Shooting High," 2;
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SOPHOMORE


CLASS


OFFICERS







RONALD ERNEST ANGERMULLER
Ancon. Canal Zone


Junior College Varsity Club, Secretary-
treasurer, 2: Football. 1 & 2. All-Stars, 1 & 2:
Water Polo, 1 & 2. All-Stars,. 1 & 2: Baseball.
1 & 2, All-Stars, 1: Basketball. 2: Swimming.
2, All-Stars, 2; Softball, 1 & 2. All-Stars, 1 & 2;
International Relations Club. 1; Water Polo
and Softball Awards, 1.


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CLARE H. COMING
Watertown. N. Y.


ALICIA CASTRO
Ancon. Canal Zone


Girls' Varsity Club, 1 & 2: Volleyball.
All-Stars. 1 & 2: Basketball, 1 & 2. All
1 & 2; Softball. 1 & 2. All-Stars. 1 & 2:
ruing. 1: Chorus, 1 & 2.


JERRY JOIN DARDEN
"Joke"


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Favetteville.


North Carolina


Junior College Varsity Club, 2: Football. 1.
All-Stars. 1; Baseball, 1, All-Stars. ; Water
Polo, 1 & 2. All-Stars, I & 2; Swinnmming. 1 & 2.
All-Stars, 1 & 2: International Relations Club,
1: Water Polo andl Swimming Awards. 1.


RICIHARD A. CAUTHlERS
Canal Zone

United States Maritime Academy. 1: Sailing
Team: Propeller Club: Latin American Club:
Regimental Council: Activities Houte Commnit-
tee; D)ance Committee: Society of Marine
Architect,.



J. ROBERT ERNST
"'Bobh"
Canton. Ohio


natural S
chairman.


science Society.
2: Water Polo.


1 & 2,
1 &2; Sw


ance Committee, 2; Tropical
ess Manager. 2; (Conqpuis,
Editor. 2. Businres Ma


(oale


tridor,
inager 2


Committee
imnuing, 2;
gian, Busi-


Assistant


MIREILLE CELERIER
Panama City. R. de P.


Kelgore College. Kelgore.


TIexas.






JOANNE ELIZABETH FLYNN
Ancon, Canal Zone
Girls' Varsity Club, 1 & 2, President, 2; Volley-
ball, 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1 & 2; Basketball, 1 & 2,
All-Stars, 1 & 2; Softball, 1 & 2, All-Stars, I & 2;
Christmas Program, 2; Assembly Committee,
2; Spotlight, 2; Intramural Trophy, 1; Volley-
ball and Softball Awards, 1; Volleyball and
Basketball Awards, 2.


LoIs LUCILLE HAMILTON
Ault, Colorado


Natural


Science


Society,


2. Secretary, 2.


PHYLLIS FONG
Panama City, R. de P.


Phi Theta Kappa, 1 & 2. Secretary.
Honor Certificate, 1.


2; High


Louis F. HAUSS, JR.
Colon, R. de P.


Phi Theta Kappa, 1 & 2, President,
Assistant, 2.


2; Physics


CARRIE B. FRENSLEY
Almirante. R. de P.


Girls' Varsity Club, 1 & 2, Treasurer, 1; Voll
ball, 1 & 2; Basketball, 1 & 2; Softball, 1 &
Spotlight, 2.


WILLIAM W. HEDDAEUS
Wilmington, Delaware


Camera Club; Basketball. 1; Water Polo,


MANUEL O. GARRIDO
"7Tato"
Panama City, R. de P.
Natural Science Society, 2; Football, 2; Water
Polo, 1 & 2; Basketball, 1 & 2; Softball, 1, All-
Stars, 1; College Chorus, 1; Softball Award, 1.



JOAN BLANCH HERON
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KARL WILLIAM KERN
Bill"
Kokomnio. Indiana


Phi Theta Kappa.



MAURE


1 & 2, Trea.urer.


ANN MANUSII


Ancon. Canal Zone


Dramatics


As sembly. 1: "On Second Thought.


1: "Village Green," 1; Staging. 1: Producing.
1: Gamma Chii 1 & 2. Vice President. 2: Inter-


national


I Relations


Club. 1: (irls' Varsity


Club.


1 &2;


1: Volleyball. 1: Basketball.
mittee". 1 & 2: lishering,
Show, 1.


Dance


1 & 2: Fashion


ELLEN MAE McCLAIN
Waterville. Maine


Chi. 2: Phi Theta


Kappa,


BARBARA MAE MILLARD


Oneonta.


English Assistant.
tions Aards, 1:;




CHARLES


2: Na


tural Science


1 & 2. Secretary.


SocjletV.


2; C horus. 2:


2: Scholarship and
Tropical Collegian,
Editor. 2.


MUCGLADE


Phi Theta Kappa.


(;anna (Chi.


~Lh azz


I)ecatur. Illinois


Junior College Varsity CluIb.


All-Stars.


2: Football,


2: Baseball. 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1 &


Water Polo. 1 &
1 & 2. All-Stars,


Stars.


1 & 2


2, All-Stars. 1 & 2: Has
1 & 2; Swimming. 1 &


kethall.
2. All-


Swimming. Baseball and Water


Polo A


warnIs. 1.


EDDA LIA NORIEGA
San Carlos. R. de F


Volleyball,


1: Phi Theta


Kappa.


1 & 2: Scholar-


ship Award. 1.


JAMES J.


ALONE


Brooklyn. New York


Internal
2, Capt
Polo. 2


tional Relations
ain. 2. All-Stars,


2; Baseball, 1;


Water


Basketball. 1; Fashion Show Commit-


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RICHARD B. PAINE
Hyannis, Massachusetts


Phi Theta Kappa, 2; R.


A. Veteran,


RUTH SCHJEVELAND
"Robin"
Brooklyn, New York
Volleyvall, 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1 & 2; Basketball,
1 & 2; Softball. 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1; Speech Pro-
gram, 1; Girls' Varsity Club, 1 & 2; Volleyball
and Softball Awards, 1.


VILMA LIRA ROSANIA
Colon, R. de P.
Phi Theta Kappa, 1 & 2, Council Member, 2;
Gamma Chi, 1 & 2. Treasurer, 2; International
Relations Club, 1; Christmas Program, 1; Com-
mencement Exercise Program. 1; Scholarship
Award, 1; Spotlight, 1 & 2; Tropical Collegian
typing staff, 2; Conquistador advertising
staff, 2.


AURISTELA SCHMIDT
"Mami"
Panama City, R. de P.
Chorus, 1; Spotlight, 2.


Football, 1


LIO J. SANCHEZ M.
"Gordo"
David, R. de P.
& 2; Basketball, 1; Track, 1.


ALICE JOAN SULLIVAN
Ancon, Canal Zone


S.A. Secretary,
national Relatior
1 & 2; Phi Thet
All-Stars, 1 & 2
1 & 2; Softball,
Sports Trophy,
Basketball Awa
Scholarship Aw
Chairman of An:
Staff, 1 & 2;


1; S.A. President, 2; Inter-
Is Club, 1; Girls' Varsity Club,
a Kappa, 2; Volleyball. 1 & 2,
; Basketball, 1 & 2, All-Stars.
i & 2, All-Stars, 1; Intramural
1; Volleyball Award, 1 & 2;
ird, 2; Softball Award, 1;
tard, 1; Dance Committees:


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lal Banquet,
advertising, 2 :


1; Conquistador
Spotlight, 2.


MARION SCHJEVELAND
Brooklyn, New York
Girls' Varsity Club, 1 & 2; Volleyball, 1 & 2,
All-Stars, 1 & 2; Basketball, 1 & 2, All-Stars,
1 & 2; Softball, 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1 & 2; Cheer-
leader, 1 & 2; Intramural Sports Award, 1;
Volleyball Award, 1 & 2; Basketball Award, 2;
Softball Award, 1.


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MARGARET ANTOINETTE


ESTRE


"Peggy'"
Cristobal, Canal Zone
S.A. Secretary, 2; "The Great American
Family." 1; "Shooting High," 2; Drama Assem-
bly, 1; Girls' Varsity Club, 1 & 2, Secretary, 1;
Phi Theta Kappa, 2; Delta Psi Omega, 1 & 2.
President, 2; Gamma Chi, 2; Volleyball, 1 & 2,
All-Stars, 1 & 2; Basketball. 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1;
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CLARA THOMAS
Ancon. Canal Zone


Gamma Chi. 2; Christmas Program, 1;
Collegian, 1 & 2: Spotlight, I &


RENE M.


VERMILLION


Villfagnan, France


Assembly Committee, 2; Chorus,
tra. 1; Natural Science Societ
Collegian, 2; Conquistador, 2;


; Orches-
Tropical
Polo, 2.


PERRY E. TRUXTON
"Trux"
Flint, Michigan
Camera Club, 2. President. 2; Dance Commit-
tees, 2; Conquistador Staff, 2; Manager of Coke
machine, 2; Veteran, U. S. Air Corps.


SHIRLEY ANN


Monongahel


WELTZ


a, Pennsylvania


Girls' Varsity Club. 1 & 2; Volleyball, 2, All-
Stars, 2; Basketball, 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1 & 2;
Softball, 1 & 2, All-Stars, 1 & 2: Volleyball
Award, 2; Softball Award, 1; Basketball
Award, 2: Spotlight, 2.


DWIGHT M. VAN


Baltimore
Basketball,


A, JR.


,Maryland


Track.


CARMEN M. LINARES
Panama City, R. de P.
Commencement Exercises, 1; Music. 1.


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Tropical
2.









COLLEGE


ACTIVITIES


CALENDAR


SEPTEMBER


FEBRUARY


"Get Acquainted Dance
Assembly-Election o


" at Balboa Gymnasium


Student


Association


Valentine Dance at Sailfish Club (formal)


Elks Club Dance


Officers
Class assemblies-Election of class officers


OCTOBER


Delta Psi Omega Hallowe'en Party
Elks Club Dance


Assembly-Phi Theta Kappa Initiation



MARCH


Hayride and picnic at Pedro Miguel
Swimming party and picnic


Assembly-One
Save My Ch


act play
ild"


entitled


"Fireman


Gamma Chi


Banquet


Illustrated Lecture on Life in


the Galapagos


Islands b


Mr. Bowen and Mr. Vinton


NOVEMBER


Football Dance at


Balboa Gymnasium


APRIL


Assembly-Lecture b
Assembly-Lecture
Monroney


Mr. John Mayles


Congressman


Sophomore (formal) Dance


Gamma Chi Dance
Elks Club Dance


I)ECEMBER


Assembly-Variety show


Elks Club Dance


Christmas I)ance (formal)


Assembly


Hotel Tivoli


--Christmas Music


MAY


Freshman-Sophomore Banquet and Dance


Annual Speech Class Assembly


JANUARY


































GEORGE


SCHULTE


JOHN MOYNIHAN


ROGER MADURO


JEAN SAARINEN


President


President


treasurer


Secretary


BARBARA A


NDREWS


RUTH APPIN


PRISCILLA


ASHTON


CONNIE BEIL


BARBARA
BARTHOLOMEW


MARY JEAN


BARBAlRA


BUDGE


BURNS


WILLIAM CARDOZE


NANCY COLEMAN


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KATHERINE GRAHAM


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CHARLES HARRISON


DOROTHY HARRISON


BARBARA HATCHET


RICHARD H


ERMAN


PAT HERON


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WILMA HIDALGO


JOAN SHORTER


JOHN HOWERa


JOHN JOHNSON


JOLIE KILBY


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NtDIIA Goz NZALEZ


BEV\ERL


HALL


MARTHA


GRAHAM


THOM


GREGG


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DOROTHY MONDINI


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LIu.IAN NORRIS


DORA PERRET


HELEN


PRETZ


EILEEN


JAMES


RABITEAU


RUSSELL


VInc;INIA RYTER


EILEEN


SCHNI EI DER


RONALD


SEELEY


GILBERT SOLLAS


ELVIA


SUAZO


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ANDERSON


LOWE


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KARL MASTERS


RUTH MENZEL


KENNETH MILLARD


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ROGER C. HACKETT


Dean and Instructor in Social


Science


A.B., Indiana University
A.M., Harvard University
Graduate work, Oxford University













JAMES A. LYONS


Instructor in Commercial


Education


Dean of Men


B.S., New York University
M.A., New York University


Graduate


work, Columbia University
























STUART MCNAIR


SUBERT TURBYFILL


Instructor


in Mathematics and Engineering


Instructor


in En


and IDramatics


K.S., Knox College; M.S., University of Chicago:
Graduate work, University of Wisconsin


MRS. PATRICIA


B.F.A.. University of Oklahoma
of Oklahoma: Graduate work.
sity; Professional study. Rice Sc


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: M.A.. Iniverity
Columbia l niver-
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State Teachers College


B.S.. New


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I university


mercial Education


M.A..


LAUREN WOODBY


KENNETLH W.


VINTON


Instructor in Engineering


Instructor in


Ph isical


Sciences


B.S., Central Michigan College of Education;
M.A., University of Michigan; Graduate work.
Michigan State College of A. and A.S.; Harvard
University; and M. I. T.


A.B., Ripon collegee Wisconsin; A.M.. Columbia
University: Gralduate work. Universities of WiX-
consin and (Colorado


Instru itor






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CHARLES R. BOWEN


Instructor


in History
Science


and Social


B.A., Baldwin-Wallace College:
Ohio State University


M.A.,


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FLOYD BUCKLEY
Instructor in Physical Sciences
B.A., University of Iowa; Graduate
work, University of Chicago; Univer-
sity of Minnesota; Stanford Univer-
sity; University of Munich, Ger-
many; and the Technische Hoch-


schule. Stuttgart.


Germany


(Not Pictured)
HELEN C. BAKER
Instructor in Music


rsity of Minnesota; Grad-
New York University;
University, and Cornell
University


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HELENA CLARDY
Librarian
A.B., University of Ala-
bama: A.M.. University of


(not Pictured)
OLGA J. FROST
Instructor in French
A.B., College of Mount
Saint Vincent-on-Hudson:
Graduate work. University
of Southern California

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MRS. GERTRUDE
ONDERDONCK
Assistant Librarian


WILLIAM


ZEMER


Instructor
1.S.. C


Physic
State


al Education
University


(Left)
GEORGE O. LEE


Instr
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University; Graduate
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California


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Columbia


Alabama:
University


Graduate work,
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Instructor in Physical
Education for Men;


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Ronnie


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Jim and Joanie.


every


activity


they lead the field.


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The


Student Association


President ................................... ALICE SULLIVAN
Vice President .......................-..........LEROY LUNDY
Secretary ..................................PEGGY SYLVESTRE
Treasurer .....................................RONALD SEELEY


Meet the president-Alice Sullivan


The S


student Association comprises


the student government of the college.


The SA. as it is called, sponsors


social functions, inter-school athletic events, and the two school pub.


locations, The Conquistador and The Tropical Collegian.


It is impossible to receive many of the benefits of


the college extra-curricular activity schedule without possessing a precious green and white SA ticket.
The members of the Student Council are the SA and class officers. The representatives of the college
clubs are also entitled to a vote, although they seldom exercise this privilege.



















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......JOHN F


Editor-in-Chief .............
Business Manager........
Assistant Editor............
Photographic Editor.


Art Edito


BUCKLEY, JR.


.............................Bo ERNST
... ..................BOB ERNST
.....WI.........WLLIAM HEDDAEUS
....R. B. H. STROOP, III
..............RONALD WESTERMAN
.......... ....PEGGY SYLVESTRE
..................ALICE SULLIVAN
...................VIRGINIA RYTER


DOROTHY MOODY


...................... ......MR. JAMES A. LYONS


John F


Buckl


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was el


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Business


Mana


the 1949 CONQUISTADOR.


Miss,


Bob Ernst assumed the position and handled the business affairs when


Pollak left college.


Bud Stroop,


the Art Editor, designed the cover.


Photographic Editor Bill


Heddaeus took


the majority of the photographs.


was assisted bvy Ronald Angermuller and John Moynihan.


Ronny


Westerman


made up the


's Sports Section and Peggy


Sylvestre


served as Women's


Sports Editor.


RoNiALI) WaESTErM .AN BOBn ERNST
Snorts Editor Business Manager and A.


assistant Editor


orts Editor>.


's Sports Editor.


Men's S
Women


Soph om ore
Popularity


Editor
Editor


JOHN F. BUICKLEY, JR.
Editor-in-Chief


ponsor..
sponsor.


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Popularit


Editor


Chief ad-getters were Bob Ernst and John F. Buck-

ley, Jr. Other valuable members of the advertising staff
were: Jean Capwell. Peggy Sylvestre. Vilma Rosania,
Wilma Hidalgo, Jack Taylor, Virginia Ryter, Barbara
Bartholomew, Bud Stroop, George Schulte, Jim Malone\-.


Staff


Di lL HEEDr.AI s. Photographic
Editor, and Ron Angermuller


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Editor-in-Chief: I


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IARBARA MILLARD


Business Manager: BOB ERNST

The Tropical Collegian is CZJC's monthly literary publication.
The staff operated under the leadership of Barbara Millard, Editor-
in-Chief, and the guidance of faculty sponsors, Dr. Dorothy Moody


and Mr. James Lyons.


The Business Manager, Bob Ernst, capably


handled the details of publication.


BARBARA MILLARD, Editor


Bottom Row: Wilma Iidalgo, Peggy Sylvestre, Helen Pretz, Barbara
Millard. Clara Thomas. Vilma Rosania. Ruth Appin. Top Row: Alexander
Bernson. Kenneth Millard, John Buckley, Mr. James Lyons, Dr. Dorothy
Moody, Bob Ernst, Ren6 Vermillion, Albert Adams.


Vermillion. John Buckley, Peggy Sylvestre, Wilma Hidalgo, Alex-








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Bottom Row: Vilma Romania, Maureen Manush. Mrs.
Mary Quinton, Rena Boney, Barbara Millard. Helen
Pretz. Lillian Norris. Top row: Jean ( apwell. Bobbie
Andrews. Elaine Iuttle, Dora Perret. Angela Ford.
Ellen McClain. Dorothy Mondini. Martha Graham.
Ann Leigh.



The social calendar of the Gamma Chi Sorority was
a busy one during the school year. LtdI by President
Rena Boney. the- ororitv made outstanding social and
civic contributions to college life. The giris held initi-
ation s, banquets, a ororessive dinner, two rush teas-.


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Chairman ................ JAMES


Past Temporary


Chairman

Sponsor .....


Men's


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Membership in the club is based upon


the achievement of All-Star


recogni-


tion in two sports.
Social activities included a dance
held at the Balboa Gymnasium.


Bottom Row: John Mmonihan. James Russell, Francis Dolan.
Top Row: R. B. H. S :oip Ill, Charles McGlade. Jack Taylor,
lona ll A girnmaller. Jerry Darden.


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President .........
Vice President


OANNE


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Secretary
Treasurer


....................................................... JEAN SAARINEN
........... JOAN WILLIAMS


The Women's Varsity Club is responsible for the excellent
with the rival high schools. Admittanrce into the organization


t record compiled by the Junior College girls in competition
is based upon eighty per cent attendance at intra-mural games.


Social
play day.


activities


planned by


the organization were: a club banquet, a week's excursion to


Santa Clara, and a tri-school


Brtrttom


Row: W%!ma Hidalgo.


Svlv. tr&, Jamne


Willia


is. Barbara Fritz,


Joanne


F ivni. Jran


Saarien.


Joan Williams, Joan Horter.


TWll., Marioi Scihjeveland. onnnie Beil. hCarrie Fmregsley. Jennifer Lee. Eileen Rabiteau,


RUSSELL


Top Rou: Elaine Tuitl, h


Jlii1 Kilby Shirley~


Alice Sullivan.




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Sponsored by Dean Roger C.
Hackett and Mr. James A. Lyons.


otlight


weekly


mimeographed paper informing
the students of school activities.


alumni


Top Rotr:
-Mr. Jantr L


news.


and miscellaneous


Carrie Fr.'n-l'v.


'OIn-,


Vinia Rosania,


ara Thonma."
and Joanne


Flynn.


Borrom


Ron:


Arislela


Schmidt.,


Shirley


Peggy Sylvertre.


and Alice Sullivan


cL22a.


President
IVice President


The national junior


.............. FRED H uiss
.............. Loul.b MC TYRE
Sponsor ......... ....

honorary scholarship -o(iet


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Treasurer .......
.. .\l. St BRFJT Ti KItVFIl.L


which


was pa


Iterneld


after Phi Beta Kappa.


LI s


FoNG


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iha- fiunlionled


the Canal


Zone Junior


College for five ,ears.


Each year Phi Theta Kappa has


carry at


a public


east fifteen credit hours and have an


The foil


owing new


members


initiation
average


were added during tilhe


Enrique Ho. Jennifer Lee. Richard Paine.


\ ilm. Rosani.A


Lois Mclntyn-
Bn0Itim


Howard P


Karl Kern
or,: Edda


which admits t
of 2.0 or better.


year


axrnman,


: Enrique (
and Virginia


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Nori,'ga. -e Sutlihvan.


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Mill ld,


upper


Drew.,


tell p'ry


Barbara


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Fritz. Patricia Her on


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Mr. George Lee. Jean Capwell. Lili Dayton.


Top Row:


Kennerth


Millardi.


Manuel Garrido.


Bob Ernst, Kermit Flo


yd. Ben Byrnes.


Rene Vermillion.


James Jolly. George


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Soc iet


President


GEOHGE SCOTT


Second Vice


President .......


........... ............. KENNETH MILLARD


First Vice President


... ......... ......... J AMES JOLLY


Secretary .................................. ... .. LUCILLE H


AMILTON


Sponsor


.MRK. GEORGE O. LEE


The Natural


entertaining year.
ol activities.


Science


Society, composed of th


Thanks to the


hard work


e scientific


of the


clubs'


cally-minded students of the college, enjoyed an instructive and
officers and sponsor, the group had a well-rounded schedule


ipsi


LOmEga


(srlt Dirertor


. PEICGY


S'uIVESTHRE


gpon .or


................... ..... .-....M R. SI BERT


TURBYFILL


Deltt PJi Omega, lhr national honorary dramatic fraternity for


junior colleges, took eight new members during the


Scott.


Bottom


Rofw: Jane


Williams. Nydia


Gonzales.


Eileen Schneider.


Barbara


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Lois Mclntyre,


Millard.


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Bottom Row: J. Maloney. C. Sola, R. Johnston. R. Elton. G. Schulte. E. Mitchell, A.


Townshend. C. Harrison, J. Frazer, J. Hower, J. Taylor.


Tlap Ron: Ctach Beckman. R. Angerinuller,


W. Ohloe ft. R.


Westirman..


L. Lundly. J. Baldwin. BH Cardoze, J. Ridge,


W, Sullivan,


B. Seeley.


K. Floyd.


3Jooktaft


Coach Ed Beckman's Junior College eleven ended up the


CZJC ....


Cristobal ...................... 19


1948 (:anal Zone grid


"season


at the bottom of the pile. Due


to injuries
by the l.ss


and oilier rtasons


(:Z.J(:


was weakened severely


of key men.


The college, starting to feel the loss of key men, played


a sluggish


game that found Cristobal scoring almost at will.


( .risz bal ..... .. ...... 12


Gibson went around left end to score in the first quarter.
Cole smashed over left guard in the second quarter with


ITh co ,lerH


ran overf


(ristohal in the first half.


Horine kicking the extra point.


The last


score


came when


Sullivan


pa-ing to Ridge


for ithe first score and Lundy


Gibson took the ball on


a reverse around right end for ten


mo, ,r for lthe .(.cond TI) in the rtco nd tuartfr. Both conversion


yards and into the promised land.


alltmpibS


failed.


Cris (oba scored ji t before the half ended


hihi way over.


Gibon ran nearly fifty yards for


(:rilolial scored again when


C:zJ C


........ 6


a last quarter touchdown.


;CZ.j: had


two touchdowns alIled back during the first half.


The last game saw the worst defeat that CZJC has soil-


feared in


a long time. College held the ball for most of the


;ZJC(;


Halboa a


first half and scored when Ridge went over tackle for five


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Bntom Row: Jack Baldwin. Jim Frazer, John Hower. Jim Maloney. Top Row: Charles McGlade. Bill Cardoze. Leroy Lundy, Wally Ohloeft,
Ronnie Angermuller.


fI3aszefaf


1949 Inter-Scholastic


baseball


season


woun


d up in a two way tie


for the championship.


The boys


a whale of


ecommgn


co-champs, because at


the beginning


of the


season they did not have enough players to


form two teams.


Thb outstanding


players were


Joe Ridge, Leroy Lundy, Wally Ohloeft, and Bud


Magee.


The rest of the team, who all


combined


to do a terrific job,


was: Bill Cardoze, first base;


Leo Presho,


second


Charlie


McGlade, third


Joe Ridge, shortstop;


Ozzie Cardoze. right field;


Leroy Lun dy center field;


Domingo Hinds, Jack Baldwin, and Jim


Frazer,


left field:;


Wally Ohloeft,


catcher;


uggsy


McGee,


John Ho


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press time the undermanned college
d three individual Isthmian records.


thin-clads have


Bud Stroop, former record holder, began the BHS-CZJC
dual meet on March 25 by setting a new high hurdle record
in 15.9 seconds. Joe Ridge, versatile track star, followed
with a scintillating performance when he skimmed the low


As we go to press, Coach Ed Beckman has high hopes
of sending a team on to the hard wood that will challenge
Balboa and Cristobal for the Isthmian Championship.


flVV rkmnnI had~ Hurry Il~l


LilttLral


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bragging about.


softball.


sports have picked up considerably to a standard worth


In the 1947-48 season, the lassies managed to gain top honors in volleyball and


Again the girls are setting a College record with two championships so far in this 1948-49


school year.


Softta i
As the CONUISTADOR went to press, softball for girls was as yet in its early stages of

As the CONQUISTADOR went to press, softball for girls was as yet in its early stages of


the game.


There was one team in the JC-BHS League but it was a top team.


Probable All-Stars at dead-line date are Catcher


Jenny


Lee on the receiving end from


Pitchers Joan Williams, Alice Sullivan, Peggy


if needed.


ylvestre and Alice Castro, also doubling in the


Joanie Horter and Shirley Weltz sharing first base with Ann Nichols and Marian


Schjeveland taking their turns at second base.


Barbara Fritz and Joanne Flynn are both top-notch


third basemen.


Jane Williams covering the shortstop position completes the infield.


Taking over


on the fielding job are Barbara Budge, Nancy Coleman, Ann


Baltazzi and Carrie Frensely.
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This first sport of the year was met with much enthusi-
asni b all the girls in College. Plenty of new talent from the


Slates and


BHS and


wav. plus some of last


\veterans brought volleyball into the limelight.


year "


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captained by


Barbara Fritz and Jane


honors in the JC-BHS league


IFritz's


Williams topped all
team won a high first


place with Williams' team right at their heels in secitnd.

All-Stars were picked and Coach Pat O'Connell started
them inI rigorous training learning t(, serve, hit. and spike.


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girls won the


were well worth their effort for the JC


volleyball award from


Cristobal and Balboa.


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school year.


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captained by Shirley Weltz and Joan


Williams.


Weltz's wonder-women dribbled and passed down
the floor, eight exciting games to a first place


in the league.


Williams's Amazons were not far


~ behind in second place.




The girls practicing






All-Stars chosen to play the best in BHS and CHS teams were Captain Joan Williams, Alice Castro,
Joanne Flvnn. Alice Sullivan, Jane Williams, Barbara Fritz. Marian Schjeveland, Joanie Horter, Jenny Lee


and Shirley Weltz.
winning the Interscl


The good ol' College team trounced, bounced and beat Cristobal and Balboa each twice
iool Championship away at the top. Team Manager Nancy Coleman was responsible for


the morale and chewing gum for the team.


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Acknowledgements


"'Rome was not built in a day,


and the same line can apply to the 1949 CONQUISTADOR.


With-


out the hard work and co-operation of the members of the annual staff this book could never have


achieved realization.


This is the first CONQUISTADOR that has been published in the United


States and we are sure that it will not be the last.


The engraving, printing, cover, and workman-


ship of this annual are of a quality that has never been approached by previous Canal Zone Junior
College yearbooks.

The Canal Zone Junior College and the CONQUISTADOR staff would like to thank the
following people for helping to make this book possible:

Mrs. Bernette Beatty and the Southern Engraving Company.
Mr. Ben Granger and the St. Petersburg Printing Company.
Mr. Carter McKee and the Kingsport Press, Inc.


Mr. Frank


for his excellent


football


photographs.


Mr. G. C. Lockridge for his sports photographs.
The Canal Zone Junior College Student Associn ion for their financial assistance.
Our advertisers who made this book possible.


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1949 JOI-iN F. BUCKLEY, Jr. J. ROBERT ERNST Editor-in-ChieF Business Manager

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Now soy farewell, and leave the hall s The old familiar faces and The touch of each familiar hand; A wider, freer wo rld calls.

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_T' The wealth of nations possed this way, with beJ l s A jingle in the oir, as mule teoms bore Great riche s to the Sponish king, and now The vi n es g ro w f rom t h e s tone s and thr ough the door.

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President j.\CK A. TAHOR LOI S \ lclNT YIlE L os Ange l es Ca lif o rnia ;;'ophomort' Cla .. s St'crd3f}. 2: Natura l Scien ce Socit'l}. I 8. 2: Phi The ta Kapp a. 1 8. 2. VictPre",ident. 2: G irl s V a r .. ity Club. I: \ ollcyball. I : Baskelba ll. 1 : Softba ll. 1: Dance Commillees. I 8. 2: Con{JlliM(uJor Bu .. inl' .... 1. "(Uftar) Lw'> \ld'Tlltl JAC K A. TAYLOR "Jackie" P o rtl a nd. Orego n Sop h o more Class Pres i denl, 2; junio r College Var s it) C lub. 2. Sec r e tary. 2; F ootball. ] & 2. AllSta
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R ONA LD EnNES T A neon. Can a l Z o n e J un io r Co ll e g e V a r s i t y Club. Secr e t a r r 2: F ootball. ] S. 2. AIIS lars 1 S. 2: \ Va t e r P o lo 1 S. 2. AII S t a r s 1 s.. 2: Ba se ball. I &. 2. AIIStars 1 : B a s ketball. 2: Swimming 2. AIISt a r s 2: Soft b a ll. 1 &. 2. AIlSl a r s 1 &. 2: Int e rnati o n a l Relation ... C l u b. 1 : \'I;' at e r P olo a n d S oft b all Awa r d 1. CLARE H CO'"NS Wate r to wn. N. Y ALICI A CASTHO An co n Can a l Zo n e G irl s V a r S i l } C lub. ] & 2: V olleyb a ll. I s.. 2. AIl S t a r 1 & 2: B a s k e t b all. J &. 2 i \IlSt a r s. I &. 2: Softball. ] &. 2. 1 & 2: S wim m in g o I : C h oru ... I &. 2 JERR Y J O H N DARD E N / oke Fayelt ev ille. North Car olin 3 Juni o r Coll eg!' Club. 2 : Football. 1. AtISta r s I : 1. AIIStar ... I : Wa t f'r P o l o. 1 S. 2. AII S t a r;;;. I s.. 2: I s.. 2 All S t a r s.l &. 2 : I nternational C lub. I : Wat e r P ol o a n d S h i mm i n g \ wa r d s I. R I CIIA I W A. CAU TIIE H S Can a l Zo n e L1n i t e d A cade my. 1 : S aili n g T l'arn: P ro p e ll e r Club: L a ti n A nwrican Club: R l'gimenlal Council: A c t i,it i e .. I-!o u;;;e C omlllit t N' : D a nce Commillee: S ocit'l ) of j \ l a ri n e .\rc hit ('c t"-. J. R O BEIlT ERN S T !Job Canto n O hi o N at u r a l Sci e nce Soci('l y 1 s.. 2 Co mrni lk, C h a irman 2 : W at e r P o l o. 1 8. 2 ; S w imm i n g. 2: iJa nce Comrn ill e('. 2: Tro p ical Coll eg ian. Bu" j M a n a g e r 2: Conqu is tad o r E d itor. 2. B u ... in i'"'' ,\Ia n a gc r 2 MIRE I L L E CEL ERIEH Panam a C i t y R de P KI. .. l gore College. K d g ol't". I. A NGEL F LO H E S Camp Gailla r d Can a l Zo n e \'(' a l c r P olo. 1 s.. 2 : Ba .. ketball. I.

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JOANNE ELIZABETH FLYNN An co n. Ca n a l Z o n e Girls' V a r"it y Club. 1 &. 2 Preside nl. 2: V olley ball. ] &. 2. AIIStar s. 1 &. 2: Basketball. I &. 2. AIISt.". I & 2: Softb.11. I & 2 AIISt.r-. I & 2: Chri" tm as Program. 2: COIllIII iltt.'e. 2: S p o t lighl. 2: Intramural Trophy. 1 : Voll ey ball and Softball Awards. 1 : Voll t') b all and Bas k e tb all Award ... 2. LOIS LUCILLE H Al\ I I LTON Au lt. Co lorad o Natura l Sci e n ce Soc i e ty. I g. 2. S('c r etary. 2. PH YLLI S FONG P a nama Cit)'. R d e P Phi Theta K a ppa. I &. 2. Secretary. 2: H igh H o nor Ce rt ifi ca t e. I LoUIS F. HAUSS. In. Co l on. R d e P. Phi Theta Kappa. 1 8. 2. Pr('
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K.'\RL WILLIA\I KER\, "BilI"' K o k o m o I ndiana P hi The la Kappa. I s.. 2. Trea..,urer. 2. i\ I AUREE'\" ANN .t\I Ai\USIl Ane o n. Canal Z o n e Dramal ic .. 1: "On Second Thoughl:' I : Villa ge G reen:' I : S iagin g. I : Producing,. I : Gamma C hi. I s.. 2. Vict' Pre" icienl. 2: Inle r n a li onal R e l a lion .. C lub. I : Girl;;;' Var .. ily Club. I : \ oll('yba ll. 1: I 8. 2: Dan c(' Com mi ll ee... 1&.2; L .. h e ring., 1 8. 2: S how. 1. [LLEN \ V a t enille -'faine Cunlllla C hi. 2: Phi The t a K appa. 2. B\HBAH \ l\IA E .\IJLL\HD On eo nt a \'e\\ Y o rk Phi Thf>ta Kappa. 2: Natural ""O(:i l' t }. 2: Camilla C hi. I 8. 2. 2: Choru ... 2: En;.di ... h \ ..... 2 : ... h ip and Puhlica t ion .. hard .... I : Tropical Collegian. 1 S. 2. Edilor.2. CII,"".ES I \ILGUDE "C ha::" D ecatur. Illin o i s Junior Colleg,(' V a r ... il} Club. 2: Football. 1 S. 2. \IIS-Iar ... 2: .. ('ba ll. I &. 2. \1I .slar.... I 8. 2: W3r l' r P o lo. I S. 2. AIIStar .... I s.. 2: Ba .. kelhall. I &. 2. .... I 8. 2: I s.. 2. : \11-Slar ... I S. 2: Ba",('ball a n d Wah-r P olo \\\ard .... J. Eoo I LLI \OHIEG. I San Carlos. H. de P. \ ollnball. I: P hi Tilda Kappa. I 8. 2: Schol a r .. hip !-h arc!. I. J \:\IES J. l\L\LOi\E) Br ookl) n. \ 0 Y o rk Inrern a t ional Relati on .. Club. J: Football. 1 8. 2. Ca ptain. 2. AII-Slar. 2: 13a .. eball. 1 : Water P o lo. 2: B a .. kelba ll. J : Fa .. hi o n Show Commit-1t'C'. 1 ; Vt'I('ran. l S. Na\}. J \ ;\IES JOSEI'll O'OOi\i\ELL B a l b oa. Ca n a l Z o n e Frl, .. hman Pre .. idenl. 1 : D a ncl" COIllmill(' e".l.

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RIC HARD B. PAINE H ya nnis. l\l assac hu setts Phi Theta Kappa. 2: R A. V e leran. RUTII SCIIJEVELA N D '"Robill Brook l y n New Y ork Vollt'}'va ll. 1 &. 2. I &. 2: Ba sketball. J &. 2: Softball I &. 2. Ali-Star s I: Speech Prog r am. I : Girh; Var .. ;ly Club. I &. 2: Volleyball and Soflball Awards 1. VIL)'IA LillA R OSANIA Co l oll. R d e P. Phi The ta Kappa. 1 &. 2. Council 2: Gamllla C hi 1 &. 2. 2: I n ternation al R e lation .. Club. I : C hri .. tma .. Progr a m J : Co m Illt'ncellwnl Exe rci s e Program. I : Scholar s hil J \ ward. I : 51) 011ighl. 1 &. 2: Tropi c al Coflegilm typing 2: LOtllflliSt(lC/Qf ::.I aff. 2. AUr.1STELi \ SCI-li\IIDT "Mafflj"' P allama Cil),. H d e P. C h or u s I: S potl ight. 2. J ULIO J SANCIIEZ Cordo D avid. H d e P F oot ball. 1 &. 2: Ba sketball. I : Track. 1. ALICE J OAN SULLIVAN Ancon. Ca n a l Zon e S .t\. Secr e laq' I : S.I \ 2: II1I( r natio nal Club. I : Girl::.' Clu l.. I &. 2: Phi Thcla Kappa. 2: Voll e yba ll I &. 2. All S tars. 1 &. 2: Ba;;;:hlball. 1 &. 2. AII-Slar ... 1 &. 2: Softball. 1 &. 2. I: Intramural Sport s Troph)' I: Volleyball Award. I &. 2: Basketball Award. 2: Softball Award. I : Scholar ... hip Award. I : Dance Conllnill ct' ... : C h a irman o f Annual Banq u e t. J : Conquis/arlor S t aff. I & 2: 2: Spotli gh t 2. l V I ARION SCIIJEVELAND Br oo k l yn. New Y o rk Var s i t y Club. 1 &. 2: V ollc yba ll. 1 &. 2. I & 2: Ba<:kethall. 1 &. 2. All-Star ... I &. 2: Softball. I &. 2. AlI S lars I &. 2: Cheer lead e r I &. 2; I nlrarnurul S p o rt s Awa r d. I : Vollcyball Awa r d. I &. 2: Rashtball Awa r d. 2: Softball Award. l. .l\IARCAHET ANTOIi\ETTE SYLVESTH E P e ggy" Cri s tobal. Canal Zone S \ S ecre tary. 2: Till"' Great Anlt'ri can Fami l):' I ; "Sh ool in g High:' 2; Drama A ..... em ],1). I : f.irh: Var"-il } Club. I &. 2. S ccrt'lary. I : Phi Tl1I'la Kappa. 2: Odlll P"-i Ormga. I &. 2. Pre ... itit'lI l. 2: Gamma C hi. 2: V olleyball. I &. 2. AII. S lar .... I &. 2: B a ... kdball. J &. 2. All-Star ... I ; Softball. I &. 2. \IIS lar .... I ; CllI;"e rkader. I IIt'ad Chl't'r l l'ad('r. 2: I nlramural Sport ... Troph)' I : Softball \ wa r d. 1: Voll('}boll Awar d. I &. 2; llonct' CorumiU( '('". J &. 2: .>\ .... l'lI1-hI}' Cornrni lWc. I : Banqut't Committe e I; Spot light, 2: COllqlliMO(/(JT, 2: Tropi c al Collegian. 1&2.

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CLARA THOMAS An co n. Canal Zon e Gamma C hi. 2: C hri s tma s Prog ram. 1 ; Trop ical Collegial/. I & 2: S p o tli g ht. 1 & 2. RENE M VERl\HLLION Villfagnan, France A sse mbl y Co mmitt ce. 2; C h o ru s I & 2: Orc h es tra. 1: Na t ural Scie nce Soc i e t y 2; Tr opical Collegial/, 2: Conquistador, 2: Wat e r Polo. 2. PERRY E. TRUXTON "Trux" Flint. M i c h igan Cam e ra Club. 2. Preside nt. 2: Dan ce Commit t ees 2: Conquistador S taff. 2: Mana ge r of Cok c mac hin c, 2 ; V e t e r a n U. S. Air Cor ps. S HIHLEr ANN WELTZ l'vlo n o ngah e l a. P e nn sy lvania Girl s Var sity C lub 1 & 2: Vollcyball. 2. All S tars 2: Bas k etba ll. I & 2. All-Stars. I & 2; Softball. I & 2. AII S t ars. I & 2: V olley b all Award 2: S oftball Award I : Bas k c t ball Award 2; Spo t I i g ht 2 DWICHT M VAN EVERA, J H Balt i m o r e Mary land B as k e tball. 2: Track. 2. CARl\' I EN M LIN ARE S Panama C it y R d e P Commc n ce m ent Exe rli ses. I : l \ l u s ic. 1. RENA WELLS BONEY Nash vill e, T e nn essee "Shootin g Hi g h 2 ; Ga mma C hi 1. 2 P resi de n l 2: Phi Theta Kappa. 1 & 2 ; N atural Sci e n ce Soc i e t y 1 ; Hig h H o n o r s Award. 1. (NOT PICTURE D ) ROBERT B. SAG ER. J R C l eve land. Ohi o u. S . \le r c h anl Marin e (NOT P I CTURED)

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COLLEGE ACTIVITIES CALENDAR "Ge t A c qu a int e d Dan ce a t Balb oa Gymnas iulIl Assemb l ) E l ectio n of S tud e nt A ssoc iati o n Officers C las::: ies-Electio n o f dass office r s OCTOBER D elta Omega Ii allowc'en Part y Elks Club Dan ce Asse mbl y On e ac t pia) e ntitl e d "Fireman Save M y C hild" \0\ Football D a n ce a t Balb oa GYlllnasium Assemb l ) -Lcclurc b y Mr. J ohll Ma y les L ectu r e b) COllgress man 1\1 ike i\\ onro nc) DICCE\lBER Club D ance C hri.;;Lrllas Dalll'c j f or mal ) H ote l Tivoli i\lu i c JA\l.;ARY Ar..<.. mill y T ab l e prOdUdi{)11 of II. M S Piflfljor e (Other acli\ilics ('anl'ellecl bcca u c o f p olio e pidcllli( j FEBR AllY Val e ntin e Dan ce at Sa ilfi s h C lub ( f o rmal) Elk s C l ub D a n ce Ass e mbl y Phi Th e ta Kappa Initi ation J\IAHC H H a) rid e a nd pi c ni c a t P edro Mi g uel Sw imming: parly alld picnic Ga mm a Chi Banqu e t Illu s tr a t e d L ec tur e on Life in the Galapa g os I slands b y Mr. B o w e n and Mr. Vinton APRIL Sop h o m ore f f o rmal) Dan ce Gamma Chi Dance Elk s Club Dan ce A ssembl y Vari e t y s how J\I AY Fr eshma n -opholl1o re Banqu e t and Dallt.:c Annua l p eccI! C l ass t\' sclIlbl y JU:\E Com m e n celllent

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GEOH C : SCIIUl.TE Pr esit l ellt \I""l J r.", Bon!..; J O H N J\loHmIA'" Vi ce Pre s ident B \IIO.\II,\ BU1C): BE"1 BlIIN t:S BOCt: 1 1 i\tAIWIIO Tr eas urer FI.OYIl J EAN SAAlII ... E ... B AIIIlAII,\ BAnTHOI.O)lEW JA\lI:. S FIIAS ) : H S ecre tary COz\NIt: 131:.11.

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J OliN HO\HII P AT L EACII h :NNIHR LEt:

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LILLI<\, '\ \'"0111115 Don \ PElmET H t u ,'\ PIIETZ RAlll n \l Jo"", 'IIHIIIIHI

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ROCEH C. H A C K ET T De(1/I a"d I"struc tor ill Social Sciellce A.B.. I n d i a n a U ni ve r sity A.M .. H a n 'ard U ni ve r sity Graduak work Ox f o r d U niver sity J A M E S A. LYONS Illstruc tor ill Comme r cial Edll C(ltioll Dea/l oj Mell B.S . Nt\\ Y o rk l1ni\cr sil)' .. N e w York n i\'c rsity Graduat e work Co lu m bi a U n ive r s it y 1) 0l
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J. STUAHT McNA l l{ I nSlfllctor in Mathematics (llId Ellgineerillg B.S .. Kn ox College : \I. S .. U ni v .. : r .. i t y of C hi ca go: Graduate work. UniH : r,,[ty of \,\' i:.colhin l'I R S PATI{\CIA O'CONNELL III" t rl/ c t o r in I-'h)sic al Eell/calioll lor Ir o m e ll B.S . N e w J e r .. ( y Sial l' Teac h ( r:. Coll e ge LAU HE N WOO D B Y I nstru c tor ill Ellgill e erillg B.S .. Ce ntral .\l ichigun Colleg e of Edu cation: \I.A .. Univer sity of I\lichi:,:a n : Graduat e II' o rk. 1 \1i c higan Siale Collcgo-; of A. a n d A.S.: Hunard Uni\e r::-it}: a n d \1. 1. T. SUBEHT T UBln FILL IlIs trll c t o r ill En gl i s h (//1(/ J)ronl(lIin B.F A . Univ e r .. i t ) of OkluholUu: .. L niH r .. il) o f Oklahoma: Gradual,' Ilo rk. Columbia Lnil t'r .. il\: Profe .... [onal "Iud). Hic t S c h oo l o f 1111' Th('a lrt SIIEP\IW S, CI ... UtK IlIs trll c l o r ill ( ummercial E dl/ca l ioll II. S .. 1 \('\1 ) ork l nht r .. it}: .\1..\ . Nt'\1 ) ork l ni lt r .. il) KE:r-.r-.ETIl \"'(/ \ I i'"T O N I n s tr llc t or I II "h) si c a/ Scien ces \ B .. H ipoll Coll tgl'. \\, i .. ('o n .. in: \ .\1 .. Co lulllhia l ni'l'r ... i l),: Gradua[e 'OI'k. l ni\('I .. i [[ ('-. o f Wi .. <"on .. in and Co l o ra do

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( \ ot Piflilred) 1 I ELEi\ \ CU.ROY { .. ibrariall .\.8.. l niH r-i l } of \Ia banla :.\. \1 .. Lni\rr-it) of \Iabama: G r ad U31t: \\ork. Lni\t r .. il} of C hi cap:o ( \ ot P i c tured) OLCA J. Fnos.,. I n s trll c t or in Frerlr h \ .B.. Colleg.t of \I oun t Saint \'i n c .. nton llu d .. on: Gradual!-\\ork. L .. il) of ""oulh\ 'rl1 Ca lif o rni a ( \ o t N e ll/red ) GERTRLDE O;\DERDO;\CK -I H i LibrtJrifJII fLelt} C IIAHLES B B OWEN Instruc t or in lIislOr) (Jlld Soci,,1 Science B. \ .. Bald\\ in -\'\:' aIl3c(, Colleg(: \I.A .. Ohio Stal e L'ni", ? r sit) ( Right) FLom B CKLEY Instructor in Ph)sical Sciences I L \.. of Iowa: Gradual e w o rk. of C hi c a go : U ni\('rof .\Iinn e"ola: Sianf o rd nht'r:oil}: Uni\'er sily of ,\Iullic h. G('r Illall y: and thl' Techn i sc h e 1 l och -.. c hul t'. St utt ga rt. Ge rm an) ( I\or P ic/ure(1) H ELE N C. B / \ KER I n s/wc l or in Music B.A . of fll inn esota: Craduat(' work. Nt'w 'ork U niver s i t y: Col u mbia Uni\t r .. it)'. and Corndl t ni\tr .. it) WILLI, \l:\1 ZEfllEIl I n strll(lor i,1 EI/IICfJl ioli .. Ohio SIUIt' l ni\ c r .. il} (Lpl t ) CEOnC E O LEE ITls tr l/('to r in lliofogiClJ/Sriellce B.:-; .. I ow a Co lh gt; 1 \ .\1.. Col umhia l nivt'r ... il} : Graduult' \\' o l k l nhtr ... of a nd SouTlwrn Ca l ifornia ( Hight) ALLE' 13. \'l \RD I n S lrllct or 111 Spllnish \ I L l ni\, r .. it) of Ntbrac;ka: 1\.\1 .. l ni"' r "ity o f N I ],rn .. ka ; Gradual!' \\ork. ( nh,r .. Q f \lillll""OIB find PUI'rto flico rLejt) EOWI l\ BECK;\IAN I nstrllclOr in PII)siclll I/Il ca l ioll lor ,\le n : Arhlelic COfJch B.S. ill Ed .. P :lIlzar Col l ege : Gradu ate work. U ni of ;\Iiami (Not P ictllre d ) DOH'rIlEA R ECTO I { I nslrllc t o r in PII) sic lll Education lor ,ro m e n t U L L of \ 1011, lana: Graduat e work. lilli \l'r-if) of Ca lifornia

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[I ntEllEctual Phyllis and Bud L ikAy t o d u ccud R e n a and J ohn with Governor i=r ancis K. Newcomer

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d/1 /0 1t c:lfff-cI1wLtl2d Peggy and L eroy d/1 /0 1t (/:Jo j2LJa. Ginny and J ohn

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jimmy all(1 Dot P e rs o nalit y plus. and ooh. h o w th ey dance! ;\I ce l our ';\Jr. and 1\l i ss All-Aro und. jim (Ifill j O(ll/ie. I n eve r y ac t ivity th e) l ea d the field. Ronnie and lI ar), je,,,,. o ur fri e ndl ) lead e r s o f the J C I n t e lli ge nt s ia. Here arc ou r m o d e rn t o \ T enu s and Ap ollo. Bobbie lIrul j o linllY

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Jloureell and R oger. our likeabl e po pul a r ity t w i ns. I ntrodu c ing o ur t ops in ta l e nt. L iI; am/ B e ll, J e a (lnd C lllirlie. c v c r ybo d ) s friend co upl e the ir winnin g w ays w ith a frie ndl y s mile. S Mrley 01/ dRoll. les co ntributi o n t o s p o rtin g e x celle n ce. K a rl lind Ba rb a ra. Th e ir l e ad e r ship in sc h oo l t o day s u ccess in th e w o rld l o m o rr o w

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The Student Association Pr es id e llt .. ALICE: SULLIVAN Vice Pr es i de nt .... .......... L EHOY L UNDY Sec r e tar y ......................... PECC \ SYLVES TRE Trea slirer ....... H O NALD S EE L EY I / eel 'he presitlellt \Iicl' 5ulli,an The S tud ent A ssoc ia ti o n co m prise::, t h e s tud ent governme nt o f th e college T he A. as i t i s called s p onso r s soc ia l run ctions int e r sc h oo l a thl etic e v e nts. a nd th e two sc h oo l pub l ications. T h e Conquist a do r an d Th e T ropic a l Colleg u/f/ It i s imposs ib l e t o r ecei"e man y o r th e b e n e fit s o ( the college extracurricul a r ac tivit y sc h e d u le w ith o ut p ossessi n g a prec io u s g r ee n a nd whi t e S A ti c k et. Th e o th e S tud e nt Council are th e S A an d c lass o ffi ce r s The r eprese nt a t i ves o f th e college clubs a r e e n t itl e d t o a vote. a lth o u g h th ey se ld o m exe r c i se t h i s pri vilege '1111" "Hil,r .. of till" 'Iudt'nl ort .. IH,v.n IlH'dil1;'; Ilith Iill'ir .. \lr. L aurt' n Woodb) SClI / c d /rom Ic/ t to "1-:11l (IN" \If. fllIIIIJ); HOllal d IO,ttI,). Ir"a"lll"t'r: I. t ro) LUlHly, i(, p r t'" idelll ; Aliet S ullivan prt ... id<.'nt: umll\l a rgnn I ')ilt,.,I r. ... t (' rt 'tary.

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(10" iO bo t/om) J. J ohn and P a l Jm' and Barhara. 2. En)o:rIllA )fJur .. ,I\I,,! 3. \1Ir! "if' hand plaYfd on. COLLEGE (lOp 1 0 hOllom) I. Co kes and th e f ae ull). 2. Ain', b { ':Juli ful'! 3. Tabl e for ... ix

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(top to boltom) Traffic jam. 2. Swee t and low. 3. Do. reo and the r e's m e DANCES (top 10 boltOIll) I. Swing. it. Jack .. o n 2. Fi\t' man quartet. 3. Swi n g and sway th e Seeley way!

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E d il o r .ill C hi ef Bus i ness l/ al/ager E d i lo r .. Pho lO!f,rap hi c fdilor J r l E d ilor Ilen s Spor l s Edil o r If oll/en s S p orts E dilOI Soph olllore E d il o r P o puill ril.l Edi l ol' Spo n sor S po n sor J O li N F BUCK LE'-JH. ... B OB E HN S T .. B O B ER'ST \ V ILUA).! H ED I>AEL S H B H. STROO P III ROi\ALD \ VEST EHi\IAN ... P EGGY SYL V E S T R E .... ALlC E SULUV Ai\ ... \ IR G I N I A R YTEH .. JlJss D O IWTH Y i\iOOD \ .... i\iR. jA)'I E 5 A. LYONS 1 0 hn F'. Buckle\'. Jr.. wa c lc r t eci Edito r inC hief and Lies l P ollak. Bu.iuess o f th e J 9 1 9 COi\'Q l I S T A IJOI ( B o b Erlls t a,suill e d th e p o sit i o n a 'I(I hand l ed th e business a ff a ir s w h e u Iii .. P olla k l e f t c ollege Bud S t roop. t h e Art Edito r. d c'ig n e d t h e co \ er. Ph o t ographi c Editor Bill H eddaeus t ook th e m a j o r i t y o f t h e ph o t o g r a p h H e "a. a.si s t e d b y R o n a l d Angermulle r a nd J o hn 1\lo), n i " n. R o n n ) \,'I'e,t e rm a n m a d e u p th e Sports Sectio n alld P e ggy Syh estre s e rved a s W o m pn', p orI, Ed i t or. Wt.o;;H.il"" ')POrtS Ediror B U I) 1/(Uwger and ASl>is lflll1 (lllor

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' \ 1 1('"", .\, Sophomore Editor Chie f a d gelle r s wer e B ob Ern t and J ohn F. Buck l ey, 1r. Othe r valuab l e m embe r s of the adver t i sing s t aff wer e : Jean Capwe ll. P eggy Sylvestre, Vilm a H osania, Wilm a Hid a l go. J ac k T ay l o r Vir ginia H y t er. B ariJaI"H B a rth o l omew, Bud S tr oop. George Schulte. Jim .\l aloncy. a n d C lare Comin s Bl1) :;;,.1100 1 Art Edifor .. a n d B o b The StaFF (;1'" HHt: H / >opII!(lrif' Edi t or BIJ.L I h :DlH \I .... Edifor, and Ron \ng('rllluItN

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Editor-ill-thief: BARHAItA ,\IILLAItI) B llsiness M (//wger: BOH ER'sT The Tropi cal Collegiafl i s CZ JC's m onthl y lit erary publ i cation_ The s t a ff o p erate d unde r th e l eade r ship of Barbara Milla rd Edit orin-Chi e f. a nd the guida n ce o f faculty s p o nsor s Dr. D o r othy Mood) and Mr. James L yo n s. The Bu s in ess B o b Erns t. ca pabl y handle d the d e tail s o f publicatio n. B AIUURA M 11_1.-\ 1m. ElJitor Bot/om How: \l;tilrna II itl a l go. P tggy Syl\c"l re. 1-1(1\'11 Pr('lz. Barbar a \Iillanl. Clara Thoma ... \ ilrna R o .. ania. HUlh i\ppin. Top R ow: A lexan dtr B,rn-oll. I\f 'nndh \lillard. J ohn Bucklt). ,\Ir. Jaml'" Lyon .. Dr. DOrOIIl) \ I ood}. HoJJ Ern"l. Rt'n e \ ,rrnillion. \Ibert Adam". ,'/JoruorJ 1J1t. D OHoT l n \1001)' JA\U,S \ L, o"is OUbtanding ITIr'mhrr" alld edi tors of th e ma g azine were : R e n e \ ermi lli ( .IIl. J()hn Buck l ey. Pegg) 5) h cs trr. \Vilma Hidalgo. A l exandf'r Jennifer I...{-e. and B e \ er!, f a ll. J o hn Bu c kle) a lso "'(-n fd fI_", tht" anoll) III eJ u.., Tropical Tramp

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gamma Chi Presidellt ...... .. REi\A Secre tor ) ......... ... ........ l hnnAHA l \lu.LARl) TrCflSllrcr VII. \t" R OS'\N t A ...... I\lH S. Qtt'\'TO;" /3 0(10111 Row: Vilma R o .. ani a. \ l aL/reen \ lan1l.::h. I\l r ... Quinton. R ena Boney. Barbara \ 1 illard. Helen Prdz. Lillian Norris. Top row: Jean Bobbie Elaine-TunIc. Dora P erret Allgf' l a FonL Elle n Dorot h y \ I o ndini Marlha Graham, Ann L e i g h Th" ,-oe ial cal.ndar of 111(' C a milla Chi Sorority wa.:: a o n e during Ih e '-chool Ltd b) Prl' .. R e n a Boney. t h e made oUHanding ,-oc ial and c i vic contribution .. to college life. Thl" girb held initi at ion.::_ a prog res .. i \t" dinner, 1\\0 ru"h and a n as:.:;.embly. The member compI..: !,-I) felllodl 'led Ih e coll,'g(' lounge_ A cll/o banquet.

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Presit lelll Buttum Rill, J ,.hll \10' ",h .. ", J3m". Ku __ d l. F r .. "c,. Dolan. T"p Rill. R. B. U ... :roop III l:h;uk \1( Glad ... JJck TJ)]or """aid J(ro O .. rdrn. U ce IJresil/elll JO\"E 1.' .. ", .. lhIW\II\ FIIITI. Secretar) Trl!flSllrer T empomr) Chairma/l Pasl T emporar) Uwirmflfl R B. 1-1. Sponsor \111. \Vlttl\\1 Z.;\II.1t The j\lt' n' s Van, i y Cl u b W3'" o r ga ni ze d for thc fir s t t illl!' thi" }'I'ar. \h_mber .. hip i n 'he club i .. ba"'t'd lIpon ,hl' uchievelllcni of AIISlar rt'cogni 'ion i n h\O s porl .. Social acli\ilie .. in cl u (h'd a dance held a l th e Balboa Cymna .. iull1. JE.\i\ SAAHI N E N JO\' \'\I1Ll.t,\\I.!3 Tht \COllH'Il ... Var .. il) C ili b i .. for 'he ('XCI;'\lCI1' r{'cord c ompilt' d br the Junior CoJlege g irl .. in compe tition ",ilh Ihe ri\al high .. ('hoo\... \dmitt311{' e inlo the ,'rgani/alion i .. ba .. ed upon p e r ce nl al't'ndanc, al inl r a-Illural game ... :'oc iai acli\ili,,_ planne d b) Ill!' organii'aliPII \l e r t': a club hanl/lld. 11 \\I 'el.. .. e:\Cur .. i O Il 10 ::>anla Clara. and a tri.-chooi pia} (hi) eM",m N(}" \"'rn,, 1I,,1;}1j:". .s.h,.,,, j;}". B .. TI .... .1I .,iI,. j o.lllnr h"". J .... \\ill ....... joo" lIon,r. T"p Ntlll ... TUIII.' J .. I", ,""n". \\..111 \Iann" S c h j,,,-luIH I t"""i. 1),.,1. Can, 1.,-".1 .... j.""ir., L .. b l .... lll1ah,t .. 3u. 'lif" !",Ih,,,n.

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S p o n so r e d b ) D e an Hoger C. H a c k e tt and i\1r. J a m es A. L)on s the Spot light i s the w ee kl y mimeogr a ph e d p a p e r inf o r m in g th e students o f sc h oo l activities. alumni n c\\s. a nd m isce l l a neou s d a t a, r"p R"". c.u" .. fr"n.I .. ,.. \tr. J ail"" L,.,n., \,tma R O..;jt"a. and J03nn .. t'l,.lIn. HOllo", R O k S chmidt, ::oh"t"l "".-In:. Ptll) !))t"tOUt. and t,el' P relidell t ice P residellt Sponsor .Fut :!) 1\\1 <;;; ... 1..QI ... i\lc1w\HI Seuftan Tr easurer \ 111. :-;lIH. H'l' T,IW\III. J P,n!.II" Fo'\(; I-.. \11I 1\:111'\ Tilt' n at ional junior college hnllomq .. chola1"-hi" ... oci,-,t}. whic h wa .. patterne d after Phi Bda l\:: q>p.l. ha ... furlt'liorwd in the Canal Junio r College for fiq: )ear. ElICh year P hi Theta Kappa ha", a public ini tiation whil'h admit .. th" ... tudent ... in the upper ten l)t'r ( t'lll of the 1hal carr) al ... a ... l fifl t"'11 ('ndi1 and h a\(' a n of 2.001 hl 'lIt' I '. The follow ing new membe r;: we r e added durin g Ihe }t'ar: Enrique Chi. Hu ... t 1I Drew. Barhara Frill. Ileron. E n ri q ut' 1-10. J e nnife r L t'c. H i c hard Paine, Howard PaxlI1an and Virginia R)h:r. l o p N o ... 1.0" 'lei"." .. "'"r! ",.'t" .;! l ... ... 1I"" .. t
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S O Uo," Ruu: 13n .. \\illi.",. '"dia Conule . L o,' 'Ielnl)r ... Eil .. en Schneidl" f \t.. G.o.lOt" O. I..t" ... ll"an Cap"l"II. Lill Barbara Millm.d. Top Ro,.: ...... nn ... 11 \la"" .. 1 Ga",do. B I I .:." ......... r"' .. rlo"d. 8.'" B." """ H.' "'' \ .'nnill'Oll. 1.m .. 1011,. (.l"o.," !l eot . PUS/ll en t Fir s t I 'ire Pre side nt Sponso r Sr:OTT J"\Its JOtt \' Ser:olld I 'ire P re sit lellL Secre tllr) \ li t. GWlle O. Ln. KEN1\t:TIl 1 \ l u .to\m) LIC ILU. H ,\\lItl'Ol' Th( l\atural ,:-c it'lH'e Comp()-.ed f.r tlw of IllI' coll.ge an i n ... l r u cli,t' a nd e nlf>rlaining year. t o th e hard work o f t h e club' and the had a w e ll .rounded ... chedul e of (flU Iho ('tu r \ 111. SllIt.IIT Tt tun t ILl. IJfhE< P ... i On.,. ,,3. Ih. national honorary tlnlllluli(' fra t l"rni t ) for jrrnior college .... 11)01.. n .... w m emher-. during Ih e )/a r TIll' foll(JWin(,!: .. tlllltlll .. WI'n' initialed inlo IIIf' frallruil): Jnan III-ron. John Buekle). J r .. \Ia n Town .. hend. Patricia Heron. Eilf'I'n 4,fhnf"idt.'r. \Iartl la Craham, HiC'hanl lI ... rrnan. an(l Clifford \I t'}l r ... The iniliale .. all .. in I he (Iramati(" l,r"dU("fion of .... IUH"IIIII(,!: a ... ("ilnlifi(" far ce conwel) d;n'clt,d h) \lr. !"uhcrt Thf" rnan) 'lH"'ial affair .. III. )I:a r. highlighu .. d Iheir annual banqlle t.

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H"//o,,, R",(" J. 'lalon,,)'. C. .. R. J o;>h""on, It. Ehon, C. Schuhe. E. 'li ch,, 11. \ T o ... n .h.-n,!. C. lIarri. o n J. t rner J. lI o "r. J T ay lor, r"p /(0U': C" .. dl H An;.rullIllcr, \\'. Ohloefl, R. L Luntl y. J 1 131,1"';n, II. Cdrd otc. J Ilidgc W Sulliva n B. 5.(' 1 ..,. K Floyd Coach Ed Bt'd,mall'" j unior College' eln'en e n ded up Ille 1918 Canal ZOIl\' a l I h ,' h Ollom o f Ilw pile. Due 10 injurir'" and other rl':\ ... on .. CZJ C wa ... wt'ak l w d "'l'w rel y h ) tilt" 1 ,,-.. nf CZJ C Cri"loba l Th e ('., llt'I!( ran o"'r Crj .. l olwl in I ht' fir ... half. wil h '-ulli \u n pa .. 10 R idg, for Ihl fir .. r a n d Lun d) goi ng. o\"r for rill' '1'1) i n III, ",,'('on,] quarll'r. H ulll COIlH'r .. iOIL all.'mpl ... faiil'd. Cri"'lohal ju .. r h, fort I ht' h alf l'nded ..... llI'n (: .. 1, IHllli,d hi ...... a) OH'r, C r i ... robal "l' Oro"] agai n whe n ran Il"arly fih) l affl ... r llr a 1 0 .. 1 q uarlcr to u chdown, LZj( had I .... t()u(hdo .... n .. nill,'(1 had, du r in/! Ih.' f i r .. 1 h a lf. (/.J(. Balboa "'a .. a wr) haffl -fl,uj.!hl I:wme with rh .. half e ndin g wilhoUI a ",('I}fI'. BaJl,oa I,rok" th, it,., al lire Irq.:inll i ng of ti ll' Illirf! fJ"ri(,d wlwn I rlllli w"nt (}v / 'r'lIl qllick ('P I I W I'. kid,,'d III!' "x lra point. III 1111' final 'Itlar t,'r Hidg" 1 0 ",II.., ran fift", 'n i nlf) pal tlir!. CZJ C Crhto oa l ,. 19 Th ( oll" gl. s tarting: to f'>el Ihe loss of k ey ml'n. play e d a l:lugg i h game that found sc or i ng aimu s l al will. Gib"o n w ent aro und Ieh end to s cor e in the f i r s t q uarr er. Cok ",ma."h e d ll\ e r l e f t g uard in Ihe :oeeond quart e r wilh "Io rin e kic kin g th e exira p o i nt. Th e las t sc or c came wh e n (; il>"on took Ihl' ball 011 a rcver:.e around right end f o r l e n an d inl o lilt: p ro mi .. e d l and. CZJC Bal boa 3 0 'I'll\:' l a .. 1 g all1\:' "'(lW the Wl)r:.1 d efcal I hat CZjC ha ... fer e d i n a l o ng: time, College held Ihe ball for rno,,1 o f the firq half and ... co rt't! whe n Ridge w enl over l a ckle fOI five a 11(1 a TO. Balbol! countere d wilh fif l y ",ccond 10 gv i n Ille "ecoO(I quart e r w lll:n TrfJul Im:,':t:d t o f o r thn'(' yarcll-ul1d a t OlLc hdown, Th e c oll ege lad s who pla} 'c d ti ll' game w ilh only o n e s ub s litut e. collap se d in tht: laq half 111( R e d and Whir(' '-cor e d thr ee t o u c hdowns,

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H e r e are the girl .. who c ho:ert':d our team. Frolll row: Lillian \ orri ... Pat L tach. \"iq::iuill H}ter. Bar b a ra Bllrth o lomt \\. Sallllt! rOIl' : H uth \1 ,' nl.{'\. BO I!I'} F ritz . \Iarion Sehjnt'land. Pile-up (luri ng Ci' J C LIi .. tobal a t 12 T it'.

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Gallo pin g Gib..,oll Cri<.lob a l f!er .. a way a ki ck W hi c h way di d I ll' go. G co rge?

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Balbo a gangs -up o n College B ec kman The College ma c hin e s tart s to m o v e C o a c h Baldwin g oin g for three yards

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8olt"'", N o,, : lad. BJld"in, Jim fU,r, J o hn U ow"r, Jim Top R oll': Chades "leCI.d e. B ill Car,Jo ze. L e r oy Lund)'. W a lly Ohloeh. R o nnie An ::"rmul1"r. The 1919 I nl erSc h o lastic "ea so n w ound up i n a Iwo wa y ti c for th e The boy e did a whalt: of a joh i n becomin g cochamp" because at th e b eg in n in g o f th e seu,>on Ih ey did 110 t ha\'e e n o u g h p la ye r s t o form tw o team s Tlw play(>r.., \\ere Joe Ri clgr. L ero)' Lundy Wall y Ohloeh, and Bud )!agee. The rest of Ih e t eam. who all com hi n e d 10 do a terrific job, wa": Bill Ca rd oze. fir t base ; L eo Pre ... ho. sccvnd base; Charlie l'.lcGlad c third base; JO(' Ri dl!e .... Olzie Cardoze. r i ght field: L e r oy Lundy ce n t e r fie ld ; Domi n go Hind s Jack Ba ldwin. and Jim fraze r. I('h field: ally Ohloe ft. calch er: \ I ugg" y \IcGC'e, J ohn l l ower, and Loui s T y l e r. pit c h e ri:'. \ ( .. lime lilt' unt/(' rrnann c d college thinclad .. ha ve .. ma .. herl Ihr'c indhidual !..,Ihmian r eco rd c Bud fom('r rf'Cf)r d h o lder. bef!an thl' BHSCZJ C dual mf'el on \larch 25 by "euin g a new high hurdl e r eco rd in 1 5.9 .... J oe Ri df!e. vc r .. atile track !'ttar. f o llow e d with a pr-dormance wh e n h e .. kimme d I h e low harrie r .. ill 23.9 "('conc!" 10 .. mao:h the old <;.t anda rd R o n ni e \'""-Irrman. peeric .... middltdio,:lance pf'do rm e r completed !Iw h y a full half c;econd off the old ma r k i n thr-880 ya rd run a h t' won handily in 2: 10.3 !'tlflman Ehrm. \Ia .. tf'r-. .. (II. Schull(>. T ow n chend. and Jl arric;r)!l. A s w e go 1 0 p re!'
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Dic k Eltoll. S h o l put a ni.,t i n ac ti o n 880 record holder College p racticing s larl

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During th e past tw o yea r s gi rls' sport s have pi c k e d up co n siderably t o a s ta nd a rd worth bragging about. I n th e 19 J.7A8 season th e lass i es m a naged t o gain top honor s in volleyball and so ftba ll. Again th e g irl s are settin g a College r eco r d with two c hamp ionships so f a r in thi s 1948.49 sc hool year. A th e CONQUI S T ADOR we nt t o press. so f tball for girl s wa s as yet in its e arly s tages o f th e ga m e The r e waS o n e tea m in th e J CBHS Leagu e b ut it wa s top team. Probabl e AIIS t a r s a t deadline d a te are Ca t c h e r J e nn y Lee on th e r ece i ving e nd from Pit c h e r" Joan Williams, Alice S ullivan Peggy Syl v estre a nd Alice Ca stro, a l so d oubling in th e fie ld i f need e d. J oa ni e H o rt e r a nd S hirley W eltz s h a rin g f ir s t base w it h Ann N i c h o l s and Mari a n Schjev land takin g th eir turns a t .econd ba.e. Barb a r a Fritz a nd Joanne Fly nn a r e b o th top no t c h third ba.cm e n. Jane Wi lliam, cove rin g th e s h orts t o p po s iti on co mpl e tes th e i n f i e ld. T a kin g over on th e fie ldin g job a r e Barbar a Bud ge, Nan cy Co l e ma n An n Trimbl e, Eileen R a bile a u Aileen B a h azz i and Carrie Fre n,el y. All th e e girls promised a frui t f ul soft ball se a o n t o co mpl e te th e yea r lon g \I inning 'treak.

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Thi::-fir::-t of the) ea r w as me t \\ i t h m uc h a!'1ll I n all 111(' ... in Colle3(' Ple nl ) o f 11{'\\ l a l enl from I he S l a le::-a n d and C H S \\a) plus ::om e o f la::-t year ':\ e t e r all::-blllll ght \ olleyb all into the limeli g ht. r l\\() t ea m s ('ap taill cd b } B a rbara FriL l an d J a n e \ Villi a m ... t oppe d all h o n o r s i n th e J C BHS leagu e Frit z s t c alll \\011 a hig h fir::-t p l a cc \\ ith Willi a m s t ea m rig h t a t th eir h ee l s in ::-ccond. AII S t a r s \\('r{' pic k e d 3nd C o a c h Pal O 'Connell s t artc d the m ill training l earnin g t o se n e hit. a n d s pik r, Th o se \\eek:-o f w e r e \\e l l \\o r th t h eir e rr o rt f o r th e J C \\C.Hl t h e volleyb all a\\a r d fr o m Cris t ob al and B a l b oa \11."Ilar "'am: firsl rOlc \ Iict' SulJi\an. Bar bara lIa1(' ht'l1. \lariun SclIJe\eland. P at Leach. J Burl, roll': J oan loner. )'l:Jrion Syl\"c ... tre. J oa n fl} n n. ).t r .... OConndl. \\"dlz. \Ii ce B oge} f rill. Coac h (If \X ol11en' ...

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The practicing Ba:::k c tbalJ was th e e vent of th e schoo l ) ear. The r e were two intramural teams captain ed by Shirley and J oa n \Villiams \\o nder,w olllf'1l drib b l e d a nd down t h e n oor. e i g ht exc itin g gam es t o a fir s t p la ce in th e leagu e Williams's Amazon s w e r e n o t far b e hind in second pla ce. AII S t a r s t o pia\' the bes t in BHS and C H S t e am s w e r e Capt ai n J oa n Willi ams. Alice Cast r o J oa nn e Flynn Ali ce Su lli\ an. Jane William s. Barbara Fri tz. i' larian Sc hj eve land. Joan ie H o rl e r J enn) L ee a nd Shirley \'\' e ltz. The good o r College team t r o unc e d. bounce d and bea t Cris t oba l a nd B a lb oa eac h twice:: \\inning th e Inte r sc hoo l Champio n ship a\\a) at t h e top. Team Nancy Co leman was re s p o n s ibl e for th e m o ra le and g um for th e t e am. \1I"ta r"; R OffO'" r OI(.: ..,hirl,,) Wfltl;. J oan ilorte r J an(' William" J oan William!.. crOMJ row: Ann Ni chob. P eggy (,,)'J\,f''''rf', \Iaril)n l..,('h}f'Hland. J oann( Flynn. Bock r ow: Na n cy o l l' mall, \lie(' Sullivan, \ I r", O'Conne ll. J en n y L ee. J e an Saa rin e n.

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... a ("ommunit) of \1Il('rican lif e n ('''II!'d ))rlwl' I'1I l\nCOI1 al1(1 50 s a Hills ... Ihl.' cove r e d arc' hwa y of banyan trt/,,, ... tILt drah j!./"IIY nnploY I'(>'; quarter ... lilt.: cOlllmi<;<;ary ... th e club holl<;(> B AlB 0 A lhl majf .. ti(' palmlol which g uard the P rado ... the roar o f the plan e frOIll Albrook field. 1I1f' .. Ihf' "Ilarlillm .. Ihe <'chooJ ..... Ih e i e w frOIll II\{' Admini<:tr ation Building. a familia r landmark. thl' pNlplf' from thf' \orlh, Soulh, Ea.,l and WeM ... Typi ca l of lif\' on th(' anal Zon e ..

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THE PAnAmA CAn A l ... Ih e rt:::..ult of the ingl'llUil) of man ... the miracle ... performed at \Iiraflon ... Pedro \\igUl' L and Gatun ... .. \\1I Gatlin Lakt', the artifi c ia l :lid 1 0 Ih e world' .. 1110'" illlpOrlanl \\al('r\13\ ... in peace. the .. h ipping l in k bell\l't'li nation ..... ill \I 'ar \I)l c ri c a". lital frontie r and fir .. lillt of defense ... Ih e lan d dilided, th e \\orld united.

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PAnAmA CITY ... a paradox; h o t !l1I '' )'. Iwau l iful ... r u in" o f I'mlflfllu Vie/o ... 111(' C hu re h of t i l!' Golde n \ltar ... (,11 Pacific th e Stallll.: of Blilboa ... Bella V i .. 1 3. i t ...... m p l uo u ... lIlun .. i on ... h a l co nie .... and .... pulli"'h !trill .... ()rk ... t-' ... IIII' old ",,'a wull till' .. q u a lor of ito:; ... In,'l't .. t ilt, h l a r i n g from i l<; lIlu!tIlUr! of ((111/lfIfH of L:lliu rhylllll1<; .. till' ollllJlltic qualit y ( r ( ('5 1I11iio/ ... Pa na m a Cit)' ..

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PAnAmA InTERIOR .. th e thatc h e d hut.: ... Ih t' peopl e ... til(> "andy b(a cl w ..... tht lofty mo u ntai n and th e l o w e rin g S l ee p i n g Prin cc -..... th e rumb l e o f Chorrcfa F aJl",. t he b ridge a t Old Panama. th e old churc h c ..... the jung l e fa'-lncs" ... t h e bu nana pla ntation," ... t he j ungle and a nimal .. .. P ortrait o f th e l a nd of m a nana.

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T R 0 P I C A l lilt' "tlwrcal halo of tile I'Illllii('uiorcd IrOI)icai twilij:dll ... tiLt, 1111.,11 bdOrt, the ud\(,111 of tilt' flnllli,,( ,j,'nt 1'110(,11 ... 111(' pulm In','" rca .. e tlwir ...... (If Ihe da) waH' fan :wdl to the .. UIl a .. SUnSET 111") lip tlH'ir po .. \ .. 0..., wat c hful "(llIind ... of th e ... rU)II('u" .. kim hOJlww:lrt! aero ..... Ih, > IU
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GIRLS' ( A lll1mn Ollt: I ... 2. mak,.., (J hit lilt'. (.'ulll//l" Tu" I. Our (Ionn. 2 \\ hal U ,, uln! DORM Colllmn Thr ee 1. Bull-t: r. h e n ... e .. ..,iOIi. 2. H o l d Ihal po",,'!

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BOYS' CO/limn O n e I. Tilt C r ea l J o hn O 2 \f'urbook o\er l inw C olulII" 1'/( 0 I. rt' 01111' T('rm il( 2 h ..... atl. DORM (:olllllln Tllr!',. 1. 2. Lt:i ... urt'.

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CAMPUS CLICKS TOIl row: (lell to riMhl) L C uff! 2. II. -rt ( on1l' '' Dir k! :t So p h<; M id(/I(, row : (Ief' 10 righl) 4. W h e r e y uh goi n ? .:;. ;"'and and thillJ.!". 6. 1 .ItOIl, 7. Googoo j')'t'''. /J()IU.lfII row : (le! t 1 0 right) 8. Well! 9. L ,g., a n d C r egg. 1 0. Que p a<:a ?

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f=IGHT, TEAM, f=IGHT! Top row: (lelt to right) 1. I s t h e C for Colgate? 2. Th a t s our t eam! Middle row: (lej! t o right) 3. Prexy working. 4 L e t' s g ive a c heer! 5. Y ea. t e a m Bottom row : (left t o r igh t ) 6. Ob se rv e r s 7. Take our pic tur e!

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;. ". 7. .. 11 11. 11. lI .. y, I:;. Lel*. 16. Y oung_lnl. 1 7. lI"'t eomrl CAMPUS

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f=LASf-lES 18. \\,,'chou1! 19. Oh J o hlln )'. Oh! !Q. Smilt>h".dcr. 21. L oaff"&. .t2. Whatoda1? 23. Laodyand tht> flagpole. 11. OUT sf"cn1i' 1 25 ..... 'IOItC Can't read. 27. Joyride. Z8. Th!" hi, tw o 29. ricnd$. 30. t:rnmmm' 31. Shor1 Ud6wCCt.

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Acknowledgements "Rome was not built in a day:' and th e m e l i n e ca n apply to the 1949 CONQUI S T ADOR. W ith ou t th e h a rd 'ork and coope r ation o f th e m e m b e r s of th e annual s taff th i s book co ul d never h av e achi e v e d r ea lization. Thi s i s th e fi r s t CONQUI S T ADOR that ha s b ee n publ i s h e d i n th e Unite d S l a tes and \\ e a r e sure tha t i t w i l l not b e the last. The e n grav in g printi ng. cove r. a n d work manship of thi s a nnu a l H e of a quality th a t has n e ve r been a p p roach e d b y prev i o u s Ca n a l Zone J un ior College yearbook, The Canal Zone J un i o r College a nd t h e CONQUI S TADOR s taff wou l d lik e to th a nk th e f o ll owing peopl e for h e lpin g t o make thi s b ook p oss ible : Bernette B ea tt y and the South ern Engraving Company 1\Ir. B en Granger and the 51. P e t e r s bur g Pr i ntin g Com pany 1\Ir. Carter i\ l cKee and the Kingspor t Press. Inc. \ 1 r. Frank Scolt f o r his excellent footba l l photo graphs 1'1r. C. C. Lockridge f o r his sports pho tograph<=:. Th e Canal Zone Juni o r College S tud e nt Associ .11 i on f o r their finan c i a l a ss i s t ance. Our ack ertisers \\h o made thi s book p ossible O U R ALMA Til E EI)ITOB

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