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 Title Page
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 Features
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Group Title: Conquistador (Canal Zone Junior College)
Title: Conquistador
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 Material Information
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: 1957
Copyright Date: 1972
Frequency: annual
regular
 Subjects
Subject: School yearbooks -- Panama -- Balboa   ( lcsh )
Genre: School yearbooks   ( lcsh )
 Notes
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00095973
Volume ID: VID00023
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 472468547
lccn - 2009229561

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    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
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    Title Page
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    Table of Contents
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    Dedication
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    Faculty
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EDITOR-Mrs.


Nina


Kosik


Co-Editor-Martha


Webster


Business Manager-Mrs.


Donna McCarthy


Literary


Advisor-Dr.


Financial Advisor-Mr.


Dorothy
James A


Moody
. Lyons




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all


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of


Fame


men


activities
athletics


Informals
Advertisements











































AN


KS


giving wise and friendly counsel as Dean of Women. W.
teaching us the differences between good and bad writing, the
basic fundamentals of our own English language, the great liter-
ature of the past and the major works of today.
your sincere interest in the Tropical Collegian, to which the
PntirP rnllPo' erlcerhv Irvnlrc fnr-wirrA pirh tn- hlirarinn


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Sing you your northern college, on mountain, shore or plain,
But dream of magic islands, set in the Spanish main.
Ours are these magic islands, and ours the emerald deep,
Of jungles hung with orchids, where gleaming reptiles creep.

For you the far-off campus where snowfalls deck the pine,
Where spring restores the lilac and autumn glows like wine,
For us eternal summer; for us the sapphire sea;


The vivid scarlet blossoms


frangipani tree.


CHORUS


O Canal Zone Junior College, no matter where


we rove,


Adorn the shores where pirates concealed their treasure trove.
O trade winds of the tropics, O Southern Cross above,
Commemorate our sojourn in the college that we love.
D. M.






FACULTY


FOOTNOTES


During this activity-crammed year, few students have had the opportunity to ac-
tually get acquainted with the members of the faculy and to learn anything of their in-
teresting backgrounds. A little time spent with the individual teachers brought to light
some fascinating facts.

Who would have suspected Mr. McNair, for instance, of having directed an oper-
Ietta? While teaching at Sheboygan High School, he produced "Rings in the Sawdust."
In addition, he gained the honorary title of Mayor of Brownsville, Texas, because of a


prolonged visit he
during the war. I


was forced to make while awaiting transportation to the Canal Zone


Last year Mr. McNair was on leave,


working toward a Ph.D. at the


University of Wisconsin and hopes soon to receive the degree.


Miss Moody admits to having had a small amount of research material published


in scholarly journals, and to having written articles, short stories, and


publications, and for one or two newspapers.


verse


for campus


Her dramatic criticism, published in the


Panama


American,


may be compared to that of Mr. Lyons. She also gives talks, readings,


and home discussions, usually literary in nature.


Mr. Clark once worked as a purser on a New York harbor ferry, and has taught
typing not only to students, but to the Secretaries of the National City Bank of New
York. He has also had summer jobs for the Panama Line in New York, and in offices
in the Canal Zone. He has certainly shown that he can practice what he teaches.


Mr. Turbyfill, who describes hir


four college plays, spent four


years


nself as a "Jack of all trades," has appeared in forty-
acting in stock companies, had a book entitled My


Panama Canal Dramatic Adventure, as well as five poems published. He has held the
position of Constable of Balboa Magistrate Court, and was the engineer in charge of
draining the swamp land at Summit.


Mr. Lyons, known to all the students for his conversational quips, has employed
his wit not only in the Tropical Collegian, but in a humorous short story that he sold to


a leading men's magazine in the United
the local theatre guild for the Star & He


Review,


States.


He now reviews the plays presented by


?rald. He has also edited the Puerto Rico School


an official publication of the Department of Education in Puerto Rico.


JC's first biology teacher, Mr. Lee, assisted the Navy during the war by early morn-
ing jaunts on Mine Sweepers in local shipping lanes. When a mine was found, Mr.
Lee studied the plant growth on it and was thus able to determine when an enemy sub-
marine had been in the area laying mines. He also assisted the Air Force in camouflag-
ing bombers at Rio Hato Air Force Base. He is one of the lecturers featured at a well
known scientific station operated by the University of Iowa near his summer home at
Spirit Lake, Iowa.
Dean Hackett has had a number of articles published in educational and historical


publications.


He once worked his way across the Atlantic ocean on a cattle boat, has


worked on an oil tanker, has won medals for playing tennis, and
to ride freight trains to inter-collegiate athletic events.


as a college student, used


Mr." Vinton, who recently described the local flora and fauna in his book, The
Jungle Whispers, is now preparing a follow-up manuscript for publication. It should be
a sellout too. He has had numerous articles published in scientific and travel magazines,


including the


National


Geographic.


Mr. Bowen, an accomplished lecturer on the social sciences, has rounded out his
personality by training service personnel as aviation and automotive technicians. This
may explain his interest in the incoming Albrook planes which usually have the students
quaking under their chairs. He has also joined Mr. Vinton on a scientific expedition to
the Galapagos Islands.


ia *l


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1






the


Members


the


Class


1957


Everyone wants to "succeed" in life. This raises the question of what constitutes
success in life, since one does not, of course, receive marks attesting to his achievements
in the post-school world.


The seniors in most high schools and colleges in the United


one of their number who they think is


to something
*


most


likely to succeed"-he must either succeed


annually elect


(which is to say he must inherit something, such as a throne or a title), or


he must succeed in attaining a desired


in the latter sense.


object or end.


Obviously, Seniors use the term


And what is the end in which they have in mind as constituting


success? It seems clear that they refer to either: a. the value of one's property accumula-
tion at some vague time in the future and or b. the size of one's annual income by that
time.


From the point of


view


of the


most likely to succeed"


course, only one individual in a given class who "succ
of the classmates of the successful one are necessarily


this does violence to our common sense.


should


:eeds"-a


elections there can be, of
nd naturally, therefore, all


"failures." But such a concept as
1 not like to think that 49 of the


prospective 50 members of the Canal Zone Junior College Class of


1957 are inevitably


doomed to be


"failures.


" And of course they are not, in any realistic sense. In fact, there


is a very good chance, indeed, that all of them can be successful in the sense of attaining


certain reasonable aims in life.


Probably no two individuals would agree exactly on


these aims, but to my mind, any list ought to include the following:


1. The keeping of


oneself in reasonable good physical and mental health, free from slavery to degrading
vices, and the living to at least an average age. 2. The earning of one's living by his own
efforts in a socially useful vocation congenial to one's aptitudes, abilities, and interests, or,


in the case of homemakers, the ability to do this.


The attaining of self-support on a


level sufficiently high to enable one to enjoy a reasonable good standard of living, and/or
cooperation in maintaining a good home and rearing a family in decency and self respect.
4. The meriting and retention, by one's conduct and activities, of the respect and liking


of one's neighbors, friends, acquaintances, and fellow workers.
some extent in one or more community or group activities of a (
athletic, fraternal, charitable, religious, etc., nature.


If, when you get ready to depart for


can honestly say that you have


measured up"


5. The taking


:ivic,


part to


avocational, hobby,


"that bourne whence no traveller returns,


reasonably well on each of these five


teria, I think that you will be regarded as a success in life, regardless of your earnings or


acumulnuations-anu even regardless ot the tact that your classmates


as one of their number


most likely to succeed!"


did not


Roger C. Hackett
I 1 r C' n .I-i n r t 1


lii:, r- *<^ l ^ T/ f^


States






ROGER
Marion,


C. HACKETT
Kentucky


DEAN


A.B., Indiana University


A.M., Harvard


University


Graduate work at Oxford and
Colorado University

Academic Experience
Pineland Jr. College,
Salemburg, North Carolina
Bosses High School,
Evansville, Indiana
Cristobal High School, C. Z.







CHARLES R. BOWEN
Logan, Ohio
B.S., Baldwin Wallace College
M.S., Ohio State University


Experience


Castle Heights Military


Lebanon,


Academy,


Tennessee


Aviation Technical Training
U. S. Navy and U. S. Air Force


STEWART J. BROWN
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
B.S., Pittsburgh University
M.Ed., Pittsburgh University


Academic Experience
St. Justin High School,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Taylor Alldice High School,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Balboa High School,
Balboa, Canal Zone










SHEPARD S. CLARK


History and Social


Science


A academic


Physical Education


Commercial







. .

S L.
ftir..


GEORGE O. LEE
Minneapolis, Minnesota


B.S., Iowa


State


College


A.M., Columbia University


Academic


Experience


Ida Grove High


School,


Ida Grove, Iowa


St. Mary


College for


Winona, Minnesota
University of New


Hampshire


Commercial


JAMES A. LYONS


Peru, New
B.S., New


A S


York


York University


M.A., New York University


Academic


Experience


University of Puerto Rico
Hunter College


J. STUART McNAIR
Winnebago, Illinois
B.S., Knox College
M.S., University of Chicago


Academic


Experience


University of Wisconsin
Southern Illinois University


Balboa


High School, Balboa,


C. Z.


En Ulifh


DOROTHY MOODY


Biological


Sciences


Mathematics













4


DONNA M. STUEBE
Danville, Illinois
B.S., Indiana State Teachers' College
Graduate work at University of Illinois

Academic Experience
Danville High School,
Danville, Illinois


Balboa High School, Balboa,


in;'
0<


C. Z.


Speech


and Drama


SUBERT TURBYFILL
Norman, Oklahoma
B.F.A., B.A., M.A.,
University of Oklahoma
Professional Study,


Rice School of the


Graduate work at Columbia and
Michigan State College

Academic Experience
Carbondhle High School,
Carbondale, Illinois
University of Panama
Balboa High School, Balboa, C. .2


KENNETH W.
Fond du Lac,


VINTON
Wisconsin


A.B., Ripon College


Columbia University


Academic Experience
Beloit High School,


Beloit,


Wisconsin


Physical Education


Physical


Sciences


Theatre


I


A.M.,








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Sass


of


icers


Joe Wood, President
Mr. Charles R. Bowen, Advisor


Martha


Webster


IIwi- tA
/-' ^
Ir <^^


Vice-President










Shirley Meyer
Secretary and
fl-


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SONIA


J. ALIPONGA


"Mammy"
Ancon, Canal Zon
Balboa High School
"The highest of distinctions is
service to others."


Conquistador 2; Conqu
VB 1, 2*; BsktB. 1, 2;
fresh. Comm. 1; Sprin;
Comm. 1; Pep Club 2
Tkt. Coll. 1,2; Hall of
er 2.


!istador


Ad Sell 2;


Turkey Hop Re-
g Formal Refresh.
; Tkt. Sell. 1, 2;
Fame Best Dane-


,t - .


EDNA N. ARJONA
"Chinita"
Panama City, R. of Panama
Balboa High School


"It is


better


to be


cast a


great light, than large and not shine at
all."
Conquistador 2; Conquistador Ad Sell. 2;
VB 1,2*; Spring Formal Refresh. Comm.
1; Turkey Hop Refresh. Comm. 1; Pep


IRENE ALVARADO


Panama City, R. of Panama
Abraham Lincoln High Sch
San Jose, Calif.
"Her voice was ever soft,


ool,


tender, and


low; an excellent thing in a woman.


Carnival


Queen


SAMUEL C


BECKLEY


"Sam"
Brooklyn, New York
Balboa High School
"A smile is the harmony of the
and the kindness of the soul."


heart


SA Treas. 2; WP 1;


ween


Dance Comm.


T 1; FB 2*;
1,2; Nat. S


Hallo-
c. Club


Hall of Fame Friendliest


ILEANA C. ANGULO
"lli"


Panama City,


R. of Panama


Balboa High School
"Likes all, trusts a few, and does wrong
to none."


r
,--* ^


WILLIAM LAWRENCE BENNETT


ALn r ~n ii r7 n a


4'..


MONICA


Is -JBf?


~,


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*
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*a


'**-^ssaaS


1


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LOUIS H. CHARLES


Richmond, Virginia
Balboa High School
"We look, and sigh, and look again."
FB 1,; BB 1, 2*.


JOSEPH MURRAY CORRIGAN
"Murray"
Colon, R. of Panama
Cristobal High School
"Happy am I, from care I am free; why
aren't they all contented like me?"


Sc. Club


Pres.


Hall of


Fame Runner-up Best Looking


GERALD COFFEY


"Jerry"
Colon, R. of Panama
Balboa High School
"A quiet man, but quite a man."
Hall of Fame Most Bashful 2.


ERNEST LEE COTTON
"Doolie"
Colon, R. of Panama
Cristobal High School
"It's not in mortals to command suc-
cess; but he'll do more, he'll deserve
it."


Conquistador Art
Dec. Comm. 2; "I


New Year's Formal


peoplee


vs Maxine Lowe


1; BB 1*, 2*;
ented 2; GM Di


Hall of Fame Most Tal-
ay 2.


RALPH


ALBERT


CONNOR


"Ralph"
Panama City, R. of Panama
Balboa High School
"He knew the precise pschycological
moment when to say nothing."
FB 1*; T 1; WP 1.



ORLANDA MARIE CRUZ
"Landy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa Hi&h School


Js;

S'4


: S


I







JAMES EUGENE FITZPATRICK
"Fitz"
Selfridge AFB, Michigan
Balboa High School
"I can resist everything except tempta-


&.

CsT


FB 2*;


New Years Formal Dec. Comm.
New Year's Formal Dec. Comm.


2; Hall of Fame Biggest Flirt


RICHARD KENNETH GAU
"Pooky"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School


"I am a


woman-hater,


but the


says to love my enemies.


FB 1R; T 1;


Sw 1*


WP 1.


ROBERT IRA FOGEL
"Tony"
Panama City, R. of Panama
Balboa High School
"There's only one thing better than the
man who gets behind and pushes, and
that's the man who gets in front and


pulls
FB I",
BsktB 1


All Zone


'^>a

? "


T 1* 2*; Sw 1;


, All Zone and Capt.


1, 2; BB Mgr. 2*, -
up Most Athletic 2.

MRS. PA1
"Pat"


Harrisburg,


lall of Fame Runner-


RICIA ELLIOT GEORGE


Pennsylvania


Ocean City High School, N. J.
"The only way to have a friend is to
be one."


Conquistador Ad Sell.


Kappa 1, Pres.


Phi Theta


; Gamma Chi 1,2.


JEANNETTE L.
Jenny


Ancon,


GAU


Canal Zone


Balboa High School
"Happiness is the only good
only way to be happy is
others so."


* . the
to make


Treas. 1; Conquistador 2; TC Typ. 2;
VB 1,2; Spring Formal Comm. 1; Hallo-
ween Dance 2; New Year's Formal Dec.


Comm.


Drama


Advt.


poof" 2; Hall of Fame:
Best Looking 2.


"Whiffen-


Best Dancer


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SALLY MARCELLA HARROLD
West Point, New York
Killeen High School, Texas
"Flirtation: Attention without
intention."


TC 2;


Sw Club--U. of Texas; SB 1-U.


BsktB.


2; Hall of Fame Biggest


Flirt 2.


GAIL FRANCES HOWARD
"Gay"


Bluefield


, W. Virginia


Washington-Lee High School, Va..
"She is gentle, she is shy, but there is
mischief in her eyes."


Tenn.


1*; May Day


Wonderland


Var. Show
1; Choir
Never Ca


r 1; Fr. Prod. 1; Cotillion Club
1; Va. St. Coll. Chair. 1; 'You


I


n Tell"


2; "Whiffenpoof"


Hall of Fame Runner-up Most Bashful


MRS. ROCHELLE H.


Orlando,


HEAD


Florida


Forida State


High School, Fla.


"The mildest manner and the gentlest
heart."
Phi Theta Kappa 2.

MRS. NINA MARIE KOSIK
"Nine"
Colon, R. of Panama
Balboa High School


a -


one-half woman


half dream."
Conquistador Ed.
Sell. 2; VB Capt. 1"


Broomstick Hop


one-


2; Conquistador
,2*; BsktB. Capt.


2; Spring Formal Dec.


Comm. Chm. 1; New Year's Formal Dec.


Comm. Chn
Tkt. Chm.
Tkt. Coll.
Friendliest


Carnival Dance Res. and


2; Pep Club


Tkt. Sell.


2; Ush. 2; Hall of Fame:
1; Most All Around 2; GM


Chm.


C


ANA HO
"Anita"
Panama City, R. of Panama
Balboa High School
"A modest proof of that happy blend
-scholar and friend."


Turkey
Comm.


Bowl


Hop Comm.


Year's


1; Spring Formal


Dec. Comm.


Hall of Fame Most Bashful


PEGGY


ANN LEE


"You are


*


.


&





KENNETH LUCIANO LELEVIER
"Ken"
San Diego, California
Mountain Empire High School, Calif.
"And fools who came to scoff remained
to pray.
Christian Fellowship 2.


SHIRLEY ANN ME'
"Sam"
Baltimore, Maryland
St. Mildred's High Sch
"A child of our gran<
male; or for your r
standing, a womar
Sec. 2; Conquistador 2
ween Ent. Comm. 1;
Stage Dir. 1,2; Stagin
Oscar for Best Actress
Most Talented 2; GM


r'ER


!ool, M
Imoth
nore s
n.
; TC
Delta
g 1;
1; H
Day


Id.
er Eve, a fe-
sweet under-


,; Hallo-
i Omega
:ing 1,2;
of Fame


MRS. DONNA
"Mac"


Cleveland,
West High
"Who b
private
who los
Conquistad
quistador
Comm. 2;
Phi Theta


MARIE


Ohio
School, Cleveland, (
iroke no promise,
end; who gained
it no friend."
or Business Manage
2; Spring Formal
New Year's Formal
Kappa Sec. 2; Pej


McCARTHY


).
served
no


*r 2; Con-
Refresh.
Comm. 2;
p Club 2;


Christian Fellowship 2; "You Never Can
Tell" 2; Hall of Fame Friendliest 2.


MANUEL ALONSO MORE
"Kiki"
Quito, Ecuado1
La Salle, R. of Panama
"One man who has a mind
it can always beat ten me
haven't and don't."
Phi Theta Kappa Vice Pres.

GUSTAVO ADOLFO MELLANDER
"Gus"


Angeles
oa Higi
f you v
ook aro
Pres. 1.
Dance
ce Con


NO


and knows T
?n who

2.


;, California
1 School
iould see his monument,
und."


II
:


Fr.-Soph. Banqi
mal 2; "People
ta Psi Omega,
Hall of Fame:


Conquistador 2; Christ-
omm. 1; Spring Formal
1; Assembly Comm. 1;
uet 1, 2; New Year's For-
vs Maxine Lowe" 1; Del-
Cast Dir. 2; Pep Club 2;
Most Likely to Succeed 1,


Most All Around 2..
AVRIL KAY MURRAY
v*r-r R


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ELA NAVARETTE
Panama City, R. of Panama
Balboa High School
"Nice and sweet, a treat to meet."
Hall of Fame Runner-up, Best Looking


RAMON


"Spid


QUEZADA
er"


Panama City, R. of Panama
Cristobal High School
"To be honest is to be one man picked


out of ten


BsktB


thousand."


All Zone 2*


1.



RAYMOND H. NICKISHER


"Bullets"
McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania
Balboa High School.
"When it comes to taking, he's a gem.
When it comes to flirting, well .
ahem!"


FB All Zo
All Zone


ne


1*. Utah State


BsktB


1*, Grove City Coll. Pa.


T 1*, Grove City
der Has Been i


2*; BB 1*;
arranged" 1;


"A Mur-
Hall of


Fame: Runner up Most Athletic 1, Best
Dancer 2.


FRED


LOREN RAYBOURNE, JR.


"Ray"
Carbondale, Illinois
Balboa High School
"Man is the only animal that blushes,
and finds it inconvenient."


FB 2*;
N. Ill.


BB 2*;


BsktB All Zone 2*


Teach. Coll.,


Most Athletic 2.

ANTONIO A. NOBOA


Hall of Fame


"Tony"
Azua, Dominican Republic
Cristobal High School
"Work is work and must be done;


but when


work, I have my fun.


SA Vice Pres. 2; BsktB Mgr. 1,2; Hallo-
ween Dance Chm. 2; Hall of Fame Run-


ner-up Most


Popular 2.


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JUDITH


ANN


ROGERS


"Judy"
Cornwall-on Hudson, New
Balboa High School


"Gnnd nature is a sien of a laree


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"Dick"
Rockford, Illinoi
Flourbluff High
"Every man is
how to read
TC 2; BB 1*;
Most Intellectual


RYAN


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School,
a volur
him."
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Texas
ne if you know

Hall of Fame


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JOHN C. SCHMIDT
"Humphrey"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School
"His heart is as great as
there is no room in
memory of a wrong.
FB 2*; BsktB 1*; T 1*


the world, and
it to hold the


ERIC EDUARDO SAMANIEGO
Colon, R. of Panama
Collegio San Jose, Colon
"There is nothing greater than these-
willingness and the wish to please."
Phi Iota Alpha 1; Hall of Fame Runner-
up Best Dancer 1, 2.


RODNEY RI
"Dick"
Ancon, Canal
Balboa High
"He dares
man; who
Conquistador I
Sc. Club Pres.


CHARD SEELEY


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do all
dares
Photo
2.


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do more is none."
*g. 2; FB 1*, 2*; Nat.


DOUGLAS CLINTON SCHMIDT
"Doug"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School
"It's love, it's love, that makes t
world go 'round."
Nat. Sc. Club 2.


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PATRICIA MAY STEINER
"Patty"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School
"A heart sincere, a pleasant smile,


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EDWARD
"Ebby'
Ellicott Cit


LEE STERN


Maryland


Cristobal High School
"If worry is a cause for death,
then I'll live forever."


Conquistador Photog.


Sell. Capt.


2; Conquistador Ad


Nat. Sc. Club 2.


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JOSEPH JOHN WOOD


Panama City, R.. of Panama
Balboa High School
"A leader of men and a follower of


h.P
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women.
Pres. 1, 2; Conquistador


New


Year's


Formal 2; Spring Formal 1; Fr. and Soph.
Banq. MC 1; Halloween Dance 2; Tur-
key Hop 1; Ft. San Lorenzo Pic. Comm.
1; "Whiffenpoof" 2; FB 1*; BB 1", 2*;


BsktB


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T Mgr.


Hall of Fame


Most Popular 2.


MARTHA NELL


WEBSTER


"Marth"


Leanard,


Texas


Balboa High School
"Her friends, there are many-
Her foes, are there any?"


Vice Pres.


2; Conquistador


1, Co-Ed.


Halloween


Formal Ent. Chmm.
mal Queen 2; Trio
Fame Most Popular


D
2:


ance 1,2; Spring
New Year's For-


1 Chee


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1; Hall of


KENNETH CHARLES


ZIMMERMAN


"Casey"
Coffeyville, Kansas
Salem High School, Salem, Oregon
"The rule of my life is to make busi-
ness a pleasure and pleasure my
business."


2; Conquistador
ween Dance Con


Ad Sell. 2;
3m. 2; FB


*", 2*; BsktB 1*
Fame Best Looking


CHARLES E.


T 1I


Hall of


NOT PICTURED


WIBLE


"Chuck"
Denver, Colorado
Kearney High School, San Diego, Calif.
"The world is ready to receive talent
with open arms."


Dance


Art 2;


Dec. Comm.


TC 2;
1; FB


Julieta Arosemena

Santiago Ernesto Barraza

Alfonso Alberto Blackall


Halloween
2*; T 1";


Nat. Sc. Club


"People


vs Maxim


Fame Runner-up


Delta P
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si Omega 2;
1: Hall of


Victor H. Higgins


Talented 2.


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TC 2; Hallo


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Pat Steiner


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FRIENDLIEST


Donna McCarthy
Sam Beckley


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Martha Webster
Joe Wood


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Nina Kosik
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Jenny Gau
Casey Zimmerman


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Shirley


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Lee Cotton


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ATHLETIC


Raybourne


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Sonia Aliponga
Ray Nickisher


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Ana Ho
Jerry Coffey


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BIGGEST FLIRTS


Sally Harrold
Jim Fitzpatrick


RUNNERS-UP







MOST INTELLECTUAL


Pat Steiner
Manuel Moreno


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of


officers


John Reynolds
President


Mr. Shephard S. Clark
Sponsor


secretary
Bev Boyette


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MARGARET LOUISE ACKER
Esconaba, Michigan
Balboa High School









PATRICIA ANNE BATCHELLOR
Little Rock, Arkansas


Rivers High


School,


South Carolina


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BEVERLY PATRECIA BOYETT
San Diego, California
Balboa High School









WILMA JEAN BREWER


Whitesburg,


Tennessee


Morristown High School,
Tennessee


WAYNE GORDON BROWN
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School


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OSMOND J. CALL


Boise,


Idaho


Berkeley High School,
California


FRANK RAY


Rock,


CLAYCOMB


Arkansas


Balboa High School


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JUDITH ANNA CURTIS


Ft. Worth,


Texas


Balboa High School


ANNIE J. DE BOER
Singapore, China
Marymount High School,
Colombia


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RODRIGO DE DIEGO
Panamai Rep. of Panama
Vancouver College,
Canada


VIRGINIA C. DI BELLA
Galveston, Texas
Balboa High School


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A. CAMILLE ELLIS
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School





GRACE FONG
Colon, Rep. of Panama
St. Mary's Academy
Colon, Rep. of Panama


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JANYCE L. FORBES
San Jose, California
St. Stephen High School,
Newfoundland


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LEE F.


GREENE


West Point, New
The Gunnery,
Connecticut


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NORMA RUTH HARMON


Walters, Oklahoma
Balboa High School


DOROTHY HART
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School


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GAYLE HASEMANN
Ancon, Canal Zone


Balboa


High School


BILL HATCHETT
Macon, Georgia
Balboa High School


ALISON HEATH
Louisville, Kentucky
Balboa High School





DAVID A. HILLIARD
Wadsworth, Ohio
Balboa High School


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JOHN PATRICK JENKINS
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Balboa High School


HUBERT
Ancon, C


JORDAN
:anal Zone


Balboa High School


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PETER


SHEA


LANG


Brooklyn, New York
Balboa High School


MARY TERESA


LIBERTY


Washington, D. C.
Georgetown Academy,
Washington, D. C.


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PATRICK LINCOLN
lone, Washington
Metaline Falls High School,
Washington


ELIZABETH


ANN LITTLE


Glenridge, New Jersey
Balboa High School


ALDRICH LOWE
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Balboa High School


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RALPH G. McAMIS


Kingsport,
Sullivan H
Tennessee


Tennessee
uigh School,


VINICIO


San Jose, Costa Rica
John Burroughs High School
California


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JOHN H. MOONEY


Dryden,


Brackenridge High School,
Texas.


ROBERT ANTHONY MORENO
San Jose, Costa Rica
Balboa High School


CHARLES MORRIS
Magnolia, North Carolina
Balboa High School


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JAMES W. MORRIS
Lowell, Massachusetts


Balboa


School


MICHEL NAHMAD
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Balboa High School


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MENDENHALL


Texas


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MORINE NAUDTS


Waukegan,


Illinois


Balboa High School


BARBARA


O'CONNELL


Boston, Massachusetts
St. Mary High School,
Massachusetts


ISABEL ORAMUS
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Balboa High School


ROBERT ORVIS
Ancon, Canal Zone
Cristobal High School


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SUSAN OSBORNE
Binghamton, New
Ithaca High School,


Washington,


Balboa High School


JOHN N. REYNOLDS III


Balboa High School


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LOA RAGER


San Antonio,


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ANTHONY


RITTER


New York, New York


Eielson
Alaska


Territorial High School











ISABEL ROBLES
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Pan American Institute,


Panama,


of Panama


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CARRIE SHARPENSTEEN
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School


CARMEN


M. SMITH


Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School


M. SMITH


Neptune, New Jersey
Cristobal High School









LYDIA SMITH
Colon, Rep. of Panama
Cristobal High School


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Panama, Rep. of Panama
Balboa High School


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Colon, Rep. of Panama
Balboa High School


MARGARET STANCOOK
Schaffield Barracks, Hawaii
Mascoutah Community High School,
Illinois


LEWIS


STEVENSON


Alburquerque, New Mexico
North High School,
Colorado


RAUL SWALM
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Cristobal High School


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DEAN L. WASHBURN
Rennsalaer, Indiana
Balboa High School


VALERIE


El Paso


WILEY


Texas


Columbus High School,
Georgia


Students not pictured:

Mike Brandon
Victor Brown
Joseph Cicero
William Coffey
Ana Rosa Gaudiano
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(Left to Right):
Webster and Joe


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Wood.


THE STUDENT


ASSOCIATION


The Student Association is the governing body of the Junior College.


A member


of this organization is entitled to various privileges, which include receiving copies of
the school publications, the Tropical Collegian and the Conquistador: free admittance


to all interscholastic sports; admission to all func


tons


sponsored by the Junior College;


and half price admission to movies in the Panama Canal theatres.

At the end of the school year 1956, Gus Mellander was re-elected


citation President for the school


of the Executive Council


were


as Student


year 1956-1957. In September, 1956, the other officers
ecced. The faculty sponsor, Mr. McNair, was also elect-


ed at this- meeting.


the SA sponsored


activity every month, wh


ch included an


Anchor Football Banquet, a New


Year's


Dance, a Spring Formal, the annual ban-
quet, and a picnic for the student body.
The students' lounge, a favorite meeting


place,


was redecorated


new tables


and benches,


modern "


a change machine, and a
machine with a variety of


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PHI


THETA


KAPPA


Left to Right: R. Head, P. George, M. Moreno, Mr. Turbyfill, D. McCarthy, P. Steiner.


Phi Theta Kappa


is a National Scholastic Fraternity of the U.


it corres-


ponds, for junior colleges, to Phi Beta Kappa for kr-year universities.
The C. Z. J. C. chapter was installed by Knights Templar in May, 1945.
P. T. K. invites all full-time students whose grades rank in the upper 10


per cent.


The activities each year include one closed and one open initia-


"Founders' Day


" observance in November, a


"Scholastic Dinner" in


April, the publication of a special issue of "The Spotlight", for the as-
sembly initiation. At the end of the first semester of this year, the total


number of members was 49 men, 103 women, and


honorary members.


Those who


were


tapped on Feb.


Patricia Batchellor
Wayne Brown
Osmond Call
Lee F. Greene
Norma Harmon
Gayle Hasemann
Richard Home
Nina Brown Kosik
Mary Libert
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Delta


Psi


Omega


1956-57


(Left to Right): Gus Mellander, (Stage Manager,
Shirley Ann Meyer ( Cast Director-President), Mr. S.


sor), Judy
Wibel.


Rogers


(Business Manager


Vice-President),
Turbvfill (Spon-


- Secretary-Treasurer), Chuck


Delta Psi Omega is an honorary dramatic fraternity for all Junior Colleges of the
The cast here, 't C. Z. J. C., was installed in May, 1943 and is now Number 138


of over 200 casts.


The requirements for initiations, to all students, to D.P.O.


are expern-


ence in four fields: acting, staging, and a class in drama.


Each year the members of


this chapter of D.P.(
college activities and
have social activities


)


stage at least two full-evening plays in a theatre,


assist


community drama groups, usher for the adult Little Theatre group,
with dinners, and have the traditional' "Baccalaureate Luncheon."


DRAMA AWARD
Former winners: Shirley Ann
Meyer and Jerry Fox.


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Shirley


Ann Meyer


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KNEELING (Left to Right): Sally Harrold (Secretary)
ray Corrigan, Mary Libert (Secretary). STANDING:
Ebby Steam, Doug Schmidt, Mr. Lee (Sponsor).


Dick Seeley (President), Mur-
Sam Beckley, John Robinson,


Gorgas Memorial Institute has been the site for the interesting speeches that the


members of the


Science


Club have attended this year.


One of these commentaries was a


topic on Prairie Dogs. Dick Seeley is President and Mary Libert and Sally Harrold are
the Secretaries of the Club of about twelve members, and the Sponsor is Mr. Geo. O. Lee.


As the Yearboc


following


events


t


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have been


o' press, the
scheduled:


A typical Iguana dinner; the annual Waf-
fle Supper under the supervision of Mrs.


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the showing of


thorough analysis of skin diving will be
provided by Jim Fitzpatrick.

The field course students will probably


have a trip to Barro Colorado.


Quite an


enjoyable trip was the duck hunting one
*taken into the interior of Panama.


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A combination presentation of two one-act plays, using the over-all title O MEN O
WOMEN (not the Broadway play of that same title) given by the students enrolled in
the Class in Acting on Wednesday, February 20.


MOONSHINE, with an all-man


cast, is directed by Mr. Turbyfill.


The play presents


Gus Mellander and Don Rentfrow.


ARE MEN SUPERIOR? is portrayed by an all-girl cast


directed by Shirley Ann Meyer.


The play presents


Julieta Arosemena,


Jeannette Gau,


Gail Howard,


Peggy


Lee, Kay


Murray, Susan Osborne, Kathlee., Ryan,


and Lydia Smith. Judy Rogers is in charge of
miscellaneous arrangements for the nertnrmanr.










One-Act Play

YOU NEVER CAN TELL


Daisy


Busby-Mary


Libert,


Glory


Busby-Gail Howard, Ada Busby-


Donna


McCarthy, Spike-- Charlie


Morris, Mrs. Busby-Norma Har-


mon.


"Am I or am I not a thief?"


you think you re


so smart!"


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Mr. Neil Branstetter directing the Junior College chorus in the presentation of
"The Messiah."


The Governor of the Canal


Zone,


William E. Potter, was the guest speaker at the March


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Football Queen


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ALL-STARS--FRONT ROW (Left to Right): A. Lee, O. Cruz, E. Arjona, P. Steiner,
M. Libert, S. Aliponga. BACK ROW: C. Ellis, N. Kosik, M. Stancook, J. Sorrell, L.
Malone, L. Rager. Camera Shy-M. Naudts.


Volleyball


This year's


Volleyball All Star team has proven to be the best one J. C. has had


in years.


There


was keen competition and


record of two wins and two defeats, J. C.


great
came


sportsmanship shown by all. With a
in second in the interscholastic games.


Some of the outstanding players were:
Angela Lee, Linda Malone, and Loa Rager.


Orlanda Cruz, Camille Ellis, Nina Kosik,


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ALL STARS-BACK ROW


(Left to Right): C. Ellis, N. Kosik. M. Stancook,


S. Harrold L. Malone,


A. Schneider.


FRONT ROW


J. Brewer, M. Libert,


P. Steiner, A. Lee, L. Rager,


Basketball


This year's


All Star Basketball Team started its interscholastic games during the


time our Yearbook went to press.


So far, through intramurals, it looks as though J.C. has a very good chance for
the championship. Such players as Angela Lee, Linda Malone, Nina Kosik and Jean
Brewer will be the girls who will help bring our team to victory.


Coach: Miss Stuebe


ONLY RGUL AT IION
GYM SHOES ALLOWED


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Nina K. steals the ball.


M. Libert jumps with a B.H.S. forward.


J. C. Forwards fight to recover the ball.


Jean B. makes another point.


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1956


JUNIOR


COLLEGE


FOOTBALL


TEAM


The 1956 football season, for Junior College,
the record isn't too impressive on paper.


was a highly successful one, although


czJC


won the biggest game of the season, the. Anchor game,


which meant the


famous Golden Anchor was ours for a whole year and that we were the only team to
inflict a defeat upon the champion Bulldogs of Balboa High.


With the capable help of All-Zoners
Pete Lang, Joe Cicero, Al Blackall, and


Bob Fogel, and
and backing of


the tremendous spirit
oval fans. we became


true champions at heart.


SCORES:


) BHS 7
AC 7


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Is this


a wrestling match or a football


game?


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STANDING (Left to Right): Coach Brown, J. Sylvestre, M. Nahmad, R. Arango, J.
Wood, T. Noboa. KNEELING: A. Blackall, G. Smith, B. Fogel, R. Quezada, F. Ray-
bourne.
For the first time since the 1949-1950 Basketball season,-JC came up with a cham-
pionship team. Not only were we interscholastic champions, but we were unofficial
league champions too, which included the Athletic Club in the final standings. Most
of the games were very close from start to finish, but age and experience were in our
favor, which enabled the team to keep calm in tight spots. Three of the five All-Zoners
were JC players. They were: Fred Raybourne, Bob Fogel, and Ramon Quezada.


SCORES


STANDINGS
Team Won
JC 7
AC 6
BHS 4
CHS 1


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1956-57


Junior College


Baseball Team


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As the Yearbook went to press, the Baseball


season


was only half


over


squad started very slowly, being soundly beaten by the local schools by large


. The JC
scores.


Branded the name


"Browns' Clowns


" by a local sportswriter, the team caught fire,


and with Eddie Napoleon, JC's contribution to the Panama Professional Baseball League


waving in the runs around third,


we became the team to beat in the current campaign.


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Captain


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Show them how to stretch, Joe.


That's a good cut, Dean.


Joe Cicero, No. 1 shortstop


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1957


Junior College


Track Squad


Ray Nickisher, Shot Put.


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(I~n;ng~ witH tieu anda true performers.


Joe Cicero, Broad Jump.


I uoseDan, me regular track season had not yet begun as the Yearbook went
However, reports have reached us that J.C. will have a small squad, but over-


As the competition in track is measured individually, and not by total team effort,
J. C. can look to the bright side and can be sure that the boys, through their hard work,

will bring home many a blue ribbon, and possibly add to their total of Canal Zone







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Charlie Morris breaks his own record.


Joe Cicero, 100 yd. dash.


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Dick Richter


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Hurdles Dorman Fulton in action.


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The


Dorms


Gil Smith-and boys
talk about girls look-
ing the way they do
when they go to


Jay Cunningham-in
the wee hours?


ck Horne-must be
a girl from the look
on his face!


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Larry Irwin-
A daily ritual.


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George Gerchow--
"You say Kim No-
vak wants me on the
phone?"


You're breaking an


unwritten


dorm,


of the


Noboa;


there's no studying
allowed!


Out with dates?


Lee Cotton and


Irwin.


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There


Mrs. Goulet,


were


all from


Atlantic Side, living during the week at
the dorm in Ancon. Mrs. Goulet, the


Murray-Must be a


book of love


poems!


HOUSE MOTHER


housemother,


time and


counted


heads


at curfew


was always there to help the


girls in any way.


men were


listed


as residents at


the men's dorm, but the only times they


was at bedtime


week.


mother,


Ewing,


a time counting


or around
the house-


heads in


the constant rushing in and out; but she


kept the men


under control.


Louise Johnson talking to
her Bill


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Lydia Smith and


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Anne


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Henriquez


Shirley


Keepers, there's


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all dressed up with no where to gor


a twinkle on the third
finger left hand . very
nice!


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Landy:
Sonia:









Frankie:


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Let's cut Economics today.
I can't I need the sleep.


Say, old man, can you let me


have five?


Frankie:


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. . minutes of your time?


. . trouble at all, old man.


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Mr.


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Mr. Lyons: Shirley, why are you late?
S.A.AM.: Class started before I got here


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Dr. Moody:
Sylvia: W1


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Name two pronouns.


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"These J.C. teachers don't know a thing.
Why, not one of them could teach
anywhere else and get away with it.
There ought to be a whole new
teaching staff."


"Yeah


I flunked too!


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Casey: How many students are there in


the Junior College?
Hackett: One out of ten!


Water


Do you feel a draft, Joe?


Hey, up there!


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A lecture


is that


which


passes from


the notes of the Professor to the notes of


student without


going through


heads of either one of them.


Where there's food,


there's


:s, Joe is still here,
but the food's gone.


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Loa hadn't


eaten


weeks.


Look's


Tony is dreaming of girls!


making, Emily.


ha


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a face you're


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Girls


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Whose footprints are
those, Nina?


So that's what your
left leg looks like, Bev!


Kay is all set to go.


"Back to Nature


Smile pretty, Sylvia.


" Smith!


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Male


and


Female


Bop in Diablo gym.


Once upon a time . .


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Morine and her Chuck.


Ah, Young Love!


No inter-school rivalry here!


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Compliments of


the SA.


As usual


, too crowded to get in.


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Mr. Vinton, working hard


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"Well, it was tough, but we did it.


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"Well, imagine that!"


You t hae a eight to look very pleased*
You two have a right


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Well, it went over anyway, Jo!


Dick Ryan, boy cheerleader.


















Linda, backing up Jo.


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Going into the business, Murray?


a Texan, Dick, he'll make the thing go!


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All that hot air for one poor tire?


So sad on such a happy occasion


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