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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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These doors are not a barricade, but an
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Published by the Students


of
CANAL ZONE JUNIOR
Balboa Heights. Canal


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Margaret Morgan, Editor-in-Chief
Susan Downing, Associate Editor
Mary Louise Smith, Business Manager
Dr. Dorothy Moody, Faculty Advisor
Mr. James A. Lyons, Financial Advisor














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In what terms are thirty years of experience measured?


For a teacher it is in those minutes of curiosity, of stimulation, of under-


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For you, Mr. Hatchett, those minutes must
ught to teaching a wealth of "giving." By


giving to the community as an official of Pacific Local of the American
Federation of Teachers and Central Labor Union Metal Trades Council, to the
country by attendance at the Naval Academy and active service in the United
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Table


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SCHOOL LIFE.


SOPHOMORES


ACTIVITIES


HALL OF FAME


SPORTS


FRESHMEN


FACULTY


ADVERTISING


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"Nothing to excess, everything in moderation,"
was a guiding principle of life of the ancient Greeks
that remains applicable today for those who wish to
live long, happy, and respectable lives (and nearly
everybody does). But even among the Greeks, only
those who did do things to excess, i.e., those who
thought and dreamed of nothing except, for instance,


architecture, sculpture,
drama, history, are the c
ringing down the ages
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for ordinary happiness,
and effort devoted to so
ing" the history books,
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poetry, statecraft, philosophy,
mnes whose names have gone
- and so it has been ever
choice nothing to excess,
or a ruinous excess of time
me worthy activity for "mak-
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Dean
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A. M., Harvard University


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Johnson County, Kansas

Dean of Women

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B. A., University of Kansas
M. A., Yale University
Ph. D., Yale University


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Foreword


"Hands


joined across the Isthmus" is not


just another


oft-quoted phrase but a verbal symbol of true understand-


mg among peoples.


Sympathy,


interest,


cooperation


are expressions catapulting into importance as the hands of
many peoples grope to obtain a more perfect level of human
value.


success


of this search lies with the youth of a nation.


It is we, the college students of today who are to meet the


challenge


tomorrow.


the gates to a


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anama, especially,
of harmony, for


converge the paths of international concerns.


The individual in many


cases


mat if he manifests his country'


can be a nation's best diplo-
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smaller day-by-day patterns of exchanging images, ideals,
and heritages, the student can lay the foundation for a fu-
ture commonwealth of peace.


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JUNIOR


COLLEGE


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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.


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


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Calendar

FOR 1960-1961


First Semester Registration
Delta Psi Omega Election
Phi Theta Kappa Election
Student Association Election
Class Election
Faculty Beach Party for Students


Green


September


White Football Game


Pep Rally and Coffee Party
Football Jamboree at Coco Solo
Phi Theta Kappa Closed Initiation
Anchor Game Bonfire Rally and Motorcade
Anchor Game with Balboa
College Girls Basketball Game
Phi Theta Kappa Founders Day Dinner
Delta Psi Omega Pledging


Drama Class Play


YOU LIKE MURDER?


October


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December


College-Community Chorus Production
Delta Psi Omega Initiation
Swimming Meet
Delta Psi Omega Christmas Dinner
Hall of Fame Elections
Christmas Coffee Party and Singing
Christmas Formal Dance
Track Meet
First Semester Finals Begin
Balboa Relays Track Meet
Second Semester Registration
Baseball Game with Balboa
Valentine Dance
Girls Volleyball Game with Balboa


January 13
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February


Phi Theta Kappa Initiation


College Trip to Taboga
College Play BEST FOOT FORWARD
College Splash Party
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship Dinner
Delta Psi Omega Initiation


March


April 14


College-Community


Chorus


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College Drama Banquet
Student Association Presidential Election
Freshman-Sophomore Banquet
College Entrance Board Examination
Awards Day Assembly
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election of officers to lead their classmates through an eventful year.


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cheerleader to inspire


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class portraits for the yearbook and posterity,


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FAY BABCOCK


Raven-haired beauty of southern


grace,


With charm she holds a regal place;
Known for her clever artistic talent,
For Tropical Collegian she plies her palette;
As Football Queen she sparkles with royalty;
Inspiring Jamboree crowds with loyalty.


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JANE KINTNER


Eyes of brown, hair of gold,
Dainty, petite, her charm is told.
This lass possesses both "beauty and brains;
S. A. Sec and Phi Thet she claims.
As Miss J. C., she rates supreme,
As ruling lady, a subject's dream.


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DALE MELIN AND PAT SHOUTS


A valentine all hearts enfold;
A special theme from days of old.
As symbols, our rulers stand arm in arm,
Representing strength and charm.
Vice-President is the title of the king;
As cheerleader, his consort makes the stands ring.
In J. C., for service, both are well known;
As leaders, they command a royal throne.


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Joseph Reynolds
PRESIDENT


Albert Jones
VICE-PRESIDENT


Charles French
TREASURER


STUDENT ASSOCIATION


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Although the 1960-61 school year was also the U. S.
presidential election year, the Student Association of
CZJC began their campaigning for a president in
the late spring of the preceding school term. Presi-
dent Joe Reynolds was already at work when J. C.


opened her doors for


the fall


registration.


The re-


Jane Kintner
SECRETARY


mining officers were then elected by a general as-
sembly of students as soon after classes commenced


Sophomore


Kintner


was chosen


as secretary,


while freshmen Albert Jones and Charles French took


office as vice-president and treasurer respectively.

Assembling once a week, these four made the cre of
the Executive Council under Mr. Bowen's guidance.
In addition, officers or substitutes from both classes
and any interested S. A. members attended pertinent


sessions. Funds for this organization's sundry


ties are provided through


activi-


the sale of membership


cards, sports activities tickets, guest tickets for the col-
lege dances, and a small percentage of the numerous
nickels from the soft-drink machines.

Membership entitles one to free entrance to all S. A.-
sponsored sports events, dances, and coffee parties in
the hall; also to half-price at civilian theaters, to a year-
book, the CONQUISTADOR; and to copies of the


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MEMBERS-Back: R. Jones, E. Ruess, B. Smith, P. Shouts, O. Hewes, Mr. Turbyfill,
sponsor; W. Millett, J. Dougan, A. Peterson, S. Gupton, E. Morris, J. Nelson. Front:
C. Watson, M. Lavallee, J. Griffon, J. Kintner, M. Morgan, R. Ruess, S. Downing,
L. Parsons, C. Segars.



PHI THETA KAPPA






Canal Zone Junior College has been represented in
the junior college honorary scholastic society by the


Delta Omega
invited to join
dent body and
fifteen or more
purity are the
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school year an


occurs,


vacancy


chapter since 1945. Students who are
make up ten per cent of the total stu-
must maintain a B average, carrying
credit hours. Wisdom, aspiration, and
standards by which a student is chosen,
pledged to uphold throughout his life-
s are elected at the beginning of the
id again, during second semester, if a
. Several of the School Division staff


are honorary members of this chapter, including Mr.
Subert Turbyfill, the sponsor. The fraternity held two
initiations, one closed to the public and one opened,
and observed Founder's Day by a steak dinner at the
Amador Officers' Club. The annual Scholarship Din-
ner was held in April.


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Officers:


Jane Kinmer, Secretary; Judith Griffon, Council Member; Wil-
liam Millett, Vice-President; Margaret Morgan, President; Rosemary
Ruess, Treasurer.


New initiates and active members join in the


impressive candlelight ceremony of


Phi Theta Kappa.


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fraternity


drama for the men and women of the junior colleges
of the United States, established The Panama Canal
Cast in CZJC in 1942. Subert Turbyfill has been the


faculty sponsor since the founding.


The national con-


situation states that the purpose is "to stimulate interest
in the dramatic activities of the college, to secure for
the college all of the advantages of a large national
honorary fraternity, and to serve as a reward for efforts
for participating in the plays staged by the dramatic
organizations "


Psi Omega, national honorary


Officers:




Joseph Reynolds, Business Manager;


Lois Stevens, Stage


Manager;


Thomas Ashton, Cast Director.


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The society during the first semester presented an
unusual one-act play to students only entitled "Any-
one for Murder?" by Robert Bland. Cast members
playing in the audience gave the unique impression
that everyone was personally connected with the case.
The second semester offering, opened to the public
and given in the Balboa High School Auditorium, was
a three-act play entitled "Best Foot Forward" by John
Cecil Holm. Delta Psi Omega also serves as a social
group, holding an annual Christmas dinner and the
Baccalaureate Breakfast which honors graduating mem-
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CONQUISTADOR


With the help of students' college yearbooks
from the States, the Conquistador Staff began the
year with the intent of making the school year-


book more collegiate.


The book


was completely


rearranged: a student index and a school life unit


were added, divisions


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sports


pages were increased, and an opening color sec-
tion was designed. A new presentation of adver-
tising which included pictures of college students
at the business establishment boosted the working
budget and enabled the staff to enlarge the
yearbook.



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Susan Downing
ASSOCIATE EDITOR


Margaret Morgan
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


Mary Smith
BUSINESS MANAGER


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ADVISORS


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Originality is the keyword for the Tropical
Collegian, the Canal Zone Junior College litc


erary magazine.


Poems, short stories, articles,


and other selections are contributed by the


faculty,
students.


the staff, and


other


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interested


issue is


drawn by one of the members and is printed
locally. The staff, composed of voluntary stu-
dents, receive literary advice from Dr. Moody
and financial assistance from Mr Lyons.


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ASSOCIATE EDITOR


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BUSINESS MANAGER


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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


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COLLEGE-COMMUNITY CHORUS






The strains of a violin supporting determined voices
wafting out of room 313 during the noon hour herald
a new year in a long series of performances by the
College-Community Chorus. Junior college students


form the core of the musical


enterprise which


incorporates members of the civilian, military, and
Panamanian communities on both sides of the Isth-
mus. The college students receive credit for this func-
tion, practicing during the noon hour on Mondays
and Wednesdays. This past December, with great suc-
cess, the choral group performed Handel's MESSIAH
at the Abel Bravo School in Conlon, the Balboa High


School


auditorium,


and the


University


of Panama,


drawing a total audience of over one thousand. The
spring concert in April consisted of Faure's REQUIEM
and Brahm's RHAPSODY.
The group of fifty members, both professional and
amateurs, under the capable leadership of Mr. Neil
Branstetter, must meet the one requirement of their


conductor


"Nice people first, musical ability


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Thomas caught at his own game.


"Practice makes perfect," perfect mistakes, that is,
is the motto of C. Z. J. C.'s Bridge Club, sponsored
by Mr. James Lyons. Meeting at least twice a week,
student Ben Thomas teaches the fundamentals and
rules of bridge to ambitious beginners, who learn the
hard way why one doesn't bid ANYTHING with a
total of five points!


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A transfer to a newer and larger (two porches) con-
crete residence, located conveniently near the Service
Center in Balboa was planned for this year. Mean-
while, they have transformed the old Ancon Police
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at the Clubhouse or the Tivoli Hotel. Curfew, a regu-
latory 10:30 on school nights and midnight on week-
ends, and all household activities were supervised by
Mrs. Goulet, the combination housemother and per-
sonal counsellor.


Alice Taber eavesdrops on Brenda Murray's conversation
frigerator.


With a capacity of


dormitory rooms


evl


as Diana Smith raids the re-


six only, and the applications for
er increasing, the old house must


give way to the new, and by next year, a maximum of
eight girls is expected to make their homes in the
modern J. C. Girls' Dormitory.

Alice Taber, Brenda Murray, Diana Smith, Lee Peck,
and Leila Leon, second semesterites.


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called home for five days of every school week. Super-
vised by Mrs. Ewing, a resident of the Canal Zone for
fifty years, the Junior College Men's Dorm is situated
near the community services of Balboa. A site on the
hill behind the Clubhouse has been chosen for the new
dormitory planned for occupancy two years hense. The
present dorm accommodates eighten residents but
houses at the moment only sixteen. Two members
occupy each room and although most of the students
hold permanent residence on the Atlantic side, they
live in the dormitory for the school week. No dining
facilities are available, so favorite and convenient eat-
ing places have been adopted, including the YMCA,
American Legion Club, Tivoli Hotel, and the ever-
popular Spaghetti Night at the Amador Officers Mess.
There are no set curfew hours at the house, but order
is observed by the members through a Dormitory
Council which elects a president and fire chief, this
year, being Max Sanders and Jules Damiani respec-
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school-wide enrollment.


class hours,


"The Club"


Junior College has


Extremely popular between
can be located at the end of


the hall by a cloud of smoke, the click of bottles, and
a hub-bub of voices. Membership can easily be ob-
tained by the need for relaxation before and after
strenuous classes. All the comforts of home are pro-
vided cushioned seats, tables, magazines, a mes-


sage board, a soft-drink machine, a


telephone,


trays, and an ever-popular convertible chess-or-checker-
board. "The Club" boasts of an ample membership
and has experienced a very active and rewarding year.


"A study in concentration," Ben


Thomas and John Hanna contemplate future strategies.


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Champion performances marked the Junior College
cheerleading squad this year as they spirited the football
team through an exciting season to a scholastic cham-


pionship.


As the first semester began, an annual call


went out to all interests
weeks, sore muscles and


ed students,


hoarse voices characterized


the candidates who practiced daily the energetic rou-
tines. After being judged by members of the faculty
and the two captains, four contestants were chosen to


complete the six-girl squad.
Patty Chase, Mamita's younger sister,
as the mascot.


was added


Long afternoons were spent rehearsing old routines
and devising original ones. Dressed in crisp green


and white,


short-skirted


similarly-patterned dresses for the daytime, the cheer-
leaders led loyal J. C. fans through pep rallies and the


Patty Chase, Mascot


season's encount
by a colorful


:ers. Their energy was well-rewarded
and victorious football and baseball


season.


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VARSITY


TEAM-Front Row:


Paul Blac


Delano Stewart, Louis Sprauve, John


les, manager; Jules
Engelke, Kenneth 1


Damiani, Paul Rogers,
MacKenzie, Frank Clem-


mons.


SECOND ROW:


Reynolds, Charles French, 1


Alex Eberenz, Donald Rogers, Russell Stromberg, Joseph
Frank Leves, Fred McKenzie. THIRD ROW: Mr. Stew-


art Brown, coach; Charles Chase, captain; Morgan Schoch, Harrell Womble, James
Palumbo, James Price, captain; Albert Jones, Daniel Jenkins, Mr. R. Hackett, Dean.


FOURTH ROW


Robert Wallace, Bernard Craig, Kenneth Pearl,


Edward


Dolan,


Jack Hern,


William Kirkland,


William Weigle, Mr.


Jackman, trainer.


Edward Dolan and Albert


FOOTBALL


assist in


Jones, moving intc


the Balboa encounter, discover


For the first time in three years, the J. C. Green Devils coached by
Mr. Stewart Brown ground through a steadily progressing season to
capture the Interscholastic Championship. The team, captained by quar-
terback Charlie Chase and coupled with an impenetrable defense led by
Jim Prince, won for CZJC the championship and a tie for third place
in the Isthmian Standings.
The squad opened the season with a slow start, placing fourth in
the annual Jamboree. Tying Cristobal with a 14-14 score in the first
game, the team lost to Balboa in their second game of the season.
Losing to A. C. in the third encounter fired the Devils to charge from


a trailing position to win a victory from Balboa.


Cheered by a wildly


enthusiastic crowd, the J. C. contingent played their most exciting game
of the season, highlighted by a long pass touchdown, thrown by Joe
Reynolds, playing tailback, and received by end Albert Jones, and sev-
eral driving runs by tailback Charlie French. A fifth game with Cristobal


High found the Devils scoring on their first s<


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The smiling bench in the last A.


game.


What


a time


to smile!


SCOREBOARD


Cool. cool


Leves,


water,


and Mo Schoch, Charlie Chase, Bocysie


Jim Price, and Harrell


Womble fully appreciate


its revitalizing value.


Coach Brown, out of words,


the "look" to


weary


players.


Danny Jenkins


"handling


the situation expertly.


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A long one hurtles from passer Joe Reynolds'


hand downfield in the


"little Anchor


Game."


of resistance.


Tailback Charlie French breaks through


a charging Balboa defense for


a twenty-yard run.


A stiff fight and


a stolen victory in






TRACK
The call for track and field participants found J. C.
represented in the following line-up: Ed Dolan, shot-
put; Russ Stromberg, high jump and discus; Don
Rogers, broad jump and relays; Charlie French and
Fred McKenzie, running competition; and Doug Rose,
pole vault and 440 races. Don Rogers, captain, placed
the varsity players in their events, under the supervi-
sion of Coach Anderson.

Team members diligently practiced during the after-
noons and any free hours of the academic day. Com-
petition began in the middle of January with the inter-
scholastic track meets at Coco Solo and Balboa. The
annual Balboa Relays, held on January 20 and 21 and
sponsored by the local high school, was again the
track highlight of the season. Participants were from
the military, elementary schools, local rate high schools,


Panama schools,


and the Athletic Club,


as well as


BHS, CHS, and CZJC. Although the college copped
few points because of the small team, the local col-
lege proudly added a few first and second place win-
ners to its roll of victories.


Mr. Ross Anderson
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Zone Junior College was represented by two men, Bill
Rigby and Loyd Gundersen. The latter dived in com-
petition while the former swam in various races.
Under the instruction of the swimming coach, Mr.
Don Connors, the two practiced at the Balboa Pool in
the afternoons on the weeks preceding the meets. The
water competition took place both at Coco Solo and
at Balboa pools among Balboa High School, Cristobal
High School, and CZJC.


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BASEBALL


As this book was going to press, J. C. baseball was


breezing


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a successful year,


scholastic Pennant in sight. The exceptional pitching
and hitting of Morgan Schoch put the Green Devils


ahead in the tough


seven


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and lost two. Morgan as


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the leading hitter on the


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and Ken Pearl, centerfield, at .300. Mor-


gan possessed a pitching record of five wins and no
defeats. J. C. boasted a fine fielding team with Jim
Palumbo at first, Don Rogers at second, Melvin Fields
at third, Jules Damiani in left field, and Lane Thomp-
son in right field, supporting the other players men-
tioned. The teamwork of the Green Devils presented


a threat, with such memorable deeds


as a home run


by Charlie French on the first pitch of the


game.
The possibility of the third varsity championship of
the year in the J. C. Trophy Case climaxed the season
for the battling J. C. Devils.
SCOREBOARD


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CZJC does it again! The J. C. Six walked away with the
1960-61 Girls All-Star basketball championship. In


the four games played, Captain


Joan Raybourne and


Coach Miss Lehman arranged the line-up with capable


combinations who captured


winning


scores


in every


game. AilC
proved high


Taber and


Joan Raybourne consistently


scorers.


Other


pointmakers


or forwards


were


Lawler,


Sylvia Cruz, Beth Heilman, Dot Folse, Brenda Murray


and Sonia Figueroa,


who moved aggressively against


the opponents. The line of defense was ably protected
by the guards, Diana Smith, Lynn Parsons, Eileen Ruess,
Leila Leon, and Pudgie Watson.

This display of teamwork garnered for J. C. its second
sports championship of the year.


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ALL STARS, Back:


Joan Lawler, Eileen Ruess, Cath-


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Watson, Beth Heilman,


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The Junior College began Girls' Intramural Volleyball
with thirty-six girls, enough for six teams. After a
month of competition, the number was cut to eighteen


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J. C. All-Stars, cap-


tained by Joan Lawler. In the first interscholastic
game, Cristobal rose victoriously over the J. C. She-
Devils, but the All-Stars came back to beat Balboa
in their first meeting. On the Atlantic side. C.H.S.


girls took the first game from


won the


second; the girls in green lost the third game in an
exciting overtime, losing the 2-for-3 series to Cristobal.


The final game of the season, Balboa


won the first


game from J.C; the latter took the second from the
high school; and in the closing minute of play, Balboa
came from one point behind to win on the final whistle,
giving J.C. a record of 1-3, and a tie for second place
in the Interscholastic Ratings with the Balboa All-Stars.

SCOREBOARD


C.H.


B. H.


"Up and over" is the cry as the volleyball team battles


7 C.H.
12


Balboa for a clinching victory.


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CHARLES R. BOWEN

Logan, Ohio
History and Social Sciences

B.S., Baldwin Wallace College
M.S., Ohio State University


NEIL


V. BRANSTETTER


Pittsburg, Kansas

Music

B.S., Kansas State Teacher's College
M.A., Columbia University



STEWART J. BROWN

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
B.S., Pittsburgh University
M.Ed., Pittsburgh University


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Elmira Heights, New York
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M.S., New York University




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CALMAR A. BATALDEN

Lamberton, Minnesota


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Blue Mountain, Mississippi
Music
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M.M., University of Michigan




EDWARD W. HATCHET
Yanceville, South Carolina
Mathematics
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M.A., Columbia University


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Orlando, Florida
French

A.B., Wesleyan College
M.A., University of Florida


ROCHELLE H. HEAD


Orlando


Florida


Office Secretary

A.A., Canal Zone
Junior College


LESTER D. HUMMEL

Freedom, Pennsylvania
Mathematics
B.S., Duquesne University
M.A., Duquesne University



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B.A., University of Oklahoma
M.A., University of Oklahoma


Physical Sciences
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Frank Leves
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Pat Alexander
SECRETARY


Sophomore


lass


The upperclass with a membership swollen to 65 stu-
dents launched upon a year of myriad decisions with
their first meeting. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Ed-
ward Hatchett, the sophomore class elected officers to


lead them through the ensuing year.


In addition to


their attendance at the Executive Council meeting of
the Student Association, the officers also presided at
class meetings in which were planned annual sopho-


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tivities were the queen, Miss Jane Kintner and a court,
Misses Carolyn Holgerson and Ronnie Dahlhoff. The
holiday fete took place at the Army-Navy Club amid
a shimmering decor of blue and silver and the musical
conviviality of Al Garcia's band.

Other strictly sophomore activities for the year were
the choosing of class rings and the general election
of Hall of Fame dignitaries which was supervised by
the CONQUISTADOR staff. Preparation for Bac-
calaureate, the selection of the most outstanding mem-
ber of the class for the honor placque by the faculty,
and the eternally moving graduation ceremony itself
ended the year with praise and solemnity.


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"Pat"
Memphis, Tennessee
Balboa H. S.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


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"Palance"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Paraiso H. S.

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SUSAN JEAN BARRETT
"Sue"
Hazleton, Pa.
Balboa High School

LIBERAL ARTS




LEWIS WITFIELD BATEMAN, II
"Lou"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


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PAUL EUGENE BLADES
"Bambin"
Canby, Minnesota
Balboa H. S.


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



SHARON LEE BOOTH
"Boot"
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Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School
LIBERAL ARTS




SARAH B. CARTER
Ft. Myers, Fla.
Cristobal High
LIBERAL ARTS


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MARY ELIZABETH CHASE
"Mamit"
Colon, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.
COMMERCIAL




SILVIA ESTHER CRUZ
"Silvy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.


COMMERCIAL


ROLANDA MAY DAHLHOFF
"Ronnie"
Panama, R. de P.
Balboa High School
LIBERAL ARTS


DAVID POTTER DRENNAN
"Dave"


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"Nena"
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Holy Ghost Academy, Puerto Rico
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SONIA MARINA FIGUEROA
"Soni"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa, H. S.


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"Charlie"
Colon, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.
LIBERAL ARTS



JUDITH ELLEN GRIFFON
"Judy"
New York City, N. Y.
Cristobal H. S.


LIBERAL ARTS


BETH ELAINE HEILMAN
"Beth"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.


LIBERAL ARTS




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CAROLYN L. HOLGERSON
"Hogi"
Colon, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



DANIEL L. JENKINS
"Curly"
Hollywood, California


Brent H.


Pensacola, Fla.


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


JANE LOUISE KINTNER
"Janie"

Easton, Pennsylvania
Balboa, H.S.

LIBERAL ARTS


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"Charlie"
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Immuculata H. S.,Washington, D. C.

LIBERAL ARTS


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NICHOLAS LAMIS, JR.
"Nick"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Cristobal H. S.


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



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"Mickev"


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"Merc"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.

LIBERAL ARTS



FRANK RAYMOND LEVES
"Bootsie"
Panama, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


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VIRGINIA ANN MAULDIN
"Ginger"
Tocca, Georgia
Balboa H. S.

LIBERAL ARTS



JON PETER MCGRAW
"Magoo"
East Liverpool, Ohio
Cristobal H. S.

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Ancon, Canal Zone
Paraiso H. S.


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"Billy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Paraiso, H. S.
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ROGER JAMES MILLION
Corvallis, Oregon
Balboa H. S.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


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Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.


LIBERAL ARTS


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Colon, R. de P.
Cristobal H. S.


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Panama, R. de P.
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Louisville, Kentucky
Fayetteville H. S., N. C.

LIBERAL ARTS


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Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.

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Gatun, Canal Zone
Paraiso, H. S.


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Colon, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.


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New York City, New York
Balboa H. S.
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FRED ROBINSON
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Panama, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.


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"Ted"
New York City, N.Y.
Severn Prep School, Maryland
ENGINEERING


FRANCES FAY BABCOCK
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Washington, D. C.
Balboa H. S.
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Trenton. New
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Ancon, Canal Zone
Paraiso H. S.


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White Plains, New York
Balboa H. S.
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Colon, R. de P.
Cristobal H. S.


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Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.
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Maryville, Missouri
Cristobal H. S.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


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Victoria, Texas
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Colon, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.

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Colon, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.


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Oceanside, New
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Balboa H. S.


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Balboa H. S.

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Fort Smith, Arkansas
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"Dot"
Colon, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.


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WILLIAM PAUL FUSSELMAN
"Fuzz"
Tamazqua, Pennsylvania
Cristobal H. S.

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"Andre"
Franklinton, Louisiana
Balboa H. S.


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



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"Vince"
San Diego, California
Balboa H. S.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


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"Gundy"
Manhattan, New York
Balboa H. S.

ENGINEERING



ANITA SUZANNE GUPTON
"Suzie"
Panama, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.

COMMERCIAL


FLORA AGNES HARTE
"Flo"
Daytona Beach, Florida
Cristobal H. S.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


ETHELYN ADRIENNE HARTMAN
"Lynn"
Kansas City, Missouri


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Missouri


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Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.

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Cristobal H. S.

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Panama, R. de P.
Colegio Internacional de
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Balboa H. S.


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Bellaire, Ohio
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Colon, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.


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Cristobal H. S.


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San Juan, Puerto Rico
Balboa H. S.

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New York City, N.Y.
Balboa H. S.


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Panama, R. de P.
Balboa H. S.

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Lansing, Michigan
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Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.


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IRENE MARIE MICHAELIS
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Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.


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MARCIA


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Colon, R. de P.
Rainbow City H.
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KENNETH ALBERT MOHL
"Skeeter"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa H. S.
ENGINEERING


JAMES MURRAY MORGAN III


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These doors are 1/ot a barricade, but an invitatiOit. The key lies in the heart and mind.

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Published by the Students of CANAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE Balboa Heights, Canal Zone Volume XXV

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Dedication For a teacher it is in those minutes of curiosity. of stimulation, of understanding revealed by each srudent. For you, Mr. Harchert, those minutes must have been many. For you have brought to reaching a wealth of "givi n g." By giving -to the community as an official of Pacific Local of [he American Federarion of Teachers and Central Labor Union -Metal Trades Council, to the coumry by attendance at {he Naval Academy and acrive service in the United States Navy and to the honored profession of reaching through thirty years of instructing in mathematics at Balboa High School and Canal Zone Junior College -you have played a part in building a nation of young minds T o you, Mr. Edward W. Hatchett, we dedicate the CONQUISTADOR for the year of 196O-196\.

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Table of Contents SCHOOL LIFE. ACTIVITIES. SPORTS FACULTY. 9 29 43 59 SOPHOMORES. 63 HALL OF FAME 73 FRESHMEN. 87 ADVERTISING . 105

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Dean"Js Message "Nothing to excess, everything in moderation," was a guiding principle of life of the anciem Greeks chat r emains applicable today for those who wish to live l ong, happy, and r especta bl e lives (and n ea rly everybody does). But even among the Greeks, only those who did do things to e xcess, i.e. tbose who thought and dreamed of nothing except, for instance, architecture scu lp ture, poetry, statecraft, philosophy, drama, histOry, are the ones whose names h ave gone ringing down the ages and so it has been eve r since. So, rake your c h oice n or hing co excess, for o rd inary happiness or a ruinous excess of time and effort devored ro some worthy acriviry for "mak ing" the histOry books. rhe anthologies and Statu ary row! ROGER C. HACKETI Evansville, Indiana Dean A B., Indian a University A M., H a r vard Univer sity

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DOROlHY MOODY Johnson Glunty, Kansas Dean of Women English B A., University of Kansas M. A., Yale University Ph. D., Yale University JAMES A LYONS Peru, New York Dean of Men Commercial B S., New York University M A., New York University

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Foreword "Hands joined across the Isthmus" is nor JUSt another oft-quOted phrase but a verbal symbol of true understanding among peoples. Sympathy, interest, and cooperation are expressions catapulting into imporrance as the hands of many peoples grope co obtain a more perfect level of human value. The success of this search lies with the youth of a nation. It is we the college students of today w h o are to meet the challenge of tomorrow. We in Panama, especially, can open the gates to a "new world" of harmony, for here converge the paths of international concerns. The individual in many cases can be a nation's best diplomat if he manifests his country's true values. Through the smaller dayby-day parrerns of exchanging images, ideals, and heritages, the student can lay the foundation for a furore commonwealth of peace. CANAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE ALMA MATER 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 emera ld deep, Of jungles hung with orchids, where g leaming reptiles creep. o Canal Zone Junior College, no matter where we r ove, Adorn the shores where pirates concealed their treasure trove. o trade winds of the tropics, 0 Southern Cross above, Commemorate our sojourn in the college that we love. D.M.

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"SING YOU YOUR NORTHERN COLLEGE ... SCHOOL LIFE Page 9

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Our Campus Begins . with a long wing o f concrete a nd glass. with a palm-bordered walk way. with grill-enclosed windows Page 10 with a wide, green l awn, wh it e buildings, a n d a starred a nd st ri ped banner.

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Our Campus Extends . inco the t eeming streets of a Latin ciry. . into the familiar atmosphere of the Oubhouse. Page 1 1 into the lush surroundings of the tcopics.

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Page 12 Calendar FOR 1960-1961 First Semester Registration Delta Psi Omega Election Phi Theta Kappa Election Student Association Election Class Election Faculty Beach Party fot Students Green vs. White Football Game Pep Rally and Coffee Party Football Jamboree at Coco Solo Phi Theta Kappa Closed Initiation Anchor Game Bonfire Rally and Motorcade Anchor Game with Balboa College Girls Basketball Game Phi Theta Kappa Founders Day Dinner Delta Psi Omega Pledging Drama Class Play YOU LIKE MURDER? College Community Chorus Produaion Delta Psi Omega I nitiation Swimming Meet Delca Psi Omega Christmas Dinner Hall of Fame Eleaions Christmas Coffee Party and Singing Christmas Formal Dance Track Meet First Semester Finals Begin Balboa Relays Track Meet Second Semester Registration Baseball Game with Balboa Valemine Dance Girls Volle)'ball Game with Balboa Phi Theta Kappa I nitiation College Trip to Taboga College Play BEST FOOT FORWARD College Splash Party Phi Theta Kappa SchOlarship Dinner Delta Psi Omega Initiation College-Community Chorus Production College Drama Banquet Student Association Presidenrial Election Freshman-Sophomore Banquet College Entrance Board Examination Awards Day Assembly Semester Finals Begin Baccalaureate Sunday College Commencement September 7 8 13 14 2 1 2 1 23 30 30 October 7 28 28 November 10 16 17 30 December 5 13 1 4 1 8 21 21 23 January 13 1 7 20 23 31 February 11 1 7 24 March 4 1 7 A p ril 14 19 25 25 May 3 17 19 20 24 26 June 4

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Our Campus Includes re g i srrarion f o r a n ew year as J ac k H e ro a nd Lou B atema n sign in with the D ean. selec t ion of courses under t h e maximum number o f hours t hr ough me counse lli ng of o ne's advisor. Page 13

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. election of officers to lead their classmates through an evenrful year . strenuous try-ours for the coveted position of cheerleader to inspire the renown college spirit. class portraits for the yearbook and poste r ity, Penni Waring JX>sing at Sosa's . hearry congrarulations to the winners and a "good old coUege try" to the rest. Page 14

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. the faculty b eac h party at Kobbe Beach to recall old memories and cre: ne new ones. the cooed groups discussing universal social topics. lhe srag line. Page 15 Faculty Row.

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enthus i astic help by the football players at the rally Page 16 hidden support by the Deviltresses.

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. instructio n in spons for girls by Miss Lehman. last-minut e pracdce bef o r e a game by cheerleaders in pin-curls Page 1 7 . e ndless hope o f Coach Brown for CZlC victOry. cheer inducing peprallies, led by the J. C. Six

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the annua l long.awaited Football J ambo ree a nd ou r stalwart team h o n oring thei r radi ant queen, Fay Babcock. the l ong, eager, restless r ide o n the Big Night. the excited crowd o n the side l i ne.

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the heady, soaring leeling 01 viCtory alter the hard-Iought Anchor Game . [he enthusiasticallyreceived preJ ambo ree collee party. Page 1 9 victOry le[es al[er l oo[ball games.

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college dramatic presentations with well-deserved appl ause Thanksgiving Eve Palm Bowl when our cheerleaders led the spirit for the Miami Jackson team.

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H all of Fame elect i ons for (he recognized l eaders of various sphe res. packed assemb lies for a forry minute excursio n from the a n cient "ba l sar i a" f i estas in Panama to the icey evolution o f L irtle America in rhe Antarctica. Page 21

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Pa ge 22 rhe psychology exp e rim enr w i th Lou Bateman under Miss Gately s supervision. vigorous f ield trips with Mr. Vinto n (0 fill the missing spaces in a minera l colleCtio n th e becko nin g t able of sweers where srudenrs willfu lly co nsume hun dreds o f cal o ries.

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welcomed coffee breaks during the popu l ar coffee parties. the small but steady coffee line for those who prefer (he black liquid [Q sodas. Page 23

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prepa r ario n for the Valentine dan ce by h a r d-working freshme n Page 24 those wonderfu l free hours wirh abso lut e l y n ot hin g to do

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fr i e nd s f ro m both sides o f th e bord e r w h o Stud y tOgethe r f o r o n e goa l ... that peace i n the world may b e ac h ieved throug h those who l eave rhe halls of the Can a l Zon e J un i or College Page 25

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Football Queen Raven haired beauty at soUthern g r ace, With charm she h o lds a regal place; Known for he r clever artistic talent, For Tropical Collegtall she plies her p a lette ; As Football Queen she sparkles with royalty; Inspiring Jamboree crowds with loyalty. FAY BABCOC K Page 26 A proud moment for all came when pctite Fay Babcock tOok her p lace with t h e Big Gree n at the J ambo r ee.

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Christmas Queen Eyes of b rown, h air o f gold, D ainty, petite, her charm is told. This lass p ossesses both "b eauty a nd brains ;" S A Sec a nd Phi Thet s he cla im s A s Miss J C she rates supreme, A s piling lady, a s ubj ect's dream JANE KINTNER In a sil ve r and blue Setting, blond J ane Kinter reigns supreme with her lovely COUft, R o nni e DahJh o ff and Car o lyn H o lger son. Page 27

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Valentine Sweethearts A valentine all hearts enfold; A special theme from days of old. As symbols, our rulers stand arm in arm, Representing strength and charm Vice-President is the title of the king; As cheerleader, his consort makes the stands ring. In ]. C, for service, both are well known; As leaders they command a royal throne. DALE MELIN AND PAT SHOUTS Page 28 A lovely Valentine in the form of the King and Queen of H earts and the court, Roz Field and Sue Downing, was found among a setting of lavender and gold.

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" ... SET IN THE SPANISH MAIN ... ACflVITIES Page 29

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Page 30 Joseph R eyno lds PRESIDENT Jane Kimner SECRETARY Mr. Bowen ADVISOR Albert Jones VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION Charles French TREASURER Although the 1960-61 school year was also the U S. presidential election year, (he Student Association of CZJC began their campaigning for a president in the late spring of the precedin g school term. Presi dent J oe Reynolds was already at work when J. C. opened her doo r s f o r the fall r egist r atio n The remainin g officers were the n e l ected by a general assemb l y of students as SOOn afte r classes commenced Sophomore Jane Kimner was chosen as sec r etary, while freshmen Albert Jones and Charles French took office as vice-president and treasurer respectively. Assembling o n ce a week, these f ou r made the e r e of the Executive Counci l under Mr, Bowen's guidance In addirioo, office r s o r substitutes from both classes and any int erested S. A. members attended pertinent sessio ns. Funds for this o r glnization's sundry acrivities are provided through the sal e of membership cards, spons acdvities rickets, guest tickers for the col lege dances, and a small percenrage of the numerous nickels from the soft-drink machines. Membership entitIes one to free entrance to all S. A. sponsored sports events, dances and coffee parties in the hall; a l so to half-price at civilian the a ters, to a yearbook the CONQU I STADOR; and to copies of the college literary magazine, the TROPICAL COLLEGIAN

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Old and new business is discussed at weekly Exerurive Cou n cil meetings. Football ticket percentages bring into the Srudenr Association a sprinkling of funds. A handfu l of nicke l s from the lounge machine is added to S. A. finances. Page 31

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MEMBERS-Back: R. Jones, E. Ruess, B. Smith, P Shouts, O. H ewes, Mr. Turbyfill, sponsor; W. Mille n ] D o ugan A. P e terson, S. Gupron, E. Morris, ]. Nelson. Pronc C. Watson, M Lavallee, J Griffon, J. Kintner M. Morgan, R Ruess S. Downing, 1. Par sons, C. Segars. H ear What the Book of Supreme Wisdom says, Mi ckey Lavallee is adv ised by Mr. Turbyfill at the closed initiation. Page 32 PHI THETA KAPPA Canal Zone Junior CoUege has been rep resented in (he junior college honorary scholastic society b y the Delta Omega chapter since 1945. Students who are invited [0 join make up ten per cent of the toral Stu dent body and must maintain a B average, carryi ng fifteen or more credit hours. \Xlisdorn, aspiratio n and puriry are the standards by which a student is chosen, a n d these h e is pledged tC uphold throug hout his lifetime. Officers are eleCted at the beginning o f the school year and again, durin g second semester if a vacancy occurs. Several of the School Division staff a r e honorary members of this c hapter, including Mr. Subert TurbyfiU, the sponsor. The fraternity h eld rwo init iations, o n e closed to rhe public and o n e opened, and observed Founder's Day by a sreak dinner at the Amador Officers' Club. The annua l Scho l ars hip Din ner was held in April.

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Officers: Jane Kintner, Secretary; J udith Griffon, Council Member; WiI liam Millen, VicePresident; Margaret Morgan, President; Rosemary Ruess, Treasurer. New initiates and active members join in the impressive candlelight cer emony of Phi Thera Kappa. Founders' Day g r ins may be prompted by thoughts of [he awaiting steak dinner, this year's banquet theme at the ArmyNavy Club at Amador. Page 33

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Ur.t:lA Delta Psi Omega, national honorary fraternity in drama for the men and wome n of the junior colleges of rhe United States, established The Panama Canal CaS[ in CZJC in 1942. Suben Turbyfill has been the faculty sponsor since rhe founding. The national con stitution stares that rhe purpose is "to srimulate imerest in rhe dramatic activicies of the college, to secure for the college all of the advantages of a lar ge national honorary fraternity and to serve as a reward for eHoers for paniciparing in rhe plays staged by rhe dramatic oganiz3rions." Officers : Joseph Reynolds Business Manager; Lois Stevens. Stage Manager; Thomas Ashton, CaSt Director The society during the first semester presented an unusual one-act play to only emitled "Anyone for Murder?" by R obert Bland CaS[ members playing in the audience gave the unique impression that everyone was personally connected with the case. The second semester o ffering opened to the publiC and given in the Bal boa High Schoo l Auditorium was a three-act play entitled Best Foot F orward" by J o hn Cecil Holm Del ta Psi Omega a l so serves as a social group, holding a n annual Christmas dinner and the Baccalaureate Breakfast which honors graduating mem bers. Page 34 "Guess he's dead," agrees "Oocmr" Paul Rogers as h e examines the corpse in the presence of six possibl e suspects.

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A w elld eserved curtai n call f o r the cast o f "You Like M u r de r?" Ar t h e annua l Christmas dinne r members. T A s hton; R Oahlhoff; D. Jenkins; 1. Stevens; S Turbyfill sponsor ; ] R aybo urne; J Reyn o l ds; P. R oge rs; a n d E. W illiams express t he seaso n's goodwill Pag e 35

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CONQUISTADOR Wirh rhe help of students' coUege yearbooks from rhe Stares, rhe ConquiStado r Staff began rhe year with the intent of making [he school yearbook more collegiate. The book was complerely rearranged: a srudem index and a school life unit were added. divisions were rearranged, slxms pages were increased and an opening color section was designed A new presentation of advertising which included pictures of college srudems at the business establishment boosted [he working budger and enabled rhe Staff to enlarge rhe yearbook. Dr. Moody and Mr. Lyons ADVISORS Susan Downing ASSOCIATE EDITOR Margaret Morgan EDITORINCHIEF Mary Smirh BUSINESS MANAGER Page 36 STAFF-Back: V Mauldin; I. Michaelis; S. Barretr; M. Smirh; T. Gadin; R. Field; J. Raybourne From: S Downing; C. French; M. Morgan ; S Walker, photOgraphe!. L Bateman, phOtographer, nO[ present.

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Rosemarie Ruess ASSOCIATE EDITOR William Millett BUSINESS MANAGER Betty Smith ED ITOR INCHIEF TROPICAL COLLEGIAN Originality is the keyword for the Tropical Collegian, [he Canal lime Juni or College li[ erary magazine. Poems shorr articles, and ocher selections are comributed by the faculty the staff, and any ocher imerested srudems. Even the cover for each issue is drawn by one of the members and is primed locally. The staff, composed of volumaty stu dents, receive literary advice from Dr. Moody and financial assistance from Mr Lyons. Dr. Moody and Mr. Lyons ADVISORS STAFF-From: Dr. Moody Advisor; J TiltOn, B. Smith, R Ruess, J. Griffon. BACK : 1. Brownie, P. Casaus, 1. Sprauve, W. Millerr, C. Williams P. Shouts, M Mignorr. Page 37

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Page 3 8 Mr Branstetter CONDUCTOR COLLEGE-COMMUNI1Y CHORUS The strains of a violin supporting determined voices wafting Out of room 313 during rhe noon hour herald a new year in a long series of performances by the Coilege-Communiry Chorus. Junior college srudents form the core of the musical enterprise which also incorporates members of the civilian, military, and Panamanian communities on bOth sides of the Isthmus. The college srudents receive credit for chis function, practicing during the noon hour on Mondays .nd Wednesdays. This past December, wirh great success, the choral group performed Handel's MESSIAH at rhe Abel Bravo School in Conlon, the Balboa High School auditorium and the Universiry of Panama, drawing a total audience of over one thousand. The spring concen in April consisted of Faure's REQUIEM and Brahm's RHAPSODY. The group of fifry members both professional and amateurs under the capable leadership of Mr. Neil Branstetter, mUSt meet the one requirement of their -"Nice people first, musical ability second. MEMBERS-M. Mignott R Jon e s H Gercich J. Stewart C. Segars B. Heilman B. B a ird and C. Brul and, pi a nist

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Mr. Lyon needs you! Join now and play America's moSt eng r ossing game -BRIDGE! BRIDGE CLUB As he demonStrates the art of cwohanded bridge the club enjoys seeing President Ben Thomas caught at his own game. "Pracrice makes perfect," perfect mistakes, that is, is the motto of C. z. J. C's Bridge Club, sponsored by Mr. J ames Lyons. Meeting at least twice a week, srudent Ben Thomas teaches the fundamentals and rules of bridge [0 ambit ious beginners, who learn the hard way why one doesn t bid ANYTIfING with a toral of five points! MEMBERS-V. Lombroia V. Mauldin M. Morgan J. Nel son, B Thomas S Walker. Page 39

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CANAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE GIRLS' DORMITORY One balcony for five fair damsels? The tenants of the Junior College Girls' Dormirory do nor seem ro mind. A transfer to a newer and larger (twO porches) can crete residence, located conveniemly near the Service Cenrer in Balboa was planned for this year. Meanwhile, they have transformed the old Ancon Police Station into a second home, adorning it with personal accessories and furnishings. Because chere was no cook ing allowed in the building, rhe five had their meals at the Clubhouse or the Tivoli Hotel. Curfew a regu larory 10: 30 On school nighrs and midnight on weekends, and all household activities were supervised by Mrs. Goulet, the combination hOllsemmher and personal counsellor. Alice Taber eavesdrops on Brenda Murray's conversation as Diana Smith raids the refrigerator. With a capacity of six only, and rhe applications for dormirory rooms ever increasing, the old house must give way to the new, and by next year, a maximum of eight girls is expected to make their homes in the modern J. C. Girls' Dormirory. Alice Taber, Brenda Murray, Diana Smith, Lee Peck, and Leila Leon, second semesrerites. Group study for final exams can be a help as the rhree girls cram for the next day's examinations in a joinr effon to pass. Page 40

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CANAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE MEN'S DORMITORY In an evening's social hour, members gather for a few moments o f r elax3tion. For sixteen young men, 838 Balboa Heights is caUed home for five days of every schoo l week. Super vised by Mrs. Ewing, a residem of the Canal Zone for fifry years, t h e Junior College Men's Dorm is situated near [he co mmunity services of B a lboa. A site on the hiU b e hind rhe Clubhouse has been chosen for the new dormitory planned for occupa ncy rwo years hense The present dorm accommodates eighten resident s bur houses at the only sixteen. Two members occupy each room and although most of the students hold permanent r eside n ce on [he Adamic side, they live in the dormitory for the school week. No dining facilities are available, so f avo rite and convenient eacing places have been adopted, including the YMCA American Legion Club Tivoli Hotel and the ever popular Spaghetti Night ar the Amador Officers Mess, There a r e no set curfew h ou r s at the house, but order is observed by rhe m embers thcough a Dormitory Council which elects a president and fire chief this year being M ax Sanders and Jules Damiani respec rively. Page 41

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"THE CLUB" This exclusive organization for freshmen and sopho more srudems in the Can a l Zone Junior CoUege has school-wide enrollment_ Ex t r emely popular between class hours, -The Club" can be located at the e nd o f the hall by a cloud of smoke, the click o f bottles, and a hub-bub o f voices. Membership can easi l y be ob tained by th e need for relaxatio n before a nd after strenuous classes. All the comforts of home a r e pro vide
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" ... OF JUNGLES HUNG WITH ORCHIDS ... SPORTS

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Mickey Lavallee Co-captain Patry C h ase, MascOt R o nnie D a hlh off, Co-ca p ta in H og i H o l ge r so n Cheerleaders C hampi o n p e rf o rmances marked t h e Juni o r Co lleg e c h eerleadi n g sq u a d t his year a s t h e y spiri te d th e f oo tball team throu g h a n e x c i ting seaso n to a sc h o l a s tic cham p i o n s hip A s the f i rst se m este r be ga n a n a nnual call we nt Out to all int e r ested srudents, and f o r se v eral wee ks, so r e musc les and hoar se voices c haracrer ized the cand ida res w h o p r acticed daily the e n e r getic rou tines. Af te r being j udged by me m be r s o f t h e faculry and t h e two cap tains, f our contestantS we r e c h ose n co comp l ete the s i x-girl squad. Patty Chase, M a mita's younger s i ste r w;s a d ded as t h e mascot. L o n g a fternoon s wer e spent r e hear s ing old routin es a n d dev i s in g o r igi nal o n es. Dr esse d in cris p g r ee n a n d white, s h on-s kirt e d ou tfits f o r the ga mes and similarly-patcerned d r esses for t h e daytime t h e c h ee r lead e r s led loyal J C. f a n s t hr o u g h p e p r allies and th e seaso n's e n co unt e rs. Th eir e n e r gy was w ellre.war de d b y a co l o rful and v i ctorio u s f oot ball and baseball seaso n R aise [ h e sco re" i s the challe nge o f [he c h ee r i n g ser at the AC-J C game Pag< 44

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Pat Shouts Practi ce perfects preci s i o n as the squad performs in high style. M amita Chase Pat R ogers Time om a t the J ambo ree pictures (he "fair seven" with the ] C. "devi l mascot Ben Thomas Page 45

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VARSITY TEAM-Front Row: Paul Blades, manager ; Jules Damiani Paul Rogers, Delano Stewart, Louis Sprauve, John Engelke, Kenneth MacKenzie Frank Clem mons. SECOND ROW: Alex Eberenz Donald Rogers Russell Suomberg, Joseph Reynolds, Charles French, Frank Leves, Fred M c Kenzie. THIRD ROW: Mr. Stew art Brown, coach; Char les Chase, captain; Morgan Schoch Harrell Womble, James Palumbo, James Price captain; Albert J ones, Daniel J e nkins, Mr. R. Hacke.rr, Dean FOURTH ROW: R obe rt Wailace, Bernard Craig, K e nneth Pearl Edward Dol an, Jack Hern William Kirkland William Weigle Mr. J ackma n trainer. FOOTBALL For the first time in thr ee years, the J c. Green Devils coached by Me. Stewan Brown ground through a steadily progressing season to capture the Interscholastic Championship. The ream, captained by quaete,back Charlie Chase and coupled with a n impenetrable defense led by Jim Prince, won for CZJC the champions hip and a tie for third place in the Isthmian Standings. The squad opened the season with :l s low start, placing f ourt h in the a nnual Jamboree Tying CriStobal with a 14-14 score in the first game, the team lost to Balboa in their second game of the season Losing to A C. in the (hird encounter fired the Devils [Q cbarge from a trailing position to win a viCtory from Balboa Cheered by a wildly enthusiastic crowd, the J. c. contingent played their most exciting game o f the season, highlighted by a l ong pass tOuchdown, thrown by Joe Reynolds playing tailback, and received by end Albert J ones, and severa l driving run s by tailback Charlie French. A fifth game with CriStobal High found the Devils scoring on their first series of downs and a stubborn J C. defense persevering in the muggy Atlantic side weather to carry (he team to a victOrious score. A final game with the Athletic Club disappointed the college hopes but the Green Devils, boasting five All-Zon e players-Charles Chase, Jim Price Russ Stmmberg Harrell Womble, and Jim Palumbo-and after a fiercely competitive year, captured che Ime rsch o lasti c Trophy for the Canal Zone Juni or College. Edward Dolan and Albert Jones moving into assisc in che Balboa e ncounter, discover

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Cool. cool water, and Mo Schoch Charlie Chase Leves, Jim Price and Harrell Womble fully appreciate its revitalizing value. Danny Jenkins is "handling" the situation expertly. The smiling bench in the laSt A C. game. What a time to smile! JC BHS AC JC JC AC SCOREBOARD 14 25 20 12 7 26 CHS JC JC BHS CHS JC Coach Brown, Out of words, gives the "look" to weary players. 14 14 6 6 o o

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A l o ne A C. runn e r find s h imself con fr o n ted by a rhree-man shield o f resi s t a nce. A long one hurries from passer Joe Reynolds' T a ilback Charlie F rench break s th r ough a charging Balboa defense for a twenty-yard run. hand downfield in the "little Anchor Game." Momentarily minus blockers, Charlie Chase dattS down rhe field for a long run in rhe closing seconds of the A. C. game. A stiff fight and l stolen victory in the crucial Anchor Game are reflected on rhe faces of the exulrant Devil ream.

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Mr Ross Anderson COACH Effore and strength can be seen as Ru ss Stromberg heaved the discus lor J. e. TRACK The call t or track and lield participantS found J. e. represe nted in the lollowing l ineup: Ed Dolan, shOtput; Russ Stromberg high jump and discus; D o n Rogers brood jump a nd relays; Cha rli e French and Fred McKenzie running compericion; and Doug Rose, po l e vau l t and 440 races. Don R ogers, captain, placed the varsity players in t heir eventS, under the supervision of Coach Anderson. Team members diligently practiced during the afte rn oo n s and any free h ours of the academic day. Com petition began in the middle o f January with t he interscho l astic track meets at Coco Sol o and B a lbo a The annllal Balboa R elays, held o n J an uary 20 a nd 2 1 and sponsored by the local high school was agai n the crack highlight of the season Participants were from rhe military, elementary sch oo ls, local rate high schools, Pan ama schoo ls, and the Athletic Club, as well as BHS, CHS and CZJe. Although the college copped l ew points because 01 the small team, the local col l ege proudly added a few lirst a nd second place winners to its roll of victorie s A Devil disrance runnec Doug R ose crossed the white lin e at the linish 01 the 44 0 s print. Page 50

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With a flying leap, Don Ro gers covered 21 feet in the broad jump with strength and agility. Standing in the viaory circle for his winning leap, Don Rogers brought in first place points fot J. C. "Big Ed" Dolan puts his weight behind the twelve pound shot-put to l oft it 44.5 feet. Page 11

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Page 52 Bill Rigby and Loyd Gundersen SWIMMING In the aquatic division of ath l etic acti vit i es. t h e Cana l Zone Junior College was r epresented by tWO m e n Bill Rigby a n d Loyd Gundersen. The l arte r dived in competician while the fo r mer swam in various races. Under the instructio n of the sw immin g coach, Mr Don Connors, t h e twO practiced at the B a lbo a Pool in the afternoons on the weeks preceding the meets. The water competition took place bOth at Coco Sol o and at Balboa pools amo n g Balboa Hi g h School, Cristobal High School, and CZ]C. Proving itse l f a popular spon, aquatic compet i tion stimu lates waiting sideline swim mers to urge on fellow team members.

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Loyd Gundersen slices the air in a perfecr one-and-a-half. Finishing SIX l aps in record style Bill Rigby rakes a brearher.

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H old i ng a C H S runner o n the bag, Ji m P a l umbo watc hes t h e plate. Donni e R oge r s watc hes his drive hit f a n territory as h e r aces f o r fiI st. BASEBALL A s this boo k was goi n g co pr ess, J. C. baseb all was breezi n g thr o u g h a successfu l year, with the l mer scho l astic P ennant i n s i ght Th e e xcep t i onal pitch i n g and hitti n g o f M o r ga n Schoch pur r h e G reen D e vils a head i n t h e tou g h Inre rscholascic Baseball race Of seven ga mes in a ren ga m e schedule, J. c. w o n fiv e and lost two. M o rgan as t h e leading hirre r On the team b aued at a .400 clip. C h arles Fre n c h t he catc her was h i ttin g .367, f ollowed closely b y Asa B arle y s h o rt scop ar .32 4 a nd K e n Pearl, cent e rf ield, at .30 0 M o r ga n possessed a pitchi n g r ecord of five wi n s a n d n o d efeats. J c. bo asted a fine fiel ding team with Jim P a l umbo at first, D o n R oge r s at second, M e lvin F ields a t t h ird, Jules D a miani in lef r fie l d, a n d Lane Tho mp son in right field, supporting the Oth e r p layers m e n ti oned. Th e telmwork o f the Gr ee n D evi l s prese nted a threat, wit h suc h m e m o r able d eeds as a ho me run by Cha rli e Fr e n c h o n rhe f i r st p itc h o f t h e J C -BHS game. The possi bility of the third var sity champ i o nship o f the year i n the J. C. Trophy Case clima xed th e seaso n f o r t h e blCcling J. C. D evils SCOREBOARD JC 1 BHS 0 CHS 2 JC I JC 5 BHS 4 JC 3 CHS 0 JC 5 CHS 3 ]C 3 BHS 1 CHS 6 JC 3 Pag e 54 V AR S ITY TEA M, Back: Vicent e Esgue rra, Russ S trom b e r g, M o r ga n S c h och, J i m P a lumbo, Charlie F r e n c h K e n P earl. Fronc: Leroy Alleyne, Fr ed M c K e nZie, Lan e Thomp son, Asa B arley, J u les D amia ni Don R oge rs.

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"Be prepared" i s m e w o r d f o r J u les D a miani as h e anticipates a curve b all from Cristobal. 1,. l!l . .1 ,r... M o Schoch c oming oue o f his windu p r e leases a f a s e b all. Pase The thir d run in t h e Crisca b l l ga m e f o r J C. i s chalked u p b y Asa B arley as h e sprinrs f o r h o m e place.

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ALL STARS, Back: Joan Lawler, Eileen Ruess, Catherine Watson, Beth Heilman, Lynn Parsons. From: Dorothy Folse, Sylvia Cruz, Joan Raybourne, Sonia Figueroa. GIRLS' BASKETBALL CZJC does it a gain! The J. C. Six walked away with the 1960-61 Girls All-Star ba sketbaU championship. In the four games played, Captain Joan Raybourne and Coach Miss Lehman arranged the line-up with capable combinations who captured winning scores in every game. Alice Taber and Joan Raybourne consistently proved high scorers. Other poimmakers or forwards were Joan Lawler, Sylvia Cruz, Beth Heilman, Dot Folse Brenda Murray and Sonia Figueroa, who moved aggressively against the opponents. The line of defense wa s ably protected by the guards, Dian a Smith, Lynn Parsons, Eileen Ruess, Leil a Leon, and Pudgie WatSon This displa y o f teamwork garnered f o r J C. itS second spoers championship of the year. SCOREBOARD J. C. ... 32 B. H. S J. C..32 C. H S. J. C. .................... 23 C. H. S. B. H. S .. .... .24 J. C. ...11 ... _18 ....... 18 ...... 22 Beth Heilman tries to pass the ball to a team mate before her guards suc ceed in inrercepc ing it. With no room to dribble, Brenda Murray prepares to pass the ball co approachin g coll e giate Alice Taber. Page 56

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Joan Lawler seems to be determined to keep the basketball from her Balboa opponents as me larrer gee dangerously close. This Maypole dance demonstration is prompted by a .phere evading reaching fingers of the players. Page

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GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL The Junior College began Girls' Intramur a l Volleyball with thirty-six girls, enoug h for s ix reams. After a month of compericion, the number was cm to e i ghtee n girls, for a two-team elimi narion contest. The result was a ten-girl sel ection for t h e J C. All-Stars, ca p tained b y J oan Lawle r In the first interscholaStic game, Cristob a l rose victoriously ove r the J C. SheDevils, but the All-Stars came back to bear B a lbo a in their first meering. On the Adanti c side, C.H.S. girls took the first game from J c.; J c. won the second; rhe girls in green l ost rhe third game in an exciting overtime, losin g t h e 2 {or-3 series to Cristobal. The final game o f the season B a lboa won t h e first game from J .C; rhe l atte r took the second fr o m rhe high school ; a nd in t h e closing minute o f play B a lboa came from o n e point behind to win o n the final whistle, giving J.c. a r ecord of 1-3, a nd a ric for seco nd place in the Inters c h o l astic R ati n gs with th e Balboa All-Stars. SCOREBOARD J.c. .......... 4 C. H. S. 7 J c. .... 10 B H S 6 "Up and over" is the cry as the volley b all team battles Balboa for a cli n chi n g victory. J c. 7 C. H S 1 2 9 .... 1 5 9 ..... 8 4 ....... 10 6 11 .... 10 6 11 Page 58 J. c. 6 B H S 10 9 TEAM-BACK: Carolyn H olge r so n Be t h Heilma n Eilee n Ruess, Catherine Warson, Joan R aybo urne. FRONT: Soni a Figueroa Syl v ia Cruz, Leila L eo n, Mi cke y L avellee, J oan Lawler, ca ptain.

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"WHERE PIRATES CONCEALED THEIR TREASURE TROVE ... FACUL1Y Page 59

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NEIL V. BRANSTETTER Pittsburg. K ansas Music B S., K a nsas Srare Tea c her's College M A., Columbia University STEWART J. BROWN Pittsburgh, Pennsylva nia B.S., Pirrsbur g h University M.Ed., Pirrsburgh Univ ersity CALMAR A. BATALDEN Lamberton, Minnesota Engin e ering Drawing M.B.S., Bradley University M.S. Pennsylvania State Univ CHARLES R BOWEN Logan, Ohio Hi story and Socia l Science; B.S., Baldwin Wallace College M.S., Ohio Srare University SHEPARD S CLARK Elmira Heights New Y o rk Commercial B.S., New Y ork University M S., New Y ork Un iversiry MARGARET M GATELY Bosto n Massachuserrs Biology a nd Psyc h o l ogy B.S. Emmanuel College M S., Boston Colleg e

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FRANCIS WINBORN GURNEY Blue M ountain, Mississippi Music B M Mississippi So uth e rn College M.M., Universiry 0 1 Mi c h iga n EDW ARD W HATCHETI Yanceville South Carolina Mathematics A.B., Duke Universiry M .A., Columbia Universi l1' LESTER D. HUMMEL Freedom, P ennsylvania Mathematics B.S., Duquesn e University M A., Duque s n e Universit} PATRICIA A LEHMAN Aurora, ]Ilinois Physical Educari o n B S N W Missouri S
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SUBERT TURBYFILL N o rman Oklah o m a Speech and Drama B.F.A., University of Okl a h oma B.A. University o f Okl aho m a M .A., University of Okl a h oma KENNETH W. VINTON Fon du Lac, Wisco nsin Phys ical Sciences A.B., Ripon Co lleg e A M., Columbia Univ e r sity Dean H ackett a nd Mr VintOn discuss the procedures for disem b a rking from the Jambor ee train at Mt H ope. Dean H a c keu Dr. MocxIy. Mis s G:uely, and Mr. Bowen review the night's v ictOry at the Anchor Game party at the Elk' s Clu b Page 62

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Page 64 Thomas Ashron PRESIDENT Carolyn Holgerson TREASURER Mr. Hatchett SPONSOR Frank Leves V I CE-PRESIDENT Pat Alexander SECRETARY Sophomore Class The upperclass with a membership swollen to 65 Students launched upon a year of myriad decisions with their first meeting. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Edward HatChett, the sophomore clas s elected office r s ro lead them through the ensuing year. In addition to their anendance at the Executive Council meeting o f the Srudenc Association, the officers also p r esided at class in which were p l anned a nnual sop!1omore acuvmes. The traditional decorating and entertainment com mittee was delegated, and chosen to reign ove r the fes tivities were the queen Miss Jane Kintner and a roU((, Misses Carolyn Holgerson and Ronnie Dahlhoff. The holiday fete took place at the Army-Navy Club amid a shimmering decor of blue and silver and the musical conviviality of AI Garcia's band. Other strictly sophomore activities for the year were the choosing of class rings and the general electio n of Hall of Fame digniraries which was supervised by the CONQUIST AOOR staff. Preparation for Baccalaureate. the selection of the mOSt outsrancling member of the class for the honor placque by the faculty, and the eternally moving graduation ceremony itself ended the year with praise and solemnity.

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SUSAN JEAN BARRETI "Sue" Hazleton, Pa. Balboa High School LIBERAL ARTS LEWIS WITFI ELD BATEMAN, II "Lou" Ancon, Canal Zone Balboa H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PATRICIA GALE ALEXANDER Pat" Memphis, Tennessee Balbo a H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LEROY AUGUSTUS ALLEYNE "Palance" Ancon Canal Zone Par.iso H. S. PREMEDICAL PAUL EUGENE BLADES "Bambin" Canby, Minnesota B.lboa H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SHARON LEE BOOTH "Boot" Ancon Canal Zone Balboa H S. COMMERCIAL Pag.

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MARY ELIZABETH CHASE M amir" Co l o n R de P. Balboa H S COMMERCIAL S ILVIA ESTHER CRUZ "Silvy" Ancon. Canal Zone Balboa H S COMMERCIAL RUTH MARGARET BROWN Anc o n Canal Zone B a lbo a High School LIBERAL ARTS SARAH B. CARTER Ft. My ers, Fla. C r isto bal High LIBERAL ARTS ROLANDA MAY DAHLHOFF R o nnie" P a nam a R de P. Balbo a High School LIB ERA L ARTS DAVID POTTER DRENNAN "Dave" St. Petersburg, Flo rid a Balboa H S. PRE MEDI CA L Page. 66

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MARIA ISABEL FERNANDEZ "Nena" San Juan, Pu eno Ri co Holy Ghost Academy Pueno Rico COMMERCIAL SONIA MARINA FIGUEROA "Soni" Ancon, Canal Zone Balboa, H. S COMMERCIAL BETH ELAINE HEI LMAN Beth An co n Canal Zon e B a lboa H S. LIBERAL ARTS ORRlN LEROY HEWES Manch este r Depot, Vermont Vermont State H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Page 67 CHARLES ERNEST FRENCH "C harlie Colon, R. de P Balboa H S. LIBERAL ARTS JUDITH ELLEN GRIFFON New York City N Y CristObal H S LIBERAL ARTS

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CAROLYN L. HOLGERSON Hogi" Colon R de P Balboa H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DANIEL L. JENKINS "C urly Hollywood California Brent H S., Pensacola Fla BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JANE LOUISE KINTNER J a nie Eascon P ennsylvania B a l boa, H.S. LIBERAL ARTS FRANCES MATILDA LAFLIN "Charlie" Albuqu erque, New Mexic o Immu culata H S.,Washington D C. LIBERAL ARTS N I CHOLAS LAMIS JR. Page 68 "Nick" Ancon Canal Zone Cristobal H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MARY JANE LAVALLEE "Micke y Worcester Massachuserrs B a lbo a H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

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JOAN FRANCES LAWLER M e re" Ancon C anal Zon e Balboa H S. LIBERAL ARTS FRANK RA MOND LEVES "Bootsie" Pan a ma. R. d e P B a lboa H. S BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION VIRGINIA ANN MAULDIN Ginger T oc ca Georgia B a lboa H. S LIBERAL ARTS JON PETER MCGRAW Magoo" East L i verpool Ohi o Crisrobal H. S PREMEDICAL FREDERICK CECIL MCKENZIE M a c" An co n Canal Zone P a raiso H. S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION EDITH LOUISE MCNEIL Edi e" AGeo n Canal Zone B a lboa H. S LIBERAL ARTS Page 69

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" Peggy" A nco n, Cana l Zo n e Balboa H S LIBERAL ARTS DON ALD L. NOLAN "Don nie" Colon R d e P CriStob a l H S ADMINI S TRA nON GLADSTONE W I LLIAM MILLETT JR. B i Uy" Ancon Canal Zone Paraiso, H S PRE MEDICAL ROGER JAMES MILLION Corvallis Ore g on B a lboa H S BUSINESS ADMINISTRAT ION RAUL OLMEDO PINZON P a n a m a, R d e P Ins { iruro P a nAm e r icano, P a n a m a City LIBE RAL ARTS JOAN WORLEY RAYBOURNE 'J o ani e'' H o ustOn T e xas Hazelwood Hi g h Schoo l Sf. Louis, Mo. LIBERAL ARTS Page 7 0

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ROSEMARI FRANCES RUESS R omi" Y ou n gslOwn Ohio Sr. J oseph Academy Sr. Augu sti n e Fla. LIBERAL ARTS ROBERT JUDSON SEGARS Boo" louisville, K e ntu cky F ayettev ill e H S., N C. LIBERAL ARTS LOIS JEAN STEVENS "lo" An co n Ca n a l Zone B a lbo a H S. LIBERAL ARTS JUDITH E STEW AR T "Judy" An co n Canal Zone Parai50 H S. LIBERAL ARTS Page 7 1 MARY LOUISE SMITH "Smitty" Ancon Cana l Zon e B a lbo a H S. LIBERAL ARTS LOUIS EDWARD SPRAUVE Lou" Gamn, Canal Zon e Paraiso, H S PRE M EDICAL

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ALIC E JEAN TA BER Col o n R d e P CristObal H S. LANE ALLEN THOMPSON B a zoo ROBERT JOHN WALLA C E Bob" P a g e 7 2 Co l o n R d e P LIBERAL ARTS Balbo a H S ENGINEERIN G New Y o rk Ciry, N e w Y ork B a lbo a H S BUSINESS ADMIN I STRATION STUDENTS NOT PIOlJRED THOMAS ASHTON FELIPE C AZOBON JOSEPH CLEMMONS BERNARD C RA I G MlCHAEL CUNNINGHAM JOHN EN G ELKE REDUS HARRELL MRS ROBERTA HOULTRY MRS JUDITH JEWETT WILLIAM KIRKLAND ALAN PETERSON JOSEPH REYNOLDS FRED ROBINSON MAXWELL SANDERS BENJAMIN THOMAS JOHN V AN DER SLIC E JOSEPH WHITE JOHN ENGELKE RI CHARD SW ALM

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Miss J. c. JANE KINTNER

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Most Industrious PEGGY MORGAN AND ORRIN HEWES

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Most Intellectual ROSEMARI RUESS AND BILL MILLETI

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Most Popular AND TOM A S HTON MICKEY LA V ALLEE

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Most Talented LOIS STEVENS AND LOU BATEMAN

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Best Dancers HOLG ERSON AND FRED ROBINSON CAROLYN

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Most Athletic BETH HEILMA N AND FRED M c KENZIE

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Most Likely To Succeed ORRIN HEWES AND PEGGY MORGAN

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Page 88 James Price PRESIDENT Charle s Chase TREASURER Mr Clark SPONSOR D a le Melin V I CE-PRESIDENT Nancy Webster SECRETARY Freshman Class With over 130 members, the l argest enrollment o f freshme n since CZJC bega n the class e l ected their office r s soon after fall registration was comp leted. Meeting several times during the year, twO important annual items of business were ha n dled by the expanded underclass. Chosen [0 preside over the revived Freshmen-sponsored Valentine Dance were a king, Dale Melin ; a queen, Pat Shouts and a court, Sue Downing and Roz Field. It was the first time that a male consort participated in [he royal ceremonies. Held at the Army-Navy Club, the dance deviated from t h e cusmmary red and white to celebrate the occasion with a regal gold and lavender rheme Besides the coronation entertainment took the form of a renditio n by a t rio of freshmen songsterS: Haydee Meggers, Penni Waring, and Carol e Segars, and musi c by the "Merry Makers." A major decision was made, under the guidance of the class sponsor, Mr. Clark. concerning the time, place, and menu for the M l y FreshmanSophomore Banquet, a traditional farewell salute to the upper class.

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FRANCES FAY BABCOCK "Fay" Washington O C. Balboa H. S. LIBERAL ARTS JUDITH ANN BEEBY "Judy" Tre m on. New J e rsey B alboa H S C OMMERCIAL RETIA MARTINA ALLEN "Rita" Panama R d e P Balboa H S LIBERAL ARTS TEODORO ALBERTO ARIAS, JR. Ted New Y o rk City N.Y Severn Prep School Maryland ENGINEERING LOUIS ROBERT BROWNIE "Lou" Anc on Canal Zone Parai so H. S PRE MEDICAL BALBINO CAlOITO, JR. "Bambi Panama R d e P. Balboa H S BUSINESS AOMINISTRA TION Page 89

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EDWARD VINCENT DOLAN "Eddy" White Plains New York Balboa H S. LIBERAL ARTS EDW ARD JOHN DONOHUE "The Big Bopper" Col o n R de P CristObal H S. LIBERAL ARTS SUSAN LEE DOWNING "Sue" Vicroria, Texas Washingron-Lee, Va. LIBERAL ARTS ALEXANDER DAVID EBERENZ Balboa H S. Ancon, Cana l Zone BU S INESS ADM I N ISTRATION Page 90 CE LIA ANN DORFMAN "Cookie" An con, Canal Zone Balboa H S. LIBERAL ARTS JOHN PATRI C K DOUGAN Jack" Maryville, Missouri CristObal H S. BUSINESS ADM I N ISTRATION

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KAREN CLARK Ocean side N e w Y ork B a lbo a H S BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION EILEEN ELIZABETH COX ''1'" C o l o n R d e P Balbo a H S LIBERAL ARTS JOAN KATHLE E N CASEY K achi" Col o n R de P B a l boa H S. C OMMERCIAL C HARLES EDW ARD C HASE, JR. "C h ase Boy" C o l o n R de P B a lbo a H S LIBERAL ARTS BETTY CATHERINE DAVIS Colo n R d e P B a lboa H S LIBERAL ARTS MILDRED LOUI S E DEJERNETTE "Millie"' Ancon Cana l Zon e B a lbo a H S. PREMEDI CAL

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DOROTHY FOLSE "00,' Colo n R de P. Balboa H S. LIBERA L ARTS W ILLIAM PAUL FUSSEL'A'AN "Fuzz" Tamazqua, Pennsylvania Cristobal H S. LIBERAL ARTS VINCENTE ALFREDO ESGUERRA, JR. "Vince" San Diego Calif ornia Balboa H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ROSALIND TATUM FIELD Roz" Fort Smith, Arka nsas Ft. Kn ox H.S., K e ntucky LIBERAL ARTS TERRY ANDRE GATLIN Andr e" Fra nklint o n Louisian a Balboa H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIO N SALLY LOUISE G REENE Washington D .C. Wakefield-ArlingtOn H S., Vir gi nia BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Page 92

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LOYD TOM GUNDERSEN "Gundy" Manhattan New York Balboa H S. ENGINEERING AN ITA SUZANNE GUPTON "Suzie" Panama R. d e P. Balboa H S. COMMERCIAL JUDITH GAY HEARNE "Jude" Ancon Canal Zone Balboa H. S. COMMERCIAL ARTHUR LEE HUCKABAY "Arc" Mt. ShaSta, Cal. BarstOw Union H. S., Cal. ENGINEERING FLORA AGNES HARTE "Flo" DaytOna Beach Florida Crisrobal H. S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ETHELYN ADRIENNE HARTMAN "Lynn" Kansas Ciry, Missouri East H S., Missouri LIBERAL ARTS Page 93

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ROBERT CHARLES IRWIN Bob" De Quincy, Louisiana Cri st obal H S BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CARLOTA JIMENE Z Tir a Pan a m a, R d e P Colegio Internacion a l de Maria Immaculada, Panama BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ALBERT DONALD JONES Abou Col o n R d e P B a lbo a H S ENGINEERING REBA LAURENE JONES B ella ire, Ohi o C ri sto b a l H S BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION L NNE KIELHOFER C o l o n R d e P B a lbo a H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HAMILTON HUBERT LAVALAS "LucOO" An co n Canal Zon e Parai so H S ENGINEERING Page 94

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LEILA ANN LEON Lee Co l o n R d e P. C risrob.,1 H S. COMMERCI AL C HARLES LYEW C o l o n R d e P CriSto b a l H S LIBERAL ARTS CARMEN INEZ LOPE Z S a n Jua n Pue n o R ieo B a lbo a H S SECRETARIAL KENNETH W ALTER MACKENZIE New Y ork City NY. B a lboa H S LIBERAL ARTS LOUIS ANDREW MARCOLA Panama R. d e P. B a lbo a H S BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION KATHRYN LOUISE MA CCONNELL Kirty S a n Ang e lo, T e xas B a lbo a H S LIBERAL ARTS Pag' 95

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IRENE MARIE MICHAELIS Marilda Anco n Canal Zone Balboa H S. SECRETARIAL MARCIA MIGNOTT "Marcy" Colon, R d e P Rainbow Ciry H S. SECRETARIAL DALE EDWIN MELIN Lansing Mi C higan Balboa H S LIBERAL ARTS JUDITH ANN MEYERS Judy" An co n Canal Zone B a lbo a H S. C OMMER C IAL KENNETH ALBERT MOHL "Skeete r" Anco n Can a l Zone Balboa H S. ENGINEERING JAMES MURRAY MORGAN III J im" L os Ange les, Cal if o rni a Norre D a m e H S., Miss. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Page 96

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EILEEN ISABEL MORRIS Spokane Washington Balboa H S. SECRETARIAL JOAN MAURICE MORTON Bozeman, Montana WashinsconLee Va. LIBERAL ARTS SARAH LYNN PARSONS "Lynn" Colon, R. de P. Balboa H. S. LIBERAL ARTS CAROLYN LEE PECK "Lee" Colon R. de P. CristObal H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Page 97 BRENDA JOYCE MURRAY "Bren" New York Ciry, NY. CristObal H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION J ACQUEL YN ANN NELSON "J a ckie Atlanta Georgia Jennings H. S., Missouri LIBERAL ARTS

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JAMES KYLE PRICE F rog" P anama, R de P. B a lboa H. S LIBERAL ARTS S HARON RAY RAYMOND Ch e ri Bay Ciry, Michigan Balbo a H S. PRE-MEDICAL LEILA MAXINE ROBERSON L eo F .. Oglerh orpe, Georgia Balbo a H S. LIBERAL ARTS DONALD S ROGERS Page 98 Don Golo n R de P Balboa H S. ENGINEERING ELLEN ANNE RENNIE Anc o n Canal Zon e B a lbo a H S LIBERAL ARTS WILLIAM C. RIGBY Bill" Denver Colorado B a lbo a H S. LIBERAL ARTS

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DOUGLAS BRENT RO S E Dou g" Ch icago Illin o i s N o rth K a nsas City H S., M o. LIBERAL ARTS PATRICIA G ROSE "Pa t P a nama R d e P Balbo a H S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PATRICIA M ROGER S P a t Co rnw aIl On th e.Hudson NY. B a l boa H S LIBERAL ARTS PAUL EDWARD ROGERS "Paulo Tula re, Calif ornia Mountain Home H S., Idaho LIBERAL ARTS EILEEN ELIZABETH RUESS Y o ungstown Ohio Balb oa H S LIBERAL ARTS ALBERT FREDERlCK SCH\'(IALM B i g AI" Pan a ma, R. de P Balbo a H S PRE MEDICAL Page 99

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CAROLE JANE SEGARS LouisviUe, Kentucky N. B. Braughron H S., N.C. LIBERAL ARTS CAROLYN MAE SHARP "Cara" Colon R de P Balboa H S LIBERAL ARTS WILLIAM JOSEPH SHERIDAN III "Bill"" South Bend Indi ana Balboa H S LIBERAL ARTS DOROTHY MAY SHOUTS W orrhingcon, Minnesota W o rthingcon H S Page 100 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PATRICIA MARIE SHOUTS "Pac" WonhingtOn, Minnesota Balboa H. S. LIBERAL ARTS BETTY JOAN SMITH Be,," Laurel, Mississippi Balboa H.S. LIBERAL ARTS

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DIANA RAE SMITH D i" Lon g Beac h Ca lif ornia Cr isrob a l H S. SECRETARIAL D E LORES SP ARKS 'D eeDee" New Orleans, La. B a lboa H S. LIBERAL ARTS DELANO H STEWART D e l Ancon Can a l Zon e P ara i so H S LIBERAL ARTS LEWIS ARTHUR TABER L e w Co l o n R d e P C risrobal H. S ENGlNEERlNG SUSAN ADElINE THOMAS S ue New Y o rk C ity, N Y B a lboa H S LIB E RAL ARTS JAME S JOS EPH TILTON Jim Sio ux Ciry, ] owa B a lbo a H S LIB E RAL ARTS Page 101

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J E A N NE LUCILLE V O GEl Wash ingto n D C. B a lbo a H S. LIBERAL ARTS SARA ANN WALKER "Midge" Anco n C1n a l Zo n e Cortl and H S., New Y ork BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION C ATHERINE JEAN WATSON "Pudg i e Gunte rsville. Ala b a m a B a lbo a H S. LIBERAL ART S N A NC Y BELLE WEBSTER "Pugg" Co l o n R de P B a lboa H S. LIBERAL ART S Pa g e 102 ELOISE EARLE WARING "P e nni" Miami, Florida H ende rson ville H S., N C. LIBERAL ARTS

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CECI L WINSTON WILLIAMS "Willie" Ancon, Can a l Zone Paraiso H S. LIBERAL ARTS WILLIAM EDWARD WE!GLE III "Bill" Ancon Can a l Zon e Cristobal H S. LIBERAL ARTS EUGENE ALFRED WHITE "Ge ne" An co n Cana l Zone Balboa H S. ENGINEERING WILLIAM EDWARD W I LLIAMS "Bill" Pan ama, R d e P B a lboa H S LIB ERAL ARTS STANLEY RI CHARD W ILSO N "Sran P anama, R de P Balboa H S. LIBERAL ARTS Pa ge 103

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STUDENTS NOT PIC1lJRED LILLIAN ATHERLEY RAMON ANZOLA FERNANDO ARANGO THOMAS ARNOLD ASA BARLEY JACKIE BEDWELL MRS. JOSETTE BEHREND PHILIP CASAUS BERTIE CAZOBON JAMES COLE INEZ CONNOR MRS LENELL COUTEAU JULES DAMIANI JAMES DORAN NANCY FEGLEY DOUGLAS FULOP RANDOLPH GANGlE GERAlDINE GWYNNE JAMES HANNA JOHN HERN MRS. LORETTA HENDERSON BRYCE KIMBERLING VINCENT LOMBROIA WILLIAM LOWE DOUGLAS MACLEAN JOHN MCKENNA JOHN MCNALL MICHAEL NORTON MYRNA ORR JAMES PALUMBO KENNETH PEARL JOHN PETERSON C HARLES SCHOCH ANITA SCHWARTZMAN THOMAS SHEPPARD CHARLENE SHORE THOMAS SMITH MARY LYNNE STOAKlEY MRS LEANNA STODD RUSSELL STROMBERG HUGO TOMPKINS EDWARD WOMBLE One of the class meetings of {he rear concerned the import ant e l ect i o n s of freshman o ff ice rs.

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J i IlJIJl\ Smith thinks it -"'onte-tlme,. But having fUll i s hard when YOll (;,111' walk. You can't reach things. You ( : :tn't climb good Y o u c,m 't go where other kids go. 011. (;.111 pu s h yutlJ'se lf aro und th e hou se if you're lu c k y e nough t o h,\ ve .1 makeshift gnc;ut But h ow f .lI' e m YOII really GO when born with a d efec ti ve b o d y? J imm y's lou 10 think about th;}! ye t Bllt g row n -u p s should. They s h o uld kllow th a t medic;d sc i e nc.:c i s wor kin g harder t h an ever b t::fure t o build new l ives f u r thous;mds o f childre n born with seriuus birth defects. Tlw y s h ou ld know it is the goa l o f th e NEW \IARC H OF 01\IE5 to discove r why birth d efec t s happ e n in J o ut of 16 births, and to ke e p the m from happe nin g. That's a big joh. It will take know l edge, tr;lined hands, hard work and moncy th e sa m e ingredients that produced the polio vac ci n es. It tak es th e kind of help YOII give, w h e n yo u say "Yes" t o the NEW OF PLEASE SAY YES TO THE NEW MARCH OF DIMES BIRTH DEFECTS ARTHRITIS POLIO P'go 106 ________________________________________________________________________________

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EL RANCHO 23 Calle Geronimo 28 dela Ossa P anama Ci'Y Music by Lucho Munoz fiUs any visitOr with the spirit o f carnival. El Rancho is fiesea headquarters for Junior CoUege studeocs and all the young at heart. Courreous service, excellent music, and the friendliest atmosphere make EI Rancho the favorite nightspot for the Canal Zone and Panama alike. J oe Reynolds and Ir ene Michaelis catch the spirit of Lucho's talking o rgan w hich is an invitati o n to dance to everyone. L-________________________________________________________________________________ 107

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Page 108 BALBOA Espinosa Boulevard and Trans-Isthmian Highway !c's a cinch that Roz Field and Danny Jenkins aren't polishing those huge brass kettles at Balboa Brewery. As Mister Pardo, head brewmaster, exp lained co our students this one kettle holds approximately 1 ,300 gallons of beer an amount to rival anyone's idea of a swimming pool! BREWERY 28 3 Panama City Besides manufacruring Cervesa Balboa, the brewery has a g r ant from the Canada Dry Company to make several famous soft drinks. Balooa Brewery boasts the most modern methods of producing the worlds favorite beverages.

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DESTILADORA NACIONAL Trans-Isthmian Highway Co l onel Deerwester, the President of the Desriladora Nacional, interests Junior Col lege students, Susan Downing and Mary Smith, in promoting a new social club called Los Caballeros Avemureros. By donaring one dollar in support of this non profit social club, any person is e l igib l e [Q 28-3-\039 Panama Ciry win 6 % of the year's [Oral profirs in a final raffle. Membership cards are available at rhe Destiiadora Nacional. Los Caballeros Aventureros claims membership from Alaska to Argentina, bringing the Americas ever closer. Page 109

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PANAMA CEMENT HIGHEST QUALITY PORTLAND CEMENT Manufactured by CEMENTO PANAMA, S. A. Phone 3-7106 Panama P O B ox 1755 Boyd-Roose v elt Mile 3 0 Panama Cement Plant Page 110 ______________________ -'

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PANAMA, R. P. 3-2373 COLPAN MOTORS Apartado 1575 5-1625 ELECTRA S. A. P eggy M organ seems anxious to see whether Tom AshtOn will sign the check and buy thi s b eautiful Amana air conditioner. Electra is willing lO demonst r ate their Amana products because Amana is more than juSt a word; it is performa nce you can bank on performance b acked by crafts m a n ship The Amana products are blended together with card and "know how" that make the words Quality from Ama n a Pe ggy and T om say, h's so quiet and coo l that you know i t is an Ama na." Your Friendl y FORD Dealers "We are here when you buy it and we are here to service it." __________________________________________ Page III

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JUSTO AROSEM ENA A V ENUE Plan colors in seconds . apply in minutes. Enjoy for years! Automobile Row 5 -0220 FOR A VARIETY OF PAINTS CALL 5-1121 RODELAG S. A. This beautiful Fedders air conditioner is being given free by Radelag SA to the holder of r he lucky ticker srub Jim Price' is confidenc of winning, while Fay Babbock places their ticket in the drawi n g box. Rode l ag gulfaneees all their products a n d hand les a large line of appliances for mar k and home If you would like to win a beautiful Fed ders air conditioner like the one Fay and Jim are h opi ng for. drop in one day and visit Rodelag, S.A. in Panama. GLI DDEN PANAMA S A Page 112 ________________________________________________________________________ J

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AUTOMOBILE ROW 5-0370 Your distributors of CADILLAC PONTIAC VAUXHALL LLOYD RENAULT FOR YOUR FA VORITE S EE elVA, s. A. Viva Mejor ... Viva ELGAdamente! Visit Home of the best electrical appliances Via Espana -between 46 and 50 streets Box 4395 3 1650 L-___________ .:,:R::.., ..!,P,.:.' _____ ::..-.;.;;:..:.:.;:....-Pa g e 113

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51 PANAMA HILTON S E RV ING THE CROSSROADS OF THE WORL D CONCRETO, S A. 3-1660 JUNGLE JIM JAUNTS Guided tours to t h e ancient a n d intr i guing civilizadons of Panama's interio r a r e l ed by rhe world-famous J ungle Jim Mr James Price The tours to the San Bias I s l ands are made by bus chartered aircrafe, and f in ally b y boar History comes alive as o n e makes a colorf ul tou r wirh ''Jungle Jim," Carretera Transistmica 4-1288 Page 114 ________________________________

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-ABOU SAAD TEMPLE A. A. 0., N. M. S. 350 Tiv o li Avenue Compliments of NORTON. ULL Y 6. COMPANY. INC. Pacific Terminal Building Balboa. C. Z 2-1746 Compliments of BRENDA S FOR BEAUTY The fines t in Beauty Care for the Discriminating Woman Tivoli Guest Hou3e 2-3377 2 1609 FOR THE BEST IN CLO THING VISIT CAS A MOTTA Ave 10 N o 7 3 2-2671 _________________________________ Page 119

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1961 TEXACO ANTILLES LIMITED SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Apartado 155 Av e. C entral 2-2644 Complimen t s of NAT MENDEZ Jeweler Call e J 2-226 0 LA MAR MODES Cal l e J 2-6478 Ar t icles for Women. Men C hildre n and Home s at Moderate Prices P ag e 1 2 0 ________________________ -'

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Courtesy o f ZIG ZAG S. A. Central A venue EL PANAMA mLTON Hospitality in the Hilton Manner 2-341 8 1952 BEST WISHES T o The 1961 G r aduates THE CANAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE OUR MOTTO: 196] Pro gres s Through Education" For the morning news of up-t o -the-minute world events read STAR & HERALD "For the cause that lacks assistance: For the wrong that needs resistance: For the future in the distance And the good that I can do." Over 100 years of service to Panamanian and Canal Zone communities 2-0900 .L-_____________________________ P .g< 1 2 1

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Courtesy of COMPANIA DE CAJAS REGISTRADORAS NACIONAL DE PANAMA S A. Wholly owned subsidiary of the National Cash Register Co. Automobile Row 5-0946 Courtesy of MODAS ALDENS Central Avenue 2-0127 C ompliments of PINTURAS ISTMENAS, S. A. Avenida 1 2 2-3444 C ompliments of MERRILL, LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER, AND SMITH, INTERNACIONAL S A. Apartado 531 5 3-6625 Page 122 -__________ ..l.-____________ ---1

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See us for all your insurance requi rements travel plans LA INNOVACION Articles for the ladies and the house 84 Central Avenue 2-1427 Established 1909 Branch in EI Panama Hilt o n y BOYD BROS, INC. Courtesy of FILOS BEAUTY SHOP 2-0925 Panama Box 805 I Street 2 -3266 Panama Chinese and American Food SHOP FOR YOUR HOUSE HERE! HARRY CHAN RESTAURANT YMCA 2-2839 ROMI HANCOCK'S IT ALlAN FOOD 22-47 Central Ave 2-0899 Ave. 7 Central 2-1940 Page 123

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