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

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

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
Canal Zone Junior College.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with: 1936.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased with: 1972.
Issuing Body:
Student yearbook of the Canal Zone Junior College from 1936 to 1963, and the Canal Zone College from 1964 to 1972.
General Note:
Description based on: 1936; title from cover.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 1972.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Published By


The Annual Staff


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THAT


GRADI


THE


sees what lies ah<
logical eye of a 1
calm. From June'
of what is past, b
We have long had
and that January i
the heat of the Par
the tempo of livin
another season' s
sky is a steadier
seems to fall quie


This,


then, is the


time to view the p
end, as nebulous
ON OUR HORIZO!
its end product, a
We can snatch a q
ing imagination ol
graduation day we
lenge. .. .the cha


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DUALL


DEDICA


TED


.. Who has given the Junior College many years of devoted service,
founder of our chapters of Phi Theta Kappa and Delta Psi Omega,
English, Dramatics, Orientation, Speech, and American Literat


the Dean of Men,
and teacher of


U re.


..* Your interest in extra-curricular activities has encouraged us to participate in
and enjoy the varied and stimulating programs offered by the college. Your lead-
ership has, indeed, proved to be enlightening to many of us.


.. Your ability to make long lasting friendships


your most admired attributes,


with people of all ages is one of


and many of us will remember your friendly words


of cheer and pleasant smile.
.. .We feel that those students who will attend Junior College in the future will gra-


duate with one deficiency


- the privilege of having known Mr.


Turbyfill.


Mr


Subert


Turbyfill









































Mr


Kenneth


Vinton


.. Who has been one of the charter members of our Junior College faculty,


head of its science department,


as well as a recognized authority on tropi-


cal science.

.. .Your many and varied articles have been a great factor in promoting the
name of Canal Zone Junior College and bringing it to the fore in intellec-
tual societies and education circles.


. Your personal interest in each student and giving of "self" has been an in-
spiration to the many students who have passed under your influence.


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CN URITI i I


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HORIZONS-- Beyond the horizon awaits the promises
of CENTURY 21. We now take time to study ourselves,
introspectively, abysmally... As we look back we ask
ourselves--WHY ARE WE HERE? We are here be-
cause of the universal aspects of this institution. Uni-


versal in the vast range of subjects it
And, in another sense it is universal.


offers for study
The student can


TABLE


OF


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develop himself into the well-rounded individual-"THE
UNIVERSAL MAN"- prepared to meet the hard chal-
lenge of tomorrow's world.


That, in a few words,


is the main purpose


of our sojourn here. As individuals we have a mind of


our own.


Within that personality we find a zest for


learning, a zeal to explore new horizons.
Pliant to the needs of the individual stu-
dent, the Canal Zone Junior College's first thought
is of the student it accepts and how he may be best
equipped to go forth from the campus of today into
the tomorrow of the SPACE AGE.


Dedication ..


Faculty

School


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. S S 0 6 0 S . S S 0 0 S S I


Activities


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Clubs. .

Sports


Hall


0 * . . . . . . . . 5 9


of Fame.


Sophomores .


. . 82


* 5 9 9 0 5 0 0 9 5 5 95


Freshmen . . . . . . . . . I

Advertising. . . . . . . . I






































Dean Latimer welcomes Mr.


Thatcher while Mr. Esser looks on.


Mr. Thatcher receives a yearbook.











































Mr. Vosburgh's U


History


Class


listens to the words


of Mr.


Thatcher on the subject of our American Heritage.


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1962-1963


tean of Women

The year of the bridge! That


thrilling arch etched against the blue Pacific


sky and ocean quickens our heart.


That gleam-


ing track spanning the canal hastens our excur-


sions to the interior of Panama,


and could lure


us to journey to other countries far away. I1
this structure made of steel but resembling


lace,


strength is wedded to grace,


poetry to


power.
As beauty and usefulness join in the bridge,
so may they in the careers of the members of


the Class of 1963


DR. DOROTHY MOODY


As this ethereal-seeming


yet mighty span lifts our spirits, gives us a
soaring sense of space and freedom, and
speeds us safely over a void where before there
was no easy crossing, so, we hope, the Canal
Zone Junior College has firmly bridged for you
the expanse between high and college in the


United State


s, or whatever is waiting on the


other


side


More than that,


may your time in


CZJC be a strong link in the road over the gulf
which lies between your youth and the life--we
hope it is a rich one!--that even now may be
beckoning to you from the remote horizon.


Dean


Men


Some years ago a little girl in the grade
school had to write a theme on a famous man.


MR. SUBERT TURBYFILL


Her paper read something like this.


was a famous man.


He went about


good advice. They poisoned him.
the fact that you may poison me,


"Socrates


It giving people
" In spite of
I want to give


you some advice.
Make your own decisions. Base them on
facts that you have discovered, on conclusions
drawn from the opinions of people whom you re-


spect and admire,


on observations that you your-


self have made after long consideration,


on all


of the many things which affect you. But make
your own decisions!
The more you have learned in school and


out of school,


the more you have learned from












































Dean


's Messa


THE BEST OF YEARS


Any academic year has


"ups and downs"


- whether for students or teachers- but


I feel that this has been predominantly a year of "ups


" at Canal Zone Colle


Building upon the foundation of sound scholarship bequeathed by Dean Roger C.


Hackett upon his retirement last year,


and with the assistance of the outstanding


faculty he left behind,


achievement,


I feel that


in school participal


we all have moved constantly upward in academic
tion, and in a feeling of togetherness of educational


mlSsion.


The tangible achievements


- a big enrollment increase,


expansion in course


offerings,


addition of the third year,


new name,


and progress in construction of


the new "campus"


- all are made possible by the support of the students for their


College.
Tn toncr ndrtain nnd mrnnvino pl owhern rp


I wich Cand=need: to those remaining.






FACULTY


CHARLES R. BOWEN
Logan, Ohio
HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
B. S., Baldwin Wallace College
M.S., Ohio State University


SHEPA RD


CLARK


Elmira Heights, New York
COMMERCIAL
B.S., New York University


M.S.


New


York University


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MA RGA RET M. GA TELY

Boston, Massachusetts

BIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY


A.B.


, Emmanuel College


M. S., Boston College


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ROCHELLEH. HEAD
Orlando, Florida
OFFICE SECRETARY
A.A., Canal Zone Junior College


JAMES H. JOHNSON
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
LANGUAGES
A.B., University of North Carolina
M.A., University of North Carolina
Ph.D., University of North Carolina


















MRS. MARY B. J
Cedar Falls, Iowa
COMMERCIAL
State College of I
B.S. in Comm. E
New York Univers
M.A. in Business


OURNEAY


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ity
Ed.


DR. KENNETH E. LAKE
Topeka, Kansas
MATHEMATICS
Washburn University A.B.
University of Kansas
M.A., Ph. D.


















DOROTHY MOODY
Lenexa, Kansas
DEAN OF WOMEN
ENGLISH
M.A., Yale University
B. A., University of Kansas
Ph. D., Yale University






































DONALD E. MUSSEMAN
Hindale, Illinois
DRAMA
B. S. Eastern Illinois
M. A., University of Chicago




















DEWITT E. MYERS
Sayre, Pennsylvania
PHYSICAL SCIENCES


B.A.,


Valley City State Teach-


ers College; M.
State Universtiy


; Washington


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SUBERT TURBYFILL
Norman, Oklahoma
SPEECH, ENGLISH AND PHILOS-


OPHY


; B.F.A.,


University of


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


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KENNETH W. VINTON
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
PHYSICAL SCIENCES
A.B., Ripon College
A. M., Columbia University


CLARENCE R.


VOS BURGN


SOCIAL STUDIES, ENGLISH
B.S., Hamilton College
M.A., Columbia U.






ATHLETICS












MR. MORRIS FINKLESTEIN
PHYSICAL EDUCATION


Charleston,


S.C.


Newberry College B.S.
GEORGE PEABODY
College for Teachers, M.A.


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MISS PATRICIA A. LEHMAN
Aurora, Illinois
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Northwest Missouri State
College, B.S.
Northwest.Missouri State
College, M.S.


















Jamboree Kids accept trophy.


Are you sure


we got the right


one?






































Finklestien's Follies


in review at annual


Jamboree


. ..because it's my ball, that's why





























Shades of Grandma Herr!


Jam at Jammed Jamboree
































Rainy season downpour dampens field but not determination at the annual Palm Bowl game.



















Mr. Herr and his boys blast out a jazzy version of the Junior College fight song.




































Freshmen students mix with Sophomore "Beats".













Harmonious Vibrations with Rhythm and Words.





BLAST AT BEATNIK DANCE


Beatnick Queen Pat Egger with cool maidens. LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Kalb, P. Egger,
Johnston, J. Adams, J. Davies.


How Low Can You Go ?



















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"Do you think I might be able to grow one too?





BEARDED BEATS VIE FOR PRIZE




Beat Daddy Ron Winborne and ensemble. LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Marcum, A. Carrol, J. Bate-


man.


I. Anderson, and R. Winborne.


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SPLISH!

SPLASH!


PARTY!


London bridge is falling down...


Hawk-A-A-A-A-Ah!


"Everyone had fun. "


























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SPLASH!






SPLASH!


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You got


wrong


place, Ed!


All right,


who's


the wise guy?


WATER


FOOD


and DRINK!


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XMAS


ROYALTY


Jackie Ashton


Ann Kalb


Bev Bowman,


Queen


Drew DePiper


Carol


Kimsey






TRA


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Queen and her escort lead couples


in the


coronation waltz.


<


special






QUEEN


OF


HEARTS,


RUBY


Ruby Bacot,


Queen


Princess,


L. Luddy


Princess,


B, Schroeder


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JAMBOREE


QUEEN,


1962


Sandy Salonick



















Director,


Mr. Musselman (STANDING)


conducts


PRESTO!


outs for


a play.


Mr. Musselman


demonstrates


how to die (or


it an ulcer?).


STAGE



PRODUCTIONS

Three dramas have been produced by the


C z.J
Pirate
lady,
MUDO


.C. this


year.


The first play


with Carol Kimsey as


MANUELA,


was


"The


the leading


Eddie Conn as ESTRA-


and Eddie Eddleman


Shakespeare's
unusual production,


as SERAFIN


'Romeo and Juliet"


was


as the leading role of


JULIET


was


played by Carol Kimsey and


Drucilla DePiper on alternate nights.
Burda played the role of ROMEO.


Rudy


"Little Mary Sunshine


formance of the year


was


was


the last per-


a satirical


musical,
C.z.J.c


the first of its kind ever put on by
Sandra Salonick played LITTLE


MARY


, and R


onald Lewi


s, CAPTAIN JIM.


The director


saws well.


"The Rehearsal"






"THE



PIRATE"


BEHRMAN


LEAD ROLES


LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol


Kimsey,


Ed Conn,


Eddie Eddleman.


"Snake


"Watch out for dat!" "The Band"

-eyes! You lose!" "The Stage"




ROMEOO AND JULIET"


Juliet (Drew DePiper) 'sleeps.


Juliet (Carol Kimsey) paints.


Romeo (Rudy Burda) slays Paris (Sergio Kowalchik).








"LITTLE MARY


SUNSHINE"
by RICK BESOYAN


Little Mary (Sandy Salonick) is greeted by Rangers.


Capt. Jim (Ron Lewis) inspects
Rangers.


























The Junior


Colle


cheerleaders


pose in their "day


dresses"


FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:


Schroeder,


Sue Simpson,
Ann Kalb.


Pat Egger,


Bev Bowman, Ellen Wilson, J


ackie Ashton, Shirley Bonneau


MISSING:


GREEN


AND


WHITE


WEARERS-


KEEP


SPIRITS


BOUNCING


Abounding with energy and radiating contagious smiles,


the J.


cheerle


aders


boosted student enthusiasm and participatoin during many athletic


events.


This


small group planned many activities,


pep rallies,


motorcades,


and decoration meet-


ings,


thus adding


color and volume to many extra-curricular


activ itie


Cheerleaders demonstrate their skill at


"pigskin"


tactics.


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PEP


MAKERS


LEAD


CROWDS


AT


GA


Jackie


Ashton,


years


Bec Schroeder,


one year


Bev Bowman, Captain


years


Ann Kalb,


two years


Pat Egger,


years


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ORGANIZATIONS


AND


SOCIETIEf


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Darleen Powell


Julee Floyd


- Vice President


Marsha Woodruff Secretary


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- President





























Patricia Egger


FRONT ROW


- Cast Director


LEFT TO RIGHT:


Maria Izquierdo,


David Jenkins


- Stage Manager


Ann Kalb, Patricia Egger, Carol Kimsey, Sandra


Sheffield, Frank Smith, Sandra Salonick, Mary Drennan, David Jenkins, Eugene Pugh, Eddie Eddle-












0
et"


Frank


Smith


- Business Manager


Mr. Turbyfill


- Sponsor


Competitors for roles


in "Romeo


and Juliet" heed the


words of Mr.


Musselman


, the co-spon-


sor of Delta Psi Omega, a


he reiterates,


"Keep in character!"


Delta Psi Omega is the national honorary dramatics
women of the junior colleges of the United States. The I
Zone Junior College was established in 1942. Subert Tu
sponsor since the founding of the fraternity. For the pa


fraternity for the men and
Panama Canal Cast of the Canal
rbyfill has been the faculty


st year,


Donald Musselman


has been the co-sponsor,


College.


and he also directed theatre productions given by the Junior


The purpose of this fraternity is to stimulate a better interest in the drama


tic activities of the college


Moreover,


membership in this society is a reward to


students for participating in the plays staged by the Junior College.


bers participated in lead roles in


"The Pirate,


n- .- -tt 1 I i-


" "Romeo and Juliet,


This year's mem-
' and "Little Mary


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Julee Floyd,


President


Marcia Woodruff, Secretary


James Manning,


Treasurer


Mike Mabry


Vice President


Miss Gately, Sponsor


Members of the society speak with Mr. Bach after his
showing of underwater films. LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Floyd,


Mr. Bach, O. Roos, and M.


Woodruff.





GUEST


SPEAKERS


BIO-


SOc


MEETING


"To promote an ardent interest in the minds of fledgling scie
areas of the Biological Sciences" is the purpose of the Biological
This large organization was sponsored by Miss Gately, the s


ntists in the various


iety.


science instructor.


Because of her varied experience in work of this type,


the club officers,


Miss Gately,


has arranged many memorable programs.


with the help of


The members enjoyed


lectures and movies during the first semester.


There were also field trips in which


the members obtained first-hand glimpses of the flora and fauna of this tropical
paradise.
In a program of a lecture and a movie presented by John Boch and Oscar Roos,
some of the more modern facets of the biological sciences were revealed to the mem-


bers.


Procedures and qualifications for X-ray technology were introduced and ex-


plained by Dr.


Douglas in a lecture illustrated by a movie.


Commander A


Pipkin


of the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory informed the club concerning tropical parasites.


All in all the year


was


a successful and enjoyable one


Mike Mabry,


Vice


President of the club, halts for a


picture during a field excursion


Commander Pipkin and students chatting after
biological lecture.




Iff E


Editor-in-chief, Ann Kalb


Associate


Editor, Pat


Egger;


Business Manager, Bev


Bowman, Missing.


One of many interesting shots taken by
Scott Wellman, chief photographer.


Sports Editor, Ed Idol


HURRY-






















Dr. Dorothy Moody, Adviser


Members of the staff direct a female student in passing
through the hallways for an informal picture.


SCURRY


-FLURRY


Working under pressure to meet their three forty-page deadlines,


the staff aimed


at presenting the student body with a fine record of academic achievement and extra -


curricular activities.


The small but competent staff proved to be a closely-knit


and hard-working group. Methods of journalism and some creative writing techniques
were studied throughout the year and staff members participated in varied and in-
teresting activities pertaining to journalism and yearbook construction. After the com-
pletion of the last few pages the third deadline copy was sent to the printers and for
the first time the staff relaxed.


It was the sincere desire of the


1963 staff to present properly the ever-growing


and ever-changing aspects of the Canal Zone Junior College.


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Editor-in-chief, Sandy Sheffield


WORKERS



Assistant Editor, Stan Berg


EXECUTE


TASK- WORK


IN


Business Manager, Shiela McKiernan


Staff Advisor, Dr. Mo
S. Swinehart, S. Berg
Roos, S. Salonick, C
J. Lorenzo, B. Fussel,
Sheffield.


CULTURAL


The Tropical C(


iody and staff membe


, S. McKiernan, O.
. O'Donnell, R. Jone
N. Benson, and S.


AIR


ollegian is tt


by the students and distributed
to present original literary acc
location.


The "TC"


was published fiv


several creative artists at its b
and illustrations used throughout
readers.


A Serenade
By Stanley Ber
Oh, goodby to the towns and c
Where I miss integrity;
I'll be back to a big and bette
For the mountains beckon t

Back to the far-flung valleys
Where the air's so fresh an
Back where my heart is happy
Up in the high country!


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Mr. Charles Bowen, Advisor to the


S. A.,


checks over minutes of the last


meeting.


"Beatnik Blast"


was one c


tion.


President Stan Swinehart congratulates Archie
Carroll at the September elections.


The Student Association Executive Council meets


weekly to provide interesting


and varied extra-curricular activities for members of the Student Association. Thi
year's council voted to arrange a trip to Cartagena, Colombia, for members of the
association wishing to spend their Easter holidays in a novel, if not educating way.
This trip was highly successful and brought about many new and lasting friendships


One of the many sports events financed with the help of the


S. A.


S. A. Office
TO RIGHT:
Bowman, C.


FROM LEFT


A. Carrol, B.
. Kimsey, S.


Swinehart.
Secretary,


Vice President,
Treasurer, and


President respectively


























Chorus members pause for a moment during the much appreciated Christmas
Victor Herr, director, stands on far right.


Chora


presentation.


NEW


C.


CHORUS


This lively group made its first appearance of


the school year at the formal inauguration


cere-


monies commemorating the completion of the


Thatcher Ferry Bridge, on October 12,


1962.


At the Christmas assembly the chorus pre-
sented a short but much appreciated medley of
traditional and contemporary Christmas songs.


Under the direction of Mr.


Victor Herr, this


group proved to be a much needed addition to the
college.





AN-AMERICAN


CLUB


PROMOTES


UNDERSTANDING


The main purpose


of the Pan-American Club is to acquaint students with the vari-


ous cultures of the countries of the Americas.


With this purpose in mind the mem-


bers meet together to speak in Spanish about their experiences and observations


while visiting in Latin-American countries. Pictures,


throughout the year.


slides,


and movies were shown


Those countries discussed extensively were Panama,


Peru


Mexico,


Ecuador,


Puerto Rico and Costa Rica,


among others.


At Christmas time the members invited their friends
from Panama to the Pan-American Club party held at


President Darleen Powell's house.


There was a choice


of Latin American and North American foods.
One of the most interesting meetings was that at


which General Maximiliano Del Valle Huerta


can Military


dor,


Venezue


Attache to Panama
la, and Colombia,


, the Canal Zor


the Mexi-
le, Ecua-


spoke to the club mem-


bers.


Also,


during the year the members attended various


cultural events in Panama.


Pres. Darlene Powell


General


Maximiliano Del Valle


is introduced by D. Powell.


1st Sec. M. Izquierdo


2nd Sec. K. Anderson




SPORTS





















THE GREE

FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Leon,


EN


DEVILS


A. Carroll, B.


Meyers,


T. Mallia, R.


Scheidegg, C.


Cross, J. Marcumn, R. Field, J. Coffin, B. Washburn, E. Idol. SECOND ROW: D. Jenkins, J.


Goff, K. Anderson,


G. Frauenheim, J. Barnes,


G. Nordstrom, B. Noble, J. Turner, B.


Bowen,


Kowalchik, Coach Finkestein. TOP ROW: D. Ramsey, B.


mirati, F. Chase, J. DeVore,


K. Price, J. Parker, J. Hare,


McConaughey,


Coach


G. Thompson, F.


Roberts.


The SCOREBOARD


Jamboree
B.H.S.
A.C.
C.H.S.


WINS

1st
19- 7
26- 6


B. H.S.


C.H.S.
Palm Bowl


19-13


Am-


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Soph.


Team


Capts.


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Backs


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Jeff Leon sidesteps the


enemy.


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C.'s human wall holds B.H.S. to a no gain.


J.C. defeats C.H.S. 25-0.


J. Hare brings down a mighty
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K. Anderson gets them before they can


Mallia, the team'


The Devils tear through B.H


for the kill.


Meyers (75) and Idol (52)


converge on the enemy.


but down.
































BASEBALL


TEAM


KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: W


Engelke, C. McFadden, F.


Chase, B. Bowen. STANDING: Coach


Finklestein,


K. Anderson, L.


Sanchez, F. Ammirati, B. Lutz,


C. Schwarzrock,


G. Frauenheim, A.


Carroll, J. Leon.


SCOREBOARD


J.C.
B.H.


C.H.S.
B.H. S.


G. Frauenheim, P


C.H


B.H.


C.H.S.
J.C.
B.H.S.


INTERSCHOLASTIC
2nd PLACE


C.H
J.C.


C. Schwarzrock, P-3B
































K. Anderson, 1B


FJ. Leon,
J. Leon, C


Chase


2-3B


C. McFadden, SS


B. Bowen, 2-3B


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L. Sanchez, LF


B. Lutz, P-1B


A. Carroll, LF


F. Ammirati


W. Engelke, CF


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They're off!


S. Rowley, R.


Winborn,


"SEA


O. Meli.


DEVILS"'


Sam plows through the water.


THE






























Winborn


D. Meli


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S. Wellman


J. Manning


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LA 469.5 .c3c6 ref. ARCHIVES RESERVE THE CONQUISTADOR 63 DATE DUE L .. :ttE CGLLt.GE. SRl\R'{"

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Published By The Annual Staff liege oa Heights Canal Zone Faculty Advisor, Dr. Dorothy Moody

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Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/conquistador1963cana

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THATCHER FERRY BRIDGE. Uniting the Americas GRADUATION DAY. The student's last bridge spanning the gap between preparation for life and life it s elf THE EYE OF JUNE. sees what lies ahead. The chronological eye of June, like the meteorological eye of a hurricane, surveys the turbulence from an island of calm. From June's vantage point we get an unexcelled view, not only of what is past, but also a presentiment of what lies ahead. W e have long had the feeling that the new year really begins in June, and that J anuary is little more than a typographica I inconvenience in the heat of the Panamanian dry season. P erhaps that is because in J une the tempo of livin g s low s almost to a halt. Nature has consolidated another season's acti vities and appears to await new directions. The sky is a s teadier blue, the leaves a more even green; the very air seems to fall quiet--and suddenly you can hear yourself think. This, then, i s the threshold of our new year our new horizon, a time to view the prospects before us, as near as the school year' s end, as nebulous as sometime-in-the-future. WHAT'S TO BE SEEN ON OUR HORI ZON? First, we preview a marvelous new space age, its e nd product, a better world for us to live in and work together. W e can snatch a quick glimpse of the next century through the soaring imaginati on of Seattle's exciting World Fair. And .... on this graduation day we can take an appraising look at that perennial chal-l enge ... .. the challenge of the future . .... .... CENTURY 21!

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D UALLY DEDICATED. .. Who has given the Junior College many years of devoted service, the Dean of Men, founder of ou r chapters of Phi Theta Kappa and D elta Psi Omega, a nd teach e r of English, Dramatics, Orientation, Speech, a nd American Literature. .. Your inte rest in extra-curricular acti vities has e ncouraged u s to participate in and e njoy the varied a nd stimulating programs offered b y the college. Your leade rship has, indeed, prove d to be enlightening to m a ny of u s .. Your ability to make long lasting friendships with peopl e of all ages is o n e of your most admired attributes, a nd m a n y of u s will r e m ember your frie ndly words of c heer and pleasant smile. .. We feel t hat t hose stude nt s who will attend Junior College in th e future will graduate with one d eficiency the privilege of having known Mr. Turbyfill. Mr. Subert Turbyfill

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Mr. Kenneth W Vinton . Who has been o n e of the c h arte r mem be r s of our Junlor Co llege facul ty, the head o f its sci e nce d e p artment, as well as a recognized a uth ority on t ropical sci e nce. .. Y our m a n y a nd varie d articles have been a g reat fact o r in promoting the n a m e o f Can a l Zon e Junio r College a n d bring ing i t t o the fore in intellectu a l soci eties and e ducatio n circles. .. Y our pe rson a l i n t e rest in each s tuden t a n d giv in g of "self" has been an inspiratio n t o the m a n y s tud ents w h o have passed und e r your i nflue nce. .. Everyo n e w h o has r ead "The Jungl e Whi s p e rs" can feel the true dedication to your select e d professi on. .. W e hop e your interest in the I sthmus a n d this college will keep this from becoming a perma n ent f a rewell. 5

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CENTURY 21 HORIZONS--Beyond th e h orizon awaits th e promises o f CE NWRY 21. W e n ow t a k e time t o s tudy ourselves. introspectiv ely. a by s m a lly ... A s we l oo k b ack w e a s k ourselves--WHY A RE WE HERE ? W e a r e h e r e because o f th e uni ve rsal aspects of thi s institution. Uni ve r sa I in th e vast r a n ge of s ubj ects it off e r s for study. And. in a n o th e r sense it i s uni ve rsal. The s tud e nt can devel o p himself int o th e wellr o und e d individu a l -"THE U NIVE RSAL MAN -pre p a r e d t o meet th e h ard c h a l l e n ge of t o m orrow' s world. Tha t in a few words. i s th e m a in purpose o f our soj ourn h e r e As indi v idu a l s we have a mind o f our ow n. W i t h in that p e rson ality we find a zest f o r learning. a zeal to exp lo r e new h orizon s Pli a n t to th e need s of th e indi v idu a l s tu d e nt t h e Calla I Zon e Juni o r College's firs t th o u ght i s of th e it accepts and h ow h e m ay b e best e quipp e d t o go f orth fro m th e campu s o f t o day int o th e to m orrow o [ th e S P ACE AGE. Dedication Faculty . . . . School Activities. Clubs Sports ..... Hall of Fame. Sophomores Freshmen . Advertising . ..... . 4 10 .20 42 .59 .82 95 109 127 6 TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Dean Latimer welcomes Mr. Thatcher while Mr. Esser looks on Mr. Thatche r receives a yearbook.

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Mr. Vosburgh's U.S. Histor y Class listens t o the wo r ds of Mr Thatcher on the subject of our American Heritage. T h e J.C. C h orus, directed by Mr. Herr sings for the community on Bridge Inauguration Day. 9

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DR DOROTHY MOO D Y Dean of Women 1 962 -1963. The year of the bridge! That thrilling a r c h etch e d against the blue Pacific sky and ocean qu ickens our heart. That g leam in g track s p anning the canal hastens ou r excursions to the interio r of P anama, and could lure u s to journey to other countries far away. In this structure m a d e of s teel but resembling lace, strength i s we dd e d to grace, poetry to power. As beauty a nd usefulness j oin in the bridge, so may they in th e careers of the members of the Class o f 1 9 6 3 As this ethe real-seeming yet mighty span lifts our spirits, g ives u s a soaring sense of s pace a nd freedom, and s peeds u s saf ely over a void wh e r e before there was no easy crossing, so, we hope, the Canal Zon e Junior College has firmly bridged for yo u th e exp a nse between high a nd college in the Unite d St a tes, or whatever i s waiting on the other s id e More than that, may your time in C Z JC be a stro n g link in the road over the gulf which lies between your youth and the life --we hop e it i s a ric h o n e! --that even now may be beckoning to you from the r emote horizon. Dean of Men Some year s ago a little girl in the grade school had to write a th e m e o n a famous m an. H e r paper read something like this. "Socra tes was a famous man. H e went about givin g peopl e goo d advice. They poison e d him. In spite of the fact that yo u may poison me, I want to give you some advice. Make you r own decisions. Base the m on facts that you hav e discovered, on conclus i o n s drawn from t h e opinions of people whom you respect a nd admire, o n o bservations that yo u yourself have made after l o n g consid e r ation, on all of the many things which affect you. But make your own decisions! The more you hav e learne d in scho o l and out of school, the more you have learne d from observation, a nd exp erie nce, a nd reading, and trial-and-error, and even study in college, the better your decisi o n s will be. Do make your own decisions! 10 MR. SUllERT TURBYFILL

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D ean's Message THE BEST O F YEA R S Any acad emic year has "ups a n d d ow n s -w h e th e r fo r stude nt s o r teache rs-but I feel t h a t t h i s has been pre domin a ntly a year o f "ups a t Can a l Zon e College. Buildin g upo n th e f o und atio n of sound sch o l a r ship be queath e d b y Dean Roger C Hackett upo n hi s r etire m e n t last year a nd w ith th e assi s t a nce o f the outs t a ndin g faculty he left behind, I feel tha t we a ll have moved con s t antly upwa r d in acad emic achievem ent, in sch oo l parti c ip ation, and in a fee lin g of togeth erness of educational missi o n. The t a n g ible achievements -a b i g e nrollme nt in c rease, expansi on i n course o ff erings, additio n o f the third year new n a me, a nd progress i n construct io n of the new "campus" -all a r e m a d e possible by the support o f the stud e nts for th eir C o llege. T o those g r a du ating a nd moving e lsewh e re, I w i s h God s peed; to t hose remai n ing, l ook lom,ro 0 "o'h" Y. of ,oopeml w .llo" d JJ C H A RLES L. LATIMER Dean

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FACULTY SHEPARD S. CLARK Elmira He i ghts, New York COMMERCIAL B. S New Y ork University M S . New Y ork Uni versity CHA RLES R. BOWEN Logan, Ohio HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES B.S., B a ldwin Wallace College M. S., Ohio State University

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FRANCIS W. GURNEY Blue Mountain, Mississippi MUS I C B M. I Mississippi Southern College M. M. I University of Michigan MARGARET M GATELY B os t o n Massa chu s etts BIOLOGY A N D PSYCHOLOGY A B Emm anuel C olleg e M.S., B osto n C olleg e

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JAMES H J OHNSON \Vinston-Salem, North Car o l ina LA. G UAGES A S Unive r s it y of No rt h C a r olina Vt. A., Unive r s it y o f Nort h C arolina Ph. D., Unive r s it y of N'orth Ca r olina ROCHELLE H HEAD Orl a ndo Florid a OFFICE SECRETARY A .A., C a n a l Z o n e Juni o r College

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MRS. MARYS. JOURNEAY Cedar F alls, I owa COMMERCIAL State College of Iowa B.S i n Camm. Ed. New Yor k Unive r s it y M A. in Business Ed. DR. KENNETH E LAKE Topeka, K a n sas MA THEMA TICS Washburn University A B. Unive r sity of Kansas M.A., Ph. D.

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DOROTHY MOODY Lenexa, Kansa s DEAN OF WOMEN ENGLISH M.A., Yale Umversity B. A. I University of Kansas Ph. D. I Yale Univers ity DONALD E. MUSSEMAN Hindale, Illinois DRAMA B. S., Eastern Illinois M A University of Chicago

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SUBER T TURBYFILL Norman, Oklahoma SPEECH, ENGLISH A ND PHILOSOPHYj B. F. A I University o f Oklahoma; B. A., University o f Oklahomaj M. A. University o f Oklahoma DEWITT E. MYERS Sayre, Pennsylvania PHYSICAL SCIENCES B.A., Valley City State Teachers CoUege; M. A. j Washington State Universtiy

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CLARE CE R VOSBURGN SOCIAL STUDIES ENGLISH B .S., Hamilton College M A Columbia U. KENNETH W. VINTON Fond du Lac, W isconsin PHYS ICAL SCIENCES A. B., Ripon College A. M., Colwnbia Univ ers i ty

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ATHLETICS MR. MORRIS FI N KLESTEIN PHYS I CAL EDUC ATIO N Ch arles ton S.C. New b erry College B .S. GEORGE PEABOD Y College fo r Teach e r s, M. A. MISS PA T R I CIA A LEHMAN Aurora, illinoi s PHYS I CAL E DUCATION Northwest M i sso uri Sta t e C ollege, 8 S N orthwest. M i sso uri S t a t e C ollege, M .S.

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'62 JAMBOREE HIGHLIGHTED BY PARADE AND PAGEANTRY ..... 20 21

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Jamboree Ki ds accept troph y Are you su r e we go t the right one?

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Finklest i e n s F ollies in review a t annual Jamboree . becau se i t's my ball, tha t's why!

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S hades o f Grandm a H err! Jam a t Jammed J a mboree

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Rainy season downpour dampens fieM but not determination at the annual Palm Bowl game. Mr. H err and his boys blas t out a jazzy version of the Junio r College fight song

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Freshmen students mix with Sophomore "Beats". H armonious Vibrations with Rhythm and Words

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BLAST AT BEATNIK DANCE Beatnick Queen Pat Egger with cool maidens. LEFT TO R IGHT: A. Kalb, P. Egger, C. Johnston, J Adams, J Davies. How Low Can You Go?

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1100 you think I might b e able t o grow one too? BEARDED BEATS VIE FOR PRIZE Beat Daddy Ron Winborne and ensemble. LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Marcum, A. C a rrol J Bateman. 1 Anderson, and R. Winborne. I j

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SPLISH! SPLASH! PARTY! 1_______ 1 __ -.---... 1 __ London bridge i s falling down . Ha wk-A-A -A -A-Ah! "Everyone had fun. II

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SPLASH! SPLISH! You got the wrong place, Ed! WATER, FOO D and DRINK

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Jacki e Ashton Drew D ePipe r XMAS ROYALTY B e v Bowman, Queen Ann Kalb C a rol Kimsey

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BALMY TRADE WINDs-IERALD TROPICAL XMAS SEASON Queen and her escort lead couples in the special coron ation waltz. Master of ceremonies Ed Idol surprises Beverly Bowman with crown. Members of h e r court and escorts from LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Kalb, Gwmar Bennet; Ed Idol, Bev Bowman, Frank Ammaratij Jacki e Ashton, Rolando Winbergj Carol Kimsey, Tom Collins; Stan Swinehart, S.A. President. Queen Beverly I and her escort Frank Ama rati pose for Conquistador cameraman.

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QUEEN OF HEARTS, RUBY I Ruby Bacot, Queen Princess, L. Ludd y Pri.nc ess, B. Schroeder

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JAMBOREE QUEEN, 1962 Sandy Salonick 35

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Director, Mr. Musse lman (STANDING) conduct s tryouts for a pia y STAGE PRODUCTIONS Three dramas have been produced by the C Z.J. C. this year. The first play was "Th e Pirate" with Carol Kimsey as th e leading lady, MANUELA, Eddi e Conn as ESTRA MUDO, and Eddi e Edd leman as SE R AFIN. Shakespeare' s "Romeo a nd Juliet" was a n unusual production, as the leading role of JULIET was played by Carol Kimsey and Drucilla DePiper on alternate nights. Rud y Burda played the role of ROMEO. "Little Mary Sunshine" was the last performance of the year. It was a satirical musical, the first of its kind ever put on by C. Z.J. C. Sandra Salonick played LITTLE MARY, and Ronald Lewis, CAPTAIN JIM. "The Rehearsal" PRESTO! lv1.r. Musselman demonstrates how to die (or i s it an ulcer?). T he director saws well.

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PIRATE" BY S N. BEHRMAN "Watch out for dat!" "Snake-eyes! You lose! II LEAD ROLES, LEFT TO R IGHT: Carol Kimsey, Ed Conn, and Eddie Eddleman. liTh e Band" liThe Stage'l

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UROMEO AND JULIET" Juliet (Drew DePiper) s leeps. I Little Mary (Sandy Salonick) i s greeted by R ange r s 38 Juliet (Carol Kimsey) paints. Romeo (Rudy Burd a ) s lays P aris (Sergio Ko walchik). ULITTLE MARY SUNSHINE" by RICK BESOYAN Capt. Jim (Ron Lewi s ) inspects R angers.

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The Juni o r C o llege cheerleaders pose in their "day dresses ". FROM LEFT T O RIGHT: Bev Schroeder Sue Simpson, Pat Egger, Bev Bowman, Ellen Wilson Jackie Ashton, Shirley Bonneau. MISSlNG : Ann K a l b GREEN AND WHITE WEARERSKEEP SPIRITS BOUNCING Abo und i n g with e nergy a nd r adiating contagi o u s smiles, t h e J C c heerlead e r s boost e d student e nthu s iasm a nd p a rticipa t o in du r i n g man y a t h letic events. T hi s s m all g r o up pl a nn e d m a n y act ivities, p e p r allies, motorcades, a nd decorati o n meet ings, t hu s adding col o r a nd volume t o many extra -curric ul a r activ ities. Cheerleaders demonstra t e their skill a t "pigskin tactics.

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Bev Bowman, Captain two years Arm Kalb, two yea r s PEP MAKERS LEAD CROWDS AT GAMES Jacki e A shtpn, two year s Bec Schroeder one year P a t E gge r t wo year s Shirley Bonneau, one year 40 41 Ellen Wilson one year Sue Simpson, one year

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ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIETIES Phi Theta Kappa Delta Psi Omega Biological Society Conquistador Tropical Collegian Student Association Chorus Pan-American Club

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DarIeen Powell President Julee Flo y d -Vice President Marsha Woodruff Secretary SherI)' Acker -Council Member Kirsten Anderson Tre asurer The honora ry scholastic society, Phi The ta Kappa has been represente d in the Canal Zone Junior College by the Delta Omega Chapter since 1945. Only ten per cent of the entire student body may be in v ited to join, and these must maintain a B average, while carrying fifteen or more credit hours. A student is chosen by the standards of wisdom, aspiration, and purity, which he is pledged to uph ol d throughout his lifetime. Mr. Subert Turbyfill is th e fraternity sponsor. TOP CEl TER, FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Danny r-..lichaels Nancy Benson, Jetzebel Feraud, Carolyn Musselman, Kirsten Ande r son, JuIce Floyd, Darleen Powell, Marsha Hester, SherI)' Acker, Sandy Sheffield, Buford Carter, Dr. Latimer, Charles Cross, Roseanne Fulop, Clarita Thayer, Lydia Moya, Sergei Kowalchik. Judy Beuhler, J anct Spencer. Marcos Menendez, Maria Gonzalez, Priscilla Allen, Mike (abry, Mr. Turbyfill, Helen Fogle, Becky Fussell, Paul Mor gan, Jodie Davies, Gaye Fidanque, Frank Aseron, Barbara Coy, Mary Ridge, Reba Kirk, James Noble, Carol Kimsey, Marsha Hester, George O'Masta, Pat Calhoun, B a rbar a Crimmel, Marco Ettrick, Fran Hinek, Betsy Foster, Gene Fraunheim, Cl a ire O'Donnell, Peggy Elich Curtis Schwarzrock.

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P atricia Egger -C ast Director D avid J enkins -Sta g e M a n a g e r F RONT ROW) LEFT TO RIGHT: M aria I zquie rdo) Ann K a lb) P atricia Egger) C a r o l Kimsey) S andra She ffi eld, Frank Smith ) Sandra Salonick) Mary Drenna n ) Davi d J enkins) Eugen e Pu g h ) Eddie Eddleman ) Ed d i e Conn. 46

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Frank Smith -Bus in ess Manage r Mr. Turbyfill Sponsor Comp etitors for roles in "Romeo a n d Juli et" heed t he words of i\1r. Musselman, the co-sponso r of D elta P s i Omega, as he r eitera tes, "Keep in charact er! Delt a P s i Omega i s th e natio nal h ono rary dramatics fraternity for th e m e n a nd wo m e n of the junior colleges of th e Unite d States. The P a n a m a Canal Cast o f the Can a l Zone junio r College was established in 1 942. Subert Turbyfill has been the faculty s ponsor s ince the founding o f the f raternity. For th e past year, D o n a ld Musselman has been th e cos ponsor and h e also directed theatre productio n s g iven by the junior College. The purpose of this fra t ernity i s to stimulate a better interest in the dra matic activities of th e college. M o r e ov e r m e m be r ship in this society i s a reward t o students for participating in th e plays s taged by th e junior College. This year's m emb e r s participa t e d in lead roles in "The Pira te," R o meo and juliet," and "Little M ary Sunshine Othe r s p articipa t e d b e hind t h e scenes in s tage -manag in g a nd direction. The social acti vities of D elta P s i Omega for this school year have been a we lcoming dinne r for the old m embers, a Christmas dinner f o r m e m be r s a nd new initia tes and the Baccalaureate Breakfast w hich h onors g raduatin g m embers, and at which are announced the officers for the following year. 47

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Julee Floyd, President Mike Mabry, Vice Pre s ident Miss G a t e ly, Sponsor Marcia Woodruff, Secr e tary James Manning, Treasurer Members of the society speak with Mr. Bach after his showing of underwa t e r films. LEFT TO RIGHT: J Flo yd, Mr. Bach, O. Roos, and M Woodruff. 48

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GUEST SPEAKERS AT BIO-SOC MEETING "To pro m o t e a n arde nt interest in t h e minds of fl e d gling scientists in t h e vario u s areas of the Biological Sc i e nces" is the purpose of the Biological Society. This l a rge organization was s ponsored by Miss Gately, the science instructor. Beca use of her varied e x perie nce in work of this type, Miss Gately, with the help of the club off icers, has arra nged m a ny m emorable progr a m s The members enjoyed lectures a nd movies during th e first semest er. The r e were also fi e ld trips in which the members obtained first-hand glimpses of the flora and fauna of this tropical paradise. In a program of a lecture and a movie presented by J ohn Boch a nd Oscar Roos, som e of the more m o d ern facets of the biological sci e nces were reveal e d to the members. Procedures a nd qu alifications for X -ray technology we r e intro duced and explained by Dr. D o u g las in a lecture illustrate d by a m ov i e Commander A Pipkin of the Gorgas Memorial Labor atory informe d the club concerning tropical parasites. All in a ll the year was a s uccessful and enjoya bl e o n e Mike Mabry, Vice President of the club, halts f o r a picture during a field excurs ion. 49 Commander Pipkin and students chatting after biological lecture.

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Editor_in_chief, Ann Kalb One of many interesting shot s taken b y Scott Wellman, chief photographer. 50 Associat e Editor, P a t Egge r ; Business Manager, Bev Bowman, Missing. HURRY-Sports Editor, Ed Idol

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Members of the staff direct a female s tudent in passing through the hallways for an informa l picture. SCURRY-FLURRY Dr. Dorothy Moody, Adviser Working under pressure to meet their three forrypage deadlines, the staff aimed at p resenting the student body with a fin e record of academic achievem ent and extr a curricular activities. The small but competent s taff proved to be a closely-knit and hard -working group. M e th o d s of j ournalism and som e c reative writing techniques were studied throughout the year a nd staff members participated in varied a nd int eresting activities p ertaining t o journalis m a nd yearbook construction. After t h e com pletion of th e last few pages the third deadline copy was sent to the printers and for the first time the staff r e laxed It was th e sincere desire of the 196 3 staff to present properly the ever-growing and ever-changing aspects of the Canal Zone Junio r College.

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Editor-in-chief. Sandy Sheffield WORKERS EXECUTE TASK-WORK I Assistant Editor, Stan Berg Bwiness Manager. Sh iela McKiernan Staff Advisor Dr. Moody and staff members: S. Swinehart S. Berg S. McKiernan O. Roos, S. Salonick, C O'Donnell, R. Jones, J Lorenzo B Fuss e l N. Benson and S Sheffield. CULTURAL AIR Becky Fus sel The Tropical Collegian i s the lite rary magazine of the Junior College, published by the students and distributed t o the College every two months. Students a r e urged to present original literary accomplishments for discussion and possibly also publication. The "TC" was published five times this year and was very fortunate to have several creativ e arti s t s at its beck and call Many excelle nt cover s were designed and illustrations used thro u g hout the magazine we r e well received by the student readers. A Serenade By Stanley Berg Oh, goodby to the towns and cities Whe r e I miss integrity; I'll be back to a big and better land For the mountains beckon to me. Back t o the far-flung valleys Whe r e the air's so fresh and free; Back where my heart is happy Up in the high country! 53 And whe n I s p y the wild fIow'rs And the dee r and the bee and the trout, I'll sing a mountain serenade And I 'll laugh! and I'll run! and I'll shout! So farewell to the cares and worries For my journey takes m e far; To a mile below a timber line To a lake, and a fire, and a star.

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Pres i den t S t:ln S wineh:lrt congratula tes Archi e C arro ll :It the Scplcmbcr e lections. Mr. Charles Bowen Advisor to th e S. A checks over minutes of th e l ast meeting. T h e St ud e nt Association Execu tive Counc il meet s weekly to provid e int e restin g and varied extra-curricular acti vities for m embers o f the S tud e nt Association. This year's coun c il votea to arran ge a trip to Cartagen a, Colombia, for members of the associatio n wishin g t o s p e n d th eir Easter h o lidays in a nov e l, if n ot educating way. This trip was hi g hly s uccessful and bro u g ht about many new and lasting friendships. One of dl e many s port s events financ ed w idl the help of the S. A s A. Officers, FRO M LEFT TO RIGHT, A. Carrol, B. Bowman, C. Kimsey, S. "Beatnik Blast" was one of many soci a l fun ctions financ e d and arranged by th e Student A ssoc iation. Swinehart. Vice President Secr e t ary, Tr easurer, and President respectively. 55 Mr. Swinehart, p resid e nt, poses w ith C. Kimsey after elections.

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C h orus membe r s p ause f o r a m o m e nt dur i n g the m u c h a ppr ecia t ed Christm as p resent a tion Mr. Victo r H err, director stands on far ri g ht NEW J. C. CHORUS TI1is li ve l y g r o up m a d e its fir s t a pp ea r a nce of t h e sch oo l yea r a t th e forma l in a ugur a t i o n ceremo nies comm e m o r a t i n g th e compl e tion o f th e T h a t c h e r F erry Bridge, o n O c t o b e r 12, 1 9 6 2 A t th e Christmas assembl y t h e c h orus present e d a s h ort but mu c h appreci a t e d medley o f traditio n a I and co nt e mp o r a r y Christmas songs. Und e r th e directio n o f Mr. V ictor H err, this group p r ove d t o b e a mu c h needed a dditi o n t o th e college. 56 Chor a l p resent ation a t the I na u guration Ceremoni esi Thatcher F erry B r idge.

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PAN-AMERICAN CLUB PROMOTES UNDERST ANDING The m a in purpose o f the P a n-Am erican Club is to acqu aint students with the vari o u s cultures o f the countries o f the Am ericas. With this purpose in mind the members meet togeth e r t o s peak in S p a ni s h about th eir experie n c e s and observati o n s while v i siting in L atin-A m erican countries. Picture s slides, and movies were s ho w n thro u g h out th e year. Those countries discussed exte n s ivel y were P a n ama, Peru M exico, E c u ador, Pu erto Rico a nd Cos ta R ica, a m o n g others. ---...., A t Christmas time the m e mber s i n vite d their friends from P a n a m a to the P a n-Am erican Club party h e ld at Presid e nt D arleen P owell's house. The r e wa s a choice of L atin A m erican a nd lorth A m erican foods. On e of the most inte resting meet ings was that at whic h G e n e r a l Maximiliano D e l Valle Huerta, the M exican Military Attach e to Panama, the Canal Z o ne, Ecuad o r V e nezu e la, a nd Colombia s pok e to the club m ember s Also, du ring the year the m e m be r s atte nd e d v arious c u ltura l event s in P a n a m a G e n e ral M ax imiliano D e l Valle i s intr od uced b y D Powell Pres D arle n e Powell 1st Sec. M. I zquierdo 2nd S ec. K. And e r s on

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THE GREEN DEVILS FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Leon, A. Carroll, 8. Meyers, T. Mallia, R. Scheidegg, C. Cross J Marcum, R. Field, J. Coffin, 8. Washburn E. Idol. SECOND ROW: D. Jenkins, J. McGoff, K. Anderson C. Frauenheim, J. Barnes G. No r dstrom, B. Noble, J. Turner, 8. Bowen S Kowalchik, Coach Finklestein. TOP ROW: D Ramsey, 8. McConaughey, G Thompson, F. Ammirati, F. Chase, J DeVore, K. Price, J. Parker, J. Hare, Coach Robens. The SCOREBOA RD J.C. WINS Jamboree B.H.S. A.C. C.H. S. B.H.S. C .H.S. 1 st 19-7 26-6 25-0 7 -7 19-0 Palm Bowl 19-1 3 Soph Team Capts. Centers Guards Tackles Ends

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Backs 1 ../1 Jeff Leon sidesteps the enemy. Off for a n othe r T.D.

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J Hare b r ings down a m i ghty Ram J C.' s human wall holds S.H.S. to a no g ain. J.C. defeats C.H. S 25-0.

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K Anderson gets them before they can go Fighting for the extra yard ... Mallia, the team's vegetarian. The Devils tear through B H S for the kill. Meyers (75) and I dol (52) converge on the enemy.

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J C BASEBAll TEAM KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT : W Engel ke, C. M c F ad d e n F. Chase, B. Bowe n. STANDlNC: Co ach F ink lest ein, K A nderson L. S a n c h ez, F. Ammirati, B. Lutz, C. $chwa rzrock C. F r auenheim, A. C arroll, J Leon. J .C. 7 B.H S 7 C H .S.2 B.H.S.8 G F rauenheim, P C.H.S. J.C. J.C. J.C. SCOREBOARD 1 3 1 8 B.H.S. 4 C .H.S. 3 J.C. 12 B.H.S. I NTERSCHOL ASTI C 2nd PL ACE 66 J.C. 3 J C 6 C.H.S. 3 J.C. 0 C Schwarzrock, P-3B

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K. Andersonl lB J leonI C F. Chasel 2-3B C. McFaddenl SS B. Bowenl 2-3B ::x:: 67

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L. Sanchez LF B. Lutz, P -1B A C a IToll LF F. Ammirati W. Eng elke, CF 68

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They' re off! S. Rowley, R Winborn, O. Meli. THE J. HSEA DEVILS" Sam plows through the water

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R Winborn D. Meli s. Wellman J. M anning S. Rowley

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Backstroke sta n Back J ack-Knife The Butterfly

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UP a nd UP g o es Joe M c Goff. They're off! TRACK TEAM Team LEFT TO RIGHT: A. C arroll, D H e m ) A Scottinol J Lorenzo, F. Chase. 1 at Pictured: J. Leon J. McGoff ,S. L eon. Joe McGoff Archie Carroll 72

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Becky Martin shows excellent form in shooting f o r a b asket, while teammate Carolyn Davis look on. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL The Juni o r College Girl's Basketball team was very successful thi s year, e nding up with a p erfec t record of 4 wins and 0 losses. They beat both Balboa and Cristobal High Schools and thus cam e out being th e Champions. Congratulatio ns, Girls, for a hard earned victory. jel s P a t Egger, Rose Monzon, and Bev Bowman sc rambl e to recover the ball from Balboa. 74 CHAMP IONSHIP TEA M LEFT TO RIGHT : Charlotte Schultz Carolyn Davi s, L ynne Wellington Margare t Stevens, Rose Monzon C apt., Alb a Wilmoth Becky Marti n, Bev Bowman, and Pat Egger Team Record VICTORIES DEFEATS 4 o 75

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TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, L. M oya, N Benson, M. Lopez. MIDDLE ROW J. Halvos3, S Schroede r L. Wellington. BOTTOM ROW: L. Frauernheim, J Ashton, B. Bowman. MISSIN'G: P. Lane, B Martin. "Wat e r Babies" execut e a s ubm a rin e dive. l __ Miss Pat Lehman, sponso r The C ZJC Wat e r Babies" had a swimming pool for a classroom and brought their meetings to order wi th a big spl ash! At weekly sessi ons the order of business was practice, play, synchronization, and finally, ballet movem ent. Climaxing th e year's activities was the presentatio n of several ballet numbers at a n annual woman's club luncheon. At this presentati on Lynn e Wellington and Jackie Ashton, both sophomores, performed a s pecial ballet routine. Miss Lehman, club sponsor a nd group members worked togeth e r to plan new dance sequences.

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Women's Tennis Team: R ose Monzon L ynne Wellington, Becky Martin, and Mary Ridge. Oomph! 78 TENSE AND TUMULTUOUS TENNIS CHAMPS \ Mary Ridge attempts to return a serve. ... Love Forty Game! . 79 L ynne Wellington keeps a close eye on Becky Martin's serve.

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MISTER J. C. Archie Carrol 82

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MOST INDUSTRIOUS Curt Schwarzrock and Darleen Powell 84

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MOST TALENTED Sandy Sheffield and Ed Idol

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MOST POPULAR Bev Bowman and Stan Swinehart

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BEST DANCERS Jackie Ashton and Jobey Turner "CANAL ZONE COLLEGE LIBRARY' 87

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BEST DRESSED John Kronan and Pat Egger

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WITTIEST Pat Lane and John Bateman 89

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FRIENDLIEST Frank Smith and Lynne Wellington 90

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BEST LOOKING Julee Floyd and Reb Behal

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MOST ATHLETIC Tom Mallia and Becky Martin

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Reb Behal) Pre sident Richard Hem) Vice President Lynne Wellington) Sec. Missing. POLITICS AND ELECTIONS AROUSE INTEREST Class leaders during an informal meeting. LEFT T O R IGHT: D. Hem) L. WellinRt:on, R. Behal.

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K l r s t e n Ander so n Fort Devens, Mass. Liberal Arts \ SOPHOMORES Joan Adams Liberal Arts G a r y A nderson Ancon, Cana I Zon e Liberal Arts Jackie Ashton Ancon, Cana I Zone Liberal Arts Joan BaITett HazeltonJ P a liberal Arts Willis Bearda I Panama, Rep. of Pan. Liberal Arts 95 John Bateman Panama, Rep. of Pan. Liberal A rts

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M i r ko Bil onick P a n ama City, Republic Bus in ess Admin. SOPHOMORES Rober t E. Beh a I S eattle, Was hingt o n Architectur e N a ncy Carrol1 B e n so n West P o in t New Y o r k Liberal Arts P aul Blade s Can by, Mich iga n Libe ral Arts S hir ley Botuleau C r is tobal, Cana I Z o n e Busin ess Ad m i n. Bev erly Atule Bowman A ncon Cana l Zon e Liber a l Arts 96 Mr s. Mary Blanford N e w Haven K e ntucky libe ral Arts

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Archie CatToll Jacksonville, Fl orida Busin ess Admin. SOPHOMORES M arilyn J B raun Ancon, Cana I Zone Liberal A r ts Car o l Brown Tampa, Florida Liberal A rts Edwa rd, M Conn A ncon, Canal Zone Medical T ec1mology Jules John Da miani J e rsey City, New J e rsey Liberal Arts Guilliermo Earle P anama, Rep. of Panama Engineering 97 Brenda Da i sy Ancon, Canal Zone Lib eral Arts

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P atricia Egger Colon, Rep. of Pan. liberal A rt!; SOPHOMORES J o lm Ebere nz A ncon, Can a 1 Zon e liberal A r ts Edwar d H Eddl eman P a n a m a C ity, R ep. o f Pan. Liberal Arts lrma Fabrega New York, N ew Y o rk Liberal Arc; Abel M. Ferr eira C o l o n R e p P a n. Engineering Julee Lynn F loyd Jack sonville, Fl orida Medi cal Techno logy 98 Jetzabe l F eraud Panama, R ep. of Pan. Lib eral Arc;

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Irene Marie Galdeano Stockton, California Liberal Arts SOPHOMORES Helen Fogle Colon, Rep. of Panama Lib eral Arts Maria Fernandez San Jose, Puerto Rico Liber a l Arts Jeffrey Hare Ancon, Canal Zone Liberal Arts E d Idol Panama L iberal Arts Maria Mercedes Izquierdo Guayama, Puerto Rico Liberal Arts 99 Richard Hern Panama Business Admin.

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Thomas Kaska Panama, Rep. of Pan. Liberal Arts SOPHOMORES David Jenkins Ca I iforni a Liberal A rts Ann Kalb Panama, Rep. of Pan. Libera 1 Arts Bryce Kimberling Patricia K. Lane Liberal Arts Livia Delmira Lippincott F. Springfie ld, M ass Business Admin. 100 John Kronan Cristobal, Canal Zone Liberal A r ts

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Thomas E. Mallia Ancon, Canal Zone liberal SOPHOMORES William Lockhart Dotham, Alabama Liberal M a r y Louise Lopez Salt Lake City, Utah Liberal Carolyn E. McGann Colon, Rep. of Pan. Elem. Education Richard M cNatt Panama, Rep. o f Pan. Liberal 1 0 1 Rebecca C. Martin Washington D C Liberal

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SOPHOMORES Rose M Monzon Ancen, Canal Zone Secretarial Charles Morton San Francisco, California Engineering Lydia EstJler Maya San Juan, Puerto Rico Business Admin. Carolyn Musse lman AncoD, Canal Zone Liberal Arts CIa ir e 0' Donne 11 An coD, Canal Zone Liberal Arts Eileen Ott AncoD, Canal Zone Liberal Arts 102

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Gary Anderson Jackie A shton Joan Barrett Paul Blades Mr s Mary Blanford Willis Bearoal SOPHOMORES Shirley Bonneau Carol Brown Bren da Da iSy Guilliermo Earle John Eberenz Jetzabel F eraud Johnny Parker F ort Worth, Texas Liberal A rts Alan Pipkin Austin, Texas Liberal Arts Kenneth Philb rick Savannah, Ga. Liberal Arts Dough Pollack San Rafael, Ca lifornia Liberal Arts Darleen Powell Norf o ld, Virginia Liberal Arts Danie l Ramsey Pagosa Springs, Colorado Liberal Arts Sophomores Maria Fernandez Richard McNatt Jeffrey Hare Claire O D onnell Bryce Ki m ber ling Eileen Ott John Kronan J ohnny Parker W illiam Lockhart Kenneth Phllbrick Mary Loui se Lopez Alan Dipkin Doug Pollack Harold Smith K athy Ridge Don T eITY Daniel Ramsey Sandra Wa llace Oscar Roos John Wibel Leonidas Sanchez Harrel Womble Charlotte Schultz Hugh Young

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Oscar Roos P anama, R ep. o f Pan. Liberal Arts SOPHOMORES K athy Ridge Ancon, Canal Zon e liber a l A rts Bob Rober ts Langda Ie, A laba ma G e n eral Charlotte Sc h ultz Panama, Rep. of P an. liberal A r ts H a r o l d Sm ith Ancon Can a I Zon e Liberal Ar ts 1 04 L eonidas San c h e z Panama, Rep. of Pan. Liberal Arts

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Frank C. Smith Ancon, Canal Zone Business Admin. SOPHOMORES Carl Schwarzrock Panama Busin ess Adm in. Sandy Sheffield Jacksonl Mississippi Liberal Art'> Robert Howard Sprague Ancon, Cana I Zone Liberal Art'> Lyn Kaye Stratford Mason City, Iowa Liberal Arts 1 05 Shirley A. Smith Colonl Rep. of Pan. Liberal Arts

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Don Terry Ancon, Canal Zone Liberal Arts SOPHOMORES Swinehart, Lewis Stanley III Fort Smith, Arkansas L iberal ArG Robert Taylor Springfield, Ohio Liberal Arts Sandra Wallace Colon, Rep. of Pan. Liberal Arts Lynne Wellington El Centro, Colombia Liberal A rG 106 Jobey Turner Panama, Rep. of Pan. Business Admin.

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Harre l Womble Portsmouth, V irgini a Liberal Arts SOPHOMORES J o h n WibeJ Denver, Colorado Liberal Arts Mary Wilmoth Barranquilla, Colombia Business Admin. T isbe Urriola Panama, Rep. of Pan. Executive Secretary Hugh Young Ancon, Cana I Zone Liberal Arts 107 Marcia M Woodruff E as t o n Penn sy lvania Liberal Ar ts

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OFFICERS LEAD FROSH Tom Collins, President Reba Kirk, Secretary Frank Ammirati Vice President 109

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1 1 0 FRESHMEN Frank Ammiratti John Anderson Jim Barnes Mary Barrett Vicki Bar tecci Cheryl M. Talley Arosemena Franklin A seron

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FRESHMEN William Benny Diane Berger Mel Brown Judy Buehler Rudy Burda Buford Carter R obert Chan III

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Barbara Coy Vincent C rawley 112 Fred Chase Tom Collins FRESHMEN Luisa Crit c h Charles Cross Robert Daniels Sharon Cressy Barbara Crummel

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FRESHMEN J ohanna Davies Carolyn Davis Jack Devor e Doylei R. Dominguez Arthur Donahue D e rek Egg e r Don Egglesto n Druci lla De Pipe r Paul Ebdon 113

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G a r y Fi d a n q u e I I 114 FRESHMEN Mar ga r e t Elich SlUe l a Endara G e n e F r aune h e i M o rri s Fulle r R e becca Fu sse ll R i c k F i e l d s Betsy F os t e r

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FRESHMEN Margaret Cangle Ted Gostela Mik e Hana s hak Marsha Hester s George Hovan Edith Huff ) 0 Ella )enldns N eil Haman 115

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Reba Kirk 116 FRESHMEN C h a rlene Johnston A nnie Kimsey Sergei Kowalch i k David Larri so n Colleen Lawson Jeanette Kirkland Louie K i rkland

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FRESHMEN Paulin e Lawson J e[frey Leon Joe lorenzo Lill y Luddy Charles Lyew Pat Mahoney James M a nning Raymond lloyd William Mace 1 117

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J ohn Marcum 118 FRESHMEN Anita Map es Toni Marcy J o hn McCarragher Bob McConaughy Butch McConaughy Ted Marti Wendell Maynard

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FRESHMEN Butch M c Fadden Joe McGoff Sheila M c Kiernan M a rcos M e lende Don M eli Danny Michael s L e roy Mignott 1 Ronald Meyer 119

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Peter Nikas 120 FRESHMEN Paul Morgan Karen Nadeau Charles Pa rker R o nni e Pearl Richard Rimento James Noble George Nordstrom t

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FRESHMEN \ Eug e n e Pugh Shiela Reynolds C arlos Rodgers Pedr o Rognoni Skip Rowley Sandra Sa lanick Mary Ridge Cmar Roes 1 2 1 \ I

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Beverly Schroeder 1 22 FRESHMEN J o e Sa lt e ri o D a r a Sa n c h ez J a n e t Smith R a lph Smith Robert Smith H Tl P O Anth o n y Scottino S u e Si m pso n

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FRESHMEN James Stalle vor th Margar e t St e v ens Wa Iter Stiles Sh e r yl Talley Ric h ard Tagaropulos GET a. h""1< C.VI' D ( 10<.. Gordon Thorn pson Max Thompson Mar y Stewart Clarit a Thay e r 123

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FRESHMEN Nancy Turne r J uan Vecchio n e Diane Wallace Winston Walrond Juan V entura She r ry W a k e m 1 2 4

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FRESHMEN Jay W a r fo r d Bob Wash burn Ellen E. Wilson Rodney Winb orn T erry Webster Prescott H. W ellmal' 125

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Milliliters, s ir? but I t h o u ght you said liters. Look it says ... "A day a t Taboga. II Thatrs the wrong card." Hirsute He-Men

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"Have at thee, you beast!" "Ah-ha Sand y l s the thief! II IICool fWlII "1111 swap this book for your shade." "Hello down the re! IJ \ 129

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IICom e do'Nll and say that!" Sbe really does this! "Bird s in flight "Lounging in the Lounge.

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"Rock-a-b ye, b a by. J C ensemble o r mob ? "Come t o m ama."

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The LANCERS who have played for various J C dances, a r e LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Linfors P aul Morgan, Bob Taylor, R alph Smith, and E d Idol. "Ye Gods!" What a Mess! ITOh! You . you go t . me in my rotunda."

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The "Stamp Out Germs" movement lIROlvtEO and JULIETlI Cool) cool water.

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D o . R e . M i . Fa ... "He l p? " O l a "West End Hall" liTh e Grin d 134

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