Conquistador

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 472468547
lccn - 2009229561
System ID:
UF00095973:00030


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FOREWORD


During 1963-1964, Canal Zone College opened new fields
of opportunity and brought fresh challenges to individual stu-
dents. Special courses were offered for the first time. Other


at Canal


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Zone College were the audio-visual p


inter-communications system,


which in part


Program


replaced


eekly announcement sheets.
addition, a record enrollment of over


joyed the


change of


comforting as the air
the brand-new building.
Spurred on by an


musical pi
celebration
birth, an


weather from hot and
-conditioning made it


1,000 students en-
dry to cool and
s way throughout


unforgettable hootenanny, two successful


ays, two outstanding Shakespearean plays given in
of the four hundreth anniversary of Shakespeare's
artistic Christmas Concert and Spring Festival, nu-


merously attended dances, and a memorable talent show, school
spirit was witnessed at its height, Extracurricular activities
offered opportunities for broadening horizons and for pursuing
personal interests.
We, the Conquistador Staff, hope that the 1964 edition of
the Conquistador will serve as a reminder of times past and
as a forecast of times to come. These changes and challenges
are presented to you as a record of Canal Zone College's


OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED.


Sandra Salonick
Editor-in-Chief
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to the arts, to beauty
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enriched our lives by
from its humble begi
Balboa and watched
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To be a part of a new operation is interesting, exciting, satisfying-and frustrating.
I know that members of the faculty and the student body have experienced all these emotions this year.
It is thrilling to be a part of the first junior class in the College-but annoying to have all your classes in the
afternoon and evening.
It is a pleasure to have a new laboratory-but exasperating when the sinks leak.
It is delightful to study in air-conditioned comfort-but you roast when the air-conditioning system goes off.
It is great to have the additional courses which the increased enrollment brings-but troublesome to wait long-
er in line to register.


It is awe-inspiring to see the piles of new books in


library-but


haven't


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In a sense, however,


we can consider that this year we are


pioneers.


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the dormitory and the gymnasium, and the first play in the auditorium.




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It is difficult to capsulize the essence of Dr. Moody on paper. She is not the sort who forces her personality on
those about her. But I examined a slew of old Conquistadors for signs of her, and asked advice of various and


sundry people, including one faculty member,


who in turn asked a close friend of Dr. Moody to contribute. Thus,


this material is not drawn entirely from my own observations. And I think this fact makes it ring true. A sincere
remembrance from so large a group as our student body should not have the ideas of one person alone in it.

Sincerely yours,


Alan


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fancy listens to the tropical rain falling on its blossoms he may hear the secret solution to whatever mystery trou-
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brushed away the webs of


ignorance that shroud lovely


vistas


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art. Her


casual


touch has brought to our attention not merely the things which interested her alone, but all facets of life to our
attention. Such is the charm of great tolerance, a tolerance that was formed in her childhood days on a farm in


Kansas, a tolerance which broadened at


Yale University where she received her doctorate in English. Her natural


gifts for direction and clever wit dim the course of classroom


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SECRETARY Terry Aleman


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MARY TERESA ALEMAN
Delta Psi Omega, Dramatics, Trop.
Coll., Cheerleader, Sec. Junior Class,
Christmas Formal. Intermurals.


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BEVERLY ANNE BOWMAN
Junior Class V.P.. Pres. Biological
Soc., Delta Psi Omega, Cheerleader.
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Court, Dramatics, S.A. Sec., Aqua-
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DICK HERN
Junior Class Pres., Soph. Class V.P.,
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JOHN BATEMAN
Baseball 1, 3, Football 1, Student Aid
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Hall of Fame, Prom Comm.. Greek-
Roman Dance.
HENRY BARKER
Tropical Collegian 2. Talent Show 2.


DIANE J. BERGER
Christmas Formal Comm. 1, Biologi-
cal Society 2, Sports day 1, 2, Intra-
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BRAYTON


RUDOLPH
President
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Pres. S.A. 2, Pres. Fresh. Class. Var-
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CRAIG


LUISA M. CRITCH
Intermurals, Pan Amer. Club, Tropical
Collegian Staff.


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Intermurals 1, Christmas
Comm. 1, Valentine Formal
Talent Show 1, 2, Romeo
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JACK B. DEVORE
Delta Psi Omega.


Formal
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Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Phi Theta
Kappa 1, 2, Christmas Formal Comm.
1. 2, Valentine Formal Comm. 1, 2.


JAMES


FREEMAN


REBECCA M. FUSSELL
Intermurals 1, 2, Pan American Club
1, 2, Tropical Collegian 1, 2, Soph.
Class Sec.-Treas., Phi Theta Kappa
1, 2. Prom Comm. 2. Las Cruces
Comm. 2.

JEANNE B. HALVOSA
Ban. Comm. 2, Sports Day 1, 2, Aqua-
ducks 1, 2, Intermurals 1, 2, Biologi-
cal Society 2. Prom Comm. 2.


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JOELLA SUE JENKINS
Delta Psi Omega 1, 2, Dra-
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CAROL LOUELLA KIMSEY
S.A. Treas. 1, Dramatics 1. 2.
Delta Psi Omega 1, 2, Phi
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THEODORE C. MARTI
V.P. Eng. Club 1, 2, Swim Team 2.


KATHERINE McCUE
Dramatics 2, Phi Theta Kappa 1, Sec.
2. Talent Show 2. Chairman Dec.
Comm. for Prom 2.


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MORRIS


LYDIA MOYA
Phi Theta Kappa, Delta Psi Omega,
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BEVERLEY ANN SCHRODER
Cheerleader 1, 2, Majorette 1, 2,
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THE CONQUISTADOR \olume xx\iii the 1964 editioll canal zone colkge balboa. canal zolle sandra salonick editor pam ot'ding associate editor frank aseron business manager dorothy advisor

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Modern Equipment Additional Opportunities

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Opportunity In Participation

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Athletics Afford Opportunities

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Class of 1963 10

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Opportuni ties Opportltnities Op po rtunities Op po rtunities Opportunities Opportunities Op po rtunities Op po rtunities Op po rtunities Opportunities Opportunities Opportunities Opportuniti e s Opportunities Opportunities Op po rtunities Op po rtunities Opportunities Opportunities

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ARTIST C HEMI S T MINER TAXI.DRIVER ACTOR BUTCHER COACH BANKER CHEMIS T J UDGE MORTI C IAN AUDITOR AUTHOR ELECTRICIAN S INGER SALESMAN PHYSICIST MER C HANT MODEL PSYCHOLOG I S T ACCOUNTANT ANNOUNCER AVIATOR JOURNALIS T JEWELER HYGIENIST WAITER FLORIS T FARMER DECORATOR SECR E TARY SURGEON NAVIGATOR DENTIST DIRECTOR DANCER BAKER PHOTOGRAPHER THERAPIST UNDERTAKER VETE R INARIAN BIOLOGIST LIBRARIAN ARCHITECT GEOLOGI S T ATRIST POLICEMAN STUDENT HISTORIAN ATHLETE TEACHER PROFESSOR S T E W ARDESS TAILOR P SYCHI GENERAL HISTORIAN RANGER ENGINEER EMB ALMER STOCKEXCHANGER CLERGYMAN CAM ERAMAN OPTI C IAN TECHNI C IAN MAILMAN BRICKLAYER MARI N E BARBER NUR S E PRINTER PLUMBER FIS HERi\IAN SPRINTER FI GHTER PAINTE R DOCTOR LAWYER PILOT MATHEMATICIAN I N T ERPRETER INSTRUCTOR MUSI CIAN EDITOR PHARMACI S T 12

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FOREWORD Durin g 1963-196-1. Canal Zo n e College ope ned ne .... fie l d s of opportunity a n d brought fresh challe n ges to individual s lud e nts. Specia l courses wer e offe red f o r th e fir s t time. O lher fir s t s at Canal Zone College were Ihe audi o"jsual p r og ram and th e inter-communicat i o n s sys tem. which in pari r e pla ced Ih e week l y an n o un cement s h eets. I n add iti o n a re co rd enro llm e nt of ove r 1 ,000 st ud e nt s e n j oye d th e c h ange of wea th e r fr om h O I and dry t o cool and comforting as Ihe a irconditi o ning made it s way through o ut the brand-ne w building. Spurred on by a n unforgettabl e hootenanny, Iwo s u ccessful Illu s i ca l pla ys IwO o ut s t anding Shakespearean plays g i ven in celeb rati o n o f th e four hun d r e tll an niver sa r y of Shakes p eare's birth, an arti stic Chr i s tm as Co n ce rt and Sprin g F es tival nu mcr ous l y attended d a n ces and a m e m o rabl e tal e nt s ho\, ', sc hool s pirit wa s w itn esse d at its h e i g ht. Extracu r ricula r act i\ iti es offe r e d oppo rtuniti es for br oa d e nin g horizon s a nd f o r purs uin g p e r:.onaJ int e r esl.s. \Ve, th e Conqu i s t ado r S t aff, h ope th a t t he 1964 editi o n of th e Conqllistador will serve as a r emi nd e r o f tim es pa s t and as a f o r ccas t of tim es t o come. These c han ges and c h allenges arc pr ese nt e d to ),ou a s a r eco rd of Cana l Zon e College' s OPPORTUNITIES UNLDIITED San dra Salonick Edit o r i n Ch i e f The 1 964 Conquistador

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A New Year -a New Campus

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To Mis s Doroth y Moody, With Our De e p e st Gra titud e Th e 196364 i ss u e of th e COllqIL; s lador i s es p ec i ally d ed i ca te d t o Dr. D o roth y B Mood y D ea n of W o m e n and H ea d of th e En glis h D epa rtm e nt. T o say farewell t o thi s teac h e r i s lik e saying f a r ewe ll t o a n Alma iate r for an Alma Ma t e r i s not ju s t a buildin g or a ca mpu s It i s the teach e r s tha t t a u g ht US; the experience s s hared with f e llow s tud ents ; the u cce-ses and the f ailure ; in fact. it i s a ll those thin gs g r ea t and s m all whi c h h a v e m oulded a nd m a d e both c h a ra c te r and mi nd a nd w hi c h be co m e a n int eg ral p al1 of eve r y s tud e nt a s h e d eparts to mak e hi s mark in lif e or l eave f oo t. print s in the s ands of time. And when t eac h e r s a r e r e m e mb e r e d as they so of te n are, f e w will b e a w ell.re m e m. b e red by th ose who had the g ood fortun e to know her or work wilh h e r as thi s g r ea t teac h e r a teac h e r teac h e r a l a d y in the tru e s t se n se. Silve r.h aire d di tin g ui h e d in h e r dress a nd h e r d e m ea n o r s h e was imp ecc ab l e a s in h e r E n glis h. A seriou a nd r ese r ved ex terior co uld n ot hid e th e ge ntle spirit, the co m passio n a t e h ea rt th e m etic ul o u s co n s id e r atio n f o r the feelin gs a nd n ee d s of those around h e r. H e r s was a livin g ph i l o s op h y of no. bl esse oblig e The prestige o f our sc h oo l was g reatly e n h a n ce d by t h e brilli an t mind th a t was h e rs. P e r h a p s n o othe r tea c h e r sing l e h ande dl y co ntribut e d s o muc h t o o u r college as d ea n teac h er, c o un e l o r. c onfid ante, a nd frie nd. H e r wid e kn owle d ge s h e did n o t h esita te to s h a r e un s tintin g l)' with h e r studen t s, and thi s by no m ea n s w as co nfin e d t o lit e r ature or the Kin g s En g l i sh. S h e paid t ribu te t o all tha t was beau tiful in life-t o n ature, t o mu s i c, t o th e art s, t o b ea uty itse lf. Th e p e r e nni a l g l obe tr o tt e r s h e bro u g ht th e world both old and n ew, t o h e r c l assr oo m s with h e r w ea lth of e xp erie n ces in place s and p eople, a nd s h e enri c h e d our lives b y v irtu e of h e r own full, r i c h life S h e h e l p e d 11I111ure our sc h oo l from its humbl e be g innin gs as a ju n ior co ll ege in t h e third floo r of th e old bu ildin g in B a l boa an d wat c h e d it g row int o o n e of the b es t a nd mo s t modern colleges so uth o f the Rio Grande. S h e was o n e of those r a r e peop l e that d o m a n y thin gs well-outs tan din g in h e r sc h ool. h e r co mmunit a nd h e r chmc h Hardl y a d ay w ill ever go b y in the lives of g r ad u a tes o r s tud en t s who h a v e l o n g in ce l e ft h e r c l a ss ro o m tha t Dr. Mood y w ill n o t b e r e m e mb e r e d as t h ey e t out t o writ e th e p e r. s on a l n o te the sc h o l arly aca d emic p a p e r eve r trivi n g t o r ecall all tho s e l ecture o n pun c tuatio n and pro notlns, whic h now t a k e o n n e w meaning a n d imp orta n ce M a n y a r e the rep orts whic h is,u e forth f r o m th e Admi n i s tratio n Buildin g o n The Hill ma n y th e tech. nical pape r s o f brillian t sc i e nti s t s a nd c h o l ars a broad whi c h in s t y l e a nd co mpo s iti o n are a direc t prod u c t o f Miss Moody s pain s takin g drills in those n eve r.t o .b e.forgotte n re sea r c h an d t erm p a p e rs-free. t o b e s ur e o f "glitt e rin g. gen e r a lities an d dingy platitudes. Wh e n e v e r w e t hink o r s p ea k of Kan s a s or t h e cla s ic, Dr. Mo o d y w ill m e l y co m e t o m i nd, f o r s h e s p o k e oft e n and w ith a certain n os t a l g i a o f the K a nsas farm wh e r e s h e was born and bre d and o f those K a n sas s umm e r s w h e n s h e fir t di scover e d th e fasc in a ti on a nd be a uty o f the G r ea t Book s S h e called h erse lf "Miss Moody." Y e t t o se ri o u s s tud ents w h o s h a r e d with her a lov e o f g r ea t lit e r a tur e as a key t o m a n' s fru s trati ons and triumph s i n thi s a n g r y a nd anx i o u s world, s h e w ill a l w ays b e Dr. Moody." A s s h e g oes s h e l eaves be hind a c ollege with a r oc k found a t ion, whic h s h e h e lp e d t o build sec urel y and f o r t h e future. A s s o we s ay n o t Goodbye" but "VA Y A CON 0 1 0 t o Dr. Moody. P art of ourselves goes with her. bu t h e r d y n amic. l a tin g i n flu e n ce s tays b e h ind. Thi i s th e m a rk of D o r o th y B. M oody and thi s h e r tri but e. 17

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Dean of Canal Zone College DR. CHARLES L. LATIMER To b e a p alt of a n e w o p e r atio n i s int e r es tin g, exc itin g satis f ying a n d fru stra tin g T kno w th a t m embe r s o f th e f ac ult y a nd th e s tudent b o d y h a v e ex p erie n ce d a ll th ese e m otio n s thi s yea r. It i s thrilling t o b e a part o f th e firs t junior cl ass in the Co llege-but a nlloyin g t o h ave a ll youI' classes in the a ft ernoon and e v e nin g. It i s a pleasure t o hav e a n e w l a b o r a t o r y but exas p era tin g w h e n the s ink s l eak. lL i s d e li ghtful t o study in a irconditio ned comf ortbut yo u r oas t w h e n th e a irconditio nin g syst e m goes off. It i s g reat to h ave th e a dditi o n a l courses whi c h the in c reased enro llm e nt brings-but t ro ubl esome t o wait l o n g -e r in lin e t o r eg i s t e r. It i s awe-in spiring t o see th e piles of n ew b oo k s ill th e libr a r y but they h a v en", been ca t a l og u e d a nd yo u ca n't tak e th e m o ut. In a se n se, h o w eve r we ca n co n s id e r tha t thi s yea r we a r e pi o n eers. Eve r yt11ing m ay o p e r a te m o r e s m oo thl y l a t e r but th e r e w o n t be th e s u s p e n se of th e impro mptu fire d rills, the wond e rin g a b o ut th e co mpl etio n da tes o f the d o rmit o r y a nd th e gy mna s ium a nd th e firs t play in th e a udit o rium. The Dean' s d es k i s th e ultim a te r eposito r y o f the m atte r s that go w r o n g w h ethe r m a teria l educatio n a l or p e r so n al. D aily, by s p eec h a nd w ritin g, I h ea r the proble m s a nd th e co mpl a ints-and atte mpt t o se t th e course t o a v oid a repetiti o n o f a procedura l proble m t o r e p air a m a teria l f ailure t o r eorient a p e r so n a l o utl ook. It has bee n g r atifying t o m e to n o te during thi s yea r of e du catio n a l tra n s iti o n a nd int e rnati o n a l cris i s t hat i n s tru c tor s a nd s tud e nt s h ave b ee n abl e t o co ntin ue with u leir teac hin g a nd l ea rnin g in a rel ative l y nor m al mann e r. and that th e prob l e m s bro u g ht to m e have ge n e r a ll y not b ee n th e trivial but th e vit al. W e will all r e m embe r thi s yea r -welln o t ju s t f o r ils proble m s b u t f o r its s u ccesses. An d w h ethe r yo u r emain h e r e n e xt yea r tra n s f e r t o a n o th e r ins tituti o n o r e nt e r the f i elds of wor k a nd m a rri age, I hope you will alw ays co ntinu e your e du ca tion a nd I wis h yo u s u ccess co mm e n sura t e w ith the e H o rt yo u put f o rth. 19

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DR DOROTHY B. MOODY, D ea n of Wom e n Dear San d y I t i s d i ffi c ult t o ca p s ulize t h e esse n ce of Dr. Mo o d y on pape r. S he i s n o t th e so rt w h o for ces he r p e r s ona lit y on tho se abo ut her. But [ exa m i ne d a s l ew of old Conquistadors fo r s i g n s of h e r a n d a s ke d adv i ce of va r iou s a nd sundry p eopl e i n cl udi n g o ne fa c u lt y m e mb e r who in turn a s ke d a clo s e f r i end of Dr. Moo d y t o co n t rib ut e. T hu s, this m a t eria l i s n o t d rawn e n tir e l y hom m y own o b se rvat i o n s A n d I think this fa c t makes it ring t r u e. A s ince r e r e m e mbr a n ce frol11 s o large a g r oup a s ollr s tudent body s h oul d n o t have the i deas of O ll e pe r so n a l o n e in it. S in ce r e l y yours A l a n P i pki n Of the y l a n g.ylang t ree t h e y say t hat i t s s weet b r eath will bri ghte n the da r ke s t s ou l and tha t if one of l ive l y fan c y li s t e n s t o the tropical r ain falli n g 011 its b l o sso m s h e may hear the sec r e t solutio n t o w h a t eve r myst e r y troub l es hi m for dwelling i n th e g r a in of i t s pal e wood are spirit s of kin d ness and w i s d om. So, I say, M i ss Moody has brus h e d away the web s of i g n o r ance that s h roud lov e l y v i s t a s ill t h e realms of J i l e ra ture a n d art. H e r casu a l t o u c h h as brought t o O Uf alte ntioll not m e r e l y the thi n g s whic h int e r es t e d h e r a l o n e, but all f ace t s of li f e t o ollr attention. S u c h i s the c harm of g reat tole r a n ce, a t o l eran c e that w as forme d in h er c h i l d hood days on a farm i n K ansas, a t o leran ce whic h broadened at Yale Unive r sity w h e r e s h e r ece ived h e r d oc torat e in E n g l i sh. H e r natural gifts for d irection and cl e v e r wit dim the cours e of classroom a n d w h e n the hOllr has finis h e d m ore than one been s t artl e d by t h e buzzer. But the r e i s n o gain saying t hat our NJis s Mood y b elieves one has t o work with literature reall y t o feel i t s s i g nifican c e ... t h e wise student was made aware of t h i s lon g ago. In con versation \\--ith her. some cat c h a g l imme rin g o f h e r b e i n g far ahead of the i r words and poss e ssing the kind o f tact not t o anticipate a loud. Thi s s a g a city i s drawn f rom ext e n s ive tour s of E urope a n d South America, from h e r se r v ice in Interna tiona l. from h e r l o n g participatio n in t h e Canal Zon e Coll e g e Club as m embe r and president. and mainly from t hirt y y ears o f t eaching in the Can a l Zon e Coll ege. S h e d elights in writi n g a r ticles and poetry and h er name a ppe a r s in (1711.0'5 (Pho 0/ Am e rican Women. For h er. the horizon n eve r b ega n a t th e w orld"s e d ge 20

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MR. SHEPARD S. CLA RK. D eall of M ell Theodo r e R ooseve lt ollce sa id. "If you wan t a job wel l dOlle. do i t yourse lf.' To e mpl oy thi s philosop h y in oll r e xpanding and intricat e indu s tri a l organ ization would be impossibl e. Th e pres id ents of large cor p o r a ti o n s mu s t d e l ega t e r es pon s i b iliti es. What c ri t e ria w i l l b e e mpl oye d in the se l ectio n of a ss i s t a nt s t o do the job? Firs t and for e m os t will be the questio n. i s the p e r son compe t ellt? Seco ndl y. i s the indi v idu a l s uffi c i e ntl y indu s tri o u s t o co mp l e t e th e pro j ec t irres p ec tiv e of ob s tacles? Wha tever field of s peci a lization you a r e pur s u i n g prepar e you rself ::,0 lhe question s ca n be answer e d affir m ativel y S.S.C. 21

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22 Secretar ies Perform Many Helpful Duties in Order to Take a Load From the Instructors MRS. ROCHELLE A. HEAD Orlando, Florid a A.A . Canal Z o n e Junio r College M ISS IRENE M ICHAELIS MRS. MARI A OCANA

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MR. JOSEPH P. KANE H er kim e r N Y. B.S .. Geneseo S t a t e T eac h e r s Col l ege: in Librar y Sci e n ce and EI. Ed. M.S . Syracuse in Libr ary Sc i ence The Library Is a World of Knowledge

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24 Accounting Offers Prestige and High Pay MR. SHEPARD S. CLARK Elmira H e i ghts, N. Y. B.S New Y ork U niv e r sity M.S. Ne w Y ork Univer sity

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Business Offers a Wide Variety oj' Opportunities MRS. MARY B JOURNEAY Cedar Fall s, I owa State College o f I owa B.S. in Comm. Ed. M.A. in Bu s in ess Ed. New York Un i versity 25

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26 DR. GLEN MUR P H Y Phillip s bur g Kan sas A .B. Bus iness Ed., C o l orado S i a l e College I.A. and P h D Bus i n ess Teac h e r Ed. Columbi a nivcr s ity

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Students Exercise Skills Ln Their O wn L angua ge M I S S MARGAR E T WHITMAN W ay n e Nebras k a \ V ay n e S t a t e T eac h e r s C ollege Northwest e rn U ni ve r sity U n i ve r s it y o f L o n d o n A .B.,

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Languages L ead to Better World Relations DR. JAMES H. J O HNSON W in s t o n-Sa l em No r th Ca r o lin a A.B., U niver sity o f North Carolina M.A. U niver s i t y o f No rth Carolin a P h D Univers i t y o f No r th Ca r o lin a

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MR BER N HARD A. H MOLLER H amburg, G erma n y B.A. i n Fre n c h Germa n Englis h B.S i n Eppe ndorf College H a mbur g 29

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3 0 Music International Language MR. V ICTOR A. H ERR E ve r e l l W as hin g t o n Eve r ett J r. College. D e n ve r Co lumbi a U n i vers i ty. T eac h e r s C ollege U ni ve r s i t y o f Co l o r a d o B.M . M .A.

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Math Today ... M i t JACQUES E. COOK Oa ) 1 011. Ohi o B.S .. i\linmi i\I.Ed .. O hi o Slale Univers ity Additi o n a l gr,H lual e \\ o rk. Idah o Un i n.'rsi t y ancl Indiana ni\'ersily 3 1

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Engineering Tomorrow MR. DEWITT E MYE R S Say r e P ennsy l v ania B.A. V alley Ci t y S t a t e T eac h e r s College M A W as hin g t o n S t a t e U niv e r sity

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f Keeping Apace W ith the National Fitness Progr am MR. MORRI S FINKELSTEI l\ C h arles t o n S. C. Newberry College, B S Geo r ge P ea b o d y College f o r T eac h e r s, M A \ \) .. 33

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34 College Offers a Well Rounded Athletic Program MISS PATRI C I A A. LEHMAN Aurora. Illin o i s Northwest Misso ur i Sta l e College. B.S Northwe s t Mi sso uri S t a l e College. M.S

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Confidence in One's Self Through Speech and Dram atics M R DONALD E. MUSSELMAN Hinda le. Illin o i s B.S . E as l er n Illin oi s M .A.. n iver sity o f Chicago 35

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3b E x p e riments in Laboratory Are a B asic Part of College's Scientific Courses M ISS MA RGAR E T M. GATEL Y B os t o n M a ssac hu setts A.B. Em m a n u e l College M.S . Bost o n College

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Social Studies Offer Social and Cultural Understandin g M R C H ARLES R BOWEN Logan Ohio B.S . B a ldwin Wallace College M .S .. Ohi o Stal e Univers ilr 37

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MR. CLARENCE R. VOS B URGH B.S .. Hamilto n Colle!!e M.A .. Columbi a LT .....

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MR. LORING WHITE New Brit ain Connecticut A.B.. M.A .. Univ. o f Conn.

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Class Officers PRESIDENT -Dick H ern SECRETARY T e rr y Aleman V ICE PRESIDEN T -Bev B owman TREAS RER -Libby Drennan SPONSOR -Miss G, 'ely

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B ILONI C K ANNE BOWMAN Junio r C l ass V.P . Pres. Bio logical S oc.. D elta P s i Omega. C heerleader. Int e r m ur a l s Y earbook. Val e ntin e f ormal Co m m .. Qu ee n C hri stmas F orma l C o urt. D ramatics. S.A. Sec.. Aqua. duc k s H all o f Fam e. S tud e nt A id MARY TERESA ALEMA D elta P s i Omega, Dramatics Tr op. Coil.. C heerleader. Sec. Junio r C lass. C h ris t mas F o rmal. Inte rmural s. lLiANA C. BERGSTRESSER EDWARD M. CONN MARY ELIZABETH DRENNAr\

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JOYCE GLOR E DIC K H E R N Junior C la ss Pres .. Sop h C lass V.P .. Baseball, Track. Ma r k e t Club. C h ri s t ma s F orma ll. 2. EDWARD EDDLEMAN ROBERT E. EGGLESTO ED IDOL Fo o t ball l e ll e r 3 yrs .. Bas k e tball 1 yr .. Y ea rbo ok, Sports Ed it o r 2 yrs. Boo k store M a nager 1 y r .. The Lark, Montserrat. The Pira t e R omeo and J uliet. Littl e i \ lary S un s h i n e. S A. A c ti v iti es l\lanager 2 y r s.. Student A ss i s t a nt Lang u age Lab. Chorus 3 y r s .. Tale n t Show. TV int e rvi e w T.e. 1 y r.. M.e Christmas F o rm al. B ea tnik Parl\' Dan ce D eco rat i on Chairman. 1 yr. CARLOTA JIMENEZ 43

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CURT SCHWARZROC K J O H N BATEMAN Ba,eball I. 3 Football 1. S t u d e nt A i d 2. C h ris tma s F or m a l Co nun. 1. 2. P a n Amer ican Club 1. 2. 3 L as Comm. 1. Dr amatics 2. H all o f F a m e 2. C horus 2. RAYi\10N D R. K IELHOFER Rifl e Team. BURTO F. MEAD BERNARD C R A I G M I C HAEL PETROSKY

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46 Class Officers PHESIDENT -Rlidy Blirda SECH ETARY-THEASUHER B e ck y Fussell V I C E -PRESIDEN T -Omar Roos SPONSOR -Dr. Johns o n

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DIANE J. BERGER Chri s tma s Form al Comm. 1. B i o l ogj c a l Soc i e t y 2. Sport s d ay 1. 2. Intram u ra l s l. 2. RODMAN F. BRAYTON FRANKLIN ASERON Bu s. i\l an. o f th e Conq ui stador. Phi Th e t a K a pp a 1. 2. Council 2. Trac k T ea m 1. 2. B as k e tb all T eam 1. S.A. Comm. C h airma n Las Cru ces. Comm .. H all o f Fame. Pro m COI1lIll . Greek Roman Dance. HENRY BARKER T rop i ca l ColJegian 2. T a l e nt S h ow 2. RUDOLPH A. BURDA Preside nt Sop h C l ass 2 D e lta P s i Omega 2. Phi Th e ta Kappa. P rom Comm. 2 C hairman Pub. fo r Tal e nt S h ow 2 St ud e nt Aid 2. Dramati cs l. 2. Bio logi c al Soc. 1. T a l e nt Show 1. E. ALLEN CARRIGO Baseball t ea m 2. 47

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JONATHAN D. CRAI G LUISA M. CRITCH Inter mural s P a n Am e r Club. Tropical Colleg ia n S t afr. ROBERT CHAN TOM COLLINS Pr es. S.A. 2. Pr es. Fr es h. C l ass Var sity Tr ack. T en ni s Pla ys. Formal Comm ROBERT J DA IEL Conqui stado r S t aff 2. C h orus I Rifle Club l. WOODY D E JEHNETTE

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AUTHUR DONAHUE KENYON DONA HEW DRUCILLA DE PIPER Intermura l s 1 Chris tmas For III a I Co mm. 1. Val e ntin e F o rma l Com lll. 1 Tale nl S h o w 1 2, Homeo and Julie t 1. S.A. Treas.. D elta P s i Omega 2 Drama t ics 2. Chorus 2. Boo ks t o r e 2 Las Cr u ces Comlll. JACK B. DEVORE D elta P s i Ome ga. TONI FISHER ELIZABETH FOS TER Phi T h e t a Kappa 1 C h ri stmas formal 1. Conquis tador S t a ff 2. Student A i d 1. 2. Chorus 1. Dramatics 1. 49

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REBECCA M. FUSSELL Inle nl1ura! s 1. 2. Pan A m erican Club 1. 2. Tropical Collegi an 1 2, Soph. C l ass Sec. T reas.. Phi Th e ta K ap p a 1. 2 PrOl'1l Com m 2. Las Cruces Comm.2. JEANNE B. H ALVOSA Ban. Comm. 2. Sport s Day 1. 2. Aqua. duc k s L 2. Inlermurals 1. 2. Bio l og i ca l So c i e t y 2. Pro m Com m 2. K. EUGENE FRAUENHEIM Foo t ball 1. 2. Baseball 1. 2. Phi Th e t a Kapp a 1. 2. C hri stmas f o rmal Comm. 1. 2. Vale ntine Formal Comm. 1. 2. JAMES FREEMAN M I C HAEL HANUSCHAK F oo tb all 1. 2 E n g Club 1 2 Las Cruces Comm. 2. Pan Amer. Club 2. JEFFREY S HARE F ootball 1. 2.

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JOELLA SUE JENKINS D e lta P s i Omega 1. 2. Dram a t ics 1. I n term ural s 1. CAROL LOUELLA K IMSEY S .A Treas. 1 Dram atics 1. 2. D elta P s i Omega I 2. Phi Theta Kappa 1. V P 2 FRANCES C. H INEK R ICHARD HIRSCHFELD 51

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RA YMOND H. LLOYD, JR. MARY L. LOPEZ DAVE LARRISON D ella P s i O mega 2. Football 1 2 Chor u s 1 2. Dra m atics 1. 2. Talent S how 2. STANLEY C HARLES GLENVILLE LEON, JR. Trac k 1. 2. LILLlA L DDY V a l e ntin e F orma l C o mm. 1 C ourt 1 Int ermural s 1 2 C o nqui st. Staff 2. Chorus 2. L'ls Cruces C o mm. 2. JAMES MAN II G

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K ATHER I NE McCUE Dram atics 2 Phi The l a Kappa 1 : Se c. 2. T a l e nt S h ow 2. Cha irm an De c. COIl1Il1. for Prom 2. R I C HAlW N IcNAn JEANNETTE THEODORE C. ",IARTI V.P. Eng. Club 1. 2. Swim T eam 2. RONALD E DO\' ,IELI Eng. Club I. 2. S wim Team 1. 2. L as Cruces COIllIll. 1. 53

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PAU L A. OLLlGES JAYNE R. OWENS KENNETH L. MORRI S LYDIA MOYA Phi Th e a Kappa. D e h a P s i Omega, Student Aid. RONALD PEARL Dramatics 1'. 2. D elta P s i Omeg a Chorus T a l ent S h o w 1 2 Coll ege Sym ph o n y Band Las Cru ces C omm" B eatnik Comm. CHARLES PARKER Bas k e .b al!. Base ball. Mark e Club.

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ALAN P IPKEN Talent Show 2 Yearboo k 2. Trop. C olleg i a n 2. FRA KLIN PHEITO S HEHHY ANN PEITY Chorus. Student Aid RICHAHO P IMENTO Eng. Club P res . P a n Amer. Club. EVGE E PUGH S H EILA HEY 'OLOS Chairman B ea tnik Dance 2. C h orus. 55

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R UPETT SAMUEL S BEVERLEY ANN SCHRODER C heerlea der 1. 2 Major e tt e 1 2 Aqu ad u c k s 1. 2 Intermural s 1 2 Dramati cs 1. Val e ntin e r ormal 1 2 Christmas f o rmal I. 2. S.A. R ep. 2. CARLOS RODGERS Pan Amer. Club., Eng. C lub, College Band. Talent Show. OMAR ROOS Dramatics 1. Eng. Club 1, V.P. 2, V .P. Soph. C l ass. Yearbook 2 Trop. C oli. 2. ANTHONY SCOrf! 0 Track Team 1. E con. Club 1 Pan Arner. C lub I. 2. E ng. C lub 1 2. JANET SMITH Chorus I 2. Pan Amer. Club 2.

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MAR Y STEWART G LLENN R SULLIVAN SHIRLEY A. SMITH I ntermural s 1 2. P a n A m er. C lub Choru s 2. Trop. Coil. 2. C h or u s Ora mati cs 2. FRED SNYDER RICHARD TAGAROPULOS ROBERT VENTURA 57

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RODNEY JAMES W INBORN S"'im t e am ] 2. Tenni s S.A. V.P. 2, Rifle Team Pan Amer. Club 2 Biol og i c a l So c .. Eng C lub 2. JOHN W ISE Eng. Club 2. Rifl e 2. JAY P. WARFORD Dram a tics 1. ELLE ELIZABETH WILSON Cheerleader 1 2 C hri s tma s Formal COlllm. 1 2 I ntermurals 1 2. MARIA EUGENIA YSEM JOSE DE UNAMUNO BURILLO

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GORDON BOSWELL DONNA DANIELS KEN ANDERSON NANCY BARTECCHI DARRICK DON LA SHEILA ENDARA D elta P s i Omega Plays. Mus i c Stud ent Aid. 59

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S H EILA M ITTEN GAR Y MORGAN CHARLES 'IIcFADDEl\ 'IJENENDEZ JI M POTTER KENNETH POLLACK 61

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C L ARITA THAYER Preside nt Phi The t a K a pp a Delta P s i O mega, Dr amatics. GORDO THOMPSON SANDRA JANE SALONICK J a mb o r ee Qu ee n I I C a rnival C o urt 1 C hri s tm as f o rm a l C o mm. 1, Spl as h Part y Comm. 1 Val e ntin e Fonnal C o mlll. 1. Tro pi ca l C olle gian S taff 1 Th e P i rate" 1 "Ro m e o and Juliet 1 C h orus 1 2, D e lta P s i Omeg a 1 2 Secre t a ry, D e lta P s i Omega 2 Secre tary, S.A 2 ': Littl e Mary Sun s hine 2 '".Me r c h a nt o f V e ni ce" 2 Conqui s ta d o r. Edit o r-in-Chie f 2. JOE SALTERIO ED WIRTZ CARLOS GARCI A DE PAREDES

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64 Class Officers PRES I DEN T Howard J o nes SECRE TARY B e tsy Mallo r y VICE PRESIDEN T K e n Klin e TREASURER Peggy F l ynn S P ONSOR -Mr. Vosburg h

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RICHARD ALI-lBORN JOAN AMMIRATI V ICTORI A EUGENI A ABAD JACQUELINE F ABADI MARILYi\ ANDERSOi\ YOLAi\DA C. ARCHER 65

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WARREN ASHTOi'i VICKILYNNE BALDWIi'i Student Aid E. ARNEZ GARY H ARNOLD ETHEL E. BAUMBAC H RALPH BOGGS

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E I S E NMANN B RANDO\". JR. C A R L D BRIDGES L Y i\N BOSWELL ROBE R T A. BOVELL FRA'IKLli\ BROOKS PAUL BROOKS. JR. b7

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YVONNE CECILIA B U RGESS DEE 8CIlKWALL IARY BRZEZI :\SK I RAY BelloA CA8ANILLAS V INCEl'\T

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JOH N C A STRO E CEDEi\ O NA!\,CY CARRIO!\' GEORGE CASIRA C HESELDI!\'E ADRIENNE C L ARK 69

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DAVE COHEN BRENDA COLLINS DALE CLARKE CAROL COFFEY CONNER JACQUELINE C OPPENHAVER

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YVONNE C RANE JOAi\ CROUCH ROBERT COWART GRACE CRAI G LJi\DA DANI ELS C HARLES DARCY 71

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H E RSCH ELL DEMPSEY CAHOL ANN DHENNAN MARYSOL DAVI S WCHAEL d e CMII' JAC K DUBHOFf ANITA EDm

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WILLIAM LEE ELDRIDGE: CARLOS A. ELETA. JR. L O I S PHILLI P EmIO;,(D STOi\ LYNNE EGGLESTON THmlAS ESQ IVEL 73

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:lIARGARET A. FLYNi'i \lART!:\ C HARLES FORRES T DDUGLAS FEENEY JOSE FCEN TE S M I C HAEL C. F ULOP

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H I C HAHD P. GERARDI OHOSMAN GONZALEZ GARCI A ADELA GERARDI RICHARD GONZALES i\IORRI S GLYNN GOrrlS 7S

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JAMES H ARRIS LESLEY HENDRIC K S GOULDING DELORES GREGG ALLA[\" HESTERS JOHN HINEJ..:

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JOHN JANSE N HOWARD JON E S E RNESTINA HOWELL JOS E O H ERTAS JOHi'( JOYNER ANNE KASKA 77

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ALLEN L KRAPFL POLLY L aGRA VE KENNETH KLIN E M ICHAEL KLASOVSKY DAN IEL H. LAIH EDMUNDO LEWI S

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MAR Y G. LOWE JANICE ILENE MABERRY HORACE D. LEWIS BRUCE LOVELADY BETIY ELIZABETH MALLORY 79

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V ICTOH MATTHEWS I S ABELLE JOHN DOUGLAS MART I PI NK I MEHCEH P A T

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NANCY MORE N C Y ANN N I T A GAR Y J OH N A R T H U R RONALD NURNBER G PMIELA OEDI N G 81

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PALOMERAS ROBERT PANZER P HYLLIS ALLEYNE JOH:\ J OHNNI E PARKER JAMES l\. PARSOi'\S

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C H R I S PETERSEN EDGAR POLK JUDY A. PE[\[Iil1\GTO:-" JOE PERRY CATHERI1\E PRICE REGINALD P I UNCE 83

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MIHIAM ILEANA RAMIHEZ REDMON D Llf\;DA RAGER CARLOS RAWREZ JR. GORDON REW RAFAEL REYES

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ANNE'ITE R YBICKI ANNE SASSO SUE ROBERTS FERNANDO ROQUER CURTI S SEARCY ROBERT S INGLETOi'i 85

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EUGENE DONNA SMITH H ELE N E. SMI T H N ORMA SMALL CAROLY N SMITH LE S TER SM I TH MARS H A SMI TH

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ALLEi\' S T E INER D IANE S TEP I -IENSOi\' SNYDER ROBERT STARR DANIEL STEWART CRAI G STO DNER 87

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CUilT I S W. T H OMPSOi\ ROBEilT T I IO;lI PSOi\ ROGER SUAREZ MARILY 1 T HOMAS KEN UNDERWOOD BARBARA UPTOi\

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LEO E. W E L C H PETE R WHITNEY PATRICIA VA \ DYKE PAT WATERS CHESTER W ILEY ROi\'ALD H W ILLOt.:GHBY 89

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tt4 Phi Theta Kappa The D e lt a Om ega c hapter of Phi The t a Kapp a. h o n o rary sc h o lastic frate rnit y for junio r co l l eges. was es tablis h e d at Ca n a l Zon e Co ll ege in 1 945, thro u g h th e efforts of Mr. S ubert Turby fill. I n orde r t o be co n side r e d for m embe r ship a student Illu s t b e t a kin g f ifteen o r mor e sem es t e r c r e dit h ours H e mus t n o L only have a t l eas t a 2.0 ( B ) ave r a ge, bUL h e mu s t s tand a cademi ca ll y in th e t o p t e n p e r ce nt of the s tud enL body. A m e mb e r mu s t b e o f g ood m oral c harac t e r and po ssess recognized qualiti es o f c iti zenship as judge d b y th e fac ult y Honora r y m e mb e r ship in Phi Th e ta K a pp a may be co nf erre d o n m e n and wom e n who h ave r ende r e d di s tin g ui s h e d ser vice t o mall kind:' The l a t e Mr. S ub e rt Turbyfill was the f i r s t t o be g i ve n h o n o r a l ) m e mb e r s hip in 19 49. S in ce the n seve ra l peop l e h ave re ce i ve d thi s honor: Dr. L aw r e n ce J o hn so n in 1950; e xD ea n R oge r C. H ac k etL in 1 954; Mr. S. E. E sse r in 1 957; Dr. G eorge E. Stri n g f e ll ow in 1962; Dr. C h a rl es L. L a tim e r in 1963; Mr. B I. Eve r s on in 1 963; and D orot h y B. Mood y in 1 964. Mr. J acq u es Coo k i s now th e frat e rnit y s p onso r a nd in 196 3 64 th e f ollowin g he ld offi ce : Clar ita Thayer, president; Carol Kimsey, v i ce-president; K atherine M cCue, ec r e l ary; L ydia Moya, treasure r ; and Frank Aser o n counc il m ember. Thi s yea r the group ce l e brated Found e r s D ay b y holdin g a soc i a l affair. At exe r c i ses h e ld March ll, 20 n ew m e mb e r s w e r e in iti a t e d. The address o f the day was g iv e n b y Colon e l D av i d S P a rk e r L i eute nant Governor of the Ca na l Zo n e.

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The p le d ges t o Phi Th e t a K appa a r e Maril y n And e r so n V e r onica Br es lin. Mary Br zezinski, Rud o lph Burd a i\l aria n C h esel dine David Co h en. Y vo nn e Crane. Ern es tin 3 H owell. Elizabe th i\l a U o ry, Carla Mee h an. Mar ga ret i\l o rri s. B o b ert P a nzer. Anne tt e Rybi c ki. All e n S t einer. D an i e l S t e wart R o b e rt Sing le t on Ursula Thomp so n P a tri c ia Van D y k e D onald a nd Maria Yscrn. P a t Calhoun gives th e ori gin o f th e fra t e rnity. Dr. 1\l oo d)' r ece ive s h o n orar y member s hip from C lari t a Thayer. The add r ess o f t he da\ i s given by Col. D av i d S. Parker. K a th y 1\I cC u e d escribes th e r ecog niti o n o f Phi Theta K appa. 115

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Delta Psi Omega D elta P s i Omega was organized 1\1arc h 20. 1929, as a n h o n orary dramatic fr a t ernity for the purp ose of prov idin g a n h onor s oc i e t y f o r those doi n g a hig h s t andard of work in dra m atics anei, through the ex p a n s i o n of D elta P s i O m ega amon g the colleges of th e United S t a t e s and Cana d a, of prov idin g a wider f e ll ows hip for th ose int e r es t e d in the college thea tr e. The Irat e rnit y i s n ot int e n d e d t o t a k e the p l ace of the r eg ul a r dramatic club o r oth e r produci n g g r oups, but as students qua lif y they are reward e d by e l ectio n 1 0 m embe r s hip in this s ocie t y For the p a s t yea r Mr. Donald Mu sse lm an h a s se rved a s Grand Direc t o r of the P a n allla Canal Ca s t whi c h was es t ablis hed in 1942. Las t year Eddi e u ldl e man was elec t e d S t age (cas t d i r ec t o r ) : Sand y Sal onic k Bus i n ess Manager (cas t sec r e t a ry): and Libb y D r e nn an. Head U s h e r (cast v i ce.pres id e nt ) The fir s t ite m 011 the a genda of t h e fr a t ernity for the year was se llin g co k es during the football seasoll. This ac t ivity was hig h l y s u ccessf u l. and it prompt e d the coffee s a les during the int erm issi o n s o f The F OTllas li c k s and The Ta/ ellt ShOlL In meetin g with th e s piri t of Chri s tm a s a pla y Amah! alit! th e Night Visitor.' wa s tr a n s l a t ed int o Spani h a nd tak e n t o t h e Childre n' s H os pit al. th e B ella Vi s t a Ch ildren's H o m e. and an orphanage in Panama. Durin g the s in g ing of Spanis h Chri s tm as ca ro l s g i f t s o f candy and to y s were di s t ribut e d t o th e g r a t e ful children. Th e s mil es of jo y a nd happiness tha t l i ghte d th eir fa ces made all of our hea rt s s w e ll a nd we kne w that our ha rd work had n o t been in vai n The fal l initi atio n was he ld o n D ece mb e r 23 a t the Tiv oli Glle s t H o u se in the F e rn R oom. A t thi s tim e the in itiates-Rud y Burd a J ack D e Vor e, Dru e D e P ipe!". S h e il a E ndar a, D ave Larri s o n H a n Lewi s, K a thi e McC u e, G"ylo rd Mow e ry H annie P ea rl. Bob S in g l e ton. C l a rit a Thaye r -too k the p l e d ge o f m e mb e r s h i p in o ne of th e n atio n a l h onor soc i eties ill dramati cs They unde r s t ood tha t o n e of the mos t important rules of the fra t ernity that a m embe r s h ould n o t ex p ec t f avoritis m in the a ss i gnment of r o l es or casting of play s H e mll s t b e broa drnind e d and lib e ral. a t a ll times lully co n ceding t o th e goo d j udgment of hi s direc t or. Membe r s hip also en t i tle, him to a s ubscription of Th e Playbill. a n a nnu al publi cation d evo t e d t o co ll ege pl ays a nd how t o s t age th e m. On r .. J,rua ry 27 a nd 28. w ith th e he l p o[ the S tud e nt A ss oc i a t io n a t a l e nt s how was produce d Both o r ga niza. I"fHllrlbllte d towar d s it s s liccess and a r e lookin g forward 1 0 next yea r 's new s how o f t a l e nt and faces. III \Iay. thr \ nllll a l College Drama Award s Banque t was h e l d in orde r to announce Ule winn e r s of the awards and a],o t o III ,UIU'e the [allowi n g year's offi ce r s This banqu e t h ad a d o ubl e pu r po se thi s yea r for it n o t o nl y crO\\ll c d our yl' I ':" work. but was the occas i o n fo r a s orrowful far e w ell t o our dir ec t or and spons or. Mr. :Mus elman. who lef t an impression ill o n e way or a n othe r upo n eac h of u s No other m a n will be ab l e t o t a k e his pla ce ill g i ving muc h o f him self f o r the goo d of his pr o t eges. and from LIS t o you. w e say, "Thank yo u Mr. \lus:,elman. from the b olto m o f Ollr hearts 116

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The Executive Council o/the Student Association The Student A ss o c i at i o n i s the m o s t import ant and effectiv e or g a lliz a ti o n at the college. The p urp oses of the S tud ent A ssoc i a t io n a r e to pro vide a forum for the stude nt express io n t o es t ab li s h a sOllnd pro g r a m of selfg ov ernment, and t o a ss i s t in the m a nagem ent of activitie s for the b e n e fit of the sch oo l and the co mmunit y Th e Student Assoc i a tion Ex ecuti v e Counc i l con s i s t s of Mr. C h arles R Bowe n s pon sor; the S tud e nt Association officers; the junior. s op h omo r e ; and fr eshma n cla ss office rs; and the r epresentatives of the variou s club s and extracurri c ular o r g an ization s Th e m e mb e r s of thi s g r o up have worke d indu s t riou s l y thi s year to a c hieve the man y goa l s whi c h they set for the msel ves The o ffi ce r s o f the St ud e nt Asso c iation a r e as follows : Preside nt Tom Collin s ; Vice -Pr eside nt Rodn ey Win born; S ec r e tary Sandy Sa l on i c k: an d Tre a sure r Dru e D ePiper. Th e ir s i s the r es pon sibi lit y o f k ee ping th e S. A. fUllctio nin g sl11oothl y Amo n g the man y activities of the S tud e nt A ss o c iation we r e t hose of orde rin g the college s wea t s hirt s and of pla y in g a part in the Tal e nt S how h e ld in F ebruary

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t 18 Biological Society The presen t Bio logi ca l Soci e t y was o r ga n ized three yea r s ago, a lt ho u g h there was a pr ev i olls Na t ura l Sc i e n ce Soc i e t y spo n so r e d by Mr. Geo r ge O. L ee, fo rm e rl y in s tru c t o r in Natura l Sc i e n ce i n the College Th e purpose of the Bio l og i ca l Soc i e t y i s t o pro m o t e a n a rd e nt int e r es t in th e mind s of future sc i enti s t s fo r a ll thin gs b i o l ogical. The s p o n so r i s Miss Ga t e l y The club ope ned it s acti v ities b y a n o rganizati o n a l meetin g a t w hi c h the new m embe r s wer e welcom e d i;!nd the following o ffi ce r s wer e e l ec t e d : Pr esident Beverly Bowm a n ; Vice-President, Annette Hybi c k i ; Sec r e t a r y-Treasurer, A m alia Cab a llill a s Durin g the year the s oc i e t y h a d the op p ortuni t y t o hear talk s give n b y se v e r a l leadin g sc ientis t s COlllman d e r Al a n Pipk i n p r esente d a v e r y inte r esting l ecture and film O n tropical p a r asites Mr. Anthony Mann s poke abo ut ma rin e bio l ogy and s h owe d u s his w o nd e rful film s o f life in the sea Dr. gave a f ill e J ecture O n his favor ite t opic, vir o l ogy and Dr. Natha n Gal e s poke o f hi"i many inl e resl i n g exp e ri e nces in the fi eld of veL e rinary m edic ine. All in all. the yea r was a :-.ucce:-.:,f U lone.

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PanA m e ri can Club B r i n g i n g a b out a b ette r u n d e r s t a n ding a n d knowl e dge o f the peop l e a n d c ountr ies o f the Am e r i cas i s th e p u rp o se o f th e P a n A m e r i ca n A ss oc i a t i o n ( fo r m e r l y P a n Am erica n Club ) T h rou g h o ut the yea r int e r e s ting f il m s a n d g uest s p ea k e r s w e r e presen t e d b y M aria Eugen i a G o nzal ez and h e r c omm ittee. One o f the m o s t inte resting s p eec hes was g i ve n by J ose T a pia p resi d e n t of t h e s op h o m o r e cl a ss of the Un i v e r s i t y o f Pana m a w h o presente d h i s v i e w s on the R e f orma Univ e r s i t a r i a (Univ e r sity R e f orm) In k ee pin g w it h th e Chri stma s spirit, a c ollectio n o f f oo d t oys a nd cl othing w as carrie d ou t b y L a uri e T ol e n d a no a n d h e r co mmittee. T hese don atio n s i n turn w e r e p resente d t o the A s i l o d e Infa n c i a a w e ll kn o w n o r ph a n a ge in P a n a m a A s a g r a n d fina l e t o the 6 3 cl u b year. T o n y S c o tti no a n d Mar i a Amado p l anne d a wee k end o lilin g i o t h e s u n n y beaches a t S a n t a C l a r a w h i c h was g r ea tl y e njoyed b y the club m e m be r s and g uest s Th e P a n A m e r i ca n A ssoc i a ti o n L h u s co nclud e d i t s activ iti es u n d e r t h e able s p o n so r s hip of Dr. J a m es J o h n s on. The 6 3 64 offi ce r s wer e J oe S a lt erio p r es i d e n t ; M a r i a Eu genia v i ce.preside n t ; L y d i a Mo ya, sec r e t a ry; M a ri a A m a do t r eas u r er. t t 9

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120 E ngineering Club A c qu ai n ting t h e m e m b e r s w ith the e n g in e e ring pr o f ess i o n a n d its o pp o rtuni t ies and d e v e l o p ing l e a d e r s h ip. a bility. and a deep se nse o f p r o f ess i o n a l e t h i cs a r e t h e f u n c tion s o f the En gineerin g C l ub. Th e pu r p ose i s t o a i d t h e s tude n t t o t a ke h i s pl a ce in soc i e t y n o t o n l y a s a t ec hnic a ll y traine d p e r so n but <11 S 0 as a w e llr ounde d c itiz e n i n h i s c ommu n i t y (tll d his n atio n P eriodicall y m e m b e r s o f t h e c l u b a r e g uest s o f d iffe r e nt o r g a nizatio n s a s they we r e d uri n g t h eir v i sit t o the dre dge i n April. S u ch ex p erie n ces h e l p the s tu d e n t b e com e a c q u ai n t e d w ith f a ce t s o f t he life whic h l a t e r m ay b eco m e h i s p rofess i on. The facu It y s p o n s o r f o r 1963 964 was Mr. B e r t S helton. The off icer, wer e R i c ha r d Pim e n t o p r es id e n t : T e d M a rti. v i ce p r es i d e n t: J o e S aIte r io, t r e a s u r e r ; Carlo s Roger:-..

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Canal Zone College Rifle and Pistol Club At th e beginnin g o f th e s eco nd se mest e r a group o f int e r es t e d s tud e nt s met in th e h o p e o f f orming a rifl e and pi s t o l club f o r the C a n a l Z o n e College Office r ; were e l ec t ed: Milt o n P a r so ns, pres i d ent; G il b ert F r e und. vice -pr eside nt; James P otte r sec r e t a ry; J o h n Park e r treas ur e r ; and B o b Ki elho f e r executiv e o ffi cer. Thr o u g h the efforts o r a numb e r o f indi v i du a ls, \\T e a r e well 011 ollr way t owar d es t a bli shing a firslcla ss o r ga nizatio n. Although n o a c tu a l m a t c hes have been f i r e d t h i s yea r. th e g r o und wo rk h a s b ee n l a id. A n agreem e nt has been w o rk e d Ollt wilh th e B alboa G u n Club g ivin g LIS access 1 0 th e i r s h oo tin g fac ili ti es. QUI' g reat es t achi e v e m e nt thi s year will be Ollr affjlia t in g w ith th e Natio nal Rifle As soc i a ti o n o f A meri ca. Affili a ti o n w ith th e Natio n a l Ri f l e A ssociatio n m ea n s a complet e s h oo ti ng p r ogra m f o r o u r clu b. It w ill give u s a c hance t o compe t e o n a n e q u a J ba s i s w i th many uni ve r s ities a nd colleges th ro u g h o ut th e U nit e d S t a t es. \Ve are now m a kin g prepar a t ion t o compe t e in a n u m be r of m a t c hes 1 0 b e fired duri n g th e n ex t yea r. C lub m e m be r s fo r 1963964 a r e M ill o n G P a r so ns, Gilb er'l F r ewld, l a mes P O ll e r 1 0h11 Parker, Ray. m ond R K icl h ofer. P a tri c k J. Ma h o n ey l ohn W i se R a l p h Sm ith l ac k B urn s Alle n Ca r r i go and War r e n A s ht o n 121

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Marketing Club The C lub o f the Canal Zon e Co ll ege was es tablis he d thi s p as t yca r und e r th e abl e g uidan ce of 1\11'. Lio ne l Zamore, faculty s ponsor and in s tru c tor in M a rk e tin g. Burton F Mead was e l ec t e d pres id e nt and Cu rt Sch warz r oc k was e l ec t ed sec r e lary of the Club. Th e purpo s e of the : Mark e till g C lub was t o inc r ease the m embe r s' knowl e dge of mark e tin g in our modern e c onomy a n d to carryon fun ctio n s whic h wou l d d i splay the r o l e o f mark e tin g in o ur e ver y day lives. Th e fun clio n s of th e Ma rk e tin g C lub Ihi s yea r includ e d a tour of Ihe Balboa Br e wer y, a Marke lin g Club Chri s tmas Party. co ll eclion of g ifts f o r the M atias Herna nd ez l\' l en t a l H osp it a l in Ihe R epublic o f Panama, a fi e ld Irip to Albrook Air F o r ce B a s e t o witne ss the laking off of th e U 2 pilot a fie ld trip to the Tra d e F air, !t tr i p thr o u g h th e Cana l o n the Santa Mariana. a Grace Lin e ship, and l ectures b y L. A F e r g u so n. Direc lor of th e Suppl y a n d C ommunity Ser v i ce s Bur ea u. a nd M i ss Hindi Diamond e dit o r a nd publ i s her of th e ma gaz ine P anama This llo n th. They l ecture d on Ihe s ubj ec t of Marke tin g in the Canal Zone and Panama. The \Tarkellllg C lub prove d t o b e the m os t effective and active c l ub at the Callal Zon e College thi s year. 122

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Book Store \ Vhat would thi s coll ege h e withou t t e xt s and other book s? To s uppl y thi s n ee d. a book s t ore was c reat e d. The upkeep of thi s book s tor e h as bee n the r es pon s ibilit y of Dru e D ePipe r and J anice S p e n ce r. Th e dili ge nt work of these two c heerful so p h omore s h as contribut e d mll c h t o c h a nge the dail y sc h oo l rou tin e A s one passes b y the b oo k s t o re, Drue a n d J an ice will e ith e r b e t a kin g inv entory or collectin g m o ney fr o m Ludents buying book s T h ey hav e a l so g i v e n a h e lpin g h and t o the S t ud e nt A ssoc i atio n b y ca lling t o s tudents from th e window to p e r s uade the m t o vo t e f or a cla ss rin g o r p i n B oth Drue and J a nice g l a dl y a n swe r a n y informativ e question s abo ut whi c h book s a r e o n th e s h e lf and w hi c h on es are b e in g o rd e r e d or a r e b e in g s hi pped a t th e prese nt t im e. II a nyon e need a tic k e t t o a sc hool fun c tion Dru e i s w i l lin g t o sell it and J anice is eage r t o co llect the mon e y. Want a d eca l or a s w ea t e r ? Ju s t go up t o th e b ook s tore W e, the s tud e nt body. are g r a t eful to you Dru e and J a ni ce for your unse lfi s h e ffort s and t i m e in h elping O ur coll ege

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The Canal Zone For the fir,t )l'lIr ill Ihl hi-t o r) of till' Callal ZOlll' Colll'1:\<'. II \ irillalh fulltime mll,ic teacher was a sian ed t o the staff. 'II'. \ i('tol' \ 11('1'1' ""_ appoinle d t o Ihe jol.. ahholl!,-h he ,till had dli lie, a l Balboa Hiah c h oo! 1'1", lOllllg \Iu,i" )) I " 'lm(,lIt had" h,,,) Will' durilll( 1 III cooperation "ith the Departm ent. tw o mu .... Il'al ... \H're ... t'lltl'd: I..ittlr 11m) 111I.,"ill(' nile! The \ ddilionnlly. h\O major were O'iven at and 111 tlw ... pring. Tilt' COIH.'('lt "ill he 1'('111('11111('1'('<.1 fot' the Bach cant a ta. -. nto Child I s B o rn. ilh a "oIlIlIlUlli l ) ord,c_ I ",,: "The Lillll D rullllllcr Ho) and Ihe cOlltribu ti on of the "j'. Iemorable rhe ... ron('t'll \\i1:oo IHlIsiralh yltl'inble. including: River:-a chont from COl' olerin Rusticuna. 124 College Concert Chorus a nd s peci a l renderings by th o e tw o yOWlg men of notes, Frank Pre ll o an d Bill n yder. Anoth e r musical hi ghlig ht of the yea r wa th e fir.t tanal Z o ne Music F e liva l h o t e d b y the Canal Zon e Colle ge. It was g reat fun to mix mu ically with representative s from all the Canal Z one secon d a r y s h oo l s. Nor to he forgollen soon wa the pep band under th e tudent direction of R andy Coelaslire. For the firs t time w e had a band made lip of exclu ively College mu icians. What they l acked in virtllo it y they more th a n made lip for in spirit. 125

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126 Tropical Collegian Th e Tropi c al Coll eg ian the lite r a r y ma g a zine of the Can a l Zon e Coll ege w as s tart e d in 1937 by the the n S up e rint ende nt o f S c h o ol s, Mr. B e n M Wi lli a ms, and Mr. Ro ge r C. Ha c kett, a m e mb e r of the college fa c ulty w h o l a t e r b ec am e D ea n of the College Th e publi c ation h as app e a r e d monthl y or bi m ont11ly eve r since. During m os t of the twenty -sev e n yea r s of its ex i s t e n ce, Dr. l\rfoody has b ee n the s p o n sor. In 196 0 B etly Smith tilel1 e ditor introdu ce d the practice of h avin g a mag azin e mad e from duplimalS. Thi s form i s mu c h more p r o f ess ional-l ooking tha n the m imeograph e d s h eets form erly useel. [n 1963 64 D av id Coh e n was e ditor with J ac k Dubroff as his able chief assi s t an t ; Beck y Fu s sell w a s the h a r d-w o rki n g pr o du ction m anager ; C aroly n M c Gan n the bus y c ir c u l ation manager. Reginald Prince P aule tt e E l i a, and H enry Bark e r did e x cellent a rt work for the p e riodi c al. Mic hael d e Cam p was a v e r y goo d s ub e d itor, whil e D ee Burkwall, M a r y L o u i se Lop ez, Pat Wat e r s and oth e r s we r e fin e t echni ca l ass i s t ants and t y pi s t s An int e r es tin g featur e o f this yea r 's i ss u es was a series of ill u s tr a t e d biogr a ph i ca l s k e t c h es o f m embe r s of the f ac ulty, pre par e d b y J ac k Dubroff with fin e dra wings b y Regina ld Prince.

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H e thinks h e's F r e d A S l a ir e Get Acquainted Dance Wh e r e s Fr a nk ? Th ey look well ac q ua int e d I 128

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So m e o f the fin e y o u n g m e n present . o o p s No c a pti o n n e cess a r y Con v e r s atio n o u tside th e barbe r s h op and a ,"ear s supp l y o f G ill e tl e r a z o r bla des" 130

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Christmas Ball ;.'" -. Cor o nati o n of Qu ee n Terr y I Queen T erry I a nd esco rt Warren J ones.

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"'I'm not so s ure thos e are so f t dri nk s.'" t!I m waiting f o r Santa C l au s:" I,., \likt, (Oontemp l a tin g a kiss? 132

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E\' eryo n e danc es t o that p opu lar cumbia -YVhite Chri s tm as! I "And Lhe F a rm e r t old Lhc Traveling Sa l es man. 'Yes but .. 1 '1 It' / .. . A littl e fanc), foot work 1 -T ab l e No, 3 e xposed 133

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Last yea r's Quee n Ruby B aco t c r owns C a r o l Cof fer. as Pi o a nd Lloyd l oo k o n Th e r oya l Kin g and Quee n and their H o p e it fit s!-' 135

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Eddie Eddleman a s "Chie f B rowl1 B ear" "Someon e come"' Little Mary Sunshine R o n L ew i s a s "Ca ptain Big Jim Warrin g t o n and Pi o Schult z Bob Sing l e t o n Gay l ord M ow r ey, R andy Coclasure. Rud y Burd a. Edd i e Con n R o nni e Pearl. Jim Mannin g. a nd Dann y George a s the "s t o ut h earted" F o r e s t R a nger s The firs t mu s i ca l play prese nt e d b y th e n e w Ca n a l Zon e Co ll ege ope n e d on Nove mb e r 12 a nd pl aye d throu g h th e 28th. Littl e Mar y Suns hin e was a p i ece o f d e li ghtful inn o ce n ce whic h t oo k u s ba c k t o a fanne r tim e a nd to a worl d that n eve r was Littl e Mar y b eca m e k ee n satire in th a t it was pl aye d in all se ri o u s ness; th e actors s poke and san g a s tho u g h they h onestly b e li e v e d in eve r y wo rd. Littl e t ells LIS o f a g r ou p o f Forest R a nger s a nd the ir d a ngerou s mi ss i o n tha t of c ap turin g a d a s t a rdl y I nd i an Yellow Fea th e r ( Ed Id o l ) w h o i s hidin g ou t in th e b oo nd oc k s o f Colorad o n ea r a mort gage .ridd e n h o te l known a s the Co l ora do Inn. Thi s inn b e l o n gs t o Littl e Mar y, o ur e v er-s m ilin g, e ver-te nd e r ever-love l y h e r oine (Sandy Sa l o ni c k ) Ev e ntu a ll y, of cours e e v e r y thin g e nd s h a ppily, with eac h c h a r ac t e r findin g a s uit ab l e mat e. 138 C hi e f Br o w n B e ar excla im s how it i s b ette r t o f i ght w ith T o mahawk tha n l aws uit.

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Sandy Sal onic k a s ::Little Mary Sunshine wel comes the For e s t R a n g e r s 1 0 the Col o r a d o 1nn. C larita Thaye r a s Twi n kle," Little lVl a r y s maid. (an E a s t e rn schoo l girl h eing provid e d for eac h F o r es t R a n ge r ) and Bill y J es t e r (Ed C onn ) unitin g with hi s fi c kl e l ove Na n cy T w inkl e (Cla rit a Th aye r ) Chi e f Brown B ea r (Eddi e Eddle m a n ) sees jus ti ce d o n e whe n th e U S G ove rnm e nt g i ves hilll a d ee d t o th e Inn and r eceive s a h a pp y s urpri s e w h e n hi s d ea r fri end Fl ee tfoot ( J ac k D e V o re) i s r e unit e d with him. Littl e M a r y and the brave h e r o Bi g Ji m" W a rin g t o n ( R o n L e wis), ai-e unit e d in Illutual bli ss t o Lhe strains o f th e "Col o r a d o L ove Call," and the s how e nd s w ith a s m as hin g fin a l e f ea turin g e nthu s i a stic Ilagw aving a l a G e or ge M. C o h en. M a d a m e Ernes tin e," lVII's. R o l se exp l ains tha t a f o r es t range r s h ould settle down with a w if e a n d h o m e Captain Jim t ells Lit tIe Mar y how g l a d h e i s t o v i sit h e r onc e a g ain. 139

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Th e g irl s from E as t c h es t e r finis hin g S c h ool. K a th y i\l cCue C a r o l Kimser Sue O s b o rn e P eggy Fly nn. a nd Ch arlotte G eo r ge. p la y croq u e t and s w i n g w hil e th e r a n gers g r ee t them. 140 Ed Conn a s C o rpora l Billy J es t e r t ells N a ncy th a t o n ce i n a blu e moon h e would n e v e r l e m e h er. Libb y Dr e nnan. Car o l Kim sey Kalh y l\l cCue Orn e O e Pip e r. P eggy Fly nn. Charlo ll e C . a nd Su e O. play c r oquet.

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Mr. D o n i\ l u ss ciman. direc tor J a c k D e V o r e a s "Fl ee tf oot" ac t s as Capta i n Jim s guide Mr. Vi c tor H err d ir ec t s th e o r c h estra. composed of B e t sy i\l aliory R alp h Sm i th. and S h e i l a Endara. 141

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If' E\ ') ,,-I '-I .. J .............. Kat h y l\IcC u e. Carol Kimsey_ Sue O s born e. Libb y D re nn an Sandy Salo ni ck, Drue D ePipe r and P eggy Fly nn ex claim a b ou t "Nancy" as s h e prepares t o di sg u i se h e r sel f as an India n t o go in sea r c h o f Billy. Th e g irls scold h e r f o r b eing a n a u g hty. n a u g ht y Nancy." E d I d o l as Y ellow Feathe .... jumps Captain Jim. Th e final e of th e fir s t act. in w hi c h th e lad i es and r a n gers ask Littl e Mary t o loo k for a s k r o f blue. ...

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A s urpri sing l y diffe r ent a vont-garde mus ical p l ay, op e nin g o n ] anual1' 1 4 a n runnin g throu g h the 1 8th, was the next th ea tri ca l offe rin g of th e College The Fantast i cks, a rare co m b in atio n of com e d y roman ce, a nd s ym boli s m calle d fo r unus u a l s t aging, It was pre sente d in the three quarte r roulldn on a b are platform a t o n e end of the audito riulll Th e cas t o f o nl y seve n singe r -ac t o r s s tayed on the s t age w h ethe r inc lud e d in the sce n e o r not. Th ey work e d o ut th e whim s i c a ll y t ende r p l o t b e for e a s i mpl e se t con s i s tin g so l e l y of a l a r ge fad e d dra p e ry, one b e n ch o n e s t e pladd er. o n e prop e rt y box, and a cardboa rd moon. O u t s t anding s o l o s and c h oruses, oI t e n w ith effective d a n ces, range d in mood f r o m the se ntim ental t o the s ini s t er. th e w i s tful t o the b lase. the ludi c r o u s t o th e trag i c Th e son gs contain so m e of th e w itti es t l y rics and the mos t ing r atiati n g m e lody h ear d o n t h e mus i c s t age in r ecent seas o n s. Th e plot tr ea t s o f two f a th e r s w h o arrange a m a rri age betwe e n the i r offspring w hil e all th e tim e pre t e ndin g t o o ppo se it. Th e medd lin g t wosome was p l ayed b y D o n Wil c ox as Th e Girl's Iath e r. a nd Gaylord Mowr ey as Th e B oy's I a u ler. Th e ide a li stic young l ove r s w e re p ortrayed b y Car o l Kim sey as Lui s a an d Norm Ca rp en t e r as Ma tt. R o n L ewis pl aye d th e d a s h in g but cynica l b a ndit E I Gallo and a lso se r v e d as th e n a rrator. M ik e Koch e r was a n e i g ht yea r o ld S h a k es p ea r ea n ac t o r. and B o b Sing l e t o n a n I ndi a n with a c ock n ey dialec t. Hi s s p ec i a l ty was s p ec t acular d ea th sce n es. B ill y Wi lli a m s as Th e Mut e, w ith his exagge r a t e d Lincoln esque hat contr ibu ted man y pl easa nt bit s o f Ia nt asy. T h e autumn i s over. V;rinte r c o m es, brin ging snow-an d w i s d o m And the Narra t o r c l o ses the s h ow w ith a r e prise of h i s op e nin g s o n g : 144 D ee p in D pcembe r it's ni ce t o R eme mb e r: Without a hurt th e h e art is h o ll ow. Deep in D ece mb e r our h e arts s hould R e m e mb e r and follow.

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ill WiHia m s as Th e M u t e Neve r Say No Ga y lo r d lVJowr ey as The G irl 's f alher a n d ) \lIr. Wilcox as T h e B oy's f ather. Car o l Kim sey as The G irl wanl s t o l e t h e r h a i r dow n and swi m in a clear b l u e s t ream j u s t o nce: 145

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146 Ma lt (Norm Ca r pen ter) t ells Lui sa ( Ca r o l Ki msey) tha t s h e i s m o r e v ibra nt th a n a r ose a nd lh a t there a r e no word s t o d esc rib e h ow wond e rful s h e i s Their l ove mu s t b e ma d e ove r the w all lh a t th eir f a th e r s built t o k ee p th e m a part. Th e s ti c k h e ld b y The M ut e ( Bill y Willi a ms) represe nt s th a t wall. Th e B oy's fath e r (Gay l o rd Mow r ey) r e primand s him for alway s b e in g n ea r th e wa ll. The Girl lis t e n s to the i r f e ud app rehe n s ively.

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Th e r a p e o f Th e G irl i s p e rf o rm e d b y a n o ld actor ( Mike Ko c k e r ) an d h i s Ind ia n s i d e k ic k ( B ob S i n g l e I on L Th e bo y d espe ra le l y Iri es 1 0 s l o p Ihe m This fap en i s m e r e l y a n abdu c ti o n Th e battl e i s ove r as EI Gallo ( R o n Lewis) i s s lain. H o w ever th e I ndian d oes not di e so easily and co m es a live 1 0 wiln ess th e superb d e a lh o f th e g alla nt bandit. Th e b oy i s t r ium p h a nt. bu t th e g irl i s so m ew h at sorry Iha l th e event h ad to e n d. 147

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a L ove you are l ove b ette r far th a n a n y m e t a phor ca n ever b e." D o n o t look a t u s as w e are, s ir. T h e m a n who d i es, di es. "Now the r e will be a happ y e nding." E I Callo di es m a jest ically." 'Die agai n Mortim er. Die aga i n .'

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1963 Jamboree Queen for Devils ,-, I ;. f ." T e r ry Aleman 150

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, ) 1963 Jamboree Queen for the Cobra s , f I Carla Meeh an i T 1 , 4 I I I , 151

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Mr. Canal Zone College Tom Collins 152

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Miss Canal Zone College Druc illa D e piper 153

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Most Industrious Sand y Salonick Frank Aseron 154

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Most Tal e nt e d Car o l Kim s ey "Soft you now! The f a ir Oph e l ia." 155

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Most Talented Frank Pr e teo 156

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Most Popular Joe Salterio Lill y Ludd y 157

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Best Dancer Pio Schult z Rub y Ba cot 1 5 8

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B est -Dressed Rodney Winbom She ila Mitt e n 159

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Wittiest Jeanni e Hal vosa Ton y Scotti no 160

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Friendliest -I: .. Mi c ha e l Hanus c hak R ebecca Fuss e ll 161

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BestLooking Kath y McCue Bob Bowen I b2

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Most Athletic fell Leon Caroly n Da vis 163

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Most Intellectual Clarita Thaye r Marcos M e n e ndez 164

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Til I N K'" O.K. Boys. \Vhe r e Arc I h e Cards? "If You Kne w That I Kne w That You Kne w You Wouldn t Kno w at All. T.E.1. A 1 11 I,,!

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Eh!!?? This Picture Proves That Cut-o Blades Are Better. 167

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But l\1r. S h elton. witl it r e p l ace C h ane! No.5? Frank Pre lt o y s u conjunt o L. t o R .: Ed I d ol. R a l p h Smith. Carlos R odge r s a nd fra nk. 168

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--You 100 ca n h ave a soft belly lik e mine. Use Softo-Gut Oil:---Thi s i s whal Soflo-C ul did fo r me_ plu s a f e w ga l l o n s o f beer:-"That's ri g ht. folks_ m a k e Ih a l firs t d own lik e th e p ros_ Bur S OF'TO-CUT T o d ay!" 169

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170 In an Unfinished School There Are Many Pieces of Unfinished Furniture!

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172 Compliments of CURUNDU BEAUTY SHOP Manag er: TI NA STEFANOU Telephone: 83-21 13 '-! I '-Compliments of CURUNDU BARBER SHOP Compliments of CURUNDU DRESS SHOP Manager: ROSA NELSON Telephone: 83-6266 I { I } I I '-} ( I / 7 < 'I I..--\. l '-

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Compliments of ALBROOK, CLAYTON, AND KOBBE BEAUTY SALONS Compliments of ESSO STANDARD OIL S. A. LTD. Canal Zone Compliments of CURUNDU CAFETERIA Telephone: 83-5254 173

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174 .,-.-.. .. .. .. ..... -.. .. .. !. ....................... . .... .................... Telefono 2 -4736 Apartado 8105 /..u -7)i -qza ftta Calle Estudiante 18-56, AI Lado Del T eatro Central _______________ ______________ INDUSTRIA NACIONAL DE BORDADOS Y CONFECCIONES Nos especializamos en la confeccion de uniformes para trabajadores en general Letreros e insignias bordados PHOTO SERVICE BOX 911 -TEL. 83-5219 CURUNDU, C Z. Central Lab Curundu 5219 Daily Pick up, all P. X.'s Fast Service and Top Quality PICTURES Portrait -Wallet -Groups -Copies Photostats PHOTOFINISHING -Custom Framing License PIX while U wait

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M essage From t h e Editor Th e Hook i, co rnpl e l e d and Ihe s c h ool yeaL' dL'a,, s 10 a cIo,e. Tlri ; ear. 1963196 k o n c e liv e d. ca n neveL' he I'eli\c d





















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