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.

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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.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 472468547
lccn - 2009229561
System ID:
UF00095973:00031


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personality, a clever wit, a perfected tact. He is stern
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in preparing his students well for the business world.
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Clark.


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deep consideration for the feelings and needs of those


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Supervisor of Music


Miss Marilyn Flynn
Coordinator of Special Education

Dr. Charles Latimer, Jr.


Dr. Kenneth E. Lake
Coordinator of Curriculum

Mr. John S. Pettingill
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Mr. David A. Speir, Jr.
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Mrs. Frances F. Sampsell
Supervisor of Instruction,
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Mr. Theodore F. Hotz
Superintendent U.S. Schools

Mr. Lawrence E. Horine
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students and faculty of the College--both in and out of the
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part, has experienced continued growth this year in all areas. The
"settling in" phase of our relatively recent occupancy of the La
Boca campus has taken place, and now the always continuing
process of seeking excellence in the areas of education offered
for the training of men and women in scholarly achievement and
service can again receive our undivided attention and energy.

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motivated by the best ideals.

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year for many different reasons, and on behalf of the faculty and
staff-best wishes in future endeavors.


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SECRETARIES OF THE OFFICE


Mrs. Barbara Thurman

. Miss Aurora Fernandez


Oklahoma

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The Student Aides


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Mrs. Winnifred Ewing


Mr. Edward F. Leyba


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Mrs. Ewing has been our housemother for

22 years. She first taught at Alas Cascadace


for two years during the construction of the
Canal. In 1908 she taught at Ancon as a 4th
grade teacher. On the end table can be seen a


painting
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MR. SHEPARD S.


CLARK


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


Business in the future is going to be operated
and controlled to a large extent by computers. In
order to program the computers it is essential,
for many areas of industry, that the student have


a knowledge of the Principles of


Accounting


and Mathematics. Also to understand the opera-
tion of the computers, one must offer a course
in "An Introduction to Computers."
Mr. Shepard S. Clark
Chairman


Sepatmrtnent


MR. IRVIN H. LESSER
Baltimore, Maryland
B.B.A. University of Miami
M.B.A. Indiana University


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MRS.


MARY B.


JOURNEY


Cedar Falls, Iowa
B.S. State College of Iowa
M.A. New York University
Treasurer of C.Z. College Activities


Part Time Teachers:


Mr. Corco


Mrs. Everton
Mrs. Jeffrey
Mr. A. Jenkins
Mr. McGill
Mr. Michlin
Mr. Teeter
Mrs. Travis
Mr. Wilcox
Mr. Williams
Mr. Young


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MR. ARTHUR A. HONEA
Longview, Texas
B.B.A. North Texas State University
M.B.A. North Texas State University
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Nebraska
A.B. Wayne State Teachers College
M.A. Northwestern University


MR. JOHN PAUL MARSHALL
Panama, Nebraska
B.S. University of Nebraska
M.A. University of Nebraska
Tropical Collegian, Bridge Club


C. R. VOSBURGH


Warsaw, New York
B.S. Hamilton College
M.A. Teachers College,
Columbia University


The whole world opens to us through the


skills of communication.


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ANNIS


DR. FRED


EDWARD


Omaha, Nebraska
B.S. Kansas University
M.A. Kansas University


WING


Jellico, Tennessee
A.B. Morehead State College
M.A. Morehead State College
Ed.S. George Peabody
Conquistador


MR. H. LORING WHITE
New Britain, Connecticut
A.B. University of Connecticut
M.A. University of Connecticut
Pilots Club


enjoying


these


our sister


skills together with
arts, "the intelligent


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JAMES HENRY


JOHNSON


Jsiine


At


Winston-Salem, North Carolina
B.A. University of North Carolina
M.A. University of North Carolina
Ph.D. University of North Carolina
Pan-American Association


A better understanding of the world through languages.


DR. ROBERT A. KENNEDY
Birmingham, Alabama
A.B. Millsaps College
B.S. University of Alabama
M.A. Peabody College
Ed.D. Florida State University
Freshman Class Sponsor


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MISS PATRICIA A. LEHMAN
MR. HORINE


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Brooklyn, New York
B.S. Newberry College
M.A. George Peabody College
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MR. NORMAN B. ALTENBERG
New York, New York
B.A. George Pepperdine College
M.A. Los Angeles State College
Phi Theta Kappa


MR. BERT J.


SHELTON


Panama City, Republica de Panama
B.A. Colorado School of Mines
M.S. Oregon State College


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MR. CHARLES E.


COURCHAINE


Fall River, Massachusetts
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latehnmatits


How do the subject areas of Natural Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology
aid a student "In Meeting the Challenge?'


Unemployment
employment will


among


young


rise rapidly


people


during


is already


present


high,
decade.


and the number
Simultaneously,


seeking
changing


technology will make increasing demands for highly trained people.


The number of


persons in the United States reaching ai
million or 36 percent increase over 1964.


ge 18 during 1965


will be


3.8 million,


These young people will be completing high


school, entering the labor force, entering college or seeking some type of


training.


Those without


create


major


problems


our economic


additional
and social


institutions.

Most young people are not aware of the occupational requirements of the future.


There has been a decided transition


from an


economic era based


on manufacturing


activities to an era emphasizing service or non product activities.


The U.S. Department


of Labor estimates that, by 1970, 10.7 million additional persons, an increase of 43 per


cent will be employed


as professional and technical workers.


The National Industrial


Conference Board,


1,954,300 by
January, 1960.


Inc., states that the need


1970, an increase of


engineers


and scientists will


almost 800,000 over those actually


employed


There will be a need to replace 215,100 engineers and scientists who


will retire, die or transfer to other occupations by 1970. The total jobs to be filled will,


therefore, be 1,012,100.


The projected net supply of new persons entering these fields


is expected to number only 764,000 during the 1960-1970 period, resulting in a shortage


of 247,500 !!! We will need 107.3% more mathematicians,


98.3%


more physicists, 90.1%


more medical scientists,


88.2%


more biological scientists,


68.3%


more metallurgists,


67.3%


more agricultural


scientists,


67.2%


more


engineers,


63.8%


more


chemists,


42.4% more physical scieni
areas require a study of


25.4%


more geologists and geophysicists!!! All of these


the subjects offered in our


department of


natural science,


mathematics, and engineering. For those that are seriously contemplating their future, there


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MR. DeWITT E. MYERS
Sayre, Pennsylvania
B.A. Valley City State Teachers College
M.A. Washington State University




Part Time Teachers:
Mr. Jenkins
Mrs. Kohan
Mr. Otwell
Mr. Swehla


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MISS MARGARET M.
Boston, Massachusetts
A.B. Emmanuel College
M.S. Boston College
Biological Society


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MR. CHARLES R. BOWEN
Logan, Ohio
.B.A. Baldwin-Wallace College
M.A. Ohio State University
Student Association


Part Time Teachers:
Mr. Bussiere
Mr. Chappell
Dr. Cortner
Mrs. Deaver
Dr. Grossman


Mrs. Laitman
Dr. Lake
Mrs. Moore
Mr. Rousseau
Mr. Speir
Maj. Sucher


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history, his relationship to his environment, his under-


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relationships


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fellow-


men, his struggle to survive, his mental processes, his
beliefs about his origin and his role in the universe,
and his accumulation of knowledge.

In meeting the challenge of the Future, it is of
the greatest importance that we first be able, here
and now, to justify our presence on this earth. Social


Science fills in the background for us.


We are thus


able to establish our biological and cultural identities
and to evaluate modern man as the product of his
heritage.


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Dear Diary:
I've never bee
Canal Zone Coil
the Sophomores


September 1963


n so confused as when I registered today at
ege. The scheduling was quite difficult, but
saw us through. We are the first Freshman


Class of a brand new college constructed in La Boca-the
picture windows lend to a gorgeous view of the Canal. Every-
body is talking about the Get-Acquainted Dance next Saturday
-it's sure to be a lot of fun.


Dear Diary:


I went to a fantastic hootenanny tonight.


October 1963
The committee


decorated the phone booths in the lounge as outhouses-on
each half-door appeared a crescent cutout with the word "Ma"
or "Pa." Colored lights illuminated the ceiling. We were
entertained by college folk singers, high school trios and guitar
players, and 2 interns from Gorgas. And this fuzz constantly
floated down from those plant decorations stuck on the walls.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall entranced" us with their technique in
jazz. Dave Cohen won first prize for his beard.


A view from the College


Dear Diary:


November 1963


In the Spotlight were announced the mid-semester exams-
somehow we pushed through. Thanksgiving weekend is com-
ing! I went to the Palm Bowl Game with that doll I've been
admiring. We yelled so much that our voices were lost the
next day. But Mom's delicious turkey dinner made up for
that. Some of the gang went to Santa Clara for the remainder
of the weekend. Monday came, and I didn't open a book.


The Annual Palm Bowl Game


Dear Diary:


December 1963


Everybody is looking forward to that week and a half of
relaxation. Mr. Herr, as conductor of the Christmas Concert,


did a splendid


job on


"Little


Drummer


Boy." The


next


evening was the Christmas Formal, Fantasy of the Sea. Lucho
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1965


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Dear Diary:


January 1964


It is 1964-a new year with new resolutions.


I returned


to college with a mighty tan and thoughts of the one who
left to the States. I studied hard for those three weeks before


finals, relieved when it
already.
Dear Diary:


was through. One semester has finished

February 1964


Our class is sponsoring the Valentine Formal.


We decided


on Fly Me to the Moon and cut hundreds of stars. We spent
all day hanging the stars and pinning them to the curtain in


the auditorium.
suspended the hi


The ceiling nearly came down when Peggy
uge heart. That evening cupid's arrow struck


every heart that passed through his


gates.


month Jack staged a variety show of great


At the .end of the
success.


The Variety Show


Dear Diary:


March 1964


Phi Theta Kappa initiated the top 10% into the honorary
scholastic fraternity. It seemed to inspire us to study a little
bit harder. Easter is here . it's that time of year when the
beauty of nature is laid before us, that time of year when our


thoughts turn toward God in appreciation for all


we have.


Our joking Master of Ceremonies


Dear Diary:
The Delta


preparing f<
Shakespeare.


Psi Omega,


3r that
Under


drama


celebration,


Mr. Musselman's


raternity, w
the 400th


as sure busy
birthday of


able leadership,


Shakespearean Festival was more than a success. Ron Lewis


characterized the "Merchant of Venice


and Gaylord Mowery


excellently portrayed "Hamlet." The stage consisted of a
platform running the entire length of the auditorium with


construction set-ups at each end.


iilieto


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Dear Diary:


September 1964


I was glad to begin college once more-that summer job
was getting quite monotonous. This year I was glad to help
the Freshmen register. I noticed the many new faces among
the faculty and welcomed them warmly to our college. That
line at the Book Store never seemed to diminish. The train
ride to the Jamoboree was a lot of fun.


Dear Diary:


October 1964


I -. After the rainy football game against the Bulldogs, we sat
S* on floor mats in the college auditorium and thoroughly enjoyed
a hootenanny. A Masquerade Ball was held on goblin's day-
Frankenstein scared away the witches while the Playboy Club
members pursued Cleopatra and the roaring twenties stared at
Mr. Frank N. Stein the cavemen.


Dear Diary: November 1964
Election in the States was paralleled by our own
mock election. The debate club held a political forum


in which a fiery debate ensued.


voted in which Johnson


The students then


was elected, a 2-1 ratio. The


month was highlighted by a trip through the Gaillard
Cut. We "sailed along the moonlit bay" on the
Las Cruces, sang folk songs, and went home to hit
the books for the coming mid-terms.


;- .


The mock election between Johnson and Goldwater


Diary:


December


Christmas is here once again. I was busy at home fixing decorations
with Mom and Dad, putting up the evergreen tree, and doing 'my
last minute shopping. The decorations at the Christmas Formal
spelled out Camelot. Queen Drue and her princesses drew admiring


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Dear Diary: January 1965
Final Exams are the most important event on the calendar.
If the Sophomores pass, we graduate in six months and receive


Associate


Arts degree.


We study


enthusiastically


wherever there is room--in cars, in empty classrooms, in the
auditorium facilities, in the library, in the lounge.


Carnival en Panama!


Dear Diary:


February


For a week the Freshman Class has announced a
slave sale. It was the best activity of the month. We
heartily laughed at the shapes of legs appearing
beneath the curtain. The next day each slave wore a


conspicuous sign, announced his master's
and enacted every wish of the master.


presence,


The trip to the Las Cruces


Dear Diary:


March 1965


It's Carnival time in Panama. The parade was as elegant
as ever. The classrooms seem slightly empty at this time
of year. But who can resist the rhythm of the tamborito
and the gaiety of the comparsas. The joy of Carnival
ended when the traditional burial of the sardine was
enacted. Phi Theta Kappa held their annual initiation.
Each of the 24 members received the rose of purity and
the torch of wisdom. Jack did a swell job as MC on the
Talent Show.


Dear Diary:


April 1965


The college picnic, the biggest event of the year, was


scheduled for April 3rd. We had a tremendous time
playing softball, volleyball, or ambling along the bamboo
trees to the blossoming lily tmnds. Those charcoaled


0 .


1

























CHERYL MERRE ADAIR


"Cheryl"
South Carolina, 1945


PHYLLIS J.
"Phyllis"


Canal


ALLEYNE


Undecided


Zone,


Chorus 1


JOAN P. AMMIRATI


Undecided


'Joan" El
New York, 1945


?mentary Education


Water Bailer


(gSlt


MARILYN J.
"Marilyn"


Canal


ANDERSON
Pre-Nursing


Zone,


Aquadettes
ical Society,
Basketball,


1, 2; Biological Med-
Pres. 2: Intramurals:


Volleyball,


MARIA SENNA ANDRADE


"Maria"
New Jersey, 1932


1, 2;


Theta Kappa


1, 2; Pilots Club


ROBERTO
"Bob"


JORGE ANDERSON
Undecided


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Undecided


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GARY HARLAN
"Gary"
Ohio, 1945
Engineering Club


ARNOLD
Pre-Engineering


1; Pilots Club


WARREN
"Warren'"


A. ASHTON
Undecided


Canal Zone, 1945


chorus 1


; Sports 1,


2; Tropical Col-


All Stars:


Class


Baseball


Picnic Committee


Football


Talent


Show 1, 2; Track


1965


ROBERT BOATWRIGHT


"Bob"
Canal Zone, 1945


Sophomore Pin Committee,
2; Volleyball 2;


Chair.


Transfer


Carson-Newman


All Stars: Baseball,


Football


WILLIAM LEE BENNY
Liberal Arts, Humanities
r- n al 7nne 1A044


YOLANDA C. ARCHER
Elementary Education
:anal Zone, 1944


JOANNE ROBERTA BAKER
"Joanne" Liberal Arts, Humanities
California, 1944


Undecided


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ROBERT
"Bob"


AUGUSTUS BOVELL
Undecided


Canal Zone, 1944


2; Biological/Medical Society


2; Chorus
Band 1, 2;


2; Music
Pilots Club


Festival


1; Pep


LYNNE
"Lynne"


Canal


C. BOSWELL


Elementary


Education


Zone,


Class Treasurer


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CARLOS HENERY
BRANDENBURG


"La Momia"
Panama, 1945


Biological/Medical


Christmas


Formal


Engineering Club 1


1, 2;


Picnic


Pre-Medical


Society 1;
Committee 2;
Pan American


Committee


Ring Committee


2; Sports: Basket-


ball Varsity 1, Co-Captain
ball; Track


MARY MICHAEL
BRZEZINSKI


"Mary


Michael"


Humanities
Canal Zone, 1945

Biological/Medical


MORRIS ERNEST
BRATHWAITE
"Morris" Liberal Arts, Humanitien
Canal Zone, 1944


American Club,


Kappa 1, 2; Pil
Tropical Collegian


Liberal


Society 1; Par
ec. 2; Phi Thets
ots Club 1, 2
1, 2;


DENNIS THOMAS BROME


"Dennis"


-S
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Business


Education.


a


4


A


Qla$3


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WYDIA ANN BURKWALL


"Dee


Liberal


Humanities


Missouri, 1945


Student


Association,


Collegian 1, Managing
tine Formal Committee


ecr. 2; Tropical
Editor 2; Valen-
2;


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2::


C. BURDA


"Ray"
David, 1944
Biological/Medical
Pan American Club


Pre-Medical


Society
1, 2;


h N


Student


2; Talent Show 1,


PATRICIA DEWITT


"Pat"


Liberal


CARNEAL
Humanities


North Carolina, 1945
Transfer from Averett College;
Averett Players Club 1; Hockey 1;


"We


Were


Recreation


Seven" 1
Association,


Women


Represent-


ative 1; Aquadettes 2;


1965


NANCY N. CARRION


"Nancy"


Business


Education,


General Commercial Terminal


Ecuador, 1944
Pan-American Club 1;


.1


MARIAN CHESELDINE


"Marian


Business


Accounting
Canal Zone, 1940

Phi Theta Kappa 1,


GEORGE H.
"George"


CASIRA


Business


Education.


Arr/nnnth a -


RAY


Education,


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1










ADRIENNE KNIGHT CLARK


"Spider"
Alabama, 1945

Bridge Club, 2
Associate Editor,


Liberal Arts, English


Yearbook


Staff,


Curriculum


Com-


mittee,
Pilots C


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2; Hootenanny Committee, 1;
lub, 1, 2; Student Association,


1, 2; Talent Show,
Committee 2;


Valentine Formal


ALEXANDER GREGORY
CHODAKOWSKI


"Greg"
Massachusetts, 1944
Transfer from Paris;


Pre-Medical


JACQUELINE MARY
COPPENHAVER
"Jackie"
Canal Zone, 1945


Basketball 1,
tion. Vice-Pres.


Student


Associa-


Yearbook Staff


Qlas:


GRACE CRAIG
"Grace" Liberal Arts, Humanities


Aquadettes


Pan-American


fl

itPl
4^ ^ ^


LUISA CRITCH
"Luisa"


Undecided


Chiriqui, 1943

Chorus 1, 2; Pan-American Club 1
Pilots Club 1;


2; Tropical Collegian 2;


YVONNE CRANE
"Yvonne"


. S J


Pre-Medical


Undecided


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LINDA DANIELS
"Linda"
Tennessee, 1945


hology


THEODORE ATHELBERT
DANIELS


"Teddy"
Canal Zone, 1944


Cheerleader


1; Dorm President 2;


Intramurals: Basketball


leyball 1,
Court;


2; Tennis 1; Spring Prom


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1965


[OSEPH HENRY DEAN
'Joe" Pre-Medical
?anama, 1942


3iological/Medical
;ports: Baseball, t
>all 2;


. 4


Society
Basketball,


JACK B. DUBROFF
"Jack" Political
New York, 1944


Science


Book Store, Manager 2; Hooten-
anny 1, 2; Student Association Pres-
ident 2; Talent Show 1, 2; Tropical
Collegian, Asst. Editor 1, Editor 2;


MICHAEL BUCK DECAMP
"Brooklyn" Pre-Medical
Ohio, 1944


r


CELIA MARIE CRONON
"Celia" Business Education
General Commercial Terminal
Canal Zone, 1945


Undecided











ELIZABETH MALLORY
DUNCAN


"Bets"


Elementary


Education


North Carolina, 1945


Secretary 1; Phi
Student Association


Theta
1; ^


Kappa
Valentine


Formal Committee 1; Valentine Formal
Court 1;


- i T S%^ *


LNN MARIE DUNCAN


Candy"


Secondary Education


'anama, 1946
liological/Medical Society 2; Cho-
us 1, 2; Pan-American Club 2;


WILLIAM LEE ELDREDGE
"Bill" Business Education,
Administration
Canal Zone, 1944


"Fantasticks";


Mary
Venice"


"Hamlet";


Sunshine"; "v
; Talent Show


I


"Little


erchant of
1


NNE. "
\L ~Lbh


MARTIN CHARLES FORREST


MARJORIE FRANCES
FLUMACH


"Charlie"


Ancon, 1943


"Marge"
New York, 1945


Biological/Medical Society


Pre-Medical


Yearbook Staff,


Christmas For-


Pan American


Picnic Comm.


Pilots Club 1


MARGARET


"Peggy


A. FLYNN
Business


Education,


Elementary


Education


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RICHARD GERARDI
"Richard"


Undecided


Panama, 1944


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GILBERTT EARL FREUND


'Gibby"
dissouri, 1945


baseball,
:lub, 1,


Undecided


2; Pilots Club,


2; Tennis,


Rifle


2; Track,


196


MARGARET
"Maggie"


Ancon, 1945
























SUSAN HORNING
"Sue"
West Virginia, 1945


.ESLEY MARGARET
HENDRICKS
'Les" Business Education
greatt Britain, 1945


.. GOULDING
Business Education


Pre-Medical


Transfer


Baylor


University:


Honors Program


BOBBYE LOU HERRINGTON
"Bobbye Lou" Undecided
Alabama. 1045












JOSE O. HUERTAS, JR.


"Jose"


Liberal


Humanities


Puerto Rico, 1944


All-College Picnic Committee


VA-P


i. .


ERNESTINA M. HOWELL


"Dolly"
Panama, 1945


Biological/Medical


Chorus


Christ-


mas Formal Committee 2; Conquistador
1, 2; Engineering Club 1; Pan-American
Club 1, 2; Pilots Club 1, 2;


MICHAEL KLASOVSKY


Pre-Medical


Society


1, 2; Class Pin Committee


2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Tropical
Collegian 2; Valentine Formal Com-
mittee 2.


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^T'


"Checko"


Humanities
Canal Zone, 1945
Rifle Club 2.


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MARY PAULETTE LA


"Polly"
Alabama, 1944


ALLEN E. KRAPFL
"Al" Business Education,


Accounting &
Panama, 1944
Pan-American Club


GRAVE


Secondary Educatio


Bulletin Board Committee


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MARIA DEL CARMEN LABOY


"Maria"
TL.---^ Tl*


Pre-Medical


. inrAA


Liberal


-r


Administration


Pilots Club


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JOHN JOSEPH LAWYER


"Joe"
General
Panama, 1943


Business Education,


Commercial


Cheerleader Advisor


mal Committee


Christmas For-


2; "The Lark" 1;


"Mon-


serratte" 1; Pan-American Club 2; Pic-
nic Committee 2; Varsity Sports: Foot-
ball 1, Baseball 2.


)AVE LARRISON


'Dave" Ele
qew York, 1945

:horus 1, 2; D
football 1, 2;
hine" 2; "The
nd Juliet" 1;
'ector 1. 2:


,mentary Education


elta Psi Omega 1;
"Little Mary Sun-


Pirate" 1;


"Romeo


Talent Show,


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1965


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HORACE D. LEWIS
'Horace" Liberal
and Mathematics
?anama 1944


Science


Biological/Medical Society 1; Boy's
Dormitory, President 1; Chorus 2;
Rifle Club 2; Student Aide 1; Stu-
dent Association Council 1; Tropical
Collegian 2.


EDMUNDO J. A.
"Ed"
Panama, 1944

Baseball 2; Football


Fi


LEWIS
Dre-Engineering


Pilots Club


2.

























RODERICK NORMAN
MacDONELL


"Roddy"
Canal Zone, 1945

Engineering Club


Pre-Engineering


Track


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JANICE ILENE MABERRY


"Ilene"


Liberal Arts, Humanities


Terminal


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JAMES B. MANNING
"Jim"
Panama, 1944


"Little Mary Sunshine"


ican Club,


Vice-Pres.


Undecided


Pan-Amer-


1; Swimming


MORRIS FIDANQUE
MADURO


"Morris"
Humanities
Panama, 1944


VICTOR E. MATTHEWS


"Vic"
Panama, 1944


Liberal


Pre-Engineering


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AUDREY LYNETTE McGEE
"Lynette" Elementary Education


Australia, 1946

Biological/Medical Society


rus 1, 2;
mittee 2;
Volleyball


Christmas F
Intramurals:


ormal


GARY
"Gary"


CRAIG MEYER
Liberal Arts, Humanities


California, 1945

Valentine Formal Committee 1.


; Cho-
Com-


Basketball,


-


PATRICIA IRENE MERIWETHER


"Pat"


Liberal Arts, Humanities


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MARGARET E. MORRIS
"Margy" Liberal Arts,
North Carolina, 1945


Biological/Medical


Accompanist


Treas.


Society


Phi T


Intramurals:


Humanities


2; Chorus,


heta Kappa,
Volleyball 2.


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'ANCY A
'Nancy"


NN MORENCY


Business


Education


,anal Zone, 1945
Cheerleader 1.


MARYANN NITA
"Maryann"
Humanities
Canal Zone, 1944
Lounge Committee,


Liberal Arts,


Chair.


1965


'AM OEDING
Pam" Elementar
>olorado, 1945
:lass Officer, Secretary


y Education


Christ-


nas Formal Committee 2; Conquis-
ador, As. Editor 1; Freshman-Soph-
mnore Banquet, Chair. 1.


ROBERT CHET PANZER
"Bob" Business Education,
Accounting
New York, 1943
Conquistador, Bus. Manager 2; Phi
Theta Kappa 1, 2; Pilots Club 2.


EMILIO MARCELO PALOMERAS
"Emilio" Liberal Arts, Humanities
Prn~m2 1 0AA


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CATHERINE E. PRICE


"Cathy


Liberal Arts, Humanities


Canal Zone, 1945


REGINALD RICARDO
PRINCE


r*. *


"Reggie"
Canal Zone, 1943

Sports: Football 1,
Baseball 1, 2; B


Undecided


2; Track 1,


basketballl


1, 2;
Tropi-
k 1, 2;


Spring Prom Committee 1;
cal Collegian 1, 2; Yearboo
Chorus 1;


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RAFAEL REYES
"Ralph"
Humanities
Panama, 1945


Liberal


All-Stars:


Baseball


2; Biological


Society


1; Pan American
Sophomore Picnic
Talent Show 1, 2;


Society


Football
Football
1,' 2;


Committee


MIRIAM ILEANA RAMIREZ


"Ileana


Liberal Arts, Humanities


[OHNNIE LEE PARKER
'Johnnie" Undecided
STorth Carolina, 1945


biological Society
REifle Team 1, 2;


Pilot Club 2;


CARLOS RAMIREZ


" Liberal Arts, Humanities


Panama, 1944

Band 1, 2; -Music Festival 1;


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CAROLYN ESTHER SMITH


"Carol"


General


Educational Terminal


Canal Zone, 1945
Biological/Medical
American Club 2;


ANNETTE THERESE RYBICKI


"Annette"


Liberal Arts,


& Mathematics
Canal Zone, 1945
Biological/Medical


Society,


Society 1; PF
Tropical Collegian


LESTER RICHARD SMITH


"Lester"


Science



Vice-


Administration
Panama, 1945

Pan-American Club


1, 2;
Editor


Chor
2;


more Banquet 1;


shine"


Music


us 2; Conquista-
Freshman-Sopho-
"Little Mary Sun-
Festival 2: Phi


Theta Kappa 1, Pres. 2; Pilots
Club 1; Student Association Coun-


Talent


Show


Valentine


Formal Committee 1.


1965


2.






















DANIEL STEPHEN STEWART


VALERIE PAGE SMITH


"Val"


Liberal


Arts, Humanities


New York, 1946


Aquadettes 2; Biological/Medical
Society 1; Intramurals: Basketball
1, 2; Volleyball 2.


"Daniel"


Liberal


Humanities
Canal Zone, 1944


Music


Festival


Phi Theta Kappa,


WILLIAM G. SNYDER
"Billy"


/n1_ A


Business Education,


Pilots Club


Undecided


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RAIG M. STOUDNER


.raig
mama, 1945


Undecided


ROGER M.
"Rog"
Chile, 1945


SUAREZ
Liberal Arts, Humanities


CAROLE THOMPSON
"Carole"


baseball 2; Picnic Committee 2;


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ROBERT L. THOMPSON
"Bob" Political
British Honduras, 1945


THOMPSON


"Ursula"
British Honduras


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UNPICTURED SOPHOMORES
AHLBORN, RICHARD
ALBANESE, MICHAEL
ALLEMAN, LILIA
ARENZ, JAMES


KENNETH UNDERWOOD


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PATRICIA ANN WATERS
"Pat" Business Education,
General Commercial Terminal
Connecticut, 1945


EARL PATRICK WATSON
"Earl" Undecided
Panama, 1943


LEO E. WELCH, JR.
"Leo" Pre-Engineering
Panama, 1943


Rifle Club 2.


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1965


EDWARD MARK WILDER
"Big Ed" Pre-Medical
Canal Zone, 1945
All-Stars: Baseball 1, 2; Foot-
ball 1, 2.


ANITA MELROSE
WILLINGHAM
"Anita" Elementary Education
Alabama, 1945
Intramurals: Volleyball 1, 2.


CARLES, FELIX
CHAPMAN, DONALD
CHASE, ALFRED
CINIGLIO, PASCULAL
COWART, ROBERT
DE LA GUARDIA, JORGE


FONG, MARCOS
GARCIA, DE PAUDES
GATTIS, MORRIS
GOODING, NINA
HINEK, JOHN
JANSSEN, ARWIN


MULLINS, EARL
NAGY, ARMITA
PEARSON, YOLANDA
PLULA, JIM
REIF, GORDON
ROBERTS, SUSAN






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with their studies


Salvatierra de la Sabana, Balboa determinedly w<


undergraduates similarly struggle
to reach their goals.


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The four main leaders of our college
are the S.A. Officers-they instill with-
in the college an atmosphere of high
ideals and aims, a desire to improve the


college


in worthy


aspects,


smooth-running self-government. They
convey their leadership to each class
officer. The team work of the ambitious
and hard-working officers composes
the core of our college spirit and
stamina.


Officers


3op lnmore


ifftirers


P -


Anne Gilley T, Betsj
Brown VP, Billy Satter


white P, Diana lanoale


Lynne Boswell T, Billy Snyder P,
(Pam Oeding S, Ken Underwood VP)


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CHARLES COOPER
ABERNATHY
"Chuck"
Ancon, Canal Zone, 1


LEWIS KEITH ATHOW
Washington, 1946


VICTOR M. ALERS
"Vic"
Puerto Rico, 1945


WILLIAM EDWARD
ADAMS
"Bill"
Canal Zone, 1945


MARIO A. AYALA
Panama, 1946


4freshtmen


MAGALY ALAYON
Puerto Rico, 1946


MICHAEL JOSEPH
BARANICK
"Mike"
Canal Zone, 1945

ANTONIO ALBERTO
BARBET
Panama, 1945


RINA ALAYON
Puerto Rico, 1946


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RICARDO BONNICK


TERRY JEANE BARRIS
Colorado, 1947


RICARDO ANTONIO
BILONICK
"Rick"
Panama, 1947


SANDRA BAUCHMAN
"Sandi"


Panama,


JEAN DARYL
BOSWELL
Canal Zone, 1946


ISABELLE JANE
BODDEN
"Jane
Panama, 1947


CHARLES FREDERICK
BELDEN
"Charles"
Canal Zone, 1946

FRANCES ELIZABETH
BELL
Georgia, 1946


JANICE MARIE
BROGIE
Illinois, 1946


BETSY NORMAN
BROWN
Tennessee, 1946


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JAMES A. BROWN
"Jim"
Washington, D.C:, 1942


GEORGE CARL
CARNEY
California, 1946


CLAUDE ANTONIO
BURGESS
Canal Zone, 1945


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BROWN
"Pam"n
Pennsylvania, 1946


GUILLERMO E.
CEDENO
Argentina, 1946


KATHRYN PATRICIA
BUSH
"Kathi"
Alabama, 1946


JOHN EDWARD
BUNDY
Rhode Island, 1946

ROBERT ROY
BURGENER
"Bucky"
Wisconsin, 1946


BETTY CHAMPSAUR
Panama, 1947



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Florida, 1946





















DORIS M. CHEUNG
Panama, 1946


KENNETH FRANKLIN
DARLINGTON
"Ken"
Canal Zone. 1946


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"Tim"
Canal Zone, 1946


RAFAEL JULIO
CINIELIA
Panama, 1945


DALE A. DAVEY
Canal Zone. 1945


ANSELMO ROGELIO
CUMMINGS
Panama, 1946


SHEILA CLARKE




MARSHA ELAINE
COLLINS
North Carolina, 1946


BARBARA L. DENNY
California, 1946




PETER L. DENTON
Canada, 1945


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GERET PETER DePIPER
"Gary"
New York, 1946


SIDNEY ALFREDO
DYAR
Canal Zone, 1945


ROBERTO
DOMINGUEZ
Panama, 1944


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DOMINQUE JEAN-
RAYMOND
deREILHAC
France, 1945


ROCHELLE EGUDIN
"Shelly"
Canal Zone, 1946


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Indiana, 1946


PATRICIA DERRER
New York, 1946


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ENGELKE
Panama, 1946


ALEXIS R. DIAZ
"Felix"
Panama, 1946


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ENSEY
"Bonnie"
Colorado, 1946


MARIA del PILAR
FERNANDEZ
Canal Zone, 1946


KATHRYN FALLON
Canal Zone, 1946


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JOHN B. FIELDS III
Panama, 1938


JUANITA LORRAINE
ENSEY
"Johnnie"
Colorado, 1946


MICHAEL GENE
FARROW
Indiana, 1945


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RONALD G. EVERS
"Ronnie"
Canal Zone, 1946


RICHARD LESTER
FLAMM
"Dick"
California, 1946

RONALD AUGUSTO
FONG
"Ronnie"
Panama, 1947


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GILLEY
Canal Zone, 1946


THOMAS ALBERT
GANGLE
"Tom"
Canal Zone, 1946


TONI FOURNIER
Pennsylvania, 1946


DIANE ESTHER
GILMAN
Florida, 1946


DAVID LEE GAUL
"Dave"
Pennsylvania, 1946


MICHAEL A. FURLOW
"Wop"
New York; 1946


LIL GONZALEZ
Panama, 1947



WILLIAM HENRY
GONZALEZ
Panama, 1946


LINDA FUSSELL
Panama, 1946


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GREEN
Michigan, 1946


JAMES HARRY HICKS
Canal Zone, 1946


MRS. LILLIAN
HEMKER
New Mexico, 1918


WALTER ANDREW
GUNTHARP, JR.
"Walt"
Massachusetts, 1946


JANE ELISA
HOLGERSON
Canal Zone, 1946





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Panama, 1945


FRANKIE DEAN
HAGAR
Missouri, 1946


JESSIE MARIA
HASSLER
Panama, 1945


JON FRANCIS
HOLMER
Canal Zone, 1946



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Chiriqui, 1946




















JAMES ROBERT
HOVAN
Canal Zone, 1945


JUDITH DELLE
JELLUM
"Judi"
Minnesota, 1946


JOSEPH MICHAEL
HUNT
Canal Zone, 1946


ROBERT WILLIAM
HOWARD
"Boobsy"
California, 1946


JOHN THOMAS
JOYNER
Canal Zone, 1944


DIANA E. IANOLE
Canal Zone, 1946


SHIRLEY ELIZABETH
HOWE
Oklahoma, 1944


LYNN MARIE
HOWELL
Maryland, 1946


MARIO ALBERTO
JULIO
Panama, 1945


GEORGE MICHAEL
KANDRIN
Panama, 1944


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Canal Zone, 1946


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Pennsylvania, 1946


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Canal Zone, 1946


CHARLES ERVIN KEYS
Kentucky, 1946


MANGANITA ANGEL
LA GRAVE
Alabama, 1946


LESLIE BLANCHE
KLINE
Panama, 1947


SHEILA MARIE
LAPORTA
Canal Zone, 1946


NANCY KING
New York, 1946



JON PARRY KLAGES
Delaware, 1946


CONSTANCE J.
LASHER
"Connie"
Canal Zone, 1946





















KATHLEEN
MICHELE LAVALLE
"Kathy"
Canal Zone, 1946


ARMANDO ARTURO
LYMA-YOUNG
Panama, 1947


MELVA ELAINE LOWE
Canal Zone, 1946


ELIZABETH LEWIS


LINDA LOUISE
LYONS
Kentucky, 1946


MARTHA JANE LUCAS
Pennsylvania, 1946


LUIS CARLOS LEWIS
Panama, 1945





GEORGE D. LORD
Panama, 1946


EVELIA CELINA
MAYNARD
Canal Zone. 1946


RONALD GEORGE
MEYER
"Ronnie"
New York, 1946


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MILLER
Panama, 1946


JUDITH A. MYERS
"Jude"
Arizona, 1946


IRENE MARY
MONZON
Panama, 1946


LOUIS B. McGOFF
Canal Zone, 1946


KATHRYN
VIRGINIA MYERS
"Kathi"
California, 1946


JAMES R. MOORE
"Jim"
Louisiana, 1946


JAMES O. McKENNA
"Jim"
Nebraska, 1946

ALICIA PRISCILLA
McMURRAY
Panama, 1943


JAMES T. NAPIER
"Jim"
Wales, 1945


RAYMOND JOSEPH
OTT
Canal Zone, 1945


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ELVA PEREZ
Texas, 1946


REY HUMBERTO
QUINTERO
Panama, 1943


BERNARD EUGENE
PIAIA
Canal Zone, 1945


LEE ANN PETROSKY
Connecticut, 1946


KATHERINE RALSTON
"Kay"


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Panama, 1945


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Panama,


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1947


RAFAEL H. RAMIREZ
"Ray"
Puerto Rico, 1946


JAMES E. PHELAN
"Jim"
Canal Zone, 1942


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Canal Zone. 1945


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Canal Zone, 1946


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Panama, 1945


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RODRIGUEZ
Panama, 1945


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REYNOLDS
Canal Zone, 1946


RICARDO SANCHEZ
Panama, 1946


SANDRA SUE
ROTH-ROFFY
Canal Zone, 1946


HARVEY GLENN
RHYNE
Canal Zone, 1946




JIM W RILEY
Iowa, 1946


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SANDERS
Canal Zone, 1946



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SATTERWHITE
California, 1946


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Canal Zone, 1947


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SIMPSON
"Dave"
Maryland, 1946


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Canal Zone, 1945


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SCHMUTZ
Peru, 1946


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Canal Zone, 1945


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"Jeff"
Texas, 1939


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SLOUGH
Panama, 1946


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Panama, 1945


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Canal Zone, 1946


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SULLIVAN
"Kathi"
California, 1945


DELANO RONDOLPH
STEELE
"Calito"
Canal Zone, 1946


MARION O. SMITH
Canal Zone, 1943


KAREN TANASSY
New Jersey, 1946


ELIZA LOUISE
STEPHENS
New York, 1946


RICHARD SMITH
"Joe* "




LAYDEE SOCRE


Panama,


CLAYTON M. TAUL
"Clay"
Florida, 1946


ROBERT W.
TEACHER
Florida, 1945


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SUE UNRAU
Panama, 1946


SANDRA WATSON
Florida, 1946


BONNIE GAYLENE
WARD
Massachusetts, 1946


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"Raine"


Canal


REBECCA ELIZABETH
WEBB
Florida, 1946


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JUDITH LEE
WARDORD
"Judy"
Canal Zone. 19-


CHARLES EDWARD
VOWELL
Tennessee, 1945


LYLE TERRY WEBSTER
Maryland, 1944


FRED ETHAN, JR.
WELLS
Canal Zone. 1946


RICHARD CRAIG
WALLACE


Canal


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UNPICTURED FRESHMEN


REGINALD AARON
WHARTON
Canal Zone. 1943


ADAMS, JOHN
ALEXANDER, MICHAEL
ALLEN, JOOOEEN
ALVARADO, JUAN
ARIAS, DEBORA.
BAILN, JUDITH
BASHAM, MICHAEL
BAUMAN, ROBERT


BERG, CARL


BOOTH, GEORGE
BRADSHAW, COLIN
BROWN, TULA
BRYAN, LARRY


LE VEE, MORTON
LEWTER, NORMAN
LIVINGSTON, MICHAEL
MAYERS, ALFREDO
McARTHUR, BRENDA
McCLUNG, JOSEPH
McDANIEL, ROSALIE
McGLOIN, JOAN
McKENNA, BARBARA
McPHERSON, DAVID
MENDEZ, OCTAVIO
MICHAELIS, GREGORY
MILLET, ANN


RAYMOND R. WONG
Panama


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ROBERT WILLIAM
WHEELER
Ancon, C.Z., 1945


BURNS, JOHN
BURTON, LEROY
CARPENTER, MARGARET
CASEY, RICHARD
CATRON, WILLIAM
CHANDLER, DORATHY
CHUE, ADELE
CLARKE, DALE
COZENS, MICHAEL
CRUMLEY, CYNTHIA
DANIELS, THEODORE
DE MENA, JUAN
DERRY, PATRICIA
DUNCAN, CHARLES
ELICH, CARLA
ENDER, FRANK
EVERS, FREDERICK
FEHRENBACH, EDWIN
FERRUZINO, MARIA
FOSTER, HARRY


GALIFFA,


WARREN


GANOA, PETER
GARCIA, ENIELIO
GONZALES, RODRIQUEZ
GREEN, CHARITY
GUIBERT, JAMES
GUILLEN, GLORIA


GUILLIS,


LAURAY IRENE WILL
Cristobal, 1944


ROLAND GEORGE
WOODS
"Ron"
Texas, 1946


WARREN


GUTIERREZ, PABLO
GUTHRIE, JOSEPH
HALLEY, MICHAEL
HALMAN, NORMA
HARDIN, LINDA
HARRINQTON, ROBERT
HERMANNY, EUGENE
HERRERA, ANAYANSIA
HERLAND, JANE
HICKEY, THOMAS
HIDALGO, HARRY
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MONROE,


WALTER


MULLER, YVONNE
MYERS, HECTOR
NAPOLEAN, MARTHA
NORDSTOM, WILLIAM
OSBORNE, SHIELA
PARKER, DAVID
PEARSON, CHESTER
QUIJANO, MANUEL
QUIJANO, RICARDO
RAMINEZ, CARLOS
RODRIQUEZ, JILMA
ROJAS, RUFINA
ROOS, ALFORD
ROSEMOND, HORTENCIA
ROWLEY, SAMUEL
RYAR, MICHAEL
SALONICK, CAROLE
SAMSON, SANTOS
SARGENT, RENEE
SCHOCH, BARI
SCHONERT, JOAN
SEBIK, JOSEPH
SHARICK, EARL


SINGLETON,


NORMA MARIE YORK
New York, 1946


WILLIAM


SOSA, GEORGE
SOWARDS, MELVIN
SPENCE, JIMMY
SPRAUVE, KENNETH
STIEBRITZ, EDITH
SWASICH, JANE
THOMPSON, JAYNE
TRA NE, DORATHY
VAWCHER, JOHN
VECCHIANE, RICARDO
VELEZ, MARIA
WEADE, FRED
WEBSTER, DOUGLAS


WHITE,


TERESA ISABEL YSERN
Panama, 1945


LUIS CARLOS
Panama, 1945


WILLIAM


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MEN RECEIVING DIPLOMAS IN 196-1


Kenneth Joseph Anderson
Liberal ArN Transfer


iFranklin L Aseron
Accounting Transfer
Robert Srephen Bo.en Jr
Liberal Arts Transler
Rodman Frank Brayion
Business Adminrsrrarion Trins'r
'Rudolph Anthony Burda
Liberal Arti Trins'er
Arihle B Calroll III
Liberal Arts Transfer
Robert Auguin's Chin


Business Adminsirtiion TerminJl
Richard Renet Dni'on
Accounting Traniler
Arthur MNthiel Donahue
LiL.erj. Arr% Tr n ttr
*Kerner Eugcne I rrucnhe'm II
AccouninL'n Tr rnt'er
James R. Freeman
Engineering Transfer
Jeffrey S. Hare
Liberal Arts Transfer
Thomas Edward James Mallia
Liberal Arts Transfer
Richard McNatt
Liberal Arts Transfer
*Marcos Juan Menendez Cordova
Accounting Transfer
George O'Masta, Jr.
Liberal Arts Transfer
Charles C. Parker
Liberal Arts Transfer


Ronald Edward Pearl
Business Administration
Richard T. Pimento
Engineering Transfer
Pedro Mario Rognon i
Liberal Arts Terminal
Alford Omar Roos
Liberal Arts Transfer
Joseph Louis Salterio, Jr.
Liberal Arts Transfer
Wendell D. Sasso
Business Administration
Harold Quimby Smith
Accounting Terminal
Ralph Alegre Smith
Liberal Arts Transfer
Donald John Terry
Liberal Arts Terminal


Winston


D. Walrond


Transfer


Transfer
(imst


As the Graduates
reminisced on tw


of the
o years


Class of 1964 received their diplomas, each


filled with hard


the hours spent in lab, the endless


gallons of


coffee


proms at Amador
trip to Cartagena.


Business Administration
Rodney James Winborn
Liberal Arts Transfer


Edison Walter Wirtz, Jr.
Liberal Arts Terminal
Edward Harrell Womble, Jr.
Business Administration Terminal


studying and good times-


themes written


imbibed during Semester
and the Tivoli, the parties


Exam


for English, the


Week,


at Santa Clara,


the dreamy
the fantastic


1954

year program


of the College,


and the name Can


lrge was changed to Canal Zone College. In Sej
monies opened the new college building-a new build


ng educational atmosphere enriched by fi
pending library, a modern lecture room,
w ell-designed auditorium, and a view of


om "Mr. Bowen's"


The Class of 1964 experienced


CZC. In December


Commissions


major


1962 recognition


on Institutions


of Higher


ne laborate


excellent


the canal


lectures.


occasions in the history of


was extended by the
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MSACSS
expanded


e, the Class of 1l
your future as the


?65, proudly salute you for


First Graduating


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Terminal


JUNIORS, UNPICTURED
AMADO, MARIA
BARNES. GROVER
BLASSER, EDUARDO
*Graduates with High Honors DAVIS, LOUIS


DIXON, RICHARD
FREEMAN. JAMES
FRENCH, WORDEN
KIELHOFER, RAYMOND


LUTZ, BRIAN
LYEW, CHARLES, JI
MALLIA, THOMAS
McNATT, RICHARD


SALTERIO, JOSI
STEVENS, MAR(
TAGAROPULOS
THAYER, CLEAR
WILLOUGHBY,


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"Gordy"
Ancon, Canal Zone, 1944


Swimming


Foobtall


3; Chemistry


Lab Assist-


NORMAN J.
Texas, 1943


Honor Council 1;


CAMPION


Tropical Collegian


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JOSEPH W


COFFIN


New York, 1944


1 -


All Zone:
All-Stars


Football
: SDAC


1, 2; Basketba
Football 3:


11 1, 2;
Varsity


C. Z.
Sports:


Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 2;
JONATHAN D. CRAIG


Canal Zone,


Bridge Club 3;
Conquistador Staff
ball 2; Pilots Clu


Chris
3;
b 2,


3; Safety Committee


stmas Formal Committee 3;
Intramurals: Baseball, Basket-
3; S. A. Executive Council


3; Shakespearian Festival


ROBERT JOHN DANIEL
"Bob"
New York, 1943


Chorus 1, 2, 3; Conquistador Staff
tographer 3; Tropical Collegian
Pilots Club 3:


2, 3; S. A. Pho-
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KENNETH STERLING POLLACK
"Rusty"
California, 1943


Bridge Club


Pilots Club


GRACIELA ELENA PRECIADO
"Elena"
Louisiana, 1945


SANDRA
"Sandy"


JANE SALONICK


Conquistador, Editor 2
2; Jamboree Queen 1
"Merchant of Venice"
and Juliet" 1; S. A. Sec
ROBERT SMITH
"Bob"
Panama, 1944


; Delta Psi Omega Secretary,
; "Little Mary Sunshine" 2;


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Baseball
Officer,


3; Christmas
Vice-Presider


Executive Council
Committee 1.


Forma
it 3;
Football


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liineerine Club


l 3; Valentine


Formal


EDMUND STONE STALLWORTH, JR.
"Ed"
Canal Zone, 1943


SHIRLEY


ANNE SMITH


Panama, 1943


Chorus


Intramurals:


Basketball


1; Bowling


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H e is a l earned man of many fin e qualities Hi s is t h e prestige i n teaching the possession of a vibrant persona l ity a clever wit a perfected tact. He is s tern and consecrated to his work taking g r eat pride and joy in p r epa ring his students well for t h e business world He pr o fesses the channels o f acru racy and diligent labor to a rr ive at the port of success. Hi s a d vice is o n e we s h o uld follow : "If you want a job well d one, do it yourse lf." A s years go by, we s h all always r e m embe r this dedicat e d t eac h e r ... Mr. Shep a r d S Clark. A brisk but ge n t l e walk, a h eart-warmi n g s mile, a soft spo ken voice-these a r e traits of a person pos sessing a gent l e spirit a compass i onate h eart, a nd a. deep considerat i o n for the feelings and needs of those a r ound h er H e r s is the appreciation of all things beautiful in l ife-nature music the arts, and beauty itself. H e r s is the perfection of all endeavors w h ether in schoo l in h er community, or her church. She is dean, teacher, counselor, confidente, and friend She is a person of brilliant knowled g e . a pe r son whom we g r eatly 1 0l'e and will neve r forget, though thousan ds of miles away Miss Margaret M. Gately. /I

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T o meet future challenges as a military captain S pain, Balboa was dis cip lined in the arts and in swor d smans hip in Mo gue r by Don Pedro and y Juan ... We are educated in the academics of Canal Zone College Q ugh the administration. 12 IS

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r-' Ii' S UPERINTENDEN T OF U. S. SCHOOLS Mr. Frank A. Castles

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Mr. Victor H err SlIpe r v il o r o f MlIIic Dr K e n net h E L a k e Coordinat o r o f CurriCII/mn M r J o h n S P etting ill Assist a lJtt o the Superinte nd enJ Mr Theodo r e F H otz Superinte ndent U S Schools Mr. Lawre nce E. H orine Sup e r viso r o f Physical Education a n d Alhlelicf U.s. Schools M i s s M arilyn Fly n n C o o r d inato r o f Speci a l E d ucati o n D r C h arles Latime r Je. Deplity SlIpe rinte n d enJ o f S c hools Mr. Da vid A Speir J r SlIpe rvisor o f I m tmcti oll, u.s. S e c o nd a r y S c hools M r s F r a n ces F S a m p s ell Supe r v isor o f I m/rll e/ioll, u.s. Secolld ary Schools Mr A H B y r d Adminis trative and Blldget Officer STAFF OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF U. S SCHOOLS

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16 ------=-:::..--::=-Th ese pages r eflect the spirit and total invo lvement of the students and faculty of t h e College-both in a nd out of the classroom. Thi s spirit, indicated here in a story of pictures, made a very posit ive imp r ess ion o n the evalua tion team which r ecent ly comp l eted a comprehensive study of th e Colle g e for the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools The College. of which I am pleased to have recently become a part, has experienced continued growth this year in all areas. The "settl ing in" phase of our relatively recent ocrupancy of the La Boca campus has taken place, and now the always continuing process of see king excelJence in the areas of edu cation offered for the training of men and women in scholarly achievement and service can agai n recei ve our undivided attention a nd energy. The College exists to serve youthe students-with a faculty comm i tment that the students' energetic enthusiasm will be guided and stimulated in their desire to achieve their potential motivated by t h e best ideals. I am certain that we are all l ooIcing forward to the end of the year for many different reasons. and on behalf of the faculty and staff-best wis he s in future endeavors Donald W. SIcinner. Dean Canal Zone Coll eg e

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Dr. Don ald W Skinne r alt h oug h born in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, was raised in Binghamton New York. H e was g r aduated from Oswego State Teachers College in New Y ork w i t h a Bachelor of Science in Education. After r eceiving his Master's Degree in 1 957 and his D octorate of Education in 1963 from New York University, Dr. Skinner became A ssis tant Dean of Mansfield State College in P ennsy lvania. I n August 1964 he was appo int ed Dean of Cana l Zone College. DEAN OF CANAL ZONE COLLEGE Dr. Donald William Skinner 17

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tlll l.IU\\Y"1 ASSISTANT DEAN OF CANAL ZONE COLLEGE Dr. Glen E Murphy 18

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DEAN OF WOMEN M iss M a r ga ret M Gatel y DEAN OF MEN Mr. Shepard S. Clark 19

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20 SECRETARIES OF THE OFFICE Mrs. Barbar.1 Thurman Okl:l.horna Miss Aurora Fernandez Panama Our talentrd M.iss Fernandez accompanied by Adele Chue

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--\.fr. Kane and Jon Craig set up the pocketbook disp lay casco REGI STRAR OF CANAL ZONE COLLEGE Mrs. Rochel l e Head HEAD LIBRARIAN OF CANAL ZONE COLLEGE Mr. Joseph Patrick Kane 21

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2 2 Mrs. Winnifred Ewin g Mr Edward F. Leyba DORMITORY P E RSONN E L OF CANAL ZONE COLLEG E Mrs. Ewin g has been our hou semo ther for 22 years. She firs t tau g ht at A las Cascadace for two years durin g the construction of the Canal. I n 1 908 s h e t a u g h t at Anco n a s a 4th g rade teach e r On the end table can be seen a painting of the f irst C.Z. ].c. dormitory in 1943. M r Leyb a has become a fathe r away f rom home t o man y dorm stu dent s attendi n g C.Z.c. He has come to u s from D emi ng. New Mexic o and graduated with hi s M.5 .W. from University o f D e n ve r Mr. Leyb a has created an atmosphere o f warm friends hip and understanding in t h e C.Z.c. d ormitory.

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We appr eciate thei r dfor t to k eep our college clean ruSTODIANS OF CANAL ZONE COLLEGE Ed di e Roach, H ead Cust o dian Good o l e H oo k e r 23

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24 B usi n ess in the future is going to be operated and controlle d to a l arge ex tent by computers. I n order to program th e comp uters it is esse ntial, for many areas of industry, that the student have a knowledge of the Princip les of Accounting and Mat h ematics. Al so to understand the ope ration of the computers one must offer a cou r se in "An Introduction to Computers." Mr Shepard S C l ark Chairman MR SHEPARD S. CLARK Elmira H e i ghts, New York B .S. New York University M.S. New York University lBep clrtment f MR IRVIN H LESSE R Baltimore, Maryland B B A University of Miami M B .A. Indiana Univer sity

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MRS. MARY B JOURNEAY C edar F alls. I owa B.S. State College of I owa M A N e w Y ork Unive r sity Treasure r of C.Z. College A c tiv ities (fibunttfon MR. ARTHUR A HONEA L o ngview Texas B B A Nort h T exas Sta t e Uni ve rsity M B A N orth T exas S tate Uni ve r sity Junior C lass Sponsor P a r t TIme Teach e rs: Mr. COrco .... Mrs. E vecto n Mrs. J e ffr ey Mr. A J e nkin s Mr. M c Gill Mr. Michlin Mr. T eete r Mrs. Travi s Mr. Wilcox Mr \ V illiams Mr. Y o un g 25

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MISS MARGARET V WHITMAN Nebraska A.B. W a yne State Teachers College M A Nor th w estern U n iversity 1Bepctrhnent MR. JOHN PAUL MARSHALL Panama Nebraska B S Uni ve r sity of Nebr aska M.A. Univer sity o f Nebra s k a Tropical Collegian Bridge C l ub MR. C. R VOSBURGH W arsaw New Y ork B.S. Ham i lt o n College M A T eac h ers College Co l umbia University The w h o l e world opens to u s throug h the s kill s of communicatio n With o ut them we isolate ourselves o n a n arrow peninsula of i g n o r a n ce. \Vith them our under s tanding transcends boundaries. Part Tim e Teachers : Mrs. Buehler, Mrs. Bussiere,

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@f ilingl T'h. 1Brc111la DR FRED EDWARD WING Jelli co, T e nn essee A.B. Morehead State Colle g e M.A. M o rehead Stat e Co lle ge Ed S Geor ge P eabod y Conquis t ador B y enjoying these skills to g ether with those o f our s i ste r arts, "the intelligent bein g," to quote J o hn Erskine becomes "yet m ore intell i g ent Miss M a r garet Whitman Chairman Mrs. Gruve r Mrs Sucher (Full Time) MR. H LORING WHI TE New Britain Connecticut A B University of Conn ecticut M A University of Conn ecticu t Pilots C lub MR. RUSSELL W. ANNIS Omaha Nebraska B S K ansas University M.A. K ansas University

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lBepctrtment Qf)f 1J1orei!!n 1&tn!!uct!!es Anb A better understandi n g o f the wo rld through languages. DR JAMES H EN RY JOHNSON Wins ton -Sale m North Caro lin a B A Univers it y of North Carolina M A University of North Carolina Ph.D Un iver sity of North Ca r o lin a P an-Ame r ican A ssoci ation DR ROBERT A. KENNEDY Birmi n g h am, A labama A.B. Millsap s College B.S. Unive r s it y of A laba m a M A Peabody College Ed.D. Flo rida State University Freshman Class Sponsor 1J1ine Arts A better e n joyment o f lif e throug h music. MR. H ERMANN MOLLER Germa n y P a r t Tim e Teac h ers: Mrs. Adams Mrs. J aramillo Mr. M oller Mrs. Snow

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:;, O t h e r Physical Educati o n Troch e rs: M ISS PATR I CIA A LEHMAN MR HOR INE COACH MORR I S FINK E LSTEIN Broo k l y n New Y o rk B S New be rry College M A G eo r ge P eabody Co Uege for Teachers lBepctrtment O@f 'hl!sitctl {ijrtutcttio n Physical Education disci p l i nes the body as it docs Ihe mind.

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3 0 lBepartment O@f MR. N O RMAN B. A L TENBE RG N e w Y o rk, New Y o r k B A George P eppe rdi ne College M A Los Ange les State College Phi T h eta K appa MR. C HARLES E C OURCHAINE Fall River Massach u setts B.S. U n i v ers ity o f Rh o d e I s l a n d M.Ed. Bosto n Unive r sity M.A. U n ive r s ity of O r ego n R i fle Club MR. BERT J SHELTON P a nama C ity, R e publica de P a nama B A Co l o r a d o S c h oo l o f Mines M .S. Ore g o n S tate Colle g e

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(fin gi n eering, ]ID'athel1tCttits H ow do t h e subject a r eas of Natu r a l Sci ence, Mathematics, Engi n eering and Tec h no l ogy aid a student I n Meetin g t h e C h allenge?" Unemployment among young people i s already hig h and t h e number see kin g emp loyment w ill rise rapidly duri n g the present decade. Simu lt aneous ly, c h anging tec h nology w ill make i nc r eas ing demands for h i g hly t r ained peop l e. The number of persons in t h e United States rea c hin g age 18 durin g 1965 wi ll be 3.8 m ill ion one mi lli on or 36 percent increase over 1964 These young people will be comp l etin g hig h schoo l e n te rin g t h e l abo r force entering college or seeking some type of add i t i ona l t r aining. Those wit h out s kills c r eate major problems for ou r econom i c and socia l institutio ns. Most yo un g people are not aware of the occupa t iona l r equ ir ement s of t h e futu re. T h e r e has been a dec i ded t r ansit i on from an economic e r a based on manufacturin g activities to an era empha sizi n g service or non product activities. The U.S. Department of Labor that by 1970 10.7 mill i on a dditi o nal per so ns, an inc rea se of 43 pe r cent will be emp l oyed as p r ofessional and tec h n ical wo r ke rs. The Nationa l I ndust rial Conference Board, I nc., states t h at t h e need for eng i nee r s a n d scientists will r each 1 ,954,3 00 by 1970 an increase of almost 800,000 ove r those actually emp l oyed i n J anuary, 1960 T h ere will be a need to replace 2 15,1 00 engineers and scientists who will r eti r e, die or tr a n sfe r to ot h e r occupat i ons by 1 970. The tota l j obs to be fill ed will, t h erefo r e, be 1 ,0 12, 1 00. The projected net supp l y of n ew p e rsons ente r ing these fields is expected to number only 764,000 during the 1960 period resu l t ing in a shortage of 247,500!!! We will need 1 07.3 % mo r e mat h ematicia ns, 98.3% more p h ysicists, 90.1% m o r e medi ca l sci e n t i sts, 88.2% marc bio l og ical sc i e n t i sts, 68.3 % m ore metallurgists, .3% more ag r icu l tura l scientists, 67.2% more engineers 63.8% more c h emists, 42.4% mor e p h ysica l scientists, 25.4% mo r e geologists and geophysicists!!! A ll of t h ese a r eas r equi r e a study of th e subjects offered i n our department of natural science, m a th e m a tics, a n d e n g in eering. F o r t h ose t h at are se r ious l y co n temp l at in g t h eir future the r e can be n o doubt i n .my mind that our department can aid t h em I n Meeting the C h a ll enge." GORDON BOSWELL L ab Assistant DeWitt E. Myers C hair man 3 I

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32 MR. DeW ITT E. MYERS Sayre, Penns}'ivani a B.A V alley City State Teachers College M A Wash ington State Univer sity P art Time Teachers: Mr. J e nkin s Mrs. Kohan Mr. Otw e ll M r Sweh la @ethnlllogl! MISS MARGARET M GATELY Boston, Massachusetts A B Emmanue l Co lle ge M.S. B os ton Coll eg e Biological Society MRS. R UTH A. LIND R olla Kansas A B University of Colorado

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MR. C H A RLES R BOWEN Logan O hi o B A. Ba l dwi n -Wall ace Co ll ege M .A. O h i o Stat e Univ e rsity Stud en t A sso ciat i o n P a rt Time T eac h ers: M r Bussi e r e Mr. Ch appell D r C o rtn e r M rs. D e ave r Dr. G r oss m a n M rs. Laitm a n Dr. L ake M rs. M oo r e M e R o usseau Mr. S pe ir M a j Suc h e r 1BepClriment OOf Anb (fibUtCltion Fu l l T i me Teac h e r s: Mr. B owe n Mr. Annis Mr H onea Mr. M ars hall Mr. V osbu r g h Mr. White Soc i a l Sci ence i s t h at w hich tr eats o f M a n : hi s h istory, his r elatio n ship to his e n v ir o nm en t hi s unde r sta n ding of an d hi s relat i o n s hip s wit h hi s f e ll ow men his s truggl e to survive, his men ta l p r ocesses, his beliefs about his origin and hi s r o l e in t h e u niverse, and his acrumu l atio n of kn ow l e d ge. I n meeti n g t h e c h alle n ge o f t h e Fu tur e it i s of the g reatest importa nce th a t we fir s t b e a b le, h e r e and n ow, to j us t i f y our p r ese n ce o n t his ea r t h S oc i a l Scie n ce f i ll s i n the b a ck g r ound for us. W e a re thus ab l e to est ab lish ou r biol og ical and cultur a l i de ntities and t o eva lu at e m o d e rn m a n as th e p r oduct o f his h eritage. Mr. Ch arles R B owe n Ch a irm a n 3 3

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@ h e 1965 Dear Di ary: S eptemb er 1 96 3 I've n ever been so co n f u s ed as w h e n I r eg i s te r ed today a t Can a l Z o n e Colle ge The sche du ling was q uite difficult, but the S op h omores saw us th roug h We a r e the fi r s t Freshm a n Class o f a b r a n d new coll ege c on s tructed in L a B oca th e p i ctu r e w i ndows l end to a gor geo u s v i ew o f the Canal E verybod y i s talki n g about the GetA c quai n ted D a nce n ex t S a turday -it's sure to be a lot of fun Dear Diary: Oct obe r 1 96 3 I wen t to a fantastic h oo tenanny t o ni g ht The co mmit tee d eco r ate d the p h o n e boot h s i n the l o unge as eac h h a lf-d oo r a ppear e d a c r esc e nt cuto ut w i th the word M a or Pa." C o l o r e d l i g h t s ill umi n a t ed the ceilin g. We wer e ente rtained b y c olle g e folk singe rs, hi g h sc h oo l trios and gu i t a r player s a n d 2 interns f r o m Go r gas. And thi s fu z z co n s t a ntl y fl oate d down from those p lant deco r a t io n s s tuck o n the w alls. M r and Mrs. Marshall e n t r a n ce d u s w ith th ei r t ec hn ique i n jazz D a ve Co h e n w o n fir s t p r ize fo r his bea r d Dear D i a ry: -A v iew from the C ollege N ovember 1963 In the S po t l i g h t wer e anno u nce d the m i d sernes t e r examssome how we p u s h e d thro u g h Thanksg i ving wee k end i s co m i n g I wen t to th e P a l m Bowl Game w i t h tha t d oll I'v e b ee n admi r i ng. W e yelled so muc h that our vo i ces were l os t t h e n ext day. B ut Mom's del i cious turkey d inn e r made up f o r t hat. So m e of th e g a n g we nt t o San t a Clar a f or th e r e m a ind e r of the wee kend M o n day came a n d I d i dn t ope n a book. Th e Annual P alm Bow l G a m e Dear Diary: December 1 963 Everybod y is looking f orward t o tha t wee k a nd a h alf o f rel axat i o n Mr. Herr, as co ndu cto r o f the Chri stmas C o n cert, d i d a sp l e ndi d j o b o n Litt l e Drwnmer B oy." The next evenin g was the Chri stmas Form a l F a ntasy o f th e S ea. Lu c h o really h a d us going o n t h at o l d Tivoli floor. On C h r i stmas Day th e famil y wis h ed t h e Chri st C h i l d a joyful b irthday. School spirit 7

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The Variety Show Dear Diary: D ear Diary: Jan uary 1964 I t is 1964--a new year with new resolutions. I returned to college with a mighty tan and thoughts of the one who left to the States. I studied h ard for those three weeks before finals, r e l ieved when it was through. One semeste r has fini s hed a lready. Dear Diary: February 1964 Our class i s spo nsoring the Valentine Formal. We decided on Fly Me to the Moon and cut hundr eds of stars. We spent all day h anging the star s and pinning t hem to the cur tain in the auditorium. The ce ilin g nearly came down w h en P eggy suspended the huge heart. That eve nin g cupid's arrow struck every heart that passed through hi s gates. At the end of t h e month Jack: staged a variety s h ow of great success. March 1964 Phi Theta Kappa ini tiated t h e t op 10 % int o the h onorary scholastic fraternity. I t seemed to inspire us to shldy a little bit harder Easter is here.. it's that time of year w hen the beauty of nature i s laid befo r e us, that time of year when our thoug hts turn toward God in appreciatio n for all we h ave. A relaxing moment in the dQrm Our joking Maste r of Ceremonies Dear Diary: April 196 4 The Delta Psi Om ega, drama fraternity, was sure busy prep a rin g for that big cel ebrat i on, the 400t h birthday of S hak espeare. Under Mr. Musselman s able leadership the Shakespea rean Festival was more than a success Ron Lewis characterized t h e Merchant of Venice" and Gaylord Mowery excellent l y portrayed "Ham l et." The stage con s i sted of platform cunning the entire length of the aud i toriwn with construct ion set-ups at each end. Dear Diary: May 1 964 Exams are over! We are now Sop h omores. The prom was truly An Enchanted Evening. The time and l abor spent making those kleenex flowers were well worth it. At the Banquet in Albrook NCO Club, we celebrated the Golden Anniversary of the Canal. We bade farewell to Dr. Moody and a successful college year.

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r.,' [r. Frank N S tein Dear Diary: November 1964 Electio n in t h e States was paralle l ed by our own mock e l ection. Th e d ebate club held a political forum in whic h a (jery deb ate ensued. The students then voted in whi c h Johnson was elected a 2-1 ratio The m o nth was hig hl ighted b y a trip throu g h t h e Gaill a rd Cut. We "sa iled a l ong t h e moonlit bay" on the Las Cruces, san g folk son gs, and went h ome to hi t the books for the coming mid-terms. 38 Queen Orue at Cam e l ot Dea r Diary: September 1964 J was glad to b egi n college o nce more-that sum m e r j o b was getting quite monoton o us. This year J was g l a d to he l p the r eg i ste r I noticed the many new faces among the faa.dty a nd welcomed them warmly to our college. That lin e at the Book Store n eve r seeme d to diminish The train rid e to the Jam oboree was a l ot of fun. Dear Diary: O c tob e r 1 964 After the rain y football game agai nst the Bulldogs we sat on floor mats in the college a uditorium a nd thorou,gh l y enjoyed a h oote nanny. A Masquerade Ball was he l d on go blin's dayFr a nken s tein scar ed away the witches while the Playboy Club member s pursued Cleopat r a and the roaring twenties stared at the cavemen. The mock e lecti on between J ohnson and Goldwater Dear Diary: D ecember 1964 Christmas is h ere once a gain. I was busy at h ome fixin g decorations with Mom a nd Dad puttin g up the eve r g r een tree and doin g 'my last minut e s h opping. The decor a tions at th e Christmas Formal spelled o ut Camelot. Queen Drue and her princesses drew admiring g l ances from their kni g ht s in armor. Dr. Kenn edy condu cted the C hri s tmas concert which lifted our heart s and thou ghts to the meanin g of Christ mas. Durin g the vacation we h ad a tremendous t ime a t the Hil ton, l istening and dancin g to the organLeroy's pride a nd joy.

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Dear Diary: J anuary 1965 Final Exams are the most important event on the calendar. If the' Sophomores pass we g r aduate in s i x months ou r Associate of Arts degree. We study ent h usIastICally wherever there is room -in car s in empty classrooms in th e auditor ium facilities, in the l ibrary in the l ounge. The trip to the Las Cruces D ear Diary: March 1965 It' s Carnival tim e in P anama. The parade was as elegent as ever. The classrooms seem slig htly empty at thi s time of year But w h o can resist th e rhythm of th e tamborito and the gaiety of th e comparsas. The j oy of Carnival ended when t h e tr aditio n a l burial of the sa rdine was enact e d. Phi Theta K appa held their ann ual initi atio n. Each of the 24 members r eceived the rose of purity an d t h e tor c h of wisdom. Jack did a swell job as Me o n the T a l ent Show. Dear Diary: April 1 965 The colle ge picnic. the biggest event of th e year was schedu led for April 3 rd We h ad a tremendous ti me playing softball, volleybal l or amb lin g a l ong the bamboo trees to the blossoming lil y pon ds. Those charcoaled h otdogs a nd cold sodas tasted good. The cast of "Streets of New York" did a fine j ob. This year th e colle ge sponsored Sports' Day. Dear Diary : May 1965 What a love l y prom with cherry blosso m s a nd t h e bidding Sayonara everywhere. The banquet introdu ced us to the del i cacies of the Orient. I t is again the end of th e year ... but a different type of h appiness fills the ai r OUf Graduation is here-a symbol of two year s behind us and two mOte to go. Carfl;l.val en P anama! Dear Diary: February 1 965 For a wee k the Freshman Class has announced a s lave sale. ]t was the best activity of the month. We heartil y laug hed at t h e s h apes of legs appeari n g b e ne at h the curtain. The next day each s lave wore a con spicuous sign, announced hi s master's presence, and enacted every wis h of t h e master. Sport"s D a y at College 39

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CHERYL MERRE ADAIR "Cheryl Undecided South Carolina 1 945 Wat e r Balle r 2; MARILYN j ANDERSON M a rilyn" Pre-NursiJJg Canal Zone, 1 945 Aquadettes 1 2; Bio l ogical Med ical Society, Pres. 2; Int ramura ls: B asketball, Volleyball, 1 2; Phi Theta K appa 1 2; Pilots C l ub 2; PHYLLIS j ALLEYNE Ph yllis' Can a l Zo ne, 1 944 C horu s 1 ; Undecided ROBERTO J ORGE ANDE RSON B ob" Undecided Panama 1 945 Basketball 1: Rifl e Club 1 ; JOAN P AMMIRATI Joan Elem e war), E d uc(/tio n New Y ork, 1 945 MARIA SENNA ANDRA DE M a r i a" U n decided New j ersey, 1932

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\. Y O LAND A C. A R CHER E lemelllal,) E dlJCallOIl : ana l Zone, 1 944 :horus l ; Sports I 2; Tropical Col .egi a n 2; f 1965 JOANNE ROBERT A B A K E R J oanne" Lib era l Arti, HlIlJlanities California, 1944 Sophomor e P i n Committee C h air. 2; V olleyball 2; GA RY H A RLAN ARNOLD Gar} Pre-Eng ill eerill,t:. Ohio, 1 945 E n gineering Club I ; Pi lols Club I 2; WILLIA M L EE BENNY L iberal Arts, H ,muw;/ies Can a l Zone 1 944 WARREN A ASHTON \ 'Varren" Undecided Cana l Zone 1 945 All Stars: Baseball 2; F ootball 2; Class P icnic Committee 2; Ta l ent S h ow 1 2; Track 2; R O B ERT BOATWRI G H T "Bob" Undecided Canal Zone 1 945 Transfe r from Car so n-Newman All Stars: B aseball, 2, Football 2;

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LYNNE C. BOSWELL Lynn e" El ementar) dll((IIIOII Caml Z o ne, 194; Class Treasurer 2; MORRIS ERNEST BRATHWAITE Morris" Liberal Ar/I. Humallilll'l Canal Zone, 1 944 ROBERT AUGUSTUS BOVELL B o b" Undecided Cana l Zone, 1 944 Band 2; Biological/Medica l Society I 2; C h orus 2; Music F es tival 1 ; P ep Band 1,2; Pil ots Club 2; DENNI S THOMAS BROME "Dennis" BlIJillfU Edll(al;01l, Admiu;Jlra/;oll Canal Zone, 194; CA RLOS HENERY BRA NDENBURG "La M omia" PreM ediral P anama, 1945 Bio l ogical/Medical Society 1 ; Christmas f orma l Committee 2; Eng i ne ering Club 1 ; Pan American Club I 2; Pi cnic Committee 2; Ring Committee 2; Sports: B asket ball V a r sity J Co-Captai n 2; B aseball; T rack MARY MICHAEL BRZEZINSKI "Mary Michae l Li beral Arts, H umanities Ca n a l Zone, 194; Biological / M ed ical Soc i ety 1 ; P an American Club Sec. 2; Phi Theta Kappa I 2; Pil ots Club I 2 ; Tropical Collegian I 2;

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RAY C. BURDA "Ray" D avid, 1 944 P re i\fedir.11 Bio l og icaljMedical Society I 2; Pan American Club I 2; Student Aid e 2; T a l e nt Show 1 2; )f 1965 NANCY N CARRION "Nancy" BlIJiness Edllration. G e n e r al C o mm e rcial T erminal Ecuador, 1944 P a n-American C lub 1; WYOl A ANN B U RKWALL Dec" Li ber(ll ArtJ. H ,mu wilid Missouri, 1 945 Student Association Seer 2; Tropical C ollegian I M anaging Editor 2; Valentine F o rma l Committee 2; GEORGE H CAS IRA "George" BIIJIJlt'JJ Edll((ltJ o}/. Auollllling Panama, 1944 P a n-American Club 2; Pilots Club 2; PATRICIA DEWllT CARNEA L P at" Lib e ral Arts, H umanities o r t h C aro l ina, 1 945 Tr ansfer from Av e r ett College; A ver elt Players Club I ; H ockey I ; "We Wer e S ev en" 1; Women's R ecreatio n A ssocia tion R ep r esentati ve 1 ; Aquadettes 2; MARIA N CHESELDINE M a rian BlIJineJI E ducation, Aaollllt ing Canal Zone 1940 Ph i Theta K appa 1,2;

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ALEXANDER GREGORY CHODAKOWSKI Greg" P,.,M ,dical Mas sac hu set ts, 1 944 Transfer from P a ris; Basketball I 2 ; Student Associatio n Vice-Pres. I ; Yearbook Staff 1,2; GRACE CRA I G "Grace" L iberal ArlI HIIIJJ(lniJies Aquadettes 2; P a n-American Club 2; Tropi ca l Collegian 2; ADRIENNE KNIGHT C L ARK "Spider" Lib era l ArlJ Englah Alabama, 1 945 Bridge Club, 2; Yearbook Staff. 1 Associate Editor, 2; Curriculum Committee 2; H ootenanny Committee 1 ; pjlots Club, I 2 ; Student Association, I 2 ; Tal e nt S how, 2; Valentin e F orm:ll Committee 2; YVONNE C RANE "Yvonne" Alaska, 1 945 Pre-M edical Assembly Co mmittee 2; Biolo g ical! Medical Society 1 2; Laboratory Aid e 2; Phi Theta Kapp a 1 Sec. 2; Pi l ots Club I 2; Student Association, Treasurer 2; Tal ent Show 2; Tropical Col l egia n 2; V a lentine Formal Committee; J ACQUE LI NE MARY COPPEN H A VER "Jackie" Ullderid ed Cana l Zone 194 5 LUISA CRITCH "Luisa" C hiriqui 1943 Undecided Chorus I 2; Pan American Club 1 Pilot s Club 1;

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( \ CELIA MARJ E C RO N O N "Ce l ia" Bu sineJJ Education Gen e ral C o mmercial TermhMI Canal Zo ne, 1 945 C heerleader 1 ; D o r m President 2; I n t ramurals: Bask et b all I 2; V o l l eybal l I 2; T enn i s 1 ; Spring P ro m C o urt j If 1965 fO S EPH HENRY D EAN J oe" Pre-iHedicai ?a n ama 1 942 3 i o l ogical/ M e dical S ociety 1 ; 'ports: B aseball, Basketball F oo t all 2 ; LI N DA D AN IELS Lin da" Tenn essee, 1 945 Psych ology MICHAEL B UC K DECAMP Br ook l y n Ohi o 1 944 Pre-Medical Br idge Club 2; Med ical/Bi o l ogica l Soc iety I 2; Ph i l osop h y C l ub 2; P i l ots Club 2; T r opica l Collegia n I 2; "Merc h a n t of Venice" THEODOR E A THELBERT DANI ELS T eddy" Undecided Cana l Zone 1 944 J AC K R D UBROFF Jack" P olitical Scienc e New Y o r k 1 944 B oo k Sto re, Manager 2; H oo t e n a n ny 1, 2; Student Assoc i ation Pr eside n t 2; Tal ent S h ow I 2; T ro pical Collegi a n Asst. Edit o r 1 Edito r 2;

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INN MAR I E D UNCAN Candy" Seco ndary E dllcati o n a nama 1946 lio l og i c a l / M edica l Society 2; C hou s I 2; P a n-Am erican C l u b 2 ; MAR J ORIE F R ANCES FLUMACH Pre-M e dic a l New Y o r k 19 4 5 Soci ety I 2 ; ELIZA BETH M A LLORY DUNCAN B e ts" El e m e ntar y E d ucatio n Nort h Caro l i n a t 945 C l ass Secr etary I ; Phi The t a K a pp a 1 2 ; Stud e n t A ssoc i a t i on 1 ; V a l e ntin e F o rmal Committee 1 ; V a lentin e Formal Court I ; MA R GA RET A FLYNN Peggy" Bllsiness Adminis trati o n Cana l Zone 1 9 4 5 E ducati o n Cheerlead e r 2 ; C h orus, 1 ; Chri s t m a s Forma l 2; Cl ass T r eas u r e r 1 ; H ooten anny 1 ; Pilo t s C lub, 1 ; T a l e n t Show, 1 ; "Littl e Mary Sunshine"; V a l enti n e F orma l C omm. ; V olleyball Int ramurals; W ILLI AM LEE ELDREDGE Bill" BwilleJJ E dll c a t io n A d m inis t ration Can a l Zon e 1 944 Fantastick s"; Hamlet" ; Litt l e M ary Sun s h i ne"; M e r c h ant of V enice"; T a lent Sho w 1 MARTI N CHARLES FORREST C h arlie Ele m e n/ a r y Educati o n Ancon 1 943 Year book St a f f 2 ; C hri s tmas F o r mal, 2 ; P an Am erican Club 2; Picnic Comm., 2; Pil o t s Club 1 2;

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; ILBERT EARL FREUND Gibby" Undecided Aissouri, 1 945 l aseball, 2; Pilot s Club, 2; Rifle :Jub, 1 2; Tennis 2; Tr ack, 2; f 1965 .ES L EY MARGARET HENDRICKS Les" BIIJilIess Education :ireat Britain, 1 945 RICHARD GERARDI Richa rd" P anama 1 944 Undecided BOBBYE LOU HERRINGTON "Bobbye Lou" Undecided Alabama 1 945 MARGARET A. GOULDING "Maggie" BIIsiness Education Anco n 1 945 SUSAN HORNING Sue" Pr e /lf ediral West Virginia, 194 5 Transfer from Baylor University : Honors Program

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ERNESTINA M HOWELL D olly Pre-illedica' Pan ama 1945 Bio l ogical/ M edical Soci ety 1 2 ; C h orus 1 2; Class Pin C o mmittee 2; Phi Th eta K ap p a 1 2; T r o p i c a l Colle g i a n 2; Valentine F orma l Committee 2. ALLEN E KRAPFL "A I BlIJineJJ E dllcati on, Acc o1lnting & AdminiJlr a li ol1 P a nama, 1 944 P an-American C lub 2; Pi l o t s Club 2. JOSE O HUERTAS, JR Jose" Li b e r t l l Ar/s, H llm allili e J P uerto R ico, 1 9 4 4 All-College P i cnic C o mmittee 2; Chri stmas F orma l Committee 2; Conquis t a d o r I, 2; E n gineering Club 1; P a n Am e rican Clu b 1 2; Pil ot s Club 1 2; MA RI A DEL C ARM EN LABOY Maria" P r e A 1 e di e al P u e r to Rico, 1944 P a n -Ame rican Club 3. MI C HA E L KLASOVSKY "Checko" Liberal Arts H llm allilie s Ca nal Zon e 1945 Rifle Club 2 M ARY PA U LETTE LA GRAV I P o lly" S eco nd a ry E dllcalio ; Alabama 1 944 Bull etin Boar d Committee 2.

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)AVE lARRISON 'Dave" Elementary Edflcat ion ,ew York 1945 ::horus 1 2; Delta P s i Omega 1 ; 'ootball 1 2; "little Mary Sunhine" 2; The Pirate" 1 ; Romeo .nd Jul iet" 1; Talent Show, Di "ector 1 2; If 1965 HORACE D lEWIS Horace" Lib eral Ar/s, Sci ence and A f alhemal;cs ?anama 1944 Bio l ogical/Medical Society 1 ; Boy's Dormitory. President I ; Chorus 2; Rifle Club 2; Student Aide 1; StuJent Association Council I; Tropical Collegian 2. JOHN JOSEPH lAWLER Joe" BlIJineu EducatiolJ, G e neral Commercial Terminal Panama, 1943 Cheerleader Advisor 2; Christmas For mal Committee 2; "The l a r k" 1; "Mo n serratte" 1; P an-American Oub 2; Pic nic Committee 2; Var s ity Sports: Footballi, B aseball 2. J AN ICE ILENE MABERRY Il ene" Lib eral ArlI, H rmltwilies Texas, 1 945 Brid ge Club 2; Christmas Formal Committee 2; Conquistador Staff 2; Pilots C l ub 1 2; Student Association Repr esentative 2; Tropical Colleg ian 2 ; Valentine Formal Comm i ttee 2 EDMUNDO J A. lEWIS "Ed" Pre-Engineering P anama, 1944 Baseball 2; Football 2; P i lots Club 2. RODERICK NORMAN MacDONEll "Roddy" Pre-En g ineerin g Canal Zone 1 945 Engineering Club 2; Track 2

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MORRI S FlDANQUE MA D URO M orris" Hll maniti e s Panam::t, 1 94 4 Li beral A r ts, A U DREY L YNETIE M c GEE L y n ette El e m e ntary E ducati o n Austra lia, 1946 Biol o g ical/M edica l Society I ; C ho rus 1 2; Chr istmas Forma l Co m mittee 2 ; Tntramurals: Basketball, Volleybal l 2. J A MES B. MANNING Jim" Pa n ama 1 9 4 4 Un decided "LittJe Mary Suns hine 2 ; P a n-Am e r ican C lub, Vi ce Pr es. 1 ; S wi mmin g 1 2; P A TRI CIA I REN E MERIWETHE R P a t Li bera l Arts, HlIIl1ttn i l i e s Ca na l Zone, 1 9 4 5 Biol o g ical/M ed i ca l Soc iety 2; C lass P i n Co mmi ttee 2; Co nqui sta d o r Staff I ; S tud ent A i d e I 2. VICTOR E MATIHEWS V i c P an a m a, 1 944 P r e-Engineerin g GARY C R A I G M E YER "Gary" Li b e r a l A r ts, HIIJJJanilies C a lifornia, 1945 Val e ntine Fo rmal C ommittee 1.

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'1ANCY ANN MORENCY 'Na ncy" BlIJiJless Edllcalioll ::an a l Zone, 1 945 : h eerleade r 1 If 1965 'AM OE DING Pam" Elementary Education ::Ol o r ado, 1945 :lass Officer Secretary 2; Christnas Formal Committee 2; Conquis'ador, As. Editor 1; Freshma n-Soph>more B an
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rOHNNIE LEE P ARKER J o hnnie" Underide d :-Iorth Carolina 194 5 3iological Society 2; Pil ot Club 2; Rifle T eam I 2; CARLOS R AMIREZ "Carlos" Lib e ral Arts, H umaniti e s Panama, 1944 Band I, 2 ; Music Festival 1 ; CATHERINE E. PR ICE "Cat h y" Lib e ral Arts Hu manities Canal Zone, 194 5 MIRIAM I LEANA RAMIR EZ "Ilea na" L iberal Arts, Hum anitie s Ca n a l Zone 1944 Pan American Society 1; Tr opical Co l l e g ian 1 ; REGINALD RICARDO PRI NCE "Reggie" UI/decided Canal Zone, 1 943 Sports: F ootball 1 2; Track 1 2; B aseball 1 2; B as k etball 1 2; Sprin g Prom Committee 1; Tropical Coll egia n I 2; Y ea r book I 2; C h orus 1 ; R AFAEL REYES "Ra l ph" Hu maniti e s P a nama, 1 945 Liberal Arts All-S tars: B aseball 1, 2; Football 2; Bio l og ical S ociety 1 ; F ootball 1 ; P a n American Society 1 ; 2; Sop h omore Pi cnic Committ ee 2; Talen t Show 1 2;

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( ANNETTE THERESE RYBICK I Annette" Lib e ral Arts, S cienc e & M athematicJ Cana l Zone 1 945 B iolog ical/Medical Society, VicePres. 1 2; Ch orus 2; Con qu ista dor, Editor 2; Freshma n -Sop h o more Ba nquet 1 ; Littl e Mary Sun s h ine" 1 ; Mu sic F estiva l 2; Phi Theta K appa I Pres. 2; Pil o t s Club 1; Student As soc i atio n C o uncil 1 ; Ta l e n t S h o w 2; Va l entine Formal Committee 1. 1965 tA L E RIE P AGE SMITH "Val Li beral Arts, Hll malliticJ ew Y ork, 1 946 A quadettes 2; Biol ogical / Medical Society 1; Intramurals: Basketb all I 2; V olleyball 2. CAROLYN ESTHER SMITH Carol G el1e ral Educati o nal T e rminal Canal Zone 1 945 Biological/M edi c a l Soc jet y 1; P anAmerican C lub 2; Tropical Collegia n 2. WILLIAM G SNYDER Billy" Undecided Ohio, 1 944 Class Office r Presiden t 2 ; Mus i c Festival I 2; P ep B a nd I, 2; Shak espea rian Festival I; T a lent Show l. LESTER RIC HARD SMIT H Lester BI/lineH Education Admillis lrtlli oll P a nama, 1945 P anAm erican C lub 2; Pil o t s Club 2. D AN IEL STEPHEN STEW ART Daniel" Lib e ral Arts, H llmanili e s Cana l Zo n e 1 944 Band 1 2; Mus i c F estiva l 1 2; Phi Thet a K ap pa, I 2;

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RAIG M STOUD NE R :raig" Uudecided :ln a ma, 1945 aseball 2; Picni c Committee 2; rack 2. ROBERT L. THOMPSON B ob" P o lilical British Honduras, 1 945 5 4 KENNETH UNDERWOOD "Ken" Bmil1ess Administratio n Canal Zone 1945 Biological/M edICal Soc i e t y 1; Christmas Fonnal Committee 2; Engineeri n g Club' 1; FreshmanSop h o m ore B anquet 1; Pilots (luI:; 2; Pan-Am erican Club 1 2; Sports: B aseball 2, Track 2. ROGER M SUAREZ "Rog" L iberal Arts, Hllm anities Chile 1 945 CAROLE THOMPSON Caro l e" URSULA THOMPSON "Ur sula" British H onduras UNPICTURED SOPHOMORES AHLBORN R I CHARD ALBANESE M I CHAEL ALLEMAN LILIA ARENZ J AMES ARGERNON, ART H UR BAUMBACX ETHEL BELL, PAUL BOOSTROM DAVID BOOTH M I CHAEL B ROOKS PAUL BURlLLO MAR I A CALHOUN, CAR LYN CAMP E LL, ROBE R T CANAMAS VINCENT

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PATRICIA ANN WATERS P at B'lIil1ess Edll(tlJiOJJ. G ene r al C o m merc i al T ermi u(// Connectio.lt, L945 o f 1965 EDWARD MARK W ILDER "Bi g Ed" P re M edical Canal Zone 1 945 AIISt a ,,, Baseball I 2; Foot ball I 2. C ARLES FELIX C HAPMA N, DON ALD C HASE ALFRED ClNIGLlO, PASCULAL COW ART ROBERT DE LA GUARDIA JORGE DE LA GUARD I A MARIA D U RBON MARK E ARL GUILLERMO E LICH CARLA ERMI SH T H OMAS EVELYN KARL FARAUDO GASTON EARL PATRICK WATSON E arl" Un decided P a nama, 1 9 4 3 FO N G MAR C OS GARCIA DE PAUDES GATTIS MORRIS GOODING NINA HlNEK, JOHN JANSSEN ARWIN KERR MAR G ARET KUNS SANDRA LAIR DAVID LAwYER, PATRICIA LUBER A JOHN M c CULLOUCH THOMAS MORRIS, KENNETH LEO E WELC H JR "Leo Pre-El1gil1eer ing P a nama, 1 943 Rifle Club 2. ANITA MELROSE W ILLINGHAM "Anita" Elementary E dllcatiol1 Alaba ma, 1945 Intr a murals: Volleyball I 2 MULLINS EARL NAGY, ARMITA PEARSON YOLANDA PLULA JIM REIF, GORDON ROBERTS SUSAN SAMUELS RUPERT SHERlDAN, SH E IL A SMITH, EUGE NE SP RADLIN, LLOYD SZYMANSKI VIVIAN VENTUR A JUAN WALLA CE, DIANE WILLOUGHBY, RONALD H 55

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Not satisfied with his befallen lot at to payoff his debts .. ... the with their studies undergraduates similarly struggle to reach their g oals 59

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Association Q 1 Hfiters Dee Burkwall S, Jack Dubroff P J o hn Vaucher VP, Yvonne Crane S QIlass @ffiters Lynne Boswell T Billy Snyder P (Pam Oedin g S, Ken Underwood VP ) 1Jireshnwn Anne Gilley T Bets y Brown VP, B illy Satter (@f QIanal Illne QIllllege The four main leaders of OUI colle ge are the S A Officers-they instill with in the college an atmosp h ere of h igh ideals and aims, a desire to improve the c o ll ege in worthy aspects, and a smooth-running se lf -government. They convey their leader s hip to each class officer. The team work of the ambitious and h ard-working officers composes the core of our college spirit and stamina. w hite p Diana l anoale S. Bo wen SA, K en ned y F Vosbur g h S, H onea J. JJunior ffikt5Eo @ffitHS Bob Smith VP Drne French S, J oe Salterio P Jon Craig CM Omar R oos T 59

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C HARLES COOP E R ABER NATH Y Chuck A ncon. Canal Zone 1945 W ILLI AM E DWARD ADAMS Bill Can:)\ Zo ne, 1 945 MAG AL Y ALAYON P uerto R ico 1946 R I N A ALA YON Puerto RIco 1946 V I C T OR M A L E R S V i c P uerto Rico, 1945 111reshmen H A RRY ALDEN A S H BY P anama 1945 LE\X I S KEITH A T H O W \'I?ash i n g l o n 1946 MAR I O A AYALA P a n ama 1946 M I C H AEL J OS EPH B ARA N I C K "r-,' fike" Canal Z o n e, 1945 ANTONI O A LBERTO BAR BET P a nama, 1 945

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TERRY JEANE BARRIS Colorado, 1947 SANDRA BAUCHMAN "S:lndi" Panama 1945 CHARLES FREDER I CK BELDEN "Charles" D nal Zone, 1946 FRANCES ELIZABETH BELL Georgia, 1946 RICARDO ANTONIO B ILO NICK Ri c k P::mama, 1947 I SABELLE JANE BODDEN Jan e" P anama, 1 947 JUDITH ANN BO ILER "Judi" Miss ouri, 1946 RICARDO BaNNI CK .lEAN DARYL BOSWELL Canal Zone 1946 JANICE MAR I E BROCIE Illinois, 1946 BETSY NORMA N BROWN Tenne ssee, 1946

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J AME S A BROWN "Jim" Washington, D.C, 1942 PAMELA SUS A N BROWN Pam" P ennsylva nia, 1946 J O H N EDWARD BUNDY Rhode Island, 1946 ROBERT ROY BURGENER "Bucky" Wisc o nsin 1 946 CLAUDE ANTONI O B U R G ESS Canal Zo ne, 1 94 5 K A T HRYN PATR IC I A BUSH K;tth i" Al a bama, 1 946 CAROL A N ITA CAMPBELL O h io, 1 946 GEOR GE C ARL CARNEY Cali f orni a 1946 GUILLERMO E CEDENO Argentina 1 9 4 6 BETTY C H AM P S A UR P a nama, 1947 N I N A LEE C HAPPEL L F lo rida, 1 946

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DORIS M CHEUNG Panama, 1946 RAFAEL JULIO CIN IELIA Panama, 1945 SHEILA CLARKE MAR S HA ELAINE COLLIN S North Carolina, 1946 TIMOTHY CORRIGAN "Tim" Canal Zone 1 946 ANSELMO ROGELIO CUMMINGS Panama, 1946 H ELEN FRANCES DANIEL Canal Zone, 1 9 45 KEN NETH FRANKLIN DARLINGTON Ken" Canal Zone, 1946 DALE A DAVEY Cana l Zone, 1945 BARBARA L. DENNY California 1946 PETER L. DENTON Canada 1945

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G ERET PETER D e P I PER "Gary" New Y ork, 1946 DOMINQUE JEA N RAYMO N D deREI L H AC France, 1945 PATRI C IA DERRER New York 1946 ALEX I S R. D1AZ "Felix" P a nama, 19-16 R O BERTO DOM INGUE Z P marna 1 944 MARCI A JANE D UBBS Indian a 1 946 ROBE RT O F DURA N P:ana ma, 1 94 6 SID NE Y ALFREDO D YAR Canal Z o ne 1 9 4 5 ROCHELLE EGUDI N "Shelly" Cana l Z o ne, 1946 DONNA EMERSON LO U I S EDWARD ENGE LK E Panama, 1 946

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BO N ITA LAU RA ENSEY "&nnic" C o l orado, 1 946 J U A N ITA LORRAINE ENSE Y J o hnnie" C o l o rado. 1 9 46 RO B ERTA L. EVA NS RONALD G EVER S Ronnie" Cann.1 Z one, 1 9 4 6 KATHRYN FAL LON Can a l Z one, 1 9 4 6 MICHAEL GENE FARROW Indiana, 1 9 4 5 NEV I N E OSM A N FAWZY E gyp t 1 9 46 MARIA dol PILA R FERN ANDEZ Cana l Z on e 1 9 4 6 JOHN B F I ELDS III Panama, 1 9 3 8 RI CHARD LESTER FLAM M D i c k Cal i f o rnia 1 9 46 RO N AL D A UGUSTO FONG R o n n i e Pana m a 1 947

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K,\THRYN FO S TER K at hy" TONI FO U RNIER P ennsy lv::mi a 1 9 4 6 MI C HAEL A F UR LOW "Wo p New Y ork. 194 6 LINDA FUSSELL Panama 1946 T H OMAS ALBERT GANGLE T o m Canal Z one 1946 DAVID LEE GAU L D a ve" P ennsy lvania, 1 9 4 6 CAROL GETMAN ANNE ELlZAIlETH GILLEY Cana l Z one, 1 94 6 DIANE ESTHER G ILMA N Florida 1 9 4 6 LlL GONZALEZ P a n a m a 1 947 H E NRY GONZ ALEZ Panama 1946

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HAR O LD PAU L G R E E N Mich ij!an. 1 946 WALTE R ANDREW GUNTHARP. JR. "Wal t" M assac h usetts, 1946 FRANKIE DEAN HA GAR M issouri, 1946 JESSI E MARIA HASSL E R Panama, 1945 MRS. LILLIA N HHLKER New Mexi co, 1 9 1 8 MARI S ELA HERMIDA Panama. 1 945 WAYNE R O B ERT HE S KE W O kl a h om:J, 1946 JAMES HARRY HICKS Canal Z one, 1946 JANE ELISA HOLGE R SON CaM I Z o ne, 1 9 46 JON FRANCIS HOLMER Canal Zo ne, 1 94 6 ISABEL HORNA Chiriqui 1 9 4 6

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JAME S ROBER T HOVAN Ca n a l Z o ne 1 9 45 ROBERT W ILLIAM HO W ARD "Boobsy" Cal i f o rnia, 1 946 S HIRLEY ELIZA B ETH HOWE Oklahoma, 1944 LYNN MARIE HOWELL Maryl a nd, 1 946 J OSEP H M I C HAEL H UNT C a n a l Zon e 1 946 DI ANA E IA NOLE Cana l Z o n e 1 94 6 P ATR I C IA MARIE J A NSSEN P atti" Cal if ornia, 1 946 JUDITH D E LLE JELLUM "Judi Mi n n esota 1946 J O H N THOMAS JOYNE R Cmal Zo n e 1 94 4 MARI O ALBERTO JULIO P anama, 1 9 4 5 GEORGE M I C HAEL K A N DR I N Panama, 1 944

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CAROL KAPINOS Canal Zone, 1946 CHARLES ERVI N KEYS Kentu cky, 1946 NANCY K ING New York 1946 JON PARRY KLAGES Delaware. 1946 IVAN KLASOVSKY C ana l Z one, 1946 LES LIE BLANCHE KLINE Panama, 1947 ROBBIN SUZANNE LACEY Nebr.1ska, 1 945 VIRGI N IA E LADNER Penns y l v ania, 1946 MANGANITA ANGELE LA GRAVE Alabama, 1946 SHE IL A MAR I E LAPORTA Canal Z o ne, 1 946 CONSTANCE ]. LAS HER "Connie" Canal Zone 1946

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KATHLEE N MICHELE LAVALLE K athy" Canal Zone. 1946 ELIZABET H LEW I S LUI S CARLOS LEWIS Panama, 1945 GEORGE D LORD P ;IO:lffla, 1 946 MELVA ELAINE LOWE C'lnal Zone, 1946 M ARTHA JANE LUCAS Pennsyl vania, 1 9 4 6 REGINALDO LUM P anama, J 944 ARMANDO ARTU RO LYMA-YOUNG P ,m:una, 1 947 LINDA LOU I S E LYO NS K enlud,},. 19 ft) EVELIA CELINA MAYNARD Can:'!1 Zone, 1 946 RONALD GEORGE MEYER Ronnie" New Y ork. 1 946

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JOHN ART H U R M I LLAR P anama, 1946 LO U I S B McGOFF Cana l Zone, 1946 JAMES O M cKENNA "Jim" Nebraska, 1946 ALI C IA PRI SC I LLA M c M U RRAY Panama., 1 9 4 3 \ I RENE MARY MONZO N P anama 1946 J AMES R MOOR E "Jim" L ou i s i ana, 1946 STEVE MORRISON JII ino is, 1 946 JUDIT H A MY ERS Jude" Ari zona, 1946 KATHRYN V I RGI N IA MYERS Kathi Cal iforni a 1 9 4 6 JAMES T NAPIER "Jim" W ales, 1 945 RA YMOND J OS EPH OTT Canal Zone, 1945

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ELVA PERE Z T exas, 1 9 46 LEE ANN PETROSKV Connectic ut, 1946 ETNA C. PEZET P anama, 1 9 4 7 JAME S E PH E LAN Jim Canal Zone, 1 9 1 2 BERNARD EUGENE PlAIA Canal Zone, 1 945 J GUILLERM I NA T P INO Panama, 1 9 1 5 MAR S HA LYNN PREVOST North Caro l i na, 1946 REY H U MBERTO QUINTERO P a n :lffia, 1943 KATHERINE RALSTON Kay" RAFAEL H RAr-.flREZ Ray" Puert o Rico. 1946 S I XTO A RAMIREZ Canal Zone, 1 945

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IDA l\ [AR C H RAMSEY Otnal Zone. 1916 EMMA GLORI A REYNOLDS C a n a l Zone, 1946 HAR VEY GLENN RHYNE C1n:l1 Zone, 1 946 JIM \"iI RILEY I owa, 1 946 PEDRO PABLO RODRIGU E Z P a nama, 1945 SANDRA SU E ROTHROFFY C'lna l Z o ne, 1946 S H ERRY S ABO G eorgia, 1 946 E NR IQUE OCTAVIUS SALERNO P a nama, 1915 R I CARDO S A NCHEZ P:lnalU:a, 1946 C H ARLES GEORGE S A N DER S C1nai Zom.', 1946 B ILLY JIN K S SATIERWHITE California 1 946

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E ILEEN SCHM IDT Can:ll Zone, 19-17 HANS OlTO P eru, 1 946 IRENE MARIE SEE P:ln:lma, 1946 JORGE R. EE Pan:lm:l, 1915 BElTYE S H A F FER Can:ll Zone 1 945 JOSE JUAN S HEP H ERD Canal Zone 1 945 CARO L ANN S HOWALTER Haw aii, 1947 D AVID KEITH S I MPSON Dave" i\l3r}'land, 1946 MARY S I S AK J EFF R Y F SLAUG HTER j eff' Texas 1939 RUSSELL C L EMEN T SLOUG H Pao:lma, 1 946

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P i cture Not A .... iI.ble ALBERT R I CHARD SMITH (:In:l! Zone, 1 946 MARION O SMITH (:In:l Zone, 1 943 RICHARD SMITH Joe" lA "DEE SOCRE PanJma, 19-i5 DELANO RONDOlPH S TE ELE "CaJito" Canal Zone. 1 9 1 6 ELIZA LOU ISE STE PHE NS N ew Y ork. 1946 JAMES JOSEP H STE VENSON P ennsy lvania. 1946 KATH lEEN GALE SULLIVA N Kathj" Cal ifornia. 1945 KARE N TANASS Y N ew J e r sey. 1 946 C LAYTON M. TAUL "Clay" Florida. 1946 ROBERT W THAC HE R Flo rida,

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t SUE UNRAU Panama, 1946 L ORRAINE ELIZABET H U R E Y "Raine" Canal Zone, 1 946 CHARLES EDWARD VOWELL T ennessee, 1945 R ICHARD CRA I G WALL ACE Canal Zone. 1946 BONNI E GAYLEN E WARD M assac h usetts 1946 J UDITH LEE WARDORD J u dy" Can a l Z one 1946 KAR EN LEE W A SZ AK A ustria, 1946 S A N D R A WATS O N Florida, 1946 REB E C CA ELIZABET H W E B B Florida, 1 9 4 6 LYL E TERRY WEBSTE R lo..fa ryian d 1 944 FRED ETHAN, JR WELLS Can:li Zone, 1 94 6

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REG I NALD AARON WHARTON Canal Zone, 1943 ROBERT WILLIAM WHEELER Ancon, C.Z., 1 945 LAURAY I RENE W ILL Cri slobal, 1944 ROLAND GEORGE WOODS R o n Texas, 1 946 UNPICJURED FRESH MEN ADAMS JOHN ALEXANDER ALLEN JOOOEEN ALVARADO JUAN ARIAS DEBORA, BAlLN J U D ITH BAS HAM MICHAEL BAUMAN ROBERT BERG CARL BOOTH, GEORGE BRADS HAW, COLIN BROWN, TULA BRYAN LARRY BURNS, JOHN BURTON LEROY CARPENTER MARGARET CASEY, R I C H ARD CATRON W I LLIAM C H ANDLER DORATHY CHUE ADELE CLARKE DALE COZENS M I CHAE L CRUM L EY CYNTHI A DANIELS, THEODORE DE MENA JUAN DERRY PATRICIA D UNCAN, CHARLES ELICH CARLA ENDER FRANK EVERS FREDERICK FEHRENBACH EDWIN FERRUZINO MAR I A FOSTER HARRY GALIFFA WARREN GANOA, PETER GARCIA, EN I ELIO GONZALES, RODRIQUEZ GREE ,CHARIlY GUIBERT JAMES GUI L LEN GLOR I A GUI LlIS, WARREN GUTI ERREZ PABLO GUTHRIE JOSEPH HALLEY M I C HAEL HALMAN NORMA H ARDIN LINDA HARRINGTON, ROBERT HERMANNY EUGENE HERRERA A N AYANS I A HERLAND JANE H I CKEY THOMAS HIDALGO, HARRY HOFMANN, ANNE HOLMES JON HUGHES LINDA JANSON, MICHAEL JONES CAROLYN K I P R I CHARD LE BRUN MICHAEL LEIGNADlER P I ERRE LE VEE MORTON LEWTER NORMAN LIVI NGSTON, MICHAEL MA YERS ALFREDO M c ART H U R BRENDA M cCLUNG, JOSEP H McDANIEL ROSALIE M cGLOIN, JOAN M c KENNA BARBARA M c PHERSON DAVID MENDEZ OCTAVIO MICHAELIS GREGORY MILLET ANN MONROE WALTER M ULLER, YVONNE MYERS, H ECTOR NAPOLEAN, MART H A NORDSTOM, W I LLIAM OSBORNE S H IELA PARKER DAVID PEAR SON, CHESTER QUIJANO, MANUEL QUIJANO, R I CARDO RAMI NEZ CARLOS RODR I QUEZ J IL MA ROJAS RUFINA ROOS ALFORD ROSEMOND, HORTENC I A ROWLEY SAMUE L RYAR M I C H AEL SALON I CK CAROLE SAMSON SANTOS SARGENT RENEE SCHOCH, BAR I SC H ONERT, JOAN SEBI K JOSEPH SHAR ICK, EARL SINGLETON, WILLIAM SOSA GEORGE SOWARDS MELVIN SPENCE J I MMY SPRAUVE KENNETH ST I EBRITZ EDITH SWAS I CH, JANE THOMPSON, JAYNE TRA NE, DORATHY VAWCHER, JOH N VECCH I ANE, RICARDO VELE Z, MAR I A WEADE FRED WEBSTER DOUGLAS W HI TE W I LLIAM W H iTNEY PETER W I LLIAMS, RICHARD WILSON, BERNICIA WILSON HEIDI W I LSON JAME S WYNNE, J OSEPH ZERB I NATI, CEC I LIA RAYMOND R WONG P a n ama NORMA MARIE YORK New Y ork, 1 9 46 TERESA ISA BEL YSERN P a n ama, 1945 LUI S CARLOS ZAPP I Panama, 1945

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MEN RECEI V ING D I PLOMAS I N 1 964 Kenne th J ose ph And e r so n liber.ll Arts Tra n sfe r ""Fe.lOkllO L. A se r o n A ccou ntin g Tr.ln sfe r R obe r t 51ephen Bowen, ] r. Liber.l l Art s Transfe r R od m;lf1 FrJn k Brayton Busi n ess Adm inistration Tra n sfer Rudo lph Anthony Burd a L ibe ral Art s Transfe r A r c hic B Carroll I II Lib e r a l Art s Tr: m sfe r R obe r t Augustus Chan Business Administr a tion Terminal Ric h ar d R eevcs Dixon A ccou ntin g Tra n s fer Arthur Mic h ael D ona hue Liber.11 Arts Tr:ms( er K ef"," Eugene Frau e nh eim II Accounting Transfer j\im,., R Freeman En gi n eering Transfer Jeffrey S H a r e L ibe r a l Art s Transfe r Th omas Edward James Mallia L ibe r :lI Art s Transfe r Rich a r d McNatt Liber:l.l Arts Tran sfe r Marcos Juan Menendez Cordav:!. A ccounting Trans f er George OMast., Jr. L iber : d Arts T ransfer Charles C. P ar k e r Libera l A rt$ Tran s f e r R ona ld Edward Pearl Busin ess Administr a t ion T r ansfer Rich a rd T P imento Engin('Cring Transfe r P edro Mano R ognoni Libe ra.l Arts T ermina l Alford Omar R oos L Iberal Arts Transfe r J osep h Louis Sal lerio Jr. Li bera l Arts Transfe r Wendell D Sasso Business Administration Tra n sfer H arold Quimby Smith Accounting T ermina l R a l p h Alegre Smit h Lib era l Art s Transfer Donald J o h n T e rry liberal Arts T e rm i n a l Winston D Walrond Busines s Administration Termi nal Rodney Jame s W mborn Liberal Arts T ransfer Edison Walter Wirtz Jr. L iberal Arts Terminal Edward H a rrell Womble, Jr. Business Administration T ermina l 78 *Gr aduates with H ig h H o nor s t. ... __ I I As t h e Gradu ates of the Class o f 1964 r ece i ved t heir dipl omas, eac h r emi ni sced o n two yea r s filled with h a rd shldyi n g and good times t h e h ou r s spent in l ab, the end l ess themes written f o r Englis h the gallons of coffee imbibed during Semester E xam Week, the dreamy proms at Amador and the T ivo li. t h e parties at Santa Clara, the fantasti c trip to Ca r tagena The Class of 1964 expe r ienced two major occasions in th e hi story of CZc. I n D etembe r 1962 recognition was ex t e nd ed by the MSACS S Commi s sions on I nstitutions of Hig h er Learning to cove r t h e expanded JUNI ORS. UNPICTURED AMADO. MARIA BARNES GROVER BLASSER. EDUARDO DAVIS. LOUIS DIXON. R I CHARD f.REEMAN JAMES FRENCH WORDEN KIELHOf.ER RAYMOND f 1964 j d rear progr a m of t h e College, and th e nam e Ca.na l Zone J uni o r C o l I;te was c h a n ged t o Canal Zone College. I n S epte m be r 1 963 ce rem o nies opened th e n e w college bui lding-a new bui l din g with a c hall e n g m g educationa l a.tmosp h e r e enric h ed by fin e l abo r atory f ac iliti es an ex r ndi n g l ib r ary, a mod e rn l ectu re r oo m excellent a thleti c facilities a \ell-designed auditor ium, and a view o f the cana l to dist r act stude nt s Jrn "Mr. Bowen's" l ectu r es. e the Class of t 965, proudly sa l ute you for unlocking th e doors you r future as the First Graduating Cl ass from Canal Zone Coll ege LUTZ. BRI A N LYEW. CHARLES. JR MAL LI A T HOMAS MeNATI, R I C HARD SALTERIO J OSEPH STEVENS, MARGARET TAGAROPULOS. R I CHARD THAYER. C LAR ITA WILLOUGHBY. RONALD WOMEN RECE I V ING D I PLOMAS I N 1 964 Mar ia L ui sa Am ado Lib e ra l Art s Tra n sfe r Mary L ois Amundson L ibe r a l Art s Trans f e r Ruby Thelma B acot L iberal Arts T e rmin a l M a ry Elizabeth B a rr ett Commercial T e rm i n a l Diane J ac k so n B e rger Liber a l Arts Tra n s f e r *Patricia Anne Calhoun L ibera l Arts Tra n sfer Carolyn Ann D avis Liber a l Arts T ermina l Druc illa Ann D e P ip e r L ib e ral Arts T ransfer Sh ei l a Alexandra End a ra Secretaria l Science Transfer *Elizabeth Ann F oste r Secretarial Science T ransfe r Rebecca M F usse ll L ibe r a l Art s Transfer Mar ga r et M ary Ga n g l e Commercial T e rmin a l Charlotte Antoinette George Li be r a l Arts Tra nsfer Jea nn e B a r bara H a l vosa S ecretaria l Science Tra n s fer Fr a nces Christine Hin e k L ibe r a l Arts Trans f e r Edit h L ou ise Huff L iberal Arts T r a nsfer J oella J e nkins-L ibe r a l Arts T e rmin a l M ary L ouise Lopcoz Cordova L ibe r a l Arts Transfer K at h e r i n e Lee McCue L ibe ral Ar ts Transfe r Carolyn Elizabeth McGann L ibe ral Arts Transfer B etty J M cGrew L iberal Arts Transfer Sherry Ann Petty L ibera l Arts ( H uma nit ies) Transfe r Sheila Ann R eynolds L i be r a l Arts T e r mi n a l J a net L ouise Smith L i bera l Arts Tra n sfe r Shirley Ann e Smith L iberal Ar ts T e rmin a l J a ni ce D ean Spe n cer L ibera l Arts Tra n sfer M a rgaret Emk1' Stevens L i bera l Arts (Natura.l Scie n ce) T e rmin al *Cl a rit a M aria Thaye r Li be r a l Arts Trans fer Tisbe U r riola S ecreta rial Science Termina l Ann Carol \Xlitte n Lib e ral Arts (Natural Science) T ransfer *Graduates with H ig h H o n o r s 79

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GORDEN FRASER BOSWELL "Gordy" Ancon Canal Zone 1 944 Swimming 1 2; F oobtall 3; Chemistry Lab Assist a nt NORMAN J. CAMPION T exas, 1 943 H o n o r COlln c i l 1 ; Tropical Collegi a n 3. JOSEPH W. CO FFIN "Joe" New York 1 944 All Zone: F ootball 1 2; Basketball 1, 2; C. Z. AIISta r s 3; SDAC Football 3; V a r s ity Sports: Bask et ball 1,2; Football 1 2; JONATHAN D C RAIG J o n" Can a l Zone, 1 944 Brid ge C lub 3; Chris tmas F o rmal Committee 3; Conquistador Staff 3; Intramura ls: Baseball, Basketball 2 ; Pilot s Club 2, 3; S. A. Executive Council 3; Safety Committee 3; Shakespearia n Festival 2. ROBERT JOHN DANIEL B ob" New York 1 943 Chorus I 2, 3; Con9u i sta d o r Staff 2, 3 ; S. A. P h o t og r ap h er 3; Trop ical Collegian p h otographe r 3; Pilots C l ub 3; DRUCILLA ANN DEPIPER FRENCH "Dme" Nc-w Y ork, 1 945 Bas k etball Intramura l s I ; B oo k store 2, 3; Christmas Forma l Committee 2, 3; Court I 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; D e l ta Psi Om ega 2, 3; "Hamlet" 2; Class Secretary 3; Little Mary Sunshine" 2; "Merchant of V enice" 2; Pilots Club 2, 3; Prom Committee-2; R o m eo a nd Juliet" 1; SDAC J amboree Queen 3; S. A Treasur e r 2; Tal e nt Show I 2; V a l e ntine F or m a l Com. I ; Volleyb all Intram 1

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KENNETH STERLING POLLACK "Rusty" California 1 943 Brid ge C l ub 2; P i l ots Club 2. GRACIELA ELENA PRECIADO "El e n a" Louisiana 1945 SANDRA JANE SALON I C K "Sandy" Conquistador, Editor 2; Delta P s i Omega Secretary, 2; J amboree Queen 1; L ittle Mary Sun s hine" 2 ; Mer c h a nt of Ven ice" 2; "The Pirate" 2; R omeo and J u l iet" 1 ; S. A. Secretary 2. ROBERT SM ITH "Bob" Panama, 1 944 B asebal l 3; Christmas F orma l Committee 3; Class Officer, Vice-Presiden t 3; Engineering Club 1; Executive Council 3 ; F ootbal l 3; Valentine Form a l Committee 1 EDMUND STONE STALLWORTH JR "Ed" Cana l Zone, 1 943 S HIR LEY ANNE SM ITH P anama, 1 943 Chorus 1; I ntramurals: Basketball I ; Bowlin g I ; Volleyb all I 2, 3; P a n American Club 1, 3; Spo r ts Day 2; Tropical Collegian 2; Student Aide 2, 3;

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= The Kin g and Qu een of Spain an d many le arned men won Balboa's respe c t and hig h esteem . we too look up to th o se individuals w h o have s et their names in the H all o f F a me of Cana l Zone 82 Co ll ege

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1mlr. (fianal Ione ([ollege r" Jerv e UJ . Me. Joseph Lawler

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M iss Lily A l eman 86 Magic in their t eet Me. Ray Burda

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"'1-'--. --) f Miss Sheila Sheridan They 1lever failed to draw admiri1lg gla1lces Mr. G o rdon Boswell 87

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Tliest 111noking -....,..-Miss Bobbye Lou Herrin gton Me. Warren As h to n I f eyes were made for see in g, then beauty iJ its own excuse for being.

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Miss J oan ne Baker W'herever they met (/ Slrallge r the y left a frielld. Mr. Carlos Bran d en bur g 89

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Miss Celia C ron o n 90 most Athletit They played /lOt for gain. bllt for sport. Mr. Rafael Reyes

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]Elltst 3lntcllcdual Miss Yvonne Crane N o task's too steep fo1' hI/man wi t Mr. Daniel Stew art 91

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Mr. Robert Panzer 92 Bam for success, they seemed. Miss Annette Rybicki

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Mr. Robert Boatwri g ht Miss Carole Thompson P oplliarity ... o1/ly a virtlle wbere men bave it wbetber tbey will or 1/ot. 93

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Miss M a r g aret Morris 94 1Jlllost ffictlenteb Tbe w o rld a'IVails tbeir talent witb open "fillS. Mr. Willi a m Snyder

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Me. Edward Wilder They l oved 1 0 la/{g h and so t hey lelll to othe r l ives theirmerrimelll. Miss Patr i c i a L aw yer 95

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JJamhllree '64 Miss Kathl ee n Sulli va n Queen of the '64 De1lils

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1Jiiighlighis OOf d1amhoree Qu een Drue French of the Cobras The teams admire t h e gracious queens. Q u een s o f th e A C a nd CZC teams Queen K a thi of the Devils 97

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QIal1lctot Mrs. Drue D. French Qlleell al Ihe Chrislmas F ormal, 1964 98

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Mis s P a tri cia Meriwether S o phomo r e P r illce s s Th e Queen' s C ourt Qla melo! Miss S a ndr a S a l o ni c k Jllllior Prillc ess l\fissing: M i s s Rochelle E g udin F resbmf1ll PriJJcess 9 9

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100 At San Sebastian the Conquistadores achieved their first victory at battIe through rigoro us work, skilled l eadership, courage and faith . . . our teams ach ieved their victory in the same way. 103

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STRENUOUS TRAINING STRATEGY FIGHTING SP IRI T 103

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A waiting th e Ki c k Off G rac i ous Q ueens S t ars and Stri pes Dem o n s trat i n g a Pass-Off to left f l ank dur ing a warm up

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C1rJOS B., Joe S., Joe 1. Jose H disp lay rabb l e sp irit!
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The sweet taste of victory! cz.c. i s in for the tackle
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ffihe 3Be1ttls FIRST ROW LR: SECOND ROW LR : R Reyes G B. Campbe U G E Lewi s E M Durbon HB 1-M oo r e QB T Ga n g l e HB A Smit h G J Stevenso n E 1. Spradlin HB R. Prince E P Br oo k s T C. B rads haw HB D Webst e r T J H u n t GB D Lai r G G K a n drin C E. Wil de r T THIRD ROW LR : FOURTH ROW LR : G H erma nny T D R e ilh a c T W N ordstrom T C M Seward s HB D G aul G E M B a r anick T .FB W A s hton E R. Wharton HB T Corrigan FB B Boatwri g ht E MISSING : R Ramire z HB R Flamm T. 107

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108 \'(farren Ashton END Dave Gau l GUARD ill 0 1 1 Edd i e Wi l der TACKLE e g George Kandrin CEN TER e J oe QUART U e t Pau l Br ooks TACKLE Raf ael Reyes GUARD Bob BOltwright END

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Tim C.orrigan HALFBACK .. The fami l i a r discussion h uddle b efore the game Lloyd Spradlin HALFBACK Mike Brannick FULLBACK Going home after the game

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Lloyd Spradlin Rafae l Reyes R obert Boa twr i g h t Missing : Edward Wi lder The f o ur Canal Zone College pJayers featur e d he r e we r e c h osen to r epresent the Canal Zone on an all-star team. Thou g h t hey p lay no games toget h er, t hey r ep resent th e best t h e Canal M oment o f refr eshme n t durin g the game. Z o n e has to offe r in t h eir r espect ive posit i ons. They a r e chosen f o r their spirit, playi n g ability, and good spor t s m a n ship o II R Reyes G J..Hunt QB, ]. Coffin receive awards from L t Gov Parker.

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Th e PERFECfION o f TECHNIQUE ANTIOPATION I N MAKING THE BASKET I Th e TIME ELEMENT

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111 Jim Arnez FORWARD ill.Lill. CZ.L. CZ.C. CZ.C CZ.C CZ.C CZ.C CZ.C. CZ.C CZ. C .54 ..... 88 67 87 88 .. 61 .. 70 68 39 S.D.A.C B.H.S. CH.5. S.D.A.C B.H.S. CH.S. CH.S. S.D.A.C B H.S. ........... .... ........... ....... ..... t r t t illite n Wayne Heskew GUAR D 35 73 56 66 79 56 48 49 60 The Players of the CZ.C Basketball team displayed such ability, spirit, and good sportsmans hip that they are to be congratu l ated. The Coll ege team this year was so ove rpowerin g that it nearly p laced its star ting five on the All Zone teamA rnez, Brandenburg Bra n n i c k H eskew! INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT CZ.C 69 S .D.A.C 49 CZ. C 71 B.H.S. 59 FINALE CZ. C 76 Clayton .. 83

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Mike Brannick CENTER FIR S T ROW L-R: J. M oore R. Burge n e r W. Heskew B P anze r (I S not listed ) G G G F SECOND ROW L R: B D aniels C. Br a nd enburg M. Brannick J. Amez F May ers Robert Bur g ener GUARD Carlo s Brandenbur g FO RWARD ffih e ffiCClllt G F C F G

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Th e l earn saw t h e s u n dawn every morni n g --Hey! Thi s b all i s magn et i z ed! T o o ur Coac h F ink e l stein: Th anks 116

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T HE TRACK TEAM: BAO< ROW LR: A. Ramirez G. deP iper R Wallace C Stoud n e r Y A lecs FRON T ROW L R: L Socur Y D oug htery The c.z .c. foursome i n the medley race: Dave Gaul, Jose Bibbo, G e ret dePiper J o h n Janssen. 119

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Di scussing the s i g n a l s R ig h t i n t h e p oc ket Oh, Bananas! 121

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Vi c A l e r s S E C O N D BASEMAN W a rren A s h to n PITCH E R \'Qayne H e s kew THIRD BASEM A N

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l' 11 The Baseball Team FIRST ROW L R : C. Beechn e r p J Hi c k s P T G a n g l e S e. Stoudner p W Hcsk ew 3rd B J. Brown LF Carlos Brandenb ur g LEfT fIELDER SECOND ROW L R : W Ashton R Flamm B. Boatwright V A le" L Lewis J H unt C. Bra nd e nbur g Coach Finkel s tein C.Z.c. P C.Z.c. C C.Z.c. 1 st B C.Z .c.. 2 nd B C.Z.c. RF C.Z.C. C F C.Z.c. .. I LF C.Z.c. . 5 C.Z.c. SCOREBOARD S.D.A.C. C.H.S. B H.S. S.D.A.C. B H.S. B.H.S. C.H.S. B H .S. Louis Lewis RIGHT FIELDER l' III 4 0 4 0 6

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Marsha Prevost Pltricia ) :l.I1ss(:tl Irene Monz o n CAPTAIN Their "get up and go" ur ges the Devil s on to Victory Their health y yells reig n thr o u g h the loudest gro up cheers T hey are the core of the college's spirit T hey are our capable cheerleading s quad Jan e H o lgerson QIheer

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L es le y H e ndri c k s lectlle r s P egg y F l y nn A -l.;.. .. Dia n l I anOll e Jean Boswell B etty L w i s

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Cheerl eaders rousing our spir its for tne big J:unobortt'. A r elaxing m o ment before KickOff. The p r etty an d poised c nee-rlead i n g squ ad o f P egg), f p assing out r ef r esnmeills on th e "S&5" Spec i al. The camp f i r e girls are at it agai n C"ln a l Zo n e College dur in g a p r actice sessi o n W e' r e gonna go! f ig n t! w in tonight! G i rl s! I l ost my dentures

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Anxi ous l y awaiting the ball. A pproaching a "slam serve.' Caro l e T sets ball to Margaret. J oanne B. dem onstrates a back volley 129

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130 It's an alive mine! c.z.c. VOLLEYBALL TEAM M a r i l y n And e rson CAPTAIN Celia C r o n e n B a l e Davies Ann e Gilley K a th y L a V a llee I da Ramsey Carol e Thompson A l b e r ta Wi l d e r H o w l o n g can you go, M a r gare t ? I N TERSCHOLA STIC VOLLEYBALL RESULTS School College B a lboa Cristoba l W'01J L ost

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CZ.C BASKETBALL TEAM Mar i l y n Ande rson Joanne B a ker Nina C h appell B a l e D av i es K at h y L aVallee Ida R a msey Carol e Thompso n BASKETBALl-RESULTS School CZ.C C H S Won Lost Th e C.Z .c. g irls recove r the ball, aim r o r the bas k et, and show t h e boys how smiple it i s to make two points. c.z.c. keep s a head o f the ball and m a kes the two points

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Aquadettes demonstrate the need for precision timing. Swimmi n g into f ormation Wa i ting for ext r a inst ructi ons 112

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2\quabeUes c.z.c. AQUADETIES FIRST ROW L-R: Pat Carneal Carla Eli c h Pat Lawyer L a urayWill Penny Baumb a ch SECOND ROW L R: Shoa Crai g Lynne Howell Helen Daniel Barbara Denny Cheryl Adair Molly LaGrave Missing: Marilyn Anderson Betsy Brown, Carol Kapinos, Valerie Smith, Carole Thompson, Diane Wallace We extend our app r eciat i on to a wonderful athl etic instructress: MISS LEHMAN Th e g raceful Dolphin dive 133

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134 At Anti g ua the men worked tog et h er in a c complis hin g any set goa l s ... . At Cana l Zone Colle g e the students must work tog ether in harm ony for the activ i ties to be a suc cess.

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Johnnn . Where a r e my cards ? See zat girr1? She's fHom Frrance! Excuse me liribge illlub The Bridge Club provides the ardent fans of bridge w i t h an 9Pportunity to play it on a competitive basis. On the buJietin boards can be found t h e weekly tournament sched ules. Thi s dub provides for both soc i a l exper i ence and increased enjoyment in brid ge.

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ilijifle ill1uh T h e success of t h e R ifle Club is ow e d t o t h e time-giving coaching of S gt. Troy T urne r Th e club i s affilia t ed w i t h t h e Natio n a l R ifle Assoc i ati on w h ich means a comp l ete s hooti ng program for the dub. Membe r s compete in matches h e l d dur i n g t h e year. Th e officer s we r e Gi l bert Freund P Jack Burns VP J o hnn y P arker S Geor ge L ord T and Rich ard Keilho f e r CM Th e Debate C lub was o r ganized just thi s year unde r t h e capab l e l eadership of J o hn Vaucher. I n November a po l itica l fo rum was h e l d i n w h ich t h e college voted t h eir c h oice of p r es i dent. afterward. T h e dub o r ganized differ e nt debates wit h ot h e r sc h oo l s durin g t h e course of t h e year. 1Behate ill1uh

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138 1Minlogitul/ llmebitctl The Bio l og i cal/Medica l Society cons i sts of th ose stude nt s enrolled in biology and comparative a n atomy. The l ectures are g iven b y d i s tin guis h e d m e n in t h e fie l ds of medicine bio l ogy, zoo l ogy, par asito l ogy, and l abor a tory r esearc h Some s peakers were Dr. Karl J ohnson MARU; D r Curt Schneider, and Dr. Oc tavio Sousa scientist s at Gorgas M e morial L abo r atory. Officer s were M a r ilyn Anderson P Anayan s i Herrera VP Ray Burda S, Miss G ate ly, Sponsor. ..., The future doctors nurses, biologists and scientists. Margi e? That's where h e swallowfd

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L 'Esp r it Fran cais was o r ganized this year by the har d wo rk a nd inter est disp l ayed by Horace L ew i s P D ominique de Rielhac VP J ane H et land and Nevine fawzy S Adel e Chue a nd Zay d ee Sucre, F o r eign Affairs. A l o n g wil h th e spo n sor Mr. Molle r th e club a rran ge d tou r s to differe n t fre n c h s hips at port The club' s int e rest s a r e t o shldy Fr ance and h e r customs and culture P o urqu oi? Par-ce-qu e les m ademo iselles f rancaises son b elles! Parle z ous fran cais, mon cher i ? M a i s oui, mon s i e ur! 139

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Panam.:l! Wha(s that? fICln -AmeritCln (filub Th e P an -Ame rican C lub brings about a' better und e rstandin g and know l e dge of t h e people and countries of the Amer icas. Thi s is accomp l ished by sched u lin g noted Latin American men for speakers and interest i ng film s for viewing during the year. The member s enjoy the annua l Thank sg i ving weekend at Sant a Oara. Office r s were Emili o Palome ras P J ose H uertas VP, Mary Michae l Br zezins k i S Lil y Aleman T and Dr. J ohnso n as Sponsor. llllktrketing & (filub The Marketing & In dustry Club consis t s of t h ose stude nts enro lled in the course of the same title. By taking field trips to the various industries located in P anama and on t h e Zone t h e students increase the i r knowledge in marketin g and its rol e in our modern economy. 140 Yeah ... that looks like a leak

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Buccan eers i s t h e o ffi c i a l tit l e o f t h e Canal Zone C olle ge C h orus. Th e p a rti c i pan t s are f o r e ve r p racticing f o r th e var i o u s concert s h e l d durin g t h e year Besides t h e assemb l ies, t h e Buccan ee r s h o l d a C hri stmas a nd a n East e r co ncert Thi s year t h e g roup vis it ed f ive P anamania n sch oo l s o n the i r s u ccess fu l co ncer t t o ur and t oo k p art in t h e A nnu a l Mu s i c F estival. HOOi e Ch r i s tus n a tu s est ", the Ch r i stmas Conce rt D r Rob e r t K e nne dy, Conductor Th e C hristmas Conce r t was hi ghlighted wit h a variety o f songs r anging f rom "The Shep h e r d's Story" to G ranada The Band a lso partic i pate d w i t h D r K ennedy playi n g vario u s in strum ents. They p layed from T o nig h t" to "Stardust. 1 4 1

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The Pil ots C l ub i s truly t h e core of all school functions. Eac h member participates in all activities by g i ving of his time to sell tickets at garnes, collect tickets at d rama productions, o r ush e r at important and formal functions. The Captain was Dickie Tagafopulas. The dili gent work of Drue Fre n c h M a n ager and Pat L1wyer h ave k e p t the college supplied with t h e proper textboo ks. Any questio n s asked o f these w ill be a n swered with a courteous and h e l pful remark, and a winning s mile

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Ass.odctti.on illoundl Th e S.A. Counci l wit h M rs. ] o u rneay Sponsor o f t h e T r easury, and Mr Bowen Spo n sor of t h e Activities. 144 T h e S. A. Council is t h e m ost i m po r ta n t a n d e ffe ctive organizat i o n at th e college. Th e Stu den t Assoc i atio n provides a f o rum for the st udent expr essio n for the be nefit o f the s ch o o l and the commu n ity. This col:lncil h as es t a bl i s h e d a sOlln d p r ogram o f se l f-government in Can a l Zone College. Th e meet i n gs a r e held every Tu esday during the fr ee h o ur Officer s were J ack Dubroff P J ohn V a ucher VP, D ee Burk wal l S Yvonne Cra n e T. Yes .. We'r e t h e Jack D u br off G a n g! G o ing. G oing ... G o n e

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146 Annette Rybicki, Edilor-in-Chi1 ffihe QIonlJUTs tctDor Adrienne Clark, AIJislant Editor Pholog raph) : Martin C. Forrest Robert D aniels Greg Chodakowski Not Pictured: Marcia Dubbs It all began in the Summer of '64 when w e chose the theme In Meeting th e Chal l enge." Many hours of discussion went into that theme which turned out to be excellent. We could be caught scampe ring around the halls, checking for correct spe llin g, sta ring at the typewriter till the fingers moved mechanically, and Dr. Wing was always there to give advice when we need e d it. The work was long hard, and never endin g ; but for mo s t of us, it was a l abor of love. We know we've created a book of '65 to be proud of, and that is our reward.

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Pat Jan ssen, J ose Huertas, Dick T agaropuJos AdverliJill g slatt Seeing our plans come true. Il e ne Maberry J o n Craig 147

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148 .. I n our minds at Graduation we will recall many events of Our campus life

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Okay! \ Vho took my sk ir t? I sure w i s h th ey'd make up their minds! Wait! My heel's stuck, I told you I didn't have ath let e's feet!

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Baby, it's dark outside. And they call this football? How come h e's got five Aces?

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Gee, Ja c k these worms are sur e slippery. H ello, Miss Gately. I think thisI d o it, Gordon. Mr Mye rs-somelh ing went wrong! 152

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R r r r r rr r I Look 3t thi s playmate, Vos! 1 0 'Lea rie. 4 5 Hey jU3n? It just won't f it in the trunk. 1 5 3

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Just tell my te:ach ers I' m sick today But l>ad knew I needed Ihe car tonight! And 1 ,:ott3 pay r ent, too! Sir? May 1 ple:ase l eave the bus a moment? 154

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I can dream, can't I ? Make mine a dry martiru please! Los mal eantes de Canal Zone College. L ord I'm 5 00 miles from my h ome! 155

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\Vhat do you mean pictuers we r en't taken! Hey! ! I don't know eithe r ... 1 j ust f ollow d ir ectio ns. 156 W h at do I do now?

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You can kick and pull hai r! But no sp i tting W o n't so meone Please tell me! Th e re, , i t's h ypnotized! And now , Rumba d e 1 0 Descon ocido 157

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The Southern Cross Waiting for the 10: 10 Carnaval en P anam a At th e Baby Grand in the T alent Show College Sp iri t! 158

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The College Do r mit ory On the roa.d to college The Colleg e l o un ge A r a iny day The Gym na.sium 159

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Vasc o Nunez de Balboa claimed E l Mar for the King and Queen of Spain-he met his challen g e ... At Graduation we h ave met our challen g e But as we journey into the business world w e will meet many o thers ; one especially. that of spending m on e y economically . .-=:=--=

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C URUNDU FLOWER SHOP Free Deliveries t o H os p it als and Locations in the Canal Zone Wedd i ngs-Ann ive rsa ries Corsages-Funerals Large Supply of Local and States' Flowers Ju s t Call Balboa 2793 or Curundu 7292 We Will Be Ready to Serve You! ROMA JEWELERS create the fashion in jewelry Calle 55 EI Cangrejo

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For a Complete Selection of Sporting Goods VISIT ABERNATHY Panama, de Panama' Phone 3-0264 or 3

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164 PLEASURE or TRAVEL! for BUSINESS or LA MAR MODES "J" Street Republica de Panama' For the Collegiate Look AROUND THE WORLD Be Sure and Consult Your Friendly TIVOLI TRAVEL AGENCY 8 President Kennedy Avenue Phone Balboa 0465

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Compliments of the BALBOA BEAUTY SHOP MANAGER Betty Roe Phone Balboa 2959 CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Courtesy SMOOT & PAREDES, S.A. BUICK OPEL Panama' Colon Republica de Panama' 165

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Ibb C ompliments of the BALBOA DRESSMAKER'S SHOP MANAGER Nelly Galindo Phone B alboa 1463 GRACE LINE OFFERS TWO WEEKLY SERVICES to the CANAL ZONE and PANAMA From New York Baltimore Philadelphia Balboa 2159 or 4550 Cristobal 2135 Colon 71744 Panama 30024 Compliments of the LU-DI-GRA-MA Calle Estudiante # 18-56 A I Lado del T eatro Central T elefo n o 24736 Apartado 8105

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INVITATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS .RUBBER STAMPS MADE TO ORDER .CALLING CARDS POSTERS ART WORK PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS CURUNDU 1 b1