Conquistador

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 472468547
lccn - 2009229561
System ID:
UF00095973:00032


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YEARBOOK DEDICATION


The yearbook staff


takes great


Mary B. Journeay, Bu


siness


pleasure
Education


in dedicating the


instructor


965-66


and Faculty


issue


easurer


of the


Conquistador to


for the


Canal


Student


Association.


For more than thirty
s been instrumental


years,


Mrs. Journeay has been


in preparing hundreds


an enlightening


of her former students for a


and dedicated teacher


success


sful entrance


the world of b


business.


Over the y
warm, friendly


ears,


she came to be regarded


personality


as a most charitable human being who


with sympathy and understanding for the problems of


possessed a


other


people.


She was always prepared


to help


those


in need


and she was a friend


whom both faculty


and stud


ents alike


could go for advice and words of encouragement. She possessed the aptitude


for getting


maximum


amount


of production from her students, and her


sincere


friendliness


and her kindness have won for her a host of friends and admirers among students and faculty


Since


Mrs. Journeay has served


as the Faculty


Treasurer


for the Student


Association.


a tribute


ner in


to this


which she


grand


handled


lady from


seem


Cedar


wa, for the most efficient and diligent man-


endless amount of work required to pay


countless bills


and to keep record books up to date,
cerest thanks and gratitude.


we, on behalf of the student body wish to offer her our sin-


To sa
will be
working


y goodbye to an
a tremendous loss


with her


instructor


of Mrs. Journeay's


caliber


is indeed


to our college, and those of us who had the pri


miss her and speak of her often.


a hard task. Her leaving


of knowing and
contentment she


is our hope that the


finds in retirement will


compensate for her


service


to humanity


especially to the students of


the Ca


Zone


College.


On behalf of the staff of the 1965-66
Mary B. Journeav. a most iovous. healthy


Conquistador, I
and Drosoerous


would personally like to
future. and let us not


wish you, Mrs.
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"Say, look at the little sign." "It says,-Made in Japan"'


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"Oh, common,


just one


little mustache


won't hurt."


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Business


Administration


Oh, oh, it's the studious three


again in accounting class.


The Office Machine Gang.


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a minute coffee break."


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lotion"'


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sliderules."


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Language


A French class listening to a recording by Brigitte Bardot.


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Greece-If Eu-Rip-I-Des, you pay


Aristotle said while in
for these!"


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store in


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Dean


DONALD


SKINNER


Ed.D., New York University


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hr" of my association with the Canal Zone College has


been a busy and fruit-


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action a additional classroom ml


the Canal.


building


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admission standards.


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GLEN


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Dean


MURPHY
Columbia University


Congratulations to the Conquistador staff for
ege-the serious encdeavors and the many events


depic


the active life of


that make up a complete


the Canal Zone Col-


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Webster's definition of prepare is to fit, to adapt or qualify beforehand for a particular


purpose, end or condition;


to make oneself ready. Have you decided what type of work


you would like to do for


a livelihood? Have you established the program of


courses


must complete to qualify for the position? Have you decided your
than any competitor? Can you readily adjust to new situations? Is
along with other people?


grades will be higher


easy


for you to get


If you can answer the above questions in t he


affirmative,


are making


proper


preparation.


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Women


MARGARET


ATELY


Today


a student of twenty has


already passed


the industrial


age, through


atomic
derful


e and into the
for women.


space


This is an exciting time in which


to live.


a won-


The educated woman


steps


into a society


that reaches


out for her knowledge


and skills.


a high


alized


society


is eager


looking


for brainpower


and skills. Thus


possible for the educated


woman to


a career


undreamed


short time


Therefo


many


of you


consi


your time


spent at the


Canal


Zone


lege the


beginning and not the end of


intellectu


endeavors.


Career


opportunities


are limitless,


but such


opportunities


requirements


which demand per


severance,


ability


and hard work.


continue


in your


pursuit


of k


one d


now


edge.


ay repay the gift by


realize
service


that education


is a gift that must be repaid.


for God, for country and for fellow man.


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Residence


Hall


Supervisors


MRS. ELIZABETH BRANDON
MRS. EWING (not pictured)


I told you there's no "j" in college.


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The sign's all right. It's the building that's got to go.


Sauna've a gun.


Hoe! Hoe! Hoe! No?


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CLAUDIA LAWTON


NORMAN B. ALTENBERG


Secretaries


Library


Registrar


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KANE


You can read, can't you?


Canal


Zone College Library


year in the present building.


is completing its third
ng started with a col-


election of 2,000 volumes, the library now contains


ten thousand.


these


books will


nearly


have plenty of


room to park when a new library building


of the


on part


present parking lot.


If you are


cooking for a place to read, try the library


The library staff attempts at


all times


to maintain a serene


pleasant atmosphere for its


college patrons.


Librarian Assistant
MRS. JOLIE POND


Now, what's your problem?


Librarian


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MORRIS FINKELSTEIN


Well, this


guy on his Honda


17 wanted to drag


Chairman


goal of the


Education


Zone College is to discipline the
departments discipline the mind.


part of the college


program,


n Department of Canal


body as the academic
Working as an integral
Physical Education De-


Physical


Education


apartment provides the student with a variety of courses


which he may, under qualified
maintain a sound body.


instruction


, develop and


MISS PATRICIA LEHMAN


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SHEPARD


CLARK


Good business begins with proper doorbell ringing.


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Department


Business


Education


So you don't


think I can sign my name


without looking, huh?


ARTHUR A.


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Now, you look into my


eyes. IRVIN H.


LESSER


order to


improve


economic status


of the United


States


its trade


international


commerce


must


just about matched yearly


approach
been able


the United States


to compete?


increase.


Annual


increases


rises in compensation.
hourly wages paid. H<


The implementation


in output per man-hour
None of our competitors
w has the United States


or-saving


vices


has been


the answer. How are the devices


created? By


individuals who have trained them-


selves


to think


y and creatively, to experiment,


to emp


y the


powe


imagination and


ngenuity


MRS. MARY B.


JOURNEY


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Chairman


DAVID LOMMEN


Department


of English,


Speech,


and


Drama


Look! it's Mary Poppins!


You mean all the books are here on time?


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Tell me about the rabbits again,


Students


in our contemporary society need a bold advent


resome spirit,


the courage to gain an


night


into the


elements


of satisfactory human relationships


and the ability to convince their fellows of the urgency of understanding the com-


plex nature of man. Both insight and


ability are achieved through the intelligent


use of the


communication


skills-reading,


listening,


and observing,


as well


speaking and writing.


These are the keys students must use to open new


doors


in our contemporary society.


JOHN


MARSHALL


FRED E.


WING


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JAMES H.


JOHNSON


ROBERT


A. KENNEDY


Chairman


Department


Foreign


Languages


and


Fine


Arts


CLINTON C.


To be able to appreciate the finer things


CARNEY


life, study the


humanities


in addition


to the "practical"


subjects.


Foreign


languages help understanding


internationally as one's native


language allows comprehension among people of


the same


nation.


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DEWITT E. MYERS


NORMAN B. ALTENBERG


Chairman


Department


of Natural


Science,


Mathematics,


Engineering,


and


Technology


ANAYANSI HERRERA


CHARLES COURCHAINE


Lab Assistant









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with The Blob.


Stand back,
write it.


ys; this equation's


so expolsive I'm afraid to


"There is a way to do


become


the basis for


* better-
scientific


find it."


research


These


today.


words, first


Progress


sopken by Th


in an era d


omas


A. Edison


nominated


science


necessitates


nquiring


linked


Edison's eternal


ciple.


The natural science department of the Canal Zone
life young men and women fully prepared to meet al


College strives
I challenges. bi


not only to send forth


so to


impress upon them


the vastness of the


nces' frontiers.


The department allows the student to develop his


interests


in the


various


fields of science by offering a diversity of courses


sciences.


in physics,


Each branch is adequately provided with laboratory facilities


chemistry, and the
and qualified pro-


fessors to develop aspiring scientists.


MISS MARGARET


GATELY


DAVID


SWEHLA


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is a board.


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So I'll wait till I get another paperweight.


My group had 23% fewer brains.


Serious


moments


"Happiness" is


an unsolvable problem.


I used to be


would you?


never


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when.


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RUSSELL W. ANNIS


CHARLES R. BOWEN
Chairman


Department


of Social


Science


and


Education


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say "Bridge"?


The social


sciences have


an increasing


responsibility


in the


modern world to


assist Man


in the most


important of all


ventures:


the discovery of himself. The


natural


and physical


sciences have


swept away most of Man's


natural


enemies.


They have expoited nature


in his behalf and have


placed formidable power at his


finger


tips. The


social


sciences


must provide Man with the knowledge, understand-


ing and ski


to enable him to


at peace with his fellows and to work for


the common betterment of all.


Education is the


process through which this pressing task can be


and must be


accomplished


for the improvement of al


men through the


exploitation of


none.


S. and for my next trick.


Come


in, Mr. Annis.


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Abernathy, Chuck


Alayon, Magaly


Alayon,


L 1r *lli


Alers


Alfaro, Roberto


Alvarado. Juan


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Ayala, Mario


Berg, Ca


Birtel. Marti


Bonnick, Ricardo


Boswell. Jean


Brown, Eduardo


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Carpenter, Margaret


Cham psaier, Betty


Chappell,


Alfred


Cheung, Doris


Chue, Adele


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Darlington, Ken


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DePiper, Geret


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Fernandez, Maria


Foster, Harry


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Linda


Gangle, Tom


Gannon, Peter


Garcia


Carlos


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James


Gonzalez, Lil


Goodrich, Catherine


Guthrie, Joseph


Hagar, Frank


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Huertas, Jose


Hunt. Joe


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Jellum, Judith


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Kline


Leslie


Krape


Allen


Robbin


Lavalle. Kath


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Lewis


Lopez, Walter


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McGoff, Louis


Monzon


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Mulligan,


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Myers, Kathryn


Myers, Hector


Nichols


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Ramirez. Carlos


Ramir


Miriam


Reynolds, Emma


Rigsby, Bertram


Rojas, Rufina


Rosemond, Hortencia


Roth-Roffey, Sandra


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Schmutz, Hans


Sheeran, Sue


Shepherd, Jose


Sebik, Joseph


Smith. Marion


Sprauve, Kenneth


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Taul, Clay


Thacher


Robert


Thompson, Gordon


Unrau. Sue


Vaucher, John


Wallace, Richard


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White, Bill


Wieberg,


Ewald


Wilder, Alberta


Wilson


Heidi


Ysern, Teresa


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Officers


Left to right:
Pres.


Charles Courchaine,


Sponsor;


Cheryl Peterson,


Secretary;


Jeff Marsh, President;


Eileen


Allyene,


Treasu


and Steve Hebert,


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Marilyn March Adair


Doreen


Adams


Michael Albert


Daniel


O. Aleman


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Eileen Alleyne


Anna Andrews


Jose Anguizola


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Ofelia Araya


Diana Atherly


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Lucy Benitez


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George


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Bettie Blackwelder


Blades


Nancy Bongiorni


William R. Boughner


Kenny Bower


Evelia Bradle


Kevin J. Bradley


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Susan Brown


Jerry Buckler


Michael Burns


Frederick Burton


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Emma M. Bustos


Andrea Byrd


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Alice L. Cann


Kerima Caries


Carmen M. Carlo


Michael Roy Carlson


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Eduardo Chapman


Diana Marie Chen


Janice


Cheshire


Gertrude E. Chin


Jack M. Clinton


Diana Cobb


Michael Cofer


Antonio Cooper


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Phyllis Chase


Fermin Chan


Rebecca Chancey


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Ronald


Crawford


Linda G. Daniel


Luther E. Davis


Margarita Davis


John Deck


Yolanda De Leon


Elba L. Diaz


Norbert Dionne


Frank Disharoon


Katherine Dolan


Frank A. Doonan


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Donald J. Emerson


William B. Fall


Michael B. Farrow


Juan G. Ferreira


Virginia Flumach

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George


J. Fox


Angie


Ganser


Garcia


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Carol L Eshleman


Glenn Evans


Carmelo


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Leonora Gordon


Martha Golden


Eduardo Grant


Kathleen


Pamela


A. Grodin


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Hanson


Richard Hakanson


Berta Gonzalez


James


Doc Gohmert


Jerry L. Hall


Diana Haky


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Rafael Herrera


Robert B. Hester


Guilberto


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Judy House


Esther E. Hovan


Vickie


Hutchinson


Archer


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Dan Hele


Vivian


Camille Hend


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Dennis


L. Josephs


Frank M.


Koenig


William Krapfl


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Eva Lawrence


Vicki Lawrence


Robert


Lawyer


Ricardo Lay


Pamela


Leeser


Marilvn


Lemasteer


Allan L.


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Bill Livingston


Jacquelyn Lovelady


Paul H. Lyew


Gail Lynch


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Otalia Machado


Tim Maloney


Helen Manning


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John Marcet


Clarence J.


Marquez, Jr.


David McDowell


Teresa


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William Michael Miller


Charles Morrison














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Arthur Mvke


Meercedes


Margarita Nuques


Denise


O'Donnell


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Marcelina


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Lorna Parker


Elizabeth Parmly


Rafael Pearson


Roberto A. Peart


Pedro Rodriguez


Sylvia Perra


Cheryl Peterson


James


Peterson


Mike Plucker


Russell Porre


Danny Pouder


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Luther J. Quinn


Cristina Quiros


Sixto A. Ramirez


Ida Maria Ramsey


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Luisa J. Reynolds


arvey G. Rhyne, Jr.


Bruce


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Luz Rivera


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Maritza


Kay Sanford


Joslyn Marie


Zulma Santiago


Leo E. Sauer


Carol Schafer


Walter Sessions


Bill Schireyder


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Patricia Soley


Sue So


Lewis


L. Stabler


Ann M. Stahl


Larry Stanford


Helen


Stewart


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Ines C. Smith


Pat Slaton


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Carol Thompson


Jessie


Valdez


Nancy L. Varnum


Wilma Walton


Charles Ward


Wellington


Reginald Wharton


Marilyn Whitworth


Amelia Williams


Rick Williams


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Class


Officers


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Bovell


Robert


Brathwaite, Morris


Casira, George


Clarke, Diana


Daniel


Robert


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JACQUELINE ABADI: Panama City,


1945; Student Association


Panama; December


1 &2;


& 2: Tropical Collegian


Music


Pilots


; Biological-Medical


Society


JAMES


BROWN:


ashington,


D.C.; July


1942;


CHARLES


ABERNATHY:


ican Club 1
Rifle and Pistol


Ancon,


The Bucca


nal Zo


neers


& 2; Bridge Club 1


Bridge Club


Pan Amer-


The Pilots 2;
& 2 BARBARA JAN
1945; The Pilots


Chess


2, (President)


BURKMAN:


Abilene


, Texas;


MAGALY
Student /


ALAYON:
Association


guas,


Puerto Rico


Biological


-Medica


lay 4, 1946;
Society 1 &


JOHN W


CARLSON:


Delta Psi Omega 2


Needham


Mass


.; Sept.


, 1945;


RINA A
Student


LAYON:


guas,


Association


Pureto Rico


& 2; Biological Medica


1946;
Society


1&2


MARGARET CARPEN
1946; Bridge Club 2;


TER: Portland, 0
Delta Psi Omega


rego


n; June


VIC ALERS:


ayaguez,


Student Association
2; Lettermans Club
mas Formal 1


JUAN


ALVARADO:


Association
Pan America


n Club


Puerto
an Ame


rican


1945;


Club 2; The Pilots


2; Get-Acquainted Dance


BETTY CHAMPSAUR:


Pan A


Panam


Student


Association


merican Club 2


Christ-


NINA LEE CHAPPELL: Eutis


Panama City,
Bioligical-Medic
& 2 (President)


Panama;
I Society
The Pilots


Conquistador Staff
Theta Lambda 1 &


Student


, Florida;


2; L'Espirite
2; Volleyball


Francais


t. 21, 1946;
1 & 2; Phi
Basketball 1


Tennis


ROBERTO


ANDERSON:


and Pistol Club


Colon


, Panama;


ADELE CHUE: Colon
1 & 2; Student aids


1945


Phi Theta Lambda


Omega
Music C


Panam


a; Tropical


2; Phi Theta Kappa


2; L'Espirife Francais
ub 2; Dormitory Club


Collegian staff


Delta Psi


& 2; The Band
Talent show 1 ,


HARRY


ALDEN


Pilots


ASH BY:


Panama;


The B


uccaneers


SHEILA


ical Society


CLARKE: Student


Associ


2; L'Espirite Francais


; Biological


ccaneers


-Med-
2


LEWIS


K. ATHOW:


acoma


ashington;


1946 DORIS


MARIELA


Collegian staff


MARIO AYALA:


La Chorrera, Panama;


; Biological-Medical


Kappa
1&2


1946;


Society


Phi Theta


; Engineering


CHEERING:
& 2; Biolog


2; Pan American Club
Phi Theta Lambda 2


, 1946;


cal-Medi


Society


ewman


ELIDA del


CARMEN


CORCO:


Houston


CARL N. BERG: Panama


Panama


exas;


Pan American


MARTI


BIRTEL: Honesdale


quistador staff
Dormitory Club


Streets


of New


, 1946;


York The


Crucible,


WILLIAM


COY:


3iological-Medic
Pilots 2


Margarita,
:al Society


Canal


Zone: June


, 1946;


ewman


RICARDO BONNICK: Colon


Panama


; 1945; Phi


Theta


HELEN DANIEL: Aquadettes


Kappa


Chess Club 2


KEN DARLINGTON:


Talent


Show


Margarita,


Rico; Sept.


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PETE DENTON: Montreal,


Pilots


Canada;


Bookstore


Phi Theta Lambda 2


Secretary


Pilots


Student Aids


& 2; Fresh-Soph Banquet


The Buccaneers


; Fresh-Soph Prom


GERET De PIPER:
sociation 1 (Rep
Newman Club 1


rooklyn,


1946:


Student


); Conquistador


Debate


quainted Dance 2; Christmas Formal


& 2;
Hallo


Get Ac-


RICHARD GERARDI:
1944


ween


Fresh-Soph. Banquet 1


; Fresh-Soph Prom


; Picnic


LIL GONZALEZ: Panama City


Panam


Talent


Show


PATRICIA


Jamb


oree


DeSANDIS:


ueen


Scranton


Pa.; Dec.


1 7946;


2; Majorette 2


JAMES A.
The Pilots


GUIBERT:


Ancon. Canal


Zone;July


,1946;


PEDRO


DETRASNO:


David


Panam


1945; Phi Theta Lambda


JOE GUTHRIE: Elmira, New


GEORGE EVANS:


Nov.


14, 7946


Football


FRANKIE HAGAR: Kansas


Misso


NEVINE FAWZY:


logical-Medical
The Buccaneers


Cai
ociet


ro, Egypt; Ph


y


Theta Kappa B


2; L'Espirite Franca


2; The Pilots


(Pres


; Fresh.-Soph. Banquet


ANAYANSI


15, 1946;
pa 1 & 2;
can Club


HERRERA:


Panama City,


Sophomore Class Vice Pres


Biological-Medica
2: The Pilots 2:


Society


Talent Show


Panam


March


; Phi Theta Kap-
& 2; Pan Ameri-


Christmas


MARIA
Zone;


DEL PILAR


Pan A


FERNANDEZ:


can Club


Formal 2; Fresh-Soph Prom
Picnic


Ft. Clayton,


Student


Assoc


; Fresh-Soph Banquet


iation


Pilots 2
WAY NE HESKEW


Oklahoma City


Oklah


oma;


1946;


Letterman


JUAN


G. FORREIRA:


ical-Medical


Society


Margarita, C
, 2: Pan Ame


I Zone; Biologi-
n Club 2


JAMES H.
The Pilots


HICKS: Ancon,
2; Bridge Club 2


Canal Zo


New


man Club


). FOSTER


HARRY C
and Pistol


LINDA FUSSELL:


Omega 1 &
1 & 2 Music
1: Hootenann


JR.: Panama


Panam


2; Bridge Club 2


Tropica


Pan Ameri


JANE HOLGERSON:


Collegian staff
can Club 1; Th


Newman Club


Talent


Show


Christmas


caneers


; Delta Psi
Buccaneers
: The Pilots


Formal 1


Margarita,


Cana


; Get Acquainted Dance


JON F. HOLMER: Anco
Delta Psi Omega 2


n. Canal


Zone; The Buc-
eerleader 1 & 2


Pilots


GANGLE: M


1946


Canal


Zone; Newman


Letterman


ISABEL HORNA: Boquete,


caneers


Music Club


Chiriqui, Panama; The


Phi Theta Lambda


PETER


GANNON:


Delta Psi Omega
Christmas Formal


Flushing, New


ork; Aug.


Pilots


Talent


; Fresh-soph Banquet


20, 1944;


JOSE HUERTAS JR.: March


Show


Rico; Student


Association


& 2; Pan American Club


The Pilots


5, 1944; Santurce, Puerto
& 2; Conquistador staff
& 2: Newman Club 1:


& 2; Talent Show 1; Christmas


Formal


DAVE


Fresh-Soph Banquet


GAUL:


logical-Med


Altoona, Pa.;
II Society 2;


Student Association
The Pilots 1 & 2:


Letterman Club Vice-Pres.


Dance


Christmas


Formal


Bridge


2; Get Acquainted


Halloween


Fresh-


DIANA


IANOALE:


1946; Student 1 &


; Fresh S


Ancon


;oph Prom 1;


Canal


Newman Club


Zon4


Picnic 1


e; Nov. 17,


; Get Acquainted


Soph Prom


Picnic


Dance


Valentine


Masquerade Bal


Formal


Cheerleader


; Banquet and Prom


& 2;
Fresh


Panama


Panam


Jan. 14,


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GEORGE KANDRIN: Colon, Panama; April


Letterman Club


1944;


KATHRYN


Football 1


MYERS:


2; Biologica


Francais 1 & 2;


The E


Sacramento,


-Medical
Buccaneers


California;


Society 1, 2;
1: Chess Club


Student
L'Espirite


CAROL KAPINOS:


Student


& 2; Newman Club;


Talent


Show


HECTOR
Medical
Valentine


MYERS:


Society 2;
e Formal 2


Panama City,
The Buccaneers


Panama; Biological-
1 & 2; The Pilots 2;


NANCY


L. KING:


Auburn


New


ork; January


1946


BETTY


JANE NICHOLS:


Springs,


exas;


Jan. 14,


1945; Student


Association


LESLIE KLINE:
ican 2; The Bu


Panama City


ccaneers


Panama;
a Pilots 2


1947


Pan Amer-


SHEILA


Conquistador


ALLEN KRAPEL: Panama


The Pilots


ROBIN SUZANNE LAC
Tropical Collegian staff


Panama; Pan American


Phi Theta Lambda 2


:EY: Nebraska; Sept. 16
1 & 2; Phi Theta Lambda


ical Society


1 & 2; The Bu
Formal 2


1945;


OSBORNE:


Panama


Staff 2; Student


2; L'Espirite Fran


ccaneers


CARLOS GARCIA


Music


DE PAREDES: Panam


ity, Panama; 1946
1; Biological-Med-
Pan American Club


Christmas


Oct. 9


KATHLEEN MICHELE LAVALLEE:


1946


Student Association


2; Biological-Medical Society
& 2; Get Acquainted Dance


Rifle Club
Picnic 1


Christmas Formal


Worcester,Mass;


ETNA


PEZET:


Panama


Panam


Pan American


The Pilots 2


2; Student aids 1
& 2; Bridge Club


Pan American Club


Halloween


GUILLERMINA


PINO: Panama


Panama


CARLOS RAMIREZ JR.:


FRED LeVEE: Ancon, Can


LUIS LEWIS: Christmas


Formal


1943 Francais
Fresh-soph Prom 2


Panama


a; L'Espirite


The Band 2


MIRIAM RAMIREZ: October


WALTER LOPEZ:
Association 1


Panama;


Student


Zone;
1 &2;


Conquistador staff
Pan American Club


5, 1944;
; Tropica


Margarita,
Collegian


Canal
staff


The Pilots


GEORGE


1945


LORD:


Panama City


Panama; October


; Rifle and Pistol Club


SIXTO
caneers


RAMIREZ:


Margarita,


Canal


Zone;


GROVER MATHENEY: Panama, Rep. of Panama; Aug.


1945


EMMA REYNOLDS: Ancon


Student


Phi Theta Lambda


Association


Bridge Club 1 &


Canal


2; Get Acquainted D


le; Jan. 28, 1
Psi Omega 1


ance


EVELIA MAYNORD: Pedro Miguel, Canal


Zone


1946


HARVEY RHYNE JR.: Ancon,


Canal Zone;


October


1946; Rif


and Pistol Club


JOSEPH McCLUNG:


Charlest


1946; Student Association
Club 2


LOUIS


McGOFF:


Dormitory Club


on, West Virgin
; Newman Club


; Bridge


RUFINA


sociation 1
legian staff


Newman


Debate


ROJAS:


August


, 1946;


& 2; Conquistador staff


Student aids


; L'Espirite Francais 1


Get Acquainted Dance


Soph Banquet


Student


2; Tropical


2; Biological-Medica


& 2; Dormitory Club
enanny 1 & 2; Fresh-


; HootF


Picnic


Panama,


Panam









SANDRA ROTH-ROFFEY: M
20, 1946;: Newman Club 2


argarita, Canal Zone; Oct.


ROBERT


sociation 2;
Asst. Editor


THACHER:


Speakeasy


Pensacola, Florida;
Student Aids 1 & 2:


Student ,
The Pilots


2; Faculty Library Comm.


ENRIQUE SALERNO:
Association 2; Biolog
can Club 1 & 2


anama
I-Medic


Panama;


Society


Student


Pan Ameri-


GORDON THOMPSON:


Tropica


Collegian


Phi Theta Lambda


Colon, Panama; May


staff 1; Letterman
Valentine Formal 1


clul


28,
3 1


1944;
& 2;


RICARDO


SANCHEZ:


Colon


Panama


SUE UNRAU:


CHARLES


G. SANDERS: An


Association
Lambda 2


LEO E.
1 &2;


Phi Theta


Canal


Zone;


Kappa


aids 2; The Pilots


Student


Panama


Panama;


1946


Phi Theta Lambda 2


Student


Phi Theta


JOHN R.


SAUER:


Letterman Club


Association
dent Aids


(Pres) 2; Talent Show
Assemblies comm. 2;


n; Student Association


(Pres.


Calendar


Club 2


VAUCHER:


(Vice-Pres)
: The Band


San Bernardino,


; Soph Class
; Pep Band


Tri-School


Publicity
Debate


Calif.;
(Pres)


Student
2; Stu-


Debate Club


,mm. O.A.
Freshman


class acti


vities 1


Executive


Council


EILEEN S
American


;CHMIDT:


Canal Zo


Pilots


1947


Phi Theta Lambda


JUDI WARFORD: Ancon


Canal


Zone


HANS
Club 1


SCHMUTZ:


eru; Sept.


1946;


Bridge


FRED M.


1946


WEADE JR.: Ancon


Student


Association


Canal Zone; Jan.
Conquistador staff


SUE SHEERAN:
Queen A. C. 2


; Virginia;


Jamboree


Delta Psi Omega
and Pistol Club 2
Fresh-Soph Prom


1; The Buccanee
; Bridge Club 1
2: Picnic 1 & 2:


e Pilots 2; Ri
Talent show


The Streets


JOSE


SHEPHERD:


Ancon


legian staff 2; Delta P
& 2; The Pilots 1 & 2


si Omdga


mne; Tropical C
The Buccaneers


REBECCA


WEBB:


1946; Student Association


Soph Prom
New York


Beach


Student Aids


; Fresh-Soph Banquet


The Streets of


MARION


SMITH:


1943; Student A
Biological-Medical


Panama


association
Society 1


City,Panama;


1 & 2; Phi Theta
& 2; The Buccaneers


Oct. 17,


Kappa;


ROBERT W


WHEELER: Ancon


1945; Bridge Club 2
BILL WHITE: Portland, Maine


KENNETH L.
staff 1; Trop
Society 1 & 4
The Band 1


SPRAUVE: Colon, Panama;


egian


staff 2;


; L'Espirite Francais
& 2; The Pilots


Conquistador
ogical-Medical


EWALD


1; The Buccaneers
; Pep Band 1 &


A. WIBERG: New York


1946; Student


(Pres


Chess Club


Association


New


Debate Club


(Pres


DELANO
caneers 1


STEELE: Ancon,
The Band 1 & 2


Canal Zo


Music


Club 2


ALBERTA WILDER:
Conquistador staff


Brooklyn, New
2; Volleyball 1


/ York; Aug. 6
& 2; Basketbal


1945;
1


JIM STEVENSON:
Letterman Club 2:


Philadelphia,
Marketing Club


Oct. 31


, 1946;


2; Dormitory Club


HEIDI WILSON:


Buccaneers


Fresh-Soph Banquet 1


Peru; L'Espirite Francais


Newman Club


Fresh-Soph Prom


The Pilots


KATHLEEN


1945;


G. SULLIVAN:


Christmas


1: Pilots Club 1


Formal


Angeles,


Comm.


Calif. Dec.


I; Jambroee Queen


& 2: Biolonical-Madiral


PHYLLIS JOYCE


8, 1944; Stud


Snrcitv 1.


ALLEYNE: A


ent Aids


ncon,


Canal


; L'Espirite Francais


Zone;


Portland,


of New


York; April


Fresh-









MORRIS


BRATHWAITE:


quistador staff 1
Band 2. 3: Music


Ancon,


Tropi


Canal


Zone;


Collegian staff


Marketing Club


; Pep Band


HORACE D. LEWIS: Panama; Jan.


Association


, 2, 3; (Vice-Pres


staff 2, 3; Student Aids


(Pres


); Bookstore


3; L'Espirite
1 (Pres)


The Bu


1, 2, 3;


; Biologi
ccaneers


, 1944; Student


Tropical


Collegian


L'Espirite Francais


I-Medical Society 1, 2,
, 2, 3; Dormitory Club


GEORGE


CASIRA:


Panama; Pan Ameri
Phi Theta Lambda 3


can Club


, 1944; Panama
, 2, 3; The Pilots


MORRIS


MADURO:


Collegian staff


Student


Association


3; Phi Theta Kappa (Vice-Pres


Phi Theta Lambda


Christmas


F


; Tropical
) 3; Music
ormal 3


DIANA


CLARKE:


UCIA transfer


Santa Monica


; Rally


comm.


Feb. 16


, 1945;


1
ARMIDA


NAGY:


1945; Tropical


Panama


Collegian staff 1


Panama;


March


Student aids


ROBERT


Association
Collegian s
Buccaneers


Picnic


DANIEL: Schenectady
2; Conquistador sta


t


aff 2, 3;
1, 2, 3;


The Streets


New


Biological-Med


ie Pilots
of New


3; L'Espirite Franc


York; Student


, 2, 3; Tropical
al Society 3; The


2, 3; Phi Theta Lambda


ROBERT PANZER:
staff 2; Phi Theta
Phi Theta Lambda


queens,
Kappa 1
(Pres) 3;


New


; Conquistador


Letterman


club 3;


ROBERTO


1944;


DOMINGUEZ: Panama Cit


Student Association


Marketing club


Panam


Pan Am


a; Sept.


LESTER RICHARD


can club


Talent show


man club


SMITH:


The Pilots


Pan American C
2. 3: Phi Theta


jb 1; New-
Lambda 3:


Get Acquainted Dance 3


JACK DUBROFF: Student
quistador staff (Editor) 3;


tor) 2;


Bookstore


ainted Dance


Association


Tropi


The Pilots


Hootenanny


Collegian
(Pres) 3


Talent


) 2; Con-
staff( Edi-


Get Ac-
Show 1.


SPENCER:


Bookstore 1
Lambda 3;
Christmas F


Picnic 2


Ancon,


Canal


Zone;


3, 2; Phi Theta Kappa
Get Acquainted Dance
ormal 1. 3: Halloween


1, 2, 3; Phi Theta
; Talent Show 2;
; Fresh-Soph Ban-


MARGARET FLYNN:


Student


Association


Psi Omega 2, 3; The Buccaneers


Club 3; Phi Theta Lambda
Dance 3; Hootenanny 1,2;


Formal


Princess);


Valentine Formal 1
Cheerleader 2, 3;


(Sec)


(Pres
Rifle a


) 1 Delta
nd Pistol


3; Get Acquainted


Talent show


Christmas


; Fresh-Soph Prom (Soph


PATRICIA


SPRAGUE:


Ancon


quistador staff 1; Student aids


logical-Medi
man Club 2:


cal Society
The Pilots


; The Bu
Christma'


ccaneers
s Formal


1, 2; New-
(Court) 2


CLARITA


THAYER: Panama City,


Panama; Conquistador


GEROGE
ball 2; Fc


S. HOVAN:
,otball 2


ncon


Canal


ne; 1944; Base-


staff 3; Student


Psi Omega 2,
2; Little Mary
The Crucible 3


aids 3


; Phi Theta Kappa


3; Delta


3; L'Espirite Francais 3; Fresh-Soph Prom


Sunshine


The Merchant of Venice


ERNESTINA M.
Collegian staff


Medical


Society


HOWELL: Ancon


Phi Theta


Canal


Kappa


, 3; L'Espirite


American Club 3; The Buccaneers


'one; Tropical
2; Biological-


Francais
Christmas


CAROLE THOMPSON:


1945; Student


Formal


Association


Canal Zone; Feb.


,2, 3; Most Popular


Sec. Junior


Class.3


URSULA, THOMPSON: Phi Theta Kappa


HOWARD


JONES:


Santiago,


Chile;


Debate


Tpnnik


team


. -.V .I1 I I


Canal


Bookstore


Margarita,


2, 3;


, z;



















































































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MURPHY


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A


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Student


Association


Council


Above is the Student Association Council with Mr. Arthur Honea, Sponsor of the Council.


Student


association


one of the


most


rtant and ef-


fective organizati


ons at the Canal


Zone College.


provides a forum for


student
council


expression for the benefit of the school and the community. This
has established a sound program of self-government in the College.


The meetings


are held


every


Tuesday during the free hour. Officers


Geret


De Piper


Horace Lewis


(Vice


P.), Ann Gille


(Sec.),


Lucy Benitez


(Treas







Officers


the


A.


Council


GERET DE PIPER
(President)


HORACE LEWIS
(Vice President)


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Jack Dubroff
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STAFF


Judy Goe
Asst. Editor


Editor-in-Chief

Assistant Editor


Dubroff


Judy Goe


Academic


Administration

Classes



Organizations & Activities



Athletics


Jack Dubroff

Mike Carlson


Chely


Aviles


Frank Koenig
Marti Birtel

Sheila Osborne
Teresa Ysern
Luisa Reynolds


Eduardo


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Ken Sprave
Nina Chappell

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This organize


expression


on provides students with an


and allows those


interested


some


outlet for
practical


expen


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in magazi


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The Tropica


Collegian


is published


quarter


one College students.


distributed


free of charge


to members


of the


nal Zone


College Student


Association.


ART STAFF
Miriam Ramirez
Kenneth Sprauve
Allan Lewis


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Dee Fields
Adele Chue
Robbin Lacey
Armida Nagi
John Marshall


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Fiction Editor
Poetry Editor
Music Editor
Men's Sports


Charles Ward
Horace Lewis
Joe Suarez
Jane Hetland
Morris Maduro
Jose Shepherd


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Art Editor


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Doris Cheung
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Society are to


of the Biol


see that the interested


students are able


to learn more about biology


in all its aspects from medicine t
through the organized cooperation


inent biologists of the


to research,
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community. The Society


OFFICERS


Kathryn Myers
Hector Myers
Ernestina Howell


President
Vice-Presi
Secretary


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CONQUIST ADOR CONTENTS Dedication . ....... ...... 6 Academic life ........... 10 Admini s tration ........... 22 Cla ss e s . . ............ 44 Org ani z ation s ... . ....... 88 Athletic s ............ ... 126 Student life ............ 154 Adverti sements .......... 166 V o l u m e XXX. Ju n e 1966 C a n a l Zone C o ll e g e La Boca, Can a l Zo n e

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b YEARBOOK DEDICATION The yearbook staff takes great pleasure in dedicating the 1965466 issue of the Conquistador to Mrs. Mary B. Journeay, Business Education instruc t or and Faculty Trea surer for the Canal Zone College Student Association. F or more than thirty years, Mrs. Journeay has been an enlightening and dedicated teacher, w h o has been instrumental in preparing hundreds of her former studen t s f or a successful entrance int o the world of business. Over the years, she came to be regarded as a most charitable human being who possessed a warm, friendly personality with sympathy and understanding for the problems of other people. She was always prepa red to help those in need and she was a friend to whom both faculty and students alike could go for advice and words of encouragement. She possessed the aptitu d e for getting the maximum amount o f production from her students, and her sincere friendliness and her kindness have won for her a host of friends and admirers among students and faculty Since 1961, Mrs. Journeay has served as the F aculty Treasurer fo r the Student Association As a tribute to this grand lady from Cedar Falls, Iowa, for the most efficient and diligent man ner in which she handled the seemingly endless amount of work required to pay countless bills and to keep record books up to date, we, on behalf of the student body wish to offer her our sincerest thanks and gratitude. To s ay goodbye to an instructor of Mrs. Journeay's ca l iber is a hard task. Her leaving will be a tremendous loss to our col lege, and those of us who had th e privilege o f knowing and working with her will miss her and speak of her often. I t is our hope that the contentment she finds in retirement will compensate for h e r service fa humani ty and especially to the stu dents of the Canal Zone College. On behalf of the stall o f the 1965-66 Conquistador, I would personally like to wish you, Mrs. Mary B. Journeay, a most ioyous healthy, and prosperous future, and let us not say "Goodbye," but rather-HASTA LA VISTA. Ja c k Dubroff Edi lor-in-Chief

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Spirit of C.Z C.

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10 ACADEMIC LIFE \I

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English Speech Drama A n d t ha t's how S hakespear e earne d th e mon ey 1 0 pay his way I h r o ugh c ollege Canal Z one C ollege R a d io p resenls -1 2

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"Well, boys, it looks like we beat t he group t o play practice again." A literature cla$s during a tropical downpour.

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Fine Arts Say look ill I he l i llie sign" "II Ulys,M ade i n Japan Obviously, the bes l pari of Ihe "ory 14 T'was the n ight before pllY praelice and aU thro ugh The land, nOI a c r ea ture was slirring-eltcep. Kenny's h a nd "My drawing is Ihe hesl because I use Crumbacher cfayons" 15

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Business Administration Oh, oh. i f's T he studious three agai n in accounting class The Office Machi ne Gang Now let's see, i f I were II comma or even a semicolon, where would I want 10 go? learning 10 type-the hard wayl Ib 17

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18 "And i f you are still having trouble, I 'll loan you this book which carefullV expla ins in 3 languages-Romanian Arabic and Hindustani-the correct way of solving the problem a r e quite righI Ni tr i c Acid and R u m are bv products of Glucose a nd Old Spice aher shave' r Ma th an d Sci ence Three lumps ohugar. 5!1f a minute coffee break gently and get ready f m "You see thaT l ittle bug ther e?" I t hink it' s a Mongolian he he Fly." And now it' s t i m e for the story about I. Newton and the t hree l i ttle slide rule s." 19

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A F rench clan listening 10 a recording by Brigitte Bardol. Parlez-Vous Franca i s monsieur Carlson?" 2 0 Foreign Language

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" A n d a lwavs remember whal Arislolle said while in a clothing store in Greece-If E u Rip I.Des, you pay f o r Ihese!" Social Science SOCI AL SCIENC E ? Thou shalt not laugh in Ihis l ibrary! 21

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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 22 23

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24 Dean DONALD W. SKINNER E d. D., New York Univer s it y This "second year of my association wit h th e Canal Zone College has been a busy and fruitfulone. In a physical sense, construction is i" progress for a new residence hall along the Canal. Plans are also developing for the construction of additiona I classrooms, and a new librar y buildi 9 which will contain expanded library facil ities and additional faculty office s Academically, will in the coming fall semester participate i n new admission standards, and new acad emic retention standards. Students will also benefit from a comprehensive faculty study of present and proposed cour s es and programs The studen t body has been extremely productive offering a variety of quality programs and e v ents of general interest and educational value. AIIinall the year 1965 has been a year of productive effort, and I would like 10 congratu l a te the s tudents, faculty, and staff for the rapid prog r ess we were able to achieve this year in our con tinu i n g e ffort to increas e the quality of a Can.1 Zone College education T o the g r aduating class I would like to add my congratulations for their achievement of a signifi. cant step in the lifelong path o f development t o intellectual maturity.

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Assistant Dean GLEN E MURPHY Ed.D., Teach ers College, Columbia U n i versity Congratulations to the Conquistador staff fo r depicting the active life of the Canal Zone Col lege-the serious endeavors and the ma n y events that make up a complete college experience for our st udents. Through our 1966 yearbook w e can c herish these memories in the years to come. A broad and varsatile selecti o n of student activities complementing classroom partic ip ation is neces sary f a give subs tan ce and verve to a college campus. Effort s have been made by the college faculty and administration to add to this phase of our co llege curriculum. With the dedicated cooperation of Studen t Ass ociation officers and other student leaders, many have brought a var iety of talents to the program of activities Through meaningful participation in campu s activities, students gain leadership experience, de. veJop quelities of loyalty and service, and learn to share in group decision s an d actions. These desirable accomplishments have direct carry-ov e r to other campuses f or those students who transFer and to adult community liFe for those who ente r the world of employment. Students have been generous in shar i ng their time, talents, and abilities with others this year to make our school year outstanding. B y so do ing, you have at the same time, caught the s pirit of Canal Zone College, and contributed to its successful growth. We hope eac h of you will alway s consider thi s yea r a significa nt gain in your l ong-term educational goal, and we w i s h tho s e of you who will be leaving our campus the very best in your future plans. 25

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26 Dean of Men SHEPARD S. C L A R K Webster' s definition of prepare is fo fit, to adapt or qualify beforehand for a particula r purpose, end or condition; to make oneself ready. H ave you decided what type o f wor k you would like to do for a livelihood? Have you established the program of courses you m u s t complete to qualify for the position? Have you decided your grades wil l be higher than any competitor? Can you readily adjust to new situations? Is it easy for you to get along with other people? I f you can answer the above questions in t he affirmati ve, you are making the proper preparation.

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Dean of Women MARGARET M. GATELY Today a student of twenty has already passed from the industrial age, through the atomic age and into the space age. This is an exciting time in which to live. It is a won derful age for women. The educated woman steps into a society that reaches ouf for her knowledge and skills. It is a highly specialized society that is eagerly looking for brainpower and skills. Thus, it is now possible for the educated woman to step into a career undreamed of onl y a short time ago. Therefore, I hope many of you will consider your time spent at the Canal Zone Col lege the beginning and not the end of your intellectual endeavors. Career opportunities are limitl ess, but such opportunities have rigid requirements which demand perseveran,e, ability and hard work. May you continue in your pursuit knowledge. May you realize tha t education is a gift that must be repaid. May you one day repay the gift by service for God, for country and for fellow man 27

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28 Residence Hall Supervisors MRS. ELIZABETH B RANDON MRS. EWING (not pictured) r lold you there s no j in college. Custodial Staff The sign's all right It's the building thill S got to go. Sauna've a gun Hoe! Hoe! Hoe! No?

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AURORA FRENANDEZ C L A UDIA LA WTON NORMAN B. ALTENBERG Secretaries Registrar library Aids Student Aids 29

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JO SEPH P KANE Librarian Librarian Ass i s t ant MRS. JOLIE POND 30 You can read can' you? The C anal Zone College library i s completing its third year in the present building. H aving s tarted wit h a cotlection of 2,000 vo lumes, the l ibrary now contains nearly t en th ousand. t n 1 967 these books w ill have plent y of room to park when a ne w l ibrary build ing is built on par t of the p re sent parking l ot. If you are looking f or a place to read try the library. The library s taff attemp t s at all time s t o maintain a serene, pleasant atmosphere for it s college patrons. Now, wha T's you r problem?

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MORRIS FINKELSTEIN Chairman Department of Physical Education MISS PATRI C I A LEHMAN Well Ihis guy on his Honda 17 wanted to drag. The goal of the Physical Edu cation Department of Cana l Zone College is to discipline the body as the academic departments discipline the mind. Working as an integral part of the college program, the Physical E ducation Oepartment provides the student with a variety of courses in which he may, under qualified instruction, develop and maintain a sound body. How do you spell bananas? 31

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32 SHEPARD S. C L ARK Chairman Good business begins with proper doorbell ringing. Department of Business Education So you don t thin k I can sign my name without looking, huh? rr:J[ I \ ---ARTHUR A. H ONEA

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r Now, you look into my eyes. IRVIN H LESSER In order to improve the economic status of the Un ite d States, its trade in international com merce must in c rease. Annual i n creases in output per manhour have just about matched yearly rises in com pensation. None of our competitors approach the Un ited States in h ou rl y wages paid. How has th e United States been ab l e to compete? T he implementation of l aborsaving devices has been the answer. How a re the devices c reated ? By individuals who have trained them selves t o think logic a ll y and c reati vely, to experiment to employ their power of imagination and ingenuity. MRS. MARY B JOURNEAY Yes I took the typewrifer out. 33

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34 MISS MARGARET W H I TMAN Chairman DAVID LOMME N Department of English Speech, and Drama look! it' s Mary Poppins! You mean all The books are here on lime?

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-Tell me abovt the rabbits again, George. Dvh Students in our contemporary society need a bold adventuresome spirit with the courage to gain an insight into the elements of satisfactory human relationships and the ability to convince their fellows of the urgency of understanding the com plex nature of man. Both in sight and ability are achieved through the intelligent use of the communication skills-reading, li stening, and observing, as well as speaking and writing. These are the keys students must use to open new doors in our contemporary society JOHN P MARS HALL FRED E WING / 35

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36 JAME S H JOHNSON Chairman ROBERT A KENNED Y Department of Foreign languages and Fine Arts T o be able to appreciate t h e finer th i ng s in l i fe study the humanities in addition to the "pract ic al subjec t s Foreign languages help understanding internat io nall y as one' s nati v e language allows comprehension among peo ple of the same nat io n It would seem that a true appreciation for other culture s and other cus t oms as well as other point s of view and att i tudes would aid in preserving what all sensible peopl e deepl y de sire-world peace. CLINTON C. CARNE Y

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H a hal ThaI's a good one. Say, did you hear the one about ... ? You think 'hi s is something; J kic k b1ack cats Gimme an H Which han d had the M & M S? 37

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38 DEWITT E MYERS Chairman NORMAN B. A L TENBERG Department of Natural Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology C H ARLES COURCHAI NE ANAYANSI HERRERA Lab Assistant

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'fill ... nol 10 be confused with The Blob. Stand back boys; this equation' s so expolsive I'm afraid to write it. There is a way to do it betterfind it." These words, first sopken by Tho mas A. Edison have becom e the basis for all scientific research today. Progress in an era dominated by science necessitates an inquiring mind linked wit h Edison's eternal principle. The natural science department of the Cana l Zone College strives not only to send forth in t o life young men and women fully prepared to meet all challenges, but also to impress upon them the vastness of the sciences' frontiers. The department allows t ,he student to develop his interests in the various fields of science by offering a di versity of courses in physics, chemistry, and the biological sciences. Each branch is adequately provided with laboratory facilities and qualified pro fessors to develop aspiring scientists. M ISS MARGARET M. GAT ELY DAV I D SWEHLA 39

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This is ridiculous. It's grown an inch A lillie louder i n the flute sec tion, please In Their More You will nol ice Ihe l th is, is II boa rd Missed fhal one, huh? l eI you r fingers do th e walking. 40

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My group had 23% fewer b r ains. So I 'll wai till I get another paperweight Serious Moments Happiness" is an unsolvable p r oblem. Say when. You'd never believe I use d 1 0 be a soda jer k would you? 41

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42 CHARLES R BOWEN Chairman RUSSELL W. ANNIS Department of Social Science and Education CLARENCE VOSBURG H H L O RIN G WHITE

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You got something against National Geographic? Did you say Bridge"? The social sciences have an increasing responsibility in the modern world to assist Man in the most important of all ventures : the discovery of himself. T he natural and physical sciences have swept away most of Man's natural enemies. They have expoited nature in his behalf and have placed formidable power at his finger tips The social sciences must provide Man with the knowledge, understanding and skill to enable him to live at peace with his fellows and to work for the common betterment of all. Education is the process through which this pressing task can be and must be accomplished for the improvement of all men 'through the exploitation of none . and for my next trick. Com e in, Mr. Annis, 4 3

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CLASSES JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN 4 5

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46 Anayansi Herrera Vice President Sophomore Class Officers He c tor Myers Treasurer President-John Vau c her Class Sponso r Dr. Robert A. Kennedy M aria Fern andez Secreta ry

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Abadi, Jacqueline Abernathy, Chuck Alayon, Magaly Alayon, Rina A l e rs, Vic Alfaro, R oberto Alvarado Juan Anderson, Roberto Arnando l ymaYoung Ashby, Harr y 47

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Athow, lewis Ayala Mario Berg Carl Birtel Mar t i Bonni c k Ricardo Boswell Jean Brown Eduardo Brown, James Priscilla, Brown Burkman Jan 48

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Carpenter Margaret Champsaier Bett y Chappell N i na C h as e Alfred Cheung Dpris Chue, Adele Clarke Sheila Coreo Elida de Carmen Coy William Crai g Graee 49

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Daniel, Helen Darl ington, Ken Davy Dale Denny Barbara Dent on, Pete D e Piper, Geret Detre sno, Pedro DeSandis, Patricia Egudin Roc helle E vans, George 50

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Fauzy Nevine Fernandez Maria Foster Harry FusseJJ, linda Gangle, Tom Gannon, Peter Garc ia, Carlos Gaul, David Geraldi, Richar d Getman Carol 51

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Gil l e y,Anne G ui be r t Jam e s Gonzalez l il Go o d rich Cat h erine G u thr i e Joseph Hagar, Frank H errera Anay an s i H e s kew, W a y n e H i c ks, J ames H o l g e rson Jan e 52

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H olmer Jon H orna, I sabe l Huertas, Jose H unt Joe lan oale D iana Jellum, J udit h J oyner J ohn Kandrin George Kapinos Carol King Nancy 53

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Kli n e, les lie Krapel Allen l acey, Robbin lavalle Kathy levee, Fred lewis, luis lopez, Walter l ord, George Matheney, Grover Maynard, Evelia 5 4

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McClung, J oseph McGoff, Louis Monzon, Irene Mulligan, N ancy Myers, Kathryn Myers, He ctor Nichols Betty Osborne Sheila Pezet Etna Pine Guille rmi n a 55

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Ram i rez Carlos Rami rez, Miri am Reynolds Emm a Rigsby, Bertram Rojas, R u fina Ros emond H ortencia Roth-Rolley Sandra Salerno, Enrique Sanchez, Ricard o Sanders, Charle s 56

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Sch mid t E ileen Schmutz Han s Sheeran Sue Shepherd Jose Sebik, Joseph Smith, Marion Sprauve, Kenneth Steele Delano Stevenson, Jim Sulli v an Cathle en 57

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Suarez, Gregqry Tau l Cla y Tha cher, Robert Thompson Gordon Unrau Sue Vaucher, John Wallace Richard Warford Judi Weade, Fred Webb, Rebe cca 58

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Wheeler, Robert White, Bill Wieberg, Ewald Wilder, Alberta Wilson He i di Ysern Teresa Zerbinati Cecilia 59

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60 Class Officers L e 0 r ig ht : Cha r les Co u r chai ne. Sponsor; Chery l P e t erso n Sec r e tary : Jeff Marsh Presid enT; E ilee n Allyene, T rea su r e r ; and Sieve Hebert, Vice P res.

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Marilyn March Adair Doreen Adams Michael Albert Daniel O. A leman Eileen Alleyne Am l a Andrews Jose Angui20la Frank Ansel Ofelia Araya Diana Alherly Chely Aviles Mariana Baker Conslancia Barnell Miriam Baleman 61

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Virginia Beaty LUCY Benitez Jose Bibbo George A. Black Bellie Blackwelder Myrna Blade::; Nancy Bongiorni William R Boughner Kenny Bower Evelia Bradley Kevin J. Bradley H ifalia Brid Roy Bridges Joseph E Brown, Jr 62

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Susan Brown Jerry Buckler Michael Burns Frederick Burlon leroy Burton E mma M. Buslos Andrea Byrd Alice l. Cann Kerima Carles Carmen M. Carlo Michael Roy Carlson lee Carneal Carlos Carrasco linda Casses 63

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Fermin Chan Rebecca Chancey Eduardo Chapman Phyllis Chase Diana Marie Chen J anice Che s hire Gertrude E Chin Jack M Clinton Diana Cobb Michael Cofer Antonio Cooper M ary Cooper M y ra Enid Cordoba Margarita Cornejo 64

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Ronald Crawford linda G. Daniel luther E. Davis Margarita Davis John Deck Yolanda De leon E lba l. D iaz Norbert Dionne Frank Disharoon Katherine Dolan Frank A. Doonan Mar c ela Dorado Bru ce Douglas Edward Dre w 65

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Don a ld J E meuon Carol l. Esnleman Glenn E vans Carmelo A Falco William B Fall Michae l B Farrow J uan G Ferreira Vir gi n ia Fluma c n George J Fox Angie Ganser Amy Garcia A na E Garc ia Mar y Garcia Julia Ann G o e 6 6

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Doc GohmerT Martha Golden BerTa Gonzal e z leonora Gordon Edua rdo Gran l Kafhlee n Grey P amela A. Grodi n Richa r d H aka n son D iana H aky J erry l. H all James Hanson Yolanda C. H art S Teve H eberT Sh irle y H e dden 67

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Vivian Hedm an Dan Hele Camille H endricks Marisela Hermida Rafael H errera Robert B Hester Guilberto Hinds Judv House E$ther E Hovan Vickie I Hutchinson Archer [doll v l ilia l nce RoberT G. Jackman Jan e t J ackson 68

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Jeanelle Jones Dennis L Josephs F rank M. Koenig William Krapf! E va lawr ence Vicki Lawrence Robert lawyer Ricardo lay Pamela l eese r Marilyn Lemasteer Allan l. Lewis Thomas lewis Alice E link Harold liTtle 69

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Bill livingst o n Jacquelyn love lad y P au l H l yew Gail lynch Olalia Machado Tim Malonev H e l e n Mann i n g J o hn M a rcel C l ar e n c e J Marquez. Jr David McDowell T eresa McGann E n r ique G Mcle a n Yodira M e nd oza Rob e rt B Merrill 70

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Myrna Miller William Michael Miller Jay Morre Cnarles Morrison Ramon A. Mouynes Artnu r Myke Meercedes Ng Margarita Nuq ues Deni se O'Donnell Mary O'Donnell Marcelina 01ayuar I hvier E Ortiz Aracelti Ospino Barbara Par ada 71

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lorna Parker Elizabeth Parmly Rafa e l Peanon Roberto A. Peart Pedro Rodriguez Sylvia Perra Cheryl Peterson James Peterson Mike Pluck e r Russell Porre Danny Pouder Catherine Pri ce L Anthony P rince lawr e n ce P orlurl$on 72

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Amarilis Pu e l lo Luther J. Quinn Cristina Quiros Sixlo A Ramirez Id a Maria Ramsey Ruth E R eimille r Bill Renner Luisa J Reynolds Harvey G Rhyne, Jr. Bruce Richards L uz Rivera Ruben Rodriguez Frances Rose Phill i p Rourk 73

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Robert Rupp Maritza Salas Kay Sanford Jos l yn Marie Sang Zulma Santiago Leo E Sauer Carol Schafer Bill Schireyder Thyra Sealey Jorge See Walter Sessions Chery l Silkwood Carolos Simon Martha Simpson 74

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Pat Slaton George Smit'" Ines C. Smit'" Victor T Smit .... Jr. P at ricia Sol ey Sue Soyste r l ewis L Stabler Ann M. Sta ... 1 l arry Stanfo r d H elen Stewart P"'il Stewart Frank C. Suarez Janet T Sullivan Awilda T homas 75

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Barry Thompson Carol Thompson Jessie Valdez Nancy l. Varnum Wilm
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Frances W itT George Wodruka Belly Womble Juan larak "Smile, you're on candid camera." 77

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Morris Maduro President Junior Class Officers Warren Ashton Treasurer Dan StewartVice-President Mr. C. R VosburghF acul t y Adv i so r Ernes tina H owell Secretary 79

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Alley ne Phylli s Bovell Robert Brathwaite Morris Cas ira George Clarke D iana Daniel Robert Dominguez, R ober t o Dubroff, Jack Flynn, Peggy 80

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Hovan George Jones, Ho w ard Howell Ernes tina Laboy, Maria del Carmen Lewis, Horace Maduro Morris Minnick Ce c elia Nagy, Armida 81

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Pan zer, Robert Smith lester Spencer, Jan Sprague, Patricia Tha yer, Clarita Thompson, Carole Thompson, Ursula 82

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JACQUELINE ABADI, Panama City Panama ; December 8, 1945 ; Student Association 1 & 2, T ropical Collegian 2 ; Biological-Medical Society 2 CHARLES ABERNATHY Ancon, Canal Zone; Pan Ameri can Club 1 & 2; The Buccaneers 1; The Pilots 2; Rifle and Pistol C lub 1 & 2; Bridge Club 1 & 2 MAGALY ALAYON, Caguas, Puerto Rico ; May 4, 1946 ; Student Association 2 ; Biological-Medical Society 1 & 2 RINA ALAYON, Caguas, Pureto Rico; May 4, 1946 ; Student Association 1 & 2; Biological Medical Society 1&2 VIC ALERS, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico; Sept. 2, 1945 ; Student Association 2; PaFl American Club 2; The Pilot s 2 ; lettermans Club 2 ; Get-Acquainted Dance 2; Chris t mas Formal 1 JUAN ALVARADO, Panama City, Panama ; Student Association 1 & 2; Bioligical-Medical Society 1 & 2; Pan American Club 1 & 2 (President) The Pilots 2 ROBERTO ANDERSON Colon, Panama ; 1945 ; Rifle and Pistol Club 1; Phi Theta Lambda 2 HARRY ALDEN ASHBY, Panama ; The Buccanee r s 2; The Pilots 2 LEWIS K. ATHOW, Tacoma, Washington; Dec. 19 1946 MARIO AYAL A La Chorrera, Panama ; 1946; Phi Theta Kappa 1 & 2; Biological-Medical Socie t y 2; Engineering 1&2 CARL N BERG, Panama City, Panama MARTI BIRTEL, Honesdale, Pa.; Aug. 3, 1946; Conquistador s t aff 2; Streets of New York The Crucible, Dormitory Club 2 Pres. RICARDO BONNICK, Colon Panama ; 1945 ; Phi Theta Kappa 1 & 2; Chess Club 2 JEAN BOSWELL, Margarita, Canal Zone ; Student Association 2 ; l Espirite F rancais 2; Get Acquainted Dance 2; Christmas Formal 1 ; Fresh-Soph. Prom 1 ; Cheerleader 1 & 2 EDUARDO BROWN Ancon, Canal Zone; Sept. 28, 1945; Conquistador Staff 1 i Biological-medical Society 1 i L Espirite Francais 1 ; The Buccaneers 1 ; The Band 1 & 2 ; Music Club 1 ; The Pilots 1 JAMES BROWN Washington, D .C.; Jul y 22, 1942 ; Bridge Club 2 ; Chess Club 2, (President) BARBARA JAN BURKMAN Abilene, Texas; Dec. 3 1 1945 ; The Pilot s 2 JOHN W. CARLSON Needham, Mass.; Sept. 3, 1945 ; Delta Psi Omega 2 MARGARET CARPENTER, Portland, Oregon; June 29, 1946 ; Bridge Club 2; Delta Psi Omega 2 BETTY <:HAMPSAUR Panama; Student Association 1 & 2 ; Pan American Club 2 N IN A LEE CHAPPELL futis, Florida ; Sept. 21, 1946; Conquistador Staff 2 ; L Espirite Francais 1 & 2; Phi Theta Lambd a 1 & 2; Volleyball 1 & 2 ; Basketball 1 & 2; Tennis 1 & 2 ADELE CHUE, Colon, Panama; Tr opical Collegian staff 1 & 2; Student aids 2; Phi T heta Kappa 2 ; Delta Psi Omega 2; L Espirile F rancais 1 & 2; The Band 1 & 2; Music Club 2; Dormitory C lub 2; Talent show 1 & 2 SHEILA C L ARKE, Student Association 2; Biological-Medical Society 2 ; L Espirite Francais 1 ; The Buccaneers 2 DORIS MARIELA CHEEIN G, May 29, 1946; Tropical Collegian staff 1 & 2; Biological -Medical Society 1 & 2; Pan American Club 1 & 2; Newman Club 1 & 2; Phi Theta Lambda 2 ELIDA del CARMEN CORCO, July 11, 1947 ; Houston Texas; Pan American Club 2 WILLIAM COY, Margarita, Canal Zone; June 18, 1946 ; Biologi cal-Medical Society 2; Newman Club 2; The Pilots 2 HELEN DANIEL Aquadettes 1 KEN DARLINGTON Talent Show 1 & 2 ; Margarita, Canal Zone; 1946 DALE A. DAVY Ancon, Canal Zone; 1945; B iologica l Society 1 & 2; The Buccaneers 1 & 2 BARBARA DENNY Los Angeles, California; Newman Club 2 ; The Pilots 83

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PETE DENTON, Montreal Can ada ; Books t o r e 2; The Pilots 2 ; Phi Theta Lambda 2 GERET D e PIPER, Brooklyn, N.Y.; 1946; Student As sociation 1 ( Rep.) 2 (Pres); Conqu i s t a dor Staff 1 ; Newman Club 1 & 2 ; Deba te Clu b 1 & 2; Get Acquainted Dance 2 ; Christmas F orma l 2 ; H alloween 1 ; F resh-Soph Banquet 1; Fresh-Sop h P rom 1 ; Picnic 1 PATRICIA DeSANDIS, Scranton, P a.; Dec. 20, 194 6; Jambore e Queen 2; Majorette 2 P EDRO A. DETRASN O D av i d, P anama; Ma r c h 16 1945 ; Phi Theta L amb d a 2 GEORGE EVA NS, Nov. 14, 194 6; Football 2 NEV I N E FAWZY, Cai ro Egypt ; Phi Thet a Kappa B i o l ogical-Medica l Socie t y 2; L E spiri t e francai s (Pres ) 2 ; The B uccaneers 2 ; T h e Pilot s 2 ; Fre s h .Soph Ban quet 2 MAR I A DEL PILAR FERNA NDEZ Ft. C l ay ton C a nal Zone; Pan Amer ican Clu b 1 ; Student A s soci ation 2 ; T he Pilo t s 2 JUA N G F ORREIRA, Ma r garita, C a nal Z one; Biologiical-Medical Societ y 1 & 2; Pan Americ an Club 2 HARRY D FOSTER JR., P a nama Cit y, P a n ama; R ille and Pist o l Club 2; Br i dge Cl u b 2 LINDA FUSSELL T ropical Collegian staff 1 ; Delta Psi Omega 1 & 2; Pan A m erican Clu b 1 ; T he Buccaneer s I & 2 Music C l u b 2; Newman Club 1 & 2 ; T he Pilot s I; H oo t enan n y 1 ; Talen t S ho w 2; Chri s tma s Formal 1 TOM GANGL E May 12, 1 946; Cana l Zon e ; Newman Club 2 ; Leiterman C lub I & 2 PETER GANNON F lush in g, New Y o rk ; A ug. 20 1944; D el t a Psi Omega 1 & 2; The Pilot s 1 ; T a l e n t Sho w 1 ; C hrist mas formal 1 ; Fresh-sqph B a n q ue t 1 DAVE GAUL: Alto ona, P a.; S t u d e nt Association 2; Biological-Medical Society 2; The P i l o t s 1 & 2; B r idge C lub 2 ; l etterman Club ViceP res. 2 ; G e t A cquainted D a n ce 1 & 2; Chr i s tma s F o rma l 1 ; H a lloween 1 ; Fres h Sop h P rom 1; P icnic 1 CARO L GETMAN Jacksonville Florida; Phi The t a Kappa 1 & 2; Newm a n Club 1 & 2 ; F resh-Sop h B anquet 1 ; Fresh -Soph Prom 1 84 ANNE E. GillEY Mar ga r ita, Canal Zone ; Nov. 23, 1946; Stu d en t Associa t io n (Class T reasurer) 1 ; S. A. Secretary 2 ; Stu d en t Aids 2 ; The Buccaneer s 1 ; The Pilo t s 1 & 2 ; F re s h Sop h Banquet 1 ; Fresh-Soph Pro m 1 RIC H ARD GERA R D I Panama City, P anama; J a n 14, 1 94 4 lIL GONZALEZ Panama City, P anama; T a l ent Show 1 JAME S A GUIBERT, Ancon Canal Zone ; Ju l y 22, 1946 ; T he Pilo t s 2 JOE G U T HRIE, Elmira, New Yor k ; 19 4 5 FRA N K I E HAGAR K an s a s Cit y, Miss o u ri ANAYANS I HERRERA, Panama City, P anama; Ma r c h 1 5 1946; Sop homor e C lass V ice Pres; Phi Theta Kappa 1 & 2 ; Bio l ogi c a l M e dical Societ y 1 & 2 ; Pan American C lub 2 ; T he Pilo t s 2 ; T ale nt S how 2; Chri s tma s Formal 2; Fres h S oph Prom I ; Fresh -Sop h Banq u et 1 ; Picni c WAYNE HESKEW Oklahoma City Oklahoma; J u l y 3 1 1946; L ette r man Cl u b 2 JAME S H HIC K S Ancon, Canal Zone; Newm a n Club The Pilo t s 2; Bridge C lub 2 J ANE H O L GERSON Ma r garita, Can a l Zone; The Buc caneer s 1 ; Get Acqua int e d D a n ce 2 ; Cheerlead er 1 & 2 J O N F H O L MER, Anc on Cana l Zone; The P i l o t s 1 & 2 ; D elta P s i O mega 2 ISABEL H ORN A Boquete, Chi riqui Panama; The Buccaneers 2 ; M usi c C lub 2 ; Phi The t a L a m b d a 2 JOSE HUERTAS JR., Ma r ch 26, 1944; San t u r c e P uerto Rico; Studen t Associat i on 1 & 2 ; C on q u i s tado r s taff 1 & 2; P a n American C lub 1 & 2 ; New man Club 1 ; The Pil o t s 1 & 2; T a lent Show 1 ; Chri s tma s Formal 1 ; F resh-Sop h B anque t 1 ; Fresh Soph Pro m 1 ; Pic ni c 1 DIA N A E I A NOALE, A n con, Cana l Z one; Nov. 17, 1946; S tudent 1 & 2; Newm a n Club 2; Get Acqu a inted D ance 2 ; Valen t ine F o rm a l 2; Ch eer l eader 1 & 2 ; Masquerade Ball 1 ; Banque t a nd Prom 1 & 2; Fre s h Class Sec.; S tudent Associa t ion 1 J U DITH DEllE JELLUM Gran d R apids, Minnesota J OHN JOYNER : Ancon, Cana l Zon e ; P a n Ame r i can C lub I & 2 ; The P i l o t s 1 ; Phi Theta Lambda 2; Foot -

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GEORG E KANDR I N, Colon, P anama; April 15, 1944; L eiterman Club 2; Football 1 & 2 CAROL KAPINOS Student Aids 1 & 2; Newman Club; Talent Show 1 NANCY L KING Auburn, New York ; January 30, 1946 LESLIE KLINE, P anama City, Pana ma; 1947 ; Pan American 2; The Buccaneers 1 i The Pilo t s 2 ALLEN KRAPEl : Panama City, Panama; Pan American Club 1 ; The Pilots 1 ; Phi Theta Lambda 2 ROBI N S U ZANNE LACEY, Nebraska; Sept. 16, 1945 ; Tropica l Col l egian staff 1 & 2; Phi Theta L ambda KATHLEEN MICHELE LAVAL LEE, Worcester,Mass; October J J 946; Studen t Association 2; Studen t aids 1 & 2; B i ological-Medical Society 1 & 2; Bridge C lub 1 & 2; Get Acquainted [;)ance 2; Pan American Club 2; Rifle Club 1 & 2 ; Christmas Forma l 1 ; Halloween 1 ; Picnic 1 FRED L eV E E Ancon, Canal Zone; 1943 L UIS LEW IS, Christmas F orma l 2; F res h -sop h Prom 2 WAL TER L OPEZ, Panama Rep. of Panama ; Student Association 1 GEORGE LORD, Panama Ci/y, Panama ; OC/ober 29, 1945 ; Rifle and Pisto l Club 1 & 2 GROV E R MATHENEY, Panam a, Rep. of Panam a; Aug. 13, 1945; P hi T he t a L ambda 2 EVELIA MAYNORD, Pedro Miguel, Canal Zone 1946 JOSEPH McCLUNG, Charleston, Wesl Virginia Aug. 1 i 946; Student Association 2; Newman Club 2; Bridge Club 2 LOUIS McGOFF Newman Club 1 ; Debate Club 2; Dormitory Club 1 & 2 IRENE MONZON, Panama Cily, Panama; Jan 15 1946 ; S tudent Association 1 & 2; Student Aids 1 & 2; New man Club 2; Get AC'luainted Dance 2; Cheerleading (Captain) 1 & 2 NANCY MULLIGAN Sacramen t o, California; The Pilot s 1&2 KATHRYN MYERS, Sacramento, California; Student Aids 2; Biological.Medica l Socie t y 1, 2; l'Espirite Francais 1 & 2; The Buccaneers 1 ; Chess Club 1 HECTOR MYERS, Panama City, Panama ; BiologicalMedical Society 2; The Buccaneers 1 & 2; The Pilot s 2; Valentine Formal 2 BETTY JANE NICHOLS Big Springs, Texas; Jan. 14, '945; Student Association 2 SHEILA A. OSBORNE, Panama Ci/y, P anama; 1946 Conquistador S taff 2; Student Aids 1; B io l ogical-Medical Societ y 2 ; L'Espirite Francais 1 ; Pan American Club 1 & 2; The Buccaneers 1 & 2; Music Club 2; Christmas Formal 2 CARLOS GARCIA DE PAREDES, P anama; Oct. 9, 1945 ETNA PEZET: Panama City, Panama; Pan American Club 2; The Pilots 2 GUILLERMINA PINO Panama City, P anama CARLOS RAMIREZ JR Pan ama Ci/y, Panama; L E spi rite Francai s 2; The Band 2 M I RIAM RAMIREZ, Oclober 5, 1944 ; Margarita, Canal Zone; Conquistador s taff 2; Tropica l Collegian staff 1 & 2; Pan American Club 1 2; The Pilots 2 SIX T O RAMIREZ Margarita, Canal Zone; The Buccaneer s 2 EMMA REYNOLDS Ancon, Canal Zone; Jan. 2B, 1946 ; Student Association 1 & 2; Delta Psi Omega 1 2; Bridge Club 1 & 2; Get Acquainted Dance 2 HAR V E Y RHYNE JR., Ancon, Canal Zone; October 1 '946; Rifle and Pistol Club 1 & 2 RUFINA B ROJAS August 24, 1946 ; Student Association 1 & 2; Conquistador s taff 2; T r opica l Collegian staff 2; Student aids 2; Biological-Medical 50-ciety 1 & 2; L Espirite Francais 1 & 2; D ormitory Club 2; Get Acquainted Dance 1; Ho otenanny 1 & 2; Fresh-50p h Banquet 1 ; Picnic 1 HORTENCIA ROS EMOND Colon Panama; September 2 1 1945; B iologica l -Medical Society 1 & 2, L : Espirite F rancais 1 & 2 ; The Band 2 ; D ormitory Club 2; Picnic 1 85

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SANDRA ROTH-ROFFEY, Marg a r ita, Cana l Zone, Oct. 20, 1946, Newman Club 2 ENRIQUE SALERNO P anama City, Panama Student Associati on 2; Biol ogical-Med ical Socie ty 2; Pan American Club 1 & 2 RICARDO SANCHEZ, Colon, Panama CHARLES G. SANDERS, Ancon, Canal Zone, Student A ssociation 1 & 2, Phi Theta Kappa 1 & 2; Phi Theta Lambda 2 LEO E SAUER, Portland Oregon; Student Association 1 & 2, Leiterman Club (Pres.) 2 ; Calendar Club 2 EILEEN SCHMIDT, Ancon, Canal Zone, 1947, Pan American Club 2; The Pilo ts 2; Phi Theta Lambda HANS SCHMUTZ, lima, Peru Sept. 16 1946, Bridge Club 1 & 2 SUE SHEERAN Sept. 8, 1946, Virginia, Jamboree Queen A C. 2 JOSE SHEPHERD, Ancon, Canal Zone, Tropical Collegian staff 2; Delta Psi Omega 1 ; The Buccaneers 1 & 2 ; The Pilots 1 & 2 MARION O SMITH, Panama City, Panama, Oct. 17, 1943, Student Association 1 & 2; Phi Theta Kappa; Biological-Medical Society 1 & 2; The Buccaneers 1 KENNETH l. SPRA UVE, Colon, Panama; Conquistador staff 1; Tropical Collegian staff 2; Biological-Medical Society 1 & 2 ; l Espirite francais 1 i The Buccaneers 1 ; The Band 1 & 2 ; The Pilots 2; Pep Band 1 & 2 DELANO R STEELE, Ancon, Canal Zone, The Buccaneers 1 & 2; The Band 1 & 2; Music Club 2 JIM STEVENSON P hilade lphia, Pa., Oct. 31, 1946, Leiterman Club 2; Marketing Club 2; Dormitory C lub KATHLEEN G. SULLIVAN, Los Angeles, Calif Dec 1945 ; Chri s tma s Formal Camm. 1; Jambroee Queen 1; Pilot s Club 1 & 2, Biological-M edical Society 1 ; l'Espiri te francais 1 CLAYTON TAUL, Florida, Sept. 24, 1946, Biological Medical Society 1 ; The Buccaneers 1 & 2 ; The Pilots 2 ; Rifle and Pis t ol Club 2 ; Bridge Club 1 & 2 86 ROBERT THACHER, Pen sacola, Florida, Student As sociation 2; Rep. 2; Student Aids 1 & 2; The Pilots 2; Asst. Editor, Speakeasy 2; F aculty library Camm. 2 GORDON THOMPSON Colon, Panama; May 28, 1944; T ropical Collegian staff 1 ; Leiterman club 1 & 2; Phi Theta lambda 2; Valentine Formal 1 SUE UNRAU, Panama City Panama 1946, Student aids 2; The Pilots 2; Phi Theta Lambda 2 JOHN R. VAUCHER, San Bernardino, Calif Student Association (Vice-Pres) 1 ; Soph Class (Pres) 2; Student Aids 2; The Band 1 ; Pep Band 2; Debate Club (Pres) 2; Talent Show 1 ; S.A. Publicity Comm. S.A. Assemblies comm. 2; T ri-School Debate 1 ; Freshman class activities 1 ; E xecutive Council 1 & 2 JUDI WARFORD, Ancon, Canal Zone FRED M. WEADE JR ., Ancon, Canal Zone, Jan. 29, 1946; Student Association 2; Conquistador staff 2; Delta Psi Omega 1 ; The Buccaneers; The Pilots 2; Rifle and Pistol Club 2; Bridge Club 1 & 2; Talent show 2; Fresh-Soph Prom 2; Picnic 1 & 2; The Streets of New York 1 REBECCA WEBB, West Palm Beach Fla., Dec. 20, 1946, Student Association 2; Student Aids 1 ; FreshSoph Prom 1 ; Fresh-Soph Banquet 1 ; The Streets of New York ROBERT W. WHEELER, Ancon, Canal Zone, June 13, 1945, Bridge Club 2 BILL WHITE, Portland, Maine EWALD A. WIBERG, New York, New York, April 29, 1946, Student Association 1 & 2; Debate Club 1 & 2 (Pres); Chess Club 2 (Pres) ALBERT A WILDER, Brooklyn New York, Aug. 6, 1945, Conquistador staff 2; Volleyball 1 & 2; Basketball 1 HEIDI WILSON, Lima Peru, L 'Espirite Fran cais 2, The Buccaneers 1 & 2; Newman Club 1 & 2; The Pilots 2; Fresh -Soph Banquet 1 ; Fresh-Soph Prom 1 PHYLLIS JOYCE ALLEYNE, Ancon, Canal Zone, Dec 8 1944 ; Student Aids 3 ; l E spirite Francai s 2 DIANA ATHERLEY, Panama City, Pan. "a, Phi Theta Lambda 1 ROBERT BOVELL, Ancon, Canal Zone, Biologi ca l -Medica l Socie ty 1 2 3; The Band 1 2, 3

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MORR I S B R ATHWAITE, Ancon, Canal Zone; Conquistador sta ff I 3 ; Tropical Collegi a n staff 3; The Band 2, 3 ; Music C lub 3 ; Marketing C l u b 2 ; Pep Band 2 GEORGE H CASIRA Sept. 2 1944; Panama City, Ptln American Club 1 2, 3 ; The Pilots 2 3 ; Phi Theta Lambda 3 D IANA CLARKE, Santa Monica, Calif.; Feb. 16 1945; U C l A transfer; Rall y comm. 1 ROBE R T J D ANIEL Sche n ectady New York ; Student Association 2; Conquistador s taff 1 2 3 ; Tropical Collegian s taff 2, 3 ; Biological-Medical Society 3 ; The Buccaneers I 2 3 ; The Pilots 2, 3 ; P hi Theta Lambda 3 ; Picnic 2 ; The Streets of New York ROBE R TO, DOMINGUEZ Panama Ci t y, Panama; Sept 16, 1944; Stud ent Association 3 ; P a n American club 1 2 3 ; Marketing club 3 ; Talent show 1 JACK DUBRO F F Student Association (pres) 2; Co n quistador s taff ( Editor) 3 ; T ropical Collegian staff( E ditor) 2 ; Books tore 2, 3; The Pilo t s ( Pres) 3; Get Acqu a in t e d D ance 2 ; H oo t enanny 1 2 3; T a l ent S how 1 2,3; Picnic 2 MARGARET FLYNN Student Association ( Pres) 1 D el t a Psi Omega 2 3 ; T he Buccaneers 1 3 ; R ifle and Pistol Club 3; Phi Theta Lambda (Sec) 3; Ge t Acqua i nt e d D ance 3 ; H ootena nn y 1 2 ; T alen t show 1,2; C hri s t mas Formal 2; Valentine Formal I; Fresh-Soph Prom (Soph Princess) ; Cheerleader 2 3 ; GEROGE S HOVAN, Ancon, Canal Zone; 1944; Base ball 2; Football 2 ERNE STINA M. HOWELL, Ancon, Canal Zone ; Tropical Collegian s taff 2 ; P hi Thet a Kappa I 2 ; B io logical Medical Society 1 2, 3 ; l E s piri te F rancais 3; P a n American Club 3 ; T he Buccaneers 2 ; Christmas Forma l 3 ; Sec. Jun i or Class 3 H OWARD JONES Sant iag o Chile ; Debate Club 2 ; Tennis team 2 MARIA LABOY, Pon ce, Puerto .Ri co; Sep t 2 1944; Student Association 2 3 ; S t uden t Aids 3 ; Biological Medical Society 2 3; Pan American C lub 2 3 ; Newman Club 2, 3; The Pilo ts 3 HORA,CE D LEWIS, Panama; Jan. 17 1944; Student Association 1 2, 3; (Vice-Pres); Tropical Collegian staff 2, 3 ; Student Aids 1 2 3; l Espir i t e Francais 2 ( Pres); Bookstore I ; Socie t y I 2, 3; l E s p i r i te The Buccaneers 1 2, 3 ; Dormit ory Club I (Pres) MORRIS MADURO Student Associa t ion 3 ; Tropical Collegian s taff 3 ; Phi Theta Kappa (Vice-Pres) 3 ; Mu sic C lub (Pres); Ph i Theta L ambda 3 ; Christmas Formal 3 ARMIDA NAGY Panama City Panama; March 26, 1945; Tropical Collegian s taff I 2 ; Student aids 1 2 3 ; l 'Espiri te Francais 3 ROBERT PANZER Queens, New York; Conquistador s taff 2; Phi The t a Kappa I 2 3 ; Letterman club 3 ; Phi The ta Lambda (Pres) 3 ; L E STER RICHARD SMITH, Pan American Club I; Newman club 3 ; T he Pilots 2 3 ; Phi Thet a Lambda 3; Get A c quainted Dance 3 JAN SPENCER, Ancon, Canal Zone ; July 10, 1944; Book store I 3 2 ; Phi Thet a Kappa I 2, 3; P h i Theta Lambda 3 ; Get Acquainted Dance I ; Talent Show 2; Christmas Formal I 3 ; H alloween I ; Fresh-Soph Banquet 2 PATRI C I A SPRAGUE, Ancon, Canal Zone ; 1945; C o n quistador staff 1 ; S t udent aids 1 2 ; Bookstore 2; Biological -Medical Society 2; The B uccaneers 1 2; Newman Club 2; T he P ilots 2 ; Christmas Formal (Court ) 2 C L ARITA THAYE R Panama City, Panama; Conquistador s taff 3 ; Student aids 3 ; P h i Theta Kappa I 2, 3; D elt a Psi Omega 2 3 ; l E spirite F rancais 3; F resh-Sop h P rom 2; Little Mary Sunshine 2 ; T he Me r chant of V e nice 2 ; T he Cru cible 3 CARO L E T HOMPSON Margarita, Canal Zon e ; Feb. I 1945; Student Association I 2, 3 ; Mos t Popular 2 U R S ULA, THOMPSO N P h i The t a Kappa 2 3 87

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90 Stud ent Association Council Above is the Student Association Council with Mr. Arthur Hone a, Sponsor of the Council. The Student Association Council is one of the most important and ef fective organizations at the Canal Zone College. It provides a forum for student expression for the benefit of the school and the communi ty. Th is council has established a sound program of selfgovernment in t he College The meetings are held every Tuesday during t he free h our. Officers a r e Gere! De Piper (P res.)' H orace Lewis (Vice P.), Ann Gilley (Sec ). and Lucy Benitez (T reas.).

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Officers of the S. A. Council HORACE LEWI S (Vice President) lUCY BENITEZ (Treasurer) GERET DE PIPER (President ) ANN GillEY (Secretary) 91

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92 Jack Dubroff Edilor Judy G oe Ass t Ediror Editor-in Chief Assistant Editor Academic life Administration Classes STAFF Organizations & Activities Athletics Typists Photo Staff Ar t (Cover Designer ) S pon s or J ack Dubroff Judy Goe Jack Dub roff Mike Carlson Chely Aviles Frank Koenig Marti Birtel Sheila Osborne Teresa Ysern Luisa Reynolds Eduardo Brown Ken Sprave Nina Chappell Jack Dubroff L ee Carneal Lucy Benitez George See Miriam Ramirez Lucy Benitez Marti Birtel Chely A v ile s R obbin L acey Judy Goe Fred Weade Lee Carnea l Belly Blackwelder George See Dr. Fred Wing

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Now! How d i d t his picture of J ack rocking Shirle y Temple to sleep get here? One big happy family FaSTer Chely! You'll never mee t the deadline typing wiTh TwO t humbs. You've gol to make a fina l choice J ack. It s either on e or t he othe r ; you can't have both 93

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94 Oee F ields E dito r P icture Not Available ART STAFF M i r iam Ramirez Ken neth Sprauve Allan lewis Bett i e B l a c k welder Marty Pro vencio Charle s Carrasco M o rri s Brath waite Mercedes Ng Tere s a M cGann Romelia G o n z a l e s Adele (hue Ass't Editor Tropical Thi s organization provides students with an outlet for expres sion and allows those interested some practical experienc e in magazine production. The Trop i cal Collegian is published quarterly by th e Canal Zone College students. I t i s distributed free of charge to members of th e Canal Zone College Student Association T C. t y pi S Ts' mollo: "consist e n cy in typi ng"

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Collegian Editor Ass Editor Production fd. Art Editor S,:.onsO( Dee Fields Adele Chue Robbin lacey Armida Nagi John Marshall PROD UCTION STAFF Doris Cheung Pauline Pyer Mercedes Ng Pearlene Jemmott Francis Rose Ma y ra Cordoba Ann Stahl Danita lanoale EDITORIAL STAFF Managing Editor As I See It Fiction E ditor Poetry Editor Music Editor Men's Spo rts Robbin lacey Production Edito r Charles Ward Horace Lewis Joe Suarez J ane H etland Morris Maduro Jose Shepherd Arminda Nagi Art Edi t or 95

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( "This is Heclorman' the talesl specimen of Human being since iluslra lopithecus" 96 Biological Soci The aims and purposes of the Biological Medical Society are to see that the interested students are able to learn more about biology in all its aspects from medicine to research through the organized cooperation of prom inenf biologists of the community. The Society OFFICERS Kathryn Myers Hector Myers Ernestina Howell President Vice-President Secretary Dr. Ricardo Young, Chief of Chest Service at Gorgas Ho spi tal

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\1edical ety is open 10 all s f udents in the biology classes and also those outside the department w ho are interested in the field. D uring the year we have speake r s from the communities of both the Canal Zone and the Republic of P anama, plus various other prog rams. Rarest human specimens 10 be found .11 C. Z. C. An extract of the so-called members of the "Biologica l Medical Society". 97

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Delta Psi Omega This organization promotes, encourages, and sponsors the development of the thealer arts in order to provide an outlet for both actors and audiences wherein the beauty of drama may be experienced. If also helps & trains all interested persons to become active contributors to the theater. It s members are Rud y Burda, Margaret Carpenter, Adele Chue Robert Daniel Frank F ields, linda Fussel De nnis Jo s ephs Dave Larr ison, Emma Reynolds, Daniel Stewart, Clarita Thayer, Robert T hompson Ed Wertz, J oe LaVYoler, lee Carneal Dee Fields, Pefer Gannon, Carol Getman, Bill Gonzales, Pamela Grodin, Jerr y H all, Barbara lewt er, N orman lewter, John Rizzo, Charles. Sanders, and Bill. W h i te Sponso r : Mr. David Lommen. OFFICERS (left to right) Frank Field s Adele Chue L in da F ussel E mma Reyn olds 98 Pre siden t Vic e Pres. Secretary Treasurer Picture Not Available

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L' Esprit Francais T his organization introduces the Canal Zone students to French life and thought. Its members are: H eidi Wilson, Rochelle Egudin, Malena de Mater, Margarita Davis Adele (hue, Diana Marie Chin, Maria E Ferru fina Olalia Machado, J osephina Bolanos, Merecedes Ng and Vanessa Espino. Sponsors: Mr. Carney &Mr. Moller. Officers (left to right): Nevine Fawzy, President-Luigi Mantovani, Vice-President Clarita Thayer, Secretary D anny Aleman & Adele (hue, Secretaries of Foreign Affairs 99

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100 Pan American Society The purpose of the P an American Sociefy is to promote better relationships among people of different nationalities at CZe. It s members are: Gloria Ma. Arango, Carles Kerima, D oris Chung, E lida CoreD, Raul Diaz, Roberto Dominguez, Marta Esker., Walter l opez, Etna Pezet Amy Puelle, Rey Quintero, Jose A. Riba, Eileen Schmid t Jorge See, Ma. Ester T ypaldos, Cecilia Zerbinati, lupe De leaza, & Mayra lavergne. OFFICERS (left to Right ) Picture Not Availa ble Picture Not Available Juan Alvarado Roberto Alfaro D elia F a brega Jorge See Missing: R. Alfaro D Fabrega I President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasu rer

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nColiegians' Sound of Music" OFFICERS (left to right) Morris Maduro J oseph Downer Sheila Osborne Gilbert o Hinds Mary Cooper The Music Club furthers individual inferests in music, shares ideas regarding types of music, and develops and strengthens cultural bonds of music. President Vice Pres. Secretary Treasurer S.A. Rep. 101

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102 Did yOu jus l make a grand slam? You all look very happy. / ........ -.. Bridge Club T he Bridge Club of CZC teaches its members the skills of bridge and the y enjoy idle moments playing thi s game. Its members are: (Con't. on Page lOB) Che ss Club T he Chess Clu.b of the Canal Zone College is an organization whose purpose is to t each its members the skill s of the game. Members of this club are: F ran k D oo nan Bill Rennin Kathy Myers, Ricardo B annick, Anthony W hite T heodore H e ... J oe Sebi k Ewald Wiberg, Frankie Haga rd. Officers a re Jim Brown (Pres.) and Eward Wibe rg (Vice P.)

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Lettermans' Club The lettermans' Club is a socia l organization for students active in extra-curricular sports activities. Its members are: L. Sauer (President), David Gaul (Vice-President), William Nordstrom (Secretary), George Kandrin (Treasurer), V. Alers, R. Anderson, W. Ashton" M. Baranick, J Bibbo, R Barne s, C. Brandenburg, P Brooks, T. Corrigan, G. DePiper, T Gangle, S. Gerardi, W. Heskew, J Hi cks, J Hunt, T Hunt J. Janssen, G. Kandrin L. lewis, M. McClure, J Moore, A. Ramirez 103

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104 J ose and the "beard." JACK DUBROFF (Pres. ) The Pilots The Pilots is an organiza ti on which cooperates with all college organizations and act i vities. Among the various activities they perform are th ose o f selling tickets and refresh ments. They also serve as ushers at functions and as guides for col lege visitors. J ack Dubroff is thei r president and Mr. loring White their sponso r. Other members are: Daniel Aleman, Victor Alers, Ju an Alvarado, Art Argerenon, Chery Avil es, Mike Baranick l ucy Benite z, Jose Bibbo, Jean Boswell, Eduardo Brown,-Suzanna Brown, Jan Burkman, Andrea Byrd Richard Casey, Alfred Chase, Steve Clark, Bill Coy, linda Daniel, Barbara Denny, Peter D enton, Hayde D iez, Jack Dubroff, Federi co Ellington, D elia Fabrega, Mart h a F airclou9, Fawzy N ., Ica Fernandez, Maria Ferrufino, Harry Fos ter, Warren Galiffa, David Gaul, Anne Gilley, Judy Goe, Roland Gohmert, Martha Golden, William Gonza l ez, Buz Greene, Pamela Grodin, J ames Guibert, Diane Haky, Anayansi Herrera, Sheryl H ester, Jame s Hicks, Gilberto H i n ds, H uertas, Edna Jackson, Suzanne Kernan Les lie Kline. (this lis t is continued on page 108).

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Debate club Debate Club promotes an interest in forensic activities at Canal Zone College and on the Isthmus Its members are John Vaucher, Ewald Wiberg (president), Howard Jones (vice-president), Honey Bailey, lynda Doneley Geret DePiper Horace lewis ( T reasurer), and Theodore Daniels Sponsor: Mr. Lommen. If Ihis was at elections (of officers), imagine their deb'tles. 105

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106 Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa is the recognized honorary scholastic society whose object is to promote scholarship, to develop c hara cte r, and to cultivate fellowship amon g men and women in the Junior Co l leges of the United States. Members of the Phi Theta Kappa of the Cana l Zone College are, Mario Ayala, Ricardo Banni c k, Adele Chue, Nevine Fawzy, Caro l Getman, Anayansi Herrera, Morris Maduro, He c tor Myers, Cha r les Sanders, Mar i o n Smit h and Teresa Ysern. Mr. Norman B. Altenberg is the society's Sponsor. O FFICERS From left to right: Anayansi H errera (Pres.) Adele Chue (Sec.) Morris Madur a (Vice P.) Teresa Ysern (Treas.)

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Peggy F lynn Cheryl Pet erson Robe rt D aniel Charles Sanders Phi Beta lambda Phi Beta lambda develops qualities o f leadership for b usiness and business education to aid in making an intelligent choice of career, t o engage in businesslike proj ects, to interpret the role of business in America, and to give economi c understanding t o help crea t e school l oyal t y and preserve democratic princip l es. Its members are, R Anderson, C. Aviles, J Bibbo, G. Caseia, N Chappell, D Cheung, May r a Cordoba, R Daniel M Dela Lastra, P De n to n J E s hle ma n V. Humack, P Flynn, C. Goodric k D H aky, S. Hedden, I. Hoina, V. & J. Joyner. Sponsor: Mr. H onea & Mr. Lesser OFFICERS ( Left to r ight) Robert P anzer Pre s ident Virginia H umack Vice-President Shirle y Hedden Corres. Secretary Re c.-Sec. Tre asurer Reporter S. A. Repres. 107

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108 Continued from page 1 04 Candy Koepke Maria laboy Pamela leeser Walter lopez J ackie Lovelady P aul Lyew Gail L ynch Clemente Ma1ca Teresa Mcgann J oy Moore E ugenio M orrice Nancy M ul l i gan Hector Myers Elizabeth Parm l y Etna Pezef Mike Plucker l uther Quinn Rey Quintero Mi r iam Ramirez E mma Reynold s J i m R iley P e dr o Rodr i g uez Robert Rupp R u th R ussel l Eileen Schmid t Thyra Seal ey J orge See Jose S h ep her d l ester Smith Gabri e l Sosa K enneth Sprauv e l ewis Sta bler D anie l Stewart H elen Stew art Philip Stewart Kat h leen S u llivan C l ay T aul Bob Tha t c h e r Ken U n d e r w ood Sue Unrau Rick W i l liam s H eidi Wilson G eo r ge Wo drazka Jorg e Zappi H a rr y A s hbey Beck y Cha ncey In additi o n to the groups pict ure d in the p r ev ious pages, the follo wing ment ioned are als o officia l club s a n d organizations: I THE CANAL ZONE COLLEG E RIFL E AND P ISTOL CLUB The purpose of this club is to g ive the int eres t e d shooter s o f the colle g e a chance t o com pete with the H igh School teams and those o f other col leges in the U.S. Mr. Charles E. Courchaine i s t he sponsor of the club; i t s m ember s a re: Cathy L avallee Bob E nge lky Virginia Austin II THE CAN A L Z ONE C H ORUS M i ke P l u cker Robert Rupp Allred C hase Charles Abernat h y Clay T a ul G eor ge T urne r Harr y D Foster T ony Doonan Designed prim a rily as a me d ium of recreation a n d esthetic express i o n this or ganization a l s o p r ovi des a perform ing acquaintance with a varie t y of types and peri o d s in c h oral l i t erature. Dr. R ober t K en n e d y i s the spons or and it s mem bers are: G loria A rang o H arry As hby E ileen A lleyne Phyllis All ey ne Constancia Barnett Sybil Best Jose Bibbo William Boughner Arndel Blenman Regind Burnie r Marian Carmen Patricia Case Gertrude Chin Adele Chue Antonio Cooper linda Daniel Frank Dks hdroow Federi c Q Elli ngton lind a F ussel J ulie Goe Mar th a Gol d e n P amela Grodi n J erry H a ll R obert H a rrington James Hicks Gilberto H in d s I sabel H orna T heodore Hunt o Marilyn l emaste r H o race lewis William l ivingsto n E ve lia Maynard J oy Moore Medra Mor t o n Myers H ecto r F rank lin Myrie III T H E CANAL ZONE S TAGE B A ND C a r me l a Puizon Sixt o R amirez Luisa R eynolds R u t h R ussel l Bill R e nner T hyra Seale y Jose Shep h e rd D anie l S tewart Carol T hompso n R ebecca Webb Heid i Wilson D elano Steele R obert D aniel Patricia D e Sandis Allan lewi s P a tricia Sol ey E dna Cordova N evi n e F awzy J o Ann Fraley S hei l a Osb orne Frances Rose S h erra Schi c k Mart ha Simp son K athryn S t adter Ma ria T aber t T homas T jeran d s en Nancy Varnum Mary Welc h Betty Womble L ouise Ba,,",y Eduardo B rown Yolan d y Evelyn P eg g y F lynn Heku Manning D en ise O' D onnell Santos Samson Its purpo s e i s the study and performance of mat er i a l s ap propr i a t e to t he gro u p Its s pon s or i s Or. R ob e rt Ken ne d y and its members: Warren Ashton William Boughner Morris Brathwrite Eduardo Brown Continued from page 102 Jim Hicks Ted H un t Greg Michaelis (Treas.) Bill Rennon Mike Baranick Robert Wheeler (Pres.) Mario Calleja Adele C h ue Frances Rose Dennis McNamee Will Nordstrom (Sec.) Robert Bauman Michael lens Joe Buthrie (Vice P .) Mike M c Clung H or tenci a R osemond William Shep h e rd K enneth Sprauve F red Weade K athie l avallee Clay T aul James A. B row n J ohn Arnette D elano Ste e l e D aniel S t ewart Carlos Rami rez Hans Sch mun t z C h uck Aberna th y J o h n G row B uzz Greene Oave Gual

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110 Bookst ore While Jack, Ihe despotic man ager receives special trealmenl from his personal servanl, his slaves, Janice Spencer and Peler Denlon, add new items 10 Iheir masler's collection. Ah! bUI Ihey 100 have momenl$ of relaxalion!

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Library Frank Koenig, Armida N agy, Rene Sargent, Bob Thatcher, Maria l aboy, and Anne Gil l ey, effective studen t aids, cooperate with Mr. Joseph Kane ( l ibrarian) and Mrs. Jolie Pond (Ass't. librarian). by maintaining order and discipline in the library. III

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112 Student Aids They work 10 hours a week during classes an d if they work during the summer they work 39 hours They choose the department they want to work for and they are a wonderful h elp. Withou t them we could not do all the work we do. Pictured above. (rom left to rig h I : s f row: Horace lewis, Frank Koenig, Robert Thatcher, Danie l Steward. 2nd row: Clarita Thayer, Diana H aky, Rufina Rojas, Diana l anole, Irene Monzin, Gerlrudiz Chin, Phyllis Alleyne. Carol Kapino5. 3rd row: Katherine Myers, Sue Un ran, J anus Harrell Adele (hue. Carol Thompson, Armida Nagy. M ISS AURORA FERNANDEZ Student Aid Supervisor

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A Vi sit of the Fermin Nadeau A group o f students from the Fermi n Nadeau came to the College to perform Panamanian typical dances The pic ture above shows the representatives of the Fermin Nadeau at our College.

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Don Juan in Hell The Crucible I think we ought to do something about it!" 117

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118 You would love H awaii! H ave you ever heard them sing? They're greal! When will we be able 1 0 listen to them again? Talent Mayra an d Nevine Fawzy. They can sing in Egyptian. French, Italian, and Japanese Danny Aleman at the organ.

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Show A grovp of dancers at Canal Zone College performing a P anamanian Typical dance. I wasn't joking when I said Ihat Ihe "pol1era" was so beautiful! : I 119

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A Go Go You know something? I love you." Now, where are Ihe girls? NeXT t ime I 'll bring my dale! When are we having the nexl party? 121

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122 Christmas For Pictured below, fro m left t o r ight; John Jans en, Anayans; Herrera Mr. lane, March Adair, J anice Spenser, Archi Carrol D i ane H aky, Getet De Piper L eslie Kline. and Morris Madura.

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mal Dance J anice Spenser lind her escort Archi Carrol. /23

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At the Ch ristmas Formal '7.) r .... ... ".. ''' . ... .". ..... : ,,. ........ 1 ,.' .... ..,.1 Dr. Skinner, what do you 'hink abouT fhis modern d ance? Tabl e no 1 exposed. 124

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--. Come on, cheer up! At the Christmas Dance Three cheers for the 21st Amendment! Did you see those two? 125

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Football Of all the sports practiced at Cle, football is certainly the greatest crowd gatherer. Tbe game not only provides enjoyment for t housands of onlookers, but gives its participants a rare sense of pride in themselves and a comradship that is second to none. The Conquistador staff would like to salute the members of our football team and their coach, who gave us such a fine sports season. 127

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Our men ius l relvrned from Ihe moon C heerlead ers 1966 Dr. Kennedv's agenls 128

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"My contacts! My contacls!" "I'm Gilngle and I don', fool ilround r 130

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" The bailIe o f rhe bulge " J udo practice" 1 3 1

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134 The CZC Track Team was really something to watch this season. Although it didn't place as a team, individuall y there was no beating college. Tony Cooper, Co-Captain of the College T rack Team led the field in individual points, practically m;nopolizing the 440 Yd. dash and the 220 Yd. dash. Of the eight events he entered, he won six, thus being awarded 2 gold shoes for his efforts. Ken Sprauve led the field in the high jump, making the best jump of the season at five feet nine inches. He won three of four events, Grow winning the other. Coupled with this, he also took points in the broad jump, the 440 relay and the 880 yd. dash. Walter Session was awarded a gold shoe for the best time in the 100 Yd. dash. His time was 10.3 seconds. Phil Stewart also received an award for his winning pole vault at 10 feet, 1 inch. Captain Bibbo did a fine job in winning the broad jump. The college relay team also gave an excellent showing. Track The college team surprised everyone in the thira meet by faking six first places out of fourteen events, leaving BHS with four and CHS with the remainder. Special thanks has been extended to Coach Charles McAuthor for his superb job of training the college team.

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"We boughT our cloThes a T lord and Taylors! Co-Captain Tony Cooper is featured here, in t wo fas t -action shots, on his way to win the 220 yard dash with a finish time of 23.3 seconds. This win ning time brought glory to CZC and earned Tony a gold shoe. 135

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Stewart a t the Ninth P aralle l Welcome to the CZC Speedway-Minimum speed-60 MPH. PHOTO FINI SH! "Wha t 11 relief; only 43 miles to go!" 136

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"Who, me?" "You're kidding!" Ken Sprauve hitting the Sound Barrier! "Nuts!" "He slipped on a banana peel." "Well you can t win them all." "Next year I 'll take up bull fighting." Engine #007 arriving on time. 137

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"LITTLE JO H N the Last of the CZC Mohican s 138

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In JERRY lEE -first Baseman MARIO CALLEJA-Second Baseman 140

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ield BOB ENGELK E Third Baseman TOM GANGlE Shorl$!op 141

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Out DICK EBDO N-Ovtf ie lder NORM HAllOu t fielder 142

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eld lUIS lEWISOutf ie lder ROY BRIDGESOulfielder 143

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Pit 51. JERRY lE E P itche r RICHARD HAKANSONPitcher 144

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ling f RICK FLAMM -Catcher STEVE FULTONPil cher 145

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Ebdon rounds first base for a double. Ca l leja leading.off first base. Coach Finkelste i n in his nalural habita t 14b

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A bunl by Bridgeso "II's been a hard day's night!" Gangl e beals one out! 147

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Girl's em ers of Ihe cze VOGI CULT. Two official m b "And now for mv next trick! 148 GIRLS BASKETS right (front fO ALL TEAM Left to Nina Chappell Wilder, Back Row; left to r; linda Sellens Shiela Clarke D I ght. Ruth Russell Daniel. a e Davy and Sports

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Volleyball Pr actic ing for the Australian Olympics. Prayer meeting before The malch "IT' s a bird!" O s a plane'" "It's, i"s Miss lehman!" "A balanced diet will invariably lead to a balanced ball. 149

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"Need help?" I ll throw you a line!" "Gee, that shark was faster Than I thought." The TEMPERANCE meeting thaT slruck oul. FOILED AGAIN BY THE CZC CURVEBAll! 150

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"FORE!" Archery "Now if I hadn', lei go of the bow. besides, the follow up i s not so imporla nt." Ju s t in case we get II leiter from the draft board .. will be ready for duty." 151

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KEN DARl1NGTON LARRY ROBERTSON 152 R08ERT JACKMAN Ten nis CANAL ZONE COLLEGE TENNIS TEAM Coach-DAVID SWEHLA DICK HERN DENNI S JOSEPHS DAN HElE 153

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STUDENT LIFE Canal Zone C o llege students, like stu dents the world over, spend t heir days (and night s) both on and off the campus area and can be found participating in adven t uro us, if not esoteric acti v it ies w hich t e nd to make l ife at CZC somewhat int eresting. it has been th e express purpose o f ou r staff photographers to capture in liv ing pictures, the people and event s that constitute student life

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World Civilization students looking for Moses in the bull rushes. CZC students who protested against a well-known RAZOR BLADE company. As the school populatIon enlarges, even seating space becomes a problem! His voice is just great, but we just can't picture him as Mary Poppins les ter doesn't know it, but the guy 10 his left has .:I tens in his hand. Won't lester be surprised?

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Happy is The artis T liTerally seeing how far Their money will go! Familiarizing a new sTudenT wiTh the "circular file." 156

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Can't say much about his posture, but his study habits are the most! "I've been thinking sTraight for 13 hours and no w I can't remember my name! Annual Fu Fu wall climbing contest-they all lost! So what's new Pussycat? 157

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158 T h" .'s n ice, b u t w h o stole your walch?" "And that ain't all, the plaster dried on my nail!" "You've got the r ight ide" but we suggest that you climb around the roof rather than through it.

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" I wonder who she's talking to?" "The phone has been disconnected for the past 20 minutes "You would laugh too if you saw a protozoa drinking a martini!" e What do you suppose Howard is dreaming about now? "And then Dr. Wing told the one about. 159

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"Wililhe nexl co nt e stant sign in plea se!" "What a h eck of a way to mark books!" "Plug-what plug?" "Take that, lind that, and that you thie!!" I was a teenage r ejec tl 160

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D e a y e d R e a c 9:15, . CRAS H t 11;05 . THUD! i 0 n I predict rain ." "Gee th a I 's a bad case of athle Te's foot that you have. "What r really mean t was athlete's head!" 161

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"Mommy said to c om e after the game!" D ea r I 've iust b ee n draft e d. 162a..;;.o ......... L Student life I do!" Do you?" H ere, r e t me show you my battle scar s

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eze HIGH society members. Gelling up i n The world. On second Thoughf-Airborne all The way! Jack ArmsTrong's undersTudy Barnum and Bailey. 163

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HelP STAMP OUT CRICKETS! "Car 54, Car 54, be o n The lookouT for a flowerpot-lilst at CZC holding up a carll" 164 FU FU FAMilY TREE A hundred Yilrd fie ld and she h as To drop the anchor on my foot!

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Surf Day at Rio Mar WIPE OUT! 165

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168 CURUNDU FLOWER SHOP Free Deliveries to Hospitals and Locations in the Conal Zone WEDDINGS-ANNIVERSARIES FUNERALS Corsages Must be Ordered Two Days in Advance for Dances Large Supply of Local and States' Flowers Just Call Balboa 2793 or Curundu 7292 WE WILL BE READY TO SERVE YOU!

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Compliments of BALBOA DRESSMAKING SHOP Manager: ANA TENORIO 169

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170 Congratulations to the Graduating Class BOB LYNCH, REPRESENTATIVE Taylor Publi shing Company

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ROYAL NETHERLAND STEAMSHIP COMPANY Cristobal 3-1219 Panama 2-2666 Balboa 2-3719 171

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172 Compliments TO THE CLASS of BREAKERS CLUB COCO SOLO, C. Z.

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Thatcher Medal Award Winn e r T he 1965-66 CONQUIS T A D O R takes pride in dedica t ing th i s page t o Mrs. Ursula I. T hompson, 1965 r ecipien t of the T hatc h er Medal. T h i s a w a rd i s g i ven annua ll y t o a graduatin g sophomore studen t w h o has been sel ected for b eing t he mos t ou t standing scho l astica l ly a n d in deportment. /73

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JACK MARTI CHElY fRANK MIKE JUDY LUISA LEE GEORGE LUCY MIRIAM fRED WING "Thi s muSI be the end!" 174 175

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176 Message From the Editor's Desk The clo c k has struck twelve, the candle is growing dim and the school year is coming to an end. We can n ever again relive this college year, but its memories will remain forever captured in our heart s and in the picture world of the 1965 CONQUtSTADOR. Like ever y new yearbook staff, we encountered many difficulties and learned from first-hand experience what the word DEADLINE really stood for. But if our problems seemed great, they were small things compared to the devotion and skil l of our many staff members who worked so hard to make this CONQUI S T ADOR one that we are truly proud of. As Editor.inChief, I fee l t h at it ha s been both a rewarding pleasure and privilege to work with this year's staff and, compared to groups that I have worked with in the past, the high caliber performance of duties of t his year's staff, accomplished with thoroughness, dependability, accuracy and technica l competence has been, in my opinion, second to none. I would like to take this opportunity t o t h a n k all hose who generously gave of t h ei r t i me an d energy in helping to put together t hi s yearbook, both facu lt y and s tudents, and tel l you a l l how much we appreciated your aid, encouragement and advice. To the student body, it is my sincere hope that in future years this CONQUISTADOR will bring back pleasant memories and the spirit of that portion of your life spent at Canal Zone Co llege will again be rekindled in your hearts. In closing, I would like to wish you all, on behalf of the 1965 CONQUI STADOR s taff, a most pleasant summer, and a most happy and enlightening new school year.