Conquistador

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 472468547
lccn - 2009229561
System ID:
UF00095973:00033


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Mr. George A. Rousseau, our teacher, colleague, and friend ..... .. who


left us before the school year was over.


We remember that he enjoyed


work and his students. He


liked philosophy,


jokes, and companionship. His


usual gaity prevented him from burdening others with his problems, and we


believe that we very much


liked having


him around.


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Staff


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U.S.


Schools


Dr. Kenneth E. Lake


COORDINATOR OF CURRICULUM
Mr. James Cook
SUPR. INSTRUCTION, U.S. SEC. SCHOOLS
Dr. James M. Wolf
COORDINATOR, SPECIAL EDUCATION
Mr. A. H. Byrd
ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGET OFFICER
Mrs. Frances F. Sampsell
ASST. SUPT., U.S. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Mr. John S. Pettingill
ASST. TO SUPERINTENDENT


Dr. Charles L. Latimer
DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Mr. F. A. Castles
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Mrs. Theresa Moore
SUPR. INSTRUCTION, U.S. ELEM. SCHOOLS


Mr. J.


Weston Seaquist


SPECIALIST, AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS
Mr. David A. Speir, Jr.
ASST. SUPT., U.S. SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Dr. Lawrence E. Horine
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DR. DONALD W. SKINNER
Dean
Ed. D., New York University



The yearbook staff, responsible for this excellent review of the events and participants
of the year, are to be commended.
A college campus serves a twofold purpose, encompassing the academic realm while
providing extra-curricular experiences for the full development of the individual.
Considerable progress has been made this year towards providing for both of these
purposes. All the resources of the students, faculty, and of various units of the Com-
pany/Government have been utilized. Additional instructors, facilities, equipment, and
services have become available to our students to provide the best environment for the
interaction of inquiring students and the catalyst, interested and competent instructors.
The students are Canal Zone College and have this year substantially reaffirmed their
awareness of a personal responsibility and desire to achieve all they are capable of being.
On behalf of the faculty and staff, I would like to wish the graduating class continued
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Congratulations to the Conquistador staff for presenting the 1966-67 school year of
the Canal Zone College in this interesting and attractive annual.


Many worthwhile accomplishments have


realized at


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this year, especially in our program of student personnel services.


e Canal Zone College
With the appointment


of two full-time Counselors and a Registrar, the college staff has been able to improve
the guidance and counseling assistance to our student body.
The Student Association of the college also made notable progress during the year
with new organizations and events being initiated. Student leadership has been outstand-
ing, and the quality of student participation in the extra-curricular activities of the col-
lege has been praiseworthy. Many have contributed their time, talents, and abilities to
make our program of student government valuable to the administration, faculty, and
students.
We hope that each of you has accomplished a significant gain in your educational
goal by attending the Canal Zone College this year. Our best wishes for continued suc-


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In vocational counseling, occupational information is made
available to the student. The occupational world is a world of
transition. It is in the offices of the counselors that the stu-


dent may find the latest information


that reflects the cur-


rent state of the occupational world.
College is the natural preparation for many vocations. Stu-
dents at the Canal Zone College transfer to colleges and uni-


versities in all


parts of


the United


States.


In spite of


competition that exists today, to transfer into college is not
difficult for the student qualified to do college work. The
greatest problem is not to be accepted by a college, but to
choose among the great number of colleges which are avail-


MARGARET M. GATELY


The opportunity to be one of the first full time counselors
at Canal Zone College has been both a pleasure and a priv-


DAVID BAGLIEN


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previous


acquaintances


of the faces are new


to make


me feel


at home.


Quite often when both a position and a person are new


it is well for others to know what both stand for,


toward


this end I submit my definition of what a counselor does.
The chief responsibility of the counselor is to help students
achieve an understanding of themselves and of their environ-
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JOSEPH P. KANE


GARY PETERSON


I am pleased to announce that this
will be our last year in the present li-
brary quarters. The new library is near-
'ing completion and the present one is
bulging at the seams.
We have been able to provide bet-
ter library service for the student body


as a whole


thanks


to the


increase


We welcome to the College Mr.


T. Peterson,


Librarian and Edu-


national Resource Specialist, and I know
that his presence will be an asset for


continued


library


development.


Daniel Atencio, graduate from St. John's
University, is assisting us by processing
books at a very rapid pace. This service


is greatly appreciated
the principal factor for


crease


as it


has been


a definite in-


in circulation statistics and


semination of knowledge.
I wish to extend my gratitude to the
student body for the support given to
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Department


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Business


Education


The type of business organization which is going
to lead the business community in the period ahead
needs men who are able to cope with and lead an


epoch


of thunderbolt


changes-not


the adaptive,


softly rounded man. Business needs professionals, of


whatever field,


with the competence and versatility


to make still further advances in the technologies on
which our future depends. And the professional, al-
most by definition, knows too much to be patient,
and doubts too much to conform.


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CHAIRMAN


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Speech,


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Drama


The English-Speech--Drama Department is like
a valuable coin with two distinct faces. On the one


side is stamped a portrait of the
worth depends upon his ability to
to draw conclusions, and to express
rectly. The other side represents the
the individual belongs. An individu
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cultural achievements


of the


individual whose
understand ideas,
his thoughts cor-
culture to which
al's full value as
full life depends
measure, his own


world.


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Languages


Foreign


Fine


Arts


Broadly speaking, both the foreign language and
fine arts programs have the common aims of, (1)


expanding awarenesses of


live, (2) enriching the students' personal lives through
improved communication, self-expression, and deep-
ened human insights, and (3) preparing students
for further study and/or transfer to other institutions
of higher learning.
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tempts
language


to accomplish tl
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courses


providingg
designed


up-to-date
to meet


the needs of the community and our diversified stu-


CLINTON C. CARNEY


dent body.


While imparting the four language skills


(understanding, speaking, reading, and writing) an
effort is made to draw upon the bilingual, bicultural
elements in our environment in order to teach the


broader


implications


"culture"


thropological sense.
In addition, the fine arts offerings strive to pro-
vide modern instruction in the essential techniques
of art and music, while at the same time providing


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Sciences,


Of


Math,


Natural


Engineering,


And


technology


Striving for perfection; always seeking to find the unknown, the ques-
tioned; and continually searching for the ultimate; man progresses. In the
Natural Sciences, these goals are paramount in the minds of the students.
From the general courses to the more advanced classes, the search for what


makes us tick,


DEWITT E. MYERS
CHAIRMAN


what our world is built of, and why there


in a "year," push our young scientists toward these goals. Gaining knowl-
edge and techniques that will someday help improve our daily lives becomes
a quest for each.
Learning, as the Natural Sciences teach, the basic functions of gathering
empirical data is enough in itself to make later life a little easier to cope
with and to provide an understanding of just what, where, why, and how
we are existing. To round out a student's storehouse of information about
himself and his universe is our final accomplishment, and one well worth
its weight in gold.


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comprehends the problems of


the present and


arms himself intellectually to meet his future needs. Through education he
learns to teach and to train the next generation to live constructively and
humanely in the world of tomorrow.


CHARLES R. BOWEN


RUSSELL W


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And Education


The social sciences must take an increasingly active part in the modern
world in which the greatest problems are, in the final analysis, human prob-
lems. In history and the behavioral sciences we review the record of Man's
efforts to cope with the world about him, and we attempt to establish a
solid base from which we can anticipate and effectively solve the prob-
lems of the future.
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MICHAEL SMITH


CLARENCE R.


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CLAUDIA LAWTON


PRISCILLA COLLINS


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ROBERT A.


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Dormitory Supervisor


WINIFRED EWING
Resident Head of the Women's


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Life


ENGLISH:


Brown's


"all we do is


term papers, conjugations, themes, summaries .


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"what's a compliment?"


... pop quiz-


consider this"


... The Odyssey


Marshall's class trying to find out what American Lit.
is ... syllogisms and unwarranted distribution ...


known
others.


ourselves by sharing works and thoughts of


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man;


conference the


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DRAMA:
quality ..
centre of


denouement


... imagery enriches aesthetic


"The centre of tragedy is a death; the


comedy


a union of


two lovers."


stock characters


... method actors like Paul New-


man ... discussions of


Aeschyllis,


Moliere,


Ibsen,


and Saroyan


and amber gels ...
have to paint over


ments.


"Where is Pago Pago?"


... likos


the black wall that someone will
... ast minute costume adjust-


"Do you have any black knee socks ?"


final touches of
lights are down


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ART: "w
drawings


vith this charcoal"


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model .. classic poses ...


"a regular Matisse pose"


... conte crayon on newsprint ... specific emphasis


placed on the study of the humair.body


toric art in Europe


rich lif
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and delight


... prehis-


"Renaissance art was to en-
man ... impressionism and


... manual creativity and individual expres-


sion.






Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.--
Christian


MUSIC:


major,


minor,


augmented,


or diminished


chords


... rhythm recognition


last sharp


cision
sions


"And the Glory,
se miserably earl


... oom-pah


out of my clarinet?"
fect musical talent.


... note above the
" Handel, and pre-


8:30 choral


ses-


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BUSINESS:


typewriters


shorthand


learning to operate business machines


too long


... lingering


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ute with an ability


of 60 words


per minute


practical skills for jobs in business and industry.


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b work


... claim map


... Brownian


"I've never broken a slide in my life."


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Avagadro's


number


... phenolphthalein


worms .. .
indicators


... incomprehensible theories


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MATH: negative numbers .. .inqates. .. square


... impossible calcu-


roots
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... theorems and corollaries


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... polynomial


... solving unreal and irrational numbers


... technical knowledge for building the future.















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learning


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of all the Napoleonic


wars


... presidents


understanding


... nations


the philosophies


... the causes


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CHARLES C. ABERNATHY
(Chuck)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Rifle Club 1, 2; Bridge Club 1, 2; Buc-
caneers 1, 2; Pan-American Society 1; Con-
quistador Staff 2; Bowling 2, Captain 2.


MARILYN MARCH ADAIR
(March)
Laurens, South Carolina


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Aquadettes
Club 2.


Cheerleader


EILEEN J. ALLEYNE
Ancon, Canal Zone


Buccaneers


1; Sophomore


1, 2; Freshman Class


Class


Treasurer


Vice-President


Council 2; L'Esprit Francaise


nations Secretary; Pilots


2, Foreign Re-


Student Assistant


2; Delta Psi Omega 2; Conquistador Staff.

JOHN E. ANDRE
Eau Claire, Wisconsin


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OFELIA ARAYA
San Jose, Costa Rica

Phi Beta Lambda 2.
DIANA R. ATHERLEY
(Dee)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Biological Society 1, 2; Pilots


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ARACELIS AVILES
(Chely)
Panama City, Panama


Conquistador Staff 1, 2;
1, 2; Phi Beta Lambda


Phi Theta Kappa
1, 2, President.


LUZ NEIDA BENITEZ
(Lucy)
Cayey, Puerto Rico
SA Treasurer 1; CZC Newman Community
1, 2, Secretary; Pan-American Club 1; Con-
quistador 1; Sophomore Class Secretary 2;
Student Assistant 1, 2.


SYBIL Y


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Silver City, Canal Zone


Biological


Society


Pilots


Buccaneers.


MARTI BIRTEL
Honesdale, Pennsylvania













MYRNA J. BLADES
Ancon, Canal Zone
Biological Society 1, 2.


ARNDEL


A. BLENMAN


(Andy)
Panama City, Panama


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JOSEFINA R. BOLANOS
(Fina)
Chepigana, Darien, Panama


L'Esprit Francaise 1; Rifle Club
Community 2; Buccaneers 2.


Newman


WILLIAM RAYMOND BOUGHNER


(Bill)


Wheeling,


West Virginia


Buccaneers 1, 2; Dixieland Band 1,


HIFALIA BRID
(Fallita)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


L'Esprit Francaise 1,
ty 2; Conquistador 2.


Newman Communi-


EDUARDO N. BROWN
Ancon, Canal Zone
Conquistador Staff 1; Pilots 2; Buccaneers
1; Biological Society 1, 2; Music Club 1, 2.


FREDERICK BURTON JR.
Cleveland, Ohio
KERIMA CARLES
(Kery)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Pan-American Society 1; Phi Beta Lambda


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MICHAEL ANTHONY CARLSON
(Ralph)
Brooklyn, New York
Conquistador Staff 1; Dormitory Club 1, 2.
LEE CARNEAL
Cherry Point, North Carolina
Conquistador 1; Pilots 1, 2; Delta Psi Ome-
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ga 1, 2;


"The Crucible .


CARLOS CARRASCO
("Handsome")
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Delta Psi Omega 1, 2; Tropical Collegian
1, 2; Pilots 1; Newman Community 1, 2.


LINDA PASSES
Honolulu, Hawaii












REBECCA SUE CHANCE


(Becky)


Huntington,


West Virginia


Pilots 1, 2; Buccaneers 1,


legian


2; Tropical Col-
2.


Student Assistant


PHYLLIS CHASE
(Phyl)
Ancon, Canal Zone







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DIANA MARIE CHEN
(Diana)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Phi Theta Kappa 1,
2; L'Esprit Francaise


Phi Beta Lambda
"The Rubaiyat."


GERTRUDE E. CHIN
(Trudy)
Colon, Rep. of Panama


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Buccaneers 1, 2; Newman Community 1
Pilots 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2-Treasurer
Student Assistant 1.


CHARLES S. CLARK JR.
(Sammy)
Panama, Rep. of Panama

Newman Community 2; Rifle Club 2.

DIANA COBB
Ancon, Canal Zone

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MAYRA ENID CORDOBA
(Mayra)
Panama, Rep. of Panama

Tropical Collegian 1; Phi Beta Lambda 2-
Reporter; Conquistador Staff 2; Buccaneers
2.

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(Ron)
The Hague, Holland


Newman


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Buccane


Community


1, 2; Biological


2; Pan-American Society 2.
LINDA D. DANIEL
(Lyn)
Ancon, Canal Zone


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Delta


Beta Lambda 2; Pilots
"Bells are Ringing."


Psi Omega 2; Phi
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YOLANDA B. DeLEON
(Betty)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Pan-American


Society


1; Biological Society


ELBA DIAZ
(Elbita)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Phi Beta Lambda 2; Conquistador Staff
Secretary; Buccaneers 2.


NORBERT DIONNE
Providence, Rhode Island


Tropical
Football


Collegian
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Editor;


BRUCE DOUGLAS
Ancon, Canal Zone


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Ocala, Florida
CAROL LYNNE ESHLEMAN
(Lynne)
Wilmington, Delaware
Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2.










DELIA FABREGA W.
(Tini)
New York City, New York


Pan-American


Society


1, 2;


Pilots


1, 2;


Newman Community 2.
MARTHA L. FAIRCLOUGH
(Marts)
Ancon, Canal Zone
Pilots 1, 2; Buccaneers 1; Newman Com-
munity 2; Biological Society 2.


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CARMELO ABEL FALCO A.
Panama City, Panama
Newman Community 2; Rifle Club 1; Pan-
American Society 2.
JORGE L. FERRER
Santurce, Puerto Rico


Biological


Society


1, 2; Dormitory


Coun-


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(Ginger)
Greenport, Long Island
Newman Community-Corresponding Secre-
tary 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, Vice-president
2; Phi Beta Lambda Vice-president 1; Pilots
2: Student Assistant.


AMELIA A. GARCIA
Margarita, Canal Zone


MARY


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Margarita, Canal Zone


Newman Cc
Cheerleader
quistador Sta
dent 2; Aq
Softball 1, 2.


immunity 1, Vice-president 2;
1, Captain 2; Pilots 2; Con-


2; Sophomore Class


uadettes


2; Basketball,


Presi-
Track,


ALONSO GONZALEZ
David, Chiriqui


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Isabel, Puerto Rico


Student Assistant
Vice-president 2.


Dormitory


Council


LEONORA GORDON
(Lee)
Panama City, Panama


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LIGIA GRIMALDO
New Orleans, Louisiana


Pan-American


Society


1, 2, Secretary;


logical Society 1, 2; Pilots 2.


PAMELA A. GRODIN
(Pam)
Nashua, New Hampshire


Pilots 1; Delta Psi Omega 1; Tropical Col-
legian 1; Buccaneers 1; Conquistador 2, As-
sistant Editor.


RICHARD


HAKANSON


(Hak)
Brooklyn, New York


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murals 2; Dormitory Council President.


Pilots 1,


Intra-


DIANA M. HAKY
(Irma)
Margarita, Canal Zone
2; Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2.


JERRY L. HALL
(J. Leslie)


Montpelier,


Vermont


Delta


Psi Omega


Buccaneers


"The Crucible"; "I
Imaginary Invalid".


ellss are Ringing"; "The


NORMAN HALL


(Norm)


Fort Belvoir,


Virginia


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(Stevie)


Longview,


Washington


SA Council 1, 2-Vice-president; Biologi-
cal Society 1, 2; Pilots 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa
1, 2-President; Lettermen's Club 1, 2; New-
man Community 1, 2-President; Freshman
Class Vice-president.


CAMILLE HENDRICKS
(Cammy)
New Bern, North Carolina


s 1, 2;
ity; SA


Cheerleader


Newman Com-


Secretary


GILBERTO HINDS
(Tony)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Buccaneers 1; Biologi
1, 2; Music Club 1,
Francaise 1; Band 1,
1; ':The Rubaiyat".


cal Society 1, 2; Pilots
2 Treasurer; L'Esprit
2; "Bells are Ringing"


JOHN HOLLEN
(Brother John)
Montgomery, Alabama
"The Imaginary Invalid".


Buccaneers


ISABEL HORNA
(Chavelin)
Boquete, Chiriqui
I: Phi Beta Lambda


1


Club 1; L'Esprit Francaise 2, Assistant
retary; Conquistador Staff 2.
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Oakland, California
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(Fu Fu)
Detroit, Michigan
Lettermen's Club 1, 2; Chess Club 1; Bridge
Club 1; Pilots 1, 2; Football 2; Buccaneers.
VICKI HUTCHINSON
Panama City, Panama


Phi Beta Lambda 1; Rifle Club


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ROBERT G. JACKMAN
(Cousey)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Biological Society 1; Tennis 1; Pilots 2.

EDNA L. JACKSON
Ancon, Canal Zone
Pilots 1; Buccaneers 1; L'Esprit Francaise 1.


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(Dan)
North Platte, Nebraska


Biological Society


2; Newman Community 2.


JEANETTE JONES
Panama City, Panama
Student Assistant 2.


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(Den)
Colon, Rep. of Panama


Delta Psi Omega 1, 2; Buccaneers 1,


president;
Tennis; "St:
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L'Esprit


Francaise


reets of New York"


President;
"The Bells


MARY E.
Flushing.


KIENZLE
New York


Newman Community 1; Speakeasy 1;
Psi Omega 2; Rifle & Pistol Club 2;
cal Collegian 2.


Delta
Tropi-


NELLY KIRMER
Panama City, Panama


Pan-American Society


Pilots


2; L'Esprit


Francaise 2; Student Assistant 2.


LESLIE LASHER
Hollywood, California











VICKI LAWRENCE
(Vic)
Paris, Texas


Delta Psi Omega 1,
"The Crucible"; "B
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Student Assistant


ells are Ringing";


"The


JACQUELYN LOVELADY
(Jackie)


Munich, Germany


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(Pol)
Colon, Rep. of Panama


Pilots 1, 2; Forensic Society 2; Conquista-
dor Staff 2; Rifle and Pistol Club 2; New-


man Community


2; L'Esprit


Francaise


Bridge Club


Chess Club 2.


BARBARA A. MARONEY
Elizabeth, New Jersey


Managing Editor Conquistador
Kappa 2; SA Council 2.


Phi Theta


JEFF MARSH
(Jeff)
Frankfurt, Germany
Delta Psi Omega 1, 2; Freshman Class Presi-


dent 1; Pilots 1,
are Ringing" 1;


2; SA
"The


President
Imaginary


2; "Bells
Invalid".


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Ancon, Canal Zone












EVELIA MAYNARD
(Celina)
Pedro Miguel, Canal Zone
ALICIA McMURRAY
(Ally)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Music Club


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Morgan City, Louisiana
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Panama City, Panama


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(Tito)
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2, Secretary; Pan-Ameri-
can Society 2; Pilots 2; Newman Community
2.


ARTHUR MYKE
(Buddy)
Colon, Rep. of Panama


Pilots


Phi Beta Lambda 2.


BARBARA PARADA
Nogales, Arizona
MARIA ESTER PAREDES
(Maria)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Pan-American Society 1,
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Phi Beta Lambda











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Colon, Rep. of Panama
RAFAEL PEARSON
Colon, Rep. of Panama


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1, 2, President;


Newman Community 2.


Rifle Club


ROBERTO A. PEART
(Bob)
Cristobal, Canal Zone


Biological


Society


Pilots


2; L'Esprit


Francaise 2; Conquistador Staff 2.
MARGARET R. PETER
(Margie)
Colon, Rep. of Panama


Biological
Francaise


Pilots


Society 1, 2, Secretary
2, Secretary of Foreign


L'Esprit
Affairs;


2; Conquistador Staff 2; Buccaneers.


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Cochabamba, Bolivia


Pan-American Society
Chess Club 2.


1, 2, Vice-president;


CAROLYN J. PRICE
(Kininy)
Margarita, Canal Zone


Tronical Collegian 2: Pilots 2: Student As-


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Phi Theta Kappa 1,
bate Club 2.


ANTHONY PRINCE
(Wizard)
Akron, Ohio


2; Chess


MARTHA PROVENCIO
(Marty)
El Paso, Texas
Tropical Collegian 1, 2, Art Editor.


ANGELA


CRISTINA


QUIROS


(Cris)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Biological


Society


1, 2; Dormitory Council


President.


EMMA REYNOLDS


(Emma)


Ancon, Canal


Zone


Bridge Club 1, 2, 3; Delta Psi Omega 1,
2, 3; Newman Community 1, 2, 3; Pilots


LUISA J. REYNOLDS
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Buccaneers 1,
Francaise 2:


2; Conquistador 1, 2; L'Esprit
Pilots 2; Pan-American Society


Music Club 2.


PEDRO PABLO RODRIGUEZ
(P. P.)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


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(Nancy)
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico


Basketball


Pan-American


2; Newman
Society 2.


Community


FRANCES ROSE
Ancon, Canal Zone
Tropical Collegian 1; Delta Psi Omega 1,
2, SA Representative; Buccaneers 1, 2; "Bells
are Ringing"; Community Orchestra.


RUTH RUSSELL
(Ruthie)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


L'Esprit Francaise 2, Vice-president;
2; Biological Society; Buccaneers 1, 2.


Pilots


MARITZA SALAS H.
Colon, Rep. of Panama


Biological
city 2.


Society


Pan-American


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LEO E. SAUER
Portland, Oregon
Lettermen's Club 2, President; "Imaginary
Invalid"; Football 1; Track 1; Bowling.

CAROL SCHAFER
Ancon, Canal Zone
Phi Beta Lambda 1; Rifle Club 2.














THYRA F. SEALEY
Ancon, Canal Zone


Buccaneers 1; Pilots 1, 2; Phi Beta Lambda


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Panama, Rep. of Panama


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Ancon, Canal Zone


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Ancon, Canal Zone


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"Streets of New York".


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Boca Raton, Florida


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Ancon, Canal Zone


Biological Society 1
1; Conquistador 2.


Pilots


Buccaneers


PATRICIA ANN SLATON
(Pat)
San Antonio, Texas


INEZ C. SMITH
(Inez)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Biological Society 1


PATRICIA MARIA SOLEY
(Pat)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Buccaneers 1,


Pilots


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Birmingham, Alabama
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Sacramento, California


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Fort Worth, Texas


CAROL M.


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Colon, Rep. of Panama
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Pilots 2.


1, 2; Student Assistant 1,


WILMA WALTON
Durbin, West Virginia


CHARLES L.


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(Charlie)
Chicago, Illinois


Debate Club 1; Tropical Collegian Manag-
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Fort Benning, Georgia
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(Jan)
Rock Hill, South Carolina


Phi Beta Lambda


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Colon, Rep. of Panama


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(Ric)
Washington, D. C.
Biological Society 1; Phi Theta Kappa 1,
SA Representative.


FRANCES E.


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Cameron, Missouri
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Fort Sheridan, Illinois


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Ancon, Canal Zone






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Gaillard Cut H o u se in the Interi o r Dari e n Indians

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Shri mp boats a t wat erfront Ship a t G a mbo a P a n a m a p a n o r a m a

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El Pan ama Hilton Balboa Basin

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Ship in Miraflore s L ocks Sant a Clara Beac h

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Fort S a n L o renzo Bullfight in Panama Admini st r atio n Buildin g B a l b oa H e i ghts

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San B I as wo man and chi ld Indian fis h ing boat Sailing ship in Micafl o res L ocks

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Contents Administr a tion and Faculty ....... .. .. ................. 15 Classes .... ...... ... .................... 47 Class Favorites ......................... 95 Organizations and Activities ......................... 103 Athletic s .... ............................ 131 Potpourri ... ................... .... ... 159 10 II

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12 Mr. Geor ge A. R oussea u o ur teacher colleague, a nd fr i end. w h o l eft us before the sch oo l year was over. We remember that he enjoyed his wo rk and his s tudents He lik e d philosophy, j okes and co mp anions hip Hi s u s ual ga it y prevented him fr om burd e nin g ot her s wit h his problems a nd we believe t h at we very mu c h liked having him aroun d To be s ure life goes o n a nd no one i s inde s p e nsable, but Geor g e Rou sseau's presence was a wort h w hil e element in our ed u cationa l commun ity. Eno u g h thi s to de serve a dedicati o n

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16 Mr. Frank A. Castles SUPERINfENDENT OF U.S. SCHOOLS

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Staff Of The Superintendent of U.S. Schools Dr. Kenneth E. Lak e COORDINATOR OF CURRICULUM Mr James Cook SUPR. I NSTRUCT IO N, U.S. SEC. SCHOOLS Dr. Jame s M. Wolf COORDINATOR SPECIAL EDUCATION Mr A. H Byrd ADM I N I STRATIVE AND BUDGET OFFICER Mrs. Frances F Sampsell ASST. SUPT., U.S. ELEMENT ARY SCHOOLS Mr. J o hn S. Pett ingill ASST. T O SUPER INTENDENT Dr. C harles 1. Latimer DEPUTY SUPER INTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Mr. F. A. Cast les SUPER INTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Mrs. The resa M oo r e SUP R INSTRU CT ION, U.S. ELEM SCHOOLS Mr. J West o n Seaquist SPECIALIST, AUDIO VISUA L AIDS M r David A. Speir, Jr. ASST. SUPT, U.S. SECONDARY SCHOOL S Dr. L awrence E H orine SUPR., P.E. AND A THLETI C U.S. SCHO OLS 17

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18 DR. DONALD W. S KINNER D ean Ed. D., New Y ork University The yearbook staff, responsib l e for this excellen t review of the events and pa r t i cipants of the year, are to be commended. A co ll ege campus serves a twofo l d purpose encompass in g t h e academic r e alm while providing extra-curricular experiences (or t h e full development of th e individual. C onside r able progress has been made this ye:tf towards providing for both of these purposes. All the resources of the stu d ents, faculty and of various units of t h e Company/Government h ave been uti l ized. Additiona l facilities, equ ipment and se r v ices h ave b ecome avai labl e to our st ud ents to provide t h e best e nvironm ent f o r the in te r action o f inqui r ing students an d the cata l yst, interested a nd competen t instructors. The students are Cana l Zone College and h ave this year substant i ally reaffirmed t heir awareness of a personal r esponsibility and desir e to achieve all they a r e capab l e of being. On beh alf of t h e facu lty and staff, I would lik e to wish the graduating class conti nu ed success.

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DR. GLEN E. MURPHY Assistant Dean Ed. D Teachers College Columbia University Congratulations to t h e Con'luistador staff for presenting t he 1966-67 sch oo l year of the Cana l Zone College in this interesting and attractive annual. Many worthwhile accomplis hm ents h ave been real ized at the Cana l Zone College this } ear especially in our program of student personnel serv ices. \X7ith the appointment of two full-time Counselors and a Registrar. the college staff has been ab l e to improve the guidance and counseling assistance to our student body_ The Student Association of t h e college a l so made notable progress during the year with new organizations and events being initiated. Student leadership h as been outstanding, and the quality of student participation in the extra-cu rricular activities of the col le ge has been praiseworthy. Many h ave contributed t heir time, talents, and abilities to make our program of student government valuab le to the administration, faculty, an d stu dents. \Y/e h ope that each of you has accomplish ed a significant gain in your educational goa l by attending the Cana l Zone College this year. Our best w i shes for continue d success go with each of you who will be leaving ou r campus at the end of this academic year. 19

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MARGARET M GATELY The opportunity to be one of t h e fir st full time counse l ors at CanaJ Zone College h as been bot h a p l easure and a pr ivi l ege for me. Thoug h a g r eat m a n y o f the faces a r e n ew t h e r e a r e eno u g h p r evious acquainta n ces to make me feel at h ome. Quit e often when bot h a position a nd a person a re new it i s well for ot h ers to kn ow w h at bot h stand f o r toward this end I submit my definition of what a counselo r d oes. The c hief r esponsi bili ty of th e co unselor is to hel p st ud e nt s ach ieve a n unde r s t a ndin g of t h emse lves a nd of t h e ir e n viron m e nt. Onl y w h en the st ud en t has a desire to kn ow and t o fo r mu l ate a decision can t h e counselo r assist with meaning ful information a nd emph atic l isten in g. I n vocationa l c o unseling occupational information is mad e avai l ab l e to the student. The occupat i ona l world i s a world of t r a n sitio n It is in t h e offi ces of t h e counse l o r s that the stu d ent may find t h e l atest info rm ation t h at r eflects t h e CUf rent stat e of t h e occupationa l \vorld. College is t h e natural prepa r ation for many vocations. Stu d ents at the Cana l Zone Colle g e trans f er to colleges and uni versities in all parts of the Unite d States. I"n spite of t h e competition t h at exi sts tod ay, to t r ansfe r into college is not difficult (o r the student qualified to do college work. The greatest probl e m is not to be accept e d by a college but to c h oose among t h e great number of colleges whic h a r e avai l ,ble. DAVID BAGLIEN 21

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22 JOSEPH P. KANE I am pleased to an n ou nce that t hi s w ill b e our l ast year in the present li brary quarters. The new l ib r ary is near in g comp l etion and t h e present one i s buJging at t h e seams. We have been ab l e to p r ovide better libr a r y serv ice for the stude nt body as a who l e t hank s to the in crease in staff. We welcome to the College Mr. Gary T. P ete r son, Libr a rian and Edu cationa l Resource Specia l ist, and I know that his presence will be an asset fo r conti nu ed library development. Mr. D aniel Atencio, g raduat e from St. J o hn 's University, i s assi sti n g us by processing books at a very r ap id pace. Thi s service is great l y appreciate d as it has been the principa l factor for a definite increase in circulation stat i stics an d dissemination of knowledge. I wish to extend my g r atitude to the student body for the suppo rt given to the library and we hope that the future will bring about an era of grandeur. L 1 b r a r 1 GARY PE TERSON a n s

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24 SHEPARD S. CLAR K CHAIRMAN LOVESTINE EVERTON ARTHUR A. HONEA Department Of Business Education The type o f bu siness organization w hich i s going t o l ead the business co mmunity in the pe riod ahead needs men who are ab l e t o cope with and l ead an epoc h of thunde r bo lt c hanges--not the ad a ptive so ftly rounded man. Busin ess needs professionals, of what eve r field w ith t h e co mpetence a nd versati lity to make still further a d va n ces in t h e t e dlOolo g i es on which our future depends. And t h e profess i o n a l a l m ost by definition kn ows too much to be patient a nd d o ubts too much to confo rm.

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-MARGARET WHITMAN JOHN MARSHALL 26 Department Of English Speech And Drama Th e English-Speech-Drama D epartment is l ike a va l uable coi n with two distinct faces On the o n e side is stamped a portr ait of the ind i v i dua l whose worth depends upon hi s abi lit y t o understand id eas, to draw conclu sions, and to express hi s t h oug h ts cor rectly. The oth er side represents the cu lt ure to which the individua l belongs. An ind i v i dua l' s full valu e as an intelligent hum an being l ea din g a full l i f e d epen d s upon his having made, to some measure, hi s own great cul tural ach ievements of t h e world.

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CLINTON C. CARNEY 28 Department of Foreign Languages And Fine Arts Broad l y spea k ing, bot h t h e foreign l anguage an d fine arts programs h ave the co mmon aims of, (1) expan din g awa r e n esses of the worl d in w h ich we l ive, (2) enriching t he stude nt s persona l lives throug h imp roved communication, se lf -exp r ession, a nd d eep ened human insights, and (3) preparing stude nt s for furth er study a nd / o r t r a nsfer to ot h e r institutions of hi g h e r learning. M o r e specifically t h e foreign l anguage program at tempts to accomp lish this by providing up-ta-date l anguage an d lite r a tur e cou r ses desi g ned to meet t h e needs of t h e community a nd our diversified s tudent body. While imparting t h e four l a n guage s ki ll s (under standing, speaking, readin g, an d writing) a n effort is m a d e to d r aw up o n t h e bilingual bicu l tu r a l elements in our e n v ir onment in order to teach the bro ader implications of "culture" in i ts socioan t h ropo l ogica l sense. I n add it i on, t h e fine arts offeri n gs st r ive t o pro vide modern instruetion in th e essential t e chniqu es of a r t an d music, while at the same time providing t h e stu d ents with esthetic and performance expe r i ences. DONALD R. W ILCOX

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30 DEWITI E. MYERS CHAIRMAN Department Of Natural Sciences Math, Engineering And Technology Striving (or perfection; a l ways seeking to find the unknown, the ques tioned; and continua lly searching for the ultimate; man progresses. In the Natural Sciences these goals are paramoul)t in t h e minds of the students. From t h e genera l courses to the more advanced classes, the search for what makes us tick, what our wo rld is bui l t of, and why t h e r e are 365 days" in a "yea r," push our young scientists toward t h ese goals. Gaining know l edge and techniques t h at will someday help improve our dail y lives becomes a qu est for each. Learning, as t h e Natural Sciences teach the basic functions of gathering empirica l data is enoug h in i tself to make l ater lif e a l ittle easie r to cope wit h and to provide an understanding of just what w h ere, why a nd h ow we are existing. T o round out a student's store h ouse of information abo ut him self and his universe is our fina l accomplishment, and one well worth its weig h t in go l d. C H ARLES COURC HAINE

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CHARLES R BOWEN 34 Department of Social Science And Education The soc i a l sci e n ces mu s t t a k e a n in c r eas in g l y acti ve pa r t in th e modern w o rld in which th e g reat est prob l e m s a re, in t h e f i n a l a n a lysis, human probl e m s In h isto r y a nd th e beh avio r a l scie nces we r evie w th e r e c o rd of M a n's e ff o rts t o c o pe w i t h th e world a b out him a nd we a tte m pt to est a bli s h a so lid b ase from w hich w e can a n t i cipate a nd effec t ivel y so l v e th e probl e m s of t h e futur e Edu cat i o n i s t h a t a lli m po rt a n t mean s o f co mmunicatio n thr o u g h which Man learn s of hi s pas t compre h e nd s t h e pro b l e ms o f t h e pr es e nt '!lod ar m s himself int ellec tu ally to m eet h i s f uture nee d s Thro u g h e d uca ti o n he learn s to teach and t o t rain the n e x t gen e r a t io n t o l i ve co n s tructi v ely and h umane l y in th e wo rld o f to m orro w. RUSSELL W. ANNIS WALTER MIKULICH

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38 ROBERT A K OWALS KI D ormitory Supervisor u Dormi tories W I N IFRED EW ING Resident Head of t h e Women's Dormitory '-

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42 Academic Life ENGLISH: J ohl/ Browl/', B od)' "all we do i s term papers conjugations, themes, summar ies w h well "what's a compliment?" pop quiz es "consider this" The Od)'1Se)' 7:30 Marshall's class trying to find out w h at Ame r ican Lit. is syllogisms and unwarrant e d distri bution knowing ourselves b y s h aring wor k s and t h oug hts of ot h ers. DRAMA: denou e m ent. imager y enriches aest h etic quality "The ccntre of t r agedy i s a d eat h ; the cent r e o f comedy is a union of two lov e r s." stoc k charact ers met h od actors like P a ul New. m a n discussions of Aeschyllis, M oliere, Ibsen, an d Saroyan "Whe r e is P ago P ago?" likos and ambe r ge l s t h e b lack wall t h at som eone will h ave to paint ove r las t minute coshune adjustments "Do you h ave any blac k kne e socks?" fina l touches of rouge and powd e r the h ouse l ights are down and-"Be Qui et !" The r e's an audi ence out there!" Tbere i, 110 SIICb ,billg as a slIIall par' bllt tbere rll'e small ac/o r s L ommen R eadillg maketb tbe filII mall; c O llf erellce tbe reddy man; and writing all exact mon.-Sir Fr a n c i s Bacon

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ART: "with this ch a r coa l weig h ted :lnd contour drawings El Pincel composition :t pretty mode l ... classic poses. "a regular M at i sse pose" conte crayon on newsprint specif i c emp h asis placed on the study of the hum a n body _ prehistoric art in Europe R e n aissance ar t was to e n rich l ife and delight man impressionism a nd D egas manual c r eat i vity and individua l express i o n Life is Ibe {Irl oj drtlwillg wilbolll till utlser C h ristian MUS I C: major, min o r augmente d or d iminis h ed ch o rd s rhythm recognition note above t h e last s h a rp And the G l ory," H ande l an d pre cision th ose mi serab l y early 8:30 choral sessio n s oompah "\Xlill oil get the squeeks out of my clarinet?" musical knowledge to per-fect mu s ical talent. 43

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44 BUSINESS: typewr i ters s h o rth a nd pads ... learnin g to ope r a t e busin ess m achi ne s ling e ring too l o n g takin g dictati on at 90 words per min ute with an ability of 60 words per minute practical s kill s for jobs in business and industry.

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SCIENCE: lab \vork claim map Brownian movement. '!'\ e never b r o ken a slide in my l ife." D A population expansion worms ... Avagadro's number phenolphthalein indicators incomprehensible t heories impossible caIro lations tomorrow' s knowl e dge today. IVben YOII kl10IU aIL Ibe amwel's, YOII bavell'l asked alllbe qllesliolls.-Stebb ins MATH : negative nwnber s ... inequalities . square r oots t h eo rems and corollaries pol ynomial functions . solving unreal and irratio n a l numbers tec hnical knowledg e for bui ldin g the future 45

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46 LANGUA GE: Hola I sabe l i, Co m o estas? Bonjour J ean! Co mm e n t vas tu? T here's no su ch thin g as a t r ans l at i on." pero conj u g ate t r aer interpret i n g I es composi (iones" ALM t apes M a r fi! B l anco d o m a in z ut! l ea rn-ing to say so m e t h i n g be for e l ea rn in g w h at it mean s co mmun icatin g wit h the world. SOC IAL SCI ENC E : wa r s kin gs p r eside nts n at i o n s t h e cau ses of a ll t h e Nap o l eo nic wa r s un d e r sta n d i n g t h e p hiloso p hies o f L oc k e Roussea u a n d M o n tes qui e u t h e d eve l op ment of Am er ican D e mocracy fro m 1492 to 1 967 und e r sta ndin g a nd co n t r ollin g h u m a n rel at i o n s g oa l d i r ected be h avior a con cep t o f "se lf" insti ncti ve b e h av i o r unde r standing mankind by study i n g hi s ways.

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Sophomore Class Officers P resident Mary Garcia Vice-President Eileen Alleyn e Secr e/ary Lucy B enitez Tretlsllr el' C h a des Ward Spomof Mr. C h arles C ourc hain e

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CHARLES C. ABERNATHY (Chuck) Ancon, Canal Zone Rifle Club I, 2; Brid ge Club I 2; Buccaneers I 2; Pan-American Society 1; Conquistador Staff 2 ; B o wlin g 2, Captain 2. MARILYN MARCH ADAI R (March) Laurens, South Carolina A'Iuadettes 1 2; C heerleader I 2; Rifle Club 2. E ILEEN J. ALLEYNE Ancon, Canal Zone Buccaneers I 2; Freshman Class Tr easure r 1 ; Soph omore C lass Vi ce-Presi dent 2; SA Council 2; L'Esprit Francaise 2, Foreign Relati o n s Secretary; Pilot s 2; Student Assistant 2; D e lta Psi Omega 2; Conquistad o r Staff. JOHN E. ANDRE Eau Claire \Xli sconsin OFELIA ARAYA San J ose, Costa Rica Phi B eta L a mbd a 2. D IANA R ATHE RL EY (Dee) Pan ama, R ep. of P anama Biological Society 1 2; Pilot s 2; Conquistador Staff. ( 49

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50 ARACELIS AV ILES (Olely) P a n a ma City, P a nama C o nqui s t a d o r Staff 1 2; Phi Theta K appa 1. 2; Phi Beta Lambda 1 2, President. LUZ NElDA BEN ITEZ (Lucy) Cayey, Puert o Rico SA T r easure r 1 ; CZC Newman Community 1 2, S ecreta ry; Pan-Am erican Club 1 ; Con'1uistado r 1; Sophomore Class Secretary 2; S tude n t A ssist:l n t 1 2. SYB IL Y. BEST Silver City Cana l Zon e Biological Society 2; Pil o t s 1 ; Buccaneers. MA RTI B I RTEL H onesda le, P ennsy lvania II1YRNA]. BLA DES An co n Can a I Zone Bio logic.d Society 1 2. ARNDEL A BLENMAN (And y ) P anama City Panama

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JO S EFI A R BOLA OS (Fi n a ) C h ep i g a n a ) D arie n P a n a m a L E sprit F r a ncai s e I ; R ifle Club 2; N ewma n C o mmun i t}, 2; B uccan ee r s 2. W ILLIAM RAYMO N D BOUG HNER (Bill) W h eeling, West Vir gini a B uccan ee r s I 2; Dixi el a n d B a nd I 2. HIFALIA BRIO (Fall it a ) P ana m a R e p o f P a nama L Esprit F r a n caise 1 2; Newm : ln C ommuni ty 2 ; C o nquistl d o r 2. EDUARDO N BROWN Ancon Can a l Z o n e Conqu ist:tdo r Sta ff 1 ; P i lots 2; Buccaneers 1 ; B i o logical Soci ety 1 2 ; M u sic Clu b 1 2 FREDERICK BURTO N JR. Cleveland Ohio K E R IMA CARLES (Kery) P a n a m a Rep o f Panama Pan-Amer ican Society 1 ; Phi Beta Lambd a 2 51

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52 MICHA E L ANTHONY CARLSON ( R alph) Brooklyn New York C o n9ui stado r Staff 1; D o rmit o r y Club I, 2 LEE CARNEAL Cherry Point, North Caro l ina Conquistador 1; Pilots 1 2; Delta Psi Orne ga 1 2 ; Th e Crucible". \ CARLOS CARRASCO ("Handsome") Panama Rep. of Panama D e lta Psi Om ega 1 2; Tropical Collegian 1, 2; Pilo t s 1 ; Newman Commu nity I 2. LINDA CASSES H onolu l u H awaii REBECCA SUE CHANCEY (Becky ) Huntington \'\Iest Virg i nia Pilots 1 2; Buccaneers L 2; Tropical Col le gian 2; Shldent A ssistant 2. PHYLLIS CHASE (Phyl) Ancon Canal Zone Rifl e C lub 2; Cheerleader 2.

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DIANA MAR I E CHEN (Diana) Pan ama, Rep of Panama Phi Theta K app. I 2; Phi Beta L ambda 2; L'Esprit Francaise 1 ; ''The Rubaiyat." GERTRUDE E. CHIN (Trudy) Col o n Rep. of Panam a Bucca n ee r s I 2; Newman Community 1; Pilots 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1 2-Treasurer ; Student Assistant 1 CHARLES S. C LARK JR (Sammy) P anama R ep. of Panama Newm an Community 2; Rifl e Club 2. DIANA COBB Ancon, Canal Zon e Bas ketball team 1 ; 1ntrarnurals 2. MA YRA ENID CORDOBA (Mayra ) P a n ama, R ep. of P a na ma Tropica l Collegian I ; Phi B eta L ambda 2-R eporter; Conquistador Staff 2; Buccanee r s 2. RONALD W. C OLLINS Margarita Canal Zone 53

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54 RONALD CRA \XIFORD (R on ) The H ague H olland Newman Community 1 2; Biologica l So (iety 1 2; Pan-American Soci ety 2. LI IDA D DAN I E L (Lyn) Ancon Canal Zone B uccaneers 1 2; D e lta P si Omega 2; Phi B eta L :unbda 2; Pil ots 1 2; Volleyball 2; "Be ll s a r e Rin ging." Y OL ANDA B. D e LEON (Betty) Pan ama, R ep. of Panama P an-Ame rican Society 1 ; Bio logical Society 2. ELBA DIAZ ( E lbit a ) Panama R ep. of P ana ma Phi B eta L ambda 2; Conquistado r Staff 2-Secretary; Buccanee r s 2. N ORBERT DIONNE P rovidence, Rh ode I s l an d Tropical Colleg ian 2-M a naging Editor; F ootball 2. Footba.11 1. BRUCE DOUGLAS Ancon, Canal Zone

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JAMES COUNTS EARLY (Counts ) O ca la Florida CAROL LYNNE ESHLEMAN (Lynne) \X1 ilmin g t o n D e l awa re Phi Bet:l L ambda I 2. DELIA FABREGA \XI. (Tini) New Y ork City New York Pan-Ameri can S ociety I 2; P i l ots 1 2; Newman Community 2. MARTHA L. FA I RCLOUG H (Marts) Ancon Canal Zone Pilots I 2 ; B uccanee r s 1 ; Newman Com munity 2; B io l og ical Soci e ty 2. CARMELO ABEL FALCO A. Panama C ity, Panama Newman Community 2; Rifl e Club 1; P anAmerican Society 2. JORGE L. FERRER Santurce Pu er t o Rico Biolo g ical Soc i ety I 2; D o rmitory Council T reasure r ; Int ramur a l 2 55

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I' 56 VffiG I N I A FLUMACH (Gin ge r) Greenp o rt L o n g I s l a nd N ew m a n Community-Corresponding Secretary 2 ; Phi T h eta K appa 1 Vi ce-p reside n t 2; P h i B e t a Lambda Vice-president 1 ; Pilots 2; Stud ent Assistant. AME LI A A. GARCIA Marga r ita Cana l Zone MARY S, GARCIA Mar ga rita Cana l Zone Newman Community 1 Vice -presi dent 2 ; Cheerleader 1 Captain 2; Pilots 2; Canguistador Staff 2; Sophomore Class Presi dent 2; Aquadettes 2; Basketball, Track Softb a ll 1, 2, ALONSO G ONZALEZ David Chiriqui JUAN M I GUEL GONZAL E Z I sabe l Puerto Rico Student A ssistant 2; Do rmitory Council Vice-p reside n t 2. LEONORA GORDON (Lee) Pan a ma City, Panama Phi B eta L amb da 2,

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L1G I A GRIMAL D O New O rleans ) Loui s i ana P a n American Soc i ety I 2, Secretary; Bi o logical Society I 2; Pilots 2. PA ME L A A. GRODIN (Pam ) Nashua New H ampshire Pil ots 1; D e lta P s i Omega 1 ; Tropica l Coll egia n 1 ; Buccaneers 1; Conqui s tado r 2, Assista n t Editor. RICHARD H AKAN SO N (Ha k) Brookly n New Y o rk B io l ogica l Society 1 2; B ase b a ll 1 2; Int r a mural s 2; D o r mitory Counci l P resident. DIANA M HAKY (Irm a ) Mar gar i ta Cana l Zon e Pil ots J 2; Phi B eta L ambda 1 2. JERRY L. HALL (J. Leslie) M ontpelie r V er m ont D elta Psi Omega 1 2; Buccaneers I, 2; 'The C r ucib l e"; B ells are Ringing"; "The Imaginary Invalid". NORMAN H A LL (Norm) F ort Bel voir, Vir g inia L ettermen s Club 1 2; Baseball 1; Football I Captain 2. 57

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58 STEVE HEBERT (Stevie) L ongv iew \Xfashin gto n SA Council 1 2 Vi ce-p r esi d ent; B i o l ogical Societ)' I 2; Pilots I 2; Phi The t a K appa I 2-President; L ette r men's C lub 1 2; Newman Community 1 2-Presid ent; Freshma n Class Vice-president. CAM ILLE H EN DRI CKS (Cammy) New Bern North Caro lin a Pilots 1 2; C heerleader 2; Newma n Commu nity; S A Sec r etary 2. G ILB ERTO HINDS (To ny) An co n Canal Zone Buccaneer s 1 ; Biolog ical Society I 2; Pilots I 2 ; Musi c Club 1 2 Treasurer; L'Esprit Francaise 1 ; B and 1 2 ; "Bells are Ringing I ; 'The Rub,i)',t". JOHN HOLLEN (Brother J ohn) M o ntgom ery, Alabama "The Imaginary Invalid", I SABEL HORNA (Ch ave lin) Boqu ete, C hiri qu i Buccaneer s 1 ; Phi Beta Lambda 1 i Music C lub 1 ; i Esprit francaise 2, Assi s tant Secr e tar y; Conqui sta dor Staff 2. LIN DA LEE HUGHES Oakl a nd Ca lif o rnia Rifle Club t Secretar),. .. r

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T H EODORE HUNT JR. (Fu Fu) D etr o it Mi chigan L ette r me n 's C l u b I 2; C hess Club I ; Bridge Club I ; Pil ots I 2; F ootb311 2; B uccaneers. V I C K I H UTC HI NS O N P a nama City, Panama Phi B e t a Lambd 3 I ; Rifl e C l ub 2. ROBERT G J ACKM A N (C o usey) Ancon C a n a l Z o n e Bio logic31 Society 1; Tennis 1 ; P i lots 2. E DNA L. J ACKSON Ancon C a n a l Zone P i lots 1 ; Buccaneer s 1 ; L Espri t Fra ncaise 1. DANIEL JONES ( Dan) N o rth P latte, Nebraska Biol ogica l Society 2; Newman Com m unity 2. JEANETTE J ONES P a n a m a City, P a n a ma Stude n t Assista n t 2. 5 9

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bO DENNI S L. JOSEPHS (De n) Co l o n R e p of Panama D e lta Psi Omega 1 2; Buccaneer s 1 Vicep resid e nt; L'Esprit Francaise 2, Presid ent; Tennis; "Streets of New Y ork"; T h e B e ll s a r e Ringing". MARY E. K IENZ L E F l u s h i n g, New Y o rk Newma n Community 1 ; Speakeasy 1 ; D e lta Psi Om ega 2; Rifle & Pis t o l Cl u b 2; Tropical Collegian 2. NELLY KIRM E R P an a m a City, P a nama P a n -Ame rican Society 2; P i lots 2; L'Es p r i t Francaise 2; Stude n t A ssista nt 2 LESLIE LASH E R H ollywoo d California VI CK I LAWRENCE (Vi c ) P aris, T exas D e lta P si Omega I 2; Stude n t Assi s t a nt 2; "Th e Crucibl e"; "Bell s a r e R i ngin g ; T h e Imaginary T nvalid". JA C Q UE LY N LOV ELADY (Jackie ) Mu nid1, Germa n y Pilots I, SA R epresentative 2; R i fl e C l u b 2; Aquadettes 2; C heerleader 2; Basketball 1 2.

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PAULH. LYE W (Po l ) Co l o n Rep. o f P a n a m a Pilots 1 2; Forensic Society 2; Conquistador Staff 2; Rifle and Pisto l C l ub 2; Newman Community 2; L 'Espr i t Francaise 2; Bri d ge C l ub 2; Chess Club 2. B ARBARA A. MARONEY E l i zabet h New Jersey M a nagin g Editor Conquistado r 2; Phi Theta K appa 2; SA Cou n cil 2 JEFF MARSH (Jeff) Frankfurt Germany Delt a Psi Omega 1 2; Freshman C lass Presi d e nt 1 ; Pilots 1 2 ; SA Pr eside nt 2 ; "B ells are Ringin g" 1 ; Th e Imagina r y I nvalid". ALFRED S. MAYE RS An eo n Canal Zone EVELIA MAYNARD (Celin a ) Pedro Mi g ue l Cana l Zone ALICIA MeMURRAY (Ally) P a nama, Rep of Panama Music Clu b 1 2; Pan-American Society 2; Pil ots 2; Buccaneers 2; R ifle & P istol Club 2; T enn i s 1. 61

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62 TOM M I ZENER M o r ga n City L ouis iana ARM INDA MOSCOSO P a n a ma City Panama RAMO N A. MOUYNES G. (Tito) P a n a ma, R e p o f P a nama Phi The t a Kappa 1 2, S ecre t a ry; P an-American Society 2; P i lots 2; Newma n C ommunit)" 2. ARTHUR MYKE (Buddy) Colon R e p of P anama P i lots 2; Phi Beta L a mbda 2. BARBARA PARADA Nogales, Arizon a MAR I A E STER PA R EDES (Maria ) P a n a ma, R ep. of P a nama P a n American Society 1 2; P h i Beta Lambda 1 ; P i lots l.

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LORNA PARKER Colon, R ep. of P anama RAFAEL PEARSON Colon, Rep of Panama C hess C l ub t 2, Presid ent; Rif l e Club 2; Newman Community 2. R OBERTO A. PEART (Bob ) Cristobal Cana l Zone Biological Society 1, 2; Pil ots 2; L'Esprit F r anGlise 2; Conquistador Staff 2 MARG A RET R P E T E R (Marg i e ) Col on, Rep. of P a n a m a Biol ogical Society 1 2, Secretary L'Espri t Francais e 2 Secretary of Fo r eig n Affai rs; P i lots 2; COI1'1uistador Staff 2; Buccaneers. H ENR Y PO L Coc h aba m ba, Bolivi a P a n American Society 1 2, V ice-president; C hess Club 2. C AROLYN J PRlCE (Kininy) Ma rgarita, Cana l Zone T ropical Collegian 2; Pilot s 2; Student A s sistant 2; Newman Community 2. 63

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64 LARRY ANTHONY PRINCE (Wizard) Akr o n Ohio Phi Theta K appa 1 2; C hess C lub 2; D e bate C l ub 2. MARTHA PROVENCIO (Marty) E I Paso T exas Tropical Colleg ian 1 2, Art Editor. ANGELA CR ISTINA QUIROS (Cris) An con, Canal Zone Biolo gica l Society I 2; Dormitory Council 1 2, President. EMMA REYNOLDS ( Emma ) Ancon Cana l Zone Brid ge Club 1, 2, 3; D elta Psi Omega 1 2, 3; Newman Community I 2, 3; Pilots 2, 3. LUISA J REYNOLDS Pan ama, Rep. of Panam a Buccaneers 1, 2; Conquistador 1, 2; L E sprit Francaise 2; P ilots 2; Pan-American Society 2; Music Club 2 PEDRO PABLO RODRIGUEZ (P P.) P anama, Rep. of Panama Pan American Society 1, 2, President; Pilots 1 2; SDAC V arsity Basketball 1.

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MAR I A N. ROMAN (Na ncy) A g uadilJa, Puerto Rico Bas k etball 1 2; Newman Community 2; P a n-Am erican S ociety 2. FRA NCES ROSE Ancon, Canal Z one Tropica l C olleg ian 1 ; D elta Psi Omega I 2, SA R epresentative; Buccan ee r s 1, 2; Bell s a r e Ringi n g"; C ommunity Orc hestra. RUTH RUSSELL (Ruthie) P anama R ep. of P anama L 'Esprit Francai se 2, Vice-p resident ; Pil ots 2; B iologica l S ociety ; Buccaneers 1 2. l\'lARITZA SALAS H Colon R ep. of Pan ama Bio l ogica l S oc i e t y 1 2; P an-American Society 2. LEO E SAUE R P ortland, Oregon l ette r men's Club 2, Preside nt; "Imaginary I nvalid"; Footb all 1; Track 1 ; B owling. CAROL SCH AFER Ancon Canal Zone Phi B eta Lamb da l ; Rifle C l ub 2. 65

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66 THYRA F. SEALEY An c on Cana l Z o ne Bu ccanee r s 1 ; Pil o t s 1 2j Phi Beta Lambd a 2. IRENE M. SEE (Baby) P anama R ep. of P anama JORG E SEE Panama R ep. of P ana m a P a n AmeriCln Socie t y 1 2 Treasurer; Pilots I, 2; C onquis t ador Staff 1 2; Newman Community 2 ; Tr eas ure r WALTER SESSIONS (L ouie ) Ancon Ca n a l Zon e JOSE J SHEPHERD (Sh ep) Anc o n Can a l Z o ne P i lots 1 2; Tropical Collegian I 2; Buccaneer s I ; C onquistado r I ; R ifl e & Pistol Club 2; Football 1 2; Street s of New York". C H ERY L SILKWOOD Boca R aton Fl o rida Pil o t s 2; P a n A me rican S oc i ety 2

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CARLOS E. SIMON Ancon Cana l Zone Biolo g ical Society 1, 2; Pilots 2; Buccaneers 1 ; Conquistador 2. PATRICIA ANN SLATON (Pat ) San Antonio T exas INEZ C. SMITH (Inez) Ancon Canal Zone Bio l ogical Society 1 2. PATRICIA MARIA SOLEY (Pat) Ancon Canal Zone Buccan eers 1 2; Pilot s 2. ELIZABETH A. SPANN Birmin g ham Alabama ANN STAHL Sacramento, California 67

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68 LARRY STANFORD Fort \X1orth T exas CAROL M THOMPSON Colon, R ep. of P a n a m a Phi Th eta K appa t 2; Phi B eta L a mbda t 2; Bu ccJi1cers 1 2; Student A ssista nt I 2; Pilots 2. W ILM A WALTO N Dur bin, West Vir ginia C H A RLES L. \,(lARD (Ch a rlie) Chi cago, Illino i s D e bate Club 1 ; Tropical Collegi a n M a naging Edito r 1 2, SA R epresentative; Speakeasy 1 2; Conquistador 2; Sophomore Class Treasure r ; Forensic Society 2; Chess Club 2; I ntramu r a l Sports 2. MARILY N WHITWORTH Fort Ben nin g, Ge o r gia i'Esprit Fr:lncaise 2, Secretary. JANICE WILSON (Ja n) R ock Hill Sout h Carol ina Phi B eta Lambda 2, Corresponding Secretary.

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AMELIA WILLIAMS Col o n, Rep. o f P anama RICO RD B. W I NSTEA D (Ri c ) Washington D C. Biological Society 1 ; Ph i Theta Kappa I 2 SA Representative. FRANCES E. W ITT Cameron Mi ssour i DANIEL WOODS (Pe ter R abb it) F ort Sheridan I llin o i s Z ANDRA Z I MMERMANN (Zandi) Ancon Cana l Zone 69

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70 Fre shman Class Officers Left to Rig h t: Lin d a \'{Ioodruff, Treasurer; Elizabet h Guibert, Vice-President; T o m Coffin President; J e rri H unt Secretary; Mr. (arney, C lass Sponsor.

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/ \ Adriana A lvarado Cand:1ce Anderson R obe rt Arr ell D anie l Austin Mariana Baker Mary Jean Bake r J enny B arkema 71

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I ( f Edr idia B enitez Roberta Ber ger \ St eve n Bissell P a tti e Bittel P a tri c i a B oo t h N e l son Borr ero R o b e r t B o uk alis 72

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Frank Bre wster Aida Srid Don Burleson L e roy Burton Emma Bustos Peter Butz Marta Calle j a

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Bryce Crunpbell Ce l so Ca r bonell Antonio Castro Rebecca Chapman Susan C h a rbonneau Lui s C hong Claudia C lark 74

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L i lia C lemo n s Mich a e l Cofer T o m Cof f i n David Colclasure Susan Cook Paul C o te Marsha C recel i u s 75

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Soni a Davy Rafael D eCastro John De c k James D e l a P ena Carol y n D o dson Michae l Doran Joseph Downer 76

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Paul a Dwyre Les lie Dugas Gloria Duk e L arry Duisber g Sidney Dya, Cheryl Ellis Maril}f n Eas tmond 77

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Levy Eve l yn M arieia F ernandez Aura Feraud Bruce F lora Norris Fusse ll M a r y G aines J ames Gang l e 78

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Ana Gar c i a J osep h Gilbert Elizabeth Guibert / )f B erta Gonzalez Carol Garner Peggy Green Cra i g Ha ll iday 79

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William Hanna C raig Harris L arry Hebert Linda Hellmund Marsh a Hellmund Mary Henderson Pamela Hicks 80

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Leslie High ley Susan Hoy K a th y Hoy J erri Hunt Thomas H olmber g Sue Hurley / ./ Bruce Hunt 81

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Clifford J emmott Pearlene J emmott J e rre J o hn ston Chris Jud ge Everett Justice D o n a ld K a t D ennis K ostick 82

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John Kota lik William Krapel Ne ida Lee Walter L enneville A l ice Link Margarita Lloyd Allan Lovell 8 3

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L Lizia Lu Ota l i a M acha d o M a rgaret Marti n L aure n e Mask e t M a r c el Matamoras ( Sarita Mayani Enrique McLean 84

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Susan M eeboe r Priscilla Mendez Michael Mih a litsiarco Gar y M oye r Kevi n M urp h y Margarita Nugues Patricia O'D o nnell 85

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L Ol ga Piggott Tho mas Pitti Patricia Pratch ett Joan Quinn Linda Quinn Elsa Ramos Fay Renwick 86

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Steve R ozzelle D o rothy Sanders Zulma Santiago Lyndall Sellen, Sandra Shirley \VI. A. Skibicki Sandra Spinney 87

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T e rr y Spragu e E dwar do Stee l e R ebecca Ste ph e n s D avid Ste p py M e l inda Steven s I Ann Stich S andra Sua rez 88

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Cynthia Terw e lli ger Eugene Th arpe Mic ha e l Tho mpson Nancy Tinkler Steven Torian Tina T orres Linda Turpin 89

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Y vonne \X'a tkin s Charles Web e r V elma W elch K a thleen Whit e Angel Vasquez I Ner eida Vazqu e z C aro l Wallace 90

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) Linda W h itworth Don \'{figgins Sue Wilferd James Wi lhm Peggy Williamson Pat Woegen s Linda Woodruff Rebecca Woods 91

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Mr. V os bur g h 92 .L Sue Gay Junior Class Officers Presi d ent Vic e Preside nt TrefIJllre,. Secr e / tlr), Sponso,. Sue Sheeran Carlos Brandenburg Jua n Alvarado Gay Konn aga n Mr. C. R Vosburgh

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Ricardo Bonni c k Carlos Brandenberg Robert D aniel Anayansi Herrera J o hn J oyner Gay Konnagan Alle n Krape l 93

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Douglas Mor e no B e rtram Rigby Enrique Sal erno Eileen Schmidt Sue Sheeran De lano Stee le R ogerlee n \'{figgins 94

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96 Miss Canal Zone College Miss Sue Sheeran

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Most Intellectual Mr Ricard Winstead M iss Barba r a Maro ney 98

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Most Likely To Succeed M iss Eileen Alleyne Mr. Steve H ebert 99

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Most All Around Miss Lucy Benitez Me. J orge See 100

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Most School Spirited Mr Ted Hu nt Miss Mary Garcia 101

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Most Athletic Me. Ric k Willi ams Miss J ack i e L ove l ady 102

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104 Student S.A. Council The Student A ssociat i o n is the mo st import a nt a nd effective or ga nization at the C ana l Zone Co lle ge. I t provides a forwn for stu d e nt expression for the ben efi t o f the sch oo l and the commun ity. This association has establis hed a so und prog ram o f selfgove rnm e nt in the College. lts officers are: Jeff Mar s h President; Steve Hebe rt Vice-President; Camile H endricks, Secretary; and Sue Sh eera n, Treasu r er.

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A. Honea FACULTY ADVISER Association Oh l why mu st I put on t h ose dram atic "afte r effect" demonstrations to prove th at these mugs really work? Can't the council just buy 'em and try em? T ypica l Student Council Meeting i n Action 105

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106 Barbara j\hroney EDITOR POTPOURRI STAFF Pam Grodin-Editor K enny Bowen Pat Cratchet Y vonne P a dilla Car o l Smith ADVERTISING STAFF frank K oening-Editor Kathy Gaylord SPORTS STAFF Kenneth Sprauve Steve Hebert Conquistador CLASSES STAFF C h eir Aviles -Edito r Eileen Alleyne J osefina B o l a nos Mary Gar cia Steve Hebert Camille Hendric k s J erri Hunt Sue Sheeran Linda Woodruff ACT I V I T IES & ORGA N IZATION S T AFF Luisa J R eyno l ds-Edit o r Hifalia Brid Mayr a Cordoba E lba Diaz Isabel Horna Carol Wallace ) 0 Ann Marti ART STAFF Geo r ge See R Kitterman SPONSOR P a m Grodin CO-ED I TOR FACULTY STAFF Ch ely Aviles-Co-Editor Miriam Bateman Steve Hebert Pau l L eyw Sue S heeran PHOTOGRAPHERS STAFF Rober t Daniel Charles A bernat h y E Zarak TYPI STS STAFF J osefina Bolai1os M a rgaret Peter s

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108 This o r ganization provides student s w i t h an outlet for expression and a llows t hose interested some pr.actical experie nce i n magazin e production. EDITORIAL BOARD Z. Zimmerm a n Becky C h ancey N. Dionne Ange l a Ganser Leslie Lasher Ann Stahl S A REPRESE NTATIVE: C h arles Ward PRODUCTION STAFF Beck y C h a ncey Patricia Booth G l oria Duke Angela Ganser Nelly K inner Carolyn Price L yndall Sellens Tropical Collegian ART STAFF M arty Provenc i o L ee Carneal Carlos Carrasco J erri J ohnston J o hn M ars h a ll FACULTY ADVISER

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R. W. Annis FACULTY ADVISER Speakeasy J. P. K ane FACULTY ADVISER The Speakeasy is anoth e r o utlet for t h e students feelings and emotions Its members are: Ann Stic h (E d ito r ) C h arles Ward (CoEditor), Tony White, Kathy Gaylord, Walter L ennevi lle, and Carlos Carrasco. 109

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110 Student Assistants They work approximately 14 hour s per week, aiding professors, makin g themse l ves useful in t h e office, and h e lpin g in th e l ibrary. They are: from I. /0 r., 1st roUJ/ D an iel Hele, Carlos Brandenberg, Luz B eni tez, Edward Hous e, and Juan Gonzalez ; 2nd r ow ; Sue Sheeran, Frances Ro se, Caro l Thompson, Dian a H aky, VicJ..l' L aw r ence, M :1CY Garcia Eridia B enitez P a tricia Boot h B etty \Vang, and Anayansi H errera; 3rt! row,: Vi r g in i a F l umach, Candace Anderson R ebecca Ch ancey, Jerrilyn Hunt, Lind a \Xfoodru ff Nell y K irmer, Caro lyn Price, Zandra Zimme rm an, Eileen Alleyne and Eileen Schmidt. Not picture d above are: J ea n ett e J ones, Am e lia Garcia an d Caro l Smith.

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Phi Beta Lambda One o f i t s m:tin purposes i s to i m p r ove sch obrs h i p ,md d eve lop qu.t1iti(:s t h at will e nab l e m e mbe r s t o p :utic ip a t e e((ect i ve l y in bu s in ess, p r ofess i ona l and community l i fe Its m embe r s a fe: ) 0 A nn l\1 : H ti. Thy r a Se.:dy, L ui s C h on g (Tre asurer) Cliffo r d H y l t o n Ara cclis A viles ( P r esident). M arra C o r d o b a ( Repo r t e r ) E l b \ D i az J ohn G:tb e l ( 2nd ViceP re sident), A n n St J hl ( S.A. R e p r ese n t .1ti\'c), Rita F o n seca, J a n i ce \Xlil so n ( C o rr es p o n ding Secr el.uy) Ofeli.l A rJ } J, D o n C r uz, Elo}' G C ru z, Cliffo r d J e m mott. R i c a rd o L ay, Jr. Dian e Ch e n J ose Gar cia, R i c h:trd P a tto n Ca r o l Thomps on L i nd a D a ni e l K e r i m a C arles, rvla r y M:lc Fadde n D i ln e H ak e y K e r win Murp h y ( 1 st V i c e P r esident), L eonora Gordon. B e rta Gonzal ez, C a r o l G.1rn e r Dick G e r.trd Sue H e m l e y David Simm o n s, P eggy Gree n R os. l l ee R o b l e s L ynne E s hl eman Fred Burt o n G e rt rude: C hin, Anto ni o C astro, C e l s o Carb o nell, Ei l ee n Sch idt R a fael C inig l i o, Cl e m e nte Malea o, Phil D u n c a n D avid P e d ro D et r esno, Byce Campbe ll Ca r o l Smi th M i c h a e l C o f e r Sandra Su a r ez, Y v o n n e \ '<'at k i n s, Sue S h ee ran ( Reco rdin g S ec r eta ry), J ohn D y a r Alle n K rapfl, G eo rge Casira A)'lllee L u g o Virgini:l F lum ac h Ern esto A r g u ello, :lnd M ari o O R a m os. A A H o ne a FAC ULTY A D V ISER III

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112 J P K a n e FAC ULTY ADV ISER New m a n Communit y The C a n a l Z o ne C ollege N ewman C ommunity is a n o r g an i zation of Cat h o lic culture and Cat h o l i c fell o w ship th a t ( os t e r s th e spirit u :tI, int ellec tua l and -so c ial int e r es ts of t h e s tud e nt s of th e Ca n a l Z o n e C ollege. I t s o ffi ce r s a r e Steve H e bert P reside nt Mary Garcla -Viee-President V i r gina Fluma c k Corresponding secr etary, lucy Binitez Rec Q rding sec retary, Jorg e See-T r easurer, P eggy \ '\I i lliam so n S A E.C. R eprese ntative. I ts m e mb e r s h ip excee d s 250 C am.1 Z o n e C ollege Stud e nt s Phi Thet a Kappa Phi The t a K :lppa i s t h e r ecog ni ze d h o n o r ary sc h o la stic soc i e!}1 w hose objective is to promote s ch o l a r s h ip, to dev el o p c h ar.lele r and t o c ulti"at e f ello w s h i p a m ong m e n and women in t h e junior co ll eges of t h e U n ite d Sta t es. M e m be r s of t h e Ca nal Zone Coll e g e Phi Theta K appa l re: A rlcelis Aviles, Dian a Ch e n Y o l anda D e L eo n Virginia F l umJc h Steve H ebe rt Gay K on nag.:tn An t h o n) P rince, R a m o n J\l o u)'n es, Ann Sta hl Caro l Thompson, n ico r d \ '\Iins t ead L i n da Casses, Ba rb a ra Maro n e y J o hn Andre, Gordon J Goodnow, J\lrs. \ '\IlIm3 Walto n J osefi n l B o l a n os, D e nnis J ose p h s, Elba Din. N. B Alt e nberg FACULTY ADV ISER

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Forensic Society R A twood FACULTY ADV ISER The For e nsi c S oc ie ty promotes o p e n di scussion among college stud ents. D avid L ommen FACUL T Y ADV.ISER Delta Psi Omega This organiza tion p r omotes, e n cou r ages, and sponso r s the d evelopment of the t h eater a r ts. I t provides a n o ut l et (or bot h actors an d audiences so that t h e beaut)' of d r ama may be experie nced It a l so helps and tf.1ins all mterested persons to become actIve co ntribu to r s to th e theat e r 113

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114 L'Espirit Francaise This orga n ization introdu ces t h e Cana l Zone students to F renc h l ife and thoug ht. Pan American Society S. Peck F ACU LTY ADVISER The Pan America n So c i ety promotes better relationships amo n g peop l e of different nationalities in Canal Zone College. D. R. Wilcox FACULTY ADVI SO R

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R \Y/. A nni s FACULTY ADV ISER Chess Club The C h ess Club t e a c hes i ts me m be r s t h e s k ills o f t h e ga m e a nd t hey e njoy idl e m o m e nts in p laying it. The m e m be r s a re: J o h n Andre, H ig h B est, Steve B o a t wri g h t R i c h a rd Bonnic k Fre d Bur ton C h arles Cla r k R o n ald C r awfo r d R oy D e M o n t i s, Sid ney Drar Levy t:v el y n H olli s G riffon ( S.A Represe nt a tiv e ) Cliffo rd J emmo tt, M a r g a r ita Lloyd ( V i ce. President), Cle m ente M alca Gisel a M a rtin e z R af a el P ea r so n ( P r esident), H enry P o l L arry Prince, C h arle s War d Ant h o ny W h ite D o u g las M o r e no D e nnis J o se p h s, Ar t h ur Myke a nd :15 h o n o r a r y m embe r : Fr a n k A D oo n a n Bridge Club T h e B r id ge Club, l i k e t h e Ch ess Club ins tru c t t h ei r m c!.: b e r s of t h e s kill s of t h e g a me an d c a r r y on ga m es w h e n i dle R \Y/. An n i s FACUL TY A D V I SER 115

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Mus i c Club The Rifle and Pisto l club g i v e s intereste d Marksmen in th e college a c h ance to compete with high sc h oo l teams and those of ot her colle ges in t h e U. S. 1l1eir faculty ad vise r is Mr. C. Courchaine The Music Club fur t h ers interests in music, s h are s ideas r ega rdin g types of music and develops an d strengt h e n s cuI tural bonds of music. Their faculty adviser is Mr. C. Chapman. Rifle and Pistol Club

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The Buccaneers D esig ned pri ma r ily as a medium of r ec reation and est h etic exp r ess ion thi s organization al so provides a perfo rmin g acC]uaintance wit h a variety o f types an d periods in c h ora l lit e rature This organiza tion is sponsored by Mr. C. C h a pman. I t s members a r e: C h arle s A be rn a t hy, Eil ee n Allc } ne, Ofe l i a Araya, J ose fin a B o lan os, Sybil Best, ArndeJ Btenman, \Villi am Bou ghne r L e roy Bur to n Carlos Ca r r asco, Gertrude Chin, D:tvid Co l cla su re Mayr a Cordoba Edna Cordoba, R obert D anie l Elba Di az, J osep h Downer, F e lip e Dun-Moodie, Sidney Dyae F e d erico Ell i ngton J e rr y H all, Rit a H annigan, Gil berta Hin ds, Edn a J ac k so n D en ni s J osep h s, \,(/ i lm 3 J u l ie, Frank Koenig, Ricardo L essey, Marga rita Ll oyd, )0 Ann Mar ti, Eve l ina Ma yna rd Alici a M c Murray O lga P i ggot, M argaret P eter, Fay Re nwi c k L uisa Reyn o l ds Fra n ces R ose, Rut h R u sse ll L ynda ll Sell e ns, David Spe ir, D an Stewa rd, C l ayto n T a u l Caro l Thompso n R os a T sc h umy, Ca r o l \Vallace, J a n e t \Vinford, an d L inda \Voodruff.

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118 Biological Society The Biologicd Society ac<]uaint s st ud e nt s with p r o min ent m e n a nd w.omen through l ect ure s a nd increases intere st in t.h e bio l ogica l scie nces All bio l ogy students are member s The i r o((ice r s are: Amy Garc ia-Presid ent, Anaya n s i Herrera-Vice President, and Ma r garet Peters-Secr eta ry-Treasu r e r Pilots L. While FACU L T Y A DV ISOR L. Jenk i n s F ACULn' A D V I SO R Pilots coo p e r ate wit h all co llege orga n izat i o n s a nd act i v i t ies. Amon g t h e various activi ties t hey perfo r m a r e t h ose o f selling tickets a nd u s h e ring. They a l so serve as guid es (o r college visitors. An y stu d e n t w h o serves at o n e or m o re college events is considered a m embe r T h eir Preside nt is D aniel He1e, and t h eir S.A R<;presentative is J a cque lin e L ov elady

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Th e Can a l Zon e College o ffi cial seal, desi g n e d by M a r y Garcia. The three pa r titions in t h e o ut e r c ircl e r ep resent th e three sets o f l oc k s of the P anama Canal one of t h e e n ginee rin g w o nd e r s of t h e world. The Brid ge at th e top of t h e s hiel d r ep r ese nts t h e Tha t c h e r F e rr y Brid ge, linkin g the Americas. The lamp inside t h e s hield represent s l ight and g uid a nce. 19 33 r epresents t h e found in g o f th e Canal Zone Colle ge. Th e s hip repr esents di scove r y a nd navi gation. The insc r iption "Sofia In e Pr oo do s" f o und in t h e r i b bo n b e lo w the s h ield is t h e Greek sayin g for Kn ow l edge is Pro gress," Mrs. Gay K o nn aga n Miss Adele Chue Above a r e Mrs. Gay K o nna gan and Miss Ade l e Chue, w h o f or t h e ir sch o l astic achie v eme nts wer e award ed t h e Thatc h e r M edal. 119

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120 College ac tivitie s a r e a ve r y im poctant aspect of. college life. They a r e meaningful not ju s t ( o r m a intaining the spi r it o f the college. but fo r k eepi n g t h e spirit wit h u s in the yea r s to come. T h e exper iences gained i n college activities add g r ea tly to t h e d evelopment of c h aracter a n d pe r so n ality. Act i ve part i c ip a tion s h ould de ve lop a b ettc r understanding of OU[selves and those around us. The experie n ces and en j oy m en t of partic ipating i n campus activ i t ies will most p r obably b e t h e clea r est an d fondest memories we wi ll h ave in t h e future. c Z C J a mb o r ee Que e n Adr e n e St a mm These (our b eauti ful queen s add to t h e g l amour of our first college activity, the J a m bo ree.

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Assemblies I n this asse mbly t h e student body was encou r aged to j oin several o r ga nizat ions. Conquistador Newman Community Speakeasy Rifl e & Pisto l C l ub 1 -. I I I .T, I Mus i c Club P h i B eta L ambda Student Associatio n Students from hig h s chools i n P anama we r e g u ests of Canal Zone College durin g business week. College stu dent s b eing entertained by the 79t h Army B and during special assemb l y 121

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Canal Zone College The Imaginary Invalid to scorn m y enema, Y ou l oo k pretty healthy for 90" H e ll o, h oney! How does it fee l to be a w i dow?" ... Give '01 enenamum, enenamu m a purgimu m e n enamum a b l eedimu m 122

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Dir ected by Frank Fields 'l' n presents A N i ght of Student-Directed One-Act Play s "The Valiant" Directed by Carrol McCarren Hello Out Th ere" Directed by CarIos Carrasco

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1 2 4 ----W ell, take it as a joke . but in the next dance, J s h all get you. I s this a d a nce o r a sit out strike? / I / "Unb. I / I louisa, get down (rom the clouds and lis t e n to Malca's speech it i s great. r dos Thi s I S college ... J: tEes, y And now, J o rge, s h all we get a l ittle more 3(quainted? \'{/ herever you go you 'll find different opinio n s C h uck is d e lighted but Vicky. .? D o you know something ? They a r e the most "serious" college student s . Can you imagin e t h e others? 125

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126 Halloween Marty the bat-girl" in l ove with a mop head. \ Xlhat do you know? "Mirror, mirror on th e wa ll I a m the fairest of t h em all", H oney. a r c you crazy? \Xlha t's the big idea of using a clean h andkerc hi e f and furtherm o re wit h out a h o le, o r a t ea r ? I f you t h ink t his is a cok e wait, I've news fo r you".

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JJRN[E L adies first w e a l ways say. I n case of contaminat ion there i s a l way s room for anot h e r g uinea pig. Mommy for go t to p ut bells on my booties. No! No! that's n ot th e way to d o it. You start on your left foot a nd go one two three Now, as I was tellin g you SOO year s ago, I'v e neve r unde r stood why eve r yone stares at nie! Then" Part/" I s J Ove/ J j P l ease, h oney! I w ou ldn't te ll anyone it's n o t a ma s k but our face. 127

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Her Majesty Sue, with her escort Count Warren Ashton.

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" Smi l e t h o u g h you r fee t a r e s h a k i n g, s mil e t h oug h yo u f e el lik e running ... " M ademoiselle, i t's w i t h g r eat I Jeff M a r s h in t h e name 'club', do h umb l y bring t h ee of our deep, d eepe r d eepest t his very symbo lic HE E l iot r ope." .. pleasure that of the S.A. as a token app r eciation E E. C o 'm o n S t in ky, n obo d y's l oo k i n g, L et's d a n c e Court member s were (fr om I to r): S i r J ose ph D o wn e r L ady Fr ances Rose, S ir Bill H a nnah L a d y Leslie Dugass, H e r majesty S u e and he!' escort Cou n t \Xla r r e n Ash to n l ady Y vonne P odilla. Sir J o h n Deck L ady M ary G a r c i a and Sir Steve H e b ert. 129

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130 Christmas Concert T h e Buccaneer s under the abl e directi on of M r C. Chapman. Speci a l accompanists for t h e occasion were: Doro t h y R eyno lds, Raf ael D eCast ro & J o hn M ars h a ll. Sandra P y nes Soprano Frances Rose Alto s o L o I S T S Joseph D owner T enor Arnol d Walters Bass I

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" .. with a good, strong kick-off .. .. an d away w e go !" "Come to P ap:t!" "catch him quick!" Yea, Devil s" 133

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" .. we 're on our way . Got V a! Sti ckyfingers! "Wh at's t h e story bac k t h ere?" 134

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" .. to put down all opposition . 135

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" .. on our way to Victory!" ... marching on to war. Fi rst down and goal to go! Interception CZC! Guess who ? 136

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Our Jamboree Queen Ad r e n e Stamm FOOTB ALLCANAL ZONE COLLEGE 1966-'67 witn esse d one o f t h e m ost successful at h l etic campaigns in t h e hi story of Canal Zone College. The tone for the e ntire school year \vas well set by one of t h e finest teams to wear the Green and White. L e d by four returning l ettermen, an d carri ed by a h ost of talented fres hm e n, t h e Green D evi l s m atched th e ir J amboree romp \vit h a n un b eaten 6-0 r ecord in intersc h o l astic competitio n before tying an inspiri n g All -Sta r team in th e Palm Bowl. Seeing fulltim e act i o n in onl y one ga m e. t h e 7-6 comebac k win over Cri stoba l the first s qu a d on CZC n o n et hel ess placed e i g h t of its m embe r s o n t h e All -Zone team. The win i n Cristobal en d e d a tw o year r e i g n by t h e Ti ge r s in int e rsch o l astic l eag u e p l ay, a nd di sp layed t h e "never-say-die" s pirit of t hi s year's team. Mu c h c redit mu st go to Coac h F in k e l ste in a nd hi s a ble assi sta n t Coad l Mike Smit h for producing this year's c h ampions; dlampions both on and off t h e fie l d The S core B oa rd czc. 1 3 CHS CZc. ....... 32 BHS CZc. .. 29 6 SDAC CZc. ... 7 6 CH S CZc. ..... 1 9 6 BHS CZc. ....... 46 SDAC CZc. .. 7 AIIStars 137

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co Bark row, L. 10 R. Bruce H unt, L es F uitu re, J ohn Cotalik, Ted Hunt, L eo n ard All en, Norm H all, Larry Stanford, Charles Weber, J oe K ostick. Suol1d row: Norhert Dion ne, Bob Brochallis, J oe H atlely, Steve S mith Bill S mith Bob Arrell Ric k Willi3ffis D on K at, Steve H ebert, Slc"e B oat-mite (i\ l:"tnager). Fron l row: D o n Wigg ins, D o n Burle son, Wayne Sealey. Ange l Va squez, M ar i o Calieja, D Justic e, S. G o nzal ez, Roy Brid ges, Les Hi ghley.

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Cheerleaders CZC B arba ra, Ph y llis, J ackie, M a ry, M uneca, Camille, Marc h Leslie ( C apt.) (Co.Capt.) D'ya wanna see me jump?" at p lay!" 139

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1 40 E 1 a b e t h G u b Hoe, Hoe" c m H n d Barb:ara L ewte r

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At The Football Game 142

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Jackie L ovela d y Ph yllis C h ase I g uess I won't m a k e it!" "Beastie and Beautie" 143

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Basketball .. H ow good is you r memory? 144

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Aquadettes CZC I h ope t hey d o n't n otice m e!" "Th e y did." 145

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" W eeps!" D o 1 h ave to play?" "Here gees!" 148

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1967 Interscholastic Baseball Champions Followin g in t h e g l orious f ootsteps of its predecessors, and continuing in t h e winning ways begun by t h e football team and th e rec o rd smas hin g tra ck an d fie l d t ea m, our 1967 bJseball team brou g ht m o r e h o n o r an d prestige to t h e C'l n a l Zone College. Again combining excellent pitching and defense wit h time l y h itting and fin e run n i ng. the Dev ils fielded anoth er sta nd out nine. A l ong with capturing this year' s baseball c r own, many m e mb ers of t h e t ea m as in th e past, we r e h o nor e d by being selected to t his yea r 's All Zone B aseball T eam. W it h its vic t orious triwllp h s, the La B oca h e r oes of Coac h Mik e Smit h spurred o u t yet-to-be c rowned outsta ndin g tennis a nd basketba ll teams into t h e winner's circle as well; a nd raised t h e ove r all spi rit of t h e s ch oo l to new h e i g h ts. Fou r me m bers of Co ll eg e s r ecord smashing relay t r ack team: S. Resseler, C. Judge A. Cooper and W. Sessions. 151

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.... Thi s is h ow you h it t h e b all!" Baseball C:>-Rem embe r l ast year ? 157

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Schoo l : crowded h alls ... classrooms t h e bell an unprepared assign ment too many boo k s that a r e too thick a n e w win g no parking spaces and t h ose pretty, pin k tickets paperback books CONFUS ION "Aleman, venga :l Ia oficina." (\'
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I hav e fOllud that sit/iug ;11 It place l u her l' ),011 never Jal before ran be ill spi rin g D odie Smith One's eYeI are what OJJe iJ, Ou e's mOIl/h, whal o ne beco mes. Anon 164 It is calie,. 10 sillier ill si/ellce Jr/hen )'0/1 know someone is fila/ching. -An on.

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School: k eeping lip with every class for the first m o nth ge ttin g behind falling behind in another subject in o rder to catc h up wit h the first one g rad e car ds re-strictio n and jubila tio n mid -te rm exams term papers making out 2 nd semest e r sche dules go ing on to a Hi g h er In stitute" of le.:unin g, or a n In s titute o f Hig her Learning" asse mblies in which Dean Mur p h y dances dry seaso n the Sprin g forma l final exams in t h e au di to rium a year well worth the trouble worry and str ain a nd a future w e a r e now bett e r prepared for.

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174 GULF PETROLEUM-S.A. GUL F MAKES T H INGS R UN B ETTE R C h evro l e t C h evy II Bu ick Old smobile When shopping let Almacen "ROM I be your FIRST and LAST stop! WORLD RENOWNED COS METICS BEST FRENCH PERFUMES FINEST QUALITY LADIES LINGERIE HAND EMBROI DERED LINEN TABLECLOTHS HAND CARVED & INLAID ORIENTAL FINE GOLD JEWELRY PEARLS' WATCHES C A MERAS TRANSISTOR RADIOS ALMACEN 22-45 Ave. Central PlaIa 5 de Mayo Chevelle Corv a ir Cam a ro Opel Courte s y of Smoot And Paredes, S. A. Panama Coloh

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Curundu Flower Shop Free Deliveries to Hospitals and Locations in the Canal Zone W eddingsAnni versairesFunerals Corsages Must be Ordered Two Days in Advance for Dances Large Supply of Local and States' Flowers Just Call Balboa 2793 or Curcundu 7292 We Will Be Ready To Serve You! 175

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COLPAN MOTORS --Invites You To See The New FORD, MUSTANG FALCON THUNDERBIRD a t our showroom on t h e Transis thmi a n Hi g h way 176