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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:
UF00095973:00034


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I AM THAT FAMOUS SOLDIER OF YORE


KNOWN TO POSTERITY


"CONQUISTADOR"


SEEKER OF GOLD, SHEDDER OF GORE


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AFTER BATTLE, FEVER, HUNGER,
WHEN THE SKY WAS ROARING THUNDER,


AT LAST


FOUND MY GOLDEN STORE--


tiN CONQUISTADOR.


. . THE URGE FOR RICHES, POWER, AND FAME--
IT BURNED ME LIKE A LIVING FLAME.
REALIZING THAT I HAD LIVED AND DREAMED,


FOUND IT: GRASPED IT: WANTED MORE!


. "SERE UN CONQUISTADOR,


" I SCREAMED


ON A PEDESTAL CONDEMNED TO STAND,
OH, NOT BY THE ANCIENT SAGES GRAND,


RENOWNED


AS WAS I FOR IMMORALITY,


BUT ON THE LOWEST PLANE OF IMMORTALITY.


SO IT IS FROM THESE HEIGHTS


SAY:


"YOU ARE THE TRUE CONQUERORS OF TODAY;
YOU WHO STUDY: STRIVE: AND PAY
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Chairman of
Department


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English,


Speech,
Receives


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Drama


Dedication


for


Issue


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It seems impossible that our Miss Whitman is retiring; her youthfulness and sense of adven-
ture, her friendliness and genuine concern for others make it difficult to imagine the college
without her. Her spirited sense of purpose and direction have helped to make the college a


place we can all be proud of. Certainly her dedication to her


crafts and sullen art,


" her many


conscientious and uncomplaining services to the departments, colleagues, and


professional or-


ganizations have done much to give us all a sense of tradition and permanence.
No cloistered school marm, Miss Whitman has travelled far from the rural Nebraska of her


childhood; but she has shared her journeys through


realms of gold"


with us all by her civiliz-


ing presence and witty conversation. Extensive trips including a literary pilgrimage to England
have helped us to thrill to English classics.




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Miss Whitman has shared over twenty years with the
people of this area; she has never failed to set challenging
and rigorous performance standards for all of us. Now,
she has earned the right to be thinking of herself instead
of grading our themes.


As you enjoy life, Miss Whitman, take pride in the
skills you have taught, the values you have engendered,
and the students who have learned the art of living
from you. Know also that the administration, your
fellow teachers, and your many students will always


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The Honorable
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Chairman


Edward A. Doolan
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DR. DONALD


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Dean
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Once again it is time to reflect on the events, achievements and joys of the year and, per-
haps, some of the goals still to be realized.
As professionals in the field of education, both the faculty and administration are cognizant


of their vital role and responsibility in


preparing


to achieve


aspirations


during


this year-and in the years to come. On their behalf, let me express a deep appreciation for
the enjoyable opportunity of working with you, and the interest you have shown.
This year you, as students, have in a positive manner built on the foundation which is your
legacy from former students. Because of your efforts, you and all who will be associated with
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DR. GLENN E. MURPHY
Assistant Dean


Teachers


College,


Columbia


University


Congratulations and


attractive


thanks


are due the


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1967-68 yearbook depicting the academic


staff


extra-curricular


preparation
programs


Canal Zone College.
Special commendation is also merited by the Student Association for the many efforts made
in improving our college campus through the sponsorship of the student government, athletic,


music,
Student


drama,


student


leadership


organizations,


participation


publications,


have


other


especially


activities


outstanding.


the school


Many


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structively used their time and capabilities to insure that our mutual objectives would become
realized accomplishments of lasting value to the college administration, faculty, and student
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The office of the Registrar is a service unit acting as a liaison be-
tween the student and faculty, as well as the academic and business
world outside the college. A student's record is kept permanently and,
hopefully, will serve him well during his entire lifetime.


Besides


maintaining


the student's


academic


extra-curricular


record, the Registrar evaluates the student's progress in the College.
The office also advises students on the accreditation standing of other
colleges.
A student's record speaks for him, often more eloquently than he


can speak for himself.


The Registrar hopes that the more than 3,000


transcripts a year that the College sends to colleges and
employers help the students to attain their goals in life.


prospective


NORMAN B. ALTENBERG


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Counselors


MARGARET M. GATELY


DAVID BAGLIEN


Many times the functions of the counseling and guidance depart-
ment of a school are difficult to see. The advantage of a small college
such as ours is that not only are the counselors available, but they are


also involved in activities that you can


see. One of the first persons


you meet when you register for a new semester is a counselor.


newly organized orientation
supervisor and the counselors.


program is conducted


Do you need a schedule change?


Are you in


the dormitory


the right program?


Where will you transfer? Toward which job do' you aspire


Why are


you having so much trouble in college? These are some of the prob-
lems you can bring to your counselor. However, your counselor is not
a problem solver, but rather the person who will help you work your
problem through.
Counseling is a service the college provides so that your school life
may function a little more smoothly. Each student either full-time or






Librarians







We are extremely pleased to be housed in our new library.


library


custodians are


to be


commended


the tremendous task of moving from one building to another.


With


over


material and
challenge thi


13,000
an ever


volumes,
growing


e faculty


periodicals,


Audio-Visual


students


vertical 'file


department,


use the Instructional


Materials Center as a beginning stage for learning.
I love vast libraries; yet there is a doubt
If one be better with them or without,-
Unless he uses them wisely, and, indeed
Knows the high art of what and how to read.


At Learning


's fountain it is sweet to drink,


But 'tis a nobler privilege to think;
And oft, from books apart, the thirsting mind
May make the nectar which it cannot find.
'Tis well to borrow, from the good and great;
'Tis wise to learn; 'tis godlike to create!
J. G. Saxe, "The Library.


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Department


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Business


Education


Our new programs provide an opportunity for students to
specialize and, at the same time, enjoy a stimulating and varied
intellectual challenge within the traditional liberal arts.
The most successful men and women in business never stop


learning.


The foundation for a lifetime of useful, productive


learning is generally established by the individual's reaction to
his former educational opportunities and to the disciplines that
were imposed by them. But the full dimension of broad profes-


sional


understanding


competence


can come


years of business experience and continuous dedication to learn-
ing on the job.


SHEPARD


S. CLARK


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RUTH GIBSON


CAROLYN SWINEY


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Speech,


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English,


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The English-Speech-Drama Department of the College em-


phasizes


the importance of


English


words.


For man,


words


throughout the ages have been signal lights. More than ever
in this day of warheads and moon rockets, man depends upon
intelligent use and interpretation of those signals. In the past,
poets and philosophers have used words to illuminate truths


that have been present throughout the


philosophers,


as well


as journalists


ages.
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Modern poets and


students,


are using


words as searchlights to seek out truth from error in the ex-
plosion of modern ideas. Here, in the Canal Zone College, the


goal of our ESD


MARGARET WHITMAN
Chairman


Department is to appreciate the beauty of


words-to understand the signals of words-to use the light
of words so that we can eliminate the shadows from our minds
and illuminate our thoughts which guide our actions.


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JANET HILLIKER


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Department


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Foreign


Languages


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Fine


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In this


there is a particularly great need for the study


of foreign languages. In a shrinking world people are drawn


closer together


must


learn


to get


along with


another. Learning the languages of other cultures is a necessary
step towards understanding the people themselves.
Music, and art, like language, are integral parts of a culture
and play valuable roles in the interrelations of the peoples of
the world.


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STEPHEN R. PECK
Chairman


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Department


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Natural


Science


Mathematics,


Engineering,


and


technology


Department


Natural


Science,


Engineering-Technology


and Mathematics has expanded its facilities and curricula in the


to offer


the science-engineering-mathematics


student a solid 2 year program, and in some cases a solid 3 year
program, in these areas.
This year we present a few pertinent facts, comments, objectives
and purposes of our mathematics program to provide a reasonable
understanding of mathematics for all students so that they may
be successful in their chosen careers. In particular, for the students
of science and engineering, stress is on rigor to the extent that
it is necessary for thorough understanding and to which students


in those


classes


can profitably


assimilate.


For the


non-science


DEWITT E. MYERS
Chairman


oriented, mathematics is presented in a cultural context together
with basic manipulation.


We demonstrate


mathematics


can be


useful


in solving


problems; in particular to show the student how to: translate prob-
lems into the language of mathematics, solve the resulting equations
subject to given conditions, interpret the solutions obtained and give
the student who may wish to investigate more advanced methods
and ideas or more complicated problems and techniques an oppor-


tunity to do so.


With these ideas in mind,


we endeavor to unify


presentation


mathematics


through


a logical


orderly


approach and to give ample attention to the theory of mathematics
as well as to its application.


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Department


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Physical


Education




The physical education department aims to provide


skilled


leadership


adequate


facilities


afford an opportunity for the individual or group to act
in situations which are physically wholesome, mentally
stimulating and socially sound.


MORRIS FINKELSTEIN
Chairman


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Department


of


Social


Science


and Education.



In seeking to know ourselves, as individuals and as a species,


we are developing


compartmentalized


fields


knowledge


which


focus


their attention


directly


upon


Society.


These social sciences must provide us with sufficiently useful
knowledge of ourselves and of our societies to enable us to


live constructively


peace


ourselves


among


mankind.


There is no more challenging frontier in our time.


Education provides


us with the intellectual tools to facilitate


learning


from the experiences of


our predecessors and with


improved methods for teaching our successors what we have
learned about ourselves and our efforts to utilize our environ-
ment for our common good. Education is the mainline of com-
munication in the continuum of human experience.


CHARLES R. BOWEN
Chairman


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FLORENCE LAITMAN



WALTER MIKULICH MICHAEL SMITH


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PATRICIA BARNES


MARGARET ALLEN


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ROBERT A. KOWALSKI
Dormitory Supervisor


WINIFRED EWING
Resident Head of the Women's
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Sophomore Class

Officers


President ...................... Elizabeth Guibert


Vice-President


Ed House


Secretary ........................ Margarita Lloyd


Treasurer
Sponsor .


Carol Smith


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ERELL CLIVE ALEXIS
(Jungle Jim)
La Boca, Canal Zone
Bye Bye Birdie 2; John Brown's Body
2; Delta Psi Omega 2; Buccaneers 2
INES BALMACEDA
(Chachita)
Colon, Rep. of Panama
Drama Productions 1; Student Assistant


1, 2; Secretary,


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VIOLETA F. BARNABAS
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Business Administration

DOROTHY MAY BENSON
(Dottie)
Colon, Rep. of Panama
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JOSEPH E. BERGER
(Skip)
Salzburg, Austria


Bye Bye


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Sociology
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PAUL BEST
(Seymour)
Colon, Rep. of Panama
Engineering Science

JOSE BLASSER
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Business Administration


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Society 1, 2


1, 2; Pan American


PATRICIA ANN BOOTH
(Pat)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Foreign


Languages


Newman


Community


Collegian-Production Staff


Assistant


Spotlight


Lab Assistant
Secretary 2;
1, 2.


2; Tropical
2: Student


Editor-Language


2; Phi Theta
Girls Intramura


Kappa-
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ROBERT JAMES BOUKALIS
(Bob)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Social
Varsity Football 1


munity


2; Flag


Science
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Football


Club; Bridge Club 1; Softball 1; Christ-
mas Formal Committee 2


FRANK G. BREWSTER
(George)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


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KELVIN STEVEN BROWN
Arlington, Virginia
Art
Football (Varsity) 2

DONALD GENE BURLESON
Belleville, Illinois
Business Administration
Pilots 1; Football 1


LYNNE A. BYERLY
(Linda)
Nogales, Arizona


Foreign


L'Espirit Francaise
urer 2; Aquadettes


Languages
2; Secretary


Treas-


2; Student Assistant


CELSO ANTONIO CARBONELL
(Pochie)
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Business Administration


Phi Beta Lambda


Pan American


city 1, 2; Biological Society


CARLOS ENRIQUE CARRASCO
(Spick)
Panama, Rep. of Panama
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C. CHAPMAN


(Becky)
Mathematics
Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2
LUIS CHONG
Hong Kong, British Colony
Accounting
Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2, Treasurer, Presi-
dent; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Pan Ameri-
can Society 2


CLAUDJA ELIZBETH CLARK
(Sam Irish)
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Psychology


Pan American
Collegian 1,
Editor; Pilots


So


city 1, 2;
Conquistador
Biological S


Tropical
2; Art
societyy 2


STEPHEN PAUL CLAYBOURNE
(Steve)
Tampa, Florida
Science


Biological


Society


THOMAS GEDDES COFFIN
(Crow)
Margarita, Canal Zone
Business Administration


Freshman


Class President;


Pilots


Newman Community 1; Baseball (Var-
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ANITA PERLA CREQUE
Ancon, Canal Zone
Biology
RONALD ROSCOE CRUMP
Colon, Rep. of Panama


Accounting


Football


JOHN WILLIAM DECK
Chicago, Illinois
Political Science
Football; Intramurals
MARICELA DAMARIS
DORADO
(Mary)
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Secretarial Science


Pan American
Buccaneers


Society;


Phi Beta Lambda;


MICHAEL JOSEPH DORAN
(Mike)
Ancon, Canal Zone
Art


Newman
Birdie


Community


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VIRGINIA DUBOIS
(Gingi)
Panama, Rep. of Panama


Social


Science


French Club L'Espirit Francaise; New-
man Community
FELIPE DUNMOODIE
(Fel)
Gatun, Canal Zone
Music


Music Club; Softball


1 (Intramurals)


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LARRY WARNER DUISBERG
(Duci)
El Paso, Texas
Chemistry
Forensic Society-Vice President 1; S.A.
Executive Council 1, 2; Conquistador,
Editor in Chief 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1,
2, Pres. 2; Pilots 1, 2; Biological Society
2
MARILYN EASTMOND
(Minngi)
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Mathematics


Pilots


Chorus


2; Conquistador Staff


FEDERICO B. ELLINGTON
(Speedy)
Colon, Rep. of Panama


Social


Sciences


and English


Chorus 1, 2; Conquistador


Editor-


Classes and Administration; Student Asst.


2; Pilots 1,


2; Track and Field; Basket-


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SUSANNE EMERICK
New Westminster,
British Columbia, Canada
Behavioral Science
BONITA LAURA ENSEY
(Bonnie)
Denver, Colorado
Humanities
Pilots 1, 2; John Brown's Body 2; Bridge
Club 1; Conquistador 2, Personnel Man-


ager; S.A. Executive Council


resentative to Curriculum Committee 2


MICHAEL GENE FARROW
Princeton, Indiana
Education
Bookstore Asst. 1, 2
MARIELA ABIGAIL
FERNANDEZ
(Mari)
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Secretarial Science


Phi Beta Lambda 1,
1


2; Phi Theta Kappa


JOHN ROBERT FORESTER
Tacoma, Washington


Business


Phi Theta Kappa 1,


Varsity


Teni


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2, 3, Vice Pres. 3;
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MARY EVELYN GAINES
Hollywood, California
Behavioral Science
Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2

JAMES FRANCIS GANGLE
(Jim)
Rochester, Pennsylvania
Business
Intramural Sports 1, 2; Varsity Baseball
1


CAROL ANN GARNER
Aberdeen, Maryland
Business
Phi Beta Lambda 1; Pan American
city 1; Pilots 1
ALONSO GONZALEZ
David, Rep. of Panama
Engineering



















LEO A. GONZALEZ
(Leo)
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Engineering


Pan American


Society


Pres. 2


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Colon, Rep. of Panama
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ALEX GUADALUPE
(Alex)
Colon, Rep. of Panama
Business Administration
Yearbook Photographer 1, 2
ELIZABETH JEAN GUIBERT
(Muneca)
Ancon, Canal Zone


Foreign


Language


Cheerleader 1, 2; Freshman Class


President;
Pilot 1, 2


Sophomore Class


President;


LINDA LOU HELLMUND
Ancon, Canal Zone
Mathematics
Phi Beta Lambda 1
MARSHA SUE HELLMUND
Ancon, Canal Zone
Mathematics
Phi Beta Lambda 1


MARY LEE HENDERSON
Watertown, New York
Business
ts 1, 2, President 2; Forensic Society
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WILLIAM G. HILL
(Billy)
San Jose, Costa Rica
Education

GILBERTO A. HINDS
(Tony)
Ancon, Canal Zone
Medical Technology
Buccaneers 1, 2, 3; L'Espirit Francaise
1, 2; Biological Society 1, 2, 3; Bells are
Ringing 1; Bye Bye Birdie 2; Intramural
Soccer 1, 2; Conquistador Staff 2, 3;


Sports
2,3


Editor


3; Student


Assistant


RICHARD HOLLANDER

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Newport, Virginia
Behavioral Science


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Panama, Rep. of Panama
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Biddeford, Maine
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Ancon, Canal Zone
Biology
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CLIFFORD RICHARD
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(Cliff)
Ancon, Canal Zone
Accounting


Conquistador Staff 2
1, 2; Chess Club 1, 2


Phi Beta Lambda


DENNIS L. JOSEPHS
(Den)
Colon, Rep. of Panama
Chemistry-Biology
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Flushing, New York
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Medellin, Colombia
Medical Technology
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KATHLEEN FRANCES LITTON
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Panama, Rep. of Panama
Social Science


ALLAN ALRICK LOVELL
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Colon, Rep. of Panama
Biology
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Colon, Rep. of Panama
English


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Maryland, Virginia
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Hyderabad Sind, India


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Biloxi, Mississippi
Hello Out There 1; Biological Society


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Brooklyn, New York
Behavioral Science
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McRoberts, Kentucky


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Waltham, Mass.


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Flagstaff, Arizona
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PANIZA
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Medical Technology
Biological Society 2, Vice-President


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Brooklyn, New York
Engineering


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Reno, Nevada
Engineering


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Cristobal, Canal Zone
Foreign Languages
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Richmond, Virginia


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Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas
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Cristobal, Canal Zone
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Colon, Rep. of Panama
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Colon, Rep. of Panama
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La Boca, Canal Zone
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Washington, D.C.
Education


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Panama, Rep. of Panama
Biology


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Colon, Rep. of Panama
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Cristobal, Canal Zone
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Panama, Rep. of Panama
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La Grange, Georgia
Business Administration
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Oakland, California
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Ft. Lewis, Washington
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Fukuoka, Japan
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Miami, Oklahoma
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New York


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Panama, Rep. of Panama
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Co-Editor


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ADVERTISEMENTS
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Jerri Hunt


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. Benilda Atherley
Margaret O'Connell
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I AM THAT FAMOUS SOLD IER OF YORE KNOWN TO PO S TERITY AS "CONQUISTADOR" SEEKER OF GOLD S H EDDER OF GORE O H YES. "ERA L1l CONQUISTADOR." AFTER BATTLE FEVER HUNGER W H EN THE SKY WAS R OARING THUNDER AT LAST I FOU N D MY GOLDE STORE FOUND IT : G RASPED IT : WA TED M ORE! . THE URGE FOR RICHES POWER AND FAME IT B U RNED ME LIK E A LIVING FLAME. REAlIZ I G THAT I HAD LIVED A D DREAMED ... SERE UN CO QUISTADOR, I S C REAMED ON A PEDE STAL CONDEM.NED TO STAND, OH, NOT BY THE ANCI EN T SAGES GRAND, REI OWNED AS WAS I FOR IMMORALITY BUT ON T H E LOWEST PLANE OF SO IT I S FROM THESE HEIGHTS I SAY : "YOU A R E THE T RUE CONQUERORS OF TODAY; YOU W H O STUDY: STR IVE: AND PAY TRIB UTE TO KNOWLEDGE: QAI N / DEny.

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4 The la t e r e l e m e ntary sch o o l i n B a lboa 1 9 t 5 From Wood Cana l Zone's firs t s c hool at G o r g on a 1 9 0 4 B a lboa Ele m e ntar y g ets a n e w ann e x 1 939

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First conc rete school was Ancon E lementa r y 19 1 8 Today', E l eme n tary Sch oo l a r e beautifu l to be h o ld B a l boa E l eme n tary, 1 965 To Con c r ete Next, Ped r o Mi g uel E l ementary School moves into new quarters 1920 5

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From Adolescence The Cougars' home at the Curundu Junior High School The Bulld ogs' home at the Balb oa High School 6

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To Young Adulthood rIII III ... ---T I I 13-1'-6 (loi PANAMA cAilAL. Canel Zone Junior College, Balboa, Canal Zone. December 14, 1939. Part of Balboa High Was Our Home: Home of the Green Devil s

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10 Col o n e l Geo r ge W. Goethals First Governor of the Canal Zone From Past Theodo r e Roosevel t President w h e n the canal was built Dean Hosl e r First Dean of the Canal Zone Colle ge

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Genera l W a lter P. L eber Governor of t h e Cana l Zone To Present L y ndon Baines J ohnso n President of t h e United States Dean Donald W. Skinner Dean of the Caml Zone College II

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12 Miss Margaret Whitman, Chairman of the Departmen t of English Speech and Dr ama Receives the Dedication for the 1967-1968 Issue of Conquistador. It seems impossible th at our Miss Whitman is retir ing; h er youthf ulness and sense of adven ture h er friendliness and ge nuine concern for others make it difficu l t to imagine the co llege without h er. Her spir i ted sense of purpose and dir ect i on h ave h e l ped to make the college a p l ace we can all be proud of. Ce rt ainly h e r d edica tion to her "craf t s a nd s ullen art," her man y consci entious and uncompl a inin g serv i ces to the departments colleagues, a nd professiona l o r ga nizations ha ve done much to g ive us all a sense of tradition and pe r manence No cloistered sch ool marm Miss W hitm an has t ravelled far from th e ru ra l Nebr aska of her c hil dhood; but s he has s h a r e d h e r j ourneys throug h rea lm s of go ld with u s all b y her civilizing presence and w i tty conversatio n Exte n sive tr ips includin g a lit erary pilg rima ge to Eng land have helped uS to thrill to Englis h classics.

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Miss Whitman has s h a r e d ove r twenty years with the people of t his a r ea; s h e has n eve r failed to set c hallenging a nd rigo r ous pe r formance standards f o r all of us. Now, s h e has earned the rig h t to be thinkin g of h e rself instead of grading our t h emes. A s you en joy life, Miss Whitman, take p rid e in the s k ills you have taug ht, the values you ha ve engendered, and t h e students w h o h ave l earned th e art o f livin g f rom you. Know also that the administr ation, your fellow teache rs, and your many students will always t hink of you as a friend. 13

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ADMINISTRA TI ON A N D F A ____ C U L T Y 17

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18 Dr. Frank A. Castles SUPERINTENDEN T OF U.S SCHOOLS

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A d v s o r y C o u n c C a n a l Zone Colleg e Carl J Browne Patrick J. Conley George V Richards The H o n orab l e C harles A. Garcia Chairman J osep h Clark A l fr e d o C r agwell Fr a nk A Castles Ex-officio Edward A. D oo l an ViceChairmal1 J Foste r Collin s Arthur J. O'Leary D ona ld W. Skinner Serretary

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20 DR. DONALD W. SKINNER Dean Ed. D., New York University Once a g ain it i s time to reflect on the events, achievements and joys of the year and, per haps some of the g oals sti ll to be realized As professi o n a l s in the field of education both t he facu lt y and administration are cogniz ant of their vital role and responsibility in preparin g you to a c hieve your aspi rat i ons during this year-and in th e years to come. On their behalf, l et me exp r ess a deep appreciation for the e njoyable o pportunity of working wit h you a n d the interest you h ave shown. Thi s year you a s students have in a pos iti ve manner built on the foun d atio n which is your l eg acy from f orme r students Because of you r efforts you and all w h o will be associated with the C ollege i n t h e future will g ain in stature Sot h ank you for sha rin g the profitable experien c e o f this year w hich thi s fine yearbook chronicles for all of u s T o th ose of you w h o w ill n o t be returnin g here in the fall we h ave enjoyed the a ssociatio n and w i s h you co ntinu e d s uccess in fll t ure endeav ors.

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DR. GLENN E. MURPHY A ssis tant Dean Ed. D., Teachers Colle g e Columbia University Con g ratulations and thanks are due the Conqui s tad o r staff f o r the preparation of the attractive 1 967 -68 yearbook depictin g the academ i c and extra curricular programs of the Canal Zone Colle g e Spe c i a l commendation is also merited by the Student Association for the m any efforts made in improving Our college campus through the sponsorship o f th e student government ath letic, music, drama student organizations, publications and other act i v i t ies of the school year. Stud e nt leadership and participation have been espe cia lly outstanding. Many have con s tru c tively their time and capabi lities to insure that ou r mutual objectives would become realized acc o mplishments of lastin g valu e t o th e college administration faculty and student b ody. We h o pe that each student has made definite prog r ess toward his educationa l goa l s b y at tendin g th e Canal Zone College. Our be st wis hes for success in the future go with eac h of you who will be l eaving o ur campus at the end of this year 21

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NORMAN B. ALTENBERG 22 Registrar T h e office of t h e R eg i s tr ar i s a ser vice unit acting as a liaiso n between the student and facu lty, as well as th e academic and business world outside t h e college. A st ud e nt' s record i s kept permanently and, hopefully will serve him well durin g his e ntii e lifetime Besides maintainin g the shlde nt' s aca demi c a nd extra-cu rricular record the R eg i stra r evaluates the st ud e nt' s progress in t h e College. The office a lso adv i ses shl d e nt s o n the acc r e dit ation standing o f other colleges. A student's record speaks for him o ft e n m ore eloquently than he can spea k f or him self. The R eg i strar h opes th a t the more than 3,000 transcripts a year th at the Colle ge send s t o colleges a nd prospective employers h e l p the students to attain t h e ir goa l s in life.

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Coun selors MARGARET M GA TEL Y D AVID BAGLIEN Many times th e fun c ti o n s of t h e counseling a nd guidance d epa rt m e nt o f a sch oo l are difficul t t o see. The a d va nt age of a small college s u c h a s o ur s i s tha t n o t o n l y a r e th e counsel o r s avai l able but they are also inv o l ve d i n acti v ities t h a t you can see One of t h e fir s t pe r so n s you m ee t w h e n you re g i s t e r f o r a n ew semest e r i s a coun selor. T h e n ew l y org ani z ed o rient atio n p rog ram i s condu c t e d b y t h e d ormitory s u pe r v i so r a nd t h e cou nse l o rs. D o you ne e d a sche du l e cha n g e ? A r e you in the right pro g ram? \ V h e r e w ill you t ran sfe r ? T oward whic h j o b do you aspire? Why are you having so mu c h troub l e in college? These a r e so m e of t h e prob l e m s you can b ring t o your co unsel or. H oweve r you r cou nselor i s not a pr o b l e m so l v e r, but r ather th e p e rson w h o w ill h elp y o u wo rk y o ur p roble m thr o u g h C o unseling i s a servi ce th e college provid e s so that ),our sch oo l life rna)' fun ctio n a littl e m ore s m oothly. Eac h s tudent either full'time or p a rt tim e i s e ncour a g ed t o use t h e service s of th e c o un s e lo r s to the de gree n ecessary t o so lve his indi v idu a l pr o blem 23

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JOSEPH P. KANE GARY T. PET ERSON 24 Librarians We a r e extreme l y pleased to be h oused in o ur n ew libr ary The libr ary staff and custodians are t o be co mmended for th e tremendous task of moving from one building to anot her. With Over 13.000 vo lumes, 345 p eriodicals, vertical "file materi a l and an ever growing Aud io-Vi s ual dep a rtm e nt w e challenge the facu lty and students to use the In str u ctiona l M ater i a l s Cente r as a beginning stage for learnin g. I l ove vast l ibraries; yet there is a doubt If one be better wit h them o r w ith o ut Un less he uses them w isely, and, indeed Knows the hig h art of w hat and how to read. At Learning's fountain it i s sweet to drink, But 't i s a nobler privilege to think; And oft from books apa rt the thirsting mind Ma y make the nectar which it cannot find. Ti s well to b orrow, from t he goo d and g re at; 'Tis w ise to l ea rn; tis go dlike to c r ea te! J G. Saxe The Libr ary." DANIEL ATENCIO

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26 Departmen t of Business Education SHEPARD S. CLARK Chairman ART HUR A. HONEA Our new programs provide an opportunity for students to specialize and, a t the same time, en joy a stimulating and varied intellectua l cha llenge w ithin the traditiona l l ibera l arts. The most successful men and women in business never stop l earning The foundation for a lifetime of usefu l productive l earning is g enerally establis h ed by the individua l' s r eact ion to his former educational opportun i ties and to the disciplines that we r e imposed by them. But the full dimension of broad profes s i ona l und erstandin g and competence can come on l y wit h years of business experience and continuous dedication to learn ing o n the job. SHARON]. S HAW

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RUTH GIBSON CAROLYN SWINEY Well how did I do it last year ? D o y o u mean it's so e asy? 27

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28 MARGARET WHITMAN Ch ainna n JOHN MARSHALL D e partment of English Spe ech and Drama. The Englis h-Speech-Drama Department of the Colle g e em phasizes the importance of Engli s h words. For man, words through o ut the age s have been sig nal lig hts. More than ever in this day of warheads and moon rockets man depends upon intelligent use and interpretati o n of tho s e sig nals. In the past, poets and philosopher s have use d w ords t o illuminate truths that have been pre s ent throu g hout the a ges. Modern poets and philosophers as well a s journalists and students are using words as searchli g hts to seek out truth from error in the explosion of modern ideas. Here in the Canal Zone Colle ge, the goa l of our ESD Department is to appreciate the beauty of words-to understand th e sig nal s of words to use the lig ht of words so that we can eliminate the s had o w s fr o m our minds and i llu minate our thou g hts whi c h g uide our actions. DAVID LOMMEN

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STEPHEN R. PECK C h airman CARL H. C H A PMAN 30 Department of Foreign L a nguages and Fine Arts. [n this age there i s a pa r t i c ul arly g reat n eed for the study of for e i g n lang ua ges. In a shri nkin g world people are drawn closer to gethe r and they must learn t o g et a l o n g w ith one a n ot h er. Learnin g the l a n guages o f o ther cultures is a nece ssary step to wa rds understandin g the peop l e themselves. Music and a rt lik e lan g u age, are int egra l parts of a culture and play valuab l e ro les in th e int e rr e l atio n s o f the peop les of the world CLINTON C. CARNE Y DONALD R WILCOX

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32 DEWITI E MYERS Chairman CHARLES COURC HAI NE Department of Natural Science Ma thematics Engineering and Technology The D epartme nt of Natural Science Enginee rin g -Technology and M athematics h as expa nd ed its facilities and curricula in the past year to offer the science-en ginee ring-m a th emat ics oriented s tud ent a solid 2 year program and in some cases a so lid 3 year pro g r am, in these areas. Thi s year we pr ese nt a few pertin e nt fa cts, comments, object ives and purposes of o ur m a thematics program t o provide a reasonab l e und ers t a ndin g of mathematics for all s tudent s so th a t they may be s uccessful in their c h osen careers. In particular for the students of scie n ce a nd eng in ee rin g, stres s i s on rigor t o the extent that it is necessary for thorough understandin g and t o which s tudents in those classes can profitably assimilate. For the non-science orien t ed, m at hematics is presented in a cultural context together w i t h basic manipulation. \Y/e demonstrate h ow mathematics can be useful in so lvin g problems; in particular to s h ow the student h ow to: tr a n s late prob lem s int o the l a n g u age of mathematics so lve the resulting equations sub j ect to g i ve n cond itio ns, the so luti o n s obtained and g ive the s tud e nt w h o may wish to inve st i g ate more advanced methods a nd ideas o r m ore co mplicat e d p ro b l ems and technique s an oppor-. t unity to do so. \Xf ith these ideas in mind we endeavor t o unify the presentation of mathematics through a lo gic al and orderly approa c h a nd t o g ive ample attention to the the o r y of mathematics as well as to its application. DONNA STA IR LYLE JENKINS

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GORDON S. SMALL RAYNOND N. DA VJDSON ... I still can't see h ow 7 #YI i s equal to (-53(7Y2#%!!! 33

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34 D e p a rtment of Physical Education MORRIS FIN KELSTEIN Chairman PATRICIA A LEHMA N The physica l eclucation department aim s to provide s killed leadership and a dequate facilities which will afford an opportunit y for the individual o r g roup to ac t in s ituati ons w hi c h are p hysi cally w h o l esome mentally st imul ating and so c iall y so und. r,.i ..... -. -J O HANN G M EYER

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3 6 CHARLES R BOWEN Chairma n RUS SELL W. ANNIS, Ph D Department of Social Science and Education -I n seeking to know ourselves as individuals and as a species, we are developin g compartmental i zed fields of knowled g e which focus their atte nti on direct l y upon Man and Society. These social science s must provide us wit h sufficiently useful knowled g e o f ourselve s and of our s ocieties to enab l e us to live construct i ve l y a nd at peace w ith ourse l ves and a m o n g mankind. There is no more challen ging frontier in our time. Education provides us wit h t h e int ellectua l tools to facilitate l ea rnin g from the exper i ences of our predecessors and with improved methods for teachin g our successo r s w h at we have learned ab o ut ourselves and our efforts to utili ze o ur environ ment for our common g ood. Education is t h e mainline of communicati o n in the continuum of human exper ien ce. CLARENCE R VOSBURGH

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FLORENCE L A ITMAN WALTER M IK ULIC H MICHAEL SMITH Happin e s s peace, l ove beauty ... ? H e r e again. SO m uch fo r t h lt. 37

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Secretaries C LAUDI A LAWTON PATRICI A BARNES MARGARET ALLEN D o you bel ieve s h e's working? ... Oh yes s he is! 38

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"MARVELLA IlALMAS Bookstore That'll be S I ,968, pl e ase. WELCOME!

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44 Sophomore Class Officers Presidelll Vice-Presid e llt Elizabet h Guibe rt Ed Hou se See relary ........................ Margarita Lloyd Treasur er. . . . . . . . . .. Carol Smith SpolISor Mr. D onald W ilc ox

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45 ERELL CLIVE ALEX I S (Jungle J im) L a Boca, Canal Zone Bye Bye Birdie 2; John Brown's Dody 2; D elta P si OmegJ 2; Buccaneers 2 INES BAUIACEDA (C hach ita) COIOIl, R ep. of Panama Drama Productions I; Student Assistant I 2; Secretary, Delta Psi Omega 2; Bye B}'c Birdie; John Brown's Body 2 VIOLETA F. BARNABAS P a n ama, R ep. of P Jn3ffia BmilleJJ Administration DOROTHY MAY BENSON ( Dottie) Colon, R ep. of P a nama M alhelllalics J OSEP H E. BERGER ( Skip) S:dzburg, Austria Sociology Bye Bye Birdie I ; V olleyball (101m> murals) I; Football ( I nlt3mufals) I, 2; F ootball Varsity I, 2; All Zone 1967; l\laster of Ceremonies-Prom '67; Men's D orm S.A. Representative 2; Captain F oolooll 2 ROBERTA BERGER (Bobbie) San FrancisGO, California Pil ots 1; Chorus I; Newman Community 1,2; Aqu3delles 1,2

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4b P AU L BES T (Se)'mour) Co l o n R ep. of P a n ama Enginee rin g Science J OSE B LASSER P a n ama, R ep. of P ana m a BIIS;1IeSS Admillisll'fltioll P hi Beta L ambda 1 2; P an A merican Society 1,2 P A TR I CIA ANN BOOTH ( P at) A neon, Canal Zone F o r e i g n wlIg llrlf!,es Newman Commu n ity 1, 2; T ropica l Cotle,gian-Productio n Staff 2; Stude n t Assistant Spotlig h t Editor-L anguage Lab Assi stant 2; Phi Th eta KappaSecretary 2; Girls I ntramura l Sports 1,2. R O BERT J AM E S BO U K ALIS ( B ob) A n con, Cana l Zone Social Science V arsity Footb:111 1 2; Newman C ommu n ity 1, 2; F lag F ootball 1 ; C h ess Cl ub; Bridge Club 1 ; Softball 1 ; C h rist mas Forma l Committee 2 FRANK G. B REWSTE R (George) P a n a ma, R ep. of P anama Mathematics P ilots 2 E DUARDO N. B ROWN A n co n Can a l Zone

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KELVIN STEVEN BROWN Arlington, Virginia /lr' F OOlball (Varsity ) 2 DONALD GEl E BURLESON B elleville, Illin ois B miJleu At/milliJlra/ioll Pil ots I ; Fo otball I LYNNE A. BYERLY ( Linda) Noga les, Arizona F orelgll lAnguages L'Espirit Fr::ancaise 2; Secretary Treas urer 2; A quadeHes 2; Student A ssista nt 2 C ELSO ANTON I O CA HBONELL ( Poch i e) P anama, R ep. of Panama B m;lJeJJ AdmimJlrtlt;oll Phi Beta L am bda 2; P an American So ciety I 2; Biologica l S oc iety 2 CA RLO S ENR IQUE CAH R ASCO (Spick) P anama, R ep. of P a n a m a Eng/isb and O,.t/l1/a Newmln Community I 2; Delra Psi 2; D eb:uc Club I, 2; Im3ginary In\alid 2: Br e B )'e Birdie 2; Student Directed 2 GEORGE \XI. CASE Junior Olkbnd, California Fo otl 1; Gun Club 1 47

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4S REBECCA C. C HAPMAN (Becky) M athematics Phi Theta Kappa 1 2 LU I S C HONG Hong K ong. Briti s h Co l o ny Accol/II/ing Phi B ela Lambd a I 2, T reasure r Pr esi d en!; Phi Theta Kappa 1,2; Pan Arn e ric:m Soc i ety 2 CLAU D I A ELlZBETI 1 C LARK (Sam I ris h ) P a n ama, R ep. of P a nama P sycho l ogy Pan Am erican S oc iety I, 2; T r o pica l C olleg i a n I 2; C o n quist ad o r 2 ; Art E ditor; PilOis 2; Bio l ogic a l Soc i ety 2 STEP HEN PAUL CLAYBOURNE (Steve) T ampa, Flor ida Sci e nce Bio l ogica l S ocie t y I 2 THOMAS GEDDES COFFI N (Crow) M a rglrit a Cana l Zon e BlI silleJ! AdmilliJ/ralioli Freshm a n Cla ss Presi d e nt ; P ilots I ; Newman C o mmunity 1 : Baseb all (Varsity ) I ; Bas k el b:Jll (Vatsil}' ) 1; Studen t A ssoc i at i o n President 2; Stude nt Assistant 1,2 MARS H A ANNE CRECE LI US Sal e m Oreg on B eb,wiomi Scienc e Freshman Pr o m Queen; I lall o r Fame 2; Spo rts D:ty-All Z o ne 1 ; B ye Bye Bir die I ; Conquistador Sldf 2

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ANIT A PERLA CREQUE Ancon, Cana l Zone D iology RONALD ROSCOE CRUMP Co l o n Rep o f Panama AUOllnlil1g Football JOHN WILLIAM DECK Chicago, Illinois P oli/;cal Science Football ; Intramu r als MARIC ELA DAMARIS DORADO ( M ary) Panama, Rep. or Panama S ecre/arial Science Pan American S oc iety; Phi B el3 L ambd a; Bucc aneers MI CHAEL J OSEPH DORAN (Mike) Ancon Canal Zone Art Newman Communit}' 1 2; Bye B ye Birdie JOSEPH Ma cARTHUR DOW'NER M (Joe) Col on, Rep of Panama B e/;fIl ioml S(lel1Ce Chorus 1 2; S oftbllli ntramuniis I Mu sic Club I Presidenc 49

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50 VIRGINIA D U BO I S (Gingi) P a nama Rep of Panama S o rial Sci e nce French Club L'E spirit Francaise; New man Communit) FELIPE DUNMOODIE (FeI) Gatun, Cana l Zone M lfJic Music Club; Softball 1 ( I ntramura [s) LARRY WARNER DUI SBERG (Duei) EI Paso Texas Chemist,.y F orensic Society-Vice Pre side nt 1; S.A Executive C o uncil I, 2; Con quistado r Editor in Chief 2 ; Phi Theta Kappa I, 2 Pr es. 2; Pilots I 2; B i ological Society 2 MAR ILYN EASTMOND (Minngi) Panama Rep of Panama Mathematics Pil ots 2; Chorus 2; Conquistador Staff 2 FEDERICO B ELLING TON (Speedy) Co l on, Rep. of Panama Social Sciences and Eng lish Chorus 1 2; Co n quistado r 2; EditorCla sses and Administrati o n; Student Asst. 2; Pil ots 1 2; Trac k and Field; Basket ball ; Volleyball ; Softball; Flag Foot. ball. C HERYL ANN ELLIS (Cherry) Colon, R ep. o f Panama S(}(;al Science and English The V aliant 2; The Bells are Rin g ing 2 ; Music Club I, 2; Drama Club 1 2 J . . f

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SUSANNE EMER I C K New Westminste r Briti s h Columbia, Canada Behavi oral Science BONITA L AURA ENSEY (Bonnie) Denver Co l orado Hum anitieJ Pilots I 2; J o hn Brown's Body 2; Bridge Club t; Conquistador 2, P erso nn e l Man ager; S A Executive Counci l 2; Rep. r esentat i ve to Curriculum Comm i ttee 2 MICHAEL GENE FARROW Princeton, Indi a n a Edllcatioll Booksto r e A sst. 1 2 MARIELA ABIGAI L FERNANDEZ (Mari) Panama Rep. of Panama Seaet arial S cience Phi Bela Lambda I, 2: Phi Theta Ka ppa 1 JOHN ROBERT FORESTER T acoma, Washington Bwinell Administration Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2. 3, Vi ce Pres 3; V arsity Tennis 2; Who's Who in American Junior Colleges JOHN GABLE Ogden, Utah Social Science In tramurals I 2; Var sity Basketball; Phi Beta Lambda Vi ce Pres I 2; Pilots 2 51

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52 MARY EVELYN GAI NES H ollywood, California Be/J(JlI;oral Science Ph i Thera K appa 1 2 JAMES FRANCIS GANGL E (Jim ) Rochest e r P ennsylvania BIIJjness Int r amural SpOrlS I 2; V3r sit ) B ase ball 1 CAROL ANN GARNER Ab e rd ee n Mary l and BmineJ1 Phi Beta Lambda I ; Pan American Society I ; Pilo t s I A LONSO GONZALEZ David, Rep. of Panama Engin ee rin g LEO A GONZALEZ (Leo) Panama, Rep_ o f P a nama Engineering P an Ame r ican Soc i ety I 2, Pres. 2 LEONORA A NTONI A GORDON (Toni) P a nama, Rep. of P anama BIISilleJJ Adlllillislralioll Phi Beta Lambda 2; Pi l ots 2

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J UNE L. GREAVES (Ju a nita) C o lon, R ep. o f P a n a m a B e h f wiorfl/ S c i e nce Ch orus 1, 2

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54 ALEX GUADALUPE (Alex) Co l o n R ep. o f P a n ama BIIS;neSJ A dm i nistration Yearbook Ph otograp h e r 1,2 ELIZABETH JEAN GUIBERT ( Mun eea) An con Cana l Zone F o reign umgurlge Cheerleader 1 2; Fr es h ma n C l ass VicePresident; Sophom o re C l ass Pr es ident; Pilot 1 2 LINDA LOU HELLMUND An con, Cana l Zone Malhema/;a Phi B e l a lambda I MARSHA SUE HELLMUND Ancon, Cana l Zone iHathematics Phi B eta Lambda 1 MARY L EE HENDE RSO N W ate r town, New York B lIsines! P ilots 1 2, Pres i dent 2; F orens i c Society I 2; Y earbook Staff; Student A ssista nt 2 LESLIE E. HIGHLEY ( L es) Cana l Zone BIIS;l1eJJ Admiu;slral;ol1 In tramu r a l F oot ball 1, 2; Baseba ll All Zone I 2; V arsity Bas k et ball 1,2; Foot b all, All Zone I 2

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WILLIAM G. HILL (Billy) San J ose, Costa Rica tINca/i oll G ILB ERTO A HINDS ( T ony) An co n Cana l Zon e lII,d/{al Techn olog y B uccaneers I 2. 3; L 'Espirir Francaise I 2; Society 1 2, 3; Bells a r e J; Bye Bye Birdie 2; Intr amura l Soccer I 2; Conquistador Staff 2, 3; Sports Ed i t o r 3; Student Assistant 1 2, } RI'CHARD HOLLANDER EDWARD BAILEY HOUSE JR. (Ed) Newport, Virginia B eha'zlioral Science Pil ots (Executi v e C o unci l ) 2; Sop h omo r e Class Vice-P res iden t; Student Assi sta nt I, 2 ; Int ramu r a l Sports 1 2; Newman C o mmun ity 2 GARY S HUTCHISON ( Kiss and Run) P anama, R ep. of P anama Eng ineerin g Student A ssista nt 2 ; Bye Bye Birdie 1 ; Band 2 JERRILYNN HUNT (Jerri) Anco n Ca n a l Zone S e c o ndary Edu c ati o n Freshman Class SecreI3f) ': Pil o ts 1 2; I ntramural Sports 1, 2 ; S A Treasurer 2; B)' e B)'c Birdie 1 ; ludent Assistant I 2; Ban q uet and Pr o m C o mm 1 ss

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56 DENNIS ALVIN IZQUIERDO Biddeford M aine H i s / o,.y ROBERT G. JACKMAN (Cousey) An con. Canal Zone Biolog y L'E sp ir it Francaise 1 2; Biologic!! So ciety I 2; Pil ots 1 C LIFFORD RICHARD JEMMOIT JR (Cliff) Anc on, Canal Zone Accollnt ing Conquistador Staff 2; Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2; Chess Club 1 2 DENNIS l. J OSEPHS ( D e n) Co lo n, Rep. of Panama Che mi stry -Bi o logy l 'Espirit F rancaise 2, 3, President 2, 3; Ph i Theta Kappa; Who' s Who in Amer i can J unior C o lle ges EVEREIT JUSTICE MARY KIENZLE Flu s hin g New Y ork ElIglhh and S ocia l Science Newman C o mmunity 2, Presid ent 2 ; Phi Th eta K appa I 2 ; D elta P s i Omega I 2, Treasurer 2; \'Q'ho's Who in American J uni o r Colleges 1967; Pilots 1,2

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MAR GA RITA LLOYD Medellin, Colombia M etiiCfz/ B uccaneers 1,2; Chess Club V Pres. I ; Pan Am erican C lub 2; Bio logical S oc iety 2; Sop h o m o r e Class Pres. 2 KATHLEEN FRA CES LITTON ( Kath y) P anama, Rep. of P a nama S oc;,t/ Science ALLAN ALR I C K LOVELL (A l ito) Co l o n R ep. of Panama Bio logy Jun ior V ,lrsity 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Con quistador Staff 2 Ll Z I A Z L V Co l o n Rep of P a nama E1Ig iish Student Ass!. 2; P a n Ameri can Society 1,2 KAREN JEA ETTE McGEE Ivlaryland Virginia BII s ineJJ SALVADOR MARENGO ( h orrera, Rep of Panama Che mi s'"y Chess Club 1 2 57

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58 SATBAMA NAREINDAS MAYANI "Sarita" H),der a b a d Sind India Eng/i1h, S o rial Science SUSAN ANN MEEBOER (Susie) Biloxi Mississippi H ello Ou t Th ere 1 ; Biol ogica l Society 1 2; L'Espi ril Francaise 2, Vice Presi d ent 2; Phi Theta K appa I 2; Int ramural Sports BERNARD C HARLES MANS (Bernie) Brookl)'n New Y ork B e h avio ral S c i e n ce ELIZABETH JOAN MYGATT (Beth) McRoberts, K e ntu c ll' Sorial Science Tr op ical Coliegia n 2 CONNIE L. NELMS (Connie) W a ltham Mass. Sorial Science Cheerieadin g 2; Bridge Club 2; A qua. dettes 2; Studen t A ssistant 2 FREDERICK C. N ICOLAISEN (Nick) Margarita Canal Zon e P sycho l og y Bye Bye Birdie 1 ; C.Z c. Band 1: Choru s 1 2; Th e Seve n Cs; Stud ent A ss istan t I ; Mu sic Club I 2

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YVONNE BARBARA PADILL A Flagstaff, Ariz o na B e havioral S cience Delta P s i 2; Con qu istador Staff I 2; Pil ots I, 2; S .A R epresentat i ve 2; Chri stmas F or mal Princ ess 1 ; Bye Bye Birdie 1: S A Executi v e C o uncil 2 GLOR IELA DE LOURDES PANI ZA Panama, R e p of Panama M edica/ T e(hn%gy Bio l og i cal Society 2, Vi cePr es ident ANDREW VINCENT PAGE Brooklyn, New Y or k Eng il/eerin g Rifle Club I 2, Secr etary I ; Chess Clu b 1.2 REAGAN A. PA GE (Th e Burgundy Baron) Reno, Nevada Eugineeril1[; Varsity Track I 2; Varsity B ase ball I 2; L ettermen C l ub I, 2; Newman Com munity 2; Pu b lic Rela t i ons Officer ROBERTO A PEART (Bob) Cristobal, Cana l Zone F oreign Lan g llflges Biological Society 1 2; l'Espirit Franeai se 2, Mini ste r o f Foreig n Affairs 3; Pr om C o mmittee 1 ; Soph o m o re P icnic Committee 2. As st. C h airman; Pil ots 2, 3; Student A sst. 2, 3; Con q uistad o r Staff 2, 3, Asst. Ed.-Cla sses and Adminisua< tio n 3 OLGA PIGGOTT (Ol iguita) Panama, Rep of P anama Pil o ts 2; Buccanee rs 1 2 59

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bO JOA N QU INN Ric hmond, Virginia S o r;al ScienceJ ELSA M ARIA R AMOS (Ceta) Ft. L eavenwo r t h K a nsas B i o lo g y Newm:m Community I 2; P ilots 1; Bio logical Society I 2 CELIA MARIA REID (Cee) C r istobal, Canal Zo n e BucC:lnee r s I ; L 'Espiril Francaise 2 FAY RENWICK Co l o n R ep. of Panama A I ( I/hematicI Chorus I 2; P ilots 2; Student A ss!. 2 PEDRO P. RODRI GUEZ P a n ama, R e p o f P a nam a E n g ineering SDAC Varsity Basketball; Pan-American Society 1 2, 3, Pres i dent 2; P ilots 1,2 RIC H ARD MELBERT R OPER ( B ert) Ft. Benning, Georgia B e havi oral Science Delta P si Omega 2

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1. ANGEL A OLGA R OLDAN (Angie) Colon, R ep. of P a n:ln1:l S erretm"lft/ SCIence Phi Betl lambda 2 H ENRY L R OSE JR La B oca, Cana l Zone Biolog) Pan-American Society; Conquistado r S13({ STEVEN ROZZEL L E Wa s h ington, D .C. Education V a r sity Track, Co-Capt:J.in I 2; V a r sity Baseball, All Zone Te:lm 1 2 NAJMAN ROZENBAUM P a nama R e p. of P anama Biology Bic/agio! Society 2; P an-America n Soci ety 2 PR ISCILLA M SANCHE Z C o l o n R ep. of P a n ama EngliJh L 'Espiril Francaise 1 ; Phi Theil K appa I 2; D or m Counci l ROBERT EDWI N SANDERS ( B ob) M a rgarita, Canal Zon e B usiness AdmilliSlrnliOIJ 61

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62 SANDR A S HIRLEY DA VID RANDE L S IMMONS ( R a ndy) O a k H a rbor \Xlas h i n gto n B ehavio r a l S cie n ce Phi B e l a L ambda I 2 VESTA L ANTHONY S IMMS ( T o n y) Cristob a l Can a l Zon e M a th e ma t ics E D UARDO RO BERT O S T EELE (Edd i e) Panama, Rep. of Panama M a th e m a tics Chess Club I 2 REBECCA ANN S TEPH ENS (Beck y) Ft R i ley, K ansas PreM ed. SANDRA LU ISA SUA R EZ ( S a nd y ) P anama, R e p o f Panama Aceo/lIlli u g Phi Beta Lambda I 2; P i l O I s I, 2 ; P a n Ame rican Society J 2

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. ... 0; -LAURA ANN TOWNSEND ( Lady) Panama, Rep. of P a nama Chemistry Biol ogica l Society 2; Secretary. Tre3su r e r ; Pil ots 2 A LTON C L YCE WARD (A I ) La G range, Georgia Business Administr atio n Football 1 SUSAN W ILFERD ( M yke) Oak l a nd Cal ifo rni a English J A MES MI C HAEL WILHM (J im) Ft. Lew i s Wash i n gto n PhYJica/ Science Bio logical S o c iety 2 MA RGA RET J. WILLIAMSON ( P eggy) Fukuo ka, J apa n MalhemalicJ Phi T heta K appa 1 2; Newman Community I 2; S .A R ep. 2; Most Intell ectual 2 LIN D A F W O O D RUFF (Wood ie) San Antonio Texas Ellglish-Speech-Drrlll1a Freshman Class T r easurer; S.A. Sec.; Delta Psi Omega I 2, Pres. 2 ; Bye Bye Birdie 1; J ohn Brown's Body; Buc caneers I 2 ; College Instrum enta l G r oup 2; ?o,' [ usic Club I ; C o n quistado r Staff I 2 63

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64 PA TR I CIA ELIZ ABETH WOEG ENS ( P a t) T o kyo, J apa n Mil/he m atin Pil ots 1 ; C h eerlead e r I 2 ; Stude n t A s s i stant 2 DA VID L E E WYMAN Miami, Okla h oma B eba v i o r a l Sci e nc e NANCY LEE YORK N e w Y o rk Soci a l Science Cheerleading 2 NEREIDA MARIA VASQUEZ (Nett i e ) Panama, R e p of Panama F o reign LAngu a g e N ew m a n C o mmunity I, 2; Pil ots I, 2; S tudent A sst ; C o n quistado r I 2

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66 Fres hman Class Officers --Presidem .... ....... ....... V ice-President Gary J o hn son Vincent Olsen S ecretary ............. W ilma Gonzalez Treasllrer . . . . . . . . . ...... James Wood Sp onso r ............. ..... Mr. Gordon Small, Jr.

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A gos t i ni, Luis All e n Rich ard Arenz, M a r y Arosem ena, G u s Atherley Benilda B aggot t Al ice B arnabas, V ilma Bar t l ett Patricia Bell, D avid 67

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Bierbawn, Ray Bonnick Ronaldo Boseman, lourdes Bo s ley, Ken Bowen James Bryant Becky Br yant, J e ffr e y Butl er, J oseph Carlson, Barbara 68

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C arter, Sonya G13se, Constan t C h ung, M ario Clark D e lbert Cofer Melanie C o ffin J o n C wnberbatch Sandra Davidson James Davis, C arlos 69

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D eck, R eggie D ennis Michae l D ento n Lois Dertien, James DeSouza, H ecto r Diaz, Y adira Dish o ng, Fra nkJin Duffus Ioes Ernest, Eric 70

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Falco C larissa Fenn ell, Maxine Fernandez Gemma Fren sley, C a rrie Fusselman Sharon 71

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Garavanta, Andrea Garcia, Fred Garne r S andy Garrison, Larry Geo r ge, Raym o nd Gomez, Edward Gomez, R e n e Go nzalez, \ Vil m a Gordo n Scott 72

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Grazette Aaron Greene, E ric Gutierrez, Juan Guzman, Blanca H allbur g, Wayne H olla nder, Richard Huish Trini H usted Louis Jimenez, Maximilian

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J o h n s on Judith J o hnson M a r ga ret J ose phs, R o wena K a l b Robert Kni g ht Rosalind L a u Catalina Leis t e r, R obert L e w i s Henry Lewis, Jacinta 74

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Lipka, M arie Locklear Nancy L o renzen, Barbara L owe, Roberto Lum. Catherine Major Marlene M a n. F o k M artinez, H e rberto McBryde. J o hn 75

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McGr a th David M cKenna, K e v i n Moore, Clara Mora les, Gary JOHN?? Muy, Thomas Ng, Luc i a 76

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N ita, John O'Connell, Mar g aret O 'Co nn o r John Ol se n Vincent Ostrea, Fernando Park, Kare n P ark, Kathleen Phillips, Elena P oock, Gary 77

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Ramse y Carmen R obinson Tyrone Rodriquez, Angel R oss, Judith Saarina n } Un Salerno, Brenda San d acz, Gary Sealey, Lorinda Seeley, Joyce 78

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Sen er, Beverly Slove r M a rgaret Small, C h orita Small, Nilk a Spears, Viki Spreeman L a rry S tep h e n so n Kay Stevens, M e l i nda Stinso n R a l p h 79

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Stur geon, D onna Sun, K aren Thompso n Jim Vache, P ame l a Vasquez, Rafael Vitoll, E ster \'Q'aiton, Raymond \Vhit e, J anice \Xlilliams, Alici a 80

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Wood, Jim Woods, John Wright Stanley Zimmermann, Alice Did he really mean it ? 81

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Fres hman Class Picnic Our littl e g irl in a l ittle g rass s hack Clubby and cozy Get th e point?

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Everybody sing! The ; musketeelS "King of Swat" Does he or doesn't be ... I guess only his hair dresser knows for sure !!! 83

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B ottoms up! Thumbs taste better Ride 'em, cowgirl! W h e r e wou l d we be without sponsors? 84

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Really .. does study i ng cause cancer?!? I n college we learn "My legs are p r ett i e r t h a n hers !" library attractions 85

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86 I dub the e FLO WER CHILD" Th ose bright i deas keep poppin g out from my fertile b r ain! S o m e break i n t o college the hard w a y

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.. . you say 'g irr?!?" ( I \ "Are you kidding?,' Which is the most potent!?! 81

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Tasty Kiss what!!! How I hate to get up in the morning! Do you like my new m ini skirt?

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A. H o nea F ACULTY ADVISOR Student The aim o f th e Student A s sociation i s to financ e and direct all official a c tivitie s of the Student Ass o ciation throu ghout the comin g year. Mr. H o nea dele g ates to the four office r s the responsibility o f runnin g the meetin g s but is always close by to g ive advice. S. A. Council OFFICER S: l S I r oUl, l e ll 1 0 r i ghJ: J errilyn H u n t:-and Linda 2nd fOW: M r A H onea-Faculty A d viso r T o m C offm -Pre s l de n t and Now s F ussell-Viet! Preside nt. 92

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Association In a typical Student Association meeting, proposed activities are th oro u g hly discussed by the council. Among t h e members of t h e Student Association this year a re : Yvonne Padilla, Linda Quinn David McGrath, Skip Berger, Gary J onston Ed House, Mike Dennis, Muiieca Guibert, Walt er Lenneville, Alice Bag g ott, Sharon Fusse llm an, J ohn Cowan Vince Olsen, Claudia Clark Larry Duisberg, and Zoe Bierman . . and mamm a bear said t o baby bear 93

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94 Larry W. Dui s berg EDITOR I N-CHIEF Con quistador Alice R. B aggott ASSISTANT EDITOR CONQUISTADOR STAFF MEMBERS R. W. Kitterman FACULTY ADVISOR ADM I N I STRATION AND CLASSES EDITOR .... . . .... . . . . . Fed erico E llin gton FEATURES ART SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS ADVERTISEMENTS PHOTOGRAPHY GENERAL ASSISTANTS C o -Edito r ........ . . . . . . . . . . R oberto Pear t Freshman Class Editor ..... . .... ........ Carol Smith Sophomore Class Editor . . .... ... . . . . Allan L ovell EDITOR .. .............. . . Co-Editor ........ .... .... .......... Drama Editor .... . ......... ....... ..... EDITO R Co-Editor EDITOR Co-Edito r E DITOR EDITO R EDI TOR CoEditor Pat B ooth Sandra Bowen Woody Chase Claudia Clark Mike Dennis L i nd a Woodruff Jerri Hunt Walter L e nniville Henry R ose Jr. A aron Grazette Gi l berto Hind s B e nild a Atherley Mar garet O 'Connell Barbara L o r enzen . Fred Ponce Arn o ld T albott R oge r Fox Bonita Ensey Carol Garner M ary Lee Hend erso n Yvonne Padilla Kay Stephenson Special thanks and our heart-felt appreciation to Ph oto Service o f Curundu and to F. Clay Vau g hn

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96 N. B Altenburg FACULTY ADVISOR Phi Theta Kappa "Make your marks w hil e you can!" J. Marshall FACULTY ADVI SOR The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is the promotion of scholarship in junior colleg<;s. Members are required to maintain a g rade point ratio of 3.00 or better and be enrolled in not l ess than twelve college credits. Membership is by invitation only. MEMBERS: Fint r ow, 10 righl: L arry W Duisberg, Pre s ident ; Pat B oot h Secretary; J ohn F o rster Vice Pre sident; and Dennis J osep hs Tr easu r e r ; r ow, l efl 1 0 ighl: Sal vado r Marengo, Mrs. R ebecca Chapma n Mr. Marshal, F aculty Advisor; Susan M ec b oer, Mary Gaines, Marie-Ia Fernandez, and J ohn Wilhm.

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L. J enkins FACULTY ADV ISOR Biological Society The aim of the Bio l og ical Society is to increa s e kno w led g e and interest in the biologica l scien ce by acquainting the soc i ety's members with prom inent men and women in the fie ld o f biol ogy. L ectu res and oth e r activ ities are h e l d A s you ('an tell by t h e look s o n the memb ers' f aces, the f irst panel disCllssion was interesting. as well as educational. Dur i n g t h e year the Bio l ogica l Soc i ety made severa l field trips, o n e o f them being to a n experimen t a l s tation at Amador. 98

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Forensic Society The purpose of the Forensic Society is to give students the opportunity to develop in the art of public speaking by means of debate. MEMBERS: 111 row, ,ight : John Cowan-President, Yvonne Padilla-5ecrelary-Treasurer, and Henry luis-Vice President ; 2nd r ow: Larry Dujsberg, Carlos Carrasco, and Fred P once. Even though a debate may be officially completed, some pe op le just never give up R. L. Atwood FACULTY ADVISOR

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A Ca pella Choir C. H Chapm a n FACULTY ADVISOR 100 T h e pu r pose of the A CapeJla Choir i s to provide the coJlege w i t h out standin g entertainment and to provide student musicians w i th an o r ganizat i on for socia l purposes. Membe r s a r e r equ i red to h ave act ive membe r s hi p i n a m u s i c o rgan iza t ion. Th e membe r s are: Eileen All eyne Mary Kienzle Eastmond, K a r e n P arks, Kathy Parks, Rowena Jo sep hs Mar garita Nugues, Piggott J o seph Downer, Arn o l d Talbot, Carlos Carrasco Pau l Nelson Fred Nicolaisen, D enni s J ose phs Scott Willi ams, j ose fina B olan os, M a rsha C r ec elius, F ederico Ellin gto n Bert Rope r Gilbe rto Hin ds Errol Alixis, and Clar i t a Small.

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C. H C h apma n FACULTY ADVISOR Canal Zone College Choir Durin g the year th e CZC Ch oir brin gs u s se v e r a l d e l i g h t ful p e rf o rman ces, s u c h as t h e Ch r i st ma s con ce rt 101

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R W Annis Ph D 102 Bridge Club l The Brid ge C l ub inst ru c t s its membe r s of t h e ski ll s of the gam e an d car ryon games when i d le. Dr. Annis and stu d ents relaxi n g playing bridge.

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R W. Annis P h D. FACULTY ADVISOR Check mate! Chess Club The purpose of th e Chess Club is to provide more and better chess for the members plus socia l fellowship The o nly member s hip requi rement i s an interest in chess-whether it be to learn the ga me or to improve playin g tactics. All it takes is one move ...

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104 Delta Psi Omega Back roUJ, le/t 10 right: B on ita Ensey, Carlos Carrasco, Eileen Alleyne H o r ace Lewis, Gilbert a Hinds, Tom Mitchell, Ercel Alexis D o n Wiggins S eait' d from I e/I 1 0 r ight: Inez Balm aceda, J err i Hunt, Linda W'oodruff. Walter Lenn eville, Mary K ienzle. Delta Psi Ome ga is the honorary dramatic society Membership is by invita ti o n only. David Lomm e n FACULIT ADVISER The o fficer s a ce: Linda Woodruff, Pr esident; J e rri Hun!. Vice Pre sident; Inez Balmaceda, Secretary; Mary K ienz le, Treasu r er; and Walter L ennev ille, S. A. Representative.

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Newman Community J P. Kane FACULTY ADVISOR M embe r s in ironl r ow lelt 1 0 right: Yadira D iaz, Catherin e Lum, Karen Sun, J acinta L ewis, Luci a Ng, and Alonso G onza l ez. Members in back 'ow Jefl / 0 right: Jim D avidson J osep h P Kane, Carlos Carrasco and Paul Murphy. CM. The Newman Community's purpose is to enable undergraduates to fulfill their various intellectual s piritual and socia l needs Durin g the fall, they sponso red the newly appointed Governor of the Canal Zone t h e H o norable Walter P. Leber to s p e ak t o the student body on "The Future of the Panam a Canal." T o enha nce the spiritual aspect of livin g, canned f ood drive s and lectures were held throu g h out th e year In the above pic ture New man Club m em ber s a r e liste nin g to guest speakers, R ev. M c L e llan 105

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106 M.Smith FACULTY ADV I SOR Pilots T h e purpose o f t h e Pilots is to offe r serv ice to the college and community Durin g th e year Pilots provide serv ices for sellin g tickets a t a thl et i c eve nt s dances plays t a l ent s h ows and any ot h e r colle ge functions. They usher a t same events and serve as g uides for gro up s w h o v i s it t h e college. MEMBERS: 1JI roUl, right 10 Jell: Mary L ee Hen de rson-President, Claudia Clatk, lucia Ng, Viki Spears, Patricia Bo o t h Fed erico Ellin gto n, Lynn Frauennh e im. and Mr. Smit h Facu lty Ad v i sor; 2nd row: Margaret O'Connell, Marilyn Eastrrlond, Catalina lau, Fay Renwi c k and Benita Ensey; 3,d row: A l ice Baggott, Benilda A t h erly, Martha Sp inn ey. Cath erine L um; 4fh rOfU: Paul J emmi ngs Roberto Pearl, L arry Duisbe rs, and Rebecca Chancey.

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Pan American Society D R Wilcox FACULTY A DV I SOR The aim of th e P a n Ame r i can S ociety i s t o brin g ab o ut a better u n de r s tand i n g am o n g t h e pe ople and countr ies o f Amer i c a The o nl y m ember s h i p r e 'l uire m e n t i s that a s tud e nt be a Stud e nt A ssoc i atio n m e m be r o f Ca n a l Z o n e Colle ge. U/l 1 0 righJ: Cla u d i a Clark L a di cio Ryan Mart h a Spi n ney, Liliana de la Guard ia, R obert J o r dan, Leo G onz a l e z S a lvad o r M a r e n go, M a rily n E astrnond Naiman R o zenbaum, Luis C h ong H e nry R ose, Jr. 107

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M r S. Peck FACULTY ADVI SOR L' Espirit Officers from Ie/I 1 0 ri g hl: Lynne Byerly Secretary-Treasurer; D ennis J osep hs, Pr esidcm; H enry R o se Fr e n c h r Class Repr esentative; Roberto P ea rt, Mini ste r of Foreign Affairs; Wade Shepard, S A R eprese nt a tive; Susan lv(eeb oe r Vi ce. Pr esident. T h e purp ose of L 'Esp i rit F r ancais is to i nt roduce French cul ture to the students o f Canal Zone Colle ge. MR' fBERS : Audrey Duncan, Cuchi Arias, H e nry Rose Susa n l\[eei>oer, L } nne Byerly. Celia R eid, Margaret O'Connell. Wade Shepard, R obert Jackman, Hugh Best Dennis J o seph, Wendell Franklin, R o nald o Bannick. Robert o Pearl, Eileen Alleyne 109

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Phi Beta Lambda Miss C. Swinney FACULTY ADVISOR Miss R E. Gibson FACULTY ADVISO R Phi Bet a Lambda is a nationa l fraternity for students of business admin i stration The purpose is to improve scho lar s hip and develop quality that will enable business students to participate effectively in both business and social life Membership is open to any student enrolled in a business subject. Front row, right 1 0 lell : Liliana de la Gua rdia, Maria Elena Kucikas, Esther Mizrachi, Maricela Dorado, Mariela Fernandez, Olga R oldan, Esther Vito): Miss Swinney (Advisor), and Luis Cho n g (President) . Second ,ow, right 10 left: David McGrath (S. A Representative) Catalina Lau (Treasurer), Blanca Guzman, Marsha Hellmund, Linda Hellmund. Yadil Diaz (Reporter), Lucia Ng (Secr e tary), P a m Vache, and Miss Gibso n (Ad v isor). 110

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Last fall Phi Beta Lambda held an installation dinner at the Albrook Officers Club. Dr. Murphy, Assistant Dean of the Canal Zone Colle g e was the installing official of the club officers. Mr N Melander, Resident Manager of IBM in the Canal Zone gave an interesting speech on "The Computer and the Business Future ." Throughout the year the club members went on field trips to various important business establishments anef g overnment agencies. Goin g to v a rious enterprises in the Colon Free Zone was a hig hlight of the year. Besides learning much club members f o und the field trip to the Federal Aviation Agency and to the IBM office of Panama interesting and enjoyable. Vari ous bake sales were held during the school year to raise funds for all of the field trips as well as for the Children's Orphanage of Panama.

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S lallding, lel l 10 righ l : Coach Ramon Reyes, K e l vin Brown, J o n Parks Mike Greco Matthew Mannin g, William Zepeda, Mike An d rews Gary M ora les, Fred G arcia, L o uis Hu sted, Tom C o ffin Coach Fink l este in, Coach K ennon. Kneeling, l ell 1 0 r ighf: Jim \'V'ood, Chris \'(foeElens, Nelson B o rrero, Neil Wherler Larry Tynes, Jim Warford, R obert Boukalis, Ron Crump Ed W eise, AI Ward Eri c Ern est. Squalling, l el l t o right: Les H ighley. Skip B erge r

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C Z C GRE E N DEVILS GO UNDEFEATE D FOR SECO N D C O NSECU TI VE SEASON F o r the second s tr a i g ht seas on, th e Gre e n D e vils we nt und efeate d to become the intersch o lasti c f ootball champs. The Devil s played excelle nt foot b all this year w inni ng three g ame s and t ying one. I n the Palm B o wl ga me, they wer e only beate n by t h e All Stars by a score of 7-0 With onl y two returnin g l e t t erme n Les Hi ghley and Bob Boukalis coaches M o rri s Finkelstein Sid Kenn o n and Ramon Reyes worked th e Devils extra hard to prepare them for thi s yea r' s football seas on. Thus th e Devils h a d a very good season. The team and coa c hin g staff are to b e commend e d f o r a j o b well d o ne! The Devil s pla c ed eig ht men o n th e All Zone Team Chosen were: Ed Weise-end; Les Hi g hley tackle ; Fred G a rcia-tackl e; B o b B oukalis-guard; Skip Berger-center; Ron Crump h a lfba c k ; Jim W oo d quarterb ac k ; a nd AI Ward-fullback. Cri st o b a l Hi g h S c h oo l won the a nnu a l J a m bo ree with a total of nine points; Cana l Zone Colle g e placed second with s e v en point s an d B a l boa High School failed to score any points. Our Jamb o r e e Queen was Mi s s Jerri Hunt. She was presente d wit h a go l d neck lace by C o -Capt a ins Skip Ber g er a nd Le s Hi ghley on beh alf of t h e team. 117

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Formula for an Undefeated Season

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Jayne Yocum 122 Cheerleaders CZC Muneca Guibert (CaP/aill)

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Viki Spears Nancy York 123

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"Coordination ?" It's bette r than walking" 124

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Our Jam boree Queen 126

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Track TRA CK TEAl\ ( : Back row-Richard Alla n ; R a lph Stinson; D ave Simmons; Jim Woo d s; Bill Thmps o n ; J o hn C owan; D a" id Wyman; Front rOil_ Stanley \ 'Vcighr; SIeve R ozelle, C aptain; Gary Po oc k.

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Men's MELVIN CABEY LARRY BARTH RENE GOMEZ Tennis uti 1 0 ri g ht : M Cabey, R G omez, L. Barth, D Simm o ns, G Sandacz, F. G emmell. GARY SANDACZ DAVIO S I MMONS FRED GEMMELL

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RIC H KERR Second B ase ED GOMEZ Outfi e l d Base Pront r OW, left 1 0 ,ight: Coac h M a rt i n G Sandaa, O S i mm ons, C. W oegens J. Gabel and H e a d C oach S m ith; Mid dl e r ow, left 1 0 ri gh t: K. Card e n S R ozze lle B Boyer N D o h e rty, R K e rr a n d E G o m ez; ball B a(k r ow, l elt t o ri gh t.' i''f S pecto r M anage r ; M M a l o n e N Fussell, B T h o mpso n a n d R K eeney. RO N ALD KEENEY Thi rd Base, P i t c h e r DA VID SIMMONS Outfield ST E VE ROZZELLE F irst Base, P itche r B ILL THOMPSO Catcher

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GARY SANDACZ Outfield KENNETH CARDEN Outfield ROCKY MASON Pitc h e r JOHN GABEL Outfield CHRIS WOEGENS Outfield BOB BOYER S econd B ase NEll DOHERTY Outfield JIM WILHM Catcher

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FEATURE S 143

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Miss Canal Zone College Mr. Canal Zone College MISS ELIZABET H GUlBERT MR. TOM COFFIN 144

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Most Intellectual RONALD KEENEY PEGGY WILLIAMSON Intelligence cons i sts of recog nizing opportunity 146

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Most Popular JERRI HUNT GARY H UTCHINSON Whatev e r i s p opula r d eserves a tt e ntion 147

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Friendliest MELINDA STEVENS MANUEL C ATZOELA The on l y way to have a friend is to be one 148

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Most Likely to Succeed ANN STICH JAMES WILHM The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed 149

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Most Athletic LESHIGHLEY PATRICIA BOOTH It's not w hether you win or lose, It's ho w y ou play the game 150

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't. \ I Best Looking MARSHA CRECELIUS NORR I S FUSSELL The outward forms the inward reveal 151

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Best Dressed MAR I LYN E ASTMOND JOHN MYERS Ea t to p l ease thyself But d ress t o p l eas e oth e rs. 152

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Psychedelic Welcome D ance "Toe Trip" The Sophomore Class sponsored the welcome dance for the 1967-68 school year. The dance was held in the CZC auditorium in September of 1967. Mu sic was pr ov ided by The Nutcracker Sweet." On??? 53

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Halloween Dance Everyo n e h a d a goo d time! The Soul Foundation" Decorations look "bewit c hing!" Music, food peop le-th e m akings o f a g reat party Gary J ohns t o n acts a s cav e m a n turned m.e. 154

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Christmas Concert Cana l Zone College A Cappella Choir Unde r the Direction of CARL H CHAPMAN KATHLEEN PARK SOLOISTS MARSHA CRECE LIUS SOPRAN O MEZZO-SOPRANO Canal Zone College C h orus Under the Dir ect i o n of CARL H. CHAPMAN G ILBERTO HINDS RICHARD ROPER BARJTON E TENOR 155

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156 Princess CONNI E NELMS Escort-SKIP BERGER Princess PAT SWANN Escort-JIM COMAN Christmas Formal Court QUEEN Bobbie I EscortCHUCK WEBER Princess NETTIE VASQUEZ Escort-ANGEL VASQUEZ Escort-GARY JOHNSTON

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At a specia l assemb l y during the spring semester the student body was treated to an outstanding musical group, the Army Marimba Band of H ond uras. They played a broad selection of musical numbers to everybody s deli g ht. The marimba band was well received for its superb performance. Mr. Chapman, introduc ing the marimba band

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Dorm Life! W h at's missing in this picture?!? Meet M r Clean!!! COEDS l:.'NTER AT YOUR OWN RISK Prescriptio n f o r a l i be r a l a rt s e ducat ion Wha t' s goi n g o n beh i nd th at newspape r ?!? A h i g h l e v e l s ummit c o nference

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160 PATRICIA BOOTH Foreig n L a n guages L U I S C HONG Marketing TOM COFFIN Business Administration Who's Who Among Students MARY HENDERSON Business Admi nistration EDWARD HOUSE Geography JERRIL YNN HUNT Secondary Education

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LARRY DUISBERG C h emistry NORRIS FUSSELL Business Administration ELIZABETH GUlBERT Foreig n Languages In American Junior Colleges RONALD KEE NE Y Accounting PRIClLLA SANCHEZ Eng lish P A T WOEGENS Mathe m atics LINDA WOODRUFF En glis h -Speech-Drama 161

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DA VID LOMMEN D I RECTOR C ARL H C H APMAN l HUSIC DII?ECTOR John Brown's Body

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" Th e r e was a man e nclosed wit hin that image. H e wanted s omet hing. That must be enoug h Mend th e broken a nd patch th e frayed. And carry your so r row undismayed "Th e South came And the end came .. "Earth, fir e a n d wat er, I h ave passed throug h them a ll "It's ove r n o w Fini shed for good W ell, I was par t of i t 163

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Bye Bye Birdie Wanna use th e telephone Governor? Th e Governo r wan t s Birdi e's Aut og r ap h You gatta feel it h e r e 164

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Free Deliveries Curundu Flower Shop to Hospitals and Locations in the Canal 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! 169

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La Mar Mode s No. 1-132 J Street Tele. 2 6478 The latest in girl's and fashions ; dresses for all occasio n s and all at r easo n ab l e pnces. PUT A TIGER IN YOUR TANK! SPORTING GOODS \ V h e r e F fien ds and S portsme n Meet ESS O S TANDARD OIL S. A. LTD. V'" CANAL ZONE BALBOA CRISTO B A L 170

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Apart.do 6759 P anama 5, R d e P We Have the Most Compl e te Stock of Classical and Popul a r Music ? ? ? POWER Comp l iments of the Banana Peele r s and Mellow G. Yellow 173

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