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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
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:
UF00095973:00038


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Zone College Library in terms of the amount of variety of
materials it made available to the student body. In fact,
the amount of printed material was so great that new


shelving had to be


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viewer to obtain an immediate copy of anything he saw
on film.
Two new innovations were also introduced to the regu-


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library.


One was the starting of the


change of filing system from the Dewey System to the Li-
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Daniel DesLondes


James Higley


Irvin Lesser


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the only one that prepared its students for employ-


ment


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One-Year


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Lawrence Perkins


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Sharon Shaw
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Shorthand


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degrees in Business Administration,


Accounting and Secretaria


Administration.


counting (four levels), other courses which dealt with
other aspects of business were offered. Some of these


This department selected its courses with the idea of


were: Economics


Written Communications in Business


providing its students with an over-al


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Executive Secretaria


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business world.


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was concerned with helping students who differed greatly


experience,


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guage, art, or music. To fill this educational need, the Foreign Language and Fine Arts De-
partment offered different levels of three foreign languages and a wide variety of courses on
music and art.


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ranged from Elementary Spanish to Advanced Translating


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in Spanish.


were given at two levels, elementary and


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intermediate.


In the division of Fine Arts of the department, different courses were offered in the realm of


music and art. Some examples were: Chorus,


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Rationalism, extreme accuracy, and endurance were
some of the requirements necessary for success in any
of the courses offered by the Department of Sciences,
Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology. With its di-
versified curriculum which included several innovations
this year, this department attempted to provide a solid
background in the biological, chemical, physical, engi-
neering, and medical sciences.
The courses themselves ranged from the very general
to the very specialized. Some examples of this diversity
were: from General Zoology and General Botany to
Marine Zoology, from General Chemistry to Organic
Chemistry, from General Physics to Engineering Phys-
ics, from Survey of Mathematical Principles to Geome-
try. Also included were courses such as Introduction to
Astronomy and Space Concepts, Food Microbiology,


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the Engineer-in-Training Exam or the Professional Engi-
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Food Microbiology which was taught by Dr. Pierson, a
former graduate of Canal Zone College.


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in terms of physics,


chemistry or mathematics.


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technological advance,


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future as people living together in the world.
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student body with the materials necessary for
the courses offered at Canal Zone College.


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a profit which was given to the Student Asso-
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Ronnie Vaile sings Superstar.


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and a Black beauty contest have done much to promote


understanding of the black culture.


President, Michael Leeper, speaks organizational meeting.


Sitting (L-R): Patricia Kirton, Katie Clark, Gertrude Parris, Julia Smith. Standing (L-R): Sponsor, Mr. Baca, Hubert Thompson, Charles Flagg, James
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Mr. Lesser, Linda Sorrell, Helen Dean, Lucille Tuminelli, Liz Nickerson, Debbie Waggoner, David


Hutchinson, Cindy Dean.


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editor.


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CONQUISTADOR 1972

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Dean Or Glen E Murphy A ss istant Dean Or. K e nneth lake

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20 THE FACUL TV OF CANAL ZONE COLLEGE Mr. Co,t le Superi n te ndent of Schools awards certificates of professorship to fovr faculty members of crc. Dr. Corin WOI advanced from on Assistant Profeuor to Auoc:iote Prof"".or Mr. Smith and Mr. Knopp we'. bolt! advanced from In,tructOfl to Assiltont Prof.nofl. Decn Murphy is 01,0 prelent

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too. eGn},e1v, IldviM Uv 1f1tiJu "The Catalog Room." David 8 80glien Morie C. Weir

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" Registrar, Norman 8 Altenberg 1f1(; infMilI,e; U!, bgiJtrolion Doy

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, I Joseph P Kone (Head librarian) Allen O Griffin Anna lee B eth Bagl ien Norman Stephens 2.

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This year could have well been the best one for Canal Zone College library in terms of the amount of variety of materials it made available to the student body. In fact, the amount of printed material was so great that new shelving had to be installed. Also new, were the three microfilm-reader-printers which made it possible for the viewer to obtain an immediate copy of anything he saw on film. Two new innovations were also introduced to the regular routine of the library. One was the starting of the change of filing system from the Dewey System to the library of Congress System The other was the offering of a course, Introduction to Reference Materials taught by Mr. Griffin #01,1"1. Coril'! presenn her book, ",. Cuno Indion Molo of the Son 8/oJ Islonds to Mr. Griffin who ,epr.senn the library The book was Mrs. Corin' mo,le,' 1+1 ;1 for florida Siole Uni versity AI.o pre.enl i Oeon Murphy 2S

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2. buhWM dJpoW.wit pvpMLl Jack Denson Doniel Deslandes James Higley Of all the programs of study at CZC, the ones of fered by the Business Administration Department was the only one that prepared its students for employ ment in a short amount of time. The shortest of these was the One-Year Certificate Secretarial Program which was introduced just this year. The others awarded A A S. degrees in Busi ness Administration Accounting and Secretarial Administration This department selected its courses with the idea of providing its students with an over-all picture of the business world So, aside from the basics such as Typ-lowrence Perkins Sharon Shaw (Chairman) ing (three levels) Shorthand (four levels), and Account i ng (four levels), other courses which dealt with other aspects of business were offered Some of these were : Economics, Written Communications in Business, Executive Secretarial Training and Procedures, Com puter Programming, Marketing, and Business Law.

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30 Standing: Eleanor F Buehler George Boca, Patricia Sherlock, H e rb ert Knopp Robert Kitterman S i tting: Geraldine Kidd (Chairman) Miss Sherlock and Mrs. Buehler

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32 'jJut gJl wIJk" tkib, dw.uv Eugene Holland Craig Boatwright, Steve Boatwright, and Scott Moore. The English, Speech, and Drama Department played an important role in the curriculum at Canal Zone College It was concerned with helping students who differed greatly in experience, interests, and abilities to express themselves in the English language. Through a wide variety of courses the department aided each student to increase his competence in expressing his thoughts clearly in speaking and writing, to read and listen with understanding to use methods of critical thinking for the solution of problems and for the discrimin ation of values, and to take part in some form of satisfying creative activity Some examples of the courses offered were : Review English for Foreign Students, Freshman English Composi tion, Eleme ntar y Speech, Introduction to Drama Introduction to English linguistics and Types of World literature Mr. Alcock and Janie Wallace.

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Eugene Holland Nancy Garner, Craig Boatwright and Steve Boatwright. and Tadd Peckman. 33

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3' MtIJ arJ aW dLpaht.wtt + e/!lL\,\e.\ ukpwo.b& goo4 Stephen Peck (Chairman) No one can be 0 truly educated person unless they hove some notions about a foreign language art, or music To fill this educotional need, the foreign Languoge and fine Arts Department offered different levels of three foreign languages and a wide variety of courses on music and art. Of the three languages, Spanish was given the most emphasis with six courses which ranged from Elementary Spanish to Advanced Translating in Spanish. The other two languages, French and German, were given at two levels, elementary and intermediate. In the division of fine Arts of the department, different courses were offered in the realm of music and art Some examples were : Chorus, Sight Sing ing and Ear Training, Music Appreciation, Art Appreciation, Design and Applied Art, Color, and Watercolor Painting

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3. Mr. DeWitt Myers (Chairman), Mr. Willia m C. Garber, Mr. Gordon Small Mr. lyle Jenkins Mr. Raymond Dovidson Miss Carina Billhorn (Stu dent Assistant), Mr. Russell E P iers on Miss lynn M y ers (Student Assist ant) Mr. Ricardo Vallarino, Mrs. Rebecca Elledge, Mrs. Sara R. Harris (Student A ssistant). tv& nf.W-eooJi},e.\ aJkL iJII dq)(J},tnRJit JeiRJIee.\ aruL ReoUy?

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Ronnie Volle Rationalism, extreme accuracy, and endurance were some af the requirements necessary for success in any of the courses offered by the Department of Sciences, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology. With its diversified curriculum which included several innovations this year, this department attempted to provide a solid background in the biological, chemical, physical, engi neering, and medical sciences. The courses themselves ranged from the very general to the very specialized. Some examples of this diversity were, from General Zoology and General Botany to Marine Zoology, from General Chemistry to Organic Chem istry, from General Physics to Engineering Physics, from Survey of Mathematical Principles to Geome try. Also included were courses such as Introduction to Astronomy and Space Concepts, Food Microbiology, Dr. V i ctor Bogonte s Introduction to Medical Technology Engineering Re view, and Engineering Mechanics Of all the programs of study prov ided by this department the one with the largest enrollment number was the Medical Technology program. With its strong affiliation with Gorgas Hospital, the department gave much emphasis to this program In keeping with the demands of the students, the Department of Science Mathematics Engineering, and Technology added two courses to its curriculum The first one was the Engineering Review course for gradu ate engineers who needed reviewing in order to pass the Engineer-in Training Exam or the Professional Engineer s Exam A second new course was the one on Food Microbiology which was taught by Dr. Pierson, a former graduate of Canal Zone College Frog legs ... onyon.1 37

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44 dtpaht.wit JeinefA cuuL Mr. Clarence Vosburgh, Mr. Michael Smith, Mr. loring White, Mr. Charles R. Bowen (Chairman), Dr. Theodore Corin, Dr. Russell Annis. When we think of educotion for the future, most of us think in terms of physics, chemistry or mathematics. Even though these fields of science help make a better world with great technological advance, we still must remember that we are humans and need to understand each other. The combined department of Social Science and Education offered the opportunity to develop new insights concerning the future as people living together in the world The major branch of the dual department was that of the sociol and behavioral sciences. This included Psychology, History, International Relations, Philosophy, and other subjects of inter est. Students following this program had the opportunity to share and discuss freely with the instructors of the department: Dr. Annis, Mr Bowen, Dr Corin, Mr. Vosburgh and Mr. White. The branch of education offered for those students who intended to go into teaching or for those who already had a de gree but would like to keep up to dote with the fast moving field. The diversified group of students which attended eze had a lot to gain from the opportunities offered by this dual department. Mr. Charles B owen

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Stud.nts taking Ih. (our Go .... rnm.nl in the Unit.d Sial lUrTound Judg. Gurthri. f Crow. 01 the U S Oidrid Court Th .... i sit which WOI mod. on No .... mber 23, WOI for the purpose of leaming about the (ourt syst.m in the Canol Zon Mr. Bowen Doniel Lee 4.

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46 Morri s Finkel s te i n ( Cha i rman) ih1fJ\hUf; genru Patri cia lehman Julia Bircher

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Mrs. Wiggins and Julia Bircher.

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s Under the management of Mrs. Balmas, the bookstore was successful in supplying the student body with the materials necessary for the courses offered at Canal Zone College. Also include d were the souvenirs" of the college such as T -shirls and mugs with the emblem of the school. So from calculus text books to ping-pong balls, the bookstore succeeded in good business practice by making a profit which was given to the Student Association for student activities Along with Mrs. Balmas, four student aides worked selling materials JeiPJ nRf.&aIiiJ e.AA},e}, gi.vw at flJfI Mrs. Balmas

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Ronnie Valle sing s Superstar The cast tokes a br e ak A doll (D. Barger) dances. Sieve Bristol captures his audience Phil Reit.r:, John Urias, Gory Silverman and Jose Rodrique.r: star in old fash ioned melodroma

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Den i .. Sch_mom repre,ent c.j the Son BIos blonds on this excursion PocoMnlol (olios Borboro lyonl) puh in on oppeoronce Sue Gordon onc! Phil Rietz monkeyed oround on e"ening A l bert Gilbert .hOWl Borbaro Bf"eoden w ho moster .8

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And who wouldn't 1M! smiling with free beer in thole ac mug.? On the bu. at Crillobol: Johnny. Wolter, THE TEAM WAITS SUlonne cheer. 01 the rainy Homecoming Bonfire on It!e caulewoy renie and Vidor help bump the Ilulldogl and .tomp tne Tigen at an Atlontk Side game 59

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Nancy Garner pull a fini.hing touch on Scott Moore lila Pork. oppli .. mok.up. Vickie Sizemor e oooh. her mok.-up job Don Piper 60

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Princen Kori Botolden, Eleort Ed Mcllvoine PrineelS Cindy Rosenblott, Elcort Tom Engelke .2 Queen Doris Greene King John Urio PrineelS Denise Schemerhorn Escort Victor Bogente, PrincelS Ronnie VoUe, Escort John Urios

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The Black Student Union is one of the most active groups at Canal Zone College. Among ather things, it has sponsored many and varied activities during the Block Awareness Week. Guest speakers, soul music, soul food, and a Black beauty contest have done much to promote understanding of the black culture. President Mkhoel Leeper 5peolu organilational m .. ting Sitting (L.Il) : Patricio Kirton Katie Clark Gertrude Porrit Julio Smith Standing (LR), Spon50r Mr. 6oco Hubert Thompson. Chorles Flagg, Jome, Dinkins

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Sitting (L-R): Jorge l. Sonchil, Fronci, W Kot, leo F Donohue, Steve Butler. Stonding (L.R): Gobriel D Monynel Jomel "'Ult;n, Telemocos Itusodimol, Don Piper Fred "'rllinson, Somuel M l ocke, loson Itusodimol Morio Jordon, Pres i dent Ituben Fong Nelly ltichord Femondo Jemmott Beth &obl;en Mr ... I .. nGtiffin Normon Stephens lincoln Loo Potricio &oath 67

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Pilot. VICki Bamhill Chri1 Bat ond Gory Silv.rmon onend to tkke h ond progrom1 ot a ba.ketball 6. Canal Zone College Pilols, A service organization Pilots are everywhere, doing every thing. They usher, sell tickets, serve refresh ments, conduct tours etc. The pilots give you a chance to serve your school and com munity. The firsl m"nng of the Canol Zone College Piloh was held in the lounge and oHered good food and good (onvetsonon.

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Sittin g L R Beth 8oglien, lau r a See ley, Ana Haug Stonding Vietor 8ogantes, l uther Jo n es. 70 Phi Theta Kappa is an honorary society which sponsors the lecture s erie s at Canal Zone College

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Phi Beta lambda hosts an initiation banquet at the be ginning of the year. It also sponsored a tour of the Adminis tration building for its members L-R: Spo",or Mr_ leuef, L i"da Sorrell, Hele" Oeo", lucille Tumi"em, Lil Nicker,a", Waggoner, David Hulchin,o", Ci"dy Oeo" S irring ( L R ) : Normo" Slephe"" Spon,or Mr, Kidd Lifldo Stondi ng : Euge"io Raphael leo F Do"oftu. Rolph Ro"d y Spiro Run by a smiling and enthusiastic staff, The Tropical Collegian publishes the works of writers, art ists, poets, essayists photogra phers, and cartoonists now attending Canal Zone College. 71

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2nd Semester OHicers, Rudy Crespo, Todd Peckmon, Victor Bogontes, Andreo Poge. The SA, A Lovin' Bunchl Edmundo Lopu III, 1 st Semester SA Secretory. ht Semester SA President Patrick Mulroy. r I

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74 Min Siebronds Y.orboo k sponsor and Pam Birch, .elitar III Nicbrson workt on a layout L Lilli e Qu i ntero sports editor ; Uz NickerlOn auistant club a nd activities editor ; Carme n C a rrion, club and activities edi tor; Rusty Voucher photogropher ; Jeannette Cox foculty editor. Victor Boacntes ond Chris Botes editors of Student secrion

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JO$ e Rodr i quez and Rusty Voucher Yearbook photographers Normon Stephens photographer Pam B irch, edi tor Chr i s Bote$, sludent edi t or 7S

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76 KnHliflQ, L 10 R: Wally Runon, Ed fila, Todd Peckman Mark Albritton, Gory Myerl, Sieve Nehring, RUlty Voucher, Robert Hibbard, Chuck Silverman, Art Morkoy, George Hoper. Srondiflg, L fa R: Hugh Thomal, Ken Bryon, Joel McConkey, Sonny Bouche, Chorlel Bedlworth, Joe Cronan, Chorle, flagg, 8il1 Marcola, Jome, Sluort, Don Olsen, Sieve 8rilllfO!' Cooch R.ye, Cooch Kennon

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Reedy or not here we cornel Joe Cronon ond Ed Filo tackling 0 tiger. Colleen Gelder ond Jerry Holl Gory Myers ond Rusty Voucher 78

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B owen, Celio N ishoko Boylei Jode Breoden Barbaro B uehler Paul B urgoon, Yvette Burns, Scott A Calderon, Nilda Carrion, Cormen Boatwright, Henrietta l. Bogontes Victor Bristol, Sieve Compbell, Van Boatwr ight, Stephen Bonanno John Bryon, Ken Corrington, Pomelo Costrelhon, Mor ;o

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Business Administration "Graduate with Honors CALTHIRST, ELlAZBETH .......................... B;ology CARRINGTON PAMelA J .............. English & Behavioral Science "Graduate with Honors CHANG WONG, LUCIA ..................... Mathematics CLARK KATIE M. ......... Behavioral Science COFFEY, LILLIAN ............ Secretarial Certificate & History COOKSON, JESSIE ................ Business Administration CORNEJO ANA MATILDE ............ Secretarial Certificote COUnE, MARTA M. DE ......................... B;ology DALY, DARLENE MARIE .......... Secretarial Administration DE LEON, ROLANDO A . ...... Physical Science DIAZ, VICTORIA ISABel .............. Behavioral Science ESCALONA, GUADALUPE E .............. Behavioral Science FABREGA, RAUL ................... Business Administration FLAGG, CHARLES . History FOLSE, ROLAND ...... .................. History FONG, PAMelA N ...................... Mathematics FOSTER, JUNE ........... ... .. 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