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Conquistador

Material Information

Title:
Conquistador
Uniform Title:
Conquistador (Canal Zone Junior College)
Creator:
Canal Zone Junior College
Canal Zone Junior College
Canal Zone College
Place of Publication:
Balboa Canal Zone
Publisher:
Conquistador Staff
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Annual
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

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.
Statement of Responsibility:
Canal Zone Junior College.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
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WE'D


LIKE YOU


TADOR--affectionately


MEET EL


dubbed


"Conky


CONQUIS-


He sail


with


Columbus


and


fought


beside


Cortez


he's


a combination


Balboa;


Don been


Quixote


here


before


Vasco


and


Nufiez


,undoubtedly,


will


back


again.


"Cky


through sharply.


and


JaySe, He


may


seen


halls--seen,


often


rumored


almost


adily


that


disappears


tat


these


wandering


one


weeks


times


0ok end


VisitS


Glubglub


and


Island--the


conquerors


paradise Spanish


pirates,


explorers


Main.


We,


Conquistador


Staff


have


enjoyed


know-


him


working


with


him.


We


sincerely


hope


that you


Swill


enloy


him,


also.

















atl


ADMINISTRA


LAWRENCE


TION


JOHNSON


Superintendent of Schools


BEN M.


WILLIAMS


Associate Superintendent


CALMER


Assistant to Superintendent,


BATALDEN
Colored Secondary Schools





































THE


FACULTY


1947-1948


ROGER C. HELEN C. ALBERT/ CHARLES FLOYD Bi HELENA SHEPARD


OLGA


HACKET BAKER,


BLEIFUSS, �BOWEN.


LJCKLEY, Ir CLARDY, IL S. CLARK,


F


BEATrRICE EDWARD
GEORGE (


S.


IT


Dean


Instructor


Athletic


Instructor


istructor ibrarian Instructc


Instructor


GARDNER,
HATCHETT.


LEE


Instructor


f the Junior In Music


College


Coach


in Social


in Physical


Sciences


Sciences


in Commercial


in French anm Instructor in ,Instructor in in Biological


:1
A


Education


Spanish
rt


Mathematics Sciences


JAMES A ILYONS Tnsrrrnr in (?nmmenrrinl PAiiratr'n


ThP.!ln 1-4 Af~n



















Sophomore


Class


Officers

President-


John


Alexander


Vice-President-


Stanle' SecretaryCaroline


Salo


Halvorsen


TreasurerGeorge Muller

Sponsor--


Mr.


James


Lyons


















JOHN


ROCKPORT,


ALEXANDER
MASSACHUSETT7S


U. S.


1;. Wat, tain, 21
Team, 1 Natural Tropical


N. Submarine


er


Basket-Bali


Service; Stars,
1., 2;


_I. K. C.,
L-2 (CapSwimming


Sophomore Class President;


ScienceS
Collegian


;ociety President, Assistant Editor,


V
7>
*4 4K


Navy;
Track,


[ILO R. PANAMA Football,


ALEXANDER


CITY
, 1-2;


Basket-Ball


PANAMA


Base-Ball,


Captain,


Water


Polo, 2;
















BEVERLY


ELLEN


BUCKALOO


LAFAYETITE,


'INDIANA


Volleyball, Omega, 1-2
2; Tropical


dor,
1-2; Ring mltte( tee,


"Bes(


Basket Ball


Gamm Collegia
t Foot


Producing, Committee,


Music


Christmas
Group,


atChi, 2; n,1-2; ,4 Forward"


Delta Psi
I. R.. C.,
Sonquista;Staging,


Co-Directing,


Advertising Dance C


Cornommt-


Speech


sembly,


ALBERT WILLIAM CHERRY


ARALON,


NEW


JERSEY


Baseball


,1-2;


Water


Polo,


( Cap-


tam,


Basket-Ball,


1-2; Football, 1-2.















JOHN


ELLIS


COATS,


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA


Aviation


Cadet,
;Trac


Captain )


Naval
Ik, 1;


Student Association,


er 1, President 2 2; Conquistador,


Committee, and doubles Committee; (Chairman) ;


Aviation; Basketball,


Christmas


-2; Tennis, 1 champion) ; Elks Dance Bow-Wow Clu


Foot-


1-2 (President, 1-2 (Treasur-


Dance


Advertising Committee, ub, 1-2.


ANNE RUTH


CORLISS


PANAMA


Volleyball,


CITY


1; Softball,


PANAMA
1.


Tropical Collegian,

















WILLIAM L.
COLON,


DELAMATER PANAMA


U. S. Marine


Corps;


sembly Commitee,


Committee, 1 1; Football, stars Captain,


( Captain, ball, 1-2;


Alistars,
1-2),


Veterans


I. R. C. 2; AsFreshman Dance ;' Representative,


( Captain, Baseball,


1-2; VX Allstars,


/aterpolc


,All
( Cap), 1-2


Basket-


9<4K
#xk


Track, 2; Swimming. 2.


GEORGE


PHILLIP


DEPALMER


JANSVILLE,


WISCONSIN


;. Navy; Baseball,


Football, 1;
2; Con quistad


Waterpolo,
for, 2.



















EDWARD


ERNEST


EDER


COLON,


PANAMA


Navy; Track, Kappa.


Baseball, 1-2
1; Basketball,


Football


1-2; Theta


BARBARA


JOSEPHINE


GALLO


COLUMBUS,


Delta Psi


Omega,


OHIO "Best Foot For-


ward's


I.R.C


"Dear
.,1-2;


Ruth",
Varsity


Gamma Club,


Fresh-


man


Dance


Sophomore


Committee Banquet


Freshman-


Committee,


















RAYMOND MERCHANTVILLE, I


GILL


STE


U. S. Navy; Football, 1-2


!(Captain,


College


I


JERSEY


( Allstars,


2);
Radio


Basketball,


Hour,


'Village Green" 2.


LEO D. COLON,


U. S. Navy,


ent, 2) ; Football,


R. C.


1-2 (Presidi-


Basketball,


a


Baseball, 1-2 1-2; Junior "Dear Ruth,


GOULET PAN AMA


Baseball,



















EUGENE


THOMAS


GREGG


COLON,


PANAMA


Navy; I Baseball,


1-2; Basketball,


Football, 1-2; 1-2; Track, 2.


tf7; +
4< ~.;
Air a


JANE GRIFFING
HAWAII


Gamma


Theta


Kappa,


( Vice-President, 1-2 (Secretary,


Freshman Class Secretary,


Forward";


"Rehearsal


Student Council,


So.A.


L"Best Foot Reflection"; Dance Corn-


mittee, 2; Lounage Committee, 2;


Fresh-














MILDRED MT. RAINIER,


HAAS


MARYLAND


Gamma quistador,
1. R. C.,


Tropical


Omega, "Best1


"tVillage Gree


(Secretary, 2) ; ( Editor-in-Chief,


1-2 (Secretary,


Collegian, 1
(Bus~ness Forward";" Znn"; Staging,


Con-


Treasurer, Delta Psi


managerr, 'Dear R 1-2; Pr


ing, 1-2; Junior College Hour,


1;.


ic Group, 11; S.A. Party


Picnic


Committee,


Dance Committee,


Committee,


Freshman as Dance


Committee, Banquet (


Freshman - Sophomore


committee ,


Advertising


Committee, 2.


CAROLINE


HAL VORSEN


BROOKLYN, NEW YORK


Gamma cretary, Spotlight, mk:tee, 2;


Chi, 2; C Sophomore


onquistad or,


Class;


I.R .C.


!om-!


.uth"; oduc-. Mus-


Christm


Christmas


Dance


Party Committee,


m




















JOHN


MCNAIR


HANSON


ANCON,


CANAL ZONE


LW


ROBERT


HARVEY


, JR.


RICHMOND,


VIRGINIA


U.S. Navy; Phi Theta Kappa;


Conquistador,


Chairman,


Freshman


Committee,


"Dear


- Sophoms Chairman


Football, Ruth"; ore Ban~, Fresh-


man Dance Committee,
















HELEN


HOBBS


BROOKLYN, NEW YORK


I.R.C.,
Club, ( capt.
Softball


Committee, cheerleader, 2; Water
Committee,


;Publicity Volleyball )Basketball


Stars,


Manager


All All 1-2;


1; Cheerleader,


Chairman


Ballet,
1; P


Stars, Stars,
Gym


1-2; 1-2; Party


1-2 (Head-


Rallies,
Dance staging


Freshmen


'roducing


Village Green", 2;


scores


Dean


Kept Intermual


Hackett,


Fashion


Show, 2.


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S
4
'~02
4
4%


HARRY


MIAMI


HOLLAND


FLORIDA


U.S.


Navy;


Phi Theta


Kappa.




















FRANK


LUIS


HOOPER


COLON,


PANAMA


Army; Football


I. R.C.,


Theta


Kappa. 2:


SARAH


MARGARET


HOWELL


ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA


Volleyball,


Softball,


1; Basketball,


Club, 2; Gamma Chi, 2; Tropical


Collegian,
Committee,


-2; Con quistador, Chairman, 2.


Ring


0














sat.


SHIRLEY


AM


CHICAGO,


NE HUSUM
ILLINOIS


IR.C., er, 2);
legian,
1-2;


1-2;


Gamma


Conqu stador,
1: Christmas


Freshman


1-2 (


Treasur-


1-2; Tropical Co/Dance Committee,


- Sophomore


Banquet


Committee,


1; S. A. Party


Committee,


2; S. man


A. Picnic Dance Cc


Committee, 2
2; Volleyball,


Committee,


3mmittee,


Advertising


Fresh-


Assembly Committee,


PAUL


FREDERICK


ST. PETERSBURG,


Navy; Baseball,


SKARST
FLORIDA


1-2 (Captain,


Football,


Tennis,


(Captain, 11; Waterpolo, Captain, 1) ;


) ;Track, 2; BasketPresident,


Freshmen


Class,


















BENJAMIN
BALBOA


CLARKE


KULLER


CANAL ZONE


Football,
,2; 1


,1-2 (Captain, basketball, 1-2;


Track,


I.R.C.,


Tropical Collegian,


(Vice-President,
2; Con quistador,


KATHLEEN Bi
SHANGHAI


Volleyball, (Treasurer) ent, 2); Ti
quistador, 1


r'opical
i-2; N


\_RNES
CHINA


Theta


Gamma Chi,


Collegian,


atural


S -ience


LALLY


Kappa, 2
2 (Presid-


Con-


Society,


( Secretary-Treasurer )


Baseball, 1-2;
2 ); Waterpolc










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ROBERTA ANNE McCLOSKEY


W' ILLIAMSFGRT,


PENNSYLVANIA


R. C,,


1-2; Gamma Chi,


Con quistador, 2;
2; Natural Science


Manager,


Tropical
Society,


A.D
1-2; S ancial
Speech


Collegian,


ance tag ng


(Committee
Commi ttee,


r


director,
Assembly


Chi Assembly,


clety Asscl
dio,


Assembly,


mbly,


Music


Chairman )


Dramatics


ItVillage


Debate, Natural


Assembly


Producing, Class f in-


Green


Science So,1-2; Music


over


TED 1\ CAM BRIDGE, S. Merchant


Delta Psi


ward",


Omega,


4IELANSON
MASSACHUSETTS


Marina 1-2;


"Moonshinei


- -. - a.


e


Cadet


"Best F,
"' 2; r-t


Corps;


oot For"Village
YT


iU~MflLttX 4


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ROBERT
BUTTE


MITCHELL


MONTAN A


Navy;


FIootball,


B"asketball,


GEORGE


EDWIN


MULLER


BROOKLYN


NEW YORK


Field .4 "Dear Omega,


artillery; Ruth"';


"Best


Football,


Foot
1-2;


Forward"'


Delta


1-2 (Cast Director, 2)


















HENRY


DANIEL


NEUMANN


CANAlT ZONE


United States Naval Reserve;


Spani:
ball,


sh


Club,


1; Baseball,


1-2; Basketball, 1-2;


I.,R..C.
1-2, Fc


Track,


1 -


PAUL


ALOYSIUS


RIDGE


ANCON,


CANAL ZONE


1. R. C., Tennis)


Football


Baseball


Basketball.


ANTCO'lN


Oat-


,1-2;















STANLEY


BATh


Army A Foot F(
"Village


ir Corps; )rward", Green"


WALTER
AINA, CUBA "R*h I"


"Dear


SALO


: "Best


Ruth


Theta


Kappa


(Vice-president, 1


Sopi


Omega, iomore '\ Christmas


President, 2) ;
S. A. Counci


'ice-president, Dance Co


Delta 1,2;


2; Chorus, immittee, 2;


Water Show, 1


I. R. C., 1-2; Bow-Wow


Club, 1 College


2; Ring Hour, 1


Committee,


Football


Junior


Announcer,


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DWIGHT


SCARBROUGH


SIMPSON


[SASKATCHEWAN,


CANADA


1st. Lieutenant, Air Corps.



















EDWARD


GEORGE


SCHNAKE


CHICAGO. Phi Theta Kappa, 2;


ILLINOIS Delta Psi Omega,


4 ! iiii~ii:' i : '. . .


J anie" Big ]


"Dear


"Romeo &


)oorstep


Ruth"


Tropical Collegian,


''113
S


Juliet"; est Foot


For-


'Village Green .; Waterpolo.


-FRED


JOHN


LOS ANGELES,


SUNDSTROM CALIFORNIA


Football


Water


Water


Polo, 1-2 All Stars,


( Cap,1-2;


Baseball,


Basketball ,2.


- >~


1-2;' Great ward"





















ROBERT
BELL,


TURNER


CALIFORNIA


Navy;


Football, L.R. C.


Baseball,


Bowl-


FRANCIS


USHLER,


ST. JCSEPH, MISSOURI


L.R.C
( Stage Student


., 1-2;


Deli


Manager, Council,


tPsi Omega, Vicepresident, 2:"Rehearsal"


"Best


1; 'tVillage


- a,


2 "


Forward"


(


Bow-Wow
Al cc tanrel


sreen"
Club,


"Dear
College


1-2;


Snnlnrnr


Ruth", Hour,


Conquistador, re Artiviries


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EDMUND
PANAMA


JAMES
CITY, PA


WARD


~iLNAMA


Army


RAYMOND
HOUSTON.


A. F.R. S.


WARD
TEXAS


"The Great Big Doorstep Green. 2.


"Village



















WILLIAM KENDALL


INDIANAPOLIS,


WARD


INDIANA


Navy;


(All Stars, 2)


Baseball,


Water Polo,


tai, 2; All Stars, 2)
quistador.


Football, 2
1-2 (Cap-


Baseball, 2,


COn"


ROGER R.
HOUSTON


Army;


WEIDOFF
r. TEXAS


R. C.













Freshman Class
Officers

President --


James


Vice-Presiden


Albcrl


O'Donnell
t -.
t Johnston


Secretary-treasurer--


Sponso


Charlotte


Mr.


Lauren


Dye


Woodby


ta i~rr~1t

































Freshman


Engineering


Students


FRESHMAN


LIBERAL


ARTS


STUDENTS


Front


rOW:;


Alace Mariani;
Buckley, Bowie


Danny Lo second row: Smith, and


1 Gee, Helen Joanne


Barbara


Millard


Rae Souder,
Flynn.


Elaine


,Evelyn


Johnson,


Rodgers,


John


FRESHMAN


COMMERCIAL


STUDENTS


Front


drtee


row:


Whitlock;


Shirley
second


Weltz,


rOW :


Carre


Norman


Frensley,


Frank,


Edd


Virginia laLia N


Merri [oriega,


Clara


T homas,


Ronald Seeley.


FRESHMAN


ENGINEERING


STUDENTS


- -


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Presenting


MOST


ALL-AROUND


(tickle


Hobbs


DelaMarer


MOST


INTELLECTUAL


Kathleen Lally


Johnston


MOST POPULAR


Mille


Haas


John


Alexander


BEST LOOKING


Mary


Wendorf


Paul Karst


FRIENDLIEST


Juanita


Borgis


Bob


Harvey


WITTIEST


Ginger


Merrill


Schnake


MOST TALENTED


Dotsy


Bigelow


Ted Melanson


MOST


Alice Castro


ATHLETIC


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Student


Association


Officers

President -


Ellis


Coats


Vice-President-


William


Secretary--


Alice Lawren Er. Chain


Townsend Sullivan Lce Barca rles Bowen


T reasur


Sponsor


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September,


1947


What


after


Labor


you Day


passing


think?


czJC


that the place teemed As I had suspected,


opening.
my head day and


happened to and noticed with activity.


school


days ago I a half-opened


discovered


was


poked door-


was


tending a Student Council meeting. This Student Council was formed


to guide


time
a ft[
gym


I


plan


social is were


IA


get-aquainted"
in October.


activities. being
dance


made at


CONKY


.October,


Dear


1947


Diary:


Remember


being


made


supersonic-and What a party!


Sneak


practice


month


a dance


can


loved


at the


vouch every


previews


field


would


indicate


gym?


minute
JC


about Well,


)Otball


a powerful


:the the:x


eleven rival


supersonic


results


were


glimpsed o Drthe local


plans ultrahome.


the hi~gh


schools, but, time, of course,


Goodnight.


CONKY


November,


1947


Dear


Diary Guess


spoke


toenails


onslaught


out of


curled, i :College


turn,


was lads,


In vail


month. n. BHS


Even went


Cristobal


though down


boys


cheered


before their


on the field, To console myself, I dr Junior College dance at the Elks Club on


opped


into


the twenty-first.


high


school -


The brightest


spot


evening


was


when


managed


to tag


Maureen


Manu h.


CONKY


Dear


Diary: [ he collegians


really


C .-~.-k C A


set a pace


*1' t' C Or'


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during


month.


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January,


1948


Dear


know.


Diary: Haven't


seen


much


Naturally,


good


friend


was


Tommy


tne gang enough tc


Marine,


month--exam


make


however,


induced


keep


week, you distance.


me to return


time


to attend


consisted Noticed machine.


a play,


a new


hardtimes a fashion


addition


party show,


given games,


lounge.


Entertainment


a box


lunch


installed


auction. a coke


CONKY


February,


Dear


1948


Diary


Can't


those ranged


;as four


imagine


how


College


games


a very


twentieth,


with


nice must


twenty-nine


baseball


high


semi-formal


dys


team


schools.


dance


a slightly


pass


so quickly.


around Thelt n the terrific


just


bases


Freshman


new time.


gym


about
during


Class
on


CONKY


March,


Dear


1948


Diary


start


concerned


Ward' After
the t


month


a hayride.


.d, it was rougher than my trip wit feet in my face, can't possibly see how


at Pedro


Miguel,


wonder


Ih


aslI


Magellon.


With


J had such a good time. we all wouldn't f it in


uck.


CONKY


April,


Dear


1948


Diary:


just
marvelous


is now program morning


before


time


lust will


toddle


a memory


when


have


tonight. The accompanied


"in my
wider a


scrapbook Lwake ....


College


about


dance at the


aching
( Volume


feet.


This


XXXIIX)


Hotel little


Tivoli dance


tomorrow


CONKY


May,


Dear


1948


Diary


-- a a - a - - . - A


bueno!
































First row


Peggy


Sylvestre,


Barbara


T eBrun,


Helen


Hobbs,


Caroline


vorsen, Miule Haas, Juanita Borgis


second row:


Mr. Charles Bowen, Ellis Coats,


Melanson, Bil Frank Ushler,


Priscilla Ashton, Shirley


Angermuller,


Salo,


DelaMater, D Bill Townsend;


Didrickson,


third


row:


Husum, Ben Kuller, Ed


Dick


Scheidegg,


Beverly


Norman
c Taylor,


Schmake; f, Buckaloo,


Frank, Maureer crurth roy Danny


Jerry


Dar-


i Manush, v:Ronald Neumann.


International


Relations


Club


The
by about the new President:


launching


fifty s officer, Ben


H ightower,
club.


;tudents. P. s were hoj Kuller, V Treasurer.


International


Relations


future,


plans ,eful.


new


'ice-president; Mr. Charles


undei


officers


Mille Bowen


Club


rthe were


Haas, acted


was


attended


direction


Go


Secretary; as sponsor


ilet, and for


At an early mittee chairman,


meeting,


Kenny


and meetings


were


Baer


was


planned


named


as program


for twice a month.


cornThis


plan,


however,


was


not carried


out.










amma


Chi


Gamma


six members,


officers, Jane C Husum,
A


girls held


became formal school


elected


iriffing, V Treasurer.


rush and


gals with


Ma


rushed high ywer4


'ice-president;


Mrs.


into spirits


the and


as follows


Mille


Pat O'Connell


in September


an idea


at which


members banquet


time


pledges.


irnishc
On


ten girls--six


sorority.


at the


Hotel


Tivoli,


school hopes


:Kathleen


Haas, wass


ed


with the ft
Lally,


Secretary


a total future.


The


President;
di Shirley


;ponsor.


a delightful


November sophomores,


first
four


initiation was
lefirst formal


afternoon


an initiation freshmen -


followed


affair


year.


Cheering redecorating


hours dinner which their t


at games, ie lounge,


Gammas


partj the homes


y{was girls
with


held and


selling servin


during


cokes,
_on


Noveml


by the sororI their escorts


Christmas


ushering committees er and Dc


at the


College


occupied .cember.


before Christmas


serenaded


faculty


plays, spare


spaghetti


vacation, a members


fter at


carols.


The
Gamma to the as


May


formal
member


second


semester


assembly.


silstance


brought


banquet,
:sthello


rush-tea" success


members


along


at which


a yes


with time ir of


came


In March,


latter


exclusive


second


members


service


may
"tBow


semester


as did


attributed


Wow


" Club.


initiation


goodbye


and
new


to CZJC.


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Front row:


Stan Salo, Kathleen Lally, Jane Griffing, Alace Mariani, Vilma


Rosania, Ed Schnake; second row.


Harry Boney Kern;


Holland
,,Phyllis last row


,Larry]1 Fong, �Robert


Barca,
Lois


Durston Richardson, Bill Kongable, Ed Eder,


John Alexander, I Mclntyre, Charlotte


Thomas


Mr. Subert


Harvey;


Dye,


Turbyf ill,


Albert


third


row:-


Johnston,


Rena Karl


Edda Lia Noriega.


Phi


Theta


Kappa


three


What's


Le beginning ol members-Jane


saying


school


Griffing,


about


quality,


year Stan


Phi Salo,


Theta and


Kappa Harry


boasted Holland.


not quantity?


total


Kathleen


October, fiv up to eight.


Lally,


Eder,


eligible


Snew
Bob


sophomores members 'v


Harvey,


d


were


were [ Ed


initiated,


Myrtle


Cazort


bringing t Ewing,


Schnake.


Officers


year


were


as follows:


Stan


Salo,


President


Bob
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Delta


Psi


Omega


Delta


officers.


Frank


Ushler,


Omega


George


activities


Muller


as Stage


was


Manager


chosen


year stl as Cast


arted


Director


(Vice-President)


with


election


(President)


Mille


Haas,


Business


Manager


October


a Hallowe'en


George


party.


DePalmer


( Secretary-treasurer).


fraternity


This


shakes


entertained


brought


a mean


hula,


light and


Class many


Stan


Salo


in Dramatics


hidden


looks


talents stunning


Cherry Delta


1


Omega


first major dramatic


devoted


Besides


traditional
atmosphere


with


their


was


well


represented


production of the year.


time


;production, Christmas d


formality


appearance


During


about Again Class


Before


February,


thirty


membc


Sin April, 1 in Dramatics


year


to constructing


the m( inner h usually plastic


)flth Leld


1/i/lag


Green,


Members of the fraternity


an entire
December


annually


present
bubbles,


a progressive .rs, rushees,a


)elta


Omega


production


was


at such to one


dinner


was


guests.


membe Great


initiation


:rs


new


set of


brought


the t affairs


scenery.


about


fraternity.


held and took their


Amerzcai
brought


changed, attended


places


nZ Family.
a number


was


pledges


Into


ranks.


a 4~ .6 a av -w


m


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~i:


CONQUISTADOR


students


spot. more


place


recently


swopped witnessed


calculus greater


Conquistador


Schnake,


table


about


with


books, eleven


;lounge


where


pinochle problems.


activity


went
with


mounds


other


minutes,


long gang


:"has


guzzled


Never,


than


during


known played


cokes,


however,


Easter


read


have


a recreational


ping-pong


magazines,


those


vacation


press.


fiendish


facial


snapshots,


sundry


"Are


props,


expression,


SCISSORS, shouting


these


revered


week,


occupied


paste, lustily


at intervals


walls
week


pencils,


snapshots?"


girl-of-all-work,


dummy laughing


pages


pleasant


at Swh na ce'


Kathleen


job)


inIceg


Lally,


alternated


,composing


miscellaneous


cutting articles,


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B


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4

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Periodically,


Editors


Danny


Gee and


George


DaPalmer


would


drop


in for


a conference


"Conky,


"but,


in desperation,


they


worked


Mille


elsewhere.


Haas


"butcher's


wickedly


slashed


,whistling


blcod"


through


Down


Staff with


Typist, aI whirlwind


d Shirley velocity,


gleefully to flow


copy


typing Husum.


pausing


corner,


through dummies


room,


Activities


only


shortly


editors


acquired


veins


alike.


Caroline


Editor,


a question,


Halvorsen,


pounded a kind


Head away word,


or a coke.


After


a number


Editor-in-Chief


ness


Manager,


Mille


Lois


Danny L


changes,


Haas;


Mclntyre; id George


final


Assistant Feature


staff


Editor,


Editor,


DePalmer;


Kathleen


Ellis


Coats


Photographer,


is as follows


Lly


Busi-


Editors Kuller:


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row:


Kathleen


Miss Dorothy


Ben Kuller, Margaret Howell, Elaine


Lally;
Moody


second


r'OW:


Coats,


John Buckley, and Mr.


Rodgers,


Schnake,


James Lyons.


Danny


Barbara


Millard


Tropical


Collegian


The
successful leadership


Miss


Moody Business


an interesting


Elaine


details


Rodgers,
Lyons.


were


carried


czJC, year.


monthly he staff


Editor-in -chief,


out by


publication, has operated and the


Margaret


Manager.


Howell,


'uidance


Business


Ellis
sport


Peggy
Coats, world.


Sylvestre


reported


Co-Sports


"Tropical


vealed. writing "Tramrn


For t has
/hear


past


offered
r*q t:II


Tramp,


tWO
the


recn .i II


girls


Editors,


sports,


presented


"heretofore


years,


T.C.


unknown,


Schnake's


reader


lit- nnnrc


this


ti11|


Kuller


boys' can


side now


quick


humorous


-/dl IC fl II rnn1't1/


column.


,


and
the

refine


The
S
~-4 a- J-n I- * -'


Tropical


Collegian,


1F


l










Spotlight


Spotlight,


a mimeographed


paper


published


every


Monday


morning, is the source of "the know


around school.


Students scurrying


to first


classes


fnd
CA


penings,
statistic
All
printed. during 1


bits has


of been


games
The


snatch


a copy


.meetings information compiled


played
spotlight


as they


about


about,


during t provides


,pass next


the College week, all la,


education


even


week,


tor almos humorous


whether


a schedule


Office. Week's


They
hap-


t anything
anecdotes.


won


games


played


week.


The
Whitlock,


ha
from


ably


I


a fine
tion..


staff,


consisting


Caroline Halvorsen,


kept


week job


Junior


to week.


compiling,


addition,


is published


under


these the


Rose Clara


College


girls, in
stencling


girls


work


supervision


McKee,


Margaret


Howell,


Thomas, and Yolanda


tht


informed
e office


land


about trainig


the class


mimeographing


for credits ofo the Co]


in class.


liege


this The


Andree


Canavaggio,


happenings


have


done


p~ublicaSotlight


Office.


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First row:


Shirley Husum, Peggy Sylvestre; second row:


Mr. James Lyons,


Ed Schnake, Mr.


Roger C.


Hackett,


Taylor.


Assembly


Committee


The Assembly Committee is a group appointed


to plan a schedule


of the consisted


freshmen;


mlttee


assembly


Shirle) inclu


programs following yHusum died Mr.]


students


Rogert


year. x


This


:Peggy S.J Schnake, I. Hackett,


year


'lv estre and sophomores. Mr. James


committee Jack Taylor, The cornLyons, and


Subert


Turbyf ill.


one act Science


Balboa
day, I


Thursday, plays and Society ha


Union


October


a monologue as


as its guest


Church,


November


when


Class


in Dramatics


its assembly


speaker N.S.S.


Christmas


presented


program.


Robert


assembly


Music


was


Group,


two


Natural


Rolof son


held


with


Tues-


1


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Student


Assistants


Student


the 1935 were


Canal


Assistants


Zone


SKathleen
appointed


bestowed r.cilncnt r erience f


only u is an


Junior
Lally,


have


been


College


George


assistants pon the honor.


these


for
better


Scott, this


employed offices


Bob
year.


students


instructors


laboratories


Mitchell, anc Assistantships


and,


addition,


therefore,


work


offers


Jim are such


since


Keller usually an ap-


valuable


students.


Kathlcen,


checkin work; school


g paper, George, and coil


as Miss M
s, typing, r' Biology ,/ ege biology


oody's
ecordin \ssistani work;


English g grades, thelpec


Bob,


Assistant,


and Mr.


as Mr.


spent


0on Lee Buckle)


leng


hc


general cler with his hi r's Assistant


)urS ical tigh


PhysI: their merit,


Jim,


respective


keeping


Vinton' s


Assistant


laboratories-preparing


things


Chemistry,


experiments,


labox


tending


ed in equip-


in order.


At.4><~~.


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Juanita


Borgis,


Martha Zent, Mead Gruver, Kay Babbs,


Joan


Powell,


Coats


Sergezint


Towery


and Mr


Douglas


Johnston.


Elks


Club


Committee


The
combined


club


one


BPOE 1
student Friday


furnished


1414


body night Elks.


each


;year �and
month


provided


BHS.
for


"This


a generous


WaS


a dance


; the with


treat


use of


their


orchestra


The
at these were ap


Student dances. pointed


resentatives
Townsend.


from Mead


Association


joint c Ld they Cwere Gruver,


made


:ommltte, elected Albert Joan


rules
and


a chairman


Johnston, Powell,


governing


BHS s ,Ellis


Juanita


;tudent
Coats.


:tlVities officers
Rep-


Borgis,


Babbs,


Martha


Zent


represented


high


school.










Natural


Science


Society


The once


vember,


Natural


before


student


body,


Science


Society


got rolling club had with Dr.


to a slow


it really organized,


Robert


gathered


it presented


Rolof son


start


momentum.


year, No-


an assembly fo: Balboa Union


Church


as guest


speaker.


George


meeting ot .ees home,


club


where


was Mrs.


during Lee


vacation


,rovided


some


legendary


icers,


John


waffles.


next


Alexander,


meeting


President;


was


Robcrta


a business
McCloskey,


ore


as of-


Vice-piesident;


Kathleen


Lally,


Secretary-treasurer;


we:e


elected


Since as guests


then
have


many interesting been held.


meetings


with


well


known


scientists


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From


left to right:


Maureen


Manush


,Tommy


Marine,


Donald


Morton,


Norman


Frank, Mille


Haas,


Frank


Ushler,


George


Muller,


Class


Dramatics


Sixth


duction


Family


Village
December 1


Villa
by


Season


Aurania


was


Class


Dramatics


Carl Allenswortb,


Rouveral.
scheduled


Thursday,


featured


Great


presentation


December


in the


Balboa


e promier-


Wednesday, Elementary


School change,


play, life


Patio.


Uncertain


weather


production


a comedy na small


and New


winner c England


conditions,
presented,


the
town


Critics


however,


Circle


necessitated


Balboa
Award,


affect


gym.


concerns


town


provincialism


rn t, nl�


upon


i-A, at-n fltflt 1% or


a progressive


C


r


. n tn


judge.
C tflfl Ira .4


painting


nfl--I'


anae


WO-


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I
'can


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Danny


Lou Gee, Martin


Olsen,


Ed Schnake,


Elaine


Rodgers,


Melan-


son, Bill


Townsend,


Towery,


and Emelina


Schmidt.


production


constructed of Delta Psi


For thc American F,
twenty years


of the as the about mained


set of


Omega. second


family
and


Seymour Balboa(


time


intact


scenery


was
deals


was


used


prepared


major
chosen.


'V


family. Clubhouse


until


'itht Wgith


production


action


hilarious


this, also,


Theater


production.


after


was


first


time,


members


se t


Covers a happenings


there arose a


to be


Fortunately,


scheduled


period


ie newly class and


rhe
of


in the dail


Great
about y life


theater problem,


demolished


however,


rebuilt


theater


performance.


Mr.
fl .. t.lrn. Inn.


Mrs.


Seymour


* *-t'


were


played


rli:r


Schnake
Cnt t�c,


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Beverly


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arts


Cheerleaders Football Baseball Water Polo


Softball
Track Basketball




































Front


row:


Ginger


Merrill, Babs LeBrun, Charlotte Dye;


second


row.


Marion


Schjeveland, Helen


Rae Souder


Chickie


Hobbs,


Peggy


Sylvestre.


Cheerleaders


Under


seven girls new liners


Junior


leadership


College


the cheering


outf its, and
sto "yell,)


cheerleade


Chickie ,rs made


at football and


cheerbooks edited


Hobbs, a fine


basketball


head c showing games.


:heerleader,


this Baton


Club, in spired


year. I ne Stwirling,
the side-


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FOOTBALL


ALL- STARS


First row


B. Ward; Karst. M.


second


Dolan, Kelleher, Rose, Kuller, Angermuller,


row:


Mitchell, Eder,


Darden


,Atwood,


Taylor,


DelaMater


Scheidegg,


SKongable,


Alexander.


Football


The College


fulEC easily


:ristobal


eleven


squad,


went down


took


their


over their first string squad


twice reveng


to victory.


in defeat b e on BHS


before


as they


powerromped


This made eight straight


defeats


intramural


Coach


All-star


lineup


football


Bleifuss and


from


games tor intramural


outstanding


BHS.


captains


partcipant,


picked


the


te College intramural









25,
trol team


CHS CHS teams
wild score


quarter, through
to score


jn the


came


Balboa


ball. within


quarterback, 6 points al received s


field.


most none


During


time.


yard


completed riead. The


several


ended up zero. The and, with center for


only


with Colle


one


After


scoring. a 10-yard


secot


penalties.
a score .ge boys yard to


a touchdown.


extra


In of


quarter, a penalty


pass


quarter wa, tthe third


College ' of 55 minutes,


Aycock, scoreless, quarter,


in comparison


attempted


Stroop


point


a comeback


kGee, J received


Final


had yards,


con the


Hayward,


which and
CRS


wi!th
in


quarterback,


a pass score (


frm


EHS-18,


put both went


College's the final


went
Cherry JC-7.


Golden


with


beating.


Anchor


College


College


boys


scored


game


was


played


on top


within


minutes


on November


with aftei


BHAS
rthe


receiving


first


endthe


whistle


was


blown.


second


quarter,


however,


BHAS


took


possession


intercepted field for a beautiful e


with made


around JC-14,


and a pass


started near


ttouchdown.


:ver


quarter, a new


made


JC-14, spirit


consecutive


to score


toward


the o This Canal


BHS-O.


that first the


BHS-6.


was


ne -yard


run


was


Zone


goal. line


DelaMater, ,d ran the


undoubtedly


football.


third


practically


downs.


BHS


fourth


one-yard


mnv and BHS


amn.


Cherry,


scored. end,


With


line,


halfback,


about


scored


tWO


once


Ridge,


quarter


JCFt length


one score


brought


impossible to BHS fullback,


touchdown.


quarter, T but then, took to ti


minutes


more


This


Eder,


to play, BHS. Fir


ialf back,


the the


back


stop. made


made


halfback,


attempts


ir to do Ridget ual score


tO score


the passed


: the most secBHS


Balboa a run = score carried


were


impossible, to Carlin,


JC-20, BHS-12.


Cristob�


College ag ,al. During


un


took


a beating "quarter,


from


CHAS


foui


on November
consecutive


downs,


to score. Egoif in Gibson to make


score


failed


again
Score .thelk made the I to6


the ast
in


to score


on the


muddy


McDougall


at the


Cristobal


extra


point.


touchdown


favor


came


secon( back


Egolf


field.


second


plunged


quarter


in the


passed


JC-6,


third


to Horir


game


through
pCHS-O.


quarter ie inth


ended


quarcenter With


to score. e fourth


with


Cristobal.


The both


final teams


game
made


season


was


an excellent


a win


game,


Fine


final


playing


score


was


TC.-20.


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Kongable,


Towery, Hentchel,


Alexander;


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Dard-


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I 9 aLllnquista:hor VOLUME XIII PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION MILDRED HAAS EDITOR -IN-CHIEF LOIS McINTYRE BUSINESS MANAGER Yearbook 0/ the Canal Zone l t mior College Balboa C. Z 4 8

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WE'D LIKE YOU TO MEET EL CONQUISTADOR-affeCtiona t e l y dubbed Conky, H e sailed w ith Columbus and f o u ght beside Cortez; he 's a combination Don Qui xote and Vasco Nunez de B a lb oa; he's been h e re befo re a n d und o ubtedly, will be back again, "Conky" may be see n al m ost daily wandering throu g h ] aySee h a lls-seen th at is, if one looks s h a r p ly, H e often disappea r s for we eks on end an d tis rum ored th a t at these times he visit s at Glubglub Island-th e paradise of pirat e s exp l ore r s and conquerors of the Spanish M a in, We, th e Conqu i stador Staff, have enj oyed know ing him and working w i th him, \Y/e sincerely hope that you will e njoy him, als o CONQUISTADOR PAGE THRE E

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ADMINISTRATION LAWRENCE JOHNSON Superintendent of Schools BEN M. WILLIAMS Associate Superintendent CALMER A BAT ALDEN Assistant to Sup e rintendent C o lored Second a r y Schools P AGE FOUR SIGURD E ESSER Directo r o f R esea rch ROGER C. HACKETT Dean of the Junior Coll ege CONQUISTADOR

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THE FA CUL TY 1947-1948 ROGER C. HACKETT, Dean of the Junior Colle g e HELEN C. BAKER, Instructor in Music ALBERT A. BLEIFUSS Athletic Coach CHARLES R. BOWEN, Instrucror in Social Sciences FLOYD BU CKLE Y, Instru cror in Physical Sciences HELENA CLARDY, Librarian SHEPARD S. CLARK, Instrucror in Commercia l Edu c ation OLGA J FROST, Instrucror in French and Spanish BEATRICE S. GARDNER, Instru cror in Art EDWARD W. HATCHETT, Instru cror in Mathematics GEORGE O. LEE In stru c ror in Biologic a l Sciences JAMES A. LYONS Instru cro r in Commercial Educati c n ; Dea n of Men DOROTHY MOODY, Instrucror in English; Dean of Women PATRI CIA B. O"CONNELL, Instru cror in PhY5 icai Edu c ation for W c men JOHN S. PETTINGILL, Swimming Coac h MARY S QUINTON, Office Secretary SUBERT TURBYFILL, In st rucror in English and Dramatics KENETH W. VINTON, Instru cror in Physical Sciences ALLEN B. WARD, Instrucror in Spanish WILLIAM WELLONS Instru cro r in Mathematics LAUREN WOODBY, In strucro r in Mathematics and Engineering CONQUISTADOR PAGE PIVE

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... i n class. PAGE S I X COJ'QUISTADOR

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... and personal! y CONQUISTADOR PAGE SEVEN

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Mr. Lyons PAGE E IGHT Sophomore Class Officers President-John Alexander Vice-PresidentStanley Salo Secretary-C aro line Halvorsen T reasttrer-George Muller Sponsor-Mr James Lyons CONQUISTADOR

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Carol CONQUISTADOR PAGE NINE

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MILO R ALEXANDER PANAM A C I TY PANAMA Navy ; F ootba ll 1 2; B ase B all, 1 .2; T ra c k 1 -2; Bask e t B all, 1-2 (Cap r ai n I); War e r P o l o 2; PAGE TEN JOHN A. A L EXANDER RO C KPORT MASS A C H U S ETIS U S N Sub m arine S ervi ce ; I. R. c., I ; Wate r P o l o All St ars, 1-2 ( Cap r ain, 2); Bask e t -Ball 2; Swimm in g Team 1-2 ; S op h o m o r e C lass President; N atura l S c ien ce S oc iety Preside nt 2; Trop i cal Colleg i an ji di to r ). CONQUISTADO R

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BEVERLY ELLE N B UCKALOO lAFAYETIE. IINDIANA V o ll e yb all, L ; Bask e t B all, L; D e Lta P s i Omeg a 1 ; Ga m ma Chi, 2; I. R. C, 2; T ropical Collegian, Conqllistadar, 2; Best Foot For ward"; Stag:ng, 1 ; Produ ci ng, 1 -2; CoD i r ee r i n g. 1 ; R i n g Co m mittee, 2; Advert i sing Comminee, 2; Christmas D a n ce Commit t ee; M usic Group. 1-2; Speec h AssembLy, l. CONQUISTADOR ALBERT W I LLIAM C H ERRY ARALON NEW JERSEY Baseball, L; Water PoLo, 1 ; (Cap, tain, L); Basket.Ball, [.2; Football, [ PAGE ELEVEN

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JO ANNE RUTH CORLISS PA N AMA C ITY PANAMA V o ll eyba ll 1 ; So ftb a ll 1. PAGE TWELVE JOHN ELLIS COATS, JR. P ENS A C OLA FLORIDA Aviati o n Cader Naval Aviation; Foot ball, 1 -2; Trac k 1 ; Ba s k e tball, 1-2 (Capta i n), 1); 1. R C. 1 2 ( President I ) Stu d ent As soc iat io n 1 -2 (Treasur er J. Pres ident 2); Tro pi c al C o ll eg ian 2; COllq u i s t "do r 2; Chri s tma s Dance Co mmitt ee, 1 -2; Tenni s 1 -2 (singles a nd d o uble s c hampion); Advertising Commiuee; Elks Dan c e Comminee, (Chairm a n); D o w W o w Club, 1 -2. CONQ UISTADOR

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WILLIAM 1. DELAMATER C OLON PANAMA U. S. Marin e Corps; 1. R. C. 2; Assembly Committee 1 ; Freshman Dance Committee, 1 ; Veterans' Repre se ntative I; Football 1-2 (Captain 1-2), AIl stars Captain, 1-2; Baseball 1-2 (Captain 1), Allstar s, 1-2; Waterp o lo 1-2 (Captai n, 1-2), Allstars, 1-2; Bas ketball 1-2; Track, 2; Swimming. 2. CONQUISTADOR GEORGE PHILLIP DEPALMER J ANSVILLE. WISCON,I N U S Navy; Football I ; Water polo 1-2; Baseba ll 2; Conqu:Jlador, 2. PAGE THIRTEEN

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BARBARA JOSEPHINE GALLO COLUMBUS, OH I O Delta Psi Omega 1-2; Best Foot Forward"; Dear Ruth" ; Gamma Chi, 2; I. R. c., 1 2; Varsir y Club 2; Fresh man D a n ce Committee, 1 ; Fres hmanSophomore B a nquet Committee, J ; Basket Ball, 1. PAGE FOURTEEN EDWARD ERNEST EDER JR. COLON PANAMA Navy; B aseball, 12; Football 1 ; Track 1 ; Basketball, 1.2; Phi Theta Kappa. CONQUISTADOR

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RA YMOND GILL MER C H AN TVILL E NEW J E R SEY U S N avy; F oot b a ll 1-2 ( All stars, 1); B ase b a ll. 1-2 ( C a pla i n 2); Bask e t ball, 1 -2; Juni o r Co ll ege R adio H ou r 1; Dear Ruth," 1; V illage Gree n 2. CONQUISTADOR LEO D. GOU LET COLON. PAN AMA U. S. Navy, V-6 ; I. R. C. J 2 ( P r esid e nt, 2); Bas e ball, J -2; Bask e tball, J -2; Foo t ba ll J PAGE FIFTEEN

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JANE GRIFFING HAWAll Gamml Chi, 1-2 ( V ice-President, 2); Phi Theta Kappa 1-2 (Secre tary 2); Fres!:ma n C l ass 1 ; "Best Foot For ward"; R ehearsal and R eflec t ion"; Student Counci l 2; S. A. Dance Com mittee 2; Lounge Committee, 2; Fresh man Sophomore B anquet Committee, 1. PAGE SIXTEEN EUGENE THOMAS GREGG COLON PANAMA Navy ; I. R C, 1 -2; F oo tball, 1-2 ; B aseball, 1 -?' Bas ketball, 1-2; Trac k, 2. CONQUISTADOR

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MILDRED H HAAS M T RAINIER. MARYLAND Gamma Chi, 1 (Sec r eta r y 2 ) ; COli' quistador, 1 ( Ediror -i n-Ch ief 2 ) ; I. R. C, 12 (Sec re tary, 12; Treasure r 2); Tropical Coll eg.;all, 1 .2; Delta Psi Omega, 1 (Bus : n ess Manager 2); Best F oot F o r ward"; Dear R ut h "; Village Green"; Staging, 1 -2 ; P roducing 1.2; Juni o r Colleg e Hour, I ; Mus i c Group, 1 -2; S.A. Picn:c C o mmittee I ; S.A. P arty Committee, 2; Freshman Dan ce Co mm ittee, I ; C h ristmas D ance Comminee, 1 -2; Freshman -Sophomor e Banquet Commiuee. 1 ; Advenising C ommittee, 2. CONQUI S 'ADOR "" CAROLINE M HALVORSEN BRO OKLYN NEW YORK G a mma Chi 2; C o nqu i stad o r 2, Se crerary S o phomo r e Class; I.R .C., 2; S p mi: ghc. 2; Chri stmas Dance Com m::t ee, 2; S.A Party Committee, 2. P AGE SEVENTEEN

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ROB ERT R. HARVEY, JR RICHMOND V IRGI N I A u s N av y ; Ph i The t a K appa; F ootball, 1 ; COllquistado r 1 ; Dear Ru::h "; Chairm a n F reshm a n Sop h o m o r e B a n q u e t Committee, 1; C hair ma n F res h m a n D a n ce Co mm i n ee, I P AGE EIGHTEEN JOHN M C NA IR HANWN ANCON CANA L ZONE I. R C 1 2 CONQUISTADOR

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HELEN R HOBBS BROOKLYN NEW YORK I.R C., 2; Publi c ity M a n age r o f V Club 2; V olleyball All S t ars, 1 .2 ; (capt. I ) Bask e tb all All S tars 1 2 ; S o ftb all All S t ars 1-2; Gy m P a rt y Committee, I ; C h eerleade r 1 2 ( H eadc h e erlead e r 2); C hairma n Pep R a lli es 2; W a t e r Ba ll e t I ; F r es hm e n D a n ce Committee, 1 ; Producin g a n d s tagin g f o r Vill age Gr ee n", 2 ; K e pt I ntermua l scores f o r Dean H a c k ett, 2; Fash ion S h ow, 2 CONQU I S T A D O R l HARRY W. HOLLAND JR. MIAM I FLOR ID A U S Navy ; Phi Theta Kap pa. PAGE N I NETEEN

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SARAH MARGARET HOWELL A!:HEVI LLE NORTH CAROLINA V o lleyball 1-2; Softball, I ; Ba s ketball 2; v. Club, 2; Gamma C hi, 2; Tropic,, Colle gian, 1 -2; Conquistador 2; Ring Committee Chairman, 2. PAGE TWENTY FRANK L U I S HOOPER COLON PANAM A Army; I.R. C., I ; Phi Thera K appa 2: FoOl ball 1. CONQUI S T A D O R

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SHIRLEY ANNE HUSUM CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 1 R .C., 1 -2; Gamma C hi, 1-2 ( Trea surer, 2); Conqll"lador, 1-2; Tropical Collegian I ; Christmas D ance Commiuee, ) ; Freshma n Sop homor e B anquet Commi[(ee, 1 ; S. A. P arry Committee, 2; S. A Pi c nic Committee, 1 ; F r esh m3n D a n ce Committee. 1; Assembly Commitree 2; Adverti s:ng Committee, 2; V olleyball, 1 CONQUISTADOR PAUL FREDERICK KARST ST FETERSB[;RG. FlORJDA U.S. Navy; Baseball, 1-2 (Capt ai n 2); F ootball, 1-2 (Captai n, 1-2); Track, 1-2; Tenni s, I; \Xfaterpo lo 2; Basketball, 1-2 (Captain, I ); Pre side nt, Freshmen Class, I. PAGE TWENTY-ONE

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KATHLEEN BARNES LALLY S HANGHAI. C H INA Volleyball 1 ; Phi Theta Kappa, (Treasu rer); Gamma C hi 1-2 (President, 2); Tr opicdl Coliegidn, 1 -2; COI/.quiJlador 1 ; Natura l S : ience Sociery, 2 (Sec retary-Treasure r). PAGE TWENTY-TWO BENJAMIN CLARKE K UL L E R BALBOA CANAL ZONE B aseball, 1 -2; F ootball, 1-2 ( Captain 2); Water po l o, 2; Bas ketball, 1-2; T r ack, 2; I.R .C., 2 ( Vice Pre sident, 2 ) ; Tropical Collegian, 2; Conqllistado r 2. CONQUISTADOR

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J AMES G E MAQUI R E A N CON. C ANA L ZONE Navy CON Q U ISTADOR. THO MAS C OOPER MARINE A NC ON. C ANA L ZONE Arm y A i r Co r p s; I. R c.. 1-2; D ea r R u t h "; V ill age G reen"; B aseball, 1 -2; F ootball, 1 -2; PAGE TWENTYT HREE

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TE D M ELANS O N CAM B RJD G E, M ASSA C H USETTS U S. M e r c h a nt M a r ; n e Cad et Corps; D el t a P si Omega. 1 -2; B es t Foot f orward", I ; Moon s h i ne r ", 2; Green ", 2; Dram a t ics R ad i o H ou r ; F oo t ball, 1 -2; B aseball, 1 -2; B aske t ball, 1 -2; B ow l i n g, I (Captai n I). PAGE TWENTY-FOUR ROBER T A ANNE M c CLOS K EY \ v ILLIAMS F ORT, PENNSYLVANI A I. R c., 1 -2; Gam ma C hi, 1-2 ( Publi c it y M a nager, 2); C Olltj ll.:Jlado rJ 2; T ropica l Collegi all, 1-2; N a tur a l S c i e nce Soc i ety, 2 ( C ommittee C h a irm a n); S A D a nce Commi tt ee, 2; P rodu cing, 1 -2; S tag"ng, 2; Dra m at i c s C l ass f in a n c i a l d i rector 2; "Vill age G reen ; Speec h A sse m b l y D e b a t e, I ; Gamma C h i A sse mbly, 1 ; Natural Sci e n c e S o c iEty 2; C h orus, 1-2; Music Assem b ly, 2; Mus i c A sse m b l y over rad io, 1 ; C O NQUISTADOR

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ROBERT D MITCHELL B UTTE, Navy; Football 1-2; Bos:"tball, 1-2. CONQUISTADOR GEORGE EDWIN MULLER BROOKLYN, NEW YORK Field Arti ll ery; "Bes[ Foot Forward" ; Dfar Ruth"; Football 1 -2; Delta Psi Omega, 1-2 (Cast Director, 2). PAGE TWENTYFIVE

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PAUL ALOYSIUS RIDGE ANCON, CANAL Z O NE I. R C, 1 -2; F oo t ball, I; B ase b all, 1 -2; T e nnis, 1 -2; Bask e t ball, 1 -2; PAGE TWENTY-SI X HENR Y DANIEL NEUMANN ANCON, CANA L Z O N E U nited S t a t es N a v a l R ese rve ; I.R .C., 2; Spanis h Club, I ; B ase b all, 1-2; F ootball, 1 -2; Bask e t ba ll 1 -2; Track, 1-2 CONQ U I STADO R

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STANLEY WALTER SALO HAVA NA, CUB A Army Air Corps; R e h ea rsal 1 ; B est Foot F o rw a rd", 1 ; D ea r Ruth", 1 ; V illage Gree n ", 2; Ph i The t a K appa ( V ice -p r eside nt I ; Pres ident 2); Delta Psi Omega, 1.2; S. A Coun ci l 2 ; S opho m o r e Vice-preside nt 2; C h o r us, 2 ; Christmas D a n ce Co mm i n ee, 2 ; W a t e r S h ow, 1 ; I. R C 1-2; B ow-Wow C l u b 1 2; R i n g Commi nee, 2 ; J u n io r C olleg e H our, 1 ; F ootba ll Ann ou n c e r 2, C O N Q U ISTADOR DWIGHT E SCARBROUGH S IMPSO N SASKA T C H EWAN C ANADA 1 st. L ieute n ant Air Co r ps PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN

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FRED JOHN SUNDSTROM LOS ANGELES CAUroRNIA Football 1 ; Water Polo, 1 (Cap, tain, 1); Water P o l o All Stars, 1 ; B aseball, 1; Basketball ,2. PAGE TWENTY.EIGHT EDW ARD GEORGE SCHNAKE CHICAGO. ILUNO!S Ph i Theta Kappa 2; Del ta Psi Omeg3 1.2; J a nie "; R o m eo & Juliet"; "The Great Big Door s t ep"; B es t Foot For ward", Dear Ruth" ; Village Tropical Coliegian, 1 ; W a terp o lo CONQUISTADOR

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ROBERT G. TURNER nEL L CALIFORNIA Navy ; Foo t ball, 2; Baseball, 2; B owl ing, I ; I. R c., 1-2 CONQUISTADOR FRANCIS J. USHLER, JR. ST. )CSEPII. MI SSOURI I. R c., 1 -2; Delta P s i Omega 1-2 (S[3ge M a n age r Vi cepres i de m 2); Stude nt Council, 2; "R-:hea rsal I ; Best F eD[ For ward", 1 ; "Dear Ruth", I ; Village Gree n", 2; College Hour, 1 ; Bow-Wow Club, 1-2 ; ConquiJlador. 2 ; A ssis t a n t to Sop h o m ore Activities E dito r 2. PAGE TWENTY-NINE

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RA YMOND WARD HOU STON TE XAS "The Great Big D oorstep", 1 ; Villa ge Green", 2. PAGE THIRTY EDMUND JAMES WARD PANAMA CITY, PANAMA Army, A. F R. S CONQUISTADOR

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WILLIAM KENDALL WARD INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA U S N avy; Baseball, 1 ; Football. (All Slars, 2); Water P o l o, 12 (Cap tain, 2; All Stars, 2); B aseball, 2; Con quis t ador. CONQUISTADOR RO GE R R WEIDOFF HOliSTON. TEXAS Army; I. R. C, 2 PAGE THIRTYONE

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PAGE THIRTYT W O Freshman Class Officers President-Jarr:es O Donnell Via:-President-Albert J o hnston Secretary-treasltrer Ch a rlon e Dye Sponsor-Mr. l a ur e n Woodby Mr_ Wcodby CONQUISTADOR

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Charlotte CONQUISTADOR PAGE THIRTY-THREE

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Fres hman C ommerc ial

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Fre s hm a n Engi neerin g Students FRESHMAN LIBERAL ARTS STUDENTS Front row: Danny Lou Gee B a rbara Millard Evelyn John so n Alace Mariani ; second row: Helen Rae Souder Elaine Rod g ers J o hn Buckley Bowie Smith, and Joanne Flynn. FRESHMAN COMMERCIAL STUDENTS Front row: Shirley Weltz Carrie Frensley, Virginia Merril An dree Whitlock ; seco nd row: Norman Frank, Edda Lia Noriega, Clara Thomas and Ron a l d Seeley. FRESHMAN ENGINEERING STUDENTS Front r ow: Lawrence Barca Paul Shacklette Francis Dolan Phil lis Fong James Russell, Jack Taylor Clifford Lindell Roy Brown ; second row: William Heddaeus Charles McGlade Karl Kern Wen dell Hentschel Robert Thomas Robert Sager Durston Rich ardso n Don Didrickson Daniel O Donnell ; third row : Edwin Baumbach Fred H auss, James O Donnell, Humberto Leignadier, Albert Johns lon Perry Truxton, Ri c hard Scheidegg Donald Baron a nd Willi am Kongable. CONQUISTADOR PAGE THIRTYFIVE

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P re s e nting MOST ALL-AROUND Chickie Hobb s Bill Del a M a ter MOST INTELLECTUAL K a thleen L ally Al John sto n MOST POPULAR Mille Haas J o hn A lexa nder BEST LOOKING Mary Wendorf P aul K a rst FRIENDLIEST J uaniea B o rgis Bob H a rve y WITTIEST Gin ge r Merrill Ed S c hn a k e MOST TALENTED Darsy Bige l o w Ted Me l anson MOST ATH LET I C A l i ce Castro Ben Kuller BEST DANCERS Helen Rae S oude r Cito T o wery PAGE THIRTY-SIX CONQUISTADJR

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C hickie H obbs a n d B ill D e l a M acer CONQUISTAD O R PAGE THIRTYSEVEN

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Kathleen Lally and Al JohnSton PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT CONQUISTADOR

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Mille H aa s and J o hn AIc",nd o r C O N Q UISTADOR PAGE THIRTYN INE

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Paul Karst PAGE FORTY CONQU I STADOR

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Jua n i t a B orgis and Bob H arvey CONQUISTADOR P AGE FORTY-ONE

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Ginger Merrill and Ed Schnake PAGE FORTY.TWO CONQUISTADOR

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Dorsy B igelow and Ted Melanson CONQUISTADOR PAGE FORTY-THREE

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Alice Castro a n d B e n Kull e r P AGE FORTY-FOUR CONQUISTADOR

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Helen Rae Souder and Cito T owery CONQUISTADOR PAGE FORTY-FIVE

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lvl r Bowen PAGE FORTY-SIX Stud e nt As s oci a tion Officers P r e s i d ent-Ellis C o ars jl ice-Presi d ent -Willia m T o wnsend Secr etar y -Ali ce Sullivan TreC/J1tr er-La w r e n ce B a r ca S p onsor-Me. Ch arles B owe n CONQUISTADOR

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\ I I = September 19 47 ", What do you think? The day rJ...oI'--. after Labor Day I happened to V be passing by CZJC and noticed Dear Di ary: that the place teemed with activity. As I had suspected, scho:J1 was opening. A few days ago I poked my he ad into a h a lf-opened deor day a nd discovered that I was at tending a Student Council meeting. This Student Council was formed to g uide soc i a l activ ities At that time, plans were ceing made f o r a "g et-aquainted dan c e at the gym in OctOber. CONKY .. O c tOber, 19 4 7 Remember l ast month I tOld you acout the superso nic plans being made for a dance a t the gym? \X1ell, the results were ultrasUFersonic-and [ can vouch f or the fact as I'v e JUSt got home What a party! I l oved every minute of it. Sneak previews o f the JC football eleven glimpsed on th e pra ctice field wou l d indicate a powerful rival f o r the l oca l hi. gh sch oo ls, but, time, of course will tell. Goo dnight. CONKY .. November, 1 947 Dear Di ary: Guess I spoke out of turn l ast month. Even though I cheered til m)' tOenails curled, it was in vain. BHS went down before the o nslau g ht o f the College l ads but th e CristObal boys had their way on the field To co n sole my s elf, I dropped intO th e high schoolJunio r College dan ce a t the Elks Club on the twenty-first. The brightest d the evening was when [ mana ged to tag Maureen M anu h. CONKY .. De a r Diary: The collegians really set a pace during the past month. JUSt like S a nta, the SA liber ally tOssed good c heer among the students. Fitst the SA sponso red Villa ge Green: seco ndly, an extra-SFec i a l TC was published third th e musi c group presented an assembly in con junction w ith th e speech class, and fin ally, o n Decem l:e r 23, a lu h f o r ma l dance was held at the Sailfish Club. Tha t was the first formal a ffair sponso red by the SA this year and, o f course, I was there in my very best armor-a little ruSty perhaps-but. you can bet th a t I C ut quite a figure PAGE FORTY-F.IGHT CONQU ISTADOR

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J a nu ary, 1948 Dear Diary: H ave n t see n mu c h of the ga n g this month-exam week, you kn ow. Naturally, th a t was enough to m a k e me k eep m y distance. My goo d fri e nd T o mmy M ar ine h oweve r indu ced me to r etu rn in tim e to a tt e nd th e h a rdtimes p arty give n b y th e SA. Entertainment cons i s red of a play, a fashion show, games, a nd a b ox lun c h auctio n Noticed a n ew a ddition to th e l o un ge The SA' s installed a co k e machine. Que bueno.' CONKY .. F eb ru ary 1948 D ea r Diary: Can r im agi ne h ow twenty-nine days pass so qui c kly. Just about as fast as the Co ll ege b ase ball team got a tound th e b ases durin g r h ose f o ur ga mes w ith th e h i g h sch oo ls. The Freshman Class ar ranged a very nice semi-formal d a n ce in the n ew gym on th e t we nti e th a nd I mu s r say 1 h a d a s l i g htl y terrific time. CONKY .. March 1 948 Dear Dia ry: T o S t a rt off th e m o nth the SA had a hayride. As f a r as I was co ncerned, it was ro u g h e r th a n m y trip wit h M agella n With Ray Ward' s feet in my face can t poss i b l y see h ow [ had s u c h a good time. After that sto p ar Pedro Mi g u e l n o wonder we all wou ldn t fit in the truck. CONKY .. .. Apri l 1948 Dear Dia ry: JUSt b efo r e 1 tood l e int o bed I h ave to tell you a bout th e m a r velo u s tim e I h a d ton i g ht. The College d a n ce at the Hotel Tivo l i i s n ow JUSt a mem oty acco mpani e d b y ac hing f eet. Thi s littl e da n ce program w ill b e put in my scra pb oo k ( V o l ume XXXlIX) to m orrow m o rnin g w h e n I'm wider awake .. CONKY .. .. May, 1948 Dea r Diary: W ell, tomorrow 1 l eave for G lub g lub Island. Go t everything a ll packed a nd right o n top next to m y ConquiJtador i s th e program f rom t h e Freshm a n -Sop h omo r e B a nqu e t thi s month. Had a l o n g chat with th e "Snerd Bird a nd h e ag r ee d with me e ntirel y that th e gi rl s in th e ir swi s h y f o rm a l s a nd th e fellows in their w hit e coats and bow ties m a d e a l ove l y picture_ [ f ee l a wee bit nost a l gic as I think o f all th e good times thi s year. A h t o heck with GlubglubI'm go nn a s tay h ere a noth er year CONQUISTADOR PAGE FORTY-NINE

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First r ow: P eggy Sylvestre. B arbara L eBrun, H ele n H obbs, Car oline vorsen, Haas Juanita Bar g i s ; seco n d row : Mr. C h arles Bowen Elli s Coats, Ted M e l anso n Bill DelaMater D o n Did rick so n Norman Frank Jerr y Darde n Frank Ushler Bill Town send; third row: Jack T aylor, Maureen M anus h Priscilla Ashton Shirley H usum B e n Kuller Ed Schmake; foun h row: R o n a l d Ange rmull er S t an SaID, Dick Sch eidegg, Beverl y Buck a l oo, Danny Neumann. Interna tion a l Rel a tions Club The l a un c hin g o f the Internationa l Rel a tions Club was attended by abo ut fift y s tu dents. Plan s for th e future, under th e direction of the n ew o fficers we r e hopeful. The n ew o ffi ce r s were Leo Gou l et, Pre sident; Ben Kulle r Vice-president; Mille H aas Secretary ; a nd Gay Hig hrower Treasu rer. Mr. Ch arles B o wen acted as spo n sor f o r the club. At a n early m eeti n g, Kenny B ae r wa s named as program co m mittee c hairman a n d meetings we r e pl a n n ed f o r twi ce a month. This p l an, however was n o t carried Out. During J a nu a r y the o r ganization h e ld a n a ssembly for the s c hool. The t h eme f o r the asse mbl y discussi o n was the United Natio n s Orga nization a nd o ffi c i a l s lides o f thi s b o d y i n ope r ation an d its s tru cture were s h ow n Plans were b ei n g m ade in April for the fir s t soc i a l a ffair of the year. PAGE FIFTY CONQUI STADOR

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Gamma Chi The Gamma ga l s rushed int o th e sch oo l yea r wirh a total of six members, but with high sp irit s a nd h opes for the future The officers, elected last May, were as follows: Kathleen Lally President ; J a n e Griffing Vice-president; Mille Haas, Secretary ; and Shirley Husum, Treas ur er. Mrs. Pat O Conneli was spon s or. A rush tea in September furnished a delightful aftern oo n for t h e girls and a n ide a f or pledges. On November first an initi a ti o n was held a t which time t e n g irls-si x sop h omores, four freshmenbecame m e mb ers o f th e soro rity The initi ario n w a s followed by a forma l b a nqu et a t th e HOtel Tivoli, the fir st formal affair of the sch oo l year. Cheering at ga mes, selling cokes, ushering at the College plays redecorating th e l o unge serving on co mmitt ees occup ied th e spa r e hours o f the Gammas during November a nd December. A spaghetti dinn er party was held by the sorority before Christmas vacation after which th e g irl s a nd their escorts serenaded all faculty members at their h omes with Christmas carols. The seco nd semester rush-te a came up in M a r c h as did the Gamma Chi assembly. Th e s u ccess of the l atter may b e attribmed to t h e assista n ce of th e m em b ers of th e exclusive Bow Wow" Club. May brou g ht a lon g w i t h it the se c o nd semester i niti ation and formal b a nqu et a t which time o ld member s said good bye" and r.ew me mb ets, hell o to a year o f service t o CZJc. Firs t row: Shirle y Husum, Jane Griffing Kathleen Lally, Mrs. Pac O Connell Mille H a a s, Margaret Howell ; sec ond row : Juanita Bor g is, C a r o t Hal v o r s en Dors y Big elow, Barbara Gallo, Alace Mariani Beverl y Bu ckaloo. CONQUISTADOR PAGE FIFTYO N E

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Front r o w : S tan Salo Kathl ee n L ally, Ja n e G r iffi n g Alace M aria n i Vilm a R osa nia E d S c hn a ke ; s econ d row : Du rsto n Ri c h a r d s o n B ill K o n gab le, E d Ede r H arry H o ll a n d, urry B a r c a J o hn A l exander Bob H a rvey ; th i r d row: R e n a Boney, Phy lli s F o n g, Loi s McIntyre, C h arlo tt e Dye, A l be n J o hnSton K a rl Kern ; las t r o w : Robert T h o mas, Me. S ubert Turbyf i ll Edda Lia Nor iega. P hi Th e t a K a pp a Ar rhe be g inni n g of rhe sc h oo l yea r Ph i The r a K ap p a b oasted o f rhree membe r s J a n e G riffin g Sran S a l o a nd H a rr y H olla n d Wha t's th a r o l d saying abo ur q u aliry, n o r qu a nti ty? In O c robe r f ive e l igib l e sopho m ores were initi ared, b ring in g r h e ror a l up ro e i g ht. T he n ew me m be r s we r e M y rtl e Cazort Ewing, K a th l een L ally Ed Ede r B o b H arvey a n d E d S c hn a k e Officer s f o r rhe yea r were as f o ll o ws: S r a n S a l o Presi de nt ; B o b H a r vey Vic e president ; J a ne Gri ffin g Sec r e r a r y ; a n d K at hle e n L ally, Treas urer. T h e office r s we r e aided b y rhe gene r o u s h e lp o f Mr. S u bert Turbyfill, s p o n sor. In F e bru a ry, fifr e en e l i g ib l e students we r e in itiated inro rhe socie t y a r a publ i c ass emb l y f o r rhe sch ool. The o r ga nizati o n no w co n s i s r s o f mo r e active me m be r s r h a n th e rora l numb e r o f a l um ni mem b ers. On M a r c h 3 1 P h i Thet a K a p pa me mb e r s g a r h e red a t th e H or el T ivoli f o r the a n n ual scho l a r s h ip PAGE FIFT Y TWO C O N QU1STADOR

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D el t a Psi O mega Delta Psi Omega activities for the year starred off with electi o n o f officers. Geo r ge Mull e r was c hosen as Casr DirectOr ( President) ; Frank Ushler, as Stage Manager (Vi ce-President); and Mille Haas as Business M a n ager (Sec r erary-treasurer). In OctOber the fra terniry entertained the Class in Dramatics at a Hall owe'e n party. This broughr to lighr many hidden taJentsGeorge DePa lmer s h akes a mean hula, and Stan S a l o looks stunning in Cherry pie! Delta Psi Omega was well represented in Villa ge Green the fir st m a j or dramatic production o f the year. Members of the fraternity a lso devoted their time ro constructing a n ent ir e new set of scenery. Be s ides thi s produCti o n the month of December brought a bout the traditional Christmas d inner held a nnu ally by the fraterniry. The at mo sp here of formality u s uall y present a t s u c h affairs was changed, with the appearance of plastic bubbles, to one of hilarity. During Febru ary, a progressive dinner was held and attended by about th i rty members, rushees, and g ue sts. Again in April, Delt a Psi Omega members took their places in the Class in Dram a ti cs' production The Gre({t Americ({1l F amily Before the year was out a n ini tiation brought a number of pledges into the ranks fronc row: Beverly Bu c k a l oo Mille Haa s Georg e Nluller Barb a r a G a llo, Frank Ushler ; second row : Stan Salo, Mr. Suberr Turby fill Ted Melan so n ; thir d row: Ed Schn a ke, Bill Townsend. CONQUISTADOR PAGE FIFTY-THREE

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CONQUISTADOR The students lounge has long been known as a recreational spot. It' s the p l ace where the gang" has played ping-pong or -mate recently pinoch l e guzz l ed cokes, read magazines, and swapped calculus problems. Never however, have those revered walls witnessed greater activi t y than during Easter vacation week the week the C O "Qu;Jtad o r went to press. Ed Schnake with fiend ish facia l exp r ession occupied one en tire t a ble with mounds of snapshots, scissors, paste, rulers pencils, joke books and other sundty props shouting lusti l y at intetvals of a b o ut eleven minutes, "Ate these all the snapshots?" Our girl-of-all-work, Kathleen Lally, a lt ernated between cutting dummy pages ( no pleasant job), composing miscellaneous anicles, laughing at Schnake's jokes and ryping revisions. Ben Kuller and Ellis CoatS l abored long hours over '47' 48 T.c.s a nd Spotl ig btJ endeavor i ng to find the score of t hat c e rtain game sctibbling all the while on the blackboards. The final results ? Our s port s section. In his spate moments Ellis w a s particul a rly useful f o t filling up the coke machine. PAGE FIFTYFOU R CONQUISTADOR

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Periodically Art EditOrs Danny L ou Gee and Geo rge D aPalmer wou l d dtOp in for a confere n ce on "Co nky, bur, i n desper ario n rhey wo rk ed e l sew h ere Mille H aas, whistl in g g l eefully in the corner sh o rtl y acquire d t he bur c her' s ble od said to flow through all editOrs veins a nd w i c kedly slashed r h rough copy and dummies a like. Down the h all in rhe typing room Caroline H a lvor se n Hea d Staff Typist, and Shirley Husum, Acriviries EditOr p o und e d a w a y with w hirl w ind ve l ocity pausi n g o nl y for a question a kind w ord, or a coke. After a number of c hanges, the fin a l st a ff line up i s as f ollo w s: EditOr-in-Chief Mille H aas ; Assistant EditOr, K a thle e n L ally ; Bu siness M a n age r L o i s Mclnryr e; Feature EditOr Ellis Coat s ; Art EditOrs Danny L ou Gee and George DePalmer; Ph o tOgr apher, Ben Kuller; Sop homore EditOr Ed Schnake; Activ it ies EditOr Shirl e y Hus um ; SpOrtS EditOrs, Ben K uller a n d Ellis Coars; and Hea d Typis r C a ro line H a lv o r se n In spite cf the f act thar they were nor a ctu a l s raff members, the success of rhe yearbook was grea tly dependent upo n th e w o rk o f Mis s Bettie Kuhrr, who developed and printed o ur pi c tures, rhe ef fortS of Charlotte Dye in th e fie l d of sellin g a d s a nd rh e h e l p o f Miss Dorothy Moody our a dviser. CONQUISTADOR PAGE F IFTY F IVE

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First row : B e n Kuller M a rgar e t H owell, Elaine R odgers D anny Lou Gee, Kathleen Lally; seco nd r ow: Elli s CoatS, Ed Schnake, B a rb a r a Mill a r d, Miss D orot h y Moody John Buckley, and Mr J a me s L yons Tropical Collegian The Tropical C o llegian, CZJCs m o nthly pub l ication, has had a successful and a n interesting year. The staff has ope r ated under the leadership of Elai n e R odgers, Editor-in-chief, a n d the guidan c e o f Miss M oody and Mr. Lyons. Business detai l s were carried O ut by M argare t H owell, Business Manager. Peggy Sylvestre r eported o n girls sportS and Ben KulJ er and E lli s Coats, as CoSp orts Ed it o rs, presented the boys' side o f th e sport world. The Tropical Tramp, he reto f o re unknown, ca n n ow be re vea led. For the past tWO years Ed Schnake's qui c k w it and fine writing has o ff ered the T.c. reader this hum orous colum n The "Tramp" hears all, sees all, knows all, a nd tell s all that s printableto the c h a g rin of his unsuspecting victims. B a rbar a Mill ard's versat ility has provided origina l poetry and a good dea l of oth er m ateria l during th e year. Art crit i cis m was written by Ren a Boney H er cr iti cisms offered o n l oca l a rt exhibit s h ave b een exc ellent. The best movies o f th e month were discussed i n Kathleen Lally s movie column The Arr Department has been handled by Danny L ou Gee and Mark Gramlich, w h ose att ractive cove r s n nd illu s tr atio n s added a gre a t de a l to the magazi n e's popula rity. PAG E FIFTY-SIX CONQUISTADOR

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Spotlight The Spotlight a min eographed paper pu:Ol i s h ed every M o n day m o rnin g i s the source o f t he kn o w" a rou n d s c h ool. Sru de nt s scu rrying to fir s t classes s n atc h a co p y a s t hey pa s s th e C ollege Offi ce. They find in i t all th e mee tin g s f o r th e n ext w e ek all l ast week's hlP p e nin gs, bits o f inf o rm atio n a b o u t educ atio n o r a lm ost a n y t h i ng a s t atistic has b ee n co m p i led abou t a n d ev en hum oro u s anecdotes. All ga mes p l ayed du r i n g t h e we e k w h e th e r wo n o r l ost, are printe d The Sp o tl i g bt p rovides a schedul e o f ga mes to I:e p l ayed d urin g th e week. The sta ff co n s i s tin g o f R ose M cK ee, M a r ga r e t H owell, A n d r ee Whitloc k Caro l in e H a lvor s e n Cl a ra T h o mas, and Y o l anda Can avagg io, has ably kept th e Juni o r Colle ge infor m e d a b o ut t h e happ e n i n gs fro m wee k ro week. The g irl s i n th e off i ce tr aini n g class h ave do n e a fine j o b o f co mpilin g sre ncilin g and m im eog raphin g thi s pu b l i ca t i o n In a dditi o n the se g i rl s w o rk f o r credit s i n class. The Spotl i gbt i s publ i s h e d un de r th e supe r v i s i on of th e C olle g e Offi ce. Fir s t r ow: Carol ine H a lv o r s e n A n dree W h itlock, M argaret Howell; s eco n d r o w: M r J ame s L yo ns, Cla r a Th o mas, Vilm a Rosania, tvfr. Roger C. Hackett. CONQU ISTADOR PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN

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firs[ r ow: S hirl ey H usum, P eggy Sylvescre; second row: Mr. Jame s L yons, Ed Schn ake Mr. Roger C. H acke tt Ja c k Taylor. Asse mbl y Committ ee Tbe Assembly Committee is a gro up a ppointed to p l an a schedu l e of tb e asse mb l y programs f o r the year. T his year the committee cons i s t ed o f the f ollowing st udents: Pe ggy S y l vestre and Jac k Taylor f res hm e n ; S hirle y Husum and Ed Schnake sophomores The com mitt ee a lso included Mr. R oge rt C. Hackett Mr. James lyons, and Mr. Subert Turbyfill. On Thutsday, October 23, the Clas s in Dram a tics presented rwo one act p lays a n d a m o n o l og ue as its assemb l y progr am. The Namta l Science Soci ety bad as it s guest s pe a ket Dr. Robert Ro l ofson of the B a l boa Un i on Churcb w h e n the N.S.S. assemb l y was held o n Tues day, Novem b er 1 8 The Christmas Music Group w i th the aid of the Spee c h Class, provided th e assemb l y program o n Tuesday De ce mber twenry-third. The U.N.O was discu s sed at the Internation a l Rel a tions Club asse mbly o n J a nuary twenty-eight. The tal k was accompan i e d b y offic i a l s lides. Phi Theta Kappa i ni tia t ed fifteen new members a t its asse mbly o n Friday, February twentieth The G a mma Chi g irl s came out with their Gamma Gambo l s o n Wednesday M a rch thirry-first. Tbey were ab l y assi sted by th e BowWow Club boys The l ast actua l asse mbly was h e ld o n Friday Apri l 23, with the Speech Class in c h arge. Annu a l Awards Day was scheduled for Thursday May twentiet h PAG E FIFTY-EIGHT CONQUISTADOR

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Stud e nt A ssis t an t s St u denr Assi s t a nr s h ave been em pl oyed t o aid insttuclo.S of th e Ca n a l Zon e Juni o r College in off i ces a n d l aboratories since 1935. Kath l ee n L ally, Geor ge SCOtt, Bo b M itc h ell, a n d J im we r e appointed assi s t anrs f o r t his year. Assi stants hi p are usually ::estOwed o n l y up o n th e b e tt e r s t u de nt s a nd t h e r efo re, s u : h an ap ;:c inrm c nr i s a n h onor. I n aclditi o n this wo r k offers val uable ex f e rien ce for t h ese s tu de nrs. as Miss M o, :dy's Englis h As s istant, spent Jcn,g ho cus c h ec kin g p a p e rs, typin g, r eco r d in g g r ades, a n d doing ge n e r a l clerical wo rk ; Geo r ge, Bio l ogy Assi stant, h e lped Mr. L ee wit h his hig h sch oo l a n d college bi o l ogy wo rk ; Bo b as Mr. B uck l ey's Assi sta nt i n P h y s ics, a nd J im Mr. Vint o n's Assi sta nt in C h em i s tty, l a b o r ed i n t h e i r r espec tiv e l a b o ratOries-pre p a r i n g ex p e rim ents, te n di n g equ i p m e nr a n d keep in g t hin gs in o r der. Kath leen L ally, George SCOtt, J im Keller, Bob Mitchell. CONQUISTADOR PAGE FIFTY-NINE

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ju.mita Borpis, Martha Zem, Mead Gruver, Kay Babb s, J oan P owell, E ll i s Coats T owery, a nd Mr. Douglas J o hnswn Elks Club Committee The BPOE No. 1414 this year provided a generous tre a t for the combi ned student body o f ] C a nd BHS This was the u se o f the i r dub one Fr iday nig ht eac h m o nth for a dance with a n o r chestra furnished by the E lks. The Student A ssoc i atio n mad e all th e rules gove rnin g activ i ties a t the se da nces. A joint comm i ttee of JC and BHS st udent office r s were a ppointed and t hey e leCted a c hairm a n E lli s Coats. R ep resentatives from ]C wer e Albert J o hnstOn Ju a nit a B o r gis, and Bill Townsend. M ead Grllver, J oa n P o well, Kay B a bbs a nd M art h Zent represented th e high school. Besides providing extr a soc i a l activities f o r t h e m e mbers o f the Student A ssoc iations, these events served as proo f th a t cooperation between the tWO schoo l s can b rin g al::o llt a good dea l o f fun and mutua l benefit. PAGE SIXTY CONQUISTADOR

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Natural Sci e nc e Society The Nalllral Scien ce Society gOt off ro a s l ow start thi s y ear, bur once the b all got r o lling it rtally gatheted n,omentum. In Novembet, before the club h a d or gan i zed, it <.n (0' the student b ody, with Dr. Robert R olofson of t h e Balb oa Unic n Church as g uest speaker. Thc fir st meet ing o f t h e club was d'uring Chri s tma s vacatio n at Mr. Geo rge L ee s home, where Mts. L ee prov i de:l some of het l ege nd ary waffles. The n ext n.,eeting was a bu s' ness OICe a nd as office rs, John Alexander, Presi dent; RO::frta M c Cl os key Vice -pr esident; a nd K a t h l ee n Lall y Secretary-trea s uret; we:e e l ected. Sin ce th e n m a ny inte res tin g me e tin gs with well known sci entists a s gUCStS h ave be e n held. FiM row: ]\lille H aas, R ena B oney, R obert McCl oskey, Kathleen L ally; seco nd row Me. Geo r ge L ee, Adolph B e l den, J oh n Alexander, a n d Bill Ward. CONQUISTADOR PAGE SIXTY-ONE

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From lefr to rig ht: Maureen Manu s h, Tomm y Marine, Donald Monon, Norman frank Mill e Ha as, Frank U s hler George Muli e r Ray G ill. Class In Dramatics The Sixth Seaso n of the Class in Dramatics featuted the pro duction of Village G reen, by Carl Allensworth a!1d The Great A mer ican F amily, by Aurani a Rouveral. Vill" ge Green was schedu led for present atio n on Wednesd ay, D ece mber 10 a nd Thursday December II, in the Balboa Elementary Sch oo l Patio U ncert ain weat her condi ti ons h owev er, ne cess it a ted a c h a n ge, and the produ ct ion was presented in the Balb o a gym. The play a co medy a nd winner o f the Critics Circle Award concerns life in a s mall New Eng l a nd tow n and the affect of th e town s provincialism upon a ptogtessive judge. A p a intin g of a naked wo m a n a photographer from L ife, crooked politics, and a pint bottle o f whiskey a ll contribute to th e unfolding of th e plot a nd its fil13l so luti o n Cast as the Judge was Frank Ushler wit h Cito Towety Mill e H aas, Danny Lou Gee Elaine R odg ers Ted Mel a n so n Martin Olsen Ed Schn a ke, Norman Frank Tommy Marine Maureen Manush George Mull er, Rob e rt a M cCloskey Ray Gill Donald Morron Bill Townse n d, and Emelin a Schmidt comp l e tin g the cast. PAGE SIXTY TWO C O NQUIS TADOR

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Dann y Lou Gee M arti n O l sen Ed Sch n a k e, Elain e R odge rs, Ted M e l a n so n Bill Town s end C iro Tow e ry, and E m elin a Schmi c k For this prod u c t io n wa s u sed f o r th e f i r s t time th e n ew l y co n st ru cted set o f sce n ery prepa r ed b y th e m embe r s o f th e class a n d o f D e l ta P s i O meg a F o r t h e s eco n d majo r p r o ducti o n o f thi s seaso n T he Gre(/I Ame ri c m t F a m il y was c h osen. The a cti o n co v e r s a p eriod o f a b o ut t we nt y year s a n d d ea l s with t h e h i l arious h ap p e nin gs i n th e dail y lif e o f t h e Sey m our f a mily. W ith this, a l so, ther e a r ose a th ea ter probl e m as t h e B a l b oa C lubh o u se The ater was to be d e m o l i s h e d a nd r e bui l t a b out th e tim e o f p roductio n F o rt un a te l y h owe v e r t h e t h ea t e r rem aine d intact until a ft e r t h e s c h ed u l ed p e rform a n ce Mr. a nd Mrs. Sey m o u r wer e p l ayed b y E d S c h n a k e a nd B e v erly Bu cka l oo. The s up po rtin g caSt i n clud e d Elli s Co ats, Ben Kull e r Fr ed B a um a n Geo rge D ePa l m e r D anny L o u G ee, Dic k Turby fill P eggy Syl vestre S h irley Hus um Bar b a r a G allo, R o b e rta M c Closkey, a n d a nu mber of yo un g ste r s f rom g r a d e sch ool. CON Q U I STADOR PAGE S I X TY-THREE

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We played this game before Panama (Ook the bases '-_.------") Wot ? No moto rscOoc er. A dog's lif" Clap yo' h a nd s PAGE S IXTY-FOU R CONQUISTADOR

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D o n t go in [he pool after a heavy meal -ya WOllOt find it there! --->

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" Hey-Girlie--yoo h oo!" W e ll !lO W p unki n ... The g l ow g irl SO?

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PAGE N INETY Cheerleaders Football Baseball Water Polo Softball Track Basketball Girls' Sports CONQUISTADOR

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Fro nt row: Gi nger M e rrill B abs L e Brun C h arlo u e D ye ; second row: Mari o n Schje vdan d H e l e n R ae Soude r Chickie H obbs Peg gy Syl vestre Cheerleaders U n de r t h e l ea d e r s hip o f Chi ckie H obbs h ead c h eerlea d e r t h e seve n Juni o r College c h eerlea d e r s ma d e a fin e s h ow in g this year. T h e g irl s l ed t he c h ee rin g a t f oot b all a n d bask e tb a ll ga mes. B aro n tw irlin g n ew o u t fits, a nd c heerbook s edite d b y th e Y Club in spire d th e s i de liner s ro "yell, yell, y ell f o r o ld J aySfel The 5rud'enr A ssoc i at i o n p a i d for t h e s harp midtifr o u t f i t s sporr ed b y th e g irls-gr fe n pl ea t ed skirtS w ith white bl ouses a n d g r een a nd w hi te be anies" Som ethin g n ew was p rov i de d b y t h e c h eerleaders w h e n a chee r rally was h e l d d urin g f oo tb all seaso n i n th e gym CONQUIST A DOR PAGE NINETYONE

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FOOTBALL ALL STARS First row: D o lan Kelle h er, Ro s e Kuller Angermuller, T aylor, Sch e i degg, B. W ard; seco n d row: Mitchell Eder, Darden Atwo od, DelaMater, Kongable, Karst M. Alex
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25, on the Balb oa field. During t h e fir st q u aerer, College had con t ro l o f the b a ll most o f th e time. Aft e r a pe n a lty of 55 yar ds, the te a m cam e within o ne yat d o f sco ring. In th e last m i n u tes, H ayward, C HS qu a rt e rb ack, com p l e ted a 10-yard pass to AYCOck whic h pur C HS 6 point s a head The seco n d qu a rt e r was sco r e l ess, a n d both team s r e ceived sev e r a l p e n a lties. In th e t hird qu a rt e r C H S went wild a nd e n de d up wit h a sco r e o f 1 8 in co mp arison w i t h College's sco r e o f z ero The College boys a tt empted a co m e back in th e fin al q u a rt e r a n d, w i t h o n e yar d to go, M cGee ) C quarterback, went through cent e r f o r a tOu chdo wn Str oo p r ece i ved a pass f rom C h erry ro sco r e t h e only extr a p o int o f the day. Fina l sco r e C H S-18, ) C-7. The G o l d e n An c h o r game was playe d o n Nove mber 1, and e n ded with the C ollege boys o n tOp 2 0 to 12, w i t h BH S r e : eivi n g t he bea tin g C olleg e sco red within five m inutes a fte r th e f i r s t w histle was blo wn In th e seco n d qu a n e r h oweve r BHS tOok possession o f th e ball a nd stane d tOw ard the goal. D e l a M a t e r ) C h a lfback inter ce pted a pass near th e o n e-ya r d lin e and ran t h e l e n g t h of t h e fie l d f o r a tOu chdo wn Thi s run was und o ubt edly o n e o f th e m ost bea utiful e v e r m a d e in Can a l Zo n e f oot b all. The score for th e se c ond qu aere r )C-1 4, BHS-O. The third qu a n e r bro u g ht back BH S with a n ew s pirit th a t was p r act ically im poss i b l e to stOp. B alboa m ade 5 co n sec utiv e fir s t do wn s Ri dge, B HS fullb ack, m ade a run aro und end to SCOr e the fir s t BH S tOu c h dow n Thi s m ade th e sco r e )C-1 4, B HS-6. I n th e f o urth qu a n e r Ed E de r ) C h a lfb ack carrid th e b all to the o ne-yard line, bu t th e n all a tt e mpts ro scor e were in v ain. Ch e rry, ) C h a lfb a ck, tOok ro t h e a ir ro do the i mpossibl e and sco r e d With a b o ut tWO minu tes ro p lay, Rid ge passed to Carli n BHS e n d, and sco re d o n ce m o r e f o r BHS. Fin a l score j C-20 BH S-12. The C ollege again roo k a beatin g from C H S o n November 15, in CristOb al. Durin g th e fir s t quart e r ) C had four co n secutive first dow ns, b u t f a i led ro sco r e o n th e muddy fie ld. I n th e seco n d qua r t e r ) C again had th e ball a n d M c D o u gall p lun ged t h rough center to sco r e S co r e at th e end o f t h e seco n d qu a rt e r ) C-6, C HS-O. W i t h E go lf in th e l ead, Cri sro b a l cam e back in t h e t hir d quaerer ro score. Gibs o n m a d e the e xtr a p o int E go lf passed ro H o rin e in th e f o urt h to m a k e th e last rou c h do wn o f t h e day. The gam e ended with t h e sco r e 1 3 ro 6 in f a v o r o f CristOb al. The fin a l gam e o f th e seaso n was a win f or ) C Fine p l aying by b o th team s m a d e thi s a n excelle nt ga m e but t h e fina l sco r e was ) C 20, BHS-6. The f oo tb all Alls t a r s we r e t h e f ollo win g: S t roop L.E. ; Sch ei degg, L.T. ; W a rd, G.; K elle h e r E.; Kull e r C; E der, (capt ) F.B.; C h e rry, R H.B.; R ossett i L.H.B ; Quin elly C ; A l exande r R.E ; Dar de n E., Mitc h ell, G M c G ee, Q ; Gregg R.T. ; Tayl or, R.G.; Kars t B D e l a M a t e r B.; K o n gable T. ; R ose, B.; M c D o ugall, H.B.; Dol a n G.; Atw ood L.G ; Co n over E. CON Q U S TAD 0 R PAGE NINETY-THREE

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DELAMATER'S INTRAMURAL TEAM Firs t r ow: Kongable, Towery H emc h el, M Alexander ; second row: Dard en, Dola n Dela Mater Eder Wood KARST'S INTRAMURAL TEAM First row : Ward. Greg g; second row : Maloney Kar s t Gill PAGE N INETY-FOUR CONQUISTADOR

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KULLER'S INTRAMURAL TEAM fir s t r o w : S u n d s t rom S c h e i de gg; seco n d r o w : Turn e r Brandl Tayl o r M ITCHELL 'S INTRAMURAL TEAM Fir s t r o w : Preu o, R os e Didri c k so n ; seco n d r o w : C h erry, Mit c h e ll Me t z Gregg, CONQU I STADOR PAGE N I NETYFIVE

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BASEBALL ALLS T A R S Fir s ( row: Kelle h er, Towery, A n gcr m ulle r Me l a n son. M. A l exander ; seco n d row : Edec Darden. D e l a M a t e r Karst McG l ade .lo hn s ( o n ; t hird row: Neuma nn K ull e r Baseball Fo r th e seco nd consec utive year t h e Junio r College b ase b all team e m e r ged as th e int e rsch oo l c h a m p i ons. Last year th e b oys o f t h e ""Gr ee n and White"" went thr o u g h t h e seaso n w ith o ut a loss. This year h oweve r J C lost th e fitst int e r sc h oo l ga m e ro BHS only ro co m e l:ac k with t hr ee h ar d f o u g l : t wins ro cop the t itle. In the fir s t ga m e BHS d e feat e d J C in a n e x tra-innin g thrill e t by t h e SCOre o f 5--4. Bill Pre tt o was o n the m o und f o r J C and l ost t h e ga m e only b y a p e rfectly exec ute d s qu eeze play in th e last i nn i ng. W he n J C p l ayed CHS. in w h at was certai n ro b e a "grud ge ga me" s in ce C H S h a d d e feated the College l ads in f oo tb all, B i ll Pretto s h owed n o m e rcy ro th e b oys f rom the Gol d Coast. Pr e tt o se t a n ew teco r d for sch oo l p i tc hin g at t h a t game. H e reti r ed t he PAGE N INETYbIGHT CONQUISTADOR

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fir s t ten men to f ace him then co ntinu ed hi s stri k e-our spree to m a k e a tora l o f fifreen to go dow n wirh o ur eve n hitr i n g rh e ball. Ben Kull e r ]C c a r c h e r pr oved hi s p o w e r-hittin g ab ilir y b y h av in g a p e rfecr ni g hr o f 3 f o r 3. M e l anso n o f ] C was to p -s:o r e r w i r h rwo o f rhe run s rha r d e f e at ed C H S 7-2. O ve r a r Cristoba l ] C n o r on l y de f eated C H S b y a sco r e of 9-1 bur had rhr ee pl aye r s co nn ec r f o r tripl es a n d eve r y pl aye r o n the r ea m hir r h e p e l ora" f o r a b ase hit. A ga in Prerto was ] C's winning pir : h er. In r h e lasr ga m e o f rhe seaso n J C defea r ed BHS b y a SCor e o f 5-2. This game was r e v e nge f o r ] C a n d th e rea m d i d n r l er a pr e viou s d efer,r s tand in i r s way. Klill e r a n d K elle h e r w e r e rhe o ur s r a ndin g hirr ers f o r ]c. Fin a l InterS c h oo l St a ndin gs: Jr. Co lle ge BHS CHS W o n 3 2 1 L os r Pe r ce nt ag e -------l 1 .750 2 500 3 .250 KULLER'S INTRAMURA L TEAM F i r s ( row: M e l a n so n Sch e i degg Gregg Neumann ; seco n d row : D e P a l mer j o hnscon M e rzo Gou l e t Kull er. CONQUISTADOR PAGE N INETY-NINE

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GILL'S I NTRAMURAL TEAM Fir s t row : J. Alexander, D o l an, Taylor; second row: Gr egg, Gill Wilso n DelaMater, .McGlade. F i r s t r ow: Norr is. Cherry :r-.1arine; s eco n d row: Ward, Turner Towery, Gregg, K a r s t PAcr ONr HIINDRED CONQUI STADOR

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WATER POLO ALL-STARS Fir s t f O \": M cGlade. A n ger muller Wilso n Sch eidegg ; second row : e n D e l a M ater,' Hentsch e l and B Ward Water Polo The Juni o r College water pol o team, under the l eadership of Coac h Pettingill won the int er-sc h oo l c h ampions h ip f or the year o f '47-'48. The College was comp elled t o s h are the title with BHS l ast year but thi s time thert were so m e c h a n ges made The boy s wo n every game by a t l east five points. ] C's o utstanding squad was co m posed o f Sund s trom M cG l ade, D e l a Mater D arde n Bill W ard, A n ge rm ulle r Wilson S c h e i degg, C h er t)', H e ntsch e l and J. Alexander. Th e intramural team s were cap tain b y ] Alexander Stro o p and D e laM a t er. CONQUISTADOR PAGE ONE HUNDRED AND ONE

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DELAMATER'S INTRAMURAL TEAM f irs t row: C h e rr y K e ll e h er Magee Fl o res, Erns( ; seco n d r ow : T o wn se n d, Ta}' ) o r M ag uire Didrick so n a nd DelaM a t e r ALE XANDER'S INTRAMURAL TEAM Fir s t r o w : Wilso n ] Alexand e r M erzt R osse tti ; seco n d row : M. Alex a nd e r S c heide gg, D o lan a nd Ol s en STROOP' S lNTRAMURAL TEAM (Cente r Pi c ture ) Firs t row: D e P a lm e r An ge rmull e r M cGra de Ro s e ; s e co n d r ow: Stroop Arwood QUlnnelly Tower y B au m a n PA G E O N E HUNDRED AND TWO CONQ U I STADOR

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Firs t row: Taylor Lindell U s h l e r Scheidegg, DePalmer ; seco n d r o w : Frank Coats, Neumann, Angermuller Hentsch el Melz Wescott, and Ru sse ll. Softball Not o n l y did ] C win the baseb alJ championship, but with a soft br,ll team, f o r the first time the College a l so won the inter-sch oo l championship. ]C seems able to pi c k men out from any group and eme rge wi(h a wi n ning (eam T h e College played one game eac h w i t h B H S a nd CHS and ca me o ut t h e vicror in both w i t h th e sp l endid pitching of Barrymore Ush l er. ] C had p l enty of battin g power with such men as Sundstr om, Tay l or, and Bauman. Other h a rd-wo r king team members were Schei degg, OePa l mer Neumann, Co a ts, Angermuller Wesc ott, Cher r y Hentschell and Rus s ell. CONQUISTADOR PAGE ONE HUNDRED AND THREE

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TRACK TEAM Firs r o w : Wilso n Scheidegg Towery Gill Cherry, s econd row : Turner Nelli, DelaMater Dolan Gre gg, Ta ylor and Karst. Track A top-flight team could have represenred CZJC at all the track me e ts but fot l ack of practice our boys were unable to emerge vic torious They came in second, however, only a few poinrs behind CHS. In the fin a l triangular meet the College almost wo n through the s plendid efforts of Karst Norri s a n d R ose. Karst won twO first pl a ces and a seco nd which made him rhe top scoring individua l of the me et. An unexpected thrill was supplie d by Swede Sundstrom \\ h o defe a ted Kar s t in the 2 2 0 yard dash. Sundstrom cou l d probab l y hav e wo n se ver a l o ther r a ces had h e e n tered. Oth e r members o f the team who g ave their all were S c heidegg \'(filson Cherry T aylo r D obn, Gregg Melanson San c hez R ussell a nd B a umbach PAGE ONE HUNDRED A N D FOU R CONQU 1 STADOR

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Basketball TOWERY'S INTRAMURAL TEAM Fir. it :ow: Karst Towery H entsc h el DePalmer ; second row : Neumann Jo h nstOn WESTCOTT'S INTRAMURAL TEAM Fir s t row : C03rs, M. Alexander Fra nk Heddaeu s, Flores; seco n d row: Muller ./\ngermuUer Wescott, Merz CONQUISTADOR PAGE ONE H UNDRED AND FIVE

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LIN DELL S I NTRAMURAL TEAM F i rst row : C h erry Sch e i degg ) Al exa n der, Kuller ; second r ow: D o l a n T u r byfill, M a rin e, Nelli MORRIS' INTRAMURAL TEAM Firs t r ow : Tayl o r Mel a n so n Mit c hell N orris; s e co nd r o w : Ward, Dor ga n M cGlade D elaMa t e r PAGE ONE HUND RED AND SIX C O N Q UISTADOR

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Girl's Sports Fir s t 'ow: Barbara L eBrun, M a r ion Schj eve land, Ginger M errill; second row: Gretch e n D iez, Carrie Fr e n s l ey, H e le n Souder, Joanne Flynn Jean Pri ce, Chickie H obbs third row ; Maur ee n M a nu s h S h irley Weirz Ruth S c hie ve lan d Mrs. Pat O 'Cc nn e ll. Charlotte Dye, Ali ce Su ll ivan. a n d Ma r ga r e[ H owe ll. CONQUI STADOR PAGE ONE HUNDRED A N D SEVEN

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Volleyball Well, what do you know-the g irls of old ]C came through with a cha mpi o n s hip! It surprised everyone but the girls certainly earned the title The season opened with unexpected enthusiasm. Enough g irl s participated to sel ect twO intramur a l teams. The capo f these tWO t e a m s were D o tsy Bigelow and Alice Sullivan The All-Star team, capta ined b y Bea trice Bacuetes defe a ted Balboa t w i ce in tw O very exc iting games. CHS a lm os t defeated the g irl s but their fightin g sp irit a lon g with the sutprisingly l a r ge gtoup nf ]C rooters finally proved toO mu c h for the high school girls to h and le. The team composed of s uch players as Alice Castro Charlotte Dye Jea nne Flynn Chickie Hobbs Mar ga ret H ow ell Ruth S c bjevelond, M a ri o n Schjeveland, Helen Rae Souder Alice Sullivan Pe gg y Sylvestre and Sbirley Weltz, not o nly won the Championship, bue w ill be spo rtin g pretty silver volley b alls. Or will their f a ir l a ddies wear the c h a rms? BASKETBALL JC g irls may not have w o n basketb all, but they a lmost died in their attempts. The te a m was very unsu ccessful in its attempts to StOP the high schoo l girls. Tbe team wasn't toO s tr o ng because of hck o f intere s t a nd no intramural league. The team was chosen from g irls who were sporting enough to come out f o r all pra cti c es and a fter each practice showed great improvement. Next year with most o f the same girls in college, BHS and CHS ca n be assured of g reater competition and perb a ps severa l defeats OUR CHAMP Frosh Ali ce Castro a n outstanding swimmer took a week off fro m co llege lif e to represent Panam a in the Latin American Olym p ics. Alice won the 100 a nd 200 meter free style races, to help Panama capture second pl ace. Panama had only 45 a thletes representin g the nation but proved her mig ht. Other countries participat ing were B o livia, Colombia, Ecuador a nd Venezuel a Castro wo uld be a good b e t to represent P a n a m a in the comi n g Olympic G a mes At London! PAGE O N E HUNDRf" AND EIGHT CONQUISTADOR

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To The Class Of 4 8 \'(Ihen you are gone and the halls are s till And in empty rooms the bells are s hri ll These memories will perpetuate The fame of the Class of '48: EIE s Coats and his coke machine, The schedule c h a n ges of T. Marine. The n osey tramp from Pedro Miguel Those g ra de-sc hool si ren s c hasing Gill. U sh ler doing his work with pains Avoiding l osses, see kin g Gaines. Slide-rule H a nson warning s m o kers That they"1l e n J up as Saran"s sro k ers. K a r s t OUf han dso m(:sr co llege lad. Causi n g th e girls to swoon l ike mad. T eachers r eco rd i n g wjeh savage mic:n Those schedule changes o f T. Marine. Salo spreadin g B o\v-Wow fame And seeki n g [Q perfen its aim. J"leianson, a winsome Andrews girl, Flic k ; n g his skins in a naughty whirl. Kuller (ryin g ro keep the fait h Until he dies o n th e twent} 'eighth. Scarbrough headed for L aPaz, An d moanin g h e can stand no mas. Fifer dozing hi s life away, Traffic cou n screaming f o r Gouler. T o be believed rh ey mus t be seen: Those schedule changes of T. Marill l' Millie bouncing on h ighheeleJ s h oes, Shadowed by Shirley, s n aggi n g dues. i\.IulJer collec tin g for cap and gown, Gallo d :spi ayi n g a w ifel y frown PAGE ONE HUNDRED AND TEN And l et us not forge t Kathleen, Brilliant b eautiful Gamma queen. And shame on Harvey who cou ld not wair Till tbe close of school to claim his mare. T o mention again I know is mean Those schedule changes of T Marine Ale x:lnder. looking harried. Can it be that he is married? Gramlic h rh e ink in Schnake's pen Corliss, rhe college mannequin. Townsend trying to hav e some fun he's muzzled by L eBrun. Poor Bobbie, wi th her siren's sou l Alway s cas t in a kiddie's role. A n d George DePalme r as you can sec I s oh so J;ure and c h aste, by Gee. DelaMater. pursued by mobs Till caught a nd shack led by chickie H obbs. I think the)' totaled seventeen, Those schedule changes of T. Mannt'. We'll not forger the rest we knew: H a l vo r se n Howe ll Bu c kaloo, SunJstrom, Neumann, Alben C h erry. Gregg, with a lau g h more loud t ha n m e rT), H o l land, Griffing, Frankie Hooper, The ones wi th grades so superdooper, T o th e m and rhe rest of Class Four-Eight There's one more thing I'd like to state: We'll keep your memory fresh and g reen A'i chose schedu l e changes of T. Marine! -lameJ A. L yoII), CONQUI STADOR

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