Abraham Lincoln High School - Monarch Yearbook (San Jose, CA)
- Class of 1944
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1944 volume:
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To 'rhe young people of high school age in lhe war-lorn counfries of +he world we.
lhe slalf of fhe I944 Monarch. dedicafe our year book, We deeply and honeslly ap-
precia+e l'he priceless privilege we are enjoying-lhe opporfuniry To conlinue our
educafion in rhese lroubled days.
Abraham Lincoln High School is an excellenf example of a lypical democracy af
work. Our sfudenf body seeks lo govern ilself wilh lhe friendly cooperalion and ad-
vice of fhe adminisfralion and facully. Assisled by faclful guidance when needed,
we plan our programs from a wide selecfion of offerings which are laugh? by a
faculfy +ha+ is sympa+he+ic lo 'rhe young person of loday.
Coun+less oppor+uni+ies for fun, recreafion. and social life are open To all. The
fhrill of having Lincoln's 'ream win, of enlering in peppy yells. or of joining in our
beau+iful hymn is inspiring. Programs, dances. sporfs of all kinds, picfures. plays.
concerfs, assemblies, and drives 'ro help 'rhe communi+y's war eFFor+-all +hese are a
vifal par+ of our life. Through our aclive school cifizenship we 'rrain lo become leaders
in +he fulure in some larger fields.
May God granl Thai you high school sludenls of olher nalions may soon again
enioy happy, normal life in your own land.
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The responsibiliTies of Treedom in a democracy are The greaT inheriTance and
privilege oT American youTh. These responsibiliTies are noT lighTly given: They have
been ToughT and died Tor. They musT noT be lighTly received.
The greaT Training ground Tor undersTanding and accepTing These responsibiliTies
is The public school, and parTicularly The high school. EducaTion Tor Tull ciTizenship
is a primary Taslr which Abraham Lincoln l-ligh School holds second To none. ln boTh
curricular and co-curricular acTiviTies, TaculTy and sTudenTs alilce are endeavoring To
discover and creaTe siTuaTions in which This basic learning Talces place. The prepara-
Tion in This school Tor ciTizenship includes The Tollowing: TirsT, The developmenT oT
wholesome personaliTies, selT'dependenT yeT cooperaTive: Second, basic Training in
The TundamenTals and in Technical slcills essenTial To The war eTTorT: and, Third. plan-
ning Tor The adulT life as ciTizens, parenTs, consumers and producers OT goods,
IT is The high hope oT many of These young men and women in our high school ThaT
This privilege of assuming The responsibiliTies oT Treedom may soon be exTencled To
youTh in oTher lands, who have never known such privileges before. ln The achievee
menT of This goal lies Their hope Tor a new world where conTlicT, Tear, suppression,
and wanT are absenT.
ALBERT O. HACKMAN
Here we presenl rhe adminislralion, fhe
faculfy, and lhe s'ruden+ leaders. Sfudenf
acfivilies are managed by +he Sena+e. a
governing body made up of one repre-
senfalive elecfed by each social sludies
class. The officers are chosen every se-
mesler by lhe s+uden+ body. There are
'rwo vice-presiden+s-one lo lead The girls
and 'rhe o+her. The boys. Many commiffees
are appoinled, giving sfudenls a chance
To parficipafe in lhis democracy.
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Mr, Waller Baclwrodl is our genial
superinlendenf ol schools. He delinilely
undersfands The presenf day American
youllw and puls lorlli every ellorl 'ro see
+lia+ Hwe girls and boys ge+ a fair deal
in our schools. We deeply appreciale
his unriring inferesl and ellorl on our
Serving on flue board of educalion
willw Mr. Baclwrodl' are five members
vilally inleresled in our educalional
Leland S. Prussia
Earl A. Moorhead
Russell E. PeH'i+
Jolwn S. Williams
Mr. Shipp cerfainly carries a full
time iob as our principal. He is an un-
dersfanding friend To each young man
and woman enrolled here. l-le is deeply
inferesfed in all class worlc and in all
our acfivilies, whelher lhey be of a
social nafure or in lhe field of sporfs.
Serving wifh Mr. Shipp are three able
assislanfs. Mr. Hill is our viceeprincipal
wilh foo many dulies lo menlion. Serv-
ing as counselor for The girls is Miss
Bruch, while Mr. l-lunfer carries ou? The
same dulies for fhe boys.
Fmancual Advuser .A.... ......,,.... M r. Prafi
Nurse ..,..... .,........ M iss Woodrow
Secretary ,,,w,.,, ..,,,,.,.. ,...... M I ss Russell
A++endance Secrehary ..,......,.Y.V..,, Miss Ehlerf
Mr. Hill Miss Fauquei
Mr, Bouref Mr. Anibal
Miss Fowler Miss Ferguson
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Presiden+ ,...,V.. ,...., ., AA.A, ,YY A,, , . Bruce Jacobs
Girl's Vice Presiden+ ,,.,,,,,V,,,A .w,,,,,,,, C afherine Gorham
Boy's Vice President .,,,,, ,, ,, ,Dick Weinberg
Secrefary ,c,c,,,A.,,,,,,.. .,,,, ,,,, , , , Norma Kilgore
Treasurer .,,,,, .,,,,,,,,. ,,,, , Y ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, H a ns Harder
GIrI's Vice Presidenf
Boy's Vice Presidenf
We proudly looasl ol our successful
clubs. There are many lhal appeal To lhe
inreresfs ol The sludenls-whefher if be
arf, drama, music, games, books, or sporli
Our service clubs among lhe girls and
among 'rhe boys are a valuable assef lo
our life here al Lincoln High.
ln recognilion of oufsfandinq scholar
ship and school service, 'rhe C. S. F. and
lhe "Golden Ax" have been eslablished.
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Mary Prussia. Janel Lindsay.
Copy Edifor .,,.,,.A....,, Ya,,..., l nge Friedrichs
Pholography Editor, ,,Y,,, ,,Will Kessler
Business Manager .,,,., , , ,,,, ,,,, . ., , sss,,,.. Claude Finley
Shirley Brown Lois Hein
Gus Gulrner+ Lucille Nelson
Carolyn Hackman Marianne Paifon
John Hansen Marion Sifeinagel
Tom Emminger Dick Jones
Russel Freeman Bill Lillell
Paul Johnsfon Bill O'Rielly
, Mrs. Olney
Barbara Edes ,,
Cliff Daniels ,,
Beverly Gunler .
Lion Tales S+aff
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NEWS EDITOR '
BOYS' SPORTS EDITOR
GIRLS' SPORTS EDITOR
, ,, Janer McDonald
, Theron Parks
,, Cliff Daniels
, Bob Malson
, , Jim Veferan
, , Vanly Balchelor
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Assi sla nl-Eslher Kline
Miss Rulh Byers
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Lincoln High Schools only honor sociely is lhe Golden Ax. To become a member,
a sfudenl musl earn al leasl Two hundred service poinls. Slarling wilh lhree members.
lhe sociely now boasls of fhirly on ils rosler. Fall presidenf was Dick Jones, and
spring presidenl is Chuck Johnson.
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The California Scholarship Federalion, commonly
known as The C. S. F., is a sfale wide organizalion
lor high school sludenls wilh high scholasfic aver-
ages. Any boy or girl who earns ar leasl eighf
poinls lhrough an A and B record, 'ro which may
be added fwo poin+s for special school services is
eligible for membership. If he or she receives fhis
honor for fwo years of his high school career, he
becomes a life member. Fall presidenfz Bill Dae-
gling. Spring presidenlz Virginia Mahon.
C. S. F. Life Members:
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Life af Lincoln, as you will see, is more
'rhan +he roufine of classes five clays in 'rhe
week. You will enjoy wifh us our assemblies.
rallies, clances. noon ac+ivi+ies, +racli+ions.
and fun and frolic. ln Lincoln High we
make friendships 'rhar we hope will lasr
fhrough fhe years lo come. When we, in
+he liurure, look back on fhese reminders of
our happy high school days. life will be
richer because of lhese memories.
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Dramaiics af Lincoln High plays an imporianf
parl' in our school life. A+ Chrisfmas lime "The
Miracle af Blaise" was ably presenfed. In 'rhe monlh
of April an all school falenf show was produced un-
der fhe direction of Barbara Cox and Barbara
Sproa+. As fheir confribufion, fhe seniors puf on
"S+a ie Door". This was well done wifh several ou?-
siandinq sfars. Mr. McKenna, dramalics Teacher
af ' ncoln, ably direcfed fhe producfion of +his
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Barbershop Quarfef Marjorie 81 Evelyn Girls' Double Trio
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Every high school sfudenf likes music,
and we are no excepfion af Lincoin
High. We enjoy singing logelher,
whefher if be a popular Tune. some of
our pep songs, or our beauliiul hymn.
We have several groups in our music
deparfmem' +ha+ en+erfain us offers. and
They confribufe fheir Talent Too, in com-
muni+y life. Among fhese groups are The
girls' double Trio, boys quar+e+. sfring
frio, orchesfra. band, A Capella choir.
and fwo duos-Mary Lou and Nancy
Hill. Evelyn Joakimson and Marge Kirk-
pafrick. Much of 'rhe success of our
music groups is due fo The pep and en'
fhusiasm of our facully member, Mrs,
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Spellbound 8. We're all behind You I3. Dorff Miss Tha? Ball
Lonesome, Ed? 9. Up and Over I4. The Ganqs all Here
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. Noon Amaleurs 8. Smile, Please l5, Covell Gives The Axe
The Scarce Crow 9. l-lil 'em Hard, Lionsl lb. Oh, Those Beaulilul Girls
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ln sporls language. a man who can do
everyrliing is known as a friple 'rl1rea+.-A+
Lincoln we have an oufslanding example of
'rliis in our coach. Lee Cox. Besides lwand-
ling five gym periods a day. Lee manages
lo coach rlie llwree major sporls. foorball.
baslcelball. and frack. The record Lincoln
has compiled 'rliis year 'res+ifies +o his abilify
and willingness. ll is wi+l1 sincere grarifude
flwal we dedicafe our sporfr secrion fo our
coach. Lee Cox.
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The Lions made Their iniTial sTarT in The P. A. L. a successful one by soundly Trounc-
ing a sTrong SouTh CiTy eleven I8-6. Keeping up This breakneck pace, The rampaging
Lions wer'iT on Trom There undeTeaTed unTil running inTo Sequoia. Lincoln again Tound
iTseIT on The shorT end oT The score The nexT week, losing a hard ToughT and well played
game To Their cross Town rivals, San Jos-e'l-ligh. Winning The resT of Their games from
There on in, The Links ended The season wiTh a record oT 5 games won and 2 losT, Thus
placing second in The P. A. L.
When Lincoln's varsiTy baskeTball Team deTeaTed Half Moon Bay in The second
game oT a 2 ouT of 3 series, They broughT home To Lincoln iTs TirsT P. A. L. champion-
ship. lT was a grand climax To a TerriTic season ThaT was an uphill climb all The way.
FighTing from behind on numerous occasions when Things looked hopelessly black. The
Lions proved To all concerned They had ThaT cerTain qualiTy ThaT disTinguishes a chame
pionship ouTTiT Trom iusT anoTher Team. The whole Team was superb, buT parTicularly
ouTsTanding in Their play were Don McCaslin, Bob "lggy" Enzensperger. Fred FreverT.
John Rohde, Bill Campbell, Bill Breedon, and Jon WrighT.
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The varsity cindermen slarfed our a highly successful season by 'raking a close
second fo Sequoia in The P. A. L. relays ar Burlingame. They defeafed Hayward, +he
class of lhe Eas+ bay, in a pracfice meer and 'rhen wenf on from there 'ro falce fhe
measure of Palo Alfo and San Maleo, 'rheir firsl rwo P. A. L. opponenfs. Highlighfs
of 'rhe season. fhusfar. have been The hurdling of Jack Passey, The sprinfing and broad-
iumping of Don Carroll. and +he disfance running of Fred Freverf. Oulslanding per-
formances have also been 'rurnecl in by lighfweighls Dore Purdy and Diclc Websfer
in The 880 and 440 respecfively.
The baseball squad. as we go To press, has compiled an impressive record in P. A.
L. compelifion. Led by Bill Breedon. Wilbur Conclclin, and "Holy" Boruclc in fhe
slugging deparfmenr and aided by fhe dependable hurling of Georgie Wright The
Lion's line up as a well balanced oulfi+ 'rhal should be hard 'lo bear in coming en-
ln fhe minor sporls Ken Johnson slands our as 'rhe besf wresfler fo be produced
'rhis year, while Ed EvereH and Eli Barifeau have been labeled rhe lop men in fennis
and golf respeclively.
VarsiTy Foo+baII LeTTermen
CapTain John Rohde-End: John was The ouTsTanding end in
P. A. L. compeTiTion This year. A pillar oT sTrengTh in The line, The
blonde gianT, co-capTain of The Lion FooTball Teamf received his
well earned award by being unanimously chosen all P, A. L. end.
Bill Breedon-End: Hardworking Tlankman Bill Breedon proved
his worTh by playing -heads up TooTball aT all Times. A sTandouT on
defense as well as oTTense, Bill, a senior, will be greaTly missed by
The Lions nexT year.
Bob Enzensperger-End: Bob Truly played Tine TooTball all season.
His specTaculaf caTch oT a long pass Tor a Touchdown in The lasT
minuTes oT The San MaTeo game was one oT The highlighTs oT his
Ken,Johnson-End: Good, hard play was The keynoTe oT Ken's
acTions ThroughouT The season. Viciously Tackling on The deTense as
well as caTching almosT impossible' passes on oTTense, he proved
himself one oT The sTars oT The Team.
Elgin MarTin-Tackle: FighTing one-hundred percenT oT The Time,
Elgin was a reassuring Tigure in The line all season. He played his
very besT, exTra hard TighTing TooTball, in The San Jose High game,
Roland Berner-Tackle: Pulverizing The lines oT Lion opponenTs
Time aTTer Time, big, hardworking iunior Roland played a brand oT
TooTball ThaT would make him a crediT To any Team anywhere.
Lee French-Tackle: AlerT, sTeady, and consisTenT TooTball was
The Theme oT Lee's play all season. A regular bulwark in The line,
Lee earned his leTTer as one of Lincoln's ToremosT Tackles.
Don Hoerler-Tackle: Don was one oT The brighTesT sTars oT The
Lions This year. EighTing always wiTh smashing Tackles, crushing
blocks, and spiriTed Teamwork, Don richly deserved The respecT oT
all his opponenTs and earned his all P. A. L, selecTion.
Jack Fischer-Guard: A TiighTing, sparkling player all season was
guard Jack Fischer. The pep and TighT he added when The going
was rough can never be measured. He was Truly a hardworking
ThreaT in The line.
Al Weimers-Guard: "HiT hard on every play" seemed To be
Al's walchword during every game. AlThough only a sophomore,
Al was more Than a maTch Tor any oT his rivals.
Bill Grami-Guard: FasT, hard blocks TeaTured Bill's sparkling
play Tor The Lions. A sTeady dependable perTormer, Bill was one
oT Lincoln's ouTsTanding linesmen. A clever deTensive man wiTh a
powerTul oTTensive punch, Bill played smarT TooTball Tor The Lions.
Chuck Johnson-CenTer: A sixTy minuTe player in almosT every
conTesT, Chuck played greaT games Tor Lincoln High. His backing
up The line on deTense proved him To be one oT The mosT capable
pivoT men in The P. A. L.
CapTain Bob SeiberT-OuarTerback: Plunging and Tearing The
opponenT's line To shreds was one oT The TeaTures oT Bob's play This
year. A rnainsTay oT The Team wiTh Tine TooTball generalship, Bob
earned The respecT oT all Lion rivals.
Carl Dysinger-QuarTerback: Giving his besT To The Lion Toot
ball Team aT all Times, Carl showed Tine leadership in many TighT
siTuaTions. His hard work helped The Lions To roll To Their second
place in The P. A. L.
Don Carroll-HalTback: Lincolnis Triple-ThreaT back, Don worried
Lion opposiTion all season wiTh his ouTsTanding passing, his Towering
kicks, and his TasT running. Don led The way Tor The Lion Touch-
downs by his specTacular runs and perTecT' passes.
Dick Weinberg-Halfback: Pounding ouT T'irsT downs one aTTer
The oTher, bursTing wiTh lighTning speed Through holes in The op-
posiTion's line To make yardage on every play. Dick paced The
Lion's vicTory march in all iTs games.
Frank Davilla4HalTback: Throwing perTecT long arching passes
which drop genTly inTo The arms OT The receiver Tor a Lion Touch-
down was The keynoTe oT Frank's play all season long. A sophomore
wiTh a piTching arm, he will sTar again in seasons To come.
Holbrook BoruckfFullback: A consisTenT ground gainer on every
carry, "Holy" proved ThaT sophomores can come Through, Tor HE
did. An even greaTer ThreaT nexT year will be This powerTul, hard
Allen Baronvlzullback: AlThough iniured a greaT deal during The
season, Allen showed ThaT he was one oT The besT Tullbacks in The
P. A. L. Ever on The alerT, Allen, a Tine defensive man. worked and
ToughT hard every minuTe oT play.
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The TirsT P. A. L. championship To be broughT in by
a Lincoln l-ligh aThleTic Team was produced by The
Lion VarsiTy baslceTball squad. Losing only To Se-
quoia in league compeTiTion, The Lions swepT on To
win I7 ouT of 21 conTesTs. WiTh flawless bail
handling, experT shooTing, and lighT, aggressive def
Tensive worlc, The Lions proved Themselves The
"class" of The league.
Toward The end oT The season, The Lions, Tied Tor
TirsT place, Taced The Bulldogs again in a crucial
game, and surged onward wiTh a slashing 24-I7
vicTory. The play-oTl wiTh Half Moon Bay Tor The
P. A. L. TiTle was played before paclced sTands, The
score 23-I4, TirsT P. A. L. championship Tor Lincoln.
Co-capTains Don McCaslin, all P. A. L. cenTer
and leading scorer Tor The Lions, and Fred l:reverT.
sparlqplug Torward and second in Lion scoring, seT
The pace supporTed by sharp shooTing Bob En'
zensperger, Bill Breedon, and John Rohde aT The
guard posiTions. Forwards Bill Campbell, Jon
WrighT, Bill Daegling, and Don Richardson Turned
in splendid iobs as did cenTers Ed EvereTT, Gus Gul-
merT, and guards Bill Brown, Nick Barbaccia. and
Bob Sheppard. We are proud ol a well balanced,
TighTing, eager, and deTermined Team who played
a long, hard season To come'ouT vicTorious P. A. L.
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Allhough in lheir lirsf year as members of fhe
P. A. L., fhe Lion 30's proved fhemselves fhe darlr
horse fhreal of fhe league. The Lion cubs showed
'rhaf fhey were a high scoring, hard fighring feam
wifh Frank Davilla. all P. A, L. forward and leading
scorer, selling fhe pace wifh Archie McGee and
Dore Purdy af forward posifions, Leon De Mee, all
S. P. A. L. choice, al fhe cenfer posf, and hard-
working Earl Norris, Earl Wrighf, and Orville Orfon
filling in al lhe guard spofs.
Coach John Hensill had a fruly hard season of
P. A. L. compefi+ion wifh fhe firsf lighfweighr Team
fo play for Lincoln. Vifal forces in The offensive
power of fhe I2O's were cenfer Jim West forwards
Gene Colburn and Warren Jones, leading scorer,
wifh Slanley Chinchen, Bob Miller, Tom Shipp,
Evans Elbe, Anfhony Piazza, and Henry Rosendin
righf on fhe job.
Only seven players answered Coach Hensill's
call for a Il0 pound feam. The IlO's, led by Tom
Coafes, Joe Cruciani, and Mark Broadbenl as for-
wards, Jerry Bosley a+ cenler, and Scoll Pufnam,
Dan Teresi, Alan Page. and Bob Oliver a+ lhe guard
posf, proved fhemselves a hard working group of
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AlThough The season has jusT begun, The Lion
Trackmen are already sTamped as deTiniTe TiTle con-
Tenders. WiTh Don Carroll. Jon WrighT, and Dick
Weinberg in The sprinTs, Ken Johnson and Dick
BischoTT in The 440, and Fred FreverT, Dick BarThole-
mew, John l-lasen, and Will Kessler in The disTance
runs, The Lions Truly presenT a dangerous Track
ThreaT. WiTh Weinberg ouTsTanding in The discus
and shoT along wiTh John Rohde, Don l-loerler, and
Jack Fischer, The weighT evenTs are well Taken care
oT. Don Carroll in The broad jump, and Johnson and
Jack Greenwood in The high jump should show up
well. Jon WrighT and AI l-laley should bring home
poinTs in The pole vaulT. Jack Passey has so Tar
proved himselT unbeaTable in The hurdle races, wiTh
Greenwood, WrighT, and Bill Ferguson noT Tar be-
Led by Dore Purdy, sTellar half-miler, and Dick
WebsTer, leading 440 runner. The Lion lighTweighT
Track Team seems desTined To place high in P. A. L.
compeTiTion. STan Levin, Bud Coleman, Dick Fow-
ler, and John Avila shine in The sprinTs. RoberT
Rohl, Bob Kress, and ArT Coleman sTand ouT in The
disTance runs. Fowler and Warren Jones, along
wiTh Tom CoaTes, seem The besT prospecTs in The
pole vaulT, Don Campbell has proved himself a Tine
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Lincoln's varsiTy baseball squad are sTrong con-
Tenders Tor The league TiTle, being aT The pre-senT
Tied Tor The S. P. A. L. lead wiTh San Jose and Se
quoia. Opening The season againsT The Sequoia
nine, The Lions upseT The dope buclreT by coming
ouT on Top in exTra innings by a score of I3-IZ. ln
Their nexT game The Lincoln r'niTTrnen chalked up
Their second S. P. A. L. vicTory by deTeaTing The
Palo AlTo Vikings 5-4. The following weelc The Lions
were noT so TorTunaTe, however, as They losT To Their
cross Town rivals San Jose T-ligh 6-5. Ably coached
by Frank Covell, The Lions line up wiTh Bill Breedon
as caTcher, George WrighT piTcher, George Bergna
lsT, Earl WrighT second, Wilbur Conclclin shorTsTop
and Gene Colburn Third, The ouTTield berThs are
Tilled by Frank Davilla, Holy Boruck, and Chuck
The sophomore nine is manned by TirsT year Tele
lows who have shown promise in baseball. The main
purpose in having a sophomore Team This year is
To give These fellows a chance To gain valuable ex'
perience so ThaT They may sTep up and Till The po
siTions on The varsiTy vacaTed by The deparTing
seniors. Coached by Elgin MarTin, The Lion Cubs
have some Tuiure sTars in Wayne Paclc, Lloyd Vick-
ery, Terre Johnsen, Don Rylander, John McGarriTy,
and Jack Hausladen.
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To wear a Block L means some-
'rhing here af Lincoln. I+ shows nof
only +ha+ one is an alhlele and has
prac+iced and played consisfenlly
on a school leam, bul also 'rhal one
is an example and credil +0 his
Composed of lhese lelfermen.
lhe Block L sociefy has grown wilh
lhe passing seasons.
Led by player coach Ken John-
son, N. C. S. champion in fhe
l75 lb. division and ou+s+anding
wresllers. J. lvlaisano, J. Fischer,
A. Weimer, l-l. Rosendin, lhe Lin-
coln l-ligh wreslling leam surprised
all by finishing high in The P. A. L.
They lrounced many hard fighfing
high school reams and made a
Having already won fwo P. A.
L. malclies. Lincoln's +ennis learn
slwould do well in flue P. A. L. four-
namenf al Slanlord. Those malcing
up 'rlie squad are Ed Everell, No.
l singles, Earl Norris. No.2 singles.
Sfan Clwinclwen, No. 3 singles,
Jerry Dinapoli and Eli Barifeau as
No. I doubles and Don Richard-
son and Marlc Broadbenl No. 2
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As we go lo press fhe golf
ieam, coached by Frank Covell, is
of uncerfain qualify lhis year as
lhey have yel 'ro play a malcli.
Leading the 'ream will be Eli
Barileau, who won fhe P. A. L. las?
year, wifh Evans Elbe, Harold
Slwanley, Bob Slwepperd. and Rus-
kin Shepperd rounding ouf fhe
squad. We, no doubf will hear
from +l1is leam in lhe fufure.
Allhough we girls here in Lincoln do no+
engage in inferfschool compelilion, we cer-
fainly enjoy our games and sporfs if one could
judge from lhe squeals and shoufs heard
during The six periods of lhe day. Wifh pep
we enler inlo games of baslcelball, baseball,
volleyball, Tennis and golf. Calislhenlics and
marching help +o lceep us in lil condilion.
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We now presenl our seniors fo you.
They have been a friendly group, full of
pep and enfhusiasm. Wi'rh lhem as leaders.
The sludenl body has puf over a successful
scrap drive. bond campaign, and ofher
acfivifies. We are going 'ro miss you.
seniors, buf we hope we can follow in your
loo+s+eps of leadership. Good luck To you
wherever you go.
Juniors and Sophomores,
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Sgt. Arms: Dick Fagersfrom
President Pefer Harker
V. P.: Bob Seiberf
Sed.: Dawn Rose
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