Abraham Lincoln High School - Monarch Yearbook (San Jose, CA)

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Shipp Principal's Message This June I945 class is lhe firsl group of sludenis 'ro have complefed +he lull lhree years al Abraham Lincoln High School. These have been signiiicanl years as we all have soughr lo develop a high school whose principles and praclices are consonanf wiih lhe ideals ol rhe Greer American, whose name we bear. l am sure +ha+ lhese have been happy years. as you have planned, sludied, worlced, and played A fogelher. Moreover, your enrhusiaslic parricipalion in school life and communiry acriviries especiauiy h ,. in l e war ehforr, is evidence of your high spirir of service. i' . -Y From ihe lalks and le+'rers ol our alumni, parficularly fhe boys in rhe service, I know +hese ideals rhese experiences, fhese services all have made a deep impression on Their lives I+ is my sincere ho e ' P lhaf "Abraham lincoln" will confinue io inspire you who are being gradualed. To Those who remain here, may our nexl year a+ Abraham Lincoln High School be a beffer, liner year for us all. Mr. Cox Miss Ehlerl Miss Russell Mrs. Jensen Mr. Howard Miss Woodrow Miss Duignan Miss Bruch Mr. Hunfer Q ' I Tee-Q' L - 4 .. x I ., , L- Was., Y WC' ix X, 'Sf ,1 194 'Gun 'W 4 .x. g f O' v Q 3 5 Presidenf-Wil Concklin Vice Presidenfs-Hans Harder. Jane Pufnam Secrefary-Lucille Nelson Treasurer-Jim Rice Fall Administration Presidenfil-lolbroolc Boruclc Vice Presidenfs-Lois Teasdale, Dial Bischoff Direcfor of PublicifyfJane1 McDonald All-slelic Manager-Gus Gulmert Treasurer-Louise Forster Secrefaryv-Jean Ellen Berry ' wMa.w...w.n.4..s.. .Mum-. mvmum-M--M1-wwumuwu-" Spring Sands Spring Administration an A - in s 1 iff.-41' v W -nf ,r 1. q 55 1, Swim Qi "sy" , X 5:51 'Q up ln... F gin .xxx . QM xg' R . x, w ,mx evae xii" Monarch Staff Edifor ..,,,,,V.........,,,A......,..,...A..................... Lois Glenclenning Associafe Edi+or .v....... .A7.... .,...... C a rolyn Hackman Life Edifor ,7,v. AA....A 7..,...7.YAAAA.........,,...A.......,w,,,, Shirley Brown Organizafions Edilors ,,w..,. Marion Sfeinagel, John Hasen .Gus Gulmerf Sporfs Edifor .,,,4....,.,., ......Y.,,,,........Y,,,...,.. ....We.........V.mLucille Nelson Senior Eclilor ,,,o .,..,.,o,,Adele Chase, Rulh Perry, Paisy Cadwallader Junior Edilors ....,,, Sophomore Edilors o......,.,w. Jean Cunningham. Joyce Call. Bill Pope Bill Pope, Dolly Walker, Shirley Smarl, Paul Johnson, Margarel Weaver, Bill O'Rielly. Lee Goff. Mail Freilas, Don l-lorlher Pholographers ...,....,,A,.....,..Y,,,..,,.... Adviser ..Y..........e.,,,.,.... 7e.,, ,...,,,,e,....,.,..... .eve, M r . B. Sweeney Phofography SMH we wi Q 9500 Phofography Adviser .,..,,,s.s...,......,,,,.,,,.,,. Miss R. Ferguson Arlisls ....,,.,., Rulh Filzg-erald, Ray Sommer. Carolyn Kunfz 0 Lion Tales Editor. ., .. Assistant Editor .. News Editor First Paqe . Second Page Sports Editor FALL STAFF Ra Sommer . .,..........., ,,,, .. . y .. . . Marceline Hilbert . Dick Speed .Barbara Range, Theron Parlrs . Joyce Daniels, Virginia Poll: Jim Maynard Assistant Sports Editor . . Paul Jacquet Sports Scot Putnam, Don Pearlman, Al Silverman, Gloria Arabia Feature Editor Feature Writer Exchange and Morgue Editorial Writer . . Photography Editor Business Manaqer Editor Assistant Editor News Editor First Page. Second Page. Sports Editor Assistant Sports Girls' Sports . Feature Editor Feature Writers . Editor Del O'Neale Marvin Millard Barbara Brown Janet McDonald Janet McDonald Barbara Kious SPRING STAFF .. . .. ...Marceline Hilbert Dolores Drewes .. .. ,.., , ,. .. ,. .Barbara Brown Shirley Patterson, Dolores Drewes . Jo Williams Jackie Balmer Scot Putnam . Paul Jacquet Gloria Arabia Ray Sommer , Ruth Dougherty Exchange Editor .. ..,.., . .. . . ,... .,..,, . .. .Alice l-lelm Business Manager . . Evelyn Gai Assistant Business Manager.. .... ...... . .Rhoda Strauss Maori X spray so 'Pune 'x 'ca Q Miss Byers--Adviser S Y w-3 Y' -v 1 17' ,Aw ,Q- 4 . R ff! , Members: P. Anlhony, S. Anlhony, J. Appel, M. Armslronq, J. Balmer, C. Baumqarfner, D. Beebe, W. Bofhwell, B. Brown, J. Bradley, B. Busch, P. Cadwallader, P, Carler, B. DeLong, D. Drewes, G. Garland, B. Goodwin, D. Guslalson, L. Eugein, L. Glendenninq, C, l-laclcman, M. l-lilberf, M. Horlher, B, O'Banion, B. Odell, L. Pulley, B. Lillle, J. McDonald, M. Miller, S. Moeclc, E. Murphy, L. Nelson, M. Riggs, R. Roy, J. Sinex, R. Slad- ler, L. Teasdale, M. Truscolf, F. Verdier, V. While, E. Williams, M. Wilson. SP Fall Pres.fS. Anih0"Y Cl S0 lr! LIFE MEMBERS S. Anfhony, J. Appel, C. Baumgarlner, R. Ber- Ad'l5""M'9' H'l"' Clwvn' ner, A. Brown, R. Fi+zGerald, G. Garland, L. Glen- denning, C. Hackman, L. Hein, B. Lillel, M. Mahon, V, Mahon, J. McDonald, L. Nelson, R. Roy. 41:1 ,Qu LC' rlhQ vrasif af ,4- 57 9 Quia' fx - , ,A eg Q A , . My r Q"r ' nh? Aiirinson, PWIH1, Aubinuau, Bale-v Bmifzzau, Barmolomew, Borqna Biarlwlf, BuU1m, Bfvvurlr Bmslf-y Bmsnili Carkfwn, S, Carkon, Cavroll Cra'.zl1vfghn1vu fqfxnvrlvr -vv, Cmnfefs f.'UH'mv'v Cum Hin, Cumfnxl, Ddvma Fowler, Frm, Gibm-rv, Gulrrmvh Lvvirv, Lively, Mavfin, Mrwyef, Miller Nfuvvws, OHV:-1, Vmlm Vrussm, Puvcfy R4-Hdv, Ruse-nrfin, Rmulccs Shipp, fmydm, Toevv-si Vlrlovy w,a.1hv,Gmm1,HdIey, Mc,Ledrw,VYe51 Fall Pr ANET "Wm Mr-DQN , ALD SPHH9 Pl-and ANLEY cH,,,,5l'j:EN f-hx A '41 1 xr n C51 can Block I JoaHr5rZ1Sdf,"' spn. P McDona1d, Garland Horilwer Gulmevi Conckfn Main Havdn Laffa Fi!1Gcrald, Nelson Roy Buvk Cundall Shupp Chmchen Q-lendennnrq 'H ff ze Mx il? il -J' MW NQAQ ,mf Aim avid! fax 3 , 1 gl?-4 Q- Il JI, 1 Ng i K My 45 I Tlubs POCA HIA BIBLE DEBATE CHON PROJECTION CREW AERONAUTICS fs. I eww Horizon Club J' swf adn V. fn .xo QV Mauna Kea ee' 1 ' 4 1' 'Lf H 1 I ll ,f 1 OW XS. 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If :':9ffx 1 1' ' m 1w:fif2"?fQ 4 S' ,T 55.5, W,:- Q 7 , K , ww. 5 35? Band g 33333 334 -1.94 .9 9 Q y , lxiiiiiiidiii 333 1 5 4 f, v..x.. D Q. Nia!" .45 , ' , -rf' .. A lc. I Radio Class X vi .A sx La nnis Ari Mr. Kendall Radio i Radio Siudenfs Broadcasl Over KQW Radio and Art To learn radio Through pracfical produclion and aclivify, lhe radio arf sludenls have pariicipaied in rallies, noon aciiviiies, a Lincoln pro- duclion of l-lar'r's Amafeur Hour, pre- sented "Toward A Beller World," combining radio, drama. and music. and "Tales from Far and Near" over The Columbia School of lhe Air. Under fhe direclion of Miss Violel' Lannis, lhe Lincoln arf classes have progressed rapidly during fhe pasf semesier. Acliviries such as produc- ing 500 Chrisfmas cards for lhe Junior Red Cross, designing signs and poslers for various drives, presenling a flower show, and parlicipaling in general class work have been accom- plished This pasl year. Ari Sfudanh Carolyn Kunh and 'Vera Alexander "NiqM of January l6fh"-All School Play Q0 W B B ly K "June Mad"-Fall Play llrama An oulslanding group of seniors presenfed "June Mad" as fhe Febru- V' R ary senior play. Slarring Lefilia Ken- A ,nge CY' dall in fhe roll of Penny Wood and Y' George Bergna as Chuch Harris, 'rhe play was a splendid success in Hs +wo- nighl run al Woodrow Wilson Junior High School Audiforiurn. Direcfor McKenna As fhe Monarch goes fo press, plans are under way for lhe June senior produclion. The play is being chosen by the following commilleer Diclc Bischoff, Jaclr Fischer, Jerry Bradley, Marianne Anninger, Jaclcie Balmer, and Georgia Garland. Cornmiflees headed by Bev Laffa, Jane Haalcen- son, Bill Ferguson, Lois Glendenning, Evans Elbe, and Virginia Mahon are meefing fo complefe arrangernenls for produc- lion under fhe able direcforship of Fen+on McKenna. s-.awe Senior Play Commiffee Chairmen PI.y.Chgoging Commifho J 533 N5 'Af 'f'1u5"f'g' i 'f-xl ,J nil. 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L. oothall M, ml Ml A 'QQ- E l l I I Q Frank Davilla l20l, Lincoln halfbacl, rambles on againsf San Jose High. Bill Grami l5Il, blocking quarferbaci. and Rohde, Bischoff, Viclery, lead fha way in Lincoln's 32 fo 6 viclory. lielovl All-PAL Sfars Holy Borucl and Don Carroll '62 in Cepfain John Rohde Coach Lee Cox ,. ,W C' , N gf ". , t . X-. . K ,Wi 4 , 1,1 fav-:jg .i-if ,E "lf ,L 4 ' ' Q "- " 4 'Ps .E 'x S f"' 'X sir' ,fr 47 S24 Q34 12: 14 as 41 35:53 25 40 5559 fi 25549 -Q39 1:50 5 Qsifhfew-'ri "N,-Ah , ' xl . I gg x' Q6 ,ai is 'Q f . 5 ii ' X38 If 3 5? Y . Bfxg 7 1-xv . " 5 Q J' R39 2 '-nafm:21w2'2Q17 213453 1-45!xQ'42,e-'W 43 e329 -spa -.44 7 av aim-2,3 5533-4-27 fm 51.755 11 Y' ,I 'Z I fs? jr fjl P I fn sg? 'J typ E, QFQHQ TD Afsgi, 44 gn 1 if H, u P ni NJ ' , 1' ,I L ' Lf Sensors Record Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Ml. View 6 Alameda I3 San Maleo I4 Sequoia 7 Palo Allo 6 Burlingame 0 San Jose 6 Soulh Cily lTopl Frankie Davilla l20l ramble: fo pay dir? againsf Sequoia. Bill Grami ISI, and Don Carroll ll7l pave lhe way. lMiddlel George Bergna l22l and Don Carroll ll7l feam up for a con- version. lLowerl Flea? fooled Davilla l20l again makes yardage againsf San Mafeo behind flue bruising blocking of Holy Boruci l42l. Tho forgofhn sfars-CapTair1 John Rohde l36l. All-PAL end: Roland Berner l50l. Tackle: Jack Fischer ll3l, guard: Jim Brassill l28l, guardq Elgin MarTin l40l, Tackle: Bill McLean l32l, end. .,, J '31 sl if if .M M 0. ..- , I AI Halay Hll plows for gain. Wil Concllin Dil goh yardage for Lincoln FOOTBALL As iudged by TooTball coaches ThroughouT The valley and The Bay Area. Lincoln had The TinesT prep foofball Team in NorThern California. Feafuring "Holy" Boruck in The leading role of play maker, Lincoln couldn'T help buf sweep Through a vicTorious season. Boruck. sTar fullback and leading scorer of The League, wiTh blinding speed, smashed ouT runs of 35, 40, and 50 yards on line plunges. Bill Grami proved To be The mosT crushing blocker on any high school Team. an'l Through his work, helped Lin- colniTe backs in breaking away Tor specTacular gains. Frank Davilla and Don Carroll were The offensive and defensive sTars in The backiield aTTer proving Themselves deadly ThreaTs i-n boTh passing and run- ning plays. Wil Concklin, Earl WrighT, Al Haley. and George Bergna Turned in noTeworThy perform- ances in The backlield. The Torgo'rTen men in The line proved Themselves To be The Tinesf forward wall in The League as They pushed all opposifion aside. All Lincolniies will remember The powerful Tackling of The linemen in The rouT oi San Jose High when The score Tofaled 32-6. CapTain John Rohde. playing head and shoulders above all com eTiTion, was awarded The unanimous Tirsf sTring All-PAL end award. Elgin MarTin, Rol- and Berner. Lloyd Vickery, Dick Bischoff, Jack Fischer, and Bill McLean were acclaimed as The men behind The Lion Wonder Team. However. no Team could have succeeded wifhouf The experT guidance of Head Coach Lee Cox and AssisTanT Coach George HunTer. No LincolniTe will ever Torgef This Lincoln fooiball Team. s Lion Varsity Jones l9l wdches Davilla l2l score. Coach Franlc Covell, laced wilh lhe loss of all buf fwo of Lincoln's lasl' PAL winning baslcelloall feam, pulled lhe Lions fhrough a successful season. Winning I6 oul of 27 games. Lincoln proved ilsell a darlc horse in 'rhe PAL compefilion. Afler losing To Sequoia lwice, fhey nipped Palo Allo once, due 'ro some specfacular baslcelball by Big John Rohde and Gus Gulmerl. Then The Lions bear San Jose High, fheir arch rival. Two oul of lhree games. Big John Rohde ll2l gels fha rebound. 3' lx Gus Gulmerf Lion forward lumps againsf Foss of Sequoia. Davilla 2 xfands by. The Lions clinched The series wilh a IS lo ll viclory in fhe final game. Franlc Da- villa, spark plug senior forward, was 'fhe l'eam's leading scorer. John Rohde, senior guard, won many Lincoln games wilh his defensive worlc. Oufloolc for nexl year's leam is lhe brighfesl yel. Gus Gulmerl, second high scoring Lion player, as well as Earl Norris, blond guard, are relurning wilh almosl lhe enfire second slring and lighfweiqhl players 'ro lead Lincoln nexl year. n fi I , .f 4, j ff . ' .W 5125? 'iff f A ,421 Q 'rag' ,xi ,U 551 fi M - Qin fl I 25 , yt ST W if ' .5 W 5 f' gf 3 'P Veg f '. f 5 iv tv 'Q . W YA S QQ Q Q f Rf s 1 H113 " A-.5 wif ,. ,Q If , R! Q XL.- A bg . 1 M 4' A X 1 ' ' .5 1 ' if Q .i S ,X .X g ,X . MQ .Q ix L If ? 'J 5' l N451 -' qn'Mlfgrs3L2f .3 mum xq im sf K , ..,...,... .... .. l30's-lTopl Coach F. Covell, A. Miller, B. Cundall. R. Jarone. E. Barifeau. lLoworl C. Crampfon, L. Myers. B, Forsfer, E. Wright O. Orion, D. Purdy. 13095 Basketball Unleashing fhe mosf amazing sfringof baslcefball friumphs in Lincoln's hisfory. 'rhe Lion "3O's" came in firsf in 'rhe SPAL race buf losl lhe PAL championship To Jefferson High by a narrow margin. Wifh a blazing passing alfaclc, lhe Lion "3O's" found pre- season compeiifion easy. Soon ranking far above all compeiiiors. lhe Lions moved info The posifion of League favoriles for +he lille. The Lions frimmed Sequoia and Palo Alfo by easy margins. Affer losing a close game To San Jose High. 'rhe "3O'sr' resolved fo win fheir lasl games. They played superb baskelball in fhe second half of ihe SPA'L race and won fhe Leighfweighl crown wiih a smashing viclory over San Jose High. Earl Wright Bob Forsier, and Orville Orion received iirsl sfring All-SPAL awards. However, +he play of Dore Purdy. Loren Meyers, and Chuclc Crampfon added im- measurably lo lhe leam's success. Achon in Sequoia game-Dore Purdy sinh a long one. Acfion in High game 4- if , l.,r 1 3 4 M 11 5 s 141' ,',..- .-,nv 'I' . ., A.. N ,V X I. dk gf-xx , N . -'X 3 Q W f hi l A C , :ig 4-T, Webrlor firsf again Mile King. Carroll wins. Track This year Lincoln had a record TurnouT oT prospecTs Tor The Track Team. Wi+h eighTy boys To choose Trom. Coach Lee Cox produced anoTher wonder Team. AlThough crossed aT every opporTuniTy by rain and limiTed pracTice TaciliTies, Lincoln placed Third in The PAL relays in a driving rain. As The season geTs under way. prospecTs are ThaT records will be smashed in The: mile run by Dore Purdy, -sensaTional miler: 880 yard run bygalloping Dick BarTholomew: 440 yard dash by Dick Web- sTer, TinesT quarTer miler in Lincoln's hisToryg High Jump by eiTher one or boTh oT The "heavenly" Twins, Elroy Shank and Gus GulmerTg ShoT PuT by "Big" Dick Bischoff: Discus by Elgin MarTin: and The 220 yard dash and Broad Jump by Don Carroll. Bill Ferguson and Bill Passey. ouTsTanding sTars in The High Hurdles, are given excellenT chances in The l2O yard high hurdles. The Team. builT around These men. is expecTed To cuT iTselT inTo The naTional High School record books. The VarsiTy squad is believed capable oT winning every dual meeT. The PAL TiTle, and Then The NorTh CoasT SecTion lvleeT. ln boTh These meeTs The Lincoln VarsiTy squad is The deTending TiTlisT. Plans are being made To enTer a selecTed group in The WesT CoasT Relays, greaTesT Track and Tield conclave in The WesTern STaTes. The squad is amply supplied wiTh ousTanding men like Levin and Lovely, in The sprinTs: Trussler, Gib- son, and Maddux, in The quarTer mile: Lewallen and McGarriTy in The disTance runs. No doubT Lin- coln has The TinesT all around Track Team in iTs hisTory. Doro Purdy sweeps To anoThar vicfory. Dick Bischoff gefs one away in The shof A I I , I-.mi vw -..L-Gif -. wg " is W in .M , A .ag ,ilu ' - - Mmm -. ' fb 'xr W- QIWM 1 f f as - m 'aw A .W ' ' """5'f'Hf f"'i"x-wa ,ill A T A 5 ui ' it 41- 'l f s sd' ' .N. ' -1 il' '3 L.,l ,N-'11 J J lUpperl Dick Barlholomew, Lion ace 880 man. sprinfs in ro viclory 50 yards aread ol compelifion. lLeffl Elroy Shank and Gus Gulmeri, fhe "heavenly Owing" win high iump for Lincoln. llowerl Bill Ferguson cops Qho high hurdles in near record lime. lLower lefll Dora wins again. D . B' E - -V..,- .Ia---af ,-. Minor Sports Lincoln has iurned in an amazing record in Minor Sporfs during fhe pas? seasons. ln all acfivilies, fhe win column has been crowded wilh Lion ieams. Boasiing many individual slars as well as lceen learn worlc, The Lions are always regarded wifh fear by fheir opponenis. The fennis squad has surprised all by furning bacic San Jose High 5 marches fo O. Sfanley Chinchen, Earl Norris, and Eli Bari- 'reau are fhe oufslanding individual sfars, while Jerry DiNapoli, lvlarlc Broadbent Bill O'Rielly, Scof Pufnam, Gene Mcfxdams. Howard Sfern. and Jerry Bradley are members of fhe doubles ieams. Eli Bariieau is by far fhe ouslanding golf player af Lincoln. He will probably lead the Lincoln squad info fhe PAL compe+i+ion. The lighfweighf Track feam is hampered by laclc of depih in many posiiions. However, fhe boys are sure io place in the PAL finals. lAbovel Soccer in acfion. f , if T 4 ww", K Q K ,. .4 A:!. iF6g Y .1 V , .. 3. ig., 4 sgggv . -Z A ,, .V ,y,,,f, 1, . K, ,, ' ., M 1 -4...-,Q A My .-, J . V . M Q V, A -gm , w,,..:f,..++- My g , rf W 1 H fain .g ' rr K' K s. . ' ,. 2 . , . , .- ml W F A V ,A ,L . Q , I ,A . - , E EZ, H we " '-.9 1 ."'r ,, - XX' ' 9 v ' ' . in 1 . rmagiiagm gn ,ar'1j.w5.k W 5, ZS, Ya .. .1 ,V ll sg A k,Lk ,. . V , '- I Q r , x.k, ,pw l' 5 7 .firm . K - , .V if - . Q - - We , A' wfbd- J"-F-iff. ' vi I W -' My sig, - . . P . , A . vykgsf-.K f -f I f V- 'L" . l - will . M X is ' ' Gym Classes A+ all limes Lincoln sludenls are able lo enjoy fhemselves by en+ering inlo acfive alhlelics. ln fhe fall semesfer, 'foolball is The maior sporf. ln winfer, baslcelball. wreslling. and boxing reign supreme. ln spring. soccer, volleyball, lraclc, and base- ball are spor+ headlines. Caclef Corps drill is carried on 'rhroughoul The year. Tennis Team lBelowl Football and baslrelball Lightweights Coach Frank Covell's ll0's and l2O's were lhe 'reams fhal' improved mosl' rapidly in The PAL race. Allhough They did nol win any lifles, lhey did sei' a new scoring record for a Lincoln 'ream when 'rhe l2O's wenl' on fo beaf Palo Allo 52 +o 6. Affer losing lhe firs+ games lo San Jose, bolh feams won lheir second by 3 and I poinl margins. Oulslanding players were Roulces, Balmer, Avilla. Broadbenl. and Dodson. Golf Team cr c' - pn: F H'g I Whale Mark Broadbent Jo fha unalsa Jse nh 2 - 1 1 .439 ti ' 3' f D F' vw-3 "' D. i V. .y II' ' I I .Q r Nuo., h r Q -ufii -Q .1'Uv1 'Y 1 i' 'I in yJ05' staxxs 1 if x ag N. , ,gf wk ' Q Q Fi 5 , Q llll ' ' Q 0 I A fs f H K gi A , Y' f ,I Lion Varsity g g g Wy lf slim During Ihe spring semesler. baseball enfers Ihe alhlelic piclure al' Lincoln. To dale I'he baseball Ieam has disposed of all opposilion excepf San Jose Sfale. The Sparlans edged The Lions 3 +o 2 in fhe lirsl game, buf 'rhe Lincoln squad came back +0 grab a I2 'ro I I slug-fesl in Ihe second encounler. Coach Covell slarled fhe season wiI'h an experienced infield, seasoned oulfielders, and smoolhly working pilchers and calchers. Lloyd Vickery Iurned in an oulslanding iob behind lhe plale. Lion ballers have been pounding 'rhe ball info 'rhe bleachers +o 'rurn back Campbell II 'ro I2: Los Gales I4 lo 3: Mounlain View I6 Io 3: and Ivlounfain View, +he second lime, 7 To I. Archie Cassingham. Gab Paddra. Holy Boruck, and Earl Wrighf have handled Ihe mound dulies wifh amazing skill and conlrol. Earl Wright second baseman. Gene Colburn, Ihird baseman, and Frank Davilla, firsl baseman. have been 'rhe big men al 'the plale. Wil Concklin has Iurned in a fine job as shor'rs'rop. Oulslanding. loo, are Dick Baker and Dean Wendr in The ouffield. Ken Aubineau and John Kouns have Iurned in fine performances. If Ihe 'ream conlinues Io work as smoolhly in Ihe PAL as in I'he pre- season games, il is deslined +o carve for ilself a place in hislory as 'rhe besl baseball Ieam Lincoln ever had. Nw nn IX Baseball E "nm A X - . ' ,. 4 K ' luoball Tum: Uopl Goff Fox. Page, Meyers. DiNapoli, Harris, Schwable. Mosher. Udicldlol Lundy. Dodson, Maddy. lngram, Kouns, Anderson, Padilla. ILoworl Cassinqham. Abineau. Baker, Conclclin, Matson, Wright, Wendi, Colburn, Daviila. QM 0 ohh 'I 1,6 Cassinqham vows fhom wifh a curve U M1 ,fl gf , 4 fill, f- ,V N gl 5 Q 9 I ii XM- M T rg: k P 1 f f. 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