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TtESF MUSIC CLUB l roiil R»u : Spring, L.. Conroy. R., Cutler, P., Ri.se. M., Hoak. A.. Rubb. M. Row 2: Thcimpson, P., lerner, E Black M , MtCuUoch, F.. Wagner, H., Melbin, R., Patterson. A. Rnw 3: Scharninghausen, W., Prather, 1 ' Henry ( ., Lambert, R., Eyestone. E,, Gibsun, V. Row 4; Hampton. E,, Hens, B., Bardley. S.. H.ins, P., Davis. B.. Morehouse, R., Smith. P. Back Row: Mrs. Cutlir, Rohrcr, P., Taylor, J.. Hannon. R.. Bar- berian, R.. Clauson. B. The Advanced Chorus on March 27 elected officers and started the first Music Club. The purpose of this organization is to form a stronger bond among the students in the Advanced Chorus. After losing their first president, Norma Sheffield, they elected Ma is Robb second president. When Lincoln opened, a fine group of singers signed up on the first day to be- come members of the music class. The school little knew then that, in the ensuing weeks, this young group was to become famous. Those students who had not had much training for glee club work were given an opportunity to learn in Beginning Chorus. As the Glee Club grew, soloists came into the limelight and groups began to form outstanding duos, trios, quartettes, sextettes, and mixed groups. Mrs. Helen B. Cutlir, their director, experimented in a cappella work. Membership is open to those who have received an " A " final for one semester, or a " B " final for two semesters in Advanced Chorus. Upon graduation several senior singers will have left, including Mavis Robb, Margaret Black, Eleanore Jerner, and Marilyn Rose, four veterans who have been in the Advanced Chorus since it began. The other two graduating seniors will be Frances McCulloch and Charles Henry. CAROLYN MAE ROSS Future will be in ofiice work . . . is reporter on the Lincoln Log . . . " Carrie ' s " hobby is dancing . . . favorite sport is swimming. NANCY CAROLINE RUCK " Nan " intends to be a scientist . . . reading is her hobby . . . enjoys music . . . knits for the Red Cross. WILLIAM SALM " Willy " plans to be a business man . . . active in sports . . . football his favorite . . . journalism class . . . hobby is collecting pins. REGISTRY 308 Front Row: Klein, B., Trumpour. iM., Johnson, M., Spangenberg, D., Andrews. B., Hoke, A. Row 2: Maginess, J., Volosing, D., Coe, H., Kirst, S., Bernheim, N. Roir .i: Long, R., Gcilobic, H., Henry, K., Kramer, S., Westwater, E., Claw- son, B. Bjik Row: Dunn, D., Fer- ris, F., Smith, B., Glasner, j . I.etsche, H., Stewart, C, Mr Miossi. PAGE FORTY-SEVEN
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MARILYN LOIS RITCHIE is to make a career of accountini; . . . belongs to the Service Society . . . member of CSF . . . likes to swim. MAVIS LILLIAN ROBB plans career on the stage or screen . . . singer in advanced chorus , . . registry treasurer . , . " May " collects recipes as a hobby, MARILYNNE LEE ROSE Plans to go to J.C. for business . . . member of the Senior Com- mittee . . . vice president m reg. . . . Music Club. ORC HESTRA From Raw: Leslie. D.. t ronburg. N.. J.inssen. V.. Si.gel, M.. McCuUoch. F.. Blakely. C .. Terry. C. McCaw, M., Taylor. K. li " u 2: Mr. Melvin. Subke. L., Leach, E.. Revnolds. J.. Brevit. J.. Gibson. O.. Roe. J. B,uk Rau : Rod.,nt. A.. Staurtcr, R., Gregory. N., Greenberg. R. Under the guidance of the Lincoln musical director, Mr. George C. Melvin, the Concert Orchestra has made much progress since the opening of school in the Fall of 1940. The thirty students who comprise this group are the " cream of the musical crop, " since admittance may be gained only by permission of the instructor. Students in the beginning classes, particularly the beginning and intermediate orchestra mem- bers, compete with each other for a place in the advanced group. Since instrumentation is an important factor in advanced work, there is a limit on the number and kind of instruments that may be used in concert music. There is always room, however, for good players on all the instruments, particularly in the string section, where the numbers are not as limited as they must be in the brass, woodwind and percussion groups. The work of the string group may be divided into three categories: music played to develop technical skill on an instrument, music played for pure cultural enjoy- ment, and music required for graduation, the term play, or some particular program. The orchestra has played for Lincoln High School ' s first Commencement Exercises, at the Variety Show, and at the term play. REGISTRY 306 Front Row: Meyerson, C, Taylor, K., Marquis, G., Moslen, D., Mil- ler, L., Spring. L. Roir 2: Bain, E. D., Vince, V., Fergusun, C, Mills, T.. Ozard, L., Marks, M., Granfield, J. Row _?.■ Ohllson, D., Greenberg, R., Covello, E., Mor- ton, M., Mohr, R., Blank, B. B.uk Row: Holmes, P., Stern, G., Michaelis, C, Desmond, J., Beck, C, Polen, G. PAGE FORTi ' -SIX
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ROBERT SANDEN Pres. of student body, past pres. of L12 class, and vice pres. of the junior class . . . managing editor of the Roundup. FRANCES MARIE SANNES plans to go to college . . . has a stamp hobby ... in her leisure time she concentrates on the hobby of piano playing. FREDERICK WILLIAM SEIKE is in the school plays and also in tlie shows for the service men . . . he intends to be an actor . . . enjoys reading. DEBATERS Helen Schwartz. Arlienne Edmondsnn, Morley Thompson, Eunice Westwater, Baird Smith Within the circumference of high school activity is a field overshadowed by the realm of physical combat, debating. At Abraham Lincoln, it received its first for- ward impetus immediately upon the opening ot school and has since grown with it. The first students to debate included Eunice Westwater, Adrienne North, Robert Mills, Joe Truzzolino, George Neuwald, Arlienne Edmondson, and Baird Smith. Since that fiery beginning, Morley Thompson and Helen Schwartz have joined the group. Under the controlling hand and capable leadership of Coach Bernice Blenner- hassett the club was ready to carry the Crimson and Gold onto the forensic battlefield. Prior to the summer vacation at the Lowell Invitational Tournament, Lincoln achieved a clean sweep for second place, bowing only to formidable Commerce. The ' 41 back-to-school present was a place in the All-City Debating League. This year has been one of growth and reasonable success. At a league meeting at Commerce High School, Eunice Westwater and Baird Smith brought home a victory, and first speaker, Arlienne Edmondson, did likewise — the first time in a league debate — a coveted double victory ! The spring term of ' 42 witnessed the University of San Fran- cisco and State Tournaments. Both became major achievements and minor victories for such a young school. REGISTRY 314 Front Row: Thompson, B., Frac- chia, N., Hinds, A., Wolff, B., Levy, J., Robb, J. Row 2: Renaud, T., Sullivan. M., Rose, F., Gilrow, M., Schiavone. H., Hulbe, M., Schardt, P. Ron i: West, D., Grimes, P., Bohall. R., Podesta, R., Streeter, M., Sannes, H. Raw 4: Brymner. H., Zaft, P., Sterner, H., Morasch, B.. Batchelor, E., Bole- streve, M., Brown G. B ii ' k Row. ' Jorgensen, J., Edwards, B., John- son, D., Sederholm, K. PAGE roRTV-EICHT
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