Abraham Lincoln High School - Roundup Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)
- Class of 1945
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This year the eyes of the world have turned
to San Francisco, the scene of the United
Nations Conference. To this group has been
given the task of planning the future of the
vvorldg to us, the even greater burden of
carrying out their decisions. For we are the
men and women of tomorrow who are
growing up in a war-conscious San F ran-
cisco vvhere we prepare for the task ahead.
We dedicate this year's ROUNDUP to San
Francisco, which can boast of many scenes
of beauty and interest-Golden Gate Park,
Mission Dolores, Fisherman's Wharf, Coit
Tower, Chinatown, Twin Peaks, the Ferry
Building-to name but a few.This splen-
dor which has risen from the ashes of earth-
quake and fire stands as a symbol and ex-
ample to the world which will soon emerge
from the chaos of war. We at Lincoln are
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proud to be a part of the City of St. Francis
and will strive to be worthy of the honor.
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George I. Adams
Robert C. Bolton
Gilbert G. Brown, Jr.
Donald W. Carroll
Eugene H. Charles
William E. Chaty
Darold Du Commun
Roy L. Cox
James E. Elkington
Hugh F. Ewing
James Fried .
Norman Gindrat, Jr.
I. ITES THE
Richard D. Gindrat
Clarence M. Glattree
Francis S. Gordon
Stan G. Harmon
Harry J. Hatt
Jerry W. Haughley
Donald J. Haughton
Henry G. Helmers
Hubert A. Hemphill
Joseph B. Hill
Alfred C. Hinds
Thomas L. Jayne
George P. Jeffery
J. M. Jenkins
Leo E. Johnson
Walter H. Johnson
James M. Kenville
William R. Knill
Albert E. Knipper
David B. Knox
Robert H. Koch
Ward J. Kratter
Vito V. Marchi
Donald P. Malloch
Kenneth M. McNeill
Everett Glenn McNicholas
Fred A. Mead
Warren J. Miller
Thomas H. Mills, Jr.
Jim P. Mitchel
James T. Maloney
Harold E. Mooney
LaRue Moore, Jr,
Sage L. Morris
Donald R. Morrison
Robert I. Morrison
John P. Murphy
David L. Nagel
George P. Nathan
John C. Parker
William M. Patsel
Sanford L. Phillips
Robert J. Pokorny
James B. Runner
John Sanders, Jr.
Russell C. Seagrave
Fred W. Seike
John T. Sink
William A. Sipple
Morgan H. Streeter, Jr.
Ray H. Stewart
Richard P. Stark
Peter B. Taylorson
Alan D. Tilford, Jr.
Harry W. Thomas
Walter G. Tolleson
Joseph A. Truzzolino
Roland Von der Mehden
Alex D. Vucetich
J. C. Webb
George Williaiii Weiner
William H. Adair
Mayo Ralph Alberigi
Arthur E. Allen, Jr.
Edmund Lee Allison
Fitzgerald Ames, Jr.
Fred Richard Bahit
Clarence E. Bawden
William T. Bender
Louis E. Berg
Herman Bergfried, Jr
Ralph H. Bickel
Robert J. Carey
Harold S. Casper
Joseph Frank Castro
Robert J. Chambers
Edwin F. Chase
Jack C. Chaty
Daryl L. Clem
Robert G. Cordano
Don Phlson Cox
William H. Cox
Robert R. Craig
Robert S. Creely
Harold J. Crockard
William R. Cullen
Jack L. Cunningham
Bill De Martini
Bill De Mello
Robert R. Durkin
Warren R. Evans
Top 1'a1z'.' Ray Groves. Bob Quadros, Andy Casper. Bill Runes, Earl Kelly. liner: jack Grantield. Sefruln' rozcu' Bill
Surges, Art Goldtinger, Adair Miller, Ted Schapp, john Danner, Enzo Belli, Roger Burr, Arnold Ambrossini.
Bnllom mfr: Bob Pierce, Mayo Alberigi, Frank Grant, jack Glasner, George Jeffries, jerry Haughey.
From high school to war is not the normal se-
quenceg from the football field to the battlefield is a
grim step. Today high school boys all over the
nation must postpone their plans for college and
peacetime occupations and don blue, green, and
khaki in the service of their country. '
We are justly proud of the Lincolnites who
have answered the nation's call to arms. They are
the boys who sat beside you at the rallies not long
agog fellows like Rocky Mason, the whiz with bat
and ballg Al Bankus, one of Lincoln's first foot-
ballers, grinning Ted Schapp, president of the
class in his high senior year, Bob Conway, Lincoln's
first yell leader. Then there's George Barry, who led
Top row: Bill Mason, Jim Bowden, jim Geddes, George Barry, Cilitf Anderson. Illfkflf Bob Searle. Sammi row: Chuck
O'Shea, Duanne Dunn, Tom Dolan, Karl Sederhom, Bob Conway, Frank Quadms, john Quinn. ln.vi'I.' Ed Browne.
Borrow wa 3 Hal Casper, Ed Mooney, jack Reynolds, Al Bankus.
us as we cheered the football team to the champion-
ship in the unforgettable 1943 season. Two other
student body officers of that term are in the service:
President Bill Surges and judge Art Goldfinger.
The list is long, but you remember them all. You
cannot forget them, for they, the boys who yester-
day roamed the halls of Lincoln, are the lighting
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men of today.
Beneath the big red star on our service flag is a
small gold one. It stands for the Lincoln boys who
have given their lives for their country. lt is our
fervent desire that we and our Allies may soon
attain complete victory so that no more names can
be added to the hallowed Roll of Honor.
H ere we have our adminz'slmtz'0n
lm! pu! them to any zest,
And af before, y0u'IZ alufczyx jimi
We'zfe got the very best.
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You are featuring in your book, many
places of scenic interest in this city. Be-
fore San Francisco was many decades old,
it had such a striking individuality that
it rated among the "big three" in the
United States. Rich in historic lore, it has
furnished the material for many excellent
books while many of its leaders were
Tribute to many of its important men
is to be found in the names of several of
the thoroughfares. These men were so
recognized for the contribution each made
to what was then a struggling village.
Their daring and energy, coupled with
farsighted planning, prepared the foun-
dation upon which a great metropolis has
been built, one which is the envy of the
entire world, with internationally famous
MR. CLYDE W. XVI-IITE, Priwifm!
HULBERT, MISS ETHEI.
O'DONOHUE. MISS CATHERINE
PHILBIN, MRS. IANE
WOODRUFF, MISS GERTA
GOULD, MRS. IIIZTTY
GROOM, MRS. WINIFRED
PARKER, MR. WILLIAM
PERACCA, MISS CLORINDA
SCHMIDT, MISS MARIE
SILVIA, MISS GLENEICE
WEIDBERG, MISS BELLE
CONKLIN, MR. FRANK
CONNOLLY, MISS CATHERINE
FOX, MISS BARBARA
GALLAGHER, MISS GRACE
GOLDSMITH, MRS. ESTER
GUDDE, MRS. ELIZABETH
HALL, MRS. ETHEL
HARTWELL, MR. ROBERT
JACOBSEN, MISS MADELINE
MAHER, MISS MARJORIE
McINTYRE, MRS. MARY EDNA
MOSBY. MRS. POLLY
POWER, MR. MAURICE
SCHMIDT, MISS MARIE
STEIN, MISS LUCY
THOMPSON, MRS. BERNICE
CIUTLIR, MRS. HELEN
CRITES. MRS. ESTHER
De MARTINI, MR. ARMOND
GALLAGHER, MISS GRACE
GOLDSMITH, MRS. ESTER
KANE, MRS. ALIKIE
LIVINGSTON, MR. A. j.
MENDENHALL, MISS RUTH
POWER, MR. MAURICE
ROXBURGH, MISS EILEEN
SI-IAFER, MISS LAURA
SHEPHARD. MISS MARION
SNELL, MISS ALBERTA
WILDMAN, MRS. JOYCE
XVILDMAN, MRS. JOYCE
De MARTINI, MR. ARMOND
CONNOLLY MISS CATHERINE
GUDDE. MRS. ELIZABETH
IACOBSEN. MISS MADELINE
McINTYRE, MRS. MARY EDNA
PERAKICA. MISS CLORINDA
POWELL. MISS ALMA
REYNOLDS, MISS DOROTHY
ROSEN, MISS MOLLIE
SALZMANN, MR. ERNESTO
MISS ANITA TRUMAN MR. WALTER FREDRICKSON
D.-an of Girl.: Dean of B011
FAB LTY +1945
AUSTIN, MR. ARTHUR
BAKER, MR. XVILLIAM
BERKOWITZ. MISS FRANCES
FOX, MISS BARBARA
GEIGER, MR. WHITNEY
GERLACH, MISS OLGA
GRAEBER, MISS ALICE
MAHER, MISS MARIORIE
PETERS, MISS ESTHER
ANDERSON, MR. ELMER
ANDREWS, MR. XVILLIAM
MOSBY, MR. DAVID
RUSSELL. MR. WILBUR
RYALL, MR. RICHARD
SANDERSON, MR. De WI'l"I'
CUTLIR, MRS. HELEN
MELVIN, MR. GEORGE
DIEDERICHSEN, MR. ROY
DOWNING, MISS MARGARET
GILL, MISS PAT
MARELICH, MR. JOSEPH
MEYER, MISS ELSIE
PRINZ, MR. PERCIVAL
SULLIVAN, MRS. KATHERINE
R. O. T. C.
LYNCH, SGT. LEMUEL
SOCIAL STUDIES I
CIONKLIN, MR. FRANK
FRENCH, MR. FLOYD
HALL, MRS. ETHEL
HARTWELL, MR. ROBERT
JACOBSEN, MISS MADELINE
KRAMER. MISS IACQUELINE
MOSBY, MRS. POLLY
SELIG, MR. JOHN
STEIN, MISS LUCY
THOMPSON, MRS. BERNICE
XVEIDBERG, MISS BELLE
AUSTIN. MR. ARTHUR
KOEHLER, MR. EDWARD
MANAHAN, MR. WILLIAM
MIOSSI, MR. BERNARD
NILL, MR. JOHN
PHILBIN, MRS. JANE
SCHMIDT, MR. WALTER
TAYLOR. MR. ARTHUR
WOLF, MR. GIRARD
DIXON, MISS GRACE
MIOSSI, MR. BERNARD
FORMER MEMBERS OF LINCOLN'S
FACULTY ON ALL FRONTS
Lt. fjgj James Morena, U.S.N .... edu-
cational oflicer . . . at Pearl Harbor.
Lt. Stephen Sherry, U.S.A .... with the
hospital corps . . . somewhere inGermanjf.
Lt. fjgl George Canrinus, U.S.N ....
stationed at Treasure Island.
Lt. fjgj Howard Edminster, U.S.N.
. . . somewhere in the South Pacific.
MfSgt. Clarence Glattree, U.S.A. . .
landed on the Philippines.
CPO Claude Hanrahan . . . instructing
Capt. Joseph Hill, U.S.A. . . - bombar-
dier instructor . . . stationed at Midland,
Lt. George Hutchinson, U.S.N ....
stationed at San Diego.
Major John Parker, U.S.A .... with
Patton, somewhere in Germany.
Lt. Lawrence Goodell . . . somewhere
in the South Pacific,
SfSgt. Hulbert Hemphill, U.S.A. . .
somewhere in the South Pacilic.
'FPvt. Augie Venturi, U.S.A .... Lin-
coln's Hrst teacher to be killed . . . the
accident occurred in an airplane crash.
IEHPTY MUST!! I3 FACULTY
Miss Snell is the head of Lincoln's English Depart- Mr. Russell handles U. S. Employment in Lincoln. In
ment, She also assists in editing the Round-up. the past year Mr. Russell has given employment to
over 1,000 students.
Mr. Power is one of the advisors for the Spring '45
graduating class. He also took one of the prizes on
Lincolnls Circus Day.
Miss Downing, a favorite P.E. teacher, was an advisor Miss Stein assisted in the organization of five discus-
for the Fall '44 graduating class. - sions on the Dumbarton Oaks Plan. Miss Stein is also
Personal Problems Counselor.
Mr. Schmidt has helped many of Lincoln's service boys
hy coaching pre-induction aeronautics and physics. He
is also an advisor For the Spring '-ii graduating class.
Mr. Prinz is head oft
Miss Silvia is in charge of Lincoln's Commercial De-
partment. She also supervises all Lincoln's finances.
Miss Powell is one of Lincoln's most capable Spanish
he Boys' Physical Education Dept.
also head of the Social Studies Department.
Mr. Conklin is Lincoln's acting Head Counselor and
ST HE T BUDY IJFFIIIEH5 + If I.I.'1l1l
DWIGHT STRAUB BARBARA HONS
BEVERLY BARHAINI QIAMES FINLEY
JACK GALLISDORFER - WALTER STRYCKER
ST DE T BIJIJY IJFFIIIEHS + SPHI Ii '45
ROBERT BALLIET LOIS CROCKFR
ELVIRA GRANFIELD FRED TAYLOR
DON MCCAW - JACK GALLISDORFER
CLASS UFPIIIEHS F I.Ln'41l
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Don Cardoza, presidentg Lois Crocker, secretaryg Rita Bosio, Al Cementina, presidentg Alice Conroy, secretaryg Marge
vice president, ' ' '
Meyer, vice president.
HIGH SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
jack Kamena, presidentg Elinor Mackie, treasurerg Dot Phil-
lips, secretaryg Viv Brizee, vice president.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS LOW SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Bill Bacon, presidentg Maryann Trond, secretaryg Bev Brown, Charlie Dorsett, presidentg Pat Thompson, secretaryg Doris
vice president. Kieser, treasurer gl Anne Apostolos, vice president.
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SOPI-IOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
VI. Humiltun. president: Dorothy Christopherson. vice presi- Hub Timmons, presidentg Eileen Cliristnphmsnn, vice presi-
dentg Iirlice Wfolscth, sefrn-tawy.
dentg -Ioan Cherney, secretary.
LOW SENIOR OFFICERS
Don MacKenzie, presidentg I.0is Richter, vice presidentg
Frank Rowe, treasu
HIGH SENIOR OFFICERS
Charles Dorsett, presidentg Cecelia Fernandez, vice presidentg
Doris Kieser, secretnryg Martha Smith, treasurer.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
W. Mehl, presiclentg L. Kortwright, vice presidentg J. An-
rer. dersnn, secretary.
MRS, POLLY MOSBY
STUDENT COUNCIL, FALL '44
Bark 1'ou'.' J. Kamcna, D. Straub, W. Bacon. J. Finley, C. Dorsctt. Frou! row: B. Greenberg
B. Hons, Mrs. Mosby, B. Barham. A. Cementina.
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STUDENT ASSEMBLY, FALL 'H
l:l'071I rozix' R. Meyer, XV. Dare, 1. Browne, B. MacGurn, R. Wfillianmson, I. Monroe, A. Clayton,
Sturges, K. Parker. Row 2: B. Johnston, E. Brennan, R. Kamena, E, Rosenthal, K. Peterson,
B. Hons, B. Barham, G. Smith, D. Payne. Row 3: K. Peterson, M. Smith, B. Keller, ,I. Loustan,
Mrs. P. Mosby, D. Atwood, S. Sosnick, R. Fredricksen. Raw 4: J. Samuelson, B. Mnhns, B. Gross,
j. LaFleur, L. Richter, M. Simmons, M. Millisich, T. Kristin, T. Chase. Burk raw: E. Mitoff,
B. Richards, N. Yerby, C. Fernandez. P. Morris, E. Wolseth, S. Fredericksnn, l. Cherney.
STUDENT COUNCIL, SPRING '45
Burk l'l'll',' Dun Man-Kcnzie, Rffu' 2: F. Taylor, R. Ballict, C. Dumctt, R. Timmons, I. Ham-
ilton. Ffllllf mir: W. Mehl. Cranfield. D. Kieserj I.. Cfmcker, CI. McGuire, j. Gallixdorter
GU EHNINE IIUUNIIIL5, 1945
Ifrmzi muy' B. MuGurn, D. MacKenzie, D. Marshall, O. VanSkike. Run' 2: W. Lfaybee, B.
Kelley, L. Stromberg, K. Turnley, S. Sosnick, A. Mishne, A. Clayton, M. Conover. Rau' 5:
C. Cordes, R. Kamena, CQ. Wood, B. Balliet, B. Brennen, S. Shensen, R. Frcdrickson, K. Peterson,
F, Washburn. Raw Ai: M. Smith. J. LaFleur, B. Wittrich, L. Richter, N. Eichenbaum, B. Moore,
M. Shank, R. Rebock. Back row: j. Cherney, B. Cherney, j. Vandyke, E. Mitoff, U. Mack, E
Wolseth, j. Gamble, M. Hart, j. Monroe.
ELVIRA GRANFIELD FREDERICK IACKSON
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NINETEE FIJHTY PU
After four full years of work and play, Lincoln
seniors extended a last farewell to the congenial school
that has provided them with so many friends and hap-
ln the fall of 1941, one hundred and five students
from surrounding grammar schools began their in-
tensive study. One year later, fifty more entered Lin-
coln from Aptos and other junior high schools. Dur-
H EL 55 HISTIJHY
ing the ensuing years, several dropped out, a few more
entered, and finally one hundred and thirty-eight grief-
stricken students left the old familiar halls of Lincoln,
never more to roam.
During the four years of their sojourn they joined
clubs, honor societies, and service groups, adding
to their increasing knowledge and experience, and
working in cooperation for one main purpose, to make
MEMUHIE5 UF H PPY ll YS
Lincoln a more pleasant, orderly, and smoothly work-
ing unit. They learned to type, were trained in the
rudiments of shop work, learned how to wear their
clothesg learned to study, and learned to dance. Lin-
colnites took part in intramural and interscholastic ac-
tivities such as debates and athletic contestsg all con-
tributed to the exuberance and pep which set Lin-
coln aside as THE school to go to and enjoy oneself
whether studying or playing.
Bright sunlight, foggy days, laughing voices, and
high spirits tell the story of their First three years at
Lincoln. The senior year filled to the brim with fun
and gaiety will always be remembered best as the term
when they were benevolent, yet glorious, seniors.
CLASS LIP F
CONRAD ABBETT . . . called "Connie" . . .
never does anything . . . ambition-??? . . . fu-
ture U.S.N. officer . . . EDMUND ALLISON
. . . "Lee" . . . likes girls . . . hates home-
work . . . collects records . . . future C.O.P,
in Navy . . . ARTHUR ANDERSON . . .
Larry hates history, R.O., and physics . . . fu-
ture chemical engineer . . . hobby-girls and
art . . . JACK ANDERSON . . . blond and
good looking . . . one of the better boys . . .
ambition??? . . . future-U.S.A .... MARY-
AN ATKINSON . . . nickname-"Bag" . . .
green-eyed brunette . . . hates "hollys" . . .
likes Keith . . . future-Mrs. Stein the 2nd
. . . MARGARET BAND . . . "Maggie" goes
for big, handsome men . . . hates journalism
. . . likes homework . . . future-who knows?
. . . BEVERLY BARHAM . . . "Bevra Lee"
was S.B. secretary . . . likes Frog . . . hates one
night at Larkspur . . . future-raising polly-
wogs . . . BARBARA BIFFIN . . . Bobbie
likes Bill and swimming . . . ambition-man
riage . . . future-loving wife . . . ERNEST
BOEGERSHAUSEN . . . "Bogie" for short . . .
also "Dimples" . . . likes chocolate cake, food
. . . ambition-business man or Air Corps . . .
SHIRLEY BRADLEY . . . likes Navy . . .
hobby-tennis and music . . . called "Queenie"
. . . black hair, brown eyes . . . VIVIAN
BRIZEE . . . H-12 vice-prexy . . . lovely
blond hair . . . called Mabel . . . never a dull
moment . . . likes the "Do Drop In's" . . .
BARBARA BROWN . . . nickname Bobbie
. , . likes Bob and Fran and the "unholy five"
. . . future-model . . . JOHN BURNS . . .
hazel-eyed blond and he likes hot fudge sun-
daes . . . hates all girls OJ . . . hobby-bowl-
ing . . . NORMA BUSSE . . . "I don't care"
. . . big riot . . . always laughing . . . likes
to loaf . . . never in class . . . future-Beatrice
Jane Putnam graduated with the class of fall ZH. She was a member of the C.S.F. and G.S.S.g
jane was given the Balistreri Award for an outstanding student.
I. CONRAD ABBOTT
ARTHUR LAWLRENYCE ANDERSON
IACK MADISON ANDERSON
MARGARET LOUISE BAND
BARBARA MARIAN BIFFIN
ERNEST G. BOEGERSHAUSEN. IR,
SHIRLEY GENE BRADLEY
BARBARA LEE BROXXIN
NORMA VIRGINIA BUSSE
"I Don't Care"
NOR MAN XV. BUSSE
XVILLIAM THOMAS CARTER
MARILYN ANNE CASTILLO
HAROLD VINCENT CHENEY. IR,
DONALD FRANK CIUM MINGS
MARILYN ANN LUNNINGHAM
BONNIE EULA CQUSHMAN
BETTY LOUISE DAUPHIN
BEVERLY IEANNE DEICHLER
ROBERT T. DESMOND
IOI-IN I.AWRENt.E DOLAN
GLORIA BEVEIHLY DUKELOW
HERBERT ALAN EDELSTEIN
NORMAN BUSSE . . . Block "L" . . , MARILYN CUNNINGHAM . . . red hair . . .
woman hater . . . future Monty Wlooley hates all B.T.O.'s . . , ambition-to finish
. . . soon finishes frosh year at Stanford . . . high school . . . BONNIE CUSHMAN . . .
ambitioniAnnap0lis . . . DOROTHEA CAR- brown-eyed Einstein . . . "Crash" likes smart
NEY . . . blue-eyed brunette . . . always with people and any kind ot homework . . . hobby
"El" . . . likes Clayton . . . hates journalism fgetting "A's" . . . BETTY DAUPI-IIN . . .
. . . ambition-"to vote for Stein in '49" . . . likes dancing and eating . . . hobby-homework
XVILLIAM CARTER . . . "Frog" . . . pe- . . , BEVERLY DEICHLER . . . blue eyes and
rennial river-rat . . . will never forget Larkspur brown hair . . . called "Dikey" . . . editor of
. . . likes Bev . . . one of Miss Stein's boys Lincoln Log . , . ambition-to be an old maid
. . . MARILYN CASTILLO . . . hates rowdies . . . ROBERT DESMOND . . ,Bob hates work
at rallies . , . green eyes . . . "tfassie" hates of any kind , . . adores baseball, swimming,
work . . . future-'work . . . hobby-menvof boxing. . . future+Army Air Corps . . . JOHN
rizing poems . . . WILLIAM KQHATY . . . DOLAN . . . jack dislikes all girls except
Bill likes Bobby and the Navy . . . does not "Swann" . . . blue eyes, black hair . . . hob-
go for peroxides . . . ambition-to graduate by-tomposing songs . . , ambition--home in
. . . HAROLD CHENEY . . . Bud likes jenn the mountains . . . GLORIA DUKELOXV . . ,
and radios . . . hates homework and tall girls "Glo" really glows when swimming and danc-
. . . future-radio technician in the Navy . . . ing . . . future-loving housewife or office
DONALD CQUMMINGS . . . blond, blue eyes work . . . HERBERT EDEI.STEIN , . . Herb
. . . likes parties . . , hobby-football . . . goes for brunettes, and the "hoots."
Dwight Straub was one of Lincoln's outstanding students. During his senior year, he was
Colonel of R.O.'I'.II and also Student tfourt judge.
RALPH IOSEPH EICHENBAUM
CARRIE LEE CAMERON FERGUSON
IAMES EVERETT FINLEY, IR.
ROBERT L. FISHER
XVILLIAM TOHN FITZGERALD
MARGERY B. FREED
CHARLES LEONARD GRANT
BETTY ADELE GRAYWOOD
ROY HENRY GREEN, ,lR.
ELIZABETH SUE GULLEY
PETER A. HAINES
BERYL KAY HAUGHY
CLASS UF FALL ....
RALPH EICHENBAUM . . . called "Ike" . . .
great "hunk of man" . . . likes Marge . . . hob-
by-Marge . . . ambitionsprofessional bum. ..
CARRIE LEE FERGUSON . . . beautiful blond
hair . . . shy, but fun . . . plays piano and
swims . . . future-Paderewski . . . JAMES
FINLEY . . . dislikes all girls but one . . .
jim was treasurer of the student body . . . one
of Mrs. Easton's boys . . . ROBERT FISHER
. . . brown eyes . . . Bob hates Cal history . . .
intends to be Commander-in-Chief of R.O.T.C.
. . . WILLIAM FITZGERALD . . . "Fitz"
has brown eyes, hair . . . likes getting A's in
physics , . . future-you tell him . . .MARG-
ERY FREED . . . "Shorty" likes everything
nice . . . hates heels with bobby sox , . .future
-State . . . ambition-to develop an ambition
. . . JAMES FRIED . . . tall, handsome . . .
likes R.O.T.C .... future-General of China
. , . ambitionvyou got us . . . CHARLES
GRANT . . . S.B. president . . . likes "foot-
Bev Deichler holds :r pretty smile for the lx
Log in her high senior year. ,
ball players" . . . thinks that he is 6 ft. 2 in.
. . . hates econ . . . ambition-to please Mr.
White . . , BETTY GRAYWOOD . . . called
"Bet" . . . green eyes, blonde hair . . . likes
civics and horses . . . future+Cal or State . . .
ROY GREEN . . . "Greenie" goes for violin
concerts, chewing gum . . . ambition-fire
prevention engineer . . . future-Army . . .
NORRIS GREGORY . . . goes for zoot suits,
peroxides . . . "Greg" likes the "River" and
girls . . . ambition-pharmacy and the Navy
. . . BETTY GULLEY . . . blonde . . , hates
other blondes . . . called "Gulley" fwonder
why?J . . . 5 ft. 5 in .... future-college and
Ted . . . PETER HAINES . . . Brooklyn boy
. . . eyes-oh, so dreamy! . . . hair, wavy
. . . tree that grew in Brooklyn was in his yard
, . . ambition-Air Corps . . . BERYL
HAUGHY . . . can't stand bangs . . . likes
dancing . . . hazel eyes . . . future-loving
wife of her marine.
irdie. Bev was a very capable editor of the Lincoln
STANLEY GORDON HENRY
BARBARA ANNE HONS
FRANCES PEGGY HOWEI.I.
RONALD EDWIN IMHAUS
BARBARA EVELYN isAAc,soN
RUTH MA'I'l-IILDA IAC ,KS
DAVID EINAR IOHANSON
lOl-IN GEORGE KAMENA
CARLOS EDMEJNP KAUFELDT
RAY HENRY KING
XVILLIAM ROBERT KNILI,
LOUISE ANNE KRUDOPP
ELINOR HAYDEN . . . hates peroxides . . . --dancer . . . DAVID JOHANSON . . . Dave
secretary . . . ambition-to graduate . . . STAN- has blue eyes, blond hair . . . likes girls and
LEY HENRY . . .Cw0w!j. . .good-looking, M.D .... ambition-radioman . . . futuref
has everything . . . ambitioneadmiral . . . fu- Nggy'y , , , JOHN KAMENA , , , 1-1.13 P1-Cxy
lUfU'N3VY - - - ELSWORTH HOEFT - - - . . . very mathematically inclined , . . helps
nickname "Hoefty". . .green eyes, brown hair, with PVAI system b h - future,--Unde Sam"
. . . has no likes, dislikes or hobbies . . . future gm him U l w likes PM I . -CARLOS KAUF-
sUncle Sam . . . BARBARA HONS . . .Bob-
bie was treasurer of Soph. class, vice-prexy of
ELDT . . . now with Uncle Sam . . . dark,
J I d , f Q B G S S good-looking . . . hates homework . . .futurem
r. c ass, an vice-prexy 0 .. ., ..... .
headed for C.O.P. . .FRANCES HOWELL . . .
nickname "Mag" or Peggy . . . likes food in
"He's in the Army Now" . . RAY KING . . .
singing . . . ambition-singer . . . future-laxxw
yer uf Met. opera singer , . . WILLIAM KNILI,
general . . .hates hollys . . . futurefunclecidecl l V I Bm likes gum and the Wrong seat in reg
- - - RONALD IMHAUS ' - ' Ulfnfulcn is . . . hates school and E.l-I .... ambition!
one nf the better boys . . . worked nn the Lin- muncymakcf I A . SIEGFRIED KNQP , 1 ,
mln Log ' - - 21mblfl0U-4'F - - - fufufeflmf' "Pierre" likes girl in France . . . ambition-
tender . . , BARBARA ISAACSON . . . "Izzy" commercial artist . . . futureg' 'Board 81" . .
. . . futureALone Mountain . . . amhition-s0- LOUISE KRUDOPP . . . likes convertibles . . .
cial worker . . . RUTH .IACKS . . . hates fresh future-finding a "nn homework" college . . .
boys . . . likes brunettes . . . wonderful dancer KATHRYN KRULL . . . Kay dislikes work
. . . in variety show . . . future and ambition . . . futurefOregonian.
Unforgettable Dorothy Thomson participated in many activities at Lincoln. She Wrote
Abe's Almanac and several other features for the "Log,"
PAGE TWE NTY-NIN E
CLASS UF Fil
CHARLES LANE . . . "Bagpipe Midge" . . . is inseparable from Dot . . . goes for hollys,
hates Lowell heartily . . . likes the hoots . . . zoot suits . . . loves journalism . . . future-
ambition-piping the "97th" over the top . . . Cal or Oregon . . . JANICE MARLOWE . . .
BOYD LANG . . . dislikes English . . . hobby "Red" goes for gym and Churchill . . . future-
-photography . . . blue eyes, curly blond hair librarian . . . hobby-getting A's . . . ambition
. . . future-pilot . . . LAURETTE LAW- -Communist . . . CHARLES MARTIN . . .
RENCE . . . blue eyes, light brown hair . . . hazel eyes . . . goes for girls, school, and read-
likes working at the P.C. . . future-work, ing books . . . future-Army general . . .
work, and more work . . . MARTHA LEE . . DOROTHY MARTIN . . . Dottie dislikes Ken
ambition-tickling the ivorie's over radio . . . MCN . . . hobby-making friends . . .future-
likes Mr. Schmidt and physics . . . future-IC. dental technician , . . LORRAINE MCBRIDE
and marriage . . . ROY LEVY . . .brown eyes , . . dental nurse is "I.orry's" future . . . hates
and hair . . . likes girls, good times . . .ambition gas rationing . . . goes for men-any type . . .
-electronic engineer . . , future-Cal . . . ROSEMARY MCDONOUGH . . . Rose likes
WINIFRED LOWY . , . "Winnie" likes dancing, shows, etc .... dislikes bleached
French-fries, fudge sundaes . . . future-undo hair - - - fufllre-M3riUC'S wife - - - DON-
cided . . . brown eyes and hair . . . ambition ALD MCKELVEY . . . "Mac" likes girls fei-
-just to graduate . . . DOROTHY LUND ther Lorraine or Jeanj . . . ambition-ily a
. . . Dot plus Jim equals marriage . . . hates kite . . . future-Army Air Corps . . .GEORGE
zoot suits, hollys, and physiology . . . hobby- MCLAUGHLIN . . . called Bud . . . likes play-
phonograph , , ,ELINOR ,NIACKIE , , , -'Er' ing pedro with the Rah . .. . dislikes Mem.
Looking and sitting right pretty is Bobbie Melbin, graduate of fall term, was one of the
famous singing trio of Barham, Glover and Melbin.
BOYD RICHARD LANG
LAURETTE MARIE LAXVRENCE
MARTHA ELIZABETH LEE
ROY I. LEVY
XWINIFRED RUTH LOWY
DOROTHY BARBARA LUND
ELINOR LOLIISE MACQKIE
IANICE MARLOWE .
CHARLES RAY MARTIN
DOROTHY EDITH MARTIN
LORRAINE IEAN INICBRIDE
ROSEMARY AINLNE MCDONOUGH
DONALD H. MCKELVEY
GEORGE FRANEI3 -McLAUGHLlN
KENNETH M. MCNEI LL
BOBBY KRISTIN MELBIN
BARBARA GRACE MILLER
DONALD GRANT MINICK
WALTER BURLING MINKEL
AUDREY CLAIRE MORRICE
WILLIAM ROEIERT MUNDT
SHIRLEY ARDELL NADLER
CARROLL FRANCES NAGEL
KENNETH THOMAS PARKER
ROBERT NOEL PARNCJW
FRANCES CLARESE PETAN
DOROTHY MARIE PHILLIPS
HELEN ELAINE PINOUIE
E FUHTY FUUH
KENNETH MCNEILL. . .goes for any study eyes, brown hair . . . future-marriage . .
hall . . . dislikes Lowell and D.M .... future CARROLL NAGEL . , . likes F.P.'s jokes . . .
-up to local board . . . BOBBY MELBIN dislikes a certain teacher . . . hobby-stamps
. . . Mel was a songster during football season, . . . future-working girl . . . JUDITH NA-
participated in rallies . . . likes the "Do Drop THANSON . . . Judy goes for all kinds of
In's," modeling and football players . . . fu- candy . . . hobby-no time . . . ambition and
ture- U.S.C .... BARBARA MILLER . . . future-ballet dancer . . . KENNETH PARK-
likcs H-12 gym and those books . . . hobby- ER . . . likes only one girl . . . dislikes Sinatra,
scrapbook for friends overseas . . . future-low zoots and bleaches . . . future-engineer . . .
ing wife to Bob . . . GRANT MINICK . . . ROBERT PARNOW...hates Spanish, English,
called "Minski" . . . likes jean and the "Gung- . . . hobby-fixing autos . . . ambition-no
Ho Raiders" . . . :imbitionAto be a million- counting . . . future-draft board K.A. . . .
aire . . . WALTER MINKEL . . . likes blondes, FRANCES PETAN . . . "Fran" . . . green
brunettes, redheads . . . hobby-radio . . . eyes . . . likes sports, etc .... ambition-lab
Uncle Sam's Navy next . . . AUDREY MOR- technician . . . future-work . . . DOROTHY
RICE . . . "Clarence" likes the Navy . . . PHILLIPS . . . likes double lunch periods . . .
hobby-music . . . future-,Inysee co-ed . . . blue eyes, "blonde hair" . . . hobby-having
WII.I.IAlN'I MUNDT . . . Bill likes blue con- fun . . . future-loving wife . . . HELEN PIN-
vertibles, Molly C .,., dislikes levis on fems QUIE . . . "Pinkie" likes dancing . . . hobby
. . . ambition-ministry . . . SHIRLEY NAD- -dancing, skating, tennis . . . future-nurse or
I.ER . . , dancing, skating for Nadlie . . . hazel social worker.
Elinor Mackie takes a sunbath while waiting for her picture to he taken. Elinor graduated
as Treasurer of Fall Class '44, she was also on the Log staff.
MARTHA l. PLANT
PAUL VINCENT PRIOLO
SHIRLEY NOEL PURVIS
SALLY MARY1glHKNCES RAGAN
LOUIS H. REIMERS. lR.
' XWILLIAM ALBERT RUBKE
BERNICE VIOLET SAMUELSON
IOHN M. H. SCHIEFER
ROBERT H. SCHNEIDER
FREDERICK R. SCHROEDER
LAWRENCE DAVID SMITH
. JAMES FRANCIS STEIL
CLASS UF FALL ....
MARTHA PLANT . . . "Marty" likes a blond . . . dark blonde, brown eyes . . . likes swim- l
sailor . . . dislikes boys who act grown up . . . ming and dancing . . . ambition and future-
futurehprivate secretary . . . PAUL PRIOLO rural nurse . . . ROBERT SCHACHT . . . fu-
. . . likes girls . . . dislikes necktiesi. . .hob- tureiNavy . . . dislikes short girls, too much
by-more girls . . . nickname-"Missing Link" perfume . . . goes for the "River" . . . ambition
. . . future-replacing Miss Stein . . . SHIR- -mechanical engineeer . . . JOHN SCHIEF-
LEY PURVIS . . . "Chinkey" likes Jack . . . ER . . . blonde, brown eyes . . . called "Schief" '
hobby-knicknacks . . . ambition-nurse . . . . . . hobby-stamps and birds . . . future-
futurwcadet nurse . . . JANE PUTNAM . . . bouncer . . . ROBERT SCHNEIDER . . . Bob
called Janie . . . dislikes Mr. Schmidt's mid- likes fishing, hunting and fixing his car . . .
terms . . . ambition-to pass English A . . . hobby-antique guns . . . future-electrical en-
future-Cal co-ed . . . SALLY RAGAN . . . gineer . . . LAWRENCE SMITH . . . radio
brown eyes, hair . . . small . . . hobby-collecb technician for future . . . hobby-'radios . . .
ing souvenirs . . . dislikes "know it all's" . . . future fimmediatej Uncle Sam . . . FRANCIS
futurwR.N .... LOUIS REIMERS . . . "Buz" STEIL . . . likes Bobby . . . dislikes j.D. home
likes science, roast beef . . . hobby-photogrzr . . . hobby-being with B.B .... future-Mr
phy . . . ambition-to be a scientist . . . AL- Bobby Brown . . . ambition-to be Chief of
BERT RUBKE . . . hates "girls in levis," mid- Police . . . HAROLD STONE . . . called Hal
terms . . . hobby-music and stamps . . . ambi- or Rick . . . likes Alyce and the "River" . . .
tion-teacher . . . BERNICE SAMUELSON dislikes 4-F's . . . future-Navy Air Corps. i
Here is good natured Norma Busse, who is always laughing. Lincoln's "I don't care" girl
was active in everything including rallies and office work.
PAGE THIRTY-TWO N
ARTHUR ALVIN STRANTON
DWIGHT G. STRAUB
DORIS LAVAUGHN STROM
i lD0flSl Y
MILDRED ESTHER SWANSON
ANDREW VOLENTE TAGLIAFICO
ROBERT BARNIETT TAYLOR
GORDON CHARLES 'THOMAS
DOROTHY CIAROLYN THOMSON
RICHARD RITER TOLLESON
DONNA LOU TRITTSCHUH
rroruzwczrs M. vocisr
VERNON VON HERRMANN
VIRGINIA I. WALKINSHAW
RAYMOND BARRTON WATERBURY
RICHARD E. WILLETT
' 'Dick' '
PHYLLIS HELEN WOOD
ARTHUR STRANTON . . . dislikes econ . . . . . . ambition-to be a loving husband . . .
future-silly question . . . DWIGHT STRAUB DONNA TRITTSCHUH . . . likes Latin and
. . . "Hogan" . . . Student Body Judge . . . ping-pong . . . ambition4"Ph.D." at end of
hobby-reforming school system . . . ambition name . . . future-Cal . . . ROBERT URBAIS
-dictator ot' China . . . future-Army general - . . "Urb" likes Miss Schmidt . . . hobby-
. . . DORIS STROM . . . likes dancing . . . more girls and young teachers . . . future-
brown eyes, hair . . . ambition-lab technician Navy . . . ambition-street cleaner . . .FLO-
. . . future-Cal . . . MILDRED SWANSON RENCE VOGEL . . . "Flo" or "Birdie" likes
. . . "Swann" likes jack . . . blue eyes, blonde kidding OJ . . . hates history . . . future and
hair . . . future-archeologist . . .ANDREW 'ambition-housewife . . . VERNON VON
TAGLIAFICO . . . "Tag" likes all sports . . . HERMANN . . . six-footer "Rex von Hoff"
hobby-model aeronautics . . . ambition-aero . . . likes going out with the boys . . . full of
research . . . ROBERT TAYLOR . . . Marines witty remarks . . . future-Navy . . .VIRGIN-
for Bob, then commercial artist . . . dislikes IA WALKINSHAW . . . "Ginnie" likes a
fast parties, an altogether likeable guy . . . certain fellow overseas . . . hobby-designing,
GORDON THOMAS . . . "Gordo" likes girls sewing . . . tutureAhousewife . . .RAYMOND
. . . hobby-girls, modeling . . . future-Navy WATERBURY . . . one of W.P.'s boys . . .
radar . . . DOROTHY THOMSON . . . likes hates graduating . . . future and ambition-not
plaid stationery . . . called "Dorn fshe doesn't to be SO lazy . . . RICHARD WILLETT . . .
look like onej . . . hates physics . . .ambition likes - ??? . . . ambition and future-Navy
-Ofegom - - DICK TOLLESON Y Y - "Tolly" . . . PHYLLIS woon . . . "Phyl" dislikes
. . . hobby-girls, art . . . future-4-F or Navy "Big Time Operators."
Stan Weeks, now serving in the U.S.N., graduates with Spring '45 Senior class. Stan was
very active on the football team of 1943.
1945 CLASS HISTUHY ....
On june 21, the spring class of 1945 marked its
Hnal milestone in the four eventful years spent at
As the last hour approached, the mind of every
graduating student was filled with thoughts of each
successful year. As memories pass in review, each
perhaps, recalled the first day he stood on the thresh-
old of this great "hall of learning," wondering on
which path the next four years would lead him. He
may have remembered his first day at Lincoln when
the classes, the teachers, and the students were all a
new experience, or the embarrassing moment when he
fell for the "swimming pool gag," and woke up to the
fact that a swimming pool is only a post-war dream.
He may remember the dances-the afterrschool dances
in the cafeteria, and the Low Senior Brawl that the
Mi UHIE5 UF
class sponsored. Or probably he is looking back to
the High Senior Prom, given june 15 at the Scottish
Rite Auditorium. If he were on a senior committee he
would recall the work and trouble that were necessary
to make the dance a success. The picnic at Sigmund
Stern and the Senior Breakfast were both part of the
well-planned class activities, and linally graduation
aa un has -'iw www r Q Wim ?"'l'2?f3f
Q sw- """
-rn is I..4.!'xlws,.iL-ff" 'nm
H PPY D YS
from George Washington auditorium. But these events
are now in the past. Again the path lies aheadg the
trodden, memory-laden road, behind. And as we, the
spring class of 1945 pass down the aisle into the world
beyond, our sincere hope is that we may reflect credit
on our school in appreciation of four wonderful years.
PAGE THIRTY I IN 1:
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DONALD CHARLES ALBER
.IUNE ROSE ALBERIGI
IOYCE EDITH ALMLIE
ANN AUDREY ANDERSON
EDWARD MICHAEL ANDERSON
ANNE ANITA APOSTOLOS
BEVERLY RAE ARNOLD
BARBARA ANNETTE BAGOT
ROBERT TEE BALLIET
BARBARA KATHRYN BALSER
ROBERT HARPER BARR
' 'Bob ' '
CLAIRE MAR IORIE BATCIHELDER
Doius IEANNSE oarcniaioiaa
MARILYN IUNE BECKER
SALLYANNE FQRRENCE BEIRNE
.. a V..
CLASS UF SSPHI ....
DON ALBER . . . activities were P. A. sys- shows . . , BARBARA BAGOT . . . Bobbie N
tem and reel winder . . . likes money . . . was in the G.A.A .... likes Galileo men . . .
dislikes English A . . . brown eyes . . . JUNE hates B, T, 0,'5 , , , BOB BALLIET , , ,
AI-BERIGI - - - June Wants rn live in 3 student judge, junior class president . . .would
country with plenty of sunshine . . . dislikes likg fo be an engineer , , , BARBARA BALSER
going to school . . . JOYCE ALMLIE . . . . . . "Baba" worked in the library . . . wants
called "Peewee" . . . frosh secretary . . . to be a professional ice skater or dancer . . .
likes to dance . . . dislikes Roni and Corinne likes an officer in the Army . . . ROBERT
. . . AUDREY ANDERSON . . . "Aud" was BARR . . . Bob's ambition is to be a clown . . .
on the Log staff . . . likes people who listen likes ice cream and Lincoln . . . dislikes
to her babble all day . . . no dislikes . . . Physics and Sinatra . . . DORIS BATCHELDER
ED ANDERSON . . . varsity basketball . . . . . . likes horse back riding and Mel . . .
ambition to graduate . . . dislikes R. B .... dislikes strawberry ice cream, hollys . . . am-
ANNE APOSTOLOS . . . Annie was art bition - ? . . . future-teacher . . . MARILYN
editor of the Journal . . . green eyes, auburn BECKER . . . "Mem" likes PeeKays, Aladdin's
hair . . . likes Ray . . . BEVERLY ARNOLD Lamp, her family, S. D., and H. I .... dis-
. . . blonde Bev likes the Navy . . . dislikes likes being a war widow . . . future San jose
getting up in the morning and chemistfy . . . State and Mrs. ? . . . SALLYANNE BEIRNE
wants to go to college . . . ESTELA AZA . , . . . . active in journalism and drama . . , likes
to be an ice skating champion is "Estelita's" names beginning with "D" . . . dislikes
ambition . . . likes food, ice skating and big guns.
Student Body Judge Bob Balliet shows his hot "A" to Helen Tanner. Bob also participated
in boxing, while Helen was circulation editor of the Roundup.
PAGE THIRTY-SIX ' ' ' '
IOHN ALFRED BEYER
GEORGE BISHOP. IR.
DONALD GORDON BLUE
SHIRLEY LOUISE BOGNER
PHYLLIS MARYAN BOOTH
DOUGLAS HARRY BOSSHART
ROBERT O. BOYD
PETER MICHAEL BRADY, IR.
PATRICIA HOPE BRASKAMP
MARVIORIE ROBERTA BROWN
PETER FRANKLIN BROWNING
FRANK EUGENE BUCK
IOHN VINCENT BUCKLEY
IEROME A. BURMAN
EE PUHTY EI
JOHN BEYER . . . future Navy . . . blue eyes, . . . interested in aeronautics . . . likes choco-
blonde hair . . . dislikes clams and snobs late milk shakes . . . PATRICIA BRASKAMP
. . . GEORGE BISHOP . . . Block "L" mem- . . . Patty would like to be a model . . . likes
ber . . . called "Bish" . . . likes sports and the men over six feet tall . . . dislikes cliques . . .
hoots . . . dislikes slacks on girls . . . Hazel RODERICK BRENNAN . . . active in football
gyes , , , DQNALD BLUE . , , "G0rdg"1ikg5 . . . would like to loaf for life . . . likes
johnny Mercer and brunettes . . . dislikes R- C- 5- H- G ---- IRENE BRISLAWN - - -
getting haircuts . . . ambition Navy wings . . . NSY I0 P1ei15e"likCS mefhankill Clflwing - - -
SHIRLEY BOGNER . . . lovely blonde hair dislikes nothing - - - plans to so in Sfiinfnfd
. . . wants to be Mrs. "B" . . . likes Kevin . . . MARJORIE BROWN . . . Marge likes
and her little brother , . . dislikes anyone zoos, broad shoulders . . . dislikes getting up
against Kev . . . PHYLLIS BOOTH . . . on in the morning . . . ambition-maybe college
Lincoln Log staff . . . "Bonnie" wants to be - - - PETE BROWNING . - . Called "Pedro"
a flyer . . . likes a "Guy named joe" . . . activities were picking on teachers . . . am-
dislikes Sybil and Bill . . . DOUGLAS BOSS- bition Sinatra's good looks . . . likes smooth
HART . . . Doug would like to go to college ones . . . dislikes squiddy women . . . hair--
some day . . . likes food and money . . . short . . . EUGENE BUCK . . . Gene was
ROBERT BOYD . . . Bob wants to get in the an R. O. officer . . . likes anything with blonde
Merchant Marine . . . likes physics . . . dis- hair and Union St. No. 102 . . . dislikes
likes manual labor . . . blue eyes . . . PETER slitzies . . . ambition army . . . JOHN
BRADY . . . took part in soccer and track BUCKLEY . . . activity R. O. T. C. . . .
Cis Granfleld, the girl with the personality plus, had a successful term in office as Vite-
President of Student Body. Smiling Ray Stewart was a member of the Block and Hi-Y.
CLASS UF SP
likes fishing and hunting . . . dislikes jazz . . . dislikes B. T.'O.'s, hollies . . . CAMILLE
bands . . . JEROME BURMAN . . . hazel CHRISTENSEN . . . "Chris" would like to
eyes and brown hair . . . Jerry likes photography be a doctor's assistant . . . likes to have a
. . . dislikes sauerkraut . . . MARGY BUS- good time . . . GLORIA CLARK . . . blue
TERNA . . . active in C. S. F., G. A. A., eyes, brown hair . . . ambition, secretary . . .
Block "L" . . . Wants to be a coed . . . likes likes to swim . . . ELMER CLOW . . . called
red converts, A. A. C., dancing . . . dislikes Elbow . . . activities baseball, basketball, foot-
long haired males and levis. ball, Lincoln Log, and Block "L" . . . desires
DOLORES BYRNE . . . Dodie would like to to be a millionaire . . . likes '37 Dodge coupe
be a pilot . . . brown eyes and hair . . . dis- . . . dislikes Mr. Dee . . . ROBERT COURT-
likes Harry James, and hollies . . . COLEEN ING . . . known as "Pancho" . . . R. O.
CALVERT . . . blue eyes, blond hair . . . officer, soph. class pres .... ambition to be
future teacher, wife . . . Corky likes French, a lover . . . likes Lincoln coeds . . . dislikes
french-fries, food, food, Bob, food . . . PAUL bossy women . . . BERNARD CRIMMINS
CHAPMAN . . . "Phil" played soccer and . . . activities were swimming, boxing . . .
was pres. of his reg .... a future surgeon ambition, Navy . . . likes swimming, bowling,
. . .likes Model "A's", Lorraine, senior proms. girls . . . PHILIP CRIMMINS . . . "Phil"
sun . f . dislikes girls with slitzies . . . likes gas and Model "A's" . . . activities,
BARBARA CHRISTENSEN . . . "Chris" was boxing . . . ambition, U. S. M. C. . . . BAR-
active in journalism and Senior Picnic . . . BARA CRONEY . . . Bobbie would like lo
likes Navy, Russian River, rooting at games get married . . . can see Navy . . . MORTY
Elmer Clow is relaxing after a hard term playing baseball and basketball. At his side is
witty Pat Davis, Associate editor of the Round-up.
MARY DOLORES BYRNE
COLEEN MARGARET CALVERT
PAUL BRUNSKTEQD CHAPMAN
BARBARA ANN CQHRISTENSEN
GLORIA MAE CLARK
ELMER EDMUND CLOW
ROBERT MACK COURTING
BERNARD WILLIAM CRIMMINS
PHILIP HENRY CRIMMINS
BARBARA MAE CRONEY
' 'Bobbie' ' '
IAMES MORTIMER KQULVERWELL
FRANK REYNOLDS DAVIS, IR.
PATRICIA IIANE DAVIS
SUZANNE MAY DEBLEY
MARY LOUISE DE BOER
SHIRLEY NADENE DE CURTONI
DONALD DE MELLO
ROBERT LOUIS DI PIETRO
I HARLES BARCLAY DORSETT
MARY MARGARET DOUGLAS
IIERNADETTE CLAIRE DOWD
RILHARD GEORGE DROLETTE
SHIRLEY BARBARA DROUBIE
ROBERT RAYMEJND DURKIN
ROSEMARY RITA ELMS
IOHN PETER ERICZKSON
H. RAYMOND FABER
CULVERWELL . . . likes Barbara and ice
cream . . . dislikes peeled nail polish .
. . . active on varsity football, Log and
pated in tennis and orchestra . . . likes science,
trical engineer . . . PATRICIA DAVIS . . .
Pat was on the Round-up staff and V. E. Day
script . . . likes Ted in me A. A. F. . . .
dislikes MacPhee and onions . . . SUZANNE
DEBLEY . . . "Suzie" wants to get in the
Cadet Nurse Corps . . . likes celery . . . dis-
likes levis . . . hazel eyes . . . MARY LOU
DE BOER . . . member of G. S. S .... plans
to go to U. CI .... likes school.
SHIRLEY DE CURTONI . . . likes men . . .
blue eyes, blonde hair...Camera Club fan...
ambition lab technician . . . DON DeMELLO
. . . "O'Hule" was active in football and box-
DEAN DAVENPORT . . . called "Davey""
journal staffs, likes the hoots . . . dislikegfvg,
"Spiders" . . . FRANK DAVIS . . . particle"
music, math, tennis . . . hopes to be an elec-gt,
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ing. . . . likes eveiyfhing . . Y: Hislikes notlfing
. . . post futufe riculjural College stu-
tieig Roaraufz gili'IETRO . . "oem"
wis very activl in fo?'Aall, baseball, basketball,
was prex-ygff SOPll.'j'8L Block "L" . . . likes
"Candy" 8: 5 .aghetti . . . dislikes Ray Faber
. . . CHMLE DORSETIS . . prexy of L12
'84 H12,'s6c. of junior class, played football.
,chqgas . . . curly brown hair f. . ambitilsn avia-
tion . . . MARY MARGARET DOUGLAS . . .
called "Dougie" . . . pres. G.A.A., active in
Tri-Y 84 C.S.F .... likes convertibles and tall
blondes . . . dislikes peanut butter . . . BER-
NADETTE DOWD . . .iealled "Bernie" . . .
interested in medicine . . . likes dancing, boogie
woogie . . . on G.S.S .... RICHARD DRO-
LETTE . . . played basketball, on Lincoln Log
staff . . . likes girls, cars and food - . . future
with Uncle Sam awhile . . . SHIRLEY DROU-
BIE . . . "Shirl" likes good times and dancing
. . . dislikes homework . . . ambition airline
Hard-working Lorraine Miramontes, business manager of the "Log," takes it easy for .i
moment. Don Goodenough, sports editor of the "Log," follows her example.
CECELIA RITA FERNANDEZ
BARBARA ANN FORD
PATRICIA MARY FRANCIS
MARVIN EDX2CfENdFREEMAN. IR.
WALTER RICHARD FROMMEL
KENNETH IIESSE FRYER
ROSEMARY HELEN1 'IRENE GALVAN
DONALD ROIRIE ENOUGH
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stewardess . . . ROBERT DURKIN . . . on likes Rio . . . DONALTJ S OM . .
Rifle Team of R.O.T.C. . likes girls in pur- "Fish" was active in trac , fpgt l . . ' -
ple sweaters . , . dislikesihomework . . . ambi- tion Navy . . . likes a nic londe . -is- 1
tion Navy . . . KATHLEEN DOZZALIA . . . likes girls in levis . . . BA BARAAF D . . .
.'Kathy" has no certain ambition . . . likes a PATRICIA FRANCIS . . . r o Girl'ReL J
certain sailor . . . dislikes school . . . RQSE- serves . . . ambition to go t ough dental
MARY ELMS . . . sandy haired Rosie likes the lege . . . MARVIN FREEMAN . "incl"
"River" Bc cute, curly, black-haired fellas . . . wants to travel far 8: wide . . . likes, his car
dislikestonceitecl fellas . . . ambition a loving and a certain person . . . active in R O, . . .
wife . . . PETER ERICKSON . . . active on WALTER FROMMEL . . . Walt lik s fishing
Rifle Team . . . "Lief" likes Saturday nights . . . blue eyes, blonde hair . . . soon hopes to
. . . dislikes homework . . . future engineer . . . be in the U.S.C.G .,,. KENNETH FRYER
RAYMOND FABER . . . called Fearless ofthe . . . active in track and soccer . . . "Fri" likes
Skull . . . can hoot like an owl . . . likes rallies 8: brunettes . . . red hair and green eyes
women, Hemo . . . dislikes Charles Atlas . . . . . . ROSEMARY GALVAN . . . service edi-
ambition to sell vitamin pills . . . STANLEY tor of the Round-Up . . . Wants to be a wealthy
FELDMAN . . . ambition mechanical engineer hobo . . . likes dancing and swimming . . .
. . . nicknamed "Face" . . . likes levis, girls, dislikes "big time" . . . DONALD GOOD-
levis, girls, etc .... CECELIA FERNANDEZ ENOUGH . . . nicknamed "Goodie" . . .
. . . "Cec" was H12 vice prexy, journal staff sports editor of Log . . . would like to be a
. . . ambition-ha-ha . . . likes joe . . . dis- radio announcer . . . dislikes jim C., Lowell
Wonder what all-round athlete Bob DiPietro could be telling Marilyn Becker to make her
blush so? Marilyn was on the journal staff, also active in senior affairs,
PAGE F ORTY
ALAN LARRY GRIFFIN
PATRICIA ANNETTE GROSSMAN
IOAN MARGARET HANNAN
PHYLLIS DAR LEEN HANSEN
ELEANOR M. HASKINS
FREDERICK CURTIS HAVENS
BARBARA JEAN HELLER
MONROE Houvlgiaigo Hess, nz,
BARBARA VIRGINIA HOCIHEDE
' 'Hoch' '
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EE EUHTY FIVE
. . . RICHARD GORMAN . . . active in tennis
and boxing . . . would like to be a doctor . . .
NORMAN GOTELLI . . . R.O. officer . . . fu-
ture civil engineer . . . likes Pat . . . dislikes
all finals on one day . . . ELVIRA GRAN-
FIELD . . . "Cis" . . . was vice-prexy of the
student body, snapshot editor of journal . . .
likes the unholy live, jigging, eating 8-: fellas
. . . JAMES GRAY . . . Jim wants to be an
air general or a chemical tycoon . . . likes
magazines and science . . . dislikes pullovers
. . . MARGARET GRAY . . . worked on jour-
nal . . . ambition is to take 11 trip to moon . . .
likes guys and gals with a sense of humor . . .
dislikes insincere people . . . BEVERLY GREEN
. . . CQ.S.F. member . . . college bound after
grad . . . likes the river and clothes . . . BERT
GREENBERG . . . nicknamed "Clown" . . .
was editor of Log, sports ed. of journal . . .
likes blondes and smooth music 8: Cohn . . .
ALLAN GRIFFIN . . . Griff was member of
band 8: C.S.F., earned music block . . , college
or A.A.C. after graduation . . . PATRICIA
GROSSMAN . . . getting into college is Pat's
ambition . . . likes people and hates leaving
school . . . ROBERT GRUNIGEN . . . loafing
was "Grone's" activity at Lincoln . . . ambi-
tion: admiral . . . likes econ., history . . . says
"no" to math . . .JOAN HANNAN . . . arnbi-
tion is to be a fashion artist . . . likes
flyers, crew cuts . . . nicknamed "Birdie"
Pl-IYLLIS HANSEN . . . blonde and green
eyed "Phyl" likes dancing, ping-pong, and A
rertain merchant marine . . . PERRY HARD-
WICKE . . . "Slim" was active in track, swima
ming and baseball . . . likes food . . . dislikes
homework . . . JEAN HARRINGTON . . .
"Jeanie" was active on the Log staff . . . likes
to eat and dislikes noisy people . . . ELEANOR
HASKINS . . . "Ellie" was on the C. S. F.,
G. A. A., G. S. S .... likes swimming,
dancing, loahng . . . dislikes egotistical teach-
Pete Browning lends a hand to petite "Klee" Fernandez. Cec was an active member of
Journal staff, and virc-prexy of' spring class, while Pete was on the boxing team.
I3 AGE I-'URTY-ONE
ers, foggy days . . . wants to graduate from
U. C .... FREDERICK HAVENS . . . Fred
was an ofhcer in the R. O. T. C .... likes
Sat. nights . . . dislikes Iim's crowded car
. . . ambition, Navy . . . BARBARA I-IELBUSH
. . . called "Sis" . . . Block "L" and G. A. A.
member . . . likes Mike and sports with him
. . . dislikes physics . . . BARBARA HELLER
. . . Bobby likes to dance . . . dislikes home-
work . . . has hazel eyes and brown hair . . .
ALBERTA HENCNER . . . Bert would like to
be an aviatrix . . . likes Marines . . . dislikes
homework, levis and hollies . . . JAMES
HENWOOD . . . "Small-Fry" likes double
dates with Bob and Glena . . . active in R. O.
T. C .... ambition, Marine Air Corps . . .
MONROE HESS . . . very active in track,
soccer, Block "L," life member of C. S. F.,
R. O. officer, member of band, music block
. . . "Mo" likes all kinds of sports . . .
SEYMORE HIPSHMAN . . . "See" was active
Corrine McGuire and Dick Drolette arc chatt
PAULA RUTH HOFFMAN
MARION CLAIRE HOOPER
DORIS EILEEN HOPPER
GEORGIA ANN HOPPE
HORATIO BEIGELOW HUDGINS
PATRICIA IANE I-IUEY
RICHARD TAYLOR I-IUTCI-IISON
PHYLLIS MAE IRELAND
FREDERICK ENOS IACKSON
BARBARA LOUISE ,IENKS
ROBERT IUND IENSEN
IAMES ROY IOHNSTONE
CHARLES AUSTIN IONES
VICTOR ERNEST IONES
U F 5 P H I I I I I
in football . . . likes almost everything . . .
dislikes almost nothing except "Spiders" . . .
BARBARA HOCHEDE . . . red haired "Hoch"
wants to get into Stanford . . . loves Lincoln
. . . levi jackets are out . . . PAULA HOFF-
MAN . . . "Spotty" was in the G. A. A.,
Block and C. S. F .... likes dances,
gooey sundaes, and Jerry "always" . . . am-
bition, loving wife . . . MARION HOOPER
. . . member of G. S. S .... "Hoop" would
like to be a doctor . . . likes school saddles.
converts . . . DORIS HOPPER . . . "Hoppe"
was active in bowling, wants to get the most
out of life . . . dislikes stuffy people . . .
GEORGIA HOPPE . . . blonde "Georgie"
wants to be a kindergarten teacher . . . likes
Miss Stein, girls with dark hair . . . dislikes
moody people . . . HORATIO I-IUDGINS . . .
Ray wants to be a doctor . . . likes hunting,
Fishing, eating . . . dislikes English A and
homework . . . PATRICIA HUEY . . . "Hugh"
ing gaily on their off-time. Corrine was editor
of the "Log," and Dick was on the basketball team.
NINA LEE KAHN
DOLORES G. KEATING
DORIS IRENE KIESER
BARBARA IRENE KINREAD
KQELILIA L. KNIPPER
LAIRD PHILIP KOENIG
HELEN URSULA KRETZ
IOYCE VERA KULL
LEONARD CARL LANE
MARILYN XVILMA LARNEY
SHIRLEY ANN LATIE
IEANETTE MARIE LAVURENCXE
IEAN ANNE LOUDERBALK'
EE FUHTY FIVE
l was active in G. S. S. and G. A. A ,... likes lies with army transports . . . likes ships . . .
, chocolate shakes and S. I. dislikes English . . . gray eyes . . . GERALD
TAYLOR HUTCHINSON . . . Lt. Col. in JONES . . . Jerry was active in boxing . . .
R. O., on rifle team . . . Hutch wants to be likes dances and Paule . . . plans to enter the
' an architect . . . likes Sue D .... dislikes real estate business . . . CHARLES JONES
shot cars . . . GENARO INGCO . . . nick- . . . Chuck played football . . . likes the hoots,
named "Ink" . . . ambition, forestry service sports, his car . . . dislikes mean teachers . .
. . , soccer and rifle team . . . PHYLLIS IRE- ambition, not to be a bum . . . nice smile . . .
LAND . . . called "Hippie" . . . wants to be VICTOR JONES . . . track and boxing were
a Navy Nurse . . . likes swimming. dancing, Vic's activities . . . wants to be a millionaire
converts, and eating . . . FREDERICK JACK- . . . likes Irene . . . dislikes peroxides . . .
SON . . . Student Body prexy, nthcer in R. O., NINA LEE KAHN . . . "Nine" worked on
active in soccer and on title team . . . likes the Journal . . . not much ambition . . . likes
U. S. Forest Service . . . future entomologist the Armed Forces . . . dislikes Patty and Bobby
. . . BARBARA JENKS . . . played basketball . , . DOLORES KEATING . . . "Dodo" likes
. . . would like to be a physical ed teacher opera and high-brow concerts . . . dislikes
. . . likes blue jeans and white shirts . . "Boogie Wcxogie" . . . ambition is marriage
called "Jinx" . . . ROBERT JENSEN . . . and twelve Children . . . DORIS KIESER . . .
Bob would like to go to college . . . likes editor of Round-up, L12 treas., H12 sec. . .
, physics . . . dislikes Latin and peroxides . . . "Kieser" wants to graduate from U. C. . . .
JAMES JOHNSTONE . . . Min's ambition likes shows, clothes and Jerry Baldwin . . .
. Being quite chummy this afternoon are athletic Al Munn and cute Rosie Galvan. Al was
prominent in basketball and Rosie handled the Servicemen list for the Journal.
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nO dislikes . . . BARBARA KINREAD . . .
Bobbie is interested in commercial art . . . likes
almost everything . . . dislikes crowded street-
cars and gym . . , CELIA KNIPPER . . . blue
eyed Cec likes food and dislikes homework
. . . question mark to ambition . . . LAIRD
KOENIG . . . interested in advertising . . .
likes Friday at 3:10 , . . dislikes final exams
. . . HELEN KRETZ . . . likes fun, eating,
talking and sleeping . . . dislikes disorder . . .
JOYCE KULL . , . "Shorty" would like to be
a singer . . . likes pie and ice cream . . . dis-
likes Frank Sinatra . . . LEONARD LANE
. . . "Spider" was active in football and base-
ball . . . likes Mr. Andrews . . . dislikes Dean
Davenport . . . big character . . . MARILYN
LARNEY . . . called "Baby" . . . ambition
to be a Stanford coed . . . likes French, songs
. . . worked on the Log . . . SHIRLEY LATIE
, , . "Sybil ' wants io haunt a lost and found
department . . . likes a marine or fliers . . .
dislikes Phyllis and joe . . . JEANETTE
Pat Thompson, gracious president of the
IOAN RUTH MACPHEE
ISERNICE I.A VERN MANFREDO
ELIZABETH MAE MARCALLINO
CLAIRE GERTRUDE MARTIN
IRENE ELIZABETH MARTIN
DONALD BURNS MCCAXV
HAROLD XVILLIAINI MCCORIVIICK
XVILLIAM LEONARD MCCORMICK
PATRICIA MARY MCGINLEY
IOHN FRANCIS McGINTY
SHIRLEY LOU MCGUFFICK
CORINNE trials' Mrcaoraia
MARILYCIE ANN MrKEAN
PATRICIA L. McPEtQK
MOLLIE IOAN MERCER
U F S P H I I l l l
LAXVRENCE . . . "jenny" hopes to become
an artist . . , likes tailored suits . . . dislikes
English A . . . DAVID LEARY . . . Dave
was active on the Block "L" and in soccer
. . . blue eyes and brown hair . . . ambition.
Merchant Marine Cadet . . . LOUIS LEGER-
TON . . . "Lou" went out for track . . .
likes Lincoln spirit . . . dislikes chewing gum
in class . . . blue eyes . . . TURIE LOFTS-
GARDEN . . . "T" was active in riding
and bowling . . . likes Byron . , . dislikes
zoot suits . . . ambition to graduate . . . JEAN
LOUDERBACK . . . Jeanie wants to go to
Cal .... worked on Log , , . likes french,
fries and cokes . . . JOAN MACPHEE . . .
"Mac" was on the Round-Up staff, "Mother"
in term play, active in rallies . . . likes johnny
in A. A. F .... dislikes Davis and onions
. . . BERNICE MANFREDO . . . Bernie's
ambition is to be a good wife and singer . . .
likes C. H. and cooking , . . ELIZABETH
MARCALLINO . . . Betty likes calories and
Music Club, took part in rallies and shows. Bob
"Pancho" Courting was Colonel in the R,O.T.C., and also on the track team.
D AGE FORTY-FOUR
BARBARA IRENE MILEY
RALPH E. MILEY
GLENDORA ALICE MILLER
LORRAINE CATHERINE MIRAMONTES
IAMES C. MOI-INS. R.
Lois Mai ,ryroUi.rN
ALBERT lgpiiilgn MUNN
IOAN MARIE MURPHY
BETTY KJAIEOL NELSON
ROBERT BEQNBNS, NEUMAYR
RENEE MAE NEYRAUMONT
RICHARD LEROY NEWHOUSE
DOROTHY IANE NEWMAN
RICHARD PAUL NORWALL
EE EUHTY FIVE
also to eat . . . dislikes vitamins . . . brown
eyes and brown hair . . . CLAIRE MARTIN
. . . "Pussy" . . . hazel eyes and blonde hair
. . . likes a good time . , . dislikes homework
. . . ambition, loving wife.
DONALD MCCAW . . . former yellvleader
wants to go to Cal .... likes Lincoln and
dislikes Lowell . . . HAROLD MCCORMICK
. . . Hal's greatest ambition is to go through
life loafing . . . his main interest is in Red'
wood City . . . XVILLIAM MCCORMICK . . .
varsity football and basketball . , . likes Bev.
. . . dislikes loud girls . . . curly blond hair.
PATRICIA McGINLEY . . . Pat was on the
journal staff . . . ambition to have lots of fun
at State College . . . dislikes people who put
on an act . . . JOHN MCGINTY . . . blue
eyes, red hair . . . called "Mac" . . . likes
ice cream . . . SHIRLEY McGUFFICK . . .
active on journal, Log staff, and Cap and
Gowns . . . "Duffy" likes hoots and cashmere
sweaters . . . dislikes buddies and conceited
Martha Smith listens in interest to what 0
say, Both were very active in Senior affairs.
people . . . future Mrs. ? . . . CORINNE
MCGUIRE' . . . editor of Lincnln Log . . .
ambition to raise peaches . . . likes Phil . . .
dislikes Roni and Joyce . . . MARILYCE
MCKEAN . . . "Lynn" likes frog legs . . .
dislikes girls in levis . . . ambition to be a
dancer . . . PATRICIA McPECK . . . "Mac"
wants to be a second Ernie Pyle . . . activities
were Log staff . . . has hazel eyes and brown
hair . . . dislikes snobby people , . . MOLLIE
MERCER . . . played golf and tennis, was
soph. sec., . . . Mutt wants to be a lexicog-
rapher . . . likes Chinese food, ice cream . . .
ALEXANDER MESEN . . . president of the
Camera Club and member of the rifle team . . .
Al wants to he a Navy photographer . . . likes
no homework and Sat. nights . . . dislikes final
exams . . . RALPH MEYER . . . "Chris" was
a member of Hi-Y and swimming team . . .
dislikes sweater girls, snobs . . . BARBARA
MILEY . . . likes a Navy man . . . has blue
eyes, blonde hair Qnaturalj . . . nicknamed
ur energetic President of the Student Body has to
ELI-ISS UF SP
Babs . . . RALPH MILEY , . . "Bud" wants
only to finish school . . . likes figures with face
. . . dislikes algebra theory . . . GLENDORA
MILLER . . . future teacher . . . Glenny was
a member of the G. A. A ..,. likes people,
fun, and sailors . . . LORRAINE MIRA-
MONTES . . . a C. S. F.'er and business
manager of the Log . . . "Lorry" would like
to work for the civil service . . . JAMES
MOHNS . . . jim was an R. O. ofhcer . . .
likes brunettes . . . dislikes French . . . am-
bition to be an engineer . . . LOIS MOULIN
. . . likes dances, sports, especially horseback
riding . . . ambition to spend the rest of her
life getting a tan down at the "farm" . . .
LAURENT MUELLER . . . "Larry" likes the
summer sun and definitely dislikes school . . .
ambition to be a landscape artist . . . ALBERT
MUNN . . . varsity all-city basketball, boxing,
track, tennis, likes anything pertaining to bas-
ketball . . . dislikes Dick Drolette . . . am-
bition, basketball player.
Polite Monroe Hess turns on the faucet as
JOAN MURPHY . . . hobby, sleeping in class
. . . ambition, Pete, and having her own
way . . . dislikes dead heads . . . BETTY
NELSON . . . associate editor ofthe Log . . .
plans to go to Cal .... likes fellas . . . dis-
likes spiders and gym .... ROBERT NEU-
MAYR . . . track and soccer were Bob's ac-
tivities . , . wants to graduate . . . likes
anything he doe'sn't dislike . . . dislikes home-
work period . . . RENEE NEVRAUMONT
. . . green eyes, blonde hair . . . Renie would
like to travel, also likes physics . . . RICHARD
NEWHOUSE . . . active in tennis . . . likes
blondes KM. 1.1 ' ' - dislikes anything not
pertaining to Mary jane . . . ambition, Navy
. . . DOROTHY NEWMAN . . . Dot likes
brunettes and redheads . . . brown eyes and
brown hair . . . dislikes snobs and showoffs
. . . on Log . . . RICHARD NORWALL . . .
Dick's ambition is to loaf and fool around
. . . likes the river and "ski trips" . . .
CLIFFORD OHLSSON . . . "Olie" took part
-Y president Mary Margaret Douglas proceeds
to drink. Monroe was Lincoln's track star, and also President of the C.S.E.
IUNE THEO PANOS
GUS IAMES PAPPAS
LITA IOY PERALTA
GAIL RENE PITHEY
MINETTE LUCILE POPE
THOMAS ROBERT POSTON
MURIEL ROSALIE POWERS
DOROTHY CATHERINE OUINN
H I I l I I
IERONNE IEANE RICHARDS
IEMIL IAMES REIIQHOLD
DOROTI-IEA IEAN REIMANN
ROBERT IAY RISVOLD
DONALD KEITH ROOKER
WII.LARD IRWIN ROSS
CKHARLES EDWIN SANDERS
VERLAYNE BEIATTRICQE SHAVES
ARESTA MARIE SHUMATE
HERBERT HOWARD SIHNER
Q K x I I in track and crew . . . future-Navy . . . likes people who use H202 . . . hazel eyes, brown
. V' 'shi' ' !1iI'lS - - - JUNE PANOS . . . brown eyes hair . . . likes tall, dark, and . . .
, N M 'Ti' QB: and brown hair . . . active on the journal THOMAS POSTON . , , big game hunting
. t -W 1 F wk ' ,' . . . likes blonde hair . , . ambition is to be- is 'l'ommie's ambition . . . likes his grand-
' 1 -if , 3 i f ' tome July , , . GUS PAPPAS . . . "Pap" mother and other girls . . . dislikes purple
' 4, f' jf r "viii 2 kr ' was active in sports . . . likes staying out at lipstick . . . MURIEL POWERS . . . "Muir"
W - if night . . . dislikes coming home at night . . . , . . blue eyes, red hair . , . likes tall, dark,
' V," wants to "Gay Dog" around the world . . . and handsome . . . dislikes short, fat, and
T' ' . ROXANNA PATSEL . . , "Roxie" likes ugly . . . DOROTHY QUINN . . . "Dottie"
sports and pastries . . . dislikes insineere people was active on the debating club . . . likes
. . . ambition to get a man worth keeping . . "Hammonds" and dislikes snobs . . . ambition
1 VALERIE PEDERSEN . , , likes steaks and social worker . . . LERONNE RICHARDS
horse back riding . . . active on the Ii. S. F. . . . called Roni . . . ambition farmers wile
' and library . . . ambition undecided . . . . . . likes Don S .... dislikes Corinne and
l.lTA PERALTA . . . nicknamed "l.eet" . . . joyte . . . EMII. REICHOLD . . . "Slim"
wants to be a nurse . . . likes a good joke . . . is going in the Army . . . dislikes lcvis fea-
l.EO PIROJNIKOFF . . . went out for tennis tured on females . . . likes cars . . . DOR-
and swimming . . . ambition to attend New OTHEA REIMANN . . . member of the
England Conservatory of Music . . . GAII. G. A. A., junior Statesman . . . likes ice
PITHEY . . . would like to be a teacher . . . skating . . . ROBERT REINECKER . . .
called "Windy" . . . likes dancing and B. R. active in basketball, tennis, soccer . . . am-
. . . MINETTE POPE . . . "Minnie" dislikes bition is to be a P. E. instructor . . . ROBERT
anything to do with this?
jim Wlinterrowd, designer ol iournal cover looks rather happy. Could Betty Wittrich have
RISVOLD I. . . "Ris" took part in track . . . bleached blondes.
ambition is to be an aero engineer . . . hazel MERYLYN SIMMONS . . . brown hair,
eyes, brown hair . . . DON ROOKER . . . brown eyes . . . ambition is to get good
known as "Rook" . . . all-city and varsity grades . . . likes to get letters . . . KATHLEEN
football . . . likes "Skipper" dislikes "un- SMITH . . . "Kathy" likes double lunch
dependable people" . . . ambition Navy . . . periods . . . dislikes Spanish tests . . . dark
PHYLLIS ROSBERG . . . Phil would like brown hair . . . MARGARET SMITH . . .
to marry a midget . . . dislikes people who "Windy" wants to see the world . . . likes
ask her how tall she is . . . WILLARD ROSS swimming and Mexican food . . . MARTHA
. . . Will was active in sports and music . . . SMITH . . . "Marty" was prexy of the
dislikes push ups . . . ambition radio . . . G. S. S., a C. S. F.'er, member of G. A. A.,
CHARLES SANDERS . . . Chuck would like H12 treas., music club, Girl Reserves . . . likes
to stay single . . . likes beautiful women . . . spaghetti . . . ambition, U. C. . . . DE LOS
dislikes blind dates and women who talk too SMITH . . . Smitty was active in track . . .
much . . . VERLAYNE SHAVES . . . member likes cars and blondes . . . dislikes no gas . . -.
of G. A. A. and C. S. F .... "Ver" would ambition, Navy, then college . . . LOUISE
like to be a teacher and Mrs. J. S .... MARIE SPENCER . . . "Breezy" likes flying and every-
SHUMATE . . . played in the school band body and everything . . . FRANCIS SPERISEN
. . . would like to be second Benny Goodman . . . Fran took part in soccer and track . . .
. . . dislikes snobs . . . HERBERT SIHNER likes a good date . . . ROBERT SPRATLING
. . . "Herbie" wants to be a Model "A" . . . nicknamed "Sprat" . . . ambition, engineer
specialist . . . likes Nellie and dislikes . . . active in basketball, track, Block "L" . . .
Here are jerry Baldwin and Doris Kieser, not walking tfor a changej . jerry ran the all-city
880 and Doris was in charge of morale and editor of the Round-up.
MERYLYN FELT SIMMONS
KATHLEEN MARY SMITH
MARGARET LORRAINE SMITH
MARTHA MARIE SMITH
XVILLIAM DE LOS SMITH
HELEN LOUISE SPENCER
FRANCIS IOSEEH SVPERISEN. IR.
BEVERLY RrgAN,ggHE STERN
RAYMOND ROLLAND STEWART
RICHARD FRANK srRATFu1.L
LORETTA ANNE SWEENEY
UF SPHI ....
GEORGE rvraclpavisiu Taxis. IR.
Ti-ioivias i.ocsAN TANNA
HELEN ANNE TANNER
BERNARD TESCH, IR.
CARL IAY THOMAS
PATRICIA RUTH THOMPSON
HAROLD CRONE THOMSEN
CORALIE BOBBIE THORMOD
ERANCOISE LORRAINE TRAHAN
IACOUELINE PHYLLIS TROYER
KENNETH COLLINS TURNLEY
EE EUHTY FIVE
BEVERLY STERN . . . "Bev" plans to go to
Cal .... blue eyes, auburn hair . . . likes
chocolate sodas and definitely dislikes work
. . . RAYMOND STEWART . . . nicknamed
"Rabbit" . . . varsity football, tfack Block
basketball, soccer. Hi-Y -. . , likes music,
Model "A's", sports and Pat . . . dislikes gas
rationing . . . ambition, gym teacher . . .
RICHARD STRATEULL . . . Dick was active
in swimming . . . likes aviation . . . ambi-
tion. aeronautical engineer . . . LORETTA
SXVEENEY . . . "Ritter" likes Bill and dancing
. . . dislikes B. T. O.'s . . .ambition is to be a
loving wife , . . RICHARD SYLVESTER . . .
"Syl" . . . hazel eyes, brown hair . . . wants
to be a lab. assistant . . . likes machine shop
and radios . . . GEORGE TAKIS . . . ambi-
tion, engineer . . . called "Te" . . . played
football, in Hi-Y . . . likes girls . . . THOMAS
TANNA . . . nicknamed "Lips" . . . would
like to get in Navy . . . dislikes Guy Lom-
"Skeezix" . . . member of C. S. F., G. A. A.,
G. S. S., journal . . . likes Chuck Walker of
Navy blue . . . dislikes liver and showoffs.
BERNARD TESCH . . . Barney would like to
be an aeronautical engineer . . . likes blondes
. . . dislikes rainy rallies . . . JAY THOMAS
. . . "Slaphappy" likes basketball, wine, women
and song . . . ambition to be a pilot . . . PAT-
RICIA THOMPSON . . . Pat was a member
of G. S. S., G. A. A. and the Music Club
. . . ambition, radio singer . . . likes Bill S.
. . . HARRY THOMSEN . . . active in box
ing . . . Harry plans to join the Merchant
Marine . . . likes Model "A's" . . . dislikes
gas rationing . . . CORALIE THORMOD . . .
"Corie" likes swimming and Boulder Creek
. . . dislikes poison oak . . . ambition, debu-
tramp . . . FRANCOISE TRAHAN . . . Fran
would like to be a dancer . . . like ice skating
. . . dislikes Monday A. M .... JACQUELINE
TROYER . . . wants to be a housewife . . .
bardo . . . HELEN TANNER . . . callednicknamed "Happy" . . . dislikes Chinese
Bill McCormick rinds playing on a slide much easier than playing basketball. The lovely
miss taking her turn is Barbara Christensen, a very active senior.
food, clams fboth kindsj . , . KENNETH
TURNLEY . , . "Ken" will soon be in the
Navy . . . likes dances . . . dislikes girls in
levis . . . FRANCES UNMACK . . . "Frankie"
was active in horseback riding and roller skating
. . . likes good times . . . ambition, dress
designer . . . ROBERT VETTERLEIN . . .
"Swede's" ambition is to make millions . . ,
likes three month vacations . . . JOYCE VORE
. . . "Fergie" writes Al for activity . . . dis'
likes conceited men . . . but likes Al . . .
ELEANOR WAEGERLE . . . "Elly" was active
in G, S. S., and on the C. S. F .... hazel
eyes and brown hair . , . likes tennis and dis
likes levis and homework . . . MARIAN
WAGENER . . . "Corky" likes dancing
and swimming . . . dislikes homework , . .
ambition, church social service worker . . .
CHARLES WALTER . . . Charlie worked on
the P. A. System and was a reel Winder . . .
ambition, radio engineer . . . likes a certain
blonde from Lowell . . . dislikes girls in levis
Wise-cracking Joan McPhee, "Mother" in
. . . LAUREL WATSON . . . "Bugs" likes
music, dislikes bananas and homework . . .
active in music and ping pong . . . EUGENE
WATSON . . . "Bus" was active in chorus
. . .likes 3:10 bell . . . dislikes English A . . .
blue eyes and brown hair . . . PATRICIA WAT-
SON . . . "Pat" was active in the G. A. A.
. . . plans to do hospital work . . . blue eyes.
blonde hair . . . likes tennis.
BILLIE WEBB . . . would like to be a secre-
tary . . . likes johnny . . . dislikes catty people
. . . ELAINE WENDLAND . . . active in
journalism and dramatics . . . Elaine plans to
go to college . . . likes the Army but not the
Navy . . . YVONNE WEST . . . nicknamed
"jinx" . . . member of Lincoln Round-Up
staff . . . liked red converts . . . GERALDEANE
WHITE . . . "jerry" hopes to be a social
worker . . . likes Army Air Corps . . . dis-
likes enchiladas . . . JAMES WHITE . . .
jim . . . Uncle Sam has plans for him . . .
likes all types of carryings on . . . GRETCHEN
"junior Miss," Swings little Ed Anderson, who
was an outstanding member of the basketball team.
FRANCES ALICE UNMACK
.. O .,
IOYCE IEAN VORE
MARIAN MURRAY WACIENER
CHARLES ALEXANDER XVALTER, IR
EUGENE LEROY WATSON
PATRICIA GIEACE XVATSON
BILLIE FAYE XVEBB
ELAINE GLORIS WENlDI,AND
YVONNE DELORES WEST
' ' Iinx"
IAMES IRVING WHIT'l2
GRETCHEN LOUISE XVlI.l.lAMS
NELSON VALVERT XVILLIAMS
VIVIAN ELAINE XWILLIAMS
RUTH LORRAINE WII.I.lS
CHARLES ERROI. WILSCDN
CONSTANCE MARGARET WILSON
IAMES XIUARREN XVINTERROXVD
BETTY HELEN WITTRICQH
KATHRYN IOY XY"RIGHT
EE EUHTY FIVE
WILLIAMS . . . Gretch was in the G. A. A.,
CL S. F., a junior Statesman, and worked in
the Lincoln Canteen . . . likes ping pong and
volleyball . . . dislikes no one . . . future re-
search chemist . . . NELSON WILLIAMS . . .
played in the band, C. S. F. member . . . plan
"Nels" wants to go to U. C .... likes science
and music . . . dislikes homework . . . VIVIAN
WILLIAMS . . . "Blondie" has blue eyes . . .
likes to go places and eat and a Navy man . . .
dislikes snobs . . . wants to travel as mis-
sionary . . . RUTH WILLIS . . . "Ruthie"
likes Glenn Miller and dislikes homework . . .
ambitionfwho knows . . . CHARLES WIL-
SON . . . R. O. T. C. otiicer, participated in
rallies . . . ambition, chemical engineer or
world ruler . . . likes "Carol" . . . dislikes
linals . . . CONSTANCE WILSON . . . "Con-
nie" plans to go to U. C. and take up nursing
. . . green eyes and brown hair . . . likes vaca-
tions . . . dislikes work . . .JAMES WINTER-
ROWD . . . "Root" likes Betty . . . dislikes
i Bert Greenberg and Ciuralie Thormod 'seem
girls in levis . . . ambition, Navy, then college
. . . BETTY VUITTRICH . . . member G. S. S.
ambition, stenographer . . . likes hot
fudge sundaes and jim . . . KATHRYN
WRIGHT . . . "Lefty" worked on the 44
. . . hopes to be an efficient secretary
likes june, Kathy, and Gail . . . STAN
WEEKS . . . varsity football, Block
. . . likes riding in the "Buick," olive pits . . .
dislikes being called "Josie" . . . now in Navy
would like to own a cattle ranch.
to be having a little ioke. Bert was active on the
"Log" and the Round-up, Coralie participated in rallies.
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Top ww: Cohn, B., Dinneen, B., Newell, A. Serond
row: Payne, D., Toft, B., Stone, L., McCoy, D., Riley,
J., Brodkey, R., Wigle, L. Third 1'o1u.' Kemme, A.,
Beetz, P., Pfaffenberger, K., Papazian, J., Quamby,
S., Bonner, C. Boztom row: Gallisdorfer, J., Ander-
son, E., Helbig, F., Briar, F., Thompson, K., Line-
han, P., Mitoff, E.
Tap mum' Porter, D., Lucas, K., Phillips, R., Simister,
D., Dowdell, R., Vonder Mehden, W. Semrzd row:
Mills, R., Skovgaard, A., Rebstock, E., Stang, P.,
Masarie, F., Riordan, W., Teshara, T. Third row:
Stockfleth, G., Marlow, R., Rowe, R., Nicolai, R.,
Sheerin, P., Sydel, R. Boflom row: Lash, P., Philow,
J., Prosser, D., Green, C., Wright, M., Starr, Y.,
Tap row: De Mello, D., Carson, J., Rowe, F., Marsh-
all, D. St'K'071d row: Day, J., Davenport, D., Luns-
mann, H., Samuel, D., Clayton, A.. Widtfeldt, J.
Bollom row: Ashe, L., Doud, l-. Erhel, M., Carter,
B., Leidich, J., Ravani, P., Brandlein, D.
HEEISTHIES + NINETEE FUHTY PI E
Top row: Cohn, B., Bush, R., Amundsen, R. Suomi
raw: Fisher, N., Douglas, B., Baldwin, G., Fell, G.,
Ustin, J. Third row: Zais, M., Gerhardt, R., Hyland,
J., Schroeder, H., Edmondson, G., Krull, T., Cail-
teux, M. Fourth row: Ellis, H., Allen, P., Crook, N.
Blackburn, C., Oddstad, L., Glass, B., Bork, P. Bol-
mm row: Gustafson, I., Jakobs, D., Crocker, L., Bosio
R., Larson, B., Keller, V., Richter, L., Yalovov, R.
Top rouu' Kokezas, P., Maiersik, C., MacKenzie, D.
Mohoncy, R., Ayers, W., McDowell, V., Bayler, J.
Second rouf: Mack, H., Rogers, J., Field, M., Amans
B., Hodges, C., Schutt, C. Third raw: Brady, VU.
Behr, J., Aherne, H., Bawart, B., Kettler, J., Mac-
Lean, C. Bottom raw: Mitoff, J., Mayers, B., Ander-
son, S., Newell, O., Arensburg, P., Olson, B.
Green, D. -
Top wird' Chudy. J.. Glynn, F., Cochrane, W., Forth'
emer, H., Aviani, E. Semnd row: Dodd, J., McNulty,
J., Main, S., Lerner, S., Keegan, I. Third row: Po-
nath. G., Boscow, A., House, G., Sides, C., Derham.
P., Ferguson, E. Balmm mum' Olson, G., Dokter, E.,
Ig'1cFarland, C., Moore, B.. Fenton, B., Millisich, M.,
T017 funn' Selna, F., Selna, R., Matthews, T., Iuliano.
B. Third rank' Zaft, F., Anderson, B., Kerrigan, R.,
Hughes, L., Pitts, D., Chucly, J.. Petrich, M. Second
row: Brennan, E., Berndt, B., Thulander, B., Chris-
tensen, J., Bohlen, B.. Hayward, V. Firr! row: Nel-
son, J., Bowen, E., Attinger, E., Worman, M., Har-
rington, B., Gamble, I., Buckley, G.
Registry 215 V. ' '
Top mum' Sorensen, E., Clarke, Ji., Russell, R., Stoll,
B., Schaminghausem- B., Atkinson, J., Miller, S.
Fpurlh mum' Hohndorf, E., Timmons, B., Holcomb,
J., 'Rogers L., Sans, B., Steinmctz, S., Wright, J.
Third rn1z': Summer, J., Javet, R., Grasberger, L.,
Ghisoltn, E., Cosgrove, B., Gray, N., La Fleur, J.
Serena' row: Ames, A., Amerian. B., Bell, L.L., Bag-
genstos, G., Fitzsimons, A., Smith, G. Firrl mun-
Goldhammar, A., Jacobson, M., Crow, Ji, Strom,
D., Goldkuhl, L., Quast, G., Anderson, S.
Top raw: Becker, J.. Dales. R., Erickson. D., Trieber,
R., Szukalski, C., MacGregor, D., Gard. C., Coffey,
B. Serond row: Johnson, A., Quillinan, H., Kelly.
T., Murray, E., Van Dyke, F., Strand, A.,,, Cox, J.
Third row: Spilmer, D., Strom, J., MacDdT1ald. M.,
Wara, B., Mann, M., Long, B. Bfntom rouy' Schilling.
A., Wilk, B., Thai, B., Buchner, N., Fredrickson, S..
Elliott, E., Barrango, I.
HEEISTHIES + NINETEE FUHTY PI E
Top row: Browne J., Kean, W., Harvey, F., Stem-
well, J., Lane, M., Pillsbury, F., Reames, R. Second
wzr: Maybee VU., Erpenstein, E., West, B., Bittner,
D., Baker, J., Harsh, P., Skillicorn, R. Third row:
Roessing, W., Carehidi, D., Nicholson, S., Carr, M.,
Klaldaroni, M., Regimbal, L. Bottom row: Lawrence,
V., Abdill, M. J., Strom, D., Anduza, J., Paccioretty,
D., Dignum, A., Sturtevant, B.
7 up mum' Wlolle, J.. Baker, E., Casperson, R., Bulski,
XV., Crawford, D. SL'1'077d raw: Dittmore, P., Donald-
son, R.. Deasy. J., Blair, E., Bowen, L. Third row:
Devine, D., Belasco, J., Breton, R., Bredeson, R.,
Hartmann, H., Burke, M. Barium mum' Verhagen, M.,
Looper, S., Perkins, P., Detsch, J., Crook, B., Arm-
strong, E., Christopherson, E.
Tap run? Greene, D., Taylor, T. Rau' Four: Gray,
I., Gagliolo, R., Kilpatrick, R., Giannini, A.,.Jarvis,
R., Manning, J. Ron' Three: Pappas, A., Petrich, M.
Davidson, L., Harrington, B., Henek, D., Johnson,
er, E.. Groves, W., Graves, M., Hall, N. Row One.
Eichner, S., Jacobs, P., Guidera, A., Georgas, D.,
Driscoll, S., Huxley, J., Gathgan, P.
N., Hood, M. Razz' Two: Smith, G., Mason, S., Fras-
.3 M.. .L
Top row: Elliot, B., Cheshire, A. Seward l'fI'l0I- Mack
H., Gold j., Valente, D., Madden, j., Ruggles, G.
Kirkewoog, A. Tlairi! row: Clazie, R., Keene, M., Rim:
ington, B., McLachlan, E., Peterson, K., Henderson, L
Bottom row: Goodloe, A., MacNeil, M., McKe1vey, L.
Minzenmayer, D., Lowy, K., judge, G., Nelson, Mi
Top Row: Stone, L., Strycker, W., Wood, C., Stroupe,
H., Taskett, B. Third raw: Seeba, B., Runner, A., Ros-
enthal, E., Tamke, V., Maynard, B., Trost, C., Miller,
B. Serona' Row: Baldwin, D., Murphy, C., Schilling
B., Romich, B., Singer, A., Leamons, P. Fin! Row?
Vollmer, A., Milanesio, S., Smith, M., Unmack, K.
Wolseth, E., Gravem, G., Tuska, V. .
Tap row: Bender, D., Pearlman, G., Pearson, D.,
Davis, B., Iohnson, R., Snook, F. Fourzh raw: Scha-
bel, R., Arnsbarger, G., Schmidt, M., Ohr, M., Lutz,
B., Smathers, M. Tlfird row: Oiakian, C., Lucchetri,
R., Mibach, L., Weber, L., Sullivan, P., Schwartz,
A., Watters, C. Second rawg Pardee, P., Letsche, M.,
Levy, R., Shephard, I., Rogers, S., Richards, B. First
row: Nessiere, D., Pappas, E., Sheehy, E., Krebs, M.,
Olsen, I., Meyer, M., Lister, P.
HEBISTHIES + NINETEE FUHTY FI E
Top row: Griffin, R., MacCarthy, B., Moretti, B.
Nelson, D., Bell, D., Taggart, H. Third row: Day, R.
Philpott, R., jungclaus, H., Muzio, C., jurd, R.
Trusty, C., Walker, H. Second raw: Schonbeck j.
Falk, E., sands, V., Drew, W., Fairfield, J., Mi.-03
yan, V. Firrt rogu: Gordon, V., Berridge, j., Birt, P.
Linn, S., Rusz, B., Dobson, D., Horwitz, I.
Top raw: Knobloch, M., Laval, ,I., Faurll: 1-ow: John
sen, D., Eckert, R., Kern, R., Karp, J., Haase, R.
jukich, L., Marriott, A. Third row: Amentina, A.
Fratis, R., Elder, R., Greggans, I., Leach, K., Holm,
A. Second row: Klein, S., Kenealy, N., Griffin, R.
Krieg, M., Davis, P., Lane, D. Fin! raw: J-crneffg M.
Edington, M., Turner, L., Rudford, D.,3Ris1is2"e6.
Chames, H., Dudune, N. , xo, A
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Tap raw: Peterson, C., Milligan, R. Sefoud row: Mel-
ancon, W., Smith, E., Carl, H., McDevitt, E., Welch
B., Fredrickson, G. Bolzam row: Nadler, A., Shim-P
mon, R., Meyer, I., Tate, D., Wilkins, G., Laitone
H., Sommer, E.
Top mum' Rogers, C.. Lambert, I., King, B., Christen-
sen, D. Serum! row: Dahl, M., Davis, D., Vanskike.
O., Watson, A., Duncan, B., Seher, W. Bofiom row
Allen, S., Hummel, K.. Kamena, R.. Blood. P.. Baker,
M., Hahn, D., Boggs, I..
Top mum' McBride, J., Anderson, K., Lillie, D.. Sul
livan, R, Third row: Surian, R., Clam, A., Greendalc
T., Appel, J., Narcisso, j., Gehring, R., Peters. B
.Yefand mum- Vaeth, J., Koehler, C., Miller, H., Brody
D., Andreini, R., Smith, V. Fin! row: MacKinnon, I.
Smith, H.. Guaraldi, V., Broock. D., Chabot. N.
Lundblade, B., Shingleberger, N.
T017 wuz' Baker, R., Whilden, T., Papiizian, G.
Christensen, H., Von Konsky, R., Ziegler. A., Sweet
G. Third roiv: Shoulgovsky, S., Walker, M., Wood
C., Stevens, W., Sherman, R., Geiger, j., Warren
H. Serona' rouu' Trout, D., Russell, J., Stuart, E.
Westwater, E., Sterett, B.. Schrepel, N.. Hamilton,
W. Fifxrf faux' Symonds, M., Richards, E., .Robbins
l.., Tweedt, I., Kindler, B., Watson, D., Singer, B
HEEISTHIES + NINETEE
Yup mu J Barbour, R.. lost, C.. Gnagy, J., Herring-
ton, S., Abowd. K., Souders, P. Barium row: Bettz
I.., Mack, V., McMichael, P., Anderson, D., Finkel
P., Eberle. P., Biebertlorf, I.
7011 wir: Larkin. j., Lister, H., Llosson, H. Suvond
mum' Kempc, B., Geetcr, C., Jacobson, B., Emery W.
Oxford, G., Steinhauscr, M. Third 1'ou': Bredeson, M.
Hayden, D., Lucero, D., Guilfoy, T., Mishne, A.
XVeaver, K. Fomzb roam' Rose, D., Douglas, J., just
V., Kraal, L., Kees, P., Cantwell, R. Bolfom mu'
Durncy, D., Burgold, I., Ivey, A., Mills, A., MC
Hrytle, J., Burlington, ff., Cluttcn, B.
'Iliff rffzlu' Steil, G., XX'arner, D., Deslm, E., Miller
I..,. Arearo, D., Sweet, R.. Seroml rorv: Rohrer, P.,
Boissier. P., T0tll. C-. Sneider. M., Wilson, D., Mc-
Devitt, M. lfifsf wir: Sassoon, ff., Treizisc, P., Myers
l., C amp, I., Stliroetler, I.., XVa'shburn, F., Crosby, G
PM-li Ill- TY-SEVEN
- Registry 210
Tap faux' Kimball, J., Cantor, NW., Dobbs, l.., Branf
dow, D. liaurfh row: Coates, j., Cordes, il., Kara-
nolf, Y., Wickstfom, M., Romo, G., Copeland, R.
Third row: Emmick, M., Baker, O., Campbell, M.,
Utegaard, R., Cole, S., Harris, HA., Boyd, R., Day,
I.. Svmmz' rrmu' Blaine, F., Barsottl, B., Alberigi, R.,
Gavin, M., Bates, S., Chasc,'V.. Brandt, N. Fira!
wir: Brainard, P.. Daly, CI., Colgrove, R., Burton,
N., Stuart, S., Miley, F., Iiampana, R., Bartliold, C.
17,11 wrzru' Swett, E., Gazzano, H., Abraham, R., Fletch'
er, A., Green, R. Fonrrb row: Stromberg, L., Wagner,
C., Brown, R.. Light, B., Burkhart, M., March, E. j.
Third f'f1uf.' Mathews, D., jenkin, T., Whiteley, V.,
Coffman, j., Hamilton, G., Howell, j., Gorden, E.
Svrond row: Cabeceira, D., Cougle, B., Stone, D.,
Earl, V., Fox, J., Williams. J. Bollom row: Barde,
G., Gagos, L.. Cooper, N., Honens, M., Hamfnarberg,
B., Conroy, A., Sullivan, I.
Tap rozv: Tornai, J., Olmo, 'l'., Da Roza, L., Kahn,
j., Buskey, E., McNaughton, j., Borden, M. Foufrla
rr11v.' Feuchtwanger, I., Martell, F., Hewit, R., Mer-
rill, ,l., Dokter, M., Beck, S. Third row: Briner, H.,
Barton. J., Nicol, j., Stuck, P., Trezise, P., Brown,
B.. Hart, P. Sammi' raw: Trapp, K., Pibernig, J.,
Pearsoa, G., johnson, j., Beetz, G.. Cfolfey, R. Firrl
wiv: Peters, j., Edwards, P., Cox, I.., Carroll, R.,
Manley, D., Melby, D., llherney. B.
HEEISTHIES + NINETEE FUHTY FIVE
Yap mir: Johnston, W., Martin, J., Henry, j.. Kracku
W. Family row: Matthews, B., Mahr. L., Hubachek
C., Kelley, B., Fisher, J., Himes, M. Third raw: Gib
son R Forne A. Hoffman Frederick G. Lev
. -. Y. . .J., ' , . y.
nl., Lawrence, L., Kennedy, M. Srrmzd row: Baker,
j., Hammon, W., Gawley, CI., Goggin, J., McChes
ney. I., Gesas, F. Final roux' Hogan, M., Ireland, P.
Freeman, Ci., Krebs, O., Marsh, N., Gracia, j.
T011 raw: Stranton, R., March, B., Wagoner, B.
Berndt, B., Nosenzo, M., Tritsch, B. Third raw
Borden, M., Delaney. R., Swenson, S.. Sullivan, H.
Vought, G., McCormick, D., Patton, V. Serond row
Young, V.. Wendland, J., Harriman, C., Turner, J.
Pearson, j., Sekara, A. Fifxr row: Zengler, G., Stag
gers, J., Boldt. V., Marchi, A., Mayfield, M., Ll0p
I., Clherney, I.
Tuff wwf McDougall, I., Painter, W., Morton, j.
Price, C. Xerm1drozi'.- Detwiler, W., Merkel, G., Mor
ris, D., Hirsch, W., MCNinch, E., Nelson, I., Pen
rose, B. Third 1'014'.' Person, A., Mohns, B., Standcr
man, B., Pond, B., MCEniry, A.. MCQueeriey, K
.Yt'l'0?1d r'0u'.' Phillipg, B., Martin, F., Ralston, VU
Mrtzner, l.., Cordes, M., Rich, H., Mountanos, M
'lap mn .' Ferritris, II., Goldstein, A.. Frgml-tlin, C..,
Fischer, C., Alarcon, D., Hicks. J., NVi1lif0rl1. LV.
Lister, H. Secwfa' 1-nun' Peterson, N., Harness, J.,
Duerner, D., Fletcher, S., Nishkian, B., Bawden, D.,
Shenson, M., Hayden, D. 'Third wuz' Sosnick, S.,
Fowler, B., Allen, D., Giraud, L., Alziimo, M., Frank,
I., Barbieri, L. FUIIIII9 i-nic: Gatto, I., Cirimele, I..
Praed, D., Neto, F.. Filippetti, C., Galli, D. Buzrwu
mic: Berry, B., Polilmann, I.., Hoerling, I., Hunting
lon, B., Burnett, A., Crouch, D., Dulfiesne, Li.
Top fouu' jackson, j., Bertetta, HI., Way, R., MacGurn,
B., McCabe, N. Semnd rnzc: Grissom, E., Quinlan,
R., Glover, K., Sherwood, A., Flynn, M., Delo, S.,
Milani, A. Tlyird row: Cochrun, L., Sorensen, M.,
Burman, J., Manuck, D., Schmidt, K., Evans, C.
Botfom rozu: Zais, E., Monclon,'C., Cfoltrell, R., De-
lroi, D., Erbel, E., King, R., Blinn, I..
7'fl' roux' Green, B., Sans, W. Second wuz' Crosbie,
'I'., Thornton, j., Proctor, F., Mullins, V., Wincnimxx',
R., Cutler, R. Third row: Seller, R., Fibish, A., Pa-
rente, R., Harders, G., Pokorny, O., Welch, R., Morg-
an, D. Fourlh rozzx' Wissing, B., Brennan, B., Schncht,
H., Hackett, M., DeBoer, B., Sorenson. J. Bfffmnl
wuz' Ritchie, ll., Mortenson, B., Muller, K., Twitch-
ell, S., Bone, N., Kress, B., Winfield, j.
HEGISTHIES + NINETEE FIIHTY FIVE
Top row: Foote, N., Erekson, C.. Farrer, D., Dull,
C. Fom-Ib row: Hazlett, G., Fromberg, G., Gray, L.,
Freeman, J., Brown, R., de Nevers, C. Third row:
dc Halas, D., Hedrick, B., Dowling, J., Gross, B.,
Gerhardt, L., Craig, C., Bennett, J. Second row:
Carson, K., Bishop, M., Hansen, H., Besozzi, j.,
Crum, W., Brock, E. Firfl raw: Buck, L., Christoph-
erson, D., Curtis, K.. Elston, D., Broughton, J., Al-
enin, X., Anderson, J.
Tap 1'ou'.' Cross, R., Field, A., Bishop, D., Walslr, J.,
McNeill, D., Cook, E., Fiedericksnn, R., Stelling, A.
Fourrly raw: Borchard, J., Wittrich, B., Applebaum,
S., Prout, L., Livingston, A., Hacker, L., McDonnell,
Tlyinl mum' Grodt, D., Lutz, D., Davidson, N.,
Swanson, B., Kellogg, E., Cooper, D. Second row:
Warren, V., Crow, I., Kappelman, W., Iacobson, E.,
Telfer, N., Drouhie, M., Beach, D.
Top wuz' Murray, W., Prellwitz, R., Vermeulan, M.,
Hancock, j., Mathis, D., Trullinger, E. Third row:
Bordenave, G., Goldstein, H., Richards, C., Loustau.
J., Gernhardt, L., Mac Beth, K., Geddes, N. Second
row? Phillips, D., Haverstock, B., Gottfried, H., Fe-
der, N., Uksila, R., Roy, B. Firrl rnuf: Tait, I., Price,
B., Bittman, B., Childers, D., Lawson, A., Diamond,
S., Markel, V.
Tuff row: Ramstead, I., Windhorst, D., Spencer, R.
Volosing, D., Hinrichs, C., Severison, I. Second ron .'
Sudivig, R., Peterson, M., Mooney, H., Wfilkinson, L.
Ricnecker, R., Sommer, R. Third iwiix- Softus, F.,
Schwartz, L., Holsten, L., Shenson, S., Ystrom, M..
Mristro, F. Barium row: Brcnnen, B., Scott, I., Mad'
den, R., Tomrose, B., Hoqueu, I., lxl.llll!Tl21I'lIl, B.,
'lofi rang' Young, B., Cunningham, P., Downes, I..
Lciil, C., Slocum, B., Curran, I., Sodcrhcrg, C., Olde
rich, F. Seromf raw: Gage, T., Pratt, L., Andrus, B.,
T.iinter, I., Hoppe, M., Larsen, L., Pcrutz, Y. Third
ww: Smith, I., Hance, R., Chudy, F., Frayne, K.,
Pritchard, B., Smallwood, K. Botmm 1'nzr'.' Hunber.
R., Scott, S., Wulff, I., Nitholson, N., Henricksen,
M., Duvall, I., Roach, I.
'l'12f1 row: Andrews, I., Besgcl, A. Suroml rnun' Dutl,
F., Galloway, D., Casten, A., Ollayos, B., Knowles,
I., Fredericks, R. Third wiv: Clhalkcr, I., Erfurt, L.,
Atwood, D., Clark, R., Cfohn, R., Furiosi, R. Fourlh
wiv: Daubert, D., Boynton, B., Bonner, H., Frank-
lin, B., Anderson, I., Harder. M. Bnttwn ww: Brown,
H., Armos, I., Dixon, D., Fried, S., Hart, D., Brickic,
R., Berto, I.
HEBISTHIES ' NINETEE FIIHTY FI E
T011 mm: MacKenzie, N., Steil, E., McNaughton, T.
Serond row: Putzar, E., McCarty, I., Lewin, W..
Langdon, E., Lord, C., Riksheim, R. Third row:
O'Berst, G., Rogers, A., Suriseri, A., Hoffman, H.,
Roth, L., McGill, P. Fourth row: Meyer, D., Man-
ning, B., Hoeft, L., Iones, M., McAlpin, D., Stew-
art B. Kettler P. Fi th row: Schmidt . Fraumeri
, , , i . J . .
V., Seltzer, P., Hayden, L., Pundt, V., Nennis, G.
Boifam raw: Rebok, R., Solache, I., Raincn, H.,
Woodey, I., Swall, B., Nessier, C., Henke, I.
Tap row: Thomas, Levin, A. .Yvrwzd wiv: Bchlow,
D., Cummins, I., Wider, W., Oppenlander, D.,
Sayers, E., Ostholf, O. Third 1-0110 Cremer, B., Bril-
liant, L., Anderson, O., Mills, S., Mehl, W., Schwab,
L. Fourfh row: Batrhelder, S., Richards, B., Desin,
A., Clayton, A., Thompson, G., Stern. M. 130110771
wuu' Maltsehf, I., Hardy, C., Schaumleffel, S., Mana-
han, M., Courtright, M., Slocum, I., Baker, P.
'lfflf Vflll ' lirimc-lc, R.. Ruth. li.. Hallgren. I. Run
lfin: Stomp, I., XVL-lrli. R., Flahertv. I., Manhert, R..
Stewart D jacob: M Rfu' Four' fmith I 9' t
. . .. . , . f .. . Aol.
M.. Derham, B . Oxhorough, R., Phillips, I., Holmes,
R. Third rffirr Shank. M.. Lorenzcn, G., lngalsbc, D.,
lNlCl.2l'1C, M., Richards, V., lanersky, L. .Vwwld fuzz .'
lamvold, B., Hicking, N.. Novus. I., Samuelsen, j..
Hall. N., Salmans, M., W'hitten, L. Boilom wil:
Feldman, H., Schlocker, L., Murphy, A., Dickson. F., .
Rohhins. ll., Mahoney, D., Simmons, B., Hinc, P.
'lfilv rffrrt Clarke, D., W'urSChmidt, K. lfnffiflv mr. '
Becker. R., Cameron, D., Thomas, A., Levin, S.
llmphreys, T., XY'he-eler. P. Thin! mu .' Brucato, I.
Fotehos, B.. Alverson. I., Cooper, -l., Faliano, B.
Cosgrave, ,l., Bacon, XV. St'l'U71ul rnzzy' Muller, F.
Cailteux, C, Bcrgluid, G., Crooks, A., Maltserl, L..
Henderson. R. First row: Wfilliarns, D., Bloomfield.
N.. Zinkand. A., Carillon, R., Anthony. O.. Wfest
XY., Tudor, H.
HEGISTHIES + NINETEE FUHTY FI E
T017 raw: Neumayr, J., Donohoe, G., Sperisen, D.
Visser, K., O'Rourke, B., Barnes, P., Brooks, W.
Meehan, N. Sefoml row: Baker, Z., Espmal, I., Na
varro, F., Broderick, P., Kortright, O'Connor,
M. Barzani 1'll!4'.' Crawford, L., Lucchesini, P., Miller,
D., Leighton, B., Byrne, B., Van Dyke, E.. Ehvff
Tap raw: Brass, B., Class. C., Hansen, J., Kimpel
P., Iohnson, D., Schumacher, P. Third row: Morris
P,, 'Ricke, L., Rogers, J., Engel, L., Cozzaha, J.
Szukalsk, R., Kolb, G. Second row: Schilder,
Klein, N., Carman, P., Levy, R., Downes, J., Nitscn
ke, D. Ballom raw: Dolan. R., Blood, R.. Hart, M.
Flmnn, I., Canuto. C., Atkinson, D., O'Shea, I.
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SU E SILLY SI
On April 20 loomed the sequence to a tradition
started in '44 with Pioneer Day. Again the graduating
seniors will be left with an unforgetable memory of a
hilarious "Kiddies' Day at the Circusf, While some
girls and boys dressed as they looked ten years ago,
the more ambitious turned out as lions, clowns, tum-
blers, and freaks. A Baby Pen was set up by the G.A.A.
for students and teachers not in costume. The "Pen"
was not used much because almost everyone got into
the spirit of things and made a gala turn-out.
PAGE SIXTY-FOI R
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During third period, a stupendous circus rally took
place. Tumblers, fat ladies, siamese twins, a ballet
dancer, clowns and other acts contributed to the enter-
tainment. An animal contest took place which a rooster,
rabbit, guinea pig, Siamese cat, and dogs entered.
Other dogs were running around amongst the students
putting Abe's children in a frenzy.
Lincoln students having a chance to act as babies Q Pj
had a double lunch period. Booths sponsored by var-
ious school clubs were set up to keep students occupied
while they waited to get lunch in the crowded cafeteria.
The "babies" will remember the "Paris Artists," For-
tune-telling Madame Yetta, and the "Kisses" fcandy,
of coursej booth. Later on, the students assembled
for the promenade of students in best costume. Mr.
Clyde White led the gala clothed students before the
student body into the cafeteria where a group of faculty
members acted as judges. Prizes offered to students
winning any contests were journals.
' JILLS JIU
Some of the more daring Lincoln lovelies skated
up and down Honest Abe's halls before Mr. White
put his foot down. Off came the "kiddies' " skates and
they went on their merry way singing "Farmer in the
Even though everyone was tired from all the ex-
citement, they were sorry the day had to end, but
there is always next year.
Prcsxdcnl oi CI. S. F.
C. S. F. BOYS
I-'wwf rm: .' M. He-as. N. XY'illiams, j. Browne. Row 2: A. Grifnn, A. Runner, B. Avers, B. Toft
kl. XY'interrond. D. fhristcnson. Al. Dodd, ff. Trost. Kon' 3: F. Pillwbury, I. Gray, R. Reamcs. W'
Dctuiler. R. Hcadriuk, R. Fratcs, D. Ncwhousc. Rau' 4: NW. Strycker, B. Andrcini, R. Harvev
S. Lerner, I.. Stromhc-rg, R. Brodkcy. Bark mn'.' B. Lnrtcr, NV. Hamilton, B. Baker, A. Livingston
XV. Rnzis. B. Kgrpplcmnn. F. Milcy, j. Monroe.
II LIFUHNIA SEHIJL HSHIP
C. S. F. GIRLS
lw11frffr1 5 V. Patton, R. Hurncuood. G. Pithcy, M. Ficld, AI. fjhristcnson. H. Snhrocder, K.. Smllmr
QI. Naggc. Ro14'2: M. Guin, B. Dowd, HI. Green, D. Kicscr, K. Peterson, l. Qsthofi, E. XVucgL'rlc
M. Fry, B. Black. Ron' 3: E. Haskins, D. Quinn, R. Frcderickson, L. Mxramontes, B. Grcvn
,l. Galsky, G. Lorenznn, P. Davis, M. Borgcn, B. Cosgrove. Razz' J: J. Bruse, M. Mercer.
M. Douglzm, M. Smith, B. johnson. A. Vollmer, D. Mintzinmaycr, Y. Bahlskin, K. Green
I. Trnycr. Rnu' 5: A. Ames. j. Kettler, CI. Green, R. Yalovoy, B. Curley, D. Stone, G. Crosby
C., Hardy, N. Tclfer. Bark 1'azz'.' j. WulH-, M. Bosternn, A. Guidcm, B. Marcallino, E. Bruno
H. Tanner, Cf. Gravem, V. Shavcs. P. Gafhgan, S. Chcrncy.
I. fI.ll11I'VIL'. V. IISIISIKII.
limi mn : -I. Snnmwr. Ii. Bglggurt. R011 2: P. 'I'Imrnpsun, P. Hun-Y. Ip. XX.1cg.xrIc, II.. Itlln.
Y. Inwrcmc, K . Bunrwr. I-'rffnf Inu J NI. Smith. H. NY'1ttrInIx. I.. Ridmzcr. H. 'I'.xnncr. Y. Slmws,
GIRLS' SERVICE SUIIIETY
BUYS' BLIIIIH "L"
IILOI K I,
lx'f'11 I' I. XX'mgI1l, I.. I:z.mL'x. XY. Ntnmkcr, D. Dales, H. F4vrIIxem:.l, L. Rogan, M. burian.
IU. Annhxlwrm. K. l'nm.uk. Rffn .': Nuirncycr. S. INIcyurwv1. 'If ,IICSI1-.lI'.l, R. PI11II'1psI K, Lqms. ROBERT DI PIFTRO
K Maiclwik B, lntIcx', H. Nia-:Ii H. SIIlI'It'I'. Rffu' I: XV. Iwlglurrnuk. P, Iirgldv, I. INIIGIUN.
II: Burr. 4E.4IXmIurwn,' I. Hardxxifk. F. Spcnrwn. R,,Stcw1rt. Ii. flmx, D. Fislntrbm. Razz' V P1'rriJIr1l ff
S .FcIIIman. G. Pappus. R. Spmtling, D. Lczxry. K. Friar, R. IDiPi4'rm, G. Bialmp, II, Ihllict.
CQ Dursctt. M. Hess.
Kflass reads finished product Q 4 A
I .og Staftfliall '44
Corinne McCu1rc. Editor ot Ing '
Circus Day Staff . Pat Ravani types copy
JUUHNALIST5 I THE MAHI G
Responsible for putting out the always anxiously-
awaited Lincoln Log is a hard-working group of jour-
nalism students headed by Corinne McGuire, this
term's energetic and efficient editor. Aided by a depend-
able staff of page editors and reporters, she has done
much toward making the Log one of the city's best high
school papers. The Lincoln Log, has in the past five
years, developed into the dependable popular paper
that its pioneers intended it to be.
The staff consists of Betty Nelson, who has proved
to be very capable in her job as associate editorg Pat
McPeck, the tireless and original feature editorg Don
Goodenough, whose enthusiasm for sports has made
him an outstanding sports editorg Elma Armstrong and
Audrey Anderson, who compile the first and editorial
pages. respectivelyg and jean Harrington, editor of
An efficient business staff is composed of Dorothy
Green, advertising managerg Lorraine Miramontes,
business managerg and Don Lillie, photographer.
Round-L'p Staff I
Piourarn l uriimittce Plans bids
Mi. I7 Rntintltm sponsor
LI CHL H HU
To name any certain group as being entirely re-
sponsible for the success of this term's journal would
be both unfair and erroneousg the whole student body
of Abraham Lincoln has rallied together to make the
Roundup .1 symbol ol' its school.
However, without the able direction of the Roundup
stall, headed by Doris Kieser, the energetic and hard-
working editor, this success could never have been at-
tained. It was necessary for this comparatively small,
but enthusiastic group to work with tireless energy,
mingled at times with doubts and disappointments, be-
Log Staff plans a paper
Log Stat? Spring '-ti
UN'- P ST FF
fore it finally turned out the journal that could reach
the goal which had been set for it.
Doris' ethcient start is comprised of the following
section leaders: Pat Davis, associate editor, Pat Bras-
kamp, photography editorg Bert Greenberg, sports
editorg Yvonne West, activities editor, Marilyn Becker,
senior editorg Norma Buchner, advertising editor:
l-lelen Tanner, business managerg and Donald Lillie,
photographer. This group is backed by numerous assist-
antsf-teachers and students both fwho also deserve
I':Xl.li SIXTH Nllv L
HHH!-l IZ!-l'I'IIJ S
JUNIOR RED CROSS
From mfr: P. Bork, D. Vlacobs, M. Alaimo. A. Crooks. Row 2:
H. l-lnchede. M. Bredeson, P. Grossman, B. Nelson, P. Lash,
C. Green, B. Thal. Row 3 .' M. Manahan, A. Kemme, C. Black-
burn. N. Crook, R. Bosio. M. Carr. Bark 1-aux' B. Fenton. A. Shil-
ling, H. Robins, M. Harder, M. Cuurtrigllt, I.. Nagel, D. Green.
Due to the efforts of Mr. Mosby, faculty advisor,
and acting president, Fred jackson, the Hi-Y com-
pleted its fifth successful year at Lincoln.
Some of this term's activities included a picnic at
Fairfax, dances, and many school improvement pro-
grams such as putting a lawn in front of the main
From rauu' G. Takis, R. Meyer. Barb rozr: I. Atkinson, B. Tott,
D. Marshall, T. Hutchinson, D. Mciiaw, Al. Day.
The girls' Tri-Y, under the guidance of Mrs.
Polly Mosby, had a highly successful term this year.
The Tri-Y, in cooperation with the Y. M. C. A.,
collected toys for the tuberculin ward at the county
hospital. Aside from their service programs, mem-
bers of the club had numerous enjoyable times on
their ski trips, picnics, and dances.
Fran! mir: J. Douglas. j. Sumner. C. Sides. ff. Matliarlanfl,
j. Christensen, M. Field, V. lust. Row 2: M. Millisich, M. Doug-
las, M. Fr e, I.. Prout, J. Borchard, R. Frederickson, Burk rozv:
S. Fredrickisori, M. Krieg, M. Smith. B. Moore, j. l.iiFleur.
li. Barnett, K. Frnne.
The Camera Club, with Mr. Williaiii Manahan as
its advisor, carries on many photographic activities
throughout the school year. Their two main projects
are taking pictures for the bulletin boartl display
and also for the various school publications. They
otten take trips to scenic spots in the bay area for
the purpose of getting a variety of pictures.
lfrrful wir: C. Szulcalslti. A. Ncsen. D. Lillie. H Rowe. A. Griltln
Rau' 2: B. Carter, I, Black. B. Stranton. B. Clark, D. Mci tn,
IJ. Porter. H. Smith. Rink mn .' I.. Schroeder. B. Thal. M. Mana
hsn, D. Ingalsbe, Cicsas, D. Kfammsn. 1. fanute.
The Reelwinclers club, now numbering twenty.
has come a long way since its start in the tall of 19-i I.
The club is responsible for the showing of all the
moving pictures shown on the school projector. The
club has shown movies to science, language, histo-
ry, shop and several other classes.
lwfnl mn .' j. Muirv. IJ. Porter, 'I'. Miattluevxs, R. Bush. Ii. Rowe.
H. Anderson, limi mu .' XV. Mayhee, I.. Ijtsllinsitx V. Hayward,
IJ. MtAIpin M. Innes, B. Carter.
lfi-mn wuz : K, Sniallwnnd, S. Sosnick. H. Ellis, j. lumrence. F.
Harvey, Ron' 2: I. Osthotf. B. Mortenson. B. Glass, G. Eclmontl-
son, D. Oppcnlancler, G. Hergluncl. Bark rffzt .' j. Monroe.
D, Georgas, M. Stern, C. Hooper, I.. Kortxvright. Il. Bvrne.
P.-'itilf SFVFNTY-ON IZ
IIIZZY HIIIS Il HIIIHIES' Il!-XY
Bobbie Boget is seen eyeing the ice-cream, popcorn and These kids and squids who all donned baby
pretzel stand under the supervision of Mrs. Gerlach. attire were right in the swing of things.
Not spots before your eyes - just three clowns
seen galavanting around on Circus Day.
As if they didn't get enough of this in gym! I! Displaying flashy costumes, selected students parade
That's Coralie, pretzel fashion. before student body to find who's best dressed.
KIDS lllfl TINUE II T- P EAPEH5
This gal is courageously holding off the These Siamese twins get their mugs on paper.
advances of a wild and wooly beast. Paris artists wield the paint brush.
These two characters should be awarded Lincoln's
li for effort! Check the original costumes.
Rosie Galvan, Doris Kieser, and Cec Fernandez all He-man Don Rooker, singlehanded, viciously
grouped together for their daily gab session. attacks monkey-face Deer on Circus Day.
L..-...W - . . 4, . .. ,
Rau' 1: A. Claytung B. Teschg V. McDowell g j. Stuweg D. julmwn
N. Adamsg P. Switzer. Raw 2: F. Davisg P. Bamcsg F. Xlffeissf
M. Shumuteg D. lngalsbeg D. Shumateg M. Burkhart. Rau' 3: R.
Snilerg K. Visserg D. Christofersong M. Manahan: j. Kellerg M.
Shnnkg B. Frankling M. jacobsg J. Henke.
Razz' 1: Il. DiPietrug J. 'lllmuntong R. Burrg G. fill2lIl1l3CI'Sj M. Hess
li. Xvatsrmng H. Closseng R. Alarwn. Row 2: Cf. Dorsettg D. Henck
j. Gnagyg E. MfDevittg B. Bemdtg M. Hooper: J. Rilesg B. Gagliola
Raw 3: R. Why: V. Iustg M. Borden 5 E. Haskinsg H. Brinerg P. Penl
llnzesg B. Gilbert. Ro14'4.' R. Weidenfeldg P. 'Fhompsong M. Smith
B. Miles: P. Samuel: K. Kerrigang M. Ahdillq G. Graham.
Roz: I: E. Wfatsung B. DiPietrog B. Elliottg D. Greeneg N. Wfil
linmsg C. Rogers. Rau' B. Taylorg R. Donaldsong S Sosnick
j. Lamberlg O. Vim Dykeg D. Marshall. Razz' 3: C. Moncllg H. MCI
llorrnickg T. Tzmnerg A. Grirfang L. Legertong W. Emery: J. Rileg
l?f1u'.4: B. Hall, C. Troustg B. Mathewsg R. Bellg M. Hess:
Gaghoog G. Majersickg P. Pendazes. Row 5 .- B. Taskettg C. Dorsett
D. jarvisg I.. Rogersg B. fjusgroveg j. Bruseg B. Mohnsg D. Shumatef
Raw 6: M. Shoemakerg C. Bannerg J. Reuboldg K. Kerrigang M.
Hnoperg P. Thom song L. Hacker. Row 7: L. Schorder' M. Smith
Y. Westg B. Milzyg W. Rossg D. Mensenmayerg V.,'I'uskag
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Rau' I: L. Hnckerg D. Minzcnmayerg H. Benncttg B. Muhnsg F. Lof-
tusg V. Tuskag C. Monden 3 W. Frommcl 3 D. Greene. Row 2: Mar'
rinttg C. Bonnerg L. Schroedcrg j. Bruscg B. fjosgrovcg G. Crosbyg
S. Wilsong W. Rossg j. Reuboldg W. Emery. Rau' 3: W. Hall,
XV. Taskettg C. Trostg H. Mfffurmickg R. Bell: B. Mathcwsg K. Grrt-
tiths: R. Tnylnr.
Row 1: M. Aliniug rl. Dcasyg H. jungclausg I.. Wiglcg M. Stein
hauserg E. Blair. Rr2z1'2.' M. Bredesong B. Westg I.. Ashcg F. Truhan
D. Trnutg R. Uksilag J. Shcpardg D. Lane.
Brandt 3 T. Borchard 3 D. Childers g S. Shunsong
F. Unmackg P. Ireland. Ruu' 4: j. Dctchg K.
Mayfield' R. King: G. Campg V. Cfhigris
Luopcrg Liagusg N. Cooperg B. Robbinsg si
M. Hcaricksung j. Bertag R. Brickie.
Rau' 3: A. Brien: N
H. Brennan 5 B. Balscr
Kifschg K.. Hoopcrg M.
J. Myers. Rau' 5: ,I
Diarmmrlg M. Wfzxtcrs
Razr' I: C .Trostg R. Bellg M. Hessg W. Elliot: R. Donaldson. Row
J: L. Rugcrsg Y. XVestg P. Thompsong B. Gagliolog C. Bonner: W.
PAGE SEVENTY- FIVE
HULLI E UP HIS SLEEVES
Beaming into the camera is the advanced Glee who express Concentration again rates highg these gals in typewriting are
their joys in song every sixth period. too engrossed to get their faces in the picture.
Four more Lincoln students are busily engrossed in their
classwork, which happens to be Biology.
Rosie, Gloria, Camille, Bobbie and an anonymous face appear Mr. Melvin is caught waving his arms in an effort
busy with their comptometers in this shot, to keep the orchestra together.
ABE LI CIII. BUE5 TU WUHH
A familiar sight is the race for first chance at In this photo there are four energetic "cuisines" who
the delicacies offered by the cafe. are caught brewing their own viands.
Norma Busse is doing a good job of explaining to the girls'
gym teacher, Miss Downing.
I'hese commercial art students have all done an excellent Busily sewing dresses, suits and blouses are a group of girls
'ob in advertisin the various school activities. in one of Miss O'Donohue's sewin classes.
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GENERAL OFFICE STAFF
Burk roar: M. Borden, B. Wissing, I. Nelson, S. Shoulgonsky,
G. Miller, B. Helbush. Raw 2: E. Stuart, P. Bork, L. Robbins,
S. McDonnell, I. Kettler, W. Groves, P. Booth. Row 3.' K. Kirsch,
B. Morgtensen, J. Burman, 1. Ritchie, D. Stone, D. Fredricksen.
Frurlf i'r111'.' A. Schillin2, I.. Buck, j. Malstetl, G. Pearson, A.
Burnett, D. Byrne, D. Watson.
Main Office Staff
The Main Office Staff consists of a group of boys
and girls who volunteer their services to assist in
the office and who are interested in the welfare of
the school. Under the direction of Mrs. Grace
Easton,,school secretary, the students are given
thorough instruction in office procedure.
MAIN OFFICE STAFF
Franz! raw: S. Slioulgonskv. I. Bowe, G. Edmondson, J. Pibornig.
Rau' 2: S. Quamby, L. Robbins, P. Booth, M. Sorenson, D. Stone.
Barb raw: D. Fredrickson, D. Molby, E. Bruno, E. Richards,
D. Watson, D. Robinson.
Student Body Office
The Student Body Oflice, under the direction of
Miss Gleneice Silvia, takes care of bond, journal,
and ticket sales, library deposits, and money matters.
It is located to the right of the main office and is
open before school, usually from 8:15 to 8:30.
STUDENT BODY OFFICE STAFF I
Front row: C. Wood, F. Taylor. Bark row: L. Miramontes, P.
Thompson, B. Twitchell, D. Jacobson, H. Tanner.
With Bob Balliet, judge. and Mrs, Polly Mosby.
advisor, the Student Court capably takes care of all
student offenders. Offenders are brought before the
court due to summons given by the Block L Boys,
High Seniors, and the Student Body Officers. Their
penalties range from writing compositions to clean-
ing lockers and walls. Their objective is to keep law
and order about the school for the good of all.
f'. Cranfield, F. Taylor, B. Ballict, B. Ciourting, I. Gallisilorfei.
The junior Statesmen, under the able sponsorship
of Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, has been working most dili-
gently this past term. With jim Browne as presi-
dent, its growth and prominence has been growing
continually. The junior Statesmen's objective is
to promote student interest in governmental affairs.
enabling them to become well informed citizens of
the future. -
II VNIOR STATESMEN
liwfur muy' Al. Browne, B. Douglas, D. Porter, Bari wuz: B.
Carter. F. Harvev, M. Fry. S. Sommer, F. Rowe, S. Sturges.
SIKIENCE trim E IJ B 5
lfwrir mu : S. Lerner, S. Sosnick, I. Beckei. R. Reanies, R. -Broil
key. F, Pillsbury. Bari mu .' V. Richards. V Patton. D. Bittner.
B. Berndt, P. Gamble, P, Perkins. B. Carillon.
PAGE SEVF NTY-NIN E
Mr. Melvin's contented facial expression must mean some In a typical classroom study, we have Bob Haase and class
unusual musical harmony in his class. mates doing last minute homework.
Norma Busse, Joan MacPhee, and Margy Busterna are
deciding upon some weighty attendance problem.
Accompanied by the lilting airs of a phonograph, this gym Leo McIntyre seems to be amused at something on
' class does its folk dancing repertoire. the bulletin board, or was it just Cis?
Mr. Nill's Chemistry classes are again delving into the science Mr. Miossi is keeping a watchful eye on these young
of composition of matter. physiologists, who are conscientiously at work.
lack Kamena and jane Putnam seem absorhed in some type
of electrical experiment for Physics II.
Each period the library may be seen crammed with earnest Here is :1 shot of General Shop worl-ag radio and electricity
students diligently studying school work. are among the courses taught here.
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l.ff1Iw',leff.' ,Iudy learns Yogr. Riglaf: Luk IYIIIOLILICCS her many beaus to dad.
TALE JTEII LI nnL THESPIA 5
ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL
' 'WJUNIUH MISS"
I By JEROME CHODOROV 8: JOSEPH FIELDS
BASED ON TI-Ili STORIES BY SALLY BENSON
C A S T
in order of
Hlarry Graves.,.,.. .,,.... MORTY CULVERXVELI,
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Hilda ...... I ..,..,.,, .
Judy Graves ......... ..,,,,,,,,,,... J ANET SMITH
Fluffy Adams .....,. ...,.,,,. B EVERLY BROWN
J. B. Curtis .,.....,,.,,, ......,, N EWMAN FISHER
Willis Reynolds ..,,,,...
Barlow Adams .,...,,
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Haskell Cummings ,...
Western Union Boy ......,,v,,...
Merrill Feucrbuch ..,,,, ..
LUIS' Buy Frl6nLlS2
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Albert Kunody ,,,,.... ..,,.
Tommy Arbuckle ....,,,,,,.....
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lififuv' IMI: Lois antl one of her men. I.tu1ri.' Two lovehirtls. Rlglrlf ,l. li, tloesn't seem to upproxe.
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STAGE SMASH HIT 'JU IUH MISS'
Director .,,,,,.,..,....,..,,, .,,,,, lk Irs. ,loyce Wildnialn Choral Director ,,,.,..,. ,,,,. ..., Iv I iss Helen Cutlir
Assistant Director .,...........,,,., Murilyce McKean Business Manager, ,.,....,,...,,,, Mr. Williiiin Parker
Technical Directors ,,,...,,,.. ,,Mr. VUilber Russell Publicity 8: Program ,..... Mr. Armond DeMartini
Mr, WI, Dewitt Sanderson Poster ZR Cover Design .,,,, Miss Ethel Hulbert
Orchestra ,,,,,,. ,,...,,,,,, M r. George Melvin Makeup ,.,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,.,,.... ,,,,MlSS Marion Shepard
SYNOPSIS OF SCQENES
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ACT l ACT ll
Scent' l, An evening lute in Decemher Scene l. Christmas morning
Scene 2. Three hours later Scene 2. New Years Dill'
MUSICAL PROGRAINI INTERMISSION
Chorus with Crchestrni "Begin the Beguineu Urehestm. "New Iwfoon "..,,..,,,,,,,,,,...,., Romlzcig
Com Poivimt ACT III
Duet, "One Kiss ''.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,,. I"ir1w' Herberf The folloreiflg eiwlirlg
PAT THOMPSON 84 NANCY CitoMBU1u9 Overture
Chorus: Victor Herhert Favorites Between Acts l S Il: Chorus with Orchestra
The Star-Spangled Banner waves in the breeze as the On V-E Day the chorus sings a hymn of thanks for
National Anthem begins each rally. victory in Europe.
As ai symbol of faith and hope, thc cross atop Mt.
Davidson continues to inspire all.
What would rallies be without the band? Here they Led by the band, the entire student body marched down
are, snapped in action. to the Parkside Theater for a memorable rally.
l KC E FIGHTY-FOUR
PL EES I-KN EES
San Francisco by night, Ll city of inagic. A spot well "Wl1ut 11 day!" gasp dazed students as they stumble
known to Lineolnites: Twin Peaks by moonlight. out alter freedom rings .it 5:10.
Between classes Lincolnites saunter casually to and
from the shnclcs.
Shirley Bates flashes a smile for the cuinerumun ns she 5:10fThere's a mad rush for the door followed by
leaves Lincoln for the day. the afternoon glib session on the steps.
l THIS AI 'T I.
A few of the boys whip up some dainty numbers for
the warm summer nights at Larkspur.
To please the teacher has always been our main and
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A daily occurrence . . . taking L1 little stroll around
school during shack time fwith teacher's permission,
Table manners at Lincoln have always been of the
highest caliber, according to our model, "Emily Post."
with wpvlvgie-fro 'THIS AI 'T THE ARMY'
There is nothing our girls would rather do in their
spare time than fix parts for their Model A's.
Because of our double lunch period there's plenty of
time to wait our turn at the candy counter.
Because of the little time left in school, the seniors
are never absent from class.
Lincoln Mustangs relaxing on l.incoln's sun terrace
during one of our typical warm sunny days in between
dips in our spacious swimming pool.
Any disputes that arise in class are always settled in .1
peaceful and harmonious manner.
To the graduating seniors it seems that the new fresh-
men and sophs get smaller every year.
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B.'Wl1ite, L. Lane, R. Brennan. 2nd mum' H. Fnrchemer, Ci. Lane, D. Delvlello, CQ. Innes, --" 'l M-
D. Davenport, Di Tolleson, B. Tolt, G, Takis, R. Stewart, L. Cllamin. Bob DiPietro. 3rd ww: m
j. McGinty, H. Stone, C. Rogtrs, j. Hamilton, j. Pearlman, H. Riordan, j. Greely, B. Dineen,
I. Clarke, E. Clow, jf Marelicli. -Wh mzzu' R. Hunter, S. Hipschman, D, Bcnber, D. Coates,
'II Kelly, G. Drrrsett, li. Erates, ,l. Shonbeck, A. flementina, B. Nicolai, R. Diedericllsen,
LSTANE EHIDIHU "SHE TS"
HERB FORCHEMER BEN
Defending their 1945 triple-A grid crown, the Lin-
coln Mustangs immediately bumped into a solid wall
of bad luck, and when the moleslcins were tossed back
into the storeroomkthe Links were seventh in the
Dame Fate struck two dire blows upon the Sun-
setters, in their opening contest. Although they out-
played the Lowell Indians for four periods, the Abes
came out on the short end of a 6-0 score and with
their star fullback Bob DiPietro on the injured list.
With renewed vigor and attack, the Mustangs
chalked up 12 speedily won digits in the first half of
e Washington fray, only to have the Eagles push over
Q r intermission. As a result of the 13-12 defeat,
' alf Ray Stewart was on the injured list.
, IOE MARELICH
MCCORMICK DEAN DAVENPORT HAL STONE
Stull, No. 79, chases to n I. ell sfo s n ng t
F li' E H " II H ll" H
In their next tilt, history repeated iigyjffflnd the Lin-
coln team succumbed to Mission,Q -12. The Bears'
second conversion abgemptfvvaslblocked by a Mustang
lineman, butiihgejpjgskin careened through space and
landed in rms of a Mission endiwho happened
to be "Johnny on the sipotn in the end zone.
But at last fo tgwfmiied upon the Link grid ma-
chine, and it miie its debut in the victory column by
downing St. Ignatius. The Wildcats boastecy the cir-
cuit's strongest forward walls, but it was two Abe
linemen who turned the tide. Guard Chick Kelly
intercepted an Ignatian pass and rambled 35 yards to
paydirt. Pivot man Don Rooker played his usual sen-
sational game and was a thorn in the Wildcat's side
ALL-CITY DON ROOKER
BOB NWI-Il'I'E PAUL OLIVIER UM GREELY ELNIER CLOW GEQRGE TAKIS
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Rrordan whips around end for 11 first down in the Wgxsliingtrmn disaster
EST HES WI tr TWU
with his brilliant all-around work which even included
passing and receiving. Final score: Lincoln 7, St. Igna-
tius O. 3 p
'A Next, Coach' joe Marc-lich's men clashed with the
titfle-bound Poly Parrots and went down to a 12-0
defeat in the midst of a cloudburst. Braving the down-
pour, the Lincoln rooting section gathered outside of
the team's dressing room after the battle, and for
thirty soggy minutes cheered the gridders with school
sbngs -and yells.
'llhe Sacred Heart encounter drew the curtain on
the l-M campaign and saw the Mustang eleven resem-
bling the '43 championship contingent. With the
original line-up back in harness, the Link forward wall
Rogers tackles an S.I, man the hard way
ROY HUNTER CHARLEY JONES RAY STEWART "CHICK" KELLY BOB DIPIETRO
Rooker becomes eligible for pass and receives one for tenty-Eve yard gain
IJEPE SE UF 1943 TITLE
tore gaping holes in the Irish line through which Dick
Tolleson, Bob DiPietro, and Ray Stewart rambled off
literally miles of yardage. Final score: Lincoln 19,
Sacred Heart 0.
ln recognition of his great season performance,
Don Rooker was a unanimous choice for first string
all-city honors, while Chick Kelly attained third string
on many of the mythical squads. The Crimson and
Gold starting eleven was' composed of Elmer Clow and
Bill McCormick, endsig Dean Davenport and Paul .
Olivier, tacldesg Chick Kelly and Chuck Jones, guards ,ff
Don Rooker, center 5 Bill Riofqdlrnxxquartem 1
lesqn and Ray Stewart, alf sg 'and.Bol3""DiPietro, I 5' 'I'-
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Stewart 4154 l'ullow1- Stollis 1,101 ll'lfl'I'lCICllLC
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DON Dl',hlELl.fJ 4 if IERRY PEARLMAN I HARLEY DORSETT BILL RIORDAN DICK TOLLESON
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Ron' 1: Rolirer. Boyd, Perclew, Burns, Eynon. Vought, Oxborou,uh, McNimcl1. Row 2: Sullivan, Devine, Kern, 1.ordgLPeralta, DuFf, iVlottcin,'Amund
son. Row 3: Bishop, Sans, jackson, Abraham, Elder. Nelson, Wlilson, Grecntlale,
siii 5 Ill A I1
X . fall while- the varsity football agggegatibn is
' fgettingwall the glory, a team known as 'thee' "goefs," i
Vfeoafhed by "DOH: Mosby , ,Nl rp akesiiilsr bid for igficliron
fainc, but most of all for a certzirrtbing called experi-
'ence.'TheQteam's"roster is composed offfger classf'
naen, the stars of' the future. Y, ,
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jTlrel1545 editinjifof tlue eleven was not as successful
as its,figretlege3ss,QrsZ but this4!iwas'cffie to a late
practice. The'Golts' SC2lSOi1'l'CCOEd,iWflS'FfO-U1' games 'lost'
and one tied. The starting line-up consisted of Bob
Elder and Charlie Price at enclsg Bill Sans and Don
Koster at tacklesg DayejNelsonA and Oscar Peralta at
guarclsg Dick Abrahanilat center Paul Rohrer at quar-
terbackj Tom 'Greenclale and Glenn Vought at half-
- baclasg and Bucl Wfilson and Charley Lord, alternating
COACH "DOC" MOSBY CAPT. PAUL ROHRER
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Ihtici' thu .thlcguitlancc UfciUk1Ci1 Roy Ilictinrifiiwri.
I.im'oln's YC'UYf1d yuar of hoxing was a grvat silccc-Ss.
with more than l'i hon participating in thc sport. Nut
cquipment. cstahlishmcnt of the "Ring King" duh, a
picnic' at Alum Rock Park. and two out-of-town matfhtw
with Sequoia anti B4-llarmim' xvt-rc wmv of Nr. Dini-
Staxoriii Climax cams on blunt H wht-n tht'
S Night finals wcrt' held at thc S.F.,I.C. gvm
hcforc a Capacity Crt
nwti of 2500,
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Bark row: Pearlman, J., Taylor, T., Anderson, Ed, McKenzie, N., Ramstead, II., Elder, B., Rienecker, B.
From roux' Coffee, B., mgr., DiP1etro, B., Drolette, D., Dales, D., Munn, A., Clow, E., Diederichsen, R., coach. W
V HSITY II!-IIJEHS THIHII I TRIPLE
The Lincoln High varsity cagers, mentored by amiable Mr.
Roy Diederichsen, succeeded in nabbing a tie for third place
in their latest Triple A endeavors and also gained the distinction
of winning the San Quentin Invitational Tournament and taking
runner-up honors in the San Francisco IC. tourney.
Sparked by forward Elmer Clow and guard Ed Anderson,
each with 9 digits, the Crimson and Gold scanty-clads turned
back a talented Sacred Heartrive, 27-26, in their season debut.
With one victory under its belt, the Lincoln squad fell be-
fore Galileo's Lions feventual co-holder of the prep gonfalonj,
24-26. This one was really a tough one to lose, as the margin of
victory came via a "sudden death" basket after one overtime
period had been played.
Another classic was in the oflfing when the Mustangs tipped
off against the Washington Eagles and dumped them by a 28-
26 score. With forty-live seconds remaining in the game, Al
Munn stole the casaba and sped over the hardwoods to lay up
the tally that put Lincoln ahead. An instant later Ed Ander-
son whipped a pass to Clow, who dropped in the clinching
In an evening affair against Poly scoring seemed to be the
order of the day, the Abes winning, 45-24. Anderson meshed
17 points to lead the team in scoring, and was followed by
Herb Levin, who sent four Held goals and a charity toss through
TOM TAYLOR BILL McCORMICK ELMER CLOW
NAHHIJWLY ISS 19
Playing hustling ball, the Mission Bears almost slyed the
Links down to a mere walk, but the final pcorefavored the
locals, 29-25. Anderson led in the .scoring deE21,ptme,9t,yvgitfa 1-fl
markers. This was the-last game of the seasonffbr rangy Hgh
serious throat infeetfonf V AA f 1 ,My-.-' '
On the ensuing iW,eekf"fhe'Must'angs rafiftfheii' string of con-
secutive victories to four straight by whipping Commerce, 28- 1 9.
Then came the St. Ignatifis fracas.'Witl1out the services of
Levin, the Lincolnites had a difficult time in out-rebounding the
taller Saints and fell by the wayside in a 37-39 defeat. Munn,
with 14 points, and Bill McCormick, with 7, shone for the
The Sunsetters re-entered the win column a week later when
they bowled over Balboa by a 26-53 count. Anderson tanked 11
digits, and Munn swished 10.
The climax of the 1945 basketball campaign came in the final
game of the season and was played at night between Lincoln
and Lowell before a crowd of 7500 fans. The victor of this
tilt would share the league title with Galileo. Despite the absence
of Elmer Clow, who had suffered a broken wrist, the Mustangs
got off to a good start and held a narrow half-time lead. A fiery
barrage of baskets enabled the Cardinals to overcome the defif-ir
and eventually win by a scant point, 19-18. '
Levin, who had to leavtfschqol fo-fthree monthsvbgcanse' of ay.
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COACH ROY DIEDERICHSEN
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LI H5 PHD IDE H IH H ISINI3 AFTER UU S
in A.A.A. Competition
In the post season Red Cross Benefit triple bill held at the
Civic Auditorium, the l.incoln-Washiirgton tilt stole the show.
After three overtime periods had elapsed and the score still stood
knotted at 25 all, Coaches Diederichsen and Bussenius decided
to call the game a draw, much to the disappointment of the
10,000 people attending.
Throughout the second half of the season Tom Taylor filled
out Levin's spot at center, while Bob DiPietro and Dick Dales
also saw plenty of action. For his outstanding and consistent
performance Al Munn gained all-city recognition, while Ed
Anderson made second stringg Bill McCormick third g and Elmer
Clow honorable mention.
BASKETBALL ACTION PAGE
tlnsets on opposite pagej
Upper' loft: Bob Sprattling, Lincoln 150's center, iumps for hall in
Lowell game. Center: Bob DiPietro battles for rebound in Red Cross
henerit against Washington held at Civic Auditorium. Right: Mustanfl
guard Ed Anderson pushes one through the mesh in the Polv contest.
Middle vow, lofi: Les Brilliant, of the junior Ahes, leaves the hard-
woods after the casaha. Abazef All-City Sid Meverson lavs un two
points after stealing ball from Polv opponent. Below: An unidentified
Colt hustler matches height against a darker clad St. Ignatian. Rinlifs
Anderson fakes otf Kennedv's in the S.I. tilt. Bynum rout, fell: Springy
Herb Levin retrieves the ball 05 of the backhoard over the Rllilfdillu
of two Missionites. Center' Elmer Clow, forward, goes into contor-
tions in order to rack up a tallv against the Bears. Rigbzs Anderson
and Tom Taylor convince Washingtiiniiins that three is it crowd.
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Firf! rffzzx' Clemcntina, A., Clarke, j., Levanson. M., Sands, B.. Marelich, J., coadn it
.S'vr'f1mlr01l': Trieber, B., Peters, B., Brilliant, L., Meyerson, S., Wriglit, DI., Greenberg, B.
M STANE MIGHTY MIDBET5 EA DEH
PAGE ONE HUNDRED
Suffering seven defeats as against three wins, Coach joe,Mare-
lichls 130-pound casabateers did not fare so well as their big
brothers in the latest edition of A.A.A. cage wars. The outcome
found the "Mighty Midgets" in fifth place, but only after losing
In the inaugural tilt of the season the Links coasted to an easy
32-14 victory over Sacred Heart, but on the following week lost
to Galileo, 16-17. Washington bowed to the Twenty-fourth and
Quintara boys, 27-28, and then Poly trampled the local pro-
teges, 29-14, to terminate the play in the fall term. The Mus-
tangs started the spring semester off with a bang by upsetting
Mission, 26-23. Then disaster struck and in their remaining
encounters the Sunsetters succumbed to Commerce fin an over-
timej, 24-27g St. Ignatius, 26-425 Balboa 35-44, and Lowell,
Throughout the campaign the Lincoln quintet was led by
Sid Meyerson, captain and forward, who attained first string
all-city honors and potted a total of 74 points. Sid was followed
in scoring by the guards Bob Peters and Les Brilliant, each of
whom received honorable mention. Pivot man Bob Trieber and
forward Jerry Wright played good defensive ball and were aided
by reserve Bob Spratling in the rebounding department.
I . A Ap Q5
iiiiiifiau Piiiiiiiiiiiiklilililiiiiiliis EASABA DEB T
The 120-pound Colt aggregation did not fare as well
as did its smaller brothers. Mentored by Al Munn, the
120's garnered only one win and dropped the rest of
their tilts by very close scores. Bob Levy and Stan
Bacon, forwards, Ray Eckart, Center, and Walt
Thompson and jack Neumayer, guards, comprised the
first string. Considering the fact that the 120-pound
scantyclads had no gym in which to Practice, they
must be commended, as their performance was far
better than their record indicates.
Howell, j.. 'lihoi'nt0n, I., Neuineyer. I., Swenson, S., Arnsbarger, G
Quinlan, B., Doctor, D., Bacon, S., Rogers, B., Murry. F., Echert, R.,
Thompson, W., Levy, R.
Coached by Ed Anderson, the Lincoln High 110-
pound basketball team broke even in its 1944 season
by hanging up four victories and losing four. The
quintets that bowed to the Colt squad were Mission,
Commerce, Sacred Heart, and Washington. Bill Ham-
mons led the little Links in scoring for the entire sea-
son with 56 points, followed by Walt Stevens with 49.
The starting five consisted of Hammons and Stevens
at forwardsg Steve Leach at center, and Bill Bacon,
Don Stewart or Leo Schwab, guards.
Glomer, K., NVebbei'. L., Piercy, K., lleigal, R., Mciforinick, D.,
Anderson, E., Ross. W., Mehl, Leach, S., jones, S., Stewart, D.,
Stevens, W., Van Dyke, G., Ruth, Mortenson, R., Bacon, B.,
PAGE ONE HUNDRED ONE
130-POUND SCORES OF
.....26 place in the "Round Robin" Class "A"
Fran! row: Feldman, S., Kilpatrick, R., Courting, R., Duncan. R. Risvold R. Hess
Row 2: Balanesi, G., Clow, E., Toft, R., Winteroud, J., Hass, R., Fryer, K.: Stang, Pi,
ner, A., Fischer, IN., Phillips, R., Anderson, D., Elder, R., Martin, D., Neumeters
Fishstrom, D., Windhorst, D., Majersik, C., Brady, P., Zais, M. Bamford, R. Kean
Back row: Diederichsen, R., Goodenough, D., Bush, R., Pearsori. D., Russel,,R., Bran
ham, B., Casey, S., Ohlssen, C. . .f
Lincoln's 1945 unlimited cindermen, lwefe'
despite a small roster, garnered a fourth A1 Runner, who
Polytechnic ...,................ 27W
Lowell ......... ..... 2 2
LINCOLN ..... Zlw
Washingtorn ...... ..... 1 2
Mission ....... ..... 7
Commerce ..... ..... 2
Galileo .. 2
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWO
league and a fourth in the "All-City"
meet. In the latter, Mr. Diederichsens
boys were led by Poly with 73, Lowell
SSM, Balboa 14, and Commerce 14, to-
taled IOM points themselves, and were
followed in respective order by Gompers,
Mission and St. Ignatius, and Washing-
ton and Galileo. The Mustangs who
Lynn Day of Lincoln and Cotillo of Poly in
Paul Wheeler, star 120-pound 220 man me
joe Greggans 130-pound 100 yard dark man takes a
.- - -. 5 .
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s 1 .
A 4 'a A
M., Pappas, G., Leech, S.
amstead, J. Row 3 .'
., Willifort, L. Raw 4:
ndrews, B., Brennen, R.
W, R., Baldwin, I., Abra-
i ..'3, C..
IOVZ score were
Fft1rll101L'.' Brown, R.. Wflmcder, P.. Webet', l.., Bacon, S., Dowling. I., Macllctli. K., Vouglit. G.
Rz1u'2.' Brodkcy. R., Mishne. R.. Oldricli, DeNevers, V., Day, I... Coffman. R.. Howell. J..
Hotfman, j. Rau' 3: l-lamman. B., Gauley. QI.. Qopelantl, Rl,,l.ery. R., Fox, j., Unmack, .
Stewart, D. Rauf 4: Stevens, W.. Martin. F.. Wilkins, G., l-tidman, j., looper, D., l.mx1. 5-.
liarillion, R. Bark wuz' Holm. A.. Beigel, A., Mihath, I.., Pnnz. P. j. -
'LIl3HTIES'4thI IIITY EET
Hardworking Mr. P. J. Prinz once
again molded strong 120 and 150 pound
track teams, each of which placed fourth
in the dual meet schedule and the All-
City final. Mon Surian of the 130's de-
fended successfully his 220 title of 1944
by waltzing to victory in 23.-1 seconds.
joe Greggans, century mang Bob Nicolai,
440, DeL0s Smith, low hurdlerg and
jack Neumayer, high jumper, all took
third places, and Charley Gard 11 fourth
in the broadjump. The relay team, con-
sisting of Greggans, Hondorf, Surian.
and Nicolai came in second best and
boosted the Colts' score to ZIVZ points,
6 less than Poly, who won first place.
Without the service of Paul Wlmeeler,
who was a cinch to win the 220, the l20's
scored only 10 points through the second
places of Ken Unmack in the 100 yard
dash, Glen Vought in the furlong, and
fourth place of the relay squad of Vought,
Day, Wlmeeler, and Unmack.
Flon: row: McNaulty, j.. Spearson. F., Haulendorf, E., Hewitt, B., Smith, D., Surian, N.,
Gard, C. Rau' 2.' Fletcher. A., Neumeyer, B., Reames, R., Timmons, B., flcmintini, A., Nicolai,
B., Sommer, R., Greg1ns,j. Row 3: Hoffman, I., Sihner, H., Dorsctt, C., Skillicorn, B., Oiakian,
C., Koehler, Cf., McNuton, T. Burk 1'01z'.' Brock, B., Dobbs. L., Paer, J., Quillinan. H.,
Prinz. P. j.
QOAFH P. VI. PRINZ
PAGE ONE HUNDRED THREE
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LXMIQI4 5 Ur 3 tslykligi. 5, QAEQL 9504?
Z . " 'VW 8444 vi-MQ" 1 'll NEB!
Sfurlzlifzg lefl to rigkl: Elmer Clow, Don Payne, Bill Riordon, Bob Payne,
jet" Pearlman. P ck' Ro , ,I ' G ld, I' M4 4 , Bnb DiP'tu
,ry I ap yn gers any o im mrtmm 5 ier .
lXfIL't'll!1:E,' Bob Andrienl, Ronald Keifer, Tom Teshara, Whit Stryker, Fred-
. eruk Gill, Len Stone, Elliot Fraser.
DON PAYNE LEN STONE
LHARLEY "PAC KY" ROGERS
PAGE ONE HUNDRED FOUR
B SEB LI.-fllVIEHIIIfl'S
Though losing seven games and winning but three, Coach Dick Ryall's
Mustang diamond men provided many uncomfortable mo-ments to all oppo-
sition in their 1945 season.
In its inaugural encounter the Link nine fell before the mighty paw of the
champion Mission Bear by a L0-3 count. jerry Gold, right fielder, blasted
out three hits in three trips to the plate, and pitcher Bob DiPietro hit two
for three. '
Behind the masterful relief twirling of Elmer Clow, who had his left
arm in a cast for the entire season, the Mustangs pummeled Lowell, 10-7.
Clow hit three for three, Teshara got two for four, and "Deef" walloped
out a circuit blow,
Clow won his second game of the campaign over the hapless Samuel
Gompets aggregation to the tune of a 15-2 victory.
Pitcher Bob Wentworth of Sacred Heart allowed the Crimson and Gold
horsehiders but three bingles, those three collected by DiPietro, whose team
went down to a 9-3 defeat.
Errors wrought disaster upon the Lincolnites in the Poly tilt and although
they outhit the Parrots, the local boys succumbed, 5-6. Clow hit two for
three, and Strycker, two for four.
Tuff wfzv: Clow connects in S. H. tilt. Coach Dick Ryall. Gold buffs into first base. Bffizxinz mzr: Payne digs for first. DiPietro slides into third base.
St. Ignatius had a held day against the men of Ryall' and took advantage
of their eleven hits and many Link "bobbles"to chalk up a 12-4 win.
lfor the first time in the season the Abes were victims of a shutout at the
hands of Wasliington's Irv Keller. The score: 3-O.
One shaky inning against Galileo turned victory into a 5-2 defeat for the
Mustangs. Packy Rogers, first sacker, swatted two singles, and DiPietro hit
one for two.
Up against the fast-balling of Commerces "Satchel" Dials, the Lincoln
nine could get only three hits-two of which were Don Payne's and
After dropping six games in a row, the Sunsetters finally got back in the
win column by dumping Balboa, 9-6. Payne, Rogers, and Stone all fattened
their batting averages. '
When the season terminated, Elmer Clow, the one-armed wonder, and
Bob DiPietro led the Crimson and Gold batting parade with averages of .425
and .400, respectively. Both were prominent in the "big ten" of the Triple
A batters, and both were placed on the All-City team.
ELMER CLOXV BOB DI PIETRO
HOB ANDREINI TOM TESHARA
PAGE ONIZ HUNDRED FIVE
U H if
High Snhnul Spnrts Page nf the Air
Something new was added to San Francisco's
prep sporting scene when, in February, the "High
School Sports Page of the Air" began its series of
Thursday evening broadcasts over station KYA.
The program, with its thirty minutes of individual
school reports, predictions, interviews, and awards
was finally set to be aired at 7:30 P.M. Bill Brown,
manager and sports editor of KYA, supervised the
new show which had as its Don Pitts of
Lincoln. Don Goo-denough and Bert Greenberg,
also of Lincoln, were respectively announcer and
Mustang reporter. "Sports Page" fans are promised
an even bigger and better program with the coming
of the fall term.
PAGE ONE HUNDRED SIX
Raw 1: Leanard, B., Kirkwood, A., Stratten, D., Goodenough, D.,
Pearl, l- Row 2: Fisher, N., McNaughton, T., Maiersik, C., Bush,
R., Glenn, F., Hass, B., Banford, L., Rau' 3: Gard, C., Shenson,
M., Green, T., Atkinson, F., Mahoney, D-1 Sturges, S. Row 4: Van
Raam, G., Hayden, D., Hondorf, E., Lister, H., McNulty, J.,
Streckfus, C., Lynn, S.
Nineteen forty-four may be written down in
Crimson and Gold annals as the most successful
soccer season enjoyed by the Lincoln eleven in its
five years of A.A.A. strife.
With Coach P. Prinz at the helm, the Zebras
racked up a record of two wins, two ties, and three
losses, which placed them in a tie for fifth place at
the end of the campaign. The three squads strong
enough to stem the Crimson and Gold tide, were
Mission, Poly, and Galileo. The latter ultimately
became the champion but had a difficult time in
hurdling the Links until it tallied twice in the final
minutes of play to win, 2-0.
'Ir ir uk
A first period goal by Monroe Hess gave the boys
their initial win over Washington. The other V-day
occurred in the Commerce tilt, which the Prinz men
took, 6-1. The contests that ended all knotted up
2-2 were the Gompers and Balboa frays. Best rea-
sons for Mustang success were Sig Knopf, Monroe
Hess, Vic Jones, Gil Fredericks, Pete Brady, Char-
lie Grant, Roy Phillips, Chuck Streckfus, Dale Mar-
tin, Dick Willet, Bert Greenberg, and many others.
With numerous veterans returning, the boys look
forward to an even better season in '45.
Row 1.' Gagliolo, B., Grant, C. Row 2.' Wilson, E., Brady, IP.,
jackson, R., Incgo, G., Koenig, L., Brandow, R. Row 3 : Kilpatrick,
R., Martin, D., Chagman, P., Neumayer, B., Willet, D., Green-
ber , B., Hess, M., ihner, H. Raw 4: Frederick, G., Taylor, F.,
Dofbsf L., Anderson, D., jones, V., Timmons, B-L UI1r11HCk. K-5
Mountanos, M. Fr-nm, kneeling: Knopf, S., Capt.
Top Rvu' left tu vigbl: Al Munn. Ed Anderson, Bob Triebcr, Dick
Dales. Botfom wuz le!! to righlf Loren Cochrun, Frank Davis, Paul
Harsh, Dick Newhnuse.
Enjoying their best season to date, Abraham Lin-
c0ln's swimmers knocked off a third place berth in
the lightweight division of the city meet, while the
unlimiteds trailed in seventh place.
The majority of the Mustangs' lightweight points
were scored by the 130-pound team, which won the
150-yard medley relay with a squad composed of
Dick Stratfull, Merv Shenson, and Bob Gehring.
Stratfull took a second in the 50-yard backstrokeg
Shenson took a third in the breaststrokeg and the
200-yard relay team placed fourth. The 12O's 200-
yard relay men glommed third place, and Ron Cut-
1er's and Ray Eckert's second and fourth, respective-
uk 'Ir it ak
ly, in the diving department, gave the "lighties" a
total of 34 points.
In the unlimited bracket the Abes could muster
only 4 points. Ralph Meyer, 50-yard free styler, had
bad luck and hit the rope several times but man-
aged to take a fifth, while Bud Wolle got the same in
the breaststroke. The 800-yard relay team was also
Congratulations to Bob Pederson, of the fe
"Y," who coached the Link mermen, job
well done. However, even better re are ex-
pected next year. -
J Lrf 1. f
S WIMM ING
Cutler K Mondnn R u 2 Qlane R c
R. Meyerg W. Krackerg H. Mooneyg Coach J. lv
J. Beyer, I.. Weaverg B. Gehringg B. Von Kc
M, Shenson, D. Stratfull.
Rau' I.' J. Chudy Q W. Reese: G. Steilg ,antnrg F.
R.. gl. .o':J., g.Eki
Highlighting their current campaign, the Lincoln
novice tennis team chalked up a clean sweep in the
finals to take the first annual city novice champion-
ship. Netters Ed Anderson and Al Munn sparked
the team to victory, taking the doubles title. The
other racqueteers who garnered points for the Crim-
son and Gold were: Dick Drolette, Bob DiPietro,
Pete Brady, jay Thomas, Rod Brennan, Elmer Clow,
and Dick Gorman. Outstanding in the senior class
was Dick Newhouse. The boys were ably coached
by Mr. jim Livingstone of the English department,
who is quite a star himself.
PAGE ONE HUNDRED SEVEN
PAGE ONE HUNDRFIJ lilGll'I'
R. O. T. C. COMPANY A
D. Morris. Rau' 2: 1. Perkinsg B. MacGurng S. Alleng C. Richardsg
127. Amyilieeg H. Smithg C. Fisher. Silliug: D. Marshallg R. Durking
. Gore i.
lVI HTML MUSTANBS
Under the able leadership of Colonel Robert Court-
ing, Lieut. Colonel Taylor Hutchinson, and Adjutant,
Captain Norman Gotelli, the R.O.T.C. has shown
rapid improvement during the past semester, and has
advanced at a pace of which Lincoln may well be proud.
"A" Company, which is under the capable direction
of Captain Pete Browning and Lieuts. Robert Durkin
and Donald Marshall is a heavy contender for this
year's Marshall Trophy.
2nd Lt. Znd Lt. 2nd Lt.
FINLEY BOEGERSHAUSEN KAMENA
Raw 1: E. Swcttg J. Lambertg B. Cohng D. Christensong D. Davisg
1 . ..
R. 0. T. C. COMPANY B
Row I: B. Bakcrg P. Krvkezas, Rau' 2: H. Goldstcing J. McDougal.
Raw 3: VI. Johnsong CI. Gieetcrg nl. Huston: R. Mileyg J. Kimbleg A,
Fihishg dl. Belasco. Row 4: R. Pillsburyg V. Haywardg B. Freeman:
H, Harris: D. Coltrellg E. Erbelg R. Madden: A. lngle. Xiftifzgx R.
Erifksorig T. Hutchinwng J. Mohnsg E. Wilsfmn.
SULIIIEHS IN EMBHYU
the downgrade, this year is making an attempt to at-
tain the record left by Capt. Letche. Thanks to this
progress can be given to Capt. James Mohns and Lieuts.
Errol Wilson and Pete Erickson.
"C" Company, as in past semesters, is the most con-
spicuous of the battalion, and although it is not always
first, it rates a strong second. In its command are Capt.
Don McCaw, and Lieuts. Ted Hansson and jack Buck-
MAIOR QARENCE WOODBURY
Capt. Kant. lst Lt. . lst Lt. Clol. Capt.
MOHNS BULKLEY HAVENS HANSSON CIOURTING MCCAXV
PAGE ONE HVNDRED NINE
Presentation of the Marshall 'froplw to Co. "C
R. O. T. C. COMPANY C
Row I: J. McGintyg C. Szukalskig H. Stroupe. Raw 2: C. Petersong
Al, Browneg S. Millerg D. johnseng D. Greeneg B. MeLancong j.
liaylerg R. Jacobson. Row 3: D. Farrerg R. Seebag G. Craigg XV.
Hamiltong H. Warreng F. Harvcyg A. Zieglerg R. Vtegaaro. Row 4:
F. Blaineg O. Andersong K. McQlueencyg R. Szukalskig J. Chalkerg
B. Colgroveg D. Millerg B. Kappa many I. Philips. Sflffrlgl T. Hans-
snng D. Mcflawg II. Buckley.
UFPIIIEH5 AND ME
"D" Company, captained by our student body presi-
dent, Fred jackson, assisted by Lieuts. Fred Havens and
Gene Buck, is fast becoming the pride of the battalion
in every type of teaching.
Because of Sgt. Lynclfs departure, the rifle team
found it difficult to redeem last year's honors but is con-
fident of a successful future.
Lincoln is proud to receive capable SfSgt. Boggs,
lst Lt. 1stLt. lst Lt. Capt. Znd Lt. Lt. Col.
ERIC KSON DURKIN MARSHALL IACKSON LEGERTON HUTCHISON
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TEN
R. 0. T. Ci. BAND
Ruiz' I: R. flnzieg N. Footcg XV. Elliotg R. Gerhardtg A. Griffing
I.. Rogers. Row 2: R. Mcflormickg W. Taskettg H. Closson1 S.
llzirnessg R. Phillipsg R. Rowe. Rau' 3: W. Murrayg D. McKinley:
li Kingq R. Cfopelandg C. Trostg N. Willia1nsgB. Kelleyg R. Donaldf
son Rau' 4 .' I.. Legertnng C. Eberhardtg R. Jarvis: G. Bzlrnesg
K.. Turnerg S. Coleg S. Sc1snikgW. Ross: lvl. Hess: R. Bell g T. Tanna.
HUTII HHYTH BUYS
who has replaced the equally capable Sgt. L. R. Lynch,
recently honorably discharged from the Army. Under
the guidance of SfSgt. Boggs, Lincoln's progress is cer-
tain to receive "honor" rating.
Thanks to the efforts of Mr. George C. Melvin and
Drum-Major, Capt. Tom Tanna, the band, as well as
the R.O.T.C., has an established past, n colorful pres-
ent, and 21 promising future.
Maioi Kant. Cant. Cam.
. l Ll. lst Ir
GOTEI.I.l BROWNING WILSON TANNA IQCCK Hfss
PACL OlNl' Ill NDRYD IITN FN'
Row J: N. Busse, E. Houser, M. Dahl, B. Lutz, B. Remington, B
Janx. Raw 2: S. Shoulgousky, C. Trusty, D. Wealington, G. Miller
Mackinnon, D. Rose, M. Frye. Raw 3: M. Borden, M. Borden,
. Ghisolfo, A. Wiclestrom, F. Ghisolfo, F. Neto, D. Galli. Raw 4:
. Westwater, J. Fairfield, D. Georgas, J. Burrnan, F. Washburn
Crosby. Rau' 5: D. Dobson, G. Quast, J. Anduza, A. Guidera
Byrne, J. Kull, B. Sturtevant.
Row 1: J. Green, M. Ohr, M. Norenso, P. Dahl, P. Kempel, N. Mca
Cabe. fl. Tusty. Row 2: S. Sugoskey, V. Patton, V. Just, J. Douglas,
E. McLachlan, M. Hodd, K. Peterson, J. Shepherd, G. Miller, B.
Helbush. Row 3: B. Gill, B. Stewart, J. Anderson, P. Ireland, W.
Drew, F. Netto,.J. Salli, M. Smith, M. Douglas, T. I-Iomback.
Ron' 4: K. Schmidt, C. Evans, F. Washburn, J. Stewart, M. Oyen,
P. Edwards, A. Valimer, D. Minzenmayer, L. Dixon, R. Hance
Row F: K. Black, B. Pritchard, B. Jamhold, Hicking, M. Gaven
G. Ninnis, R. Rebok, J. Weff, V. Schigris. Row 6: B. Eisen, J. Frucht.
I. Albert. G. Quast, G. Fryrer, Z. Greenberg, J. Jelman, J. Berta,
M, Barnes, I. Bieberdorf.
flBE'5 fl AZU S
In the fall term there were six after-school sports.
They were divided into two groups. Basketball, tennis
and golf running the first half of the term and, because
of the weather, tumbling, ice skating and dancing took
place the last half of the term. Rhumba, tango and
Congo were taught in place of the usual folk dances.
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWELVI2
Ron' 1: fPicture unidentifiedl, B. Mohns, B. Borden, M. Borden
A. Crooks, J. Alverson, J. Cooper. Row 2: R. Fredrickson
B. Green, M. Jonas, C. Pennington, D. Rose, J. MacKinnan, G
Miller, B. I-Ielbush. Rauf 3: D. Strom, F. Dickson, J. Sorenson
R. Rebok, J. Pebernig, J. Williams, D. Gradt, A. Stelling, T. Gage
M. Fay. Row 4: L. Klaster, B. Richards, M. Smith, J. Fairfield
B. Raiss, A. Wickstrom, F. Glisalfa, D. Galli, B. Witrfich. Rawl5.
V. Punett, I. Bochard, I. Maltseff, C. Hardy, J. Burman, J. Smith,
V. Chegres, G. Ninnes, J. Thompson. Razz' 6: S. Schaumleffel, I.
Hartaight, D. Melby, D. Dobson, D. Byrne, L. Blenn, D. Beach
Row I: D. Stone, G. Crosby, B. Remington, B. Jenks, M. DeSevery
B. Watson, R. Damena. Row 2: L. Ames, J. MacKinnon, A. Singer
C. Sassoon, R. Fredrickson, P. Thomson, P. Stuck, K. Bittner, L. Prnt!
Row 3: B. DeBoer, J. Sorenson, J. Anduza, P. Watson, N. Buckner, J
Quanmby, B. Franklin, J. Thompson, Raw 4: D. Dicsnn, I. Downs
V. Pundt, L. Goldkuhi, H. Tanner, I.. Peralta, I. Tainter, B. Sturde:
vart, V. Tuskn, D. Crouch.
PL Y B SEB LI.,
Twenty-four talented tumblers put on a very inter-
esting show for the Girls' Athletic Association.
Doralee Frederickson has again won the tennis cup
for her performance in the fall tournament.
The officers who made the term so successful were
President, Shirley Purvisg Vice-president, Barbara
Row I: tUnirlentiried,b, L. Koster, R. Bosio, B. Berndt, B. Rusz.
Row 2: B. Larson, N. Crook, A. Kcmme, V. Patton, M. Baker, P.
Thompson. Rau' 3: P. Watsrmn, M. Smith, D. Stone, D. Fredrickson,
A. Quidera, H. Tanner, V. Tuska.
ROIl' 1.' M. Ohr, M. Nozenso, P. Dahl, P. Kempel, N. McCabe
C. Trusty. Row 2: S. Sugoskey, V. Patton, V. Just, J. Douglas
E. McLachlan, M. Hood, K. Peterson, J. Shepherd, G. Miller, B.
I-Ielbush. Rvu' 3: B, Gill, B. Stewart, J. Anderson, P. Ireland,
W. Drew, F. Netto, J. Snlli, M. Smith, M. Douglas, Homback.
Row 4: K. Schmidt, fl. Evans, F. Washluurn, J. Stewart, M. Oyen,
P. Edwards, A. Vallmer, D. Minzenmayer, L. Dixon, R. Hance.
Roux 5: CUnidentitiedJ, B. Pritchard, B. Jambold, N. Hicking, M.
Gaven, G. Ninnis, R. Rebok, J. Wfulff, V. Chigris. Row 6: B. Eisen,
J. Frucht, I. Albert, G. Quzist, G. Fryer, Z. Greenberg, J. Elman,
J. Bertn, M. Barnes. I. J. Bieherdorf.
Row 1: Walker, M., Embree, B., Toth, C., Brannan, E., Kelsey, J.
Row 2: Mann, M., Baker, J., Mcffhesney, I., Sorenson, M., Will-
iams. Row 3: Sorenson, J., Buffington, C., Vollmer A., Driscoll, S..
Ninnis, G., Rebnk, R.
Rum I : V. Just, J. Douglas, M. Ohr, B. Mohns, L, Srhrolder, J. Hoc,
Rau' 2: C. Pennington, B. Richards, D. Kinsey. I. Maltseff, M. Mana-
han. ll. I-Iurdy. Row 3: I. Albert, S. Schaumleffel, F. Dichson, J.
W'illiams, J. Pibernig, M. Oyen. Ron' 4: E. Elliot, J. Badgen, V.
Wfarren, M. Gavin, D. Melhy, I. Bieberclort.
TENNIS, ULLEYB LL, B SIIETBIILL
Sturtevantg Secretary, Vera Just, Treasurer, Ann Gui-
dera, and Yell Leader, Elaine Elliott.
The spring term found the G.A.A. plus the other
,girl athletes in full readiness for a term of activity
Advanced tennis under the direction of Mrs. Sul-
livan kept the tennis girls constantly on their toes.
Seventh period volleyball under the direction of
Miss Meyer challenged the boys of seventh period to
three games of volleyball. The boys won two and the
girls won one. The after-school volleyball played 21
round-robin and the juniors, led by Blanche Corville,
PAGIT ONIS IIIINIBRITD TIIIRII I N
Raw I: J. Miller. Rau' 2: D. Moran, G. Pithy, R. Patsel, D. Bittner,
E. Blair, B. Birk, B. Cofville, E. McLachlan, L. Haugen. Raw 3:
A. Murphy, H. Kretz, P. Huey, H. Walker, J. Bruse, J. Durie, P.
Peterson, R. Frederickson, M. Mercer. Row 4: D. Prosser, B. Green,
P. Hoffman, B. Helbush, L. Robins, J. Borchard, B. Wittrich, B. La-
ten. Row 5: D, Robinson, D. Strom, S. Purvis, J. Thompson, M. Bus-
terna, L. Crocker, M. Douglas. Raw 6: C. Barthold, N. Hall, D. Mein-
senmeyer, D, Byrne, L. Peralta, D. Watson, D. Beach, C. Thormad.
Row I: P. Huey, E. Grissom, B. Gross, D. Lucero, M. Fry, C. Pen-
nington, S, Applebaum, L. Prout. S. Stuart. Row 2: A. Ames, P.
Kettler, B. Price, L, Holstein, N. Davidson, V. Lawrence, E. Zias
L. Schroeder. Row 3: E. Brock, V. Valente, I.. Buck, L. Nagle, D.
Paccioretty, M. Jacobson, K. King. Row 4: E. Elliot, P. Brown,
A. Jones, D. Georgas, L. Cartwright, J. Solache, M, Martorella
won. They will receive a two-pound box of candy at
the G.A.A. tea.
Miss Downing kept her softball group busy during
the term. A double round-robin tournament took
place during the weekly meetings after school. The
winning team under Captain Ann Guidera will re-
PAK I' ONE HUNDRED FOURTEEN
Row Z: B. Embry, M. Walker, E. Houser, M. Dahl, B. Bernclt,
M. Ohr, B. Lutz. Row 2: P. Stuck, M. Baker, C. Trusty, P. Dahl,
B. Green, M. Bredeson. Rauf 3: B. Price, J. Douglas, V. Just, E.
Zais, P. Thompson, S. Applebaum, I. McChesney. Raw 4: R. King,
A. Vallmer, M. Marcallino, B, Miller, D. Stone, D. Fredrickson.
Row 5: D. Georgas, G. Quast, H. Rich, M. Gavin, J, Clarke,
I. Albert, H. Tanner.
Row 1: 1Picture unidcntitiedJ, B. Mohns, M, Borden, M. Borden,
A. Crooks, J. Alverson, J. Cooper. Ron' 2: R. Fredrickson,
B. Green, M. Jonas, C. Pennington, D. Rose, J. MacKinnan, G.
Miller, B, Helhush. Raw 3: D. Strom, F. Dickson, J. Sorenson,
R. Rebok, J. Pebernig, J. Williams, D. Gradt, A. Stelling, T. 'Qage,
M. Fay. Rau' 4: L. Klaster, B. Richards, M. Smith, J. Fairheld,
B. Raiss, A. Vlfickstrom, F. Glisalfa, D. Galli, B. Wittrich. Rougi:
V. Punett, J. Bocharcl, I. Maltsell, C. Hardy, J. Burman, J. Smith,
V. Chegres, G. Ninnes, J. Thompson. Raw 6: S. Schaumlelfel, L.
Hartaight, D. Melby, D. Dobson, D. Byrne, I.. Blenn, D. Beach,
ceive a box of candy.
Also a play day was arranged with Lowell and the
Lincoln girls took Lowell 14-8 and 24-10 in both the
Circus Day brought alleout cooperation from the
G.A.A. They organized the games for Circus Day.
Vigorous exercise is what keeps a person physically tit--at least that's
the old line. So . . . these gals are right on the beam as they bounce
the ball around. Yolley ball is only one of the sports these energetit'
girls can play,
l.incoln's girls are not to be outdone bv the boys in sports ability.
Here we see a group of athletic lovelies in the middle of a came of
xolleybnll. Nothing like .1 stirring game in the wind and log to keep
your vitality up to par.
One, two, threef-hop, One, two, threefhop. Does the rhythm strike
n familiar chord in your ear? Yes? Then you are a seasoned member
of the well-known art of the Schottish dance. The dance has several
variations, and the one pictured above is known as the Triple
Ever been to South Amerita? Well. why bother. 'lust drop into Room
101 and watch the gym classes form a conga line tor a touch ot the
South. One, two, threefkitkl One, two, three-kick! just hang on v
.ind you're hound to get it!
IEE SKATE, BUWI. I-llllll TUMBLE
Helen Tanner worked out the schedule for Circus Day
with the help of the G.A.A. President, Mary Margaret
Douglas. The other officers for the term are: Vice-
president, Yvonne Pinquieg Secretary, Blanche Cor-
villeg Treasurer, Vale Tuskag and Yell Leader, Elaine
A perfect end to an effective term of sports is the
G.A.A. tea given on june 6. There will be a candle
light ceremony for incoming officers and the presenta-
tion of G.A.A. awards will be made with the exception
of the pins given for four years of work which will be
presented at the student body Award Rally.
PAGE ONE IIITNDRED lfllfTliIiN
.yi 1. I
V ,355 ' gg
Pcztrorzize our advertisers
Bu! before you do, 1
Buy another war .damp
To help our boys come through
GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE SENIORS
FROM ALL OF US
Mary Jane Abdill
WE DEDICATE THIS SPACE TO MR. SCHMIDT
WITH SINCERE THANKS FOR BEING A SWELL
REGISTRY TEACHER FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS
Betty Mae Marcilliano
MEMBERS OF REGISTRY 303
PAGF ONF HUNDRED EIGHTEEN
Whoever heard of skating at Lake
Merced? Tl1at's what they're doing,
though, it seems. Maybe roller skating
isn't such a good idea, after all. Lee Niel-
sen looks rather surprised after taking a
nice flop. Marie Caldaroni and Doris
Hahn are pretty disgusted about the
The gas shortage doesn't bother these
three inseparable fems. Reading from left
to right are Shirley Fletcher,Bev Nishkian
and Baarby Berry. They End that three
on a tandem is quite cozy. lsn't that right?
These gals not only have good looks and
personalities, but they're smart, too. They
know bicycling is good for the figure.
REGISTRY CLASS 7
MRS, ESTHER D. Carries, Teacher
REGISTRY ROOM 209-H11
Rogers, james H.
PAGE ONE HUNDRED NINETFEN
Good luck to Lincolnk Semorr
lVlaereoe1' you may roam,
Remember fha! in yearr to come
Lincoln ir your home.
james Fox, Prerident
james Coffman, Vice Preridem'
Gene Duff, Seefeiury
Janis Sullivan, Trearurer
LaWayne Stromberg, Reprerematioe
SONS AND DAUGHTERS
PM I' ONE HUNDRED TVVENTY
Many strange and weird sights can be
seen at the zoo. These being the animals
from deep dark Africa, snakes of India,
and the reptiles from the East. But
the strangest of all a the"Ql5Ji'i'1stangs at
Lincoln. ot all oft pecuiliar animals
are in th 0.2 Eli
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Some of the kids from Sandune Hill
are on a trip to the big city fmeaning
They're in a big hurry as you can see
because they're going to get their senior
rings from the jeweler and they want to
be Hrst in line.
Farewell to Lincoluk well-known bulls,
Teucherr, and good friends, too.
We'll never forget you, though you muy go far.
Goodbye and good luck from . . .
HERE'S TO THE KIDS WHO
HAVE MADE LINCOLN TOPS
Eileen Barrango Barbara L0f1g
joseph Becker Margaret MacDonald
Norma Buchner Douglas MacGregor
Bert Coffey Marilyn Mann
Marilyn Conover Eugene Murray
johnny Cox Harry Quillihan
Dick Dales Annette Schilling
Robert Denison D0r1S Spilmer
Elaine Elliott Arthur Strand
David Erickson ISHS SUOITI
Susan Frederickson Caspar Szukalski
Charles Gard Beve Thal
Carol Ghiselli Bob Trieber
Janet Hall Fred VanDyke
Alec johnson Barbara Wara
Tom Kelly Barbara Wilk
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TYVENTY-ONE
HERE'S TO YOU, HIGH SENIORS!
Hereiv to you!
How we euoy your pofitiou
Af we struggle for recognition,-
Your reward for years of work
Shows ur that we mustu t Jhirhy
Ami al' you uow make plans to graduate
We are left with just a heaelaehe.
Here J to you, High Seniors . . .
May you figure large on lifeff
With the hest o f good wishes
from Reg. 213
Shirley Anderson jackie La Fleur
Gloria Baggenstos Gloria Quast
Lora Lee Bell
Bettilou Cosgrove BillScharninghausen
Anne Fitzsimlmons Gerrie Smith
AnnetteGoldhammer Ben Stoll
Lewis Grasberger jackie Sumner
Marjorie Jacobsen Miss Shephard
Re Q, 305
ougratulatiouf to the g
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO
Dean Davenport and Ray Faber are
giving it the buddy act. This particular
day they went to visit their relatives at
Why the sad looks on your faces, boys?
You say the attendant told you to leave
because you were scaring the animals?
That's really a. shame.
Lincoln's intellectual upper classmen
are seen having a gay time on an old
stand-by for a good time-the merry-go-
These brave horsemen are .Ian Larson,
"Chuck" jones, Shirley McGuHick, and
George Bishop. As you see, these lovely
Lincoln girls were afraid to ride by them-
selves, so their strong, so-called Lincoln
men volunteered to protect them.
Seuiorf of Lincoln, 301'5 heetz u-thitzkitf,
Whut we could put in thi: Jpucej
L I N C O L N We do with you good luck,
Best wither we'll chuck,
But the truth we might us well fuce.
We of the high tezz,ou1' good-hyes we feud
To you gruttr of '45,
We, one unc! ull,
Shout out thir cull . . .
"Of Huppifzefr and Succefs for the rest of your liver."
REG. 142 PREDICTS
GRACIE GALLAGHER, Swami
Rod Brennan-Body building inst.
Glendora Miller-Loving wife
Chuck Dorsett-Father of sextuplets
Mollie Mercer-Wife of Fuman Chu
Hal McCormick-Mattress tester
jim Mohns-He does ! !?
Verlayne Shaves-Circus fat lady
Bob Jensen-Bubble gum expert
jay Thomas-Mayor of Petaluma
Herb Levin--Fuller brushman
Martha Smith-Fan dancer
Lois Moulin-H202 specialist
joan Murphy-Follies of the gay 50
Bob Rieniecker-Doctor of Education
Lorraine Miromontez-Dance teacher
Phyllis Ireland-Lauren Bacall II
Pat McGinley-Pat McGinty
Eugene Watson-Play boy
Al Munn-Street car conductor
Pat Francis-Liquor tester
Bob Durkin-Human guinea pig
Audrey Anderson-Vera Vague II
Bernice Manfredo-Gay divorcee
Horatio Hudgins-Collector of Int. R
Fred Jackson-No, no, not that!
Louise Spencer-Dodger dancer
Regi try l
T TH HGH SNRS:
In ths tme f wr nd strss
We try t cl or vry bst.
Nd so t sve bth ppr nd tme,
We sll nt wst anthr lne.
Whrvr yu g, true Wll tll
We d slmnly bid yu frwll.
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENT'Y-THREE
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of ae . Largefz1,l,llIizi.:zT1t4ictu:'ing
1055 Taraval St. cor. 21st Ave.
Grant Avenue at Geary
20th at Mission
CLASS OF 1945
You Are Through
High School Program
Now is the Time lo Star! Your
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CHESTER R. MacPHEE '
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List your property with us
Sure, but Why eat at home
when you can eat at . . .
THE TOWN HOUSE
2623 Ocean Avenue
And you don? lmzfe to umfa llae dirrh
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FOUR
The Portals of the Past have a singu-
lar history. This piece of an edifice f25c
wordb used to hold the door in an old
San Francisco mansion before the earth-
quake. After the quake the only part of
the house left standing was the arch, so
the owners presented it to the park with
the name "Portals ofthe Pastf'
Its famous name and tradition are al-
most as old as San Francisco itself. From
the side facing the ocean can be seen
many points of interest, including Seal
Rocks and the Golden Gate Bridge. The
Farallone Islands can be seen on a clear
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A hearty farewell
224 GRANT AVENUE of Spring Term 1945
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE
ki l ueluutes
NOW IS THE TIME TO START
YOUR CAREER IN THE
Telqbbone Com uny
If you are interested in a good job now--that has a future
after the war too-consider work as a telephone operator
or in an oflice position at the Telephone Company.
You'l1 enjoy renewing friendships with former school-
mates now in the Company-
Tbe work is interesting o The surroundings pleasant
And we'll pay you while you learn
Let us tell you more about it. Come in and talk it over
with our employment advisors at
140 NEW MONTGOMERY smear Q sAN FRANCISCO
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TXVENTY-SIX
Employed as gophers in a coal mine,
these three Lincolnites, Ken Fryer, Don
Goodenough and Don Fishstrom seemed
to have just popped up for a spot of fresh
air. Ordinarily, these fine young gentle-
men would be all slicked up in their
manly attire, but since there are no wom-
en in camp to admire them-need we say
more??? Anyway, chopping sticks in
the Forestry Service is no easy job-huh,
Come on in--water's fine! It's Doris
Allen and Paula Stuck braving the icy
waters of the Pacific. Fighting through
dense clouds of fog every inch of the
way-torn between the desire to round-
about-face and head for a luscious hot
dog smothered in mustard, these two Lin-
colnites conquered their fears and true to
the dauntless spirit of Lincoln, advanced
into the foaming frothing. In other
words, they went wading!
We, the hidr in 316,
Bid fond farewell to youg
You mighty Jeniorf of Lincoln
To thee we ray adien!
May good lock he your heritage
Wherever you .fhall roam,'
Remember alwayr thir grand .rthool
That you have called your home.
PAPER RULERS ' BOOKBINDERS
246 First Street ' San Francisco
Phone EXBROOK 2871
Best Wishes ,O
Seniors oil 1945
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-SEVEN
A: frosh we were "hewilalereol,"
As Jophomorey, "in the know,"
A5 "union we were "zz er flow,
A5 Jehiorx, 'Vhe whole Jhow",'
Now of lo!! 'lL'6',1f'E reached the top,
Our high school aloyx are clone,
'But we'll looh hack on gooal times po!! . .
School Supplier Sorial Stoflonery
81 Record Shop
1931 OCEAN AVENUE
To the Sefliorf we my good-hye
From Reg. 312 of Lizzeolrz High,
And Jinee you have lo go u'e'll my
Farewell until another day.
Greeling Card: Giflx '
Louis Zanze's G O O D
FINE FOODS LUCK,
1102 TARAVAL sr. S E N I O R S
Phone MOntrose 9712 San Francisco
PET ANIMALS -find BIRDS
SUNSET PET SHOP
Pet Boughl, Sold
1734 Irving at 19th Avenue
Ada Foy San Francisco
to Reg. 306,
if we graduate
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2133 TARAVAL STREET
At 32nd Avenue
Phone OVerland 5586
that will be hard to beat
DRYGOODS 81 SHOES
J. A. Dawson, Prop.
ORDERS GIVEN PERSONAL ATTENTION
Phone OVerland 1314
2129 Taraval St,-San Francisco 16
Moy the years you fpenz al Linroln
Linger ever in your mimi
AJ happy year:-time well spew-
Thot you regretfully left behind.
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-EIGHT
S K I S ? ?
It's Linco1n's outdoor gym complete
with snow and everything. Here We see
Bob Risvold making a smooth landing on
all fours, or should we say five? He says
he has to take the rest of his lessons.
Oh, well, better luck next time, Ris.
These gigantic and strong sports en-
thusiasts, our own Lincolnites, to be ex-
act, are at the moment engaged in the
rigorous work of becoming rowing ex-
perts. Stowe Lake really is quite the place
to row, as many a gay young Mustang
has found out in the past. A
G O O D L U C K
129 XVEST PORTAL
Hay What You
Laok For in-
Cleaners and Dyers
Our Name-Our Aim
We operate our own plant
2215 IRVING STREET
Phone MOntrose 4491 San Francisco
The GEORGIAN SHOP
111 XVest Portal
SILVER AND NOVELTY JEWELRY
FOR THE GIRLS
BEST XVISHES TO THE GRADUATES
76 WEST PORTAL AVENUE
Phone OVerland 3451
1601 OCEAN AVENUE
All Cundier Made
on lbe PremiJeJ
Busus OVer1and 2640 J. Carlo, Prop.
VARIETY SHOP 32nd 81 Taruval Markef
'A' FISH and POULTRY
3 1 2, .1 T A R A V A I, 5 T R E E T 2149 Taraval St. San Francisco
MO t 3075 Elerfrif Plumbing Carpenlef
'I I JOBBING and REPAIRING
Miss Clara Mohr, Prop.
LADIES' AND CHILDRENS WEAR
1038 Taraval Street
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H 1 Wing nest an mncmo Robert B. Hamill MOntrose 4968
A F T E R 5 C H 0 0 L BiII's Delicaiessen
ffl I THE BEST OF SUPPLIES Boa Youn HOME
Marshall S Courteous Serrice
Wes'I' Porial Pharmacy
186 West Portal Ave.
118 WEST PORTAL AVE.
PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE
"Hello . . . Coke !"
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF YNE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
THE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
San Francisco, California
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Reg. 202 Vsfishes
More Than .lust
PAGE ONE HUNDRED THIRTY
Resting on the grassy patch by the
"K-L" transfer stop, a group of Lincoln-
ites are working diligently at their favor-
ite sport-loafing. This is best done in
perpendicular fashion as is displayed in
the picture, but is popular at anytime or
place. The enthusiasm which these stu-
dents show for loahng can easily be seen
by a tour of class rooms where demon-
strations continue throughout each period.
P L A Y S
Whoever heard of going to the conces-
sions without visiting the fun house?
These Lincolnites seem to be debating
whether or not they should go in and join
the crowd, getting lost in the mirror
maze and riding the bouncing ponies.
Perhaps they'll stay outside, watch, save
money and defy tradition.
Acnv: s. spscmron
, GOOD LUCK
' Class of'48
, HIGH SENIORS
And a u reach ur oal
fllfliutside Wfflld g REGISTRY 2
to the u I
GRADUATING Hlqh Semors
CLASS OF 1945 f
PAGE ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE
REGISTRY 3 2 7
SPRECKELS - RUSSELL
May lbe ycarf you Jpent al Lincoln
Liuger ever in your mind
A5 happy yearr-time well Jpeni,
That you regretfully lefl behind.
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IN KLA 1050 TARAVAL ST. San Francisco 16
PAGE ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO
Seekers for the life of Thomas Jeffer-
son, the history of the Hawaiian Islands,
the fate of Queen Victoria, the loves of
Edgar Allan Poe, come to the West Por-
tal Library, the eventual end of all the
Lincoln bigger brain trusts. After all, we
have to pass U.S., somehow. So we spend
our afternoon driving the librarian Crazy
and having a good time, too, where all
good fellows meet.
Deep in San Francisco's past dwell the
cable cars. Running on tradition alone
fthe engineers tell usj, the loyal, hard-
working trollies labor up the steep San
Lincoln's girls and fellows like the
cable cars, too, It's a rare adventure when
they all take a ride to the end of the line
and back. High school kids appreciate
tradition and romance too! I '
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VERY HAPPY VACATION'
PAGF ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR
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Lincoln's fondest dreams have come
trueg we now have a subway from the
main building to the shacks. Street cars
run every two minutes and the streamline
special roams by just before the last bell.
Through hot weather or cold, through
thick and thin, our faithful service never
fails and the Lincoln trolley roams on.
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Open 9 A.M, tn 7 P.M, Weektiaxys 9 A.M. to R P.M. Saturdays
And this is the Parkside Theater where
the kids meet On Friday nights. Lincoln
has had a few rallies here as the manager
Of the Parkside has been nice enough to
let us use it now and then.
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