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:B il U E k L C If 1 V E Sally Maasen watches the flight of her ball
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This year the Girl's Block "L" of Lincoln has had many inter-
esting outings, of which some have been dinner at Veneto's, 2
going to the Winchester Mystery House in San lose, a picnic y
at Marsh Creek, an alumnae picnic, a dinner at "The Shadows"
on Nob Hill, and a Block "L" play day, in which Balboa, Galileo, ' and Washington participated, along with Lincoln. ii i Q . ,L f '
A new feature sponsored by the Block "LH was a "Who Am liifrs X + S,
I" contest. A baby picture of some well-known Lincoln girl gi , p -
was posted on the bulletin board in room 101 along with clues VLy,srf , ,-
to the girl's identity. The Lincoln girl who guessed the name X. 1. 7 W
of this mystery girl was awarded a record for her sleuthfulness. ,',if ,triqfgu
The "spark plugs" for all the Block "L" activities have been y,-r . 3 if
the hard-working officers. During the fall term there was Mavis qz u i M
Maslen as president, Barbara McNinch as vice president, and 3
Madeline Saines as secretary. For the spring term Lorraine Vivell WV1 ,,,,
filled the President's shoes while Doris Laval kept the minutes as M . f it, p
and Audrey Kantz handled the finances. EQ ,,,, i,,a ,,,i p
Raw 1, M. Maslen, L. Vivell, C. Braun, S, Massen, A. Krautz, H. Robinson. up
Row 2.' E. McKune, I. Seats. Row 3: J. Avey, M. Nelson. Row 4: G. Lendaris,
B. Rozakis. Row 5: C. Aggeler, S. Gill. Raw 6: M, Saines, M. Lewis.
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When Monday afternoon rolled around, it was time for
G.A.A. Bowling, which was sponsored by Mrs. Sullivan. The
sixty members of the club bowled at the Downtown Bowl from
four to five o'clock. One of the club's activities was a play day
with Galileo to which four representatives from Lincoln were
G.A.A. swimming was divided into two groups when the
club met Wednesday afternoons at the Y.W.C.A. One group
was the Beginners who learned the main strokes of swimming
under the direction of Miss Dietterle. The other group was
the Advance Class who learned the various phases of lifesaving.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Meyer, the Folk Dancing
class was held every Monday afternoon in room 101. Most of
the dances that were learned were popular dances performed
at barn dances of today. From the Folk Dancing class came an
act for the Variety Show.
Top row: S. Gill, A. Duden, G. Angelich, I. Frigault, C. Pomeroy, P, Costa, B,
Rozakis. Botlom row: G. Miller, B. Keyes, L. Vivell, C. Aggeler, S, Qfoce, M.
Lewis, M. Saines.
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The Reserve Ofhcers Training Corps of Abraham Lincoln
High School is divided into three companies, company A, com'
pany B, and Company C, each of which meets during one school
period. A company is commanded by Cadet Captain William
Brudigan and meets every morning during the first period. Cadet
Captain Donald Alber commands company B which assembles
second period. Third period is Ubugle timel' for company C,
which is commanded by Cadet Captain john Perry.
The Lincoln battalion is headed by Cadet Lieutenant Colonel
Ronald Lewis with Cadet Captain Robert Stookey as his assistant.
At the end of the fall semester company A became the holder
of the best company award, the coveted Marshall Trophy. It is
a great honor to be awarded this trophy, for the winning of it
constitutes marching the best the most times in battalion drills.
Other competitions are staged among platoon, squad, and
individuals. The officer or non-commissioned officer who leads
the unit which triumphs in any of these contests receives a medal
R.O.T.C. CO. A
Top row: I. Garnett, W. Carr, J. Neubert, P. Strain, D. Ludwig. Middle row'
H. Tattenham, R. Burkhalter, R. Adams. G. Caito, H. Mandelson, D. Clare
Bulzam funn' Captain W. Brudigam, lst Lt. H. Barasch, Captain R. Stookey.
R.O.T.C. CO. B
Top row: B. Clare, E. Sheffield, K. Ruggles, D. Atkinson. 2nd row: J. Davidson,
B. Hansen, F. Young, R. Scheuter, T. Rothwell, R. Griffith. 3rd ww: ,I. Wright,
E. Robinson, R. Boynton, R. Kidd, R, Warren, J. Adler, J. White. Barium row'
Captain D. Alber, Lt. R. Tusting.
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