Abraham Lincoln High School - Roundup Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)
- Class of 1960
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHUOL CAM MALLICK
San Francisco, California Editor
DH. JOSEPH B. HILL
To the Grflzizuiles off111ml1,an1, Lincoln High School:
l am happy indeed to have this opportunity to greet
you from the pages of the Roumlup, and to congratulate
you upon your graduation. As graduates of an American
high school you are among the most fortunate young peo-
ple in the world. ln particular. as graduates ol' a San Fran-
cisco high school and lat least among ourselves we shall
admit itl of Abraham Lincoln High School. you have had
opportunities second to none.
Dr. James Bryant Conant, distinguished former presi-
dent of Harvard Lniversity. has studied the high schools
of America and listed some of the things that he finds a
good high school must have. Among the essentials he lists
these: a good counseling systemg opportunity for each
student to have a program made individually for him,
adj usted to his special interests and almilitiesg strong prep-
aration in Englishg offerings in keeping with vocational
interestsg rigorous and intensive college-preparatory Work.
All of these have been available to you, together with what
is most important of all, the guidance of skillful, Wise and
As you build on this training, always maintaining the
high standards of character for which Abraham Lincoln
High School stands, I am confident that every success will
he yours. Very hest wishes to each of youl
J. B. HILL
Ol I'l'lllfll.'f l"6L l0l'l
MR. ABRAH,-Ut L. ItESSELBERG MRS. MARIE C. WELCH NIR, LEWIS F. NORRIS, IH.
Dean. of Boys, Asif Principal. P59
Dean of Girls, Asfc Principal, F'59, .960 lima! Coiuzxclnr, F59
To the Graduates of Abraham Lincoln High School:
The Spring 1960 High Senior Class will be missed at
Abraham Lincoln. I, for one. wish to pay my respeets to
a elass which. surely. has not heen excelled hy any other.
Its rnemhers have heen most generous to me in a 1-ritical
transition period in the sehool's administration. They
have demonstrated eapahle leadership of the entire sehoolg
they have given real meaning to student control. They
have demonstrated all the qualities of initiative, creativity,
and cooperation which are expected of adults. Many meni-
hers of the class have won scholastic honors in sharp
Competition. They will represent our high school train-
ing in every corner ofthe country. We honor them for the
example and high standards they have set for us and wish
them well for the future. I should like to add very special
thanks for speeial favors.
J. R. CARR
MR. JOHN R. CARR
loving .f4clmini5fra fion
MHS. MARY EDNA MUINTYRE NIR. ROBERT BREUHR NIR. SEB PASSANISI
Director of Curriculum, F59, S,60 Head Counselor, S'60 Dean of Boys, Assit Przncipal S 60
Andrews, Mr. William F.
Avery, Mrs. Barbara F.
Mathematics, Dept. Head
Bahnsen, Mr. Robert
Banuet, Mrs. Doradea L.
Baumeister, Mr. Bernhardt E.
Bellew, Miss Juner
Bennett, Mrs. Rhea Lalande
Biggi, Mr. Andrew J.
Boldt, Mr. Roland M.
Breuer, Mr. Robert J.
Brown, Mr. Eugene D.
English and Social Studies
Carli, Mrs. Elsie
Castellino, Mrs. .lennette M.
Christensen, Mr. Harvey L.
Christensen, Mr. Loren
Mechanical Drawing and
Clark, Mrs. Marilynn S.
Cole, Mrs. Jeannette B.
Cole, Mr. William M.
Coleman, Mr. William R.
Cox, Miss Gay A.
Cutlir, Mrs. Helen
Danielson, Mr. Elmer O.
Social Studies, Mathe-
Delman, Mr. Ervin C.
Desmond, Mrs. Carol
Duling, Mr. John
Edminster, Mr. Howard
Ekloi, Mrs. Jeanie A.
Ferrari, Miss Jeanne M.
Fink, Miss Carolyn M.
Social Studies, Art
Fitzgearld, Mr. Edward M.
Forbes, Mrs. Luisa E.
F'unke, Mr. William H.
Social Studies, Business
Gallagher, Miss Madeleine
Gelardi, Mr. Patrick J.
George, Mr. Neal K.
Gibson, Mr. Clifford L.
Goodrich, Mrs. Frances B.
Gordon, Mr. Donald B.
Haroutunian, Mr. Vahack
Hartwell, Mr. Robert M.
Counselor, Sophmore Goals
Heinig, Mr. Herbert L.
English and Social Studies
Heisler, Mr. John D.
llousek, Mr. Joseph F.
Science and Mathematics
Hubbard, Mr. John S.
English and Languages
Jacobsen, Miss Madeline
Johnson, Miss Mildred
Jones, Mr. Layton F.
Keenan, Miss Patricia
Keyes, Mrs. Monica
Koehler, Mr. Edward C.
Lathrop, Mr. Wendell B.
Counselor, Science, English
Lederman, Mr. Jerome
Lewis, Mrs. Florence C.
Loeff, Miss Lillian
Logan, Miss Lillian E.
Lum, Mr. Phillip A.
English and Language
MacKenzie, Mrs. Emilie C.
Maglio, M rs. Bernice F.
Maini, Miss Lina M,
Manahan, Mr. William F.
Marshall, Mrs. Marion
McDonald, Mr. Ervin S.
McGovern, Mr, Clinton G.
Mclntyre,, Mrs. Mary Edna
Languages, Dept. Head
Melvin, Mr. George C.
Miossi, Mr. Bernard
Science and Audiovisual
Moore, Mr. Theodore E.
Muller, Mr. Danial
Munie, Miss Norma Jean
Nill, Mr. John M.
O7Keefe, Mr. William F.
Physical Education, Social
Parker, Mrs. Blanche
Social Studies, Home
Parsley, Mrs. Patricia A.
English and Social Studies
Pasqualetti, Mr. Kenneth
Perac-ca, Miss Clorinda
Pihl, Mr. Martin A.
Presley, Mr. Ross C.
Radov, M rs. Lynfred
Radziewicz, Miss Mary
Rathert, Mrs. Elizabeth A.
Raymond, Mr. Joseph H.
Redmond, Miss Margaret R.
Rosen, Miss Mollie D.
Rutherford, Miss Evelyn
Physical Education and
Ryan, Mr. William F.
Sandrock. Mr. Fredrick
Schmidt, Mr. Wlalter C.
Science and English
Smith, Mr. Albert C.
Snell, Miss Alberta M.
English, Department Head
Sullivan, Mrs. Kathryn l..
Physical Education ,
Swainston, Miss Colleen
Sweigert, Mrs. Alice H.
Talal, Miss Joyce B.
Social Studies and English
Thomas, Miss Jean A.
Thrasher, Mrs. Mary
Trelaun, Mrs. Sara O.
Uhlir, Miss Martha E.
Wlagner, Mr. Richard V.
English and Mathematics
Wlalker, Mr. Peter D.
Social Studies, Mechanical
Wlallace, Mrs. Marilyn J.
Wenaas, Mrs. Ruth B.
Whitney, Miss Grace
Wiesender, Miss Carolyn
Wilson, Miss lone
Business, Department Head
Witt, Mr. William R.
Wolf, Mr. Girard J.
Wyatt, Mr. James C.
Galvin, Mr. Joseph M.
Driver Training, Dept. Head
Malmborg, Mr. William T.
Quinn, Mr. Fred C.
Murphy, Mr. Frank J.
Lapeyri, Fredinand J.
Climax of the Fall Term. 1959, was the Senior Class party held in the Lincoln cafeteria. Left picture shows group
of aspiring vocalists displaying talentsg center ,picture shows senior ofhcers uniting in effort to cut cakeg
right picture shows chow line.
It was one of those blustery February days so
typical of our hilltop-when the Class of Fall l959
arrived. Scared, insecure in their new environment,
they at first clung to the loyalties of their former
junior high schools. Confused as they were, they
nevertheless had a strong impact on the rest of the
school. For in this class arrived at least six pairs
of identical twins whom the teachers had trouble
distinguishing--even to the day of graduation.
The low tenth passed quietly, with all the big op-
erators of the future observing how things got done.
ln the high tenth, the dance took days of prepara-
tion spent in painting props. Ann Pflueger was deco-
rations chairman and designed a fabulous blue
crepe paper canopy for the gym. Cute Carol Mantel
sold piles of tickets and so did many others-the first
big CVCIIK and a near sell-out. give made money-
we're on our wayfi exulted ,loan and Judy Hertz,
class officers both.
Next came the very famous and very fun-packed
treasure hunt and spaghetti feed. Talented Marian
Sherburne and Carolyn Roberts invented new twists
to the old game of find-the-next-clue. Teams com-
posed of eight students each valiantly chased each
other and cluos around the campus, searching for
the prize. All the while it reposed in plain sight-
on the dinner table in the cafel 7Twas a loaf of
The celebrated class minstrel, Harry Haimovich,
made his Hrst appearance that eveningea social
success as well as a gastronomic one.
For the prom, the president, Jeff Graff, was thc
only person who knew the outcome of the prom
queen vote. Joanne Greenley was the lovely queen.
Prom night was wonderful in many ways: fabulous
restaurants for dinner, breakfast in the wee hours at
private homes. Linda Kerr, Karen Okelberry, and
Jeff Graff comprised the official greeters at the door.
'l'urnabout time produced a western atmosphere
and a handsome profit. The paint was hardly dry
on that pink fence painted at Sue Wiilsonis insistcncc
when the dance begang Barbara Tomasi cut out guns
and horseshoes ad nauseam to enhance the cowboy
theme. Andy Kerr and Don Kenepp distinguished
themselves by being the hardworking decorations
The most outstanding event of the low senior term
was the great show of spirit and togetlierness at thc
special senior registry. Ask any class member for
details. Jeff Graff and Dave Hettig sat it out with the
rest at the afternoon edition.
The low twelve term produced more money: Ka-
ren Okelberryis letter to the hotel about our Prom
earned a rebateg senior show time with ,lerry Harris
and Mrs. Lewis selling tickets. The term ended rather
spectacularly, too, as our president, Al Raffetto and
Jerry Harris took the girls downtown to look for a
locale for the Ball.
Who said that lHOl'6 than one hundred womcn
can't keep a secret? The class had one . . . kept
completely quiet. So secretive were we about our
June breakfast plans that people suspected we were
not doing anything. Wfere the graduates ever sur-
MISS PATRICIA KI? IZNAN
A I. RAFFE
prised on that breakfast morn to enter our oriental
setting, romplete with low senior girls in oriental
eostume. The Bank of America award winner in art,
Aurora liazurto, provided the hrillianee of her con-
siderahle decorating talent. The whole low senior
girls showed talent, toog they were silent ahout plans
hut every single one turned up as an oriental.
The high twelve term was a kaleidoseope of events.
all highly seasoned and colored hy a mountain of
marvelous food. While Lucille Green decorated the
huses with appropriate Lineoln mustangs, Pete De
Pavloff and Ron Anhnson were huying what turned
out to he the gastronomic envy ol' the whole picnic- ---
steaks llml thick.
Too soon during the term heads were measured
and heights were taken by Marian Sherhurneis eom-
mitteefduring hunch timeg Ronnie Frank and Diane
Freed ditto for the marching and seating committee.
Midway here Dr. Hill received his promotion and
Al Haflietto gave a marvelous presentation speech-f
three time he gave the present to Dr. Hill and took
it hack twice.
I RED VOLTNIZR SHARON KRUG
The dinner party in November found Lucille
Green making arrangements as well deeorations
Wanother wonderful evening of marvelous food.
More graduation preparations found Judy Thomp-
son doing the program lmefore Christmasg Ann Pflue-
ger and Carolyn Roberts helping to choose the
themeg ditto l"red Voltmer, Cary Wlilkenirig, Sharon
Krug, Barhara Stone and AI Raflietto on speakers.
Those short January days found all members of the
1-lass looking for just the right eostume to wear to
the Ball and so the night Came . . .
Ah. that golden evening that was our Senior Ball,
held at the Cold Room. From the moment Gary Wiil-
kening and Al Raffetto greeted us at the door, it was
And then it w as graduation dayl Another golden.
thrilling day. The elass won many praises for its
good-natured. humorous approach to the day, fol-
lowing Al's requests exaetly. Tears. laughter, hig
hats. and handsome suits were the order of the day.
The suits were too warm hy rally time, so all the
fConlinu,eJ at End' of Seetionj
GARY XVILKENING BARBARA S1 ONE
afar Vive P1
lJl'lNNl5 ANDERSON was
part nl' tl11- Sllllifllll fxSSI'IIl-
lrlyz SI'lll0I' rally 1'11111111it-
I1-11. Will 11tt11111lCal-Poly.
RUN pXfNFlNSUlY was a
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1Il111i1': 111aj111'1-d in sltop.
l,lilIlS t11 l11-1-1111111 lllll1'lIltl'.
'XlAli'l'lN A Nzlillill was 1111
tl11- lmaskc-tl1all and I,1'a1:l-4
t1'a111s: Bl111'lc l., Harvarsl
1111 Yale is his goal.
Xl'Xll'lllN -XHROYO 11 as il
shop lllillflli and was avtiw
111 SPIIIUI' i11'IIVllCl!?S. Plans
111 work illlll join Navy.
,IIFIJY All 'X UJO was a 1'1-,Q
11Ili1'1-1'. a s1'l 1lHsig1101'. illlll
w111'k1-1l as 1111 HIHIIHQIPI' ul'
lilllt lC1liti11n of the Log.
.l UNIC -X YICRS was a 1111-111
l11'1'11li tl11- l.og1 staff and was
111'I111' 111 SOHIOI' ilI'lIVIlI1'S
wl1il1- at l,i111'11l11.
NUI.-X ll.'XNlJY was 111
fiA."l anfl i11 Vasts of Fan-
tasia Xlm' and Lill1'l5II1lZlS
Slmw. l"11t111'1': stewa1'fl1-ss.
lfflllli BAHASH was i11
Stamp lIl11l1g ROTC olli1'1-11.
Will att11111l CCSF 211111 llfi
1f11ll1-gc nl' A1'cl1iteCt111'r:.
HAY ABINANTI was illl
ind11st1'ial arts Hlilhlfll' a111l
I1Hl'IiClpEilt'fl in Sf'lllUl' 111'-
t1v1t1es. l'lllllI't?7Illl' Navy.
lJAYE ADKHY5 was avtive
on the S11pl111n1111'1f liltfllllllll
team and in t.1'a1-k. lxlfhlil-
lrer of the Sultans lli-Y.
KAREN -'ll.lU'l'U 11111-i111'1'1l
i11 l1lllSll'. and was a 1111-111-
lmer of Avqilatains 'l'1'i-Y.
Plans to work lm- IBM.
JUDY AL NI l.l IC Ilill'lll'i'
pitted in GAA and l11t111'11a-
tional Club. F11t11t'11---ffffSl"
and UC nursing s1'l11111l.
vame to l1i111'ol11 llilllll ls-
rael. Pa1'ti11i11at1r1l 111 lllillly
was n1atl1 and s1'ir1111'1+ ma-
jor: two ye-ars on trar-k
team. Will attvnd UCSF.
LNHHY BERNAUEH was
1111'111l11-1' of swimming 11121111
anfl Ill2lkl0l'lifl i11 if14lllHIl'lill
arts. Plans to join Navy.
a 1'1-gg olliver: 1111,-n1l1Pr of
5llillill1l21I'S ll'1'HQ llllSlllt'5S
lllil,l0I'. Vliill illlfllll fIf,lSl1'.
Wll,l.lA Nl BLUCHICH was
a Hlillll lll3jOl'. He plans to
attvnrl f,IfISlf and join tltu
l"X'l'RliIK BONNIE was
1111 tl11- stage crew ami Illil-
-l4ll'l'll in 111atl1. Helll illliilltl
IIIISF anrl join Ma1'i111-s.
was in Marquis Hi-Y antl
111aj111'1'1l in 111atl1. Will join
tlw ,-N1'111y Bugle Corps,
DONNQX BREGER was
lI'0ilSlll'f?l' of Exiles Tri-Y.
Slll? plans to attend UBI"
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lx lNNl'lH BYRAM l
5 lllNlxPllJHl Illilllgtl
Vull 1t11111l 91111 11l
.lUDl'l'll BfXliK.fXN was
111'eside11t uf Exile-s 'l'1'i-Y
and HOI1Illlf'l' fur lll'l'illlYP
TONY BABBUSO was a
Illfflllllffl' of Saxons Ili-1.
Plans i111wl111le Navy, than
the Fire Dept.
AURORA B:lZllll'l'U won
Bank of 1-Xn1e1'i1'a art s1'l111l-
a1'sl1ip anfl was a Illfllllltfbl'
of Donatellas Tri-Y.
BARBARA BFAUX was a
lnemlner of Sl1ala111a1's Tri-
Y. Active ill senior antivi-
ALBERT BlfHUl.UlYl3 was
gradllation spe-11lc111': 11111111-
llfll' of CSF: l1a111l. Plans-
University of Rflfllilllili
DONALD BEHMNN was
on l20 and l30lsl1aslxf'tl1all
teatnsz track: tennis. Plans
to attetnfl State.
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Sys' X? 1
was avtivf' in ss-nior avli-
vitios anrl 'kf'llllilt2lillS 'l'ri-
Y. She'll work at IBM.
l'il7W'ARlJ CONNEI. was
ae-tiw in sm-nior aotixitic-s
while he attvnrlerl Mura-
hani l.inooln lligh Svhool.
,IKHES lIOUl'lEH was a
math and sriomze major.
Will attenrl UCSF the-n
nniwrsity lor t'I1QllIlf'PI'lIlQ1.
was ll nwlnln-r of foolhall
and swnnnnng tr-anis. Vs lll
att:-nfl lflf alll-r Stale:
IXXYID ITIHJXYE was a
ll1HIl1lJPl' of KISF anrl liig
Iirotliers. Plans to atm-nil
4-ollvge for t'llgiIl0Cf'illgL
lllC'l"l'Y .IHXN lQHUNll'-
l.lfli was fl XX mennlwrz
Hr-rl Cross rm-p. Will work
all W1-Ils Fargo.
l4l'IHNlfjlC ll.'kllil,'lxN was
vim- pres. anrl vhaplain of
Exiles Tri-Y: senior Villll'
inittves. l"nlurv: ifffSF.
CARY DAVIS was avliu-
in sonior avtivitivs whilv hm-
arre-nded Alllllllkllll Linvoln
GUY CAMICHON was on
Ihr- fl3I14'f3 rolnlnittev, the
howling team and in slu-
mlr-nt assi-mlnly. To U.C.
HUDNEY ffgXHLlSl..F wa
an English, math and so-
vial studies inajorg Chess
lfluln. Fllllll'PI Coast Guard.
CHXHY lil'Il4'Al,U was a
nn-mlier of swin1min,r1. has-
kotluall anrl trafjk lffanis.
.Wy Tfrrvc qllzgefls.
Nll'IliRI'l.l. HIIESSEN w'1s
a nwxnlmer ol' Big Brothers
anrl was an 4-loutrir rarlio
NXNLX l.Ufff1lNb was
avliw in se-nior activitivs
whilo sho attvnded Mira-
hani l.in1'oln High School.
Fl'-XNLEY COHN nia-
jored in history while at
l,inroln. llo will altvilrl
, 3 f
DOHOTIIY Dllililili was
a Illf'lIIlIl'I4 of Forty l.inks.
.-Xkainais 'liri-Y anrl 'llUlIl0I"
rows 'lll'llI'l'll'1'S. 'l'o State.
DAVID l7ll.l.l'iK was on
senior rally Voininittvv and
an English major, llffll at-
lelnl QXISF and UC.
AMY DUHXLXN was a his-
tory ina-ior and was active
in sc-nior avtivitivs. She'll
work altvr srhool is over.
.lUPfl.l.l'lN DURAN was
activo in senior Class com-
xnittr-os anrl was pw-sirlonl
of thf- gkK'qllilIi1lllN lr:-X .
PEGGY ,NNN DRISCOLL
was lIl4'IIllM'I' of lll Links.
Big Sistr-rs. anrl .'kliilll1l8lS
Tri-Y. Will aturnrl Davis.
lygklil, lYlll'iN5lNlQwzls ac'-
tixe in svnior zlrtixilivs at
Xlnrahann Lina-oln lligh
,l.-l MHS lll,iNN was on the
varsity Inn-kerlmll. lravk
learns. liar-helor - Marquis
lli-Y. Future: fflf5l". Lili.
G.-Xll. lflllflllili was nioni-
lwr ol' Big Sistvrs anrl llo-
natellas 'l'ri-X. Slit-'ll al-
tend CCSF and U. of Ure.
CXYH Nl-IDD IJAYIS nas a
Illfflllllfl' of thi' lfxilf-s 'l'ri-
X. 5ho will go to Nato,
then 1311 for math.
DLXYNP1 Del-.-Xl'lfl" was a
inc-mlar-r of Akaniais 'l'ri-X
and clanvo ronlirlittvv. Sho
plans to lm a sw-rvlaz'y.
prvsiclr-nt of Sllilllllllilf'-'lll'l'
Y. Ae-Iiw in svnior avtivi-
tics. lo llUl sf-hool.
RAY llc-Mi-XR'I'lNl was
Blork l. pres.: two years
varsity loolhall. llis lntnrffz
l'I'fTl'iR D4-l'AYl,0FF was
avtiw in sr-nior artivitics
whilc' ho alttvnrlc-rl Alnra-
ham l.in1-oln lligli Svhool.
xhf- olliro and will atlcfnd
CCSP' lor secretarial train-
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LEONARD FIELD was a
Inoniht-r of tht- Forty Links.
on senior 1-onimittees and
DEANE FLETCHER was
a history major. Shdlt
work for a while and then
RORERTA FRANCUX was
a mvinher ol CSF, Shan-
nons 'llri-Y and Big Siste-rs.
Was on sc-nior committees.
RHONWYN FRANK was
.lunior Prom Queen and a
IYICINIJEFI' of Shalaniars and
DIANE FREED was ai'tivr-
in senior artivities whili:
she attended Ahraham Lin-
roln High Svhool.
PATRIK IIA Ki.-XRRETI' was
in the Donatellas 'liri-Y.
Her luturc plans inf-Indo
JERRILYN GENEVE was
a song girl, F'59. lllajorod
in liusinoss. She'll work
and go to f-ollege at night.
GEORGE CILNIORE was
a nivinlier ol' the footlmall
teamg shop major. Future:
army, telvtype repairman.
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C.fXYl.E EDYVARIJF was a
inf-inlwr of the Shalamars
Tri-Y: reg: treas. She was
a hnsint-ss major.
STEVE ICLVIN was nwma
her of the art rominittee
and will attend roiiilrii-1'1'ial
Nlliffllklfli EVERT was a
mt'rhani4'al drawing major.
ll:-'ll attend CCSF for
FRED FALK was on the
liootliall teamg industrial
arts and math major. Will
att:-ml f'ICSFg Q-nginoeringr.
played 30's and varsity has-
kethall. Member of Rlock
L. Future: CCSF. State.
RON FEINBERC was on
the varsity team and in the
Rlork L. He plans to go
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t. I R
a song girl. F'59, a mem-
her of 40 Links, CSF. Ir.
Prom Que-4-n. Cal at Davis.
was a memhi-r of Forty
Links, Rlork I., track team.
Heill attend State.
was a int-nilier of Shala-
lnars Tri-Y and was active
in senior artivities.
was student hody yell lead-
er, life IIIGIIIDHI' of CSF, 40
Links. Wlill attend UC.
was a member of the GAA
and Shalainars Tri-Y. She
plans to work.
was a meinher of CSF and
was active in senior affairs
while at Linwoln.
GERALD Il.-XNSEN was
active in senior activities
while attending Alirahain
Lincoln Iligh School.
was in Forty Linksg All-
city swimmingg outstand-
ing swimmfrr of '59.
LARRY ILLOVER was ac-
tive in senior awtivitif-s.
Plans for future ini-lurle
LYNNIC GORDON won
horseha1'k riding awards:
was a history major. Sho
will attc-nd CCSF or Slate.
BETTY GURINIAN was in
A Capella Choirg the Se-
nior anrl Christmas shows.
Wlill attend college in liall.
JEFF CRAFF was custo-
dian of student body, pres-
ident of 40 Links and in
Blovk L. Going to UC.
RICHARD GRAN'I'was on
haseliall team and Log and
Roundup staff. Heill attend
CCSF and work.
LUCILLE GREEN was a
memher of Block L, Shan-
nons Tri-Y, GAA historian.
Future: Airline stewardvss.
s. ::, WV'
fsvig 3 i
- X .:::::- : A-:: 2 :QW
Q 1 Q
11.1111 1X 111111517111 NS 11s 1111
l111s111-1111111 111111 1:1111 11-11111s:
111111-k l.. 116.11 1111111 ill
QIUNN lll'1H'l'Z was 1"111'1y
l.i11Ls FQ'l'1f.1 11ss1s111111 1-1111-
111' 111. li1111111l1111: ll-ll 111-1-
11I'1'4. 5111-All 11111-1111 l',1f.
1 1 .VW
11,111 Ill-.hll was ll 1111-111-
l11'I' of Forty links 111111
131111-k 1, 111111 was 11-ll s1-1t-
D,-XYll1 1l1'f'l"l'lC 1111s 11111-
8121111111111 Sflldtillf 111111 11111-
11-11-1 5.11. l'r1-s. 1111111111-1111
5111111-l1l'11 111 AF gxl'i1111'I11y.
1IA1111I,R l1I1NK5UN was
il 1111-111111-1' of S111111111111s 'l'1'1-
Y 111111 A 1111511111111 1fl11111'.
S111-'ll 11111-1111 CC517.
.1-U11-IS 110GC'XN 1111- il
l111'l11llt'1' 111 B111-111-1111's-NI1111
111115 ll1-X. 13111111-1111111-11 Ill
sv111111111111g, 513111111 1111111111-s.
W1Ll.l,-X11 1101lfL,'XN 1111s
1111--111111,-1' of Ba13l11-lo1's-Bl111'-
1111is 111-Y. .-1111111 111 s1-111111
EDV1'f111D IIOSAVR was
1I1'1.1Y1! 111 senior 111-1111111-s
at Lxl1I'k111LlH1 L1111:1Jl11 lligli
.1 11111101.11 1111111115 w11s11
111f'1l1lN'l' of CSF: 11ssis111111
y1-ll 11-11111-1': Forty l,11111s:
'l'1lON1,-NS 11,-XHNUI' was
1111 .11 111101111111 11-11111: 11111111
11111 1114 511111f1,11'1l.
5115.-NN 111-11111 w11s rr-11
l1'1'ilSl1l'1'1'I 111-r111111111ns 'l'1'1-
Y. 5111-'ll 11111-1111 S1111 .11lH1'
'Xl XRYIN HA11i-1-1S11111--
111-1111111-11111 P1-1111111111111 111111
w11s 111-11 Cross 1'1"11. ll1-'ll
N111111,1N 11A1'K.-1-1s 11111 "'1 -1.. 1 1 2: :::,:,. I
il 1111-111111-1' of S1ll11l"l1I As- AAV, nlzz ':':Q
s1-mlrly 111111 Big 131111111-1's. ,,., iliiiiiiii 5
111-'11 11111-111111611 6' W' 1?
1'111:11111111:K 111:x141:1. '55 Wg' 1
was il 1111-111111-1' 111 111111-11 1.1 sin ---:1.,. 'Q '
1111 11.-111111-11: 1-1111.1 111111. 1
111111. Will 13111-1111 C111-l'111y.
,-Xl1l.1'iNE JOHNS was a
Il1t'l11l1t'l' of liig 51s1t'1'sQ
1,1111 11 sC1-ty.g 1111 R111 sPl1-C-
111111 1'0II1I11. 11111-1111 State.
C1l,l1"FOHD JONES was
1l1'I1Yt7 sc-11101. 111- 1111111111-11
111 sl11111 211111 11111115 111 111111
NIIQIIIAFI, .l11l.l1CN was
111-live in senior 111-11111165
wl1il1- Zl11E'l11l1111L 1-1111111111111
1.1111-11111 High S1-110111.
FNID KAHN WVL15 il 11141111-
l1f'l' 111 Big 51:41-1's, Fll1lll'C
N111's1-s, F11t111'1: '111-111-l11f1's.
Will 1111111111C11SF 1111-11 Cul.
DUNN.-X K.-XNIC wus 1111-111-
lhlxl' of D0111111-ll11s 'l'r1-Y,
1111 the art sf-11-1-111111 1'1m1-
111i11f-1-. a111l 1111 1111 11111111111
1011 K,-XS'li1f'Y was 1111-111-
111-1' of 1121111-11 1-11111111. 111111
S1111111sl1 f'0ll1l'S1 111 511111-.
Will 11111-H11 1211519 1111-11 1111.
XYll1l.IAXl KPIHNHIQ was
111-1iv1- 111 Ql"ll11I1' 111'11111's: 21
5111111 1111111111 l,l2lllS 111 1111
l1llfH,-XKIJ Klil.l,-XXI was
111-tive 51-11101' 11111115 1111121111-
11111 1-1111111111111 11lll1'11lIl 1111111
HON-Xl.D HIKIXNN was
111-1ix1- SPIl1U14. 111- 11121118 to
1111 11111111111 11,112 was ll
1111-111111-1' 1,111 s111-1-1-1' I1'ill11 111111
11111115 111 11111-1111 1'.1 1. 1111' 1-11-
g1111-1-ring 111' 11l1ys11-s 11111111111
1111111 lR1il..-NNI? w11s ll
1111-111111-1' 111 111ll1ill1'llilS '111-
1 111111 111 1'11sl111111 slmws.
Will 11111-1111 S11111- 111111 mxrk.
I1 KN ,I MQOIESKN was 11
Illillll. Englisli 111111 1111115-
1111111- l112lj01'. ll1111s 111 1:11
111 11l'klZ1l 11111-1' 1lI'ill11lil1l011.
Xl -XIML1-XRli'1',I11NS1-IN was
il 1111-111111-1' 111' :X 111111111-1111
1.l111l1' 111111 1l2l1'1,I1'l1lil1t111 111
X1-XRGO .l1CV1'l'1'l"l' was il
1111-111111-1' of Sl1ill2lI11ilI'S 'l'1'i-
1: 111111111-1111111-11 111 swim-
1l11I11I. 5111- 11121115 111 W11l'1i.
SIIVXRON Kllllfl ua. 1
iiwiiilwi' ul' USF, 40 I.il1liSg
senior vluss fwty. Will at-
tvml Ill.. ut Iit'l'l'if'Il'V.
l,I'.I1fXl.lT Ixlxlhlu was ax
iiwiiilwi' nl ilu' trzivli t1'z1111.
Klatli illltl svic-111111 iiizlnior.
Will a1ll1-1111 UUSIV 111141 U.C.
I..-IRIN IXNUIION w11s1
slmp Hill-IMI' illlll 111-tiw i11
Stlllifll' uliiaiirs. Will lmwoiiic
1-lwk ultr-1' ggi'111l1111tz11g.
was il im-mlii-r ol' USF anal
was il g.fI'iIflllLll.llHl sp:-ziker.
IIUII z1i!.1'111l UUSI7. UU.
HUILER I. XHSIQN was ar'-
tiw in sviiim' ullziirs wliile
lie 1111:-11111-il Xlrrailiuiu Lin-
1'0I11 Iligli S1-lmiil.
PAUIA IA VI' was il 1110111-
lmi' ol' 'l'o111m'1'uw's 'l'Pz11rl1-
1-is, AVCIIIIIIIIIIIS 'I'ri-Y. Wlill
Slllfly lo lw lallv Il'l'llI1lf,Tlill1.
. , . - .
l..'Xll1lP, l.UNl'. was 21
Il!t'IIllit'I' ul ilu- Sllilllllllill
Ill-X. flvliw- 111 sr-111111 lt
tivilivs 111 l.i11w11l11.
DENNIS LICWIS was -XIIA
Uity lrziskvlluillm-l': 1111 limit-
lm:1ll and tiuivk lvziiiis. Also
BI111-k I. llH'IlllH'l'.
IJUN Xl.IJ KI-INEPP waw
1111 ll2's 111111 l20'5 Iiaslwl-
luaxll In-11111. pM'tivv in svnioi'
11lI11irs. Will zitteml CUFF.
:I XIJII Iflxv KEHR was I.mv
II pivs.: iiwiiilwr of Forty
l.i11ks aiml Block L. Uoust
IIlliU'iI 'lrzuivniy 01' UUSI9.
LINUX RICHR was song
girl. lull '5U: iiieniliei' ul'
lluiiaitc-llas 'l'ri-Y. Wvill gn
to Illff If. of .-Xrizona.
U-XIIUIII KINNEY was il
rc-gg ullivvi' and nivmlivi' ol'
Ifxiln-s 'Iii-Y. She will ill-
.IIXNIICS IxI,ICNlIfN'I' was il
lllf'Hlllf'I4 ul USF and Big
Ilnitlim-rs. II1' will attvnil
UUSF, tlwn fm to UU.
HUCICII KR.-XUSE was il
sm-iviivv nizijor. His plans
iiivliiilu 1:11511 then Ciali-
-. 'W f iz' f if
- -, . ' A A :.. 11
1i ii i
KEVIN M,-XTIIICSICN wus
21 1111?111l1e-1' of truvlx 11-11111:
Ba11'l1vI01's Ili-Y. Iluill 211-
tf-ml UCSF, tlivn l.11l.
HIUHARD M1-I.I'fAN was
il 1116111l1e1' of USF, lilwk I.
and fzross coilntry. l'Illllll'1'Z
UUSF, llllfll tial.
NIQXHG.-XRIYI' X11-Hui was
il IHPIHIJEI' of Ilig Sislc-rs:
rmlliwm' of Sliaiinmis 'Iii-Y.
Sl11"II attend CCISIV, Uul.
BRUUE MICIEINIC was il
iiwnilier of 40 Links, swim-
ming a111Ife111:ir1gt1ra1111 llllll
Block L. Will zittvml Uul.
INN MENNIE was il Iiiw-
triry niajor aml aivtiu- in
seuim' affairs. will ailtviirl
Nlziriu J.C.g join UC IIN.
SUSAN MIALOCIQ was ll
liiisiuess IT121j0l'Z in flvqiizi-
mins Tri-Y. Slim: will ill,-
IIIUHAHD XIIISNIQII wus
z1r'tiw i11 sviiioi' illlilllfr Llllll
iiiaqioiwrrl 111 liiftory. IJIZIIIH
to attend colin-gc.
CIIARLES IXIOIIN was uw
tivo in Senior affairs wliilex
ilfltfllllillg lxllllllllllll I.lIl-
ciolu High Svliool.
PA'1'RIUIA LEWIS workf-il
in stage 1-rallg Iiog Staffg
active senior. SI113'll uttmifl
CAROLYN I,YI'I.I'i was Ll
CAA 0lli1'fr1': IIIPIIIIJPI' of -10
Links. 'II0lll0l'l'0VY7S 'I'ea1wh-
ers. PWS. OI' Big Sisters.
.IOSEPII ISI.-XNNING was
avtive in seiiior uvtivities
while he atteiiflwl .-ll:1'aI1z1111
I.in1t0I11 High Svlimvl.
CAROL MANTICI. was
vice pres. of ll6'l' sviiior rvgg
a nienilier of SIIRIIEIIIIZIVS
Tri-Y. Will ZIIICIIII UUSF.
JOHN KIAIIO'I"l'U plays-ml
JV footlrall unil Ivuselizlll.
Varsity Imaslwtlvzill. Pres. of
Big B1'otI1H1's. 'lin UUSF.
VIRGINIA MASON was 21
memliei' 0IiJN!Zl1lIZllillHS 'I'ri-
Y and ar-Live i11 senior af-
fairs. Slielll ill.llCllll UCSF.
2 A, x S
N 69? 9 f
553 -,... url,
as ,... , x, :,:i . ..
l'A'l'RlClA NELDER was
a I!lf'IIllPCI' of -10 Links. .X
Cappella Choir. Donal:-llas
'liri-Y and Blovk L.
Alil,lNl'l NELSON was sv-
nior rx-:gl pres.: 1Hl"lIllH'I' nl'
SllillilIllilI'S Tri-Y. Will at-
tend clvntal nurse training.
IJ,-XYIIJ NORRIS play:-fl
varsity lrasvlxall anil ma-
jorml in shop. Plans L0 at-
Il.-XII, 0'l3Rll'fN was avtivc:
in sc-nior affairs while slut
attvnmlr-ll ,'kllI'i1l1i1I'll Linn-mln
was in lilvilvs Tri-Y and av-
tiw- on senior C'OINIUlllf'l'h.
Shffll att:-nd CCSF.
was Sli. vice pres.: CSI"
life: lIl0llll1f'l'. Wlill altvnil
llrigglxarn Young llilivvrsity.
JOAN O'l"l'lCSON was a
IIH'I1llM'l' ol lfxilvs 'l'ri-Y.
and CSF. She was an-livu in
llll.-XHl.l'1S UUSHANI was
All-City travk. Varsity loot-
lxall, Big llrotlwrs. lllowk
L. Will uttvnml college.
ll all. Xlflfllllf was a lI1I'l1l
her of CSF. Akalnais 'l'ri-
X , stuilmit assi-inlily anml
Blfwk li. Will attend Ulf.
SHl'fHl'llrf UOOHICS was a
INPIIllN'li of UNK. Big Sist-
Prs. l.5l'. bln- plans tu al-
tPn1l lflix altvr grailuating.
SIVSNN Nlflllllllvl' wa.
stuclvnl lmily SQ'l'lif'iill'y. il
nwlnlwr ul' lil Links. lligi
Sistf-rs. 'lp alll-nil lf. ul' U.
Hllill Hill NyXHDLfK1l2l
was 0Illll1'SWllllIIlillQZ team.
Sultans lli-Y and rffg1trc'as
1ll'PI'. IXISI4' is alwall.
WILLI 'XV NIULLHI XX
partivipatml in aurlio visual
aiils and plans in gn into
JAMES NIC.-Xl, was avlivm'
in sq-niur al'lairs while at-
tending -Xlaraliain Linvuln
f ll 2
.ElEEE:' lap-9 4 K ' Q
'WN Xl Zi
S'lll'lVl'iN llllll LIPS VHIS
"ixc ' I " "FS 'III4
1 1 fflllll
D XXX IN lll'lxSUNI1n11mi1l
IIISIIH Ill! I l Ill
ul '1 Ill Hs
YVHS '1 lIH'lIllN'l' of Bigllrotli-
' 'I'l'4'IfTLl llltif , '
dlllll lrunl. Stull- hound.
was un Lug anal hnunilup
stalls: prvs. nf Big Siste-rs
anil on Ilan:-v l,l0l1llHiHt't'.
lll'iHNfXllll l'OI,LACK was
hall ol' Uswalml. adiw in
Sf'IllUl' allairs anal a IIIPIII
her ol' ilm ll2U'llt'l0I'S.
CAHOLE POPOFF was a
I1ll"I1IlN'l' ol' SllEllilIllZ1l'S Tri-
Y annl wg sc-tty. Sli:-'ll al-
tvml KXISF anrl work.
THUNIXS PYNE was on
4--1 plan and lI1Z1jUl'P1l in
Shop. lln- plans to attf-ml
CllSl": join police liorw-.
-Xl,l.lCN ll.'Xl"l"H'l'TO was
high se-niur vlass pri-s.. a
I'llL'lllllk'l' ul' 40 Links. CSF.
Futim-: fflISl", Stanfmwl.
'XNN l"Fllflflll'ill was rim-
prfrsirle-nt ol' -ll! Links. lille
Illf'YllllPI' CSF. grailuation
" SIlPE1lxf"l', AliillIlillS Tri-Y.
SUSAN l'l'l'l'l'lliSON was
a II1PlUlN'l' of Donatellas
Tri-Y anil was ar-liw in sv-
Hlllll.-Xllll l'lilllN0 was a
IIIPIIIIIPI' ol' HSI" aml par-
livipatvll in alliln-Iii-s while'
was avtivv in scnior affairs
while shi- atlcmlvd Ahra-
ham I.lIH'fllIl lligh Svhool.
JOHN VA Sfllli l N I-2l,l.I
was ai-tiw in svnior affairs
wllilc' atlvnilingf .'XlJI'2llliU1l
Linvnln lliggh Sl'll00l.
BRICK was avtixv in Sf?-
niur affairs: llnnas 'liri-Y:
A i Z
SANDRA ROBINSON was
in Slialaniars 'llri-Y and reg
pres. and Bell llrinvess.
Sheill attend CCSF.
JOYCE ROLANDO was
reg: treas.. in GAA and Stn-
flent Assenilrly. Sheill at-
BARBARA RUS'l'l9QR was
a nieinlmer of Aeqnatains
'l'ri-Yg was reg seety. and
viva pres. CCSF, State.
l'A'l'lllI'll.-X SALIN was a
inenilrer ofBig Sisters: Dill'-
tivipated in Fantasia Mer
and Roberta. To State.
hllfllffll. SANDERS was
active in senior affairs and
majored in language,n1atl1.
CICISF and U.C. ahead.
ROGER SANDNESS was
aetive in senior affairs at
Almraliarn Lint-oln High
was avtive in senior affairs
and was .lnnior Proin llrin-
vess. Slieill attend UCSF.
lllf'l"l'lil 5.-XROYAN w 1,
aetive in senior affairs: :na-
jorezl in language. ller ln-
lnre --San Mateo .l.l,f.
liA'l'lllf Hlflflj participa-
ted in tm-rin plays: Foren-
sivs: Senior Shows. To at-
tend lnisiness college.
l!li'l"l'Y HNIFI was in -
vettes 'llri-Y and CAA: se-
Et 'V .
nior breakfast eoinmittee.
lfntnre: UCSF. State.
was nn-nilier of Block l.:
H4-il Cross rep.. and in the
flhristinas Show. To State.
IJIANE RINEY was on the
dan:-e eonnnittee, in Aka-
inais 'llri-Y and GAA. She
plans to attenrl SF. State.
lilllff lllflSlf'l'fl was an
ROTC ollioer. He plans to
study eriininology at CCSF.
then at lfal.
CAHOLYN ROBERTS was
a I1N'lIlllHI' of 40l,inkS, CSF,
Big Sisters and graduation
speaker. Brigham Young U.
45 f 36 K
NN WY A J' ...: 1:s:s:a:2m:
HICIHARIJ SICYIHRI was
avtive in senior affairs. He
plans to work in a garage
I.lNI'J.-X SH.-XI..-XEFF won
the Seliolastiw Art Award
and was nieinlrer of Acqua-
tain 'l'ri-Y. 'llo SF. State.
SER was an industrial arts
and inath niajor. He plans
to attend UCSF, then navy.
Nl -X H l A N SHERBURNE
was a ineinlner of Big Sist-
ers. reg ser-ty.and partici-
pated in Y.'l'o attend State.
NlAllll.YN SILK was ae
tive in senior aflairs and a
lllf'IlllN'l' of Shalaniars Tri-
HAl.l'l'I SIMON niajoreal
in languages and plans to
attend IXISF after gradu-
ating: from l.inf'oln.
CNHY SMITH was aetive
in senior affairs while at-
tending: 'Xhrahain l,inr'oln
PENNY Sxlllll was ar--
tixe in senior affairs and
lIl2l,l0l't'll in lnnsiness. Slleill
A NIJIHCA SCI I A FFICR was
a Prom llrinvess: nieinlrer
of Aluiniais 'llri-Y: terni
play. lfoingr to Sul. State.
LIND.-X 5fIllAllli'l'C was
a ineniher of fl-XX. lfxiles
Tri-Y. She plans to attend
5. In Nate Lollegfe.
was artive in senior affairs
and plans to attend Oak-
land flity College or CQVISIF.
DEHS was artixe in senior
allarrs wlnh- attending Alr-
rahani l.in1'oln lligh.
.l Ll.-X N l'l'.X SCHNEINDEH
was avtire in senior affairs
while attending Al1l'3lli.lIH
l.in1'oln High Srliool.
a nieinlmer of Aeqnatains
Tri-Yg majored in English.
Sho'll attend business col.
1 inn' f
.Q M, if
AIARILYN SPIKO was a
IIIPIIIIIHI' of HSI". lilovlx l..
Big Sislvrsz tri-us. Shun-
nnns 'llri-Y. Lflf. uln-ull.
KENNETH S'l'lCFFlCN was
on swinnning. sm-re-1' ti-znns
and Il1f'IlllIPl' lllm-lc I.: I.-
lll prr-s. 4.4 .Sly fill. iilwinl.
.IUDY S'lII'll.I.lNll was in
.A Ciapvllu lilioir. Illnvk I.,
GAA. Il0llilIt'llLlS 'l'ri-Y.
Slnfll work, :itll-ml college.
THOAIAS 5'l'liViAli'l' uns
zivtivfi in sc-niur uvtixiti:-s
at 'AIll'LlllilIll l.in1-nln lligh
BARR AHA SIONIC was
Vive pr:-s. nl high svniur
vlass: CSI", llniiutvllals 'l'ri-
A. lf.-XA, VI lll alle-ml Slam-.
HOHICIYI' SUl.l.lV,AN was
uvtivv in se-nior ulluirs znnl
llIElklUI't'4I in shop. llc- plans
tu ln' ll llllIIllllt'l'.
BRYANT 'l'Al.I.Y was av-
tive in sf-nior uflliirs while'
ziltenzlingg 'Xlvmlnnn l.in-
voln lligh Svlnml,
,IOIIN 'IVXSSIO wus il gru-
phis' arts inzijur zunl zlvtirf-
in senior ullalirs. Printing
will lw his 1'ill'CIjl'.
FRANK SNOW xiiaijnn-ll
in history zlnrl nas uvtiw
in Sf-nior affairs. Ile- plains
Alllll AH. SO Nl Nl If li IN
was He-ll I'rinm-Q-ss. in lflmr-
innis Tri-Y unll ilu- SOIIIUI'
Slmw. 'lin S. .l. Staten
was a nn-xnlu-r nl' -I0 links.
asst. yell leinlvr. llig Hrolll-
Prs. Ile plains In slnlly luw.
was I.-ll liurniwil Om-4-n
anrl was avtiw in se-ninr nl'-
li1ll'4.5llf' plans In xmrll.
was rvg prvs..xif':- prvs. nnll
ss-Qty., and in Hluvlc I.. Will
he a ls-gal swrvtury.
,IULIE S055 wus ai invin-
lwr of B101-k I, :nul Shahi-
mars Tri-Y. Shi-ill illlifllll
i My 5
:,:,2 ,ig f"' ' vi
' g n'
:img-:-' -' -a:saae:eae 1' N, - v
BARBARA TOAIASI was
on the Log: stufl. in lligg
bisters, GAA, tc-rin play.
l"utur:?: Nurse, ultr-r Flute-.
DARHEIJ. TOHNOXX' nin-
jorml in lfnglisli. swim-rim-.
zuul math. Plans In slnily
e-nginer-ring: all l..l..
DAVID 'l'Ul.l.l,lS wus :ic-
tive in senior ullzlirs whilv
attending Alrrulnnn l.in-
coln High Si-lnml.
,IO ,ANN Illlllllll was au'-
tixf' in 5f'I1l0l'LlK'IiNlllt'S. Shel
plans tu stinly nlrannailia-s
wliivh will ln- ln-r 1-nrve-l'.
'IHONIAS XAl.l'iN'l'O was
on the lmaske-tlrull. tvnnis,
and travk tn-suns. lllnvlg I..
Hvlll uttfnil l1lISl".
NORMAN VAN lllilillili
was in thas on-In-slru, nn
l't"Ill'll1,fL lvznn. alnzl In-nnis
rlnli. Hmfll alt:-ml IIIISI9.
DELI. XANhlxHxl-. was in
Sliannnns 'lri-A. taught
swinnning: nnml NilsIIll'IillJ1'I'
DANIIII. NEIL XS plans In
ante-nfl CKISF lor viigizivvr-
ing vonrsv. Was :lvlivu in
. :-.. .,
S'l'lCYl'1 'IASSIO was zu'
uw in sc-nior alluirs. Alai
jorwl in gruphii' urls. ll:
plzins printing as Ll 1-are-1-r
l.-XRIU 'IAYLOH wus z
nn-nilmr of the Bz1c'ln-flors
AIill'lllllS H1-A. Avtiw in
.IIIIJX 'IIIONIPSON Nils
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N-rrvtulml 4-nllf-gn ulwinl.
A .IOAIN 'l'IlC'l'.llIN was vii-1
pre-s. ol I-miles, IIIPIIIIPPI' ul
Hlnvk I. unll 5PlllHl'l"0I11l!llI
Ii-fl. State is nhmnl.
Hllll XHIJ 'lill.l.l'fS pliluwl
limmtlmll .lull plains In gn
in I-nllvge to stnfly Ullgllll
Allllll.-X lil. 'l'Ol3l5lNl'Ill wa
stalls illlll zwlivr' in svnirn
un the Img ancl Rfllllllllll
WILLIAM WARA was stu-
dent body treas.g in 40
Links, Student Assembly.
To attend U.C. or Stanford.
NIERLE WERRER was a
member of Student Assem-
bly, Exiles Tri-Y, reg oth-
eer. Sheill attend State.
was active in senior affairs.
Majored in social studies
and will attend CCSF.
KATHY WEY MOUTH
was editor of Log, half of
Oxivineg 40 Links and Ak-
amais Tri-Y. To attend Cal.
.IANITH WHITE was a
member of Dance Club.
Block L, Mysotics Tri-Y.
JUDITH WHITE was a
history major. Slie'll attend
CCSF and take up a dent-
al nursing course.
was active in senior affairs
while attending ,Abraham
Lincoln Iligli School.
STEPHEN WILDE was
active in senior affairs
while at Abraham Lincoln
ELAINE VICKERY was
half of Oxivineg 410 Links.
CSF, Big Sisters, Akamais
Tri-YQ On to Cal.
JUDY VISNOW was active
in senior affairs While at-
tending Abraham Lincoln
.IANICE VISSER was L-
I0 Carnival Queen. a mem-
ber ol Ilonas lrl-Y, and
active in senior affairs.
was high senior treas., in
40 Links, CSF, Big Broth-
ers. To Stanford or Cal.
WALTER VORTMAN was
in 40 Links, on Log staff
fBagdadDg was reg pres.
He'll attend U.C.
was member ol CSFg Red
Cross rep., GAA Councilg
Shannons Tri-Y. To CCSF.
ROBERT YEARY was a
graphic arts major. He
plans to work as a printer
JOANNE WILLIAMS was
a member of CSF, pres. ol
Block L, in Shannon Tri-
Y. To U.C. at Davis.
JOHN WILKENSEN was
active in senior activities
at Abraham Lincoln High
CARY WILKENINC was
H-I2 juror, reg president,
Big Brothers. lle'll attend
CCSF and Cal.
SUSAN WILSON was ac-
tive in senior affairs and
held reg odices. She'll at-
tend CCSF, study teaching.
CORAL WISE was presi-
dent of Big Sisters: secty.
of Rlock L and in ,lA. Will
attend S.F. State.
LIONEL WOOLF was a
member of Chess Club and
active in senior affairs, To
study criminology at State.
guys took off the coats at the same time. Our gentle-
man president, Al Ralietto, dismissed the student
body early so they wouldn't see the streaked-by
tears faces of our graduating girls, and then it was
rehearsal and too soon the night arrived. That every-
one was in his place early was the wonder of the
evening. Ron Antinsonls whispers to watch out for
the mike will be among the memories of several. Bob
Larribeau, Carolyn Roberts, Al Berglund, Ann
Pllueger, Karen Okelberry all represented the class
as speakers. Barbara Stone and A1 Raifetto aided in
giving out the diplomas, and suddenly it was all over
except for the kissing and hugging and congratula-
It was one of those typical September days in San
Francisco. The minute the weatherman had heard
that all the children were going back to school he
had lifted the blanket of fog that had lain over the
city all summer and had replaced it with a new,
bright coat of sunshine. All over the city, the excite-
ment of Hback to schoolw was in the air. And at
Abraham Lincoln High School, there was more than
just a little excitement.
uUnbelieVable,w the head counselor, Mr. Morris
could be heard explaining. And a moment later Dr.
Hill chimed in with, uCan you imagine-so nlanyf,
So manygthat was the first phrase applied to the
class entering Lincoln in 1957. There were 690 of
them-all lost, anxious, excited, terrified sopho-
Xvhat confusion, what delirium, on that first day.
Bravely clutching their newly-bought binders and
sporting clothes of the latest styles, the sophomores
were led around the building by seemingly infatiga-
hle high seniors known as Big Sisters and Big
Brothers. That was the first day.
As the week went on, the new sophomores began
to get used to that wonderful land known as High
School. By the end of that week, they had bought
their first Lincoln hook covers and had been to their
first high school rally. And then the work began.
,lust as the teachers lost little time in getting the
sophomores started on their first assignments, the
spirited 690 lost little time in planning their first
activities. Don Bryant, fresh from his term as presi-
dent of Aptos Junior High School, led the class in
the organization of the Spaghetti Feed. With the help
of Bonnie Hughes, Lynn Roberts, and Sue Holbrook,
whom the class had also elected as ollicers, the Spa-
ghetti Feed proved to be delicious as well as fun for
those who came. Everyone agreed that such an acti-
vity was a Htremendous accomplishmentw for so
large a class.
Bob Lewon began the high sophomore term as
president of the class. He must have seen socks in
l1is dreams that term, for the Bermuda Hop was the
big event. Wlith socks of all colors and types strung
at every available spot in the gym, the school
udanced all nightw While anxious oflicers, Sue Hol-
brook, Lynn Cipolat, and Anita Nagel, ran them-
KCOIIUILILHII at End of Senior Sectionj
Til ZWHJVI1 ei
MR. l2l.lXll2R s
Swlifn' fflrzir Spomar
LINDA MAGGIONCAIDA SUSAN HOLBROOK
I ne President Stfrrufmy
As high senior president, Pete Ecrrero has spurred
the class on to more and better activities. As part
of the background for this job, he was an assistant
yell leader during the football season. He was also
a nieniber of the Forty Links and secretary of the
Big Brothers. He was o11e of the ollicers who or-
ganized the Senior Picnic and other high senior ac-
Lynda Maggioncalda has always been a part of
the activities at Lincoln. Sho was a Junior Proni
Princess, and as a senior, she was selected by the
student body as Queen of the Bell Caine and Bell
Hop. In addition to being vice president of the
senior class, she Was a member of the Forty Links
and Big Sisters.
As Secretary of the High Senior Class, Sue Hol-
brook broadened and extended her part in the
activities at Lincoln. She was Editor of the Lincoln
Log during her High Senior year, and she was ai
NORNI COHLER LYNN ROBIERI S
1ifE61J'IH'EV fm ar
niernber of CSF, Big Sisters and was a Forty Link.
Sue also had the honor of being Superior Court
Judge for a day at City Hall.
Norm Cohler, treasurer of the high senior class
for the spring semester, is interested in science and
math, and he hopes to attend M.l.T. in the fall. He
won the Science Award for his demonstration of
llashing lights, but could be very unscientilic as well.
as when he would sneakily play with the adding
niachines in registry when he thought Hr. l7itzgerald
was not looking. He has shown the talent and leader-
ship so necessary to a successful ollicer.
Lynn Roberts, an attractive and personable girl,
was one of the leaders of her class. She has also had
a lot of experience for her job as juror of the senior
class by being the sccretary-treasurer of her class
as a low sophomore and vice president as a high
junior. She was Bell Princess in her low senior
year. Lynn exhibited the spirit and style which is
characteristic of Lincoln students wherever they are.
tcrims. :intl in CLHTA. CCSP, then, CAI ni Army.
Llllkl KKIIOSS LOIIIIIIVII tE'.In'lS.
UXYEN ALEXANDER xigis Li lginguigc in.iini', in III-mls I. .md
HUD ADKINS was :I sriunrc mgiiwr. on thu track xml Iwwling
MIKE AHIZRN rms .in inrlnstii.iI .irts m.i1nr ,intl un thu truck
PAT AITKIHN mg1inretI in Iznglish, was in J,1rcI.linus 'Iiri-Y.
Shc'Il :xttcnil Sun Joie Strike for tlentzil hygiunc,
tlgincc slums. Shfll .lttvntl Sun Jose Stgrtu.
JANET ABSIIIRE nmiffreil in Iiusiness. She
tclcphrine opcmtnr after she graduates.
PAUL ACCA N PO maj iiretl
urs, He'II gittcntl tullcgc for engineering.
CHARLES ADAMS p.1rtitip.ituI in seni-ir grfti
in: Ahrflligim Linuiln High Sclimul.
DEBBIE ADAMS maj-in-tl in Englishg w.is
Shclll work :lt tha Tclepliivnc Cmiliprrriy. thcli,
- L ,,
in science, mrithg
'Inns ri- xxnrk irc .
was in Big Iimth
xitics Whilc attend
in mmlcrn tllinuc
W fa I
wi I 'AAAAA I '
JULIE ALLISON participitctl in senior .ittixities while .ittcntlin
Ahrriham Linuiln High Sclmul.
RICHARD ALTMAN, mirth and music n1.ij-ur, Kms in Imintl
ROTC, Entcrtriinmcnt Club, GHTA. Hcill attend Strxtc.
JLIIDITH ANDERSON imiticipated in st-ninr activities uhilg
rlttcmling Ahnihgim I.in1.nIn High Sclmi-I.
JEFF ANDERSEN nude Lhincsc his rnriinr rind was nn on the.
swimming tcqim. in Block I., Big Brothers. State ahmtl,
CATHY ANDREXVS, 11 stiunrc rnnjur, was I1 nirrnhcr of Cyg- -.-. V JK
nuttcs Tri-Y. Shc'II be llll X-my tcchnicizin. ' ,
GIL ANDRINI majnred in music :intl was in brmtl, orchestra, if
Big Brothers, Hc'II make: miisiv. his priift-ssinri. " Rm
fi 1 . I
IRIS ARMOS, .in English .intl Frenrh mai-mr, was .iftiw in ilr.im,1
gintl tlurifc, term play, IHJIILC Club, UC ahead.
DORIS ARNOLD was 11 lxusincss ctlucrltiuii uiuioi rind prirtici- Q
prited in GAA, Juniur Atliicvcmcrit. Shdll attend CCSP.
,g R I
REBECCA AXELSON P.l!'lIliIPLlfCd in wniiir activities while nt'
lvntling AIWI'1lIl.lH1 Linn-iln High Scliniil.
RICH BAIIIN inzijurcgl in sticnre, mzith and hngungcs, :intl imc
in Block I., Rrilly Cnmniittcc, ROTC. COP nlmitl.
RICH BACH mgijoretl in mgithine shnp giml pgirtiriixitul in scninr
.lttixlticw xxhilr .kt Linuvln. CCSP .ll1t.lLl,
SANDRA IKAC,IGAI.I?I'l wins gr mumlwr of CSE .unl Rt-tl ffinss,
She will :im-ml State rintl LAI -to be Ll lub tcf.hniCi.:n.
is ' L7
JIM ASIMAKIS, gr math :intl Iiistury ni.iior, uns in Big Iirntliers
ROTC fulliu-rl. IIc'II nttclicl CCSP or State.
BONNIE ATKINSON m.linrt-tl in English, Spanish. :ind histury
.intl wus in thc term play. Stgltu fur teaching.
LINDA AUIBIZI., grn English. srience, and Spanish rnzij-ir, w.1s in
CSE, Big Sisters, GAA Iprcsiclcntj. UC at Davis.
IZVELYN ARVANITIS pzriticipitcd in scninr .ictixitics while 11
tr-ruling Abi.1h.im Lincoln High School.
LIZ BAIXIIQR. ,i Iiistiiiy limi-vig was .ilw Li reg unity: .in-I Littixr.
in scnini Jctixitics. S.xn Jnsu Snitz flllultl.
CIEORGIANA IIAFIJIKQO inzlinretl in English rintl rms in Bra,
Sisturs. Em.innnw Tri-Y. Shfll :rttcntl Smtc- te.1ching.
JANET IIAILIEY, n I.ingugigc :incl musir nminr, will .mr-nil U f .
:intl than gn to Iiuiwipc, Ilupt-Q Lu be a writer.
JOHN IIALDXVIN pmtiiipritutl in sn-nini rittiiitir-s whilr .ittcnd
ing AlNI'LllI.lIlI Linrnln High Sthi-1-I.
BARBARA l5AR'I'lIl.S miijoreel in English, liingugiges, :intl 'mis
:i reg orticerg Lygnettes 'l4ri'Y. State 1ihe.ul.
IANE BASKIN, ii Spanish rind English iniijor. Helil various reg
ollices. Shi.-'ll liist iittentl CCSF for tw o yeiirs.
IZDYTHE BASS stiirretl in the term pliiy :incl was in CSF while
majoring in liinguxige, seienre, math. UC or Stzinforel.
SANDY BATES suis ii Spanish miijor. l'1ll'flLilIHlICLl in il tliinee
show and was reg officer. She'll attend UC.
ROY BENSTIZIN inglioretl in shop while git Lincoln, He'll attend
CCSP after gr1itln.1tion.
BORIS BEXADO. .in English major, was rittixe in dmnm, fenc-
ing. forensics. He'll get a PhD. in anthropology.
NORM BERG in.ijorr-il in electric ixitlio shop :intl piirticipiited in
triifk and footlmiill. CCSP Liheilcl.
JEANNE HFRCLLUND uns 1 linrnemiilxing niziior. She'll attenrl
CCSF, and then, lveiluty srhoulfto be ii lxeiiutitigin.
DONNELL Bl.ODCilf'l"I' priiticipiiteil in senior iiutivities while
attending Abriihzxm l.ini'oln High Sihool.
MARTIN ROI-ll.l2N, .in inalnstrizil rirts niqiior, u.1s zxlso in Stump
Chili :ind Junior Athiexeinent. CCSP g1he.iil.
TED BOI.O'l'Tl p.ilticipiited in senior iittivilies while attending
Abraham Lincoln High Stliool.
jOHN BOl.'l'ON ixiitivipzxtetl in senior :ittix ities iluring the last
year :it Lincoln.
JACK l'iAl.l,liN'l'lNE in.iioietl in slit-nec, ninth, and lfnglish, :intl
was tigiek zintl briskcthrill m.in.igei. College aheacl.
CAROLE RARRET was llll .irt nmjoi, and active in GAA. Shell
attend CCSF .intl get mzirrienl.
BARBARA ISARRUS, ll business iniiioi, was on the D.ince :intl
Ticket Coniniittees and in Chiirniziis Tri-Y. CCSF ahead.
PAUL HARRY participated in senior zletivities while iitteniling
Abrgiluin Linroln High School.
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BEVERLY RAUIZR, scienfe ni.ijor, p1i1'tifip:1tctl in Lliince shows
GAA, CSF fsecretnryj. Shell :ittentl UC or Stanford.
RAE BAXTER wus girtive in Red Cross, GAA, and Rouleltes 'I'ri-
Y while mgijoiing in business. She'll work in ri bank.
CURTIS BAYSINGER was :in English iinel math mgiior. .is xxell
as being in Rig Brothers. He'll attend State.
DONNA l5l2Nl2DE'l"l'l, J business iniiior, was
and treasurer rind in Student Assembly. CCSF.
GARY lilfRl,lN. qi shop major, p.1rtitip.1ted in socter, footlmll,
truck, Block I.. Hc'll attend Cogswell College.
SIDNEY BIERNSTEIN pAi'ticip.1tt-tl in senior activities while
attending Alwrgihiim Lincoln High Suhool,
IDA LOUISE BLANCK miijoretl in English, science, zinal mgith
while working on Log and ffuiimal, Big Sisters. UC
DON BLANK, :in industrial arts miiior, plans to attend City
CollegeolS11n Fitimisco Lifter gixnliiltioii.
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lNlI2YERl.lli BOND suis a history miijor. She plans to join the
XY'11ves after gi'ailu1iti0n,
DENNIS RONNEI. was ri musif ingiior. .is well rig in the tlginte
band :intl on the football teim. Future -CCSF, work.
CATHY BONSOR, Ll language qinil history mqijor, suis :iutixe
in GAA, Chqiimiiis Tri-Y, She'll he .1 stewgiialess
BEV BORGESON inziiored in business ginil ltiiliiln and soltl ticlzets
to sthool tl.ini'es. CCSF41mlhegiiity sihool.
BOB BOSCH. ll llI5lHl'y I'lflllI0I'- V-15 llfiiw 511 gflllfil' .ll-tixlucs. lk-
plums tu join lllc Navy. lg
CRAIG BO'I"I'I grlxtinmllcnl in whim .utlxillu xxlvllc glttumlllmz 555' -:ii-Mjfn
Alv1.1h.1m Iluu-In lllgh Sch.-..l. " 1 'au
,, ,, ., . , firm
Slll. l'5OXNl,IgN pzxllulpgktcrnl In whim .utsxlllcs nlmlnu thc l.ul :'.:'.":'2aEgg:-
yum .lt Lum-mln High Sclmnl. 4'
,IOAN BRANDIS, .1 lwusincxs 1u.11m, wus In GAA, 'lkvnlurulm x Z
'l'L'.u'lxcr5. Student Awumlwly. lfutuxcn XfL'NVll.I'ilCNi.
DIANE BRUDER, 11 math and Spgmixln mzxim, mls gl membcr of
fjlf, GAA, Shc'll Attend SF Slum- College.
GEORGE RRIIXIER nnjl-ful in lmluitrull .UN .mll pl.1yegl hm!
lull. He'll .lttuml C,f,Sl: xml xx-ul.
l'HlI,lP BROXYN pnrtluipntul in xml.-1' gxpllxxluw xxhlh- .lttrmlingg
Alvrllhqlm I.inaull1 llsgh Scluml.
DON BRYANII' wxwcnl ni Sfunlcnt limly l'rcxuluuf, pl,l3L-gl fuullxlll.
I:-my Lmkw. uhsla- m.aim'ing rn I'H.llll. UC 4-r Sl.ml'-lx'-I,
::::-J K ' tj
FRED CAMl'P:EI.I. rnzxjorul in lmlustrinl :UIQ glml Kms 3 1'l1CIHl5L'l'
-uf the mixed clmruw. He'll nttuml CCSF.
DAVE CAIIFY Imlrtlclpgltul in sunlur 1lL'Ill1lIL'x xxhllc glttcxuling
Al'vI.lI1.1H1 l.im'-flu llxgh Schmnl.
C1l.AUDE'lUI4If CAI LOMER xxgu glstxxc in scui-n 1utlYltl6S Llllflllll
thc lust year uf xcllmwl.
GERALD BRICK mliured in linuhsh xxhllc At Iimlvlu. He pl.1m
lcutgxtlxely to Llllcml CCSP plmtUgl.1pl1y.
TONY BRICVIIT Num -an fmvrlull. ifinlx, .lml In-NN ll-urxtry thuux
xxhllc nigalulvlm lu lm.luxt1'1.xl .xrtx Cfkbl: .1hL'.1ll.
SIFIE BRlI.I,. .1 Imxiucsi ruxllu. up Active -vu sl-nl-n Umurxxistql-N,
Shbll attcml UCSF and mul. gum rung,
DOUGLAS IIRIM Ilmj-mrul In lmlim whale' mzmzpltxrxg m B12
limtlugre. mph hl.ltlw.1lltc.m1, lmml. Sure.
UAA and ulllcu In
Ilngllsh .lml Qcicnce major. was
Block I,, lfuhlru SI us' SI: State.
l'III.I. CAIN l'LlI'lIL'll',llCLl in mum: .lpfivltlcs xxhilu .xftcndlng AlNI'.l-
h.xm I.lnurIn Hmh Sclnml,
MARY LAMIZRON p.utifip.1tul in scuiwr .utlxlliuf
hut you .lt Ijhwln.
JOHN CAMI'lil2l.I.. Ll math rnplinr, xxiu in tual: :xml
Ny, Bl-ml: I.. Big Blmtlxclw. 1151: fcnglnrcllxvq,
l'AI,II. CQOCIAIN pgmicipntcll in sn-niur nctxxltlcs Nxhxlc Mtcmlin:
Almxham Ijmulu lllgh Sclnml.
2 A zzz, Ng
BARR CARSON majored in l3ll5II1C5S Whilc :lt limiuln. Shdll -V
.mth-ml collage-, thu-rx get il 1-ulw tmxcI'ing,
VIACK CARTER. Init-'nry aml Iinqlish rnxlln, pllxull lmilgctlxlll. 'F'
XY.l5 in Hmmm I-I1-Y. Hc'll Llttcnll CCSP. ' "-"
MARILYN fQAS'I4I.li was .lftlxu in sullur .ldlxitn-s xxhilc linlxlnngi
hu' husincss rnzziur. She'll .lttcnll CLBF, x' I
is gm x .,::
LINDA CANUTO, math 111.11-ur, pzlltlciputul in GAA, -vrfluwrrgx.
lilcwfk I, juurnzxlism. Shc'll qlttrml state' lc.ul1ur.
LIRACIY LARISUNI m.xjmcll in nic-nie. WA: .x mcmlwex Ht III-wk
I.. GAA. lilmlntw 'llrr-Y, Shy-'ll ,lttcrul CCQSIJ---xlnxrxilk.
KAREN CQARl.ll.If. lwusiuuss ulmgltinn nul-lr. Nuns In GAA. SIM-'Il
xxurlc nt Stzrmlzxrll Oil zxltcx
DENNIS CARNIEY held ug:
llclll ,lttrml III Dcntll SLIM-.ll
I g-,z,z,.g:g:::'?' Ag
MARY CASIRO xngljmcll in lwuwincis. plxluipgxlul in CIAA. YT MND
lllg Simturf, .lull lu-ld :cg wlllxcs, ilwllege, xxlulx.
-limes whllu 111.11-uma 111 Iximuy,
PAUL CHASE was fl math major, reg ohicer, and in orchestra
and Pentatlilim. Civuswell, U of Neiada-V--enzincering.
TERRY CHEATUM rnajnred in music, participated in Senior' ai'-
tixitics. He'll he 11 liigliway patrnlman,
PHIL CHERNOFF majored in math and was il niemher of the
Chess Club. He'l1 attend State nr Cityfffeleeriwriias.
DINAH CHILDRIHSS, English and Spanish rnajiir, xxnrked on the
Jw1n'2111Z and Leg. liiitnre e-Ifnixersity ut O14-gun.
ROSEMARY CLARK majored in business and was reg president.
She'll work after ggrarlxiatiunfcareer, marriage.
RICHARD CLA'1"I' was a member nf Flirty links, Bllvck L. Big
Brothers, played fiwtulull. Future-San Juse State.
NORLL COHLER, 11 math and science niajivi, served as high
seninr treasurer, was in CSF, INIIT or UL' eriginecririg.
MARY LOU COLIN fliwgnj majored in English and business.
held reg offices, was in Tzlndas Tri-Y. CCSP ahead.
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TOM CONNELLY participated in senior actixities during his
last year at Abraham I.ll1CO1fl High School,
JOHN CONNER, an English major, alsu p:1i'ti1'ipated in font-
liall, track, Barons Hi-Y. CCSP, State ahead.
JIM CONROY was a math major and alsiu jwlayerl haskethall,
nas in trafk, liluuk I.. Hr-'11 attend CCSF, wink.
DICK CONROY was assistant Student liudy yell leader While
majoririg in math 111111 Iinglisli. State- tearliing.
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KA'l'HlIj CAVLlER111aj--red in English. srirnfe, 111111 lanuiiages.
was in Big Sisters. GAA. Future- rnediiine.
LINDA CECCON. art, liistmy, and Spanish niajiir, was i11 'I'1'i11's
l'i'1-Y and 'lliriwirnxx s leathers. State, Cal-Hart.
PETE CIERRI was an industrial arts and science rnajor. Hell at-
tend CCSF after' j1l'ClQILlIlfl0I'l,
BARBARA CHAPMAN pq11'tic'ijv:1ted ir1 senior activities while
attending Alnraham Lincoln High Srlnml,
LINDA CHRISTIANSEN, Ll language major, was in Tomor1'ow's
Teachers, A Capella Choir, Chess Club. Stewardess.
NORMAN CHRISTIANSEN majored in science and history. H0111
attend San Mater: JC, then, UC.
DIANE CHITRCH Mas a sling girl. in CSF, dance slinws. F-vrty
Links, while majoring in English .ll1x1SPJUI9ll.L1C.
LYN LIPOLAT serxerl as Student Body vice president, sun-1 will
was in CSF, Forty Links, UC f11i'tears11ing. A A
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DONALD COLLIN was a math and English major and was on
the ritle tearn. He'll attend Cal--six months in army.
JUDITH COLLINS participated ir1 senior actixities while attend-
ing A17l'Il1l1lIIl Linunln High Sclmivl.
JOHN CONDAN. a math r11.1j1v1', plans tn attend City Cullegc
ut ban lirxxiitisu-1 alter Qraduatiiin.
RICHARD LONDON majnred in English and played f1mtlw.1Il.
XV.1s als-1 1111 Ill-:ck I.. Barirns Hi-Y. CCSP. State.
CORINNE COOPER majored in hnme economics and was active
as 1 senior. Shell work at Bank nf America.
DON COOPER, a math and sciente major, played in thc band,
was un tr.11'k team. Hell attend CCSP.
RALPH CORDIERO inajured in liisrnry and played on the basket-
hall and sorter teamsg track. CCSF or USF.
SHARON CORSIGLIA danced in shim s, was a memlwer of CCSP,
while rnajoring in languages. CCSP- dental assistant.
JUDY COX majored in English and business and was a member
uf GAA. She'll work fur Metropolitan Insurance.
DENICE CRISPI, a husitiess major. participated in GAA and
held reg others. She'll attend CCSE--stewardcss.
ERIC CRYSTAL was actixe in fnrensicsH-president. while majnr-
ing in history, languages, science. UC ahead.
DAXVN CUSHING was an art major and held reg ofhces. She'll
attend CCSI7 and study to be a cnsmetitiun.
JAY DANZIG participated in athletics, Bluck L, Custodian Com-
mittee. CCSP or SF State then service.
MIKE DAXV participated in senior actixities while attending
Abraham Lintuln High Sclwul.
TOM DAY majored in history and was actixe in senior activities.
He'll attend Oregqun State, Air Force.
CAROL DECKER participated in senior artixities dnrine her last
year at Abraham Lincoln High Schnol.
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LEO DINNEEN participated in activities during the senior year
at Abraham Lincoln High School,
KATHY DERMIS was a homemaking, business, and art major
and was a member of Athenas 'I'rifY. CCSF, SJ State.
BOB DEVLIN served as assistant Student Birdy yell leader, was in
Big Brnthers. Major--math. SF State.
CAROL DQVOTO partitipated in seninr artix ities while she at-
tended Abraham Lincoln High Srhnnl.
CHARLES CUSHNER maiored in science and participated in the
Science Fair. He'll attend State Navy.
DENNIS DAHLBERG. an English maj-wr, was a member of the
Hangnxers Hi-Y. Hc'll iuin the Air F-rrce. cullcge.
HARLAN DAKE was a member uf CSF and the Stamp Club
while majoring in social studies, languages. State.
SANDI DALY was nn the Lag and Roundup staffs, in Aksalas
TrifY. Her major- English. CCSP. State ahead.
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RICHARD De CUIR majored in math and mechanical drawing
and was in track and funtball, CCSP-4electronics.
DIANE DELZER majored in business, did nfhre work. She'll
wink in a bank after graduation.
MARTIN DEMPSEY participated in senior activities during his
last wear at Al-wraliam Lincoln High School.
PEG DERAS was an All-I usherette and majored in art. She'll
he a tashi-in illustiatur in the future.
AIAA- Q XVENDY DICKSON majored in French, participated in after-
,.., - 2 4 school sports. Shell attend Mills --archaeology.
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"EE 'f:.::5jf'fiEEa. ,, I-::E..ii . my is BRENDA JO DIEHL was a member of CSE, Big Sisters, reg
Sf! Q. -' i presiclentg naajurf-flaniguages. U of Oregon or UCQ.
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V, 1' ig? f ,E"','n :.- vi KAREN DIVISEK majored in English. was in 'fuinnrr-vw's
N. I ii" W Teachers, Entertainment Cluln, Sli Statcgdietirian.
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, ROBERTA DIXON majured in English and lirenih, was a Incin-
,gfgf lWL'I' of Big Sisters, starrcrl in term play. CCSE, UC.
ARLENE DODGE participated in seniin' activities vhile attend- QQQQ 'I V
ing Abraham Lincoln High School. ,.,. ix V
HAIIBAFA DOILMAN participated in activities during her high ,W 5' V A 'Sir it an
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ARIN DOUGLAS majnretl in husiness, was in A Cappella Clwir. ig 'i 1 .. cw?" ' iii. ii
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PA'I DOYLIL, art maj-vi wwrked on the Stage iiew. seni-ir attivi- W ,, ' ' r' Q, fir -
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TINA DRESCHER was a mcxclxqxxxxlising maixxr. :xml pxxricilmxtctl in
Rcsl Crxxss, hcltl rag ixtinfcs, CCSI7, Ifxxlxxpc.
RON DIZVCHIER xxxajxxrfll in lrist-vrv, vas Q1 mcmhcr wt tht
urcstlxng :xml trzxtli teams. Hu ll attcml CLSI4.
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fx NW, Q tary nt Cwqxxt-ttcs lrx-Y. She ll lixc aml work in NY.
DIANNE DUPRE. an English :xml lfrcxxclx maixxr, was xx mcxnlwx'
.1 'Q A of Big Sisters. lilxxck I., Log stall. CCSP xxx' Cal.
LARRY DUSKIN playctl hasltetball while maixxring in history.
Hc'll attend KXQSIT :xml State. and jvxin thc Navy. I
l'AUl.A DUENSINO was a shop major a ml nn thc swimming aml I V H
track teams. Hc'lI :xttcml CCSF and wurk, w ' :fi
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SALLY EASTER was secretary nt jarclzxincs Tri-Y. reg nllixccr, QE I is
in jA, Maiixrfhxxsint-ss cdxxczxtion. IBIXI school. af A Mwst?
XVAYNE EDXVARDS was xx math nlajxir, in Big lix'ixtlxex's. prcsil .fi - A
tlcnt uf reg. fin trafli team. Cixgsxvcll, UC- cngixxzur. is
FRANK EDXVARDS was on the track team, Block L, CSF, at-
tended Boys' Stateg majored in Latin, math. Law at UC.
NANCY EGBERT majored in home economics, was active in
GAA, xlancctl in shows. She'll attcml Citvf -nursing.
SHARILYN ELAN' majored in English. sang in the A Cappella
Choir. Shdll attend State College-teaching.
CHARLES ENGLUND participated in senior activities xvhilc :xt-
temling Ahrahxxm Lincoln High Srhuxxl.
FRANK ENGLE xnxxifxrctl in industrial arts, was un the tennis
team, in pentathlxxn. Cxvgsxvull. Navy.
BARBARA ERILKSON xxmgxixirctl in Spanish. music. xx as a member
vit Fixity Links, Fug Sxstt-rs, C.Sl'. A Cappella Choir, CCSP.
CHARLOTTE ERXYIIN. .x math tngxixrr. Nvxs in Big Sisters, Senior
Shmvs. She'll attcml Cal at Davis.
GENE ESTRIBOU xxuxiuxul in scicxlcc aml English, was a mem-
Iwr of Block I., All-City iitlu tram, Rally Cxvmxxx. CCSP.
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She majored in math :xml sficncc. UCfpsyclxuIngy,
PETE FERRERO, hxxsincss majm, xvas assistant vc-ll leader, high
scnixvi' president, in lfxvrty Links. Air Flares.
PHII. FILANDO xxlgxixvivtl in English aml scicnfc, played Soccer.
Hc'll attend Stats msn xxml manage a luxsixxcss.
RICH FELTON plaxul Iwasulmxll, was mcmhci uf CII-ITA, xnaiorul
in math, l'll5fl7I'y. flxwgsvxt-ll Cxxllcgc for cxxgixxccrixxg.
INIARILYN EUL majored in math aml French. sang in A Cappella
Choir, was a member of GAA, Blxxtls l.. CCSFftcaChixxg.
DONNA EXVING was in tlxc GAA, m'clxcstx'1x, while majorixxg in
Science :xml lzxngxxaxges. State'--Iahxxi'atxxx'y technician.
ROBERT EXVINS maimed in math aml scicnfc and was a mom-
bsr of CSF. Hc'll attend San Iixxxmisux State Cnllegc.
MICHAEL EXVELI. was in thc ROTC aml Chess Clxxlwg lx: ma-
jorctl in math aml science. CCSP ui' Air Ifxxrcc Afaclcmy xxx' Stats.
CAROLE FICIOLE participxxtetl in suniixr activities while attcml-
ing Ahrahgxm l,im'-mln High Sclxuixl.
MARGARET FISHER majorctl in Iwxxsinuss ctlxxcatinn, was in
GAA. Blfwk I,, Shc'll Study in Exxmpr.
BARBARA ITISCHI. participatutl in senior activities wlxilc :xt-
tcmling Alvralxqxm l.im'uIn High Stlxmxl.
SIDNEY FLECQKNER participatetl in scnuix' activities during lxcr
last yt-ai' at Ahrahxxm Lincoln High Sul:-iiil,
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VICKI GRANT. Spanish major, sang in A Cappella Choir, was
On Loy and Kfmrnfnjv staffs, GAA. CCSP, State.
TOM GRAY majiiierl in mathematiis .mil languages. He'II at-
tenil CCSI7, LTI. then jnin serxite.
GUY GREEN. inrlustrial arts rnainit was inn the swimming team,
in Laneers Tri-Y. CCSF or ljliferieineerine,
JUDl'I'I'I CRIZZ majored in business. was un I--I plan, in Future
Nurses, XVurk at AAA, take heautitian unirse.
LYNN HALIBAN participated in senior activities while attend-
in Abraham Lincoln High School.
NANCY HALLYBURTOX majored in Enslish, participated in
mwtlern dance. was reg SCC1'EfLl!'fV, XVilI attend State.
GARY IIAMER. industrial arts major, sang in A Cappella Choir,
was in wrestling tournament. I-le'Il work.
PETE HANSON was on the suffer and swimming teams. He'lI
attend City College of San Francisco.
JERRY HASTY majored in shop. He plans to Nnsilc for a baking
ulnipany or iliixe rt bus. He Was reg president.
MARCQIE IIASTY, business major, partiiipateil in senior actixi-
ties. Shell work for the Telephone Company.
MARCIARET IIAUG majored in business. was in Senior Shows.
Shell attend Healds Secretarial College.
DIANE IIIEAIIAI majored in Science anil lfrenrli, was in Altsalas
Tri-Y, UAA, 'l'omorrow's Teachers. State teaching.
FRED De LIROSZ majineil in Iinelish, plajetl Ivaslctthall, was in
urehestra, held reg -wtlires. IIC. Navy.
KEN GOLIGH. language and history maiiir, Mas un llllkli, has'
lsethall. eruss Lwvuntry teams. llluelt L. CCSP.
BARBARA GRAHAM inajiireel in English, was in 'lantlas 'I'ii-Y,
un yin-igug eiimnuttues. San Mateo JC, Hawaii aheaal.
RENATE GRATT was a member of Block L, Railiu Cluh, while
inajixring in English and science. Sl: State or Germany.
PAUL GORMLEY majored in math and art, was on Honor Roll,
swimming team. He'll attend CCSF, UC'-dentistry.
SANDY GRAVER majored in business, was in Reel Cross, held
reg oxiice. Shc'lI attend State, be a secretary.
LEE HADDICK majored in mechanical drawing and machine l
shnp. XVill attend City College and Cal Poly.
JUDY HAGGPIAN, an English and home economies major, was
in JA, fashion show, Seninr Show. CCSP and State.
STEVE HARDY majored in math, played football, was on
swimming team, in Forty Links, low senior pres. Cal-Poly.
GEORGE HARRINCTON partieipated in senior aetix ities while
attending Abraham I.int'oln High School.
MIKE HARRIS. math, seienie. lanxuage major, nas in CSE. Red
Cross, Chess and hfath Llnlws, XVIII attend UC.
KENNIE LEE HART majureil in business and math and was un
the girls track team, in GAA, CCSP, track.
ELAINE HEALY majored in business and held reg offices. She'll
attend CCSEg become a stevartless.
ROSS HEIL, an alt majiii. played basketball, was a set designer.
in Big Brothers. CCSPf-Cinnmercial artist.
CAROL HEINEMANX was CSE secretary, life member of CSF,
in GAA, majiwretl in math and stienre. Stanford ur UC,
IJOIJ I-lIMMEI.S'l'ERN inajnrecl in English, He plans to attend
Santa Monica City College, stait own business,
VERONICA llENNEbSlfY IIl.liUI'Cil in Hmtli, plzixed in the lunil,
wzw in GAA. Shdll attend Stxtc, lic ri miiil wniker.
FRNIE HFRREA xnajnird in math. was nn the trzxilt .ind trim
cwuntry tt-.iiny played in lwzintl, CCFF, Cul.
l'HYI.I.IS HERSIXYITSKY. science and lwueincm 111.111-r. Hill
.ittcnd Pzxszidcuii JC, wnrlt fur Metrnpnlitgin I.ifc lm.
DAVID HICIKS majored in lxistury, pldycd fnivtlwiill. xx.is in Bi
Hrwtliers. CCSF. S1 State. summer in I-Igixxgiii.
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MARY HOVAKIMIA nmjured in Science and business. was in
GAA. Shell attend CCSP. State. wnrls. traxel.
DAVID HOFFMAN. math, science. :ind German mziiur. was in
the Chess Cluh. UC-' zlstrunxiuticnl pliysirist.
MARY HOGAN pzirticipgitul in scninr .ictivitics xxhilu attend'
ing Abrgihgim I.inwln High Stli-ml.
ROBERT HOCQLHARD. liixtmy ingijm. plgxyul in thi- nrchestizx.
He'll join the Nuxy lifter guiduatimi.
JEROME HOXVARD participated in senior activities while :it-
tending: Al1fllllHm Lincoln High School.
JAN HOXVELI., language mai-mr, plans to work at a retail store
.iftcr graduation. and then gut married.
BONNIE HUGHES m:1jurcd in English, hold claw oflices, was
Student Fmtly Secretary. Forty I.inlsQ. St.xtv.'-f-tencliiiig.
'IANYA HUNTER pirtiiipzxtetl in wniiir .ittivities while attend-
ing Ahriilniin l.incnln High Sulmnl.
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CHUCK ISSEI.. math and Sticncc major. WAS on hilximg .uid font-
lsqill teamx. Hell attend Lzxlffengincering.
,IOHN JACOBSON will miith. liistnry mai-yr. in lilnylt I.. Forty
I.inlcS. Snlmnl Cnstodixn, CCSF. C.il ur Stdtcg St-inte.
CQAIL ,IEFFRIQY ingijmqil in lmsincxs, Shu plans ln xnnl: at the
'l'clupliim4.- f,iunp:iny .iltci ,u1'gulu.xtiim.
MARY HDL' JESKI pgiitiiipzited in wninr .artixitiw While .it-
tcnding Ahipihgim I.im'uln Iligh Schi-nl.
JAMES HICKS partifipzxtul in Senior iiutixitics Nxhilc attending
Alwrnlmm I,im-iln High Stlwnl.
MARILYN IIIIUY, lwnit- uivimiiiiu mai-ll. urn in wni-ni' .utiwir
tied. Shbll zittrml LCSF. l'1,C'f-airline xtL'xx.iidLsx.
JAN HICCilNliO'I'HAN, sliunct: miiiui, xnxx reg ullliul, in Big
limtlicrs. 1-lgiycd fnotbnll. triuli. AF Alixdciny.
BOB HINCKLI2 rn.ii-ned in l.ingn.i+'f-N mis in Bel-Airw HifY.
1lc'll'wm'lt .lttcr g1'.1du.ltivm.
SUE HOLBROOK, English major, was Editor of 1.0.2, in CSE,
held class imllitrs. on fencing tram, Fnrty Links. UC, Antioch.
DAVID HOLDEN mainrcd in math. languages, social sriencc and
English. Hell 1xttcndSF Stgitc Cnllexe,
ITRAN HOI.I.IiERG. lvxixixmt-ts nminr. xnxx in GAA. Shdll Work
git the B. R, Funstmn C-v. Llliftf gimlngitiuii,
DENNIS HOOVER !'H.lII7l'L'ul in Shop :ind plains tu .ittcnd Yule
lifter grgidufiti-ui. Hell bi-wine A jnnit-ur,
XYAYNE HUFF, math. Iznglmh and rniisic nujor. Sang in the
A Cgippclll Chuir, uni in CSF. Hc'll Attend UC.
BARBARA IIITRD was un the Ing stall and in juniur Auliicxc-
ment while majoring in English, history, saicnce. CCSF.
MARIIYN HYDE, lwiuiinm nujor, wh in the liIllL'l'f.lIllIUClIf
Clnh. Shc'll xxnrlc .utter gmtlnntion. gittund wllegu.
jill-IN HYMES nujnrul in sntiiil stndil-4. held ic: Intuit-, M115
in Bluclx L. Big limtlicix. sn imming. Hgxvi-iliml.
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JACK JOSEPHSE m:1i111' 11114 music. HC was i11 the Entcrtglixif
mc'11f:111d Radio Clubs. Hc'll gitti-nd CCSF, Stats.
ROBIN KAPIAN was .1 111i111l1i-1' uf Sixtcis, .utivitics editui'
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MIKE KIASPER m11j111'cd i11 wiizil studies. played l1111tIw11ll. xxgis
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AlWI'I1l1,IIIl I.i11c11ln High Snlimil.
SANDY KELLY, I111si11cw11111j111', p111'ticip11tciI i11 CIAA, l1owli11g.
Shc'II xxurk 111 Federal Iii-winvc liiinli. xlttcnd CCSP.
KEVIN KIINEAIY p.11'tiii1111tul i11 Seniur iutixitici during thc
lnst YLZII' 411 Ah1'.1l1g1n1 I.i11u1l11 High Schunl.
ROSE ANNE KENXEY. 111i1'1l11111disir1g 111:11111. 111.1111 to ntts-11d
CQityfl1llcgcgl111l Cm1li1111c111 thc IwuxinSSS lifglnl.
JAN JUVET. husiiiusx 111.1i111. plans tri wink :it the Tclcpliiwnc
C11111111111y, than INCCOIDC .111 .lII'lIllC SICV11ll'klL'i5.
I.liN JOHANSEN plziycd lwgislxcthull. gulf, 1' 11s 111c'111hcr nf Iigmriiv
H1-Y, while n'111j111'i11g i11 lilnguxlge, CCSF, Clqxl.
LINDA JOHNSON 111g1i111'cd in English, was ICQ utligcr, in Stu-
dcnt Assn-nlhly. Shdll .lttcnd SF or J Stalin
NORMA JOHNSON. l111xi11c-wi and Suicnuc m.1j11r, XVHS
H1-litre 'l'1'i-Y. Shc'll .lttcnd busincsa uvllugc. wiirk,
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l'1II.I. JOYCE. English 11nd history mujur. plqlyul husebull. fun!-
lmill. uns in truck. CCSP, Air Forccfclc-ct11111ics.
JOAN KAIAJIAN 11111j111'cd i11 English, was in Senior Show 11nd
H11I1d11y III Squaw Vnllcy. Shell attend CCSP.
GARY KANES n111j11rs xwic nuth. icicnnc. English. langilfigcx.
Ho 11 .119 111 CSF, ROTL, Big Brothers. UC 111' St.111I'11rLl.
JOSEPH KANE p.11'ticip:1tcd i11 Senior activities while
AINILIIILIITI Lincoln High Scliiml.
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CSIZORGIT KAYES xniijiurcd in math, played in the band, sung in
thi- A Cippellfi Chiiii. Hc'll join Navy, muwir Sclioul.
STEVE KEEEE n1.1i111'cd in II'lEQlITlI'AIClll d1',1ui11:. He pixinx In
Ntiit ,111 gipprenticssliip i11 uluctricnl trzulc,
BOB KEENER IWLlI'fIKIIW,lfCcl 111 nzniur iiftixitiu xxhile attending
Al1I'.Il1LIIl1 Lincoln High Sfliuul.
DAVID KIMBALI, induSt1'ig1l Arts r11:1jc11', w.1s in the Chess Cluh.
HKIDI KESTON m.1j111c1I i11 Frz1ncI1, Nciunig 111111 nuth and 11.11
in UAA. CSF, Shc'Il Attend CfllifE3CIlII1Q.
HOB KEYSAR. math, English. l1ist1'11'y mgiiui, played sumcc1'.
Iwaucimll. was in Big limtlxclw. SF State C0114-gc.
DIAINE KIDSON p111'tici1111tcd in senior gicfivitics 1Iu1'i11g thc lui
ycgli' git AIWIXIIILIITI l.i11u1I11 IIigI1S1h1111l.
CIAROI. KINDER 1n.11111ud in huxinrsx .uid ,11r. held reg ullifcs
Sho plum to become LI si-fri-tgiry.
DIANE KLIRKJIAN. un English Hlillor, was vice president of
Athenas Tri-Y. Shc'll attend IISM school.
KIZNNETH KI'I'EI.EY particrpatcrl in Senior' artivities during the
List year at Ahraharn Lincoln High School.
CAROL KLIZIN majored in English, scienrc, anrl Ifrunch. was .r
rncmhsr of ling Sisters. Shr-'ll :ittcml CQCQSF tirst.
DIANE KNUTSEN, science major, participatcrl in senior artrvil
tn-s. 5he'Il attcnrl lwcauty srhool lu-autifizxn.
CHUCK KUISERKA majored rn slicnce and plgryr-rl in the banrl.
Ile plans to attc-ml CCSF, than Cal.
GEORGE KEYES p.1r'tiuip1xtul in senior actrxrtius while attcnrlf
ing Abraham Lincoln High School.
LARRY LAIIEL. math maior, was also on the tunnis team, Ile
plans to attend State, then Cal.
PAM I.AINIACROIiIi'Ii was in Ilrg Sisters, Trilws 'liri-Y, rug otlirurg
majored in Spanish. St.1tcf--airlrrrr- lrostcss.
ELIZABETH LARKIN, scicnrc and Spanish major, held rug of'
lifes, was in UAA, Block L. lintnrcffnursing.
HUGH LARRICK majored in II1tLll1lIlICfIl rlraxx ing. nas reg olhrcr.
track. CCSP-fsmgrll parts engincur.
BARBARA LARSON was in thc tcrm play. Athr-nas Tri-Y, Stn'
rlcnt Assembly. Statefto lnccomc social worker.
ROBERT LASSALLE particirwatr-rl in senior' :rutrxitir-s during thc
last year at Abraham Lincoln High School.
MARIE l2I.lXAIIli'liI'I KOIZIINLR majorul in Ixrrglish arnl Nurs
in CIAA. Slirfll gltlurrrl State: Iintulc'--ministry.
CHECK KRILLIER plavul Iootlxill. Nurs in Iioity Links. Iilorlt I.
vhrlc majoring in English. slrunau. C.K,SI:, Statc.
IIERYL KNOLLER, srlcnrc major, was in lilorlc I.. CIAA. -In
Dance Klornmrttuu. Shc'II altcnrl NI: State Collcgr.
KAREN KRAMER PLII'lIL'Il'.llL'kl in CIAA. was in CSF, Big Srstl-rs.
Nlajore-rl rn Iarrqnauus. Shdll attrnrl Cal,
LINDA LELAND, English and Spanish major, nas in Aksalcrs Tri-
Y, Tomorrow 's Tcaclrers. To attcnrl SF or Sj State.
CAROL LEVIN was a Junior Prom Princess, in UAA, CSF, Tan-
rlas Tri-Y, rug orrrrerg Spanish maror. EC.
SUSAN I..EVI'I'A rnaiorcrl in hnsincss, was rn CIAA, 'l'omor'roxx's
iliuzlrlicls, Rell Cross. Shc'Il work, gut malricrl.
PENNY ILXVIS, science anal lwnslncss major. was rcu prtsirlc-rut
.intl represerrtatiu-. Future nnrsrnu.
MEI. LANIXIIIRS, English arnl art mayor, was a mcmlwr ol
lilofk I., gross country tcarng All-City trarlc. CIQSF, UC.
ANNE LANLASTER sang in A Capps-Ilgr Choir, was in Ifortx
Links, UAA. llrg Sistersg English, scicnrr' majors. UCf-fllrris.
CAROLINE LANDES majorr-rl rn husiness .rnrl mnsic, nas song
girl and in Cflrarrnais Trr-Y, IBM school ahuarl.
.IANEEN LANIIM. mrrsir major, was in the A Cappella Choir.
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IUANN l.A'I'ORRE, hnsrnr-ss major. nas rn UAA, sccrclarv ul
reg. Shdll uorlt at Procter N Ciarnlwle.
PAUL I.Al'II rurrtirirxrtcrl in svrrror actixitrr-s uhilr- .rtrcnrling Al1I.l'
ham Lrnroln High Mhool,
GARY LAZARIIS marorul rn matlr, history, Llngnagcs. nas .1
lirg Brother, Ill-'ll attend SI? Ntatc math.
ROBERT IIQIE participatr-rl in srnirr .rrtrxrtnrs xxhilg .rttunrling
Ahraham Lrnroln High Srhool,
JOYCE LOPER nmjoretl in Englieh and Spanish, xx.is in Big
Sisteie, GAA, SCS, Blotlx I.. SJ St,1te, U of Himpiii.
MARK VAN LOUCK5 was on Dante Cnmmittec, Senior Rzllly
M.C.. in Senior Jinx, reg president: sports.
JOHN LOVELL, science :mel math mziior, played footlmll, uns
Student Body custodian. He'II nttentl USC or LUS.
SANDY I.OXY' piirticiplitctl in senior activities while gittemling
Alvinligun Lincoln High School.
BARBARA MADISON, English miiior, was CSF life mcmlwr,
student direftor of term play, Assistant Ronfzdnp editor. IIC.
LYNDA MACGINCALDA mnioretl in business atlininistriition.
uns high senior vecp, Bell Queen, Forty links. CCSE.
JAMES MAKER mziioretl in ninth. mis in tizick. wow tountry.
wrestling. He'll join the Mei'th.1nt Murine,
CARI MAIIICIK nujoreil in music gintl Engli5h, nu lily incmlwcl'
of CSF, editor ot Rfmzzdnji. Forty Links. SE St.ite.
BOB IEXVON majnrecl in m.1th nncl scienfe. was in Forty lilllw,
Block l.. Hell attend the Aix' Force Academy.
CIAROLE LINDBERG. Engliyh mnior. was in Jolie-S Tri-Y ginil
A Cappella Choir. Shell iittentl St.1teffte.iChing.
GARY LINDSAY mziioietl in Nhop, participated in senior iutivif
ties. Hc'lI attend Ll junior tollege.
BlI.I. I.l'I'CHEIEI.D, English mgljor, was in Block I., plgiyeil foot-
bglll g truck. He'II attend CCSE :Intl work.
DAVID LEEBHOFE majored in history, um in A Cappella Cilion,
Chess Clnlw. CCSF-forest ranger.
LAURENE LUND nujorecl in Iuisiness, English, was
I., GAA, Big Sisters. SJ State or CCSE, then Czxl.
BOB LUTTICHER. mzith, metliiiniciil tlrxm-ing mnioi'
Block I.. played tennis. Heill nttentl SIT State, work,
JIM IYONS participated in senior zlctixities while
Abmhznn Lincoln High School.
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NIARII"l'lA MARQUARDI miioiul En I Ii S CAA
Coqutltts 'Iii X Qhe Il itteml BYU ILICIIIIZ
BARBARA MARTIN I xi tw uorlxcd in senior shox
e I ittenel IBNI sthril I I
fx YRRIIH XIARTIY pqirtitiizitetl in senior activities tlnriny ic
in Q1 L 7I'1I'lLlIII .ineon gh SCI '1.
RICHARD MARTIN pg1i'titip.1tt-Il in Senior activities ring
lust your at AI1r:lhamI.ineoIn High Sehool. '
, uns in
MARILYN MANNHEIM, mgijorctl in math, English, lntin, was
CSE lite member, in GAA, Block I.. Stiinford or UC.
MOLLIE MAILEY, science major, um in GAA, Forty I.inlxS, Big
Sisters, Blotl: I.. SF State oi' UCftc'1icliing.
GARY MARBLE majored in English, played footlxill :intl biwe-
Iwgill. I-le'II nttencl City College ot Sin I:I'1lIlCISCH.
I.ESl.lE MARCUS, English and French major, was in term play,
on Img ntntf, reg president. State-ffpsycliology.
VICKI MARTIN majored in English, tlimced in shows, pziillci-
pqltetl in Y activities. She'Il ixttenil U of Ort-gon,
GERALD MARTINEZ. mech.1nit.1I iliyming major, was in tmtl.
.intl cross country. Hell join the Naxy.
Bll,I. MARXVEG niqljoretl in English, played football XYIS in
Block I., on Custodian Cloniznittee. USC or U of Oregon.
BARCILAY MASSEY inziiort-il in history, played Imsketlugill, was
in Blotlf I.. Htfll join the Selxicc.
BOB MAY, math, science, Frcnth maint, XVII? on swimming team,
in Chess Club, rug olliter. Future fUC.
DICK McAl.I.IS'I'IiR, machine shop maior, ua: in CHTA, Hfll
attend CCSF or State. .intl join thu Suri ice.
BARBARA NCAULIIIFE maiort-tl in business, Shu plans ro work
for Metropolitan Lite lnsuranfc Coinpany.
CLAUDIA INlcAUl.lI3I:E, homu making majnr, V119 in Stage ciaft.
Shcill study to bc a tlsntal nursc.
MARTIN MCGUINN, English :intl intlustrial arts major, played
bziskutball. was rug otlicer. CCSP, work,
SHERI MCKERCHER majored in art and English, uas in Ifoiti
Links, Big Sisters, CSF, GAA, U ot Oi'cgoi1-flinstrss.
LINDA Macl.ENNAN was a Big Sister, in Hlotla I.. GAA, Rou-
lcttcs Tri-Y Q major fbusincss. SI: State-H teaching.
SUE MENTZER maiorcd in business economics, was a Big Sistt-1.
in lntlcpcmlents 'l'1'i-Y, SI: Statcfn-CPA.
HARRY MINCIIIRH math anal Iinglish major, participated in
senior activities. Ilc'll attend Colinga College.
ROBERT MENNIST majoretl in math, was in Iiorty Links. Big
Iliothcrs, rillc team. He'lI attcntl XVust Point.
'JOAN MISRACK. business major, was in CSV. 'Iantlas Tri-Y,
rug olhcer. Shdll altcntl UC.
HELEN NlTCI'IEl.l, was on Lug stall, in Emanons Tri-Y, rug
ixlhggfg major-flxistory, languagus. Ijcfflllfillii.
NICKIE MOIIIZR, art major, woikctl in stagcfralt, ANH exhibit,
was a member ol' GAA. S-I Statv or CCAC, Europe.
JEAN INIOORE majored in busint-ss, vas a mcmhcr of Bl-ak I.,
GAA. She'll work at the Toy XX'orItl in Stoncstoun.
SANDRA MORAIIIIO was in UAA, Aksalas 'I'rifY, flanrc show,
while majoring in English. Shc'lI attcntl Statv tracliing.
AIAN LIORID, math and sticmx- major, was a int-mln-r of CSF,
lllotk IM ritIt-tt-an1,fIT- physii ist oi cnuinrci.
DOUG MQCONTNOV, history rnaior. played lwqislxtftlull, I-lc plans
to attcntl City Collcuc of San Ifrantisco.
KEVIN McCAR'l'IIY maioit-tl in Iiist-'mrxg nas rug iuusitlt-nt, in
Nlwctll Club, Ilu'll xxorlc for Sli Class C,ornp.iiiy.
NICHAEI, BMCORMICK, English, liistory, langnaut- maioi, xx is
ROTC othtcr. Big lirothcr. CC,SIi, AI? Aratlciny.
ROY MCGOIILIII played golf, was on Custoilian Committee, uliilt'
majoring in English, Latin, math. St. Maryk.
RICH MERLURIO partiripatcnl in senior actixitius while attuntl-
ing Alifllllillli Lincoln High Sfhool.
NOEL NICIIIZISEN was song girl, in turm plays. class ollitui.
CSF, Forty I.inLs' xicc Prqsitlunt. ,Iolics 'I4rifY,
MARGUERITI2 MIHAILUITI7 maiorul in English, I7rcnc'h, scitnst
niath, was Big Sister, CSIT, CAA, UC or SI' State.
XVAYNE MILES inaiorctl in shop. He plans to go to Citi Col'
lugc or join thc Air Ifurtc.
MARY ANN NITREA maiort-tl in art, was in 'liribs Tri-Y, Big
Sisrersg reg l'L'lHICSCIltfltlYC. SIT State or CCSF.
HARVEY MIil4'I4I,IfR, math antl science rnaior, nas in Forty I,inIu,
played football, was in CSV, lil-all I.. LTI.
GARY MOIJNE, English major, playetl lootlyill, was in bantl,
Barons Hi-Y, rug officer, Ali Rusulxu first.
,IUIUY MOLIIZN majorctl in Iznglislx antl math, was in Eirlicls Tri-
Y, Honoi Roll. 5Im'll attcntl Sl: Stat-:, Nxorli.
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jIfANNIf'I"liE BII..'E'I'ZENIiIiRCi vas .i I1'n1sic1u11iwr', playetl in
tu'rliesti'.x. Has in slums, Shell he an airline hostess.
ED MUSANTE, stiente inaitir, played Inntball. was Stutlent liiitly
judge, in Forty Linlts, Big limtliers. UC ahead.
JEAN NAGATOIXII was in GAA, Cnquettes Tri-Y, while nxajnr-
ing in Spanish. SF State or UCQ-f-tlental hygiene.
ANIIA NAGEI.. English mainr, was a Big Sister, in CSF, Forty
Linlts. U nl' Oregun ur XVasliingtnn -fpliys. therapy.
GLORIA NELSON serxetl as Stutlent Bncly Treasurer, sting girl.
was in CSI:g English majnr, UC nr LT uf XVasl1ingtnn.
HELEN NELSON majnretl in stience, was a memher of CSF,
nrrliestra. She-'Il attend UC to teach science, math.
jOAN NELSON. English, husinexs mainr, was in senini artixi-
tiei. She'll take IBM wuise after gratluatiun.
VAL NELSON was actixe senini xxhile majoring in luisiiit-ss. She
plans tn attend IBM school after gratluation.
DENISE NOONIS participated in senior activities tluiing her last
YL'.ll 1lfAl7I'LIl11lH1 Lincoln High Salim-il.
REV NORDMAN mainietl in general husiness. She plans tn
attentl CCSP anal then get IN.lI'lIL'kl. tln xnlunteer xxnrla.
VIC.'l'OR NUTI p.1rtitip.itetl in seninl activities xxliile attentling
Ahiah.un Lincnln High Scli-ml. "'-:.
jlM NUTTING. art antl meth.1nic':1l thawing mai ', 'z ' 'z X, S'
ernss country. Heill attend C.CSIi, Aix Force.
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SILX I, MORLISIS iuainrttl in math and industrial nits. Ile II at-
tentl CCSP, Lngswell, tn stutly engineering.
ROBERT MUNIERE participatetl in senior activities while attend'
ing Alwiziliam Lincoln High Schnnl.
l'A'l' MURPHY, industrial arts rnajnr, was in cross muntry, tratlc,
tutithall manager. ,He'll wnrk in a trade.
VAI. MURPHY was in Big Sisters. heltl reg offices, while majoring
in English, business. Legal secretary.
BYRON NELSON partitipatetl in senior activities :luring the last
year .it Alvraham Lintnln High Sclwnl.
CHRlS'l'lE NELSON mainretl in English, was in Charmais Tri-Y,
,Iuninr Prom Queen, snng girl. Mills or Dominican.
DAVID NELSON, history mai-wr, played fnothall, was nn swim-
ming team. Blnclq L. Big liiwitlieis. CCSF, State.
FLOYD NELSON was a memher nt GHTA xxhile majoring in
intlustrial arts, He'll attend City Cinllege of Sli.
PAUL NEXVBOLD, math niainr, Participated in track. IIe'Il
attentl CCSE hrst, then University ol' California.
CXATIIY NEXVMEYIIR maiuretl in husiness etlutatinn, Mas reg
ntliter, in Cnquettes Tri-Y, She'll he a secretary,
SYREDA NICKLESS, English major, played in hantl, was in
nlysivtits 'I'ri-Y, Shell attend CCSIT, State-fteaching,
TIM NOLAN held reg nlhres, playetl basketball, tratlt, while ma-
jniing in science, languages. CCSP ahead.
DAVID OAKS. English niainr, sang in A Cappella Chnir, was in
ROTC, Entertainment Cluh. Iiiitui't-H U tif Nevada.
MARK OFIIENBACK was a Spanish major, in Big Iirntliers,
ll.-'ll stntly sncinlngy .intl psyrliningy at SI: State.
DON OI.OC,CO, liistory inaiur, was on Custutlian Cuininitter.
playetl t'nnthall, nn wrestling tt-ani. Mt-uhant Marine.
PAUL OLSEN maioretl in intlustripil arts. was nn Lug antl jfmiuiil
stalls, sn iniming train. KQCISIT tlt-sigiur.
RAIPII OI.S'I4fAl7 I7-lnlflll-IUKI III QCIIIIII' .utixltinw xxhllc Llltuml-
ing AIWIIIIILIIII I.i11wln High Sllwnl.
RON ORLHID. i111lustr1.1I lun 1111-1111 l1ql1l reg. 1l.1ss Imlwx
plL1yf1I wucr. Hu'll .mcml SI: St.1tc--tL.11I1i11g,
IANIA ORLOIII: III.lIUI'6L.I In Izngllsh. xx.1x In Damn lllulw Quill'
cctv. llxmul in xlnnu. I1cI1I1I,.w1nI1cc. I1-.l1'l11ng.
DIANE OSBORNI2. Ifngllxlx 111,1i11r, um 1111 tlm klffwffllf NUM,
MILHAIEI. OAKIEIZITE p11rt111p.1lv.-1l in scnim .utixitiu xxlnlc Jttcml-
ing Alw1'.1h.1m I,imf1I11 High Sclnml.
IiLINURO'NIiIl.I., Ilngliih111,11111.w.1s 111j.11cl.1s111-N ll:-X.1I.11111-.
Shc'll .xttcml CCSP Inst. tlxun SIT State.
IUHN PANGISURN x1ujorL-1I 111 1mI11st1'n,1l Arts, pI11y1-1l f1mLl1L1ll.
tlxlcls, un 111 Blmlx I.. Bxg III-1tl1c1's, C..1lfPnIY.
ffARUI.YN I-'APAXIAN pglltuijmltcll In scrxwl' 1uI1xlt1cS
11ttc111Iing Abmluxun l.inc11ln High Schmvl.
'-1: .,,f 5 rv, dump
GLENNA PAUI. n111j1mrul in micncs .IIILI math, mu in lilmk
l.. Red Clams. hlysutlas Trl-Y. SI: Stlltc llurslng.
DAVID PAYNI2. m.1tl1 m.1i1n', was ,1 l1,1ll gumlml. Nvrrkml 111 Ii-
lwmry. Hu'll attcml CCSP, ivan the A11115.
DAN I'IfI.EI,AI.ORCI.E 1n11iurc1I in Inlstury, W114 in Clugii Clulw.
Intc1'111xtml1.1l Cllulw, l'l1lj'tLI huwlzlull, SUM- '!L'.lCl1ll1x.
IIAHY l'I2NNI2IiAKI',R 111.1im'u1I 111 Iwminuuy was .utnv In w1111v1
1lL'tlxltl1'9. Sl1e'II .ltlcml Ilmvjclxxng sglxmnl.
SALLY PETRY xnnjurccl in Ilugglish, Num in Iixutim Trl-Y, CIAA,
-I-I plan. Shc'II zlttcml CQCQSII, Nnvrla.
LARRY I'IfI.ZIXI2ll, sucms. lulxtury. Iiugllah m.xju:', played Imvf-
lull, hulal reg utllncx, v1.1s In scniur slum,
SANDRA PHlI,l.II'SlAN 111,f1u1'u1I in I1-:mu uw1w1111u .1 1 Q 1 .
Wm 1111 Img 5t,1lI, 111 GAA, Illluk I.. . . c .
STEVIE PINNIQR, math 111111 n1ccl1:1x11111l 1Ir.1w111g m.1111r, xxgux 1111
track .m1l1r1wss 41-1111tl'vtf:g1111x. CIQSF, thvxx CQ:1l,
Ilfff OSIRUM n1.1i1nc1l 111 l111l11m1.1l ,111x, um up II 1111
lu-1 ul CSHTA. II ul XY'.15l1lng!m1, Iluropc.
JOHN UL"I'I..-IND 111.11111c1l in N-111.1l wclrxuc. mug 111 'X C HLII1
NUIZI. OIIIIIIEN I'lILlI4vI'L'aI in 41h-11cc .mol mL1tl1, was 111, -:Incl
111. tank .lml cum 1-mxxtly rclxnxx. UCSF.
HOB O'f1UNNEI.I.. wluruc. mul: 111.111r1'. um .1 B1 II1 vtlnr 111
CAI. bL'1L'11u-.xml C1l111L1.1C,l11bsg lug utllnex. IIC,
-. .. ..,. fb -.4 -
MAKE IJARODI 111.1jn1'4-nl In l111l11xt1'i11l .1lts. He pl111 1
1l1.1ltQ1n11x1, but hc'lI jmn thu Surxicc first,
JOHN PARSON. Engllxh m.1j1v1', 5'l,1nS tu .lttuml L' ut N1n1f1
c.,llIIAUI'II1.l, lIc'll stmly l,1W, In-L11r11q .1 lunlgv.
KAAREN l"ASQUAI.If'I"l4I m11i111'c1I in EIIILIIAII, sflcmc S 1
smcr. in L-AA. Bluulx I.. Sl1::'ll ,1ttu111l CLSI7 fuuuc
JUAN I'ASQUINI2I,l.I, lvuiilmuw 111.11011 vm I11 Q 15111 1
c plums tn xunlx .lt Sears LIIYICI' gmd11g11in11.
'IOM PIIRIZZ v.1s .1 III.IflI mglim. Hs pl.111x 111 ntuml C ll 111
study Iqm Lxftur g1'111I11.1l1ng fmm I.i111'11l11.
IUM PI2'IDI',R5 p.1xt1ci1n1tcd in N1111111 ,utnxlriu xxl11l1 1ttu1L
Al11',1m.1l1 l,111u1Ir1Hi,:l1 Sclw-vl.
BARBARA PETERSON, sClcl1Lc, ULIII1. Iillgllxll. Slvlnlslx 1
xx,lxl11l:AA,f,bI: 1I1I1-1111-n1Iw11.Uf. ftz.11l1mu.
MIKE l'II'I'l.RSON n1,1i-lxcd in Iuixt-Iry. Pl.II'n'sI Ilmtlw new
tlglflw lil-KL I.. LQC,SIf111'CJ1'fg1r11 Sl11tcf--cmulx.
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MARY PLATEK partifipatcd in suniur activities xxhile attending
Abraliam Lincoln High School.
CAROL POTTER majored in math, Spanish, was in Dance Cluh,
CSF, ifixlicstia, GAA, Block L. Caiccr in thctacr. art.
NICK POIIAS partinipatcd in suniui' activities while attending
Abraham Linfoln High School.
JENNELL POXVERS, language, sriciicc. music, English major.
BARRY ROGOFF participated in scniur ru-tiviiius whils attsnd-
ing Abraham Lincoln High School.
STEFANI RAYMOND maj-,red in business. Shu plans to wurk
utter Vzraduntuin, cxcntually bccumc a secretary.
MARSHALL REED, math major, was in Chess, Science, hfath,
Stamp Clubs, CSE. Hu'll attend Cal thenaical uxiupany.
CARL RIESEN. scicufc and math majur, Mas in CSF. Scicnvc
and Camera Clubs. H4-'ll attend Nurtlmcstcrn ur UC.
MARIORIE ROACQH, English majur, was in Tnnmi'mw's Tealfhcrs,
played in uichcstra. Shc'll he A teacher.
DIANNA ROBBINS maiured in English, was in Tandas Tri-Y.
held my lattices, Sha- plans to attend CCSF,
CAROLE ROBERTS, Spanish inajui, nas GAA utliccip Blucls I.
otlipcr, in CSF. held 11-gulliccs. Shull mwk.
LYN ROBERTS znqxiuicd in histury, was High Scniiur juror, in
Charmias Tri-Y. liuld reg offices. College ahead.
DAVID ROSBERG participated in scniui' aftixitics Nxhile attcnd-
ing Abraham Linculn High School.
SUE ROSENTHAL inaiurcd in wtial studies and English, was
on Log stall, in jarclaincs Tri-Y. State -music.
ED ROSSI majored in business, played fmitlwall, was reg prssi-
dcnt. IIL-'ll attend CCSF, wurkg Ainiy.
ELLEN ROTH, Spanish majrir, was in CSF. liurty Links, GAAQ
song girl. U of Califhrnia at Davisfnursing.
Cussisiss ... . , Q
sang in A Cappella Clwii'g Flirty Linlxs. CCSP, COP.
LINDA REESERERmajui'ecl in English, held reg utlifcs, was in
Bluck I.. Shc'll attend State or UC.
SCOTT RICCI maiurcd in math, mcrhanical drawing. He plans
to attend City College of San Franciscu,
INIARY RIEGEI. participated in senior actixitics xxhilc attending
Abraliaiil Lincoln High Schoul.
TOIXI ROACH participated in senior actixitics during thc: last
year at Abraham Lincoln High Schuul.
SHIRLEY ROBINO inajorcd in business and huinc uuuimnuics, and
participated in seniui' autix ities. Sccictary,
JUDY ROBINSON majored in husinus. 5hc'll wurk as 11 prixatu
seuretary for an insurance lirm.
ADELE RODRIGUEZ, lvusincss maiur, was ci incmlwr uf GAA,
Shdll he il unmptomctc-r ini' kuypumli upcrator.
JOEL RONDON nui-viul in lanyuagcs. scicncc, math, English.
was in tipuk and field. Nntic Dame ui' Statcfclentist.
STEVE ROTH majurcd in Russian and Spanish. was in CSF, held
reg utliccs, UC ahead' urtlmdontist.
BILL RUPISRT majored in mechanical drawing. was reg officer.
Hcill attend Sli Stale.
CAROLYN RUSH inaiurcd in Spanish and home ut'-unurnics, was
in Big Sisters, GAA, Ilinanuns Tri-Y. Cullcgc ahead.
NIARILYN RUSH, English and Spanish maint, was in CSF, Big
Sisters, Iinianons T1'ifY. Sha-'ll attend cnllrgc.
LYDA RUSSELL iniinrcd in English .ind Simlnixli, wan ri-g V,-wiv
dcnt, in Rnd flrnsx. Shc'Il attend SF Shltu.
ARTHUR RUTHENISECK mgiinrcd in wicnce .ind snfiul xtudics.
uns in Yiinth find CQ-ncrrir1xcrxt. Iwxing. U -if A1'izimg4
ROBERIA RUTHIZRFORD. English. Spginisli inziinr, was ai
Sister, icq ntliccr. in GAA. Iinggs Tri-Y. CCSP, LIC.
CAROL SASS in.xi-vrcd in Suciicu, un in GAA, ihinr, Lxntiu
Y . as
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GAYLE SAMOLLOXY' zniiinrcd in Sciciicu, English, I.lngL1:igcx,KV.1s
in Cymru-tres Tri-Y, dirifeil in slmxw. U mmf Orcgnn.
BRUCE SAMSON, shop miijnr, was on the Iuncing tczim reg
prcsidrnt. HC plxns to iittcnd CCSP.
BILL SANBGRN mnjnrcd in Englixh, held rug nlliuci, Kms in
Youth :ind Gnvcrinncnt, trunk, CCQSF, UC.
CARLYN SANKY p111'tii'ipgllc-d in wni-if .iimitius during hcr
I List yczn' :il Al'nl'gilnun I.inc-,uln High Salim-I.
I BIIKE SCHERFEN participzitcd in senior actxxitics wlnlc Attend'
ing AIn'.1l1.1m Linmln High School.
PAM SCHI.Il1H'IiNANN ingii-vrcd in Iingungu, xxgis in Big Sixtcr.
Emznwns Tri-Y, jA. Shc'Il iittsndUnfXY'11sl1ingtun.
LLIIIITORD SCHNEIDER. xricnce :ind mzith iimiur, wi in
Yfisnfc, Spi11'tsi1mii'x, Binlngy Lluhs, Shit: ur CQLSI7.
MARILYN SCHNEIDER pg1i'tiCiputul in sc-nini .lclivitn-N during
Im'lnttuiin.itAhi.1ImmI,iin4-In High Sflwnl.
KAIIIY SAISIIX nmjmul in Inixiin-xi, pL1i'tii'ipgitcd in CIAA. Shi-'Il
study tu hc ii duntgil 1i5Sislglr1tfitS.ii1 hILllC41.If,.
JOYCE SACIIER. husini-is m.1j4-r, up in Cfyuinttm 'I'ii-N
nllirux, She'II .1ttcndStgltc.
', hold lug
RICIIIARD SAI-I Ixigljisix-LI in QCIL-ncc .md in.1th. WAN Sludunt IMRIX
judge, in CSE, Ifnrti Linlxx, Sxv.itInnni'c Cnlli-gr.
DIANE SALONISEN majored in gift, was in Alhunzis Iii-N
Shdll xxnrlx .1nd.atte:ndnight iclwi-IW dcun'gmn'.
JOAN SARAI7, math mgijnr. held reg uttium, was in Cygiicttcs
'I'i'i-Y, Cal or SF State fpxyclmlngy.
XVAYNE SAVAGE n1.ijin'cd in Iiixtnry, xx xx in ILIIMI,
xx ill Attend KIQSF, join thc Semin'
XY'AI.'I' SAYLES vias 11 member nf the Iii-I-Aires Ili-Y, in lin,
Iii'-vllxcw. Hc'll Attend KILSF or Clngwwe-IIWengineer.
LHRISTINI2 SCHIRMIER mme from Gcnn.inyg mgiin
gy, was in CSE. Shc'lI .xttcnd ULQ u1'Sia1l1I'uixI tcachin
lcd in lwmln
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GERALD SCQIIROFIT ilmjnrecl in English, NXLIS in sunini' Clftixiliu
Hi-'II ,itn-iid SI: State hccnmu ll QLILIIEY.
LARRY SCIHUIf1'Z, industrial gxrtx iimiing xxgix un thi- siwcccx' and
gulf teglrni, Imld reg ulllucsg Blink L. Stair. ',
HILL SCQHXYARZE I'ILllUI'CCI in wcimu- .ind nuth, xyix in CSV.
held rug nnnc. UC fin' touching Lilimd.
IUENNY SCIOTT piiiLiiip.1tL'cl in wnini' .ntixitiu nl
I1ismL1tl1m.1jin.Hc'lI :xttcnd SIAM.
LINDA SEGAI. IDilIUI'CQl in English, Num rag ntliccr, in Stnmlsnt
Asscinhly. She'lI attend SE Stgitcfxlrl, -
IJAIII, SEIDLER. Enghxh riigijnr. xms in A Clnppcllix Clmir, nn :W Alll
xtagc ircw, GHTA. CCSP. Sure ftcililiing. I I Wm-
I THOMAS SEILQMAN pil-in-ipmii in mini- ii-mines wmif iii,
tending Ahriihinn Lincnln High Silnml, 22:15-W, ,- 'I '
RON SEITZ pziiliyipzltcd in senior glutivitiv.-x while tinixhing hix :W
II'IkILISil'ILll al'tsr1nin1'. Hc'II he 1111 iiirliitrcli.
TONY SIACOTES majoic-tl in social studies. hcltl reg otlitt-s.
llc Il attcntl SI' State, join Marinas or hc pilot.
RONALD SIBELL participated in scnior actixitics while attcntl-
ing Abraham Lincoln High School.
STANLEY SIEGEL maiorctl in sciuncc. Heill attcncl CCSP. thcn
LISAF-to bc a pilot.
BONNIE SINGER, English major, was in Iforty Links, Big Sistcrsg
llcll Prince-ss. U ot Hawaiif-f-stewartlc-ss.
, H. Q
LESTER SHEALS majorctl in industrial arts. was on the track
team, Hdll work for the SF Examinerg Naxy.
DIANE SKIPPY was a business major. She plans fu gn on to
business school ancl modeling school.
ROIKERT SCHOENIG majorctl in art. llc plans to go on to City
Collage of San Francisco. then Cal.
ROGER SHOUR participated in senior .lctzvities whilc attending
Abr.th.lm Lincoln High School.
GENE SIRI, math and suit-nic major, played baseball, was a
member of GI-ITA. He'Il attcncl CCSF, UC-W engineer.
HOB SISKA majored in Italian. won All-City tcnnis thrce times,
UCLA' will tontinuv: with tennis.
SANDRA SITTON majored in English. French, was in GAA,
Block L. Myosotics Tri-Y. Sli Statefxxork with chiltlrc-n.
JO ANN SLISSMAN maiorctl in lircnch, math. was in CSF, GAA.
bantl. A Cappclla Choir, Ufffcommercial art.
KATHY SKETCHELY. history antl music major, was in Big
Sisters. orclicstra, CSF, GAA. UC- teaching.
ASHLEY SMITH was on thc track antl bowling tcams, :intl in
Sportsman's Club. while majoring in math, CCSP.
BARBARA SMITH was on -I-fl, in Ili-Litf:S Tri-Y. majorctl in S H 5
hnsuness. CCSIT, Work tlnring the Summer. .gg
LORRIE SMITH was in GAA and xxoikcd in scnioi playg major A
v -business. Shc'II work at Tclcphonc Coinpany.
In ' MARLENE SOIIIZI. majorccl in business. tlanccd in shows. was in
in Ig Julius Tri-Y. Shc'll hc LI bcauty operator.
in JAN SOLBJOR sang in the A Cappella Choir. mfijorctl in English.
5 . ---- bf-2. She will attcncl Sli State, COP.
X CAROL SOMERVELL. English major, hultl class and icg ottices,
- . ::::2'2":' has in Tandas Tri-Y. She'II attend CCSIQ Hawaii.
i X 1 BETTY SORINI participated in scnior attixitics whilc attending
Abraham Lincoln High School.
CAROL SXVANSON maiorctl in English. art. Spanish, was in
ling Sisters, GAA, CSF, Illotk L, U ot' Orcgon or Pamonai
DON SU'I'HERl.AND majoiml in history. has in Chess Club antl
ritlc tcsrn, IIC -professor of political scicntu.
SHARON SUSSMAN, bnsincss major, was a member ol' Jarclaincs
Tri-Y. Shc'll work at International Rt-venue.
IUORENE SUI LY majorccl in busincss. has on Dance Commit-
ttc, rug otliccr. Shc-'ll attcntl CCSE,
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JERRY SULLIVAN majored in English. Hr plans to go on Tu
City College antl take up husinuss administration.
LOIS STURKEN participated in senior activities While attending
Abraham Lincoln High School.
GREG STLTBISS maiorecl in English, Gt-rman. social stntlics,
playutl football. has in Iorcnsics. Stantoril or Yale.
AL STOKES partitipatctl in senior actix itics while attvntling Abra-
ham Lincoln High School,
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SHARON S'1'12XX'AR'IA 111.1i111c11 111 1111t1111. s.111g 111 A fl11ppu11.1
l,11111r, 11 .1s 111 ,1111ies T11-Y. CCSP. SF 51.111--f 111C1'.l1N1S!.
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1115 tr.11I4. M,1i111'fn1.1t11, Hc'11 11ttc1111 CCSP.
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HAL STAKE m11j11rc11 in science and was active i11 senior 11Cl11'1'
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GARY SPENCE 11111111111 111 51511161-, 11115 rug 1111-1111e11t, 111.11111
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KAREN SOVIHIERN. 11101110 11111 1111111111 m:11111, 1111 111 CAA. - 1
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FRED THOMAS, science major, was 111511 in ROTC. He 1J1Ll11S L11
attend Ctiy CQo1Iege of 5.111 Iimndsco.
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LINDA TIHIORNIHERY participated in senior attixities while at-
tending Ahraham Lincoln High School.
JOANNE 'I'IE'I'jEN majored in husiness, was attire in senior
activities. Slit-'ll attend Pacific Lutlieran College.
ROB LISTON participated in senior actixities while attending
Ahraham Lincoln High School.
LINDA 'IiRAllER'I'. Latin major. was CSE life member. in GAA,
'I'omorrow's Teaclrers. reg ullicer. Iiuturee-UC.
PAT TURNER, shop major. plans to join the Air Force after
graduating. Futurefelevator repailman.
DENNIS TURNER majored in English, was in tc-rm play, lioicn
sics, Thanes I-li-Y. Pasadena Playhouse.
KIIARLES 'I'III.I. participated in senior activities during the last
3earatAlwrali11m I.intoln High Sthool.
MARCY lIl,I.hIAN. English majoi, held reg oltites. Worlditcl on
class committees. State or U of XY'ashington.
OTTO VAN DIINE was Student Body Yell Leader and partiti-
pated in many senior activities.
lil.I.EN VAN IJYKE majored in English, science. was in GAA.
She'll attend U of Hawaii. U ol Oregon--medicine
Pl-III, VAN 'IASSEII majored in math, was on the toothall. hox
ing and haselwall teams, Barons Hi-Y. CCSE. work,
JOYCE VANDERBURGH majored in English, Spanish, social
studies. was on Log and Jlilffllrll stalls. State ahead.
PAM THOMAS majored in English, was in the term play. Big
Sisters, GAA. A Cappella. CSF. SE or Sl State.
AI. THOMPSON participated in senior attixities while attending
Ahraham Lincoln High School.
SUE THOMPSON majored in liistmy. was in Shalamars 'I'ii-Y,
GAA, She'll attend CCSP, then IIC Medical Canter.
NANCY 'I'l'-IONPSON majored in science, She plans to go to
Eurnpe the summer after graduation, then, Marin JC.
PAT TRAPP held reg offices. was on the Low Twelve Turnabout
Committee. She plans to attend CCSP.
PAT TRAVIS majnrecl in math, was in Student Assembly, GAA,
on Dance Committee. She'll attend CCSF, work.
BOB TRIHULO participated in senior activities while attending
Abraham Lincoln High School.
BARBARA TRINGALI, business major, was song girl, in jolies
Tri-Y. Shelli work after graduation.
KAREN CLYATT majored in math. was on Girls' Drill Team. in
GAA, Blotlt I.. l7Cito become a math teacher.
ARI.ENE UPRICQHT, language and English major. was in Big
Sisters, dance shows, reg otlicer, GAA. UC ahead.
ALICE URY majored in stiencc and sang in the Mixed Chorus.
Shell attend CCSF. then Statee-nursing.
ROBIN UTTER was in Exotics Tri-Y while majoring in English
and Spanish, She'lI attend CCSE. UC.
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KAY VANDERFORD, English, science and math major, was in
Blnclc L, on fencing team. in CHIA, State or COP.
JOANNE VENIZELOS majored in home economics and husiness,
held reg ollices. was in Athenas 'I'ri-Y. CCSF.
jfll-IN VIDA, science and math major. played football. was in
swimming. howling. Block I.. C.C,SIf. then UC.
NICK VI'IiAl.IS was in senior shows, Enleltainment Club, A
Cappella Choir, Big Brothers. lvlajor--music. CCSI7.
TERI VON XVRONSKI maimed in English and Spanish and
was a member nf GAA. She plans tu attend UC.
ROBERT XVAI,I.Y majored in math. science. held reg nttiecs.
played tenms. Ht-'ll attend lfi frncditinc.
ITDY XYALKER participated in seninr attixities while attending
wraham Lint' mln High Se ii .
.' '-1 n. He plans t i attend C. lf 7.
Al 1 l ml
TOM XVALSPI, histnry major, also played baseball Ns hilc at
lint l 4 C sl
PAUL XVESTI.UNI7 participated in scninr aetix ities Nihilc attend-
ing Abraham Lincoln High Schnul.
HERB XVHERRY participated in senior actixities during the last
year at Abraham Lincnln High Sthn-il,
DON XVHITEHURST. Frencli and English mai-ir, suis on the
tratk and truss tnuntry teams, He'll attend CCSF, State.
DOUG XVHl'l4EHURST majnred in histnry, was in Block L.
on track, Cr-iss country, swimming teams. CCSP. U nf Oregon.
JOAN XVINKELBAUER majored in business. She plans to work
after graduating from Lincoln.
XVAYNE XVISXVELI. partieipated in senior attixities while at-
tending Abraham Linculn High Selinnl.
BEVERLY XYITT participated in seniur attixitits during the
last year at Abraham Lincoln High Stlnml.
GLENN XV0l.lJ maiored in music, was in lilutk I., nn basket-
lwall, sxrinuning, track teams, band. CCSP, USC.
BOB YAMBERT majored in math and English, was on All-City
swimming team, in Blofk l.. Menlo JC, Stanford.
RUN YANK, stienec. math mai-rr, played tnntlwall, was in CSV,
lilncl-Q L, Big lirr-thers. LIC, law sthnnl.
SUSAN YARISROUGH mainrtd in business. She plans fu wnrk
after graduatinn and snmeday bctnme a nurse.
STEVE YO'I"I'liR, math maint, played fuuthall. was in Blncli L,
nn swimming team. Future- -State, COP.
l'vll.L XVATSUN mai-'vred in math. was in swimming team, played
surfer: Blutk I., band, Rally C--rnmittec. CCSE fpharmauy.
JOE XVATSON, language maiur, was nn the ei-iss tnuntty team.
traelx team. CCSP. universitvf psitlir-l-spy.
JOAN XYELLH nas a Big Sister. in GAA, uhilt mainring in Ln:-
lish. She'll attend COP. majnr in lustury.
MELINDA XY'El.l.ES majnred in math, science, English, Spanish,
was in CSF, lil-nk L, U of Uregun. then Reed art.
BILL XVICKWURE majored in math, was a reg officer, played
fnutball. He'll attcnd CCSF, UC- engineering.
DORETTE XVIGNEY was sung girl, in Forty Links, Log and
jff1,ir1i1Ist.1ll's, GAA, Jnlies 'Ilrr-Y. Maiurf English, math.
SHIRLEY XYILLMS mainred in languages, science. English, busi-
ness. was in GAA. Emanuns Tri-Y. SJ State-fmuse.
RALPH XVILSON. French and math major, was in Big Bmthtis,
CSE. XY'ill attend Harx ard ur Yale--Hmath resc-arth.
FRAN XVONAFOTT majored in languages. was in Tandas Tri-Y,
un class committees. Shell attend CCSP.
MARY JANE XVOOD, Freneli and English tnainr, was in GAA,
term play, 'I'nn1n1'rnw's -lltzltliels. Uliftcatliing.
JUDITH XYRIGHT partitipated in seninr attix ities while atrend'
ing Abraham Lineuln High Stli-ml,
STEVEN XVRIGHT majored in math and stit-rice, was on swim-
ming team. in Big Brotlaers. Bel-Aires Hi-Y. CCSP, UC.
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BOB ZOLLMAN participated in senior activities during his last
year at Abraham Lincoln High School,
MARIE ZXVICKER participated in stnior activities while attend-
ing Abraham Lincoln High School.
SHARON ZYVISSING, history major, was in Charmais Tri-Y,
held reg offices. Shell attend IBM school. work.
CECILIA WVU, a recent transfcr from Galileo, was reg secretary
and in GAA. She'll attend Statcw hostess.
selves ragged, seeing that everything went just right.
When they returned as Low Juniors, there was
no need to get acquainted--they knew their way
around. Instead, they plunged right into the term's
activities, the largest of which was the Pizza Feed.
Oliicers Norm Cohler, Tania Orloif, Noel lVIichel-
sen, and Gloria Nelson will recall that with smiles.
There were no smiles at the time, however-only
anxious frowns. giwhat are we going to do with all
the pizza," they wailed. The problem was soon
solved in such a way that was satisfactory to every-
one. Even the faculty who ate the extra pizza the next
day thought so.
Each girl was transformed into a glowing angel,
and each boy was a gallant knight for the occasion.
The air glowed with excitement, and the soft music
of Moolzglow drifted over the large crowd gathered
in the Sir Francis Drake. The long-awaited ,lunior
Prom Night had arrived. Don Bryant, Lynn Roberts,
Anita Nagel, and Ron Orchid received the guests.
There were many happy memories from that night.
One of the happiest-that of Christie Nelson being
elected Prom Queen.
Black cats and grinning ghosts graced the walls
of the boys' gym on the eve of Blackouts 759-the
Low Senior Turnabout. Steve Hardy, Christie Nel-
son, Bonnie Hughes, and Carol Somervell led the
trend of black attire, and all the rest followed.
Though the theme was uunlncky,77 many girls found
that it proved just the opposite for theml
It seemed like just yesterday--but it was two-and-
a-half years. The mad whirl of activities and studies
came to a sudden halt, as the new High Seniors
stopped to consider the responsibilities as the lead-
ers of the school. Then the pace picked up again,
only this time, much faster. As soon as the Senior
Rally was over, and the old high seniors had left,
President Pete Ferrero, with the help of Linda Mag-
VIRGINIA YOUNG majored in language and English, was in
su imming. Shell attend CCSP, COPfstcwartlcss.
CONNIE ZAKOS majored in English, was in forensics, Futurc
Nurses Club. Shell attend Cal or State.
MARTIIZ ZIDEK, English and Spanish major. was in Big Sisters,
Clygncttcs Tri-Y, reg officer. S-I State ahead.
BOX ZOI.I.l participated in senior activities xxhilc attcnding Abra'
ham I.incoln High School.
gioncalda, Sue Holbrook, Norm Cohler, and Lynn
Roberts, with the help of the class in senior reg,
began planning a fitting finish for the illustrious
The first step was another Spaghetti Feed-the
theme-Oodles of Noodles. Besides plenty of food,
entertainment and dancing made this a memorable
occasion. The second step came as a mystery to ev-
eryone . . .
As the morning fog drifted over the Lincoln yard,
a number of objects on wheels could be seen outside
of Shack B. It was hardly possible that they could
bef-but they werefbicycles. Everyone saw them
therefeveryone, that is, except lVIr. Danielson, who
walked right by and didnlt notice a thing . . .
The next events followed so quickly that the se-
niors hardly had time to be sad at the thought of
leaving. lVIay 18 saw the class set out for the picnic
at Vichey Springs in Napa. Soon following was the
Senior Jinx, a song and dance fete that gave many
seniors a chance to show off their talents.
The Senior Ball followed, on June 4. That magic
event took place at the St. Francis Hotel. Then
came the Senior Breakfast, served by the low senior
girls, and on that same day, the Senior Rally.
ir? it it
The buzzing in the audience died down, and an ex-
pectant hush fell upon the War lVIernorial Opera
House. Then, one by one, the now 560 members of
the graduating class of June, l960, received their
diplomas. lVIany graduated with honors. As they
stood on the stage, every moment of the last three
years iiew by. They would never forget Lincoln, to
be sure. But they would tuck it in thc back of their
minds while the future became all important ....
The last words were said-the last note played.
And it was all over but the kissing and the hand-
Shaking, and the few tears. . . .
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The low' spring senior class. under the able dim--
tion of lVlr. Waller Schmidt, presented the ternfs
Turnahout, lfoolis Paradise. which was held in
the boys' gym. Over 900 people danced to the musir
of Maurice XYolohan under the ceiling covered with
a new kind of criss-cross streamers and within walls
decorated with jesters' heads. The ollicers, Ron ITA!-
soisio, Jennifer Henalde, Marcia Spears, and Hoh-
bi Holmgren were on hand to conduct the proceed-
During the fall term this same class, then under
the leadership of Kenneth Jenkins, Phyllis Broseh,
Judy Marsh, and Jennifer Henalde, sponsored the
Junior Prorn which was held in the Room of the
Dons in the Mark Hopkins Hotel. The 150 couples
danced to the music of Maurice Wiolohan and wit-
nessed the crowning ofthe queen. Yvonne Mignault.
Her attendants, Kathy Garth, Carole Nordeen, lVlari-
lyn Steele, Nancy Zeidler, and Jean Miller helped
the oflicers to make the evening a memorable one.
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Row I: Glenn Aekelinan, Gayle Adami, Barbara
Aizenberg, Jim Allegretti. John Allen. Ken An-
dersen, Robert Anderson, Eileen Anthony, Mike
Asher, Bob Ashworth.
Ruiz' 2: Buli Atkinson, Carrie Babcock, Rich Ba-
daraeco. Virginia Bailey. Sandy Bartfeld. Sid Bas!
kin, Danny Beceo, Bob Belluomini, Carol Ber-
nardo. Pete Bianvici.
Run 3: Terry Black, joan Blanchard, Rich Boyd,
Fred Brim, Phyllis Broseh, Juellen Brown, Dean-
na Bruno, Norma Bruschi, Pat Burman, ,Inc Capi-
R010 4: Diana Carder. Art Carson. Carolyn Car-
ver, Laura Marie Chaney, Sharon Christensen, Stan
Christman, Rich Clausen. Carol Clement. Bula
Combs, Gioeonda Costanzo.
Ron' 5: Dave Cowley, Danica Cunknvich, Albert
Cuevas, Jeannie Curran, Ron D'Aloisio, Dennis
Daniels. Dana Davenport, joyce Davies, Jenifer
Davis, Jocellyn Davis.
Raw 6: Sherry Denend, Bill Denniston, Hugh
Dickson, Helen Dilworth, Dan Dinniene. Vit'
D'Orazi, Stephen Duhins, Bob Dwyer, Betsy Ef-
ford, Pat Ellenbeck.
Row 1.' Bob Elsberg, Russ Ennes, Kent Ex ert, Ge-
nie Farnham, Ed Ferguson, Steve Fisher, Jim
Flathmann, Diane Flaxman, George Flemer, jack
Rau' 2.' Gary Fry, Don GaNung, Kathy Garth,
Bill Gasaway, Fred Gerard, Mark Gihnick, Pam-
ela Grable, Stan Green, Ken Glatr, Bob Gutier-
Row 3: Larry Haas, Keith Hamblin, Terry Han-
cock, Marcy Harris, Pat Hart, Sandy Harvey,
Glena Haughee, Marian Haughee, Jean Higby,
Ruiz' -gl: Barb Holmgren, Georgia Howell, Brute
Huhley, Ken jenkins. Stu jenkins, Frank Jimenez.
Cheryl johnson, Denny johnson, Tony johnson.
R014 5: Bev Kahn, Dave Kannisto, 1udyKaufman,
Shari Kaufmann. Doug Kesler, Joyce Kiger, john
Kohler. Dave Kepp, Marilyn L'Ai, Marilyn Lame.
Run 6: Paul Kaup, AI Ledderhos, Dick Lesser,
Diane Liapes. Bill Litciardo, Marge Liedtke, Dan
Link, Lois Lipp, Carol Lee, Marty Loughman,
Row l.' -Ianith Lutley, Larry Maas, Alan Mar-
Donald, Rod Maher, Larry Maibaum, Judy Ma-
litz. Deilani Manning, Carol Marcus, Judy Marsh,
Rf1u'2: Bill McCarthy, Jim MCCunkie, Phil Mr-
Hale, Rich Meave, Ron Meyer, Adrienne Michel,
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Murray, George Nagle, Barb Nagy. Gordon Na-
than, Liz Nilsen.
Rau' 2: Carole Nordien, Phil Nyman, Dennis
O'Keefe, Stan Pappas. Gerald Pelzner, Linda Per-
kinS, Roh Petrokas, Bob Pine, Dave Plowman.
Run' 3: Ron Pope. Sue Raah, Val Rainey, Vir-
ginia Randazzo. Grafiano Regina. Jenifer Re-
naltii. Bob Roche, Barb Rosen, Marian Rosen-
Razz' 4: Sharon Russell, Frank Sabella. Eliott
Saelens, Ted Sammis, Mark Samson, Harvey
Samuels. Carol Sankovieh, Bill Sayre, Carlcne
Ron' 5: Steve Seheppler. Stexe Srhinkel, John
Schumacher, Rich Sfhwarting, Karen Srhwartz,
Sharon Seller, Joe Serafini, Fred Sherwood, john
Sitton, Diane Sony,
Row 6: Marcia Spears, Don Sprattling, Marilyn
Steele, Sue Steinberg. Ellen Stern. Rich Stewart,
Lydia Stolz, Ken Strawn, Joanne Stueller, John
Run' 1: Howard Tamler. Larry Teshara, Danni
Thouvenin, Bill Tregenza, Bill Truscott, Mike
Tyrell. Alexia Vasseliou, Karen Vestre. Niek Vrio.
riis, Barh Xvarwick.
Rau' 2: Hob Wfatson, Marsha Xveber, Connie Welw-
her. Claire XVeiner, Helen XY'einreick, Margaret
XVerth, Barry Wei'tz, Sue Wfest, Kent Wfhalen.
Rffu' 3: Vicky XVillard, Cliff XY"i1lis, 'lark XVoodA
lanrl, Ron Yanoff, Diane Young. Rog Young. Sid
Young, joy Zabel, Nancy Zeieller.
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Among the many successful activities sponsored
hy the present high junior class was the Junior
Prom. Entitled Bali Hai, it was held on Friday, May
l3 at the Fairmont Hotel. Responsible for this gala
evening were the class oHicers: Don Palmer. Lynn
Baker. Barbara Bergh, and Bette Jean Bokeland. as
well as the other members of the class.
Wlieil this same class were low juniors, they spon-
sored a Srnzinis Worlfslmp. Held in the cafeteria
from I-H. it included food. entertainment. and, most
important. lots of fun. The officers for the low junior
year were Carol Allen, Pat Holt, Mary Jane Cooke,
and Julie Anderson.
Aside from the specific activities which this class
has sponsored. many of the class members are activq
participants in other clubs and actix ities at Lincoln.
One memher is Tc-ri Levitan. president ofthe 'l'omor-
rowis Teachers. The class also has a high academic
standing. boasting: many mcmhers in the C.S.l".
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Ames, Stew Amos, Eleanor Anderson, julie An-
derson, Martha Anderson, Ray Anderson, Rich
Run 2: Steve Anderson, Roberta Annigoni, Carole
Anti, Carol Arnold, Claude Arnold, Anne Atkin-
son, Herb Atwater, Denixe Axalos, Rith Axalos,
Ron' 3 .' Bill Baker, Lynn Baker, jerry Banzet, Judy
Barnes, julian Barnett, Mike Baugh, lAinda Be-
gen, Nick Bell, Don Bclluomini, lid Bennett.
Rau' J: joan Bennett, Liz Bennets, Daxid Benoit,
Sandra Berg, Barb Bregk, Bev Bergk, Helene Ber-
ger, Marie Berger, Sandy Berger, Marilyn Berthelot.
Ron 5: Ingrid Birke, Sue Birkett, Ron Blake, ,lim
Bliss, Sue Bloch, Karen Bond, Anna Bowel, Stexe
Bovo, John Bowcock, Georgia Bowen.
Rff1i'6.' Kathy Bowling, Paul Boxer, Sandy Brad-
ley, Doug Brady, Ray Bray, Nurit Brenner, Len-
nart Brink, jeremy liruenn, Sharon Brunn, Bar-
Ruiz If jim Brooks, Nancy Brooks, XVarren
Brooks, Denny Brown, Kathy Brown, Ken Brown,
Rich Broun. Rich Buhner, Sandy Bukoxuki, San-
R011 2: Karen Burger, Marty Burkert, Sue Burk-
halter, Bob Bush, Elaine Caileaux, Liz Campbell,
Rich Camps, Mary Cahn, Margaret Cartlno, IXlilte
Roi: 3: Fred Carlson, Ron Carlson, Brian Carroll.
Kathy Carroll, Mary Caruthers, Linda Castleman,
jim Castora, Tony Cavagnaro, Carl Cawllield, Pat
Razz' 4: Ed Cecil, Frank Cele9tre, Vianne Chand-
ler, Al Charlton, Sebastion Chiamos, Diana Chi-
eso. Eileen Clark, Ruth Clausen, Phil Cleyenger,
R011 5: Ed Coffey. ,lean Cavmerford, Teri Comings,
Shirley Conrad, Dan Constantine, Larry Cook,
Mary Cooke, Chuck Cooley, Lynda Cooper, Mike
Ron 6: Larry Cosper, Mary Courtright, Marti
Cragg, Kathy Cullen, Donna Curtaz, Pat Curtin,
Pam Damato, Marty Daniels, Nadine Daspit, Russ
Raw 1: Val Davis, Tom Dea, Clitf DeCuir, Ray
Deliino, Eileen Delos, Keith Demetrak, Ecenice
Dentley, Donna Dexine, Cail DeVoto, Dion Dil'
Razr' 2: Barb Dito, Bob Dittman, Karen Dorman.
Gil Dorsey, Bob Dowdall, Charlene Dowding,
jack Downing, Barb Doyle, Sharon Duane, lwlarie
Rffu' 1: Jerry Dunwell, Judy Eagle, Dan Early.
Deeann Ebert, Gary Elder Paul Dulfer, Ken Elli-
son, Art Elxin, Rosalee Emton, Mary Engelke.
Rm' 2.' Bill lfrieleson, Bob Eriltstad, Mike Eseony.
Rith lfalxey, Irene Earinsley, Mithael Farley. Jeux
Fees, Sheri Fenno, Freddie Feinberg, John Iielton.
Rau' 3: Mailorie Ferrieeh, Joan Ferro, Carole Fex,
Gary lfishtrom. Iflorine Fitzgerald, l.oretta Elem-
ing, Linda Folts, Connie Foote, Bettes Foster,
Rau' 4 Janet Fourli, Jan Freed, Emanuel Freyd'
lcis, Becky Friedrieks, Larry Friday, George Froam,
Jim Fuller, Anne Gallaher, Maria Gallegos, Car-
Rau' 5: Barb Geertz, Al Gersch, Emily Gerstf
raeher, Claudette Gitzel, Doug Glenn, Nanny Goff,
Ereida Goldman, Rich Goldman. Gail Goldstein.
Rau' 6: Joan Gramlieh, Donna Grares, Paul
Grech, Barb Greco, Pam Greene, Mila Grepo, Jim
Grifhn, Mana Gross, Donna Grosso, Barb Grotli,
Razz' I: Bob Guetersloh, Evan Guinasso, Paula Gu-
tierrez, Jim Hall. Betty Halonen. Robin Halo-
nen, Louise Hamilton, Bruce Hanchett, Jack
Hanks, Ed Hansen.
Run' 2.' Karen Hansen, Bob Harder, Rich Hard-
wick, Marti Hardy, Karen Hartung, Larry Hasty,
Sharon Haymond, Harry Hayward, Jaclyn Heiser,
Rauf 3: Pat Hennessy, Bill Henriekson, Annabel
Henry, Dorothy Herman, Gail Herzig, Anita Hill,
Judy Hirschfeld, Rosemarie Hoeiling, Don Hol-
tier, im o mes.
Rau' 4: Pat Holt, Mike Hoogasian, Doris Horne.
La Vonne Hover, Jean Howard, Shirley Hudelcotl,
Joanne Hummel, Ed Isola, Sherry Iverson, Kathy
Rffzc' 5: Kathy Jamison, Jerri Johnson, Paul Jones,
Sherri Jones, Karen Kane, Sharon Karp, Sharon
Kasper, Sandy Kaste, Linda Katz, Vicky Kaufman.
Rau' 6 Gary Kellani, Ted Keller, Pat Kelsey, John
Kenny. Nori Keston, Harxey King, Anita Klipa,
Marge Knight, Bob Knutson, Bob Koenigs.
HHN' I: Greg Kotta, Lhris Krueger, Jim Kruger,
Diana Kuehan. Floryan Kujawa. Pam Kurer, liolv
Kurtz, Leona Lambert, Bob Landman, Howard
Rauf 2: George Langley, Rieh Lanzendorfer, Tom
Larson, Barbie Law, Bob Laurence, Nancy Lars,
renee, Bob Leigh, Linda Lerond, Teresa Levitin,
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lic, Nancie lindenlcaum, Harry Lindncr, Lind
Littman, Brute Logic. Suu Limp, Bruce l.ni'en
lion 2: Hmvard Lnvulvss, XY'illis lnvell, Pat l.--we
living Lubin, Frank Lutia. Billie Luipac, Su
Mafhi, Roger Mack. jerry Mackcv, Nifk Malan
Ruiz 3: limb Malfanti. Boyd Mannicn, lxaac Mai
cliasin, Bnnnic Marincirh, Dick Markcl. Tony Ma
iwittn, Xavier Marquez. Cllintnn Mart. li-ab Martin
Ron' 4: Ron Martinez, lsalucllc Matlici, Sue Ma
tlics. Slicrry Mattnnn, Brntc Mattnx, Ricli Mayci
I.1iri'v Mazznla, Panl McAl'uc. Hills Mt'K1an1lwi'itlgc
Run 5: Kay Mcflnnncll, jim lNfcCfnnncll, Burl
McCQni'd, Sue McCnlwlwin. Art NcGlenun. jnann
NllCil'1lll, Una Mdirill, jim Mtlncrncy, Shcri Ms
lntyrc. C,.xrnlvn Mcliunna.
Rffn' K1 .' Bill INILNLMK, Judy lfcatlc. Diane Muliak
janet Mcnarv, Claudia Mitlmluk, Rich Miknlik
Bula Miller, llnla Millur, lynn Milliken, 'llvn
Rffzz I: Snrita Nitrta, Eniicn Mnlini. liarb Mn
nil, Duiwvtliv Munir, Dennis Mnnuw. liavc Mn-ire
Marguerite Munir, 'llinia Mn-arc, Marlt-nr Mi-idni
Run 2: Nick M-ntl, lflimtilw Mnrgan, Claire Min
in-I. Clary Mmv, Dt-it-k Mnsuciitlsc. linlw Mnllun
Nancy Mnrpliv. Cluailus Myth, Dun Naiivc, Rm
Km: 3: Marv Ncal. Bill Ncxillt, Suu Nicl1nlS
AndvXu1'blin, iiarnl X-vrtli, Daxc Nniwkuntl, l.ind.
Nutmcycr, jerry Off-vi1i1nv1'. Sta-pl1v:n UiCniinnr
Rffiz' -4: Margaret O'Me.xra, Gcniluc Opp:-nlantlcr.
l'ici're Ori-nm, Larry O'Snllivan, Katliv Onxliani.
ljnusni-v Ovallc. Katliv Ou-rli-ilt, I,ind,i Rid-ru.
Dave Panglwnin, Nadinr Parin.
Run 5: Dun Parmcr. Sandy Passantinn. Andy Pav-
lmitli, Ray Paul, Sue Panlwn, Karan Pearson,
Caml Pvnnv. lid Pci'ric-mc, Dnnna Furry. Cun-
Kun' 6: Clintk Petcrwn, Pc-te l'cKv:i's-ni, Pat Phe-
lan. Ritk Pimcntal, l.ai'rv Platrk, Luc Paguttn,
jatkie Pnrtmain, Ht-rlv Pnttcr, Rngcr Pmxrrs, Carla
Rau If Carnlyn Prnuell, Yvette Prnvince, Rita
Radley. Sue Rae. Tum Rauchacrger. hfnntv Raw-
lings, Starr Ray, Skip Rayward, Rich Rentsfliler,
Rffu' 2: Merrilue Russell, Donna Rex. Rnn Ridley,
jne Rlindes. Den Richaitlsnn, Caisic Rnlmcrts.
Keith Rnbinsnn, Kim Rolls, Pat Rnley. Karen
ffiz' I: Carlos Romcio, Larry Roscnlacrg, Brad
othhatk. Cal Rothman. Fran Royal. Carol Rudd,
tan Rudoltl, Boh Ruguroni, Peggy Rushing, Barb
fail 2: Gail Sailors. Sue Sandidigc. Frank Santa
fruz. Mary Sarihalis. Norm Sayer. Frank Sayre.
yen Stliimx. Herb Schlesinger. Bernd Schulz, licx
You 5: Craig Sthxxartz, Donna Scoggins. Larry
Ltott. Clitl Sears, Vitky Sedgley. Pam Seeley. Bu
legal. john Scverson. Clary Shannon, Sue Sliapro.
2011 4: Betty Sharp, Barbie Shattutk. Kathy Shaw,
Louix Shaw, Kathe Shcctz. Val Sclxcy. Tak Shi-
bata, Irv Singer. Sandy Smith, Nancy Sox.
Mil' 5: Mike Spcllman. jean Spencer, Kay Spring-
fr, Sharon Stafford. Nil-tc Stafstrom. Nancy Stein.
,eona Stern, Linda Stex onion. Sandy Stone, Andy
?o11' F: Tom Sugrue. Carlene Suhl, Mike Sullivan,
Strid Sumeri, Diane Surges, Jet? Tamhor, Carolyn
annonc, jim Taylor, Gary Tensfeldt, Carole
Row 1: Renate Tilker, Bob Tipplc, Judy Tomp-
kins, Sharon Troedson, Henry Turkcl, Alvin Tur-
ner, john Unger, Kathie Urban, Linda Van Orden,
Earlene Van Sluizer.
Rau' 2: Tony Varcla, Steve Vartan, Nancy Vcr-
stoppen, Bob Walker, Sterling Wfalkcr, Al Xvall.
Lynn Wfall, Sandy Waller, john Wfalters, Johnnie
Rou' 3: Thomasinc XVarcl, Ralph Xvarner, Cheryl
Wfatson, john Wlatson, Nancy Watslmim, jan Wfatts,
Cherri Wfeher, Stan Xlifciss, Mike Wcissgerber, Ann
iRo11' -J: Charlene XVcsscll, Bill Wlcst. Elmer XVhcl-
ipey, Mac Wfhite, jules Wfilkens, Dorothy Xvillett,
Bill Wfilliams, Carol Xvilliams, Karen Willizlins,
Ruiz 5: Ray XY"ilson, Fred XVinn, Howard XVintcr-
mantcl, Lorene Wfipriit. Cnry XVisnia, Bill XViss-
man, Janet XVit::osl-cy, Stexe VUolf, Lillian Wfolfc,
R011 6: Leslie XVoosl, Judy Xvoodhcad, Sherman
XXlon. Hilary Young, Mike Young, Fred Yottcr,
Annalcc Zach. Pete Zachariou, Norm Zara, Lynn
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The entire Student Body was invited to attend the
Low junior Pizza Feed, lielcl in the vafeteria during
the spring term. The food, from Al's Pizza, and the
musitf, from a julie box, contributed to the Sllt't,7t'SS
of this activity.
lttfspuirsihle for the planning ul' tht- feed were tht-
4'lass0li'it'e1's,Ja11 Wrilson. AI Sinor, and ,lufly Nelsun.
plus the vlass sponsor, lVlr. Al Smith.
'l'he liuw Juniors predicted their sutfcess Mlllgll
they were high sophomores. That term they pre-
sented 4'Mistletoe Madnessit at Christmas time. Again
the julie box was used, and devorations in keeping
with the themes--streamers, mistletoe, and Christmas
t-Qlurs -vould he seen all arouncl the girls' gym.
Tlmse responsihle forthe planning of this activity
u ere the officers, lid Beckwitlr, Arlene Saruuhan. .lu
Ann lievertz. and Linda Asher.
This tflass louks forward eagerly to future sem-
esters and activities. whivh they prerlivt will lie even
more suvcessful than those in the past.
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aw 1: john Adamson, Judy Aggeler, Kathleen
inthony, Dave Apostolos, Bob Asher. Linda Ash'
r, Jerrie Borden, Meredith Born, Cathy Born-
eimer, jerry Brenner.
fun' J: Gene Brown, Harb Biedeliolt, Noel Batler.
eff haechler, Larry Baker, Chexter Hankx. Linda
larney, Paul Hetkentlore, Michaels Becker. Lil
lou' 3: Errol Belt, Gary Belt, Bonnie Henkel. Ilolw
Kennett. Carol licomberg, Diane Benstein, Rosa-
ind Birbaum, Donna Bjorkquist, Georgia lion
lan. Betty Bokclnml.
lou' 4: Jane Bolton, Deanna Brunner. Fred Hruny
vig, Barb Buell, Barry Burstein, Hob Butler.
Niichael Byrne, Chrix Caldwell, jack Campana,
Yau' 5 .' Margaret Cardno, Mike Carl, Fred Carlson,
Nnne Carman, Sue Carney, Art Chambers, Cyn-
'hia Chen, Al Christensen, Martin Kflavrlio, janet
Rule G: Pat Cockeiill, Linda Coleman, Shalom K1-mV
Zreras, Doug Corrick, Liz Cory, Linda Lrowthem.
Claudia Culinen, jenny Curry, Mike Daigian.
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Row 1: Nick Daniloff, Art Dasso, Jayne Daw-
son, Pat Davis, Martin Delahanty, Bob Delaurli,
joan Degenkolb, Joyce Dinslage, John Dissmeyer.
Raw 2: jim Dodge. Bob Domenilaini, Annette
Draeger, Kristin Eckluncl, Brian Eden, Ann Ehr-
hardt, Arvicl Fkenherg, hfarsha Alvin, Dennix
Fmberhing, Chris Farris.
Rail' 3: Diane Fellon, Sharon Ferraris, Steve Fc-
rini, Mike Fischer, Nancy Fisher, Eileen Fisher,
jeff Fong, Louise Frankel, Pat Fry, John Gama,
Row 4: Barry Ganapol, Elaine Germenis, Ed Ger-
rans, Jo Ann Gevertz, Rhoda Gianer, Martha Gib-
bon, Diane Ciilartli, Sue Filfether. Bill Green.
Rau' 5: Linda Greco, Bob Greyson, Vaughn Grif-
fin, jean Halpern, Melody Hallberg, George Hardy.
Mike Hanley, Nelda Hanien, Narxda Harrell, Paul
Rau' 6: Fred Holman, Fd Holbrook, Sandy j.lV
cobs, Roger Jensen, Mike jerrnane, Ken johnaon,
Leslie johnson, Bah Johnston, Russ jones, Kathy
Row I.' Theresa Katen, Sharon Kceley, Bolw Kerr,
Kay Kersha, Mike Kermn, Sandy Keyes, George
Koerner, Mailvne Kockos, Arlene Krause, Marilyn
Row 2.' joe Kyle, Karen Laibon, Bob Lawrence,
jo Anne Leasure, Margaret Le For, Nadine Lev
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Row 1: Dave Lotentzen, Jon Loswick, Ann Luci-
bello, Bill Ludwigson, Dan Lynch, Rod McAulay,
Barb Macdermott, Doug McDonald, Bruce Mc-
Gregor, Walt McGregor.
Raw 2: Donna McIntosh, Don MacLean, Barbara
McMahon, Beverly McNutt, Karen Maclsen, Pete
Marcellini, Paula Markakis, Sharon Marks, Bob
Martin, Joyce Mau.
Row 3: Sandy Mello, John Meyer, Aileen Miller,
Knute Miller, Steve Miller, Michele Monnier, Liz
Morris, Margaret Moreland, Bob Morrow, Barb
Row 4: John Murray, John Nathan, Bill Neil,
Judy Nelson, Kit Nelson, Ron Newman. Sandy
Neumann, Brian Newlon, John Noren, Russ
Row 5: Burray Olsen, Diane Oppenheim, Ron Or-l
Steve Overbaugh, Lionel Pashoian, Steve!
Pauette, Carolyn Perri, Cynthia Perry, Roger Petti-
cord, Greg Philliposian.
F: Joyce Phillips, Doris Platt, Karin Poggi,
Poletti, John Pond, Bill Ponig, Robin Pow-
ers, Ron Prater, Barb Preston, Fran Rinkin.
Row 1: Carol Reyna, Nancy Rhoads, Bruce Rice,
Walt Rice, Bob Ryan, Michael Russell, Carole
Rosenberg, Mike Rosen, Joe Ross, Roy Rogers.
Row 2: Ron Rogers, Ken Robinson, Elaine Risso,
Marilyn Rinly, Kathy Riley, Don Rieschel, Vir-
ginia Rich, Doug Salin, Ray Sander, Arlene
Row 3: Carol Schaefer, Rich Schmitt, Judy Schnei-
der, Carl Schrick, Arclelle Schwarz, Dolores Scott,
June Sequeira, Allen Sinor, Rich Skaff, La Preme
Row 4: Susan Shaw, Louise Sheas, Bill Shubin,
Cheryl Smith, Chris Smith, Dennis Smith, Carolyn
Sparks, Rose Marie Stelter, Jorvn Stigre, Tom
Row 5: Rich Tannone, Isabelle Tanzi, Leslie Tar-
ry, Carolyn Thompson, Carol Thompson, Jim
Thuesen, Jeff Tiret, Misty Togersen, Jeff Tozier,
Row 6: Bruce Usher, Rich Vanclergrift, Dennis
Venizelos, Dick Vortmann, Vic Vacyes, Bob XVal-
lace, Val Ward, Diane Warden, Sheila Washam,
Row 1.' Elaine Werdesheim, Henry Wesch, Pam
West, Laurie Whearty, Steve Widnes, Dorothy
Wfilliams, Janice Wilson, Tom Wilson,Vera Wind-
halz, Fred Winters.
Row 2: Judy Wiskotchill, Janet Wisnia, David
Wright, Carol Yelton, Sharie Yosiph, Orvel
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President of the Spring High Ten Class, Bob
Moore, discussed the termis actix ities, along with his
ollicers, Carol Clark. ,lan Motzer, Toni Cuo, and Gail
Thomas. One of the activities was a dance for mem-
hers of the High Sophomore Class only: the other,
a stag or drag dance open to tl1e entire student body.
The above mentioned plans took shape in the form
of Tropical Healzrave, a dance held in the gym, for
which the decorations included real palm trees. The
music came from records.
Another dance. entitled i'5llllJWl'6t'li,i, was held
on April 29. l96U. Also a comhination spaghetti and
pizza feed was enjoyed by the class.
All activities were planned hy a council consist-
ing ol' the registry presidents, plus the class ollicers.
The picture opposite this page is the High Sopho-
more class of Spring 1960. tlaow Sophoniores of
The class hegan its activities at Lincoln with a
Pizza Feed, held on Decemher 8, l959.
The ollicers, Roh Chimmon. Marge Jackson, Sally
Baker, Ron Stolowitz, and Joyce Wihack helped to
decorate the cafeteria in red and white and to carry
out the theme with red and white tahleclothes. Un
the suhject of this activity. the class sponsor. Mr.
Haroutunian, was quoted as saying. iclf this actiyity
was any indication of the future, then this is the
hcst Low Ten class Lincoln has seen in a long timefi
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Run' I: Frank Agnost, Carol Alger, Carole Alle
Pat Anderson, Evelyn Anderson. Sara Andersr
Earl Andrews, Kit Andrews, Su7anne Aneur
Row 2: Marlissa Armstrong, Mary Atkinson, Nr
man Averback, Cordell Axelson, Tara Allhanc
Bill Babb, Tom Bailly, Bob Bailey, Brute B:
Rau 3: Karen Barber, Fred Barker, Han Barlo'
Vendee Bates, Betty Baumgardner, Claudia Be:
Gregory Beatty, Judy Beekerman, Adrian Belhi
Rau' -J: Marge Bell, Paul Bening, Clifton Bennc
jon Benson, Yvonne Berg, Dorenc Bergstedt, Li
da Bergstrom, Lael Berkstrusser, Barhira Berme
Raw 5: Marilyn Blanchard, Cnetthen Gloch. Lia
Blodgett, Doris Blue, Bill Blurhel. Elton Blur
Mary Bae, Bea Ann Boudoures, Beverly Bower-
Run 6: Bonita Bradley, Kitty Breneghan, Stephi
Bray, jackie Brickman, Janet Briggs, Carol Brir
-lim Briscoe, Carol Broun, james Broun, jul
Ron I: Stexe Brown. Shelly Brush, Pat Bugli
rello, Cathy Burkhardt, Margo Burnham, Katl
Bushnell, Leland Bushnell, judith Butts. Loi
Calxilco, judy Cameron.
Ruiz 2: Lynn Cameron, George Canlnias, Lor
lee Campbell, Rich Caniglia, Don Canohbio, LI
rion Canuto, Marilyn Carlsen, Sue Carlsen, Chu:
Corniglia, Rosanne Caross.
Ron 3: Kathy Carsner. Sandy Carxer. jim Ca
sin, George Cavalier, Toni Cero, Gerald Cecche
tini, Vicky Cero, Myron Chan, Carol Chnnc
Rffrz' 4: Kathy Chapman, Dennis Cheatham, I
Cliesterman, Mariene Chiarueir. Carol Clark, Paul
Clark. Frances Clayton, Carol Llitt, Rirk Loc-i
Noir' 5: Helen Cohen, Ruth Lolivn, Rolwt-st Colxei
joe Coho, Mary Colgan, Gary Collamer, l.esl
Compton, Dan Conception, Mike Conroy, Bet'
Run 6: ,lane Crafts, Bill Cragg. Rudy Cuarda, Lari
Curran, Tom Curran, W'alt Cuthhertson. Ron D1
Poggetto, Pat Dan, Sandy Dearhorn, Craig Deasj
Rorz' I: Christine lJ6l7oy, Sue Dearing, Karen De
lany, Marilyn De Leon. Janie Del Fava, Mike De
Prete, Jeanie Delos, Susan De Paoli, Sheila De
toy, Leona Diamond.
R011 2: john Dierks, Leona Disney, Paulette Don
mayer, Sue Dow, Rick Dowden, Dian Dunlap
Helene Duskin. Sydney Dutton, Michael Edwards
Tow 1: Diana Elia, Lois Engel. Andrew Engel-
nan, Joyce Engernann. l,cs English, Claudia Ep-
tein, Stan Epstein, Edith Erwin, Jarrett Evans,
low 2: Barbara Ewing, Susan Fabs, Joyce Farring-
nn, Alan Fclzer, Veronica. Fenton, Rohcrta Fer-
ier, John Jincren. Georgia Fisher, Jinx Fitzharris.
hw 3: Barbara Flaherty, Rosa Forrnil, Gary For-
nan, Biuriel Fox, Ardith Frand. Rich Frank, Carol
Freeland, Gail Gardner, Norm Gatzert, Nance
Run' -if Rich Germano, Arthur Geishman, Peter
fiiles, Kay Gilman, Lynn Goodrich, Paul Cirahlc,
Alf-x Graf, Gary Graxcs, Bill Grauw. Toni Grass.
Ron 5: Rosemarie Gratt, Fran Circch. Stew Green.
Judith Green, Pat Greenland, Pam Gregory, Carol
Gretton, Bill Grilicths, Frand Gould, Augi1stGote-
Ron' 6: Jill Gudcli. Teri Gcntlotti, Nanry Gus-
tanson. Rawn Hollman, Ken Hoffman, Limla
Ilines, Phyllis Hill, Dave Hieronynius, Catherine
llc-rvitt, Ben Herrera.
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lkffu' I: Helen Herman, Kathy Hemmetcr. Rohr-rt
Heller, Ray Hecteman, Judy Healy. ldalce Hay.
Barbara Haverkang, Bill Hziskill, XVillie Hart,
Nou 2: Boh Harrie, Jim Harris, Bcthene Harris.
lCarol Harrell, Lenny Harper, Chuck Harney, Sal-
ly Hansford, Linda Hallstroni, Gwen Hall, Na-
lllvzzr 3: Terry Haight. Roberta Haughee. Sharon
Haughee, Bill Jonas, Karen Johnson, George Jer-
rold, Jim Jensky, John Jaleoyina, Margaret Jack-
son, Mike Ito.
Run' -if Milla lsaelf, Pvoh Hunter, Judy Hnrlekolli,
Qloc' Hoyt, Joyce Howell, Dianne Honxer, Merrily
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Hollherg, Carol Kelly, Gail Kelsey, Carol Kenepp,
Bob Kennedy, Gary Kent, Bolw Kerr, Mike Kesler.
Noir' 6: Dale Ann Kilc, Kathy Klanher, Nancy
Klaric. Cheryl Knowlton, Tina Kollias, Jan Krie-
ger, Susan Kuchnhorl, Roland Krug, Harriet Ku-
roiwa, Bev Kushnirli.
lx'nl1f' lr Peggy Kellam, Rirh Kehoe, VIAUXTI KCClIllL,
liranlx Keelex. Bill Karas, Lxiry Kahn. Sandy Kali-
man, Liz Juvet, Linda Joy, Dwight Jogqwh,
Row 2: Rcrzgy Jones, Don Lutllmv, Diane Ludgrg,
Bob Lucchesi, Bei Luhick. Roh Loyd. Roi Lynn
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Rua' I: John Lindberg, Hob Lewis, Pat Lewis, Lar
ry Levy, Diane Kevitin, Manette Levit, Mark Levin
XVaIt Lepori, Marla Lehi, Nelli Lee.
Rau' 2: Diane Letlderhas, Glenn Lawrenee. Barhar.
Lantlson, Marilyn Lahey, Gary Kyle, Liz Lukenas
Sally Lund, Tina Lund, Ed Lunderman, Arthu
Raw 3: Judy Lutnes, Sharlene Lutney, Jane Lut
ticken, Bill Lyons, Rich Lyons, Phil MacDonald
Diane Maggionealda, Marcia MacDuckston, Ricl
Magliocco, Bob Maineri.
Rua' 4: Barbara Mannheim, Mickey Maratsos, Jane
Marcellus, Sandy Marill, Gery Marill, Ed Morgrez
Suellen Marsh, Jim Marshel, Jack Marthi, Jud'
Run' 5: John Martman, Earl Martinsen, Sallj
Mashbun,Carol McAulirIe.Sharon McCarthy, Nan
ey Jo McConnell, Jim McCulloch, Gary McDon
ald. Jim McFadden, Charleen MCGlew.
Row 6: Betty McGuffm, Carol Martins, Keren Me
lilcke, Cliff Memeken, Jeanne Mennie, Bev Men
zel, Benia Meyer, George Meyer, Doug Michael
Rau' 1: Sharon Miller, Valerie Mills, Sharor
Mindlin, Ed Miron, Florence Mitchell, Jacqui:
Mitchell, Gary Moeller, Channing Moore, Mar
garet Morgan, Judith Mortimore.
Rau' 2: Dianne Moser, Janet Motzer, Dean Muller
Linda lyluller, Mike O'Donnell, Pat Muller, Pa'
Mullican, Say Mumford, Fred Ohe, Fred Munkner
Row 3: Steve Llusser, Nanci Joyce, Elaine Nosser
Georgia Naylor, Sue Neil, Marcia Newton, Bonnic
Nielsen, Lenny Nissim, Diane Nofta, Anne Norl
Roz1'4.' Edith Nuttall, Larry O'Brien, Mike Ohme,
Mike Olah, Val Olander, Mary Oldham, Sandy
Olsen, Lenny Olson, Karl Olsson, Idarie Oliver.
Rau' 5: Bill O'Sulliyan, Alvard Oyalle, Vera
Ovens, Jeanie Paolussi, Tatyana Papkov, Lee Pap-
pageorge, Chris Parnello, Rich Pashley, Mike Pas-
qualetti, Bonnie Pates.
Razz' 6: Rosalind Patton, Tom Pendergast, Frank
Peterson, Krisana Peterson, Mike Phelan, Terry
Piestewa, Arleen Pietz, Pat Pilara, Steve Pitts, Pam
Rua' 1: Frieda Plansky, Rochelle Plouehe, Barry
Pollack, Marilyn Ponte. Gail Pope, Jean Pope.
Bob Portnoy, Suzanne Powell, Iylary Pretel, Daw:
Row 2: Judy Oualman, Mary Quinn, Sandy Ram-
sour, Chunk Rapp, Ginger Russell, Sue Reed,
Grayee Regan, Russ Rege, Theresa Reeeh, John
hw I: Ann Rewl, Carol Rhoades. Ken Richard-
son. Xenia Rixera, Carla Robbins, Ron Robertson.
Kileen Robinson, Pam Rogers. Tom Rose. Steve
Rau' 2: Marsha Rueckcrt, Virginia Ruggiero.
Yxonne Ruggiero, Marianne Russell. Rita Russell.
Ana Maria Sainz. Phyllis Sands, Maureen Sansing.
Chris Sapajnikoti, Carol Saiti.
Rau' 3: Mike Savin, Kristin Schaadt, Elliott
Schachter, XY'olfgang Schilling. Jim Sclxlictmann,
Ben Schmidt. Pat Schmulian, Phil Schinkel, Curt
Schneider. Albert Schoh.
Razz J: Ron Schrott, Phyllis Schwartz. Ron Scott.
Ron Sebanc. Gayle Seller. Anita Settle. Terry Se-
verino. Jim Sexton, Ed Shaw. Judy Shea.
Rffzi 5: Jackie Shephard. Bob Shimmon. Daxe
Sills, Barbara Skendle, George Skinner, Karen
Slissman. Claudia Smith, Helen Smith, Judy
Smookler, Karen Smith.
lRouf 6: Craig Snyder, Barbara Solomon, Linda
fSouthern, Dorothy Snwcrs. Jerry Spindler, Harold
lSpratling, Mike Springer, Adrianne Starno, Nicole
Steiger, Kitty Stein.
l HIGH io
Row l.' Marilyn Stein. Call Stelling. Judie Stexen,
Don Stewart. Nancy Stock, Ron Stolnwitz. Fred
Stone, Helen Stone, Julius Straus, XVayne Stnckey.
Ruiz 2: Dan Sullivan. John Sully. Louise Sven-
sen, Charles Swanson, Susan Swimmer, Ron Syce.
Chuck Tade, Marilyn Tashiian, Pam Ternahan,
Ruiz' I: Kris Thiel, Gail Thomas, Bill Traloucco,
Carol Trauner. Jayne Travis. Sandy Troxel. Nike
Tull. Diane Underwood. Sue Uriflervioucl. Jo Ann
Van Dan Ackcr.
Raw 2: Frank Treanor. Bob Van Herick. Georgia
Vasilevirh, Bill Vassiley, Fred Vogel. Frank Volis,
Jocelyn Volkers. Otley Von Nostiw, Jim Whilsh,
limi 3: Pam XVatts. Terry XY'eitzman, Frank
XVelch, George Xxfells, Barry XVenderoth. Art XX'en-
strorn. John XVesen Dunk. Pat XY'heeler, Leigh
Rau -J: Genie NVhitehurst. Renee XY'l1itney. Bfarie
XVileox, Dan XWiley. Hill XWilhelm, Ray XVison,
Bill XVilson. Mary XY'1nters, Gary Wise, Joyce
kwa' 5: Nanty XX'-ierner, Bruce XViight. Louella
XY'right, Tom XY'right, Glenn Yfynlcoop, Pete
W'ynne, Jim XVyrick, Par Zakos, Kurt Zickerman,
Rffu 6: Kay Zimmerman. ljlaine Zins.
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LOW SOPH CLASS
The "lowly" low sophomores have had a 'snot-sch
lowly" semester under the sponsorship of Mr. James
Yvyatt. The traditional Spaghetti Feed. held May
12. in the cafeteria, was one of the most successful
ever. Beforehand, there was athletic competition be-
tween the registries in volleyball. Then dinner was
serxed in the Cafeteria. after which there was dane-
ing and entertainment.
The low sophomore class is the first class tu try
out a new system to coordinate the nietnhers of the
diflierent junior high Sehools. and the sponsors with
the registries. 'lihe vonneil. eolnposed of thirteen
students, nine nlenibers elected front eaeh ol' the
nine registries: Jackie Swartz. Al Posin. Xlaggi
Huebner, Jeannie Moretti. Fred Nenlmert, Diane An-
derson. Linda Jenson. Dale Adams. and the four
oflicers: Holi Sanehez. Chuc-li Dagit. Cindy Nlieh-
eletti. and Fred Biatnineci.
The 290 lIlC'tIllJCl'S also supported the high soph-
omore danee g'Tropic-al Heat Wave." held April 29.
in the lroys' gym.
For the city-wide Road-lf-U Queen. sponsored lvy
the Junior Chanilier of Connnert-e. the low swmho-
more nominee was Janet liaez.
Pictnra on the opposite page ,show x the iiieiiilwt-is of tht present
Low len Class.
eannie Btorctti, julie Zgtchtitian. l.ind.1 Jenson. Ngtggi Henbner. tired Bianucci, Cindy Michelctti. B-wb Sanchey.
Chuck Dagit, Dale Adams, Diane Anderson, jackie Swartz, At Posin, Fred Ncnbcrt.
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The students ot Abraham I.incoIn
High School-ancI particuIarIy of
the publications statts-extend their
sincere thanks to the wonderful
men ancI women of the Parent-
Teacher Assn.-whose unseltish
assistance-both financial anaI
physicaI-has contributed in such
Iarge measure to the success of
our many curricuIar anaI extra-
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KAREN OKELBERRY HARRY HAIMOVl'l'Cl-I
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SUSAN LIQRRQXYI RICHARD SAH
XVIILIAM XWARA GEORGE KONIARAS
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'l'he Fall Student Body otlicers began their term with a record sale ol' Student Body
cards and pageant tickets. Although all the officers worked in a combined effort of these
sales, as they did with all the activities of the term, especially responsihle for the record
sales of cards and tickets was Bill uvtiee Vvilliew Vlfara. the Fall treasurer. The success-
ful sales at the beginning of the term were a small indication of a good term to follow.
Among one of thc first ollicial acts performed hy the Fall Student Body ollicers was
the creation of a new oltice. This ofiice, the Director of Athletics, was conceived with the
idea in mind that the treasurer carries one of the heaviest work loads among the officers.
The Director of Athletics was to be accountable to the treasurer, and was to assist him
in the sale of all tickets for games and also to assist
him in planning the publicity for games. The sug-
gestion for the creation of this new oH'ice was pre-
sented to the Student Body and duly approved.
The oHicers did not stop with the Director of Ath-
letics. Throughout the term, President Dave Hettig
ted the officers in the revision of the school Consti-
tution. As part of this revision, outdated things were
removed and for revised and new things were added.
'lihe Fall ofiicers only had time to lay out a plan for
the revision of the Constitutiong they left this plan
for the Spring oliicers. who continued the revision.
NVhile all the ollicers worked together on the re-
vision of the Constitution. the individual officers
did not forget their johs. N ice President Karen Okel-
herry planned the Bell Hop which proved to he even
more successful than expected her-ause of Lincolnis
defeat of Vviashington earlier in the day. Karen also
conducted the Student Assembly with the help of
Secretary Susan Morrow. who was rcsponsihle for
all the minutes of the term. Sue suffered a slight set-
hack when she lost an entire hook of minutes. hut
this obstacle vs as soon overcome hy her own good
nature and the enthusiasm which prevailed through-
out the term.
Also prevailing throughout the term was Yell
Leader Harry Haitnovitclrs high spirit. He showed
this spirit at all of the rallies held during the term.
and especially at the victory rally held after Lin-
coln's defeat of Poly. Also on hand at this rally was
.Iohn Jacohsen who acted as Director of Properties
during the latter part of the term instead of' George
Koniaras who was originally elected for the ollice.
Unfortunately, thcre were some offenders at the vic-
tory rally, as there were at every rally. And Judge
Richard Sah received them all in Student Court and
doled out sentences that were intelligent and fair.
.lf Q5 We.
'lihe Student liody ollieers of the spring term. l90ll. were well qualilied lor the job
which faced them. President Don Bryant had been president of his elass as a low
sophomore, and he was a member ol' the football. basketball. and trark teams. Lynn
Cipolat. vice president. had been awarded for her good eitizenship and scholarship
by the American Legion. Student Body Seeretary Bonnie Hughes was a member of the
Forty Links, Big Sisters. and CSF: and she had been secretary-treasurer of her 4-lass
as a low' senior. As Student Body treasurer, Gloria Nelson, who was a elass ollieer and
Carnival Queen, spurred on Student Body Card sales. Ed Musante. who was the Student
Body Judge, conducted his eourtroom with the ability of a natural leader.
The Student liody officers suereeded in making
the semester unusual and exciting. Wfith their baek-
ing Student Body Card sales soared higher than they
have in years. and the students were nearly repre-
sented by ltlll per cent Student Body. These olticers
enabled those with Student Body Cards to attend
the first free dance at Lineoln in tive years. They also
devised a new polivy whereby only Student Body
Card holders could attend rallies: the other students
remained in the library where roll was taken. Al-
though only members of the Student Body vould
attend rallies, there was an average of about one
rally a w eek. more than ever before.
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Furtherinore, the otfim-ers continued a job begun y,,,,.M,A,,. I,jH,1,7mdW
last term--fthe rexision of the Constitution. whieh
they vonsidered obsolete. Another ol' the main pro-
jects of the Student Body oflic-ers was a Festival.
with both edueational and fun exhibits.
The Spring ollieers did everything in their power
to make the semester a well-rounded one.
Student Leaders distuss plans for new Activities.
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llocly ollii'ei's. tlw p1'0siclt'lits ol' tlie Yarioiis it-lussvs. tlllly 2lIDIlI'tlYt'il.
and the uilitor of' tlie l,1'11f'0l11 Log is tlw grovtwriiiig Asifli- lrorn finishing tht- rvvision of the Consti
lrocly ol' tllc- svllool. At its 'llnvstlay morning nivvl- lution. llw Spring Counvil. left lry llon lifyillll. anrl
ings tlie Council flisvussffs tllt- l'lll'I'l'Ill prolvlvins luv- sponsorml lay Mr. ,lznncs lliyatt, was wry liusy
ing tliv Stnrlvnt llotly and the scpa1i'att'cAlzisst's. .Mnong tliv svllool uvtivitivs rlnring tlw spring l0l'Ill
llnring tlw lull lPl'lll the Stuclvnt Connvil. spon- xwrv tixo mlulnvs sponsorvcl liy tlit- Ftiulvnt lionnvil-
sorecl lui' llrs. lit'I'lllt'i' Nlaiglio. was prvsirlml owl' lay llglrcli Urals anfl llilllop Hop.
Flnclvnt lloily Pl't'SlClllllt llaw llettig. lnclvr luis 'lllit' Spring lfonnril also took part in tlw svliw-
lt'a1rl01'sl1ip tlie llonnril l,lCl'liUl'll1Ctl its first olliviiil url tion ol' tllt- live sluclvnts ixlio wvrv to r0p1'tfsi'1it Lin
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tl't-asiii'm'. 'llw suggestion lor tlie 1-rmtion ol' tliis portant. mis ilu- Spring lfeslixul.
l,tf.' Iffrlxufxbf I.1tl lnultluit liolw S, iiit lit-?.5Ntn4,lci1t Hptly Ycll l.u11tli 'i'. Otto Yin lyhiyn. lllt lnuitlcimt Don l'gilznu'. Httv Picxnlunt limb Moon-. Stniltn
llotly Xiu- lrcsnlcnt Lynn Cllpolzit, Ht- lrcsitlunt lctc lfri'1'v.'1o, Student lluly lresnlcnl Don Bryant, Srntlcnt Botly Swx'ct,iix' llonniu Hmgliuw. Ltl
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Une of the most important organs of liu: student
r'lIUXl31'Illll0X1t at Aiiraiiani Liiivolii High Svhool is
the Sludvnl Court xx hivh meets every Friday nioruing
at 8 o'cl0r'k in room 226. At lhis time Lhose stuclems
who haw 11-ceivecl vilalions from memlwrs of thv
Rally Comiuitlve and Forty Links an- trivd and
awarded illJll1'Upl'iillC puuishulents.
The Court, judge, the Stlldfllli Body oiiiccrs, and
the class jurors dl't6l'lllilll? ilie gravity of lhe offmiso
pm-rfornwd liy the guilty stucleul. This term, spring,
1900, Ed Xlusaute served as juclgv, Noel Mim-he-lsmi
mis Court 1-lark, and George- Koniuris kcpl ordvr as
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Participating in the CSF installation are officers Maija Gross flighting cancllesj, Caron Smith, Teri Levitin. and
Bette Balceluncl fscatecll . XY7Rfl'l'lll'U1 the ceremony is Principal john R. Carr.
CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
The Abraham Lincoln High School hranch of the
California Scholarship lTt5fl8l'EllQi0ll. CSF, has in-
creased in size over the years. to hecomc one ol' the
schoolis most active clubs. The lf'l5 members. super-
vised by their sponsor, Miss Keenan. made the years
of 1959 and 1960 very l76I16l:lClHl.
Led by leaders President George Nagel, Vice
President Caron Smith, and Secretaries Betty Rakit-
lund and Teri Levitin. the members of the club have
heen working hard on selecting colleges, examining
scholarships, taking: tests. and enjoying all the social
activities offered to them hy the school and the
Parent-Teacher Association. Among the activities
enjoyed hy the Club this term was a formal tea, a
joint meeting with the Balboa High School CSF, and
the most dazzling affair. the formal installation
which was held in the Little Theater: this latter
was for life members of CSF anti for ofliccrs of thc
cluh. Other enjoyalmle events of this term were all-
flay tours, visits to colleges, visits to industries and
a gala PTA party.
The purpose of the CSF is to plan joint activities
for top scholastic stuclents so that they may look
upon their futures as a group. anrl plan for their
futures with the help of other stuclents anti teachers.
The CSF is now one of the most active cluhs in the
school ancl many ol its memlwrs make important
contributions to the sc-lmol.
CSF othcers tor the Spring term flcftj: Bette Bakelund. George Nagel. Caron Smith, Teri l.evitin, and Maiia Cyioss
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Ron' I tleft to rightl: Bill Gzlssaway, Dan Link, Bob Devlin, Ed Linsante, R010 2: George Nagel, Harvey Mitt-
ler, Pete Ferrero, Norman Cohlcr, Tony Bright.
The Big Brothers spent their most active term so
far under the leadership of Dan Link, president,
and Pete Ferrero, secretary. Also on hand to help
the iifty-seven boys was the sponsor, Mr. Lederman.
One of the Big Brothers' activities this term was
to help keep order at the National Merit Scholarship
Test which was given at Lincoln early on a Saturday
Other activities were the presentation of the movie
in honor of the low sophomores and the welcoming
of the low sophomores upon their arrival at Lincoln.
Wanted: A senior girl who is dependable, has a
Willingness to help others, and maintains a C plus
average. Found: Sixty-five Big Sisters. The Big
Sisters is an organization devoted to the performing
of servifwe to the community and the srhool.
Leading the group in their many activities is Miss
Madeleine Gallagher, in the spring term. Under her
sponsorship the girls made things for the TB Ward
at City and County Hospital, planned a candy sale.
and hosted the sophomore tea and movie and the
annual dinner for eluh memhers.
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Sliown fiom lclt, going tlockvnsc, are E 12.1 'itil ent crgas . u I Q y, 1 , V I ,
lan, Jeannie Miller. Anita Nagel, and Carol Gilbert. cngnyimg the fun and food at the Big Sisters' tea.
Dads' and Daughters' Night. sponsored by the GAA and the Block I., is eagerly looked forward to by dads and
daughters alike. The above shots demonstrate the dancing skill of many couples.
GIRLS' BLOCK L
Through the years the Girls' Block L Society has
grown in importance and popularity among thc
ranks of Lincoln cluhs.
During the fall term, l959, the cluh, headed hy
President Joanne Vifilliams, went howling, and after
many other activities concluded the semester with a
dinner at the Chuck Wagon.
When spring, l960, arrived, Linda Buckner was
elected the new Block L president. Along with her
officers, she led the Block L in many interesting
and worthwhile activities. One of these activities
was the GAA Spring Carnival, a money-raising ef-
fort to send Kennie Lee Hart and Arthurlcne Gart-
rell, members ot' the girlsi track team, to the Sunnncr
Olympics in Rome.
As their service project the lilock L girls deco-
rated City and County Hospital at lfastcr.
Miss Norma Munie. thc cluh sponsor. has hclpcd
to make the Block L a worthwhile organization.
G AA COUN CIL
Lincoln has a very interesting athletic program in
that it can hoast a program for both boys and girls.
An important part of the girls, program is the
Girls, Athletic Association KCAAW Council.
During the fall semester the GAA Council, led
hy President Anne Lancaster, staged a GAA Carni-
val. This carnival was one of the many fund-raising
endeavors for the girls on the track team. lt was
hoped that the money obtained would send two girls
to the Summer Olympics in Rome, ltaly.
Spring President Linda Auhel and Block L Presi-
dent Linda Buckner, planned a sports day in which
all the schools of San Francisco participated. A hike
ride was also a spring actixity.
The CAA Council is sponsored hy Miss Lillian
Logan, Lincoln gym teacher.
Although thc CAA Council is composed ol' the tcn
olhcers plus a manager for each sport, anyone is
Welcome to attend the Friday morning meetings.
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Left hand picture shows star of the Forensic Club, Boris Benado, striking one of his typical poses. Right hand pic-
ture is the complete Forensic Club for the Spring term: Fifi! raw: Sally Mashburn. Bonnie Marinsich, Boris Benado
Barbara McCord, Barry Ganapol, Cathy Bushnell. Rau 2: Judy Aggeler, Marilyn Mannheim, Steve Shawl, Bob
Bush, Bob Wfalker. Rauf' 3 .' Steve Fisher, Eric Crystal.
ll' any Lineoln High School student beeomes
prominent in the lield ol' public speaking in the fu-
ture, it will probably be a direct result of the ex-
perience he gained as a IllCI1llJ6I' of the Abraham Lin-
eoln Forensic Club. This club, under the guidance
of Mr. Theodore Moore, is for the specific purpose
of coaching those students who have natural ability
in publie speaking and, when these students have
been properly coached, to send them to forensie
tournaments where they may gain aetual public
This year three members ol' the elub turned their
public- speaking experience into a credit both to
themselves and the sehool, when .Xlike Kerson, Boris
lienado, and Carlin Sankey beeame eligible for
slate ehampionship eompetition.
INTER NATION Al, CLUB
'l'he eustoms and ideas ol' other eountries are
brought to the students of Lincoln via the Interna-
tional Club. The main purpose of this organization
is to gain a better understanding of peoples in for-
eign Countries. To achieve this end the lnternational
Club hosts guest speakers. attends foreign movies,
and writes to foreign pen-pals. Dinners at foreign
restaurants provide an intriguing atmosphere for
the club as well.
Aiding the lnternational Club in their pursuit of
foreign interests is their sponsor. Mrs. lilorbes. Mrs.
Forbes was new at Lincoln this term, where she
taught Spanish and French. She has a great interest
in foreign countries herself.
It is the student who spends a sunnner abroad who
serves as president ol' the International Club. The
foreign exchange student spending the year in the
linited States autonialieallv serv es as the viee presi-
dent ol' the elub.
International Club members from many different Countries arehseen in this picture. Linda Burgstrom, Marlissa Arm
strong, Dan Peddlelwoarrl. Donna Rex, Marilyn Tashjean, Iuniarta Kartaberarlja, Helen Nelson, Linda Kurs. Kathi
Slcetchley, Grademir llir, Leslie XYood, take time out from their meeting to pose for picture.
'lla N- int t lnlw rmnvlm 1' H5 prox'.,Pol1 XX .illu is tlttrrmining rlmt iolmqt,ot'1V1ndc:4r.irlc gvnqrqrttg
'l'tlNlOltHtlXX"S Tli MIH IQRS
tll ol llvralmrn lllllftllll High Fvliool s proslwv-
tivv tvuvlif-t's lnmw an opportunity to gain avtiml
ts-ar-liing 1-xpf-rir-:nv as nwmlic-rs ol' the TOIllO1'I'0W,S
'llvar-lie-rs tllnli. llenilwrs of this Clnlm serve as tutors
for those stnflc-nts who arm- having dillivnlty with
their Studies. :Xsiclv from provirling the nwnilwrs
of the vluli is ith lt'ill'lllIlfI 0XpPr'it'iit't'. this tutoring
is wiluulmle- to tlie- otlwr stntlvnts unrl. 1-orxseqtwiitly.
lo tht- sm-llool as at whole
glsiclt- from tln' an-tixitivs along tlle' lint-s of urtnal
lt'iil'lllllgI. the int-nilvs-rs ol' tht- 'litlIll0l'l'tlXtiS ill0klt'lll'l'5
Clulr liuvt- projc-rts snvh as partie-s for umlvrprixi-
le-getl c'hil1li'c-n. st-ruplnoolxs for hospitals. nnfl tilnist-
mais stovkings. rllllfx zivtixitie-s in-re' varrivtl ont in tln-
lizill nnflm' tht- flirevtion ull uHlt'f'!'- tilairf- llorrt-ll.
,lliliv 'Xnrlr'i'son. ,loam ll1'QllllxlllIl. :incl 'livri lie-xitill.
lluring tht- spi'illg1tt'rln'llP1'il,6X'ltin.,loz1n Hrandis.
Xllllillf'P favll, ainfl liurliarzi flrwo lf-fl thc- vlnli in
zlnothvi' Sllt'1't'5Slilll lPl'lll. ,-Xinong: the activities in thr-
v-pring wvre guvst spvailiws who lllt'llltlt'fl forvign
To intvrest its IllCllllJ9I'S is the main goal of thv
,'xlJl'ZIlN.lIll Linvoln Svivmw- Cluli. 'llliis tflrnfs oflic'e1's.
llaul At'C2lIlllNl und Ktnlmit- Olsen. tlt4X1lIClltllt'IllSt3lY6S
to fulfilling this goal. .lliss llilclrf-cl Johnson. the
vlulw sponsor. wus on liancl to help.
During thc-ir Nlvrlm-sclay afternoon IIlP0llIlQS tht-
tfluli lwlcl clisvussions on surh topivis as wan- tlif-ory.
Inf-ssagvs from ontm-r spam. and llf'dT'O-f'ilI'lbtlIlS.
illlm rnenilwrsliip of tho fltlli is lnarlv up Ill'llllk'll'lly
ol' lvovst lint girls arv also t'llt'tllll'ZlfIPfl to Ioin.
llrtsitlcnloltln Elvin: Ioini-into . lottlius. lui lwttnt, is sltonn wmlizng --nc ot tln hm It-n tlus,
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R IQELW I ND ERS
This yearis Heelwintlers spent an enjoyable and
SllCl'l'SSlilll term furnishing help and assistance in
the clisplay ol' autlio-xicleo material.
Wfithout their help rallies and movie showings
lor the various organizations in the sehool would
not have been possible, not to mention the term plays
and the tlanirfe ClK'lJill'tIll0I1liS prorluelion, Holitlay in
limler the able lealciersllip ol' Mr. liernarcl Nliossi,
they learn about the operation ol' souncl uncl visual
equipment while obtaining mluablt- GXllCl4lClll'O uncl
meriting at lol of gootl lun.
Picture at the left, taken by Lzury Rosenberg.
president of the Clmerxi Club. illustrates thc
top quality worlx that the members of the Club
The abou- picture was taken by Larry Rosen-
berg. president of the Abraharn Lincoln Camera
Club, during Z1 clemonstration in his public speak-
ing Class. This shot is typical ol' the excellent work
Clone by the club.
HThe goal of the Camera Club is to take a per-
son who knows very little about photography antl
lflllfll him the techniques ol' photography. YllUVill'ClF
this enfl the Camera Club offers lessons in pivture
lillilllgf. tleveloping. and printing. to the inlerestml
students," Larry says.
liusily .rt wonlg l.:t right? are two
members of the RL'ClYNll1LlCIS Club.
At left. Brute lilglnlortl Lltliusts
gi ploieftor xxbile Al Wfilliguns, :it
right, splice Elm.
Shown is one of the many models that keep the members ol the Sailing Club interested during the term.
The Abraham Lincoln Sailing Club began with an
idea casually proposed over the lunch table. Since
that proposal in 1958 the Sailing Club has gained
thirty members and the distinction of being one of
the most active boys' groups in the school.
The club, sponsored by lVIr. Peter Walker, pro-
vides a chance for those boys interested in sailing
and boats to become acquainted and to gain knowl-
edge about boats and boat racing.
During the spring term, 1960, Henry Turkel
served as Commodore, Tom Purdue acted as vice
commodore, and Art Elvin was the club secretary-
GIRLS' DRILL TEA M
The spring term 1960, saw another activity intro-
duced into the GAA sports. Under the sponsorship
of Miss Lillian Logan, these hfteen members of the
girls' drill team practiced faithfully to bring honors
to our school in parade competition.
The girls compete in the WO1HCIl75 Drill Compe-
tition division while in parades. This year they
competed in the St. Patrick's Day Parade, the 9lst
Division Military Exhibition and the Santa Rosa
Drilled by Ted Tazeau and Isabel Tanzi, the out-
standing precision of these girls is to their credit.
Back wwf Isabelle Tanzi, capraing Marcia Spears, Judy Mzirshg Sandra Ycaryg 'Rosalind Patton: Erma. Eycrettg
Chefyl Smith: Annie Carman, guide-on. Front rauu' Nancy Fisher, Beth:-ne Harris, Elaine McGr1tl, Helen Smith, Bren-
dolyn Bell, Judy Kaufman.
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Cilnscly cnnnectctl xxxth thc wnrlg nt thc Rtnlin Club in the nexxly ern- Chus ix an inteluxting antl f.ut'inallng mrnu, cspttinllx' Xxhcn it is
plnyctl Systun nt' tcnthing fwxqiun lnignzxges. ln thii picture. Mx. Join' plglyccl hy l,1ncnln's Chess tllnlw mcnilaers. Hole, Mr. john Hulwlinnl
l.ude1'nii1n, lmnnmry nicnlher ul the Radn, Clnh. tlcmnnstr.ltc5 tht- ,ind Dale Hnrlrngxn .irc tlccply srigwswcl1ntl1L'i1'g.une.
new type ut reaching teflnnqnt-.
.-X.NlA'l'EL H RADIO t'l,l ll Ulilibw LLL!!
.Nluny ul' lhv Illl'II1lM'1'S of tht- Allltkilliilll Lincoln
fxlllillfxlll' lladin Cluh have tht-ir gem-ral livensfw
lrmn thc- Fvflm-ul COH1Ill1llllC'2lllOIlSCi0lIlIlllSSlflll.Tl1lS
limlnse- vnulilvs llltxlll in npvralv hum Tflflltli. Thin
ham l'z1rlinnpvl'alim1 lnalws lhv vlnlu a xviw' PK4'lliIl:
unfl lIIl1'l't'SllNQ 0110.
lilIflf'I' tht- spunsursliip nl' Dr. llunalfl filblfllbll.
the nu-mlwrs nf the 1-lnh lmw- rnzifle 1-miluvt with
many ulllvr hani upvralurs ilftlllllfl tht' wurlcl. in-
vlucling tlnnw in japan. Canada, Alaska. ancl Nmv
Jersey. Along wilh their ham razlin avtivitivs thc
lll8IlllJlfl'S of the 1-lulw hnilt an uvriul that would in-
crease the range of tht- raclio. K6SKS""'t'Olll4" in
please. . .
Open tu the mcmlwrs at lunthtnnc, Rnnrn 125 is often
the xrcnc nt' tense tlrgimn. In the pictnru bclww Mr, Huh-
lmrcl, sptmsor, is tlcnyinpg 11 lash glccnsttti-in tlmmwn hy
Lx clnh member: "l did not rnfwc that pawn l'
illhe lfhf-ss lilulr. lnsatlwl lry P11-sitlvllt lhiw Hull-
nian antl Niue l'11'?SlIlf'I1l Miko llarris. tnvl alnnwsl
I'X't"'l'f' fluy in morn 223 :luring filth IN'I'l0fl.
'l'ht- spmisur of the r'lnh. Nlr. .luhn lAllllllT2ll'd lm-lt
lllat tht- nnnsl l1lllI1HTOIlS2l1'lIXllX ul thc- -1-nn-slvr was
xslwn tha- !I7Ill'lllIl stall vmiw lu nikf- tlw pn-lim' lm'
lhc JIYIIVIIIII. unrl tlwrv ww- unly lltllll' nivnilwrs in
llw rnmn. 451- zllmwvl . . . lfqllzllly llIlllltll'0llS wvrv
llw pivtnrv svssiuns lhnl xwrv l'ZillSl'll hy a Im-k ull
l'll'll'l1'lN'y in one ul thv pl1olng1'a1plw1's. In-im-o lorth
lo l'HIIlillll illl0IlylllUllS. The Chess Chili was plwln-
grapliefl not olive-. not txsivfx hut tln-ve llllllxS.
The aciixitie-s of the vluln invlutlt- lmnns within
the t-lull. and niatvhes with nlln-r st-lnmlg.
'l'hc C-lllkllil unxnezpi uf th: jnnrnnl plnimgixlpliu tnnntlkthu xnuntwis
tlcep in uvricczitxxitnni. Stzzttcrctl .xlu-wut the morn .nc CQl1ll Sclnneitlt-1,
Duc Huffman. 5l.uwli.lll Rcctl. Mike lllrru, Mila- Ihwll. ,intl Run
imc' riierxilu-i'unl'll1u Entcrtnninent Clnlw. 'I'-my XYilli.nnS, xnuliwl g R434 liinl. pinning ,xml ,luc Uinl, iliummri,
,uv xli-mn pi-it-inning .ar Uni- nr thu mins Lincoln aptixitiu. rln- Hilltop limp.
l"Yl'lfli'l7XlNNll"Yl'lllil ll li-XNiil'1 1Il.l Il
'l'lii- l'iIllt'l'llllllllltjlll illulv ib niaulc up ul' smnnv ul' 'l'li4f Aliraliuiii liinvoln lligli Svlioul Dillll't' lflnlr
liiiivoliils lllLlSll,'illlf' annul ilruiiiulivailly lLlli'lllK'1l stu- was slurtvcl viglll years ago lay l.ini'nln's flann-
ililnls. 'llllvsv llll'lllflt5 singers. lllSll'llIllt'lIlilllSl!4. pan- l.eHl'll6l'. Nlrs. ivlUIlll'il Kvyes. Since lllal linw lllt'
lUIlllflllSlS. anrl vninvflians. 'llhv vlnlr pvrfm'ins TPQIII- vlulm has grown to twvnty strong. plus an llolmiiiry
larly all si-lnml fum-limis unfl al, l4!'llf'I'lllillI Jxfllll' incmlwr, .lunic funn lnflnnvsia.
lluspiizll. lfzivli ln-rnl Ilia llIl'llll16l'SUl.llll' cluli prcsm-nl 5l'lll1ll'
'flier vlulr, slunriisoiw-rl lux' Nlr. Altlllll Uuling: zinrl mv slums, clanve slums, zinfl plan lwzniqlieis ancl skating
ganizewl lwy lJilVf' Oaks and Nick Xiilalis. luis gainvrl parlivs. llnring llw spring these- avtivilivs w1'i'v lvfl
revognilioll for young tale-nt wl1vre'wl' and wl1c'1ww'1' lvy 'llanlzi flrlufl. Carol lluitcr, Sally Klaslilwurn. and
it pcrforrns. A4'llYPlllf'Illlll'l'S of llw 1-llllm in4'liifl0Rif'l1 Cyrillii Kuys. ln aflrlilinn lo ilu' uvtivilivs ulrvumly
Altinan, Sivw-l'iIls,'l'm1y Williams, ,lean x'ilSS01'Illilll, imentimu-cl. Ilia-so nllivf-rs plannc-rl tlim- lluy ,-Mui
Cam Xlalliifli. Hay llaul. 5l11'i'ry llvm-nrli Nil-k Xi- Danica XX nrkslmp. in uliivll all Buy ,Wren 5:-Imnls pan'-
lalis. and llaw Oaks. licipatecl.
Smile. girls. .ind pray tliu lwyx lmlnl un! Sliimn lx nnly unc of the trickv iniitinw
tried ini Hfffiilizy 1rfSqm1z1'l'i1lfij. l'.irt nt the xxliecl, klwilmiw, frnm lwtt-nn center
,iiuDi.1nc fflinuli, AnilyKs1'r, Tina Dresnher, Bob l.::wnn. liimniu Atkinsnn, Hugh
luiirifk, Nucl Nichelscn, and 'Ibm V.1lcntn.
Qiimxlullx pm- .ir rlic and nf tlicii mlm rnrxip. Srulik lnirn
l min! lu luck .nc Ciinl Ann, Stcplmnni- Rayrnuml. Lyiilla
l Kay. .ind Ella-ii Ruth
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Ia tl zo ffykx: Gary' Kane. Chad: Atlguns, Teil il'ftZCLlU, Hola Mtmq,
ou he in fkejgrmy ow
An outstanding lst. Zntl, and Iird year eatlel in
manual of arms nlovenients from eaeh battle group
seloeted to eompete against other entrants in
the manual ol' arms eompetition. Sinee the eadets
rarely' make a gross error yr hieh automatieally' elimi-
nates thorn. the judging ol' minute details forms the
proeess of elimination. The eommands are giyen
until there is reniaining one lst. Zncl. antl fircl year
eatlet. The outstanding earlets of Lineoln were lst
year. D. Barraclas: 2nd year. A. Norhlin: ffirrl year.
D. Hoffman. Cadet D. Hoffman plat-ed Znfl in the
An Honor School Aysard is given to the school
which has reeeiy erl the most points in the Professor
ol' Nlilitary' Seienees anti Taeties. lnspeetions. the
Wlilitaryf Test. and the Spring and Fall Rifle Matehes.
The 91st, Division Spring Competition Trophy' is
auarflecl to the school with the most points all told.
The winning hattle group has often sueeeetled in
eompiling more points than the other sehools. Judg-
ing is flillienlt and it is the minute details whieh tip
the seales lior the is inning sehool.
Un the Lincoln ROTC stall are Battle Group Com-
mander Lt. Col. llohert Menist, lfxeeutiye Ullieer Kla-
jor Gary' Kane, Acljutant Captain David lflollman,
Intelligence Oflieer Captain 'lied Taxeau. and Supply'
Ofifieer Lt. Charles Aclains.
lvnder this stall' is the tlrum eorps yyhieh has I2
members. Two hass-drums. live snares. eymlrals. hell
lyre, tyxo tenor tlrums and hugles eompose the flrum
eorps. Drum Corps Commantler Captain Phil
lirown and his group haye partieipatecl in Colum-
lwus' Day. St. Patrieliis Day. ancl Xeterans' Day par-
ades. ln the paratles they haxe lreen in, they haye
regularly' plaeecl first or seeoncl. For the past three
years the tlrurn eorps ol' Lineoln has held the title of
Northern California State Champions resulting from
the annual competition heltl in Santa llosa. Also
partieipating in the Santa llosa Festival paratle nas
the tlrill team nntler Captain rlletl Tazeau. Queen
Anne and l.aneers Drill Manual with rilles is the
speeialty' ol' the tlrill team. ln the eily' ratings. it
hohls thircl plaee.
The Reserve Ullicers Training Corps spring com-
petition was lirst, held in the year 1920. ln 1947 the
9lst Division and the 9l,st Infantry Division League
was held as a special event in Colden Gate Park. High
school interest expanded and in l957, the spring
competition was held in the Civie Auditorium to
make it possihle for the puhlic to attend. how in
1960. Mayor George Christopher declared April
l7-223 as ROTC-'Jlsl Division week. This marks the
14th annual spring competition between San Fran-
ciseois high school ROTC students for the drill pla-
toon. drill team, and individual manual of arms
The drill platoon is composed of twenty-nine
cadets. each selected for his ahility to exeeute with
precision and accuracy the movements of close order
drill as prescrihed hy Army Regulations. Certain
maneuvers are selected hy the olliee of the Professor
of Military Sciences, and tactics must he performed
inside a given area within a limited time. The pla-
toon is judged on drill, dress. manual of arms, ap-
pearance. platoon leader, and completion of pre-
The special drill team is a group of volunteer
cadets selected for their willingness, for extra effort.
and for skill achieved in disniount drill. The maneu-
vers are planned to stress the close coordination and
skill accomplished after many hours of extra train-
ing. Un Lincoln's drill team were T. Tezeau, D. Bar-
rades, C. Beatty. A. Belkin, P. Boxer, K. Miller, D.
Muggeridge, A. Norhlin, K. Rolls? D. Stewart, and
C. Swanson. Lint-olnis team plaeed 3rd in the
1 rff riglvi: Capt. Bailey, Sgt. 1"!4ti'lf'flDCl',fiL1Pl. Synolds
Shown is the Abrziliam Lincoln High School Color Ciuartl.
preparing In present the Hag.
Also seen in parades is the Lincoln Color Guard.
Another duty is the presentation of the flag at Lin-
coln school rallics. Since there are only four in the
Color Cuard, the menihers take turns in presenting
the flag. The memhers are Officer-in-Charge S.
Shawl, P. Boxer, B. Landman, H. Langfelder. H.
Nlagliocco, A. Norhlin. and K. Holls. The flags car-
ried are the flag of the Lnited States of America and
Lincoln's own school hanner.
Another group in the Lincoln ROTC is the riHe
team. Mernhers of the 'LAW rifle team are Captain D.
Sutherland, ,I. Holmes. ll. lVlenist. A. Mord. T. Taz-
eau, and N. Vironis. This team competed in hoth
Spring and Fall competition. and is rated second
in the city.
Once a year, Federal Inspection takes place. flach
school is inspected hy a General from the 6th Army
Division. Cleanliness of ROTC area, order of hooks
and supplies, completeness of uniform. and voice
volume are a few of the many things the ROTC stu-
dents are judged upon. A rating from superior to
unsatisfactory is given after the inspection. Lincoln
ROTC has never failed to pass Federal Inspectiong
a red star on each uniform signifies this.
The Lincoln ROTC spends much time and exerts
much effort to meet the high standards which the
A rmy inspectors set.
Left Iv righl: Boh Harris. Dick X7.lI1ClCIgYllT. Mike Young, John Felson, Allan McCl'ymontl, George Koerner, fllifl'
Sears, john Unger. Mike Springer. Phil Brown.
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For the editors of the l,incoln Log, Kathy Wieytnouth and Sue Holbrook, the school
day began this term at 7:00 a.m. At that time, bleary-eyed and helt-asleep, they stum-
bled into room I-521 and were greeted by the smiling face and booming voice of Mr.
Wralter Schniidt, the Log sponsor. Before he Could say Hliave you got the Copy?,' the
printer would arrix e, and the Log would go to press.
The job involved in putting out a paper docs not
rest only with the editors. One issue can involve as
many as Hfty people. There are the individual page
editors, who plan the Hlayouti' for the pages and
assign the stories for that page. There are the pho-
tographers. There are the salesmen. And, of course,
there are the actual reporters.
'Wi' There is another job involved with the paper+
advertising manager. This job is perhaps the hard-
est, by far the most discouraging, and one of the
most necessary. If not for lda Blanck, this termis
advertising manager, it is doubtful whether the Log
would have ever reached the hands of the students.
Also part of the journalism department is the
News Bureau, which provides local newspapers with
IDA LOUISE NANCK news about activities and events at Lincoln.
AdW"fff'1E'1ll41'ff'.H1"' Each term one edition of the Log is handled by
the beginning journalism class, under the direction
of Mr. Phillip Lum. All other issues are produced by
the advanced journalism students.
The Log staff constantly strives to bring the stu-
dents of Lincoln stories that they will enjoy more,
and also stories which will make them sit up and
look at the goings on at Lincoln.
Editor Sue Holbrook and Assistant Editor Ivan Temes.
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L'l59 . . . ISS . . . l57 . . . " So began the countdown of what in September seemed
to be an impossible task- Athe publication of the l960 lfozuzrfup. Wlho in the Journal-
ism class can forget the spirited controversy that accompanied the choice of cover
design and theme? Not to mention that bleak November day that found the stall'
members busily engaged in identifying and sorting over 700 senior pictures.
The real work began in September. when Editor Cam Mallick drew up a work-
ing "dummy", of the l6U-page book, cleverly planning it around the central theme
of HMusic." From here she started the Herculean task of filling these pages with pic-
tures, stories, and captions. Working with her in the Fall were Denise Plamenatz,
,loan Hertz, and Barbara Hurd and Sandi Daly, who handled the alphabetizing,
cutting, pasting, and identifying all of the low er division pictures.
In the Spring, increasing pressure and decreasing time brought a larger staff.
Barbara Madisoifs heroic efforts to write the Senior Section will long be remem-
bered. Robin Kaplan was frustrated as Activities Editor, making certain that all
phases of student activities received coverage in the book. Thanks to Paul Olsen for
his creative art work, found in the song titles and headlines throughout the hook.
Anita Nagel had many headaches as circulation manager, but not so many as Ida
Blanck, business manager of lnoth the Rlllllllillfll and the Log.
Last but far from least where would a yearbook be Without pictures ? This yearis
Rozmflup photographers were Tak Shibata, Larry Rosenberg, Paul Olsen, Jerry
Brenner. and Jerry Pelzner. Special thanks goes to the Art Department for Division
Spring Affinflnt Editor
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ancl pri-se-nu-rl ilu- Si-ninr ,linx. 'l'lu- Jinx. lu-lel nn
Xlay Zll, lflfill. lnnlx ilu- plan- nl' ilu- rm-gnlar 54-nini'
Slum: nnly sf-ninrs pa1'lic'il1alm-cl in llie slum.
'lilun rliri-c'linn uf llu- play was lianmllm-cl ln' lxarf-n
llfuulell. lligli I2 :lin-1'lni'. anfl lflliul Xlittlm-r. Inu
Tlu? Feninr lflass kc-lvl tlu- sm-Ming. ll2iII4'i'S. anul pal'-
lir-ilvanls se-on-1 in ZIIWIIIFP ilu- c-nrinsity nl' llu- Inns-1'
rlivision slncla-nls alul in niakm- llu- p4-rfnr1in11u'4- num-
Tlu- ilu-ine was "l H1-ilu-nilu-r NX hm-n a l'l'Il1ll1lSl'lIlg
over the Q-ve-nls of llw seniors' Iliff-6 years at l,in-
vnln. Tlierr- mere- mam' lfnnnorous sc-e-nu-S. invliuling
Don Bryant suvking a lollypop. .Inlin luwell lf-arn-
ing In flu ilu- Box Waltz. and Nom-l Nlll'llK'lSl'll znul
Hnnnim- Hnglu-s playinglinpsm-ot:-li in tlu-S1-luuvl yarrl.
Mrs. Nloliiva K6-yt-S, fl3lll'l' lllSll'll1'lUl' nl' Linn-nln.
r-nntrilnltc-fl lu-1' linu-. 1-lliorl. and palic-iu'G in lie-lping
ilu? slum to lu- a sur'1'c-ss. Sli? was nltc-n S1-1-n scurry-
ing lirmn mu- plum- lo anntlu-r uitli sm-ninrs lollnm-
ing and asking questions alumnl lllPll' ilillN'l'S.
The Senior Jinx will always lu- 1'PlllCIlllN'l'0ll ln
llunsa- uluu parlivipalecl and also lay ilumsi- sslua san
ll. It is EIIlUllN'I' IPM ilfflillgl Ililsjff ill llli' SPIll0l'S- lrtlihli 'l'11l4inQtirnc -,nr frnm Sunini Jinx rulicglixiil tn pi.-sz' f-ir c.ini:r.1 .lI'L'1KI!ll,lX.1!l:l,
or nlmnurics. .ind j-:lin Smplctfrn.
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C I l N1 lx Kms 1-rg li-annie Hughes .nul jay Dinmig.
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nnaintuin m'cle'r. r'x'erycn1e. men lln- young slnflvnls
f---'l'L1l'kPy 1' AIldl't'il Sl'l'lill.l'GI'tl, Inez lxlilfllyll Scllnei-
dvrl, lyrmlenre tlmsliv Al-ilI'l'llSl. uncl Vvriiy lliar-
lD3l'il Lzlrsonlfff--w0l'P suspevls. Une Ivy nnv thuy new
qLll'Sll0I1CIl almul, lllc- lHllI'Cl1'l' ol' lln' BLIIXJIIPSS Slivnm
lf'--HIS. Unis lBurlmura Nlaclisun P. lllfl R3I'0IN'SS- nlrl
servarll. Nvnvtia tlris 1X1'Ill0Sl. Ilw lia11c'Pc of lllv
l32lI'0ll1'S5. son. tlw Harml llllennis YlYlll'IlGI'Xl. Motllel'
Pevk lxuvl xlil'll6lS4lI1Ll flu- nnn who 'Wilglfifl a pri-
Yatv nur against, Ihr- Sl'l'gPilI1l. Nlulllvl' ljcagle Lln-
llilll Clvrslloi. llw lliglny. friemlly nnn. Mutller
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we Wemder of fhe mdfng
It all happened that crazy sunmzer when Frankie
was twelve. That was the szunmer, when, for a long
time, Frankie hadn't belonged to anything . . .
So begins Carson lVlcCuller7s searching story of
the tragedy and joy of growing up.
Wlihe Member of the Weddingl' takes place in the
deep South, in the summer of l945. That was a
strange summer for Frankie fRoberta Dixonl, for
suddenly, during that summer, she found something
that she could belong to. Berenice fArthurlene Gar-
trelll the Negro cook, Could not understand
Frankieas obsession to join with the wedding of her
brother, Jarvis fhlred Stonel and his bride, Janice
l'Kay Zimmermanl. And John Henry, Frankie's
eight-year-old cousin lliichard Blakel, paid little
or no attention to Frankiels problem, but continued
to alternately taunt her and comfort her.
Alone in her ulovew for the wedding, Frankie
tries to join with the wedding, but is stopped by her
father, Mr. Addams fArt Ruthenbeckl, and T. T.,
Berenice's boyfriend Hack Josephl. Seeing that all
hope is gone, Frankie, pistol and suitcase in hand,
runs away into a dark, stormy night.
Other members of the May 6 production were
Honey 1,Tony Williarrlsj, l3erenice's restless foster
hrotherg Mrs. West fBonnie Atkinsonl, John Hen-
ry's mother, Sally Nlashburn and Sandy Oppen-
heim as Doris and Helen.
lmxidsrs frum the Arctic? Hardly. Rather, Linculii girl: dressed as pun
to he part of the Shim' Scene in Ilfilidrrj in .Yqfmzr Vilflm-.
ode! y in
HMV N6 faq
Lllfllfg at rhe- Hillwp Hop, l.iiic-ilnk riovclirirgc all-xcliiml rlgincc
mill rally were ciitcrtgiiiirll hx' 1l grivuiv ul pillowiQ1scS?
Amlx' Kerr helps Diziiic Chiirrli xiith Ya stuhlmrn sluts Lifter the ml
lcgizwtc SDUV dance, .1 highlight wt Irlfflldilvi 111 Sqmm Vrzfliy.
High Seniors wiitcli thcii lust rgilly xx ith wiilbiiiul feelings of cxlitumciit rind sadness, xxhile Lim' Sciiiivrx 4xiixiimwl5
ziwuitul thc will of the rally. NN hen they rukc their planes 1l9fl'lf: si'lmul's lcxldcrs.
'lihe IUOU version of the Ahrahain Lincoln varsity
haskethall team. coached hyviiill Ryan, surprised the
league hy coming within a few seconds of taking the
Aeademic Athletic: Association championship. After
finishing the league season in fourth place. the Mus-
tangs upset Poly in the lirst playotl' game only to
lose to Sacred Heart in the final.
The playoff victory over Poly must he rated as
the high point of the season. 'lihe Mustangs had been
heaten hy Poly during the league season and entered
the game as the underdog. The Mustangs out-hustled
the taller Parrots and Came from behind to win U12-
ll on a layup hy forward Don Bryant. lt was the
tirst x arsity haskethall win oyer Poly in recent years.
ln the championship contest: with Sacred Heart.
the Mustangs suffered a hearthreaking loss. After
huilding a ten point halftime lead. the Links fought
oil' an lrish eomehack only to lose on a last second
desperation shot. Although they led hy lifteen points
at one time, the 'Mustangs couldnt hit at the free
throw' line and lost 39-33.
Despite the seasonis disappointing climax. the
hlustangs did hetter than expected. Lincoln started
the year with an exceptionally strong squad. hut ,lost
three iirst stringers at mid-term graduation.
At the seasonis start the lirst string was Dennis
Lewis and Rich Mereurio. guardsg Hon Fineherg and
Tom Valento, forwardsg and Glen Wlold. center.
Lewis was unanimous All-City choice in l959 and
was the league's top player until graduation at mid-
term 1960. Meeurio played the full year and was the
l.CilIIl,H floor leader forthe last halt' of the season. Ron
Fineherg. the third highest seorer in the league in
l959, couldnit hit his former stride, hut he added
scoring punch until he graduated at mid-term. Glen
Wlold and Tom Yalento, hoth 6-5, were the teamis
big men. Yalento, another mid-term graduate, added
experience and rehounding strength despite a pre-
season injury. Center Clen Wlold played the entire
season and was the hflustangs' hest rehounder. Vlfold,
along with guard llicll llflecurio, made the seeond
string All-City team.
Lineoln opened the league season with an easy
'LT-Ill Victory over Mission. lion Fineherg led the
way, scoring 17 points. ln the second contest of the
season. however. the Mustangs were upset hy a torrid
shooting Sacred Heart quintet. The lrish eouldn't
miss during the first half as they stunned Lineoln
and rolled up a hfteen point halftime lead. The Mus-
tangs lought hack in the second hall' and narrowed
ACQTION l3l'RliXCi 'IVHE POIY CQAML At left. Rich Mcrturio tlltt shoots .I jump shot oxei l'oly's Ken Jgtranitllo
ltr, Poles john Neal and l.intoln's Denny Lewis loolg on. At right. I,incoln's Tom Vtilento reatlies in yarn utter
1 Poly shot that stored. Nike Statstrom tt tl waits to put thc hall in play. If l l St.
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THE VARSITY BASKE'I'BAl.I. TEAM
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lx-mb:-lu. liwvfw Axluxu-idx.
HICvHl.lC,1H'l5 OV 'IME l,IYCIOLX-XX'ASHINCYI'ON C1UN'I'ifST Mustang Mike Sufxtmnx 4'p1Lru1u1:ll Icftl umm
.lx lm dunes mst the Lnglm' Tun Grady fu-xucll and lid Gnlmdu. At right. linwlxxk Digk Xmtrngmn puts .1 tight X
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won, C-unl: ml
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1-losing glzunvs nf lln' svnsmi. 'liliv Cults llIllSll4'fl lililli l
in ilu- AAA standings uilll ai linal rm'm'cl ul' llm-e ,
xx ins unri live lussvs.
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flmsn lu the llllal uun unli in lim' ln inn
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their next lim vmilvstw us llltf' sqiivulwml lay l,mwll
and 5zn'rn-fl H1-url. l.inc'uln's finvst vllnrl uf llw f'l'ilI'
mum' against Poli. 'flu' lIIlflPl'fllIQ l,inuiln fixv Imuk
llic l,ar1'n1s inlr: mvrlirm- lrelinw- losing nn Pulp'
li-ve llnwm F.
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lln- lmullwn uann' uns ilu' llII'IllIlQ Inrllll nl lln-
SUHSIIII. llw Links lusl In ai strung llullmiui lvann anrl
in-11' Xll'llIilllX Pllllllllillvfl Irwin plzuufl vmilvlillmi.
Ihe Malls lmxwcl lu ll'ilEIlll' vlnuliimni XXElSlllllQjlHll
unml 51. lgnzxlinf lu 1-nil lln- wusmi.
lg2ll'l'liiy Nlnsswy nnil jnlni .lm-Ulm
l4'illllN tmp fr'm'f-rs. Xlalfsvy new vlniw
in uc-rv ills'
n as Nm-cwnnl
Coaeh Will Ryan and his assistant jim Dunn,
lieldecl one of the most sureessllul Lincoln l2l'l's
teams in reeent years. lied liy All-City seleetion Boll
Kennedy. the .Nlustangs won six games while losing
two, lioth in overtime. Had they lieen alile to win
one ol' these oyertime setbaeks, against either Saint
lgnatius or tfalileo. tht- lltl s would haye lieen Art,-X
The Nlustangs started out strong with a triple
oxertime vietory against Washington, who went ou
to take the AAA crown. 'llhey followed with Yie-
tories over Lowell, Balboa, and Mission. 'llhe sea-
son closed with a loss to Galileo. yietories over Sa-
ered lleart and Poly, and a heartbreaking overtime
loss to Saint Ignatius.
The starting lineup was Captain Dennis Daniels
and Holm Kennedy at guards, Bruce Mattox and Cris
Smith at forwards, and Jim Briseoe at center. ,Ken-
nedy, Daniels, and Smith were the leading scorers.
while lllattox, Briscoe, and substitute lfarl Belt were
the strong l'0lJ0llltflPl'S.
ilu liennt-tly' tt: tttteinpts to hlotlt .t shot math- by ont ol tht' rxieiiilwis ol the yisiting thtlileo
term. ,ftnotlier lantoln gylartr in the lxttlaitngiitl till ry Dennis Daniels. Ihe hfustangi won the
lui, liy ,t tolttty1It.ilitLtiriigtia.
lllhe Mustangs this year oeeu-
pied a second plaee lmerth until
their meeting: with Saint lgna-
tius in w liirh that game was lost
hy one point. lfyen though the
easalia handlers toolx a liual
third plaee, the eoaehing stall'
has high hopes for a sueeesslul
SPHSUH N llt'Il llltx llUy5 Nllll
played lior the l2ll team gradu-
ate to the yarsity team.
the teams lug source ol
points was Holi lieimetly who
took the only All-tiity title on
the entire team. Holi, who plays
the position of guard expeets to
play' llor the yarsity team next
year and will undoulitetlly lie an
important spark plug.
This year the Ztlis squad was
plagued hy an overall shortness
of the players and therefore. re-
hounds were not frequent by the
Mustangs. The team oyereame
this handicap by their tremend-
ous shootingz ability.
lir'iu'4'M.1ttox, ponitilm to lux liglit, :tml Jim XY'.1lstl1, Qtatntling in tlnc In L u x L
fun uliirtlt-si Linlu in tliix yiftuzc.
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The starting lineup for the Mustangs' 112 tcznn,
1-out-liecl lry Nlr. Ryan was the following: Bill Lull-
wigson and Cary Bloggvt lLQl1H1'ClSil, Dave Castalino
lk1'0llf6I'l, ancl Bill AllilPl'SlJIl and l,z1r1'y nlaylwallilll
ll'0I'Wdl'flS P .
'Ill1el-inks lbfjliill with ix good p1'a1-tire SPHSUII owr-
voniing tho losses witli eigllt wins. lllllf' outlook was
gfoocl for the rc-gtilar se-arson lnut the talilvs turned giv-
ing tlie Links two wins and lossvs to the Sun
lllany ol' tllis seasonls players am- 4-xpet-tml to go
up to tliv IZU toani next watson xxliirli niakes ciULl1'll
llyun YPry llilIPIlY. Mr. llyan be-lie-ws tlw team tliml
xwll in spilt' ol' tlleir sniallnvss and luvlx of relronnxl-
ing aliilitv. 'lllw twain plalvvcl llartl anrl was wt-ll
t'HilI'l1PClillltl tllut is tliv main thing lluit vounts in tlu-
'l'l1e tvzun vontainefl ont- All-City lllilll. Bill liuml-
uigson. xxllo was axsalwlvfl tliri lionor lwcuilsf- ol luf
clvuflly Pye- on tln' vourtw.
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Dennv Lewis. Star liitlfluiik for the
Links this season. poses his running
form that gave him an All-City title
Lincoln's varsity foothallers reached their peak
early in the l959 campaign hut they failed to main-
tain their streak throughout the year in a spirited hid
for an Academic Athletic Association gridiron
Their favorahle 6-2 niark hrought the Links a
third-place round-robin finish behind Saint lgnatius
and Lowell, hut the lVlustangs couldnlt overcome a
Hred-up Lowell eleven in the senli-finals, losing
Polytechnic and Saint lgnatius had to share the
football title. The latter went undefeated in round-
rohin play only to he humiliated, 35-6. hy the Par-
rots in the playoffs. Poly then went on to edge
Lowell, 26-l9, on Thanksgiving Day.
emoriefi re mule of jdifi
The season proved one of great thrills through-
out, whether it was Dennis Lewis faking a trio of
onrushing tacklers out of their shoes, scatlnack Bill
Litchheld streaking through the line like a flash of
lightning, or the great line play anchored by such
worthies as tackles Mike Kasper, John Lovell, and
George Koniaras: guards Dave llettig and Steve
Notter, and center Wiillis Lovell. A trio of glue-
lingered ends, Mike Peterson, Rich Condon, and Don
Bryant. stole the spotlight on many oc-easions. lion
D'Aloisio showed flashes ol' hrillianre at fullback
after first-stringcr Chuck Uushani was forced to the
sidelines with a hroken ankle. A duo of signal-call-
ers, Craig Schwartz and Hay DeMartini, always
gave their hest, and Rick Clatt was always reliahle
in his place-kicking chores. The top reserves in-
cluded Cal ltothinan, Barry Rogofli. Ed Nlusante.
lion Yank, and Chuck Krieger.
To attest to their top individual skill as well as
teamwork. eight of the Seh ldassanisi-coached Links
In the Bell Gantt' Ron D'Aloisio has just caught .1 pass and is receiving blocks on the field from Mike Kasper, john
Lovell, Dave Hettig, and Steve Yotter.
Sillmg, left to right: Chuck Krieger. Ray Dc Martini, Tony Caxagnaro, Mike XVeisgcrber, Pat Lewis, Ron Yank. Elliot Mittler. Bud Martin, Ed Mu-
Sante, Mark Lillie. Craig Schwartz. K'!lt'L'1jPIg.' Bob Andrini, Mike Casper. Rich Clatt. George Koniaras, Bob Kuenigs, Bill Litchtield. Harxev Mittler,
BLIVVY Rogofl, Daw Plowman. jack XVoodlanCl. Rich Condon. Fred Fillli.SlilfliflfllljijUlll'lil.i1XEll. Mike Peterson, Don Bryant. Cal Rothman. Stew
Yottur, Ron l3'Alosio, Steve Hardy, Wfillis Lovell, Chuck Oushani, Coach Sc-lwPassanisi,
were plaza-d on one or the other of the All-City
teams at the conclusion of the season.
The Hilltoppers opened their season like a ball of
fire by galloping off to hve consecutive victories.
The Lions of Galileo were druhbed ESI-18 in the
opener and the Links followed this up with a hard-
foughl triumph over Nlission. The highlight of the
season was next on the agenda. the thrilling, first-
ever win over Poly. 20-lfi. Consecutive shutouts
were next. a 27-ll trouncing of Sacred Heart and
the traditional Bell Game victory7 28-0, over Wasil-
inglon. The overconfident Links were looking the
wrong w ay against Lowell and dropped a tough l5-
A win over Saint lgnatius was a NIIIUSIN if a title
was to he had, hut the Mustangs couldnit pull il
out of the tire. losing another heart-hreaker. l9-l I.
Don Bryant, who played tirst string
end this year tor the Mustangs. poses
for the jfmrmll camera.
The regular season was topped off with a Zl-T de-
cision over scrappy lialhoa hut the disastrous play-
ofl' loss to Lowell was to follow.
PLA YOF FS--LOW ELL lilsl ,IN COLVX 0
ln the seniis Lincoln attempted to avenge an
earlier l5-0 loss to the lndians in regular season
play. Throughout the tilt hoth defenses waged a tre-
mendous hattle, hut Lowell got the hetter of the
breaks to win l3-0.
The squads battled to a standoff in the initial half
with Lowell unahle to penetrate past their foe's 'll-
vard line. Tw ice the Links drove deep into hostile
country only to have drives thwarted. Both Indian
scores were on pass plays from quarterhaek Joe
Alvarez, the first a l5-yarder to Bill Carter and the
finale an ll-yard scoring play to end ,lere Driscoll.
Denny Lewis carries the ball for the Links while getting protettion from 'lark XVoodland and
Mike Kasper. partially hidden, in their game against bt. Ignatius.
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Thirteen isn't an unlucky number in this lineup. Standing, left to right: Denny Lewis, Ray DeMartini, Craig Schwartz,
Ron D'Alosio, and Bill Litchfield. In the line, left to right, Don Bryant, Rich Condon, John Lovell, Steve Yorter,
George Koniaras, Dave Hettig. Mike Kasper, and Mike Peterson.
Rich Condon, who plays
end for the Links, shows
how the hall should be
gripped, while the three
smiling men below cz1n't get
their eyes off the camera:
left to right, Bill Litch-
Held, john Lovell, and
LINCOLN 20-POLY 13
It will he a long time hefore Lincoln receives as
big a thrill as it did on Octoher lel-, l959. It was then
that they received their first-ever win over Poly, a
heart-stopping 20-13 verdict.
The Links put on a devastating ground attack led
hy Denny Lewis, l23 yards rushing. The outstand-
ing Mustang line allowed the Parrots to run off hut
one play in the opening l5 minutes. Lewis accounted
for two scores while Bill Litchlield pushed across
the third. Poly tallied on a spectacular 96-yard
kickoff return hy Romulo Ruelos and a 22-yard
fourth-quarter pass play. Chuck Oushani and Craig
Schwartz also turned in some fine plays for Lincoln.
LINCOLN 28f-YYASHIBCTON 0
The Bell remained at Lincoln for another year as
the Mustangs completely outelassed their foes from
across the Park hy scoring three times in the ini-
tial 5:l5 of action cn route to a 28-O victory.
Denny Lewis M35 swings around right end as Mike Peterson 1843 blocks out opposing player, and Mike Kasper
1761, heads over to give more uasrstzxnce,
After l,itr'hfield had opened the scoring on a 12-
yard hurst. Lincoln guard Steve Yotter completely
stole the show. The hig Link guard outdid even a
linernan's dream as he pic-lied off the loose pigsliin
twice and rarnhled oil on a pair of 40-yard scoring
excursions. Hon l'YAloisio tallied the finale from
three yards out. Again it was LlIlC0ll'l7S Hue defensive
line which held the Eagles in check.
Gcorue Koniarai poses for the 'Link czxrnurzl in ci position that iS enough
to Sutra any opposing playcrw lnllf out uffl1Ci1' Witi,
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LINCOLN' Qlf '---' B ALBUA 7
ln the Hnal round-robin tilt, Lincoln came from
hehind to defeat stuhhorn Balboa, 21-7. Denny
Lewis scored on a one-yard sweep, 00 yard punt rc-
turn, and heaxed a 27-yard storing toss to Don
Bryant. Fulllmaffk D7Aloisio ate up ll.2 yards on the
Ron Yank, with the lull, runs around right end after receiving pass
from Craig Schwartz itll, Blocking for Ron is Bill Litclincld 4223
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OF THE PAGEANT
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Craig Schwartz. first string qunrterb11Ck.,iS ahnkcn up during tha
QLIHIC .mmf lNlUCCIYII1g .l551Sf1IIICCifI'UIHfhC tuzlm dmtm
I.eft to right at Bell Game----Seb Passnnisi. Don Bryant, Chuck Oushani, Denny
Lewis, and Mike XY'cissbcrger.
i Denny Lewis seems tn be in trouble with this Sacred Heart mlm Tm, Shim uf the Luwsll mme show the action durin
turning straight hir him. Denny -wcrczxine the pmlslcm iw running the First lmlf and the players lifter being defeated lu
around the msn, the Indians.
Fruin left tu right are three members ut the Iinuuln football sqtmdz Mark Kocnigs. John Smpletrm, :md Run Yank.
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EI.I.IOT MITTLER RAY JQMARTINI HARVEY MITTLER
BARRY ROGOFF CHUCK KRIECQER RICH CLATT
MARK LILLIE CAL ROTHMAN ED MUSANTB
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM I959
Brown, J, Brunswig, F.
Hamblinq K Daniloff, N.
Ha,-dwif-ks H. Domeniclini, li.
.lohnson. K. LUVIH- F-
Olson, B. NlcAr11ay.R-
Young, H. YUUHIR F-
Hayward, R. Ymmfi- O-
Gliards, , Danish. D.
Hanley, ill. D,O AI . T
Murray, .l. "ml, '
,IIIlE'llSCll, .I .
Centers Rc-ntz, .l.
Ricci, B. Shannon. G.
Hieschel, D. Strawn, K.
Coach of the junior varsity team, Phil Gelrirrli, poses whilc
he looks ovcr scrimmagc that his boys are participating in.
After the first win over Lowell High School it
appeared as if Lincoln High would have another
championship ,l.V. team. To everyhodyis disappoint-
ment the only other win by the team was that over
Balboa High School. Lincoln fielded a rough and
rugged team featuring John Murray, who took the
Junior Varsity Trophy at Lincolnis renowned
The team was introduced to a new coach this
yearfljhil Gelardi. Mr. Gelardi has had many years
of experience in the area of football and sincerely
believes that many of his uboysw will be supporting
the varsity team next year in their bid for the city
Other outstanding team members who are sure to
be seen next year are ,loel Cohen, Frank Lucia, Mar-
ty Rawlings. Fred Yotter, and Don Rieschel.
Coach Celardi was a new figure on tl1e Lincoln
football turf last spring and since then he has gained
the admiration and respect of all the sports partici-
pating boys in the seventh period classes. Coach
Celardiis assignment was the IN. team which he
managed with perfect coaching and experience
which he received in previous colleges of his school
Mr. Gilardi has a brilliant future in the Physical
Education Department because of the way he can
handle the players of the teams. Besides coaching
the ,l.V. team, he helped Mr. Passanisi and Mr.
Presley with the varsity and frosh soph teams.
In the soph frosh game against Sacred Heart, john Berglund, yy ith ball. slips around end to
Despite a poor won-lost record. Coach Ross Pres-
ley's sophomore football team had a successful year.
Although they were naturally inexperienced, the
Colts played well over most of the season and dis-
played teamwork unusual for an inexperienced team.
The soph team won two contests while losing five,
although several of their defeats were by a narrow
margin. They lost their first outing of the season to
Lowell in what turned out to be their Worst per-
formance of the year. This was natural since many
of the sophs had never played organized football be-
fore. The Colts then lost to Poly. 20-l-lg beat Wiash-
ington, 6-09 lost to St. Ignatius, l-l-l2g beat Sacred
Heart, 26-0: and ended the season by losing to Bal-
boa and Riordan.
The Colts' best-played games of the season were
their losses to Poly and St. lgnatius, according to
Coach Presley. Although the win over Wiashington
was satisfying, the team played better football
against the local powerhouses.
There was no single standout on the team. but the
Colts were sparked by several solid First stringers.
The backheld posts were manned by quarterback
liob Moore, halfbacks Norm Kirby and John Berg-
lancl. and fullback Jim Cois. Dave Conn ay and
Mark Lovell were among the best linemen.
Coach Presley remarked that this team had un-
usually high spirit and morale. He said they worked
well as a team and were a credit to the school.
make n touchdown.
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Coach Presley, who coached the soph frosh
team for the first tune, shows
brought his team on to so m
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Ilm wiccr tum- Ixvfllniu. lclt ti- rigln: R. i.i1rClem. M.i1qu,1rt, T.. Shultz, P. F.ll.3l'll0. J. Harris, I., Feld. G. Hur-
liii. K, St-Splicii. If. Muquez, P. l'l.iixsun. 'Imp ffm .' Crnuli H, Cfliristuriscri. Al Oiyglllc, R. Rupgrmni. Ed Miirqiiu.
ll, XY':1tyi-ii. S, Salu-pplw, j. Biillmk, D. Niki, XY". Sihillings, j. Cfgintgin, R. Cfislicn, j. Mclfnilcii.
It was ri disappniilliug yc-ar fur tl4l2i1'll Hurwy
t,llI!'lFlPl1SUll,S sowvi' lvam. Puleiiliaxlly,
ln-st l.im'uln S1N'1.'4'l'tPilIll in years, lvut it
the loss uf Captain Holi Keysai' and
seycnlli place with a 1'Pl'Ol'fl ol' om' win,
live lussos. livysar, tlw tl'illll.S leading
out ol' ilf.'llH1l must of llie si-asmm flllll in
ililw Nluslangs ywre a lie-lte1'tva111 than
il was this
was hurl lay
one tie. and
imliralcs. Tlu-y playm-cl ilu-ir lmesl games mu-ly in
ilw svason against, Nlissiml and llullnou. ilu' ll'ilQIlll'
lNlXYQ'l'll0llSPS. xllllmiigli losing lmtll vmilvsls ln vlosv
si'o1'e's. lliv spiritml LlIli'Olll lmuli-1's slimyflcl vxvvllelil
spvecl and Cll'lll"IlSlY6 play. 'lihf' loim Limfoln yivlory
3:3 H555 Q .Isl M .i
1 - - f 1
ul the yvar' vamc against Poly. llie Nluslangs wmv
also able to llolfl il strong Galileo learn to a iii: Kftvr
a tough early svuson svlicfliilc-, the Mustangs lust to
Lowell, xXvi1Sl1lIlgtOIl. aml Sl. Ignatius.
Uiltstamcling players inf-lmlvfl llalpli C01'dCl'O and
Gary Berlin. llalflizlvksz and Len Felcl. forwarrl.
Utllel' rvgillars were Ki-n Str-flew. Rnlmrt Hugcrimi.
Xavier Marquez. aml Xvfllfgilllg Svliilling. fO1'WHI'1'lSQ
,lvrry Harris. Pllil lfvlarclo. and liarry SI'llllllZ, full-
lwavlxs: aml ,lulin KPllllf', goulkeqwr. At ilu- clusv Ol'
the season. Ralph CU1'Clt"l'U and Bull Kvysui' wmv
vliusen the mosi yalualnlv players.
GI RLS' TRACK TEAM
Under the direction of Miss June Bellew ol' the
Physical Education Department, Lincolnis girls
track team raced its way to victory in April. The
members, Kennie Lee Hart, Ellnerlee Morgan, and
Johnnie Wfard, traveled to Chicago for the Na-
tional WOIIIGIIHS Indoor Track Championship
during Easter week, although the fourth mem-
her, Arthurlene Cartrell, was unable to attend.
The girls raced well without her, however, and
placed highly in several events. Kennic Lee, who
has the fastest time for the NVOIIICIIVS 75-yard dash
in the nation, took fourth place in the 100-yard
sprint and third place in the 50-, 220-, and 440-
yard dashes. Johnnie also raced well, placing
third in the 880, and lflnierlee placed fourth in
the 220-yard dash.
The Easter week events, although exciting, are
only a prelude of events to follow. The Physical
lfducation Department sponsored the movies
shown to the student hody during the lunch pe-
riods in order to raise the funds necessary to
send the girls to Corpus Christi. Texas, for the
outdoor championships in July. A week later the
girls will attend the Olympic tryouts in Abilene
and possihly be a part of the Olympics in Rome.
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trell, and Johnnie Xvard.
Elmerlcc and Kennie Lee demonstrate running form.
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his yy incl. spvvcl. mill t'Ilfltll'ilIIt'f?. l.int'uln lligl15vl14ml
ullers truss 4'oullt1'y as il tmmi sport in the llall shm-
Tlw vrtrss Vttlllllfy team is cliylflecl into three' sep-
arate' l6'itlI1S. SOIllltlIll0l'P. junior yarsity. zmcl yarsity.
vavll t-mwht-tl by Wfilliam Ollhf-cl'0. This svason Pauli
of the tlirev tmuns was very lntbllllllillf' to win lirst
plate in tht- All-City Nlevt.
'Illw SUHSUII lic-gall with dual meets against schools
uliif-li arf' ltIPll1l5PI'S ol' tht- :M'aflm'1l1i4' ,-Xtlllvtiv Asso-
viatimi. 'llllv lirst mewt was against Sl. lgllltllllts which
uv lust hy tt small niargin. Htmewr. tlespittl this
lirst lailurc mf mm eu-ry utlwr llwvt. lu vumpeti-
tion. teams. ratlu-r than incliyiduaxls. min.
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Un XOYt"tIllM'I' 15 mul ltr. l939. tlw .flll-City Met-t
was hrfltl in ythit-lm l4lIlt'1Illl plalvml lirst. 'lille anarrl
nas at llltgtx trophy syhivli t'Lll1 ht- St't'Il in our tmphy
The vuurse run hy the vross t'0llIlll'f' lt'lll11 is in
Ctplflen Gate llark hy 5l1PlJllCl'il.S Mezlflou. Fm' l.9
mill-s the lmys run uphill. tlmxnllill, lllftlllgll grass.
saml, and il numlwr ol ulwstavlt-s.
The tmp svwiuig mcmlnvrs ut' tht- te-41111 this year
mire- ,lusv Xallv. who pluwvcl set-uncl in :Xll-City:
Nlilw Cihezut. who plavml thircl in All-City: and He-rl,
l,fllltT1'. who pluvecl fifth. l.im-mln is wry lurtunatv
that thvscl lmys will he harlx next seliwstelp for an-
ntlwr All-City min is f'xpet'tt'd.
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in the polo vault: llei-lm Marshall and John Pang-
hurn in thi- hurdle-s: l"r-tink Sawlla. .lim Bar-liwata.
and Mel Lammers in the 2530: 'l'm1y Bright and Mel
Roach in the 660. lflliott Nlittlvr and l7rar1k Edwards
in the shot put: and He-rlv Potter and Dave BI'6IllII19l'
in the 1320.
l,lIl4'OlI1 had sexeral l'E'L'UI'll smaisllvrs. llaiigliurii
ln-like the low hurdle 1-Pc-or-cl. Marshall equalled his
own high hurdles ren-orfl. and Nm-in Kirby, compet-
ing for the l20's. sf-t ei new mark in the low hurclles.
Mol Iniiiimcrs, tityk mp Sill mgiu. :Lum tr- Urmincirig win in Sl meer,
'llhv Mustang varsity nas deplete-cl to give thi-
lilllls streught. hut sew-ral 1-mnpvtitors fart-cl well.
Mike Ciln-au got points in tht- 85-ill. and Pat lim-wis
took at plam-ef in the clisc-us throw.
'l'hc- 120 exponent lc-um liuishecl lluurth, with
Wayne EiClWdl'flS. Hurry llaiiapol, and Steve- Pimier
Taft: Glen XY'old, Phil Bright. Mikt- Hullirid, limb Simliw, .UIJJIL-.' Cflmclc llrggutt, Alxin Turrivsr, llwh Butler,
Run Pmtsr, Hw1fm1.' Bill Griusg, Str-xc Primer. Nwrm Kirly. Dennis Cirmlr, Barry-Ga1i.1pol.
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM
Standing fleft to rightl: Tony Varclla, Coach Harvey Christensen, Bruce Usher. tired Neulwcrt, Brad Rothhack,
Mark Zimmerman, Mike Stafstroin, Dine Priuchetta, john Noren. Ed Beckwith, Craig Srliwartz. Larry' Scott. John
I.oell. 5't'a1ud.' Dave Plowman. Bill Stanlev, Byron Nelson, Phil Van Tassel, Stan liippas, Cigny Marble, Date
Sthleppler, jerry McCgirtliy, laik Fox. I 4
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The l90tl Mustang hasehall team was one of the
most talented l.incoln squads in recent years. lfnder
Coach Harvey Christensen. Lincoln capitalized on
good pitching and enemy errors to win more than
its share of games.
Although the Mustangs lost four of' their first eight
games. the were hadly heaten only once. ln the open-
ing game of' the season, Sacred Heart downed the
l,inks ll-5. This was the only time the Mustangs
were involved in a uno-contest" aflair.
The Mustangs lost their second contest hy a score
of' 2-1 to Poly, despite a fine pitching performance
hy Marty Laughman. St. Ignatius also squeezed hy
the Hilltoppers hy a score of 2-l. The other Lincoln
loss carrie at the hands of the lialhoa Buccaneers. The
Bucs put two runs across in the eighth inning to
win a lf-2 decision in extra innings.
Lincoln countered their losses with wins over
arch-rixal lVashington. Mission. Lowell. and Gali-
ff.. aff gm...
leo. The Vtfashington game was a wild lU-9 walkfest
which was halted by darkness after five innings of
play. The Mission game was marked hy outstanding
pitching, as Laughnian threw a two hitter.
Things looked up as Lincoln entered the second
half of the sixteen game season. To the surprise of
everyone, the Mustangs topped the previously un-
heaten and heavily favored lrish of Sacred Heart hy
a score of 5-3. Lincoln took advantage of a wild
lrish pitcher and scored five runs in the hrst two in-
nings of play. Laughman held off a late inning rally
hy the lrish to get credit for the win, as the Mus-
tangs reversed a previous defeat in a Hue team effort.
The Mustangs followed the triumph over Sacred
Heart hy heating Poly 3-0. thus reversing another
Lincoln featured a well halanced attack and con-
sistent helding. l'hil Yan Tassel and Dave Princhetta
shared the catching chores. ljrinchetta was an excel-
lent fielding catcher, while Van Tassel improved
tremendously over the course of the season and he-
came a steady hitter.
Lincoln had a hue defensive infield with Ed Beck-
with at Hrst hase, Cary lVlarhle at second, Craig
Schwartz and Jerry lX'lcCarthy alternating at short-
stop. and Fred Neuherl at third. lVlarhle. a consistant
power hitter with a .300 plus average. was a more
than competent fielder and one of the hest second
hasemen in the league. Neuhert, Beckwith, and Sch-
wartz. all under classtnen. provided fielding as well
as halting strength. Mcflarthy provided utility
strength and clutch hitting.
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Mcmhers of the fencing team from left to right are Pat Holt. Kay Vztnderforrl. Sue Hollaroolg, Nori Keslon, George
Nagel, Bruce Melnne, captain, and Mike Tyrell.
Touche is the cry that is heard outside the girls'
gym. No, this isnit a hattle cry. lt's the cry of a
fencer who has just touched his opponent with a
foil. Youill hear this and other sounds when you
watch the fencing team which meets every Thurs-
day and Friday after school in the girls' gym.
Mr. Wlilliam Coleman, the coach ofthe team, who
has won many honors in fencing competition and
who has introduced fencing to other schools in the
city. gives individual lessons to the members of the
team. While the private lessons are going on, the
other members of the class practice dueling each
The team travels to all the Bay Area colleges for
competition. The highlight of the season is the com-
petition for the perpetual trophy lxetween Lincoln
and Balboa. liach year lroth schools display their
fencing skill to determine who shall win the tro-
Calling all young men with their eye on a brilliant
political careerl Sign up for golfl Six young presi-
dential hopefuls produced hy Lincoln this year were
Bruce Hubley, Bob liewon, Bill Vifilliarns, Bill Baker,
Rick Clatt, and Herhert Atwater. S0 girls, get their
autographs while you can, for who knows, once they
get into office, those summit meetings will take up
all their time. These young men will owe their drive
to their coach, lVlr. Will Ryan. who has started
many of our males on the long road to the joys of
the sport of retired lrusinessmen, crooners, presi-
dents, and Bob Hopes.
During the golfing season. seven matches were
played, one each week, at l.incoln Park Golf Course.
Borrowed from the files ofthe Lim 51111 Lug. the picture below demon-
strates thc golhng ability ot thc golf tearirs honorary members. Mr.
lilmcr Danielson and Mr. Wfcndell Lathrop.
phy, which is an authentic rapier that was used in
the l9th century.
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" -':: ' -t 'e High golf team llcft up-
pcrl: Rich Clatt .ind
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Russ Davidson, Xavier Marquez, Al Oypillc, Gene Oyalle, Coach XVilI Ryan.
The tennis team, uncler the excellent t'OilCl1lllg ol'
Mr. William Ryan rlid very well in its inatvhes this
season. The teznn nut-played sueh high sehonls as
Balhoa, Mission, Galileo, Sacred lleart, and Poly.
hut suffered a Cilt'l"PEll tn Lowell.
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The liye hest Linvnln players participating in
Singles mnnpetitifnl were ranlxecl as linllows: llivh
Murray, captain. lirsl: Xavier lylarqnez, set-unclg
Eugenio Oyalle. thirclg his hrother. At, fourthg and
Bula Ashworth, lifth. The hest clouhles players un the
teann were the pairs, liiarry Lalwel and Russ David-
son: and ,lllI1fi6lfIlYItI11llll6T and Harvey Sznnuels.
liohhy' Sislia, who had lmeen the lmest player on the
Linvoln tennis team until inifl-season. was sent tn
Rome. ltaly where he partieipatefl in the Olytnpit'
Cannes. Frcnn Horne he will he sent to partivipate in
junior and senior tournaments, first in liill'l'0lOIlil.
Spaing then Paris, l'1I'2llIt561 and to finish his tour, he
will he in mattfhes all over lfnglancl and lrelanrl.
Bnhby. the fourth ranked junior in the nation.
,lunior Davis Cup winner. two times singles AAA
t-hannpinn. has a revord uneqnallecl in AAA tennis.
He has Nlfhlili lust a setl
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Coach Presley found this year's swimming team
to be one of the greatest Lincoln has had. The Lin-
coln team won three out of seven of the pre-season
swim meets with the other schools in the AAA
league. In their first event of the season against Sa-
cred Heart, all three divisionsfvarsity, I30's, and
I20,s, came out ahead, as they were to do later
The league as a whole was well balanced, with
no team as a sure winner. St. Ignatius, Washington,
Lowell, and Lincoln were the major contenders, and
the top honors were well earned. All the teams
seemed to have more depth than round-robin abili-
ties, and Lincoln, in particular, had a very well-
The varsity squad boasted of quite a variety of
members. Bud Martin, a junior, was the best all-
around individual swimmer of the team, and Paul
Olsen was the leading diver. The free-stylers, Jeff
Andersen, Cliff Willis, Glenn Wold, John Himes,
and Roger Mack, along with the breaststrokers, Bill
Wissman and Bob Malfanti, added considerably to
the team's strength. John Bowcock was the team's
entry in butterfly stroke events, and Rick Knutson
was entered in backstroke events.
The I30's were also well represented in all meets,
with Mike Spellman, John Murrow, and John Diss-
meyer as freestylers, and Bob May and Dennis Rich-
ardson in the butterfly. Other members were Paul
Gormley as diver and John Jacobsen in the breast-
The leading members of the I20's team were Gino
Orlofff, Carl Allen, W3'y'IlC Wiswell, and Rich An-
SONG GIRI, COMPETITION
fI.cf'l tu'1'igI1ti-'Bax'b:rm 'I'ringzlli, Iiurcttv Wfigney, Judy Mulitz, juan IXIIXVIILIIQ, RnI'wu1't11 Rnthcr-
rml, Irrsl Armos. Chrisli Nelson. Diane Clhurch, Ellen Ruth, Rnbcrtu Iiixnn, Iennnull Pmxc1's.
Linda RCISCICF, Bexcrly Iiglncnjnycc Ifrcnclx, Phyllis I'rrmIx.jnyc'c Luper. Anita NQIQQIT Cnrnl Lglndis,
judgu nn the Sung bill Lnxnpctltiun up-up Ir-un Irtt tw
right: Bula Ifwrun, jnlmn I.mcII, Ed Mumlntc, Ottn Vzln
Duyn. liwnnic I-Iughcx. Sue I-Inlbrmnlc. I.ynn Cipnhlt. Ulu'
wrxxng the try-outx are KLl1'cn OkclIwcr1y .Ind gm unidenti-
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nt the runners up.
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As editor ol' the l960 Roundup, l would like to
dedicate this page to all those who worked so dili-
gently and cooperatively to produce what l feel is
one of Lincolnis hnest yearlmooks, and what l know
one ol' the largest yearhooks ever put out in a San
Francisco high school. Contributions came not only
from JOllI'l121llS1I1 class rnenilrers, lmut from students
around the school who were interested in helping to
make this book a success. ln these one-hundred and
sixty pages, pages packed with pictures and stories,
we have tried to present a record of Lincoln's activi-
ties lor this year. Thanks to all who helped to make
this hook a successg your cooperation and assistance
have inade this hook possible.
After the hook had gone to press, we were sad-
dened to hear of the death of one of our class mein-
lners, ,laniee Solbj or. All those who knew ,lan remem-
ber her kindness, her warmth, and l16I' willingness
to help others. Wie did not receive notice of this until
it was too late to remove her picture from the hook.
CAM lVlAl.L1i:K, Eflilor
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