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THAT'S THE GUY, YOU DESCRIBE HIM PERFECTLY
Bob Fisher: "By George!"
Stephen Hulsey: "Mr. Shevick, that book is all wrong!"
Dennis Kuhl: About two minutes behind time.
Jimmie Shockey: "Don't mess around, guys."
Hugh Hoard: "Where's Karon?"
Gary Crowley: Always looks sad.
Ken Dixon: Love 'em and leave 'eml
Alan Smilet: "Got any questions?"
J. D. Clark: The shirt with the vultures.
Bruce Barnard: Movie idol of 1964.
Spencer De Zube: Rebel
Paul Denunzio: A deal with Steverino.
Ted Driver: Good things come in LP.
Harold Juhl: Is he shy?
Bob Blakesman: Eye of the eagle melts the heart of the doe.
Bill Clark: The man with the press-agent sister.
Sheldon Cohen: Who can ligure him?
Leonard Fligsten: "Darn it, I got an A-!"
Nancy Foster: How did she get in here?
Michael Hendrickson: An omnivorous reader in non-liction.
Kenneth Holland: Ditty dum dum ditty.
Kenneth Irwin: Head over heels-a tumbler.
Chuck Jamison: Noisy? Man, I almost hear him!
Jack Jones: "If you ever need your brakes hxed-"
Ronald Leavitt: Science fiction ahcionado.
Eddie Lindros: The platter man.
Bob Peterson: The triple threat.
Randy Randall: Does he have a lirst name?
Alex Riell: The politician.
Kelly Seagraves: Mother Fletcher's gold star salesman.
Marty Serlin: Fast man with speed, too.
Bill Sinatra: Para diddle on the tympani?
James Skirt: Euclid, Skirt, and Co., Mathematics.
Tom Speciale: The spirit of Gremlin.
Fred Vanderende: "Gee, corrrrrn!"
Dennis Way: A real cool customer.
George Weishuhn: "Shut up, Virginia, I'm gonna slug-ouch!"
Gary Williams: A man worth while-keep smiling.
Barry Wolfe: The Wolfe with the lope.
Jim Woodburn: Cruel to Sharon.
A9's leaving this lap of their educational tour will te-
member these teachers as leaders of specialized groups and
activities. Without them, our excursions would often have
lost much value. Seated are Mrs. Kingsley, Guidance Direc-
tor, and Mrs. Gorelick, Librarian. Standing are Mr. Pimen-
tal, Director of Youth Activities, Mr. Fiske, Co-ordinator
of Audio Visual, Supplies, and the Auditorium, and Mr.
Our B7's and other travelers will rely on these people
for a great deal of information and assistance throughout
the length of their tour. And now, on with the journey-
WHO? HER? OH, I KNOW HER WELL
Dorothy Boosalis: "Has the 8:10 bell already rung?
Patty Gavin: Patty and Pizza.
Marilyn Simon: Living out of a suitcase.
Gail Young: The gum manufacturers best customer.
Ruth Sitz: "Tamba."
Leigh Beveridge: Typical talker.
Karon Higley: Where's Hugh?
Madelaine Martin: Goes skin diving in the PE Showers?
Paula Hoffeld: "The Uninformed One."
Sally Langren: "They're bugging you."
Karen Swanson: "Oh, Willy Lump Lump."
Sherry Thomas: "Well, I'm late to homeroom, again."
Joann Lange: "The Prom or Icecapades?"
Georgiann Jukkala: "Oh! What a joke."
Wendy Mueters: Drives Miss Palmer crazy.
Rita Holley: Famous for jokes.
Kathy Bauers: Cookin' something up with Janice.
Sharon Bright: "If I could catch him, I'd kill him!"
Janice Dahlstrom: Still cookin' with Kathy.
Diana Davies: The typically mean editor.
Sue Dowty: Nimble lingers on the stomach Steinway.
Nancy Foster: The girl with the pretty eyes.
Virginia Gardner: "I'm telling you, George-!"
Pat Gillotti: Dinner, anyone?
Beverly Golden: "I studied for 5 hours, Miss Lasher!"
Estelle Green: Songbird of the Air Patrol.
Marcia Hammer: The operator.
Vivian Jones: Too noisy.
Jean Montoya: Even noisier.
Jeannette Mulford: Got the giggles.
Sally Zeches: Last, but never least.
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Some people move so fast that no lens or shutter can halt their images. Such travelers are these portrait-less Olympians
Spencer De Zube
Gerald Charles Graham
Sadness for the loss of a good friend was part of our
school year. john Bobick succumbed to a heart attack on
April 22, 1957. Mr. Bobick was a charter member of our
faculty, having been the first chairman of the English and
Social Studies department. His ever-present smile was seen
everywhere about the campus, from homeroom and class,
to playground and Sportsnight. With his classes he shared
a wide and intimate knowledge of history. Interpreting the
many cultures of the world, he could make the great ideas
and the common habits of the ages vividly realistic. A great
store of anecdotes from history and his own varied life
served to emphasize the many truths of life which Mr.
Bobick explored with his students and friends.
Mr. Bobick attended the John Adams High School and
the Mount Union College in Cleveland, Ohio, and received
his Masterls degree at UCLA. He taught in the Cleveland
schools and served with the Navy in the Pacific during
World War II. He was chief of Occupational Therapy in
the Brecksville Veteran Hospital in Cleveland before he
came to California, where he taught in Vista before com-
ing to Los Angeles.
The death of a dear friend is tragic, but Mr. Bobick's
teachings will remain alive in the minds and hearts of all
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d h h - The Phenomenal Paper Drive
Mr. Pimental thanks Mr, and Mrs. Campbell an t e ot er per
formers for a fme Srnortsnite, .....,...,....
And Still More Paper
does an enthusiastic audience.
Keep moving, Harry, there's a place to dance in here somewhere. The dancing girls of the T le t Sh
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