Alameda High School - Acorn Yearbook (Alameda, CA)

 - Class of 1935

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mafia ,il . ' 4 K Z 'N-n 'Nha- KN- 'i-IE PCVIN M 1935 Volume XXXVI PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF ALAMEDAHIGHSCHCDGL ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA . I- - AI . ' - A'f""m-..,, ' ' 41 " I , , 1 is I M , I - -wry , V , .,', , . I V ' A , . , if f A i . 'sn ,Q ,rf f A, 1 I mb. I 3 E F I ' I . ' I X ,X ff , K M E I A J ,, I K Z S I , 3 F ' . I K E ,. If - . J-DI 1 X4 ,-N, D ,4 w F X1 1 bi IIJN X XX 3 4 vw A . Y,.,'J, b H- Y, V5--V vii.. wx -.,X ..b ,.'.,,A2,,, .. ., U .,,. .- 70- 9, ' XV Y V .- , v , , ' N , . x .. . . 1Av'HLI'x wxf .. 1 0. R N , , .xg X,,x--V V ,,-w .V . MVA -R A ,,,.x., 4.. . A. N 'w fy , rx' ,,,. xg, Q,,MAe.A, ,X y J. f4-.l...a, . ,, . N . , . , . 4. ,, x ,,.-x ,, N., .I ,, .. I.. 4.. nix ,.. '. AEXVJ, .. 'Y ,i .. 4 . 'WY . ' .aj mi L 131,11 :nd Tying, V K fx! ' 4,-Q -,xv Y, Y-,wy ,-,- ,A+ JEL- 5 M 2 VL.-. ..A.-g-QubkJ1 if JA.-,,.-.. 7 - ,Y , 'H 4 XX xv-Mw ,-X, ,E-4 V, ,A 3 W AC CHAM ON 5--'Ui' J Adolf' smlr"""" All w-.gg N--viii' ,,..4-ai "Kr- Q-div-9' vi ........,,,,,w 46" ...i ,K 34115, The taculty and students ot Alameda l-lrah School extend to Mr Arthur F Aaard head ofthe Enalrsh Department therr expressrons ot cordral wrshes and happy Journeyrnas on hrs sabbatrcal year and study rn the Qld World Mr Aaard has served thrs rnstrtutron tarth tully tor 27 years Durrna that trme he has arven freely ot hrs outstandrnq abrl rtres Versatrle scholar areat teacher arftea musrcran connorsseur ot the arts rmpressarro of many productrons lrter ary crrtrc and author rrchly tempered hy hrs capacrty tor aenerous trrendshrp he has rmpressed hrs personalrty deep ly and abrdrnqly upon thousands who have come wrthrn hrs rntluence These wrsh hrm God speed a year abundant rn aood thrnas and a safe return 1 5 ? S -A ,J .s L, ' . A' 1 K WKWUIIO-v,. I I f r I . . - 1 r . w . . . I I I . 1 r I I ADMINIQIRAIION . y Y" 5 5 :fav jk.. 3 ., 4 , A 4 y M x M3131 ,ai M 2 V 1 , ,Y wha , nl ju' V , V , . 'f pg' ' ' tg xx V, Q , A ,K ,V . x Q M ,V A Va U vi' 723 ' , W V il, 1 4 E I L:'f9'4f,?73,-V K h - . . ,-7., , 1 4 5: I. ti, .P , , Q ,, , . 1. ' K, ' ! ' fd' . iw' I V"'g"73 Joknson I ' ' ' 1 ' X Ft lyB 'Sweet Are the Uses of Adversityn GAS You Like It'9 Sc sana the Bard of Avon, the world's :qreat rnaster oi sona and the areatest seer into the heart of rnen. lt is unquestionably true that ease and corntort and srnua satisfaction have always led to a loss of power and to deterioration, physically, nientally, and spiritually. lt is likewise true that a strenuous life ot zcil and struaale and honest labor has strenqthened the iihre ot mans lrte. Ace ccrnpiishrnent oi hiah order has always been achieved liy endeavor ot hiqh order. There is, as tar as we know, no substitute tor hard work, and may I add, ic substitute lor hard knocks. it we are to avoid degeneration and death we rzrxisf ever, through fierce and constant effort, he ready to rneet successfully cdr envircnrrient and adapt ourselves tc the new and changing situations that ccnircrgt us. NR9 N HMV The Admrnlstratron of Fall 34 under the leadersnrp of Tom Nason and Dorothy Prtzsrmmons had on rts calendar many drtter ent types ot meettnas Muslcal proarams predomrnated however and such Well known aroups as several members of Tom Coalc ley s Qrchestra Carl Ravazza V1ra1n1a Haque and Prank Barton also a member from the tamed Enahsh Opera Company were present Other meetmas that also ranked hlah were talks hy Dr lulean Arnold Commercral Attache to Chma and Professor Lrnds ley ot the Chabot Chservatory Qur old trrend lack Burt was also present Wlth hls sprrrt and trrendlrness Tom s admrnrstratron on the whole may he consrdered a complete suc ess ,C ARlf"FP PTZS NNN ilk?-'lvfk A. S. A. ll. S., Fall '34 . . . 1 - . - f 1 1 . . . f 1 f I I - I f' x.. . Q., "' 'MM' yen A S A ll S,Spr1ng 35 The spring term ot 35 brought before the administration a serious problem After several successful assemblies which in cluded sports meetings musical programs and lectures the dis heartenmg news that the auditorium was condemned as not being earthquake proof was announced President Dick Humphries and the Student Faculty Committee under the able leadership otM1ss Grace S Powers however contributed ther good work and after an experimental outdoor student meeting the assemblies were held 1 the Alameda Theatre through the courtesy ot Mr Richard Nasser manager. Among the notables present at the meetings in the Alameda Theatre werevAlonzo Stagg famous football coach' Father l-lubbard, world famous geologist and authority on Alaska and the well known Pomona Glee Club. Taking into consideration the obstacles to be overcome, the administration headed by President Dick Humphries can be ranked as one ot the most successful in recent years. lack Peak, Recording Secretary. -wav GIRLS BOARD CONTROL I BOYS BOARD CF CONTROL ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD . if D . I 7 - I - - 'x 1 Q A in OF 'T' ui STUDENT FACLLTY COMMITTEE TRAFFIC COMMITTEE gf' Wm pf The Faculty ADMINISTRATION ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT I ARTS AND MECHANICAL DRAWING DEPARTMENT HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT MUSIC DEPARTMENT COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT VOC ATIONAL DEPARTMENT GIRLS P E DEPA BOYS P E DEPARTMENT R O T C DEPARTMENT CONTINUATION SCHOOL LIBRARY HIGH SCHOOL BANK CAFETERIA . I lif- , 1 , 4 ' -'VIA-Q ' ' ' ' -- 1 ' . . 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Eergxison E' is Egsli lf1Il.GS Eroncrn Glorlc Eiilqhiirn Hdrry Brddford Alex Gdllowoy Ggrlie Rldnolidrd Edwin Gdnnon Elnier 'CCIHQTOH Diiorie Hini Vfznstfzn Gorleslfzri lock Holden PofG1rn1elli Slnqeloslii lniezurni Dixgffixs Glerk Rifilword lolinson Horold Coslo Alve Cresteito Lloyd Ddy Arrlw gr D1C:49TlS',Ii Gohie Dolryiniole Ruili Dobbins Doiivlfrs Est Ieoneile Le leiine lolin Liiliecli Georqio MoCDonold lzsepliine Martin Mfirton McGregor Cecil MCQudy Eiiqene Murzi Ted Nicliolsnn Lillion Gwen Andrew Poqono Ernest Poqqi Byrne Powell Robert Proti Merrie Price Howord Robinson Gordon Se-qenlverqer Eenton Sirnrnons losepli Streloel Alrno Thornpsori George Tsucliiyo Louis Von Edelkroniz Bill Vredenlwerq Mory Willis Howard Wood Parke Younq V C Al SCCFFFY 5 NCPEE Fr-HLLIPS Editorial of the IIA Class The spectdculor Low Senior clgss hos now regched the point where it moy go hcxck ond review g most successful coreer. ln heginning our climb to fgme, we elected Clgibourne Mc- Millin ond Tom Ygle gs presidents for our Freshmctn Yegr. For our Sophomore Yeorr we chose Dick Humphries ond Elizgbeth Eggers cts presidents. As mighty upper-clgssmen We were led through our lunior Yegr by Igck Pegk ond Igck Lgwrence. During the lgtter holf of this yegr We presented with huge success the "Gridiron Prom," under the monogement of Clgihourne Mc- Millin, which Wos held on the night of the Algmedg-Berkeley foothgll ggme. f Jai g Gordon Kremer wos elected our low-senior president. During this yegr We presented thot grecrt unegugled ond successful Senior Plgy, "The College Widow," which wgs mgngged hy lock Lgwrence, ond in which Mgry Young gnd Rickard Birkholm were stcrrred. The ploy wgs presented on the night of the Algmedcz- Berkeley hgsketholl gcrme. We look forword to our remgining hglf yegr in which we will present our Senior Orpheum ond Senior Boll, thus finishing the cgreer of one of the most successful clgsses to ever grgdugte from I-Xlgmedg High School. Ron l-lgmpson, Editor. Y CRAIG f11HHi 1 w1.l1, 1' 'L ity! 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'Uk ,sl 157 A I A 3 ' N 'Wt' CAWENBEP7 High Junior Class '.'l"FllI l.. . 1 T' "vig: Lvl E- Euitllfillr 'in i QF' 'ATTN' -, .Jv ,J Y I':t.w . .w. T f... lm.-t,.J l.H.l..: ,,.,.,,. . .V-,Y V ,VV ,,.,.,4I,-,,, 'ff 1.1. l,l Lf? is. . .,T.,v Tho class of Tune '36 wishes to present a brief outline of its activities within the past three years. Under the expert guidance of the class officers the rneetings have been successful, entertaining and peppy, but business has not been overlooked. The hot dog booth at the Circus Day festival was an outstanding feature of-our capability to put things over. We enjoyed smooth sailing at the nautical proni, and because of the large number of dancers on the floor we need say no rncre about it. The punch was excellent and was consumed in a jiffy. The dansants We have helcl have been exceptionally fine and a good profit was made from thern. Several of our fellow classmen have shot-:ii tlternselves Q.. standing in political and athletic achievernerits. ln closing we Wish to give thanks to our advisors ETSI helped us no end and who have g11ided1's sdzfely :ver 121-3 1 "er path. .Xv:e ill' i: IW . 1 if OWUVZ S-iv '- A MISS HOOK 3B MR. IACKSON IIB MISS AYRES 3B .. 4 . , y V1 MISS OEHLMAN 3B m,.., ,., K, , ..,,', C5 'MQ 11:0 MISS ARMITAGE SB MISS HAYES 'SB MISS LAWSON cs ,5 3, ,, ' . Q A U ,. .I MISS CAMPBELL 3B - , A, . ,, I. , C' R A t P-fi?'Nf' ffALVlN HINCK SMWH Low Junior Class The ship, "High Sophf' embarked in September l934 with Cap- tain lack McCullough on the bridge, his staff consisting of Under- Captain Dorothy lessen, Ship's Scribe Bobert O'Keefe, Ship's Pur- ser Bill Hopping, and in charge of the tourists' pleasure, Yell Lead- er Curt Smith. Our entrance into Port Dansant was the sensational highlight of the cruise and set the tone of the remainder of a smooth and successful voyage, which terminated back in our home port in lanuary l935. After being overhauled and refurnished, our good ship, re- named "LoW luniorf' started forth in guest of further adventure just before February brought a new moon to light our way over boisterous seas. Skipper Bill Hopping was at the helm, assisted by First Mate lean Marie Galvin, Scribe Udo l-linck, and Purser Curt Smith, while that doughty sea-dog, Yell Leader Les lack, Was, for the third time, in charge of passenger activities. Our visit to Port Dansant again netted us an abundance of joy and profit. Since each cruise seems more popular than the one before, we have decided to enlarge our itinerary when we start forth again in September on our sixth voyage. Our new name is to be "High luniorf' Cheerio and bon voyage, mates! Bill Parker. MR. CUMMINGS 3A MRSA ARENA NGA nf 31,1 rf f , 2 ff' ' . '. : If pf -rg we ,A MISS HITCHCOCK MR GILCREASE 3A V A c Q M .4 C K fc 5 5 -rc F A nv s S MR. MOREHEAD 3A MISS FARIA GA xxx Nun! -S A' ,.',fj,f--'4,H.,,, x Kvf fi: in' Y 1 ru,- ,k.:QN,k V, xf . ,. V, MR. BROMLEY --SA MRS. BARRETT 3A A 411- ,1 F AMW: Sf on J K - ' J F . , 'W' PETERSON FENTON ALEXANDER HADEN MASTNCK S!-VA BROWN High Sophomore Class The members of class Tune '37 are about to become upper classmen. Cur aim has always been to pass "Cn to Victory," and we have not shown an iota of backwardness in this direction. Natalie Kay and Hrayr Terzian were among the six students to participate in the finals of the Oriental Forum. Those prominent in athletics were: Baseball, Ned Eisenhardt, Buzz C'Toole, Tim Donavon, Bob l-laden, Al Cunningham, Les Painter, lack Fisher, Dante Sabatini, Henry Echenberger, Ernie Alexander, track, Sam Yagu, Terry Shreiber, swimming, Warren Fisher, Frank Weeden, Tony Frombolo, Andy Bofinger, Bob Chl, Tack Fitting, Charles Gibbs, Ulysses Slater, Norman Tobias, basketball, Balph Walton, l-laruo Hanamura, Andy Bofinger, Ed Macaulay, tumbling, Bill Burns, Bobert Parke, Manley Crane, golf, Neal Munsen, lack Klein. Among the girls, Wanda Fenton showed herself outstanding in all sports as a leader in tennis. Low Sophomore Class The first student meeting of the season was launched by a unique initiation of the low freshmen class by the Low Sopho- mores. Under the management of Bill Godfrey the first dansant of the semester was held with great success. During Public Schools Week one of our advisories, Mrs. Strait's, won first prize for the best-decorated girls' advisory room, while Mrs. Cogburn's ad- visory took first prize for the best percentage of parents to attend. JANES MAY BURTON 'HY' 3 ,L A' 1 SN 'K N if N 2 NA 1? "OL ,wil 44 w--ww Ali 9 -vi' ,av .-"5 5,04 -id If HOMORE C AS OW SO .,.., ., X. . M N.-....,. ...,.,, A.- ,W...,.,.,,- .,.N... ,QA lm- Y 'Q' 'A vt , an-Wk Ji "..'.'3.."'1'f' IK' Ffa in ., --all .. .. .mu X XY 'Q L High Fre Inman Class As the largest class in Alameda l-ligh School one hundred and sixty-four girls in five advisories, and one hundred and eighty five boys in six advisories, We have tried to prove that We have quality as well as guantity. During the first term a highly enjoy able Freshman Reception was given for the girls and later the Freshman class was formally initiated by the low sophomore class in the presence of the entire student body. ln the latter part of the term a very successful dansant was held under the capable man agement of Ted Bergold The new administration under Bob Oslcea held a short business meeting in the latter part of March, during which the coming dan sant was discussed. This "All Fools' Dansant 1' as it was called held in the first week of April, was highly profitable, thanks to the excellent supervision of Ed Kletzker, manager, and to the co-opera tion of the advisory student representatives on the dansant com mittee. We only hope our next three years will be as successful and enjoyable as our first one has been Low Freshman Cla s Upon our arrival, the first day of the term, Dr. Thompson told us that We were the best class yet to enter the high school. Al- though We have no accomplishment to our credit now, by the time We are high seniors We will expect to have a long list of achieve- ments behind us. We have all recently graduated from the High Eighth Grade and are just starting our high school careers. GUERIN GRIE6 OSKEA PEARSON KA,EN KLETZKER . S , I I .ri :qv- '7 'Vyf . 1 ' c 5,2 C " ' N91 1' "4 35 .J 'Exif g 'ff V ' I'- f I if -D ,o- Q-gk -Q dw' ' ' LJ is-. .M fs w.5'5f-sur iQ,-F .. wail' F -'Q , 1 P . ' , ...X 4 1 . - , ' .. '- K fx, h .59 2 ' y- 1: 70 M F .. ' M 1 ' - 2 3 . ,, 4 ' Y A ' 1 f i ' . ,.. - . I I ""'hX if X ' f A - . k i-it n W - 'A W ' -' ' g Y . V J :'v - , - X X X R 1.3. N M, X U I ' ' 3' , Nw 5 fn . V I Y' t 1 - 3 A W tg f , 5 N 1 1 .X . Eg- is 1 v b 2 ' 4,51 V f-'xi A I w :N 7 3' Q ' - 'A G' ' - 5 , I A 5 -1' V ' . s f .A 1 , . gf, .A ' . 7 ' ' K ., 1'- ff' ' , k 2- f . P-C L A ' -, , V - -- , , Q33 T 5 A. K . f , 2? 1 4 'V ,.. W .. . fy-'Vis ' 4' ii s . 1 . ' v Y r 1 1 Q ' I' Q nfs fl! California Scholarship lfederatlon Cna ter O40 Q the CCI111OTI11CI Soho arsmp 17eg1erat1on 15 tnc h1ahes '1o or soc1ety m the A1ameaa 1-1 ah Schoo1 1t was oraa 1 1zea me Senna ot 1932 hy 11S oha1rnnan adv ber Mr Reamah F Saunders Smce then 7U members ot the SOC1G+Y have graduate, 1 as ao1 1 sea1 bearers Two O111S1CIT1C11I'1Q aCt1v1t1es took p1ace donna the sprma term The Bay Seot1on Staaents Conference ot D1S1I1C1 13 ot the C S 11 was he a m o hugh sChoo1 on March 27th Cnr Chapter enter TQNGTCIT o L neneon was servea 1 oar Catetena to 140 quests BAY SECTION STUDENTS CONFERENCE 'x 4 ' F s ' 1 u , l 1 .IF K ., 1 ' 4 . ' f 1 1 1 1 , 4 ni . -A I l in Q O 1 C 1 O 1 fo - a 11 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 " 1 3 1 t 1 n 1 11 1 1 . I - 111 1 1 1' , . 1 . . 1. 1 1 of K-NQ1 .1 I 4 I Q 1 Q 1 1 11 ur 1 1 . f tained representanves of 20 h1ah sChoo1s with memhersh1p in the ol ion. Ll 1 a ' 1 1 . - , I 1 1 1 1 ,M y- AA 5 f 'A 0 to ' . " XA, .- v -T . Q . , -N KJ xi 46 4 . L 'l '- , I..-4 A 1 ,s . 1 N" Star and Key Honor Society The S ar and Key Honor Socrety has rncreased rts membershrp consrderably thls term The oftrcers for the sprmg term are Robert Norton presrdent Yvonne Keremrtsls v1cepres1dent Martorre Le Roy secretary Tom Carver treasurer Helen Parrlsh edrtor and Rosle Hughett sergeant at arms An executrve comm1ttee has been appornted to arrange pro grams and to plan other buslness that may arrse The members are Ella May De Eount Madge Lerchtl Tune Ward Marran M1lls Dorls M1lls Marllyn Mastrck loan Curtls and Mrldred Hersey Members ot the Star and l-'ey Socrety for the Eall 34 and Sprrng 35 terms are Musako Abe Ruth Anderson Katherlne Buck Charles Boynes Wrnttred Burnett Ruth Burger Don Colgate Tom Carver Dorothy Crarg Betty leane Chambers Davrd Chappuls Anna May Courneen leanne Cooney Gwen Chrlstoe loan Cur tts Berwrck Capron Ella De Eount Roger Darrell Dav1d Dowd Dorothy Godfrey Beverly Hlckok Helen Hopkms Mlldred Hersey Margaret Harnngton Rosle Hughett Betty Harlowe Charlotte ln aalls Carmella lost Catherrne laske Margaret lohnson Alrce Krnoshlta Dawn Kalen Norma Kendall Grace Kllber lane Kay Lorrarne Koster Edward Klng Theda Keane Dorrs Klng Tashlto Kaho Yvonne Keremrtsrs Madge Lelchtl Alva Llbbey Marjorle Le Roy Betty McAll1ster Dorothy Moore Eleanor Messenger Dons M1lls Marron M1lls Marrlyn MGSTICK Sylvra Moss Betty Nakano lean Prckersgrll Grace Plummer Berrnce Rrttler lsabel Rrchard Herta Reuter Mabel Srlverthorn Arleen Shears Katherrne Steph enson Elsre Sherer Eva Srlverthorn George Tsuchrya leanette Thorp Dorothy Utz Tazuko Wahabayashl lune Wood Rrchard Woolley Helen Parrrsh Edltor 'K X" .1 'f. .V TTY 'W' ' it - If 1' luiznamq ,' assi-alia-I 1 -'.,- . 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L 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ' ' . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 , X 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ,, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 Cerele Francais W QE EDU fl' S The Cercle Francars has had a very successful year lts meet mgs Wrth rts ear yable and educatronal programs consrsted of rnterestmg talks on France and tore gn countrres plays by the students and other entertarnment The Monte Carlo Dansant Sorree a Pans and the trrp to San Pranclsco to see L Avare were outstandrng socral events Through the ard ot our new membershrp cards our member shlp hst has mcreased greatly whrle our meetrngs have been at tended Well by enthusrastrc French students Through our helpful sponsors Monsreur Phelan Mademorselle Gamble and Madame Darlson we know and feel Just fred rn say mg that our club wrll prove to be a most valuable organrzatron Angela Spmgola Edltor C HFEFY KNIGHT Fr- 1-4,1 Flffiff F'fTTlIf'Ffffl.f' FQLVIT V TTFlF..fE,Q' '.'1.gf' ltr as i- :gt E-,1fEfE'E-Tl' NIWHITJN 'fl3.?lwlEl.A COFIQ3. .-rflmq ill- - wt 1 y f'-'LHTTTIY lftlflffhiil :TSVN HV-3 3 5 1' "al lf f ' Ht zzz' QQ'fI.Q?lf QLJHYQF-. 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Durrna the tall term the presrdent Wrlson Bratten Worked en thusrasnoally to keep the sprnt ot the meetlnqs hran as ollol hrs suc Cessor Rlohard Woolley olarrna the spnna term Both admmrstra trons rncludeol Spanrsh plays among thelr actrvrtres The outstanol ma p ay presented olurma the tall term was entltled El Prrmer Aeroplano a Comedy oleprctrna events ot the trme ot Don Qulx ote The actors were Toe Trhhetts Fhchard Woolley Tune Maze Anna May Courneen Margaret Thomas Vrctorra Xfmeys Burton Lrttleton and Wrlson Bratten At one ot the meetrnqs held clurma the spnnq term the mem hers emoyed seema the play Don Crrsprn V Don Pasoual rn whtoh Carl Caulkms Leona Gon7alez and Paul Culolllas played the leadrnq parts The Spanrsh Club ant1c1pates a conttnaatron ot tts success ln the Comma tall term Leona Gonzales Echtor O '.'.'Il..T.,5N liFt,i.T'fEifJ B111 fa: 'EZ.'.ff,Q '.'l3i3LLEQ'r' WI 'I I FTETQ P11-::1 i--zz' EIITHZ.. -Ji 'lFf E1I'?TEllfR SllHNfl'E4 ry EEFQ.-TTU? 'l'l5l'DT14AkR f.f.3.F"3.l3fT TEi'f'.' ' 'ff"'l 'J'7'i7l T3 ' 1 1 - . 1 A , , L. . 1 . . A , ' I 1 l I I 4 - 1 1 ' L 1 1 W 1 . 1 1 1 , 1 , . 11 . 1 l . 11 1 . . f 11 . I - 11 . 1 ' I I I 1 - 1 1 , . A , ' 1 . 11 . . 11 1 I .4 I , .. K f . . , . Itallan Club We taememoersorme x y raa Zed lta raY1CltJlo teelvery proudr oer tstotmders a party thts term proved areat evehts Thrs term we have ehthus rastrcarry ta ceo part m sa es whtch proved lUU per Cent Successful and protrtaote Stella Prsaho Recordma Secretary International Llub The lhter atrohal Club or Alameda l-lrah rs a member ot the World Leaaue ot lhterhatrohal Leaaue Assoctattorts lts arm ts to try tor a better uhderstahdma of people ot other couhtrres and to develop tomar S them a sprrrt ot to erahc add aooa Wrll lohh Suadeh Edrtor Q , l hfhf tl T19 vl o J l' t f , l Ah ltaliart dmher cooked by the members, alveh last term, and I A ll , . L ' t t 1, . . I A A ... 1 t , , A , 9 Y L T V I . 9 . l lr . Student Players' I-ulld PF IJUXIT HARLES ZANG V1 E PDLSIDEVNT Lx LYN HEAT D L RETARY FWWON KREMED SFP V MNT A1 APWI5 I- ZXRLES DODT Stagecraft and Audltorlu ln Staff UUGQI me skllful QL11 cm Q Qi Mr Earl Shame thls staff Has ef fected cm QACQUQHT OIQGTIZGTIOH lor the me HCIHICCIHY pe feet the-CITIWCCN prsdpctlons 1 1 0 N f. rv- ,- P x,b 1 1 , .YU-. , - , .-NV., V ' .L . 'L A 1. ..v-fs. my-A ,M , KLXWD p. Jvuu , . U fx 1 , ,,.. ,X A . V 1.4 KXJLJA ' ' A X. L X. AA N 0 0 w L . , , , . . , fw f- - 1- , 1 1 LA A K, . L 1 if x , , , my . 1 A K, I' . V f X . A rfish 'Tb 'l"' FR -ov" 'Ep- '?" THORP ROY N' FAR SPN Girls Assoelatlon Cl MARY CAULKINS IEANETTE THORP BETTY THIOLO MARTHA GRAY ALOHA KNOBL K S gl. d AMll.l.E M FARLAND ANGELA SPlNGOl.A GERRY SKEDRY The Glrls ASSOCIGTIOH of Alameda I-l1gh School passed an eventful term durmg the fall of 1934 Mary Caulkrns presldent Several very rnterestrng programs were presented to the g1rls and on one occaslon to the entlre student body Soclal Servlce Work IS always actrve wrth the glrls of the Ala meda l-hgh School The assoclatron collected canned and pack age goods TWICQ durlng the term These were used as emergencles were reported to the off1cers The glrls collected packed and de llvered many Chrrstmas and Thanksglvlng boxes thus carrymg on tradmons of helpfulness and servrce The admmlstratlon of the Grrls Assocratlon entered the sprlng term of 1935 Wllh h1gh hopes and plans After two successful meet mgs our plans for the rest of the term were frustrated because of the unfortunate condemmng of the aud1tor1um Therefore the best of plans had to be postponed for the fall term 1935 Y in R- ., . -IL. y TT ww is Y: 'sf I 1 2 I l ' f ,E , -. LAND . l 'fs .LA 0 9 0 o Fall '34 Officers Sprin '35 ' ,. Pxssxderxt ,. , , . ' GREY GIBBS ,, .. , Vicepreszdeni ,,,, , , ,, ,MARGE LE ROY , , Recording Secretary , , C c ., , , , F1:1arxc1alSecreZ" y ., . . lf . on ea er ,, , , . . n I 1 I , I I ' I . , ' I ' I , . 'YY Traffic Club JPERVISOP V NISTRU TOR OFFI EP ULLK DRLSIDLNT AL VJFQDINF VRFQID T DLUQ VT 1 " Y NK N B Q Cafeteria Aqcurr CI trrbme TJ the effrclerrt arm CJ rrteeue Ccxieterrcr staff Lrnqer me experrerrced mcxrclqemeet of Mrs DLWCCIY1 Speclcrl hmcheoms on specrcrl days have proven pepurcr wrth the students 'Vs into s...,,lB -.Q af? ATA V V Q Si N. " .1 XTR. SQ,'f'iAE.EH L C ' C .. G' X . ' , .Aer Y Q 'rJIf 'il' -I ,Q if-IT PALQ. BEAN X MS SIQUHQ P-.'7f. ff: A. 1 I5 fill" O W I i rx I V .fr rrfw ,K L A W ' I X '3 4 r Y r W rr . . 11 r . 1 V, W r ' , cmd bespecrk cezitimred success for this vcllucrble department. J , 'jg f In Y V -Q I k It x Q H- , ,-- 2 3' z Y l .7 E ' T A " 4 .as .I , -.. 1 ' A' ' 45- H K 'R Q W3 A ,lx ,J-.I . ., 1 Y Q i .s .rf 4, ,nj X' ,4 9 i -RC? I F451 1' ,..' 1 . 4' ' 'r .1 ', , ., ,lk 42 xx , Eff: f ' "'x.x,YV ri N ' A V' 4 ' ' , K X X X A XA I -- GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Glee Clubs The most o tstaadmg act vrty ot the Glee Cluos thrs term was the prese tatrorr ot the ooeret a South m Sonora by Cadmarl Whrch m splte of all the setbacks was a great success The combmed clubs presented a musrcal program over the broadcastmg system ot the hrgh school at the close ot Publrc Schools Week and selected vorces mcludmg a double quartet ot boys and a double sextette ot grrls have provrded ehtertam ment for several meetmgs of the Dad s Club and the P T A Al together the clubs have had a very successful term BOYS GLEE CLUB t . , . 1 1 . tt 1 J 1 .. 1 L W , A ,f , ff Ll l 1 :L L , , 1 I - I I .7 . . Q A I , f A t ORCHEWRA The Band Nat even an earthauakie ar a starrn can step the Alameda Htah School Band tram arvma a concert when they have one scheduled Cn accaunt at earthquakes and more that are expected Cahtor n1a enarneers an exarrnrnna cur auchtanurn and aymnastums fauna them unsafe and sc the band was Wltheut an auchtarturn rn whtch to present tts concert Seen arranaements were made Wrth the NGDTJHQ theatre and atthcuah the nraht an whtch the cancert was eresented was one at the STOIITIIGST ever the theatre tw as hacked ana the concert a success BAND ' w . 1. A L . 1 - 1 - 1 4 4 , 1 1 1 1 A 1 L , Y . , 4 , . 1 The Sword and Shield Society The ohiect of the Sword and Shield Society according to it constitution is to promote the Welfare of the Unit hy increasina the which officers ioecorne better acquainted with one another It has recently presented one of the outstanding sociai events of the year in its third annual Military Bail aiven inthe Veterans Mernor 1aiBuiid1na under the rnanaaership of Cadet Captain Kendaii Biackweii and Captain Cfoidrnan faculty advisor with the as sistance of theR C T C sponsors Misses Eleanor Mitchell Marie Waiiinaton Ieanne Qwanson Ieanette Thorp Mary Youna and Beth Ruehei During the mornina of May 29th the R O T C Battalion heid its annual Competition and Demonstration in which each corn pany competed aaainst the other condpanies Musical selections hy the hand added areatiy to the event T it f 1 T C 1 C I I 4 1 I C' efficiency of the cadet officers by means of sociai qatherinas in 1. 1 'N' 1 1 1 I I 1 , .... A Efficiency Dledal Wien The effrclerlcy medal WGN have aauhled 1h numbers Clurma the east year under the rrectraa al Captam Harald S lahhsah Blfle Teann The rrfle team although rhexperreh ed has hrah hopes al eq Jalmq the recarde ar ts prealeceseors who m pael years have ww aa hat anal r caa me I l Y 5 l , Q 0 L .ll . fw A , Q . A . . 0 . . A F' . , x, , . f, , W 5 , , i w 1 A- 1 1 r S Q vw" YN .- A V ll H. I --i- - , ALAMEDAIUGH SCHOOL R.O.T.C. HEADQUAHHRS PM.S6T Battalion Commander: Battalion Executi ez Battalion Adjutant: Battalion Sponsor: BAND Band Commander 2nd in Command Sponsor CO. "A" Company Commander Sponsor: COB Company Commander Sponsor .1 If " 1 1A 1 r. i Q. All r-It '1'f4'.' iI.1,Hfruf1 N1 .amz H':1,":g'.'fx'-f-z1r-T CO. "C" Cqmpcrny Commander: Sponsor: COD Company Commander Sponsor ins'-1 W Jffpz, QQ'-Ag, 3, 2 us , M., 'E Q. J. 5 00430 A . 4 0 if' - .gov 4 955, Q R. ii 3 " ' " "fm 1 U .gf 9 A it T . . .. L s .V ' 1 Rs ' is I V nw 0 0 'xx 6 rj' Y Q f"" -. ' K, I l'f'q l Q ,LA 'kk Ay K ' W' x, 'X 5' sw .SI 4' mr, 7 3 'ir .1 "' 3 -f S Q , ffwtbo 'R 5 ' - Lk' t R1 "Mau-Q,-sg., 4 '?,- in - .4 1. 'ifW Ei Kwai'-rm D o ,Q ,misv ' ...L F3 'C Public Schools Week Public Schools Week proved more attractive this year than any similar exhibition in recent years. Perhaps this was due to the handicaps under which the celebration was given. Loss of use of the auditorium and gymnasium compelled the students and faculty to resort to new, novel methods of demonstrating their skills and achievements. Greater emphasis was placed upon indi- vidual room exhibits. To stimulate advisories to their best efforts, prizes were given to the boys' advisory and the girls' advisory presenting the most appropriate and attractive room and to the boys' and girls' advisory which registered the largest percentage of parent registrations. Eirst prize for girls' exhibit was awarded to Mrs. Strait's ZA advisory for a Pacific Relations theme and the boys' award was given to Dr. Vigness' 4B advisory for a black- board panel of "The Building of a Nation." Largest attendance of parents of advisees was registered by Miss Chamberlin's 4A advisory with a record of 100705 Mrs. Cogburn's ZA boys' advis- ory with 8570. Entertainment for the evening was provided by Mrs. l-lunter's glee clubs and the band under the leadership of lohn Kafka. Lacking an auditorium the music was broadcast over the school broadcasting system to audiences assembled in the many class rooms of the building. Speeches were made by Dr. Thompson, Superintendent Paden, Mr. Farwell, president of the Board of Education. Exhibitions by the physical education departments, given under floodlights, preceded the broadcast. PW E G E D C, 4E F T O ST OWER4 LA L 'La A .3 ,.u..J :iw 1 Y W if tt ft ut 3 1 W X ul 2 """"d .g-- -ggs...-ev -lv- 1 'W ""'f'1'ff The Admrnlstratlon and Student Body of Alameda Hrah School take thrs opportunrty to express to Mr Rlchard Nasser manager ot the Alameda Theatre and a valuable c1t1 zen of Alameda therr aratrtude for hrs aener ous mvrtatron to use the Alameda Theatre for rmportant student meetmas and as the scene of araduatron exercrses tor the class ot lune 35 They commend to all students and lrrends ot Alameda l-hah School generous recoanmon of thrs valuable servrce by Mr Nasser and the orqamzatron Whrch he rep resents Many thanks, Mr Nasser t' My .api sg- 2 l .lf 4 -Q I If S57 A 4.1" --'fy' guy LJ . xxxh tts., 3: ,. ,, Q vc , :WL T . ,. ,J U2 5 'fp' tr iz, Q 7 P i. Lv' ' I ,- ' 176 Avf 'f 9' X 4Q y.'.',. Q A Y. gl '1 'y.l . I - 4-1,552 ' 2 '1'. f ! T " H.. ,. . 7 M . . ' N lk NR-.H .iw ft r- ff sa A or Mari , asia 4. 1 . 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A i i - Jil-E v Miz: 7-V ----M ..- W A'l'i-ILZETICS Var lty Football Umversrty Alameda Plttsbura Alameda Rrchmond Alameda Tamalpars Alameda St Mary S Alameda Although the team lost to Berkeley the score hardly rndlcated the flahtlnq sp1r1t of our team lmured men and an uncombatable reserve on the part of the Berkeley team showed the effects when the f1nal aun was f1red ALAMEDA 2 PIEDMONT Faclnq the Pledmont I-hqhlanders the team was dlsastrously routed due to the absence of lack Pmqree and because the aame followed so closely the tough Berkeley contest Iohn Cotella lack Pmqree Bob Woolley and Bob Watson handled the backfleld posts whlle Iack Zrmmerman Stan B1er Wlth Carl Henderson Claude lrvmq Bob Slater Georae B1deaux and Lee Barbour composed the forward Wall mfs! Trvmf 1 5 4 l 1 A .1 A A 5 O ' l ,,,..,, ,a,,...a,,Y,,,,,.,,.. 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K ' 'E 3 Q 5 Q 9 Class ll Football Oakland Alameda Castlemont Alameda Un1vers1ty Alameda McClymonds Alameda Fremont Alameda Berkeley Alameda The most promrstnq Class B football team 1n recent years was orqanrzed thls semester under the coachrnq ot Lewls Iolley lt would seem that Alameda has reached a turnmq polnt 1n thls tteld of sport Wlth only two mars upon 1ts long record of vrctory the Class B team showed real class tn all the contests Wrth the brqaest turnout rn several seasons Coach lolley was able to bu1ld up a wlnnrnq comblnatron wlth Bruce Zoller Les Mrller Drck Mrller and Btll Watkrns handlmq the backtreld wrth the forward wall composed ot Walter Otto Floyd Templeton Franc1s O Connor Brll Mornsson Herb Mathews Brll Schautele and Btll Sharpsteen Q? 'w li we seer f d . -f - was . 55 99 ' ' ,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,t,,,,,,, ,Y.,, O .rvr,,,,,rr,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r . Y Y 8 San Leandro r,Y,,,r,,...., .,.rr.... l 2 Alameda ...,.r,...v.....,,.r,rrr.r,,,,rv l3 ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Y ,, ,r,,,, 20 ......, .r,.. . ,,v,,,. v ,, 7 R1 x so . rl 2' d Varsity Ba ketball LEAGUE GAMES ALAMEDA 2 RICHMOND Alameda Varslty opened the A C A L wrth an rmpressrve vrctory over the Orlers Hutaff and Hanamura led the Hornets wrth l4 and 8 polnts respectlvely ALAMEDA 15 PIEDMONT Wlth a chance to go rnto f1rst place the Hornets battled the Hlghlanders on even terms only to have thelr hopes dashed by the loss of May and Hanamura on fouls early IH the game ALAMEDA 6 BERKELEY After the defeat by the Pledmont Hlghlanders the Hornets tackled the Berkeley Yellow lackets only to come out on the short end of the score ALI-XMEDA 2 HICHNIOND Led bythe Hornets forwards May and Hutaff who account ed for l6 pomts between them the Alameda Hornets agarn de feated the Rrchmond Ollers ALAMEDA 29 PIEDMONT ln the second game w1th Predrnont the boys played hard and battled on even terms for three quarters only to weaken rn the fourth quarter Spackman Alameda center was the outstandrng player on the floor hesrdes account1ng for 14 pornts ALAMEDA 30 BERKELEY 40 Although thrs was the clos1ng game 1n the A C A L the boys fought hard untrl the flnal whrstle Spackman w1th 10 and Hut off wrth 9 goals led Hornets attack . s S . 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I ' I I , . a I - A II ll Btchmond Ptedmont Berkeley Rrchmond Predmont Berkeley Class B Basketball Alameda Alameda Alameda Alameda Alameda Alameda Coach Vrrall G1lCfQClS9 Worklnq hard on the frrst year men was handrcapped by the1r lack of experrence players learned the fundamentals of the qarne wtll be counted on to bolster the varslty team The f1rst team was usually composed of Vlc Gray and Curt Blanchard Ccaptarnb as forwards W1nn1e Carlson at center and Andy Boflnqer and Masao Nakata guards However the and next year Dual Track Meets for I935 LEAGUE MEETS Alameda Alameda Alameda Oakland H1 69V2 Castlemont 1-11 San lose State Teachers Fro h I A C A L Alameda 51 Berkeley 39172 Predmont 21 Brchrnond 20 N C S Alameda 25 Berkeley 16 Sallnas 14 Walter Otto of Alameda broke the oldest A C A L record on the books establtshed rn 1923 by Earl Kenny of Alameda by runnrnq the 100 yard dash rn 10 flat Walter Otto also broke the 220 low hurdle A C A L record by one second runnrnq the dls tance rn 24 8 seconds The relay team composed of I Lucas W Euler G Krdo and W Otto broke the A C A L record of 1 328 by runnrnq rt rn 1 31 flat 55 99 A L 31 t,,. LL LL L 12 ' LL ..o. LL 32 L ,,,,o,,,o, LL L 12 L L LLLLL 33 L LLLLLLLLLL LLLL L LL 17 ' LL LL L 33 L LL LL L 13 A LL L LL 36 L 16 Alameda vs. Fremont 1-li ,LL.L,...LL ,.LLL L LL ,L,L ,.LL..L,LLL, . 56 48 vs. ' L. LL 29, vs. 'LLLL LLLLLLLL LL .LLLLLL LLLL LLLLLLL L L L 74 30 vs. ' s . LL L 57 47 L . . ' 1 37 1 I . ln the North Coast Sectton Meet at Stanford the Alameda re lay team hung up a new record of l 30 7 And last but not least George Krdo came through and estab l1shed a new mark to shoot at rn the broad Jump l-hs best mark was 22 ft lU rn followed by Teshlma hrs runnmg mate w1th a 3ump of 22 ft 9 ln ln the State meet held m Fresno May 25 Alameda took frfth place w1th a score of seven pomts lt stood frrst among the teams north of the Tehachapr Wlth l3 men Alameda took second place w1th BZV2 pomts agamst 20 schools tn the Martmez Belays Wrth l7 men we won frrst place w1th 35 pomts m the Davts Aggres lnvrtatronal Track Meet agarnst teams from as far south as Chaffee near Los Angeles and as far north as Mendocmo An all star team made up of boys from the Contra Costa and A C A L schools met Stanford and Callforma Frosh and made mne men took 25 pomts rn the Stanford meet Class B Track Unllke the vars1ty the Class B track team d1d not fare so well The A C A L meet saw Berkeley capture the trtle w1th Pledmont second and Alameda placmg thrrd ahead of the l-lay ward Farmers Walter Adamy w1th a frrst rn the h1gh Jump Buckley and lwa hashl w1th a ftrst and a second respectlvely tn pole vault marked the maJor1ty of Alameda pomts A' though they dtd not have much success prom1s1ng matenal 1S seen as the Class B consrsted mostly of freshmen and sopho mores a Very good showing. The Alameda contingent composed of 55 99 L . . . . if" 1 A' Q45 3 xvgfef 3' Xi If WW? Blchmond Berkeley Hayward Brchmona Berkeley Hayward 41" Baseball Alameda Alameda Alameda Alameda Alameda 3 Alameda Wrth a green and rnexperrenoed team rn the tleld Alameda went through a talrry good practrce season wrth slx Vrctorles and tour defeats ln the A C A L the boys played good ball but due to a serres ot errors rn all but two games the team came through wrth two vrctorres and four aeteats Thrs year by graduatron Coach Otto Brttler wlll lose Harry Bradford and Captaln lack Prngree hard hrttlng outtrelders Alex Galloway south paw prtcher and Toshro Kono dependable rrght hand moundsman Next year he wlll have a strong mtreld composed ot Bodenborn Batto CD Toole and Ersenhart wrth Gog gms and Davres tormmg the battery 141, '. 4 g 'fd A v ., K . - wig-, A I A f ' , . W Y ,V - L Y . , ' Yi J , 4 . ,C ' ' ' ' it 'I ,' ' ' 'ff' I '. l . V ll wid . Q Fa X 2' K EV " , ., , .4 , ' .NK h ,A x .. ' ,.. . MY 'e 173' I 4' 'ff " , Q . ' " I 1 ,wif 1 ,'r , I 9 tt z 'I I ' 1 i . ' . - ,- QQ.. A '1 I - 4 I , ,, , B 4 ,, ...,, u 3 g 9 . g ,, 8 I ' , , , 2 ., ,,,,,, 6 B , , , 4 ' , ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,, ' , ., r,.,, 6 I . 1 . . . . . 1 I 7 I I I I I - I I Swimming C P A C 1 ed PO y Hlqln Alameda Palo Alle Hlqh Alameda P edmart Berlce ey Rlchmond P1edmor1t Berkeley ACALGolf Alameda Alameda Alameda Alameda Alameda Tennis Plea a Ha ward Frntshrna a successful pra tlce season mth vlctarres over Unlverslty Predmant Berkeley and Centervrlle the Alameda Bacquetters entered the A C A L Wrth a trne chance at captur lnq the t1tle Althauah all the boys fauaht hard Curt Blanchard and B1ll Cannrna were the only Ones able to Wm palnts for the Hornet squad The tearn that usually represented Alameda was Captatn Hutatt Blanchard Shea opees Cannrna and Hanspson TUMBLING TEAM l l O A lrncnt ,, 4 Al rneaa 2 Berkeley . l Btchrnergd . O wr, V O , , , , . 0 . I I I I I ' ' E Crew Commencrna practlce rn Auaust the fall crew completed a credrtable season ln three out of four practrce races aaarnst the Calrfornra frrst freshmen Alameda was the vrctor ln the fourth race Callfornra won by a narrow maratn Travelma to Sacra mento rn the latter part of the season the boys were defeated by the Sacramento l C Varsrty Entenna the annual fall regatta between Sacramento and Calrforma Alameda placed thrrd closely by the Callforma second freshmen The race was won by Sacramento Dunno the sprma term only two races were staaed both endrna rn defeats The Hrqh School owes a debt of qratltude to Lee Cavanauah coach of the crew He has arven consrderable trme and money to further the sport of rowrna ln Alameda and the frne showlnas made by hrs hrqh school crews aaarnst older more experrenced men are a splendld trlbute to hrs efforts and abllrty BOXING Mgt: A . s tl X I 1 fl ' "l " "T fbi c- Block GSA Society The Block A Socrety was started rn l924 by Coach Gtto Rrtt ler The boys 1n the organrzatlon have had a great deal of Splfll and have worked hard for the good of the soclety Recently however a reorganwatron has become necessary The constltutron has been rewrltten and the gualrflcatrons for membershxp have been made more strrct The members of the soclety w1ll now vote on each name brought up for membershrp A student rn order to qualrfy for membershlp must have an aver age grade of C 1n all subne ts taken durmg the term prevlous to appllcatlon for membershrp lt IS thought that these new regurre ments for membershrp w1ll ra1se the standard of the socrety and Durmg thrs term and last term the Block A Socrety has done gurte a b1t of good work The members have ushered at many rm portant football games and track meets and have made gurte a success of thls work Many of the members were pnvrleged to usher at the Callfornla Stanford football game and the I C A A A A track meet For th1s work we recerved the prarse and thanks from Off1C1GlS 1n charge The Block A Socrety has carrred on rn sprte of handrcaps wh1ch threatened to hold back the usual good work Wrth a new constrtutron and a new and better sprrlt of co operatlon and w1ll mgness the Block A Socrety wrll move on to brgger and better thmgs next year Bob Norton Secretary 99 N1 9 . . C . . . . . L . I make it possible for better work by the society. we Girls Atlnletlc Association ASI-IVXA9 P1 LETKN MARION DIC KIE I.UI.U I. JUQ H B B-'-KVA I D -'X 'UBQI LII. LO II. Q Ouantrty and qualrty are the two keynotes whtch have marked the Grrls Athletlc Assocratlon durlnq the past year In the fall term under the dlrectron of Ida Schwartz we attended a Play Day at the San Francrsco Teachers College and the Fed eratron meetrna at Rrchmond I-llqh A novel atfarr of holdma a spaqhettr spread to end the canoemq season was held at Lake Merrltt rn October The grand cllmax for the term s act1v1t1es was the Mardr Gras spread Here the rems for tms term s actlvrtres were turned over to Aloha Knobllch A play at the Umversrty of Cahforma and one at Oakland I-lrqh School marked the travelrna events of the orqamzatron for the past term The Assoc1at1on has grown rapldly durrnq the past few years and so we look toward a brrqht future .,,, Wy ' " rr' 4 T -- . ggi 0 - A 4.9 I -1, ,' 4 Q A x .4 - ,t K t ,F --. J , 4 D A I Q V3 . v is ' , ' 4 R y. J' ' ul I . W 0 9 0 o 0 Fall 3-1 Ulfrw s Spina 14 ID. O. ', .TZ . , Presrdent , Al.Of'A KNOELICII 'IIS ffl' . , lvvlI'3'PZP51Ilv'IIf LILLIAN fljQI3IfFI l.Il.I..IAN COOPER RUTHl1ZIi154'V'IUI1IZ. 'TAN t'IIAlG I , ,, Fmfmctal Secretary , if I 3 AR , .. AE OR. FT I3ur111c1tyMar1afjH1 ,, lT.'TH:f?IN'i ..'EN I U O HGH , 'itlllfalez fl.Af?A Ll LE.. . I . . I . 1 I . . . I . . . Mfr ,,gg,e.-9.-Q, Sw lmmlng Cottage Baths has been the pla e ot many successful Seasons ot grrls swlmmrng Last tall lean lNfCA,1l1t'e was manager Coach nog the freshmen on o vrctory Thts sprrng Betty Pye rs the leader and has a large tollowrng of partrclpants M135 Lrllran Stockwell rs the faculty adyrsor Crew ln Crew the Junrors Won an ea y vrctory and the season was brought to a grand close Wlth a supper on the edge ot Lake Merrrtt A E .. I '- I " '. ' . ,' nj 1 . M. 'J L . -wt t . 3' I - if , - . ,C f ' . 1 I , r it-. ' a 4' 1 : ' .- 4 3 1 0 o v X Q fi X, . . . A - l l , ' , i ? . . , . L A L . A . '. v l S L , . 1 olleylmll A large group ot grrls ttrrneox oat twrce a week tor volleyba under Mrss Lrllran Stockwell and Manager Dons Barley After a number ot Close tournament games thelu rors won fi if-fzfn P1 Spcedball .,,flllll1:SlCl5llL' !3lIfgS :grv-with . ,W ,R tlNtY'll'l'1Ctl t'1'sf'wo1't1m ff wr' ' ,.l..xl fl .tk mmf' rl. .:'4. as rt bromtsetl to bo a Closo cm mn v 1 . . , C1111 CIIIYOHGS VlClOlY. llllllillil YET. 11 ,Y 1 . gmllorrl out an. 1 boat the inf za . W , . tit a :tam lijllijfll game. Mm, ' 1 ' 1 1 Asst was ltlQIIllIffUI art 1 lAvLl.L l r .. .,, . . -- VX ,. Vk3,.,,,W-, ,. Q1-..w X A t 4, tt,.A,, tt ... Baseball Ruby Etners was the manager wrth Mrss Lrllran Stockwell as the boach After a number ot close contests between the drtterent classes the hrgh freshmen were vrotor The weather was grand durrng the whole season so many enroyable and prohtable days were spent rn playrng 1 A 1 ll 0 xi-,x,E,Qc nw A l V ' lor this terms baseball season .- Z ' ' ' ' ' - , , 'K' A "T Q I I S. . Ll' x ' 4' A A Tennis Catltrvnne Stevenson has rnanacgefl two seasons ot tennisp one eltmryatton tournament wlurilt wa.: wort by Marlon Gans, and the other ladder tourna- ment won by Dollette Woreott. This term a new tournament was I5lClIKlQf'llltVVl'1lCll a mixed doubles team playezrl. The tirst etaht rantcrn t players ot boys and r s Vv ho en by drawtnas A tnrs nftltol proyesl a areal uece tt vtll probably be Con t n a Badminton rnorease tn the number of bad mmton p ayers Thrs rs a game that resernotes ternrs and has swept the ontrnent rn popular tty durrnq the past year lda Schwartz ana Catherrne Booth won the aoubles tournament and Babe Mrlrn srnales vretor Sprtna tournament looked prom tsrna but was dropped due to pondemnatton ot the hrah school til Basketball Ktna ot arrls sports was ruled by Aloha Knobhoh and Mrs Mertle McKenna last tall A bracket tournament brouaht the ophomores throuah as conquer ors Thrs sport although one ot the oldest strtl retarns all ot rts pooulanty YXWLP 'L' kv 4 . 7 ' Q ' . . 4 fn ' n amp Y ere Cx s ' . . s ' .1 1 pac ' f t ' s .LSSAWH ' , - , .7- t. uef. S - . , Aww A x ' T it 1 tl l . ' , 'H si , -Y Fall season showed a larae M' t A . P 1 I , , i -I - Mi fox , 'V 3 . 1 w . V Z. 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Ruling The members of the Su c hole Cwlub horve spem mcmy horppy hours thrs term m rmprovmq therr horsemcmshrp ot the Mrlls Col leqe Rrdmq School urrder the mstructroh ol Mrss Cornelrd Cress V1ClOf1CI Vmeys led the qrrls ldsl yedr or the Sequolcr Rrdmq Accrd emy Thrs term +he number hos mcredsed qreotly so thot there crre over 26 members rrdmq m two groups ddvohced cmd beqmhers The Surcmqle Club remembers thot Aldmedd won the hugh school horseshow lrve seosohs ooo cmd thot hohor doom be m ool CO es G Q Borbcud Yourrq lvlcmcrqer Golf lessons by beqmhers m qoll were qrveh dt Aldmedcr Mumcr pdl qoll course under the 1I'1Sll'L1CllOI'1 of Edrl Fry Alter the course ol mstruchous ore completed o lOllTDCU'T1GI'1l IS to be ployed by the more experrerrced go lers Tdrs sprmq 11 wos won by Dorothy Cotelld Mrss Merlle Mcliehhd rs the focully ddv sor I I T If 1 1 If Y' 'I A ,L 1 A W .J , . A . . . 1 , i 1 ' , , ' I L I - , , ' . W LJ - l r , V W 1. , , 1 A . 1 . . 4 M, , . 1 . Yi 31. Canoeing Drp swlna drp swrna came echarna ever Latce Merrltt dur 1na the canaerna easan last tall under tne rnanaaershrp at Cath enne Baath Atter a ctase contest between the Sen ar and Fresh man Canoes the latter hnally Wan The Wrnnrna heat was paddled hy Iacquehne Iahnsan and Lucrtle Crandatl M135 Lucltle dr Vec chra IS coach and faculty advrsar Hockey Hockey had a full season at actrxttres The arand chmax was an eXcurs1an ta Unrverslty at Cahtarnra hy the a etar team ta Vlew an exhrhrtran aarne presented hy tne W A A 1, f . ' i E Q ' . t K ,,, . . W - p ': ' 3 , ' X ,Q 4 . fe 1' - 4 vf T ' F f, . K , 2 K " " 7 ', . t 1' I Y X , 6 my fr, 2. J if . I ,. . '5 f x . ' 1 . x X S , ' X z ,I V - . '- Sara 0 , , A . , W , I I I I - . . F , W . Q A - I 1 1 ' w . . A r L . .L 1 . 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Ns 06? fQ,'y,,m N 2 LV4 ,Mm my ky ' v-P Q ,pf- ,pb Qnu T '95 4150, l 1 CHAPPUIS V N BLACKWELL BARRY DARRISH BERDINC The Staff DAVID I-IAPPUIS EDITOR KENDALL BLACKWELL MANAGER ROBERT BARRY ASSISTANT EDITOR ALBERT BERDING ASSISTANT MANAGER DOROTHY EGGERS ASSISTANT EDITOR HELEN PARRISH ASSISTANT MANAGER Art Editor Cartoomsi ELEANOR MITCHELL GEORGE KIDO Photographers WILLIAM G PEARSON EARL FRALEY Boys Sports Girls Sports HARRY HUTAEE CATHERINE BOOTH The Acorn staff desires to take this opportunity to express its appreciation to the many persons who have contributed to the production of this Annual. It desires especially to acknowledge its indebtedness to Mrs. Smith of the Art Department for her Will- ing assistance and valuable suggestions- to the eight artists Whose clay models form the pleasing title pages in this book, and to Dr. Thompson for his kind words of encouragement and en- thusiasm. The staff trusts that this spirit of helpfulness and friend- liness has been infused into the pages of this Annualg that the reader will find much to please: nothing to offendp scenes and suggestions to be preserved and cherished, and that this volume shall stand as a token of an eventful, precious and abundant year. The Staff. ,ra , 'g:' mqmshwwn. ZWHQXQM Jxf 'ww 'Y I ' s ' ,T'ff:': f . ' ,,,f"' ' ' f ,Ji " ' ' I I f Q be H nf . I QL .r . , V I M11 .af ' Q 3' X 5 ,. i2.n,AN . 'Egg ' H ' , 'lg - 4 . H I , if 1 '11 I - is ,' -- , Wil' 2 f b -' ,V 4 x ' 74' Kg. ANMQM 1 , :N - ' Q M 'M rv, . , , -vars' ' ' ' R I ' s f j , 1- ' E lx A M , W ' 4 A 1 X 1' ,V in 1.31 wif, K .4 M 0 . .K -6 -1: N453 V . f M... ' 'Wi' QZCV ,If , I - 'h - K A':.s R::e"s f r P f ' . x ' c 5 :J Q 1 Q Q ADX ex 1 X FW N N x. www M SLATMQD L 1 "F Qt LQMMV n fN1XT P AY UL MFM 'T QP GCT? 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