Albany High School - Cougar Yearbook (Albany, CA)

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Akin Art, Clothing Mr. Lester P. Brolliar Social Studies Mr. Leonard R. Callan Boys' P.E. Mrs. lda W. Cherry Homemaking, Cloth. Mr. Charles Clarke Civics, Hist., Soc. Stu. Counselor, Mech. Dr. Mrs. E. Margaret Cude hav 94 ag , J, ,A l 4 ii? ,, -- H , 3 l Q- F i + mp! J is !'eJLf+ 3 . lik R French 8- English Mr. John Curry Physics, Biol., Gen. Scie Mr. Harry E. Cuthbertson English, Journ. Mrs. Constance W. Dietschy English Miss Grace Dinsdale Girls' P.E. Mr. Ernest B. Douglas lnstr. Music Mr. Philip F. Elwood U. S. History Mr. Clarence A. Finn Printing Mr. Paul Flegel 8th Grade Arithmetic Miss Margaret Gilchrist Spanish Miss Winifred Goode Social Studies Mr. Mcuri Gould Chemistry, Radio Mr. Richard Hillman . . . ' .l ' A Eng., Drama Mr. Robert J. Hughes Auto Shop Mr. Stephen M. Lehmer .:::.e55:,:,g-. --k. - Music , Geom . 'Q Mr. F. Wm. Feeny Vice-Prin., Latin Miss Miriam F. Gilsenan Dean of Girls, English r , I Qi Ale! sf arf- KS: f K ammo . -f- ., It 1.24 iffy Mr. Charles A. Moore Principal Zzculiy Mr. William T. Leonard Commercial Mrs. Marion D. Lister Secretary Mr. Richard H. Meder Music, English Mr. Raymond S. Olinsky Commercial Mr. Craige Ortlieb Boys' P. E. Mrs. Kathryn Rector Counselor Secretary Mrs. Elizabeth Reinhardt Foods Miss Sophie Ryan English Mr. Freeman Sargent Art Mr. William F. Savage Auto-Dr., Mech. Dr. Mrs. Virginia M. Schaefer' Commercial Mr. Howard Schinnerer Science, Math Mr. Henry F. Silva Math Frank Turner Woodshop Mrs. Tess Tyler Girls' P. E. Mrs. Shirley Van Bourg English Miss Blanche Vranna Alg. , Trig. Miss DeVore Watt Librarian Mr. Roland B. Yourd 8th Grade Science f If 97 414 1 4 X if 4 fu up X XE if ll ,X E NN 2f'fffff'S5S 'My -ws 'KWH XE5 HV Wg f V XX. ' x 0 A N X 1 1? I QV - Nisg xx R X x X NX XXX jx M W xy XX X X L... rfvflf' , 415-'A' " Seniors having problems. Now is the time for all good men X Submerge! mx xo' We 544, P s V.. ,X 'K ve oi Ot 50 What germ be this? I Future "bookies " b nge LSA.. S... 1 VW, Of fo 009 f fre., S 'DOI'-gels 6 ef Forty minute parole wl- Our busy bocrd is never bored GUY Qi x ZQ0 wx Define Songulnory Future housewives of America Newsefte--every other Friday? 7- Spring Croupc of 54 The companies of Marin, Cornell, and Cordonices merged to make the "Greatest Show on Earth", in September, I949. One hundred thirty-seven members in the cast immediately began rehearsing for their first performance, "Jack And The Beanstalk", an operetta. The next year they found they could participate in J. V. sports, the Choir, and other side shows under the "Big Top". Mellowed by three years' experience, they took to the stage with "John Loves Mary", the Junior Play. Soon after came the command performance--"Coronation Ball ", the Junior Prom. By this time, the company had realized it was headed for stardom, and had chosen its production crew: Bob Ettin- ger, president, Juanita Pelegrin, vice-president, Lynn Pawson, secretary, and Charles Rogers, treasurer. Under their able direction the "troupe" went on to even greater things. The last season quickly drew to aclose--packed full of work and play. Then the big night arrived. The last production of the "Greatest Show on Earth" was staged after five successful seasons under the "Big Top". After the last curtain call had been made, the show closed down amid congratulations of relatives and friends, scattering the H6 members of the cast to make their way alone in the biggest show of all . f' 5 3 4393 , 1' x I e 6. y s ' Q :V 5 X A I l LE ROY BANKS Good company on the way makes the iourney seem shorter. DONALD BARTHMAN Animals are agreeable friends --they ask no questions, pass no criticisms. BEVERLY BATISTE Knowledge comes, wisdom lingers. HOWARD BAUER Independence now, independence forever. RICHARD BERNARD The greater the courtesy, the greater the man. DONNA BOCKMIER Her voice is ever soft, gentle and low. CHARLES BORREANI "I've been told time and time again." RONALD BRENNER "Aw, leave me alone, girls." GLADYS BRYANT What lurks behind that twinkle in her eye? LOIS BURKE It is well for one to know more than she says. RO GER CARLSON "Who said 'good time'? l'm right herel " JUNE CARTER "l used to be bashful, but now I have fun." DONALD CERIDONO "Silence is an answer to a wise man." PEGGY CHRISTENSEN "Better late than never." DONNA CLEM "Ask me no questions, and l'll tell you no lies. VEVAH CLUTE In life's small things be resolute. DERRICK COFFEE Do I hear a drumming in my ears? RICHARD COLEMAN A little work, a little play . . . FRED COLLINS "Did you ever have measlesg and if so how many?" PATRICIA COX A fair exterior is a silent recommendation. .EWIS CUCCIA A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. GEORGE DESROSIER "Words tumble about me as airy servitors at my bidding." SAARY DIXON The golden rule works like gravitation. IOE DORSEY A man among men. BRUCE ELY "Too late I stayed in bed--forgive the crime." IOBERT ETTINGER Variety is the spice of life. IEAN FORSTER Speaking of cards, she's the whole pack. LEYNOLD FOSS "Give me a vacation or give me death." lAMES GACHIS "I have laid aside business, and gone a fishin' " LOYD GARRETT ' Two stars keep not their motion in one sphere. OYD GARRETT None but himself can be his parallel. 'IARY GARRISON lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. KIMBALL GILES Men talk only to conceal the mind. WILLIAM GLEASON 1 He who has knowledge spares his words. fy? I ii.-ss-fi I A X ts... f g E Q I W f I it I X N. ,fx , if W E7 r G, Q , 5 X I K-1 :dl in . X X 5 I -A Rl 5 3' -l f I I ,za .2 wifi 05" 4' ' . I. Q... x W rl ITM Q I I we E . .3 we is .551 I , , .,,f,:,,l,iu DUANE GOWLAND Still waters run deep. HELEN GOYETTE "Men may come and men may go, but I go on forever." THOMAS GREEN There's a bit of fun in every serious little boy. GARY GRISHAM Hitch your wagon to a star. ROSIE GUTIERREZ "I'Il follow him through thick and thin." RICHARD HEIN "I never let my studiesinterfere with my educa- tion . " WILLIAM HERBERT A noble mon is slow to anger. DAVID HIETALA Men of few words are the best men. PATTI HELGREN Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. BEVERLY HENRIKSEN Talk about gingerl She's the whole spice box. MILDRED HOWARD Good will is the mightiest practical force in the universe. BARBARA HUTT "There are other fellows than those in school. . FRED IBSEN "Pray tell, whowill entertainthe populace when I am gone?" WILLIAM ISERT "Either I will find a way, or I will make one." MELBA JARVIS Every inch a lady. RITA JEFFRIES Fine feathers make a fine bird. MELVIN JOHNSON Friendly is as friendly does. DAVID KENNEDY "WomenI I love 'eml' WILLIE LANE "God bless the man who invented sleep. " CAROL LeBOULANGER She's here. I heard her gigglel DUANE LEVEQUE A twinkle in his eye that would light a street lamp. EDWARD LEWIS "You'd never know I'm naturally bashful . " ROBERT LINN Friend Robert, thou art graduating at lastl PATRICIA LYNCH "How I wish speech were goldenl I'd be a millionaire . " JOHN MALONE All the world loves a clown. PATRICIA MARLOWE Charm strikes the sight, but merit wins the soul. JOAN MCCLARY Words fail us, she is perfect. CHARLES McDONALD "I am Sir Oracle, and when I open my lips, let no dog bark." WILLIAM McGIMPSEY "Don't do today what you can put off until to- morrow. " PRESTON McKINNEY Diligence is the mother of good fortune. CLAUDIA MERCK By the work one knows the workman. BARRY MILLER The truth is always the strongest argument. ROBERT MILLER Cut, and come again. CAROLINE MOTTA Nothing great is ever achieved without en- thusiasm. 5, . Wuwfyj x45 ' , J., Q A 3 lf' 5. Q' I -It I 'J- I vu-ffl' PHILIP MOWER Lives in a world all his own. MARY MULLINS "Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found out by seeking. JOHN NEMOTO "l am a citizen of the world." SHIRLEY NICHOLS "l could a tale unfold. " PAUL O'GARA On their own merits modest men are silent. CLIFFORD OJALA As large as life and twice as natural. LYNN PAWSON For she's a iolly good fellow and--gentlemen prefer blonds. JUANITA PELEGRIN "Full of mischief, wit, and glee. That's meI" BILL PELUSO You can't keep a good man down. DAN PERKINS Young fellows will be young fellows. .IANE PERRY A woman is always changeable and capricious JUDY PETERS A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance. RONALD PETERSEN "l was creeping along at forty-five, officer. . VERNA PETERSON "l make my fun, and have it too." WILLIAM PICKERING "A merry rogue am ll" PATRICIA OUICK Skating helps break the ice between strangers. IRWIN RILE As restless as the wind . SALLIE ROBERTSON Good things come in small packages. HAROLD ROBSON "Saying and doing are two things, I do them both . " CHARLES ROGERS The less a man thinks or knows abouthis virtues, the better we like him. JERRY SAURMAN All things come round to him who will but wait. JACQUELINE SAXTON "AIl the world's a stage, and I am the leading lady." SHARON SCHAAL "HaveI not, unawares, said some mischievous thing or another?" DAVID SCHILLER "One marine is worth four swabbies. " ERNEST SCHORSCH Out of sight, but never out of hearing. S BARBARA SE LF "I came, I saw him, I conquered. . . ffl E X y f y ,A., A ROBERT SHEDD 'Tis not what man does which exalts him, but what man would dol MARION SILVA I Love, and a cough, cannot be hid. .EE ANN STALLONE Jose lturbi has nothing on Lee Annl I NILLIAM TARLETON 5 A "Move aside, Cadillac, l'm coming through." 5 liti si ,,,- DONALD Tomasz The only way to have a friend is to be one. QW " sg, .- .,. . SEQ SLENNA vAu GHAN P I "But I can't talk any louder!" ..,i I ill? ,V ,Hifi . 135 gg 1 ' 1:-ff? ff 5' 5:5333 VALTER WALLACE "W0rk fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours. " ALPH WARD Let ignorance talk as it will, learning has its value. .Rm xg. K, .. 5 .V J .. . A uh.. V 0 I Riff w' e 055' NF gp? hiv wg, ll 73. ,txxy .7 liek. if Em 5 W1 ' , fig I Ii,- is ' 5 34 f , S I Ia sts A is ' ff 3, . ft' QKQI jv- 6Lv"""" A I K I if lffwfffffy T '7 Y N. X QA. 4. ?' .' 5' MARILYN WATERMAN "l saw a dream ofa dress. . DIANE WERRONEN Ah, you flavor everything, you are the vanilla of society. BETTY WILLIAMS A penny for your thoughts. DONNA WILLIAMS To know her is to love her. MARY WOOD The things I haven't done aren't worth doing. VENITTA YATES Wise to resolve and patient to perform. GAETANO YOUNG All mankind loves a lover. LQVONNE ZACK Speech may be silver, but silence is golden. JOAN ZAVATTARO How quiet appearing--but wait 'til you know herl RONALD ZUCCA "Study may make others wise, but it makes me otherwise . " JOHN ZUERNER He travels fastest who travels alone. 1 'i"P' M? F Gyxm If 6+-QL l"N.' A ,W .uw Q -ff , nina.,-M-,Aw A I ll 1 A 5 C ui Yu :sa-lb i K 4 I' We X 2: of N "k I 141- 1- ,Mid-Smsau 54 From all over the country were chosen the performers for our show. We put on a great presenta- tion when two new rings were added under the "Big Top"--the beautiful swimming pool and then the long awaited Cougar Field. Our troupe has contributed to the exciting sideshow, football, basketball, concerts, band, officers, and clubs. To one of our largest audiences we gave the "Coronation Ball". After its success came our first big show, "Father of the Bride", a hilarious comedy. Soon after becoming the highest division under the "Big Top"--Seniors, we put on our second big show, the Senior Play. Under the supervision of our able officers--Austin Prindle, Treasurer, Louis Wood, Vice-President, and Bill Young, President, the tickets went fast to our best and final presentation, Graduation. U on this lorious da , we all bade farewell to the cast with whom we'd made friends in the ast P 9 Y P five years, and emerged ready to enter the biggest production of all--"The Greatest Show on Earth." 'W as 42 in fa Q ky,-10 - Q, gbb g rs x . 1- A F- 2 is V - A F X fl:-f? "LF X A 1, I! I -.fr X X X fjy li ' ff- ' I I ll ' 1 'B ig!-I Q. ff 1 , 14 Xxx f K X X 4 fir! I xii: Q -nf! . s xk X Y if x f tx 46,91 a S122 is f e - px!! 4 af ' N I' X Wg ,lx Q-'mx M y 4 4 if Jag! FX N 12: 6 N 'rifle ff Y: -f I Q f xl if - I , X U""s I AJ? Margot Blume Soft and fair go far. Denise Bylund A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horsel Rose Marie Cabral "When you speak to me, speak gentlyl " Nathaniel Cochran Brains, hidden by beautyl Daniel Copel "The long way home is the i:-ts! Q , r x Bob Cramer "l do a good deed every day." Corley Eggleston Quiet, but bubbling inside. Elizabeth Fauntleroy Never a dull moment. Patricia Gann Beauty is its own excuse for being. Diane Gilson Whisper not so loud, for the trees have ears. Donald Greene "The things they don t know about me." Elaine Hagan Business is the salt of life. Nancy Higgins Sports of field and stream attract her. Frank Hill He rolls his eyes, he smiles--that's all there is to itl Arlyn Hogarth He saves his words to commune with nature. Kay Hood But, sure, she's proud, and her pride becomes her . Dorothy Hooks "l live for those who love me." Marion James Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it. Beverly Joost Belle on her toes. William Larsen "Don't call me coach, call me 'Dad'l" Patricia MacLeod She's our Mickey, but no mousel Charlene Marinelli There would be no great ones if there were no little ones. Laurie Mc Gaw Young man with a horn. Philip Meads He will scan the heavens and search the atoms. Norma Monti Wit and wisdom travel together. Robert Parrino "l can put the shot." Darlene Peterson "l love cooking and travel and other interesting things." Austin Prindle A friend in need is a friend indeed. Dora Pursell "Don't, you're embarrassing mel " Donald Randolph "Work and I will never be friends." Albert Rapella He's shy and retreating and picks on girls. Richard Robb "Why do people talk so much? l never say a wordl " Eleanor Rosberg lf Eleanor is missing, the party will fall flat. Patricia Royer Pep and zip combine with brains. gi" Fu. X as: ' 2 a o-""'4 rt! f 9 'fix 'lt- ,,s.1 rv. . 'L '.-4 ,"-.-' V ' LY ' 1 l ..I 54 I can ' ,K --1... ., .u f '-l fi n V 1 s 4, . A v , J '-9' i I N ik. -ai" fl fx? L . V F y bv. L J Xi? i t i f K my X ,lmflgyflg Joyce Santos "lf I can't be a singer, I'll be a dancer. Helen Sterner No folly to being in love. Larry Switzer Everything comes to those who wait. Ronald Taylor "Down in Death Valley. . . Robert Thomas "I see no reason to worry about anything L r Milfs Q 3 Gary Vervair qu "Come, my deerl" y .5 James Watts A Our fiery-headed left-end. L in William Weisshaar I "Excuse my dust." Q Bettye Willis so "Life can be beautifull" ' ' Vi Laura Winters g - Sugar and spice and everything nice. L ' Lewis Wood A good engineer is worth his weight in gold 1 K4 Allen Yather -Q' "I think Albany is a wonderful place." 43:21 ' if William Young 4k "Lemme tell you about it. . FC ff fl' I - . - TH X- I E L ,E 'I Alf .. .- gl'- .-l 7 L T oF I-'Cfk J L, P V A 14-VULLK IU 2. B Xi rf x Q 'V J' gf + if . ', l fl ' ! -4 1 A K' M , K sgjpggfgf wfwww W ,MW NM 0521? ob W my ' QWWM JM' W' N QQ Qi 32 WMU? ' rp if 3 u 5 ,ajzafd . 52 gi 'Q ' f. 4A9fUJ . . I ' ' ' ' -- 'Y.1 -, ,T +V' If, - V. -1 . ' -I . M , VA Y ,:,:,-ff, ' I - ..1.,4,x. 4,4 H, ,. N ? , ., . , ' A. ' A,,...!.,4, NA. , , 1 - 1.,53g.:x ,,N,4,4 , .hV.--- , ,'Hj 4! Y. N 13 : -' - --,M-'1 ' 3 ' -5 ' 11:9--1mx..,.+..-. . -1 -' . . L, -. fx .-A 1 'u. f ".,.'kh- "Sz 'Y-'33 ""'P 459 'S QD K-4 " Q? Q3 cr:-6, ,. St . Ol' ,Q N N-.v .lf Y , ,'f' 5419. tw QF 'fr' fe' x. 1 Mrs. Akin H-H First Row: F. Diani, P. Edwards, J. Benjamin, G. Burke, A. Christiana, D. Easter, M. Baker, E. Coleman. Second Row: M. Cabrcl, R. Bun, M. Burnett, M. Arnold, S. Burnett, E. Williams, N. Cleveland L. Barrella. Third Row: L. Catalana, J. Bofges, A. Aschow. Fourth Row: D. Bauer, J. Dunham, L. Capeluto, C. Grisham, R. Freeman, J. James. 43 Mr. Clarke H-Il First Raw: C. Meyer, J. Niemi, J. Peters, L. Peterson, W. Alexander, - J. Murray, P. Marroma, S. Niemi. Second Rowg D. McGroil, E. Morris, D. Dahl, V. Moore, E. Pine, D. Minassian. Third Raw: J. Richardson, J. Parks, W. Patton, N. Macquarrie, D. McHone. Fourth Row: D. Swain, W. Mathews, K. Santos, D. Pihl. Mrs. Dietschy H-ll First Row: B. Hinkel, M. Johnson, M. Gray, M, Hill, R. Hagan, E. Hildebrand, J. Goss, S. Jones. Second Row: C. Hayden, L. Holstein, D. Homewood, G. Heath, O. Jesperson, N. Geering, M. Hopkins. Third Row: C. Hanson, R. Howard, R. Eclcstein, M. Geistlinger. Fourth Row: R. Moore, B. Heinrich, M. Kerr, D. Combs, R. Day. lif 90- ,,.- Go Lf Mr. Yourd H-II Firsl Row: E. Welander, M. Reginulo, K. Smirh, M. Thompson, J. Thomas, c. sullavqn, P. sing, J. Wirlccil. Second Row: B. Piper, C. Runnion, A. Walker, A. Porler, K. Priddy, B. Root, J. Sundstrom. Third Row: G. Carlson, R. Weinzeimer, B. Young, E, Serex, J. Spfy. Fourth Row: D. Zack, B. Werner, M. Murillo, A. Weikerl, '34- 17' D-- 'X 1,- 1 .QNX Q... Ai- .A ra 46- wr Mr. Elwood L-ll First Row: Y. Dedieu, M. Cirigliano, D. Carroll, L. Di Maio, A. Corfese, M. Cerri, D, Curdozo. Second Row: D. Fornengo, F. Gerarcli, J. Alpegini, S. Glass, J. Donahue, B. Bawden. Third Row: D. George, J. Brunelle, M. Hinch, E. Kenney, R. Hansen, J. Jurivich, E. Hadley. 'off .4 -1 ,f 45: x Mr, Lsonurd L-ll First Row: l.. Williamson J. Strohmeier, J. Santos C. Rydman, G. Murchem J. Ramirez, D. Salinas F. Salinas. Second Raw: J. Wilson, N. Weaver, S. Norris D. Robins, B. Tognolini V. Hale, B. McLaughlin Third Row: W. Shore, D. Weisshaor, R. Schiller O. Washingion, B. Willson Fourth Row: R. Tognefli, G. Thompson, F. Waller R. Masuero, F. Wesvphal A. Rulhenbeclm. .Q -ig J. Piper, P. Popper, J. a .,Jg.. -.V 'H' 22. an A? v E sa- if Mr. Flegel H-I0 First Row: C. Turne, M. Sterner, R. Stallone, D. Shervington, S. Souza, L. Whetstone, B. Pruter. Second Row: J. Salstrom, J. Wong, R. Weber, M, wright, a. Williams, A. Sieling, D. Rhodes. Third Raw: J. Russ. Fourth Row: G. Taylor, S. Watt, D, Pryde, P. Rego, R. Touli, G. Shepard, R. Straka. Mr. Lehmer H-I0 First Row: J. Jones, C. Morris, M. McDonald, N. Meahan, C. McKinney, MacLeod. Second Row: Odegard, E. l.ePo9e, Jenning , K. Porter, D. Monroe, D. Pavoni K. McGaw. McKay , Third Row: B. Peterson, J. Mifzel, F. Murillo, C. McKinney, C. Palmer, D. McClanahun, J. Lane. Fourth Row: D. Marinoni, K. Koskella, M. Pendo, D. Kempe, P. Merrill, K. Pelegin, E. Meuck, l.. Marsh . Mrs. Schaefer H-10 Frist Row: A. Haskell, S. Hanson, G. Holcomb, M. Freeman, G. Landalrer, C. Freitos, S. Jensen, N. Hubbard. Second Row: J. Hudson, P. Grisham, C. Ferrari, M. Kennedy, R, Gardner, S. Kalin, G. Lenhart, J. Kalberer. Third Row: J. Herbert, G. Furze, M. Hodges, J. Howell, M. Gomez, K. Hirabara. Fourth Raw: D. Gowlcnd, L. Lotxpeich, K. Freeman, J. Greene, P. Irwin, D. Freeman, D. Elliot. '73 Q3 QQ. Q -o i Van Bourg H-I0 First Row: J. Derner, J. Bauer, l. Ensley, J. combs, M. ae Alba, M. Carlson, L. Bun, 5. Bievzell, L. amd, Second Row: J. Cowon, D. Bunch, P. Anderson, C. Bowman, R. Demmon, D. Alvarez, J. Curr, K. Boker. rmfa now. G. saw, S. B0r'hmcr1,R. Caswell, N. cook, H. Bernard, P, Avery, 8. Derr. Fourth Row: R. Bening, E. Chapman, M. Ahlgren, A. Bvenes, K. Doxtruder. 'lv :sr JR QF aan. 4-. .36- u- if 429 iii ' Nd' "LF" C,- Fir' .JS ,elk ct IX 41.4 xr Cherry L-I0 First Row: C. Dietz, J. Cummings, S. Denny, L. sua, M. af.-mai, E. Erickson. Second Row: A. Burris, A. Dorsey, M. Anderson, B. Burr, M. Billingsley, N. Brownell, N. Clemons. Third Row: P. Bowen, Gould L-I0 Firsi Row: l. Gruber, B. Mower, D. Jones, G. Heath, D. Klurmonn. Second Row: C. Johnson, E. Henry, W. Jackson, C. i. Johnson, B. Hicks, P. Geblu T. Hopper. Third Row: W. McDonald, R. Gurrridge, D. Bruce, R. H-nv, D. Keller, A. Blunt, J. Hunver, W. Dublin. C. Maries, R. McNulty, H. Morton. ...IL Q 1 -1- -iq- Min Ryan l.-T0 First Row: H. Yates, S. Young, J. Young, J. Spivak, J, Nelson, J. Sinibaldi. Second Row: A. Weilrert, A. Reedy, B. Perrier, B. Regis, J. Roberts. Third Row: J. Shoemaker G. Noe, L. Venters, K. Price, C. Stone, T. Schmidt. 40- al -w . ,W A Miss Goode H-9 First Row: E. Amdur, J. Anderson, B. Bryant, E. Boebert, H. Barclay, F. Arnold, L. Anderson, S. Colley, W. Armstrong, M. Aydelotte. Second Row: D. Ambulia, H. Coughey, M. Douval, J. Bowen, S. Broun, F. Aldersan, M. Banks. Third Raw: J. Bevry, G. Burman, A. Anderegg, J. Clem, S. Clough, M. Combs. Fourth Row: N. Cannon, R. Brightman, D. Bolen, J. Carmelich, G. Callan, S. Burnett, D. Chelemedos, C. Cook. 1 - C' U li. -Q Eh 'GIF S ? an-1 1 vs -. T Mr. Hillman H-9 First Row: J. Walden, L. Weber, N. Stone, M. Shirey, B. Woolworth, F. Scott, M. Trembley, N. Yudnicls, J. Witlacil. Second Row: N. Werner, P. Williams, A, Shew, C. Swain, G. Rydmcn, A. Tyler, B, wood, C. Wennerstrom, R. Wilmoth, J. Wells, C. Waterman, D. Wirklrala. Third Row: R. Simmons, J. Yost, L. Tognolini, D. Sieling, J. Spaulding, S. Sleeter. Fourth Row: H. mmm, W. Tamm, J. Sweet, W. Weaver, J. Wurth. H 11 1 ,bill 1 .a . .IS- 'Y 1 Mr.0limlly H-9 First Row: M. Morkley, L. Morgan, B. Kline, C. Muller, J. Moran, J. Miller. Second Row: J. Marramo, A. Nicolaisen, A. Mnrini, S. Larson, F. Loudermilk, J. LePn9e. Third Row: D. Minear, A. Layton, J. Loclttwort. Fourth Row: J. Lonqaker, R. Manning, B. Millinich B. Moriarty, D. Simons, L. Mosier. .Q Mr. Sargent H-9 First Row: A. Regan, G. Phillips, L. Podvant, M. Renwick, F. Weaver, J. Ouemdo, G. Rydman. Second Row: J. Smith, J. Savage, W. Peoples, A. Prieto, S. Robson. Third Row: R. Olson, J. Randall, M. Parker, A. Pendleton, H. Paden. Fourth Row: R. Runnion, J. McManus, G. Potter, S. Pryscltulc, J. Pritchard, R . Peterson . ' 1 ,., Yr 1 ? an ...-. l -V. -il-1' 4 Mn. Tyler H-9 First Row: G. Gerloch, D. Hicks, M. Hansen, J. Durham, J. Gray, S. Kolvaitis. Second Row: S. Girsch, J. Kendrick, B. Byouk, J. Clement, J. Hendrik- xon, T. Heinrich, D. Bolen Third Row: D. Day, T. Ekoos, A. Kennon, D. Bateman, B, Farber, L. Evans. .JT QQ 00 I-no F --or -GCE C!-9 -rs, H s -Q i eq Mrs. Cude H-8 First Row: J. Harris, C. Gowen, R. Holstein, S. Fricke, R. Hammill, R. Hearn, R. Irwin, N. Gunn. Second Row: R. Jensen P. Gram, C. Fullcs, V-361, 31. Q'-I 1C 'ik 656 -v-, -.4 'UK' ey. we r" Q- ,-5 -gy. v--1 AA JW 355 LQ R If 'Db B. Graber, H. Fredericlcson, K. Hale, J. Eliason. Third Row: R. Kirby, C. Gulley, S. Kennedy, H. Kellogg, E. Hill, V. Hammond, F. Ingram. Mr. Douglas H-8 First Row: L. Welander, B. Tasso, P. Williams, J. Turne, J. Simmons, J. Tello, D. Trotter. Second Raw: K. Towruend, M. Stahlman, S. Starbuck, S. Storsberg, L. Thomas, J. Thompson, R. Touli, J. Sinibaldi. Third Raw: C. Tondre, C. Thompson, G. Thomas, D. Zuerner, S. Venerable R. Yudnich, I. Swain, B. Yorrigle. Fourth Row: D. Wisenor, L. Valencia, J. Vervair, M. Warrenburg, G. Smith, B . Thompson . 1 '41 -.-.-...... Fl an s. V K ,. I 'nu I c'-. lf' 4--1 we , I Miss Gilchrist H-B First Row: J. Brownell, L. Baum, F. Clemons, F. Catalano, S. Capeluto, D. Caughey, L. Bernard, L. Camacho. Second Row: C. Carlson, B. Bauer, P. Broby, R. Castro, K. Collicott, J. Brantley, T. Barr. Third Row: M. Bennett, D. Clifton, R. Bolan, F. Brown, E. Bathen, J. Church, J. Alforno, B. Bertino. fx Mr. Hughes H-8 First Row: S. Pihl, A. Miller, P. Mason, R. Paine, P. Lassen, H. Muller, J. Mason, M. McFadden, S, Olson. Second Row: L. Middiei-uutt, P. Mfcanany, N. Mciieown, M McLain, J. Phillips, P. Mcitone, J. Posey. Ytwiid Row, V. Oberg, L. Niue, C. Newton, P. Pericoli, L. Rhodes, D. Peterson. Fourth Paw, P. Olson, P, Patton, P. Pamana, P. Polmeieri, B, Pruter. -qs a 4 V. wav ..., -B Ov 1:1 nm L--1 :tbl an-P an wv i-66. - "' Jv- Nab. ks v Mr. Meder H-B First Row: R. Joaquin, C. McKeever, M. Minor, C. Magid, B. Krotz, B. Jacobs, B. Motto. Second Row: O. Merrill, M. Mirafka, L. Kuain, K. Lynch, B. Johnson. Third Row: G. Mann, M. Miller, E. Klugmun, P. Mason, K. Logan, E. Hook. CO 6' Mr. Silva H-8 First Row: N. Phipps, L. Silveria, A, Peterson H. Quick, R. Stolting, D. Simmons, B. Shutts, J. mah, a. Padfaaai. Second Paw- L. Rannn, Q. sauvana, 5. Sheppard J. Ouorn, B. Simmons, M. Silvester, R. Reimunn 5 sfnlam-1, r. Schroeder Third Row: L. Spivul, . G. Smith, D, Rundstrom R. Rundstrom, D. Senior K. Roberts, T. Turvev, R. Sbragin, F. Specrin. 'X Miss Vranna First Row: C. Collins, B. Faunfleroy, B. Coyne, M. Chadwick. Second Row: J. Crooks, M. Collins, J. Flynn, C. DeAlba, D. Craft, E. Cuccia. Third Row: J. David, D. Cebull, D. Celender, T. Ector, G. Frankie, B. DeMeIlo Hail to Che 16640114 White ALL HAIL TO THE RED AND WHITE, COLORS PROUD AND TRUE, BENEATH THY BANNER BRIGHT WE WILL STRIVE FOR VICTORIES NEW. OF THY FAME AND GLORY EVER SING, OUR LOYALTY WILL NEVER FAIL, LET THE MIGHTY CHORUS RING, ALL HAIL, RED AND WHITE, ALL HAILI fc"-1 MWMMW 'ks ' .,, u 1. Sl I 41 I ' . Yi I 7 AL all Q My li ' ' 1 I 'N A f f I ' I Y Y ' ' M xv , W .- .X 0 ' K- x C lx.. , ! L gif XX V , .. C 1, X ' rg I S WWW WW 1 if-2 , ,X Cb 7 L, Qi 3 T X WL UICD J A . - X ' V, L, X 1 11 Ss s A H' WW 'PV 3 'Y ff ' Q 2 'K xx 9 . -Llbx - U N. I .X f ,rf N ' ,f .Q V lx 1 :N ?,' b ra, ' I ml' ", W f 'v.YiW,45,' " .1 X I , ' J X X. U N Q n x Q9 X1 XJ Q . 'Q X P 'x J 'v . X X 'v iw XX: x JW W, 1 , s f . ' n L ' r 5 X N11 V 7 1 ' 4 - X X .' A I In if , f IL K S + 1 V yi . ,V X1 ' . f 4- ,yy ,, ,P J ,Q , Q Wm Ip ' . S 1 . S I 4 s f The largest attraction under the Big Top is made up ofa group of feminine .roupers known as the Girls' League. Within its ranlcs are the Big Sisters, Hostess, and Honorary Outfits, the directors of which make up the Board that takes charge of all enterprises performed by the distaff side. The year 1954 marks their 20th anniversary as an active group. ln l934, this troupe was organized under the capable direction of Miriam F. Gilsenan, Dean of Girls. Among its side shows are an annual Girls' Weelc, Dance, and Spaghetti Feed, which are always gala events. l Love A Parade! ! WM., . .vfwl . -em i mg up Legg K .I ,I 3 W. R' 1 l is . Q A .9 if M 1- X MMM GIRLS' LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVES I V"" HOSTESS C LUB fobovej lg O Q t 5 Q -r'S. fl D S' S- f i x , MN Y N 8 E llul BIG SISTERS Qbelowj GIRLS' HONORARY FALL .-JR :NY 15 hw' -dlih fame-,L GIRLS' HONORARY SPRING . Q -X I I SX Ik I V I I A Y 5. SENIOR GIRLS' VS. FACULTY 5? 1 -i: .- ',.: I ,., I , . A Y I "44' ::- f 9- I ff lgjh hi ' 4 f If I 53' S "'v'5P 'II I ' if L " -I ,I S :W I L 4' I , f " . :.iw:.1A,.h - -1 IE, , V' ax ,Q .. If 1' 2 4 EL ,V , T51 If, f E :Q ,A , if ji , W M75 Ju "E I R' if- 'NA ' S. 'N S - I 'M - - "'k"'-'ww - - ' I' -M if wi' 1 +gv-Kisffkw-M lf' ff' 416 . f- I 1 .K ,ev Jig ff- Lf I ' K 5 Y. ' . 2 'K -R1 J- "' If . 'Wig :"F"1U . ws A1 1. ug if , Y ' wi , """'1g,fnn -- 7 . " A 'I 'T ' ,Ha j ,. R ,RFQ XA as .V f ,, ,ga 1- I - 4 . A V IH M P, 4-45 X8 i 1 v A ...A ,yxi aw fl E"""'llun 3 BOYS' LEAGUE BOARD Qfopj BOYS' LEAGUE REP. fcenferl RALLY COMMITTEE Qboftomj Y lkfs. '00 'Y' , D V 4'- 1 n 4. E Y' ,, - NF :win , M51 "N wg-1 LAX M M . .W is Il Q' ' gm Q M34 wp 1 .3- - ' , Q . . it w, h 5, gs 45 g:,-' ag fi Q P .fa -QA P SERVICE CLUB ftopl JUNIOR RED CROSS Icenferj RED CROSS COUNCIL Qbelowj N C. S. F. Ifopj JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY Icenferl JUNIOR STATESMEN Ibelowj FRENCH C LUB -rlfy Ja- 5 , ! FK iii ,-. .r" 1 1 1 1 NEWSETTE STAFF as '- !!!, fiv-'fig ART CLUB I ,u 'Q-.- f',"K xi. F 0 O00 l Y 4,0 l ik.. .f ff 1 X COMMERCIAL CLUB ff? K r SEWING CLUB as FIRE BH! 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Pat Lynch Girls' League President Paul O'Gara Boys' League President IQ . EH 1- gllff Haard of Eontrol 1 fn 1 1 , Muscat Salma! Sang ALL HAIL TO THE RED AND WHITE, COLORS PROUD AND TRUE, BENEATH THY BANNER BRIGHT WE WILL STRIVE FOR VICTORIES NEW. OF THY FAME AND GLORY EVER SING OUR LOYALTY WILL NEVER FAIL, LET THE MIGHTY CHORUS RING, ALL HAIL, RED AND WHITE, ALL HAILI I "4 w N' uf 5 rf ff' N K f . A V tx-W if ,lf i-14151 QNX. w L1 K' X19 'rx xg ps-2. "'1Q.az15-:-.w-M, WL. . un, , V . "' li ' ' . QS! N lf H. 716: N ' Q' T'?'i.f'f X 1. fx A I 'Q x" -F .u..4l 11 V. iz .wi 9' ' llWl F Q 2,1 ' . "4 ,.-. ai K , 2' Xa ' 1 4 E., I' L I . .if ., - 5 7 in Rf 'lf-f'f'i5'1 . K 2 QQ iwti ' K W3 M, . X .Q M if X if '43 5 1 "" , ,, x' ' ,fx ,- x"'k' K 'Q N -5.- 'N -'rv 1, , g if ' wcii.. WJ 72' ,. AyW.,R ,X QQ 1 iff? Qi is W W iii W M ax Q fflfwwffww Wa 4 ' M M-ff l s. N4 1 M WNW E5 fd M JA 'WE Defi? 5000 P ' 0 24 ' ' 'QT'-2 T'-" L . ingif f- '- . 5- 1. 5 - fw fbx z. 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A-and Tl "'lfF'l1'v 'v las ill' uw, MQID-s-,L X ' . QQ QM , ff wen 'lm v '1 R QQ 1 wg" 68. Z,-f.. hh.. Y N4 E f . ' Q' if Q li Y l Q, 4 A 5, 2 1 , i n 9 . . , ALBANY 26 - RIORDAN 0 The Cougars had to win only one game to beat last season's record. On the first play-off scrimmage at Kezar Stadium "Bull" McKinney started around right end, fumbled, and Buddy Rogers grabbed the ball in mid-air and rambled 60 yards for the first touchdown. After this the Cougar offense never stopped. A much-improved line sent halfback Charlie McDonald into the end zone twice and "Bull" McKinney once. Don McFadin broke last year's season record in this game, con- verted twice, making the total 26. All this, added to aggressive defensive play, started the season off right. ALBANY 'I9 - ST. MARY'S 0 Albany next met St. Mary's on the Cougar Field for the City Championship. This was billed as a grid natural because of the eveness of the teams. Albany surprised everyone including St. Mary's, by opening up with a terrific passing attack. The first scoring drive came through the sharp passing of Charlie Borreani to Ron Hansen and Charlie McDonald early in the second quar- ter. The Cougars moved the ball from their 47 to St. Mary's 10, finally giving Charlie McDonald the scoring chores to lead 6 to 0. The next time we got the ball Charlie McDonald scored again, and the gun sounded for the half. Don McFadin kicked the extra point. From then on it was all the Cougars' game, with McKinney going to the end zone for another score. St. Mary's threatened once, moving ball to Albany's 7. But when the chips were down, St. Mary's couldn't get around Bobbie Thomas, end. Other line standouts were Ed Lewis and Red Watts, whose key block sent Mc- Donald into the end zone for the second score. ALBANY 'I3 - ANTIOCH 26 A A Albany opened league play against a highly-touted Antioch. Antioch's heavy line and T powerful backfield proved too much for the Cou- '. 2' F " gars. Albany sent McKinney into the end-zone 'iff once, and Ron Hansen caught a pass for the other score. But, try as they might, they could not match the scoring of B. J. Hill. ALBANY 20 - MT. DIABLO 39 Albany, in this game, looked as though they were going to walk away with the big one. The speed of Charlie McDonald scored two Coaches Craige Orlieb 8. Charles Clarke I . X V94 I 1 ? Y Z c at T T - xy lb ,J 4 5 I . Z 9? touchdowns, and the short yardage of power blasts by "Bull" McKinney, scored another, putting the Cougars, with two McFadin conversions, at a 20 to 12 lead at half time. But the two-platoon system of Diablo and the loss of Parrino, star linebacker, didn't help the Cougars. The Devils' line came back like a tiger, and their backfield out-scored our lead. The brilliant play of "Hurricane" Higgins on a 68 yard punt return, and two bootlegs by Q. B. Mari McKean, left the Cougars on the bottom of a 39 to 20 game. ALBANY 20 - ACALANES 'I2 Sparked by "Bull" McKinney and Charlie McDonald, and the passing arm of Q. B. Charlie Borreani, the Albany Cougars upset the Acalanes Dons for their first league victory. Charlie Mc- Donald scored three touchdowns, and Don McFadin kicked two conversions. Outstanding was the Senior Tackle Ernie Schorsch, who was 48 minute-man captain for the game. Linemen, Don Pihl and Ed Lewis and fullback, "Bull" McKinney, stood out on defense. ALBANY 'I3 - ALHAMBRA I9 Albany, in its worst game of the season, was upset by Alhambra. Albany was behind 'I9 to 0 when they realized what had happened. McDonald and Borreani scored one apiece, but we could never get across the tieing touchdown, even from the two yard line. Albany was also hit hard by losing Cliff Oiala, tackle, and Ed Lewis, guard, via the injury route. ALBANY 6 - PITTSBURG 'l2 Albany could not catch a fast Pittsburg team, although we got the breaks. Our passing bogged down so Center Don Pihl and guards, Mickey Kerr and John DeMello opened gapping holes in the Pitt line to let McKinney through. Again it was Charlie McDonald ramming over for the score. Joe Dorsey, who was out in the middle of the season, and shifted to halfback, was an- other star. He blanketed the Pitt passing at- tack, saving Albany twice by interceptions. ALBANY 8 - JOHN SWETT 6 Albany hit a rain-soaked field for its last game. The victory gave us a 4 and 4 record Captains Schorsch, McDonald and Lewis . W 5, QQ a A IMA, ..: ., X f.,fQe . , vw-5 ,. N f . .,,AA - 1i,f , 'wif 1 i 5' H 4 ' X 4 A .H 4' In K, Y "' f t... Qi-1350" ,. . - -Y .zgssv12:gn51'l'5'i ffm-' . W a' - ' i..i5isi'?'Wi:r' ' S- sizes ' ' fflffmsi ,gm K ' 1 ' K v 3::Qff'f9li P' i ' f fs.. , www-if Ayff .f ,ML . 'Q"'r1-5-szarflfi, 1 WY' 0 junior Varsity Sfwfbnll 1953 This year Albany's constantly improving J. V. football team played one of the best seasons in its history. Their record of two wins, two ties, and four losses is now onthe record books. If our J. V.'s keep improving this way, maybe some day big things are coming. Three big seasons for this year's success were: first, the excellent coaching of Coach William Savage. Mr. Savage came to us recently from Nevada, where he was coach, and will also handle the varsity track chores in the spring. Second, was a heavier line in almost every position, and third, a faster backfield, led by a cagey little quarterback, Jim Donahue. Although meeting bigger and heavier lines from other schools, our line held its own. Standouts were guards, Bill Togolini and Bob McNulty, center, Ernest Chapman, tackles, Rich Masuero and Fred Wol- ters, and ends, Don Keller and Jim MacManus. Backfield speedsters were: Bill Peoples, Fullback, John Hunter, Art Blunt and Kurt Freeman, halfbacks. All this put together by Donahue might mean the answer to more depth on the varsity next year. s Speaking of next year, Coach Savage feels that with an earlier start with the full squad that a better team will be developed. Co-Captains Donahue 8- Tognolini The Scores Coach Wm. Savage Albdny Opponent I4 Pittsburg 0 0 Los Lomas 39 I3 Alhambra l3 6 Acalanes 31 20 Antioch 0 6 Mt. Diablo 6 6 Pleasant Hills I8 6 John Swett 7 C - , 5 j T lf I B T J 3 K' 1 ' F T 0 BAN ' YA, 's,vBAA':b gl- ,.-fi' '- sy-, -.V BAN 1 9 Varsity Basketball This year's cagers captured their 3rd crown. Coach Ortlieb, with ALL-CCCAL Joe Dorsey, Charley Borreani and Charley McDonald back, filled out the team with Ron Hansen and Bill Larsen from last year's "B's". This high-powered team terrorized the league and finished with a 15-l record, four full games ahead, and were again invited to the Tournament of Champions. Albany, changed to the fast break and press style of play, had for the first time in a long while a power- ful bench crew, headed by "Bull " McKinney, Fred lbsen, Buddy Rogers, and Ron Brenner. Coach Ortlieb was able to substitute down to the fifteenth man several times during the season, even giving the reservesa chance to start and win a qame on their own. Albany set a prep scoring record for northern California with lO8 digits against Pleasant Hills and also Craige Ortlieb 'E 1 had the best offense and defense scoring marks in the league. The following honors were earned by our leading players. Joe Dorsey -team co-captain, lst team all-county, league 2nd highest scorer, team high point man. Ron Hansen - lst team all-county, league 4th high scorer. Charles McDonald - team co-captain, 3rd team all-county, co-holder of Most Valuable Player for '54. Charles Borreani - all-county honorable mention and co-holder of Most Valuable Player for '54, Albany, with several factors working against them such as iniuries and colds, did not do as well as ex- pected in the Tournament of Champions, losing to St. Mary's fAlbanyl the first night, beating Palo Alto the second, and losing to Chico in the consolation trophy game played at the U. C. Men's Gym on March ll, l2, 81 l3. In '54 the Cougars had the best team ever entered into league play. The loss of many seniors will hit Albany hard next year. But with Ron Hansen and Bill Larsen back from the first team and Bill Young, Don Pihl, Bull McKinney and Dick Day from reserves, Coach Ortlieb with the help of the "B's", should enter a tough team in league play next year. Captains Dorsey 8. McDonald f w 1. . .1 ny, ,,Vk K , M zu f M ,N . W5 3 X' -1: L ,liar ,, -Q, mf. f , 1 ,., X. , aw . '3li,p Y?""'gQ EE I A ,ya ff A ff 1 W - 1 1 ' qu 1, . 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V 'fx -qi S2511 X I, ,5 Li! wg , fl N On This year, more than any other year, the merchants proved themselves to be "Our Friends". With their donations, they showed their support of Albany High School through greatly helping finance our yearbook. We would like to thank each of them personally, but since that would be impossible, we print their names here for all to see. We can find no adequate way of expressing our appreciation, but we hope you will---by patronizing them. Bill Dublin was responsible for bringing in many of the pledges, and he deserves our heartfelt thanks too. Diane Werronen--Editor A. 8- H. Upholstery Albany Bowl Albany Cleaners Albany Foster's Freeze Albany Steam Baths Albany Tire Service Alert Cleaners American Florist Amerio Drug Co. Arrow Glass Bacigalupi, Dr. Robert J Bank of America Bank of Berkeley Berkeley Business Service Berkey Lee Garage Blank, Jerome, Realtor Bob 8- Tony's Chevron Gas B0-Kay Gift Shop Borgnino, Francis, M.D. Botsford, H. E. 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