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WIZARD ART The Golden Gate International Exposition is the theme of the block prints in this issue of the Wizard. The boys who have provided these block prints are Arthur 01ofson,Yook Ch ngNg, Robert Riley, Harry Sale, Robert Torstrom, David Rodger,Fred Stadlehofer, and John Anderson. The cartooning was done by Harry Sale and Edward Loebs. These pupils are to be commend- ed on their excellent contributions to the artistic work in our Wizard. — Merle Williams, L9 WIZARD PRODUCTION STAFF This term many pupils have coop- erated with the faculty committee to develop a W izard worthy of our schoo 1 . Inspired by the theme of the Golden Gate International Exposition they have freely given their time to the construction of this memoir of your school days at Burbank. The Wizard Art Staff have drawn the beautiful block prints of Treasure Island seen throughout the book, the typists have painstakingly prepared all the copy, the printers have set and reset the type to perfection, the photo- graphers have selected their best pic- tures for a favorite section of the Wizard, and the literary editors have collected, assembled, and written the great variety of compositions. The business and publicity has been effi- ciently and enthusiastically handled by the collectors while the difficult task of arrangement and finance has been executed by the faculty advi- sors. However with the aid and contri- butions of all the ninth grade pupils we believe that we have published a Wizard worthy of your approval — Barbara Lee Glayzer, H9 ROWING CREW This term, for the first time, we have a rowing crew. It consists of twelve strokes and a coxswain. Every other Thursday, under the supervi- sion of Mr. Williams, we go to Lake Merritt. The oarsmen of the crew are as follow: first strokes, Jiro Fujii and Earl Maccross; second strokes, Gordon Backlund and Fred Murakami; third strokes, George Panas and Paul Duncan; fourth strokes, Irving Ojala and John Perry; fifth strokes, Harry Harlow and Wilfred Mespelt; sixth strokes, William Henry and Joe Lopez. We hope soon lo be in good e- nough shape to compete with crews from other schools. — Max Pausch, Coxswain. JUNIOR RED CROSS The Berkeley Junior Red Cross meetings are attended by represen tat- atives from each school in Berkeley, including McKinley and the State School for the Blind. The president and the vice- president are from Berk- eley High School and the secretary comes from a Junior High School. Our business is to give reports on what each school is doing to help the Red Cross. The representative from the school for the Blind showed us the use of Braille. It was very interesting and we enjoyed having the representative there with us. At every meeting there is an article read from the Red Cross News or some one of interest talks to us. We enjoy these meetings and enjoy serving. — Susanna Denny, Representative
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USICAL G ANIZATI SENIOR BOYS’ CHORUS Kenneth Almeida George Axtell Seabron Calhoun Leonard Garcia Marshall Garrett Kenneth Leacock Frank Navarro Sam Pick Bill Plumley John Puccio Jesus Quiros William Rohde Keith Royeton Harry Sale Raymond Salonen George Silverfoote Fred Stadelhofer Moses Anderson Chester Arthur Manuel Bettencourt Anthony Ciraulo Joe Gambotto Allan Harrild Jack Lewis Edv in Mazzuchi Walter McIntosh William Mobert John Perry Everett Peters Emery Wetton Merle Williams Raymond Mueller Edward Gardner Spencer Seddon BURBANK BAND V ' arren Bryant Donald EltchinofF Don Timm Verne De Ago Lawrence Silva Melvin Haynes Richard Jones Frank Leal Ernest Green Zell Corley Everett Rickman Axel Lindholm Donald Sabin Betty J. Patton Donald Holman George Buckley Angelo Accurso Marie Aubry Raymond Botkins Glen Bilyeu Bobby Burkitt V arren Hansen Jack Loebs Jack Mercurio Paul Colombatto Robert Steiff Calvin Benjamson Norman Klehm Lawrence Hoffman Dwight Moody Berry Sexias Irving Ojala Paul Duncan Pinkey Armstrong Vernon Rezendes Don Gay Tommy Knudsen Eugene Cline Le Roy Pelley Tommy Blomberg Sammy Walker Charles Pryor V endell Hall Alvar Vickman Lucy Ann Morrow Charles McKenzie Lawson Anthony Justus Spillner Wilfred Mespelt Milton Strong Paul Hruska Earl Maccross Edwin Swanson M. J. DeBenning Lester Miretti Don Klehm Frank Theobald Clarence Dedrick Joe Lopez SENIOR GIRLS’ CHORUS Juanita Conn Laurel Gunnerson Aileen Ghidossi Miyuki Iwahashi Phyllis Johnson Linnie Lee Nettie Mercurio Dorothy Moran Laurena Myers Katherine Nylander Marian Poile Evelyn Ponsi Josephine Rinella Mary Silva Theodora Sonntag Virginia Townsend Kiyoko Tsuchida Dorothy Zimmerman Bertha Aubry Gertrude Cerwonka Rosemary Dick Dolores Fraser Ruth Friddle Alice Glass Dolores Koistenen Elinor Larson Eva Maranzana Theresa Martin Barbara Martino Helen Mediros Leila Miller Phyllis Neu Elizabeth Nye Lorraine Olsen June Peters Arline Roby Inez Saveley Margaret Wilson Lois Doran Yvonne Morris Lorna White Patricia Peterson Lorraine Allen Nadine Cormeny Betty Fratres Dorothy Rautio
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