California School for the Deaf - Foothills Flame Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

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SENIOR CLASS OF THE CALIFORNIA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF BERKELEY CALIFORNIA ,- in I'-23" , 1 ft -'? ,I-s. ay ,:'V. mf' V .P E ' -fw J . . , ' , 4 Q1 X... if .. -,- - Q,-'cl 'j V147 ' rf ,Jia-S -1 v' , gk 1 ,k .,. .5 1 5 .L ,'x ,, LH, 5 THE FOOTHILLS FLAME STAFF CHARLES G. O'CONNOR ........ ....... E ditor-in-Chief ERIC F, MALZKUHN ,,,,,, ,,,.... A ssistant Editor ILA A. FISHER ......., ....... C laSSeS BURTON L. GATES AND MARION E. TAYLOR .............. Activities EDWIN T. PRESTON ....... .................. B usiness Manager MARGARET F. G. ENGEL .............. Assistant Business Manager ConIen'rs THE SCHOOL THE SENIORS CLASSES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FEATURES JAM1-:s W. IIowsoN WiNF1i:1.o S. RUNDE Dedication QWe, the members of the Class of 1938, dedicate this book to Mr. James Winfield Howson and Mr. Winfield Scott Runde, retiring teachers. These two kindly benefactors of the deaf have the envi- able record of having taught for over thirty years in this school. Under their able tutelage many students have prepared for Gallaudet College and met with success in the entrance examinations. Now, as they wind up their pedagogical careers side by side, it seems appropriate that this book, published by their present and former pupils, should be dedicated to those two "young-old" men, Mr. Howson and Mr. Runde. The School Ever Onward CLASS POEM By MARGARET ENGEL, '38 Hail! our ivory and blue Long may they keep us true To our motto, and in life Keep us free from foolish strife. As we forge our way to gain, More of that for which we aim, May we ever struggle on Till the victory be Won. Friends and teachers, one and all, We have answered at your call. You have done for us your best, We have tried to do the rest. Alma Mater! thanks to you, As we pledge our faith anew, May we keep our vision clear For the things that you hold dear. ELwoon A. g'l'FVENb0N SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE 'After a long and steady pull, you have arrived. The going at times has been discouraging, no doubt, but then again it is the same in life everywhere. If it were not so, we would stag- nate. We have been Watching your progress with great in- terest and concern these many years, and we are extremely happy to know that you have reached your goal. We rejoice with you in your splendid accomplishment. Your record as a class stands with those of past classes. You are to be com- plimented in every Way for the work you have done. You have shown a great spiritg at all times you have been loyal, and your teachers have derived much pleasure from their contacts with you. 'With the firm foundation given you in your preparation for the future, it is my hope that you continue to build in the proper direction. Keep your motto ever before you and you are bound to win. My best wishes go out to you at this time, Q Sincerely, 62'.L.f-QNJQA ff Y 4 , J 1 mv , W - - ' f r' .,-11, 1- -. .+ Q .'n1.5.--- : --U s V '--f'.::A ' wf,.3 gpg. l rT,i,m.1. ,, -. 1' y, 5. -j - ga-, - 'f' '1'E'f"-'-i f 4 f"fr2'L',?l' ?1 L" f. Q. WM' .'. 5 ..,,. .4119 ,, ', 'fm A 1 v . 5 4 fri ,1 I . ' 6 15' ' , .I ,. TVg'5..'gf,f' .P .u 4 fit: .h ZZ. r Y.. 5. .Es- ' QQ -C 'fr '- xml 4 .. ,, .vi ,1....-.Wm r V :-1,2 buf, f Ljnf .' ,V , F , ,rd U, ,X A- 1 5. '5 1 ,' ,Q . .V qi . - . , . I .v .1 . ". 1 ' 1 ,xl .1 , U 6 . 1 1 A x -4 x .1 , .w I .rg v F' . 'J , ' OFFICERS AND FACULTY Front Row-M. S. Hester, A. W. Patterson, W. S. Runde, C. S. Hoxie, E. A. Stevenson, H. Franck, R. G. Parks, W. O. Chamberlin, J. W. Howson, E. S. Ladner. Second Row-Miss K. Ten Broeck, Miss M. Fenney, Miss H. Orr, Mrs. W. Hester, R. Brill, H. E. Bruns, E. Tillinghast, Miss D. White, Miss F. Carl, Miss C. Whitcomb, Miss H. Herrick. Third Row-Miss M. Robinson, Miss E. Newland, Mrs. E. Struck, Mrs. M. B. Cooper, Miss M. Bruns, Miss A. Gordon, Mrs. I. M. Lester, J. M. Hatfield, Mrs. M. Vinson, Mrs. V. Barnes. Fourth Row-Mrs. E. L. Wolf, Miss G. Olsen, Mrs. M. McCarthy, Mrs. C. Stricklin, Miss A. Luken, Miss A. Turner, Mrs. J. Purkiss, Miss M. Powell, Mrs. R. K. Birck, Mrs. H. Wetherill, Mrs. N. Stoltz. Fifth Row-W. C. Wilcoxson, L. M. Byouk, S. E. McArtor, M. Lapides, Mrs. E. K. Martin, Mrs. D. Richardson, Mrs. J. Trenham, Miss G. Gifford, Mrs. E. Louargand, Miss M. Hembrook, V. T. Wall, V. S. Birck. --pw.. 4' , , . Wffw "-wwfffw "'W vw'1m 1. .p -1.5 ,AN nu, If ., .? f. ' F Q ' if , .ut ' F t' ' . 1 W , b -1 L LQ" 'li 'R A , 'Il' -U 'Q P . gh ,, f- , , JB"-14' .'f . :.., 1 ,, ,- W, , ' ni E 1, The Seniors CLASS MOTTO EVER ONWARD CLAS-S FLOWERS csAnDENlA Ama VIOLET CLASS COLORS BLUE AND lvonv 1. .- .f 1 .gf Q -5 ri 'S' 4 si .JW -Wg. '15 Q -vi irf ' "3 yg....fM 4YA'. . 'G .3 . 4. 3-. r . .1 . '47, ,ug-f.-1-r - 1,4 is ,.,. -ww A 34, F .,.,,,.., i 1 124' ' ,. .:'- ' 1, . MA.-I ,..,,,',,. J ffr .E ,. 1 c 1 v ' f " I ' :gg 3:51, 1 'ln-,I ,4 . ' 13. ,ry .3 I 1 I ' ,. , 1 ., A . ,. I.. ' fi. 'Q H,-... 1 7... 4. Y 2 J , f-as M ,. , r . , 4. , A? Y. f,.,s " "I MARGARET F. G. ENGEL CLASS OFFICERS MARGARET F. G. ENGEL ...... ........ P resident CHARLES G. O'CONNOR ..... ..... . Vice President ILA A. FISHER .............. ........ S ecretary MARION E. TAYLOR ..... ....... T reasurer 'The senior class of 1938 has had a successful last year of its school life. The class, through its class meetings, kept itself well managed and maintained a standard of hard work. 'The members of the class remember as outstanding events during the year, the Bridge Party, the Christmas Party at Mr. Howson's home, trips to Palo Alto, to Stanford University and to Sacramento, the Senior Play, the Farewell Dinner, and the work on the Class Annual. QThe seniors will never again, as students, come back to the arms of their Alma Mater. Though they are now leaving, they always will carry with them the dear memories of their school days. Farewell, Alma Mater, Farewell! CHARLES GRAHAM O'CONNOR San Francisco, California EDWIN THOMAS PRESTON Oakland, California ERIC FREDERICH MALZKUHN Burlingame, California ILA AVIS FISHER Berkeley, California BURTON LEE GATES Turlock, California MARION EDYTHE TAYLOR Los Angeles, California H- www-Ai ' r , f au' ,fi , ' . ' -QM, 15, ,:.1,-,' -- .-. ' 5 '-m. '-if, - 1 I ' ,lf 1. , -' L Y 1 , r -f' ' , I, E yt. ew ,, 55 1. hvgf' um' ,',.- .r 7...- z 1. 3. " Yzxi' -1.- 11, ' ' 1 ' 1 A, . JE' 'KLL j'..'- Nw. 1.-Trvu " '- .V , I . ,a,.: f- -A . fgff 1. X J.-... ,: ..f- . .,--: . , L q' - fk , ' ' '.' . 5' -f, , S 4. T., , . N Q.. M5 , , . 1 , .-'gisj' 5: ,U ri I , . , The Classes JUNIOR soPHsoMoRE 1 FRESHMAN Y 7 W M ggi-.d"!6 5 4 I' "' 1 A 5--gvlffigrlfsx xc, -' fJH': 4 . w m , my .f, If ,fi- Lg-Ilgz. jf: 'lp . , ,M- -' 53? f,-53" 'V' .1525 r - -. 1:-1 - "5.,a,.i , ,.: W-,wg 1. 9 if 9' '--5 '15F.'l' lan ,- . wx- . '95 pLi12g'.f' 5' P,.:?EQ2 A1 I PM 'ff 6' .L .4591-Q. 7515? f Q W -+-- ":wif2i2E. -. ,gf Mgt? QQ ,fpaggmri-3 4:5 ' T12 L 73. 37-f. '-N21 .lj Lf: 5 1 1-FA' 2 .,. WF, . E W, ,A fp 'w:f.'g.'. , .- A..-,Q -' 4 Ly 1 f, ' wwf. Bin, f, "fi ' 5.,i'515:-' .-Q: , 12" 'ff fi Q 'iz H ,rl H., ,-4 , 1-l.v' 1 .K .1, 4 , n 3 x Q-f 211' THE JUNIOR CLASS MR. RICHARD G. BRILL, Teacher QThe class officers: PAULINE SCHNEIDER ,...... ........ P resident RUSSELL DRAKE ,........,., ..,., V ice President CATHERINE ENGSTROM ....... ....E4,. S ecretary FRANK SLADEK .......,..... ...,... T reasurer 'The Junior Class has progressed and will take the place of the Seniors and we, the Seniors, hope that they achieve more than We did in our subjects. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Mn. WINFIELD S. RUNDE, Teacher QThe class oiiicersz MAMORU OT0 ,,.,...A..,., ..7...A,A P resident ELBERTA TORGERSON A .,. , v.. V ice President RUTH TAKAG1 eeeeeee.,eeA ..,,ee.. S ecretary BILLY HARRIS .eee,, ,Y.. T FQHSLIFQI' 'The Sophomore Class has had an entirely successful and enjoyable year. Under the able tutelage of Mr. Winfield S. Runde in his last year, they have progressed nicely. 'lf' A- f f "ve X ,I biiYJf1k,?111-i?hm?.se"i'i THE FRESHMAN CLASS MRS. ESTHER K. IVIARTIN, Teacher 'The class officers: ARLIE TAYLOR ,.,...... ......... P resident MICHAEL SKROPETA .....e ,,....... V ice President DALE SMITH .........,....,......, ....... S ecretary-Treasurer 'The Freshman Class took a prominent part in school activities. The class has had a prosperous year with different activities around the campus and is hoping to attain its goal by being in the upper classes later. THE ALL-DAY SHOP CLASS MR. MICTHAEL LAPIDES, Teacher 'The class oI'Hce1's: THEoRALno RUF1-'A .,.. ....,..,,. P resident LARRY QUIJADA SS..SSS ..S,SS V ice President HARRY BERNARD ..... ,.....eee. S ecretary ICUWARIJ SILVA eee. .ee,e T reasurer 'From left to right: Mr. Lapides, W. L. MCClend0n, T. Ruffa. R. Wass Jr., P. Giorgiss, E. Warnberg, H. Bernard, E. Silva, L. Quijada, R. Cochrane, T Yamamoto, D. Pursell. In Memoriam B-EATRICE MARICN SCOTT . 5 - S. 2 " fs, - 1 1 nj 1. '1 ' .f , 1 -. F-1- J! . 1.2 '- X, , J -,ag :Hi V .. L , ., IL' 1-- . . if L '- IE 'af 4 . --f --1' ' .f,.,,,, .4. N .-5.7 . , F' i.1,,L' ,,u. A .., - mm ' C :Teil-E5:1V" U':'f'5' .IL f 541.1 U : 4.3. if Y?'V3Tm'55W??T'-i?T'?Ex ' .5ns,f.r1,g::f 1-7 .. .1 .14 , . L, H. .ffg nf ,gi-'.'f, f K-35 "'E "" " . A . 1 , . B '.,l A .W i--Q: ' A 11 ... 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S ecretary MICKEY CORSON ..,..........., ...,.,....,,.......... T reasurer MARGARET F. G. ENGEL .................... Assistant Treasurer QThis organization of the students was founded by the present president, Edwin T. Preston, with the help of the school authorities. It has been successful and growing stead- ily for the past two years. 'The student body is composed of more than one hundred and fifty members. Its purpose is to teach the students how to manage social affairs. Although only two years old, it is one of the most influential organizations of the school. 'Each December a dance is held and the Student Body Hop of 1937 was a colorful affair and one of the biggest social events of the season. ROGER SPECHT FOOTHILLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 'The officers: ROGER N. SPECHT ....... ...A..,. P resident ROY C. MILLER ......,...,..... ...... V ice President CHARLES G. O'CONNOR ......, ........ S ecretary JOSEPH F. POSPISIL ....... ....4..e,e ee.. T r easurer RUSSELL J. DRAKE ..,.. ....,S.. S ergeant-at-arms JORMA RANTA ...,..,.... ...........V...,LS C hief Candy Master FRANK E. SLADEK ............ First Assistant Candy Master BILLY G. HARRIS .S,......... Second Assistant Candy Master i6 ,3W5QE3! 5313? YTAWWWQ M5 515555 33131 ZZ liz: L MM I 1' i2XE2ffU5'35i34 Z ' S ' , 31 NS l49!"'wJxSIB:3'Ql2"Rt!'98i FOOTHILLS ATHLETIC ASSCCIATION QThe Foothills Athletic Association, the leading student organization, had a banner year under the able leadership of President Specht. This association was founded in 1902 by Mr. Winfield S. Rundc and has gained in significance each year of its existence. 'On February 22 the Foothills Athletic Association Banquet and Dance, biggest social event of the season, was held. The banquet took place in the Primary Dining Room Where a magnificent dinner was given. Mr. Runde and Mr. Howson, retiring teachers, made speeches. Medals were presented to Theobaldo Ruffa and Mamoru Oto, graduating gridders, and to Coaches Byouk and Parks in recognition of their many years of service as coaches of our athletic teams. After the banquet, the dance was held in the Assembly Hall, and it was voted a big success by all the members of the faculty and all the students present. CHARLES O'CoNNoR THE D. A. H. L. SOCIETY 'The officers: CHARLES G. O'CONNOR ....... ..................... P resident ROGER N. SPECHT .........., ...... F irst Vice President JOSEPH F. POSPISIL ........ ...... S econd Vice President RUSSELL DRAKE ......... .................,....... S ecretary ROY C. MILLER ,................................................... Treasurer 'The D. A. H. L. Society was established two years ago by Mr. Vernon Sterling Birck, the dean of boys. The name D. A. H. L. stands for Duty, Ambition, Honor and Loyalty. This society is composed of older boys. They have special duties to perform and the society is improving in every way. . . , 1 ERIC MALZKUHN THE CALIFORNIA NEWS STAFF ERIC F. MALZKUHN ....... ............,. .... E ditor MARY A. SLADEK .. ,...A.... ..... M anaging Editor MARGARET F. G. ENGEL .,,,...FF... ,,.,... Activities REPORTERS Winona Smith, Lucy Azevedo, , Elsie Paxton, Dick Gates, Ruth Takagi, Frank Sladek, Michael Skropeta, Dale Smith, Shirley Dunlap, and Arlie Taylor. QThe Students' Edition of the California News, the school's publication, under its new staff, made a great deal of improve- ment during the past year. THE GIRL RESERVES 'The ollicers of the Bona Fide Club: PAULINE SCHNEIDER ........,............ RUTH TAKAGI ,,EA.......,. E...... MARGARET ENGEL ............, .,...,.... , .. MISS MARGARET BRUNS ,EE................ 'The officers of the Excelsior Club: ELAINE BURKERT .....,.......,.........,... ELSIE V. PAXTON ...,, ........ SARA WILLIAMS ............. MISS DOROTHY WHITE .,.......,..... QThe officers of the Midget Club: WINONA SMITH ..I..,.I......,........ ROSIE HOY .....,......,... LA RAE COSTIGAN ...... MISS HELEN ORR .....,. PAULINE SCHNEIDER President Vice President Secretary Adviser President Vice President Secretary Adviser President Vice President Secretary Adviser 1-1---e - EDWIN PRESTON THE d'ESTRELLA LITERARY SOCIETY 'The officers are: EDWIN T. PRESTON .v,... ....,....... P resident ROGER N. SPECHT ...... ...... V ice President ERIC F. MALZKUHN .E.... ...,,....,..... S ecretary PAULINE SCHNEIDER ,,...,. ...... G irls' Treasurer JOSEPH PosP1s1L .............,..O......,........,....... Boys' Treasurer 'The Literary Society has held regular monthly meetings throughout the year. Some very interesting programs have been given, including debates, dialogues, plays and declama- tions. Minor parts have been assigned members of the lower classes in order that they may be trained to take the places of the graduating members. 'The purpose of the Society is: 1. To help and correct our English. 2. To improve our signs and finger-spelling. 3. To teach us how a meeting is conducted. 4. To train us to appear before an audience. 'Judging by the success of our graduates at Gallaudet Col- lege and elsewhere, it is evident that the society is achieving its objectives. ' J 4 - f 7' E , V- . 1' Q f ,f f .. z 'if ' ' ffl' L Cir i f X5 7M ftrvfffyfvwe if ,1 f yy.-Q J ffcfnff' fir? '- fifkz FJ 4 yff-4Y6"1dy J -5,tj'9'Z' 5 I A W4 Dfw .Saff ,215 If-7 -wr-sf WM l?M24f,f .45 A7 fin- 01. , QM!! -J1Q0 Ufzuaai- Woke X. 'J gjf7,L-,-,.g,L1 fL!"'l'f1- M ,pb a1,,7w,,,, MARY SLADEK GIRLS' SELF-GOVERNM ENT ASSOCIATION 'The Girls' Self-Government Association, now in its second year of existence, has, under the leadership of its president, Mary Sladek, shown much progress. The organization is somewhat unusual, as besides a secretary and a treasurer, there are also a fire chief, and proctors for each floor of the dormitory building. 'The association has proved a great help in teaching the girls discipline, and self-reliance. All members are encour- aged to acquire independence of thought and action, and it is expected that the members will develop into Well-bred young ladies, capable and courteous. 774A,f77,,,,,,-7505 , ..,. . O4 ,li 1,:w,-. Q ,,f, , .gg ,.t-.. .-Q M ' W QM-,.,Cfwffv4:7L,,f0X-fQ73MS'4!Pf'-fl, T pp p, p Awww., BOY SCOUT TROOP 11 'Boy Scout Troop 11 was founded in October, 1916, by Robert Sproul, who was the first scoutmaster. QThe present troop, headed by Vernon T. Wall, scoutmaster, consists of twenty boys divided into three patrols. QThere have been scouting activities going on almost all of the time during the past year. The highlights were the Cou.rt of Honor, which was held on January 28, and the Merit Badge Exhibition in which the troop received a high rating by virtue of a printing exhibit. 'The troop is sponsored by the 20-30 Club of Berkeley, and has been its guest on several occasions during the past few months. QPraise should be given to Mr. Wall, who is mainly respon- sible for the success of the troop. Z.3ZEGx r?5FE5lK'zTgi Afhlefics FOCTBALL BASKETBALL TRACK - E 2 E : Cofxcu Louis BYoUi FOOTBALL ROY MILLER, Captain 0 The football team experienced a very satisfactory season on the gridiron during 1937. The entire team was fast and light and also full of 'Ido-or-die" spirit and mowed down opponents, towards the last of the season, with a great show of power. 'The highlight of the season was C. S. D.'s overwhelming of their traditional rival, Saint Helena, in the Armistice Day contest, 27 to 0. 'The line was a regular pillar of strength and the backlield boasted of as classy a span of ball toters as we have had for years. D-ale Smith, star halfback, and Francis Price, regular tackle, were the only casualties. The scores were as follows: C. S. D. 0 Emeryville 3 C. S. D. 14 McKinley 6 C. S. D. 6 Livermore 6 C. S. D. 27 St. Helena 0 C. S. D. 19 Commerce 7 C. S. D. 20 Albany 14 C. S. D. 43 Pleasanton 13 C. S. D. 20 All-Stars 0 Umc II Louis Brook BASKETBALL MICHAEL SKROPETA, Captain 'The 1938 basketball quintet enjoyed a singularly successful season, winning the championship of the Southern Alameda County Athletic League. This, the first won by the school since the erection of the gym way back in 1913, brings credit to the coaching of Louis Mark Byouk. 'After losing two games at the start of the season the Foot- hills showed good fighting spirit in coming back to Win the rest of the games on the schedule. Q If any player is to be classed as such, the individual star of our five was Captain Mike Skropeta, brilliant center, who scored fifty points in the league games he took part in. Roy Miller and Theobaldo Ruffa played very well. Scores: C. S. D. 25 Pleasanton 27 C. S. D. 23 Pleasanton 21 C. S. D. 27 Emeryville 35 C. S. D. 27 Emeryville 17 C. S. D. 38 Livermore 29 C. S. D. 20 Livermore 14 COACH ROY PARKS TRACK ROGER SPECHT, Captain QAs has been the rule for the past four years, the track team of the California School for the Deaf, for 1938, devel- oped into one of the most formidable squads in this part of the state, winning the S. A. C. A. L. championship. lThree school records were broken when the season got into its stride, Edward Silva running the half-mile in 2103.7 at Davis to beat the old mark, held by "tow-headed" Duen Garner. Dale Smith, Lawrence Quijada, and Lawrence Shoemaker, a foursome of diminutive sprinters, broke the 880-yard relay record set by Baker, Carlson, York, and F. Davis in 1935. The four speedsters won at Davis in 1 :34.4, much faster than the old record of 1:35.7. QRoger "Lefty" Specht, the iron-man of C. S. D., set a new high in the pole vault when, competing against Piedmont High School, he soared eleven feet six inches. im.-. 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