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

 - Class of 1948

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' ' '. tl al.- . 1 . . 'kv 5 1 v . v I lv lu iv 1 1 and abilities. They can he for good or for evil: for service Q. I ' ' . A. 4 lv . . . u ' .' be S- , ,hh To the xl8fTllJ61N of the Class of 19-18 Sexelal xears ago when xoul palents h1st b1ought xou to school xou no doubt felt that the dax of soul g1"tClUc1t1OI1 was ages ln the futule Hoxxex ez those xeals haue passed sxxlftlw and xou ale non about to leaxe your alma mate1 Hou haxe had many x uled expellences here Thlough your telchers counselols and others xou hue xcquned reserxolr of tralnlng and know ledge flom xxhlch xou max drau ln blllldlng' a happx and Quccesstul l1fe successful and alooxe ill I WPI! Commencement means that Xou are now to take the 1n1t1 ltlke IH making use of xx hat xou hue lealned nn makmg xour nlche ID the uolld md through your accompllshments 1n Cl01l'1g credlt to xourselt xour famlly and xour School Xou haxe been splendld membels of ou1 school lxmllx and we shall mlss xou We shall match soul futule Wlth keen lntexest and as from txme to tlme ue meet agun each meetmg shall c lll to nnnd oul oleasznt 3.SSOCl1ll0I1S hue it the Callfolnxa School fox the Deaf qZIICllFlIl NIYRON A LLEnHoLTs P1 1114111611 , A i m . s PAQ 3 . , , , . . ' . ' y 1 Lv K1 , v -v 1 1 K1 . any 1 .v A1 ' Uv -lv uv 1 at 4 ' ' .' ' l' . 1 . V v 1. K VY af c v ff .1 Y. -7 -V I ' r 1 ' V 1 2 I 1' 7 1 v n tv vi 1. 1- 1 .1 i . 1 -v Z Lv, lv why 4 K lv 2 v 2 . . 1 It is our sincerest wish that your life will be happy and tv Z V I 5 . 4 . n' . . V n : 2 ' A v . ' ' ' 1 7 K. ' .S v A- . 'E ' tv 1 . 4 -1 1 In ' I - I 2 . V 4 A ' .' 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'Nm-4n.n0 To the 31611111618 ol the Class ol 1918 lou haxe come to tne end ol dll llonolallle school caleel and I conglatulate lou Lommencement Dax IS one ol the blg daxs ol xoul llxew It IN the goal fO1 whlch lou haw almed tll1OLlgh all xolll XCdlN al school The 11011018 that come lou todas Ol IAXL lea x lrullt lol XOLl1N9lXCN b mannel III Wlllill lou ll ue appllul XOLllSClK6S to each leal N and lou ulll fllld th'1t most ol them ulll lesult flom the ual lou conduct XOLIINQ-3lX6.S IH the claxx that plececle them x one ol XOUI teanllux I xhlll be lntelestecl IH NUUI lu llle dC.l1XIlltN I xhall hope to we lou make the beet use ol the thlngw all XOLH teacllelx lldle taught lou, not onlx T01 XOlllH6lX ex but alxo 101 the good ol' tlloee xllth xx hom xou xxlll he assouatecl X ou haxe nlx xelx llext ulshee lol succew and happlnew anc l llfm ol fllhlLXifll0I'lt and lxolthx SGIXILS lffllllj gums BYRON B BLRINILS an V ' 09 Z, to xv . lv y L , , . . u.v ' ' . ., .l. v L. y the . - ' - '. 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CLASS PROPHECY In mx bexxxldelment I tood 1nd Stcllhll I had ncxel dleamed Id some dax be standlnff IH a deep 1ungle on a cannlbal 1sland seelng a book that I mxself had xx11tten come t1ue I stood looted to the glOllI1Cl choklng back SCICEIHIS 5udden1x I xx 15 1e1ked back to 1e'1l1tx bx the c1x Cut' The mox 10 camela j:,lOUIICl to a stop intl I sxx ung HIOUHCI onlx to find one of the men xx ho xx e1c xx Ollxlllg xxlth the mox 19 comp 1nx makmg a mox 16 ot mx latest book Nllss he Sdld Ixe been llxlllg to get xou1 attentlon IOI the last IQIXG mlnutes He1e 1 mess zgc fo1 xou f1om the states The states of all places' I thought IS I torl the message I hadnt been IH the states fOl ten long xears I opened the mess we lllfl IIIITUSI tell ox Ll I xxas to be ln W ashmgton D C thls xerx mght to attend 1 b1ll to be g1x en III the blue Room of the Wlnte House bx the I1 sldent lllil hue It xx LS f1xe oclock I had onlx txxo hours to get thelc It looked hopelf ss untll the fl1l6Lt01 ot the moxle offered me h1s xet rocket Xl hat luck' I gr 1bbed mx loxellest ex enmg goxxn plaxlng It xxasnt full of moth holes attel so long a tlme and Jumped lnto the 1ocket Berole I knexx It I xvas III Washlngton D C I barelx had t1me to go to a hotel change clothes and get on mx xxax to the ball but I m 1de It a111x mg as the last guest I mlngled among the guests and lolned ln the ewcltement of then conx ersatlon and xx as begmnmg to get used to the people xx hen suddenlx a hushed exlence hlled the 1oom I looked around 1nd doxxn at the othe1 end of the loom a xoung ladx stepped onto a pl 1tform I asked a xxoman one hele who doesnt knoxx the P16,SlClPHt of the U S ' I 1ust stood thele staung Suddenlx I heald mx oxxn name c1lled It xxas the D16Sld6Dt speaklng Somehoxx I got to the st 1ge 1nd ln 1 due he 1rd he1 telllng all about me and mx books lusentlx sne turned and handed me 1 med 11 and as she shook lllflflp xx 1th me I h 1d a tunnx teellng 1ns1de There was somethmg flHIll15ll about hcl and he1 h tndshake but I xxas too con cerned ox el a g10l,lD g'1the1ed alouncl someone nea1 by I pushed mx xxax through the croxxd and to m su1pr1se there stood a sl1m young ladx xxlth bught led haxr She xxas tellmg 1bout '1 nexx method of teachlng the deaf Thls lntelested me g1e1tlx for he1 method sounded much eas1e1 than the method I h 1d h 1d to Lll1Cl6lgO When she fIIllSl'l9Cl a pe1 son ne ll me spoke Mlss Kltchen I dldn t get the lest ot the questlon Xllss Kltchen xx he1e had I heard that n1me before And then a thought h1t me I studled he1 closelx les thele xxas the same led han 1nd m1s chlexous gleam 1n he1 ex es It xxas P1t Kltchen mx old classmate Pat' I cued 1nd glabbed he1 shockmg he1 and the bx standels 1nto sllence Pat took one good IOOF at me and hex ex es lxt up II and'1 xxhat 1 sulprlse' And then xxe xxelc llllsllx talkmg xbout oulselxes Suddenlx Pit sad lhele ls a IiIT10Llb lJOYQ1 hele tomght I heald he knocked out Joe LULIIN ln one lound and Id llke to get hls autoglaph So off xxe xxent ln seauh of llm ' Y. 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' , , ' .. , 2 . 1 , . - 1 , ' , 1 ', ' 1 , v ' - , as , t - . 1 We crowded through to another group All rn the group were men o thrs must be the boxer Sure enough rt was but Pat and I stood starrng at hrm We looked at each other-each knowrng xx hat the other was thlnkrng and both grabbed hrm bx the arms He was so shocked he drdnt know what to do Ladres he ard I xe had grrls after me before but nex er thrs bad As rf xve could help rt for thrs w as Robert Daxrla another classmate We both talked at the same trme but somehow xxe hnallw made hrm under stand xx lro xve were and he r cognr7ed us Presently Bob offered to take us to laxe punch As xxe xxere walkrng along talkrng about ourselxes I was almost knocked off balance bx omeone w ho had the nerxe to bump rnto me Suddenlx the per on who bumped rnto me was pumprng our hands and saxrng If rt rsnt mx old classmates' We stared at hrm for a long trme before xve were able to recognrze hrm 'Ihrs brg hunk of a man xvas none other than Dean Swarm Dean we learned was Anrerrcas most famous professronal football play er Instead of three xxe xxere now four as we walked along toward the ounch bar Suddenlx Pat poked her elbow rnto mv rrbs and crred Hex look at those clothes' I looked and there stood a young lady dressed rn what I guessed was the latest ty le rn clothes We were so busx lookrng at the clothes we forgot about the person rn them She must haxe been drsturbed for she ard Please dont stare rt makes me feel so uncom fortable We stopped at that and looked at her and then we began to stare agarn Onlx thrs trme the lady xvas starrng too There before us Power s model cox er grrl and a mox re actress as well So that made five of us As we stood there talkrng nearby somethrng was berng sard about some formulas rust rnx ented rn the uncrxrlrved rungles of Borneo These were berng used to make the natrves smart at the wrnk of an eye Poor Pat was begrnnrng to look drscour aged as xve lrstened Then a xoung man stepped out of the group Vke guessed he was the speaker so we decrded to ask hrm some questrons But We never began for we were all tongue tred Thrs wonder man was none other than Terrx O Rourke Things were happenrng fast Thrs made srx of us as we went on to the punch bar We notrced a xoung ladx standrng alone bx the table She looked xery wrse and her appearance rrrxrted a second look I glanced at mv other classmates rn wonder ment and could ee thex xxere thrnkrng the same as I It was hard to belrexe but ure enough thrs was Bexerlv Wrlson xx ho had been the brarns of our class Wrth all sry. of us talkrng at once rt was hard to make Bex erlx realr7e who xxe xxere but we Hnallx clrd We all fell rnto an exerted conxersatron rrght rn front of the punch bar Bexerly was a professor rn one of Amerrcas leadrng colleges and thus was keeprng up her fame as the brarns We farled to notrce the tall man xx ho approached the punch table untrl he sard If xou xxrll be so krnd as to moxe ox er Ill haxe 1 lrttle punch Ile looked us oxer one bx one rn a xerx drsapproxrng xxax then startel to stare Such rmpudence we thought forgettrng the nunrber of trmes we had stared that exenrng Then he was talkrng rn an exrcrted xxax and we finallx learned hrs name xxas Leonard 'llarshall , , 1 ' v I 7 S .' 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'I v 1 v 1 ', V u ' A L n Len Marshall' Of all people' we cr1ed at once but what was he dolng here" We learned he was a well to do young man and had done every thlng ln h1s power to help char1ty Somehow I got to thlnklng of somethlng else I looked around me There were only elght of us There had been nme IH school Then I remembered Donna Troon the class attractxon back 1n C S D Say I sald Wonder what happened to Donna Troon Ey ery body w as sllent and thoughtful for a t1me and then 'ys lf the 1dea had hlt us all at once The presldent she we all crled at once No wonder she had been so fam1l1a1 The Presldent herself was Donna T1 oon Thls was no tlme for punch As yye left the table 1n search of the Presldent yv were each thmkmg What a surprlse she s gomg to get' REMEMBER Wllla remember when you nrst came to thls school how bewllderlng It was and what a perfect 'lttle angel you wele' Remember when 1n the IOIIOXVIHQ' year two o her l1ttle tots Beverly and Pat walked ln and what l1ttle brats thev yy ere Remember the scraps they were xn durlng thexr klndergarten fllys' Remember Dean yvhen you came Gee' What a l1ttle tougnle you were' However you dld not Jom the rest of us unt1l our Junlor year and how studlous you proved to be' Remember when plump l1ttle Wanda yvaltzed 1nto the busy l1fe over at Prlmary Hall only to be found later on w1th her nose deep a great blg doll her own sue around Wlth her and yvhat a real bookworm she turned out to be alwavs curled up 1n the llVlHg room chalr And Terry remember when you hrst came lust a l1ttle k1d yvlth great blg words and lemember the manual alphabet cards you wore out trylng to learn to spell And remember 1n the same yeal len came along but he d1d not Joln the class of 1948 unt1l 1n the Junloy year wlth Dean And oh yes remember when Bob came and hoyy he kept us 1n Qt1tCh9S most of the tlme' Remember yvhen we sklpped the nlnth grade only to nnd latm on our hands that hated sub1ect y t remember how Pat went nuts about lt And remember how Bey erly loathed blology' Remember our Jumor yeal how busy yve yvere then what wlth the Junlor Semor Party lwhat fun yye hadl And the Jumor Play-our prlde and yoy And remember how hard the dlrectors worked and IH the end yvhat a success lt was' And noyy our Semor year Remember the fun yye had the part1es yve attended the school shows yye sayy the Qtudent Body skatlng part1es the Llterary SOC18ty hlkes and the school plcmcs the G A A Dance the F A A Banquet and Dance the Faleyy ell Dlnner and the movle afterwards All these and others yye yv1ll alw ays keep 1n memory Remembel how hard we stu l1ed yv1th hopes of passlng the college entrancr examlnatlons 1n our mlnds And noyv yye are leaylng yve shall alyvays remember our good old school days' 64 Y' v ' I 1 . 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Iilw IU-zxflirng' 'wllwtirmg Typist 'I'p-mm i'rum :1 lnmk books hui f" minigllmw- Shu.-S IZ4-wr-ly Slm-py lim-lor's S104-ping "WMI-7" Algolmru 1'11llvm'ti11g' Typist 'USUN Illvilitillvff post czlnlx .4 ,, Z Y 'gf o r My-'f tn in -,A XJ PX LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT To Whomevef It May Concem We the members of the gladuatlng class ot 1948 of the Callfornla School fox the Deaf Palkel and YI alrlng Stleets CILX of Berkelex 12" degrees weet longltude and 38 degrees north latltude Alameda Countx State of Callfornla Lnlted States of Amerlca Western Hemlephere Earth Lnlx erse Wo 1 fmoet certalnlx not NIEHS, bemg of sound mmds and bodles accordlng to our own oplnlone do helebx bequeath offer bestow donate and 1el1nqu1sh to the next xear senlors all the thlngs that thex max consldel lmpoltant ln thelr own use though there are xerx few and to our frlends -mx tlnng that we mlght haxe dropped ln our haate to leave school Max thex be of better use to them We the glrlb of thc sen1o1 clase do herebx bequeath to the glrlb of next xear s sen1o1 class ou1 dlIII to make a tradxtxon out of studxlng ln our own rooms xxlth the adxlce that to do thls there should be no unnecesaalx waete of tlme We the boxs of the sen1o1 class do herebx bequeath to next year senlol boxs the cozx clubroom ln the annex and all the honors and p11x1 legee that come wlth the tltle Senlore I Robert Davlla do herebx bequeath and bestow my poeltlon as sports lmotype operator to anvone who wants It I Patrlcla Kltchen do bequeath to Paula Ball my place ln the demon stratlons wlth Dr Stevenbon and M1 Leenhouta and my fondnesq of sweet stuff to Verona Chax ez who neede to put on welght I Wanda Long do herebx bequeath to Sx bll Drullard mx ambltlon to be a wo1 ldlx author fmax her ambltlon be better than mmej and to Vllma Owen mx ab111tx to stump anx bodx ln an argument I Leonard Malshall do helebx bequeath mx abllxtx to get out of trouble to Donald Ingraham and mx loftx helght to Robert Tlmmone I Wllla McK1ndley do bequeath to Corrine Lee mx loxe for muslc and mx ambltlon to be a professlonal typlst to Elmarle Nordlund I Terry O Rourke do bequeath mx loxe of potatoes to T1 oy Dax enport and mx rabld lnterest ln the Umx QI s1tx of Callfornla football and baaket ball teams to Gene Crltes I Dean Sw a1m do helebx bequeath mx 3.ITlbltlOlIS ln mechanlcal dlaw 1ng to Ronald Atkms and mx lnterest 1n art to Joseph Velef I Donna Troon do helebx bequeath to ROSQIIIAIX Rarldan mx unearthlx ambltlon to be 1 model md to Jean Harmon mx lnterest ID Xxlltlflg' poetlx I Iaexellx Ihlson do bcqutath to SdlIf0ld D1 Lmond mx weakness of sleeplng anx w helt anx txmc and the hablt of argumg wlth Lorrxne I ee for the fun of It to F8101 Rueh n 1 1 4 vi 1 I Q 1 ' v V ! K, 1 1 7 "' 1 v . 6 1 I l Y l K ' 9 1,9 9 ' r ' L r ' ' v . . Q v ls 'S L r 1 1 1 ' '1 y 1 ' 1 ' 1 . , . . . .- . tv lv K1' 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 K1 1 K 1 tv y . kv, K ty . 7 l I 1 A v ,1 1 . 1 1 11 4 1 . 1 4 Q . l V. l . I . . .., v 1 1' 1 7' . '1 . ., 1 or v . .. t . . Y 1 1 l 1 I1 1 ' 1 11 y ' 1 1' 1'- ,' ' u - 11 . v 1' l 1 1 9 7 K edltor of the F. A. A. to Jerry Cunningham, and my ambxtlon to be a . Y V . . . . I 7 . - ! 3 7 1 , . 1 1 A . . . I, .1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 y J Y . . . . v Y I - . Y 1 I ' Y l ! 1 ' 1 1 ' 11 1 v y ' . 7 7 ' 7 1 7 1 v " 7 7 1 1 7 v 1 1 1 ! Y 11 Y 4 L 1. L 1 1 l 1 f 1 . 1 v v . ' 1 . 1 I 1' v 1 1 1 1 ' ' . l 1 1 v ' 1 . 1 1 r ., I . . .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 ' . 1 v ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , 1 4 1 v . 1 l s 1 1 c 1 5 1 , 1 1 .t1 " L. y , 5. . ' 1 'Z v 1, 1 . A.: L. ' . A, 1 .,, . I. ' L2 1 ' . ' 1' 1 ' J ' 1 ' L 1 STUDENT BODY Another of the schools many organlzatlons IS the Student Body It IS run by the students themselves wlth the counsel of the Deans lVIr and Mrs Blrck Thxs organlzatlon IS composed of students from the elghth through the twelfth grades Vleetlngs are held on the econd Sunday of every month They are conducted by the presldent Student Body dances were held almost every month throughout the school year These dances were planned by a student commlttee selected by the prlnclpal Much tun and enloyment were obtalned from the dances For thelr annual outlng' the members of the Student Body went to the Berkelev Ice Rmk for tvyo hours of spllls thrllls and chllls Ex ery one even the chaperones had fun But the Student Bodv wasn t all play and no work A huge amount of buslness whlch concerned the students ln general was taken care of at the meetlngs Sanford Diamond Plcszdent Elmalle Nordlund l ue Pfciulent Terrv O Rourke Seuetcuy Troy Davenport Boys Treasuler Beverly Katz Glrls Tleasurel Manuel Agune Boys Sgt at Aims Nlolet Brown G lls S t at Axms These capable officers led the Student Body through a very successful year The Student Body Creed IS So mgh zs glandeur to om dust So new zs God fo man When duty uhzspeu lou Thou Must The youth replzes I Fan 1 . L ' ' s 7 . 5 n VY ' 7 . . , U . Y K . H . H . l 7 J- , ., . s V , The officers for 1947-1948 were: 1 ' , - '.-V -' , 7'. . " 7 ,. . 7 1 ' 7 , ' 7 x '-V 'hi '- - . V' ,W:.1 gc- . Ki !! , ,. ' -1 vs , e . FOOTHILLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Foothllls Athletlc Aeboclatlon went through a Xen successful Xear ln lts fO1tX slxth Xeal of operatlon The assoc1at1on continued to be under the capable guluarce of Me SIS Bucx BUIHQS and WIcA1to1 wlth the addltlon of N11 Leo NI Jacobs Dean Sw alm led the dSSOC13.tlOII thw xear as plesldent Hlghhght of the xeal was the annual banquet and dance held on Feb ruarx 21 Thle was one of the grandest affalrb of recent xefus Lettel awards wele plesented to the membe1s paltlclpatlng IH athletlcs fo1 tb past xeal and honol pms to the gl aduatxng members A fine t1me w as had bx all those puvlleged to attend The ma1o1 alm of the 1SSOCldt10II belng to bulld chalactel and make bettel CIIIZGIIS of all 1ts membels the aisoc1at1on Sll1elX fulfllled 1ts pu1 pose thls xear The officers fol tllh xefu H916 as follows Ilcan Swann I ICSIKIQ ,11 Iffllll Ihamond I 1 mclt IIIXIIB S ll Ollclld W1 ushall S ljfl 1 nucl Agllllt 11117 IH I llus 4 owalcl lung, 1 Il In xc tlo S lgen melt llaxlla Sf ffff I LIIN 0Rou1lc 1 f Frzfm Togethel thls cap able g'10L p ot OIIICQIN carlled the xssoclatlon Illl0llgll 1ts xelx succes ful xeal The dSNOLllIl0Il will long lemembel them tm then hue ments The Foothllls -XHIIEIIL -Xssoclatlon clcecl IN Il hen the One Great QCOIQI comcs to YKIIIQ lgdlllwt NOIII name llc XX1lt6N not that xou w on O1 lost but how Nou plaxed the game v - 1 - 1 . 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V . . - - X f Y 1 - 1 " A A ' Y - 1 ' THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Guls Athletlc A soc1at1on IS an o1gan17at1on to wh1ch the g1rls who are aboxe fifteen xeals old may belong The glrls must show then lnterest ln hawlng the opportunltx to lmproxe the11 charactels Th1s orgamzatlon IS of great benefit to the members bx teachlng them good f1ll3.l1t1QS of sportsmanshlp coopelatlon and lnterest ln athlet1cs and outdoor llfe They should 1eal1ze that these qual1t1es a1e of great value For soclal l1fe thls organlzatlon p1ox1des the members good tlmes at a blg dance h1k1ng a b1k1ng outlng and sex eral other outmgs They haxe a blg dance eve1y yeal at Chrlstmas tlme and the gxrls usuallx put the people lnto the Chrlstmas sp1r1t bx beautlfully decoratlng the audxtorlum where the dance IS alwaxs held In the sp11ng tlme the membe1s always show thelr sp1r1t 1n golng h1k1ng and they sometlmes haxe a barbecue after a long h1ke As fo1 the blcyclmg outlng the members often go to Lake Merr1tt Wh1ch IS IH Oakland some t1me ln Aprll There are also other surprlse act1x1t1es The members are always full of sp1r1t durlng all the thlee seasons 1n games agalnst hearmg gl1lS flom XHFIOUS h1gh schools and thex plax not because they want to VYIII but because of thelr loxe for sports As for the OITICGIS thls o1gan1zat1on elects new OIIICQIS exery seal IH September and each officer has a 1ob to do Thls helps them by glxlng them a good qualltx of respons1b1l1tx The OITICQIS of the Gul s Athlet1c Assoclatlon th1s yeal ale as follows BCWGIIV H11 on Preszdeut Donna T1oon I ue Pu ldent Vlllla NIcKlndlew Src stu J XIIIIVI Owen Cfnespmzrlznq Seucfury Patrlcla Kltchen Tl msn: fl V5 anda Long Spmfs Ed fo: Rosemaly Ralldan Srzgznnf at Arms The G1rl s Athletlc Assoc1at1on has NI1s NIaha1 the members coach IH sports to thank for he1 wonderful work ln 1nsp111ng them 1n the11 athletlcs The same goes fo1 Mrs Buck and Mlss Bruns the11 advlsers ! 1 1 v v v 1 f v ' v 1 ' 7 l ' . 'A vs . K 4' ' -A f y vs , ' - , s I . . which they play volleyball, basketball, and softball. Often they play in yn 1 ' 'I U as ' - 'S ' ,ws ' ' 'K K . . K. x.: v 'tv "S V -f ' . Y ". -vs' J 7. . V FYI -y --s 'I .. -, ' ' . t , I 1 . 4 . I '- ' . ' ' ' I v L I L. Z' . . .' v AW, . , - - , 1 ' 's ' ' ' v f .. l - ,v I I . A . . I , THE d ESTREI LA LITERARY SOCIETY Anothel of the student olganizations is, the d Estiella Llteralx Societx It got its name from Theophilus dEst1ella 1ts founder The DUI pose of thls organlzation IS the dex elopment of public speaking abllltx plogram bulldlng good audience b6h3Y1Ol and co1 rect use of signs and hnger spelllng on the platform Membeis range from the eighth grade thlough the twelfth glade At the openlnff of each school vear an electlon of the OIIICBIS ie held The OIIICQIS for th1s xear 1041 1948 xxere as folloxxs Donna Troon Prcszdent John Vl oods I ace P1 cazdcnt Sxbll Dlullald Srcrctaiy Dell Monahan Fnls Tzcfzsznu Leonald Marshall Boys Trczzszncl Teruko Kubotsu Gzrls Sergeant of Aims Sxlx estlo Inga Boys Sergeant at 411118 On the thlrd Sunday of each month the Llterarx Socletx gixes a pro gi rm Paitlclpants ale chosen bx the Facultx and Executixe commlttees and are expected to do their best and to be plepared beforehand xxith on the progl am Fxelx xeai ln the spimg contcst are held to choose the best songs sroit stories and plax lets slgncd and acted bx the contestants Pr17es of one dollar and less ale axxaxded to the xxmners Fxerx xea1 the JUI1101 Class gixes 1 Ing plax xxhlch IN mx sterlou eiious oi humolous This xeal the Jumol Class presented Une Mad Night It xxas a mx stelx murdei comedx Fxch spring the Litelalx BOLILIX lccompamed hx a fexx teachers goes on 1 hlke 111 the hills nc ll oul school 'lhis 0CCl1ls in the morning hcfoie xxe h xxe oui annual school DILIIIL ln the aftelnoon In all lespects the Iltei 11X QOLl8tX has had a xeix successful xear y ce E X. 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Q2 .iv L .- -' 1 .1 1 a v 4 .uv K1 5 a Aw.: lv 1 ' FOOTBALL The 1947 football season was fairly successful for the CSD gridders The Foothills came from three stiaight defeats to smear all opposition ln their last two outmgs Though thew play ed superblx in the tint three games the Foothills lacked the scorlng punch that makes a winning team Despite all their hard luck the Foothills held their opponents to respectable scores and It can be said that the 1944 squad u ts one of the strongest teams to wear the orange and black in recent yeaxs No non conference games were booked this season Following 1 a short summary of the games CSD 6 October 10 Emery 19 great East Bay rivals from Emeryxllle CSD 6 Octobei 17 Ln ermore 13 Though falling short of tl elr xovs to um the Foothills play ed one of their best games in losing to Ln ermore CSD 0 October 24 Amador 18 It was any body s game but ewervthlng Went wrong for the Foothills and when the smoke had finallx cleared the Foothills were heading home on the short end of an 18 0 score CSD 25 October 31 San Ramon 6 Still red in the face over then poor shovung at Pleasanton the determined Foothills gained back their prestige by running ox er a light but fast wolf pack from San Ramon H1 CSD 44 Nox ember 7 Llbertx 19 The Foothills finally broke the imx ovel Libex ty bw handing the Lions a terrlfic pastlng for the Foothills first mn ox er the Brentwood team in almost a decade Y Y ' l 41 1 . v n " ' 7 , . ml I .l S, . ' F' 1 'I 1 1 1 C A n n ' y .- . , . . - ' ' . . S Playing in a sea of mud, the Foothills dropped a bitter battle to their I Y Y Y. ' w -1 ' v 1 Y' ' 1 - 9 Y , Y . . ' , D . . v . 1 nu v. K , BASKETBALL The 1948 cage squads both varsltx and Junlor varslty went winless throughout the league Campalgn Showlng a d9C1d6d lmprovement ove1 thelr last year s 6ffO1t 1n uhlch both squads vxon two of ten league tllts the orange and black hoopsters could not match the os erwhelm1ng talent thelr opponents had to offer The varslty was far mole lmpresslye than 1tS younger brother, the Junlor varsltv The varslty though rlddled by hard luck all season was regarded no less than a threat by all 1tS opponents Larry Jones was the sparkplug of the team plaung his usual br1ll1ant game and runnlng otl wlth top scor1ng honors He was placed on the second team 1n the league all star poll mlsslng the fil st team berth by a smgle polnt Two other play ers Troy Davenpolt and Gerald Kahnert also received recognltlon Followlng are the varslty scores for the 1948 league campalgn CSD L1be1 ty CSD Llberty CSD Emel yvllle CSD Emeryvllle CSD San Ramon CSD San Ramon CSD Llvermore CSD L1ve1 moz e The Junlor varslty made up almost entlrely of newcomers d1d not fare so vsell agalnst 1ts stlonger and more aggresslve opponents but however the boys had a lot of fun 1n playlng the game Follovung are the team s scores CSD I lbelty CSD Llbelty CSD Emexyvllle CSD Emelyvllle CSD Amador CSD Amadol CSD San Ramon CSD San Ramon CSD 20 Llvelmole CSD Llvermole Coach By ouk IS to be congratulated for the fine sportsmanllke conduct hls teams dlsplayed throughout the season And xt can be sald that ahead or behlnd h1s teams were plasmg ball untxl the final gun - , , , . , , - Y - 7 . 7 3 w ' ? 7 7 1 7 ' , l . , , . 32 ' ' -13 34 ' 52 23 ' ' 56 37 ' 63 CSD 44 Amador 55 CSD 43 Amador 45 41 43 42 55 38 ' 40 26 ' ' ' 58 v 7. , ' : 9 1' ' 31 15 ' ' ' 25 4 ' ' 38 34 ' ' 47 8 38 ' l7 ' 32 13 29 .. 16 20 ' ' ' 40 18 ' ' 28 TRACK As the Annual goes to press the Foothllls are preparmg themselves to undergo one of the toughest schedules 1n the hlstory of the school In order to retam their prestlge the Foothllls must hurdle such tough opponents as Berkeley Albany St Josephs of Alameda and Martmez and p1t thelr strength 3ga1IlSt the cream of the East Bay Countles Athletlc League at the league meet at Brentwood Should the Foothllls take the league crown they w1ll enter the Northern Callfornla mvltatlonal meet at the Unlverslty of Cahfornla Whether the Foothxlls can survlve thlS rugged test rests chlefly on the capabllltles of the team Already coach Byouk s charges haxe shown slgns Thls year the Foothllls are fieldmg a rather large squad compared to the smaller teams of the past Hard practlce has moulded lnto the team confidence and aggresslveness Celerlty IS thelr key note and thev wlll be out to prove thelr upremacy on the cmders Any honors the boys achleve thls year probably w1ll be as polnt getters rather than as record breakers for the track records set by thelr fore runners of the past seem almost unbeatable By the tlme you read thls the Foothllls record wlll be 1n the book Wm or lose they W1ll have demonstrated thelr mlghty stlng SCHEDULE Apr1l 20 Berkeley Hlgh School Here Aprxl 24 Albany Hlgh School Here April 30 St Josephs Hlgh School Here May 7 League Meet fat Brentwoodj May 22 Mart1ne7 Hlgh School There 7 . . . , . Q U - - , 7 . . . , Y Y . of promise, even before the season is underway. 7 . . S . . - , ' - . . . , . . , . , . v J GIRI S SPORTS The Gl1lS AthlQt1C ASSOCldt1OI1 IS proud of the g1rlQ who made up th1s sears NDOITS teams 111 xolles ball basketball and softball In com pet1t1on 111th teams f1o1n l1Lcl1lJX hlgh schoole the glrls ploxed harde1 to down than ex 91 befo1e Poth tl1e A and In teama showed a vast 1m DIOX ement 1n the11 19601118 both 111 X1CtO1l9S and 1n spo1tsmansh1p ower the past xea1s Thc openmg semestex oi the school 1 e 11' found the glrls deep 1n xollex ball D1 act1ce and 1n ldt91 games mth he 1r1ng teams from Berkelex Hlgh Emerxulle H1gl1 and bu1banl1 Jun1o1 Hlgh thes came out uctorb 1n mo1e tha11 half of tl1e gamcs Vollexball season OXGI then came basketball p1act1ce The A team d1d not have qulte so mucn luck as the B team but thele was not an opponents team that could hold a candle to 1tS flghtmv Splllt The lesulte of the A basketball games vsele as, folloxw GAA GAA GAA GAA GAA U Thc B team blsketblll 1LNL1l1N GAA GAA GAA GAA GAA 0 Be1ke1e5 Bu1 bank JI Emeu x1lle R1chmond belkelex Bulbank Jr Emezxxllle bmbank JI R1chmond Hlgh Hlgh Hlgh Hlgh Hlgh Hlgh Hlgh H1gh H1gh Softball 1 inothcl populu con111et1t1xe spolt among the G11ls Athlet1c Assoc11t1o11 lhc g11ls huc 11101611 s 11 111111 seem l1e nclec 1 ll Np0ltS Tl1lNlSC1ll to thc H1111 111111 ot ou1 coach M1s Nlahar and he1 Cllilllllllg' 11at1c11cc 11 co 1cl1111g, thc tc1n1s She desenes mo1e credlt than c 111 be .g,1xe11 the members of hald to beat ln a b11ght future 7 l 1 1, . 11 al: . .1 . v I 1 v g Vw 1 1 1 ' v v ' 1, ' K ' 1 C 7 7 ' - V . , . . 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