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

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' f - - . , . .. 1.3 y 11' Xlxnox A IEFNHOUTS BYRON B BKRNFQ Innfzpul I 'th Glade Tuuhm x X XX UI 5 Rl xml 1- XX ARTENBFRI XI uw XX ROBINSON 111111 In pn, fm: nf Xu: ufmnul lla pm fill! nf Inf! 1 me dzrffc Dpmn hm nf Xmxox 5 Bmck RLTH IX Bmcx hum of Boys Dean of Guls THE SCHOOL STAFF Class Acknowledgment C50 the Jlflernbers o the School Qeryonncl We S11111111 s 111 1949 161811101 11111ss 111 1116111 17161111167 ofthe .school stafj' 11111 g1eo11es1 1111111113111111111 111 1111 111111 h111 11 1111111 1111 11s 1h1o11gh11111 our .sch1A11 111e 111 the Cflllffll 11111 School 1111 1he Deaf D1 S1131 e11so11 111, 111111111 1111 h1s p11 1111111 111111est 111 each 111115 N111 01111 of 111, has 111111 161118161 0611111582011 to lL1S ojvhce 11he11e1o1 we needed 111 C10 to h1111 101 Cllll ICP 01 111112 1111 11111111 h1111 1111 hzs s111llf111 1111111c1ge111e11t of the school 1h111 has 111111 111111 1111 11 1 1111 1111118 11h11s1c111 11191lfC1l 111111 s11111111111 01 f6GCl16'1S 11611111111 1111 111111 c111s1 11111111111111 1111111q 11s 11 1111111 111 11111111 111111 111 11111111111111lo111111 11 M1 C111fI1W7S 1111111 111111 111111 11ss1s111111s 111 1h1111k fo1 01121251 so 111111311 11f1he11 111111 111 11111 181110 Zl 11111111 f1l11111ljflLl 11111611 of 11111 1111 72 pCl1P1ZfS We h1111 spe111111ox1 111 11111 1111s 111111 111111 111 the school We S aluays 1111111111101 111111 of 11111' 111111 111111111111 611111 1111111111111 T111 S1111o1s of 1949 ' 1 1 ' -' 1 K1 - 1 1 1 . , ,f 1 , 1 ' ' 1 I ,- -1 . 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Sgiwgqgg 'f".l--Q.-51 r. 5 Quai CLASS POEM Many years ago together A hzndergarten class we tood Wzth excellent zntentzons That sometzmes turned to good W e etudzed subjects nezghty That nm ez fneu quzte clear We falter ed by the wayszde But now at last we re here Although the tasks you set us Were clzphcult to do And the scholarshzp requzrements Oft made us cross and blue 1 ou ears u ere deaf to pleadzng ll t norled u zth all our mzght ind to a noble purpose As ue attest to nzght We ll take no tear ful leamng Well say no sad good byes The world befove us lzes Oui school days have been happy But nou tzs tune to go Behznd are rtcollecttorzs Ahead our futures glou As chzldren tzred of llaymg At sunset hurry home Back to our loz ely campus We too someday shall come 4nd uhen across our pathway Times cool gray shadow falls You ll hear our weary footsteps Returnzng to your halls To you oh Alma Mater Our loyalty use an e Thzs be your prtde and honor You taught us lou to l IC Adaoted AUTHOP Ln xou Is , y , . y . y , S , ' ' ' ' , . g 1 I 4 0 ' , . 7 y . 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NA '33 ,- , ' ff: :HM ""f' lLast Wrll and Testament To Whomevef It May Concern We the class of 19119 of the Callfornla School for the Deaf Berkeley pallfornla do heleby declale thIS as and for our last w1ll and testament abxog 1t1ng any and all vnlls heletofore drayyn up or publlshed by us We no hereby glye and bequeath To the Faculty of C S D our expressro s of affection and grateful appreclatlon of all they haye tued to do for us To the class of 1900 we bequeath the prlyllege o keeplng the tradl tlon of studymg 1n oul rooms at any tlme at nlght as well as all honors accorded a Senior I Lucllla Chay ef. do heleby bequeath mv mtercst ln ty pmg to Vlrgmla Vlllal and my hearty laugh to Ahce Davenport I Jerry Cunnmgham do heleby bequeath my favorlte saylng Bah md the Job of runnlng the movle proyecto to Robert Sewell I Verna Depevw do hereby bequeath to alrene Becher my contlnuous worry over my dlet and my hobby of collectmg tamps to Phyllls Young I Sanford D1a:mond do hereby bequeath to Donald Ingraham my con stant yylse crackmg and my talent for f ellng at home on the stage to Joseph Velez and neat appeal ance to Donald McCune and my fondness for readmg good books to Connle Black and Ann Roblnson I Teruko Kubotsu do he1 eby b queatn to erona Chavez my habxt of eatmg too many svn eets at any tlme and L0 Katherlne Petersen my regular place on the Honor Roll I Dell Monahan do helebv beque I to laylnar Ernmer my cunnlng trlcks for keeplng out of the tenth perlod and to June Dxckerson my sklll ln maklng pretty sults I Elmar1e Nordlund do herebv bequeath to Ah e Davenport my Job after school and on Sdtl1ld2lXS to James Barton my fondness for readlng and to Lo1s Hooper my hobby of maklng over old clothes I Vllma Ovy en do he1 eby bequeath my must for styllsh clothes and my love for art to Cherle Bond and my long p0S1tl01 as cheer leader and my gl eat collectlon of cologne to June D cl ersol I Lou Pandula do he1eby bequeath my hablt of readmg the sport sectlons to Joe Velez and Donald Ingraham and my ablllty ln photography to Robert Lee I Rosemaly Rllldall do heleby bequeath my posltlon as basketball guard to Verona Chavez md to Glace Gomes my sklll 1n letterlng and pencll sketchmg In vutness yyheleof yye hereunto affix o r hand and seal and stamp upon thlS our last yylll and testxment thls thlrtleth day of May ID the Ye ar oi oul Iold one thouslnd nme hundxed and forty nme The Class of 1949 O , . 9 -I . , 'N . .I 1 v 4 1 lv 1 N 1 . r , 8 . . . . , I 4 I . v K I '. 1 1 v lv S f m I n- l v ' v . j . . ., ' ' rx, . 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S11 1'i11 1 1 - '- '11111'. ADVANCED CLASSES fl' Nw... JIS- JUNIOR CL -XSS .M-um SOPHOMORE CI ASQ .f-"' FRESHMAN CLASS XX L-Lf I Clmlldhoodl s Memories Class Analysms Class Cartoon X ..MM,.,.......,.,W.,.,.,.,.,.,. Z" L b - .M,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,M,, ss, sf ...-,.....-...... .. ,, :AF--" 'ia' 3 nr' f- fs J: --2' -FT-rv 191212. Q7 1 0 I 9 0 s 1 I O 'S ' 5 YN xx Chlldhood Memorles Lucllla Chaxez began her school career 1n 1935 at the Nexx IHCXICO School for the Deaf Wlth a case of mumps After xx eatheung the usual round of chlldhood dlseases 1n her nme xears thele she xx ent to the Ar1 zona school xvhere she stay ed txxo years before comlng to th1s school a a sophomore 1n 1946 Jerry Cunnmgham s earllest school memoxx xx as h1s ax 61 sxon to ca11x 1ng a lunch pall when he started to a publlc school 1n Shel man Texas md later on to gettlng up for eal ly mormng drllls xx hen he xx as 1n the Texas School fo1 the Deaf In October 1935 l1ttle seven year old Verna Depexx vxlth dlmples and stralght halr came to thls school She yxas happy to come here for hel slster Ruth xvas here When her parents xx ere talklng vx1th Mr and Mrs Blrck she encouraged them to leaxe because she xx anted to plax xx 1th he1 new frlends It w1ll be of Intel est to manx of us to knoxx that Man about the Cam pus the Chlef Oflice Holder Comedlan and Chess Champ1on S1nfo1d D11 mond entered school 1n 1934 xxlth h1s shoes on the xx rong feet Fern Fode started her school caleer at the Montana School fo1 the Dcat xx1th a case of measles and an 1ncl1nat1on to m1sch1ef He1 nrst memolx and mllk for four stralght meals golng to bed early and belng depr1x ed of movles In September 1935 one of Mrs Str1ckl1n s beglnnlng pup1ls xx as a t1nx g1rl w1th stralght shlny black ha1r cut 1n a Dutch bob She xxas exclted and enthuslastlc about her nexx adventure 1n comlng to school but when her parents left she made an awful fuss M1ss Luken had a l1ttle t1011Dl6 comfortlng her at Hrst but SIHCG she had a leallx mlld d1spos1t1on she xx as easlly managed Thls l1ttle glrl was our oxxn Teruko Kubotsu Dell Monahan a sca1 ed l1ttle begmner 1n September 1933 found com fort ln her nexx su1round1n0's One of Dell s earllest school memor1es IS a trlp to the State Falr at Sacramento xx 1th M1 s Str1ckl1n Dell gaxe them all a bad tlme when she ran axxax and xxas not found for sevelal hou1s For thls she got no supper but It xxas no pun1shment fol she had been glven supper bx a st1ange1 xx ho plcked he1 up Dell began hel conquests early' In the yeax of 1938 Elmarle Nordlund lemembers most the blg floxx els on the wall of Pr1ma15. stalrxvay the dax she ar11x ed and the moon that sm1led doxxn on her She thought Oh It s so beautlful xust llke a faux land and It IS ex en better than xvhat my mother had told me It xx ould be 11 e O O . 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X X I Av K' Y 7 SNS STUDENT BODY ORGANII7ATION The Student Body IS organlved for the benefit of the students fl om the elghth grade up The membershlp fee IS tvxenty flxe cents a year There are ninety members 1n the organlzatlon Meet1ngs are held on the second Sundax of ex ery month Once ln 1 xx h1le a 9D9C13l meetlng 18 called In meetlngs xve dlscuss current happenings xvhlch occur on and off our campus Problems of some students ale somet1mes brought up and xxe thlnk them over Most of the declslons ale however made bv our sponsor Mr Blrck We have a dance at least once a month The dances are held for soclal gatherlngs of boys and gl1lS We learn to dex elop better frlendshlps through our expeuences 1n the dances Once a year xve go on an outing usuallx roller skatlng or 1ce skatmg In 1948 xxe xxent ICQ skatlng Th1S xear xve vxent roller skatmg Thls IS fur for all of us because some are fond of ICC skatmg xvhlle others prefer loller skatlng The 1948 49 officers haxe been Iheszdent Bexerly Katz Vzce Preszdent Hubert Becher Boys Treasww Larry Jones Gnls Treasure: Rosemary Rarldan Boys Sergeant at ao ms Donald McCune Guls Sergeant at arms Grace Gomes The membels dld all thex could to make our organlzatlon stronger We hope lt xx 1ll keep on after xve are gone The Student Bodx Creed IS S0 nzqh ls- rnandew to om dust So ncaa zs God to man ll hen duty uhzspezs lou Thou Must The youth rephes, I Can t A J . 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' , u ,yy THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Guls Athletic Association IS a popular organ17at1on among the girls of CSD This association admlts only members above the minimum membeiship age of fifteen Its alms are to cultivate sklll IH carrying on business meetings and making business transactlons ln a regular and ef fectixe xx ax dex doping good qualities of sportsmanship cooperatlon and interest 1n athletic and outdooi life This organization C0lltlI'll,1QS to be un der the capable guid ince of Mis Mahal Mrs Blrck and Miss Bruns the beneiit of the membels such as bicycling parties dances and hikes The Christmas dance is oui blggest hit of the year held on the first Sat uldav of Decembei The OHICQIQ foi thls 5631 have been as follows Elmaue Nordlund Piesulcnt BOblJ16 Blackmon Vzce P1 eszdent Vllmx Owen SfC?0lil17y Cleo Simmons C'oHc9ponfILng Secietazy Sy bil Dluliard Spmts Edltor BGX6llX Katv Ticczsuzez Jo Ann McDowell Sergeant at arms I es' J, 4 3 L , I S .... , , ' 2 I x. ', . ' , ' . .. The Girls' Athletic Association has many recreational activities for 'L', n' 'A' ' I . ' ni, L . nn 1' , r I l I ' 2 ' , e ', ' LI, , I lf! . I l y . - - . . I 9, lx fn l FOOTHILLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The F oothllls Athletlc ASSOCl3.t10H has Just completed lts 47th year under the excellent leadershlp of Pres1dent Sanfoid Diamond who preslded at the meet1ngs arranged commlttees f01 the F A A Banquet and Dance and did many other duties that he had to perform Also w1th the help of the officers the F A A ran moie smoothly and with excellent cooperation Hubert Becher our Chlef Candy Master with the help of Ronald Atkins Assistant Candy Master Worked xery hard and spent most of h1s tlme trying to keep the candy store going and making the best of everythlng Troy Davenport our Treasurel also had a busy year taking care of the accounts and maklng reports of the balance money on hand etc at our monthlx meetings We also commend Donald Ingraham who IS our Sports Edltor for the splendld Work he did ln writing about the games and cooperating with the Sports Edltor of the Oakland Trlbune IH gettlng our publ1c1ty 1n the papers We the members of the F A A are really proud of what our officeis have accompl1shed thls year The purpose of the associatlon IS to glue valuable knowledge pertalmng to business meetungs and parliamentary procedures as IS done 11n all soclal organlzatlons It also teaches the boys how to manage the candy StOl9 The hlghlight most enjoyable and most colorful ex ent of the year was February 19 1949 It vsas enJox ed by the guests and students xx ho attended The ofiicers for 1948 1949 in ere Sanford Dlamond P1 eszffcnz' Jerry Cunningham I ue P1 szdent Lyman Emmei Senetmy Troy Davenpoit T cusmn Joseph Veler Asc: tant Tnneu 1 Gene Clltes gtflgfllllf uf A ms Hubert Bechel Chzef Candy llustu Ron lld Atkms A zstmzf Candy llusfu Lou Pandula Stump Ag nf Donald Ingraham Spozts Edztor Albert Schmidt Asszstruzf Spmts Edztoz Y . . Q . , 7 - ' 1 l, u s c A Y ' O ' 7 9 . . y J 7 . 0 , my n' . 3 5 ! VY ' 9 7 , . . . . . . , . . ., . . ' Y C a ' ' Y y 1 . . V l Y , I n. the Foothills Athletic Association Banquet and Dance, which was held on Y . ' 1 v 1 v . y tp . ' ', 1' ' ', '- J .' , A I - , ' , - 1- K. ', ' v l " Z " J, ' I A 1 1' , , 0 Y . ' . ' , 'Q "V, . , ' , DESTRELLA LITERARY SOCIETY The dEetrella Llterary SOC18tX benefits the etudents by developmg, thelr ablllty to slgn and spell 1n better form and vuth confidence The students from the e1g'hth grade up can be members of thls olgfm 11at1on Th1S year there are nlnety membera enrolled The meetlngs are held on the thlrd Sunday of each month The mem bers are asslgned to take part 1n the progl am There 19 a contest once a year ln Wh1Ch the members are welcome to partlclpate It helps them learn how to make themeelves useful and to feel confldent on the stage when faclng people The Junlora gave an annual play Thelr play thls veu was entltled Junior Prom It was a comedy We pralse the Jumors for m Lkmg the play a blg h1t Each year the members of the SOCl9tX have the prlxllege of gillflj., hlkxng on the day of the annual DICHIC The members of the facultx com mlttee accompany them We hope that the members Wlll make the olganlfatlon stronger We have emoyed the programs vely much The membels h um wnkcd un hard to make thelr part emoyable The oflicers for 1948 1949 xx exe Lyman hmmm P r ldfnf Monahan lr I If Teluko lxulmotsu S 1 fm! Joseph Velel Im! T tllSIlIlI U. Dav npolt I I1 ANNA I funn Il llolothv Kenxon I I Y , w ' ' 1 v V ' VY A L L U r . . . Y . . Y. . 1 . v 1 x L f ' . . , c . 1 n L Aw n L' W V ' I I . ' '. ' K , 2 ' ' .' " ' ." J ' ' ' .' 2 ' 2 Y ' . Y ' x . Y. . . r Y K if ' ' ' ' I 1 , r v . - . . ' r 1 ' 0 1 .YI l . . . . . L 1 . X lk, Q vi v i X v 1 l V , - . . ' V, 1' 'S' ' Dell . , "wr Ii'l'N'Il'Hf ' ' ' .' , fm' 'f' 3 5' '., I A s' r" .' "' Ali ' ' ' 8 ' . ffrlx' 7'1'4'll::1 VM' Joh 1. , logs' Sl' 'J' 'f- f-A rum ' l - j , Hr S' Srrgvllrll-111-flrms A uw' M 5 1 I 1 ' T. 3 VOCATJIUNAJL Ed AND AVOCATJIONAL v-'- EXT Lc2i Bo VOCATIIONAL TRAINING 5,63- 4 4.1 1 1 T tl-bigx .Sifyle Show' away vzmaupm vmzrwuazwzm The teachers 1n the xocatlonal shops are proud to have a part IH thls xltal undertaklng Although 1n 1tS broadest sense the term xocatlonal educatlon lncludes tra1n1ng for any and all occupatlons ln the publlc partlcularly to tralnmg 1n trades where deafness IS no handlcap as well school program here at the Callfornla School for the Deaf lt refers as a Well rounded program ln home BCODOTTIICS for the glrls who wlll some day become homemakers These tvpes of xocatlonal educatlon are plctured on the precedlng page To the deaf learner xocatlonal educatlon IS learnlng how to work It IS learnlng to organlze plan and carry out the 3CtlN 1t1es of the Job It IS learnmg to understand and work wlth other people The worker 1n any occupatlon or trade IS also a cltlzen wlth the full responslblllty of cxtlzen shlp He not only makes but llves a l1v1ng RUDOLF WARTENBERG Supermsmg Teache1 Let me work 1n a shop by the sxde of the road Where the race of men go by Those who are footsore and lame and tlred But stlll have the wxll to try Let me work 1n my shop by the sxde of the road. Repa1r1ng thexr well worn shoes The pamters the plumbers the mllllonaxres What does lt matter Whose? SHELDON E MCARTOR Shoe Shop Instiuctor If I were to select one tralt that must be emphaslzed above all others ID beglnnlng workers lt would be that tralt or quality that leads men to fol low through on Work until It IS completed E B CHISWELL Typzng Instructov A Th1ng of Beauty IS a Joy Forever A Stltch IH Tlme Saves Nme Pretty IS as Pretty Does FAITH CARL Seztmg Inst1ucto1 Observat1on trams and coordmates the eye the mlnd the hand to brmg greater sklll and lmagmatlon to your work FELIX KOWALEWSKI O Lord' Gwe Us Th1s Day Our Dally Bread W C WILCOXSON Bakmg In.struct01 Set your standards high then strne to llve up to them Keep your eye on your goal and let nothmg stand IH the wax It IS far better to create some small thmg than to 1m1tate the product of anothers thoughts J M HATFIELD Cabmet Shop Instructov I used to ask What s COOklI1g9 and she d tell me pert and gay Of all the lxttle thlngs she d1d to occupy her das But now that she and I are wed her xlewpomt s changed perforce And when I ask What's C00klIlg9 why she tells me course by course D LAWRENCE Home Economics Inst? uctor u 7- . . . 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Q L'4l -..-. ,4 QE GIRLS SPORT9 The Gnls Athletlt ASSOCl3tlOH has kept up Its good lLDLlt1t1OIl 01 xxmnmg and fO1 spoltsmanshlp The glrle lost no tlme IH the fall gettlng bfltlx 1n t11m tol then xollex lvlll games ll hen thex had then gxmes xxlth ioul of the nenhx pllblli hlgh sthools thev came out x1cto1s f0U1 t1mes Then came the bfzsketbtll Qeason The A I l C te xms l dld hne xxork though the B team led III the numo 1 ot XlLt0l1eN ll ha n lt came to defeat for these te uns then' txghtlng spun nex ex tdlteled The scores fOl the bisketball games xx ele Buy lmanl f Sll 1 lfmuxx C 11 held CSD Qofthdll IN Ulfltllel ot the GIIIS Athletlt Assoclltlons tompetltlxe sports hut the LOHSULILUOII on the nexx hulldmgs plex ented the lllbllllill from hlXlll1,I anx gimes here Qome glmes xxuc ll xtd 11 the pull sthools The Glrls Athletlt ASNOC13tlOIl his been hud to hext m lt hghtmg SIJll"1t and tedmxxollx this xefu A peat dell ot cledlt ls due to om no uh X118 Hahn xho 1 s 1 ed much to muntun thc Pnl Xl 4 o Ll mon s leput xtlon i 7 'Y Vi L X - 1 KW I - I - C 4 Y . 1' I 1 ' 1 v Iv- e A. 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BASKETBALL The Callfornla School for the Deaf had a rather poor record 1n basket ball th1s year The CSD Eagles suffered n1ne losses as agalnst one wm but 1n some games they almost upset thelr opponents Our coach Mr Byouk was very patlent vuth the CSD five and he trled very hard to en courage them ln splte of lack of teamwork and practlce Only two letter men came back to help the mexpel xenced boys Most of them were frofm B l1ghtwe1ght class Next year they may face more sufferlng, because five playels w1ll not be back The CSD Bees had a poor record too, wlth n1ne losses and one wln Thev were under the d1rect1on of a new coach Mr Marshall He helped the CSD Bees 1n footwork ball control shootlng and passlng In the East Bay Countles Athletlc League the coaches ln the poll se lected many boys for best guards forwards and centers Flve of our boys won honorable mentlons Joseph Vele7 our A forvs ard was one of them The rest of the B team were Gllbert Tovar Robert Sewell Danny Lynch and Joseph Maxwell Thls leally encouraged them We hope next year more boys yull mln the filst All Star honors or the second All Star or honorable mentlons The A CSD Eagles basketball scores for 1949 are below CSD CSD CSD CSD CSD CSD Below CSD CSD CSD CSD CSD 17 Oakland Silents Fme1vv1lle fkmadol San Ramon I IVQI mole L1be1ty CSD CSD CSD CSD CSD CSD are the B CSD Bees scores Emmy vllle Amadox San Ramon Llvel more Llberty CSD CSD CSD CSD CSD 0 Sllent Flve Emervvllle Amador San Ramon Lxvermore Llbertv Emeryvllle Amador San Ramon Llvermore Llberty l l l ' 1 . , . i , . Y y . v. , - a - ' an as ' - , , , . A ' . K Y. . W . . ' l Q ' . 1 S . 7 ' I ' K, 1, ll 37 7 , . , as vs - 7 7 7 cs n ' L K. . 46 ' ." .3 43 -Q9 ' ' 28 , -, ' 43 lr 32 y ' 30 . ' 36 39 40 . 30 32 37 J' ' ' 40 32 ' ,, 25 ' ' 33 35 ' , 7 za xv v . 25 1 ' ' ' 35 15 ' 23 ' 28 1 17 33 ' 42 27 30 ' ' 35 23 ' ' , 21 ' ,' FGOTBALL The football season of 1948 was no more successful for the CSD grld ders than the year before but they dld thelr best and held the opponents to small scores They ended the season wlth two wms and four losses Onlv five lettermen came back to encourage the green and lnexperlenced players Lloyd Hendrlcks was selected by The Catalzcr an All Amerlcan player for schools for the deaf He ww as our best left guard and had plenty of T N T for the opponents Also Ronald Atkms vs as named for the second tlme as center on the All Amerlcan second team For the fourth stralght year Troy Dax enport our fullback won honorable mentlon We had the llghtest and smallest team th1s year but they proved to be hke real XVHITIOTS The scores for the football season and a short summary of the games are as follows ' CSD 26 Rlchmond 0 In the practlce game we had an easy xlctory over the Rlchmond CSD 6 LIVQI more 19 At Llvermore we had our flrst nlght football game under the arcllghts and barely dropped the battle to the Ln ermore Cowboys CSD 0 Amador 12 In a rugged game at ou1 school we took a bltter loss from the Amador Dons Last year they beat us 18 0 CSD 13 San Ramon 19 At San Ramon we fought stubbolnlx agalnst the VVolw es IH Splte of playlng XV1tl1OL1t a coach wx ho was away due to a death 1n hls famlly CSD 13 Llbertx 20 In Brentvs ood we play ed a 1 ugged and th1 1ll1ng game before mam spec tators and Llbeltx captured the league champlonshlp bv defeatlng us CSD 45 Emeryulle 12 On our athletic field the CSD Eagles exploded mth a sparkhng x lCtOlX ow er the Emers Spartans Wlth excellent blocklng we xx on our first league game , by . . K . N y . . . . , . , , ' . 7 7 I 7 7 ' , . . , V S V. . reserves who were all inexperienced. v , v . l ku L. , 'Q . , , S Q tv . L Y . . v , v 1 4 1' ' , , - 7 Y . ' v v Our coach M1 By ouk dld hls best to help our team and encourage us He made us 1nto real football play ers ln splte of the lack of experlence and shortage of material Next year our team ulll be weaker as nearly the xx hole lme w1ll be gone Sex en lettelmen wlll be ox er the age llflllt Thls year we had 1 prettx good track team We suffered two losses 1n plactxce meets vs 1th Berkeley Hlgh School and Albany Hlgh School The CSD team surprlsed our school by copplng second place ln the East Bax Countles Athletlc League champ1onsh1p meet on Aprll 30 We haxe some fme boys who have good speed IH the 100 220 and 440 yard dashes and the 880 yard 1elay We d1d not haxe boys to strengthen the fleld events Onlx tvso boys vs 1ll not be back next 5 ear because of reachlng the age llmlt We are hopmg to ve 1n the champlonshlp 1n track next X ear The scores ale below CSD 15 Berkeley Hlgh School 90 Qpractlceb CSD 481K Albany 051K fpractlcej In the league Llberty 53 CSD 311A San Ramon 26V, Llvermore 26 ' ' I ' 7 . 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January January February February February February March Aprll April May May May May May May May May 31 Worr1es and a lot of work begln as the Foothzlls Flame comes around the corner The Silent Wmkeo has named Lloyd Hendrlcks All Amerlcan football player at left guard Congratu latlons Lloyd Blackout at C S D flxght troubleb Footh1lls Athletlc Assoclatmon Banquet and dance VVhoopee was It a swell day to enloy ou1 selves' The Cawlze1 named Lloyd Hendrlcks All Amerlcan football player of 1948 Our school IS proud of h1m Semors lecelved headaches as we had Stanford tests St Patrlck s Day party Everyone wore green barn dance Happy Easter Gee the Jumor play was a sensatlon We thlnk lt was the best play we Semors ever saw Coffee Bust glven for the boys at Mr W S Runde s Stanford ard College exammatlons haye glven us Sen 1ors a headache Mother s Day Farewell Dlnner for the Senlors Gosh words cant ex press how we d1d enyoy the dlnner and movles Sen1or Class outmg Graduates were mvxted to the Stevensons resldence Dress Rehearsal Commencement FAREWELL' THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1949 14- ' ' ' - 25- I ' ' ' . 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