Chaminade High School - Aerie Yearbook (West Hills, CA)
- Class of 1958
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To Brother John Perlro, SM., our first Principal, the stu-
dents of Chaminade High School gratefully and admiringly
dedicate the 1958 AERIE,
ln August, 1952, when Brother John came to Los llngeles
to estabwi chlninade High School he brought with him hh
ideal, a Mpc. The land and buildings were here, unrecogniza-
his todiy, but inadequate for a modem high schooh
wich oraahnhistrhuvo 'experience hehihu him
acollege preparatory school
in inind, Brother John set about the taslr of developing a
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-For Brother James Loughran, iS.M., the 1957-58 school
year held something special. During October he reached a
coveted "plateau" in his life as a Marianist, celebrating his
Silver. Jubilee, marking twenty-five years as ea working
Bfother in the Society of Mary. Z s y, i
Q To describe, Brotherllames as a man, as a religious edu-
cator, and as an, integral part of Chaminade life during the
past six years is' both easy and difficult. The descriptive
words are available: cook book, coffee urn, laundering ma-
'chines, power tools, plumbing equipment, gracious smile,
unlailingigood hunior, but to bring -the words together in
fan adequate portrait is difficult. k 4 as r r
from the matefial standpoint Brother James- has
'responsiblesrfor the smooth running of the school. Butin
addition to umewirn his kindly advice, his helping hand,
,andy hisipersonal interest in every student he? has 'created
an iatmospheieof genuine friendliness. Terhaps the irish
Tiinlde in his Qye couldn't charm the thorns off the rose
but ilQSfiYl0ll the hearts 'of evseryone in the Qhammi
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Pr1nc1pal Enghsh 4 Latml Modera
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Educatxon DTIVSY Trammg Modera
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Creatne Wutmg Mod
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Spanlsh 2 Moderator of
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Spanlsh 1 Algebra 2
Geometrx Moderator of
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SCIENCE Club Athletlc Dlrector B
Mus1c Lessons Band
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Mechanical Drawing. Moderator of
Algebra l 2 Moderator of Freshman
Sodahty Counselor of Postulants
Soclal Studles Phys1cal Educat1on
1 2 3 4 Head Football Coach Head
Basketball Coach Head Track Coach
Moderator of Letterrnen Club
ASS1StaHt Counselor of
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FATHER FRANCIS MAY
Father Francis May, S.M., has been dead for more than a year, but the memory
of the colorful, spirited, white-haired little priest will never dim.
There was a certain flair about all that Father May did. Despite the handicap of
poor health that seriously curtailed his priestly work he seemed to vibrate. His sim-
plicity and fervor as auxiliary chaplain, his casual handling of the little Studebaker,
the beaming smile, the desire to be of service to anyone connected with Chaminade,
all summed up a lovable personality.
At the risk of bordering on the sacrilegious one might say that "he died with his
boots on" climaxing a life of unselfish devotedness and indelibly etching his memory
in the annals of Chaminade. There is no denying that when Father May died at the
age of 74 all who knew him felt they had lost a personal friend.
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President G :rx Mower Secretarx Nllke Torree Treasurer
Ixm Ford Representdtne Bob Baxter
QFK 0N'D SILWIEQTFR Presldent Herman fapoblanco Vice
President Whreoi Llni Secretary Duck Hunsaker Treas
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ROBERT E. BAXTER JR.
Ambition: "Break my mold." Speech 33 Drama
3, 43 Pep club 3, 43 Eagle staff 3, 43 Aerie staff
43 Class officer 3, 43 Student Body Representa-
give 43 Honor Roll 43 Intramurals 3, 43 Tennis
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HERMAN E. CAPOBIANCO
"He-rm," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Head shrinker for the Mau Mau
Pharmacy." Sodality 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Intra-
murals 2. 3, 43 Class officer 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll
23 Red Cross 4.
This car has "1 Capobianco-power"
BIANUEL K. J. CORREIA JR.
Ambition: "Exist!" Sodality
43 Drama 33 Speech 33 Basket-
ball 33 V a r sity basketball 43
Glee club 33 Pep club 43 Band
43 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Aerie
staff 3, 43 Class officer 33 Sci-
ence club 43 Lettermen Club 4.
ROBERT A. COSTLEY
"Huck," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Park cars in a subway." Varsity
football 3, 43 B football 1, 23 B baseball I3
Varsity baseball 2, 3, 43 Intramurals I. 2, 3, 43
Lettermen club 2, 3, 4.
ROGER DE VERTEFII.
Ambition: "To forget all that I learned." Class
officer 33 Honor Roll 3.
"Don," Culver Ctiy
Ambition: "To be one of the boys!" Sodality 13
Drama 43 Varsity football 3. 43 B football 1, 23
B basketball 13 Track 1. 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 23 ln-
tramurals 1, 2. 3. 43 Class officer 23 Honor Roll
13 Lettermen club 3. 4.
DAVID R. FERGFSON
"Dave," San Frnncisro
Ambition: "Sing cigarette commercials." So-
dality 43 Track 43 Eagle staff 4.
"Jim," Los Angeles
Ambition: "To have a chauffeur." Sodality 43
Drama 2, 3, 43 Editor of the Aerie 43 Class
officer 3. 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Student Body
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"Johnny," Los Angeles
Ambition: "To invent a periscope for a cigar-
ette with 20.000 filters." Drama 3. 43 Baseball
1, 23 Pep club 43 Aerie staff 43 Intramurals 4.
PHILIP A. GUNNING
"Genius," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Be the ancestor of a genius!" B
baseball 1, 23 Varsity baseball 3, 43 Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4: Eagle staff 43 Class officer 43 Aerie
staff 43 Lettermen club 4.
"Little Richard," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Be a midget in a circus." Sodality
I, 23 Drama 43 Varsity football 43 B football I3
Varsity basketball 2, 3, 43 I3 basketball I3 B
baseball 1, 23 Varsity baseball 33 Intramurals
1, 2, 3. 43 Class officer 43 Lettermen club 43
Honor Roll 2, 3.
"Bob," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Take peanuts out of 'CRUNCHY'
peanutbutterf' Class officer I3 Band 3, 43 So-
dality 43 Intramurals 4.
JOHN F. KELLY
"Johnny," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Be Center of the Bos-
ton Celticsf' Varsity football 43
Intramurals 3, 43 Drama 4,
"Johnny," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Be a Cowboy!" Sodality I. 23 B
basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2. 43 Eagle staff 33
Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 43 Honor Roll I, 23 Letter-
man's club 3, 4.
ROBERT S. LAMBRIX
"Bob," San Diego
Ambition: "Be a custodian for a Mint." Speech
43 Drama 3, 43 Varsity football 43 Track 33
Student Body Treasurer 43 Intramurals 3, 43
Class officer 33 Lettermen club 3, 43 Red
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"Gordo," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Lick Champagne off christened
ships."Sodality1: l-Iagle staff 3, 43 Intramurals
1. 2, 3: Aerie staff 12. 3, 43 Science club 4.
"Ted," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Throw the first stone in the new
Stone Age." Sodality 43 Speech 1. 2, 3, 43 Stu-
dent Body President 43 Pep club 2, 33 l-lagle
staff 2, 33 Editor of liagle 4: Class officer 1.
staff 2, 3: Editor of the Eagle 43 Class officer
1, 2, 33 Student Council 1, 2. 3, 43 Honor Roll 1,
BIARCOS C. LINS
Ambition: "Do research work
on 'Sleeping Pills'." Sodality
43 Speech 43 Class officer 43
Honor Roll 4.
FRANK C. NIATYAS
"Mat," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Plat humble pie." Varsity football
43 B football 1, 2. 3: FS basketball 1, 2. 33 Var-
sity basketball 43 B baseball 13 Varsity base-
ball 2, 33 Track 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43
Lettermen club 4.
t'Red," Los Angeles
Ambition: 'tHave a 'million' at twenty." Speech
33 Drama 43 Varsity football 43 Intramurals
33 Red Cross 4.
Ambition: "Tequila distillerf' Varsity football
43 Honor Roll 23 Drama 2, 3, 43 Intramurals
2, 3, 43 B baseball 21 Varsity baseball 43 Sci-
ence club 4.
"Cl1arlie," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Build rafts for amoebasf' Drama 4:
Bascball 2, 43 Varsity football 43 Intramurals
2, 3, 4.
"Dick," Los Angela-s
Ambition: "Collecting operations." Speech 3:
Drama 43 B football 1, 2. 33 Pep club 43 Iiagle
staff 3, 43 Intramurals l, 2, 3, -13 Aerie staff 4:
Honor Roll 2, 33 Scicncc club 4.
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GARY D. IIOYER
"Mo," Los Angeles
Ambition: " . . . Mouseketeerf' Varsity foot-
ball 3, 43 B football 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Class officer 1, 2. 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Let-
termen club 3, 4.
"Murph," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Start the Avalon little theater
group." Sodality 2, 43 Drama 2, 3, 4: B foot
ball 2: Pep club 2, 3, 43 Swimming team 1, 2
Eagle staff 2, 33 Intramurals 1,23 Aerie staff 3
4 Science club 4 Red C ross 4
JOHN E. 0'NELL
"Jack," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Be an art teacher at Chaminadef'
Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Speech 2, 3, Drama 2, 3, 4,
Varsity football 2, 3, 4, B football 1, Varsity
basketball 2, 3, 43 B basketball 13 Baseball 1,
Track 2, 3, Pep club 2, Eagle staff 2, 33 Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class officer 1, 3, Honor Roll
2, Lettermen club 2, 3, 4.
"Tom," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Putting light in light bulbs." So-
dality 1, 2, Drama 33 Baseball 15 Eagle staff
1, 2, Class officer 2, Honor Roll 1, Science
"Ray," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Make Cricket cages." Sodality 1, 2,
45 Speech 3, 43 Drama 2, 3, 45 Varsity football
3, 4, B football 1, 23 Baseball 1, Pep club 2, 3,
4, Eagle staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Aerie staff 4, Science club 43 Honor Roll 13
Lettermen club 4.
Miss February R115 Plrnm
"Mike," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Fill Vacuums." Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,
CSF 45 Pep club 4, Intramurals 3, 43 Class of-
ficer 1, 23 Science club 4, Drama 4, Speech 43
Aerie staff 4.
"Tan," Los Angeles
Ambition: "The inevitable millionaire."
ERNEST L. ROBELLO
Ambition: "Make holes in doughnuts." Sodality
3, 43 Speech 43 Drama 3, 43 Glee club 3, 43 Pep
club 43 Intramurals 3, 43 Aerie staff 43 Libra-
rian 3, 4.
"Beefy," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Sew ears on Mickey Mouse caps."
Drama 2, 3, 43 Varsity football 2, 3, 43 B foot-
ball 13 Pep club 3, 43 Eagle staff 23 Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 43 Aerie staff 43 Class officer 43 Letter-
men club 3, 4.
"Jawge," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Gather a poke of star-dustf
Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 CSF 43 Science club 4.
Torres and friends look for needle in snow stack!
JAMES F. VOGT
"Spider," Los Angeles
Ambition: To be Santa Clause in the Macey'
parade." Science club 4.
"Tommy," Los Angeles
Ambition: "Be a clown." Drama 4.
Speech 2, 3, 43 Drama 3, 43 Class officer 33
JACK 0 NEILL TED LEY BOB BAXTER
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sponsored BOYS STATE Both BAXTER
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for state oftrcers 0 NEILL was elected
clty councrlman and was head cheer
leader for has party BAXTER was ap
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FIRST TERM, Left to Right: Secretary John Keller,
President Maynard Gray, Treasurer Oscar Portillo
Representative Tom WVafer, Vice President Ed Pren:
FIRST TERM, Left to Right: President Frank
Leonetti, Vice President John Foucrier, Secretary
Steve Kealoha, Treasurer Tyrone Duncan, Repre-
sentative Dick Wahlrab.
Wendell Ai Chang George Bergren
Joseph Delyea Glenn Dennis
SECOND TERM, Left to Right: President Sam Snerd,
Treasurer Atkinson Dymock, Secretary Gordian Fet-
tig, Representative Williard Whatswhat ftwin half-
brother, from Iriquois tribe, of Sam Snerdj, Vice
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SECOND TERM, Left to Right: Qlnside stomuchl
President Frank Leonetti, Vice President John
Foucrier, Secretary Steve Kealoha, T r e a s u r e r
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L90 D8Vlill Robert Edson
Denms Egan Davld Farwell
Maynard Gray John Holmes
Frank Mahony Edu ard McDonald
Michael 0 Nelll Carl Peel
Gerald Russell William Sanders
Franklm Davls Ty rone Duncan Jean Foucrler Carl Grana
Charles Hall Joseph Harrmgton Mlchael Hayes John Hellman
Stephen Kealoha Erlc Kennell Frank Leonettn
Paul Melssner Richard Nllller
Thomas Ralchel Thomas Rettu: Mlchael Wagner Richard Wahlrab
Albert Welchert Richard WV0od
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Crawford, Treasurer Richard Simmons, Represen-
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SECOND TERM, Left to Right: President Tony
Bueno, Vive-President Don Crawford, Secretary
Tame Kohliek, Treasurer Phil Garofalo. Represen-
tative Bill Haljun.
FIRST TERM, Left to Right: Vice-President Bill
Grimes, Treasurer Dave Dixon, Secretary Brian
Rybolt, President Rommie Lovel.
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Edward Boyle VVilliam Brady
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directionl President Bill Grimes, Vice-President
Jim Kelly, Secretary Dave Dixon, Treasurer Brian
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George Baldus Charles Bonno
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President Tom Givvin, Viee President Gil. Leien-
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Littleton, Representative Terry Lanni.
FIRST TERM, Left to Right: President Miehael Ste-
vens, Vice President Kenneth Englert, Secretary Tom
Nic-hols, Representative Mike Lanni.
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Lawrence Donais Gary Eidam
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Robert Geisdorf Thomas Givvin
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gophomoru JlIIIl0l'S SCIIIOTS
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Dennis Murphy, Bob Johnson, Tvd Ley, llvrnmn Capo-
hiancn, Ray Pnrnin, -lim Ford, Iluvv Ferguson. ABSENT: Manuvl K. Cor-
reia and Ernest L. Rohflllo.
LEFT TO RIGHT Stephen Kealoha Joe Harrington Bob Bride Al VVelchert John
Henlmfnn Je'1n Foucrler Frank Mqhonew Bob Hoppe Duck Brundo Tw rone Duncan
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Blll Grimes, Jim Kelly, Jam Galten, Tony Bueno, Bhll
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2nd term Student
The 1957-58 Student Council engineered an ad-
mirable list of accomplishments. Under the able
leadership of Ted Ley the Council has become the
focal point of all school activities which is the
ambition and purpose of all Student government
organizations. In its capacity as organizer of school-
wide projects the Council paid off the debt on the
coke machine, successfully managed the "Autumn
in Blue" dance to welcome the incoming Fresh-
men and in cooperation with the Pep Club enhanced
sports activities by securing girl songleaders from
Notre Dame Academy. The Council competently
carried out its regular responsibilities toward as-
semblies with programs such as the Christmas
Assembly and movie, and the General Motors sci-
Chaminade can long be proud of the well-run,
efficient organization that was its 1957-58 Student
Executive Board: President, Ted Ley-Sem-etzirv. Joe Delyea-Vive President, Eric'
Kennell-Treasurer 12nd termb Jw- '
Dance Committee: -Inc Delyea, Eric- Ke-nnell, Bill Haljun, Tom
The class of 58 hasnt had too great an interest in forensic
activities Several seniors toyed briefly with speech work
during their high school years but only Ted Ley and George
Vandenhoff followed the program through until graduation
Lay specialized rn debate and extempe speaking whrle Van
denhoff found hrs niche rn oratory
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NN The rumors this year were the marnstays of the speech
club Led by Eric Kennell Tyrone Duncan Stephen Kealoha
and Richard Brundo the rumors furnished the hard core of
talent so necessary for a successful competitive speech pro
For numbers ol interested students and for potential
talent this years sophomore represent hopes for excep
tional success in speech work rn coming years Because of
sophomore interest this was the first year that Chamrnade
could fill out all speech commitments
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nade was awarded for their dramatic ef- School. LEFT T0 RIGHT: Eric' Kennell, Ted Ley, Dirk HUHSRRPF, RIF.
forts at the Imnuleulate Heart Drama Festi- WVillian1 Croarkin, VVilliam Lee 1-Iefferson Student Body Presidentj,
val. The trophy on the left is for 3rd uluee in Mike T0l'l'6S, Bob BaXt6l'-
One Act Playg the other is for the best play
critique, written by Bob Baxter.
Perennial Drama Club supporters
MARIA DUCK or God x" and Country
EDITOR' Ted Ley XVRITERS, Stew- Kealoha, Tyrone Duncan, Eric' Kennvll, Tony Bueno
ASSISTANT EDITOR, Eric Kennell
Bob Baxter, Roger de Verteuil,
SVendell Ai Chang, David Ferguson
Pl BLIC ITY MANAGERS,
Frank Leonetti, Dick VVahlrab
W RITLRS. Tan? Kohllck,
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H'ot water for cold bodies ". . , what have we here?
RAY PARNIN RICHARD MILTON
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Rally Committee-Bob Baxter and John Goehner
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Mike Lanni, Russ Richardson. Terry Lnnni. Ptitsin, Jim Galten, Jim Kelly.
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First Row Bill Winter Dick Hunsaker Maynard Gray Ray Parnrn Don Peel Frank Matyas Coach John Vukelrch Third Row Dayton Olmger
Englert Jack ONerll Bob Costley Gary Moyer Bob Lambrix Second Tom Clark Jim Merino Buddy McDonald Fernando lcaza Tom Wafer
Bob Edson Jeff McCarron John Keller Dick Wahlrab Dennis Egan Carl Rod Mullins
Coach TOM CARROLL Coach JOHN VUKELICH
Co Captain JACK ONEILL Co Captain DON ENGLERT
Row: Coach Tom Carroll, Mike Torres, Mike Mcliaughlin, Ogcar'Portillo, Mike Croghan, Mike McKay, Charlie Miller, John Kelly, Billy Newman
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Chamrnade s frrst league game was vrctorrous wrth a stunning runnrng attack sparked
by Carl Peel who scored two of frve touchdowns Portrllo and Egan scored with end
runs and Wahlrab clrmaxed the scormg with a short drve Into the end zone Outstanding
blocking and bone crushing tackling spearheaded the Eagle vlctory This vrctory gave
Chamlnade the rmpetus to go on to a wrnnmg season
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stalwart defenses After berng behmd by seven pornts lack 0 Nelll
opened up hrs aerlal attack with a 60 yard T D pass to Portrllo Por
tlllo scored agam by sklrtmg the end and reversing hrs freld for 41
yards ln the second half the Eagles marched the full length of the
fleld with Edson gorng around left end for the remarnmg ten yards
0 Nerll made two conversions for the day and this vrctory kept the
Eagles In strong contention for the Olymprc League crown
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ln what was supposed to be a non league practice game Cham: GARY MOYER
nade fought a butter defensive battle wlth stubborn Don Bosco Tech
The determmg factor was the Eagles abrlrty to put together a sus
tamed drrve rn the thrrd perlod which culminated rn lohn Crrllys
trmely 14 yard scamper across the goal The alert play of Chamlnade s
lmemen led by co captain Don Englert proved too much for the
Bosco Tech eleven
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Before a capacrty homecoming crowd the Orange
and Blue stopped the classy St Agnes eleven by
holdmg fullback Harold Coleman all league back
to a net garn of sux yards Chammades scoring
started with lack 0 Nelll sllcmg Into the end zone
from two yards out Late rn the second penod Allen
of St Agnes raced 61 yards to he the ball game at
7 7 at half time Startmg the second half Chammade
qurckly regarned the lead wrth a 10 yard scamper
by fullback Carl Peel for the Eagle s second tally of
the evening However St Agnes forged ahead for
the flrst time 14 to 13 wrth a 55 yard run by Allen
ln the hnal quarter with mmutes to play Chamlnade
agann showed Its superror offensive power by dnv
mg 80 yards wlth Bob Edson powermg off tackle
for the fmal 26 The tlmely runnmg of Gary Moyer
kept Chamrnades offense one step ahead of the
The only team to slow down the powerful Eagles
was Harvard Thrs was a day when both teams drd
exceptionally well on defense Chammade s offense
was not up to par consldermg previous games
Harvard scored In the 1st perrod on a 1 yard pass
play The Eagles scored ln the 2nd penod with a
pass play from 0 Nelll to Egan On the play Egan
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mmade mrssed the extra pomt The remainder of
the game was a hard fought defensive battle wrth
Costley Gray Edson Wmter and Moyer battering
the opponents to the fmal play Bob Costley was
honored with player of the week for hrs hard
fought game as defensive tackle We are sure that
Bob has left an rmpressron on the Saracens of
Harvard Statistics show Chammade outplayed the
Saracens In every phase of the game therefore the
Saracens should be credited with a wonderful effort
to upset the Eagles
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Thrs berng the fmal game of the season and Dads Nrght the Eagles displayed therr real power and
versatllrty by showlng the fans a real football game wrth spread spllt T and flanker formatrons Eagle
runnrng and passmg was executed to perfection scoring 3 T D s on the frrst-1 plays from scrimmage
The hugh sprnted Eagles scored 10 T D s wrth Z berng called back because of penalties The spread
formation was sparked by Maynard Gray glvmg fans the thnlls they strll talk about lack 0 Nerll was
rn command of the T formation and by hrs efforts broke the game wlde open Dennrs Egan who rs
a standout power and break away runner caught the eye of the crowd by gaming 193 of the total 634
yards Men like Crllly Edson Portrllo Wahlrab Parnrn Moyer and Lambrrx showed how the game of
football should be played TDs were scored by 0 Nerll 2 Matyas 1 Peel Egan 2 Newman 1 and
Crrlly 1 Coaches Vukelrch and Carroll were proud of the boys and the wmnrng season
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LEFT T0 RIGHT Front row Jack 0Neill Ed Prendergast Dick Hunsaker Mike
Nlehenke Ken Ortiz Back row Manuel Correla Jlm Galten Frank Matvas
LEFT TO RIGHT Front row Mlke Stevens Blll Lee John Stang' Phil Garofalo
Back row Steven Kealoha John Keller Tom GIVVUI Marshall Lloyd Charles Smith
Mike Dllley fmanagerj
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LEFT T0 RIGHT Front ron Bob Hoppe C url Peel Don Lnglert Ken Ortiz Daxe
Ferguson fc apt 3 Fr Ink 'Shah as Dick Hunsdker Hike Niehenke Jeff McCarr0n 'Hike
Folex Leo Dexlm Bob Fdson Back rms Jlm McKay Carlos Yaldes Ron iimmons
Hike wICL'lUf.,llllIl Hike Lrogh in Clarke Tolton -Xl Weichert Dawton Ollnger
Dennis hgan P iul Poi ondr 1 Joe Zangrllll
Outstanding Eagle "Spike-men"-LEFT T0 RIGHT: Front row, Don Englert, Dave
Ferguson, Frank Mzltyas, Ken Ortiz. Back row, Mike Niehenke, Dick Hunsaker, Jeff
McCarran, Mike Foley, Carl Peel.
MATYAS AND FERGUSON
Potential league and CIF contenders
HOPPE, McLAUGHI.IN, "
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EGAN, McKAY, CROGHAN,
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John Keller Nhunard Gnu John Krog Bill Lee Bull Neuman Back row Bob
McDonald Blll Sanders Phll Gunnmg Whke Folex Charlle Hiller James Merino
Greg Ptntsm Bull Holmes B1llW1nters
Junior Varsity LEFT TO RICHT Front row Don Crawford 'Vhke Games Jerrw
J u n I 0 I' Sheehan Wllke Lelendecker Daxe Dlxon Bob Portlllo PhllCunn1ngham Phll barofalo V a I' S I t y
Back ron Charles Smlth Pat Prendergast Tom Makofske Bull Hodgklss James
Kelly Jlm Kelley Tom Gnwm Mlke Stewens Keun Hayes
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BILL NEWMAN BILL SANDERS
Turnmg the pages of the Aerle In the sectlon devoted to athletrcs
rs much like fllppmg the pages of the calendar Its sprung agaln
the coaches can go outdoors to develop their ulcers the mfreld
hums with encouragmg chatter outflelders rove about the deep
pastures torn between ludgmg a srnlung drwe accurately and
getting the right rythm rn their latest sonnet to true love Its base
ball time agam'
Coached by Mr Thomas Carroll the varslty caprtalrzed on splnt
and speed on the bases. Bro. Charles Goedde dtsplayed has usual
competent hand in developing the freshmen and sophomores on
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Luelle Eric Kennell Paul Poxondrfi 'SFCOND ROYV Duck Milton
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ONBIII Qecond ron Terry Lannl George Howell Ed Bowle Blll Halljun
Bull Qu fzge
Bob Baxter Tennis
Jack Anderson Golf
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Entlre Lettermen Club assembled
Dance Commlttee-LEFT T0 RIGHT Front ron Maynard Gras Gary Mower, Bull
Sanders Don Englert Frank
NIcCarron Oscar Portlllo
Leonettl Bark ron Dxck Hunsaker Bob Costleg Jeff
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Correia-putting Hunsakers' head on straight!
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Everyone enjoys Haljun's witty doings
Launching first man into space
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Men of Chaminade, men ot the Mother of God, are these young
postulants, dedicated to the Queen of Heaven by a special promise
of consecration. Combining work and prayer, study and recreation,
they are enriching their formative years with that curricula so
essential for a future teacher as a Marianist Brother.
HARK! Xve come in quest of counsel.
from the sublime . . . . . . to the ridiculous
Where there's smoke there's . . . Valdez! "A jllg of wine, H loaf of bread. and - - -"
With an accent on the full development of the Chami-
nade student, the resident division stresses training on the
professional level, as well as the religious, along with the
other qualities that make for a Christian gentleman. Seven
Latin American nations are represented among the ranks
of the young men, together with a few of the "local Holly-
wood set." Definite emphasis on the importance of study
has given the division its current reputation of being a place
for the serious-minded.
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Board of Directors: Standing. Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Milton, Mrs.
Meissner, M rs. Sheehan, Mrs. NI2lSt0l'S0lI, Mrs. Cody, Mrs. 0'Neill.
Seated, Mrs. XVinter, Mrs. Hlmsnker, Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Hkxrren.
Mrs. Vzxndenhoff, Mrs. Dixon.
Mrs. Hunsuker, Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Wfarren, Mrs. Vandenhoff. Standing:Mrs.Hunsuker.Mrs.VVinter
Seated: Mrs. Meissner, Mrs. WVurren
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Mr. Stang, Mr. Macauley, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Judge.
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Officers: Mr. Clause, Mr. Makofske, Mr. Stang, Mr. XIr,Judg'e,1SI1', Clause, Mr, Kelly, llr, Lawson
JIM FORD BOB BAXTER
Edltor m Chief Assoclate Edltor
Busmess Manager Layout Productlon
GORDON LAWSON DENNIS MURPHY
Manuel Corrcia-typist and activities: Ray Parnin-activi-
ties: Ernest Rohcllo-typist and activities: Mike Torres-
zlctiviticsg John Gochncr-activities: Miko Reid-activities.
JIM FORD PHIL GUNNING BOB BAXTER TED LEY
Finances Financial Director Artist Copy
Luke other hugh schools Chamlnade rs something more than a
place of learning In the narrow Intellectual sense During the mne
months of the school year the students bulld thelr llves around the
llfe of the school the studles the relrgrous actrvrtles the sports
the soclal affairs the clubs
Together wlth the students many other people become associated
wlth the school and share In nts llfe Among these non student mem
bers of the Chamlnade commumty are the parents and the fnends
the PATRONS to whom the Ilene staff wishes to express lts deep
gratltude Without their Interest and flnanclal assrstance the Ilene
would have been only a dream
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his ml 'vb inwasgssi5 .awfm11
Mrs James B Austln
Mr and Mrs RobertE Baxter and Bob
Mr and Mrs John Bueno
Calllorma Federal Savrngs and Loan Assoclatron
Thomas Rrchard Costello
Mr Wlllram Croarkm
Culver Crty Typewrrter Co
Dr and Mrs lrvmgl Cunmngham
Davrs Studlo of Photography
Dee s Do nut Shop
Paulme De Yoe
Mrs Davrd C Dlxon
Dr BryantJ Dodge
Mr Joseph H Dunmgan
Emerald Religious Supply
Mr and Mrs Edward W Ford
Freshman B 61
Mrs Bridle Furlong
Mr and Mrs JohnJ Galney
Mr and Mrs J E Geever
Greg Grvvm 56
Mr and Mrs H F Goehner
Golden State Meat Co
Gray s Jewelers
Gregory Prlntmg Co
The Gunning Famrly
Joseph M Head 57
Herman s Garage
Mrs Anna Humphrey
The Hunsaker Famrly
Jumor B 59
Mr and Mrs Clmtonl Kelly
Mr and Mrs Raymond E Kelly
Mrs Mary Rowan Kunz
Fredericks and Son Athletic Co
Mr and Mrs Dermot Kyne Qdeceasedj
Mr G L Lerendecker
The Lennon Sisters
The Madonna House
Right Rev Msgr James Mclaughlm
Mr and Mrs Mrchael Mclaughlm
Mrs TobertC McMahon
Mrs Edlth Gunning Meade
Mr and Mrs lalme Mermo
Metwood Manufacturing Co
Mr and Mrs Raymond T Mrller
Edward Mulrooney 54
Nlms St lude Relrglous Shop
Notre Dame Academy Class of 58
Mr and Mrs lohnL Nowlen
Mr and Mrs Patrlck 0 Neal
Mr and Mrs H 0Nerll
Mrs Slmone Pallmen
Palms Lumber Co
Mrs Fawn M Parker
Plece 0 Plzza Restaurants
l H McDonough Plumbing
Mr GregoryA Ptltsm
Mrs Gregoryll Ptltsln
Mr and Mrs lohnW Rybolt
Security Federal Savings and Loan llssocratron of Los Angeles
Senior Class of 58
Mr and Mrs losephF Sodaro
Sophomore B 60
Mr BertS Thomas
WrllramL Tucker 57
Walker Buerge Ford
Walsh Prmtmg Service
Mrs Lewrs0 Wheeler
Mrs MaryL Wmborn
Edwardl Zermet 54
Mr and Mrs M Zubretta
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond V. Parnin
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