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SNlHOJ,nH •, Foreivord The Editor and his Staff present this 1942 El Lago to the Students, the Alumni, and the Friends of Elsinore Union High School, with the assurance that every effort has been made tcr publish an annual that will help to preserve cherished memories. Dedkation-i May we stray a bit from the beaten path to symbolize our (heme with a dedication to a brighter, happier, more carefree and abundant life? We realize (he possible incongruity with the whole world as it is; nevertheless, we want to present this vision with the sincere hope that it may become a reality to you all. Student Council The Student Council is the governing body of the A. S. B., aind is composed of the following mem- bers: Claude Townsend, president; Fred Egleston. vice-president; Helen Nicolas, treasurer; Harvey Root, comptroller; Clarence Harrison, Anmual ed- itor; Cecelia Schenk, secretary; Floyd Evans, senior president; Bill Gibbons junior president; Phillip Callisom, sophomore president; Donald Morgan, fresihmen president; Levjr Burnham, Boys ' Federa- tion; Claire Lillie, Girls ' League; Rudolph Sauser, publicity manager; and Mr. Brumwell and Mr. Cass, advisors. BACK ROW — Mr. Brumwell, Harrison, Nicolas, Lillie, Cass, Schenk. Burnham, MOfRan. FRONT BOW — Gibbons. Root, Evans, Townsend, Callison. Sauser. Egleston. BACK ROW — Root, Townsend. Eeleston. FRONT ROW — Schenk, Nicolas. HarrUon, HoIUster. . S. B. Officers The Associated Student Body comple ' ed a suc- cessful year umder the energetic and able leader- ship of Claude Townsend. The financial state of the organization soared to the highest point in A. S. B. history. This was be- cause of the fi ne cooperation between the compe- tent corps of elected officers and the members of the Associated Student Body. These capable Student Body officers are. Presi- dent, Claude Townsend; Vice-president, Fred Egle- ston; Comptroller, Harvey Root; Treasurer, Helen Nicolas; Secretary, Cecelia Srhenk; Yell leaders, Roy Raindy and Margaret Hollister. The Faculty Mr. D. G. Brumwell Mr. William A. Cass Miss Josephine Giampaolo Mr. Frank R. Houding Mr. H. Lynne Hughes Miss Emma F. Hutchins Mr. C. William Kahm Mrs. Doris Campbell Neblett Miss Ruth Olson Miss Margaret A. Selby Mr. Maurice C. Smith Principal Vice- Principal English Language Girls ' P. E. Science Social Science Domestic Science Mathematics Boys ' P. E. Music Commercial English, Library Manual Arts Lillle, Bodine, Euehes, Fanner. Meirltield. Service Pomt Committee In order to encourage students to seek a ■Well- rounded education, a plan has been organized whereby the students are rewarded for extra-cur- ricular activities. This plan, called the " Service Point System, " was re-organized this year by a committee appointed by the student council. Points are awarded by a committee consisting of four students and one faculty advisor. Pins are giv- en each student earning forty points, and cups to seniors who have rendered outstanding service to the s ho ' ol. To discourage one-sided development, restrictions are placed on points that may be earned in any activity. ;|fe £«V . ■ ' - ' - % t T J3 1 T ' ' " ' ' ' ■■ ■ 1 rZ H H j eU z j ' f w ■aJ. -4 ' ' , ji - - -::. :? ' S ' 1942 Seniors 1942 The senior class of 1942 started t!ie new year with Floyd Evans at the helm as president. At a business meeting, held early in the year, plans were laid for various class activities. Starting the year right by taking their annual " ditch day, " the seniors bundled off to the snow at Big Pines in January. Afler a day of hill-climbi ng, snow-balling and teeth-chattering, the weary upper- classmen adjourned to the comforts of the lodg; fire-place and the symphonic arrangements of the " Juke Box. " Late in the afternoon, in a more or less dried-out condition, they came trudging home, sled runners askew. Shades of Hamlet were presented when the senior Thespians trod the boards of E.U.H.S. and presented " Ever Since Eve. " An exceptional turn- out of appreciative spectators, each foitunately bringing wi.h him the required admis.iiom fee, crowned the intensified efforts .,{ the ca t by ex- panding the class treasury ' .o a grand total ot $100. In May the play cast enjoyed a we 1-earn d weiner bake and skating party, along witli the co-direc ors of the production. Miss Selby and Mr. Church. In keeping with tradi.icn, the sfaiors enjoyed their annual banqu-t at the expense of tr.e juniors. The Junior-Senior banquet v. as held ihis year in the Woman ' s Club, and proved to be the highlight of the year. After a delicious dir ner the banquet broke up in.o smaller par.ies, .hi-h attended shows in Riverside aind Los Angeles. As has been the cu toin in previous years, the seniors continued their banc|uet dissipat.on with a breakfast on the morning of graduation day. On June 9, the seniors, bedecked in ll.eir b ' lus caps and gowns, received t.eir diplomas at a for- mal ceremony attended by th ir parents and friends. ARGUELLES BALDWIN SAUSER HYATT HARRISON ROMSEY ROOT HOLLISTER ' llgk mu mt - - --3| TOWNSEND NICOLAS JENNINGS ZITTELL BARNES TYBIE McENIRY LEON SHAW CAUCH vlORRELL ROOT LILL ' E HASKELL BURNHAM KAELKER FERRET ADAMS ARGUELLO THOMPSON MICHAELS BOGGS STOTT SOTELLO TAPIA ZIMMERMAN SALGADO (not pictured) Juniors BACK ROW— Veesart. Wllks. Arguelles. Stewart. PatznEr Goad. SECOND — Sugden, Hackenburg. Miller. Wreden. Schenk. Schemer. Hvat ,. THIRD — Huslies. Wlmsett. Rorluaush. Miller. Ma ' tin. Bodiii ' . Boone, Edwards. Byce. Taylor, Arehart, Mclntyr ' e, Gust. Crews, Brown. Hutchins. FOURTH — BourLs. Pish. Gih ' -nr.s. Stnr-D ' . HaT -es. FRONT ROW — Kaf.nil.-r. Vega. MorrElI. Git.lns. Esleston. Boscocci. McKenzie. Under the advisorship of Mr. Hughes and Miss Hutchins, and the guidance of a fine corps of offi- cers, the junior class completed a successful year. With Bill Gibbons, president; Hercules Bouris, vice-president; Anthony Fish, secretary; and Bob Stumpf, treasurer; the class built up a good finain- cial standing through its concession rig ' hts at sports events and the annual class play. " June Mad. a three act comedy presented by th- class, which proved to be a success, both liin.incially and dra- matically. The profits ga hered thrcughout the year were spent lavishly on the Junior-Senior banquet held at the Woman ' s Clubhouse May i9th. Sophomores BAC " now -nuii ' ap. Powell. YoiiiiK. Lchr. Miller, Celava Denning, Moody. Hanson, Parrell, Schenk, L.inslnE, Jones, EiecK. Jennings, Bcaeilck, Morrell. SECOND— Glampaolo. Smith, Car.ls:e. Mills, Harman. LIopls, Star, Pleinini;, Baldwin. Cclbert. Sir.ith, THIRD -Pollen, Rav, Booth. Wleht. Farmer. Pelkman. Calllson. Root. Brown. Anderson, Couts Tapia. FRONT ROW— Worthy. Zimmerman. Turner. McSweeney. Young, George. Crandall. Kaelker. The sophomore class has ended a very successful year under the capable leadership of Phi! Callison. Class officers are: President, Phil Callisoa; Vice- l.resideiit. Norman Root; Secretary-treasurer, Be ty Pelkmar; ckcttd the first of the year. The annual sophomore-freshman party was given Oc ober 1 0, and turned out to be a great success. both financially and socially. The class decided early in the year that they would start saving im- mediately for their annual picture and their finan- cially " tough " junior year. TTie sophomores, with the aid of the Jazz Orchestra, sponsored a very suc- cessful dance after the Perris vs Elsinore basketball game. The sophomore class sponsors were: Miss Ciampaolo and Mr. Smith. Freshmaii- BACK EOW— Walker. Stevenson, Strickland. S oke-. Ro ipauKh Meirlfleld Bachlm, Davidson, Graham, Stickland, Ma.ich Moisan, Cozad. Woodward. Rios. S ' aanks, Masdalino. Espinoza. SECOND — Kahm, Auld, Schumacker. Brown, Rnvmond. Scher- ner. Fees, Mummy, Maganosc. Bcuris.. Hull. Farrell. Zim- merman, Arthur, Rice. Mendoza. Hollls, Church. At the beginning of the year ihe freshman class consisted of 72 studen ' .s, which made it larger than any of the other classes. At the time of this writing, only three freshmen had dropped and eight .had been given transfers. As a whole the class has had a very high attendance record. Under the guidance of Miss Selby and Coach Kahm the group has had a very interesting aad ac- tive year. On September 1 2 they elected their class officers as follows. President, Donald Morgan, Secretary, Evelyn Thomas; Vice-president, Gerald THIBD—McEnlr ' . Stewart. Hart. Sui;de! ' . Gu t-ifson. Thomas Morgan. Taylor, Merrlfield. Vcssart. L e. Mor is. FRONT ROvV — E.sc illie;-. Alcaacon. Co.l y. Gold. Montellaro. Jackson. Dominquez, Lillie, Oyas. Ray. Pu.,a. Matte. Taylor; Treasurer, Roy Hor3tman; Yell leader. Marjorie Long. A " freshman initiation assembly " amused the rest cf the student body very much, on Sap ' -emb r 26, and the class took ac ' ive part in all the maga- zine, scrap metal and rubbi h drives in which the school participated. After paying for th;ir annual picture they agreed to invest the remainder cf the money in their treasury in War Savings S.amps. AlenioriaiJL KENNEl H BARBF.R. CLASS OF ' 42. WE ARE HOLDING A PLACE IN OUR GRAD- UATING CLASS FOR OUR CLASSMATE WHOM WE HAVE MISSED THROUGH THE YEARS. iciinf ' Boys Federattoti-) Lew BuitiKam was elected to lead the aoyi Federation as president in an election held in the spring of 1941. The other officers for the 1941- .1942 term were: Rudy Sauser, secretarytreasUref and Bill Daubenberger, vice-president. In a later election the vacancy caused by Bill ' s dropping of school was filled by " Bu .z " Evans. This organi- SatioA is Composed of all the boys who are mem- bers of the S ' .udent Body, and Mr. Cass acts as ad- Visor. This year instead of the annual job of white- Washing the " E " the tederation complied with orders from the government to obliterate land marks, by destroying the symbolic " ' £. ' " Girls ' League Ths new officers were introduced at the first meeting, and President Claire Lillie welcomed the fres ' -.men and introduced the advisor, Miss Hutchins, who outl ' n- ' S the aims rod ideals of the Girls ' L-a5;ue. At the second meeting, plans for " Sadie Hawkins Day " were discussed. Susie Sugden. social chairman, took charge of the arrangements for the dance and a typical " Dog Patch Sadie HawkirtS Day " was held November 28, 1941, complete to the " Kick-a-poo Joy Juice. " The whole affair of race and dance were successful, both socially and fjnancially. During the football season the girls made blue and orange pom-poms, which they sold at the rally before the Perris game. Annual Staff CLARENCE HARRISON TERRELL ROOT PAT ROMSEY CLAUDE TOWNSEND CLAIRE LILLIE LEW BURNHAM Editor Busineis Manager Art Editor Boys ' Spor-s Girls ' Sports Snapshots BACK ROW — Root. HoUister. Thompson. Root. Sauser. Cauch. Baldwin. Hyatt. Townsend. Salaado. Cass. FRONT ROW — Harrison, Morrell. Sotello, Tapia, Zittell. Nicolas, Romsey. Burnham. Lillie. Harrison, Root. Burnham. Romsty. LilLe. Towns nd. Pelican Staff CARL CAUCH . . Editor REPORTERS ROOT, HOLLISTER, THOMPSON. ROOT. SAUSER. BALDWIN. HYATT, TOWNSEND SALGADO. HARRISON, MORRELL. LILLIE SOTELLO. TAPIA, ZITTELL. NICOLAS ROMSEY, BURNHAM MR. CASS .... Advisor Scholarship Society BACK ROW— Hanumi. Gi;impuoIo. LUlie. Root. Miller FaiTell Munimy. SECOND— Townsend. Gust. Tapla. Bodlne. Parmer, Boone Parrell. FRONT ROW Mills. Scheuk, Nicolas, Root, Calllson, Usherettes Unders the fine leadership of Irma Shaw, presi- dent, the Usherette Club has comple ed its third successful year. This club is composed of t!iree girls fiom every class chosen by the members of the club. This year ' s members are: seniors, Irma Shaw. Mar- garet Hollister. Helen Nicolas; Juniors. Neoma Hackenberg. Mary Taylor. Cecelia Schenk: sopho- mores. Virginia Schenk, Janice Hanson. Dorothy Morrell; feshmen. June Strickland. Evelyn Thomas. Johnell Walker. They ushered at the senior play, jujnioT play. Christmas program, public schools week. Baccalaureate and Commencement. Officers, Irma Shaw, president; Helen Nicolas, secretary- treasurer; Miss Olson, advisor. Membership in the Scholarship Society is made up of students who earn superior grades and have a higih merit standing. At the first meeting, Claire Lillie was elected president, and Miss Giampaolo appointed advisor. A joint progressive dinner and initiation was held soon after. TTien new members were initiated at a " scavenger hunt ' and party held early in the second semester. The graduating seniors who have earned life membership in the C. S. F. this year are: Claire Lillie, Terrell Root, Harvey Root and Claude Townsend. Hollister. Taylor. Hackenburg, Shaw. Hanson. Nicolas. Morrell, Walker. Strickland, Tliomas, Schenk, Schenk, Olson, o O 4 4 oys ' Glee The boys ' glee club, under the direction of Mrs. Neblett. participated in the cantata " Christmas Bells " which was given in December. The group also sang in a combined program in April for Public Schools Week. The Boys ' and Girls ' Glee Clubs also sang sev- eral numbers at Baccalaureate and Commencement. BACK ROW — Edwards. Byce, Llllle. Bodlne. Hollister, Boone. SECOND — Hanson. Shaw. Rios. Martin. Mclntyre. Romsey. THIRD — BrowTi. Hyatt. Morrell. FaiTell Starr. Fanell. FRONT ROW — Hackenburg. SUKden. Cozad. Miller. Flemins. Booth. Woodward. Lansing. Hani.son. Turner. Burnhani. Crandall. Root. E lfston, Neblett. Girls G. ' ce The girb ' g ie club, under th direction of Mrs. Neblett, was unusually large this year, consisting of 35 girls. Every member was requi ed to take a vocal au- dition, and by this moans her voice placement antl position iin the glee club was established. The group participated in the Cantata, " Christ- mas Bells, " which was given in D-cember to a large and appreciative audiemce. This year the cpntata was written, as well as directed, by Mrs. Neblett. Another musical program was presented ii, April for Public Schools Week, in which the combined girls ' and boys ' glee clubs sang. The grouo also sang several numbers at Baccalaureate and Graduation. SEXTETTE— Hvatt. Bodlne. Byce. Bocne, Holl ster. Shaw. TRIO — MUlei, Morrell, Hacenburg. Sextette and Trio Tryout; were held and from thes; the members of the sexte: and trio were chosen, on the basis of voice, pcrsonahty and blend. The two organizaticns gave a tremendous num- ber of programs, singing for various civic organiza- ticns and school asscmbMes. The groups had special Eoio spots in the Chris mas Cant:ita. Gradua ion and Baccalaureate programs. Mrs. N;blett does all the arranging for these groups. Their repertoire includes a great varie y of selections, including sacred, secular and popular aumbers. BACK ROW— Thompson Townsend. Colbert Wilks, Jennings, Neblett. Fees. Farmer. SECOND — Taylor, Gittlns. Patzner, Jennings, Jones, Moody Roderick, Arguello. Celava. Gustaf.son FRONT ROW— Bogf,s, Zlttell, Hull, Ar uelles, Barnes, Root, Schenk, ArRuelles. Orchestra-: M»mbers are: Trumpets, Bob Jennings, John Patzner, Bri..hy Gitiens Bob Jones, Duaine Rod- erick, John Moody; Trombone, Curtis Thompson: Sousaphone T " r " nf y Wilks; Drums. Bill Jennings; Accordian, Dale Gus afson; Saxophones, David Ar- guello. Wi liam Cel ,ya, Milton Barnes, M rcello Ar- guslles, Harvey Root; Violins. Roy Randy, F.va Ma- Baggs, Phyllis Zittell. Joyce Marie Hull, Katherine Boone. Glori? Bodine; Clarinets Cecelia Schenk, Rudy Arguelles; Cello, Dorthy Colbe-t; Marimba. Mary Taylor; Baritcne, Claude Townsend; Pianos, Shirley Farmer and Shirley Fees, Student Stores Maudle Sheld. Betty Smith Above — Evans. Schenk. Booth. Root Haynes. Tvbie. Nelson Below — Kelker. Caillson. Egleston. Booth Schenk. Evans. Harrison. Tyble The Student Store, which is run exclusively for the students, has had a rather precarious existence the last couple of years. Since the candy section has been moved from the cafeteria to the science build- ing, however, business has improved. The comp- troller, Harvey Root, has done ihe buying, with Fred Egleston selling at noon and Betty Smi ' h in charge after the seventh period. The Senior Class Play This year ' s energetic senior class produced one if thj most outsta;.diiig plays ever produced in the ELiaore Union High School. Aclivitiy on the play began by appoin ' ing a com- mittee to select the play. This committee had four members; Miss S.:lby. Miss Olson, Margare. Hollis- ter, and Claire Liilie. Miss Selby and Miss Olson went to Los Angeles for a week-eind to pick out some possibilities and brought back two. " The Charm School " and " Ever Since Eve. " The latter was finally chosen. Buzz " Evans then asked for volunteers for the different jobs, anrl aopo nt;d the following: Sauser stage manager; Phyllis Zittell, property manager; Harvey Root, business manager; Eva Mae Boggs. Prompter; and Beryl Baldwin with H. L. Hyatt, stage managers. A meeting was soon called for those interested in trying out for the cast and Iry-outs were held. Those making the grade were: Irma Shaw as Mrs. Clover; Claude Townsend as Johnny Clover; Curtis Thompson as Mr. Clover; Bob Jennings as Spud Erwin: Claire Liilie as Susan Blake; Pat R omsey as Betsy Erwin; Helen Nicolas as Martha Willard; Bud Barnes as Henry Quinn; Mary Lou Morrell as Lucybelle Lee; Terrell Root as Preston Hughes; and Clarence Harrison, Beryl Baldwin, Billy Sagado as football players. After the cast was chosen, work was started on the stage. Many difficulties were encountered, but because of effort on the part of the stage manager and crew the difficulties were overcome. The stage crew members were: Rudy Sauser, H. L. Hyatt, Beryl Baldwin. Mr. Curtis and Carlo Nielson. Miss Selby and Mr. Church were the directors and had a hard time getting practice under way, with the stage crew running all over the stage and hanging from rafters. Tlie finishing touches were put on by Carl Cauch. The programs were made by Miss Olson ' s class, with the aid of Pat Romsey. Pat and Ed Perret also made posters which were put up about the town and valley. The week before the play the town was canvassed and many tickets were sold. Large crowds attended both performances. At the end of the night perfor- mance Miss Selby was presented with flowers and Mr. Church received a wallet as tokens of appre- ciation. " oys ' LettermatLs, BACK ROW — Arguelles. Zimmerman. Burnham. Lovett. Powell. Barnes, Saleado. Townscncl. Worthy. Root. SECOND — ArRUello. Leon, Gibbons, Glttins, Kltch. Hvatt. Young. Pish, Eeleston. Sauser. FRONT BOW — Turner. Cauch. Stewart. Cole. Kazmter. Bald- win, Wilks, Patzner. Beck. Escalller. This club is composed cyf boys in school who have earned a school letter in some type of ath- letics. In an election held at the beginning of the school year, Alfred Kazmier was elected president; Bill Gibbons, vice-president; and Beryl Baldwin secretary-treasurer. For the first time in quite a few ye.-.rs this club ' s financial status was put in the b.iok. Th ' s task was accompli:hed by l.he sta? ' pg of a lettermen ' s benefit basketball gam with the Elsi- nore Naval Academy, which netted enough to pay the club ' s picture in the acinual. The Varsity l-OP ROW— Hyatt. Glttlns, Haynes. ArEUello. Klteh BOTTOM ROW— Morrell. Stewart. Gibbons, fialdwhl, Townsend. S - Footall Squad A light Elsinore Tiger football team checked coat suits in September. Nine returning lettermen bol- stered the team, but weight was missing, the line averaging 1 38 pounds. The lead-off game was with the San Bernardino sophomores, who were easily ' taken " 26-0. Then came the test — the game with Hemet — last year ' s champs. This battle saw two determined teams fight to a scoreless tie until the last three minules, when Hemet scored on a " lucky " break, ending the game 7-0. This session saw two BACK ROW— Boscoccl. Barnes. E-scaller. Rod-rlck. L»on. Baldwin. McKenzle. Stewart. Stumph. CalUson. Taylor. Morrell. FRONT ROW— Townsend, Sau.sev. Hyatt.. Gibbons. Turner. Kazmler. Kitch. Glttlns, Haynes. Arauel-O. Bouils. Captain Kazmier coach Kahm able veterans lost to the team because of injuries. Beryl Baldwin and Bill Salgado. Next Ihe " jinks " game with San Jacinto, which ended, as it did last year, a scoreless tie. The Sherman Braves, cham- picns of the league this year, gave the Tigers their worst defeat, 38-0. Finally victory came again with a 7-0 triumph over the Academy. The las. gams of the season was against Ferris. The odds were four to one against the Tigers in this game, but the " under dog " upset the dope and won 7-0. For the season, Elsinore won three, tied one, losl two. ' A " Basketball The Varsity squad ' s record this year was very poor, because of the fact that this team was lacking in height and speed. The season opened with the Tigers defeating San Jacinto 37-26 for the Elsinore squad ' s only victory of the season. Defeats came quickly. Root. Wllk. " ;. Stumph. Kazmler, Glttlns, Salgado. Arguello. Absent — Baldwin, Farrell. E!sictOre Elsinore Elsinore Els.nora 32 Sherman 48 28 Perris 70 30 Heniet 50 I I San Jacinto 50 tlsirior 17 Sherniart 5i Elsinora 25 Perris 95 Elsinore 24 Hehiet 30 Average per gatile for EUinore 24.2; opponents 52 points. Alfred Kazmier wa» high point man. ' ' B " Champs TOP RO W — Arguelles, Powell. Bottom Row — Burnham, Haynes. Coach Kahm. for the third strait;ht year, coached a Tiger Bee squad to the co jnty ' ■ ' lampion- ship. Unbeaten and untied in all league games, this brilliant team ended its season with an average of 39.7 points per game, to their opponents ' 20.7. John " Spark-plug " Zimmerman, easi ' y won the Riverside County League ' s indiv dual scoring cham- pionship in this divi ion with 1 35 points, an average of 1 7 points a game, to set a new scoring record. Bud Haynes and Lew Burnham also placed high in the county with 60 and 40 points re:p.ctively. Captain Zimmerman and " Bee " Trophy. Elsinore 26 San Jacinto 16 Elsinore 54 San Jacinto Elsinore 47 Sherman 28 Elsinore 37 Sherman Elsinore 38 Perris 16 Elsinore 44 Perris Elsinore 38 Hemet 6 Elsinore 36 Hemet 18 26 26 21 " C " Basketball The Elsinore Cee basketball team finished an ex- c:llent season wi:h 152 points to its credit against its oppoiriints ' 1 18. This scoring record was not suf- ficient, however, in the final week of play, the leagiie standins; found a tie among Heme ' , El inore and SSerman. In i-.n overtime frame Hemet defeated E ' sinore 26 to 23, to put the Timers out of the ru.ining. Dick McKenzie took high scoring honors o 1 this squad for the seasoa. Ehinore 36 S:m Jacinto Els nore Elsinore E ' sinore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Ehinore 21 Sherman 33 Perris 33 Hemet 24 S n Jacinto 10 Sherman 77 Perris 23 Hemet 13 11 14 20 9 27. 13 26 Puga, Callison, Bourls. McKenzie, EscalUer. Conley, Hart. Siigden, Mori ©randall, Gustafson, " D ' ' " Basketball This light weight Tiger team ' s luck was very in- consistent during line staro: . In league games the " feathers " lost four and won f-ur This year ' s squad was c( mpo.,ed of all n-w talent and wilh this in view. Coach looks for a baner teaiii in the Cee class next year. Donald Mor ,an was hif;h point man for the season. The box tccne. E ' sinore EL-inore Elsinore Elsinore Elsinore Els ' nore Elsinore 24 San Jacinto 15 9 Sherman 23 36 Perris 11 16 Memet 26 25 San Jacino 9 10 .Sherman 22 22 Perris 13 " baseball The baseball schedule was upset this year by th outbreak of the war. In a meeting of the coaches of .his county it was decided that the baseball schedule be played o. ' f on one day on Elsinore s field. This was done in ord=r to solve the transportation problem. The tournament was held March 28, and Sher- man came out victor after defe .t ng Elsinore in the final play-off. The scores for he day were: Sherman 19 Hem:t 3 Elsinore I? S n Jacinto 5 SVierman 20 Perris 2 Elsinore 3 Sherman 19 BACK ROW-- Zimmerman. Worttiy. Gibbcn. . Eeleston, Towns, end, Baldwin. Barnes. Burnham. F ' s ' . Powe 1 CpIrv! SECOND — Kltch, E.sca ' .lier, Patzr,er, Bcuris, Ycu.g, Wllks, Arguelles, Dominguez, Gittms, Ka mUr. FRONT ROW — McKenzle, Taylor, Hayiies C le. Mon-ell. Bos- cocci, Conley, Callison, Morgan, Puea, Goad. BACK ROW— SalKodo. Burnliaui. Zlmmerm;-n. Powell, Ar uelle-s FRONT ROW--EscaIller. Hay:-.es. Etumph. Monteliaro. DomluQ ' jez, Tracks, A quadrangular meet which included Hemet. Perris. Sherm. n and Elsinore, opened tS.e track season of 1942. Perris Pant ' ers won the meet with Sherman second. ElsLnore third and Hemet fourth. Beryl Baldwin broke the county and school rec- ord in the varsity hop, step and jump, by a leap of 41 ' 5 " . and Herulss Bouris put the Class Cee shot 44 ' 61 ? ' . for a new school and coun y record. Other school records smashed this year were: Donald Morgan, Cee high jump, 5 ' I " ; John Patz- ner. Bee hop, step and jump. ?8 ' lO ' i " ; Fred Egleston, Bee 1320, 3:29,8, and 660 l,2 7 ' ,8. wsm |pi B| H H Hf H| II III 1 BH I IV vl 1 9 iM a 11 11 9Ui r ' VI n " " - ' i Huudin :, M(.Trifleki. Sauser. Beck. Lansing, Root. Absent — JeiinlnKs, Boot, Caucb. Tennis Tennis championship was won by Loth the grirls ' and boys ' tennis teams this year. Each of the teams competed in the R. C. L. eliminations held at Hemet, and the Tiger squads carried off top honors in boh divisions. The boys ' team included: Louis Beck, first singles; Norman Root, second singles; Harvey Root third singles; Bob Jenaings, fourth singles; Louis Beck and Norman Root, first doubles; Clarke Lan- sing and Carl Cauch, second doubles. Shirley Strickland. Irma Shaw. Margaret Mclntyre. Joyce Hamion. Carol Mills, Hazel Schemer, The girls team was composed of Shirley Strick- land, first singles; Carol Mills, second singles; Hazel Schemer, third singles; Joyce Harmon, fourth singles; Shirley Strickland and Margaret Hollister, first double. ; and Irma Shaw and Eva Mae Boggs. second doubles. Girls ' Athletic Association This year the Girls ' Athletic Association was or- ganized to take the place of the former Girls ' Let ' er- man Club, and Fern Martin was elected presidemt. Miss Giampaolo ' , girls ' athletic advisor, maje new and stiffer rules for the awardimg of let eis. A G. A. A. constitution was approved by the Student Council and passed. Volleyball led off the schedule of spor s, and the tournament which marked the end of the season was won by the seniors. Basketball was played dur ' ng the second quar- ter, and the sophomores took basketball honors for i ' ;i2. A night dance was given by the G. .A. A. in Maich to raise money for the annual picture. BACK ROW — Nicolas. Mjllt:l, Gust. Rlus tlut.iiauj. Giampaolo. SECOND — Harman. Mils. Farme.-. V r-d n Hr.Uster. PaONT ROW-Hyatt, Sui,dLJi. Ma:t:n, Llir.c:. Erou-n. I hi comi -ig of sprirg m: ' rk-:cl the beginni;i " " i cf baseball and tennis pra-tice. The bas ball tourna- men ' ; ended in victory for the sophcinores. Eiiin ' nr.tion matches were KtlH duing ih? firs! part of the tennis season to determine ' h ' : 194i! tennis team. The team ' tyn the first inter-school m.it h, which was held at Pe;ri:. 1 his ;Mi(it ' cd them to ent r the Riverside Co:nity League meet at Hemet, where the girls wal ' v r! ( ff wilii enough points to win the R. C. L. championship. SNAPS— THE OPPOSITE PAGE. I— MOOSE. 2— SO I SAYS TO HER. 3— A. S. B. PRESIDENT (AGE FOUR). 4— WHAT A RACKET! 5 COACH KAHM AND PARDNER. 6— " MY FRIENDS. " 7— BEFORE AND AFTER. 8 HOWDY, STRANGER! 9— WANTA FIGHT? SNAPS— TURN THE PAGE. I— HIGH AND MIGHTY SENIORS? 2 WERE ON EASY STREET! 3— HUMOR BOYS. 4— ME AND MY SHADOW. 5— FIND THE WOLF. 6— " BARNACLE BILL " AND NORMA. 7— WHERE ' S THE BUS? 8— WHAT YOU GOT THERE, DOC? 9— LUNCH TIME. 1 0— DON ' T FEED THE ANIMALS. Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1942 GUENTHER ' S MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS " California ' s Greatest Health Resort " Murrieta, California MODE O ' DAY DRESS SHOP 106 North Main Street Eisinore, California presents KNOX MANNING CBS Every Sunday 5:45 " BUY RIGHT AT WRIGHT ' S " Home Delivery 118 W. Graham HILLVIEW DAIRY " You can whip our cream but you can ' t beat our milk. " Frozen Products Eisinore, California Phone 232 Meats, Groceries Vegetables Eisinore Corona 5c $1.00 BEN FRANKLIN STORES and and Main Street, Eisinore 10c up " ECONOMY FOR VICTORY " C. W. HARRIS AND SON Eisinore California Congratulations FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELSINORE G. R. Gough, President A. E. Gustafson, Cashier Fred B. Klarer, Assistant Cashier Phyllis M. Starr, Teller Wilme Deskins, Book-keeper Eisinore Calif ornia G. J. GEISELMAN ' S TEXACO SERVICE Main and Sumner Phone 383 " Let Us Marfak Your Car " Howard Kitch Buzz Evans A. G. KECK SON Hardware Paints and Ammunition Elsi sinore California Cafe Elsinore WREDEN HOTEL Hot Mineral Baths Phone 210 Compliments of The Management Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Popovich C. V. Wreden, Owner CHECKERBOARD CAFE " Good Food for Everybody 105 North Main Street Elsinore, California TECHNOCRACY Inc. 155 E. 44th Street New York City ELSINORE THEATRE Extends to Each and Every Graduate Sincere Congratulations and Best Wishes Compliments of ALLBRIGHT ' S Automotive Supplies and Equipment Riverside California GENERAL TIRE COMPANY OF RIVERSIDE Recapping, Section Repairs Ignition, Carburetion Repairs Riverside Californa Phone 1210 Elsinore, California DILL LUMBER CO. Complete Line of Building Materials Compliments of THE GRAND VIEW CREAMERY COMPANY 622 Main Street onora California " Let ' s Keep Them Going UP, UP, UP! " DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. of San Bernardino 444 " H " Street San Bernardino, California Congratulations, Seniors, For Your Fine Record Compliments of JACK T. SILVER Pioneer Chemical Co. Pioneer in Sanitations ART C. HIGHAM Musical Instrument Repairs 737 South Hill Street, Los Angeles " Official Repair Studios for the Elsinore Union High School Compliments of THE VALLEY TYPEWRITER COMPANY 482 4th Street San Bernardino California ELSINORE PUBLIC MARKET Meats Groceries Vegetables Mr. Schemer Mr. Tappan Mr. Bouris El smore California STEVEN ' S New and Used Goods " Bought, Sold and Exchanged " Elsinore California FRANK W. ODIORNE i jf Authorized Dealer Elsinore ' s Finest Garage and Service Station Phone 70 210 South Main Street Compliments of ELSINORE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of BROCK ' S TOGGERY ELSINORE BAKERY Everything in Baked Goods for Your Home or Party Baked Fresh Daily STERLING PHARMACY Prescription Druggists Phone 480 Elsinore, California Compliments of J. O. WALSER Licensed Real Estate Broker Insurance Notary Public 106 N. Main, Elsinore Phone 1300 LAKESIDE CHEVROLET CO. 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