Elsinore Union High School - El Lago Yearbook (Wildomar, CA)

 - Class of 1952

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'. a .- We 791mm Wwmga STUDENTS OF ELSINORE UNION HIGH SCHOOL GREETINGS In the two years I have been ln your school I have found many things whlch have pleased me very much and of course many things which have not pleased me One of the things involving the entire student body whlch has been most gratlfylng to me IS that of religious and raclal tolerance A democracy has no place for religious or racial intolerance llefs represented Our puplls mingle together in all phases of school activity without a trace of frlctlon over raclal or religious differ ences You have learned and are practicing one of the first prlnclples of democracy Sincerely ANTHONY E KARNES Dzstrzct Supermtendent G 1 , , 7 9 , . Here in this school we have many races and many religious be- ..f!:'5:1-g:-,-,, 1 I ' .Y5 ' s I 7 ,.u---' MRS. AL'fLl'STA DAY SCIIUUI Nuff? MR. FRI-IDRICK ORR Shop MR. WVILLIAM RAY Music MRS. ROSE LEWIS Commercial Dept. 441'-Rfk. MR. ALBERT SWAN Science Athletics MRS. JUNE SARCENT English MRS. VERA WILLIAMS Art MR. JOHN WILLIAMS Football Coach Driver? Ed. Q H! , .dh-Jrffff I' ffwml 4 f,A1M- Z MR. KENNETH HOWELL Science Math MISS IACQUELINE COZAD Home Economics MR. GEORGE HUNNEX Spanish Math MISS GLORIA COX Physical Ed. MRS. MILDRED WEISSEND History MR. HOWARD DOSCH Agriculture MR WILLIAM CASS Algebra Vice Prmczpal MR DAVID McCOlVIAS Speech and Drama Adagio Custodians MR. PORFIRIO VILLA MR. WALTER PONTIOLS MR. A. R. JONES MR. ERNEST JOHNSON Head Custodian A gif J ffl, C Y' A sg AH4 AA ,fd 14.4.10 limba N 'f .q uam V, ,M 'op TJQVQX A 0 SM ,'-lr X 5 . 7 'A fa. f . I' J 4 ' x 4 W . 7 f f , - f , - N- 'J A1y',V- , x , . ' PAT WOOLEY Treasurer DUANE JOHNSON President KAY CURRAN Secretary El? ? N -.ca 2:0 cn :Cm 2.50 2-E im E cw Mn Q -R G99 E-L AAS ' a 6 6 'Z 4 'til'- On September 13, 194-8, through the glad hearts of 77 freshmen echoed the words "we made it." We are finally in high school. Our freshman and sophomore years were very inactive except for various dances and social events. Our junior year started in a mad whirl of hot dogs and cokes. When the time came we decided to present "Home Sweet Homicidew for our junior play. With what was almost a record breaking crowd we considered it very much of a success. Finally the big day came and all our work paid off. Un May 18, we gave the senior class of "51,' a very elaborate prom and banquet. lt took place at the Spa Country Club and every one involved thought it a big success. Now we are seniors. Again we say "we made it." This year we are looking forward to a very nice prom. It is our sincere hope that somewhere in the future once again the words "we made it" may echo through the hearts of every graduate of the CLASS OF 1952 as they realize their fondest dreams. Remembering the days as green freshmen . . . A . if RAFAELA AMBRIOLA :Xnnual Frlitor 43 Operetta 2: Cheer- lf-afler 31 junior Play 31 :Xnnual Staff 3: CSF 3. 43 Student Cnunvil 4: Ten- nla 3. 4. BILL BENEDICT AMANDA BROSE Football 2. 3. 43 FFA 2. 3. 4: CO-op. Contest 2. 3g Jun' MALCOLM BARNETI' Yaraity Tennis 23 Letter' cert lg Opvretta 2: GAA 4 Junior Play 3. mans' Club 3. 43 Baavball 3. 4: FFA 4. ior and Senior Play Stage Hand. I EROLINOA RYRROLA Spring fron:-4-rt lg f.,-XA 1. 2. 3. 41 Music 1. 45 Cafe-tr-ria 4. JOHN CANTALESSI Football 2. 3. 4: -Krt Club 3. 41 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4: Annual Staff 43 Lf-ttermans' Club 4. Cleef Club 1, 21 Spring Con- SANDRA BALDWIN GAA 1, 2, 3. 4: CSF 1. 2. 3. 4: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 41 Annual Staff 43 President CSF 4. VERNON BROWN Football 1. 2, 3. 4: Ag. 1, 2 3: Junior Play 33 Letter man's' Club 1, 2, 3: Office 4 . gn: Remembering the exchange assemblies , old jokes in a new setting . . Clif fi GLEN CARLSON MARTHA LOU CLYDE FFA 1, 2, 33 Football 3, 4, Basketball GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, CAA 3, 43 Leilermansl Club 3, 4. Vice President 4, FHA Historian 4, Girls' Baseball 1. KAY CURRAN CAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Class Secretary 4, Junior Play 3, Usheretts 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4. SHIRLEY EDWARDS GAA 1, 2, 3, CSF 2, 4, ASB Treasurer 4: .lunior Play 3, MARVIN DAVENPORT Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. Crier 3. Senior Play 4, Campus MONTY FINNELL Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4, Speech Contest 1, Junior Play Stage Hand, lnitiation Committee. Z 3 ED GERNERT knights and Cbatalines Z, Ba-kctliall and Baseball Manager 2, Junior Class President 3, Junior Play 3, Football Manager 3. ARLENE HABEINICHT GAA 1, 3. 4, CSF 1, 2, 3, 4, ASB Sec. 4, Annual Statf 4. L-herett, 1, , 4, Junior Play 3, Junior Class Vice President 3, Sophomore Treasure-F 2, FHA 3, 4. LEON HALL LOLA LEE HALL Basketball 2 4 Football 3 4 Bw- GAA 1 44 FHA 1, 43 FHA president ba 3 4 Junior Play 3g Songleader 3. BOB KERDROAN FFA 2, 35 FFA Reporter 3 Junior Play 35 Football 3 A Llagio 4. i Remembering the long hours of study zn preparation for semester finals . . . FI-ORENE LYNCH CHARLES McAvoY CSF 1- 3, 43 CAA lg Annual Staff 3. Freshman Class Treasurer 13 Sopho- 4g Junior Class Secretary 33 Junior more C1555 President 2, ASB Vice Play 35 Senior Play 4, FHA Vice President 33 Junior Play 3, ASB Presi- Presiiient 4g ASB 3. dem 4. BILL MERTZ GENE MUMMY DAVID PARKS WILBERTA PE'I'rE'r Football 3, Junior Play 3, Freshman President 15 Base- Football 1g FFA 2, 3, 4, Leeving High School 1, 2, 3 Track 3, 4, Baseball 4-g Sen- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Cafeteria 1, 23 Junior Play ior Play 4. 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g 33 Senior Play 4. Junior Play 33 Lettermans' Club 2, 3, 4, K. and C..1. ANDREW PoNcE Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 44 Junior Play 3g Football 4, FFA Secretary 2, FFA President 3. RACHEL Rios Spring Concert 1, C-lee Club 2, Oper- etta 25 Junior Play Set Designer 3, Senior Play Set Designer 43 "Campus Crier Reporter 4. 1- GEORGE RUSHING To look back and remember lS somethmg all should enjoy. Keep in mind, it is best always to move onward. RAYMOND SEPULVEDA jason Lee junior High lg Caleximi Baseball 2- 3- 43 Basketball 4- Union High 2. 31 EUHS 4g Senicr Play 43 Senior Vive President 4. DONNA SNODGRASS GAA 1, 2, 4g FHA 2, 3, 43 FHA Secretary 4-g Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4-g Class Queen 1. GRANT FANNER EUGENE TAYLOR Central Valley lg Sequoia 2: FFA 2. 3. Perris 3g EUHS 43 FFA 4. MARION STOKES Football 2. 3. 43 FFA 2, 3. 43 Junior Play Manager 33 Lettermans' Club 3. 44 Senior Play 4. WINONA WINTER GAA 1. 2. 3, 4: CAA President 4: Tennis 3. 41 FHA 43 Art Club 2. 3. PAT W'v0OI.EY CAA 1. 2, 3. 41 CSF1. 2. 3, 4: Can1l'Ui Crier 3, 43 FHA President 3g Junior Play 33 SeniOr Treasurer 4. Seniors not pictured are: 1 JEANETTE CALVIN JOANNE HAZARD JANICE JANDEBEUR Crossmont High 1, 23 San Bernardino Lake View High, Lake View, Oregon Oak Park High 1, 2g Lakeview High 33 EUHS 4. 1, 2, 3g EUHS 4. 33 EUHS 4. Doms ST. ANNE PAUL SWINEHART IERRY WOOD FHA 2, 3, 4g Junior Play Set Designer Narimasu, Tokyo Japan 1, 2, 35 EUHS Central High, Flint Midligan 1, 2, 3 35 Senior Play Set Designer 4g Adagio 44 Basketball 4. EUHS 4' 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3. , x . V y A 1 ,-gg. ,' . 'feed in O .A gif" H 1 ,fiiefl Q , ,L K . gf' W, . ' fs ' ""t:Q ' 1 'Rf' Ngk :KA-.,....:, Senior Halloween King and Queen RAFIE AMBRIOLA and DUANE JOHNSON A.S. B. President CHA-XRl.ES MCAYOY N .5 --13-...... THE SENIOR PLAY The class of '52 presented this year on the 12th of January a three-act comedy entitled Plain English, directed by Mr. McComas. The cast of characters included: Professor Carter ,,s., Mrs. Carter ,,,,,s Laura Carter ..,, A urelia ..,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,A Bill Anderson s,.... Ellie Carter .....,,s Ruthie Barnes I ack .,,,,,,.,,,, Speed ,,,.,,s George Rushing . r,ss, Sandra Baldwin Sylvia Knittle .. ,.,i,,iii. Lois Kriseler Dwaine Johnson . Linda Hutchens Shirley Edwards Marvin Davenport , . John Cantacessi The seniors tried a new method of play practicing. Three mornings and two after ,noons of the week before the play, were devoted entirely to practicing. This arrange ment helped make the play a huge success. WL gffw I .NI W QW J,,m'5w www 'MW X ll. w gf 4, .Qi 1' 75" 1 ' ff nf f Xa Q N 9 - X ' Q x x X M N Nh .H ,I QQ U W 7 W X if ri- ,, 2 M . 11 K If ' Ill ' aff 4 5 l file! Robert Caudillo 2 President Paulette Allen Vice President Sally Phillips Secretary Frances Ambriola Treasurer emma efddd 0660! qfwtafzy Smce last September the members of the CLASS OF 1933 have been upper class men w1th all the rlghts and prlvlleges pertalnlng to the elevated status of jumors lt seems a long way back to the fall of 1949 when some seventy mnocent scared green frosh entered the portals of E U H S But almost at once the class of 53 began to show great promlse as both boys and glrls made Varslty teams as freshmen As sophomores the gang really began to do thlngs ten boys won letters ln football three ln Varslty basketball seven on the Bee team four on the Cees In track there were sxx baseball elght and ln tennls four The glrls also were wmners wlth flrst and thlrd smgles m tenms and three 1n doubles Also a sophomore girl was Elsmores repre entatlve at the lndlo Farr two were yell leaders and another was Edltor of the school paper Thls year the class 15 off to a grand start wlth Bob Caudlllo the only all league football play er from Elsmore The El Lago will go to press too early to record all the honors the class of 03 ws 1ll no doubt have thls year but It w1ll dommate most athletlcs Wlthout questlon most of the class success IS done by the wlse guidance of three advlsors Mr Werssend Mlss Cox and Mr Dosch f l r I . f- 44 ,, . . . . . . . . A 1 1 sc sa 9 2 1 9 ' . . . . . . . . A . , . . . . . . . , C . . - . -f 5 . . - V. . Y . f - aa- va ,- , . . . , . . . , . , . . Top row: Gagnon, Strickland, Mummy, McKenzie, Turner, Castillo, Telford, Bushman, Chavez, Rhoades, Bluemel, Rod- riguez, Gernert, Telford, Schmitt, Lee, Murphy, Ramsey, Roripaugh, Hilton, Gibson, Marsell, Hales, Allen, Caudillo. Carr, Dominguez, Harris, Kean, Cass, Phillips, Roripaugh, White Ambriola Chostner. Malnar Se ulveda, Ponce, De v H , 9 P Coro, Brown, Moore, Castro, Rothlis, McAvoy, Arthur, Jones, Kahn, Oyas, Gary, Pittenger, Mezori, Durdin, Brennestahl, Blackford, Williamson. Halloween King and Queen GORDON MUMMY and JUNE RORIPAUGH if Q , 'Vx duncan pdfwwfe Wczfealuze RM , tix.. .. ,. V 3' X! S,,e4amafze4 0 Carl Johnson Preszdent Paralee Stokes Secretary Ruth Dodson Treasurer Wade Sargent Vice President wt' We of the SOPHOMORE CLASS of 1952 started our second year of Elsmore Umon High School feeling now as if we really belonged after the hardshlps of belng freshmen their very much appreclated guidance we gave the flrst dance of the year The Freshmen Welcome Dance Two cheerleaders hall from our class this year They are Pat Baker and Jlm Wxthrow This year the sophomores ordered their beautiful class rings wlth appropriate emblems All are looking forward to wearing them 1n thelr Junior year We hope that next year will be as enjoyable as thls one has been for all of us I I t Z 0 This year the sophomores have as their advisors, Mrs. Sargent and Mr. Ray. With Wqwvngwffwfwu X!! f 5 1 MGM! 11117111 fyqgymf I "X xxx 1 Z fl 4 4 2 X , 'gif' , X, M 1 K! 1 X , I X, K . , X ff f 1175 4? 1 . N-gi I wtf S , R v K xv, 44 .A 'rm 7 I -VA..- fffwif 419' ,dnl .Y 05 4 02 Larry Collins Vice President Charles Roberts President Marion Phillips Treasurer Peggy Thompson Secretary 4 4 4 6413 September 10, 1951, the first day of high school for the FRESHMEN was a very exciting and wonderful day. For sometime we were confused by the change each hour of rooms and teachers. Grammar school was never like this. For initiation the freshman class masqueraded as Indians. The girls dressed in old gunny sacks with feathers in their braided hair. All the boys wore old jeans, big shoes without laces, and a pancho over their shoulders. Between classes the boys had seniors. We usually walked dodge the big seniors. to polish shoes, while the girls gave candy and cookies to to our next class, but on initiation day we ran, trying to The freshman class is very fortunate in having Miss Kenneth Howell as class advisors. It is amazing how two Jacqueline Cozad and Mr. teachers can have so much patience with such a large class. We want to thank them for being so understanding. The class is proud to have contributed many outstanding players in the field of sports this year. A football trophy was won by David Chavez as the best defensive lineman. Charles Roberts is also a good basketball and football player. Freshman Billy Moore is a promising tennis player. - i 1' Auf' il ....-T-'F-" 'H' QF LL-X vw N! WNY S-lisl -'it--' I is N if f mf ei nl- rj-nn-In-n--fi" www -W 1 Zak V23 IW' ls Li' f 7 Wg!!! W!! ox 4 fwwydmww My ml fl!! , N. h c Q' I 5: XR? 41 R Qigig , , -. f ' ,f I J A -04 ' Q Six lg ,X YXVKI If 'I - 1 U M f 1 X 1 V! 7 6,71 19' A X 1 , ff fx ' X i 1 S C T' fl Q 00 V W V! . Y . I Q 4 N I I F VM gf ' I CW 'Z is X ff H f Z. 4,4 X . ' ,f ' , f xg XX g K ,Q . x., .D 0 1 fn' rj-,,, e.ff:',, 1 ' , I 'ta I I I "rf . 1 0 :.f'- ,4 rw ,,,,,, W l ,au- 1 N 'QP' From left corner around ,llmmy Wlthrow Charles Roberts Robert Laucllllo Sally Plnlllps Arlene Habenlcht Charles NfcAv0y bhlrley tzdwarrl Rafaela flmbrlola Paulette Allen Duane Johnson and Pat Baker lNot pxcturecl Carl Johnson! Lnder the leadershlp of Charles McAvoy and the helpful asslstance of Mr Karnes and Mr Cass we the STUDENT COUNCIL members feel that we have strned for and reached our goal a very successful year The year was hlghllghted by the many lmtlatlons of the varlous clubs The success of the Christmas play Qulet Chrlstmas and the semor play Plam Engllsh We also attended athletlc games and colorful seasonal dances Wlth the co operation of the AS50Cl8tCd Student Body we feel that our comblned efforts have resulted 1n a truly fme year enjoyed by all. Davld Turner Clement Bushman Sandra Baldwin Arlene Habenlcht Shxrley Edwards Mr Howell Pat Wooley Sylvxa Kmttle Paralee Stokes Bob Caudxllo Ralph Hxlton Carol Benedlct Florene Lynch Linda Hutchens Jack1e Kames Beverly Harrls Jerry Mathews .loan Brecken rrdge ,lean Pressel Susle Rleder Rafle Ambrlola Momca Hales Nancy Butler Karen Cass and Frances Ambnola The CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION had a qulet but successful year under the dlrectlon of Mr Howell lts advlsor Servlng as offlcers were Sandra Baldwm, Presldent Ralph Hllton VICE Presldent and Frances Ambrlola Secretary Treasurer An mltlatlon recelved the new members and later the group enjoyed a very edu catlonal outmg 5144! 1 Pictured above: Susie Rieder, Lydia Durdin, Beverly Harris, Diane Geary, Karen Cass, Charles Knott, Shirley Pittenger, Rachel Rios, Sylvia Knittle, Nancy Butler, Pat Wooley, Susan Butler, Sally Phillips. "ml -,I r. , . ,Til 'Z Vs Again as the year before the school publication has gone under the name CAMPUS CRIER. Surviving the many persistent obstacles the 'sCrier" had a full school year of trials and tribulations. A lot of credit is due the staff for their support and the ability to take all the criticism and harsh remarks that are always dished out to any paper. It is hoped, however, that the "Crier" provided a small bit of enjoyment to the students and faculty of E. U. H. S. Sylvia Knittle Editor rx" V" 'W 'Q ?,7f.fi', The FHA under the supervision of Miss ,lacque- line Cozad started out its year by electing officers. Each member of the FHA had a home project of her choice which was judged by Miss Cozad. With this and a few parties the FHA of 1951-52 proved to be successful. Qs NRG. QQ 71 6 o Z no A 6 fd OW 4 4 fe 6 4 cf 0 ? Donna Snodgrass Secretary Lola Lee Hall President Martha Lou Clyde Historian Florene Lynch Vice President Winona Winters fournalist ?afmwz4 Uf ffnwzcca amine , -a .W--1" . .y.nv""Q,,.,-'ro' , , 3 i 1 From left to rlght Joan Palmer ,Ioan Castro Lorrame Davenport Jayne Castro Leo Salgado Adela Guerra Llnda Burrola Allce Mendoza Eddle Hxcks Pete Alonzo Nellxe Sepulveda Davld Chavez Frances Ponce Helen Carrlzosa Roy Parks Norman Roblson Alfred Rodrl uf-z Alena Salas Billy Brown and Mrs Lucy Burgess Offwe fficewtmate From left to nght Florence Tomhnson Sylvla Knlttle Florene Lynch Frances Ambrlola Vemon Brown Shlrley Edwards Marllyn Rosch Susie Rleder and Kay Curran Barnett, Ponce, Carr, Malnar, Rodriguez, Stokes, Carlson, Brown, Borel, D. Johnson Collins, Strickland, J, Cernert, Palmar, Gagnon, Salgado, Roripaugh, Gibson, Mummy Benedict, Marsell, Parks, C. Johnson, Chavez, Sargent, Hilton, Cantacessi, Mummy Caudillo, Bushman, Turner, Davenport, Castillo, and E. Cernert Arlene Habenicht Paulette Allen Patsy Baker Nancy Karnes ,lerrv Matthews Miss J. Cozad Kay Curran Roberta Bowman Bonnie Chandler June Roripaugh Monica Hales Linda Hutchens if-++f""r 'X v wr" vw ,511 45 . - 4. Q 'K .1 This year under the di- rection of Mr. William Ray, the BAND, CLEE CLIB, and MIXED CHORUS, par- ticipated in many school programs which proved to be successful. We 5 Waxed Zdafzac 1 fT,Q,,-,f.g2'!- 'lf 1""l " , I, lla XLR 'lx ff t f ,uf N: ,.f W f.. . fl, ,I 1,51 fl game! if JV' Y it 3- c N K ca.-'Q E x 333 , . 4 'fl N Ldv ,-ff, .V o' 'ifjgjffi-i, x. if 'A 4, .- 1 2 W L' ' 31' ""'Z'V"f ... , hifwfi--4-A 1 y js.-5. q , , .3, ,U . .fbi 9' L 1 , - , P" . .cu ,xn- Q . 'iv' ""' , swag- f ,f ww ,Ps '14, wsril--r 1 ,4 PWWMMW U 5 5 ai..-um V, : " in--Q li' 'Y Q DAVID TURNER and CLEMENT BLSHMAN r ' 1 'N Spofzfd X8 ff! 'fp II: 4 ' f 'Qi I . vj A 5 Q37 g I 6,5 J 3 gf O 3 YWW N I x nhtn H Zip ll: mul nay ff ' 9,7 ' A Mfnwmmwa V33 Aw gr :gl -E-Tl? XYXNQQS, sd A y I , 5 Q ,A Q P ' 1,1 'S X . Irx,f xxx.. s X T "" 7 N X Ev f- 1 R O J f xi- X x 'QV . x X8 Y Ex Mags Vzx N. H F?-ma X x 'f f ,,l wi A I 1 1 I ff 'A f seq, f' A 'ff' 9 Q ,Xl-f -7 p 'N I I I Q, ns: f ' : is V X In 7 -f"' .4:::: Q.. If lf: no, mx rv' f N"""qlx . . , -.lee-el, , NNN WSG 5, 4 The CHEERLEADE RS for this year were, from left to right: Sally Phillips, Jimmy Withrow, and Patsy Baker. Colors of their costumes were red and white. "'-'ki' 4 efnqx N 1 X JZ W? L 8 f"5 -11 ',"7.i' -si-'AA 4 F I 1 1 The GAA of 1951-52 began their year by electing officers and initiating new members. Under the direction of Miss Cox, various games were played once a week after school. With this and a few par- ties which the GAA enjoyed, this year proved to be a fairly successful one. . .3 1. QI -. - ff, .1 5 ,fe s A fl. l i . 1 if W ' 1 Ax 14' 14-- -goo Matthews, Baker W'heeler. Harrison, Beauchamp, Roripaugh, Stokes. Phillips, Y. Durdin, Brown. Nl. Phillips, Oyas, Mendoza, Nlezori, Baldwin. Miss Cox, Winters, Clyde. Castro, Benedict, M. Rodriguez, Snodgrass, Knittle, Allen, Wooley, Lewis. N. Butler. J. Karnes, White, Curran Hall. Brose, Arthur, Hawkins, N, Karnes, Johnson, Green, Thompson. Nakai, S. Butler, Brady, F. Nladrigal, Abbott, Wares. Castro, R. Madrigal. L. Durdin, Hutchens. Habenicht, llurrola Pittenger, Sepulveda, Sanchez, Davenport, Bruno, Tomlinson. and Bloor:-. ' v s 'emzckz cam ,,,,!..4.li,1-if YY' M J 4 Sylvia Knittle, Pat White, Winona Winters, Carol Benedict, Constance Lewis, Karen Cass, Iva Jean Tonilinson, Rafie Ambriola, and Martha Moore. Miss Gloria Cox is Tennis Instructor. V E 1 J! 'Hi Q . My Y Q 3 , :P M .-nf i' , ...W,,,,, lsfw-,.,,,,, M we F1 , -.Mr-so Q fi: .,s. 9' MARTHA MOORE-2nd S. RAFIE AMBRIOLA-4th S. PAT WHITE-3rd S Q B' 5 7 mv 401-2 3af32rQ 43 2 ,Q sl 3 ffgf Coaches JOHN WILLIAMS Ramona Laguna San Jacinto Coachella Bannlng Hemet Perrls Palm Springs 'Ulf' Bw Bn 6,-Qu 4 731 all ALBERT SWAN Yfwmtg 7444411 7am 6-40 6- 1 20-0 28-6 24-0 fx xxszg , Won Lost Won Won Lost Lost Lost Lost A big disappointment of the year was of course the showing of the favored Elsinore Tigers but perhaps lt wlll serve a purpose 22 of the 31 man squad will be at Elsinore Hlgh next fall slaughtered an out manned Romana team 4106 The result was a favored role ln the R C L derby and almost immediately the team lost the SCIVICCS of Jim Taylor and Vic Kunkle Already they had seen the departure of Pat Ortiz all R C L guard who qult school for matrlmony Still the Tigers were contenders Even after a 13 0 loss to Beau mont they were ln the race and handed Coachella s Arabs a 13 I loss as Duane ,lohnson scored twice ln practice after the Coachella game Duane ,lohnson broke his shoulder and the Tigers were down Gene Mummy hit the injured list early and even Richard Chavez Bob Caudlllo and Ralph Hllton tapped the ln active list at one time Although we did end up rn the cellar this year we fought all the way and hope that next year we can say We Were Just Waiting for 1952 I I , . z.. .- . 1 :: ,nr , N ' ,' ,I , ' Y v ,','b .ix 'i ' , , ' 1 A. ,, .1 we ,se gg ' 1 . 5 A 7 W 1 ' ' I P - ,, U A K, 4 y 7 'cf '- , A , M 4, ,i . ' d U Qlfffffffffffff .dcd ffffff .eee 7-6 ' ' I, 0 ' p' as Beaumont ,Y.K Lost The Tigers opened their 1951 campaign at full strength and TYWffiff1iiifee7-o , ' ' - i i i i lu ll' . A ' . X I j X . f ,' . ' ' f S ,xttgt X . - . . . I R E . . , H -f -" 3 ' at-if V X .', f Q, 4 'X l-X I "Il X : 14 ,N sf .g, I -...,.,,,,.. 1 if hiv -aqyqqqng if '..,....Jn wlifwm PM GENE MUMMY and DUANL JOHNSON Co Captains of 1901 Tzgers A , r,,-f,, "F . -vu 1: L,-.Tvv',.,g.,'.5Q." ak :buf-2 ,- -+- 11,- 'i 7oot'Z4Z! Sddfd -'-fr-vo- ...- gvlwj' -Inn W, , A . 've -I' Nl. ' '37, . , 5, 1 :5...'.r,1iu Ct'Il!f'I' AL Back DAVID Fnd -s I i ls 'I 1 r .xii .rua ., ' Q vu. ' L , iff' Q. 1--.ezlinn ' 1 !Q , 4 14: :ff-1: .sf ,-1 . L ' ONCE-Back ALFRED RODRIGUEZ End Kiw -www '-we-.Q.-., RAY RODRIGUEZ End RONAID CARR-Back JIMMY 'NIARSELL-Back 'll 1 -Cyl.-Y M- . 1 .Q " 4o"- V'-,fl ir: if , 'fwi-,042 ,Q ' ' .v-.w. .k'i,.5+,i-r',--'14 Ns I -' , '. ff."--1-:mi V'-fr --. . ...Q . 1 0. ...,n' 1. f 45 S1 ll ' 'X ' R -I 5 - 51. ":-.ji fr' ' fff-wfih .f Q- ""'?V:-"'K1'i"Q ' fs". mmf-. In 'J ' JT '- CARL JOHNSON-Back GLEN CARLSON-Guard GORDON NIUNINIY-Back QW' 4 2 I 6 . A C Q. RALPH HILTON-Guard DICK INIALNAR-Center NORMAN STRICKLAND BOREL-Tackle MARVIN DAVENPORT-Back LEO SALGADO-End MARION STOKES-Tackle A Q .2912 M ldv fum We-may 'iam 3 Kenneth Lynch Head Coach Espinoza Gartrell Brown Sealover Young Kmttle Conley Kalm Allen Lugosl Hall Mr McComas Asslstant Coach Larry Collins Manager Hales J Young Durdln Roberts, Uhlry C Rodriguez Freeman Cozlne Murphy Bazquez Wade Sargent Manag er R Rodriguez Doyle Crowley Avllla Schollock Prlce Oyas Borel Brady Amhrlola Llke the Varsxty team, the Junlor Varslty dld not have much luck thls year The Jumor Varsity team was one made up mostly of freshmen players Many of these freshmen players are good prospects for the next Varslty team If lt had not been for the age l1m1t of 15 years of age to partlclpate ln Varslty football, there would have been quite a few freshmen playlng Varslty tl'l1S year There are about 22 Elslnore Lettermen who are underclassmen just achlng for revenge next football season Wxth thls ln mind, the future of next seasons Varslty and Junior Varslty teams looks much brighter. ff Q ff XX 7084! 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Ntal and 111 football number to Chr1s Tueker Shlrley Edwards 16818 tne Elsmore H1gh bo1s 111th regret Monty Fmnell leave Verna Lee Lowe 1n tears Ed Gernert leave to see my glrl ln Chula Vlsta Arlene Habemcht lea1e 1ny qu1et VOICC to Dolores NICLOII JoAnn Haz rd leave 1ny natural blonde ha1r to Ruth Dodson Leon Hall lea1e my long legs to Jlmmy Wlthrow Lola Lee Hall leave to marry Ronnle Russel Llnda Hutehms lea1e 1111 glggles to June Roupaugh 1an1ce Jandebeur leave Illy poodle cut to Peggy Thompson Duane Johnson, leave Helen . W ' ' ' . 1 ' . ' -s. . .- D 'lf 'i' j ' 'j'1",' Y' ' 'L z'zs - . .1 a - . ,' 3 U' UU' o 1 S. ' 1- 1 sey. B'll ", ' ' 1' ' " ' f ' 1 ' 1 s. 'sw ls r' .ss to 111'- xr' I 864 1 v 1, . ., . , 4 , . .. v . 1 1 1 1. ' , ' ' 1 .js 1 l lv. Linda Burrola, leave llly' Gym shorts to Alice lVlenc1ozz1 111111 has the shape to fill ' :xsf B " ,' - " he s 1 ver. s , ' ' ' ' 1 . ' ' ' -' 1 . V Y- . - a 7 4 Y Y. 7 . E. I' B' L , V 3 7 yr . . . . . . 7 . . V . a , ' . 1 ' - 7' 1 , l . . wwf: 63444 ?za Hafaela Ambrlola IQ marrled to Ray and they are both worklng for the Telephone Company Nandra Baldysm IQ a layyyer and one of the best No one has M on an argument yylth her yet Malcolm Barnett ralses hogs m Temecula B111 Benedlct and WIHOIIH Wlnters announce the lllftll of their thlrteenth daughter Amanda Brose teaches P L at the Temecula Grammar School Yernon Broun ysorks as strong man ln a circus llls mme 1 Jake the Fake strong man lmda Burrola IS a Can Can dancer at the qtork Club John CdIllCC6QQ1 has a wme store He make hls oyyn mme Glen Carlson ysorks as a street cleaner 1n Llsmore Martha Lou Clyde and Marlon Stokes are Wfltlllg a book on thexr CYPCFICIICCQ gopher hunters Kay Curran runs a gas statlon IH 'Vlurrleta bhe marrled Ed Cernert They haye tvym glr s Marvln Day enport plays football for the L A Rams Monty Fmnell IS a famous Eyangelxst preacher 1n Elsrnore Arlene Habemcht works as a postal clerk ln Elsmore She took her fathers place after he retlred JoAnn Hazard IQ a Conover Model ln New York makmg S30 O00 a year Icon Hall IS a fomous Colden Cloyes contender 1n the hoxmg and sports world Lola Lee Hall and llonnlc Russel ralsz Cl11ClCCIlS IH qedco also chlldren as they hayc slx boys lmda HUlChlIlQ plays haselwall for the Elsinore Femmes so far tht Femmes laye lost ey ery game .lamce .landebeur IS a famous cartoonlst J L I ' A, 1 ' ec , ' . 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