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

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I am fmroud of the way in which the members of the class have respond- ed to the ideals of citizenship we have tried to establish. My best wishes go to all of you for success in whatever lines of work you choose to follow, and it is my hope that you will endeavor at all times to be good citizens of this great country of ours. Sincerely, ANTHONY E. KARNES 11 Although we didn't dedicate this annual to you Mr. Cass, we are deeply indebted to you for the time and effort you have put forth in helping us with our problems, both in and out of the class room. af ,Q Q 'K A ,4- Q' 'iw 1 X ESX "x - f I 'E' 'Q i g g NY..- '-' A , jf-ff ' " ,..- -f- , ,,..--., , 1 Q 1 za ' l ... I s 4 'a- afjy 'I yin -'P " X9 FD fu-'m,,:...-as YWW 7 W 'ia Y' X 5 I A I 9 x 5 6 u ' :- , 2 w! as 2? urs Q I H ni' 5 wnvnqag' , 5,45 ' in X ff Q V 'F' ,U fl. 1 Q, is 4 5 ii? ""'f"... UT?" f Y, , , T5 M 33 aw GE xv-4 5 1 Mr. Villa, Mr. Juarez, Mr. Pontius, Mr. Angus. Mr. Johnson. CONSUELO GOMEZ BARBARA CHOSTNER Secretary Assistant Secretary T 1--ff REGGIE ABBOTT GAA 1. 2, 3. 4: Annual Staff 4: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: FHA 2, 3. 4: Class Seeretary 4: Chorus 1: Girls' Clee 2. 4: Adagio 2. RUSSELL ALLEN Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Track 1. 2: Class President 3: ASB President 4: .lunior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Letterman's Club 3, 4: ASB Council 3, 4. JOAN AUSTIN FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 4. PAT BAKER Usherettes 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 1, 3, 4: CAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Annual 3, 4: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: ASB Secreary 4: CSF 4: Cheer- leader 2: Class Officer 1: Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 4: Football Queen 4: Halloween Queen 2. BETTE BEAUCHAMP FHA 1, 3, 4: GAA 1, 3, 4: Class Secretary 3: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Annual Staff 4: Chorus 4: Girls' Clee 2: Adagio 2: Art Club 4: Halloween Queen 1: Football Queen 2. CAROL BENEDICT CAA 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 1, 2, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Campus Crier 3, 4: Drill Team 1: Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4: CSF 1, 4. RICHARD ALONZO Football 1. 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1: FFA 4: Letterman Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3 4 DAVID ANDERSON FFA l, 2, 3, 4: Student Store 2 .lunior Play 3. Q K 3 "gg, ALEX BOREL Football 1. 2, 33 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Store 4g Cafeteria 4g Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. JO ANN BRECKENRIDGE Caldwell, ldaho lg Wiekenberg, Arizona 23 CSF 3: Junior Play 39 Senior Play 4g Campus Crier 4. ROBERT CARLSON Band 1, 2. 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Manager 4. GEORGE CONLEY Football 2, 43 FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 FFA President 4, Student Store s 1, 23 FFA Vice President 34 Let- - terman's Club 4. 1. TY ff! PAUL COZINE FFA 3, 4, Football 2, 3. LORAINE DAVENPORT FHA 1, 2, 3, CAA 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 19 Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4. RUTH DODSON FHA 4, CAA 1, 2, 33 Sondleader 2. JOAN DOLL FHA 1, 2, 33 Campus Crier 43 Senior Play 4, Leuzinger High 33 Girls' League 39 Student Body Officer 3. TERENCE DOYLE FFA 4, Boys' State 35 Football 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4. BETTY DUNHAM FHA 1, 4, Mixed Chorus 1. FLOYD FENEX Band 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2. ADELA GUERRA CAA 3, 4, FHA 4, Senior Play 4, Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4. YVONNE HARRISON FHA 43 Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4g Annual Staff 4, CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Clee 1, 2, Art Club 4, Adagio 2. GLENDA HENDRICKSON GAA 33 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3g Senior Play 43 Drill Team 1g Campus Crier Editor 4. WILLIAM HERPST FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4. CLAUDIA JACKSON Arkansas 2, 33 C-AA 1, 4g FHA 1, 4, CSF 43 Senior Play 4. CARL JOHNSON Football 1. 2. 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 43 Traek l. 2. 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2: FFA 2: Class Officer 21 I,f'llf'l'Ill3Il l. 2, 3. 43 Tennis 4: Student Council 2. DAVID JOHNSON llaml l. 2, 3, 4: Chorus 23 Junior Play 3g Senior 4g FFA 3' Art Club 3, 4' Cam Jus Crier 4, Annual 1 A , I Staff 4: Basketball I. JACKIE KARNES Usherettes 1, 2, 3, 43 FHA 1, 45 CAA 1. 2, 3, Annual 43 Junior Play 3g Senior Play, CSF l, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET KELLAR Camera Club 43 FHA 1, 4-3 Adagio 2. Lf 'P' WILLIAM KNITTLE Football 23 Junior Play 3g Senior Play 45 Class Officer 4g ASB Council 4g Christmas Play 3. CHARLES KNOTT Junior Play 3g Senior Play 45 Annual 43 CSF l, 45 Campus Crier 4g Band 3, 4, CO-Editor Campus Crier 45 Art Club 1. RICHARD LAVALLEY FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Base- ball lg Football 4, Letterman's Club 4. CONSTANCE LEWIS CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, CAA Officer 49 Tennis Team 2, 4: Campus Crier 3. RAMONA MADRIGAL GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1. JERAL DEAN MATTHEW GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, ASB Treasurer 4, Annual 3, CSF 1, 2, 3, 4, Campus Crier 1, 2, 4, Usherettes 1, 2, 3, 41 Class Officer 13 CSF Vice President 4g junior Play 39 Senior Play 4, Tennis 2, 3. RICHARD McAvoY FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. ALICE MENDOZA Cafeteria 3, 4, Girls' Glee 4 JAMES Momxow Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4. JOE ORTEGA Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus J AMES PONTIOUS FFA 2, 3, 4, Band 2. JEAN PRESSEL FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA Secretary 1, 44 CSF 1, 2, 4, Junior Play 3g Girls' Clee 1. 1321 GAA 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 MANUEL RAMERIZ Track 3, 45 Football 15 Adagio 2. MARILYN RASCII FHA 1, 45 junior Play 35 Senior Treasurer 3: Art Club 45 Mixed Chorus 4. Play 45 Class I FAY ROBERTSON FHA 45 FHA Officer 45 Song- leader 1, 2, 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Art Club 1, 2, 4. ALFRED RODRIGUEZ Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. I, is F I -6 If LEO SALGADO Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3. WAYDE SARGENT Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Manager 2, 3. 45 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. 5 ' CAROLYN SCHMITT St. Michael High 15 Campus Crier 35 .lunior Play 35 Senior Play 45 CAA 3, 45 Assistant Annual Editor 45 Class Treasurer 45 Adagio 2. RICIIARD SNIDEMAN FFA 1. QF 'S .- f i . lciyxifi V!! jf? ii' II fi., Z- X VICTOR SNIDER Senior Play 45 FFA 45 Football 45 Track 4. WARNER STEWART Junior Play 35 FFA 1, 2, 3. 45 Track 45 Class Vice President 4. JAMES WITHROW Football 3, 45 Baseball 15 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 45 Junior Play 15 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Track 45 Annual 35 Annual Editor 45 CSF 3, 45 CSF Presi- dent 45 Class President 15 Cheer- leader 25 Chorus 35 Tumbling 2. HERBERT YOUNG Football 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Baseball 1, 25 Junior Play 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Letterman 4. PARALEE STOKES CAA 1, 2, 3, 45 CAA President 45 FHA 1, 45 CSF 1, 2, 3, 45 Campus Crier 2, 3, Editor 35 Girls' State 35 Fair Maid 45 Class Secretary '5 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Art Club 15 Annual 4. NANCY WARRES Annual 45 Mixed Chorus 25 Adagio 25 GAA 1. 2, 3, 45 FHA 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4. x I n DlD'NT HAVE - i L l ol A 12:2-4?R-ro POT E! ll -Q TOWN Q ' ' 'A .sr 5 4 u 7. A ,L -Q-, 'T I' ek L ' - L ' A A Ql Wlllll g'i,.,1 l Photo not 77,31 3 5:11 " AVAILABLE ff WM 5 ED REICHERT KARL BURT JOHN BROOKS FRED DURDIN Los Angeles 1, 2, 35 Foot- Oakland, Califomia 15 Herrniston, Oregon 1, 2, 3. Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Base ball 4-5 Track 45 Base- Medford, Oregon, 25 Ash- ball 1: Track 3, 4: Semor ball 4. 18nd, Oregon 3- Play 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 HISTORY Most of us in the Class of '54 entered good ole EUHS as freshmen. One could see us coming to "high" school in groups and standing around in bunches trying to look very sophisticated, but just doing a good job of looking scared. Getting the year off to a good start was our initiation-the girls dressed up as nursery rhymes, and they wore their clothes inside out and backwards. Our boys, at their freshman initiation, were the last of the classes to paint the given in Elsinore, the theme-"Song of Scherazadef' We ended this year by ordering Elsinore NE." Of course we couldn't forget the Welcome Freshman dance given to us by the sophomores. All in all our first year was pretty good. Starting off our second year in EUHS, we gave the Welcome Freshman Dance which turned out very well if we do say so ourselves. Also, we sold programs at the football games to build up our treasury. Nobody could call us weaklings as we tied for first place in the inter-class track meet. One of the last and main things we did was to order our junior class rings so we would have them as soon as possible in our junior year. Guess what??? We're upperclassmen and to prove it we're wearing our junior class rings!! To make money this year we took over the food concessions at the football and basketball games and gave our junior class play, 'gBackwoods Romeo." Nobody could call us weaklings again this year, as we won the inter-class track meet. We all worked hard all year long and as proof, gave one of the nicest proms ever our "lipstick red" seniorsweaters. At last-we made it-we're seniors!! To start off the year right, we initiated the little green freshmen. To top that off we got our senior sweaters which really made us feel like the ualmightiesf' For the senior class play we gave 6'Mumbo Jumbo," a mystery farce, and we had loads of fun putting it on. To have our senior pictures taken, we went over to Hemet, although it rained all day and the bus stalled coming home, we still had a lovely time. Ditch day we went up to Snow Valley. We had loads of fun skiing, tobogganing, skating, and just fooling around. Again we tied for first place in the track meet, all in all, we did pretty fair in track. We doubt if any of us will forget our four years at EUHSg especially, when we walk down the aisle at Baccalaureate and Gradua- tion Services in our Navy Blue robes. ..............,....,,,,,,,,,,,,, President WARNER STEWERT ........,.,. Vice Prgddgnl REGCIE ABBOT'I' ........... .........,,,, S gcfglqfy CAROLYN SCHMITT ......., ,,..,,,,, T ffasufef CLASS UFFICERS VA. 1 I ,UW K V. ,wi "H wfhanm ,Axg 3 -um Q W Q, Y wr" :Wa Y if Y ki A X 3!5Ol?7 9 , ,,---""'i i 1 L 0 M M 4. At L f 1 ' n . ' V QF? . f n 5" Aww X '1 g ku., Kg? l 1 .-. ky ' I f A 1 . I 'A qw ' - A 5 , ' we-A x x T.. ,1 nv ,M ,. , - , 5 ' QQ. X 1 - ggggy 1 Y , A1 1' V I ,,, A , -J I my 53? I iv figffjf, N' , ' s Q , V , ' nv ' LA L wh Y r. ,5 Y J Lu' ' . ' i 5 -5 A yi fx .,1 ' Q ? 11 5, ,,. xy EQEQ? 31 Q ' 2 ,ws .V . f I Q, ' x f ff' .1 X 'janua- TTT 'lil -AQJQ ...i"""" -1 ,. 5 '49 gf 1 ,Vv'f,.',: di ' "' Q 'i?E2i115uf,1i"4 Q wk Q , gwwm if .. w,n I i A,-if '. qq- " K 5' 1. HAY 1, yi si 1 A F A if sr, ,I M, L 1 -- my -W-v W 'T' f as 5 JUNIGRS MARGARET NAKAI President SUSAN BUTLER Vice President 5 1-.nv -4-7 WT-17 The Junior Class began this year by electing as our officers Margaret Nakai, Presidentg Susan Butler, Vice Presidentg Carol Byland, Secretary, and Dorothy Thomas, Treasurer. We were also urltier the capable guidance of advisors Mrs. Mildred Weissend and Mr. Kenneth Howell. Wayne Natale acted as our concession chairman this year and did a wonderful job. A hearty thanks comes from all the juniors. "-x 1 Back row: Love, Gamez, Phillips, M. Nakai, Butler, Casto, Brown, Brady. Third row: Wilkinson, Chandler, Cole, Gipson, Moore, Heckman, Bootjner, Oliphant. Second row: Fields, Bradley, Durdin, Gray, Harris, Karnes, Huddleston. Front row: Escallier, Rodruguez, Tomlinson, Salas, Byland, Green, Ryan, Thomas. 'L Q5 - is The athletic ability of the class which began to show a glimmer even in our freshman year came forth with a brilliant glow this year with the only all R.C.L. football players from Elsinore being Charles Roberts and Dave Chavez on the first team and Jerry Young, James Schuck, Howard Sallee, Chris Tucker, and Vince Ambriola on second team and'honorable mention. Also we tied for first place with the seniors in the inter-class track meet. There will also be many other honors which will come to our class this year, and we are all very proud of our class. " A xi " Y I g , DOROTHY THOMAS Treasurer CAROL BYLAND Serretary ' X N is ,Nga- i ,Ev v'x 4 fs' T31 Q f 'Hsu---U., g.'..Q'-4.-U ,Q,',.....,,3, 5,,.,, , Li-gn, 2' Back row: Natale, R. Granillo, Limon, Smith, Williams, Cediman, Howell, Kalin, Howell. Third row: Young, Oyas, Schuck, Chavez, Selover, R. Hales, Tucker. Second row: Rodriguez, Baxter, Ambriola, Norris, Collins, Borel, Hillebrand. Front row: C-artrell, Robison, Brown, Grey, Darling, Sallee. 1 .-,N x 1. '1 "ww ,, M ,Q 'YN J! cg ' nu ' '? ff : -,B f X cerlf ,v,, 6 .ln fs-fl 4 Z-'Ani X UN-ivy SOPHOMORES Q JANE HARMON Treasurer LORRETTA ERDEL Secretary ,'. I 'Ad x .mg .nv-5 'Dui V's.4v-'Q -.48 The class of 1956, as sophomores, are living up to the promise of the class as freshmen. For the present school year ,lim Wagner was selected to preside as President, with ,lim Jacobson, Vice Presidentg Loretta Erdel, Secretary, and ,lane Harmon, Treasurer. During the first quarter the class sponsored a sock hop with Janice Matthew as in. timwa ...sl E . T is fs A I x v 4. "' of 9 as -1 n .J "" 1 I 7. 4- li' x l. .1 3 Back row Roripaugh, Aytes, Fram, Acosta, Salgado, Perez, Velasco. Third row: Rasch, Hannan, L. Kitch, Beauchamp, Tompkins, Evans, Nakai, Walker. Second row: Chostner, Medina, Freeman, P. Austin, B. Austin, Heckman, Moniot, Hudson, Front row: Matthew, Dunham, Erdel, Dyess, Knott, M. Kitch, Johnson, Hutton. chairman of the social committeeg which because of the wholeheartedness of the class and the whole school was very successful. Many members of the class have won letters in sports and others have been elected to various offices. J IM WACNER President JIM JACOBSON Vice President 6 .. ,Wi var vin. C74-3 6 pf X -4 'iw -0 V-1' tw, 4, .,. I an ,,.-- X ,-i , -Q X w , , S - Q 1 - ' ,211 g 1, tiiid f lS - Jil -t -f" g 1 A 1 , i1i, m HMEN PHILLIP ROBERTS President RICHARD MENDOZA Vice President 5, rv- ""' fs If 5, -ut"'3' On September 10, 1953, ninety-one grammar school students entered high school. Our class has the distinction of being the largest Freshman class to enter E. U. H. S. Of course, any freshman class would not be fully eligible to enter into the school life without an initiation, which the Seniors readily presented. The girls had to wear pajama bottoms with burlap bag tops, boys' shoes, stocking caps, no make-up and hair uncombed. The boys had to wear girls' sweaters and skirts, silk stockings, tennis shoes and their hair uncombed. The seniors supplied the lip-stick and rouge and really prettied us up. -.al YN' Back row: F. Perez, Doll, Mora, R. Mora, Stuhr, Murphy, Kerdroan, Franzwa, Wagner, Love, Heckman. Third row: Granillo, R. Perez, Alarcon, J. Carrizosa, Mendoza, J. Williams, B. Williams, McCaghren, Wright, See, Limon, Carr. Second row: Crawford, Snider, S. Hilton, Roberts, Collins. Ward, Mapes, A. Bowens, Dempsey, Harrison, Keller. Front row: Vega, Contreras, Saenz, Sam- eneigo, Martinez, Warfield, Hales, Evans,, Sheppard, Abbott. Both boys and girls had to take home-made candy for the seniors to eat and they had to shine seniors shoes all morning. Just before noon an assembly was held with the Freshmen supplying the laughs. The Sophomores gave us a very nice "Welcome Dancev on Oct. 16, 1953, with a three piece dance band furnishing the music. Throughout the year our class has been represented in all the activities of the school. FRANCES ARVISO Secretary DELPHINE PHILLIPS Treasu rer 'S 1 'V N L TJII' f Y I 'x if' ' fs' vw, f Q 83,5 , ,Aw Qfsf 3, -FIQQA,-. -M if . W f sf 4 Q' .Ju 'WX '-f X 'x v. W 5 I t 'Z ,J ff " fml ' 'YE5' 1-, ... 1 1 1 i X4 ,n-nina 'Q nr V"'f ,. Y L 7, my ,s 'w'1?l"v 4 v 7- ,H A X ' N: X fi-'S '?'r?i , , gin, 3215: --'vi 2 v ! I I L ,i Q if -1l!?'?' , L ,, 3 L :big .ff ii. -12, ,., ""' ,wi 1, Y "Q ,efgg fm. fi 'Gag Q-Iii .ral ' . ' -S-F Q if . X jPQ NM ACTIVITIE X f ,, 1 Q-.4 .xi -J .EW Standing: Withrow, Editorg Warres, Knott, Stokes, Art Helperg Johnson, Art Editorg Hales, Freshman Historyg Phillips, Schmitt, Assistant Editorg Beauchamp, Karnes. Senior Historyg Harrison, Hudson, Advertising Manager. Not pictured: Butlvr. junior History: Chostnvr, Sopho- more Historyg Abbot. NNUAL STAFF 10HN5 QAVYD . or 1 Aft Edu V THROW WM W X df r N QCHMWT E ' 0 Y , CABG? Editor AsS15wnt , ki X, LN tv- C7 Standing: .lane Nakai, Wayne Natale Bill Kmttle Jim Withrow Jim Wagner Margaret Nakai Mr. Karnes, Pat Baker, Skip Allen Jerry Matthew Mr Cass STUDE T CGUNCIL The Student Council had weekly meetings in order to improve stu- dent business, and plan social af- fairs for the school. Many achievements have been made this year and we feel we have worked hard in representing our student body. "bv 36 Back to front: Hilton, Sallee, Maclcley, Barnett, Knott, Johnson, Grey, Crowley, Smith, Downey Pressel, Byland, Hillebrand, J. Nakai. Kitch, Evans, Hudson, Jacobson, Jordan, J. Karnes, N Karnes, Jackson, Erdel, Butler, Doyle, Evans, Stokes, Benedict, Baker, Ryan, M. Nakai, Withrow -rf' JIM WITHROW President Back row: N. Robinson, Love, Young, Carr. Third row: Gediman, Knott, See, row: Selover, Schuck, Madrigal, Knott Front row: Mr. DeGuide, J. Williams, 'N .4 "- k.',,: ,NL -,W 4'-. -fflgj' wr- 'VY' 'TM 9'-L "" B W asians .fa , J. - 'VI W .X Q, .EF 8' ' u 5. vv I' ' 1 if if 1' A " r in gy Ss H191 4 QA- ff " v' in V RJ' it " 1' 5 W'-f ffff A "x L' ' -?"'wA Q K2 E15 Q, E R. ...J A S S O ,301 nb I F F S tinge, I T va l it .vivid C A rlgulign in Q' 1016 E N l 'H' se. Q 1, ,J-1 S Back to front: Stokes, Hannum, Benedict, Baker, Ryan, Allen, Madrigal, Gomez, Lewis, Salgado, Mendoza, Knott, Young, McAvoy, Jackson, Beauchamp, Abbott, Guerra, Robertson, Rodriguez, Chostner. C L U B Back to front: Martinez, Wagner, Bore-l, Brown, Carrizosa, Robinson, Ellis, Coffman, Robinson Davenport, Rameriz, Castillo, Lorring, Salgaclo, Mrs. Burgess, Acosta, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, Canalla .lux '3 K " -A r. xl M 2 A :- 4' x I ' r QL 3 Back to front: Chandler, E. Rasch, Casio, Harmon, Beauchamp, Murphy, Stuhr, Fields, Mejia, Hutton, Frazer, Ryan, Cole, Cray, M. Rasch, Moore, Hudson, Robertson, Kitch, Moore, Herpst, Ponce. If 4 nm. W 0.9 l : 'P 1 X 7 l 'u 1 , Q GIRL 9 GLEE CL B Fram, Moore, Castillo, Jeffries, Hazard. M. Arthur, Heiniger, Aytes, Thomas, C. Arthur, Beau- champ, Ballard, Ford. xl if YH N i i H 1 l -1-g Q , fi:!,g2-154.5 ' , ms? ' IL F r 3 ' 'I ' Q Q I . l r 4 , 1 ' I x , T 4 an ' , 1 ., MX u ui .A v ? N 1 xv. I x fx' v,A wa .Q 'sf'l'J . sl I :eff gf" . ,g l A -9. Q V ,Q ,y , YQ., , , .1 L ! : , ' N,Av J ,wmv gmx f, i 3 V 1 4. "gd 9 K,. 'V O ff? Q 1' ' M ,ii - M 'T 'P ltgf - QT4-11N v J. ,',,,,. M ASQ--1 'b.i,t9,-',Qf?9"r' w Q pf! 9Offfi"1S5. ' ,W J' gf 'of' ' ' I 5,11 0 J Miss Elsinore MARION PHILLIPS "x mpg, Fair Maid PARALEE STOKES Football King and Queen SKIP ALLEN PAT BAKER Q ,f V5 Wir fn 1' KF Ng g...----"" ATHLETICS 4 4 f -f ? S ga 1- C : L,! X 'S X I ff :ff 5--J.-E c,S,-4:::-+- -W-si ,gy fy L pn RAT! ",1" Hales Salgadu Smdvr Young Salle? Allen Crowley Conley Sf-lover Athletic Dlredor Xl Swan Howell A ,lohnbon Cartrell Durdm Roberta LaValley Dmlr- fhawl Coach Al Kazmwr Ortlz C lohnann J Young Ambrlola Schuck Alonm Turkfr 14 l 0 U6 ' 6- l C' C' 28 w - a C19 C A V, K 0 . I at L 32 6 A 6 ' 12 6 .6 0 Q0 0 453 . f ' 13k 60 k FLQINORE Elslnore Flgmore lLlQ1norP Elslnorf- l' lslnorc Elslnore El5lIl0ff' Flilflflff' hlamorm JOHNSON KAZNIIER YOUNG OPPOIN ENT5 Valencla Corona gan lan Beaumont Coachella Hemet Bannmg Perrw Palm Spr1ngG 33 CARL JOHNSON All RCL Back LINE-Salgado, H. Young, .l. Young, Selover, Ambriola, Snider, Allen BACKS--Tucker, Johnson, Roberts, Schuck. The Elsinore Tigers had a good season this year by coming in 3rd in RCL standings. They beat San ,lac and Beaumont by safe scores but dropped a heartbreaker to Coachella. After losing to the Arabs, the Tigers went on to defeat Banning. The following week JIM SCH UCK AHRCL 'HMI Back they went up against the mighty Hemet as underdogs but stopped the Bulldogs, making a 3-way tie for RCL, first among Hemet, I! YI' L Al Leo SALGADO HERB YOUNG JERRY YOUNG End Azz RCL mm Tackle A11 RCL Guard .t .9 ,Wm I CHARLES ROBERTS All RCL Bark - 4 , xx Q x LINE-Hales, Sallee, LaValley, Durdin, Crowley, Chavez. BACKS-Alonzo. Tucker, C. Johnson, A. Johnson, Schuck. Palm Springs, and Elinsore. Next the Elsinore eleven rolled over their arch rival, Perris, leaving the remaining game with Palm Springs for the Championship. Palm Springs won but Hemet beat the Indians, thus Hemet took lst, Palm Springs, 2nd, and Elsinore, 3rd. The school deeply appreciates the commendable job that Coach "Kaz" has done this year and the effort put forth by the team. CHRIS TUCKER All RCL KHMI Back gf!! 2 ZF - - , - 'J-in-'f ey.. A-an ,. fltfrgflf Q-.-P-, ylzk, 'A-, 5.. 3 VINCE AMBRIOLA VIC SNIDER SKIP ALLEN All RCL IHMI Guard All RLL IHMI Tackle End S K M ...ff- 1.4 46 -95? x n,vy H. ,fe 'Q A, 7 111, D I '4 ,H A ,ff 'K' if U! ,f by V ff g WW X W -4-.:, 4... t X 1 1 2' rx .Li yxb-e 'ff'.'tRiw.s,,-L.. f " ,gg gf -ax ,- ,A six. TH.. .v If '. ..- 99 qw Q 1 was , a-'fir 1' -fw.-'I O . .-ff: r-'viii' flair. . L, ai.-r 'Viv 'Q ' 07' 1' ' 31 l, riff 1 1. f . M A ff uf- .rl ' 1 S "4" , , u fm !'.ffPvv'r'f": , A . rl ,f V nf, Y ' - -, 1 1.43-Z 1 I X 'U sr? 1: ff- , ', N -'1'-""f? w- " A ,-x--3','1'- -' "Aw-. , .lu ,ic ,'V,,.,',, I "qi-. . ., 1- . rn "' 1 ' 3. 'wa 4 . '-..9,, s. , W-,I 'Zi ,f X N 'Qs " 4' -E 'Q 1, ,i .,,i,, , 4 V A I 0 5 S11 ' . M1 " ' an GAME TIM A R' . 'wggg 2 A 5 ' s 24 9 1, ' 'T . Q f V, - 7 - , xl LA ' '5 1' '01 , .GV 1 Aff' 1 K -an AL- , ,V-is H , ,. ' -7 """"'W V I QYVOAA is fl v. Xu N sf' J 45 N lx, g- - 0'1" , , 7' v if ffxfm If 'J 1 I1 'ff 'I lj if W Ni! 'aka , t 'I wha' Back to front: Carr, Stewert, D. Wagner, Williams, Carriznsa, Geary, Heckman, Hannum, Roberts, J. Wagner, Wright, Cediman, Murphy, Love, Abbott, Mr. Orr, Mapes, Franzwa, See, Hales, Doll. Not pictured: Natale, Withrow. UNIOR VARSITY - VE..-1:-gn' ..,-4 -11 ' 5 'N 'ul '-Tn-R'.,'+ v-.fu-rf'-- W- J F 'iff San Iac ,Y,,. . .. 12 0-LOS! Perris 7 ,.,, Y,,. 0 6-WON Academy .. . 18 20-Won .-is Academy ,,,,, ,. 6 48-Won Perris . ,, e,.,A 12 6-Lost Hemet Y, 6 18-Won Coach Swan, Carl Johnson, Freddy Oyas, Skip Allen, Howard Sallee, Mike Crowley, Larry Collms Bob Selover, Charlie Roberts. HA" BASKETBALL CHAMPS California Junior Republic .. Riverside .,..,,,.e.........,.v7,.,,7 Corona .... . ......,.,,.,.... ..,..,7 Palm Springs .e,,,,,...,.,....,,e,,,, San Jacinto ..,..,,..,..,...,...,.,,........ California Junior Republic .... Romona .,.,.... 0 ,,..........i,i,, ,. Alumni ,,..... Banning ..,., Pomona ...,,,,, San Jacinto ,,.., Perris .........,., Beaumont ,,,,,i Pomona ..,...., Coachella ,,.,.. Corona ..,,,.. Banning .,,,,ii, San Jacinto ,...... Hemet .,,,.,,,.... Perris .,,,..,..,,, Beaumont .,,....., Palm Springs ....,.t VISITORS 49 33 23 20 20 51 39 51 43 45 41 29 34 33 31 35 39 30 49 36 EUHS 45 -Won 29 -Lost 67 -Won 30 -Lost 35 -Won 31 -Won 50 -Won 44 -Lost 51 -Won 65 -Won 48'-Won 47 -Won 39'-Lost 40 -Won 35'-Won 31 -Lost 61 '-Won 33 -Won 54'-Won 33'-Won 44 -Lost 64'-Won Standing: Phillip Roberts, Ronald Hales, Wayne Natale, Dale Abbott, Jim Wagner, Wayne Mackley. Kneeling: Jim Schuck, Chris Tucker, Alvin Johnson, Jerry Young, Cecil Rodriguez HB" BASKETBALL VISITORS California Junior Republic ,,i,,,,.,,,,,,, ,- 26 San Jacinto A,.....,..,,,,...,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,, 4- 0 Hemet ..e,..,.,,e,,,,,,.,.,,ee,,,,,,,,e,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 6 Corona ,...,,,,e,,..,....,,,..,eee,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,eee, 3 1 California Junior Republic ,,,,. ,,,,ce, 1 4- Ramona .,e,,,..,.c,,,,,,.,..e,.,,,.c,,c, ,,,,,,, 4 3 Alumni ,,....,,e,e e,,,,,,,,c,,,,,,, ,,,,,c, 5 3 Banning ,...,. ,,,,,,, 3 1 Pomona . ,,.,,.. AY,,,,, 4 7 San Jacinto .e.., ,r,eee, 3 0 Perris .....C.... ,,,,,,, 3 3 Beaumont .ec,... ,,,,,,c 3 5 Pomona ,,,.,, ,.,,,e, 3 9 Coachella ..e. ,,,,,, ,,c,,v,,,e,,,. 3 8 Corona ..,,. A c,,e,,,,ev,,,,,,,.,c,,,,,,,, 47 Banning ....,. - ,,,,,,,, --- 17 San Jacinto .,.,. ,c,7,,, 3 1 Hemet ,,,.,.,.., ,,,,,,, 5 5 Perris ,,t,.....c..e ,,,,,,, 3 8 Palm Springs ..,ee ,,e,,,, 3 9 Beaumont .t,,.., ,,,,e,, 3 7 EUHS 74- -Won 4-4 -Won 32 -Lost 54 -Won 53 -Won 75 -Won 46 -Lost 4-7 --Won 56 -Won 28'-Lost 65 -Won 53'-Won 49 -Won 34'-Lost 36 -Lost 28'-Won 43 -Won 43'-Lost 39'-Won 64'-Won 69 -Won CARL JOHNSON-Forward COACH ALBERT SWAN .-lg-a.-1,1 -u-dn:-pq S1013 Efv X P 0,7001- Congratulations to the Elsinore Champs. For the first time in years Elsinore had a Championship basketball team. The promise shown in early practice games was proved in the league games. The Elsinore Tigers defeated San Jacinto 48-43, but the following week our hoopmen dropped a heartbreaker to the Beaumont Cougars, 4-1-39. The Arabs from Coachella came out of the desert to lose to the Bengals by one point, 35-34. The fol- lowing Friday the Tigers tripped to Banning for a 60-28 win. Then came the mighty, :lndefeated Hemet Bulldogs. League standings decreed that if Hemet won, they would have an easy champion- ow' ship, but if we won, the race would be thrown wide open. ln a tense and exciting game the Tigers overcame them 54-40 and into first place in the R.C.L. With two games to go, first with our arch rival, Perris, and then Palm Springs, the Tigers played Perris in the closest game of the year. The game ended 30-30, and went into overtime with Elsinore coming out on top 37-34. The Palm Springs game, with a championship at stake was easily won by Elsinore with a margin of 64-36. HAIL TO THE 1954 CHAMPS!! QD 5596, x . Q I 11 .X 1 4 Ne. , , Y 1 -41. 5 l ' ffm 'wi'f4'?? Y fan , Y V R V -Q4 af? 3 A i -S 149 . 0- 8 "- - . , A 4 -. CHARLES ROBERTS Third Base . 4. .H . A w ltr."-4: ',J. I-LY' ,, 4 N JERRY YOUNG Ya, . is .Q ,nf L 5.1, 1 . ' ,J 'As lg.fg4Jf,f + ' - A fx. ,SD-"5 Cfvfhff LARRY COLLINS Y Pitcher n w-0' .1. A T- ""'l 51. -vG'."" .' '37 , - f' 1' M X . ' - ,W ' YI fs. gfxjh. Q- . --J. V- . 4 - L . 'X-K ghorlslop X j Q . 92 GX iq I?-xqxxx RICHARD ALONZO 3 SX W ' , A K fxx fri X S' .D , ,, LEO SALCA D0 First Base FRED OYAS Seronrl Base Back to front: A. Rodriguez, Kellar, Snider, Sallee, Borel, Love, L. Salgado, G. Salgado, Brown, Selover, Mackley, Stewert, P. Rodriguez, C. Johnson, J. Wagner, Kalin, Barnes, Roberts, Howell, Coach Swan, Ramirez, Schuck, Durdin, Williams, Hales, Doyle, C. Jones, Mapes, Alarcon, Bowens, D. Wagner, Evans, Coffman, Tucker, A. Johnson, Heckman, J. Stewert, Young, Alonzo, Withrow. , i L X W I I A 15 'fl 'Z ,x ff - GEORGE BROWN I , TR CK TE M KIT HOWELL DARRELL WACNER 7-A 'Ar' V Pu 4 f 'N ie.. "Ae: Q 4? 4211 Q in ,Q , - 1 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS BOARD MEMBERS N.. ,V Q'-'K' ' hillips, Matthew, Tompkins, Chandler, Butler, Mend za Mlss ' 'N Ph'l ' W' ' NI N ' B k to front: Hnllebrand, D. P Fl elly, J. Nakai, Secrelaryg Stokes, Presldentg .I. nlnps, 'me Presldentg . . fakal T , . BOYS' TENN S Limon, D e m p s e y, Moore, Chavez, Williams, Roberts, Natale, Harrison, McCaghren. Hackman. Hillebrand, Co f man, Williams, Roberts, John son, Kalin, Love. ,-Q 1 ww 1 4,434 ?11ag,0 ,Q 4 X ' .121 - 2 ' 'v4'4 1' 4' ' 44 4 4 4 4,04 4,4 4 913-my 4-H. ,44,4,44' ,441 f 3514-' 4t,1Q v -r xasm-424.1 ' 4' 'Q 5' 4' ' 'ZEQEG14 1 4 l'4 4 0 v'4 -9 194. 31. 44 4,4Q " ,4g 2199-114199: ,4 , 4 , 4 ,4 4 " 4 42g ' 5 4 4 ,, 4 15 n 'Q his XZ ' DOUBLES i GIRL ' TEN N SINGLES Standing: Smith, Berry, Strickland, Harris, Muniou, Miss Flannelly, D. Phillips, P. Heckman, Butler, Byland, Downey, M. Phillips. Kneel- ing: P. Cipson, Matthew, Me- dina, Benedict, Tompkins, Moore, Lewis, Austin, C. Heckman, Chandler. Q-. J' LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Reggle Abbott leave my natural red halr to Edlne Smlth Sklp Allen leaye my ablllty to tlck to one glrl to Howard 1Bo col Sallee Rlchard Alonzo leave at last' ' V Davld Anderson leaye my cowboy boots and purs to Marllyn Kxtch lf he can wear them Joan Austln leave my loud YOICC and Jerry Lexus ACLIOIIQ to Jane Harman Pat Baker leaxe my glggles and long 4 7 l flngernalls to Mrs Sargent Betty Beauchamp leave my ROUTING alnllty to screamxng Delphme Phxllrp Carol Benedlct leave my abxllty to drlve a car halfway sane to Judy Tompkrn or Coach Kaz whoever needs lt the most Alex Borel leave some of my helght to ,llm Kerdroan John Brooks leave a Stream to the E L F A LEISIIIOTC Lake Frllers Assoclatron P Karl Burt leave my bxcycle to Ed Flyboy Dempsey who can hop xt up and really go places Bob Carlson leave mv tltle as Speed Demon of 54 to Albert Bowen George Conley leave my A grades H1 Ag to Cllfford Jones Paul Cozlne left 1n February Loralne Davenport leaye my questlon box to Glenda Brady Ruth Dodson leave to yom Bob 1n holy deadlock ,loan Doll leave my qulet dlsposltlon to MHIIOH Ph1lllpS Terry Doyle leave my ab1l1ty to help dlrect a play to Mr Ryan Betty Dunham leave to the tune of Beautlful DeBemer Fred Durdm w1ll my abrllty to have money to Robert Gartrell Floyd Fenex wrll my freckles to Paullne Harrxs Adela Guerra leave my la t name lvshlch IS Spanlsh for vwarj to Ernestme Battle Fleld s ,v I ' ' , , 1 ' ' ' ' s ' ' ' s . . , 1- 4 p u . A g 7 V V Q L S . y . Q . S , ' Y . 'Y V., I 4, 1 I 5 h .. My L . . . . S. ' v v . . - A Y x v r L ' . S 1 , . . , . JoAnn Breckenridge, leave to wait for Dan Baxter. , .... . ' Y ct v as - 7 7 ' Li 7 77 , y s. ii 77 ' ' ' 7 Y . I , . , . . is ' 73 , V D . Y 7 ' V , . Y . . . 2 Y S - Q . . . . 7 . I I Yvonne Ilarrlson leave mv natural blond hair to I ous Ollphant Glenda Hendrickson leave mv 'attendanee record to Barbara Vlurphv and Stella C1 tlllo Blll Herpst leave mv abllxtv to be quiet and still get lnto trouble to Harold Coffman Claudia Jackson leave my blg mouth to anv one vvho has a face to flt lt Carl Johnson leave my ability to be calm durmg a game to Coach David Johnson leave my artistic ahllltles to Wir Hoffman providing he vvlll give them back Jackie Karnes leave mv hips to Paula I-Iuddleston ln hopes she will use them wlsely lVIar aret Kellar will mv long hair to Edna Meyia Bill Ixmttle leave my abllltv to get along w1th lVIr DelVI1rJyn lll '1 quiet way t Nathan Heckman Charles Knott leave my D grades ln trig to Mr Hovvell Richard I aVallev leave 'VIr DCMIIJQ n as much as I hate to Constance LIWIQ leave my quiet personality to Martha Moore Jerrv Matther leave mv llttle hrovvn bomh to mv sister Jan ln hopes that Ill get '1 nevv one Ihtk NIcAvov leave my almllltv to keep quiet during class to Ken and Kit Hovvell Alice Mendoza leave mv peroxlde hair to Qvlvla Vleyia JIIHIIIN Morrow leave mv IVIG to Frank Vega if he can get into it Joe Ortega leave 100 pounds of mv vvelght to Earl Rohm on hut where will he put it ' 9 9 9 ,lame lontious leave mv llv ter1c'1l laugh to Jimmy Cov ,lean I ressl leave mv likable manners to Charlotte Herpst Nlanuel RZIIIIGYIZ leave vvhatev er I don t decide to take with me to Redondo Beach Nlarilvn Rasch leave my suntan to Paula Huddle ton if she can take It vvlthout a sunburn I' d Reichert leave mv used sunflower seeds to Nlr Welssend Fav Robertson leave all mv ex boy friends to Nlary Anders IV ,V ,V V V VV V . l . . V IV - V V , V. C - V V' M K IV , M V V VV . . VV . V . . V IV . VVV V V V V , VV V . . V I, . ' ' ' ' ' ' - IV V. M V V V .V .V ...I V V V V. . V. . V V I. ' -. ' V' ' . . , ' c ' C ' . V A g V . VV . .. V IV . , . V V V . A V V . . V . V . V VV 0 IV V V cc 77 - - V V , V I. ' . V', ' . . ' 'f , . I, Ramona Madrigal, leave my' dignified walk and figure to Judy Tompkins. l. f ' Q . ' ' ' ' ' . ' ' IV .V V V VV . . V VV V. V .. V IV . VV VV V VV V V . . . V IV V V V VV V . . S V V . I, J ' .. ' V' V's '-. ' ' . I, ' W. ' V' ' - - . I. . ' . ' ' ' ' ' " - . IV VV V V V V S V . V . V. I, I ' ' . ' V' , - . s. ' Qc . Alfred Hodrlguez leaye my IIl'lQLUllIlC XOILC to Roy larks Leo balgado leaye my ablllty to play the clarlnet to Larl Roblnson who has taken 2 years of beglnnlng lnstrument Top Sargent leaye my beat up hashed up rolled our Plymouth 1n trade for Ed Dempsey s tcar9"9999J Carolyn Stllllllll le'1ye n1y Zllllllly to yy rlte frequent long letters to Stanley Hllton Rlchard Smdeman leaye my Zilllllly to get along wlth Mr Howell to Vern Wllllams Vlc qI1ldCf leaye my curls and wayes to 'Nlr Hunnex where they w1ll be put to good use Warner Stewart leave and hope 1 don t haye to return next year to graduate Paralee Stokes leaye my ab1l1ty to drlye a car halfway sane to Coach Kaz or Judy Tompluns Carol Benedict couldnt haye left enough for both' ' ll Nancy Warres leave my swmglng hxps and walk to Fern Collms Jrm Wlthrow leave my dancmg ablllty to Llnda Walker who has removed all the suede from the tops of my shoes Herbert Young leave Mary Allee to heart break and tears ' - V 1 ' V ' . , I A Ca. 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PROPHECY Reggle Abbott IS marrylng Val for the elghth tlme' ' ' ThlS tune they say lt s for real Sklp Allen IS the newly elected Presldent of the Unlted States Hls party Hose Nose Anonymous has taken the country by storm Richard Alonzo IS a C H P handmg out tlckets to all those hlgh school speed demons Davld Anderson and George Conley are leadlng contenders for Secretary of Agrlcul ture Presldent Sklp Allen can t qultc declde between them Joan Austln IS a leadmg mlsslonary ln Bongo Bongo South Afrlca Pat Baker IS desperately trylng to take care of the twelve llttle Allens nd be the alr Flrst Lady of the Land Betty Beauchamp IS marrled to Yankee Star Gordon Mummy She also rndes herd on h1s flVC most ardent fans Carol Benedlct has just opened Elsmore s first blg hospltal Alex Borel her husband IS her flrst patlent Reason lnyury from a flymg frylng panll' John Brooks owner and manager of the Mava has just remodeled for the slxth txme Honestly this new generatlonl ' ' Ruth Dodson IS now llVlng at Scottles Castle 1n Death Valley Bob Murphy her husband IS stlll worklng at Warren Anderson s trylng to support her and fmostly the castle Joan Doll has worked her way up to dlstrxct supervlsor of the Callfornla Telephone Company Terry Doyle IS a greatf 9 VJ Holly wood dlrector and producer Betty Dunham IS now marrled to Dale who IS the Cattle and Ranch Klng of Callforma Floyd Fenex IS playmg hls sax at the Star Llght Room 1n L A Adela Guerra owns and operates a trucklng busmess ln San Franclsco It 15 reported to be the largest of its klnd Yvonne Harrlson IS the owner of Harrlsons Hangout on the waterfront ln Long Beach Glenda Hendrlckson IS the Editor of the Elslnore paper Tales of Our Tlme Bull Herpst and Rxchard La Valley are trappmg the almost extmct but one tlme qulte common nulsance the house fly ' 7 , . . . . . . ., ,Y . . , . . , . . V. . M C f . . . . , . . . ' 7 7 Joann Breckenridge is still waiting for Dan to graduate so they can get married! ll , , . . . . , . . . . . . . , . .i , , . . . M , . y , . ' ,' ' as - as - ' ' 55 ' 7 5, u . . . . ,, . ,, , . ' C5 Y, , . Ramona Madrlgal much to everyones surprlse especlally hers has just been made Admlral of the PaClflC Fleet ,lerry Matthew got such vast experlence wrltlng for the gun that she declded to go on as a newspaper reporter She IS now Wfltlng the same column that Hedda Hopper once wrote and she has a blgger collectlon of hats than dld H H Dlck McAvoy IS back ln llllnols maklng llke the playboy we always knew he was Allce Mendoza and Leo Salgado are stlll havlng thelr ups and downs They are marrled though Leo IS playlng football for the Alberhlll Wlnos James Morrow evldently let hls part ln the play Mumbo Jumbo get the best of hlm as hes now servlng tlme for lmpersonatlng the dragon IH Qt George and the Dragonet ,loe Ortega IS holdlng the world s featherwelght wrestllng chalnplonshlp James Pontlous I9 followlng ln hls father s footsteps but he s ClI'lVlIlg the school klds back and forth ln the latest style of buses the new Strato Fet Bus llt Flles' ' l I ,lean Pressl IS busy developlng Manuel s 463 plctures fAll ln Technlcolor J Manuel Ramlrez the second Valentlno has just completed hls 463rd plcture The Qhrlek Marllyn Rasch IS a famous Jockey She just won the Powder Puff Derby at Santa Anlta Ed Relchert salts sunflower seeds ln Kansas Clty Kansas Fay Robertson has taken the place of the retlred Fsther Wllll3mS ln aqUatlC movles Alfred Rodrlguez has hlS own dance studlos and IS glvlng colnpetltlon to the Arthur Murray Studlos Hls speclalty IS the MAMBOV' Carolyn Schmitt IS now ASSISIHHI Annual Edltor at Norwalk lnstltutlon for the mentally retarded Rlchard Sllldeman left us and went to England where he IS head of Scotland Yard He recently soly ed the Mystery of the Mlsslng Tea Bag Vlctor Snlder 15 a well known hypnotlst and psuedo sclentlst ln general Better watch hlm glrls' ' ' Warner Stewart IS the owner of the Santa Anlta race track and has the greatest race horse of all tllnes Palsano Paralee Stokes IS managlng her husband Neal Raborn s buslness The Raborn Cat Sklnners Inc whlle he sklns the catsf 9 '7l ll Nancy Warres has just taken over the Job of Squeeky the Mouse, on Buster Brown s Program . Y , . . . 1 - s 9 a , . . . . . . . . . V v V , . . . . . . , f 9 , . . . . . . . , V . V . . . . . Y. . . , , . . . . . - . a . ., . - ca as - , . . . .I . . , . . . . . . . . U e 1 e - vs e . . V . . 7 . 4 . , . . V Y l I Y s ' as - as , . - - 9 - at . ,, . . . , . . . V . . . . 3 Davld John on IS the only trumpet playmg walter He plays rt as he warts Carl Johnson says the Harlem Globe Trotters have the warmest bench of any team he s played on Karl Burt has just proven Emstem s theory of relatrvrty wrong ,lxm Wlthrow lsn t seen much any more but lf you happen to trlp over to Patton you m1 ht see hlm wanderm around mutterm somethin about a deadlme S 8 8 g Herbert Young fooled us all and became one of the 10 most wanted men ln the U S However underworld sources say that he really makes a llvrng rarsmg petunlas .9 r wow M tc mm Mu., WQLLLCQ., "!QdftgoU f yyywfg Ldeczufaef 1 cehle fffdewwf 4159 fz6J94fMC13if?LZvfi,L5 my Jie CWW ylmtf' M45 Zlcawezl Cm! 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