Franklin High School - Almanac Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1931
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Senior class of 1931, a'ea'ieate oar book as
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MR. MOORFPS MESSAGE
Out of the stream of trite and matter-of-fact words that constitute the ordinary How
of our speech there Flashes from time to time a word of magic power. Such a one is
ushipsnl Daring as is the aeronaut of today, he is not characterized by the sheer audacity
that marked the early sailor. With no modern science to aid him, no electrical appliances,
no compass, no weather forecasts, no accurate knowledge of the hounds of the earth, with
only fickle winds as motive power,-the mariner of old fared forth, he knew not where.
Ships bore Ulysses, Aeneas, and their companions on journeys fraught with peril
and romance. Ships carried the civilization of Greece and Rome to the four corners of the
earth. Ships made possible the discovery and settlement of America. Ships brought
the argonauts of 1849 around the Horn to golden California. Ships, now become Hoat-
ing palaces, convey adventurers and pleasure-seekers to modern Arcadias and Utopias.
'4When my ship comes homef'---remains through the ages the fond day-dream of
romantic youth. How appropriate as the theme of a book devoted to the doings of youth
does the word hecomel
-CHARLES B. Mooiuz, Prifzcipal.
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MISS HODGKINS' MESSAGE
There is no frzigate like cz book
To take us lands away,
Nor any coarser like nz page
Of pruncing poetry.
Many of us are waiting for our ships to come in. Whether we wish ships to come
in bringing us riches or whether we wish to embark upon them to see the world, we are
all too apt to let it go at wishing. But with Emily Dickinson, I commend to you, Readers
of this Almanac, those frigates near at hand, the books of the world. If you choose them
wisely and use them properly, you will find that your ship will indeed come in.
EDITH M. HoDoK1Ns,
MR. MONTGOMERY'S MESSAGE
Did you ever experience that thrill of slowly pulling away from the dock on a great
sea-going liner? What a moment when you suddenly realized that you were no longer a
part of your old and familiar surroundings, but instead were afloat!
Out from Franklin Pier No. 1931 sail many interesting vessels bound on voyages to
For years the mariners in command have been charting their courses.
According to the tradition of the sea, the most experienced and tried officers shall
man the more powerful and important ships. Future years will assign the commands on
To the weather beaten, under the safe ballast of heavy burdens, on the high seas will
go the honors, while beautiful yachts of pleasure Hit about
on calm and peaceful waters with never a new port of entry.
As each passenger vessel takes leave from a dock a note
of sadness lingers in the hearts of those left behind.
Ships from Franklin, as you lift anchor and tug at your
engines, throw back to us on land your varied-colored ser-
pentine from your well-ordered decks that we may be in a
joyful spirit as you leave.
In rounding the breakwater look astern for a time that
you may see our handkerchiefs waving you bon voyage.
Then face your charts, box your compasses and plow ahead.
G. MILLAGE MONTGOMERY,
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Social Science Home Economics
Bernice Banning George Beach
English English, History
Olive Browning Mervil Bryan
Alberta Clark Frank Clemensen
Margaret Cuthbert Kate Cranon
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Home Economics Social Science Commercial Language, head Mathematics
Eleanor Ferguson P1Qrf'11leEFfrr11l. Carl Frank Bessie Gill Desire Gilson
Music Wiffah ablcfigou Mechanic .Xrts English Music
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JESSIB Graham phvsical Education B. Wilmah Greene Eunice Griflin George Galbraith
Commercial Harry Gilbert Blathematics Latin Mechanic Arts, head
Ray Gardner Physical Science, Ruby Haglund Wilhelm Haglund Mabel Hahn ,
Biological Science head Commercial Mechanic Arts English
Gertrude Hansen Charles F. Hess Harry Holdredge Mark Horton Frances Hughes
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Marcia Lange Alice La Pierre Mary K. Lawson Elizabeth Lisherness William Lopez
lliological Science Spanish English English Physical Ed., Head
Francis McCollom Yvonne McCollom May McCully Pearl McFadden Lois MacKa1ip
Physical lfdueatirin French Biological Science Coniniercial Illatliematics
John McManus Gertrude Mallory Luella Mart Laura Merriman Herbert Meyer Rex Miller
English Librarian Commercial Spanish Biological Science Art
Francis Moore Andrew Morris Gerald Mos'teller Irene Newton Eugenia Oliver
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IFQANKUN Mig, ALMANACI l.
B y ELIZABETH NEIPP
Frozen in loveliness
A hard, exquisite thing,
Your hair is blackly delicate
No memories of haloed hours,
Nor fading afternoons,
Woven into the webbed years,
That I have spentlwith you.
You were not cold, exquisite
But wistful, innocent, and small.
A little White-faced girl
I see again.
A laughing little girl,
A gay surprise
Looks now and then from
Hard, exquisite eyes.
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Rosine Leidholt Orval Fisher Garnelle Eisele
Secretary President Vice-President
C harlotle Kiele Booth Bertram Marie Iohnson
Treasurer Social Chairman Social Chairman
W'31 CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
Although handicapped by the chill and icy Waters of the winter season, this group
of ofhccrs and sponsors ably stccrcd the schooner W'3l through the stormy seas. Much
battered and buffered by the four-year voyage, but with the Brown and Orange banner
still fluttering at the rnainmast, the ship hovc to under the commands of this group.
Mr. McCollum, Chr. Miss Delfclhiss, Asst. Chr.
Mrs. McCollom Mrs. Cochran Mr. Sherinyan Mrs. Preernan
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"B" track, 3
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Marjorie Alter Bernice Amell Armond Anderson Margaret Avington
C. S. F., Beta Swimming "B" football, l C.F.S. life
Hook 8: Curve, 2 "A" football, 1 C. S. F., Sec.
Sec. to Mr. Moore Asst. "CH coach Tetralpha, 8
Nature club Iunto club News Ed., Press
Marvin Babbidge Evelyn Baraw Wilmer Bennie Marjorie Beretta Wylma Bernard
C.S.F-, life C.S.F. life Apparatus team, 4 Self-gov't. Home Economics
Tetralpha, 7 Copy Editor, press "A" track, 2 Swimming club, 8
Fir. Ed., Press Tetralpha, 1 "BU football, 1 G. A. A. Philanthropic
Debate champ Sr. B Secy. G. L. Rep. Nature club
Booth Bertram Mary Ellan Bisbey Herman Bishop Earley Bixler Ruth Bourget
Head yell leader, 2 Nature club "B" football, 2 Band Capt. Student council, 1
V- P-, Sr. B's G. A. A. "A" tennis Student council C. R. treas., 3
Soc. Chr., Sr. A's Self-Gov't. Alm. Orch. leader Home Economics
Student council, 2 C. S. F. "BH football, l Hook and Curve
Kenneth Boyden Karheleen Brown Doris' Browne Rhoda Burgess Gilbert Burgoyne
"AU baseball G. A. A. Sr. orchestra, 6 Hook K Curve, 2 "A" track, 2
"B" baseball Soph. basketball Entertainers club Apparatus, 2 "BU track, 2
Athladelphians Entertainers club World Friendship C. R. Treas, Spanish club,
Plast. Art Club Self-g0v't. G. L. Rep. Self-gov't. Pres.
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Stage mgr. Dancing club, 2 Home Economics C. S. F. C. R. Treas.
Orpheus Club Hook and Curve Art club, Soc. Sr. Latin. 3 SE1f'g0Yyt-
Printers' Guild Sec., Mrs. Trieb Chr. Girl Reserves Jr. Latin Club
C. R. Rep. Sec., Mr. Gilbert G. L. Rep. G. A. A. Good Form club
Mildred Cohn Eleanor Conn Ivandora Cook Ema Letha Cordell Curtis Cortelyou
G. A. A., 8 Special, 3 Girl Reserves. 2 "Midsummer C. R. Treas.
debating Dancing club, l Needlework Guild Nights Dream" Printers' guild
Sr. yell leader Music club Sr. Latin, 2 Glee club Ir. Latin
Spanish club, 1 Self-g0v't. Varsity tennis, l
Sr. Latin, 4
Self gov't., 2
Sr. Glee Accomp.,
C. S. F.
Sr. Latin club
C. S. F.
Dolores Dell Osso
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"A" track mgr.
C. S. F.
Junto club, 5
C. R'. Treas., 6
"B" football, 1
C. R. Treas., 2
Hook and Curve
G. A. A., 3
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Garnette Eisele Charlotte Evans Evelyn Fagin
V. P. Sr. A's Shakespeare, 7 Shakespeare club
Philanthropic, Masquers, Pres. Spanish club
Pres. ,l unto club, Treas. A12 golrl debate
R.O.'l'.C.. Capt. Sr. A Pres. 2iirl. Lt, Band
Self-g0v't.. 2 Sr. B Pres. Sr. Orch.
Aero club, 2 'TV' football, 2 Orch. .Xll Citv
"The Swan" Baseball, 2 Almanac Orch.
Paul Fisk Robert Fitzpatrick Doris Frazier Edward Furer
C. S. F.. Aloha "B"t1-ack, l Sr. Glee, 2 'KV' Basketball
Tetralpha, 5 "Cn football, l Ass't. librarian "A" Swimming
Tetralpha, Pres. Self-govyt., 1 Girls' reserves Gym Team
Sr. Latin Club French club Gym Club, 8
Wayne Gardner Dorothy Gazin Hilmer Gilbert Jean Good
Self-gov't., 1 Home Economics R.O.T.C., 7 Sec., Girls'
"Bw baseball, 1 club Cant. Adjutant league
"A" baseball, l Officers' club, 4 Clubhouse Ass'n.
"A" basketball. 1 Sr. basketball
Art Club, 2
bpanish Club, 2
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Hook N Curve, 2 Salmagumli, 2 Handverger Spanish Club C. R. Soc. Chr.
Sec., Mrs. Church C. S. F., Beta Self-Gov't. Boys' Chorus G. L. Rep., 2
Nature club Gold debate Football Self-gov't., 2
champ. Printers' Guilil
Sally Harris Roy Hayden Raymond Henry Cora Hieber William Helm
Sr. glee club, 2 Self-govt, 2 R. O. 'l'. C., 6 G. A. A. Treas. Self-Gov't., 2
Self-gov't., 2 C. R. Treas.. l Football, Z Baseballletterman "A" baseball, 2
C. R. Soc. Chr. Varsity track, l Baseball, Z Hook anal Curve HC" basketball
Club House Assln. "C" basketball, l Special Sec., Mrs. Church "C" football, 2
Richard Herron Evelyn Hill Merlin Hill Mary A. Hodges Eva Holroyd
Acro Club Spanish club Nature Club, 3 French club, 2 Latin club
Glider Club C. S. F., Beta Girl reserves, 5 Art club
Spanish Club Vilorld Friendship
Vllrestling Sr. glee club, 2
Louis Hopkins Virginia Houchins Lloyd House Vivian Hunt Marguarite Irwin
Gym Club, 4 Home Economics Jr. Latin, 1 Self-gov't. Home Economics
Apparatus Club, 1 G. A. A., 6 Self4gov't., 2 Spanish club ClubHouse Ass'n,
Atlllaflelphian, 2 C. R. Treas. Stage Crew Girl Reserves Girl Reserves, l
Gym office C. R. Rep., 2 Sr. orchestra G. A. A., 3
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Boys' gym club, Home Economics C. R. Soc. Chr. Soc. Chr., Sr. A's
V. P. club, 2 G. L. Rep., 3 V. P., G. L.
Cashier, cafe French club, 3 Uniform board,
Sr. yell leader Main office, 2 chairman
Paul Jones Edna Keech Walter Keeney Suzanne Kellog G
Swimming Treble Clef club Self-gov't., 2 G. L. Rep., 2
Class C basket- Girl reserves, 2 Varsity tennis, 2 Dancing club
ball, l Spanish club, 3 Athladelphian, 4 Garden club,
Self-govit. G. A. A., 4 R.O.T.C., 2 president
Jarette Kendall Charlotte Kiele Audrey Kipp Bertelle Knowles
C. R. Treas., 1 Treas. Sr. A's C. R. Pres.,2 Sr. glee club
Press Rep., l C. R. Treas., 6 Soc. Chr., 2 "C" football
Shakespeare club, G. A. A. Letter Spanish club Capt. "B" football
2 Sr. Orchestra, 2 G. L. Rep. Athladelphian
Henry La France Lester Larson Roger Latimer Rosine Leidholt
Sr. Orch. Bus. Office French club Sec., Sr. A's
Band Track 2nd V. P., G. L.
Music Club Club House Ass'n.
Football Sr. orchestra
Olicers' club, 3
Sr. glee club, 3
C. R. Treas.
C. S. F., Beta
Radio club, V. P-
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Uniform board Music Club Pres. G. L. Rep. G. A. A., 6 Hook and Curve
Club House Ass'n. Stage mgr. Uniform checker Hook and Curve, Needlework Guild
Sec., Girls' Court Football, 2 C. R, Soc. Chr. Pres.
Olga Marquez Katherine Marshall Virginia Maxiield Virginia Melkesian William Metzler
C. S. F., Alpha
Good Form club
"A" track mgr.
R. O. T. C., 2
French club, 7
C. R. Treas.
Home Economics Self'Gov't.
C. R. Treas.
Juanita Mont Woodrow Morrison
Garden club R.O.T.C., 6
Art club lst Lt. training
Spanish club oihcer
Mary Etta Norman Mabel Norton
Spanish club Attendance office
G. L. Rep. G. L. Rep.
C. R. Sec.
R. O. T. C. Capt.
Sr. glee club
Printers' Guild, 2
C. R. Treas.
"A" track mgr.
"A" football, mgr.
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C.F.S. life R.O.T.C., Capt. Sr. Glee, Treas. Sec., C. C. B. Nature club
Tetralpha, 8 Sr. glee club Art Club, Sec. Hook and Curve Music club
Debate Champ Officers' club, Music club, V. P. C. R. Soc. Chr.
Oratorical winner Pres. Girl Reserves Student council
Lois Pence Orville Peterson Lawrence Pierson Wilfred Pyrtle Ruth Rapaport
Special, 2 HC" Football C. R. Treas., 2 Sr. Orch., 7 C. S. F., 4
Self-gov't., 4 HB" Football R. O. T. C., Lt. Self-Gov't., 2 Tetralpha, 2
G. A. A. HA" Basketball Self-Gov't., l Printers' Guild Music club
Spanish club Gym Club, 4 Ofhcers' Club. 3 Music Club Latin club
Anthony Redondo Esther Reese Jack Requarth Pauline Reynolds Florence Rickis
"AU baseball, 2 C. R. Pres. R. O. T. C. Capt. C. R. Soc. Chr.
'X-X" basketball G. L. Rep. Special, l Press Rep.
Athladelphians G. A. A. Sr. Glee Sec., to Miss
Asst. Sport, Press Philanthropic Ushers' Club Merriman
Teresa Roselli Elma Rosenberger Thelma Rowan Louise Russell Frances Selecman
Spanish club Home Economics Attendance office Treble elei club C. C. B., Chr.
Good Form club Swimming club Business office C. S. F. Student council 4
VVorld Friendship Press Rep. Apparatus club Sr. glee club, 2 Play leads
Self-govit. Sr. Latin club Tetralpha, 3
C. R. Soc. Chr.,
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Sec., Mr. Oneal
Jr. Latin club
Sr. Latin club
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"Midsummer Tetralpha UC" football
Ni,-zht's Dream' Life member. "B" football
Sec., Mr. Shaw C. S. F. MCU track
C. S. F., life C. R. Treas.
Norman Smith Virginia Smith Henry Snowdon
C. R. Treas.
Sr. Latin club
C. S. F.
Girls' L. Rep.
C. R. Rep.
UA" tennis team
C. R. Treas.
Inter-class debate Main ofhce
Treble clcf Sr. Glee Club
Good Form clnl: Tetralnha
C. S. F.
Hook and Curve
Typist, Bus. Ofc.
Stage, asst. mgr.
R. O. T. C.
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Girl reserves, 2
Spanish club, 5
C. S. F., Alpha
Cashier in cafe
Laurel Van Wig Bulah Wagner G
Basketball Sr. glee club
Self-gov't. C. S. F.
French club Shakespeare club
Uniform checker Music club
Jack Westlake John Wiest O
Athladelphians, 4 Otlicers' club
"ll" basketball 2
G. A. A.
C. S. F., Z
G. L. Rep.
Laura Willmot Howard Winter Genevieve Wirkus
Poste, 2 XVorlrl Friendship Swimming
Spanish club Art Club Apparatus
Self-gov't. Tetralpha G. A. A.
C. S. F. Hook and Curve
Eleanor Wood Charles Yates George Pack
Hook S: Curve, 2 Varsity swimming "A" bageball, 1
C. R. Treas. Printers' guild "A" basketball, l
Sec., Mr. Cir. Mgr., press
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Sr. orchestra, 6
All city symphony
Glider Club, V. P.
Music Club, treas.
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The highest honor a Franklin graduate may receive is that of membership in the
Ephebian Society, a city-wide organization. In order to belong to this group, a student
must have attained 21 very high scholarship and citizenship record, and give evidence of
good character. The members are elected by a vote of the faculty.
Eleanor Perry Charles C urtix lean M aria S milh
S'3I S'31 S'31
lean Beck Kennelh White Dorothy lean Caldwell
S'3I S'3l S'3I
C. S. F. LIFE MEMBERS
Mrzrgrzrel Auington Evelyn Bzzraw Marvin Bizfvlvidgz' Af1fI!Z7l'l'd Cruwforzl Ezfelyn Czrzmmingvc
W'31 W'31 W'31 W31 W'3l
Darrell Oxbornc Frances Selecmnn Dfckxon Sfzeppard
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W'31 S31 S'31 S'31
Eleanor Perry less Oliver Elizubczh Neipp lean Caldwell Exlcfllu Smilfv
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Eleanor Piercc also gained membership.
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S'31 CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
Ending a delightful cruise through the calm blue waters of the summer seas, the
graceful yacht S31 was wafted into harbor by the breath of a balmy breeze. Many new
things were tried on this trip, and all proved successful, due to the wise counsel of the
sponsors. Having selected the most capable of an unusual group, the crew was not hard
to handle. In the Words of the yacht's captain, His everything clearP,' the ship made a
Mr. Mclvlunzfx Mir: Horlglqim, Chr. Mr. Lopez, Asst. Cllr. Mrs. Clzzzrclz
Mfr. Allen Mixs Ivlerriman Mr. Miller Mrs. W nzrner Mrs. Tricb
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john Alabaster Victor Allen
Helen Appleford Malcolm Arian
Sr. Orch. V.1'., Stud. Body
City Orch. Sr. Glee, Pres.
French Club Track, 4
Self-Government C.C.B. Chr,
Jean Beck Rose Beniche
Tetralpha, 3 Printers' Guild
V.P. Sr. A'S
Sec. Sr. Bis
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Art Club, Sec.
Uniform Brd., 4
Lillian Anderson . Pauline Anderson William Anderson
Hook 8: Curve Sr. Orch., 7
C. R. Pres. Jr. Orch., 2
Uniform Check Music Club 1
Self-Government Almanac Orch
Officers' Club Pres. V.P.
Good Form, Pres. Offn
Sr. Glee, V.P.
Lola Bennett Robert Beretta Leo Berger
Carlos Birck Arthur Bishop Karl Bitterolf
"A" Track, 2 Self-Gov't. Spec.
Cafe, 2 HB" K UC"Ftball.
Athledelphian Spanish Club, l
Self-Government Swimming Team, 4
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Latin Club, S
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Sec., Sr. A's
G..-X.,-X., Sec., 1
French Club, 2
Mary Boccignone Katherine Borgman Verna Boyd Dorothy Boyer Margaret Brackett
Trausferrefl from G..X..X., Y.I'. Girls' Sr. Glee,
.Xntelope High Heacl Checker Treasurer
Spanish Club Student Council Trellle Clef. 1
G..X..X. Sec., Mrs. .Xllcn lvllffUl'ITl Brd., l
Dorothy Brown Jack Browne Paul Burch Norman Burlingame
Xlusic Club Sr. Glee Club, 3 Baseball
Latin Club Football Nlizr., 2 Sr. Glce Club
Dancing Club Sr. AX Yell I,E2lllCl' Sr. Orch.
Self-govt Almanac Orch.
Randall Carey Robert Carr Jorie Casebeer Julian Clark
R.U.'l'.C., 6 HA" Football G. L. Pres. Cyin 'l'eaui, 3
Officers' Club, 1 Head, Special G. A. A. Pres. -lr. Glee, .3
Sr. Glce, 2 Baseball. .Z Glee Club, Pres. ,Xthlaclelphian, 4
Orpheus Club, 2 Student Council,1 llllll3lltl1fOIJlCPl'CS Swimming, 3
Robert Cole Dudley Colloran Leona Collins Charlotte Condon
lloys' Sr. Glen "C" Swimming C. RI Pres., 2 Vniform Checker
Self'Gov't. "B" Football Mgr llock N Curve Good Form Club
Football "B" Baseball lwl1lfOl'lTl Rep., 2 Salniaguncli
Track Sec., Counselor Spanish Club
C.S.F., life mem.
Traffic squad, 3
Cai. Cashier, 4
Gym Club, 3
"B" Football, 2
Barbara Corson George Couch Marjorie Cramer
Music Club MCH Football letralplia, 4
Home Economics Football Mgr., 2 Pres., Needlework
Hikinig Club, 1 C.R. Self-G0v't. I.C. Debate
Girl Reserves Cgold teamj
Roger Daley Anna Davis Kathryn Dawes
Art Ed., Almanac Good Form Club Shakspre., Pres.
Football, 3 Economics Club L'Youngest" lead
Sr. I3 Pres. Shakspre. contest
Special lst. pl. SO. Cal.
Officers' Club, 4
Senior Glee, 4
lfshers' Club, 2
HA" Football, l
Hook K Curve
HB" Football, l R.O.T.C., 3
Printers' Guild, 3 liatiu Club, l
belt-Gov t., 3
C.R. Treas., 2
Pres., Sr. Class
Soc. Chr., Sr. 13
Sr. Glee. Pres.
UC" Football, 2
Hazelmary Eskridge Bob Evans Dorothy Fernette Alice Ferran
jr. Latin, 2 UA" liascball, 4 llook and Curve Svc., Blr. Onval
Sr. Latin, 6 .-Xthladclphian, 6 Sec., Hr. Horton Sec., Bliss llcCullV
Neecllew. Guild, -1 Self-Cov't., l G.L. Rep., l
Cvunselorls Off., l 13, C Football, 4 Archery Club
Elmer Freeman Dorothy Garth Rowland Gautsclqe Norine Gilmartin
Swinnning team, 3 Senior Cleo, 4 .Xtlilaclclpliiau Home lic. Press
lym Club, 8 C.S.F., Beta "ll" Football,l
"lin Football, l GUXHX. "C" Track, l
Football, l Music Club
William Gilmartin Russell Gleason
C. S. F. Life
Rhyme X Reason llvilflll l:l'iCUfl9-lllll Self-G0v't. Sell'-Govt
Debating, 2 Self-Govt Home Economics llomo EC. Club
fl1'ZlIOl'lC2llCOlltS5l Sliakcslmeare Club Cafe ill.. Rep.
Cleef Club. l
C.R. Chix, l
bniforui Chee.. l
Sr. Cleo. 3
Sr. Glue, Z
Hook N Curve
Coccl Form Club
Lucille Griggs Alice Hale Inza Haney Ruth Hansen
French Club Hook K Curve, Archery Club, 7 Spanish Club
G.A.A. Treas. Hook Sc Curve G.L. Rep.
Self-Gov't. C.R. Treas., 2
Mary Harris Virginia Harris Harriet Hart Robert Held
Sec., Spanish Club 'ihlidsummer Tetralpha Football, 6
C.S.F. Nights Dreamn Track, 8
Girl Reserves "P0n1andar Walk' Atllladelphians,
Home Economics Shakespeare Club V.l'.
Mary Hill Pearl Hill Edward Homer Lonnie Hood
C. S. F. Alpha C. S. F. Beta Self-Gov't., l Pres. St. Body
W. F. Club, V. P. Hook K Curve Boys' League Pres
,lunto Club Self-Gov't. Sport Ed., Al.
Clubhouse Assn. Dancing Club Track X Football
Dorothy Howe Margaret Howlett Lorna Hunter Florence
Hook 8z.Curve Photo Editor Al. C. R. Treas. Hutchinson
Sec., Miss Stevens Art Club Needlewrk. Guild C.R. Treas., 1
Salmagundi Home Economics Uniform Check., l
Spanish Club Good Form, l Home Econom., l
Garden Club, Pres
Garden Club, V.P.
Boys' League Chr
Spanish Club, Sec
Class A Track
Homer Kirsch Richard Key Dorothy Krage Joseph Kornowski Ruth Klotz
Sr. Orch. Press Staff, 3 G.A.A., 7 Sr. Latin, 3 C.R. Treas.
Sr. Band Atliladelphian Clubhouse Ass'n. Self-Gov't., Z Self-Gov't.
Sr. Glee Club Baseball, 2 Hook X Curve, 2 C.S,F.,Beta Treble Cleft Club
Music Club Basketball, 1 Girl Reserves, 1 Gym Clerk. Z
Irene josefowski Richard Jones Lennart Johnson Fay Jennings Zaven Jamentz
Sr. Orch., 6 Boys' League, Athlafdelphiau, 7 G. L. Rep. Basketball, 2
C.S.F., Beta V,P, "A" Football Salmagundi, l C. R. Treas.
Sr. Latin Club Circ, Blgr., Press HB" Football Garden Club, l
World Friendship TI-ack, UB," "C" "CH Football
john Lackner Barbara Lawrence James Leathers Burns Lee Charlotte Luedtke
B.L. Seo,-Treas. Clubhouse Ass'u. Asst. Ed. Press Editor, Almanac Archery
Assist. Erl., Al. Garden Club Editor, Press Salmagundi
Varsity track Sr. Latin Chr. Boys' VYeek Hook K Curve
, C.S.F.,Alpha Trafxic Squad, 3 Needlewk. Guild
Donald Link Earl Lynch Margaret Lyons Whipple McClay
Baseball, 3 Football,2 Clubhouse Ass'11. Sr. Band K Orch. Audrey McClemans
Football, 1 Self-Gov't. 3 Znd VP., G.L. Track Letter
Self-Govit. C.R. Treas., 1 SelffGoV't. Klan
Iunto Club, 3 R.O.T.C,, 1 G.A.A. Officers' Club
, fr as-l.., -
C.R. Treas., l
Hook K Curve, 2
Dancing Club, 2
Soc. Chr., Sr. .Vs
Nature Club, Y. l'
Edward Marable Elan Martin Mildred-Massinter
Spanish Club Salrnagundi Club 1721l1Cll1g Club,
Marion Meyer Ted Meyers
Boys' Clec, Sec.
Charles Morrey Douglas Morris
MBU 'ACU Football Glider Club, Pres.
Sr. Glee Music Club, 2
Ellsworth Ruth McMillan
McClintock GL., Pres.
li, C Football CHX.,-X., Pres.
lioys' Sr. Glee Archery Club,
Swimming team Pres.
Hook X Curve, 2
C.R. Treas., 2
Otiicers' Club, 6
Sec., Soc., Chr.
Hook N Curve
Sec., Miss Holton
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Elizabeth Neipp Mabel Nielson Verla Nolan Charles Oehler
l C, lx Sec '1il'2l1'lSfCI'I'E!d from C.S.F., Alplm
Sun Bernardino 'lleti'alplx:x,l
High School Sl',l4Zltll1,3
Frank Palmer Alberta Park
l,1'i!1llH,C-I Self-Cov't., 5
XYreStling Class, 1 fniform Check. l
l'rintei's' Guild, l C. L, Rep., l
' Dancing Clnlv 3
Hook K Curve, 2
llook X Curve
Ir, Latin, 2
Sr. Latin, 4
IH'infei's' Guild, 1
Girls' C.C.B. Chi
Sec., Stud. Borlv
Soc. Chr., Sr. B's
G. A. .X.
H ook X Curve
Sec., Mr. .Xclrlisun
Thelma Purvis Evelyn Prytle Betty Reiser Earl Rench
VV.F. Club, Pres. Self-G0v't., Z Glee Club,Z l'0ste, Store Mgr.
CR. Trcas., 3 Hook X Curve, 2 Sec. Home Self-Gov't., 5
Spanish Club Needlewk.Guil1l, 2 Economic Club
C.S.F., 2 C.R. Treas.
Leah Reynolds Magdalene Richards Fred Riecke Estella Smiley
.Xrchery Club Hook X Curve Football, 2 VVUrlcl Friendship
Glee Club Club Self-Govt, 2 Sr. Latin Club
Home lic. Club Orfler of Gregg Post Employee, l Tetralplia
Xcelllework Guild .Xrtists C.R. Treas., 2 CSF., life
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Carl Schellenberg John Shahian Helen Shaffer Patricia Sexton
"ll" llaskctball Baseball, 4 Student Council, l Self-Cov't., l
Orplieus Club, Sr. Orch. fllee Club,6 l'niform Checker
Y.l'. Sr. Latin CR. Pres. .Xrt Club, 2
Sr. Glee, l Track, l G..X..X., 5 French Club, l
Margaret Saunders Ray Rork Dorothy Ritter Jean Smith
Sm-ll-Gnv't., 5 Track team Capt. llook K Curve Transferrerl from
C. R. Treas.. l l3aseball.2 yrs. Sec. Miss Michigan High
Swimming Club, l Tetralpha Anderson
Dancing Club, 1
Chr. Ath. Comm.
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Jean Marie Smith
City Syrup. Con-
Sr. Orch., S
Latin Club, 2
"C," "BU Ftball.
Span. Club, Pres.
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Sr, Orch., 3
Louise Smith Allan C. Smithies
Radio Club, Sec.
Hook X Curve
Good Form Club
Treble Clef, Pres.
Hook N Curve
Sr. Latin, 6
Main Ollice. 3
Copy Ed., Press
C.S.F, Pub. Chr
Charlene Stille Alice Strickland Marjorie Strickland
XYorlCl Friendship C.R.Soc. Chix, 3 Good Form
Cashier Uniform Checker llool-c K Curve
Self-Gov't. Art Club,Soc. Chr. Main Office
Art Club, V.l'. Cafeteria
Betty Tassie Dorothy Thompson William Wall
Good Form Club lst V.P., G.L. Student Council
Treble Clef, Pres. Sr. .X Soc. Chr. ,Iuuto Club, Treas
l'niform llrfl. Press, News lid. Interclass Debate
C. R. Treas.
jr. Latin, 2
Sr. Latin. 2
Rolland Thompson La Verne Tillery Margaret Tipton Ralph Torroni
R.O.'l'.C. Band, .lunto Club, Sec. l'llifO1'I1l llrml., l Baseball, l
Capt. ILL. Rep. lI..X..X., 6 llasketball, l
Self-G0v't., l Officers' Club lnterclziss Debate C.S.F.. .Xllwha
Post CLR. Pres. Special
Oneita Towns Ruth Turner Melbourne Tuttle ovell Van Meter Margaret Walsh
Sec.. Mr. Moore Tetrzilplia. 2 Varsity track. Z Sec. Stullent llocly llook X Curve
C.S.F., Beta C.S.l'., lleta Span. Club, Treas. See, Girls'l.eaguc Sec.. Klr. Mont-
CHYA- Sr. l,zx1in 'SY' Football Student Council HUUTCTY
Hook K Curve Neeillewk. Guilml .Xthlaclelwliiam 7 llrd. of l"iuauce Sec., Nlr. Oneal
T ,. P'-
Art Ward Charles Warren Harold Wasmuth Catherine Weaver Elizabeth Weeks
Football Glee Club .Xrt Club. l Spzmisli Club, l
Baseball, 2 lioys' YVeek Comm. Szllmagnnlli. l Music Club. Z
Sec.. Boys' Court Xlforlxl F,, l
Gulf Team tl..X..X.
LeRoy Weeks Helen Wehlast Audrey West James Weston Irmabelle Whittaker
C.S.F.. Alpha CR. Treas. Asst, .Xrt lid., Xl. Press Stall' Hook X Curve,
C.R. Bless.. -l Self-llovit, ,Xrt Club. 6 Circ. Mgr. Nfl".
Goonl Form Club .Xl. ,Xrt Staff, 3 French Club G..X..X..Leiterinan
Spanish Club Spanisli, 4 Tennis Sec., Mrs. Zinn
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Helen Whitaker Kenneth White Rachel Whitsell Patricia Wigley Mildred Williams
Entered from Debate Champ. G.L. Rep., 2 Ir. Glee, Treas. lfniform Check, l
Denver High C. S. F., Pres. SelffCov't., 1 Economics Club. C.R. Sec., Z
'Pliilantliropic Bus. lllgr., Alm. Uniform Check., 1 G..X.A.
Spanish Club "Mikado" lead Jr. Latin, Treas.
Ruth A1-mis Wilson Richard A. Winter Belden Wood Dean Wood Charles Woods
Sr. Orches. C.S.F., Alpha Stage Mgr, Pliilantbi-opic Sport Ed., Press
C. R, Treas. Masque!-S, P,-es, Club Ass't. Chr. Boys'
Swimming Play leads CR., Treas. VVeek
Neecllewk. Glfl. Adv. Mgr., Aim. G.L. Rep. Ushers' Club
Catherinewoodward Luefla Young
Art Club, 2
Garden Club, l
Good Form Club, 3
Girl Reserves, 1 Sr. Latin
Latin Club, 1 World F. Club
Ruth Zimmerman Mary Bard
Art Club Ray Hudson C.R. Pres.
Biology Club Girl Reserves
S. G. Special Latin Club
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THE UPPER DECK
The engines in the dark hull of a ship push her through heavy seas, but it is the
fittings and finish which make her a picture of impressive majesty. Iust as the human
cargo, which we find on the upper deck, is the most important part of any ship, so in
our school organization we feel that the fine arts furnish inspirational and human element.
The dramatic class, one of this group, gave an amusing Christmas play, "The Goose
Hangs High." An English accent predominated the two plays which followed. 'LThe
Importance of Being Ernesti' was a fast-moving play, portrayed deftly by our actors.
"The Romantic Agei' proved suitable and enjoyable for the spring, "when a young man's
fancy turns to lovef,
This year proved outstanding in musical accomplishments. The most prominent
was the opera, "The Mikadof' given in the spring. This whimsical and delightful presen-
tation was made possible because of a field of unusually good material under capable
The Girls, Senior Glee Club and the Treble Clef represented the school at many
entertainments in the community.
The Boys' Senior Glee was in constant demand, for its excellent reputation has
spread. The Orpheus is also to be commended on its work this year. The combined
Glee clubs gave a splendid program during the Christmas season.
Two orchestras, Senior and Iunior, appeared at most of the important school func-
tions. A great deal of the credit for the smooth performances of the opera is due to their
The Stage Crew is highly deserving of praise for the fine sets it built for the dramatic
and musical performances and its prompt and efficient service throughout the year.
The Masquers, Club is composed of selected students who have appeared in Franklin
stage productions. They attend outstanding productions on the Los Angeles legitimate
stage and study the fine art of acting.
The Music Club is composed of students who love music and desire to further an
appreciation of it.
The Shakespeare Club is for the study of the classics of Shakespeare. Sponsors
those who represent Franklin in the Southern California Shakespearean Contest. This
year Franklin was represented by Edith Morrow and Gareth Goldberg.
The Art Club is one of the most active and profitable organizations. lt has raised
sufiicient funds to start a fine art collection for the benefit of the school.
This year interclass and interscholastic debating was stimulated to marked success
by a new sponsor and a debating class.
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With Burns Lee at the helm, the Almanac sailed safely through seas of printer's
copy, Write-ups, proofs, copy reading and contests, until it reached port, with the Franklin
student body on deck to greet the green book that contains so many records of happy
days and hours.
Burns Lee was the industrious fellow who had previously captained that other vessel,
the Press. This experience, of course, helped him to Weather the storms that arose. His
familiar command: '4Get your copy inf' hornpiped its Way through the ofhce many times
Mrs. Church added another year as the pilot of the year book. Mrs. Warner served
in the capacity of purser, and Mrs. Roberts commanded the art Work.
The hard job of chasing around the deck to hnd both ends, and the harder job of
making them meet, fell to Kenneth White, business manager. Kenneth always managed
to have a nice big business smile on when he made his semi-weekly appearance at
Almanac meetings, and at times the ship of state fairly seethed with business, and budgets,
and Kenny. Belden Wood manned the advertising end by going after ads like a regular
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Mary Hill and Iohn Lackner served as assistant editors, Both became very adept at
making starboard stabs at stories, racing around at all hours to get important write-ups.
The literary editor was Elizabeth Neipp, who cheerfully read reams of copy, blythely
p happy even when the copy was late. Elizabeth provided the literary atmosphere at meet-
Lonnie Hood, sport editor, was not an expert typist, but this slight deficiency didnlt
prevent him from writing crack shot sport stories. At times Lonnie would face the
forecastle with snatches of sailory song, just to keep the blues away.
Despite the fact that the diminutive Roger Daley took up a lot of space at
Almanac meetings, it is due to him and his faculty advisor, Mrs. Roberts, that the art
'ft work of the book is so attractive. Assistant editor of the art staff was Audrey West, who
helped Roger a great deal. Margaret Howlett did some excellent work as photo editor.
To quote Mrs. Roberts: "Margaret is one of the few people I have found who does what
she is told, and does it well, when it comes to working on photosf' Iohn Carey spent a
, V,., lot of time drawing cartoons for the Calendar and other pages of the book.
The positions of secretaries were filled by Angeline O'Leary and Anna Burstin, who
Mmy Hz!! Belden Wood Elzz If fin Nezpp lonn I acknef Lonnie Hood
First Arsivant Editor Adm-1'li'i11g Manager Lilcr zry Editar Second A.ffi:lanz Sport Edirol'
typed the work and write-ups of the Almanac in a most orderly and efhcient fashion.
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The Press added another successful year to the log of Franklin, recording faithfully
all of the activities and achievements for the year 1930-31. A high peak was reached
in journalism. Hours of hard work to get out the paper each week were cheerfully given
by the competent editors and their adviser to make it possible for Franklin students to
read their Press each Tuesday morning. 3
Burns Lee, who held the position of Press editor in the fall term, aided by a line
ffl, staff, put out some very good editions of the Press. Among the staff were: Charles
Curtis, assistant editor, who took charge of the fourth page, Margaret Avington was news
editor, Hubert Rasbach and Marvin Babbidge were the feature editors. Marvin was
also munici al editor, su ul in the communit and downtown a ers with timel arti-
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cles of Franklin activities. Evelyn Baraw was the diligent news copy reader and Eliza-
it beth Neipp read feature copy. The position of sports editor was filled by Bill Iones, who
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munds, and George Pack was circulation manager.
Mrs. Cranon, advisor, has done much to help and better the Press with her hard
work, and with the cooperation of the student staff, the Press reached a high plane.
In the spring term, Charles Curtis headed the stall as editor-in-chief. He was as-
sisted by Iames Leathers and Hubert Rasbach. The work in the feature department was
in charge of Elizabeth Neipp and Floyd Ragan, feature editors. Dorothy Thompson
efficiently held the position of news editor, assisted by Charles Glaubig, municipal editor,
and Anna Burstin, organizations editor. Miriam Steiner was news copy editor and Nelda
lnslee read feature copy. Charles VVoods was the sports editor and was assisted by lack
Hutchinson. Martha Sanborn was girls' sports editor. Lloyd Iohnson was business
manager during the spring term. Dick Iones was circulation manager, and Dallas
Gladson was his assistant.
Lfgf-'T TU RIGHT, Fmsi' Row: M. Sll'ilZCI', I. I.mlhe1',r, E, Neipp, B. Lcf, Mrs. Crimon, Azfzfi.wr,' C. Czrrfis,
H. Rusbuch, C. Woods, D. Thonzpson, W. lanes, I. Hzzlcfzinson. SLCOND Row: N. Inslcr, C. Glzmbig,
.f1. Bllllfffll, l. Shnhiull, L. Griggs, L. Hood, K. Burlqer, L. ,0h71S071, M. Srznborn, W. Ednzzzmfx, D. Shank.
THIRD Row: R. .lI. lanes, F. Rfzglm. 1. Huzfpfrmllz, L. Dixon.
"THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH,'
Rene Womlwurzl flfluirll, Emily Poor Ulm. Brmllryj, I-'n1m'e.f S!'1!'6'I?Z1Il1 flinnice Ingulsj, Wzzfzrla ,x'1tIZll7'-
lqerich f1.ois Ingulxj, Don llorgmz fHugh Izzgulxj, Teri Mcycrx fBc'1'm1rd Ingulfl, Exfhw' Phillips fD11gmar
Currollf, luck Hrownc lBn1dley Illglljff, Nm: l,f1uf1'mcr Klnlipi Mznvfockj, ,-Ilfwrl Trcwix lliomzld Murzlorkj,
Bm! Iuclqmn KDayj, lohn Malcolm fKinzl1rrz'lyj.
"IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST',
LEF1' 'ro Rxcxxrrz Lucyllc Goldmiirh ffvlixx I'ri.vmj, Rwmlirlff Merrill fD1'. Chamblcj, Kulhryiv Iluwcx
fvGlt'EllIlIllfl7 lizfrfurj, .NHIIZIIJOIY Goff fEdI'71C'51 Warlfliiigl. Cfmrfolff EL'LIl7,f flmfy Bh1clq11f'fll, Afffrrf T1'4ll'j5
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"THE ROMANTIC AGE"
LEFT T0 RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Pauline Andemon, Marvel Del Oxso, Rene Woodward, Sylvia Andrews,
Erlitn Morrow, Lovell Van Meter, Lily Molqrzychu, Glenflu Ti771.l7l'00k, lean Caldwell. SECOND ROW:
lohn Mzzlcolm, Garcln Goldberg, Elwood Ginn, Ruy Hiirlxon, George Linrlulzl, Albert Truvif, HfII'0ld
Kelxen, john Slefxcnx.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Kallzryn Dawes fPitti Singj, Extllcr Phillip: fYL1m-Yzrmj, Kenneth While
fNanlqi-Pool, Kalhryn Revo fPer3p-Boj. SECOND Row: Sam Gfllys fPi5h-Tnxhj, Emily Poor fKali:haQ,
Hc'rl1cf't Lowry fKo-Koj, Ted Meyer: fPo0h-Buhyl. THIRD Row: Thomaf Moore fumlvrella carrierj,
William Pains fMilqudoj,
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LEIQT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: R. McMillan, G. Kelly, E. Phillips, D. Messick, Aeeomp.,' 0. Barron, V. P.:
I. Cizsebeer, Pres.,' Miss Philliroolq, Advisor, L. Van Meter, See., K. Revo, D. Boyer, Treas., B. Modding,
K. Dawes, V. Stinger. SECOND Row: D. Sounders, H. Davies, M. Menard, M. L. Belzymer, N. Gilmzzr-
tin, P. Hfzrrison, K. Arirzn, B. Glover, E. Poor, H. Wilson, R. Willis, D. Garth. THIRD ROW: H. Healy,
E. Trover, JI. Morrison, M. Ware, I. Anderson, K. Davidson, S. Arizm, C. Sllierry, H. Mrzrtinez, M.
Symmes, B. Kirlgputrielq, D. Mollelt.
TREBLE CLEF CLUB
LEFT T0 RIGHT, FIRST Row: E. Turney, Treas.,' K. Adams, Pros.: I. Lawson, See.: M. Kinser, C. Woods,
B. Nevins, E. Horaden, R. Willey. SECOND Row: M. Messick, W. Aslqew, M. Snrles, C. Biekforzl, Miss
Plzilbroolq, Adz'iso1',' D. Harris, G. Andrews, N. Slzeelqles, L. Minton. THIRD Row: H. George, G. Helm,
D. Code, L. Mvleomlv, 1. Greenfeld, 1. Martinson, F. Stadelmann, I. Spzirr, l. Gordon, G. Ferril.
BOYS' SENIOR GLEE
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: S. Getlys, M. Gof, W. Paine, T. Meyers, B. Goldman, Armmpv' M. Ifomla,
Pres.: C. Smith, H. Wusmzfih, V. P.,' T. Downs, H, Widney, H. Lowry, SECOND ROW: K. McCarty, I.
Wheeler, R. Carey, K. White, Miss Olizfer, z4d1!l50l',' I. Espenozzz, D. Parkhurst, R. Ralston, W. Buhcoclq.
THIRD Row: H. Tlzerlingu, C. Shellenhcrg, C. Money, H. Rasluzch, H. Kelsca, E. McClintock, N. Brooks.
LEFT T0 RIGHT, FIRST ROW: P. Seymour, C. Oehler, L. Palmer, E. Muffy, arcompv' Miss Olizfer, Advisory
I. Kingry, C. King, R. Young. SECOND Row: N. Swisher, O. Cash, G. Esterlvroolq, H. Minimn, S,
Smith, I. Hughes, E. Hcwlu. THIRD Row: P. Lee, R. Newlon, I. Phillips, A. Sfcarl, I. Corbin, I. Woods,
B. Hunfzcx, D. Gladsofz.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: R. Allan, A. Baranelq, L. Crouch, W. Anderson, K. Daggett, W. Carey, F.
Yapelli, W. Goerz. SECOND Row: D. Kafka, E. Greisingcr, G. Goldman, A. Broclqxchmidt, E. Barron,
I. M. Smith, Mr. Gilxon, If1,fll'1lClOI',' H. Appleford, C. ,0!HZ.Vf0I7, O. Spray, H. Hornberger, G. Barns, I.
Gay. THIRD Row: W. Waddington, G. Trent, A. Kiala, M. Dell'Ox:o, F. Howard, M. Messick, I.
Greenfeld, E. Taylor, I. Orfoliae, L. Ferrell, V. Brown, E, Haraden, M. Sherrielq, B. Way, E. Worden.
FOURTH Row: I. Tyler, W. Morgan, I. Loomix, R. Sleixon, W. Weelgf, R. Young, D. Adam, H. Scher,
F. Reid, M. Carone.
LEF'1' TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: W. Waddington, W. Anderxon, E. Cima, M. Holt, E. Taylor, Mr. Gilxoa,
Instrnelorq A. Whileomlv, H. Cooper, V. Aspland, L. Wellington. SECOND Row: K. loner, R. Bond, H.
Iohnson, K. Robinson, E. Barton, I. Loomis, H. Freeman, L. Morgan, W. Ceremony, L. Stinelfoaglz,
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LIEF1' TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: R. Duffy, I. Hughes, W. Wzzers, Mr. Millcr, Advisor, B. Wood, Mgr.,' G.
Ross, M, Fonda, N. Burlingame. Shcown Row: I. Hnfchinsolf, L. Stump, N. Brooks, W. Halliburton.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: E. Poor, T. Meyers, Pres., I.. Van Meter, Mr, MrM1wus, Advisory K. Dawes,
Soc, Chr., G. Nunn, B. Mazldfng. Suroxu ROW: K. Wfzifc, l. Browne, E. Phillips, G. Lindczlzl, A. Travis,
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Kinfcr, V, I'.,' Mis: Olizfcr, Aduifofq' K. Revo, M. MacMillan, D. Caldwell, B. Goldnzfm, H. Fzzgin, K.
Kennczfy. SECOND Row: V. Fifzputrick, V. Meek, B. Righlcr, L. Combf, B. Tzzrney, H. Mcrcfzant, G.
Goldmmz. fl. Bzzrstin, C. Rcyzazafzlz, L. Young, E. Gilmore, M. f11Q771tIl1, M. Davis, E. Wcixx, I. Fraser.
THIRD Row: D. Code, G. Timbroolq, 0. Cfzsfz, C. Scfzrllclzbcrg, H. Kirffz, W. Paine, N. Bzzrlingzzme, I.
B1'UlUl7f', H. Thcn'i1IgI1, T. Jloorr, 13. Blzllfr, H. 1IcXI1f1ff.
I.I.r'I' 'Io RIuII'I', FIRST Row: Y. Gurzfncr, D. I. cdlfiwfll, F. B1'llI71f'l'1l'lI, N, Goorlufe, G. Linflnfzi, K.
Dawn. Jlry. Cocfzrun, xlzlzflxolg' M. L. Bchymfr, G. Golrflrfrg, A. Smiley, W. Ifylqe. Sncuxn Row: M.
Dcfl'O.f.vo, ll. lU!l715077, B. MI11z'di11g', L. VI111 Meter, R. H?lI1.f0l7, E. Phillipf, E. Morrow, E. CIOIYIOH, Z.
lohnfon, S. Cobb.
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LEFT TO Rllurr, FIRST Row: I. Gray, L. Dorzzberg, E. Ncipp, G. Bfznr, Mr. CZCIIIFYISOII, Aflzflforp I.
Grififh, M. SHIZZJOIVZ, C. Jlzznn. S1-yczcwu Row: B, Way, M. L. Bclzynzfr, L. Tiffcry, L. 1:f'I'l'1vH, ll.
Sfrifzrr, D. l. CcI1!17tL'c'N, W. HLI.f.f41l'll, Ii. Jlurf12'i1zg.
LEFT To R11:1l'r, FIRST ROW: W. I-lrlzf, W. Bmvzzll, D. Goiziou, R. Morrixoiz, G. LKIVJOII, R. I'll'I'l4il1g, li.
Helm, I". W1'llm1m', W. WTzer5. Slaczoxu Row: B. Yurmfll, R. Dunn, H. Fox, Mrs. Rofrzvw, r1ZfZf'l'.f01',' L.
licrfnzrrl, 'I'rmz.r.,' G. Chzrlq, Sec.: I. Curry, Prcf.: ll. Behynzcr, I". l'.,' Rex Miller, flzizfi.-'ow ll. Hozzflzfft, I.
Snhrc, JI. Jlclhzlzicl, JI. Rippcy. Timm ROW: I. cfflffwif, L. Tuff, I. Slufter, D. Wood, G. Kilson, E.
Ollefzc, JI. Cf11'1'.fIz'11ff11, H. IVcfver, JI. Hoylf, fl. West, P. 1-Uan11'.f. H. Anzmcrzmzn, Ii. Ijllix, lf. .xlflivlll-gflf,
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Fififl 11111612 O7'l17073:l'!lI COINFSI Second place, OI'LIfOl'fl'lIf Conirrl
Forensic Arts have always been encouraged at Franklin, this year was marked by
exceptionally hne achievements. After an interesting and close contest, Guy Nunn, our
student body president was selected to represent this district in the National Oratorical
Contest. VVe are proud of Guy and of the fact that his oration on the subject 'LOf the
Peopleu brought us third place in the city Finals. Second place in the school was won by
For the hrst time in two years Franklin had an inter-scholastic debating team.
Debates were held with three schools. Victories were scored over Fairfax, and Pasa-
dena Iunior College, while Belmont proved the only stumbling block.
Dgrllils Gltnzlmn Mr. Clf'1z1f'11.fo11, Dtnfizl Gerecnt, Thomas IQIILY'
Dorothy lean Guy Nunn Sopfzir' Cobb Brzzcc Rllfl1C'I'fUl'!I7 Mary l.0n1'.fc
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BOULEVARDS AND EXCEPTIONS a
- By IOHN LACKNER i
lack Rollins, Centralls flashing comet of the 440, suddenly cut loose with a terrihc
burst of speed. Iack was noted for his sprint in the stretch, a sprint that literally burnt
the hearts out of all average competition.
"What was the time on that, coach?n he gasped, as he crossed the finish line with the
second man 15 yards behind.
"You'll know your time in the Conference quarter," drawled Coach Smithson. "Let's
see you get down to business, plenty of sleep, and dodge the women."
The coach didnit see the smile on Iack's face as he dodged into the shower room.
However, donit get the wrong idea. lack, in his experienced career of seventeen
summers, had made it a rule never to have a member of the feminine majority get him
beyond the bounds of sanity. .
"Say, lack," began Len Fortness, as Iack was donning a pair of vermilion-hued
shorts, 'Ayou sure clipped the quarter off in plenty fast time, tonight."
"Thanks, Len. If I can cop the Conference, I,ll be sitting pretty."
Iack was slowly proceeding down an eucalyptus-lined boulevard, his green and cream
motor symphony harmonizing perfectly, but then, Iack's vehicles had always been noted
for their sound effects. '
He was suddenly started to his consciousness when he noticed the comely bit of
femininity smiling at him from the sidewalk, and the symphony slowed, hesitated, and
then died with a discordant note.
After he was again proceeding down the eucalyptus-lined boulevard with the fairest
member of his Economics class by his side Iack was a different person.
"Why were you going home so 1ate?,' he queried.
"For various reasorisf' she supplied. "The main one being a Writeup for the Tattler,
on a certain young man, Central's hope in the quarter mile, I believe."
The Tattler was Centralls fountainhead of student information.
"Well," he continued, his chest broadening pereeptibly, "and what did you say of
the young man?,'
"Ah-well-," she mused, as the symphony struck an off key, "I usually say what
For some reason or other, that expression generated an unusual desire in the mind of
Mr. lack Rollins, and ex-women demolisher, to see the next edition of the Tattler.
Dorothy, for this was the girl of the chestnut-brown hairls name, thanked Iack
graciously as the symphony grated nervously to the curb in front of her home. She added
to her thanks a truly feminine smile, one that completed the conquest of the unconquest-
able Mr. Iack Rollins.
'Tll see you at schoolf, she laughed, and ran up the walk and into the house, and
for some unknown reason Iack did not leave the curb for five minutes. Was it the
influence of the symphony, orl?
Several days later the following conversation could have been heard among the friends
of one charming member of the feminine world, Dorothy Lawson by name.
, "Say, Dot,', ,elicited lean Harsdale, "since when did Iack Rollins start giving you
the rush?"i' I f . 1 . f
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For rhyme the rudder is of verses,
With which, like ships, they steer their courses."
FI-QANKLIN ALMANACI K.,
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THE WATCHES I
As on all ships we, too, have the watches into which the ship is organized. Here
are the watches that are to be found on the Liner Franklin:
Those who aspire to make themselves heard in debate. '
C. S. F.
The California Scholarship Federation is the organization sponsoring activity and
SALMAGUNDI CAFETERIA HELPERS
For those who enjoy good books. The crew that mans the cafeteria.
Those who admire French ideals and customs enter this organization.
G. A. A. GIRLS' RESERVES
Girls' athletic association. A branch of the Y. W. C. A,
' GOOD FORM
Club for girls teaching correct manners.
Helps needy families of the district.
Those who seat others in their right places.
Our school store keepers.
Sponsors better knowledge of Spanish speaking countries and Spanish ideals.
The modern woman at work.
HOOK AND CURVE
Those who would excel in shorthand.
Even Robin Hood must look to his laurels.
Terpsichore is rivaled here.
Feminine music from feminine hearts.
Aims for better cooperation and understanding between nations.
Producers of our school paper.
, PRINTERS, GUILD
For followers of Benjamin Franklin,s old trade.
Those who enjoy the advantages of the Girls' League Clubhouse.
Revival of Cicero, Virgil, and Caesar. as Proud Romans again hold sway.
Those who see what nature has in store.
Franklin scholarship society for students who have received four A's.
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Rorine Leidholt Iorie Caxeheer Ruth McMillan Dorothy Thompson Margaret Lyons
Second V. P., W'3l Presidenl, W'31 President, W'31 First V. P., S'31 Second V. P., S'31
First V. P., W'3l
Belty Toupx Sophie Cobb Dorothy lean lean Good Lenore Rutledge
Social Chr., W'3I Social Chr., S'3I Caldwell Secretzzry, W'3I Secretary, S'3I
Treaxurer, S '3 I
An organization that does much to promote cooperation among girl students is the
Girls' League. The membership of this organization includes all the girls in the school.
This organization is founded upon the underlying principle: to place relationships
between girls upon a friendlier basis, to Welcome incoming pupils, and to establish
worthy ideals. WL-ai
LEFT 'ro RIGHT, FIRST Row: D. Thompson, R. McMillan, I. Caseheer, D. Coldwell. SECOSD Row: S.
Cobb, R. Leidholl, M. L. Behymer, L. Hamilton, L, Rutledge, M. Lyons.
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Vice-Prefirfent Pl'C'.x'i!iL'7Zl Seeremry
T ig The newly organized Boys, League had to sail uncharted seas during this past
A semester at Franklin. Leaving the drydock early in February, no difficulties were en-
countered in the launching. After deciding upon a list of commanding olhcers the
1 Crew that manned the ship was picked in the form of various committee chairmen.
This group composed the Boys, League Cabinet. The shipls Hrst papers were drawn up
in the form of a Constitution, and by the beginning of March the vessel cleared the
harbor, and ventured out upon the mysterious Waters of the deep.
5 BOYS' LEAGUE CABINET 1
J LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: R. Rorlq, R. M. loner, V. P.,' L. Hood, Pres.,' Mr. Montgomery, Spo11so1',' I.
Lzzclqner, Sec.,' G. Nunn, M. Ariun, SECOND Row: fi. Tmzfis, K. While, T. Meyers, G. Limlalzf, C. Curtis,
A B. Lee, G. Higginf, W. loner.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: M. Sieiner, D. I. Caldwell, I. Casebeer, L. Tillery, T. Rice, V. P.,' L. Van
Meter, Pre5.,' G. Lindzzlzl, B. Madrling, Mr. Clemenxon, Aflzfiforj K. Dawes, G. Green. SECOND Row: R.
Ralffon, B. Way, G. N111111, B. Norris, T. Meyers, E. Perry, L. Hood, S. Cobb, K. White, THIRD ROW!
M. Ar1'ul1, M. Hilf, R. lanes, D. Tlzompson, E. Neipp, W. HH556Il'!Z', E. Gl,ll'II'17F1', O. Burrofz, W. Paine,
D. Gereelzt. '
Mrx. McFadden, Azizfisorg Kefmeffz W hire, Pl'f'5f1fl'l2i,' Mary Louife Helzymer, Vice-PresirIer1t,' Albert Tflllflvi,
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: 1. Grimth, M. Howlett, O. Peterson, L. Young, Mis: Ballon, f1lZI!i.f0l',' E.
Neipp, P1'c5.,' W. Colfcy, M. Tiplon, I. Sfczfcfis, D. Calriwcfl, L. Benflcfl, G. Irzcklin. SECOND Row: B, Way
' E. Martin, S. Martin, C. Wezwcr, F. Iennifzgx, H. Shaffer, G. I-Iigginx, D. Jlollcfl, C. Luezftke, C. Condon,
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: B. Way, L. lohnson, E. Baker, M. Miller, G. Iaelqlin, I. Anderson, V. P.,
Mrs. McCollom, Adaisorg E. Brauner, Pres., Y. Gardner, See., W. Bitlerolf, R. Goerz, K. Revo, B. Gold-
man. SECOND ROW: E. Rotlzlnlalt, I. Orsoline, C. Woods, L. Tag, H. Marlinez, S. Andrews, H. Apple-
ford, D. Gillespie, L. Biedermon, V. Wilson, P. Reid, M. Menard. THIRD Row: M. Bonino, Z. Campbell,
R. McClellan, P. Robnzan, G. Goldman, H. lames.
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Mrs. Trieb, .4fll'l50I',' Rmb McMillan, Presidentj Verna Boyd, Vice-President: Olga Barron, Seerelaryf
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LEFT TO RIGI'I'I', FIRST Row: L. Roclzoiz, R, Ioncx, M. Dzznam, V. P.,' S. Bcalfy, If. McAfIoo, M155 Dfrr,
1'1dl'iSUI" D. Mfxsir , Prnt: B. Allen, H. Bic ard, M. Watt, E. Smifh, P. MuC0mb. SECOND Row:
5335 E. .VL'N11Ily, B. Rzghtfr, R. Szznmzcrl, E. fildzs, C. Edflllllldf, C. Rrynzann, H. Merclmnl, D. Lewis,
M. Harris, H. AItICUI71b, R. McClf'Uf111, V. Fox, M. Mcfxlrlq, G. LC'072lIl'!17.
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7 LEET TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: C. Woodward, B. jones, L. Reynolds, F. Cumnmeh, B. Reiser, Miss Camp- .
bell, Adzfisorj K. Arieln, Mrs. Anderson, Advisor, I. Beck, M. Rippey, H. Skinner, M. Westhroolq, B.
Biekford. SECOND Row: A. Kanold, H. Wehlast, C. Linlq, G. Perry, M. Nielsen, C. Roberts, V. Boyd,
M. Woelfel, B. Norris, K. Kennedy, A. Tolquno, Graham. THIRD Row: I. Suhre, M. Harris, O.
Hzinfinglon, D. Wood, E. Pfrrzfis, E. Fisher, K. Toppero, M. Fares, L. Broadfznrst, M. Wright, M. Me-
Daniel, R. Morgan, M. Vick, H. Lyman, D. Cfziufozfieh, P. Hamiliolz.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: I. Shierry, I. lowes, A. Bislzop, I. Kornowslgi, T. Rice, Head, Mr. OIZEIII,
Advisor, H. Willifzms, V. P.,' S. Allen, See., H. Deon, D. Bflbbidge, B. Stevens, I. Kingry. SECOND Row:
53. E. Hines, B. Rosenfierg, l. Davidson, C. Fromliold, C. Bell, G. Higgins, G. Holcomlfe, R. Brown, R. I
Morrison, H. Pelerson, R. Miller, H. Townsend, I. Grijilh. THIRD Row: R. Iones, I. Woods, A. Barton,
C. Woods, P. Hylion, I. Wesfon, W. Hanlon, B. Sfionfean, H. Browning, W. Billerolf, A. Stefzd, R. Huff-
son, F. Beeson, F. Swisher, L. Sowers.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: I. Olizfer, E. LaLe1nne, Mgr.,' F. Rieeke. SECOND ROW: R. Thompson, M.
Standen, Asst. Mgr., Mr. Azkinson, Arluisorp R. Moser, A. Park, E. Canning.
LEFT 'ro RIGHT, FIRST Row: H. Wirlney, R. Gleeson, E. Arnold, C. Parlq. SECOND Row: R. Lomonueo,
W. Adams, G. Higgins, L. Mokryelqa, M. Harris, D. Sullivan, Pres.: Miss Merriam, Advisory C. Morrey,
E. Oates, N. Smith, R. MeC0wn, D. I. Caldwell. THIRD ROW: M. lolznson, L. Allen, E. Gordon, R.
Hansen, M. Tipton, R. Dunn, M. Kinser, E. Torres, M. Beelfe, A. Roselli, M. Howlett. FOURTH ROW:
A. Bishrop, F. Swisher, F. Iehino, H. Shllgff, K. Bezrlqer, H. Wliilalqe, A. Bursion, N. Pill, W. Cogey, E.
Weelqs, H. Goff, E. Mamlole, W. Bezbeoclq, G. laclqlin.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: K. Armn, B. Ioan, O. Barron, I. Snzztlz, I. Caxclveer, L. Van Meter, Mrf. 3553,
' Hagan, f11lz'i.forj L. Hamilton, E, Perry, SECOND Row: M. L. Relzymrr, D. Woofl, P. Loomis, R, Mc-
gf Millaa, G. Kelly, K. Rrao, I. Samlcy, W. Ha.v.fa1'1l, R. McClcllan, W. Williforzl.
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LEFT TO Rlczmg F1Rs'1' Row: L. Minion, E. Bl'lI1ll7t'7', R. Daaif, I. Grrf, D. Clar , V. Bfhflllllllll, M.
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Walsh, V, Mc.4r1lzm', fl. Parnzrlgc, M. R:clzara'.v, C. Rzzlenoar. SECOND Row: M. .XI!llf'l', M. .S11'zclflaml, ii
I. Haney, C. Me.f.f1'm1, M. Boccignonc, Soc. Cl1l'.,' I. Wlzillalqrr, V. P.: Alix: Graham, .flrlz'i5or,' F. Pralt, 4
Prey.: Donnell, Sec.: fl. Hale, T1'ca5.,' L. Collinx, V. Boyd, A. O'I.z'ary, P. Hill. THIRD Row: H.
Miller, 1. Saxellzy, M. Cone, A. Sonflzcr, E. Pyrllaf, M. Ma.fi11Iz'r, C. Lncrlfkr, G, Palma, L. Amlcrxon, L.
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M. Frmlz-m, R. Hllfon, D. Rater, D. fffliflif, A. Fcrran, 1. Camlfy, 0. Towns, D. Kragr, R. Corrs, D.
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I,EF'r T0 RIGHT, FIRST Row: D. Music , D. Caldwell, M. Miller, C. Luedr e, L. Rc Holds, . Caxebccr,
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R. McM1llfm, O. Barron, I. Hume , M. B0 le, G. Leonrzrzl, W. Haxxzzrd, . Martznson. SECOND Row: H.
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Wc'fvcf1', G. Muzr, S. Scfmlle, L. Woggy, Mus Romznger, .f-1dzf1.for,' Mrf. Trzeb, 1-1dLfzx0r,' E. Corns, V. Meek, L
H. Kingry, A. Snfley.
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S:'w'c'tur f-Ti'6tl5lll't'l' Admzlmrfd ,' Alice Huiicbull, Sccmiur1-T1'ra.f111'r1' I17ff'I'l71C'I1l.llfl' .
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Lum' To Rlczlrr. FIRST Row: H. flpplcfarzi, JI. Sffinrr, W. H11.m1r1i, I. Smitfz, D. Clzlrizvfll, Jlrf. CHIHMVI
,'4!27l'f50I',' T. PIll'l'lvi, Prcuxg I.. Tflzzf, JI. Hflf, I. .Sprm'cr, Smiffy, I.. Young, ll. Tipfon. SLCOND Row:
R. Lomomrm, L. Rriclqc, G. ffI'l'l'lIF, C. Stz'I1c', 1. S!'j'llI0!H', ll. AICCIIIIF, H. Clrwzlozz, E. Gordon, If. .Vor-
rison, li. Torrcf, A. Szzflfy, ll. Luflzl, I. H4-iriffzgcr, fl. 1..11'xo11, A. Rafrlli, lf. Iizzguriu. THIRD Row: E
Alzflx, Y. 1'Al'1'l't11'O, H. Sfzzlzfw, R. Hfllmi, C. WCtIl'l'I', C. SHIl'l'fl, G. Higgfnx, I.1lc'k11f1', Grijqlh, R.
HOZlLIl7!fCI', I. Rwfzfy, I. I0zc1f0w.vk1', R. flllfxon, E. WiNIfl'l', D. Iizrulll.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: W. lonex, W. Edmunds. SECOND Row: I. BNI!-L'l.L'!1, Mr. Haglzznfl, Azluisorg
A. Cnrlix, Mr. Iohnszon, Adoison' I. Handley.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: B. McConnell, R. Runrlazzo, C. Moozly, W. Kelly, W. lones, See., M.
Croelqwell, Pres.: Mr. Huglund, Adzfisorf I. Bl'LIl'CiCh, V. P.,' Arian, D. Diniux, I. NICQIIOZHZ, S. Carter.
SECOND ROW: C. Burronglz.r, W. KllIg517lll'y, T. Keillewell, F. BI't'l7!7l-tl, R. Slmllush, V. Lowe, 1. Doyle, C.
Gomez, T. Weldon, O. Devine, A. Lorenzo, I. Turner. THIRD Row: E. Hines, K. Murphy, S. Miller,
C. Penny, C. Herman, G. Brandt, H. Hord, E. Gross, K. Hayne, M. lvlatlzewson, M. Beaumont, W. Paz-
ierxon, D. Milano.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: I. Caldwell, M. Hill, R. McMillan, I. Caselvcer, O. Barron, Mix: Horlglqins
Advixorj I. Wright, L. Van Mc-fer, B. Toupx, K. Arizm, M. L. Behymrr, D. Thompson. SECOND Row
R. Ml1l'LCOfi, R. loncx, L. Rullczlge, G. Lyons, B. Lawrence, D. Kragf, E. Perry, R. Lcidholt, R. Beniclze
Nl. Lyozzf, S. Cobb.
SENIOR LATIN CLUB
LEFT 'ro RIGHT, FIRST Row: G. Goldbwg, G. Tlzozmzx, F. Wzzsxon, L. I-Iunfon, C. ,1'IfD0l16llI17, I. Alchley
I. K0l'lIOM!.frlQl, V. Lowe, R. Sfz'z'rn.f, 1. G1'fl75Il1, I. Caswell. SI-.COND Row: G. Grrrfzc, Szrllimuz, I"
Wood, Mr.-'. fgfllmil, A1lzfz'xo1',' D. Messick, C, Slater, Trans.: fl. Tnzzflf, I'rcs.,' A. Smiley, W. Hllxxarzl
V. P.,' T. Riff, W. Paine, E. Kccne, D, I. Coldwell. TI-HRD Row: C. Orlzlcr, I. Nfuizzx, D. Pllflihllfil
B. Rzlthcrjord, S. Colzlw, L. Thompson, C. Coldwell, H. Eslqrirlgc, R. Holllmrlcr, E. Gilmore, D. Buftliolo-
mew, I. lfixlq, I. R. Spencer, E. Golzlslfin, K. Kcfnncrly, E. Smiley. FOURTH Row: M. L. Bchymer,
Alqmzm, E. Rllfhlf, H. Nez'i1I,v, M. fkflrniclq, A. Rollrrlx, M. Al0I'l'lv.f, B. Boiler, I. Mariinfon, JI. Corel, E
If Loc, E. Roland, M. Tipfon, F. I-Iowzzrfl, R. Doolitllf, E. llulry, I. lozefoufflqi, E. I'z'cl'cz'.
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Trczz.vm'er,' Elizabeth Bmzmrr, SC'L'f'FfllI'y.
L+.:-'r T0 R1c:H'r. FIRST Row: Clarence Vernon. Sxcovn Row: D. IJz'll'O.ff0, Jylrf. Caffuzn, B. Hamziflf,
Mr. Bryan, f!1fzfz'xo1',' K. Barlqcr. THIRD Row: E. POILIIJIII, M. Robb, F. Ifnningx, C. LV00l27I4J6l1'!17, E.
I-Iurflzfwz, JI. Sfollrnberg. FOURTH Row: A. Kolh, P. IVoo1lzm1r1f, l'. Smzlrlnmn, C. Condon, H. fumes,
E. Smiffy, I. O'H1'z'rn.
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Major, W'31 I-Ima' of Unit Major, S'31
R. O. T. C.
An organization that holds much influence and importance in school life is the Re-
serve Ofhcers' Training Corps, which is of great value to Franklin. Its work as an aid to
boys in acquiring leadership ability and manliness of character, has been recognized
There are many forms of competition in R. O. T. C., activities between the com-
panies, and also between the individual members. In this organization boys may work
their way to the top rank, for there is always promotion awaiting those who show that
they can excel.
The unit had two companies: Company A and Company B. Company A was com-
posed of the old members of the unit, and was led by Captain Ted Myers. This semes,
ter it had three platoons. This is quite a record, as it usually has but two.
Company B, composed of the recruits, was a problem at the start of the term, but
under the direction of Captain Everett Mulconery, it was developed into a well-organized
At the annual honor school inspection, First Lieutenant Randall Careyis platoon
carried away first place in the competition.
Major Iohn Taft, who was in authority during the fall term, was relieved by Robert
Easton during the spring.
Major Wells has led the fellows for nine and one-half years, and by his fine quali-
ties of leadership, has raised this group from a small organization to the inHuential posi-
tion it now holds in school life.
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LEFT TO RIGI-IT, Fnzsr Row: Captain Smitlziex, Major Easton, Captain' C. Curtis, Captain Bitlgood. .
SECOND Row: First Lt, A. Curtis, First Lt. Fyke, Second Lt. Ripley, Captain Carey. THIRD Row:
Sergeant W asxotz, Sergeant Widney, Sergeant Salzwadel.
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R. O. T. C. BAND
Although small, the R. O. T. C. band is a highly organized group. It is directed by
Mr. Desire Gilson, who is known for his ability as a leader and an artist.
The band plays an important part in school activity, especially during the football
season, when many a team almost submerged by the tide of defeat, has been inspired
to make one last effort, to take a firmer grip on the wheel and steer to victory.
Besides the musical Work, the band is trained in military drill, riHe marksmanship,
and other regular subjects of the R. O. T. C. curriculum.
This group enjoys many social activities during the year.
The band also marched in the New Year's Day Parade at the Tournament of Roses,
and it played at several assemblies.
During the fall term, the course was set by Captain Earley Bixler, and while the
organization cruised through the balmy spring waters, Captain Rolland Thompson was
on the bridge.
FRONT: R. Thompson, Cuplailz. FIRST Row: C. Eyeriek, K. Iones, W. Gorez, S. Melz. SECOND Row:
I. lolznson, H. Splrrr, W. Grahm, S. Shock. THIRD Row: T. Prince, R. Spooner, Mr. Gilson, Direetorj
D. Ielfry, W. Barone. FOURTI-I ROW: I. K1'6lllE7', A. Slqriplqns, S. lrlelqsofz, C. Sweet. FIFTH Row: R.
Shafer, I. Loomis, H. Ferrell
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IFIQANKLIN ALMANACI 4
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Mr. Lopez Mr. Hes:
Mr. Ferrell Mr. Miller Mr. MeColl0rn Mr. Spangler
Six coaches led Franklin athletes through ups and downs to what was considered, on
the whole, as a fair year. Several teams, however, made good records.
p COACH LOPEZ
"Smiling Bi11,' Lopez, as head of the boys' physical education department, led a fine
set of young coaches this year. Coach Lopez also is head baseball coach. He is a man
who is respected by everyone under him, coaches and students alike. ,
Frank Hess, former football star of Colgate, proved his coaching ability and his power
to lead and develop boys, although his team made a poor showing.
, COACH SPANGLER
Iohn Spangler, a graduate of Occidental college, finds that class "B" football and
varsity track take most of his time. While at Occidental, he was captain of the football
team and a member of the American championship relay team. .
Orville Ferrell, a versatile member of the staff, completed his second year as coach
of the basketball, swimming, baseball and wrestling teams. Mr. Ferrell attended Oregon
Francis McCollom, smallest of the coaches, has earned a big place in athletics for the
fine showing made by his gym team. Coach McCollom is a graduate of Berkeley, where
he excelled in his line.
Rex Miller has a habit of making his class HC" football team win championships.
This year he won his third City championship in five years. At California, Coach Miller
won fame as a broad jumper, a high jumper and a fullback on the football team. He
was U.C.L.A.'s first track captain and president of the student body at the Berkeley insti-
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LEFT T0 RIGHT: D. Callan, B. Bertram, heady I. Mulligan.
Sports at Franklin, during the past year, were at a comparatively low ebb. However,
despite the scarcity of victories in most of the sports, enthusiasm of the students was
good, probably due to the efforts of the cheer kings, Booth Bertram, head, and his two
assistants, lim Mulligan and Don Callan.
The football season although unsuccessful as far as winning games is concerned,
proved successful to the yell leaders who led large crowds.
Basketball, a little more lucky than football, gained much student support. The
largest crowds ever, turned out to uphold the buff and blue. Brighter days are predicted
for the casaba squad, as a great improvement has been shown for the past two seasons.
Coach Spangler,s team of nineteen brawny and speedy track athletes ended a most
successful year by taking all but one meet and making a respectable showing in the
City, Southern California and State meets. Carter, in the shot, won the City, Southern
California and State titles, while Tuttle, in the high hurdles, nabbed a first in the City.
Although very successful in, dual meet competition, the Class B track squad did not
show to a good advantage in the City meet. Charles Penny proved the only outstanding
man from Franklin in this affair with a hrst and second respectively in the 100 and 220-
Class C track did not have a Hourishing year, with losses in all the dual meets. How-
ever, in the City meet, Peter Shinoda, bespectacled star, took first in the 50-yard dash.
The baseball team was not as successful as was first predicted and failed to win a
majority of its games. The squad had several outstanding players with nearly all return-
ing next year. Fair turnouts watched each encounter.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Ward, Dickson, Robison,
Nunn, Held, Mirehell, Watf, Arian, Ralston, Thompson. SEC-
oxo Row: Brennan, Carier, Daley, Woolridge, Iohnson, Ivy,
Allaire, Kozinslqy, Hanlon, MeMieheal. THIRD Row: Mc-
Klintock, Hampton, Hutchinson, Steaal, Shay, Norlhrnp,
Braieich, La France, Loomis, Greisinger, Crumley, Coach
Hess. FOURTH Row: Randazzo, Vanflegrift, Hard, Hieber,
Pozzo, MeKaIip, Linlq, Iaeolvy, Chambers, Mathewson,
Capt. Held half
It has been an old custom with Franklin foot-
ball Writers to over-rate the Panther varsity. The
season of 1930 was the exception. Franklin did
not bring home the much-talked-of "bacon," nor
did they win a single encounter, but the fellows
gave their best, and We owe them a vote of thanks,
and a pledge of our support when they dust off the
pigskin next fall.
In the First game in a newly organized league,
Belmont took advantage of an early lead and em-
erged victorious, with a 6-2 score. The Belmont
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thers, for they held like a brick wall whenever the
Franklin squad threatened to score.
A fumble on the kickoff and blocked punt of
Bob Held's paved the way for the Sentinel's lone
touchdown. In the last half, Belmont intentionally
allowed the Panthers to score a safety, this getting
Franklin out of a threatening position.
FRANKLIN VS, ROOSEVELT
Roosevelt played host to the Panthers in the sec-
ond game of the season and won by a 13-7 score.
Ramona was the power plant and race horse com-
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was responsible for most of the Rough Rider yard-
age. Allaire and Held worked together and an-
nexed a touchdown and a conversion, but the Weak
Panther line killed all hopes of turning several of
their threatening runs with points.
Franklin inaugurated its new turf Held by losing
the third tilt of the season to Hollywood, to the
tune of 13-0. The Panther line held in the First
three quarters of the game, and the outcome looked
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as if it would end in Franklinis favor, but a fumble
in the last quarter ended all such hopes. In a few
short moments Hollywood scored her thirteen
points and the gun sounded. another defeat for the
A moral victory was accorded.Franklin over
Lincoln, but a touchdown beats a moral victory
any day. That is where Lincoln got the jump on
the Panthers. Although Franklin did outplay, score
more yardage, and so forth, still the score at the
end of the game was Lincoln 7, Franklin 0.
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board looks when the team has lost that necessary
punch. This 19-0 score was the highest rung up
against Franklin during the entire season. The
old drive and punch seemed to have been left on
the. Franklin turf as a result of the Lincoln-Frank-
lin fracas, for certainly the squad brought none
along for the game with the Democrats. Kozinsky
and Allaire played Well, but not enough to change
the score. Before the game, Iefferson and Franklin
were rated even.
POLY ENDS SEASON
In the last game of the season the Fighting Pan-
ther bowed for the sixth time during the season,
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this time to the squabbing, biting, scratching par-
rot from Polytechnic. When the smoke of battle
cleared, the score read, Poly 9, Franklin O. A fum-
ble by the Panthers resulted in a safety during the
first period, which was followed by a touchdown,
and conversion, resulting in the 9 lone points of
the game. A last minute rally by Bob Held, pro-
vided many scares in the Poly rooting section, but
did not change the score.
Thus ended the unsuccessful l930 season for
Coach Hess and his footballers, which found Man-
ual, Fremont and Lincoln tied at the top of the
heap. Nothing but a good response to Coach
Hess' call for material and the cooperation of the
entire student body in the 1931 season will make a
different story for next year.
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Captain Ed Reynolds guided a varsity tennis team through a fairly good season which
brought out several good players, many of whom will return next season.
Aquatic aspirants were guided by the versatile Coach Ferrell. No outstanding marks
were registered in record times, although a good group of fellows turned out for the sport.
Captain Dick Iones had a good gym team behind him during the past year. Coach
McCollom knows how to instruct and has had a great deal of experience as he has been
a gym coach since his freshman year at college. Gym work is forcing its way into the
limelight in the pantheris lair. h
V Wrestling, although not an inter-scholastic sport, has grown popular quickly under
the tutelage of Coach Ferrell.
' Chemist Kindy gave his spare time in the afternoons to coach a team of five members
and followers of the business manls game of golf. The spirit of the team was ace high,
which accounted for many of their wins.
Players made it easier for their teams to win with good support and the encourage-
ment of their school mates and the backing of Mr. Montgomery, who was l00 per cent
behind all athletic events. A game won is easy to write up. A game lost takes pains.
This year we have tried to be truthful in our write ups. When a team deserved
praise, they received it, but far be it from our policy to declare that "large turnouts
cheered the team on to a moral victory," or "the men fought as madmen only to lose by
one point," when we know that we are not being sincere.
LONNIE Hoon, Sport Editor.
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LEFT TO RIGI-IT, FIRST Row: McCall, Randall, Bishop, Thir-
lqettle, Tyler, Captain Knowles, Reiclqe, Whitsell, D'Amico,
Edmanzls. SECOND Row: Trinlqy, Pauley, Hawks, Braicich,
McQziown, Epifanos, Easton, Hartnett, Morrey, Beach, La
France, Given. THIRD Row: French, Hennsley, Handley,
Sullivan, Silherstein, Gerry, Gantsche, Halliburton, Barns,
Collins, Nevins, Coach Spangler. FOURTH Row: Peterson,
Lasater, McMillan, Landreth, Mnrdoclq, Roberts, Cooper,
Benotte, Mclntyre, Powell, Yalla, Bishop.
CLASS B FOOTBALL
With only one win to their credit, Coach Spang-
leris class B footballers discarded their moleskins
last fall, ending an unsuccessful season.
Captain Knowles proved his ability and leader-
ship by playing his center position well.
Although lightweight teams have not won much
recognition at Benjamin Franklin, they have proven
the greatest benefit to the fellows in the "BH
division. Formerly fellows who were not large
enough to play on varsity teams, usually had an
afternoon of leisure in which they had nothing to
occupy their time. During their leisure hours many
of the fellows found it hard to walk the Mstraight
and narrowf' and often strayed. The teams for
the smaller fellows have solved this problem, much
to the satisfaction of pupils, teachers, parents, and
the community as a whole.
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Captain Lee, Shinoda, Deeelqen, Freeman, Shattuck. SECOND
ROW: Wyeof, Quinn, Stevens, Pillsbury, Dazxis, Dominic,
McCall, Ielzino, Enzerling, Izrstice, Cotrell. THIRD Row:
Rosenazier, Paz, Dean, Laelqner, Rippy, Iaelqson, Keating, af,
Moody, Haskins, Epzfanos, Coach Miller. FOURTH Row: sl
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CLASS C FOOTBALL
Coached by Rex Miller and captained by Paul
Lee, the Panther midgets won their third City
League championship in Hve years. Champion-
ships are getting to be a habit with Mr. Rex Miller,
coach, teacher, artist, et cetera, and he combines
each of these talents when he starts to Work on his
class C youngsters.
Although the midget squad lost one game, it
Won the coveted championship, for a defeat, and
a tie game marred its nearest rival's record.
Captain Paul Lee did outstanding Work on the
line at a wing position. He also carried the ball
on end runs, and displayed a "wicked foot" when
it came to punting.
Peter Shinoda, halfback, and Lonnie Mahan,
fullback, accounted for most of the team's yardage,
and each piled up his share of points. Shinoda was
not to be stopped when he got loose with the ball,
while Mahan was the power house of the squad,
and was deadly, especially with his tackles.
Most of the boys move up to the lightweight and
varsity squads for the 1931 season. Messrs. Spang-
ler and Hess should not be sorry, even a little bit.
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SECOND Row: lanes, Thomas, Sclzer, Lindahl, Woods, Carler, Grijith.
Coach Ferrell's varsity basketballers ended an unsuccessful season, by only taking
the first encounter from Fremont by a narrow margin. Each game provided many a thrill
for several were very closeg not close enough, however, to put a feather in the boys' bonnets.
Captain Zaven Iamentz filled his guard position in a big way, and together with
Snowden and Lindahl, gained many of the team's points.
This was Coach Ferrellis second year at Benjamin Franklin, and during that short
time he has produced some outstanding players. The school has been handicapped by
the lack of suitable material, for "big strong fellasn fail to appear for their basketball
Several members of the squad will return for next season, and it remains to be seen
what can be done when they meet their opponents on the hardwood courts.
Following is the score of the games played this year:
Franklin Manual , . . . ,... 32 Y
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Franklin Franklin . . . . . . 17 '
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LEFT 'ro Rlcslrr, FIRST Row: I. Doyle, E. Reylioldx, I. Deal, W. Babcock, T. Ksllfrzoell. Siicoxn Row:
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CLASS B BASKETBALL
Captain lerry Deal proved to be the outstanding player and point winner for the
Lightweight basketball squad during the past season. Tommy Kettlewell was the only
person who took the highpoint honors away from Deal in a single game, but the high-
point winning and the outstanding work of these two players did not quite make up
for the inability of the squad to win, which resulted in a cellar position for the Panthers.
CLASS C BASKETBALL
The Panther midget casabamen ended a most successful season in second place,
missing the City championship by only one game.
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Hart, Ivy, Moore, Hampton, Mgr.
A baseball team, composed of numerous lettermen, captained by Wayne McCue and
coached by Mr. Lopez, suffered several defeats during the past season at the hands of pill
chasers in the newly-organized league.
At the time this was written, Franklin had lost two games, one to Manual Arts, 12-3,
and the other to Fairfax, 10-2. In the first game the team, as a whole, did not play very
well, although some of the players did perform superbly. 'KDutch,' Moore hit a home run
for the Pantherites on his first trip to the plate. He also got another blow in the Manual
game and one in the Fairfax fracas, giving him an average of 370. The real hitting star,
however, for the Franklin squad was Captain Wayne McCue, who has played four years
in varsity competition. "Mac" got three safeties in the Manual encounter and two in the
game with Fairfax, to lead the league in hitting, with an average of .7l4, and seemed
headed for the batting championship and the coveted "Babe Ruth batf, given each year.
The Franklin team had several pitchers this year, chief of these being: Morberg,
lack Braicich, Robison, Link, Egan and Tuthill, all of whom gave service during the
season. First base was taken care of by Shiltz and Iones, both verv adept in the field, and
good at bat. Second was handled by Hanlon, a fair fielder and hitter. Gene Gerrie, at
shortstop, showed promise at times, and did some fine playing. The mainstay of the in-
field, however, was "Dutch', Moore, who was a tower of strength, both in fielding and
batting. The outer gardens were taken care of by several Helders of good ability and fair
hitting, chief of these being Ralston, Ierry Braicich, Hart, Carter, and LaPuma. VVhen
Captain McCue was not in the game, Evans, utility man, took up the duties behind the
Although the team was not successful as far as wins go, it looked very good in the
field n1OSt of the time. As a whole, it was a comparatively good hitting team, with weak
With the exception of Wayne McCue, most of the squad will be back, and will make
an experienced club for next year.
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National Orzitorfcul l71ifL'hEl'z1I1:l'1I7Z1Qfl'l1,l922 of Childzz-11's Stories
The old Alma Mater port, Benjamin Franklin, was in a gay mood February 23, for
sons and daughters, whom she had launched the year 1917. They returned to renew their
friendships with the teachers who had piloted them through the depths of education.
Those pilots and friends were proud to realize that many of the graduates were sailing
peacefully on the waves of prosperity. Although the day was warm and balmy, there
were many "minute squalls" from the addition to the crew that the years had brought.
The force of these usquallsw was abated in the nursery by Mrs. Griffin and pedagogical
In the morning an assembly was conducted by the president of the Alumni Associa-
tion, '6Chick,' Hill.
At noon these "old saltsu sat down together once again to a luncheon in the cafeteria
and later they danced.
It was discovered that many of the Alumni were filling interesting and important po-
sitions in the business world.
Harold Roberts is Director of the Department of Musical Organizations at the Uni-
versity of Southern California. His Golden State Band is famous throughout the state.
Don Tyler, winner of the national constitutional oratorical contest in 1924 who, since
his graduation from Franklin, has graduated from Occidental and has received his
LL.B. from Harvard, is now connected with Farris and Williainson, attorneys-at-law.
Bud Teachout is pitcher with the Chicago Cubs. Last year, his Hrst in the major
leagues, he had a fine average, winning nine games and losing four.
Helen Birdsall is attending U. S. C., and has been very successful in broadcasting
childrenls stories. At present she is publishing a book of children's stories.
Many other Franklinites, too numerous to mention, have done equally well. lncluded
in these are lack De Lara. U.S.C. tennis star, Kenneth Belknap, Fphebian president,
Mab'e Straub: L. A. Grand Opera singer, Harry Good. advertising and art work, Mary
Katherine Moore. new Mrs. Lawson, teacher at Frankling and Harold Hansen, history
teacher at Pasadena High.
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Proud rides the galley o'er the blue,
Cutting the liquid with its prow,
As on its marked course it glides
At solemn speed.
Great is the sail above the crew,
Before which canopy wind-gods bow
In deep humility, and move the ship
VVhere'er the need.
Colour, the ship's maiectic theme
Reveals itself in ev'ry line,
Barbaric beauty commands the whole
From stem to stern.
Movementg synchronizing gleam
Of oars in perfect time,
Dipping in the blue green sea-
Move the vessel as they churn.
The galley slowly sea-ward glides,
A floating hypocrite of wood
Masked by luring loveliness
It onward sails,
Hiding 'neath its painted sides
And gaudy, colored hood,
A core of hate and passion
'Flamed by Hails.
The rowers sit on crowded tiers
Nude, but for loincloth at the hips,
And push the mighty vessel on
With human might.
'Neath tropic sung 'neath haunting fears
Of cutting unrelentless whips
They struggle on, a sweating mass
In hopeless plight.
A cry goes up upon the deck-
Theifoe is cruising into sight!
Commands are sent to chain the slaves
"Let no one free," '
The slaves are chained, each one in check
The galley is prepared to fight,
And but awaits the onslaught of the foe
Upon the lee.
The two ships meet in fearful charge
Communing human Hesh with wood!
Commands are lost beneath the ding
The slaves drive on.
A heavy smoke creeps o'er the barge
As famished flames drive on for food,
Leap up and burn the sail and mast
'Till they are gone.
The slaves grow frantic in their chains
As crackling flames the nearer draw
And strike their chained comrades there
In endless row.
Each slave his shackle madly strains
He pulls until the flesh is raw-
To no avail-the flames prevail
And hotter grow.
The vessel sighs and slowly sinks,
Dark waves begin to wash the sides
That now encase a charnel pit of
The lash scream dies among the links
And over all a lull abides,
As with a heave the galley sinks
Into the gash.
'Hearts of oalg are our ships,
Gallant tar: are oar men."
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"Yes," meowed Kay Withrow, a would-be blonde, "I see he's been quite regular the
last two days."
Dorothy's eyebrows raised slightly, and she looked condescendingly at the others.
Who could tell the secrets that lay hidden in the depths of those light olive-brown eyes?
"VVell, maybe hels a friend of mine. How did you come out in History yesterday?"
"lust a minute before you change the subjectf' laughed Kay knowingly, "perhaps
you donit know that no girl in Central or vicinity has ever been able to really rate with
"Maybe," began Dorothy understandingly, "it was because they were-a-blonde is
it-P" she hesitated, "were blonde like some persons I know."
But Kay wasn't there any more, or would it be kinder to say that the first period
Two weeks passed, maybe it was three. Iack was still clipping quarters in fast time,
and still harmonizing on eucalyptus-lined boulevards.
Only one thing had lack worried. He had been talking to Len in the locker room.
"Too bad you fell for Dot Lawson," Len had said. "Don't you know that no fellow
has ever been able to rate with her, really?,'
Other things beside this statement, however, had given Iack cause for worry. Bud
Farns, over at Marshall, had been running away from all opposition, and was now men-
tioned in the papers as the outstanding prospect to capture the Conference quarter.
Two nights before the Conference meet Iack was feeling nervous and irritable. A
blaring radio, a crying baby brother, and the ever-present sound of dishes being washed,
finally drove him from the house, and soon the soothing strains of the symphony could
be heard as he proceeded down an eucalyptus-lined boulevard.
It was not long before he edged the symphony to a nervous stop in front of Dorothy's
Dorothy was more than surprised as she opened the door to Iack.
And Iack was more than surprised when he was introduced to Mr. Bud Farns of
Marshall, and at present the outstanding prospect in the Conference 440.
After Iack had calmly excused himself and rattled home amid clashes of symphonic
discord, he thought again of what Len had told him in the locker room. Evidently it
was one of her rules never to let any boy really rate her.
The day of the Conference meet gave promise of record-breaking times.
A cloud-flecked sky greeted the B.V.D. artists.
Iack nervously trotted up and down on the greensward that lined the track. He was
clad in the dark blue sweat clothes that Central so graciously presented to her aspiring
athletes. Iack glanced searchingly into the stands, his gaze roved over the expectant
mass of track enthusiasts. The stands were a riotous mass of color, with banners that
flapped in the breeze like shoots of flame. Wild-eyed groups of enthusiasts, prepdom
sportsters, here and there a peanut vender being alternately cheered, jeered. But Iack,s
gaze traveled on, and finally came to rest on an outstanding figure. Even in that mob,
he saw Doroth wave to Bud Farns over in the rou of Marshall tracksters.
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After what seemed to him an interminably long time, the 440 was announced. He
dolfed his sweat clothes and trotted as calml as he could to the startin marks. He
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both laughed. lack turned desperately to his marks.
A hush settled over the huge crowd as the starter called them to their marks-
And the breath-taking start as the sound of the pistol cut the air.
Iack held back from an insane impulse to speed up now, as they rounded the first
turn he was running easily in third place, Farns was leading. Now for the long drive
on the straightaway, where races are Won or lost. The man running beside lack dropped
back slightly. Farns was running on the inside, apparently enjoying setting the pace.
As they rounded the final turn, it was evident to the stands that the race was between
Iack and Farns. A roar greeted them as they pounded into the stretch. Iack's legs felt
like lead. The tape was now 15 yards away. Farns had a lead of three yards. Ten
yards, Farns, lead was now cut in twog 5 yards, and they were even. The burning sprint
had told, the tape fluttered to the ground as lack won by half a stride. Iack staggered off
the track. '4Congratulations,', gasped Bud Farns as lack swayed dizzily near him.
Wearily lack put out his hand.
"You clipped it in 49.6, a new Conference recordf,
Several hours had passed, the Conference meet was history.
"You stupid old boyf, Dorothy was saying, as they proceeded down an eucalyptus-
'KHOW did I know he was your cousin?" growled lack, selfrighteously.
A'You went and ran off before I could eXplain,', she laughed, 'Land don't be so cold,
itis getting chillyf,
"But I thought--U he stammered.
"What?" she demanded.
"Well, some of the other fellows said you didn't-"
'KOh,,' murmured Dorothy, making herself more comfortable, as lack drew her closer.
"There are exceptions to every rule."
The symphony was harmonizing perfectly as the moonbeams silvered the eucalyptus-
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