Fremont High School - Pathfinder Yearbook (Sunnyvale, CA)
- Class of 1946
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Associafed Sfudenfs of
A. C. Sfevens Jr.
ln 'rhe year of l945-46 The Palhfinder pauses lo
pay lribule 'ro our Principal A. C. Slrevens, Jr., who in
his fwo years of service has shown our school his
sincere and generous guidance. Al+hough he has
many responsibililies, he has never been loo busy 'ro
help a srudenl in need.
We wish lo express our sincere apprecialion To you,
Mr. Srevens, for your whole hearred supporl which
you have shown in inreresl of our school. I+ is because
of you +ha+ we loolc wirh pride upon 'rhe pas+ 'rwo years
and wi'rh hope foward rhe lulure.
E. Leslie Harriman
A. C. Sfevens, Jr.: A, T. King: Charles M, Meineclre
Board of Trusfees
The five frusfees of Fremonf Union l-ligh School
are elec+ed by fhe school dis+ric+. These men re-
ceive no compensa+ion for fheir many hours of com-
rnunify service. Through fheir generous efforlsi fhe
school has acquired many praclical facilifies, such
as fhe B-25, Linl: Trainer, and fhe lights for a loo+-
Lesler E, Bcclrs H, G ,J egr-er
A. C. Sfevens. Jr.
"Since wars begin in 'rhe minds of men, if is in fhe minds of men
Thar fhe defense of peace musf be consfrucfedf'
The class of '46 is fhe firsr class since l94l fha? is nor a "war class."
Yours is nof 'ro "Win 'rhe War" buf 'ro "Win The Peace." By pre-
paring for life you have ralcen lhe firsl sfep foward being able To
confribufe fo world peace.
Fremonf has fried fo give you an opporfunify +o lcnow yourself
fhrough many explorafory courses and experiences, and also lo lcnow
fhe ways and lives of ofhers. "Know yourself" and appreciafe your
fellowmen and we will be happy To leave fhe preservalion of peace
wifh you, who are represenraiive of rhe "capable crop graduaring
'rhroughoul our nafion 'rhis year.
You are gradualing, buf you are nor severing your connecrions
wifh Fremont We will be wa+ching you and cheering for you. as
we lcnow rhal' you will confinue fo worlr for lhe besl inferesf of your
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ALEXANDER WINIFRED COOMB EMlLE J. CORBOLINE, EDWARD C. CCRNELL
DOROTHY A. GENE DORANS DOROTHY DOSSLE CLAUDE FLOCK
EARL GOODELL CAMELIA A. HAUCK PHIL JOHNSON RALPH D. KELLEY
MERRILL KNIGHTON JEANETTE LOI-ISE MARTIN MATHIESEN MAY I-I, MORRISON
JEFFERSON MULKEY FERN SHANK AUDREY SMITH JOAN E. TAYLQR
HARRY RQIWIGG LUELLA WIENS RQBERT J. WILL
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S'ruden'r Body Cfficers
JEAN ELLIS PATRICIA BROWN
.llMMY JOHNSON JON MlNTZ
Fall Yell Leader SDUPQ Yell Leader
SYLVIA SWANSON JACK MILLER
Gifls' League Pres. Boys' Loaquc Pros.
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Back Row: C, Greshman: F. Mesa: J. Minrz: D. Fallon' J. Miller' D. Russell' H. Marchelli' P, Gilovich: A. Recd: J
Third Row: B. Spolyer' S. Swarson' N. Boll' W. Kelfnef' L. Johrson' G. Andersen- J. Johnson' N. Elberl' J. Ellis
R. Wheeler: Mr. J. Mullcey.
Second Row: J. Hidalgo: C. Holloway' M, Schoppe' P. Brown' F. Castello' Miss W, Coomb J. Therlrildson- N
Dozierp A. Poso' C. Abinanle' J, Elliot:
Fronf Row: E. Munor' L, Wesf' G. Ravizza' R. Rach' S. Can'cr" E. Gm'-Sha"
There are fhirfy-four members ol The Sfudenl Council. The ohficers are The same
as Those of lhe Sludenl Body. The members ar eilher voled info lhe Sfudenl Council
or appoinled by The Sludenf Body President The purpose ol 'rhis orqanizahon is lo
discuss school affairs and malce decisions concerning school aclivilies.
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Senior Class Officers
Tlue Senior Class luas fo flueir credif suclu successful ac-
fivifies as flue Senior Play, flue Senior Assembly, Bunny
Bounce, flue frip fo Yosemife, and flue Senior Ball, Tlue
frip fo Yosemile was flue firsf falen by graduafinq seniors
from Frernonf since flue war began, Tlue Seniors foolc
flueir frip over flue Memorial Day luoliday.
Tlue officers are: Anfon Jeleslro, Presideruf ,Jack Miller,
Vice Presidenf, Eleanor Abrew, Secrefary, Lorraine Nel-
sen, Treasurer. Tlue advisers are: Mr. Mullcey. Mr. Twiqg,
and Mrs. Wilson.
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DOLORES CORRAL BEATRICE COSTA NORMAN DAMICO PETE DEJEA-
LEONARD DePALMA BETTY DUNN CHESTER ELLIOTT
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JEAN ELLIS ROCCO FURIA ANG-ELINA GALLO
ANNABELLE GALYEAN LAURA GARCIA MARIAN GILOVICH CONRAD GRESHAM
WALLACE MACIEL BILL MEARS Si-HRLEY ANN MEYER
MARY LOU TONE ILA VAN LEUWEN
E Hold That Pose!
RUBYHFIELD The senior class of l946
wishes 'ro extend its sincere
sympathy in honor of Thomas
Graduates Without Pictures
JOHN CABRAL TOM DAILEY - CLARENCE FIEHMAN
NANCY MAPLESON CHARLES UYEDA JEANIE WAT NABE
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Abrew-My nalural. black curly hair 'ro Sally Jo.
Andersen-My nafural blonde hair lo Jean Bunnell.
Anderson-My seal' in Journalism 'ro any boy who can sland so many girls in one
Bailey-My seal in Sr. Problems fo any Junior who will enjoy il as much as I did
Barg-My asfounding abilily lo gel F's lo Peler Mesa.
Basfemeyer-My quiel nafure fo Jimmie Myers.
Beffencourl-My beard lo Mr. Will lo malch his mouslache.
Billalba-My big brown eyes 'ro Mary Padilla so she can see more ol Georgie
Bodganovich-My heighl lo Don Jepson.
Brown-My seal in Aeronaulics lo any girl silly enough lo wanf if.
Bufler-My long linger nails 'ro Ruby Lloyd.
Campos-My new car lo Manuel Valverde.
Canlon-My abilily lo play lhe saxaphone 'ro Vic Castello.
Chilibis-My Teddy bear swealer lo Mr. Kelley.
Corralhlvly abilily 'ro run 'rhe mimeograph fo any girl in Ollice Praclice in '47
Cosla-My long beaufiful eyelashes 'ro Jackie Sfoneberger.
Damico-My beaulilul wavy hair 'lo Glenn Foreman.
Deiea-My enioymenl of my Senior year lo Bob Rico, who missed ir.
DePalma-My abilify lo gel in and ou? of Trouble lo my brolher Vincenl.
Dunn-All of my freckles To Carmen Can'ron's few.
Ellis-My abilily lo complele 'rhe minules al a maximum of 2 seconds belore
Fifield-My self-confrol 'ro Edna Link.
Furia-My heighl and weighl 'ro Anlhony Dilommaso.
Gallo-My-quiel nafure +o Mary Casfognola.
Galyean-My 6" block +o Eddie Munoz.
Garcia-My rowdiness lo anyone who is quiel.
Gilovich-My unlorfunale inabilily To do mafhemalics fo Mr. Goodell.
Gresham-Oscar lo Pal Wrighl.
Griialva-My long eyelashes 'ro anyone who uses lalse ones.
Hachen-My speaking abilily fo Hank Marcheffi.
Halslead-My sporls abilily to Gloria Peasley.
Harrell-My dimple 'ro Jackie Lutwilze.
Holloway-My "hubba-hubba" figure fo Elsie McCain.
Holloway-My bollle of peroxide lo Francis Caslello.
l-lube-rl-My make-up 'ro Angela Cassulo.
llo-My quielness lo Pafly Take-la.
Jelesko-My headaches as Senior Class presidenl 'ro my successor.
Johnson-My muscles lo Gerry Wren.
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J. Krumpolich-My abilily in sporls lo my brolher, Bob.
R. Lara-My black hair to Barry Andersen.
gb Q9 V. Machado-My abilily 'ro sland alone lo lhe nexl presidenl s gir
O' W. Maciel-4My mischievous nalure lo Elmer Silvera.
N. Maplesden-My poison oak lo Bill Gersl,
W Kellner M abilily +o ditch class and gel away with i+ lo Ronnie Swanson
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L. Marinello-My well-developed personalily To Jean Colendich.
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S. Marlin-Anyfhing I have 'ro anybody who needs if more Ihan I do.
. McRae-My whiskers fo Bill Spolyar.
B. Mears-My lazineess and abilify To fool 'rhe feachers ro Don Weffersfrom.
S. Meyer-Ml Soufhern accenr fo 'Ihose who 'Fake Iheirs.
J. Miller-My ambifious nafure Io any "eager Beaver" in ihe remedial classes of '47.
M. Miller-My Ihick blonde hair 'ro Dorolhy Rodriquez.
Munoz-My abilify To iifferbug fo anyone who loves 'ro wallz.
. Neff-My mafh abilify Io Pauline Rodoni.
L. Nelsen-My abilify in math 'ro Dori Paffon.
. Nelson-My figure fo Vyvefle Shouse.
L. Nesbil-My heighl and physique Io George Giraldes.
M. Nichols-My yo-yo To Avery Helmulh.
J. Pasquali-My excellenf ability 'ro Iranslafe shorlhand fo Pal Holmes.
R. Perez-My long finger nails 'ro Miss Coomb.
E. Peverill-My inlelligence as a Senior fo Sarah Vifale.
Phelan-5500.00 'ro Milan Soso for dancing lessons from Arfhur Murray.
Ponce-M abilif +0 Ia Iennis To Kafherine Abinanle.
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R. Rach-My brain ro anyone who can use nl.
T. Ramos-My dancing abilily Io Tony Romero.
. Ravizza-My abilify fo ge? ofher people 'ro do work Io my successor.
A. Reed-My membership in Ihe "Lonely Hearfs Club" fo Norman Ensminger.
R. Rogers-My small amounl of knowledge abouf chemical equafions Io Prof. R. J
D. Russell-My dancing abilify Io Deloris Webb.
E. Salazar-My long finger nails 'ro Lucille DiLeonardo.
M. Schoppe-My headache powders fo nexl year's annual sfaff.
V. Serafine-My afhlefic abilify +o Carol Simms.
Spolyar-My unpredicfable Iemperamenl Io Ronnie Gresham.
D. Sfevens-My liffle black book land i'r's a killerl 'ro Freshman Ronald Bunfon.
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Sfollenwerk M bi reen comb and shined shoes Io John Barsky
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Swanson-My unique abilify fo prounce words fo nexf year's Girls' League prexy.
Takefa-My 'Iyping abilily +o Mr. Mulkey.
. Uyeda-My abilify in sporfs fo Minoru Ando.
Van Leuwen-My 'rrials of edilorship 'ro nexf year's edifor of Ihe Chief.
. Vasquez-My dancing abilify fo Donna Kirkpafrick.
Velasquez-My forehand and backhand Io Jerry Grissom.
Vernon-My I-A drafl card +o Mr. Mulkey.
Vicenfe-My curly hair fo Silvio Borello.
. War-ldinqlon-My dimples and personalify fo Philip Belfencourf.
Wafonabe-My abiIi+y in English fo Happy Takela.
Wheeler-My freckles and brown hair 'ro Dick Gracia who likes iusf 'rhe opposife.
Wiley-My abilifylro pass nofes in Sr. Problems Io Marjorie Korfrighf.
Zweigle-My long hair Io Carol Warburfon. s
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Junior Class Officers
Under The guidance oT The class advisers, The Juniors
puT over Three main evenTs OT The year wiTh qreaf suc-
cess. The TirsT was The Junior Assembly. Then camo
Their play. The play, 'lfxnd Came The Spring," was qiven
on April 26. Mr. Twigq was The play adviser. The Junior-
Senior Prom climaxed The class acTiviTies. IT was held on
May 3 in The school gym.
The oTTicers are: Henry MarcheTTi, PresidenT: PeTer
Mesa, Vice Presidenfg Joann Therlcildsen, SecerTary7 Jim'
mie Meyers. Treasurer: LesTer Breeding, Social Manager:
and Danford Perusina, Sgt-aT-Arms. The advisers are
Miss Taylor, Miss Wiens, Mr. Windsor, and Mr. Kelley.
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Sophomore Class Officers
The highly successful "Soph Hop" was a crowning
achievemenl' for fhe class of '48, If was held in lhe
school gym on March 8. The rheme was Sf. Palriclrs Day.
Brighfly colored ballons. green shamroclcs, and a caslle
in lhe cenfer of The room were parf of ihe decoralions.
The officers are: Ronald Gresham, President Diclc
Gracia, Vice President Lavelle West Secrelaryi Waller
Gilbrech, Treasurer: and Mabel Capifola, Social Manager.
The advisors are: Miss Coomb, Miss Czerny, Miss Dossee,
Mr. Floclc, and Miss Morrison.
Fourih Row, L. fo R.: W. Glloreclr V.
Depa 'wa M. Cardoza J. Aviia A. Gar-
cia, P. Gila-dar C. Ecrer' M. Cacerefb
M. Caoe 'O N, Chca'e M. Edwards.
Third Row: J. A arccf' G, Frrch N, Bar
M. Grearharr' L. Ade"'a" A. A'or'o:
C. Bezxer M. GHe+fe E. Bache or T.
Gambe L. Far'is E. Giavrezirioi L
Barrhoiai, Second Row: M. Chires C.
Ciausias M, Capitoia, G. Dam Miss.
Coorrb D. Boreo C. Berrrai E. Basree
rrreyer P. Brad ey L. Garcia. Firsf Row:
M. Ba ga R. Bassar-na S, Fisher D.
Eciriufd J. Cove, F. Arwrrelio D. Dieh,
Fourih Row, L. io R.: R. Gresham, D.
Lee, D, Lee, B. Meachem, B. Krumporich
H. Herman G. Grissom, T. Mclrrfosh, S.
Grce B. Me"o D. Gracia, M. Mlrara,
Third Row: MIss Dossee D. Mahoney L.
Moreno D, Kirkparrick E. Maqee L.Johrr-
son. M, Ynqraham, L. Kaebler, R. Hai-
sread S. Monahan, F. Morris R, Gri-
ialva, M. McDonald. B. Harmon. Second
Row: D. Gordon L, Morarsune B. Ishi-
marsu B. Lyor's H. Vo M. irrouye, R.
Johmsor D. Hearh. L. Heaphy J. Hoi'
man B. Lee T. Harfieid F. Grazia. Firsr
Row: E. Lindfali V. Griiaiva G. lrrroira-
wa. R. Mlies B. Mahre, D. Jepson, M,
Hiquchi E. Munoz, B. lchilrawa.
Fifih Row, L. fo R.: A. Taddei W
Sarrrrer L, Neisorw R. Wrlqhf J. Garcia
B. Terre' H. Pryor L. Farris M, Mar'1
J. Hfirewa. Fourih Row: M. perrv F
Seqwa M. Rose, B. Schessiar C. Var
derbeeir, B. Padma V. Shoose J. Sha
B. Ross M. Waifirr S. Ohrr D. Webbe
H, Take?a.Third Row: M. Poerf N. Wag
ner L. Wes' P. Tracy D. Wirsorr A
Sasoa T. Uiricr' G. Murdock T. Yqiesias
W. S'ou' B. Swarrsorr P. Safazar J
Arrfera R. Shoose. Second Row: S
Tsuchi'wo'c T. Yarruii M. Sagara D
Tranrer C. Rhodes, S. R1voFa C. Phipps
M. Yqiesias F. Weirrspfennlr-.q N. Ta
moyo. B. Ray, N. Srewad, A, Ramirez
V. Saiazar. Firsf Row: J. Jamison, C
Valverde, K, Simpkins J. Hansen, T
Romero, C. Smifh, C. Goss, G. Sfolien
Freshman Class Officers
Having as a moffo rne developmenf of class and school
spiril by encouraging individual and group parliciparion
in all school acrivifies, lhe class of '49 glided fhrough
successful season under The guidance of Lee Herron as
president They had a very successful assembly program
a parfy, and a dance.
The officers are: Lee l-lerion, Presidenl, Norma Elberl
Vice President Pal Ellis, Secrelaryy Eorresf Wong Treas
urerg and Barbara Robinson, Social Chairman. The ad
yisers are: Miss Hauclc, Mr, Malhiesen, Mr. Will Mrs
Achelpohl, and Mrs. Shank.
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Campbell Varsuly Foorball Here Frosh Froluc un The Gym
lars 'ry Foolball al Sanla Clara
Vars fy Foofbalu al' Gulroy
Varsuly Foolball af Los Gales
Gurls Ba lcefball Spread un 'rhe Cafelerua
Varsuly Foolball al Washunglon Sadue Hawlrun Dance
Ml Vuew Varusfy Foolball Here
Luons Club Foofball Dunner
Mu' Vuew Baslrelball Here
Chruslmas Program Elemenlary Chrusfmas Parly
Chrus+mas Ball un +he Gym
Baslrelball al Campbell Chru lmas Vacahon Beguns
End of Chrusfmas Vacaruon
Los Gafos Baslcefball Here
Sfudenf Body Elecluons
Senuor Play A Luflle Honey
Second Semesrer Begurs
Baskelball al Washunglon
Gurls LeagJe Parry for Fre hman Gurls
Clara Ba lrelball Here Dance Laler
Frosh lnufuafuon Sanra
Washungfon s Burlhday
Baseball and Tennus af L ve Oak
Baseball al Los Gafos
End of Th rd uarler
Campbell Baseball nd Tennus He e Qpen House
Work Day Senuor Bunny Bounce
Sprung Vacaluon Beguns
Sprung Vacaluon Ends
Ml V ew Baseball and Tennus Here
Junuor Play And Then Came Sprung
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Hachen B Lyons N. Sfewarf. F. Gracia.
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Beal Row D Elrlund, G. Ravizzo. E. McGee, W. Sanner A. Reed G. Andersen
J Johnson R Rach, J. Tanous. Second Row: E. Abrew P. Brown L Calhoun F
Yglesias Mrs L Wilson. J. Frembling. J. Silva, D. Rodrigues, M. Wallin, M. Schoppe
Fronf Row Miss D. Dossee, H. Mafsuura, S. Rivola, D. Gordon L. DiLeonardo A
The purpose of This organizafion is fo fosfer a higher slandard of scholarship and
broader ideals of service on fhe parf of 'rhe sfudenfs of Fremont lf encourages all
sfudenfs fo develop 'rheir 'ralenfs and abililies To The ufmosr. To become a member. a
sfudenf mus+ have earned a 'rofal of 'ren poinfs during fhe preceding semesier. eighi
of which musf be for high grades. An "A" is equivalenf +o Three poinrs, and a "B" is
worih one. Sfudenls who succeed in earning chapfer membership for six semesfers
including one semesfer of +he lasf year. are awarded 'rhe chapfer Seal of 'rhe CSF.
all honors connecled wifh if, and are lcnown as lile members.
The worlc of 'rhis commiffee is fo decide how, when, where. and by whom social
evenfs will be given. This commiffee vores upon fhe applicafion filled our by 'rhe or-
ganizafion and decides whefher or noi if will be allowed fo give 'rhe social even'r. One
member is elecfed by each class +o be on ihe Social Commiflee. The Social Manager
of +he S+udenf Body is elecied by 'rhe Sfudenf Body.
Back Row: B. Spolyar, Miss W. Coomb, M. Capfiola. Front Row: Mr. J. Mullrey.
R, Wheeler, L. Breeding, B. Robinson.
Back Row: N.
Therlrildson Service' R. Rogers Adverfising' J. Ellis. Welfare' R Wheeler Soca
Under The successful leadership of ils officers and adviser, fhe Girls' League had a
busy year. For The Sludenl' Body, The girls held a Sadie Hawkins dance. The Morhers'
Day Tea, and The receplion Tor The Freshman girls were 'rwo high poinrs on 'rheir
calendar. The girls also sponsored The War Chesl and orher parriofic drives. The
purpose oi The Girls' league is To organize The girls for social and service acfiviries.
This organizafion gives The girls oi Fremonr an opporlunily 'ro learn ro cooperafe and
lalce responsibiliries. All girls who hold a srudenl body card belong 'ro This organizarion.
The purpose of The Boys' League is To organize The boys of Fremonl' and give Them
an oppor+uni'ry 'ro develop habirs of cooperaiion and leadership. They did a very good
job of This wi+h Jaclc Miller as Their president They gave us some good speakers and
also five Tull-lengfh moving picfures. In February They held a slcafing parly in San
Jose which was a huge success. The only requiremenf for membership is rhal he musl
be a sludenr al Fremonl.
Ensminger, Secrelary: J. Miller, President Froni Row: F. Cap-
G. Wren, Vice President: A. Jeleslro, Sql,-ar-Arms.
Back Row: G. Meacham, Vice President' E, Ponce. Sec Treas S Swanson
Presidenl: M. Schcppe, l-lospifalify, L, DiLecnardo, Arhlefc Fron Row
Beck Row: B. Spolyar. P. Brown, W. Kelfner, R. Roqers, H. Chilibis, M. Tone,
V. Wiley. Fronf'Row: B. Dunn J. Ellis, I, Van Leuwen, L. Nelsen. M. Schoppe, D.
Back Row: A. Reed. B. Spolyar, D. Russell, J. Miller, R. Furla, E, Phelan. Fronf
Row: L. Nesbil, T. Ramos. H. Marchetti, N. Damico. G. Ravizza. R. Rach, G.
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Back Row L Garcia. A. Galyean, Miss T. Alexander, G. Andersen, M. Schoppe.
Fronf Row B Dunn. E. Velasquez, H. Mafsuura.
GIRLS' BLOCK F
The main aim of fhis organizafion is 'ro promofe afhlelics among girls and fo achieve
a high slandard of afhlefics. Some of fhe acfivifies sponsored by 'rhe Block F were
Pom Poms for games, serving fhe foofball feam. The yearly dance and full manage-
menf of a Spring Play Day. To be a member. one musf earn I5O poinfs for a bloclc.
The block is earned by parficipafing in school sporfs and playdays wilh ofher schools.
BOYS' BLOCK F
The aim of fhis organizafion is To organize +he boy afhlefies of Fremonl info an
afhlefic sociefy. The Block F was behind all boys' afhle+ic games, a program for +he
sfudenf body and a Block F picnic. Membership 'ro 'rhe Block F Socieiy may be ob-
tained by firsf obfaining fhe scholaslic requiremenls laid down and lhen by parlici-
paling in 'rhe specified number of afhlelic confesfs necessary fo earn a block.
Back Row: P. Mesa, R. Furia. J. Minfz, A. Jelesko. J. Miller, D. Russell G
Marlin, N. Ensminger, F. Caperello. Second Row: P. Deiea, M. Caperello B
Meacham, R. Swanson, H. Marchalfi. J. Breeding, C. Jaslrson, D. Lee, L Breed
ing. L. Wesf. Fronl' Row: G. Wren T. Ramos, E. Silvera, N. Wagner.
Associale Ediror ,,,,,
Ari Edifor, ,,,,,A, ,,
Assisfanl A,,,, ,
, Don Pafron
Plnolograplwy Edifor. .,., , ,, Monie Poen
Girls' Sporls Edirorn ,
Boys' Sporls Edifor
,, Bill Spolyar
Miss J. E. Taylor
Pliofograplny Advisor Mr. J. Windsor
We wislw fo llianlc 'rlwe Plwoiograplwy Class for
Back Row: D, Rodrigues, R. Rogers, F. Yglesias M Rannals B Spolyar D Pa on
-an-. . --.V
E. Giannecchini, V. Wiley, M. Caviglia. Second Row A Sanchez M Sclwoppe J
Sfoneberger, M. Parker, M. Maas, V. Machado F C aaa Ellis Froni Row W
Kelinev P. Ellis, L. Johnson.
Back Row: V. Wiley, M. Tone, Mr. H. Twiqq, M. Rannals. S, Pritchard, R. Furia. A. Reed, A. Poso.
Fronf Row: R. Perez, L. Garcia. C. Warburlon, J. Colendich, B. Ishimalsu, I. Van Leuwen, E. Abrew.
Co-Edilors. . .. . .... . lla Van Lewuen
Exchange Edifor . Marylou Tone
Business Manager ,Eva Salazar
Facully Advisor ,. ...... Mr. Harry Twigq
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'Mom' DOWNS vannmo' V FREMUNT INDIANS' Wm" . fm I-allele defeats'
E was 19 To 0 Iramiosr :Nouns 1 IN CLOSING Mmvms Late college msxeruni
The Fremont varsity out passed
ut.-ran, and out scored the Vallejo
blers in a. practice game
October 26, on the home
a. score of 19 to 0. The Indi
entire game, s
second, and fou
once did the
defense stopped mov
GAME I8 T0 6
The Fremont Indians went down
before a heavier, reserve-deep
last Fri "'
' October 5, at
g'?Hif1g game of
this practice tilt,
team showed a spirit and
that promises to mold them
a dangerous outfit in the S.C.
this year. The Fremont boys
the first time they got their
on the ball for offensive
at the line of P 5.
Well exerted 'aid coach Emile Corboline. "VVe
up the first sf fby piac X 't have the ball very much.
Indians inside ,Vallejo 10- r offense was able to move
line. The tou followed a first game the boys
the first seri Wns. pl ' V Q 'onally well. We used
The second chance fol- the ' ' " 'Nd the Notre
Q ed a .blocked Vallejo punt which I Dame Style U1 530011 Pf-
f Jackson recovered on the fcct. I hope to ore snag to
ve-yard line. From there the In- WUT Play? UUS ,Y v-'hen
scored in three thrusts at ,play Cainpiir-il hex ri e
line. The conversion on a quar-
sneak was good. Score-
0 as the half ended.
third quarter was played on
even terms with the Indians
a slight edge. Then, in the
quarter, Coach Corboline's
launched a sustained 50-
drive to the final score. Short
and a well chosen assort-
look good in this final
running of Ray Texiera i but a
Jer "-' were outsta.nding.',dI'iVe.
.un I November 2, Fre-5 when
ii 10"-9' , to GUTOY fOr theistanding
lea it e of the seasongboxine Said,
old Mtg View To
oreless Tie '
The Fremont Indians closed
eir 1945 .football season Friday,
ov. 30, by playing a hard-fought
thing-to-nothing contest against
r traditional rivals, Mountain
of running plays made thef
,out in the line, but I
and attitude of this
is Very gnodf
against San' Mu
i perello and
.a big help and
team played as a unit. I
of the boys' spirit and team
and glad that they broke in
VUH column They nc edui
Fremont draws a bye in thi
,days Schedule. but Coach C
line is hoping to line up a practical
xlgame rather than have his boys
idle for a. two-week pei-md.
In the closlTgT'niinutes of play
ew. In the fin-it ha1f.Mountainln-emonc took the ban on the'
w threatened to score on a pass
r the Indians' goal line, but the
was intercepted by Pete Mesa
went to Fremont on the 20-
second half was played in
View territory entirely.
own 30-yard line, but- the
to capitalize on this set-up.
put together a sustained, ot-
onoe did the Eagles get past it
lacked the offensive
teams played a ruggedfde-
game, but neither
,Mountain View 25-yard line and-
ilaunched a last-minute drive with
ix running plays and passes, but the
fgun sounded with the ball on the
T 15-yard ll
' This second consecutive
iyear that Indians and the
Eagles hai layed a 0-to-0 tie
game. Wltl. t of his hackfield
and a part s line returning
next year, Emile Corboline,
hopes to br e long-standing
jinx that Mountain View holds
over the Fremont grldders.
nnor FIRST r 1
Mmm In a Henna Inger :mum me ff: 3,332 in the fm'
Fremont Indians defeated the Sparked by Forward
Santa. Clara Panthers Friday tti the San Jose quintl
night at Santa Clara by a score
of 6 to 0. In the clasing minutes
lot' the fourth quarter Fremont
' started from mid-field and mardhed
'to a touchdown. First, a 15-yard
pass, then two more for 8 and 15
'put tne ball on Santa Clara's nine-
jyaifi stripe. A plunge through the
fmnidle added three.
The climax and payoff came on
a short pass just over the goal line
gfrom Pete Mesa to Norman Ens-
minger. The conversion f '
less than 30 seco
game was over.
' Jerry W
lcams I0 use
105431946 iooiball. V
An hours-long SPsS1Ur1
sentatlvcs of the pro facti
ihumped mr use of the 10
l,.,-M535 March 15---Fremont
Live Oak, Los Gatos at San Jose,
Mt. View at Santa Clara. Wa-Shins
ton at Campbell. .
Thursday, March 21 --Washing'
ton at Fremont, Campbell at sa'
Jose Tech, Santa Clara at Los Ga'
tos, Live Oak at Mt. View.
Thursday, March 28-San Jos:
Tech at Fremont, Los Gatos a
Lyle Oak, Mt. View at Washington
a staleniaie yesterday after repre-limi
3,000-ca,.'z-on the undeieai
'ght 1812 sirug l
Volise-um commission members '02mt fe
finally tossed in the towel. M8504 v'!an a lam COUHW
for a two-weeks' thinking period - MEN"
. -. - . , a
beinre dishinx out a verdict. ELO' C atm 'll-"niet Y'
uf im umneis leo
:contest except fo
uns at the start At one
I held an 88
sparked by Jerry Hama
ll scoxc to 1815 at h
The game ended with Pa
pering the basket
,mrsdayy April I-Fremonlfnnxloxr wnnsnmns Lose
Gat Li Oak n Sa E Myron wrrn-
os' ve a AN Josl: mon
9 Tech at Washington. Coach Emile Corboline's grunt
hursday, April 11-Campbelild twist boys Save 9' good 59"
ra, Mt. View at Campbell,
emont, Santa Clara at WVa,shi,unt of tuemselvw 389-m3t S3-ll
, Los Gatos at Mt. View, PS0 High Monday 9-fWm00111 JI-n.
e at Live Oak. L when they Won ffm! llmtclwl
ursday, April 25-Fremontlt of the 11 bout-5 HM held the
. View, Live Oak at Campljsitom to 9' 24 U0 17 5001?-
mngton at Los caros, Sa 0'-lmmding Wrestler 01' the wr-
ra at Sannlose Tech. m is Albert Waddm8t0'L 133'
ursday' May 1-Fremontound Fremont athlete, who has
ta Clara, Mt. View at San Jet fo lose 3 match this 5035011
h Los Gatos at Campbell, Yvzvaddmgton has Won foul' fa-U5 3-Hd
ne decision out of his five trips
o the mat.
bouts are held each week in
enter of the Fremont
Fremont and Mountain View will
imeet on Fremont field this after-
tgnoon at two o'clodt for the last
and most important game, of the
season for both at the high school
Traditional rivalry makes this
lthe moat crucial contest of the
season, and both teams would
rather win todays genie than any
the way. Guard
down the Generals led
the lers with 13 points
fatelli of the winners
the nga the varsity game
Juhl'92-... ...,-... ,
14 and 16 points respecti
f'Mits" Ando leading
with ten markers. Hal!-T
favored the Santa Cruz ll
returns to action In 1948 F,-gmgngfwu defwted!
a score of 2-0-yhtle 1944 saw
game end ln scoreless tie.
ya!-sity year may he i lucky one for
meeting San dat 'hy
practice bill on th st
s home court. -
wmle perform- .
, , themselves on the
l 33 to 0 score at 1
tilities last Friday 9,
lsquad scored twice
quarter and once
Xing period to keep
N, major upset,
4' ball squad should
have a. well
- high, and on the
t fonnance, the'
" even matchif
The Indians of Fremont High
School open their 1945 football
schedule Friday with a. practice
game against the San Mateo grid-
ders at San Mateo. Coach Emile
Corboline refused to predict the
probable outcome of this opening
tilt but confined his remarks to:
"Some good material in spots: a
fast back field, and a team that
should improve as the season pro-
gresses. Ours is a one-team squad
this year, for we are woefully
short of good replacements."
The 130-pound squad is coached
by a Fremont alumnes, Marty
Matnleson, who is an instructor in
football, bocketball, citizenship,
and also acts as freshman advi-
sor. The 130-pound tleaml plays the
lame schedule as the unlimited
aouadg that is they play the 130s
alternate fields on the Thurs-
days preceding the varsity game.
The schedule for the season is as
5-Fremont at San Mateo
at Santa Clara
at Mt. View.
four innings was
in the fifth. Bill
Mesa in the fifth
up three runs on four
last two proms.
Indians collected four hits
two Lion pitchers, a double
triple by Mesa, and singles by
Maclel and Wetterstrom.
Indians Lose League
Game to Los Gatos
The Fremont Indians found
45-2 decision Lincoln L
This is rhe firsf year in
which I3O foofball was play-
ed by Fremonf. Many of The
boys who were unable fo
play varisfy fooiball gained
experience in cooperafion
and spodsmanship on Yhe
Left fo Riqhf-Fourfh Row: A Reed J. Har' B. Meacham. G. Woodward. P. Gilovich. J. Mintz.
L. Boyd. M. Mariz. L. Farris. Third Row: Coach Marhieson. G. Murdock. D. Lee. R. Swanson. F.
Salazar, E. Swanson. L. Breeding. J. Breeding, G. Bonacich. D. Lee. Second Row: P. Beffencourf. L
Nicoiai. S, Salazar. E. Silvera. W. Giibreck. J. Correl. N. Wagner. F. Bouqhman. L. Wesf. Firsi Row
R. Gresham. D. Wilson. M. Oqlasby. J. Johnson W. Stout V' Maciei,
2, QP 3r67
Leif +o Righf-Fourfh Row: C. Srollenwerk, D. Adamson, L. Nelson, N. Ensminqer, J. Cabral, M.
Soso, B. Krumpofich, P. Mesa, L. Farris, H. Marcheffi, J. Avila. Third Row: C. Jaclrson, J. Hylkema,
T. Mclnfosh. D. Lee, L. Breeding. J. Bull, G. Wren, F, Salazar, M. Oqlesby, W. Sanner. Coach
Mafhieson. Second Row: D. Jepson, L. Herion, R, Bradley, J. Breeding, G. Bonacich. D. Wlison, M.
Cabello, B. Nichols, J. Girnenez. F. Bowman. Firsf Row: V. Campbell. L. Nesbifr, R. Gresham, D.
Diehl, C.Smi1h, E. Davidson.
In comparison wirh pasr years, many boys Turned
our for fraclr. Mosf of 'rhese are underclassmen.
We have some very exceprional ralenr, and should
have a rraclr 'team ro be proud of.
This is 'rhe firsr year Thar 'rhe sfudenrs have shown
so much enfhusiasm for wresrling. Our home
marches were held in rhe Srudenf Union. Fremonf
proved vicrorious on several occasions.
Leif fo Righr-Third Row: L. Farris, F. Caprello, D. Adamson, G. Woodward, M. Soso, J. Cabral
T. Dailey, C. Nicolai, J, Bull, Coach Corboline. Second Row: B. Ichilrowa, G. Wren, B. Mello, A. Neff
J. Hyllrerna. L. Herion, J. Goin. Firsf Row: K. Simplrins ,L. Nicolai, G. Smith.
both fmal games of
a. Frlday, at
has the radii-
to conduct such ND
Sams point man.
Los Gatos .....
my 10-Fremont flntgbgli. -'-"-'
washington, Mc. View m
Santa Clara. at Los , " """"'
gmont - .......
Santa.. Clara at Gl
at Mt. View.
, May 21-SCVAL . "' """
24--SCVAL ann. 4'
my .. , ,annou-
'. Jose Tech
y ......... .
Leff tg RighTYSecond R w S W ison BFFSV QA
Los. vlch, Coach'Ma1P:iescv B m A asao ac
Fronf Row: V. Campbell ' meme Le
Ando M. Muvada. Uld the
""""" close contest wxth Guard Saso h1g'h
Mt' View, The varsity had less trouble as
they scuttled the Live Oak qum
29-14. Center Jack Mlller led
ocals with a 10 pomt total edge In
Friday, Feb 1 the Indlanzlgmkmg tvvo
League standings date
FRE 0 W ' '57-r.'T"i-TL3'ZL"i'L'mm"
The Fremont Indums
o practxce tilts to
t Fnday Feb 1 f
g 36 to 21 and
e Indxans took
Mateo the 130s
to 21 and the varsxty by
T GALIE OF
DIANS DIVIDE HONORS I Ont Indii-U5 Won UNL
R WEEKEND game by 8. Scbre of 28
3 c dropped a varsgty oon
the one sided score of 26
6 to the Palo Alto basketball
last Tuesday Jan. 14 in the
The varsxty game was a cue of
on the part of the
versus sharp shootmg by
S The d
In :ans traxled all
Settmg a. f
e lead ur
r mark 14
e fmal cou
ns led at
vamx usserq lost
San 18171. xes 30 to
rtlme tle vvhlch
27 t '7 before play off
I lay thex ast game I
season at uilroy on Febru
remont s Indians gained an e
t with the
nt 130s to
ht poxnts Ce
oon Bay 9
ers wxth seve
I wo forwards
ne: to lead Half Moon
:ty to nts trxumph fhex s
and 10 pomts respectlvelv
Joe Krumpotxch sparked
ans mth ine markers
mont Varsity I Half Moon Ba
fg ft lp Varsity
4 Telencl Q
2 Sllxa I
5 Molten i
3 Cardonx c
1 Santim 3
3 Lea 5
paced by Albert Soso hxgh pomt
man With 11 points to h1s credit
light Fnday mght Jan 18 Coach
Martm Mathxesens two squads
the Vlsitmg tangle Vlllh San Jose Tech xn a.
ld breaking double header league game ln San
32 consec N,
Uwe quaf Fremont H1 Splxts
by W nth W ashmglon
Fremont Lmon Hlgh School and
Washmgton Lmon Hxgh Qchool of
Centervllle Qplxt a pa1r of Santa
Clara Valley Athleuc League con
tes s lacl mgh! on the latters
game 30 to 24 whlle V5
took thc 130 pound t
l1 htwmghls vs
130 pounders were l
with 10 po
' er led the way
also won 19 16
1n the unl1m
the Ind1ans 1n
the runn e ttle Rlth a
record tl vms and two
The box seo'
Fremont .ive Oak
Wttr trm c
1 29 Totals
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urata f 2 0 Gorden 1
3x Bryan f
Jack Muller lea s BC U10
Fremont to Wm CHQGFS Break
Even for Evenmg
San Jose Tech and Frem
a double b1ll 111 SCVAL
txon last nxght 1 the San J
the Tech sa
The hgh e
ume Fxeld g cn th
perxod by Tech Zucc
Fremonts Sam 'Io brou
count to 31 all a m f
xx as scored when Paul
dumped ln two free throw
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-4-v- 7 it :L -- - - 73 '7"' Kfuwbcfich, J, Avila, G. affirm, .
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Wafch Thai Ball!
Fremonf has recenfly acquired a
new baseball field. Mr. Corboline's
gym classes worked on The field.
and Mr. Cornell's elecfricify class
erec+ed 'rhe backsfop. Wiih These
new facilifies we should have an
to Righ+-Third Row: R.'Furia, D. Weflesfrom, P. Mesa, J. Miller, D. McRae, G. Martin, B.
J. Krumpofich. Second Row: M. Ando, W. Maciel, M. Cardoza, L. Boyd, C. Passaflno, B.
, H, Nose, G. Wren, Coach Corboline. Firsf Rows M. Murada, B. Leaper, B. Snelling, N. Mari-
Phelan, A. Sasao. A. Waddin fon, G, lm K W
Pracfice Males Perfecf
Firsf Se'nesler-Leff to Rlqhlz Sylvia Swanson Jimmy Johnson, Redonia Wheeler
Second Semesler-Lelf lo Riohl: Sylvia Swanson John Minfz, Redonia Wheeler Our Jimmie
Third Row: E. Baslemeyer, A. Alondo, P. Neg. B. Vanderbeclr. L. Johnson. C
Vanderbeclr, G. Meacham. H. Talcela. Second Row: H. Malsuura, W. l-lolf. A
Gallo, L. Calhoun. L. Garcia. M. Maas. C. Abinanle. Firsf Row: D. Rodrigues
P. Wrighl, M. Chealam, F. Gracia.
The girls' baslcelball season 'rhisnyear was a greal success. Over
a hundred girls lurned oul lo play. Pracfice was held aller school
during lhe monlhs of Oclober and November. The girls were cli-
vided inlo eighl leams. The general manager was Ella Baslemeyer.
To conclude lhe season a Spread was held in lhe Caieleria on'
Second Row: M. Alonclo. S. Myers. G1 Anderson, P. Rodoni, F. Yglesias. J.
Sfoneberger. Firsf Row: A. Sanchez, N. Sfewarl, B. Robinson. C. Baslemeyer,
A. Gracla. P. Takefa,
Thircl Row: M, Keller, C, Vanderbeclr, P. Radon: P New G Meachem
Caviglia. Second Row: M. Bolga, J. BenneTT, M, Afondo M Childs A Sanchez
A. Gracie, P. Talmeia, Firsf Row: T, HaTTield, C. Phil
The girls Volleyball Teams aTTended sev
eral playdays aT various schools They were
guesTs oT SanTa Clara Campbell and Burl
ingame. The Burlingame Playday was The
largesT since The war began wiTh over six
hundred and TuTTy girls aTTendrng The
girls from FremonT made a good showing
in all Their games On February 28 The
girls had Their annual spread where The
names of The members oT The Honor Team
M. . SEL A
Top Row: J. Huber. Second Row: F. Gracia, R. Tibbefs, W, Holt, T. Halle
Firsf Row: E. Link, M. Capifola, L. Calhoun, L. Garcia, G. Bogdnovich, C Vander
beck, B. Vanderbeck.
On April I I, The nigh? of Open House, lhe girls'
lumbling group performed for lhe parenls. They
did pyramids, double slunfs, and many ofher which
surprised +he adulls. The girls pracficed affer
school, long and hard, +o make fhis performance
fhe success lhal if was.
The girls, who were inleresfed in Tennis, mel affer
school under 'rhe direclion of Miss Alexander. There
was insfrucfion for The beginners, and The more
advanced girls parlicipafed in a fournamenl. One
of fhe besf players, Annabelle Galyean, was of-
fered a posifion on lhe Varsify Tennisifeam.
Second Row: M. Maas, J. Sfoneberger, 6. Andersen, E.Ravalin, F. Yglesias, R.
Rogers. M. Caviglia. Firsf Row: D, Rodrigues. E. Velasquez. A. Galyean, L. Nelson,
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