Galileo High School - Telescope Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

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C0112unluzrl'mn prwenled by Sorqeani CIUPQHCG l lfIanP Mmiml .relevlimm by Jusepll SCUIIhii thjoriie Kmnilwiq DGPiU Casxina DIHKJQIw MsTpAR5 r At 1m.Emm1 1MH.GHmIamun NM.BMVBdmw Nh Gthmem 1 Nn EerEmAm. xmxxutumm thDmlihH Mh MmmmJme NM.Whmmlhwhx Am ImnuLmh xm nMLsmmmH SENCIL ,XLX LSC I5; R4iss iViltunPie Emlillmclu; ,9. u :n William Conway President Dorothy Akard Representative Mary Elizabeth Rolfs Secretary OFFICERS Gloria Bertolucci Vice-President William Hardin Treasurer June Atkinson Tony Arrieta Corinda Blasi George Alvarado Peter Angelides Patricia Bunker Virgil Biunda Anita Baney Gloria Bertolucci Nicholas Begavich Dorothy Akard William Conway A 7 war r ,RJI'A f0 - Gail Armstrong Tina Bortoli Elio Bernadini Clementina Basuino Bernice Bersaleri Harley Boatsman Betty Blass John Aguirre Anthony Arminini Alma Beux Keith Bridwcll Muriel Blass Robert Applestone Lillian Cincera Franklin Buttery y, Evelyn Bacigalupi' Elizabeth Conway Jerry Bolibaugh Imogene Baker Nino Borruso Larry Boyd Anita Conli William Creger June Crawford Dorothy Crabtrce Adolph Battaini Adele Chiapelone Fred Barbettini Dario Cassina Norene Chapman Joseph Badger Lorraine Dagnino Myrtle De Losa Leo Bandoni Eleanor Costanza Benjamin Choy Eugene Cirimele Revell Carlan Ray Cerles Rose Cava June Douglas Vincent Cirelli Florence Cavallo Armando Cendali Terry Coonan Dorothy Cloud Thomas Asciutto Aurora De Bari Pauline De Bernardi Glen Maehl Elia De Luca Burton Berry Aldo Calloni Joy Dumas William Campana Rina Devencenzi Janice Davis Benny Chin Diana Domeniconi Frank Cresci Ethyl Dudley Louis Chausse Jennie Catalano Humphry Bryan Chris Calsoyas Joanne Edlin Eugene Danaher Betty Eldrcd Muriel Dowrelio Frank Cognetta Dorthea Eskeson Clarence Sweet Antone Cresci Jane Ellis Stephen Carniglia Lottie Forte Juanita De Carvalho Edward Devencenzi Betty Erickson Paul Dane Harry Dreschcr Eva Della Maggiom Richard chan Tillie Dinelli Richard French Norma Garone John Cuatto June Fairbanks Norma Gerrans Lloyd Curtis Victoria Francesconi Henry Cohen Robert Davis Giovanna Granucci William Crose Doris Gordin Julia Guidotti Raymond Forni Annlee Goldberg Charles Campi Alfred Della Santina Margy Green James Dwyer Kumidini Gupta Rosemary Gee Jack Euphrat Elodia Henderson Hing Dear Seth Hargrave Betty Hexter Charles Gnecco Jean Hale Claire Jones Ray Harris Mary Jean Helbing Kenneth Jones Heinz Heldt Annette Lunn Jack Heard Joann Heath Doris Lorenzetti Robert'Innes Dorothy Jacob Grover Klemmer Don Jacobs Jean Kirwin Allen Wong Doris Kent Lois Lawson Henry Kahn Elsie Lucchesi James Kehlor Helen Jow Joseph Feeney Normagene James Harold Ebright at John Fowler ? 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Marin Malone Louis Hansen Rosemary Minaker Dorothy Layne Michael Germano Lenore Madding Forrest Johnson Dimitrio Juravcoff Harriet Miller Laurence Mayer Chiye Nao Mary Minore Riall Moore Rita Nicholini Warren Murphy Aldo Nicolai Doris Lassater Richard Phillips Frances Wagner Mary Rolfs Willie Ow Frances Woods William Parker Jack Podcsta Leslie Woodhouse William Owen Kathleen Wardell Jacqueline Wilkinson Dominic Papia Elizabeth Rinaldi Hamilton Paiva John Nickel Patricia Wilson Albert Reiwitz Barbara Woody Bette Warshauer Leroy Poggi Jane Zink John Rounsefell Owen Filer Virginia Root Walton Lawrence Marjorie Patsey Mary Salva Howard Lapin Cecily Robbins Bertrand Louie Howard Collins June Spina Ken Matsuda Lorraine Rosenthal Mary Suriani Tony Manoguetra Alice Seid Rudolph Meyer Robert Lee Helen Schlothan Andrew McGue Betty Strother Camilla Schultz Edward Montani Gloria Swenson Gaeton Le Coco Marie Soubies Joe B. 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LOW SENIOIQ CLASS OFFICERS Frank Puglisi President Lorraine Simi Vice-President Mary Lodge Representative Norma Serrato Secrelary Salvatore Castro Barbara Countryman Joseph Beni Eda Cerlanti Fern Goodman Robert Burness Evelyn Corsiglia George Droletti Henry Banta Fedora Fani Frank Conte Lola Cereijo Mary Giannino Eugene Caputo Jetaun Conrado Frederick Carini Melchoire Cirami Mary Chelini Vincent Carosso Gioia Del Chiaro Laura Cortopassi Augustine Bregante Elizabeth Dilger Kyne Cation Vincent Amendola Eleanor Berrigan Ellis Catton Geraldine Asara Betty Bermudez Raymond Ammonini Mary Busalacchi Robert Bertini John Armentano Doris Bisio Paul Aliota Angelina Baregi Pauline Busalacchi Bart Arotca Rose Bruno Edward Chiado Alan Bridgeford Rosa Balestreri Paul Asano Dorothy Cordano Adeline Baldassari Mario Bisordi Bernice Crowley Daniel Allesandro Agnes Gatto Frank Garbini Evelyn Fortgang Peter Guidici James Corrall Ruth Geissler Frank Fargo Florence Gulli June Lollick Raymond Franchesi Margaret Errington Wesley Howell Jack Grimm Victoria Luciana Jung Der Bock Georgian Goodman Olga Leoni Robert Frechetti Alma Gasivada Frank Heid Angelo Gori Alice Lee Lee Headly Claudine Grady Carmen La Place Walter Hjort Marie Guido Mervyn Fevrier Laurence Huth Helen La Place Robert Cookson Gloria Fanucci Jane Gray Lynne Decker Muriel Davis John Fisher Frank D'Amico Marian Delpino Raymond Dondero Mary Ferguson Vivienne Hcrshfcld Steven De Benedetti Laura Fitzmier John De Scala Hajime Endo Mildred Kecgan Gordon Hom Florence Fee Romolo Iavarone Edith Mareck Robert Glick Lola Ghilardi Ruth Mclnikow William Guidera Eleanore Helbing John Kato Clifford Hall Rowena Manning Leslie Karahadian Romona Harris Madeline Maraschin Henry Kirner Helen Hirsh Anthony La Russa Yoshiro Kitagawa Elia Ielarconi Raymond Micheli Delphin Miller Mary Mooradian James Konig Nonnette Morse Dee Moyes Monte Lee Lena Masetti James Mackay Leanore Pool Pearl Mortigia Morris Katz Betty McNevin James Meyerfleld Evano Mainochi Marian Mozian Leo Molinari Flora Paoli Peggy Passos Theodore Kolb Rena Parravieni William Muramatsu Raymond Lamerdin Eleanor Marenzi Bruno Mantclli Anna Ramazotti Jean Scola Alfred Kleneschmedt Betty Rost Emil Paganelli William Pemlta Esther Scafani Quong Ng Grace Rosing August Marti nelli Marguerite Skliris ' Alma Silvestri . l u K Constantine Palzls Constance Villanueva Joseph Passanisi Angelo Peroni l L r Betty Seput Dominic Passanisi Josephine Silvestri Albert Quan Rose Ternullo Ettore Picconc Frances Zcrega Atherton Quan Ann Sambrailo Barbara Wagner Frank Puglisi Mic 820 Edward Reed John Shepherd Carmel Marshall Melvin Ricossa Bettye Pederson Harriet Hauck John Trevisonni Lorraine Simi Martin Sambrailo George Stubeni Vivian Kalfain Joseph Pierucci Marguerite Ruger Josephine Zepponi Robert Watson Barbara Doan Vincent Rage MortonVandechugle Norma Serrato Frank Ruggiero Mary Lodge Rosemary McIntyre George Woehlekc Dolores Yngojo Robert Walker 1 Fred Spadini l Barbara Segale i Joseph Quesada Mary Zerga it Fedora Semoncini Tciji Serata John Wynn Edward Riddell John Wong Alfred Ofalsa Hilary Crawford Vincent Friscia Mark Carter Rose Damato Herbert Schulenberg I Masakay Teramoto l John Saraceno John Tollini John Ternullo Donald Mercuris Thurston Cowgill Albert Chan Italo Ciardella Rudolph Donati Betty Slophcr Edward Mocllcr Tom Chan Otis Hart Kiyoshi Tadashi Emil Mangini s a , Ww 5: 121?; .9 1.: 1.33 8...; 9h. lva 1.x r 2. x3. .2 , SfUDENT BODV OWICEDI Harry Mould Elena Unli President Vice-Prcsidcnt Tom King Secretary Jack Podesta Treasurer Mike Coonan C'uslodian Tony Bermudez Head Yell Leader wwxamw ww m STUDENTS' STUDENTSy COURT COUNCIL H3 CLASS OFFICE?! Ellis Tomsky President Winnie Barsotti Vico-President Emil Lamerdin Secretary MMMMNW WW x Eugene Birsinger President A55 OFFIC Mary D'Angelo Vice-Prcsidenl ELQJ Neva Umi Representative S OFFICLPI Dennis VJardell Peggy Fclters President Vico-Prcsiden! Dixh Hamilton Kenneth Barbero Representative Setrelary-Treasurer , wu LQ,CiAer Jack Mould Prmidenl w 2 11011 r y ccrcta MW1CEDJ Shiela Nlalloy Vice-Presidcnt Lido Galli Representaliue Jo'ann Heath June Crawford Editor in Chief Director of Publications Betty Marx Gradualc Editor Bob Stockhausen L r, Alluerf ismg Manager Virginia Radloff Bettye Pcderson Carol Hacke Circulation Manager Low Senior Editor Organizations Editor o4 . ",MJ? PENDULU TAFFWW M- f;a Burton Berry Eugene Danaher Leland Seid Editor in Chief Manaym'; Ed ftor Spoz'ls Editor Shirley Pierce Girls' Sports Mary Jean Helbi ng Business Manager Joanne Edlin Barbara chale Kumidini Gupta Social Editor Circulation Manager Organizations Editor PRINCIPAL'S CABINET SERVICE CLUB maegathai mama, SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY SOCIAL COMMITTEE GAVEL SOCIETY STUNTS COMMITTEE TRAFFIC SQUAD B U L C L A C R E M M O C CHEMISTRY CLUB FOOTLIGHTS LITTLE THEATRE SWING ORCHESTRA STAGE CRuEW W Mmpmw , yoamor W," Eit$zxwmmw yaw w my Nwmw 4 mm now PRE-NURSING CLASS ADVANCED LATINGROUP wwwn wwmawmwrmgm XWWWWW WWW me , ., MwLwLMML WWM WW WWVMW x , "WW mmww . ,Mwiaswmmgma STAMP CLUB GERMAN CLUB CHINESE CLUB B U L C E S E N A P A J ITALIAN a$ mmmmmr WW WK BENCH CLUB NATURAL HISTORY CLUB UG" SOCIETY BLOCK GLEE CLUB m www.rt ."o'b'V'nJ'I-fi? 81m?" 1071 A323; 1 5, Kai $3., ; P v 4.94 341$ aptains and Butt al SABER CLUB S A B E R C L U Brwlsl and 2nd Lieutenanls STAFF ATTALION B SQUAD RIFLE W , wwwmfywmwwmmx " : N, i , :QREQ m ,, M , Wm. P. Crcger, 1Wajor Richard French Lt. Colonel Henry Searls Howard Lapin Dario Cassina William Harding Senior Capt. Supply Capt. Captain Captain Harley Boatsman. Capt. William Porter. 15! L1. Bonnet Fox, Is! Lt. m Joseph Badger. Isl Ll. Harry Drcscher. 15! Li. Clmries Gnccco. Isl Ll. Lawrence Mayer, 2nd Lt. Robert Cookson, 2nd Lt. Thurston Cowgill, 2nd Lt. David Rodgers, 2m! Lt. , M . f . K ,1 . M axn w MMJ XJWJW2Z3 I , K . g , - . 7 4 jg 4ngm W X ZM !W f'yW-0 L ' ' ergyyg Z 404,57, 4 24227 z Kr KW" , L.;7 xyau; nwxxzxygy K:Cax;u;r 51 1: wwxx BASKETBALL I 111i Galileo 130's took undisputed possession of the lightweight basketball trophy by making :1 clean sweep of their eight league guines. Five players, Bill Burke, George Alvarado, trunk PughSI, Fred Seohtri, 21nd Mervyn Fevrier, composed the first team through- out the season. They opened their season by beating Commerce, 55- 21. in a game in which they held the lead from the beginning; mm... X HONikv In a thrilling contest the Lions, led by high-scoring Fred Scohiri, nosed nut George XWztshington, 28-26. Galileo edged out 21 16-1-1 halt-time lead, and then matched their opponents point for point in the rest of the play. The Purple and Orange eztgers just managed to eke out at 20-18 Victory over the Bnlbozt lightweights, after trailing most of the game. Coming from behind For the second time in the season, the 1305 took the Polytechnic CilSleil unit into camp, 28-25. High scorers were substitutes Don Patton with ten points and George Alvarado with nine. Led by Bill Burke and Angelo Gori, the Ciztlileo tive slaughtered the St. Ignatius Wtildcnts, 52-17. The Lion lightweights mn up a record score for the sensnn when they licked the Mission 130,5, 39-24 George Alvarado starred. The Galileo team einehed the championship by 011111115: from behind to defeat the Lowell eagers, 27-20. Bill Burke with nine points and Frank Puglisi with seven led the Storing. For their eighth consecu- tive Victory, the Purple and Orange players closed the season with 21 28-19 win over Sacred Heart. Alvumdn was high-point man. The following played for the Galileo 150's casubn unit: George Alvarado, Seymour Brodrier. Gene Bitsinget, Bill Burke. Mervyn Iievrier. Angelo Gorit Don Mercurio, Bill Owens; Don Patton, Jack Podesttl, 171';1nthiglisi, Frank Ruggiero, Fred Seolariy Ted White. Tina Gzrlileo unlimited cztgers won only three gztmes 215 against five losses, to finish the season in sixth place. But their record was better than their final standings wrmld indicate, for they fought hard in every encounter. The Lion hoopsters lost their season's opener to Commerce, 23-16, after the Lions had led one point at halt time. As a desperate lnst-minute rally failed, the Linn varsity dropped a 28-26 decision to George Wtztshington. Trute Sperry W215 high-pnint man. The Purple and Orange men drew their hrst blood by heat- ing the Balboa Bues. 241-13. Vic Scatena was highsmre man with seven tioints. Galileo lost Ll henrt-hreztkiiw overtime contest to Pol tethnit, 31-27 after h 7 130's BASKETBALL TEAM M A E T .L L A B T E K S A B Y T S R A V overcoming a ninepoint hzllt-time lead. Ray Cerles led with six points. In 21 close game. the Lions bet the St. Ignatius XWildchtst 21-16, in a game featured by the playing of Trute Sperry and Vic Sczltenzt. With Sperry again starring, the Lion hoopsters took the Mission cugers t0 the tune of 28-19. Their record at this point was three wins and three losses. The Lions went down before the champions from Lowell, losingr their fourth game of the season, 27-7. The Galileo unlimiteds lost their final game of the season to Sacred Heart, 22-17. The boys who saw action for the unlimited basketball team were Earle leghye Chris Cnlsoyas, Ray Cerles, john Filer, Ray Johnson, Henry Kimer, Grover Klemmer, Ernie Valencia, Irl Madden, 13d Moeller, Bob Peters, Vie Scatenn, Jack Skinner, Trute Sperry. 73mm wag? SWHMNHNG THU Galileo swimming team took second place in the A.A.A. swimming meet behind the Polytechnic swimmers in the tinale of the aquatic season. In practice meets Galileo started stroneg hut rzm into 21 losing streak betnre the big meet. Roddy Andrews W218 the only Lion to take a first place in the meet, leading the group in the IOO-yard backstroke. Reno Rapugnani shone tor Galileo in the practice meets. K 53a; ,2: The Galileo lightweights lost practically all their practice meets. Dominic Pzrrisi was the 0mm star for Galileo in these meets. 111 the AAA. meet the best the Lions could do was to tie Sl'it'" for sixth place. However, they were hztdly handicapped 2111 season by the few men on the squad. The unlimited swimming squad was made up of Harold Getz, John XXther, Roddy Andrews, Trute Sperry, Reno Rzlpzlgnztni, George Paris, Hilary Crawford, jack Terhurne, Bill Reordzm, XXV, K. Miller, Albert MeNulty, Ray Vasquez, and Paul Alioto. The lightweights were Ellis Cztttun, Dominic Purisi, Bill XXVUUL Edison Mouton, 21nd jim Sweeny. TDACK As Grover Klemmer broke two city records, in the quarter mile amd in the half mile, Galileo took third place in the AAA. track meet. His victories gave Galileo her ten points. He ran the 4-40 in 49.8 seconds, and the 880 in 2 minutes and 5 seconds. The Lion lightweights failed to place. The rest of the truck squad was Bob Collier, Ed Mueller. Bill Owens, Grunt Berry, Wtilliam Rossi, Seymour Brodner, Walter Lamerdinh Mario Sanguinetti, ulumes Wolf, Bob lemes, George Quihei, Angela Antonini, Alfred Nztnnini. EASE BALL HAVING 1'11te11 11.5 11 pre 5e115011 1111'11101'5e the Purp1e 111111 Orange 17115ebz111 te11111 11111111111611 t0 C1111 the regular 50115011 111 11 tie 101' 111st p1111'e 11'1th 1311111011; each team 111111 seven Vict01'1es 111111 011e 11e1e11t. However, two straight bez1t111g5 1111111 L011'e11 111 the S111111g1111e55y 11111170115 e1111111121te11 them from 11111111111: the title. Under t1115 system, the te11111 t1111t 11111511e5 111'5't does not 11eee55111'11y 11111 the t1t1e, but the 111'5't te111115 engage 111 11 t0111'1111111e11t t0 11e 1:1'111111e the winner. 1.75,, Cmu-h Juhnann The 1510115 opened the11' 1e11g11e 5e115011 with 11 2-0 win over 511111111 Heart, 1111111111 two-hit 11111'1- 111g by 11111111; Cresei. A feature 01 the game 11:15 the b115e 11111111111; 01 1171115111 13111111111 '111115'1111: the lead 111 the 1111t1;11 1111111151 111111 1101111113Y 011 to it, the G11111e0 11111:: upset the 13111111111 Buccaneers. The L10115 011t5111gge1'1 11110t11e1' preseason favorite by be11t111g the N11551011 Bears, 7-5. The 1 11111e 111111 O111111;e 5111gge1'5 c1111e11e11 11 playoff spot by overcoming C1111111111e1 7- 3. 111111 Mould 5111'1'e5511111y pitched 1115 hrst A A. A. game 17111111; 1111511 11011 11 pitching 1111e1 115 the L10115 t1'1111111e11 St.1g11at1us, 3-2. 11:11.1 11111115 110111e 1'1111 111'0ve 111 the tying 111111 the 1111111111111 1'11115 August 1111'11t11111111 made 1115 league debut by 1111111111,T 11 th11e111t shutout 1111111115t C1101'11e XV115111110t011, 21s 11 team of L1011 substitutes beat the Eagles 7-0. T1115 11115 the sixth straight Victory for Cr1111e0. The win streak 11115 smashed 115 the L1'111'e11 5111gge1'5 1005e11e11 their heavy 111't111e1'y 101' 11 13-7 win. The G11111e0 p111ye1'5 11111 11 bit of 51110111111; t11e11 151117135 115 they blasted the11' 1'11y t0 11 17-6 11111 0111' the Polytechnic Parrots. T1115 ended the 1'eg111111' season with the L10115 t1e11 101' 111'5t place. Gahleo 111'e11' 11011111 101' its hrst Opponent 111 the playoffs. The C111'111111115 seemed t011111'e the 111011-5191 011 the Lions 115 they smashed their way to 1111 8-6 1'11't01'y.T1'1111111g 6-4, the L011'ell te11111 11011 011 11 four-run barrage 111 the seventh 1111111131. The L10115 were eliminated 110111 the playoffs 115 they 105t again to the C11r111111115, 10-7 7, 111 11 game that saw 2111 10111 L1011 p1t1'he1'5 take the 1110111111. L0111g111111 5t111'1'et1 101' the L10115. 171e11 Ceremehe 11110 started the season 115 11 substitute, ended the season 111111111 b21tt111g 11ye1'110e 01 500 to fmish t1111'11 111 the league batting race. The boys 11110 were Out 11ght111g 101' the Pu1'p1e 111111 Orange: Frank Cresei, E11111e 13110111111 111C15' M1'111111,AL1gL15t 111111't111e111,K1yos111 h'1111'1115111111, A111'e11 C111111111'11 M111111e1 V:11'g115,11111115' P11g1151,W7111te1' Hj',111t 101111 Be111111 R0' 11111111111, 1:11111e 11011111121111, M1e11111'e1 D11Z11eV1Ch,D D1111111 Mosconi, D1111 P11tt011, L1111'1'e111'e192111101'1111,1Ray M1111, Virgil 13111111111, 11e11 Ce1'e111e111, 1501115 Leone, A111e1t L111'01'11, 111110 R01111g11ez. BASEBALL TEAM TENNIS TEAM mmnw .m, gvxwwy mmm W; ww, q M memmw CIQEW THE Galileo varsity crew started the league season confident of winning the Championship after they had concluded 21 fairly success- ful practice season. Their first league race was against Lowell. The Galileo oatsmen fmished about one and a halt lengths to the good. But their high hopes were shattered as the Balboa crew beat them by about four lengths, after holding the lead throughout the meet MM, The Lion team still 11th 21 chance to tie for the championship. 2mm The lightweight crew opened the 1305 season by edging out Lowell by half :1 length. They took :1 severe beating, however, from Balboa, losing by four lengths. They lost again when the St. Ignatius XWiIdcuts bested them by two and one-half bout lengths. The Galileo 1305 were coached by Atmen '"Iurk" Terzizm, captain of last year's lightweight crew. The following composed the lightweight crew roster: Bob Chathzun tcaptj, John Shinn, Dick MeGuthn, Dzm Lutshzm', John Johnson, Angelo Peroni, Louis Jimiuez, Earle LeMztsters, John Mnssztrzl, Eugene Birsinger, Tom Benton, Fergus Tobin, Robert Schneider, Terry Coonzm, julio Gnhn, and Jerry Johnson. Charles Hicks was the pilot, and Bobby Frankel and Utzlha Kaizumi served as pilots. The huskies behind the outs of the unlimited crew were: Hurry Mould, Hank Sezuils, John Aguirre tcath, Emil Lumerdin, Bill Hardin, Ray For- niciari, John Sehmmet, Keith BridwelL Ted Bunn, Charles Franz, Bill Conway, Ray Vasquez, Ken Blue, Armand D'Amico, George Rowe, Bob MCHugh, Mike Coonnm James Konig. and Jack Curgill. jack Podestzl was Coxswain and Alex Seordelis W218 pilot. i'GOLF TEAM REW VARSITY C LIGHTWEIGHT CREW Catherine McDonough President Block G" Society Dorothy Layne Vice-President June Crawford Secretary Giovonha Grannucci Representative Dorothy Cloud President G.A.A. Chiye Nao Vice-President Betty Eldred Secretary Bettye Pederson Representative BLOCK ' G" SOCIETY GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION W ng wgwwrwwm uwv TENNIS VKATING ICE SWIMMING BADMINTON wmmwawrr. U . 35x ! L 31$$ r 3A3 . Malg; xx p 3N $7 3 L i: "Aw? ?tmwwWw , x ganka r , 2 ,; xwrpxmf? 43 vary; 93$? , 7; ,5 Xi i Harriet Hauck Ar! Editor of Telescope WORKING with Art Editor Harriet Hauck in carrying out the Exposition theme 0f the Telescope, were 21 number of talented students. Responsible for the interpretation 0f boys' sports is Louis Jimenez; for the activities page, Ruth Rosenhlzlt; the R.O.T.C. page, Shigeo bliyzlmoto; and the arts page, Sherry Holly. 1116 COVCY dCShYH H 'lcilf leld PllCifICZI used for thC Senior 21 76 WCFC dCSi TDCLI 5 7 L L L and EXCCUth by BIISS IIZIUCk. ART GROUP MUSIC N gjmwlsmin selections from featured soloists, a surprise in the nature of :1 gilt, and the supplementary musical strains of the Galileo Concert Orchestra reigned supreme at the annual Music Club Concert hold in the auditorium on May 115. Bart Arotcu, singer superb, serenaded the music lovers while professional Odolio Szwclla mustered thC keys with resulting harmonious selections. Violinists hilzirgery Krudwig 11nd Dario Czissiim combined tu present famous violin pieces, Joe Sczitidi and his accordion reveled forth with outstanding aimimiinn selections. Thc Galilcw Cunccrt Orchestra, under the direction of Miss Constance chhzm, music instructor. played the brilliant piece, the "Poet zmd Peasant Overture" t0 :1 highly tCCGptive audience. The feature numbsr at the day's musical iigcndzt was 21 surprise. Iintcr- prising members of the Music Club raised the necessary funds to buy an urgim 011 which Sullivmfs famous "Lost Chord" was played t0 accompany the Combined musical groups and the mixed chorus consisting of 30 wiccs. , k D RNA M A THE drama and stugeerzltt classes can look back on 21 variety of efforts during the past term. The Strauss broadcast was perhaps the finest thing the Classes did. This radio script on the life of Joseph Strauss celebrated the historic opening of the Golden Gate Bridge and was presented from Treasure Island over the National Broadcasting Company's tzieilities on April 18. Fan mail was received from as fat as Evanston, Illinois, complimenting the east on their work. The students were proudest 0f the fact thth their broadcast was unique in that Galileo was the only school to present 21 script prepared and written solely by the students of the school. The drama classes provided entertainment for the Senior Day this spring. An experimental play by Thornton XWilder, done without scenery 0r props of any kind, received a cold reception on the Senior Day program. The cast did' a good job but this play, i'The Happy Journey," was 21 bit over the heads of a high school audience. The day was saved, however, with a home-made i'drzlynm" based on the famous lvun Skewinski Skawur song. Glenn Maehi 21nd jean Kerwin represented Galileo at the annual Shakes- pearean deelumation sponsored by Humboldt Evening High School. Both gave splendid interpretations of scenes from Richard III. Stzlgeemtt students made quite 2L mark for themselves in completing 21 cein prehensive inventory of 2111 stage and theatrical equipment. NIzlny Iong-needed repairs and adjustments have been made by this hardy crew in addition to their regular task of manning the stage fur each rally, show or assembly. As the Telescope goes to press, two one-zlct plays are in preparation for the end of May. O'Neill's "Where the Cross 15 MadeH 21nd Daggettts "Good- night Please" le'e expected to provide serious drama and hilarious farce when the show comes off. Mr. Williams, dramatic chieh in summarizing the terms work, said: HThe students are seeing more legitimate plays, reading more plays, and seeking more opportunity to be in plays. 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GORDON 1N THE MARINA 2077 CHESTNUT STREET 1 1 $7 1 I SALINE-JOHNSTONE COMPL'MENTS OF SCHOOL THE GLOBE for SECRETARIES SLICING MACHINE CO. 71? SALES AND ssawca ONE ELEVEN SUTTER i? .. SAN FRANCISCO 56 7TH STREET HEmlock 1351 5 Telephone MM 4854 SAN FRANCISCO 1E7 1111 L29 ,: :1f121-3rfm111. 11:23:; VHS q? :311111: 53?: $11.1 :5? 211111: + :11111: ? 1111111; lg 71111::31 311111: gxmufrfi'A 1, 711'.le 11-2 1,? :321 $152 11 615 21m .. 1 :4: Lima :41: Lam; : A'p'w, 'Ww2h2v 1 :mm; 1:11: :r. 3,1: ,mC 1 "Mu;xJ-I"ca:, 1; wviaw, AA m: v? 4 iii: 43-1115. 3;: :37 1- . , GALLAGHER-MARSH 1 1+: .xzznz-z : ,. ; 4:;11214 . 1 COLLEGE INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION GaliagheriMarsh and Gregg Secretarial Training Lega1 Stenography, etc. Beginners and Brushvups FREE PLACEMENT DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL Eslablishrd Over 40 Years 995 MARKET ST. GA. 7120 f: k Weight Body Regulation Sculpturing it 71' 1062 HYDE ST. Phone OR. 3511 7? THE HYDE STREET MARKET Scafidi Bros. k FRUiTS, VEGETABLES AND GROCERIES FISH AND POULTRY WINES AND LIQUORS MARK 11111313119115 TIRE CO. Distributors U. S. ROYAL T1RES AND TUBES 11 999 GEARY STREET at Polk ORdway 3441 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ITAOTAO... CHina 0156 CHina 1452 t TAO YUAN RESTAU RANT Chop Suey and Noodles All Kinds of Chinese Cakes and Teas k 823 CLAY STREET SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA A new Chinese restaurant branch of TAO YUAN at REAL CHINESE DISHES 50c AND UP Served from 11:00 AM. to 2:30 A.M. Calel'ing Io Special Parties and Banquets it 675 JACKSON STREET near Grant Ave. Phone CHina 2082 SUHer 9985 CHina 1085 FAR EAST CAFE CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES Open from 11 01.171. to 1 mm. 1k 631 GRANT AVE. CHINATOWN FINE CHINESE FOODS PREPARED 1N CONTAINERS TO TAKE HOME UNIVERSAL CAFE In the Heart of Chinatown k SERVING A FULLCOURSE CHINESE DINNER IN AN ORIENTAL ATMOSPHERE i 824 WASHINGTON STREET Phone CHina1133 $1.. 1'1 1:11 A9? 1..." :1; '51:; J3.- , , 4x76 2;: IE1: ?.I . 1:1 ngjLU; dim: xL 17:2: tam: :11 Cm 4:11;;79'75 I. ELL; LL: my: 55 ALLLLIK 3; 1w; :9: :7? 1L"?! VENETO RESTAURANT COMPLIMENTS I T A L I A N L o F L D'NNERS L ROMEY'S MEATS 5,; Special Parties Bridge Luncheons L L 7'17 John P Omizzolo, Proprietor L Z'I'OO CHESTNUT STREET 389 BAY STREET BAY AT MASON L GArfield 9711 L Flilmore 3500 L VAv $7 j Phone Flllmore 0524 FREE DELIVERY L I'- z COMPLIMENTS L GtORGELTMAC o F L QUALITY MEATS GALLLEO L POULTRY L . M A R K E T L 3:? 2175 CHESTNUT STREET L Near VVoolwoz-lh's 2458 POLK STREET 13: air L With MARINA FOOD PALACE Let's Bike the Golden Gate Bridge L Zenith Hoover RADIOS VACUUMS from the L General El , -' MARINA CYCLERY mm LAMPS AND SPQRT SHOP Lightweight English Bicycles for Sale or Rent General Eloclric REFRIGERATORS DIMMER HARDWARE CO. Tennis Repairs-Sporf Goods-Gym Suits 3214 FILLMORE ST. Flllmore 9645 xrwminmxrwrx MARKET GROCETEREA 2100 CHESTNUT ST. L Incorporated L9H Robt. Chevalier, prop. 1715 POLK STREET LjLL LELL L 7 2.1! 7 7 7 7 - 'L 7 LRL L $54? ROMEY'S L L LLLL L A, L A W L C. C. MINGST PropL BIGGER and BETTER VALUES 33 The DOROTHY DURHAM If it's... 55 55 SCHOOL 3" V ' . 53?. 33 for SECRETARIES BU TED F1113 333 '13:? Teaches all Commercial Subjects, including I d 9 535333,: EN F3 3 33 STE'jggYPE DAIRY DELIVERY 353 3:; 32:3 .5; TELETYPE MILK OR CREAM 5; 1:337 STENOTYPE7-The Shorthand Speed Machine ER 4 3 35533 See demonstration at the Fair 3333 364 FLOOD BLDG. Phone DO. 6495 l T'S G O T T O B E G O O D i 55; 77 777 7777 7 7 7 7 77 77777 7 777 7 77 77 7 77 7 7 5.5: 353 M A R 3 N A 3 PAUL'S FINEST QUALITY MEATS 35113 3 B E A U T Y S A L O N 3 VILLA MARINA MARKET 33 133 . Featuring 5331333 '33 1801 limos! STREET 3 MANTECA FED BEEF 55L? 33F33 orner ctavua 3 333 5:55; - i' 35.3 moneywmnmsm 3 1535 CHESTNUT STREET 3 55:5 Flllmore7-391 3 PAUL F. GOEBNER, Prop. 333 iii 5 A N F R A N c I s c o 3 ORdway 5221 5 3533 3 5:55 55777777 i ii filiwm15im , ,,,, , W533 3333 "YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD THEATERS" 3 35 333 +5 3 "THANKS FOR THE EDUCATION" 53', a M A R I N A 5 i :3 EL PRESIDIO HIGHFOUR 35?; J T H E A T E R 5 REGISTRY 462 3.53 5 "Always a Good Show- 3k '11; j Bring the Whole Family" 1.277.757- 5 7 ,7 Em. . -; 7777 777 7 77 7777777 7777777 7 7 7 7 7,, 77333333 5,13 GALILEO a STUDENTS ALWAYS amp "news Of 3:3 3333:; WELCOME THE 33:33 W 5:5. 5:; 5 SPAN I SH 3 $155 DRAKE S CREAMERY 3 C L U B 2076 CHESTNUT STREET 3 ; GOLDEN GATE Telephones TOWING Shop ORdway 4553 ANYWHERE Res. RAndolph 8741 ANYTIME MACARONI FACTORY 1k CARLSEN'S AUTO WORKS 525 JONES STREET Between Geary and O'Farrell Sts. L9 CARL CARLSEN H. NANNIZZI f7 SONS SPRECKELS MARKET 753 MARKET STREET GArfield 5356 MARINA CENTRAL MKT. 2319 CHESTNUT ST. WA. 3045-3046 at FRESH KILLED POULTRY and CHOICE SEA FOODS DAY 6' NITE VALET ARTHUR L. EATON Owner Pressing done while you, wait OPEN 7 AM. TO 9 P.M. 539 GEARY GRaystone 8484 Compliments of HIRSCH and PRICE CLOTHIERS Athletib Equipment Wholesale-Retail Tuxedos Rented 949-951 Kearny Streef9Near Columbus SAN FRANCISCO 9 THE ARISTOCRATIC 1 PRODUCERS X Egg Noodles, Spaghetti, Fancy Paste. 9 Ask for the products of the Golden ? Gate Macaroni Co., and insist on the I manufacturing trademark f "BLUE DIAMOND" Z930 Octavia Street ORdway 6645 f, ,, ,7, ,5, 577 ,7, .7 NM WWW SMART boys get their haircuts at JIM'S So why not you? i' JIM'S BARBER SHOP i I w I Z i 2291 CHESTNUT STREET j Phone WAlnut 9918 W. C. AKARD h GENERAL CONTRACTOR 71: 9 225 Cervantes Blvd. San Francisco Phone WAlnuf 6614 .css amounts"? are always. in demand! WHY? Because our training is that- 6 ough and practicalubecause business executives prefer employees trained our way. 1 Decide NOW to attend this school, noted for its efficiency in train- ing students in up-to-the-minuta busi- l ness methods. Catalog upon request. I 1 CALIFORNIA SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 3d Floor, Russ Bldg., Telephone SUtter 2078 Founded and conducted by Benj. F. Priest In business 16 years , . Co-educational Lake Tahoeoone of California's outstanding resorts A beautiful scene like the picture above inspires one to go vacationing, just as good printing gives one an inspiration to purchase your goods. . .. WE AIM TO GIVE QUALITY PRINTING AT THE RIGHT PRICE. REEVES PUBLISHING CO. PUBLICATION AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING 447 SANSOME STREET DOUGLAS 4756 V 1f... g . $$F$ t. .th , .mmwqumw hwy? y . .wnuwmm . w a: .M K I u? wmwx. rw wk VI; M. .MHWA6 . m. p 2,, m 3 3.3 w . ..: 3 . .h . wk .3 vvx.....w.u IT 5331?? ".2?va m.fJu 4'. 1 Manama .lwsdzzra ka V-K:.wi.v.wr- , v "Wm, A , L- 5 wAfttizsz. 4 :ftwy .Jxm- mm . ;m- ue' .. m K . ' .. . Lgnkii . 4943;32:7231 - : 321:; ' 4.23:; 'mnimw ' N; $5 31W i3. unnu n a an. ' ' 1'5 31:: L m 2;. Hug",


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