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

 - Class of 1943

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DOROTHY MAAS Miss FLORENCE SEVIER I'NC.I.ISH Florence P. Metzner, Head Ida Bernard Marloric Cullen, journalism Esther S. Esau HOME ECONOMICS Maud V. Garvey Virginia Bartlett May E. Gray Emilie Nasser Cheryl Dunbar Helen Swinton Clara Christensen MATHEMATICS Caleb G. Cullen Pearl G. Maschio Anna D. Murphy Dorothy P. Maas Barhzara Taylor, Aeronautics Richard Zcidler DRAWING Gertrue Edwards INDUSTRIAL ARTS David j. Deasy j. D. Sanderson Clinton Jacobsen john H. Lord MIISIC Constance Keohan Thomas J. Kennedy SCIENCE Fred M. Durst, Head Leo Campbell Willis Hester Beryl Kautz Mary Murphy George W. Schultzberg Anna S. Thomson HISTORY Ella W. Ryan. Head Esther Alpers lsahel M. Dutf Gladys Lorigan Mathilda Skinner Frank G. Tremayne Geraldine Grant Agnes B. W'aterman, Head Miriam Calmenson Herbert L. French Grace Kendall Anita K. jensen Agnes J. Rae Wfilliam Samis john E. Wall ldella Blume LANGUAGES Marjorie Bailhache. Head Emma Croce Alice de-Bernardi Dorothy A. Hill Alice Lagan Theresa Oglou Kjlconice Pagliettini Florence M. Sevier Clement Zulberti GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alberta McNeely, Head RutlI Schoeppe Mary Drummond Helen W. Brown. Hygiene BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Thomas De Nike, Head Henry S. Lewis Karl Spitzer LIBRARY Mabel White Mary Foley R.O.T.C. Sgt. Clarence Kirkner OFFICE Evelyn Bright Rose Connelly COOPERATION 1002? IS THEIR MOTTO 'Victory activities represented are Red Cross, U.S.O., Disaster Relief, Air War- den Service, Ration Board, First Aid, Fire Watcllers, Auxiliary Police, Interceptor Command, Blood Donors, Nurses' Aids. IN THE ARMED FORCES: Navy . . Charles Schefliin, Louis Haas WAVES ...... Doris Farrell WAACS . . Margaret Lyons CAPTAIN MARGARET LYONS The Color Guard Leads the Way ITH the lasting memory of supreme sacrifice as an ideal in the minds of present Galileans, highest honor is due these graduates who have lost their lives in perpetuating the Four Freedoms: The distinguished flying cross was awarded posthumously to LIEUTENANT LOUIS B. BRIGLIA U. S. Army Air Force, for heroism and extraordinary achieve- ment while serving as bombardier on a combat mission over enemy occupied Continental Europe, on November 9, 1942. MAJOR EDWARD F. LARNER Killed in a bomber crash in New Guinea. ENSIGN EUGENE FIGONE Killed in a plane crash near Norfolk, Virginia. ENSIGN DION O'SULLIVAN Missing from his submarine. LIEUTENANT GEORGE MILLIKEN Former student body president, missing in action. 0' X The Cadets Pall in Line lst Lt. Philip Lim lst Lt. Nfcmnrcmc Schnc-idcr Capt. Bertram Oldham 1, g 2nd Lt. Waiyne Smith 2nd Lt. .lack Cartman Capt. Robert Navarro They March Ttdwaurfdl Victory Maj. of Cadets Alfred Dc Martini Capt. Lester Cole Capt. Willirxrn Fricccru M4 X25 . Lt. Col. Herbert DiGrazia Capt. Angelo Casella 2nd Lt. Thomas Tachis Capt. Adj. james Linden ul' K Z: '. 0 ,,,L.g,g as I' 'sv i' I . W, E f flmnpnrmy A ummnmlmdul lw CAPI. N.lv.u'ro Cunlpuny D CUlUIlI.ll1dCii by Capt. lxatcr Clnlc Cmnmm' li mu1lr1.1mlul lw Capt, Xwillium Fricccro Galileo R.U.'l4.C, lmmd commanded bv lml Lt, -lack Cartn mpgmy CQ L'UIIll1l.lI1klL'll by Expt. Dmmld Amlnrwn Oilicurs and Giudunw L-xucuting Otiim-ra Center ' W5 M t 4' mf Q +-4 1 Sl1l'l'llR'l' 6 3' GIQ1' S'I'lIIll'ITN'l' M ' ' 'I'l-Il.I'ISlIUI'l'2 v I I ' . :mf I ZA., I , 4 x V GALILE0K4sH eH sc:-soon. R11 XXAY KH l'uw il:-nu .vs lw1k'x4k'44v R1XksHK3 N14 !'m',SLw.v+ fi . ru ' W 3' 1 H A 'V Ti 4n,1i.4, 00 .,l W V . . ' . A.'k 1 ,sl A V Q Sw if , , -f. - A ill' ,I . X x7,A 'Q ,A ,xrx bi ,1y.1 . V -' If W .... ,f l,,.. J ! N K Nl '::..1.4w'nimx. wxbwn, . lea M. N- Yllll'l'M 0 .YQ an ,nu am Mlm!! H hkr the m-my ua .Il,f,rv: LILURIA QvI.A'I'l"lfI.'l'I1li, HAIU RIWHIXJUNY, L-LORIA 'IUMMASINI nl mfr, nluzfn: link Mull., Manu NMR, femur vfn, lfffnfl: Nullyn limclli. -Ill.lllllC I-Uffzrlfv vnu' .II-1111: Ig-H R1-xyllu, lbmriyy Iilt,l li.ulm1.1. PM Mxlin-Lx X.4ffr1.f MN: PM Hr-ml11uu,,Iull.l'l Rcmlurl. lflfffzr' -lUllIll.lIiSlll Kxlnlvlu. CQluli.x K.1m', lfflflr mu: Ring-111.lly .uslx.1ll, Maxxum- Sclllu-mlm. ml.1v xn .un-mu. Mxllm. UIAIIICN Lxmlcu. fnhrxlnu jul. Publications By GLORIA ToMMAs1N1 Jas Editor-in-Chief, Telefrope In preparing the 1943 Telescope, the staff met with many difficulties. The book, in unconventional style, is characteristic of war-time Galileo. Every page is presented in an informal way. The staff gratefully acknowledges the help it has received in the preparation of this book by the admin- istration and the faculty. Numerous journalism students have been awarded prizes for their work in essay contests. They are: Gloria Tommasini, who won Hrst prize in the "Making America Strong" contest, and Gloria Glatfelter, who won second prize. Honorable mentions were received by Haig Rushdoony and Marilyn Fanelli for partici- pating in the National Scholastic's sports and editorial contests. The Pendulum published articles to promote pur- chase of bonds, planting of victory gardens, and giving of time and energy toward war-time drives. As usual the Pendulum provided Christmas boxes for needy families. The National Scholastic Press Association has awarded the Pendulum the "All-American Award" for the fourth time. The Staff wishes to thank the advisor, Mrs. Marjorie Cullen, for her help in making the book a success. To Miss Mary Foley and the Service Club go the appreciation of the Staff for their great financial aid through contributions from both Luggage Day and Daisy Mae Day celebrations. The members of the Staff are Haig Rushdoony, Director of Publications, Gloria Tommasini, Editor- in-Chief of the Telescope, Gloria Glatfelter, Editor-in- Chief of the Pendulum, Marilyn Fanelli, Associate Editor, Telescope, Marie Mark, Managing Editor, Pendulum, Dick Mack, Sports Director, Peter Giorgi and julian Rendon, Sports Assistants, Judy Reilly, Girls' Sports, Leo Revello, Circulation Manager, Monroe Schneider, Business Manager, Telescope, Rosemary Millin, Organizations, Joanne Browning and Gloria Kane, Social Editors, Pat McGee, Copy Editor, Pendulum, Delio Domenconi and Bob Odessky, Advertising, Pendulum, james Linden, Staff Photographer, Pat Marshall, Art Editor, Telescope, Catherine jair, Exchange Editor, Pendulum, Rita Bar- boza, Exchange Editor, Pendulum, and Dorothy Kimble, who helped considerably in the Telescope set-ups. xl The Student Body and CClla1,ss Officers The Student Body and Class Officers planned activities to further the war effort. Thirteen "Jeeps" were purchased. A carload of student body officers invite you to take a pano- rama of life at Galileo-keyed to the tempo of today '... to see Galileo's administration . . . classes . . . activities . . . sports . . , societies, Dari llegovitli Marilyn Fanelli n tifiiliim Pii'iiil'i ul lames Linden Pri will in liarl Massoni 'laitzilmi Shirley Ryman 3ti1i'liH'l This year's enterprising low senior class ioined the ranlts of oldtimers with poise and confidence, Staging the superla- tive Senior Day Show proved their mettle. Ted Giamhruni , . , . Pri iiili ill Verna l.ee Hunter . . . ,Yi'iiif.1f y t olleen Mcloerney . , Vit t' l'ii'i1ili Nl Ditk Mack . . . Rufirt ri fiiiillft As the symhol '43 changed its meaning from a promise to a nostalgic experience, the senior class looked hack upon three successful, colorful years. Senior classmen hit the stride early with the appointment of a Senior Council hy class president and vice president -lack Colton and Betty Hortong the unprece- dented Senior Breakfast proved worthy of heing carried on as part of Galileo traditiong the Senior Day Barn Dance, com- plete with hay, a slide, and 'litterhug's Corral, added another feather to the high seniors' capg and now the final senior activity-the prize Senior Prom, and finally graduation-a testimony to three great years and a promise for the future. lane Pool, Iid Dailey, Betty Horton, lack Colton, Mary tiatherinc Soljnk Students? Council President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Custodian . Chief Yell Leader Assistant Yell Leader H-4 Representative L-4 Representative H-3 Representative L-3 Representative H-2 Representative L-2 Representative . Miss McNeely MEMBERS Anvrsoas . james Linden . Marilyn Fanelli . Shirley Ryman . Earl Massoni Dan Begovich . Dick Mack Donald Kane . jane Pool . Dick Mack . . Bob Styer . Christine Ortega Dorothy Cunningham . Albert Ambrose Mrs. Maas Mr. French Mr. Cullen 4 1 'Ulu C,.AsclI.1 H4144 liLlNlnInwr1x, l'.1l Vnluwn, 'llxmvtlw Clxux fXtlI'llYD IHIIIUHI, Alg., Gralduaumicon Speakers 'I' ll lf F U U R F R If 5 M 9 LIDO X XX'IiRli C.HOSliN AS THE 'l'HliMli Ulf THE CERADUATION UN 'llINli li, 1945 SPliAKl'RS ling Rmluimmy .,... , . lzlfrwflzllfflrl 'l.llIU1f'lX' Clicks . I'-nufurzl nj jjfpmfv Allgulu c.lNL'H.l , l"mLdun1 nf ll' umfvjv I,.lfl'iLl.l Pk'IL'l'Nl1I1 . lfnufrwz fmm llfm! N.u'1lx'r1 limclli . . lfmuhnll fflllil lin TIMIP: H IPM. Pmc IQ: Wfnr Mcmon-i.1I Opera House l' ww: LI.lNSIlK'l!-Nt.lY4lIC I 5 uruplv, lL1lI'klUIl "5liL'k4' 3 lumw .md I-cllIlgL'I'H ' Swnin ffwzhrf lidward Furn- lmulu, KO. I ,C lmml- nmxlcr whiz. by wk? if E332 ffww winning thc all-L lxixtuiw' L'UllfL'5f. 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Q Q an 7 IL A , Q imlmlc l.nnc R.unlr1:z lmwictl 'Inj' rffu. lil! fu rlqlvl: llctty Ablmtt, Mary Agcno. Bflllvlll fuzzy lil! In vlglvl: Ethel Artcgiani. Iulin sul! un thu Scnmi' Kunntil ll.u"-:lil Allwcrti. Betty Luc. D-rnaltl Amluisun, Mil Articim, Vera Axim, vluhn llunclli. Lnuisc lhllitn mn: Angclini. Nmnm H.lldnsm,ui, Class mf mime: 43 'I aff row, lvl! In riglvt: Virginia llgllcxtrcri, Anllmny Hnlmlricri, S.ulic lhilcstricri, Rita ll.nrlmz.l, Mzissis Hmliiyuiri, Kilim.: Hurtirli, lulxn liingintli. Alfred Bianchi. 'CQ Qi- 1 9 linllurzl row, lil! Bidm, lmuix him, Regina Buttcmiller. lo lilxglvl: Victor Binnclxi, rlmncs Bilwcr. I.uli'.iim Penny liirilaall, juyrc lliiliup, Bc.1trn'u Bmngim, 'A 1:- 3 i " Sf" 3 ' gg. . . I C . f I1 ,i m , l A ' I 1 VVA- - s Q I A Q x Q? -fs, -- X My -- - -I E.,,-15 . I Q 6- r ! . 1-Q i ' E Q - , - s 9 I 3 k 11 . 6 'N' 6 A E . ' , " , A r ' ' 9: -QQ- ' Hz V 4' ,. If Emi, 1 ,V M. I Af? -.Eat ,,,, Tuff mfr. I4-ff 11, rigbrs Olga Huttinclli, Roger Broussal. jmmne Bfflmm mm. lufl lu figbzx Xvilliamw fumphcll, TIlCl'CS.l f..HI'lCl.l, Qlguk Humming, Klxutun Brown. AIJFY Brurc, Anthony Hrllmv, -Imcphinc f3H1CP.I, Samuel 1 ardwcll. Lilllilll f.4nrtur, Angelo K .uclI.1. lla-lu Lus- Brunu, Lnurcmc Buumristinni. pzlry, .I.lIIN!f- C..lstm. Class uf Yfflv mu. lil! In Ilgbff H.1rx'yI,hnn, l.1ll'l'LliIlUf1ll.lIl, Slxumzm Pham. Timmie I hsw, A1.lI'fC Clhiappcll-vnu, Aluscphinc ZA-ilcr, Q 4 X nw ' V' V' , . Ii-K ' i' 'W' 5 -1 5 k A R -55. I K .l ,pn-Q. -QIP3 liullffm mu, lull lu rlglvlf Ruth Khin. Cnrxr IHC fiinqumi. Adcliwe Lircllr, Fl-name Lirimcli. Ed- uard Klohlc. Lester Lulu, .W f 54" ww' ' A ,' v',- s ,,.,,, .rf -Kvl ' Nu. I tummy nun nl G.1l1lcu, Hrunv Dutton, hui il lixt ul .11- livltics lu his ucdil 4: page lung. XVln-:Incl thcru's .uwlhinu du- ing. Bruce ix surc tu bc H1 thc n1idstm il. ,,f' .-ff' 'T X! """' -"" ":" - ' X' 4 6 is J gf 4 45- si R S. . Q Q f L 'l f ' I 'Q 0 f 'Fi . ff 2 l X f f 4 B I Z YC 11 4 k l 1 ll I Q. ll Wirxncl' ul llw -All-hlulm ulmlll 'lffff mn. Ill: :ff uyllls Nirk lolirluidns, -lguk Url- linlmnf mn. fwfr ffl vfglvf: ,lulm Ckuunlllx, Shun hl1:lkcspL'.1l'u:ll1 Ul'lfCSl, lulun mu, llclty Young, 'I'Imm.xs fmxrgli.x, -lmuplxinc' Kim XVung, AntlnmvlH'Au1unsm, Ellxuul llallux. Rumlnn dnl .1 lgnml lull ul mnx l l'L'NmI, Uurnrlmx C rlst.mtL', Ruse Dtl Kl1i.ll'u, Alflwl llcl f lll,lm4 rug Sllnkcspcnrr. ll,ulx. .uml MINUTE WA llllflg. Class Ulf' mum 43 lily will llff ff, fflfllfg Allll-ll IM Mulnxn, lk-tty lkmm, Ruw lluyymli, Iiffllffm mu. ll!! in Ylglllf Rum l71ut.l. M.uxlyn lUUCPllllL'l', R-vlwxt xylvll llrxc. VIIILUDI ll: fum. HL-flvuxt D1 ivrzum. Dxlm Dxrwlll. llmm-rguu, Rellwlt Wbng, Huttyl3.-uglmurly,l.lcn1 llunnpg, lilunn- Dutton, Ru.: llxsw. LIL-lmlpc lllmxcrmlwum, sz - l 6 . 5- Q, 1 uv 1 in .3 ' l l l L ' ,, I l N . f X has .M I 4 .. ..'- Q Q- 1 - fig' 15 6 , if N 'Q Q' Q . l ix I ,X Lili, x .. 1 Zzq ,A 3 - , ww . ..f:' S X 9,1 I 3: . 1 ,N A I N: J? 'Wi ' K 1' .A . I Tuff mar, lvjl In rlglwlf Ernest Enrelan. john Esbia, Edward Wimng, Bulmm mum' Dale Forbes. Wfilliam Friucro, Laura Gaglionc, Arthur Marilyn Fnnclll, Russell Fazio. Lufy Wfong, Mary Fong, David Fong. Trnxt, Hclun Gnmlwito. Ellis lldxlll, Elaine Gugiulo, Nxtlulcinv Cin-r, Class of une .qt 'Iwfv wir, lu!! ru figlvlx Riclmxxl Giamnini, Elizay 130110111 wuz lull In righls XVillinm Gordon, Mar- Florence L.1mlrum. lust an cuts beth Gibxon, Elu.1nor Giuliatu, Gloria Glmtfeltcr, gucritc Gorham, XV1tltcr Corelli, Lorraine Green, .ts u tupczlkc. was sucrutalv ol Elisa Gonznl-Q, Don C' Ll m mu man. Albert Grossi. Albert Guido. the Low Seniors in the F.lll, A .4 x L Y ,. .,.. Q lzp 5 .,,. A , Ii bu nb J, :,:,, b HDIVA I .I 2, :vi if Mn-mlwr ut lln' Scum: 1.-umul, lualxm- lhzmrxlng un Lmmus Im hcl gulduxx-lui lmka, ,uni I-ll hcl punt-nl .u N-u1.ll l..ht-rn ul the Vcmiulum. , ffm : 1 krs' ' V X 'v-vA' E s A' ' ff if 7 Av,, - 4 -Q -f-,Q ff f Q 1 I W., Ni ? Q QIAV Q b 1 .4 X X 4? 1 .PX 5- A F 3 l A A mx A I I NM x 'lff'r wn. lrfl IH IIIUIYII Gurtludc Hall, Nalrlcaln Hffllnm wir, fwfr rw rllulllx I.uqucl1nu H llnmn. 1 Huxu, Lvlfnm H.1m-lor, Iixlwarxl ZL-l.w41. Dumlln' Allmn Hwng, Bcity Hinton, L.l.ulvs Hunt. lmcplx X'i'1'ulxt. Nl.ul-rn llcvumn. .ILlkllk'If.l. Ruth l.u-vhs, Class mf un 4 lnjf muh faIlIu:11gffl.'llcHl4,L -lcl.ll1x. Umm Ig-mug, XX lllmm tlnlmxtuu, limlffrll mu, llfl In 1i4ul'!.' KAIML-lilac Kctllul, Dumlhy Kimble. Alum liulngml hlulurmun, im:-lun .ll-urs. I,u1l.ung YI-uucuwu, lf:-fu K.uk.1s, Kung. XVimg l..1l. Flmumc lnlmhum. Fwd l..m. ,I.lmc5 ldxwwu j.unus KL-hlm. Bum' Lev. A . Q, Q W . ,vs 5 3 W . 'M L if ,Q on : ' . - lf Iv x at Y 1, X A X f D A a ' A G ' -K W 1 1 in X? R .A v n i i 'A - js . s H -, fi :Q - ,,, : an if , " V 1 I Q 'N 1 X , 'X A A X In W E4 L . 2 W lnrr L 9' 5 ' 7 l "' I l f .:2f2"i ' f z: ,,-: '. ,L A 4 1 3 . f-' L -'2-A ., 1 , V i f I , vr.: in 'H Q U .Q I . 4g K A 1 b L . -iw-gi L 1 1 Q ,fe 4 ,44 , 'lip mu, lull In viglvl: juhn ff. Luc, Daisy Lee, john Lee, Lorraine Barium mfr. lrfl 10 flghls lwlnrslmll Lew, Pan Loy. Philip Lim. james Luc, Ruse Frames Lcc, Alifc Leung. Irene Leung, Rnse Leung. Linden, Bencdcttu Lomclc, Peter Lummori, Lula Luuic. Mable Lum. Class Ulf UH 43 lfffv rf u, lull in ziglvf: -Iumctlc L.LlCkllCSI, Alcan limi ffm. ll!! In rigln: lNlilflC Mark. Vml.x Mules, Lum. Ruse Mnnuinl. licrtlm Mnnzclln. GIuri.a Eluumm' Marsh. Pntririn Mxrslmll. llolurcy lXl.u, lixcryunu ix p.nlu.ul ll. 'l'lmm', M-Hill. l:I'1lI'IkCN M-HH llnc7. Earl Nassnnl, fhcw, IXXIQL' P11-xy ful lux ll.nx, X .-'f L RQ X L alfa, 0 1 ws "- T "5 'iv L- 5 'N T S K Z fx? W gg' K 9 x .V y ,v 1 ""' 'I l .X I .V,,. : ffl 1 'H Mnliunc, Vasu HUIIUWI M113 lvl! in rlghls i.nrml:lin.x lXlurcllu. il Zulwiri, Marv Lum Moy, Robert Navnrm, MM' Nevin, Alvirm Ng, Sllirlcy XVnng. Class of unc 43 Iifflmfzf YUIl'. llfl In riglvzf Em Parents. Yinlu Pcdwm-, Amlrox PL-1.n. Pzmnm l'L-lclwn, B.u'lv.u'.x Phillips, Nurnm Pifnlui, Putcr Pita, 'Lulu Plml. L 4, 4 5551 'lhp ,hug lgjf ff, yfglng Irene Pvucy, Florcngg Pufti. Elsu Quilici, janv. Bfnrfuu may Iv!! In P'l4Zf7l.' Leu Rewllu. juan Rueber, Phyllis Rinsin- Rnmircz. fnmtnntc Pzxndazzn, Evelyn Zippuni, julian Rcndun. Guido guna, Haig Rushdnnny, Shirley Ryman. Ray Szllumnn, Priscilla Sama- Rcpclto. nicgn, Mndelmu Sunmlmiiln. Class Ulf 'lfflv mu lull in ljklfblf Janice Sundllolt. Tillie Sam Filippo, Glnrim San Martino, Catherine Sanznne, Lena Snrnccnn, Munruc Schneider. MHC Bffllnru row. Inf! In figbl: Elvira Setting. Arthur Sheehan, Lew Smith. Wlayne Smith, Mary Snliak, Herman Spilmcr. f M ii, -y x W A l 'X Smiling jeffrey Owen, pc-rsunality plus. T1 l51un.x s nl ns lf um In Ullxnu, Lx lg 4 Qu XX.lllg-lx, U ax, lt 4 nn In 41 xx ux L lx HIL 1l,ll. 9- is E 6 X V 1 X 4 A w 1 " QW- , , f wg fs ' la , 5. . A , . -. i n " I .5 is Vx S I ' I - 4 4 . -5 :I 1 vi, ,, Yup vnfl. fill fu rjgfvfj Arthur Andggryynl jggnqnq Kuhn, Exulvn Hfllulll may frjl lu rlglfl: Walltcr CZQLCAIU, Alike Lurclli. Currgc HL, ,t-UU. Dm fqL.g.,x,,1,, ,UN-g fxltugv Chu,-,ull Hmwn' VC,-nk, q4,,1,, I ixclli, james C hun, Ruby C'h.xn. jane Kllmxx, Tummy Lhnnn, Yu u K nugrm, jglrk I .u'm1.ln. K IU-NL JLEILSS mf mace beer .43 ,X 4 h K 1 E I Xi? Adm, uuupuncr, .md pmlllxl wx 'lfffv wir. Ll! In riqlvlf Axsunhl funullnlmm, M.u1L- Iimfnfrl fffu, Aff ff, fy-qlug 'Img DJ Sim Mulino. Vu l.ulxu,hkm , A , Xl-fu un Dm C-um, Fmmcx lD'.-Kngclw. R-vw IJUAI, Tumngx Sing l7urrix.m. Loc Dunslwu. klgnk Ertula, Iguk Lllwlc xxundurs with Ill-vw hlnlf. l7cCn.nr1dr. lflwlm IDL-M.1tci. lillvluxr, Ruger Fwmg, :uni ulntc kcyx, ar L. 1.1 in i. WP 3 g A 4 1 Q J 'K I M fi 7 - ' ., Q., is q M N Q 'Z Q 'X I ' ' 95 6' 11 1 'U 5 I if 37' We 1 Qs 0 Go-X 'Y ' NL H Y . L X - -v"v- I , -' 3 ll f S Std 1 is E ,W 1 V :" sxi - H- f - ' ' 452' f lt -.. l.Ivll.llm' 'Hwlmuu xnxx lmhllwlr IH," IH, lil: lf' HU!! M1114 l:l.lllml1i, Inmx lfmllf Iiffllmlf fun, l1ll lff !IYLj!'l.' 1.11.1 Cvru. Mngrxx hu, Inn .n flux Ilux nn ilu 4.1l1..m.l uv-mu, ffl-um I7n.mk. Ru.: Ifunu, CQ!-um CQ.m1lw.l. Nmmu Occ, l7r.uuinv Glu-1. CLI-um Gln-,Q 'IQ-.1 lx .1 nm-mln: ul tlw Mun-K lvl'+ll4l Cv-lwll. linnnlwlulmx. rlulw iuulull. 1H,f' M, 1 Class mf Qegmbe 43 fm' lumen- Cm.lxI,1mvuv, Cyn-l.4i.il1w HAH. Ixiulwv llclllx M.nl1xu Lum I Ilhnllm' l.m111,4 l.u1, Hill k.lm'llls, Auuuxhl lmn... Hull Xlul, I.ux. sex l 0 , 1- 'ff' if . Sf Q, 3 ,, A I lzffflffrlf mu. fllf' lf fiufflf .'Klm.m l..m7.n, Inu I..l Kms, .-Xunu Lum. lunm , M.llwl l.c,'. May Luc. Sylxig lnulc. l:l.xl1wx l.mulx ' Q . - -. Q 4 2.1 'G' 5 H e. 1 P 'MV ,- 4 s. v I, HX ' -1, ' A f - ff' V X PLA is 1 4, .,..,,,.. , Q I I . .,., r f Q i kt B , sv 4 knl., -I .:.T,., Q A,,, A - t W 5 Q A' r ,, f r W f , 1' ' YW' wuz lrjl In uglvlf Vinnrr Luhuslmkin. Dilk Muck, juscphlnc lin:fo1z'r'n11', lffl lu liglwls Lung Khin, M.rrtlm Mullmvxuy, .gf Ruse Mul- lNlQlfKlFlL7, Farrell lxlLf,lll'1Y1. Umllcun lNl1lncrncy.Geurgs lNllKr.1y, Rusc- PNY. HCFUYU Olllhilm. NHUCY U'NUil, Hclcn Ong, llunltn l,llll7.llC. mary Millin, Annhclla Moser, 1-lulcn Oxsynng. Class Ulf Dceuenimlberr 43 lnfr wuz lull! lff rllufflx Erncst Pnggl, Vlnscplrlne linlfwu fwfr. lull lu rilqlfl: Rnlwcrt Sturm, -lc.mnc Hlmk cldllxlSllllllifHll1Il1IXlL'L" Puuhlrlsi, Cvluria Rmggiu. Wfillinm Rusaia, Gloria Sxrmtmu, Eleanor Spanxninatm. SuL'i.mnr, XVinifrcd Tlmnmw, Lorraine Tlmmurc, man. -luck lirtuln is "l.Lrxcnmx" Clyde V.u:1ni, Wfillinm XY"CilNCl', to his fric-mix, and strirtlv BTU, -,.,.,., H Zl' X l:" f 2" Xl 5 K 6 3 it ,... Q gl '2-1- 5 Q J M rrr al l rlr 'Q r r :Ei f , l "-- frfv M I --"' ' fi 1 V ,-,,,,, "LEX : G AL lla.. 5 u:- ....-..-.- null! wr Q ,aaa 1-an I ,H 1. Iulw I-I lun Klum Hull vu .lfw.ple.m .I.I1-,v H. 4,l, r 1 :Unk Iq- llmrl ll. Up and Qwmimg ,QMVQTS .ll HJ! ll.: l-lx mm: -:V ilu lfmllunll lm.lm, lll' uw lm lwll. www ,u lllmk if wxxmlll l'.ll llwrlcl lllxl-lul ilu' 4l.lw In llxu t.mll. lulxulu ll.lM hlsxlvuu .lrnmmw ,lull Ilml umm ul lnl lltr, liflrrfffn :flux llf1:f1 fm!-I lx'wpul.u ll-nl' Nur um K-lu.lllx uv-ul lx 1. I nllvrmu lm. lm ilu l'4lululm1l mul. llull .1 Im All 4lIv utlucr .nml .lllllull-. llS.'I.' INN, Nr-mnr l--V nm Xl llm ru lu ul wll nlllzm lwuwv lun, mfxx vlm tum, m.nlc lux l'llxx.llllx. In-xx. SAI!-nm. AI.lll. lltllkllnl, l'1l!1-, lh-ls-mu. IH--um Kumi llw l--1-llwlllxllllllu I lw M.mm.4lur. Quill, Quwlk. l'HN, M-lplllllw. M.1w1ln1u-1, kllvslulllx If fm ' Mm! I1-lnlxzxilllvvx lmrpu Hr ilu I5l.l1m umm llfvll-vm. Yllmlw, f lun. lnvlw. lu, lu: f .ml--, Xuxlun :X umlllllllu y-lm. lu 1 l41mvl,vl:w..-, urlvlnxl llxgln yurxwu -vllnnu, lvl! ln mm lmm um lnulx, Rug ifrml mumwl lvlxlll-1-lx K- Il-vml 1' llll Wall X1-1 l'vu PM X1lhu.l'xlx IM-l. Apvlullu. .xml llmllmll. Cllalss nf lhunne 21141. The High junior class maneuvered into thc limelight by putting on one of the best rallies ol the term. lli-,ISA MISS K R01 li Imp wus NVQ-llx. Ola-mlng, U'l:.nrcll, Rrunuurll, Hruntlett. llfff.fffm.- Munn-ll liyuu. Cnnuulll. Herzllrln Skull. lflidlibi MR. SPITZIER 'Inf' 11,11 J Uluml. 'l'lmrn.lx, Fung. Fisher. Yee, .llllfzflrt Suits, Lf-lrvllu. Vullw. Slllcmmc. K.uwl, Iifflffmlx S.lh:1tlnl, Kun, ljultlll. Kh.m, llnnu, Hi-JW MRS. OCQLOU 'Imp roll J l'.nlnll.1, Hlerr-v, Health, lNl.1nxc11u. .llillrlllf S.lm, lllllrxlxunn, XVUIN4. Fung, Plym, li11llHnl.' l7m1.n, M.u'L'l1ettl, lrmr,n.1ll-1, lprnule. lxlllflllll, l,ut1. 'E SL ye. .. HS-JUS MRS. MURPHY 'lf,f1 mn J Lnunlxx, lllnr, rX'ulx'cw5, Afllunsu, ,lIn1'rllv: Collier. HL'YL'l. inter. lldxstlll. Bllcli, liffllffmx Anhliugu, H11nn4.ll.mn, HS--ll!-MISS GRAY 'lffff :Hu .' Nunez, Lluilwltn, Fmncr, Punk. Mcfllxntll, Renter, Mui-eu. clU.lxl.lMllIl1. M1.llllr.- Mutincz, Giclli, jnhe, lnlwc, Lee. 1 lnnn. Fung, I l.rrk. liffflfwz: Kms, Kullf Iluwetlu. Young. XY'-urge l lun, ML-lu-vl, M.uuln-ll.l, jxfl 31. Ak, J' W. Q High Ifumincmrs HYSUI MISS DUNHAR Yfffv mfr: XVUIIL-, Kulu-11. Murphy, Uglus, P.n'iLh, Ynlluntmx Fisk. .YlnlJl4.' Rnylnuml, Kunl. P.lync. lfafcntmx, Ruguls, NL XY'illi:xms. XY".1ltn-rx, liffllfmm' PUIKUI. Allmm-1, Mass lylllllhll li,llL'+Ll, Mululll, XV1tl. H1150 MISS4Al.MlfNS1JN 'lujz wuz' DcM.H!clx, Liluun, Rinlmlnis, Uunllucl, .HIJJIK Ilukx. 'I'nwxl. Kumi. Lhmld, Kul.ul.1li. lffflrmng l:.u.ml.u, Dm- , . . X llhL'l1ll, Klkcl. Shmkxx.xx'. l'.llX.1lx.uu. IHA-HH MISS KAIVIKZ 'I U1 wir: Vfnnlmu. ugln, hm, Mum-11.1, PJ Ll, .H1J.Il..- Znlrlll . P Plenum. I.ukL', Cumnuns, Hnmurtln. MlI.un. li1,f1f'rf1.' Ulull M.n1sI1.lll. RVJIIIII, Amlluumlnk lK.u.l, H4-ml MR. SC Hl'I,'l'ZBI5RCv 'lwfl H1113 Tuhv. lfiiulnuxglx. Paul, l5uM.nllnl, M-vrvln-.mg li,f,'1fm1.- li.1xui1m. Alvunm, 'I'.u.mlim, RL-nkc, lirmun, Hi-IW! MISS SKINNER 'lnff mn ,' Fung, Ifdupxxds. Rltxnhcl. Hnllcmlllcr. Huhhlnxun lDmm"u'nmi. jcung, .llnlfllu KQIUHLI, Dunn, Kully. Klux.: lwltc, Flint, lhlly, Hnllix, linllffm: I.lm'P.1, Suriv, Fung.: M.nMill.m. Mus SRIIIHUI, Allmlmv, l.1vg,nnn. lil.nsx, Class of December 414 With a year of seasoning under their belts, the Low juniors took no back seat in the chariot of Lion activities. Their novel "join a Club" rally and dance were pronounced a success. lliylils Patricia Derc, former S. B. President nt' Francisco junior High, buzzes arouud being busy in class activities. l.rjl: A combination of charm and capability. Marina Bei served as president of the H2's in Fall '-ll. and carries a straight A card. Li-504-MRS. VHRISTENSEN 'lffprf-11'.' lntagliata, Nichcl, Delvlartini, Sikol, Piscin. Cfmnetta, Gans, Tlmmpsnn, james, Kfalsajas. Tarantino, Wong. Alnfdle: Brunbcru. Latz, Dim, Newbauer, Gauze, Price, Nannini. Agazzi, tlmy, Fan. Iiufmm: Ortega, DeMaurn. Rusellini, Fruitianu. l.misol.1iur1c. Leguittu, Bei. Fung, Dere, Klhin, turmdl. 1.5-H7 MISS BAR'l'LE'I"l' Tuff rnzr: Fisk. Tnlksdur, Vuurhies, Gill, NY'ilsun, Dutton. Alirlrllu Weinhuld, Samis. Lum, Luc. Otis, Valente. Bffrmwx Yung, Leong. Morcllu, Matlci, Yuen, Wfung, Rios, Rlglvfx Low junior Ot'txcersfPresidenl, Ralph ffurcurang Vire- Pfhicltfii. Mildred Cmnetlztg Secretary-Treasurer. Felix Duagg Representative, Lhristina Ortega. l.tfl: Betty Nvcinhuld, as secretary, took the minutes for her class last Fall. and also belonged to thu Mexsen-ters and Ging- lauuettus flulw, -Q 1 1 U ,A SL 9 w ,- lx! an N KN Lcouw umninonrs L5 SHOP S MR. DIEASY Iufrm11'.' f.l5XlSNLl. Urlll. Plulclll, Av,nlfxu.1, ll.llwuls, .HIJUL 'nuli, l'L'tc'lm'l. Hmxxn. I,.lw.ul. 5.xl1u-li.u1, lif.ufw1.' 'lkmgu uf P 1 " lsuull, l.xp.nl, X ul.ll. M.lltllm. Li-50:1--MRS. DRUMMUND lwfv r-0141 Ihviuy, Hmm, Llnllmlt, KL-lly, Slum, l:.llkl'l'llVCl',l Vitale. .HnlJl4.'Il1m, lhul. Turin. Bravu. 'I'oln.ny. Rmsl, Lux lin-mix, liullumx lluling. Stmzllcllu. Fung, K.u1wl, I.u1clIl K.ulull.ll, Duglg, fulm. I3--ml M ISS TAY Ll JR lap mir: Hnuwn, l,L'L'. Wfciss, Luc. Fung. .lll.l.ll4.' XVUHQL, 5.ll1.lyl.lIl. Imxt, Nlmmlxk, Dnnu, Iiff11,fu1.' 5.u'.xxl.x, XYulLl1. Rum. I -vulnalm. MfN'.null1. 1.5-'Maj MR, 'l'RIiMAYNl7 lffff mfr: Ruwn. l:mr1.:.u-:1. Muntudlnl. Dc! lu,1mA lifflrffm: -L: Chan, lXlunlullx, I1.ux'.1 :lx lu, K lun. YY'u11:. I,Sf3f-l MRS. RAIE lfffr wily' Nllllm, Lmldlamg, Lux, Clmn. .H1J.ll4.' Lmulf 1, f.!II, Gnu. XV.1tmn, Yum. lifffrnzrzg Kun-ll-1, Kulumnwl, uhn-si, Allililhlli, Young, Class nf Hume Y 41,5 Lrll: Virginia Neff. that cute gal with the everlasting hmile, helped to lend the Low Sixphs in the Fall as their Vice Prexy. Rigfvl: Dianne Chicchi, at future Katherine Ciurnell. H2 PROJELTY SAFETY The safely sitn1p.sign is under the leadership uf Class president, Keith "Buddy" Silvermang Vine-President, Gloria Clulunniig and Secretary-Treasurer, Elmo Mugnani, The High Suphrnmire class was prominent in zicadeniic, :ith- letit, and mein! spheresg their Safety Rally and Virtury Dance were prunuunucxl tu be the "best ever." Lili: The l.-id is Ed Pluwden, and hix interests center iiruund tmtk and football, Rlgbrp Lower t'lassmen's favorite muple, Elaine Taylor and Hob Delmun. She is the furmer VrP, of M.-irina junior High. Rub is -rut for track and crew, ihoblfi . CO , , ? OO .. Q High Swphwmmxes HZ- ISS-MR, SAMIS T011 wuz .' Cuunlm, Pnmpci, Sdlnmult. Tung, Low, Lum. Jlnl.llr jmx, -Iucng, lusazyn, Quiliu. Klmn, Tum, Hmlfml: I.-ako Dulrufzn, C.u11p1lunu-1, Mr, Sanus. Pluwdrn, Fux, H?-SIU MISS Sl HOIZPPIE luffrfurxIDcINI.u1unu,5.u.1,Hrm.nm,G-nclml, Kclly, Du cilklllilh INLISNU, Alnlfllux l..lsngn.l, Hmmlxi. Sw.ummn. IXl.mmng, Grid Icy, liffffffm: liuxusu, BL-llzmti, Spv.-l.u11:1, Otfcnlmnh. Mnulxi H3-IUN MR. HIISTIER 'lffp rffzr: Slxultxhurgc, B.xlnrc1u, imtgl, juspurxun. Fnhlui IN11mgins. Mnlfllm .' I,mx', Gmdun, Khxn. Luc. liffl1f,rn.' Karla' lnqxgrm, Cinvlcr. liulluumini, Kcyt, Fraser. l,.mdu. H3--HI MRS. IZSAU Inf' ffmx' fmm, Amlth, C -vrun.1, Mnlflll : I..1I1urc, Cmndullu, lblllfilllllli, Lung, liffflfmlx I"I4u1ix, DcGuiu, SCIUCllL'iU, Tuiug. Cvcu, H2-.20-A MRS. GRANT Tuff mu .' DiGuu'im, Botti, Hacigzxllxpl. Zanctm, Sntllcr. Fuwlkm. Dcncvx, Mnlllluf Hnlnnidiu. blunts, lflmrcnlwrg. Malin- mlm, Kirdmlm, X3l'ing, liffflffnl: firami. ihrnpxxnclli, Cnlunna, Stcphcnx. lnnnizvam, Cullen, Class nf Hume '45 HQ BOYS' GYM-MR. DHNIKE Top mfr: Hills. Tnrverso, Pzmelli, Silvestri, Chin, johnson Hcgnlnnd. Middlv: Anderson, Detzen, Crescini, Wing, jeung flung, Olson, linflunzf flrizente. Ramela, Mugnani, Len jimcncz, Shelton, Peiry, Contreras. H1 SHOP 1-MR. SANDERSON T011 mir: Liiragassiantz, Lrcsccnti. lnglese, Fagm, Pindar lif,l.'um.' Ruse, Szmils, Cfastellu, Kinny, Aquirrc, H2-365iMlSS BLUME 'IW41 furry' l.uwnsc.lale, Slurkcr, Tuumcr, Kunz, Miner, DeLeunc Zccharin. Miildlv: Mirle, fianzlla, Blndgett. Tocchini, Close Blank, Rctcunn. Barium: Emu, Espinsa, Klunz. Clhicuhi. Mu rtsux, Ciinqulni, lNiiu'inLli. H1-5SSfMlSS BERNARD 'lbp mir: Evans, Mmhay, Recd, Minutoli, Woeber, Marcel linn, Dnrtligiaxfl, Pnciulli, lllldjlrr Faiarinl, Bordinaru, Km mer, Trutliri, Lcnni, Scofani, Sollars, Hallam: Leon, Ly W'nn2, jeung, Keeney, Schimmel, Fortune, Billed. H3--4l3gMlSS DUFF 7741 wzzg- Lchne, Hartsnugh, Griscz, Sample, Baldini, Di Grazia, Silverman, Sllvestri. Condon, Schumacher, Morley fllrzldlw Kmxpel. Alvarado, Kingston, Kane, Sugmve. Sim muns, Duhzlgzm, Stephens, Hendrickson, Morrison. Hallam Stlmunuvcr, MLDonell, Burch, Murphy. Snhagian, Soloman Salvcmini, Mulino, Anselmo. U'U Class ef December " 41.5 LOW' SOPHUMORE OFFlK'ERS PreQiilent .. ,.... . . ....,.... ,....,, . .. .. . . Orrin Knuwlton Vine President .,......... .,.. , .David Hifks Secretary-'l'reasurer .,,... ,....... S uphie Hale Represcntative ..,. ,..........,,.,,..,.,, ..,,....,,,.,.,,....,....,.,A. A l hert Ambrose The Lim Snplmrnure ilaiss, umelied in Galilen trnditiuns. hut 'lu time in taking its place in the Lion Family. The inc wax broken at the Snplmrnnrv: ReccPtion Dance, during whith the Sophie and Seniurs were given an nppnrtunity to get atquziinteil with eath other, Covering themselves with dirt and glory, the elim held Clean-Up campaigns earh week. Ll-4S7-- MR. ZEIDLER 'lofi rnrr: Pindnr, Mares, Ocsthgei, Villm'm.m. Araento. Mnlrllr: l-larringtnn, Pleassns. Pirmriic, Lew, Lirvcr. Hlflluffl Murphy, Toy, Went, Peters. I.2-401-MRS. JENSEN Trip rnux' Leon, Grassu, Paoli. Tusrhi, Taylur, Pisetti, Selli. Quung, Mirlfllr: Emery, D'Angelu, Pieri, Lee, China. Ny, linllufrlr Sanguinetti, Santillippn. Tnntrielln, Russia, Viilli, Lou, Wiin. L2-5Ul-fMRS, ALPERS 'Inf mum- fonsnlazione. Mack, fjustnnzu, Dnlei. Lew. Ng. rllirfzllrh' Bravo, Gun, Germano, jue, Kfzirter. linllffrn: Lit- fiuextxl, Levine. Dim, Ends. L2-56l-MISS MURPHY Tuff rnrr: 0'Dunnell, Blank, Krynak, Franklin, Gummery, Butter. MacKenzie. Painter. Mirlrllv: Lambert, james, Pieranu. lirulaiyan. Stone, Reily, fnldwell, Bntlurrl: Peek, C'arbmn.lgnu, Tarantino. Rimh. Bnrtlini, Armentin, Porter, Gmmi. Lnw Snphnmnres L2 SHOP 2-MR, LORD Top row: Mansi, Shncman, Gregg. DeMartini, Filberti. M1z!n'lr.' Cooper, Lewis, Kohn, Flores. Fogles. Bulmms Pop- piano, Marino. Daniels. DeNatnle, Oneto. L2 -358-MISS THOMSON Top mu: Ripndas. Rnclriguez, Eng, Youtey. Lew. Accra, Machi. Middlv: johe, Leong, Hill. Parenti, Chin, Kong. Barzani: Minetti, D'QuzuQta. Adims. Vital. Delvlartini, In- graham. L2-202-MISS PAGLIETINI Tap n-mr: Passanisi, Bellunmini, Marino. ilampisi. Clanepa. Mnlzlli-: Giylinrti, Accetta, Gimgi, Brech. Bollom: Lee. Has- tcll, Evans, Pozzo, Lai. L2 SHOP 4-MR. ,IAKIOBSEN Tap mum' Mestmvifh, Massaferri, Seamard. Chin. Ragusa. Middle: Rankov, Lee, Ternullo. Wrung. Ragnzzinn. Hmmm: Wewng. Field, Znlezzi, Truscelli. Lew, L2-562-MISS SWINTON Top wuz' Schneider, Baldi, Ogle. Fanucci. Meth, Mesler. Middle : Napp, james, Barni, McGreal, Samni, Chin. Bollnm .- Asaro. Bacigalupi, Milan, Swinton, Ambrose, Knowlton, Hicks. A6 Swmce Swphs i 'Im' Alun-v ..,. I Lid 1-xiulhng IH h.isch.ull, Huh biuggg . . . lmpcs tn win ,i Blink "Ci" .is Former Prcxy of Fmmisiu vli, High. Flmimr h.ixlu-lh.ull. .ui-I Ilmtlmll. hu ihic! irltcnwt is spirits. Mlm-tti . , . incrnlmnts n.m'l rc-sis! Tclcscnpc .ide when Lnul'mi1tui with .i xiwlu like this. The L42 Silaogaum Was Mfflheauifn Up the Schwmiln lxccpiriu up ix ith lnuiilnui is Muy Inu I..ln1hurI. Armthcr ncxxumicr iv "'l'cr1'y" Stevens. who xuuim-1 . . . Mnly Inu siruhhul thu' I.mnx lczllly manic thusu nhi Lions xhiwu lxkc lhuy with Yum .viii Vxgm! h.idn't shunc in m.my .1 day. K1 GJ' fl' Q Q s-"1 U., 6,5 IR I, Q ' 4: 4' an fp I I , g ,-'11, V ' U A , 41 O INSURE high morale among the armed forces and civilians, a fine type of entertainment must be afforded. The Little Theater Club, the Music Clubs, and the Foot- lights Club furnish laughs for their audiences . . . thus mingling mirth with more serious aims. ! as 14 V? H we 4 M NSD'- December -1. will THE GALILEO LITTLE THEATER CLUB pr'r'.iw11i "EVER SINCE EVE" by l:I.0RliNlli RYIYRSON mul f,0l.lN liI.l'Ml'NlN mfr ACT ONE An afternunn in Nnvclnlwr ACT TXVO Si I-Nr UNI-: Ah-rut ten days later Srlwlf Two: Twn weeks have passed AK T THREE Thirty minutes latcr PLANE The Llovcr house in Preston, a small suhurlwan tin-.n TIMF: The present I, A S T lln order nl' appearance Mis. Llnver ..Y,.. johnny Lluver ,....... ....... Spud Erwin.,.... Mr. Llrwer... ....Lurraine Bitlia .Ruland 0'Farrell ..........Alan XV:-"t .........lerry Ets-Hokin Susan Blake .,... ,,.. . , ..,. Marilyn Fanclll Betsy Erwin. ....,....., . .... Mary Suliark Martha Willaril .............,........ ....,.,.. l .illian Walters Othcer Happy! Simmons ..,. . .....,,,.. john Ravzgazinn Henry Quinn... ...... .... .,..,... I . arry Ruuncristiani Lucybc-llc Lee .....,. r,.,. ,,.., N I irqinia Swain Preston Hughes ..,..., Firutlmll Players PRODUKITION STAFF I3im'lufr--Isabelle Orton, Esther Alpers ....julian Rcntlun .Yrmw-y-'l'uny Rinaldi. Sam Updyke, Pat Marshall, Iva Stark. Kay Kettler, Betty Dougherty r,'url1um'r--Par Petcrsnn. Gloria Tummasini, juanae Browning Tlrbvl Sr1luiiGlnria Luvctt, Pat Peterson .Wage Mnnugr-r-Angelo Cjecrliini Ylzlgi' A.i,iiilfn1li--flrnune Galli. George Ilirclli Properly lllarmgrur-Bf:tty Sylvester, Miriam Angelini. Lin' rainc Bidia, Jacqueline Hillman I.iglvlmg-Frank Guiilera Slrlgi' f.'fzr'pn1lrr.r-AGL-urge Cfirclli, lmime Galli, Carl Mihali- vich, Willizim Campbell ,Ywnnl 1iffrrliffDnri1Kl1y Wriglrt Sir ,'llmrv.' Marilyn Filnelll is literally carried away by Roland O'Farrcll's masfulinity. Middle: Reverse situations between Roland O'Farrcll and Marilyn Fa- nelli. Ginger Swain and Alan West. Bynum: "Heil: nu!" says Alan West to Mary Latherine Suljak. Acfniviifmines GIRLS GLEE CLUB Miss Keohan, Sfmnmr Top r-nu: Rodelein, Cunningham, O'Donncll. D'Angelo Ma-nctti, Goehcll, Butlcr. Ingram. Mirldlvf Garnhito. Yostsy Cole, Cullen, Puhio. Garcia. Minium. Iinlmnz: Latz, Paoli Q V Ilrunhru, Brocata, Xawli, Be-llanti. Dulfhiaro, jecung. FOOTLIGHTS CLUB Mrs. Alpem. Sfmn nr Top rnrr: Peck. Horton, Frnnchi, Barcato, Zuhiri. O'NCil Spry. Cullen, Moore. Middle: DeMauro, jnchetta, Luhushkin Halcslreri. Reilly, D'Urso, Kane, Bowan. Bnrlom: Fanelli Soliak. Mrs. Alpn-rs, Stark, Swain, Addiago, Lc-nt, Wright LITTLE THEATER Mrs. Esau. Sjmrzwr Tap mir: Fnnclli, Hillman, Ryman, Horton, Daugherty Goodman, Updykc. Linden. Middle: Porter, Eccleston. Glat- Iclter, Korl. Peterson. Tommasini, Giglintti. Dalley, Brown Balcstric-ri. Bulmm: Paredes, Heymar, Ortega, Gauze. Bidia Kettler. Swain, O'Ncil, Cohen. MUSIC CLUB I Miss Keohan. ,S'pnv1.im' Tap rnuu' Quiliri, Cair, Infzrnham, Goebell. Seeno, Ripits D'Guesla. O'DonnelI. Lew, Lewis. Middlv: Gatersleve, Solo mow, Cancellia, Tommasini, Peterson, Gordon, Tom, Minetti Iini1um.' Ravello, Rosellini, Carl. Brocato, Gotelli, Brunburg Kinsella. Latz, Bini, Passanisi. MUSIC CLUB ll Miss Keohan, Spmrmr Top mum' Bruno, Vidal, O'Neil, Jorgensen. Cerclli. Kent, Rumiu, Garcia. Allddle: Sheehan, Lartrncn, Linden, Goodman, I,cLuno, Paredco. Ifarl, Mincum, Brown. Bu1lwn.' Devincenzi, Field, Horvath, Gnribito. Dc-llihiaro, Cullen, Balestrieri, Activities KHEMISTRY I LUB Miis Tlminwn, ,Vjwrzim Iujv wir: Lim, DcMnrtini, Dcfirnziu. Fung, Alnlillr .' O'M4tI Icy, Heath, Ramirez. linlmnlf Glatfultcr, I .1rIsun, Kutf, Ortega Gauze. FRENPH K LUN Miss Lrlgaln, Sfffmtm .5 Tap rung' Peterson, Wriglit, Poucy, Mark, Rynmn. Mlildlr' 'I.tllUI11IlSII'II, Browning, Rnmircz, Hunter, Kirllstiyaw. Gihsnn linimnls Lullen, Brown, Horton, Bzilcxtricri. Forbc-a, Pzlrcnti ENGLISH CLUB Miis Mctzcr. Sfvmnnr 'lhfv wuz' Pntcrsun. G:tn1Im. Munfrcdini, Harris, Putin, fu mutta, Kchlnr, Pucti, Hlrmmticld, Harris, Snmbrniln, K rmtzmti O'Dur1ncII, Mint-tti. Suiwnl: Browning, Silvcstri, j1tt'uIws. Car discr. Nctf, Martinez, Hmwn, Pztrenti, Paul, Fisk, 0'M.1IIcy Mark, Rnsingnnn. Butler. Thirfls Pom-y, XVright, Gl.xttm-Itcr Gibson, Bnlcstricri, Lunninglmin, Karlsnn. juhnstun, XVtmtI-. Young, Kimble, Bulmr11.' Turnmaxini. Rmchi, Rocher, 0'Ncil Mini, Mtlxnd, Casclln. Mnssuni, Alhnnu, Wfuclwcr, Ley. KHINESE SOCIAL 1 LUB Mrs. Oglnu. .Vpmlmi Twp rfur: Yuung, Dong, Khin, Chan, Low. Fung, Fung, Hee Fung, jcung, Lee, Leu, Duung. St'i'uml,- Lew, Toy, Lim, Wtsng Loc, Owynng, Wfaung, Mar, Mark, Moy, jcung, Fung, Loc, You Sue. Tlvinl: Tum, Luc, Dere, jung, Leung, Khan, Chan, Loc Luke. vluhc, Xwung, Dong, jnir, Hnllums Whng, Wfnng, Sucn Wfirig, Lai, You, Fong, jun. ITALIAN CLUB M iss ffrnrc, ,Ypnn I or Top ruu'.' DeMatci. lfirelli, Nuff. Mmcnnc. Payne, Pnletti Fxwm, Tusnn, Bnrugi. Aliflilltx Mnntclli, Bnrhnzo, Luccti thinpcllunc, Halcstricri, Framrhi, Snntutci, Grircnti, Smith lintlom: Pnggi, Pizzallc, Hula-stricri. O'NciI, Mzurtincl, Rat mircz, RIYSCIFIQLAIIHI, Pucci, Gutclli. Acitiiviiitiies SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Miss Hill, SPIJVIJUI' Top muy' Chan, Klinquini, flnmpanelli, Cometta, DeLeune, Blank, Bei. Mifldlu: Low, Kane, Duag, Bloomtielcl, Lee, Lew. Klenz. Bynum: Dear, Sue. Tom, Glatfelter, Dennis, Pucci. Espinusa. . ,l.l,. . N5 MESSENGERS Miss deliernardi, Sprnnm Tap --nw: Cuculichip, Cometta. Minor, Piscia, Ortega, Fuuwks ,..f f " 43 2 , Weinlirmlt. Middle: Millin, Newbauer. Ernn, Glatfelter, Wire- -s 4 i. ix , A V , ber, Gauze, Harris. Bo1iom.'ZaCharan, Dennis, Davis, Wlright. A 4 I L 'L ' 1 I 1, Camera, Trupianu. Minuwli. ' ' L i ' ' 1 lklm SERVICE CLUB II Miss Foley. Spfmwr Tuff muh' Ceccatu, Domeniconi, Hutchinson. Oeschger. La- Vers. Ertola, Crestante, Lucchese, Balestreri, Horton, Ley, D'Acquistn. Middle: Firebaugh, Bloomfield, Kelly, Goodman, Forbes. Murphy, Heyman. Fanelli, Ryman, Parenti, Pucci. Buflnrlli Shaw. Tufo, Cunningham, Carlson, Marhsal, Pool, Samaniegu, Bertolli, Martinez, Ramierez, Rushdminy, K ,en L we .L 33 STUDENT COUNCIL Mr. Cullen, Mr. French, Mrs. Maas Fafulty AJ1'i,i'fn',i' Top mum' Mr. Cullen, Mr. French, Hunter, Pool, Middle: Ortega, Mrs. Maas, Begovich, Cunningham. Bozmm: Ryman. Linden, Fanelli. Massoni. SERVICE CLUB I Miss Foley, Spnmm- I' Top mum' Tnmmasini, Glatfelter, Dennis, Mack. Sawtell, Dutton, Snmeniegn, Mullowney. Middle: Bensrn, Smith, Rag, gin, Mclnerny, Curtmen, Thnmure, MuI.eud, Thomas. Hmmm.- Kane, Biancalana, DeMatteis. Brown, Balestreri, Harris, D'Angelo, Lent, D'Ursn. I Activities NATURAL HISTORY 1 LUN Mr, Uurst. Sfmuwv 'l,,!, ,VUHI5 Yqung, fjarlgnn, Zclaya, Rcvellu. Mnldlr: C.:xsell.n O'M.1llcy, Bishop, Uhicu, Bnllom: 0'NciI. Bmwn, Hale-stricrx Uxhmn, Ifllumnficld. GINGHAMlZ'l'TE CLUB 'I'nfr mum' Lomctta, Trupiaum, Pista, Vnrkic. Iinfmru: XIi'1cn Imld, NL-wlmucr, Ortega, Gauze, Agnzzi. AS IN EVERYDAY LIFE TRAFFIK SQUAD Mr. Spitzer, Xpfnnm Twp rffuz' Rcndou, Pgxrcnti, Bingiuui, Owens. 'I'nr.1minu, Iinlwrl Avamzini, Rzunavzutti, Dinclli, Rnzin, fumicncin. lfwull mn' Spilmcr. Farina, Albcrti, Peru. Rcpctm, Dm-ss. STUNTS KI0MMI'I"I'EE MISS Lurigan, Sjmmm' Tuff roz1'.' Balvstrcri. McKunu, Ertuln, Dcfnrti, Lindun linllfmn' junes. Colton. Dutton. MUSIC CLUB CONCERT DAISYMAEDAY Direrlinn of CONSTANCE KEOHAN GALILEO Aumroiuum Friday, May 14-8:15 P.M. ay PROGKAM PARTI Star-Spangled Banner Selections by 250th Coast Artillery Band: lcil Orpheus lb: As Time Goes By ici Stars and Stripes Forever .... Director-Warrant Officer Werner Piano solo, "Gardens in the Rain" . Cora Cullen "Oh Skylark for Thy Wing" . Girls' Glee Bass solo. "Evening Star" from Tannhauser . Don Paul Soprano solo, "The Star" . . Gaynell Bowen Soprano solo, "Caro Nome" lRigolettob Cora Cullen Tenor solo, Aria "La Giucondau . . Soprano solo Baritone solo, Soprano solo juliettel Violin solo, Quintet from Anthony Balestrieri Inlermioirm of fire flliflllltil air PART ll 'Vissi d'Arte" lToscal Martina Zubiri 'Valentine's Aria" iFaustl . Bertram Gable 'juliette's Waltz Song" fRomeo- Mary jane Spry "Romance" . . . Gloria Panifuuti Carmen . . . lllepeuted by request! Martina Zubiri Mary jane Spry Cora Cullen Anthony Balestrieri Salvatore Farina Arronzparrim---Miss Constance Keohan Miss Alice Lagan Miss Cora Cullen Clark . Sou in Debu.r.re,1 Smurf llfilgrlulr . Roger.: Verdi Pnnrbiellf Plzrrim Gounnd Grnmna' Srendrefz . Bizrl term play. Other activities included the presentation of the "Little Women," May 28, Senior "Sneak Day," june 43 Senior Farewell Luncheon: and final student body affair- tlie "Mum" Family Danre. both on june ll. ill Pie-enters in action 421 The winnah! lil just a kid at heart ' lull On the prowl TUDENTS realize that they must keep physically lit to take their places in this vast democracy . . . Whether they till the ranks of the lighting forces or serve on the home front in America's great agricultural and industrial pursuits. AGNES "TEX" KIRKLIN 1111-I1.11m1mnx'kl1lx"hu lt." HLOLK "G" OFFIK ERS l.illi.ul O'M.lllcy R1111111111111111' INl.1xlL-.ln ll.n11s I'11111l1r1r .111' Marie Mguk l'111 l'11111l1111 ffl' H111 .' l7111lws. RQIILIII, XX'1'lghl. 11f1fl1.'Ho1t1111,l7'Al1uc-ln, l.um1N1unf 11.1, Dcnrm. lS1,1111n1: Kink, U MAI li.A.1-X. OFF!! ERS jullctlc Reilly Ix'11111w1111.1ti1'n' IMIL- lfmlwx ,K1111l1111 l4.11h.1l.1 I-'lullnpx I'1111.l1111 Ilvm' Pucy I111 P11 .11f111l A -x O 1 Zia - . i .gl l 5 'E-' .4 FS. t . ' 4 li rf --I .J it-.57 "i KES' , i iQs' ii 0. 0 ,im Q S X, TRACK FINALS By juiifw RENDQN, j'43 "Galileo's varsity track team? There isn't any!" That's what any one of the 3000 people who poured into Kezar Stadium on May 8 would have said before the meet-that is, everyone but Earl Massoni, Frank Hutchinson, Richard Firebaugh, and a few other stout-hearted cinder- men. The team that just couldn't seem to "click" in the dual meet session really applied the heat and turned in a surprising third just behind champion Lowell and runner-up Poly! l It was all done in a very quiet and modest way, so much so that no one in the stadium thought even when the meet was over that Galileo had done any better than fifth. But there it was, plain as the nose on one's faceA27V2 points and third position. Five men-count 'em-rolled up those 27V2 points against insur- mountable odds. Hutchinson, the loose hurdler, was high-point man on the squad, piling up nine points with a lirst in the 220 low hurdles and a second in the 120 "highs" Massoni accounted for seven digits by tak- ing a third in the hundred and fourths in the broadjump and in the fur- long. joe Covello, the miler, contributed three points by finishing third in the mile. Don Goodman added another trio. in the quarter mile. Fire- baugh came through with a tie for first in the high jump, sharing honors with Lowell's john Hardgraves. He then changed events and grabbed a single digit with his fifth spot in the 220 "lows" to finish the day's scoring and give the Purple and Gold enough tallies to wind up in their highest berth in several years. ljppw' rlgbl-build ifnnu1.' Earl Massoni, Galileifs jurkovich. Tap irnIrr.' Richard Firebauiih. high il-lm? HCC. 100. 1Jy,,,u,- lyf1.b,md iunm-: Don Goodman. 440 acc. leads. Survml ff-mn lofi: "jurk" Massoni ai-smilin'. Third from ruff: Felix Duag, lightweight pumper. lmlzw' lvff-lmnd rm'ner': Bob Alvarado hits the tape. Lower rlgbl-band romer: Varsity track and field line-up. Taking third place is something that hasn't occurred at Galileo since Grover Klemmer stole the show by giving the locals a third with his small hut weighty 10 points in a tour- nament that witnessed only ONE Galilean onthe entire field- Grover Klemmer! Before this date f1939J, track to Galileans meant only those things street-cars run on. LIGHTWEIGI-ITS With but one and one-half points out of fifth place, Coach Carl H. Spitzer's lightweight spikemen completed a fair track and field campaign. Once again Tony Hierro shone in the city finals. He boosted himself from a third place, last year, to a mighty first place in the 120-pound century, Hierro was the only winner on the lightweight squad. Casazza placed fourth in the same event. Sophomore whiz, Bob Alvarado, swept to a second place in the 130-pound furlong in exceptional time. Alvarado is pos- sibly the greatest newcomer on the entire squad. Ed Luke hurdled his way into fourth in the low "sticks" and Scosseria landed in fifth in the eight-pound shot put in the 130-pound division. Felix Duag dropped to a fifth spot in the broadjump, while the 120-pound relay quartet of Hierro, I-ladlich, Suen, and Casazza went unplaced in the finals. Upper fefl-hand rnrnzfr: Tony Hierro. 'ZU's sprint champ. UNM Atellll in Fiuscclli ipli 1 L n cr I joe Covello, mile ace. Second: Frank Hutchinson, hurdle king lhml Ed luke 50 s lon stitkti If it A Tufo, hroacl-jumper. I.ffu'rr lr!!-lmnu' im-r1t'f.' 130 and IZO pound track and held squid Baseball Champions Again By Halo Rusnnoomf, j'43 Director of Publicatiorzr Coach Ras johnson's "hitless wonders" marched on to capture their third consecutive A.A.A. pennant on May 21 when stringy Art Sheehan mowed down the powerful Sacred Heart nine, 5-0, to win his fourth straight shut-out of the '43 campaign. Prior to the Sacred Heart title-clincher, the Lions were in the midst of one of the tightest championship races in many years. fFour clubs were within a mathe- matical chance of winning the crown until the Lions beat Sacred Heart on the last day of the regular sea- son.j Consequently, the road to victory was long, narrow, and difiicult for the Galileans, but they took everything in stride, capitalized on their "breaks"- both good and bad-and as a reward retained their title as the "Kings of the Diamond." The rugged road to the championship was opened with Lowell on April 6. It took George Cirelli's boom- ing triple in the top-half of the seventh to start the locals rolling toward victory and another flag. The rally resulted in a home team win, 4 to 1, with Sheehan the winning pitcher. The Lions then picked off lowly George Washing- ton, 5 to 1. All-city outfielder Peter Lommori took to the hill and twirled the win. With Lommori handling the pitching chores again, the champs exploded with their. finest batting splurge of the season when they slugged the Lincolns into ob- livion, 11 to 1. Irwin Semple hurled the final three frames and allowed the lone tally. The Lions met with their first "crucial" successfully, they handed Balboa its first league setback. Sheehan was the pitching hero of the day as he shut out the Buc batsmen, 4 to 0. A surprising Polytechnic nine scared the life out of the Galileo ball club on April 30. However, the home team capitalized on a costlv Poly error to sneak bv with a 1-to-0 victory. Lommori hurled his third and final triumph of the pennant drive in beautiful fashion, he had the Parrots literally "eating out of his hand." Sheehan once more saved Galileo's face and cham- pionship by pitching and hitting the locals into another 1-0 winner. this time over the rapacious Commerce Bulldogs in the year's second title match. But with the Commerce win went first baseman Cirelli and shortstop Bob Domergue, who were essen- tial players in the smooth-working Lion infield. They were a terrifying loss to Galileo supporters, but a gain to Uncle Sammy, for Domergue and Cirelli enlisted in the U. S. Navy. The loss of Cirelli and Domergue caused Mr. john- son to revamp his entire squad. Roland O'Farrell was shifted from third to first, Frank Tornay, from second to short, Dick Apman, from the outfield to second, and so on. But the make-shift line-up proved fatal to the Lions, for they were "dropped" by eighth-place St. Ignatius, 8 to 6. Lommori was the "Cats' " victim, he was pounded for hve runs in three innings. Sheehan was sent to the hill to relieve the battered Lommori but to no avail, the red-hot Wildcats could not be stopped. This Galileo loss threw the pennant scramble wide open, but not for long, for the Lions came roaring right back again with fire in their eyes and determina- tion in their hearts. Another "croo-shui" was up for play and against the Lions' arch rival, Mission. The result was a "lu-lu" of a ball game from the first pitch to the final put-out. The Lions, with still another line-up, were held hitless for six frames, and the Bears only gathered a single themselves. Then that 'lucky seventh," "'as they calls it," arrived. Mission first threatened to puncture the home plate when Vick doubled to right. But Sheehan settled down and retired the side before any further damage could be affiicted. The Lions were up! Lommori started the rally with a timely single. Mike Tufo was safe on a fielder's choice. Then big Benito Piazzale slammed Lommori across the platter with the winning run. Final score: Galileo 1, Mission 0. The finale was a cinch, for Sheehan tossed another goose-egg and the boys obliged by punching home five markers. The Purple and Gold's victorv. coupled with Balboa's 5 to 6 loss to Mission, enabled the North Beachers to remain sole possessors of the A.A.A. flag. Sheehan was accredited with five wins and no losses. Four of his hurling triumphs were shut-outs, and thev were against the four too teams in the league: Balboa, Commerce, Mission, and Sacred Heart. Furthermore, Sheehan, in his three-year career, hurled seventeen league wins for the Purple and Gold, with only one defeat. His record stands as the greatest three-year pitching feat in San Francisco prep baseball history. Enough can't be said about this superb twirler and his incredible record. Besides his normal duties in center field, Lommori took to the mound four times, winning thrice, and played first base after Cirelli's entrance into the Navy. An all-city for three years, Lommori completed his sports career at Galileo by batting an astounding .458 clip this year. Gordon fSlickj jones, left fielder, hit 549, Dom- ergue, 286, O'Farrell, .240, Tornay, keystone ace, .222, Cirelli, .158, Tufo. .105, sophomore whiz Lou Landini, .080, and Moe Torres, left fielder, and Ap- man, right fielder. .167 each. As one can well see, pitching made a normally fair Galileo nine a great one. Q Five of the nine Lion adver- saries were shut out, and three others were held to one run.j Wlhen the Lion pitching department cracked- and it did once-so did the entire team. Yes, they did win the triple-A crown again, but pitching is what won the championship, and that's what Sheehan and Lom- mori did . . . win the 1945 prep baseball championship. f0p1m.rilr pagej 'l'u,'1: IiobiDnmergue, ss, Art Sheehan, p: Pete Lommori, cf, Roland O'Farrell, 3b. Middle. margin: George Cirelli, lb, Frank Tornay, Zh. lioflomf Gordon -Innes, cf, Lou Landini, c, Dick Apman. cf. 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Pressing themselves to their greatest effort. the local team dashed onto the hardwood with a score to settle, hut the Indians from Lowell were a step ahead of the determined Lions and thus were three points superior to Galileo's 19 at the termination of play. The North Beach Crowd had some consolation though when they were in front of the "wahooing lnjunsu I2-H at the half. Gordon .Iones received countless high honors on several of the all-city selections, as did lid Dalley and john Garcia. -it Although less fortunate in their win pursuits, the l3o-pound divi- sion featured some of the higger upsets of the league by flattening St, Ignatius 25-20 and squirting sour grapes all over the Balboans' hopes for a clean slate and a championship in a 27-ll rollicker, lt was ltloh Domergue and Boh Witng throughout the entire nine games, ahly assisted hy Mario Pompei and Roland Sands, The two "liohs,'i Wfong and Domergue, were the principal reasons for the othei' teams' fretting when meeting the scrappy Lions, Wiing pro- vided, although not alone, the hoost in the point department, while Domergue was heating the hardwood with his floor scootings and also heated the hasket with his point tallyings. The last game with Lowell as well as the S. H. dehate, where the '5tl's lost their title hopes, were the usual llC.'Lll'll'Tl'CQ1liCl'5. However. wins over Commerre and Mission gave the l.ions a four out of nine Ylelory fitting. Domergue and XX-long were naturally all-city men and ranked high among the rity's hest '5o's. Yup: Ed lltlley does wonders with the iasalmi, rllftltflip' Peter Lommori, the great l,ion. Inuit' irgftls Art Slieehan-iust tall mt' "Swisher," l.ffi1'tr lrfl- lmml iurut .' llnlimiteds rage roster. l - ' VARSITY KQREW SQUAD NR. H. I.EWIS Coach Grew Hi' PIETFR Gionni. .V44 Defeated twice during the current season, the Galileo varsity crew placed second in the final A.A,A. standings. Beaten by Balboa, the Gal oarsmen went out and fought a Lincoln crew to win a thrilling race. Their race with Lowell, for the championship, was won by the Indians who were pressed all the waxy by the fighting Lions. Rowing for the varsity on the portside were-:trokez jack Ertola, jack Colton, Art Anderson, Ray Oeschger, Pete Giorgi, Faustino jimenez. On the starboard, Dan Begovich, Alex Duccini, Austin Kelly, Dan Driscoll, George Troussue, jose Jimenez, Bob Ritcher. Bob Styer was coxswaing joe Lazzaro, pilot. Winning the triple-A championship in a blaze of glory, the Lion Cubs defeated Balboa, Lincoln, and Lowell. Never in any of these races were the '30's behimlg they took the lead at the start amd held it till the end of the race. Rowing in the first boat for the '30's were: Henry Detien, Bob Dellman, Delio Domeniconi, jack Giveler, Marvin Hills, Nick Ingravello, Dick McDonald, Paul Oeschger, Stanley Rose, Walrren Sur- grove, Bill WCKIVCF, Steve Zalezzi, Wfalter Ceccato, and Ed Shelton. LIGHTXVEIGHT l,RlEW ' SQUAD MR. H. LEXVIS Cfllflill I. lvl! H BOTIXALL SQUAD MR. L. HAAS f. fun Football Gamely fighting their way through the season, the Galileo football team-with one tie, no wins, and seven losses-ended their grid campaign. Witli an average weight of 160 pounds per man the boys were one of the smallest teams in the league. Individually, john Fernandez was the mainstay of the eleven with his fighting heart and great defensive play, which he showed most of all in the Poly game where he stopped the Poly gridmen almost single handed. Big Dan Begovich was another boy who gave all for the Purple and Gold. He broke his ankle in the Mission brawl in which the Lions were leading 12 to 7 prior to his injury, Withotit Begovich, the locals started to lose confidence and fell apart, losing the game ll to 19. Lack of reserves was the cause of many of Galileo's defeats, especially for its cona tinual second half downfalls. , The football team in '43 will be better with many of the boys coming back: namely, Begovich, jack Ertola, Alex Duccini, Dan Driscoll, Robert Styer, Don Tonge, and a lot of others coming up from the "Goofs" Alf Uddenherg 1583 gets thc Big Bad Bear on a neat tackle. Also pictured is john Casella 1565 of Galileo, The Lions lost to Mission. I0-l2. i20's BASKIZ'I'llAl.l. --MR. T, DLNIKE, COACH SOKLER TITLEHOLDERS-MR. KZ. SPITZER, LOACH into Pound Cage Champs "Take a lesson big brothers" was the by-word of the 110 pound basketball outfit as it sliced its way through a schedule of seven games crowding the other league competi- tion into the lower positions as they went undefeated in all of the seven starts. A lesson of coordination, spendid ball handling, and unfaltering judging of shots could be learned by the heavier Lion teams as these rascals led by Henry Luke, Kay Wong, Felton Suen, and Willie Chan upset all comers and were threatened singly by Mission in a 20-18 thriller and the Lincoln game in a 22-20 heart-breaker. no Pound Basketball Still able to point with pride at their third place standing the l20's bettered both the '30 and varsity and took live of their eight contests. A grand total of 172 points for the season was split principally among Ernest Baldini, Erwin Semple, Charley Lum and Milton Harrisg Lum accounting for 55 of the total. Giving way only to Lowell, Poly and Mission, this gang floored the remaining five schools by de- cisive victories and thus wound up a creditable season of basketballing. The '20's defeated Abraham Lincoln 28 to 21 and then eked out a dull 13 to 9 win over Balboa. Tony Hierro's exceptional Hoof play was one of the major factors of the victories. Baldini went on a scoring spree against Sacred Heart and led the team to a 32 to 22 triumph. With Lum at the helm, the local quintet dumped Washington, I6 to 15, and St. Ignatius, 32 to 24, to complete the season in third place. Soccer W iiinincirs Even as they trampled the very turf they played on, the Purple and Gold's '42 soccer kings ran rough' shod through six competitors, only being held mo- mentarily by Mission's Bears in a 0-0 "kick-aroo." Games between the Lions and the other squads- such as the 4-0 victory over Washington, the jousting of Poly, 3 to 0, Commerce's defeat by 2 to 1, and Balboa's trampling 5 to 0-were mere preludes to the "heart-palpitator" with Mission. Some consider the Mission tilt as technically a victory as the "ref" seemingly misjudged a perfect drive by Peter Lom- mori, playing inside right, which threw, by shear im- pact, the Bear's goalie in back of the goal line. Venge- ance was in order for the furious locals, and they cleaned out Lowell in a 6 to 0 lopsider as they did to Lincoln's outfit in a three to nothing pasting. With the exception of Ray Kirner, George Vivet, and Lommori the '42 kings of the soccer course will return to ring-up pleasing victories for the Van Ness school in Fall '43. l'fffuf ll!!! l'p .md -nc! xx tlucll tlucxuu. XXMII. Z.uIn.H.H1. 'llwxlwx Tlvlul. lfjur ff,ql'.',' Mg-ynlu-rx of thu 'IL-nmx K lulwj 'lffff 1,1113 C,l1wy.1s. -Luo, f'4ll.'n'V71IUf7,'.' 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LJ Vl A '-.sw Mgt. we-nu-ifgl.g.'f57 ,p-ual' Q Q wad F 'I 'I I I 'I I I I 'I I 'I I 'I CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS Q COMPLIMENTS ofthe MESSENGER CLUB Caesar and Theodore PEZZOLO ACCORDION STUDIOS PRIVATE LESSONS New and Used Accordions Sold and Rented 'A' Phone DO. 1844 1422 Stockton Street San Francisco I..--- .----..- ----.--- ---.. - - IF -----' ---------------------vvv------ I I 'I Siure 1923 E. MENNUCCI 6' SONS GROCERIES Imported and Domestic ......................,.. 1701 Greenwich St. ORdway 6056 COMPLIMENTS OF THE TRAFFIC SQUAD 1: ENTERPRISE OIL BURNER AGENT I 'I I JOHN MCGOLDRICK 'I 'I OIL BURNER and GAS BURNER SPECIALIST I Plumbing, H eating and I Ventilating Equipment I ,..,.,.,.,...,,,.,,,.,., 'I I if 2929 Gough Street GRaystone 1902 It-----------,.---- -----------L E- :::: :::: I 'I YUkon 2601 'I I I, Huso MoNcINI I, GEO.PUCCINI I Meal Dept. I Buon Guslo Market I I .I I Columbus Avenue and Green Street I, San Francisco, Calif. I '-I:-::: ::::: -: :- :::: F:::::::::::::::::::::' ::::::::::::""I 'I 'I " FURNITURE STORE I Telephone EXbrook 4822 'I I, , I COMPLETE I' HOMIE FURNISHINGS I , I Tl FIRST CLASS ONLY 'I M. ::: :::::::::::::.-.-:::::: A::: Q COMPLIMENTS of H3 REGISTRY 305 L-:::, , , II I II ' ' "" "" 'F F "" :::"'l I Il 1: 1: ' 1 1, Xnnnn Innnsnn I G R A T E E U L E o R 1 'I Y o U R 1: 'I MARINA Music sHoP OOOPERATION , R E C O R D S I :I I S H E E T M U S I C t ,, PHONOGRAPHS I :I 'I 1, 1 2220 Chestnut sf. WA1nut 2262 I LOCAL BOARD Im 'I I If ,x -,.-A ef: -:fe-e -A: f:::::::- -: ::: -:::::- -I F::: ::::::::::' ":::: R -:::"II In 1, I, Phone GA. 8740 Res. Phone SE. 1796 T I S U N C O I II ' I I "Cbinatown's Complete Home Furnishers" E wk We give I , S 8: H Green Stamps 1: DIAMONDS, WATCHES 8: JEWELRY I :::::::::::::::::::::::: : C""""'i""' CWI' I HAEPYYAFE i FHIFNITPIFF. I 760 Market Street-Arcade Floor 5 1005 Grant Avenue O 1123. Grant Avenue 51 Room 200, Phelan Bldg. . 4 Te1fPn0nf CHIM 1940 11 ,.,, ..O,,,,,x:,,,,, ,,, -I tx: ev Ox J AO-- xx! :J :::- .-,, --': -: :::-'11 1 ,, I C 0 M P L IM E N T s I ' of I' Compliments I I DR. HENRY P. DoMENcoNl 1 of :Q 'I D E N T I S T I I MISS SKINNER'S I I +1 5' REGISTRY 454 I 802 GREENWICH STREET 1, I 'I 4 I 1: , 5. ::: A: J II-':::::-:::: :v -:::: ' ":"::::::::"::::: :::-:II 'I LET Us CLEAN IT! We Call For and Deliver Anywhere , I In PHILLIPS VILLA MARINA I I CLEANERS Cr DYERS 1 I Satisfactory Service at Reasonable Prices I Try Onre and You Will Like Our Work I I 1533 Chestnut St., bet. Gough and Ochevia Phone ORdway 8811 I -AU Stamps are their hobby . . . Massis Bodayan and George Jolatis '- a4,Q,00,,,'-,:::0::::::::::.-QQ.-::::::::::: : :::: : ::::::::::::-::::- HEIILD VIBTUBY BUUBSES MEET GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRIAL NEEDS The government and private industry need Stenographers, Secretaries, General Clerks, Calculating Machine Operators, Shiphtters, Welclers, Electricians, Radio Technicians and Radio Operators. THOUSANDS MORE ARE NEEDED!! Every High School graduate, every man and woman, should avail himself of this opportunity to serve his country. Plan now to "Specialize at Heald's" for Defense work. These "V" courses are flexible, instruction is intensive, and advancement is in accordance with your capacity and effort. Wfrite nou' for free literature HEIILD BDLLEBE Eslablisbed 1863 Van Ness Ave. at Post St. 4-4-0004-00,-,--0--o----- - - ORdway 5500 Q .... ----0oo--0 v.... B LLABROU HSK GCIt9s the Flavor" AT ALL QUALITY sYo'i1't's Hearty C011 gratulations to Each Graduate from the Entire Membersbi 11 0 if the GALILEO HIGH SCHOOL PARENT - TEACHER ASSOCIATION 1943 0 Presideni MRS. RODMAN HENDRICKSON - - :::::,:::: :::::: :.- .- :40:::::: Part of the rhythm of action-the pause that re reshes It's the refreshing thing to do COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA GHrf1eld 515 U EW U ' Ii! EZLBUL 383 ITIHRKET, 3RD FLOOR E L ,,,,-,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,-,,,,,, ,J F -- --vvv-vvvvv-v- -- Ffiiv -:r:::::::::::::::- :iq I ' Ia Phone SUtter 2797 S. PORTOS FURNITURE CO. LINOLEUMS STOVES-BEDDING i' Dining Room and Parlor Sets, Etc. 'A' 1230 - 34 Stockton St. San Francisco -------------ff---f---------v----:-H, SALI N E-JOHNSTON E SCHOOL for SECRETARIES i' ONE ELEVEN SUTTER SAN FRANCISCO Phone SU. 4854 ----J PROFESSIONAL SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 'A' STENOGRAPHIC SECRETARIAL1 TRAINING 'A' suite 207 821 Market sf. Do. 7799 FAMOUS WHEREVER GOOD COOKING IS TALKED ABOUT 'A' SOLARI'S GRILL 354 GEARY STREET Above Powell St. S A N F R A N C I S C O DOuglas 2161 DOuglas 2162 " """""""'-- -'---Q I COMPLIMENTS of PARMETT, INC. 2123 Polk Street 'NOX-J WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR FINE CERTIFIED WATCH REPAIRING C. TANNER and GEORGE HIRZEL MISSION TIME SERVICE Watcbmakerx - jewelers 3168 - 22nd Street, bet. Mission and Capp VAIencia 1542 -- .... ---- ---J DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY 'k ERNEST CORTESE DOugIas 1464 'k 228 Columbus Avenue San Francisco Barber Shop Kuartette: Slick Jones, Jack Colton, Jack Ertola, and Bruce Dutton. 'TI Compliments. .fx N EIMS TRN 'X-wmv f" N 1 'XTW -x 414 1, Z O WTF' y' P' If. I 1' ff' 5 X I-, f .A If , ifs lils-i--ii 55-S75?I'75'3i?L:::S.'E , gf22T 2!:Ii!E2I1I!iEQ' .WSI lImIf'hI'IIIHflIIEiIlIEIIlgg, IIIIDfI!QIIIIzlI15IQ-IIIIIEI-Il IIIIIIIIII:ggi-ig ' HE'-'f:-'Q-I-avi-f-Ig-I 'Im Wjffia v'ff"vGI-2.1-ref Igfgpiigahrf 14 I. Im EBI L2-1512 I-Il.-II IIMI-I I.IIIII.I III-II ,I If III-II IIIJLI IIIvI.I I1IImI.,w WI'-I-uf pm M -If-I -III ,II II HE, QIEJ, I, j'F fj g g If -w i fgsiilrigggs, H . UEI2! QQIEI F E! Q E! 3 1' 5?fE:22Sf3II HEI QIII . PP, I". --E' T: I- Q' I"' J ' J H, 'if ai" ffl '53 ' -IIHIIIII I I -'x' ' 'N 9 '.: :fi7'TT ,Hgf2.g12:?f HELBING COURT APARTMENTS, INC. I32O-1340-1360 LOMBARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. F F GOODBYE GALILEO fe ff for THANKS forthe MEMORIES -rf 12 fe REGISTRY 411 E TOWNSENITS Established 1856 I I I Candy , I Fountain ' Glace Fruit I R e s t a u r a n t I if 129 GEARY 221 POWELL E ::,:,:::,:::::,,,:::::,::: - J L Studying or posing? EXbrook 0727 - 0726 GLOBE PRODUCE CO. A.F. Gigi Cafcx, Hotels, Restaurants, Hotpitnls and Sbipx Supplied 422 Front Street San Francisco ,,,-,-v ,,,.,.. --,.C',-- -:, POPULAR PRICED DRESSES- SUITS -COATS Open Daily till 6:00 Tuesday and Friday till 9:00 S591QEQQSQQEYIEQEEEEESS 2101 Chestnut Street COMPLIMENTS 0 f HENRY DORNDEN CO. M A R I N E P R O D U C T S 4 598 Clay Street San Francisco B. "Sadie" Sada P. Dantoni LOOP BOWLING ALLEYS j us! Off I nl ernufional Selllemenl LADIIiS WELCOME Phone Exbrook 9502 238 Columbus Avenue 1031 Kearny Street ---- ---- - ---- ---- ':::- -::- MORETTO'S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS j. S. Moreno, Proprietor 552 Broadway Exbrook 2094 GUMLING IMPORTING CO. C H I N E S E A R T S i' 444 GRANT AVENUE CHina 0220 San Francisco F: .-:::::::.-.-:::: :.-.-:::::::: -::- P A N A M A C A N A L RAVIOLI FACTORY Rnrioli and Tagliarini Frexla Every Day C. Dal Poggetto I.. Dal Poggetto Props. 1358 Grant Ave., Cor. Green St. GArlield 1952 San Francisco. Calif. ,F f X4 ax LAB' , ,.....l.l. W1 gl Ah! ' in SHUESE ulllhen the lights lin lln Again All llver the lllorldn . . . and the symbol of Liberty is rekindled and shines anew, hope will have a rebirth in our land and in the remote places. The printing press, as well as the guns and the implements of destruction, plays an important role in this great drama when the last curtain will be the signal to carry on from the lessons we are supposed to profit by. When the guns are silent, the printing press must continue to fan the embers of Liberty so that never again will their light be blacked out by the forces of predatory ambitions and ignor- ance. Type must carry the message which spells the dawning of the new day, To accomplish the best results, type, and the manner in which it conveys its message, must be attractive. The ultimate in composition and press perfection will always be the aim and purpose of the LEXICON PRESS goo SANSOME S'l'R1iE'I' CiAiwii1i.n 6859 .TJCDUGLAS 4756 HHH! :ZR Aims, ' Nw . .1 , Nixxs Q 396 w x .Q 1. 133124. ,. .pf my 2QQi3f',f"":,,, ffnftj-fm-'11 H, ,I " f f . 00000000000000000000000000000000000 I Top: Valerie Eccelston and B.F. George Jelatis. Bottom: Tony Balastrieri and "Pretty Girl" Betty Horton. GALLO PASTRY CO. The Gallo Pastry Co. has acquired the repu- tation of being the most famous Italian patisserie in California. I5l0 STOCKTON ST. EXbrook .2908 r0000000000000000000000- 00- 0000000000. -00000000050-00.00000-0000000000000::::: : ILP' Visil fbe Hi Shop FASHION FLOOR For the Teen Girl Complete Outfits for the discriminating Miss, in value and smartness A Jos. MAGNIN co. ::0::0000:::::.-:0:::- v - ei CQMPLIMENTS 'ff CHARLES W. SLACK and EDGAR T. ZOOK ATTORNEYS Air A. Marianem B. Lippi Exlulzlislrezl 1886 FIOR D'ITALIA RESTAURANT ITALIAN CUISINE Private Booths and Banquet Rooms 504 BROADWAY GArfield 9710 WITH VICTORY THOUGHTS from MRS. M. B. ALLEN lo her son CAPTAIN GEORGE M. ALLEN with the British Eighth Army in Africa 'A' G O O D L U C K ! - -000-::: ::::0::::::-:fri -::- - - - - - -00000000000000-0000000000 COMPLIMENTS vt H4 REGISTRY 314 F ----A----- :::::::::::::::::::::.-:ee Compliments to Miss Nasser Rose Dear Jeannette Bacho Gaynell Bowen Marie Da Costa Frances D'Angelo Tinina De Grande from Reg. 404 Q Lila Gee Gloria Ghio Geraldine Hall Verna Lee Hunter Marilyn Jaco Alma Lanza jean Lee Frances Lucetti Colleen Mclnerny Martha Mullowney Rose Murphy Eleanor Sampinato :-:,-,-,- ---::::- -::::::::..n 4 Phone Flllmore 9751 Marina Cyclery and Sport Shop Bob Chevalier SPORT GOODS-HOBBY CRAFTS FISHING TACKLE Bicycles Rented, Sold and Repaired Tennis Racquet Stringing, Repairs 5214 FILLMORE STREET Near Greenwich San Francisco Victoria Doridigan Agnes Lee Mary Yee Gloria Frank Mable Lee Verna Carlomagno f' ::: :::::: "A:::' :"':::::' ::' C O M P L I M E N T S of WILLIAMSON C1 WALLACE ATTORNEYS NEW JOE'S FAMOUS FOR QUALITY FOOD i IMITATED BUT NEVER EQUALED l Not Ajiltated with Any Other Restaurant Bus Phone Res. Phone WAlnut 9909 HEmlock 2778 ART BARBER SHOP B. Ramos, Prop. u 1534 A Geary Street San Francisco ANCHOR DRUG CO. The PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES 515 COLUMBUS AVE. 319 GRAND AVENUE San Francisco So. San Francisco KEarny 0075 So. S. F. 72 MISSION and MARKET Colma, Calif. Rflndolph 1717 F:::::::: :::::- :::::::: Post Cards Stationery P. SANCHEZ fr CO. SPANISH BOOK .sr MUSIC STORE The Largest Stork ol R E C O R D S in North Beach 658 BROADWAY SAN FRANCISCO Telephone DOuglas 9641 'Je ::::.A:- JJ.-f :::::::::::.-::::::: - A Autographs Aiutwgraphg fffgfw ffilfff fjbvwffv W ' 5.tM-440V ECW- 17-ffffffl y-477' 1. 19. lv-' L ' 3,1 -L- fi N 22: 5' "" 2 12 Z I 3 . :E I. ,1'ff"63' A wcag ,f 6' iw om 1. 574241 law , , '- gvf-MZ in Af H45-sbfj, MW, if Banff f !'96"'m'f'P A 21.45 011231: ff 1- J' U 5 g. DL kjwv- 3' I 1. 17. JWWQALJ 'Z 19f2447wga.- 2. W- ,fa-' 47 2 ff' 5-...." Us I: """""""""""" 71 - 'A-'A--'AA-- :U '1 I1 VAN WORMER and RODRIGUES :I :I . . . I , , I N " 0 R P 0 R A I I D STRIKE a New Joy In Your SPARE Time I: GALILEO HIGH SCHOOL :1 :1 I I BLOCK CHARMS 5, BOWLING 3, CLASS PINS I1 ,, ,,,, 1: 1 1, and +I '1 RINGS , MARINA BOWL 1 1, 1, '1 Il Ofire and Fatlory at , 1 1 126 Post Street San Franclsco 1: ' 1: ::,.,.,,,,., xxx, -,,::,I , SAN FRANCISCO'S 1, ::::fff:::::- - 'AA' 11 NEWEST AND FINEST 1, I A Learn to Operate I: BOWLING LANES I1 1, I1 STENOGRAPH I II 1, . '1 The MODERN, UP-TO-DATE lg I1 SHORTHAND MACHINE Come HI for a FREE Demonslralion Lesson 1 7 2 5 F I I, B E R T S T R E E 'I' I: Between Octavia and Gough Street: O 1 I :I For Information or Reservations Phone GRaystone 9957 Independently ou-'ned and nperaled by a former Gulilean 1 'I 821 Market Sf Suite 207 -DOuglas 7799 I: .1 I, I1 ::::::,:,:::::,,,,,::,,,3 I+-. .... ,,,,,,::,,,, -,,,,:::::::,,,,,:.-9 fffffffiiiiffiiiffffffffE .,,, 1, ' I1 ISLE CAPR' I: CONGRATULATIONS " RESTAURANT 3: ,wa 35 A- Mifheli- Pf0P- I G R A D U A T E S O F Famous for J U N E , 4 5 :f-'::::::::: ' ' """ ' 1, 11 Boneless Stuffed Chicken with Rice I: from I: -::::::::::: ------ A A A 1, '1 I1 'I Telephone DOuglas 5188 H 3 R E G I S T R Y 4 1 2 seo GREEN STREET SAN FRANCISCO I ,I I1 I ,xe ,,,,:,,,,,::,,:,,3' ' I 1I Charlie Chan Jennie Lau 0 Ig Ella Chin vera Lowe .1 I: Wanda Clark Dolores Marcherer C 0 m P I l HZ 6 72 I 5 I1 Norma Forner Grace Martinez '1 h Rita Fung Pat McGee f 0 I 6 Edna Garibits Pat McGrath 1' :I Volanta Grelli Camillia Nunez C I. A S S 0 F I 4 3 Enez Guadagnin Mary Lou Peck :1 1: Constance johe Barbara Reuter 1: THE BLOCK G SOCIETY ig EIIOHJUHCIIC AIIHYHH IL 11 Adrienne Kane Flora Young . Edna Koff Francis Wong 11 I I I, I1 B -:::::::::::- :::J M.:::: ----A-AA--A-A-----A A A A A A A A A::J -----------------f- --------------'rl C 0 M ME RCIAL STUDENTS Eg For those who will be ready for a posi- il tion upon graduation we have many I, openings for young men and women '+ 'I 'I ll that require little experience in the fol- I1 lowing positions: 4 Bookkeepers Stenographers l, Stock Record Clerks Typist I General Clerks Billers It QUNITED P.B.X. Operators File Clerks l 522258 ASK FOR MISS DAVIS 'E NDS CLERICAL DEPT. I BUSINESS mI:N's I CLEARING HOUSE ' QAGENCYJ PLACEMENT BUREAU E Sinre 1918 'l szs MARKET ST. Exbfook 5635 E: :,:,,,,,,,:,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,J ,,,. :Jf::::-':::::::::::::::::::::f-' :::--R :::- :vs-, ANCHOR DRUG CO. THF , Compliments PRESCRIPTION I, PHARMACIES 'I of 515 COLUMBUS AVE. 519 GRAND AVENUE I: San Francisco SO. San Francisco l Kliurny 0075 So. S. F. 72 : 0 MISSION and MARKET l Reglstry Colma, Calif. 4, RAnd01ph mv QI """"" """"""' """"""'? . 5E C o m plimeuts of E A. J. D. 4 ' MISS GRAY'S GIRLS me 1, T A I P I N G C O. QPACIFIC COMPANYJ "In the Heart of Chinatown" EXCLUSIVE ORIENTAL ART AND DRY GOODS 701 Grant Avenue, Phone DO. 5463 ,.,.'-4-.p-.'-4-0-a-o-- GRANT CAFE 400 Grant Avenue LUNCH-DINNER FOUNTAIN SERVICE Delwyn Young Phone Cl'-Iina 1789 u-.4-4-4-.4-4-.0-0-0-o-o A. ROMEO FISH 6 OYSTER CO. Cable Oyster Depot 4 1444 POLK STREET SAN FRANCISCO G. Tofanelli Phone ORdway 5246 .,.,.'..-.-.4-.4-Q-.04-0-0-.p-4. SULLlVAN'S GROCETERIA and DELICATESSEN 1312 CHESTNUT STREET .,.,,,,,,..,..,..,.,,..,..,-.,.,.,.,- -:::- ::: ::::- ::::v -:::,', I Phone GRaystone 1559 LEPETICH F: MANDICH M en's Furnishers Hatter: 1457 Polk Street, near California San Francisco Headquarters-Levi Jeans and Jackets 1- -ff ::: -: :::: -,- :::I COMPLIMENTS of The BEST FLOWER SHOP M A S T E R FLORAL ARTISTS CMISJ 1461 Polk St. near California OR. 9558 WHERE SMART WOMEN TRADE f:::::::::::::::: y::::.-::::::::::: T THoRNToN's T THRILLING T TOGS Specializes in Top Coats and Suits 2356 CHESTNUT STREET Flllmore 3619 "Man-Mountain" Paul. F-" -----'---'---------'f ---- 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I II 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I II 'I 'I I I JEWELRY Something Genuine in jewelry 14 kt. Gold King jade, Amethyst, Topaz, etc. ........ 3510.00 Sterling Silver Earrings ..... 31.50 up Sterling Silver Charms ..... 50c up Sterling Silver Bracelets .... 551.50 up PHILIP KLEIN I :I Importer and Manufacturer I sw GRANT AVENUE IntlneHear1o1Chinarown .fn M : xv-' I 'I I Compliments In Industry Must Go On! I of .: R E G I s T R Y 3 1 7 1: 'I CUlLlSl'2IUMl " .- II I 'I BO W ls ROLLER " " I :::::::::::::: +:::::::::::- .' I I 1' ENNA JETTICK NUNN-BUSH II I Shoes for Women Sboex for Men 45 - IITH STREET SAN FRANCISCO 1- I' , 1: 'I J. ' ODELLO'S SHOE STORE I ' Norrh Bearlfs Family Shoe Slore I I ,I I 'A' , 4 'I Skating on" I : 1319-1321 Stockton Street ' Phone GArf1elcI 2382 San Francisco 1, 'I THURSDAY I Lx: :m:,x,: ,e ,U me FRIDAY ll f:::: ::::- --v---- f: I, I, SATURDAY 1 I CHina 2245 cum 2246 SUNDAY 5, 1: 1 5 T A o L E E Y o N I ' I GENUINE 1: ' CHINESE DISHES ' 1: Quick Service - Excellent Cooking Big Sunday Matinee -2- I P.M. to 4 P.M. If I Best Food . . I Spend! Rate-I for Parties I' : 816 Washington St. fNear Grant Ave., I lg - 2 - ...................... - - -,. u,-::,,,,,,:,,:,,,:,,:,,,::,:::::::::- COMPLIMENTS of SENIOR GRADUATING CLASS 206 Carmelina Morello Chester Mitchell Delma Monteverdi Carl Miloslavich Eleanor Marsh Bertha Manzella Gloria Manzi Frances Mar Marie Mark jean Lum Viola Marks Pete Moffia Mabel Low Dolores Martinez 'A' Marshall Lew Benedetta Lomele Floyd McKune Lola Louie james Linden Pat Marshall Earl Massoni Mary Louise Montelongo Pete Lommori Jeanette Lucchesi Bill Lough Rose Mangini Phillip Lim Pan Ley v---- ,,,.. --,:l SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS TO EACH GRADUATE from lhe GIRLS OF REG Mrs. Helen Brown Adams, Iola Benard, jean Casey, Martha Chan, Clarabel Chan, Ida Edwards, Lourenia jair, Catherine Lee, Catherine Lee, Wah LoCastro, Josephine Loke, May Low, Gloria Low, janet Magliuelo, jenny Maniscalso, jean Massismino, Ann Millin, Rosemary Mirabella, Norma Pitto, Veryl Poon, May Quan, Jean Quock, Alice Realini, Louise Rehosio, Colleen Sartorio, Eleanor Savini, Livia Vitrno, Mary lf: ------------------ ROSSI'S MARKET CVALLEJO .md COLUMBUSJ "San Fmnciscolv Finest Food Center" i ALFREDO ROSSI 6' CO. Imported and Domestic Groceries GArfield 3341 i E. GRAZZINI Frexh Fruits and Vegetables GArf1eld 3422 Q NAT. CEREGHINO fr SONS Qualify Mealx GArfield3230 GALILEO MARKET ,,,,-., FINE FOODS 2458 POLK STREET Phone ORdway 4616 u. A-AA-A- ::::- ,:::::::::l U.,f:: :::::::::: 212 ""'I'r Phone CI-Iina 1133 Private Booths UNIVERSAL CAFE 824 WASHINGTON STREET San Francisco, Calif. l THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN CHINATOWN l Specializing in Chinese Dishes DR. C. A. ERTOLA DENTIST S 253 COLUMBUS AVENUE DOugIas 8035 Q.-:.-:- 'A' GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '43 REGISTRY 2I4 -Y- i BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS GAMMA SIGMA KAPPA Galileo Service Club WHY SHOULD STUDENTS SUFFER THE EMBARRASSMENT OF SKIN BLEMISHES Acne, Enlarged Pores, Pimples, Psoriasis -See- DR. ALLAN P. KING 1844 Sacramento Street ORdway 7203 Send for FREE ropy of lbe American Health journal Tune in KSAN, 9:30 to 9:45 a.m. and 7:15 to 7:30 p.m. daily 2 HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS TO THE SENIORS from L3 REGISTRY 304 Compliments of Registry 453 Wilfred Greater Reg Grisez Frank Guidera Donald Hall Rene Bacho Dewey Beraldo Bennett Bloomfield Larry Bruno Warren Bruntlett Larry jew Donald Burke john McCluskey Lex Bfyers Roland O'Farrell Alfred Cimarelli joe Olandag Scott Davis Eddie Ramozzott Eddie Dong Bob Styer john Garcia Moses Torres Bob Wells 'A' COMPLI1MENTS OF A FRIEND C,::,:, - - -:L ,J fI'IiII3 CRAFTSMAN PRESS Inc. PRINTERS Union Shop 546 FIRST STREET Emil Lamerdin, Proprietor Howard Lamerdin '33 Fred Lamerdin '35 Emil Lamerdin, jr. '59 lil What's this? IZJ Ah, lunch! fn' """""' ' "W 'UT R E x G R 0 c E R Y jc 1810 Polk Street E J 0 H N K L 1 N E C On Polk Street 25 Year: 4' 4 4 ::::J:::::::,-:,'::,':,',',',A:,',' A FINE FOODS AT LOW PRICES :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 4, I 1 Ordway 0773-4 Lx, - ..... xx, ,xl :::: ': :' ::::::: ':::' ::::::""r TC Italian Books Art Goods Stationery Records R A D 1 o ,I Sale: - Service 11 'n A. CAVALLI fr co. 35 ITALIAN BOOK STORE 1441 sTocKToN sr. GAr6eld 4219 E I 'r Kodaks and Supplies Musical Instruments Italian Music Imported Post Cards :1 .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,J 'r Compliments of lr LACE HOUSE FRENCH LAUNDRY II I '1 l fxox., .' if I Telephone Mlssion 4720 I 3036 - 24th Street, near Harrison I. P. Bourdet, Proprietor ,::- -::::::::::-.::'.v -:,::l, '-:: :::: :::: ll Dry Goods Infants' Wear I 'I k I 'n MRS. T. TASSANO .' 1458 GRANT AVE. I, SAN FRANCISCO if if fl LADIES' AND MEN'S WEAR Phone EXbrook 1319 :1 lr J i' COM PLIM ENTS W SENIOR REGISTRY 465 'I' 'n F -"- -----'----- - vv- --Y Yes, we still have INNER - SPRING MATTRESSES! TI SUN CO. HARDWARE FURNITURE 'A' 1005 GRANT AVENUE 1123 GRANT AVENUE CHina 1940 SAN FRANCISCO C O M P L I M E N T S of MRS. T. TROULIETTE ir FRENCH LAUNDRY 2133 Fillmore --- -- ...... --- ---J :.-, :::::::-:::.-::::: ::.-1, 'I GOLDEN GATE MACARONI COMPANY, Inc. Munufaflurers of Macaroni, Egg Noodles and Fancy Paste 'k 2950-32 OCTAVIA STREET Telephone ORdway6645 Toiletries Candies The CORNER FOUNTAIN SERVICE Kodaks-Films-Statione ry Greeting Cards Q 99 - 9th Street, Corner Mission HEmlock 5836 COMPLIMENTS ofthe 1550 GEARY CAFE S. Suguilan, Proprietor Q WE SERVE EILIPINO FOOD Phone GRaystone 0325 Free Delivery C O M P L I M E N T S vuLcAN MARKET of GROCERIES MAY CHIN JUNE LAU FRUITS ,- VEGETABLES BLOSSOM LEE GENEVIEVE LEE QUALITY MEATS ADA LOW PHOEBE WONG 'A' 1700 FILBERT STREET SAN FRANCISCO i Class of june, 1942 Compliments VICTORY FOUNTAUY 987 NORTH POINT just a Storze's Throw from School 'WX' HOT AND COLD LUNCHES Dinner Served Complete Fountain Servire M A R Y s M IT H, Proprietor "N0Xf 'BYE, 'BYE 2 0 7 BUYBONDS! BYE and BYE BUYam1BUY! 'Xfyg-, CH Ah, love! f4l 'Tis Spring 121 Senorita Lommori 133 Aye, Yi, Yi, Yi 22211501-I STRIIT DISTINCTIVE PORTRAITURE PHOTOSTATIC COPIES PASSPORT PHOTOS WEDDING GROUPS CITIZENSHIP 'WP Telephone ORdway 0113 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. TO A GRADUATING CLASS THAT WILL NEED Courage Here's Wishing Them All the Best There Is from THE L4 CLASS Unique Service Offered at the BROADWAY VAN NESS BOWL 32 Lanes A CLUB ROOM CLUB ALLEYS-Complete and apart from the rest of the building, where you and your group may bowl in privacy. LUNCH COUNTER-Newly installed lunch counter for the convenience of our patrons. STUDENT BODY CARDS-We honor Stu- dent Body cards every day except Sun. and holidays. Bowling 20c per game with card. Q BROADWAY VAN NESS BOWL 1465 BROADWAY fat Polkj GRaystone 2418 1 FOR BODY'S HEALTH get SPRECKELS- RUSSELL MILK with the Natural Flavor ..aI.. INDEPENDENT GROCERS 2 4. --.A-.. ---,---,,- ---,,,---,,,4 u.,:,, --- , 4 -sf ill Working hard? 127 Beafin' if out 133 Love? Ahem! 14? Looky, lookyl 151 Peek a boo 161 "A" Card Special F f:::::f::f::f::f::::f:f::::: ff:-'T FJ:f-T::f:f::f::::f:f:f:f::f:-T:fififf- 1 l, " :I DRESSES - COATS - SUITS - FURS SMlTTY'S GIFT SHOP 'I .C . :T l MILLINERY - LINGERII: I G R E E TIN G .I 1' if 1, 4, CARDS I 'Q BETTE FRANCES I 1' 'T S H O P P E Gifts of Distinction I 1' wk :P ' DOuglas 9946-Phones-DOuglas 8699 2052 Chestnut Street San Francisco ff If . T, ,, 440 Sutter Street San Francisco A A A ........s. ..ss A A Q H. ::::::::::::x::xx: xr :JMB fixxx " ' ' " ' x:x::::::' , , . . . When you want a Hollywood haircut, 1: j' Guido Lew R. Baiocchi Frank Domemcl don't go to Hollywood . . . G0 ff' , -5 ITALIAN RESTAURANT I I, 1, S ' 4+ Lunch and Dinner Week Days 1' ' A lf' d d ' kj WAlnut 9908 " 1 Surlda'yyLtlx?ch0zfndrlginner -AY , I' ffiny bind of drinkj 'u 4 2 2 9 1 C H E S T N U T S T R E E T 555 Broadway, cor. Columbus Avenue . 1 T, Phone GA. 9938 San Francisco ,, A ...A A ,AAA TLAAAAA xxx, AAA AA: were ll! Swing G Sway 125 T.N.T.l l3l Choppin' up UH Hammerin' down ........, ...M SUCCESS toall HIGH SENIORS COMPLIMENTS ofthe Galileo Saber Club "NWN-2 COMPLIMENTS ofthe GALILEO BAND it .55 dlxkmcjlb THOMAS B. KENNEDY Instrurlor m,.-A - --- -------- FJ.-:.-.-.-:::::- -:::::.-:::, G. B. Celle P. Sanguinetti G. B. CELLE CO. 171 7 Powell St. MACARONI MANUFACTURERS Since 1881 In making our products we use the highest and purest grade of durum semolino. the really Italian Process Exclusive Agents for "SALVO" Olive Oil All Kinds of Italian Imported Olive Oils and Groceries Phone DOuglas 2465 San Francisco COMPLIMENTS of THE STUDENTS OF MISS MASCHIO 205 Moy, Lora Navarro, Robert Nevin, May Ng, Alvina Ng, Nancy Oeschger, Ray Olandug, Sally Oliveri, Ann O'Malley, Lillian Owen, Gelfery Panicucci, Gloria Panos, Louis Paredes, Elizabeth Parente, Eva Pedone, vide Pera, Andrew Av Peterson, Patricia Phillips, Barbara Picchi, Norma Pira, Peter Pool, Jane Pouey, Irene Pucci, Florence Quilici, Elso Ramirez, jane Pandazzo, Constance Ranzullo, Nick Rendon, julian Repetto, Guido Revello, Leo Roeber, joan Rosingana, Phyllis CONSOLIDATED FISHERIES Inc. 425 Washington Street Phone EXbrOok 7012 Visit Our Sea Food Restaurant Specializing in SEAFOOD SALADS :::.-::4:.-:::::::: :::: -,--,, ,- :::::::::::-U PRospect 3375 PRospect 3374 VAN-CHES MARKET FRESH FRUIT and V E G E T A B L E S N F. SANTORI A. MAGAGNINI Mears Vegetables N 1327 CHESTNUT STREET SAN FRANCISCO U' EILL SISTERS STUDIO Of DANCING ca af, 1191 MARKET STREET MArket 7 i 80 C bil d ren Adults MARINA BEAUTY SALON 1801 UNION STREET Corner Octavia SAN FRANCISCO WAlnut 6054 Flllmore 2391 F v--- C, BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS from REGISTRY 259 Miss Calmenson Drink .... HlRE'S ROOT BEER and PEPSI-COLA szo PACIFIC STREET if BELFAST BEVERAGE CO. Phone DOuglas 0547 --- --- ....... --- ----JJ Phone SUtter 4964 ir The MODERN CLEANERS We Own and Operate Our Own Plant 'Ir 1614 Stockton Street San Francisco COMPLIMENTS 01' DE LUXE BOCCI BALL COURT 622 Broadway near Stockton San Francisco, Calif. C 0 M P L I M E N T s of Miss SEVIER'S HIGH SENIOR REGISTRY 31 5 A' C. B. lJeMartini - Caesar Pezzolo Proprietors C O M P L I M E N T S 01' MRS. MARIA B. ALLEN ffinglo-Swiss Adress and Wrilerj i' PALACE HOTEL San Francisco, California Modem, New and Used Accordions For Sale i' PROF. JOHN PEZZOLO ACCORDION PALACE Private Lessons 'A' Phones: Studio, EXbrook 6070 Res., EXbrook 2703 517 Columbus Avenue San Francisco u. :,, ,,:.- :::::: :::J C::::,,,,,,,,,,,,, ::::::::::, J f'A""' "A" "A -"' AA" A'- 'P 'I ll 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I P P 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I Q Bm. America? Largest Manufacturing Retail jewelers We cordially invite you to visit our new store at Grant and Geary . . . Official headquarters for Galileo High School Iewelry. GRANT AVENUE AT GEARY MISSION STREET AT 20TH I I Il 'l. 'll Boys only '21 'Tain't possible '31 Munching session '41 Cones unscrambling ISI Best period '61 Get hep! i C O M P L I M E N T S from Miss de Bernardi's H4 REGISTRY 456 Notary Public Attorney-al White and White Attorneys Albert K. Chow William J. Chow ROOM 305 550 MONTGOMERY STREET CHina 1189 DOug -Law las 0339 i COMPLIMENTS ofthe CHINESE SOCIAL CLUB COMPLIMENTS ofthe RAINBOBATH COMPANY 219 NINTH STREET COMPLIMENTS of FRANCIS W. KIMBLE Represenling Arch-Rib Truss Co. 508 mth Street Oakland, Calif. COMPLIMENTS of GALILEO CAFETERIA ru RI MODELING - CLEANING - GLAZING Made-to-Order Coats 21 YEARS EXPERIENCE Work Guuranleed NELSON FURS 2162 POLK ST. GRayst0ne 9335 JACKIE WONG SING WEST COAST LIFE INSURANCE CO. nr 820 Jackson Street CHina 1880 :::.-:Q.-::- :C ..,..v.., -- '1 Ib :::::, :::::::: A::: -::::::: ..... :- Eff:-':-'A:f:v ":f:- fff- ::::"' 'II Manhattan Shirts Kaynee Boys Wear ,I Mallory Hats Phoenix Socks In I xi: +I II II II W I M P S " f 1 - I It I: MENS and BOYS' WEAR 3: ,K gg, PJJIJ 5, 'fig 'Sf -3517" gl :L julian Gosliner, Prop. Tkjj L- '7:I"i I Wu :fk?xkh l , I 1, II 2 1 4 2 C H E 5 T N U T 5 T R E E T IC SAN FRANC1SCO'S first school- fl Open Evenings Fillmore 2207 II house opened in 1848. But it soon Ii 1, closed-the teacher went goldbhunte ,I I' ing in the Mother Lode. By 1854, 1, ':"::::: ::::::::: : ':::::: :::::I ,I there were seven schools . . . I,S74 I' ,::: A ::::::v A:::: v:::v ::' v::::v '1 pupils. 1: I' 1 :I Vfxit Wells Fargo? History Room lp -Market and Morxtgomery Street. ,I Famous from Coast to Coast for Emblixlml 1852 I GOOD CHINESE FOOD I k It It ells Fargo Ban 'g 1 5 I T . , C A T H A Y H 0 U S E 31 Z1 Umon Trust Co. It II I California at Grant San Francisco Member F.D.l.C. I II 1 :E if johnny Kim Ernie Tsang " 1 , d,,,,- -,,xxx,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,:4 'A' COMPLIMENTS OF CALIFORNIA GENERAL LINEN SUPPLY C O M P A N Y AY- " "" ""' "" """' """fp In NEW RAINBOW MARKET 1800 FILBERT 'k Phone WEst 6084 -:::::,::: -::- ::::,::,-:::,- -:, J Ill Turnabout IZI Chinning av- ...............,-. ---Y ..v.. --- L'EMPORlO LUCCHESE 'GENTSFURNBHERS 4 Agents for Crofut 8: Knapp Felt Hats, Also Stetson Hats, Florsheim Shoes, jantzen Swimming Suits and Sweaters, Arrow Shirts A' A. Maggenti, Manager 1429 Stockton St. 530 Broadway SUtter 9502 EXbro0k 9796 F,,- --- i' COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND L--- --- BLUM'S CONFECTIONERY 'A' Only the BEST in QUALITY and SERVICE LW Fred Levy, Manager 'k Polk at California Phone ORdway 8500 'A' C O M P L I M E N T S of the B R I G H T S P O T C R E A M E R Y A' COMPLIMENTS of BACCELLI GROCERY IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC OILS 2000 FILBERT STREET WEst 7963 San Francisco, Calif. Lf::: :::f:::::::.-ff A' COMPLIMENTS af REGISTRY 203 Mrs. Murphy, Reg. Teacher 'A' FOR YOUR FUTURE PROTECTION and to prepare you for a rainy day See ' FRANCIS YEE for INSURANCE A 820 JACKSON STREET Clflina 1880 Free Advice COMPLIMENTS vf ROBERT A. WATERS President Waters Building V A N N E S S A T B U S H TUxedo 1865 San Francisco james F. Waters, Distributor RED POPPY CANDIES R44 WFP! CRD DIES J O H N N. 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