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

 - Class of 1944

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V up EUNTENT5 ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES ARTS I' ll Ill I " 'fl I1 I. H , h F. Riga Zin illivmnriam MRS. HELEN BROWN Teacher of Hygiene Died january 6, 1944 DEDIEATIU In this year, the third year of war, it is only fitting and proper to dedicate our yearbook "The Telescope" to all those fighting for freedom, actively or passively. First, to all those valiant Allies of the United States-England, Russia and China, and to all those of the underground in Occupied Countries. To the men in uniform who make up these countries and will right to the death to defend them for freedom's sake. To those who have gone to work in essential industries, who are helping to bring back sooner those in uniform. To the teachers, for helping to provide the students of Galileo with a better knowledge with which to equip themselves. And hnally, to the students who have stayed in school to secure an education, particularly the boys who, through their teachers, are gaining the knowledge which is to help them later in their branch of the Armed Services and to prepare themselves with skilled and essential jobs for a post-war world. We the editors, feel sure that this year, more than ever, the physical education and R.O.T.C. departments should be given special mention and congratulations on helping students to build fine healthy bodies and to develop a fair sense of play. Q' 4, . u- 1 A x VER? 'll I g l ,gf S41 'S 'K - t ,v ,. , A W , Tap wuz' Kiamelia Nunez. Madge Mtewilliams, Cecelia Zacharin, Delio Domeniconi linfmm mir: Dick Firchaugh. Wilbiir Renke. joe Tarantino, joe Cfasalnuovo THE EDITUH5 PHESE T .... To the Students of Galileo, the Telescope, june, 1944. In bringing this edition of the Telescope to you, the Student Body of Galileo, the staff encountered many difficulties, because of war shortages and conditions. The members of the staff wish to take this opportunity to thank their adviser, Mrs. Marjorie Cullen, for her valuable help which was needed to make this book of memories a success. But now, meet the staff. Cecelia Zacharin and Madge McWilliams, both activity-worn seniors, served as co-editors and lived lives of desperation until deadline time. Beverly Burns held the important position of senior-editor. Delio Domeniconi, well known Student Body treasurer, was in charge of the sports section. joe Tarantino, chairman of the Senior Prom, and more important the Telescope's circulation manager, made efficiency his motto. Super salesman Will Renke handled Telescope advertising and engineered a red-letter day-the senior picnic in marvelous Marin. 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Durst, Mis. Iinixxxllals. Nl, Ixml. l5ff,'.'ffn1 run .' Miss Rae, Nr Cullen. Miss Hartlctt. M ISS MAUD GARVEY TH E FAII LTY Principal MR. WILLIAM A. WIELAND Vice-Principals Miss Georgia Hawkins Mr. Ras Johnson Home Economicy Dept. Boyf' Physical EdllL'dff07l Miss Virginia Bartlett Miss Maud V. Garvey Foreign Lan gua ge Dept. Mrs. Mariorie Bailhache, Head Mrs. Cleonice Anderson Miss Emma Croce Miss Alice deBernardi Miss Dorothv A. Hill Miss Alice Lagan Mrs. Theresa Oglou Mr. Thomas DeNike, Head Mr. Henry S. Lewis Mr. Carl Spitzer Library Miss Mabel White, Librarian Miss Marv Marshall, Book Room O. T. C. Sgt. Iohn W. Fearn Swim' Regi.f1ra1'.r Mrs. Marjorie Buillmche, Adri u nr and C1111 11,1 elm' Miss Dorothy A. Hill Miss Alice Lagan Miss Gladys Lorigan Miss Pearl Maschio Miss Florence Sevier Miss Mathilda Skinner E11 gliyb De lf7dl'fl716'IIf Miss Florence Metzner, Ilan! Miss Ida Bernard Mrs. Mariorie Cullen, lr1l11'Ih11l.ff11 Mrs, listher S. Esau, Dr.mmtir.i Miss May E. Gray Miss Emilie Nasser Miss Chervl Dunbar, Miss Mathilda Skinner Pulzlir S1re.nl2il1,u Miss Helen Swinton Matlaeffzalicis' De partnzezll Mr. Caleb G. Cullen, Aflillg Head Miss Pearl G. Maschio Mrs. Anna D. Murphy Mrs. Dorothy P. Maas Miss Barbara Taylor, A emnalllirx Mr. Richard Zeidler lDl':lll'iIlg Defmrfnlwzl Mrs. David Dcasv Mrs. Gertrude Edwards I11d1z.f!rial Am' Depl. Mr. lohn H. Lord, Arlint' Head Mr. David I. Deasy Mr. Clinton Iacobsen Mr. l. D. Sanderson M zzxiv De partnzeflt Miss Constance Keohan Mr. Thomas I. Kennedy Science Department Mr. Fred M. Durst, Head Mr. Leo Campbell Mr. Willis Hester Miss Beryl Kautz Mrs. Anna T. Koch Miss Mary Murphy Mr. George W. Schultzberg Hi.rmry Departmenf Mrs. Ella W. Ryan, Head Mrs. Esther Alpers Miss Alice deBernardi Miss Isabel M. Duff Mrs. Geraldine Grant Miss Gladys l.origan Miss Mathilda Skinner Mr. Frank G. Tremayne C0l11H1l'1't'idl Sulajecfx Miss Agnes l. Rae, Acling H ead Miss Idella Blume Miss Miriam Calmenson Mr. Herbert L. French Mr. Thomas Gates Mrs. Grace Kendall Mrs. Anita K. Iensen Mr, William Samis Miss Florence M. Sevier Mrs. Evelynfgright, - , i - 4 - Main 0 re GH!! P17-Jlflfdl Ealucatmn Miss Rose Connelly. Miss Alberta McNeely, Allenalanrv Ollire Head Miss Ruth Schoeppe Nf"'5e M155 Mildred Weildnll Miss Camille Aguirre me rifle' MR. THOMAS DE NIKE I ff mn li!! .wr vflgl-1: Renke. junette, Pitto, liruntlett. illiihlli' mizx' lk-re. Hillesheim. llILlI1t'.llLll'!Ll, lxltxvlllllilllly Zasliaiin, 'l umtx in I1 I fum wir: Kant. Firehaugh. Atldiego. Evansun, Lent, Murelmiise. SE IUH EU EH ME The seniors of 1941-4 wish to express their deep gratitude to the Galileo faculty. This year has heen a dithcult one for all of us, a year of long weeks of school, and all too few holidays, an accelerated year, with boys leaving every week for military service. Yes, it has been a strenuous semester for us students, hut even more so for our teachers. Their thankless task has been that of teaching us under highly irregular conditions. Each moment taken from school work this term affected our very education, for time was short and precious. Yet our instructors saw that we received all necessary studies and still gave us extra time for pleasure. For helping us with our work and seeing that we had enough fun in a too serious year for all ot' us, we the seniors of 1914 are most grateful. S" " n ,MTZQ 51- 1 l?gm-,,fX,5xQ..h ,- - -"55g+g4j15fw .,T4+4. is nr .4 H4 "pLgf:'g:1'1J"E',':ALd31fY?:t'zx'k' vm- ' .,e3 f"" 'Qifdbii .-.. is-2 - ff:-1' 5'1" -ffiwi?-f:ff2?z11sfm- s?-43. 'WV - ' -5 iw liwew- Q5 Q." :Hvg I-1, i 41143 g1,' 9 f- i ,-A, .+-me ..., . J 1' r. 1 -, JK". : ' N1 Rlh:'f3'J't" ' '.'f'f'g V1 1 - - -' .- ' ",i- 'flfsf 1 " ' " WMM . fliij 'I ' 11 . -xl .h ,Liz , - ffm gif' - Q fi. ,,llf?F'5v.?5' ,. ' . ,iizlff 5 . 2 x 'f'g' f:!"55'4 ' Aw,-. . A - .-11 1- -W -+A, 1 fe-'V L- -- --f-aS.1' .m-..,... jf 5215- 'gg . W If . 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But thank you, Galileo, for the memories. EIIMMENIIEMENT SPE HERB M'-OQMQSP ls l PATRIFIA DERE RITA DREBERT SUSAN GREEN ltlli 'l'ARAN'l'lNU IZVELYN KANT AUSTIN KELLY A SYMPOSIUM The ll"m'ld of Trwlffrrnzz' Youth ......... Rita Drelwcrt Science . . . Patricia Dere lfree Enterprise . . Austin Kelly America . . ..... joe Tarantino The Home ......., Susan Green Poems of Prophesy. Selections from the Poetry of Ten- nyson, Tugora, Stephen Vinvent Benet . Evelyn Kant Tuff mir, lrfl In riglvl: Gloria Valle. Neil Morehouse, Gloria Biancalana, Ralph Corcoran, Eleanor Addiego. Middle' wzr: Austin Kelly. Susan Green. Bnllom rvuu' Eddy Evansnn, Gloria Kane. joe Tarantino. SE IUH HALL UF If ME Best Dressed Boy . Best Dressed Girl . . . Boy most likely to succeed Girl most likely to succeed . Most Popular Boy . . Most Popular Girl Wittiest Senior . Spilling the Blarney Most Intelligent Senior . Prettiest Senior Girl Handsomest Boy . Most Modest Senior Shyest Senior . Personality Boy Personality Girl . . Best All Around Athlete . Wilbur Renke Gloria Biancalana Eddie Evanson . Gloria Kane Neal Morehouse . Frances Lent . Gloria Valle Austin Kelly . Evelyn Kant . Susan Green Delio Domeniconi Ralph Corcoran Dick Firebaugh joe Tarantino Eleanor Addiego Frank Lucchesi IUH , .-..-4 N'-x XX NN N 'gp on r... r.. I Y I 1: f , fu I 1111 Q.lr.xlmmv, Nl 4.1 -nm l7.1v ful. Nmhruu H!h'nlw.uh, .XIIJJIA rffu .' The St. P.1tmk'x Dux Um Q ua m M Ihr umm mucwlul wi tlu-wn11wlcr. l5f,11f,m 'fu .' lux 1 uhcn, Scnml Day IX11ll'X1.l'N, Hclcnr Snhu f' I Y .uit 'x y. -mi 'S 6 1 R1111f1uq 1111111 Lf! iff 111514. 11,11 l.' LIL-.1111w1' A1hl1cp41w. C1l1111.1 H1.1111.1l.111.1. f l.11.1l1L-l 1 Il.lIl. Run J: ATE5 Hc.1l1i1c Agufi, 'l'l1cl111.1 limi, Ruth I 11111: Rm' 3: X'11'1.111 A111ircxx x, H1-11'1lv lKl.111k, Rust I 1111. Run -1 .' Ilx1 Avcvcd 11, Mmulul Hluilv, Ins I when, M.11'1 c I wsu, N.1l.1l1c I:sp11111s.1. i',d11.1 0.11.1- l71l1D,JC.lHFlU H11ks,lZvclyn K1111l. 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Manual l,manla, fhristina Ortega aml Rulaml lialni were high yuniur olliccrs in thc fall. EL SS UF JUNE '45 H 5-406-MR. H ESTER T011 funn' Smith, Lando, Allirtoli, Leonetti, Bulluzero, Dorssi, Carolli. Middle mum' Martino, Wimng, Givler, Tabri, Willtmughby, Chin, Lee. Bottom ww: Tournoho, De Matoli, Davis, Mengeni, Gerber, Guzzetto. sk H5-2o4eMRs. GRANT Tap mum' Scliupp, Buugalupi, Campinelli, Wing, Tur- ner, Soudens, Cannizzano, Tevis, Leon, Snttlen. Middle muu' Giacomelli, Stiphens, Calonnix, Maiomnn, Cirami, Botti, Bellanti, Lucas, De Quirico, Fowlkes. Bnlmm ww: Rose, Elirenherg, Cullen, Borruso, Recn, Denevi, Zuneztu, Spenalnza, Lindsav. sk H3-413-MISS DUFF T011 wuz' Grisez, Anselmo, Di Grazia, Sugrowe, Alva- ranado, Silvestri, Condon. Middle ruuz' Schoonover, Salomon, Szihagian, Griggs, Kane, Leboe, Muleno. Bnlmm row: Cassaretto, McCann, Quinn, Burch, Mc- Donnell, Silverman, Baldini, Sempell. J. wk H3-565SMISS BLUME Tap rouu' Smith, Denny, De Leone, De Lucca, Turnell, Stucker, Klenz, Erno, Miner, Curtis. Middle mum' Lownsdale, Canata, De Lucca, Retunu, Tocchini, If. Smith, Copobianco, Lew. Bnimm row: More-sco, Merlai, Cinquini, Cicchi, More, Corrucli, Villulon, Lew. il? H3-356-MR. SAMIS Tofu mum' Fong, Avanzino, Campilongo, Haullich, Gum- va, Inglese. Middle mum' Low, Loke, Lim, Jung, Ca- sazza. Bollom row: Sands, Pomper, Guagossiany, Frm ser, Delmar. HIGH UNIUHS ' 1-15456-MR. LEWIS Tuff mir, Inf! rn riiqlwf: Aguirre, Cummings, Dietchen Smith, Loxada, Rocchi. Middle rnuu' Jong, Murphy Millani, luw, Cum-o, Anderson. Bnllwzz ww: Smith Str-vciis, hlimincz, Silvcstri, Rarnella, Mugnani, Grisenti ik HS asitpiiriss BERNARD 'Mfr wuz' Faiariol, Paciulli, Kidd, Higlcy, Fry, Nerf. Miildlv ruir: Bordinaro, It'LlI'l,8Z, Wtncbcr, Wagner, Coli- chidas, Marcclino, Bnlmm wir: Scafani, Reed, Mackey, Cox, I. Broomhuad. M. Hroomhead, Schimmel, Sollars. ik H 5 ---IOS-MR. TRIZMAYN E Twp mir: Russo, Dictch, Franccsconi, Pctroni, C. Chan. Middli' mira' 'lil'L'lI1ilYI1C, Mantclli, Dong, Harry Chin, Hoy Chin. linlmm wir: Travaglino, Monfrcdini, Osch- ,i.3ci', W. Chan, Wting, Luc. wir H 5--V 414-MRS. ISSAU Iiulmm mir: Torre, Manning, Orfcnhach, Marchi, Wtwng, Antchi, Middhf mum' Costa, Billantc, Dc Quio, Maccv, Gong, Chan. Tufv mir: Scincncro, Delgado, Sardaro, Wriglit, Mandolcsi, Cunningham, Robertson. fir L5- Shop 2'--MR. LORD Hollnlu l'0ll',' Foppialno, Gzllindo, DuCL'ini, Ivlr. Lord, Marino, Mansi, Danilc, Middlu mum' Tom, Lee, Oneto, Flores, Kohn. Tuff mir: De Natali, Lapera, Sfcrrozza, Gregg, Dc Martini, Filihcrti. Q 1 Lnw JU L3-410-MRS. KOCH Tofu mum' Rutlrigucz, Wyss, Adams, Bituli, Pnrunti. Middle mir: Prim, Accra, Chin, lohe, Leung. Bolmm mu'.' Ripndas, Yuutsy, Hill, D'Augustn, Lewis, Machi. ik L5-362-MISS SWINTON Tuff ruuu' Tminii, liuttistini, Green, Zlolcovich, New- lvamcr, liiildi, Nnpp, lnmes. Middlv wuz' Swinton, Fong Knnwltun, Amlwrusc, Barni, Cuminzl, Mesler, Milani liiicigulupi, Hccks. linfmm mu: Sumn, Asaro, Bruno lcung, Gzlrris. it l.5"5il6A+MRS. ALPERS Ylllfl rnuu' Bravo, Dito, Drills, Gurlwls. Mizldle raw: Chin, Ng, Gan, Iuc, Muck, Calnsulnziixnc, Flint. B01- lnm mum' Leung, Carter, Enitls, Fruncusclii, Lawuestai Gcrmzmo. 713, L 4-554-MR. ZEIDLFR Tuff mir. lcfl In riglu: Zollczzi, Wtmng, Hong, Carla- mnngo. Middle' fIlIl'.' Dcquiliu, Truscclli, Toy, Ragusn, Malzzzlflcri. Hnlmm ffllll' Scutcnu. Pinnroc, Low, Ficltl l.uw, Huey. iff L3-4135-MISS MLlRPHX' Twp wuz' Blank, Gummcrc, Rcily, Franklin, Porter, Mifldlu wuz' Stone, Luc, wliuncs, Pcirnno. Bolmm rrmx' Lambert, Tarantino, Gionni, Clmrlumugnu, Ng, Biitlay. u y - v II I. IJ F 'll li L5---555-MRS. IENSEN Top wuz' Rubio, Picctti, Quan, Chin, Taylor. Middlu mum' Gelardi, Lew, Tcrrv, Tosclii, Pioli, Wfon. linllnm wuz' Samqucnctti, Snmccno, Sclli, Pin-ri, Rumi, Paoli, Valli. I X H2-SHOP -1-MR, IACQOISSEN T011 mzzz' Munn, lcspcraon. Lcnzio, Mrirzcttil, Pollifitn. Middly wir: McGrc41l, Ong, Chin, Kilkenny, Tr-rnullo, Moth. Bflfflllll VUIIX' Huic, Hucv, Lambert, lX1il'.l'L1li1l, lmndsbcrg, Low. I' X HZ-f -io-if MISS NASSISR Tuff wuz' Chadscv, Goorlmrm, Fuzio, l..1u, Duug, Spu- duro, Fries, Haines, Gurrido, Middlr mirx' lfcldmuii. Maccdo, Bologna, Lococo, lung, ciL'l'.lIdi, Low, Fomg. Bolmm rout Cucciu, Fowlkcs, GL-tts, Gulntolo, Giusti, Fernandez, Leo, Ice. fx 4 H2 7-1 I l-'MR. Cfl'LI.liN Top mum' Louis, Wfong, T.1r.mtino, SL-nrutii, Shore, Tringali. Middle mir: Lim, Lowe, Scudcri, Slim-chan, Seal, Simonctti, Rugozzino, liulmm mfr: Snnguinctti, Sun Din-go, Sicco, Purixi, I.cc,SI1ulv. Ju LL H2 -36I-f--MISS KAVTZ T011 ruzr: Ricoaau, DL'lLICCi1i, RL-pctto, Rndur, Militifli. Middlv mir: Massiiluni, Picrucci, Mills, Sliclllmmai, Keiffcr, Millar. linllum mum' Olsen, Rilcy, Tixxvis, 1N1c-vers, Novurrgx, Mark, Arcin. SUPHUM ES Trip mug lvfl In rigbl: Gamba, Ferrari, Fong, Harti- mus, Dear, Lee. Middle mum' Contreras, Damato, Gyn, Clin, Edmonds, Demichelli. Barium mug: DeBenedetti, Quilici, Imsick, Hirsch, jam, Coluzzi. 72? H.Zf214-MISS GARVEY 'fajf wuz' Todd, jackson, Silva, Valla, Sutton, Duddy, Guardino, Lum, Owyang. Middle r'r1u': Reyes, Low, Chow, Sledge, Smith, Louie, Chin. Buflom row: Lee, Modenese, Vidak, Shaeffer, Anido, Gamhuzza, Mazza- natto. Sf? H 2f355vMlSS RAE Tuff mum' Sturgeon, Greene, Reza, Quon, Wimng, Lew, Passanisi. Middle mum' Spence, Tomei, Rebizzo, Ra- vella, Snell, Vidal, Bulilllll ww: Spingola, Wloo, Vac- ca rezza, Torre, Rashid, Wning. ik' HZ--514-MRS. MAAS T011 wuz' Wilslmn, Herd, Holt, Groomer, Keath, Sue, Young. Middle ruzw: Lew, Kleupfer, Linden, Padisi, Mazzone, Tom, Stern, Burrow mum' Kaizer, Lucchese, Luke, lngravallo, Ferguson, Zacharin, Marten, Heyman. air HZ-360-MR. scHULTzisERG Tuff 1'rHl'.' Adams, Young, Tomco, Basuino. Middle mir: Vanzo, Rabenorth, Kehlor, Lum, Tom. Hnffrnu mir: Pinotti, Addiugo, Ippolito, Traina, Lindsay. JUNE '45 GRADUATES H2-415-MISS de BERNARDI Tojr 7'0ll'.' Choy, Chan, Comullo, Amlreis, Bordinono, Maggiora. Middle row: Chew, Gee, Cnturegli, Lee, Calcagno, Choy, Ynagojo. Bottom row: Amoroso, Chin, Bc-mardi, Dass, Adams. 9: H2-312-MISS WEILAND Tot: four Homoke, Jow, Monaco, Kay, Imperial. Mid- dle rou': Lee, De Miguel, Ioe, lang, Joe. Bottom mum' Ho, Pnrodi, Raggio, Natoli, Panatonni. Y? 1 H2-412-MISS GRAY 7 of: ruun' Nella, Carrasco, Owyang, Chu, Balestrazzi. Middle rouu' Cirelli, Young, Wells, Louie, Casaline. Bottom row: Barney, Maxwell, Montalhano, Avolzl, Cristinni, Costa. ff L2-Shop 5-MR. DEASY Tofu row: Taberus, Lau, Wcwng, Wlwng, Maretti, Pond. Middle rout: Sharlen, Keyt, Kennedy, Ballpa, Mem- valle, La Pocea. Bottom row: Grami, Shendel, De- lucchi, Thatcher, Solari. SA' L2-304-MRS. OGLOU Tot: rouu' Dito, Esenarro, Gianni, Bonaportc, Lang. Middle rouu' Camozzi, Low, Bulleri, Dominqucz, Chuck, Campilongo. Bottom row: De Veto, Clark, Chow, Yuen, Horvath. LIJW SUPHUMUHE5 L2-401-MISS CROCE Top row: Warren, Blanchard, Kant, Baero, Sabella, Arsento, Baptism, Sheehan, Fanucci, Gibbs. Middle mum' Beccio, Black, Balla, Leong, Jan, Wong, Brune- man, Kuben, Tsang. Bottom row: Fong, Bostic, Farey, Fortune, Carrahino, Carmassi, Fong, Bancroft, Baccei, if L2-A203-MRS. MURPHY Top row: Wimng, Gong, Anderson, Bachigmami, Bales- treri, Silvestri, Frediani, Cristante. Middle row: Mc- Gee, Lund, Hinshaw, Azzarini, Heffron, Oesehger, Wriglmt. Bollom row: Gee, Rossi, Meschi, Mock, Car- onngno, Scafidi, Huth. ik L2-.ass--Miss CALMERSON Top rouf, lefl to righf: Messina, M. Manzella, Dalglish, Cascino, Marino, Lucchesi, Cirelli, Maggira. Middle mum' Lam, R. Manzella, Rizza, Oliva, Gill, Pardini. liolmm 7'Ull'.' C. Wong, F. Wong, Campanelli, Hoo, Buonsanti, Lim, Chow. wir L2--3 57-MR. GATES Top fouf: Lustig, Pippus, Safhalm, Manzella, Pon, Miraglio, Tong. Middle row: Lew, Ricossa, Lopez, Pierona, Fung, Macias, Franceschini. Bottom row: Iohnson, Mannone, Bandoni, Angeli, Lim, Ruggiero, Zeno, Lee. fir L2-305-MISS DUNBAR Top noun' Horstman, Alberti, De Quatro, De Lucca. Forner, Faggi. Middle wuz' Crivello, Hammer, Wal- ters, Brandes, Garaventa, Grayson. Bottom rou': Kola- rik. Hendrickson, Ryan, Ahellierio, Del Favero, GoH, Felix. Tim mu 3 joe Tarantino, jean Pitkett, Helen Emery, Grace Martinez, Marie Cresci. Bona -n . S nz 1 u jean cawtell. judy Reilly, -Ine Casalnunvo and Dick Fircbaugh. THE PENIJULUM With the last edition of this term's Pendulum neatly placed on the shelf and hope for a Hfth All-American honor rating by the National Scholastic Press Association, we look back to see what has happened during the spring term, 1944. Editor-in-Chief Juliette Reilly supervised the editing of the Pendulum, Helen Emery was successful as managing editor, and is looking forward to more and better issues next term. joe Casalnuovo, joe Tarantino and Harry Del Grande served well with their views on sports. Ads were secured by Advertising Manager Marie Cresci. Grace Martinez, copy editor, was kept busy working on all untyped material. jean Sawtell and Beverly Burns, social editors, managed the Between the Lions and Chat- terbox. jean Pickett served as business manager, but also did some excellent writing. The Cub reporters of the staff were: Katherine Tarantino, Wilbur Renke, Dick Fire- baugh, Madge McWilliams, Cecelia Zacharin, Sally Gum- mere, Camelia Nunez, joyce Lucas, julie Young, Gloria Rich, Barbara Manning, Harriet Woolf and Pat Ryan. During the term the newswriting class participated in the Scholastic Quill and Scroll Magazines Contests. Gali- leo was able to place a winner and two honorable men- tions in each one. Helen Emery, managing editor, came in second in the sectional part of the contest, with a feature story, "Will There Be a World War III?" Delio Domeniconi, sports editor and present student body treasurer, was given honorable mention for a sports story that he sent in. i Lillian Gunther, D'-43, was given an honorable men- tion for her interesting editorial. To Mrs. Marjorie Cullen, the Pendulum staff wishes to extend their deepest thanks for her invaluable aid, which made possible those publications. FOUTLIGHTS-IvLRS. ALPERS, Sf70I1,l'07' Tuff mum' Kane, Reilly, Moore, Leve, Feery, Wiwlft' Middle mir: Mrs. Alpers, Garabito, Payne, Moore Rose, Burns, Cunningham, Bollnm wuz' Sawtell, Atl- nliego, liiancalana, De Mateis, Garola, Lent, De Mauro, Cullen. ik LITTLE THIZATER-AMRS. ESAU. Sfvmzwr Tuff mln' Young, Garabito, Reilly, Farola, Green, De Matteis, Mitchell, Ortega, Goebel, Ferguson, H. Za- charin, Lucas, Feery. Middle wuz' Wilsimn, Stern, Pitto, Moresco, Olsen, Turner, Byers, De Leone, lfspinosa, Canelli, Schneiter, Vitrano, Fazio, Goold. Bnflrnu mir: Zacharin, Rueter, Smith, Lent, Strazzulo, Colonna, Mar- chi, We-st, Ofifenhacli, Stevens, Wmwng, Lee, Wloolf, Gitting. Kncvliug.' Pickett, Cicchi, Emery. fx MIXIZD GLEE-INIISS KEOHAN, Slllllillflf Tuff rrfzzu' litlwartls, Belli, Gallant, Bandoni, Silvestri, Marchetti, Latz, Minoli, Baltlocchi, Andrucciali, Par- enti, Harris. Middle ruirs Lent, Bravo, Di Quattro, Lucchesi, Pitto, Tonge, Strazzulo, Mezzineto, Miersten, Terry, Chailsey, Kant, james, Di Quido, Klenz, Pardini. Hallam mir: Garabito, Latz, Picosa, Sutleri, Cullen, Stephens, Del Monte, Bums, Quintana, Passanese, Partonova. 15' ORCH IESTRA-MISS KIEOHAN, Sf7IH1.l 07' Tuff funn' Green, Girarazian, Golf, Peronova, Hauchin, Lim, Ong. Middle r'ul1'.'Galrall7il'lo, Poo, Mills, Di Quat- tro, Hutzmiller, Duag, Bologna, Meth. Bottom mum' Fernantlez, Hurd, Di Quitlo, Rossi, lntaglista, Holes- trieri, Pimlar, Fong. ik' MUSIC CLUB-MISS KEOHAN, Sjmumr 'I'uf1 m11'.' litlwartls,'Gallant, Silvestri, Belli, Hovitloni, Latz, Miroli, lialtlocchi, Andrucciali, Parenti, Harris, Passonesi. Middle wuz' Pordini, Suders, Latz, Cullen, Miersten, Mazzanetto, Chadsey, james, Burns, Klenz, Lucchesi, Smith, Wfoolf. Bnlmm mum' Garabito, Lent, Marchetti, Strazzulo, Tonge, Del Monte, Di Quattro, De Lucca, Bravo, Ricosa. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Top raw: Zacharin, Gallant, Pickett, Samis, Di Gian- tamosso, Cicchi, Garabito, Colonna, Blank, Spadero. Middle row: Ferguson, Beyer, Pitto, Olson, Reuter, Cohen, Drappert, Souders, Lucas, De Mateis, Reilly. Boltam row: Blair, Smith, Angelides, Guadnini, Za- charin, Lee, Wong, Offenhach, Stevens, Emery, Green, Ortega, Mitchell. 71? ITALIAN CLUB-MISS CROCE, SIIIUIIJUI' Top mug lefl m rigbl: Baldocchi, Belli, Bandoni, Marr- chetti, Fruciano, Abelleria, Consolazioni, Pertrano, Guio, Nannini, Ingravallo, Luke, Devenchenzi, Vit- mno, Masamino. Serand row: DeBenedetti, Nello, Spidaro, Smith, Campanelli, Garabito, Cinquini, Luc- chesi, Sturgeon, Carelli, Vella, Carelli, Andruccholi. Third mum' Cox, Pickett, Pitto, Reuter, Marchi, Offen- buch, Chicchi, DeMateis, Green, Colonna. Bottom row: Domeniconi, Francesconi, DeNateli, Grisenti, Man- telli, Russo, Mugnani, Stevens, Nainnini, Tarantino. Tiff FRENCH CLUB-MISS LAGAN, 511011.101- Top row, left la rigbl: Guanto, Angelidas, Garanto, Yee, Low, Chan, Wrmng, Cohen. Middle row: Calsoyus, Clark, Lee, jerung, Leong, Tom, Smith, Beyer, Lutz. Bollom mir: Ferguson, jones, Cullen, johnson, Wiing, Green, Offenbach, Chifchi, Charlei, Dong. ik EL CASINO Russo, Francesconi, Mugnani, Mantelli, Travagliano, Grisenti. wir CHINESE CLUB-vMRS. OGLOU, Sponmr Top mum' Quan, Yee, lung, joe, Chan. Middle row: Lee, Fong, Choy, Lew. Barium row: Suen, Dever, Yuen, Suen, Lee. STUDENT ACTIVITIES SPIRIT CLUB-MISS SKINNER, Sfmmm- l'ofw mum' Wong, Gincomelli, Payne, Pitto, Offenbalch, Cicchi, Schupp. Middle ww: Lee, Rose, Sawtell, Reilly, Cohen, De Mauro, Schokway, Conte, Kane. Barrow wuz' Warner, Consorti, Addiego, Bialncalanu, Grccn, Zaclmrin, Kant, Lent. Cox. ui' MESSENGERS-MISS de BERNARDI, Spmzmr illllfl row: Piscia, Guuzc, Cometta, Lucchesi, Cirelli, Ortega. Bottom faux' Weinhtmld, Smith, Manning. Zaclmrin, Newhauer, Weber. it GIRLS' STUNTSSMRS. OGLOU, Sfwruor T011 row: Lent, Reilly, Kane, Gauze, Derry, Arrighi, Gummere. Barlow mu-: Suwtell, Cicchi, Repetto, Stern, Atltlivgo. Sir BOYS' STUNTS-MR. GATES, Spwzrur Top row: Kelly, Duccini, Zolezzi, Sugrowe. Middle mfr: Covello, Corcoran, Gregg, Tarantino, Tonge, MC- Doncll. Bartow v'uu'.' Iohnson, Strnzzulo. A 14 BOYS' SERVICE-MISS SKINNER, Sfmn-ur Tuf: faux' Corcoran, Covello, Duccini, Shaw, Fire, lmugh. Bofmm rozr: Kane, Gregg. Tongc, Domeni- coni, Kelly. STUDENT ACTIVITIES SENIOR ADVISORS-MR. XVIELAND, Slmmm- Tap wuz' Beyer, Pitto, Ganz, Wilsmrn, Peake. Semrul rnuz' Bleile, Cohen, Evanson, Morehouse, Kane, Burnx, Strczzulo, Reillv, Payne, Tonge, Faraola, Tufo, Hall, Blair, Corcoran, Andrucchi, Parenti. Third full? Adv diego, Biancalana, Green, Sawtell, Lent, Firehaugh, Domcniconi, Bruntlet, Edward, Pierano, Bacci. Fourth wuz' Conti, Bini, Blank, Goold, Consorti, Drehert, Wmwlf, Erno, Tarantino, Zacharin, Zolezzi, Hierro, lfyers, Fisher. JL N TRAFFIC-MR. SPITZER, Slum n or 'I'r11v rnux' Baldocchi, Mugnani, Russo, Dc-ticn, Pic-rutti, La Rocca, Lutz, Miravelli, Bondoni, Silvestri, Helli. Bufmm wuz' Ramello, Iiminez, Andruccioli, Parc-nti, Delman, Strezzulo, Moon, Malino, Solomon. air SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY-MISS HILL, Sfrmzmr T011 mir: Todd, Colichidas, Holt, Cullen, Antehi Wfong, Chan, Lopez. Middle rnuu' jew, Haregi, Agazzi Conetts, Yee, Wilscmn, De Guio, Baronni. Barium wuz' Iispinosa, Bei, Yuen, Blank, Smith, Newhauscr, Zacha- rin, Leong. air CH EMISTRY-MRS. KOCH, Sfmmm' Cometta, Newhaucr, Ortega, Piscia, Gauze, Cohen, Smith, ik NATURAL HISTORY-MR. DURST, Sfmmnr Gardiser, Naes, Smith. Newhauer, Cohen, Piscia, Cometta, Ortega. v y , L. ' ,4 pf' 1 , 'lhjv mir, lrfl lu riglwl: Spring term vull lnunlcrx. ,lean Pinkutt, Lois Rcpcttu, wards, Fizvuwuml. Twin-zu, Tulu, lamllni, fkwclln, Scmpcll, Asn-ru. Run' -1. N-IUVY FW- Um RUPUNH, Rita Didwrt .mil Emilv Ci-'UIC' lllll 101111 Yfll Sucn Wk-st. Duuhini, Lucclxcsi, Znlcni, Dclmun, Mminu. Ycc. luulrrs, L'1lllU,l1l in Ll lnmncnt of nftmn .lt tllu llaillwn liuvtlmll g.imc, Mnlffll wir. riinlllly flwn'11.' Girls' Blink "GH mumlvurs Nessie Ialsuyas, fgirrlc I lnm, SlliI'lL'YSili17l, Arlunc Wiull, Uurntlmy W'ung and Alirc Qumli, Buys' Blink "KS" ll1L'Il1lWL'l5I 'Inf' M111 J SllXL'flU-HL Orcuu. Own-ll. K-luwll lifumm wir: l.u'ric I'lm.m. Kkntlxcrim- Luc, Shiilcv Snlwl .md len-lin Zairh- Morclluusc. Duag. XVun,L1, Sugrnwc. Givlcr. Rau' 2: lNlL'Dunncll, Kelly, nrin, spring tn-im U.A.A, uflincrs Mnln-l X'L'll.lI'!ll!1l, Arli-nu XVUH, Glurm 7 llixiuctiiuvni, 'llI11IIK'7, 1.ullll.xtc, llruntlutl. Mlllgmi. Hlcrro, Run' if lid- N.illc :mal licttv Ogln-5 wrrr Girls' Blink "Ci" ulliiuls. Driscoll Morehouse Covcllo Russo Corcoran GlOfgI 'I ongc Ducclum McDonnell Ertola Stycr , I - Q - A .L-, 7'upm1r, lulr ni riglirs Lenzio, Aprnan, Castelloti, Schonnover, Duag, OFarrell, Fisher, Rossi, Zenn, Gregg, Sahagian. .Yvrmnl4rfir4'.' Ko.uIi I.eu-rs. Ferrari, McDonell, Russo, Yee, DeNatale, Andrucfioli, Hadlitk, Davis, Sallindn, lnatll Passanissr. liwfunzf Nontredim, Trust. Cirorgi, Pianle. lN1orehouse, Ertnla, Styer. Driscoll. Tnnge, 1 orroran. Duuliinl, F U ll T B I-I L L By josisvn CASALNUOVU ln the days of '59 the "Eleven Men of Iron" roamed the sodden turfs to vanquish all foes. The Irish, the Mus- tangs, the Bulldogs, and even the mighty Lowell Indians were trampled LlDllCI' hy the slugging "Eleven Men of Iron" of the Lions. Then, as in the deepest jungles, the Lions ruled the gridiron. Came the days of the '-i5 season, no MeGuHins, or "Monk" Cliremeles were to be found. Wzlr had depleted the power of former Galileo teams. The trouhle started with the Irish and ended with the Buccaneers. The team lacked experience, practice and weight. Of all the ten participating high schools the Lion varsity per man was the lightest in the city. The line, with exception of one or two boys, was green and untried. Veteran "Smiley" Piazzale and Low junior Nat Russo were the main eogs in the forward wall. In three of the live games Tonge nlwserxes .1 play in the Satred Heart-Galileo game W'e tried hard, but Balboa won in the end. Russo and Center Ralph "Corky" Corcoran came out with distinguished and diplomatic "shiners." ln the backfield stood prepsters who would gain great hunks of yardages with a decent looking line. Speedy Roland O'lfarrell and deceptive Alex Duccini, plus power- packing sophomore sensation, Bob Gregg, and signal- calling Dick Mack, completed the backfield. Carrying the brunt of the enemy's power was Alex Duccini. Game after game he took physical beatings that would stop any other player. Finally in the Poly game he sustained a back injury which prevented his playing for the rest of the season. "The luck of the Irish" defeated the Lions in the opener with a I5 to 0 score, The same old story prevailed with the Bulldogs, and the same old score 13 to 0. Ruthless Poly trimmed the "luckless eleven" greater in the third encounter 32 to 7. Came Bob DiPietro and Co. from Lincoln and the Lions were really sent sprawling to a 35 to 0 effort. Then came the Balboa Buccaneers and the season's finale. Galileo failed to break in the win column as the Bucs scored 19 points to the Lions 0. Galileo needs an experienced and full-time coach. Tak- ing over the bench duties during the '-13 season was a former Gal football star and now physical education teacher at Marina Junior High, Coach Sebastian Passinisi. These boys now look for the 'Alai season as ripe time to claim long lost laurels. Returning will he the juniors and sophomores who played first and second string in the varsity. A nifty play in the Commerce game. I I V in ku' '1- Tup mir, lufi 111 V'Igl7l.' DeVito, Znlczzi, Detiencdetti, Kauser. tiassavm. Fuppiann, Sobol. Ciiuliotri. fuatli lfwis, Spaclam. Sliuml wir: Aguirre, Sheehan, Minnli.4Tornay, Malegni, Baldocclii, Spence, Tutu, Iinllfinl wuz' llaldinz, l.ucchesi, Landinr, Barni, Scmpell, liaptista, Siccu. By HARRY Dm. GRANniz, F46 Dropping their first title in four years, the Galileo Baseball Team went through a not-so-scrumptious season losing four games and winning hve. This record brought them but four games behind pennant winning Mission. Third place was shared with Commerce and Washington. Leading off in the first game, the Lions met their arch rivals, the Mission Bears. With the Bears using All City Dick Penrose and Galileo using Dick Baptista, a low soph, the contest was strictly a three up and three down affair until the fourth and then "somebody call a cop there's a riot going on" for Mission's big gun, Vic Pic- cetti, doubled and scored on a single and drove three runs across with another double in the fifth frame. The Lion batters put across one run and that was all. Final score, Mission -1, Galileo l. Here it is Galileo's first win in the triple A. With Roy Barni playing sensational ball in the outfield, Galileo came through to blast a lowly Lincoln nine, 9 to l, at Big Rec. Gal's heaviest swatters, Lucchesi, Landini, Baldocchi, Tornay, Tufo and Minoli put together three doubles, seven singles and six walks for the nine runs. Disaster: Galileo 0, Washington 8. With Dick Baptista blowing up in the second inning, the Bay and Van Ness team dropped the decision to the Washington Eagles 8 to 0. The Eagles tallied all of their runs in the second inning when Baptista issued two hits and walked four men for a total of eight runs. The Lions didn't hit the run column because they failed to hit in the clutches. Galileo took the fourth game as Otto Sempell chalked up his second win of the season when the Lions downed the Poly Parrots 8 to 1. This game was a little on the weird side. Leo Baldocchi proved the sensation of the game by coming through with four blows in as many appearances at the plate. The losing pitcher was, as usual, Dick Hazelton. new f-l""t!. levwmlh---Q 'Qi cAP'l'. FRANK I.llC.KQHESl fill Lin .mil All Smr- Suiwlil Bxltffflzlll H20 BALDOI 1 Ill The hfth game found the Lions edging the S. I. Wilt!- cats 7 to 5. The winning pitcher was Sophomore Dick Baptista. First Sacker Baldocchi connected again with three healthy blows. Playing a supposedly weak nine in the sixth game the Lowell Indians proved a big surprise to the Lions. Gal came through in the sixth frame when Lucchesi and Tufo took home on Pitcher Dick Hilderbrands overthrow and Dick Morris' error. Final score, Gal 3, Lowell 2, and Sempell remained undefeated in his third contest. The seventh game found the Sacred Heart Irish com- ing in with their sixth win of the season by taking thc Lions 4 to 2. The big Irish splash came in the second when they scored four runs. 3.4. IOHN MINULI I.: ll I-1i'l.l DICK I5AP'I'lS'l'A .fvfvfvnrlzmc PIII luv ROY HARNI ffffllfl lilvlili 1 . LOU LANDINI fill-City' Cufflin- FRANK TORNAY .-Illvffili' Xlmil-mp With the eighth game came happiness by Galileo's win- ning their fifth game of the season and Baptista winning his second from the hands of the Balboa Bucs 11 to 4. Leading hitter of the day was Capt. "Luke" Lucchesi with three blows in four trips to the plate. The last game of the season found the Commerce Bulldogs and Southpaw joe De Santi winning their fifth and last game from Galileo 2 to 0. In his first defeat Otto pitched his most masterful game, holding the opposition to two blows. As the Brooklyn Dodgers would put it, "This just ain't our year." AI. FOPPIANO Rielvl Fivlilii OTTO SEMPELI. Imluliflg 6111. I'iti'lJi'r YH-null Shine xlllsffin MIKE TUFO Tliirrl Ililirrrlilrl -. ia M B 5 N mx"-SLN ,K -,N W MSM Nm. L'--.., . .A Q my W F15 .4-2 in if ,mhv in h F3 wg I zi M if J: X A '4 ' f I kg ! ,v Q K' E ' ' M f X Q , flip .Y ' V 5 ' , 7 f a ,L w X ""'k 4 Q I Y 2 3' 1 J 'I an J I f va' ,hm ' - Q MQ- ,Sim , K N , X . 5 1 ,Q , by if Xe' A f - ,, 'W f WWE ' ,, X , is 1 Q53 . -if gi. . 8 Varsity track team. Tal? rr1u', lvfz la right: Kelly, Traina, Bacigalupi, Leonetti, Tonga, Peters, Alvarado, johnson. .Yeroml roux' irebaugh, Edwards, hliminez, Kane, Corcoran, Trust. Klovello, Bulmm mum' Tagusa. liminez, Mugnani, Antonelli. By joe CASALNUOVO, F44 The crowd at Kezar were cheering as tracksters trotted to their positions. With awe they noticed that the mighty Lion team was not even around. They could only see two quiet unassumed youngsters wearing the Purple and Gold. The people forgot about their disappointment for in the next few minutes they were to cheer the two-man Lion team, represented by Dick Firebaugh and Lloyd Edwards. Dick Firebaugh, senior class president, who was picked to come in second or third by the daily papers, startled all attending by smashing the existing high jump record. His record for others to equal or better was a jump of 6 feet ZVZ inches. Then again this all around star surprised critics by recently winning in a final school swim meet. The Olympic Club has offered Dick free membership if he will represent them in certain events. That old master Lloyd Edwards again copped first place in the city finals in the broad jump. Edwards had been winning his event all season and was a "cinch" for top honors. These two young prepsters by placing in the two events gave Galileo a sixth place in the meet with Lowell edging out Polytechnic by one-half point. Lowell, 49 Polytechnic, 485. 1 l 130 track team. Top muy lefl lo rigbls Loke, Truscelli, Ambrose, Hierro, Moon. Bnllnm row: Andrcis, Vial, Dung. 120 TRACK TEAM THE SEASON PASSES IN REVIEW By Cizczisrm ZACHARIN, j'-44 Iidimr, Telerfojze Although they won few meets during the regular sea- son, a small but determined band of Lion track men have represented Galileo fairly well during the past season. In spite of the fact that only a few lettermen returned, a dozen newcomers rounded out Coach Carl Spitzer's squad in good shape. Starting off the season in a meet with Lowell. the de- fending champ, the Lions fought hard, but were unable to beat the Indians. The varsity lost the meet 74 to 22g the l30's and 120's also met with equally bad luck. The 30's lost 40 to 24g and the 20's, BOVZ to IQVZ. In the second meet of the season the strong Lincoln Mustangs rode all over our cindermen, defeating them 83V2 to 29M. The 30's lost 39 to 19, while the 20's ended with the score of 30 to 20. - When the Lions met the Parrots the varsity again bowed, this time with the score of 72 to 41. The 30's remained in the non-win streak by losing 52 to 17. However, the 120's .tj ,Lk almost chalked up their first win, but were defeated by the score of 25 -U5 to 241f5. When the meet with the S.I. Wildcats came 'round, the Lion varsity was ready to chalk up their first win of the season with a score of 67 to 46. The lightweight team followed the example set by their older brothers when the 30's won 49 to 18, and the 20's won by 47 to 2. However, once more luck turned against us and the Commerce varsity defeated the Lions 85 to 28. The 30's, however, remained in the win streak by ending with the favorable score of 39 to 20. The 20's won their meet by a 35 to 15 score. The meet with Balboa also proved tragic. for our varsity lost 635 to 491f2. The 30's went back to losing while the 20's won by the close margin of 26 to 24. When Gal met Tamalpais the 130's won 45 to 7g the 120's, 45 to 23g but the varsity once more managed to lose by the score of 61 to 47. 3 .lit DON KANE THREE l.IGHTXVElGHTS TAKE THE HIYRDLES sis- .. Fall '45 fihampinnship Soccer team, By DELIO DOMENICONI, JI44 Smashing through another successful season, the Gali- leo soccer eleven tied the Mission Bears for the triple A championship. Gal has retained the title and city plaque for the second consecutive year although sharing the top berth with the Missionites. During the season, the Purple and Orange hooters tallied nine goals against their oppo- nents and were scored upon twice in the entire season. Starting the season by defeating the Mustangs 5 to 0, the Lions encountered tough opposition when they engaged a powerful Poly eleven, who battled the locals to a score- less tie. Roaring by their tie with the Parrots, the shinn- crackers took it out on their two remaining teams, Com- merce and Balboa, before the deciding game. The Bull- dogs were plundered by the powerful Lions, 2 to 0, and made the Buccaneer walk the plank by drenching Balboa 3 to 1. Ready for the final outcome, the Bay and Van Ness eleven faced the Hnal game with great determina- tion. Booting through the Bears' defense, the Lions scored the first goal. In the second half, however, the Bears broke through and tallied, tying the score and ending the game, 1 to 1, tie for the crown. Fourteen players, eight of whom are three-year vets, received their letters and stars. Leaving the team this year, six of the best soccer players will graduate and a few of whom could not graduate and are now in the Armed Service. They are: Ted Giambruni fF'-431, U. S. Army, considered one of the cleverest players on the team, two more clever players, Moses Torres, U. S. N., and Delio Dome-niconig half-backs also playing three years with their teammates are: Mike Tufo, Lloyd Edwards and Hank Padilla. i 110 Clxampionslnp Basketball team 15111155 M 45 Q N . My as E 1+ AF S 1 in 1 of in X kv B J f 1 3 Q '3 1 N. An 1 'is 1 Meunu 'I111 11111. I1 1 111 1l4'l'l.' Zulclii, Flrcluuglx, Pcimno, Ev.111wn. 1110 Suislxc-rs T111 11111, 11,11 111 1,'yl11: I.11kc, "'l'l1c H.111." Kane, Plukx I I x I I 4 I A x P 111414 I'1111g1-, 'I11111L-1, Alv.11.1d11. 8111111111 11111: I.11ccl1cS1. Sandi, l,.1nd1n1, Plppux, Amhmw, Harms. 8111111111 11111: Haldlnl, Scnxpn-ll. SIIVCIITLIII lL.u11.1, hf0l'Ch0UYt3. Pmupcn Fmher. Marmn, Truecclli. 'N B ,SHETB LL By HELEN EMERY, F.'44 Managing Editor, Pendlzlmn Losing seven out of nine games, the Galileo Lions' con- tribution to the casaba court was not so successful as Galileans would have liked it to be. However, their rec- ord is not as dark as it appears to be at first glance. These fighting Lions, through lack of consistency and adequate reserves, lost practically all of their games in the second half. The Galileans, deliciously inconsistent, played like champions one minute and "hamburgers" the next, and for this very reason were respected until the very last minute of of the very last game, which they lost to Lin- coln 25-30. x Our "darling dopes" finished the season with a total of 205 points as against their opponents' 268, a difference of 63 points, which isn't so bad considering that the Lions lost seven out of nine games. High point man for Galileo throughout the season was Lou Landini, one of the few bright hopes for the coming season, who amassed a grand total of 43 points. "Luke" Lucchesi, Gal's all-around boy, scored 19 of his 29 points against Lowell, almost whipping the season's champs single handed. Bob Gregg, a brand-new offering to the school, played a very successful game at guard throughout the year, showing spectators just a few of the tricks he plans to unleash in next year's basketball campaign. Soon after the season began, Coach Thomas De Nike discovered the ability of Eddy Evanson. This lad proved to be quite a ball hawk and kept Gal in there with much- needed fight in game after game. "Red" Morehouse pro- vided the Lion's ruggedness and gave many an opponent a "bad time" in many an afternoon. There were other bright spots in the not-so-bright season and these were provided by the aforementioned together with the efforts of such fighting Lions as Warren Sands, Mario Pompei and Don Tonge. With lads like Gregg, Landini and Adolph Pippus, up from the thirties, Coach De Nike plans to build a stronger, faster, smoother team next year. Turning their backs on the past, Galileo's lads and lassies look toward the future for a more successful basketball season in 1945. 130 SWISHERS Breaking a spell of seven straight defeats, the Galileo Lions climaxed a week of their first league win over a once-powerful Balboa Buccaneer 130's 28 to 20, which ended by having every man on the Weekly Honor Roll. Next to be considered is the dark side of the story, the defeats. In the first game the Lions took a tough defeat from the best 130's team in the city, S. I., 28 to 50. In the second game, the Lions were dumped by a strong Poly quintet 38 to 20. In the third tilt of the race the Lions were walked over by the Mission Bears in a slow and dull game, 38 to 24. In the fourth game the Lions lost a game to a very weak Sacred Heart five, 30 to 16. In the fifth game, the Cubs played the currently crowned 130 champs, the Washing- ton Eagles, and lost in the last few seconds, 25 to 23. Playing the sixth game like juveniles, the 30's took their sixth straight beating from the hands of the Lowell Indians 35 to 22. In the seventh game, the Cubs took it on the chin for the seventh time from the hands of one of the best ball clubs in the city, the Commerce Bulldogs, 20 to 17. High point man was Bill Mealer, second stringer, who found the law of averages, with six points. And in the Balboa game the high point man? Like the old times, it was Adolf Pippus, with 11 cocoanuts. LIGHTWEIGHT HOOPSTERS Showing all prepdom that the little man still has a place in the world, Galileo's lightweight U10-120, bas- ketball teams fought their way to city championships in their respective divisions. The 10's, paced by sharpshoot- ing Henry Luke, who accounted for no less than 71 of the team's total points, went through the season without a defeat. The team was made up of Ed Luke, Bobby Morrison, Herby Lee, Lou Miraglia, joe Asaro, Lyle West and Lody Damato. The 120's ended their successful season with but one defeat to blemish their admirable record. This was a closie against Lowell and the final score read 16-13. Frank Sobol led the 20's to victory after victory and was ably supported by teammates Kay Wong, joe Gigliotti, Willie Chang and George Lum. The boys on these two championship aggregations re- ceived blocks for their valiant efforts and showed up their bigger brothers fthe 30's and varsityj who didn't do so well on the basketball courts this year. Hats off to Gali- leo's 1-10 and 120 pound basketball teams, A.A.A. cham- pions, 1944. H.lJ.T.E. UFFIIIEHS LEX BYERS 1.f:'llll'll1llll Cfnlnml 4 I J ROBT. XVELCQH DON HALL ,ill ir I,l4'lIlL'll1l!ll Mfzjm' ROBT XVEISS NORMAN MAHAN Xu 111111 l,11'14lu1111111 .Vv1f111d 1.141111 llxllll Battalion Instructor Sgt. john W. liearn announced that Galileo had bettered their mark of last term in the Ninth Service Command Rifie Fire. Fulfilling the promise that the rifle squad would show an increased improvement were the ten men who made the team although they did not win the Ninth Service Command championship. Forty-nine high schools from the Pacific Coast participated in the match and. out of a possible 4,000 points, Galileo made 31.556, placing 17th, six places ahead of last year's team. Galileo came in ahead of Balboa, Commerce and Mis- sion. Yet to be beaten as one of Galileo's greater shots is the "Topkick" Murray Deitch. His excellent shooting provided the many necessary points which helped surpass last year's record. Giving Deitch a run for his money was GERALD IONES DICK NERO Cdfllrlill FIFII Ijfllfttllrllll HARRY GARDISER TOM HILLESHIEM Svcruztl 1,1i'11tv1m111 .Yi'c1111a' I.ir111r'1111111 the "Greenhorn" of the team, Howard Lum, who never before has fired a rifie. Their average scores are as follows: They are out of a possible 100: Deitch . ,,,,,,,,. .,....,.,.. 8 6.2 Mahan .. .... 83.0 Lum . . .. ,.... 84.2 Smith . .,.. . .. 82.7 Gardiser ,,,,, ...... 8 -1.0 Byers .. .... 81.7 Howarth . ..,,.. 83.2 Naes ..... .... .... 8 I .0 Scott .. ,,,,,.. ,.,.,,,. 8 3.0 Grosso ........... .....,..... 7 7.7 These same boys fired in an elimination match Feb. 13, to determine the members of the six-man Hearst team to fire in national competition. The following boys placed in order: Deitch, Mahan, Scott, Lum and Howarth. These boys also surpassed last year's Wm. Hearst team by a con- siderable score, Again dependable Deitch led the field and in so doing broke his last year's record. HU UH SIIHIIUL Instructor Fearn and ntl s stand at attention, - A new spark has been lit in the heart of the militant forces of Galileo. The responsibility shouldered by men and officers in the last few months can only be bettered by the problems to be faced in the service of the U. S. in future months or years. Instrumental in acquiring this coveted honor was the battalion instructor, Sgt. john VU. Fearn, who started to work toward this goal indirectly when he took over the Galileo battalion in September, 1943. Experience in the battle of Guadalcanal plus his frank handling of all the boys make it easier for him to teach the R.O.T.CQ. its lessons. liedeml l11.rper'lirn1 May 9, D-Day for the battalion, was set as the date for the yearly Federal Inspection. The Galileo student body was invited to watch the inspecting ofhcer, Lt. Col. Wil- son, along with his aide, Cadet Lt. Gene Cassaretto, in' spect all personnel and material. Lt. Col. Wilson brought with him as aides, well known Lt. Col. Thomas Bond and Major john A. Shear. Cadet Lt. Howard Kingston and his platoon were the most outstanding group of the whole inspection. Lt. Kingston led his men faultlessly in intricate maneuvers which were climaxed by "aircraft deployment." This speedy defensive maneuver against attacking airplanes was carried out so perfectly that for a first time Lt. Col. Wilson nearly clapped his hands pub- licly. Physical drill under Lt. Robert Weiss, also showed the coordination of the R.O.T.C. Close order drill and rifle marksmanship followed the others. Onicwzle of 111.r,f1eclio11 On the sidelines stood an old stalwart of the Army, Sgt. john Geiger, U. S. Army, retired. His comment to the many officers was that in the 20 years that he had seen the Galileo R.O.T.C. demonstrate none could surpass the one occurring on May 9, 1944. Five days after the inspec- tion, Sgt. Fearn received the Honor School rating after seven long years. Next term all RO boys will wear bright red stars on their right sleeves and the school will receive the Honor Flag. Yup fmlnu'.'vK.u. A on the margh In naradu under Lam. Norman Griscv. ii' X4 4 nm! l1i1ll4H'.' Lam Roland Hauci leads his Ku. B Past the stands 'Pr Tlvinl .l7iAlllN.' Lu, I kechx nmc under fart. Dun Schuman hcr's lead' crshin, Q. Fnurllv l1hlnl'1'.' CAN. Tom Shaw givcx the mmlnnnd "eyes right" tn his lin. D, v mfr FSE :gp ff L fbi' 4-1 lifd6Q?i?4 , ld f 'viii' f f , :Q-w T W s ,v -lf xp fs. Y , x. , . W ' - 1 F x -lb . . - L S vi if A I. I -A1 'H NAM? 4 .- I 2 , ,Wi Mp, TN- .SHT : 1, -' B1 If, 5 f -- . 'f"ie,f f' MSL' i ' 1: if FS-1:75 3' 75 3,15 53 3 , f' , ' ' " ff. Y 1 , ' yy ? X , . 95 5 . ' ' Q 1 Q ' ' ' L, .f , P 4? ,, Lf a. Z . ff gx si L 7 213' 375 EET SUME SER IEEME To the munv Galilcnns who died ncrforming their assigned tasks, giving their lives so that we may livc in Ll world of free nations and ncuplcs, we extend our humblcst thanks and admiration. CAPTAIN Wll-l.lAM DREW' Former Student Bodv President Killed in Action in Sicilv. Mnv 23, 1944 In rccugnitiun of his suprcmc sat' rilicc in defending dcnmcracy. ,RQ l!"!? X . S ..-li' L-sv-3 + "Q Q- ' 3 ' e xwgx' .Mx L.: ...ll Q A QQ ' W 9 D' I EVERYDAY LIFE Many educational war activities have taken place in the classrooms of Galileo during the past semester. These varied from vocational productions to the physical de- velopment of the individual. But now, take a look at Galileo in "Everyday Life." Instead of sewing for themselves the girls of the sew- ing classes have unselfishly spent most of this term doing charity work for the Red Cross and the Needlework Guild. Under the direction of Miss Virginia Bartlett, the students have made numerous items of use to hospitalized service- men, such as fracture pillows, knit toe socks, slippers, washcloths, and bright knitted and crocheted afghans. For the needlework guild, an organization formed for the aid of needy children, the girls made crisp cotton dresses, pinafores, and suits. - Mr. David Deasy's shop- made fifty magazine racks and a number of panels for map-mounting for the American Red Cross. Their main difficulty was lack of materials be- cause of war shortages. The boys of the machine shop have made adaptors to lit three lathes and all the spring collets that go with them as chucks, an outfit which could cost close to 3900 if bought outside the school. Because of lack of funds the boys have been unable to build any large machines as is their usual practice. Through Galileo's machine shop, more than fifty boys have been placed in good positions for work outside of school. On Pan-American Day, April 14, the Spanish classes presented a very successful radio program over the San Francisco Schools' Station KALW. This program was a musical quiz with only Galileo talent in it. During the day the history classes commemorated Pan-American Day by special reports and historical accounts. During the term on special occasions, such as the cele- bration of Pan-American Day, 'the library had a special display, including maps, free pamphlets, and books that would deal with the subject. This was of great value to many students during the semester. In the physical education classes and in R.O.T.C. classes special attention was directed toward exercises that were designed to keep Galileans, both boys and girls, physically fir. joe Tarantino, Felix Duag. Alex Ducchini. and Helen Emery enjoy themselves while checking books in the book room. ' I .QM 1 ' I.'1. ' I . I , u I , ' . Rl? qi 23? . rag J- 34 I 1 N"'.'3q'?i3xf5' . . ik. ' ' - I ' - . .xxx Q, wi ii: ' Fi 'N If RTE -'Q , 1 3 5 bg. 'wg 05 . ' ' if I 4 ' 1 9 L 5 'w ' 1 -4 T9 . . -28 Vw ' .V 'x P - . 1 A - ,A. . V in I 1' . I . vm, X ' ., :I I if ff 1? 5 if 1. 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I-'lf f . ,,-A-S ' . . - .A 4 E . , n . I G' J-X , I 'Q -' , '3 'v' ' - ' , Q . X 1 LY -. ' , . I ' A M . ' 14' A X , I. . - U . .K . . A f ,. .1"' I '.' X5 . V2 1ff,,. 13 If -' ' , Q , , .- y .3 -fl .j X-, . V , X' I.. 'vm . 'I T., ii"C.' 1 ,V ,yu , 1 x ,. h f X 4 ' , n f 1 . , I v , 2 r Q I THE WIQIHLIJ UF MUSIII Galileo Band in a Practice Scssiun. SPRING TERM CiONCIliR'l' Swlcctinns frum ...,.. "New Moon" GalilwUrcl1cstr.1 llntil .... . . . Sandursun Tcnru' Solo lolin du Bcnc 'liliv Star ........... Rogers Supranu Sulu- Bcrnatlinc Winlz Pulunnaiw Militairu .,.... . . Chopin Hun,i.:arv Rapsutliw- Mignunnc Kolling Pianu Solo- Robert Kulvin Ciiannina Mia , ...,.. Barbara Recd Soprano Solo Pilgrims Clwrus "'l'annhauscr" ,.,.. Wfagncr Mixctl Cflwrusf- Acwmpanicil lw Miss Alice Lagan I Huar .a llll'llSl1 at lzvu . Supranu Sulu-- Bcvcrlv Burns . . , . . Catlman l:.ll1l.lNlt' lmprumptu . . Pianu Solo Cora Cullen . . . . Chopin . . . Hulin lnvictux ,,.. liaritonc Sulu Vincent Traina XX'alt7 in "li" . . ..,. Clmpin Piano Snlu lilcnur di Guin Ualilcu High Sflwul liantl l'mlc'r tht- tlirxftinmli nf 'l'lnnn.l5 Kennulv laj lWl.ll'Cl1L'Sl.lXQ ....... Tscliaikmwvskv llwl Tramp, ,l'I'.lH1P, Trarnp I . . . . Rout liaritunc Solo Dun Vidal 113 Star Spangled Banner FAH, TERM CQONCQliR'I' Sclcctiuns ...,,... 259th Army Bantl Cicnil H4 Xkfuuricr, WTO.. Director . . . . . . . Fisher Hass S-ilu, Dun Paul Canncmara Shore Piano lfnacmblc ....,... Muussorgsky Cora Cullum. Dumtlw FIILLHIC, Gut-St Artixt A HC.lI'l'l4l1Llt'S Frcc Suuraiiu Sulu Hcxcrly' Burma Viulin Sulu , . NancvO'Ncil Svniplwm' uf Luvc ...... Virtm' I.al1uslikin Cnmpuscr zlncl Player "Prclutlc in G Minm' ...... Raclunaninolf Piano Sulu-H Cora Cullum Valuruus Knight, frmn I,nlicngrin .... Waigi1t'1' Mixul clwrus acL'm11pa11iL-tl lw Miss Align- l,ug.tn Wiiltz . , ....... Muscttay Suprariu Simliw- Cura Clullun Piano Solis . . Tcrry Stevens ltalian Fulk Songi Maria Cunnunica, Gucmt AI'll9I.ICCUI11PLlI1lL'nl bv Durutliy Figcac Ll THE FllI1TI.II3HT'5 III, B 311' . n . :Y 1' K 1 , w s it' lup mfr. lwfl lu fiqlvfs Edna fhlralwitn. Lyle Wlest, Diana Cicrhl, Fnb Pibndar, Rnlwcrtu Stcwns. Slluml mu': Bguln.xrJ RL-cd. PL-tc llmutlm. 411131 Cullen. Dun Struzulo. Tbird vnux' Tony DlM.1um, Mike Scgullni, X'll"lCC Tringnll, Bob K Mitflmcll, Al'k.l.ltll Fecry. BNHMIII mu : .lJOI'UIlly Lunninglmxn, Fred Sclmcitllcr, i,l.u'.1 F.1r.ml.n, 'lUlIClfC Reilly. Lylnrx anc. TERM PL!-TY Dan fPr0f. Mclntvrej Strazzulo, worries, while the rest of the party makes with the feet. The big night, when much bright nd-libbing helped to make the term plav a grand success. THE LITTLE THEATRE CLUB Prexentx EHUWI I3 P!-ll S AURANIA ROUVEROI. Produred by Special Amnzgenzenl zvifb Samuel Frenrb, New York MAY 5, 1944 GALILEO HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM .....A The cast gave their all, and we roared our approval. 'lr CAST OF CHARACTERS GEORGE MCINTYRE TERRY MCINTYRE MRS. MCINTYRE . PROFESSOR MCINTYRE SOPHIE . . . MRS. PATTERSON ELSIE PATTERSON TRAFFIC OFFICER DUTCH . . BRIAN OMAR HAL PETE . PRUDENCE PATTY . JANE . MIRIAM . VIVIAN SYNOPSIS OF SCENES Time: 1933 Depression Period Allen West Juliette Reilly . jean Pickett Dan Strazzulo Edna Garabito . Ardath Ferry Francine Moresco John Davis . Lyle West . Roland Bacci Fred Schneiter Alex Duccini Bob Mitchell . Gloria Kane Diana Cicchi Betty Weinluold Mary Vitrano Elaine Turner Place: The action of the play is laid in the patio of the McIntyre residence in a university town in Northern California ACT I-Scene 1-Late afternoon Scene 2-Several months laterAMidday ACT II-Scene 1-A few weeks later-Evening Scene 2-Two hours later 'ACT III-The next morning Directed by Mrs. Esther Esau 'lffjq imm : Pan-American rluh, Mrs. Marjorie Bail- hrnlw, sponsor. Tuff rvux lirl xii wqlu: Angclics, Es- ninum, Kham. Low, Blank, Low, Gnmlwito: Svmrld mir: Renter, Pitlo, Cal- wnm, Anlclwi. H. Zndmrin. Mhulu, Holt. liminpzg fififimrlf Gnllnnt. Vonrhice. 'l'-mile, Suzrowc. Sihoon- mu. I . Ziichgirlnl Miildli' lmgr, IMI: finnsuncc Lew. I.mc Mnrk. and I,nrctt.l Low ming on the Paw Aincrimxui Day' lwrmulmit. AN-I-UVIEHIIIA BHD DIZ ST .4 uw'- Middle lmgv. ri,ul1!: XVarrcn Suzrnwc, Nan' Luu Nclxml, Keith "Bud" Sil- verman, and Anim Yoldi spoke at the Ism,idL.1st. Iifilmm of pagv: Accordion- ist Eugene fasmircttn rendered n few sclcrtioni. AN- 1'u rigffl: Dr. Gcigur, Marina Boi, and Mr. Silva ERICA DAY- PHIL 14 'ik nts' ""H"""-S Lffl: Dr. GL-igcr and Gluriu Kum- Iiuluu' lvfl: Mr. Guzman and Barham Riley ,HEI .Q k . fi Students? Council President A.f..,. Vice President ...... Seeretary..-..--s Treasurerssss ,ee,eeeeeee Chief Yell Leader ........ 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In all departments of the vast Grey- hound system, fine opportunities are available to young men and women. Transportation work with Greyhound provides worth- while training and promotion for ambitious workers. i' Hfplywpaun 225 PINE STREET sm FRANCISCO - cAuronNuA L -,,, :,::::: J Phone Fillmore 9651 MARINA CYCLERY and SPORT SHOP Bob Cbevaleir SPORT GOODS - HOBBY CRAFTS FISHING TACKLE Bicycles Rented, Sold and Repaired Tennis Racquet Stringing, Repairing 3214 Fillmore Street Near Greenwich VAN WORMER and RODRIGUEZ Galileo High School Block Charms Compliments o H4 REGISTRY 206 Miss Lorigan Tff Mildred Cometta Marie Consolazione Marilyn Consorti Lorraine Conte Marie Cresci William Darling Norma DeMatteis Patricia Dere Catherine DiGiantomasso Delio Domeniconi Rita Drebert Dan Driscoll fC.G.j Felix Duag Lloyd Edwards Jean Erno Eddy Evanson Henry Falkenburg Clara Faraola Richard Firebaugh jim Fisher James Flint Eddie Fong Edwin Fong George Fong Tillie Fong Stanton Gallant Phyllis Gans Edna Garabito john Garcia fNavyj Class Pins and Rings ii' Ojice and Factory at 126 Post Street San Francisco COMPLIMENTS of Caroline Tong Mildred Offs Geraldine Voorhies Julia Nannini Joy Martinelli Jeanne Mortimer Dorothy Wong Anita Yoldi Clarissa Lui Mary Morello MISS VIRGINIA BARTLETT'S REGISTRY 317 ' MARINA MUSIC SHOP iff -k RECORDS if SHEET Music ,gr PHONOGRAPHS 'ik' 2220 CHESTNUT STREET Xenia Johnson WAlnut 2262 NORMAN CLEANERS wir 2255 CHESTNUT STREET WAlnut 6020 San Francisco HAPPY SOPHS ..-, . r .-....... ....................... 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MAC ALEER SCHOOL has been placing graduates into positions for twenty-eight years MAC ALEER SCHOOL has a FREE Placement Bureau MAC ALEER SCHOOL has outstanding instructors in courses for Secretarial Training Personal Development Commercial Law Spanish Shorthand Accounting Office Machine Appliances MAC ALEER SECRETARIAL SCHOOL Third Floor, 68 Post Street CONSOLIDATED FISHERIES Inc. 425 WASHINGTON Phone EXbrook 7012 'k Visit our SEA FOOD RESTAURANT Specializing in SEA FOOD SALADS F 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I COMPLIMENTS to the Class of june '44 O BORDEN'S DAIRY DELIVERY CO. T HA NKS for Your Patronage L--- -.......... -- 1: 'I 'I 'I I I I 'I I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND U-f.-: Two tbings to remember.. . BUY WAR BONDS and GET YOUR PRINTING at they LEXICON PRESS 500 SANSOME ST. GA. 6859 DO. 4756 ---AQ-A-- -- ---- A mJ'hmmHhH1 hmmm' Il MU I U Il. Compliments of 'X I CHAIN fin 'N ' ' xl ' 'vf'-I' r AN! 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I P ,,,,,, ,,,.:,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,- .P Y -,,,,,,,,, San Francisco's Most Modern Bowling Center I 'T - WESTERN CALIFORNIA fr H E I: FISH COMPANY 40 BRUNSWICK '3 I CENTENNIAL ' 556 L A N E s I l C L A Y . 7' s T R E E T Lounge and Fountam Open 24 Hours 1: 'E Z 2 HENRY M. GoLoB1C 41 Propmtor fi 5. Phone EXbrook 6504 JONES AND EDDY sTs. ORdway 6977 .1 11 ---rr-rr-rrrrrr---- -r:,,,,,,,,,i 'i::,,, - ff, f:- 11 fffffn :::'II I1 'I I1 I It 1: 1, 1 1 J, I: I, IICCIE CIRIEAM I I lowers I fx:fJ:xxxf::::::::::::::x:::: 1 1 ,, 1 AAAAA---,-AAAA--,,,A,----. I1 I1 y I1 ---vvv"-v-vv-vvvvvv'--v-S II I1 'I 1 1 1 M A R G o's I I 1, ' Day or Night Phone: WAlnut 5838 I '1 1 1 1 1, 1 H S If 2595 Chestnut St. Corner Divisadero jf I1 'I I1 I1 I1 I1 :x xv , 1.,,,,, xxu 1 1 '1 Hot Sox jeans Cords LATEST SWEATERS Il I C O M P L1 M E N T S 1 I of I WIMPS '1' CLAIRE BROWN - MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 'I , , I julian Gosliner, Prop. I if 1 I 1 1, 2142 CHESTNUT STREET I I 278PostStreet DOuglas3087 If I I 1 Open Evening: Fillmore 2207 1: 'I II !-AA-A-AAA AA--A-AA-A AAA--, A A AJ' :::::::::: ::::: ::::,:Iv """"" """"" """"' :-J :::::::::::::::::::::::::I :fv um I L'EMPORIO LUCCHESE I: I GENTS' FURNISHERS I Agents for Crofut 8: Knapp Felt Hats-Also Stetson Florsheim Shoes jantzen Swimming Suits and Sweaters Arrow Shirts 5 A. Maggenti, Manager 1: I 1429 STOCKTON ST. 530 BROADWAY suffer 9502 EXbrook 9796 11 555 -:J- 55535555553 UU '1 I I 6 l I :::::::::::::::: ' I I COMPLIMENTS 1 o F A F R 1 E N D I I I -::::::::f:'-::::w I -mmmfm I I1 I1 :U Nice Couple, Refugees from a Circus, Four Smart Girls, Aw Gee, joe. To GRADUATES and UNDERGRADUATES . . . train NOW for the advan- tages Pre-Induction training will bring you. YOUNG MEN ! PRE-INDUCTION TRAINING IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE! Secrefarial Mafh Coaching Sfenographic Radio Office Machines Code English Draffing "Brush-up" Elecfricify 'Phone for complete information I-IEAL ORdway 5500 Eslnblixbed 1863 Van Ness Avenue at Post San Francisco THE IUNIORS HAVE IT ri Compliments of REGISTRY 406 Mr. W. E. Hesier Reg. Teacher Gilbert Albertoli joe Guzzetra Eddie Balazero john Beale Fred Caveflli Lawrence Chin John Davis Tony Dossi Mike Fabbri Dino Ferrari Bill Fong Larry Foster Donald Gerber jack Givler Thomas Feung Donald Lando Yoak Chow Lee' joe Leonetti Lawrence Martino Frank Mengine Dick Nelson Bill Smith Gould Vincent Albert Williams Roscoe Willoughby Bob Tournahu COMPLIMENTS vi PARMETT, INC. 2123 POLK STREET fir lVe Carry n Complete Line of SCHOOL SUPPLIES NEW RAINBOW MARKET air 1800 FILBERT STREET Phone WEst 6084 lvlv:::: :::::::::::::: -:: lr, "" "" ' "" ""' '--- v--v"--- -- '--v-- 'm 'I ii I Q i 12 I 5 I B, 5' 'I 'I Ameriea's Largest Manufacturing Retail jewelers li 'I fi We cordially invite you to Il 'I visit our If 'I neu' store at Grant ana' Geary fi 'I . . ogfaaz if 'I headquarters for II 'I Galileo High School leufelry :I I 'I Il 'I Grant Avenue at Geary Mission Street at 20th 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I ::'A' nf: ff: v:::::::: -:::::::::::: : :A::::3 ::- A:::::::::: - -,::3 :F,,,,,, ,,,, -,,,,,v ,,, Ph GR 1559 ' If , If one Rystone 1: M I S S G R A YIS ' I 'I LEPETICH 5' MANDICH 5, II H 2 G I R L S-41 2 lg MEN'S FURNISHERS :I fl Express it I I I, HATTERS Congratulations 1: 4 1 HEADQUARTERS 1E jf 'md :E LEVI JEANS AND JACKETS 1: Thanks '0 1: II Il 1' 1457 Polk street Near California sf. :g 15 T H E T E L E 5 C 0 P E IQ 'I 1, 1, 'I 'I 'I ::::: AAAA- -::::: ------ ::::::J l4,,:: ::::- -:::5 ,,::,,:::,,:,,,,,:::: ,:,::.n F,,, -,,,,:,,,,,:,,,,,: l,,,,h Compliments of 'I CH 4 I' ' ' 22 5-2246 " REGISTRY RooM 357 ., :I Ig Clem Angeli Gordon Lppori 'I :I gil'l:r?1lriEag::doni lallgbriigslillelcias 5' T A O E Y O N gyfli-tg iglan 1: Genuine :E Dinoeiergfri DZne3'Fa:::51m 1' :I Clmfefe DUNS :I lffitlgafiailifischini fllirlffflgliilfni 'I 'I U 1 C K 5 13 R V 1 C E ': gvlgmilgcalnf Gharles gippus If ff Q 1: Efinfne rgllgson lilllirnfongn I' Excellent Cooking - Best Food 1' Roger: ,llohnston Ronald Ricossa 1, I, 4' Amold Tin Lee jgrnes Ruggiero 4, I, - I: Lim :I 816 Washington St. Near Grant Ave. 'I Victor Lopez Norman Zeno 'I I, I, ee -:,,,,,,, -,,,4, -,,,- ,rl L--- - .... -- --i--i-- " -v- ---- .-.. ::::J ,H """ """ "" : : "" - -:::f:'::- - -: lp f:::- :::",-:: .... --.,,.,.,,,,, 1 1, 1, 4, 1, ,, 1: ig 3, AI Rossi XY'Alnui 4487 C ' 1 5 , cAL1Lr:o MARKET 1, , 5.1.1. 5 JOHN PICONE 1: Ig :gg 'P 'u ii: ,I Qt ,I Ei 1 1 , 1 1 ,r 1:1 THE MARINA I 'I 1, 3 fl I1 F L o R I s T s I -Qofv,-0-0 QQQ, 0, 1 1, fi L5 2233 CHLQSTNUI' ST. SAN FRANCISCO 1 , , 1 I1 F me 1: :L 1 1 iiiiriiii: iiiiiriixf' :f"fm: 2 Foods 1: ::"" "":'"":":::::::::::' It 1+ Compliments of 5 '1 ' , hmmm' 1, 5: REG. sos - MR. CAMPBELL 2 1' +i Roland ami Philip chu,- A 1: ,, Daniel Strazzulo Herbert Gee 5 ll 1 David Carbullul Robert Lew 3 Alfred Bisordi Dino Rossi , 4, ,: Ralph Corcoran Morris Cham 1 2 4 S 8 P O L K S T R E E T :E ii 31ZL2iZi'I?""'e"i QLZHZFK S 11 john Casissa Thomas Celia Q Phone ORdwav 4616 ,' '1 David Lee nick Lee I P 1 4 x H y I, ,: jinnes Fung Chauncey XX oo 5 1, Tom Shaw 1 -,---,--:.-::-:.-:::::--,:::::::.-.- -:::J A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 'l'li1- l7L'll.lQ. All Smilcw. Block G Girls. Swann King. Millie. Good Lineup. li.11kmIl.u1. lu lio .mil Nnilinc, light, smart...easy to swim in Gantne Sa any .1 ll'x Fun. gtllhllzif llllfl-l't' . . . Il'l'll1 u ff1l'c'sl-xplnlrllvrl lllllgfll' I" . mug. ' ' fuc'f" 'Iwl4 ul ilu- ffily nf l,tII'iK' Ming In .mil pau. .Nlwrls lmlvr lllrf' II 1 1. . ll ' G 'I' el' 7f-f:ll1l'!.Ul'Il1-II. S1111 l'vl'lIilI'i.4f'U , , , fur Ihr' l14IllHIt'l' SIIVU CII n -1. n1al.'f'rs of ,fIIll'l4H'll.S firzvxl Xll'l.IHXllflS rrnrl s14'f'11l1'r's. gn .M ,.,.,L, ' y-v-1 ... . 4 ',', 1. "". mfr, H vm. ,Q f- :- MEET THE R.O.T.C, Compliments of H4 REGISTRY 212 Miss Alice Lagan Patricia Murphy Mary Neal Jeanne Newbauer Camilla Nunez Roland O'Farrell Betty Ogles Joe Olandag Henry Padilla Ray Parenri Barbara Pavich Barbara Payne Lawrence Peirano Lydia Piscia Veryl Pitto Raymond Piva Willie May Polley May Poon Alice Quock Henry Ravetto Josephine Raymond Colleen Rebosio Juliette Reilly Wilbur Renke' Barbara Reuter Gordon Robertson Gerlene Samis Eleanor Sartorio Livia Savini Jean Sawtell Francis Scanlon 4 s AMOU F Mxucs ONE sow omv n ouiurv mnmuomr stones Hours 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. or by Appointment Phone EXbrook 5493 DR. J. LEON LAZARUS OPTOMETRIST 715 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO sir Dr. Edgar F. Lazarus Dr. S. D. Melmon Phone CHina 1133 Private Booths UNIVERSAL CAFE The Brightest Spot in Chinatown SPECIALIZING IN CHINESE DISHES 824 Washington St. San Francisco ,,-,,v ,,,,gJ u.:,, ---------- M- ------ a FRANK BALESTRIERI 6' SON Wholesalers and Producers of F I S H Foot of Leavenworth Street Sir ORdway 8484 San Francisco COMPLIMENTS vi THE YPP CLUB Jacob Oeschger Ketzel Sheehan Isaac Morehous Abbie Giragassiantz Motzo Horvath Sammie Vidal Cohn Ceccato 'II 'I 'I 'I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 'I I 1: 'I J Drink . . . HIRE'S ROOT BEER and PEPSI - COLA if BELFAST BEVERAGE CO. 820 Pacific Ave. DOuglas 0547 Italian Books Art Goods Stationery Records Sales - Service A. CAVALLI fr CO. Italian Book Store Kodaks and Supplies-Italian Music Musical Instruments-Imported Post Cards 1441 Stockton St. GArIield 4219 'II 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 1 1 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I A M. R O B I N S O N SPORTSWEAR if Millinery, Lingerie, Hosiery, Gloves, Blouses, Novelties ' 'll' 2277 Chestnut St. WAlnut 7788 Phone SUtter 2797 S. PORTOS FURNITURE CO. LINOLEUMS STOVES - BEDDING Dining Room and Parlor Sets, Etc. 1230-34 Stockton St. Near Broadway 'II I I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 1 1 'I 'I 'I I I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I -JJ AU REVOIR, GALILEANS 4-4-.f.0.'.'-...Q-...p....p-.p.,.,.,.'.4 S-E-INIYI-O R S F R O M MISS SKINNER'S REGISTRY 350 GENERAL ELECTRIC LAMPS SPORTING GOODS Victory Garden Equipment we DIMMER HARDWARE CO. Incorporated 1715 POLK STREET 'II 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 1 1 I 'I 1 1 'I 1 1 I 'I 'I 'I 'I -J ,,,,,,,-,"':::::::,::::::::::::::,1 ALWAYsAGooDsHoW RIO THEATRE ff? Phone Flllmorc 4131 2240 Union St. Near Fillmore St. ::::::::::::::,:::,:::::: ::: F ......................... :::::::::: PHONOGRAPHSRENTED for ALL OCCASIONS For infornmliou phone DOugIas 1400 or XYfAlnut 5559 HOBACH SPECIALTY BOGOLDHWGATEAVENUE U-,--- ----------- ---- """'-v000o,::0,::::::::. ::,m lfXbrook 0727-0726 GLOBEPRODUCECO. ,4. li ciigi Cafes, Hotels, Restaurants, Hospitals and Ships Supplied 'fx' ' 422 Front Struct San Francisco Q vv.. ,,,,"'---',,,::,,,:::,,,:::::- :::::: :::::::::::::::::,Q'::::,: :: :::::::::::::::::,':::,:: ,',',0oo..,,,,o,., 4o4o4,.,0, COMPLIMENTS of MRS.ESAU5 REGISTRY 414 v0,,ooo',o0,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,44 ::::::,0-::::,,:::::::::,,::::,,'::- CiIAlLIYllI'. "Nmwkuv," GAIN "'I',D." 'l'In1-Q-vf.1 Kiml. filillllilull ,lust Sitting Around. Pigtuilx llill "fiI11irIcs I3Hyv:l"' Rosia, l.4mking UP. 'l'ri-1, ph. , Jay: L71-5 my ff 13' 1 I M I1 fr- v J. I . I 1 6 35 h 4111 LX lg 1 alchie ' ll! 1:11 Z QS i 9 wel .nt 4 ,I I 49: X Iv ., x 5 ' A If' 23' ,,. 510 Since 1868 CUSTUMERS 989 Maize! Shed 7elepf1.one GN. 5750 1 I ::: ':::::::::::::::::: ::::-1, F:::: -:J-fff: : Phone' W'Alnut 1472 T H E 1, 1, I I SMITTY'S II CRAFTSMAN GIFTSHOP 51 PRESS FIGURINES HAND-MADE POTTERY , 1 'nf' GREETING CARDS ff! I ART GOODS I Prmtey-3 . I' I' Union Shop 2052 Chestnut Street San Franclsco ,Q .1 Ji ::::::::::::::: A A -::::::::::: I, 1, 1: I' I INDUSTRIALGMARINE I I 4 FIRST T I me EQUIPMENT co. : 1 3 0 , ,S REET I I Emil Lamerdm, Prop. if I 1 I K 1 D D E . L U X .. ' , 12 Q U 1 P M E N T ' I W P :I 1 1, 4 1, Howard Lamerdin '33 Fred Lamerdin 511 California St. GArf1eld 7207 If Emil Lamerdin Jr. '39 J: 1 ::::::::: ::: A::::.-::::::: L:::: -AA-A-- - - -,:, - - - - A- .... ,----- CDNGRATULATIONS to the G R A D U A T I N G S E N I O R S 'il' Miss Mary Murphy Mercedes Armentia Valerie Drysiack Sona Bcdeyan Gloria Lasagna Sally Gummere Mary Lou Lambert Barbara Reilly Shirley Lee Poo George Mae Blank Dorothy Mackenzie Dorothy Carlomagno May Ping Ng Dorothy Franklin Gloria Rich Siria Giomi Evelyn Painter Maralex james Maryjane Stone Katherine Tarentino f-" ::::::::::::: "- Compliments of BACCELLI GROCERY SERVICE WITH A SMILE 2000 Filbert Street WEst 7963 San Francisco J-::::.-:::::- -:.-:::::::::J OFFENBACH'S 7? The House of Hobbies iff 1452 Market St. San Francisco C '--' -- -"-- --- ----'vm Cum 0156 CHina 1452 :I TAO YUAN RESTAURANT if SISTER AFT C H 0 P s U E Y mxxxCmmx::::::::' mdNOODLES ADIOS AMIGOS ik Hasta la vista' 823 CLAY STREET SAN FRANCISCO nf:EET:5 :6:1 P -: J I, --- -0 -n Qf 'ran : FISH TRANSPORTATION HENRY U Ketcla 'em . . . I I We Haul ' em Phone DElaware 6860 '.'.'..p.... ,0,,0+,, avoir.- QTOMQ BOLOGNA Manager 598 CLAY sos VIENNA STREET EE STREET b.::: J u. 4 AT THIE PAN-AMERIILAN DAY BROADf'AS'I' CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES OF JUNE '44 H3 REGISTRY 413 Miss Isabel M. Dui Bob Alvarado joe Anselmo Ernest Baldini Dean Burch Eugene Casarettc Bob Condon Bob DiGrazia Norman Grisez Roland Hartsough Don Kane Howard Kingston Kenneth Koppel Bob Loboe Paul Maline' Dean McCann Dick McDonell Bud Riggs Richard Sahagian Ralph Salvcmini john Schoonover Don Schumacher Erwin Sempell Bud Silverman Bob Silvestri Dick Simmons Gilbert Solomon Wfarrcn Sugrowc TAO TAO RESTAURANT ,-.,.,-..-.,-.,- Serving All Kinds of GENUINE CHINESE FOODS ONLY Also Chop-Suey Noodles, Chinese Cakes and Teas ,,,.,,' 675jACKSON STREET Phone CHina 2082 COMPLIMENTS of the NORTH BEACH VENDHHSCOMPANY C.C.MINGST GROCETERIA 'A' 2100 CHESTNUT STRPFT QQ,-,,',,",,,,,,,,,,:::::::,,:: ::: .-: vvv ---Q5 f-f-- A' F. AI.I0'l'0 FISH CO. Producers Wholesalers P. O. Box 2195 - San Francisco Phone ORdway 5866 FOOT OF LEAVENWORTH BUY WAR BONDS You are Sure Io Please if You Select C A N D Y Always a Sweet GIFT! J A C K'S 2260 Chestnut St. End of "F" Carline KINCHENG DRY GOODS CO. CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERIES ART GOODS SG' 756 Grant Avenue GArfie'ld 5236 COMPLIMENTS of S E N I O R REGISTRY 315 o-no-4-e-Q-a-.0-.e.p-.4-.Q-.,.,...,.,., F:::::::: :::::::::::.-:.- ::::::.-::::.- :- REMODELING - CLEANING - GLAZING MADE-TO-ORDER COATS 21 Years Experience Work Guaranteed iff N E L S O N F U R S 2162 Polk Street GRaystonc 9555 cminine Charm. What Goes? Gahbing at Lunchtime. Galileo Grins -.::::::::Q0o::::::: ::::::::::::::::: Young People in Banking Many positions in this bank are being capably filled by recent high school graduates and part-time students. For those interested in banking, positions are open as bookkeepers, clerks, tellers, sterifrg- raphers, typists-as well as part-time posi- tions for after-school workers.. New employees are paid while receiving instruction in the banks training school. Interested young women are invited to call at our Personnel Department, Room 501, lfi Montgomery Street, San Francisco. lfxfalflislmfl 1852 Wells Fargo Bunk 8 lllllllll TlllIS'l' CII. SAN FRANCISCO - 20 Marker at Montgomery Q Market at Grant Avenue .Ili-mlzw' l7,D.l.C. The FAMILY snot sToRE PETERS Quality SHOES For Men, Boys and Children Sit E. ACU NA 1205 STOCKTON ST., near Pacific Ave. Open from 9 A.M. lo 9 P.M. GArheld 4133 Paints and Glass Keys and Locks U N I O N HARDWARE CO. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Electrical and Plumbing Supplies . ' 75? 2162 Union St. WAlnut 5696 ,.- ,MASTER CLEANERS Cr DYERS 'ir Telephone ORdway 6212 .Zip 1568 Union St. I San Francisco U-::::::::::::: :::::,,.-,:- BACK THE QATTACK n Buy . WAR SAVINGI STAMPS .3 :wEz'ery Week 's - it CHANCELLOR HOTEL Powell! -Street 1 San Francisco L1.:::: - - A. Quilici B. Lucclaesi tl' QUILICI'S MEATS Dealersin MEATS OF QUALITY Choice Poultry tl' 2164 Polk Street TUxedo 1134 STRIKE a new joy in your SPARE time . . i' MARINA BOWL if D. Cordoni For Reservations Call GRaystone' 9937 U- 1725 AFILBERT STREET Between Octavia and Gough Streets ROSSl'S MARKET QVALLEJO .md COLUMBUSJ "San Francisco's Finest Food Center" if ALFBEDO ROSS! 8 CO. Imported and Domestic Groceries GArfield 3341 'tk E. GRAZZINI ' Fresh Fruits and Vegetables GArf1eld 3422 iff NAT. CEREGHINO 8: SONS ualit Meats J' GArfield3230 GEGRGE B0- WONGA 803 STREET H Crum 16iz 'tk' SPECIAIIZING IN Al1Kindsof DIAMONDS and WATCHES, ir. jewelry Manufacturers Watch Repairing COMPLIMENTS of . ELITE PRODUCE COMPANY George A. Alberinger Manager 1? 406 FRONT STREET 'mnmlfb -........- - ..-, - COURTYARD CUTUPS I o omplcments Qfa BUY!-XL and ALHAMBH THEATRES - The Bart in Entertainmcni --:::::,,,,::::' J F ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: F """ ""':::::::::::::::' T :L "Qualit Alwa 5" ALHAMBRZ4 CyANDlES :, "George" 535 WASHINGTON uc? ' if 2206 POLK STREET ORdway 5864 Producers :::: '::::::::::::: and F xxx:xxx::::::::x:::' Wholesalers S U L L I V A N ' S FRESHFISHSLSEAFOOD GROCETERIA 6 DELICATESSEN Phone YUkon 0340 if P 'il' 1 1312 CHESTNUT STREET J L - - A:::::: ':::::: ::- ::::::J -,,-,- A- AAA.. -A----- A-- '1 L ' ' ' ' ' W' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'P f::::'M:: ::::'::':'i:'::::"' The Plrlft' I0 MeL'! C 0 M p L I M If N T S Your Friends I nf the '1 1 '1 Sl d I NEON FOUNTAIN 1 ,, 1, 1, 1, 1 1 gf Mrs. Maas 314 1 1, 1 1, 2901 VAN NESS AVENUE I 5: + ' 1 Corner Chestnut I, l 1, Violet Betty G. ,, - - .... - - ,,,J If Elizabeth Nadia :: :::::::::::- ::::::v A: 1: Lois Shirley .ll 'i Lucille Rafie LEAVENWORTH MARKET :I Qnlabclle ghadys A. lj Ha N ra 1 1 al' aril 0 0I'CS . ev e bl Nina Lois Fruits egeta es 'l 'I Jackie Elaine Delicatessen ' I: Bridget Betty M . , , . Groceries ' Poultry 1 'E Antoinette Henri 1762 LEAVENWORTH STREET 4: 1 Edith julie 4: , joy Shirley K 1: Hannah Marilyn PRospect 9990 Free Delivery 1: Evilyll 1, '1 Mu, A-A--------- ---------- ---R -, -,, -,-,,-:, fig, Allan Tikec the Prize. Lex. I.eat-frog? Under a Palm Trac. Foy. R.O.T.C. Sm :ugh 'L'L'lllC'lllX, lourlvartl Smiles. Iris l.1 lt I tc-lest:-tl. Rell N 1 X E x c ix 1 gl!! xii Qiiullsl Q,-.se .. I-XPPHEIII TIU XX'e cannot hring this hook to a close without expressing our cleep appreciation to all those who helpecl in the puhlication of this journal. Witliotit the assistance of these people it woultl have been iinpossihle to puhlish this, the twenty-fourth etlition ofthe "Telescope," We sinterely thank: M rs. Cfullen. our aclvisor, for her patience and unclerstancling. Mrs, Iiclwarcls .incl art stuclents .losephine Raymond, Hale Sturgeon, johnny Owyoung, Bararan Leve ancl lilizaheth l,ee Mr, Richarcl Clushings, Galileo graduate, for his generosity ancl co-operation in the photographic work. Mrs. Barhoni ol' liarhoni Stuclios for her co-operation ancl splenclicl photography. Mr. Howarcl Xllfatson of the Lexicon Press for his aclvice ancl fine printing job. Cliicimm Zfxcimiuw, Iidimr Mantua lVf1QvUII.l.lAMS, Edmu- ,li H- ,.. t! my Y l i l i , . i fl iii I dl .. f .H , , 'ua .E ""',", -1-4 , iffrjf "I QM 9573 . - Cgtgigafqk' u 1 -. .- V "sf .. . Q , ' - , W. ,LJ N lg? 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