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

 - Class of 1957

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" 1 ' ' 4' A V UW Y ' B MQ ' fx 5 ,E V -R' AJ yr , , l 0 5 ' 1 mx 5 I 'V of ' V, vt Q' Cf lm- , jflcb - . , if ' JE A- A A J 1 U T V xg j 30 THE 1957 TELESCUPE GOD GAVE US TWO HAND ln the beglnnrng Goa gifted us wrth two gooa nands one wuth whuch to give the other to receive But now as hugh school students we should stop and thank over the well known quotation It IS better to glve than to receive What does this mean to U57 We should begun wondering now what we can contribute to the world ln the future The only thrngs we keep xn lute are what we give away We should start right today putting forth our hands to help others Reach out and put your hands to work for the good ot the nation and remember we will get out of the world what we put into It Sometimes when walking along the way look down at your hands and say No man can feel himself alone The whale he bravely stands Petween the best frlends ever known Has two good honest hands Published by the pat Ancona Edxtor Yearbook Staff Mr Frank Brady AClVlS6V Galnleo Hugh School Jan Francisco Calnforn 4, f , . I . - sl - - - 11 , . , , . , A , . 1 1 ' 1 . . . in I DEDICATIO '42 yggzz fv fl , W XZ-we 79" M7 Cn!f,g,4,-sf 1414 - James Mr James Donohue, dnrector of student actnvntles IS your tatle You are always In contact wlth the students, whether rt's helpmg them to put on a show or helpmg wrth a speech Your responsrbllltles are great and so are your wor rles, but never have we heard you raise your vorce or lose your temper When anyone complams you keep your easy gomg manner, always ready to take the blame You have done many good deeds for Galileo In your work wlth the Stu dent Assoclatlon officers and nn many other ways As a token of our opprecla tron, we, the staff of the 1957 Telescope, deducate thas book to you, Mr Donohue ,LM1 ff? Zn Zim! MQMW7 fy Donohue PAGE 3 U y ., uf l l f , 1 , e, s M22 A ,' t 4, ' y l J y t yf l STUDENT BOD? 7 Riclw Potter, boys' viCe president fall '56 l'!"l 'GN Don Andreni , president OFFICERS '56-'57 V If i Dildar Gill, girls' vice fall '56 president tall '56 ff '14 i 'ig it S :v' W 5. Q, Q. rx gt g W fyg R I Ctr- X4 x X l W 'i h Ted Kurrell, custodian i f Barbara Crivello, treasurer Grover Ledford, yell lea r full '56 ' Donna Balzerini, secretary fall '56 fall '56 lpicture not availablel fall '56 Norma Serafini, secretary R05fonvMqXie, Cusfodian spring '57 spring '57 - 4 vo ,, .45 . S X il g - X Y Q i . c X 2. , 'A 'eyqy' ' A ,j Patti Ancono, treasurer Joe Tanzi, yell-leader . f' Y lf' ' 4 spring '57 spring '57 Natlwen Louie, boys vice president spring '57 0'1- A- SA Vince Chelini, president spring '57 Rose Tong, girls' vice president spring '57 CD Q 'TT'-1" OUR ADMINISTRATION IS TOPS" A Pi rf Dr. Moreno, principal, and his wife Norma with their two sons . Jimmy and Rick. if , .vi?f'Z""e H h "F DQ, '4 Mrs. Furst was always very near and dear to everyone in the school, and she will be missed in her retire- ment. -vo! r 49 l 'f ' limi," lt .v J' mg, . ' ' R " r :I ' 1 UA Dr Carlson our Head '- ' 'f- . I O, Counselor, is pictured M - here Wiflt l1iS ffi0f1dS- Mr. Smith, Dean of Boys, and his son David. 8 ,aa - MISS Xxwa TELESCOPE NN 1957 f'Qf ITC! ,I 4, " Miss Telescop for 1957 is kittenish Bcrboro Crivello. Borboro was on outstanding member of her clcss ond our foil Student Body Treas- urer. 'lx 5 'wshmaifif E5-Qpvivtyi 36 'uf' nv-'N 917 .ag Ili V? Q Sondra Pretes Ann Plzzo Movxs Hung Rocheul Ackerman Barbara Stull lngs Lindo Lephew -.x if TELESCOPE PRINCESSES Pictured here ore the ten lovely runner ups In the Mass Telescope ee- "'? Contest held of Galileo Hugh School x X Donna Bclzorcnl Bev Domcnve Duane York Rose Tong -QQ 55 ?x 'iii Fi Y f I X -A 4:-57 QE I I , CLASS HISTORY CLASS HISTORY Fall 57 Sprung 57 Oft un the stully nught E er slumber s chaun has bound me Fond memory brungs the Iught Of other days around me The class of January l9J7, though forsakung the hallways of Galuleo, wull nonetheless carry un uts collectuve heart the fond memoru es and fruendshups of an excutung three-year stay at thus beloved unstututuon Stull reflected un our umagunatuons are the color, the pagentry, and the excutement of our furst Sprung Festuval Echoung yet un our ears are the uoyful and truumphant shouts whuch rang out over the Maruna Dustruct that June afternoon last year as the mughty Luons roared to the Cuty Baseball Champuonshup How vuvud stull us that scene on the stage as the cast of our Senuor Show took a curtaun call And can we ever clear the stars from our eyes that we gathered at our Junuor and our Senuor Proms? Wull there ever be anythung to equal the uoy and prude whuch we felt at the begunnung of thus our funal semester as our class won the Song and Yell Contest and as Galuleo made uts best showung un fuve years at the Football Pageant Speakung of prude, the members of thus class have burst more buttons showung prude for theur fellow classmen, who have been honored and acclaumed un art, muslc, drama, publuc speakung, student government, athletucs, and scholarshup Certaunly the frxendshups we have made at cosmopolutan Galuleo wull prove to be as undel uble as the pruce markung on a guft utem The spurut of cooperatuon and fruendshup whuch pre- vauls from day to day and year to year makes all Galuleans members of one bug happy famuly, and each member of thus class can truly say that he has one thousand good fruends Galuleans all And now we wull go forth from thus tume and place to many ways of the world, to countrues, cutues of men and theur luvung, and we wull re- member thungs and faces of thus place and some faces wull remember us, knowung that we were movers among them, and wuthun us wull always be memorues of thus tume and place and people and secret thungs, We are one ofa thousand thungs, and they are part of us, and always un our luvung they wull remaun a part, the furst and formatuve and the unforgetable And now to you, Galuleo, we, the graduatung class of January 1957 bud a suncere and a heartfelt farewell PAGE 8 Now that we are graduatung, a wave of nostal gua sweeps over us for our sophomore days We remember the flrst day we came to Gal, every thung was as brught and shuny as a new penny The senuors looked bug to us and senuor year looked far off Our furst pageant was new and excutung, we had never experuenced anythung luke ut before The dances and games were wonderful fun As the days rolled on we began to make new fruends The Sprung Festuval was an extra added thrull a whole day of fun and froluc, we d never seen anythlng so colorful before We saw our furst term play, Our Muss Brooks, starrung Joann Mullun Our sophomore days were swuftly goung by and before we knew ut we were IUHIOFS By thus tume the newness had worn off and the work began to get harder There were many tests we had to take before we could become senuors an studyung was our maun thought One of our own uunuors starred un the term play that year It was Barbara Waters, un Meet Corluss Archer e Sprung Festuval was made extra specual that year because Donna Balzarunu,one of our uunuors was Queen Our uunuor year dudnt go by very fast, but at last the day came when we were hugh and mughty senuors That was one year that went by very fast and everythung seemed to come and go un one bug rush We were one of the outstandung schools at the pageant, and our Senuor class won the annual Song and Yell contest Boy were we proud of ourselves Pat Maher starred un our last term play, We Shook The Famuly Tree Sublects were lughter that year and we began to realuze how much school meant to us Graduatuon crept nearer and the days were goung faster and faster Our last Sprung Festuval funally arruved The lays we had that day we wanted to keep un our munds always, for we knew never agaun would we have fun and excutement lust luke thus Now ut was only a matter of weeks before we graduated The Senuor breakfast and move-up assembly brought tears to our eyes as we realuzed we would soon graduate Our Senuor prcnuc was ful led wuth sun and fun at Adobe Creek We danced all nught at our Unforgettable Senuor Prom Then the day of graduatuon funally arruved, much to our regret Because, now when we are leavung school we thunk of the thungs we should have done and how we should have studued harder We thunk of the fun we have had and how pleasant ut wull be to recall these memorues un the years to come And as we sut on the stage we realuze that these were truly the happuest days of our luves 9 I 9 N . . . - - A 0 - ' . H . . . . . Y ' , . . . 1 . . . . . . . , H , H , . ' O . . d . . - - n - n . . . . . . ' 1 . . . . . . at - H . . . . . . . - . . - . . . -' I u I - I . . . - n n - . . ' 1 . ' 1 I ' I se N l o R s UNDERCLASSMEN 5,75 WW! Ill!-FT'V' 'IN X lL-ALl.1J.H ' 1. Standing across Francisco Street our pnotogrcpher has captured a typxcal lunchtxme scene In the background are the thlrd and fourth floor ramps and below them the mam gate to the courtyard 'WN 1. ACCETTA GERALDINE History Club ANDREINI DONALD Student Body Pres C S Pres Publsc Speaknng F ,gcrfi ACKERMAN RACHEL G A A Vlce Pres of Club BAPTISTA SHIRLEY Hnstory Club 'irq .nv Y"'? if 0-5' ADAMS FAY Registry Presndent Grade Vice Pres BRANTLEY HELEN WE WERE LED BY RAY BOWER BOWER RAY CAPOVILLA LAWRENCE CARINI ANGELA CHAN ARTHUR Senior Class Pres Baseball Student Body Yell Leader H I2 Repr Secty ot' Allred Learn to Dance Club Basketball Football Youth Song CIRL 55 8. 56 CHAN FRANK CHAN ROSALIE CHARONI JOHN CHIAO JANE Basketball Hlstory Clulf- zc 'F' 6' N4- ...- w-f-P 5 g f-5 A 40' :gin lvl 'vi CHAN MELVIN Radno Club Rufle ecm Chess Club CHIN BILL ,Q vm "Q ls fi, 3- .ay , ,.a' I -f -4- 9 Q ggi R -sl' n P' V K -r f K t v X 'Q K A gf'7."f he c,,,. X ' C, ,L . ragga... H f in f' R' ' rv 1 - RX gIn.- C 6 :f ' Ag ' 'vc "' x S .V ' ' H X ,Bb 'eat ,W 1 Q, h f,- f A lk T, P--. 1 , i . .. ,W A v Q :V s C ' ri P' Q A 'wiv lf- I S D K x are ,lk V, , lf, 'MTE H MS ,A rf 1 fr "' - - " F' ' , ' '-3 I A, p 6 -Y ' I , . S. I S I 5 . 'ps-. avg- 'S 1,05 Chl, 25'-A ..4Y 1, oak' A - - r""" . 'U , iff rl 1 4 ,E .Q A 2 J . , .I J. . , fi X X 1 5 ' M" CHIN, LEO CLEMO, CAROL COLLETTA, FRANK C.S. C, L-ll Vice Pres., H-I2 Reg. Vice Pres. , Try-Y Club CRUZ, FRANK DANG, FRED FLOYD, RONNIE .ox Pb. t, Q .lv 61? ' I fi' ii ns. "' 4-...,, X13 0' X CALUYA, NANCY CRIVELLO, BARBARA Senior Council Student Body Treas. , Allied Try-Y Club Youth Pres. , Class Officer FREY, PATRICIA FONG, DAVID G.A.A. , Try-Y Club C.S.C. C. S.C. , History Club DON ANDRIENI WON MANY HONORS FONG, KURT GIANCASPRO, RALPH GREPO, DELORES C.S. C. Italian Club Reg. President National Rifle Assn. Dance Club JEONG, HAMILTON HOM, GENE LEE, HENRY C.S.C. , Tumbling Club C.S.C. Learn to Dance Club Learn to Dance Club 0 'ii 3 W I ,I 1 it 'ibm I 6" S ID :ir I ,lf :g f,--5, l , 3 . 'Us . , 'vs Q ! f ' X . K F-f-I 3 'J qs-Q I Among the noontime activities en'oyed by the spirited volley-ball games held in the Galileans a court. re . ll " 15' E UI 11 va '- 10 I' Q -US ig 9 K V, It 7 -STL jf .f"f?, I , J 1:5 v V .f ' X' I I , , ? ,. " 4"' ' . 5 K wk f ...f - law, 'Q f -1 K, 4, ,nr ' JANES, ROBERTA JEW, DORIS JEW, LAURA KIDD, VIVIAN KURRELL, TED G.A. A. Football, Block G Pres. Try-Y Club Student Body Custodian LA HUE, RICHARD LECHUGA, ANA LEE, BENJAMIN LEE, ESTHER LEE, MILTON R. O. T. C. Bt. Com. Class Treasurer, Try-Y Club C. S. F. , C. S. C. C. S. C. Swlmmlng, Reg. Pres. Allled Youth Track FOR IHE SCHOCI. . . . Wi WERE GIVEN A LEE, .IANICE LEE, PAUL LEE, RICHARD Basketball, Learn to Dance C. S. C. Club, Tumbling Club Learn to Dance Club LEE, STEVEN LEW, WILLIAM LOEY, THOMAS Silver Seal Member C. S. C. A Fmnlliar scene around Galileo ls the one pictured be- C.S. F. , C. S. C. low. Walking around in the sun and enioying the com- panionship of a close friend is a pleasant way to spend a noon hour. ,X -fn .L vs'ang!A ll! 'Bs x "' ,I Q -K Y ""' 'tx .ax 'UN r "N - Q NS 1 f A 53, ei. 9 8 fs f N S Hans . xx-4 ,, ,Q QPX 1 .p f t I LOWE , JACK Athletic Club, J. V. ball, Track LUE, EVELYN Registry Officer Editor for Pendulum vi. l'Y ' L? 4 . if Q. A 'fr 'W . ,lx 1 "7 LEO, STANLEY MAHER, PATRICIA Term Play I '31 -gy., ' Q .49 LUCCHESE, MARIO Football Track MORO, MARIO Soccer Italian Club, Block G Pictured here is the entrance to the Gal Adult School MAGNIFICENT SENIOR SHOW . . . AT MOY, MAXINE NG, NORMAN Registry Officer, Class Basketball, Swimming, Block Officer, Club Officer G, Registry Officer OWYOUNG, MAY PALMIERI, ROBERT Italian Club Class Officer W - A fi " , , , J V Y ii px ix A, -1-' NA I 'J' 1 I xv, lik ONG, RAYMOND PASOS, LUCILA Music Appreciatio OGWA, FUMIYE OWYANG, IRENE Silver Seal Society Silver Seal Society MUSIC Appreciation Club, G A A PAYNE, ELNORA PIZZO, ANNE MARIE n Club President Club, Music Press Club President Editor Appreciation Club, Registry Ofc. for Pendulum, Class Repr .' 1: 2 S ' gy! I c-4 3, A E 71 .4 I I , 1: NJ Q X f Q x.,,. Q14 ini Looking out from the stands on any sunny weekday w mlghtseehlttrng practice relay race or as nnthis scene O SOCCBI' QGTTTB Registry Officer 'x .lt '35 ? in fx 'iv -r rm is 1.6 Al' -'YS-"Qi ver X1 vc POTTER RICHARD POZLI BRUN Student Body Officer Music Appreclatson Club ltallan Club 5 x W A RIDOUT HELEN Garls Block G Try Y Club Footllghts Club Football ltallan Club SANTINI JACQUELINE SERGEEFF GEORGE STALLINGS BARBARA Italian Club Class Officer Registry Officer NT EXCERCISES ONG WYMAN VALDEZ VIOLA WILKINS V I b Football Track lttee TAYLOR JUDY T Try-Y Club French Club C.S. C. Spanish C u Dance Club G. A. A. Registry Officer G.A. . Drum Club Dance Comm WONG ANNA WONG CLIFFORD WONG DANNY WONG EDWARD C. S. C. C. S. C Registry Officer 'CN WONG HARVEY C S C Tumblm Registry Officer 'X K' fx A ,., : 5 X e t'f 1-'Sh i 9 4' I' . .90 V Q? 'el 1' c ff' ' D 7 4 I 2 'nn' fe- 1 ' M...-, 'J Nqr 1 . I X A L -H - .- - 'A i "JV - 1 ' '- rl -., .. .A f al' , F- A v 1 A iw- , ' Q 'S M.. ,, U ' " s-V ff ' . ...sr lV" 4'- . A , Y , 1 ,H W W,f?f.J...,, , . , , ' I. , 4 Q Vx I X -!l,,,. -A--jgtf A 9 A - - 1.4. V 1.5 I 1 li, U 4 " 'vgw , ' A .. " V:-X .FJ ' . - ,., ,- J 5, is in zu y , V. . I i l W, - . u 4 1 I e . . q I - COMMENCEME 1 , , , , ERNARD WON, KERMIT ', , A ' , ' 4 I n 2 ' -. 1 , . l 9 f it . i Ex ., I- "' T s E l qi ' . D' N A 'A f -...J ,fi ' .' 'H A ' ' 'V' v ' 'iT' ' ,xx 'N .' 'TJ 'z .7',f 'IWQQ QQQ P5 og ,Q 'M -Q ns- 'K "' is Q 1 v W 1 Q'- 'db-7p vit ' ' fi ' i' 'X , 1 'rr 'va ' t 4 '55 '-Rn, Y i ' that 5 t Our pillars make a beautiful picture framing the every- day life at Galileo. WONG, SHEILA WONG, PRESCILLA WOO, ARTHUR Dance Club YEE, ANNA YEE, Jimmy YENCHA, ANDREW HELD HIGH. BU 1 HEAR I S WERE HEAVY YORK, DIANE TOY, ALAN Lion's League Registry Officer 'H jg 1-A 15: fin ,JN ae ff' I "Have a nice time, Girls", and that's just what they did at the Tea given them at City College. . . . Here Evel n Lue, Pat Maher, and Barbara Stallings are waiting on the transportation so they may leave. f 1 0 ul A QI? .'v' " I" . V e vi 1 I If ix J x, If V37 AGNESE, JOE ALIGO, JIM ANCONA, PAT Football, Block G Pres. S.B. Ofc. , Yearbook Swimming, Orchestra Editor, Treas. , Secty. BAIONI, ANGIE BAKER, LINDA BALZARINI, DONNA G.A.A. Pres. , Block G Pres. , Italian Club S.B. Ofc. , G.A.A. Secty. , Italian Club AS ALMIGHTY SENI ORS Mavis Hung, who is the vice presidentof the senior class helped in so many ways to put Galileo at the top. She wrote most ofthe shows at Galileo and also produced and directed the Footlights Show. She is also secretary of the prom committee. Ml lf' X' ,qv '04 cf-"' rf, BERRY, ERVIN Football, Baseball Athletic Club BOUNCRISTIANI, CARL Ir? N ANDRADE, MARY BARNI, RICHARD Italian Club 3 BACA, MARY ELLEN Regis Officer 'TY Dance Club, Spanish BATTAGLIA, MARY Italian Club WE THOUGHT BONDESON, BARBARA H-I2 Secty. , L-I2 Vice Pres. , Lions League CALDWELL, RUSSELL Swimming Team, H-Il Yell Leader, Block G CHAN, ARNOLD Science Club Dance Club BROWN, SUE aft . f"?' , Aix 'U' l p ki ' A l 2 ...x ' ' , 419 .A X w ,X A N bv CHAN, .lEANE'l'l'E CHAN, PEDRO CHAN, PETER Football, Track Block G CHIN, HENRY CHlN, REGINA CHUN, KENNETH Tumbling Club G. A. A. Basketball K1 5 "-'Lt-, 's CHANG, ALAN CHELINI, VINCE S.B. Pres. , L-ll Pres H-ll Pres. Football CHUNE, ANDREW CHUN, RUSSELL WE RULED THE SCHOOL . . . OUR COQUILLA, TEODORO COSTA, JOELLE CRUTCHFIELD, CAROL A. Art Italian Club Glee Club Pres. , Foot- G.A. A. , Reg. Ofc. lights Club, Pres. Club CRUZ, ERLINDA CURRIE, JANET DAMANTE, BEVERLY Italian Club, Footlights Club, Registry Officer Science Club Leam to Dance Club 'S' 9 13 a A ' - - .JA -ol . ,, A 3 -1 A 7 jx, J were r Our student body presidents, Vince Chelini is one of the most popular seniors in Galileo. Vince, who has gone out for many activities at Galileo, was the star ofthe Footlights show. .11 ,xii i 1.4 ' S :I P 'N- ga 5 my O ,, J s , i ' 'V ,TL b -as .4-v -..av-' -4: " . . X Aldo Del Prete, who can always be found laughing, was the star of the senior show, in which he played the pcxr of Frankenstein .... He can always be found laughing and ioking. He is also the president of the senior class. DEA' CHEE ORK DEL PRETE, ALDO Class Presidenf Footlights Club STUDENT BODY OFFICERS WERE THE FLODIN, OLLE FLORES, RICHARD FONG, CARY President Club Lion's League Tennis Team FONTES, DONNA FRANKLIN, BONNIE CAM, Andrew Spanish Club Yearbook xii .Q A' 4-by , sz ' ' 3- ' Id - J 'A 'J ,E I Q I. A ,if 1 'af . I I Q , 4 Ig I .-- If 5 A7 'ik sg xff Y .v ik r i K 0 "E ' I 1 1, ',....., '- ff wi f' , x . , I if .af .' DE LA TORRE, MARIA DEL CARLO, JOYCE G. A. A. , Italian Club Class Officer DI GRANDE, SALVATORE DOYLE, MARY ELLEN Italian Club FONG, JANICE FONG, JUNE G.A. A. C.S.C. , Song Girl '55 Registry Officer GEE, SHIRLEY GEE, WILLIE -fm Y' 2 A SQ W -J 0 f i-we Q tk IO V... T A , "' li 1,5 -'Mow' GIULIAN Itallan Club Registry Offlcer Yearbook HOM f' f lf pq iq -rug, Lars Svanevnk who also helped direct and produce many of the ho s ws at Galileo IS a ve scholarlyyoungman He was the director of the Footlsg ts show this year GERVAIS, ED GOLESKI IRENE GONZALES CARMEN Llon s Club Sllver Spanish Club Footllghts Sea Trl Y Club Trl Y Reg Ofc GRESPAN RICHARD GUERRERO ROBERTO GUIBERT BOB Tru Y Spannsh Club Soccer Football Track Block G Team Block G Society Athletic Club OLLIE MATSON'S VISI I DIANE HUNSON PETER BOR HOM EDITH xi' Y' ,Q 'U HARRIS DAN Regnstry Ofc Pres Llon s HOM HARRY il' fl T MADE HERRERA GILBERT HO GEORGE Class S amsh Cl b p u League Tn Y HUNG MAVIS HONG WILLIAM Student Body Officer Learn to Dance Club Class Officer Girls State lla- '-av! 'Nu AQ ,ng G'- .-,JV S wtf' 0 A I tg Q N 2 ' .gf .f-X.. 1 rl 3 -5 f 4 fn ' 2 f f" N., . , 3 r 3 ,, - ' f ,Q , A 4' -.1 X 1 L A 5 11 HSIA, YU KUN HUNTER, LARRY JACKSON, CLARA JACOBSEN, JUANITA JANG, EVANGELINE Science Club, French Cl. Dance Club Reg. Ofc. , G. A. A. Reg. Ofc. Senior Council Service Club Science Cl. C. S. F. JEW, TOLEE LEE, JOSE JUE, LELANG JUDD, JIM JUE, NORMAN Learn to Dance Club US PROUD! WE'I.I. NEVER FORGET THE Donna Balzarinai, who Galileo is ve proud of walking off with the Bank of America Award,rRas been an active member of Junior Achievement and secretary of the stu- dent body last term. 1 . ?iffi'ir'fZ'5"'.::':.'e :+ve--V .,., A JUNG , SYLVIA KOEBERLE, CAROLYN G.A. A. , Press Club Tri-Y Club fi 1' 1 - ,J K cv 4? 4 ' f KELLOM, IRIS KIDD, SANDRA Needle Work Guild Footlights Club, Italian Club, Reg. Ofc. Tri-Y LA BAUVE, EUGENE LAM, BETTY C.S.C. K9 ' if 11 x I fQ fl fs v H H 'f - a- gy-7 ., -9 ,J l . s 43' 'UK Q:- ?"'Y y 4-nfl -A 'ef l 3 . A 1 , .X E at " A f . "1 F -l N.-r N fl . LAM, DONALD LEE, DONALD Spamsh Club LAM, JOAN C. S. F. , Block G Lions League, Mu LEE, DANNY French Club C S C 1? K 's ,.... X- X .. 'TU' A... X LANG, JOHN sic Aprc. LEE, DOUGLAS Registry Offrcer Class Ofc Saber8. Cham F . . .I ziw ' Y, f . ,,q - J A3 6, 40- . ,..... V Q-- r"' " . l Q . ' . ' I -.J Q5 l ff-4? dj , LAU, HERMAN LEE, DIANA 'f.S.C. Italian Club, Trl-Y Club Footlights Club, Song Girl LEE HANSON Class Officer C S C LEE ERNEST DANCING AT OUR UNFORGETABLP' LEE HARRY SALAZAR GEORGE Spamslw Club Block G LEPHFEW LINDA Regustry Offlcer Llans League Trl Y LENG MAY LEONG JOHNNY .gr- Frenclm Club C S C I0 :CN 14" Q--v Dx -ol 1-9 '...-g LEONTIEFF PETE Baseball Basketball Registry Pres Block G 'ur Y , :iv Rose Tong who IS o popular young lady around Galileo ran for the Queen of the Sprung Festival was runner up ID the Queen ofCl1lna Town contest and IS the Gurl vnce presudent of the student body "?"'u,.,., B. . . I I I I I I I , - 1 f , 1 . . . ,, I . . . .i . , - I 5 1 o 3 -. ' I ffl. ' YE . ' I . 55. ,. ' 464 q - 4 I-5234 V i V " Y 4- 4 V , A 5 Eff' Q, . , x . , ,, - 'asia Ns... 1' , P- ,N Z Q . ,. 115.4-'.' A is - Q ., A , 5 1 ,C E- --5.1 y - . ' f " -- -v ' 152, '- ffl. ' '- . e K QQ 3 ., r ' ,Q gwllffvsif 'E F -' 5 eww J? in arbara Bonclenson the secretary of the semor class IS always around when she IS needed She has been of great help to the student body A .0-4 Q lf? ,pu Q""'!9 LlNDlN CHARLES Basketball LOUIE WARREN fi 'vs -my lf' 'Mb' LlGl JOANNE G A A Block G Ifalnan Club Reg Ofc LOUIE JUNE PROM . . . COMMENCEMENT NIGHT WE Pres Club Scaence Club Class Ofc Sensor Councnl C S S Silver Seal MANZELLA ANNA MANILLA ERLINDO MARK TIMOTHY MARK MERLE Italian Club G A A Learn fo Dance Club C S C C S C Reglsfry Officer N R A P lx 5. l 5 QV I 'U 418 .,.v : ..-.A 'lr T IL I li F .1 sf any 'g 4 fi n fn 0, ' 5 71? ' xxi' 1' A' If-1 an 01 1 JUN :HSP LLECES MADELINE LOUIE JACK LUM STEVEN MATTERA MARIE Song Glrl Yearbook ltaluan Club Class Ofc inn ,vw E 1 fe 'TJ' I ZD- l-.- -1 3 -7 In-v 7 ,ax If! N5 -t"'9 4 ' 'iii' 5 s 1 X MEW, LOC-FEE MORO, GEORGE Soccer, Block G n r 9 ME vw 'i' f . E R P vb: B61 wr... ,su T' X dai N I MITCHELL, ANDRE MAHON, D. LAMAR Sobre and Chain N. R. A. MURPHY, BARBARA NARITOMI, RUTH Xe f,,x . Janet Currie was c candidate for secretary of the student body and won 3rd prize in the Bunk of America Contest. REMEMBERED HOW WE WERE ONCE OCON, DAISY ONG, EUGENE PON, ALBERT PON, ELIZABETH fK ' 45 'X ' " -.A fry- '01 1 ""- V 12 . 3 "' NA .44 PORTILLO, RUDOLFO PRETES, SANDRA Fooilighfs Club lfclicn Club, Yearbook I L 'F , . EJ, Ex 1 no ti PICCHI, LORENZO PYLE, KENNETH Science Club ,..,a 'TQ , PICCOLOTTI, PAT QUAN, WINIFRED '3 1 ls -. 9- 0 ns Nd ?"Uyb l . O fi: ?' 2. ,'.' ,J . "" if . . X I ,y s X A 0 fa E: fig! . A-I - Q 'if ' . I ' 'E ' fu ,kde ' ..,. V - of ' all "Ns 1 .--Q. K? """? N fa- I' I X ROMANI, DAVID SALONGA, EDUVIGES SCAFINI, VICTOR SMITH, ANNABELLE SUE, SHIRLEY Registry Officer Italian Club SUN, EUGENE SVANEVIK, LARS TAKEMETO, CLIFFORD THOMPSON, JULIEN TOM, LILLIAN C. S. C. Boys State, Registry G. A. A. , French Club Registry Officer Officer, Soccer C. S. C. SOPHOMORES. NOW WE EN I ER I HE TOM, RAYMOND TOM, THOMAS TOMIMOTO, GEORGE Registry Officer Rifle Team R.O.T.C. N.R.A. Pat Ancona, editor ofthe yearbook and treasurer of the TONG, ROSE TOY, BENNY TURNER, RUBY student body, has shown herself to be a rock ofresponsi- S. B. Officer Learn to Dance Club Tri-Y, Needle Worlc bility. C.S.C. Guild, F. H. A. Club .LK ' xl Qu. in rm 3 .4 f ' y ' I I l. I 41 A V 5: Q f ,A .. Ver-9 cs' .0 .nf ax Q, xi' 1 ' , .Eff 1 gs? . X, UMAl.l, ROSITA VEZINA, JOAN History Club G.A.A. Needle Work Guild WICKETT, LENORE WINDER, JIMMY G.A.A. Athletic Club WORLD AND WONG, BARNEY WONG, YVONNE Basketball C.S.C. WONG, GARY WON, PAUL C.S.C. Ji , 4- T. ff' ' J 5' f -JY? ---N X, 'Q,', NA--.. MASICLAT, ELE NA Science Club WONG, SHEILA ,, T w,c X .h. 0-Ng aiztx .,., v 3 ,f 'S WATERS, BARBARA Soph. Grade Officer WONG, ALLAN Science Club Saber and Chain r . -vw lg - if - if fx 'vi . A Q WATSON, MABEL WONG,MYRA C.S.C. Registry Officer SEE THE REASON WHY WONG, CALVIN Saber and Choin WOO, MAY G.A. A. C.S.C. 2 , Xi '-A Pictured below is Lawrance Lu. A straight A student, Lowrun has been picked os our Voledictorian. f x 47: ' " Y 'D- S ...B -1 ,X ,f 0 fn --3 'CP 1 F Q a is glans ce f , A ,fx 4 . ,J .JJ ...Q , 'TTY' . S lx S , 4-5 rs 'Q N,-4 A y... - 1 . 1 , WOO, JOHN WOO, WALLACE Silver Seal Society C. S. C. YEE, JEROME YEE, JOHNNY Science Club Science Club Presidents Club Music Appreciation YEE, WILLIAM YOUNG, STEPHEN YONG, SUSAN YUEN, RICHARD C. S. F. C. S. F. , Service Club C. S. C. , N. R. A. C.S. C. Block G. , C. S.C. Saber and Chain Club A: - in f 'E ', - x P 4.4 A V A T ' Q S 1 I W r PRINCIPAVS MESSAGE Greetings to the Graduates: You have been part of a school with traditions so priceless that you must strive hard to be worthy of them. The world is sadly in need of men and women who are determined to do what is right for themselves and for all others. Galileo counts upon you to carry on the warm, friendly, and cooperative pirit that characterizes our school. James C. Moreno PAGE 27 Vi SNAPS UF l'N Lei il - wi 4 ! ,uf s, A M . . , wel , , viii'-fi ii I ' V A -' "i Q ' 2.5 f E ' l 5 L it 15.17 ' I -55?-g."1'f"f-. 1 'ff' On May l0, everyone was anxiously waiting for "High Noon" to come so that the King and Queen would be crowned and the festival would begin. It began with a beautiful day and all the girls were decked in their colorful spring dresses when old Mother Nature de- cided to let it rain. But all was not lost, the booths were taken into the gymnasium. The field events had to be canceled, but movies took their place. With the music of the Spanish Club, all the multi-colored 57 FESTIVAL l S ? booths, and many appetizing foreign foods, this fes- tival was enjoyed by all. That night'many kinds of games could be played in the cafeteria. lt was soon discovered that many had gone to "dig" the "crazy" dance that was taking place in the gym. The dance was crowded with teach- ers and students. There was endless dancing to the music of Pete Mairiona's Combo. XN eomk Queen ore R Loovqng on ogokn "Queen for o Day" ore Jo ntiii , Movie NIioX onte , ond Vdc ' oX crovlner , wouXdn't you s Leo the om cx ng bdghtw oi oSe 'Yong ond Jo To 'e .0 O MOE? Pu 41 nfejike Loren eo 0 C - r Oo If onfffffl owns fvo,mff,,,9 U J o fl S6 8 kmhfmz. 'ng' Qs R 44 Use o,,.e Ysoie To 9 ' Serciin' , te . oreno K , q1'?'?"1'? A x S3 is P AGA Z. . . :he Xlkng ond Ou My qeplthxng v, beck to novmdx . 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Wong -'R 2 WY , I XX H-II ' ESISTRY 3I7 Ist Row: le ri t: Rita Ter ullo, Wan- na Yee, A ' e ew, Grac Molclero, Marie ' la t arleen h . 2nd Ro s. e , Ca. orton, Dar- ling He linger, Lil 'an al Fra, Willie me le . 3r Ro r Cor Diane Serrano, milf , e ie Marshall. h Ro 1 enni u , Lincoln Fong, Rililyh Ot yi, ' Abruzzo. 1 X nw J li J ' P I rx X, I x I , x x H-II - REGISTRY 250 Ist Row left to right: Jacob Dedum, Bob Chin, Garm Lee, Margaret Fong, Audrey Pon, Eve Lin Carlson, Irene Bulahan , Bonnie Lupori, Stella Contes, lsidro Con- treras. 2nd Row. Florentino Mahor, Irving Wong, Kingsley Tong, Anna Bertolozzi, Sal Guardino, Lourdes Lolo, Velma Crayt0f11 Tom Di Maggio. 3rd Row: Larry Wong, Bill Paul, Bill Hart, John Boscolo, Arleen Chun. 4th Row: Mitchel Sundseth, Wing Yee, Al Jeung, Joe Tanzi, Sam Lee, Eugene Dobbf Miss Wall . 'ads' H-II - REGISTRY 4I3 Ist Row left to right: Jack Quan,Adrienne Tom, N ida Ortega, Myrdis Jamison, Jeanette Greco, Evelyn Fong, Lewise Lew, Cynthia Lee. 2nd Row: Sandra Stark, Frances Vento, Jan Cernobori, Lolita Fernandez-Castro, Patricia Wood, Fong End, Jack Hom. 3rd Row: Fred Burns, Fred Cresci, Sal- vador Castaneda, Don Serao, Rich Mar- chetti, Joe Borg, Ron Rebizzo, Richard Lee, Blair Forbes, Calvin Yip, Lily Yip. 3 fi H-Hs REG. 4l4 - lST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Albert Mar, Marilyn Lee, Antoinette Aliotti, Betty Lee, Barbara House, Rod Asercion. ZND ROW: Manfred Krause, Grover Ledford, Georgia Grey, Lois Spencer, Melvin Jeung, Don- ald Lew, Wellman Lay. 3RD ROW: Hank Pearson, Jean Arata, Ron Sa- grato, Christa Stubing, Ron Ellis, Herbert Ho, Ronald Jung, Edward Clark. yur 0 9m la-., hui IQ- .-! DI' til REG. 463 - lST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Claudia Cox, Maria Estebanez, Verlin Westbrook, Hilde- gard Pfendt, Ernesting Perkins, Nancy Wong, .lane Fong, Margaret Petrini. ZND ROW: Harold Lee, Preston Low, Lillian Chan, Basil Lee, Kim Jew. SRD ROW: Ronald Huddleston, Ronald Wong, Pete Maiorana, Hugh Thomas, Lillian Yee, Sandra MC- Connell. it f-'CW opener' 'N , s t "mr REG. 460 - lST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Rose Anna Tarantino, Cynthia Au, Marie Eckel, Gloria Kogy, Teresa Zolezzi, Marie Marland, Marvel MCCurdy. QND ROW: Emily Lee, Ena Maltez, Diana Delk, Marie Baldocchi, Dolores Cuned, Jack Fong, John Foo, Robert Yamagishi, Mike Coulter. 3RD ROW: Romano Vincenzi, Ferdinand Guere, Robert Lee, John Brunner, Lawrence Yee, Walter Sergeeff, Andrew Brembry, Johnny Williams. Tarzan REG. 204 IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Martha Salu- zar, Carlotta Palencia, Audrey Rossum, Bobby Jean Buckner, Dorothy Lee, Dale Konetsky, Marion Lee, Marisa Torre. 2ND ROW: Julian Agustin, Isidro Luz, Nelson Mock, Sinclair Fong, Nancy Soo Hoo, Delia Colin. 3RD ROW: James Louie, James Ham, Wilson Lue, I Evan Juie, Lopez. 4TH ROW: Wellman Chin, Gregory Girardot, Ken- neth Dong, Chester Loo, David Cabrera, Jay Kay. Donald Chew, Armando Dianda, John wp' . , . 1222. .ar ...ug 'f'-1 ,1 . In L-IIs REG. 203 -IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Jadin Gee, Gloria Seals, Margaret Joe, Honora Hom, Loretta Lee, May Chin, Linda Eng. 2ND ROW: Mr. Toto, Esther Araneta, Leta McAllis- ter, Edmond De La Rosa, Gerald Modena, William Chan, Wayman Lew, James Fong, Daniel Wong, Willy Yee. SRD ROW: Roston Moxie, Charles Jamison, Cecil Williams, Robert James, Dwane Pinkston, Robert Poolini, Sammy Cash, Arnold Chung, Feovonni Bor- zoni, Oscar Burgas. -'as' DS i ., REG. 451- IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Nellie Wong HA up hir-4 it-1' mi tk Hi Bai S-., REG. 256 - IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Ana Leda Garcia, Joan Jung, Ruth Kelly, Jean Moon, Kath- erine Lee, Josephine Di Grande, Judith Lew, Judy Jong. 2ND ROW: Arthur Bruscherd, Diane Lawler, Mar- garet Schroeder, Joan Webster, Ella Herbert, Jackie Engh, Betsy Choy, Wayne Chin. 3RD ROW: Bob Kaline, Nelson Cook, Benny Bates, Gaither Brooks, Arthur Sen, Kenneth Lee, Louie Harmon, Ernest Filippo, Sumio Nagoreda, Robert Lewis, Wilmer Davis. vw K! fs ,.. .,,,,,,..... .K Winifred Wong, Luella On, Lily Wong, Dorothy de Benedetti, Lois Tom. JS 2ND ROW: Melvin Yee, Andrew Wong, Diane Ped- rin, Irene Silin, Victoria Moya, Nathaniel Jones. 3RD ROW: Richard Paolini, David Totonelli, Gil- bert Melendez, John Pedroni, Henry Yau, George Zalezzi. 4TH ROW: Lloyd Scott. PAGE 42 X . wuvvglvw v : . g. I-I-IOS EG. 205-lST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Gail Randazzo, sther Ortega, Florence Owyong, Gwen Lee, Janice ouie, Ginger Ng. ND ROW: Rex Martin, Ray Higuera, Yvonne Han- en, Bonnie Patterson. RD ROW: H.nry Ng, Chris Petropulos. 0 O I l EG. 255 - lST ROW LEFT TO RlGHT: Pat Kerr, ince Quan, Lola Ricoro, Mary Simpler, Jane K. Lee. ZND ROW: T ony Resuello, Frank Louie, Austin Leon Price, Frances Romero, Lois Smith, Dolores Schram. 3RD ROW: Bok Foo Pon, Larry Scnembari, Bob Mar- tin, Mike Ryan, Sandra Ray, Rita Rosano, Sherman Mar, Marie Salvoto. x--'- J xr., . L ,...nv'-' .,-. VU. f-no' fer, REG. 2l4 - lST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Lulu Hamil- ton, Sue Tooker, Sadie Smith, George Sibbett, John Wenn, Daniel Lee. 2ND R.OW: Steven Ouon, Linda Tong, Marion Tom, Bernice Soon, Elaine Hooey. 3RD ROW: Ray Vigil, Pearl Tang, Clarice Wade, Beverly Gray, Ruby Walker. 4TH ROW: Mike Stone, Edmond Tom, Vince Liu, Leonard Ronsom, Dante Storelli, Boklway Pao, Dan Taylor. 'Y Nix 'Ny .- f mg R 305 IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT. Pete Yee, Catanzaro, June Chung, Linsen Hsia, Jane Egascia Balinton, John Cheung. OW: Lee Ann Dependener, Mae Costa, Anita Wong. Linda Chan, Rosalie Crivello, Eleanor Pra. Dorothy Burrell, Azucena Clemino, i, Jimmy Marlow, Bill Jones, Richard Crispi, H-I0s REG. 304 - IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Augustin Tar- ciana, Pierina Antenucci, Marie Ascutto, Ruth Allen 2ND ROW: Joe Garcia, Dick Comollo. REG. 354 - IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Edward Hee, Elaine Harvey, Claire Grassic, Janice Gee, Erma Irwin, Shirley Lau, Walter Hom. 2ND ROW: George Harvey, Jim Hollingsworth, Marie Cantatore, Christinea Van Relokwski, Doris Jane, Donna Gentry, Shobu Hasegawa, Diane Wil- son. 3RD ROW: Bruce Hom, Jim Guerro, Dency Julett, Gail Ingram, Charlotte Candida, Pat Wong, Roy Harris. LIOS REG. 355 - lST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Washing- tan Jannsan, Alice Lee, Sylvia Lam, Helen Lee, Flora Low, Cnarlottc' Johnson. QND ROW: Phil Judd, Marion Gee, Toni Lafon , Judy Kotlarz, Anna Lofrana, Geraldine Wade. 3RD ROW: Tadashi Nakagawa, Danny Jew, Willie Jin, Harold Hong, Willie Thomas, Joe Jackson. 4TH ROW: Tom Howard, Ray Bellumini, Ronnie ls- ola. REG. 455 - lST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Virginia Garnett, Lincoln Fong, Joe Gammattei, Charlie Modeste, John Mort, Ken Flanagan, Gloria Dew, Dorothea Evander. ZND ROW: Bonnie Chang, Louis Forneris, Lydia Cantu, Laverne Burrell, Clara Sam, Uasuko Hirai, Gwen Edwards, Rosemarie Occhipinti, Karen Foste r. 3RD ROW: William Yeem, John Fong, Chris Pian- akopolus, Don Fang, Susy Johnson, Paulette Owens, Betty Diaz, Rose Fazio, Laverne Ste- vens, Mario Flores. Lo v. - 1 M fig' l 1 f J . - illil E U cn. 313 N ,lv lil Q l gflaibid . REG. 404 - IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Lee Mor- gan, Torre Angelo, Anna Morales, Betty Lee, Moria Lew, Pearl Lum, Jane Low, Gilbert Bell. 2ND ROW: Martin Leong, Sharon Keegan, Jackie Lien, Toni Manga, Lana Lock, Nelson Lai, Jack Lee. 3RD ROW: James Lyons, Sue Mattox, Elaine John- son, Robert Pelekai, Mark Morris, Edward Loo, Ed Reed. 4TH ROW: Jim Lew, Danny Lan, Norman Mar, Sam Draper, Ken Lee. ,x . AEG. 459- !ST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Yee Janet Louie, Sharon Wong, Betty Wong, Cath- rine Woo, Shirley Lee, Mary Yee Priscilla Lee Kazuho Kikuchi. 2ND ROW: Pam Micklautz, Joan Wong, Anna Zack, Jean Nong, Pat Wong, James Watson Sam Fon. 3RD ROW: Temole Fatio, Dick Hawkins, Joe Cri- vello, Ray Gentry, Gim Wong, Tom Wong, Jack Angussa, Vince Woo. PAGE -15 i362 REG. 306 - IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Rose Marie Mulsiono, Beverly Taniuntco, Carol Bel- latorre, Claudia Ching, Lucy Chan, Emmie Lee, Dora Lee. ZND ROW: Frank Marino,Betty Campbell, Lynn Jones, Claudette Beaulieu, Grace De Martini, Kelly Roumbanis. 3RD ROW: Benny Yee, Douglas Lurton, Raymond Lee, John Frick, Steve Lester, Randolph Lai Ronald Chooey. 11-' ,Q-. fl 'fl -,, L-IOS REG. 252 - IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: William Jung, Lillian Hanosh, Phillip Gam. 2ND ROW: Dan Pedrin. .Qs REG. 3l4 - IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Johnnie Mae Brooks, Diane Bernardi, Virginia Gee Mary Mendoza, Susan Quan, Barbara Chew, Mae Lew. 2ND ROW: Walter Fong, Ernesto Ortez, Chester Wong, Robert Wong, Jack Lee, John Swanson, Stephen Goodman. SRD ROW: Howard Ware, Claudell Huey, Dennis Frazier, Hans Grundman, William Gee. I REG. 315 Row l: Dennis Low, Jack Smith, Judy Roberts, Veronica De Young, Carolyn Jones, Robert Freeduran, Nora Lu, Clara Gee. Row 2: Loretta Yee, Lorraine Ng, Victoria Lee, Elaine Murphy, Pat Jones, Nanna Kyer, Maris Ericson. Row 3: Ray- mond Tong, Wing Ho, Tony Costagli, Ock Hing Wong, Peter Curreri, Femando Mar- tinez, Marco Martain, Philip Bryant, John Gee, Alfred Mammini. ,W W A E5 F1 If Aa 95 REG. 408 Row l: Betty Lee, Marion Kwan, Barbara Puccinelli, Judy Lee, Sylvia Lew. Row 2: Paul Maiorana, Frank Lam, Marlene Olmo, Frank Wong, Raymond Conley. Row 3: Joseph Field, Jesse lvy, Edwin Louie. tk! :als-f I 1' 9 X I REG. 361 Rowl: Douglas Cheng, Tingley Lew, Shir- ley Martain, Jessie Moe Aubrey, Jadin Lee, Marie Karagos, Adeline Carvalho, Kathrine Karagas, Elsa Mattox. Row 2 Allen Chew, John Callegari, Carol Ann Dong, Susan Low, Pat Low, Faith Joe, Diane Musante,' Dovie Boone, Marianna Adams. Row 3: Robert Perkins, John Jones, John Garden, Clarence Chin, Henry Phillips, Dan Pedrin, Calvin Chung, Caro- lyn Giomi. Row l: Vera Kenter, Ilka Friedrich, Eleonore Freund, Annette Jann, Lilliam Tellez, George Korountzos, Denise Kourumalos, Blanca Bustamante, Juana Aguirre. Row 2: George Toshiyuki, Irma Flores, Alma Zarich, Hedwig Sanders, Lenny Cho- con, Gloria Viana, Glad s Giron. Row 3: Giancarlo Angeli, lrom Padilla, Roger Ocon, Thomas Chang, William Ng, Paul Lucchini, Ferdinando Vello. Row 4: Fer- ni nando Cruz, Den s Kourumalos, Nick Bros, David Woo, Frederick Borsom, Dino Belluomini, Juan Eugene Cheng. if 'l .1 I' , G REG. 465 Dig that Craaazy pose. fffzgiw N 9 F More study - and more books. 4r""'xr Can I have a bite? Time out for a rest ADS Muse Graduate , X X K5 If... X 1 I It takesa n 0 eo e... It takes a lot of people hke vou to keep up w1th ou1 gxoxung tele phone sel VICE and we I6 growmg fastel than ex er before' We haxe a Vk1Cl9 va11ety of xx ell paymg 1nte1est1ng Jobs open for phels telephone opelators file clelks accountlngclelke The pav IS good 1lgl'ltfl0Ill the sta1t ex en wh1le you xe learmng Thlee IHISQQ the xely filst ve 11' Youll wo1k 1n clean bl 1ght office w1th people youl ou n age mam of them schoolmatee Come 1n and Fmd out hom you can become pax t of the Telephone Team EMPLOYMENT OFFICES 'I40 New Montgomery St 445 Bush Sf There s a good iob for you af--- Pacific Telephone I ' ' E ' A ll , - , , - " V ,K .xl , , , 2 X Y . lf, '- X S A . if xl :X " A Y' ' ' I f .Xt -t -E, 4' - , ,- ,- , , I Y EP? f no , , M - ,fr . , . . . . X A 1 p l Nav. ' X ' women - as typists - stenogra- . jj, Q Q! - - ,g y '. 1 ie A U . i. 1 tff ff .W X1 -E y 'Q' N ' ' I n v ' 7' n ' , . N I - L v I 1 Z 1. , i . .. Q 1 V K' I K .fx Cl N4 gl Z, 4 .,-5 Al -1: """1I'g5I--'I' .' ,,,.-f f DONT MISS THE BO T' do L 1 -414' Dont mm the hott when rt comes to Choosmi, the ugh! job Thcrf. 5 a wonderful job opportunity tw utnng you at Metropolrtan Lrfe after rraduatron So why not pay ua a xrsrt Come to our Fmploxmtnt Bureau md flnd out all about that rob wrth a future Startxng salary S229 per month Frve day week Regular mcrfrases Appeuzmg Iuncheons as Steads adxancement gue5t of the C0mPanY Lrbcral sacatron arrangement FUN 10 many different socral athletrc and Lrfe Srckness Hosprtal Surgrcal recreatronal groups and major medical expense rnsurance 0 Ideal workrng condrtrons IT CAN ALL BE YOURS' Ior full mformatron come to the Fmployment Bureau Monday through lrrdu any trmc between b 30 A NI and 5 P NI METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 765 Collfornlo Street San Francisco 20 Collf PAGE' 51 f Q SQ arf f fx V 1 :.I.:.3:: --E Str 41:41 , X. H Z I X 0 .M we . 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XJ FA,-Y XV 6, 6 S017 F 79 41 fo on C 6 "CG SW' ofa J CO' C 07 Ol' of 60 eh lf 4 .s- 'if 4 6 O v 4 4, Q00 6,9 J' ow 5, B PAGE 52 xxx eo' 4r .xeq0 0,8 e 53, 0 9 5,9 349 we Us e 5 lt' 095s D60 ,Ugg . J 'I' X S Q 2. Q0 go I If "WI 42' 5 nf' Mlss Marty Schaumann Dean of Mlss Marty s School of Beauty and wlnner of many awards for hair leadership n the held of C metology and the only person Northern Calufornna lncluded nn the membershlp of the Natuonally famous Offncual Hanr Fashuon Com mottee Member National Hanr dressers 8. Cosmetologists Asso cnatuon Hollywood Hanr Desngn Councnl San Francasco Cosme tolognsts Assocuatnon and meduate past Presndent of the Calrfornua Cosmetolognst s Assoc Also Note Jr and CONGRATULATIONS GRADS 70 There are many excellent 'ob opportunrtles for men and women rn the fneld ot Haur Stylmg and Beauty and they are more than ordlnaruly avallable to graduates of Mtgg Marty s School of Beauty Thus school conslders that practice makes perfect and from the day you enroll untll you graduate you Il study prnmarnly by DOING the work exactly as you wouldm a trrst class Salon Classes arelrmlted to 50 so you Il have lnduvldual attentuon In your work and can start out tmmedlately after your graduatnon as an experuenced operator' A Haar Stylung and alr Cutting IS taught exclus nvely by Mlss Marty herself start rmmednately on tech nlques she teaches to work mg hair stylusts taking her graduate courses Course planned to In clude l 600 hours and can be completed comfortably In tendance O en 8 30 to 5 every day and Wednesday and Frrday evenings 4Sc4oolaf Two excellent professuonal teachers long famous nn th e fre d of Beauty work w ll Manicures Permanents etc un the best approved methods ofthe day 278 Post Street lat Unron Square, San Francisco SUtter T 951 Telephone for an appointment to observe a class m action Senior Shampoos and sets 754 Freshman work complimentary Support Our Advertisement l203 GRANT AVENUE MEN S APPAREL A l DUN IT DU-NUTS 745 COLUMBUS AVENUE YU 6-457' A I lat 7 !, ' . . I H ' U T Y o 4 . . ' I ' . I are I l ,. . ' I ' ' - I ' , Il ' ' H ' is ' - ' , , . . . - . . . , I . . I . . . . ' I I I gylingn Ncgionolly known for her and all beg.inning students nine months of active at- teach "Theory", "Facials", . i . os- I I I P 2 .. . nl 1. .tl , in I y - f . ' , . 1 - , I . . . . o ' .T . i - ' ' ' ' 5 im- . . . , D . . .7 I If ll ' ' . T GAL STUDENTS AROUND SCHOOL AND ABROAD Oh, Elvis, you send mel '- . ,,,,,-2 .r .l Au 'T ' we if? Buddies til the very end. A Would you mind X repeating that last statement? fix K fx Will you please learn those lines? , ' M, is T M Gee whiz, thanks! I X J , A X T V 51 P 1 lf ' Aren't we pretty? X These kids are stud ying? What are you 7 looking at? I r , 1-I P15 Joy Kay and Bonnie W Broddy were honored F-I Here we see some Mr. Donohue 's fons, Marie, Lee, Pot, ond Rose. vw 'J' f X 1 f2"""' " ,f, -lsr X g .- . I, Q 1 Sophomore Yell Leaders Achievement ocfivities Thus hot mclcer pufs on her own creotnon wnth the help of one o our song gurls lNe're lust o couple of old snow bums! im' . .-f BACK ROW: fLeft to righti Mr. Paul Freiermuth, Wood Shop, Mr. Curtis Decker, A. V. A. , P.E. , Baseball, Mr. Rodgers, M. R. , Alge- bra, Trigonometry and Solid Geometry, Mr. William Washburn, Biology and Chemistry, Physics, Mr. Daniel Forrest, Orchestra, Band, English Winds, Mr. Kenneth Ball, U. S. History, Mr. Nicolas Vogulkin, Commercial Art, Ceramics, Free Hand Drawing, Mr. Redenius, English, Mr. James Kearney, U. S. History, P. E., Mr. William Burke, Soph- omore Gaals, Science, Couns., Dr. Gordon Carlson, Head Counselor. Mr. Henry Lewis, Algebra, Shop Math, P. E., Mr. Carl Spitzer, P. E. , Couns., Mr. James K. Donohue, Student Government, Student Acti- vity, Public Speaking, Civics, Mr. Walter Mills, Electric Shop, Mechanical Drawing, Shop Math, Mr. Manug Terzian, Basic English, Special Reading, Mr. Frank Brady, English, Journalism, Yearbook, Mr. John Freeman, English, Mr. Kevin Williams, World History, Vocation- al Counselor, Mr. Stanley Ritchie, English, Couns., Mr. Frank S. Gold, Physiology, Biology, Mr. Edward H. Smith, Boys' Dean. I 'J GALILEO HIGH I MIDDLE ROW: fLeft to righti Mr more Goals, Biology, Mr. Ricar Leary, Bookkeeping, Miss Louise Mrs. Ester Alpers, Senior Problem Education, World Affairs, Mrs Couns., Miss Mildred Nelson, h Miss Mildred Smith, Civics, U Beryl Kautz, Biology, Sophomor English, Miss Loraine Baker, E Frank Presotto, Auto Shop, Machi Mrs. Barbara Higgins, Head of Muschi, Math, Courms., Wood Sl Ruth Schoeppe, P.E., Miss Mil: Madsen, Biology, Chemistry, M History, Sophomore Goals, U.S. Wall, Bookkeeping, Machine C Sl! ,.. em' nw --ff Cl-IOOL FACULTY ohn lllia, General Math, Sopho- De Villa, R. O . T. C., Miss Verna ll, Clothing, Clothing Selection, Department Head, Civics, Drivers rgaret Healy, Steno, Typing, hine Calculation, Steno, Typing, History, California History, Miss Preparation, Mr. Frank C. Vaci, ish, Typing, History, Math, Mr. Shop, Mr. Charles Toto, English, glish Department, Mr. Achille H. , Homecrafts, Reading Lab., Miss d Weiland, P.E., Miss Madeline Beverly George, Couns., World istory, Civics, Miss Jean Margaret ulation, Office Machines, Mrs. Elva C. Ferguson, English, Mrs. Emilie Livernette, English, Couns., Miss Pearl Normore, School Nurse. FIRST ROW: lLeft to rightj Miss Jane Hastings,Foods, Miss Patricia Clark, Home Planning, General Math, Millinery, Algebra, Miss Caire, English, Mrs. Denise Ollagnier, Couns., Sophomore Goals, Civics, Social Studies, Mrs. Anna Murphy, Geometry, Algebra, Mrs. Mary B. Liu, Couns., English, Miss Lorraine Martin, English, Girls Chorus, History of Music, Harmony, Mrs. Jacqueline Benson, French, Free Hand Drawing, Mrs. Selma Larson, English, Dr. James Moreno, Prln- cipal of Galileo, Mrs. Geraldine E. Grant, Educational Counselor, Mrs. Nancy Neuman, Mechanical Drawing, Miss Mildred Kaufman, English, P.E., Miss Miriam Calmenson, Typing, Secretarial Training, Transcription, Bookkeeping, Miss Mabel E. White, Librarian, Mn. Louise Chalmers, Italian, Gemian, Spanish, Miss Marguerlete, Library Science, Mrs. Margaret Amsden, Typing, Mr. George Poppin, U. S. History, P.E. , Sophomore Goals, Mr. Thomas De Nike, P.E. JV' SNAPS AROU ND SCHOOI. r ' f i ' 95 . "Down By the Old Mill Stream-m-m." f "Men invading Galileo" ef V42 1' ff. . "1-mrlyin9High"... ,fe X P W1 . y , ' ,QL ., , 'ff ff is I n . k r ' , 4 -Q., f . ,- r ,J el - - , , Q . ' n r y ,A 2 l A . M W ,, 4, 1, - 5 , 6 new -1- "Look fellows, this is 'Pr my lunch hour woit xr until the sixth period" Q 'I '-. fi V , j,,.,, Y, 4, .3 Q .q.m.....mM I ig A V M' I' L 4 X 4 " -.nfs 'i 7 ,. f ful f if 3 - M i 'J' si' .7"f'L'l . ' i M l " -I il' l S f f K ,," W "' wf.'a,,, . ,g ,Vg-,,M,M , - i V Come Hither! Come Hitherl K U 1 Forwordll Marchll ' in Ill ii A X M ln X l K l li l ' 1 "We're iust poor u X X cent school girls. " Q . X' E 1 Upsy-Daisy! !-l K - X. ' X I 7-" fun? 'Q SE fs ' rw-fe , s K ik R A ' If 'fr' tl . ' x i."Jf' ' , fwllwf . ,v , 4 ' I' i lgi, linear-tj! Q, , 2 Y' 'Q f ' ' , 1 W' - if W , l +'91fe9.. 4. 4 A f, . f f cyl Are Yau going " ' to get it w en you ' ' get home. .. Myl ll Everyone in this class is all smiles. Wish m l ' ' y c oss was like thus. THERPS ALWAYS SOME KIND OF EXCITMENT AT GAL . x f I A fi Q A P 4, iv - f I I 1 "' , 'Fixx' ,f ze, '. -f' I 40,6 J vi e rgofmlllgofnul l A -.X N ' fy..- N wgxxr Lilaiz "d rang-3 1.1 X , ' uw KK- f' ,uv C , ... . m...L,u,. A-'CZK f- ., , , wx. ,,d.,.,,, -b V... :,1, .Q M. u.'w-1--1.53.0 K '-'ft P:-2 M E.:-1, ' '11 :'2 twy fin A' 11'TL'?i1:r '- - lv-i rn-1' :rj CQ.. -- gnu . MV, I fl x mn., ,. . .,. . ----:tr A U f.1.. D 1 ' may-1: 1. En' M" Mn- .1- il Molding and shaping seems to be keeping these students busy in Ceramics. Left to Right are: Christine Von Rekow- ski, Vernard Wilkins, Joan Vezina, Margaret Jee, Ber- nice Soon, Janet Louie, and Yvonne Wong. Anyone for mud pies? I-WI' Pictured here in Mr. Vogulkin's Free Hand Drawing class are our future artists of America, George Ho, Russell Caldwell, and Pelegrin Freytes. R -,...- i, lu l i Out of These Classes Will Come Some Great Artists Ve artistically inclined are these students of The History of Arts Class. Far Row. Jimmy Wong, Mr. Vogulkin, Larry Moon, Vernard Wilkins. Middle Row. Ted Coquilla, Ray- mond Ong, Ed Gervais. Foreground. George Ho and Thomas Loey. En 4" - I S- As Maria Cantatore, Mr. Vogulkin, and Marisa Torre look on, Ted Coquilla demonstrates the patience you need in Ceramics. ,,,,,::u--""""' From RGRto BGB We Mean Rock 6 Roll to Beethoven 61 Bach Thats GaIiIeo's Musical Aggregation One of the best features in our Music De- partmentis Gal 's orchestra, under the direc- tion of Mr. Forest. Here you see them play- ing. Pictured here are: Aldo Del Prete, Blare Forbes, John Lopes, Joe Crivello, Nick Gentile, Don Serao, Pete Maiorana, Rich Abruzzo, Johnny Leong, Piebaid Pme- da, Mario Flores, Ron Huddleston, Ray Vigil, Bob Ferrari, Geo Zolazzi, Walter Lum, Vic Scafani, Rich Flores, Bob Zrizuella, John Ortega, Mike Stone, Erlindo Manilla, James Fong, Danny Wong, Lorenzo Picchi, Rich- ard Crispie, Wayne Chin, Roston Maxie, Andrew Wong, Nonnan Yee, VincentTong, Guido Piccinini . Galileo's choir under the supervision of Miss Martin startpracticing for the Spring Graduation. Pictured here are: lst Row. Cecilia Recania, Tarciana Agustin,Mary Ann Lee, Pam Micklauta, Roberta Anderson, Marie Powell, Darling Hey- liger, Vicki Moya, Louie Stella, Richard Gon- zales, Top Row. Jim Winder, Reggie Leipsic, Joe Gorg, Aldo Del Prete, Carla Corda, Clau- dia Cox, Carole Crutchfield, Sadie Smith, Daisy Nelson, Claudette Reed, Edna Blanken- ship, Charles Gabral. stism Pictured here are Pam Micklautz, Gay Sible , Darling He liger, Richard Flores, Sadie Smith, Irene Bulahan, John Ortega, looking on with great interest as Carole Crutchfield puts on one of the many wonderful records in the History of Music Class. Mrs. Healy's Steno class is busy writing their m's and vvv's'? Pictured above are Vicki Moya, Carol Horton, Carmel Catanzaro, Carolyn Koeberle, Mrs. Healy, Joan Wong, Maria Diener, Gail Ingram. 5 , 7 A Miss Calmenson's 4 Transcription class fea- tures our Future secretaries. Pictured above left to right are Maria Del Torre, Barbara Crivello, Angie Carini, Diane Giuliani, Maria Mattera, Janice Caselli. "'lK ,1 v 1 .ir we-W Y -...tx Miss Wall's Bookkeeping class is busy with figureslthe no. kind.l Pictured here left to right are: lst Row. Josephine DiGrande, Cynthia Au, Rita Tenullo: 2nd Row. Tim- othy Mark, Flora Low, Jean Low, Miss Wall, Ruth Salinas, Christina Estebanez: 3rd Row. Alice Gee, Lily Wang, Katherine Lee, Tuey Wan Yip. B951 H655 Scenes Inside GaI's Industrial World fini, Mr. Pressoto, and Ed Gervais. Below: Here John Dep- enbrock is making a bowl in woodshop. If will make someone a wonderful present. f ' What par? is that? The generator, engine, or carburetor? Oh, well, anytime you have car trouble just call on this trio: Corado DeMar- Below: lt looks as if Morgan Lee is going to make something that will surprise us all!! ,,1,- 3 'll isilei 'S'-1. 'V , l Watch Out, the Girls Are Loose in the Kitchen! If X fl I -if Who's this hard working girl?'??'? Linda ff 1 McGregor is her name . . . 4' 1 I , X X2 "' ' 1 dl' N XA ' V, ,gg 'Mig' . I 1 L," I I T-s--4-....-1-52, h f i ":ffa:ff'?: 4- t ' fa .I 9066 scoffoftiu' ls that a smile on Marisa Torre's face? It looks like she's found a new fabric. Pic- tured are Margaret Gooch, Marisa Toore, Lucilla Lum, and Cecilia Recania. .ivy The dishes are being washed, but how clean are they? Pat Ancona woshes while Harriet Edmondson dries. It looks like our girls are good house cleaners. Our girls are pretty busy these days making new outfits for their wardrobes . Above are Diane Serono, Barbara Evans, and Dorothy Lee. VERIFIQATIONS X W5 " . Q, ...R -Cb V ,' '-.4 ir.. xlNN lull N url VV MllJ',a4,f5fN' ' llll rinwvlllfiuihiliim 'mom Ol l7l"'0l , ..-4.1 llll XIXX llil URW .HQ Yu Kum Hsia wears a proud smile as he exhibits a Q' fine piece of work. His proiect was a new theory x on acids and bases. Us 9 'Y' Modeling at a recent fashion show were Jean Bradbury, Bar- bara Tosconno, Donna Fontez, Verna Jang, and Rose Tong. A group of women that we could not do without is the P. T. A. Here from left to v I' Pert Bev Damante looks as if she is goingfora iay ride on the back of our own Leo. He certainly looks happy though. right are their hard working officers: Mrs. Tanzi, histor- iang tary Mrs. Leipsic, C-secre- Mrs. Tom treasurer' I I Mrs. Chel ini , vice presidentg Mrs . Mrs Bonel li, president and Pineda. F- AL Cuddled up in a corner we find this year's Miss Telescope. She is Barbara Crivello, one of the sweetest girls ever to attend Galileo. 5-. ' l Studying the map of the United States in Miss Smith's U. S. history class are Pat Maher, Sal Billante, Louie Pignati, Bob Ross, Nathan Louie, and Sandra Sammann. LEARN ING FACTS ABOUT Z Q our womo MAKES WISER STUDENTS Busy at the map are QI to rl Lawrence Yee, Lenny Cha- con, and Jessie Rivera, while the rest of the class looks in on Mr. Ball's U. S. history class. Students in Mrs. McCoy's world history class find that the world is a pret interestin lace Due to Mrs W 9 P - - McCoy's illness we were unable to identify these stu- dents. 'x Observing old California missions in Miss Smith's Cali- fornia History class are ll to rl Joan Lam, Barbara Rec- ca, Sal Billante, Bob Ross, Sanny Damato, and Pat Maher. t"" Being Pnqsicallg Fit, We Can Overcome Anqtning .lump 2-3, iump 2-3. lrene Galeski, Linda Lephfew, and Priscilla Wong seem to have that 2-3 beat. 4 Y ' , E 2. 4 - ' - 5+ As Delia Colin, Pauline Kwan, Sandra Goo, and Ruby Turner keep in time with that foot forward and arms straight out step, Anita Ghilarducci seems to have lost that count. Jackie Santini's, Racheal Ackerman's, Carol Tarzia's, and Annabelle Smith's hands are reaching for the sky. What's wrong with Diane Pedrin's? Jackie Santini heads the line, while Racheal Ackerman, Eiven Pantoya, Ginger Ng, Ana Benarvidez, Carol Tarzia, Diane Pedrin, and Anna- belle Smith follow behind. What's everyone pointing at? Looks like Ginger Ng and Ana Ben- arviclez are ready to take off with their arms spread out. Following up way behind are Irene Goleski and Elnora Payne. And away we go. 'ku Every day you will learn something new if you are in Mr. Alcorta's Chemistry l class. Here looking on as he prepares an experiment is Jose Lee, George Salazar, Mr. Alcorta, Irene Holeski, Romano Vincenzi, Vince Che- lini, and Mike Coulter. 9419963 Dig Our Future Scientists. Doctors, etc... 3-ki 7 JW l I7iiK ...l ,,,.-,.,..... if Mrs. Madsen Biology 2 class looks on as she explains to them the parts of the body. Pic- tured are Armando Dianda, Carlotta Pa encia, Marta Salazar, Chester Lum, Margaret Schroe- der. In Mr. Alcorta's Physic's I class are Pastor Manolo, Yukon Hsia, Philip Lum and Andy Yencha. We are very sorry that we were un- able to identify the other students. Learning the parts of the human body and its functions are Barbara Granzella, Jim Judd, Joe Angese, Tom Dunlap, Vic Scafani, Mr. Gold, Veronica Roddy, Marie Eckel, and Tim Mark. 2 Er. Sr ll.-GF "Oh, I-low We Murder 9 Ol The King s English Mr. Toto's students are always eager to work. Wouldn't you be? JJ? .3 a ' 1 kc NI ,.. As Jean Moon looks on, George Zolezzi tells her about Cyrano's great nose . ilnfc- 1-AI gr-I No The drama class is very interested in the skit Bonnie Patterson and Dency Hulett are doing. 1 The Journalism class listens carefully as Bruna Pozzi continues her discus- sion on current events. Left to right are Barry Ercoles, Jim Aligo, Teresa Tapia, Elizabeth Wilson, LiIyWong, Joe Dore, Gay Sibley, Beverly Gray and Carolyn Koeberle. 1" .4fr,, tilt il' , 6 51 Wd' 0 1, j fi ,, Sludying the map of California with Mr. Voci are Josefo Pasfora, Waller Hom, Jennie Louie, Kenr- nefh Kung, June Chung, Doreen Wong, Maria Canfafore, and Shobu Haseqawa, wk? Foreign Students Find a New Wag at Gal Busy at work learning their lessons are fl. to r.J Yolanda Mena, Roger Ocon, Reinhard Rasimus, lrmo Flores, Dino Bellumini, Angelo Fillipin, Frederick Borsini, Julio Acosfa, and Ventura Urquidez. Learning their vowels are Reinhard Rosmius, Yo- landa Mena, lllca Friedrich, Jul io Acosfa, Angelo Fil I ipin , Ventura Urquidez, Rolando Mavas, Alma Zarich, Frederick Borsoni, Irma Flores, and John Boscolo. WHAT DID YOU GE' UN Y UR REPORT CAPD THE P V ULUM Nl.. :ALELEO GH fS1,"Hs"'0l uc ,r LStea on the 'ob are Wllson ue, Vlrglnla Cancllla Carolyn Zul lo and Bnrhnm Rnnnlll Q F N I 0 Q D48 5 23 Nw f'- A ln for her third term as editor of the Pendulum IS capable Vlr ganna Cancnlla She has all the qualuflcatuons that make her a wonderful leader of the Pen dulum staff She has demon strated the ablllty to be qulet, competent and a scholastic mem ber of the CSF Vlrglnla has been an honor student since she entered Galileo After only one course of Journalasm, she took 1 over the lob as edntor She ll plans to go to the Unnverslty of P1 In l-' Callforma when she fnnlshes, but fldlf now she IS busy work mg after school We can honest 0, ill ly say that she has done great sy, . ,J work on the Pendulum the Hun Pretr- SL Q em ang? 45 Q 71 ICPICSLII ldlltr E OCT 19 DANCE CANCELLED NEXT DANCE NOV 30 956 e 5 8- toi ales or IL St, 1 Jr mu pxcrurc fea PENDULUM STAFF STRIVES FOR ALL SCHOOL COVERAGE WE Pendulum staff writers are forever on the prowl funding In formatnon whnch proves to be very mterestnng to us Wuth the gathering of lnformataon clncknng of type wnters and heavy brain work we are presented with another edltlon of the Pendulum Our edutor IS al ways busy seeung to lt that every but of mformotnon IS correct before at us sent to the press Our column edutors keep us upto date on what s happening In and 0UfSldQ of good old Gal We also have a fashuon column te keep the squares up to date ell the latest things lh togs But It I not lust peclung on the typewriter all day and beating our brains out" trying to fund out thungs we also get to go to various places and fund out how certann things are produced We vuslted the Call Bulletin and the Key Publnshmg plant an Berkeley Wnlson Lue keeps us up to date on the sports and John Brunner gets us pretty good sl'6ts of all the games we play whale Sue Brown and Lnly Wong take over advertus Ing Jacqueline Santana and Carolyn Koeberle see to nt that the Pendu lum I5 not held a secret from other schools they are our exchange editors Here Jackie Santunu, Carolyn Zullo, Wllson Lue, Mary Storelll, Vlrglnla Cancalla, Barbara Bonelln, Evelyn Lue, and Ann Plxzo Ce getting ready for the next edltlon of the Pendulum. . , 'XL V. .. . 4 A . 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Judging from the picture, Marie Mattera is still looking at last year's book. Sandra Pretes has her eye on Steve Goodman, who looks as if he is about to be whipped. Pauline Kwan, the girl responsible for the correct spelling of your name in the book, is hard at work. Almost invis- ible in the upper left hand corner of the picture, we see Pat looking on and won- dering if the book will ever be finished. As you can see, the girls finally came through. You've got your book, haven't you? When you see two girls with serious, hard-working poses like this, you can be sure that the deadline is only a few days away. Carole Crutchfield is checking low senior copy while Diane Giuliani begins to list those still owing money for their book. TELESCOPE STAFF Editor-in-chief .............. Pat Ancona Associate Editor . . , . Donna Fontes Literary Editor. ... . . . . Mariorie Ray Photographic Editor . . . . . .Steve Goodman Sports Editor ................ .lim Aligo Writers. ................. Marie Mattera, Sandra Pretes, Gail Knox, Diane Giuliani, Carol Crutchfield, Pauline Kwan, Charles Modeste. Photographers ...... Basil Lee, John Brunner, Byron Pun. Adviser . . . . . . Frank Brady "57 TELESCOPE" i F Here is Pat Ancona, Editor of the yearbook Without Pat's help and patience this yearbook Things are looking up, the book is almost done. Gail Knox has found U - the copy that was missing for a few days and now, on May l6, is check- Wolflfl '19, be 05. Qfecl 05. 'l 'S' She "e0llY did G ing the final names ot the underclassmen. Mariorie Ray, literary editor, le""l:'C 'ob l"elP'n9 the l4'd5 fo PU' the Yearbook is responsible forthe sparkling copy found in this book. lt was a big job. iogelher' s-,'x gy,, Q Byron Pun S fv K r Basil Lee No yearbook would be worth its salt without pictures. Our senior photographer took most of the for- mal pictures, but the pictures that have lasting value and true memories are the candids of ev- eryday action around the school. These shots have been captured by John Brunner, who has no picture of himself. "l iust take the pictures." was his only com- ment. Later in the year he was joined by Basil Lee and Byron Pun, who helped make many of these fine shots possible. Many of the shots were processed and printed by them in the publica- tions darkroom. Jim Aligo and Charlie Modeste are seeing that all sports events are placed into the book and all names are spelled correctly. 'T' sgg v,x X S 1 r ,- X Pi This is one of Gal's most prized trophy cases. Many of our students have worked hard so that these cases will grow and grow. Q Jann fi'-Ns il 4 N - s , x Accepting his trophy for outstanding work on Gal's football team is Ted Kurrell. Presenting the award to him is player Gordie Soltau of the 49ers'. Looking on and almost as proud as Red are Mario Lucchese, Rich Potter, Jim Aligo, Mr. Poppin, Dr. Moreno, and Ray Bower. Given awards by the Bank of America for their outstanding work in their specific fields of study and citizenship are Donna Balzarini, Janet Currie, Evangeline Jang, Virginia Cancilla, Teodora Coauilla, Thomas Tom, and Lawrence Lu. !"'9 'fi ll l ,"., IQ 1 - a .n ' ' - ' ,Q ,g if wr 1 -7 g "' '- rx lxgiv ae! If Sue Brown and Joe Tanzi, shown with Mr. Donohue represented Galileo at the Lions' Club Speech Toumey and came away with high honors. Here Evangeline .lang is presented an award for a theme written in her civics class. 2' 1 4 I SPORTS fir I957 GRIDIRON ROUNDUP Jim, L to R Top Row Bull Paul Duck Comollo Alan Kauhu John Salvato Gaither Brooks Ron Sobrato John Koountz Robbue Pelekal Clyde Wmllls Jlm Hernandez Don Serco and Barry Ercoles Mlddle Row Rocky Barragan Reggae Lenpsuc Jlm Alugo Jack Lowe Vunce Chelan: Ray Bower Lours Chnsholm Ervln Berry Rich Barn: Bob Ross and Bob Gunbert Bottom Row Nuck Gentule Rach Potter Ted Kurrell Vernard Wnlkuns Marlo Lucchese J1mWuIIus Jrm Bradford Andy Yencha Fred Wllluams and Pedro Chang ln Sprung of l956 over 60 grldders turned out for Sprung practice By Fall of l956 only 30 remalned and half thus number was lnexperlenced However, Coach George Poppln and his boys displayed flne sptrat although they dropped sux games ln a row Many hlghlughts are to be remembered by Varsity grldders Here are brlef summaries of the season s games Pageant The Llons overpowered a surprised Washington team by a I2 6 score Galileo won two trophles at the pageant The trophies were for sportsmanship and wln mng game number 5 Lincoln Thus game was a heartbreaker as the Lions and the Mustangs battled back and forth untll the final gun Gal s grudders were held to one touchdown but the Lmks scored two for o 12 7 vlctory Sacred Heart Gallleo pond for Its mexperlence by dropping the first game to S F Led by All Cnty full back Arnold the lrrsh broke the Ice for 3 touchdowns and an l8 O funal score St lgnatuus Gal s Lnons were In for a bad day against the Wildcats Leading from the first flve minutes of play, the Cats trounced the Lxons, 34 I3 PAGE 78 Balboa The mighty Bucs proved to be more than the undermanned Lnons could handle Thus game was a memorable one, because one of the Lrons Ray Bower, received the game ball from the Call Bulletin The wlnnlng score read 34 O Lowell Revenge was the factor against the Llons The lndlans scored In the thnrd quarter and held the margin the rest of the game Gal threatened several times, but were put down by a squeaky 7 0 score lt was the last game of the season and Gal made nts last bud to wan a game. Mlssuon proved too strong and put Gal down, l9 0 l 52 ' 5 X 4 ' 1 , - it .441 . l ! , . lf ' T 1 ' 1 lx , ' qv -A 1 Q bl ' l rf' 1 , T B I f ' ' W I T T 1 I n' " ' ml - ' l 1 I 1 -I 1 ' 1 1 1 l -1 D ' 1 l 1 1 ' ' I ' . I I 4 I I I . ' 'I I I . I . I ' .I I . . - . . , . , I . . I . I . . . I . I I ' . I ' ' 1 , . . . . . , Q . . Q ' 1 , . . , , . . GAL ON THE MARCH TOP LEFT - Irwin Berry, fullback, crashes for gain in Mission game. TOP RIGHT - .jack Low sprints past Lincoinire. Jim Wiiiis in background. MIDDLE RIGHT - Reg Leipsic knocks off a few more yards against Lowell. BOTTOM RIGHT - Ray Bower makes for yardage around S. I. 's right end. BOTTOM LEFT - Jim Aligo grabs pass from Leipsic for a few yards against Lowell. T 14" diem if :A ---Q ., 1 ' if , my-V- , , - ' "".u Q I Clie' 'fr 5 -gl ,J ,EQ an 1 Kgliuiifaia TQ GS?a14.,a-+s.Lu.w5n,gag '-ifff' wr- Qf- V , , ., A' --L-, ' ' ' - -f,. " I "' ' ,E . ' -nu 4 'Av' ' , . ,.-- f-' -- -. .., f- ' - - - 4. fvf f1.f""' ' ,' , V. - ' P. 1. '1,.qw, .I ',,,. ",.,, vu-Q..-MV., I '-41 Jvr' .M -'..-4,-,'., -' 4., .I Lay - :' gf fi ,Q 4 Y .1 v U ,, 'L A. F., , sr, . , ' tp., . ' ,:,.r,n Z, , " fi 'v - . " J t W ,,. ., . - 4. . h mn-1-. f.. V1 1' 'i ,,' , AN.. U 1 A If .-- , I I .rl , F, 'I ff'd,yof,n,T2",5,,:,,..F..,.. A Wi ,J .. ylnfiyr 4 EEL Clyde Willis, Lou Chisholm, Pedro Chang close in on a Lincolnite. Among the outstanding players was Ray Bower, who at the end of the season was chosen for the Second Team All-City. He was a fleet back and a good pass receiver. However, he did not have the backing that is needed. At right Bower goes all the way after receiving a pass from Leipsic. Ray Bower was chosen Prep of the Year by our daily newspapers. Ted Kurrell was voted the Most Valuable Senior Player of Gal's team, and it was a good pick. He was a rugged, hard player and deserved the award. i In 'iv- J. V. FOOTBALL BACKS - L to R. - Mike McDowell, Dan Storelli, Joe Giommatti Leon Price LINEMEN - L to R. - John Mort, Rich Abruzzo, Don Serao, Steve Julian, Benny Bates, Robert Brizuela, Arthur Ware. Missing - Mario Flores, Frank Ortega gg' Ill SOCCER FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Hawkins D de Carl: G Boxonr F Vella F Rlvera J Padllla I Martrnez R Salazar G Pnccmrm G Melendez H Vrrzndez V Prcchr L SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Decker C Coach Vnncenzn R Lledke K Prnkston D Gonzalez C Moro G Boscolo R Guerrero R Stella L Boluanos,A Castaneda S Del Prete A ROBERT GUERRERO All Cnty Center Forward BOOTERS MAKE SEMI FINALS Galrleo roundballers nearly had another champronshlp Poly thas year s round robin champion knocked Gal out of the sem: frnals an a closely fought game The score was rdentlcal to that of the frrst game between these schools l 0 The Parrots scorecl on a penalty shot rn the frrst game and won an overtime game In the sem: frnals Mrs slon last year s co champions, were also rn the playoffs but they also lost to the strong legged Parrots of Poly Robert Guerrero and George Moro were voted to All Cnty pos: tlons by this area s newspapers, players and coaches Guerrero was the center forward and Moro was a fullback Many other players share the honor of being standouts such players as Marlo Moro, All Cnty goalre last year forward Lorenzo Plcchl halfbacks Hector Melendez Paul Martrnez and Luls Stella ancl fullback Romano Vincenzo This was the second time an two years that the Llons have reached the playoffs and next year with the and of many returning lettermen Coach Decker should make rt three years In a row All the teams rn the A A A were tough, but Gal ended the sea son with a respectable won 5 lost 2 and tied I record The Lrons were second rn th round room fnnal standmgs The teams that fell beneath the roar of the Llon were well 3 2 S 4 I Llncoln 3 I Washrn ton tled Gal rn the second game of the season The two defeats came at the hands of the Parrots GEORGE MORO V- HECTOR MELENDEZ Haltback All Cnty Fullback STELLA R Halfbock PAGE 81 ' I U . I .l -- . I I Q 4 I J'. ', . T . 1 ' 1 .1 '1 r .I -1 1 -1 ' 1 -1 1 -1 1 '1 1 -1 1 '1 1 -1 1 -1 1 - - 1 '1 1 1 '1 1 '1 1 '1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 '1 '1 1 '1 , . w lu-I unif- - ' I .le . fi - u ru ' ' R I 1 T I . 4 . . .- . 7 1 . ' S 9 S . . ' ' ' . . . . . 3 1 . , . . ' G Q 1 - 1 ' .3 - . .- ' I I, . . I , ' I . tl ll 1 S . : . - . , ll . . . .I - ff 1 1 1 . ' . .5 . ' Q N . . . ' x 1 1 I' I X ' . . . - 2 'Q f 1 ' 1 ' I E . t I I Lo 1 - 1 ' I' I ' 1 I 1 ' ' ' 9 51, Q A I fi li, 'I ., 311-N .gr 1 F X A 1 X ' x T I V S I 1 3 gina, 6114, e l ,ax L Ray Bower Washington 38 St lgnatnus 40 Mxssuon 60 Lowell 47 Top Row L to R Joe Cobb Hank Pearson Gaither Brooks Wllmer Davis Larry Hunter Arthur Ware Davld Tofanelll Bottom Row L to R Dwane Prnkston Charles Wnlllams VARSITY DROPS EAGLES IN OPENER 39 38 if mano Vnncenzn Calaleo Caluleo Galnleo Galnleo VARSITY HODPSTERS ff 'fi' JL .,1 J.-Q at. ,N K, ' Q .E . ' l K,-dv-,gy -hal 'Nh 9-141, im! my ww N... -s. Atter wnnnung agannst Washington bad breaks and a second half lunx caused the loss of several games In which the Llons had leads of twelve points or more Height was another factor In the loss of several games Galileo gave two or three Inches to nearly every team nn the league especlally to Poly and Lowell The unllmsteds always had a blazing fnrst half but sllpped In the second halt Romano Vnncenzu who wxth a 'I2 poont average led the team un scoring has one more year Other varsity men who will help wmth the bulldlng of next year s team are Wilmer Davis Larry Hunter Arthur Ware and Reggne Leupssc Some 130 s who wnll advance ward Clark This future team will be tal 1' ler stronger and better at shootlng than the past season s team Steve Valkanoff "' Balboa 52 Poly 77 Q' Sacred Heart 41 Lincoln 66 gl John Charon: 171 Reg Lelpsuc Galuleo Galuleo Galileo Galuleo ,Q MW A W, M My J, ,N V s Q A at , 7 H L if , if , ,Xi W 1 5 f D 7 yt ,if A M M N I ,Q 4 'U .F I A ' it R? I E E Y of I E A 1 L if 1 R L an g' 1 , W N -Y ' W N I s, 'X tx W 5 ' ' A ' ' fy" ' ' , , , ' :' 1i',"3fd 1 5 A to the varsity are Raymond Conley and Ed- L yryy . ' ' - .2 f A 0 ' . Q X x All y 1 ,I 0 ,1 1 , Ag? 7' 1 " l Ro ' ' l 'A .-. f ' . ' 39 2 43 ' A - 45 1 L- 34 ' 33 X 42 'Q - 9' I30 S DIVISION I 'II I .III f I 'I ' ' VII T ,Ns,,,..a-5-' l wut, I is ' yd' , ' l ' I ' Ig or J I Il +,.r af lu ' 13. """' I go' 'V A - 1 f' . - I .I I .Tb 5 5 furry' 59 4 .J . I 02, y , I - I . 3-E ' I ll' XM X h ,x' x N ' -I 6 'b 'I I' 5 . Qs I 'AI I A3 'fir if I ' Q S V Q 'iii' , Os Q ' . I s Q ' JL. '9 If . Q V In y xy I . .mt I . I - 5 M . 'CP - - ee: sm'A' " 4 it N 3 , 55 ' .V , ,V G v .. .Q . I' - 3 ' 7I - I-,III A lg I I II I I . Nm ' , is 3 I - Q. 5 r . . 9 - 3:1-1-If-14 I, - N . 3 0 1 1 ., . I 9. Y? J, ' N . - 4 T3 L I: ,f, . m -fn vu mg X I - xl . o N-5 ' CD - l w cj-3' "4" I H, - H M :II I-In , 5? Ill tv Al I . iff ' N I ' - 1I I Ill! -- ff ' 'Y N, I - ,I sg sf Q, D4 in NJ 'ir' I fb i T ""' L to R Top Row Archue Wong Jerold Tom Fd Clark Ray Conley Sal Guardnno Andre Mltchell and Dante StoreIlI Bottom Row Herb Ho Pete SaIbene Ken Chung LIGHTWEIGHTS DEFEATED BY TEAM FAULTS olls f e s Ken C ung e sma es man I te lea ue e free throws wrth over 50 The leadlng scorer for the 30 S was Pete SaIbene Salbene carrIed a ten point average and hIt I8 poInts TWICC durung league play The lIghtweIghts went wInless durmg the season e lIghtweIghts xt year wIIl be strengthened by he return t a Guardmo and pete 5aIbene Along wIth those I3O players wIll be the entIre I20 champlonslmp team whnch Included three All CIfyS These lIght weIghts should be rated In the top three next season Among the l3O S team members were ArchIe Wong Qay mond Conley Andre MItchell Herbert Ho Jerold om SI uar I Edward Cark l"en Chung Pete Salbene and Dante Storelll 'UQ Pete Sa I be ne K-1- i Iv Andre MItchell Sal Guardmo Ed Clark ive Ken Chung 120's - Top Row l. to R - Ken Flana- gan: Leon Sue, Willie Jun, Washington Johnson, Evin Huie, Reston Moxie Norman Ng, Wilson Lue, Gerald Chin. 120 HOOPSTERS TAKE C0-CHAMPIONSHIP FOR SEASON A last game 38 - 15 rout of Sacred Heart ended in a co-championship season for the 120's basketball team. The 112's were not as fortunate as they lost their final game to S. H. Gal's victory over the Irish made it six in a row for the hustling 20's. Both teams ended the season with fine league records, the 12's won 6 and lost 2, and the 20's won 7 and lost 1. Those teams crushed by the 12's were S. l., Mission, Lowell, Lincoln, Balboa, and Poly. Ken Yee, an All-City potential, led in scoring with well over 100 points. Also helping in the scoring department were C. Gianlcopoulos, J. Fong, and P. Low. Height and playing on a strange court gave away a slight edge in both losses. Words are almost impossible to describe the comeback of Gal's 20's after their lone 3 point defeat to Washington. Their next six foes were crushed in order: Mission, Lowell, Lincoln, Balboa, Poly, and S.H. The team scoring was well spread among three players. K. F l cnnagan was the leader with 94 points. W. Lue and W. Johnson had 81 and 76 points respectively. A pat on the back gaes to E. Huie and R. Moxie for their fine rebounding game all season. A special note is that both lightweight teams won all their home games. Both benches deserve credit for the spirit they displayed during the season. The sitters were Mar, Hall, Luai, Jeung, Jin, Eng, Clima, Sue, Chin, James, and Guerrero. W- ... ,, M, .,., 112lf5- Top Row' L to R-Melvin Jeung, Alan Hall, Wayman Liu, Sherman Mar, Bottom Row L to R - George Sibbitt, Chris Gianakopaulos, Lon Preston, James Fong. PAGE 84 Bottom Row L to R - Joe Clima, TUMBLING TEAM APPEARS AT RALLY The Tumbling Team, under direction of Coach James Kearney, made only one appearance this term. Their somersaults and hand stands were done quite well and received a good hand from the audience. T ill' A ll- KJ Bottom Row L to R. Ken Yee, Willie Yee, Carmond Wong. Bottom Row L to R. Gene Wong, Chester Lum, Johnny Leong, Ed Gervais Missing - Koichi Kusano TENNIS TEAM L to R. - Mike Svanevilc, Ollie Flodin, Francis Yee, Forrest Barton Missing - Lars Svanevik Tennis Coach Tom De Nike .., 'Til .J 'XS L 'Lp hy, 'SUV' 0 f x A fwil-if 9 121 S T PAGE96 J F B Y v df' Pix -, I x s ' -4 :F ' , "' W " 0 f Q -' 1 Romano Vincenzi Hank pearscn L Pg 1' A- '54 f AW Q 5' jg, . V5 Q,- gc: Qi vw, ,241 , 3, b, '59 ' r-+ Q KX LKAXX Q A Lou Stella 4, 5 12 ,H N It . S? -1 -ff gh .A Q . ,gg A, Q A - Qiiwm I R9'l-'P' Rich Barni -by Q . . .' L ' 'U I AN ,fy Sol Guordino 'I 6'-fa ' lryiex Ni Elf K Q A - ' I I h' J X i k ' L :sg +L, f Q- 1 f Pet M' f - W Pet L f' ff 1 ' Romano Vincenzi leads off first base 9. . - N 'I 1 1 '03 Lv, . ' 5 P .Y, 4, . 4-.i 4 -4, .V .i . Y KKK 5 lx, 'Q-..,,, 'T' -n '. "- .15"E?4E"? A -...r-41,515 COACH DECKER far S Q K E A . Os ' ky. M - ,' x -.,h 5 :B T: 95 ff 1 Vic Scafani David Tofanelli Blair Forbes BASEBALL TEAM MAKES SEMI-FINALS Galileo was at bat the bottom of the seventh frame. The score was S. I. 2, Galileo 2, two men on bases, two out, and Rich Barni up at bat with two strikes against him. After fouling off several times he then whacked the ball hard enough to bring in the winning run and put Galileo in the semi-finals. Galileo started its season with ratings not too complimentary. Although Gal had a good share of veterans from the championship season before, it had its weak spots which were eventually covered fairly well. What probably stunned everyone was the starting of a sophomore pitcher. However, Ken Flanagan proved his worth, and when the season ended he was chosen outfielder on the All-City Team. Cal ended the regular season with a five and three record. In the semi-finals they lost two games to Poly. Next year Coach Decker is looking forward to an even better season as he loses only two players, Pete Leontieff and Rich Barni, and will gain many players from the J. V. team. CUBS WHIP BEARS AND MUST ANGS After losing their first three league games the Galileo J. V. 's finally reached their top playing form by de- feating Mission 8-o. Ed Clark made his pitching debut successfully by striking out thirteen Bears. Galileo's next game was not quite as successful. The Lions were leading 8-l when Poly slowly crept up and managed to squeak out an ll-9 win. Even though they lost, the J. V.'s looked good. Trailing 8-2 going into the third inning ofthe Lincoln game, the J. V.' s exploded for enough runs to defeat Lincoln IO-9. Rich Crispi relieved Ed Clark in the first inning and pitched two hit ball for the rest of the way. The J. V.'s ended the season with a four and four record. Leading hitters were John Mort, Ray Higuera, Gai- ther Brooks, and Dan Storelli. Members of the team were John Mort, Ray Higuera, Dan Storelli, Ed Clark, Frank Souie, Mario Flores, Jim Guerrero, Doug Fong, Rich Crispi, Paul Maiorana, George Sibbett, Dave Dabrera, Len Soo Hoo, Dick Hawkins, Gaither Brooks, Lincoln Fong, Stan Naritomi, Bob Perkins. .3 -I Al l -City Ken Flanagan EF. JW. A mmm. I ,,oi ,.,,i' gffw K M H eww i is K lx ,f Front Row L to R. Caldwell, Russell: Paolini, Richard, Andreasson, Hans, Aligo, James. Back Row L to R. Lewis, Robert. Missing, Ware, Arthur, Lam, Don- ald, Bruschera, Arthur. INDIVIDUAL SEA Ll0NS SPARK WINS The varsity Sea Lions wound up with only two wins this season. Because of the lack of team members the swimmers made their debut individually. Russell Caldwell , Jim Aligo., Hans Andreasson held their own against powerful teams. Credit is also due to the other members of the team who swam hard and well. The 20's division was the bestGal has turned out. As usual they were a small team but made up forthis individually. Philip Lum, who was the slowest team member in the '56 season, raised him- self up to one ofthe top swimmers in the city. Lincoln Fong and Jack Lee also starred and beat everything that came their way. The 20's had a 4 and 3 record. Front Row L to R. Lum, Philip, Hase- gawa, Shobup Loo, Edward. Back Row L to R. Blethen, William, Fong, Lincoln. Missing, Lee, Jack. ,,,,.. , L. .f Li? I UQ .. Q 7 E i 12" J :J- in NG 'W Y i Q' I1 . NC A yt, V ,X Q J . U 1 ' fs- fi ef: 90 4 TRACK TEAM VARSITY First Row: Ed Cimino, Ed Gee, Joe Giammattei, Lean Price. Second Row: Dwane Pinkston, Ray Conley, Clyde Willis and Bob Cwuibert. Missing: Jim Bradford, Louie Chisholm, Joe Cobb, Ferdinando Cruz, Alan Kauhi, Lorenzo Picchi, Guido Piccinini, Don Serao and Bob Martin. l3O's L to R Kneeling: Mike McDowell and Frank Ortiz. Standing: Morry Mark, Raston Maxie and Bob Ross. Missing: Julia Com- aduran, Julio Acosta and Grammarco De Carli. l20's L to R Standing: Dick Comollo, Tom DiMaggio, Howard Ware, Jim Hollingsworth and Washington Johnson. Kneeling: William Chan, John Watkins and Tom Wong. Miss- ing: James Fong, Vincent Quan, Even Huie and Paul Parker. PAGE B9 Robert E. Lee, C Company Comman- der, and Mitchell Sundseth , Co. guide on. The men stand at parade rest. Capt. Menny, in specting officer Sixth Army, checks " rifle. .fu keg, 1 As' 15 W W as S21 Color Guard-Cadet Pfc. Bill Jones, Cadet Sgt. Temple Fatio, Cadet Cpl. Lonnie Moc Farline, Cadet SFC Reed Runyon. "This is Gal's R.O.T.C. greatest year," says SFC George Glassick, and he has several reasons to back him up. First, the Drill Team took first place in the St. Potrick's Day parade. Galileo is also in the competition for the Commander's Cup which is given to the high school whose R. O. T.C. has improved the most in the past year. The R.O.T.C. is also in competition for Honor School. This is quite an achievement because Galileo does not have the facilities that most of the other schools have. R.O.T.C. instructors were M.Sgt. Ricodo Devilla and SFC George Glossick. Galileo Batallion Staff: Cadet Lt. Col. Doug- las Lee, lst Lt. William Yee, Cadet Capt. Les- ter Wayne, Cadet lst Lt. Edward Wong, Cadet Mai. Thomas Tom. 2nd Platoon, B Company passes in review. ACTIYITQES Galileo Makes A Good Showing At Pageant This year the annual Pageant was better than ever. Our song girls chose a completely new outfit, which was very becom- ing. The pageant was really filled with spirit as the lions cheered and boosted their boys. The colors of Old Leo were fly- ing everywhere...But it was not all work and no play. We did not come home empty-handed. With the help of all Galileans, we brought home two trophies, one for spirit and the other for winning the game against Wash- ington. This is one pageant fhqf will always be remembered. When all the schools combined came out on the field, it was a colorful sight. But of all the schools, our Gal looked the best of course. ug, ,Q gut RJ Here are our song girls lined up and getting ready to put us all into that old school spirit. They are Diana Lee, Marge Conway, Marie Mattera, Barbara Bonelli, Carolyn Zullo, Merri Storelli, and Joan Aria. Here the students are standing up waiting anxiously for the kick-off that will begin the pag- eant. ln front of Galileo is Grov- er Ledford and Joe Tanzi, yell leaders. 44-J-- .f2.l .r.:-'.- i- uit -Lv . , 4 If 5 me Am'-tx' 'fbgiqx ' I-Inj' 'vs 5 F24- 'tram-',i For the best showing in five years we chose a colorful orange "G" with white background. Pictured are Balboa, Poly, S.I., 2' , ...::: and the Galileo rooting sections. N , T 'T' A '- 'ft ' r . na 5l'- ' 4 ,L A I' it ,A ,A , T f-Ev' Q 'St 4 :L . n: . i '- ,. , ,Jli Q ' ' , , ' '- - , if-' ' f 1 s i 2151, A ' , 'r u gr' i .i 31. ' . f ' f' on , , ' s- .' i'fii"F' '- -s Q - Q . ' ' ' sf - ""2l"f'I vi' -i' -i 4 -:wa .'w f'2'E if+z5 V.fr'f::My2rfe as.if" ' i'7'i ' fy ' ,"" . Ar, lf' ' C f CP' t- ' ' Q S 4 ,- . . i 1 ' Y ,- F i v' V V ,Q A. - 'kg , N- ' i- TN x T - -' ,f I-f-ff -f ' 7 , - i f r i, f ' A Y s g H. ' - ' u 4 i ' A g-i"4-'I Vx g ' - , K , . t " . ,V ' gf I. V A I Q , ' in U Here the song girls and yell X gi "' i ' V V Q -- A A leaders are going to pep us up ' 1 H ' 4 ' -1 'r faq.. ' . . . 4 l IH ---F Y i ' , with a yell. Pictured are Diana b n 1,1 i I I , 4 4, t ' + I Lee, Marge Conway, Marie Mat- L 1 L, ' , "' tera, Barbara Bonelli, Carolyn A , 2 l 'J' Zullo, Merri Storelli, Joan Aria, -xk pfr f - ' M - ' ' A Aw- Joe Tanzi and Grover Ledford. This is the game between Gal and Washington. The Lions real- ly roared in this one. Seen in action are Gal's Clyde Willis and Jim Aligo. 4 1 .w its EEE ess ---L-1 .J-l oo ' , ,k, ,s Ji? . "fir MQ- sift r ' ' 14' it 'vu' 'SL 3 . , if .ii?f,iii3'i'i Q' 0 3 isrwons- ' 1 Q- igvrxrfa ',.',,.0,, Here the seniors are getting ready to win this yell contest. Don't Pat Ancona, Sandra Pretes, Sandra Kidd, Diane Giuliano, Bev Domante, and Janice Caselli look like they had enough yelling for one day? The Sophomores Velled. the Juniors -, F-. ..J,g, Li W wr' Student Body President Don Andrieni quiets the e xc i ted students, so that the contest can begin. ,. an A am in ie: Ag - Y ' 'F-'wires .-1' f'-5 ., .1193 F Q ' .,. Screamed, but the Seniors Won.. a s-'z , J-ff, . ,. f.:,..., t ,V ggi ii 15, gy, 64: 25.4 :ogrv ak. I gh? H gs A buf- 'M ' .fl f-i A fi.i.3.x! ,gtg , Q .Q P , f f . is r 6 S-1 4 Lili- .I - 5 ?' Q' Y i A , 1. 03 G Edna ...ms - W The Juniors really looked and performed won- nv In H A . ' 1 'r Here the sophomore song girls are getting ready to burst our eardrums. . . Left to right -Vicki Moya, Juanita Gusto, Lorna Nelson, Anne Young, Sue Tooker Carol Grivello, Josephine Borusso, Marietta Adams, Carlotta Palencia, and Katherine Lee. Serving as judges of our Song and Yell Contest were the presidents of Francis- co and Marina Junior Highs and representatives from the Lions' Club and Wimps of Chestnut Street. PAGE 94 derfully, but they cauldn't overtake the mighty seniors. Q. f-, 1- ' 1 fs .sf , . f W 37 , iv 'PZ Fall '56 L-LO Officers, Back Row: Pat Wyong, Marie Ascaifo, Barl Nelson. Fronf Row: Jae Del Pra and Lois Armsfrong. A 1 ff 5 X. f':Y P JQT-T7 "' 6 S Fall '56 H-10 Officers, Back Row: Joan Jung and Rosfon Moxie, Front Row: Irene Silm, Leonard Soo Hoo, Wilson Lue, Lily Wong. pq li' Q7 -:Q Y-7 Q Q , if ,lv-5. ,Q 'if . il 'WL fffdhx 'Nix TVX fffiollll LXVQQ T ' 9 0!f'iliij"- Milli! 'Liora' s"l.'-SQA L i mx. ,ji ,. xy, 1-gi I ffffliiy ii kiwi-.'..'L'esai Fall '56 L-ll Officers, Joe Tanzi and Tom Di Maggie. Fall '56 H-il Officers, Back Row: Nathan Louie. Front Row: Yolanda Glniglieri, Loraine Michelis, Norma Serafini, and Virginia Cancilla. FALL Z' J Fgll 'jo L-i 2 Cfficers, Baroara Bondeson, Dan Harris and Mavis ang. 56 CLASS OFFIC ."THE COOLEST IN TI-IE CIT?" Fall '56 H-I2 Officers, Angela Carini, Elnora Payne, and Maxine Moy. C' 11 Anne Lechuga -'.' , 5 Pictured above are Treasurer Pat Ancona and President Vince Chelini. They are proudly displaying the IOOZ S. A. Card Sale sign. Relaxing and taking in the sun, are left to rightAnn Lo- A' san DiGino and lda Lbrana. -f 5 Fun was had by all when the Cul. song girls came to Gal. Pic- tured here are: top row - Sal Billmte, Joe Tanzi and Joe Borg with the Col. song girls. fLucky Boysj. Bottom Row: left to right - Joan Webster, Marge Conway, LaVerne Stevens, Joan Jung, Gail Knox, Merri Storelli, and Laura Shelton. frano, Mario Baldocchi, Sus It looks like Vince Chelini and Grover Ledford really had fun on the ltalian Club Snow Trip an SNAPS AROUND SCHOOL Q 1 ,, - J ' 1241151 K fl l 'V X 4 If ' 'tx is K 11, A 0 5 K aka Tv I . 1 QW, dill . I .nr i , . , lffib- ', ll .iw - ogg, . Z if V" ' v A ' Q ff 'V I ' y H ,,r 2 -L. Tl f 1 " utr' ' M ' wg wk 1' -s. . i , x K fu., V Wi Q "" f. r ' . 'S 1 - 1 it -nv- ijt. A 3'.m'IL- 4 Looks like Grover Ledford is all wrapped up in his car. Having fun Grove? x if A 5,- lt seems like ev- eryone enioyed Dottie Hmsen's "Hi Time Show". Both the kids that went and those that watched on their T.V.'s. Aldo Del Prete and Gail Knox seem to be having fun asking Dinah Washington questions. Left to right-Joan Webster Wilson Lu, Hmk Pearson, Barbara Benelli, Sal Bil- lonte, C arolyn Zullo, Joan Jung, and Vickie Moya look on with inter- est. We caught our G.V.P. Rose Tong away from her busy schedule, enjoy- ing a game of pingpong. uf' ASSEMBLIES AND RALLIES ENTERTAINED AND PEPPED US v . 1 4 . ug Lg 1 it 1 e 5 'Q eil, I l, 'A' i 1? it Another talented singing group is the "CeBeAires." These girls are predicted to become afamous singing trio in the future. The singers are Claudette Reed, Verlin Westbrook, and Velma Crayton After accepting his trophy for being the Most Valuable Playeron the foot- ball team Ted Kur- rell gathers around the trophy with all the well wishers. Here are Rich Pot- ter, Rich Lucches, Jim Aligo, Mr. Poppin, Dr. Mo- reno, Gordie Sol- tau lwho presented the trophyi and Ray Bower. Always giving us entertainment at our rallies are the "four squeaks." Here they are singing to the music of the Pete Marioana Combo. They are al ways enioyed by the student body. ,J After doing one of her exotic dances at one of the many rallies Joan Web ster poses for the camera. Joan is a very talented dancer. One of the funniest bits of comedy to hit Galileo was done by Jan Cernobori and Claudia Cox. It was en layed by all. wk J lx 15 "TELESCOPE" SNAPS EOR OUR SCRAPBOOH w 7 4 l 7 'x J"'3---4-V-. .A s ., 5 . :fx of . E. Here we have a picture of Dottie Hansen interviewing Carol Zullo in - - on Hi Time". It seems Mr. Brady was watching television and could not resist snapping a picture. J ,SQ .' 4 .1,, The Fall '56 seniors are pictured here at their tea. It looks as if they are really enioying themselves. "Anyone care For a game of tennis'?'? This is what happens when the boys and girls 4th period P. E. classes get together - they dance. --ii TY -x if -245 3 EA ,tg 'E r 3 E , .. 4, ' r J , 3'! . is ' Here is another picture of Dottie Hansen's "Hi Time", via Mr. Brody's T.V. V I' - J 3 F SUSPENCE! DRAMA! "ITS A SCREAM" The unmasked monster, Aldo Del Prete listens as Merle Mark, Carmen Gonzales, JoAnn Couch, Lynda Baker, and Don Har- ris tell him how wonderful he was in the play. They're only trying to swell his head, don't you think? Lars Svanivich and Mavis Hung are busy directing. Here Maris explains to James Bradford his part, while Lars explains what to do to Lucille Lum, Barbara Waters Linda Lepfew, Douglas Lee, Allen Wong, Vic Scafini Vince Chelini, and Rich Barni. They are really atten- tive schoolmates, aren't they ..s.. ,al Q i ' r l Screams in the night, ghost dancing, wind s 'I music all went with this picture. The pretty l little witches dancing to the music ofthe 2 wind are Myra Wong, Cecilia Lum, and June Fong. This scene was enough to scare the dead. T "iLhgrLe1..:f These mad teenagers are all going crazy over Pete "Elvis Pres- ley" Leontieff. Swooning to his "mad iive music" are Marie From the look On Mattera, Diana Lee, Anna Monzella, Joelle Costa, Diane the Mod Monster, Giuliani, and Sandra Kidd. Jem the face at Don Harris, you might think that Aldo Del Prete, was actually strangling him X 5 1wXSx ' A i , XA Ili-.. Luk The CHINESE SOCIAL CLUB. First row: H. Lee P. Kwon, K. Chun, J. Fong, B. Lee, M. Tom, E. Tom C. Ching, M. Joe, M. Fong, F. Owycong, C. Yes, S. Lau, F. Wu, M. Mark, C. Fong, D. Jue, M. Yee, K. Wang, C. Yip, R. Yuen, H. Yee. Second Row: I. Mock, J. Wong, M. Fee, B. Wong, L. Eng, J. Lee, J. Fong, J. Louie, C. Gee, S. Lau, V. Gee, E. Lee, J. Wong, A. Lee, M. Gee, A. Chew, A. Lum, J. Fong, A. Wong, D. Low, J. Tom, J. Leong, Third RowgE. Lee, G. Ho, A. Mar, H. Chin, H. Lee, W. Woo, N. Jue, T. Mark, N. Yee, H. You, D. Lee, J.Louie, C. Dea, S. Young, S. Lum, J. Yip, E. Sun, C. Lum, J. Fong an "I 'Ulu 'J Inq, J' ul The LEARN TD DANCE CLUB has taught many P. Lee, J. Foo, R. Portfillio, V. Chow, J. Fong, kids at Gal to dance. First Row: W. Hong, G. Gon- Third Row: E. Manila, L. Canti, H. Lee, R: Robach, zoles, H. Lee, C. Fong, J. Fong, G.Moldero, C.Hor- W. Woo, R. Ocon, J. Louie. ton, M. Corying. Second Row: W. Lum, G. Wong, .IV-5 .ff ,ll ,A .3 av" f K" . KR L' . 1 5 -5 The ITALIAN CLUB, First Raw: P. Curreri, M. Storelli, C. Zullo, G. Knox, B. Bonelli, L. Pignati, P. Saibene, D. Scopel, S. Darnato, S. Lafon. Second Row: B. Mile, B. Ercoles, G. Kay, T. De Moggio, G. Zolezzi, R. Crispi M. Flores, J. Crivello, R. Abruzzo, D. Tumminia, J. Ped: roni, D. Serco, P. Moiofana, S. Pretes, D. Lee, S. Kidd, P. Lee, D. Serano, S. Redder, M. Mattera, S. Cecconti, A. Manzello, A. Baioni, L. McGregor, T. Zolezzi, Mrs. Charmars. Third Row: R. M:lrcl'1etti, A. Bruschera, R. Leips ic, R. Paolini, A. Del Prete, B. Hart, S. Guardino, S. Billante, J. Clima, S. De Grandi, V. Mammini, M. Olmo, E. Spingola, J. Greco, J. Ligi. Third Row: J. Cernobofi, J. Baranchini, M. Violante, B. Lupori, R. Rosano, L. Mich- elis, S. Maftox, K. Anderson, F. Saihone, J. Costa, Fourth Row: R. Pineda, F. Giambarresi, F. Marino, G. Led. ford, L. Chisholm, R. Vincenze, V. Chelini, J. Salvafo, G. Santanicola, R. hbsca, Y Ghiglieri, S. Sammon, J. Del Carlo, D. Balzarini, M. Petrini, A. Bertolozzi, T. Ventro, P. Antennucci, M. Salvoto, G. Piccinini, B. Toscanno. Fourth Row: A. Ware, S. Billante, P.Saibene, J. Yee, L. Lu, D. Lee. Third Row: J. Bradford, R. Leipsic D. Harris, J. Aligo, G. Ledford, A- Berfolozzi, B. Hart. Second Row: L. Svanevik, G. Fong, V. Che , iii, I lini, G. Grey, G. Knox, B. Bondreson, B. Ross. First Row: A. Baioni, M. Violant, M. Hung, R. Kelly, J. Currie, N. Ortega, M. Petrini. 'Q Z , Q One of the leading clubs for girls is the Girls' Block G. Second Row: M. Hung, J. Lee, B. Low, J. Lam, S. Young, A. Gee. S. Chu, L. Mew. First Row: A Pon, A. Boioni, B. Recca, R. Chin, J. Lee, J. Hong, B. Mah, M. Conley, L. . OUR CLUBS WERE VERY INTERESTING ACTIVITIES Michoelis. . .. ' . H V' I i R ffzisvhr 5 i l' wi ' l l I X .- IO' .9 " 1' IE... Another one of Gal's terrific clubs is the Sober Club. 'Third Row: Sgg. De Avillc, L. Svcnevik, R. Lee, R. Lee, J. Brunner, Sgt. Glossick. Second ow: H. Lee, E. Wong, J. Goo. First Row: T. Tom, Douglas Lee, L. Mahon. Here are some of the mem- bers of the Presidents' Club. Second Row: J. Tanzi, G. Ledford, S. Billonte, L. Svonevik. First Row: L. Del Pro, L. Lu, H. Lee, B. Yee, C. Crutchfield. X S .yn Af I FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA is another club in which girls are interested. Some members are Miss P. A. Clark, Velma Crayton, Lois Smith, Earnestine Marshall and Gloria Dun, Rasalie Balistreri, Mary Siss, Miss J. Hastings, Claudette Reed, Diane Lawler, Marie Powell, Clarice Wade, Lula Hamilton, Mary Ellen Doyle, Dawn Joscelyn. X 4 EVERVGNE I-IAS A CHANCE TO BELONG TO A CLUB NEEDLEWORK GUILD CLUB is also another wonderful club which girls will be in- terested to know about. First row: Jackie Engh, Lilian Dal Pro, Rose Tong, Rose Homer, Toni Bennett. Second row: Ruby Turner, Linda Gallo- way, Karen Foster, Vira Kenter, Gertrude Holl, Lois Tom, Charlesetta Price. Third row: Ernestine Webster, Margaret Gooch, Annabelle Smith, Rosita Umali, Dale Kenetsky, Mrs. Buell, Alice Chew, Rose Ann Tarantino. Fourth row: Mabel Watson, Ruth Naritomi, Ruth Kelly, Marie Cantatore, Rita Ter- nullo, Audrey Rossum, Betty Hom. 'F Jlglggl Q r Q CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP if 1 ' " '- C FEDERATION is an honorary club I I 54 for our top scholars. First row: I " - U ni.. r P' Gwen Lee, Joan Lam, Louise Lew, T ahh' Evangeline Jang, Bonnie Chang, Ruth Kelly. Second row: Susan Yong, Linsen Hsia, Moria Lew, Clara Sam, Yusuko Hirai, Kazuka Kikuchi, Miss Hill.Third row: Au- drey Pon, Yu Kun Hsia, Lawrence Lu, Connie Toy, Sandra Stark. Fourth row: Jack Lee, Chris Patro- pulos, Paul Parker, Melvin Jeung, Joe Tanzi. . I -T' ' ' QQ. 'sly - , ag' C5 Q -' liul, J - xxx 4 5 P 3, -'Hi I 7 F '- of 35,1 ' - V 'N tk, -l".' ' A QA I 61 I- 'N ,. 1. .s it bk Z . I N-vi., I 'C' I' I f I I X , f - , X I "M are '. 5 ,fy '. -ig 55... ATHLETIC CLUB isoneofthe popular boys' clubs at Gal. First row: Ken Flanagan, Padro Chang, Sam Draper, Washington Johnson, Joe Cobb, Dick Comollo. Second row, Bob Guibert, Frank Ortez, Bob Ross, Joe Borg, Byrn Ferrel, John Mort. Third row: Ray Belluomine, Ervin Berry, Bob Martin, Howard Ware, Dick Hawkins, Joe Gammatte, Roston Maxie X '-u l' 5 iid 'I Members of the FRENCH CLUB ffrom left to rightl First Raw: L. Shelton, S. Stark, S. Brown, J. Lou ie, L. Chan, C. Woo, C. Som. B. Chang, Second Row: D. Lee, M. Mi- nai, J. Wong, P. Low, B. Choy, G. Lee. Third Row: M. Baca, R. Robaclc, H. Hong, R. Gentry, R. Portillo, N. Louie, A. Chung. Members of the GLEE CLUB ffrorn lei' to rightj. First Raw: Georgia Grey, Claudia Cox, Carla Corda. Second Raw: Betty Small, Muriel Evcznder, Marilyn Mullen. Third Row:Cl'1orla11e Johnson, Carolyn Giomi, Pat Jones, Emma Ham- ilton. Fourth Row: Lorraine Ng, Marie Karagas, Eva Lin Carlson, Ernestine Perkins, Azufcna Clemino. Standing: Lorrenzo Picchi, Beverly Jackson, Eugene Balintan, Carole Crutchfield, Gloria Seals, Pam Miclxlaufz, Carol Biesel, Dorothy Evander. 13' B . -M, . v I ' 9 Members of the GAA ffrom left fo rightj First Row: L. Baker, A. Bai- oni, J. Lee, M. Hung, L. Michicles. Second Row: J. Ligi, A. Pon, B. Low, J. Veuina. Third Row: V. Recco, J. Del Carlo, D. Bolzerini, M. Conley. J .Q D K E .9 ,I C1 'Ut Members of the SlLVER SEAL SO- ff, 145' gg - , CIETY ffrom left to rightl First i - ,,, ,' B J Row: M. Gee, Y. Ghilighleri, M. l' ' L ' .35 'ilu . .' V 'J Q Hung, P. Piccoliti. Second Row: 5 ,f'Q'l S5 s D. Hawkins, J. Currie, B. Bonden- Q - ' . . nl' son, A. Monzello, L. Bafres, Miss f Y' 4 6' A N r ' Smith. Third Rowi T. Tom, D. Lee D. Scopel, M. Lew. 1 SPANISH CLUB which took first prize at the Spring Festival has been a very successful club at Gal. Top Row: V. Unguidez, M. Baca, R. Ardon, M. De La Torre, R. Ocon, R. Asercion, E. Espinoza, G. Aqui- lar, J. Meza, O. Bungos, F. Cruz, l. Padilla, S. Cas- taneda, J. Acostc, D. Ocon. Second row from top: L. Blas, D. Navarro, C. Estebanez, L. Cantu, R. Mul- ,gill ci, R. Mulciano, E. Ortega, E. Maltez, D. Heyliger, C. Palencia, G. Moldero. Third row from top: E. Fer- rufino, J. Aguirre, G. Viano, A. Morales, G. Edwards, L. Chacon, L. Ortega, E. Cortez, M. Salazar, E. Pan- toio, A. Garcia, L. Lazo. Bottom row: G. Salazar, J. Comaduran, Mr. A. Muschi, C. Gonzales, R. Guer- rero. If V If as SQ ' f L rn : . 'ff' rw vi 'W' I V 5' 'I V t. .." '-.' , 6 ' I " , - . N :J n Q 8 A V V , A .. g k.-ku fs . ' Y s J fu -2 1' ,Cx 4 3 'Y M . . , " 2 Q . 1- , Y 1 n , I , A - - -..T S A 'N' -' ' 4 A 'inf' I. , 3 1 . T V F 1+ A "' v f' " A . vga ., 1 X at ! 4 0 l , Ps . , J E IQ o V I ' I' -A ' 1 f ,.. pl' M ipv Tp-qv ' g.'7'. ,' . ill ,i ,- S:, .1!' 1 . 1 - , 5 4 193' ' ,'j b Q xi as FOOTLIGHTS CLUB which puts on a show every J Fong, G. Grey, C. Cox, M. Conway, Y. Hansen, year, put on one this year. Top row: D. Hawkins, J. Tanzi, V. Chelini, J. Savato, S. Guardino, A. Del Prete, B. Martin. Second row from top: M. Storelli, N . Hamilton, C. Lum. Third row from top: M. Hung, . Woo, G. Seals, D. Lee, M. Mattera, G. Knox, . Seravini, B. Recca, V. Redman. 'x ir" Jaurzf 45' 5 J' S, .A - ' 'I '1 ' A i 'j - , Qs." I J A of 4 3 iq . ' g. 'WV ' f '- .Q 'Ny S ' ,I X 'I x .hi BLOCK G. CLUB helps Gal in many ways. It is one of the most popular clubs. Top row: W. Johnson, G. Moro, R. Moxie, D. Pinkston, l. Berry. Second row from top: R. Martinez, G. Chin, W. Jin, K. Flanagan, R. Vencenzi, L. Hunter, L. Svanevick. Third rowfrom top: B. Guibert, J. De Carli, P. Chang, J. Clima, P. Saibene, T. Di Maggio, S. Guardino, G. Santani- cola, R. Caldwell. Fourth row from top: Mr. Kearny B. Ross, P. Low, J. Aligo, R. Leipsic, P. Miarona J. Guerrero, W. Lue. 1 1 EXTRA!!! EXTRA!!! BIG FASHION SHOW AT GAlIlE0! All these lovely young ladies got a big kick out of modeling the clothes from Simpli- city patterns. The models were Sarah Damato, Janice Casseli, Sanda Sammcnn, Marge Conway, Sue Brown, Diane Scopel, Diana Lee, Barbara Stallings, Louella Ol- mo, Sandra Pretes, Irene Moclc, Yolanda Ghilieri, Barbara Crivello, Barbara Bonelli, Donna Balzarini, Virginia Redmon, Dildar Gill, Frances Saibene, Pat Ancona, Bruna Pozzi, Norma Serafini, Carolyn Zullo, and Bev Damante. With their best foot forward, these three young ladies are ations from Simplicity patterns. The charming threesome are San- dra Sammann, Pat Ancona, and Bev Damante. Here, the round-up of all the Vogue models is taking place. They are Pat Maher, Marie Balcocchi, La- Vern Stevens, Laura Shelton, Sadie Smith, Gloris Seals, Sandra Pretes, Sandra Redder, Barbara Toscano, Marisa Torre, Rose Tong, and Em- ma Hamilton. proud to be seen in their cre- Ready to paint the town red blue are Diana Lee and Jc Casselli in their Simplicity c ations. G.A.A. ON THE LOOSE ,Ui If ou ha ened to be walking ast the girls' m one da inA ril, ou might have noticed a little more noise than usual. The Y PP P 97' Y P Y reason for all this noise was more than eighty girls from all of the San Francisco high schools. They were hosted by our own Galileo G.A.A. members. The occasion was the annual playday. Included in the events ofthe day were volleyball, base- ball, and basketball. After the fun outside, the girls were brought to the gym for refreshments and entertainment. From the happy looks of these girls it seems as though a good time was had by all. In one of our own gym classes these girls are brushing up an their ping pong. Play- ing are Jennie Quock and Verna Jang. Talking is another favorite pastime in the gym, and Daisy Wong, Annie Wong, and Colly Lee seem to be enioying themselves. PAGE 106 Now down to work and if you don't think this is work just try it. These girls seem to be enjoying it, or is it because they know they're get- ing their pictures taken? EDITGR S MESSAGE ,, ,L ,, J I 1 JU To My Fellow Schoolmates The 105 Telescope has finally been completed The last but of copy has finally been sent nn We the staff only hope that we have pleased you by put tung out a book you will enloy lookrng through for many years to come We have worked many long hours and spent many a sleepless nught preparing thus book You don t know how wonderful It feels to have completed ut We would luke to extend our thanks to Key Publushmg Company for prnntlng the book S K Smnth for our beautrful cover Plymouth Studuo for our lovely sennor pictures and many candnds our photographers John Brunner Basnl Lee and Byron Pun for thenr many pictures and last but far from the least the klnd and consnderate co operation guven us by the members of the admrmstratnon and faculty Now all we can do IS wart and see If the book will be as good as we hoped lt would be wi EDITOR F , 1 . N1 t 4. t Ldla ff, All l , .A " ,0 ' 2 I ' ,I!,,o,,f1x,,,,jx'flj . , I f I . Un ' 11 't fffssf if .f l abil' Qiyil ' ,rl I " if f 1. 7' fini, ps' I t ' .ff Cabrera, Dav1d 42 Abruzlo, Rlch 40 62 80 Aburey Jessle Moe Accetta Geroldlne I0 C Julls Ackerman Rachel Ackerman Janlce Adam: Adams Adams Morlanna 4 Adams Marletta 9 Ozeno Vorrlece Joe I Gustavo Jullon Iarclana 72 IO4 I0 9 Acosta Carol Fa 0 Adams Adams Agnese Agullor Agustln Agustln Akoshl Soturl 37 lgo Jlm 78 8 95 97 4 Allottl Antolnette 4I Allen Barbara 37 Allen George Allen Ruth 44 Ancona P trlclo 4 I6 24 55 66 07 I5 Anderson Audrey Anderson Kathy I00 Anderson Roberto 37 62 Andrade Mory I6 Andreassen Hans 88 Andrelnl Donald 4 I0 94 Angeles Rhobln Angell Claude Angell Gloucorlo 48 Anguzzo Jack 45 Antenuccl Plerlna 44 Anzano Evangellne Aqullar G 4 Araneto Esther 42 Aroto Jean 4I Arla Joan 94 95 Ardon Rosa Armstrong Los 95 Armstrong Lucllle Asberry Gary Asclutto Morne 95 Ave Donna 37 Au Cynthla 63 4I Avlles Danlel Baca Mary Ellen I6 I03 I04 Balonl Angle I6 IOO IOI Baker Lynda I6 99 I03 Baldocchl Glovannl Baldocchl Marla 4I 72 I00 II5 Bolestrerl Rlsolle I02 Bollnton, Allce Bollnton Egan Ballnton Egnoclo 44 Ballorodo Ellzobeth Balzorlnl, Donna 4 I6 20 55 00 I03 Boptlsto Shlrley I0 am: Rlch I6 36 78 86 99 Baronclnl Janette Barragon Rocky 78 Barton Forrest 85 Bates Bennle 42 80 Batres Lllllon I03 Battaglla Mary I6 I00 Beautleu Claudette 96 Bedford Blll Bell Gllbert 45 Belflore Angle Patrlcla Belluomlnl Dlno 48 72 Belluomlnl Ray 45 I02 Benovldez, Ano Bennett Antonla I02 Berry Ervln I6 78 79 86 Bernardl Dlane Bertolozzl Anno 40 IOO Blesel Carol IO3 l ante Sal 3 ,6B I00 I Blankenshlp Edna 62 Blas, Llndy IO4 Blas Lellom Blethen Blll 88 Ba onoff Paullne 37 Boggs Robert Bolaos Alvano Bl Bologna Joseph Bondeson Barbara I6 22 I03 95 Bonelll Barbara 35 73 94 95 I00 Boone Davle 47 Bastolo John 40 72 8I O Borg Joseph 40 62 I O2 Borruso Joseph me 94 I 00 BOYZONI Feovannl 42 Index of Students Borsonl, Fredeo Borsonl, Frederlks 72 BI 48 Borzonl Glovomlr Bower Raymond I0 75 76 78 79 80 82 97 Bradford James 26 99 Bradbury Elleen Bradbury Jean Bradford James 78 Brogdon PFGITICIC IOO Brantley Helen I0 Brembry Andrew 4I BYIZUEIC Robert B0 Brooks Davld Brooks Rachell Brooks Golther Brooks Johnnle ae Bruschera Art 4 Broslo Raymond I Brown Suzanne Brunner, John 4 Bryant Phllllp 4 Buckner, Bobble Buckner Bobble Bulahan Irene Bungos, Oscar Bunkley, Tom Buoncrlstlonl, Corl I6 Burns, Fred 40 Burrell Dorthy 44 Burrell Laverne 45 Butler Howard 42 78 I6 36 3 40 62 42 I04 Caldwell Connell Coldwell Russell I6 6 88 IO4 Callegarl, John 47 Calloway, Llndo I02 Caluyo Nancy ll Campbell Betty 46 Campbell Carolyn Ccncllla Vlrglnlo Canlda Charlotte Contatore Marla Cantu Lydla 45 Callegorl, John I00 CXOVIIIG Lawrence I0 Corlnl, Angela I0 63 Carlson, Evelln 40 I03 Carroll, Frank Carvalho Adellne 47 Carunzor, GEOYQIG 73 75 44 6I 72 2 I00 IO4 Cash Sammy 42 Castlllo Mary Cassldy, B ll Costonedo Oscar Costoneda Salvador Castorena, Alfred Catanzaro Carmel 44 Coturegll Eleanor 44 I00 Ceccantl Sondra IOO Cernooorn Jon 40 97 Chaco Chan Chan Chan Chan , Chan , Chan Chan , Chan Chan Chan Chan, Chan , Chan Chan Chan Chan , Chan n Lenny 48 Anad I0 I6 Arthur Frank I0 Gene Jeannette I7 Kee Lance L1 lan 4l Lnda 44 Loretta 37 Lucy 46 I03 Nevin I0 Pear 37 Pe er I7 Roberto Rosalle Wllllom Chang Alan I Chong Bonnle Chang, Jack Chong Pedro Chao Vlctor Choronl, John Chellnl VINCE 7 99 IOO I02 03 I7 8 80102 04 3 I I7 35 36 55 I03 4 Cheng Cheng Cheng Cheng Chew Chew Chew, Chew Chew Chlao Douglas 47 Eugene 48 Jullo John Allen Allce Anno 37 Barbara 46 Donald 42 Jane IO 40 I02 Chun Blll 5 Chlrt Chln Chun Chln Chun ln, Chun ln, Chln Chun ln, ln, Chun Chln ln Chln hung, Bob 40 Chester Con Clarence 47 Dennls Gerald Thomas Henry 7 Hensen L II Moy 42 Reglna Walter Warren Wa ne We lman 42 Claudla 46 89 I04 42 62 hung, Emma Chlsholm, Louls 37 78 80 I Choy, Betsy 42 I03 Choy, Darlene Choy Edmund Choy Goldne Chooey Ronald Chu Shawdle 3 Chue , Chun Chun Chun , Chun , Chun , Jane 44 Arleen 40 Dennis 40 Jlmmy Kenneth I7 00 Ru sell I7 Deo Mllton Deo Nancy 37 DeBenedett1, Dorothy 42 De Kelalta, Word DeCarll, Grammarco BI De Lo Rosa, Edmond 42 DeLa Tonne, Rlchord I8 DeLo Torre, Marla Aurello 63 Del Carlo, Joyce I8 IOO W3 Delema Helen Delk Dlana 4I Del Prete, Aldo IB 36 62 BI 9 IOO IO4 De Martlnl, Corrado Demartlnl, Grace 46 DeMartlno Irene 37 Depenorock John 65 Der Franklln Dependener Lee Ann 44 Der Wendy Dew, Glorlo 45 Deyoung Veranlca 47 Dlanda Armando 42 Dlener, Alfred Dlener, Marla 63 Grande Josephlne Grande Salvatore I Jlnc,Susan Mogglo, Tom 40 Dlsantl, Nat Dobbs Eugene 40 Domlnguez Tony 42 63 IOO 8995 00 Chune Andrew I7 Chung, Amald 42 I03 Dong, Carol Ann 47 Dong, Kenneth 42 Chung, Calvln 47 Chung June 44 Chung, Marlna Claramltaro, Grace Clmlrlo, Prospero Edward 89 Clark, Edward 4I Clemlno, Azucena 44 lemo Carol II Cllma Joseph 37 84 I00 Cllme, John Coaullla Teadoro 76 Cobb Joe 82 I02 Colm Della 42 69 Colletta, Frank II Comoduron Jullo 37 IO4 Conley, Frances Conley Moe IOI I03 Conley, Raymond 47 89 Contreras, Danny 37 Contreras, lsldro 40 CODSIQIIO, Josephlne Conway Marge 37 94 95 IO4 Cook Nelson 42 Coqulll Teddoro Carda, Carla 40 Cortez Cortez, Stella 40 Couch Joann 99 Costa, Joelle I7 99 Costa Mae 44 Costoglln, Tony 47 Coulter, Mike 41 Cox Claudlo 41 62, 97, I03 IO4 Croyton Velma 40 97 I02 Crescl, Frank 40 Crlesco, Carole I00 Crlvello Barbara 4 6 63 Crlvello, Carolyn II 94 Crlvello Joe 45 62 I00 Crlvello, Rosolle 44 CYISPI Rlchord 44 62 Crutchfield Carole I7 I7 6I 62 I03 Cruz Don Cruz Erllnda I7 48 Cruz Frank II 04 Cuned Dolores 4I Cunnlngham Bar Currerl, Peter 4 00 Currle, bnet I7 3 75 6 Czlska, Fred Dol Pro Joe 44 95 I00 Dal Fra lon 40 IOI Damonte Antonlo Damonte, Beverly I7 34 36 Darnato Donny 37 68 Domata Sarah 37 l00 II5 Don Taylor Dang Fred II Dose Betty Loulse Davls Wllmor 42 Deo Chee Ork I8 Dore, Joe 7I Dore, John 7I Doyle Draper, Sam 45 I02 Drew Roderlck N Dudum Jacob 40 Dun, Glorla I02 Dunlap, Tom Mary Ellen I8 I02 Eckel Marle 27 4I Eddy G orge Edgman, Connle 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Jmuce 44 Gee, John 4 Gee Marlon 4 Gee Shurley 1 Gee Wulluun Gee Wlllue 18 Gentlle Nuck 62 78 Gentry Donna 44 Gentry Roy 45 103 Gervaus, Rothwell Edward 19 61 65 85 Ghlglueru Yolanda 95 100 103 115 Ghlladuccl Anuta 44 Gumbarrest Frcnk 100 Glanmatte Joe 89 Guancaspro Ralph 11 Cuqnnlznnnulns Chris 84 aa, 101 G D dar 4 1 5 Ginn, Arthur Gloml Carolyn 47 1 Guommattu Joe Giordano Phullup Gurard, Otls Glrardot, Greg 42 Guuluanu Duane 19 6 , 100, 74 Glvsta, Juanlta GIumaz,S hen Glomu Caro yn Godlna, Joan Ramon Goleskl Irene 19, 69 Gomez Augusta Gomez, Eugenur Gomez Gllbert Gomzales Gonsalves Gonzales Annabelle Ruchard 62 Camen IB 99 Moe Shun 46 Gonzalez, Cosme 81 Gonzalez, nma Goo Sandra 69 Gooch, Mcxgaet 37 66 102 Gooduuau, Stephen 46, 74 Gordon John 47 Grambs, Eruk Grunmatte Joe 102 Grassls, Claure 44 Granzella, Barbrra Gray Beverly 43 103 Gray GeorglaLee 41 100 Greco Jeanette 40 Green Lester Grundmar Hms 46 Gregerson Erlc Grepo Dolores 11 Grespan Rachard 19 Grey, Beverly 71 104 Guaduno Sal 40 86 104 Guerrero, Ray Guerrero Jum 44 104 Guerrero Roberto 19 104 Gulbert Bob 19 78 89,102 Gusto, Juanuta 94 Hall Alan 84 Hall Bob Hanby, Ethel Hamllton, Emma 36 40, 1 104 115 Hunllton Lula 43 102 Hcnemm, Lllluan Hansen, Eleanor Hwmon,Lou1e 42 Hurls Duulel 19 99 95 Harls Mattle Herrosh, Llllume 46 Hwrls, Roy 44 Harvey Elaune 44 Hart Maur1ceB1lI Hdvey, George Hmegawa, Shobu Hawk John Hawklns, Rlchard 102, 103, 104 Hee Edward 44 Hepa, Ruth Ann Herert Ella Louise Hernandez Eugene Hernandez, Jlm 78 Herrera, Gllbert 19 Heyllger Darlung 40 62 104 Hlguera, Ray 43 Hlra1,Yasuko 45 102 Ha George 19 61 Ho, Herbert 41 Ho Wing Shuck Hodglns, Bob H011 Gertrude 102 Hollungsworth Jum 44 Hom, Betty 102 Hom,Bo 19 Hom, Bruce Hom, Eduth 19 Gene 11 Hom, Harry 19 Hom, Honore 42 Hom Jack 40 Hom, Janes 42 Hom, June Hom, Walter 44 Homer Rose 102 Hong Check Gum Hong Harold 45 103 Hong, Juduth 37 01 Hong Le Hong, Robert Hong,WulIuam 19 100 Ho Wung 47 Hoooer Ron 40100 447288 354581 Horton, Carol Pat 40 63 House, Barbara 41 Howrrd Tom 45 Hsua Llnsen 44 102 Hsua Yu Kun 20 102 Huddleston, Ronald 41 62 Huey Claudell 46 Huey Elalne 43 Huey, Howard Hule Evans B4 Hulett, Dercy 71 Hung, Mav1sJan 16 19 55 95 99 101,103 104 Hunsom, Peter 19 Hunter, Larry 20 82, 104 lncavlglla, Sal Ingram Gall 44 63 lntoschl, Alfred 86 100 Irwln Erma 44 Isola, Ronald 45 100 Ivy Jessie 47 Jackson, Beverly 103 Jackson ClaraE 20 3 Jackson Clorelene 37 Jackson Joe 45 Jacobsen Juamta 20 Janes Jerry Janes Robert 12 42 Jamuson, Charles 42 Jaruuson, Myrdus 40 Jaug Doris Jong Evangelune 76 102 Jang, Verna 37 Janes, Roberta Janlaud Phulup Jann, Annette 48 Jarvls Ronal Jeung Alfred 40 Jeung,Me1vm 41 84 102 Jew, Danny 45 Jew, Dorls 12 Jew Kum 41 Jew Laura 12 Jew, Tolee 20 Jun Wullle 45, 84,104 Jocobson Carl Joe, Fauth, 47 Jae, Magaet 42 61,100 Joe Theresa Johnson,AIvln Johnson Charlotte, 45 103 Johnson Elaine 45 Johnson, Patsy 37 Johnson, Wmhlngton 45 89 102, 104 Johnson, Waymm Johnstone, Suzmne Jones Bill 90 lone, carol 47 Jones, Nathaniel 42 122555555 Pat 47 John 47 Lynn 46 Sadle Bell Judy -42 I Dawn 51111 zo Phll 45 Jue Dmny 100 Jue Leland 20 Jue, Norman 20 Jule Evan 42 Jullon, Stephen 80 Jung, Joan 42, 95 Jung Ronald 41 Jung, Sylvua 20 Jung Wllluam 46 Kalune, Robert 42 Karagas, Katherune Karagas Marle 47 103 Kalser Phul Kauhl, Leslue Kauhl Alm 78 Kay Jay 42 55 Keegaru Sharon Koegm, Kathryn 45 Kellom, Irus 20 Kelly, Ruth 42, 100 Kenetsky Dale 102 Kenter Vera Kerr Patruck 43 Kldd, Smdra 10248 2094 Kldd Vlvlan Kukuchl Kazuko 45 102 Kung, James 55 Klng Mlchoel .2 P zu 11. unn 1 Koeberle Carolyn 20 63, 71 Koga, Glorua 41 Konetsky Dale 42 Koountz, John 78 Katharz Judy 45 Kourumalos Denlse Konetsky, Dale Kruse, Manfred 41 Kung, Kenneth 72 Kurrel Ted 4 12 75, 76 Kwan Marlon 47 Kwan, Paulune 38 69 100 Kwan Ruchard Duck Kyer Nancy 47 La Bauve , Eugene Lofon Antounette 45 100 La Hue, Ruchard 1 Lal, au, Lau am am un am um am CTI Flora Nelson 45 Randolph Doon d 21 Frank 47 Joan 20 10 Betty 20 Lucu I le Sylvua 45 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