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

 - Class of 1976

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Judging was made on the following events: Cal The Big G and Lions Whisper yells, tbl singing of Galileos' Hymn and Fight song Cc? performing of a skit td? Appearance and courtesy and Student Body President, Paula Lobe feb extra points given for outstanding sales of dance and foot- ball tickets and student body cards. This year, for one of the few times the Juniors captured first prize by a narrow margin. Another event is the crowning of the elected home-coming queen. Here the seniors triumphed as senior Yvonne Geli won the honor. Lettergirls: G-Karen Young, A-Allyn Hayes, L-Yolanda Lacey, I-Nancy Tarantino, L-Kathy Lewis, E-Jeanette Bachelor, O-Cassandra Hicks Varsity Song Girls fLeft to Rightlt Margaret Bitoon, Susan Gong, Arlene Venegas, Danice V is Q 4' if. ,.. A I: Us X . N . 92: ...... , 9,5 fx . ni, Q i iff- 4-f' , nf' 4 -3 , 1-' 3 , A ,- WUI' QM f it Qs 591 fu ww mi ,,,..--nw A .Q-an-1 """ W I f"f-sull- kq A H , wx r wi 'Qu ML Nl f- 'c4:.:l' S--. K -.K ww 1 . ' wc '? 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' X ivlx ,,.. 1 , A,- U ,' 5 ' '-1 -4 1 -s r I V mf , 4 4A.1,. . -, ,- vx' ' X i'SW.':v', ,fx ' A, J 'Y mf ' f ' -H" K L '-51,9 Q YA" ff" fp-Aff - J, A " r w. m'LTi"V' 7' f 3. f ? . pw . fly - .Lf M 'QS' , 1' Q .A fam' ,fy gf. 3.1 r 'V pg. fy. ,. J S gi 34- mi -V J ' I . , , A 1 V I A' ? ' , '9 I X L, A . A M, W A ,- , 'Z 2' ' , ,fx Q, , 6' .6 . , V V i gf , ' , 7, f' f H A ,. fs , s v. J., . QF wg. mg.. , ' ' 'Il 5 W L F Y ' 4 , Wim mm, 7' 'i' ---- '--- if YL - 'ff .U N 3 f, -Omg K Sf? Qu Q s -x-, :Q K dmini tration I 1 1 Stanton Tong Principal Mary Tolia James G. Brown Doris Mullin ' Assistance Principals --lewd Deans Richard Duvall Ruth Lee Principal's Farewell Message Dear Galileans, I can hardly believe that our school year 1975-1976 is over. It seemed like it was just yesterday we were struggling to get the fall semes- ter going. Time truly waits for no one: therefore, you must make the most of your years all through life. I sincerely hope that the graduates did every- thing possible to prepare themselves for their chosen goal. Realize your potentials and seek out life to the fullest. I wish you find happiness and the ability to share it. The staff and I truly appreciate your patience and cooperations. It wasn't easy with the split campus and double session situation. Thank goodness we're all through with that! This coming school year we'Il be returning to our single campus and a regular session-And to those of you returning, continue to work hard and be ready to take your place in life. We are all more than willing and able to help you. Take pride in your school and that will be the first step in the right direction . JM I Don Baker Math Walter Bajor Industrial Art Ann Austin John Arnaudo Luciclare Ansel Special Ed Driver's Training Home Econ. i n if 1 rf ' " iii N it 'Y I or S A - . f ' fff- 5 s it K Julie Balunsat si f Home Econ. . l 1 5 i i - -1 'ma . ,YN pe xii: . ' VV- - 1. ' ps, i ,. Wigs i -'R I7 ..-. Marietta Barron Home Econ. Sheila Baumgartner Languages IW P A l S f 4 Q , , E ' :I 'R ggi: 2 f E Otto Berwang er Art Charles Adkision Social Studies Teresa Chow Bi lingua I Jam es Cohen H erb ert Chu English Science S ' ite, -:f:1, ' K b W : ' - -Ei -if M John Bologna Wen Yee Chin WN, .gl y i, iff A Boy's P.E. Bilingual -tis 1.1, Q ff , figs iii-1 Q 1 I if H Robert Bowden John Chin X S For. Langy Math Nlath , f if .Q . . .-E T Q ' it Q i it,.Q i i- "-' S" ' " ,.,i, "i' Wlff 1 eiit't , ' ' . ff"7r ,A t of nm 4 lg g-f-Mass' M ,,g- I 1 . ":' f , l f. , J 4 i A ,Q , mia . .L ' . ' .,W, If "Ui ' it V X William Burke Donald Byrd Special Ed Driver's Training Thomas Cavin Susan Chang Amos Chea Counselor Home Ec. Social Studies Fiorenzo Gardin Gerald Cohn John Fordemwalt Student Body Advisor- Yearbookg Nlath Business Foreign Language 57 get Q W., 2--il f. f .. H C P W ,gr-., Dennis Cooney Boys P.E. 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Lang., English Jack McCaffrey Business Herbert McCall Science Donald lVIcGlinchy English Lawrence Mclnerney Social Studies Sue Nepstead Counselor, P.E. Teacher Wanda Nervi For. Language Irene Nichols Math rf ., a , 'F X Cornelius-Oliver Inez Ott Gale Ow- Lau Binh Phan Business Family Life Bilingual Attendance officer George Piazza Math Naomi Schwartz Fred Setting Nathan Schafler Gloria Siech Math Boy's P.E. English Gi'-I's P.E. ,x 0352.51 Z' - f W ffeefi?-Q .. W ,cf i'Ns-agmw fri, fv - - , -w ggwip V, Mr if ll 'W Wi George Poppin in at fr English i . X ,gf L ,K QV in 'EAT' , ,.,, ,UM i vfff1ffeggi':i'f", ' ' "' ' . . , 'HQ '-fx "1Q iwiilkffc W E n v: K' aigfiggglsiltfiif A' '-'4" p ,yr 1 fyfiiy. Jack Portale Music Pierce Pow ers Boy's P.E. Fran k Presotto Ind ustria I A rts Julian Silva Elizabeth Smith Harold Steinberg Robert Stewart English Business English ROTC James Rebischung English Bonnie Reid Counselor Theresa Roberts Larry Stork Olaf Strohmaier Verona Stroot Jefferson Swann Librarian Soc. Studies English Math Nlath Elsa Sutherland English: Soc. Studies l Wit," 5- 5 . H L-'sf , EL . '25 S ,Q . xr 4, cfyqin. L' fu, all Lk, W IH! ww , , .4 , 1 Elf, X QA.-?"s.ff1 was , . ,xv . 4.- D., . .,. ' f X f. Us . V -ra lr 3 ., .al Q , 1 6 v 4 i-mmf., s 14" 2 " v :ia L Lf: . f-jf' ' I ,' 15 ' 9.5. ,'-fifkw' I 5 3 - . ,af Qc 5 X Lzzsfs. j I i1,i ,h , ' y, 2 1 L . t . J V , M - 'Q Ronald Wong Science Ji Ceferina Suyat Norman Tauber Diane Tom Nurse Auto Gll'l'S P.E. Rob ert Singleton Custodian Da vid Preito Custodian Jose Lorono Custodian Shelvon Com eaux Custodian Nick Camera Boy's P.E. Lynnea Berthelson Library X, Q-J if Addie Smith Custodian -w - s w ' tw l 2 Darlene Vuicich For. Language Jessica Wardler Glrl's P.E. 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Chan Llewellyn Chan Marsha N. Chan Maryann C. Chan Michael Chan Samuel Chan 'A W, ' 4' fbf.f'z7?:f'1 ,, 'ri Ji ' f 121. ' ' ii 25+ ' . if A . 5 4 xr Q ' ,gg g 1 5 ' X 1.19 1' . xv ' by . ex ' 6 , f 111. we W ws' 5 .7 xfly 4 Shirley S. Chan Way Chan : ,. an-dw A .4 ,R ., 'ff . f gin Van H. Chan E1 . if, , 5 'Li 4, 1 Rosa Chang 4 5 , cf. 4? 919 i i 5 m ff X l , 5 - .V ,,, f W' 1 s, 2. ,, t, A 1 'if 4, 4 r me Ili Dennis Chau A .V SW f fa' X , fij a Vw . , + ' . i 'Q . O' Mimi S. Chan Terrence C. Chan 5,72 'x " af 2. ' Lina K. Cha ng JA ' wir' Charlene P. Chee i'i'f+l,i. . i:z.h'z5Jf"Qf .ygl " my U. ' fs' -' Q , 5423 M 1 K is we .sz Q Fifi A. Chee 1, sgw Q2 y 'f?'ll 1 f A pw' ' ' flfiiif U' iliac? I N fm 3 Lk G gb , ,- zz Q' , v 'ff f an I' ,4 A , , wmv? Y 4,4656 Sf ' W M mf. ,-A QW fi SW 1, M f, wi f .f 5 .- lv if 42,159 'Q 5 ,M . 1 L V Gary T. Cheng Nlay Cheng Margaret Chew 1, . 12? fi' . 13,5 , 1 M, 1 + 21 as f 'W iii pf in vw Y W3 'Y' QM an ra ' We vm QQ X A n 1. JUL: 2 'ix . Rowena F. Chew vi ..3, 3, V 2 'K' , A I 4 fa O m E. 3 C A EI if 3 U na E. a. O 2 3 .L Wilson Chew A, Q iw? Y f-if ' 'E 1: - 'Liv JZ' .fir ' 1 L 55, - I iid Valli 'N 4. ' -'iiif ,Eff ' Lai , . ,,,,. ., g, an- 1 3 ' Q,-gm f , 3 W 3, Ze 5 ' , a ' ' ii ,s 1 ti .fp 5 :ii 1 , W , 4, ,Wa H if wa, , 'BY' ar: !F Edward W. Chin 1 -uri 1- Pency Chin 4, f' ' 4' fieieifif' .',.. ' ' ' 171 'I W rr,. ' , g Egg il ' 143-3 Q Eugene C. Choi Som pong Chia Francis Y. Chin f 63 Q 'R Susan A. Chin f fy' Wx'-14 wif" .am f f7Tm7Z4:4,i f K '51f'E"f? few r V '::gy:. my ,W , V ' 5 Diana Chow William Chie Maisy Chin Larry A. Ching H2 . Ll A 'R :fs 4 J 1 A V Q2 ASW X 'Slight 'H' Q fiw g f as , ,, 5 1. eldffiift as y f Q' W ATL' w . W 1 ,. .' e A A , - Z, ,Y 1 5 ,tv ' f , t Y' I' 1 qfx ff rf 1 ,ff Q ,Q , K A Edward Chow Eva Chow Janet Chow Charles H. Choy Betty M. Chu Daniel Chu David Chu Elizabeth Chu V Rebecca Chu l . ' H asf'-+ ., , E . 'V,,, . - . J L 5 e I I Helen Chui Ronald Chun Sandra Chung Like A. Ciamboli Jr. Deborah A. Connor Evelyn B. Cual il, .. 11 Dana J. Chu Wanda M. Chu Anita lVl. Cirino -nh.. f sis il A ' L' Anthony Corpuz Robert Dair 1- , -1 or L! L l l L Lula P. Daniel Donna De Santis lVlare Dea i 1 ' Rowena Dea Anne lVl. Derrick Ushaben Desai Thomas S. Diaz Sherry Dillion Joycelyn C. Doo Serena L. Drogose Barry R. Duncan Lisa R. Durnell Andrew L. Ellis Samira N. Fakhry Mark S. Ferguson Daniel C. Fong Gordon Fong I 25 3 Q rn N s.. 'S lui? 1' Mi - 71 Tr . N W7 L .LW if . . 1 XWN A f I ,g I 4 I 1 U Linda F009 Sandra Fong Vincent K. Fong Sheila A. Fortune Raymond J. Fredrick i Yvonne A. Geli ffifs " fag Q is -. 4' F' Q "f 'me - . 5 K ' "ff: , ,v 'ZX xx . f .5 ' - , .af ' 'V - 'H g i .. " fy' I Q , Deborah A. Givens Nancy A. Gin Patricia S. Godfrey Q ' - John W. Fung ' Kathryn Fung Letitia A. Gee Lily W. Gee l l f e Beverly Y. Gong Susan Gong Blanca Gonzalez l Jeannie E. Hagler EAW 'HJ M.. Ronald D. Hardy Ellen K. Hau Paul M. Haynes Barbara J. Henderson l l Lillian L. Ho Tina Ho Valerie L. Ho David H. Goo Cheryl K. Hill l Adrienne L. Hollier Vickie M. Gregory - John A. Hamman Regina E. Harris Gene D. Hilyard Jr. Virginia Hom Darrell G. Hong Faith A. Horton Valerie D. Hughes Alice Hung Cheryl A. Jang I Howard Jay Grace Jen Judy Jen Darice Jeong Shirley K. Jeong I Y I 1 Kathryn A. Johnson Mark Anthony Jones Louette T. Jordan Donna L. Jung I Enrique D. Kabahit A I. , 32 2 1 'K Kit- 3. ff 'K' Vickie L. Keedy Greg Kihneman Mark J. Kim Miryo Kim Amy P. King N ,W ,.., A ...W , K .,..., Rose Kitrinos 0 f 'Az ff ' "Lip j Q6 Ufgf gg!!! X m aff 1, Z ,N Hp 3 . Lf? ff .4 A. ,Q 5, 45, ? 4 1 ,v ' Q 1 V 4 4. ,. ff , ,,.f . ,. ,. i, gf . ' 'Q . J ' .X , 1-xx ' 1 4' f' . -, ,rf ' , . Sd... X. - Calvin Kong Manbi W. M. Kong Sammy K. Kossoff I ,m-'N N. K - , Gordon P, Kwan Kenneth Kwan I Rosabelle Kwan Alice S. Kwock Me Phing Kwok - 1 Danny Kwong Ronald Kwong Sharon Kwong Andrew Lam . Edmund K. Lam Kiiiy Lam Liana Y. Lam 29 Steven Lau Barbara Lee ' Eva Lee WVR' 'Y Q. .-.-. J.. 72, James J. Lee Mary Lee Theresa S. Lau Anna P. H. Lee Duncan Lee Elizabeth Lee , ' ' W H1 ' N..e.p5: HQ 412,52 N, .. Q1 JMU w ng, 1 , Q F A ff gf, I-if Evelyn Lee Gloria W. Lee 1- im ' 1- - . 1 , " greg., 1, ,.r ' V. :wg aw r ' A 1 , .. E 1 JI .SLI Judie M. Lee Kenneth L. Lee Mary T. Lee Nancy Lee Nancy Y. Lee Patricia F. Lee , , Jil 1 51. fi - ,1e..gfe:zwewiNsg 23255. 2 r f- f- 7fi'L?F1z'iS'S? , f 'S+ G' A . se. wg dm QL 1 D Q t Sc V R 1 2 we Q15 ' X 'if' X 2 2 C g A, S.- Susan Lee Walter Lee ' " - ff? Slfifgr 'T' 1111 ' an 'ii fi'?T"i- psf ' KT' if M Q , ,Lik- Yim C. Lee Brian W. Leigh Patricia G. Lee -- 1 1 L A W . if 5 V' N .xv x 4' 'Rh w.. . . N .VNS V QM K 3 W f- .. x 3.1 'ix 'X Q 2 LK J William C. Lee " Ffgi- 1. ' - .gr .rl ll Q .yiriif . Q1 i Nz X Y 1 fe vw xg xr' he rs . t Q3 Q X e x Q Gyn 5 i ' vi 5 v Helen Leong Simon Leong Jerry B. Leong ,... ' W I - Elaine C. Leung Gordon Leung Grace Ling Leung Sharon Leung Fred W. Y. Lew Suzanne Liu Fredric Lofrano Stephen Lothrop Julie Louie Sum ey Lew ' L Anthony M. Logiudice Letha M. Loggins Calvin Louie Lena Y. Louie i Annette M. Lewis David Li , Linda Li Paula Lobe Lisa M. Lochner Eva Lock Monica M. Louie Nina M. Louie Rochelle A. Louie 32 , ' 1, A -- ,..., . , fx if 1. V . gi Selma L. Louie fa 1 Q Tina Louie ,.,......-- ' -L-in , ,,-' is Venn: 54 +.- ,id s L Steven T. Low Agnes M. Lui Joseph Lui Michael L. Lum ' ., ' - 21 A - Gary R. Luckett I Cynthia Madrid Raymond W. Mah 2 Sharon Jea Mah Johnson Mak Joyce Mar Allen Mark Diana L. Marshall Mary C. Martin Sue Martini Lisa Moopenn Colette M. Mosley .,.., Va Iente Navarro Donna Ng , ,, f tt t X . , Q , prix' J. ip ' Dena L. McClintock Michelle McClure Terry L. McGill Helen L. McLean Lenny R. Moreci Ilithia M. Morris Joel B. Morris Nemcy B. Morris L.. Sue L. Moy Michael L. Mustacchi Marivic G. Narag Ken Nafafeh Shah J. Nejade Doris Ng " Fendi Ng Fung Jing Ng Jenny S. C. Ng Millie Ng . X rw Y-rf Q fr Q Jie " 'Q vu we. be Q 4 -Sw? 'I' n we -1 M33 . .3 H. ., im , . M, 'lv' :fav W 2.7 S 4, .. P: .... 2 c 3 'U at 2 N N fe be 2 , -'- I 1 M55 Y X fe' J .s K 5 '55 we 5 Sandy B. Ng 6 5 fax S , 7- 1 - , . . ' .1 S 1 W ' , 4.-' , Q, ,wif-A "' . .t ,- l , Stephen Ng Susan P. K. Ng Susana S. Ng Bobby Nietes Vernon R. Nocon 1 1 i Elizabeth Okazaki Jennifer L. Opocensky Donna E. Osborne Melody Ow Lilibeth B. Pabalate '- Av-fl, 'fax 5, . Hector P. Pa Iada Terri L. Palmer Arvinda R. Patel Balvant B. Patel Bharat Patel Daksha J. Patel 53 t -- 1 Q32 ge . . , Jayantilal Patel Jayendra A. Patel Kiranchand Patel Mandakini Patel Paresh Patel Prabha B. Patel Su bash Pa te I Qgyvfspg' -,p,,pq2waw'.gi . , n: ' aim: 'Fi wr-: e F at W, at-X -.Q Y , K, 5 gg: s Q . X l 233 xv Q J , PM lx Q Q 5 x f WX 'Sf la Usha D. Patel Uashavant Patel Davor G. Perusic Don IVI. Phillips ti -f v' we . . .. 5-I,. ,. W 4 555'- 439 .UF ,Q . :ar ' ' -N - wage , . f - 1 .t Y. i Q X 2 af af we 5,-fr 1: ef N: fg P? , - ' s as 'L as Y ive f if '.4ga"'x em? L ,.,,,.. 4" Karen D Plancarte Janet Pless Jeanette Pless Susan Pless Richard D Polley 1 Leland Pon Leland Pon 36 0 Peggy Pon Theresa A. Powell Richard F. Quan - Steven S. Quan Judy Rabon Adolpho B. Ramos Nlashawn D. Robinggn Jose Opian Rodrigo Araceli D. Romero Doris Randolph Danice Rausse Betty P. Richardson Loretta K. Rivera Estela Sainez Hope E. Salazar i 1 i Josephine Salinas Harlan Sam lf ,X if 45: ,W ' ' . .. 5 .2 Daphne S. Saunders Haymo L. Schauer X1 I - Stanley K. Searing Nlay Seto Thomas S. L. Shea Lily Chi-S Shen i Sara Shu Cynthia L. Sims Fletcher Sims Annie Siu Janet NI. Sandoval Norene Scurry Rene E. Short Lia T. Skidmore Danny R. Smith Pauline Soo Hoo .fw .a1u1qn.- nnr:.f.....,ws - -nw' ,An , ww- Q 2 S Q gl k Le lg il mgqmsam-e ff'-Q. l I eu, , - ... . Therese A. Stewart Donald S. Stoneham Mike S. Svedesi an W L ...... '00 x Paul Soon Elaine R. Southwick Sherree L. Spangler . Kelvin R. Steele i 5 Charlie V. Sullivan Theresa Sung Anthony C. Tani Brenda Tam Bryan Tam John Tam kr, Lorraine Tate Philip R. Tesorero Lisa To Betty L. Tolbert - J0SePh K. Tom Leslie G. Tom Da vid W. Thomas Clarence Tom Linda Tom Shirley Tam Simon Tang Cathy A. Thompson 1 Pin Toh Tan Etsu ko L. Taniguchi Reida J. Tingler 1 ll' J T 2, I W cn. . . , ,:f-4e1f'4,. 4--. ,. A ,Xe Q Q Q ' Q- f Rf 3 .X Q L R WE 1. , 'XS I . Lx. LQ! , . ag. 35 f kr. V Pamela J. Tom Russell J. Tom ? V ...M ' i if Ri . 2.1 X L. iii s l. ""f' ' . ., , f. ig -. mg. 3: ,, fi. . 'st' - Yvonne Tom Mary J. Tong Michele NI. Tong Rebecca L. Tong Becky Toole Diana Toy Joyce L. Toy Linda D. Trammel l Lily L. Tsang Sina P. Tsang Donald Toy Allyson Tropez Harld A. Vance Jr. T 41 Juliana B. Venenciano Victoria L. Vistica Nam Ching Wong Vixcent R. Villa luna - Joan A. Walker Brenda Ward Kathe H. Wasuta Millie D. Webb April IVI. Williams Kathleen A. Williams Bryon Webster Reginald J Wilson Ne aww? Jeffery L. Wing Alan K. Wong Alex Wong , l 7 .W -,.m.a'g,1s?m.s affix f ' X Q , V , gi. .35 mi K M: . if 'H 'Fla .1 ,X if ,, 5 , ffxlizlg 4 f Mg . Allen Yee Wong Angela W. C. Wong Carol S. Wong Craig L. Wong Danny N. Wong Debbie K. Wong 1 A A " ,w I .qi V 1... , .-MBR.. ., ,, Q I, X Gm, wfsffxffik '--532: -3 NY? ' ' 'GTR "1 e mv L ,fc-1 . Nora M. Wong Patty Wong Salina Wong V-3 as , I, ,xx wr xflU' Kathy L. Wong - Laurie A. Wong Sylvia S. L. Wong Kenneth Wong K ' Q N Q wo ' in KY 'fx 12, K' L ,Ya X Q Nl .. Michael A. Wong Z William Y. Wong QS' W ,Q -as z 'ws xx J r N QW- JK? 1, -.mg . M a K. D J 353 K-0 3 Yan S. Wong Yvonne Wong Donna Woo QQ QQ. .e-iii - I l - Elsie J. Woo Felton IVI. Woo Jeffrey M. Woo ll L o gl: , W Ruby Woo Ocelia D. Woodson Lori Woon 44 Joan Woo Linda J. Woo - Walter F. Woon H 1 X I ,ggervwf V Tgisfgeifsrz A 7 wi? - Linda Woo Paul Woo Da vid J. Wren Janet P. Yee ' I ,1!""' V 4'UX , un lVIarga ret Yee Phillip Yee V f ' Y 'L fyylisk' . . 1 'X " T a ' si. QXQQ: Nancy T. Yeh Raymond D. Yep King-Fai Yeung Albert Yim Elaine Yin - Alison D. Yip Tyrone Yip Angela Yu Jenny S.C. Yu Lily L. Yu - Wilbur Yuen Janis Zepponi G 1 I l Tony M. Yu Anna 0. Yuen Helen Yuen W. 5 v B .,3.,,u,p,g Q + -es r X X +3 1 3 , - John Asdourian Roy Dean Karen Chan Tim Chang Dea :f'fff'?fff : fl ,Q i l Trang Du Monisa Fong Robin F. Gipson I Joe Green Miriam Jo Darlene Johnson :Y msg YM. -? X :sg 3.5 Lil! 54 Yfzffgm, ga? f 'S 3:2 Tony Jordan Sherli Kong Lisa Lau Thanh Le Anna Lee Lisa Lee Harriet Lem Susanna Leung Jeffrey Low Amy Lui Poi Ling Lui Pu. Nlar ggff H ,fi M L ' " 1 , 'fr -., I K .Hr-. . Dena McClintock Kathy O' Brien Kitty N9 Vu Nguyen Timothy Stewart Don Southworth Donald Toy 0. 4-0 Q-1 0 1-I all 0 'CD 9? 3-I 1-I Q preparation the f n M74 B r I' L 'ii4rW1YKw?" .rn 4rfi6f7pi'r75i1'm1Yii1rm1-Filr?.i1rm'N74 fgtfria. f?Rtrrice?inr7.ir?g A 571 .,fR1ri5i1'7irr75i17.i1r761vZi?I?? ,Q 2 A, gl' I U E Pomp and Circumstancc ....... Elgar-Isaac .' Ly Galileo Band I I .41 Mr. Jack Portale, Conducting I if Pledge of Allegiance and National 'Anthem 3 Galileo Color Guard. Band and Audience 4 Welcome .......... Yvonne Tom it 11 Senior Class President 3 'Memoriesn . . Billy StrangefSeott Davis Vi ! E "Sunrise Sunset' ..... Jerry Bork I .5 A Galileo Choir IQ Mrr Fred Wilkens, Directing E "Lf-t's Celebrate" . Doris Randolph E 1 Graduation Speaker i V ,, 'The spirit of 'ver' ...... cum Gmndman 14? Galileo Band Mr. Jaek Portale. Conducting ' ' f J h H if gl HNOW is The Tim.-' . . . cheryl H111 il Graduation Speaker if Bl , ji Valedieto y Nam Ching YVang -325599 QMS, ji Valedictorian Bi "Serenata" .,..... Leroy Anderson Si Galileo Band Mr Jack Portale, Conducting Presentation of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Award fa Q I ag Mr. Rob MaeConnell. Claxs Sponsor yy, si Presentation of Awards and Diplomas . . Mr, Stanton Tong C ME CE NT E R SES P""c'1'f'l "Hail Galileo' . Graduates JUNE EIGHTH Recessional ' , of E E NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SIX w "Spirit of Anieriea" ..... Charles Carter x'j Galileo Band 2:00 P.M. Mr. Jack Portale, Conducting lk: Q The audienee is ill please remain seated during the reeessional. MASONIC AUDITORIUM JoNEs D CALIFORNIA srmzars HAIL, GAULE0 S FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 5: To thee we raise our voices Though we forsake thy hallv. ays Praises we sing to thee Still we shall never fail Our Galileo High School 'I'o honor and love thee IE Q3 Shrine of beloved memorv Alma Niater. hail. Galileo. hail 73 E I -lv-.3 i 3 iw lp, :ffm If A V z 2 ' I-I 6 f 3 4 X. 5 4 E Q 3 i 1 i 1 ! J Q , 4 N 1 I I 1 J 1 I w :E W V 5 I i , r 1 5 F l ar-1 -mf 'IPS -:Q 1,1 V- WM-fvf W: . aw-'W ,aw 1 , ,V,,,,,,,,, ...W N... wa- W.,- on ,ug ,X ,f-qw, wa.. award urprise Cheryl, you won the Alumni Distinguished ervice Award, The John F. Kennedy Award being presented to Donna Jung by Class Sponsor Rod McConnell. U V f--rim! V lc-.1 f 1--Q22-gi in '15 . Congratulations Doris, for being the out standing girl of Galileo! Susie Gong-Outstanding-Girls' Physical Education I 1 1 do 1 1 , 1 1 f he Q . fr , .fsggh , ff? ll ' Q . , . . . 12252 Fannie Wan Perry Wong Gene Washington Patrick Wong Linda Woo Christina Yee Peggy Yee Janice Yu rm.. Thai Van Sharon A branches Cathy Allen Henrietta Bayd ..lV,'+ Lily Chin Ronald Garrett -1 Ernest Brown Michelle Carrier Thomas Carrier Edwin Chan Kevin Clayeria Calvin Davis Kathy Elliot Yvonne Fitch 1 41549 1 " 2333, M li!! l l 'Y Nancy Hong Hendrick Idzera Jeannie Lee Leslie Lee Francis Leong Kathy Lewis George Louie Edwin Low Meggan Murdock Pamela Pless Mark Shoats May Soon Pamela Stapleton Doc Stephens Jimmy Szeto David Toy Aurora Wong Frank Wong Michelle Yeung Deborah Pearson George Santora Mark Slater Yolando Thompson Stephen Yip lead rs mf' 3.11 1 -Ai 1 ffi Fiorenzo Gardin - Sponsor Paula Lobe - Pres. John Mahoney - Sponsor Steven Low - Boys V.P. Elizabeth Lee - Girls V.P. f,.,..,N ff 52 Nora Wong - Sec. Doris Randolph - Treas. ' Darice Jeong - Hist. ff If . ,5 . g , Q-ng nmwninhw- X1 L A 30 ss? Q. ws 2-K as fl 1 . Ag. MP if pw? 'W' Q.2!,n. X, Q OH 'ld UH OW 'ld 01 ... .., ,i we ve got th 'T N .E so X. A .T my ,Q -' This year the Seniors wen nuts over bagels-they had many bagel sales great to W . .--"'-g. '- Q 25,5-7 1 Y... :A se ,5-.Ne and as well as be ing a good fund raiser, they were eat! - the Seniors ex- For the Christmas decorating celled in cutting numerous designs and posting them all over the 3rd floor. 5.4 .q A7235 hx 4,2 .X -'Q f N "H if iq XX 53.1. f '-J -1 Nia-X xx , Cx R' xx Q-'marc' 4, Nu -.5 .1 x '-Xe 1' xx ,b x 9z,J X if 'X r. Mfi A Mi! . . nt, I , l I I N DI I'lt if to i " ' ' L. f W ...H 4- ,7 , X it " x,,,, ml , A - Yvonne Tom with heart cookies from Valen- tines Day sale. Hey, everybody, we made it, we're Everyone lends a hand in cleaning Seniors! And we made the best of it too, with multi-activities and fund raisers . Among the great moments were the Prom, Great America, the bagel sales, dances, the Spring Festival and car washes. ln these next few pages we'll attempt to show you some glimpses into this power- packed year! if 1522 . 3.11 S a little Pinto. Above and Below: Everyone getting in on the fun! Y Q 'l Q ... W , N, 5, . lat iukgzaew- W For a little extra money, we would even do the insides! .ana MR CSmile, Mike!! 55 my fully Yvonne Tom - Class President Another one of the motor arms that helped rally and organize the class. As Girl's Vice President she took . - charge of the money raisin activities which are so lm- portant to a graduating class. These included the money class sales such as buttons, tickets to the prom, senior production and car washes. Because of our split schedule and campus it was necessary that Donna be available at many times of the day so tickets would be available to the class. One could find her at the bank window before and after school and during nutrition most day. Through her efforts activities reached more of the class than was thought possible. Donna Jung - Girl's Vice President y,...-as As every machine needs a driving force so a class needs a force to set it in motion. The pres- ent senior class was fortunate to have such a force in the person of President Yvonne Tom. The en- tire senior class should be grateful to Yvonne for the fine job she did in arranging and supervising the many varied and worthwhile senior events and activities that the class enjoyed. Besides giving much of her time and energy to making the class of 76's life more enjoyable she also was a member of the Chinese Culture Club, Silver Seal, Girl's Council, French Club, and the Execu- tive Council. Yvonne was also an alternate to Girl's State and served on the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association of Galileo as a student representative. We at Galileo first want to say "Thanks Yvonne" and may every senior class be fortunate enough to have such leadership. The job of secretary of Gal's senior class was par- ticularly difficult this year, Besides the usual keeping pondence. Harriet's job was complicated by the up dat- This was important because of our rededication cere- mony this year and the need to reach as many of the This Harriet did with the skill of a "pro". Thanks, Harriet we sure needed that. of meeting notes and corres- ing of Gal's past alumni list. schools graduates as possible. Randy Booth - Boy's Vice President Just as every class needs a motor to get it going lthis one had Yvonnel it must also have those arms from the motor that transport the ener- gy to the working parts or as in this case to the class. Randy was one of those arms. As Boy's Vice President he moved the energy along and made the class run. Specifically he was chairman of the Disneyland Trip, The Song and Yell Con- test, and the Senior Prom. Be- cause of his work they were all successful. He was never too busy or tired to do more than his part. Harriet Lem - Class Secretary 1 I ,f ' ,y tl 'u?':,Q,fli2iT M sw- w A ' at -""'- . .fc- . ..., '-v ."'-4 .' , ' V I ' .' 1 ' W" ,B W -s f E' it " 'Q' . W Y 4 c a J! B, xi K Mary Lee - Class Treasurer Now here is the person to know This young lady is known as the "money lady" i.e. the Senior Cla treasurer. Her position is really one of responsibility. With over 600 seniors in the class, Mary handled and kept tract of thousands of dollars From senior prom tickets to Disney land arrangements. She kept all the records as well as doing all the bank ing. There never was a single error discovered the entire year. Mary also found time to be a member of the sentative in the Student Senate and member of the Executive Council cabin t , . . n R e ' . .Bt i Senate. ' f . .iz ss Q 'li lk . - . ik Chinese Culture Club, Reg, Repre- ' I. . 5' . Mr. Rod MacConnell - Advisor Mr. MacConnell has been an art instructor at Galileo for the past eight years and in San Francisco schools for fifteen years. He has been advisor to the present senior class since they were sophomores. During the past three years Mr. MacConnell has always told the class that he was only an "advisor" and that the major part of the planning and carrying out of the groups activities were the responsibility of the class and especially their elected officers. It has turned out to be good advice as in our sophomore year President Don Stone- ham was able to bring the class together while in the junior year President Dana Chu continued Don's good work and put together an outstanding move-up dance. We believe Mr. MacConnell's advice will ,. serve us well in years to come. We had the spirit and thats because we had Susan Lee as our spirit leader. Her official title was head senior song girl in "spirit leader" better describes her job. She leads the class at rallies and during the song and yell contest. X Pmtf- - X . - 'izlieir-ma wtf K l vp Bobby Nietes - Class Historian Bobby was elected historian and no better choice could have been made. Besides keeping the complete historical record of the class, he was deeply involved in the planning of our suc- cessful fun day to the new amusement park called "Great America". Bobby was also active in other activities such as Leo Club President, member of the forensics team, worked on the school newspaper and served in the Student I' Susan Lee - Class Spirit Leader 0? 0? OF W 58 freemont, california i . ,K A 1, T t, ,, .,.. ..,,. Z .iggw il, i.,,5,.. ,X in - - ' 1 - 3 -- Q ,Z Q- i - - -X - 1211- e zawximr wwf sxfewssw. i2g5:Sww1ssw.v , K W.:, .,lQ, fm ,... ..,,, .-,f . , , ,N-, . - . ,, . .. , . gk -t .ig .. 5 ivy I 1 t 1 '-xiii''f',g1gmxRg.gmmHkSfliQeffWHYNA1' - .-ur -av W , homework an one Curuulmufers Elaine C. Leung Margie Yee Nora Wong Robin Gibson Michelle McClure Carol Wong Donna Osborne Doris Randolph Kathryn Wasuta Lawrence Ching Charles Choy Nemcy Morris Daniel Arnot Darcie Jeong Theresa Sung Randy Booth Eugene Choi Bobby Nietes Yvonne Tom Mary Lee Donna Jung Paula Lobe Cheryl Hill Harriet Lem Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Ms. Ms. Ms. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mr. lVll'S. Ms. Chang Reid Tong Arnardo White Reid White Mclnerney Mclnerney Barron Barron Eisen Portale Johnston Johnston . Haynie . Haynie . Haynie . Haynie . Haynie Haynie Tong Ansel Tol 'a Robin Gibson for Mr Arnardo Mike Mustacchi Nlr. J Portale Donna Osborne 84 Michelle McClure for Mr. White. Bobby Nletes for Mrs Haynie Cam, Wong 8, Margie Yee for Mrs' Reid' Turnabout Day is one of those days ,,,,,...-1 where students are Teachers and Teachers are students Even Counselors have their li lit fm Q , 6, , own turnabouters Students, teachers, counselors all have fun on this day ...Q Homework, which ofcourse is given daily 27.39 E may just not be given on this day It s ""'i"' just one of those fun events that happen once a year Who whould want to miss out on it? Dl'Ol1l 072 WM ffdw fyff jfzeamfa 423 Qgwwv .QZZM "G57ZQ4yQ5Q5w" QQQWQKWMM' JQMM f QQZMMK My za f dill llrllmulamxr l MAY 1, 1976 BGAHDING PASS II Departing time from Galileo - 9:00 AM Q Departing time from Great America - 5:00 No. 'lZ :gff ,ljgif ' Great America is a new amusement park located in Santa Clara 0 County. Galileo was ji one of the first schools to schedule T a senior activity at the park. Since it has been open it has set all types of attendance records and appears to be a new "Disneyland" for northern California. 'wawmmp 'at wif' 2-af' l li Wg rtr ev if Randy Booth, Director, "Let the show begin" s 1976 l Senior Production ll I 6abaref ENERAL ADMISSION: 756 FRIDAY, JANUARY I6 AT DOOR: SI.0O 7:3O-- 9:00 AUDITORIUM DANCE FOLLOWlNG IN ' GIRLS' GYM Mary Tong, Mary Lee, Leticia Gee, Yvonne Tom "The four crayons Kathy Gilmer Jesse Mah Hello Dolly Susan Gong, Evelyn Cual, Renee Michaelis, Kathy Gilmer watching the show. Susan Gong "Let's do it again" Q 0'er Back Row: Vice President-Timmy Ginn, President-Thomas Nlartin, Treasurer-Douglas Dexter Front Row: Historian-Doris Lee Secreta ry- Kathy Gi lm er The Class of '77 started the school year off right by winning the Song-'n-Yell contest in September. Under the leadership of Presi- dent Tommy Martin, this class is one of the most spirited that Galileo has ever had. With the help of sponsors: lVlrs. Haynie, Nlr. Donohue and Lt. Stewart and officers: VP- Timothy Ginn, Secretary-Kathy Gilmer, Treasurer-Douglas Dexter and Historian Doris Lee, sales have been going on productively. During the months of September to December the Juniors have had a turkey raffle, a carwash sold "Galileo High School" pennants and have had several bake sales. In addition, with the help of the Boys Block "G" and "ROTC", they have had a "Beat the Bucs" button sale and a candy sale. During the Spring of '76 they had a Junior class button sale, a St, Patricks Day raffle, a chow mein sale, Easter candy gram, bagel sale and a iris sale for Valentines Day. At the rate at they're going, they will have a very successful senior year. 1 is Lt. Stewart, Mrs. Haynie, lVIr. Donahue Class Sponsers Q . .1 fkfiwkl, 15.9 6' "aff, "G, f X l f lik 5 614 is L i Y 4 -. ' c f"gma4i" s fr fi X ta 1 , -Q w 35- f . .-7-1 1 z' f l was t, 4. .4 , to f . 4. si ' "' 9- ya' Tm. N A4 . .. 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' , 3 K J i X Aw ,rf ,YL 64 ,". , as ,gi GRETTA RAUSSE PRESIDENT The sophomore class, about 650 strong, comes primarily from Marina, Francisco, Potrero Hill and Benjamin Franklin. If one wanted to use one word to characterize the class it would be "diverse". We have a great diversity of cultural, social and ethnic backgrounds as well as academic interest. The year was marked by two types of activities: fund raising and just plain fun. Included in 041 41 40 plifogofw 'NE I 1 I ' x I Q Q V' Q f W' ,fs-.bil 1 P1 1. I Q 'fy if isivlajy , alt., Z! x 1 e ' -- I 1 n A ,gs T ,f ,W Q' ,ff F , . ,Q ,E ' f' as 2' A J - .yy 1 if i . its Q L - -f 1 r.s,,.X xr fs 13.1 5 ,WLM the fund raising activities was g Ox-UE a sophomore class button, VA B LES T mistletoe and T-shirt sale. NES HAR PRESYDEN The fun activities were a TREA SA PERE V165 . SUR Z Valentine dance, a sporty day ER of competition, and a class picnic at Santa Cruz. siiii '-,r S x j , ' , rg f. , Q . ,,,, . W e Q 'VF f .. A A s, . I I . 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AA fi- J 1 .-W. ., Lian 5 s sy - if .gag Rhowana Smith Robert Smith Holly Sommers Warren Soo Hoo Paulette Starks Eugene Sto kes Samuel Stundivant Kitty Szeto James Szu Pascal Szu June Tai Nancy Tam Nancy Tarantino Evangeline Tesada Cynthia Terhune Gregory Thompson Lennard Thompson Sadudee Toomsit Marie Toquero Alfrina Toy Norman Toy Sharon Trainor Bonnie Trang Angus Tse Tynome Thomas Marian Van Barbara Vennble Frances Verdan Mary Vistica Linda Vo Leoncia Watary Ted Welch Milton Weaver Connie Webb Jennifer Wedrick Kim Whatley Timmy Williams Pamela Winchester Audrey Wong Dorothy Wong H enry Wong Johnny Wong Kwok Leung Wong Mei Wong Wayland Wong Wiad Wong Winnie Wong Karen Wu Maggie Wu Susanna Wu Nancy Yang Allan Yee Philip Yee Susan Yee Tony Yee Winnie Yeh William Yeung Shelley Yim Edward Yong Janet Yuen Nancy Young Jim Zertuche Laura Zieman 79 ities ti 210 fe S 80 off to a great tart As with the class itself the one word to describe the Sophomore activities this year is "diverse" . The class was one of the most active and spirited Gal has had in many years. Not alone did they do many things but a great many people par- ticipated . Many times it turns out that only a few of the class do the work and participated but with the present sopho- more class this was not the case. K X i The activities included a Christmas party preceded by a mistletoe gathering hunt, an all day snow trip to Lake Tahoe, a sports night in the girls gym in which various sophomore groups competed against each other, a highly successful dance, and last but not least, a T-shirt sale. As sophomores they were good, as jun- iors they will be great and as seniors the class will be SENSATIONAL. food M ' xg., , , R2 v w. E g I l Q 01 3 W Q T 'GD 91 3-I W 82 -ff-fi? CLASSES WERE DISIVIISSED FOR HALF- DAY IN IVIAY SO THAT THE ENTIRE SCHOOL COULD ATTEND THE ANNUAL SPRING FESTI VAL WHICH HAS BEEN ONE OF GALILEO'S GREAT TRADITION. ALL THE ORGANIZED GROUPS AND CLUBS ON CAMPUS SET UP BOOTHS FEATURING GAIVIES, FOOD, PHOTO BUTTONS , ETC. WITH PERFECT WEATHER HUNDREDS OF GALILEANS HAD A GREAT TIIVIE. gam . Ig- -1-e' , s ,iii au-.an-ann.. 'aw fi , 3 XX A, ,V ,, . ,M M ' A K ' 5, .bgfo :viz Ll . Mr. Cohn tardy for class. The WEST CANlPUS's very own vegetable garden. An overhead view of the West Campus. The main Galileo building at Bay and Van Ness was built in 1925 to comfortably accommodate about 1800 stu- dents. In 1964 the enrollment of our school exceeded that number and more space was needed. One proposal was to bus students for certain periods to an elementary school in North Beach. It was more feasible to use some of the old Army barracks at Fort lVlason. Influence was exerted in Washington D.C. and in the spring of 1964, Galileo was allowed to use 4 buildings at Fort Mason. These were the first four buildings as you look directly north from the entrance at Octavia St. lVlr. James Kearney, now Principal of Lowell was the first administrator at what came to be known as the West Campus of Galileo High School. The first classes held there were English and History classes for the 11th grade and there were about 6 faculty members teaching there. When Nlr. Kearney was reassigned to the central office, lVlr. Paul Lucey now an asst. principal at Lowell and Nlr. Leslie Burke now Principal of Lincoln each served one term at the West Campus. Due to increased immigration and other factors, en- rollment at Galileo reached 2900 by 1967. Nlr. James K. Donohue went to the West Campus as administrator at that time and has remained ever since. In programming it be- came easier to program the 10th grade to the West Campus since 10th grade students usually take a number of the same subjectstBiology, Algebra, English, Driver Ed. etcl. This cut down the amount of moving to and from the Nlain building for other classes. It is a 10 minute walk. Thus, the Science Dept. and the Nlath dept. had classes at the West Cam pus. In 1970, Mr. Kearney, then the Principal of Galileo petitioned through Mayor Alioto the government in Wash- ington to release further buildings to the school. In particu- lar the school wanted the 5th barrack as you look straight ahead from the entrance and some other buildings to the ,iii north of the present campus which were being used by the Adult school at that time. The school did receive the Sth barrack which was used by the Science Dept. then and now by the Journalism classes. The school also received the old Army kitchen building, the former bowling alley and the Post theater. These buildings were renovated into class- rooms, the ones that we know today as A8 through A16, the ROTC building and A18 84 A19. Home Economics occupied the kitchen which is now used by the Art Dept. The fences surrounding the campus had to be uprooted and replanted since it was the agreement between the school district and the Army that students would not be on the Fort Nlason property itself. The only official passage to classes at the West Campus was along the south side of Bay Street. In 1971 the main Galileo buildings at Bay and Van Ness were condemned as being earthquake hazards. First, the Van Ness building was renovated and so SciencelDrivers Education, Home Economics, and Industrial Arts moved West. Then the Polk street building was renovated and Business, Art and the remaining English and Social Studies classes moved. Building 141 was acquired. There were over 50 teachers. The West Campus was intended as a temporary facility in 1964 and was not planned to last very long. No buzzer system was installed until 1970 and during the early years, classes were dismissed by the use of a hand bell. The Golden Gate National Recreation District has taken over Fort Mason and wishes to obtain the Galileo property for recreational purposes. When they took over, the Recreation district negotiated a new contract with the school district which allows us to stay until July 31, 1976. Since the Galileo enrollment is slightly over 2100 it is going to be a tight fit back into the Nlain Building. But since the contract expired, we must move, and Goodbye West Cam pus! T, 7 L s"f5cHO0L8uu.ozNca q 1 j ,coLLA?se6 revenue, g 5 A or swear!" eooveezsri Of or g ' wr ' ,.-Y2,5-,erase . . w,s,..,s,, .DON T Barack TO GET UR sALuf...ouR Sckooufeu. :J .I HAD OVER LAST Nl6l-lTf i S ALL I uareu TO Tl'-il6.,, , Com T T ,G V 5+--f ig mics: ! "3 7 fi o ' -. 'QI 6 ta ' x 'ff' ' A AE +A.. fe! siil 3. : WJ -7 f- Q- f-s'CZ7rfi: Galileans beautifying the campus. l. Eff Custodian Jose Lorono locks up the WEST CAMPUS for the last time. 41 adventurer The American Youth Hostal Club was started in 1965 and is sponsored by Nlr. Nathan Schafler. ln addition to the club's regular activities, there are four annual events: rafting on the American or Feather River, skiing at Lake Tahoe, a hayride in Nlanticap and camp ing at Point Reyes. Community projects including VD educational activities and recycling paper and cans for conservation were also done by the club. With a combination of pleasure, fun, and serious activities it was to no one's surprise that this club was one of the most successful and Kneeling: Mr. Herbert Chu. 1st Row, Left to Right: Letitia Gee, Beverly Chan, Sharon Mah, Alice Lee, Abdul Patel, Nyut Lee, Frank Lee, Nancy Young, Jessie Mah, Mora Eagan, Cindy Rowe, Neith Hunter, Linda Neeley. 2nd Row, Left to Right: Miriam Schafler, Carl Wong, Jerome Powers, Doris Randolph, Janos Balog, Rolf Drogose, Mike Must, Eva Balog, Michelle McClure, Mr. Schafler, Paul Shirkey, Susie Balog, Rudy Madronich, Darron Miller, Cheryll Mayers. sought after on campus . 3. Y i I 'S f YB. ia. , "lil li , 1 CLS. . One of the first Chapters of the California Scholarship Federation was established in 1921 at Galileo. To be selected as a member is the highest scholastic honor one gan achlileve at Galileo. Their motto is "Scholarship for ervice . To become a member of Silver Seal you need a B average. lt is one of the Honor Societys at Galileo and it is a very high honor to be a member. Some of the things that they help with are the student tran- scripts and this past Christ- mals they held a Candy Cane sa e . 1st Row: Mr. Bowden, tsponsorl, Joyce Toy, Donna Woo, Helen Yuen, Raymond Yee. 2nd Row: Clara Chan, Mirian Jo, Alice Tsoi, Victoria Ng. 3rd Row: Doris Randolph, Mary Martin, Daniel Arnot, King Fai Yeung, Way Chan, Toh Pin Tan List of Silver Seal Membersg Gabrielle Allen Daniel Arnot Janos Balog Juliet Barba Clara Chan Kin Kee Chan Delly Chiu Janet Chow Ronald Chun Sandra Chung Ushaben Desai Linda Fong Ruby Fong Leslie Gee Timothy Ginn Paul Haynes Kristina Ho Collin Jew Donna Jung Marian Kung Liana Lam Christofer Lee Daniel Lee Liz Lee Winnie Lee Ling Yan Grace Leung Jennie Lim Byron Ling Fred Lofrano Mary Martin Mike Mustacchi Sandy Mui Doris Randolph Bobby Nietes Victoria Ng Daniel Quan Alexander Tam Dennis Tom Rulan Tom Yvonne Tom Joyce Toy Sina P.K. Tsang Alice Tsai Debbie Wong Kathy Wong Donna Woo Jenny Wu Daphne Yee King-Fai Yeung Helen Yuen W do i L togeth lness 1 1 -fo 'ld T vlll Kneeling: William Chie, Wanda Chu, Tina Louie, Amy King, Fung Jing Ng, Liana Lem, Kathy Wong, Anna Lee, Shirley Tam, Standing: Thomas Shea, Joe Louie, Nancy Lee, Ronald Chun, Sina Tsang, Anthony Tam, Delly Tse, Yan Wong, Janice Yu, Linda Wong, Cindy Chan, Joyce Toy, Shirley Chang, Louise Lee, Wilson Tam, Allen Mark, Fred Lew. Q 01 n Ml vfffrgm Q The Chinese Culture Club started off this year with 40 active members under the leadership of Thomas Shea. Some major projects were: Chinese translation in an elementary school during the Teacher and Parent Conference meetingsf setting up a Christmas party for 700 kids at Holiday lnnf organizing a Chinese New Year assembly for the schoolf and repainting the benches in the Courtyard in honor of the School's Rededication. Some social activities included picnics, bar- becues, and dances. The Club concluded the year with a Chinese banquet. l l 01 i eople-culture 'Wh-. M, . .mnsu-1lll"'gN The Spanish and French clubs consists of students from each of the foreign language classes. Everyone has been very active in each of the clubs with fund raising activities such as bake sales. Both clubs are trying to raise enough money to have a special ethnic dinner. The Clubs also attempt through field trips to gain insight into the culture they are studying. As an example, Pictured Below, is the Spanish club visiting a Spanish museum in the city. No group pictures were available because of Galileo's split schedule-split campus but everyone is pitching in to make this a successful term. Fun activities are included with their serious business of raising money. ij 5' I, ,. , P it B ,, opportuniti ilk The Career Center hopes to serve the students of Galileo in six areas: 1 . Speakers Forum: invite speakers from government industry, labor, and the pro- fessions to our school. 2 . Career Guidance: serve as an information clearing house relative to careers and their relevance to school programs. 3 . Job Placement: serve to coordinate the job placement function at Galileo . Curriculum Development: to Students from Electronics and Physics classes visiting NASA at Sunnyvale. 4 - develop units to be included in various subject matter areas . "We Feature The TeaCher": a weekly half-hour program in which one teacher discusses his field with a group of interested students . 6 . Career Goals: an orientation program for all 10th graders . 5. Students take interest in guest speakerg Inflight Attendant June Baker from United Airlines. 5 .es C. ' . sip! -. Feast class listening to speakers ,ff-"""' Galileans making observations at the Ames Research Center. -was , Executive Chef Arne Pedersen from the Sir Francis Drake Hotel speaks to Gelileo students. 0 0 C8 :- '-all G :- Q W .E Sit SS l'0 red c 92 people if Youth in first aid program For two consecutive years, Galileo Red Cross youth volunteers have been actively involved in helping others. The "Twins" program which started two years ago is geared to held "NewIy arrived" Asian youths in becoming familiar with their new environment. This objective was inplemented through a one-to-one relationship with another Galileo Red Cross Youth Volunteer. During the past year, this group of sixty students have carried out numerous service projects to both the young and the old in different communities. The most exciting project was entertaining approximately 400 aging people at the San Francisco Senior Citi- zen Center during Christmas. Along with the Twins Program this year, Galileo also had a Red Cross Club. Under the leadership of lVlrs. Chang, this group of students have participated in several types of service. The lVIulti- lVIedia First Aid Program was one of their successful projects. Through their activ- ity five Galileo students became trained first aid instructors. In turn, these certi- fied instructors taught more than 45 stu- dents the basic knowledge of first-aid and accident prevention. During Christ- mas, the club raised over 5100.00 through donations and a car wash to buy toys for needy children. ln April, 55 students participated in the Annual Red Cross Fund Drive. A 15 mile walk-a- thon which started at Gaileo and finished at Galileo, raised approximately S1000 . Youth serving elderly "Merry Christmas" yelled Patrick Chew h lpin peopl Common everybody! Lets sing. ' I vi' C "Silent Night", "HoIy Night". - -ff A Christmas Party f0Y Children ffom the C0mmUn'fY- During a first-aid practice session. Connie Wan who is the 93 victim receives first-aid for her "fractured forearm" from Nam-Ching Wans. 'hi 01 1 94. ltt rm Front Row CL. to RJ: Coach White, Fred Lefrano fPresidenti, Mike Nlustacchi CVice-Presidenti, Joaquin Lezama Center Row: Eugene Choi, Kevin Fong, Chuck Fuller Gar Polich Steven Full B ck Ro : D' A I t Clarence Tom, Mark Hagreen, Eric K. Yee. 6111's Outstanding .Athletes VARSITY FOOTBALL Dino Angelosante-Block Paul Avedano-Blockp All-City Robert Chadwick-4th Star, All-City Craig Davidson-2nd Star Douglas Evans-Block IVIark Ferguson-2nd Star, All-City Chuck Fuller-Block Joe Green-Block Gilbert Lopez-Block Terry lVIcGiII-Star Lenny Moreci-Star Richard Powell-2nd Star Glen Rendelman-Block Ted Reyes-Block MaShawn Robinson-2nd Star, All-City Reggie Rhodes-Block Jim Rodriquez-Block Kelvin Steele-3rd Star, All-City Ray Tolliver-Block Harold Vance-Block Dennis Watts-Block VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Domonique Carron-Block Eugne Choi-Star Eric Yee-Block , y , er, a w mo nge osan e, Robert Yee SOCCER Ernesto Avelar-2nd Team All-City Joe Lui-Block Fred Lofrano-3rd Team AII-City 125 BASKETBALL Anthony Artis-Block Carlos Bustamente-Block, All-City Tim Cole-Block Kevin Daily-Block Julian Latham-Block Dwight lVIcNaughten-Block Steven Ng-Block Adulpho Ramos-2nd Star Kenny Woo-Block, All-City 115 BASKETBALL Kevin Fong-Block Anthony Corpuz-Block William Lee-Block, All-City Shah Nejade-Block Subash Patel- Block, All-City John Woods-Block, All-City Robert Yee-Block award ali vm age football team Iauds Wayne Beaslyr as i V L ' V ' 1 1 A -t1,:1.g,,,g., gi . L . if . ,. . Av i I fa wx.. Q6 ZS.. -:Z-" E1 ka t 9 David St. John receiving award for MVP ini -2 Ti wp! IVIr. Cooney ""55aquin Lezama presenting an award to Cross Country coach 3 I I . . A :,,.,,,.. Wg.-R---Myra: l .. ' CFOSS COUNTY f"0m MV- C00neY -L f ' Paul Avedano takes All-City tackle honors l K - K nw E k KE f rbe' , , W. K K yy,r c 4 t I W Algglyiyn ,,-, Steiltefc proudly accepts Outstandi from K if ing Senior Athelete Award lfaiiqziii I I i Llvvd. white. i ,H-'-'V3F5itY , mou- Nw A 1 'hi 96 It 'oi-2 OO Then .5- 'FU The Galileo Nlath Club is dedicated to improving the quality of mathematical education at Galileo. They have discussed mathemat- ically oriented problems and gone on field trips to other schools. ln the fu- ture, the club hopes to be able to discuss with mem- bers ofthe math department student ideas and problems in the teaching of math. i... Math Club members: Standing, Luke Ciamboli, Dean Reeve, Maisy Chin, lVIr. Baker, lllanchy Yeh, Sara Yeh, Nlr. Guittard, Mrs. Nichols, lVlr. Piazza. Seated: Stanley Sear- lng, anc ' y Wong, Lily Shen. gi 4 Research in Science Library. lVIr. Knoell explaining a problem in Geometry. A. Li 11 w N w u ' Jin-fftflitif . ..... .. - it tii, Q., . at-'Q am r . f, -5 els ' c :Tr 54 , . A , : ' l X' al A Sea-ifeeelwlfrw A Special trip to Wilson High School to work on com puter problems. L-R: Stanley Searing, Raymond Chu, Donald Fung, Howard Chan, Richard Polley, Patrick Lee, lVlr, Baker. mabuha lst Row Kneeling- Vernon Nocon, Joel Morris, Enrique Kabahit. Znd- Araceli Romero, Juliet Barba, Nemcy Morris, Miss Daphne Luke, Evageline Cual, Charles Choy, Dina Pastones, Merlyn Achacoso Hecely Kalagayan. 3rd- Daniel Salansang, Daniel Arnot, Rey Vinas, Leo Dincong The sponsor of the club is lVliss Luke. Filipino club has had some fund raising events during the year. Just be- fore Christmas we had a very successful Christ- mas Dance. We had some great ideas about raising money . The club had a bake sale, car wash, and a very successful caramel apple sale . We hope to become a great club and get together with other school's Filipino club. We hope the future Fili- pino club members will keep up the good work and continue to improve the club . Just before the Christmas vaca- tion the Filipino club had an out- standing dance. Over a hundred students came to enjoy the music of "City Lights" and the fine vocal work of Yvonne Geli who is a senior at Galileo High school . The dance was held in the Girls Gym and a fine time was had by all as we danced until well after midnight. Ph do 1 do he i 97 1 0? 1 0? 98 K lil lrwsse-1 4 s rvice fun r-w.as,A,1hWaErt' K Harriet Lem plays the butterfly harp for senior citizens at Chinatown as Margie Yee looks on. Kathy Wong -- service with a smile! Top Row: Mrs. Ansel, Mrs. Mullin, isponsorsl, Sandra Fong, Margie Yee, Donna Woo, Juliet Barba, Ushaben Desai, Joyce Toy, Cheryl Hill, Harriet Lem. 2nd Row: Carol Wong, Kathy Wong, Nora Wong. 3rd Row: Doris Randolph, Donna Jung, Evelyn Cual. 4th Row: Yvonne Tom, Liz Lee. Missing From Picture: Dana Chu, Paula Lobe, Mary Vistica, Mirian Jo, Helen Yuen, Mirian Kung. ,,,..-af Fall '75 officers: dent, Joyce Toy, treasurer. Yvonne Tom, historian Cheryl Hill, president Evelyn Cual, secretary Dana Chu, vice- pres: s eech I s Kneeling: Mrs. Haynie, Jerome Johnson, Liz Herrera. Left to Right 1st Row: Michelle Waugh, Barbara Jones, Tina Blodgett, Greg Rovenski, Eva Balog, Jessie Mah, Susan Balog. 2nd Row: Bobby Nietes, Sharow Mah, Doris Randolph, Daniel Lee, Carol Anti, Lavra Zieman. 3rd Row: Dwight Haldane, Jands Balog, Kevin Joe, Tommy Martin, Randy Booth. Missing: Doug Dexter, Kathy Gilmer, Julie Hing, Ana Koc. Laura Zieman- 2nd place opti- mists club oratory. These students represented Galileo in speech tournies at De Anza High, Richmond, Nov. 22: Piner High, Santa Rosa, Dec. 13: EI Cerrito Iggtjh, Feb. 21, and Pinole Valley high, March Their events were as follows: Oratory: Michelle Waugh, Tina Blodgett, Doris Eandolph, Carol Anti, Lavra Zieman, Julie ing. Girls Impromptu: Barbara Jones. Programmed Reading: Greg Rovensk, Dovg Dexter, Daniel Lee, Sharon Mah, Ana Koc, Kathy Gilmer. Humorous Interpretation: Eva Balog, Bobby Nietes, Tommy Martin. Dramatic Interpretation: Randy Booth, Jessie Mah, Susan Balog. Boys Impromptu: Dwight Haldane, Kevin Joe. In addition the debate team of Doug Dexter and Dwight Haldane represented Galileo at Casa Grande High School, Petaluma, Jan. 17 and at Berkeley High School, Feb. 28. They won first place in debate at the latter tourney. Michelle Waugh and Julie High also debated at Berkeley. Michelle Waugh- 3rd place Chinese- American citizens oratory. Ph P1 T do O T 99 0? 1 1 01 1 100 X - hall of f It was a night to remember for 270 Galileo graduates and friends'at the second Galileo Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner at the S.F. Athletic Club on May 21, 1976. The excited group of "oId timers" were there to honor seven great Galileo Lions. Dario Lodigiani i '34J and Vince Gianni i'45l were honored for baseball and soccer. Football noteables Rod Franz i '4OJ and Roy Barney i '457 were also inducted. Olympic gold medalists Grover Klemmer! '39J was honored for track herocis while Ann Curtis K '42J was cheered for being such a graceful sea lion. Inducted into the coaches' divis- ion of Hall of Fame was Tom "The 'T x 7 J 3 I fl-1 rg-, ...H YK R' 4, Rm.. Dario Logigiani '34, Rod Franz '40, Ann Curtis '42, Coach Tom "The Fox" DeNike, M.C. Vice Tringali, O.J. Simpson '66, Chairperson Tom Johnson '47, Grover Klemmer '38, and Vince Giani '45, Fox" DeNike. DeNike coached the Galileo Lions' basketball teams for 37 years until his retirement in 1959. The "baby" of the inductees was football great O.J. Simpson, from the Class of 1966. Last year Geno Cimoli, Frank Lucchesi, Hank Lusetti, Freddie Scolari, and Richard Tong were in- ducted into the Hall of Fame. Former Galileo principal and football coach, Ras Johnson was installed as Head Coach of the Hall of Fame. All the inductees were presented a roaring Galileo Lion Mascot. Both dinners were to raise funds for the Galileo Alumni Scholarship Foundation. 3 ir,-. O.J. trying to eat his dinner. Tom Johnson '47, Chairman of the Hall of Fame Committee, looks on with Grover Klemmer '39 and Vince Gianni '45, Judge Jack Erotla '44 and former Galileo principal and Coach Ras J oh nson. 1' presentative Executive Council takes a break. M '2i.wl,t,,.Q, ' With!" l -' ' ' ?WWmmomvw Galileans meet with state superintendent Riles' Commission to better education. 9 , wir , 5, 4 , r .t W ,u. rnvafhddlsst Q 'W Ley 011939.-. 1 T N l Y 'T T A if L i gt, . e t It-.i,L,,W3 . N .lf Ar: Egg 'Mt ' ME' l ' """"++-.. yt .1 . - '11 V Qghj rgtw J, I M we Wm 'Wi i '5l1gMQl A V " Mali W -f GCOD WORK It isn't hard to find. See your Coast Guard Recruiter. 11 3rd Street San Francisco, Ca. Fred Lofrano, Doris Ran- dolph, Mr. Gardin, Liz Lee, Cheryl Hill, Steven Low, Randy Booth, Donna Jung, Mary Martin, Tommy Martin, Paula Lobe, Nora Wong, Yvonne Tom, Greta Rausse, Tommy Shea, Juliet Barba, Mirian Jo, Mr. Mahoney, Doug Dexter. The student council has worked silently but effectively to let teachers and administrators know not only what we want but at times what we de- mand. Mr. Mahoney, our advisor has helped us by teaching us how the school government works and introducing us to parlimentary procedure which has made our meetings much more ef- fecient and worthwhile. "Thanks", and to our juniors, do another good job next year." The school is depending on the student leaders not only to bring to its at- tention needed changes and the desires of the student body but to follow through with suggestions of methods to bring about these changes. FY- do do 1 T out ' We "'i'ir?'Wgj-l, , . Y fi ' www if I 4 me e C f . A W A A A I , MM, , ' ll- H :N V lr A. l H? ,w?,rifrl, ,?r,.r - V It iw. L., 1 id 1 102 T 1 service Left to Right: Anna Koc, Mrs. Haynie tsponsorl, Charles Sherman, Randy Booth, Daniel Lee, Janos Balog, Mary Martin, Mr. Nelson,CMarina Lions Club Repre- pu The Leo Club is a service organization of civic minded stu- dents at Galileo. It is sponsored by the Lions Club of San Francisco and its purpose is to do volunteer work to help the needy and dis- abled people in the community. This term, because of the city, transportation strike and other in- terrupting things, the club was not able to do as much as it would have liked. However it did engage in some fund-raising activities to help out our Forensics team. sentativel. ,, A Left to Right: Brenda Tam, Carol Wong, Rowena Dea, Ruby Woo, Daniela Lenci, Susana Ng, Amy Mar, Left to Right Seated: Barbara Jonestpresidentl, Mirian JotSec-Treasl, Sponsor Marlys Eriksen, Joycelyn Doo. ,L Q' , ,af SU The Health Careers Club provides an opportunity for students to learn more about careers in the health field. This is accomplished by listening to speakers, touring health institutions, seeking written information from var- ious agencies and sharing information in club discussion. Events this past school year have included bake sales, Christmas caroling, a picnic and partici pation in the spring festival. gal' r d dication Drill team performing for ceremony. After completing four years of recon- struction, to meet earthquake standards, 52-year old Galileo High is being reunited into one school. The band, ROTC, gym- nasts, and dancers from Galileo appeared in O.J. Simpson Stadium before the re- unified 2000-person student body, much of which has been dispersed among temporary Ft. Mason, during the classroom recon- struction period. Among distinguished Galileo alumni attending, were members of the Board of Education, state and local government, and a member of GaIiIeo's charter graduating class of 1925, Frances Engle, now of Seattle. Doing the Charleston. IVlr. Tonglprincipall presenting Frances Engle the picture of the graduating class of 1925, ,M-.. kt .2 Alumni awaiting next performers. Richard Hongisto, S. 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Henry Schlutz, returning from the sophomore team looks extremely promising and should develop into one of Gal's top stars next year. 1 John Mixon. 107 1 1 O 108 hoopsters 5 ii f il Mi Eaiiiii -Belew, L to R: Bottom Row: Anthony Corpuz, Troy lVlar, Robert Yee, Glen Chai, Tyrone Thomas, William Lee and Johnny Woods. Top Row: L to R: Coach Michael Carson, Subhash Patel, Kevin Fong, Leslie Howard, Keith Hazell, Shah Nejade and AlJohn Nlonteclaro. Keith Hazell Dazzles Opponents Glen Chai Snatches Rebound Home TEAM VISITOR il Galileo 90 Wilson 46 if McAteer 43 Galileo 50 1 O'Connell 44 Galileo 66 Z T Lincoln 29 Galileo 72 it Galileo 44 Lowell 45 I Galileo 88 Balboa 76 Galileo 91 Mission 59 Washington 62 Galileo 89 ti ' 9 Playoff and Championship Galileo 85 McAteer 41 Lowell 59 Galileo 52 Galileo 115's Continued the chool's tradition of excellence in light- eight basketball by finishing second ehind Lowell. The 115's excellent ecord was marred by the lone loss to owell. The Indians took advantage fthe Lion's sluggish start and slowly uilt up a lead they never relenquished. n the playoffs, the two teams met gain, this time the Lions surged into he lead but suffered a setback when ll-City Johnny Woods, Gal's leading corer and All-City Subhash Patel, our efensive machine fouled out with inutes to go. Lowell, taking advan- age of Gal's misfortune, edged into he lead and went to take the f, ,, ,, 1 f"fai.,5,,WmmwNn 2, Coach Carson Huddles With First String ilifi asf E 1+ iii. add 1 4 . AlJohn Smokes Wilson's Top lVlan W iw Johnny Woods Penetrates Through Wilson's Almost Unpenetratable Defense Lions Leap, Lowell Loses 109 id 01-I 110 Jiliwii l Univ! liirlifmlf hill .awww-F -v"""r, 'W' ,Llp J ' JZ' ' A 'W 'X 1... ...,,.T J A " X .. ,,ii...,4g. Gs '1,g:?Lg, y A Ni T 5 ,AM or --.. ig, , Coach Carson, Steven Ng. Dwight McMozton, Keven Daily, Ken Woo, Tim Cole, Anthony Artis, Carlos Bustamente, Adolfo Ramos, Julian Lathen. ,guanin- Q' Ti li I Q l 1. A., 1 A A o,,, -2 5, . . H ,'5y4l, :Ava-,sm-sw, ,. ,,. iwwy- Tim Cole out rebounds everybody. Tim Cole out jumps opponent G l. 0 .- 92 D46 Wilson 75 lVlcAteer 35 97 O'Conn. 36 90 Lincoln 41 75 Lowell 49 102 Bal. 46 59 Mission 54 71 Wash. 70 Gal. Playoff 55 - 56 lost Gal. Championship 53 - 50 Won! 41 Galileo 125's City Champs, coached by Nlr. Carson, placed two members on the All-City First Team. Carlos Busta- mente, and Kenny Woo. Carlos hot hand and fine defensive play led the team in scoring with his 17.2 average. Ken Woo, Gal's fine all around player, was out- standing on defense, a great rebounder CMOS dflve foffwf' and fine floor general. He richely de- sired First Team All City Honors. 4 GaliIeo's team was behind many times 5 during the season, but always started a late game rally to win. A good example was our thrilling win over Mission in ,,. Q, the Championship game. With two minutes remaining, Nlission held a 50-44 ad- vantage only to see Galileo rally to win 215: f'?-SA lightweight basketball crown Carlos at the foul Ime V, Fast Break Gal's huddle. 111 1 l id 3 'B 0? Q 3-I 112 defense. lst Row-41 Darryl Mayo, 30 Charles Suber, 60 Renaldo Meyers, 64 Robert Chadwick, 10 Calvin Steele, 42 Richard Powell, 70 Lenny Moreci, 12 Craig Davidson, 51 Terry McGill, 24 Dennis Watts. 2nd Row-61 Jim Rodriquez, 32 Gilbert Lopez, 75 Dino Angelosante, 62 Robin Rosenberg, 82 Chuck Fuller, 11 Cahill Mahoney, 36 Ray Tolliver, 48 Thomas Martin, 84 Douglas Evans, 28 Cordell Bradley, 88 Mashawn Robinson. 3rd Row-79 Mark Hagreen, 74 Robert O'NeiIl, 86 Steve Fuller, 65 Reggie Rhodes, 72 Christopher Misa, 71 Joe Green, 50 Paul Avedono, 85 Gary Polich, 45 Harold Vance. 4th Row-81 Robert Quarles, 46 Phillip Barroca, 76 Bryan Webster, 40 Buck Ellis, 26 Glenn Rendlemen, 22 Wayne Beasley, 44 John Herrara, 20 Mark Ferguson, 14 Ted Reyes. Galileo had a fine season with a 5-2 record. The team was supposedly washed up because of the loss of Nlarkey Crane and Angelo Dillon. A team picked to finish at the bottom of the barrel. The no name defense of Galileo, so called because of the loss of all-city Markey Crane and Angelo Dillon, led the way for Galileo this year. They were truly awesome, considering the way they held opposing- teams to a meager 10 .1 pt. per game average. ln the gameagainst Lowell, the defense allowed the Indians 27 points in the first half. But in the second-half, the defense stiffened up and the offense, starting to find the rhythum, scored 28 points to upset the Indians. 0'Connell's hopes for a playoff spot were seriously demished by the exciting and superb comeback of the Lions. The Lion's defensive lineman had their arms around the quarterback so often, they all could have been engaged. The defense contained every drive by 0'Connell and then the offense moved the ball with authority. Result: Gal - 48, 0'Connell - 6. Unfortunately in the first round of the playoffs, Gal was upset by Lincoln. A team they had beat earlier in the season. The lions had 4 all-city players this year with Robert Chadwick on offense and de- fense, Kelvin Steele on offense, Mark Ferguson on offense and Nlashawn Robinson on defense. It was a very good year for coach White and the team. ,Q lv I if U Q Wi if 52? I fs 1, 4 .nm f' A .av , ,p, A- ,L, , ,, 515, ,Q , 1+ ww! , W, V., , ,, , WW, A b L-. V N ' W"L , K ,A ,, 9: Q 6 I 1,- . Q .. uw .fabig ,W ,uv , ,Q 'J' ., .. ,,f ..,.n. Q Wayne Beasley rom ps for good yardage. Another spectacular grab by Buck Ellis Moresi, Ellis, Avedono and Mesa opens daylight for runningback Steele. Who did you say lost his contact? 0 - i' my eWy,we-weLfrfefxayzaizgyef- , , , , .1 - E.iQ1fE3"3 Ztefgtril We ,,,,. , , Maloney gets one off. Steel TD-nobody even near. 5 ,'!'j. uf GaIiIeo'S line about to hang Lowell out to dry. GaI'si9f1! Reliable Ferguson kicks for an extra point 1 ...f-9 .ax MMU, . .14 , M f 59111 '1 new 'H-. Top Sophomore Football: 64 Kennedy Rosenbergg 63 Tony Rodesp 56 Arnold Simmonsg 65 Vince Nlorecip 50 Darryl Hunter. 2nd Row: 76 Rory Smithg 84 Ted Welchg 40 Leroy Hollmsp 35 Wallace Benardp most valuable back 20 Leonard Thompsong 16 Rudy Guajardop captain, 29 Roy Smally, capt., and most inspirational playerg 86 Charles Ollie: 44 Randy Guice, captain, and most valuable lineman. 3rd Row: David Royg 74 Pat Lutichensong 73 Tom Locerinp 70 Joe Resekg 52 Robin Laiwag 62 Erine Smith: 24 Lorenzo Racklinp 48 Paul Nlerritt. Front Row: 46 Fred Harrisonp 80 Norman Payng 48 Derrick Casyg 88 Pat Betchellig 33 Leon Clark. Leonard Thompson punting: Galileo's sophomore team had a etter than .500 record this season. hey came out with a 4-3-1 season hich was good. However much more mportant than having a winning sea- on was the fine team spirit which evelopecl this year. Box Score al. 1 Lincoln 0 iforfeitl al. 15 Lowell 26 al. 18 O'Connell O al. 6 Mission 6 al. 12 Mc Ateer 14 al. 13 Washington 12 al. 6 Bal boa 22 al. 18 Wi I son 12 Thompson picks up good yardage on reverse. Smally gets hand-off from Guice for some good yardage. 'U i Q 9? 1 ck and il tl' .i .1 Q, discus, hurdles, shot put, gunna 1st Row L to R: Coach White: Rudy Guice: SP-D: Milton Weaver: 440 R All City: Tommy Martin: 120 HH: Joaquin Lezama: 2 mile: Cordell Bradly: 440: Michael Clark: 880: Wallace Bernard: 100-220 City Champ: Roosevelt Martin: 440R All City: Coach Bologna. 2nd Row L to R: Gary Polich: SP-D: Bryon Webster: SP: Gene Hilyard: PV: Leonard Thompson: PV 440 R All City: Clarence Tom: 2 mile: Kevin Fong: PV: Ray Tolliverz PV: Kennedy Rosenberg: PV Doug Evans: HJ: Dennis Watts: LJ. 3rd Row L to R: Darryl Rodman: 880: Nolan McCoy: LJ: Richard Smith: HH-LH: Roy Smalley: LJ: Charles Ollie: PV-TJ1 Maurice Cooper: 880: Darrell Hunter: SP: Lorenaz Racklin: HH-LH: Joseph Polite: 2 mile: Eric Yee: mile Row 4 L to R: Dino Angelosante: D: Eugene Choi: 880: Gary Deerfied: 2 mile: David St. John: Mile-2 mile: Kevin Hartzog: SP: Reggie Rhodes: D-SP: Jon Bloom: MGR Coach White and the Galileo track team have been steadily improving over the past three years . Although Galileo is the only high school in San Francisco without its own track and must travel to City College or use the football field, this has not stopped our team from having one of its finest season in many years. For the first time in the school's history Galileo defeated Washing- ton.With ourundefeated sophomore team providing the varsity squad with extra talent it looks like Coach White has started another dynasty to go along with Gal's football: lightweight basket- ball and wrestling winners . Some of those "fantastic" juniors now on the squad who will return are Tommy lVlartin-hurdles: Kevin Fong-pole vault: Gary Polich-discus and David St. John- mile. Look out Balboa-Galileo has arrived . l mile, triple jump, relay, pole vault, . . 4 -, QF, X . wx .,-. si ,Q F rv 'fi' -as " ' e We 1' .allows aflilfi' Q., , . ., 2 ' - K in , fb a. if J if-il Q 2 Q S f L ' ' ' Q l . CD Q " ' - , J' ,'-. 'Ll if 1 1. i . QQ" 4, f if ' ' i' lQ'Qf'5" ' 'l m , eele, i ,.f.,,.,. ' .ce.m W ' " r A A 'Lf eeee ' Galileo - off to a good start. Tommy outflies Eagles. 1' dwg. J Easy first and second for Thompson and Lorenzo. 440 Relay school record breaker, Milton Weaver 142.5 sec.l Discus thrower Harlan Sam lbui he's too Gene Hilyard charging at the pole vault. Webster straining to reach the goal. 119 shy to face the camera!! f ' v-I 1-1 G we GJ rn QB 'B 01 Q 3-4 Q3 120 dunkers ,, ..,,ShmN , "'5s Gal gets the tip Pedro Brito drops two L. to R. Back: Warren Pierce, Mashawn Robinson, Pedro Brito, Mark Shoats, Robert IVlcGhee, Front: Ben Loften, Ted Bolden, Shoats eludes the defense Michael Kidd, Doug Woods The lions had a rather disappointing 1-7 record this year. Warren Pierce who lead in overall scoring averaged thirteen points per season in addition to blocking shots and rebounding. Michael Kidd, IVlashawn Robinson and Douglas Woods contributed significantly in individual effort. Un- fortunately the lions were unable to put forth a team effort. Next season looks promising for the lions as six juniors will be returning for revenge. r i r u Two for Mashawn Robinson Warren Pierce at the line .1 Getting ready Michael Kidd tries for two Doug Woods on the break ballers www 1 ' vi l -H 0 m ,X If KJ 'ms- l l 71 2 .os , or Dean Hinton skies for tip Before game strategy - r fgf ,, Us ,S , Q sh , . 1-4. 1 , , g NE ,. , X I H ,nm ,. so , t S I f ' l -sn. 4 0 F CQ .X Hinton at the charity line The Junior Varsity had a 3-5 record this season and like i i the varsity was plagued with inconsistency . Mitchell lVlus- i d i' grove and Dean Hinton were the Key players that always iaosed a threat to the other teams on both defense and of- Nom Mccoy mes fo, two ense . ' A .4 ,,,,......a. 2 , a l . i N Xxwi: ' Sam Seto leading offense ,--""""'MS im W M fix :Shawn b,,, ,W , ,,., ,NNNMM S ,,,. Seto battles for rebound QNX- , AQWVV'-e-M, 'vm K ,, 5. Xi 5 X- XX A-f"'M .--" ., Mitchell Musgrove aids in assist in illlllllllllllllllilll if . 1 M M.-f...,-.. a... ,M-,..... W, 'lliiliff Iii if M., D ye Left to Right Standing: David St. John, Mitchell Musgrove, Lawrence Matisa- vich, Dean Hinton, Roger Duboce, Sam Seto. Front Row: Kevin Hartzog, Roy Smally, David Noland, Herb Martinez, Norman Payne, Nolan McCoy U"'U' David Nolan Q 0- 1 ill on '90 124 dribblin Front Row Left to Right: Joyce Brown, Maria Toquero, Jeannie Hager, Valarie Duncan, Dana Chu, Cheryl Myers. Back Row Left to Right: Sheree Snead, Vinell Swain, Brenda Gilbert, Chanda Allen, Arlene Moore. Valerie Duncan jumping ball. The Girls Basketball team won the Double Round Robin Championship losing 2 games. One to Lowell and the other to lVlcAteer. Coach Eisen is proud to have such a fine team to work with. They have done their best and she would like to have them back next season . 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V .. f,,,,,fy1fss...- K, P K V we .arf ' .,..w""' The throw to first: Out! 1 f GA L 2 3 6 10 2 4 8 1 11 3 3 2 6 10 5 Coach Setting giving instructions Lincoln Lincoln Balboa Washington Washington Balboa Mission McAteer McAteer O' Connell O' Connell Lowell Lowell Wilson Wilson '-.e":.':.-sg as-f4 , W' " FCM it -v Ae ' rf, Mark Ferguson 8 Q The Lions baseball team had an overall sea- 4 son standing of seven wins and nine loses. 4 Lloyd Sherwood and Mark Ferguson were the 3 key players in the team. Seven of the twelve 4 varsity players will be returning next year, so 1 with some good talent searching by Coach 11 Setting, the Lions will surely be included in 1 the tough playoff competition . . 1? 8 . 127 hitters l 1 0 Q I I 9? 128 Sitting: Coach Robert Lee, Manager Ray Mah, Robert Jay, Robert Yee, Keith Clark, Eddie Myers. Standing: Rob rt Laiwa, Steve Paulsen, Steven Starch, Robert Chu, Paul Merritt, Nolan McCoy, Norm Payne The J.V. team had an outstanding season winning 5 and losing only 3 . With seven sophomores on the team, Galileo's baseball future looks very bright indeed. Robert Chu, Steven Starch, Robert Yee, Eddie IVIyers, Nolan lVIcCoy, and Robert Jay are sure future varsity players . Outstanding players are: Robert Chu-hitter, Eddie IVlyers-fielder. Pitching record-Steven Starch 3-1 Eddie Myers 2-2 Box-Score Galileo 12 Wilson 14 Mission forfiet 15 Balboa 7 6 Lincoln 5 9 Lowell 5 8 Washington 13 8 lVIcAteer 17 5 O'Connell 4 Mr. Robert Lee, JV Coach, set line-up Third basemen Robert Yee handle hard grounder :Quai Qhsdq or Second baseman Robert Chu waites for catcher's throw First baseman Paul Merritt warming up GZ., K .wSf' ' S U... is M W 'Yf"fN W ,ggi -, .V .V . me 4 ds? V., :dvr -iv ' Manager Ray Mah loosen infield-up Starting pitcher Steve Starch in perfect form th swinge 1 01 130 W Steve Fuiller, GaI's number one swinger Edmund Lam attacking as Lowell retreats r. l. F' I a A bx L g, Kneeling: George Kitrinos, Tom Lourin. Standing: Joe Rezak, Steve Fuller, James South and Couch W. Johnston Left to Right: David Chin, Edmund Lam, Michael Nlustacchi receiving instruction. ., maxim V gg, ef. Q N - 2 E' 9 on guard it 9 E 4 l trik !!! f L ,z r,g".,.:,f. Q ' I is, g xfssgf ff f 1 '?'3i?'.ef5??eiii?4s3i Y in Wray Front Row: Dennis Yee, Diana Chow, Meryln Achacoss, Mey Morris, Cindy Phippips, Anna Lew, Janet Yee, Lena Louie, Minnie Yee, Back Row: Suzanna Ng, Elsie Woo, Ruby Woo, Joycelyn Doo, Healy Kalagayan, Alice Paule, Donna DeSantis, Rebecca Arrigotti, April Williams, Maryanne Chung, Jo Shu Wu, Dallas Mah, Virachai Chaimanont, Karen Lee, Michael Lum, Ronald Chun 'K """'m-..,, 1. , 'Ii' ' E. X., Sandy Ng clears the gutter Karen Lee: "maybe it's a strike!" Susanna Ng has a seven - ten split L it 131 hooters Top Row: Hussien Bolourchi, Steve Strach, Fred Lofrano, Gordon Kwan, Richard Chin, Nolan lVlcCoy, Michael Hanna, Thomas Shea, Nlasayuki lVlori, Joseph Lui, Kevin Shum. Bottom Row: Coach Nick-Camera, Lloyd Sherwood, Ernesto Avelar, Duk Su Taesao Pak, Vu Nquyen, Cervan Parnda, Marvin Rodrigues. It was a long, up-hill season for GaIileo's team. Although they were some-what disapointed in only getting one tie and no victories, the sea- son was not totally wasted. As with all young, inexperienced teams their is a need to build up a team type effort. This is what Gal's team did after losing most of its stars to graduation last year. Cervando Parnda gives the ball a swift left kick. Although the team did not win, there were some good individual efforts made. Our offensive starwas Ernie Avelarwho scored three ofGal's six season goals. And our defence, we had some plays from Lloyd Sherwood who with more ex- perience will develope into a fine all-around player. Ernesto Avelar "come on ball, get going." l Thomas Shea drlbblmg down field. . . J ,L . , .1 Q, - - " 31. M , , . . .. , A ferpvfv. Taesao Pak boots one down field. Ernesto Avelar on the move. Cervando Parnda "Come on baby, let's do the twist.' .2 I 01 Q ill CB P 134 C Q -A-v 9' H competition .wi 'f f ff e"-ruff?-'1,"' i ' -ff sf s y gtlgi tj- iff' 'P n ' " 1 3 if ',iig?kf3g'l"' .ff 4' 1 2 asf't.fgf'raff,.,f-4a,.s jf V 4, '-way-' zfrif V -..lf 1 ' ,, ,','4,!gwd' fl y,Y,' uf ., ff, "V 99 5' f f, ' -Q., 7:-i."x,.g.f .,'gQV,w,,,5v y .,'iz,7l'1f'1'. . wit I in f ' ,Vf.','f.' A, ,. , 2, tw.. . . , ., '3"g'3" 271 'V 'Q v"l:f?f" 7'lf1t-.ni' P Q L. L' L' maife' 2 1'5" if','.f.' 'fl - 58.4. iii? 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Y. 1, V 5, f MV-ff, I3-5 ff! rl' ,.' 7, ,,- . ,I .. ,, W I Y 4 ' Vx ,', -1 VII - , . s Y .. ,z ,V 2 Q may J 6 .M-f'-'ff' . 27 ' Y uf ' -1 .P . ,,., " f ' ' . ' e " "' IJ f ' Mfwf rv ' ' 1---V - i Aiwa , M I ,f ag , 1, ,3 :.'I,' ,, ' W ' V J 'ff ' i Q, with I V !,4f,YZ'?Y". I , ,, gf' . , N, 1 J l ' v , ' N 1 7' ' .1 f"3f7g'-"in ,v' , J f, in I .. Nz, , rnkdrlrf ff v .f - i ' ' , f , "" 1 .' . " 'IQ 1 ,, I , , V- K, 4, .. ' 5 L ,MA , fx vt, 2: ,Mfr ffyf xr, l Our 991 doubles team of V. Asdourian 84 Bolourchi in action A' W' 47' T Gal's iltl seed Thomas Shea shows perfect form Peter Goetz demonstrates his backhand volley F ,,,, -l ":.fgg 'l ' . if ft: Q' l ,Wi Q, , , ry Mil . Al., . Q .g M k P .fi 1 S XM in T . J A 5 s 1 of-il? it e 1. ffl 1 K ' ,ix ,1 K . .heh A . . Qi.- ig . , ' Coach Camara keeping individual scores. Gal Galileo's Varsity Tennis Team consists of eleven players. How- O Lowell ever, only nine of these eleven 0 Wash players make up the official team. 1 NlcAteer In league matches, the top five 2 Mission are singles players and the next 3 Wilson four players are used as our 1st 4 Lincoln and 2nd doubles teams. Making up 6 Balboa this year's team are: lin ranked orderl ll Thomas Shea: 2l Paul Haynes: 35 Peter Goetzp 47 Van Navarro: 53 John Lee. We also have our fine doubles teams of: 11 Vahe Asdourian: Hossein Bolourchi: 2l Leslie Tom: Francis Chin. In addition to the first nine players are two more members: John Asdourian lmgt.l and Philip Tascon, a promising J.V. player. With this year's new coach Nick Camara, and one year of ex- perience, Gal's tennis team looks like a winner next year. strokers rf 1 .sefsampfj--1 wwvz 85,1 m ,mums i CT e-::'iff ' , "" .seg.,4,, . ,v ., ' , 1Q am to Q, f' do B Mandy Sedgewick getting ready for the 200 back-stroke. The Galileo Swim Team this year took third Team, Back Row: Susan Balog, Doug Dexter, Jaquin Lezama Doris third place in Alhcity with a.3 and 2 record' Randolph Randy Booth, Howard Chang. Front Row: Steve Garner Ga' was force to compet? agamst the two for Charlie Sullivan, Mike Wong, Robin Gibson, Paula Lobe Janos Blalog teams Ulzowell and Washmgtom before the Sitting: Coach Cooney. ' ' city stri e suspended the cornpetition and Not Pictured: Dan Hunt, Steve Earl, Eric Knef, Tyrone Wong, g hence never really had a fair shot at a better over-all record. Keith collins, David Nelen, Steve ' ,R 2 T 1 if Dombrowski. 1 Ig Doug Dexter getting ready to dive. -A Y ill . 222' 4- E wg? i ,V Ai 5' 4 ,M ,..,,. Q. :A Q , . ., m.. ,,95.,- - ,et , ,,,.e., ,f1-egifwe' it ii .p,,,i -W Q ,gi Q ,,f'- gw g,l ,J 5 w A . agp V1 . J If 'fffdk .Y " . , "'j,e1421,,,,, A - ' , Q ' , We 'Muuanw- 1 ,ee gg sea A 'S 1 i 1 i, T I 'SL ff!! 6 2, Eg, t e l ' Steve Garner in a bending dive. 1 ' fa ' T ' Af el 1 2 Q V e, V I Q, , ' vi a 'Q 6, ' - 4 i n 51.1-u . 1, Q f ,,. .. n f f, V ,Q 'S wi' 'M I N if t V . ! ." if ' T r ti i ,ve -' ,ef , ,1 ,. Randy Booth starting medly relay. ee, . , .. . ' ff 'W W' 0352.5 " 1 ffm Ig? S ' ' ' F Q' - ft l SM--I bfi 's ,,, 1-, , "' ', ' A 7-, 'rg 'Q -. ' ' Q .52 xg iz, ' """' Chris Bonin All-City winner in the 50 free-style. '-,K TW .Cv SNK 135 Janos Balog stroking in the 400 free-style. 01 1 ii Q 136 again Sitting: Charlie Sullivan, Darrell Jones, Sandy Ng, William Lee, Steve Garner, Julian Lathan, Billy Ying. Kneeling: Dan Hunt, Chuck Fuller, Janos Balog, Steve Fuller, Van Thompson, George Newton, Jamie Pineda. Standing: Mike Mustacchi, Thomas Shea, Steve Earl, Darryle Herbert, Mark Hagreen, Bob Chadwick. Paula Lobe, iMgr.l Coach Bologna. Mark Hagreen, Third All-City Unl. Pulls his opponent Chuck Fuller, Third All-City, 148 lb. In good form, back for a ' ' ' quick pln. Chuck keeps his man under wraps. Julian Lalzhan, Fourth-in-City, 129 lb. Julian attempts an 122 lb. Steve Garner, cradles his man for an easy six inside cradle. points, Ihre: Uma ,411-Qty C?l1amp will-67111 Khamp ,,, . J.: ,Wa . ,L ,WL, i Charlie Sullivan, 141 lb. All-City. Charlie and arm. Sandy Ng, 105 lb. This was Sandy's third consecutive season winning All- City, Hlzamp Dan Hunt, 136 lb. All-City. Using tight waist control, Dan pins his opponent from Lowell. Saturday, Feb. 28 was the highlight of the 1975-1976 Wrestling Season as the A.A.A. schools competed for the All- City Championship. Lowell High's gymnasium was packed with people who came to watch the 100 wrestlers compete for the first place spots and to see which team would unseat Lowell as the All-City Wrestling Champions. The mighty Lions of Galileo roared to the Championship with four first places, and for the second year in a row led the schools in Championship wrestlers. Sandy Ng, Dan Hunt, Charlie Sullivan, Bob Chadwick went undefeated in tough. competition. Galileo also took its third consecutive Championship in either Round- Robin or All-City competition. Final scores: Galileo-87, Washington 2nd with 86.25, Balboa 3rd with 81. Coach John Bologna has built up a dynasty in the three years that wrestling has been an A.A.A. sport in the City. His coaching and training of raw talent has been excellent. If more Galileo students go out for the team next year to replace the graduates, the dynasty will continue. Uwe Time All-Gity cfhamp shows his skill by pinning his man with a head I if ff 3 1' z rs- - , ,iss or ' f 7 i ,,,, , .Y ,,f.lg,gL,g4i ff' 5-by fj Janos Balog, 168 lb. Fourth-in-City. Attempt- Bob Chadwick, 178 lb. All-City. Bob trying to get around his opponent by ing to take his man down for two points. using a cross face. l 1 i 1 Z 0 i 3-I 91 138 lullujuun Standing-Left to Right-Joanne Chun, Patricia Lee, Theresa Chan, Mimi Chan, Theresa Sung, Pat Louie, Coach-Miss Siech Sitting-Left to Right- Anley Gee, Jeanette Dea, Mimi Wong, Grace Nueva, Arlene Chan 84 Isabel Fong A . W , 'if' Milf 13, w ' l , , tg Pars:1,paxziicafaiahigzrxmsaw.,get15,5 ,,,,W,3i.,fl ,tt , . .- 1, 1 ,,, . .. .. 1 E ' 1 Tia ' 1 Mimi Chan is at it again! , Pat Lee and Arlene Chan sets the ball to each other. GaI's competitive volleyball team has grown into a powerhouse in just three years of competition. Back in 1973 we did not even have a team and in just thre short years Gal has taken a third place all-city in 1974 and city championships in 1975 and 1976 . This year the team was led by Arlene Chan our most outstanding player and ranked no. 1 in San Francisco by all high school coaches, Mimi Chan no. 2 player in San Francisco and lVlamie Wong ranked no . 9. They were all-city selections. The only school to place three players on the all city squad . They swept through a perfect season rolling over seven straight opponents. Gal beat Lowell in the championship playoff 15-13, 14-16, and 15-12 . Each one of the girls showed great efforts and proved with their abilities that they could win the championship. As a team the girls competed with great strength. Miss Siech giving a pep talk to the team. :MMM a ,Q cw, . fr ,, . 1 5, fe , 3 3 QQ, K ,. 5 wg au.: , , stu.:-. ,f A Both teams are changing positions. ...W Pat Loule serving the ball. Grace successfully scores. , ,,,,,,, IK. .V In W , .A . Theresa Sung showing great effort. , vi-V VIA' g- , A . , 1 2 ,V , 5 r gg iv gr ' ' 5,8 W. Pat Lee spiking. O OZ id Q QS C P- 'QD 140 hi h flyers 2.QQFAMLYW-kwmwwwwgmmevwxwevsmfwwfdhwaaffawifwfww , , W , W. ,0- Galileo Gymnastic Competitors: Jeanette Batchelor, Gabrielle Allen, Korene Tom, Valerie Fong ,1--L Aft Lf my--.Q 11 . . f a t B B ? 'G .. ,, 2' Top Row L to R: Gabrielle Allen, Jeanette Batchelor, lVleIonie Bottom Row L to R: Valerie Fong, Korene Tom There is about 50 students enrolled in Modern Dance this term. The class provides basic instruction in technique, body placements, stretches, leaps, etc. The students have opportuni ties to create their own dance using popular or ethnic styles . One of the main objectives of the class is to develop individual experience through dance . Also it is hoped that the students will gain self-independence through performances at assemblies and other shows. graceful dances L-R Front: Pam Pless, Kelly Whitehill. Back: Mary Zinsmeister, Pat Godfrey L-R: Renee Michaelis, Pam Pless, Arlene Venegas F-B: Kelly Whitehill, Pam Pless, Mary Zinsmeister L-R: Mrs. Mahy, Pat Godfrey, Renee Michaelis F-B: Renee Michaelis, Pat Godfrey G Q- CD -s 5 ounp S9 -A A ..n tele seop Early every morning in A7, the yearbook class meets and through many lay-outs, yelling, typing, trials and laughter the yearbook goes to the presses. We do alot in 10 and 50 and most of us enjoy being part of the yearbook staff. Special thanks should go to Mr. Cohn and to our photogra- phers who spent hours taking thousands of pictures. Mr. Cohn explains a lay-out to Linda Woo, Dana Chu and Shirle Kong. 50 yearbook class: lTop Rowl Daniel Chu, ..,4sf'W Cheryl Hill, Eugene Choi, l2nd Rowl Michael Lum, Merlyn Achacaco, Michelle McClure, Cindy Lee, Eric Yee, Grd Rowl Rolf Drogose, Mr. Cohn, Charles Sullivan, Dennis Yee l4th Rowl Rosa Chang, Rowena Dee, Charlene Chee, Pamela Tom, Pushpa Patel 'E""""' Daniel Chu types out a sports page. 10 yearbook class: lTop Rowl Mike Mustacchi, Sanford Louie, Dana Chu, Joseph Tom, Liz Lee, Dale Carpenter, Vernon Nocon, Tim Owyang, Joel Morris, Fred Lau, Shirle Kong, Wilson Chu, Diana Chow, Mary Gilmore, lBottorn Rowl Mr. Cohn, Peggy Hepa, Michelle Tong, Sandra Fong, Elsie Woo, Julie Louie, Elaine Yim O, p ndulum Doris Randolph confers with Mr. DeRyan as Bob Chadwick clowns in. Kelvin Steele, David Noland and Janos Balog figure out a headline. From the 4 journalism classes, led by lVlr. DeRyan, comes our school newspaper. form all of Galileo about what the rest of the school is doing, in sports, classes, clubs, and everything else. Advertisements and a monthly calender are included, as well as many pictures. We thank them all for their good work in keeping us informed. Bobby Nietes types a story. Each month the Pendulum is published to in- E .I El S 0? i 144 gettin it togeth 1' . , .. W .,W,, ,, .4 f' if SENIOR CLASS'-Back Row: CL to Rl Ms. Tom, Michele Tong, Darice Jeong, Mary Lee, Linda Sherrill, Margie Yee, Dana Chu, Serena Drogose, Center Row: IL to Rl Sherli Kong, Yvonne Tom, Brenda Bolds, Allithia Morris, Mary Lee, Susan Lee, Letha Loggins Front Row: KL to RJ Harriet Lem, Helen Natividad, Debbie Wong, Evelyn Lee, Carol Wong, Mary Tong, Theresa Sung, Elizabeth Lee LEADERSHIP It is a class of training for energetic girls who care about things in the world today. Making, giving, and sharing their happiness with others . The activities such as the Mission Exchange, Pump- kin Picking, and the Camping Trip are just some of things they did . The Mission Exchange is the big event every year with Mission and McAteer coming to Galileo fora day of fun together. Leader- ship is what every girl should get into! TRAINING CLASS- Back Row: IL to Rl Michelle Waugh, Gloria So, Barbara Huey, Shelly Deegan, Penny Tingler, Michelle Johnson, Terry Rosenberg, Serena Drogose, Sheree Snead, Vinell Swain, Donna Barnett, Cheryl Myers, Valerie Ross, Cynthia Broussard, Verna Cage, Mary Yong. Center Row: lL to Rl Dolores Buendia, Ruby Fong, Carole Jee, Leslie Yip, Elena Lee, Liz Maschal, Mary J. Tong, Kichelle Johnson, Lily Ying, Valerie Duncan, Renee Michaelis, Mary Gilmore, Linda Pucket. Front Row: CL to Rl Jeanette Dea, Victoria Ng, Karen White, Yvonne Ng, Joyce Soo Hoo, Jeannie Kong, Clara Chan, Eyvonne Hayden, Laverna Hamlin. gl .'H vp, X' gt ,iQ ' ,Q 1 4 N' MHZ ,a ff' 24' ,n ,v 1 Q - at un Xsn an f 1 r " 44- f , ..,, Q ','w,3 'L : l ffssh . 1 tutorln Math tutoring has been a part of our Math program at Galileo for the past 8 years . lt has long been felt, and indeed proven, that many young children are able to work better with older students than with their teachers. lVlath tutoring is a class where seniors go to differ- ent grammar schools to help teach the young- sters math . The math tutors work with the teachers and kids . The tutors have to be re- sponsible and be on time, and in return for their work, they are looked up to as big brothers and sisters . lVlath tutoring has proven to be a valuable experience to all involved . K, Lana Yee helping a student with her math. 3 , . 'sq , ,ff f, -...ME Eva Chow helping a student write his letters. MATH TUTORS SCHOOL Judie Lee Jean Parker Margaret Yee Jean Parker Suzanne Liu Jean Parker Barbara Lee Jean Parker Angela Lopez John Hancock Lily See Commodore Stockton Mary Dea Commodore Stockton Summey Lew Commodore Stockton Doris Ng Commodore Stockton Minnie Yee Commodore Stockton Steven Lau Commodore Stockton Eva Chow Commodore Stockton Anna Lee Commodore Stockton Lana Yu Commodore Stockton Rowena Chow Commodore Stockton Kitty Lam Commodore Stockton Diana Chow Commodore Stockton Joan Woo Commodore Stockton Commodore Stockton Washington Irving Washington Irving Washington Irving Washington Irving Spring Valley Spring Valley Spring Valley Spring Valley Spring Valley Spring Valley Slyvia Wong Valentine D'Sousa Brenda Bolds Elaine Southwick Allyson Tropez Leila Daniel Adrienae Hollier Lovette Jordan Delores McKeever Terri Palmer Theresa Powell May Cheng Spring Valley Phillip Kyee Spring Valley Linda Woo Spring Valley Mary Mah Spring Valley Sue Martin Yerba Buena Van Chan Yerba Buena Denise Garrett Yerba Buena Jeanette Pless Yerba Buena Kitty Lam working with a group of students. smashers all-r No. I . . . Sherli kong uuticzpating the ball The Girls' Tennis Team is a group of stu- dents that compete in league matches against various S .F . public high schools and a few private schools. Playing competitive tennis for Galileo was a new experience for many of the girls on the team this year with the ex- ception of Leslie Rule, a two-year veteran. Dana Chu putting everything into her backhand. Our single players ranked in order: 1 . Sherli the team was winless this season there were Kong 2 . Leslie Rule 3 . Selma Louie In addi- several outstanding individual performances. tion to our 3 single players we have 2 double IVlost notably was the consistent play of teams. Filling these positions are GH Sherli Kong. doubles? Dana Chu 84 Jeannie Leep C42 doublesl lVIary Tong Si Donna Ng. Although Jeannie Lee prepares to return shot. Mary Tong hits a driving forehand down the line. , 0 1 148 HIOIICY Q ,ewzxx ' va' 1 Over 250 students participated in the Work Experience Pro- gram at Galileo High School. Through supervised work, and study, these students can earn up to ten credits per semester. In addition they are gaining valuable experience and knowledge of the world of work. While part-time jobs are very limited, students with business skills such as accounting, typing, and other clerical tasks are in great demand. Nlost are employed in private businesses in the community, and through this employment students are learning about em- ployer-employee relations as part of their general education. SANFORD LOUIE: Filling 5,1141 Q ELIZABETH LEE: At bank l I TIMMY GIN: Cash Registrar DAN HUNT: At Swensen's ice cream store Q m -- G Wcccl, Elccfcclcics, Jlflcfc1L Aufc. Mcch. lndustrial arts is now gaining more importance from the job market. lVlany business people seem to need and want high school grads with some IA prepa- ration rather than a straight academic background. With many trades having salaries comparable to those in the professions more and more students are giving this program a place in their class schedule. This year over 650 Gal students are enrolled in some l.A. course with an ever increasing number of young ladies giving it a try. tS I' WARN l 0 1 is Philip Tesodero and Daniel Salangsang turning an engine. Margaret Chew cleaning a piston. 5 I 1 i Chris Thomas and Stanley Cheng ' in Metal Shop. n'i 150 Way Chan, Teacher Ass't helping Kevin Pun under Mr. Presotto's watchful eye. him if l ,, .NN al A complicated circut interests Milton Weaver in electronics shop. Ming Wei Ng dressing the edge on a circular sander. 151 rf 0' t. cf . .nl111'77""" J W Wi Drum 8. Bugle corp with Girls Drill Team. fikiigf ...I-Zig ' - paraders For over 50 years the Reserve Officers Training Corp has been an active 2- part of Galileo. This year there are 10 officers and 145 cadets. We have a three year program with courses in everything from leadership to weapons to map reading. Many good wishes to all ROTC cadets for their hard work and participa- tion in this worthwhile program. l Annual Federal Inspection - December 1, 1975 Lt. Stewart, Jack Wong and Sargeant Griffin each other on the winning of the fi y Columbus Day Parade - October 12, 1975 l l Bell Award. Jack is a '75 Galileo gradu- K .-.....,..,....4 Color Guard led by Grace Nueva fBack Toward Camera! Left to Right: Cadets James Nlatthews, William Thomas, Alicia Valmonte, Patricia Nlontgomery, Ben- jamin Romero n In 1975 the R.O.T.C. participated in many events, includ- ing- Lincoln 84 Washington Day Parade Chinese New Year Parade PhiHipine Liberadon Day Parade Native Sons and Daughters of The Golden West North Beach Annual All-Star Game Presentation of Colors at Coit Tower Columbus Day Parade Veterans' Day Parade Feb . Feb. July Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. 12, 1975 22,1975 4, 1975 7, 1975 7, 1975 11,1975 12,1975 9, 1975 liiiiislllll llllllllllll "'W"'Q'p- H 3-1 CB The Galileo art pro- gram is set up so that any- one interested in any form of art can have a chance to create. There are no pre- requisites for most of the classes and everyone is welcome . Classes are of- fered in jewelry, ceramics, commercial art, free hand drawing, basic art and art history. This year there are over 150 students en- rolled inthe program . Be- sides the regular class work, students spend some time observing art work outside the school on field trips. ready, set, draw' gX Q ,MW Eric Lee and Karl Wong mixing clay. A jewelry class working individually ,.v-f' X f""x iv , wi? o ssss.s to ,s s Dana Chu bufflng her ring Sherry Dillon adding her last touch J-ii" P! W, N NJ as as research "S" stands for science at Galileo and it is o of the most popular departments at our school The science department has over 1100 students taking one or more of a variety of classes from Biology, Physiology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science, and Marine Science. The general purpose of the entire program is to provide students with a basic understanding of science before they leave high schooli' Many of our courses have no prerequisites so that students not majoring in science may still gain some appreciation and insight into the role of science in our daily lives. .. 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One year of U.S. History and one year of Civics are required to graduate from high school. In U.S. History you learn many in- teresting facts, like, did you know that Ben Franklin made George Washington's teeth? Also, in Civics you can learn about Governor Brown driving a Plymouth and where the name "Watergate" came from. All in all we have good history classes and learn alot about the country in which we live. ,. fx, V 156 ' driver trainin E U JSU Anthony LoGiudie was named winner of the 1976 all city skilled Driver compe- tition. He topped 20 other finalists in the competition. Anthony won a new 1976 Volkswagon Rabbit for one full year, Courtesy of the Saltnes Volkswagonp Full automobile insurance coverage, courtesy of the Industrial Indemnity Insurance Company, 550.00 in gasoline and oil, courtesy of the Union Oil Company of California, a 21 inch loving cup trophy, provided by the California State Automo- bile Association and an-all-expense-paid trip to Memphis, Tennessee, to compete in the National Driver Education Contest. Anthony LoGudle receives congratulations from Instructor Donald Byrd Anthony with trophy and a new car won in the driver contest A-af' FN!! 193100 Hair styling at I. Magin. Rear: Debra Jones, Romona Johnson, Cheryl White. Center: Venus Montgomery, Beverly McGee, Linda Appleberry, Deborah Bell. Front: Deborah Montgomery, Ms. Ann Austin, Tina Higginbotham center .I U1 NI yum, yum feast fl Robin Rosenberg serving Chester Ng and Ken Wong. "Feast" is a federally funded 2 year program to help train high school students for the hospitality industry. At present there are sixteen students participating in the program and some of the advanced students are com- bining their training at Galileo with on the job experience at the Fair- mont Restaurant, Stanford Court Restaurant Towne House front desk, etc. At Galileo it is a part of the home economics department and is under the direction of lVls. Susan Chang. ' RU? ,sam am .l l l, Yvette Nliller reaching for supplies in the storeroom. ff' 1 " ..- DJ ,I ' ,Sli yn' 0 I 7 fi I' - S M Q L a 4 fg M'lg,.g In K .7 ' ' 5' A l is -1.' 5, :fig gg A I f ' 158 S as . . if ' . i s 4 S' Seated is Kevin Dailey being served by Roger Dubose. HEALTH CAREERS .H .-..f:.- Htnv.. ' Cu ' ne Q I C 8 I ' n Ears. pf::5:a::f.z.lr keel-inf! LY as 3 staf m the Summ CW .,.5:5rWl ' 'l5Z.wwr','EQ'l.r. , . 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Students choose an area of interest and then work closely on a one-to-one basis with a person in that field . The current group of Gal students work in hospitals , clinics, pharmacies, etc. At the same time, various interest in- ventories are given and other evaluations take place. Many times recommendations and ref- erences from the superviser turn out to be the deciding factor when applying for entrance to college for a career. Perhaps the most important benefit from the program may be the feeling of independence, worth and value to someone else and accom- plishment and development of decision making ability. l415l 885-0788 B AN K OF an mmf, OW Wana 9ch' Ewen AM ERICA 1601 VALLEJO ST. SAN FRANCISCO, CA. 94123 The marine science coures at Galileo has gained the reputation of 0 being one of the best in San Francis- 1 " Q co, lt deals with the biological and explorers : physical effects of the ocean and it's environment. 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