George Washington High School - Surveyor Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)
- Class of 1942
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The Lamp of Freedom Burns Low
The Oil of Democracy is all
There Shall Be No Night.
WAR MEMORIAL OPERA HOUSE
MISS MARIE KIRWIN
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To Those Who Hold Oar Banners Hi gh and Fight for the Preservation o Our Ideals,
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Gerald Abrams, Army
Marvin Abrams, Navy
Morris Adelson, Army
John Aherne, Navy
Argalus Anderson, Marine Air Corps
Alex Apostolides, Army
Philip Banks, Seaman
jim Bell, Seaman
John Bernadou, Army
jerry Bidgood, Army
James Burke, Navy
John Butler, State Guard
Harold Caro, Seaman
Emmett Carter, Army
E. R. Carter, Army
Bernard Chaskin, Nav. Flying Corps
Lester Chaskin, Navy
Kenneth Church, Seaman
Bill Crawford, Army
Thomas Cussen, Seaman
Herbert Dean, Army
Leon Demetreos, Army
Bob Dini, Seaman
Stan Doughty, Army
John Driscoll, Army
Daniel Dunn, Navy
Reese Epstein, Navy
William Eisert, Navy
john Fagin, Navy
Tom Garvey, R.A.F.
Jerry Gerson, Army
Bill Gordon, Navy
Charles Gowett, Naval Flying Corps
Robert Harris, Seaman
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Abe Hesselberg, Army
Richard Hoene, Navy
Tom Holloran, Seaman
Richard Hoots, Marine Corps
Don Huntley, Army
Alvin Jones, Seaman
Bill Jones, Seaman
Robert jones, Seaman
Robert Kincaid, Army
Wm. Koehncke, Air Corps
Bill Lassner, Seaman
William Lassen, Seaman
Dave LeBaron, Army
Raymond Levesque, Marine Corps
Donald Linville, Merchant Marine
Francis Louis, Navy
Frank Luft, Army
Robert Lukes, Navy
Bob Magill, Coast Guard
Homer Maples, Navy
Frank Mariana, Navy
jack Marshall, Marine Corps
Keith Martin, R.A.F.
George Merriman, Army
Robert McCallister, Navy
Robert McGill, Seaman
Bob McGovern, Army
Alan Miller, Navy
Bob Miglian, Navy
Roger Morse, Army
Howard Newsham, Army
Edward Nissen, Army
Bob O'Neill, Ski Patrol
Gordon Olivera, Marine Corps.
Dean Oyer, Navy
Charles Porper, Army
jack Potts, Army
Irving Rado, Army
Abe Rain, Army
Ray Reynolds, Ensign
H. Schesslman, Marine Corps
Ed Schulman, Naval Air Corps
Warren Scott, Merchant Marine
Phil Silberman, Army
Walter Smith, State Guard
Adrian Soules, Seaman
Joel Springer, Army
Eugene Steffen, Coast Guard
joseph Stokes, Navy
Edward Stumes, Army Air Corps
Warren Stumes, Navy
Woodrow Stumes, Merchant Marine
George Takayama, Army
Martin Tarpey, Naval Air Corps
Paul Tissot, Navy
Paul Thompson, Navy
jack Tong, Army
Jim Turner, Navy
Fank Vinson, Navy
Charles Ward, Navy
Gordon Warrener, Navy
Bob Weinstock, Coast Guard
Robert Weir, Navy
Ellis Weiner, R.A.F.
Ebbert Weber, Army
Lowell Weyle, Army
Gerald Widrin, Army
Walter Williams, Army
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By CORIENE PFAEFFLE
"It can't happen here" . . . It HAS happened
here! Now, we the students of today, must be pre-
pared to face the worst. We must be prepared to face
disaster when and if it strikes. In the event of disaster
all Red Cross activities will center in George Wash-
ington High School for this area. Symbolizing the
important part the school will play in the darker, as
well as the brighter hours, of community life, is a
sign at the central entrance:
RICHMOND-SEA CLIFF UNIT
AMERICAN RED CROSS
DISASTER RELIEF COMMISSION
But the sign alone does not tell the story. Behind
the sign are the faculty, the parent teachers' organi-
zation and numerous other groups, who, for the
present time, are walking behind the banner of the
American Red Cross. The call to duty is answered in
many ways. Typical of this is the sign on the door of
our principal's home, "Air Raid Warden."
Among the services offered at the Sea Cliff Relief
Center are rescue, first aid, surgery and medical care,
relief, and child care. This relief center is manned
by doctors, nurses, social-workers, teachers, and by
your neighbors and friends. Among them is one
Heavy Rescue Squad, using a rescue truck, manned by
a dozen or more well trained men. On each alert
signal at least six of these squadsmen respond to each
district headquarters. During alerts the rescue truck,
conveniently quartered nearby, is always brought to
Rescue has also five Light Rescue Squads of at least
six men each, equipped with hand tools, axes, shovels,
crowbars, handjacks, rope, stretchers, and blankets.
The auxiliary ambulance crews take patients to emer-
gency hospitals. 7 ere are two First Aid Station Teams,
each consisting of at least twenty women trained in
advanced First Aid. Only when hospitals can no
longer handle the situation will the Disaster Relief
Station's medical service be used, in which event' the
Medical Aid Committee consisting of a large corps
of volunteer doctors and registered nurses, well Sup-
plied with equipment, surgical dressing, instruments,
and so forth, will care for you.
Although disaster may strike it also may leave many
people unharmed physically but in need of help. If
so, a social service work staff of professional workers
and assistants will provide you with clothing, shelter,
food and blankets, or any other emergency relief you
may be in need of. A Missing Persons Bureau is pro-
vided for persons who become separated from their
families. Area couriers QROTC boysj assist in getting
information concerning the safety and health of resi-
dents of your district for the Welfare Inquiry De-
Professional and needed lay groups, organizations,
schools, and P.-T.A.'s in the district have cooperated
to make these units real communal responsibility.
We all know that there is one army which has
never admitted defeat. It has been on every battlefield
in the world. It is the American Red Cross. They
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MR. ERNEST CUMMINGS
MISSJELEANOR M. JACKSON
F Vice Principal
MK G. M. KLINGNER
ABERCROMBIE, EDW. P.
AINSWORTH, MRS. MELANIE
ARCHER, MISS HELEN
AVINA, MRS. ROSE
BANNISTER, MRS. BIRCHLYN
BICREL, MRS. MILDRED
BICKERTON. MRS. AGNES
BILAEER, MISS BERNICIE
BREU, MISS ANNA
BROWNING, MISS EDITH
BUELL, MRS. LOUISE
BURKE, JOHN J.
CAULEY, MISS KATHLEEN
CHAPMAN, PAUL G.
CLAYTON, MRS. LILLIAN
COLLINS, MRS. ALICE
COOPE, MISS MARGARET
COUNIHAN, MISS CATHERINE
CULLINAN, MISS LAURETTE
DAVIS, MISS CATHERINE
DENNY, MRS. MARGARET
DOUGLASS, JOHN W.
FAGIN, ARTHUR J.
EELICIANO, SERGEANT E.
EORCADE, MISS DOROTHEA
GATES, THOMAS W.
GOWAN, MRS. BIRDEENA
HEATON, MISS MARGARET
HERRICK, MRS. LENAMAE
HESSELBERG, ABEIF 24
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:l'5'On Military Leave
JAMES, MISS ETHELINDA
KELLOGG, MISS ERMA
KIRWIN, MISS MARIE
LEITH, LLOYD R.
LOCKHART, MISS MABEL
LOGAN, MRS. EDNA
MCMILLAN, MISS DORIS
MORTON, E. W.
O'LEARY, MISS ALICE
PARSONS, MISS ELEANOR
PERINO, J. A.
POOLE, MISS MARGARET
RAUNER, MISS MILDRED
RAUSCH, MISS JOSEPHINE
REYNOLDS, MISS DOROTHY
ROBERTS, JOHN L.
ROTHSTEIN, MISS MARION
SCHAREE, MISS ARLINE
SHEARER, MISS FLORENCE
SHEEI-IAN, MRS. CATHERINE
SILBERSTEIN, MISS EDITH
SWANSON, MRS. MYRTLE
TAYLOR, ORVILLE A. P.
TOBRINER, MISS HAIDEE
TORRIERI, MRS. E. JEWELL
XWAGSTAFF, MRS. FRANCES
WILLIAMSON, MRS. ELSIE
WILSON, MRS. ALICE
Miss Eleanor jackson, vice-principal, conferring withgjeanne Wallace and Elizabeth
Hinckley .... Fred Venker and Edward Martin assisting Mr. George Klmgner, vxce-
principnl .... Mr. Ripley Shows a physics experiment to Norma Daviclson and
Beverly Doran .,.. Charlene Kurtz assists Mr. J. Burke wIth.the bookkeeping ....
Mr. Arthur Fugin, head of physical education department, instructs Rudy Iaccheo
in gym class.
14 Weed With Zfou, me. Cqmminga:
Mr. Cummings, it's getting near the end of our three years at Washington and before we
leave I just wish to tell you how we feel. All of us have had the opportunity to come in
contact with you through the years and have grown to like and respect you.
Many happy days have been ours at Washington, and now we all go forward to repay our
country for those happy times, to do something that will make secure similar days for the
future. just as you, Mr. Cummings, joined twenty-five years ago, many of us will go into
the armed forces today, some to face the grim realities of war and return as meng some
will not come back.
Others will go into factories and offices to do war work-not in defense, but in ojjfenre
industries. Although we leave George Washington with some reluctance, we go forth
eagerly, glad that we may do our part.
Determination is in our hearts so that when we sing, "O say can you see by the dawn's
early light, what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming ?," it shall never again
be with doubt or fear-but shall always be as a cry of new hope!
We graduates of Spring 1942, the second class to graduate during war-times, say not
"good-bye" to our teachers and school, but just "until we meet again."
Prarizlenl of the Sllzdenl Body Q
President Student Body
Student lady in Stkide with fu
By JACQUELINE THOMPSON
The Student Body of George Washington has been devoting itself
to the serious business of aiding in the national emergency during the
school term just closed.
Students were found eager to serve in any capacity, to aid as Auxil-
iary firemen, in the Red Cross disaster relief units, and in the sale of war
bonds, a field in which the school led all high schools in the city.
Symbolizing the youth of San Francisco on the birthday of Colonel
Andrew Summers Rowan, Student Body President jack O'Brien, Vice-
President Lois Currie, and a color guard from the R.O.T.C., went to
the Letterman General Hospital to visit him. Colonel Rowan was the
man who carried single-handed a vital message to the rebel Colonel
Calixito Garcia in the Cuban jungles during the Spanish-American War.
To start the social activities of the term rolling, the traditional Senior-
Soph Reception was held in the girls' gym, and served to acquaint the
low sophs with the high seniors.
During the basketball season bigger and better game rallies were
held, with President Jack O'Brien officiating. The social activities were
very ably taken care of by Vice-President Lois Currie.
One of the big events of the term was the May Fete, held on April
30, and was very successful.
The Senior Advisory Committee under the direction of Barbara
Schlegel and Edward Smith was very active during the term.
The last dance of the term was given by the G.S.S. and Eagle Society.
President Jack O'Brien, with his smiling Irish personality, and
vivacious Vice-President Lois Currie led the Student Body to greater
heights. Hard-working Alice Penna, secretary, took care of the Executive
Council minutes, and Treasurer Nat Garibaldi who so ably conducted
the sale of Student Body cards, Dick Behrens, custodian, who kept
our many trophies in their sparkling condition, and Athletic Manager
Ted Harris who so successfully handled the sale of game tickets. Our
school spirit was boosted by Head Yell Leader Girard Rhine.
Altogether this term has been one of the most successful at George
Washington and will always be remembered by the students.
RICHARD BEHRENS Al-ICE PENNA
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.Front Raw: Hindley, J., Shapiro, N., Penna, A., Gross, B., Kellcr, L Row 7 Blum, M Hafner, G Gllbcrt M
Van Stecnburgh, B., Adams, M., Thompson, J. Ruw 3: Levin, R Franklin G Mntchell j Rhine G Herde
Uclaloff, N., Gitzes, C. Row 4: Mooney, D., Hardeman, S., Barman, J Baumburger, M Garrbalclr N Wal
lace. J., Smith, E., Nielsen, M. Bark Row: Davis, M., Jorgensen A L1 Mont, C Currne, L Weukcl B Serensky
R., O'Brien, J., Behrens, R., Secor, B.
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Ra mond Alperth Leona Altfield Bob Amore Harold Anderson
Ro ert Arnold Audrey Asmussen Nancy Axelrod Adolph Bacigalupi
Sanford Baum James Baumer Barbara Beck Bethany Beckman
IEAN AAGAARD BOB AMORE
jean was a senior adviser and a
member. of the G.A.A. . . . likes
to swim. Aim: nursing career.
Member of library staff . . . likes
to read, swim and ride horses . . .
future doctor's assistant.
G.A.A. member and senior ad-
viser . . . enjoys shows, dancing
. . . "junie' will be a secretary.
Member of choir, Music Club, lib-
rary staff, Block W, program com-
mittee . . . will attend U.C.
Sport enthusiast likes tennis, bas-
ketball and football . . . has am-
bition to become symphony cellist.
G.A.A. member likes sports, draw-
ing and collecting pictures . . .
hopes for interior decorator career.
An ice skating enthusiast, "Ray"
will attend junior college . . .
ambition: seat on stock exchange.
"Lee" is a movie enthusiast who
likes to read . . . will attend college
. . . social settlement worker.
Assistant yell leader spring '40,
senior adviser, ticket seller . . .
likes dancing . . . going to U.C.
"Andy" likes swimming, bowling
. . . football and track . . . will
follow architectural career at LC.
G.A.A. member: likes reading,
shows and badminton . . . col-
lects records . . . will travel.
G.A.A. member, enjoys reading
shows, swimming . . . likes sewing
. . . "Sis" will be a secretary.
Likes dancing, bowling, swimming
. . . plays tennis and piano . . .
would like to bc secretary.
Enjoys movies, driving, swimming
and tennis . . . would like to be
machinist . . . may attend J.C.
Member of Latin Club, track and
swimming teams, soccer manager
. . . engineering at junior college.
Senior adviser, "Audie" likes roller
skating, dancing, and badminton
. . . to J.C. for merchandising.
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Dorothea Angel Elaine Ansaldo Lillian Appelblom Harry Aron
George Badaracco LaVerne Baker Clara Balrlini Shirley Barren
Richard Behrens Wanda Berkovits Kenneth Bcrridge Ralph Black
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G.A.A. and Block XV member . . .
hobbies are dancing, eating, bowl-
ing . . . will attend business college.
"Bachi" was Block W member . . .
played baseball and 130 basketball
. . . future in professional baseball.
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president . . . on swimming and
soccer teams . . . to be police oflicer.
"Bake" likes to dance, play ten-
nis and collect records . . . will
attend Pacific for advertising.
G.A.A. memberg likes to sing,
draw, skate, play badminton, ping
pong...will attend business college.
Senior adviser and G.A.A. member
"Shirl" likes dancing, tennis
. . . secretary in business world.
"Sandy" is a basketball enthusiast
who played on the 120's team . . .
future physicist at college.
"jim" likes to read and swim . . .
enjoys piano playing. track . . .
will attend U.S.F. for aeronautics.
Senior adviser, G.A.A., class col-
lector . . . enjoys dancing, tennis
, . . "Bobbie' will become a nurse.
BETHANY ANN BECKMAN
"Beth" belonged to Music Club,
advanced mixed chorus . . . likes
riding . . . will attend Stanford.
S.B. Custodian, Eagle Society . . .
plays basketball, tennis, and col-
lects records . . . to be C.P.A.
"Burke" likes to dance, listen to
records, play piano . . . Eagle re-
porter . . .will attend junior college.
H12 Treasurer, Pan American Club
and Block W . . . enjoys eating
and sports . . . going to Marin j.C.
Senior adviser who likes football
and basketball . . . enjoys movies
and swimming . . . to be electrician.
Blair Dave Bloom
Member of Rille Team and Eagle
staff . . . "Doc" likes model air-
planes . . . J.C., then Air Corps.
Played football '41, track in '39,
and 130 basketball . . . senior
adviser captain . . . will join Navy.
Member Red Cross and Display
Clubs . . . enjoys tennis and riding
. . . senior advisor . . . to work.
Executive Council member . . . likes
listening to Glenn Miller . . . en-
juys sketching and dancing.
"Bounce" enjoys playing the drums
. . . likes dancing and football . . .
to join Navy or become musician.
Senior adviser . . . feature editor
of Eagle . . . enjoys dancing . . .
likes to drive maroon coupes.
Likes to dance and play bridge . . .
after graduation, "Bet" will be-
come a pliotograpliefs model.
G.S.S., Block XV president, senior
adviser captain, Mike Masquers
. . . to J.C. for dramatics,
Enjoys swimming and reading . . .
after graduation "Jack" will attend
J.C .... future in aeronautics.
L11 Executive Council, H12 secret-
ary, senior adviser . . . likes sports
. . . social service work.
Enjoys driving in bright red con-
vertibles . . . loves to dance . . .
will become a secretary.
Senior adviser, Eagle Staff, G.A,A.
. . . enjoys dancing . . . "Jackie"
will attend J.C .... to be artist.
Chess Club, Pan American Club . . .
likes dancing, sports . . . collects
snapshots . . . to secretarial school.
R.O.T.C. Sgt., Executive Council
member . , . is interc ted in sports
. . . hates to leave Vlasliington.
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Rifle Club . . . enjoys movies, ten-
nis . . . likes outdoor life . . .
will attend college . . . horticulturist.
Played on soccer team . . . collects
stamps . . . likes to sing . . . after
graduation, will work as machinist.
Senior adviser captain, Executive
Council, girls' choral . . . likes
sports . . . will attend S.F.J.C.
Surveyor circulation staff, senior
adviser . . . likes reading, bowling
. . . become C.P.A. or join Navy.
Likes dancing and "cokes" . . .
enjoys swimming and collecting
records . . . will become a teacher.
Enjoys hiking, ice skating and ten-
nis . . . enjoys sewing . . . secre-
tarial career after graduation.
Senior adviser, track and swimming
teams . . . collects "hot" records
. . . college, then naval aviator.
Likes eating and sleeping . . . en-
joys football and baseball . . .
to J.C. for commercial course.
Rifle Team . . . likes football . .
"Chilly" will attend S.F.J.C. . .
will join Army Air Corps.
Saber Club, championship
Team R.O.T.C .... likes boat
building, swimming . . . to Cal,
Mike Masquers, senior adviser, . . .
enjoys football, basketball . . . to
study foreign service at U.C.
Block W, G.A.A,, Reg. pres.,
Eagle sports editor . . . likes danc-
ing, skiing . . . journalism at Cal.
Likes shows, dancing and biking
, . . enjoys ice skating, collecting
records . , . "Ginger" will work.
Home Economics Club . . . likes
dancing, swimming and badminton
. . . dental nursing school.
Block W. baseball and track teams
. . . semi-pro baseball . . . collects
clippings . . . Telephone Co. job.
Dance Band, Sparks Club , . . likes
hiking, baseball, music . . . science
major . . . will attend college,
Julius Bonuccelli Pat Bourne Bette Brackett Sheva Braunstein
I-015 Brown Raymond Brown Orville Boise William Bullick
Guy Carruthers Raymond Chan Wfilliam Childers Myron Close
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' jaul Crudo Rodney Crump Lois Currie Henry Daniels Norma Davidson
Genre Desa ernosx. I ' ' Deutsch Gordon Diard Hubert Dieden Richard Dixon Lillian Dobbs Beverly4Doran
Carol Ehl . ob t Ehlenk Ilernice Einspruch Howard Eisenberg Helen Eliopoulos Donald Ellis Marjorie Ellis
Stuart ' RCI' hlatiil-Iioairat Elaine Fairchild Barbara Falvey Juanita Fenster June Feigenbaum Sammuel Felzcr
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' ' .tdv'ser . . . enjoys playing
. ood of basketball or foot-
If"s to sleep and drive . . . en-
siastic about football and ten-
' . . . will attend S. F. State.
Ujv .cxfwill attend U.S.F.
'Hg LOIS CURRIE
G.A.A., G.S.S., S.B. vice-prexy
. . . likes to dance, ice skate and
collect menus . . . entering j.C.
Senior adviser . . . enjoys swim-
ming, basketball and model build-
ing , . . plans to enter advertising.
Senior adviser, Display Club . . .
likes swimming, badminton and
riding . . . will attend S.F.J.C.
ALBERTO DE NOLA
Favorite pastimes are reading, soc-
cer and swimming . . . wants to
join the Air Force.
Soccer '41, track, swimming '42
. . . senior adviser, R.O.T.C. Sgt.
. . entering aircraft industry.
"Dutch" is a tennis and football
enthusiast who likes going out . . .
will work for Southern Pacific.
Senior play, Latin Club president
. . . likes outdoor sports . . . plays
trumpet, French horn . . . surgeon.
Track '41, '42 . . . likes hockey
and track . . . enjoys spectator
sports . . . will attend S.F.,l.C.
Collects records . . . likes basket-
ball, softball and tennis . . . enjoys
radio , . . "Dix" will work.
Senior adviser, G.A.A. girls' traffic
captain . . . likes dancing and
sports. . .future in secretarial work.
G.S.S.. G.A.A., Block W . .
"Bev" likes writing and tennis . .
going to U.C. for journalism.
Reg. secretary . . . enjoys hunting,
driving . . . R.O.T.C. Sgt. . . .
builds models . . . business future.
Likes swimming, bowling and
dancing . . . enjoys riding . . . to
become dental assistant at ,l.C.
Senior adviser . . . favorite pas-
times arc baseball and football . . .
plans to attend j.C...C.P.A. future.
fdacqtion liglc tA tlce vm, with
Banking staff . . . enjoys dancing,
music, badminton, swimming . . .
"Bee" plays piano . . . secretary.
Likes radio, sleeping, track and
swimming . . . played basketball
'59 and '-ll . . . going to Cal.
Collects records . . . enjoys dancing
and swimming . . . "Hel" will go
to work in secretarial held.
Played football '40 and '41 . .
basketball '40, '41 and '42 . .
has Army Air Corps ambition.
Senior adviser, banking represen'
tative . . , likes dancing, basket-
ball and baseball . . . to LC.
Home Economies Club president
. . . enjoys badminton and dancing
. . . will work as private secretary.
Senior adviser . . . favorite sports
are swimn1ing and basketball . . .
Stanford University is goal.
Music Club . . . likes riding, swim-
ming, literature . . . Career as con-
cert pianist . . . will go to Yale.
Mike Masquers . . . likes horseback
riding, writing poems and play-
going . . . aspires for stage career.
G.A.A., senior adviser . . . likes
singing, basketball and swimming
. . . "Babs" has musical future.
Chess Club, senior adviser, journal
staff, G.A.A .... likes reading
and bowling . . . college in future.
Enjoys dancing and horseback rid-
ing . . . collects records . . . would
like a future in designing.
Tennis and track teams . . . enjoys
swimming and basketball . . .
engineering and drafting future.
Trallic force captain, Mike Mas-
quers . . . enjoys bowling and
shows . . . ambition: novelist.
Favors dancing, bowling, badminton
. . . will graduate to Lux College
. . . plans to be medical assistant.
Track, senior adviser, Chess Club
president . . , likes boating, foot-
ball, basketball . . . will go to J.C.
Block W . . . enjoys books. riding,
bowling . . . will go to S.F.J.C.
. . . ambition: costume designer.
Likes movies, badminton and school
games . . . plans to work at fa-
shion designing after graduation.
Enjoys lmrseracing, shows, swim-
ming and driving cars . . . plans to
enter business school for training.
G.A.A., Radio Club . . . collects
lipsticks . . . likes dancing . . .
"Max" plans going to S.F.J.C.
Collects snapshots . . . likes read-
ing, shows, skating and dancing
. . . ambition is to be a singer.
Enjoys radio, football, swimming
and collecting Defense Stamps . . .
business world is "Steves" aim.
Senior adviser, G.A.A. . . . pas-
times arc reading, movies, bad-
Eagle Society . . . played basket-
ball '59 '-41, '42 . . . goes for all
sports . , . likes movies, radio.
Surveyor staff . . . likes dancing,
riding. . . "D.G." will go to U.C.
. . . ambition, social service worker.
Plays French horn . . . enjoys danc-
ing, chemistry . . . will go to Cal.
College of Physicians and Surgeons.
G.A.A., chorus, Mike Masquers. . .
favors swimming, badminton . . .
going to J.C .... singer is goal.
Red Cross . . . enjoys reading,
gardening . . . collects records . . .
wants to be store manager.
youth, coinage dhd knowledge
in Fox Richard Fraenkel Eleanor Frates Virginia Fredericksen
nnc Gartenberg Ross Giudice Dorian Goldman Alan Goldsmith
arles Griffith Robert Habit David Halford Robert Hall
ilrp Harris Sanford Harris Ted Harris James Harvill
Senior play, Mike Masquers, Music
Club . . . plays piano . . . will at-
tend S.F. State for dramatics.
G.A.A., banker . . . likes swim-
ming, tennis, sewing, badminton
. . . "Marge" plans to go to J.C.
Collects guns . . . likes hunting,
fishing, basketball, football . . .
"Charley" plans to be a mechanic.
Banker . . . sells golf balls . . .
enjoys dancing . . . to be success-
ful in business is goal.
Senior adviser . . . likes football,
swimming and fishing . . . after
U.C., to join Naval Air Corps.
Enjoys traveling, football, basket-
ball and fixing cars . . . "Bob's"
aim is to be an auto mechanic.
Likes football, track, boxing . . .
"Grove" wants a position on the
California Boxing Commission.
Senior adviser . . . likes baseball,
bowling . . . "Bob" plans to be
a machinist mate in the Navy.
"Babe" likes swimming dancing,
and tennis . . . collects miniatures
. . . plans dental nursing career.
Likes football, swimming and sleep-
ing . . . will go into Navy . . .
plans later to become a lawyer.
Eagle Society. basketball team '40,
'41, '42, LIZ president . . . likes
all sports-. . . plans to go to U.C.
Saber Club, Chess Club, senior ad-
viser . . . likes lishing, boating . . .
will attend U.C. for medicine.
Eagle Society, Executive Council.
tennis team . . . L10 prexy, S.B.
athletic manager . . . to go to Cal.
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, Saber Club
. . . likes hiking and model build-
ing . . . aircraft electrician is aim.
Collects miniatures . . . likes read-
ing, radio . . . will attend business
college . . . to return to China.
Ci.A.A., G.S.S., C.S.F. secretary
, . . enjoys badminton . . . plans
secretarial work after graduation.
John Friedle t Maxine Furstenburg Gloria Garibaldi Steve Garibaldi
Clara Goldstein Gloria Goldstein Sallie Golumb Margaret Graham
Grover Hammett Robert Hansen Alma Hardy David Harney
Pauline Heidler. Charlotte I-Ielmick
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Senior adv' . . r tes are football, swimming and eat-
fo lm. 'etb d s . X ng . . . plans to enter R.C.A.F.
j ' LM s ri ' . . . later to be commercial artist.
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ambi ' is aeron ' ' . ngi J, education...ambition band leader.
ELI I LEY ANGELINA ISOLA
Cellist es . . . likes bad- Transferred from Nevada . . . en-
minton, m A nies . . . "Beth" joys good books, baseball . . .
will s y or teaclgugf t S.F.J.C. likes to meet people and see movies.
EDWIN HOF IAN
Camera Club, Saber - ub, R.O.T.C.
championship Rifle Team . . . Sur-
veyor staff photographer.
G.A.A., girls' chorus . . . plays
piano . . . likes badminton, tennis
. . . "Bet", will go to S.F.J.C.
' ORVA HOSKINSON
Music Club, mixed chorus . . .
plays piano . . . enjoys cross-word
puzzles . . . music major at J.C.
C.S.F., Honor Roll . . . likes clas-
sical music, bicycling . . . "Fritz"
plans to work after graduation.
Likes doodling, model houses, bas-
ketball . . . will enter Bethlehem
Steel . . . ambition, naval architect.
Senior adviser . . . likes listening
to good music on radio, and bad-
minton . . . will be stenographer.
Eagle Society, C.S.F .... likes
sports and music . . . "Jake" plans
career of chemical engineering.
Pan American Club . . . likes bad-
minton . . . will do secretarial work
. . . wants to see South America.
Favorites are archery, football,
photography and sketching . . .
will study photo chemistry at J.C.
R.O.T.C. Sgt., swimming team . . .
"Johnny" likes dancing, photog-
raphy . . . will become architect.
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Elaine Jackson Robert Jakob
Arthur Kaku George Kapkin
Rinda Kinard Robert Kincaid
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Alta Promesa Club . . . collects
signs . . . enjoys shows and tennis
. . . "Pinky" will go to S. F. State.
Senior adviser . . . likes to dance
and bowl . . . going to Lux Col-
lege to be medical assistant.
C.S.F. life member, French Club
. . . enjoys reading, swimming and
tennis . . . will study accounting.
Likes all kinds of sports, especially
baseball and football . . . "Art"
hates to leave Washington.
Block W, track team three years
. . . enjoys basketball and tennis
. . . will enter Army Air Corps.
Senior adviser . . . likes model
building, reading . . . enjoys foot-
ball . . . future in advertising.
Enjoys classical music, swimming,
movies . . . would like to work on
farm . . . hates to leave G. W.
LOU JEAN KELLER
Senior adviser, L12, H12 executive
council . . . enjoys sewing, dancing
. . . will enter business world.
Surveyor photo editor . . . likes basa
kethall, football, swimming . . .
Study aerial photography at J.C.
G.A.A., Music Club, girls' chorus,
senior adviser . . . enjoys ice skat-
ing . . . will enter S.F.J.C.
Collects records . . . likes to write
letters, swim, read . . . "Bet" will
study to be dietician,
Dancing, swimming, badminton,
writing letters are "Boots"' favor-
ites . . . to be commercial artist.
R.O.T.C. member . . . "Bob" is
already in active service in the
Army . . . likes singing and guitar.
Saber Club, R.O.T.C. champion-
ship Rifle Team . . . likes drama,
movies, football . . . to Air Corps.
ne Klein Lois Kleinert
orton Kresteller Rosie Kupper
tsy Lew Herman Lewin
Efred Lum Raymond Lynch
Block W, senior adviser, G.A.A.
. . . enjoys dancing . . . literary
ambitionsmentering business world.
Senior adviser, G.A.A .... enjoys
dancing. movies, horseback riding
. . . to become buyer at J.C.
G.A.A., Surveyor staff . . . plays
piano . . . enjoys dancing and
bowling . . . will enter college.
R.O.T.C. member . . . likes shop
courses, electrical work . . . "Bill"
is on active duty in the the Army.
G.A.A., Girl Reserves' president,
Pan American Club . . . enjoys
skating . . . will study at S.F. State.
Sparks Club . . , enjoys amateur
radio, swimming . . . likes travel-
ing . . . "Ed" will enter U.C.
Eagle staff '. . . "Pugs" likes bas-
ketball . . . entering business col-
lege . . . plans to be reporter.
Likes airplanes . . . enjoys foot-
ball and basketball . . . "Dick's"
future in aircraft industry.
Collects stamps . . . builds model
airplanes . . . enjoys bowling . . .
will enter U.C.
Block W member . . . likes to
dance . . . sports enthusiast . . .
will work after graduation.
Senior adviser, Mike Masquers,
A Cappella Choir, L12 secty., senior
play . . . to become actress.
Girl Reserves . . . enjoys interior
decorating, volleyball . . . will
study social service at S.F. State.
Basketball '41 . . . enjoys all
sports, radio work . . . "Dane"
will either enter Navy or shipyards.
Likes to sleep, dance, play basket-
ball and eat . . . "Lili" will enter
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Eagle circulation manager, senior
'adviser ... . "Lash" enjoys skiing,
dancing . . . to College of Pacific.
Eagle stall, senior adviser . . . en-
joys airplanes, basketball, baseball
. . , wants to be a salesman.
Block W, G.A.A., senior adviser
. . . likes basketball, badminton,
swimming . . . J.C. is her choice.
Banking staff, school bookkeeper
. . . likes figures . . . "Herm"
will study at J.C. to be accountant.
Senior adviser, L10 executive coun-
cil . . . favors basketball and danc-
ing . . . entering business world.
Sparks Club . . . likes tractor driv-
ing, hiking, skiing . . . lumber-
jacking is "Art's" choice of trade.
Head yell leader '41, Executive
Council . . . likes dramatics, fish-
ing . . . J.C. for business training.
Soccer team three years . . . enjoys
ice skating, movies . . . collects auto
parts . . . entering steel mill.
Three years perfect attendance, 5
senior plays . . . Rifle Team . . .
is entering theatrical world.
Display Club . . . likes all sports,
photography . . . majored
. . . "Ray" will go to J.C.
Football '38, '40, '41 . . .
photography and basketball
"Al" will study business at J.C.
Horseback riding, ice skating,
ing are tops with "Ray"
will enlist with Marines.
Senior adviser, Girl Reserves . . .
enjoys music . . . plans to
business world as secretary.
Played basketball, baseball, foot-
ball . . . likes model airplane
building . . . will enter Air Corps.
Eagle Society, R.O.T.C. Captain,
Saber Club . . . likes thinking, foot-
ball . . . entering Army Air Corps.
j RAYMOND MANDERE'
Rifle Club, baseball team . . .
enjoys lishing, hunting . . . would
like to be a game warden.
Marjorie Koeppe Edward Koller Pilar Kopfli Richard Krause
Fred Larsen l.illian Larsen ,lean Lasher Harold Levy
Harold Lister Kenneth Litz Charles Loesch Raymond Lowe
Albert Maloui Raymond Mandere
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Likes tennis, swimming, radio . . .
"Al" will go to business college..
. . . to be stenographer.
Collects books , . . enjoys swim-
ming and hiking . . . business
school for secretarial course.
Mike Masquers, picture operator
. . . likes chemistry . . . will study
scientific research at S.F.J.C.
I.ihrary assistant . . . plays piano
. . . enjoys ice skating, badminton
. . . entering S.F. State.
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team . . . favorites
are drawing, model building . . .
"Don" plans to attend j.C.
G.A.A., Floral Arts Club . . .
likes to make faces, swim . . . col-
lects perfume . . . to be model.
French Club, senior adviser, Red
Cross . . . likes skiing, baseball.
basketball . . . to be a doctor.
Senior adviser, mixed chorus . . .
likes good records . . . football,
baseball...will become Navy flyer.
"Audie" likes picnics, cooking and
music . . . will study to be a
concert singer at College of Pacific.
G.A.A. member . . . plays piano
. . . likes bowling, horseback rid-
ing . . . will become air hostess.
Senior adviser . . . "jo" likes
dancing . . . interested in photog-
raphy . . . to be pharmacist.
Pan American and Spanish Clubs
. . . enjoys movies . . . entering
Latin American gov't research.
Sparks Club, tennis team, senior
adviser . . . likes tennis . . . en-
tering S.M.J.C. for optometry.
"Bobby" likes to read and play
tennis . . . she will become an in-
terior decorator at S.F.J.C.
Floral Arts Club, Eagle staff . . .
likes dancing, swimming . . . home
economics course at Cal. Aggies.
Senior adviser, girls' choral, class
banker . . . likes horseback riding,
swimming . . . to be secretary.
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Floral Arts, Rifle Club, G.A.A.
. . . likes to cook, swim, drive and
draw . . . to S.F. State.
Saber Club. R.O.T.C. Rifle Team,
senior adviser . . . enjoys football
. . . will attend college.
G.A.A. member . . . likes to dance
and play tennis . . . enjoys all
sports . . . entering business college.
C.S.F., band member . . . likes ten-
nis, stamps . . . plays 'clarinet . . .
will become chemist at U.C.
"Stan" likes to play baseball and
basketball . . . after graduation he
will continue with education.
"Bud" likes auto rides, model air-
planes, music and swimming . . .
entering Army Air Corps.
Block W, senior adviser, C.S.F.
. . , likes dancing records and bike
riding . . . S.F. State for teaching.
Girl Reserves member . .
reading, costume designing .
to become a nurse at Stanford.
Enioys hunting, Eshing, archery
and swimming . . . likes dogs . . .
will study aviation at j.C.
S.B. president, I-Ill president, Eagle
Society . . . likes basketball and
football . . . will attend U.S.F,
I-Ii-Y member . . . likes dancing,
swimming . . . wants to be a suc-
cess . . . work in shipyards.
likes all kinds of sports, especially
a good game of baseball or basket-
ball . . . going to work.
Eagle Society, football team '40,
'41 . . . likes movies and sports
. . . will study at S.F.j.C.
"Do" likes to sew and read . .
enioys tennis and badminton . .
plans to work after graduation.
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mixed chorus, Music Club . . .
further musical education.
Mixed chorus, Class banker . . .
likes picnics, horseback riding . . .
teaching career at S.F. State.
"Pancho" likes to watch movies
and Hsh . . . would like to be-
come a chemist . . . going to J,C.
G.A.A. member, senior adviser,
reg vice prexy . , . likes dancing,
baseball . . . enter business college.
Played 110 lb. basketball, Block
W . . . likes to play tennis . . .
to U.C. for chemistry.
Mixed chorus member . . . likes
dancing, badminton, eating . . .
"Mickie" will attend S.F. State.
"Pavvy" likes to hike, read . . .
enjoys bowling and Swimming . . .
to college for dramatics career.
G.A.A., Spanish Club member . . .
likes to read, play golf and ride
horses . . . nursing career at U.C.
G.A.A., Mike Masquers, senior
adviser . . . "Evie" likes danc-
ing and bowling . . . to attend j.C.
A Cappella Choir, G.A.A., senior
adviser . . . likes dancing, sing-
ing . . . will enter J,C., then Cal.
S.B. secretary, G.S.S., Tri-Y treas.,
Block W, Surveyor editor . . .
senior adviser, Executive Council.
Block W, senior adviser . . . likes
to dance, swim, play tennis . . .
business college for buyer's training.
G.A.A., senior adviser . . . likes
radio, bowling and badminton , . .
laboratory technician study at Cal.
"Ellie" likes to listen to the radio,
tennis and bowling . . . collects
pictures . . . future business career.
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elyn Pearl Katherine Penkofl Alice Penna Carin Person
orge Pong Russell Posner Marian Prior Alma Pulin
Marie Robert Charles Roberts
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Likes to listen to radio and see
good motion pictures . . . collects
stamps . . . will attend S.F.j.C.
R.O.T.C. assistant band leader,
school orchestra . . . likes tennis,
clarinet playing . , . going to U.C.
Senior adviser, track '40, '41g soc-
cer '59 . . , likes movies, airplanes,
football . . . engineering at O.S.C.
C.S.F. life member, R.O.T.C. Sgt.
. . . likes to play chess, read . . .
play piano,,.U.C. teaching course.
Alta Promesa Club . . . likes draw-
ing, horseback riding . . . collects
miniatures...horse raising at C.O.P.
Floral Arts Club. G.A.A. member
, . . likes to read and bowl . . .
badminton . . . nursing career.
Mixed chorus . . . likes dancing,
basketball and sewing . . . to be-
come vocal music teacher at j.C.
R.O.T.C. Technical Sgt. . . .
movie operator, dance band . . .
likes track . . . will attend J.C.
G.A.A. member . . . likes sing-
ing, skating . . . collects auto-
graphs . . . study teaching at State.
R.O.T.C. Staff Sgt .... likes to
dance and play tennis . . . will
probably work after graduation.
Likes to dance, bowl and draw . . .
after graduation, "Pat" will prob-
ably look for a job.
C.S.F., G.S.S., Block W, G.A.A..
senior adviser . . . likes to dance
. . . entering business college.
Senior adviser . . . likes horseback
riding, swimming and track . . .
will study forestry at S.F, State.
Senior adviser . . . likes hiking and
a good game of baseball . . . will
become forester at LC.
Enjoys movies and radio programs
. . . collects autographs . . . likes
football . . . will join the Navy.
Senior adviser, R.O.T.C. Sgt.,
Eagle Salesman . . . likes radio
programs . . . business career.
George Papathakis Mary Parker Marie Pavlotf- Virginit Peace
Shirley Phillips Elena Piombo George Pironi Otto Platt
Beverly Raddue Harold Raphael Eleanor Redell William Richards
William Rose Jack Rosenthal '
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Tmmett Qoules Don Spier Eugene Stetten Dorothy Stillman
Senior adviser, archery, and Block
W . . . likes tennis . . . to Stanford.
Favorite sports are riding, tennis
. . . will enter business world.
"Bobbie" enjoys rhumba dancing
. . . likes badminton, golf, tennis.
Publications chief, G.S.S., C.S.F.,
Block W, senior adviser.
"Scoof" enjoys dieting and play-
ing bridge . . . entering J.C.
"Kay" was senior adviser, banker
for three years . . . secretary.
Pan American Club, school orches-
tra, senior adviser . . . office work.
Senior adviser . . . enjoys basket-
ball games, movies . . . will work.
Likes dancing and listening ro
popular records . . . designer.
C.S.F. life member, G.A.A., Tri-
Y, G.S.S., Blk. W, graduate editor.
"Bill" likes to sail, hunt, ride and
tish . . . to become an engineer.
"Barney" likes to drive and col-
lect butterflies . . . entering Navy.
Music Club, G.A.A., mixed chorus
. . . likes bicycling . . . to S.F. State
Senior adviser, G.A.A .... en-
joys dramatics . . . to be secretary.
G.A.A., senior adviser, reg treas.
. . . enjoys sports, collects records.
Enjoys dancing and listening to
popular records . . . to be secretary.
Played football '41, dance commit'
tee . . . likes basketball . . . U.S.F.
Pan American and Display Clubs
. . . likes dancing, tennis . . buyer.
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George Schoen Bernard Shapiro June Shapiro Anita Shepa
Edward Smith William Smith Bessie Snead Anne Sosnic
Norman Stone Oliver Straub Audrey Strong Faye Strugn
Marion Sullivan Arnold Taddeucci
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Eagle Society, H12 president . . .
played varsity basketball . . . U.S.F.
Likes ice skating, swimming and
Fixing his car . . . plans on U.S.F.
Business manager of Surveyor . . .
enjoys swimming and bowling
Wfas H12 reg secretary . . . likes to
dance, bowl . . . collects records.
"Bud" lmes basketball and swim-
ming . . . to build airplanes.
Sold 127 Surveyor ads . . . likes
public speaking and ice skating.
Played football '59, '40 . . . Sparks
Club . . . active Coast Guardsman.
S. DOROTHY STILLMAN
"Dot" plans to go to secretarial
college . . . likes dancing, tennis.
Likes movies, reading and swim-
ming . . . "Rock' plans on J.C.
Likes movies, dancing and stamp
collecting . . . entering civil service.
Member of G.A.A. and Block XY!
. . . collects post cards and shells
Surveyor advertising manager '41,
rally committee . , . Arizona U.
Pan Amer. Club, G.A.A., C.S.F.
. . . enjoys dancing . . . records.
Senior adviser . . . builds model
airplanes . . . engineering at U.C.
Likes to dance and talk . . . en-
joys swimming and cooking.
ARNO LD- TADDEUCCI
Hi-Y member . . . "Tad" likes all
sports . . . law at U.S.F.
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G.A.A .... likes dancing, golf and
shooting . . . secretarial work.
H12 vice prexy, L12 treas., Block
W, Tri-Y, G.A.A .... to J.C.
Eagle editor, Saber Club, Eagle So-
ciety . . . J.C. for radio work.
G.A.A. yell leader, Block W secty.,
Executive Council, senior adviser.
Likes listening to "hot" records,
bowling and basketball . . . C.P.A.
C.S.F. pres. '41, Hi-Y, Eagle Socie-
ty, senior adviser . . . engineering.
Likes dancing, swimming, movies
. . . enjoys reading . . . bookkeeper.
G.A.A .... likes playing bridge
. . . plans to be model or teacher.
Senior adviser, Block W, track . . .
"Fritz" will be machinist.
Likes to dance and bowl . . . en-
joys swimming . . . secretary.
Lightweight basketball . . . likes
archery, sailing . . . electrician.
"Margie" likes dancing, tennis,
and swimming . . . collects stamps.
Radio Club, senior adviser . . .
likes to fish, swim . . . announcer.
Manager of first championship bas-
ketball team . . . C.P.A. at J.C.
Senior adviser, G.A.A., Girl Re-
serves . . . likes sports, piano.
Senior adviser, G.A.A. member . . .
likes to dance and bowl . . . J.C.
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Warren Uhte Frances Urban June Vaughn
George Vogiatzis Gudrun Voigt Helen Vostroff
Elaine Werner Susan Werth Ray Wertheimer
George Yano Marian Zaun Donald Zimmer
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Baseball team . . . likes to watch a
good ball game . . . enjoys eating.
G.S.S., C.S.F., and Tri.Y pres.
'42 . . . will go to Stanford.
G.A.A., Music Club, advanced
mixed chorus . , . music at Cal.
Senior adviser . . . likes reading,
swimming . . . will enter J.C.
Senior adviser, member girls' cho-
ral, reg pres .... likes sports.
Likes horseback riding, sketching,
swimming . . . collects sketches.
G.A.A. member . . . likes to swim,
ride horseback . . . will go to U.C.
Entertained at rallies and radio
plays . . . to become band leader.
Member of Display and Floral Arts
Clubs, senior adviser . . . teacher.
Member of Hi-Y, Debating and
Red Cross Clubs . . . to J.C.
Likes eating and sleeping . . . en-
joys bowling, skating . . . W.U.
Likes dancing, swimming and ten-
nis . . . enjoys swing recordings.
Likes bowling, swimming . . . col-
lects records . . . machine operator.
Senior adviser, Block W . . . three
years soccer team . . . bookkeeper.
C.S,F., advanced mixed chorus . . .
likes skating . . . music at S.F. State.
Music Club president, R.O. band,
chorus accompanist . . . radio plays.
Likes baseball and tennis . . . en-
joys gardening . . . architecture.
Debate Club, C.S.F member . '.
"Dan" likes fencing, sketching.
Alan Timmons Theodora Tjovenos
Fred Venker Rowena Veprin John Vetromile Marjorie Vmal
Paul Wall Jeanne Wallace Ann Wegman John Welck
Elinor Whaley William Winter Eunice Wirtllinger Jacklyn Wfolff
Harold Zimmerman Daniel Ota
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Likes badminton and listening to
radio . . . plans to work in an
office or to sell.
Belongs to Block W, Tri-Y and
G.S.S .... "Lynn" was L11 sec-
retary, L12 vice-prexy, Tri-Y sec'y.
Belongs to Music and Design Clubs
. . . likes music, tennis, ceramics
. . . "Alf" will do art work.
"Bobbie" plans to study nursing
. . . hobbies are bowling and talk-
ing . . . intends to go to S.F.j.C.
His main ambition is to become a
research chemist . . . he likes ice
skating and basketball.
"Bud" likes fishing and hunting
. . . enjoys swimming, building air-
planes . . . to become Naval oliicer.
"Am" collects records . . . likes
basketball and football . . . belongs
to C.S.F .... may join Marines.
' ROBERT ANGEL
Plans to be diesel engineer . . . his
hobbies are swimming, basketball
and tinkering with motors.
Belongs to Sparks Club, stage and
sound crews . . . likes sports . . .
Likes swimming, tennis. badmin-
ton. dancing . . . collects match
covers . . . to become a nurse.
Likes reading, tennis, swimming,
football . . . "Howdy" will become
aeronautical engineer at college.
Mike Masquers, Spanish and Chess
Club member . . . likes sports and
dancing . . . to J.C. or Navy.
Belongcd to I-Ii-Y, Executive Coun-
cil, tennis team for three years . . .
likes sports, fixing cars . . . Navy.
Wfants to be secretary . . . likes
badminton, skating, reading . . .
will enter S.F.j.C. or bus. college.
G.A.A., C.S.F., orchestra . . . likes
reading, swimming, tennis, violin
. . . will become registered nurse.
Likes listening to radio, volleyball,
basketball, tennis . . . likes movies
. . . will work after graduation.
Belonged to G.A.A .... likes to
talk, dance . . . will enter Oregon
State to become a nurse.
Enjoys dancing, shows, basketball
. . . "Marge" to enter cosmetulogy
lield as photography makeup artist.
Band member . . . likes to sv.-im,
play trumpet . . . "Lee" wants to
work in Dept. of Commerce.
Music Club member . . . likes
horseback riding, badminton . . .
would like to become a success.
Sparks Club, movie projector. band
member . . . likes ice skating, bas-
ketball, driving . . . to enter Army.
Likes track . . . interested in model
aviation . . . will become aviation
freight manager at j.C.
Mixed chorus member . . . likes
badminton, movies, singing . . .
will become singer or art teacher.
"Walt" enjoys all sports, espe-
cially swimming . . will en ist in
may join Army or go to Cal. vy after gradu 'on.
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o al 1d seb. . "Tony" lects st mps, records . . . will be-
ill wor , i Av oo per. come registered pharmacist at U.C.
B 'A I B I ' SHERMAN BURKE
Belonged to Rifle b, .S.F .... Sparks and Radio Club. movie pro-
"Bea" likes danci , entering con- jector, Saber Club, R.O.T.C. Cap-
tests, sports . . . enter civil service.
Likes swimming, football and tin-
kering with super cars . . . "Marty'
will become a forest ranger.
Enjoys hunting, fishing, building
gas model airplanes . . . "Rod"
will attend college.
R.O.T.C. Corporal . . . likes bas-
ketball, football, collecting lirearms
. . . "jerry" will become surgeon.
Likes to fish, hunt, play baseball
and basketball . . . "Bob" wants
to attend Notre Dame later.
tain . . likes hiking . . join Army.
Past yell leader . . . likes to swim,
hike and camp . . . "Al" will join
Marine Training School.
Tri-Y, G.A.A. member . . . likes
walking, sewing . . . 'enjoys sports
. . . entering business world.
Belonged to French and Music
Clubs . . . enjoys concerts, swim-
ming, violin . . . to be violinist.
Enjoys reading and listening to the
radio . . . likes sports . . . wants
to become social service worker.
Interested in swimming, hshing and
building airplane n1odels . . . will
become draftsman at S.F.J.C.
Enjoys jittetbugging, singing, and
reading . . . would like to become
commercial artist or singer.
Rifle Club member . . . likes ice
skating, making silver jewelry . . .
will become surgeon at Cal.
Likes to dance and listen to record-
ings . . . plays badminton. volley-
ball . . . entering S.F.J.C.
"jim" likes to play and watch all
sports . . . "Noisy" likes to talk,
eat, and sleep.
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, ten is .nd swimming
. . will atte Cal or S.F.J.C.
Likes to drive, listen to radio, and
build airplane models . . . "Hank"
wants to become a pilot.
Was member of the G.A.A. board
. . . likes ping pong and badmin-
ton . . . plans to enter S.F.j.C.
Likes dancing, automobile riding
. . . enjoys stenographic work . . .
"Pat" will probably work.
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C.S.F. member . . . likes to play
basketball and roller skate . . .
to become C.P.A. at U.S.F.
Collects trinkets . . . "Sparkie"
likes music, badminton, bowling
. . . to become lab. technician.
Belonged to Block W, G.A.A ....
li es dancing, skating, swimming
. . . "Dot" plans to attend J.C.
Rifle and Spanish Club member,
G.A.A., Block W . . . likes to
dance, write . . . attend college.
Swimming team for three years . , .
likes basketball, golf, swimming
. . . will study sports writing.
Saves ticket stubs . . . likes movies,
walking. basketball . . . to become
Pan American Club member . . .
enjoys radio, shows, badminton
. . Q would work in Latin America.
Likes popular recordings, swim-
ming, basketball . . . "Babe" en-
joys bowling . . . would like to fly.
Belonged to G.A.A .... "Ginny"
likes shows, drinking cokes . . .
will become a teacher.
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chitect . . . likes hunti 'wim- pr' baseba games '41 . . . likes sports, hunting . . .
ming . . . collects pi and dancing , . . enter S.F. State. will study medicine at Cal.
TINIOTHY ELGER ALINOR EPSTV ELLE OLDSTEIN
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T . Y GLU LU ,bd vrvrA LORRAINE GORGOLL
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wi' CS' ' ' n g - ' - Clubs . . . c cts miniatures . . da sw' . . will prepare
collects ecords . . . enter Cal. plans U, be , epjmne 0P ' -y
JANICE DE MOOR MER f ,, .1 , - A e FLORINE GOTTES '
g"A',A" C'S'F" Flenchfxnd Banks Tri-Y me . . . favorite pas- Assistant school banker, G.A.A.
gnilmub mfmber ' ' ' enloys basket' times ad' , dancing . . . would member . . . "Flo" likes talking
m ' ' ' P ans to enter U'C' like to" ecome social worker. and badminton . . . to ,l.C.
JULES DE MOOR
R.O.T.C. Sergeant . . . collects
stamps . . . likes bowling and bas-
ketball . . . will be Army engineer.
Block W, G.A.A.. Spanish Club
. . . enjoys badminton and movies
. . plans a secretarial career.
"Ray" likes to go on long hikes.
tinker with automobiles . . . plans
job that pays good money.
Eagle Society, co-captain of '42
basketball team . . . "Kenny"
likes sports . . . entering U.S.F.
orine Gottes .
illiam Grin- JJ
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illiam Hartman ,
G.A.A., Pan American Club . . .
enjoys skating . . . likes to read
. . . will enter business world.
G.A.A., Spanish Club . . . likes
rhumba, ice skating . . . collects
Latin-American records. . .secretary.
Executive Council member . .
likes dancing. swimming. radio . . .
plans to enter LC.
Eagle Society, basketball team . . .
enjoys sports, especially basket-
ball . . . plans entering college.
MIRIAM DURYEA 'lt
G.A.A., Block XV . . . likes dra-
r ' " ' ' ' I' g
G.S.S., Block W, G.A.A., L10
secretary . . . likes ice skating . . .
plans secretarial career.
Football team '41, '42. Surveyor
advertising manager . . . likes
sports . . . become reporter at Cal.
RUTH EIBER '
Likes all kinds of sports, especially
tennis . . . plans to become a phy-
sical education teacher in college.
"lil" likes all kinds of sports,
especially swimming . . . plans to
enter college after graduation.
Hi-Y, basketball. football .
likes sports and checkers .
plans to enter Notre Dame.
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G.A.A., Block W. Banking Club
. . . likes sports, radio and movies
. . . to j.C. or business college.
'41 baseball team . . . likes sports.
especially basketball . . . future
employee of Associated Oil CO.
Mixed Chorus member . . . likes
picnics, swimming. avoiding home-
work . . . to become secretary.
Enjoys basketball and reading . . .
collects records . . . she will study
at j.C. after graduation,
Hi-Y member . . . favorite pastimes
hunting, hshing, basketball . . .
expects to attend Notre Dame.
G.A.A., reg prexy, vice-prcxy . . .
likes tennis. music . . . will become
professional accompanist at State.
Likes going to movies, talking on
the phone . . . enjoys ice skating
and swimming . . . going to J.C.
l.l2 secretary, Block W member . . .
likes dancing. talking, swimming
. . . will enter Cal. or ,T.C.
Member of Hi-Y. 120 basketball
team, '40 . . . likes football . . .
"Bob" will enter S.F.j.C.
ls interested in photography, espe-
cially moving pictures . . . likes
horseback riding . . . Navy.
Hi-Y, Eagle Society. rally commit-
tee, S.B. treasurer, athletic manager
. . . likes sports . . . will enter Cal.
Varsity basketball '-42 . . . likes
running elevators. chess, sports . . .
electrical engineering at j.C.
G.A.A. member . . . likes playing
piano, listening to radio, bowling
. . . is entering business college.
Likes dancing, swimming, bowling
and reading . . . collects menus . . .
will study to become buyer.
Likes sports, especially basketball
and track . . . enjoys roller skating
. . will be foreign correspondent.
Belonged to G.A.A .... likes to
read, play badminton and volley-
ball . . . will attend S,F. State.
Favorite hobbies are swimming and
talking . . . after graduation, will
study to he comptometer operator.
Spends her time reading, swim-
ming, playing the piano . . . will
Band member . . . likes swimming
and baseball . . . "Hyrnie" plans
a Naval career . . . likes football.
Likes all sports, especially basket-
ball and baseball . . . hates to
Belonged to C.S.F. . . . good mu-
sic, bowling and talking are fav-
orites . . . will study at J.C.
Likes to tinker with radios . . .
likes basketball, hunting, fishing
. . . has plans for Naval career.
Likes dancing, swimming and play-
ing badminton . . . enjoys knitting
. . . plans to do commercial work.
Likes to drive and fish . . . enjoys
basketball and football . . . plans
to enter Notre Dame after G.W.
Collects stutfed animals . . . likes
reading and swimming . . . enjoys
riding . . . will study at J.C.
Prefers baseball over all other
sports . . . likes to build things
. . . will become an electrician.
G.A.A. member . . . likes radio,
dancing, swimming . . . sports are
tennis, baseball . . . to be secretary.
Favorite sport is track . . . likes
soda jerking . . . will study to be-
come pharmacist after graduation.
WILLIAM HARTMAN '
Belonged to German Club . . likes
to dance, swim, and ride horse-
back . . . business major at J.C.
R.O.T.C. champion rifle team . . .
enjoys hiking, track and camping
. . . will become doctor at ,I.C.
Lowell Smith makes the wheels
sta p to student' wr
150 basketball team . . . enjoys
basketball, football and reading . . .
P.E. major at S.F. State.
Collects phonograph records . .
likes to dance, play baseball . . .
plans photographic modeling.
GLORIA HEINTZ- ' '
G.A.A. member . . . likes reading.
swimming'and tennis . . . hopes
to attend college.
G.A.A. member, Red Cross repre-
sentative . . . enjoys good music
. . . will become a stewardess.
Is interested in dancing, swimming,
sketching . . . collects records . . .
plans to work in defense industry.
G.A.A. member . . . likes to play
piano, bowl and read . . . secre-
tarial career at business college.
Belonged to G.A.A ..., enjoys em-
broidering, swimming and bowling
. . . entering trade school or J.C.
Is a basketball enthusiast, who likes
all sports . . . plans an engineering
course at J.C.
Was a G.A.A. member . . . likes
badminton, tennis and model air-
planes . . . plans business career.
R.O.T.C. Sgt .... enjoys good
movies . . . basketball, football are
favorite sports . . . Army career.
Football team '41, '42 . likes
hunting and football . . . has am-
bition to be orchestra leader.
Red Cross member . . . likes to
write letters, dance . . . enjoys
swimming . . . commercial career.
G.A.A., Block W . J . enjoys ten-
nis, dancing, swimming . . . will
study teaching at S.F. State.
Record collector . . . likes gabbing
. . . sports enthusiast, likes basket-
ball, football . . . to be salesman.
Belonged to G.A.A. . . likes
reading, painting . . . enjoys volley-
ball and badminton . . . to be CPA.
Played football '41 . . . enjoys soft-
ball, basketball and books . . . will
study pre-dental at S.F. State.
Likes to bowl, play basketball . . .
will become research chemist at
Played 130, varsity basketball . . .
sports enthusiast, likes billiards.
track, basketball . . . defense work.
Likes swimming, tennis and bad-
minton . . . plays steel guitar . . .
ambition, commercial artist.
Likes mechanical drawing, basket-
ball and radio . . . might attend
U.C. or work for oil company.
Eagle Society, L12 prexy,
Executive Council . . . likes
and football . . . entering
Track team '40 . . . li s bz
and reading . . . wi
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JACK IVIQICCHESNEY '
Block W, C.S.F. member . . . likes ll ln Eirgal-ggi?
Glenn Miller recordings, golf . . . ' j A' H
plans to enter Cal. KY -' Jem em
wh,-kr Fred Herzo
L. EJKUEXE C ,AT-D as Q ---- Lillian Hiickiii
. . il .tt a tec 'g l, 'ir Glory Hom'
Sch fK J fx Raymond Hon
ROBERT i LLORY QB, -,XV m
Likes billiards and talking . . . after V X JS'
graduation, plans to enter the U.S. SLQEQX
Army. gl Jewel Honeggej
PETER MAI-ONE R . ,,-TEM Hayward I-lopklnso
Saber Club, C.S.F., Eagle Society, - Gmdfm HOY'
R.O.T.C. caps .... likes study- --N Pauline Jacobso
ing . . . entering West Point. Stephanie Jacobso
1t,fAUZAC--ffpfo T Howard Johnso
faces, airplanes, 3 Patricia Jrlllnso
cars . . . to become y Jack Jona.
after J.c. ,Is
G.A.A. likes -.
. 1 Col. Walter Jone
entering J.C. '- u
. . . ambition, Naval o c -X Hi Lorraine Kem
VIVIAN KR ! manager, Xifl Kenneth Keri
G.A.A.- member riding ' Cross . . will be radio 'g " Michael Khenchelia
convertibles . busin ss collects samples. Everett Koren
career . . . office mana r. MARKS g Vivian Krien
BORIS bowl, and swim'A , 'S Boris Kuzmicl
Soccer team '41 speaking . .
recdrds . , . , , future are indefinite. Z. J'
dancing . . .
Has IU future . . . likes
baseball, movies . . . en-
joys d . . . collects stamps.
Girl Reserve member . . . likes bad-
minton, swimming . . . enjoys-W
dancing . . . enter business college.
Belonged to G.A.A .... "Snooky"
enjoys swimming, bowling, reading
. . . plans secretarial career.
G.S.S., Tri-Y treasurer, G.A.A.
president . . . enjoys golf and ten-
nis . . . will enter Cal.
Belonged to Girls' Chonls . . .
likes to dance . . . her ambition is
to become a ballet dancer.
Saber Club member . . . favorite
sport is Weightlifting . . . to become
lawyer after studying at J.C.
C.S.F., G.A.A., member . . . likes
tennis, swimming, golf . . . enjoys
dancing . . . going to Cal.
ELLEN M'AASS '
Belonged to G.A.A .... likes ac-
cordion playing . . . likes sports
. . . entering business college.
Likes to tinker with radios . . .
accomplished ventriloquist . . . will
become a Naval electrical engineer.
Music and Floral Arts Club . . .
likes gardening, riding and swim-
ming . . . plays piano . . . to Cal.
"Rufus" likes horseback riding,
baseball and reading . . . plans to
become a veterinary at J.C.
"Cassumoto" likes to play piano
. . . enjoys badminton and swim-
ming as her favorite sports.
- '- HARRIETT McDERMOTT
Red Cross Club . . . likes to bowl,
have good time . . . aspires to
Australian medical battalion.
Eagle Society, Saber Club, tennis
team . . . is sports enthusiast who
likes basketball . . . entering Army.
G.A.A. member . . . likes dancing,
bicycling, and badminton . . . col-
lects photographs . . . to enter J.C.
Mike Masquers, G.A.A., H11 vice-
prexy, reg banker and prexy . . .
likes tennis . . . entering State.
Likes to ride in convertibles . . .
enjoys dancing . . . has made no
plans for the future.
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joe Platt '
Collects stamps . . . enjoys a good
game of tennis or football . . .
plans to study engineering at U.C.
Likes reading and swimming . . .
likes to watch baseball and football
games . . '. plans business college.
Block W, G.A.A .... accom-
plished accordionist . . . likes
swimming . . . become dental nurse.
Wants to make money . . . likes
swimming and surfing . . . plans
to enter the shipyards.
Class banker . . . likes movies,
football, basketball . . . after grad-
uation, plans to enter trade school.
G.A.A., reg treasurer . . . likes
Glenn Miller recordings, dancing,
and parties . . . will take vacation.
R.O.T.C. Sgt .... likes working
and gardening . . . entering Cal.
Aggies . . . to be floriculturist.
PAUL NE IM AN
R.O.T.C. Capt., Saber Club, Eagle
Society . . . likes swimming, riding
Dniiglas St. JDl1n '
Eagle Society, Saber Club, C.S.F.
. . . city, state, 9th Corps Area
individual rifle champ. . . Army.
Likes eating, dancing and bowling
. . . sophomore reg prexy . . . to
take 1.C. pre-nursing course.
Belonged to the C.S.F. coaching
staff . . . likes music and good
books . . . plans to enter Cal.
Advanced orchestra member . . .
likes bowling and movies . . . violin
player . , . to be violin teacher.
Movie operator, library staff . . .
likes basketball, football, swim-
ming . . . plans to be draftsman.
Likes dancing, driving, ice hockey,
and badminton . . . wants to Hy a
plane . . . going to j.C.
Likes to build model airplanes and
play basketball . . . photography
fan . . . to be commercial artist.
Belonged to G.A.A .... enjoys
bowling . will do office work
after attending business college.
Eagle staff, G.A.A .... likes bak-
ing pies, fencing, carving soap
miniatures . . . will attend State.
Belonged to G.A.A .... likes radio
and bicycling . . . plans to enter
San Francisco ,Junior College.
Football '59, '40, '41 . . . likes ice
cream, shooting tin cans with a .22
. . . to be Army mechanic.
Likes dancing, movies and reading
. . . enjoys soccer, football . . .
plans to work in an oflice.
Belonged to G.A.A .... likes ice
skating, swimming and eating . . .
plans to enter J.C., then Cal.
Belonged to German and Music
Clubs . . . likes football and swim-
ming . . . medicine major at J.C.
"Bobbie" belonged to G.A.A. . . ,.
dress-designing is her hobby and
ambition , . . plans to go to j.C.
Shooting and fishing are favorite
hobbies . . . rifle team member . . .
ambition, to outsboot Sgt. Feliciano.
Swimming and basketball are in-
terests . . .jplans to go to J.C.
and become an aviator.
Tennis team member . . . likes
bicycling, swimming . . . plans to
enter J.C .... Air Corps officer.
"Lil" is planning to enter U.C.
to become a journalist . . . enjoys
swimming, tennis and recordings.
Member of G.A.A. and Block W
. . . likes bowling, swimming, and
the radio . . . after graduation, j.C.
Wants to enter Nevada U . . .
likes baseball and football games
. . . enjoys swimming, bicycling.
I-li-Y, Eagle Society v.p., HIO, H11
prexy, L11 v.p., 150 and varsity
basketball . . . newspaper man.
Is interested in swimming and ship-
building . . . plans to enter college
to study medicine.
Bclonged to G.A.A., reg v.p. . .
likes movies, radio, tennis, and
swimming . . . plans to enter j.C.
Going to shows, football, and bas-
ketball games are main interests
. . . office work after graduation.
Belonged to G.A.A. and Block W!
. . . enjoys dancing, swimming
and bicycling . . . to be bookkeepcr.
Enjoys listening to comic programs
on the radio . . . likes horseback
riding . . . enters business world.
Likes swimming and most sports
. . . sun bathing is his main in-
terest . . . plans to enter college.
Hi-Y member . . . likes motor cars
and traveling . . . enjoys football.
basketball . . . enters Notre Dame.
Spanish Club member . . . likes out-
door life, eating and making models
. . . U.C. for chemical engineering.
G.A.A .... likes swimming and
badminton . . . plans to enter busi-
ness college . . . to be stenographer.
Unlimited basketball '41 . . . col-
lects football programs . . . likes
basketball . . . going to j.C.
Likes to eat and play basketball
and football . . . wants to have
more money than Rockefeller.
G.A.A. member . . . likes swim-
ming, horseback riding and talking
. . . plans to enter S.M.j.C.
Saves stamps as a hobby . . . likes
football and basketball . . . will
work . . . ambition-to retire.
Block W, G.A.A., L12 treasurer,
Executive Council . . . enjoys ice
skating . . . will study at U.C.
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Likes basketball. and ice hockey as
his favorite sports . . . plans to
enter University of Oregon.
Collects popular songs . . . likes
swimming and riding . . . after
graduation, she plans to work.
C.S.F., advanced orchestra . . .
likes knitting, cookinm: swimming
, . . entering LC. to be teacher.
HELEN SLAGTER i'
Helen likes swimming and forjfiball
. . . plans to enter college where
she will study doctoring. . I
LEATRICE SMITH '
"Lcedy" will enter Cal'to studv
X-ray . . . G.A.A., French Club
. . . likes eating, badminton.
R.O.T.C. lieutenant, Saber Club,
, , . "Spike" likes hunting, fishing
. . , plans to be Air Corps navigator.
"Willie" likes swimming, driving,
flying gas models . . . plans engi-
neering for American Tel. R Tel.
Belonged to C.S.F., Block W and
G.A.A .... likes badminton and
dancing . . . enter business world.
DOUGLAS ST. JOHN
"Speed" likes auto races . . . fa-
vorite pastimes are sleeping, eating
and camping . . . to be a farmer.
Was member of G.A.A .... after
graduation "Fran" will do com-
mercial work . . . likes bowling.
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R LE' if A" By BARBARA SCHLEG121.
George 'wirgbingtign H-jgliSchogQor the year 1942.
The high seniors Wilffreceive eir diplomas, ending
ix 4 Y if "T
5 0 Here endgtheipigfife and,.w5T'd story of the seniors
their school careers herke, a fe ne days after this
book is delivered to the fgthgdengmeelowsseniors will
enjoy the added pleasure of another term of strenuous
work and play at the school before they are called up
to receive diplomas in january, 1943.
When Mr. Cummings, our efiicient principal, be-
stows the final diploma on the last high senior at War
Memorial Opera House, Wednesday evening, june 17,
and we go our separate ways, we do not terminate our
association with George Washington High School. I
do not mean that we shall begin living in the past or
making perennial nuisance visits to the patient teachers
who have shepherded us through three years of high
school. Many of us may never enter the school again.
Still it will remain as much a part of our lives and our
future as though we were in the classroom. That is as
it should be. We all remain a part of George Wash-
ington High School.
On the lighter side we wish to leave to the attendance
office an assortment of varied, original and unique
excuses for cutting, to be used by others who might
get caught- fas we did lj
To the cafeteria we leave many unpaid I.O.U.'s for
1 cent that was made possible by the 6c cost of
To the library we leave our hushed and much-covered-
Phillip Markinson leaves footsteps for three others to
The Harris twins leave the Hindleys to keep the teach-
Bob Amore leaves-at last!
Charles Loesch leaves the campus speed limit for some-
one else to observe.
jackie Thompson leaves an empty seat on the 10th
Jean Lasher leaves her red hair, if it hadn't left her.
If Stanley Narin leaves anything, it will be because
he forgot it. '
orothy Van Voast
Was on Eagle staff . . . "Stroh"
likes movies. radio, photography
. . . to study photoriournalism.
Dance band, orchestra, R.O.T.C.
band, Projectors Club . . . likes
swimming . . . to study medicine.
G.A.A .... "Dot" likes shows,
badminton . , . going to S.F. State
to study physical education.
Was a member of Archery Club
. . . likes shows . . . ambition is
to become a beautician.
"Sweckie" desires to be a secretary
. . . collects records, pictures . . .
Soccer team . . . likes hiking, foot-
ball . . . "Norm" will ioin Navy
Air Corps. . . ambition, engineering.
Favorite pastimes are dancing, lis-
tening to records . . . likes badmin-
ton, tennis . . . plans to be buyer.
"Trapsky" plays piano . . . likes
dancing, reading . . . hobby is pho-
tography , . . secretarial school.
R.O.T.C. rifle team . . . likes to
fish, hunt . . . to be an oflicer in
the Marine Corps.
Entertained at rallies . . . favorite
sports are basketball, baseball . . .
desires to play in a dance band.
Banking staff . . . collects phono-
graph records . . . "Val" will Hy
for commercial air line company.
DOROTHY VAN VOAST
G.A.A .... "Terry" likes danc-
ing, golf, and badminton . . . a
career in medicine.
Band leader, R.O.T.C. warrant
ofhcer, Saber Club . . . wishes to
be officer in the Army Signal Corps.
"Al" likes to swim, play basket-
ball . . . after graduation he plans
to enlist in the Navy.
"Hal" likes to build models, play
football . . . plans to become drafts-
man at an engineering school.
Favorite pastimes are iitterbug
dancing, singing . . . college back
east . . . wants to be blues singer.
"jackie" likes to read . . . favorite
sport is horseback riding . . . will
go to ,l.C. upon graduation.
Was member of the Sparks Club,
Projectors Club . . . likes electrical
work, radio, baseball . . . to J.C.
"Doc" likes to enjoy life and play
baseball . . . after graduation she
plans to enter LC.
HAROLD WIN ANS
Block W, C.S.F .... likes movies.
tennis, baseball . . . "Nino" wants
to become executive . . . will work,
Majored in math and German in
G.W .... after graduation he will
join the Navy.
Favorite sports are basketball, foot-
ball . . . "jim" will become skilled
machinist . . . will go to work.
"Zappy" collects photographs . . .
advanced orchestra, banking . . .
to J.C. to become psycho-analyst.
C.S.F .... her favorite pastime is
dancing . . . likes tennis, bicycling
. . . will enter business world.
Eat 9 Remqiiw With 11
Albert Kipnis leaves his mustache to any sophomore
who wants to be manly,
Barbara Beck, Eloise Wright and Mary Parker leave
their lovely red locks to junior girls unsuccessful
jack Voegtly leaves in his supercharged tomato can.
Ed Slade leaves by request, so he refuses to leave any-
Marilyn Coleman leaves her natural platinum curls to
those who have to spend money on peroxide.
Eunice Wirthinger leaves her wad of gum under the
Bill O'Leary leaves with a sprained ankle from wihk-
ing at the sophomore girls.
George Dulik leaves his excuses in the office to be
bound and published as short stories.
George Schaffer leaves without an argument.
Dick Behrens leaves for-well, you've heard the story
of greener pastures.
Don Spier leaves his brilliant ideas to anyone who
can make them work.
Arnold Taddeucci leaves everything to the last.
The "Hollywood Boys," Ken Ford, Ray Wertheimer,
Paul Wall and Ken Litz, leave their mania for long
bobs to anyone who is willing to spend as much time
in front of the mirrorgcombing theirs.
Gordon Diard and Al Malouf leave only a part of the
ceiling in the chemistry lab.
Dorothy Burrell leaves and bequeaths her "blush" to
some innocent junior.
Ralph Meyer leaves in a cloud of dust.
Norman Stone leaves everything in an upheaval.
Robert Jakob leaves the halls for someone else to haunt.
Larry Deutsch leaves his yen for passing girls into the
show free of charge to his successor.
Ross Guidice leaves, but will probably be back.
Norma Davidson leaves without delay.
Bob Hansen leaves before they change their minds.
Faye Strugnell leaves in jack O'Brien's car.
Lorraine LaCava leaves the chem crocks-full of gum.
Thomas O'Brien leaves in the nick of time.
Barbara Schlegel leaves-no, by golly, she's going to
take it with her! -
lst Lt. M. Close
ls' Lf' 5- H.3"'l5 lst Lt. Peter Malone
Znd Lt. W. Uhte
R. 0. 7. .
By LIEUT. EDWARD BLAIR
George Washington students looked at the
R.O.T.C. here as a source of high pride and
satisfaction to the entire Student Body during
the Spring term of the war year 1942. The
students did not have to look far for evidences
of major successes in two diiferent fields of
The winning of the coveted second prize
in the National Rifle Championship matches
in competition with units throughout the
United States brought joy to every man in the
organization. The victory reflected the training
of Sergeant Ferdinand Feliciano, in charge of
the Washington Battalion, himself an expert
rifleman for many years.
Appointment of Colonel Robert Jakob as
regimental commander of the R.O.T.C. cadets
in this area was in itself a highlight of this
The R.O.T.C. Rifle Team is basking in glory
this spring after breaking all previous records
in the Ninth Corps Area, and winning over
all high schools in nine western states. After
this triumph the team placed second in the
entire nation, and broke records as being
the school to win both the Ninth Corps
Championship and place so high in the Na-
tional standings, Cadet Lt. Col. Louis North,
commander of the George Washington Bat-
talion, heads the list of "hot-shots" after be-
ing awarded a line gold watch as the highest
individual marksman in the San Francisco
high schools. Following by only one point
Albert Malouf is next in line, with Bill Chil-
ders, Gail Mountford,james Harvill, Ed Blair,
David Haskell, Robert Kincaid, Albert Kip-
nis, Myran Close, Alan Regan, Ed Hoffman,
Al Tuckey, Bill Van Steenburg, and Donald
cDermott completing the championship
eam. Cadet Kincaid is now a member of the
ank corps in the regular army. '
The Hearst Trophy Match was Bred by the
first five members of the team and third place
medals were presented to these highest marks-
Actual award of the Hearst Trophy oc-
urred on a day long to be remembered by
the Cadets at Washington High. The sun
shone down on the North Court upon the
Wilw flziftionql Nona A
entire battalion and the members of the rifle team lined up before Principal
Cummings who presented engraved medals to Louis North, Albert Malouf,
Iames Harvill, Gail Mountford, and William Childers.
Mr. john Stalker, representative of the San Francisco Call-Bulletin,
presented the trophy to Louis North, captain of the ride team, who received
it for the R.O.T.C. and student body. The 'plaque was engraved as follows:
William Randolph Hearst National R.O.T.C. Rifle Match-Won by:
George Washington Team No. 1, San Francisco, Calif., High Schools-
9th Corps Area-Third Place 1942. The plaque was also engraved with
the names of the members of the team. It will hang in the trophy case of
the school, a reminder to future generations of marksmen that they must
aim high if they are to maintain the standard set by the present generation.
More important than the Hearst Trophy award' was the National R.O.T.C.
High School Championships in which Washington won second place. Out
of all the high schools of the entire United States and its territories, the
Washington Rifle Team took second place, an achievement attained only
once before in the Ninth Corps Area.
On june 10, in the Kezar Stadium, Superintendent of Schools joseph P.
Nourse presented to the members of the rifle team all the medals and
trophies won by them during the term. This ceremony, one of the largest
held this year by the cadets of the R.O.T.C., was the otlicial ending of a
very successful year of training for the future soldiers of the United States.
All the credit for building up this championship riHe team and coaching
them to victories goes to Sergeant Feliciano who'instructed the marksmen
in all the four stages of rifle firing-prone, sitting, kneeling, and standing,
or off-hand positions.
At a banquet given for the members of the rifle team by Major Rudolph
Scholz, in charge of this regiment of R.O.T.C. cadets and instructors,
Corps Area championship medals were pinned on the rillemen. A cup,
engraved with the names of the members of the rifle team, was presented
to Sergeant Feliciano by the team in appreciation of his leadership, without
which no trophies could have been won.
Instruction in marksmanship was given to one-hundred Army Nurses
and an additional hundred members of the Women's Auxiliary Ambulance
Corps by the R.O.T.C. rifle team, in accordance with National Defense
At a review of all R.O.T.C. units in San Francisco, Cadet Colonel Robert
R.O.T.C. Leaders Col. Robert Jakob, Regimental Com- wo'
mander. Lt. Col. Louis North, Battalion Commander.
The Washington R.O.T.C. Band maintains the same high
standardgthat has brought honors to other units in the
Cadet Lt. Col. .Louis North scoring targets with Battalion
Instructor Ferdinand Feliciano.
Sergeant Robert Brown, center, extends his knowledge
of things military to radio communications, as do Harold
Lustig and Charles Zurn.
CHAMPIONSHIP RIFLE TEAM
From' Roux' Regan. A., Montford. G.. North, L., Har-
vill, J.. Hoffman, E. Run' 2: Tuckey, A., Malouf, A.,
Kincaid, R., Childers, W., VanSteenburgh, W. Bark
Raw: Major Rudolph Schulz, McDermott, D., Close, M.,
Blair, E., Kipnis. A., Haskell, D., Staff Sgt. Ferdinand
C'4detA fq n
Jakob received the oliicial flag of the city from
Mayor Angelo J. Rossi, in honor of the Wash-
ington Cadets and the championship rifle
team. Lieut. Col. Thomas G.Bond,P.M.S.8:T.,
arranged the ceremony. Three other down-
town parades have been held this term, two
of which have been held on Sunday holidays.
Air-raid duty was the first war-time inno-
vation for all cadets. The need for the rapid
clearance of the building of home-going stu-
dents and the direction of those staying was
answered by the members of the Washington
Battalion as posts were assigned and non-
commissioned omcers placed in charge. These
cadets were given special buff cards to enable
them to reach their posts before the main body
of students were in the halls.
The outside traffic squad, this term, has
been especially good and under the direction
of First Sergeant Ford it has kept a clean rec-
ord of no traffic accidents.
Another added duty for the R.O.T.C. has
Olhcers kneeling: Harvill, J., Close, M., Lohneis, G.
From Row: Wichman, R., Faraday, T., Csema, A., Ger'
son, R., Suslow, S., Schildt, K., Ezekiel, E., Zemansky,
K., Carlomango, E., Baer, R. Rauf 2: MacDonald, XV..
Hilke, J., Gliebe, J., Zobel, J., Abramson, R., Walsll, T..
Piombo, R., Healy, R., Shute, F. Bark Row: Wiman, R.,
Semenenko, A., Wuesterfeld, G., Brewster, H., Roberts,
R., Butler, A., Gregoriev, S., Ostroff, A., Newman, L.
Guidou Carrier, Barry, E.
Officers kneeling: Specht, R., Neiman, P., Timmons, A..
Hoffman, E. Front Raw: Blair, E., Tobias, R., Martin, E.,
Shannon, R., Fox, WH, Smith, E,, Harper, G., Nicholas,
L., McDermott, D., DeMoor, J. Rauf 2: Abramoposlns, G.,
Ruel, H., Brosman, E., Long, J., Mitchell, M., McManus,
R,, Bowen, A., McKinnon, R., Broemmer, F., Johnson, F.,
Palmer, M. Row 3: Schimmel, E., Warren, J., Mauser,
D., Van Steenburgh, W., Orbison, J., St. John, D.. Becker,
M., Malch, J., Bertram, B., Cohn, H., Schaffer, R., Haf-
forcl, D. Bark Row: Dimm, S., Cramer, K., Barclay. D..
Steffen, J., Brutcher, R., Shaw, E., Cailleaud. J., Tortoa
rich, I., Goldsmith, A., Rhine, G., Heller, C. Guiflovz
Carrier, Gaevert, H.
Olhcers kneeling: Kipnis, A., Michaels, E., Harris, S.
Front Row: Tuckey, A., Weik, J., Milani, P., Zahn, H.,
Cheney, D., Siegel, D., Koller, E., Walsli, T., Nalban-
dian, H., Hcrzstien, M., Tomforcl, W., Molind, NV.
Row 2.' Erlanger, S., Bray. J., Murphy, R., Woodson, L.,
Hummel, C., Swanson, W., Polonsky, H., Abraham, R..
Marthinson, R., Moore, J., Higby, F., Bly, Rau' 3:
Roberts, C., Charlip, S., Goodman, D., Parkinson, W..
Hall, L., Erlich, D., Morrow, W,, Costello, G., Rosen-
berg, G., Bowen, M., Regan, A. Bark Row: Rosenthal, J.,
Beachler, R., Mara, E., Devlin, D., Begun, J., Alperth.
R., Blumenthal, A., Hall. T., Brown, R., Bentley, D.
Guidorz Cm'riw'. Mallory, R.
Officers kneeling: Goggin, D., Malouf, IA., Montford. G..
Uhte, W. Frm!! Row: Wade, H., Hopkinson, H., Deutch.
L., Neilsen, J., Fraenkel, R., Childers, W., Dulik, G.,
Alberts, F. Row 2: Israel, W., Ivanoff, N., Walters, H.,
Udalotl, N., Hill, R., Stone, N., DelCostello, R.,
Pruetr, J, Row 3: Fisher, W., Zambelli, A., Blackhcld,
S., Geisner, G., Jack, I-I., Sprague, E., Edwards. R..
Linclen, A. Back Row: Drummond, R., Bloom, H., Zent-
ner, J., Bode. XV., Kruger, B., Trambley, D., Euphrat. P-.
McDaniels, J. Gllf!f0l1 Crxrrier. Rogers, L.
been the sugar rationing detail during the
week that the population of San Francisco
registered at the various schools throughout
the city. Cadets were assigned posts as extra
duty before and after school. This project was
carried off very well by the cadets concerned
and they were congratulated on their splendid
The annual Federal Inspection was held
this year on the 14th day of May. Lieutenant-
Colonel Malone watched the Washington
High School Battalion perform through a
three-hour parade, field inspection, and theory
class and commented on the excellence of
their training, Lt. Col. Malone stated that he
was surprised to see a high school R.O.T.C.
drill like cadets from a military academy.
On the 85th birthday of Colonel Andrew
Summers Rowan, who carried the famed mes-
sage to Garcia at the start of the Spanish-
American War, a color guard and other
school representatives called at Letterman
General Hospital at the Presidio to pay trib-
ute to him.
Sergeant Feliciano received tentative orders
to report to Salt Lake City for a period of two
and a half months. It is not yet known whether
he will be ordered to return to Washington
High School next semester but all the cadets
who will be here in the future are hoping for
As this term ends and another class gradu-
ates, Mr. E. J. Cummings, principal, expresses
that in his opinion in this school the R.O.T.C.
has lived up to its motto, "Oro en Paz, Fierro
en G'7lC'I'I'tl,', "Gold in Peace, Iron in War."
Top picture shows the color guard of the R,O,T.C. at
recent Hag presentation ceremony in the civic center at
which the oflicial Hag of the City of San Francisco was
presented to the R.O.T.C. cadets.
In the second picture the members of the Saber Club,
composed of oliicers of the R.O.'I'.C.. are pictured. Read-
ing from left to right: From Row: Cul. R. Jakob, Lt. Col.
L. North. Capt. E. Michaels, Capt. P. Nieman, Capt. A.
Malouf. Capt. S. Burke, Lt. G. Lohneis, Lt. A. Kipnis,
Lt. S. Harris, Bark Row: Lt. A. Timmons, Lt. R. Specht,
Lt. I. Harvill, Lt. E. Hoffman, Lt. W. Uhte, Lt. D.
Goizgin, Lt. G. Montford, Wairrant Officer G. Viales.
The R.O.T.C. Band is the pride of the school. They ,arc
shown in the above photograph marching around the Civic
Center at the recent San Francisco Hag ceremony,
In the lower photograph may be seen a group of
R.O.T.C. cadets studying military strategy at a long sand
table, about half of which is visible in the photograph.
The group is composed of Rosenthal, J., Koller, E.,
Murphy, R., Erlich, D., Goodman, D., Lt. S. Harris,
Malani, P., Tuckey. A.
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fagle Wqing High
The Eagles are flying high again. After a stormy flight in the
Fall 1941 term the boys took advantage of the excellent weather
during the spring term to go places and get things done.
Based on a broader held for selection of membership, the
reorganized Boys' Eagle Society under the sponsorship of Mr.
George M. Klingner began the spring term with a somewhat new
policy of electing members to the organization. Under the new
policy diversified activities are represented-ranging from the
many boys' sports to ranking ofhcers of the R.O.T.C.
First organized on October 13, 1936, the society has played a
large part in school activities. Their official insignia is a cap of
alternate scarlet and gray sections, which may be seen at all school
activities as the boys follow their duties of maintaining order at
school rallies, on the school premises and being at the service of
all faculty members at any time. It is their duty also to protect
the school banner and the school colors.
Membersh1p in the organization consists of two general divi-
sions Ex OH'lClO membership fthose who are in the society because
of the school office or position they holdj and the elected mem-
bership fsix boys from the athletic departmentj.
The ex officio members include student body officers, the high-
est ranking boy officer, usually president, in each class, and the six
highest ranking officers of the R.O.T.C. The radio announcer
and the two highest ranking boys in the school publications, the
Eagle and the Surveyor, are eligible to membership.
Always living up to their constitution, the members of the new
society are ever ready to help the student body in any way they
may following their grand tradition of the past in service.
Bob Durnal is the president, Bill Rose, vice-presidentg Nat
EAGLE SOCIETY frmriir. zlmfnl: L. Bacigalupi, R Behrens, F. Brann, J. O'Brien,
M. Davis, K. Dieicks R. Franks, R. Giudice, S. Hardeman, P. Harris, T. Harris,
R. Jakob, M. Khenchelian, P. Malone. A, Malouf, E. Michaels, P. Neiman, L.
North, R. Rhine, B. Rosenbaum, B. Smith, E. Smith, A. Timmons, W. Uhte.
R. DURNAL W. ROSE N. GARIBAID
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By BEVERLY DORAN
The dictionary defines the word service as the performing
of duties to benefit. Such a simple definition is used to cover
all the activities of the Girls' Service Society. Such is the
main basic principle on which the society was founded. The
services are not always those of importance but are the type
essential to the smooth running of the functions of everyday
school life-duties such as keeping order in the halls, at
rallies, keeping the school grounds clean and lending any
other possible service to our school.
The term was opened by the traditional initiation cere-
monies. This was held at Sigmund Stern Grove and con-
sisted of a general initiation of the girls, a good dinner, and
the formal initiation. i
Jeanne Wallace, as president, led the society this term
and proved herself a very capable leader. She was ably
assisted by Barbara Schlegel and Pat Bradley as vice presi-
dent and secretary, respectively.
The girls of this society are chosen on the basis of
meritorious service to the school, high scholastic records,
good citizenship and the approval of the faculty. It is the
ambition of every girl in Washington from sophomore to
senior to become a member of this society. Means of accom-
plishing such an end are through the channels of service.
With Miss Eleanor jackson, dean of girls here at Wash-
ington, the society has had a highly successful term. An
alumnae tea and the annual dance co-sponsored by the G.S.S.
and the Eagle Society are just two of the highlights of
It is unfortunate that so many fine girls are graduating
this term. The following members are graduating: Sheva
Alice Penna, Marie Robert, Alice Sargent, Barbara Schlegel,
Jacqueline Thompson, and eanne Wallace. ,
However, with the election of the new members before
the end of this term, the society will continue to perform
all possible service to the school in the succeeding years.
Braunstein, Fay Brierley, Beverly Doran, Charlotte Helmick, 3
G.S.S. Kfemling 1lmo'1l.' M. Adams, S. Braunstein. F. BI'lEI'lY, L. Currie,JX
B. Doran, R. Dygcrt, C. Helmick, V. Howard, C. Kurtz, L. Legcas, F. Lind-
see. A. Penna, M. Robert. A. Sargent, J. Thompson.
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By ALICE SARGENT
Always with the belief that their job was to present accurately
to the school and the surrounding' community a true picture of
the activities of the student body, the Eagle, school newspaper,
this term endeavored to broaden its coverage of the news and
reach every group in the school.
The second issue of the term was an eight-page one and proved
so popular that over three-fourths of the students bought copies
resulting in a complete sell-out.
The editor for the term was capable Alan Timmons. As news
editor, Ed Blair, who dabbled in humor on the side, found him-
self doing everything from reading proof to sharpening pencils.
As the business manager there was Gladys Wenger, while the
advertising manager was Barbara Weikel, and jean Lasher, cir-
culation manager. Bill Rose was sports editor and Marilynn
Coleman was girls' sports editor. Feature editor and author of
the popular chatter column of fashions, Suzie Subdeb, was Pat
Bourne. In charge of the streamlined humor page was skillful
The Eagle staff wishes to acknowledge assistance given during
the Fall Term by Mr. Onni Wfilson, faculty advisor. A coveted first
place award was won by The Eagle in a national contest in which
the judges were Miss Catherine McKenzie of the New York Times
and Bruce Barton, famous advertising copy writer. A second award
came from the Eighteenth Annual Contest conducted by the
Chief of publications was Alice Sargent, who was to supervise
the Eagle and the Surveyor. The editors of both publications were
responsible to her.
Engle Smjf: Allen Timmons. editorg Jean Lasherucirculation manager: Gladys
Wenger, business managerg Barbara Weikel, advertising managerg Edward Blair,
news editorg Jean Maples, exchange eclitorg Wfilliam Rose, sports editor: Pat Bourne,
feature editor: Marilyn Coleman, girls' sports editorg Bob Strohmeyer, photog-
rapherg Beverly Doran, humor editor.
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Philips Kemp, photographer: Faye Pasch, girls' sports editorg William Rose,
boys' sports editor: Alice Sargent. chief of publications: Burton Edelstein,
advertising manager, Dorian Goldman, advertising manager, Don Siegel,
With the theme of "Blackout" for this Surveyor, the staff found
plenty of inspiration from the actual blackouts and air raid alerts
which occurred throughout the term and from the defense activities
of various clubs and groups in the school.
The first Surveyor, published in December, 1937, gave thanks to
the following teachers for their aid in compiling the book: "To Miss
Marie Kirwin, our senior advisor, for her patience and untiring
efforts"g "Mere words cannot express the gratitude of the staff for the
valuable work done by Miss Eleanor Parsons in finances and circula-
tion"g "The salesmanship and advertising classes, under the direction
of Mr. Rufus Balaam"g "Miss Haidee Tobriner is to be thanked for
her kind cooperation." just as five years ago these teachers gave their
time and assistance, so they have again. In addition there was the
work of Mr. Rufus Balaam's and Mr. Thomas Gates' salesmanship
classes and Mr. Walter Mills' photography. Photo editor was Phil
Kemp and assistant editor was Ed Hoffman.
Guiding both publications was the sponsor, Mr. George Mullany.
The editors wish to extend thanks to him and to Mr. Howard
Watson of the Lexicon Press and Mr. Joseph Reily of the Graphic
Arts Engraving Co.
Heading the staff was the industrious editor Alice Penna, assisted
by the art editor Borden Rosenbaum and graduate editor Barbara
Schlegel. On the business side as manager was Bessie Snead, who
assisted in all departments. Advertising manager was Burton Edel-
stein and the sales class ad representative was Dorian Goldman. As
boys' sports editor was athletic Bill Rose and covering girls' sports
was Faye Pasch. Organization editor was jean Maples and arts editor,
MEET THE SURVEYOR EDITOR
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left-hand corner aided in the business of
obtaining advertising for the Surveyor. In
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reporter, is interviewing a faculty member,
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Pat Monahan. The men with handsome
heads are Paul Wall, Paul Kadden. Dick
Behrens. Dick Spier, star ad salesman,
wishing his able teacher, Mr. Rufus
Balaam, a happy birthday lwhilc Wfalter
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CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
Sclwlq Alaqz Hi la at W4 lcingtvn
By JEAN MAPLES
Membership in the California Scholarship Federation is an honor accorded to the
school's brightest minds. They must have ten points on their report cards, and may have
nothing below B. Three points are allowed for an Ag one for a B. Those who maintain
this high standard for four terms, one term in the senior year, become life members.
Under the leadership of its sponsors, Miss E, Parsons, and Miss Bilafer, the CSF
carries on many activities, including the coaching service. The federation greatly serves
George Washington High School by supplying coaches to 'assist other pupils in their
lessons. This has been proven a very satisfactory method of helping students.
From the CSF also come many members of the Program Committee, headed by
Mr. Bruce Bartholomew. These students assist in making out programs.
This semester's installation of new members was highlighted by a talk by Mr. H.
Raphael on his trip to Mexico. At that time he had just returned from sabbatical leave.
The officers are: Jeanne Wallace, presidentg Robert Jakob, vice presidentg and Char-
lotte Helmick, secretary. These are the students who lead the CSF in its work.
New life members of the CSF for this term were Barbara Schlegel, Marie Robert,
Russell Posner, and Paul Kadden.
Each term the group participates in a convention, which is attended by many other
high schools. This time it was held at the Sequoia Union High School at Redwood City.
In addition to discussions, including one led by Jeanne Wallace on the subject, "What
the Next Peace Will Include," there were refreshments, swimming, and dancing. There
was a similar convention at Balboa High School in this city.
SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY OFFICERS
J. Wlallace, Preridenl
R. Jakub. Virr'-Prr.rid'w1I
C. Hclmick, Sefrvmry
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CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
From' Rr11z': V. Arnautoff, XV, Lamorev, D. Goagin, I... Dito
W. Bauer, T. jocz, Stan Taussig, J. MacChesncy. F, Brann
Ron' 2: C. Trigonis, S. Zeidler, L. Nallvandian. G. Frantz
M. Arthur. G. Khachadourian, M. Levy, M. Robert. G. Nes-
pit, F. Brierley, C. I-Ielmick, B. Roeckcl, S. Graubart, G
Villalon. Row 3: M. Patterson, R. Spindel, M. Peterson, A
Vorst, S. 'xVhite, Z. Apostolides, M. Blake, L. DeI.u. M
Lynch, I.. Legeas.V. Rosasco, B. Schleger, C. Pittsey, D. Stem-
pel, E. Page. M. Nugent. lfu-rv 4: J. Bosch, B. Dye, J. Jacobs
L. Asnard, B. Baer, D. Zimet, J. Wallace, J. DeMonr, A
Wfegman, G. Brill, R. Baker. H. Wliecler, C. Hartung, D
Malson, A. Sargent, Bark Rauf: S. Suslow, A. Bandar. M
Postrel, E. Greenblatt, T. Meighan, H. Strauss, P. Kadden,
H. Mandler, B. Silcn, M. Postrel, H. Polonsky, A. Ostrolf,
F. Moses, A. Kohn, S. Marinos.
A flaming torch is the symbol of the federation,
illustrating its unending efforts to extend knowledge
and culture wherever possible. Its aim is to keep aglow
the precious light of intelligence and education, the
only means by which we can know the truth and
so be free.
Another of the federations emblems is the Roman
SCHOLARSHIP SEAL BEARERS
Left to ri,ql11.' Posner, R., Robert, M., Sehlegel, B-, Kflddcfl, P.
torch, which is the particular sign of the life members.
In times such as these, even more than in normal
days, the CSF becomes one of our most valuable or-
ganizations, for it is only through the efforts of such
groups as this one that we are able to sustain the
nation's standard of education and learning during a
period when so much time is devoted to other things.
SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY COACHING GROUP
Frou! Row: Hotzner, W. Uhte, XV., Kadden, P., Pnsner, R., Meighun, T., Bly, E., Dito, L., Taussig, S., Strauss. H.,
Berliner, R. Ron' 2: Asnard L., Gordon. J., Malmquist, A., De-Moor, J., DeLu, L., Lynch, M., Allen, D., Har-
wood, E., Dimptl. E. Row 3: Brill. G., Apostolides, R., Spindel, R., Tlela, D., Robert, M., Monroe, I., Sugnrmdn,
j., Nugent, M. Burk Row: Abellura, I., Page, E., Rosasco, V., Bosch, J., Weitzner, E., Vorst, A.
Frou! Rauf: Helmick, C., Henshaw, B., Robert, M., Patterson, M., Schlegel, B., Sargent, A. Row 2: Alch, P., Bosch,
j., Spindel, R.. Leichuran, H., Trigonos, C., Baer, B, Raw 3: Greenlev, B., Sugarman, J., Rosasco, V., Robert. M-.
Norman, D., Hartnett, M., Zeidlcr, M. Bark Row: johnson, A., Kadden, P., Strauss, H., Polonsky, H. Platt, O.,
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Fmnl Rauf: Chumo, S., Cogill, D., Markinsnn, P., Horwich, H.. Ross, A. Row 2: Siegel.
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dish, jack Voegtleyg Miss Groze,
Barbara Schlegel g Mrs. Wfragg, Nan-
nette Hiemang jimmy North, Ar-
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jasper, Merton Bercowitsg Mul-
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Dolores Corlin. Miss Helen Archer
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Paramount in this year's histrionic activities at
Washington was the presentation of the pageant,
"This is My Land," a radio musical story of San
Francisco, before the annual convention of the Ameri-
can Association of School Administrators last Feb-
One of the most successful of the undertakings of
the Senior Class of June 1942 was the annual Senior
Play, "A Murder Has Been Arranged," held on
May 29. Done in three acts, it concerned the efforts
of one Maurice Mullins to do away with and so come
into the fortune of Sir Charles jasper, washing pow-
creating these performances.
Notable was the formation of a
club within the dramatic group called Mike-Masquers.
The club was organized to handle all radio perfor-
mances that need a compact group with a wide voice
range. The first olhcers of the club were: President,
Don Siegel, vice-president, Helena Mitchell, secre-
tary-treasurer, Dolores Corlin.
The creation of music in Wasluington falls into
two groups, vocal and instrumental.
Music lovers here were extremely conscious of the
absence of Mrs. Myrtle Swanson during the Spring
term but are pleased to know she will return next
fall. Meanwhile, this term's classes were under the
direction of Miss Natalie Zisser.
JUNIOR DAY SHOW TRAGEDY IN TERM PLAY "THIS IS MY LAND"
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By BILL Rosie f
Coach Lloyd Leith's quintet hnished the season with a fine average
of six out of nine starts. This, however, is the lowest percentage that the
Eagles have had in the past four years. The last two years the team has
finished first but close games and bad luck finally overtook the Eagle
Phil Harris and Bob Durnal coppecl the All-City honors for Washing-
ton. Harris was All-City and Durnall second string. These boys were sup-
plemented by Ed Smith, Ken Diercks, and Bob England on the first
team and Cliff Gerstner, Bill Rose, Al Reyff, Morrie Flynn, jack Con-
nell ancl Ed Schmeider rounded out the squad. Reyff is the only boy re-
turning next season.
Harris was high point man with 50 points followed by Gerstner. High
one game total for the Eagles was ll points held jointly by Gerstner and
Rose, both 6 feet 5 inches.
Washingtori beat Lowell for the third consecutive year and has
finished in the Hrst division in every season that it has been in the A.A.A.
This record is a reflection of Mr. Leith's fine coaching. On the above-
mentioned squad not one boy played as a regular the season before.
The Hilltoppers opened the season by licking Lincoln in a fast game.
Gerstner got his 12 in this fracas. Next came the tall Lions from Galileo.
They also met the Eagles' wrath and dropped the game 12 to 31.
The next game was with Sacred Heart. The encounter was marked
by a six-minute stall. The Eagles lost this game 12 to 11. Wasliington
bounced back into the win column with a great victory over the long-
shooting Bucs of Balboa. Billy Rose threw in 12 points and Bob Dur-
nal played an exceptional game with 8 markers.
Commerce and Mission fell before Washington's victory onslaught
before the Eagles were stopped by St. Ignatius 23 to 20 in a riotous game.
Harris chalked up ten. Bad sportsmanship on the part of the Wildcats
played an important part in the victory.
Lowell Indians played a rough game but were unable to beat our
valiant five. Wasliington traded blow for blow and won by two points.
Harris came through with another ten points. Bob England played a
swell game and Ed Smith held the team together by his fioor-play. Poly
came next and they were forced to play overtime before they could over-
come the lighting Eagles. Phil Harris and little Bob England both tanked
ten points and almost turned the tide for the Eagles. Al Conti threw in
four quick markers to tie up the game and then the Parrots piled up the
points in the overtime to win 32 to 24. It might be noted that Ken Diercks
was the only player to start every game for Wasliington, practice games
included. Ken has been an inspiration to the team and his fight, hustle,
and courage led the team to a fine season. He, by the way, finished
second in a free-throwing contest held at the Civic Auditorium. He
tanked seven for ten charity tosses.i
VICTORIOUS BASKETBALL TEAM
Lvl! lo rigbl: Durand, C.. Myers, H.. Burton, E., Vogiatsis, G., Dito, L., Giuclice, R..
Elliott. 'I'., Constantine, P.. Wintei', B., Franks, R., Hughes, L.. Bacigalupi, A., Leith, L.
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By BILL Rose
Led by Ross Giudice and Harry Myers, All-City men, Washington's
130-lb basketball team tied for the championship of the A.A.A. with
Poly. In past years Washington has finished second, no better, no worse,
and this season is the highest that they have ever been.
With Giudices exceptional play as a spearhead the Eagles captured
seven straight games and were destined to finish undefeated but ill-luck
overtook our boys on the hardwoods and we lost to both Lowell and
Poly in the last games of the season. They were the highest scoring out-
fit in the league, however, with George Vogiatsis, Pete Constantine and
Richie Franks filling out the quintet. Tom Elliott played guard and for'
ward in reserve and his services were invaluable.
Giudice, Vogiatsis and Elliott have played their last basketball for
Washington and the rest of the team will be trying for varsity berths
next winter. Adolph Bacigalupi, Bill Winter, Lou Dito, jim Theodorellis
and Lloyd Hughes were also on the squad. Of these boys, only Winter
and diminutive Bacigalupi will be gone. High one game total was by
Harry Myers, who tanked 18 points against Lincoln. This was high for
the A.A.A. season.
Here is a quick picture of the team:
Forward-Richard Franks is a lanky rebounding player with a fine
eye for the long ones.
Forward-Here we have the push-shot artist of the squad and victor
over Mr. Leith in shooting contests, George Vogiatsis.
Center--Handsome Harry Myers, the team's high scorer is a good re-
bound artist and a clever shot.
Guard-Pete Constantine shines when the going is tough. He came
through with a second team All-City.
Guard-The best player in the city, the "Loop's" fanciest dribbler and
its best shot, Ross Giudice.
Substitute-Tom Elliott's name could not left out of the story. He filled
in at any position and he threw in many points at crucial times.
Giudice eludcs Bush with fast dribble
Constantine tries for rebound in Lowell game
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A 5 to 4 victory over the Lowell Indian was the only bright spot in
this season's play for the Eagle baseball team. They lost 7 encounters and
won but the one mentioned. Mr. Hunter, however, turned out a good
hustling team and deserves a great deal of credit.
Two of the losses were by one run and the others were a little larger.
Those who played the most were Bob Smith, Ganem, Bacigalupi, I-Iomsey,
Dito, Ordiquehandy, Kaplan, Maganaris, Keropian, Duffy, and Anker.
Kaplan led the team in batting with an average well in excess of .-400.
Dito, Ganem, and "Mike" Keropian had Eve averages in the three
On the mound for Washington was either Felix Ordiquehandy or little
Lou Dito. Both boys had a lot of stuff and both will return for another
season. Ordiquehandy and Dito were supplemented by Anker and Frank
McCauley. Frank also played third base and he sometimes caught.
Our victory over Lowell was the second consecutive one and both
times it was the Eagles' lone win of the season. This shows that Wash-
ington can rise to heights on certain occasions.
A veteran team will be fielded next season by Mr. Hunter as only
Maganaris, Bacigalupi and Frank McCauley are graduating.
Despite the enthusiasm displayed by both the baseball squad and the
Coach one wonders in watching a high school game whether or not
interest in the great national pastime is on the decline. The St. Ignatius-
Washington game offered a fair opportunity for reflection. A seven inning
game played as far away from both schools as it is possible to go without
crossing county lines-a playground located near the Bethlehem Ship-
building Yards in the Potrero District, the game attracted a group of
local residents 3 many who were not members of the alumni of either
school. The entire bleacher section did not total more than 100 persons
and the rooting section did not reveal any of the fine spirit that comes
to the surface when either school turns out in force at a football gamey
Tap: Bob Amore gives out with a yell at the All Sports Rally. Cainer erb
out a play at third base while Coach Hunter studies the action in the St
game. Lower right: Zane Kaplin taking a healthy cut at the apple.
BASEBALL TEAM tBelowJ
Front Row: Markall, H., Bacignlupi, A.. Homsey, G., Gancm, A., Anker, D., Ordiquihandy,
F., Moore, -I. Raw 2: Coustcttc, H., Kaplin, Z., Kcrupian, M., Danaher, B.. Duffv, j.,
Connell, J. Rau' 2: jocz, T., Winans, H., Dito, L., Smith, E., Seike, D. Back Raw: Coach
Hunter, XVall, P., Guaraglm, R., Maganaris, G., Smith, B., Ochler, F.
V, lf iz
From Raw: Meighan, T., Dzimner, L., Friedenbc-rg, D., Norack, A., Bentley, D., Johnson, F., Gerstle, R., Geor-
gakas, P., Ezekiel, E. Row 2: Holland, J., Keith, M., Mettier, S. Swanso W. I-Iill'trom W. Elw ll G
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Sugarman, -I., Eliopoulos, A., Levin, D. Back Row: Coach Leith, Lipman, R., Butler, O., Hagstrom, A., Sanfhrd, J.,
Arnold, B., Erlanger, S., Badaracco. G., Nicolson, S.
Swimming 4nd 7enniA
Finishing third in both the Varsity and the Light-
weight Division, Wasluington again secured a place
in the All-City swimming meet. Coach Lloyd Leith
said in praise of the boys, "They did the best I've ever
seen any Washingtonians do."
In the 120 lb. class, the Medley Relay, composed of
Nicolas Ivanoff, Stacy Mettier a d Jack Holland fwho
also won third place in t eijiyard free stylej came
througl to finish thir
yard fagipllstylej, Ric d Levin, Al Stoff and Nicolas
The Varsity had such outstanding swimmers as
George Elwell, John Pruett, who finished frfth in the
50 yard Free Style, George Bodaracco, and Corsta
Afarasief, who, when teamed together, finished third
in the Free Style Relay.
Dick Grenfell and Ted Harris both went into the
quarter finals only to meet defeat at the hands of two
of the top seeded players in the big tennis champion-
ship. These were the only points the Waslmington play-
ers gained in the swatfest. Grenfell lost to jack Chi-
chester of Lowell 6 to 3, 6 to 4. Chichester was the
top seeded player in the meet and Dick put up a
battle. Harris lost to Bill Beale of Lowell,
D., Blackneld, S., Billings, J.,
Wa ce Hillstrum Q so placed fourth in the 50
added f more points to our score when
finish cl s d in the Freestyle
1 H-ih l d in the 50 yard Breast
1 Lefl to rigbl: Lees, M., Grenfell, D.,
'W Moody, G., Carlson, S., Lopina, R., Rippe,
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LIGHTWETGHT TRACK. FRED VENKER GOES OVER THE TOP
Frau! Row: Coach Madfes, Fraenkel, R., Mmenna, V., Miramle, V., Kaye, A., Macey, R.,
Hoffman, H., Stein, G. Row 2: Daly, J., Winters, B., Walters, H., Kapkin, A., Blackfield, S.,
Edwards, R., Martin, J. Raw 3: Trautmnn, J., Constantine, P., Harris, R., Kapkin, G..
NVeins1ock, W., Mallett, R., Foster, R. tMgr.J Bark Raw: Hammarstrom, J., Zum, C.
Cindetmen Scote High g
Dick Behrens and jim Billings paired for Wash-
ington's top tennis doubles team although they were
unable to place in the tourney. This year's turnout was
the biggest in the school's history and most of the
players will be back for a second season under the line
coaching of Mr. A. J. Fagin, head gym instructor.
Washington's cindermen in the lightweight division
finished the highest in the history of the school last
spring when they battled their way to the third spot
in the standings. Coach Saul Madfes' initial season
with the tracksters brought success and a higher goal
is looked for next season.
Fred Venker, for the second season in a row, took
Dont Row: Nicholson, S., Siacotes, XV., Gillespie, J., Venker, F. Row 2: Madfes, S. fcoachl,
Block, G., Karp, C., Dieclen, I-I., Foster, R. QMgr.J Burk Row: Deasy, D., Arnautoff, V.
the only points for the Eagles in varsity competition
although Vas Arnautoif finished fifth in the 880 yd.
Dick Fraenkel sped to a victory in the 100 yard
dash in the exceptional time of 10.3. Other tirsts were
Laurent Soules, with a 20 ft. 532, in. broad jump, and
George Kapkin in the high jump. Other point win-
ners were George Mirando, Harland Hoffman, John
Trautman, Charles Turn and two relay teams corn-
posed of Dapkin, Dick Mallett, Dick Harris, and
Fraenkel, and on the otheril-Ioffman, Mirande, Min-
enna and Soules. -
The lightweights scored My-Z points and were close
on the heels of Commerce with 29 -points and Balboa
with BZVZ markers.
DICK FRAENKEL VVARMING UP
Wme Uut of ?un
Here are a few pictures of the basketball banquet, the coaches,
and of the yell leaders. In the first picture, left to right, are Dave
Bentley-a fine yell leader who is only a sophomore, Gerard
Rhine-head man of the triog and joe Ernest, another sopho-
more. These boys instilled spirit and enthusiasm into the bas-
ketball games this year.
The second photo is of the basketball banquet. Phil Harris
is giving the lowdown to the highups at the speakers' table.
Harris gave Mr. Leith a fine pen and pencil set from the team
as a token of remembrance. Left to right are Harris, Mr. Mad-
fes, Ken Diercks, Robert Durnal, Mr. Leith, Ross Guidice, Ted
Harris fmanagerj , and Mr.. Klingner. Mr. Klingner, Mr. Leith,
Mr. Hunter, and Mr. Madfes were the speakers at the dinner.
The next snapshot was a quickie of some of the other boys at
the banquet in the midst of Morrie Flynn's joke. It must have
been very funny for glance at Bill Rose and Pete Constantine
giving it a hearty laugh. Left to right, are Bill Rose, jim Theo-
dorellis, Peter Constantine, Richie Franks, Al Reyff, "Gripper"
Connell, Bill Winter's hair, Ed Schmeider, Morrie Flynn and
The coaches here at Wasliington are portrayed in the lower
picture. Mr. Hunter, on the left, coaches baseball in the spring
and soccer in the fall. Mr. Leith is busy with basketball in the
spring and fall and swimming follows. Mr. Madfes has two
sports also, football and track. To the right is Mr. Fagin, the
head of the boys' gym department. He coaches tennis in the
By FAYE Pasci-I
The increasing popularity of the feminine sports program
at George Washington is reflected in the heavy sign-up made
after a Girls' Athletic Association rally in the gymnasium on
March 2. Girls attending George Washington were given
their choice of seven sports: riding, softball, badminton, ice
skating, golf, volleyball, and bowling were offered as G.A.A.
sports of the Spring term.
The sponsor of the G.A.A. for the past term was Miss Mar-
garet Poole. Elected officers were Florence Lindsey, president,
Lucille De Lu, vice-president, Phyllis Frates, secretary, jane
Grigorieff, historiang Pat Bradley, head yell leader, and Helene
Horwich and Isabel Katchian, assistant yell leaders. These
officers and the managers of the various sports comprised the
G.A.A. Board which met at 7:45 o'clock bi-weekly on Tuesday
mornings to decide on the sports program.
The Block W, society for girls who have been members of
the Association for at least four terms, was influential in pro-
moting the different playdays that were held with other schools.
Various badminton and volleyball playdays were held on May
15, 18, 19 and 21 with Lincoln, Lowell, Mission, Commerce,
Balboa, Presidio junior High School, and San Francisco junior
College. On June 1 the candidates' rally was held and June 4
marked the final G.A.A. social event of the term, usually a tea
or a dinner.
The sports schedule for Spring '42 claimed Monday after-
noons for horseback riding, under the sponsorship of Miss Mar-
garet Poole, beginning badminton sponsored by Miss Dorothea
Forcade, and bowling under the supervision of Mrs. Lillian
Clayton. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Margaret Denny spon-
sored a class in intermediate badminton, Miss Poole supervised
advanced riding, and Miss Forcade sponsored a group in bowl-
ing. Mrs. Clayton sponsored softball on Wednesdays, and Miss
Florence Shearer supervised a group of girls in advanced bad-
minton. Ice skating with Miss Poole as sponsor was also held
on Wednesday. Thursday was the last day for sports, and
both golf with Miss Poole and volleyball with Miss Shearer
as sponsor were held. Thus was the G.A.A. week for Spring
In the top picture are the G.A.A. managers: Frau! Row: Adams, M., Cox, S.,
Hyams, B., Sichcl, B., Lynch, M. Row 2: DeMoor, I., Rich, J. Bark Row:
Filter, J., Chambers, B., Norman, D.
Thensecond picture portrays Miss Dorothea Forcade and Mrs. Lillian Clayton
playxng with a Yo-Yo at the Spring Carnival.
Miss Margaret Poole, Maxine Furstenberg and other Wasl1ingtonians have a few
words in golf on the lawn at Lincoln Park.
The yell leadcrspose for appicture with head yell leader, well-known Pat Bradley,
in the center with her assistants Helene Horwich and Isabel Katchian.
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From the sophomores to the seniors, the Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation is as popular as outdoors with girls of high school stand-
ing. Starting from the moment they enter these portals of
learning, the new Washingtonians find themselves in a whirl of
activities for the duration. To round up the program all types
of athletics are offered, from horseback riding to badminton.
These sports afford healthful recreation and lots of fun.
Each term new sports are offered and all the favorites are
represented. During the three years at George Washington
girls may take as many as six different sports. At the conclu-
sion of four active terms in the G.A.A. they may become mem-
bers of the Block W, one of the most popular societies at
Washington. Before becoming a member the girls must fulfill
the grade requirement that call for a "CH average to win an
award at the end of each term.
The president of the Block W is Sheva Braunstein, who
besides her other activities, edits the "Block W Banter," which
is a newsaper concerning sports news of the term.wAlice Sargent,
because of her experience as a newspaper woman, is advisor for
To participate in the sports offered at Washington, to
receive the awards offered, and to become a member of its
honorary society are three achievements which every girl at
Washington hopes to someday attain.
G.A.A. BOARD .
Gregorielf, I., Katchian, I., Horwich, H., Braunstein, S., Lindsey, F., De Lu, L.,
Bradley, P., Frates, P.
ICE SKATING CGIRLSJ
Frou! Row: Allen, B., Weinian, A.. Rothe, C.,
Knell, G., McLeod, M., Simon, R. Raw 2:
MacBride, P., Coleman, M., Haddan, G., Star-
hack, B., XY1'agner. D., Malson, D., Sargent. A,
Bark Ro-uf: Currie, L.. Wloof, H., Drechslcr,
P., Ivgller, R., Gabriel, J., Fischer, M., Con-
Frnul Row: Tragen, J., Simon, R., Mermel, B.,
Kahn, B., Gallas, E., Lindsey, B., Datchian, I.
Raw 2: Stevens. M., Morton, J., Fertig, E.,
Bridges, M., Brill, G., Apostolides, Z., Den-
nis, M. Row 3: Heieck, E., Lammc, S., Sea-
cotos, H., Miller, R., Gravitch, E., Reppetti,
J. Row 4: Henri. B., Hermansen, R., Nielsen.
M., Fitter, J., Shaw, B., Fleishman, S. Back
Row: Connor, E., Groger, T., DeM0or, I.
Frau! Row: Lynch. M., Goldstein, N., Lind-
sey, F., Hoffman, R., Fraser, J.. Felzer, J.,
I-lindley, J. Bark Row: Thulin, D., Lang, S.,
Truncale, A., Menzes, A.. Leith, B., Kauff-
man, G., Taylor, H., Graclwohl, F.
Lang, S., Chambers, B., Klcstadt, S., Davis,
P., Rosenthal, M., Schneider, L., Frates, E.
Front Row: Huff, B., Berger, L., Del Cos-
tello, B., Horwich, H., Gorlatte, M., Henry, I.
Rau' 2.' XX'eingetz, F., Hoene, L., Spratt, N.,
Rose, L., Lamme, S., Heieck. E., Burns, L.
Rom 3: Pappas, H., Gellmr, S.. Sullivan, C.,
Fitter, I., Frates, P., Derry. L. Bark Raw:
Willard, J., Apnstolicles, Z., Perezra, Y.,
Smith, IW., Caial, A., Cajal, NI.
Fran! Row: Nadler, S., Knell, G., Lew, B.,
Bradley, P.. Jordan, I., Munroe, G., Wettin,
M., Holt, B., Helmick, C. Raw 2: Kriens, V.,
Sutten, D., Krase, W., Akey, G., Schlegel, B.,
Lew, B., Hillhnuse, D., Grigorieif, J., Lut-
zen, B. Row 3: Cox, S.. Westl1al, E., Shan-
non, A., Bosch, J., Miller, D., Cunningham,
M., Russell, E.. Kohn, B. Ron' 4: Heppner, R.,
DeMnor, J., Hartmayer, B., Baurnberzer, M..
Patterson, M., Brunton, M., Palfer, F., Wag-
man, A., Donner, H., Stout, S. Bark Row:
Penna, A., Pcreysa, Y., Kress, J., Wagner, D.
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man, R. Spindel, S. Jacobsen, M. Lynch, C. Person, M. Corey, M. Rosenthal. R. Kupper. E. Frates, P. Alch,
A. Penna, A. Strong, G. Nesbitt, C. Kurtz, B. Schlegel, M. Duryea, R. Dygert, B. Lew, V. Bunting, E. Fertig,
G. Hoene, J. Klein, M. Robert, M. Cunningham, N. Axelrod, A. Sargent.
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Five of the seven sports offered at Washington are
represented on the opposite page. In the far corner
golfer Janice Hindley gets ready to putt and land the
ball in the hole. Quiet please!
In the next picture Dorothy Doughty rolls the ball
down the alley.
Roberta Hoffman frowns as she prepares to tap her
ball at Lincoln Park.
Corinne Gitzes prepares for a strike as the ball starts
its way down the alley.
Helen Uhl and her sister do some fancy work on the
ice at Winterland Ice Park.
Wilma Krase takes advantage of the fine instruction
in badminton that is offered at Washington and makes
a point with her shot. .
Gloria Kaufman smiles as she anticipates a good shot
in her game of golf.
Shirley Rose, a sophomore, bowls and looks as if she
has been doing pretty well.
Barbara Chambers holds her horse for a photo before
she prepares for a jaunt.
Washingtonians are looking forward to a Fall term
of the Girls' Athletic Association with great enthusi-
asm and are already making plans for the future.
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Hart, V., Eliopoulos, J., Wettin, M., Wilcox B. Waxman, S
Young, E., Beinacher, C. Row 2: Federmann, G., Rolph, D., Sevilla,
M., Hill, j,, Meyer, E., Mainero, G., Karurich, M., du Bois. J.,
Whiting, S., Smith, M., Frenkl, L., Oevcrndick, J., Grigorioff, I.
Raw 3: Gatto, B., Smith. J., King, L., Barbier, I., McDonald, K.,
Martini, B., Weingetz, F., Crouch, M., Taylor, J., Vannini, P.,
Beck, D., Bordegaray, F., Macpherson, S., Murero, J. Raw 4: Du-
55, 256, 310
Rant, B., Newton, V., Bordegaray, Y., Grimaldi, I., Greendorfer,
Cohen, P., Beck, C., Schulman, M. J., Perry, M., Carpenter,
Pels, M., Mittelman, E., Hubbard, M., Roberts, G., Hudson,
Raw 5: Kilty, J., W'eiskopf, P., Myers, G., Shibush, V., High,
Bernadou, H., Dunn, G., Minioulet, E., Mohorich, I., Brewster,
Tripncevich, N., Hartmayer, B., Glober, N., Just, M., Kauffman,
Lucas, F. Bark Raw: DeRose, I., George, A.
fn ttvducing the quiet C14 A
With the intriguing time of "Old Hats" the Junior Day Show staged April 17 in the
school auditorium proved to be one of the most entertaining rallies of the whole school
term. Co-masters of the ceremonies were Bob Smith, high junior president, and Bill Van
Steenburgh, acting low junior president, who wore a concoction of a hot water bottle
decorated with a fruit orchard.
Leading the class in its activities was Bob Smith assisted by the vice-president Nick
Udaloff and secretary Janice Hindley. Serving on the Executive Council were Jo Anne
Mitchell and Richard Serensky.
In the yell-leading class this group led the school for the girls' head yell leader,
Pat Bradley, and assistant Helene Horwich, and the boys' yell leader Girard Rhine came
from this class. Busy announcing "You may now return to your third period class" and
"Alert Signal number one" was the school radio announcer Michael Khenchelian. Working
A REGISTRIES 141, 314, 322
Firri Row: Benedetti, R., Sink, C., Anker, D., Zemansky, K.. Wem-
stock, W., Bernauer, C., Udalofl, N.. Rhine, G., Smith, B. Raw 2:
Collins, E., Collins, T., Franks, R., Mullin, L., Zum, C., Novak, M..
Warren, I., Wagner, K. Row 3: Gelband, J., Williams, C., Gerson,
R., Moses, F., Garibaldi, L., Ford, j., KimbIe,.E., Nicholson, S.,
Markovich, J., Cohen. S., Lnpina, B. Row 4: Mmkin, H., Hill, R.,
Haskins, F., Formanck, G., Levinson, B., Piercy, W., Du Bose, tl
Tull, C., Reul, H., Grenfell, D. Raw 5: Lamorey, W., Burby,
Kide, G., Serensky, R., Brown, D., Perkins, S., Bercovich, M.,
lespie, J., Allmond, S., Charles, S., Murphy, P. Back Row: Bert
H., Graham, D., Bauer, W., Brann, F., Taussig, S., Gay, C., Iv
Donald, B., Chumo, S., Dimm, S., Wiman, R., Strecker, R., Vann,
1R0w: Onorato, B., Duffy, J., Elefant, R., Troutman, J., Kaye, A.,
ell, W., Eastman, B., Littman, G., Holfrnan, H., Holland, J.
2.' Lustig, H., Reid, J., Mather, D., Kawaguchi, M., Pefe, C..
in, N., Levy, D., Lando. M., Cohn, H., Kruger, B., Martin, N.
' 3: McNelly, J., Postrel, M., Postrel, M., Wlalsh, C., Gnesios,
129. SHOP 4
M., Lipman, M., Sangiacomo, J., Gibbons, A., Palmer, M., Fox, W.,
Karp, C., Jacobson, E. Raw 4: Carrara, A., Dito, L., Zahn, H., Smith,
J., Dalbe, I., Brown, N., Rise, E., Glicksberg, J., Beachler, B., Glafke,
E., Kelly, R., Buettner, S. Bark Row: Schanz, F., McCarlley, M.,
Kitagawa, P., Yorton, D., Renfort, H., Driesbock, F., Romanoff, B.,
wall cm 7i AL Then P .,
to keep the school paper "out of the red" was Gladys Wenger, advertising manager,
while a busy reporter was Boris Romanoif. Going from Senior Play rehearsal to writing
dramatic copy for the Surveyor, of which he was drama editor, were the activities that
kept Don Siegel busy. Also in the Senior Play was Dolores Corlin as "The Woman."
Basketball stars included Dick Franks and Harry Myers.
Theschool was a riot of color on Junior Day and all the color came from the sky
pieces worn by the entire student body. Talk about picture hats! While they were
supposed to be old, some of the creations worn by the girls would have done credit to
a Hollywood designer. . S
Miss Cullinan graciously chaperoned the late afternoon dance given in the girls'
gymnasium. 'Twas here that the riot of color represented by the hats came together under
one top for a display that was at once artistic and dazzling. Right now is a good time to
get in a word of appreciation for the part Miss Cullinan played in the arrangements for
I Row: Moynihan, M., Bradley, P., Hcnshaw, B., Butt, M
aras, E., Salmirs, A., Savin, P., Melnick, M., Friendenberg, D
in, E. Row 2: Stout, S., Nakahira, M., McKenzie, B., Rhein, M
terson. M., Rosasco, V., Stender, B., Bird, B., Bacigalupi, A.,
cco. E., Hunt, D. Row 3: Blair, J., Blair, S., Lemley, P., Witt, B.,
ams, P.. Gross, P., Howard, V., Abraham. S., Israel, M., Lincks,
Tamraz, E., Hatter, B. Row 4: Markovich, N., Mayerhofcr, R.,
REGISTRIES 107, 158, 210
Mitchell, J., Scott, J., Wagner, D., Pottinger, J., Hindley, P.,
Glasser, S., Yehl, A., Tolle, J., Truitt, D., Weeden, L., McIntyre, J.
Raw 5: Westphal, M., Bath, J., Brownstone, B., Wfheeler, H., Weir,
M., Baumberger, M., Webster, B., Lutzen, B., Norman, D., Gras-
sens, J., McQuesten, M., Clayton. B., Fallon, P. Bark Row: Fox, M.,
Capron, J., Beeler, R., Bosch, J., Taylor, H., Van Hcekeren, A.
Anderson, A., Gaughan, V., Nugent, M.
Mitchell and Ray Vlfertheimer
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Firr! Row: Chapnick, J., Mills, F., Heiman, N., McClelland, M.,
Benczra. V., Litz, D., Hauser, J., Angelus, B. Row 3: Kariotoglas, N.,
Edwards, E., Sandstrom, A., Acheson, I., Toff, S., Sanders. E.,
lame Hee the Z
junior Day and the dance. just how to say thanks to a teacher without being accused
of apple polishing is always a job requiring more art than this writer may possess, but
Miss Cullinan knows by now that her charges are highly appreciative of all that she
has done for them. '
Assisting the high elevens with the Junior Day show and promoting attendance
throughout the school were the two main activities of the low junior class led this term
by acting president Bill Van Steenburgh, and Alice Jorgensen, secretary. Members of
the Executive Council were Martha Heide, Christine LaMont, and Richard Levin.
Miss Laurette Cullinan was the faculty member who sponsored and assisted the class
in their activity of providing posters and publicity for the attendance project.
Phyllis Frates was elected historian for the Girls' Athletic Association, and thus Was
in charge of keeping records of the club's activities. In the debating Held there were the
president of the Debating Club, Ernest Haskin, and Alec Ross who has often brought
REGISTRIES 307, 209
Firrl Row: Caswell, B., Bravcrman, J., Turheimer, F., Rustigia-n, G.. B., Theodorelos, J. Raw
Gerstle, R., Herzstein, M. Rum 2: Bos, C., Norack, A., Haskrn, E., Hall, R., Mitchell, M.,
Strauss, H., Stern, R., Carl, J., Levin, R. Raw 35 Durand. C-. Rais- filgllfl- l- Biffle ROW-'
ner, B., Packer, F., Berger, M., Burton, P., Bacigzxlupi, L., McCargar. Cathrell, G., Collins, D.,
Seidkin. P., Chambers, B. Row 4: Payne, N., Kockos,
Hausted, L., Guidice, M. Row 2: Cohen, A., Martin, B., Robert, M.. Pasch, F., Wleiler, E., Sher, M., Eassa, E., Weinstein, J.,
Back Raw: LeCompte, T.. Mathewson. M., Lacusta, j.,
Klestadt, S., Hartnett, M., Fisher, J., Davis, P., Turansky,
-use 1 lemasnul,
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BILL VAN STEENBURGH
REGISTRIES 205 SHOP 1
ow Young R Georgakas P Portorrch J Waxman N Silen B Farmer M Ross A Helmiclr F Shifs P I-Om-Z l
R Stem E Kmth' M., Rosburgy Bu Van Steenburgh, B, McDowell, A. Row 4: Guiliani, P., Pensoff, M., Orcloquihandy, F.,
2 Alexander B jack H Glaser W Euopoulos A Dem, Polonsky, ,H., Marshall, J., Goldman, J., Schaffer, D., Ehrlich, J.,
P Sconmno B Bgccoge C anglais J SimO'n MC- Murphy, R., Steffen, J., Treseler. D., Borgfeldt, M. Bark Row: John-
L Rau 3 Lee E., Dierlam, M., Marthinson, R., Hall, T., ?f:'A,hQ2,,.SrUf:iTes' L" Berliner' R" Harper' G" Tmmbley' R" Stem'
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honor to the school by his oratory and who is also Spanish Club fpresident. A track star
was John Steffen.
Faye Pasch extended her interest in sports as girls' sports editor of the Surveyor in
order to give an accurate coverage of the events. Hardworking art editor of the yearbook
was Borden Rosenbaum who spent most of his time surrounded by pictures and layouts
for the pages. In his spare moments he played the tuba in the R.O.T.C. band.
The reference to spare moments reminds all persons who are identified with the de-
velopment of the Surveyor that it is a job requiring work early and late, mostly out of
hours, but the joy of the accomplishment far outweighs any of the work involved.
The class wish to thank Mr. Ernest Cummings, our principal, for the encourage-
ment which he gave to the Junior Day program, Mr. Walter Mills for the excellent
co-operation given by the stage crew, Mr. Marion Knott for the services of the special
orchestra under the direction of Gonzalo Viales. Jack O'Brien, president of theistudent
REGISTRIES 225, 329
nfl Rau Mills D Navarro, E., Cohn, M., Lang, S., Schalow, G., Zeidlff, 5-, Levy. I- R010 4F TCH, N-, Biff, P-, Smith, M., Kotra. G..
uthe C Row 2 Coppmger, S., Henderson, N., Barcos, G., Trigonis, Roberts, C., Hayler, J., LaMont, C., Malmquist, F., Gordon. I. Back
Sfinguinettx D Ware, F., Pollard, S. Raw 3: Hoffmann, H., Rnw: Smith, G., Jorgensen, A., Brady, B., Hurlburt, V., Perry C.,
larden H Rosenblatt B., Munroe, G., Antenucci, G., Hirde, M.. McMullnn. N-. HUf'fSUJifCl'. S-, Milfs, S-, SYBWHFY. A-
Sheva Braunstein and Phillip
REGISTRIES 231, 312, 330
Firri Raw: Jordan, I., Weiman, A., Robb, H., Khachadourian, G.,
Nalbandian, L., Paden, M., Kolstad, S., Mermel, H., Sebastian, J.,
Meader, M., Lew, B., Calic, S. Rauf 2: Lindsey, B., Gotclli, A.,
Stefan, D., Dunn, B., Capanis, B., Tucker, M., Kapanis, N., Zeibak,
I., Gorlatti, M., Hafner, G., Repetti, J., Herring, M., Davis, N.,
Row 3: Longman, P., Holaday, M., Apostolirles, Z., Dennis, M.,
Holm, B., Urban, C., Gravitch, E., Robinson, J., Kelly, P., Asnard.
L., Chemeshov, O., Hilllxouse, L., Kroner, R., Tsuda, M. Rum 4:
gfkeet the Hi la Soplwmotu
body, was in on the successful show from the beginning to the end and his part in the
program was, as always, tops.
Considering themselves umellowed old members" of the school by virtue of the fact
that they had been here one term already, the high sophomore class this term plunged
into activities and made a name for themselves as being the "entertainingest" class in
When a school class is able to devote itself to the luxury of entertainment this
activity is doubly significant. It is a guarantee that all members of the class who engage
in such activities must first satisfy their counsellors and sponsors that they have main-
tained an academic rating sufficient to guarantee scholastic success and before they go in
for play around George Washington, the teachers must be shown that they, the entertainers,
are good citizens in all that the words imply.
REGISTRIES 127. 303, 311
Fin! Raw: Maniscalco, J., Goodman, P., Mauser, D., Thomford, W., R0'lll 4: Shaw, E., Foster, R., Doucette, E., Williams, T., ACQI
Mandler, H., Suslow, S., Cleaveland, J., Blumenthal, R., Barclay, D.. PMC, .l-, MOFIOW, W-, BlflCkf1ClCl, S-, Marlin, .l-. Bdlbi. T Mn'
Ernest, J. Rau' 2: Ganem, A., Corids, D., Kohn, A., Guetter, M., fu yagngf- Ig" Fnedenliffg,AD" Ball- D' Rauf 5
Henderson, D., Devlin, D., Kashiwabaro, Y., Walters, H., Toomey. nfllgstigin gisgllinelg Tn rglrilsefi-?5e5'HRYgEr0I!:'e'gc?un
J.. Abramson, R., Levinson, L. Row 3: Eisenstadt, I., Stam, G., Shapiro, i,L,'MaCey, i3.,Behls1C,, Mallet, D. Bane
Smith, D-, Mendel P-, Rvsmbefg, G-, Ruff- B-, Dwflo, H-, ,Abff1' J., zenmef, J., Mirande, G., Edvbafdk, D., Paulsen, G.,
ham, R., Cipparone, J., Weiss, F., Jepperson, E., Lucchesx, D. McKinnon, R,
JULIETTE BARMAN A
rl Row: Drabkin, B., Solomon, S., Graham, R., Esmiol, R.,
rel, B., Gamper, R., Carter, K.. Bentley, D., Carlumagno, E.,
lon, N. Row 2: Schildt, K., Allen, W., Bly, E., O'Shea, P.,
a, A., Maleh, J., Cavanaugh, W., Devincenzi, B., Zimmerman,
Faraday, T.. Boragno, C. Ron' 3: Costello, G., Kaplan, Z..
schultz, S., Ostrofl. A., Sherman, B.. Howell, H., Campbell, V.,
l5, 524, 356
Raddue, G., l-lardeman, S., Schaeffer, D., Edeossa, B.. Spillman. I.
Rau' 4: Bertram, B., Bode, W., Mara, E., Gregorio, S., Lynch, M.
Parkhill. L.. Carlsen, S., Swanson, W., Afanasief, C., Pironi, C., Hag:
strom, A., Parkinson, W., Golumb, B. Back Row: Connell, D..
Grigshy, R., Beunett, B., Estavan, L., Maass, R., Eisert, l-I., Brew-
ster, H., Euphrat, P., Barre. E., Xllfarden. D.. Wfuestefeld. G.
ldffd mug Knowledge and ?qn
The popular duet, Rita Kroner and Betty Henri, provided entertainment at the rallies
with their song renditions, while dipping into comedy there was Blossom Bien, the "I'm
a Bad Boy" part of Abbott and Costello fame. Taking a prominent part as master of
ceremonies for the "This is My Land" play presented for the Teachers' Convention
in February was Arnold Kohn, who later appeared in radio skits and plays.
Leading the class in their many activities was Stan Hardeman, ably assisted by the
vice-president Marjorie Nielsen, and the secretary Juliette Batman. Executive counci
members included Barbara Weikel
and jerry Hafner.
. In the sports world there was the "Sis, Boom, Bah" assistant yell leader Isabe
Working on the staff of the Surveyor was jean Maples, as organization editor, while
the assistant circulation manager of the Eagle was Dorothy Doughty, and the reporters
Levine, B., Stavrou, H., Fraser, J.. Nilsen, B., Doughtv,
A., Schneider, L., Rosenthal, R.. Capes, C., Markman,
Caial, M. Raw 2: Yanufsky, R.. Rocke, M., Franzen,
Duncan, D., Baldemann, A., McDonald, A.. Knell,
H., Weinberger, B., Stevens, M., Cronin, E.
Neilan, T., Allen, B., Green, L., Gordon, R.,
., Wllite, S., Sthonberg, J., ltlaggura, L., Mor-
Wilke, B., Rose, L. Row 4: Howell. N..
Doughty, D., Tomsky, B., Haber, M., Cas'
28, 219, 222
riel, j., Lachtman, R., Blumenthal, E.. Baker, R., Buers, F., Wfinter
D., Luft, C., Menzes, U. Rau' 5: Fisher. P., Vucinich, V., Henri, B.
Muir, D., Fleishman. S., Hawkins, B., Vorst, A., D'Antonio, R.
Miluvich, M.. Thulin, D., Maples. j., McDonald, B., Fisse, C.
Close, M., Diplock, A. Row 6: Koller, R., Wallace, J.. King, M.
Markle B., Levy, C., Carlson, H., Ford, P., Fourrichu, B., Dagnan
C., Steed, N., Goodwin, E., Lalor, M., Nelson, I., Kulper, F., Sheuer:
man, Bark Roni: Green, C., Parac, E., Smith, M., Reinhart, D.
Howard, H., Bowman, J., Arnold, O.
ec Ross and Darzmar
in Senior Play.
REGISTRIES 103, 105
Fixzrf Roux' Sutter, B.. Rose, S., Casey, W., Casey, P.. Sichel, B., Cox, C., Briggs, J., Leakin, M., Miller, R., Hulbert, M,
Colman, M., Squier, E., Urabe, M.. Graubart, S., Farber, S. Rauf 2: DUCT, I- R016 4-' Koch. H-. l21C0bS, .l-, FOX, CA, HCPDHEF.
Green, M , Berger, L., Doane, D., Ratlitf, M., Gross, B., Rosasco, M., 509' D" Gabnel' -lv Hefgot- BH Wfsfvhal- E-'.Hef3ld' S-' Grfigefv
Sincotos, H., Nadler, S., Kahn, B., Gallas, E., Abelleira, I. Row 3: Rach' S" Kmse' XV" Kahn' B- Bath Row-' Knkland- K-- GMES
Villalon, G-., Goldsmith, R., Akey, G., Morrison, F., Xavier, M., DUMOM A Dubie M
llleet time fvw Soplwmofte
were Pat McNeil and Robert Tatam. Barbara Weikel was one of the busier members
of the Eagle staff because of her position as advertising manager.
After they had given up hope of finding the coke bar in the skyroom, discovered
that there were no escalators, and that the elevators were private, the low sophs settled
down a little and got well-acquainted with high school life.
Popular president for the term was Maurice "Bud" Davis, while always willing to
assist him were the vice-president Gilbert Morgan, and the "scribe" of the class, Beverly
Gross. Executive Council members were Bill Secor, Donna Mooney, and Corinne Gitzes.
Two of the most popular entertainers for the rallies came from this class-petite Rose-
bud Springer, versatile dancer, and Donna Mooney, accomplished warbler. In the sports
World there were Bob Smith who made first string on the baseball team, and Laurent
Soules, who made first place in the broad jump in the 120-pound division of the All-
City track meet. On the reporting staff of the Eagle was George Pallviny. -
REGISTRIES 125, 211
blatt S Marthinsen A Wfiener S Foster G Drude B Gerstle
P Weiss S Row 3 Schneider M Tintz M Goldschmidt C mon F de Zecuvv A Klute B
Ellison, D., Argyres, A., Ziegler, G., Crowthcrs, J., Klimoff,
Fiirl Row Pozniakoff T Yp C Goldschmidt W Roth H ZUJI? L? IEI.inkRXV LSeymon AG SDef'ault L OSp,renser3
u ut aurent ou es L 0
Chin L Greenberg B Carnpi R Rum 2 Rosenberg H Green Mantzows A de Rec-at R Aron J Etchmoil gl BMW'
Row Preve 1-l Thille R Payne H Sears B Palluny
' REGISTRIES G-5, 117
Ron .' Schaufcl, B., Wagner. C., Garcia, K., McCormick, O., gglilliams, Rfgjr auiliaxni, R., Porger, j., McDa.niel,j Rokas I
R.. Ansaldo B., Mellherg, R., Morgan. G., Steele, J., ewmafl- 'f 'ft' " 'en' A" mhfi' C" Dlm' Pau
' . . B ' , M., Pf HV, .B E if - , ,,
P Rowv2.' Carlson, B., Kmdeman, B., Potts, H., Tauswg, L- Erin-liiieilil, N.. Secgf, tV.FDavlg, IXlYfLjo3flIIE.,1lN1f1aci'3nsilllfn Pin
Martin. T.. Ammtn. ,l.. Berk. B.. Leon. F.. Pxllladms, N.. son, J., Finnis, K., Gleghnrn, G., Panis, C.. Smith, R
Something new H4 Keen iddded
The low sophs may have been amazed at first to see the patriotic zeal of the students
in bringing paper for the paper drive and buying defense stamps and bonds, for which
the school is noted. Doing their bit, they helped collect the names of brothers, cousins
and friends, in all the branches of the service, making it a special project to send them
letters, books, and magazines. The class showed its high I.Q. by landing twenty one
students on the California Scholarship Society as associate members.
Miss Edith Browning, who was the class sponsor, helped them much in their task
of keeping the school clean, a traditional project for the low ten classes. Activities
included a dart booth at the May Carnival, April 30, and the senior-soph reception
held February 15, when the "high and mighty" seniors danced with the shy sophomores,
who felt when the dance was over that George Washington was "Gee, swell V
REGISTRIES 227, 301
:rl Rau Springer, R., Kinugasa, M., Huff, B., Tragen, J., Schultz, PCL D-. 5im0fl, R-. MCGUUIHCSS. R-, Kpblifk. B-, Blfl-CHSCEF 1-
Levy M., DelCastel1o, B., Vaiana, B., Atkinson, C., Costello, V.. Robb' R" Flowemmn' J" Lamme' S" Hemck' EH Deffv I' spmtt
. . . N., Hoene, L. Bark Raw: Pappas, H., Hoffmann, P., Roeckel B
rye J 120102: Frantz, G., Zimmer, M., Hamilton, E., Goldsmith, Vladykin, In Sr, john, V., Pittsey, C., Hermansen, R Hacke C
DCHOU1, L-, CH1lldiS, E-, KUTCFIS, P-- B'-IYHS. T--. DfH'H1l1ClI11- Eu Constantine, C., Park, M., Courtney, T., Phelan, J., Willard I
usco E Emard, J., Mooney, D. Raw 3: I-Iigginhotham, Y., Stem- Woolf, H., Dye, B.
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35th Ave. and Geary San Francisco Sliyline 3668 San Francisco
Zenith-f---R A D l O S---Phil'o
General Electric L S T A R L I G H T
Okch-R E CQ O R D S-Decca
VifQ8lflfQ'f'Lflf,,rd COMPLETE HOME EURNISHERS
RELIABLE RADIO SHOP +
5637 GEARY BLVD, 2211-2221 IYIISSION STREET
XVe Repair All Makes SKyline 3655 VAlencia 4365 Near Eighteenth
FU, WATERS tk ROSS
BROADLOOM CARPET OLDS
FLOOR CRAFT CARPET CO.
1274 - MISSION STREET
For 5Im1'ml or Arrirf
533 SUTTER Pbone SU. 1092
"GO WHERE THE CROWDS GO"
BREAD and PASTRIES
for Quality and Service Since 1912
EANQUETS AND PARTIES +
GEARY AT 18TH AVE- 73 ERIE STREET I-IEmlock 1172
JAMES H. SMITH K-FRANCIS
ENGRAVER NOVELTY JEWELRY
+ Siam Zircons
1 5 3 G E A R Y B L D G, Sterling Silver Rings 95c Up
SUITE 535 EA-per! Waicb and jewelry Repairing
53" Francisco, CRW- 731 MARKET Ex. ossv asv GEARY
FINEST CHINESE and AMERICAN DISHES
SILVER STAR TEA ROOM
Special Dinnerr Szfwed
FARMER BROS. COFFEE
RESTAURANTS - HOTELS
Sundays and Holidays, 12 Noon to 9 P.M. INSTITUTIONS
+ ' +
952 CLEMENT ST. BA. 5954 210 CLARA STREET San Francisco
YOUR FAVORITE SANDXVICHES
and THICK MILK SHAKES
at regular old prices!
1201 ANZA STREET
EV. 9528 3115 BALBOA 53" Francisco
For Quick Service Call- SKyline 2670 Flllmure 8710 WAlnut 4040
MODE CLEANERS BAYBRIDGE
Free Call and Delivery
EXPERT ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
Special Laundry Service
6465 CALIFORNIA ST. SAN FRANCISCO
VAN 8: STORAGE
LOCAL AND COUNTRY MOVING
J. O. Burke, Prop.
1912 DIVISADERO ST. San Francisco
Looking Forward A RC L AY
to Seeing You
All at DEMAND
H I COMPTOMETER
Q Positions Open
BERNARD J. LEONARD
Shar! C0lIl'J'6.f1F7'C'6 Plnremenl
605 MARKET STREET
Phone DOUGLAS 1749
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'P' M PM ' i Morning
W. 8: .l. SLOANE we f
San Francisco's MOST MODERN DAIRY
The camera catches Mary Sevilla in the
midst of a fancy twirl of one of those
dashing Spanish dances, The occasion was
Pan-American Day when Wasliingtnmn
played host to the many visiting celeb-
rities from South America.
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After a hard day's work at school on a Sat-
urday afternoon, these gals take time out
to relax. They Seem to see one of those
blimps that are constantly flying over, or
it could be one of their favorites that is of
so much interest. They are Dorothy Bur-
rell, Lois Lindeman, Alice Penna, Helen
Vostrolf, Faye Pasch, Beverly Lutzen, and
FUR "TOPS" DEMAND
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Belfast Beverage Co.
820 Pacific Avenue
Leading Liner of
ARTS AND CRAFTS SUPPLIES
1235 MISSION STREET
SAN FRANCISCO-UNDERHIL1. 215 1
ron HEALTH osrtNse,THl5 YOUNG
:Aan mmm-oat some UNDERGOES
snxmu mmures or srsmumxon
Pius umm-vuoier SANITIZATION
A W A R D
S W E A T E R S
Active and Spectator
for all the family!
51 STOCKTON ST. Na. CYFARRELL
2544 MISSION ST. NR. 22ND 1
HARDWOODS FOR MANUAL TRAINING
FIFTH AND BRANNAN STS.
GILT EDGE FRUIT MARKET
MOLTNAEI 8: Co.
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GROCERIES
Fish and Poultry
3274-3276 Sacramento Street
WEST 1033iPhones-WALNUT 5800
LOGAN HARDWARE STORE
Fuller Paints and Enamels
Hardware and Housewares
Model Planes School Supplies
3141 Clement St.-BAyview 9688
ZACK RADIO SUPPLY CO.
1426-28 IWARKET STREET
ALL THE SUPPLIES YOU NEED
DR. E. B. POZNIAKOFF
Doctor of Physical Medicine
274 TENTH AVENUE
BEAUTIFUL DRESSES-COATS and SUITS
875 NI-ARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO
Tel. SUtter 5957
DIMMER HARDWARE CO- GOOD LUCK ,md BEST wisi-IES
Incarporulvd To ALL
REGISTERED ELECTRICIANS , .
A PLUMBERS-LOCKSMITHS IHE GRQDUATES
1715 Polk Street ORdway 8512
SIR FRANCIS DRAKE
SUTTE11 AND POWELL STREETS
Phone DOuglas 2600
SKyline 6397-lPhones SKyline 41424
Bonded Member F.T.D.
Flower! llfired All Over the Uyarld
Richmond's Distinctive Florist
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Bridal Showers and Decorations
714 Clement St., bet. 8th and 9th Aves.
C 1, f i ITALIAN LUNCHES AND DINNERS
amp 'mm I 0 Sea Food in Season
GEORGE WASHINGTON L U N A Q A F E
P.-T.A. JOE SANFILIPPO
wk Arranmmdaliom' for Parris: and Bdilqllfff
6 A.M, to 2 A.M.
Meal: Firfr Tlmrxday of Each Monlh 4737 GEARY BOULEVARD
GEORGIA BEAUTY SALON L- R1 Z N I K 'Sf 5 O N
. U N I F O R M S
THE HOME OF UNderhCille4824
DISTINCTIVE COIFFURE 72,
5820 Geary Blvd. BAyview 8773
171 GROVE ST. at Van Ness opp. City Hall
2401 CLEMENT STREET
First Class Imported and Domestic Groceries
Firb, Poulrry, Ffuiir and Vvgelablef
R. Bucci, Prop. Pham' SKyline S419
Telephone Hlgate 1640
Margie Ellis and Ed Slade take time out
from devouring their lunch at a Sears-
ville picnic to smirk at the camera. If
you look closely you can see Marilyn
Brunten and Bill Smith in thc background,
jack "George XYlasl1ington" O'Brien
crosses Searsville Luke on a Sunday pic-
nic. Faye Strugnell and Lou Jean Keller
give out with at big smile, while -lim Bill-
ings makes time with the ours.
Rag' 11 413231
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JOSEPH BEAUTY SALON
Corner of Balboa and 38th Ave.
THE NEXV THREE-lNCl'l l'lAlllffU'I'
DOuglns 3880 Ghrheld 9374
"Say I1 llfilh Flowers"
The PLAZLA FLORISTS
AND "FEATHER BOB" 2 S 7 A S T R E T
EVergreen 0770 Louis j, Capurro 0 'ne M. Dun '
FRED H, TAUSSIG , O S A G I
TAUSSIG HARDWARE CO. , ,
General Repairing J . I N
Electrical Repairing '
2010 BALBOA STREET
Phone BAyview 267-I
"The Flower Shop Be 1 ' "
GEARY BLVD. AT 19m AVENUEL
Svrrire Phone SKYLINE 0535 Telephone GARFIELD 0234
SPREEN'S GROCETERIA J U LIU S E P P s T E IN
59 CIJEMENT S'rru1E'r :it Second Avenue
Estnhlishcnl in 1895
Florin Telegraph Delivery
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS SAN FRANCISCO
"The Key ia Your HEALTH
if Our Guod Frmd"
Open 12 Noon to 4 A.M. Daily
GEARY BLVD, AT 24TH AVENUE
PLAY PING PONG!
Need a Good Table, Don't You?
Weston Basket 8: Barrel Plant .
We'll Fix You Up to Be a Champion
3 and 5 Ply Panels
SW. Cor. Green 8: Battery Sts. EX. 1080
9 Phone Sliyline 6560
EAL MEAT MARKET NU BEAUTY SHOP
MEA-rs DUART PERMANENT WAVES s5.so and up
FREE DELIVERY Shampoo, Finger XVave
o and Rinse 75C
559 BALBOA STREET . '
F L. Brugge, Prop. Cor. 27th Avenue 6331 GEARY BLVD. BA. 6611
Phone Flllmore 5120 Credil jeufelerr
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SILVERWARE
Complete Line of
GEORGE XVASHINGTON SCHOOL jlawmnv
1661 Fillmore St. at Post San Francisco
F. Henry Lang BAyview 7122
The MERIT SHOPPE
Woxnen's and Childt-en's Wear
GIRLS' AND BOYS' GYM TOGS
"POLL-PARROT" SHOES for Boys 8: Girls
U. S. Keds for Gymnasium
Blue and Whiteg Black or White
Coeds' School Saddle Oxfords
Dixlfiri Low Pricer
' COLISEUM SHOE STORE
5620 Geary 1321211-.:l?:::ldi?5O20tl1 Avenue 642 Clement St. Blxyview 5983
BA. 2020 Our Motto: "Quality 84 Service
CLEANERS 8: DYERS
Featuring our New, Modern SAN-I-SYSTEM
CLEANING - Oclorless, Sanitary, Guaranteed
We Call :md Delirfer-Larnnlry Serrire
S48 Clement St. 28th Ave, 84 Geary Blvd
MEAT, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
G R O C E R I E S
of the Finen Qualify
545 CLEMENT STREET
For remembrance through the years, there is no liner, more
lasting, more desirable gift than jewelry.
At any of the three Granat stores, you will find the perfect
gift to express your friendship and your sentiments. Or, if
it should be jewelry for yourself, Granzifs Welcome the
opportunity to serve you.
DIAMOND RINGS CONVENIENT CREDIT
NOVELTY RINGS TERMS ARRANGED
COSTUME JEXWELRY TO SUIT YOUR
ALI. FAMOUS WATCHES CONVENIENCE
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156 GEARY STREET SAN FRANCISCO
Lorraine La Clava and Ed Smith step out
to the music of ri snappy rumba at 7:55
rl.m,, during one of the Friday morning
dance classes. Such ambition!
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
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