George Washington High School - Surveyor Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1947 volume:
Editor-in-chief . . . .Lila Blumenthal
Art Editor . . . . . Jeanne Marsh
Business Manager . . . Carol Seibold
Advertising Manager .... Jack Barren
Photographers . . . . Alan Bonapart
Cover . . . . Jack Arnold
Published loy the
Class in Journalism
George Washington High School
San Francisco, California
The S U R V E Y O R sfaff in fhis-fhe l0fh Anni-
versary Edifion-has affempfed fo porfray, as every
yearbook should, fhe evenfs-scholasfic, social, and
afhlefic-which have been carried on during fhe
school year. Buf an anniversary edifion, especially
when if marks George Washingfon High School's firsf
big milesfone, should have a greafer significance.
This S U R V E Y 0 R will be, Parf I, a hisfory book,
buf an enjoyable one because YOU have played a
vifal parf in making fhaf hisfory.
A currenf, up-fo-dafe issue of a favorife publica-
fion-fhose words could be used fo describe Parf II
of fhe S U R V E Y O R . Here you will find familiar
faces, you will recognize evenfs-games, dances,
rallies-fhaf have occurred from Sepfember, I946,
fo June, I947, Washingfon's "besf yef" year.
Parf lll, a prophecy, is nof difficulf fo predicf, for
our "Hillfop High" has a brighf ouflook, a promising
fufure. Our backyard proiecf will evenfually be com-
plefed. And as sfudenfs, perhaps fen years hence,
are splashing in "fhe pool," fhey will fhink of more
improvemenfs needed. Washingfon will never sfand
sfill! Neifher will ifs alumni. Ninefeen Fiffy-Seven
will find members of fhe senior class--why, see for
yourself-furn fo page I03 land don'f fake fhis sec-
fion TOO seriouslyll
Thus, we bring you George Washingfon High
School, Pasf, Presenf, and Fufure. We hope you
0 The Pasi' Ten Years in Review
Gracluafes, Fall '46
Gracluafes, Spring '47
Clubs and Organizafions
0 Ten Years Hence-Class Prophecy
This is 'rhe Jrenlh anniversary of George Washinglon High
School, and so if seemed appropriale 'rhal we who worked on
'rhe iournal should choose a pasl, presenl, and lulure lheme for
'rhis June, l947, edilion.
For len years lhe archifeclural charm of George Wash-
inglon High School has added grace and beauly lo lhe Rich-
mond Dislricl and 'rhe cily of San Francisco. The school is slill
young, buf i'rs policies and leadership have already been eslab-
lished, and ils fradilions are conslanlly growing. ll's sludenls
and graduales are oulslanding, and lulure Washinglonians
will always keep alive lhal "figh+ on, you Eagles" spiri'r of good
ln accordance wilh lhe foregoing facls, we hereby dedi-
care 'rhis SU RVEYOR lo everyone, pasl, presenl, and lulure,
who has had or will have a share in 'rhe honor and glory of
George Washinglon l-ligh School.
THE PAST TEN YEARS IN REVIEW
From Rock Quarry To Shining Glory
Air Phofo of Washingfon High School - 1936 shows Shops and Academic Unif.
THE BACKGROUND OF GEORGE WASHINGTON
"The foresighf of San Francisco pioneers is reflecfed in fhe fofal
invesfmenf for a secfion of fhe George Washingfon High School sife,
as far back as I86I, when I50 x 240 feef was sef aside for school
purposes under fhe provisions of fhe oufside lands acf. Ouf of fhis
nucleus fhe remainder of fhe sife was purchased by fhe Board of
Educafion in l925."
The above paragraph, an excerpf from a program of fhe Ground
Brealzing Exercises which fool: place November 4, I934, af 3lsf Ave-
nue and Anza Sfreef, shows fhaf our school was considered, planned
for, baclr in 'fhe days when fhe Richmond disfricf was sand dunes, when
George Washingfon High School was a roclr quarry. l86l-cable
cars lor fheir forerunnersl were pulled by horses, gold sfrilces were
common occurrences, clipper ships sailed fhe Pacific, and San Fran-
ciscans of fhaf day had fhe vision fo provide for schools. and especially
for one parficular school, locafed af whaf is now 32nd Avenue and
Sevenfy-five years lafer, in I936, financed parfly by a bond issue,
parfly by fhe Federal Governmenf, Washingfon High School was
erecfed af a cosf of approximafely S2,000,000.
To relieve congesfion in San Francisco's seven senior high schools
was fhe main purpose of fhe new school. Alfhough our presenf enroll-
menf is only I,740, if was originally planned fha? Washingfon would
provide facilifies for 3,000 pupils.
Soufhwesi Wing - March 18, 1935
THE FOUNDING OF GEORGE WASHINGTON.
A comparafively small arficle appeared in fhe news-
papers of fhis cify on Augusf 24, I936, proclaiming
fhe opening of George Washingfon High School.
Alfhough a parf of fhe five-million dollar educa-
fional plan fo build schools from I930 fo I940,
Washingfon was permiffed fo sfand idle for fhe firsf
six monfhs of I936 because of a furnifure shorfage.
GENERAL PLANS, ARCHITECTURE, SCULPTURE.
The general plans for Washingfon called for a main
academic unif, shops, an audiforium, boys' and girls'
gymnasiums, foofball field, oufdoor fennis and baslcef-
ball courfs, a music conservafory, a baseball field, a
running fraclr and a swimming pool.
Timofhy L. Pflueger, archifecf of George Wash-
ingfon High School, died almosf fen years fo fhe
day fha? Washingfon celebrafed ifs fenfh anniver-
sary. Mr, Pflueger was world-famous in his field,
having worlred on fhe San Francisco-Oalrland Bay
Bridge, and many of fhe buildings of fhe Golden
Gafe lnfernafional Exposifion of I939. Union Square
Garage was designed by Mr. Pflueger in l942g Alamo
and Jefferson grammar schools, and Roosevelf Junior
High School were complefed by him before I930.
His lafer proiecfs were George Washingfon, Ihen
Lincoln High School, and fhe science building and
gymnasium af San Francisco Junior College.
Mr. Beniamino Bufano was originally hired fo do
fhe frieze locafed on fhe wall of fhe foofball sfa-
dium, buf fhe worlr was finished by Sargenf Johnson.
The ideas of bofh arfisfs are incorporafed in fhe worlr.
Pouring filsf floor slab-Norfhwesf Wing-March 18, 1935
MURALS. Over I,30O square feef of murals, scenes de-
picfing phases in fhe life of George Washingfon, cover fhe
walls of fhe lobby. Vicfor Arnauloff, painfer of fhese murals,
did much research before sfarfing fhe worlr fo gef fhe
color and feeling of George Washingfon and fhe days in
which he lived.
The murals are done in whaf fhe arfisfs call earfh colors,
which are made from oxides. For insfance, green is made
from chrome, red from iron, and blaclr from coal. The base
of murals is lime, a very ancienf mefhod of mural worlr.
George Harris and Gorden Langdon were fhe arfisfs who
assisfed Mr. Arnaufofl. Since murals have fo be painfed on
a wel surface, Mr. Arnaufoff had fo follow righf behind
fhe plaslerers, and a scene, once begun, had fo be com-
plefed fhaf same day, in order fhaf fhe walls did nof dry.
Carpenfers and plasferers worked all around fhe building,
while Mr. Arnautoff was high above on a scaffold. He suffered
from drafts in all directions, for doors had not yet been built.
The artist was so rushed for time that he had to improvise as
he was painting. Covering about nine feet of wall a day, he
sometimes worked from ten to twelve hours a day to finish a
given section. The murals took ten months to complete: ironically,
the school was not opened until a full year later.
FIRST YEAR AT WASHINGTON. George Washington High
was the pride and ioy of the students and faculty when it opened:
everyone admired the magnificent view and the handsome build-
ing, and the faculty and students were filled with enthusiasm
in spite of the fact that they were sadly lacking in facilities.
These pioneers realized that the responsibility for Washingfon's
coming through the first year lay on their shoulders. Only they
remembered all the difficulties that had to be overcome: but
we, today, know that they emerged with flying colors.
The enrollment of the school in its first year consisted of the
new low tens and students who had transferred from other schools.
These students had to stand up or sit on the floor because of the
lack of chairs and desks: the gym classes met in different class-
rooms, and the library was completely empty, save for one set
of encyclopedias. These handicaps seemed minor, however, as
compared to the terrible noise caused by the construction of the
new gymnasium.This construction work, accompanied by the noise,
lasted for two years. Despite these difficulties, at the end of the
term there were 57 students on the honor roll.
Southwest Wing, first floor under construction April 4, 1935
The first student government at Washington was organized in
the fall of I936 with David Cunningham, president: Lois Samuels,
vice-president: Jane Mayer, secretary: Howard Nielsen, treas-
urer: Richard Cohn, custodian: and Gordon Mailloux, head yell
leader. The spring I937 officers were: Hal Mendelson, president:
Betty Hill, vice-president, Nancy Glaser, secretary: Richard de
Graf, treasurer: Phillip Waxman, custodian, and Robert Kahn,
head yell leader.
The first social event of the term was the lnaugural Ball, held
on October 30, l936, in the school library. The lack of a gym
did not stop the students from having social affairs. The rallies
were held outside on the courts. The first indoor rally was at Pre-
sidio Junior High School. At the first indoor rally held at Wash-
ington in I940 in the newly built auditorium, the speakers had
to stand on chairs. The platform had not yet been completed.
The first commencement took place at Commerce High School
on December I6, I937. Miss Kirwin had charge of the first
graduating class consisting of I48 students. Five students com-
pleted their required course six months earlier, in June, but since
there were so few eligible for the Spring '37 class, the gradua-
tion exercises were not held. These students came back in Decem-
ber to graduate with the Fall '37 class.
There were three girls and two boys in the first official gradu-
ating class: Mariorie Astredo, who had entered the school at its
opening: Lois Samuel, Washington's first vice-president and one
of the originators of the Girls' Service Society: Frank Hultman,
Tod Saylor, and Eleanor Worken.
is A S A
Looking west across Southwest Wing. Forms for woll ond
second story in place April 4, 1935.
During the Fall '37 term the Senior Advisory Board was estab-
lished, and the Senior-Soph Reception, which is now so popular,
was first held in the school library. Because of financial difficul-
ties and lack of space, a party was given at the Balboa Theater.
Between the showing of films an amateur hour was presented.
with talented students from Washington participating.
On November 23. I937, the Senior Luncheon was held in the
school's cafeteria. December ll, was the date of the Senior
Dance, now known as the Farewell Dance.
This class owed much of its success to Miss Kirwin, who was
unanimously chosen to be in charge of all future senior classes.
Many of the teachers on the first faculty are still with us today.
The following is a list of the original faculty: Mrs. Melanie Ains-
worth, Mr. Donald Atherton, Miss Rose Avina, Mr. William Baker,
Mr. Rufus Balaam, Mrs. Birchlyn Bannister, Mr. Eugene Barker,
Mr. Bruce Bartholomew, Mrs. Mildred Bickel, Miss Bernice Bilafer.
Miss Elsie Bowman, Mr. John Burke, Mr. Cecil Carroll, Miss Kath-
leen Cauley, Mr. Paul Chapman, Mrs. Lillian Clayton, Mrs. Alice
Collins, Miss Jane Cook, Miss Margaret Coope, Miss Catherine
Counihan, Mr. Dennis Crowley, Miss Laurette Cullinan, Miss
Catherine Davis, Mrs. Margaret Denny, Mr. John Douglass, Mr.
Arthur Fagan, Sgt. Feliciano, Miss Dorothea Forcade, Mr. Thomas
Gates, Mrs. Birdeena Gowan, Miss Phylis Haley, Mr. Rex Harris,
Miss Margaret Heaton, Mrs. Lenamae Herrick, Miss Eleanor Jack-
son, Miss Ethelinda James, Mr. Sylvester Kelly, Miss Marie Kir-
win, Mr. Marion Knott, Mr. Lloyd Leith, Miss Mabel Lockhart,
Mrs. Edna Logan, Mr. Harry Longaker, Miss Rachael Markley,
Miss Doris McMillan, Mr. Willard Morton, Miss Catherine New-
port, Miss Marian Ohleyer, Miss Eleanor Parsons, Mr. Seymour
Pearson, Mrs. Margaret Poole, Mr. Henry Raphael, Miss Mildred
Rauner, Miss Josephine Rausch, Miss Dorothy Reynolds, Mr.James
Ripley, Mr. John Roberts, Mr. Marcel Rotchy, Miss Arline Scharff,
Miss Florence Shearer, Miss Edith Silberstein, Mrs. Myrtle Swan-
son, Mr. Arthur Taylor, Miss Haidee Tobriner, Mrs. Jewell Tor-
raeri, Mr. John Uhte, Mr. Eldred Vanderlaan, Miss Frances Vasila-
Main Unit finished December 3, 1935
Main Academic Urril showing Courf Yard.
Now Veterans' Courf, December 3, 1935. .
los, Mr. Joseph Verducci, Miss Marie Weller, Miss Elsie William-
son, Mrs. Alice Wilson, Miss Gerla Woodruff.
Firsl Adminislralion: Mr. Ernesl J. Cummings, Miss Edilh Pence,
Mr. William A. Wieland.
TRADITIONS. Allhough len years is nol a long period in which
lo build lradilions, Washinglon High School has managed lo
eslablish many: some have survived lhe lesls of lime, olhers have
faded, and slill more are yel lo be made ....
The Dead Indian, meeling place for lhe whole sludenl body.
was lhe sleeping guardian of lhe Washinglon lobby back in
I937: and in I957 sludenls slill will parl wilh a reminder lo
friends--"Meel you under lhe Dead lndian." How lhis mural
depicling a proslrale Indian lnobody is posiiive he is deadll of
George Washinglon's day became lhe Grand Cenlral Slalion
of lhe school is nol known. Bul lhe D.l.-as il is abbrevialed in
lhe heclic, rushed days of I947-has come lo symbolize lhe enlire
lobby: any school day al 3:l0 aImos+ every Washinglon sludenl
can be found "Under lhe Dead Indian."
Tillie Mieseles, one of Washinglon's lirsl sludenls, wrole lhe
school hymn in l937: bul il was lhis year, I947, lhal lhe new
ending was added by Mr. Knoll, making lhal hymn more impres-
sive, powerful, and complele. "Hail, Washinglon, Hail!" Mary
Trussell, in I936, wrole "Fighl On You Eagles," and lhe song was
presenled lo lhe school for lhe firsl lime over lhe radio, sung by
Mr. KnoH's regislry.
Mr. Lloyd Leilh, former physical educalion leacher here, and
now al Mission High School, laughl lhe "lricIcs of lhe lrade" lo
lhe firsl yell leaders who, in lurn, passed on lheir knowledge and
pep lo lhose who followed lhem.
"Red, While and Blue, Boys, forever, will be up lhere for all
lo see." Those words could fil lhe "Fighl On You Eagles" song:
and red, while and blue were almosl our school colors. By elec-
lion, and a close one il was, scarlel and gray were officially
adopled in I93b.
Gymnasium under consfruciion, March 19, 1939.
Many presenl Washinglonians were in on lhe beginning of
some lradilions. The firsl family dinner in Fall, l945 was in lhe
cafeleria. Parenls spenl an enioyable evening-so enioyable in
facl lhal nexl year saw a repelilion of lhe evenl. And once re-
pealed, evenls are well on lheir way loward becoming lradilions.
May Feslivals, lhere have been lhree so far, are yearly occur-
rences IF earned by lhe sludenls. ln l945 lhe May Feslival proi-
ecl was oblaining blood donors: keeping absences and lardies
down lo a minimum has been lhe melhod of earning lhe day of
fun, surprises, a rally, and a dance, lhis year and lasl.
Sporl nighls are recenl addilions lo exlracurricular aclivilies
-Fridays al 7:30 in bolh gyms for volleyball, badminlon, ping
pong, and even checkers. Anolher Friday-nighl evenl. loo new
as yel lo be called a lradilion-is lhe folk-dancing class.
The Spring Concerl, when lhe real lalenl of George Washing-
lon High School is displayed, was firsl slarled in l94I lo raise
money for choir robes. Classical music and folk songs are played
and sung by lhe orcheslra, girls choral, mixed chorus, and soloisls.
The Chrislmas season is observed wilh lhree lradilions: a beau-
lifully decoraled lree slands in lhe lobby, carolers in choir robes
slroll lhrough lhe halls imparling lhe Chrislmas spiril lo all who
hear, and a Chrislmas pageanl depicls evenls in lhe life of Chrisl.
Heads bow in reverence. For whom? The high seniors, of course!
The high senior class and ils lradilions are always lhe pride of
The imposing lisl of senior lradilions is headed by Senior Day.
On lhis day a rally is presenled lo lhe sludenl body by members
Alhlefic Field, March 14, 1939.
of lhe senior class. The scripl, wrillen enlirely by seniors, has a
serious, hislorical lheme. All day lhe halls are filled wilh color-
ful, coslume-clad seniors.
Olher lradilions exclusive lo lhis class are lhe Senior Banquel,
held in a holel banquel room: lhe Senior Breakfasl which is given
in lhe school cafeleria: church services before lhe breakfasl: and
lhe Senior Prom, usually presenled in lhe Gold Room of lhe Fair-
The lasl aclivilies in which lhe seniors parlicipale before gradu-
alion are lhe Farewell Dance and lhe So-Long Rally. The dance
is a sludenl body sponsored affair dedicaled lo lhe gradualing
class. In lhe rally lhe seniors are afforded a lasl opporlunily lo
enlerlain lhe olher sludenls, and lo say "so long."
FIRST ADMINISTRATION. Mr. Ernesl J. Cummings was lhe
lirsl principal al George Washinglon, having come here in I936
from Galileo. He allended privale school and lhen gradualed
from Slanford. He laughl al Lowell for a lime and lhen wenl lo
Galileo where he laughl Lalin and Greek: he was also principal
of lhe nighl school. Mr. Cummings served as Washinglon's prin-
cipal unlil January, I945, when he wenl lo lhe 'Board of Educa-
lion as Depuly Superinlendenl of Secondary Schools.
Miss Edifh Pence came lo Washinglon in I936 as dean of girls.
She is a graduale of Lowell and lhe Universily of California, has
'Iaughf af Lowell, Polyfechnic, and af Galileo as head of fhe
language deparfmenf and, prior Io coming fo Washingion, she
was af San Francisco Junior College. Affer leaving Washingfon
she served as Direcfor of Curriculum and fhen wenf fo Girls'
High in l942 as principal. She has fraveled widely and was a
delegafe fo fhe Lima Conference.
Mr. William A. Weiland was Washing'fon's firs'I dean of boys.
He alfended Oakland High School and 'Ihen graduafed from fhe
Universify of California. He served as a capfain in World War I
and sfayed in Europe fo help sei up fhe Educalion Program for
fhe army. Upon his refurn fo fhe Unifed Sfafes he wenf +o Mis-
sion High as a Ieacher: he came fo Washingfon as vice-principal
when if opened in I936. Mr. Weiland died in I944 as fhe resulf
of an iniury obfained from 'Fighfing a foresl fire.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT. As in any well-organized govern-
menf, George Washingfon High School has ils wriHen laws vesfed
in a consfifuIion.The complefed consfifufion was adopfed in l94I.
Under fhis consfilufion, fhe sfudenf body offices of presidenl,
vice-presidenf, secrelary, freasurer, cusfodian. afhlefic manager,
and yell leader were creafed. Recenfly esfablished, fhe oliiice of
second vice-presidenf was recorded in Ihe consfifufional amend-
menfs. To run for any of fhese offices, a sfudenf is required fo
submif a pefifion Io 'Ihe principal for approval af Ieasf five school
days before fhe primary elecfions. The pefifion musf be signed
Auditorium and Gym, complefed Ocfober 21, 1940
by af Ieasi fwenfy-five sfudenfs and five faculiy
members. Af fhe direcf primary elecfion fhe candi-
dafe who receives fhe maiorify of vofes will be
declared elecied. lf, however, no candidafe receives ,
a maiorify, fhe Iwo candidafes receiving fhe greafesf
number of vofes will run again af a general elecfion.
The PrincipaI's Cabinef, an advisory board Io fhe
principal, and The Sfudenf Council, fhe Iegislafive
branch of fhe school, were also creafed. The Sfudenf
Council consisfs of fhe elecfed officers of fhe sfuclenl
body, all elecfed class officers, plus necessary repre-
senfafives fo malre Ihe foial represeniafion six for
The qualificafions for candidacy are based on gen-
eral conducf and scholarship. A passing grade is
required in all subiecfs, and lhe cilizenship marks
musf be safisfacfory or beHer af +he fime Ihe pefifion
is filed. Any unsafisfacfory marlrs will disqualify 'Ihe
candidafe. An elecfed officer nof Ireeping up Ihe
aforemenfionecl requiremenfs during his ferm of oflice
will have fo forfeif his posilion. AII sfudenf body
officers and delegafes fo fhe Sfudenf Council serve
for one ferm.
The consfifufion may be amended by proposal and
fwo-fhirds vofe of lhe Sfudenl Council, and fhe ma-
iorify vofe of fhe members of 'Ihe George Washing-
'ron High School.
WAR EFFORT, SERVICEMEN, PTA. George Wash-
ingfon High School sfudenfs, as one of fheir firsf
confribufions Io fhe war efforf, boughf a bomber.
Afhlefic Field, Ocfober 21, 1940
Ofher acfiviiies, while nof so momenfous, were carried on faifhfully
and successfully by Ihose who were "foo young fo fight" Washing-
fonians procured blood donors for 'Ihe Red Cross Isome sfudenfs do-
nafed blood fhemselvesig fhey learned firsf aid and home nursing: Ihey
collecfed clofhes, food, and fin cans, 'Ihey boughf war sfamps and
bonds, and sold Ihem 'Io olhersg Washingfon sfudenfs graduafed and
wen? info fhe armed forces: fhe girls became nurses: and when Ihe
war ended, fhey did noi' cease fheir eliforfs fo help siriclren people in
all paris of Ihe world.
Fiffy-five servicemen who af some fime had aifended George Wash-
ingfon High School were Irilled in World War Il. On all fhe war
fronfs, in all branches of fhe service, Washingionians, I,700 of 'Ihem
fo be exacf, foughf for fheir counfry. And fiffy-five, in losing fhe
personal side of fhaf lighf, helped assure fhe real cause-and gave
fheir lives for fhe freedom of fhe people of fhe Unifed Sfales of
The Parenf-Teachers Associafion, esfablished in I93b wifh Mrs. Carl
Hallford as fhe firsf presidenf, has supporfed many proiecfs of fhe
sfudenfs of George Washingfon lin facf, fhaf swimming pool is sfill
on iheir "as ye+ unaccompIished" Iisfl. The principal obiecfive of fhe
PTA is fo promofe undersfanding among parenfs, feachers, and
SPORTS HISTORY IN REVIEW
FOOTBALL. Wi+h fhe opening of our new school came Washing-
fon's firsf foofball feam, and under fhe direcfion of Coach Joe
Verducci, if esfablished fhe besi record of any of our feams fhus far.
The Eagle Eleven, affer opening ihe season wifh fheir firsi foofball
win againsi Lowell wen+ on fo boasf a record of 4 wins, and I loss.
Mural, leff side of entrance
Mr. Ernesl J. Cummings, firsl Principal al George Washinglon
Inexperience plagued lhe leam of I937, and Coach Verducci
wisely lurned lhumbs down on enlering lhe A.A.A. for anolher
year. Playing games wilh bolh oul ol lown and cily leams, lhe
Eagles linished oul lhe season wilh a 4 wins and 4 losses record.
Malring ils enhance inlo lhe Academic Alhlelic Associalion
lell, George Washinglon High School proved lo be lhe grealesl
lirsl-year leam lo enler lhis league by coming lhrough lo finish
in second place. Behind lhe leadership ol lheir new coach,
Red Scheflin, lhe Washinglon gridders, in lhe season ol I938,
smashed lheir way lo 5 viclories againsl 3 deleals. All five viclo-
ries came aller losing lheir lirsl lwo games of lhe season.
Coached by Mr. Saul Madles, lhe Eagles waded lhrough a
luclcless I939 season wilh 7 losses and 3 viclories and I lie.
Wilh a lighl, lasl baclclield, Coach Red SchelIin's Eagle grid-
ders ended a mediocre I940 season wilh a record ol 2 wins, 4
losses, and 2 lies lo linish in 7lh place. ll was inleresling lo nole
lhal Washinglon had 3 Chinese on ils lirsl slring.
A hard-lighling I94I season leam coached by Saul Madles
managed lo salvage only I viclory and I lie in 8 games. An unu-
sual occurrence resulled in lhis season, however, when Washing-
lon, in one ol lhe longesl marches made by any leam, loughl ils
way 99lf2 yards from ils own goal line wilhoul giving up lhe ball,
only lo miss lhe louch-down when lhe gun ended lhe game.
The leam of Fall I942 was iusl loo inexperienced, and losl all
bul ils lasl game wilh Sacred Hearl. Coach Hugh Hunler's leam
ol I943 won bul one game, bul showed promise ol linishing higher
A good Fall I944 leam gave Washinglon one ol ils besl sea-
sons in lour years by winning 2, losing 4, and lieing I. Clancy
Ylurriaga broughl credil lo his coach, Mr. Hunler, and school by
easily malring lhe all-cily leam.
Mr. William A. Weiland, firsl Dean of Boys
The Eagle gridders ol Fall I945 finished in sixlh place lo end
a heclic season wilh bul 2 viclories. Coached by Mill Axl, lhe
leam was a lhreal lo every leam il mel.
BASKETBALL. Washinglon has always been lcnown lor ils bas-
lrelball leams. Our lirsl cage coach was Lloyd Leilh. We enlered
lhe A.A.A. league al lhe laller parl ol lhe season in I937, and
played 2 games, winning one. Playing lheir lirsl lull season in
I938, lhe Eagles won every game bul lheir lille lill wilh Lowell
and finished in undispuled second place. Again in I939 under
Coach Leilh lhe leam placed lhird.
The leam ol I940 led by lhe greal Mushy Silver roared lhrough
an undelealed season lo win lhe championship. This was Wash-
inglon's besl leam. Again in I94I, led by Marv Miller lhis lime,
lhe Eagle Cagers broughl home lheir second crown in succession.
winning 8 oul ol 9 games.
Miss Edith Pence, lirsl Dean of Girls
The leam ol I942 won 6 and losl 3 lo cinch a lirsl division berlh.
The leam ol I943 placed lourlh, winning 5 oul ol 6 games.
In lhe season ol I944, lhe Washinglon Cagers managed only
3 viclories in 8 games. Led by Coach Bill Bussenius, our leam of
I945 wound up in second place aller winning lhe lirsl J. C.
Winning only 2 games all season, our leam of I946 lell much
lo be desired and finished deep in lhe second division.
BASEBALL. Enlering A.A.A. baseball compelilion lor lhe lirsl
lime in I939, Coach Sylvesler Kelly's ball leam ended lheir inilial
season in lasl place.
ln I940, lhe leam under Coach Kelly, ended in lasl place.
I94I broughl a new baseball coach lo Washinglon, and il was
under lhis coach lhal Washinglon was lo see many greal ball
Mr. Hugh Hunler's lirsl leam did nol linish in lhe lirsl division,
bul developed under his leaching. On lhe leam ol l942 were such
oulslanding slars as Jim Dully, Mike Keropian, Felix Ordique-
handi Zane Kaplan, AI Ganum. This leam linished in sixlh place.
ln I943 lhe leam had a lair season winning 3 and losing 6.
Zane Kaplan, lhe leam's pilcher, made lhe All-Cily leam.
Then came Washinglon's greal leam ol I944. Under Coach
Hugh Hunler lhe boys made a real bid lor lhe crown lo linish
in second place. Washinglon's grealesl pilcher, Jim Zavillra, lhe
lireball hurler, was probably our mosl valuable man, allhough
Zane Kaplan and AI Ganum also won All-Cily honors.
Wilh mosl ol lhe slars ol lhe previous year gradualing, lhe
leam ol l945 won 4 viclories againsl 6 deleals. Bob Rosenberg,
lhe slugging oullielder, made lhe All-Cily leam, and Washing-
lon's pilcher, Erwin Keller, was crowned lhe leagues' slrilreoul
In I946, under lhe coaching ol Saul Madles, Washinglon came
wilh a rush in lhe laller parl ol lhe season lo linish in lourlh place.
Earle Claylon, lhe pilcher, and Al Glazbroolr, second baseman,
were lhe oulslanding players on lhe leam.
fConlinued on Page 612
George Washing'ron High School is now 'Ien
years old. A +en year period is no+ a Iong +ime,
ye+ if represenfs a+ Ieas'r Ihree generafions of s+u-
denI's who have passed Ihrough Ihe por+aIs of 'rhe
schooI. The pioneering days are fhe hardesi' be-
cause plans, fradifions, and a background mus+
be buiII'. Truly, we who are here now, and Ihose
who are 'Io come, are deeply indeb+ed 'Io 'Ihose
who developed Ihis school over fhese Iirsf 'Ien
Like a person, a school possesses personalify,
charac+er, and feelings. These fraifs are a con+ri-
bu+ion from fhe members of Ihe schooI and are
compounded of all +ha+ have ever belonged +o
if. We hope +ha+ Ihis schooI may aIways have a
friendly, in'I'imaI'e, helpful personaIi+yg a Ioyal,
courageous, uncompromising characferg and sym-
pa+he+ic, responsive feelings.
This book is Ihe effor+ of a group represenI'ing
fhe school Io express Io i+s former and presen'I
members some of Ihese charac+eris+ics. Wirh if
go Ihe gree+ings, good wishes, and friendliness
of +he school. o. I. sci-IMAELZLE
This anniversary finds us proud and
happy 'ro be a par'r of George Washing-
+on High School, 'For +he promise of fhose
early days has been fulfilled in a rich and
The passing of a milesione brings mem-
ories, and +he memories foday are chief-
ly of splendid sludenl' body groups, of
rhose adminisrrafors who laid so faulf-
lessly +he foundalions of our school, and
of a faculiy unequalled anywhere for un-
firing effor+ and spirif of devofion.
Because of +hese fhings Washingfon
has no'r only come +0 full sfafure among
ihe schools of The na+ion, buf she is be-
ginning +o assume a leading role. The
promise for +he fufure is greail
ELEANOR M. JACKSON
Ten years ago, when George Washingfon firsf opened
i+s doors, my regislry group was parf of lhe firsf grad-
uafing class, A+ +ha+ iime, +here was considerable discus-
sion as fo fhe name for a yearbool: and among fhe many
submiHed was +he rifle SURVEYOR suggesfed by Mar-
ian Meyer from fhaf firsf regisfry of mine. Marian chose
+ha+ +i+le because she fell fhaf since George Washingion
was a surveyor in his youfh, so ihe yearboolr of George
Washingfon High School should be fhe surveyor of +he
school life of 'lhe preceding years.
Now +ha+ we have reached ihe firsi milesfone in our
hisfory, we can loolc back wifh pride on fhe records each
bool: has surveyed - records in a+hle+ics, cifizenship,
and scholarship - records ihaf show Washingfon has
We should all s+rive +hen fo confinue fo build so fhai
each bool: may have as much fo survey as The books
already published.-Miss Parsons.
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This year ihe SURVEYOR celebraies an an-
niversary. H is well fo pause al' iniervals fo
review +he pasi, 'fo faire sfoclr of +he present
and +o plan for +he fuiure. Thus we profil by
our misialres and properly evaluafe our
A school, lille an individual, builds Hs own
characier. The in1'egri+y of iis alumni, fhe
courfesy and seriousness of purpose of Hs
sfudenl' body, fhe abili+y and devolion of ils
'Faculfy - fhese are lhe ingredienls which
malxe up 'I'he characfer of any school. Of
+hese, +he mos? imporfanf is fhe sfudeni body,
ifs aHi+udes, ifs concepf of values, Hs conduci
in and ou? of school.
Do +he graduaies +alre +heir places in ihe
world wifh credil and honor fo bofh ihem-
selves and fheir school? Do fhey demonsfraie
solid, if no? superior fraining in bofh scholar-
ship and charac+er7
Are 'fhe sfudenfs upholding fhe scholarship
slandards sef by ihe alumni? Are +hey alerf io
'lhe besf fradilions of fhe school? Does iheir
conducl in school, on fhe sfreei, and on 'the
a+hle+ic field reflecl credif upon lheir homes
and fheir school?
These are fl-ie yardsiiclrs by which +o meas-
ure a good school. How do we meei fhe
BOB LA VI N E.
HIGH SENIOR CLASS
JOH N HONTALAS.
LOW SENIOR CLASS
BOB LA VINE,
HIGH JUNIOR CLASS
LOW JUNIOR CLASS
HIGH SOPHOMORE CLASS
DOLO RES MOONEY,
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LOW SENIOR CLASS
HIGH JUNIOR CLASS
LOW JUNIOR CLASS
DORIS SORAVI LLA,
HIGH SOPHOMORE CLASS
LOW SOPHOMORE CLASS
Row I. Kafhie Reinherfz, Carole Nyman, Juanila L'Esperance, Elizabelh Simson, Belfy Johnson,
Janice Binder, Nalalie Blum, Jane Hamilfon, Marie Arens, Eleanor Goode, Palricia Bridges.
Row 2. Lawrence Lash, Bill Blair, Elisabefh Rich, Joan Young, O. l. Schmaelzle, Mariorie
Zimef, Clara Saccone, Elaine Klein, Beverly Menend, Vivian Daily, Gerfrude Bosch.
Row 3. John Honfalas, Nalhan Rofh, Don Engelfried, Hollis Locke, Geil Parker, Charles
Caifo, Jack Dielx, Walfer Gordon, Bob Hyman, Bill Bagof. Row 4. Don Krow, Jim King,
Jack Grossman, Dick Hare, Bill Young, Ken Conragan.
PRINCIPAL'S CABINET, SPRING-Row I. Kalhie Reinherfz, Barbara Augusline, Ethel Slein-
berg, Joan Young, Clara Saccone, Vivian Daily, Mary Sklivas, Joanne Lipscomb, Belly Suss-
man, Norma Hosp, Row 2. Tony Barbera, Albert Baaba, George Robinson, Kenneth Knanishu,
Gene Baker, Bob Hyman, George Young, Jerry Olmsfead. Row 3. Kenneih Miller, Dan Chap-
man, Bob Maynard, Gunlher Bier. n
The Principal's Cabinef is an orig-
inal and successful plan al' Wash-
ingfon. ll' grew oul' of lhe Girls'
Conference Group, which was a
meefing of one girl represenlalive
from each regislry. The group was
formed by Miss Eleanor Jackson,
Dean of Girls, and Sfudenl' Body
Vice-Presidenl' Ellen Heieck in I944.
lf proved so safisfacfory fhal'
Mr. Schmaelzle and Peler Zelalich,
Presidenf of lhe Sfudenf Body,
adopfed if for fhe enfire school as
fhe Principal's Cabinef.
The Cabinef is made up of one
member of each regislry, usually
fhe presidenl, and meefs every
Tuesday al' 8 a.m. ll has no admin-
isfrafive powers and can make no
policies: buf if is here fhaf fhe opin-
ions of 'l'he sfudenl body and fhe
faculfy are broughl' fogefher.
The regisfry represenlafive asks
l'he opinions of his classmafes on
school affairs, and if is his dufy fo
bring fhese opinions fo lighl' al' fhe
Cabinef meefings. As a resulf, lhe
feelings of fhe enfire sfudenf body
are known. Here also, l'he admin-
isl'ra'l'ion's policies and viewpoinfs
are explained and 'laken back fo fhe
The Principal's Cabinel' accom-
plishes fhe following: ll' clears up
misundersfandingsg il' expresses sfu-
denl' opinion, if sends fhe adminis-
l'ra+ion's policies back fo lhe regis-
fry. Any conclusions or new ideas
resulfing from fhe discussions are
passed on fo fhe execulive council,
sfudenf body officers, principal, or
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When our firsr principal, Mr. Ernes+ J. Cummings, le'f'I' George Wash-
ing+on High School in I945, fhe faculiy decided ihaf ihey wanfed fo do
somefhing +o commemorafe his services. They decided on +he "Cummings
Cup," one 'ro be given io +he oufsfanding girl, and one fo fhe ouisfanding
boy of each gradualing class.
The award is based on cifizenship, scholarship, and service fo fhe school.
To choose lhe winners, any member of lhe 'faculfy or 'rhe senior class
may submit The names of +he Two sfudenfs he feels are The mos? worihy.
Mr. Schmaelzle lhen malues ihe final decision.
The winner's name is engraved on fhe cup, and he is allowed +o keep if
'For fhree days. H' is fhen pu+ in Washing+on's frophy case unlil ii' is falten
ou'I' and polished for nexl' +erm's winner.
The previous winners have been: Barbara McGee and Don Meighan,
Fall '45: Jacqueline Cohen and Jack Kalman, Spring '46, Nafalie Blum
and Lawrence Lash, Fall '46.
GRADUATES FALL '46
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The Iwo s1'uden+s shown above were seleded by Ihe high seniors
as Ihe mos+ popular boy and girl in fheir class.
Nancy Uhler was chosen from iweniy con+es'Ian+s by 'Ihe Senior-Soph
Dance Commiriee Io reign as Senior Queen. The honor also gave her
'rhis place in 'Ihe SURVEYOR as +he mosi' popular HI2 girl. Presiclenf of
'rhe Girls' A+hle+ic Associafion, and a member of +he Girls' Service
Socieiy, Nancy is well liked by all who lcnow her for her sincere person-
Dick Lewis was chosen from all +he senior boys by a popular voie held
in Ihe HI2 regisiries. As srudeni body president member of Ihe swim-
ming ieam, and 'Ihe Eagle Sociery, Dick has been very ac+ive during Ihe
GRADUATES SPRING '47
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BERNHARD BLUMENFELD CHENOWETH CLEVELAND CONRAGAN DUNCAN
GOLDBERG, J. GOLDBERG, W. HARE, J. HARE, R. HONTALAS, HONTALAS
HUTCHINSON JAMES LA VINE LASH JAMES JOHN
LOWART PHILLIPS REINHARDT ROSENKRANTZ LEWIS LOVE
The Eagle Socieiy was organized on Ociober I3, I93b, as a service sociefy. The firs-I'
presideni was David Le Baron, and Ihe organiza'I'ion's sponsor was Mr. Lloyd Leifh.
This group was acfive unfil I94I when if was disbanded, as ii' was becoming a clique.
Affer weeks of consulfafion wifh fhe faculfy Ihe Eagle Sociefy was reorganized on
March 23, I942, wifh Mr. George Klingner, Dean of Boys, as i'rs sponsor, and Bill Rose
as 'Ihe new presideni.
The Socieiy is composed of +wo +ypes of members: +he ex-officio members lgrade
presidenis, boy sfudenf body officers, chairman of +he boys' senior advisors, 'Ihe presi-
den'r of Ihe California Scholarship Federafion, and one broadcasfing represeniaiivel,
and 'rhe elecfed members l+welve boys elecfed by Ihe ex-oiificio membersl.
BAABA BERNHARD BIANCHI CHAPMAN CON RAGAN DIETZ
DUNN FLANTZMAN GITSCHEL GUNN GUTIERREZ HUTCHINSOF
LA VINE LEWIS LOVE LOWART MILLS MIRCH
PHILLIPS PLAA ROE ROTH SCHWARTZ THULIN
The purpose of Ihe Eagle Socieiy, as ouflined in Ihe Consiifuiion, is "To mainfain
s+ric+ order a+ school sponsored ac+ivi+ies, +o lceep order in 'Ihe school premises, and Io
be a'I' fhe service of I'he faculiy a+ all limes. H is Iheir sacred duly +o proieci +he banner
and colors of +he school, and school properiy a+ all +imes as dearly as +heir lives."
The presideni' of Ihe Eagles during fhe 'Fall 'l'erm, I946, was Bill S+ad+'feld. Bruce Bern-
hard was vice-presideni, and Bob Duncan, secreiary.
The spring, I947, officers are: presidenf, George Hufchinson: vice-presidenf, Dick
Love, and secrefary, Don Lowarf.
IPOSTOLIDES BAUMBERGER BINDER cIBLUM GILLESPIE HAFLEY
IAMILTON HUNTER MEYER NASH NAUMANN NEWTON
IORELL NYE PARSONS PLAAT ROSS RUCKER
MALL THIEBAUT UHLER WYATT YOUNG '
In 'rhe ien years since iis founding by Miss Ediih
Pence, Washing'Ion's firsf Dean of Girls, I'he Girls'
Service Socieiy has done much +o keep high fhe
sfandards of 'Ihe girls in Washingion. II' was Ihis
group +ha+ creafed Ihe Girls' Code, which 'rhis year
became fhe code of Ihe eniire sfudenf body.
The G.S.S. sI'ands ready a+ any +ime 'ro serve in
any capacify, anywhere. Some of 'rhe duiies dele-
gaied +0 +he girls include ihe following:
-'l. To assisi fhe Eagles in mainfaining good conduci
ai' all sfudeni' gaiherings.
To operaie 'rhe elevafor before and afier school,
and beiween periods.
To keep I'he dressing rooms clean and orderly
during Ihe lunch periods.
To supervise Ihe girls' lunch room.
To aci as guides for visifors or as hosfesses on
To usher ai' imporianf school funcfions, such as
The ierm play, and commencement
GIRLS' SERVICE SOCIETY
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APOSTOLIDES BELDON BLAKE BLUMENTHAL BOCAR COHEN
CROMBIE GOODY HAFLEY HUNTER LOUGHLIN MELIKIAN
NASH NAUMANN NORELL NYE ROGERS RUCKER
SHAW THIEBAUT UHLER WEBBER YOUNG ZIMET
The G.S.S. is an elecfive organizafion. Candidafes
are proposed by all feachers and by fhe members of
fhe group. ln order fo qualify for membership one
musf have a high qualify of cifizenship, a safisfacfory
scholarship record, and a record of performance of
meriforious service in promofing fhe general welfare
of fhe school. A lisf of fhese services musf accompany
fhe candida+e's name. A fwo-fhirds vofe of fhe acfive
members is necessary for elecfion. Because fhe Con-
sfifufion sfafes fhaf fhere may be only fwenfy-five
members af any one fime, and because of fhe re-
quiremenf for much service, mosf of fhe members
The G.S.S. plays a greaf parf in fhe life of Wash-
ingfon in fhaf if symbolizes self-governmenf. ln every
way fhe 6.5.5. has lived up fo ifs purpose, as is
sfafed in fhe Consfifufionz
"To perform whenever asked, any funcfion fo pro-
mofe fhe honor and morale of George Washingfon
High School, and fo falce fhe inifiafive in such affairs
in George Washingfon High School as fhe adminis-
frafors shall deem beneficial fo fhe schooI."
GIRLS' SERVICE SOCIETY
Row I, Mr. Marshall, Sgr. Henry, Mr, Madfes, Row 2. Mr. Fagin, Mr. Hall, Mr. Hanson, Mr. Odone
Row I. Mrs. Vriacnik, Miss Shearer, Miss CHO. Row Z. Miss Forcade, Mrs. Denny.
Row I. Dilg, Mirch, Koch, Brnnckmann, Thompson, Gunn, Ginsburg. Row 2. Oliveira, Sladlfeld, Mellon, Olmslead.
Seriously weakened belore lhe
V season was well under way, lhe
Washinglon Eagles had lo over-
come lhe loss ol six lirsl-slring men,
including Mellon, Malson, and
Gilschel lhrough iniuries. Here's
how +his bil ol hislory looks in
Washinglon, 12-Sacred Hearl 6. Wilh lheir
new coach, Jimmy Collis, al lhe helm, lhe Eagles
overcame a lavored Sacred Hearl eleven in lheir firsl
The Eagles were obviously superior in all deparl-
menls and had il prelly much lheir own way lhrough-
oul lhe game. Ollie Malson, Nale Oliveira, and Ken
Mirch slarred lor lhe Eagles.
Washinglon, 13-Balboa, 22. The Washing+on
eleven now look on a heavier and more experienced
Balboa squad al Balboa Sladium wilhoul lhe services
ol Ollie Malson, who ioined Aubrey Mellon on lhe
The Eagles lumped lo a quick lead when Eddie
Gilschel recovered lhe opening kickoff behind Bal-
boa's goal lor a score. Our nexl score came on a
pass from Lowarl lo Love aller a suslained drive
lrom our 30. Lowarl's passing was sensalional as was
lhe line play ol Ken Mirch, Maurry Koch and Eddie
Vo rsily Football Team
Washinglon, 13-Sl. lgnulius. 25. Soon af+er
losing Eddie Gilschel, lell guard, in a praclice scrim-
mage afler lhe Balboa game, lhe Eagles enlered lhe
S. l. game, a willing, bul woefully weak leam because
ol lack ol experience and sulficienl reserves.
Even wilh lhis lremendous advanlage lhe WiIdca+s
were behind in lhe lhird quarler on lhe slrenglh ol
lhe line play of Dick Love and Ken Mirch, However,
lack of a good pass delense senl lhe Eagles lo deleal
as lhree successive passes wenl lor louchdowns.
Washinglon, 0-Alameda, 21. Sfill weak on
olfense because ol an iniury-riddled backlield, bul
possessing a rough aggressive line lhe Eagles four-
neyed lo Emeryville ball park lor a nighl game wilh
lhe Alameda Hornels, Co-Champions ol lheir league.
Washinglon spenl mosl of lhe lirsl hall in Hornel
lerrilory, bul was linally overcome as passes senl lhe
Eagles lo anolher deleal.
Ken Mirch, Nale Oliveira, Maurry Koch, Jack Har-
rison, and Neill Gunn all played exceplional loolball
lor lhe Eagles.
Wdshinglon, 0-Lowell, 7. Slrenglhened by lhe
relurn of lullback Aubrey Mellon and halfback Ollie
Malson, bolh oul wilh broken ankles, lhe Eagles held
lhe favored Lowell eleven lo a scoreless lie unlil mid-
way inlo lhe lourlh quarler, when a reserve Lowell
guard picked up 'fullback Charlie Ryan's lumble and
Row I, Lee Overholl, AI O'Brien, Frank Brown, Jim Springer, Larry Ross, Robert Knighf, Marfin Cole. Row 2. Dimilrias
Conslanfine, John Hillebrandf, Berf Johnsfon, John Burkhead, Dick Herrlin, Bob Green, AI Lee, Coach: Saul Madfes.
complefely oufran fhe exhausfed Eagle backfield.
Ollie Maison gof off on fhe besf run of fhe day, when,
wifh perfecf blocking, he wenf 50 yards before being
pushed ouf of bounds on fhe four yard line.
The Eagles played fheir hardesf, roughesf, and
mosf aggressive ballgame of 'rhe year.
Washingfon, 7-Galileo, 19. The Eagles were
ferrific fhe firsf half, playing in Lion ferrifory fhe
enfire firsf and second quarfers. Soon affer fhe
Eagles had scored fhe inifial fouchdown, on MeIfon's
20-yard scamper and Ma+son's plunge, Vince Moreci,
Lion fullback, skirfed righl' end for 80 yards and fhe
firsf Galileo score.
Abouf 'lhree minufes lafer Paul Flore fook a reverse
from Scarrffi and wenl' 40 yards for anofher Lion
score. The Lions scored again and wenf on fo win
'lheir only game of fhe year by I2 poinfs.
Wushingfon, 6-Commerce, 18. The second
placed Commerce Bulldogs came fo Washingfon
Sfadium expecfing an easy vicfory over a hardluck
Washingfon feam. As if furned ouf fhey were ouf-
gained, ouf-rushed and complefely oufplayed unfil
several passes paid 'off handsomely for fhem.
The score was 6 fo 6 wifh four minufes fo play when
an Eagle punf was blocked and Commerce recovered
on ifs own 3-yard line. A minufe Iafer fhe Bulldogs
had broken fhe fie and 'rhe score was I2 fo 6. A Com-
merce pass from Henderson fo Orfiz fallied again and
fhe game ended I8 fo 6.
Washingfon, 13-Lincoln, 25. Wifh a very
unimpressive record of one win and six defeafs fhe
Eagles enfered fhis confesf a decided underdog.
Alfhough rallying in fhe fhird quarfer for I3 poinfs
fo fie 'lhe score, 'rhe Musfangs proved fheir superi-
ori'l'y by again forging ahead for I2 addifional poinfs.
In all honesfy if musf be said fhaf fhe Eagles were
complefely oufplayed for fhe firsf fime fhis season,
by a huge and very fasf Musfang Line.
Even in defeaf, Mirch, Mafson, Koch, Oliveira,
Love, Dilg, Melfon, Thompson, Gunn, Brinckmann,
and Sfadffeld were all playing fheir hearfs ouf.
The Junior Varsify foofball feam ended a very suc-
cessful season wifh a surprising 32 fo 0 win over Poly-
Affer losing fheir firsf fwo games fo Lick Wilmer-
ding 7 fo 0, and California School for fhe Deaf and
Dumb 20 fo 0, fhe Baby Eagles seemed fo improve
wifh every game, and won fheir Iasf fhree, beafing
Mission I8 fo 0, Sainl' Ignafius I5 fo O and finally
from Poly 32 fo 0.
Many of fhe J. V.'s were oulsfanding and will
be varsify maferial nexf year.
KAFFEN LOWART SPRINGER DROCCO
DILG BERRY BLUMENFELD KEROPIAN
HARE BILL SUTTON MORIMOTO ROHRS
Row I. Milf Kaffen, John Dilg, Leo Suflon, Theron Berry, Don Lowarf.
Row 2. Bill Gollnsky, Bill Sullon,
Dick Hare, Paul Maurice.
Varsity Basketball Team
Under fhe hard work of Coach Bob Marshall, fhe
Varsify sfarfed fhe season wifh high hopes of a
championship, buf in fhe final games wifhouf fhe
services of Theron Berry and Leo Suffon fhe feam
slumped. All-Cify Bill Suffon was fhe oufsfanding
player of fhe season for Washingfon. Don Lowarf,
Milf Kaffen, John Dilg, and Dick Hare played excel-
lenf ball fhroughouf fhe season. Paul Maurice, Dick
Meyers, Doc Golinsky, and John Shepard also saw
Washingfon, 26-Commerce, 39. This was a
fairly even game unfil Commerce pulled ahead by
six poinfs in fhe fhird period. The Suffons, in an
affempf fo gel' fhe Eagles back in fhe ball game,
fook long shofs, buf fo no avail. Bill Suffon and
Don Lowarf shared scoring honors wifh 8 poinfs each.
Washingfon, 23 - Mission, 14. Washingfon
showed a reversal of form in limifing fhe sfrong
Mission quinfef fo fwo field goals per half. The Suf-
fon fwins scored I7 poinfs befween fhem.
Washingfon, 28-Lincoln, 26. Geffing off +o
an early lead fhe Eagles upsef fhe heavily favored
Musfangs. Bill Suffon had a field day, scoring I5
poinfs, as fhe Eagles held off a lasf quarfer rally.
Washingfon, 'IB-Galileo, I5. The oufcome of
fhis game was never in doubf as fhe Eagles led all
fhe way. Bill Suffon led fhe Washingfon scoring
affack wifh 6 poinfs.
Washingfon, 19-Sf. Ignafius, 25. The Eagles
gof off fo a slow sfarf which probably cosf fhem fhe
game. Our fhird period rally fell shorf as fhe Wild-
caf's fighf defense sfaved off our vicfory bid. Leo
Suffon was high wifh 7 poinfs while Bill collecfed 6.
Washingfon, 35-Polyfechnic, 39. Washingfon
losf a close confesf fo fhe pofenfial champs. John
Dilg's and Milf Kaffen's accurafe shoofing helped fo
fie fhe score wifh buf four minufes leff in fhe game.
Poly's sfar, Dave Marcelli, fhen rallied his feam info
a win. Dilg and Kaflen, playing fheir besf games of
season, scored l0 and II poinfs respecfively. Leo
Suffon scored 8 poinfs.
Washingfon, 28 - Sacred Hearf, 29. Bob
Loran's free fhrow in fhe final seconds of fhe game
downed a fighfing Eagle feam. Washingfon frailed
fhe major parf of fhe game buf fied if up lafe in fhe
fourfh period on Don Lowarf's free fhrow.
Washingfon, 20-Lowell, 33. Minus Theron
Berry and Leo Suffon fhe Washingfon five losf fo a
Lowell feam sparked by "Hunchy" Ward Healy. Don
Lowarf was high poinf man wifh 7 poinfs, while Dick
Hare made 5.
Washingfon, 18-Balboa, 22. Washingfon blew
an 8 fo 0 'Hrsf quarfer lead and losf fhe final game.
ow , ran orimoo arie rocc
R I F k M 1 Ch l D o, Bob Keropian, Bud Blumenfeld, William Wong.
R 2 A Th H ll F k B Fred Rohrs, George Suzdaleff, James Spri g
ow . r ur iman, ran rown,
130 Pound Basketball Team
The fhirfies had a highly successful season under
fhe coaching of Mr. Bob Marshall, winning seven ouf
of nine games played. High hopes for a champion-
ship feam prevailed unfil fhe nexf-fo-lasf game of fhe
season. Our only losses were an upsef by Lincoln and
a defeaf by a sfrong Lowell squad. Bob Keropian's
oufsfanding play gave him a berfh on fhe firsf sfring
All-Cify lighfweighfs, while Bud Blumenfeld and Jim
Springer placed on fhe second feam.
Washingfon, 28-Commerce. 18. In fhis first
game fhe 30's showed excellenf feam work. Classy
plays and a good defensive game helped beat a
sfrong Commerce feam. Jim Springer was high poinf
man wifh 8 poinfs while Bob Keropian was nexf wifh 6.
Washingfon, 24-Mission, 22. This was +he
closesf game of fhe season for fhe 30's. Affer Mission
muffed fheir chance fo win fhe game on a foul shof
if wenf info an overfime. Fred Rohrs, second sfring
guard, broke up fhe game by fipping in fhe winning
Washingfon, 32-Galileo, 19. As +he game
progressed, Coach Marshall's boys builf up a con-
vincing lead, which Galileo could never overcome.
Guard Bud Blumenfeld sfarred, hiffing wifh almosf
every shof fo lead fhe scoring wifh I2 poinfs.
Washingfon, 26-Lincoln, 28. Washingfon's
lighfweighfs led all fhe way buf dropped a close
decision fo fhe fall Musfangs, and marred fheir
perfecf record. Bob Keropian led fhe scoring wifh
Washingfon, 29-Sf. Ignaiius, 19. Bob Kero-
pian sparked fhe 30's fo a win over fhe pre-season
favorifes by scoring ll poinfs. "Sizzling" George
Suzdaleff also played an oufsfanding game. Affer
fhis game fhere were high hopes for a championship.
Washingfon, 45-Polyfechnic. 23. The classy
Washingfon 30's rolled over Poly as Bob Keropian
wenf wild, scoring I7 poinfs. The enfire squad saw
acfion wifh fhe second and fhird sfring holding fheir
own againsf fhe hapless Parrofs. Bud Blumenfeld
scored 8 poinfs while Jim Springer neffed 7.
Wushingfon, 37-Sacred Hearf, 15. This was
a massacre from sfarf fo finish. Jim Springer played
an excellenf game, scoring I I poinfs. George Suzda-
leff, wifh 7 poinfs, and Ron Meyer, wifh 5, bofh
played good games.
Washingfon. 17-Lowell. 23. This was a hard
loss for Washingfon fo fake as fhe fifle was af sfake.
The score af fhe end of fhe firsf quarfer was Ken
Flower 8, Washingfon 7. Washingfon puf up a sfub-
born fighf, wifh Bob Keropian sinking 7 poinfs and
Jim Springer 6.
Washingfon, 40-Balboa, 29. The Washingfon
lighfweighfs romped over Balboa, ending fhe season
wifh one of fheir besf performances. The Eagles' fighl'
defense befuddled fhe Buccaneers. Bob Keropian's
feamwork and accurafe shoofing, coupled wifh Jim
Springer's 9 poinfs, played a large parf in sinking fhe
George Suzdaleff 'rallied 7 poinfs on long shofs.
Ofher sfandoufs were Blumenfeld, Drocco, Meyer,
Brown, Rohrs, Wong, and Morimofo.
Basketball-12O's cmd 11O's
Row I. William Corneio, Russel Bigelow, Vance Lerner, Joe Mendez, William Chin. Row 2. Mr. R. O. Marshall
Paul Jang, Teddy Yim, Eugene Sosnick, Joseph Yuen, Clarence Chen.
Row I. Bill Sargis, Charlie Andrews, Bill Wong, Don Weldon, William Poon, Tom Fassell, Irv Weinlrub.
WASHINGTON BASEBALL TEAM
Row I, Peler Piceffi, Larry Ross, Ron Kasabian, Bill Bigelow, Earle Claylon. Row 2. Merv Swifi, Al Glazbrook,
David Rosenkranfz, Ben Marlrall, Len James, Bob Friedman. Row 3. Ernie Oppenheimer, Bob Mayer, Arr Duffy,
George Granera, Bob Keropian, Ray Sferling, Joe Dulik, Bruce Haragus, Saul Madfes, Coach,
The I947 infer-school baseball season opened for
Washingfon wifh Sf. lgnafius winning 4 fo 0. The
Eagles foughf hard fo win fhe opening game buf
could nof sfop fhe hard hiffing Wildcafs from
Sf. lgnafius. Affer pracficing for fwo more days fhe
Eagles mel' Galileo af fhe Clubhouse. Somehow luck
wasn'+ wifh fhe Eagles af fhaf game for fhe Galileo
Lions roared on fo an 8 fo 5 vicfory over Washing-
fon. On Tuesday, April I5, fhe Eagles mef Com-
merce af "Big Rec." We looked fo Earle Clayfon fo
give Washingfon ifs firsf vicfory of fhe season and
he didn'+ disappoinf us, despife his being relieved
by Ron Kasabian in fhe llfh inning wifh fwo oufs,
when Commerce fhreafened fo pull fhe game ouf
of fhe fire. This exfra inning baffle came fo a climax
when fhe Eagles showered fhe Commerce hurler
wifh fhree runs in fhe 'lop half of fhe I lfh inning. The
final counf found fhe Eagles on 'rop 7 fo 6.
Washingfon showed fhey were due fo creafe a
Figh+ for a firsf-division posf in fhe league, when
fhey defeafed opponenfs in early pracfice games.
Included in fhe lisf of pracfice game vicfories were
Sf. Pefers and Jefferson. The Eagles opened fhe
season wifh five early game vicfories, before going
down fo a Junior College nine. Earle Clayfon, pifcher,
looked like a sfar, alfhough fhe feam losf a hearf-
breaker fo fhe Junior College. Ofher oufsfanding
players include: David Rosenkranfz, heavy sluggerg
Merv Swiff, candidafe for all-cify shorfsfop: and Arf
Duffy, anofher hurler. Larry Ross, AI Glazbrook, and
Leonard James looked good af all fimes.
A surprising fhing abouf fhis year's feam was fhe
facf fhaf fhe besf hiffers were fhe pifchers. The
Washingfon feam was well-grounded in fhe funda-
menfals, and quick fo fake advanfage of fhe ofher
The Junior Varsify greafly aided fhe regulars by
furnishing good compefifion fhroughouf fhe season.
These boys will fake places on nexf year's feam. Some
of fhe leading Junior Varsify players are: Arlen Bel-
lah, who led fhe feam wifh an average of abouf .600g
Bob Smifh, 3rd base: and Pefe Piceffi, oufsfanding
Trclck and Tennis
Row I. John Weir, Francisco Torres, Irwin Weinlraub. Row 2. James Reynolds, Roberl' Coulure,
Lager, Sfeven Gin, Dave Armslrong, Henry Washington. Row 3. Teddy Yim,
Meyers, James Hunl, Richard Jackson, Alberl Calian, Clifford Smilh, Andy
4. Ed Michaels, Jerry Unider, Dick Chester, Bob King, Ken Conragan, Frank
Bill Gillelfe, Sfan
Emil Russell, Fred
Walsh, Dominic Gofelli, Gary Thorlon, Keifh Jones. Row 5. Marlin Covifz, Aubrey Mellon, Dick
Love, Ollie Malson, Dick Hare, Bill Wrighlson, Bruce Bernhard, John Young. Row 6. Coach Hanson.
Row I. Ralph Fong, Gene Gee, Bill Hayes, Gene Maxwell, John Ullman, Gerard Thayer. Row 2. Bob
Maynard, Dan Woodruff, Don Krow, Harvey Cranow, Gene Coler, Bill Abend,
Gregory Moiseef, Floyd Parks.
Anolher frack season ended
lasl' May ai George Washing-
fon when fhe Eagles placed
second in l'he All-Ciiy Meef.
Ouislanding men on lhe 'leam
'rhis year are Ollie Maison, IOO
and 220 yard dash, Bruce Bern-
hard, shol' puig and Bob Kerop-
ian, broad jump. Olhers who
worked hard and deserve a lol'
of credil' are Emil Russell and
Sian Lager, 440: Francisco Tor-
res, IOO yard dash, John Weir,
lhe mile, Ted Yim and Andy
Gambardella, broad iumpg Fred
Meyers, 220, Ed Michael ancl
Arl' Gordon, hurdles: and War-
ren Pierce, high iump. Mr. Fred
Hanson coached lhe I947
George Washinglon lrack leam.
This year's fennis 'leam was
coached by Sgr. Henry. The
firsl' march of lhe season was
wiih Polyfechnic, and Washing-
ion won six maiches lo one.
Relurning from lasl year's
'ream are Bud Blumenfeld, Bill
Hayes, Fred Rosenlhal, Charlie
Drocco, and Floyd Parks.
Tennis compelilion fhis year
consisied of a round-robin and
an individual and doubles cham-
pionship. Bud Blumenfeld, Bill
Hayes, Charlie Drocco, Fred
Rosenfhal, and Byron George
represenied Washinglon in 'lhe
Ralph Fong, Gene Gee, Ger-
ard Thayer, and Floyd Parks
made up lhe doubles leams for
The Washinglon swimming
'leam opened lheir season
againsl Tamalpais by losing wilh
a score of 42 +o I5. However,
lhe Iighlweighls looked very im-
pressive in lying Tamalpais 24 lo
24. Roberl' Ryan and Arlhur
Swarlz were our poinl'-gellers
for lhe varsily, while Dick Lewis,
Clarence Chan, and Morrie
Green, all relurning 'from Iasl
year's leam, and Harvey Chin
placed for our lhirlies.
In lhe I20-pound division an
was Bill Corneio who, wilh How-
ard Ryan and David Goodrich,
led our leam.
In 'lhe l30-pound division
Clarence Chan, Dick Lewis, and
Morrie Green, wilh lhe help of
such slalwarfs as Frank Deering,
Osborne Grimes, and Harvey
Chin, worked 'lo place our leam
high in lhe A.A.A. meels.
Pacing +he varsily were such
oulslanding swimmers as David
Barnelf, Don Engelfried, Rodney
Williams, Roberl Ryan, Arlhur
Swarlz, Edward Clark and Har-
The I946 Soccer 'leam was
coached by Mr. Waller Odone.
I. This being lhe firsl' game 'For
lhe Eagles lhey were looking for
a win. Lloyd Faulkner scored 'l'he
Eagle's goal bul' lhe Bulldogs
rallied and lied lhe score.
Lincoln, I - Washinglon, 0.
The Eagles fried hard 'lo beal
our cross-lown rivals, bul' Lin-
coln proved +oo much 'For us.
6. The Eagles made il' a field
day againsl lhe Parrols.
Balboa, I-Washinglon, I.
Washingfon scored 'Firsl' when
Ernie Oppenheimer pul lhe ball
pasl' l'he Balboa goalie. Balboa
gol' lheir goal on a penally kick.
Mission, 5 - Washinglon, 0.
The Bears, one of lhe mosl' pow-
erful +eams in Ihe league, over-
powered lhe Eagles in lhis game.
Lowell, I - Washinglon 2.
Glazbrook won 'rhe game by
kicking a corner goal in lhe 'Iinal
minules of lhe game.
Samuel Gompers, I-Wash-
ingfon, 2. The Eagles played one
of 'lheir finesl' games.
Galileo, 2 - Washinglon, I.
Swimming and Soccer
Row l. Bill Corneio, Dean Freeman, Osborne Grimes, Allen Wegner, Harvey Chin, Gene Engle,
George Yokoi, Lee Janover, David Goodrich, Morris Green, Roberl Browne, John McKelvey, Rodney
Edwards, Leonard Chaban.
Row 2, Dick Lewis, Waison Fearing, Douglas Blair, Bill Blair, Rodney Williams, Roberf Morrison,
Wesley Lillie, Arfhur Swarlz, Don En lefried, Harold Menzies, Roberl Ryan, Frank Deerin , John
Calverl, Peler Belcher, Alan Dienslag, Michel Escalle, Allan Kay, Mr. Hall.
Row I. Al Glazbrook, Jacob Arnauloff, Frank Torres, Bill Paflerson, Ernie Oppenheimer, Ron Kasabian.
Row 2. Dick Roe, Ken Rosenberg, Al Smilh, Ralph Jacobsen, Mill Frankel, Len Rosenblalf. Row 3.
Mr. Odone, Bill Bernslein, Erhard Schunemann, Jim Dunn, Len James, Bob Friedland, Dan Synder,
Bill Young, Len Chabin.
gy Wi X
GIRLS' BLOCK W - A,
Row I. Nafalie Blum, Jacqueline du Jardin, Carol Hunrer, Cecelia Rando, Janice Binder, Shirley Newlon, Barbara
Baumberger, Helen Blake, Lael Wyafl, Corinne Harrinqion, Barbara Brooker. Row 2. Joan Maior, Persis Thau,
Belly Engelbrechl, Mariorie Goody, Marcae Keefe, Pai Taylor, Gerry Sfevens, Barbara Specfor, Joan Rucker.
Row 3. Nancy Uhler, Hilda Schmidt, Jackie Pulf, Pal Kilkeary, Jeanne Shaw, Barbara Naumann, Lila Blumenlhal.
PAT GILLESPIE NANCY UHLER BARBARA BAUMBERGER PAT KILKEARY
Pres GAA F '46 Pres, GAA S '47 Pres. Block "W", F '46 Pres. Block "W", S '47
The Girls' Alhlelic Associalion was formed in l936
under lhe sponsorship of Miss Florence Shearer.
A+ lhe beginning of each lerm a G.A.A. rally
is held +o in+roduce lhe difierenl' sporls which are
offered l'o 'lhe girls. Under lhe presidenl and her
officers, lhe rally launches lhe drive for membership
llhis +erm's goal of 500 was aflainedl.
Al' lhe end of each lerm fhere is an awards rally
or banquel' when new officers are infroduced and
awards are presenled lo fhose girls who have earned
lhem. The highesl' G.A.A. award is lhe gold pin.
From oul' of l'he pages of Washing+on's G.A.A.
hisiory have emerged such champions as Ann Cur'l'is,
fhe Uhl Sisfers, ancl Palricia Sinclair.
Ann Curlis is raled as 'rhe besl' 'Free s'lyle swimmer
in lhe nalion. Among her many honors is l'l1e Sullivan
Award, in which she ranked fiflh among fhe eighl
finesl afhlefes in lhe world.
The Uhl Sislers, Helen and Nancy, are champions
of ihe ice slcaiing world, and Helen has held +he
Women's Figure Slraling 'lifle since I944.
Palricia Sinclair, who has brolcen all breasfsirolxe
records, began her career when she won lhe Amaleur
Alhlefic Union freesfyle handicap al lhe age of len.
Since lhen she has won over 80 medals and lrophies.
The Block "W" Sociely, sponsored by Mrs. Mar-
garel' Denny, is composed of 'lhose girls who have
been members of lhe Girls' Al'hle+ic Associa'l'ion for
al' leasl four l'erms.
Under lhe leadership of Presidenl Pal' Killceary, fhe
Bloclc "W" Sociely sponsors Sporl' Nighfs, where
leachers and sludenls galher 'logefher on Friday
nighls +o play and have fun. Some of lhe o'lher aclivi-
lies of lhe Block "W" are fhe sponsoring of in'l'er-
school playdays, lhe annual inilialion and supper
al' Sigmund Slern Grove, and ushering af all girls'
Row I. Doreen Palm, Doris Kern, Rulh
Ann Rosenberg, Caroline Linn, Rulh
Mingsl, Marilyn Goodman, Eleanor
Loewenfhal, Gloria Tallman, Inge
Braun, Arlene Goldrod.
Row 2. Ellriede Fricke, Barbara Kruse,
Caroline Dewees, Joyce Kocher, Hazel
Hansen, Jackie Towne, Helen Gunderf
son, Lillian Deshaies, Virginia Wells,
Row 3. Belly Bower, Florence Miraglia.
Row I. Persis Thau, Belly Maxwell,
Keiko Kalo, Pal lchioka, Rose Enomolo,
Carol Weingarlen, Jackie Kinqslone,
Kazumi Takahashi, Selsuko Asano.
Row Z. Elaine Blumberg, Vilma Rovelli,
Barbara Kinney, Joy Cross, Arden Fae
Duncan, Mariko Mochizuki, Yukiii
Row I. Kalhie Reinherlz, Faye Krasow,
Juanila L'Esperance, Nina Taranlino,
Shirley Muzio, Harriefl Friedling,
Lillian Schafer, Carolyn Walaschek,
Maysie Coslello, Vereen Dudley.
Row 2. Ernesline Ferreira, Joan Rucker,
Belly Oieda, Beverley Barsamian,
Elisabelh Balin, Eslher Mork, Reva
Feldman, Eleanor Goode, Carolyn Haf-
ley, Jewell Webber, Irene Lerner,
Row 3. LaVerne Robinson, Marilyn
Backman, Joann Furman, Vance Kill-
ingsworlh, Margarel Robbins, Annie
Plaal, Judilh Goldberg, Jeanne Mason,
Barbara Bross, Janice Walson, Palricia
Row l. Belly Johnson, Dolores Engel-
hardf, Arlene Goldrod, Helen Barco-
vich, Irene Abboll, Geraldine Meyer,
Donna Moore, Louise Lindsay.
Row 2. Pal lchioka, Elizabelh Scherm-
erhorn, Margary Lilly, Mariko Mochi-
zuki, Kei Kalo, Rulh Hippely, Roberla
Paslel, Mary Lee, Isabel Dasleel.
Row l. Pal O'Connor, Caroline Linn,
Lilian Dimpll, Nancy Welch, Jean
Wildberg, Arlene Goldrod.
Row 2. Juliana Bauer, Elhel Korel,
Lorayne Ausled, Sally Maurer, Phyllis
Row I. Barbara Roloff, Virginia Crom-
bie, Margaret Barshall, Cafherine
Vaughn, Joyce Kocher, Madeleine
Aurade, Kay Sandy, Gwynne Nichols,
Shirley Reinisch, Joanne Fifzrnier.
Row 2. Bernice Ersepke, Nancy Welch,
Neva Lee Cornish, Phyllis Bannalyne,
Pafricia Harris, Eslher Cory, Mariorie
Chrislofferson, Tish Moyer, Susan Miley,
Row I. Diane Schram, Joan Doyle, Els
Yamamoto, Belly Morelli, June Fish,
Dale Jean Lang, Kay Marson, Tania
Pensky, Shirley Helmke, Elhel Korel.
Row 2. Rogene Hollzen, Marilyn Faclor,
Ardis McLean, Margie Tarlin, Jhan
Harlzell, Pal Davis, Cecelia Rando,
Barbara Doherly, Lila Blumenlhal.
Row 3. Joan McLean, Kalhryn Marcy,
Mary Alice McMurray.
Row I. Beverly Monlgomery, Grela
Gorlln, Evelyn Barber, Ann England,
Ivy Chan, Dorolhy Provosl, Jeanne
Shaw, Una Allumbaugh, Marlene Olson.
Row 2. Nancy Welch, Neva Lee
Cornish, Phyllis Thiebaul, Beverley
Nalder, Marcae Keefe, Pal' Taylor,
Barbara Jean Meyer, Enid Ng, Eliza-
Row 3. Bebe Bocar, Doris Soravilla,
Barbara Naumann, Salsuki Mochida,
Sue Tabuchi, Naomi Takahashi, Marilyn
McLain, Beverly Davis, Ayako
Row 4. Amy Lum, Nadine Nalder,
Barbara Marlin, Mariorie Goody, Deo
Ikeda, Aiko Yamamofo.
Row I. Persis Thau, Dianne Rowe,
Slephanie Goldsmilh, Carolyn Pinsler,
Diane Garfinkel, Maxine Smilh, Shirley
Messina, Connie Toff, Emily Ganem,
Yvonne Levesque, Joan Bard, Paula
Jackson, Marqarel Ruller.
Row 2. Sandra Marks, Mary Lou Rice,
Lorayne Ausled, Helen Sloker, Merri-
lyn Keeley, Shirley Newlon, Belle
Doscher, Rulh Murray, Corinne Har-
ringlon, Barbara Ralhy, Demona Ward,
Row 3. Bobbie Anclress, Jacquie Lane,
Beverly Bromley, Helen Chung, Suzuko
Yamasalri, Mary Mikami, Odelle
Joannes, Joan Maior.
Row I. Phyllis Donner, Hilda Schmidl,
Carol Slelling, Eileen Kane, Joan Levy,
Jackie Pull, Nancy Uhler, Pal Gilkeson,
Kenlucky Chamberlin, Jo Jensen, Gina
Longo, Barbara Baumberger, Joyce
Row 2. Joanne Lipscomb, Janel Nye,
Pal Kilkeary, Vera Villz, Mary Ann
Susko, Jacyln Doane, Clare Rohrs, Sally
Maurer, Beverly Froehlich, Belly
Engelbrechl, Dorofhy Rogers, Peggie
McNamee, Becky Chuck, Helen Tong.
Row 3. Gloria Browne, Harriell Wedde,
Eleanor Websler, Margarel Taylor,
Evelyn Hinch, Janel Perkins, Beverly
Jahn, Jeanne Klingman, Barbara
Brooker, Ligia Viales, Joyce Wasserman,
Rose Yim, Pal Henry.
Row 4. Marilyn Wood, Belly Sussman,
Conslance Allen, lrma Knell, Nadine
Hadley, Elaine Graf, Carol Simon,
Lorraine Malnick, Joan Young, Mar-
iorie Zimel, Carmen Carlos, Jean
Oslrander, Gloria Beasley.
fConlinued from Page 122
TRACK. The very firsl Track and Field season afler lhe opening of our school found Washinglon enlering a slrong leam in lhe
A.A.A. league. This l937 leam had a fair season.
The cindermen of l938 proved lo be of excellenl maferial. Bill Finck and Lee Reggel were oulslanding.
ln I939 Coach Schel'lin's lrackslers in lhe lhird A.A.A. meel in Kezar Sfadium placed highly. ln i940 a well-balanced squad
wound up lheir season in fiflh place. Placing sixlh, lhe inexperienced l94l squad was held lo only one place in lhe annual A.A.A.
frack meel. Again, on lhe leam of l942, Fred Venker look lhe only poinls for lhe Eagle cindermen in high jumping.
ln I943 Washinglon's lrack leam didn'l enler A.A.A. compelilion, bul under lhe lulelage of Coach Bill Bussenius lhe leam
came back slronger lhan ever in I944 lo fake fourlh place in lhe All-Cily meel.
In l945 lhe leam was again coached by Bill Bussenius and lhey had a good season, finishing in fiflh place. Bob Keropian's
record-breaking broad-iump in his firsl year highlighled lhis season's evenfs.
The nexl year, I946, coached by Jim Co'Flis, lhe leam placed seven men in lhe All-Cily meel and look fourlh place. Bob Keropian
and Charlie Hardin bolh look firsls in lhis meel.
SWIMMING. Washinglon enlered a swimming leam in fhe firsl A.A.A. league afler lhe opening of our school. Our firsl swim-
ming coach, under whose guidance lhe leam remained for 7 seasons, was Mr. Leilh. The swimming leams of Washinglon have
always been a credil lo our school, buf lhe oulslanding squads in our alhlelic hisfory were lhose of I94-2, I943 and I944. These
leams look 3rd place 3 years in a row. The oulsfanding swimmers for Washinglon down lhrough lhe years have been Bob Kahn.
Phil Ehelrik, Glen Berry, Bill Harris, Arl and Marf Greenbaum, and Bob and Dick Pickens.
BASKETBALL l30's. Nof enlirely overshadowed by lhe bigger boys of baskelball, lhe Washingfon I30-lb. cagers have broughl
a greal deal of fame lo Hilllop. Always a credil lo lheir school, the I30-lb. leam has also served as a sfepping slone lo varsily com-
pelilion. ln lheir second season afler a mediocre enlrance lhe year previous, under Coach Leilh, lhe preliminary boys won 6 oul of
8 games and clinched second place. This leam of l'-738 was a credil lo our school.
ln I939, lhe l30's finished in lhe firsl division faking second place in league slandings. Afler losing lheir firsl lwo games
of lhe Spring l940 season, lhe 30's lashed back lo secure second place in lhe league. Again in l94I, for lhe fourfh conseculive
year our leam look second place honors. One of our besl l30-lb. feams ever lo play under lhe Scarlef and Grey banner, rose fo lhe
very lop of lhe league lo lie for lhe crown wilh Poly. Ross Guidice and Harry Myers, bolh All-Cily men, spearheaded lhis greal
leam's efforls in l942. ln I943, an inexperienced squad secured only 3 viclories in 9 slarls. Scoring lheir second 30's championship
in lhree years, and sporfing an unblemished record, lhe leam of I944 proved lo be our besl lighlweighl leam ever. Marly Schneider,
Pele Gersfel, Howie Polls, Joe Maniscalco and Frank Farone were bul a few members of lhis leam. Wilh mosl of lhe slars gradualing,
lhe l30-lb. leam of l945 wenl lhrough an unviclorious season. John Giosso was lhe leam's oulslanding player. Allhough lhe leam of
I946 was nol one of our besl, if did have fhe league's leading scorer in Bob Keropian. Keropian loomed as a real prospecl for I947.
SOCCER. Allhough Soccer is considered a
minor sporl in Prep Afhlelic circles, lhis rugged
game is one of lhe mosl gruelling of lhem all.
Washinglon, ever since lhe opening of our school,
has always fielded a leam worfhy of supporling
lhe honor of lhe school lhey represenl. During
I939, l940, l94l, and l942, our Soccer leam,
under lhe coaching of Mr. Hugh Hunfer, enjoyed
TENNIS. Washinglon's Tennis Team, like lhe
Soccer Team, has been in exislence ever since
lhe very lirsl season afler lhe opening of our
school. Among lhe oulslanding lennis slars devel-
oped here on lhe hill are fellows like Don Lowen-
bein and Ed Jacobson. Washingfon in ils IO years
of exislence. has been known as a school lhal lurns
oul a lype of leam lhal always "finishes way up
George Washinglon Library on Ociober, 1936
R. O. T. C. .
Row I. William Esser, Lawrence Lash, Sergeanl' Henry, Alan Bonaparf, Richard
Cowden. Row 2. William OsTrander, Jack Herold, AnThony Sherman, George Wahl.
The George WashingTon High School R.O.T.C.
BaTTalion has had an evenTTul year. Under The insTruc-
Tion oT MfSgT. Charles E. Henry, MfSgT. James
Pullin, and lsTfSgT. Harry Baron, The George Wash-
ingTon BaTTalion has become The leading R.O.T.C.
uniT in San Francisco, and is The proud possessor oT
The CommandanT's Cup.
The CommandanT's Cup is given by The 6Th Army
To The uniT which has shown The greaTesT amounT oT
improvemenT during The year. Because of iTs ouT-
sTanding record, The George WashingTon BaTTalion
was called upon To represenT The San Francisco
R.O.T.C. uniTs aT The Lincoln's BirThday CelebraTion,
in The ST. PaTriclr's Day Parade, and aT The observ-
ance oT The l00Th anniversary of The Tounding oT
The cadeT colonel lasT Term was sTudenT body
presiclenT, Lawrence Lash. This Term's colonel is Bill
Dunn. His Two assisTanTs are LieuTenanT Sherman
and LieuTenanT BonaparT.
HighlighTing The year was The annual inspecTion
by represenTaTives of The 6Th Army. The inspecTion
Tool: an enTire day and included a review. According
To The inspecTing officer, The George WashingTon
BaTTalion ranlcs high among The oTher R.O.T.C. uniTs
in The 6Th Army and is The highesT in San Francisco.
The Rifle Team has done ouTsTanding worlx. lT won
The 6Th Army rifle maTches, scoring I00 poinTs ahead
oT The closesT compeTiTion. The Team also Tool: TirsT
place in San Francisco in The HearsT Rifle MaTch.
Company D oT The FirsT PlaToon won The highesT
number oT poinTs in baTTalion compeTiTion. Winner
Tor The seniors in close order drill compeTiTions was
Douglas ReinhardT. AnThony Sherman was The iunior
class winner. The vicTors were awarded medals and
Znd Lf. ASNARD 2nd Lf. BONAPART 2nd Lf. COWDEN Capf. CLEVELAND
1sf Lf. DUNN 1sf Lf. ESSER 1sf Lf. 1sf. Lf. GITSCHEL
1sf Lf. KING 1sf Lf. KLINE HUTCHINSON 1sf Lf. LA VINE
1sf Lf. LEGENDRE 1sf Lf. MILLS Col. LASH Capf. SADICK
1sf Lf. SANTEE Capf. SAWDON Capf. REINHARDT
1sf Lf. SMITH
1sf Lf. ASNARD 1sf Lf. BONAPART 1sf Lf. COWDEN Col. DUNN
Capi. ESSER Capf. GITSCHEL Capf. Capf. KLINE
Znd Lf. KROW Capf. LA VINE HUTCHINSON Capf. MILLS
Capf. LEGENDRE Capf. SMITH
Row I. Alan Jones, Warren Skero,
Sian Kane, Dave Arrillaga, Gabriel
Plaa, Fred Durell, Ronald Russo, Gene
Sosnick, Ernesl Runnels, Bill Owen,
Row 2. Michael McClelland, Roberl
Slesmck, Wallace Poon, Wally Gilmore,
Bill Klinger, Sian Tornek, Nick Anfonis,
Curlis Meier, William Reeves, Hollis
Locke, Jon Sullon.
Row 3. Dale Yasle, Richard Thulin,
Waller Sfafford, Russ Presling, Dick
Keegan, Leo lsaeff, Don Huslon, Bill
Green, Bill Bagel, Don Raisner.
Row I. Jim Kline, Douglas Reinhardf,
Ron Sadick, Grover Cleveland, Vic
Sawdon, Jim King,
Row 2. Nick Leqendre, Bill Dunn,
Roberl Mills, Bob LaVine, Roberl
Asnard, George Hulchinson.
Row 3. Alan Bonaparl, Eugene Smilh,
Lawrence Lash, Richard Cowden,
Row I, William Esser, Alex Ulan, Tony
Sherman, Richard Cowden.
Row 2. Don Huslon, Gene Coler, Bob
Leib, Dan Woodruff.
gqnn-magma---n runnnulynsunu inn-nnlgl"""F"'f
Row I. Liberf Myers, Millon Mosk, Larry Mafral, Clarence Sanlee, William Esser, Grover Cleveland, Jim Kline,
Frank Israel, Ray Tobias, Ronald Weber, Mike Hughes. Row 2. Howard Leever, John Siacolos, Bob Grenland, Jack
Wenzler, Ted Samuel, Vaughn Janssen, Daniel Conlan, Joseph Borden, Floyd Parks, Roberl Payne, Ronald Brown.
Row 3. Clyde Sielling, Richard Emard, Chesler Marlin, Herman Goldman, Bob Skavlan, Arlen Bellah,
Row 4. Stefan Moses, Anlhony Sherman.
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V g E r L .
Y 5 i ff 7-
Row l. Milford Tong, Dan Snyder, Ausfin While, James King, Douglas Reinhardl, Lawrence Lash, Bill Dunn, Bob
LaVine, Ken Broadhead, Harold Sutton, Jerry Caslagnelfo. Row 2. Claude Dillmore, John DeBoll, Roberl Caparell,
Dick Hansen, John Gardenal, Alfred Roberlson, Joe Sharp, Bernard Sinlon, Norlon Melnick, Byron Teel, Michael
Trubowilsch, Jordan Murad. Row 3. Bryce Sander, Harry DeWolf, Kennefh Lewefzow, Frank Leoneffi, Chesler Lee,
Wayne Bowker, Bob Tellefsen, Val Cherechukin, William Abend, Waller King. Row 4. George Wahl, Darryll Slroud.
, s I 2 s y
Row I. Roberl Morrison, Alex Ulan, William Hayes, George Hufchinson, Roberl Mills, Victor Sawdon, Eugene
I A d Alan Bona arf George Furness Rendall Webber Row Z. David Howell, Jack Herold, Slanley
Smilh, Rober snar , p , , .
Jaslow Aaron Hirsch, Roberl Horn, Bruce Gilberl, Bill Blair, Waller Malfhes, Bruce Harris, Ronald Zimmerman,
k R 3 Geor e Malson Fred Durell Paul Belsch Allen Barney Roberf Maynard, Kay Havenor,
Don Woebc e. ow . g , , , ,
Charles Giggel, Pefer Jackson, Richard Svihus, Alfred Regan, Cecil Weinlraub, Robert Woodruff. Row 4. Arden Rahe,
k Barren, Dan Woodruff, William Oslrander, Clemmle Malhis, James Reynolds.
Row I Alan Kay, Donald Krow, Roberl Leib, AI Gurewifz, Nick Legendre, Ronald Sadick, Richard Cowden, Lucien
G b ' l Yoldi, Warren
Zenlner, Bill Friede, Peler Varcados, Richardo Galang. Row 2. Gene Coler, John Baranow, a rue
Barlle Ralph Boyd James Wrighf, Norman Eber, Bill Roberfs, Irving Kipnis, Raliegh Lillie, Kennelh Morlon
' T Cha man Riese
Row 3, Charles McDaniel, Edward Israel, Jimmy Simon, Ronald Lienau, Cecil Brabson, Edwin ong, p
The lerm play, a semi-
annual lradilion al' Wash-
inglon, is presenled by lhe
drama class under lhe
direclion of Miss Helen
Archer, dramalics leacher.
The proceeds from lhe
Spring play are deposiled
in 'lhe Sludenl Body 'fund
and lhen alloH'ed for slage
and drama expenses. The
Fall play proceeds are used
lo finance, in parl, lhe Sen-
ior Prom of bolh lerms.
"The Cal' and lhe Ca-
nary" was presenled on
November 2l, I946 in lhe
school audilorium before an
enlhusiaslic audience of
l500. The heroine, Anna-
belle, was porlrayed by
Mariory Saul, and Jack Lip-
ian appeared as Paul Jones,
lhe hero. Helen Valenline
played Mamy Pleasan+gBev-
erly Fried, Susan, Lawrence
Lash, Mr. Crosby, Frank
MISS HELEN ARCHER
Raye, Harry, and Colleen
O'Toole, Cicily. The casl
was compleled by "Doc+or"
Waller Mallhis, Andy Van-
gelo'l'os and Don Warfo.
The Spring produclion,
Thorfon Wilder's Pulilzer
Prize play, "Our Town,"
was presenled on May 23,
I947. The casl' included
Barbara Marlin, Reba Feld-
man, Gabriel Plaa, Persis
Thau, Jack Barren, Dave
Devencenzi, Helen Valen-
line, Jack Lipian, Bonnie
Kelly, Joan Wallach, Frank
Raye, and Bob Schwarlz.
TERM PLAY - FALL
Row I. Georgie Garrison, Joan Wallach, Maria Wilson-Walker, Calherine Vaughn, Marge Saul, Beverly Friede,
Reva Feldman, Margarel Taylor. Row Z. Walfer Malfhes, Jack Barren, Beverly Davis, Don Warlo, Frank Raye,
Colleen O'Toole, Barbara Marlin, Ann Pool, Helen Valentine. Row 3. Grace Zeibak, Bill Wilson, Jack Lipian.
TERM PLAY CAST - SPRING
Row I. Catherine Vaughn, Bonnie Kelly, Barbara Gifford, Janice Sfern, Renee Couchol, Marqaref Rufler,
Persis Thau, Row 2. Reva Feldman, Joan Wallach, Jackie Du Jardin, Marilyn Ross, Diane Roos, Sanford Schneider.
Row 3. Gabriel Plaa, Helen Valenline, Lucy Kafkas, Edylh Triger, Barbara MacKniqhf, David Devincenzi,
Glen Hayward. Row 4, Bruce Campbell, Frank Raye, Jack Barren.
Row I. Kathy Reinhertz, Marilyn Marcus, Carmen Ramon, Helene Heide, Jeanne Marsh, Carol Seibold, Patricia Wilson, Elisabeth Rich.
Row 2. O'Brien Elliott, Joseph Borden, Jack Barren, Ruth Ann Rosenberg, Setsuko Asano, Amy Lum, Lila Blumenthal. Row 3. William
Bernstein, Robert Cutler, Gary Thornton, Mr, Wire, Edward Michael, David Cohen, Aubrey Melton.
Lila Blumenthal Jack Barren Carol Seibold Jeanne Marsh
Editor-in-Chief Advertising Manager Business Manager Arf Editor
As you look through this year's SURVEYOR, ques-
tions ot its background probe your mind. "How did
it get its name? When was it tirst published? What
was the tirst SURVEYOR like?"
The tirst SURVEYOR was published in December,
l937. Considering it was the pioneer ot our books,
one would be amazed at its contents. The SUR-
VEYOR ot '37 pushes present-day iournalism stu-
dents to greater heights.
According to the '37 SURVEYOR, the name was
attached because the book was a survey ot the stu-
dent lite at George Washington. Quoting from the
'37 edition, "lt is significant that this book is called
the SURVEYOR, tor the surveyor is one who marks
the boundaries and secures the tirst vision ot the
greatness that is ahead. So this book heralds the tu-
ture ot George Washington High School and drives
the stakes ot unforgettable traditions."
The theme ot the tirst SURVEYOR was the first
graduating class. lt was dedicated to Superintendent
Joseph P. Nourse. Since this time our yearbook has
used some interesting themes, one ot the best being
the i939 Golden Gate International Exposition.
This year's SURVEYOR, commemorating the tirst
ten years ot George Washington High School, was
edited and published by the class in Journalism. It
is the hope ot the members ot the class that you have
tound it informative, amusing, and, above all, a lite-
Row I. Claire Gofffried, Marilyn Facfor, Arlhur Duffy, Dave Armsfrong, Phil Plansky, Jerry Unider, Inge Braun, Gloria Tallman, Jackie
Lassers, Pal' Paulsen. Row Z. Jackie Chavez, Dick Shearer, Bob Skavlan, Elaine Blumberg, Bob Keropian, Bill Thompson, Igor Sazevich,
Dick Allen, Shirley Moskowirz. Row 3. Marcel Derruau, Chapman Riese, Sandra Marks, Theonie Shepherd, Becky Morton, Alan Diensfag.
Girada Barde Pal Fosfer Phil Plansky
Edifor Feafure Edirol Sporfs Edifor
The EAGLE is lhe school newspaper which is pub-
lished every lhree weeks by a sl'aFF of sludenfs under
Ihe supervision of Miss Elizabefh Murphy. The paper
informs s'I'udenIs of Ihe academic, a'I'hIel'ic, and social
evenfs a+ Washinglon. A counseling edilion, a Senior
Will, a regular Roving Repor'I'er column, are some
of 'Ihe oufsfanding feafures of fhe paper. The
EAGLE is 'Iinanced by subscriplions, adverlising, and
sludenl' body funds.
The firsl' edilion was issued on November I9, I936.
I+ conlained messages from I'he Iwo vice principals,
and news of debafes, fraffic squads, school colors,
new yells and officers. Since l'hen lhe EAGLE has
increased from a five column paper Io a six column,
and has added many fealures, Ihe "EagIe's NesI"' be-
ing lhe mosf well known. Bur 'For The enlire len years
lhe EAGLE'S policy has remained l'he same: "All lhe
news of all fhe school."
The fall EAGLE s+aFF was composed of Co-edifors,
Jeanne Marsh and Rodi Barde: assislanl' edilors,
Richard Allan and Pal Foslerg sporl' edilor, Arr
DuITy: arl edilor, Ardis McLean: business edilor,
Marylou Rice: adverlising manager, Carol Seiboldq
circulalion manager, Barbara Andress: and exchange
edilors, Alan Jones and Carol Freeman.
The Spring slalif was headed by Rodi Barde as
Edifor-in-Chief assisled by Richard Allan, managing
ediforg Pal Fosler, fealure edifor and Dave Arm-
sfrong, assisfanl' edilor. Boys' sporls was edifed by
Phil Plansky, and girls' spor'l's by Marilyn Faclor. The
business sl'aFF consisled of adverlising manager, Glo-
ria Tallmang business manager, Inge Braun, and cir-
culalion manager, Claire Golffried. Max Gulierrez
was sl'aFF arlisl. Jacquie Lassers and Pal' Paulson were
Ihe exchange edilors.
Row l. Warren Bowden, Jane Hamillon, Hall Bevinglon, Janel Hicks, Charles Barlok, Kalhryn Marcy,
Richard Harringlon, Blossom Wickslrom, Sandy Falconer, Joan Timmer. Row 2. Bill Green, Carlos Carvaial,
Barbara Blair, Alan Jones, Belly Johnson, Nalhan Oliveira, Shirley Helmke, George Jobe, Doris Kern,
Jerry Prager. Row 3. Don Huslon, Reba Veal, Monle Glaser, Caroline Linn, Slan Kane, Dick Keegan, Lois
Tenney, Jon Sullon, Lois Arfslen, George Alelievich.
One of lhe mosl imporlanl' fealures al our rallies
is lhe band. ll also plays al foolball and baslcelball
games, and for R.O.T.C. parades. Always under slu-
denl supervision, lhe band has had as ils leader lhis
lerm Sfan Kane. The number of members in lhe band
varies from lhirly fo forly-five. Al some fulure dale
lhey all hope lo have uniforms. Any person can be-
come a member of lhe band by signing up for if,
and if is helpful buf nol necessary lo possess a lillle
One of lhe chief dufies of lhe orchesfra is lo play
for lhe Spring Concerl, a yearly musical evenl occur-
ing every April. Under lhe direclion of Mr. Knoll,
il also plays al lhe principal's assembly, gradualion,
and all olher assemblies. One may be in lhe orcheslra
even lhough he does nol lake oulside music lessons.
The advanced mixed choir is made up of boys and
girls who have previously laken vocal music, and have
oblained lhe approval of Miss Swanson. Good lenors
are always in demand, and-sfrange, buf lrue-fhe
boys in lhe choir oulnumber lhe girls. The choir is
a cappella llhe members sing wilhoul accompani-
menll, and specializes in religious and folk songs of
all nalions. Al lhe Spring Concerl, assemblies, grad-
ualions, and May Feslivals lhe advanced mixed choir
can be heard.
The girls choral, also under lhe direclion of
Miss Swanson, is anolher advanced group of singers
lhal performs al many of lhe school assemblies.
Row I. Marie Brainerd, Rogene Hollzen, Slephanie Goldsmilh, Joan Goldman, Madeleine Aurade,
Enid Ng, Kleo Aposlolides, Helga Van den Berg, Theresa Leyra. Row 2. Rosalie Kearney, Gloria
Zakarian, Bernila Kenchelian, Muriel Gardner, Anna Kanaway, Juliana Bauer, June Saner, Joan Mayne.
Row 3, Mary Ann Topper, Diane Kisller, Barbara Burke, Beverly Barsamian, Dorolhy Harl, Dolores
Dill, Rosalie Resch, Muriel Townsend. Row 4. Corinne La Blue, Diane Bean, Elsulio Yamamolo,
Evelyn Hinsch, Dorolhy Currin, Carol Hunler, Mary Zikos, Helen Blake, Gloria Boyer,
.4 1 1
Row l. Bebe Bocar, Persis Thau, Mary Alice McMurray, Shirley Reinisch, Julie Benoun, Caroline
I-lerfield, Marion Peeler, Ramona Gardiner, Lorraine Claylon, Nancy Welch, Belly Shaffer, Virginia
Crombie, Lorella Thorne, Hilda Goldsmilh.
Row 2, Mrs, Swanson, Mignon Schussel, Belly Lobree, Elizabelh Simson, Gwen Tucker, Helen Roller,
Marie Arens, Lorella Beckman, Helen Gunderson, Joan Glendening, Colleen O'TooIe, Palricia Denny,
Druscilla Wlnsell, Marilyn Waxman, Celesle Manley.
Row 3. Leonard Armslrong, Arden Rake, Waller Mallhes, Arl Duffy, Jerry Olmslead, Dave Devincenzi,
Neill Gunn, Kirk Conragan, Bernard Sinlon, Slanford Seaman, Marlin Cole, Gilberl Naumann,
John Bullon, Tony Barbera, Phil Plansky.
I Q I
The regislries of George Washinglon High School
play a very imporlanl parl in our school governmenl.
Officers are elecled by popular vole. The presidenl
allends lhe Principal's Cabinel, reporls lo lhe class
inlormalion he has learned al lhe meeling, and pre-
sides when lhe regislry holds eleclions. The vice-
presidenl presides during lhe absence of lhe presi-
denl. The secrelary lakes noles when lhe class holds
meelings. The lreasurer lakes charge ol all financial
business in lhe regislry, such as lhe sale ol sludenl
body cards, banking, and charilable colleclions.There
is also an Eagle represenlalive who collecls money
lor lhe Eagle subscriplions.
The purpose of having regislries is lo give lhe
sludenls lime lo lake care of class and sludenl body
business, and lo be kepl informed ol coming evenls.
lEdilor's Nole-Some regislry numbers are dillerenl
lhis lerm from lhose used lasl lerm.l
GRADUATES FALL '46
Row I. Aldo Casanova, David Arrillaga,
Peler Kerreos, Mill Kaslner, Slephen
Norris, Nalhan Oliveira, Frank Israel,
Row 2. Edmund Wong, Shiro Suenaga,
Jack Goldberg, Earl Saroyan, James
King, Roberl Pearson, Ronald Sadfck,
Row 3. George Furness, Jerrold Rosen-
berg, Leonard Nalov, Gordon Yales.
Row I. Humber? Aslredo, Roberl Galb-
arino, Richard Spargo, Denny Regan,
Row 2. William Sauceda, Melford
Garlenberg, Raymond Pelerson.
Row I. Conslance Wyne, Rulh Murray,
Marian lllers, Maxine Feldslein, Jean
Cunningham, Esfher Cory, Laura Shea.
Row 2. Kafhleen Asano, Anifa Pallon,
Sal Brown, Shirley Newlon, Palricia
Harris, Mary Tosch.
Row 3. Gloria Norguiera, Corinne
Harringlon, Jean OsIrander, Mariorie
Chrisfofferson, Demona Ward, Joan
Row I. Alan Jones, Millun Rhine, Eloyd
Grier, Bill Wilson, John Honlalas, Floyd
Harris, Roberl Duncan, Douglas Rein-
Row 2. Grover Cleveland, William
Goldberg, Alberl Gurewllz, Erhard
Schunemann, Jack Herrgulh, Bruce
Frey, William Sladffeld, Richard Kee-
gan, Roberf Sieker.
Row 3. Viclor Sawdon, Lawrence Lash,
Peler Kerreos, William Klinger, Robert
Row I. Maria Wilson-Walker, Julia
Agusfinovich, Roberla Cohn, Jane
Hamillon, Norma Fisse, Virginia Lewis,
Row 2. Beverly Hillgrove, Anna Marie
Jahn, Gerda Blumenlhal, Joanne Kurel,
Marian Hammer, Jacqueline Kemp.
Row l. Karyl Friedhofer, Helen Valen-
line, Marcae Keefe, Bebe Bocar, Ger-
lrude Bosch, Kay Gerdel, Carol Free-
man, Hilda Goldsmilh, Nadadine Gil-
man, Lorraine Claylon.
Row 2. Rosalie Kearney, Shirley Al-
brecht, Doris Kern, Mariorie Goody,
Barbara Brooker, Dolores Pablo, Carol
Hunler, Dolores Kyle, June Goggin,
Row 3. James Milchell, Kennelh Kna-
nishu, Charles Drocco, Larry Mallal,
Roberl La Vine, Richard Gronberg,
Richard Love, Gerry Griffin, Roberl
Row I. Hanako Ono, Lorella Gee,
Phyllis Thiebaul, Belly Maxwell, Sle-
phanie Goldsmilh, Charlofle Mayer,
Dianne Rowe, Palricia Pickering, Bar-
bara Naumann, Cornelia Norell.
Row 2. Reba Veal, Ann Thomas, Valerie
Podesfa, Loren Yearsley, Zeldene Ber-
ger, Eleanor Loewenlhal, Arlene Yales,
Barbara Marlin, Helen Blake.
Row 3, William Bagol, Werner Ein-
sladler, Bennell Duskin, Daniel Con-
lan, Roberl Baker, Gerald Lundgren,
David Devincenzi, Richard Chesler,
Jack Kirkwood, Jack Barren.
Row I. Lila Friedman, Belly Mailis,
Vivian Daily, Sally Hon, Dorolhy
France, Theresa Hall, Joan Levy, Ei-
leen Kane, Irma Knell, Beverly Jahn.
Row 2. Nick Malve, Lucien Zenlner,
David Cohen, Eleanor Harding, Mary
Ann Bailiff, Marie Bernadou, Barbara
Ryan, John Bullon, Millon Mosk.
Row 3. Earl Rolling, Irving Marble-
slone, Roberl Woodruff, Jerry Unider,
Row l. Fusa Uchilcura, Selsuko Asano,
Ramona Gardiner, Nancy Welch, Ra-
chael Warshavsky, Carole Weingarlen,
Elsuko Doiguchi, Mary Slrlivas, Edylhe
Triger, Joan Rucker.
Row 2. Byron George, Reginald Ehlers,
Palricia Smilh, Gloria Zalmarian, Carol
Seibold, Carol Slelling, Charlolle
Jacques, Robert Friedland, Nicholas
Row 3. Ronald Meyer, Roberl Keropian,
Richard Doyle, Clyde Slelling, Pafrick
Clifford, Bruce Gilbert, Bruce Diefz,
Row. 4. William Dunn, Willam Esser.
Row I. Persis Thau, Eileen Lerer, Ma-
rian Oieda, Ann Pool, Alice Rogers,
Marilyn Goodman, Gloria Tallman,
Row 2. Roberl Brown, Richard Thulin,
John Zilzelsberger, Hal Musin, Richard
Sherer, Ray Pollack.
Row I. Shirley Reinisch, Bonnie Fluill,
Beverly Barsamian, Barbara Devincenzi,
Artemis Angel, Yvonne Levesque, Gi-
rada Barde, Refa Joakimson, Helen
Koshaba, Pafricia Leasure.
Row 2. George Hulchinson, James
Kline, Elizabefh Simson, Verna Buzo-
lich, Joan Maier, Jeanne Klingman,
June Brown, Frank Morimoro, Melvin
Row 3. Maurice Tarrou, Nicholas Pre-
pouses, Roberl Tomlinson, Fred Rohrs,
l 3 ' A
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Row l. May Hamasaki, Joyce Lofy,
Lilian Dimpfl, Vena Sievens, Rulh Ca-
hill, Pairicia O'Conner, Neva Lee Cor-
nish, Bernice Ersepke, Renelfe Abra-
ham, Rosalie Gralnick.
Row 2. Joan King, Jeanne Marsh, Au-
drey Beldon, Adele Rysl, Rena Salvoni,
Barbara McKnigh'l', Barbara Hobbs,
Geraldine Busseau, Beverly Froehlich,
Row 3. George Naganuma, Eugene
Smiih, Richard Lewis, Naihan Roih,
Harold Menzies, Don Mildon, Irvin
Weisser, John Swan, Dale Yasie.
Row I. Naomi Takahashi, Emiko Ha-
rano, Josephine Recca, Saisuki Mo-
chida, Beriik Melikian, Nancy Uhler,
Sueko Tabuchi, Mary Rand, Shirley
Row 2. Gladys Welch, Eleanor Web-
sler, Helen Savy, Janel Weslerfeld,
Hilda Schmidl, Jacqueline Pull, Lillian
Schafer, Geraldine Stevens, June Ry-
Row 3. Fred lsely, Neill Gunn, Roberf
Friedman, Marfin Greenbaum, Bruce
Bernhard, Don Mildon, Irving Krueger,
Roberf Hack, William Hayes.
Row I. Rosalie Scoii, Anna Sarganis,
Connie Navarro, Jane Yim, Cecelia
Rando, Anna Kanaway, Irene Pappas,
Mariko Mochizuki, Doris Smilh, Pairi-
Row 2. Roberi Ryan, Don Ayers, Leo
lsaeif, Barbara Hyman, Norma Helle,
Marie Arens, June Welsh, Anfhony
Barbera, Frank Muscal, Maurice Flanh-
Row 3. Eugene Sasai, Eric Giischel, Ar-
Row l. Belly Cicerone, Jacqueline du
Jardin, Palricia Edwards, Nancy Lough-
lin, Marion Gevirlz, Belly Engelbrechl,
Lorraine Boolh, Leone Helfrich, Evelyn
Tilles, Beclry Benoun.
Row 2, Dolores Slark, Mary Lipscomb,
Harriell Friedling, Sylvia Silverman,
Barbara Allen, Eleanor Held, Rulh
Hildebrand, Gloria Browne, Palricia
Row 3. Richard Herning, Donald Low-
arl, Donald Woebcke, Jack Grossman,
Ralph Jacobson, William Sargis, David
Howell, Slanley Kane, Donald Huslon.
Row 4. Harvey Cranow.
Row I. Dolores Enqelhardl, Caroline
Dewees, Helene Heide, Calherine Hed-
den, Beverly Gliebe, Rulh Hippely,
Lorayne Ausled, Vera Glynn, Dorolhy
Row 2. Bill Friede, Ben Markall, Roberl
Silliman, Carolyn Block, Barbara Bross,
Roberl Haggell, Irving Wasserman,
Row 3. Charles Giggel, Bob Schmilx,
Roberl Morrison, Bud Blumenfeld, Rino
Row I. Mary Alice McMurray, Jewell
Webber, Elaine Milchell, Arlene Gold-
rod, Belly Baerson, Nancy Bohall, Emma
Vallve, Janel Perkins.
Row 2. James Sharpe, Marylyn Rasmus-
sen, Ernie Malhews, Joan Young, Yale
Lyman, Arden Fae Duncan, Roberl
Row 3. Wall Ossenberg, Charles Slan-
ley, Bob Schwarlz.
Row I. June Spelleman, Marilyn Wax-
man, Carmen Ramon, Mariorie Zimel,
Marilyn Schlocker, Ninfa Selva, Muriel
Townsend, Palricia Wilson, Belly Lo-
Row 2. Marcel Derruau, Henry Con-
serva, Kirk Conragan, Ed lsrael, Bryan
Godfrey, Glenn Caro, Gene Sleers.
Row 3. Alan Bonaparl, John Dilg,
Roberl Ehlers, Irving Kipnis, Bill
Degenhardl, Howard Leever.
Row I. Margarel Ruller, Paula Jack-
son, Jacqueline Kingslone, Charlolle
Shapiro, Elisabelh Rich.
Row 2. Elena Popovich, Belly Shaffer,
Bill Bernslein, Joan McLean, Dorolhy
McMiIlian, Barbara Kinney.
Row l, David Cosenza, Joan Corlin,
Janice Slern, Lois Arfslen, Barbara
Andress, Morrie Green, Nell Cody,
Shirley Tralhen, Ella Vallve.
Row 2. Jerry Crumpler, Richard Cow-
den, Leonard James, Cecil Czachow,
Melvin Shafer, Pele Krenkel, Ed Mi-
Row I. Alfrieda Maisin, Elfriede Fricke,
Barbara Kruse, Dolores Leach, Roberla
Honn, Mary Kardell, Carolyn Hafley,
Row 2. Claude Dillmore, Wally Gila
more, Ari Ford, Jack Harrison, Vicfor
Ginsburg, Roberl Asnard, Richard
Groger, Bill Wrighlson, Sian Locke.
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Row I. Helen Chung, Lucille Cohen,
Jean Maisel, Lois Wendroff, Caroline
Linn, Eva Rulh Lee, Jennie Lee, Lily
Row 2. Boris Mikhalkin, Max Slein, Jos-
eph Sharp, Igor Sazevich, Don Warlo,
Al Deckelbaum, Harry Robinson.
Row 3. John Shepherd, Al Smith, Ken
Row I. Clara Saccone, Janice Chavez,
Carmen Kondos, Carolyn Walaschek,
Shirley Messina, Joyce Pelmear, Bar-
Row 2. Michael Deane, Fred Mallhez,
George Williams, Gene Gee, Merion
Spear, Harold Frenzel, Jack Arnold.
Row 3. Gerald Rappoporf, Alberi Siine,
John Quinley, Lloyd Neilson, Bob Kur-
rovich, Richard Svihus, Peler Jackson.
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Row l. Mary Mikami, Olga Davidoff,
Rulh Ann Rosenberg, Grela Gorlin,
Mary Franklin, Doris Saunders, Lillian
Deshaies, Joan Williams, Madeline
Row 2. Ralph Dunn, Barllell Keenan,
Warren Barrle, Dick Hare, Lloyd San-
kowich, Roberl Pelerson, Ernesl Fricke.
Row 3. Don Mildon, John Baranow,
Rcw I. Rogene Hollzen, Evelyn Hinsch,
Eyona Schrader, Ayako Miyazaki,
Elaine Graf, Joan Bard, Nadine Hadley,
Virginia Cofler, Barbara Meyer.
Row 2. Harvey Kaplow, Rulhe Bergson,
Marilyn Peterson, Jackie Chavez, Juli-
ana Bauer, Nancee Uyeda, Yukiii
Hirano, Rose Enomolo, Jack Lipian.
Row 3. Al Schlesinger, Alfred Cafimon,
William Thompson, Gene Engle, Sher-
man Leland, John Miedema, Harold
Row I, Barbara Woolley, Maxine Smilh,
Emily Ganem, Caroline Zipf, Giesela
Frenzel, Donna Nyberg, Ricka Lee
Herzsfein, Diane Garfinkel, Ernee Soll,
Row 2. Roland Bianchi, George Alelie-
vich, Waller Gordon, Roberl Rudee,
Jerry Krueger, John Siacofos, Wayne
Bowker, Gabriel Yoldi.
Row 3. Arlen Bellah, Jim Parnell.
Row l. Lorraine Malnicli, Doris Sher-
man, Beverly Boge, Dolores Richardson,
Hermoine Fosfer, Rosemarie Seaman,
Merrilyn Keeley, Jhan Harlzell, Joy
France, Janef Masfers, Beverly Nalder.
Row 2. Gregory Moiseeff, Avro Aaron,
Lawrence Ross, Robert Leib, Dan
Woodruff, Don Hodson, Monle Glaser,
Row 3. Waller Perry, Harold Muhs,
Anthony Sherman, Ray Tobias, Joseph
Row I. Shirley Newell, Margary Lilly,
Helen Slolxer, Ivy Chan, June Fish,
Inge Braun, Carolyn Pinsler, Virginia
Crombie, Anlica Saroyan.
Row 2. Kenneih Hagemoun, Mariin
Cole, Lavonne Cox, Dorofhy Belden,
Shirley Finnigan, Christine Morpho-
poulos, Thomas Norman, John Gar-
Row 3. Liber? Myers, Joe Yuen, Marvin
Bogdonov, Bill Flickles, Richard Lind-
quisl, Robert Lee, Roberr Logan,
Harvey Malofsky, Roberi Tomax.
Row I. Beverly Meneno, Irene Lerner,
Florence Winsion, Doroihy Provosl,
Jeanne Kirkpalrick, Beverly Bromley,
Margie Tarlin, Jackie Draper, Irma
Ballew, Helen Russell.
Row 2. Marion Peeler, Kleo Aposlolides,
Liqia Viales, Bev McMahan, Alex Ulan,
Irv Rabin, Jacob Arnauioff, Richard
Brodhead, Donald Mills.
Row 3. George Solomon, Roberl Har-
lick, Fred Meyer, Frank Deering, Gene
Row l. Verna Carlsen, Pal Davis, Joy
Spillman, Palricia de Lofy, Ann Enq-
land, Anna Louie, Beverly Molfeni.
Row 2, Arl Michael, Leland Smilh,
William Wagner, Wesley Liflle, Ernesl
Row l. Delores Troup, Joan Doyle,
Gloria Cutler, Nancy Thole, Helen
Bercovich, Barbara Raphael, Mary
Zikos, Lois Schwarh, Diane Schram.
Row 2. Leonard Chaban, Fee Leong,
Raleigh Lillie, Roberl Maynard, Bob
Grenland, Louise Jepperson, Ardis
McLean, Jacquie Lassers.
Row 3, Alberl Caflan, Gary Thornlon,
Donald Krow, Stan Sher, Merv Leib,
Slephen Yuen, Slefan Moses, Alberf
Row l. Rulh Franz, Carol Simon, Muriel
Gardner, Virginia While, Jacqueline
Hawkins, Geri Moskowilz, Ann Bohig-
ian, Susanne Weiss, Aiko Yamamolo.
Row 2. Paul Mohr, Pierre Marelsin,
Pele Ledee, Roberla Jackson, Joyce
Sikes, Bernifa Khenchelian, Dick Myers,
Jimmy Simon, Roberf Mullin.
Row 3. James Jan, Richard Paferson,
Tom Kiyofa, Ar? Smilh, Dan Snyder,
Michael McClelland, Raemond Sam-
mons, Jerome Aronson, Bob Bullon,
Row l, Milfon Kaflen, Ann Angelos,
Barbara Doherry, Marie Douis, Relda
Aidelberg, Cecile Aeberhard, Con-
slance Tuff, Colleen O'Tcole, Joey
Row 2. Roberf Flamme, Harry Weidner,
Waller Stafford, Kennelh Hansen,
George Mainis, Keilh Jones, Jack
Lucey, Don Engelfried, Ed Neel.
Row I.Marlha Anderson, Belle Doscher,
Marilyn Ross, Jacquie Lane, Vivian
Parrino, Maria Georgeades, Elsuko
Mochizuki, Dolores Wilson, Teia Tama-
ras, Pa? Fosler.
Row 2. George Karafsis, Leslie Bandar,
Gilbert Naumann, George Wahl, Cecil
Weinlraub, Gerry Neuhaus.
Row I. Shirley Cliff, Beverly Bouio,
Lucy Kafkas, Kay Marson, Tania Pensky,
Jocelyn Lighler, Vilma Rovelli.
Row 2, Louis Berger, Sefsuko Tanaka,
Elsie Chin, Joan Sears, Evelyn Barber,
Marilyn Facfor, Peler Lai.
Row 3. Don Tipfon, William Wong,
Don Heiman, Maurice Edelsfein, Tom
McCIin1ic, Warren Fierce, George
Row I. Louise Lindsay, Sandra Marks,
Joan Wilkinson, Ann Less, Celesle Man-
ley, Beverly Monlgomery, Ruth Mingsf,
Peqgie McNamee, Helen Landau.
Row 2. Curiis Meier, Bob Knighr,
Eugene Long, Dee Mooney, Emily Mc-
Rowe, Fred Kroln, Maury Koblick,
Row 3. Charles Michels, George Maze,
Bob Maccari, Fred Minkin, Roy
Krzanich, Hollis Locke.
Row I. Suluko Yamasaki, Margene La
Blue, Virginia Walers, Parricia Denny,
Row 2. Roberr Wolters, Jack Yanoff
Row l. Janis Lindenau, Shirley Slack-
fon, Louise Sfelling, Gloria Boyer,
Miriam Schriebman, Doris Soravilla,
Phyllis Souder, Marilyn Chance, Calh-
erine Cary, Nancy Sherrill.
Row 2. Edward Walsh, Raymond Slerl-
inq, Warren Skero, Roberl Sue, Al
Jernakoff, Don Smilh, Palricia Ryan.
Row 3. Francisco Torres, Howard Slark,
Row l. Lorraine Riviello,Joan Richman,
Donna Moore, Elinor Robinson, Mabel
Penningfon, Verna Parks, Janel Polos.
Row 2. William Ostrander, Thompson
Neill, Henry Segrove, Roberta Paslel,
Dorofhy Rogers, Bill Owen, Gary New-
lon, Chapman Riese.
Row I. Lilian Bauer, Beverly Cassidy,
Irene Feves, Joy Blaine, Johanna Car-
son, Joan Crisci, Ardilh Asp, Corinne
Abramson, Jeannelle Anderson, Shirley
Row 2. Charles Caifo, John Munroe,
Lloyd Chase, Russell Bigelow, Julia
Benoun, Gerry Caro, Conslance Allen,
Roberla Colman, Roberf Broune, Ron
Row 3. Peler Belcher, Leonard Arm-
strong, William Abend, Gene Coler,
John Calverf, Roberf Caparell, Bernard
Blumenfhal, Jim Consianline, Donald
Bacci, Tom Cody.
Row I. Vicki George, Beverly Friede,
Pauline Fairhursl, Phyllis Donner, Joan
Ferris, Rulh Faulk, Haiel Foley, Mari-
lyn Drude, Beverly Fine, Mirna Frankel.
Row 2. Slephan Gassman, Dan Kawa-
morila, Ken Foley, Frank Brown, Wal-
son Fearing, Rodney Edwards, Arlhur
Swarfz, Michel Escalle, Tom Fassell.
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Row l. Peggy Hall, Joyce Holbrook,
Dorolhy Green, Jean Hagen, Marion
Green, Birdie Goldman, Elaine Klein,
Row 2. Roberl Horn, Aaron Hirsch,
Max Gulierrez, Bruce Herriges, Ed
Khachadourian, Jim Honfalas, Ronald
Kasabian, Richard Kelly, Dick Rogers.
Row l. Joan Wallach, Margarel Taylor,
Calherine Vaughn, Nina Taranlino,
Alene Vanderveen, Jacquelyn Taylor,
Juanila L'Esperance, Norma Vasquez,
Helen Vidich, Fern Spencer.
Row 2. Slan Smifh, Gerard Thayer,
Michael Tribowilsch, Belly Sussman,
Mariorie Trevers, Vera Vilfz, Mary Ann
Susko, Berlha Snyder, Harold Slein
Row 3. Harvard Lyman, Richard Slam-
polis, Frank Marialegui, Sfan Tornek,
Roberl Thues, Richard Warfield, Tom
Van Voasf, Jesse Levy, Bill Smith,
Row I. Grace Wisnom, Palricia Bridges,
Joann Furman, Georgie Garrison, Pal
Gilkeson, Agnes Gardenal, Marlene
Gold, Louise Gee, Beverly Enfrup,
Row 2. Bob Freis, Bill Corneio, Barbara
Gifford, June Granera, lnge Fried,
Sally Flinn, Judilh Goldberg, Rulh
Gorewilz, Lowell Lindle, Richardo
Row 3. Frank Frizzell, Ralph Boyd,
Carlos Carvaial, David Fisk, Herman
Goldman, Jerry Casfagnello, Bob Gily-
eaf, Pierre Gaslon, Dominic Golelli.
Row I. Vivian McCollum, Palricia
Moyer, Susan Miley, Eslher Mark, Belly
Morelli, Florence Miraglia, Sharon
Meyer, Marilyn McLain, Carole Nyrnan,
Row 2. Joan Mayne, Geraldine Meyer,
Nadine Nalder, Pepila Navarro, Berna
Mendell, Gwynne Nichols, Tish Moyer,
Row 3. Ar? Norwiil, Ernesl Michels,
Joe Oaks, Milfon Melzian, Ray McDon-
ald, Kennelh Morlon, Charles McDan-
iel, Jordan Murad.
Row I. Lola Endresen, Ernesline Fer-
reira, Anna Devincenzi, Jerylee Drake,
Louise de Lolly, Reva Feldman, Su-
sanna Brown, Pal Henry, Shirley Ersk-
ine, Rulh Deshaies.
Row 2. Jerry Fallon, James Friday,
Jim Dunning, Helen Dubacher, Sigrid
Ellison, Norman Eber, Don Dougal,
Robert Devore, Roberl Feiler, Nick
Row 3. Norlon Feldslein, Fred Durell,
Jack Dielz, Harry DeWolf, Waller
Row I. Audrey Sheldon, Marlene Rolh,
Hope Meyerson, Tania Shilling, Frances
Seburn, Norma Smifh, Mary Scholz,
Anne Harley, Gloria Sevilla.
Row Z. Jack Moriquchi, Cecil Ruiz,
Gilberl' Schmilz, Dan Sevilla, Kay
Sandys, Louise Saroyan, Roberf Sles-
nick, Bruce Sanford, Ernesl Runnells,
Row 3. Slanley Ross, Bob Smilh, Ed
Shiman, Donald Savage, Ted Samuel,
Row I. Joanne Lipscomb, Joan Loh-
meyer, Shirley Liff, Shirley Muzio, Al-
berfa Lucia, Virginia Green, Mary Lee,
Joan Lindner, Paula Slern, Pearl Gross-
Row 2, Leon Viking, Aurlhur Maguire,
Sally Maurer, Kathryn Lopeman, Bar-
bara Lucas, Diane Coker, June Anfi-
nolfi, Roberf Stokes, Bob Flanagan,
Row 3. Dick Levy, Kennelh Leweizow,
Kay Low, Gene Maxwell, Don Man-
chesfer, Ray Soufhwell, Ronald Lienau.
Row 4. Kendrick Malfhews, Frank Leo-
neiii, George Malson, Roland Marlin,
Row I. Elhel Zlolkin, Sonia Weiner,
Marlene Wyler, Vereen Dudley, Eleanor
Wylie, Anne Yearsley, Els Yamamolo,
Connie Marucco, Virginia Wells, Wini-
Row Z. Ronald Zimmerman, Weymund
Wong, Ronald Weber, Delores Weni-
ger, Jacqueline Nederland, Joyce Was-
serman, Janice Wafson, Gene Burnell,
John Lord, Rendall Webber.
Row 3. James Wright, Allen Wegner,
Jack Wenzler, David Broun, Ronnie
Woodhill, Bill Young, John Young.
Row I. Jeanne Mason, Janet Hicks,
Shirley Ho, Deanie Heryford, Warwick
Griffin, Jeaneffe Greenberg, Belly Jo
Row 2. Allen Guen, Mike Hughes, Kay
Havenor, Joe Mendez, Irwin Herlihy,
Bob Hyman, Osborne Grimes.
Row l, Shirley Barry, Barbara Barnharl,
Evelyn Bonder, Beverly Davis, Margarel
Barshell, Elaine Blumberq, Marilyn
Backman, Harrie? Abrahams, Elisabeth
Balin, Irene Abboll.
Row 2. Henry Bienenleld, Bob Bailey,
Margie Bergsef, Donna Bone, Belly
Bower, Joyce Abrams, Janice Davidson,
Jaclyn Doane, John Bowman, Charles
Row 3. Roberl Baylor, Allen Barney,
Paul Belsch, Claude Beal.
Row I. Mamie Jackson, Elhel Korel,
Faye Krasow, Bonnie Kelly, Dorolhy
James, Dale Jean Lang, Joyce Kocher,
Norma Hosp, Frances Shields, Jo Jen-
Row 2. Slanley Jaslow, Roberl Lacam-
paqne, Mike Kelly, Ed Jack, Vance
Killinqsworlh, Diane Kisller, Madeline
Aurade, Al Lee, Jack Kronfield, Alan
Row 3. Peler Jacobs, Lee Janover,
Vaughn Janssen, Richard Jackson, Harry
Kennedy, Dick Wahler, Que Jow, Har-
vey Lai, Paul Jang.
Row I. Carmen Carlos, Belly Cowles,
Audrey Cooper, Marlha Collins, Helen
Row 2, Ken Conragan, Frank Cook,
Cecil Brabson, Bob Coulure.
Row 3. Don Fluilr, Robert Bull, Jim
Churchill, Edward Clark.
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Row I. Connie Pashnecoff, Clare Rohrs,
Kafhie Reinherlz, Doreen Palm, Mar-
garel Robbins, Gloria Peck, Leone
Osleyee, Barbara Roloff.
Row 2. Bill Roberfs, Russ Presling, Dale
Randall, Connie Papalias, Mary Lou
Paulsen, LaVerne Robinson, Bill Paler-
son, Paul Pels, Frank Raye.
Row 3. George Yokoi, Allen Rosena
baum, Wallace Poon.
Row I. Barbara Schnurpleil, Claire
Gollfried, Edna Hamberger, Agnes
Leakos, Mary Mimbs.
Row 2. Bruce Campbell, Bob Mahoney,
Richard Dunn, Ray Sullivan, Byron Teel,
Merv Kaplan, Jack Welsh.
Row 3. Tom Robinson, Deidrich Cord-
sen, John Arnaudo, Melvin Feldman,
Ronald Lamberl, Billy Welch.
Row I. Tania Urusoff, Bernice Gimov,
Joanne Cheflero, Molly Shapiro, Shir-
ley Johnson, Francoise Gwarlney, Becky
Morlon, Pal Nelson, Diane O'Brie,
Belly Jean Dickow.
Row 2. Gary Schmitz, Jean Madrieres,
Barbara Boscacci, Carol Fosler, Mary
Lawlon, Claire Donalham, Mary John-
son, Ronald Cole, Edward Henshaw.
Row 3. Dale Parks, Douglas Blair, Mar-
Row I, Diane Peralla, Erroy Capos,
Violel Lifras, Marian Meller, Barbara
Augusline, Helen Demilh, Norma
Bonnemason, Rulh Klein.
Row 2. Dominick Giannini, Frank Evans,
Ronald Pelsinger, Howard Ryan, Don-
ald Nicol, Armand Zimmerlin.
Row 3. Gerhard Lowenlhal, Gunther
Row I. Judilh Sommer, Marie Houn-
Ialas, Ocie Maison, Louise Tompkins,
Margie Willer, Diane Roos, Joan Leach,
Sally Benoun, Adrienne Lichlman,
Row 2. Richard Messing, Phillip Mc-
Daniel, Bill Slevens, Robert Germenis,
Alfredo Copobianco, Roberl King,
Leonard Polonsky, Leonard Rodney.
Row 3. Cecil Haighr, Robert Foley,
Row I. Virginia Hardy, Dorolhy Ford,
Lorraine Bush, Irene Ruslender, Barbara
Rundle, Elizabelh Ingram, Irene Novi-
koff, Yvonne Milkovich, Irene Seuffer.
Row 2. Doris Taylor, Alberl Baaba,
Ed Wiegner, John McKeIvey, Salvador
Salamanca, Melvin Feldman, Dave
Ferranle, Frank Walsh, Anily Alyea.
Row 3. Michael Giannini, Paul Rich-
ardson, William Melcalf.
Row l. Leonora Wills, Zina Karas,
Barbara Pickering, Elhel Sieinberg,
Nancy Douglas, Belly Walaschek,
Phyllis Searle, Ruth Mahany.
Row 2. Ronald Burman, Sanford Schnei-
der, Lou Levy, Don Lekich, Toma Sugi-
oka, Bill Shui, Angelo Baldocchi, Rich-
Row 3. Ernesl Fannin, Gordon Andersen,
George Robinson, Michael Churkin,
Gilbert Hum, Vic Henshaw, George
Row I. Mabel Dahir, Jean Taylor,
Patricia Chew, Dina Gildbourd, Phyllis
Schuman, Myrna Taylor, Renee Couchof,
Arlene Saroyan, Theonie Shephard,
Row 2. Gus Hassapakis, Paul Forkgen,
Roberf Millard, Ronald Fouche, Alan
Weslergard, Aldo DiPasqua, George
O'Connell, lra Tunik, Fred Forsfer,
Row 3. Remo lmbimbo, Jack Morrison,
Anafole Balmy, Alberl Brown, Jack
Larkey, Tom Radke, Ray Johnsen.
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Row I. Lilian Bauer, Margarel Barshell,
Mary Ann Susko, Madeleine Aurade,
Lorraine Claylon, Shirley Newlon,
Shirley Newell, Elixabelh Simson.
Row 2, Dale Randall, June Goggin,
Joan Doyle, Tish Moyer, Joan Mayne,
Diane Kisller, Fred Romagnolo.
Row I. Edward Benedelli, Bud Aslredo,
Roberl Garbarino, Roberl Lee, Douglas
Reinhardf, Edmund Wong, Jerry
Row 2, Kay Havenor, Bob Caparell,
Nick Mafve, Eloyd Grier, Mr. Lapeyri,
Jack Stein, Roberl Slein, Dale Yasle.
Row l. Aaron Hirsch, Edward Israel,
Alan Bonaparf, Arden Fae Duncan,
Charlofle Jacobson, Bill Blair, Bill
Friede, Herman Goldman.
Row 2. Claude Dillmore, William
Abend, George Maison, Slanley Jas-
low, Hugh E. Wire, Richard Harring-
lon, Bruce Harris, Tom Kiyola, Alan
Row I. Phyllis Thiebaut, Evelyn Kletz-
man, Barbara Naumann, Norma Fisse,
Connie Wyne, Barbara Ross, Nancy
Uhler, Natalie Blum, Shirley Moses,
Barbara Spector, Laura Shea.
Row 2. Julia Agustinovich, Beverly
Baroff, Virginia Knapton, Veronica
lvanoff, Eleanor Jackson, Joann Mihol-
ovich, Odelle Joannes, Harriett Fried-
ling, Janice Binder, Roberta Cohn, Ruth
Row 3. Priscilla Small, Lael Wyatt,
Joan Timmer, Jacqueline Kemp, Shirley
Newton, Sharel Cohen, Roberta Par-
sons, Barbara Jean Meyer,Joan Rucker.
Row l. Esther Cory, Jeane Cunningham,
Mary Tosch, Marie Wilson-Walker,
Patricia Harris, Joanne Fitzmier, Phyllis
Bannatyne, Jane Hamilton, Beverly
Row 2. Hisako Yamamoto, Gloria Beas-
ley, Marian Hammer, Corinne Harring-
ton, Barbara Alden, Barbara Baum-
berger, Anna Marie Jahn, Jean Os-
trander, Nancy Loughlin.
Row 3. Beverly Hillgrove, Demona
Ward, Gloria Norguiera, Charlotte
Jacques, Marvia Hilbun, Pat Gillespie,
Mariorie Christotferson, Janet Nye.
Row l. Dick Herning, David Cohen, Lu-
cien Zentner, Milton Mosk, Don Lowart,
Douglas Reinhardt, Victor Sawdon,
Grover Cleveland, Ernest Simon, Bob
LaVine, Bruce Dietz, Eddy Gitschel.
Row 2. Jack Goldberg, Earl Rolling,
Don Huston, Stan Kane, Richard Thulin,
Harold Menzies, Erhard Schunemann,
George Klingner, Bill Stadlfeld, Mel-
ford Gartenberg, Irving Krueger, Nick
Prepouses, Bill Bagot.
Row3.Werner Einstadter, Dave Howell,
Aleck George, Pat Clifford, Fred lsely,
Ken Broadhead, Richard Love, Joe Du-
lik, Bob Friedland, Dave Devincenzi.
Row 4. Reginald Ehlers, Bill Dunn,
George Furness, James King, Gordon
Yates, Dick Lewis, Jack Grossman, Bob
Duncan, Jack Hare, Bill Wilson, Ronald
Sadick, Steve Norris, John Hontalas,
Lawrence Lash, Don Brinckmann, Don
Row I. Carol Hunter, Mariorie Goody,
Shirley Helmke, Kay Marson, Tania
Penslry, Carolyn Hafley, Hilda Schmidt,
Lael Wyatt, Barbara Alden.
Row 2. Barbara Barnharl, Donna Moore,
Barbara Bross, Marian Steineke, Max
Gutierrez, Carlos Carvaial, Ruth
Mingst, Helen Landau, Barbara Jean
Row 3. Harvard Lyman, Jack Lipian,
Walter Matthes, Jack Kronfield, Bill
Fleckles, Jimmy Simon, Cecil Brabson.
Row I. Gilbert Naumann, Virginia
Crombie, Greta Gorlin, Ardis McLean,
Ann England, Louise Lindsay, Barbara
Naumann, Natalie Blum, Kathie Rein-
hertz, Enid Ng.
Row 2. Gabreil Plaa, Pat lchiolla, Rose
Enomota, Marilyn Factor, Reva Feld-
man, Margaret Barshell, Helen Blake,
Beverly Menend, Margary Lilly, George
Row 3, Ernest Friclce, Pat Henry, Bill
Dunn, Bob Schwartz, Elizabeth Balin,
William Abend, Merrilyn Keeley, Elena
Popovich, Mariorie limet, Dick Roe.
Row I. Beverly Froehlich, Rose Eno-
moto, Judith Sterne, Greta Gorlin,
Ardis McLean, Marilyn Factor, Mer-
rilyn Keeley, Margary Lilly, Virginia
Crombie, Kathie Reinhertz, Sue Ta-
Row 2. Barbara Bross, Carolyn Hafley,
Helen Landau, Elaine Klein, Joan
Drew, Marian Steineke, Peqgie Mc-
Namee, Hilda Schmidt, Gina Longo,
Shirley Trathen, Jean Maisel, Ardith
Row 3. Gabreil Plaa, Isaac Israel, Larry
Matial, Leland Smith, Bill Dunn, Dick
Hare, George Solomon, Jack Lipian,
William Abend, Walter Matthes.
Row I. Gene Maxwell, Bruce Harris,
Edward Israel, David Fisk.
Row 2. Richard Harringlon, Stanley
Jaslow, Howard Leever, Fred Esser.
Row I, Elisabefh Rich, Phyllis Donner,
Judifh Slerne, Caroline Linn, Kay
Marson, Hazel Hansen.
Row Z. Palricia Wilson, Peggie
McNamee, Janet Perkins, Mariorie
Goody, Carolyn Hafley.
Row 3. Roberl Ehlers, Ray Niksarian,
Lloyd Chase, Robert Wolters, Charles
Cailo, Melvin Shafer, Yale Lyman.
Row I. Mary Alice McMurray, Judifh
Sierne, Sharel Cohen, Joan Lippman,
Row 2. Barbara Bross, Barbara Andress,
Row l. Barbara Barnharf, Alice Rogers
Ann Pool, Susanne Norlon,June Ryland
Row 2. Lilian Bauer, Joan Lippman
Barbara Hyman, Dale Randall.
Row I. Joyce Wasserman, Gloria Beas-
ley, Mamie Jackson, Helen Calhoun.
Row 2. Marilyn Faclor, Cecil Brabson,
Row l. Becky Benoun, Lilian Dimpfl,
Row Z. Ruth Hildebrand, Berge Me-
likian, Coral Hargens, Arden Fae Dun-
Row l. Jane Hamilfon, Maria Wilson-
Walker, Carol Freeman, Marge Saul,
Phyllis Thiebauf, Janice Binder, Belly
Shaffer, Nalalie Blum.
Row 2. John Dilq, Bob Duncan, Law-
rence Lash, Grover Cleveland.
Row l. Janice Binder, Marge Saul,
Barbara Ross, Jacqueline Kemp, Nara-
Iie Blum, Shirley Newfon, Roberla
Parsons, Geraldine Busseau, Phyllis
Row 2. Beffy Jo Herberfson, Bob
Keropian, Lawrence Lash, Bob Duncan,
Grover Cleveland, Priscilla Small.
Row I. Ronald Zimmerman, Grela
Gorlin, Peggie McNamee, Phyllis Don-
ner, Mariorie Goody, Janice Binder,
Row 2. Bob Skavlan, Millon Mask,
Andy Vanqelafos, Bill Friede, Harvey
Malofsky, Alan Bonaparl.
GK T IQEE
Past and Future
Name Clubs - Officers Prophecy
GAA. CSF, svn. adv.
Pan-Anivrivan Clnh, GAA, svn. adv.
GAA pres., Block "ll"', svn. adv.
Sen. adv., GAA
GAA, svn. adv., Pan-American Cluh, Masque 8 Gavel,
Sec. of lllll, II11, GAA, CSF, GSS, svn. adv., nrin.
cali., rally mmm., danvc comm., vicv-pros. of Student
Svn. adv., Ili-Y
GAA, svn. adv.
llll, Halivr Cluh, danvv A rally vmnm., svn.
adv., Fluml Arts Ulnli
GAA, Svn. adv.
Mntiun Picture Prujvcturs Club
N-n. adv., rally comm., dance comin.
GAA, svn. aflv.
1'rvs. tif GAA, svn, adv.
liaskvtliall, Eagle Sorivty
Eagle Society, svn. adv., ltlll Basket
lllll virv-prvs., radin lwnaflvasti-'I'
mn. adv., GSS, rally vmnm., nrin. v-di v'ii'v-ni-i-s
dt lllll llll
Ll! prvs., trvzls, dt' Stndvnt ltmly, Eaglln- Suvii-ty
lllnvlt "ll"', Cainvra Fliill, lluniv
Janis, svn. adv.
prvs. of L12 class, GAA, svn. adv
GAA, svn. adv.
Enjoying home life.
Mrs. Bruce Frey.
Singing radio commercials.
llahlando el espanol muy bien.
Sitting in the Crow's Nest.
Feeding the seals at the zoo.
Admiring her sport trophies.
Strolling through art galleries.
Working on the stage crew at RKO Studios.
Still as sweet and intelligent as ever.
Having tea and crumpets at Iour o'clock.
Still trying to get his car fixed. I
Coaching football for Harvard.
Teaching his wife how to pronounce his name.
Getting enough courage to live up to his name.
Will be a second Lillian Russell.
Will be the 43rd president of the United States.
"ln the shade of the old apple tree."
Trying to get his tickets to go East.
Instead of embroidering for her hope chest she'II be knitting tiny
Wondering what to do.
Waiting for his discharge to come through.
Still trying to see how many she can get.
Well-known Sea Scout master.
Will he married to Maria and have another ski lumper in the family.
Milking cows on the farm.
Laughing at her picture in this book.
Taking care of his red headed twins.
ln the middle of his harem of bees.
Showing off his marine medals to anyone who will take a look.
Still selling Eagles tdoor to doori.
Playing piano for corned beef and cabbage at 0'Toole's.
Gym teacher at Washington.
Leaving college one step ahead of his brother.
William Shakespeare ll.
Will be ten years older.
Robin llood's playmate.
Crowding Joe Di Maggio.
will he an "unbearable" attorney.
Keeping up her good record.
Wondering if he shouIdn't cut his name down to the first three letters.
Still realizing how useful her name is.
Putting light bulbs in street lamp posts, without a ladder, of course!!
"ParIez vous-ing French ma petite."
Still showing off his green sweater.
Selling toothpaste-a la Bob Hope.
Still shovelinu-tditches of coursel!!?J
Knocking 'em dead on Market street.
Setting new hair styles for future Washingtonian girls.
Finally accomplishing the game of Pedro, after playing it for years.
We can't begin to tell you.
JAHN, ANNA MARIE
KLI NGER, WILLIAM
PETERSON, RAY l
Clubs - Officers
II12 pres., Eagle Society
Dance band leader
Dance comm., sen. adv.
H12 treas., nrin. cab., Saber Club, ROTC officer,
Rally comm., sen. adv., Chess Club Composers Club,
Eagle Society, pres. of L10, Illll, Lll, Student Body
treas., Student Body pres.
Jams, llome Arts, GSS, GAA, sen. adv.
GAA, Block "W", GSS, sen. adv.
GAA, Sen. adv.
GAA, sen, adv.
H12 vice-pres., GAA, Block "W", dance comm., Home
Arts Club I'-u -American Club, GSS
. , . 1
GAA, sen. adv.
'l'ri-Y, Masque X: Gavel, GAA
GAA, Block "ll"', dance comm., sen, adv., GSS.
Camera and Saber Clubs, motion picture operator.
Saber Club, sen, adv.
Pres. of CSF, Eagle Society
Pres. of GSS, Sen. adv., radio announcer, Masque dc
L12, sec.. GAA, Block "ll"', sen. adv.
Head yell leader, pres. of Eagle Society.
Sen. adv. , GAA.
Rally comm., sen. adv., prin. cab.
Sen. adv., French Club, GAA
Stage crew, radio tech.
Vice-pres. of H11, sec. of L12,
sen. adv., CSF.
GSS, Block "IV",
Renting bicycles at the beach.
Reminiscing about her days at George Washington.
Still begging Miss Kirwin to let him on the senior list.
Huggin' and a' chaIkin'.
Some day he'II come along.
Playing the accordion at weddings in North Beach.
Ushering at the Curran.
Being another Errol Flynn.
Finally has his own band, after ten years of trying.
Sittin' and rockin'.
On the road to becoming another John D. Rockefeller.
Wishing she were back home.
Leading the Salvation Army Band.
Miss America of 1957.
Still seeing stardust with Gloria.
Singing light opera at the Curran.
Manager of the Alexandria.
Taking the place of the lady on top ol the fun-house at the beach.
Sitting on the boss's knee.
Coming back to Washington to haunt the kids as a teacher.
Mowing the front lawn for his cute little wife.
Happily MARRIED to Bev.
Golly Moses! ! l
Still deciding her future? '! 7
Parking cars in Union Square.
Divorcing her hfth.
Still wondering why she was skipped when the prophecies were written.
To Mexico on his boat.
Looking for a iob.
ln business for herself.
Well on the way to a good career.
With two tied to her apron strings.
Being a wolf to make up for his shyness during school daze.
Just contented on a farm - huh Ray!
Wondering if she should have taken the rows so young.
Admiring her home with Jack.
lloplng his first name will get him far lin the musicians' world, of
Will be looking into your eyes! wptometrist, of coursei.
Still buying and selling cars.
Trying to do all the Dean's work at college.
Constantly leaving the keys in the car iso he doesn't have to waste
Flying high tin a helicopterl.
Filling prescriptions in a neighborhood drug store.
Waiting back stage for Joe Louis.
Admlring her name in lights on Broadway.
Collecting tolls on Golden Gate Bridge.
Directing street trallic.
M.D. tmedical doctor, or-is it mechanical drawer??'!J.
Showing off his clothes at University.
Only woman basketball star.
Oh no, not that, BlII!l!?'!
Entering In pie eating contests.
Fllibustering in the Senate.
Applying all those lessons he learned in cooking.
Future glamour glrllll?'!1
Still keeping the girls happy thy commuting week-endsl.
Selling Fuller brushes.
Selling vacuum cleaners.
Operating a motorcycle service-unless Nlckies got him.
Running for Mayor of Los Angeles.
Blowing up the lah at J. C.
Married to an Eskimo.
Still Joan Timmer.
will be a professional sun-bother.
Mrs. Robert Duncan.
Social welfare worker.
Shaving - at last!
Owning a radio repair shop.
Partner with Eddie.
WYN E, CONSTANCE
Clubs - Officers
GAA, sen. adv.
GAA, Mike Masrurers
Sen. ldv., Tri-Y
ASAND. SETSU KO
BAILIFF, MARY ANN
GAA, son. adv.
Dance baud, sr-u. adv.
Eagle Co-Editor, Editor-in-Chi:-l', sen. adv., GAA
Surveyor Adv, Mgr., Masque A Gavel
GAA, Block W, sen. adv.
Floral Arts Club
H11 class pres., Eagles,
Un her way to Reno.
Banging away at a typewriter.
Drawing cartoons of her husband.
Holding down the patients in the dentlst's chair.
Decorating the covers of Vogue, Glamour, and True Confessions.
Disappointed that she didn't live up to her name.
Keeping her friends in stitches.
Giving her children pointers on how to get A's in Spanish.
Pulling out the gray hairs resulting from being on the Senior Day
committee 'way back in '47.
Taking swimming honors throughout the world.
Replacing Tommy Dorsey.
Will have knocked 'em dead at Stanford.
llave black hair.
Taking over for Perry, Frankie, Dick, and Bing.
Editing the New York Times.
Selling advertising for Foster and Kleiser.
Singing with Gerry Samuels' band.
Designing the clothes for America's ten best-dressed women.
Holding the women's tennis championship.
sen. adv., Ili-Y, track K
130 and varsity basketball tearns
GAA, Block W, sen. adv., GSS
Still Ioating in Mexico and taking senioritas riding in TNE car.
Still taking 'em all over the court.
A professor-ess at U. O.
Playing the piccolo in the band concerts at Golden Gate Park every
Surveyor editor. GSS, Tri-Y, GAA, Block W, sen. adv.,
Quill 8: Scroll
Star reporter for the San Jose Mercury-Herald.
Student body vice-pres., ll11 vice-pres., GSS, GAA,
CORNISH, NEVA LEE
DU JARDIN, JACQUELINE
GAA, Tri-Y, Caruera Club, CSF, l'rincirial's Cabinet
'l'vi-Y, GAA, CSF
Varsity football team
Library staff, GAA
Custodian of Student Body, Eagle Society, sen. adv.,
I'rincipal's Cabinet, finance conun,, football teanr
Sec. of L-11, sec. ut' student body, Tri-Y
GTS, GAA, vice-pres. of .lr. Ili-rl Cross Coun., sen.
Exec, court., l.-10, ll-ll, soc. of l'an-American
Club, GAA, ltr-d Cross, ticket seller
Trl-Y, dance ronun., llv-ll Cross, nriu. cab.
'l'ri-Y, GAA, sen. adv.
Sen. adv., GAA, 'Fri-Y
Student Body athletic mgr., Eagle Society, dance
cnrnni,, rally comm., finance rornni., sen. adv.
GAA, yell leader, sen. adv., Floral Arts Club,
Creative Arts Club
0u 110, 120, 130 basketball teams
lin Eagle and Surveyor Staff, baseball team
L-10, L-11, exec. coun., Block "XY", GAA, Tri-Y
lli-Y, 110 basketball, varsity baseball
Student Conn., sen. adv., Eagles, Saber Club
Will marry a Mr. Gun and be known as "Bebe Gun".
Still working at Metropolitan Lite.
Still happily married to her mortician.
Laughing at people who try to pronounce his name.
Top Seroeant in the Army.
Member of the Ray White Basketball Team.
Sharpening pencils for her mechanical-drawing husband.
Working hard on the comptometer.
Still buddies with Pat Smith.
Still stacking B-B's.
Head librarian at the chiIdren's room of the Main Library.
llonor student at modeling school in L. A.
Another James Thurber.
Store detective at I. Magnin's.
Married to her bartender in Seattle.
Will have been retired since he was 21.
Teaching judo at the Walt Babtiste Studio.
Admiral in the Naval Reserve.
Selling popcorn and peanuts at Kezar Stadium. Gust couldn't stay
away from the football gamesli
Shooting it out with Dick Tracy.
Will still be seeing through people as an X-Ray Technician.
Stlill saying he'll give his red car a new paint job in a different
Teacher at St. Ignatius.
Will be talking a little faster. fMayhe?J
Still be getting blonder.
Leading two on at the same time.
A famous lawyer. Another Jerry Geisler.
Substituting for Red Skelton's "Clem Kadidilhopper".
President of the Crittenden Foundationl
Giving lessons in harp playing to her oflspring.
Starring in his new television show "The Laugh".
Owner of the roller skating "rink up the river".
Still goin' steady with Stan and Phil.
Star on Broadway.
Mr. Fagins' successor as head of the Athletic Dept.
Entertaining at Russian River.
Living in Monterey because the weather there suits her better.
Seeing the world via the Merchant Marine,
Thinks he's getting better looking every year.
Chronicle Sports Editor.
Married to a Millionaire.
Appearing regularly on "Information PIease".
While pursuing his favorite sport of hunting, he caught a woman!
Secretary at Mildon, lnc.
Holder of the national championship for speed skating.
Mystery man-no name in the oltice tlles.
Penniless after framing all her "A" report cards.
Name Clubs - Officers Prophecy
HAHN, MARY LOU
LA VINE, ROBERT
Block "II" ', 'l'ri-Y
n Picture I'rojector's Club
Club, Rifle team
Society, rally comin., ticket seller
comm., S0ll. adv.
sen, adv., French Club. Pan-American Club,
Sen. adv., GAA
Sen. adv., baseball team
Lltl vice-pres., GAA, Camera Club, Tri-Y, Red Cross
H12 treas., sen. adv.
Eagle Society, sen. adv., rifle, football teams
GAA, sen. adv.
GSS, Tri-Y, GAA, CSF, Masque 8: Gavel, Candidate
Club, sen. adv.
GAA, sen. adv.
L12 reg. pres.. nrin. cab., sen. adv.
GAA. sen. adv., Music Club
Eagle Society, reg. pres.. chairman of sen. adv.
Sen. adv., Ili-Y
Sen. adv., Tri-Y, GAA
Sen. adv., tennis team
GAA, sen. adv.
Sen. adv., prin. cab.
Floral Arts Club
Tri-Y, sen, adv.
GSS, GAA, Block "W", pres. of sen. adv.. CSF
L10 pres., custodian of Student Body. Projector's
Club, Saber Club, Ititle team
Creative Arts Club
Sen. adv., GAA
L10, llll sec., Tri-Y, Latin Club, GAA, sen. adv.
GAA, Block "W"
Yell leader, dance comm., rally comm., All-City
Basketball, All-City Track
GAA, pres. of Block "W", sen. adv.
Sec. of Ill2, Tri-Y
CSF, Music Club
Saber Club, Camera Club
GAA. Sen. adv.
Tri-Y, GAA, Still. adv.,
Lll, L12 class pres.,
Society, Saber Club
Saber Club, sen. adv.
Student Body treus., Eagle
GAA, Block "W", sen. adv.
Student Body pres., Eagle Society, iii-Y, sen. adv.
Red Cross, Creative Arts Club
Learned a magic of making himself disappear, and has not been
heard of since.
Finally learning that the name of his alma mater IS not spelled
Teaching her children that "Biloxi" drawl.
A costume designer of world renown.
Up in the air after graduating from llying school.
Taking the place of Digby 0'DeII, the friendly undertaker.
A "little corporal" in the U. S. Army.
Still trying to get his cartoons printed in the SURVEYOR.
Major Barbara the second of the Salvation Army.
Another one of those record hounds.
Operating a laundry at Yosemite.
In retirement after having been Reg treasurer three times.
Part owner of Fairfax.
Giving the kids at Rossi Playground pointers on baseball techniques.
Posing for Murine with those big blue eyes.
Still doing stretching exercises.
Collecting souvenirs from points ol interest all over the world.
A beach comber in Alaska tthat's what he saysll.
General of the armed forces.
Photographer's model-when she's not playing poker.
Secretary to the boss.
Dreaming about his wealthy days as high senior treasurer.
Manager for "All-American Stumes".
Jobbing hub caps for his Ford.
Post-graduate at Samuel Gompers.
Playing second base for the San Francisco Seals.
Tumbling for Barnum and Bailey.
Ten years older.
Serving a term in jail for collecting menus.
Buried alive under all her snapshots.
Powers model-in a red suit.
Trying to avoid stenographer's spread.
Playing for Detroit Tigers in place of Hank Greenberg.
Startling the outside world with her white glasses.
Owning a cabinet shop.
Professional drummer and ping pong player.
ln the hospital-as a nurse!
Will have a man ln every port of Europe.
A millionaire playboy-thanks to "Rasta la Vista".
Laboratory technician at the Mayo Clinic.
Living in a little white house in Davis.
Living happily in Hawaii.
Stulling nickels in the jukebox at her father's creamery.
Finally graduating from Cal.
Running your corner drugstore.
Trimming windows at Maison Mendesolle.
If we knew, we'd tell you!
Still trying to pass his engineering exams at U. C.
Bouncer at "Coffee Dan's".
Burning all the home-permanent factories.
Paperlng her room with her picture collection.
Another Jones in the phone book.
Drawing illustrations for the cover of the Saturday Evening Post.
Staying in solitary confinement for disturbintl the peace.
Designing dream houses.
Stlll trying to talk louder.
Departed to Germany to play "that" music.
Opening a printing corporation to publish her book of poems.
Having her hands full with housework.
Wearing red-she heard it attracts members of the opposite sex.
Model housekeeper of 1957.
Owning a chain of restaurants.
Raising All-American football players.
Founder of the Kane "Keep 'Em Guessing" School.
Giving his medical patients relapses by playing that hot clarinet.
A hairdresser at Charles of the Ritz.
Still having people lisp when they say her name.
Looking at her memory book of George Washington High.
Running an enchilada stand at the beach.
Replacing Miss Forcade.
Polishing her white bucks.
Owning a service station.
Settling down to a nice guiet life.
Playing in the New York Philharmonic.
Un the Shamrock Ice Hockey Team.
Taking dictation from the Mayor.
A cute little housewife.
A junior at Chico State.
At work-just loving it.
Midget auto racer.
Operating a "ham" station with assistance from Al.
Happily married to a certain basketball player.
Raking in money for the U. S. Government.
Graduating from Munson's.
Designing bigger, better, and faster airplanes.
Calling himself "Saint Nicholas" and climbing down chimneys
during the Christmas season.
Driving I 1947 Willys!
Posing for "Have more beautiful and longer hair" ads.
Selling cokes at a soda fountain.
1957: a good man, as he was ten years before.
Still organizing clubs.
An Arthur Murray dance instructor.
ROTH, NATHAN '
Clubs - Officers
GAA, GSS, dance 1-iuuui.
lli-Y, Eagle Suriv-ty, football tvanis
Sr-in vita--nrt-s., ldairlv Suvivty, sun. ruby, basketball
lli-Y, CSF, ext-it cunn., class vir'r--pri-s.
Tri-Y, svn. adv., GAA
GAA, Blur-k "ll"'
Sr-n. adv., Frerrvb Club, Illusir Club
Eagle Cn-editor, prin. cab., 'l'ri-Y, sun. adv., dznivr'
r'unin1., Surveyor Art Editor
Sen, adv., radio staff
1.11, H11 vice-pres., Tri-Y, sen. adv., darrvv vunun.
GSS, Floral Arts Club
Varsity football, baseball tvams
liitl basketball team
Prin. cab., 130 baslu-tball tr-ani
lfill basketball team
lknnd and stamp vumm., svn. adv.
lllli class sec., GSS, GAA, sr-n. adv.
GAA, Block "IV", GSS, son. adv.
Son. adv., Camera Club
GSS, st-n. adv.
Sec. of GAA, historian of G.AA, nrt-s. of GSS,
GAA, sen. adv.
Baseball and sru'r'ur teams
Creative Arts Club
GAA, lllnek "W", fSec'.l, sen, adv.
H10 class pres., Eagle Society
Class vice-pres., GAA
Creative Arts Club, GSS
130 basketball team
GAA, sen. adv.
Eagle Society, lli-Y, sen. adv., football tram
L12 class council, lll2 class vice-pri-s., Rod Cross,
GAA, GSS, Block HW"
GAA, Creative Arts Club
Sen. adv., nrin. cab.
Block "W", sen. adv., GAA, program comm.
GAA, Block "W", sen. adv.
Sen. adv., GAA
H12 student couu., Tri-Y, sou. adv., Eagle Adv.
Mngr., Surveyor Bus. Mngr.
Sec. of GAA, GSS, Block "W", GAA
Sen. adv.. GAA, Music Club
Masque H Gavel, radio comm.
Prin. cab., sen. adv.
GAA, sen. adv.
Saber Club, Hi-Y
A Phi Beta Kappa at Cal.
Still collecting records.
A miniature dental assistant.
Lying in the sun-the energetic type you know.
Playing basketball for the Globe Trotters.
Filibustering in the Senate because of his fluent speech.
Stage manager of the Opera House.
Professor of law at llarvard.
Modeling for the "you too can have a beautiful smile" ads.
President for the Society for the prevention of cruelty to men.
Outliving his nickname "Marblehead" bestowed by Miss Klrwln
llen-medic at the Mayo Clinic.
Still struggling to get her B.A. degree from Stanford.
Kicking up her heels in a Broadway musical.
Announcing for the early morning soap-operas.
Picture of him in every rogues' gallery in the country.
A mermaid teaching little flshies how to swim.
Will still look like Hedy Lamarr with her hair-do.
Star of the radio program "The Whlstler".
Still running hack and forth between S.F. and Fresno.
Playing football for the 49'ers.
Will still be driving the Chryslers he sells.
Professional basketball player.
llappily married to his secretary.
Teaching young athletes how to play better basketball.
Dividing his time between Bernice and mechanical drawing.
Telling the girls from "Pres" all the dlrt about Washingtor
An expert KP in the Army.
Giving lectures on "How to catch a man".
Still pumping away at the old church organ.
Still breaking hearts right and left.
Famous rare-coin collector.
Prominent businessman ln Los Angeles.
Drawing cartoons at Walt Dlsney's tand this one's truell.
Still clowning around.
Technician at Union Sguare Garage.
Looking for a crossword puzzle good enough to stump him.
Head nurse at Mount Zion llospital.
Still wearing her life-membership CSF pin.
Still eating banana splits, caramel sundaes, and chocolate candy!
Still a gentleman.
Skating with the Ice Follies.
Succeeded Miss Jackson and is now helping other GSS presidents.
Is now in Europe, studying art.
Replaced Schaparelli in the designing fleld.
Made headlines when she blew up the chem. lab land herselfll.
Made the major leagues in baseball.
Fulfllled her dream of traveling when she married a traveling
Will he happily married to a Guatemalan and Ilvlng in Latin
Modeling fur coats in the summer and bathing sults ln the winter.
Doing something sensible. lShe asked for itll.
Stenograllher and married to her boss.
Still nursing his "big toe" after having played on the GW lllgl
The all-nlght disc jockey for station KJBS.
Professor of Greek at USF.
Teaching little kiddies their ABC's.
Running a prosperous hardware business.
Giving exhibitions at "SkateIand."
A dancing and singing star on Broadway.
Wearing a loud plaid jacket.
Owning an antique shop.
A bareback rider in the circus.
Sitting on the floor in room 128.
Smashing atoms and writing chemistry books.
Will draft the plans for the new Lowell.
Will be manufacturing "roller" skates.
Will still be rolling.
Will have earned the title of "Crockpot inventor" for his numerous
Giving out free houses for parties.
Will be secretary of some large flrm.
Will be teaching her children the easy way to learn Spanish.
Director at the Library of Congress.
Will have put his Olympic Club practice to use and be swlmmlng
the Golden Gate.
Wlll be drawing cartoons for Walt Disney company.
Head model at the National Dollar Store.
Starring in the Ice Follies.
Teaching little chlldren to dance.
Owner of a grocery store.
A big Importer.
Still driving the neighbors nuts with her accordion.
Trying to decide on either Cal or State twoman's privilege to change
Winning all the cups at Tanforan.
Still as lovely as ever lguess who wrote thIs?b.
Givlnll advice to a future GAA secretary.
Opening a museum containing all the souvenirs he has collected.
Leading "Alexander's Ragtime Band". '
Remembering her days as a "patient" in home-nursing class.
Recording for RCA Victor.
Outstanding actor on "Portia Faces Life".
Mascot at the llre statlon.
Will be lost without Irma Knell.
Living down his role as Saint Patrick.
Stlll buddies with Marian Brown.
Married-anything to change her name!
A model for "Grin and Bear lt".
Celebrating her 10th anniversary.
TOMLINSON , ROBERT
Clubs - Officers
L12 vic'v-mos., GAA, svn. :ldv
GAA, Block "W"
Son. adv., Block "W", GAA
Student Body sec., H12 sllulvnt colin., GSS, irons.
svn. adv., Block "W", GAA, Eagle Editor-in-I'l1ief,
CSF, Quill S: Scroll, dance Ki rally comm.
L12 stud:-nt cnun., 1l12 class pri-s., Eagle Society,
USF, Band, nrin. rail.
L12 class sec., GAA
llvrl Cross, GAA
GAA pres., vice-pres. GSS,
Track teaun, Eagle Stall
Practically applying her home-economics lessons.
Owner of "Honest Clyde's Used-Car Lot".
Calming fevered brows at Children's Hospital.
Referee of the Lowell-Washington football game.
Architect for the 103-story building ercted in San Francisco.
President of "My Name is a Poem Club".
Breaking the world's speed record in typing.
Is celebrating 'cuz she finally hit ive feet.
Trying to forget "Caldonia" and the Eagle ads.
Seeing the world in his bell bottom trousers.
I5 the first and only female player for the Seals.
"Persis and ber Magic Violin" now have a place of their own in
the radio world.
Knocking otl a novel in her spare time as a housewife.
Shortstop on a softball team.
Replacing Robert Sproul as president of U. C.
will have replaced Jo Stafford.
Still building model airplanes fNo, not his second childhood--just
Owning a big business of his own.
New working as a lab technician at the U. C. Hospital.
will have taken over the operations of the NB Dept. Store.
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110 lmskeilmll tmini
'Picket seller, Tri-Y, llllllft' cmmn,, svn. avlv.
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Sen. adv., 130 baskctlmll lomn, truck team
Stage crew, stage elvctriciaui, soccer lr-am
Football, track tennis
Going steady with the Pres. of the United States.
Haunting the various editorial rooms of the city.
Another Agnes Moorehead of the stage and screen.
Will be managing famous actress, Helen Valentine.
A mathematical whiz at U.C.
Will take Kate 5mith's place on the radio.
Block-printing the wedding and engagement announcements of her
Still playing cupid for her friends.
Still iigging-Lowell style.
Typing personal letters on her boss's time.
Bootlegger in H202. Her slogan-"U-2 can have blond hair".
Starting a nursery school with her six kids as enrollees.
Posing for shampoo ads.
Part-owner of a theater with .lim Mitchell.
Thinking of the time he was the only boy in a shorthand class of
Coaching a basketball team at the playground.
Mr. Anthony's substitute.
Captain and chief-electrician of his own yacht.
P.E. teacher at Washington.
"Waterboy" for the S.F.J.C. football team.
Happily married, with nine kids.
Professor of Judo at U. C.
Famous collector of classical records-including versions of "Open
the Door, Richard".
Finally broke down and bought himself a pair of glasses.
THE GEARY DRUG CO.
M. N. BASKIN, Propriefor
l8TH AVENUE 8: GEARY BLVD.
Phone SKyIine 4539 San Francisco, Calif.
ZAGK RADIO SUPPLY 00.
Phone: MA. 1426 1426 Market' St.
COM PLIMENTS OF
THE DONUT BOWL
ron-I Avenue Ano oeanv ocvo.
EM BLEATRQSIENT C0
1251 MARKET STREET
San Francisco. Calif.
5809 GEARY BLVD.
CALL AND DELIVERY SERVICE
All Work Guaranfeed
I2 to 24 Hour
3 to 4 Day
Bea Gay Dog . .
x'D K 2,3
7 "If I , WP I
1 I' or
9 A P
f I 3
IN AUTHENTIC COSTUMES
GOLDSTEIN 81 CO.
MARKET STREET O GAr'ieId
COLISEUM SHOE STORE
642 CLEMENT STREET
Phone BAyview 3983 San Francisco
BaIboa's 5 8110: Sfore
The Sfore Thaf Has
3615 Balboa Sf. San Francisco
The Besf in
Meais, Poulfry, Fruifs and Vegefables
5841 GEARY ST. NEAR 23RD AVENUE
C. F. MINCHIN, PH. 81 G.
3600 Balboa SI. a'l' 37I'h Ave.
Phone SKyIine I82B San Francisco
KINGS SPORTING GOODS
6300 GEARY BLVD.. COR. 27TH AVE.
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF.
Resfrung, Repaired and Renfed
SKyIine I520 Service and Qualify
WALTER FRANKLIN, Propriefor
3300 BALBOA ST. AT 34TH AVE.
HALCO LIGHT COMPANY
"From Facfory fo You"
LEONARD M. COLVIN
PHONE EX. 0664 734 MISSION ST.
N O T T Y ' S
ICE CREAM AND CANDY
2037 Balboa SI. EVergreen 9832
IOITIED UNDII AUIMOIIIY Ol YN! COCA-COLA COMPANY IV
The Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
San Francisco, Calif.
"The Trend Is Toward The Trained"
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
VAN Ness G+ Posr STREET - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
OAKLAND 0 SAN JOSE 0 SACRAMENTO
For a Job after Graduation
fhink of fhe
I-lere's a business Tha? offers many oppor-
Tunifies To ambifious young women ....
. . . lnferesfing, sfeady work af good pay. ..
. . . A chance To advance in a company
wiflw which you'H be proud fo be associafed.
Come in and falk H' over any week day from
9 A.M. fo 4 P.M.
x I' 44
l40 New Mon+gomery S+ree'r gk mi' 'E
or 2272 Mission S1'ree+ 2-7-if
1' rqlruons l-Its.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND
Picfured here are Lorraine Boolh, Joyce Lofy, Belly Lou Shepherd and Dorofhy France.
Congra+uIa'fions and besl wishes fo you
for every success in fhe fufurel
If a career in business is your choice, The
Mehopolilan Life Insurance Company
has many advanfages lo offer you. Why
noi' ask any of 'rhese four of your George
Washing+on High associales, shown al'
work in our organiza+ion, of lheir experi-
ences as employees?
Office hours are 8:30 'Io 5:00, Monday
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
600 STOCKTON STREET
SAN FRANCISCO 20, CALIFORNIA
37TH 81 BALBOA MARKET
Choice Qualify Meals
SKyIine 7300 f-FS 5:
Y j I
360I BALBOA ST. SAN FRANCISCO
T H E B O O K C A S E
Under New Managemenl'
GIFTS-STATIONERY-TOYS SHREVE TREAT 5 EACRET
"Greefing Cards for all Occasions"
3608 Balboa S'l'. Phone BAyview 8649 RETAIL
HOUSE OF FLOWERS
"Flowers for all Occasions"
CORSAGES A SPECIALTY
6040 Geary near 25lh Avenue
Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere
BLUE PIRD SHOPPE Prescripfion Druggisfs
Juvenile and Women's
WEARING APPAREL 4056 BALBOA STREET AT 42ND AVE.
3604 BALBOA ST. BAyview 67II San Francisco
WALTER KAHN Phone BAyview 0922
GOLDEN GATE CLEANERS
"The Finesf in Complefe
ONE DAY COMPLETE SERVICE
2650 Balboa Sl., cor. 28lh Ave.
Tha+'s Dick looking inienlly al a record album,
while Dave and Barbara are making eyes a+ each
olher over a Perry Como Album in
Western Radio and Record Shop
3619 BALBOA STREET near 37TH AVENUE
PRINTING CO., INC.
329 Minno Sfreef Phone
SKyline 9 I 09
CONFECTIONERS 0 RESTAURANT
BAKERY 0 CATERING
950 CLEMENT STREET
Telephone UNderhill 3667
3384 SIXTEENTH ST. SAN FRANCISCO
r ,f -
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-'e A 7' 'LTL N ai f f "
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...rx " ' : lf . ' -351 ff -, X V , - '
I 57 lf ' ,U-
. . . wherejames Marshall
found the gold Hakes that
started the greatugold-
rush" to California.
Visit the Wells Fargo
Historical Collection, Market
and Montgomery Streets.
Wells Fargo Bank
s. umon rnusr co.
SAN FRANCISCO - 20
Extabli.vlJed1852 Member F.D.I.C.
, FOR DISTINCTIVE
, f Q.
CORSAGES AND FLOWERS
' f f , 90dedmdQ
Q 224 Granl Avenue and in lhe Fairmonl Holel
S fha X
C0TT9N I Phone: SUIl'er 6200
veuow 1.1 Z
'Hiro I5-I Z
f X '
mnunoabsks PROMPTLY FILLED PURTRNTS 'N THIS "5URVEY0R"
"When You Say Milk - Say BY
1675 HOWARD STREET J' H 9 D O R T Y
San Francisco, Calif.
soo CLEMENT sr. con. 9TH Ave. I
Louis WEIMAN. Ph. es. -
DRUEHL DRUG CO.
ULTRA VIOLET LIPSTICK AND
Phone BAyview 3919 San Franclsc
177 POST STREET
sLEcTmcAL Hnnwns AND ,hone sum 80,
PLUMBING SUPPLIES SU'l"l'er 1542 San Francisco
Heine's Hardware Sfore
H. N. FLATOW
SKyline 8828 3614 Balboa Sl.
"II"s The BesI"'
Spreckels French Cusfard Ice Cream
"GOLD MEDAL WlNNER"
SPRECKELS RUSSELL DAIRY CO.. LI'd.
Blh 8: Bryanl Slreels
Woodmen of l'he World
Legal Reserve Life Insurance
785 Maricel' SI. SUH'er i070
San Francisco, Calif.
Comple-I-e Aul'o Mainlenance
LOBECK 81 HOFFER
33rd Ave. and Balboa Slreel'
Phone: EVergreen 9818
Coliseum S'I'ore For Men
Washinglon Hi Signel' Bells
52.95 FOR BELT AND BUCKLE
740 Clemenl' S+.
GUS MOELLER 81 SONS
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
RENTING. COLLECTIONS AND LOANS
BAyview 7373 O 6260 Geary Blvd. al' 27111 Avenue
BALBOA PAINT 81 WALLPAPER CO.
WHOLESALE - RETAIL
PAINTS - VARNISHES-ENAMELS - WALLPAPER
3444 Balboa S'l'reel' near 36l'h Ave. - BAyview 9371
J A C K B A R R E N
667 - 40+h Ave. slcyline sae-1
skyline asus GEARY BLVD. al 4+h AVE.
Apparel for fhe Mlss and Youfhful Woman
Telephone YUkon 6-1080
145 GRANT AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO 8
Jim Shanhy, fnmpanq,
INTERTYPE ' LUDLOW ' HAND COMPOSITION
LAYOUT ' MAKEUP ' LOCKUP
140 Second Street Sun Francisco 5
GEARY GIFT SHOP
Giffs 0 Jewelry
CHARMS ..... 50c TO ..... 53.00
MRS. MARIA KELLEY
5815 Geary Boulevard I SKyline 8580
Drug and Founfain Service
Ice Cream, Ginger Ale on Ice, Sandwiches
We Serve Golden Slafe Ice Cream
Geary Sfreef af Twenfy-Third Ave. - BAyview 3437
Good Luck fo fhe Graduafes
COLISEUM MEAT MARKET
719 Clemenl' Sfreef O SKyline 6744
Phones: SKyline 6397 - 4144 I 714 Clemenl' Slreel
Flowers For All Occasions
There's Jean and Carol bifing inlo deli-
cious cream puffs while lheir lhoughls
are also on lhe lempling cakes, pies, and
521 Clemenl' Sfreel near 6'l'h Avenue
Phone SKyline 4442
THE MEMBERS OF REGISTRY 231
wish lo exlend fhanks and congralulaiions lo
for his 'line iob as manager of lhe Clean-Up Proiecl
BEST WISHES TO THE SENIORS
Roberf La Vine
CONGRATULATES THE GRADUATING
Arden Fae Duncan
Mary Alice McMurray
718 Markei' S'I'ree'I'
SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA
Besl' Wishes fo fhe
CLASS OF JUNE 1947
CONGRATULATIONS TO SENIORS
DEDICATED TO MISS
BY MEMBERS OF
la Verne Robinson
UNDER THE STARS IN THE
RQSE-BCWL ai' LARKSPUR
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT 'TIL 1:00 A.M.
See The Greaf Firefall Thru fhe Redwoods
PAUL LAW e nirispecfiizcn ESTRA
Greyhound Busses Direci' io Bowl Sponsored by 'ihe Larkspur Fire Depf.
Free Parking Wifh Bonded Affendanfs A L 9 Confinuous Operafion Since 1910
BEST WISHES TO THE SENIORS
M RS. WAGSTAFF-Teacher
B E S T W I S H E S
Theron Berry Bob Hack
Jack Grossman Dick Lewis
Rick and Jaclc are being shown 'rhe fine
seleciion of school rings and pins by
Warren Willard, Washingfon Gracluafe
of I940, in Ihe beaufiful display room of
VAN WORMER 81 RODRIGUES. INC.
126 Posi Sireei Phone EXbrook 5886
Real Esfafe lnvesfmenfs
5332 GEARY BLVD. BAyview 3012
R. J. BIAGINI
J. VARSI CO.
GEARY BLVD. BA. 5436
AT 19TH AVE. EV. 9699
29TH AND BALBOA STREET .
we 5Pe,i,,i,e in mrs or l.ocAL HISTORY
SCHOOL LUNCHES - ALL TYPES or SANDWICHES 1893
MILK SHAKES ' SPAGHETTI 81 CHILI
THE RICHMOND BANNER
CANDY ' SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Your Disfricf Newspaper
Q We Prini' "THE EAGLE"
Nofary Public Service al' Banner Office
From Hle Beaufiful
MARINTOWN GUUNTRY CLUB 1936
FAIRFAX George Washingion High School Opens
HARQLD MENZIES MOTOR co.
1 SALES f
Complefe Aufomoiive Se
G ry Boulevard af Fourfh Ave. SKyline 5 681
BENJAMIN P. KEYS CCMPANY
f BOOKBINDERS 1
246 lsf. Sfreef EXbrook 2871
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