George Washington High School - Surveyor Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

 - Class of 1964

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rn s-:asv-. as as E i e Z I, ,glial l u 3 KI!!! Sm . "ww ska., :ur -I I I I II 4 At: -- :J 31' ,li- fwvy? 5 . A 4: ,Xu L Ni .-'iff 741 ,.,-,,. 1 'Ani Table of Contents N 'x- X 4' NNN 50' 4 xxx N I ,,, xxx at QNX X If Administratio .,.... 4 I x ' 4: if I 'X' Classes . . ....... 26 4 V I Q I X1 Orgagixltions. . . ..... .70 N an ctivities X, I Xfx X' I N S Sports. . . ....... 94 R f E, I '- I if Seniors. . . ................ l24 4, X ' 7 Ns I Y I I1 x 1, ' 2 fn M XX ' .K QP SN, ,M W x v 1 3.0. , . ,M M ,I 1. J ' 'I "Iv 'ZA RSV A D M I N I S T R A T I O N Miss Adams talks over the yearbook plans with editor, Diane Pritchard. TO THE CLASSES OF FALL 1963 and SPRING 1964: A farewell message has something in it of regret at parting, good wishes for happiness and success, and a fair measure of advice with guide lines for the future. I can say in all sincerity that I am sorry to see you graduates of '63-'64 leave just when I am getting to know youg but the disappointment would be far greater were you not to go on to the next phase of your life at the scheduled time. So I congratulate you and send you forth with the hope that you will have a good life. This good life is not to be confused with apparent success measured only by position, money and influence. It is a life in which there is continuing intellec- tual growth and social awareness. Yours is the generation that must win the fight against intolerance, prejudice, and fear, so that there can be real peace at home and abroad, and the marvels of this space age will benefit and serve mankind. This is a challenge that calls for men and women of strong moral fibre- citizens who recognize their own responsibilities and respect the rights of others, who avoid what is shoddy and cheap, and who will speak out in defense of authority in the family, discipline in education, and decency in conduct both in private and in public life. This may sound ponderous and far removed from you now but time goes by so quickly that you cannot afford to stand on the side lines inactive and uncommitted. Let each of you develop the talents you have and use them gen- erously and wiselyg then you will surely have a good life. Ruth M. Adams, Principal 6 , MISS ADAMS Principal fl i MISS PARSONS MR. PAGANO Dean of Girls 7 Dean of Boys r f F-pp.-Q 53,1-.:fhf, 1- . M :Y ' .Q Q V5 x -, ax. mf, , Miss Abbott Mr. Addleslone fr ff ' -H. ,,,, Mrs. Baker M . Basseu HIGH SCHOOL X. 2 ff, X," Mr. Alexander Mr. Alhanasopoul GEGRGE WASHINGTQN M B dn Mmnriuhan .',' ATT' T, If 'fig ' 'iffiw - FACULTY 1' , 'V . 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Y np!-5' V fi. , f' V. f H 1.1 m c Ron Reepen jackie Hemi Miriam Traig Admimlvlralrbu Organizations C? Activinex Clams Seninrs N , -. A V J Q p I -N3 afgfpz' 3, fn, . . ' f ' 2, xv, va . it i I ,. Marsha Rhine Al Slanbridge Ben Lurie Seniors Sports Ad Managrr 2 -f Margaret Reiss Carol Herzberg Edilonhl Editors FaH S326 ll 1 if , 5 Margarita Bolelho EDITOR x J 4 Shirley Davis Carol Herzberg Nfws Edilars Spnng 5? H H 2 5 H32 -5 Margaret Reiss joan Murphy Fmlurf Edilorx fiiia f as EAGLE STAFF :X .X Lisa Soderslrom EDITOR Margarita Bmelho Nmu Edilur I5 joan Murphy FY' I '1 Shirley Davis Ffalurr Edilors 963 fx Roger Mialocq Spark Editor , n . V 4 M ' Ex-'S l xr-'ap ' Joann Schulz Kathy Prue Edilarinl Editors I964 Q 'f Nd Roger Mailocq Sports Edilar ,ggiv yi? . T ff li L ill Al Adams Exrhangr Editor STLIDE T BODY OFFICERS F A L L xx Berry Carter Secrrlmy I 9 6 3 Qu 395' 'lwlzg 5 f ' . ' was 5 . ,D I 1, Q gm. .. fn., . .. ,aw Bill Chang Ixl Vale-President .. v . .1 . -25. 3355 Q vw x 1 wiv, ,J Tony Gallarclo Prmlimt 63. . ' sw ' 13-Q " 4 i My Q sw sv f , xv f X ms. .. 9.1! ' . b 'r, gif, 7 1, : n iiilf' " A ,, ' Q :..: ? 2 :FZ 5, E LM. .lf ff -Susie Fields Trmxurn w efl'u 1- M ,mat ka., ra A. q. ilu' , 'l4+ to E....,..,...-,V .Kg ., HL T... ...,n,ffI4 Wendy Allporl 2nd Vice-Preshiml Peter Liliemhal Alhlelic Managrr Dan Francisco Cuslodlkm , 16 Dan Kee Head Yell Leader STUDE T ill' . A - 11. Avonee Smilh Isl V ice-Presidml Linda Chan Secrelavy N, fi. ! Anders Maxwell Cuxlodzknx BODY GFFICERS Steve Kovacs Prmlienl Rich Dorfman Treasurer I7 15 S P R I N G Betty Carter 2nd Vice-Preszdenl Bob Merchant Head Yrll Lender PRlNClPAL'S CABI ET Raw I: fl, lo 1.2 Minai, Selix, Reiss, Cain, Bernstein, Pelta, jew, don, Horwitz, Horwitz. Row 3: Mintz,-lanox. Shorenstein. Grey. Cruz, Quebec, Shipley, Penford, Ellezy. Row 2: Tseisen, jew, Kormos, Lee, Howard, Lilienthal, Lurie, Russe, Kelley. Raw 4: Weiller, Hansen, Lennox. Knauf, Heieck, Chew, Matsurs, Gor- Wong, Haley, Bans, Davis, Bercholz, Kauscn, Fisherow, Simon. SCARLET A D GRAY Row I: fl. lo rj Hollern, Fleming, Guthert, Anderson, Novi, Serbu, Turner, Smith, Moriguchi, Gold, Sommcrs, Edrehi. Row 2: Allen, Aaron, Wellington, johnson, Srachcy, Chambers, Miller, Kormos, Sussman, Marowitz. Rnwi: Paul, Gray, Murphy, Raisner, King, Werth, Smith, Hall, Kaluzhny, Cordellos Nonaka, Burger. Row 4: Stmmbury, Daily, Davis, Wilson, Tukey Martin, Church, Cmnert. Mead, Dourety, King, Olson, Fok, You ng. I8 X Q 3 5 AUTCGRAPHS F s sgszfeffa Carolyn Alberts .Fix .401 Wendy Bollier suv at R 'F' ..,., its Irma Delwn Terry Heieck 9 1 -9 I. 2::f"'?L'S, l'P2f'.. 5-:fs-a ' 'rf a y A ff ,mia - ' 5 Judy ' Allyn x X, I "fx ' Marcia ' Leif Bernstein V , .lx 'AW . 4 Margarita 3 Botelho af l .3 5 j Q ,W QA, I . , Auron 'WM Cruz . .fi . fr A ,, jackie Dutilh Betsy Franklin . - 15" :- ' Kai' fx Q, A .s 5 jackie Hers! O f ind -Q-. ' AW 1 Lillian Beverly ifww ' 5, ' N N Marg-in David Ruth Garbell zo B' Amaly Axomian Belly Carter Sue Fields Arlene Hewlen 0 ,,:Q " '.1.,f1i5'2 list? "'., "-limi: may "'Ni'ejjjfa Jw ' 'Ji r , ,..,.i U I , . v J , : V ,-NV, 1 Y wa' 1 :- ,A Q if Qc .,... I li 4 Stephanie . - " Batanides , sri.: 1 .-af 3735" S fx, 1: 5, 3 .sf ka, ri, :ELiE,...5V ,,,1:i.: 1. Bonnie 'Q 'VIL' K Birsinger ' f ,tg . ' 4 u. I ,, .x ,. ww I t V.. ' '.,. :AQ , L21 Q I Bi 'Sf gl 4. 'IA' Jef' x x 1 1 ,tgI!"T.3"'5'g . , X Sue wig Colvin ...S T75 3 N ,kr y v 1 A Y wg Maria F555 ' Dawson . ff il ' K f. ki . H 1 ' ewwq . Lille I-'osxer 'ff inf me , gf 'ix- Q X Paula K 4 n Gordon in gs . ir l Pa! Horikoshi i , K ,-- .lv H, ' ,lg , sth tw A l we n w"i2wl.-1 ' ,. A . - a r e L' i.'?3?331'm'f5 5135 Jackie SPRING Judy -15 " 'Q Virginia jew PRESIDENT N h Kahn 1 Kai Debbie 1 f jones . KN . r.. ' Jaw . ,Q V- Rebecca janet Marsha g rf U Kranlz t A .N A i . Lee if Lerner ' A . - ' ' " 2' f , 4:91, N 4 A' . l ' ' -- xt D Calcite 1 . gal S Chris Chris Mercier ...S X Muller 'fn U ,3 Mm-igka ,MG Mmphy . I , K ' V , X xl .17 -- ' L W A -QM .: 1 ' 'X 'lm 'W 1 , 3335 15 ev ' , M-'Yea NTTPYQR fi? Madeleine ' R' ' U I-Iil-lu . W . X in f 3 linl 3, ' ,jf ' O L WI 2 - , ii sson M s lla sg- l ff if A ' "' ' xl Xena , .' . 1 a 5 , a ,eq Aga , , I M, Q ef Reiko . m Helen Q "' Doris W Diane Oyama ' Pioxrkowski Posner Pritchard if . 'lv'-sf v Q ' 5 . l i ' l E7:i':" 'nzsfas Q Xi . M tim -.M X , .rag Marsha joan jackie .1'3l,.- Rhine Sasaki Schiffman K+ ,ge N x ..: ' '- l I X Q:, .f4f1 H FALL Avonec Connie M ' PRETIDENT Smith Turner Vailglsgc oan Shorenstein " ml- if ' ew, . -.M if f A. fyrf gg ...nl f 1 . " if' 1 .3 ' e ' june Weiller 21 Sylvia Weiner 'R john Adams 1 ' AQ 69 mf? I I 9 3 ' 1, ' . Don Carman Rich Dorfman Gary Hamada wr fx ii R. ? , 'Q 2 'Wy 'll fi S X -.FEW x X 3 , fl' .ef " V Alex B Ken Merrin 5 Avdggf W 4-,F 3 0525 Balur Eames : M fl? 'Q , 5 . W ,, - Q 4..- . ' . 'Q 4 " A ' 1 sig " Dave Scou f' Rick Bam 5:43 Benkic Bibbcw "fbi , 'fl,l,g1, 'N Q 45.6 :ala l 1 X ""1 332 ' :"'f?2fQ Bill 'ii Steve Ken i- Chang .3 Chung Combs lr il' V . 'X l I 1: 2' i,1l' N" If .wi Arn F FALL A-51, Bill. Connelly W ' , PRESIDENT A "E CIHTIC -Ig , Brian Crancn A 2.51 1 1155? .2 . - . .. X A, V. A . 1-:sit Walt , Ed Ron Fishcrow Fok Fong CTF l 5? gi! f 3 Q I 112,411 4 Dan jon Warren NP ,fx Francnsco Frome: Flljlmolo N 4 f m: - ' .K 1 sem P- .V 1-19 .. non Glen Hicks lf A, V ' -"T Kafafan Kajiyama bile: 4 -f ' Dan Alex Steve Kee Kennett Kovacs Berwyn Douglas Lee Lee T.!f"':"T Q.. ,f 'x 1 x . i .lim ., . Le Galle 1 , 3 me wx .I A Bob Masuda ri! , K W- Bob 1 A Merchant , 'Q . 944 4. -. -6 . ' 'WWW 1'!Q4l"2 n if Bob 1 Prince l 4 1,.,," " Ek? Ron ,gg Hg Reepen .i.. jsp, ug LY . ,Q I E ." Qi. . 1, Ron " il' smnings . 5.5. LE' g V7 N . 3' .igQ.2i?Q '-wtf Bob 'll Ta! S- ...-9.2, YH. , -S' Ocie Williams Je-Ty Woolf ge 1 2' illif ,XXQQI .. "t W .iff Mike Levin ,IE if-9 K f ti Anders Maxwell Roger Mialocq SPRING PRESIDENT Tom Raffin ff ix.: 2 1 4-2 :. -. . ' r J x john ggi Salisbury ' ' ' w I fi .g N 35,3 ,,. X my 'Rf . .. ol' 1 1, r . Al Stanbridge b Hal Tauber x Ed Wilson Peter Lilienlhal m...4 ' i i :v- ' 231' Y eff, Nail Minai 55.!,.:"' '.:,3r,,j :gr ...,. i I? . ,Q , Phil Scramaglia Q-Q... vig F . 1 35, ,, . i.,. i' " '1 - ' 1? . 1. fa. ' X , ., Stu Watlerson i. .., ' J 9' Ii war ' Y' .. Tony , Manoguerra 1 ,., f .3 ,fl .i i MA Bob Mendle Q I A 1 1 . We I V Ararat ' V Pogosian ga - .., i jim Raisner Wayne Spar X. .: 1 Charles v Stern x , :A 5: f" Ai :Pt lin! ,Univ T jim Whilsell -mv George Wing Ken Yee 0 xp 1 ,EY M gr' gl. X -i:lds'..' ' r +5 V1 P- A AUTOGRAPHS 0 A ' E mmm: f A .Ji-:2'f?'iffA A I v Q A ,Lf .4- A 190 D c L A s s E s L-I2 Abmmenkoff i' X s f' ' Adams - W: I Hi Alderidge ,i 0 ig Arndl N wr V 4116 , kg. , . , Assenmacher JK 1 ' M ,. za' X., Q V' fi Avdeff W if f H, wr . ' Bnrrellu y , N5 W 7 5, l x Baufd . I ' 'I .dl Z Q.. 1 f' Y Beck, M. E9 25 ,W X neck,T. if E' ' .'v ,lf 55. 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KS'-S+ ,gpm 1 ,vsp 4' 3 f'i?m?- f Q .YI T Ag ,tp-kaigy. v i ,, ., , . xv .area gximz N I ,H N' ff 1 1:.,.. . 'M , W. 'M ' x L-IO 'WM - AUTOGRAPHS A H 'X I ,L 'Y , st .Q ' .jx Ai.. .1 2 ' -, . I 1: ,A 9- tial -.Q P' lh Zi r -Qi , ., gl, in 1 v. 'W NR , , Q. mix x A . INS H E 52" Q N A Fall H-I I Officers I :fy I 7 - mi i I es.. I - -4 Ili Q, gif? is Half 5' K , A K I fl! MII Q 'gk U N5 N " Tony Manoquerra Ron Stallings Chris Moriolla jackie jew Aurora Cruz jim Whilsell President Vic:-President Secretary Treasurer Eur. Council Exec. Council Fall L-I I Officers ,Q jg A., T A, - I. ,rw --gan: Qi p ' 5 'x ' ,-+ I T252 H fi? x ' M I K - s f . Sian Shields jackie Herst Gail Goldstein Janis Miller Carol Squires Claire Handleman President Vice-Prexlkizn! Secretary Treasurer Exec. Council Exec. Council Fall H- I 0 Officers .I le , 1 ,fx s 'AX II I ' I I I I Garry Hoshiyama Ken Israel Mary Bums Pam Cain Karen Nakai Mike Rags President Vice-Presiden! Secretary Treasurer Exec. Council Exec. Council Fall L- I 0 Officers A Kevin Monagham Belly Inuit Domlhy Goldcen Diana Brand Ann Penfield Camilla bee President Vice-Presiienl Sccralary Treamrer Exec, Council Exec, Council Spring L- I 2 Officers r.' I, I I , A "hir . .'4- , '-79' I I Ron Stallings Scou Benkie Carolyn Tung Aurora Cruz Sandi Lee Preshienl Vic:-Prexulml Senetafy Trzzuurrr Exec. Council Spring H- I I Officers '11 R I -1- 2 'HX' -7 A . -, Q GL 9 ' Q . U -T Sf . L 4,1 . K ' '42 ' Mark Bauista Karen Lloyd President Vic:-Pres-Men! Adrienne Fen-au Excc. Council Pam Anderson Rhoda Chang Secfzlary Treasurer Spring L-I I Officers Garry Hoshiyama Brian Horikoshi Linda Woo Karen Nakai Mary Bums Prmkiznt Vkefresidmt Seaemry Treasurer Exec. Council Tr: Art Hans Diane Brand Prmlenl Vice-Prmlienl Spring H- I 0 Officers n .A if I 1 jackie jew Exec. Council an .L Naida Soriano Exec. Council xx, I Ken Israel Exec, Council Ann Penficld Cynthia Howard Lynda Hodgkinson jim Carter Secretary Trrasurer Exec. Council 69 Exec. Councnl T2' if -' 5. '4 s i5.:1'Q' 'amy ' .rZ'a:li. ,-1 T, L' A -HH r-'Q vu--"" di"-1 Y ,K . vi- . ' .Wm il N xiii. A .XA X! K 1 Xxkix 1 , . -KKLS CWM . ' X Lib . Q XU K- Xl 1 xg", l 5 n xi T? H '35 2' , o R A G C A T N I I A v z N I A D T T I I I5 o s N S CHRISTMAS TABLEAUX t Raw I: fl. to nj Call, Kettenburg, Stallings, Ohashi, Holt, Stashuk, Moss, Wong, Cheek, Bull, Flores, Row 2: Street, Nakamura, Nafnsa, Minai, Weatherby, Chung, Cordellos, Allen, Gessert. Louie, Vin- son, Gallo. Raw 3: Lowell, Currie, Duste, McTernan, Stellby, Rudo, Clifford, Avilla, Silverburg, Allen, Nanomura. Raul 4: Harrington, Rodique, Le Gztllee, Whitsell, Kettenbury, Horikashi, Peck, Gill, Briceno, Patillo, Mr. Welch. B A N D 1 t Y V,.,,5,,, ,W 4 J ,. 1 . . N. W f , Row l. fl. ta r.j Ina, Williams. Row 2 Rhine, Proctor, Coy, Cammack, Sanderson, Magnani, Duff, Wolfer, Currie, Ellzey, Allen, Gillum, Crawford, Behn. Rand: Osibin, Buckter. Washington, Chnnd, Stallings, Goetz, Payton, Paizes, Ruggiero, Sills, Delman, Young. Raw 4: Mr. Welch, Parent, Amart- seff, Calabria, Gerzowski, Matthews, Hoover, Leong, Hidalgo, Gill, Briccno, Raw 5: Rodriquey, Liggons, Harrison, Turner, Cartwright, Miham, White, Hamada, Davis. Appel, Schroeder. 73 G R L O C H O R U S Row I: fl. Io rj Bahr, O'Le:iry, Kissinger, Korzuchin, Bass, Demmings, jackson, Calonsag, Holmes. Raw 2: Wu, Wezxthcrspoon, Hodge, Armstrong, Laron, Moerman, McKee, Carr, Mr. Meder.Row 3: Stzillinger, Prieslly, Perkins, Reyna, Cooks, Owens, Assalino, Thomas Wenst. Row 1: 11, lo rj Wallirh, Humburg,jung, Shaffer. Dalva- dor, Beans, Gleason, Horwitz, Smith, Fragomein. Rana? Young, Hunter. Richardson, Light, Bell, Sosliiclt, Bora Lynski, Henry, Minxli, Street, Mr. Meder.Row3: Scearcie, Hewlett, Franklin, Casals, Martin, Fillmore, Allen, Fields, Callaghan, Pain, Herbert, johnson. Raw 4: jamison, Cadesells, Murphy, Carter, Ralhe, Scales, Matthews, Crockett. Taylor, Wallace, Orr. G L E ' E Raw I: fl. In r.j Bmun, Sykes, Strickland, Stevens. Row 2: Knrne, Gaines, Sanders, Scott, Smith, Row 3: Smith, Adams, Wilson. Mr. Meder, CSF Raw 1: fl. In r.J Nalisnik,-Iew,joseph, Amochaev, Handleman. Woo, Schiffman, Brewer, Marsura, DiLeone, Rudo. Row 2. Chung, Cavas. Weiller, Gerson, Soriano, lwamasa, Pmtl, -lung, Horwitz,-Iue, Smilh. Wemherbye.Rnw 3: Harris, Miya- Row I: II. In nj Yee, Lew, Dulilh, Kamtz, De Leone. Benas. moto, Sadalla, Raas, Rodgus, Constine, Chung, Levin, Reepen, Morioka, Row 4: Gore, Mundstock, Hall, Brewer, Davis, Smith. Cunningham, Yee, Kelley. Raw I: fl. to r.j Dc Vera, Weillcr. Row 2: Klein, Tanna- hauser. Pella, Yushinoff. Raw 3: Conslene, Harris, Raas, Goldberg. Zimmerman. Row I: fl. to r.j Schiffman, Oshita. Oyama, Pascual, Armstrong, Balanides, Bernstein, Heieck, Delson, jew. Row 2: Cruz, Wei- ner, Alberts, Pritchard, Kurzwiel, Bollier, Pearson, Peppers, Groshell, Coons,jones. Boyson. Row 5:Le Galle, Manoquerrs, Cordelles, Chung. Opp. Bibbem, Tat. Maxwell, Rccpen, Sills. Row 4: Wauerson, Alger. Scmgmilia. Whilsell. Barrs. Balzer. Fisherow, Dorfman. Kulka, Kovacs. E xc: F50 ACU LUN LTC ll VL E Raw I: fl. in r.J Kai, Hanclleman, Moriolta, Penfield, Lee, Fields, Perrine, Liliemhal, Bibbero, lsmel, Barnes. Brand, Burns. Row 2:Carter, Goldstein, Squires, Frank- Raw 4: Stallings, Manoquerra, Whitsell, LeGalle, Tat, lin, Alomian, jew, Cruz, Herst. Raw 3: Soderslmm, Fancisco. Chang. P.A. CREW ' 4- Row I: fl. to YJ Gibson, Mercer, Kay. ""' lllllf E xc 250 Rcu IQN c gll VL E Row I: fl. to r.j Brand, Hutchinson, Cmz, Soriano, Smith, Tung, Lee. Rumi: ljlienlhal, Lee, Carter, Bibbem, Chan Bollier, Foster. Raw 2: Penlield, Israel, Pearson, jew, Chang, Lloyd.Row 4: Merchant, Stallings. f w Raw I: fl. to r.J Cavas, Benas, johnson, Oshita, De Leone. Raw 2: C-ore,jen, Gordon, Pelta, Kama, Kahn, Yushinokov. Row 3: Smith, Dulilh, lnngerhan, Perrine,jones, Olsson. Moss. Raw 1:11, to r.J Delson, Kulka, Kahn, Gore, Young, Fong, Bernstein, Troyan, Mazo. Row 2: Chew, Wealhcrby, Foster, Chew, Yung, joe, lwasaki, De Vera, Tumcr, Creciani. Raw 3: Weyrauch, Cogburn, Karaxz. Aitken, Combs, Kudroff, Lee, Filippi. Row 4: Kyle, Herzog, Canaza. Duncan, McColleen, Rosengerg. Row I: fl. to 1.1 Regan, Gore, Smith, Kulka, llaas. Raw 2: Brewer, Carillo, Olsson,-loscph, Berchulz. Wilson, Moss, Shipley. WHIPS Row 1' fl. lu rl Lee, Selix Reich, Miller B . . , , ennell, Gerson, Weiller, Krauss, Shorenstein, Schiff- man, Row 2: Rago, Chang, Chan. Lam. Beverly, Gold, Brand, Auabit, Gordon. Row 3: Goode C , . Bflef, Prnsky, Hamberger, Zimmerman, Rage, Hulchson, Charmak, Goldeen,Row 4: Mendle: Bernstein, Wing, Lee, Chung, Combs. Frank, Lilienlhal. ZZPU an J' I- I' -4 0 O Z S -4 H10 -I I'l'l I'I'l E X E C U T , I V E Row 1: U. lo r.j Peppers, Schiffman, Comms. Row 2: Piuzrokowski. Pearson. Herst, Boyson, LeGalle, Chung. Row I: fl, la rj Kay, Raas, l.eGalIe, Tat, Edwards. Raw 2: Pearson, Soderslrom, Selix, Pinsky, Weu Ponder, Korens, Handleman, Assalino, Garcia. AUTQGRAPHS A 5' 5 l A P? l 35? 115, O , ,... is: X.. .am ad 3 ' IV '1 Lg," 'gf 79 K f S f 'll Rf Ffiy f, xg a . -:S :lf FF 0-but mr, Thus xs me nw Rf oyal Fans wins sed n ,S 3 gina cc! K ,yd Dorf! GW' e ,gum Hey! Wire in step' lXou're kidding that flume! nq 111-L17 Dld you sec zhac? What's so interesting? 1 10 TN me he Eames Je s '54 bm Wham Shall we dAncc???? or leg ' 'Elan 4 -, NW, vwyumz 811, IT aphlbjly - 5112. C YALL Mob, 963 Less :win again! We 2.95 an mv!! 'Dc 10 me, shak ei: HP Let's swunv And 5, lovm me I Surfers U.S.A. Here come the elephants' D' . ubmnlzrisl Surfers StomP gh! Of! Los: CensoIed!!!!!! Q Omefhm nv YALL 163 V ex -X pkg! '-is -,.l 3 B Irs n Dying ealle! Those Knees! 'T,. Fearless Lender for three ,ae ,mg e's one of lheml V weeks Xllingo, and the Boys! "Yuki 1.1 1 you suffer from tired Blo0d?????P Half-Moon Bay Dragsm- Here I Comelllll one, and a two, and a.,.,. lf' sign on the dotted line ...... Along with Mitch SPRING '64 N 59' Q 11 fd' I QE e., r Q 'i f fc 1 Y' H!! H S ' I W 5 3 ... S ,AN I .N 'M fl' , X , tr al 1, You Wnnl I0 F1ghtP? ,vs Our Queen 3 7 E . 1 --. E, Sf! M- 'nz aff. xg That Semox Day Feelmg Stage Crew 39- Broadcast Staff .. Row I: IL ta nj Winslow, Davis, Tal. Row 2: Benve- nisle, Smilh, Callaghan. Row 3: Fmgomenti, Edwards. A :ji- Raw I: fl. la 1:2 Smith, joseph, Valputic, Fisherow, Dorfman Red Cross Row I : fl. la 1-.2 johnson, Rago, Bautista, Casagrande, Armstrong, Lee, Henderson, Raw 2: Jones. Zabinsky, Carter,-fenchen, Bolehlo, Balanides, Willis, Edhehi. Roxu3:Wong, Carillo, Thomas, Shifs, Irvine, Slohl. 86 C Art Club Drama Club Raw I: fl. lo 1.1 Lam, Lai, Matsura, Keane, Mr. Brandt, Kampman, Row I fl. to nj Assalino, Barradas, Ponder, Lee, Tnnnhauser, Clark. jew. Raw 2: Gordon, Van Dnren, Nicholas. Taubcr, Stevens. Masque and Gavel Floral Arts Row 1: fl. lu nj Raas, Harrison, Carillo, joseph. Smith. Bercholz. Row I: fl. to rj Lee, Lai. Bautista. Robledo, Nunn 87 Xl' 605 Qa- C L U B S 0 616 lo Arcodlans 'b f X 'Z 29 iff. . "f's' -,ww ' , , 1, Sgt E- S if it ig " t?15'L'zi , as- J if W5 Ill-' 26315 .1 rf gif ' t New Ze ft Jackie Dutilh FGREIGN EXCHA GE ' TUDE T Our Foreign Exchange Student is 17-year-old Jacqueline Dutilh, who comes to us from Rotterdam, Holland. After filling out numerous applications, Jacqueline was asked to go to a Committee of the American Field Service. She was asked many questions in English and then her papers were sent to New York, the main office of the American Field Service. It was here that she was chosen to come to America, and within three weeks she was on her way. Jacqueline arrived in America in August. She is staying with the Carroll family on Clay Street and goes to school with her "sister" Martha, presently a low junior. Jacqueline graduated from high school in Holland, but is a high senior at Washington. This enables her to take American courses that are not offered in Holland. The main difference between Washington and her former school is the size. Jackie says that in Holland there were only 400 students. In Holland there are approximately 15 subjects, each of which are given only a few times or once a week. The languages of French, German, English, and the native Dutch are required of all students. Presently,Jackie is a member of the AFS, the French Club, GAA, and an honorary member of the GSS. Jacqueline will leave the Carroll family in June after graduation. She will then tour the United States for 3 weeks with the other mem- bers of the AFS, stopping at Washington, D.C,, to meet President Johnson. From Washington, she will go back to Holland by ship. Although Jackie plans to liye permanently in Holland with her family and friends, we sincerely hope that she will come back to Amer- ica and visit us. To Jacqueline, we of George Washington High School, wish the best of success and happiness always. Jackie and Ron Stallings discuss campus life. Backstage pranks! Jackie and Ron behind the scenes. Jackie al work. 89 ,ff f' f g Pat Horikoshi Fall Prmkient 1. 'I Rick Bibbero Fall Prmkiml mock W Raw I: fl. la 1.2 Kai, Oyama, Mcrioka, Southall, Casagrande, Posner, Dclson, Lee, Horikoshi, Raw 2: Bollier, Botclho, Assalinn, Nichols, Beverly, Horpcr, Meltescn, Colman. Raw 3: David, Atomian, Franklin, Cruz, Jew, Chang, Matsurn, Pella, Fields, Rum 4: Sasaki, Birsingcr, Pritchard, Alberts, Small, Kanuf, Hcicck, Sodclstrom, Schiffman. LETTERMEN Xi. V3:.. ,, .Vi 'N 4 Beverly Assalino Spring President Raw I: fl. ln rJ Wilson, Shannon, Yoshida, May, Bibbero, Dizon. Slanbridgc, Barnes, Wu, Deringer, Nakano. Raw 2: Ferlh, Kovacs, Bangert, Lee, Poynter. Popoff, Ignacio, Chang, Kukuchi, Francis. Row 3: Parent, Malsura, Thomas, Meyerhoff, Mendle. Barrs, Wallerson, Carmen, Scramaglia, Haley, Reines. Dryden. 90 Al Slanbridge Spring Prmldml GAA Row I: fl. lo nj Rodgers, Serbu, Sosnik, Bothelo, McTernan, Mintz, Pelta, Smith, Kahn, jung, joe, Ng, Tom, Chang, Andre, Hersl, Cain. Raw 2: Gold, Matsuo, Sommers, Gopez, Atomian, Brown. Nelson, Beverly, Soderstrom, Alberts, Nalisnik, Dutihl, Kariya, Wong, Willis, Pritchard, Kai. Row 3: Pelta, Silverberg, Tom, Davis, Golden, Vignola, David, Weiner, Reiss, Miller, Shorenstein, Horwitz, joseph, Tauber, Schram, Miller, Foster. Raw 4: Henderson, Partridge, Nichols, Fields, Lerner, Reeves, Chan, johnson, Reeves, Horwitz, joseph, Hamberger, Skipitaris, Genlkne. Row 5: Honer- man, Williams, Ishida, Garcia, Abrahms, Lee, jung, Lai, Atmbit, Penfield, Robbins. 4' 1 -0 ,fg UAW, r ,V . A flag. ,V N .. 4 , M, , T ' f 'S Marcia Bernstein Terry Heigck Fall President Spying Pymyiml Row I: ll. la r.j Hom, Penner, Chan, Allen, AkimoiT, Hoshiyama, Gerson. Handelman, Morioka, Southall, Casagrande, Robledo, Brown, Rodgers. Raw 2: Birsinger, Taylor, Meltesen, Lang, Vogel, Posner, Delson, Hoper, Weiller, Miller, Wong, Lei, Tung, Cruz, Bernstein. Row 3: Lee, Wilson, Reece, DiLeone, Morioka, Morris, Lloyd, Davis, Nelson, Filipi, Foster, Peppers, Pelta. Row 4: Gold- stein, Schiffman, Aaron, Chang, johnson, Fields, Coons. Row 5: Collins, Chang, Irvine, Bollier, jen, Ericksen, Fielder, jackson, Davis, Coutls, Boyson, Brown, Williams, Hooper, Pierce, Ishida. ROTC CFFICERS H 233 i - 2 xp: , f.. S2 f l- I Apps Burns Q . W o Daly Flores ws" , r 6 I Kam Kennel: Nelson Olsen ll W l . ll? if 'af 4 I Ah Nin Cardenas Francisco Kulka Shields w Aimola Chung Gold fl 0' 5. ., ll K 5 l 'Fil' A FZ 51, 5 L 'Y ,S Ei I - V' Love 4,1 EQ l' 33 32. 1 H d, , , K f S, - - F 457 Wiggans GECRGE WASHINGTO R Raw lr fl. In rj Wegmuch, jew, O'Day, Shields, Long, Kulka, Burns, Rogers, Chang, Raw 2: Combs, Beals, Rolhchild, Frank, Hecq, Wong, Caron, Garrison, Raw 3: Lee, Rose, Chamberlin, Koehne, Cnmpa, Abunda, Wong,'Som. OTC Raw I: fl. in r.1Smilh,Callaghan, Lim, Braun, Morales, Lem, lang- sam, Dughman, Lew: Row 2: Turner, Carrillo, Villaromzm, Maynes, Luce, Brown, R. Brown, V. Owen, Raw 3: Nelson, Fredrick, Nel- son, Francisco, Flores, Milkovich, Mori, Cunningham. George Washington High School Color Guard, Row I: fl. tu rj Porter. Kam, Wiggans, Cambell, McLeod, Opp, Spaelh: Raw 2: Pon, Turner, Tanchoco, Orus, Hidalgo, Romo, Lou- kinaff: Row 3: Reed. Harrison, Wong, Susko, Deusfiler. Torre, Coy, Row I: fl In nj Laxamana, Chinn, Louie, Aimola, Street, Upshinsky Hidalgo. Rum 2: Zerbib, Troyan, Koehne, Keiler, Bernum, Thompson Besana, Lepke, Fung. Row 3: Hung, Misersky, Lahti, Loukianofl, Wi- zowski,Johnson, Diggs, jee. Rnw 4: Chnn,Lew, Kwong, Yee, Suan Zerbib. 1 JL, k S P O R T S Sggh Hipkg Russell Malone Na! Kmman Bob Masuda Ron Balakian Elf? lm lim l john Wells BillCurrie -vg- M S, 'S 5 f f W iff? ,lf - , if ., -' - SHS:-?'.f W 4 1-eq -m ,Y .5 fl f r, 4 -5 u V ' .X f ,fl y l 9" x Phil judge 1 xv-I Dave Friedman Lee Benton 1 Bub Burns .....-, my-,W. '....,. Mark Petersen james McGee . 1- , X 1 f X , , Y 2. .fix-L ,x - mv 's-4 . J w ei 5 ' Q Y J Woody Marshall P '17 ffffffil , ii? ' C Mike Pod ell .,,,,!,, ., ..,?XEW. , . 1 3 vn1?61i'." 5, , - f A ee 5515 . A Q fr. I lk, Q ks, 4? X Q ew A K 2 gi -fgfr K Coach Lubamersky Dan Arana lane Eliznrde L X V Pele Rcines Aubery Holmes lucks off as Fagles open their season. an On September 20, the Eagles opened their sea! son with a victory over Galileo, beating the Lions, 18-6. Russell Ma- lone scored two touch- downs, and Lee Benton added the final score with a 43 yard run on an interception. Bob Ma- suda did a fine job in leading the team all afternoon. Coaches Lubramersky and Nel- son were very pleased with the win which marked their varsity coaching debut. On September 27, the Eagles clobbered Lowell, 26-0. The team played an excellent game as they out- classed and out-fought the Indians. The performances of Bob Prince in this game, brought him San Francisco's "Prep-of-the-Week" award. Bob intercepted three Lowell passes and ran a kick-off back 90 yards for an Eagle score. Washington hit, ran, and played hard throughout the whole game. They really deserved their win over arch-rival Lowell. LOWELL Russ Malone tfllj is piled up as john Salisbury gsm and mil Currie 1501 help block. Don Smith Q41 eludes the Mission tackler. M . I S S I O N Seth Hicks C581 goes after the already tackled "bear." X X , . .1 , A yn sts . wi 'x 'X a . ins.: 3"x'X ,Q ',-5, , . On October 4 the mighty Eagles trounced Mission 23-6. The highlight of the game was when Aubrey Holmes kicked a 19 yard field goal. It was the first lield goal kicked in the A.A.A. since 1956. This was the third consecu- tive victory for Washington. In their previous games the Eagles had only been scored upon twice, for a total of 12 points. Touchdowns were scored by Smith, Benton, and Ritter. This was only the beginning of the many victories to come as the Eagles drew nearer to the half-way mark of the season. -pf? rr- H .s -' -as r W? Aubrey Holmes 1321 kicks first field goal since 1956. BALBOA On October 18 the Eagles trounced Balboa, 32-19. In a game marred with penalties, Washington kept alive its winning streak of four straight games. Aubery Holmes caught 2 touchdown passes, one from quarterback Biff Barnes, and the other from Ron Fong. Holmes also kicked 2 extra points for a game total of 12 points. Ron Fong led the passing attack, with 106 yards gained. The running attack was led by Ritter, Prince, and Malone. Victory in the Balboa game increased the Eagles bid for a 1963 playoff berth. October 25, 1963 marked the date of the 19th annual Bell Game, which was played on Washington's field before a crowd of over 5,000 cheering fans. The Eagles scored a decisive comeback victory over the Mustangs with a 13-12 score. Lin- coln dominated the first half, scoring their 12 points on well-executed drives. After the half-time activities, a fired-up Eagle team came back very strong, and scored on Bob Masuda's touchdown runs. Holmes added the extra point after Masuda's sen:- ond TD which proved to be the game win- ning point. A key interception by Nat Kirtman in the fourth quarter ended the final Mustang threat. The victors after regaining the bell Lincoln bites the dust. Half time activities the Bell Court The "bell" in good hands. my .mam 1 we .. 'Sur w 'A . AL Y 'M , 1,1 .,. '-t "tit SACRED HEART The Eagles scored a hard-fought victory over Sacred Heart on November 1, at Balboa's Held. Bob Masuda again scored two touchdowns, and Aubrey Holmes kicked a Held goal and two conversions, to lead the Eagles to a 17-7 victory. The Eagle defense, led by Ron Balakian, Seth Hicks,john Wells, and Nat Kirtman, to mention a few, put on a fine show, as they held the Irish to 0 yards gained in the second half. The Eagles played a tough game that easily proved that they are going to be strong contenders in the 1963 AAA championships. Cl Hicks, Wells and McGee close in on trapped Irish. SAINT IGNATIUS 'On November 8 the SI Wildcats came to Washington's field to meet the Eagles in a battle of the undefeated. The Cats scored a 14-6 victory in a game played on a muddy field. The Eagles played a tough game, but the big Cats marched for two scores in the first half. The Eagles got on the scoreboard on a Russ Malone pass to Brian Crannert, who fought off the Cat defender and went in for the TD. The defense for both teams was excellent. This marked Washington's first defeat in the '63 season. Eagles Gnd il rough going against tough S1 defense. 1' fl 5 ,., .1 se. Xl 'I 3 , "f'f'.Q ,1 t . If . . ' 5.2 . i iJta5MffQiE. 31251 ,Fail 1-.zzwql 'Kg s' .1 v .-.Q ,t , " ' . ' .1 f't't-'islet' 1 .I 1 21,1 b g ,. I s-warm..-: . A t , "'?' fm' 1 .El?f.??-QZg'.fif": W ' .. gig? Sift- 't'lt A 'sa . -if" ' ff-:sir 'IU-" , :-Q, . ' . x gufi ' " f f -W e ' ' -" Mm. Q H :R . W -A Irish make valiant attempt to catch Eagle, Russ Malone. Nat Kirtman hangs on to Cat S2 as he goes over to score. fit 1 ,i as POLY The Friday, November 15 game against Poly ended the 1963 round- robin season for the Eagles. The 7-0 win over the Parrots gave Washington a 7-1 record, the best any Eagle squad has had at Washington for a long time. Playing against a tough Poly team, look- ing for a spot in the playoffs, the Eagles pounded out a touchdown in the third quarter on a 6 yard run by Bob Masuda. This was the first time that a Washing- ton team shut out the Parrots since the AAA began. 'm is . -as H A Y' 1. Apt. - v i I... ' . 'r L- at 4 t.. Bob Masuda U71 evades the clutches of the Irish, fx fN K 6 Bob Prince 1307 takes off with the ball. SEMIFINALS On November 21 the Washington Eagles moved into the championship game by defeating Sacred Heart 25-13 in the first of two AAA playoff games. The Eagles completely dominated the Irish throughout the game. The defense was tremendous, as they held the Irish to minus net yardage. The Eagles scored on their first play of the game on a Barnes to Kirtman pass, which covered 60 yards. Bob Masuda, Russ Malone and Bob Prince kept the offense moving for the rest of the game, as the Eagles scored three more times to put the game on ice. Bob Prince 1301 escapes the Irish. CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: S.I.-2I G. W.-O Cranffl l45l C3lChCS 3 Eames U ll P355 f0f H would 56 TD. bl!! an Kirtman I-19l and Salisbury L5lJ brealt through the Sl line and offside penalty called the play back. Coaches of the year, Nelson and Luhamersky. put pressure on Calcagno 065. The Eagles played the SI Wildcats on December 7 for the A.A.A. championship. The Cats defeated Wash- ington 21-0. The massive Sl line opened up big holes for johnson and Dugan and gave excellent protection for quarterback Ray Calcagno. The Eagles were plagued with injuries early in the gameg john Wells and Seth Hicks, outstanding linemen, were put out of the game. john Salisbury played a terrific game on both offense and defense. An Eagle touchdown on a Barnes to Cranert pass was called back because of an offside pen- alty. The Eagles displayed many drives, but all were halted by the tough Cat defense. Congratulations must be given to Coaches Lubamersky and Nelson and their fine team for an outstanding game and an outstanding season. Washingtonians can be very proud of their varsity football team. J Prince 1301 turns the corner as Balakian 1543 watches the Sl pursuit. 103 Bob Masucla hands the ball to Malone IBD as Cranert C453 heads duwnfield to block. J.V.' WIN CITY CHAMPIONSHIP glrfw rf A , 1 4 . Xp TIQQ3 . . . ' ','I V' " 5 , N'5?E '5'3-V+ 'IH 'I f . ,E "Q ' ' M' ' 1' 'I"'IM QE II- I fm' a at I V mal, ' t- , ,5 21 I, sl , 1 ,p N X , ,t ,, X .. ML. . N - r 5 . A . .. 'ff '7 f f -1f4'59f" A' , I 5141, -1 ,l'i: 3 A il .Qi .1 5 2 ' Q- xg . if I I AV, I -Q -SQQIQQ, , . '-- 4 -- -t - W ..,.- .,.,, ,,..:,--11 v.Ml..ae -1, , Ballum raw: Hart, la Pera, Kuzirian, King, Adams, Peralta, Price, Wells, Yim, Denaman. Tap raw: Coach Firpo, Smith. Ng. Pedrin, Pickering, Raisner, Rubenstein, Ampula, Strickland, Ladd, Paton, Lewis, Mullins, Durkin, jones, Michelucci, Tucker, O'Neil, Lreg, Coach Brock. In the backfield, things began looking up for Washington'sj.V.'s. The two hard working coaches, Firpo and Brock developed the boys into a champion- ship team, which went through the season with a record of 6 wins and no losses. The team scored impressive victories over Lowell, Sl, and SH. Two games on the schedule were cancelled because of the rain. It was a determined team ef- fort throughout the season which brought the jV's their City title. Credit is given, however, to these outstanding members: Captain john Adams, james Day, Greg Pedrin, Willy Durkin, Gerald Ladd, Ken Price, Morrey Rubenstein, Mike O'Neil, and of course, Virgil Paton. Congratulations to Coach Firpo and Coach Brock and their great team for bringing the junior Varsity football championship to Washington. CJ 47 Mission man gets trapped by Eagles. Mike O'Neilgets baIl,withgoodblockingin front, andgoesforbiggain IO4 'fl'-3 SOPHOMORE FOGTBALL 5 ,?9fI""f ,IL can -5 Q 4 Row 1: fl. In r.j Shifs, Brunori, Sakai, Koch, Galsos, Rage, Won: Row 2: Walker, 0'Connor, Ware Sandhu. Chinn. Colgin,ja. Curtin, Merillion, Chapin. Early season injuries plagued the Eaglets, causing two losses and a tie in their first three games. Following the slow start, Coach Ruane's team won four of its final live games. They lost a close game, 13-7, to the S.I. Wildcats, who won the league title. In the final drive the Eaglets upset previously unbeaten Lincoln. Throughout the season a few players showed promise for future varsity success. These players included Ernest Provost, Delano Walker, and Otto Cole- man. Other outstanding players were Alfred, Colquin, and Chinn. Congratula- tions to Coach Ruane and his team for a good season. l05 Bob Macias Inside Right All-City jon Fromer. Inside Left All-City Mike Ivanow Goalie All City George Fernandez Leli Fullback All-Cirv W' n- y 3 . iw ' . 24 B . -ggi, Q f 111551 ,V ' I Roger Sarria Left Halfback All-City Envir Salir Center Forward ...ext . ,X 5 . 4 SOCCER TEA Coach Ellinger and his team won the 19o AAA Soc- cer Championship with a round-robin championship and a victory in the playoffs. They finished the season with a record of seven wins, no losses and three ties. In the overall league season, the Eagles scored 25 goals and had only one goal scored against themg this was due to Washington's All- City goalie, Mike Ivanow and the rest of the defensive- minded team. Coach Ellinger stressed defense first and then offense. His strategy and hard work payed off in the first victory in many years. Bob Macias and jon Fromer led the AAA scorers with 10 goals apiece, Envir Safir scored 5 goals. This is a remarkable record because the third lead- ing scorer in the city had only 6 goals to his credit. In addi- tion to lvanow, Macias, and Fromer, Washington placed George Fernandez and Roger Sarria on the first string All- Cityg Chris Wager and Envir Salir were named to second- string All-City positions. It was a team effort throughout the season that gave Washington the championship. jon Fromer won the Most Valuable Player award and Floyd Harley received the Most Improved Player award. Con- gratulations to Mr. Ellinger and his fine team for their excellent play, in bringing Washington the AAA Soccer Championship. TE.: ft a 'L' us . .. Ludwig Kiramidjian Bob Bentley 'Fa , 4 "fig H9 . r 4, I . -1 Tom Verkozen Washington Mission Washington Poly Washington Lincoln Washington Galileo Washington Balboa Washington S.I. Washington Wilson Washington Lowell jose Lopez-Contreras Semi-Finals Washington Lowell t ' Finals Washington Mission Tony Dizon Left Hallback Chris Wager Gene Slashuk Sam Gerzowski Center Hallback Outside Left Right Fullback Ken,Nakano Outside Right 3 - , Q ,tt Le L t . t . 1.1, I -gunz -tg- A.A.A. CHAMPS Raw I: Il. to rj Conlreras, Shimamolo, Nakano, Verkogen, King, Fromcr, Momles. Row 2:juc, Berlin, Hayward, Garcia, Rodriquez. Raw 3: Krebs, Bentley, Fernandez, Marius, Slnshuk. Nicolicfl' Ceddillos. Rauf 4: Hannyamn, Gerzowski. Wager, Dizon, Sarrin, Harley, Conch Ellingcr. 107 I 12's WI T:TLE y Lzj? lo righl: jamerson, Creswell, Smyrni, Alsobrook, Berl, Punzal. DeWitt, Popolf, Naltamoto, Iwamasa, Hamada,j. McGrath, Coach: A. Athanasopoulus, Tminer: D. Corsetti, Coaching Intern. Washington's lightweight basketball teams made an excellent showing in the '63 season with the 112's win- ning the City championship and the 120's tying for second place. Outstanding players on the ll2's were: Punzel and De Witt, while the 120's were led bv Ray Coleman. The 1I2's finished the season with a 9-0 I20'S TIE FOR SECOND record. The l20's lost only two games and won seven: they tied with Galileo for second place, with Mission winning the championship. Congratulations to Mr. McGrath, Mr. Athanasopoulus, and Mr. Corsetti, as well as their fine teams for an outstanding season. Lejk lu right: Sato, Yano, Pon, Wong, Thompson, Chin, Holmes, Ignacio. Horikoshi, Coleman QAII Cityl, Valenzuela. lay. Coach john Mc Grath 108 CROSS COU TRY V A R T Y . s uh? , 'L ,ef -Q . A 'iff-. Raw 1: Il to nj Groh, Lilienthal, Wing, Akimolf. Row 2: benz, Paradesis, Barnes, Cunningham. Rnw 3: Carman, Sussman, Pettus, Batanidies. Raul 4: john Powers, Gormandski, Vosher. Minia, jim Powers. r 5 X? ? :..iA.Qn13A'9' 1? ,. .-. um J. V.'S Row I: ll. to nj Starlov, McCallum, Meiss. Raw 2: Hom, Diaz, Usanhoff, Bangerl. Raw 3: Stallings, Bucltlin, Guitterei, Scott. Row 4: Bricenn, Arajona. Gordon. Rauf5: Meyskens The Eagle Harriers finished second in dual meet competition, losing a close me'et to champion Poly. Coach Redlicks team finished a strong fourth in All-City com- petition. Merritt Thomas was the teams outstanding man, finishing seventh among individual performers. The top seven runners for Washington were: Merritt Thomas, Alex Vosher, john and jim Powers, Dick Hon, George Gormandski, and Pete Batanides. 109 THE TOP !!77, T Ways EAGLE FIVE TIES FOR Lg? to righl: Bell, Little, Ronan, Scramaglia, Kirmabom, Whitcomb, O'Connor, Chang. Miuingfrum picture: Cash, Owens, Wynne, Mor- Watterson, Teague, Wilson. Balzar, G. Mizell. S. Mizell, Sutton. gan. Moses. Kneeling LvCoachjohn McGrath. The Washington Varsity Basketball Team of 1963- 1964 was one of the best teams the Eagles have had in years. Coach McGrath's team led by All-City Forward Ken Whitcomb went all the way to the AAA playoffs before being defeated in the Erst round by S.l., 43-30. This was only the second league loss for the Eagles: the S.H. team defeated Washington 65-30 in a regular sea- son game. The Eagles best games were played against Lincoln, where the Mustangs were defeated in a 60-54 thriller. The game was not decided until the closing minutes of play, Ed Wilson led the Eagles to victory in that game with 20 points. The Eagles also defeated S.I. in their first meeting by a 63-30 victory. The Cats were at the mercy of the dominant Eagles throughout the entire game. Stu Watterson pulled down 22 rebounds and 14 points to help the Eagles coast to victory. Per- formances like this brought Stu a position on the Sec- ond String All-City Team. The AAA competition was the strongest in many years, with Washington, Lincoln and S.H. finishing in a tie for first place after the round- robin with 9 and 1 records. SH. defeated S.I. in the championship gameg they will be the AAA's representa- tive in the Tournament of Champions competition. Phil Scramaglia, Ken Balzar and Bill Chang rounded out Washington's top six and helped push the Eagles into the play-offs. Congratulations to Coach McGrath and his fine team for the excellent showing they made in the 1963-64 season. ll0 lt , A . ,ff Lf C. 'G' v YL 37 ' gy U1 if Q' Sw QL ,..., f 1, ,. U, 1 43 ,Ll if M x .1- Nl I 30 BASKETBALL Washington's l30's finished the season with a record of 4 wins and 5 losses. They played good ball all year winning tough games and losing easy ones. The team was led by Bobby Wang, who made the All-City First String Team. Paul Dobie was also a consistent player who was tough on the boards and helped Washington in clinch situations by making key rebounds. Gene Holman and Floyd Piper also played well for the Eagles, as did jerry Mahoney and Elmer Sims. The bench strength was led by Ken Parks, Mike Scott, and Ken Gray. Mr. A's team played good games, losing by close scores in most of their defeats. The team played hard all season and should be congratulated along with their coach, Mr. A., for a Fine season. Washington ..... ....... 5 2 Galileo ...... Washington ..... ....... 4 6 Poly ....... Washington ....... 66 Balboa ...... Washington ..... ....... 4 5 S.H. ....... . Washington ....... 54 S.I ............ Washington ..... ....... 3 8 Lincoln ..... Washington ..... ....... 6 0 Lowell ...... Washington ....... 55 Mission .,,., Washington ....... 57 Wilson .,,,,, 112 . L 'IH X . - wav -nn- 2 I '- ' E - s , "1 J N, ,N G ,i f :S if: c " 1 K , 3. x xfl lf Q ' .1. ' af' 1- 1 . J V ff .SM ' 0 e .MX - ' X - 4' 9 4 - L. A ' AM: U1 t MQ , 'Si fx " Y. J '., x -o Q., GOLF 'F'-.!. .iff .. ll- l, T K . - 4... . The Washington golf team, with about as much experience and talent as they have had in years, is expected to be the top contender to upset defending champion Lincoln. This list, DOL necessarily in order, is a fair indication of the team this year: Roger Mialacq, Gary Hamada, jim Haley, Brad Lucy, Larry Cerf,jay Osborne who shot a hole in one at Lincoln golf course on Friday the 13th, Paul Brady, Sid Goldstein, Hal Baer, Richard Lepke, Peter Baylacq, and Steve Beck. The team has many practice matches at well known courses, such as Pebble Beach, Stanford, Peninsula, Chabot, Meadow Club, Merced and Alameda. The AAA league has a number of good teams this season, and Coach McGrath feels that his duffers will have to play top golf to win the title. There has been a change this year in match proceedingsg medal play will be en- acted this year instead of the usual match play. This means that the top five scores from eight golfers will be counted and added up. Good luck to Coach McGrath and his team in their determined bid for the city title. bp lo right: Hamada, Mialacq, Cerf, Francis, Bmdy, Baer. Washington's varsity tennis team has made a very impresa sive showing this far in the 1964 season. Under the coach- ing of Mr. Callen the team has beaten Sacred Heart, Bal- boa, and Lincoln high schools. They should give Lowell a good battle for the AAA championship. The top five thus far are, Bruce Hall, Bart Goldberg, john Wong, and Sam Gerzowski, and Ken Combs. The three doubles teams are, Quincy Lay and jeff Levin, Oliver Ignacio and Emil De Guzman, Peter Sills and jerry Togawa. Thxese boys are the ones who will compete for Washington in the league matches. With the hard work and determination that these boys and their coach have exhibited thus far in the season, they should be one of the top contenders in the 1964 AAA tennis league. ll, A TENNIS Top Row: Lay, Ignacio, Gerzowski, Combs. Mr. Callen, Bnllom Row: Levin, Goldberg, Hall, Wong J.V. BA EBALL Back Raw: Coach A., Dodd, Martin, Gotham, Durkinklones, Olson, Rowekamp, Herbert. Middlt Row: Marowitz, johnson, Kauffman, Lewis, Brown, Baugh, jenkins, Hieda, Safdie. Srcnnd Raw: Young, Mineishi, Harris, Bailey, Forester, DcGmcio, Wells. White, Hamada. ll5 j.V. Baseball coach, Mr. "A" forecasts a bright season for Washington's 1964 ball ' club. He says that his boys will finish high above the 500 mark. The Eagle jV's will be led by: Hamada, Lewis, Durkin, White, De Gracia, Wells, and Baugh. The team has won it's practice games at the time this book went to press, and it looks that Mr. "A" and his team are headed for a good season in the '64 league. ' BASEBALL The Eagle horsehiders under Coach Sovdie are enjoyingdhe most successful season in many years. So far in the season the Washington varsity has lost a couple of close games and has also won a couple. SI fell to the Eagles 6 to 3 and Wilson was also defeated 9 to 6. The Eagles lost games to Galileo 4 to 2, Poly 5 to 3, and Lincoln 12 to 3. In the preseason practice games, Eagle hurler Tony Matthews pitched a no-hitter against Terra Nova as Washington won 17 to 0. This years team is led by Merritt Barnes,-Ion Guitteres,john Adams, Mike Evanow, Lee Evans, Don Carman, Roger Sarria, Al Gralnick, Steve, Bumpsy, jones, Pat Radcliff, Rich Gazzano, Tony Matthews, and Al Lenoard. All-City candidate from last year, Steve Gold- smith, has been DUI for the early part of the season with an injury. His return in the latter half of the year should give the team added strength. Washington plays each team in the AAA twice, and the top four teams are sent to the playoffs. So far a couple games have been rained out. The team is a strong one with a lot of potential: the remainder of the season should find Coach Sovdie and his team in the thick of the 1964 AAA title race. SWIMMERS BIDRMFQR TITLE wx The 1964 swimming team under Coach Frank Ellinger is the top 'contender for the AAA title this year. The team performed very well in their 15 pre- season meets. They met such teams as the University of California freshmen, the San jose State freshmen, City College of San Francisco, Napa Santa Rosa, Menlo, jefferson, Harry Ells, San Mateo, Capachino, Carl- mont, Montgomery, and Mills. The 120's, l30's and Unlimiteds did very well against these tough competi- tors. So far in the league meets, the Eagle mermen de- molished the Balboa swim team by an overwhelming margin. Coach Ellinger has been working the team out very hard at Fleishacker Pool, the scene of all league meets. He figures that the team should win the over all championship from defending champs and arch rivals S.l. This year's varsity is led by Allan Stanbridge, Rick Meyerhoff, Alex Shestakov, Dave Dryden, Bob Davis, jim Bangert, Bruce Smith, Alex Avdeef, Bob Froggatt, and Ron Appeljim Firth, Al Minville, Frank Harris, Woody Marshall, Steve Kovacs are- also top per- formers. The 130's are led by King Carl Derringer, Guy Hiroshima, Doug Guillon, Don Lofton, Alex Amochaev, jon Cotton, Pete Oquist, Ken Shimosaka, Steve Snow, Glenn Watanabe, Herman White, Roger Strauss, Roger 'T Toulze, and jim Friedman. The l20's are led by Rich- ard Zimmerman, 'Rick Bibbero, Sandy Constine, john Kakushi, Ronald Omori, Tony Matsumota, Brian Mat- sumura, Bob Phillips, jan Shannon, Tak Yoshida, and james Rogers. School records were broken this season by varsity and 130 performers. Rick Meyerhoff broke the 100 yard free and the 60 yard free records for varsity. Alex Shestakov broke the record for the 100 yard butterfly and the 200 yard free. Allan Stanbridge broke school records in the 400 yard free, the 200 yard individual medley, and tzge 133 yard individual medley. The relay team of Rick ibbero, King Carl Derringer, Herman White, and james Friedman broke the 160 yard medley relay record. The team this year boasts the best timers and managers in the city. Francie Choteau, Linda Reich, Gail Goldstein,jackie Herst, and Ellie De Felippo, are the competent timers and Mac Seimel, Tony Dizon, are the managers. With the best coach in the city who has developed the finest team in the city the Washington swimming team will be one of the top contenders for the 1964 AAA title. This writer is sure that the team effort put through in meets thus far will carry the team to the championship. . -2 73 ff? ' --1 ,ff 3 +o- . g .my , Nr: - 'A uf, . E-,M Eg ,.. A' ."':,'g .5 3 ., ..x22U'5'? N31- 'T ' 4, Y , '1 ,W . yk,, ,A'A'.,, ' W- .J va, af M , --J Y' 'fgvfi YYZ-A -f - ,,K':'-'i,1:.-L Q u ' , Y' , a- . we La: AN 2: ' x L w Aw. " T, Q 'f 'ak Q' 5, S. f fa ve 1 Q , 1 at is P? ' aa? V1.1 fggjmf. ,.'::,ii5xi.,g Qfg .,-. : ,I Ig. Al Stanbridge Alex Shestakov W Steve Kovacs xt C Q ai . , y.- , N. , . . 51 'x nn x". ' Q 1 -v " . S w w. 'ai , . , 5. KA: W .4 ' is' tl wi Vg '?fL3'2f J : fi' 3 ' . W 2. 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" , - .,,,n'?- dl'5l'2Sk'.'2Es:ir 5 Frank Harris VARSHY TEAM ex me hn Colton Rick Bibbero Sandy Consune Ken DeMana ar ,f'ifiQ3 ., : -. . . .J.i,.?!1yl 5 :vin Qx v . , VF. -.' 'viz E .SY E' .fu . -, Q.. kr 'i co A , ,,. john Kakluchl Bob Philip Qs J 4, 4 .4 gig - .Q .X -8- , - 572, A ' '. Rich Zimmerman Ron Omori Herman While Carl Deringer Tak Yoshida Sf T? . A Y ' Di' wifi Q. ,Q . . TSF2??4' sh-,ihfur 1,-. - :Q f - ng. sw .agzwr ,Xi - E1 5. Yugi :,,EQ'..,n ff 4:-x,,'1q:'32 H 3' ., .' 'vi' 4 Ken Shimosaka .T ' pi' :Ni ' dbh 1, -i , ' i-xt1?Q?5X Y X 12 'M5g,gsvs:'f14L::1 .4 ' -nr- - Q ,, 4 .fggw 23512 .v WSE jan Shannon ' .' f- 'f,.-.pyqfv wh- . , W W il 3 'rx 22 f W. Doug Guillon ,. MQ- . A 'fm-fa ' Z' '4'4i?ff , W -. N Mx x:m.W:M. i,:w,:. , .lk . -, M ' Xf i , . .. ,,,.. is-f 35" W" V ,WJ wa--5-1 u , f ' ' ,- ' A ..z .1 5 -'5-E9-Again I Q ' "x- ,1 .Qlf x 'H' -eip.:-I " +"'v -- ' " Q- ' -Sv . w.- 4a.,fL'- ' -' ,'..-:E vi' f.-' Al Slanbfidge Team in Action Sporxs Editor TRACK TEAM: STRONG v R A R s I T Y I 3 O S I 2 0 S CCNTE DERS FUR A.A.A. TITLE As the Surveyor goes to press, the Eagle traekmen coached by Mr. Redlick and Mr. Nelson are top con- tenders for the 1964 A.A.A, title. The varsity and 120ls are currently undefeated, and the 130's are an even .500. Both coaches feel that with a little luck and a lot of hard work, the team can defeat the rest of the city's teams. Outstanding varsity performers include Prince, Provost, Smith, and Benton in the sprints, johnson and Baranoffin the 440, and Thomas in the 880. johnson and Kirtman look good in the hurdles, and the relay team of Provost, Prince, Wells, and Benton could break the city record. The weightmen are led by Wells, Bern- 'liit 5 we stein, Salisbury, and Duckworth. The lield events are led by Russell and Benton in the broad jump, Gordon and Holmes in the high jump, and Sussman is the lead- ing pole vaulter. The lightweight performers are: Patillo, Yerman, Greenberg, Piper, Scott, Gaines, Garrett, Sims, Fromer, Robinson, Silverstein, and L. Gordon. The 120's are led by O. Coleman, Mosely, Pagcaliwagon, Colyear,j. Coleman, Rago, Israel, Wong, Nakano, and Kormos. We think that with the performances already turned in so far, the team will go all the way, and capture the A.A.A. track title. E T e iii n ' l-I 1, 'i ' if . s g-fi U 452 til ig.f.?':vfw,:.I.' y A 3. :. .Jn ' Q . ., .Z ,ft A rfzfig-,1f'i,.i 9,594 :",,,w ' J ' ' - , ::'.,,',"j23i""Lv,,: f .gag ' 2'3:r..,,g. , A .. . k it G, W, N. t rt gk w . 4 X ly uv ti .sv at " B J yy .T . - ,! v 7 Yi. H . -, ' 'fr-"' W- 5 ' mu .. - M me H .grae , . tw, ' , q "' Xa if SUS. Q Wi x of -xp, ,fax 5 1 iw., x X a 4 5" M, 'lf' x fa 2 Q- C 0 Wa? 5 ws., X 'B K Q 5: fr x 43 td , 5 " . 5 Q ii. eg A 09 ' :,:., "Hs 4...f,-, N-12.4 . B' rf,ff,,1'-':rf'.52fafIztf. ' W X '?gfL?,l.i3f Siiiif fl ITT s ,Ur Q ' i iii l x Q . . t lll Q-.54 ,r,-3 . .Y -A' , eh! H ,..,,, E f ' T Irie Q 'tc-f ff "-'-if 5 My 'Sl Aiftu. - Q- 1 11 1tf',,,-55 eng, i iv f 'fi .. ,414-:El r ' , ,Q ' ' ' ' 9 f '. Aa Rf! V449 19, g3cf,...af'T'n 11 A ' ,t,c:Xz' 'i. , Eli LVL -Hgh, MW ck ' , I, .L-,1f.11Qg,,Q5'w,:,'1 . , ' ,-f.Q2."iQf9fLjY:'I,.f1f'-' Q ' ' . " g g I '- Jr: . Y gf . I T QX Pal Miller Hzad Sang Girl SONG GIRLS Mike Rage, Dan Kee, Lillian Bevcrly and YELL LEADERS Laura Lubarsky 1963 Lille Fo Avonce S h svfmg '964 . SCNG GIRLS Kathy Gerson Sue Miller Head Song Girl , AI Slanbridge, Bill Cun-ie, Bob Merchant, Rick Meyerhoff, jay Collins- and YELL LEADERS Lorna Hoshiyama Amaly Alomian 123 4 I Doug Sweet Vke-President Colette Mercier Treasurer - -+ jerry Woolf Preshienl CLASS OF FALL 1963 Our little class, made up of less than 200 grad- uates, came into being in February of 1961. Al- though we were small, we were strong, full of spirit, and willing to work and work hard. In our sophomore year we planted shrubbery in order to further beautify our school. We also had numerous cake sales and car washes. During our junior year we presented our jun- ior Day entitled "West Side" and the junior Day Dance, "Dance in the Gym." Next, came our fabu- lous junior Prom, "Midnight Magic" which was held in the Grand Ballroom of the Fairmont Hotel. From there the time flew by and before we knew it we were high and mighty seniors, with much excitement ahead. There was Senior Day, "On The Beach," and the dance "Beach Ball." Our Senior Prom, "Arivederci," was held at the St. Francis Hotel in the Italian Room. Commencement exercises on january 29, 1964 brought to an end our three years at George Wash- ington High School, but three years never to be forgotten. Arlene Hewlett Exec. Council Marsha Rhine Secretary Betsy Franklin Exec. Council DWIGHT ABRAHAM - Football, swim- ming, wrestling. jOHN AHERN-Scarlet and Grey. WENDY ALLPORT-GSS. GAA pres, jr. and Sr. Day, SB sccly, 2nd V.P., H-10 V.P. ,. ' Mm 1 ,I .A L :y ' ,Q xg -. aff- A ' 4 ' JUDY ALLYN-css. GAA.-lr. Day. ' ,Q it 2 RICHARD ANDERSON -jv baskelbali. " D ROBERT ANDERSON . ' .... ui . ' ' 'f'?'?'37 Efiiiiw " " ' MW ' I , RON BALAKIAN-Letterman, jv Sc var- ' . sity football, lrack, jr, and Sr. Day, 4 EMMA EALANGA -Jr. and sf. Day. " EDWARD BALONEY TANIA BARANOFF JACKIE BAREILLES-Prin. Cab.. jr, and Sr. Day. MARY BARFIELD-GAA.-Ir. Sc Sr. Day. main .91 sd . - .- .! ,yr i '72s ,. .N 1 - x Q ."' - N 6 5 K , A ' 4'-AI. A I -Twzf ' CAROL BATEMAN-Jr. Sc Sr. Day. Ex. Dance Comm., Ex. Council L-I0 sccly, reg VP. SUE BATES jO ANN BENSON -Red Cross, reg sccly. . ... 4 'gm 4 - 'M . mcg :X 'Wi 'rw' . Y, xx. Hqwm wa 9-PQ wg. x af VEEJAY BHARGAVA ROBERT BOSIN-jr. Day, reg. BRIAN BOWEN uw a.5,..f uanyfi' .1 Exif ,.. S : 9 33,41 :ng gf' Q ' Q - . 2 3 1-Q BOB BENTLEY-Soccer, Eagle rep. BEVERLY BENTON-GAA, Adv. Girl's C-lee. FRANK BERMINGHAM Wgmwm ..,E M vw 'M. f sw 'K E-Ziff' R 1. .. , XV' ' .Q X A K. .wwf ,Q . W. .A 3, , , , 212:22 W CW3... W'Vw . t rv . f ,t t ' ,,. X1 37"?' -W. ?f5ff?Z'?i?Ia ' ' A 7 "2 gf- lf., 41-iff V 3-'i 65392 312914 , P-1,5 H lreas. E gf. I 1 -- ', g W ' 1' ti' wa? ' 2- A ' R ' . .Li 1 8 ,1 Q rfb A X Us '.. H vw -11... gmwww, .m'wp ' :Win 'W , '9'f1Q.W: hz . V23 -1 , 4 f- . jg we Mg. J vy,5S,. PATRICIA Bowsnk ' 0 gf rig. , Lwyvz- ' .Q ' ' y + gm' 1 AJ . 5 'Qf jAMES BRANSTEN-Scarlet 8: Grey,jr. 8: 'N ' ' X Sf,-' . Sr. Day, World Affairs Club. ' A ' JERRY BRUCKMAN 1,531-W -A O 1 'L'5E151i' .M . on L. X' 'N I 3-' RICHARD CAMPBELL-Letterman, swim lcam. ERN EST CH EU CRAIG CLARK-Scarlet 8: Grey. Ya ' A5 figfs- A I-fi:.Sf.g waxy y .swf -15 " ff F Q iw . s ze 4 ., ,Q A 9 ne, A ?:3::aT.lTg, ii . - 1 uma '. x',fyf Q 1 ...L if ' .M , H QB x Fa' ' QW bf' U M ... f. . ""ii?L'i.Q: e..i6,...a.... xiii " ' Q gy ggpergw ... gg5f5,g53xz,t'Me'.,Q , I .MAX-I-.,5,. 2-f,s:?1sr ' 1 . A A -J qi ':':.Q'i' Q ' x ii' gi ., I afar.. ' N . Q::'I3'fff'3-' Q .A K g,.:,,...,- h s, h 'Q-...cf 'L 5 'fi -WL, . S A - .fini ,' 3 Sig? H' ii' Ri ce' , -, fV',.:s?r . K, 55,ig.g:::e."" asrgm .i.T2,f'?f fl Q 'l'g.,,,. -,,, I! ...nga :SU 'L' ' wiggiig' lu 1. 0-I-S. . QA. . WW ei'?.., ,. ,. . ,. f, in-S fi.. , ::,,,.,,: K V ' f A fgzsf' CONNIE CLAY JAN CLAYTON-Scarlet Bc Grey. CvAA,jr. H: Sr. Day, Red Cross. Princ. Cab., reg. pres., seczy.. lreas. .IENNIFER Qous-jr. sc sr. Day, GAA, H- ll lreas., reg. secty., vp. DIANA COLEMAN-GSS, CSF, Block W, jr. Day. GAA secxy., reg. officer. SUSAN COLVIN -GSS, Sr. Adv., Scarlet 84: Grey, reg. lreas., jr. lk Sr. Dny, Prine. Cab. KEN COLYER-Scarlet sf Grey. jr. my, Princ. Cab., reg. pres. GREG CYKMAN - Lellcrmen jr. 8: Sr. Day. Scarlet 8: Grey, L-10 lreas. JEANNINE DALTON SUSANNE DAVIS-Scarlet Kc Grey,jr. Day, reg. pres, and secly. W W. V-, fl irsvf 1 1 .-1 ' " j.'f:.,A, .A 1 fn A N f' lm W 2' . fia- MARILYN ERKKILA-Scarlet 8: Grey, jr. " "'W'5l7f' 8: Sr. Day, Ex. Dance Comm., song girl, L-10 secly., reg. pres. Mfmco ssmzozlx -rep. vr. sAu.v FELSCH-GAA, jr. my. QC ART CONNELLY-Eagles, Leucrmen, jr. Bc Sr. Day. swim team, class pres., lreas., VP, reg. pres. BRIAN CRANERT-Eagle pres., Leiter- men pres., Hvll pres., football, golf, swim reams, reg. omcenjr. 8: Sr. Day. CATHLEEN CRONIN -Scarlet Xa GrCy,jr. 8: Sr. Day, H-ll secty., Princ. Cab. 'f 4 'X' 1 1- l .'2"g' I, Q .1 L. X ,.l?- V Q 'W 'W" ,, '?2f ', '?-ir' N 1 Q. It ASX W ' 'B' ,, . qz- X 4 I L Q ARTHUR DULBERG-basketball. LANE ELIZARDE-.IV football, lrack ELXSE EPSTEIN , as , s " wg V B . Q, . 4, - , . -Xxx Y ' 1 1 A N.: , K1 I y I :s H3 'l KN Z A T' f, f ' b ,:A,Wf .1 sales? . 2 f - SUE FIELDS-GSS, GAA,-Ir. 8: Sr. Day, SB km L,r , ,, ix 1 Q' I , 7' lreas. Ex. Council, LOUIS FINLEY -JV football, track. VIVIAN FISHER MARCIE FONG K ,W ' ' 1 e f - RON r0Nc-Eagles, Scnrlel ss Grey, jr. sc , A fam Q Q Sr. Day, reg. pres., foolball,jV baseball. ' ' x -, gf. "1 ' 'T ELIZABETH FRANKLIN-css, GAA,jr, -' 'M V 8: Sr. Day. ,TLS , ' - bnixzf' Q . 1 I 9 lf? .. 'sf 7 flflilirglffffl Q 2" ' 9 Elixir' I I f- -A ,. . I r A GEORGIA FREYSLABEN-GAA. 1. 3-ss' 1 gf, if .. ' MA, f' DAVE FRIEDMAN-Eagles, foolball, Lel- . - ' - lermen, jr. 8: Sr. Day. M w TONY GALLARDO-SB president. Bxgles, I band, H-10 res. 55 xx I. N ,. P 'me ' . x 1 RUTH GARBELL-GSS, jr. Sc Sr. Day, I GAA historian, reg. secly.. Surveyor staff. -IAMES GARCIA FRANK GARFIELD-jr. 8: Sr. Day, CSF, Ex. Council, World Affairs club. 9 A -if: ,xx ,nn : "s'A .b A 1 ,s - . - l'31'5U5' . - ' ve Y -s si 4 ,.. ' I ve If - n W ' 1 ' J .A l.f K . GEORGE GROMADSKI-Scarlet Bc Grey, reg. VP, track, swimming, cross country, basketball. PAMELA HAINES-GAA, Red Cross. ROBERT HAINES-Eagles, jr. 8: Sr. Day. Scarlet 8: Grey, reg. pres., Eagle rep. BEVERLY HALL- jr. Day, semen sg Grey, Red Cross. BARBARA HAMILTON-jr. 8: Sr. Day, Red Cmss, Eagle rep. KATS HANAYA MA 0 1 . ,y as " W 1 S ' 'E w Y? Milf "" . aft ' if . -J ff-f' f 4. 1 SSX, 1 I BARBARA HARRIS-jr. k Sr. Day, GAA, Bus. Ed. Club. AN NE'l'l'E HASTINGS SAUNDRA HENDERSON A L Nik' :sf-rg! CHARLENE HERDMAN-jr. Day, GAA. ' " wg. ' reg. pres., VP. .. A PAULA HERINGHI-C-AA.-Ir. Day, Block w. css, Prin. cab. -hr , X' JANET HEWARTSEJN -jr. sf sr. Day, fc ul, Q GAA, Block W, commencement secxy. - 9 XY A ,ff ' A V- ' H " . ' TQTQFETET : 'ag .i..,...,f' mv? sl I ' flag, W W ..2.5 , ' 4 V . . 1 1 ARLENE HEwLE1'r-css.cAA,jr.scsr. 4 -. A ll U- 0 Day, Block W, Prin. Cab., Ex. Council. , ' 5 GERRY HOLCOMB-Science club. science ' -- Fair. vw , ,-.N 'zfi-it en . E ., , ELLEN HOLLERAN-swims: Grey.jr. sg 1's,'L,:' ' ' ' Sr, Day, Red Cross, reg. secly. y TX' f i ' 1' X ANNIE HOLLOWAY MARY HONTALAS-Scarlet 8: Grey,jr. 8: Sr. Day, GAA, reg. VP. secly. CORRINNE HOOBYAR-GSS, Block W. Scarlet 8: Grey, jr. Day, Sr. Adv., reg. VP, lreas. ' 2 he AK. , isp ' 09' f " zgafwfq if M br: , fl ::?:'3.l' A L 5'-gr: : ' . Vai? Wh' 2 v - :'2'?.z fgizr ', Q ,...'5' if : A A? ?f'fi?5j - i" fl VIRGINIA HUMBURG-Acappella. '-MIL' ' ' I 1 ' Q, I . f , l if CARL IIYAMA I , -Wifi A ,Q-1 RICHARD ISHIDA-Cross Country, track. ' ' EI" ,Q ffj"4'fl'2f . . I' i fx X ' .s. ' N 'Im 1 K ga 4 I ,-I :gy 1 . , Iv! HELEN JONES BEVERLY -IUE-GAA, Block w, jr. my, Scarlet Sc Grey. HARRYETTE KACHALSKY-Red Cruss. jr. 8: Sr. Day. reg. pres., VP. .,1 ,.: : ,Q - , . Q ve- at sf, U!-'.l:1'.,S5 , ., ' .3 ' wr I, E15 1 I A 1 EY 06, JOHN LAPADURA ANITA LEE-jr. Bc Sr. Day, Red Cross, reg. secxy., gen. dance comm. MARSHA LERNER-GSS, jr. Sc Sr. Day, GAA, CSF, Princ, Cab., Ex. Coun. L-ll Ireas. 'S K ,s nip V A ax? ' , 5' 3' " 3355.239 ' - J Ifyafpw 'J - ez' 5113. ' ' .Jeff Q--! I . I-I .M ' he 2. U . I ,iw ' -ak E 4 , ri ,, . 0. Q I .-X , f ' q,f.!"r:..,rv' .en 5-- uagz 6 ,129 :X i ae. Wifi 09. 1 : 91.5. mfiw I V - K 181. V 16.4 rw .gz N, vig 5 PAUL KANTZ ' ROBERT KAMLER KATIE LANER-GAA f.. f 1 -Q eHP,.f..r , 4 x Q0 192. erg- .. - Y, B , I EQEIETE. 4 . 1 , Q 5, 4 I , , M511 ,. Qs.. 1" f '+ 1.2, H 1 , 1 f I Q? at I 3 3. .':.-1 .:", MZ!!! A "W F5 I .255 GABE LEVY-Advanced band, drum corps. BARBARA LEWIS CARMENCITA LEWIS-Scarlet Bc Grey, jr. 8: Sr. Day, GAA, Eagle rep., reg. treas.. VP. sealy. I 1 -ia . Egg: I ' -E' ' , ' JAMES LIGGONS-sr. Day, Adv. Band, ZL'?I2f ZEEEEEEEQ 5 I . -3-I fi '53 , ..fflg,. ' .. .H fIi.:..a.2 " ' I 4.4. I." ' 5 Pnnc. Cab., SCarlel8c Grey. 1 K vi I . KEN LOWLIS . . 35- I ' Q ,Q . . 0 .3 39 VVONNEMARNETT-jr. asf. Day, GAA, ' 1 M, V whip. I 0.15115 gmj '. wi u ?'3" j, 'fg,, ,I-fhqtve 4 " - I4 J'.5Et!:""? I, ,air-If-1' 55 Q , Aff-W-Q W' fggillf v,.,vgt2L,Q.1 -A If - I .. iw ,rv , 5,25 , g . I - 3 Q, - 5323, , . COLETTE MERCIER-Gss, GAA, wmp, wt' 'Q , ' , ki, 'T ' flggi Q.,-Ig 6,1 jr. 8: Sr. Day, CSF Ireas., VP, Block W, H-12 3.251 W t 3 . - 7 q"91'3fgf,., Q 'Y ' Ireas., reg. olliccr, French Club. r. 2.1 nfl . ,. If . .I j . -5 ' ' I 5?-J, 4 NAIL MINAI-Eaglgs, Whip,-lr. Day, I..12 ' ,. " " ' lreas., cross country, track. . -' ' K GEOFFREY MIZEL- r. s. sr. Da , mek, . . Y f- - , ,- ,, ,, N , I basketball, French Club, German Club. W .hifi - E 1 - F1'gia1w-2 -'ff ' 2 .2 "l,'P'9"f,.'.. I'!"5"5"!,.' " .. E "'I I TNQ.. , "W QEIIQQQS? ' fiilfgaef fv ff 'Es' f2rs1f2-Q 31.225224 fjilli I ".. . Y Ufueef' 4.17 ' RHODA MIzIs-Searle: sg Grey. GAA. , 5 . .I g f-If Princ. Cab., Ex. Council. 't rm QW W- ,Y 54' A 3' W ' ' IMI ' . '- ' a . , F" ' . a 2 4 ' . I DAVE MONTERO-baseball ' ,, .5 Q 3 51 V529 Jr-3 ' ,E 'I' BETTY MOORE-jr. Day, GAA, Red Cross, K ,.' ' Advanced Chorus. 1' I v ' 1. I -2 f ,gl " 0 .1 ' 'I 3 ' ' .0.g..1Qg -'N-1 .1 wf ' - ' . 'iw' .1 '. - 5 " "cz l 'If ,115--f ' . 5 N 9-34""f1 'QSU9' ' -lag ,- 1 . . wx? 5.5 . 3 Eg' Q ' 'QE WILLIAM MORRIS-basketball, Irack. ' N ,. .Sql I . nf, 4,5 wg: 'j ' CHRISTINE MURPHY-css, GAA,jr, sf . , 1 "I ' Sr. Day, Scarlet 8: Grey, Block W, L-12 VP, I mgkj' H-l0 secty., A Cappella. 7 . ,, .,, ' YUK E 4 l il-g:'f,,,i : 0 MUTO If-:.,'f' I 72 , 22 :S-'51 aw, l ?.'f'i'2T?' ws 'f 'W -I " 553341 Y f' 3123 15:52 gig.-31 Ef .3 If 'f"f: ' 35' CYNTHIA NAKANISHI ry ,e. f ' ' 1 I 'Q ' mf? " , JUDY NANCE iight 'x ' -,1- , ELVAIN NIoUs xg. , ,,. . . 1 1 Q I " ??E5f . 4ie2w ' .. , ..i,t ,.?. ,. , ' " ,gfiigigwn ww " s .- my ELVliRE'l'l' PARKS M CAROLYN PECK MIRIAM PETRANKER-GAA, jr. nay, Red Cross, Princ. Cab. 5.,:.,.,,:7 X. -ai' A v v 'wrt' -5. ln, l A- up-usa: 413171 V 4-'f'a..x Y m of H 'OJ .y. , , X 11'- VN.,-,. , JN :A K: ..V, .af A, ,M fi, f 4 'iv . . -A i,,- . , - , , 5 -. 4.3149 1 A M E5 gn: 5 55 si E fd:- -W r' ' C A .. NW x QF! 5:9 , .. v-.1 Q, vw :r: .4 ' PU Fl . w ggi .. r 5 D L o 3 T1 5 L S 3. an :A I 2 5 -- 3 ,, -, 5 I2 ' "?7Z'? QL ,all -, T L v .1 9' .MQ f ...J if' il: 9 A xrgfj :I A .fit 4. 1 I - NANCY NISHIMURA g ' LYNDA ONO-GAA,-lr. sg sr. my. 4 PAT PALISI-jr. Sc Sr, Day, GAA, E.-,gin rep.. reg. secly. DAVID POTTER-Swim team. ROLAND PRATOUSSY CHRIS PRAY -jr. 8: Sr. Day, Rally comm., reg. lreas,, VP. .-Auf' A-'W if .,.- A 1 ar? A ,lx JOYCE REDDICK-jr. Sc Sr. Day. GAA Engle rep., reg. xreas. MARSHA RHINE-GSS alumni secly.. L-l 2 H-12 secty., Princ. Cab., Block W, GAA Surveyor staff, Whips, reg. officers. FELIX SAGU N SONDRA SAGER-jr. 8: Sr. Day, GAA, lerm play. LORRAINE SALDUBEHERE-Scarlel 8: Grey. VAL SALVADOR-jr. sc sr. Day, A Cap- pella, reg. Ircals. L 'T ' 7"...:1' Q1-x.: iii: -. ... ,- LEWIS SCOTT-Senior Adv.. track, fool- ball, cross country. FAYE SEARCIE- Princ. Cab. ELLEN SELLINGER-GAA,jr. llc Sr. Day. Scarlet 8: Grey. ,x..a I AM! X FRANK SANCHEZ " -. A -. 1 NST. GAIL SAVlN-GAA.-Ir, 8: Sr. Day. LANCE SCOBLE 'N2'fPr2v,5v':. A A Wi? "P " pl ' 5, 1 DIANE SENGENBERGER-Princ. Cab., ' -- 3 . ' reg. Ireas., VP. 's , - H I ! 5-4 ' 1,1 9 T DIANA sl-IAFFER N ' , 1. . MAX SIEMEL-Reg. rreas., football man- R Q K ' -. In I XJ' ' agar. 8 , I V A -.....,,.....-3 .E frgm A r'5':'::' - 3 lm-'92 ' 233-s: . ., I 4 , Ia TOM SMITH I - 4 , ,, , 5, 3A , ' rx - I , 5 WAYNE SPAR-Dgles, CSF,-lr. 8: Sr. Day ' ' ' +- 2 V Senior adv., Princ. Cab., reg. pres., VP. 1. -f- . . if X " i ESTI-IEI1 STERN 1 V ' ' ' ' If 1 .rag l Ili HAL TAUBER-Eagles, senior adv., adv. band, Princ. Cab., reg, VP, lreas, PATRICIA THOMPSON-GSS, Scarlet Bc Grey,jr. 8: Sr. Day, GAA, L-ll secly,, H-11 VP, reg. lreas., secty. CONNIE TURNER-GSS, Scarlet Bc Grey, Jr. 8: Sr. Day, Block W, GAA, reg. pres., ACappella. -If 52-., , , ,. 'xg xi fa, A if , if .aw xg 0:2 gzfx'.f3 .:,' ' X2 l Y V- .gtg gig: H -935.5-gfs S. 1 , !" 1'l'Q"' 'El iff: H1 E fm - , ' , .1 V' -'fy f' , vi., . ' ' ,, ,P . Au, K i K S . HL A 1 A W ish Q L' ' ref RICK WARD-jr. 8: Sr. Day, Science Club, Eagle rep. VINCENT WELCHER-Sr, Day. PIERRE WILLIAMS 5.0 . is., QW., tha DWAIN SWAIN-Football, reg. lreas., sen- ior advisor. WILLIE SWANSON DOUG SWEET-Lemfrmen, jr. Bc Sr. Day swim leam, golf team, H-I2 VP, reg. pres ITE5T5'fa?5351if ff'15-fxiaagii ?"E-Eff Q27 sawn . 'L .,..1:I' :H I H lf'f1.ft': ' is 'ar wav. r 'bfi Q Q ,,, +1L'Q3.x 'fgggul .25 7333 ' I ix ' I' .. rv , . ' . .. wins' ' ' Q ... - 'vu' 2 2? .. . .m... ,.::f?gfh ., sig ,. ,I A QM?-+f:fsfsI5. is A""Sg2r?:.'5f.g:fz2g?f3x ::9:,. gg ts, ' ' ' ., . l J re fa- . ,V 'Rl' X rx 'M Q-'eu QTQE1' I mn .h WTI. me-I . I. .g Y v 4 't Vim r' r'Y,5 3, s 223 x 1 'az . I I A I -K? , My. t Vik., if 1 ggi-5,-. 3 ,. W 4.5 1 rr . , , :FI BW' 4' r"1?5 ' l',.",j . iw A . y I gf, ' - I'-I u K .4 " ROSALINO VALENCIA MARIAN VALPUTIC-GSS,jr. Bc Sr. Day Block W, GAA, Whips, World Affairs Club Princ. Cab, VICKI WALLER-jr, 8: Sr. Day. -4, 155 ailing' 355fg- - .. .. . fra' egiifmi 34?f7?'F' Viwim E-if!-sf' . TA' -frfsifzf :I.?:?-Si. ' , 'nesting , 9. I.. vv. sg-43 ' ' 3' 'j , M, . . as , , SHIRLEY WILLIAMS-Jr. 3: Sr. Day, Exec. Dance comm., Scarlet 8: Grey, Princ. Cab., reg. treas, CARL WILSON SANDRA WINFREY e SUE WINSLOW -jr. 8:Sr. Day, Stage Crew, Eagle rep., reg. sealy. JAN WOOD-jr. 8: Sr. Day, GAA. JERRY WOOLF-Eagles, football, Scarlet 8: Grey, L-I2, H-I2 presidenr,-Ir. 84 Sr. Day. Q.-., WW.- g f-fy 4 ww iff' , fs., rz..::f' PHxLIPVATABIJ-scarlenaccreygr,scsr. " - Q. 1,35 f Q- A , Day, Senior Adv., Bridge Club, reg. VP. -wifi, , W -' 1... 1 .c , MBE, J '. DON YERBIC-Letlermen, football, swim --' ' ' ' 4. seam. .,, , .fe A ,. W . ' ALFRED YOUNG-jr. Sc Sr. Day, lrnck. A ,.. cross country. wrestling. Leuermen. Eagle . . l , S 53. rep, , 1, . Kris . 'JYQVAX' ' ' ' ' Tjliiilfiflf GWENDOLYN YOUNG rg ! 1. I 9 Q Autographs 137 11 ff ,v"""' sa' Rick Bibbero Vice President Roseta Pearson Trzasurn Arai-at Pogosian President CLASS OF SPRING 1964 In September of 1961 our class entered George Washington. At a total of 900 students we were one of the largest classes ever to enter this school. Organization was diliicult with so many scattered individuals, but we managed to unite and thereby carry out all our activities with great SUCCESS. During our sophomore year we held a very successful cake sale under the leadership of our president, Bob Masuda, and our vice president, Bob Merchant. With the money derived from this cake sale we planted shrubbery. As our term proj- ect we sent Eagle newspapers to servicemen who had formerly attended Washington. In our junior year our big project was junior Day, "The Bears and the Bees," and our junior Prom, "Midnight Mist" at the Fairmont Hotel. Our senior year projects began with the pre- sentation of a movie to earn money for our Senior prom. From our treasury we arranged for a trophy in memory of john F. Kennedy to be awarded each year to a graduating senior excelling in leadership in his class and school. Our Senior Day, "Guts and jewels" was followed by our successful Senior Day Dance and a senior picnic the next day. The crown- ing touch to our entire senior year was our beauti- ful senior prom, "Moments to Remember," at the St. Francis. Finally with mixed emotions we grad- uated from George Washington at the Opera House on june ll, 1964. 138 Berwyn Lee Exec. Council Lille Foster Szculary Wendy Bollier Exrc. Cnu nril JOHN ABRAHAMS AIAN ADAMS-Plans l0 :mend City Col- lege. -IOHN ADAMS-Boys' Glee. A Cappella.. Varsity Football, term play. 4 .F ZENAIDA AGBAYANI-Business Club 'IOHN AHNIN BRUCE AITKEN QS fa -. .- a wk' -5 f gg' -25511 3 87215 iL1:' .!'xf X , O tEZfgw4r5.,. .. ROBERT AJLOUNY ' g ROSA AKERSTEIN-Princ. Cab., Sr. Day, German Club, Scarlet 8: Grey. reg. pres., sec. WALEX AKIMOFF-cross Country, track, NATALIA ALEXIEFF-Princ. Cab., Red Cross, C.S.F., reg. pres., lreas. WILLIAM ALGER- Basketball, Tennis, Bowling, Sen. Advisor. Eagle Staff, Ar- codians, reg. pres. DOLORES ALLEN-G.A.A.. Youth for Christ Club. 3.0, EUGENE ALBERT CAROLYN ALBERTS-jr. 8: Sr. Day Senior Advisor, Dance Comm.. G.S.S. G.A,A.. Block W. SUSAN ALDRIDGE-jr. Day. Red Cross. Sr. Day, reg. sec. :QQ l l s JUDITH ANDRE-G.A.A., Science Club, Block W, Sr. Day. RONALD APPEL-Swim team, Chess club, reg. lreas. KIRBY APPS l -IUANITA ARMSTRONG-Whips.jr. 8: Sr. Day, Senior Advisor, A Cappella, Girls' Chorus, Red Cross, G.A.A. BEVERLY ASSALINO-Term Play, Pres. Block W, Masquers Club, A Cappella, G.A.A., Rally Comm., Sr. Day. AMALY ATOMIAN -G.S.S.. G.A.A.. Block W. A Cappella. L-ll Sc L-12 Sec., C,S.F.,jr. Sc Sr. Day. Song Girl. WILLIAM ALLEN-Prin. Cab., Scarlet Sc Grey. jr. B: Sr. Day, reg. pres. NICK AMARISEFF-Student Body Yell Leader. BILLY ANDERSON-Plans to attend City College. as 4 ,--q sv ' ,'.V.,,Z',, ' 3 ' I 1.7, H5145 W. V' nj -I .vr ages if 'W fnayr ' nh , M V I .-- Q' ' 31 0 :1 ' L V . 5 I . x I Y s , A I 5 ' , Q ., , an , SYLVIA ARANA MICHAEL ARITA-Plans to auend City College. THOMAS ARMBRUSTER-Plans loaltend S.F. Snare College, 4 Q TONY AUERBACH-Plans lu attend City College. , jl-IAN AVENEL YVONNE AZEUEDO-Masquers Club. DAGMAR BAHR-A Cappella, Reg. sec., G.A.A.,jr. 8: Sr. Day, Girls' Choir. GEORGE BARANOFF-Track team, reg. v.p., Football. MERRITI' BARNES-Baseball, Eagle Soc.. Football, Basketball, Exec. Coun. Rep., Class Pres. STEPHANIE BATANIDES - G,A.A. G.S.S., Red Cross, Eagle Rep.. reg. Lreas. Exec. Dance Comm., Rally Comm., Prin Cab., jr. Day. PETER BAYLACQ-Letterman Soc.. Sr. Day, Term Play, reg. pres., Viscounts. LAWRENCE BECKER 4 i + - 4566? .4 mails- . fm DAVID BARRS-Plm. Cab., Eagle Soc., -2532.3 me Sen. Advisor, Track, Cross Country, C,S.F., 'f"'F3'. gf.. l his Letterman, reg. pres. f, 5, :K - 1' 9. 5251 V A 34,32 ,ff ,flff-' DIANE BASE-Plans to attend City col- ' U .2 sf x :e--l v i ,V . ' lege. ' 4 ' 1 fi PETER BATANIDES-Track, Cross Coun- -lf' S. .. try. 'J . ' : f..:j 'w 1 z- 1 :,-E? uf? E' lf Q. T A 'W " - n. H, .5-. .-.. ,gray . M? . A , If - A5539 , 0- 5 1 f 'A' . '41 ,lei v .- H 5: s 03. 4, ' nw- 1 . J' ig?n.1d .ff ...an x W 1 . V, at , Tri, 33,2-W' lanky . 11 r 3' . 5,13 If , I x ' ILE . If k . as MICHAEL BENVENISTE-Stage Crew. Rally Comm., World Affairs Club, Exec. Dance Comm. -IOHN BERARDELLI -Plans to attend col- lege. MARCIA BERNSTEIN-G.A.A., Sec. 8: Pres.. Block W, C-.S.S., Prin. Cab., C.S.F., Library Staff,-Ir. Day. Eagle Rep., reg. sec.. treas., v.p., Sr. Advisor. JENNIFER BELL-G.A.A., A Cappella, Youth for Christ. ROBERT BELOUS-Plans to attend col- ' lege. I BARBARA BENSON-Plans to attend col- M lege. , XV. J' X Q 1. 3' J":,1:?' 3533 5 ri , " ,. k iff- - . I .4 3 1 - ' ' . '--f , Q. , 1 'ET MA: kgs W . -,,,-df.. W.: E' sig? :ra g -225 J.. ' , ' A , x av ',.. l BONNIE BIRSINGER-G.S.A., G.A.A.. Block W, C.S.F., reg. pres., Prin. Cab.,-lr. 8: Sr. Day. WENDY BOLLIER - Block W, G.A.A.. G.S.S., Sen. Advisor. H-I2 Exec. Council Rep.,jr. 8: Sr. Day, Donalelos MARGARITA BOTELHO-C.S.F., G.A.A.. G.S.S., Red Cross, Block W, Eagle Editor, reg. lreas. MYRON BERNSTEI N LILLIAM BEVERLY-G.S.S., Asst. Yell Leader, Block W, G.A,A., Exec. Advisory Board, jr. 8: Sr. Day, Bus. Ed. Club, Gen. Dance Comm., Floral Arts Club, Whip, Eagle Rep., reg. treas. RICHARD BIBBERO-Letlermen Pres. 8: V.P., Swim team, Eagle staff, reg. pres., treas., H-ll lreas., H-I2 V.P., Senior Advisor. .l GLORIA BREITENSTEIN-G.A.A., C.S.F., Eagle Rep.. Scarlet 8: Grey, reg. sec. JACQUELINE BREWER DEL BROWN- Football, Track, reg. pres. OLGA BOURLIN PATRICIA BOYSON-G.A.A.. Exec. Dance Comm., Prin. Cab., jr. 8: Sr. Day, Senior Advisor, reg. pres. LINDA BRAND-Senior Day Director. A PATRICIA BRUCOLI - Rally Comm., Adv. Dance, reg. sec. 8: treas. COLETTE BRUNET-Scarlet 8: Grey. ROBERT BUCKTER-Plans to amend City College. ROBERT BURNS - Letterman, Football, reg. pres. FRANK BUSH -Plans to attend college. MICHAEL BUTILLA CLAUDIA CADWALLADER-Sr. Day, reg. Sec. PATSY CAIN-Prin. Cab., G.A.A., Red Cross, Eagle Rep., Science Club, Sr. Day Choreogmpher, Drama Club, reg. vice president. YVONNE CALL-A cappella. l i -IOHN CANATA-Prin. Cab.. Track team, Whip, Dance Comm.. Sr. Day. NOREEN CANTWELL-Plans to attend City College, LI RIO CAPIL- Plans to become a model. ,' ggi, if ELIZABETH BUTTE ' f AVELINA CACAPIT-Scarlet8cGrey. Bus. 'lv' Ed. Club, lhgle Rep. LE ROY CADE-Track team. fs Yi. fr lil-7" L 'gl A X v ip. i if Y J' ,B- 5. NATHAN CAMMACK-Rally Band, reg. v.p. STEVEN CAMPA- Plans to work. STEVEN CAMPBELL-Plans to join the Navy. .5 af 'Q 4 D D CATHANA CARR-G.A.A.. Sr. Day, Girls' Chorus, Dance Comm. BETTY CARTER-Gen. Dance Comm., Whips, A Cappella, Red Cross Sec. 8: V.P.. jr. 8: Sr. Day, G.A.A., Student Body Vice President 8: Secremry, G.S.S., Prin. Cab., Term Play. JULIE CASAGRANDE-Block W, G.A.A.. Scarlet 8: Grey, Red Cross, Dance Comm. THEODORE CARLIN-P.A. Crew. GARY CARLTON-Plans to attend City College. DONALD CARMAN-Eagle Society. Let- termen Society, Scarlet 84 Grey, Baseball. Football, Cross Country, reg. pres. 4 NORMA CEBREIROS-Whip. Prin. Cab., G.A.A. TERRY CESCHI-G.A.A.. Eagle Rep.. reg. sec. Bc lreas. DEXTER CHAN A L I VICTORIA CASALS-jr. Day. Term Play. JUANITA CASTILLO - G.A.A., Eagle Rep., Hostess, reg. lreas. CATHERINE CATO - A Cappella. 1 L WILLIAM CHANG-Dgle Society, Letter- men Scarlet 8: Grey. Basketball. Track, Tennis Student Body Vice President. CLAUDIA CHAPIN-jr. 8: Sr. Day, Dance Comm.. G.A.A.. Red Cross. FRANCESCA CHOUTEAU - Prin. Cab., jr. Bc Sr. Day, Bell Queen, G.A.A., Dona- te os'. X4 ANN CHU-Eagle Rep. STEPHEN CHUNG- ROTC Brigade Com- mander for S.F., Eagle Society, Gen. Dance Comm., Senior Advisor, reg. pres., C.S.F., Saber Club. JOHN CLAYTON -Eagle Society, Scarlet 8: Grey, C.S.F., reg. pres. CHERYL CLIFFORD-G.A.A., Sr. Day, San Fmncisco Youth Symphony Orch. RICHARD COFFMAN-Track 8: Cross Country teams. Scarlet 8: Grey. VERN COFFMAN-Scarlet Bc Grey, Mas- !! q'FwQ:vtL Est ' 1 5 Q , 11. - in 5 if , . we quers, Sr. Day. 'his' MARY ELLEN COGBURN-G,A.A.. Eagle Ain", -, 1'?' 4 Rep.. Red Cross. A '51, 12562, 1 Bm. cocucn-P.A. crew. 1: 5' Q , ' , W , KENNETH COMBS-Whip, Dance Comm., ' Eagle Society, Sr. Day, Tennis, reg. v.p. 11-9 WY . zfli? 5'fi'42'nQxf' , C' gg' .:'?2 .a2m Q Eh? 9- tsi ., . - Q A . T59 ' 14- . -W 35 1 F L Ax if rfci, f , ?fx?..5. -gf---5 fy B rf 'f . , . 3 R , Q was . ' 1-sf '- ,QQ A 'Qanwmor A ,. - ,.e. .. ..: ,A V. . QEV f , QQ, " LINNEA COONS-Exec. Dance Comm., G.A.A., Block W, Red Cross, World Affairs, reg. sec. MARY CORPORAL- Plans lo work. ,Q MARY COU'l'l'S-Exec. Dance Comm. Sr. Day, G.A.A. ,E , AA JOSE LOPEZ CONTRERAS - Soccer Team. MICHAEL CONWAY BARBARA COOK-C-.A.A.. Girls Adv. Modern Dance. fi' L DANIEL CRESS-Swim team, Wrestling SANDRA CROWDER- Plans to attend City College. I . JOHN CUNNINGHAM -. 'N f X lv 0.3, team. Q. ,N , . r -I f ' X Eff ALEXIS COWDRIIY-Plans to work. TANYA COY -Red Cross, All City Orch. THOMAS CRANE - Plans to auend college. " ' WILLIAM CURRIE-Fagle society, Letter- 4 .3 5 ji men, Football, Track. JJ Z juni CUTINO- Plans to attend college. ' '-9 'H' if . ui TQ 3 ' Q MICHAEL DAILY-ROTC, umermen so- . J ciety, RICHARD DAMON-Plans to attend City College. DENNIS DA MO'1'I'AJSwim Team, Eagle Rep., Sr. Day, Engineers Club. MARGIT DAVID-G.S.S., Vice Pres., Com- mencement Sec., G.A.A., Blpck W, C.S.F. M. pa.. . as ,E , si X ... x in V 'S' 9 - A SUZANNE DAVIES-G.A.A. Red Cross 5, - . Donaxelosh ' 'ts' V, ' JEEEEEY mvxs ,z PAUL DAVIS-Rally Band, Graphic Am ,. Guild Adv. Band. 1: r f " i' 552:55 RANDALL DAVIS-Golf Team. I V 4 ,W 2,323 ROBERT DAVIS-Swim Team, American FE .A , Field Service Club. Foreign Affairs, Let- 2 ' ' W-Ze' 'I 'E' rerman Society. 5 ' . F 4. RICHARD DAY-Football, reg. pres. H J -'-' gf 'gk GEORGE DEL BARRIO-Scarlet Sc Grey, 1 . Track Team, Sr. Day. : W A ' asa. ' ' Wig ,z ' A ' . gm ' JAM!-is DELMAN-Band. gfz'jg,,g Q gg,- H '- 1.13: HILARIO DELUNA-Plans I0 attend col- ' lege. '. 'EU' RICHARD DORFMAN JUDITH DOS RAMOS-Sr. Day. Red Cross, reg. v.p. 7 pres. WILLIAM DOUGHERTY-Sr. Day, Scar- let 8: Grey, Basketball, reg. treas. MICHAEL DECTER ELEANORA DE FELIPPO TATSUYE DEGUCHI LARISSA DIASCHENKO-C-.A.A., Red Cmss, Spanish Club. JOHN DILLON-Plans to attend City Col- lege. PAUL DOBIE-Basketball Team. SME . , DAVID DRYDEN BRUCE DUNCAN-Senior Advisor, Stamp Re Coin Club, Library Staff. JACQUELINE DUTILH-HQn0myc.s.s.. French Club, A.F.S. Club, G.A.A., reg. ITCBS. 8: sec., Spanish Club, Foreign Exchange Slu- dem. ROBERT DOWNS MORRIS DREXLER-Football, Arcodians. KATHLEEN DRISCOL CAROL EPSOM --Sr. Day. WENDY EUBAN KS LEE EVANS-Baseball team. L . 7 -wr ' 1' wigs was ' We .ities .fs me A . if 1 ::g:g:':, W1:':+ - V ,Epi wr. . vs' ,,, rg a 1 -af ra sewn :sung . .wh f wsu: ' .161 iw? ' . ww. P... 3 Q. X. 'Q v ' 1 0 me 'W C . ,Q ig' .- ANNIE ELLIS- G.A.A. JUDITI-I ELLZEY-Prin. Cab., Senior Ad- visor. MARGARET ENDRESS-Scarlet 8: Grey, World Affairs Club. xg sys s Y a NSI? ' .6 -5 is sg: 3 , . M Te? 19 A ik . PAUL FATH-junior Achievement, reg. pres. JORGE FERNANDEZ-Soccer Team. WILLIAM FIE MARYANN FIELDER-G.A.A., jr. 8: Sr. Day, Donalelos. reg. pres. jAMES FIRTH-Swim Team. Lellcrmen Soc-. reg. pres. 7 treas, MARSHA FISCHEL-Whips, Gen. Dance Comm., Eagle Staff G.A.A., jr. 8: Sr. Day, Princ, Cab. 1 A VICKIE FISHER-Sr. Day, G.A.A. WALTER FISHEROW-C.S.F.. Prin. Cab. Senior Advisor, Eagle Society, Broadcast, Stamp Bc Coin Club. jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. pres. Bc Lreas, jOSEPH FITZPATRICK MOLLY FLEMING-Plans to attend S.F. Smale College. ARTHUR FLORES-Fencing Team, Color Guard, Drill Team, Dmm 8: Bugle Corp. EDLENN FOK- Eagle Society, reg. pres. JP l JOHN FRAGOMENI-jr. sf sr. Day, surge Crew, A Cappella, Term Play. Eagle Rep. , PAUL FRANKS- roolbau, Arcodians, fill if HENRY FREITAS Ax CHENTY FONSECA DELORES FOSTER-G.A.A., Prin. Cab., regnscc. LILLE FOSTER-G,A.A., Student Body Secretary, Song Girl, G.S.S., Sr. 8: jr. Day. DAVID FURUSHO-Scarlet 8: Grey, reg. pres. 7 v.p. IVAN GA LLO-Sr. Day, Christmas Tableau. SUSAN GARCIA-G.A.A., Masquers, Rally Comm. 0 , 'JAMES FRIEDMAN-All City Swim Team, Lettermen, reg. pres. Sc v.p. JONATHAN FROMER--All Cigy Soccer Bc Track, Eagle Society, Lettermen Soc., Scar- let Bc Grey. WARREN FUjlMOTO-Eagle Society, Let- terman, Scarlet 8: Grey, Bachelors. X .F Q 'S fi' 1 1,3 tr' Q-, , .3'. A it-xl 0-'ff J RICHARD GAZZANO- Baseball Team. REYNOLD GEE- H-ll Vice President. ANDY GERA W RAP!-IA!-:LIA GARDELEY - A Cappella. Red Cross, G.A.A., Sr. Day, Eagle Rep. LEONARD GASKELL CONSTANCE GAULT 'm ax L Q. LORRAINE GERSTENKORN - Plans to work. THOMAS GERUGHTY-Plans to attend City College. SUSAN GIBBS-G.A.A., Block W, Prin. Cab., Eagle Rep., reg. sec. RICHARD GIBSON-P.A. Crew, jr. 8: Sr. Day. MICHAEL GILBERT PAUL GILL ELLIOT GIPSON - Plans I0 work. DENIS GLAS- Plans to attend college. CHERYL GLEASON-G.A.A., Scarlet 8: Grey. -IEROME GILLUM-Football, Band, Track team, reg. v.p. ALLEN GINZBURG-Red Cross. ANGEL GIOSSO BETTY GOLDMAN-G.A.A., reg, v.p. STEVE GOLDSMITH-All City Basfball, Arcodians. CAROL GOO-Prin. Cab.. C.A.A. 1+ DOUGLAS GLEN-C.S.F., P.A. Crew, World Affairs Club, Chess Club, Sr. Day. reg. pres. SABINE GNI'l'1'KE-G.A.A., Sr. Day. JANIS GOLDBERG-Scarlet 8: Grey, Sr, Day, G.A.A., Eagle Rep. . JANIS C-RIMM .IANE GROESCHAL NORMAN GROH-Track 8: Cross Country reams, reg. pres, ROBERT GUGGENHEIM-Prin. Cab., ,: . "3" 'I if xg . W2 ., 1 III , ' 'dn 4.9, 1, 8 n :Sig X ,W-uw i ANNA GREEN WILLIAM GREENSPAN-Football, Track team, LOLA GREGG 'u' np. -1- ' I W' ,, - Z' ' 217' 1' ll ' 5 Hug, at :Q ' QS 'I im, 0 ' 'fi' r Bowling Team. Eagle Rep., Stamp 8: Coin . , M "3 Club, Sr. Day, reg. pres. 8: treas. EDMOND GUIRAL -IONATHAN GUTERRES-Baseball team, Sr. Day, Arcodians. 'Q-.QF LANA GROSHELL - Senior Advisor, G.A.A.. Red Cross, reg. pres. Sc treas. FRAN K GRUPICO - Baseball, Scarlet Sc Grey. ALEX GUBERT WILLIAM HABER C-AIL HADFXELD-G.A.A.. Sr. Day, Prin. Cab., Eagle Rep. JEANNETTE HADLEY TOM HALA-I-Plans to attend college. -IAMES HALEY-Scarlet 8: Grey, Letter- men, Golf team. BARBARA HALL-Red Cross, Youth Council. 59 -L TINA HAMBERGER-Whip. Sr. Day, Dance Bid Seller, G.A.A., Eagle Rep., Li- brary Staff. JANET HANSEN DENNIS HARLAN -Gymnastics club. -3 MARTHA HARRIS-G.A.A., reg. treas. PATRICIA HARRIS-Sr. Day. Covells, Dominiques, reg. lreas. GILBERT HARRISON-Rally Band, Dance Band, Truck Team, Football. I Ti l X M .writ V .' V if " ' ., 1 -,fs xx MARIE HALL-Scarlet 8c Grey, Masquers. Sr, Day, G.A.A., Christmas Tableau. GARY HAMADA-Engle Society. Letter- men, Scarlet 3: Grey, Golf Team, Prin, Cab. KENGO HAMAI - Plans to attend City Col- lege. -D ..- I FLOYD HARLEY - Plans to attend City Cul lege, Soccer team, RALPH HARMON-reg. pres. LAWRENCE HARRIS-Scarlet 8: Grey regxtreas. . f' , 2 ,Q llvfll I V, . in- TERESA HEIECK - Prin. Cab., C-.A.A., G.S.S., Block W, jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. v.p., C.S.F. PETER HEILBRUN - Scarlet 8: Grey, Stamp 8: Coin Club. NORM HENRICKS-Lenermen, Sr. Day, Red Cross, .-.Q...x,..?. ..r....., ML, , lf 1456? ' ... KAZU KO HIRANO-G.A.A. U Jr' nxgaiwu griqjgiz at V ' ., 3251, ,gy " . 3 'ilf 3, L.. 13-l 2- 55' Q 12' f - 3.... ga., l . , . wif.. 3- ' ' Eff?ff?-sf '- 4 . 'F ' 'W' nr ae .M r , g N I I ,X GUY HIROSHIMA-Lenermen, reg. v.p. JANE HOLDEN-Masque 84: Gavel, Scarlet k Grey. , Wm, Q . , . . L.. -.1 rg. :Zi-1: 55 J 'I Q. WIN ELAINE HARTY-G.A.A., Sr. Day, Eagle Rep. JOSEPH HAYWARD-Red Cross, Prin. Cab., Soccer Team, Sr. Day, Fagle Rep. TONI HEART-jr. 84 Sr, Day, G.A.A., Red Cross, D'Milas. ELVIN HERBERT ELWYN HERBERT-Track Team, Boys' Glee. jUDITH HERZOG-G.A.A., Sr. Day, Pos- ter Club, reg. sec. am 5. " Q L ig-' - g :- if ?:'Y. Mi , X 'HJ 1 X ' , 5-5-re--Q ' e x : ':-Qgr , , ,,, W ' " -w W V x 15' ,Xl 4 PATRICIA HOLBROOK-Sr. Day, C-.A.A., reg. pres. AUBREY HOLMES - Football, Baseball, Track, Eagle Rep. TERESA H00-Scarlet Bc Grey, G.A.A., Prin. Cab., Red Cross, Library Staff. ROBERT HOOPER-reg. v.p. 8: zreas. PATRICIA HORI KOSHI - Senior Advisor, Block W, Prin. Cab. Sec., G.A.A., G.S.S,, reg. pres, 8: v.p. MARY HORPER-BIOCK W, G.A.A., jr. sc Sr. Day, Scarlet 8: Grey, World Affairs Club. K LINDA HOTCH KISS - Scarlet 8: Grey. PAULA HUDSON-Plans I0 attend Cily College. CRAIG HUGHES-Plans lo attend Arizona Suze College. PT? if - 2 . vglflvdiy . . V53 I ' A ,121 i ' I 5,4 I A rc ROWENA IGNACIO-Red Cross, Sr. Day, C.A.A. SHARON IHRCKE-C-.A.A., Term Play, reg. sec. RONALD IMPERIALE-Baseball, Basker- ball, Track, Football, reg. lreas. lr 4 21.1.3 Q R MU' It fi L.',f- ,. A ,. s 3 f' EDGAR HORWITZ-Plans no go into xhe Air Force Academy. MICHELL HORWITZ-All-City Choir, Prin. Cab., jr. 8: Sr. Day, Eagle Staff, LORNA HOSHIYAMA-SongGirl,G.A.A.. Block W, Scarlet 8: City, Whip. KARLA HUGHES-reg. sec. FRANK HULTMAN-Torque-Maslers. SHARON HUNTER-Eagle Rep.. Covells. G.A.A., reg. sec. 8: treas., Dominiques. .4 gn- TURNER JACKSON -- Baseball, Basketball. .L JILL -IANOW-Science Club, Senior Day. BARBARA jARv1s w 'viii ' S . 4 we Y.. A 0 'B' W 6 6-O ,rs 4.9 can ': 'r A S ' A 4- 1 154-"?' -2 . aff-ff V k 'w,4,?e , Q, are KN . aes' L, GREGORY -IOH NSON 'llu " HAROLD JOHNSON-Football, Baseball, if ' Track, Prin. Cab. Hg-fi-'f ,, . .' ' LAMONTJOHNSON-Football,Baseball. ' 5. ' tk H ANN IRVINE-G.A.A., Sr. Day, Red Cross, Donatelos. reg. sec. 8: u-cas. DAVE IZUKA - Leuermen, GolfTeam, reg pres. 8: v.p. SONIA JACKSON - Plans I0 amend college . A 41:33 ii 4, , g F M x , ,V .3 - 'ikf ff M vi VK LORE'l'I'A JEN-A.F.S., G.A.A., Block W, Prin. Cab., C.S.F,, Scarlet 8: Grey, Red Cross, jr. Day, reg. sec. k Lreas,, Sr. Day. PATRICIA JOHANSON CRAIG QIOHNSON-World Affairs Club, Chess Club, Sr. Day. if fqjfe sen... '3,?.i'!':..g "' Q "f9i'3 , l 1193" ' .?f- 5 4, ff?.' L25 - ,. . I ..: -2 ,, :Qc if -14 A . 'Q' y ' ' . f I 'Q SELL.. 'K ' fl -,IQ -1-r 1'- .. . A vavgf. , .. 325 ' I ffsllgiiz ' Ailrflf' CAROLYN JOHNSTON-Plans to attend S.F. Stale College. CHARLESJONES DEBORAH JONES-C.S.F., G,S.S. Pres., Prin. Cab., G.A.A., World Affairs Club, A.F.S., Sr, Prom Co-Director. ELLIS -IOSEPH - Boys Glee, Whip. MARIE jovlsux-A Cappella. PH ILLI P JUDGE - Football. Leltermen. r ,' ' N b ,N s.-v B JUDITH KAHN-G.S.S., G.A.A., Prin. Cab.,jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. pres., Gen. Dance Comm. VIRGINIA KAI-G.S.S., G,A.A., Song Girl. Scarlet 8c Grey, jr. 8: Sr. Day, H-Il Sec.. L- 12 Vice President. ,IACK KAISER-Prin. Cab., jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. pres. QS' M . A, V T- - . IT JUNE JUNG-A Cappella, Senior Advisor, reg. sec. ' '. i, If -'11 "" 'W' ' I I I , fe '54 Q ,S .3 .WM MICHAEL KAGEHIRO-Scarlet 8: Grey. BRIAN KAHN-Sr. Day. I e, -. L. IRENE KASSIANOV-Scarlei 8: Grey. DANIEL KAVANAUGH NANCY KAWAKAMI - Plans lo allend col- lege. KATHERINE KALAJIAN OLEG KALUZHNY-L-I2 President,-Ir. 8: Sr. Day. reg. v.p. GUNDULA KAMPMANN-German Club, World Affairs Club. --- X53 ' . 1" -A li .4 1 8 N f . 3 ' .1- 1 ""' 1 l ' Q1 ' 5 K . ' My K. " .A l SUSAN KEMP ALENANDER KENNETT-Eagle Society, AIOSEPH KERMABON - Bachelors, Basket- ball. - A ', A f' ' . l I A , 'G V , -X - RICHARD KAY-Eagle Staff, P.A. Crew, Scarlet 8: Grey, Whips, Rally Comm. DONALD KAZAMA-Dance Band, Wres- fling. DANIEL KEE-Prin. Cab., Yell Leader, Bridge Club, Eagle Society, jr. Day, Eagle Staff, 551+ STE? . ,,... ' " 'ffff , ' Q rl xt Q 1 l DONNA KING-Floral Arms Club. reg. sec., Dance Comm., Eagle Rep. FRANK KING ROBERT KING-Scarlet 8: Grey, jr. 8: Sr. Day, Soccer Team, Football, Eagle Rep. BERNHARD KETTENBURG-Band. Or- chestra. W ILLI AM Term Play. MICHIKO KETTENBU RG KIMURA -Orchestra, N .1 Y: is--3 45 ,- f ,' 1 l ' pq A- 1 N ' .5 . 3 ,I I . MARGARET KISSINGER DANIEL KLEINMAN-Sr. Day. MARS:-:A xx,1Ncnn-Masqum, sr. Day reg. v.p. KATHLEEN KNAUF-Scarlet Bc Grey. Prin. Cab., G.A.A., Block W. KEN KNIGHT BIRDETTE KNOX-Prin. Cab., reg. pres. L l SHARON KNUTSON-G.A.A., C.S.F., Spanish Club. MARIA KOCHERGIN-C-.A.A., Sr. Day, WALTER KOHNERT- Basketball. A " - . " if Wkaqlg vosmxo KOjlMA xuzomn KOLCHAK-smug sf Grey. pw 4' W ALEXANDER KoNs'rANT1Norr " .440 . ,. , 7 my Y. , 3 ...- V, an g - .ll MARSHA KRAFT-Senior Advisor, reg. sec, 8: lreas. MARCIA KRAUS-Plans lo allend S.F. Slate College. KATHERINE KRUMZE-Scarlet sf Grey. c.A.A., Jr. sg sr. Day. 5 W m2"'-f- at ' W- . Q , . DIANE KORENS - Rally Comm, -JEFFREY KORMOS-jr. 8: Sr. Day, Scar let 8: Grey, Track Team, reg. v.p. 8: u-eas. Prin. Cab. STEVEN KOVACS-Student Body Presi' dent. C.F.S. Pres.. Swim team. L-ll Presi- denx, Eagle Society, Leuermen. il fry m K' ' 'E A' - GARY KURUMA-Tennisream. 'if MILENE KU RZWEIL-Senior Advisor, G.A.A., Donalelos.jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. lreas. 1, LORRAINE KWAN -G.A.A. 'ji' ' 5 '?i ., Ning: il i, R9'f5'f'5': y 31' v 4 FA .rgln E, 1 ' ef 6 1 5 6 .f-, 38094559 vt 111:04 STORM LAKE-G.A,A., reg. sec. MARTHA LANmuAR-c.A.A. . A ' ,IUANITA LA RON-Business Education ,-'V Club. G.A.A,, Sr. Day, reg, sec. , - .52 DAVID KULKA-Senior Advisor, World Affairs Club, Library Staff, reg. pres. 8: v.p. GEORGE KUNG-Plans no attend college. WILLIAM KUNZIG-Baseball, Leuermen Sociely. . . g," fx ,,e:.,f:, WING MING KWONG N. RENE. LABATAILLE-C.S.F., Sr. Day, De- bating Team. SUZANNE LACHARITE - G.A.A. I jOHN LAZAR HOLLY LEASE - G.A.A. JOHN LE COUNT-Tennis, Term Play, Bowling Team. BERWYN LEE-Eagle Society, Leuermen, Track Team. jr. 8: Sr. Day. Senior Advisor, H-l2 Executive Council Rep. CANDRE LEE noucums LEE-ugxe Society, Labmry Staff, reg. vqp, V - f- f-Leap.: -,,,, 1 ' 14 JZ ' 5' Q i. , . E Q. " N JAMES LE GALLEE-Eagle Society,-lr. Day Director, Senior Day, Rally Director, Exec. Dance Comm., Masquers Club, Senior Ad- visor, Prin. Cab. JOHN LENZ-Track, Cross Country. Scar- let 8: Grey. reg. pres. RAYMOND LEON - Plans to attend college. KATHLEEN LEONG-G.A.A., Block W. CHERYL LERMAN - Reg. pres. SHERRIE LEVIE-Sr. Day. hw jANET LEE-C.S.F G.S.S., Block W. RODRICK LEE THOMAS LEE-Color Guani Commander ALLAN LEONARD-Football Baseball EUGENE LEONG-Projectors Club C-ARRETT LEONG-Track Football .45- PETER LILIENTHA1.-sr. Day, Eagle so ciety, Rally Director, Letterman, Track. MARY-IANE LISTON WALLACE LI'l'I'LE-Plans to attend City College. 31 ,A Qffwc b 1 . .NA x PAMELA LOVRIN-reg. sec. LAURA LUBARSKY - L-I2 Executive Council Rep.. Song Girl, reg. v.p. BERT LURlE-Scarlet Ee Grey, Prin. Cab., jr. H Sr. Day, Eagle Staff, Surveyor Staff. ji SUSAN LEVY - G.A.A. LOUISE LEWIS-Plans to attend City Col- lege. JACQUELINE LIGHT-Covells, Sr. Day, Dominiques. 8 fix. '8' ill' ua SAM LOVE- Plans tojoin the Army. JOYCE LOVELESS - Scarlet 8: Grey, G.A.A., Prin. Cab.. jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. pres. STEVE LOVELESS .Q 0- E 5 -IOHN MADSEN-Arcodians PETER MAC-NANI-World Affai Club rs , Rally Comm.,-lr. 8: Sr. Day. SUSAN MAHONEY RUSSELL MALONE-Baseball, Basketball, Football. Track. PATRICIA MANCOLD-G.A.A. BRUCE MARCUS-Gold Team, Prin. Cab., reg. v.p. 1? 'L 1 L BARBARA MARTIN--Prin. Cab-. Eagle Rep., Red Cross. CHARLENE MARTIN - Red Cross. DONALD MARTIN - Scarlet 8: Grey. Whips. Chess Club. jr. 8: Sr. Day, , -rv 's. ' .eil .1' 'I f W .5 'Q ' LI". S1 W fftlglf r"f... 'T '?... "1 , DONNA MATTHEWS ANDERS MAXWELL-Eagle Society, Ten- nis Team, jr. 8: Sr. Day, Pres. of Stamp Bc Coin Club, Student Body Custodian. H-I0 Exec. Council Rep-. H-1 l Exec. Council Rep. ARLENE McCOLLOUGl-I - Plans to attend San Francisco City College. MICHAEL MAROWITZ-Football, Base- ball, Basketball, Scarlet 8: Grey. DENNIS MARSHALL-Swim 8: Wrestling Teams, reg. v.p. ALICE MARTIN- Plans lo attend City Col- lege. HIEFFREY MARTIN-Scarlet 8: Grey, Sr. Day. ROBERT MASUDA-Track, Basketball, Prin. Cab,. Scarlet 8: Grey. Eagle Society. L-I0 President, reg. pres., v.p., treas. LORETTA MATSUMOT0 TT !..Q.,. . . . 'Rv JAMES MCGEE-Football, Baseball. MAUREEN MCGORTY-G.A.A., jr. 8: Sr. Day, Science Club. ROBERT MCGREW - Engle Rep. RANDA McKEE-Adv, Girls' Chorus. ROSIE MCKNIGI-IT - G.A.A., Red Cross,jr. Sc Sr. Day, Whip, reg. v.p. PATRICIA MCLEMORE - G.A.A.. Floral Arts Club, Red Cross. , .as ,ffm L' IK- 4: E or aim ,a:- L fl 3 , , w Q . W as ,ji 612: " I . ef: 4 K L 4 ROSITA MENIS-Scarlet 8: Grey, CRAIG MERCER-PA. Crew, Surveyor Sufi ROBERT MERCHANT-L-I0 Vice Presi- dent, Bugle Society. Head Yell Leader. 1 ,.r. .. N ,ka Q GAYLE MELTESSEN - G,A.A., Block W, reg. sec. ALLAN MENDELL ROBERT MENDLE-Student Body ALh- letic Manager. Prin. Cab., Eagle Society, Gold Team, Sr. Day, reg. pres. ...A , . x f va M , 'Iii fl u L Erma, gr E ,, fu 9' +4 1 Us i X Q -1.5 I-BQ. t THERESA MEYER-Prin, Cab, RICHARD MEYIIRHOFF-Football. Swim Team, Yell Leader. Letlermen lreas., reg. pres. ROGER M IA LOCQ-Golfteam. Eagle Staff. ' HARRY MILLER-Track. Prim. cab., sr. gil Day, Scarlet Bc Grey, KRISTINE MILLER-G.A.A., Masquers Club, Senior Day, Christmas Tableau. PATRICIA MILLER - Head Song Girl, G.S.S., G,A.A., Prin. Cab.. reg. pres., sec.. ,f lreas. if 'W sf s.,?f" 'Q ' I v 9 ,QSQ , , . , . 5- af.:-I--5-ff 433 :24 .Q . iii M.. ig 5 -EE: 5. ,wg , .5 N :Mg g "' .g ' M. 5 S la , I v 'mars ' ' , e "5 , Q7 . . -' .- :A W , - sg T' 'f,.3"l 'Q M... sp f,:::' .4 ELLEN MINTZ - jr. sc sr. Day, c.A.A., Prin. Cab., reg. v,p.. irons. 953 4 UW MARINA MISERSKY-Plans I0 attend City 4... .4 '-1: College. 3 5 KAREN MOERMAN-Hostess. 35 . .- N. g-:-2::.a-1'e'- 2 , -' fail? .A . A E.'Z,'ewgT ' V -1 .3555 ' w -fa' N2 ga , - ., . 5 w . ' A: ' 4 'exe-ii ' ' - K .Sa 1 .f V . ' es. ,. A 1 2 I g -QQ!! .f-'Kelli MICHAEL MORGAN BARBARA MORIC-UCHl-G.A.A,, Senior Advisor, Prin. Cab., reg. lreas. KATHERINE MORIGUCHI - C,S.F., Scar- let Sc Grey, Eagle Staff, World Affairs Club, A.F.S. i .3 4 4 SUZANNE MILLER-G.A.A-. reg. sec. PATRICIA MILTON MARTHA MINER- Dance Club, Red Cross, reg. sec.. lreas. CHRISTOPHER MOHS-reg. pres. 8: v.p. AGUSTIN MONDRAGON - Panders. DOLORES MOORE- G.A.A., Eagle Rep., jr. Day, reg. pres. KLAUS-JOACH IM MUHLMANN - Scarlet 8: Gray, Tmck Team. REGINA MURDOCH-C.S.F., G.A.A., jr. Day, Dance Comm. GWYN MURPHREE 'Sli 3 mr' lx r, M ,wgan - THOMAS MORRISON VENETTA MOUTON-Plans lo attend college. MARY MUELLER-Searle! 8: Grey. SAMMY NASR RUTH NAZARCHUK - Red Cross. LINDA NAZEMAN - G.A.A., Dance Comm., Sr. S:-jr. Day. is TOMOKO NAKAMURA TANYA NALISNIK-C.S.F.. Sec. 8cTrcas., G.A.A., sqm sg Grey, c.s.s., jr. sf sr. x is 'SJ Day, Block W, Prin. Cab. THOMAS NASH- Plans zo attend college. l 'Q' QQ l li KATHLEEN NEAD-Plans tu attend Heald's College. CANDIDA NEAHERBON - A Cappella Choir. ELIZABETH NELSON-G.A.A,, Sr. 8: jr. Day. MARTIN NELSON-Plans to attend City College. ALEC NEUMANN-Scarlet 8: Grey, Senior Advisor. CAROLINE NEWHALL-Plans to attend college. 5. ROGER NISHIMOTO VICTOR NONAKA-Scarlet H: Grey, Prin. Cab.. Band. ,IOHN O'HARE-Track Team, Basketball, Cross Country. LELICIA ORDONEY-G.A.A., Scarlet 8: Grey, Red Cross, Prin. Cab., reg. v.p. EIKO OSHITA-Senior Advisor, A.F.S. President, G.S.S., reg. treas. HARRY OSIBIN-Football, jr. Day Dance Comm.. reg. v.p. MARGARET NEWMAN-G.A.A.. reg. v.p. SHIRLEY NEWMAN DIANE NICHOLS-jr. 8: Sr. Day, Block W, Pres. Masquers Club, Rally Script Comm., Christmas Tableau. 4 ' 5 I .Ms , J' wi 'il JFANNE OHASHI MADELEINE OLSSON-C.S.F., G.S.S., World Affairs Club, G.A.A., Prin. Cab., A.F.S., reg. sec. DARRYL ONG-Plans to attend City Coi- lege. 4 WILLIAM OWEN AGNES OYAMA-G.A.A. BYRON OYAMA LINDA OSTERHOLM-Block W, G.A.A,, Red Cross. -IENEEN O'TO0LE-Scarlet Be Grey, Sr Day. BRUCE O'l'I'OLI Nl - Football. . . l BRENDA PARTRIDGE Scarlet Bc Grey GAA jr 8: Sr Day Red Cross BlockW Pnn Cab LINDA PASCUAL GA A Sr Day LEON PATILLO Track Team A Cap pella A ,- 'W 'N-. 61 l REIKO OYAMA-G.S.S., Treas., Block W, Poster Club, reg. pres. NICHOLAS PARADISIS - Cross Country, Track, reg. pres., Eagle Rep. ,IOHN PARENT-Swim Team, Football, Letterruen. ROSETA PEARSON-H-12 Treasurer, jr. Day, Red Cross, Eagle Staff, Senior Ad- visor, G.A.A., Rally Comm., Exec. Dance Comm., H-10 Treasurer, HARRIET PEDERSEN - G.A,A. CONSTANCE PEPPERS-G.A.A., jr. Day Dance Comm. BRENDA PERKINS -IO HANNA PERRINE -IIM PETERSEN r P la.:-, 4' 4 e-'st X , I .V li ig' w . I , 5 f, ' v 'I V as Q LORI PIERRE HELEN PIOTRKOWSHI - C.S,F., G.S.S4. World Affairs, G.A.A., jr. 8: Sr, Day, Com- mencement Sec., Prin, Cab. FLOYD PIPER-Letterman, Basketball. 'l LUCY POLIAKOFF-Dance Comm., jr. Day, Prin. Cab., D'Milos. CLAIRE POLIDORO - jr. 8: Sr, Day, D'Milos. XIOMARA PONCE I ri Q ' .- .l. 1. ah. 9 l Ga A f fs' f 5 . , ,, ,,, "'t"iag:,55:', 2312? Q3 , 4 2,1 A '11 "LN 'R i " Q4-1 by i, A , I ,, J TED PETERSEN-Football. Track. Cross Country. PHIL PE"I'I'US-Boys Glee. DAVID PETTY -jr. Red Cross. YUVONNE PLOUSHA-G.A.A., jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. lreas. MICHAEL PODETT- Football, Track, Ar- codians. ARARAT POGOSIAN-Fagle Society. H-I2 President, Senior Advisor, reg. pres., v.p., sec. SUZANNE POTTER-Plans to attend City College. JOHN POWERS -Cross Country. ROBERT PRINCE-Eagle Society. Fool- ball, Track, Baseball. PATRICK RADCLIFF-Football, Baseball. THOMAS RAFFIN-L-Il Executive Coun- cil Rep., Golf, Debate Team, President Eagle Society, C.S.F., Senior Day. LINDA RATHE-A Cappella, Scarlet Bc Grey, G.A,A., All Cily Choir, TOBI PORTER - L- I 2 Executive Council Rep.,jr, B4 Sr. Day, Donatelos. WILLIAM PORTER-C.S.F., Chess Club. jU'1'TA POSNER-G.A.A., G.S.S., Block W. A.F,S., World Affairs, Sr. Day, Prin. Cab., Whip. v- DIANE PRITCHARD-G.S.S., GAA., Sur- veyor Editor, Block W, Prin. Cab., jr. 8: Sr. Day, Eagle Staff, Senior Advisor, C-en. Dance Comm., reg. pres. 8: lrcas. JOHN PUCCINELLI-Track, Sr. Day, reg. pres. MELANIA QUEBEC -- G.A.A., French Club, Masque Be Gavel, jr. Day, Prin. Cab., reg. sec. Bc treas. CAROLYN REAM-G,A.A. DIANE REDMOND SUSAN REED-G.A.A-. Ihgle Rep.. reg. sec. f RONALD REEPEN-Eagle Society, Fagle Staff. Senior Advisor, Prin. Cab., C.S.F., Rally. PETER REINES-Football, jr. zz. sf, Day Dance Comm., Lenemien, Eagle Society. Viscounls Prin. Cab. ROBIN REINITZ ROBERT RI'I'I'ER-Bachelors, Football. RUDOLPH RIVERS-Plans xo auend City College. PATRICIA ROBBINS-Masqucrs Club. World Affairs Club. NOELLE ROONEY -C-.A.A. ELIZABETH ROSE-G.A.A., Block W, Prin. Cab., Exec. Dance Comm.. Sr. Day. JOYCE ROSING- reg. v.p MAR-IORIE RENO SHARON RICHARDSON-G.A.A., reg. treas., Prin. Cab. MICHAEL RICHIE-Football. All s.. K.. I , 'QSC' f 4 Af L EMILY ROBINSON-Prin. Cab.. G.A.A.. reg. v.p. JENNY ROBLEDO- Block W, G.A.A., Business Education Club. ji-ID RODRIGUEY-Eagle Society, Senior Advisor, Dance Band. l l L. MARC-ARITA ROSTOMIANTZ -IAN RUSSELL PATRICIA RYAN-Sr. Day. ENVER SAFIR-Soccer team. FRANK SAH FEDELE SALAS f KENNETH SATO-Scarlet Bc Grey, Bas- kelball. LINDA SATOMI-Block W. SHARON SAUNDERS-Eagle Rep., jr. Day, reg. v.p. .1 w:,. -IOHN SALISBURY-Lellermen, Football, Track, Eagle Society. CAROL SANDERS-G,A.A., Gen. Dance Comm,,jr. 8: Sr. Day. JOAN SASAKI-G.S.S.. Block W. G.A.A.. Red Cross. ,1 CHRISTINE SCALES-A Cappella, Scarlel 8: Grey, Gen, Dance Comm., All City Choir. Sr, 8: jr. Day. -IACQUELINE SCHIFFMAN - G.S.S., Block W, Senior Advisor, Whip, C.S.F., Exec. Dance Comm., jr. 8: Sr. Day. YVONNE SCHRAM -jr. 8: Sr. Day, Scarlet 8: Grey, G.A.A. PAULETTE SCHRECK - Prin. Cab., G.A.A., Y.F.C., reg. lrens., sec. ED SCHULMAN - Eagle Rep., Tennis Team, Soph. football. Arcodians. ALBERT SCHULZ-Senior Day. football. . f lv- 'H V4 Lic ..., JT- f N, N OE SCU , .W J LLX Q ,gl,...g qs, 1 ,, J Q DANIELLE SEVERANCE E Qu ' Q" ' gl" 'f .'f SANDIE SGAMBATI-jr. as sr. Day. ' I , g ' . mx 4 . MIKE SCOTT-Scarlet 8: Grey, Track Cross Country. PHIL SCRAMAGLIA-Eagles, Lettermen Prin. Cab., l20's Basketball, Varsity Bas- ketball, Track, Bachelors. LARRY SCRIPILLITI L jUDY SHIFS-G.A.A., jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. v.p., Donalelos, -IUNKO SHIMIZO- Floral Arts. RICHARD SHIONO L... l .IAN SHANNON - Letterman Secrelary Scarlet 8: Grey, Swim Team. MARLENE SHAW-G.A..-K.. Bugle Rep. Senior Day. IRENE SHIBUYA-G.A.A.,-jr. 8: Sr. Day 1 PETER SILLS-Tennis, Rally Band. RUSSELL SILVERSTEIN-Track. Sr. Day, reg. Kreas. LYNDA SIMS-YWCA. , BRUCE SMITH-Broadmst SlafT, Fagle So- ciety, C.S.F,, Swim Bc Basketball Teams, Sr. Day, World Affairs, Pres. Masque 8: Gavel. KATHLEEN SODA-Prin. Cab., G.A.A., reg. sec. 8: lrcas. DAN SOOY-Plans to amend college. .4 , 1 CAROLYN SHIOZAKI -G.A.A. SUSAN SHIPLEY-Prin. Cab., World Af- fairs Club, German Club. C.S.F. MAX SIEMEL-Leltermen, Football 8eSwim Manager, Sr. Day. ELISABETH SMALL - Senior Advisor, G.A.A., Block W. C.S.F. ADRINEE SMITH-Bell Queen, Sr. Day. AVONEE SMITH-May Festival Princess. G.S,S., Song Girl, Student Body lst Vice President, VERA SOUCHOMLINE GAIL SOUMAROCOFF-Scarlet 8: Grey. Sr. Day. NANCIE SOUTHALL-G.A.A., Block W, jr. Be Sr. Day, reg. v.p. DIANE SPRINGETT CAROL STALLINGS-G.A.A. ALLAN STANBRIDGE-Pres. Letterman, Eagle Society, Asst. Yell Leader, Prin. Cab., Swimming, Basketball, Cross Country, Sur- veyor Staff. L Q.. ' r '22-2. ei ' 'M i ' 7 K . . V -sl is iv u , THOMAS STROMBERG-Scarlet 8: Grey. Science Club. VICKY STUART JAMES ST URGEON -Scarlet 8: Grey. Vis- counts. 4l , - . SANDRA STERNBERGER DOROTHEA STILLEY LINDA STOHL - C-.A.A., Gen. Dance Comm., Red Cross, reg. v.p.. sec. LEONARD SUSSMAN Track Cl'0sS Country Prxn Cab Scarlet8:Grey 'Q mf men ,V . 5 , - - .rt 12. . ' . ., . A as 1'L"T'W we . . Iwi ,mx in ,. 5 GABRIELLA sz1aNTENnREY ,Lg g u .4 WSEF... , .: ' ' 3.533 JAMES TADDEUCCI-Basketball, Letter- 'ff' S'-5 Ayfffg? 1 If 1 g. A :bfi REIKO SU-IISHI-Prin. Cab., G.A.A., reg. sec. Sc v.p. NANCY SULLIVAN -G.A.A., Song Girl. MICHAEL SUSKO UDITH TAUBER-G.A.A., Scarlet 8: J Grey, Drama Club. i SUZANNE TAYLOR-G.A.A., jr. 8: Sr. Day. reg. treas. JIM TEAGUE-Basketball, Football, Base- ball, Rally Comm, l MERRITI' THOMAS--Fagle Rep., Track Team. ' l UWE THOMSEN l JERRY TOKUGAWA - Tennis Team. 1 NORIKO TANAKA-Plans to attend San Francisco State College. ROBERT TANIGUCHI-Stamp Xe Coln Club. ROBERT TAT - Eagle Society, Rally Comm., Senior Advisor, Masquers, Stage Manager. W 03' 915.-M 7' RBS , I . A 5, GERALDINE TERAUCHI DOROTHY TERRY-Plans to attend City College. FRANCES THOMAS-Red Cross. G.A.A., jr. 8: Sr. Day. NY ra.. L X 11,5 , 'Qjp 1. gxy ilfqgffl CHARNA TORLY KEITH TSUCHIYA-Basketball, Letter- men. BRAD TUKEY-Tlack Team, Debate Club, Sr. Day, Spanish Club, Track Manager. WILLIAM TURNBULL-Track Team. HEIDE VAN DOREN-Bell Court, Mas- quers, Sr. Day, Term Play. Christmas Tab- leaux. CONSTANCE VDOVIKIN -reg. pres. . ,. a.....0 4 K' SX 'P ,f Q in tt Q y 3' s 4' iff .VU ' xt 1 DAN WAGNER BARBARA WALKER GEORGE WALLACE-Eagle Rep., Track, A Cappella. , V xv ei, ,Q V .. . X A as" .cf V. . 5' 'Y H 1 L 3' ui X 4213 Q L A c SYLVIA WEINER-G.S.S., G.A.A., jr, He Sr. Day. Sen. Advisor. Prin. Cab. CLAUDIA WELLINGTON-G.A.A., Scar- let 8: Grey. Prin. Cab., Eagle Rep. JOHN WELLS- Football. Track. ., x' THOMAS VERKOZEN-Scarlet Xa Grey, Lcttermen, Senior Advisor, jr. 8: Sr. Day, Soccer. -IAM ES VIGNOLA - reg. v.p, CHRISTOPHER WAGER-Plans to attend college. Track leam. .Q . ... . n. Wx ....":Qc.. .. I . 'ia . , ' 'QQ 422. X . e ...Q 3 Q Z Q rf! ,M if .V 'B' "fy 2 , I .CR '-QQ." ".'?vxSaZi"' SUSAN WALLICH-C.S.F., jr. Day, Red Cross. G.A.A. GAIL WATTROUS-Plans to attend S,F. Snare, LOIS WEATHERSPOON-G.A.A., A Cap- pella. 4 amz! bln Tl: lx -e. iv. tr Q ' 1 x TW!! fiflwf--'fl 11? 4 21.12 iq 'Nazis' : 1 1: Affaf 'rg :?Q?!5sif: ' A ".!3"5E Efwffl a.. 'Pug .na Q 1 ,N 'Af' 1. sf, .. . Q.: I l. . an . 'gwr' . r fx Y if 3.2.2 .K Ri . - T. ' Q ' iw.- ' 'N . -, I 4 AZ-3 MAUREEN WHELAN -G.A.A., Exec. Council Comm.,jr. 8: Sr. Day, reg. sec, ROYAL WHETSTONE - Track, Cross Country, Sr. Day. KEN WHITCOMB-All Cily Basketball. 4 PATRICIA WELLS CARYLE. WEMMER SANDRA WERTH -G.A.A., Block W-. Sen- ior Day. ,I -. DENISE WILLEY-G.A.A., Eagle Rep. DONALD WILLIAMS-Eagle Rep., Stamp B: Coin, Scarlet 8: Grey. MARY WILLIAMS '4 1 Fei 3, Yff 5' ygax, ' Aff 166.55 .- 0 35' .7 r Af 'Vs GENE WHITE-Plans lo attend college. HARRIET WHITE-Scarlel E Grey. MICHAEL WILEY-World Affairs Club, Prin. Cab.. reg. pres. H: v.p. X . Q -im v, N-f-,Af .W . wif? w Q 4, 2 ,- 'sflf '13, r 41 f I EK I 4 3 it , .,, Q 3 Q- W, A.- , . Q Da f 'B OCIE WILLIAMS-Football, I-hgle Society reg. pres., bellermen. MAGGIE WILLIS-Red Cross, jr. 8: Sr Day, Floml Arts Club. DANNY WILSON -Track, A Cappella. DOLORES WILSON - Plans I0 work. EDWARD WILSON-Basketball. Eagle So- cieny, Searle: 8: Grey, Leuermen. FREDERICK WINDISCI-I-Plans lo attend City College. BEVERLY WONG -G.A.A,. Scarlet 8: Grey. DALE WONG-Red Cross. Photographer for Eagle 8: Surveyor. MARTIN WONG GEORGE WING-Eagle Society. Tmck mam, Cross Country, German Club, C.S.F., Masque 8: Gavel,-Ir. Day, Whip. DENNIS WOLFER- Band, Ortheslra. ALEXANDER WONG - Drum Corps. A 1 I TOY0 YAMAMOTO--Study Hall Chaire man. TAKEHIRO YOSHIDA-Swim Team, Lel- ICFIIICII, DIANE YOUNG- Dmma Club, G.A.A., Sci- ence Club. .4 ROBIN WONG-Prin. Cab., Red Cross,jr. 8a Sr, Day, reg. pres. 8: v.p. JAMES WORK-Rifle Team. IRENE WULKAN Marian Valpulic SAMMIE YOUNG-jr. Day 6: Grey. A Cappella. Col' reg. areas. PAUL YUEN-Baskelball MIKYLING YUN -G.A.A, Most 'T 'Qld L 1 nl? 3 wi I , jan Wood Figure and Physique Most Likely To Succeed 3 wg? f , 4. l,fl"ifQl 4 V fl Jy w iiy QM! f --ii H P S ,f i 'W 'F' 265 f., "' N W g if" B C ner! Pai Palis Wayne Spar Wendy Allp Smile Personality Plus Q 13 I 164, in f I X ' Y IL Z Q I M h Rhine Doug sweez S P N G susie Fields J Y Woolf School Spirit Cutest 1 . PCLL . , S ' Q f , S .S Q ' ,Q inf- K- PEI ,f aszi-T , ' ,wig ff Q" "gy i 1ei'2.gT 'QW , W' Qtf kiiljl l 8958 . L-Edffil 1 . f . 1 , P V, ' fq gfqg my 'I . E , S' ,J , , 0 A - , 2 ' . . '- . . p , x S, ,. ?B . S P 1 f QQF? G IZ ll g B bM h l F ncie Choteau Peter R ' 181 xx 1 , Fliri Craziest Q w 5,4 A L' . :S QQ' af " 5,- nv' ll K ll .lihllf , lm 1 fe , Q i l if s i Bll Curr Wendy Boll D N hols Pezer Baylacq Dait Bait Best Dancers 5 'Ay l - is . I Y " Mix , l 9-11 'ylkkiuk ! I lf ll ml JCI i I , , - S A S ' ' W . KCI! Wh5lC0mb Nancy Sullivan Leon Patillo Avonce Smizh Best Dressed Personality Plus is l L if , 7 ,Q ' '1 ' N3 5 -.., grip r ' s P s ' al h .. ', 'A I L L ' T QS if' I ' ' X C hyC d Q Araral Pogosian Josie Perrine Phil Scramaglia ldeal Senior Eyes lg ' Qe llll L GJ Q , jeffkormos laura Luba ky Most Athletic 5 I , y i J ., nl U . i lil X TJ M M5 'Q liz Smile 2 Physique and Figure G 9, JY ., draw SQMJQ 591149 ?Q5e9 .1 Ted Peterson Linda Bmnd Most Likely To Succeed 0 if IJ :lf Y XIX, QQ? 155945 li X T ry H ' k Bob M d Steve Kov Debbie june 183 w I f+ 5 QQ 1 -W R W , N w AUTOGRAPHS U Y S Max in, 14 Uvf. 23? 'P' .4 A . ' 11"- fea. :A 9' . wo, CK I-5. 'R L 5 V, P .. Q 0, I ii 552, gage- ' . f . 4 , ff MISS REIKO SU-IISHI '64 Young ambitious girls like Reiko find good iobs at Pacific Telephone . . .iabs that suit their high school training, offer a chance to advance and pay well, If you're graduating, why don't you talk to our employment counselor about how you can fit into a good iobl For moreinformation,call us at EX 9-5598. Or, come on in and see us any week day from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM al: 140 Now Monlgolnory Siroot, 3333 - 25th Slrooi San Francisco, California Pacific Telephone Equal Opportunity Employer 187 Looking Ahead Step from classroom to a bright future at Metropolitan Life. Good starting salaries, regular raises, frequent promotions. Stop in after school and let us tell you about it. As a Metro- politan employee, you'll enjoy many benefits. lnsurance bene- fits, for instance, include life insurance, disability insurance, hospital, surgical, and major medical expense benefits. Excel- lent lunches are served free of charge daily in Metropolitan's own dining room. There are liberal vacations and holidays and cash awards for suggestions. There is a well-stocked library, free to employees, of course. Many different social and athletic groups help you get to know your co-workersi Stop in to see us soon, at the address below. X etropolitan Life INSURANCE COMPANY 765 California Street, San Francisco 20, Calif. OPEN MONDAY 'mnouon FRIDAY, mo A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. Itl1uIrlwitT,a SGHIJIJL otsBEAllTY and IIAIII STYLING Specializing in HAIR STYLING ' HAIR COLORING K DAY on NIGHT CLASSES I - FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE . Siudenh Under , E S ' . Miss mums scnnnl or BEAUTY mg-2l1i2'7fT'iTgg 278 rosr Armuou SQUARE. s., E. s ,,,,,,,,,,,'Q,ggj,Qg'fjjjj j The George Washington Parent-Teachers Association Wishes the Graduating Classes Cf I963-I964 The Best Of Luck Congratulations To The Senior Class SPRECKELS ICE CREAM 1717 Mission Street UN 1.6200 Corner of 13th Street SPRECKELS-RUSSELL DAIRY CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. HOBBY CENTER Art, Photographic and Hobby Supplies Sales - Service - Rental - Repairs Eastman, Graflex, Polaroid, Rolloflex Bolex, Bell and Howell, Zeiss, Leich, Ansco Easy Credit - Bank Americard We Give Orange Stamps ADOLPH GASSER 27 Years Experience SK 1-0145 5733 Geary at 22nd Ave. ED TIGGES JEWEI.ER Diamond - Watches - Clocks - Silverware Convenient Credit Terms ' X Expert Swiss and American Watch Repairing BA 1-0804 5847 Geary W INCOME Pnopennss ron srccmuzsn seizvicc 1 Au. AREAS ' main scans, enoxcn OR 3-4245 R WAKELEE'S PHARMACY Since 1850 Prescription Specialists Samuel Bornick 623 Clement SK 1-5038 Congratulations From BOB and LEE'S APPAREL Women - Children - Intants Wear Dresses - Shirts - Blouses - lingerie - Accessories Evenings- For the whole Family Tuesday, Thursday. Friday 3725 Balboa street 1697 Haight st. Until 9 p.m. sic 2-6614 xi 2-2704 San Francisco, Calif. GEARY BOULEVARD French Laundry and Cleaner Peninsula Service- City-Wide Delivery 5540 Geary Blvd. between 19th and 20th Avenues SK 1-0561 San Francisco Compliments ot GEORGE BETTER FOODS MARKET 33rd at BALBOA SK 1-7939 JAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD PHARMACY "Your Rexall Store" 3300 Balboa SK 1-1520 San Francisco 21, California DAVE THE BARBER 837 Cabrillo St., BA 1-7388 BALBOA FLORIST - 400 Balboa Street, SK 2-0868 PARK PRESIDIO SPORTING GOODS 152 Clement St., SK 2-0800 PARKSIDE PAINT STORE 1 101 Taraval St., OV 1-5787 BIG ENUF DONUT SHOP 3416 Balboa St., BA 1-3585 QUALITY FLOWER SHOP INC., 4 554 Clement St., SK 1-2214 MAYHEW CLEANERS 2249 Clement St., BA 1-9643 STAMPS-RAY-HADLEY 3404 Balboa St., SK 2-2256 JIM WESSMAN, INC. 1301 Van Ness Ave. OR 3-8800 Congratulations AUTOGRAPHS-- High Seniors from the Surveyor '64 Staff Diane, Jackie, Al, Ron, and Marsha THE BENCH by Ed Wilson H42 Ill Here I sil upon the benchg My nerves are lighter than a mo k y h The desire to play is burning in d But here I must sit and rest my p d Look at Lhc team go down the fl Playing the game that I adore. Time out is alled and to my p se The coach he raises one of his eyes. The caach'swords sound fierce as ever- Th team looks mired, but quiz rhey'll never. Time ' ' ' in is called and il's back I0 the bench, They don'z need me for the win is a cinch. Two points for Phil-there goes Ken We're a team that plays I0 win. The ball is passed I0 good ole Slug He aims for the baskel, straight and Any way you look at il, we're slill A d l'm par! of il, right do h I SUPERB BREAKFAST BROILED AT HANIIIURG A HOURS FOUNTAIN ll SERVICE of l' 0, I J' D A Plz I lf ' ALSO IN: MARIN COUNTY REDWOOD CITY SUNNYVALE SACRAMENTO CONGRATULATIONS! TO THE cLAss or '63-'64 or GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL SAN FRANCISCO LOCATIONS: U VAN NESS AT GEARY 0 MARKET AT IOTH ST. e GEARY AT 18TH ' s LOMBARD AT STEINER s 19TH AT TARAVAL SPORTS CENTER BOWL 57 Modern Lanes Open 24 hours for Bowling Ample Free Parking Cocktails T Fountain Free Instructions 3333 Minion Nll 7-6141 at 29th CH INA PHARMACY Prescription Specialists Cosmetics Sundries 1035 Grant Avenue San Francisco 11, California YU 2-2191 The Student Body Officers for Spring 1964 wish the graduating seniors the best of luck in the future, and hope that they have enioyed themselves at Washington. We appreciate the co-operation given us by the students and teachers. THANKS- STEVE, AvoNEE, BEITY, LINDA, RICH, BOB, ANDERS, Bos MERCHANT BROADWAY VAN-NESS BOWL 57 Modern Lanes Open 24 hours for Bowling Ample Free Parking Cocktails 'I' Fountain Free Instructions 1463 Broadway GR 4-2418 Y 1 r A I "" - .. ' . 'r . . 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