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by GARTH RoUsE
Four out of five league championships and one runner-
up gave North Hollywood its most successful Spring sports
season. Championships in tennis, gymnastics, "A' track,
and baseball turned the trick.
REGAIN ED CROWN
North Hollywood regained the Tennis Crown after hav-
ing lost it to Verdu o last year After losing the opening
matches to Fairfax, ie tennis men came right back to take
Harvard and the Valley teams by beating Van Nuys, 5-2,
Verdugo, 7-0, Canoga Park, 6-1, and San F emando, 7-0.
Al Cimaglia played first singles and Callahan, F einer,
Lieber, and Maley played second to fifth singles, in that
order. The first doubles team consisted of Dave Lorenz and
Parker, the second, of Lee White and Willard.
FIRST IN VALLEY
Following right on the heels of the tennis champion-
ship, the gym team came up with another championship,
whipping Valley teams with such scores as 90-30 against
Van Nuys, 103-17 against Verdugo, and 9114-2814 against
SIXTH IN CITY
The gym team topped this very successful season with a
win in the Valley finals and sixth place in city. Cameron
and Heuer made the points for the Huskies. Cameron,
the only Huskie ever to place first in the city, won in
tumbling. Jack Heuer also did something that has never
been done before by placing second in the long horse.
Cameron, proving himself to be more than a one-event
man, came up with fifth in the same event. Others who
helped make a strong team for North Hollywood were:
Cook, Munster, Courtemanche, Pierce, Rumer, Monzello,
Laffoon, Warren, Sparrow, Tozer, Patton, and Day.
With tennis and gymnastics fading away, Huskie fans
tumed their attention to track to find we had a very strong
team. Led by Captain jeff Lawson, mighty 440 man, this
team swept the league, piling up such scores as 78-38
against Van Nuys, 94.9 over Verdugo, 7534-283i against
Canoga, and 73-41 over San Fernando.
Consistent point men were Bill Crandall, jeff Lawson,
Bill Munster, Frank Smith, jack Doole , Dick Roemer, Bill
Tenny, Ben Derden, Walt Mikesell, Chuck Satterfield, Bill
Beggs, Jerry Milner, Boyce jacques, Keith Limberg, Don
Shinkle, Bill Felts, Frank Comelson, Bill Pagones, Ed
Nettles, Garth Rouse, and the relay team of Derden, Tenny,
Jones, and Lawson.
BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD
Climaxing a very successful season by breaking the
school record for the 440, Jeff Lawson went to the city
finals and, with the handicap of having the last lane, ran
the distance in 50.7, a full second under the old school
record. Bill Munster, not to be outdone, tied for third in
the pole vault. The North Hollywood relay team took
second behind Van Nuys. These events totalled 1115 points,
enough for sixth place in the city.
- n VALLEY MEET CHAMPIONS
The track team from North Hollywood High completed
a successful season by taking second place in the league
dual meet standings, and winning the league meet cham-
pionship. From the beginning of the season they started out
on a victory spree by lashing out wins over Van Nuys,
Verdugo Hills, and Canoga Park. But then San F emando
came to town in the form of a very strong track squad and
barely nosed out the Huskies, then we got revenge on San
Fernando by taking the league meet title. San Femando
was their closest opponent but they were about 13 points
behind the Huskies.
At the city finals Walter Catts, Don Patton, and Chalmer
MacWilliams qualified for the meet but the scoring was
done all by Catts, who recorded eight digits for the Huskies
and ut them in eighth spot.
Bdlow is each event and the boys who competed in each:
100-Walter Catts, Don Harold.
220-Walter Catts, Don Harold.
660-Reggie Duflin, john Lakin, jim Luntzel.
1320-Ed Liebman, Chuck jacques, Chas. Lieber, Donald
Hurdles-Don Patton, Dick Connors, Robert Merz, Terry
Relay team-Walter Catts, Don Harold, Don Patton,
Broad jump-Walter Catts, Keith jackson.
High jump-Dick Emmons, Bill Webb, Bill Black.
Pole vault-Don Patton, Bill Cameron, Varett.
Shot put-Chalmer MacWilliams, Mike Doty, Earl
THIRD CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIP
The Baseball Team came through to give North Holly-
wood its fourth championship this spring by winning 7
out of 8 games. After splitting with Van Nuys they slapped
the rest of the teams in the league with 6 straight wins.
Verdugo, Canoga and Femando were the victims in the
last three double-headers. The climax of the season came
in the first Canoga game when in the last half of the seventh
and with three runs 'needed for a win, the boys came
through with just that, to win 5-4, and the following week
they cinched thefchampionship with a double win over
San Fernando, giving NH the Baseball Championship for
the third straight year. The credit for this must be given to
Ca tain Bill Crandall, next year's Captain Bill Langford,
Bog Boyd, Frank Darien, Tucker Thompson, Benny
Lorino, Dick Allen, Paul Snyder, Dick Linde, Dick Feiner,
Herman Falk, Garth Rouse, and Jack Van Nostrand. The
success of the team must also be credited to Bill Meier-
stein, First Base Coach. These boys really came through
with the chips down on several occasions to give you
SPLENDID IOB DONE BY COACHES
While we are giving credit we must not forget the fel-
lows who worked many trying hours moulding and form-
ing these championship teams: Coach Elliot, who brou ht
back to NH the Tennis Crown, with a cham ionsgip
team, and helped the Tracksters to Crowns, Coacll Berry,
who coached the Gymnastists to the Valley Title, and
Coach Smith, who mentored the Huskie Horsehiders to
their third consecutive Crown.
EDIToR's NOTE! The paragraph on Bee Tracksters was written by Ed. Liebman. The Chart was prepared by Dick Feiner.
SPORT "A" FOOTBALL "B" FB. "A" BASKETBALL "B" BASKETBALL
NUMBER OF GAMES
I2I3 4I5I61 :ls 412 3'4,5 6 II2 3 415 6
DICK ROEMER W. TIMMONS CHUCK SATTERFIELD BOYCE JACQUES
C. P. N. H. N. H. N. H.
SPORT TENNIS GYM "A" TRACK "B" TRACK SOFTBALL
NUMBER OF GAMES
NORTH HOLLYWOOD 5 7 6 7 90 'I03 91.3 68 94 75.5 63 58 83.3 54.3 43 3 I 6 I0 5 5 6 I'I
VAN NUYS 2 30 36 37 2 4 V
VERDUGO HILLS 0 17 9 10,5 4 2
CANOGA PARK I - 28.5 40.6 4 3
SAN FERNANDO 0 28.5 41 52 I I 'I
CAPTAINS D. LORENZ CAMERON J. LAWSON W. CATTS . BILL CRANDALL
CHAMPION TEAM N. H. N. H. N. H. S. F. N. H.
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Top Row: BARBARA BECKES, JACK GOREE, HAL HATHAWAY, SHIRLEY JACOBSON.
Second Row: DORIS OLDENBURG, FRANK SMITH, MARY SMITH.
MARY LOUISE ROEMHELD
EMMY LOU CASS
WHO WOULD HAVE GRADUATED S'-14
JERALD ELLIOTT COHN
CHARLES WILLIAM LEAMER
WILLIAM VAN METRE
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CLASS WI LLS
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To those athletes that are in the fine graduating class
of summer '44, the Sports staff of the Arcade wants to
offer our best wishes for your future career, may you con-
tinue the fine sportsmanship that you have displayed in
your years at North Hollywood High School. Following
is a list of the Iettermen in this class.
Bay Brush, excellent end on this yearis varsity football
team, AI Ciinaglia, first singles on the championship tennis
squad, Bill Collins, BingviIle's terrific yell leader, Frank
Cornelson, high jumper on the "A" spike squad, Chuck
Courtemanehe, side horse and tumbling expert on the
champ gym team, Bill Crandall, an all-round athlete, as he
has garnered varsity letters in football, track and baseball,
being a three stripper in the latter two, Dick Conners, fast
and lighting end on Champ "Bee" football team, Frank
Downs, quarterback on the varsity eleven, Frank Falkuer,
alert and busy manager for Bingvilleg Bill Felts, high
jumper cleluxe on pennant winning track team, Dick
Feiner, one year inan in varsity football, tennis, and a two
monogram winner in baseball, Ilal flathaway, "Been letter-
man in football and track, one stripper in varsity football,
Dick I.intIe, one year as a K'Bce" basketballer and two sea-
sons a varsity Ietternian in basketball, voted an All-Valley
guarrl, one year in baseball, Maurice Holtby, "Been foot-
ball, jeff Lawson, "Bee" track and two years varsity track,
broke school 440 record, placed first in the city in the
quarter mile, Tom Mc-Nish, two years a fast charging full-
back on the varsity pigskin squad, lim Maley, tennis, Dick
Linn, huge end on varsity football, now in the Navy, VVaIt
Mikesell, varsity football, and two years a varsity track
letterman, Bill Munster, "Bee" letterman in football and
track, one stripper in gymnastics and track, placed in a tie
for third on the All-City meet, Dick Nabers, terrific tackle
for two seasons on the varsity football squad, Bob Nip le,
varsity football, Don Patton, two years a "Bee" track Ivet-
tennan, one on the "Bee" football team and a one stripper
in gymnastics, Bill Priester, manager and commissioner of
athletics, Alfonso Reyes, hard-fighting "Bee" quarterback,
is now in the Marine Corps, Jim Robertson, "Bee" football,
Dick Roemer, two year varsity letterman in football and
track, last year he was the captain of the powerhouse boys,
Boyce jacques, "Bee" basketball and track and this yearis
miler on the varsity thinclad squad, John jones, fiery little
tackle on the varsity football team, now in the Army Air
Corps, Chuck Satterfield, two stripper in track and basket-
ball, captain of the pennant-winning basketball squad,
Don Shinkle, "Been letterrnan in football Ctwo yearsj and
track, one year in varsity track, Frank Smith, "Bee" track
and also varsity spike letters, Paul Snyder, he was all-
league at Fairfax, won varsity baseball letter at Bingville,
Bob Swasey, fast charging guard on the Champ "Been
football combine, Bill Tenny, "Bee" lettemian in track and
football, won a varsity monogram in track two years, Hank
Terusa, halfback on "Been team, Don Steiner, excellent
end on "Bee" team, also captain of the '43 squad, Dick
Tozer, varsity letterman in football and gymnastics, jack
Van Nostrand, won "Been letter in football and varsity
monogram in the same sport.
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KDAMS MERLIN ADAMSAK, PHIL AGELMAN, JACK
RKLEY FLORANN BARR, SHIRLEY BARTON, FRED
BEISNER DEAN BELARDES, JANICE BIXLER, LOWELL
RISTOL JEANNE BRISTOL, JEROME BROOKS, BUD
ANDREWS, DIXIE BALZER, EUGENE
BASHOR, JACQUELINE BAYH, BEVERLY
BOERNER, SHIRLEY BRESEE, CAROL
BRUSH, RAY BURT, JEANETTE
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