North Hollywood High School - El Camino Yearbook (North Hollywood, CA)

 - Class of 1949

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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1949 volume:

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The school, North Hollywood High, as a mint, which tries to bring forth the true color and value of the coin. Eootools Projossors Coil of tho Realm Vigllaotos Uoilo Locals Field of Honor The Mint X '35 Jjfff ff ,I Q1 PHEU T PIUEESSUIS al I ffp W ff 9 gsffflff My Cf My 44,1400 fffffffdlff NN gS S82 Q f gf U 2 fi if if 2 54 - : sw Ns. W.. X .,,,.,: :5w, 'i ,. W V f J Qbv ff Wig! ,fn V 37 4 'MW . H5606 egl"0Lf5A8l" In the days of '49 men risked their lives for gold. Today, a hundred years later, we take the same risk but for greater reason. Today it is a question of survival with men playing high stakes for the favors of science. While we take our hats off to pioneers of yesterday let us not forget that we need pioneers of today, pioneers who are willing to take great risks for peace. It is with this thought that we dedicate this annual to those who made this great land possible for us. Sl h lt o le u S e Si v iz w h N ir W Vi li Q1 xx Ss. D ndfed it is O tis of 5 rlOf fake this J At WM. Mamie .Sa fge Girls' Vice-Principal Mrs. Sallee, like everyone else in this school ot ours, has had a job to do and she has done it well. One of her main duties is to improve student relations and personal attitudes. In doing this she has many prob- lems to solve, these she attacks with a lust and vigor for getting things done. Mrs. Sallee is one of the most capable and etticient administrators. W, ggi, 5 Jem Boys' Vice-Principal One of the toughest iobs in any high school is that of boys' vice-principal, our vice-principal, Mr. Holt, has performed this task well. Through it all he has remained well liked by everyone and is really worth his weight in gold. mn Clwwdgf amer Serving as a temporary administrator in Mr. Holt's absence, Mr. Hamer succeeded in filling the position of boys' vice-principal with remarkable tact and diplomacy. His willing enthusiasm, determination, and friendly manner are what made his stay at our school a complete success. ,,, --1:i.:as:5f:4' 111 . 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V J +G: f' V' 5 H 2 VV ' , ft ,f f ' f' r V f Q J M W ' ,w l V , "sl , V fu v ' 5 V' ' 7 gh-is Q V J f X " f ff 5 ' , , geek 9 if -.Q 'Urs 5749 Sickler, Doris Slakoff, Sandra Slater, Lynn Slee, Patricia Smith, Jack Smith, James Smith, Jerry Solomon, Arnold Spangrude, Jeanne Sproul, Marianne St. John, Analou Stanley, Patricia Steele, Shirley Stevens, Jean Stewart, Barbara Stockton, Wayne Stockwell, Barbara Stuart, Ronald Summers, Dean Tait, Barbara Taylor, Betty Taylor, Virginia Terry, Shirley Thomas, Jerry Tichenor, Dick Tomaon, Katharine Tovik, Joyce Trietsch, Paul Trosr, Jack Turnham, Babette Tush, Felicia Ucker, Charles Valdez, Jesus Van Enger, Willard Van Vechten, Peter llllll Veltmcn Pamela Viveros Beaitrice Vogley Jack Von Gerloff Valda Vorst La Vonne Walsh James Wampler Betty Wasserman Marvin Way Bull Weaver Charles Webb Crelghlon Wemck Betty We s Bull Wells Dlck Wenclland Fred Wentz Dlxle Westlake Jerry Whlre Charlie White Roger Wllber Beverly Wulber Loss Wulllams Ruth Wilson Don Wilson Richard Wlndmxller Richard Wlfter Wulluam Wygant Nanci Wyman Bob Yamashlta Hlcleo Yurman Muriel f .fy Vw 'fx f iff 7: Seniors 5119 Prlbulo Theresa l princl High keen our n men. 0 gg Soo: Uni QW fQ""'f v 5 l , ii l Q l 1 Q ' fi 5 ' at H, Shutter Shy Albert, Sheldon Alexander, La Verne Andelin, Sharon Babb, Lois Bernstein, Sharon Brooks, Bill Castonguay, Sallie l Chacon, Ernie Church, Tom i Cisar, Tom W Cooper, Charles Corso, Gene Dachs, Gloria Deeds, Wilber Elliott, C. J. Ford, Frances w Frantz, Mary 1, Gilroy, Fred t , , Uur Most L ? Honored Graduate right, Barbara Hope, David Isreol, Bud Kercheval, Bob Klein, Joyce Knight, Bob Lindly, Bob Motsuda, Hisoshi Monk, Burdette Naylor, Marlene Perkins, Bruce Silbor, Arthur Smith, Don Togert, Andrea Taylor, Joe Thomas, Joyce Weinert, Ginger Williams, Will Wolfe, Jeanene Roscoe L Frasher One of the most reluctant persons to graduate this term is our principal, Mr Frasher He has endeavored to make North Hollywood High the best school in the city Through the semesters he has taken a keen interest in all school activities and has Improved to a high degree our mental and social growth Like a true 49er he has the qualities that make him a leader ot men His years ot experience have developed in him the talent which a good principal must have the ability ot distinguishing between the good and the bad On his retirement Mr. Frasher intends to visit each state In the Union, taking pictures as he goes. We know he will be in two places at once: enioying himself on his vacation and in spirit with us in school. Seniors S 49 SEHIUF Cl:-155 Day SEHIUT PICHIII 5 FN: Euvemmant Viqilantes Student Body President Winter 49 Wilham Hnuhlunle Bill Knoblock has ably directed and guided student activities through his term of oftice Since the B 10 Bill has taken an active part in all school activities and has en deavored to maintain a high schol arshlp record Through the hard work and effort put forth by him as student body president he has won the respect and admiration of the entire student body Tummy Elaunch During his term of oltice, Tommy Claunch upheld capably his posi- tion as Student Body President. Some of the things accomplished during his administration were the instlgatlon of clean campus actlvl ties and the Huskle Handbook Tommy was an outstanding athlete as well as a scholar e s fe rest ocu l Un s tc isreturinc one u - gum mgl ETSQ roug W Ile- Q 5 ect ur ID in V Umor mu I 0 visa W Q Student Body President Q Summer 49 fin wg, iinili rice, Tommy ft ltis post. -ef President Cfwmplished Tian were the :CWS octivi. lf llundltooli. inning cthlete A , l Q Zi ' lf f is fff Student Snnneil W '1lS The student council along with the rest of the students and the faculty wish to extend sincerest thanks to Mrs. Sadie Snyder, who is retiring this year. Mrs. Snyder has done a truly commendable iob in guiding the student councils through her stay here. Through the years, the sweet white-haired lady has won the re- spect and admiration of everyone in Bingville. Her wry, subtle sense ot humor has lifted the hearts ot many. ln addition to being the taculty advisor for the student council, Mrs. Snyder has excelled in teaching in the English department, her spe- cialty being Advanced-Composi- tion. QL Mrs. Sadie Snyder Sponsor, Student Council Student Euuueil S '49 'ff Buys League W 49 Buys League S 49 Dolrwin Smifh Dick Yolmoshifo Bruce Bell Roger Murphy Mr. Harvey Nelson Bolo McCloy Salely C llllly Sllllllll lhese lhree romn cred lo lulill llleir lessly lo impress upo lolwlllcll they slung Elecn Campus, fqfw l E E N...,w ' 5-,,.4.f Qxxwfkg hx -' NJN, as V ws l I Safety Commission W 49 Safety Service Clean Campus W'1lEl These three commissions have endeav- ored to fulfill their jobs by working tire- lessly to impress upon us Huskies the ideas for which they stand: Safety, Service, and Clean Campus. Service Commission W 49 Clean Campus mmm C ' g 'ff :'.Z,5fr ' rf':i'Q'T . . , Q-W.. 2 V Q 5211 -Q . X 4 '-" vi' Y Q.. 3 A C-ggi ri QQJZF : . ' . .- E-1-Q,-al .N-If f .ffs::f!':,,-: " X is fi' .. M . ' 'll' 5 'fiijfff ll-...Rf ' e,. gym-4-322 - K- , , V A ,ae . is ' fr X-2-FH - aa. z if 4 3 " 1 1 - . M so 1, " -'wee A Q r I " ff 'igkii-, N .EX . s ,N1'l f A . Q X I me R552 , " , Nw ' . '. C sy. Z1 9 .9755 Aflf, f V ' W X C r -r C, , ,X , ,.,. 0 . ,me,,mWM ff' Girls' Court W'49 Salaty Sarvica Elaan Campus A cleaner campus, The safety schedule, and the service endeavor have helped To improve our school. The success of these plans is due To The co-operation of The Three commissions of Safety, Service, and Clean Campus. Safety Com mission S'49 S219 Service Commission S'49 Boys' Cou rf, S'49 Girls' League Ilaliiiiet Willil Girls' League Cabinet 5,49 Under the capable leadership ot Barbara Kyne S49 and Mary Crocker W49 the Girls League Cabinet has clone a magnificent 'ob of sponsoring the Spring Festival and Winter Carnival In cooperation with the Boys League Cabinet they have taken care of all noon actlvi ties for the past semester Sponsor of the Girls League is Mrs Sallee ' I , . , - . . I . I . . . . . 1 . X. .1-. tv fy-M Hemereem Representatives W'4Q Hemeteem Representatives S119 Art Soll W'49 Deon Rankin S'49 -'RN Q . ,K X ' AT S t 5 lj. - 'VA C NOX Y li ve . 3 'A I., Q 4 Q: rin, 2-, x Q i Q- ! 'IPF wa 36 7'-ii 'N 4. Q Li V .. B1 sg., P Rik f.. 1 U UIQHIHZHHUHS Union Locals s" Cb S X I 1, I xgiiaofalmkgo I EEE If Ayjbcaefy Mrs. Leila Busan bs 1 r 'fr Sponsor, Scholarship Society Exceeding in talent, ambition and ingenuity would best describe the members of the Scholarship Society here in North Hollywood High. During the past semester the so- ciety has presented interesting pro- grams and talent shows to prove that they are not iust all "brains," The society is ably and etticiently sponsored by Mrs. L. Rosen and Mrs. F. Warren, who is acting co- sponsor. Both teachers have given much time and eFFort in preparation for their monthly meetings. We can all be very proud of them for they will be the successful pros- pectors ot our tomorrow. Wd . fem ,sv -We T ' ' ' ' i rf f , 'ZZ1 ' 0 , ' X "T iff? 4 . . f A t' ' " 'r - ' " ff' 0 i ' . w- ,..f ' f- W w 76' 12' 1' '-" 'r ,- 1, ' . W f -.,, 'M X " ' "JW ,V A , 1-4 New ,, ,A N - . V L an ig! g in A . sil l V 1, ff ' f.. L., 2? f' ,' :K ' , M ,f 'li fr ' rf ,V ' ff 'Q Pi ' 'Y s L , 5 1 T ' 1 4 i r 1 1 R Q , f ' 5 , is 4 X. mi lm M1 f fl, . ,, f r Tirelblle Clleif WY49 Girls? Gllee W7 41:9 Singing for assembly, and acting as a talented group ot singers, the Treble Clet is considered a vital part of North Hollywood High School. The Girls' Glee of W'-49 consisted of some ot the most talented singers in the valley. This is another group that is an important part of this school. 49 l C 6 Hrs KTQ Girls? Gllee SY49 Treble Cleft S549 The Girls' Glee was the organization that gave the "Mikado" its outstanding vocalists. They were the Jap- anese maidens in the finest operetta that this school has ever had. The S'49 class of Treble Clet was blessed with ex- tremely talented and hard working singers. Their ex- istence has made it possible tor girls to receive good training in the vocalist line. ' A ,c1c. i A , ,, is ,, W 4 if l v G4 , ffwi' ,c.l T 5, The OrchesTra consisTs of TalenT in The insTrumenTal line. Their TalenT was verified in The fine musical perform- ance for The opereTTa, The "Mikado." Orchestral W M19 Band W M19 ii j . F Mr. D. A. Di sono Mfg and Part of The OrchesTra Gnd Par The BON oumrihufi aiicirs. ITS Talented m eager fo I bundtheib UTC I T fir , r 1 V 'JN T 'i 1 fv nw L 9 Q51 T . iv M M X, fi z '51 I 'in ' Sturm i Omlwestrq i"C consists ol E instrumemql fi? was veriled 'JSiCGl perlgfm. S operatic, the WWW Miss Mildred Huey and Part of the Girls' Glee The Band is the musical outfit that plays at our sports affairs. Its members are all talented musicians that are eager to make our school band the best. .,. ,.,,, ww .iii l -A CB f l ,hl"ip" X I Uircllmesitnfai S 749 Band S W9 Y 5 Boys Gilce WVW9 Qllmaumuelrs W749 The Chanters is a group of boys with talent that has enabled them to entertain our school with some of the finest singing. Here, too, boys are able to receive professional training with our well qualified music teachers. ,gi BQ The group uMikC of lJC our Ol has 6' the his w N l f Boys Gilnee S 49 Qhammfueirs S 49 The Boys Glee is the group that gave to the "Mikado" its fine assortment of boys' voices that made our operetta the finest that has ever been produced in the history of this school. GSH as Doncellas Las Amiias ' w'49 Las Madriuas W'1l9 Top row: Virginia McQuown, Karen Halzer, Judy Siefien, Joan Vosberg, June Vosberg, Phyllis Lykins Nancy Hatch, Judy Anihony, Mrs. Sallee. Second row: Delores Valdez, Anne Hawkins, Carol Jacobson Carol Hoghe, Barbara Caldwell, Marion Niblack, Harrie? Caine, Doris Dalfer. Bofiam row: Richie Gannell Mary Jane Donegan, Mary Crocker, Mary Ann Kerans, Mary Ellen Nichols, Sallie Miichell, Joan Rader macher, Pal Fiizsimmons, Barbara Kyne. W'49 X i Q ,nw Las Madriuas S '49 Top row: Michelle Arons, Darlene Murray, Frances Stuart, Daisy Pfund, Shirley Munster, Beverly Bryanl, Ann Lawrence, Barbara Caldwell. Second row: Shirley Kirkwood, Mary Jane Donegan, Doris Valdez, Marilyn O'Meara, Doris Dalfer, Carol Jacobson, Sally Crasweller, Joan Kurland, Mrs. Sallee. Boiiorn row: Merle Ann Coliani, Virginia McQuown, Carol Hoghe, Judy Sieffen, Marion Niblack, Anne Hawkins, Nancy Hatch, Barbara Kyne. N f Las Doncellas S'49 Las Amilas S'49 .ip- -5 Essudems W ,119 Los Eampenues W '49 L05 Serenus S219 H ,E QQ "lun Eff' Los lfampeones Eleventh-grade boys' serv- ice club. They have helped to keep the halls clear at noon cmd nutrition. Their ad- visor has been Mr. Thomas Lawson. Escuderus Boys' senior service club, the Escuderos, stand out as being leaders in our school. Their duties have been to usher and take care of the auditorium with the Madri- nas. Their sponsor is Mr. Holt, boys' vice-principal. Los Eampeones 5719 Q Escuderos S219 Stage Crew W '49 Bible Club W'49 Harlequin Club W 149 , .ff SYHUH flew! llihle lluh 549 Harlequin Club fab X Q9 lm NN 'lg ZLL 'l l Stage Erew S119 Em W Bible Club 5 '49 Haflsqulu muh lx Harlequin Club 5 '49 6,99 l x French Club 5219 Q V, X -iff Q Q K K , Projection Crew WY19 eere ."ie. I, NY Q i Z Projection Crew 5 ,451 French Club W '49 . 1 VW 'Qgaquf-v-un.-F + Y v , Q JINWF5 FZ 1 . 1 , , Y 1 u i wg , A72 , is X ,W- Q? 'X , eg, if? " f wx , 9 Arcade Staff W '49 Sue Sonfcug Editor, Arcade W'49 Y 1 W V World Friendship Club Wllfl M Arcade Staff 5219 .41 Jocm Kurlond Edltor Arcade S49 - 1 1 lmvllh, tiki! My I Q PPA. . At North Hollywood High we have one of the most honored F. F. A. Chcupters in the city and county. This goes forthe unit os well cus individual members. One ofthe brighter stors in our Chapter is Jock Willioms, who besides winning mony other prizes won the City Public Speaking Contest for agriculture. George Murokomi hos been president tor the post two semesters. The good notured gnd ccipoble odvisor to this group has been Mr, PQU1 Grcace. H. UT. E. The Reserve Officers Training Corps of our high schooi ranks high among the best in the city. Now more than ever all schools need such an organization to train and prepare students to be better citizens in tomorrow's democracy. Ve one of iii the cffi' and 55 lfidwiduol our Chapter many Oiiief Contesf f0f n presidefif yfured and 7 ML Paul Z' X Company C W-49 Company "C S49 Company "A" W'49 Company "A" S'-49 Color Guard W'49 ,. company HBH H Eompuny NBII Sl! H H H H H H H Color Guard 5'4 wg 4 Peggy McKim Editor-in-Chief 1 ' A Qi 5 f ". 1 fl Mr. D. A. Wallace B0bMcCE2lEd Sponsor th er nl e! G ti V b Assnsmng, .M,,,........ El liammu Staff 1 JUVHQSXQ tugs: s., 1 10 '5 iq' ff!! pf' 9' my V 5' Q Q I Pd Q1 M 1 .4 Mg Y 25 X g X wx I XNEQHM .,,, -. r , 4 Bob McClay Alan Mescon Art Editor Photo Editor ASSISTANTS Ja Joan Kurla nd Literary Editor El Eammn The people pictured on these pages were the build ers and creators of this an nual We wish to thank everyone who helped and aided us In accomplishing this goal We have done our very best In making a good book for you Your EL CAMINO Staff if . ' t Jw :fmt , g t fin ,Q A E -1 Xt Quentin Durham Layout Editor gifs.-A AL Dellame Hazen Business Manager pf? ff-W'-9 ww 'ii f mes Tenner Nancy Kotal Vlrglnna Schokal . 'n ,: ' - .. ' vw- I ' l X' .kk s x . '.,. , . . . . g , 1 V ' ' .4 H I I ' Z 'T' I . V 5 W 7 l ' , fl H J . J 1 l H I I ' , , '+ l ,. , , f in Q- I Q - 7 if ' tell ' gf' 5, ' 4,3 A "1 ,Q ' , . f Fl I . f ' - w ' O . M ll . N,,4, In X x 2 1 , 1 ' A E 5 ' 1 . , . . E - , It ' ' freed-g,',' ' V- M134 of - f " gs . f X" iT'v1,',-'fr A V - if Q i - .. .f EL K f, ' sl 1-,lug . , K ,F x A K ,X .XM If a ae LETTEBMENS BLUE Led by Coach Smith the men ot this club have ably handled the jobs assigned to them. Olticiating at track meets and taking care ofthe cafeteria at noon and nutrition have been accomplished by them to a high degree ot success. The president for the fall term was Dick Wells, followed in the spring by Paul LaCava. Q5 l 'bam fy' ' rv- ll 'f I In ' gsk v 1 thi lg -wt "- -'mf N ff 'X,f'1 X-A 'V 1. I Iv fi F F un- V'-5 5 I v 'R + JS :J ,L 'fri' , N 1,1 'ff , r xkpvzcx , , 71 ffm: 1 . 3, 'Q' , I fhe fhe ,O U aHsf fax ff? 4' 'fi S thleiins Held of Honor Sr, 4' v 'fa " l J I 1 I ll I 5 Varsity Huskies Above-Coach Nelson's Varsity football machine which steamrolled their way to a second place in the Valley L . . eague, dropping only one league tilt to the Van Nuys Wolves at Gilmore Stadium. Below-Gordon Crowley, ace Huskie tailback, in action against the Verdugo Hills squad in a game won by the Huskies 28 to 0. Also shown is Larry Fraiser aiding "Gordy" with a well timed block. :NQ.,+.fig1 . Gordon Crowley in Action lsr Sfri llove - Nelson' players l. lo r.: llindmiller, re: Sweet, rt, Bruce Be captain, rg, Pai lava, co-capta lorl langlorcl, lg leerl, le. Baclcleld llells, qi Bill Heizi Gordon Crowley lorry Froizer, l. 305 McCu Cfqwle FWS X ist String Varsity Qi, -Q-5144, Vg!-Uiigg-sun. ,il A H. , -1-fr" '.-H ' .,..ff-'rf' ' ,::"'A E - E i l l f Above - NeIson's top players l. to r.: Dick Windmiller, re, Rod Sweet, rt, Bruce Bell, co- coptoin, rg, Poul Lo- Ccivo, co-coptoin, cy Jock Longford, lg, Bill Reed, le. Bockfielcl: Dick Wells, q, Bill Heizer, rhp Gordon Crowley, lh, Lorry Frcizer, t. Bob McCaffery Crowley AQGII1' 4 L' ff'c , .V all ' E5?.lffQ3li Ee, e .Hanky M ., x , -, f, l i i I S 1 i ,., ,, L, i 'K e- fi. 1 ., . -av, JWAN1 3 'Nth f , - 1 ' AA k Q t 1-'L Mm, v '-- - - --- A 1- ,l aicisiwlz- , ' , 5 f .1 . t ,...,. I if X - , , Y ' , f i was ' ., - . , ir, -iii V ' y - - - , 'A ,.. - f .5 f I , . U., , , ' l i i i .Z ,ll ' Harvey Nelson V V xvavfw-V 51, W ., ll , Zffi' 1 --L s:fg2f'NfE"4,?: V. - ,Mfr ,di ,Q . , ,,,,, 2, f -+21 f Sf- if ' t illl , ,, I 5, , Q f Spraker Speaks Night Action North Hollywood played their first night game in the school's history last semester, but came out on the short end of the score as they were beaten 27 to 19 in a thriller with Van Nuys. Coach Harvey Nelson, the man who guided the H , squad through its ups and downs throughout the V X l season, from our first game ot the season with 5, ' Q Hollywood to our last game with Fremont in the +5 ,v ' play-offs for the city championships. 7',m,'l 1 1 1 1 lx' Mr. John Osterman, the person who moulded A2291-Q the best line in the Valley, perhaps the city, came over from Occidental College to assist Mr. Nelson in the coaching of Varsity football. John Osterman -,r i 5, l 4 WF f. M 'Vi l ' 53p:3 , l g ei ,'y 4 v - .fe ' ---fre, FN: i ght game come out ire beaten guided the Jgliout the auson with tent in The came e son ffl. Spraker Speaks E Z X59 wr 53,-1 4 A., f M Q V X51 2' 4 jk! x ff? Al Q ,Z Above-Mr. Spraker showing Captain Elect Dave Wells what it's all about. Below-The "Bee" squad, coached by Mr. Spraker, had a fairly successful season, considering the in- experience prevalent throughout the team. im. w ' , "Bee Squ d m0Uld9d iyf Nl f". .-swf Y "" 'U' ' ll a l r First String "B" Football ' Lett to right: ist row: David Wells, Art Soll, Jack Haskins, George Mars- 1 i r vi it ,M H it l l lend, Lenard Street, Morry Potkins, Jim Smith. Top Row: Dick Yama- il shita, Charlie Reed, Jim Wells, Pat Ross. ll I: ll ' t R gl 'a li l 73? xi Q , X5 l l 5 l Pete Steele Pete Steele in action, attempting to block Hunter's pass. 4? ,ff C, ' if lil, J A N.H The rom leug bers Upi Rigl lov lov FN N, Ana. 14- -A yrs 13- IA- 'Q J 'i Gym Team N.H.H.S. Gym Team The Huskie Gym team, coached by Mr. Al Lundy, romped to a fifth place position in the Mission League as they placed a few outstanding mem- bers on the All-Valley team. Upper Right-Warren Rector: Rings, Long Horse. Right-Gary Myersonp Free Ex and Parallel Bars. Lower Right-Marv Wassermany Side Horse. Lower Left-Gorclon Arfordp Long Horse. L A A -an 'P Rf 1 xg, E QJVQZ. , 1 it . ,, L, " . '52 9 4 wk L' 1 .Mft 4 2 if c Er , if Warren Rector , F, ff -I -c 0, 1- t . ,I . ,,.iui..H1. . V ' f V "'v . Q ,, of ar f Wiiill l f .0 fi ly .f w. swiss s - 5 5 V L f Qiwff f ' I ivf8..f. ""??f mf 24,158 ' if f ' 1227! f rig-Qf. S - ,, ' ' " mf4S'fi3gQiv,amf I ,7 ,- hi- Q ' ...,' . - - -ff-"wLJ'Q-s-' xgqaffr JAR ,. Gary Myerson m. , K .yu JS-.l'5 0 alfa ' ! f . .42 ' f . .gf X' GV olfill L Q gif' if r . - - f 2, .- r V , A, J cf V 1 ,xwgy ,, ll I 4, K is is 7 , , Gordon Arford Marvin Wasserman ,dai L I y L in si.. i. ...,.,. V. ,Pi Varsity Baseball Above: Mr. Osterman's Championship baseball squad. Back row: L to R: Jack McCurdy, Bob Wyman, Burt Dillard, Bob McCaFfery, John Jacobs, Jerry Thomas, Bill Ferris. Middle: L to R: Jim Cudell, Chuck Knettles, Dick Hinzman, Benny Dobbins, Bob Edgerton, Pat Ross, James Rogland. Front row: L to R: Coach Osterman, Terry Morse, Kenny Wal- ters, Richie Morse, Everett Moore, Bill Wells. Bob McCaHiery A z, X, , I, S2 'sf - - -I .wmv .W , 'N S A V M 7 S f ' Y f 5415! Sv' if W 'Q f 1 1 K f iw' 4 0, ,Wig fl y' W lv QA , 9 1 ,Z,,f,,.:,. .V ,S 41 1 Q 41i4aL,,,ff,f .fff X ' , 4 , 1 f ,fix ,W VL I, W 4? W . f fl X 5 ' M K as . . F :a..:,, Bill Wells Burt Dillard w-W"""'W ,ff fix? ii H fr: :-. f' . .. .-.: 3 M- ' ' " fr ,751 ,rls , L frrr L 'A x V WMM! W, V 11 4 , ? ' wr' i , P 1' 'L 'F ,M ,,,, M , , , ,,,,.,,., ' ' ,, , A l A ' in f L Q gawk I , , ,W J, nm If I ,,,,, ,,,Q, 1 y In iff, ' 2, , r ' ' " ,-,+,..,,, if A f s ,,., w ' f is Ai it Qfyfi K' , ., ,, Q ,,,,,f it , , 'iiff L .4 ' if ,WW Ili iii Q- J .M . wggmhmjgjluh F - ,A , ' ' A 4 , A , A , ,,,,, ' C " ff" Am 'Y 'ii' Couch Smif Buck row: Scott, Donl Fugdslci, Di fence leory lto R: Mori selPurl4,D1 Richlin, Bill l to R: Co Terry Phelr Todd, Bud Ruleol. Mi, leading pi Glcuglilin, 452 ,t -M ti. ,if I I re Chuck :ss lc. es .fmt llql- gyfi Dillard Qllfl if r if if R, "1-. , f , , 5,51-7, V Z gi? will A Q flfwemfb My fy -V2 fft""l'zV'.s' W5 Coach Smith s lst Place Jay Vee Squad Back row L to R Ronnie Hudson Ross Scott Don Davis Gibby McGlaughlin Ray Fagdski Dick Peacock Lindsay Law Law rence Leary Lloyd McGinnis Middle row Lto R Marlon Sparrow Roddy Quinn Rus sel Park David De Groot Bob Smith Larry Rlchlm Bill Simson Bill Homes lst row L to R: Coach Smith Page Weddington Terry Pheleps Carl Blackie Plaia Ray Todd Bud Fisher Phil Zimbordo Mark Rafeal. Middle right: Bob Smith leagues leading pitcher. Lower right: Gibby Mc- Glaughlin Short Stop Supreme. Gibby McGlaughlin Zt1m.,,,z :L-r-5 V! 'ff' -fx' - Junior Varsity Bob Smith f"'! ,yy-X-rm X 'J Www 'lf .ps I f , ,w,-it sy, EEST?-'W'V121mQ, f L! , nf-65,0 V ' . ji! .f ,L It , f , sm, f ' ' " L ff . t ' f ' ' Q fs , ,.-.14 xf Z ' N , S , , X f N' 1 fa 4 .g,,1Q',l 7 it M, y it 1 , 2 , 3, ' ef if l jf f'll ,.,, A .I W' .f rms' , 4 . I I , . 4-ffl, wi W t 449 Tennis Team Back Row: John Newman, Dick Eaton, Bob Lee, Jerry Carpenter, Wen Niles, Chuck Silverberg, Marty Milner, Frank Harris, Marcus Hissong, Mel Gorclon, mgr., Jim Robertson. Front Row: Coach Paul Xanthos, Milton Title, Bill Newcomer, Paul Burkette, Dudley Helm. Jerry Carpenter Wendell Niles Frank Harris Marty Milner , Above: buck David Hope, ver, Don Hoc l lo R: Din Severn, Clivi lmpliywonl the Hrst Vg llflmpionshl rms 'in er,Wen lissong, Luntlios, 1, I l I V' g L I ll f 1 Y? ill 'I ei . L I ',:"1l1 ' 12 "' if ' , 'H l if , Y., L '? X342 gh is l 5' fave .,annnv"7 . 2,1 . Cross Country Above: loack row: L to R: Coach Xanthos, David Hope, Darwin Smith, Charles Wee- ver, Don Hoover, Dwight Mobley. Kneeling, L to R: Dick Bennett, Carl Cook, Ray Severn, Clive Rogers. Shown here is the trophy won by N. H. Harriers, as they won . the first Valley League Cross Country i Championship in the Valley's history. A , Z 1 'I , A 1 .1 . I 75 Zi 1 f 'K f -zz ffj' W 95195 . W? Q X .ag I f '4 x U L , L 4 f J Q',L it , ,, J lf? LQ Trophy for All Valley League , C . . . iil, . fierf Cross Country Champwmshlp i fat sf "A" Basketball Above: North Hollywood High School Championship basketball squad shown after winning its 28th straight League win over a span ot three years. Below, left: Don Taylor lays one in the mesh for two points in a game against Verdugo Hills. The game was won by the Huskies, 57 to 32. Yi Fw ui olhwood High shin bcsketbd! wihning its QSM r over o spun of N, ki: Don Taylor H ?or wo points 5' 'ferdugo HiHs. ' iv fhe Huskies, 3 J Jerry Carpenter Don Lackey Above leff: Jerry Carpenter, sensational forward, receives ball from his ieammale. Above righh Don Lackey hooks one in from way out Below: The Bee Baskerball squad, coached by Mr. Al Lundy, had a good season as they went through their league To come our second to San Fernando. "Bee" Basketball if .,. 'i Y ii' DEF' ily' f E' l if 3 - 5 lf I? C6 ci 'Nite From out. nd u :ond nf' 1 Dale Johnson takes a long shot. "Cee" Basketball Huskie Cees concluded a very impres- sive season by downing all opponents in a ten game schedule to capture the league's trophy two years in a row. The two pace- makers on the Cee team were Richard Morse and Howard Earnest. Richard caged 69 digits and Howard 72 in league play. San Fernando ...... ...... 1 7-32 and 19-22 Van Nuys .......... ...... 1 5-25 and 19-23 Verdugo Hills ...,., ...... 1 2-24 and 18-24 Eagle Rock ........ . ...... 17-34 and 10-33 Canoga Park... ,... ...... 2 0-25 and 25-41 "Dee" Basketball - Esi .. ... l ' of i i i , , y i 1 ,, f ' "wi L' , -V .. i Varsity "A" Track Above: A varsity track team that North Hollywood can 1, surely be proud ot is Coach Nelson's star Varsity "A" l Track. Below: Bob McCattery, one of the top sprinters in the Valley League. Clive Rogers with the Valley's top 880 clocking of 2:05.-4. Johnny Sawyer, holder of the New ' School record in the broad jump at 22 feet and 6 inches. l l il l l Bob McCaFfery Clive Rogers Johnny Sawyer i , , f .4 AW 'Z Qmfa V 7 1 gm ' . .,,f9w2f5Z 2 , ' H , .ff r- inf W I X302 my Pg.-1 I f , I fy . , 3 wffyj, , , ' v Z'i.'f ff ff 1 ' 1- MH ' . ' ' ' UW' f ' ' f fi M V ., V A, 'f X'-' 'P - f--- - - ,-.X r. i x 4 ,il 4 A F E ' lil, .N ,ff N HJ ' .Myl- L3- I .Q sim i aj we ff sk l I ny Sawyer .'+' 1' N . V: A r Ilfl' ' in 4 2, ', N,-Br, - ., -In -4 .4 ' ' fi ,Q A - V 4 I Bee Track Cee Track Above Oufsfandmg Bee track led by Coach Osterman Below Carl Peacock and Bob McClay are Two of The League s best B e sprmfers Bob Dixon placed fhlrcl In the Valley League broad lump finals Carl Peacock Bob McCloy Bob Dnxon si' 2 N, ' , f Q, fr M V 'GI' . 1 I V 45, x X, Girls' Athletic Association A memory dear to the hearts ofthe G.A.A. members is the spring spread held in the Seamans Squad on April 4. At this event a basketball game was played with the A11's vs. the Faculty. Mrs. Sallee acted as a referee and Mr. Frasher was the water boy. The game ended in a tie. G.A.A. Archery . ' A - .M Jil! -. A I ' Q if' g il 'if' 1 sings gi f .if i is All is i r ff fr ' ' f n IJ' The G strives io for girls. of sporisi physical 1 i QQ., vb- ' iff ,. 1' . .If 'flu , I' if ol' ,ATI . , Al fs. 4 fl G.A.A. Cabinet The Girls' Athletic Association strives to further interest in athletics for girls. It wants to foster a spirit of sportsmanship and to promote physical efficiency among them. The sports for this year included speedball, archery, hockey, tennis, basketball, baseball, and badmin- ton. The B11's won the championship cup for speedball. The cup for hockey was won by the A1'l's. The basketball cup went to the Senior Ayes with Frances Flaherty their captain. Champion Basketball 45 Doubles Tennis Frances Flaherty and Marilyn Clark, two of the most talented girls in North Holly- wood High in tennis, await their next rivals in a game of doubles tennis. 3 x ,s - . -L . Speedball Left: One of the most popu- lar sports offered to the G.A.A. is speedball. Almost sixty girls participated in this excellent game during the semester. Hockey Lett: G.A.A. Hockey, a sport that takes skill, quick think- ing, speedy coordination, and physical fitness. And in those qualities, each of the girls in this field is equally able. fee- X S X s wif N XR. X X X -x. W X 9 G fn mostpopu er to he dooH Almost mrpafed IH this -ne during t 6 -iockey G SPOVT I quick hlnk COOVCJIUUTIUU Htness nd In fd .S eqvvlly ja :J-J 'Bk il A? Cfirmw EHIHDU5 Thi? Mint 1 1 pw' 'Q -, 2 , . , , ,, .A.. . -if P' 1 N- "i1'L?7:',J,rl.fT 4,2"f I' . .- '. 1 , , ' R A ' - b 4 7 ' L i K 1' 2 1 1 i 1 1 - i Y , gl, A 5 '-RU: L 1 L f L 1, zixsersnaxe-ribs. -au-awe.:-1.-1. .L , na '-. 'mag , .x-'Hia-x,u-nun. 1.aml-in-..acv,. f-ax mera..-1. .nm .--, , .Lfremw:x.wu.1--' -Ar:-.-'vu'-,ua Apu. . 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