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

 - Class of 1959

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'fig if: " if ' Q sf wg ,I 95-'+'3'TQfgz The theme Campus U.S.A. brings a special picture to the mind of every Huskie, and that picture is of Campus-North Hollywood. To the senior, the meaning of "campus" differs from the meaning held by the entering B-10 student. To the B-10 the campus may be a bewildering place until he becomes acquainted with people and procedures. To the older student who has formulated his plans for accomplishment, selected the activities of greatest interest to him, and found the friends he enjoys, the campus is a challenging, happy place. May all of you find on the Bingville Campus some time during your three years in high school, those worthwhile expe- riences that will bring you true happiness. fzezem Qinks Girls' Vice-Principal Campus U.S.A. is your own community, a place in which you each play and work according to your own goals. Each social, athletic, or scholastic event in which you participate only serves to more closely unite student, faculty, and administration. As each of your three years passes, you find yourself that much nearer the future. We hope that while you are here at North Hollywood High School we are able to offer you a foundation of knowledge and sociability with which to build a truly successful future. Only you can set your goals, only you can plan the path and follow it to its end. These three years at Campus U.S.A. are yours to do with as you will. It is our hope that as you pass from our community into a larger, more adult society, you keep in mind your Campus, and all opportunities that lie waiting for you here. Only you can mold these opportunities into a future of productive and useful accomplishment. ?zank fVeuge6nuez Boys' Vice-Principal Campus U.S.A. as seen by the counseling staff is a stage where the drama of high school life is daily enacted. The young people play signifi- cant roles as they gain knowledge and skills through new educational experiences, varied personal relationships, and expanded social responsi- bilities. As guidance personnel we are "in the wings" to give cues, help resolve problems, and to point the way for improved artistic production or greater creativity in life roles. cfthel Qage Lubvick Head Counselor A10 lA-Ll Mr. Moore A12 lM-Zi Mr. Kisling A11 lA-Ll Mr. MacDougall B12 lA-Zl Mrs. Northcote Counseling Staff The student's journey through Campus U.S.A. is immeasurably aided by the guidance and advice lent by North Hollywood High Schools counseling staff. It is the aim of these eight men and women to develop a sense of pride in work and satisface tion in accomplishment in the heart of each North Hollywood student. A10 lM-Zl Mr. Berkowitz B11 lA-Zl Mr. Francis His dreams for the future, his abilities and spe- cial problems-this is the knowledge with which the guidance office works to provide each student with the needed background for a successful future. A12 lA-Ll Miss Heckerson A11 lM-Zl Mr. Betts B10 lA-Zl Mrs. Duncan wuemmw.m.4f,. ,-f, - .M 1-.Ji i1 u,a Ph X Wa ...Q Miss Heckerson Mrs. Johnson Miss McGeeney Miss Reiquam Miss Sullivan Mr. Rossi Mr. Corbin Mr. Diliberti Mrs. Edgerton Mr. Grace Mr. Jones Music Science Science Science Science Science Mr. Kennedy Mr. A. Lundy Mr. J. UC. Lundy Mr. Moore Miss Pannell Mr. Prokop Science Science Science Science Science Science Mr. Rothermel Mr. Watson Mr. Anderson Mr. Berkowitz Mr. Curtis Mr. Cushman Science Science Social St. Social St. Social St. Social St. MQW fl f, Mrs. Domries Miss Fischer Mr. Fraley Mr. Lynch Mrs. McMahon Mrs. Von Helf Social St. Social St. Social St. Social St. Social St. Phys. Ed, Phys. Ed. Phys. Ed. Phys. Ed. Phys. Ed. Phys Mr Furlong Mr. Nelson ith Phys Ed, Phys. Ed. Phys. Ed. Phys. Ed. Phys Ed Phys Ed Mr. Auerbach Mr. Beckes Mrs. Cory Mr. Duckworth MfSgt. Livernois Shutter Shy Mr. Mosher Mr. Norwood Mrs. 0'Byrne Mrs. Opitz Mr. Read Mrs Curtis Mr. Jones Mrs. Cordeile Mrs. Schmidt Mrs Bender Mrs McBride Secretary Custodian Librarian Attendance Nurse Cafeteria eachers ? ? ? Say Cheeez! 'Tl' The Quiet One To Paris With Love .X K In Faculty Meeting What's Cookin', Wagner? Coffee Break ll wrt ill F' N PM-fest .. Something Special for Miss Stoakes Barbershop Quartet Delicate Delinquents Enough of That! Nelson Yell Arabian Nights enivzs North Holi Baliants Wmfer Closs of F xx 570 J Af' an ff , C, A K: I 4: Kypcj ,J M 74 fc, W N ,Q K Studeni sensor A J"-..,,,R1 Hi' A ,K 'ffgfk 41 fxmx A' 3 ff xx K k f,.,Nf"tx,x .X WML Mgghr 'nw msadbv 0'-'N-Q -nv-if Over the lands called Campus U.S.A. a daily parade of seniors passes. The dreams of many hearts are focused upon them as they go about the community. The Vallants and the Elysians, today's seniors, have indeed proved worthy of our pride and respect. With an abundance of excellent leaders, a rich store of knowledge, and unequalled loyalty they have worked together to fashion their separate futures. The influence of Campus U.S.A. upon the senior students is vast. And when North Hollywood is far behind, the ideas and energies of the Vallants and the Elysians will remain-a distant dream in the hearts of those who once looked at them and thought, "What you are I am now becoming." Class Officers President 76zcAazD fcenam Vice President Dale fbmonbson Historian reasurer I Secretary 7Co6ezt ADuDnick Qqngf H4231 Sue fllexanbez Sealbearers Row 1-S. Schneier, A. Blackburne, D. Edmondson, J. MacGregor. Row 2-H. Kraye, F. Schlaff, H. Drake. Row 3-J. Lombardi, M. Agran, J. Ackerman P. Gronstal, N. Bertram. Seninr Aye Council ,Anne Zion 'Helgf Row 1-Mrs. Von Helf, D. Edmondson, R. Stenton, J. Hardy, S. Alexander. Row 2- 1. MacGregor, L. Hovey, L. Marietta, D. Segovia, S. Schneier. Row 3-J. Bloom, J. Lombardi, M. Agran, H. Drake, R. Tomalino, H. Drake. 1,7 'H'- fi 'Tm- C7 1011.1 Q Adler, Paula Agran, Mike Akerman, lay Alexander, Sue Altschul, Craig Angel, Harry Bader, Walter Barasch Richard Bell, Herbert Bell, Louise Bell, Sylvia Bellah, lohn Blaine, Stuart Bloom, Joel Bloom, Sherrill Bock, Lee Bryant, Bill Burr, Linda Bushell, Michael Carlat, Douglas Clark, Bill Clinesmith, Carol Cohen, William Conklin, Ruth Cruger, Bob Cruger, Sharon Davis, Gordon Deem, Dale Algar, Bruce Allen, Peter Bashara Jim Bell, Gary Bertram, Neal Blackburne, Ardis Boys, Mary Breitstein, David Chandler, Mike Chrysler, Marlene Cooper, Bernard Craig, Roberta Darley, Leonard Danyluk, Joe Delis, Bette Deutschman, Martin Dudnick, Robert Dudow, Arlene Fein, Frances Fichara, Michael Fischer, Carole Fitzherbert, Roy Flores, Rose Fox, Dick Friedman, Donna Furlong, Leona Gageby, lim Gartner, Jean Gettleman, Sandra Goldstein, Belle Goodman, Ellen Goodwin, Arlene Gredmg, Julie Green, Jerry Gronstal, Phil Grossblat, Bina Halpern, Leonard Hanks, John Harding, Maureen Hardy, Janet Hect, Sue Herman, Linda Hill, Sharon Guess Who? 5 w Q' '9' 3 . m Miller, Stephen Milstein, Gene Morhar, Marilyn Morris, Charles Murphy, Linda Newman, Nathan Patton, Pat Paul, Polly Mitchell John Mrtnick Bol Moss loycr Moss Nanci Oppenheim, Caro Oviatt, Suzann Parkinson, Linda Notthoff, Susar ' e Petroni Jo Ann Phelps Carte Pearson Jeanne e , l Pollack Sanford Quark, lim Reeves, George Richards Er: Renner, Deanna , c Rieger, Arthur Roberts, Chris Rocha, Irene Ruh, Linda Runyon, Stephen Segovia, Dolores Sellers, Dolores Rischall, Dianne Rosser, Dick Royce, Chris Rubell, Michael Rugge, Lloyd Santangelo, Natalie Schenck, Sandra Schlaff, Frederick Schneier, Sunny Shann Susan Shapiro, Roberta' Shane, Carol Sharp, Elaineg Sheron, Mark Siegel, Toby Smdel, loan Six, Brad Sloan, Allen Small, Ronald Smith, Wayne Snider, Linda Sorvino, Connie Speer, Ruth Starnes, Sharon Stein, Stanley Steinberg, Larry Steinberg, Ronald Stenton, Richard Stern, Myrna Stimson, Dennis Suttles, Steve Swanson, Allene Thomas, .loan Tomalino, Ruth Tomlinson, Ray Tuttobene, June Twardoks, Kay Van Stane, Dick Volk, Judy Watson, Marilyn Weiner, Sue Weissman, Susan Wilson, Frank Woodruff, Donald Wright, Lillian Zaid, Dave Zarit, Robert Zusin, Joanne SHUTTER SHY: Dunie, Gerald Welborn, Dave Senior Snaps + Q, MLWBU ST 65. 1 ik if 3 HDNS wi QM 'CMKMQTH If ff? -1 ' 5 I A an ki .1-mn..f..-Man X L :wb FW! 0,21 fa-fa Summer '59 C ass Dfficers Grrls Vrce president Boys Vrce president President 75ogez 'Hana jlflazilyn 'Bzenton Qeozge Fnthman Secretary Treasurer Historian mm, :met Neal l W t 'Bunny 'Hanzi Qeanne Arlen Q' Class Advisor 'X QsYa5f,4 if Anne Uon 'Helf Row 1-G. Rathman, R. Head, M. Brenton, B. Hanzi. Row 2-M. Damon, Blakely, A. Greslie, J. lsenberg, B. Dommes, G. Gamble, Mrs. Von Helf. Row 3 f Mag M. Rollow, H. Kauffman, B. Miller, J. Thoren, B. McAdam, D. Williams. Row 4 poxtfaul R. Rubell, B. Carter, A. Davison, G. Gale, D. Seigel, 1. Koeler. rg rel W - I as Senior Aye Council '59 Sealbearers Row 1-N. Toenniges, F. Goldfisher, S. Cowan, M. Laing, D. Tuldin, E. Pontac, B. Hanzi, R. Hochman, C. Abrams, B. Frank, M. Lamb. Row 2-1. Heinrich, S. Humphries, A. Miller, G. Gale, D. Kreiger, M. Rollow, l. McCosker, C. Brassfield, P. Cowan, N. Power. Row 3-G. Gamble, E. Bender, J. Newman, A. Bassin, B. Scherr, B. Cohen, M. Miller, C. West, M. Lefcourt, S. Schwank, R. Head, R. Vahan, S. Solomon, B. Frank, M. Hart, P. Earley, B. Heichel. 4 Class of Abbott, Tony Abel, Lee Abrams, Carol Abrams, Natalie Adams, Randall Akey, Roger Allen, Dick Alsup, John Altman, Carol Amarillas, Paul Andreason, Bob Andreason, Bruce Asay, Charline Asay, Darline Azen, Jeanne Bache, John Baers, Ron Baessler, Pat Baida, Richard Baker, Maryann Balodimas, Alice Balonick, Arnie Barbour, Mary Jean Barnard. Gary Bass, Ron Bassin, Anne Barnes, Carol Bayon, Frank Bell, Bob Bender, Earl Benedict, Joy Bennett, Barbara Bennett, Nlae Benson, Connie Bernards, Doug Biggs, Francine Binckley, Carol Blackwell, Gary Blakeley, Sandi Blorn, Beverly Summer l959 Boman, Ted Bond, Gary Breit, Nikki Bruhn, Pete Ch Clark, Betsy Clark, Carole Boomer, John Borad, Michele Bouwmeester, Gloria Brassfield, Carol Brenton, Marilyn Bradowsky, Faye Brander, Mike Bream, Harold Brown, Helaine Bruehl, Wayne Burnham, Arleen Burns, Jeanne Burrell, Betty Burroughs, William Busk, Mary loyce Busone, Caroline Camero, Eulalia Campbell, William Caranchini, Donna Carder, Bill Carlson, Raoul Carlstrom, Delores Carr, Fred Cato, Shirley Chandler, Geoffrey Chapman, Catherine Chavkin, Errol Chiappone, ludith ristiansen, Loree Chugg, Roberta Clever, Willard Coffman, Donald Class of Cohen, Beverly Cohen. Carolee Colman, Todd Compton, Patti Co Cowen. Patricia Cowan, Susan Craig, Mary Crawford. Craig nway, Barbara Cook, Ruth Critchfield, Susan Cross. Cathy Cruse. Carole Culwick. Diane Cunliffe, Torn Crocker, John Cunningham. Robert Dalton, Dana Damon, Marilyn Daniels, Dennis Daniels, Linda Daley. loan Daniels, Stuart Davidson, lim Davis, Dayle Davis, Deanna Davis, Diane ovmiie, Kane Davison, Alan Dawson, Zoe Day, Marry Dayman, Carol Ann De Broux, Lee De Lacy, loan De Land, Chuck De Marco, Patricia Denwitt, Sand Demby, Mike y l uw Summer l959 Deporan, Joanne De Pue, Ronald Dimmett, Maureen Dolin, Karen Dommes, Barbara Doolittle, Sharon Doria, Lynn Dubaff, Evan Dunavent, Charlene Dunbar, Kathy Dunsworth, Tom Earley, Patrick Easterday, Emily Edwards, Lydain Eisner, Mike Engledow, Pat Eninger, George Essenpries, Barbara Ethridge, Ken Fahnestock, Alice Fazakerly, George Feinberg, Irwin ' Peo, Judy i'ir F A - J Fernandez, Terry ' F' F at ,L 'Q-7 Ferraresl, Franpo 1 Fetterman,Jlm if J , Fife, Jolene A Fischer, Judy . ,.., , l Foote, Elaine Fowler, Carol Ew- wf' Fox, Cary Frank, Barbara y Frank, William Frankel, Lemar Fredericks, John Frenn, George Friedman, Arlene We Friedman, Ed Friedman, Stu Froman, Barbara W4-Q 'WMI' ""N-Q.. 'ad Law' "-M... 4-uf' Class of Gaines, Don Gale, Glen Gallo, Mike Gamble, Gwen Gardner, Nancy Geddes, Charles Gelman, Gary Gerds, Ron Gerlach, Charles Gersh, David Gerson, lohn Gilbert, Charlene Gilbert, Sharyn Gillis, Jeannie Ginthner, Griffith Glass, Jim Glesser, Louis Goldberg, Dorothy Goldberger, Robert Goldfischer, Florence Goldman, Harvey Goldman, Marvin Gottlieb, Howard Gouger, Linda Grace, Nan Graham, Bob Graham, Toni Grant, lim Gray, Betsy Gray, Helen Green, Lee Greenberg, Gary Greene, Dennis Greene, Gerald Greenleaf, Karen Greslie, Ann Griffin, Toni Griffith, Paul Summer l959 Grimes, Le Hall, Maur Hinrichs, Hooker, S land Grogan, Carolyn Gudlow, Ruby-Ann Guttman, Joel Haboush, Sandra Hall, Maralee ECI1 Hall, Terry Hamamoto, Ronnie Hambright, lohn Hamer, Sandra Hanzi, Bunny Harkness, Lynda Harris, Ronald Hawkins, Kent Haworth, lan Hazelett, William Head, Roger Heichel, Bill Heinrich, lack Henry, Mary Lynn Henry, Medra Lou Herman, Ron Hicks, Roger Kit Hinz, Dave Hochman, Rhoda Hoffnung, Gladys Hogsett, Tommy Holdredge, Marcia andra Hopfer, leanne 'N Hoxworth Huff, lim Hoppie, Richard Houfek Gary Carl Hughes Gordon Humphrey Dick Ephebian Qian N Class of Humphries, Sue Hunt, Gale Hurt, Marcus Impink, Marcia lnselbuoh, Elihu lsckovitz, Irwin Isenberg, Judy Jacobson, Robert Jacoby, Natalie Jakel, Margaret Jenkins, Jack Jensen, Alan Jenson, Ann Jewett, Pat Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Margaret Jones, Art Jones, Douglas Jones, Gail Jones, Yale Jordan, Ken Joseph, Jeri Joseph, Paul Joyce, Bob Kaciff, Andrea Kaforski, Lloyd Kalt, Lewis Kaufman, Harvey Kaufman, Laurel Kelly, Grant ., ix Kennedy, Douglas Kepler, Carol Kesselman, Bob Kienle. Wendy Kinne, Mike Kirk, Jim Kirkpatrick, Garvin Kirkpatrick, Joan Summer l959 Kirsner Diane Knaak Donald Kobryn, Elayne Koehler, Janet Koenig Jerry Konopla Doug Kornbluth, Bobbi Krieger, Dave Krute, Mike K-ucher, Shirlee Kurtzman Barry Kuttner Caryl Kyler, George Laing, Melanie Lait, Rocky Lallo, Margo Lamb Marge Lampert Gail Landau, Terry Lanzaro, Andre Laursen, Doris Lechlitner, Kathy rrily e Lerch, Susan Levinson, Carol Levinson, Linda Levy, Sabren Leyton Gloria Lieberman, Leonard Lincoln, Beverly Lohman, Carol Lohman, Nancy Lombardo Tina Lorain Georgiana Loughner, Bruce Lovely, Richard Luraschi, Judy McAdam, Bill Class of McCabe Ron McCanne, Bob McCombs, Louis McCormack, Maureen McCormick, Linda McCosker, lanice McCreary, Margaret McDonald, Pamela McEvo McFadde McGinness, lohn McGrath, Harold McGraw, Patricia McGuinness, Cynthia Mclntyre, Theresa McLean Nick McNamara, Karen McNutt, Jim Mahterian, Lucy Malsberger, Pat Mankoff Diane Margolin Bruce Markham, Stuart Markus, Linda Martin, Chris Martin, Frank Martin Ronald Mastos Mike Matz, Dave May, Joanne Mendelsohn, Linda Meredith, Bonnie Mermelstein, Michael Meyer, Mark re Summer l959 Miller, Phil Moo, Gloria Mortensen, 5 Myers, Lesl Oliver, Ted Mrchels, Dave Miller, Andrea Miller, Barbara Miller, Bonnie Miller, Fred Miller, Maxine Miller, Robert Mink, Don Mitchell, Barbara Moir, Dick Molloy, Charles John Mortensen, Pat Moss, Pamela Muessel, Rudy Muldavin, Peter Musco, Angelo ie Naidlth, Mike Nakashima, Sheryl Neal, Janet Nelson, Art Newcomb, Beth Newman, leffrey Nichols, Connie Nlcotero, lo Ellen Nissenson, Robert Noble, Polly Nord, Marran Nordell, Tommie Norlander, Eileen Novis, lim Ofstad, Kathy Olmstead, ludlth Oren, Dave Class of Ortiz, Leo Osier, Dave Ozsoy, Ozcan . Pankratz, Steve Parker, Chuck Parkhouse, Rod Pashke, Ernest Payne, Malcom Peiters, Joni Pennington, Robert Percin, Carol Perelson, Linda Perry, Kenneth Peters, Dorothy Peters, Milan Peters, Robert Philp, Dennis Piizzi, Carol Pinkston, David Piot, Lorraine Plann, Virginia Poer, Nancy Polar, Beth Pollan, Barbara Polonotsky, Fred Pontac. Ellen Poor, Fern Pope, Steve Popkotf, Burt Post, Suzanne Potter, Bob Potts, Gail Pries. lo Anne Pruett, Vernon Rabb, Pearl Racusin. James Raite, Carol Raphael, Jerry ,pw u ,Q Ln 14 'i445?fff ' 5 A Q Class of Schreiner, Sheldon Schwank, Sue Schwartz Harlan Schwartz Naomi Segal, Maureen Seifert, Bob Selber, Sue Sexton, Bill Sempliner Ted Shea, Patricia Shelley, Lynn Shelton, Sue Sherman, Neil Shonman Marilyn Siebert, lim Sie al Dave 8 , Signorello, Frank Silverman, Frances Silverman Sheldon Skinner Dennis Slack, Dennis Slavick, Ervin Slobin, ludi Ellen Smith, Michael Solomon Lewis Sopha, Nora Sorensen, Gene Sorrentino, Art Sosenko, Carol Sowers, Patience Span, Carol Ann Speidel, Bill Speidel, Sharon Summer l959 Stein, Cynthia Stein, Louis Steinberg, lna Stiebel, Elisabeth Stultz, Lee Subrin, Suzanne Sullivan, Sandra Talllan, ludy Tanner, Annie Taylor, Heather Tennes, Roberta Thomas, loan Thomas, Norman Thoren, Jody Thornburrovv, Sharon Thorne, Penny Toenniges, Nancy Trammell, Shirley Truax, Thomas Tulcin, Debbie Tutwiler, Suzy Underweiser, Richard Underwood, Gary Urban, Virginia Vahan, Randolph Verity, lim Victor, Stuart Vieira, Alfonso Von 3ergen, Linda Walling, Melinda Warnick, Karen Wayman, Dorothy Weaver, Buck Webb, Gary Weber, Gary Weber, Susie Weidner, Jack Weinberg, Phyllis MYIQI yn rv Class uf Weiner, Linda Weiner, Rosalyn Weinstein. Bob Wisse, Wayne Q West, Connie West, Gail Westlake, Robert White, Linda Whited, lohnetta Weiner, Harolyn Wier, Wayne Wilkes, Russell Williams, Howard Williamson, Dennis Winters, Ronald Wolff, Toby Ann Wolk, Roger Wood. Barry Ephebiafi kanbalph Zlaham Wood, Judy Wood, Lamar Wright, Nikki Yaffe, Mike Yockey, John Yocum, Tom Young, Gloria Young, Margaret Youngman, Phil Zamzow, Ted Zea, Alex Zelinsky, Marty Zenan, Anthony Zervakos, Linda Zierold, Nelson Zoss, Gary Summer l959 Ron Artel Jim Baker Bonnie Bodner Debbie Capin Barbara Castellucci Barbara Cobin Michael Coleman Susan Critchtield Carol Engelson Bill Goodwin Shutter Shy Randy Jones Steve Kapin Howard Karg Judy Kerkhoue Gary Kirkham Jessica Kraike John Kross Loren Lambrecht Harry Landsman Leonard Longenecker Not So Shutter Shy Richard Marks Richard Peardon Denis Rouse Hugh Scott Lois Shorr Carolyn Sipos Larry Spencer Richard Tritt Michael Watson Joe Wright 't 3 rf S + . J 'Q Q, xx if '75 X X Q V a ' x if N --" I. 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Arnold Prokop ' ' his role as student court advisor insures all students who are fortunate enough to serve on the court of all ' f our citizenship through his sponsorship of student and lVlr. Arthur Curtis. Nlr. Prokop, in ' ' ' ' student co-ordinator, takes charge o ' ' ' the co-operation and co-ordina- training and background which is available. Mr. Curtis, as council activities. The needs and benefits of a system of student government at Campus U.S.A. are undeniable. lt is tion of students working wtih faculty which insures its success. Secretary STUDENT BDDY Winter President Qeff Lom6azDi Vice President Treasurer flzbis 'BLack6uzne I 75ichaz2 'Bnzasch ew Qin: gettezman UFFICERS l959 Summer President Qian Quia Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Qazq Ross 'Dick wezsbazc Shawl fv,,,Q,,,4i,,, Escudero President 7CichazB flflillazb Boys' League President flflika Cnanblaz Boys' Self-Government 75an2y 'Uanan Boys' Athletics Qaozga 7Zatnnmn Student Madrina President Senior Aye President Abolozas Sagovia Rich Stanton Girls' League President Scholarship Publicity Health Qvanna 'patzoni 75ogaz 'Hana Sham!! Nakashima ,flflazilyn 'Baan l . . ' A Girls' Self-Government Assemblies Safety Service flflazgazat Follow Qlan Qala Qonn fllsuya Qanat Nan Girls' Athletics Head Cheerleader Senior Bee President ROTC Colonel Qwan Qmn6la 'Dave ginkla 'Bill flflcflaam 'phil Qzonstz F S Council S'59 Health :uzanne flfluzpky Service Sue Schaefer: ROTC Colonel flflel Rollin Publicity Sue Faneuil Safety Qeff Newman Senior Bee President izic Lnzsen Senior Aye President 75vgez 'Heae Scholarship Ualezie Slnsoz Assemblies Qim fzeuschez Head Cheerleader Steve 'pope Madrina President Escudero President 'Pat cfngleeow 'Bzuce Loughnez Girls' League President BOYS' League President Qwen Qam6Le 'Zum Macau: Girls' Self-Government Boys' Self-Government Ann ,345-'if' 'Dave Kzeigez Girls' Athletics Boys' Athletics Ualezie Nevins -Halli5 flflaaze W'59 Presidents, Mardi Rollow, Randy Vahan, Advisor, Mr. Prokop, Representatives, A-12, Carol Oppenheim, Steve Miller, B-12, Bunny Hanzi, Jeff Newman, A-11, Midge Lurie, Lloyd Killgore, B-11, Chris Jackson, Alan Land, A-10, Joanne Schrade, Steve Breitstein, B-10, Marty Deutschman, Lynne Marietta. Stud ni Court Presidents, Ann Bassin, Dave Krieger, Representatives, A-12, Janice McCosker, Bruce Sharky, B-12, Denise Gru- ver, Roy Kilgore, A-11, Kathy Baer, Don Myers, B-Ll, Andrea Lombardi, Gary Tuchman, A-10, Jenny Walser Jim Hoxworth, B-10, Jo Anne Pries, Bill Frank. S'59 T UAL, -Q'-1 Board of Representatives President W'59 President S'59 l fichad 'Baznsch North Hollywood High School's Board of Representatives gives every student a chance to voice his opinions in the student government. The Board is made up of a representative and an alternate representa- tive from each homeroom. These two people must keep up certain academic and citizenship standards. It is their job to get constructive suggestions from their homerooms and bring these suggestions to the monthly meeting headed by the Student Body Vice-President. Members of the Student Council also attend and take part in the meetings. Many important problems discussed by the Board of Rep- resentatives are later taken to the Council where they are voted upon. The Board of Representatives is an important part of student government at Campus U.S.A. 'TIF .P ,,,. . W 's " ou 4 at I 5 ff 5 I B f X WJ. .,... . . Q i or ,f f l-2 T - i ' V igee ' Mg.. 1- Qazrl Qu: Girls' league Cabinet President ......... JoAnne Petroni Vice-President ................... ............ J 0 Ann May Corresponding Secretary ...........Ann Plumb Recording Secretary ........... ........... E laine Cowell Treasurer ................... Historian .......... Suzanne Murphy ...Joan Maxwell eague Winter '59 President ............. ....... Vice-President Secretary ...... Treasurer ........ ....... Historian .....,. Buys' league Cabinet .Mike Chandler Bruce Loughner ............. Tom Reneau ...Jim Teuscher .....,...... Steve Ashton -w-ul. -mlm-nn - 1 ., 1 r V lus- Ufficers Summer '59 President ......,....., Vice-President ....,., .,....... 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Organizafionsgot Campup je bqsusyfomdealsfofvHed'lccl1aqnjufjd.e,h1-,' f Q , , ' . 5 6 fruisfic 'endee:vor,wliig:li we sho isdrrywith u,s through cill'pha5e5 of.gdi:ljlidodf.1 'Q ' 5 , 0 wi . , A".0x 'QQVKKQQ' f k k":.':'k,j-sei, '.'yf,,-k,V+,V7.:ysWW., Q A g A North H6l!ywoodfHlghX School IS The-'home of-nqmefous inferegt qlobs, function-j 5, f . f ing -uqder facglfyjquidgqce. These, gzjoyps, inmohfiobje aids!-fpjsnolhl jdceyelopmelgiff so 0, , afford each istucleni the ypporjunity pf asiogzighng'vyith,sjucIej1'is of 5fgrQJ'Qpefsor'gi:4 .E E 'Q v ealities'wl1ile,exp!oring'q Fqrticulnrj Qnfereitfieldg f l ' f' , ' 5 , j j j I + ' - , QA A 4l,,ix Miirxyax . 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Y ' -K' 'S ' , 4 , ' Q' . 4 Q ' , ffrzd if KL!"-Siiv- .M , ,, l 1 , a U A' 2 ' f 1 V Q 4 : 6 i"a ll, '4 ax 6 ',v el . i x f ' ' I Vs 4 Q Q, ,. i 1 1 xv r'ke ,F 1 Q e : ixit rpg, 'ls ,W-QQ: Q, ' 2. , r .'x 5 ',' , . ask ,,, G 1,1 af, 'io fr 6' 4' F Q ,'n I i 'Q L l ,Dolozes Segovia President Janet Hardy .......,,,.. Vice-President Dale Edmondson ...,.AA,.... Secretary JoAnne Petroni ...,,A.,,.,... Treasurer Ardis Blackburne Historian-Chaplain Row 1-P. Patton, J. Azen, J. Petroni, J. Hardy, D. Segovia, D. Edmondson, A. Black- burne, C. West, Row 2-J. McCosker, G. Gamble, S. Nakashima, C. Abrams, B. Hanzi, A. Miller, M. Rollow, M. Lefcourt, M. Boys, C. Fischer. Row 3-S. Bell, P. Engledow, B. Frank, J. Neal, S. Schaefer, S. Tutwiler, M. Brenton,wP. Shea, 1. May, L. Johnson, L. Bell. Madrina Row 1-Historian, B. Algar, Vice President, N. Bertram, President, R. Millard, Treas ' M, 1 1 S'59 urer, D. Loyd, Sergeant-at-Arms, B. Loughner, Advisor, F. Neugebauer. Row 2-R Barash, G. Zoss, D. Jones, J. Bloom, G. Gale, J. Newman, H. Drake, R. Stenton, M Deutschman, J. Fetterman. Row 3--J. Lombardi, D. Allen, M. Chandler, 1. Alsup, S. Miller, R. Head, G. Rathman, R. Vahan, M. Agran, E. Bender. 75ichaz2 flflillnzb President Neal Bertram .......... Vice-President Dave Lloyd ...................... Treasurer Bruce Algar ...................... Historian Bruce Loughner .Sergeant-at-Arms Row 1-Mrs. Jinks, A. Miller, C. West, M. Lefcourt, P. Engledow, S. Tutwiler, J. McCosker, J. Azen. Row 2-N. Jenkins, B. Hanzi, S. Post, G. Gamble, J. Neal, S. Cowan, S. Murphy, A. Bassin, P. Shea, V. Slasor, A. Plumb. Row 3-P. Cowan, M. Brenton, B. Frank, S. Naka shima, S. Anderson, L. Johnson, J.-May, J. Thoren, S. Schaeffer, M. Rollow, V. Nevius C. Abrams, 0. Oszcoy. 1 -1 TDM! ingledow President Merrily Lefcourt ............., Vice President Suzy Tutwiler ....,,.,.. Recording Secretary Connie West ..,, Corresponding Secretary Jean Azen .,..........,.....,,.,,,,..,..,, Treasurer Andrea Miller .....,..... ...,..... H istorian Janice McCosker .....,.. ..,....... C haplain lo Escuclero S'59 G. Rathman, R. Vahan, E. Larsen. 'Bzuce Loughnez President Doug Jones ..,........,.......,.. Vice President -as Earl Bender ............ Secretary-Treasurer Dick Allen ......... ........ S ergeant-at-Arms Bill McAdam .,,,... ..........,...... H istorian Row 1-B. McAdam, D. Allen, B. Loughner, D. Jones, E. Bender. Row 2-G. Zoss, P. Brown, D. Weisbart, G. Chandler, J. Fetterman, R. Kilgore, G. Gale, B. Rosenberg, J. Teuscher. Row 3-J. Alsup, J. Newman, T. Yocum, A. Achterkirchen, H. Moore, R. Head, F President, Nancy Jenkins, Vice President, Sherry Andersong Secretary, Kathleen McCarthy, Treasurer, Suzanne Murphy, Historian, Robin Gray. as Dnncellas los Serenos President, Steve Zahm, Vice President, Richard Schmorlitzg Secretary, Mel Leo, Treasurer, Tony Haas. as mitas President, Judy Alexander, lst Vice President, Joanne Schrander, 2nd Vice President, Michelle Bruggemang Secretary, Nancy Murdockg Treasurer, Judy Brown Sergeants-at-Arms, Merry Orlaff, Judy Dapper. ,,,,,,,. President, Karen Allender, Vice-Presidents, Cherie Lechner and Ann Jamieson, Secretary, Emily Levy, Treasurer, Kathy Baer. las Doncellas S'59 los Compeones President, Steve Ashton, Vice-President, David Wolf, Secretary, Arnie Goldman. las Amiias S'59 President, Janet Hawley, Vice-President, Mary Sue Shadel, Secretary, Lenore Levine, Treasurer, Terry Saunders, Sergeant-at-Arms, Marilyn Barr and Janice Fischel. .xi r- - f- ...Q 1 dvisor gzancis California Commissioner of Scholarship W'59 75ogez 'HMB r 5' gs Vice President, Dick Weisbartg Recording Secretary, Barbara Frankg Corre- sponding Secretary, Leslie Halperng Treasurers, Ronda Rubel, Chris Jackson. Scholar hip Federation a is Each semester, as competition sharpens and increases, Campus U.S.A.'s students are becoming more and more interested in scholarship. The recognized benefits and values of scholastic achievement are quite evident in today's society. But ability is not the key-note in success. It is application of this ability that is needed. Here at North Hollywood High School, the admiration and re- spect of all are focused upon those students whose excellent scholarship makes them eligible for membership in the California Scholarship Federation. It is the ultimate goal of these people to become four semester scholarship society members, and accord- ingly, a Sealbearer. This remains one of Campus U.S.A.'s greatest honors. Commissioner of Scholarship S'59 Ualezie Slasoz merican and Foreign Students Club H9 Exchange Students In days when world unity is a necessary aid to survival, the American and Foreign Students' Club is striving toward international understanding and friendship through its foreign exchange student program. We have been the privi- leged hosts to several interesting and varied personalities, from different lands, within the last few years. The American and Foreign Students' Club selects repre- sentatives of countries all over the world-teen-aged am- bassadors-who are given a chance to live and attend school in a strange land. Campus U.S.A. has been represented in Turkey by Mardi Rollow, and Ozcan Ozsoy has taught us much about her native land, which is also Turkey. Jeff Lom- bardi has carried our good wishes to Argentina. To young people from such countries as France, Israel, Germany, Turkey, and Italy, we have opened both the gates to our school and our hearts. By offering students the chance to associate with those whose heritage differs from their own, the AFSC continues to teach a valued lesson in true friendship and tolerance. Winter-President, Merrily Lefcourt, Vice-president, Neal Bertram, Vice president, Connie West, Secretary, Carol Abrams, Treasurer, Gwen Gamble, Historian, Barbara Frank. Summer-President, Barbara Frank, Vice president, Cherie Lechner, Secretary, Judy Thoren, Treasurer, Nancy Gardener, Historian, Janice McCosker. President, Ruthellen Tomalino, Vice President, Gail Roahn, Recording Secretary, Dolores Segovia, Corresponding Secretary, Pam Ellis, Treasurer, Janet Bruce, Historian, Sue Post. Future Medical leaders Spanish Club President, Andrea Kaciff, Vice President, Gail Lampert, Secretary, Kathy Gardner, Treasurer, lan Miser, Historian, Linda White. French Club President, Susan Fox, Vice President, Mary Boys, Secretary, Merrily Lefcourt, Treasurer, Susan Hallerg Sergeant-at-Arms, Maryann Wilcox, Manager, Charles Geddes. nz-new p President, Carol Brassfield, Vice President, Sue Mazza, Secretary, Pat Cowan, Treasurer, Rochelle Kalpakoff, Reporter, Ruth Kirkland. I.0S c0III2l'CiBlIf2S Future Engineers of merica Future eachers 1 M 5' .N I P-we-egg s B President, Jay Ackerman, Vice President, Tody Abbott, Secretary, Merrill President, Carol Fowler, Vice President, Marge Lamb, Secretary, Carol Raitt, ' Treasurer, Shelah Sonders, Parliamentarian, Sabrina Karner. Matchett, Treasurer, Bill Frank. President, Mike Story, Vice President, Tom Smith, Secretary, Bob Science Club President, Jeff Chandler, Vice President, Diane Olson, Secretary-Treasurer Jane Toenniges, Librarian-Historian, Janet Lewis, Board Member, Diane Davis Roth- Sponsor-J. C. Lundy. ,Mix rd' x .9 f F Au. l B Cnmpany R. 0. T. C. Commanding Officer, Captain Yale Jones C Company l Commanding Officer, Captain William Campbell A Company Commanding Officer, Captain Mel Rollin . .4 l JL . L f ' - Captain Marcus Hurt, Captain lim Glass, Captain lim Grant, MfSgt. Ron Winters, MfSgt. Robert Goldberger, Battle Group Commanding Officer, Lt. Colonel Philip Gronstal, Battle Group Executive Officer, Major Gary Gordon. Edilnr-in-Chief flnbzen ffflillez 'E' EI Camino Senior Page Editor ID Editor Tbmmle Ndfdell Don Schubert Staff Assistant Richard Underweiser Staff Photographer Eric Bradley Assistant Senior Page Editor Barbara Frank Assistant i.D. Editor Debbie Blum Staff Advisor Douglas loallace layout Editor Staff l959 Art Editor Diane Holsopple Photo Editor Norma Simon Nikki wzzghc Sports Editor Copy Editor Dave Pinkston Frances Rothlein Assistant Sports Editor Craig Crawford Staff Assistant Peter Muldavin MI' Row l-Craig Altschul, Bob Dudnick, Hal Drake, Howard Kraye. Row 2-Gail Rogahn. Ava Freid, Pam Loring, Andrea Nliller, Ron Rabin, Laurel Kaufman, Bob Nissenson, ' ' J St St ' l bn Yocke , Sanford Robbin, ludy lsenberg, Sunny Schneier, Jeanne Azen. Row 34Barbara Scherr, Shirley Cato, Marty Zelinsky, Jerry Koenig, Yale ones, an ein, 0 y rca Staff W'59 Editor-in-Chief S59 Editor-in-Chief flizmhzth Stoakes 306 'Dubaick Qui! Fogahn R 1-Sue Stark Laurel Kaufman, Bob Nissenson Ruth Cook, Gail Rogahn Barbara Scherr, lolin Yockey, Marilyn Darnon, Jeanne Azen. Row 2-Ava Freid, Pam Loring OW i r , Andrea Miller, Linda Bernstein, Gary Klapow, Sanford Robbins, Victor Koreihoff, Carolee Stewart, Linda White, Barbara Rice, Sandi Fernbach. Row 3-Art Linson, Dan Neu field, Len Jacoby, Gary Gettleman, Jerry Koenig, Bob Rosenberg, Gary Fink, Gary Sfromberg, Alan Robbins. - A ' r in N af- , Girl ' l agu Winter Carnival Row 1-Teddy Segovia, B-10, April Lyon, A-10, Nancy Murdock, A-10, Elvira Paschke, B-10. Row 2-Emily Levy, B-11, Sheryl Nakashima, B-12, Susan Tryon, A-11, Dolores Segovia, A-12, Ardis Blackburne-Queen, A-12, Joanne Petroni, A-12, Nancy Jenkins, A-11, Bunny Hanzi, B-12, Elaine Cowell, B-11. Her Maiesiy and her Ruyal Cnurl lla-:aria Presidtint' Bob Dudniqki Vice Pfesidem- Stephen Miner? SeC'9ta'Yf Linda Hafk' President Jack Jenkins- Vice President John Mortenson- Secretary Mike ness: reasurer' Comme Nmhols' Martin, Reporter, Roy Kilgore, Sentinel, Ken Ethridge, Treasurer, lim Dailidsong ational Fnrensic league Sponsor, Paul Grace. Mau' club Future Farmers of meric Chess Club President, Mike Yaffe, Treasurer, Andre Lanzaro. Marcus Hurt, Neal Bertram, Lowell Crystal, Pete Muldavin, Jack Heinrich, Bruce Gates, Alan Robbins. - M 1 1. it-,V as Dffice Staff Dffice library Staff Health Dffice Row 1-Joni Sindel, Mary Meillan, Barbara Pollen. Row 2-Ruby- Ann Gudlow, Barbara Hughes, Carol Altman, Emily Easterday -vmwywmrmm-11-,Mu - l- l, r- - mic H14 ,DZHIMH xg-W , , +-1-mmm.-W ,, , ,, ,mm "The Pajama amen Book by: w Music 6 lyrics lay: GEORGE IXBBOTT E- RICHARD BISSELI RICHARD ADLER S- JERRY Ross THURSDAY, 8:15 P.IvI. 8:15 P.IvI., FRIDAY MAY 7, 1959 8, 1959 Bill parker . . . SID . . Jerry Rossi Charlotte Parlcer . BABE . . Jeri Cytron Pamela Paclcer . . GLADYS . . Barbara Frank Paul cle Roll . . HINES . Ken Slocum Diana Hayes . . . MABEL . Karen Dolin Ray Russell Kringle . PREZ . . Art Jones Michael Allen Harclstarlc . . HASLER . . Niclcy Brown All Seats Reserved S120 Reservations: POPLAR 2-2117 THE NORTH HOLLYVVOOD HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM JOEL HARRY, Chairman, Mrmsic Department NICK Rossi, Producer AARON IQOSENZVVEIG, Conductor KL, I la Y - W- f fa.-1: ng- m.111l Iswa-nga-Iaui-rs - - - - -I -f M-H W , 1 Concertmaster, Tony Goodman Orchestra Choir President, John Bellahg Vice President, Donna Sandvig, Secretary, Tommie Nordell, Wardrobe Mistresses, Sharon Spoor, Zoe Dawson Band Drum Major, Paul Joseph 55 ' , u2'4i' In L President, lan Hardy, Vice President, Dale Edmondson, Secretary, Todd Colmaan, Accompanist, Donna Sandvig. Girls' Glee Club Boys' Glee Club Thespian Society 'K-x...,.s. , PVHSNBHY, Mike C0l9mHH:ViC8 Pf9Sid8fli,Jim PSUGYSOH- President, Hal Drake, Vice President, Don Woodruff, Recording Secretary, Sharon Locker, Corresponding Secretary, Sandi Fernbach, Treasurer, Charles Geddes, Historian, Ruth Scutelsky, Sergeant-at-Arms, Dave Finkle. Harlequin Club President, Karen Dolin, Vice President, Hal Drake, 2nd Vice President, Don Woodruff, -Recording Secretary, Carolee Stewart, Treasurer, Charles Geddes, Cor- responding Secretary, Sandi Fernbach, Historian, Ruth Scutelsky, Sergeant-at-Arms, lim Morris. ,..-. Q-,nu ,1, gif- H -fum mal. 2i.g...7N.f ally, ea -i- m Stage Crew Seated-A. Vieira, J. Luraschi, N. Wright, P. McDonald, J. Germann, S. Coleman, S. Leff. Standing-D. Moir, B. Margolin, R. Griffin, G. Kyler, G. Kelly, R. Churchill, A. Davis, P. Stimson, E. Paschke. Play Prnduction Sound Crew Q., I f I' f ,r :AQ L X Q o My L Row 1-S. Landau, R. Aschenbrener, R. Westlake, Mr. Sebilius. Row 2-D. Matz, G. Ginthner, G. Schenk, J. Bland. Row 1-A. Kaciff, G. Prindle, D. Woodruff, H. Drake, D. Finkle, K. Dolin, C. Geddes. Row 2-B. Rice, B. Meredith, J. Gartner, P. Albeitz, M. Morhar, L. Kurz, S. Castagna, F. Reisberg. Row 3-A. Goodman, 1. Corallis, R. Scutelsky, M. Segal, D. Pippin, C. Gross, B. Spoon, C. Levinson, J. Morris, A. Maltin, B. Shields. . .. L.-- f. Play Production 1:58 'ffkf ,JE L if Mr. Francis Smith Coordinator of Athletics W' ,,.....-- Y Athletics In the manner of any community, Campus U.S.A. has its heroes. At North Hollywood these roles are filled by our sportsmen. They bring honor to Campus U.S.A. by winning easily, losing seldom, and always without resentment. Not only do her teams dominate the Valley League, but have gained city acclaim as well. Football, basketball, cross country, track, tennis, baseball, swimming, golf, and gymnastics are the nine links in the chain of North Hollywood's sportspower. The skills and sharp wits which go into a winning game are molded and perfected by a fine coaching staff. Striving for UNITY THROUGH COMPETITION, our athletes set an example of teamwork and school spirit which serves as a worthy example for all Campus U.S.A. letfermen's Club l President-Leonard Dailey Vice President-Roger Head The Lettermen's Club is an organization of boys who have lettered in any of the nine different sports offered at North Hollywood High School. These sports are football, basketball, and cross country in the fall semester, and baseball, gymnastics, track, swimming, tennis, and golf in the spring semester. In order to qualify for membership, boys must be lettermen in varsity sports, or seniors who have lettered in a junior varsity, Bee, or Cee sport. ln the fall semester, Leonard Dailey was president, with Roger Head serving as vice presi- dent. In the spring semester, the club was led by John Alsup, president, and Randy Vahan, vice president. The purpose of the club is to help promote and assist the coaches and officials at the various athletic events. The lettermen stand together in striving for greater school spirit and loyalty. , feb s fl s ls t ,,, s 1 T K. ' s ,fl,, . si, ,TKVLL ,L , V Vxkrvl K I - :V,, ,, I ,-' r.-'f.1 fi S..-.1 2. f,.5 ig - K, wkki 5 ' X g, ijffi essts HQ T X c ' llffs, i T fty :'r "5" li li "- 'r 's ' 'Q-3, 'Via' g W I' 5 A NICK lVlcLEAN CHUCK ROMBEAU MIKE SMITH Football Tennis Swimming Track l959 Uutsianding thleies ROGER HEAD TERRY HALE Basketball Gymnastics STEVE ELKIN PAT EARLEY ART LINSON Baseball Cross Country Golf Clark McLean Chandler Al p S l tt V h D iley, Davison, Millard, Fink, Truax i, a an, a VARSITY Erin'-'ESI '-ll vnu news mano: Bllwnlouma CAnosA hm: Snufinumuo 'H Posvffcmuc. Zo l'lllllN6T0l PARK '7 I3 FREMONT D .. la 52 Ill 'I RBEIA Ill 31 11. Zo '7 ,Z 5' 0 6 31 FO0TBAll Coaches Sanders and Trump Planning the future. Row 1-B. Clark, M. Chandler, Nick McLean, R. Salvetti, R. Vaughn, L. Dailey, John Alsup, A. Davison, R. Mill d, D. All T. T S. M'll P A 'Il R Row 2-B. Spoon, D. Pinkston, J. Bashara, D. Paul, P. Fazakerly, E. Richards, P. Griffith, J. Fetterman, B. Ditrfclt, T. Leigehn' G. Firililjnll. Zylstiafzrlt. Reapdiii iisdach 2231125 Row 3-J. Boomer, J. Carlisle, R. Jones, G. Guernsey, W. Clever, I.. Wood, A. Sloan, F. Polonofsky, B. Love, C. Schmidt, B. Graham, J. House, L. Fasano, Daniels Coach rump. ' Huskie Varsity Sialwaris JOHN ALSUP was rated one of the best prep quarterbacks in the nation. As captain John proved to be invaluable. His honors of first team all-Valley and third team all-City were well deserved. "RICH SALVETTI," stated Coach John Sanders, "is the best football player pound for pound I have ever coached." Rich was selected to represent North Hollywood on the all-Valley first team, all-City first team and TEEN MAGAZlNE'S All-American honorable mention. AL DAVISON was truly one of the most valuable players on the team this year on both offense and defense. He placed on the all-Valley team which is a great accomplishment. He was a great influence in the winning of the Huntington Park game and we think he has a great future. NICK MCLEAN received more honors than any other student who has graduated from North Hollywood High School. Against Van Nuys, Nick ran the ball 246 yards in 10 carries not including a 93 yard touchdown run called back and a punt return of 80 yards. This total was only 5 yards short of the all-time city rushing record. For his feats on the gridiron, Nick was honored on the all-Valley first team and the All-American first team. LEONARD DAILEY was one of the few returning Iettermen on the varsity squad. He was picked for the all-Valley team for his outstanding job at guard. Len's blocking throughout the year greatly helped the team on its way to the ci-ty playoffs. JOHN ALSUP RICH SALVETTI AL DAVISON NICK MCLEAN LEN DAILEY All-City Back All-City End All-Valley Center All-American Back All-Valley Guard K' To start off the Valley League season the Huskie gridders invaded arch-rival Van Nuys, and completely obliterated the Wolves, 41 to 6. Nick McLean led the Huskie scoring, which was the highest in the 32 year rivalry, with three long runs of 79, 82 tpunt returnl and 88 yards. Jim Bashara, Bill Clark, and Tom Truax each crossed the goal for six points, with Clark and Truax scoring on passes from John Alsup, who played a flawless game at quarterback. Rich Sal- vetti played his usually spectacular game on both offense and defense. Main cogs in the line were Leonard Dailey, Rich Millard, and Al Davison, who were opening large holes in the Van Nuys line all night. Dailey and Allen throwing Van Nuys man for loss. Leonard Dailey leads play against Monroe. NORTH HOLLYWOOD vs. MONROE The powerful Huskies continued on their merry way by running through, under, and around a young Monroe team. The game more resembled a track meet with the final score reading Huskies 52, Vikings 14. Nick McLean, for the second straight week, scored three touchdowns on runs of 4 and 34 yards, and a kickoff return of 80 yards. John Alsup also kept in form by throwing three touchdown passes, two to Rich Salvetti and one to Tom Truax. A Paul to Pinkston pass, and a similar combo from Daniels to Peardon completed the Huskies! scoring with the exception of four extra points by John Boomer. MIKE CHANDLER TOM TRUAX RICH MILLARD RANDY VAHAN BILL CLARK Back All-Valley End Guard Tackle Back Huskie Varsity Sialwarts Skooter Bill Clark rips off yardage against Monroe. The Huskie gridders opened the season against the Burbank Bulldogs at John Burroughs with a 7-0 win over a stubborn Burbank team. lt was an exciting game with the only score being made in the last 54 seconds of play. John Alsup, after throwing a 25 yard aerial to Rich Salvetti, who made a spectacular diving catch on the one yard line, snuck the ball over for the winning touchdown. Leonard Dailey, who was outstanding in the line on both offense and defense, kicked the extra point. Nick McLean was the outstanding ball carrier of the game and Mike Chandler and Al Davison were both outstanding on defense. JIM BASHARA DICK ALLEN GARY FINK DAVE PINKSTON BUTCH FAZAKERLY Back Guard Tackle End Back 1 4 K Q X A if N wi 'N Bs., if u fv Q, vb -X 0... am. sf ,, U if' Al -. W, W -Q fp. l 'W .nf xy Q X , fi X X in W Q' h x..'f V g Em 34.4 3 's it K7 ,,. 'lb' Efffffixgig' R .an-I X ,Q :H I 213' . , 'ff 1 W N it 3 ,-f" rn: .. ' -5? ' 'ff ' I . Nw..-' S I NORTH HOLLYWOOD vs. BIRMINGHAM The Huskies bounced back after losing to the Re- gents by beating back a strong Birmingham eleven, 32 to 12. The ame started true to form as Nick All-American Nick McLean cores one of his five ouchdowns against Poly Ileftl gile Jim Bashara shakes off ould-be Parrot tackler lbelowl 2 McLean returned a Brave punt 45 yards for a touch- down, and a few plays later swept left end for another. The Braves took the ensuing kickoff and marched 72 yards for a T.D. to have the score read 12-6 at halftime. Birmingham got a good break at the start of the second half when they recovered a fumble on the Huskie 20 yard line and promptly tied the score at 12-12. At this point John Alsup unveiled some passing wizardry that paid off for three T.D.'s in four minutes. Tom Truax caught two of the payoff pitches, and set up another which was hauled in by Rich Salvetti. I REFEREES SIGNALS P If I Hoidingo, i, , I illegal use of G O CI hands or arms illegal milieu - K L 0' Prefedvfe I 'Q J Illeiolly kicking h H N or ciltlng a loose a Delay of game Q R 9 Illegal forward pass Inlelefence Will' fvir Ih K k 1-, 5 catch or forward passQ omias or violation 67 -, Clipping X x of Heexklck wles Illegal mallong N H I N ,--fx mehgible R r Illegal Shpfrboyh hands Unspartsmanlrke Conduct . Down Field on Pass FOUL SIGNALS CRAIG SCHMIDT GLEN GUERNSEY FRED POLONOFSKY ERIC RICHARDS JOHN BOOMER Tackle Guard Tackle Center Kicker 1 ..t lfn .f1c 'l The great Huskie unit shows the teamwork which led them to reach the city finals with the team picked third in the Valley at the start of the season. CITY SEMI -FINA NORTH HOLLYWOOD vs. HUNTINGTON PARK All-American Nick McLean shows his stuff as he sweeps the end in the Huntington Park game. Randy Vahan and Len Dailey lead the way. It proved exciting for the huge crowd that jammed Occidental College's field when the North Hollywood "Come Through Kids" let loose on favored Huntington Park. Trailing 7-0 until the third quarter, NH came to life. Alsup squeaked over from the three inch line after a well executed pass-lateral from Alsup to Truax to Clark set up the score. Boomer put the hall through the uprights and it was 7-7. Rich Salvetti and Rich Millard intercepted two passes to set up the final scoring. Nick lVlcLean led the undaunted and thrilled Huskies to these touch- downs and a 20-7 victory in the first round of the city play-offs. Winter Cheerleaders Head Cheerleader-Dave Finkle Jerry Green Gary Zoss Head Songleader-Mary Boys Joanne May Pat Malsberger Janet Neal Joan Diamond Chris Anderson Emily Levy President, Sheryl Nakashima, Squad Leaders, Connie West, Nikki Wright, Gale Hunt, Nan Grace, Advisors, Mrs. Wagner and Mrs. Johnson. North Hollywood High School Drill Team -1-ul i , , my Summer Cheerleaders Head Cheerleader-Steve Pope Rick Beeman Stu Daniels Head Songleader-Pat Nlalsberger Valerie Slasor Chris Anderson Joyce Kalan Leslie Halpern Rowrligoilier, Elkin, McGiffert, Chennen, Brown, Giles, Rowe, Rosenbaum, Borkin, Underwood, Goldman, McCall. Row 2-Holzman, Allen, Yockey, Speakman, Wilder, Rast, Bergh, Zahm Tucker, Greeding Ollver, Shepard Coach Nelson HENRY ROSENBAUM Back X 0 nunanmc b ww Nurs vssnron I 3 10 5 ee Football Zo Monkos 0 RESEDA O BnRMmsul-m ll 7 'I CAMGAPARK In 31. San FERNAN00 33 Polx 6 7 we 1 44" V re . ' .fu Kgs. 1' -3 'ES ww l H5 Coaches Harvey Nelson and loe Gordon Livsay, Berk, Huff, Maxwell, Wealrer. Row 3-Willamson, Conover, Corchnoy, Holley, Hopeknn, Weinbaum, Strong, Logan, Rutledge, DeShon. Row 4-Coach Gordon, Clark, TOM ROWE Back . "r , HUFF BROWN End Back The Huskie Pups had a fairly successful season with a 4 and 4 record. They started off slowly losing four of their first five games. They then finished the season on a bright note, winning the last three games in a row. At the end of the season,- they were one of the most powerful teams in the league. The Bees were the second leading scorers in the Valley League. They scored 65 points in their last two games. Co-captains of this year's team were Henry Rosenbaum and Tom Rowe. The Huskie Pups had seven players nominated to the all-Valley Bee team. The players nominated were Tom Huff, Henry Rosenbaum, Barry Corchnoy, Don McCall, Lynn Giles, Phil Brown, Steve Elkin, and Les Wider. Rast outsteps Burbank man for Huskie pups l 9 GILES ELKIN Center Back HOLLY TUCKER CORCHNOY BORKIN McCALL Guard Tackle Tackle End Guard i mm!-hm uamu 1 -gunz.. x. 4. Coach Furlong Coach Furlong, Rucker, Head, Loughner, Moore, Runyon, Buch, Hibler, Wilkman, Stenton, Teuscher, Abel, Bloom. Varsity ROGER HEAD was a sparkplug in the Huskies' successful season. At center he scored 199 points during the regular season for a 14.2 average per game, high on the team. For his out- standing play he was picked for the All-City first team, All-Valley first team, and All-Tourna- ment second team. Rog was a two year letterman on Varsity basketball. He was chosen by the team as the "Most inspirational" player of the year. HOLLIS MOORE was only a junior, yet he showed tremendous prowess on the court. His next year on the Varsity squad should be even better. He was chosen for the All-Tournament first team and All-Valley second team. In 14 games he scored 175 points for a 12.5 average per game. BRUCE LOUGHNER played his usual excellent basketball for the Huskies. He racked up 182 points for a 13.0 average per game. He was placed on the All-Valley League first team. His clutch play in the finals helped the team pull out two exciting games. Bruce was a two year letterman on Varsity basketball. HOLLIS MOORE BRUCE LOUGHNER ROGER HEAD Forward Forward Center JIM TEUSCHER CHRIS HIBLER RICH STENTON ED RUCKER LEE ABEL Center Guar Guard Forward Guard asketball The Huskie cagers started off on a bright note by beating arch-rival Van Nuys. The Blue and Gray swept their next six games, giving them a perfect 7-0 record. After losing the first and only game of the regular season to d th H skies finished Van Nuys to start off the second roun , e u out the season by winning their final six games, one victory being an overtime thriller at San Fernando. In the play-offs, the team beat Banning in the first round with ease, then overtook Westchester and Jefferson in thrilling fourth quarter finishes. These victories earned the Huskies a crack at Fremont and the city championship. The largest crowd in Southern California prep basketball history I7200+l saw the Huskies, down 18 points at half, stage a thrilling second half rally to come within 4 points with two minutes to go, only to lose 77-68. New school records were: 56' X X I 1, 1 lv 314361 Sway NH , i lv opp ENB A 5c.oRE w if VANAIUY5 ' 60 W as MONPIUE 32 W so RESEM ez w So 'izigtius-HAM 35 w SH I UGA PARK 1-is W so 5'W FEHMANDQ Liv L ,43 i'ZIIvYrEQHNm 1, I x Z3 Mwfflf 53 RESEDA 38 w ei w 11 B'RM'NG'HAM 50 W eq CANOGA PARK si W 7, SAN FERNANDQ 4,1 VARSITY PLAYOFE5 'xl 52 BANNING H3 WESTCHESTER H3 W 50 TEFFEQSON 49 L. 09 PREMONT 'rv Team Defensive average per game-417 points. if r J S Won Lost record 162 ttied last years recordl Individual-Average rebounds per game Roger Head 13 3 Team-Field goal percentage-41.42. K F T "' i ef - ' . I . . il: os LE 3... 17 Row 1-Coach Furlong, M. Martin, D. Frady, B. Bryar, G. Eninger, R. Scott, M. Cooper, J. Cashion, R. Carey, L. Halpern, B. Bauer, B. Binn, E. Nord, D. Wilder, T. Morris. junior Varsity Basketball The JV cagers finished fourth in the league standings. The future varsity players started off the year on the wrong foot. However, by the end of the season they were going strong, winning three out of the last four games. Future varsity basketballers made themselves known in the persons of Tom Morris, Mike Martin, and Rick Carey. Rick Carey was high scorer with 228 points for an average of 16.3 points per game. He broke the school scoring record for JV. Mike Martin and George Eninger were strong under the boards, controlling rebounds for the Huskies throughout the season. Tom Morris' brilliant ball handling helped to set up the plays. MIKE MARTIN TOM MORRIS STEVE BAUER Center Guard Guard North Hollywood 37 40 46 55 42 48 70 41 46 46 33 43 44 54 Opponents Van Nuys Monroe Reseda Birmingham Canoga Park San Fernando Polytechnic Van Nuys Monroe Reseda Birmingham Canoga Park San Fernando Polytechnic RICK CAREY Forward 64 Lost 37 Won 64 Lost 43 Won 69 Lost 58 Lost 67 Won 45 Lost 41 Won 47 Lost 31 Won 41 Won 41 Won 65 Lost GEORGE ENINGER Center in Row 1-J. Brown, B. Potter, J. Cox, J. Kaplan, B. Kruger. Row 2-T. Claus, S, Head, C. Steinberg, G. Milstein, A. Steinberg, A. Land, K. Allender, S. Estlin, Coach Xanthos. ee askeiball This year Coach Paul Xanthos saw his finest Bee team win thirteen games and lose one. Coach Xanthos said: "This is the greatest bunch of shooters l've had together at one time." The young cagers certainly lived up to his words by putting on a great exhibition of shooting throughout the entire season. Tom Claus was elected to be co-player of the year in the Valley League. Tom, along with Bob Potter and Jeff Kaplan, was placed on the All-Valley first team. Some of these Bees are going to be fighting for berths on next year's Varsity and JV squads. Forward Ll AL LAND TOM CLAUS BOB POTTER Center Guard North Hollywood Opponents Van Nuys Monroe Reseda Birmingham Canoga Park San Fernando Polytechnic Van Nuys Monroe Reseda Birmingham Canoga Park 53 63 59 58 61 64 79 42 65 48 62 54 51 San Fernando 76 Polytechnic JERRY BROWN Forward 32 28 38 42 45 23 26 37 26 53 48 47 32 49 A JEFF KAPLAN Guard Won Won Won Won Won Won Won Won Won Los Won Won Won Won 54, 1 -Q Q 5 Row 1-B. McMorris, R. Patrict, B. Smart, L. Malin, J. Patocney, A. Gabuty, J. Kirk. Row 2-B. Leck, R. Leffingwell, H. Bring, R. Blanchard, T. Jackson, l. Buchsbaum, D. Walsh, P. McGinnis, Coach Xanthos. Cee Basketball North Hollywood Opponents This year the smallest of the Husky cagers, the Cees, started the season 27 Van NUYS as a handfulofinexpedenced boys.Aftera few games,they gottheirfeet ig ggggsf on the floor and became increasingly better. The scores do not show the 36 Birmingham ability of the Husky lightweights, being edged out by only a few points in 21 Canoga park the last games. 35 San Fernando Ira Buchsbaum was the outstanding player on the squad, being selected SSLYREZNC for the All-Valley League first team. 28 Monroe 20 Reseda 31 Birmingham 22 Canoga Park 21 San Ferando 34 Polytechnic l.PATOCNEY L MAUN B.SMART R.BLANCHARD Forward Guard Center Guard lla: 29 Lost 26 Won 37 Lost 26 Won 35 Lost 28 Won 18 Won 54 Lost 46 Lost 35 Lost 29 Won 35 Lost 27 Lost 17 Won l. BUCHSBAUM Forward 9 QW , k f Mg Row 1 D Siegel P Earley D Swanson R Harris B Burtt l Rosenfeld, J. Corallis, S. Stein, T, Reneaux, R. Anderson. Row 25-l. Gonzales, A. Viera, H. Scott, N. Bertram, N Lewis F Dean A Goodman R Harris M Naiditch P Scheur Row 3-R. Robinson, F. Pepa, B. Deane, Coach Fraley, D. Ersenstein, A. Corallis, K. Shapiro, J. Chaldu. Crass Countr Coach Dick Fraley did a fine job in his first year as cross-country coach, with a team that was plagued by tough luck all season long. Leading this year's varsity team was Pat Earley, who came on fast at the end of the year and placed third in the Valley League. He was followed by Dave Siegel, the team's most consistent runner all season long. Don Swanson, Ron Harris, lon Burtt, and Jerry Rosenfeld rounded off the nucleus of the team. Next year's team will have Swanson, Burtt, and Rosen- feld, with John Corallis, John Gonzales, Andy Corallis, and Bill Deane to help out. DAVE SEGEL DON SWANSON RON HARRB BHL BURTT PAT EARLEY JERRY ROSENFELD ..., E9 1- as fe an XJ ? N A 1 Row 1-Griffith, McLean, Delano, Dietrich, Jones, Rast, Bruel, Bechtol. Row 2-Coach Nelson, Moore, Rathman, Alsup Swanson, Becker, Salter, Early Siegel, Harris, Scott, Coach Sanders. Row 3-Friedman, Teusher, Hibler, Jacoby, Fasano, Krieger, Vahan, Spoon. BRAD BECHTOL 100 yd. Dash PAT EARLY Mile Prgiglielsillgriliiiq r . A iioi ir'e PAUL GRIFFITH A Low Hurdles LOU lFingersl FASAN Shotput 'P ,,. A jg yd-Run High H . R Just as in football, Nlr. Nick McLean led our Huskie team in field and running events, being in thethigh jump, low hurdles, high hurdles, broad jump, and the relay. The pole vault is one event in which we seem to always come up with a fine competitor, and this year was no exception with Phil Nliller soaring to heights of over twelve feet six inches. We waxed strong in the shotput with Lou tfingersj Fasano throwing the little steel over fifty-two feet. Paul Griffith won many points by beating almost everyone in the Valley League in the low hurdles. Next year, Coach Sanders will expect great things from Bob Dietrich, a sophomore, and Dennis Rast, who is a junior. Dvftvev, fs ff,?jf-05? M. eEoRoE RATHMAN 'Vfcffb ffm, sso yd. Run "f0zgmf EARL BENDER 220 yd- Dash CHRIS Hiettn High Jump GARY F INK Shotput WAYNE BRUEL 440 yd. Run Row 1 D Williamson E Cram A DeShon, M. Baron, G. Botcher, l. Corallis, L. Wolfe,J. Thomas. Row 2-D. Welsh, B. Underwood L Spencer B Tuller B Faulk B Deane M Visotsky R Weiner, B. Guevera, B. Patrick. Bee Track The 1959 Bee team has seen quite a few new faces including Larry Spencer, and Bob Falch, as well as some old ones such as Barry Tuller and Dennis Williamson. This year's Bee team has seen quite a few new faces including Larry Spencer and Bob Faulk, as well as some old ones, such as Barry Tuller and Dennis Williamson. One of the big surprises of the year was Gary Botcher who has become one of the Valley League's greats for the year of '59. ri LEONW Wm BRL DEANE LARRY SPENCER RICHARD RATH BM CLARK RQSENYH-D Rowl L Agran M Burns J Hooker, D. lVlcGiffert, J. Rosenfeld, A. Corallis, A. Goodman, J. Poctoney. Row 2-T Hunt B Lucousky F Von Der Kuhlen R Semler R Sarkesran R Roth, B. Taylor, B. Clark, T. Huff, K. Shapiro. Cee Track This year's Cee team proved hard to beat, it was, in fact, one of the best Cee teams ever to come out of the Huskie machine. Ron Sarkesian and Dave McGiftert led in the sprints and Jerry Rosenfeld and Andy Corallis led the field in the distance event. Bill Clark and Tom Huff added strength to the team in field events. All in all, these boys will probably be the greats in Huskie history. DAVE IVICGIFFERT r i .B ,L if Sha MQ ws Row 1-Henery, R. Warren, S. Elkin, T. Yocum, J. Davis, J. Brown, B. Mauch, Coach Trump. Row 2-T. Pederson, H. Day, E. Bender, B. Joyce, C. Shep- hard, B. Daniels, T. Morris. V RSITY BASEB ll STEVE ELNN- TONI BEDERSON TOM YOCUM BOB JOYCE ER END Dutiieid KCSDWU5 Pnchef second D359 Shortstop Epiiitstkgbase Catcher B Pitch CORT SHEPHARD !llVfgLS The Huskie batmen, sparked by Captain Steve Elkin, have a fine chance to once again capture the city baseball crown. Fine performances have been ' ' B der Bob loyce, and Buddy turned in this year by Tom Pederson, Earl en , Daniels. Rounding out the defensive unit are Harry Day and Cort Shepard ' Yocum and Bob Joyce at the keystone positions, behind the plate, Tom Tom Nlorris, lim Davis, and Robbie Warren at third base, Steve Elkin, Bill lVlauch and Buddy Daniels in the outfield, and Jerry Brown, Tom Pederson, and lint Patterson on the mound. llNl BROWN Outfield eiu lllhllcli Th ' TURAW base Juv PATTERSON HARRY DAY iivi olxvls ROB WARR EN W Row 1-B. Baldwin, M. Barry, B. Smart, N. Speiler, R. Speakman, B. Roth, J. Alden, C. Maneff. Row 2-Coach Gordon, D. Smith, L. Wedell, C. Mc- Cann. Row 3-D. Ruh, J. Puckett, R. Scott, D. Wilder, J. Weaver, B. Maynard, D. Epstein, R. Mills, B. Robertson, G. Milstein, Mgr. L. Hamlin. J. V. Baseball This year's l.V. baseball squad features an army of talented hitters and fielders along with one of the best pitchers in the Valley League. Ronnie Scott, Coach Gordon's top starter, has come through with clutch wins. He has a sneaky fast ball and excellent control. Jerry Puckett backs up Scott. Alan Gobuty and John Gonzales hold the infield together very nicely. Roger Speakman is doing a fine job in the outfield. The l.V.'s have Steve Malter, Dave Wilder, and Ira Buchsbaum. Malter, Gobuty, Alden, Roth, Speakman, Maneff, and Gonzales pose constant threats in the batting department. R0NN'E SCOTT CLARK iviccANN . DAVE WILDER ,g ,ig ff CHRIS MANEFF JOHN GONZALES HM ALDEN Y y x 'h w' i . a N f ' b N frw sa ii v 1 e F J ML 'GLLYJQ Row 1-L. Koven, D. Cooper, R. Brewster, M. Coleman, T. Rowe, S. Levy, J. Burrell, D. Michels, W. Pruett. Row 2-P. Newman, B. Margolin, R. Cooper, T. Volk, M. Wallach, H. Caylor, M. Steele, G. Underwood, R. Moulton, D. Hooker. Row 3-Coach Furlong, l. Sottlle, l. Siebert, S. Zahm, J. Saunders, T. Cunliffe, T. Alexander, R. Astamendi, H. Kaufman. GYMNASTICS GARY UNDERWOOD TOM VOLK RON BREWSTER JOHN SOTTILE .orgy ,G MIKE COLEMAN KAUFIVIAN i Exercise WALLACH ALEXANDER Tumbling Tumbling A A uw if W'w, It if i , ,.. .., ,M .s p W V I :.., QA, K guna ' ', 2 ' 'V'f'- 5 W A ,W ,-V:Q--: A i ss w" s g k s . W' 5 A ff. fiizif , . L . - .+ .3 .fd ' ' ir K We i sees W 4 UB, , li-.W si u F DAVE SCHEFFNER Doubles A fares!" L' Riff, A PHIL BROWN W 2-jjQ','Zf Singles MARTIN and LIEBERNIAN Doubles Row 1-L. Singer, A. Linson, S. Raike, L. Wolff, B. Weinstein, J. Busch. Row 2-Coach Anderson, B. Lebovitz, B. Rush, T. Reneau, G. Stromberg, D. Neufeld, M. Cooper, J. Robbins, Coach Mosher. G0lF GARY STROMBERG ART LINSON BOB RUSH non NEUFELD whiff, 5' , "9 A gil Sitting-N. Breit, D. Weisbart. Row 1-L Lieberman F Martin P Brown T Claus R Beeman M Yaffe L Malin R Leck C hX th R . ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,oacanos.ow2 -B Liebman,F Hoffman, H Zaret, B Frank, D Scheffner T Zenan R B tt B ' . . . . . , . , . urre , . Frank, R. Abrams, H. Abrams, G. Greenberg, V. Bedelis, B. Retz, G. Pratte. Chuck Rombeau Dick weisriarr 'Vicki B,e,t Coach Paul Xanthos A TONY ZEENAN DAVE SCHEFFNER LARRY LIEBERMAN FRANK MARTIN EW kim- M., wg, LARRY iviAuN 1 -,1,,, AQA RICH BEEMAN 1 Rgv . A RARR , L .1 :,, 5 Q 1 .Z,,,A. fi mum Rigas , - it R L, 1., if L I z 1' is ZR' , i,,,. . i RRA..A .,.. g ,gy ' ' '21 . , , g, f ,, -1-sl' fm- , , W H 1 i, k..k av,j.iEi f, ,iw .1 ,f Chuck Rombeau showing great championship form. In the past six seasons North Hollywood, coached by Paul Xanthos iwith the exception of 1958 when coached by Dick Fraleyl, has seen six con- secutive Valley tennis championships. This year's team is no exception and should gain our seventh league title in a row. Chuck Rombeau, returning all-City letterman, who was ranked third in the nation in the 15 and under group and who currently has high national ranking in the 18 and under group, led the way to Huskie victories. Chuck is returning next year and along with him are Tom Claus, outstanding singles player, Bob Leck, another singles standout, Larry Malin and Rick Beeman, top rated doubles players, and Dave Scheffner. Along with our returning lettermen the seniors have contributed much to the team. The loss of these seniors will be well felt, they are: Dick Weis- bart, second man and 3-year letterman, Nick Breit, 3-year letterman, Phil Brown, another 3-year man, Frank Martin, Leonard Leiberman, and Tony Zenan. TOM CL ,fi fi -S,.im.i. . ,, ,- x ' Xi -ef f-,SY ,, 7 . Pl-llL BROWN AUS Roeeis LECK Row 1-Mike Smith, Jack Maxwell, Steve Ashton. Row 2-Glen Gale, Gary Dordigan, Roger Head, Horst Peppa, Wally Kent .gg ",x tina 'll "Vic 'lzigzi N. it .. SIL. .refills-we 1 he - Z ii A f 551 A ty U .H ' :gan ng 5 lf, 1-4 ' 1 X an I: " in VARSITY This year the Campus U.S.A. Swim Squad swam in strange waters- those of the Western League. The Varsity powerhouse was built upon the talents of Captain Mike Smith, Gary Dordigan, Roger Head and Glen Gale, and the capable newcomers Bob Thornton, Bruce Von Herzen, Wally Kent and Jack Maxwell. The Bee team was led by Captain Justin Arnold, and strengthened by Arnie Balonick, Steve Head, Tony Haas, Bill Matlock, and newcomers Les Wieder, Lex de Azevedo, Steve Breitstein, Herb Niebergall, Spencer 1 'V ieiffif ' V Q ' , L- , is . 3912- . .5 ,""u,22l up ,Bet Lang and Ken Pierce. 2, , 2" ng. - .::::::25:::::,?"4i it An outstanding Cee team found their strength among Bill Clark, . lllg 'I , ' Q .. nnnuggzggflviggg J Scott Noblitt, lim Huemer, Mike Berlin and Richard Brun, while Captain V " gn: 2 22 ,A Ron Semler led the parade of high scorers. I A L iii - ' T . - 2g.::: " :?::32:::g:::' . .a -g--- :sm-tzgvi ,tt ' ' milf' . 52225913115 E21 Coach lack Burgan GARY DORDIGAN BOB THORNTON JACK MAXWELL BRUCE VON HERZEN g LA ,W .,.s,gw'-se T r I z ' 'B A :Q tw-A S lf T y A fl, 'S' ...xx ' H T. 5 f Q BOOB Q Q if . . gg X ew ig R V R I .,w N B., I J. E K Q xr,,,.. Q? l W Q we A a Q 2 as M 1-of .:5:Z5i':5"'. 5 11: El Bee Swim Team Cee Swim Team Row 1-D. Shubert, A. Balonick, B. Holzman, T. Haas, L. De Aze- vedo. Row 2-J. Arnold, H. Niebergall, L. Weider, S. Head, B. Mat- lock, S. Breitstein. Captain Mike Smith GLEN GALE Row 1-T. Hunt, S. Stein, C. Brown, B. Clark, M. Berlin. Row 2-M Klein, R. Brun, K. Pierce, T. Reid, B. Barkman. ROGER HEAD WALLY KENT Lrih E L K "Sis W A M Vi-..' VVEVKA V e ff, wifi" filrfki f ' ' f grxjfigifk ,,r,.wgir .i . - . . I V ' A .gf ' , A .K ki., VV "',gF'jQ?'i 1 A ? 53 J ta 1 K 2 L f W Q' L 3 if I Q E 333 s iififfg fg s 01 vga ,.g1:nfg5 r of ' wi . -'Ei .iff 'fini ' 2 I' we .sin-f,, .,,..,.S ...J , ..,. - rl.. - fi i E fi f V.: f Ei wr 2. .51 ,ga-'f fr 7.17. , - 'zf-i" " f +4 2' i ,-" -- 5 1 - 1 Girl ihleiic ssociation Row 1-Mrs. Patricia Wagner, Advisor, Val Nevius, Treasurer, Bar- bara Conway, Vice-President, Carol Fowler, President, Midge Lurie, Historian, Miss Arline Heckerson, Advisor. Row 2-Esther McConnell, Publicity Chairman, Carol Baker, Recording Secretary, Suzanne Mur- phy, Corresponding Secretary. 5,3 O The Girls' Athletic Association at North Hollywood High is one of the major extra-curricular activities in which girls may participate. The 130 members meet on Mondays and Thursdays in their activities, where they compete in intramural sports. These activities, supervised by the girls' physical education de- partment, include such sports as tennis, bowling, golf, badminton, modern dance, softball, and a class in posture. This year's G.A.A. Board consists of President, Barbara Conway, Vice-President, Carol Bakerg Recording Secretary, Janet Bruce, Cor- responding Secretary, Robin Gray, Treasurer, Midge Lurie, Historian, Marilyn Haggard, Publicity Chairman, Linda Slawson, and Commis- sioner of Girls' Athletics, Valerie Nevius. The spirit, sportsmanship, and friendship which the G.A.A. de- velops among its girls is admired by all Campus U.S.A. XV' tx Q C ,A Fl fx L A in X Q Pnl-fs, W, 5 J C X. , ff i fx , jfi! ,,,i ,V 1, l V lfxfg' L l - rj, K,rl Q92 7. ff K f it if-i 3 QNX' K4-7 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f' 1 1 1 1 1 Q11 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 , 1 A j ' 1' ,jj F, ' ., ., I , "ri , X, 1 1 1. 1 X 1, ' . " ' 'ffl 11:1 , 53 " 13511111 .14 il 1 1 ,,.1 1: 1. . -, -.3. . ' Q :L .ww 1 .,,1:,-Q4 211111,-. 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