Tamalpais High School - Pai Yearbook (Mill Valley, CA)

 - Class of 1932

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E V QQVLTE UTS CDVGQP QF Books ?.2G.': The Sclncznl 3032 Qrgmqizahoms 9.293 Uctivlties E305 Qffltlqletics 329.5 lmnmvlf v Q l, fflgzxrlrs i'Hz1r03rurgr Hlmw 3, 15131 Duruflgg luilsuu IIPFPIIIIIPI' 1, 15131 OSDFZIID Qfulpx .NL'lUl2llIl'lPI' 2, 15131 IDIXHIIIIIJ V 2 WA AAAAAAA F , AAAAA vvvvv vvvvvyslvfv vvvvvw , . P D P P P D P P D P Q. kk, v ' ' ' ' ' ' x THE MESSAGE Ol" 1932 In this year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred Thirty-Two there are many lessons that we can learn. The world has been going through trying times. Vast amounts of paper wealth have vanished into thin air. Thousands of those who were considered wealthy have come face to face with want. The days of easy money have ended- it may be for all time. Vlfhat, then, is there left to which we can cling? lVlaterial Wealth, the God of the past generation, has proved a false Ciiod. VVe must go hack to a hetter foundation for life -to character and high ideals. Education must not only prepare us to make a living, which is in many ways a secondary consideration, hut it must tit us to live full spiritual lives. XVe must derive from our education a love for our neighbor. VVe must develop a social consciousness. That is the greatest need of the world today. Unless we, the educated people of this and the next generation, recognize the right of every nian to live, free from Want and privation, a life full of joy and hope, the hasis of our civilization will crumble and the American spirit of individualism Will he no more. If our high school education gives us these ideals then it is worth while-if not, it is so much husks and straw. li. E. WOOD Thirteen W Yvvvvv v'v9fvWv'vYvvvvvVVWJ-!T'VVV I- gl Aill11lI1lSll'E:lllVC - BO:Xlll7 Ol-' SCHOOL 'l'llUSilil'll'iS lfrnest li. Mend, lllmiilwzff :Xlliert Nelson Al.: lV1ziry l". Seymour, New-n11"x' lidwzirtl fl. Creighton 3:52 lfrzink A. Bush George H. 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XYhite Cierzlrtl XYemlering lfrzincis KY2llCl'lU11ll Margaret XYoodrulT L n ' H532 vvv'g1rL'Evvvvvvvvv'vv vvvgvvvvvq N I' I f MQ-f' 0 IEQUQ 12'- I I P WAP AATA F , AAAAA vvvvv vvvvv uv? v vvvvvvw enior Notes S the high and mighty rulers of 'liamalpais it is hard to picture ourselves as scrubs, that low form of humanity that invades our corridors every six months. liven tho' we were thought to be extremely small we now have grown physically and mentally. ln the year of 1928 we entered Tamalpais and were given a warm welcome that has not been equalled for many semesters by the Seniors. YVhile freshmen we were as active as possible in activities but during our sophomore year we got started. 'l'he Honor 'Ps portals were crossed, some of the boys got up enough courage to go out for football, and our class was ably defended in inter-class sports. Vvhile Juniors the football, basketball, and track teams had some of our boys on them. The girls put on an unusual Jinx stunt, and helped in making the Mothers' Tea a success. Our Senior year is one, which, in years to come we will be proud to look back upon. In club life we predominated, on the field our best efforts were put forth and in the social whirl we were always represented. VVith graduation only a week away our impression of life at Tamalpais is a happy one and we leave school with pleasant memories. Seventeen ,' 2h171?1Y4sYA3Y4f4?.lWlZk IJBLI lllllhlv ,',, sa-, x llllllh QAQAAA4- E I 4444444, lTUZ'7,l x1.K4L x1nxnY4:zaxTr1syA I A d Xi I A ll B th H k N1 B fi ld N I1 d B t H B g J I Il I R Il H Il bl H gg 1 fl lil k MMMN ulllllll till!!! lihll lllllll lhlllll AIAA!!! ulllllll L...--..., ..--,.. , . . X N llhll I ulllhlll IAAMAH ' , l'D1Z'7fl pl'2LA'4x s1nxg -KV1FAx C L ll Iolu Conley . 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I' it Y I I 'J . . v l , 1'ln u o ' l l l 7 1 Q I l P . 1! 11 1 VA 1 l'x1'1I lliuimlilsrwii lll'lllill'll liz1i'11l:1 l'1'1-xiii--lil l':1llfvi1i1-Nlwi' I'1"-Mila-111 firmly: ff-im-xii i' l U ll111lx i14l1 i EEMA-M rnwsafz-mr-MM vvv7Q1rlEvvvvvvvv4vvivvvvvvvvvvvi Junior Clase 1 V4 , , ' ' -v - r . , t, ,. 1 , in L " 'A i - A Bessie Smith Stuart Siniinuns President fall svniestvr President spring seiinrste-r A I-limi jiwiioizs Class uflit-ers fur tlni fall sr-inester were: president, Bessie Smith: vire president, llvrnarcl l3ill'lUllQ S04'I'QlZ1l'j'-I1'08SllI'L'l', William Canclrian: t-lass representative, Ric-liard Van Smchaiuk: girls' representative, Lillian St-aunain. Oilivers fur the spring semester were: president, Stuart Siininunsg vit'e president, lirnest Amos: SQCl'Pl21l'y-Il'92lSlll'l'l', llorotlly O'l3rion3 vlass representative, Edward Koenig: girls' representative, Betty llollaway. ufglffi Q, Low -IVNIORS QTQ. Class nflivers for the fall semester were: president, Betty llnllaway: :I 'I vit-e president, Ernest Ames: secretary-Ireasnre-r, .lane l'l1onrre: girls' rrp- rusentative, Dorothy O'Brieng class representative, June Gallaisglicr, Olliu-rs for the spring semester were: president, Pete Solon, vivo priva- ident, Bill Illvffnrdyg sec'1'c-tn1'y-treasurer, Alvin Ilnsel: vlass reprvsoiitatirv. Otllo Thomas: girls' representative, Crystal Salkeld, Y -f5ql2f:Q f . 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Officers for the spring semester were: president, Edmund Solonmng vivo president, Eleanor Ambrose, secretary-treasurer, Jules Chonrro, Jr., rliiss representative, Billy Hatch, girls' representative, ivlarguret Dnnvzin. 1-1 Low l"Rrasi1MAN Tfffl ffj Class officers for the fall semester were: president Huh Creigzlitmii Vil'1' -if, president, Gurdon Sanford: sec-retary-treasurer, Jim Raines: girls' repro- zz scntzitive, Annabelle Allen: class representative-, .lules Clmnrre. Jr. Officers for the spring semester were: president, Mike Yolizinnzin: vim- presidcnt, Paul Grziiidjezui: secretary-treasurar, Leone Pine: girls' represen- tative, Dorothy Rossi: boys' representative, Bill Adams, 5: li. W .. il 5 Bob Creighton Mike Yulizinnnn U President fall semester President Siirills S1'llll'Sll'l' Forty-one U mm W I in Ei? WA-U-344-AAAAA AAAAA WvQggv,.,WTveLL'i32Z'2v.-vv.,-... .ll i . i vi ,l Y 4. 'tr x. Hill F1'ant'hini Cyril Donaldson Presmeiit tall semester President spring semester Student Bod HIC 'liamalpais Student Body, under the guidance of President Bill lfranchini in the fall, and Cyril Donaldson in the spring, has had a satisfactory year. jean lVlcKown, the vice president last tall, capably took charge of the student body meetings in Bill lfranchini's absence, and Bill Dixon succeeded her this term. Secret- ary's reports from Claudine lVlcKinnon and Lillian Seaman were read and approved, while Harry Beauregard and Lewis Schmidt took care of the budget. Bets Hollaway was yellfleader both semesters. At the weekly assemblies, the Program Committee presented yarizd and interesting entertainment of plays, lectures, local talent, and an lixchange Program. Rallies were arranged by the Pep Comf mittee and Mr. Murray Owen. Pennants, blocks, sweaters, and other awards were presented in behalf of championship teams. ,Ks this is written plans forthe Circus are just being started and it promises to be the most ambitious ever undertaken by the Stu- dent Body this year. Forty-five ll? AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIQTIAW VVYVVV'6uLL!23ZVcA9!VVVVV' ll 'VV' ,Q J l 1? Slumlilxu: lf, .X1'-'gary ll 'l'l14lma1s. W. f'1lIlflI'lilll. II. Iiixml, It l'rz1tln-'. IZ: N l 1 h1lllllLlI IE. I'1':11nvh1n1, 1 llHll1lltlSIPl1. X, Szxllflslwml. I. S1'2llllilII. li lim-nil -5 I1 llallwlx, li, l'lYlll'lZ ' l4lXl't'lIllNt' Clllllllllllljtj , . li l Illi ll-gslzlrixf lu+.ly,wIm'l1 ln nur' sclwwl is mln- l'lXL'k'Llf1YC L'm11r11itru-,iw wxlmp-M-ll nl-Il1L'sILlulL'r1flM1Lly ul'l'lu'1'sg1mltl1c class l I'L'PI'C5CI1lllflXL'5 lvl L-zulu alms. lr is unc uf the must L'SSL'l1lllll m'g1111lf11rEu11f in um' wh-ml. lr muft O. K. 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Point System 52 .A Hlfl Tamalpais citizenship rating system is a system for evaluat- JQSEEQ1 533. ing all student activities, hoth in scholarship and extra curricular events. There are nine members of the eommitteef the pres- ident, and xiee president of the student body, the president of the Boys' Self-government, the president of the Girls' Self-government, the Girls' president, and four faculty members, lVlr. Russell, Mrs. XVoodrulJf, Mr. VVarr, and Mr. Andrews. v .H cz The Point Committee sets the standard for Honor 'll eligihilitv. llurin f the fall semester sli fht Chanffes were made in ,,5,n l. T . 50 E t- - 'f the requir ments. ln order to maintain ll high scholarship standard, it was decided that D grades, While they would not disqualify a memher, would not he Counted for Honor T erediT. This new rule went into effect in tl' termining the eligibility of llonor 'll candidates forthe spring semester of 1932. lfligiluility qualifications of student hody ofheers, athletic teams, and cluh meinlvers, are determined by this committee. .Kg Forty-seven AAAAA. A AAAAQAAAAAAAAWAB vvvvy'l' v v v 'll vvv 1 FT H 1 f 15 'II V ' 1 5111111l11111. Im .XI1'3l!1'l', X X1-111111111, 311' ,Xiki:1, 11 lllklbll. 11, 1-'1':111111111i. 1'. Il1111:1l11s1111, 3 1 51111112 41. bmw, I-,. 1111111-1'1111111.1 I1111111111, M115 fFIIII11l.A1l'S 1'1l1llll!ZlII ll . . 1' ' J 11151111111 1111111111111 11 1 1.1, 111'11g1'11111s 1-111 1110 xYL'L'k1y 5111111111 1117111 1111'1'1111p 111'1' 1111111 11 111: 11 11111 111111 111'1'1111111'11 111 1111- 1,l'1lg1'11IT1Q111IT1IN1111'x', 11L1I'1IlQ1111511l151 I 11'g11' 11111111 1111c1'1-s1111g111111 111111s11111 1c:11111'1-s 111111 111-1111 11111151-1111-11 3? 1 111 1111' s111111'111s. X11 1'x1'111111g1' 111'11g1':1111 111' S1111 R2l1:L1L'1, 11 111111 111 1 1111- 1'1.:1 111111111111 C1111111 1'11IL' 1111'1Q," :1 1:1114 111111 mugs 111 111111111111 ' g11wz111, :1 11111 1N'1111111111:1 111111:111, ll 1'1L1I1C111JI1 211111 M:1r1'11 111111 111111 1111' V W 111'1V ,lllll cJ1'1k1lL'SII'11 111 111311111 1111' 1111' 11111 111111', l111k1 1111' 111115 1'1'1111f I 1 111g 111 "Rip 111111 XY1Il1i1L',H 111 X111 fi1'1'1'1111'111, L1I'1' 11111111111 N111111- 111- 1 1111' 11151 1'1'1111-111111-1'1'11 111'11g1':11115. . . , . , . . . . I j1 Mus 51111111 Is 1111111111 111111f1-1'1111'1111- 1'1'11g1'11111L111111111111-1-,111111 1' I Q 1 1 Mrs. 1'11Z1111lg1l1l 111111 X111 111511 115 1l5S1S1LlIIf5, 5111111111: 1111 1111- 111111 '111' 11111111 1.1r1 11111 11'1'1'1': Q11ll1I'II1I1I1 XY. N11'Ci1111'1111, 13. 1"1'.11111111111, 15. I 1l1111:111'111, 12. l11l11L'1IIl11l1, X. X1'11'1111111, U. 1'111'11'w, -1. K11'1x111111, 1'. ' U X11-gg1'1'. N11-111111-rs 1111' 1111' N111'1111g a1'1111'a11'1' z11'1': 11. 1'1':1111'111111, L. 111111111-1, l.. 51'LlI11l1I1,11. Aww, 5, 5111111w11, 11. 111X11Il, X. X1-11'111z111, 1 1-. xI'L'ggL'I', L. lD1111:1111+1111, lx. 1I11111'11111111. 1 ' ' 1 11.111-1 111111 vvvvvlvivvwvvvvvvvvv Til Il . Top row: J. Mullins, B, Frau:-hini, C, Donaldson, C. lill'K'll4'l'. Middle row: J. Mat-kie, K, Hildebrandt. A. Mzlssarzi, fl. Stulzmzin, lf. ltlartin. A I Mr. XVzu'r. -5' Bottom row: J. Ve-aeh, I-1. Foott, E. M0rde1'ai, B. CUll1'tl'lf.flll, 13. llllll1NV1lY. l J, Chourre, E. Honeyman, M. liverson. 1. , .gt Pep Committee :' HIC Pep Committee is an active organization composed of lower elassmen and six upperclassmen, and Mr. XYarr, faculty adviser. The purpos: of the committee is to foster the wellfknown school spirit and stir up excitement about games, rallies, and other im- portant events. l n I Last fall the Pep Committee fed doughnuts and coffee to the ini. football players! after some of the games. They arranged a Big ', ' f Chime parade ot 70 Carsg and the rally was pronounced one of the l lvest ever, with ri program in the gym, 21 large lllllli:II'C, and a dance at which over 590.00 was Cleared. The I.ettermen's Clulw sold Lickets and liuilt the honhre. Members of the Pep Committee last fall Were: ll. lVl:tssarzi, Q lx. llildehrandt, Mullin, Mzickie, B. Long, ll. Chourre, II. 13 Bettoli, C. Kircher, P. Harris, and Chairman Barbara Courtright. i i . l Forty-nine ,,, I -L AAA-A .ff A ---M513 ll 'Yvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvi vvvvv , . ., l 1 1, 1 yr . 1 rr fi . 1 lS:11'kr1111'. J. l.z11l:1ul11-1'. ..l. I,11l1', A, s14h11'1-1'111, ln. 511111111111 1111111-1' '- Frmit 1'1111': .1. .XYt'l'5. I". liuln-1'1s, ,I, M1-K1111'11. 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S:1111lf fl srr11111,l1z1llsg -l.L'l111111-1-1-,11-II1111'sI111s1 llittlu, g1'1111111lsg lf. 5t:111- I 11111, cutting st111lu111 l1111l1g X. llccl1111'1', incctiiigsg ll. .'XIlllTI'lJSC, Lklllhkj ll f1l'k'L'Il, trziiiisg 2lI1LlX'.f111lXX'1l1, girls'1'1111111s. ' l 'lllic 111'1.'si1lc11r l'111'tl11- spring sciiicstui' is Alc:111 Nl1'li1111'11. llur Co111111ittcQ l1u:11ls 11111l1-1' liar 11110 Y, 5t1'11':11'1, 1111il11r111sg l-'. Rwlwp-1'ts, lmllsg li, XYill111111s1111,1cll1111'sl111sg Xl. l.11f1, g1'1111111lsg l ",. Slllllltlll, , cutting 5fLlxlk'Ill' l1111l1' 11111l girls' 1111-u1111gs4 'I. K-11ll11gl111', lllL'L'l'lI1QNQ X. X1'cr1, mfr-g C. L'11ll11-1', 11'11i11sg .1111l X. 5Ql11'1'11'i11, girls' r1111111s. N . 1' I 1 F1111 VT 5?Ek4.444Aa,-tnfi. , 44444 vvvlylgvvvvvvvyiii vvvvvv 'N Q to c i -B.. , Hack row: B. Barton, F. Hilton, E. Somrners, H. Beauregard, F. Areggs-V, i M. Howard, J. Mackie. lfronl row: U. Donaldson, R. Bowman. V. Anderson, .I. Smith, G. Illackelt, B. Franehini, F. lVll1l'llll. .Q Boys' Self-government OYS' Selffgovernment, that liody of students which polices the " ' school campus and maintains orderly conduct in the ranks of the boys at '1'amalpais High School, was singularly fortunate in that the past year Was free of mishehavior upon the part of the students. Y In the fall semester the committee under the leadership of A George Riehl encountered few student Wrong-doers. The halfsyear Vl315lI:,... was an unusually peaceful one and the oflicers dealt skilfully with all cmergencies which arose. Bill lfranchini took over the office of president in the spring term and immediately selected an efhcient group of aides. The president of the Self-government Committee is a member of the senior class and is appointed hy the Executive Committee .A which also creates the rules which the president and his committee are hound to enforce. The president appoints the officers of the , committee, the appointments sulvject to approval by lVlr. XX'ood. l Fifty-one f M--- , A--f-KMAEAEE M VVYVVVT vv V 'WW' iii i4 1 1 u Bliss Whiti- llill'l7-ll'El f'Ulll'll'lf-Illl, Yi1'g:ini:1 S1lIlllSIl'UlIl lirlsl Associzilioii ROM prcsiclcnt fULII'fI'lgllf,S first l'WilI thc niucting lWlL'1lSL'UlIllC to urclcril' till the lust gniiclliyc Lifter thc picnic, thc liirls' Xsff sucizitimi hzis ciijiiyccl ll husy, happy ycair. 'lihc limi l"i'c-sliiiic-ii Rccupticnisg thc ship-shzzpc Alinxg the Yzilcntinc Pzirtig ligiln lliiy with its curls :incl short clrcsscsg thc N'lntlicrs' 'lczi with thc Nlzirihgi Xlnsliiiigroii rhcincg :incl thc iiirls' Picnic, liziw iill 'panic ntl" innrc than szitisfzicmrily. Wlitl in thc spring, thc nflicc of prcsiclcnt hiis hccn czipzilili lillccl. Cziriil i Bzzrlizirzi Cmirtriglit in thc full, iincl Virginia Sgiiiclsriwiiii Cl'CigliFLJl1 was vicu prc-siclcnt hnth scnicstcrs, l-'rzniccs lQulwgI'Ts was clcctccl sccrctziryftrczisurcr, hut ill hciilth fnrccul hui' in rcsign. Shu was siiccccclul hy .lzinu ClinL1r1'c, whn linishul the sc-iii-gstcr :incl wiis clcctccl tin thc sziniu wfiicc in thc- spring. Yclls wc-rc lcwl ln lic-ssic Smith :incl .'xI1I1lllWCllC Cuiilcy, while Xzin l'phqini :incl Sully liczinim' gzircl niziniigccl zithlctics. lfllcn lkmrt, zincl 'lcgin Nlclinwii wc-i'c thu Cjirls' SClffglJYCI'IlII1CI1l' hczicls. Filly iw. WY TVVVV' Jlfglili ,Ji .I I. if . , i i ! 3- A If ,pi-, . :i D li 5: 5. l Y 1 l I- vvvvYvvvvvvT5'v4vvi v vvvvvvv lil .- f V. i We ' -Sy, Pl . SQQEF pi 525533, pl Clif" it i A l 1 f Lillian Seaman Dorothy O'Iirien Pi Alpha Tau HH Pi Alpha Tau, 'I'am's social service club for girls, is sponsored by Miss Banker. The most important philanthropic work of this society is in connection with Hill lfarm, cons valescent home for children, and parties are given for them at liaster, l H2lllOW'C,Cl1, and Christmas. Last fall members of the Club sold tickets to the student body to pay for sweaters for the children. - The club also has enjoyed dinners and entertainments for the if members themselves. V575 '35-l Ofhcers for the fall semester were: president, I,. Seamang vice W: president, lf. Honeymang secretary-treasurer, H. Roy. ln the spring they were: president, D. O'Brien3 Vice president, lilsie Stormy secretary, C. 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This 11111111 11'11s 1'1111si111'1'1-11 11111- 171 th1- 111151 1'1'1'1' ,lt g11'1'11. 11 OH11'1'1w fm' thu 1L'lll' 111-1'1-: g1'111111 111'.11'l1', li, S1'11111.111g 1111 1 111'111'l1', 11. L'h11111'1'1-, ll. ll11'l1111'11s1 s1'1'1l11- li. l'1-11x1-, l". 1111111111 ll 11r11'st1'ss 11. S1'11111:111, R. 111111111 11-111111111 Lf Xuygl, l', 5lI1lTl1g 111-13 ' 111-111-11- 11. 111111111-111, 1. 1,115L'l. 1 1 1 1 F11'tyt1111r TTT' .A.AAlQ..FllLL AAAA vvvll vvvvv v vvvvvvi 1 V 151 if I ' 11, 3' Gertrude Lemnie Jllilllllil Vent-li A I.. 0 D Big C23 Soeiet HIC Big 'll Society is 21 club of girl sports. ln order to become l il member 600 athletic points must be eztrnetl bv flllilllg pnrt in the many sports which it is possible to enter into around sehool. The initiation is held semi-zinnuzilly, and the girls ure put through this grueling procedure before becoming El member, they then ezm wear the emblem-a block T. 1 The Society ushers at :ill school events zintl has vztrious outings during the semester. 1 .X silver Cup is awarded ut the end of each semester to the High Senior girl Who, in the opinion of the eoziehes :intl captains of the various tezlms, has had the highest degree of sportsmztnship 1 . throughout her pzirticipzltion in sports. l f?f3 lhere :ire two even higher awards--the XYIIIQCJ l :intl the ?E stnr pin. Ihe latter is the highest and few girls are able to enrn The oflieers for the full semester were: Ciertrutle Lemme, presitlentg Bztrbztrn Courtright, vice presielentg :intl -luainitn Yeneh, secret:try-treasurer. The ollieers for the spring semester ure: -Iuxinitzi Yeneh, pres- -Q itlentg Czirmen Collier, vice presitlentg :intl Romiettzi Shephzirtl, -I SCCTCFJIFl'-fI'C21SLlI'CI'. Fiftvplive Fl T AAAAAA4zAQAA, AW AAAAAAWAB YVYVVJUWLQSZVLASEVVVVV V, Ilmlzlltlsml. ll. lllilvlivll, H. llP21lll'PHill'll, Mr, Wzxrr. V Thc Bank ,rl E, I ai lli 'XXR llgty iw ll I'L'g,1LllLil' llllttlrstlzty' fcztturc. 'llltc Hawk, wlticlt is ll lmrztnult uf tlu- Szxusztllttm ,'XIllCI'lLkL1ll Trust, is I1X'llllL1lNlL' to every il: l' stutlcnt :ts tlwru is ll lvzmk teller in uwry tlnirtl pu-intl class wlwsc 5:1 51 tluty it i5 to wllt-at :ill the tlcptasiltmry' rwmxxuy. 'llm tummy is twllct-rf l ul :tt tlw Qclwol Hunk, xxlticlt is in tltu rmmt nt tltc tmp uf tht- stalirs f l next tu tlttt limp' Sclf C1m'c1'111m-nt OHSQQ, lwftnm' tlulixt-ry tu thc if main SlllhllllflllH!'IlI!L'l1. l Y l 'llltwc are fm urmty txw mtmtltly tlcposimrf wlwtlcptmsitxlu:1X'cI'- 'Q . V - - - . l gigs of Slmlllll ltmrttwly. llmt' If-Intl ztmtmuut tltrp-mtutl Ill the l5l1Llhl1' 1 llto lumk is Sl l.N.5l. lltt' cgtwlmwr l1l5lNllI1TL'kl lvy' tltt' lzlculty mtlxtscr, N111 XY:1I'I', wats ' Ilztrry l5c:tL111'g11t'tl, with Cyril lltmqtltlslm :mtl Cla-tmH'1't'x Blat-kt-tt In :twist ltim. I 0 llllN wx AMAQlL w 4AAAl vvvv vvvvvvxlylkv ' v vvvvvvw li The Focus HE Focus, the school magazine of Tamalpais High School, is published in the spring sem- ester of each school year under the supervision of Miss Elizabeth Keyser, head of the English department. This small magazine, which contains between fifty and fifty-tive pages, is a collection of poems, stories, book-reviews, sketches, and personal impressions. Miss Keyser This material is contributed by various members of the student body, particularly of the English classes. The contents of the Focus represent the finest work of English classes at Tamal- pais and are selected from the daily assignments of those groups by Miss Keyser. Among those contributing to this year's Focus are: YVilliam Klenz, Harry Richards, lVIervin VVebster, Barbee Kessler, Eleanor Thomson, Elizabeth Harrington, Catherine Toomey, Eileen Mair, Dorothy Seaman, Robert Schrier, Loretta Hogarty, Evelyn Honey- man, and Hugh Fowells. The Focus was formerly a project of the class in journalism and was first published in 1924. It was discontinued after that year, however, and was not published again until 1929. At the present it has no connection with the journalism class but is purely an organ of the English department. Publication usually occurs late in April. The Focus serves as an incentive to the student of English inasmuch as the best pro- ductions :ire chosen for this publication, thus encouraging students who possess genuine literary and ambition to greater efforts. The magazine sold at the bookstore for ten cents a copy, and six hundred copies were printed. Fifty-seven l-T 54444- A J'lAll Yvvvvv1!in: ' ' iclwgstvvvvv lsvvvv .v... .lim Smith 511: lirztves l"rt-11 Marlin 'Q 2, lAilltTl'I11t?l17S Club HIC l.ettern1en's Clulw, untler the tlireetton of Nlr. liraxes, ls tor the lwoys that have won Xarsny lvloelcs tn major sports, that is, sports that have regular league competition. llte clulw has taken upon ttselt to awartl the low seniors with sweaters, if they ltaxe qualilletl for the elulw. 'llte lnonex to pur- Cltase tltese sweaters is raised lw gixinp tnoxles antl tlanees. llte . elulw also takes it in tlteir ltantls to put over tlte lvonllre rally antl to ' I initiate the serulvs. llltl-ll., ln the fall of 1'7,11,-lnn Snntlt was presltlentg lf. iiilnrxn, nee presitlentg Nl. Culver, seeretaryg antl Roy Bowman, treasurer. X movie, uneler the tlireetlon of Holm Crawfortl, was git en on byptenlf luer ln, antl a tlanee was lteltl later on, untler tlwe tllrqutlon of Cy 2- Donaldson and li. Bowman, wlnelm was a success llnanrlallt' antl Q52 gg socially. lltey also sponsore.l a tag sale for tlte 'l.1l111'51l11 Rafael rally antl nettetl arountl fifty tlollars. IT. ll ln tlte spring of 11132, lfretl Nlartin took the presitlenttyg IS. ' ' . . , Pratlter, wee presulentg NI. llowartl, treasurerg antl lx. Cantlrian, secretary. 'X movie was given on lfelwrunx 3 vltl 1 'U -, .' ell was an oxer- wltelnnng sueeess, antl plans were ntatle for a tlanee. 'lllme requirements for sweaters was eltangetl sontewltat lw nmak-f 1115.1 tlte rule lnelutline two Varsity lsloeksg eitlter in one sport or two tllllerent sports, tltus limiting the nunmlwer ol! sweaters. I l l:1lfY-Jlglll F Q32 AAAAA vvvvv vvvvv",l'v"v " vvvvvvYv1 Betty I-Iollaway Mrs. Hall Girls, Athletic Association 1'ilVlBl+fRSIllP in the fi. fl. A. is the first step in the ladder of athletics for girls. In order to retain membership a girl must make one team a semester, or two teams a year. XYhen she has 400 athletic points, she isa permanent member. The emblem she wears to distinguish her as a member is a blue felt wreath encircling the blue G. A. A., which are on a red background. :X comparatively large group enters every semester, and a lively funny initiation is suffered by the initiates throughout the day- then the punishment increases when they are all herded together after school when they put on a program for the old members. Bets Holloway was president for the fall semester, while Sally Beauregard assisted her as vice president. Sue lVIcNutt took down the minutes. Hattie Duley took charge of the finances as treasurer. .lane Chourre was recording secretary, keg-ping track of the athletic points earned by each girl, with Ruth Vkood as her assistant. lfor the spring semester Bets Holloway was again given charge of the meetings, with june Gallagher vice president. Sue lVlcNutt again jotted down the high-spots of the meeting. Louis: Young handled the money. Ruth VVood took over the recording secretary's duties with Jessie johnson as her assistant. Fitty-nine FW AAAAAA 49 AAAAAAHFWLL Yvvvvv frvtv vfvvvvvvvvv vW 'flls' Mr. Plilwurcls .3 1 Huh Iicllrt-its 114111 Ul'llIlllIlltll1l N w t va t wuts HIC Scsi Scouts, mir tit thc iicwui' urgtiiiimtitmtis :it Ttttitztlptiis, wus stzirtcti Izttc in WW, hut tiiti mit get into its Ntrith' Liiitil March, 19.31, whcii thcrc were tiiiic Scouts i'cgistci'uti LlIlLiCi' thc lcztdcrship of Mr. 'lf lftiwnrtis, skipper of thc xhip. X twciity- four foot motor sgtilcr wzis twcciit-ti frtim thc Nitty :tiiti t1LlI iii uitif tiitiuii hy thc mumhcrs. Xlthough thc hunt was iii ptitar sliupg when it itrrivud, thu Summits clcziiit-ti it up ttiiti ttizulu ll rcspcctzihlc crztft of . it ttftcr thc :ttitiititnii of ll tit-W thirty titmrwcptixvut' ciigiric. ,f P, li lhidcr thc sL1pci-visiuii tit Skippui' lftiwziimis, lfirst Mzitc lictiigu, :uid thc lU11I'TCI'lT1IlSfLJl'N Btih Hchrvtis :iliti lhvii llrtiiiihitwiiti much 'Q 3: 1 1 , work hats hucii titanic mi thc rugtllgir rztiik i1t1X'1ltiL'QlI1ctlI ptwigixtiii. In hchrLiz11'y thcrc wcrc I2 Xpptwiitiuc Scouts, with sum-rail huts mi their ways tuwzmi thc m1iiii:ii'i' rziiik. 1 lg Suzi Scouting is tht- piwmgittiii of itiqtritihis tn' st-girttttiisliip Lit- 'f i tivitics cztrricti out hy tht' Hui Smtits tat -Xhiuricrt tltrmigh its Sui SCLJUI uicpllrftliclif. lt not willy t1t'L'p:LI'L'S Il img fmt' L'lNL'I'gL'IlL'iCS ol! ii wzitcr :ind lztiid, hut it giws him gt xgiricti ztmi iittcrcwting prtmgrziiii IQ 1 of grztaicd scgunziiiship thzlt ticwiups his kiitiwlctigc of the scat ziiiti ' its wztys. It is cssciitiaiili' it pmgttttti iii which tihiur hints rcmitiii I in thc Hwy Stunts, Ltlthtitigh mit iii ll tiiruct watt. i i i V I . i Sixty Fil 51131444446 A., 44444 Y Vvvvuugvvvvvv avi V vvvvvvw ll -lj oeational Club ' I .-,. gi". ' T -'.'. . ,.. 1 l new club for thos: interested in following the progress of their vocation was started by Mrs. Chauvaud. The vocational information classes ollered the greatest amount of members. During the year senior girls gave talks on the Yocaticns .hey were to follow. livery Week the m mbeis listened to some authority over the radio or in the assembly hall on some position that the club was interested in. The president for the fall Was livelynne XVard and Margaret Gillespie was secretary-treas- urer. The spring semester had I,illax'ieve :Xrp as president and Isabelle Larsen as secretarys treasurer. Some of the main speakers for the year were Miss Doris Connor, Dr. Landrock of Mill Valley, and lVlr. Mcllowell. In the spring june Peck was elected club critic. T ping Club jYl'iRY spring typing contests are held in Martinez to decide who is the speediest, and most accurate typist in the high schools of the bay region. ln April the first contest will be held and the Tamalpais Typing Club will send twenty contestants. If some pass the first step they will go to Sliastopol on May 7th, and then to the state finals in Sacramento. During fourth periods the members practice under the supervision of Miss lfinnegan. As the club organizes late in December there is only one set of otlicers elected a year. The presidency was Lillavie-ve Arp Evolynne Ward Johanna Ilittle held by Johanna Dittle, the vice presidency by Frances Nelson, and the secretary-treasurer position by Elinor Stanton. Sixty-one GA., 1 I 1- f - ,'AaL' yblyli., ' Lfdbi 1 I Elm AAAAA4 if I AAAAAATWWL rvvvvv 4'iv5v?vVvvvvVv Jflvvvv ldvzilxii Ali N lilllll 1 7 l'1ll'lll im-iulilwill :xll'I'YlI1 W Xfx vhxlvi' I' rainli 1 .iiiipi IXKX Inu 221111 Girls Rifle Huh 1 HIC ' -irls' Kills Cluh is fur juniors ziml seniors iiitcrcstul iii thc Lisc of hrc arms. .Xftcr mic yczir of cxistciicc thu cluh has iiiiictccii mcm- lwzrs who slmiat cvcry liucsilziy, umlcr thu guiilzuicu of Mr. Kirziiit. During thc full rcrm gi mzircli wzis hclil with thc hwis, :mil thc girlx wcrc thc victors. qliiwthci' IULICI h is ru hc hchl in May, with uvcry im-mlwr of the lmis' tuzim pzirticipiiriiig. lhc wfliccrs fur thc fall scmcstcr wcrc: pirsiilurir, lfixiliii Murilccziig sci'rct:ii'x-rrum1i'ci', Czirul Crciglitwii. lhu spring ufhccrs wurc: prcs- iilciir, Czirwl C11-iglitwiig sCk'1'L'IllI'l -t1'c:isurui'g BL-tty Roi. Nlr. K-curgu Cirziiir iiisriwicts :mil supcrviscs :ill oftliL'L'lL1luwor'lC. Boysl Hills' Clulr OVI thgit thu girls incfci' mins cunipctitioii for thu Huis' Rilln Cluh, thu huys zirc more caigcr In slum' rhcir :ihilirics :is iirirksmuii. l'ix'cry Nifmmlziy night thc report of thc .ll czilihcr hullcrs sriiniliiiig zigaiiiisr thc stccl um he hczird hy pziascrsflwi. lhc cluh lwclmigs rw thc .Iuiiior Nxitimizil Killa: x35llClllflUIl :mil thc rzirgcts :irc suhiiiittul :mil iluc ziwzirilsa :irc givcii thc mciiihcrs hy the X. li. X. l"l':Ulli Cziiiipzigiizi hzis Lirtziiiicil thu highf cat merits iii rhi- clulw ns during rhu spring sunicstcr hc l'iJ1lCllL'Ll the lfxpcrr mark. This is mic of the IINJST ililliciilt rziiiks to iittziiii, ns th: slworing must lic ilmic iii cxwy' pmirimi. 'lilief vpriiig oliiccix :irw :is fwlluws: prcsiiluiii, lfrziiili lixiriipzigiixu Xiu' prcsiilciit, Dori llriim- iiiumlg si-ui'L't:ii'i', .lohii Hcclicg rrcaisurcr, Nlcrviii Wiclvsrcrg pulwliciry, lluiirci' STLTIIC, quill cxcciltiw olliu:i', glilfli llilluii. QUE' I 'l1'f'. ifillf' f i ll i V W l l i mA AAAAAA X Q32 , AAAAA vvvv vvvvvvziulux vvvvvvl Poultry Club IIIC Poultry Club combines business with pleasure. Under Mrs. McCrum's guidanc: the club raises Rhod - Island Reds and VVhite Leghorn chickens. In july ltlfl Rhode Island Reds and in September 200 VYhite Leghorns were bought in Petaluma. An Iiaster Iilgg Hunt was held this spring. 'lien dozen colored eggs were hidden on the hill in back of the school. Matt Schau found the largest amount of eggs and M. Strauss the least. lfall officers were: president, 'lied Hartwell, vice president, Ivan Sponseller, secretary, Charles Kircher, bookkeeper, Vllerner Murphy. 'lihe spring otlicers were: president, Ivan Sponseller, vice president, Robert Ahrens, secretary, Robert Lane, bookkeeper, Vincent Brooks. Stamp Club H111 Stamp Club is, as its name indicates, an organization to promote interest in philately. Speeches on stamps, and exhibitions of col- lections are often presented at the club meetings. Books and literature concerning stampscollecting' are bought bv the club, and put at the disposal of the members. Besides the trading of stamps of equal value, dillerent collections of stamps are looked over with the idea of buying them for the club's use. The social events of the club are limited to picnics at Muir Beach under the guidance of Mr. Iidwards the faculty adviser. Last semester the otiicers were: president, Leavitt Baker, vice president, Matt Schau, secre- tary, Robert Ahrens. This semester they are re- spectively: Matt Schau, Douglas Black, and Robert Ahrens. Ted Hartwell Ivan Simons:-ller l Leavitt Baker Matt Sehau Sixty-three ..-M .,,M.-..-EE... -A 1 Y ll VYVVV' 'vgvfvj ev?-vvvvvvvv 'Vvvv i .R,:. l.l?1'.Z.1f.' 'f2112I.'f 11111111-1-11 Cluh Q llll L':L111L-V11 Lxlulu 1s out of the most :1ct11'c 1111 lllllllllltlllb 111 'l':1111:1l11111s 1111113 'lhuy hold 1111111-sts for s11z1psl1ors of such scum-s for mplc 115 thu school from ll from 11c11', or for x11:111shorsof 11 lllfllllllg play 111 thu 1113-g11111c, z1111l 111'1xcs 1111- 1111'z111lc1l to those who h:11'c t:1kc11 thc lwcsr. The Q-lIIT1L'I'1l Cluh has also Llom- somc work lor the l 111. I,:1sr SL'lT1L'SfC1',S 11Hicu1'w 11'c1'c: 1111-s11lc11t, Boh " L'1'z111'fo1'1lg vin- prwul-,-111 11111l SL-C11-t:11'1, ln.-:111tt 1 '1-1: lhc 1111-sp-11t 111151111111 holllurs 11115: 1,1-111111 B2lliL'I', 1111-s11l1-111g .lohu Sclfrulgc, 1111- prcsulcllrg 1I'1l l,lo11l Brooke, sp-cm-t:11'1', l w 1,0111 l1lul1 111 111111 lg. U . 1 I1 s 1-lul1S, 1111s lourulul lll 19.11 l11' lluf I1 I-11111-lls. 'llhc 1111- sow oftl1cL'lul1isto ff , .l . l . . 4 . -o111otu thu 11111-mst of 11s 1111-111l1u1'a 111 com ' '- collu't111g. 1 1 l lhc uluh 111111151111-11r1-1' o11 Illlllly 1111111111-s 111 V Y A thu w111cst1-Vs to 1111111-, 11111l 11 llIlS c1'c11 l1L'L'Yl prof '1' 1 111151-ll rhut ull 1111- ITlClNl5--I'S 1-1h1l11r Tlltll' col 1 lcctiom 111 :1 sl1o11'L':1s1- 111 school. Q 1 - l l I 3 f5ll'lgCI'5 for thu full 51-11-1cstu1' wcrc: 1111-a11lL-111, H' li ' Hugh I-o11'cllsg 1111- p1'cs11lL-111, c1l1I1 Colllmg I sl-cn-1:11'1'--111-1151111-1', Ilu111'1' B1'11111lt. OT:l:lL".'I's for thc rpflllg scllwsfcl' 11'c1'1'1 111'Cs l lLlk'IlI, .lohu H1-1-lu-g 1111- pI'CSILlCIll, l.lo11l HI'11Ul'iL'Q - Hugh ,,mWllS :cum-t111'1 r1'u:1s111'c1', Hugh I-11111-lls. .lllllll H1-1-l1v l M155 lI1o11111so11 IS the 1:11-11lr1' :11l1'1sc1'. Slxty-111111 , WAAAAA vvvvv vvvvvvvv'vv?vvvvvvvvvvvv Spanish Club I, Circulo Don Quixote, the Spanish Club is one of the most active of the groups of language clubs in this school. In order to join on? must have a "B" average for one year of Spanish and pass an entrance examination. The membership is limited to twenty. Miss Stump acts as faculty adviser. The of'l'icers for the fall semester Were: Juanita Veach, president5 Katherine Hogan, vice president, and lilizabeth Battaglia, secretarystreas- urer. The ofiicers for the spring semester Were: Elizabeth Battaglia, president5 Dorothy Seaman, vice president5 and Helen Hough, secretary-treas- urer. German Club HH German Club, or as the initiate know it, ie Schwalbenf' is an organization to bring the students of German together, and to stimu- late them to engage in projects having a bearing on their language. UD The club often has classes present German sketches and recitations. They have several times gone to see foreign films and on pleasure excur- sions. The present oflicers of the club are: president, Bill lfellnerg vice president, Jack Tobin5 secretary, Phyllis Bon. Last semester's were respectively: Helen Tomlinson, Heinz Frank, VValter Cordua. Once a year an ice skating party is held. On April 8, 1932, the members Went to Dreamland Ice Skating Rink in San Francisco, and enjoyed a cool evening on the ice. Juanita Veaeh lillizahi-th liattagrlix xvllllillll Fc-Iliivl' Helen Tomlinson Sixty-five VYVVVv 4riv5ivv-vvvvvvv vvvv' l"i'ci1cli Cluli ll IHS SCINCSIQI' "I .us 'll-tztrtlcaf' ur "'l'liu Polly W V l wigs," plziii to prcsuiit scu-rail short lfrcriuli plaiix, lliuy Lilm intl-ml tu visit the lfiwiicli ilil1L'1lfL'I'll1 Sllll l'il'l1IlCl5Cll. llicrm was iw rcgulztr iiiitizitism in thc tqtll, .. xiltlwiigli wcxcrzil ucv' rm-iiiliurs wcrc zulmittul. ,-N llmvuu-i', iiiitizttcs wt-tit tlirougli 21 grucliiig tn-dt-til "zum git tliu licgiriiiiiig of tlw spring tcrm. :N 3 .Iainv i'Iui1ii'l'+- . . . . Mr. tlucli is lllflllly' zitlviscr tm' tht' cluli. . t Ofjticcrs wcrc: prcsitlcrit, .Izuic Cl11lllI'l'L' for thc full :intl spring turning xicq pirsitluiit, Xzm l'pli1tm :tml Czzrul Xtigcl, spriiigg wp-L'i'ct:1r'y' trumircr, Iiult-ii pXltx'z1tci'1iml lhriiglxts Black. l l liilcimiticmiial Cluli ciwtiltlwiiiil Lluli, with Rntcht-I Btu-rlutt I :is pix-silluiit lmtli scrm-su-i's, has lizid, ZI5 usual, l Ll limi' yum: Must wt the iiicmlwurs liztvc :it lcztxt mic ur twin uwrcspmitlcitts iii l'iui'upc, ztml mztiiy iiiturwtiiig luttcrs liztw liccii i'cn'cixul. ' I ist full the ululi gmc 11 fourth pt-rind mm ic, I ' uuuls from which hclpctl to pau' thc i ' wpuiisw tit wim- tml the scxcii mcmlicrs of thc RWIM mllllm Clllli wliti :ittcmlul tlic .Iuiiiur liitcrrizitimiztl ln- l Ntittitc zit licrkclcy in Ducciiilvcr. ' Mr. -Iucli i5 faculty zttlviscr. bilxizi l7r:ikc xml Xziii l'pliztm l were vial' prcsitlL'iitr1 iii tht- full :mtl wpriiig, 11-spuL'tix't'li'g wliilc tlic l uflicc of 5L'Lkl'L'lllI'f trcztfiircr wats lit-ld liy Bonnie lxllll :mtl lame t Prcslcy. l I, Sixty Nix F AAAAA vvvEYLEvvvvvvvv'v6 vvvvvVVVvvv Rod and Gun Club HF Rod and Gun Club attracts those who thrill to the splash of a fighting fish, or who like to walk the forest trails, gun in hand, or whose ruling passion is any one of the many other sporting pursuits. But the purpose of the club is not to destroy wild life, but to conserve it, and as ,. .is an organized group they study and discuss all ' f- . phases of natural history, so that the members may ,, go about their sport with a knowledge that makes il if It more cn-loynble' Anthony Soldavini VVith a membership of thirty, the main social function of the club is the semi-annual banquet, and also several trips afield are made in quest of fish or game. Ofiicers for the spring semester were: president, :Xnthony Soldavini, vice president, Frank Campagna, secretary-treasurer, Tom Knapp. Mr. R. B. Jacka With his extensive knowledge of outa door life is an able instructor for the club. Chess Club ' ORN in 1929, the C-haturanga Club has in its life of three years become one of the most active organizations in Tamalpais. P Members play chess whenever they desire and with whomever they desire, using the club sets which are kept in an open cabinet in Room 24. ., It is estimated that since the club began 30 - novices have been taught the game, and that 40 l days on end have been spent by the members in . Robert Sc-hrier playing. The present officers of the Chaturanga Club are: king, Rolwgrt .E Schrier, bishop, Sylvia Drake, and knight, Hugh lfowells. l,ast semester's were respectively: Robert Schrier, Harry Diner and ll ' K Carl N agel. i i Sixty-seven Elm AAAAAA A A 4-44. AAAAAAILWAIB. - ' 6' ni n Vvvvvv ezvvv vvvvvgfg' Plippetiy A Tl l Ill". Tamalpais Puppet Players, under the direction of Mrs. Phelps, have presented several plays at various entertainments during the past year. They had a protitahle hooth in the 141.21 Circus, they grave "The Ciooseherry Man- darin" and a scene from "Pierre Patelinn at the .., Community Church in Mill Valley, last fall, and -gf, ,H with the Tamalpais Chinese Orchestra they pre- sented a Chinese program in the .Xssemhly Hall. ,E 3 h This was later repeated for the henetit of a Tam Mullin-xv Tfllllllfllliilll . . . girl who was seriously ill, and over SRU was made. lames l,ane was president last fall, and Matthew Dillingham, who is said to carve puppets he-tter than anyone since lfleanor Bates' time, was president this semester. i There are now ahout IR memhers who take puppetry third or 5 fourth periods. Xn amusing Shakespeare hurlesque was one of this seniester': projects. l.ast March the cluh .acquired a large mirror, which has heen found xery useful at rehearsals. ii?-. ll , , , .iii T251-1' oo vstoie , u 1 HIC Bookstore Cluh is ditlerent from most of the school cluhs in zz i that the memhers do not hold meetings or elect ofhcers. llowf y 5: ever, as Mrs. Smith, the adviser, says, "They are all united in spirit+eyeryone cooperating for the Bookstore." T ' The Bookstore workers have more duties than most people 7 realize. They work during periods and after school, repairing' hooks, '. samping hook numhers, taking inventory, checking' hook slips at the - ll activities, lahoratory fees, etc. ,g Students who have worked in the Bookstore this semester are: I he 'inning and end ofthe semester making lists overseein r all su w- 1 C A v 1 es J 1 S l plies and the orders, taking care ot the accounts tor all student Peggy Thompson, Mafalda fialeotti, Louise Young, ,lack Tohin, 1 lfleanor Hadley, Rose l'ariani, fieraldine Coleman, Tris lfairlie, l lfthel Nleehan, l'attie fireen, Sylvia Drake, Nlayhelle Green, 'lanet l Cireen, lVlerrill l.conard, Sarah Lindsey. l Sixty-elulit TWV' AAA4n AAAAAA AAAAA ill' I 'FA V7V Vv'YVVT vi vt vvvvvvvvv Cam if ire Group if - , i llack row: G. Hollinger, R. Shephard, M, Van Loon, V. Wilson, C, llazs-y. D. Grosvenor, J. Graham, K, lvlt-Lauglilin. Middle row: G. Moran, H Adam. C. Salkeld, R. lionhani, E. Tlioinson, It. llerr. :Ii if ll. Phelps, R. Chapman. 31-.131 gg, Sitting: Miss t'oui'tright, E, Hannevig, M. Paulus, M. Krt-llo, M. Milli-i', I. llonse, Miss Markie, G. YUI'l'lllfIlUll, -'gi if Kneeling: R. De Tomasi, M. Ukillvzira, , Phi Kappa bf lll Kappa is the newest cluh to join the circle at lztnialpais. 155.5 This cluh has as its purpose the spreading of friendship among F321 the girls. This is the First cluh of its sort at lam and will benefit the freshmen girls VVl1Oi:Illkl high school atmosphere rather hazy clur- ing their iirst months. The inenihership of the Phi Kappa is limited to fifteen and also to girls in their second year. mls the first fifteen will he Cl12l.l'l'?I'lllClll-A hers the others will he votecl in. By the strict regulations this cluh is one of the most exclusive in school. Miss YYhite is the faculty adviser with -lean Alpern as pfesicientg lfciith Stewart, vice presitlentg l Betty Presly, secretary-treasurer. l Sixty-nine ' V AAAAA4 XAAAVAAAA AAAAAA vvvvawpr as vvvvv Beginning auul l'll6lllt9llli1l'l llauuls Ulll' l'l'llll'lll2ll'y lmamll ul' lu1'I5'-vigglll pluyvrs mallle- ilf llINl Uilllllj ll'Iilll llllIll4'.' ::11p'a:1'u11m-lf all Ills- lflfll l'-flallllmzl Many llllsll' l-'z-wlivul 111141--I' llln zliwll 1-:alle-l'::l1 In ul' Slllfltllll l'Hll1lllt'lIIl'F Nm-l1l:l lltlllllilllj' alllll I'z1l1'14i:l ll4'l!llIl3.Xx1k5. :lull will p:1'l'r-ipaliv in Illlw yvzxrk lfwlivzxl nl Sllll Ilzlfzlm-l llll xlllf li lll ills 4I'l'Ullll pe-llml lnmll Lll'Ullllh 2ll'Y'. llllll- :lllll ple-mul-w Num-3 Q,,.l1llr1u-, lllllll l'Q'lll'l'vI'll, llzxwivt l'lu-lps: uhm- Il. lll'1'lLI wlnriul-I llwlly lll'1lWll. Sum lllll'll'll2ll'll. .lzxm-1 llralllalm, l'z1nl lll'ZlIlll,l4'2lll, xvllllltil .l:lwli:.. l"l'2lll1'lS .lc-xlllins, Xlllylle- Killer-l, Slxlllls-5' Xlzlgillllis, lil-11 Nlzu'uxx'1lz. lfzlilll Nulgvl. llvn N4"lllllllJl'I', Yl'l'll4DIl Nulvlv. Hill Slum-1lp:u'1l. llulrlly 'I'lllll'lllllll. ll:-ll Xian l,l:lm, Klvrallllllll- XXl'llll!'l'llILl. Yivizlll Xhmll, vurln-I :lllml lI'l1llliu'l llln1'i.- l'ol111, llzavizl lfixlll-l. Iiilly Ilallvll. l'lilt'u1'aI lIUXK'1ll'll. Klll'l Malllllm-us, l"l's-u Ml-llullgall. l"1'r-ll Klillurul. l'v!1-1' Silvvirzl, XX'illizm1 vliilfllbf, llillllllll X'11'xl. Xlllu' Ynllzullurmg alltn :ls-:wmv f'1ll'l'lL'l'1N. liis'l1z1l'ml llilsl-ll, llulu-rl UV-ll'll'll3 ll'HlllllllIl'4 l'Nl'ilIlli liuntlc-Ill. .lzwk llznrnvs, l'uul llulliw-r, 'IW-ll Szullulul, H145 muml W4-H hp szlxupllmu-X Imimw-4 .xmlnw-ws, l4'r'u11-'iw limulmn. Ullw Vmllflrx. l':2ll'l llzlrmliln-11 Ilivlx Al1'l.zu'1-ll. llnln-rl l'1'll'l'l0ll. l'v-lv Yirli, Iu:l1'llum ,ln-lx l lflrzlu-, l-.1-v llulw-V1 Klzllwlmlli 1:4-Vrllfsir-ll R11-lulpll Nwlflm. I':ll'lll l'lxlm, l Sl4'Xl1ll'l 'I'llumsnn. Fcxvvra , l .QAAAA VYV' -EVYVVVI v'vv? , M VVYV1 i' V- ' Ji i .JK W" l-" I," - vi px , V7 1 '--gl1ljfi i 5:53 Z:' . f . 1 inf Interinediate and Advanced Bands . Inspiring and loading our rooting: sec-tions in pep and arlion nt thc ,gif football :ind basketball games has been one of the 4-hiuf missions ot' this f,'.3?Pff group tlirougzhont the yeurg it wus one of the leading: featurt-s ot' tho irreul Redwood lliilltway rolebrutioii at the dedit-ntion ot' tho new Redwood llritlgo ' und the opvninz of the Stinson Bench paved highway. 'l'hn-so third poriud band groups include: flute and pircolo Marry Black. Bonnie May, Genevieve Moran, Ruth Woodg oboe Rodney Grit-Lt: hus- , soon Kvnuott Grim-gg clarinet--Al Brundage, Hill Cundriun. Hurry llincr, Paul Evefrsoii. .lainvt Gfilllillll, John Sc'h1'0ude1', Munririn Yun Loon, David ,- .A XVillis, Illl'hl1l'll Zollnvrg rornvt :ind trumpet---.Iohn lievlim-, Rosebud fihlllllllllll, David Fislit-l, Frank Jenkinson, Karl Mutthe-as, Hobby St-lirncl91', .lohn Yolmunoug horn Mural! lioissevnin, George Frelie-3 fl'Ol'llh0ll0'H6-'lllfv' llrnndt. llvtty l're-sley. Richard Smith, Ernest Znrug lniritone--.lac-k Fiske: sousnplioiu- lfrnnk llnufieldi pervussion- Gus FZHIFG. Art Vlfzilil. Gladys XVilson, .Iuinvs Arnistrolipri Saxophones---Nat Aregi-lilo, Al l3l'iil1cla,'J,o, Lillian lirniitlugzf-, lfl'I'l'llil Fllillllllllll. Milton firufr. Frank Fielding, Robert Pvtorzon, Norene Huddur, Dnlv Spaulding, Evelyn XVarrl. 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'l'lit- Ilrania Mn-tit, Iterclnhei' f'0IIilIll?lll'6Yll6Ili. the derdivatinn of the ut-w Marin ' , Junirn' Unllvgv Uynmasiuni, The Senior Play, and many uthvi' niujtn' t-vetuts. 1i Qfi' Also niany ut' its int-inlwrs havel been busy in soln and l'ilklIllill'l' musit- hrnatl' , ' vastiug uvvi' KPO and KFRU. v 'l'hv vntirv nloinhvrsliip is included in the- pvrsmniul ot' tht- Spring Music' . Ifvstivul Sw-umlai'y St-liouls Selet-ted 0I't'he'stl'a of sc-venty-iivv plays-rs giving 7 a tins- prmrratn of svmphunis- tvpe at San iiafavl on May li. , t .zst 1-t ' ' A -'jfi f. Whilt' in i'e-gtilat' ulass work this is a "striin:-wood" vnse-tnhlt'. tlivrv arc "-ivnif, tuany tw:-usimis for whim-h Ilirvctoi' Ernost Owvn acids at brass vlmii' anal svx'v1'z1l 'Anust-gzratluatO" string players ot' symplinnit' mov:-uionts, sniltfs. nvur- tnrvs. autl othvi' hc-aviei' lnusival vmnpositirnis. In this string: antl woodwind ense-nihlv are-: violins .Ivan lircwst0i'. Marin Caltin. 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Ruth it XYoml: r-lariin-t Maurit-ia Van Loon, Ilan- XVillis, Murray Owl-ni sztxupltmn' Ii - Al Iirumlagt-, Todd Won-ins: timpaui- Gus Fauix-, Sum-nt i -t lwruc i - .1 - - A , 4 A - - . - - 32336 'UQ' 1 . 1 ,law f11'1'1112s11'a 'l'111- 11111211 A1111111111i111-1-1s," 11 111-11 S1-11111-111ss11'111 ,11111 111-1111-111.1 11111111 5 111-11111 1111111-s1111l1-11141111111121111 11111 111 1'13ll, 1111111-11 N11' 111111.11 11111-111 1 1111'1-1-111111 'l'111s u1'111111 Ill1'l'1S 11'1-1'1 1l111'11 111-1'i111l 11111111 1Il1l1'1l 11ll11' is S111-111 1 ig I 11-111 111111111 1111 1111- 111':'1111:1-1111-1115 111 1111- x1-11-1-1111115 32 11115 111'11111-sI1'11 11115 1111111- 11111111 11'111'1. 111 111111111111'1Z1- 1111. s1'1111111E 11111511 ff ' 1111111111111-111 I1 111151111111-11 l'111 411111--111 1111111111111 111 51111 11ll1'1l1'1 111:11 S111111111 15 111l1'1l11l .X111'i1 11 11'1lI 111 1'w11I'1 11111!! 1111s 111211111 111111 I111- 111'1-111-s11'11 1111111-11 l'111' 1111- high s111111111 1111 1111'li1' 11 111'11L1'2lI11 '-1.' 11s 2111-11. 1X1111'1I 11111 1-1111111-11 111 V 1111- 1'111l111 11111111-1111 .111 1-11111'si1111 111 51111-11111-x 1.1 1111111111-11 11'111-1'1- 1111-1' 11111 W 11.11 111 1111- 11111-1'11111111 .11 1111- 1111l11I11' 111gI1 111111 11111'111Ll 1111- 1-1'1-111111 L11 1111- ' ' 512111 '1'111-:111'1-. 111111-s 11111'1- 11111-11 -11-1 1111'1-11g.1u1-111111115111 N11l1'11I .111111111' 1'111 I 11L11'1I1111l1l S2111 11111'1I4'1 1' '1 11115 :1'111111 1111s 11111111-11 I11 111- 11111- 11l 1111- 1111151 111'111111s111:1 '11111111'i11I .1i11N 111 1111 X1-1111111 '11 1111-1 11111'1- 1111'111-11 1111-1' 111111'1- 1111111 1111'1'1' 1111111111-11 111111111 111 1111- 5111111111 11'1'i1ilI1'1. 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Over station KFIUT, on April 16, several strings were offered for thu radio uiiclieiivu, among them were: "False P1'o1iliet," Msillllllbhu "Gloria Pllfl'l," and "Slave Song." The senii-zuiiiiizil cliorul progruin was given in May. Thi-re were two parts, "Iii Woodland," and HAIIl0l'll'2Lll Ode." A mixed 1-linrus t-oiisisting .f of one liiiiidretl voires from the Girls' Glee, Boys' Glee, 111141 Freslimen vlmriis W, rendered the selections. il' ,I 'ft The semi-11111111211 t-hurztl lll'UHl'2lll1 for the fall was UCilI'1lV2lll." The Illfhllllli-'l'S of the Girls' Give ure: lirst Soprano, ll. Arvher, IJ. llziiley, M. C'r1t1ser, S. Lindsey, M. 1'l'2lllll'l', M. ll2U'lllll'll, IJ. xvlsillllilll. Second sopmiin, A. Avery, IJ. Fields, IJ. Mm-rritl, ll. Rztylmurii, ll. Roy, IJ. Spinolu, Alto, H. Iluley, Ii, llesser, C. llurt und li. Ilinclsey. Al l Y Seventy-five W L VT AAAAAA LA QAAVAAAAA AAAAAAEAW YVYvvJU'u9b262Vc4tvv v v l'Hl. ' l'1Xl j l'nrnI Vieiglitnn .lnles f'il0lll'I'l' lkurlmrn l'mirtt'if:Iit 5 ' The Pan ' 1 Nli nf the higgest ztehieveinents uf the senior elzxss is the win- pletinn of the l':ti, the reenrti nt till sehntil exenis fur the P' i' yezir, ,Xs ineinhers nf the senior elzzss we Lire inore zihle tn P treature this hunk highly :is it is written gihuut :ind hy us, anti printed hy senior tr:-,'nihe1's nf the printing depztrtnient. During our freshmen year few of ns htmught the l':1i nts we tiiti not regtlive its xatlue, hut the few thztt tiitl mnt' cherish the hunk, :is f it tells :tn zieeuratte story of their first yegtr in sehtiwi. .Ks yeztrs gn fflizg lt hy we were niure aihle to grasp the signihezinee of its inetining. Qgilzf J .25 QI ln this ginnuztl nt 19,32 the itiezi wats to curry out gin lntiitni ti-'sign with the sehnnl euhws pretiuniinztting. We hope the itiezt wats eztrrieti tint sueeessfulli. In this vnlunie new eluhs hgtxe heen attitieti :uni new iiiiitnzttioiis stztrteti. ilihe ztnnnztl is divitieti intfi tixe seef titmns: ilihe Selnml, c7I'g1lHi!l1filJIlS, .Xetix ities, Xthieties, ztnti Iltnntmr. lfrtnn the writing nf the fnrewturti tn the Iztst page tif ztekimwietig- 17 ments niztni tizns nf hard lzthnr have heen spent. lf this hunk is at stieeess, nn tune person eiin he given eretiit, :ts fi it ttink k'll0V'L'l'l1flUI1 tn etnnplete this htmk. VX itnnnt the Lnti nt Mr. t .Iuies Lhtni-'re, who gztve his perstinztl time tu the supervising of the printing, the Aitlllflllliiifif :ind siiles stuff, :tnti the printing Classes, Y YYY the Pan wtnihi he worthless, XX ithont the excellent phtmttigrztphx of I Mr. Ciihsnn of BL'I'iiL'iL'f,I1IlL'i the New Nlethtmti l'ingrzuing ennipztny tnr its tiesigns qtnti Cuts, the puhhezttitni nt this hunk wnuhi he nnptissilile. Sexy ntx sis 1 ::::9fEi'1fE:x: vQ2ffQgj?.-::::. M5 X 1 fin Standing: G. Szissn, H. Fowells. R. Sthrier, H. Kwntv, IS. Batrttni. A. Nt-wninn, L. Seaman. Sitting: J. Chourre, .I. Veavh, H. Cnnrtright, KT. twviglitmn, S. In-ntirt-gniwl, A. Ccniley. A. St-hwerin, .I. Mclimvn, Sitting front row: F. Martin. H, Creighton. 0. Thnmns. ti. Slllllll1'lll. . M. XVebsteei'. ,ff - W ' 552 The Pal Staff i 53 ' ICDITOR .. .. Cz1rolCrcighton ' ASSIS'l'.'XN'l' EDITOR -Innc Chourrc BUSINESS MANAGER . Bzzrlxtrzt Courtright .-XSSlS'I'AN'I' BUSINESS MAN.XGICR Bcrnnrd Kwntc I. DIS'1'RIBU'I'ION IWANAGER lfrcd Martin I7fXCUI,TY ADVISER . . .. . Ilulcs Chuurrc Vggitlfahl JOL'RN.XI.IS'I'IC S'l',-Xl-nil' if .luztnitzt Yczich, Hugh Ifowclls, Mcrvin Wvclvstcr, Robert Schricr, Cicorgc Stutzmzm. 1 SALES S'1'.xi-'lf ! if ,lcun Mcliown, Audrcy Schwcrin, A-Xnnnlwcllc Conley, Sully Bcuurc- - -' gurd, Bernard Barton, Otho Thonins, Fred Mxzrrin, Bill Dixon, Bob Crcighton, Bill lfrzznchini, :Xlfrcd Newman. 'il .X R'1' S'1uxi-'I-' gt Lilliztn Scztmztn, Gwen Szlsso. 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The Lttttttgtl t'-vttwgt'1txttt't- wats ptthlishctl tm Octtilict' RH, with pictttrcs tml' thq st-html, thc NIVXYS, fmmthztll, ztml hztskcthztll. 'lihc liztHlict't'y ttlitioti tttttit- tmttt with tht- st.tt'tlittg hcattllitics TURN UFO lII'I'S 'IVX N1 lilllltlllljtl ptctw-xx tht- frtttit pztgt-. Bttmtius ttf tht' lm-tiistti of sttttlt-tits fillctl tht- tutpt-t', :tml tht- ttsttttl tttltltvitl scctititt illttstrzttctl 'IEW' tt ,J If ,l' , :ill tht- scztmlztl of tht tt-rttt. ilihis wgts :tit fight pztgt- ttllztir, thu in litrttcwt Rztff pllt tmttt :tt lztttt. ' 'lihtt ttwttztl tlt-p:tt'tttit-tttx ttl thy plllift' weft' mtttltttttt-tl, with thc :ttltlititmtt of tt twtlttttitt tml jttkt-5, lwright ttrttckw, :tml pt-m-mtl itcms, writtcti hy litwtltttt Stttith. lht- 'hlititlztf' ttilttttttt was ptipttlztt' with ztll tht- t't':1tlt't's. "lit-t-tw it ttmlt-t' your l'ltttpt't-as l'ittgt'ttit"' wits :tlstt ptrtwttlztr. llvzttt trtwtthlts tif wttt.lt-tits wctx- ith-t-tl itt l,ytli1t l,m clttrtils It-rm-5, :tml their attitttts trtwtthlt-s :tml stlggcstitmtts :thtittt tht- sclwtml it-it tttt ttfgltt X ' t , l t t If tt 'l l. tx., l, ll e if I1 AAAAlA Q , AAAA vvvvvv'vvvvvTt!!4vL xvvvvvv Standing: Mr. Waterman, H. Fowells, R, Sehrier, H. Str-rm-. M, Webster, B. Kwatv. Sitting: .I. Thompson, B, Livingston, lil. Hai'i'ini.:ton, J. Green, M. .Innes J. Chourre, E. Honeyman, .l. Hiehards. Sitting front row: G. Stutznian, I., Seaman, G, Smith, .I. Neff. Tamalpais News were printed in the VVarwhoop section. The XYarwhoop hrought about several Ureformsv and has always proved popular. The staff of the fall semester NHXYS Was composed of ,lane Chourre, -lames Neff, Betty Livingston, Hugh Powells, .lanet Cireen, Elizabeth Harrington, Cyril Mills, Ted Hartwell, ,lean Richards, Rohert Schrifr, Lillian Seaman, Gordon Smith, Virginia Stewart, George Stutzman, .lack Thehaut, and M. XYehster. The staff for the second semester consisted of practically the same people, with the exception of Cyril Mills, Ted Hartwell, and -lack Thehaut, and the addition of Evelyn Honeyman, Meryl jones, Hunter Sterne, and Josephine Thompson. The staff cartoonists were Bernard Kwate and Lillian Seaman. The editor would like to thank the print shop gang, without whose help and excellent work the NICXYS could not he, Leavitt Baker, who niade most of the photographs used in the paper, and the linotypists, Holi Prather, Anthony Soldayini, Boh Candrian, George May and John Schroeder. Seventy-nine +,l EIIIYIIIIIES H fl kAAAAAA AAAAA vvvmrggvvvvvvy v 6 VVVVVVVVVV Senior Pla THIS year's Senior Play, "Her Step-Husband,', by Larry Johnson, was declared by those who saw it one of the funniest and best-produced Senior Plays ever given at Tam. Advance notices which had guaranteed "livery line a side-splitter," and "Come and laugh away the depression blues" certainly proved to be correct statements. The play was a clever, fast-moving farce, with many amusing complications due to the romantic ideas of Mary, the heroine. A kidnapped baby, a Misa iii vein-1 Smith "temporary" husband, borrowed curtains, stolen silverware, a new butler, and a broken engagement are a few of the items which involved humorous situations. The whole cast did excellent work. lVlary lVlarshall, the young wife who wanted to impress a visiting aunt, and could always "hx things up," was admirably played by Lillian Seaman. An equally good performanc: was given by Ifvelyn Honeyman, in the part of the tough maid with kindly feelings toward the new butler. Gwen Sasso was sfern and uncompromising as Miss limily Paisley, Mary's rich aunt, who really knew more than anyone suspected. The parts of the permanent husband who consented to play butler for one evening, and the husband pro tem, who made several mis-steps, were played by David Xvyckoif and -lames Neff, respectively. Sylvia, lVlary's resourceful and obliging friend ljean Richardsl, lflorence, a disappointed fiancee lilVIarianne Fversonl, and Oliicer Shea, the Irish cop lBill Ffrskinel were all cleverly interpreted. The audience was surprised at the way Martini Howard took the part of I,impy Lannigan, an ex-convict! Ii, Pearl Smith directed the play. Various school departments cooperated in the successful pre- senta'ion of "Her Step-Husband." The Production Staff included: Prompter and Assistant to Director, Juanita Veachg Stage Nlanarfers, Mr. Akin. Charles Ferrario, Elinor Stanton, Assistants. VVilla'd Hachns. George Friman, Advertising, Mr. -lacka, lack Gunnison. and 'he Advertising Committee, Lighting, Mr. Scott, la-onard Eighty-three K- AAAAAA AA4n4A,AA AAAAAAAQAWL. VVVV Yvvv v Senior lfluy XYessell, Holi lN'lel.:ireng lSlier5, Big 'li Ciirlsi Printing, Mr. Clmnrre :ind the Printing Claissesg Music, Mr. lf. L. Owen, Murray Owen, and the .Xdxnnced Oreliestrzi. 'lilie fiirniture was nlwriiined rlirnugli tlie cmirtesy nf Xelsnnk l"urniture Cmiipgiiiy, in Sgin Xnselnin. Twenty -six sei1iursr1'ied out fnr the Senior 1'l1iyrnisye1ii-. 'llie , LHS! was Llmsen eiirly in Velirnairy, :ind reliezirsails went on for the 1 next eight weeks, lintli during regular class time :ind after selinnl. A' ' 'lickela were wld lwi nieniliers nf the senior class, lixe lweing given tn ezieli lnw weninr, llllxl ten tn everyniie wlin wzis rn grziduzite in ilune. .lziek Cinnniwn wzia in ulinrge nf the posters placed in the nigiin 3 lizill the week liefnre the play, which gave lines from egieli elizirzicrer. :X few slinrt liits nf rlie plan xx ere presented in student lindy meeting uf .-Xpril l5. ii .-1 J., l .5:-. N-rr .: 7 ri lwglxtxvlinii - 4444lE4ml 444444 A9 lAAAA n 'I' In Standing: IC. Meyers. M. Howard. W. Glalln. J. Ricllards. C. Mc-l41Iroy. B. Dixon, Sitting: J.llll0l1I'l'l',fl.S1lSSO. I,,Sean1an.P. Abdullah, K, Pease. J. Ilrnindlay, Q53 HIC annual Triangular Drama Meet, in which San Rafael, Sonoma, anti 'lamalpais participatecl, was helcl last fall, anti ' ' declared one of the best ever given. Tamalpais presented Booth 'l'arking'ton's "The 'lrysting Place,', Sonoma gave "The High lleartf' anti '1Confessional" VV2lS ogered by San Rafael. On October 23 the plays were given at Tamalpais, and the cast for the Wlihe Trysting Placel' was as follows: Mrs. Briggs, I, Ciuinevere Sassog Mrs. Curtis, Pam Abdullah, Jessie Briggs, Lillian Seaman, Lancelot Briggs, Fugene Meyer, Rupert Smith, Bill i Dixon, Nlr. Ingoldsby, ,lack Gunnison. A short dance, with music 1 by the new scnool jazz orchestra, followed the presentation of the plays at illamalpais. ln Sonoma, on October 27, Charlotte Mclflroy played Mrs. Briggs, .Iune Brumblay was Mrs. Curtis, and Katherine Pease was , Jessie. ,lean Richards, YYinifretl filahn, and .lane Chourre took -I the parts of Mrs. Briggs, Mrs. Curtis, and tlessie, respectively, in . San Rafael on October 29. Eighty-live ,Q lk- A. me. .4-a im. '- A t A. A L ,ima 'VV'V'VV"v1'::Wvfw Vv'Yv'vvvYv 'W Q, .L II.IIIIIIII- I: .XIIIIIIII-II XI XXIIXIIII I- N'III'III II 1III'IfII-II--I-II, I1 I'III.IlI'I:III. WIIIII III., I .X ,XVI-III. 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Ice-cream, cake, and candy were then served in the cafeteria, and later the girls returned to the .-Xssemhly Hall to clance. Music was furnished lay the school jazz orchestra. The program consisted of tap dances hy .Xnnalvelle Conley, :Y fi Nellie Stoltz, and Ora lYendt, a skaters' waltz hy Nlarguerite .,l-2250255 l'aulus and Dot Nlonoogan, "l3inah,,' sung hy Mary Ann lfverson 1235" and lVlargaret Auhuchong a humorous skit hy .Xuclrey Schwerin and Zelma Rafael, and "The Valentine Shop," which was presented hy the Selwon and .Xclahi Campfire groups. Eighty-seven AAAAAA A 4444434345 nu . ll Y : W! tv A I- u .H , .flbl A ffm Y ' l F Fw ,Jr II 4 - VV VYVVVVVVVVVVVVVTVTVYTY L '1 School Qalendar 4 f wr 1 ' AUc9Us1 in "Oh, are you still h'-re3 aren't the serubs scrubbier than last . E year? lsn't the new building keenFl' .xUc:UsT 17 'f.,finj5f' N Freshmen boys given hazing before the student body meeting-5 V girls given party in assembly. 255 15? aUoUs'1'2s First football game, Sacred Heart vs. Tznn, too bad, I3-ll defeat. I SI"ll'TI4llVlBI'lR 4 37 new G. A. A. members initiated. SIi1P'1'EMBIiR 11 Indian Papooses hand Sacred Heart a 1.3-fl defeat. Captain lilmo Petterle starring. SE1"I'EMBFR 16 Soccer team beaten in good game by Commerce bv score of .3 to zero. SHPTHIVIBICR 18 Indian Babes hold St. Ignatius to scoreless tie. SI+lPTRMB1'IR 26 Those egg men from Petaluma were lucky to walk home with -,3 3, another egg in their pocket only this happened to be a goose egg. Result of football game, Tam U, Petaluma U. y sh11Y1'b1MB1s:R 30 ':?5f"'5,'i' Fanchon and Marco idea submitted to students for program. ' . V New jazz band given oflicial Welcome. OCTOBER 3 First Varsity football victory, good old Tam scored I9 points against LiClc's zero. sig OCTOBER 19 "Ship Ahoy, all hands on deck." .lust another line Girls' linx li is the verdict of the audience. I i Eighty-nil A AAA.. 4' i.l?ti3qQApAAtAAAA4.4i'xVL44A- k, A H H X4 IV if ,I- Alif Af- w L Y ' w QU., x ,4n4e4JEEikEil4nAL4x4n4n , Annnutwhui vvvvylvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvVvvvvi il E School Calonclzuf OCTOBICR 23 01,11 Paloma Czlniptire Ciirlsn give program, zintl yzirsity trxivfrls to Santa Rosa to lose by score of 213 to U. Q Q, oeronuksu V ',-' - - just another 6-6 Llenelloelc W hen We even outplziyetl Sun R1lf2lCl. 'ggi NoyuMBuR7 Lightweights smother our northern rivals by nm ISM victory to win league title. NOYEMBICR 13 "Black Hand holds pzirty, or to ye students, the tenuliers frolie about. IJICCISMBIQIIQ 9 Oral Expression banquet. l,illiz1n Crug receives prize for best speech. ogg? DHCHMBHRII liveryone rzizzell by that insignificant group culled "'l'he News 5 nHeuMBuR17 Sgventy-six seniors, leave our midst to face the cruel world. 5, 35: JANUARY 6 Whho ever heard of opening school on 11 XhlL'LlIlCSLlllyE ISU new students enrolled. ?f7 jANUARY1+ 'U ' l':1i Stall picked, only 650 to be printetl, get yours early. JANUARY Z2 Varsity Bzisketeers defeat Vallejo .Xpziches 28-26. JANUARY 28 I Seventy eight Honor T members initiated. l Ninety - Fla-Hi -'A-A-nmm .-mfA-AA-Hamm YVYYVV vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvlmv St-lmol Calenmlzu' ll .IfxNl'.XRY Z9 A Yg11'sltytlcfuz1lsliulltlogstl 3.3. l.lll's losc ln one xligit, Ss-HL luring ll-22. IJiBRlHXRN'5 ,j f lntcrmctlizuc Orcltcstrxx plays owl' lilflil' untlct' lVlz'. Nlurrzn V Owcn's SLl1WCI'YlSlUI1. vnBRtuuzY1o 22? Hulltlogszlgaunticfczltcallwy,l':un'sqLuntctl1y lil-1+ score. 'llnn tical for Hfst plum in scctionul honors. l"lfBRl'.XRY 26 Suu Suluts u,ll1lI1lZIlSL'L'U l1lllIlCl!Ukl. lVI.'XRL'lI 3 'llznnstcrs ulcfcan Marin -Iunior College in ll ltot lmsclmll gznnc ln' thc score of 5fl. ' M .tx R611 4 -f Xztrsvy lmskctlwztll tczun wlns North Han' lmzxuuc C.l1:unpionslnp fig ill-YCI' Llulistogzx 32-25. MARCHIH I Short tlrcsscs, long curls, sticky suckcrs, zur thc fuzlturcs of Bully Daly. 3 Mxucuzn sin? Sen Scouts venture out of Sausalito lmrlmor to Yzlllcjo. lhc . 1 , . , . , t good sln w ' l1lIll1llSL'C, 5L'I'l'Ul'INIllS.1 I1UTZllWlX'. f l L L . I MNRCILH N lrzlclc Myst, lznn tlcfcnts nlunun. :Xl'Rll. l 1 :Xpril lfoolls tlzty' plus ll In' for Nlr. XX'L'IIklCI'll1g'S lwoys gtftt-r fl i innings of hzml lmsclwull. :X PRII, 2 Divot Diggers engage in lmttlc with Pctztlumtt. N nt-rx-1 V77 exit?-:::::ii11faeezx-.::x: School Calendar APRIL 8 Roman Banquet. AI. APRIL 9 Tam carries home Lowell Relays Trophy for Class B track , 'jf events. APRIL 15 "Her Step Husband" presented by the Senior class. APRIL 19 VVith the Tam pitchers chucking shut-out ball, the team easily defeated Petaluma I6-0. APRIL 20 lflower show and a second place for 'fam in High Schools exhibit. APRIL 22 'A Track meet with San Rafael. ,--gifgf, APRIL 27 Parents' Night. MAY 13 ,I Circus, oh boy, oh boy. IVIAY 20 Mothers' Tea, George VVashington theme predominating. MAY 26 Senior picnic and did we have fun? MAY 27 l .5 Girls' Association holds annual frolic in the nature of a picnic. JUN Ii 2 Graduation. "Is I blue?" 4 JUNE 3 iz Senior Ball, too bad We have to leave. The question is will we Q be missed? I Nin cry-thrcc l I im i 1, . tgtftlE...--A- M., WEgLL1.v,..v..r aw ' -.,.,... "alle -112 i a 'l'op1'owZ P. DuBois, D. Painter. W, flklllllfiilll, G. Mzielloiiuld, .I. ii, Smith, li. H21l'IlillfJ,, B, Pixley, D. Kane. Si-eoml row: Mgr. S. Holden, W. Murphy, G, Meyer. R. Ilowinzin, H. Kessler, ld. Baxter, J. Mae Donald. li. Prntlier. 'll1Ii'd1'ow2 T.'l'z1wlls,G. Riehl, M. Howard, R. Jordan, F. Martin, .I. Gunnison, ' A, Omli, P. Solon, T. Hai'twell. .Q l"1llll'lll row: ti Donaldson, J. Thebaut, J. Smith. W. H1ll'llllS, K. Klt-nz, C. 4515513322 Taylrng E. White, J. Lundy, A. Wright, ""-1:1 3:2 Varsity Football .'XRSl'l'Y football practice started at Tam with one of the largest turnouts for several years, about forty prospective players signing up. The return of such men as jimmy 1 Smith, Roy Bowman, George Riehl, Cy Donaldson, I"reCl Martin, i and Barlieq Kessler, mainstays of the 19311 squad, gave promise of a good season, and several thirties stars who went up to the Varsity gave a calilier of material such as haul not reported at 'liamalpais High School for many years. ,-Xfter an unsuccessful series of practice games, in which neither - Z defense nor offense functionecl Well, Coach Langdon made :1 shake- ! up in the squad, shitting several positions and teaching new playa, 1' the result was a distinct improvement, shown hy the final score of . the I,iekfKYilinerding game. i Ninety-seven AAAAA. A AAAEEUQIT.-Tm-EAAAL. VVvvvTvv99v5v'vvvvvvvv vmugrvvvk 4? U Y x'ill'SllXV l'uul,lmll t I'11kt-11 on thc whwlc, thc scztstm, lmth l3I'IlCflL'L' .mtl lcztguc, wus nut .tn tuutstztmhng sucogss. Twu It-ttgut' :md thrcu plituticc gzxmcs were lust, with two tit-s :md TWO wins st'tmrctttht1'h1gtht' scztsml. p I xvxtmxts 1? fh-xt 1:1511 IIICXICI' ll In thc hrst gmut' of thc IVXI sgztstm, thc -I ' 'Wightin' Irish" plowed thrtmugh tht- wcztk 'liztm ' ' 1 IIIIC to win hy at Yilfhtl' mac-sittcd st'w1'c. '5 4 I... I . , .-H , I smug hw scpztrzltt tcntms kiLll'1IlQ thc gums, whiz thc crtttrc crllllltlh squad trmtnccd Iztm 111 :mother ' tmc-sidcd tilt. 1' P . uwltlu ll lT11lI'kL'Li lINPI'IJXL'lHlJl1f LIffCY'1l Cain- V I . . I I U I mul' thc Multi 1:1 at sunwlcss ttc mth tht- lmggntcn. 5 Ltmth lnrtgthm h ul nwztth' st-xt.-ntl vhzmgcs in lint- M up pusititnms, :md thc rvstllting tt-:tm wtm1'kt'tl wt-H ttvgcthcr. I xN1xIl'XIs IU- fl,ttKXX11w111rtmstp li F u - tt 'z ww' L s 's x' ht- sms-111, :ts zm !It1pI'tJX'L'I11l,'I1I wus shtrwn, X LNPCCILIIIF 1:1 the t5T'L'llklIIg up wt tht' I,1t'k IlL'I'lIll ill Iztck. N mt rx I tight EW 1l4lGx4444444444 44444 vvTw9L vvVv1 .3 A. '31 df. ffl PAUL Du Boss gui :gs Varsity Football 'l'ixwixi.1-xls lliX,-xl-.x 6 ln the first league game, featured by long runs and much kicking, Tarn went down to a close defeat at the hands of Napa. 'l'he Indians seemed unable to get started until the end of the game was near, when they pushed as far as the Napa 16- yard line, only to lose possession of the ball on an ' intercepted pass. ill.-X'NIAI,I'.XlS I9-451. llr:i.icN,x H ."'3:-all 152' .....,, - .gp af: :ii I I. l 'faking advantage of the Weight and slowness of the Northerners, the Indians trampled St. Helena into the A-Xlmonte mud in a decisive victory, evening the league standing. The lopsidedness of the score attorded Coach Langdon an opportunity to see what his second string could do in the way of playing football. ill.-XXlAI.I'.-XIS ll-5.-xN'1'.x Ros.-x Z0 Un the football eve of the Big flame, Tamal- pais met a nut that was hard to crack. Playing on a slick turf, 'llam fumbled and slipped to a one- sided loss to Santa Rosa, reputed to have had the fastest, trickiest, and heaviest team in the North Bay League. T,xM1xi,i-.-its 61S.KN RAIFAICI. 6 The biggest grid event of the year in Marin Ninety-nine 1-121 AAAAAAA4-.AA'4AAAAAAAAAA3A1Lk 1 vvvvJU'u9t262VcQlvvv'v E G eo. 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Sulkeld, U, 'l'hnx'tnn, Ii. fil'2lllflflK'illl, A. Smith, R. lilUI'0ll0llSl', J. lN'l"l'1llll'l'. l'. Cooke. .Q A '1'hi1'r1 row: G. Finn, II. Lune, K. Hilrlerbrandt, W, f'0l'll0l'il, B. Fleming. l'. .4112 Van lmnn, P. Silvera, A. Mownw. R, Greig. FUlll'lll rnw: H. Iinvelt, A. Smith. A. Campilli. F. Hllvgle, li. IH-'Ile-rls-. I", "iff - I i Alrnitugzuii, J. Chourre, B. Breeding, .I. Mui-Ai'tlini'. Lightweight Football HIC Lightweights, couched by Palmer and Benehehl won their ' third title in four years. Playing stellar fuurhzill flifllllglillllf , the season, they captured the title by defeating Sun Rafael in the lust game of the seuaon, the game that decided the ehumpiunship. '- The tezim was Cztptziined hy Elmo Petierle, with the regulars consisting uf: lltterle,Anderson,Cnmpini,1.z1rkin,Vz1n Loon, Smith and Silveriu,li:1CkfielCl5 Corduu and Ciosser, centerg XYeleh, lfrimiin, and llzxvielsnii, guzirds3 Long, lluegle, Guerin, tncklesg Sherinzin, Bzirsugliu and lngrzim, ends. Other men who saw service Were: Beringer, De lfrzince, lfinn, Flemming, lfishel, Cirzindjezin, Huwzird, Harrison, Hurst, Morro, Nlorehouse, Neii, Schmidt, Szilkehi, 'I'horntmi, Younger and Simmons. 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Taxi 6--A Nam' 6 "One tough gained' featured hy a hectic fourth quarter, termi- nated the unscored-on record of the Indians, and snatched xietory from their very hands when the final gun ended Tam's second touchdown drive, just three yards short of victory. The first three quarters were fairly even, hoth teams playing a "heads up" game. Analy advanced the hall to Tam's 20-yard stripe on line plays and then passed over the goal line for a touchdown. The conversion fail- ed. The following kick-off was downed on the 20-yard line of Tam. Three first downs, a 25-yard pass and a penalty put the leather on gXnaly,s 3-yard line and Yan l,oon hucked it over for the score. TAM 20-S,xN'1zx Rosa U A game that ended almost in a riot, and one that Coach Pal- m'r used almost the whole squad of reserves decisively defeated the Panthers. The strong Tamalpais team pushed two scores across in the second quarter and one in the last period. The three tries for converts were passes, two of them heing completed. TAM 6-NAPA 0 Playing' on a field so slick that the hall had to he coated with rosin every few minutes, the Red and Blue team again won a victory, hut not without affort. Tam scored after a series of first downs and a penalty. The conversion failed. TAM 18-SAN Rav,-xiii. 0 Going into the game decided "l'nderdogs," th ' lndians deci- sivelv defeated the ancient rival, and incidentally, won the North Bay League Championship. Tam scored once in the second quarter and twice in the last period, and, according to statistics, completely outplayed the Red and VVhite team. One hundred th ree AAAA4 AAA Www me L. ,WW I-- E 1 1 . P STZLIIIHIILZI Mun: .X Iinl:--rlwn, XY. lmxxm-1's. IC Smih-5, .I. lA1111nI5. IP Rams-. NIV .Xmlm-xxf KH-1'li119L: l'. lIwl1:lIciQ:n-. U Tllfrluzas. ll l'I'I'I'.X. H l"l'21ll4IIi!1i. I" Mzlrllll. Y, .Xmlvx'su11, VV -"1 P- 'I' 'ily II Lllbl X X15 xt cl N I . A 6.-. 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In rhp ' Pl'llk'flL'L' 5L',lSlPH, lam mm-Q1 1 lf' pmuw In 1hc1t'1ypp1n1c11rs I 15, Bill "'I'1lIlk'f1il1i, whw was QIILIIIQLW! fxmm guurd mf Int ya-:xr In fuI'W11i'd rhif sfqilwm, NL,l7Y4L'Li I4-V1 1M1h!Iw fh"lDllglJ1t1llf IhL'NL'.xxny15 IH-3-1-5 ' Sbfllllxi, with Tig Xml-1-W11, 'lg l7mmhiw:1, :lg x'l1lI'YiI1, 44g :md IhUII1.15,,W. lm thu In-Lzhguv ginhw I'I'.llILLhI!II wmm-J Tig Xmh-rwrx, l Om- lml1.1rL-J twux' EAQAAAAAAA , AAAAA vvvvvvvvvvvzltl-'kv v vvvvvvv Bill Franehini Mr. Andrews Fred Martin Varsity Basketball 3-I-5 Martin, 335 '1'homas, 265 Donaldson, 235 and Perry, ll. ilihe digits for the league for Tam are 2-I-6 and opponents 207, which made the total for Tam throughout the season 356 to the opponents' 3-PZ. On january 15, after Chueking snow halls on the mountain, the team heat Vallejo Apaches by a 28 to 26 score. The lamites had an "oft night" hut managed to keep a good margin over their opponents until they staged a rally in the last part of the fourth quarter. One week later Napa handed them a .W-ZH defeat. :Xt the ends of the first, sfeond, and third quarters the seore was tied, laut Hunt, the Purple and Orange Center, raised the ten points for his team. lfranehini was high point man for Tam with 12 points. 'lihe first San Rafael game, played at San Rafael, resulted in a close 35-33 victory. "Oats" Thomas, with 13 points, Bill lfranehini, with 12, and good teamwork were the features for the night. On lfeluruary Sth the return game with Vallejo was played at Vallejo and they were heaten easily hy a 34 to lil score. Through- out the game Coach Andrews tried different comhinations, and at the finish of the game, Smiley, Lundy, Powers, and Don Kane, Une hundred five AAAAA AAAAAAQQATQAAAL vvvvv Tfvix iv5rv?:ev!-vvvv V "Outs" 'l'I11111111s ll11I I'1-1'1'y Y4'l'll .X111l1-1:41111 Vp' l1111111l1ls1111 VilI'SllX' liuslwllnlll 'lgw' 11 . I 4 . 1' . E I .1ss1w111l lv, "Ours" 'l'l11111111s, XYLTL' Nrill gllllllllg 1111 1l1u .X11111'l1ca. 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'lllw 11111111' w11s 11l111'c1l 1111 1l1c li 4 Q 1' 5Illl ll:1111,-l 1'11111'1 11111l Hill l91'11111'l11111 11115 l11gl1 11111111 1111111 with ll V' lk- 11111111s. 1 l',l'lL'.'I1KL's1:1lll11gL1111lIl1cK1111WlL'1lg1,'11l x1'111'li111g1l1Ql111ll 11111151 ll 1l11' l111sk11, k1'111 Il11,' L':1l1w111g11 11111111 111 Lkkllhllllll' fL'llIA' 111 111111'a l 1 Lf11l1w111g11 1'1'c111 1111 XYlflllll .1 111-l1l g11:1l 111' 1l11' lIlLll1lIlN1 X11111-, l1111 111 1l11- lllllll gklll lllllll W1111 11'11l111.l5 1113.5 511111-1-, XX'lIlIllllij Il11' X111'1l1 B111 l,L'L1QLlL' 1'l1111111111111s:1111 1111' 1l11- s1l11111l. I 1 11111 l111111l11xl xzx 1 I :TAAAAAA4AA4A A AAAA . Q Q vvvvggvvvvvzlgllyvlaiiv , vvvvvvw l -.' W-, Ii lff. l Slilllflillflfi Mr, Potts, J. Tonda, R. Salkeld, B. Creighton, E. Berg, lil. Turner, Mgr, 0. Hurst. Iillt'l'llllJ.ff lil. Koenig. H. Bfillldl, A. Newman, F, Al't'lIf.It'l', IS. Mora-houst S. Holden, S. Simmons. 1 1' B k I ll ag 30 as et Ja . -...I '-:ggi .3- '-' 17 , ' HIS year the 130 team are not looking for alibies due to a poor season, but were rather unfortunate in meeting superior com- petition, more so this year than in other years. The other schools in the league had good material for teams, Vallejo the best, with a N team that defeated their own Varsity every night in scrimmage. Mr.l'otts was not able to be with the boys during their practice season, because of sickness, but was able to take the team l " through the league games. During his illness, Mr. YVenclering coached the team. H The first practice games startecl on November 20, and 'fam v ' won two out of their five games. -I' Iihe league games were all lost, Nalle-to being their worst N 'N rivals, and San Rafael, the closest. In both San Rafael games, the One hundred seven MA'-Mnnff-sf: An f--M-EQ vvvvvv vv99v5rv'vvvvvvvvvgIgvvv Y SE Flip I'uIIS I"1-Vmiii .Xl'--:gm-I' 1230 HQISIQPIIILIII Iirh' ima lim hy the Licrcriiiiiiiiig fzictiii' of imc point. W . i I-urmiii .Xr'cggci' Wm thu wily mic in-it Trmii Inst XL'1l1',S tuzmi, iiuc In thi: 1uiX:ll1L'L'I1iL'l1f ui swim: To the XLIINU llllki gI':uiLlzLI1uii. i Brzimit ami X4-wmniii rim fiwzii thc ll!! team nlmig with Xrcggcrg ' 'l'iimiLi, Iwi iinwiif, Nlwuhwiisc, Licigiiriiii, gimi Sziikchi warn- :ww L'l'INL'I'5 fu thu rugiiiig :uid 'liuriici' zimi Kwciiig had uxpcriuiicu on thc: , V - .9 I I Ill' tuiiii Thu yuii' hcfuru. .1 12.3 'lihu thrcc high smi'uz's fur thc tczzm wcrc Xrcggcr, Hitimh, ami iliiiiiizi, with SS, 45, and .Tl I'L'5PCL'fiYLfi5. iii thcir six gzuiica git hmm' and Tim- trxucliiig, thcy miiui 117+ , ii-wiiirs to rhcir mmppuiiciits' 273. iff, 1. I Ou-lu1iiJim'riuiH 4v.SiEE3C333iil?iiQ32 ' 'IAM' 111 77771 1 ..n 4 Q Standing: Mr. Potts, F. Sloinan, F, Hilton, F, Aregger, A. Newman, E. Fry. tl, Slulzman. Kneeling: R. Alirvns, H. Hrainlt, 111. Tnrncr, G. Lewis, .1, Mullin, 6 k. 120 Basketball :. , . . 1 ffji g-. H15 year due to the lack of material and losing of several good 1 Q13 is known as a had season. men hy the weigh-in, the 120 haskethall team suffered what The practice games were all victories. After the loss of two valuable men, the team took third place D in the league, hy winning one game and losing two. They lost to bt. Helena, hy a close 22 to 211 score, and to Napa with a 211 to 25 'Iggy tally, hut heat the old rivals from San Rafael in their last game 'E' hy a score of 18 to 15. Coach Potts was forced to give up coaching due to sickness, which was also hard for the team, and lVlr. .flndrews took his place while he was sick. They heat San Rafael twice in practice games hy the scores of i 17 to 1.1 and 29 to Z-1. They also played St. james from the city 11 and heat them hy a close score of 18 to 16. One hundred-nine vvvvv 9v'v5v9vvvvv vvv gvvv ""uf-Qig-.N U :M A V., S 0 i 32 -5 l L. ,H Sl.zntIinu: if l"vi'i'z11'in. . f'i't-iulilnii, li. Lung, B. Fiwiiivliiiii. Vuzwli Wen- tlvr'i1u. i". Miwll. A.,Oinli. W, Iii-zivli. H. Aslin1'f. Kin-vlinug ll, Ilixnn. IE, .X1lziiiil.,K. ICdgaii'. I'. Silvvirzi. U. 'l'lnnnz1s, M. I'i-rvvlli, XH. Gnfliivy, Sitting: Mgr. ti, Sllllllllilll, .Xss'f:Mgr. D. lfislii-l. S. llllillilllitll, .l. Mzuhiv, M. Ilnwprtl. IC. I-'1'y. , . i - . V 1 ,- iz" Ven my Baseball if... THIS iqzir the Yzirsiti hzisehatll team was eoinptiseel from almost r 5' at etniipletely green tezun ht Cnzteh XYentlering, Due tn the latte l.. i lwaiskeu-zili seztwn the whole teatm eliel not get together until ntfter the przietiee season haul utzzrteel. lhe has nt llziekney, Stutz, Nlef I :Ah liuwii, Bzirriekln, Nluri, :intl Buwmzni left at Ing enmity In he lilleel 5-135 with Lune-i l,1iiigtlt1n's .lineriezni Legion teztm nl lm xeztr. Un the t - v l whole tezxni l'rpinehnn, Martin, l-errziriu, gtnel Nlziguire were the only ' iz. unes who -mtl seen :ini Qerriee the yt-:ir hefure, :intl lfrzniehini zinel ' lf Nlzirtin were the unli unef frtini the 1929 .Xnierieztn Legion teznn l that nent eztat that iezir. lhere were several eziseu of hull luck when Nlntgguire hzul zt thrfmzit nperzitinn lielnre the lftister vatezitimi quill elieln't return tn the rzuika until just heltmre the league gznn 'sg l'lT'1lIiL'l1lI1i hurt hif zinlile, while ruuntling thirel ltzise, zinel was put i nn the in,i.n'etl list until just liefnre the lezigue gginies, I i llue in the litre lexiuue sehetlule this xeair the scores nl :ini . , i I I lllix liniinlimwl lx iw Ag. AAAAA vvvv vvvvvvxuk VVVYVY nlllFi'1llH'llllll Mr. XVl'1Nlt!l'lllf.f Fred Martin Varsity Baseball off the league games cannot hr given, hut Mr. YYendering is expect- ing good cmzmpetition from the league. This vear Napa and Petaluma entered the league in hasehall and San Rafael has segmed to specialize in liaseliall, mostly to lwreak the continuous string of league victories won luv Tanialpais in past years. The higgest question confronting M r. XVendering was the proh- lem of catcher. Mackie and Howard were the only contestants that were worth considering as first string in that position, although Cervelli filled that position in several of the less important games. The first regular string consisted of the following: lfranchini, pitcher and third haseman. :X good hitter, in fact, the strongest hitter on the team, a clever fielder, and a fast hall pitcher with plenty of curves. 'fReCl" Maguire wasn't so hot as a hitter, hut did some clever pitching and held down the first sack. XYhat is lietter than having another vear's experience on the team? lfred Martin, piteher and right fielder. lfreddie was another of Coach VVendering's sturdy hitters, and was superb in fielding and kept up the "Speed Martial' reputation on the mound. Bob Creighton. This "tiny" scruh played on first hase like an old veteran. His hitting led the team's for a long time and hc One hundred eleven V AAAAA13 AAAAAAEFIEBWAAA vvvvv wiv ivvvvvvvvvgl vvvv Varsity Baseball has an arm which Coach Wendering thinks can be developed for a pitcher within the next three seasons on the team. Charlie l"errario, second baseman, inherited his position last season when Mcfiowan was hurt and kept the job filled this season. He is also a good hitter. Ben Larkin took third base while l5ranchini was in the box and during Bill's injury. He was also a timely hitter, most of his hits were placed over third base. liddie Ashofif won all short stop honors with his clever field- ing. His batting started in a slump but when he got his eve on the ball, knocked nine hits for ten times at bat. lid Fry, the little left hander, occupied the position of left fielder. His clever base running made many singles into doubles. Pete Silveira has almost inherited the name of "Mori the second" in center field. His batting honors won him leadfofff man in the line-up. Bob I,ong, right fielder, is a good all around player, .Xnvone with an arm like Bob's should be a pitcher. He is equally good in fielding and batting. Howard and Mackie were the two catchers and each performed equally. Marty Howard also took an outfield position when he was not in the cellar. Thanks must also be given to Adams, Cafifney, Beach, Oinli, Cervelli, lhomas, lfdgar, and lfilippini for substituting, lVlartin and lfranchini, for taking the responsibilities of captain, lfishel and Stutzman, for managing the team, and to Mr. l,angdon for his helping in coaching and "guessing" while umpiring in the games, and also to Coach VYendering for having his patience with the squad. So far in the season seven games were won, three lost, and two were dead locks, Larkin, Martin, Creighton, and fiafjfnev got home runs. Games were arranged for the substitutes to play and get practice with San Rafael High School Varsity subs, the San Rafael lVlilitarv Acacleniy and with the .lunior College subs. One hundred twelve -I ill l .dc f.. l EAEHAAAAAAAAQ if AAAAA wh 1 vvvvvvvvvvv vvi' vvvvvvvvvw -,-G-N H+-WAN A-a my Y Q.--un, Top row: A, Barrow, F. Fielding, C. Poslel, J. Medlieotl, C. Fox. C. Howard, C. Taylor, P. Virzi, .I. Borland, S. Fontez, ll. Roemer. Set-ond row: Coat-h Jueh, R. Stahlbaum, C. Clearihue, G, Lewis, W. Uanepa-i, B. Courtz, S. Okiilmra, H. lilnrtin, W, Madsen, J. UllLCEl'E'l', V. Vannoy. 'lliird row: A. Filippini, H. Pilelier, A. Zertanna, .L Anfibolo, ll. Fry. G. Smith, V. Modin. T. Zneehi. Ass'l Mgr. ll. Jeffries. Fourth row: T. Monlegnni, E. Vigno, F. Gunner, R, O'llaii'. Second Team Baseball ECOND team baseball is composed of freshmen and sophomore boys and engages in tilts with junior High Schools and Varsity substitutes so as to give experience to those hoys who like to play ball and are too small for Varsity material. Starting the season with comparitively inexperienced material and suffering many defeats in the early part of the season, Coach hluch has at the time of this Writ- ing, molded a team that shows much promise of completing the sea- son in a blaze of victory. The scores of the first half of the season Were: Tam 5, Everett Jr. High 185 Tam 2, Horace lVlz1nn jr. High 3, Tam 20, Longfellow Jr. High ll, 'lam 2, Petaluma jr. High 35 Tam 9, Garfield jr. High 05 Tam -L, Tilmuron All Stars 5. XYitii the exception of one, all the games were played away from home. Coach -Iuch states that among his crew Canepa, Stahlhaum, Lewis, Courtz, Howard, and Smith are very likely to be sent up to the varsity next year. One hundred thirteen I-il -MM-nmf.. . f--AA-ffm - YVYVVV -vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv l vvvv I Top row: Ass'I Nmnvlx Ii:-mllivlrl. IJ Iium-. .I, Lumly. II, Wilfum. II, I,illIv. I'. Iluliuis, V. Ilzuimlffun. W. IH-Ilm-V, .I, Sl'II'l'IlIQLl', U, 'I'Imnms, Ii Ilzumia, Smwmnl Iiuw: .Xss'I IIIZIIIZIILUI' NI Svalxvr, us!! IIIIIIIIZRUI' I" Iiillml, IIIZIIIIIILPI' I", f'2lIll1lilI.1IIkl. IK. I'llH1'I'4'I', Ii, ISIN-4Ii114. M. Strzanss, W. I'nwv1's, V. IIUIIIIIIISKIII. II. fxIUI'l'IIUIIS4', Ii, Iirvlw. Vuzxvll Grzlvvs. 'I'I1irrl mu" Y, .XIl4Il'I'SfrII. I'. i'IllllUlI1'. Ifl, Iirwlmipg. .I IYisI1'l'. ll lie-Irml, Ii. fIHI'lIIIIt'I'. A. Iizursugliu, .l. 'l'j'Il1lIl. II, Iirzxmll. X I Ilnllmn ron' IE. I'I'iIIIllII'. II. .II-rmlzmxm. Ii, Imlm, Ii. Ilurflinu. II. Wzullzu-I-, . tl Ii. f'ilIlIII'IZIll, N. Imwfmx, IL lXif'l'l11'1Iy. I' Solon. Ii. I'IxIm-y, XY. Alnrlll. JQJI5 - Varsity Traclg ' 'If-IRI ING the II uk sg-1151111 with only uw msn who won plzlucw z- ' in the Iczufm' IIICCI at Szmtu Nusa Inst sczmm thc LmLIrIuuILfurII1u 1 r, D ' -. truck IJZIIII was xg-rx' lww. Xa Mr, li1':m.'s dues not mud xcrx I'-'I 3 r, much nmru'i:1I to IILIIIII up II tczxm, hc wzu :IIIIQ to Iwing forth IIIIIIIIICI' I' NVIIIIICI' :lt thc IIIMI-II NcI:1xwIr1511r1 I"r'L1r1UwImr1Xpril 9. 'IEIIIIIIIIIZIIS n 1. NV.IS ZIIIIC tu tzllic first plum- mm' rlmcir IICLIITSI uppmmcut, IIZIIXV11I'LIh, ' I' by H pwinrzs in thc rrzxck uXcvwIs,:1rLI IIIIVII in thc HQIII cu-nts. 'Ihix dvcisixc ximwry was Jus to thc efforts of B. I'l':1rI1cr, I. Bzlrsllgglizl, ,' N. I7zIWwr1,I'. I.1IIcr'wr1ir1r'n high I1L1r'.IIcsg.I.,l'yn11n, 'I. SQIfr'iLIgu, ' Y, qX11nIc1's1m, H. I'r':1tI1ur in thy Iww !1L111IIcsg I'. Sulun, R. 'IUI'ClIIII, I XY. Ifcllncr, R. L'1mIri:m, in rin- mile 11-Inyg fi. Neyer, XY. I'mvc1's, R. -IUIIIZIII, I'. Swlwn, in YIM' l milc TVILIIQ :md in ilu- Imllu I'L'!lIX li. Ilulm, R. CZIIILIIIIII, X. Bxlrsllglizx, II. N'Im'L'LmIy. In tif: IIUILI cwurw ma Iirst Iwlzux-N num- t1:Iuf11 Iwc:1L1:Iu it was thc lczxm Iwtnl tI1:1f KI! Q tml'IIrQ.I Inurlcrlz - ,, 'l . JfllFEsA.A.AAA.a..im Q? AAAAA vvvvv vvvvvsvvvv 'vvvvvvvvvi Y ' 4: gzg, Vaptain Bob l'il11flI'lllIl Voaeh Graves :fi 3:15, ,pie as ' . If Varsitv Traek J 1 counted, not the longest throws or jumps. The pol: vault team eouf sisted of Y. Anderson, Tynan, VV. Marth, N. llawsong the high jump, R. XYallace, XY. lVlarth, J. XVisler, N. Dawson, .X. liarsugliag shot, Little, P. DuBois, H. Pixley, O. Thomasg discus, -I. Tynan, B. Pixley, P. DuBois, O. Thomasi board jump, li. Koenig, li. Dunn, , -I. Little, :X. Barsuglia. 5 3, The Alumni meet was a hard hattle forthe team, the final seore .35 335 heiug 62-51. Captain Candriau's time of 52.7 for the -f-I-ll was the . '.'- :::,':!:' l ll .mi 1593- outstanding event ofthe meet. First places were taken hy Candrian, 'fg ggi Mcfurdy, Prather, Tynan, and XYallace. ' The first set back of the season was handed to the team hy Santa Rosa, who was ahle to pile up a 20 point lead over the Tamalpais boys. Y I N ' The closest and most exciting meet was with San Rafael on .',QEl25, -- .Xpril Zlnd. Iam went into the meet the under dogs hut emerged N victorious. San Rafael was ahle to gather more first places than ' .1 Tam, although the seconds and thirds plus a few first was enough to l cop the meet. B. lVlcCurdy, reeeixed his first defeat of the year in the mile as did B. Prather in the low hurdles. lfirsts were taken luv R. Candrian, B. Pixlev, V. Anderson, Nl. lVlarth, lf. Koenig. The league meet and the .Xmerican Legion meet have not heen held as yet, but Tamalpais Was ahle to take third in the league meet last year and first in the legion so there is little douht as to the glorious finish the track team will have. Une hundred fifteen l VVVYVV v v9fv5v9vvvvxvv'v Y Twp ruxv: li. Iilisf, N AIvt'fxlp:zu1. I". .iulxnsun, ,I Ilmmxxlwgxxx-, l'. Iimmljm-1111. II, 0'II:1i1', NI YUIIZIIIIIEAII. Il I'iIvl1vr. li .'XllI'UIlr, hmwmmml mv. 5 Iwzlrvx. ,I .x1'm:'I1-mu. ,I, tlllllllll. A. SULIIHRIII. .X Iianlwwmxx, I, Xlnllus. A, .I1li'Ul7SI'll, l'Ull4'lI Ill-1111111-Ill, 'l'hix'aI xnxx' tl. Yun llykl-. W. F4111-x', IJ. Fry, I.. Vinum. mar, I-', llillun. IS. Imxm-ll, Ii. llnrlxnm, II. llllIIlIl2ll'1l. R. SlUlIIIl'l'. ii. Smith. ll0ll1!IIlI'0IX. li Stallllhallzlll. W. l"1':1l'li. In. I'Iix'in, II. I.:lln-. II. M4-1nml,Y. llruulxs, ,I 1'lmu1'r1-, S. Uslmrmx, H. lllilllI2ll'Il, Class II 'lIl'au'l4 ' UYS .x'lm4xfpim-mlm-Imxgmthstrzxxkruglmgmxl xx'lml141xulwcloxx' llll L'xI1lJIlCIll'5 lux-llmg Tu Class L' 'l1I'21kfl'2. IQXPOIICIITN 1111- tlgxxrcxl xlcwrxllrmg to xxx-lghr, hclghr, :mul algc. Class C 'l'x'11ck, umlcz' Mr. Hcnrfhx-lxl's mzlclxlllg, xllxl hor hzlxc .III L-xox-primml wzmux zllrhxmxlgh "hc huxw xlill thx' In-sr thnx Clllllkl. lhc Szxwcxl llL'1lI'F lmcr xxtntlxu llrwrwfrlmu SCIl5UIlLlIlxl vl.1lI1IIVLJlI. lhc xx xr msc! xxku xxxrh llorqxxx- Nlzum :xml 'lfzm xvgxw xlcfcaxtul. Napa xxxxs thu ru-xr umm :xml thnx xxmxrc I'lILIICLl hx thx' swam- of 35 to 15. VX flu-ug xww1'11c1ui lhvur with Nm Rlll-lll'l, S1111 Iiglfnx-I Nlilltzlrx .XCl1LlL'IIII, xml lzxm llllmxl thy lmxs xmlx zlhlc ru mln- rhlrxl plgm-. 'lih' Sllllfll Iilxwx TCQIIII hzmxlul thu lllll thch' xxwrs' xlvrl-.lr mf thu' xcalr. Otlxu' rmwts xxrm' hx-Ill xxith gjfllllllllili' wlmuls :hx-l thy rl-.un xx.s.1lxlc1xxx.clx'11l Ilxvm C1l5IlI. Um' ln mln' l xlxrwrl 'lx 1' l il -fgr 1. mil I TTY .AAAAA AAAAAA I1 ' ., vvvvvfvvvvvvgtll Lzszvvvvvvvvv - n ' Standing: Uoaell Binns, E. Saville, J, Uiigerer, V, Mnzzio, W. Sword, l'. Oaklalnler, L. Wessel, O. Hurst. M,fzrs. J. Milano, and H. Fowells. Kneeling: ll, Frank. J. Menke, XV. Snyder. T. Andrews. V. Nagel, Il. .IeI'l'1'ir::, D. Virzi. l Sitting: A, 'I'esel1e, B. Garter, H. Krahl, M. Gasteazoro, R. llitseh. Soccer Q M 'll the beginning of the 1931 soccer season 'l'am's hopes for 59 another team like that of l93Il seemed likely to he rewarded "-1135' for Loaeh Binns had hne material and eight or nine veterans. 7: However, the team was by no means successful until the midpoint of the season had heen reached. Mission was held to a scoreless tie in the opening game of the SCZISUII . Y Galileo defeated the lamites without great difiiculty. AI: gr, The Tam team met Mission in a second game and was heaten. 'iflllifii Commerce knocked lam off by a score of three goals to none. U l.owell encountered a Tam sqaud which outfought them and defeated them rather easily. The Cal frosh were unable to do more than hold 'llam to a tie. pk strong Pescadero team outpointed the 'litzmites to win Z-l. ,Z ln fourteen games played Tam won 4, tied 3 and lost 7. One hundred seventeen vv'vV'v Xu' vw, vgrvvvvivvvvwv v W ' V l11i X if -4 g 1 X x K x, ,i ' 11. xl. P 'I'-up ruw: M l'uix'n-.', XY, lim:-1-I, I' Smith. I,. Sflllllill, .X Illm-X. S lluldvll. W ll, Iuum. A. Flllllllllllr. XX. Iwzmlx. XX Ilan-1111s. 1.. lnsth-, l, 1.4-nm, .l. Arun- ni S'l'UIll. 'l'. xIK'XYIlllI'I'Q, li U'Iln1l', li IWVL, A, Sr'l11'm-mls-l'. 'I'. Imllllw. Imsr. W. ' 1 Iril-1z,t'nmvl1 Ii, Aikiu. lx SUVUIAIE 1'm'1 Bl. S114-W. ll lluuw-I, li. Ilvyvivs. S Jullllsnll. S f1Sll0l'lll', li. 'N X Smith, V. ltnmlcf. If .l1'1lliills4bH, ,l. liyln-. I'. Sixxlnwns. Il Mznkinsmm, N, Mv- i f 1'ulaa111, Ii S4'llI'll4lx'l'. S. TIIIIIIISUII. Y I lllll'Kl Vmx: Ii Hiljllllillki. I". Mwlmmmlsl. Ii, l,llIl1', .X, llilrlivllzin-. W. timid:-f. U 1 .I. II:11'1'nI1l, .l. IlvI"1'z11l1'n-. ld lizlllmvlll, L, .K.Y4'4lilIllY. AIU i Q ' 1 - - 'Qrf boy 5 bu llllllllllg, Q i2 2, W Xlllill thc Illilu' lxmzlrnlgmm-111 ur N113 Xikin, thu 'l'11m11lp11if 5vv111'mcrs hmm- dcvclwpcd thu sczxswrl mm ll fLJI'IHlxiLll5lC rp-gun, , which strikcs tcrrm' intw thc IICLIITS uf all uppmlclmih. lIlLiL'CLi, " I with mch lldX1II1fllgk'N LI5 Lan- llYIlillllWIk" -uxcullunt imrrL1cl'im1, UNL' of ' thc SL'hLJU awinmlning Tllllk it XUJLIIL1 lwc quitr k'XL'L'PIiUIll1l if thcy I i NUI. 5 Q XYith Qlptglirl XUVIIILLII 5hu'1lH :Lt the hczui of thc Ttlllll thc realm uf! Q" 5chcdL1lc :silk-J for IITiI'IL'L'H mcuts for thu uxrsity, Ilrrk and llfl I swimmers. Nmf1u"l':1Il1 m'q111mp1-J Ihr Xlumni My thu mmm' uf 5+ to H lfl. Six first plum-5 wen- taken My vlllllll. 'I'hL-5 Wk'I'L'I 5yh111idt, Stl 5 yards haul: Nrmkug Kinsul, SIP 5 mis fren xlrwkq R113 rmwmi, 2211 frm W srrukcg Culwr, Jim-g T5 yard :lm-Jluy 1111415 :mal T5-ymi zuullcy I swiru waxy www by lllmxmi. xl -'1 Lxm' iunrulu 1 ugfxu-4-1' AAAA vvv7QYgvvvvvvvv'vvfvvvvvvvvvvvv fll Standing: S. Heller, F, Hilton, Fl. Smiley, H. Mitseh. Coat-h llall. , Kneeling: .l. Mat- Donald, C. Donaldson. Golf Team HD by Captain Cy Donalelson, and under the able coaching of l "Scotty" Hall, the Tam golf team tied with those of Santa N Rosa and San Rafael for the championship, a similar situation -- to that of the i931 season. On .Xpril Z the Tam golfers took Petaluma into camp to the tune of 5-ll. Tam triumphed over Santa Rosa on April 9, the score, a much --Ig closer one, being 32. "Q-'iflliirfz ::: On April 16 the 'famites met their Waterloo in the form of the San Rafael team whom they had beaten in 1931 and who had rome back to avenge that defeat. They were beaten 3-2. 'l'am's 19.32 golf team consists of Cy llonaltlson, captain, S. ' Heller, lid Smiley, I". Zucchi, Fd. Dunn, and Bob Mitsch. 'l . . . , in a triple t1e. A play-oil was arrangeCl forthe title since the three teams were One liuntlretl nineteen 1- T 4444..- 4444441.13 VVYVVV1-!!lgfv5vzev!vvvvv 2 vv 1 1i.Al1111'11:s, ll. 14111't1111, 'l'. Il1111111l11, S, Il1'll1-1', ll hY1111il1llS, 11, 1111111153 M. S1-111111. B WT ' ' 1115 6111115 111C 1c1111is 1c11111, W111C11 was 1'11111'hc11 111' N1 r. Hurry R11ss1'11, was Vi 1 highly s111'1'css1111 111 1111' 11111 1111rt11111 111 thc 111151 sc:1s1111, Wllllllllg Eg,- thc 1L'2lgL1C 111-111111111 111 1ir111c 111 thc c11111'ts 111 Perry S1'hw:1rt,t. 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Standing: Ii. P1lllllE'l', V. Pixley. Ii. Me'l'ezu', K. O"I'oolf-, A, Holes, H, Mm-Kull, !,. Uphum. .I. Emanuel, H. I'llE'lI'S, M. I-lnlwislle, .I. Gruhm, II. Foott, .l, llllllllifllkxf. J. Green. Sitting: F. Hanson, H. Ilndle-y, P. Iiolu-rls, ld. Slewzxrl, B. Kireher, I". Nagel, li, t'hnpnmn, S. H0i1lll'Gf!.'1ll'il, F. Gordon, Al. Imiieuii, P. Green, S. Wright, IC, Hannefvig, Q1 Holes, M. Paulus. E' G. 1 7 1 . . ,'-'. .3 1 'N ' ,-5.52, gf? 11 s bw1111m1ng :U 1 UIUNCQ the full semester the swimming is devoted entirely to l.ife-Saving work. The girls all work for the Junior Life Saving Award, for which they must pass Z1 test on lifefsztving, which includes all the phases of the work. The lower classes hnve Y :1 very large turnout. Those girls who are old enough amd who . :tlreztdy have the junior Award Work on the Senior Life Saving' , flwurd. j -jgitltg. ln the spring the swimming is devoted to inter clzzss swimming. livery two or three weeks 21 meet is held lvetween three classes, for no Seniors have gone out this yeztr, .md there is keen competition X lmetwe'n the classes. Between the meets the girls practice for their events, including fancy diving and novelty rztces. The last meet t , is ztlwztys very interesting, :ls the swimming is ull novelty, :md the 'jj girls enjoy it very much. One hundred twenty-one vYYvvTv'v4r' Wv5vv'vvvvvvvVVQfgYVV 'I'1111 1'11w: XI, I,111114i. V. S11lI11-111. Ii. Il11ll:11111y, IC, M111'1I1-1-111, IC St.-w111'l, Ii. Mv- W W 'l'l'1ll'. F. N1-Is1111, AI. WIIS1111, .X l'1111I1-1, S1 l:l'illlI't'H2ll'll, It SI1v11I1z11'1I 111111 1'1111': IS. l'11111'l1'igI11. V. 1'1'1-iuI1l1111. .I. .I11I11151111. Il. l'I11111111:111. S I.i111I51-1. Il. 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C1111-111:111, H. l"1'115t, -I. i11'1'1'11, M, I Nl111't111, H. NI111, R, XY11111I, R. H1'ttc111'11111't, 111111 R. 1.llIl4171I. 01:1-11.11111 111111-1111-.-11 , Fl Q? IL' . ,-.1.. .. -7-' 2:4 ll! 1 1 :...:gl v --.-.tillage '15, n. . JJTWEQ4444444 , 44444 f 1 Top row: E. Foot! Mn1'det'ai, M. S1-vond row: L. 'I Kirr-her Ihzrtl row: J. SilVQl'll1flI'll, ll. Tawns. 1' Conley, A. Svhwerin, A. I,m'kin, S. Raphz Fourth row: J, Green, C. Gallagller, Beauregard, S. f'l1oni'1'e, J. Bisagno, IC. NIUIES, R. Sllephard, H. xV!:'IldQl'll1g, G. Ptlrinoni, Il. Kinsel. Girls, Basketball lRl,5' lnterclass Basketball went over with the usual large turnfout from the classes. especially designed to keep the girls physically ht, are now an established rule and custom for every sport. Basketball is at the top of the list of the girls' sports, and, with the large turn-out every year, there is a great deal of keen competition between the classes. Il, Cohn. Johnson, IL Iiimxn, M. ionn x I Boagyvay, A. X 1: .man. Stzlltl I VV2l.l'd.H. The training charts, which are The freshmen made an exceptionally good showing for begin- ners, having had no experience together. The sophomores were over-come by the upper-classmen. To end the season, the juniors barely nosed out the seniors by one point in a free throw in the extra period of play. During the practice season Mrs. Hall coached the girls to aid them in cooperative team work, which is the real way to success. One hundred twentyfthrec lftlfq AAAAA AA 4. A A4AAAAAAAAAmAWLL4AA.. w P vvvvvw vvvvvgggiigvvvw' V l Slilllillllllf M. Imiivani. M, I,m':'i1x. R. Vlizipiiiziii. 12 Vlimi-5, K' U"l'mmlv, G. NKWTSUII, Nl. lli1I,j1'.KI .X. llllI'll4'll, li. Hzirtlm-Il. li 'l'l'l4'lH'!'. Y, Wi-ml. I". Nugvl. -. i Kiwi-liiipzi IC. liruiliv. ll. XY1'llllL'l'iIlg. ll. Slim-piliairil, Y. Si--xi'aii'I, IJ. H1-4-niziii. Gii'ls'Ai'cl1ci'x' l ' i VRINK. tlic spring mic of tlic girl! iiizliii ximrix is zirclicrx. XX itli gi tum ULII inf mer lilrx' girls Mix. lilziiizigziii, tliu wxicli, .I '. lizul ll Llilliciilt task lmfiiiz- liur iii trgiiii gill thu girls. 'lilicy if Q- l .' 1i,'.'.,, ,.' . A . I pulxlli LlklLlIlllgl.1LII lim im imlw, gi iii, ziml lipliim qiml qiftui' scliimwl. I liix im! tm girls will 51.15 ilqmir rin rlic ziinmf, wliicli will lm 1' lllllkltkl if tlic zirrimws zirr iii perfect wiiilitimi upiiii i'i'rL1rii. Simms i of tlic girls wurc :ililc to Hu-li rlicir iiwii L1i'i'imws, wliii-li is iiuttiiig l'L'lllllL"5.1llillL'5l'l1Ill. Ixlifiilwtli li wiilir- wil CXk','l7ili1lllll wiirli. l X Iiwurziiii-iit wzis liclll iluriiilg 'Xpril ziiiil Nlziy. 'llic girls , l ll iiuzililiul for it liy rlicir lmiirw wif pl'11L'IiL'L', M'UI'L'S iiizulc, ziml J 'il xittciiilziiijc. 'liliiisf wliii p11rri:ip:irul wcrc: lliirlicl Hzxrtlcri, Yixiziii I XYimiill, lliumtliy ISL-uiiiiin, llulrii Xlfmlcriiig, Yirgiiiizi Srcwzirt, if 7 Ruwliliil Clizipiiigiii, Rim- 'l'i'iclwci', Nliiigiix-I lliiiiiiiii, lxiiniiyttzi ' Sliz'iili:ii'il, N1.irg1ii'rt Nlillvr, fi"I'IllxllI1L XYumlci'ii1.Q, lluili Whimil, l'l.li!L!liL'll1 llrmliv, :iiiil Nlziry ,llicc lizirtlctr, Um' liiiiiilri.l ixxviitx luiir ll-gil . WFBAAAAAQ A L if AAAAA L. Roadway, G. Cloney, H. vV9llllel'lll5.Z, B. Courtright, Coach Hall. G' l 7 T ' 11' S CHHIS , BOUT forty girls took part in the tennis tournament this l spring. The girls lirst played their own classmates, next, the I. four Class victors faced each other, and finally the lower Class 1 ,.-. : Winner and the upper Class winner played off the championship. :Ks this is written, Gladys Cloney, freshman, and Helen VVendering, 'TE junior, are playing their final sets. Gladys Cloney was victorious after two hard sets 6-2, 6-4. .- ., Among those who won in the first round were: Gladys Clonev, lfleanor Caletti, l,illavieVe Arp, Betty Painter, Dorothy Rossi, Ger- jf-i5?ll3'f?1,j aldine VVendering rlrline Holes Lillian Sweneer Leslie Boadwa . , , 1 , is Roha Allen, Geraldine Yerington, Audrey Schwerin, 'lean Harrison, lVlarie Graham, Larine O'Brien, Clara Hunger, jane Chourre, Helen VVendering, and Barbara Courtright. Mrs. Hall is girls, tennis coach. ' l One hundred twentv-hvc - . FH Girls? Volle 'hall ll HIC sophomores won their nunierztls :intl the clztss chznnpionsliip in volleylmll this yextr, with the seniors in seeontl place, the juniors in thirtl, :intl the lvreshnien fourth. lhe tennis were coztehetl lw Mrs. 111111 :intl Mrs. lflzttiztgziti, ttntl niost of the gznnes were platyetl outtloors on the tennis court, where ll speeizil net wits put Llp. Scores for the gzunes were: sophomores -ll, freshmen 195 1: sophomores 37, juniors 175 sophomores 52, seniors -log seniors 311, ,l I juniors 25g seniors 311, freshmen 164 znnl juniors 51, freshnifn 32. 1 2' txLlLlT'Cj' Schwerin wits eziptziin of the victorious sophomores, :intl the members of the teuni were: Rohn Xllen, ,lenui Silverthorn, Alerry Yerington, Louise Young, .Xnnnlielle Conley, l.eslie Hoztdvvzly, Hel gn iliztwns, Dorothea Hullis. Sulistitutes who "saw netion" were: , Roseliutl Lilinpninn, Alessie johnson, .Xnitn Scherxer, litlitli Stewart, lVlZ11'y XYilson, glliee l,:trlcin :intl l':itriei,1 lireen. llezrth ehzirts were kept lw the girls, :ts in other sports. lirlsl Baseliall 1, S the l'z1i must he printetl liy Mary lirst it is inipossilile to hzive ,Qt the returns from girlsl inter elziss liztselizill. Bztselmll sezison if Ef- follows volleylizill seztson, liut :is the liovs neetl the held for their playing, the sezison usugtlli' stttrts tluring the mitltlle of lVl11y. In llhe girls use the large intloor liztselizill liecztuse the hzirtl lmll ref 3 , quires gloves which the girls luck. Playing with the hztrtl littll hats 'f - . lu also resultatl in nixzny serious Qzeeitlents. Regulation liziseliull rules QQT :ire usetl with Conch llnll supervising the elziss tennis. One of the tsieulty tloes the umpiring. ' gp ln at czise like this it is xeri hitrtl to pretliet who is to lie the elziss Winn tr. The seniors will hztxe their usually strong teztni, :ts they 1 have won interelziss lwnseligill for three consecutive reztrs. 'llhe iuniors 4 :intl sophomores will hzue nliout eouzil strength 1ll1llUllQ'll th - iunio"s '1 have hzul more experience thztn the sophs. 'lihe icreshni--n will have ' unknown power lint :is they :ire right out of urziiiiinqir sthool. where 1 liziselwll is the niaiin sport, they will lie ,ilile to tlefentl their el"ss. 'I Chic lNl1lklf'k'Ll twenty-six e VH A4,4n4wiMJ?.kA.A4n,4nAA.4.4AA4 Aql.nA4AA.A L.. A Vfvvvvvsglyvlszgijavvvvvw - Hi - U l 1 1 YY V V F 4 1 JIIAFAAAAAAAF 4AAAA V VVVVVVY ' ' EP' W3 al ef I P I Qf I 53 ,Q - . - Anthony Solduvini- Hvfllill kind of dog is that?" Bob f'iilltll'lllll"' 't'l'liz1t's un nir- tight. llis mother wus un uirdulc und his futher at scotch tt-rriur. 12 2,1 X45 i-Q13 Farmer- "Well son. what uro you doing up in that treeZ"' Son tStanley tilervl "I just got at letter from the sophomores in 1-or! respondence srhoul telling me to haze myself." Mr. Fowells- -"What do you think of Ford as at presidentul possibility?" Jim Smith V-"He has the makings of another Lint-oln." Xi! ' XT' Miss Keyser, survustit'ully'-V--"Pe1'A haps you were ll witness ot' the fall of Rome." Jack Neibauer--"No, I didn't exactly see it, but I revollet-t, hearing: something drop." vvfli if :ri 'if Q51 'Z Mr. Scott- -"Yon say you can re' commend this hair l'0SI.0l'Gl'?" Barber- -f"Yes sir, I know a man who removed the cork from the bottle with his teeth. and within twenty- four hours he hud a moustut'he." Duane Newhurt-"'lVIy I'm Cel'- tuinly getting ll iot out of this t'ourse." L. Baker "That is very good." Duane Newhurt --"Yes, I have 585 worth of laboratory equipment in my pot-ketf' 613 it? fit? yew 5. . :L xv .Izu'k-- -"What is it that you part your hair with. and ride all over town with? Jill-"I 4-au't imagine," Javk -"A womb, and an auto- mobile." Mrs, Powell "IJidn't I tell you to wattt-h for tht- time the soup boiled ox'or'?" Virginia Sit-wurt --"I did. it wus just halt pust lo." XX .. I tnijl J 5 jifij -iff h . X: 'Qi Dorothy Wiseman "It we upbeat' too mur-b around here, people will Iulk about us," lid. Dunn "Suppose we tlisuppeur together, thou." Rt w- uf. ,V V Proud l"otlit'r "Well, son now that you're at gruduute whut uri- you going to do?" Jimmy Smith "l'm going to tulk to you about the good old duysf' fix A -- :tit W... i ,I X Mr. Aitken "Is liout ulwuys gen- erated when two bodies in motion t'I7m9 together?" Hill Breeding "No Sir, I hit ll guy yesterday and he knot-kt-d me cold." . ,fx Ax roi? ifffi ' i X67 ' ' ' lioy llurdini: "I would like to tluuro like this forever." Leslie lioudwuy "lJon't you ever wont to in1proro'?" L., X'.' I Munugei' "I hear you und the lvutling lady ure on the outs." lClec'ti'ic-iun "Yez1hl It wus one of those quirk rliztiifze svenes with the stogu ull durk. She asked for her tights und I thought she said lights." F? Dumb I-'rf-slilnuii to Mrs. Powell - "I ndorv urtivliokes. but I just 4-un't get them into my mouth." Iiurber "Now is it your hontls ure so dirty?" Apprentivt- "Nobody hurl :i sham- poo today." One liumlrctl tliirty-one Qxlhmn ' gr, 4 .sf.L.Aux ,gm "' 'ini farsz mu v Llill K, FW :- ..m,. .LKAL 15 lik x 4 , is is 2 4' X - F 5 . Q i E Y E 1 VW' vvv vvvvv VVVYVY You often used to say that I Was finer by far than you: And after it was much too late, I found that it was true. I S ENE Jailor tto prisoner awaiting execu- tionb-"You have an hour of grace." Prisoner tBill lflrskinej 0. K. bring her in." xg! if ' f Bob Douc-et-"Do you stiffer from pink toothbrush?" Red Barton-f-"Yes." Bob+"Then why dou't you get a green one?" 'i-ZA i f I E ev He-"I hear you are a collector of antiques." She+"Yes, I have a very rare type- writer which was owned by Napo- leon." He-"But that's impossible, type- writers hadn't been invented in Napoleon's time." She-"I known it. That's what makes it so rare." 'gg I 3 76 Mr. Scottguwhat is an outboard motor boat?" Bright student-J'Sir, it's a row boat with athlete's phut!" fi: if L: New Songs-w Mr. Wrigley's theme song-"When you gum to the end of the day." Interior decorator's---"Just One More Chintzf' ltulh Bettencourte-"Your breath smells like gin." Harry Beauregard-"Yeah, I'm trying to get rid of the smell of Listerinef' i3 1 : EJ 315 She-"And if I sit over in that nice dark corner with you, will you promise not to hug me." I-Ie+"Yes." She---"And will you promise not to kiss me." He---f'Yes." Shei"Then, what do you want me to go over there for?" Sophomore-f f'What is Miss Mackie scrubbing that freshman for?" Junior-"So she can save a biology field trip for specimens." Mr. George-s"Hey, what are you doing up there?" Erich Thomsen--"Robbing the crow's nest, sir." .t sf .. Mrs. Hall--"Why did you send back the new radio?" Mr. "Scotty" Hall-"VVell, the music was all right, but the lights were too dim to read by," 4? 'Q' ii Mr. Juch+"What raw materials are imported from France?" Marjorie Rayburn "Books and plays." Robert Schrier-V-"Are all teachers book worms?" Miss Seymour--"All except the geometry teachers, they are angle worms." as A- ,- Mr. Edwards--"My wife likes cot'- fee for breakfast while I like tea." Mr. George'-"You'll get used to coffee." dl -.. -. Mr. Hall+"Now there is a house without a flaw." Bernard Kwate-"My gosh, what do you walk on?" f .LA Z i Z I Roy Bowman--"Do you know the difference between a, taxi and a street car?" M. Gray--"No." Roy-"Fine, we'll take the street car." by -rf: Dim Newman--"Let's turn out the lights, dearie, and pretend that we're in heaven!" Ce:-ille Grandjean--"But honey l'm no angel!" Dim Newman-J'I know that's why I turned out the lights." One hundred thirty-three U' Eg T .AAA444 64 LMAJL YVYvvv"3'S'g!1v52:9A:S!vvvvv :Ervvv - , L- Vis'-' --QA 1 , 4 ,- A Au, 105' .2 lzf,-. 4 , :vf Haj x - K--it I J 1 KP cl I S X W -I J ' l ,g I - . V,'I4'f"' 4: f' J 5 V74 ' ','. Q I fri: . , I Aldwlllx L ' v' , f' .. N"'A ., 1 h ii: if-2.1 L N fi? 1 ,,- :-. 5 : .'f-2'f3.I:5 5 rf 2' J 'X X, X: S Om- lxuml 'cd Hurt ggi fy? 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