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

 - Class of 1946

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TAMALPAIS UNION HIGH SCHOOL, MILL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA E D I T O R Mary Ann Ccnrthell M A N A G E R Betty Grihtts :I ...Q . Q 'I-J , . . o Q, .. 0 . I .Il Q.: ' .o.pn..O, ' n' ' 'S -1 ' "noni: I .' 0. ..0g I.'gg . .' .lgl , ' ,.. '. , 'u ,u sun' us.'a '.',.. ..'..'-,0,l, s ' a "no are 0 at o 1 'I 0 ", I . ,, ,. D ,-,-. ,,.a ,, . . 0 . 'u' n.: .na v Q..,a,. n . Q n Q .n, , ...,--,...-,--.., ,.-Q.. , ... ,o0 -0 .-n.. '.go."..v ' . 1 I . I ll'C O ll. O 'O . . , , .,. n ,a " ' n'o , 'O u . o ,o'u'Qnooo. ,, .' Q ". o no I - .. .,.a',-, . o o 1 . .I..ll.l..Dlqg u'u,n.'una,.- o 'c' .'An-Q. s:'..' ...- an "'."'u. ' -. . '. .JS-.gg ' , - - ' - . - ' n ,,. . . . . . 'f' f ' ' ' , . - . I DEDICATION We, the class of l946, dedicate our yearbook to the flag of the United States with hope that the recent War in which forty-tour Tarnalpais servicemen sacrificed their lives will not be forgotten, and that these years following that war will be successfully used to lay the foundation for a lasting peace. IN MEMORY OF WARREN DAWES '46 ru f'I'. bl swam-il: Mi COUNSELORS znmlinpa: Mr. All1il'l'W. Mr. Il, Ililssvll, Nil tie-fum:-, M r, Grziiii. ss I,2lI'Iih. Miss IIl'2Uil'l', Mrs. XYmnl :wi PRINCIPAL Mr. W. H. Vcm Dyke OFFICE STAFF Svulf-11. Mis. 'I'1'lII'I1'iiSv Mrs. 51211111-y. Miss lin 1. Mrs. I'tJ1'I1'I'. Mrs. 'l'wi::31. Sizimlingi Mrs. llvrrii-k. Miss Silvvini. Mr. Rus Miss IIl'll4'IZkj', Mrs. lmwis. Miss Sinmlviie-. 55 514 fi ,ffw,4 , MPV S-,W ,Q-0' my x 3 A , .ini 5? wx. if 3. s2"'lix ' 4 W my A, . 'fa 4' bag .u' ,Q iw!-me - f 9 ?Q5?'5mff 1' 7""": 1 .L f H Q ' f x": l K Mlkgw Q' , , X vrfvxx F ,jf , x Y' . - 5 . 43 Ysw , X 3 O ! x. 'm .,f' Ti "H -4-Ry: I ws 395 ,fi U Q , X Q .4 , X Www EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I irst row: Lolly He-inxan. Sherni Hull, Art Ralston. John X otnw, Willard Vun Dyke .Ir. Second row: .lint Waste, Junin XYinton. RoZ0gz1l'z1C, Pat f'll2lDI'll2lll. Audrey Ellilt-lllllllll. Bill Ht-vrllv, Third row: Mr. Russell. Stun Klvin. Don Fox. Gvruld Hill, Roy von der Mehdvn, Richard Owen. Bill Hynes. STUDENT CONGRESS First row: Pau Iiiivlillligh. Paul Lusk Willard Yun Dykv Jr.. liill Bawden, She-rin Hall. Art Ralston Jiln Chapman, Tinuny Vickvrs. Pat Iiiondi. 511601111 row: Jaxwt Anderson, Carolyn Hubs-r. Barbara Cottong. Audrey Engelman. Ro Zeguruc. l'olly CllIllllllIlS. Junin XX'inton, Elliv Righetti, Margie Clark. Rivhard Owen. Third row.: Nancy Nye-, Situ I'rim-o. Joan Bzuiglu. Louise' Roster, Julie Harris, Raw Burns. Elaine Lanci. l'z1t Chapnlan. Mary Voelkel. Manolita Memlvz. Lolly Ht'llllHIl. Fourth row: Hztrlen Torwilligvr, Lloyd Christie, Jiu1 Fuller. 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Q W FALL AND SPRING STUDENT BODY OFFICERS WM. if 'T' 1 mf" 8 ' Left to right: Sherm Hall. Audrey Engelmnn, Jim Worton, Art Fall President Ralston, .lim Waste. Harvey Zion, Stan Klein, and Janin Winton, Jinx Wasui Spring President Stan Klein With lim Waste serving as Tams lirst post- war president the student body was entertained by the cast of llluife With Father," the Army Service Forces Band, and Singer Ann Ashby to mention a few. During the spring term, under President Stan Klein, the Faculty Follies was revived, the Boys' Self Government was re-organized, the Fiesta ious student body programs were presented. C' was held for the first time scince l942, and var- FALL AND SPRING GIRLS' ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Fall President Left to right: Betty Griffitts, Nancy Boyle, .Ianin VVint0n, Eleanor Henshaw .kwin yyimml Ro Zegaruv. Pat Milsch. and Eleanor Moor. Spring President Ro ZGXZIFQIK' The annual Girls' linx and the Christmas Party were two rnain events presented under the leadership ot Ianin Winton, who ended her reign with an installation ot otticers program. Ro Zegarac, Who took over in Feb- ruary, successfully conducted the girls' day program and dance and a loook drive. NEWS STAFF Seated: Pat Goulder, Cecilia Johnsen, Bev Voc-ke, Mary Ann Corthell. Gerald Hill. Jackie VVilliams. R0 Zegarac. Pat Donohue, Audrey Engelman, and .Ianin XVinton. Standing: Dill Bawden. Dick Rutherford, Dolores Sagues, Betty Griffitts. Mr, George. Jim Benefieltl, Hal Hansen, and Art Ralston. Vlfartime shortages still aiiected the output of papers, but by the end of the term the News had practically re- turned to its peace-time schedule. Warren Dawes edited the News in the tall, Gerald Hill took over the reins in the spring, Even a six-page paper was put out on special occa- VVarren Dawes sions. Gerald Hill The Print Shop black gang under Mr. Orvin Russell included Paul Korm, Tom Gaffney, Gordon Collins, lohn Moke, Gerald Garies, Raymond Reed, Bernhard Salvisberg, and Gene Perani. The traditional News Barn Dance met with its usual success among the chicken coops, hay and wag- ons oi the Assembly Hall. Cubs Bill Bowden, lim Benetield, Art Ralston and Dolores Sagues replaced February graduates War- ren Dawes, Peggy Hittle, and Dick Shelton. Hardened news-hounds under adviser l. R. George were: Editor Gerald Hill, lflanager Beverly Vocke, Sports Editor Dick Rutherford, Mary Ann Cortliell, Rat Donohue, Audrey Engelinan, Rat Goulder, Betty Griliitts, Hal Hansen, Cecilia lohnsen, lackie Williams, lanin Winton, and Ro Zegarac. QW! gait KS Q if Vi 5? S twlxl :X X M f' EF, ' X Y ' f ws ff? . fix W' Z ,Y 'F x :-::::: - W X, X ye 1:-mkzm I .ik . 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I f my My -H .,,,.,.,,A , ,X we Av E' '.,' 4 , Q -- ' I 'ff ei' A V .F J M f Q ,X ,xg 1 f Q i , ,, ,- ,QQ ,lf AM un ,W 5 Fw Y, V4 5 xx 4 ' ' We ' .M ! 'wiv Hx lk. MP4 8 I Q., D J , . ' ,lg ,.,.. 5 M -'Y ,H 3, ' r A . vi . ., ' A gf A fw , . ' fx., .. ,sq V, , f -'-- j . ' .z A , 5' A 1 1? 4 5' Q Agia 553 'wi ff' Q4 A 5 A -- f aff 5 E 3 , .- a , 1 s ne tie VARSITY FOOTBALL The l945 football season saw varsity coaches Glidden Benefield and lack Baat fielding one of the greenest tearns in Tarnalpais gridiron history with only one returning veteran from V14 Dick Stone. The Calendar found the lndians playing 3 league ggaines u der the ll hts, and three under the un. The Redskins lost their initial practice tilt to ,tfonterey 7-U but Jon their me ond from Alban" 20- 19 T11 no ' ' '1,.e t.1 . ,rd eeded to drop , elr 1-1, lglfiue ia. T' leo A.-'K and then to I1 t if 1 .11 ' I .,,fi. 1 rc- fi xp' f,- tfi , ie Tiiiiiftl iiais eleven, loving l2-tl Lowell next fi.Q 5 .ie lndians 7- in a mid-sea'-on practice ' , bit the Petaltitna ,game sav: the Red and Blue taking another beating, L5-fi. Napa next succvmbed to the io.s , The RlG GAME sav a . rappy lndian eleven fighting to hold off a favored and veteran San Rafael sauad. The Redslcms lost the.r sixth straight to the Bulldogs, l4-5, which left them in sixth place in the lkorth Bay League The ranioler sauad played three games, losing the first to Vallejo, l2-fi, winning their second from Poly lit-U, and dropping the.r thlrd to Santa Rosa, l3-5 x num x N 1 X 41+ Q x 1,. u xxx X ! mm. huuimn I lpp N f H N er 1 X -X ' X. I"l'2l1k Kli A 'in Juj fin on lK1ll.- Il 1 'Aw t'o-Captain FO- 'ziptzaiu Hurh-n Tvr vill'fwr llydw Jfme-s Ke-11 Lau Iiivk Slum- GOI'1iIlllf'IlilU Il Ch :iv .lawk Jrvhnpuu Hzlrx'-5 Zinn Ho-u11l'hzg 'nn 'l'11m-lim' Ho-nry Iiill lizuuh-11 ' ' J -'Yl'I'Il1 all Ifu. I - Main ml LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL Coach Bob Prathers lightweight football team ended up in a tie with Napa for the North Bay League championship. A U-U tie with San Bafael in the final game of the season forced Tarn out of the undisputed championship. ln the lites' forward wall were: Bill Mendenhall, Don Fox, Gene Perani, Lloyd Christie, Pete Gehres, Clark Gilman, and Walt Dawes, ln the baclctield were: Bill Beedle, Rich Wolcott, Bob King, and Pete Bann. Substitutes seeing plenty of action were: Vic Mainini, Al Cordone, Bich Owen, Vlfill Hynes, Arnold lillis, and Elton Davis. Wolcott and King were top ptuins: fivllfl l'l'I'illll and Hill lim-fllv ground gainers While Bann and Ellis handled the passing Beedle called signals for the Papooses. Left guard Gene Perani ini aitarterbaclc Bpli Beedle were "B" captains. 'ffliile copping half of their I11'1lTlf.CIf9lllP :ion- ors, the Papooses had a rather disastrous practice Q season, dropping Monterey, 7-if and lcs1ng to ine Mission Sophs, 7-6, Valleio, l5-C and St. Anselrns, ll-B best UB" game of the season, l2-Up took Napa, l3-U, lost fi-P to Petaluma, and tied Sin Bafael. ln league competitgon Turn pefxt Yalieio lil the ff-'mu f'-me F at if 3'-we x ,.,. , .X 54 24 ,, I 6' ' 'J fg , I 13 if 1 Q 5 v A ' 3 - ffm ,pw 1 if . :AM ' 1 29:5 " X 1 r ff ip 5, 2563 'K is x 1 Mp A X3 Ne 'n 1 . ,,, W ' x W . ..: K - , Nw S 2' U Q59-'ir ew Q46 3 of -' I f, md ,4 ,. " ,as- ,zfed K 5 NM l W p fkf .. HQ if pigs in I I .X W K M gy 49 kg Q A as 'K' Q u ' av lv 4 , 4- Qi -J' A l. ' W I . 1' 'At "few 'if L lv "2 W Y,s"' ig , ' Qhwf ' T ..,., -5, ' ,, . X f., .. . f ' V M5 N W' H i 4- W- ' , f - , ,N f .1 0 X J ' QM y ' ' xgbad ,K M I -'i N V 6: ,f V. f , , ' x 1 -"' 1 ,9 . 4 ' ' Q -' f --f . A -, f z L 'Esau K G , in . 3, f , f M . , ,., ' V- - ., . www' Z W ' X ' , Q " X " 2 ff. AE W ' A 'Y5' W , 4. Q' 1 W'l'ffgf5-5'-'J X x Y , x L ?,?LL5?Li4g.l.t'fl ,.:.fg5i - 'N i ri l is r gl. if ..., i wg A K Y A j in yy.. ,., .wgwigjf H359 1. AA:-V L it-?,, 4 6, ' 65,3151 ,-114, 'ff' A W , fi r 116 .5 W , Y 6 givf9Qg'1 ,: .5.,2j,5,e:.gi:Z:-, -1 f -A f. VARSITY BASKETBALL Voavh and Uaptains: Bill llawclen, Mr. Gustafson fll3l't'lN'0 Hobson i n 1 E t After a mediocre record up to their last game, Coach Gustaf- son's Tamalpais indians climax- ed the '45-'46 casaba season by scoring a thrilling upset victory over their arch rivals, the San Rafael Bulldogs, 26-20. The lndians opened their sea- son by copping lU victories in l7 starts in pre-league tilts highlighted by a string of 6 consecutive victories in mid season. ln their practice starts the indians, primarily a defen- sive team, rolled up 498 points against their opponents' 427, averaging 29.3 points per game to their opponents' 25.1. ln the league the Indians floundered badlly, dropping 4 of their first 5 games, but fi- nished strongly, winning their last 2 encounters and avenging an earlier defeat dealt by San Ccontinued on next pagel B111 Bdwden Cl Lreuce Hobson Co C'1pt.11n Co Captam Joe DeMaestr1 Sherm H Lll BlllAnd1ew Karl Olson Gene Bledsdlle Llwdg Jones Hxrlen Terwllllgcr Pete Bdlllfl Ccontlnued from precedmg pagel Rafael to f1n1sh ln the 111th spot 1n league standlngs wlth a record of 3 wms and 4 losses Agamst league rlvals the lndlans averaged 234 pomts per game w1th a total of 164 pomts as agalnst the1r opponents average ol 24 3 The entlre season saw the lndlans wmmng 13 games and droppmg ll for a wmmng percentage of 541 The scormg column found B111 Bawden leadlng the team wlth 144 dlglts for the season whlle Ioe DeMaestr1 took the honors for the league encounters w1th 31 pomts The usual startmg lmeup conslsted of B111 Bawden CCD and loe DeMaestr1 forwards Karl Olsen center B111 Andrew and Sherm Hall guards Also seelng much actlon were Clyde lowes Pete Bann Don Edwards Gene Bleasdale and Co Capt Clarence Hobson fl1fS1 strmg center unt1l mld term graduat1on J wifi ' l'om'h J Z- 5 if LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL Under the leadership of Coach lack Baat and Captain Art Ralston the Lightweight basket- ball team went through an exciting and heartbreaking season, coming through when defeat was expected and losing when a win was believed inevitable. But they never lost a game by more than two points, losing two league games by one point and two by two points. After a poor practice season the lndians found little trouble in giving San Rafael a scare. Too, the Babes did two notable things: one, they gave Vallejo, the N.B.L. winner, their tough- est game, two, took the last big game from the Bullpups by a margin of ten points. ln the preliminary season, the lndians played all the strong city schools, but lost most of the games, by close margins, The scores of these games did not show the real strength of the team as it was so slow in getting into shape, and it was not until the end of the season the team played together as a unit. Coach Baat's material included a veteran from last years ligntweights and Uaptain: Mr. liaat and Art Ralston H V H w and C s . Captain Art Ralston, center, played a brilliant game in that position and to him and Doug Land much credit is due for the low scores against Tam. Bob King, Glenn Cavalli, and Bill Murray took care of the forward po- sitions with Doug Land, Rich Herbert, and "Skip" Larkins doing the heavy work at guard in most of the games. Art Ralston took point honors for the league with 47 points. Doug Land led in field goals with 17. CContinued on next pagel fCont1nued from precedmg pagel Coach Baat s lads were the hardest luck t am IH the league desp1te thetr polnt surge at the end of the season The team averaged 27 3 pomts per game to thelr opponents 23 5 The league scores of the season San Rafael 32 Tarn 31 Petaluma 20 Tam 22 Napa 22 Tam 20 Vallelo 23 Tam 22 Santa Rosa 22 Tam 20 Analy 23 Tam 44 and San Rafael 20 Tam 30 The B s led the 11ghtwe1ght league Wlth 191 pomts scored C Basketball Sparked by forward Stan Foote and coached by Mr Gustafson the Tamalpals C bas ketballers mlssed repeatmg thelr 44 champ1onsh1p effort by a lone potnt as they dropped only one league game to Vallelo by a 17 16 score Stan Foote d1d not play ln the Vallelo game Tam beat every other league squad plus Wlnnlng pracnce t1lts from Mlsslon 1-hgh Balboa Hlgh and St Vlncent s The 120 s lost the1r only p acuce game to Poly Hlgh pomt for the C s was Foote wrth 53 tallle Other large scorers Were Center Bay Reed 48 Torn M1tche1l 25 lay McMahon 40 Dlck S1monsen 14 and B111 Meagor 11 The f1rst post War 110 basketball team under the d1rectorsh1p of Hank Hobson and Dlck Shelton lost all therr games Starrmg for the mldgltettes were Greg Bethards l-larry Trudrung and Boyd Bawden 41 1- "C" BASKETBALL lv Y L! VARSITY TRACK Coach Glidden Benetield s prediction of Tam s copping the North Bay League championship this year almost didn t come true as Vallejo s Apaches kept up on even pace with the Indians until the relay which decided the meet The tinal scores Tam 57 Valleyo Sl lf2 Analy 42 U2 Calistoga 21 Santa Rosa 17 St Helena l6 Napa 16 San Rafael 12 and Petaluma 8 The following boys made blocks: Bob Hoots in the hurdles- lim Edwards who set a new NBL record for the 440- lim Camp in the Pole Vault and high hurdles- Bill Mendenhall in the pole vault- Pete Bann Sherm Hall and Eugene Bleasdale in the high jump- lay Simon in the shot- Foster Mahood in the pole vault and broad jump- Dick Clark and Dave Lusk in the 880- Enard lohrison in the high hurdles- lack Lewis and Clark Gilman in the mile- and co-captains Bill - .HM 5 .i ,,m,fi,m .md 7 ,.. BN, Hynes and lack Iohnson in the sprints and discus respectively. "B" and "C" Track Toms lightweight tracksters copped their fifth straight North Bay League championship this season, under the mentorship ot Coach lack Baat. The 'lB's"were hard pressed in the compe- tition tor the coveted gold track shoes at the NBL-held this year at St. Helena -by Santa Rosas Panther Cubs, who allowed the Papooses only a fraction of Ccontinued on next pagel one point lead up to the relay, which- ra-,,,,,,.. HBHTRACK Ccontinued from preceding pagel as in the varsity division - decided the title winner. Scores: Tam 42 l-4, Santa Rosa, 38 l-3, Petaluma, 34, St. Helena, l9 l-3, San Rafael, 15 l-3, Napa, 9 l-4, Vallejo, 5 l-4, Healdsburg, 8, Sonoma, 6, Calistoga, 3, and Tomales, l-4. Block winners: Captain Gus Orlando, and Vic Mainini in the sprints, George Caldwell in the 330 and broad jump, Iim Benefield and Robert Larson in the low hurdles, Elton Davis in the pole vault and shot put, Bob White in the shot, Dennis Dutra in the pole vault, and Lloyd Rutherford and Don Cuneo in the high jump. Coach Harold Allisons class "C" cindermen had a poor season, and placed only fifth in the League. Scores: San Rafael, 33, Vallejo, 22 l-2, Calistoga, l9 l-2, Petaluma, l5 l-2, Tam, 15, Analy, 4 l-2, Santa Rosa, 4. Recipients of circle "T's" were: Yutako Kuwatani in the sprints, relay and shot put, Mickey Culbert- son in the low hurdles, and Don Schlumberger, Lane Weiss, Paul Delchini, and Fred Foster in the relay. UCHTRACK maxim. ZMLAL B 9 lt 3Q 1:4 ,S jbzsf XX . , Q ,,w, g ,O num fm I .' - wr-. ,4 K, af ww' :0,g,AfMW y q?l,:.,AVMY A A VARSITY BASEBALL .Joe IV71'NI21PSYl'i .lzlvk I'll1111hri1lgp C0-l':1ptz11l1 l'cm-Fzlplailx G1-orgv Gmuhling Ilic-k Stone Gene Perzxni Joe Whitlvy Bill Price Karl Olson Ilick Rutherforml Jim Eskenhe1'1'y Chuvk .Iavksun Gene Chaon xggm-'HW' 3, Sw-f"'f"f Q ,x mngskifg' Q Wx , V.: ww' ,yy ,M ,- 'r f' 'ittfxazsg "B" BASEBALL Varsity Baseball Coach 'Popll Wenderings varsity baseball team with fourteen straight victories in fifteen games, including four league wins, has a better than even chance of repeat- ing its uiidefeated league record of l945, and copping its l9th baseball championship in twenty-seven years. Coach Wendering has been using a winning combination of Dick Stone, on the rnound, George Grnahling, handling Dicks slantsg Bill Price, first base, 'Skip' Larkzns, second base, co-captain foe De- Maestri, shortstop, Karl Olson, third base, co-captain lack Plurnbridge, in left, Gene Perani, in center, and loe Whitley, in right. Southpaw lim Eskenberry is first in line relief chucker, and utility includes: Charles lackson, Dick Butherford, Harlen Terwilliger, Bill Bowen, and Stan Foote. league scores up to date are Tarn 7 Napa 3 Tarn 5, Vallejo C, Tam 3, Santa Bosa U and Tam 7, Pei iluiiia f Mmm-In and 1'2ilil2lillN "li" l'mu'h mul Fuptaill .luv lk-Nlnvstri, Hr. xY1'Illll'l'iIl,2. mul -Iuvk l'lulnhri1l:.u- Nlr. -lux-h :mel Tony x'0l'1'Uli W Aw ig 4 'Y' 11. ,J if as 'Q nf 'fi J Sf Q ' 5 g A! 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