Tamalpais High School - Pai Yearbook (Mill Valley, CA)
- Class of 1955
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One school year has passed. Caught in these one hundred pages are a few
of the highlights of i954-55.
Iust by being here you have become an integral part ot Tam's history.
So look and remernloerg this PAI is yoursg the subject is you--the students.
the teachers, the administrators.
pages 5 - 10
pages 27 - 40
Tab e of 6'ontents
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pages 11 - 26
pages 55 74
pages 75 100
We the graduating class of l955 gratefully dedicate our Pai to Marjorie
Cortez, who has offered to us the most valuable gift of all: her lasting
Four years ago Margy and our senior class began or new stage of life
within Tarn. Together we have shared in our school's traditions, we have
learned loyalty, and we have achieved great understanding. Margy has
worked with us and helped us with our problems. She has taken a personal
interest in every student and knows each and everyone by name. This is
a feat few have accomplished. She brings her charming wit and flashing
smile to all those who know her. She has made our school years happier
and richer. It is for these reasons that we, the graduating class of 1955
dedicate our yearbook to Margy.
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Administration .... we hear the word often in regard to most school
functions. The people under this title are more than a "rules committee."
They are individuals interested in us as individuals. Not only do they work
in every way possible to insure a better education for us including
everything from spelling to dancing, but they also are interetsed in us after
The atmosphere around Tam is triendlyy birthdays that are remembered:
diftuculties that are Worked outy accomplishments that are congratulated.
These things make us glad we go to Tarng these things help us grow into
mature, well-rounded, thinking adults.
The Class of '55
Mr. Carlisle Mr. George Mrs. Larson
Du trict Superintendent Vice Principal Assistant Princu al of Girls
P. T. A.
L1-ft to right: Mr. Carlisle, Miz Hayes, Mrs. Ehlcn, Mr. Lewis, Mr. McGill
Lvft to right: Miss Lingrin, Mrs. Bodc, Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Bowyer, Mrs
Loft to right: Dr. Rossman. Mrs. Van Clem-, Mr. Gi-orgw, Mrs. Sr-liwui-Lzzlmpt
Mr. Ln-iris, Nr. Cmifiii--, Miss C4-ssna. MVP. Horsburgii.
Front row: lvft to right: Mrs. Flznlugznl. Mrs. Cobb. Mr. Palnn-1
I,I1'l7U.I'IIllPlll In-Qui. St'i'UI1i,I row: M 12 Aitkm-n, MV. Higgins. M11 .I'U.Ill1'.
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MATH 8 VOCATIONAL
Front row, ls-ft to right: Mr. Pain, Mr. CIlOl1I'I'1', d4-pzwtnu-nt
1-llzxillnun. Mr. Cassuu. M1-. Dnfifly. Mr, Putts. Bar-k row: Mr. B1-II.
Mr. Mills-r, Miss Tlumnpsmn. Mr, Vnlumix-i. Mr, XVi1b4-rt. Miss VVz1!k-lr.
HEALTH 8. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
L+-ft to right: Mr. Nordstrmn. Mrs. Rulu-l'Ls, M12 B1-nw-l'i1-141.
dvpartlns-llt In-ad, Mrs. Powvrs, Mr, Gustafson. MVS. Bakvr,
Li-1'1 iff riy:'mt: Mr. VVy1iH. Mrs. Fustf-r. Miss UI-im-k, Mrs. Pittvngvr
Hr. Gihsim, Miss Abbott, Miss Ruth. Miss Ballarfi, Miss Sf-ott,
rIv1:z1r'ti,wiit rhzxirniau: Miss Buliilvr, Miss Stump, Mrs. Thonipsmi.
Liimrziizmz Mr. Huw'-. M1'. Bodum :ii-3w111't111e'i1l rliairniaxiz and Miss
Frmit ruw, ls-ft to right: Mr. Pohlman, Mr. Baat. Miss Buttnvr,
cirpz11'tr1u-lit hw-adi Mr. Stauffvr. S4-cmici row: Mr. Amvs, M1'.
Murunmiu, Mr. B1-iivfivld, M1'. NVy1i1-.
ART 81. MUSIC
1.4-ft in right: Mr. Boussvy. Mrs. Pitt'-iigi-r, Mrs. Stwfify Mr.
M r. Stauffer
M rs Cobb
Cafeteria Scene Mrs. Rushton
lm ro vement Committee
Few students realize we have an exceptionally beautiful
campus. One that is admired by all Visitors, not only tor its
vt clean and tidy atmosphere, but for the beauty of the lawns
W", llil and gardens.
This we owe to our custodians, the qardeners and janitors.
Not only are these people responsible for the beauty of our
campus, but they also act as friends to every Tamite.
They are-of the most popular people on the campus.
First row, Left to 1-ight: Jim Milani, John Dunning, Pete Casagrande. Second row: Paul
Ryan, John Canziani, John Mani. Third row: Miks: Pritchard, Al Heinrich.
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Frourt row: Mickit- Mvalman. S1-1-:tml row: lVIa1'v:1 Iiztrxw-yi Amit- L1-din, Lenora. Daly.
enior 6 ass 0 Hcers
The tgll senior clgss cificers under the lecrdership ot President Lencrot Dgly
got gn egrly stgrt in the plonning oi their Senicr Bail. Miss Buttner, the new
clgss ctdvisor, gided the seniors throughout thot long lost yeor. By lote
Febructry, it wos decided the boil would be held lune 37 in the Regency
Room ot t'ie Huntington Hotel, ottoo Nob Hiil.
The spring clgss otiicers, under Don Mote, were ccncerned with speciol
projects to reduce the price oi bids ond to rcrise enough mcney to poy
for the bond. They were also concerned with the tgslc oi plonning the
Other projects included crronging the Senicr Picnic ond the oresentotlcn
of the gnnuotl Senior Plgys. This yecr's "Ever Since Eve" ond "St5ige Door"
were both considered hits.
The clgss ot 1955 Wots the inost successiui loecouse we wcrlced so well
together gs o group.
Front I'ipW. 1.-fl tu right, :fhfm-5' Sulln-rg, Emily Spzirlis. S4-mum 1-mxz Dam Mlm-, Matti-t-4-it
Dias, Jeff Van C11-vt-.
Earl Le Roy
Saying right thing at
On ship to Europi-. then
to C0111-get of Marin
Abbott Maryann Adams Roger Albertson 'John Astley Michael Athenassiades
Bl' a girnllv stiwltclioi' Elvctronic engincol'
My many nam:-s Dancing, dates, and
College of Marin science
Gloria Baker Lori Barcl Barry Batchelor Claudette Bates Jerry Behrens
To bn- Ll nurso Visit all tln- ru-nioto Wilfl lifv lIl21lli,l.gtfIllt'11t Fashion Illustrator
R1-fl hair plaw-:4 of tho world Swininiing and 1 hair on Attending Art Collvgc
Attvnrl Provide-num: Editor of PAI vhs-st I
Hospital Collf-ge of Marin Military ss-rvlco
Pianist and teacher
That A in S4-nior English
AtU'llfllllg S. F. Con-
servatory of Music
Patricia Berge Edward Bishop Kathryn Black Joyce Blackman
Travel incessantly and To own my own storm Secretary Work in a bank
aeconiplisli Sunil-tliing Working or swviceo 21-inch waist Blond hair
worthwhilv l-n route City College of San W01'king at something
University of California Francisco
Dianne Booth Fred Bremerman Kathryn Louise Brock Cynthia Browne Betty Bynum
Livv in Los Angvh-s Svlioul "lVl:irn1" lloilsl-wille Nursiiig-Pwli:1tric'i:in To trzivvl
living 1-lngzigiwl for wliolo Singing "I lmn'l xvfllll Phi-ir, tri-ls. :ilnl 4-:itingj Piano, Ill'l. :xml flow-lrs l+'ollmx'ing rulws :intl
Will' no HAR" ln-tw-A-ii rlslssl-s Coll--gn gl-tting along with
Nvorking. mawrii-ml Coll--gn ul' Marin t--an-lilcrs
Sharon Cain Sally Cladwell Marilyn Calhoon Carol Canavan James Carlton
Marry Marlon Brando Gvt R.N. and B.2. from f3l1'rvt:11'y
College of Marin Stanford Nursing Srlinnl Slinwllniinl lnlnil-work
G.A,A,, and skiing V.'nrlqiii,f:
College of Marin
College of Marin
Robert Chaponot John Christiansen Andrew Clark
in tlnl Marinl-s
Working in bank nr
Judith Clark Curtis Coburn Frank Commins Alvin Conley
Become a certain Gunsniitli Own il Ilznw-in Bm-colin' a printvr and
realit0r's wife 4 Davis Colin-gr Littlr- Rl-xl Wagon nrint my OWN 1IlfllI1'Y
Spelling name J-U-D-I Joining Girl Scouts Football and track
Working at phone officv San Jose Statm- Collvgl-
To gf-t a job and mont-y
R1-il hair and being
Sam Daijogo Lenora Daly Aliene Deolrick Darrell DeMartini
Be an illustrator Assistant buyi-r at l'lonzwinaking toacher To be a lumbernian
A gr-ni-ral "goof off" Mngniirs . Quit-inf-ss Being in the Print
Going to school lining willi Bob Wliillnun Vfurlcilig or colll-go Shop gang
University of Ori-gon Military service
Social work in orphan's
Soon with Connie Edbert
Donna Denterlein Maureen Dias Malcolm Doyle Michael Durrle Mary Jane Easley
Dano:-r or vlumontary Diplomatic Service Kids- potato boat to lloust wire and wolk foi
school tvachvr An imaginative mind Irolaml tt lephom company
Santa Barbara Static Univorsity of California Army Colhge of Marin
Connie Egbert John Ehlen Karen C. Engelhart Sue Enos Emma Erickson
Sociologist Engineer Pathologist Busint-ss Executive T13.L1lLl
Paling around with Val Tunnel vision when Boing alone Always being on timt B4 ing intonspicuous
Denson skiing Univvrsity of California and nvvvr cutting San I'I3.Ilf.1SCO State
Collvgr of Marin University of California College of Marin
Mercer Ervin Ann Farnsworth Gerald Farr Virginia Ford Frank Foreman
Field of Drama Art in Advertising Be a good housewife
Lead in Senior Play, Red hair Sz Publicity Quiteness
Sec. of Girls' Association Committee Head Keeping house
College Collvge of Marin
George Foreman, Jr. Paula Foster
Al-ronautiral l'llg'lllt'l'l' Nurso and get married
S. B. Prvsirit-nt. Judicial Yell-loading. and Glvnn
Committw Chairman Nursing School
Cal T4-ch or U. of C.
Juanita Frederick Berta Gardiner Larry Gates
Bw a hm-autician Marry-cwirtain guy, mon
B--auty collt-gr to Utah
Working or collt-go
Robert George Albert Gilbreath Myrna Lou Groth Barbara Gunn Florence Gustafson
Lin-o-type operator or Rich secretary Nurse Censored
civil service Stock Clerk Wild Parties, and smile Gunn family name at University of California
Trade School, college, College of Marin or work Tam
or Alabama School of nursing
Miriam Ham Christine Hardy Marilyn Harris Marva Harvey Sue Hearrell
Nothing Got ahead in fir-ld of Housrwvife Public Health Nurse Beauty operator
College music Choir, tarciivs to gym, Guy laughter, 4'l1' high Sotln--rn drawi from
Pi Alpha Tau Proxy and talking Mt. Zion School of Lucybolle in Senior Play
College of Marin College of Marin Nursing Don Lux Academy
Travel around the world
and marry a Wealthy
V Jerrie Henson Curtis Hoffman Rosemarie Hollis Joan Ellen Houge
Work and become Outdrag Kostic's Olds Bo beautician and Private Secretray
housewife with our Dodge certain guy's wife Being quiet in class
Working and going to University of California My Bardall jacket VVorking sheik
modeling school Don Lux Academy Working
Kathy Horsburgs Ernst Hoyer Preston xlohnson Ulla Jokinen Leola Jones
Writer and nrtiut Diploniatis' or lim-igii Tziilin'
Exilim- of thc Tam News scrvico Being friendly at all
Will be in Scotland
Treasurer of S.B., Accent times
Either Wellesly or U. C. Workiiig and to college
Peter Kacharos Patricia Katz Sue Kirkland
Go to Gilead Travel and be a Housewife
Quietness secretary My Pepsodcnt smile
In the ministry Bad temper Trying to be a good
College of Marin wife
M.l.R.C. or to out drag
Curt fI0ffIll8ll'S Dodge
Great basketball ability
University of California
Forest Ranger or loaf '
Taking more shops than
Marian Kuhne Karen Lamoree Barbara Larsen Frank Lacsy Anne Ledin
Lawyer Go to college and be Go into mens' clothing To be rich and famous
Pai Sail-snian, Sclf a secretary Wlio knows College
flow-1-rinicnt Lefty's sister College of Marin
University of California College of Marin
Robert Leech Lore Ley Manuel Lopez Leila Loudon Donald Love
Doctor or surgeon Registered Nurse with To' be John's wife
Track, liking trig BIS. Going with a certain boy
University of British Long hair for over a year
Columbia San Francisco State Working or housewife
Shirley Luetke Craig Mahoney Roberta Maisac William B. Marble Carol Markillie
Ilgiil- 5151151 01- Memlival Sl'4'l'1'tfll'Y 'IV' got out of svlnnml zxl1UlUl'l'5S and
beautician Quictnvss Mm-lilo livml journalist
C'5 19g Burgers Marin, then San Jose Air Force My permanent permanent
Go to beautician school State College
Margaret McAllister' Charlotte McClure Patricia McFaddin Howard McGill Judy McKinney
Admiral in the Waves Sell 1'iw-um-i's to Air liiir liustuss
Talking and choir Eskinios El--rtimi X Sui-V1-y
College Of Marin My siipi-i'im' gradvs Cum, Hi-ad
Culli-gif of Marin Gully-go of Putcilirz
Carole Mealman Micke Mealman Grace Melbern Jerry Milton Robert Mize
Ilmiif-iiiaki-r or a To limi :iii :uiiliitioii and Bw ll i.Pllj'1'l' in big Artist. and sing pro-
inml--l li- rmm- uiiilritinus ill-pt. storm- IW-ssiuiizilly with the
Colli-gi: Ci-ll'-gr ul' Marin Sf-rn of Stufl--nt Body Starliglitl-rs
John Moats Marlene Mooney James Monte John Moore Suzan Moore
Mui-ry Bob and bs: Pm-sich-iit of Guatemala C1-nsiwr forvign films Exist for yfiars and
:i sr-rv-1-tai-y For my high living and Building drag raw cars yi-ars
Bolfs girl limiif-mark car Attending Cal Poly Pvrpf-tual latonoss
Colli-gr of Marin Attviirling Art School Collvgv
Clayton Mote, Jr. Carolyn Neher
Hygivnic Septic Tank Airlini- Stuwardvss
Clvaiivi' Ability to lmlusli and
S4-nim' Class Prexy my D.A.
University of California F4-llr-gr ol' Mziriii
George Nock Horace Olds Richard Page
VVriti-r Siwai'l'isl1vi' and Marine Bi-cmiiw milliwi' in Aii
Cutting ti-uc-ln-rs and biologist Forum-
rlwss rlubl Siwarfisliiiig Going to O. T. S. or
Szm l+'i':im-isru Slutv Syn-:iilisliiiig sing with St:ii'lig.:'litvi',
Donald Palaia Wauna Peterson Jane Peterson La Verne Phillips Mary Phillips
Gary Perachini Diane Pollock Roland Purnell Larry Qvistgaard Brian Randolph
Electrical Engineer Ofrrncr of the Avenue Music Teacher
Attending college Cleaners Sunburnod face after ski
Perf:-ct attendance trips '
Melvin Randolph Sylvia Rapp Norita Rash Bonnie Reardon Stephen Retter
To br-como first mayor President of Bank of Teacher
of Marin City America. Honor T Chairman and
Karen Rich Charles Rixford Bill Rosa James Rosentreter Bruce Rossman
Bookkeeper 'l'o f.fl'2Lllllill4l :tml hook Lawyer
Basketball ability :L lg.-rtuin gil-1 for good Stumlm-nt Body Tl'ri-ztsiiwi
Working Cuttting and CRAZY
2- -. l -,w .,.
Nancy Schneider Linda Schoening Frances Schroeder Rosemary Schultz Valeria Schwertfeger
Marry a lawcr Bl-1-oniv a rnodul To dancl- in S. F. Ballot
Maniac driving Natural blond hair Co.
San Francisco State Culll-go of Marin 'Working and taking
College ballot vvvry day
Dorlean Scott Richard Seymour Ann Shelton Vicki Shimmin Ernestine Signore
Work and bm- a lmusuwifc T1-lling tall tall-S, Spinst:-r or a wifo To finish building our
For my long, golden Swimming, and sports Ability to svll Girl Scout own homo
locks writing Cookivs Majorette
Work at Buclgvt Finance Collr-gn of Marin Vvhitnian Collvgf- Housewiff-
William Sievers Leon Sivertson Audrey Lynn Smith Chriss Smith Glenn Smith
Engineer in South To have my own print To bl- 21 l1S5'Uh010giSt TU be 3 music t1-acher Calif. Medical School,
Amvrica or Europe shop Lifemf-nlbvr of Honor T Dance band, marching Psychiatry
Swimming and C.S.F. band, track, basketball Paula and hair cuts
College of Marin University of California Colloge Cal. Pre-med 1
Phil Smith Geraldine Solberg Emily Jean Sparks Annona Springett Ray Stangenberger
Collcgc Nursing Bl- :1 p--elizitrir nursv and Work and liuvc- a good
Golf. tvnnis, :mul My gigantic sixv :mil gl-t BS, ni Cal or timv
luaskl-tball talking a fast pattl-r Stanford Attvnding Burrough's in Q
Going to collvgc Ativnding Mt. Zion Attonding Mt. Zion S,F,
rn' f' -r
1James Stevenson Robert Storvold Robert Stoye Topsy Stymans Katherine Sutliffe
Dentist Be a nn-clianic Eli-ctriclv e-ngincer Bm- nianagvr of C's
Boing a flirt Anybody's guess but Collegv of Marin At school everyday and
Collogo mini- never being tardy
Appronticc Mechanic Working '
Delores Swann Jay Joseph Taylor Donna Terzich Harold Thomas Beth Thomas
Garbage man in M. V. Nursing Succl-ssful in business Elm-nn-ntary school
Slceping in class Self- Govl-rnment and Playing C basketball in teacher
Dodging draft Svnior Play '52 81 track in '53 In-t's face it, I'm not
Mt. Zion Collcgc in L. A. San Francisco Statl-
Miriam Tiernan James Tousey Jeffery Van Cleve Richard Van Meter Adriana Van Winkle
Airline Hostess Big cars and Graduate To marry a certain
My big mouth swimming Loafing in classcs lwrson
Collcgv of Mai-in Collvgu of Marin College of Marin Working or College
Toni Varney Jacqueline Volz William Wallace Edward Warde Margaret West
Pl-lliatrician Bc a good secretary
For bvaclibuining and Major:-ttc .
latwst unbutton fad College of Marin
San Francisco State
Norma White Robert Whitman Dave Whittington Jean Wilson
Working for F. B. I. Bc a teacher Social Service Work
and get married Going with Lvnora Sailboat
Hector's girl Daly College
Working for F. B. I. College
Senior Play, eyelashes,
San Francisco Statc
Editor of Tam News,
assistant yell leader,
San Francisco State
John M. Wright Cora Lee Young Patricia Young
Research chemist Cl1ild's Nurse To go to Europe
Egotism, mad chemist Friondliness Wave in my bangs
Cal Tech or U. of C. Nursing School Working
Shirlvy VVi11tl11-1' .lmi Fm'vn1u11 9. B1-tty Bynum ISI, Dan Motu 174 .I+-l'I' X'Zlll Clvx
Arun- L4-din 65. M2Ll1I'1ll'l1 Dias 10. Jim Mmm- 14. Cynthia Brownv 18. L--nurzm Daly
PM R1'Vf2C" 7. BOD Casci 11. Balwy B2l4'ill'l0l' 15. Karvn Engn-ll1arL 19, K21I'I'I! IAZIIUUNK
Bob Wlnitlxluxx N, Nzmuy Scllllivmis-1' 12. Suzi Mmnw- IG. Ailvnv Dvdrick 20. Kathy Blur-k
21. Pat McFaddi11
Frmil row, left to right: B4-tty Bynum. Topsy Stymans, Pat McFadd1-n, Val Scliwartfagvr.
Bonnii- B1-vin. Howarrl McGill. Brian Randolph, Gvorgv Diniitroff, Judy Clark, Rosim- Hollis,
Miukiu- Lialws. Sylvia, Veirel, Se'-4-mirl row: Luu Anna. Hartz, .lvrry H1-nson, Darlvvn Scott,
Earl Almbntt. Third row: Shirley VVintlwr, Fw-rl Brvinvrnian, Mercf-11' Ervin, Suv lil-ariw-ll.
Donna Tflrzicli, Bob Cast-i, Martha White. Mirian Kulinw, Shirley Luvtkv, Rosemary Srliultz.
Manu:-l Lopi-z, Doylv Nance, Sandy Ss-ibort.
Senior P ay
Ever Since Eve ir 4 Stage Door
". .lieF 4
Nlost Likely to Succeed Most Active Biggest Characters
Pat Berge and Jud Foreinan Mike Ilurrie and Suzi Moore Sain 13-iajogo and Grace Melberi
'Lvl sl Pl
Most Talented Brainiest Best All Around
Shirley Wfinther and Jerry Milton John Wright and Betty Benjamin Donna Terzicli and Fred Bremerr
Senior Ball Commit ee
fiivery Special People
Front row, ls-ft to right: Sliirlm-5' VViIlf,l11'1'. Gram- Mi-IIJ4-rii. Miko Durrie-. Marcia Wirth, .laun-
P1-torsoii. Second Row: Donna Tvrzicli. Ann Ll-din. L+-nora Daly. Micke Moalman, Marva
Iluiwoy. Third row: Dau Moto, Bill Wallacv. Karon Laniorm-4
We'll be Seeing you ..... as the strains of Pomp
and Circumstance grow louder we, the graduating
Class of l955 take time to remember. lt hardly seems
possible that it has been tour years since we entered
Tam as green freshmen. This was the yecr Bob
Gunn and lim Bennison were our Student Body
Prexies, remember? We got our biggest thrill when
we won the N.B.L. Championship and who can forget
those victory rallies when we yelled our heads off
for people like Paul Knowles and Schyler Iefferies.
Then, in no time at all, we started our sophomore
year. With Bob Sapp and Dayton Drake leading us
in student body affairs we felt right at home. This
was the year the weary skiers were burned out of
their lodgings. We danced at the "Mardi Gras" and
went to the annual News Barn Danz.
At last "UPPEFiCLASSMEN!" Our junior year was
filled with many memorable occasions. Our ski team
won the county Championshipg we put on the best
Iunior Prom ever: "Fantasia" under the direction of
class Prexy Mike Durrie. We watched lay Bardwell
and leanette Ehlen in the Senior Play. We bid
good-by to the seniors as we got ready to take their
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We arrived: SENIORSl The best year of all We
cheered at the Letterman Faculty game practically
cried when we won the Tam Drake football game
to bring home the cherished silver trophy and
rolled in the aisles at the Faculty Frolics lud
Foreman and Mike Durrie were our Student Body
Prexies and we all felt kind of nostaligic as we
attended games for the last time
Then came the week we will never forget Senior
Picnic, Senior Cut Day and of course the fabulous
Senior Ball winding it all up in the Regency Boom
of the Huntington Hotel. We would like to take some
time out from all our last minute act vites to say
to everyone at Tam, "lt's been swell We ll refrain
from saying good-bye and make it Until we meet
,,,Fr'0nt row, lt-ft to righti N4-ttiv Gill. Gimiii- S4-ftmi and Bovky Simpsmi. S1-amid row: Jvrry
Class of 56 0 hcers
Heading the Fall semester ot the lunior class was President lerry Stram.
Strain and Al Gilht-rt.
Ierry and his committee worked to present a very successful skit in the PAI
rally, and the class was awarded a prize tor it. Gther otticers were Al
Gilbert, Ginnie Setton, Becky Simpson and Nettie Gill.
This Spring Ken Meade was elected President and began Work
immediately on the lunior Prom, "Sand 'n Suri." The Prom was held March
26 and hailed as one oi the best ever.
Bonnie Boyer was chosen to attend Girls' State and the year ended with
a number ot lunior girls acting as flower girls at Graduation.
t ui iight .
Lol' " f :.JimIImi1t1fl'smi.Gimiif-S4-l't1m, Kvii Mm-sul--, Sylvizi V: irfil. ifvltmi K1-nm-ily.
Front row, loft to
rigntz K. Willlalns,
w. llarper, N. Gill,
15. McCarthy, B. Ste-
vens, L. Signoro, D.
Woods, S. rlowc, J.
Smith, J. Thompson,
T. Thomas. Second
row: Reona Neal, F.
Corbett, N. Finns-gan,
E. Black, M. Chap-
man, S. Johnson, B.
Lawroncn, N. Cavag-
naro, C. Wood, F.
Sliimmin. B. Holton,
S, Dinning. Third
row: R McGlothlon,
D. Taylor. C. Iloaglin,
D. Biggio, L. Bollior,
J. Gillvspic-, B. Ben-
son, H. Lvcy. P. Mon-
zio, G. Rogc-rs, B.
Sikora, R. Boatvs,
Fourth row: K. Mfladr-
J. He-nderson .B. Mar-
shall, T. Elliot, J.
Strain. R. McCaw, B.
Dunn, S. Backman,
Front row, loft to
right: E. MacGc-orgc,
J. Fulton, V. Butter-
field, E Gallegos, J.
Embry, G. Sefton, M.
Rocha. Second row:
J. Howerton, M. Beld-
man, V. Tamorlanv,
B. Boyer, J. Hong,
A. Nelson, K. Yodor,
N. Shinn. B Baker.
J. Franklin, L.
Houston. Third rowi
B. McCaW. J. Schmidt,
D. Raven. C. Curley.
L. Ortman. M Saotti.
A, Shugruv. M. Till-
man. Fourth C. Upton
S. Mills. W. Hildrotli,
D. Bambvrg. G. Wood
xnansoo. A. Gilbvrt. D.
Pupont, T. Van Ogio.
G. Dimitroff. D. Mizc,
J. Joyce. T. Dickf-y.
Front row, loft to
right: R. Jones. P.
Hendorson, B. Cole-
man, J. Adams, L.
Jones N. Samuels. I.
Cagv, C. Hoaglin, S.
Thomas, E. Combs, G.
Paramoro. J. Wilkin-
son. Second row: C.
Daly, M. Roan, T.
Samuols, L. Battlv. S.
Wvlls, B. Lamb, D.
Lostvr. K. Clark, M.
Cola-rnan. R. Young.
J. Battlv, D. Powers.
P. Haggerty. Third
row: R. Silva, B.
Wright. B. Santos, T.
Robichaud. K. Knut-K
son, B. Foroman, M.
Km-lly, T. Young, F.
Kennedy. L. Crans.
.T, Wlwvlor. D. Mc-
Donough. H. McKean
W. Millcr, C. Wil-
Hams, J. Varzus. R.
Hudson, F. Corson.
Class oi '56
t Y .
Front row, 11-ft to
right: J. Rassvr, C,
Coolidge, rs.. Hunt, L.
Hartz, L. Hawk, S.
Winslow, B. Bvvan,
M, Liapvs, C. Wilson.
Svcond I'0W2 R. San-
cln-Z, Pat Falkn:-r, B,
Smith, J. Haning, N.
Whitney, R. W:-st, M.
Fidlar, C. Cougar, G.
Pirro, S, Fix-lrl, M.
Dakin, C. Crompton.
hird row: P. Nugvnt
R. Larson, J. Harris,
D. Mullwr. C. Rivvrs.
B, Huluska. L, Davis.
B. Harris. Fourth row
J. Grant. B. King. B.
Hayr-S. J. Mi:-rdirks.
J. Smith. D. Caralaton
. Frison. B. Mar--
Front row, lu-ft lu
right: D. Ili-rnzloll.
. Fonts. L. Alv--rnaz.
. Tofoya. C, Gr-nhl-rt
B. Mizv. L. Loswr, A.
Fwrtig. D. Crawlvy.
D, Cook. J. B4-rnzirrl.
Second row: P. Gallo.
N. Cahill. S, Voirol.
S. Dim-bs-i't, N. Shot-
wvll, B. Johnson, S.
Kuskiv, B. Simpson.
W. Walkor. B. l'Izn'1'is
L. Davis. D. Mc-
Donald, H. Scliwzxrt-
T 'WY ' ' "W" , W ' ' il "'1f"'
ll'1'ont row, left to right: Juan Dias, Sandy Gl1ll4'l and Pam Wilson. S1-Cond Rowg' Ralph
lllwtt and Bob Wallzuft-.
Cla s of C5 0 Hcers
Bob Wolloice, tall sophomore president, storted the boll rolling with plons
tar rnrny octivlt With the help ot the other clcrss ottloers, it went olonq
srnoothly oll yeor. Plnns tor the sophomore donce, Dinoscur Droq, were under
woy eorly in the toll. Complete with huqe prehistoric monsters on the woll,
the donce Wos considered d success.
Class odviscrs, Mr. Pohlrnonn ond Mrs. Cobb, helped both with the donce
ond Poi rolly skit, o courtroom scene.
The spring elections Crrived omidst frenzied compotiqninq omonq the
numerous cdndidotes. Rudy Browne, sprinq prexy, took up were Bob lett ott,
ond did on equally qood job.
Front 1-uw: lvft to right: F4-1-ri Kvzmecly, Suzi Bmolcs. Srf-vmisi 1-ow: Sid Chapin. Hufly Browne,
Da 1' Cvcvigu.
Class of '57
Front row, loft to
rlgnt: Uarlic Uornoach,
kat Dawson, Lila
Uornbs, Virginia Sher-
nian, lvlartna Scnnci-
dur, holly Ring, Sandy
Whitney, Jannc Ful-
lani, Deanna Aincr-
son, Dolores Bchrcns,
Sharon Atvn, Sue Mar-
bleblc. Sccond row:
Bruce Krclting, Lynn
Nugent, Chris Wcisen-
uarcia, Corinnv rur-
nvll, Sandy Jonvs,
Gail Beard, Sandra
Davis, Bonnin- 'l aylor,
Junc Scott, Gladis
Llovoll, Kar:-n Schoen-
ilig, Julia Taylor.
Third row: Bob Con-
gf-r, Miki- Figour.
Blair Francis, Larry
Ll-Wis, P4-tv Fischer,
Jirn Dunn, Daw
L4-wis, Bill Mai-bln,
Chuck Morris, Donnis
Burkell, Allan Wann.
Front row, loft to
right: Eddie Clinton,
Kathy Nchcr, Gloria
Groth, Sonia McCom-
bor, Judy Smith,
Joanne Erwin, Judy
Bowman, Pat Ani
mann, Jcanctto Eddy,
Mary Williams, Judy
row: Bob Mizc, Fred
Miko Ticrnan, Shirley
Ford, Ralph Brott,
Pritchett, Bob Wal-
lace, Dianc Fortini,
Hal Hosnicr, Virgic
Witt, Joannu Fcickcrt.
Lorem- Fryn-. Third
FUXVI PUX4' VV2ll'I'4'll,
Ilondrik Van Dalcn,
Robbie Nelson, Willie
Hvctor, Ron Mr-Clure.
Herb Judson, Torn
Page, Lindsay Cage.
Tom Connors, Ll-land
'Front row, lvft to
Vjtlhtz Lois Ilamilton,
E114-n Nurdahl, Suzi
Brooks, Sharon Smith
Hvllen Mins, M3UI'C'l?H'
Lascy, Joannm- Ron-
nmg, Carol Wolcott,
Susan Elliot, Linda
Hfi!'V0y. S4-4-ond row:
Qlane Kopan, Joanne
Nnlsxon. Gail Matthriws,
M3l'115'H Bryson, Joan
Potts. .lllliv Sfnnn,
T-infia Fidlr-V, Samh-
Xviiiinmg, PM c+,,,,,,,,,4
Ann flnvin, 'Pl-ip-A pm,-I
TTnl l'V'f'C0""'ir'lf Dfw
F':111s1'ivm, .Tim fflrinvn-
"Wd, Im- .Tulif-H wrnv,
Y7l19F0"f'. .Tihw Dlmhov-
rw-1--0 'vm-if,--, 1mwNv...-
12,-llah Muff. '111.fw-im
son. Bob Rl-vv-4.1,1HA
Front row, left to
right: Shirley Law-
rence, Kathryn Keen-
an, Connie Casey,
Vicky Wilder, kathy
McMurran, Kathy Mer-
Wilson, Judy Eaken,
Tcnncy Coulon, Jean
Roberts. Second row:
Rupert Farr, Tom
Leech, Dean Richard-
son, Jolm Christiansen
Jone Dias, Irene Bell,
Louise Gore. Mara
Lee Shillinger, Norma
Meisner, Lola Combs.
Third row: Todd
Bartlett, Jack Blondin
Bill Spenee, Bob
Keegan, Adam Four-
man, Bob Whipple,
John Meyer, Grant
Willson, David IIam.
Front row: left to
right: Shirley Per-
ierra, Karen llall-
ing, Sandy Gudel,
Camilla Clark, Rose-
marrio Santos, Carla
Spires, Charlie Poole,
Gale Williams, Alan
Rein. Second row:
Bill Moore, Judy
Elliott, Marilyn Bag-
shaw, Susan Moyer,
Franklin Pitt, Judy
Orvis, Dick Davidson,
Irene Vierra, Arlene
Vierra, Betty Ueecke,
Sandy Slack, Linda
Varnell. Stuart Mc-
Indoe. Third row:
Kent Beal:-s. Jim
Howe, Don Lenherr,
Tim Strong, Bill
Ahern, Jack Brubeck.
Larry Bowen, Nat
Front row, left to
Waltcr Thomas, Roger
Jacobsen, Pat An-
thony, Sid Chapin,
Jane Durrie, Fern
Kennedy, Juan Con-
verse. Second row:
Darlyn Ashpole. Sandy
Koler, Jean Beek-
Stevens, Louise Lacey,
Kay Johnson. Third
row: Paula Ketten-
hach, Diane Kipp.
Judy Andrews. Betty
Lou Flygge, Jannet
Alessia, Dacia Gareis.
Bea Hebert, Sara
Anne Sparks, Diana
Herndon. Kav Combs.
Fourth row: Mike
Hackett. Eldon Peter-
son. Sterling Wal-
hnrn. Don Hansen.
'Vim Lyman. Judy'
Pruyn. Shirley Uen-
derson. Deanna For-
bes. George Havstad.
Lyle Lewis. Jack
right: Audrey Haynes,
Class of '57
Class oi '57
Front row: Lynda
Thoman, Susan Doii,
Dana Currie, Janet
Waitv, Arleen Bor-
nard, Connie Bond,
Nancy Embry, Janice
Brown, Bob Schweit-
zvr. Ss-cond row:
Judy Marvin, Dick
Bray, George Kirk-
land, Curtis Moorv,
Bob Banos, Harold
Hackvtt, Lynn Smith,
Michavl Palmer, Jack
Burris. Third row:
Don Carlton, Boh
Grunigan. .Tack Mar-
tin, Don Johnson,
Duanm- Hearvll, Don
G1-orgv, Tom Goodale,
Grant Smith, James
Folibor, Rudy Browne
Front ww, lvI't tu right: Janvt llziyvs, Juni-t lXIou1'i11g and .Iumly Trau. Back ruwz Lvl- I"1Il'+'lD8ll
and Fruucit- Daly.
C ass of ' 8' 0 Hcers
Freshman advisors, Miss Ballard and Mr. Wilbert helped the class oft to
a great start, as did the Fall president, Lee Foreman.
The class' tirst dance, "Flirtation Walk" proved to be a success, showing
doubtful upperclassmen that stag dances can work
Frosh talent was at its peak this year. Mike Walker, Spring president,
and his committee made that evident at the Freshman Rally.
1f'1'unt ww. lvft to right: Jam- llirfkmzxn, Denny Dc-c'k1-V, Sm-oml row: Mit-ltzutl Wzxlkvr, Phil
Rli'llZll'1lSOTl, Curl Wobm-V.
Page Si 5
Class of '58
Front row, left to
right: J. Hickman, S.
De Gorog, J. Swart,
J. Somonian, C. Mono-
han, C. Patton, N.
Clark, D. Terwilicger,
C. Murphy, J. Moor-
ing, F. Daly. Sc-cond
Row: J. Churchill, B.
Shrievc, M. Lit, J.
Garrison, E. Mc Coy,
G. Emler, D. Clinken-
beard, C. Foss, N.
Lccy, J. Marchini, D.
Terris, J. Haycs, P.
Schnt-ide-r. Third row:
L. Chang, B. Janice.
G. Dedrick, D. Hin-
shaw, J. Millznvr, A.
Wassn-rman, K. Dctsch
N. Watson, J. Hart-
nack. J. Erskino, C.
Uithof. P. Biosvnir-irc,
J. Hickman, M. Falk.
A. Johnson, D. Martin
J, Buol, O. Malcolm,
D. Dt-ckvr, A. Ed-
l1'ront row, lclt to
right: D. Maciacan, B.
Delvlar, A. Mathias,
M. Gallegos, P.
Rourke, J. Borba M.
Smith, P. Pritchard,
L. Simpson, R. Benson
Second row: S. Bis-
hop, B. Peterson, P.
Stickney, G. White,
R. Kelly, P. Richard-
son, P. Bogel, R. Pas-
co. C. Solo. A. Woolcy,
D. Reystead, E. Ono,
Third row: M. Becker,
J. Booth, B. McGre-
gor, S. Meyers, W.
Gheo, M. Walker, R.
Cherry, K. St. Clair,
R. Keeton, C. Hoofer,
G. Steel, P. Pepper,
L. Jager, B. Shaw.
Fourth row: A. Dahl-
quist. P. Bc-ismicr, S.
Hanchet. D. Conway,
P. Faulkner. B. Vancv
M. Morgon. T. Know-
les, J. Kelfis, F. Kitz-
miller, B. Cummings,
J. Morgan. J. Wil-
liams, C. Pearson.
Front l'UNV, li-ft to
right: J. Flaggi-, F.
Mauroni, J. Saw, A.
Ward, J. Pignoy, T.
Kordik, J. Pleur, J.
Trau, L. Pina, S.
Smith, C. Gillett. Sec-
ond row: E. Paramors
C. Colman, W. Rob-
son. M. Frm-man, P.
Knutson. C, Wm-bstor,
E. D1-drick. V. West-
brook. E. Philips, L.
Harris, K. Hart, D.
Pickersgill, C. Skin-
ner, Third row: L.
Davelor. D. Di- Har-
grougo, S. Clowors, S.
Barkor, S. Blakly. C.
Brown, R. Harvoy. H
Miller, J. Harris. W.
Riggins, D. Pruitt.
Front row, left to
right: J. Sultzur, J.
Cnthbvrtson, A Lottor
hand, S. Rovclli, C.
Km-gan, II. Vargas, S.
Parish, M. Spf-1:i', P.
Norton, D. Brown.
Second row: P. Hud-
son, J. Reis, J. Bart-
lett, E. Wybiorala, B.
Calahan, R. Mollbcrg,
E. Mc dcrniand G.
Pvtorson, J. Hartrnan,
B. Dunn, F. Wynn,
C. Lillf-ston. Third
row: P. St:-rnloff. M.
Lf:ibvrI,, K. Sll'!D?ll'll.
C. Jones, S. VVhovln-r.
B. Nlanning, J. Wal-
ton. R. Robson, D.
Franklin, B. Hass. D.
Doolwy. Fourth row:
L. Kia-W4-rt, B. Ford.
F. Athvarn, B. Brun-
nor. M. Willimns. J.
P1-oil. N. Bolh-S, J.
Polnvhi. C. Mull:-n. VV. X
Loo, C. Baxtr-r. S.
Front row . lf-it to
right: J. Rule-y, R.
lhonzlrogon, V. We-lls,
C. Donnnguvz. J.
Mantos. C Portor, M.
L+-tson, S. Enbvrg.
C. Toso. E. Walkvr.
Sm-vond row. D. Hag-
gf-rty. J. Mash-n, M.
Johnson, D. Ilonroifl.
V. Ks-ppil. R. Mason.
R. Jzwkson. S Spirvs.
D. Byard. J. Rash. K.
Faure-aux. Il. Bart-
lvtt, D. Davis, W.
Bollior, M. Millor.
Third row: P. Mc-
Carthy. T. Summers.
C. Young. M. Pina.
K. Lindoll. L. Huff-
man, J. Gustafson, P.
Pzissnioro, B. Hoag.
C. H1-nry. M. Taylor.
R. Kolly, B. Spotts-
wood. Fourth row K.
Andvrson, C. Monzios.
C. Albin, V. Stow. B.
Konnody. C. Ed-
munds. B. Davis, G.
Upton, B. Parchini.
B. Brabo. R. Hondo.
Front row, 11-ft to
right.: Y. SHIIHS, P.
Fish. A. Rob'-rtson,
B. Booro. C. Domin-
gnoz, L. Farr. M.
Lund, P. Lorst. S.
Davis, D. Wr-HS. D.
Smith, T. Buc'klvS. R.
O'Bris-n. S4-Pond row:
K. Bai-k. J. Poarco.
Ti. Isravl. D. Laufvn-
horg, T. Diovknian, R.
Trozona. .T. Jacob-
Qin. C. Boyvr, Fl. Roifl
Fl. VVillian1S. M. Wil-
son. D. Bloomquist.
G. Dias. L. Baglie.
Class of '58
Class of '58
Front row, loft to
right: Claudine Hou-
inson, Elizabeth Ford,
Sarah Mitchell, Limull-
Joan Williams, Lutllyl
Skinnvr, Joannv Diaz,
Mary Laurin, Alma
row, loft to right:
William Baker, Stop-
.lamvs Hopper, Jams-5
Brogioli, Patrick Dun-
das, Lvstl-r Livu,
Duane- Fricscn. Ps-tc-r
Bowman, Lieth Ll--
won, Nina Clark.
Third row: Storm-n
Matson, Mike Gvrling.
.Tim Barkor, Francis
Paige, Howard Dv-
drick, Doug Quivtt.
.lohn Davy, Jerry Jon
kl, Lf-0 Forman, Gor-
don Smith, Jack
SEPTEMBER 13-School openedp new and old students
met to begin another year.
SEPTEMBER 22-The Seniors welcome a class of 500
students at the Freshmen Reception.
OCTOBER 22-We lost the Big Game to San Rafael,
OCTOBER 23-The Honor "T"ers were initiated in the
OCTOBER 29-The annual G.A. dance-"Stairway to
NOVEMBER lO-Champions! and possessors of the
silver football as the Indians sunk the Pirates in the Civil
War, 29-141 ! !
NOVEMBER l5-l8--Seniors and Sophomores struggled
through four days of the Iowa Tests.
NOVEMBER 24-"Flirtation Walk" was presented by
the Freshmen, then Thanksgiving vacation.
DECEMBER 2-The football players were honored at
the first Fall Winner's Dinner, which was sponsored by
DECEMBER 10-ll-Tam basketballers got under way
and brought home a trophy from the Vallejo Tournment.
Nice Going fellows! !
December l7-The first organizational dance at Tam
was a success with "Mistletoe Magic."
IANUARY 4-We beat the San Rafael hoopsters in a
tough battle 53-48!
IANUARY 15-Tam played host to a successful
Student Leaders' Conference. That evening attended
"Dance Around the World"-by the
IANUARYZI-Campaign speeches and Student Body
IANUARY 21-22-"Ever Since Eve"-Senior Play.
IANUARY 28-We wished the snow bunnies good-luck
I 5 on their first trip for the year. END OF THE SEMESTER.
' FEBRUARY 4-"Charlie Bird" entertained at the PA!
.9 Rally and the Sock Hop!
4 FEBRUARY ll-"Cupid's Frolics," our Valentine Dance.
A FEBRUARY l8-The faculty, lead by Mr. Crawford and
Mr. Wylie, ran all over the lettermen in an uproarious
FEBRUARY 26-Many monsters were seen at the
March 25-We danced to the music of Ray Hackett
at "Sand n' Surf," the fabulous Iunior Prom.
APRIL l-We weren't fooling when we outswam Drake
APRIL 15-Spring Music Concert-"Musicirama"
APRIL l6-County Track Meet!
APRIL 25-29-Time to show off our good work-Public
MAY 4-The G.A. Tea and Fashion Show was pre-
sented to the mothers.
MAY 27-Oh, Yes! the Letterman Dance!
MAY 4-5-Mr. Bode and cast produced "Stage Door."
IUNE I7-Schools out! ! PAI distributed! I ! Senior
Farewell! ! !
We danced our hearts out in the Regency Room of the
Huntington Hotel at our Senior Ball ........
' ' IUNE I9-Four Years, Alas! ! GRADUATION
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Emily Sparks Ulla Jokmen Pat Berge
SeCF6taI'y Treasurer Yell Leader
Student Body 0fHcer.s'
A highlight ot lud Foreman's tall presidency was the North Bay League
Student Leaders' Conference held at Tam. These conferences, meeting
twice yearly, bring together representatives of titteen bay area schools
for discussion ot various phases ot high school lite.
The Pep Club made its initial appearance at Tam and has provided
more color, spirit and noise at games.
While one club was added to the Constitution, the Dance Committee
was discontinued tor lack ot finances.
Tam's lnterschool Relations Committee was composed ot the Fall
otticers. These Tamites helped plan the tall dance sponsored by this or-
ganization. "Dance Around The World," held at Marin Catholic.
A major improvement was completed at Tam during the spring ad-
ministration ot president, Mike Durrie. The boys locker room was tin-
ally put into operation.
The spring student body officers were among Tam's representatives
at the second N.B.L. Student Leaders Conference, this time at Vallejo.
They also planned the spring I.R.C. dance, held at Tarn.
Besides the locker room, two more innovations came to Tam in 1955.
A History Club was organized and received a seat in Student Congress.
And the P.T.A. sponsored several Winners Dinners in honor ot Tarn's
spring and tall athletic teams.
Grace Melbern Anne Ledin Bill Wallace
Secretary Treasurer Yell Leader
Fiwmt row, 14-fi lu rigliti Pat B--rgl-, Ulla .Toliiiu-ii. Jurly MvKi111i1-y, Svcoxirl row: Marcia Wirth
Dan Mot:-, Suzi Mormiwz Lvilmu Daily, Emily Sparks. Tliirfl row: Jud Foruniaii, Bob GL-orge,
Jerry Strain, Bob Wallace, Mike Durric.
Executive Commit ee
Front imw. 11-It tu right: Kathy llm'slm1'g.:l1. Suzi Mmm-. Axim- L1-din, Grace- M1-lln-rn. VVQ-lilly
Harpor. Donna Tr-rzich. Socond 1-ow: Stow: Rvttviy Dan Mun-, Bill VVal1acc. Jud Furvmau.
Mike Durriv, Kvn Meade.
Left to right: Carol Ca11avz111. Jud FOI'f'11lHI1, Daw L'eo,gf-, Cami Wilson.
JJ3"ii2T:L2g,. Judie 'al Counc 7
Frunt row: Mikv DUl'1'iL'. S1-0111111 1-nw: A1111 l"X2l.!'llHNYUl'tll, John Wright. Gi1111i1- S4-114111, Daw-
Front row, left to right: Marcia Wirth, Suzi Moorv, Dan Moto, Joan Dias, Lori Bard. Pat 1
Bvrgv, Miko Durriv, Ulla Jokinvn, Ginny Sefton, Nottiv Gill, Judy Trau, Jud Foreman. Second
row: John Wright, Ernie Hoyt-r, Emily Sparks, Jane Peterson, Ann Farnsworth, Judy Mc-
Kinnvy, Ann Lvdin, MPl'CHt"l' Ervin, Donna Terzich. Third row: Al Gilbvrt, Tony Varnm-y,
Lonora Daly, Jani-t Mooring, Flo Gustafson. Fourth row: Bill Wallace, Ralph Brott, Jorry
Strain, Bob Wallaov, Bob Georgv, John Ehlon, Frances Daly. 5
W .,,., I
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Judy McKinney ..,,,,- 5 X 3
Student Con re s
Wendy Harper ,
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S ijgggzsi w I
Front row. lc-ft to right: Amir Ledin, lVIaurvvn Dias, Ginniv Svfton, Lori Bard, Judy Mc-
Kinnoy, .lorry Solbr-rg, Wendy Harpcr, Emily Sparks. Second row: Dave George, Donna
Turzich, Fern Kr-nn:-dy, Pat Bvrgv, Janv Peterson, Ann Farnsworth, Sid Chapin, Kathy
Horsburgh, Suzi Moore-. Graco M4-lborn. Third row: Jud Foreman, Dan Mote. John Schmit,
Jeff Van Cleve, Bill NVallaco, Jini Henderson, Grant Smith, Tom Kostic, Wes Hildreth, Mike
Durrio, Stow' Rettvr.
Suzi Moore Dan Mote
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lnfllllt row. 1v1't to right: Mirizml 'l'ivr1.an. Carol CliIl2lVdll, Gunny Sm-fton,
Front row, loft to right: Claude- Curlwy, Bonnie Bovan, Fran Thurlow
Ginny Svfton, Kathy Black, Donna Torzicli. Anne Lodin, Judy McKinney
Bvcky Simpson, Jan Thompson. Se-Cond row: Frank Forvnian, Suzi MiJ4Jl'l
.Tudy Bowman, Lenora Daly. Karon Laniorvv. Jane Hickman. Lois Hamilton
handy Lundquist. Me-rc'1-r Ervin. Killvr Mc'Bridv, Frank Wynn. Bill Wallace
Third row: Miko Tir-rnan. .lorry Strani, G11-nn Smith. Brum- Hossnian, Dau
Gt-orgl-. Mol Rzmdolplz. Miko Durrio. Dan Moto, Sam Daijogo. Arh-igh Hayes
Roland Purnoll, Alvin Conl--y, Jr-ff Van Clvvo.
Steve Retter Donna Terzich
lfrank Wfyiili, Kathy Blank. Put Katz. Jn-rry Solhl-rg. Annu Lcdiii, Emily
Sparks. Sm-m14l ruwi Jr-an Wilson, Judy MuKinxx--y. Dianu Kipp, Joanne:
I'h'win, Kathy N1-hw-r, Mivliiv Liam-S, We-nrly Ilariwr, Sylvia Voirvl. Beth
Thomas, Vic-ki Shimnein, Mirkv M4-silman. 'Third row: Steve Rott:-r, Donna
Tn-rzich, Miko Te-ilnian. Jim Sc-ltm-r, Sim Bowman, Sid Chapin, Karon Engel-
hart, Lana Chang, Bruce Rossnian, Judy, Trau, Jann Potvrson. Fourth row:
Jvfl' Van Ch-vo. Bill Wallau-. llank Lmcy. Sam Diajogo, John Ehlr-n, Jin:
St.x-vonsoii, John Sf-hrnitt. Karon Lemioreo. Curt Coburn. Fifth row: .Torry
Stram. Tom Gooflzilv. John M1-i1-iwliviks, Howiw Lascy. Dan Moto, Larry
Qvistgaard, Fl-lton Kr-nnody. Bob Lzwch. Todd Young. Jud Forvman, Tom
Kostic. Curt Hoffman. Bob G:'flI'zi,'11,
Front 1'1vw. loft tm righrii Dar ZVZUU-. Suzi Moorv, Pat Br-rg:-. Ulla J0ki11u11. Emily Sparks
1-c'u11rl row: Bob Gcorge, Jud F01'1'Illal'1, Miko DU1'l'iC.
Inter-School Re ations ammit ee
l4'1'u11t naw, lvft tu right: S11-vv l'f1'Ul'I', Gram- MllllJ4'I'll. Suzi M0u1'n-. Sl'CU1ld ruw: A111111 Lmiin
Mlm- DlIl'l'i4'. Dl7llll3. Tt1'ZiQl1, Ilill Wallacv,
row: Miki- Durrie.
John Ehlen Donna Terzich
Prmif royv, hlft to right: Jerry Sirzun, Larry Qv1Stg'aarci, Donna Tvrzicrh, John Ehlfn
Judy MKfI'Illl11K1y', .Jn-i'i'y'Saihvrg, Svcoiirl row: Sandra Gufivl, Marva Harm-y, Joy Hoig
-IEFIII1-71' Tliunipsrmi. Thlrri row: M1111-1-1' Ervin, Eugm-nv 1VIc'Gv0rgv. .lim Ste-veiisoii
Vu-kl gillllllillll, Sue- IIN-rail, .I01'r'y il4'lllil'I'SUI1, Norrxizl Whitv, Bvrta Gurcivnm-r. Fourth
Election and urvey Committee
Ifiwiit row. If-ft in I'i,2'ht: Curt lIufl'mzxn, Be-1-ky Sinlpsmi. Gs-nny S1-ftmi. Jack
Nlarks, Mvrm-r Ervin. Phil f2il'il2ll'1iSUI1, Mzuiiw-ii Lascy, ,Iurly M1'Kilill4'Q',
Svcrmfi row: Pat Bvrgc-. Wvmly Tlarywr, lXT2'l.Xll'f'1'Il Dias, Judy Bowman, Fvrn
K4-nnrkdy, Lois Hamilton. Beith Thomas, Mivkim- Liapvs, Janvt Ilayvs, Emily
Sparks. Third row: SN-vw R4-t'v1', Jwrry Stram, .Iuhn Elilvn. Eugi-nv Mr Georg:-.
Arlvigh Hayes, Tom Goorialc-, Tom Kostic, VVm-S Hildrvili.
Judy McKinney Tom Kostlc
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lfront row, lPft to right: Marva Harvy. Larry fQlllSlg2121l'fl, Emily Sparks. Joan Dias, Judy
Mm-Kinnm-y. Judy Bowman, Brucv Rossnian, Miriam Til-rnan, Kathy Mersereau, Dianf- Kipp.
Sl-omni rmv.: Joanne Erwin. Maurm-n Dias, Ulla Jukinan, Mau-ia Wii'tl1, Jane Peterson, Toni
Vai-nl-y, Nvttiv Gill, Caroh- Wilson, .Inlay iVIrClui-4-, Pinky Cummings, and Mary Chapman.
Third row: Bonniv Reardon, Jano Hickman. Bvvky Simpson. Ann Farnsworth, Dave Barnburg,
Czirolv M1-alman. and Sally Cladwell. Fourth row: Brian Randolph, Phil Smith, Jim Montv,
Kvvl-l Williams, Dave Sondborn, Bill Wallaczv, lluwiv Lascvy, St:-wart Mclndoc, and Mike
Budget and Finance fomrmttee
Front row. 11-ft to right: Davv Georgv. Ulla Jokinen. Annl- Lvdin. Si-cond row: Wendy
Harp:-1', Chris Hardy. Jvrry Solbnrg. Majorifi Freeman, Borinii- Ri-arrirm, Marva Harvc-31
Tliir-ci row: Frank Wynn. Sally Lillvston, Beth Thomas. Bobbin- Maisac. Judy Trau. Fourth
row: J01'i'y Strain. .lim Hvndvrson, Didi Raven. Sally Clafiwvll. W4-s Hildrvtli, Dianp Kipp.
Frfmt row: Carol CPIIIHVHII. Judy 1N1CKillIlt'5', Emily Sparks. Svcfond 1'0XVZ St:-Vv Rm-ttvr,
Matin-w Perry, George Cagwiu.
1'il'Hllt, ruw, I1-ft to right: Ulla Jtlkillllll. Phil Smith, Mivkiv Lmfw-S. Iiullrln Brutt. S1-vmul
row: Tum Kmwfifz Curt Ilwfflllilll. Frank VVym1, Bmmiv Bevan, Arlm-igh Hayvs, Wvmiy
Il3.l'IT4'I', Wvs Hildreth,
Judy McClure, Alice Freeman,
Bill Wallace Toni Varney
Front row, li-ft to right. Kmel Williams, Linda Sclioening, Mic-ki Liapvs Tom
Varm-y, Ann Earnswortli, Bill Wallace. Jam-t Mcm1'ii1g, Judy Bowman. Margi- Friiman
Back row: Phil Smith, Mi-rcwr Ervin, Tom Buckles, Abby Wasserman, Carol Muxphy
F1-wilt row, lvft to right: Ami Farnsworth, Grant Smith, S1-cuiid row: Sill
Cilzlpih, Carol Gillvtt, .ludy Bowman, Mickie Liapm-S. Linda Schoeniug. .Tami
Pi-tmwsuli. Abby VVasSi-rman. Third row: Toni Varnvy, Phil Smith. Kathy
llnrshurgli, Sandra Joni-S. Judy Hartnack, Wvndy Harpi-r, Judy Bowman.
Carol Canavan. Liz Cummings. Dc-ana Forbes. Fourth row: Lila Farr. Bomiii-
Bi-van, Bruco Krafting, Arli-igh Hay:-S. Jim Monte-. Linda Thoman, Mauri-1-n
Ann Farnsworth-Grant Smith
For-vnian, Miko Durrie, Dan Huddlcson.
Front row, left to right: Pat Bergen Wonfiy llarprr. Dana Curriv, Nvttio Gill, Bob Gvorgv,
.lorry Stram. Hank L1-cy, Ginny Softon, Mike-l Schwartzkopf. Allvn R4-in. Second row: Marcia
Wirth. Bill Wallace-, Graco Mm-lbvrn, Judy McKinnvy, Suzi Moorv, Stovo Re-ttcr, Carol Canavan,
Kathy Mswsoi-eau, Larry Qvistgaard, Lori Bard, Toni Varncy. Third roy: II0wi Lascy, Frank
Front row, lm-ft to right: Kal't'll Curnctt, Donna D1'llU.'l'lUlll, Abbe Wassi-rinzin, Suzi Moor:-.
Second row: Frank Wynn. Miki-l Suhwartskopf. Wi-ndy Ilarpvr, Mercvr Ervin. Marva Harwy.
Third row: .lofi Van Cleve, Ralph McGlothlen. .lorry Milton, Felton Kvnnmiy. Fourth row:
Phil Richardson Bill Wallace, Sid Chapin, Dick Powers.
Front I4 1 1 G au M1 11111 1VI1kd qL'1W3.l 1 11111 Tmhl Young W1111 y I ll 111
Pat B1 xg B 1a11 f111ciolpl1 M 11.1111 1111 an 1111111 1 1111 V11 1 Qllll 1111011 .0111 11111
Lev F0l'l'IIlUIl, Bob Gvorgo. Davv Sa111lhu1'11, Fred Bl'OIll1'l'IllZlll, Dan Moto. Qarn Daijogo. .Indy
MCKiI1ll1fj', Bobbin Maisac. Bob Wallaw-. nI1'I'Ct?I' Ervin and Sandy Gudvl.
Ral y Committee
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1 Fall Y1-ll Lf-21111-1':4. 14-ft to right, frmmi rmfw: VVvmiy Iiarpvlt Pat Bvrgw, Bank ww: Todd Young.
Brian lflzmcirvlplm. 2. Hwzui Y:-ll Ls-:id--V: Pat B--rgn-, 33 - 5 Rally sw-vu-S, ti. SHIlgl1'21d1'1'S1 front mw.
lm-ft to right: Couniv Bumi, Sylvia Vwizw-l. A1111--LLP Fm-Mig, Bunk www: Dann CKll'1'il', Jam-t VV:
Szmdy Gudvl, Javkiv Vulz, Mi-lrium 'Ti4'I'IlIlll. T. H1-:ui Y4-ll L1-:UIQ-1': Bill VVal1aC4-, S. S111
L--1141-11-si Paula Ifwstf-1-. Bill Wullau-fx. Mm'l1-n-- 111111111-5'.
1"i'0lll 1'11w, if-ft 111 right: Dimuzi 'l'1'l'Zi4'ii, Mikv Dlli'i'i4', MQI'K'l'l' ICI'Vill. Secmiri naw, Lori Bard,
Suzi NI11111-1-, L4-110111 Daly. Tl1i1'ci 1'uv.', M12 Gibtllfll, Iiiuii S11y11111111'. G1'zu'i11 Mk'llll'I'1l, Bill VValluuc-,
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Fall Editor: Spring Editor:
Marcia Wirth Nir. Gibson Kathy Horsburgh
19111111 ww, lvft, tu right: A2111 S111-liu11, Rick SC'XlIlIrlll', Malria. Wirth. Siltlillii row: Dick PlJNVt5l'S
G1':1m- Ms-1114-1-11. Hunk Lavy, M13 Giimsun, Ll'l11il'?1 billy. Carol M2LI'lcillil', Kathy lI411'Sburgh.
Mr. Gibson, Mr. ChOU1'I'f' and Mr. Paine
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Business Mngr: Art Editor: Copy Editor: Photo Editor: Sports Editor: Cartoon:
Dan Mote Jim Monte Kathy Horsburgh Rodger Jacobsen Mike Durrie Bruce Krefting
C5 Pai Staff
Front row, lm-ft to right: Dick Powers, Hank Lucy, Rogvr Jacobsen. Brucu Krefting. Svcond
row: Ginnie Sufton, Grace Molbvrn, Lori Bard, Jerry Solborg, Mickio Liapcs, Kathy Horsburgh,
Suzi Moore. Third row: Jim Monte-, Mike DUI'I'i!f'. Lenora Daly.
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Front row, ll-ft to right: Janvt Iluyws,
flllllllll Svftrm, Diauv Fnrtini, Suzi Muorv.
Sn-rmirl www: Hank Lvl-j.'. Dianl- Pnllack.
Szimlra Luiuiquist. Kenny Nix-adv. Third row:
l"l'l'Il Brvizu-1'n1z1li, GiJI'Cll!ll Smith, Bill XVallaf:m-,
Kan'--11 I4Zlllllll"'l', Lemwzi Daly, Lvl- Frm-ihaii.
Publicity and Sales Managers
Lenora Daly and Suzi Moore
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Jw ' 3? 'K
Front ww. ls-ft to right: Mr. Cl10l1l'l'l', Haus Sc:l1wu1'tsfugv1',
Jim Tcsussvy. and Doug Be-llah.
Svcond row: .lim Carlton. Jim Harris. Rich Larson. Al M
Gillm-ath. and Darrvll D1-Martini. F'
Chourre Print Shoo
Front row. loft to right: Lori Bard, Dan Moto, John Ehlvn, Phil Rivllardson. Mike Athanas-
'K Siados. Suzi Moorw-. Frank Wynn. Janv Pvtvrson. Svcond row' Wvndy Robson. Marjorie Frmw-niari.
H Cynthia Brownv. Barbara Allossio. Miki-l Svhwartskopf. Marilyn Bagshaw. Diane Kipp, Carol
O Y Wolcott. Judy Bowman. Priscilla Spirf-s, Carol Gillvtt. Third row: T1-nny Coulon, Biltty Liapvs.
Nl Holly Ring. Val Dvnson, Audrey Smith. Judy MCKinnvy. Fourth row: Barbara Shrioyv, Caroli-
Moalrnan, Janvt Hayvs, Lila Farr, Sur- Doll. Carolyn Nvhwr, Bonniv B4-van. Joannv Hopps-r.
3 Donna Tm-rxic-h, Marya Haryvy, Both Thomas, Emily Sparks, Mrs. Bakr-r
J J' Ilonor T
Betty Benjamin, Pat Berge
641 Tomio cbolar I: Jo ede ation
Front row, loft to right: Pat Bergv. Michael Schwartzkoff, Bonnit Boyer, Mrs. Mary
Bakvr. Judith Aikon. Kav Yodvr. Botty Benjamin, Gt'flI'g4' Diniitroff. Joyco Gilardi.
Sorrond row: Florence Gustafson, Barbara Alessio, Mary Chapman, Sonja Johnson,
Dianv Kipp, Mickif- Ll3.flti,'f. Third row: John Wright. Stl-vv Rs-ttvr, Gvorgn Knock. Ann
Farnsworth. Vickie Shinnin. Maur:-on Dias Carole Wilson, Allvn Rvin. John Wilkinson.
Fourth row: David Hain. Michas-l Palnn-r. Harold Schutzniann. Jud Foreman, L1-nora
Daly. Dan Moto. Suzi Monro . W
Front row, left to right: Emily Spark:-1, Liz Houston, Karon Engle-hart, Ann
Farnsworth, Bonnio B1-van, Audrvy Smith, Wrfndy Harpvr, Ulla .lokinn-n. Larry
Qvistgaarri. Sm-cond row: Lore Lefy, Ann Shvlton, Flor:-nov Gustafson. Davv San-
born. Ernio Hoyslr, G+-orgv Nock. Barbara Gunn, Bonniv Rvardon, Marcia Wirth,
Bob Gvorgn-, Pat B4-rgm-. Third row' Roh Sikora, Tom Kostic Earl Abhott, Curtis
Hoffman, Dan Moto, Lori Bard. Miko Durrie. Gram- Mvlbl-rn, Pat Katz.
Flo Gustafson, Ernie Hoyer,
Ann Farnsworth, Barbara Gunn.
Front row luft to right' Jovcv Gilarlli Cnrinnm' Purnvll, Lurv L1-V. Kay Yodvr, Sue- Dull, Emily
Sparks, Bonnie Ri-arrion, Ulla Jokinvn, Wm-ndy Harpvr, Cynthia Brownv, Sl'l'Ullil rowi Susie- 3
Brooks. Barbara Allvsio. Ann Farnsworth, Ann She-lton, Sonja Johnson. .lohn Wilkinson. Thirri Lf 'U '-
rowz G1-orgv Diniitroff, Mikel Sczhwartskopf, Bomiiv Boyc-r, Flo Gustafson, Miukiv Liapvs, 3, I 5
Shirlvy Pirwira, Priscilla Spirfis, Joy Hong, Alan Rvin, Dan Mott-, Pat Bergv, Carol Wilson, 'MIL
Mary Chapman. Fourth rowi David Ham, Harold Sczhutzman, Miko Palmer. Tim Lyman, Jud
Foreman, Ge-org? Kuock, Curtis Hoffman. Tom Lu-ch, Bob Sikora, Rogvr Boates. B1-tty Bc-njamin, I
Erniv Hayor, Mimi Ham. Mr. Potts.
Front row, left to right: Carol Wood, Mickey Liapes, Bonnie Bevan, Alan
Rf-in, John Wilkinson. John iWr-ight. Cynthia Browne, B4-tty Benjamin, Wendy
Ilarpvr. Second row: Liz Houston, Emily Sparks. Mikel Schwartzkopf, Bonnie
Boyer, Mary Chapman. Sonja Johnson, Kari-n Englehart, Pat Bvrgo, Ann
Shi-lton, Grace Mvlha-rn, Mike Durrie. Third row: Ann Farnsworth, Brian
Randolph. Marcia Wirth. Fourth rowi Goorgo Dimitroff, Tom L04if'll. Harold
Svhutzman, George Nock. Bob Sikora, Tom Kostic, Dan Moto, Jud Foreman,
Curtis Hoffman, Erni-st Iloyvr. Larry Qvistgaard.
Ann Shelton, Bonnie Boyer
Front row: Sandra Jones,
Bea Hebert, Jane Pigney
Back row: Pete Sternloff,
Michael Walker, Bob Nlan-
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Front row: Diane Kipp, Suv Doll, Danny Moto, Pat Bergm-, Cynthia Brown, Jani:
Pigns-y, Mikel Schwartzkopf, Sandra Joni-s, Lou Anna Hartz, N1-ttiv Gill, Emily
Sparks. Sara Richardson, Second row: Julie Stone, Kathy Morserau, Kitty
VVoofis, Bonniv Mt-Grvgur, Windy Robson, Alex Randolph, Betty Benjamin,
Nan:-y Whitney. Romona Mondragon, Kar--n Englehart. Vickie Shimmin. Reona
Ni-al. Marjorie Dakl-n. Li-ila Loudon. Judy Erskine. Third row: Jim Slvtzor. Bob
Congl-r. Pete Str-rnlol'i'. Shirley MCFOAX. Marc Smith. James VValt0n, Robert C.
Manning. Bill Parachini, William McBridv. Barbara Johnson. G4-orgv Porrymori-,
Carol McKibben. Bi-tty Coleman. Fourth row: Wayne Kennedy, Gs-raid Kalfas,
Svott Spirvs. James Battle.
Rirh. Marilyn Calhoon.
Al lm Rlw Tau
Front row, loft to right: Abby Wassisrman, Ls-la Loudon, .luriy Aiki-n,
Lynn Smith, Karon Cornvtt, Ulla Jokinon, Dana Curriv, W4-nriy Harpi-r,
Sc-cond row: Bobby Maisau. Carol Cunavan. Gloria Balm-r. Lynn Nugm-nt,
Martha Sclniioder. Km-vol Williams, Toni Varna-y, Brian Randolph, .janv
Pignvy, Carol Altshuli-r. Third row: Poggy Waist. Nancy Whitnvy, Kay
Johnson, lfliln-vii Walkvr. Sandy Whitni-y. Carolyn N1-ln-r. Linda Sc-hovning.
Ann Farnsworth, Mikol Scliwartzkopf, Dianv Forlini, Karr-n Ilalling. Joy
Hong. Fourth row: Mar:-:ton Morgon, Emma Erickson, Franw-S SCl1l'OPdt'l'1
John Grant, Gladis Llovs-ll, Conniv Casvy, Joann Ronning, Auflrvy Smith,
Holly Ring. Val Dvnson, Joann Ilopiwr, Marva Harvc-y. Mr, Boussvy, Jean
Wilson. Bark row: Bob McCaw, Cliff Rivers, Jimmie Whvvlvr, Marilyn
Bagshaw. Mivhavl Palm--r, Bruc-v Ki-4-fting, Carolyn Young. Bud Smith.
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Y Front row, lc-it to right: Suv Enos, Diario
Seconrl row: Paula Fostr-r, Kathy Black, Misa Walker Marlin: Moonu Kaiin
Si ma kappa Al lm
Loft picturv: front row, loft to right: Linda Loser, Kathryn McMurran, Ginniv
Si-fton. Jan Enibry. Shirloy Winthvr, Karen Cornet. Nettiv Gill, Joanna Ronning,
Iudy Marvin. Second row: Linda Suhoi-ning, Conniv Casvy, Carolyn Nehor, Diane
Kipp, Priscillia Spin-s. Clair Crompton, Mik+-l Schwartzkopf, Linda Hawk. Roona
Ni-al. Dorothy Clawlvy. Annvttil F1-rtig. Third row: Joyce Sirnonizm, Jean Marczhini,
Alvx Randolph. Chris Hardy, Carol Wilson, Bonnie Bvyan. Shirloy Winslow. Fourth
row: Holly Ring, .lm-an Wilson, Judy Mc:Kinnvy, Bill Wallacm-, Lonora Daly, Kari-n
Laniorw-, Howiv Lasvy, Brian Randolph
Right IllCtLlI'l'l Front row. loft to right: Corky Ki-onan. Jerry Solbvrg, Judy Bowman,
Dana Currier, Miriam Tiornan, Ulla Jokinvn, Pat BF-rgv, Cathy Nehvr, Abby Wassvr-
man. Sw-cond row: Emma Ericson, Franrziv Daly, Donna Rvystead. Donna Torziccli,
Sylvia Rapp. Carolyn Young, R4-lwrca Simpson. Janicv Thompson, Betty Colvrnan,
Third row: Mya Litt, Judy Smith. Suv Kirkland, Liz Houston. Sally Cladwvll, Gloria
Bakf-r. Gail Mattln-ws, Karon Schoening. Fourth row: Dianv Booth. Jann Hickman,
Kitty Woods, Sally Lilllhston, Ami Lodin, Robvrta Masaic. Linda SfEll0f'I'1iTlg, Carolyn
Nm-hor. Elizalwth Cummings. Fifth row: Grant Smith. Ricky Soymour, Phil Smith,
Carl Knutson. Miki' Tivrnun, Joyw- Gvlardi, Mic-kie Mvalnian, Elainv Walki-r, Hank
Li-cy, Judy Eakifn, Sam Diajogo.
'iont NIV. right: Sandy Sivbl-rt, Joann Erwin. Karon Cornett, Nvttir- Gill, Lil
Houston Tlnusa Sonmn-rs, Claire Crompton, Kari-n Hunt. Stvphaine- do Gorog, Sonja Johnson.
Sxooud row Fun K1 nm-dy, Sylvia Voirol. Joyrs- Gilardi, Mary Chapman, Sarah Richardson.
Liapos, Carolv Wilson, Judy Bowman, Karen Halling. Ii-env Bi-ll. Third
Front row, lift to iight Nliiiam Tuinan, Ulla, Jokimu Siumd row Grace
Grace Melbern, Arliegh
Hayes, Marcia Wirth
Me-lbvrn, Sally Clariwvll, Gloria Bakr-r, Maruia Wirth. Third row: Mr. Bell,
Lori Bard, Aimcma Springzwtt. Carol Canavan, Adrianna Van Winklc-, Bob
Gv0i'gv. Fourth row: Chuvk Rixford. Bob Siknra. Suzi M0Ol'l', Dan Motu Larry
Qvistgaard, Fifth ww: Didi IlZlVL'1'1, Roland Purnell, Juhn Ehlvn, Arloigh Hayvs.
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L it to I1 ht Suv Enos, Mickio Mealrnan, Cynthia Browne, Mariam Tiernan, Bt-cky Simpson
Girls' Association ounci
Being one oi Tam's largest organizations, the Girls' Association, is also
one oi the most active.
The tall semester saw the successful developement of the Big Sister
program. ln conjunction with this came the Freshman Reception.
"Serenade ln Blue" provided the theme tor the traditional Girls' Dance.
Always one ot Tam's biggest dances, this year's was no exception, with
girls asking the boys.
Later in the term, a Christmas Banquet and the Sunny Hills Grape
Festival combined to keep President, Cynthia Browne and her com-
Causing much controversy during the Spring presidency ot lane
Peterson was the question oi uniforms tor girls. After a hotly debated
election, the issue was soundly deieated.
Among the G.A.'s spring activities were the Mother's Tea and fashion
show and the Senior Girls' Luncheon, given by the junior girls.
Fiont IOVS left to right: Diane Fortini, Wendy Ilarper, Jane Peterson, Emily Sparks. Second
xx M1 Larson, Sylvia Voirt-1, Denny Decker.
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Y Front row, 14-ft tri right: John Wilkinson. Kin Lliark. 54'-1-01211 row: Mlss 1-torn,
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Jim Clvu-land, Harold Scehutznian, .Inn Martinoni. Miko Athanassiades.
Meriai Havstad, Nova Cavagnero,
Beth Thomas, Bonnie Bevan,
Spanish Ilonor Society
Front ww. li-it to right: Nova Cavagliai-0, Carol Vhilcfitt, Dinm- Kipp.
Audrily Smith, Barbara Gunn. Svc-cmd mw' Suzi liiiwile, Bwmiv R1'H1'IiO1l.
.lvrry Solbi-rg, Lvnora Daly, Erika. Black. Third VINVZ Miss Stump. Bvth
Thomas, Joycn- Gelarnii, Bonnie Bs-Van, Barbara Alhssio, Suv Dull, Judy'
Front row, left to right: Chris Hardy, Diane Kipp, Shirley Pierera, Marilyn Taylor, Anita
Nelson, Sandy Bishop, Cynthia Browne. Audrey Smith, Gwen Scheuerrnann, Sue Smith. Second
row: Kay Yoder. Bonnie Boyer, Carla Henry, Karen Lyndel. Mari Anita Becker, Joan Flyge,
Carol Vvalcott, Bev Peterson, Irene Cage. Marva Harvey, Ann Shelton, Violet Butterfield, Lila
Farr, Linda Thoinan, Carole Meahnan, Susan Doll, George Cagwin, Kathy Mercereau, Lana Chang.
Thirll row: John Wilkinson. Mrs. Pittenger, Joan Millzner, Betty Hoag. Judy Orvis, George
Diniiti-off. Linda Huffman, Dorothy Hinshaw. Alan Rein, Barbara Alessio, Corrine Purnell, Kathy
Ilorshurgh. Karen Engelhart. Mikel Schwartzkopf. Annette Shugrue, Roger Boates. Fourth row:
Robert Lamb, Lindsey Cage, Earl Abbott, Frank Pitt, Micheal Palmer, Raul Silva, Jan Doe, Dick
Powers, Toni Wishart, Phil Sinith, Howie Lacey, Mike Gerling.
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Front row, left to right: Carol VVolef-tt, Joanne Flyge. Mike Gerling, Judy McClure. Betty ELEH -AL
Hoag. Sally Caldwell, Donnie Boyer. Lynda Thonnin. Sue Sniith, Paul Stoors, Marva Harvey. sTRA1
Second row: Kathy Merczereau, Cynthia Browne, Anita Nelson, Ann Shelton, Violet Butterfield. gi '
'lnird row: Lana Chang, Diane Kipp, Carla Henry, Annette Shugrue, Dorothy Hinshaw, Bev Kiki .'
Peterson, George Cagwin, Pete Henderson, Jesse Adams, Gwen Scheuernfiann, Marilyn Taylor. W
Fourth row: Willie hfctor, Carol Conger. Kay Yorler, Mrs. Pittenger, Gail Beard. Chris Hardy, '1-'Z-,," I'
Grat Wilson, Mikel Schwartzkopf, Patsy Passinore, Earl Abbott. Torn Wishart, Ed Zuber, Net'
Charles Iloaglin, Vxfilson Clymer, Lindsey Cage, George Dirnitroff, Robert Lanxb.
't'w,1 'g:.- iz . .1 :.f.
Gill4-th-. Pat Pl-hiv-1'. Put M'C'z1riliy, Mi-rw-1' Ervin, Suzi lllmm-. Svc-mul rim"
Caruli- Mi-zilmzin. Lv-tha lizirI'iS. Margi- l"l'4't'Ill8ll. Kari-n Linflf-ll. Mary Ann--
Majrrr. Kay Combs, Susan Alwywr. Thiril 1-mv: Pnl 'I'lm111psfm. Davin Garvia
Fredda Cnrboti, .lziynv BL1Sf'l1lIlZiHll, Ernvstinm- Slflflllllv, Bi-v VV:1tkins, Casvy
Coolirlgf--. Fourth ruw: Carolyn Brown. Oni-ifla Mzili-nliii, Pat, l"2Al1lkIll'l', Donna
Martin. Toni Bowl-li, 14wI'2llll'1'H Daly. Palm Faulkni-r, Shi-ri Bak:-r. Filth row:
Judy Scott, Bunniv McCarthy, Carolyn Hui-fOr, Kathi-rinc Hurt. Daisy Pruitt,
Chris VVv-isi-nlio-inn-r, Linda Luxe-r. Sixth row: Mzirgari-t MvAlliSu'r, Judy
Swart. Ann Chi-ltun, Kay Brnwk. Kitty V.'om'lS. V1-rlin VW-svrvtt.
Front ruw. lvft tn right: Mzirgv Mc'Allist1-r, Erni-slinfi Sig'i1fmi. .Tr-zillllwltv Eddy, .Judy
McGlrvt,h1-n, Casvy Csmlidgm-, l+'rvclilu C1-1'ln-tt, Cunnin- Egbvrt, Mimi llznn. Se-Cmnl rnw:
Shvila Bluinviisun. ,Iuwly Orvis, Pani Wilson, Nanvy Claussn-n, Sue Mrvyi-1', Sandy Lund-
auist. Kay Brrmk. Nanny Shutwvll. Myra VVillian1s. Buck row: Ralph Mn-Glothli-n, Bill
Santos, Dun Low, Cunrafl Williams, Ron Pasuw, Bill Mimi, Ed Zubi-r. Ed Bishop,
Allen Maxvy, Gary Bluunt, Nat Johnson, Franklin piits, Vkfayne Kwnns-dy.
Flon IU left to Ii 'ht Qur Fields Di l.Y1ll'1 Anil 1'-wil BUI'lT'lI'1 Sli iw C'xr0I
Front row. lvft to right: Fvlton K1-nnedv, Jann-S Battlo. Cliriss Smith, Clin-sts-r Pvarson. Back
row: M13 Gl't'1'IlXX'IJ1lfi. Rolanrl Purnvll. John iWIl4'I'4iir'l'iCkS, Pat Faulknm-r, Lindam-y Cagc.
Front row, loft to right: Lore-ii Bertonshaw, James Batting Viator Koppi-l, Sliirlvy Periera,
Bob Lonson. Doug Simmon. Dirk Bray. Corrinnv Purnvll. Pat Falknffr. Bill Cummings. Socond
row: Phil Monzval. Bill Marblv, Robbie Nz-ls-on. Gordon Mavhf-an, Conrad VVilliamS, Roba-rt
Siorvold. Franklin Pitt, Clif-stvr Pvarson. Roland Purnell. Tllirri row: Stan Barkman, David
Ham. Alan Vlann, Joff Whitf-. Mvlvin Randolph, Hap MaCGill, .Jim Wlwelor. Dirk Van Motor.
Majorottvs: Pvggy VVost, Norma Finnigan, Luis Hamilton, Adriana Van VVink1v, Shzuun At--11
Jackie Fontvs, Llwacil.
Front row. left to right: Dona Dt'lltl'1'l4llll, Marva Harvciy, Pat Bergc, Flo Gustafson, Wendy
Harp:-r, Lwnora Daly. Marcia Wirth. Gracv Mvlhvrii, Ulla Jokiniln, Vicki Shininiin. Ji-rry Sol-
br-rg. Paula Fostvr, Shirlvy Winthvr. Pat Katz. Si-cmifl rowz Lori Bard, Ann Farnswortli. Anne
Lvdih, Linda Losvr, Sylvia Rapp, Dfinna Torzicfli, Sus' Enos, Bvrta GZJ.l'lill1'l', Fran Thurlow,
Nancy Claussvn, Annvttv Fnrtig, B1-cky Simpson. .lanicv Tlioiiipsoii. Lou Anna. Hartz. Third row:
Mickio Liapos. Kathy Black, N4-ttir' Gill. Sylvia Voirf-l. Kvvvl Williams, Dianw Pollack. Jvrriv
Ili-iisvii, Nancy Cahill, Sandy Sz-ibm-rt. Cynthia Browne, Aurirvy Smith. Ginny Sefton. Fourth
row: Simi Moorv. B1-tty Coleman. Caroln Mvalnian. Tony Varnvy, Fifth rww: Beth Thomas,
Car4i'v VVilson. lYI2il'f.fH.l'4't Mc-Allistm-r. M+i1'cPr Ervin. Bonnie Bn-win, Bonniv Buyvr, Ann She-lton.
Bonnii- Ri-ardon. Carolyn Nehi-r, Juily McKinnvy. Mickief Mwalnian. Sally CLllflXV1'll. Chris Hardy.
Linda Srhowiiiig. Suv Kirkland, .lan Enibry. Suv Hearell, Carol Canavan, J:-an Wilson, Lore
Ley, Emily Sparks.
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Left to right: Beth Thomas, Chris Hardy, Anne Ledin Mrs. Flanagan
Steve Retter, Mike Durrie
Fr-ont row. lf-ft to right: Barry Batchlvr. Felton Kennedy, Rick Seymour, Sam
Diajogo, Fred Broniorman, Jud Fon-nian, Bob Whitman, Larry Davis, Tom Elliot,
Frank Forvnfian, Frank Coinrnins, Karl Knudson, Miko Anthony. Second row: Bob
Lvoch, Mol Randolph, .John Ehlc-n, Bob G4-orge. Ralph Brott, Bud Smith. Ji-rry
WalkQ1'. Phil Smith, Georgv Cagwin. Stl-vo Rs-ttvr. Gary Rogers. Bruce Rossman. Third
row: Miko Durrif-, Sid Chapin. Jeff Van Ch-vw, Jon lwfeym-S, Doug W1-bbor, Grant
Wilson, Bob Wallavss, Daw- Banibvrg, Chuck Rixford, Bob Casci, Horb Judson, Howie
Lacoy, Bill Siovors.
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Front row, lvft to right: Tom Elliot. Alvin Conh-y, Joe Joyc-4-, F11-li Bl'ilDlt'l'-
man. Larry Ortmaii. Frank Comiiiiiis, Bob Whitman, Sam Diajogo, Bruu- Rross-
man, Tnhy Trvzmia. G1-ralfl Milton. Svcoiid row: Jud Fore-man, Doyh- Naiic'-L,
ROg1'l'Alb1'l'lS1Jll, Paul Krvutvr, Bill Mf'Caw. Larry Davis, Hank Lvcy, Ks-ii Mvadv
Charh-s Upton. Jim Ilviiih-rsuii, F1-ltoii Kmim-dy, Third row: Je-rry Sirzmi. Jim
SU1V4'llS4lll, Frank Forvmaii, Don Dupont. Ralph MOGl0tl1l9n, Brucv Marshall.
Al Gilbl-rt. Dax'-A G4-orgv, Stl-ve R1-itvr. Bill Rosa. Claurle Curlvy.
Wess Hlldreth Wayne Kennedy Clade Curley
Tam's varsity basketball team enioyed only a mediocre season, with lack
of height and experience being the two items which hurt the Indians most
in wading through a rugged 25 game schedule. The record shows that the
Indians did pretty well in the practice season, winning nine games while
losing only eight. However, they were able to cop only two league contests,
which gave them an overall season record of ll wins against I4 losses.
Coach Chuck Crawford in his first season at the helm of the local varsity
inherited last year's high scoring "B" team intact, but lack of varsity game
experience plus a decided deficiency in rebound power hurt the Indians badly
in the late stages of their ball games.
Bright spots of the season included a last second victory over Marin Catholic,
a pair of thrilling wins over San Rafael, consolation honors in the Vallejo
tournament and a big trophy to go with it, and the two league decisions
Joe Joyce Bob Whitman Jim Henderson
LINCOLN, 72: TAM, 38
GALILEO, 51: TAM, 42
BALBOA, 44: TAM, 45
LOWELL IV'S, 24: TAM, 45
WASHINGTON, 57: TAM, 41
MARTN CATHOLIC, 50: TAM, 52
PLEASANT HILLS, 36: TAM. 45
IEFFERSON, 55: TAM, 32
PETALUMA, 59: TAM, 51
SACRED HEART, 61: TAM, 48
ANALY, 24: TAM, 32
SAN RAFAEL, 48: TAM, 52
DRAKE, 67: TAM 50
VALLEIO, 62: TAM, 46
SANTA ROSA, 69: TAM, 35
SAN RAFAEL, 47: TAM, 49
NAPA, 30: TAM, 36
VALLEIO, 63: TAM, 48
DRAKE, 71: TAM, 29
SANTA ROSA, 49: TAM, 29
NAPA, 46: TAM, 48
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SWIMMING SCHEDULE l955
Tuesday, March l, Lincoln
Thursday, March 3, Ieilerson
Thur., Mar. 10, Geo. Washington
Tuesday, March 15, St. Ignatius
Friday. March 18, Napa
Thursday, March 23, Berkely
Wednesday, March '30, Acalcmes
Friday, April I, Drake
Tuesday, April 12, San Rafael
Thursday, April 14, Cal Fresh
Tuesday, April 19. Lowell
Friday, April 22, Hayward
Tuesday, April 26, Richmond
Thursday, April 28, San Rafael
Tuesday, May 3, Drake
Thursday, May 5, Valleio
Wednesday, May 11, Mi. Diablo
Saturday, May 14. League Meet
May 20 and 21. N. C. S. Meal
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Coach Gus, Bob Casci, Bill Seivers Y
Coach George Gustaison's mighty l955 varsity swimming team has come
through with a remarkable season. The team, which is strengthened by many
lettermen from last year's championship team, is a strong iavorite to win the
North Bay League Championship, and it should also place high in the North
Coast Section Meet. With three more dual meets to go before the league meet
pn May 14th, the team has a very impressive record oi sixteen wins and one
The merman started out the season by scoring six victories over San Fran-
cisco schools, including a very close meet with the powerhouse from Lincoln
High. After polishing oft the city schools the Indians scored victories over such
schools as Berkeley, Acalanes, Drake, and Technical. Boasting a record
ci eleven straight wins, the mermen came up against the university ot Cali-
tornia Freshmen team. ln one ot the most exciting meets ot the season the
irosh lead all the way to the last relay, but the Tam depth over came the Cal
yearlings and won the meet 36-30. The boys had a record oi fourteen straight
wins when they met the Hayward Farmers, who have two All-Americans on
their squad, at the Hayward pool and were knocked out oi the undefeated
ranks. The team bounced back to score victories over San Rafael and
Richmond, and they should go into the league meet with a record ot nineteen
wins and one loss.
Bill Seivers and Bob Casci were elected co-captains tor the season.
Front row: Kent Quinn, J-ifl' Van C11-:uw-, Todd Young, Ge-cn-go Cagwin. Miki-AKiigorv John
Mic-r'divr'ks. Coach Gustafsoii. Si-vmid row: Miki- Durrie, Jolm MOYOIN Bill? CHSCI, Don Mlllvlk
Bill Seiviws, Ralph Brrvtt.
TRACK SCHEDULE OF 1955
Wed. March 9. S. Rosa A B C
Fri. March Il, Polyiechnic A B C
Wed. March 16. Napa A B C
Sat. March 19. St. Ignatius
Wed. March 23, Valleio A B C
Fri. March 25, Riordcm
Wed. March 30. Drake A B C
Fri. April l. Petaluma A H C
Tue. April 12. S. Rafael cmd St.
Scxt. April 16, County A B C
Wed. April 20.5. Rosa A B C
Sci. April 23. Martinez Relays
Wed. April 27. F. S.
Sat. April 30. Sub-League A B C
Wed. May 4. P.S. vs. Tomcrles ABC
Sat. May 7. League A B C
Sat. May 14. Divisional Meet A B
Sat. May 21. H. C. S.
Sai. May 28. State Meat
Front row. ln-ft to right: Jim Wlmm-ler, VV+-s Hildre-th, Jud Foreman, Bob Whitman, Willy
Hector, and John Ehlm-n. Second row: Coach Bennx-field. Herm McKee, Nat Johnson, Bob Leech,
Al Conlvy, Preston Johnson. Lee Mc Millian, Coach Crawford. Third row: Roger Albertson. Ben
Pruitt, Gary Woodniansoe, Jim Hendvrson. Miko Thompson, Chris Smith, and Felton Kennedy.
Coach Benefield's 1955 Varsity Track Team is one of the most
powerful track teams in Tam's history. They have gone undefeated
in league competition and are the only undefeated team in the
league race. With the Sub-league meet over, the team is Waiting
for the North-Bay League meet which is to be held on May 7th,
Because of their strength and depth in every event, the Tam team
is a strong favorite to capture the league title.
The Tam team breezed to an easy victory in the County Meet
and they won their Sub-League meet by scoring 114 points to
their nearest opponents, Vallejo, 46 points.
The consistant point-getters for the lndions this season were as
follows: Co-captain Al Conley, hurdles and relay, Co-captain Iud
Foreman, in the 440, discuss, broad-jump, Willie Hector, 1-lerm
McKee and lim Wheeler in the high-jump, Ben Pruitt and Mike
Thompson in the Weights, Andy Clark in the pole vault, Iohn
Ehlen in the mile.
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Co-captains Jud Fore
man and Al Conley
VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1955
March 3, Washington, here
March 8, Lincoln, here
March 9, Lowell, there
March 15, Balboa, there
March 18, Washington, there
March 23, San Rafael, A1berts's Field-S.R.
March 25, Lowell, here ..
March 31, Lincoln, there
Easter Week-Marin Catholic Invitational Touma-
ment-April 4-5, Albert's Field, San Rafael.
April 15, Galileo, here
April 26, Drake', there
May 6, Santa Rosa', here
May 10, Napa', here
May 13, Valleio', there
May 17, Drake', here
May 24, Santa Rosa, there
" Denotes League game.
Front row, left to right: Bob Foreman Bill Rosa. Larry Ortman, Frank Cummins, Bob Dunn.
Second row: Joe Joyce. Didi Bur-kc-ll, K1-n Meade, Hap McGill, Chuck Stwort, Donnie Dupont, Bill
Alicrian. Third row: Pete Pvt:-rson, Stan Wells, Donnie Ti-ol, Ward Miller, Laurvn Buckoltz.
Bob McCaw, Steve Rvtter and Coach Ray Bell.
The Tarnalpais Indians got oft to a slow start losing their iirst six straight
games, but broke the string beating Lowell at San Francisco ll-1. Up to the
date of May first the lndians have won four and lost nine, including a win
over the Drake Pirates in their North Bay League opener.
Due to the wet weather two of the opening NBL league games were rained
out but were made up later in the season.
The Indians have beaten Lowell, Tornales, Galileo, and Drake while losing
to George Washington twice, Lincoln twice ,San Rafael twice, Lowell, Balboa,
and the 666th ACD Squadron.
Front row, left to right: Gordon Smith, Tom Buckles, George Cagwin, Second row Wes
Hildrvtli, John Wasserman, Phil Smith, Scotty Mills.
This year's Fall tennis team Was one of the strongest teams Tam has ever
had, as they won all their matches 5-O except for the Santa Rosa match, which
they won 3-2. Out of thirty individual matches only two were lost, with the first
three singles men Phil Smih, Gordon Smith, and Eugene McGeorge going un-
ln the Spring, Tam turned out an equally strong tennis team. They had a
Winning streak ot eleven in a row, including City Champions Washington
Oakland League champs Acalanes, Palo Alto of the P.A.L., and San Rafael,
N.B.L. section ll champions. At press time the team has Won 16 out of the last
For the second year in a row, captain Phil Smith was tirst man in the league.
The Fall coach was Mr. Wilbert and the Spring coach was Mr. Miller. The
players on both teams Were, Phil Smith, Scotty Mills, Doug Webber, Gordon
Smith, Eugene McGeorge, Gett White, Wes Hildreth, Tommy Buckles, George
Cagwin, and lohn Wasserman.
1 M Captain Phill Smith
Front row, left to right: Earl Brown, Fred Brown, Scotty' Mills. Second row: Doug Webber,
Karl Knutson, Phil Smith.
This year's coach tor the golt teams is lohn Wilbert, who is doing a fine job.
Tam had two wins and one loss in league play up to May first.
Their league loss was to Sonoma 5-0 while they came back to beat Santa
Rosa and Vallejo. Armijo and Lincoln were their other wins while their other
losses were Marin Catholic twice, Washington and Sonoma.
On the golf team are Earl and Fred Brown, David Dreyfus, Karl Knutson,
Clay Lilleston, lack Marks, Phil Smith, Iohn Shmidt, and Doug Webber.
The first five were Fred Brown, Earl Brown, Doug Webber, Karl Knutson and
Karl Knutson Fred Brown
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Front row, left to right: Don Huddleson, Gary Woodmansee, Mel Randolph, Wes Hildreth,
Robert Leech, George Dimitroff. Second row: Walter Lee, David Hamm, Leon Siverton, VVayne
Kennedy, Preston Johnson, Ed Allison, Steve Bogel. Third row: Mr. Benefield, Steve Wheeler,
Dean Bloornquist, Gary Upton, Jack Burris. Gilbert Dias, Roger Boates.
Coach Gildden Benefield's Cross Country team had a very good season,
Winning the North Bay League championship and their division of the North
Coast Section With schools of their size. The Indians were champions from the
Oregon Border to King City and they placed fifth among the larger schools for
the North Coast finals.
This was the first that Cross Country was officially named a league sport
with every team entering except Vallejo.
The Indians won six and lost one. They beat such good teams as Santa Rosa,
Napa, Drake, Petaluma, St. Ignatius, Bishop O'Doud, Burlingame, San Fran-
cisco State College, Balboa, George Washington of Centerville and Palo Alto
twice. Their only loss was to Palo Alto. The champion marithoners were Mel
Randolph, lohn Ehlen, Robert Leech, George Dimitrofi, Wes Hildreth, Iud Fore-
man and Gene Clark.
B Anal 6 Track
The Tamalpais B and C track teams at this time seems headed for a champ-
ionship both in dual meet competition and in the league meet. Both teams ran
Iafivvay with the Sub-League meet at Tam and they also Won the Marin County
Boger Norton was named captian tor the B's and Dan Faustino for the C's.
Standouts tor the B's are Gene Clark, Ralph Hodson, Pete Henderson, Don
Huddleson, Captain Boger Norton, lim Dunn, Bob Wallace, David Hamm,
George Dimitroit, Bobbie Nelson, Bob Kennedy, Chet Pierson, Walter Lee, and
Looking good for the C's were Dan Faustino, Paul Hodson, Leon lones and
Front row, left to right: Jim Jackobs, Gilbert Dias, Loon Jones, Ralph Hodson, Rudy Brown,
Curtis Moore, Berry Ford, Don Fastiuo. Second row: Paul Hodson. Gary Rodgers, Fred Mouroni,
Bob Kvnndy Don Huddle-son, George Dimitroff, Jim Dunn, Jack Marks, Pete Henderson. Third
row: Coach Glidden B:-nefield, Doug Quiett, Elliot Williams, Robbie Nelson, Bob Wallace, Roger
Norton, Gm-no Clark, Dave Ham. Walter Lee. Frm-d Thomas, Coach Crawford.
Front row, loft to right: Ray Tre-zona, Bill Dunn, Paul Machado, Chuck Stewart. Tony
Robachaud, Mac Doyle. Bob Fore-man. Miki- Kelly. Second row: Willy Hoctor, Miko Hackett,
Roger Norton, Jim Dunn, Preston McCoy, Donnio Tool. Third row: Laurence Kiewart, Ron
McCaw, Clay Baxter, Bob Kenndy, Rudy Brown, Bob Van Stow, Tim Lyman. Fourth row: Bob
Wallace, Chuck Blonden, Dave Taylor, Doug Quictt, Tom Goodale, Coach Ray Bell.
Under the coachinq of Ray Bell, this seasons rambler football
squad developed into a powerful team. They ended their season
with a near perfect record, their only loss being to San Rafael by
a score of 19-13.
The team started the season by scorinq a pair of 19-0 victories
over two teams from Napa. Then they took on the little Wildcats
from Marin Catholic and beat them by a 19-7 score. The ramblers
journeyed to Drake next and dropped the Pirate's lunior Varsity
25-13. Fresh from their victory over arch rivals Drake, the Tamites
were knocked from the undefeated ranks by San Rafael. The final
game of the year left the team Wearing the victors laurels, as
they beat St. Vincents of Vallejo 33-12.
The B Basketall team had a successful season Winning ten games and losing
six in all over play. They started out as a green bunch of boys and Worked
together until they developed into a pretty sharp outfit. Their Coach Dick
Miller, said that he had never Worked with a more cooperative group of boys.
He said that they were the most improved ball club he had ever seen.
They started out the season by losing to Washington and Marin Catholic but
then they got into the Winners circle by beating Peteluma and Pleasent Hills,
letterson. They suttered a 42-31 loss to Sacred Heart. As league play got under
Way the team was beginning to Work together they turned out to be the highest
scoring team in the league. Their two losses to Santa Rosa kept them from
capturing the league championship. Both losses Were by only a very few points
and both games were overtime.
High scorer was Ken Meade, and the boys elected Stan Wells as their
captain. The boys who played B basketball were, Dan lohnson, Dave George,
Dave Bamberg, Phil Smith, Stan Wells, Dave Blount, Mike' Anthony, Pat
Anthony, Ken Meade, Doug Webber, Phil Nelson.
Left to right: Dave Georgv, Doug Webber, Stan Wells, Kenny Meade Dave
Mike Liebert Dave George Charles Dornback Grant Wilson Sid Chapm
The light weight swimming team has had a good season this year. With
three more dual meets to go before the league meet, they have a record of
13 wins and 3 losses.
Coach George Gustafson has discovered several freshmen who will
develop into fine swimmers. Backstroker, Iohn Davey, freestylers, Mike
Liebert and Kirk Shepard, and breastroker, Pete Sternloff, have done remark-
ablely well for freshmen.
Backed by the frosh, the veteran "B" swimmers, Sid Chapin, Blair Francis,
Grant Wilson and Herb ludson, kept pace with the varsity and won most
of their meets. They beat Lincoln 56-6, Saint Ignatius 42-14, and San Rafael
40-26. Their only losses were to Hayward, Drake and Washington. ln the
League Meet, the Tam lightweights will be battling it out with Drake for top
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vtm- Sl.:-rnluff. Sim-Yv Pollock. St-t-und row: Stvxw- Wliovlvr, Bill Mrmrri. Kirk Slit-paul. A Z'
Mike Figoure, Ste-vo Matson. Sid Chapin, Pat Anthony, Ei-if: G1-ananu-n. Third row: Bill
Spence, Miku Liebl-rt, Ht-vb Judson, John Davey, Dave Gr-urge. Grant Willson, Blair
If 1-an c i s . Cr lash Gu s ta f s 0 n . QM., gw f iv
Front row, lvft to right: Buzxy VVPllSlUfl', K1-n Anrlf-rsuii, Bill Rm-ri, Woody Glivv, Dvan Richard-
son, Bill Dunn, Mikt- Havk--tt. S1-5-ond mvv: Coach T4-fl Moranda. Gary Blount, Tom Goodalo,
Don Johnson, Tint Lyman, Bob I-It-yiiolds, Malcom Mays, Chuck Erlnionds.
Ramb er Baseball
Ted Moranda is coaching the Reserves baseball team this season, taking
the place of Roy Bell who went up to the Varsity.
This years team is composed of Freshman and Sophomores working towards
a good varsity team.
The Reserves have looked good so far beating Marin Catholic and San
Rafael twice, but have not played Drake yet.
On the mound for the Reserves are righthander Buzzy Wensloff, lefty Dean
Richardson, lefty Mike Hackett, Gary Blount, and lesse Mays. Wensloff and
Richard have been the big pictures so far for the lndians.
Catching is Bob Reynolds who was converted from the outfield to catch
and is doing a great job for coach Moranda. .
ln the infield are Paul Machado lst base, Harold Schutzman 2nd base,
Chuck Stewart 3rd base and Don lohnson shortstop.
The outfielders are Bill Reed and Doug Troup left field, Tom C.-oodale center
field and Tim Lyman right field.
Leading the team in hitting are Chuch Stewart, Don lohnson, Tom Goodale,
and Harold Schutzman.
Charles Upton Tom Goodale Dean Richardson
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Front row, left to right: Lauren Bucholz, Bill Ahern, Tim Lyman. Second row:
gylefluiavis, Willie Hector, Larry Lewis. Third row: Guy Slack, Coach Glidden
ene xc .
The Frosh-Soph basketball team had a good season as they came out with
a total of thirteen Wins and three losses. They were beaten only by Iunior-Var-
sity teams and Went undefeated in Frosh-Soph competition.
Coach Benetield divided his boys into two squads. One squad, his varsity,
played regular Frosh-Soph teams and lunior Varsities, and the other team,
which was composed of smaller freshman boys, played Iunior highs and
grammar schools. The two teams took on all comers and the boys had a full
The boys who paced the team throughout the season- were Bill Ahern,
Tim Lyman, Guy Slack, Grant Smith, Ianies Toliver, and Wayne Dennedy
who also played varsity ball.
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Front row, left to right: Jack Marx, Barry Ford, Bill Mize, Matt Perry,Dean
Richardson, Morris Coleman, Harold Scliutzman, Lyle Shurtz, Jerry Williams,
Buzzy Wensloff. Second row: Ken Anderson, Paul Simonson, Stuart Mclndoe,
Charles Dornback. Bob Banos, Mike Walker, Jeff Pierce, Louy Pina, Charles
ndmonds, Coach Gustafson.
t C' Basketball t
Although the C's were a small team they made up for their lack of height in
tight. The little indians held the champion Drake Pirates to a 26-22 score and
they defeated the Marin Catholic Wildcats tor the hiahlites ot the season.
The lndicns were paced by captains Morris Coleman and Dean Richardson.
Coleman and Harold Schutzman were hiqh scorers for the team all year and
Barry Ford Was a dependable pivot-man.
Others who played were Iackson Marks, Buzzy Wensloti, Charles Edmonds,
Charlie Dornbaclc, Paul Siniondson, lerry Williams, Ken Anderson and Bob
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CKbl1llCl1-Fl'llI1t row, loft to right: Paula Kvtte-nhark, Emily
Sparks. Back row: Becky Simpson, Sylvia Voirvl, Margi-
Girls' Athletic Association
Bonnie Reardon, Corrine Purnell. Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Powers
Anita Nelson, Shirley Pierra, Mary Chapman Violet Butterfield Mary Chapman
Diane Kipp Sandy Gudel, Sandy Jones, Ernestlne Signore Carla Hendricks
When something as complex as a yearbook is published there are sure to
be many people who have contributed to its production. The 1955 PAl is no
exception. To each and everyone ot you Who, have helped, l would like to
thank you with sincerity and appreciation, for all you have done to make the
PAI a reality.
The people who composed the PAI Staff tfor being so will and able?
The Administration Ctor being so patient and helpful?
The Records and Attendance Offices Ctor being so ettecient for us?
The Faculty ttor all those absences and tardies for pictures and production?
The Sales Staff ttor trying so hard and selling all those PAls?
The Walter Mann Company Ctor the excellent engravings?
The S.K. Smith Company tfor doing such a great job on the covers?
Mr. William Bard Ctor his excellent photography?
The Print Shop Gang Ctor their exacting printing?
The PAl Advisors Ctor their advice?
Mr. Chourre ttor his unending patience, advice, and humor?
Charliebird ttor being publicity manager?
Again l say thank you, hoping the PAI is "better than ever".
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COLLEGE OE MARIN
C50 CG'l1E Glass of 1955
Four good years of high school are
ended, and your graduation is prob-
ably the most important and most
exciting event in your life so far-
Now that you have graduated, what
College of Marin, your own community college, invites you to compare its
offerings with those of any other institution. See what it has to offer in the field
of your special interest.
A FEW OBVIOUS ADVANTAGES:
Live at home
Pay no tuition fees
Continue your present friendships
Make up any deficiencies for university entrance
Transfer at the end of two years with full junior standing
Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul, president of the University of California, has said, "The University s
own statistics prove that students of comparable intellectual quality transferring from junior col
leges do as Well as the students entering the junior year from the University's own lower
COME IN ANY TIME DURING YOUR VACATION AND ASK
QUESTIONS. FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF.
COLLEGE GE MARIN
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