Tustin High School - Audion Yearbook (Tustin, CA)

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Since football is considered by many as the American sport, we must place it in its rightful position and there rec- ognize it as a component factor in American enjoyment and diversion. We are not trying to further emphasize an already greatly popularized sport, but to portray the historical and literary background of football. If those who glance through the pages of this annual will drop all prejudices as they look upon the classical side of this character building sport, and if all will derive enjoyment and fond remembrance from this school record, then the staff has sincerely achieved its utmost aspirations. ---The Editor. Dedication To Ralph William Cole. ball coach, his determination of sportsmanship and living, upheld the ideals of Tustin enthusiastically dedicate this who, through his skill as a foot and fighting spirit, his principles has developed teams that have High School, we sincerely and 1936 Audion. Uonincilpafa Cvvleahaqe "Football is a rough game---too rough for high school" or "football is a rough, hard game---just what we need in high school". Take your choice. Personally I think that high school football, properly conducted, is well nigh indispensable. lt is our first he-man developer. Many a former molly- coddle would still be a mollycoddle but for the hard knocks received in football. If you can not take orders, never try to give orders. Many a boy has learned this truth on the football field. Some boys respect nothing but brute force. Football supplies plenty of brute force but it does far more. It also offers wonderful training in team work or cooperation, yet develops leadership. lt can not make a man out of nothing but many times it does wonders with unpromising material. Fashions change but let us hope that we will continue to play good, hard football. ---I. W. Means. t , Clfice UDnlncl5Jall'A fVVle1.macau-1 "A great all-around back, Berwangerl Now finishing his collegiate career, Berwanger would run any team in the coun- try out of gas if he had the 1935 Ohio State front wall or the 1934 Minnesota line breaking ground for him." Thus wrote Red Grange for the November seventh, 1935 Saturday Even- ing Post. Teamwork! All of us can recall occasions on which every member at home or in a group at school worked unselfishly and enthusiastically for a common cause. We can remember the splendid results and the happiness each one felt in the achievement. The larger, more hopeless appearing problems have grown from the smaller ones. Likewise, great power for good is developed through noble purposes and united action. With all good wishes to Tustin Union High School stud- ents and the hope they may be recognized factors for making this world a better place for everyone, ---Emma B. Hield. amowa Coacha-:A or qootbalm Progress m the f1eld of football ts marked by the courage and stamma d1splayed by those grand old men xx ho txrelessly nursed a medxocre sport mto the most popular Amerncan qame of today Behmd the scenes of football s hall of fame xxe run across the names of a fevx vxho wnll new er be forgotten Flrst on the hst IS that of THE grand old man Amos Alonzo Stagg at pres ent head coach of the College of the Pac1f1c Those xxho soon followed 1n Stagg s footsteps mclude Glenn S Q Pop J Warner formerly head coach of the Carllsle lndxans and at Leland Stanford umor Unlx ersxty and novx stag 1ng a grand comeback at Temple Umversxty the late Knute Rockne who coached the fmest teams ex er turned out at Notre Dame Robert Zupke vet eran coach of lllmoxs Untx QISIIV Andy Kerr old falthful at Colgate Unxver stty ock Sutherland coach of Pnttsburgh Unlversltys squad Howard ones head min at UH1X6fS1tV of Southern Callfornla and Bernle Bler mann outstandmg coach at the Umx erslty of Mlnnesota Of course there 1re mwny others too rumerous to mentxon xnxho haxe been lnfluentlal ln for xxardmg the progress of the sport of all sports The game of football undervx ent many operatxons toxxard nmprovement xxrthout lessenmg tts popularity Such rules as the flymg wedge and the flvlng ackle penalt1es for p1l1ng up unnecessary roughness and other forms drsplaymq poor sportsmanship along xuth a host of other rules haxe been repealed malxmg the qame faster and cleaner Nexx systems also xx ere lnaugurated xxhlch once they vxere thoroughly learned by the team members 'uded the coaches ln applymg the fundamentals of the qame For example txxo vxell knoxxn systems the Notre Dame fmtro duced by Knute Rocknel and the Warner systems are used by thousands of coaches today and haxe prox ed the mam coq of many successful teams Thus xvxe must realxze the great xxork xvhlch has been performed by these x cteran coaches of football xx ho have strxx ed to make football the number one ranlxlnq sport that It 19 today scxentlflcally bulldmg xt up by means of 1mprox ed rules 1nd modern methods of coachmg We take our hats off to these men xxho haxe played such in lmportant role ln moldmg the fmer charwcternstxcs ln our modern youth K . , .l -- . . . c ' . . K . .1 VV , r L V 7 ' U . . . ll VV . . , , ' .. V . V , ll VV . . I . .V . 7 - V V V . VY . - V V . . . . .A . VV . AV V ' . V. VV . . . V U VV , , . . .4 . VV . I ' K 7 , ' - , c ' . . , V. c . A , ' ' ' . - rl VV 1 . 7 . V 7 V 7. . . . . . 6 . al .. VV I 1 V . V L1 ,S . i S. 7. f K . V V c '-' ' , . . r ' ' 1 ' ' V A 1 . . . . , , 1 D i . . . ,c . ' 1 Y - r ' . K - V V V H . VV V V . V . V V ' , V ' V V 'V . , , ' fc . ' ' ' ' Q r ' c ' .' . X X I a4cQmLnL1,xtnc1tLon qacullttg CVVla-zmhena Mrs. Elsie K. Daly Hlead of Spanish Department. Stanford University. B. A. len years at Tustin. Mr. Vincent L. Humeston Head of Social Science Department. Boys' Sports Coach. Pomona College. B. A. Ten years at Tustin. Miss Clara Macomber English. University of California. B. S. Fourteen years at Tustin. Mr. Ernest R. Byrne Head of Commercial Department. Boys' Sports Coach. ldaho University. B. S. Seven years at Tustin. Miss May Rose Borum Head of Dramatics Department, English. U. C. L. A.. B. A. and M. A. Eight years at Tustin. Mr. Robert Korff English and Mathematics. Boys' Sports Coach Baker University. A. B. Eight years at Tustin. Mr. George Kyle Head of Science Department. Dennison University. Ohio. A. B. Fourteen years at Tustin. Miss Elsie C. Hull Science. Girls' Physical Education. New York University. M. S. Six years at Tustin. Miss Grace A. Shults Mathematics, Pomona College. B. A. and M. A.. U. C. L. A., and Ohio State University. Nine years at Tustin. Miss Stella Yocum Head of Mathematics Department. Girls' Sports Coach. U. S. C.. A. B. Fourteen years ar Tustin. Mr. Ralph W. Cole Boys' Physical Education. Varsity Coach. U. S. C. Nine years at Tustin. Miss May Greenleaf Head of Art Department. lylr. Orville Northrup Mechanical Drawing. Wtxodshop. Two years at Tustin. Mr. Charles C. Brisco Auto Shop. Pomona College, B. A. Twelve years at Tustin. Miss Mary McVey Music Department, Piano and Pipe Organ. North Dakota Universiry. A. B.. M. A. Six years at Tustin. Miss Madge Stephens liearl of Music Department. Social Problems. l.. A. State Normal. Fourteen years at Tustin. Miss Frances Parks Office. Assistant Girls' Coach Mr. Clarence Bowman Registrar Jlaaociatecll Stucllenta ROBERT PANKEY President I. PA LIL FRANCIS Vice-President I. MARIORIE KENYON Secretary I, EDVVARD BRISTOVV Treasurer I. LESTER BOWMAN Athletic Manager I. ll BILL NELSON Yell Leader I. IRENE SWAIN Song Leader I. EMILY BOUCHARD Yell Lender II. NOLAN RASIIER Song Leader II. RICHARD PHILLIPS Presidenr II, Pnrl. I SAM FRANCIS Vice-President Il. BARBARA COOK Secretary II. YAEKO OKUBO Treasurer II. IAM ES THOMPSON Parlxamentanan II. NOBLE SELLARS Yell Leader I. MOLINE SWAIN Song Leader I. BI2'l'H FRANCIS Yvll Leader II. NORMAN RASIIER Song Leader II. "When the joys of school are over, and the great world opens wide," three hun- dred students will look back upon the school year, 1935-'36, as a most interest- ing and enjoyable one. Aided by the cooperation of the stud- ent body, this year's executive staff has been able to forward numerous outstand- ing activities, including excellent assemb- lies, and student dances sponsored by the Senior Class, Girls' League, and P.-T. A. respectively. The inaugural Freshman initiation pro- gram, held Friday, September 20, started the year off with enthusiasm. In the usual ritual, paddling, hair-pulling and devour- ing of raw foods were only a few of the dreaded performances in which the Frosh were engaged. Rube Day, an annual feature, was held April I. Grotesque and humorous wear-- ing apparel of all sizes and shapes were dragged from family attics and proudly displayed during an entire day of foolish- ness. The annual plaque, presented to the class with the highest percentage in costume, was won by the Sophomores. 'Th Jrltatontg of qootbaflfl The greatest of Amermcan sports football has a brxlhant and romantnc p1st In order to recexxe full beneflt of nts qlory let us turn back the pages of hnstory A Chmese poet named L1 Xu xx ho hx ed between A D 50 and A D 130 has left th1s wrltmq descrtbmg a football game q no c l 1 npoc Lta tc QQ 1 rf r th Advanclng to the M6dl36N3l perxod xxe run across an ltallan manuscript of the slxteenth century ln Calclo ffootballl the players txxentv sex en on a slde should not be chlldren because chlldhood 19 too tender nor old men because semhty may not suffer the svx eats and endure the fatlgues xxhlch must be mcurred runn1ng chargmg and str1k1ng Moreox er ex en as every kmd of man was not admltted to the Olvmptc Games so m CHICIO all kinds of rapscalllons are not to be tolerated but only honorable soldners lords and prmces The game should commence when the sun begms to descend toward the west and end when the tvxxllght begms to yleld to ntght slnce scarcely IS lt posslble to sustam such sweats onsets and blows for more than an hour or two F1rst they choose four datorl mnan 1 fthree quarter backsl for each sxde next the datorl add1etro tfull backs are chosen three for each slde They should be large of lxmb stronq and sxx 1ft runners of h1gh courage and great htttmg CBDHCIKY All the datorx bemg chosen the next buslness IS the selectxon of flve sconc1ator1 Chalf backs for e1ch stde powerful men bxg flerce and muscular rind of great sk1ll The sconcmtore 1n the center should have good legs and the two remalnlng two must be for reasons that shall be set forth hereafter most ferocxous Thereafter the mnanzl fforwardsl are ptcked They should be young and agnle sw1ft long wmded and very courageous Proceedmg stlll further to the nmeteenth century the name of Walter Camp stands out 1n cap1tal letters as the father of Amerxcan football After graduatmg from Yale Umx ersltv ln 1880 xuth the honor of betng the best all around athlete ex er to attend the unlwersltv he was appomted athlet1c adwsor and also FQCQIN ed a d1st1nct1ve seat on the unlx erstty council Mr Camp s sole motxxe vtas to spell achxex ement ln the ranks of football He dxd thls Besxdes mwkmq consttuctxxe lmprovements tn football rules he orlqlnated the All Amerlcan select1on method 1 trlbute glx en each year to the elexen colleglate plavers xx ho are most outstandlng m thelr respectlxe posnttons Thus xfxe haxe glanced at the hlghlrqhts of three d1st1nct pertods reveal mg three d1st1nct changes Not 1 complete summary has been compnled but merely an 1nd1cat1on of progress made posslble by vtorkers 1n the f1eld of sport I' r o . . . , , ' c . K , . t . . . r . f K ' 'YA round ball .md a squint- xx.-Ill. bug- estt K, thc shapes of the Ym mul 'Yarvgf l'h ball flvmg . tross luke the moon. VVh1e the Iwu teams star al on s d. 'a vt ms arc . ppotn d. :mtl take their places. Acxordtng to lbs' unchan- ln. rcgulatmns. No . lloxxamvs are mad or relationships, 'llbvrr must br no partmllllvs Hu Ehvrs- must bv slr-tt-rnuxumon and cnolnvss VV: out the slxghlesi lrllldrlmu .xl fnllurr And lf .ull llus ls nrxrs:-..l1x' .ul football. llnxx mluh uurrv so fm lllv: bustm-ss of lnfvlll . . Y . V . . H 4 . v . , - . v , v , , - Y - 1 - V . V . . , v - . 7 . . . 4 . v . . c . . . tt . Y. .... . . . . . tt . , . , Z - , - 'l , 4 . Y Y. . V A y . - H . . . . . . ' - J C 3 , , ' . c . c Q . . . , . V Y ' - . . tt . 1. c . - Y v I ' L . Y. . y , . . . 7 . . ' 1 . . , . 7 ' c V . . .1 c .W ' ' , 1 . . 4. . -- , . . - . . c t ' A' , .' ' f Q c H A I ' ' ' V V . . . . . 4 . c , 'our svn a n is 2 ' QQQAAEA ,cn ,Q-5' Ex W, wx I wk. xl r i .1 , wfgiv ELYLLOJIA OFFICI Rs c Se rel 6 ter B A Rey r Enter ng hrqh school xxxth an enrollment of one hundred and thlrty sux students the class of 36 after the lnxtlatlon lmmedlately became full fledged members of the Tustxn UHIOH Hlqh School student body xxlth George Rxddell as therr presrdent Although defeated m the sack rush by the sophomores they garned the reputatlon of bemg qood sports As sophomores we shoxxed our Splflt by presentmq a class assemblx featurlng muslcal numbers and Not Qurte Such a Goose and gomg out for sports Both boys and Qlflb dld yxell thns year the glflg shoxx mg no losses at playday matches rn hockey basketball and xolleyball The xxlnnmq SVXIITIITIIHQ team xncluded ten sophomore boys su. placlng rn the champronshlp meet Presldent Dlck Phrllrps ably conducted the class meetrngs We elected Bob Pankey as presldent of our class for the frrst semester of our thxrd year at TUSYIH Our yunlor class play Groxxlng Pams wxas a great success both soclally and flnancrally Walter Nelson was elected to serxe as our second semester presldent We xxere the guests of the senlors at the May Breakfast rn the hugh school cafeterra A class assembly xxas presented to ralse funds for the unxor Senlor Banquet at vxh1ch xxe were hosts to the senrors and faculty at the Lakexx ood Country Club Our fnst act of the last year of our hrqh school hfe xx as to properly lI'lltl2ltP the freshmen IQXKIS Tadlock conducted our class meetmgs for the fnrst semester as pxesrdent xyhlle Lharles Mueller conducted the last txxo quarters meetrnqs For our May Breakfast honoring the IUIIIOFS xye carrled out 1 nautlcal theme haynng nautxcal sonqs and dances and serxmg a sea food breakfast The yunrors roy ally entertained the senrors at the Norconxan Club at the unlor Senror Banquet Sports haxe played a xery promment part rn the hx es of both boys and qrrls of tl IS years graduatmq class xx ho turned out for the teams xx 1th a xx hole hearted sp1r1t Our class has always had xts share rn the Scholarshlp Soclety Frxe senlors Mar1or1e Kenyon Naomr Lehman Yaeko Okubo LaVene Parks and Robert Pankey haxe obtamed hfe membershlp rn the Callfornra Scholar shlp Federauon We the senlor class of 1936 have strlxen to uphold the standards of Tustm Unron f'l1qh School md prepare ourselx es to contmue on the upxx arl path xxlth 1 determlnatlon to ox ercome all of the obstlcles and xxork for the qrc mter thrnqs of hfe I . lfnsl Srrmsirf Svtcml Son:-'.xI.'r l.t-xrrs 'ladloclt Pr snlcnt Charles Mm-ller l.r's!t'r Bnwnmn Vrtt'-prrsltlevt Floyd Curl l..1V4-nc Parks . t ary Vmrgmm Carson lid Brlstoxx' 'l-rvasurr-r lid Brusmxx' Kvlth Tantlmqv: PArl1amrnt.ur1.m Mrrle Grusct Dxrk Phillips H ell lxzulur I. s uwnmn utllun 5 escntil - .. .. Floyd Curl Class Adxlsm-Q blues Grace A. Shulls, Mr. lirm-st Bx-rnv : . W Y. . - . D . . K f , If - . , C . ' ' c f . . Q . . I , K . Y . , . L 1 K . . H , Q H . ' 4 ' c . c . c v . 1 . I . . i 7. . . I . . . . 1 c , . , Y . 7 Q . . . . U 4 . H c . , , 7 c C . 1 . , . ' , ' . I ' o K 1 V .1 N. C S J I - ' C , , at cw si sw C C C I v .si K sf I C . si VK sl . 4 ' c , c f f 1 - - n 1' A ri y 1' - C 5 s C - . c Z f , ', I L . . . . . 1 c , C t C . 1 . . Q r . v . . . 1 - . . C v C . , ' ' .l c c N . V ' ' 4 . . r - .1 C 1 - C s . Y , I Y V . V 1 c 1 V , .' ' v xi -4,1 v C si v - .' E c ' .' ' Q lc 1 E ' I . 1 ' E X .' z ' , ,. . ' , ' 1 K . . LAURI5 ADAINI5 Patifrwe is a remedy for rt't'ly sorrmtzl' Bassetball I. 2. 3. 4, Vollex- ball I. 2. 5, 4: Horsey I. 7. Iutlour 2. Ilokums Club I. 1. Ly. A. A. I I. 4. kirciwing Vain- 1: I ennis 5, Broad- taster start 4. MERRILL ALLISON .urn rf fcu- u-vrtls an me bas: mt-u after all NELDA ARNOLD uri ,mise antl tligniry it-- flctl 1:01 ptvfrrlwn Iintered lrom Paloxerde High bchoul. Blythe. Calif.: Basket- ball 4: Volleyball 4: Hockey 4: Indoor 4: Cvlee "Chonita'4 4. club 4: IVIARIAN BAXTER "A fair uxlerim is a sulfur refnmmemlationH Basketball I. 2. 3. 4: Itlockev I. 1. 3. 4: Intloor Swimming 2: Aurlion stall 41 llnkums 2, 5. 4: Sflflnlsh dub 1.24: Z, X. 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: "Growing Pains" 3: 'INFW litres" 4, '4The Lucid' lacleu Ip "Chunita" 4: Class secre- tarv 3. G. A. A. secretary 4: Glee club business manager. Costume manager and Presi- dent 41 Christmas program Z. 41 Hokums Invitational 4: Girls League President 4. VVINIFRED BOLICIIARD -I "Cont-rnlinnaltty is a sin Vnllt-vball 2: Basketball 3: Swimming I. 4: SPNUSII Club AI' Glee club 5. LESTER BOVVIVIAN Hlmniual. wirtu and artis- rit: sums him up" Audion representative I5 Swim' ming 23 "Growing Pains' 3: Basketball manager 3: lt1d00f manager 3: Hokums club 3. 4: Ilokums parliamentarian 4: Ho- ltums president 4: Glee club I. Z: "Lutkv laden 2. "New Fires" 4: Athletic manager 4: Class tice-prrsit.Ient 4: Class vell leader 4: Lettermen's club 4. Assistant business manager Audion 4: llokums Invitational 4: A Indoor 4, ISDVVARD CALVIN "His inn-rest In-4 in mv. li.ini. V' liRAKfIf CIIANGALA "Quit-r .intl nu-tltwi, vlrt-ii svrn but st-ltiom liranlu lutlruir I I I: Basltrtball 4. Yullexball 4. Ilatkt-v 4: Span- ish tlub 4. G. A. A. 4 FLOYD CURL "He u'rih's. Ihr- sziult-fm frat!"- Audnin rvprrst-ntatiw 4. Class tice-president 4: Business man- iiqer class plav 4: Spanish tlub 5 4: Assistant editor Broad- rastt-r 3. Spurts editor 4 Itftlitiir in Chief 4: lnurnalism tlaw plav 4. Gln' tlub 2, Quill .intl Srroll 4. IJRENNAN AHERN "Thr fast--st fish in tht: it-an-1" Class parliamentarian I. A llmtball 4. Swimming I I l 4. Lettcrniens tlub 3, 4. ANNA MAY ARCHER 'Her musztal ability is out- slandiripw Spanish club 2. 3. 4: Music Plavday 2 3: All countv orchestra 3. 4: "New Fires" 4' Holtums 2. 4: Vollevball 4: Scholarship Sorter: I: Broad- .aster Staff 5. IIARLEY BABCOCK "lVhcn jest .mtl duty rlasli. Ir! duty go In smashu lintererl from Santa Ana High 2: B football 3: Spanish club 5. 4: Orchestra 2. 3: Broad- taster staff 4. MARIORIE BLAKENEY "A su't't'I .nnat-ruw It'in.I of person" lintbretl from Laguna 4. l'5IlTl'IIiL BOVVER HA mmlrl studrnr wha goes quietly about her htzsinrssll Iintt-retl from Garden Grove 4. IZDNVARD BRISTOVV "Fir has a iolly good fc!- Ioirn A Track 2. 3. 4: A football I. 2. 3. 4: A Indoor 1. 2. 3. 4: B Football I: Lettermen's club l. 2. 3. 4: President Letter- mens club 41 Clip 5. 4: Stud- rvr bud-: treasurer 4: Class treasurer 4. VIRGINIA CARSON "She is a tried and proven t'1orotrgl1bred" Basketball l. 2. 4: Volleyball 4: Iloclrev 4: Tennis I. 2. 3. 4: Intltmr 4. Class secretary 4: G. A. A. 3. 4: Ilokums Z. "Ci'owinq Palnsu 31 "The Luekv Iatleu Z. LEO CRAXVFORD H.-I bil .if rnisthiet-mir n s is seldom it-rung" C swimming I, A swxnintinq I I 4. A football 4: D basket- ball I. C basketball 2. B bas' ftball V A tratls 41 "Grom- mg Pai-:su 3: Lettermens club 5 4. MILFORD DAIIL Inter.-sr him anti hell Jr the rest" Phutogranhv etlitwr Auduin -l Ilontvr smivt- 4: Snanish club 4, "Gruwin-'1 Pains" I: "Nt-u Fir.-s' 4. Pen hand l, 2. D basltvtb-ill I. B trail: I, Tennis I 4: A Itmtball 4. Bruadtaeter stiff 3: Stage crew 2. 3: Ur 'hestta 1. DAVID DAY "He knew his way amnmll' VIIVNYIIS I: Glee club I. 3: HBCIIS of Capistrano" I. IJOMINIC ERRAMUSPE "He listens and learns" A swimming J, 4. MERLE GRISET "His stature sets him off" B football I: B basketball I: B indoor I. 2: A football 2. 3. 4: A basketball 4: A track 4: A tennis 2, 3, 4: Class parlia- mentarian 4: I.ettermen's club I. 4: Clip 4: Spanish club. DUNN HART "The world needs an ot -'asional pranksteru Spanish club president 4: Span- ish club 2. 3. 4: Glee club 3: lloknms Z. 3. 4: "Lucky laden 2: Hokums Invitational 4: Broadcaster staff 3: A football 4: A swimming 4: Christmas program 3. EMERY HUBBARD "Short of stature with a friendly greeting for all" Orshestra I. 2. 3. 4: Glce club 4. DON KENNEDY "He knows which side his bread is buttered on" B basketball l: A basketball 2. 3 4: Lette-rmen's club 4: Indoor 4. GENEVIEVE KING "Tall and active" G. A. A. 2, 3. 4: Basketball I, 2: Volleyball I. 2: Hockev I: Indoor I: Swimming I. 2: Spanish club 2. 3. 4: Hokums club 2. 3, 4: Class vice-presi- dent 3: Girls' League vice- president 3: Girls' League president 4: Christmas program I: "Growing Pains" 3: "New Fires" 4: UQueen of Mars" 4: Calendar editor Audion 4: Ho- kums Invitational 4. NAOMI LEHMAN "Nomie for my wisdomw Scholarship society I, 2, 3. 4: "Growing Pains" 3: "New Fires" 4: "Queen of Mars" 4: Basketball 3. 4: Volleyball 3. 4: Hockev 3. 4: Spanish club 2. I 4: Hokums club 2. 3, 4: Scholarship secretary 4: G. A. A. 4. C. S. F. Sealbearer. SAM MARCHANT "Speed on the tratlr, tp:-ml with the fair sex" LORRAINE ECKLES "Her competence is present in all she does" Volleyball 4: Basketball 41 Hockey 4: Indoor 4. GRACE ETCHEBERRIA "Good must come of good" Indoor 2. 3. 4: Basketball 4: Volleyball 4: Hockey 4: "Cho- nitau 4: Spanish club 4: G. A. A. 4. IOE GROTY "Hitch your wagon to a star" A track 4: Lettermen's club 4. IEAN HOPKINS "A lot of fun, and a friend to all" Entered from Willard Iunior High 2: 'ALucky laden 2: Ho- kums club 4: Hokums Invita- tional 4: "Queen of Mars" 4: Basketball 4: Volleyball 4: Ilockey 4: Indoor 4: BARBARA IULIEN "lt matters not what you are thought to be. but what you are" Entered from Santa Ana High 3: Hokums 3. 4: lournalism class play 4: Hokums Imita- tional 4: "New Fires" 4. MARICRIE KENYON "She is an outstanding lass both in the class mom and on the field" Secretary Associated Students 4: Scholarship society I. 2. I. 4: Class secretary 2: G1rl's League secretary 3: Scholarship society secretary 3: Secretary county scholarship society 3: Society editor Audion 3: Indoor I. 4: Hockey 3. 4: Basketball 3: Volleyball 3, 4: G. A. A. 3. 4: "Growing Pains" 3: "New Fires" 4: Vice-president Hokums club 4: Hokums Invi- tational 3. 4: 4'Nnt Quite Such a Goose" 2: Operetta 2, 3: Spanish club 2. 3. 4: Ilokums club 2, 3. 4: C. S. F. Seal- bearer. BARBARA KISER "Studious of ease and font! of humble things" G. A. A, 2, 3. 4: Hokums club 3. 4: Hokums Invitational I. 4: "Growing Pains" 3: "New Fires" 4: Basketball I. 2. 3. 4: Volleyball I. 2. 3. 4: Indoor I. 2. I. 4: Hockey I, 2, I. 4: G. A. A. treasurer 4: Class secretary I: Girls' League parliamentarian 4: Spanish club 2. 3. 4. DOUGLAS LEONARD "He carries a bagfull of harmless pranks" Spanish club Z, 3. 4. PAUL MARTIN "The dvi-il at his best" C football I: C basketball I: C track l: C swimming I: B football 2: Christmas program 2: "Lucky ladel' 2: "Growing Pains" 3: Broadcaster stall 3: A lootball 4: Master of cere- monies Freshman initiation 4: Spanish club 2. 3. 4: Hokums club 2. 3. 4: Toastmaster lun- lor-Senior banquet 3. HAROLD MATTHEWS "A honest man: a frientl of all" Senior boys quartet 4: Glee club I. 2. 3. 4: A football 4: Lettermen's club 4. CLAUDE MELTON UNO man is happy who does not think himself so" HARRY MILES "There is honesty, man- hnod. and good fellowship in thee" Entered from Orange Union High School 3: A football 3. 4: A track 3. 4: A swimming 3. 4: Glee club 3. 4: "Paddy" 3: "Chonita" 4: Senior boys quartet 4: Lettermen's club 3. 4: Clip 4. WALTER NELSON "A gentleman, capable and csurageousw Entered from Lathrop lunior High School I: Editor Audion 4: Assistant photographer Aud- ion 3: Scholarship society 3. 4: Class president 3: Class par- liamentarian 3: Spanish club 3. 4: President 4: Hokums club 3, 4: Parliamentarian 4: Hokums Invitational 4: "Growing Pains" 3: "The Queen of Mars" 4: A track 2. 3. 4: A football 3. 4: Swimming Z1 Tennis 3: Let- terrnen's club 4. YAEKO OKUBO "Of quiet and scholarly mannerl' Treasurer Associated Students 4: Scholarship society I. 2. 3: Parliamentarian 2: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Spanish club 2. 3. 4: Tennis 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Volleyball I. 2. 3. 4: Hockey I. 2. 3. 4: Indoor I. 2. 3. 4: Commercial contest 4. MARY PAFFORD "Gentle of speech--thoughb ful of mintll' Basketball 4: Volleyball 4: Indoor 4: Broadcaster staff 4. LaVENE PARKS "She excells in anything she tries" Entered from Santa Ana 3: Basketball 3. 4: Volleyball 3. 4: Hockev 3. 4: Hockey cap- tain 4: Girls' Glee club presi- dent 4: Assistant editor of Broadcaster 4: Feature Editor 4: Iournalism class play 4: "Growing Pains" 3: 'ANew Fires" 4: "Queen of Mars" 4: Class secretary 4: Girls' League reporter 4: Spanish club 4: G. A. A. 4: Scholarship society 3. 4. Hokums 3. 4: Hokums vice-president 4: Ho- kums invitational 4: C. S. F. Sealbearer. ROBERT PHELPS "Principle is ever my motto: not expediency" A baseball I: B indoor 2: B basketball I. 2: A baseball 4: Orchestra Z: Lettermens club 4 HUGH PLUMB "As wise as he is lalll' Class president Z. Treasurer 2. Parliamentarian 4: Hokums club president 4: Hokums In- vitational 3, 4: "Growing Pains" 3: "New Fires" 4: "Queen of Mars" 4, Honor Society I. 25 Business manager Audion 4: Sports editor Broad- caster 3: D basketball I: B basketball 3: A basketball 4: Tennis I. 2. 3, 4. ELAINE MCREYNOLDS "Ambition seeks no restl' Spanish club 2. 3: 4: Secretary 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Presi- dent 4: Hokums club 2. 3. 4: Commercial team Z, 4: Christ- mas program Z: "Thr Lucky laden 1: "Not Quite Such a Goose" 2: "Growing Pains" 3: "New Fires" 4: Ilokums In- xitational 2. 3, 4: "The Queen of Mars" 4: Basketball I. I 3. 4: Vollevball I. 2, 3. 4. Hockev I. 2. 3. 4: Indoor I. 1, 3. 4: Swimming 2: Tennis 4: Scholarship society I, Z, 3. 4. Audion staff 4: Clip 4. HIDEO ME i lvl H C fo tba I: football 2: A loo I basketball I: B or I. Z. 3: Cli 4: B "Ang 'er . e with- - P trac I. 2: Lettcrmens club 3.4 CHARLES MUELLER NA studious Chap who is as firm as the Rock of Gibralter" I3 basketball l. Z: B football 2: I3 track l. Z: Tennis 3, 4: C football I: A football 3. 4: A track 3. 4: A track captain 4: Lettermf.-n's club 3. 4: Sec- retarv I.ettermen's club 4: Clip 4: Class Vice-president I: Class secretary 3: Class president 4: Scholarship society I. 2, 3. 4. RICHARD NISSON "A fine sport in any man's language" Broadcaster staff 3: C track I: B track 2: A track 3. 4: D Basketball I: C swimming Z: Tennis 4: Lettermen's club 4: Clip 4: B football manager 3: A football 4. FRANCIS OSTRANDER "lust call me 'Ossie' " ROBERT PANKEY "lndii'idualiti,r. his middle namel' President Associated Students 4: Vice-president Associated Students 3: Class president 3: Class vice-president 2: Class treasurer I: President Scholar- ship society 3: President Dis- trict Sit C. S. F. 4: Scholar- ship societv I. 2. 3. 4: "Grow- inq Painsl' 3: "New Fires" 4: Glee Club I. 2, 3: Assistant editor Broadcaster 3: Letter- men's club 2. 3. 4: A swimming 2. 3. 4: C swimming I: A bas- ketball 4: B basketball 3: D basketball I: C. S. F. Seal- bearer. HLIRSHELL PARNELL "Cheerful today: confident tomorrow" RICHARD PHILLIPS "I seek no rest, for ii-ork must be alone" Associated Students president 4: Parliamentarian 4: Associat- ed Students vice-president 3: Scholarship Society 2. 3. 4: Vice-president 3. President 4: Feature editor Broadcaster 3. Business manager 3. Editor 4: "Growing Pains" 3: A'New Fires" 4: Class president 2. Treasurer 3. Vice-president 3. Yell-leader 2. 3. 4: B track 2. 3. 4: Captain B track 4: Tennis 3. 4: Spanish club 2. 3. 4: President Latin club 1: Iournalism class play 4: Senior boys quartet 4. NOLAN RASHER "Gu-I' me ti girl and fnllill Entered from York Hi School. Nebraska 4: Glee club 4: Sen- ior boys' quartet 4. NORMAN RASHER 'A 'man of artompltsli- YYIPVYI l'lntc'rrtl from York Hi Srhool. Nt'bl.isk.i 4. IOE SIMINGTON "A man is a man for all Ihatf' Auclion rcprt-sentativc 3: C bas- kctball l: C track l: C swim- ming l: B basketball 2, 3: B truck Z: C swimming 2. CLEO STONE "All flit' world form a lor-ci B football 3: C basketball 23 B basketball 3: A baskt-tball 4: Indoor 4: Hokums club 4: Glu' club l. 2, 3: "Christmas Story" 1: "Lucky laden 2: "Bt'lls of Capistrano" lg "Cl1onita4' 4, LEXVIS TADLOCK "A lad among lassicsm Class president 4: Lcttermt'n's club 3. 41 C football I: C basketball I: B track I, 2: C swimming lg B football 2: B basketball 2: A swimming 2. 5. 4: A football 3. 4: A track 3. 4: Hokums club 45 Hokums Invitational 4. IAMES THOMPSON "A frinnd: a srurlvnt: an a!hlt'tt"' A football 3, 4: B football 2: C football 1: A swimming 2, 3, 4: llokums club 4: Spanish tlub 2, 3, 4. prcsident 3: "Now Iiirvsu 4: Hokums Invitational 4: "Qut-en of Mars" 4: Letter! mt-n's club 3, 4: Pop band I: Scholarship society 2, 31 Asso- ciated Students parliamcntarian 4: Assistant business managcr Audion 3: Clip 4, LEONARD SCHWENDEMAN "A man not loo good for lxiznmn n.1tuvr's rlaily food" ORIN SMITH "His mannri is of tht' mildt'st" IRENE SWAIN "I tlon't bvlirtit' in raking things too Arriouslyn KEITH TANTLINGER "lVo1 a sinnrr or a saint, but tlic best of rliapsn C football lp B football 2. 3: Stage crew 3. 4: Hokums club 4: "Queen of Mars" 4. LEVVIS WILLBRANITI' "Vcry murh of a gcntlv- man" C football 2: B football 3: A football 4: Lt-ttr'rmen's club 4: Spanish club 2, 3, 41 "Bells of Capistrano" 1. ALMA VVILLIAMS "Trim liappincsx lim in ln-- ing good" Spanish club 2. 3. 4: Ilokums tlub 2. 3, 4: Svliolarship sot'lt'tv 4: UChonita" 4: "Growing Pains" 3, PICTURES NOT APPEARING HARRY BROWN "Good fellows stick to- grtht-r" RAYMOND "Ht li: GLEN BUNKLEIVIAN "C'lou'nmg apainlu VVHITING r 'rs in a world of his own' Stagt' t rrvt' li football 1. 4, C football I. 3111 ,iT'IPIlIIJ1'l1lllI TAMAKO KAIHARA September 19, 1917 --- Ianuary 7, 1936 PM 'PNK N v X591 wr 5 NN u.mon .1 M My Qllalm IOP ROXN Blxrnx Adamg Lulu Adfnnsnn lulnlle Ahern R11h11rd Arundel! 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SUP l'lU Y'Y'LUTlE,bt IOP ROW Bob Arnold Barham Baker Allce Bartholomew Izvelyn Bennett Clyde Casey Henrletta Borbow I trrv Cooper Vlrqtmu Diamond Wxllnam Drews SILCONID ROW hva Btlle Ifqqleton Wesley Flsher Floyd C orton Barbara It1n Hall Betty Lo.: Hannaford Iherma Hansen Betty Harms Betty lean Hendrlcks Erwin Vv irren Knser Dorothy Leonard Robert Marshall FOl,lRI'H ROW Vlrglnla Matthews Gwendolyn McCar!er Princes Mclnteer Knyoshx Mnsavxa Sunao Murakamx Robert Newcomb Paula Purxts Dorothy Renders Helen Rttner FIFTH ROW Bull Robinson Robert Schosrag Vera Scott Anlta Sequra Chester Stearns Maryorte Iubith Mary Lucxlle Walker Bermce Wiley Dorothy Wmn Peter Yamauchx IILTLIRES NOT APPEARING Non Pltture of Don Thrall sophomore due to error may be found on fresh pxq Tenna Mae Ashcratt Robert Atwood onn Bal er ames Blaylock Carolyn Borchard Wnlma Borchard Idvxard Branum Gllbert Bristow Clrfford Calxln Melton Chlttenden Luellen Cole Arlme Collins Kathryn Jouqhty Walter Ervun Kaoru Hara Blanche Mcculsuon I Malls Lawrence Monroy Phnltp Runnells Tome S la wr Claude Sarratt Irene Schult Charles Scott Aletha Sears Sidney Smnth Guenter Strand! Allen Stutsman ronard Warner oe Wcrlfe and Robert Nroung If vou ever have sat IH the back of the assembly at Tustm I-hgh School and lnstened to classes competmg IH yells you would have to award fnrst place for the pepp1est aggregatlon to the Sophomores For class loyalty and support of school actnvltnes they are outstandmg and though they have not had an opportumty to do a great deal as yet look out for them next year' Fust Sum sttr Bettv Lou Ilannaford Don 'I hrall Betty ean Hendrxrlts lwelwn Hull Clyde Casey Pauli Punts Bob Marshall Audnon Rtpresentatne Adxnsors T., OFFICERS Prestds nt V ne Presxdent Secretary Treasurer Paruamenrarxan hell Leaders X e leader Nllss Stella N1 Ox Second Semester Robert Schostaq Chester Stearns Helen Betty Rltner Exelyn Hull Vera Scott Barbara Baker Vlrqlnla Matthews Barbara Baker um Mr Bull Cole yf , , wh if , x I' I ' S X ' X41 ' I' 1 . 7 ' . K -' "l 5 I V --4- vi 1-1 Qt V' , ' Q Q A , -H A by :A A I I : 1 1, llortonl 'IIHIRD ROVV-e-Evelyn Hull, Eloise Hrrll, Erma lames. A Cordon Iamt-s,I Loyce Iulien. Raymond Keith, ren get ' " , ' ,IA 2 ,llA' I I ' ,- La -. , V I .v ' -, , l . ,, . , , , I K , I.: ' ll . ks ' A' 2 rv ily-Two Zfnazrhmen IOP ROW Dorothy Allen lVl1ry Anderson Rtbeur Archer I'rn1ly Bouehird Grate Bower Betty Brooks Ilernue Cilxrn El: 1heth Cnmphmll Ina Chadnk Chlrles Chrrslnn wECOND ROVV Mlrqartt Coleman Chester Lurl Marv Ime Darley Elinor Doyle Millard I'o'-Her Beth Francis nnu Iqult Barlrlra Cxlhert Arthur Gorton atquts Grrset THIRD ROW Vlvran Grunt Annu Nllrre Croty Du Ins Hafner Vrvlan H1 en Mary Holmes l'dn1 Iohnson Beth Kellamx Paul Kimball lomoku Krtrsakr l'1ye Kodxmr FOIIRTH ROW Mrtsuge Kusuda Marian l.mds1y Lenora Mlrehant Arko lvlatsumoto B I Mtlzleynolds Ka ue Nakamura Beul1h Osborn ohnny Osterman oseph Osterman Vnrgrnra Pafforcl Qulnu Paqe FIFTH RONV Vrxxan Rrrkman Lours Rrehl ean Salrsbury Marguerlte Smrth Betty butherland Don Thrall lsophl Betrv Txmmons Conrad Wangler Frank Watanukr Gladys Williams Arthur Wrtten PICTURES NOT APPEARING Wrllram Boyd Georqe Chandler Charles Cummlnqs Arthur Drshman Gulnn lbel Velta Griffin Richard Hammer Frances Kaulfnnn Daud Kerrsey Ioe Kerrsev Rene Lagrer Gertrude lamberl Vrctor Lmker Walter Lmker Fuqene lVlcf.arter Lone Moore William Parnell Charles Patton Ralph Poh Harold Raley Ice Russell Adolph baluts lumor Staples Gerhard Strandt Rrnhird Towle Catherme Llstarl Cene Van Dc W1lker Mary Vermeulen Illmm Whrslrr md VV1llace Wright e enrolled at frrst wrth erghty four And now we haxe one less The reason we haven t anv more S 3 FCEISOH W6 dont POSSCSS The rnrtratron was qulte a trral Especlally the way we dressed Long underwear was the latest style For grrls and bloomers for the rs! 9 m tr Nllllxrd Poster ohn Osurman Illr lbeth Campbell Beth lranus oe Ixursew Mira rrtt Cultmin Aurlmn Reprrsenmt xt Our Chrlstmas luncheon was unrque Wrth presents exchanged by all Some were brg and some dxd squeak And one recen ed a baby doll Rube day was the next rn l1ne ln whrch we came rn second Ex eryone drd look frne rest Next trme we ll Wm we reckon OFFICERS Presrdent Vue Pruldent Scart tary 1 1 s 'I A ll Lt loerw rrlnmcnt lrr rn ond Su' Snr Beth Kellamu Beth Fmntn Mary Holmes Fmlly Boueh1rd Millard Foster Tomoko Krtrnakr hdni nhnson Tu enly Thru I T . 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" amea artcll .Soctettff VV1thout compcttlxc sports llxendlv nltlonil md lnternltnonml I'Ll'itlOl1S could not exlst We m ay best 1llustr1te the f1tt bv n lmmg the Olvmplc Games as the chlef asset tow 1rd creatmq such 1 calm ln the present 1ntern1t1on1l stoxm xx hlch ns noxx 1ttempt1ng to place 1 stmnqle hold on fmendly competltlon Polmcs and war me the obst1cles xxhlch confront fa1r compet1t1on Qnly these txxo factors cm prex ent the contmuatxon of the gre1t Olvmplc Games As long as men compete 1ga1nst men 1nd not qox ernment 1qamst qovernment peace1ble xel1t1ons III the spottmq xxorlcl xxlll LOl'ltll'lLlQ Noxx me come to the other type of sports those cllssed IS n1t1on1l sports There 15 perhxps no one sport that rmks n flrst posltxon for popul1r1ty xn more than one country sue those of the north such as lce 1nd snoxx 1ct1x1t1es An1er1c1 his 1ts football Spun tts bull fxghtmq Cllbi 1ts pelot1 Engl1nd 1ts rugby 1nd Fr1nce xts L1 Crosse lust to mentlon 1 fevt As the ye1rs qo bv xxe only hope that our n1t1onal 1nd mtern1t1onal troubles may be settled peace1bly and th1t competltxxe sports xxxll pl1y 1 qre1t p1rt IH mam tunmq frlencllx rclitxons o ' ' L 'X Q ' ' E 2 Z I E ,E Q .' 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Business Manager Milford Dahl, Photography Editor Dick Phillips, Assistant Editor Paul Francis, Boys' Sports Editor Elaine Mc Reynolds, Girls' Sports Editor Lester Bowman, Assistant Business Manager Noble Sellars, Circulation Manager Marian Baxter, Society Editor Genevieve King, Calendar Editor Robert Buchheim, Assistant Photography Editor Paul Martin, Art Editor Bruce Mayhugh, Alumni Editor Miss Grace A. Shults, Advisor Floyd Curl, Senior Representative Elwood Boosey, Iunior Representa- tive Barbara Baker, Sophomore Representa- tive Edna Frances Iohnson, Freshmen Representative Holding its first meeting two weeks before school closed in Iune 1935, the new Audion Staff was given an inspir- ational and admonitional talk by the re- tiring l935 editor, Bruce Mayhugh, As- signments were also given for advance summer work anticipating the 1936 edition of the Audion. At the second meeting, held on the first day of school this year, the theme and dedication were decided upon, as- signments were called for, and the work on the 1936 Audion started in earnest. From then on, the editor and his as- sistants labored daily, planning the book, making the Hdummyn, and revising and editing the copy which the members of tlie staff faithfully kept up to date. With the friendly help and coopera- tion of Miss I-lield and the Broadcaster Staff in giving the Audion publicity: of Mr. Nleans in lending his support: of Mr, Clarence Bowman and Miss Frances Parks in handling phone calls and cor- respondence, making announcements and patiently attending to many clerical de- railgg of the printers, Steele and Mclnnis. the photographer, Mr. Roland Rabe, and Mr. lohnson of the Santa Ana Engrav- inq Company in their sympathetic assist- ance, the book finally took definite shape. Clfmoadlcaaten Statt Miss Emma B. Hield, Advisor Dick Phillips, Editor-in-Chief l Floyd Curl, Editor-in-Chief 2, Boys' Sports Editor 1 LaVene Parks, Assistant Editor 1, Fea- ture Editor 2 Noble Sellars, Assistant Editor I Paul Francis, Assistant Editor 2, Proof Reader 1 Sam Francis, Assistant Editor 2. Circulation Manager 1 Horace Stevens, Business Manager 1, 2 Martha Thompson, Feature Editor l Loyce Iulien, Girls' Sports Editor 1 George Osterman, Boys' Sports Editor 2 Victoria Canales, Girls' Sports Editor 2 Mary Pafford, Exchange Editor l. Circulation Manager 2 Lauris Adams, Exchange Editor 2 Elwood Boosey, Proof Reader l Iohn Newcom, Reporter l, 2 Marjorie Blakeney, Reporter 1. 2 Harley Babcock, Reporter 1, 2 Barbara Iulien, Reporter 2 The busiest place in school is room five where the Broadcaster Staff holds forth. From an hour before school in the morning until hours after school in the evening, the typewriters are kept clatter- ing as they turn out copy for the current week's paper: the mess of clippings and flapping galley proofs are organized for page makeups: heated discussions wage: assignments and orders are given: and reporters and staff writers issue forth in quest of news and interviews. Combining the practical experience of making up and getting out a weekly paper with the training received in the rules and technique of journalistic writ- ing, the members of the journalism class, with Miss Hield as teacher and advisor, really get something out of the course. The Broadcaster carries considerable advertising which very nearly renders it self supporting. The soliciting and mak ing up of ads falls to the lot of the enter- prising business managers. Gngarugatto na Although the number of students attendtng Tusttn th1s year has been decreased from that of the past the numerous act1x1t1es of the school haxe rema1ned lust as promtnent as before The dramattc athlet1c scholast1c mus1cal and soctal events hate done much lI'1 mak1ng the school 11fe of 1ts students mterestmg dur1ng th1s past year SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Sex eral members of the Tustm chapter l97l of the Caltforma Scholarsh1p Federat1on yourneyed to Newport Harbor Htgh School anuary 20 where the w1nter SQSSIOH of D1str ct 4 was held The sprtng sess1on held at Laguna Htgh School March 24 also mcluded a Tustm group Busmess meet1ngs and panel d1scuss1ons at both meetmqs were pres1ded over by Robert Pankey pres1dent of the dtstrlct The annual conventton of the Caltforma Scholarsh1p Federauon fSouth ern Sect1on was held at Belmont I'l1qh School Los Angeles MISS Els1e C Hull ass1stant adwsor of the local group and Bob Marshall and Dlck Ph1ll1ps delegates attended the affa1r The annual scholarsh1p p1cn1c was scheduled for une 2 at Pr1nc1pal VV Mean s beach cottage at Anahetm land1ng OFFICERS Prrs11lt-111 Dtak l'h1 1p 10 Robert M 1t hall Sctrct trx Naomt Lehman Aclxtsors 1s En1n11 le E N10 C 11 TOP ROVN 1 1rt M11 R1bcr thos 1 W 1lt1r N1ls1111 Robert B111hhc1m 1 ortl Dthl 11 ln1ll Robert Pinkcx 11111 Beth K1 lam 'VIIDDLI' ROW it-rtrtttlc X11 httla L,h1w1l1n Kttastkt Ay1k11 Ok11l'111 1tt' Bwrtholtwmtvx H1111 r111111 as 1 Q1111ph1ll N111 Hlrll BOI IOM ROVV 11110 twntnlds 11 t1rm1 11 1r1t111t' K1'11x1111 l1111 Vxl 1111s NK11111 Lthmtn A 111 tw 1 tr 1 11 1 THE CLIP Membershlp 1n the Cl1p s1qn1f1es the h1ghest honor that may be bestowed upon an athlete at Tust1n Htqh School Those xoted 1nto the club are chosen because of haxmg performed some outstandlng feat 1n athlet1cs 1n a sports manltke manner The Cltp has x ery few soc1al act1x1t1es It stands prlnclpally as a servtce organ1zat1on I7 ROW I l Irln L, ar1 11t'llt' ftrrx lN'l1lrw 111 r1v11 Iaxxrentc 'Vlunrox H11111 Nlctt RD ROKR lVl1ss S tll 11111111 1111' 1Run11l1ls 11 1r 1'n X1rq1r'1a Carson Yacko Oku 11 A111110 Okubo GAA The G1rls Athlet1c Assoc1at1on commonly known as the G A A Wltll an e11cept1onally large and cooperatne membershtp f1n1shed off the year wtth sex eral xery successful functtons to IIS credlt W1th a Chr1stmas sett1ng they staged an espectally enyoyable banquet th1s year honortng the Varstty foot ball team In May they spent a v1eek end at Laguna Beach where the nevt members VK ere duly 1n1t1ated 3 ROW. 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Merle Grtsct. lames Thompson, Bxll Cult. ,l'l'll '--- .lt ' 11 Y lfl1 1 lVl ' ' ' ,, V1 4111 P1 h1 1 , ' A . 1 . v ' l'1 , . 1 , . . . I TOI '--- 11 11hv M111- R1'111l1rs llxrlxn lltxll llclt-11 B1-1 ' Rt lf111111 l11r111'r Uh ' 17' ' 1 J l 1 H1-I G- 1111- K1 q, li.1rh1m K1s1-1 M11 11111 B1 - H11'h1 11 H1:l11'r B1-11 1 I.1111 ll1 111 f111l 1' l1" lpn 6111-1- Ch: ,1 11 El111s1' Hull Ch '11l11 K11.1s11l11. SECOND R JN'--'VI . 11 11 h- s, ' 1 1' , 1 ' M ll H11 l M1 '. 'l'l111111ps1111 lim-l111 lit-111 'tt N11111 1 I,-I 11111 I..11111 A11 s V1 R 1 C1 , Y111-1111 Uk 11 Aw 1 K 11 M ss St-II11 Y111 Tlll"lJ l2OVx'H-H1-1 ' l1'1:11 ll l ks lf th Bell' Ch st111n. 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CPQQWQ Through the sincere and capable direction of Miss May Rose Boruni the drama department has been able to put over many successful perform ances in this past year Three major productions and several minor plays have been presented and yudgmg bv the favorable comments overheard as well as the financial outcome they can be acclaimed as truly successful THE QUEEN OF MARS In presenting its annual play on Friday evening May 8 the drama class had the distinction of giving the premiere performance of Robert St Clair s futuristic play The Queen of Mars The story takes place in the year 1960 with many modernistic ideas carried out in the set and properties The plot is centered around the invention of a rocket ship which is to carry its inventor Walter Nelson his assistant ames Thompson and the professor s daughter LaVene Parks and her fiance Keith Tantlinger to Mars But complications arise when a xillain from Mars Hugh Plumb tries to steal the plans and the professors daughter Things turn out fine in the end however when the rightful king of Mars Noble Sellars comes to the rescue Many amusing incidents arise vx hen the professor s sister Elaine McReynolds falls in love w1th the Martian King and when the Negro houseboy Paul Martin IS scared half to death by many ghosts and mysteries NEW FIRES The Senior class production New Fires a three act comedy by Charles Q Burdette was presented to a packed audience Friday evening March 13 xoiced by many Miss May Rose Borum director stated that the members of the cast were convincing in the portrayal of their character parts The entire action of the plav takes place on the old Santry homestead in Missouri A well appreciated zest of humor is carried throughout the drama THE NUT FARM Declared by all who savl it to have been very entertaining the unior class play The Nut Farm vxritten by ohn C Brownell was presented in the high school auditorium Friday ex ening November 22 at 8 p m under the direction of Miss May Rose Borum According to Horace Stevens busmess manager for The Nut Farm the Juniors cleared approximately S90 on their play The leads were taken by Noble Sellars and Laura Handley who portrayed the characters of Willie Barton and Helen Bent respectively Bill Nelson took the part of Bob Bent the sympathetic Mrs Bent was vlas played bv Elaine Smith while George Osterman as the old farmer Ezra Sliscomb pax ed the way for a good bit of humor His modern daughter xx as played by Eleanor Cogan Bill Bouchard portrayed the swindling Hamilton T Holland Elwood Boosey took the part of Clarence Biddeford a suave scenarist Sam Francis as actor Van Horton amused the audience while Mary Wwtanukl did vxell as the maid 71 S . . . 7 y. . . . . . . 7 ll Y? That the comedy was especially well suited to high school production was 7 . . . Q . ' , V . . 7 K l I V - D n V rirly-fu WMALC With splendid cooperatuon and good felloxx ship as the keynotes of their success the Cvlee Clubs of 1935 1936 haxe been especially outstanding Earlier in the year the Girls Glee Club enacted a very clex er pantomime before the P T A portraying in song and in dress the passing modes and fashions The Girls Glee Club dressed in long red robes presented an mspirmq spectacle in the dlmly lighted high school auditorium as they beautifully sanq the sacred hymns for the Natix ity vx hich xx as gix en by the Christian Advent and Presbxterian churches of Tustin on December I5 Chonita vxas the operetta given by the combined glee clubs on March 27 Colorful costuming and gay gypsy livelmess prexailed throughout the performance The outdoor scenes for the operetta were made especiallv effectixe by Mr L H Crafts who planned and arranged the settings and Vs ho used his unusually beautiful potted plants for the scenes The Girls Glee Club also sent their representatix es to the Music Festix 'al which is an important musical event gix en ex ery year in Muslc Week The Boys Glee Club gaxe a xery splendid performance before the W C T U and the Farm Bureau and sanq for a number of other entertainments The glee clubs furnished music for such important functions as the Mav Breakfast Baccalaureate and Graduation It was under the capable direction The piano and organ classes under the direction of Miss Mary McVey also shovx ed their interest in school actixities On sex eral occasions members of the piano class favored the P T A xxith piano selections When the plays and the operetta vxere gix en the piano and organ classes lent their talent to the success of the functions Later in the year a two piano recital was given by the members of the piano classes The classes ended their year by playing for the Baiccalaureate and Grad l13f1OI'1 QXQICISQS SCHOOL When the Joys of school are over And the great world opens wide We xxill think our pleasures oxer And our hearts vxill swell with pride For our Tustin H1 is glorious And her name forex er glows SONG Tustin H1 well always loxe you You re the best school in the state Your bright colors ever flying There s nothmg quite so great or your teams vxell stand forever or your honors large and small ln the hearts of all vxho loxe her e will always heed your calling For 'idxantaqes she shows or we loxe you one and all Novx xxe lose no time in sighmq But vxe proudly do our share For the honors Tustin s gaining In her combats ex erywhere We ll uphold her lofty standards Keep unmarred her worthy name For Tustin Union High School She s the best in the vxorld xxe claim Th 1145 I . . . . - . 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I I I1 Cvlotcdl qootballlf Uallcujena Football xxould be 1 forqotten qwme xxrthout ts heroes heroes xx ho rarsed rt to the herghts rn vxhrch rt noxx glorres As rn any sport there are a fexx men rn football vxhose nwmes toxx er Hbove all the rest The records of l1mous coiches ire often sxx elled by the fact that they lr rxe rt some trme I een hrqhly recognrzed for therr xx ork rs pliyers In fwct many of our coaches today haxe been AllAmerrc1n chorces rn the past Glen S 1 Pop Warner excelled both as a player ind 1s a coach As a coach he dex eloped txxo of the most poxx erful bickfreld aces rn hrstory rn arnes Thorpe of the Carlrsle lndrans and later Ernre Nexers of Stlnford The qre1t Red Grange and hrs famrlrar 77 vtrll never be forgotten And then there were the den Mrller ind Stuhldreher created bv the rnvrncrble Knute Rockne not to mentron countless others xx ho earn ed fame under hrs qurdance these men made football hrstory hrstory thi vxrll be remembered for years to come Whrle elex en players 'rre xxrnnrnq AllAmer1carr honors eich year the malorrty of those n'1mes rre forgotten lt rs only the llrshv backt eld sensatron th rt leax es an rmprrnt on the rnrnds of the sportrng world The lrnemen vxho do Her culean xxork openrnq holes for those rn the backfreld to piss throuqh do not recerxe half the credrt that should be grx en them Hoxx ex er as the popularrty of football rncreases fans wx rll learn to study the essentrals and real rze that erch mm must do hrs part rn order that the team tlrtlcs c ' c K V c 'A .' 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N x Jlthflfgticzl Oioga Sponta VARSITY FOOTBALL Consldermg the lack of maternal that Tustm had they falred qulte xx ell All of last year s team vxas lost through graduatnon Thls year they encount ered some tough teams xxlnnxnq three qames loslnq fue and ty1nq one The Escondido game shovx ed what they could do vxhen they were cllckmq September 28 Downey 6 Tustin 6 The openmq game of the season found Dovx ney and Tustm collndxng on the home turf Tustm broke the lce early ln the fourth qu1rter after an mter cepted pass by Paul Francls and a l1ne plunge by Edvx 1rd Bmstovt only to be scored on xn the last four seconds Both teams falled to conx ert October 4 Garden Grove 6 Tustln 0 Flghtlng the unx whlch Garden Groxe seems to hue on Tustxn the Txllers were turned back 1n the latter part of the game bv 1 long pass vxh1ch resulted mn the only score of the game October ll Oranqe 19 Tustm 0 Traxelmg to the Orange gr1d1ron Tust1n fell v1ct1m of three Panther touchdowns one rn the flrst quarter on a sustaxned drxxe and one ln the thlrd quarter on another sustalned drlxe The last score vt as made ln the fourth quarter as the result ofa pass October 18 Laquna 0 Tustm 19 Earnmq the r fnrst uctory of the season Tustm left Lmunl Beach hold mq the bag ln thelr openmg leaque game on the home turf Tustm scored after a penalty put Laguna rn a hole and p1led up thelr lead xuth txxo more touchdovx ns m the second half lnsplred bv Lexus Tadlock the flqhtmg llttle quarterback Tust n almost upset the fax or1te Valencxans ln a hard fought game at Placentla November 1 Anaheim 39 Tustm 0 Ted by thelr all countv back Wally Fee the Anahexm Colonlsts put on an array of laterals and reverses to doxxn the Tustxn TlllBf9 by sxx touch downs on the home turf November 8 Caplstrano 6 Tustm 20 Recoxermg from last weeks game Tustm oxertook the Pxdres from Caplstrano 1n a somevx hat equal battle on the home f1eld A certaln substmtute quarterback bv the name of Rxchard Ferguson rattled off txxo thlrty yard runs to score txx 1ce for the Farmers November 15 Newport 13 Tustm 0 Endmg thexr league on the Newport gxrdmron the lrttle Tlllers opposxnc one of the strongest defense teams IU the county vtent down gwmely after hax 1ng two touchdoxx ns scored agaxnst them November 28 Escondldo 0 Tustin 6 Wlndxng up thexr season by trax ehnq to Escondldo Thanksgumq dax Tus 1n nosed out the home team by scormg nn the last four mlnute of plav A scormg threat of Tustln vs as stopped at the tvx o yard l1ne1n the flrst quarter The score was made IH the last four mmutes of play by a pass from Paul Francls to Edu ard Brxstoxx T I . . . . 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IT 'ug T11 c BEE FOOTBALL The class B football squad f1n1shed one of the most successful seasons ex er knoxxn under Coach Ernle Byrne TUbf1H lost thelr games only by the anallest posslble margms converslons l N 1-r 1 1111111 11' 11 1 111111 11 n R111111 1l1hc'1111 Yuk 1 1- 11 1 F11q1111- 11 1 D Y 1 110 H1111 1 Crt l711l1 111 n 11111111 cs 1 1 11111 11 ues 1r1s 111111 Sa cs 1111 1 111111 11r l111 1111 1 111s 11 1111 1111 .4111 1 1 ls1o K11s111 1 111r11l N 11q11 1 1 1 J IHCUN1 Rflvx 1 crl 1 X 1111 Milf' f 1 1111 TRAFK A lI2ALlx , W r 111 11 s1s1 1111 11 11 11111s 111 11 1 1rl1's Nl111llc'1 11 1 1111q1'1 1l1111 11111 m 111 11111111 11111 11 BO'l IO N R1h111l A 11111l1 1111 3111111 11111 111 1111 111 1 ll11h 1rd 1ss1111 B I PAQ 11 11111 1 1 111 11 11111 1 11 1111111 111 1 1n11 1 11111 11111 r 11111-111 l'lumes1on 1 oath MIDDLL RLJVV K 1'111qc Os11r111111 l' v11n 11r1111 a 1 111 1 111 rc111e lVl1111r111 Bob Marsh 1ll clor l111 1 irc Mo lxusuc Rohtrl B111l1he1n1 M1na cr B01 IOM ROVV l 11q1n1- 111req111 a1'l11' S 111 o 111 111 1 q c s111111 1 p 111111 Crt 1111s 11h11 lN1w111n1 Chester 11r I llilll W1th xery l1ttle mater1al to draw from Coach Vmcent L Humeston put out a team that won all the dual and tr1anqle meets except one and f1n1shed fourth 1n the county track meet Lew1s Tadlock xaulter smashed the old pole vault record of ll feet 7 lnches held by Dean Franc1s when he xaulted ll feet 9 xnches 1n the county meet beh1nd Bud Gr1ff1n who broke the county record by 1ump1ng 12 feet Rxchard Ferguson f1n1shed a close second IH the l00 yard dash wh1le Sam Franc1s and Harry lVl1les took th1rd 1n the 880 and 440 respectnely and R1chard N1sson placed 111 the h1qh 1ump Vkflth a t1e for th1rd The Bees had a very weak squad wh1ch only garnered sex en polnts 1n the countv Paul Franc1s pumped elex en feet three 1nches to t1e Lexus Tad lock s record of elex en three Paul Francls t1ed w1th bmlth of Newport Har bor for f1rst place 1n the county meet Don Hall who lowered the 1320 yard run record to three m1nutes 36 8 seconds 1n the MIDOF League meet placed a close second 1n the County meet Although w1nn1nq all the n1eets w1tl1 the smaller schools the Tust1n Cees only man to place 1n the County meet was Albert P1d1as 11 ho t1ed for th1rd place ln the broad 1ump CORI I VI-'VT r1 111 11 r 11s1 V1 1r 11s c r x1r1 1 h 7 1 d 11 1d 111n1'1 lllqh 1unD il I 1 if RR l111l1 1 11l R 101811 111111 n s11 VR ,x 11171 III R 1 I111 11 l111 lr111 X 11l1111s R11l11 Ph1l1p N1x11111 Ph l1p 'N1v.11 1 Albert lHlc11r1 11 L1111 1 lqlc l 11 11 X1l11 111 1 T111 11111 1..M.11....1 1f.1.1 . 15, 1. 111 12-1 lls 15111 'v 111- I..1111-11111 M 1. 1 1111 11. 1,1 1.1, 1-1 Bu' , ' '111 K111l.1111.1. 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I1-fl l211l1.111ls 'N' l . 1l 511'.11 Cfl1.11'l1-s l:111l11- 17r1,1ll1' Slul furry Fu VARSITY BASKETBALL After completing a successful season xuth a tie for second place in their league Tustm took a crack at the Huntington Beach Champs in an exhibition game Tustins Farmers came within tvxo points of upsetting them on our oun floor Although the Tillers did not vxin the Huntington Beach Tournament they traveled to each of the home courts of the vt mners where Tustm s quintet was able to score a uctorv each time T TO Ricnr c I Orange 22 Tustm 28 In a pre leaque game played in the Stanley Gymnasium and sponsored by the Lettermen s Club the little Tustin Tillers upset Orange s Panthers 28 22 anuary 17 Laquna 25 Tustm 62 Startinq their league schedule on the home floor Tustm swamped Laguna 62 25 in a somevx hat one sided game Tustin s subs paved the way playing most of the game Ianuary 24 Valencia 31 Tustin 34 Tustm was gn en their first test of the season when a stubborn Valencia me gaxe us one of our hardest games vxith a score of 34 31 anuary 31 Anaheim 46 Tustm 37 The climax of Tustin s season came when they traveled to Anaheims cracker box gym and were walloped 46 37 Anaheim kept on top all the way although challenged sex eral t1mes by the defending champs February 7 Capistrano 28 Tustm 37 Tustins little Farmers oxercame San uan Capistranos Padres 37 28 in a toss up game at Capistrano s gym Sam Francis forward marked the way vxith 14 points xx hile Lavx rence Monroy did a magnificent lob of guarding Ace Axila the top scorer of the league vxhen he limited him to 5 pomts February 14 Newport 29 Tustm 42 Completing their league season on her home floor Tustm s Tlllers bumped New port Harbor s Sailors 42 29 Don Kennedy only graduatmg player of bam Francis held high point honors with 12 points February 21 Huntmqton Beach 35 Tustin 33 Gu ing the Huntington Beach champions the hardest game of their season Tustm came xxithm tvxo pomts of tying an 6X1'l1bltl0l'1 game played in the Stanley gvmnasium Althouqh outplayed 18 11 in the first half Tustm came back in the second half to out score the champs 22 17 BEE BASKETBALL r l Although they defeated the Orange League champions 42 27 in a non league game Co'1ch Ernie Byrne s Bees did not rate so high in their standing Sickness took 1 great hand against the lightwelghts bv keeping several of the regulars from some of the most important games of the season The scores of the qame are as follows Laguna Beach 26 Tustm 18 Valencia 13 Tustm 38 Anaheim 41 Tustm 19 Capistrano 33 Tustm 28 New port Harbor 24 Tustin 15 1 S - V. . , . V 5 - c Q . . . . l . . V. . Y . . V . . 7. , V. . Q . I.1iF Vi ' --- oach B111 Coltxllklerlc Grxset, Hugh Plumb, Don Kennedy. Sam Francis, Wal cr Linker, limb Pankcy. Roy Felkncr. Lawrence Monroy. Cleo Stone, Victor Linker, Paul Francis. Lester Bowman, Manager ? . I -' . 1 ' - A V .. ' ' V ' , - - 1 " . 5 . N . V . Y . . . f' ' ' f' - . I -1 . 3 . -- "' 3 ' , V . .1 .. 7 I . , tt H - ' v l ' l ' l v r Y Y. . , Y , V . . . . . 1. H v. 7 . . . -- Q ' r l ' 5 - ' , ' the first string, played his best game of the season, making 10 points. But -- . K y . . V. . 7 . . . . . . 1.1i17l' TO RIGHT---Coach A'Ern1c" Bvrnr, Horace Swv:-nx. Wsrsley Fisher, Takeo Yamada, Reber Marshall, Nobc Sellars. Iohn Ncwconi. loc Kvlrwy. lohn Osterman. Tadznwo Murakami, Millard Foster, Albert Padias, and Usoige Oslcrmgm, Manager. G L , I Y N . . . . . D 5 f. ' . . O -1 x. 7 Z ' I : 7 c , f A . " flu-.M xx , . xx- x , w l nf Yu' A INDOOR Although losrng all therr lettermen except three Coach Brll Cole s rndoor team probably wrll be well up to the top of the lrst when the league frnrshes Edward Brrstow who has been prtchrng varsrty rndoor for four years and rs one of the best rn the leaque wrll probably be the hrgh lrght of Tustrn s team Sam Francrs last year s relref prtcher took up the other end of the wrtrllery behrnd the plate Other hrghlrghts on the team were Don Kennedy wrth hrs hrtt ng Walter Lrnker wrth hrs abrlrty to frll the shortstop posrtron Lawrence Monroy wrth hrs spectacular catchrng at frrst base Albert Padras and Paul Francrs rn coverrng second and thrrd bases respectrvcly and Tome Salazar wrth hrs easrness rn freldrng the ball The scheduled league games were as follows May 8 Tustrn at New port May 15 Tustrn at Laguna May 19 Tustrn at Huntrngton Beach May 22 Anaherm at Tustrn May 26 Brea Olrnda at Tustrn May 29 Tustrn at Garden Grove une 2 Tustrn at Orange P ROW Sldncv Smrlh Iohn Ncvnrom Vrtlor Lrnktr Sam l'r1ncrs B l Pwrncll I'dvs1rc Brrstovx I 1 son C lhcrt Brrstov. I avtrrmr Nlnnrox D m lhrr l I lrm s FRONT ROW Rcnc I nqrcr C corqr ffslcrmin lVltRevnolds lr-o Stone Lour Rnhl Vyrllnm oxd or Kerrssv Lexus Wrllhrlnrrt C ordon amrs P ROW Albert P rlr us C1 dt C asm ll nrolrl lVl rtlhmxs Don Ktnnuly Rohr rl Buthherm Cl nu lt Mellon 1 lr-r I rnkrr cs er ovt m rn nn I o or str rm In R th :rd H ummm r oy Fnlknu vt :rl rmunr nur x 1 In nu I XNh SWIMMING At the present wrrtrng rt looks as rf Coach Vrncent L Humestons swrmmrng team has a frfty frfty chance agarnst Huntrngton Beach to wrn the county swrmmrng meet whrch rs to be held at Tustrn May 29 Therr veteran Drennan Ahern wrll have a good chance to capture tht 440 yard free stroke Bob Pankey holder of the county record rn the 100 yard brack stroke wrll also be well out rn front Lewrs Tadlock and Leo Crawford Tustrn s most able drvers should take a place rn the county meet TOP ROW Coach Vrnct-nt l Humcstor Hrrlrv Brhtock Bob Pxrrktv amrs lhomp on Bob Arnold Leonird rennin Ahcrn lro Crnxfonl NN rrrcn lk tr r cn r rmrn 1 :rr os cr or S 1pm Phrlrp Rrrnne Alnxu evrr hrsttr All TIUI' TIISTIIN R CORIJS IIP TO lVlsrllcy relav m VV rtson x l stxlt I r fr sr 77 ward free sts 1 L vird Irie stxle lfl y url lure lndrxrdu rl Nlcdlcw Rel uv Ahrrn lm Ahcrn Ahtrn III KW arson W nson Doyle Chrttxndcn VV nson Ahern TENNIS VH 1934 1936 9 l 1954 l937 l9Ib 1934 l9I'l 1936 77 4 00 6 4 6 24 0 48 0 Co'1clr Robert Korff s tennrs team at the trme thrs storv was wrrtten had lust startel therr tennrs season Merle Cwrrset who has won the Tustrn Hrgh School srngles champronshrp heads the lrst for rankrng wrth Bob Marshall and Charles Mueller rn second 'md thrrd places respectrx ely The scheduled tournaments are as follows May 2 Boys Srngles May 5 Caprstrano May 8 Newport Beach May 9 Boys Doubles May 12 Valencra May I5 Laguna Beach May 19 Huntrngton Beach May 22 Anaherm May 26 Brea Olrnda May 29 Garden Cwroxe and une 2 Orange ISee prcture page 47I ROV! Coach Roherv Ixorlf Mrlford Urhl arle um xr es ex ls nr omte trxtns B Kc-nth qh Plumb M rlg Gr 'I OXX ohrrr 'lxrsl-a rnrwd mq cr xrrt-rr rs r Ch ur Str-arn R ubrn on lm rrr C c TO --- ' .1 ' . " . ' ', .lf ' 1 ll f' , 1 'E l .' '. B'll N 'lx , wi r '. .. " " s ' I f ll and 'nu : . Cl. . f-- .1 A , I A J . .B. I. ' I C .' , s 'r . ' '. B j .I ' ' 2 ', I ' I' 'l'O A-- a 15, ' jf ' la. 2 2 ' ' ', ' r ' , 'r r- NVrl . - , I. pt B ' . . 'l'o r Salazar and R.lf P h. FRONT ROW-Y-I - Us ' 1 . r- . . ' , R V' ' Ed 'r 1 B r , Pvrrv Cup ' Al 'rr ll. '15, Incqrx- Grrsct .md lilm-r ' rslcr. .H . .. , 1, .' 4 ' r, r I. 'J H s . . . hthwendenmu, llarry Mules. Edgar Cox. Donn Hari. lirlxxm Cox. Assrsmnr Coach Ivss Haxton. BO'l"l'OlVl ROW--V IJ . . . 1 . ' . ". 'ls' Nl ltr Ch It' lr . Nl ll. l F J! , Irrur fr. lx' lls l. 's 'll.ltllnr'k, C ' Curl. .. r . . ra . . r f 1 . 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K ,r ' vs f Q r s Brll r s lrzty-If-111 vw gf., .Yi ,Qkmfx rtu Nme Cgumlla Sponta BASKETBALL The g1rls athletlc season vxas successfully ushered IH th1s year by an especlally enthusrast c turnout for the ex er popular sport basketball Practxces began the second xxeek of school The Senlors although hav1ng the smallest number out had a much better representatnon than 1n the past two years and determmed to make the1r last year the brggest and best ex er Marran Baxter headed the slxteen Senlor q1rls as captam the twenty four umors elected Martha Thompson for thelr head the Sophomores wrth twenty frve chose Elolse Hull The Freshmen desxrous of drsplaymg therr worth and fxne school spnrlt to the old Alma Mater boasted txx enty one eager members wrth Mar garet Coleman lead1ng them as captam After many weeks of dlllgent practnce two rounds of mterclass games were played These were espec1ally mterestlng th1s year because the teams xxere so ex enly matched ln a xxell plax ed and hard fought qame the unlors edged out the Senrors bv a close score for a xlctory 1n the f1rst rounds only to be humbled rn the second twenty erqht to tvx enty f1ve by the well organ lzed and determlned teamwork of the Senlor q1rls 1n the1r flnal game The wmnrng of th1s game produced a t1e between the unlors and SQHIOIS for the nterclass champronshxp and placed a pernod after four happy years of work 1ng together IH basketball n Stanley gymnaslum for the Senlors Home from playday at Fullerton a verv promrsrnq Freshmen team was the only one to emerge vrctorrous defeatlng Nexx port thrrty sw to flxe The Sophomores lost to Nevx port the unlors vxent dovxn for defeat agarnst a stronger team from Fullerton xx hrle the hard f1qht1ng Sensor team xxas domlnated by the fast md accurate Senxors of Orange VOLLEYBALL One round of mterclass xolleyball xx as run off follovxrng the few weeks of prelxmmary practxce A xx ell orqanl ed unlor team proudly defeated all classes to xxm the champlonshlp At playday Senlors umors and Sophomores met defeat but the conslstent ldxeshle q1rls redeemed our fallen colors and came through on top defeatrng Brea frfty one to fortv HOCKEY Ex eryone xxas anxlous to beqm hockey practrce after xolleyball days vxere ox er The Senrors selected LaVene Parks for captam the unrors were headed by Barbara Cook the Sophomores by Helen Betty Rrtner and the Freshmen by Rebecca Archer Practlces xx ere enthuslastlc each class developxng good team xxork vxhrch resulted rn rnterestmg lnter class games INDOOR There xx as an unusually large turnout for Indoor th1s season Tvxo mghts 1 xx eek the glrls practrced conscrentlously to lmproxe therr battlng and freld mg There was an QKCIUTIQ and close race betvx een the three upper classes for the mter class champlonshlp At play day each class made a good shoxx mg to conclude a very successful and exceedxnqly enloyable year m Wthletlcs The grrls all four classes 1o1n ln expressmg then' vxhole hearted apprecla txon to our ex er w1ll1nq ind cilxxays helpful coaches Mrss Stella Yocum and Frances Parks xxho naxe spent so much time and krnd effort ln helpmg us to develop good sportsm1nsh1p and teamxx ork 'fu o l . . 7 . . 1 . . 5 Y . A , . . 7 . . ' x . - - l , - 4 . -1 . . . . . - v . , - . ' A V - V r f r r I ' L ' Q . N V. . . , v ' - ' Y - A - v , , 1 , - . . 5 . . A . ' , ' 1 . . . 7 . - . . V , . . r , I ' r r ' . 7 I f A L , A 7 I , e fl . . V Y 7 v 7. 7 . . . V .-I . . K r 1 W V. . . . I . . . , , . H s . H . . K , I . Y V . . . Y 7 Y . . . ' v x . . V . . . . , . . Y V . v . . . . - , , l . r ' V ' k' C r ' - . . . V I - ' K' ' ' C 1 V r- ' . If E v c v. 1 . . c., ,', ,' I V - -' 'V " c c ' .1 ., , ' K . 7 c ' .1 . . 1 .' 2 ' . 711 dilaalutlzfafll SENIORS IO ROW Lorralnc Ecklcs lN tom: Lehman El'nnc' MgRcxnolds I' m :ko Kathara Granc Ch1nq1l1 Ntldt Ar nold has 0 Oltubrv BOTTOM ROXX Marx Pafforcl can Hopkxn: Xlr qtnla Carion Crane Etchcberrxa Laurx Adam: Barbara Kxicr C59 IUNIORS lUp ROXV lqrlngci Whltakrr Vu torta Canalrr bhlrlcw Phelps lwrhrr Hs-llc Lhrlitxan Ax1ko Okuho Hcrtht P14 ns Gertrudr Y nshtda Martha lnhnmpinn BOTTOM ROVV Mxr me Adams Kathrvn Cox Margortc bhoemakcr Dorothy Hell Barbara Look Laura llindlcy Vxxlan Parham me SOPHOMORES IOP ROVN Bwr ara Hall Alum Vtrqlnxa Matthtvu. Barn llemlruk Vlrqmla Dnmond Dorothy Rcndxrs BOTTOM ROW Anxtx Sequm Prmt lamca Vera Srott Dorothy Leonard een Bern Rttncr Paula Punts l'hcrma Hanson Marx Ellen Andcr -n 083 FRESHMEN lUp ROXN Xfxrqmn Paflord Brrh l'ranuQ Bculxh can Osborn Mxrqtrct Lolcman fill alu-th Ctmphcll Tomoko lxutafakt Marqucrttc Smith Fine K4 llama BOTl'OlVl ROW Bcttx Tum mona Elnnor Doxle Rehmca Arnhnr Beth Kellam Numan Rulkman Emllx Bouchard Marx llolmcs Ann1 'Vlarrf' 1 I ' P '--- ' I . , . ' j ' a . Bartholomew. Gwcnalolyn lVlcCarts-r H 1 L' ,- ' . .f SUA . A - 4, ln:-' , L, Urwrvf Q L K l 1 ru Tl wollwlmla SENIORS IOP ROW :ry Pnffurrl C111 napkins Vlrqmn xrmn K rue rrhehcrrla I mr s Ar mms N mm: Lx-hm un Bwrlnra Kner Marx In Bax ter L1V4 nc- P lrlcs BOT TOM ROW Vlwruvrle Kcnvon Nelda Arnold urrame lwlr es Crue Chinqalu Plame Ma Rexnulds Y nel-no Okuho 05.9 1uN1oRs TOP ROW Chucks Kltasakx Ber tha Padxw Avxkn Ol-ruhu Lulu Adam :on Elemor Coqan Vnuan Parham Frame: Whltikcr Lwuri Handley Barbara Cook Myrmc Adlms BOT TOM ROW Marth1 Thompson Vlc torn Canwlew Esther Belle Chrnstnan Shlrlex Phelpf Norma D1ly Pwulme Lravlford Mwrynrn Shuem'lkcr Doro thx llexl Beth Pdmlxton GMD SOPHOMORES TOP ROW Doruhw Renders Bettw em llcnclrnks Bern Lou Hannaforcl rlolxn MnL1rter BOT TOM ROW Wu a Purxns ur :rx Ha He cn Rltner Dnrnthw I ron xrrl Frm: ames Amt 1 Snqurn M Irv Fllen Andcriun 08.9 FRESHMEN P QOXN xc' on xml umm 1 lxxmmkn M1rquc'r1le Smxth Mnrqaret mln mm uh mms II1 a efh a lphell B an f urn Bet x Sutherland BOI IOM ROW xr m 1 um nn: 'lane C m x xnnr mx 0 l'm1lx Bmuharc Q! Kellum x an mm Rahul: A hxr H V --- M2 ' 1 , I 1 H R 'z C: , , 1. ' E x .2 1' ls 2 3-T1 .AQ Virqnnla Matthews. Evelyn Hull. Gwen- P. 1 4' ABQ h. 1 ll, lm . h j . . 4. . 1 I TU l V '---F-lj KX lr 1, ll' lm C xl.. Frz, " ftzih C .rx .. . eulah Ire Nh ., E' Q z . ' "' , ---V' - gl a Pr ff l A . N . 1 I' El D.g1 . 1 V - - 1 B h - 1 x Vx mn R 'k 5 . ' - . lrk ' . , A-,. CJCl'i6lj- SENIORS IOP ROV! 1 gnc Pnrlu rut' I rhcrrn nrqnmx xrson t n opltm Laurn Adams mml h mm Barbara lxurr Mirnn Baxter BO FTOM ROXN Marlorm lxenwon Nelda Arnold Lorrinne Etlcles Grate Chlnqala Flame MtRewnold Yieko Oltulm NJ IUNIQRS ROV! Shnrltw Phnlps llirrnt ruth Normw xlw Doro! w cl Myrnn Adams Llurx H lmllex Vlu In Pxrhwm Eleanore Coqan BOTTOM ROXN Chnvoko Kntaxalu Avaku Oltuho Esther Belle Chr: txan Barbara Cook Berrha Padns Ctrtrude Yoshnch no SOPHOMORES 3 ROW' Vrqrnlx N1 Hthtus mt harm Hull Marv lilltn Anderson her mx Hanson Ernn :mes Anna e qurx Exelxn Hull Dorothv Renders BOTTOM ROW Alne Bartholomew Vera btotr Dorulhx Leonard Helen Bc tx Rxrner Cvundolxn lNlcCarter I3 vrorhs. XX mn Betts ein Hendrnke 00.9 FRESHMEN Ohh ot xml lumo o r 1 Nlarqmrxu Smxr M1rq1rsr o Q man stu Sur url md Btu 1h t un O born El: iheth Campbell Beth lr mu BOTTOM ROW Emxlw B :nth 1rd Anna Maru C rotx E mor Doxlf, Rebecca Arrher Beth Kellams Xxxxln Rnkmin Nnrqnnn Pafnd Fun T! " '--- LV- . Gu E eh .. V I 1 Ca Q . I-.1 ll ' s. s . . N. Le - TOP '---Q ' j - . ' Ul K . ' 1 Dr hr' H 'l. 'l'Ul '--- 1 I 4 r . r B- - tv l.ou Hannnford. Paula Purvxs. Bar- . 1 1 . K X' ' ' : , 'l' - 1 , . ls S - ray le , , ' I . t - ' , ' I . " A. TOP R '---Fnvt' K l. . H k Klhnkx. Q ' f ,' h 4 44 ' C l- B' ' Q h' 1 , ' l. lqu 5 , '11 v . t . Q. - I ', l' X ' 1 " . ' 1 . . f r . l l ndlocm SENIORS TOP ROW Nelda Arnold Elaine MLReynolds Lorraine Eeltles Naomr Lehman Grace Changala Yaeko Okubo BOTTOM ROW Graee Etcheberrta Vnrglnra Carson Mary Prfford lean Hopkme Barbara Krser Marxan Batter 000 1uN1oRs 'IOP ROW Martha Thompson lsa belle Ahern Bertha Padras Either Bella Chrmtran Ayako Okubo Ger trude Yoshida Chryoko Kltasakl BOTTOM ROW Vlvran Parham l"l1rr1et Ulrlch Myrnre Adams Doro thy Hell Barbara Cook 'ind Shirley Phelps 64-9 SOPHOMORES TOP ROW Elulie Hull Evelyn Bennett Dorothy Wmn Vrrgmta Matthevni Exelvn Hull Alice Barthlo mevu Vera Scott Gwendolyn McCar ter Bettv Lou Hannaford Vurgrnla Dnmond Dorothy Renders BOTTOM ROW Helen Betty Rrtner Mary Ellen Anderson Therma Hanson Bar hara Baker Erma Iamei Barbara Hall Dorothx Leonard Anna Sequra Paula Purus CY-.9 FRESHMEN lOP ROYV Faye Kodama Marqaret Cullman Beth Franus El: abethcamp lv ll Marquerrte Smrth Tumoku Kuta wk: BOTTOM ROW Vtxlan Rrck mm Bath Kellwms l'lxnor Doyle Re hr-ur Arther Fmtly Bouthard Anna M lrlt' C rotx SWIMM'NG Fullerton and Santa Ana came to the Tustin pool this year for the Orange County Glrls Swimming Meet and left xt ith a victorv for Fullerton and a second place for Santa Ana Tustin lacked material to make a very good showing but prospects look better for next year with several promismq under classmen L T TO RIGHT Pxelvn Bennett Virqi 11 P.-lflord B th l'ra ci lzmiw Bl r Bet Ke am Y n 1' Bouchard Therma Han on Harriet Ulrl h E ther Belle Chr Ilan C1 mlolvn Nl C rter TENNIS the league with smaller schools The girls had a xerx successful tennis team winning most of their matches Virginia Carson played first smgles Virginia Matthews second Yaeko Okubo third and Ayako Ckubo fourth with Nelda Arnold and Marguerite Smith substituting First doubles were played by Gwendolyn McCarter and Helen Betty Ritner and Tomoko Kitasaki and Beth Kellams played second doubles LEFT TO RIGHT Marque te 5 th Axak Olulwo Vnrqni Matlh rqni 1 Nelda Arnold C' endolxn McCarter Tomolno lxitasalu and Nwko Ok h Fflyf: 1- . . . . vi. . . V. . . EF ---2' I , 'A n . ' . 0 ' n"s. ' 'll' oicha d. h ll s. V1 ifr tl , s , A C . S is' , 'wc V r a . Due to the division of the schools this year, Tustin was changed over into Q Y 1, . v --- b ri 'mu , ' o 1 . 'Au i. . cws, llclrn Belly Rilnvr. Vi li i. C.rson . nw V' , V . , '. u u, i - il' CLYYLEA YI. 5Cl"LCJOQ .QL E, The establlshment ln Amerlca of publlc schools that are free and open to all IS one of the great rf not the greatest factor of Amerlcan clxllxzatlon It IS somethlng that xxe as true Americans should be proud of and when there comes about anythmg that xxlll 1n anv xx ax help the betterment of our publlc school svstem we should not hesxtate ln the least to accept xt It has been through the acceptance of the qame of football ln our Amerlcan schools that It has come to be such a colorful part of our l fe More people attend foot ball games annuallv than anv other sport And these games that have such qreat popularlty are contests be tween our schools brlnglng recognltlon to them Of course there IS the fault that manv trx to commerclallze our college football but that xx 111 IH trme be ellmrnated If football were to be taken out of schools then th lmportance of lt could be re allzed That old adage that 1ze hoxx lmportlnt lt xx as IS certaxnlv true ln thxs case ust xmaqme hoxx dead and colorless our present dav schools vxould be xxlthout that annual game xxxth that most r1x il opponent' One c in ICQOQUI e football s place m the schools throuqhout the country xx hen one thmks of the manner mn xxhxth lt hrs Lllilfed our schools ln frnendlv r1x alrv .t K C 5 , . . V, . C 4 t K . c ' . ' . Q . Q I c 'A ' 1 1 'c I' 1 ' l C I . 1 u C KC . 1 i . - . V 4 . , , e l c I i V . r. c c c. tells us that when a thing is taken away from us xx'e real- l l ' 7' c c c t c 'f c 5 ' 'z . 2 ' ' 'z 2 . f ' . . , , ' . X P NW Q if X ff QQ ,gf N445 GAA scvmfz ,Clie fii Y ff: ,J wh. gi' rg J :XV fa V 2 'XXX X-.W U A XF,-if .fu I f u 2- 153 Z- .11 513 JHV.-:iiffk- g kzg- Xxx - I , 4 Q15 1 - I , ', Q " J' wk- 5 ' wg X I I f ' 0 JHYCF K. Socztetuf The teachers reception September 15 this year was a very enyoyable ex ent Mrs Ernest Crozier Phillips the chairman gaxe a welcoming speech to the parents and teachers Folloxxing a delightful program of xarious numbers about 150 guests gathered in the patio xxhere a social time was enioyed as refreshments of xxafers and punch xxere served FRESHMEN RECEPTION The Freshmen reception September 20 1935 was a xery entertaining ex ent for the Tustin community and the student body After the program at which Paul Martin presided as master of ceremonies all adyourned to the football field xxhere a sack rush betxx een the Freshmen and Sophomore classes xas held The Sophomores came out victorious in this event The Senior class declared this year 5 Freshmen xxere the most stubborn class they had ex er seen GIRLS HI IINKS The girls Hi inks held on October 4 1935 at 7 30 p m in the school gymnasium was in harmony xxith autumn in its decoration After a delightful ex ening of entertainment and qames the girls donned sxximminq suits and adyourned to the plunge xxhere they enioved a dip by the light of the moon HOKUMS INVITATIONAL After the successful presentatlon of four plays at the Hokums Invitational held anuary 13 the Hokums members and alumni adlourned to the cafeteria fo enioy a splendid dinner program Following the dinner the basketball game xxith Orange in Stanley gymnasium xxas attended LETTERMEN S BANQUET The Lettermens Banquet and init ation xxas held on Friday exening of the initiation took place in the school gymnasium When the initiation shoxx xxas ox er the banquet xxas serx ed by the initiates in the cafeteria The speaker of the ex ening xxas Coach Leo Calland of San Diego State College Cowch Bill Cook of S A C was also an outside guest MAY BREAKFAST The Mav breakfast xxith the Seniors hosts to the uniors xxas held on the morning of May first in the school cafeteria Departing from the usual sprmg theme a nautical idea xx 'as carried out this year The cafeteria xxas decor'1ted and arranged to look like the dining room of a boat and there was twrry entertamment and a seafood item on the menu An informal and enyoyable feature was the singing of sea songs by the entire assemblage betxx een courses With all hands on deck a polly hour xxas reported SCHOLARSHIP PICNIC The Scholarship Society xx as inxited on the first xx eek of une to Princi pal W Means beach home at Anaheim Landing with Mr Means and Miss Emma B Hield as the host and hostess A xery enyoyable time was spent by those attending IUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET ournevinq to the Norconlan Club House near Covina the uniors and Seniors held their formal annual banquet on the ex enmg of une n1nth A dance held after the banquet added to the qood time of the occasion Ifll O ' . . ' V . . . . , Y 5 V . ' r , r ,J ' .... g . . . V 5 Y . 7 . . . . V' ' ' 7 , Y x . . i . V . V . v April 17. After the wearing of "queer" clothing for two days, the final part V r ' Y v N ' ' ' ' ' ' Q Y ' y ' . 14 ' I ' r ' 7 I . F ,C I A . I I 7 L . . . I C . . A . V ' ' V C . . I YC . V. . 7 I I . .- 71 mf inn! Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct T ox Nox Nox Nox Nox Nox Nox 'Nlox ox Vox Xlox QC 45 5 Gallendlan Reg1strat1on " V1cat1on nearlv ox er What are you golng to take? All these loose ch1ldren must be Fresh1es Look lost dont they7 Ah well' T1me Vxlll tell Assembly Annual greetlng Freshmen beq1nn1ng to get settled Stlll lots of crabbmg about schedules Teachers Recept1on Parents meet teachers and d1scuss Not so good 18 Senlors eyelng frosh unmerclfully Poor thxngs' What w1ll Fr1dav n1te d1sclose7 Freshmen 1n1t1at1on' Frosh off1c1ally mstwlled Ssck rush won by Sophomores N1ce gomg for a start Frosh del1xer1ng revenqeful glances to ex eryone 1n general One 1n partlcular Guess who7 27 GIFIS League 'lag Day Notxce how many boys support us Annual practnce game w1th Downey Thr1ll1ng' Tle 6 6 Falrly good begmnmg Thesp1an product1on Good work' F1rst class meetmg of vear Sp1r1ted nom1nat1ons for offlcers Student body prctures taken' Everyone look1ng pleasant and happy' Assemblv Speech aga1nst smokmg Very 1nterest1ng and educat1onal7 Last practlce game Plsyed w11th Orange We lost 12 O Speech on adx antages of an educatlon Very 1nterest1ng The long aw artecl tussle w1th our greatest opponents Laguna We won I2 O ls Laguna squelched7 Shows how good we are ob1ect1ve Game at Valenc1a F1ne f1ght show n by Farmers Score Valenc1a 13 TUSIIH 6 Assembly Mov1ng pxctures Everyone scared of ghosts and w1tches Anahelm game Lolonlsts oxercomlng us Farmers by small 77 marq1n Score Anahexm 39 TUSIIU O End of f1rst quarter What a rel1ef' Leaque game w 1th Cap1strano A game for us' 20 6 F1rst school dance at K P Hall Lots of fun Arm1st1ce Dav No school Hooray' Last league gan1e of season plaved at New port We lost 14 6 Electrxcal d1splay assembly Everybody s struck by l1ghten1ng Especlally the freshmen' Annual un1or play Fl he Nut Farm ournalnsm class attend Press Conference 1n Glendale Lots learned by all 26 Broadcaster tag days Scholarsh1p com ent1on at New port Broadcaster plav SOCICIV Ed1tor Greatly enjoyed by students Dec 2 Thanksgn 1ng 1 1cat1on Turkey s a l1ttle scarce Escondldo qame Thanksgu 1nq d1y Feed for the players Mox mq pxctures FIN . 10 ' ' ' . , ' . 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' Dec Dec Dec an an Fe Fe G e Fe Mar Mar Mar Mar Apr1l Apr1l Apr1l Apr1l Apr1l Apr1l Apr1l Apr1l Apr1l May May May May May May May une une 11116 s Football b1nquet enloyed by eyeryonc Chmstmas Dance P lrents V1s1t1ng Day last day of school for two vxeeks Spamsh club party Sabe usted espanol7 No one else d1d an 6 Xmas xacat1on Sa1nt N1ck found ex eryone xery busy Assembly Basketball talked up by B111 Cole Class meetmqs held Student Body nom1nat1ons Student Body meetlngs ames Thompson Walter Nelson Dxck PhllllpS and Chuck M1ller nom1nated for pres1dent 1n that order F1rst league game xuth Laguna Swamped em 62 21 Hokums Iny1tat1onal and d1nner Many alumn1 present Fne year man amendment fa1led as D1ck Ph1ll1ps becomes Student Body pres1dent Athlet1c awards made Hearts aflutter Valentlne Day you knoytl Gxrls Co Ed dance Sank New port Sa1lors 43 29 Assembly present1ng Elllot ames L1qu1d a1r e1.per1ments were svxell Sen1or Dltch Day MISS em? un1or class sponsored mox 16 Beyond Bengal Raymond Mercola younqest member of Byrd Antart1c Exped1t1on qave fasc1nat1ng talk Class elect1ons G1rls predom1nate 1n lower classes G1rls League Conference at Harbor H1 Uncle Remus of 1ad1o enterta1ned Very popular Annual Sen1or play Neva Fxres presented Very enyoyable 1nd successful Rube Day at last' Ex eryone feellnq xery much at home Sopho mores break Sen1or 11nx by captur1ng coveted plaque AUdlOH Week beg1ns Students submerqed yuth tags S1lent Enemy shovxn by Sophomores An 1n1un PICKUFG Very scary but good Lettermens ln1t1at1on Fathers and Sons Banquet vnth 1n1t1ates sery1ng AUdlOH auct1on held mth Noble Sellars auct1oneer aysee assembly SQDIOFS 1nx 1ted to annual F1esta Day Aud1on vxeek ends County T1ack Meet here Anahexm xx IHS Pullman Four QIVQS sample of s1ng1ng Sample excellent U S C A Capella cho1r enterta1ns 1n assembly Super1or xo1ces May Breakfast Svx ell eats and naut1cal decorat1ons Very nox el Pullman Four s1nqs 1n ex enlng County Tenn1s smgles Drama class play Queen of Mars Futur1st1c drama Vers e1cc1t1nq and d1fferent F1esta Day for Semors at Santa Ana iysee aysee presents r1otous comedy 1n assembly Student Body Dance 1t K P Hall County svummmq meet it Tustm Baccalaureate Approprmte decorauons and UlllSlC lun1or Sen1or Banquet A qreat success declwre students' Noble Sellars pres1des as master of ceremomes Cvraduat1on Senlors b1d firexx ell to old Tustm Four yewrs haxc qone too fast . 1 1 A' , 'Q ' , 3 ,Y . 20 .i ' 1 .. 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