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I " I ' I j l I I I I ' l " ' 7 ""1 "HI - 7 wa 7;; v I . ' - 3 - . i w r1 W. c. ,1. ,. 7 I J. A . . 4... , - a - . f . . . a ANNUAL PUBLICATION Tustin Union High School Tustin California Nineteen Hundred Forty-Four The challenge +0 Hue youfln of +oday is +0 make +he fufure peaceful and secure. Theremtore. we have chosen as our +heme - - - You'rh And The Fufure. g ,,, A , To Hue alumni of Tusiin who are sewing +heir counfry in all pads of Hue world we respecHully dedicafe +his issue of he Audion. We especially wish 1'0 dedicafe if +0 +he Vrhembefs. of he Senior Class who are iri +he service. SERVICE MEMBERS OF I944 'ymeMw MWm M? $ L $ PRINCIPAL IN THE days ahead we all need the deep resources of religious faith and a scientific approach to the solution of the many human problems. To desire to know the truth, to search actively and objectively for the truth, and to be willing to apply facts thus established to the solution of our problems is a prime necessity if we are to have a world in which all men can work together in harmony. O. I. NORTHRUP J W; - 4-9;? hi; A IE1 A -11 Z; . A g A - u ,; l 5:53 M,- e 2.me 539;; 1;! g; MM Q S: S: E a IT IS youthis special province to see an ideal world ahead. Youth should get excited about marvelous airplanes, cars, architecture, labor saving devises, luxuries; about strong bodies; about a world without disorder, discourtesy, thoughtlessness, and want. His dreams should also count the cost in training to materialize the Vision. Each should consider himself one who will invent, heal, build. Between the ages of eighteen and twenty-five, Tennyson, Alexander the Great, Raphael, Poe, and Newton had distinguished themselves. Students of Tustin Union High School, your time is at hand for dreams and action. EMMA B. HIELD VICE-PRINCIPAL Fm, Fm Rls 0mm Kmm T0 RJZnn. Ehm B.EM 0Q Rn E ELSIE K. DALY nu Spanish STELLA YOCUM. Algebra, Trig, Girls P. E. ' KEMUEL ANDERSON Physics, istry, Chem Biology, Consumefs Science ; alt ., lax 1vics, History, C Boys P. E. w T S E m H T N E C N I V P E. R. BYRNE Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Crafts M 0 L Bum mm mm ms, Nm EF R O L F xxx A WV l J WILLIAM DAVIES Shop XWXWWhmMo 2-2 KENNETH CUTLER Agriculture 0 1-9 2 L ,2IxV1x AWXVAK ; K 'A mwk 2; 1K,, y K 'z'W f. . ng M FA! K F rm W X w W saw $ m' h. fi 2-, M mfwva .i 'i w qumBlE ICIDAUFW k m c: f gj' WV MAY ROSE BORUM i V . English,Speech, U Stage Craft I .1 J 1 r . L Y T R E H G U A D M m R A M Voice, Piano and Organ C. WAYNE CROWL Band and Orchestra i I d 7 . ' l J 4 . pN'IJ . . fl ...I I h J WIWUJ H- ,Un'ihvu .J 1:. J ????mmjalu meVWJ TJJJJqullh-JHIMJHIMIIH... o, o. SENIOR RECORD THE ambition of every student of the class of 1944 has been achieved. We are graduating. Throughout our four years in high school, we have striven for honors. In athletics, we have won these honors by having championship teams. We have had three members of our class who have won life memberships in the California Scholarship Federation. We have enjoyed activities, one of which has been that of the Student council, which has helped form the policies of the school. We started our Freshman year by taking our initiation well. In our Sophomore year we began to take part in school activities. Students who were eligible joined clubs. Our dramatic ability was shown in the success of the Sophomore Variety Show. As the year advanced, we became attuned to the rhythm of an active school. Eliciting praise from the audience, we gave as our Junior Play, "Slippery When Wetf' Even during our Senior year, exclamations of delight are still being heard about the beauty of the Springtime Theme in the decorations for J unior-Senior Banquet held at Lakewood Club in Long Beach, the evening 'of June 22, 1943. The decorations featured were Wishing Wells covered with colored flowers. In our last year we presented a Senior Play; we were hosts to the J uniors at the May Breakfast, and guests of the Juniors at the Junior- Senior Banquet. To represent the qualities that the senior class admires, we chose two students, Pat Grant and J ohn Lawder. Upon graduating, the boys face things that they have not planned. Most of them are entering the service. The girls also face a future that is disturbed. But the training and education we have received in our high school years has prepared us for the future. WILMA MARTIN, Senior Representative. JACK BELL Editor, Broadcaster 3, 4 Varsity Football 4 B Football 2. 3 C Football 1 WALLACE ENDERLE Masque and Gavel 3, 4 Sogolarship Society , 4 J unior and Senior Play 3, 4 Student Council 4 Charter Hi-Y Sec. 4 PAT GRANT Girls, League President 4 Class Secretary 4 44Don4t Take My Penny4' 4 Masque and Gavel 4 Audion Staff 4 Spanish Club 4 VIVIAN HALLMARK Student Body Secretary 4 President Girls' League 4 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Masque and Gavel 4 Audion Staif 4 Senior Play 4 B Basketball 3 ,, A ' p 11a 2, W 5 . .... , Track 3. 4 , , y, j 1 X SETH BULLOCK Lettermen4s Club 2, 3, 4 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4 Varsity Football 4 Stage Crew DON CALLAHAM A Capella 2, 3, 4 "Don4t Take My Penny" 4 Lettermen,s Club 3, 4 Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Stage Cre RICHARD CARTER Varsity Football 1, 2 C and B Basketball 1, 2 Lettermexfs Club 3, 4 Student Council 4 Stage Crew 4 A Baseball 2, 3, 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 FRANK ERROTA Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Lettermexfs Club Prexy 4 Lettermerfs Club 3, 4 Audion Staff 3, 4 Broadcaster Staff 4 Madrigal Singers 3, 4 MAXINE GRIFFITH Band 3, 4 Madrigal Singers 3,4 Latin Club 4 DON HAWKINS B Football 2 Lettermerfs Club 3, 4 A Foot 3 a ue and Gavel 4 d 1, 2 , J EAN HAYES Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 Song Leader 3 Broadcaster Staff 4 Madrigal Singers 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 2 Latin Club Secretary 3 J OHN LAWDER Student Body President 4 Clip 4 Varsity Football 3, I'- Varsity BasKetball 4 Lettermexfs Club 3, 4 Audion Staff 3, 4 LEOTA MILLS Clip 4 G.A.A. 2, 3 4 Majorette 2, 3 Broadcaster Staff 4 Audion Staff 4 LORETTA PHILLIPS Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Scholarship Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 DAN HEAD Class Treasurer 2 F.F.A. President 2 F.F.A. Reporter 3 F.F.A. Secretary 3 F.F.A. Treasurer 4 Track 1, 2 HELEN JACOBS Student Body Treasurer 4 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Girls1 League Vice-president 3 Masque and Gavel 3, 4 "Don4t Take My Penny, 4 X!!! ,2 b' I . hr .x X' "1,132 77wa 4 , IDA MAE KELLOUGH G.A.A. 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Class Secretary 2, 3 Latin Club 4 Audion Staff 4 3D0n4t Take My Penn " 4 1 , y ' 1.4 '3 ',x a ,, '1'13x'5t. x23' ' WILMA MARTIN G. AA. 2, 3 4 Audion Staff 4 Masque and Gavel 3, 4 Class Secretary 1, 2 Junior Play 3, 4 2Don1t Take My Penny" 4 J ACK NORTHRUP Masque and Gavel 3, 4 Scholarship Society 2, 3, 4 Lettermews Club 3, 4 Junior and Senior Play 3, 4 Hi-Y Club President 4 Audion Staff 4 LORRAINE POLLARD Yell-Leader 2, 4 Class Secretary 4 Tennis Manager 2 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Audion Staff 3 I, A 4 a ,1 ,4 1, -pPF 4.;- A .4..." gig '..J P. 44 ' 44mg; ! x Mud ?..1 LJ k- U L. 3 I'm Ll LE l3- 53- !.- '14.; L- t ; : L; L: i - 6 5w 5-" MAXINE REED JUANITA ROBINSON BILL ROWLEY Clip 4 G.A.A. 3, 4 Clip 4 California Life Masque and Gavel 4 Lettermerfs Club 3, 4 Scholarship Broadcaster Editor 4 A Football 3, 4 G.A.A. 3, 4 Audion Staff 4 ' Track 3, 4 Senior President 4 Audion Staff 3 Scholarship Society 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 44Ever Since Eve3 4 Audion Editor 4 Masque and Gavel 3, 4 ROBERT THEURER Lettermen4s Club 3, 4 Clip 4 F.F.A. President F.F.A. Secretary F.F.A. Treasurer Assis"c AthPc Mgr. 4 . r" ,4 I m x WILLIAM TOLIN xx x 1' Class Vice-President 4 k ' 'K t; , , v a w , X X Hi-Y President 4 W Athletic Mgr. 3, 4 Lettermen,s Club 2, 3,4 Clip 4 Student Council 4 N ORMAN VEEH Student Body . Prexy 4 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 LettermeNs Club President 4 Student Body Vice-President 3 Clip 3, 4 Class President 1, 2, 3 RONALD SQUIRES Class President 4 Future Farmers A Baseball Varsity Basketball 4 Lettermen4s Club Entered Navy ,44 MAC THOMPSON Lettermen4s Club 3, 4 Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 LILLIAN TUBBS Scholarship Society 4 G.A.A. 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 44Don,t Take My Penny" 4 Hokums 1 GLEN N VIRUS DOROTHY WEST MARIE WESTPHAL "Ever Since Eve" 4 Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Sports 3, 4 Masque and Gavel 4 Scholarship Soc. 1, 4 Audion Staff 4 JACK WOODWARD : , 4 4 11.4 JEANNE YOUNG Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 ' , L ,, : Latin Club 3, 4 Lettermen4s Club 3, 4 , , ' - 4 - Hpkums 1 Audion Staff 3, 4 . 44 , , Glrls4 League Parl. 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 , 4' . , ,1. V Sport's 1, 3., 4 A Capella 2, 3, 4 . , 4 . Madrlgal Slingers 3 Class Vice-President 4 DD Fa .5 9 A. ..f E BILL ROWLEY IDIF IFIIUEleV OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER RONALD SQUIRES PRESIDENT BILL ROWLEY WILLIAM TOLIN VICE PRESIDENT JACK WOODWARD PAT GRANT SECRETARY LORRAINE POLLARD JUANITA ROBINSON TREASURER JUANITA ROBINSON RONALD SQUIRES lLAgg DII: gm 9!! X' f V i U ngbo Top Row: J. Theurer, D.Cil1a1carnei, 7J1. Siegel, B. Coliar, P. Browning, E. arner, L. Handley, E. Blee, R. WilliamsoxyiggP. Vermeulen, G. Dugger. Bottom Row: E. Prunty, F. Whitpgii, L. King, M. Osterman, F. Jacobs, J . Matson, J . Haegeman, V. Hill, M. Andgrth, D. Goodwin, B. Bennett, B. Balzer, B. Chapman, B. Chapman. ,JQ 1 1 A by; "941613 ' OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER BONNIE BENNETT Vice President BETTY BALZER Secretary SADIE REYES ' ,, Treasurer J1 ; ROBERT HART Parliamentarian SECOND SEMESTER GIFFORD WILLIAMS Vice President BONNIE BENNETT Secretary J OSEPHINE HAEGEMAN Treasurer 99:3 ERNIE BLEE Parliamentarian M Top Row: B. Ynigues, F. Boose, J. Pritchard, R. Hart, J . Burke, E. Prothero, M. Bolyard, D. Korff, G. Williams, R. Alexander, L. Changala. Bottom Row: J . Roberts, B. Baker, I. Dugger, B. Householder, J . Cantrell, M. Chast, C. Griset, D. Barnes, B. Stoker, M. Carson, S. Reyes, H. Gregory, F. Nieblas. JCILAssS 'D IF 1I9D4M3 OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER BOB PARK President GAYLORD WILLIAMS Vice President BARBARA THOMAS Secretary J OAN LAWRENCE Treasurer J EANNE CRUZEN . Q Parliamentarian Xx ix 7: K. 1190 f . 3 3r 3, ,v f 4:7 K , A 1??! J OE CORWIN President JERRY NAIL Vice President LUCY TAUTE Secretary J EANNE CRUZEN Treasurer f6; V 3 g , A N A A - .W g L. : 4 ,,,,' 4th Row: R. ChaiTee, R. Heacock, A. Hausauer, A. Hill, G. Williams. ' Enrjwwwa ' 3M Row: M. Hayden, C. Franzen, D. Kimball, N. Bidart, M. Changala, B. Gilbert, D. Griset, J . Robinson. 2nd Row: D. Shafer, B. Brown, J. Cruzen, J. Lawrence, J. Etzold, B. Thomas, L. Haskell, J . Nyswonger, B. Perozzi. 1st Row: D. Yarbrough, W. Hale, R. Cox, J. Corwin, L. Martinez, J. Atkins, R. Kulm, J . Cleveland. Row: B. Park, R. Willsey, J . Nail, O. Carson, J . Spessard, W. Bunge, W. Pendered, ; . Echols, G. Anderson, T. Duff. iddle Row: V. Parker, R. Hellis, L. Cummings, E. Prothero, B. Gorzeman, L. Meiers, B. Chuml, L. Taute, P. Kilpatrick. Bottom Row; R. Forney, D. Fay, S: ?rgther, R. Boose, P. Schellhous, W. Kilpatrick. -;. ;1 ?4 1 E-J BOB McCALLA BILL WESTPHAL I; Top Row: R. Caldwell, H. Carson, R. Stolte, R. Dixon, M. Fairres, D. Bascom, D. McMillan, H. Bristow, B. McCalla, R. Warner, B. Westphal, J. Bird, J. Goetting, A. Enderle. Middle Row: A. Howell, B. Heacock, A. Thornborrow, E. Clark, J. Holford, N. Farwell, J. Cozad, B. Veeh, V. Hellis. Bottom Row: R. Long, D. Thorman, R. Gregory, D. Williamson, J. Parker. EILAS$ a OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER BILL WESTPHAL President BOB McCALLA Vice President BETTY MORGAN Secretary EDNA HOWENHORST Treasurer SECOND SEMESTER BOB McCALLA President BILL DAVIS Vice President MARILYN HUMESTON Secretary VIRGINIA HELLIS Treasurer , Top Row: H. Gorton, B. Squires, R. Northrup, B. Dority, J. Prunty, D. Becker, " Brewster, L. Van Over, R. Johansen, R. Dishman, R. Love, B. Wilson, B. Davis Bottom Row: H. Chuml, J. Serrano, B. Morgan, Y. Ricketts, B. Crawford, E. Rowen- horst, M. Humeston, M. Martin, S. Gorzeman, S. Casperson, B. Boose, F. Yar- brough, C. Bennett. 1l 9' 4171 f y r r w - 11. I 4.. le k w IIXHIWSJ yl. 1 ll .11 billf:l , l , . E II 1 4 I . , w , w .l w 1 .,lzl.u 1 thHMdu .NIva I 1 '1 1w 11' V, NORMAN VEEH President LEONARD HANDLEY Vice President VIVIAN HALLMARK Secretary HELEN J ACOBS Treasurer ROBERT HART Parliamentarian $TlUlDlErx FIRST SEMESTER quad ! a Rx ;2 D II: IF ll C IE ID$ SECON D SEMESTER J OHN LAWDER President Homo Id ERNIE WARNER . Vice President FRANCY JACOBS Secretary HELEN J ACOBS Treasurer ROBERT HART Parliamentarian I-Ka. Anderson ine Pollard, Betty Balzer. 1an Lorra r a M k, r a P b O B H: g g u D e n e r I Top Bottom YELI. LEADEDS PAT SCHELLHOUS AND SHIRLEY PRATHER Song Leaders for the f1rst semester were Shirley Prather and Pat Schellhous. Yells were led by Bob Parks, Irene Dugger and Marion Anderson. Second semester yell leaders were Lorraine Pollard and Betty Balzer. There were no song leaders. Part of the credit for Tustinws championships must go to these students whose enthusiastic spirit cheered the teams on to victory. SONG LEADEDS Back: D. Callahan, R. Williamson, W. Martin, J . Handley, M. Humeston, B. Rowley, W. Enderle, R. Carter, J. Burke, W. Tolin, L. Davis, J. Corwin, O. Carson, V. Humeston. Front: P. Vermuelen, E. Warner, R. Warner, A. Enderle, D. Bascom, R. Hart. STUDENT COUNCIL The newly formed student council this year was under the direction of Vincent Humeston. The members were elected by the classes. They had various problems such as adjustment of lunch hours, and controlling the action of the cafeteria line. They have installed the new honor system, which has met with much success. The order in the halls and assemblies has been greatly improved as a result of the council activities. 5-1 ml w. I L.. "i t1 'A a v-w fa ram ill! a :- ;a t- t - t L '4 h; t GIRLS LEAGUE Back: F. Jacobs, B. Chapman, V. Hill, J . Etzold, J . Young. Front: M. Reed, P. Grant, V. Hallmark, S. Reyes. FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Pat Grant President Vivian Hallmark Francie Jacobs Vice-President Viola Hill Maxine Reed Secretary Sadie Reyes Barbara Wells Treasurer J ean Etzold Bettie Chapman Parliamentarian J eanne Young The Girls, League promotes a friendly spirit- and cooperation among the girls. The activities have not been as varied this year as in previous years. The conven- tions, held annually, were not held this year. The Big-Little Sister Banquet was one of the highlights of the year on October 22. This annual affair is put on for the purpose of getting all new and freshman girls acquainted. The Mother-Daughter Banquet, on May 19, was enjoyed by all. The cafeteria was cleverly decorated in a May Pole theme. gig??? i ,i ,1 ,i E! i i .1 ,N, Ilia. v11 x l, . a I . 1 :1 L A IL SZI'TH A ID il 91! 41 33 20. 15. 22. 29. 29. 12. 15. 19. 25. 11. 13. 19. 21. 25. 28. . SEPTEMBER Back to school we did run? For another yearts happiness and fun. OCTOBER To Brea we went for a practice game, Brea played hard, but at last was put to shame To Valencia we did go, ' Both teams put on a great show, But at last they were subdued, To continue our football feud. The Laguna rivals arrived, To defeat us they tried, The ball soared, the crowd roared, The touchdown needed by Tustin was scored. NOVEMBER At Garden Grove a mighty opponent we did meet, They tried hard, but at last we put them to defeat. At Capo we were inspired, Although we left ragged, and tired. To a dance we came that night, To shout about our winning fight. Bill Steams an alumni who was terrific, Told of. his adventures in the Pacific, The last game was here, Everyone from far and near, Came to see Tustin and Brea play And we came out on top of the fray. We left school for a merry vacation, To take up at home a swell occupation, DECEMBER The football banquet, an annual affair, Was put on with food to spare As the G. A. A. had plans carefully laid. For the boys who so hard had played. An assembly by Geoffrey Morgan Proved to be very exciting As he told of the methods of fighting. At last Christmas was here So lads and lasses went home with a cheer; Hoping in their stockings thede find, Presents of many a different kind. About Australia Marjorie Miller came, And how our boys are winning fame. J AN UARY Although Laguna was tough and ready, We proved ourselves more steady. In basketball I sadly fear, Garden Grove lost to us this year. Capo was tough and fighty But again we proved to be more mighty. Ah yes! Again the Seniors slipped away, Far from their studies they ditched today. And as they returned on the morrow They were sore,'tired, and full of sorrow. In basketball to Brea we did go, . And won again the game of dribble and throw. In Valencia an old opponent we did meet, I'm sorry to say we were sadly beat. We met Laguna for the second game, And they were put to shame. GE 1. 3. 11. 3. 5. FEBRUARY In basketball I am glad to say, We defeated G. G. today. To Capo we went for basketball, We won for they scored few points at all. Brea we did meet; Brea we did defeat. The Masque and Gavel did array Many a different skit and play. Valencia for the championship we did face, Then-We added another trophy to our case. To Huntington Beach the lassies went A day on the hockey field they spent. The picture ttLand of Liberty" we did see, It was an easy way to study our history. MARCH This was a memorable day, As the Juniors proudly presented their playr The name was ttE-ver Since Eve," And everyone enjoyed it, I do believe. As the Novice Meet came around, Many new track possibilities were found. To Brea, Tustin and Valencia went, A day on the track they spent. At Orange the lassies did display, Their talents at the volleyball playday. The County Track Meet, an annual affair, For which every school prepares with care. The Freshmen presented their dance with cheer, It proved the best of the year. APRIL At last Easter Vacation was here, From our studies we spent a week with cheer. The Sophomores their program did present, Everyone must agree it was a successful event. Santa Ana we did meet, Santa Ana we did defeat. The Tigers were tough, It took three extra innings to give them enough. The G. G. game was four to three, It proved a swell game to see. From Brea we won, For their pitcher we had on the run. MAY The May Breakfast was a gay affair Sleepy heads and spring cloths all were there. The annual F. F. A. Barn Dance did arrive. And the lads and lassies went there to jive. 5-8-12. G. G., Valencia, Brea, were games yet to play, 12. How they'd turn out, tis hard to say. The Senior Play ttDonit Take My Penny," Was enjoyed by many. 15- 18. Girls Indoor PIayday was held here, 19. 28. 30. It was their last sport of the year. The Mother and Daughter Party was a success, For everyone enjoyed it, I must confess. Baccalaureate, an annual anair, Was planned for the Seniors with care. The Annual Banquet the Jrs. and Srs. did attend. A happy, colorful evening they did spend; And hard the Juniors did schere, At last deciding on a patriotic theme. JUNE Ah! 'Tis the last day of school, I believe, For today, the Seniors, their diplomas receive; The Seniors we do proudly cheer, May they remember their school days for many a year.- Um ' th'I-mmmm- , CLID H A H q .9 m E, Top Row: R. Theurer, B. Rowley, N. Veeh, J . Lawder, L. Handley, R. Sullivan. , 1:, Bottom Row: L. Mills, M. Reed, W. Tolin, V. Humeston, S. Yocum, E. Byme, w J . Haegeman, V. Hill. The highest honor that a student at Tustin can attain is to be voted into uThe Order of the Clip." 1 L . Outstanding ability shown in athletics or scholarship are required for membef- ad I w ship. New members are elected by those belonging. This year the members enjoyed a trip to the Long Beach Pike and dinner. 1 ' Miss Yocum, Mr. Byrne, Mr. Humeston, and Coach Sullivan are advisors and .a L there are no officers. 3 Membership in the club itself is the onlyereward for those belonging. ti 1 1 V-Jh-J SCHOLADSHID Top Row: Miss Hield, R. Caldwell, D. Becker, 0. Carson, B. Pendered, D. Bascom, W. Enderle, J . Northrup, R. Hart. Bottom Row: P. Schellhous, S. Prather, L. Phillips, E. Prunty, L. Tubbs, J. Robinson. L. King, D. Shafer, D. West, M. Reed. OFFICERS President - Jack Northrup Vice-President Robert Hart Secretary - Lyla King The Scholarship Society hasn't done much this year because of the lack of time. Due to the gas shortage and transportation difficulties, there have been no conventions. However, the club is planning a dinner for the latter part of the year. It will be at one of the near-by beaches. It will be attended by all' of the members. Those who will be made Life Members this year are Maxine Reed, Loretta Phillips; and J ack Northrup. They will have the seal denoting Life Membership to the Scholar- ship Society put on their diplomas and as soon as Life Membership pins are manu- factured, they will each be given one. The requirements for belonging to the Society are the same as ever. The school should be proud of the number of people who have made the scholarship Society this year. , 'm , v , . tammnimzwrm 't" LWV'INI'I'm - .- t , , -, 'wm MASQUE AND GAVEL Top Row: B. Bennett, Miss Borum, L. King, J . Northrup, P. Grant, R. Hart, M. Reed. Middle Row: D. Hawkings, W. Enderle, E. Warner, L. Handley, P. Browning. Bottom Row: V. Hallmark, H. Jacobs, D West, J . RobinsontF. Jacobs, M. Osterman, W. Martin. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER J ack Northrup President J ack Handley Wilma Martin Vice-President J uanita Robinson Helen J acobs Secretary Francy Lee' J acobs Bonnie Bennett Treasurer Maxine Reed J ack Handley 'Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Browning The objectives of Masque 8c Gavel are threefold: to recognize significant student achievement in speech, to assist the student in raising his standards of speech, and to sponsor a better relationship between the high school and its community. The Tustine chapter chose as its projects the promotion of assemblies for the enjoyment of the students. Initiation is held twice a year. J ack Northrupts home was the scene of the first initiation and the second was held at Maxine Reed's. On March 18, the members of the club journeyed to the Pasadena Playhouse. After the play a buffet supper was enjoyed by all. This year, Masque 8c Gavel has given several assemblies, utilizing local and professional talent. The student body enjoyed them very much. V'Back Row: D. Kroff, J . Northrup, J . Lawder, W. Enderle, J . Woodward, W. K. Tolin. Front Row: B. Collar, O. Carson, R. Forney, B. Pendered, L. Davis, D. Griset, J . Siegel, R. Alexander. Back Row: A, Enderle, J . Bird, D. MacMillan, Coach Sullivan, D. Bascom, B. McCalla, R. Warner, J . Prunty. Front Row: B. Davis, R. Northrup, D. Thorman, R. Caldwell. The purpose of HI-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The club provides a medium for the expression and exchange of ideas, and for the development of initiative and responsibility in the 1members. This year the club had several successful meetings, both in the cafeteria and with Santa Ana HI-Y's. One large joint meeting was held at Tusti'n with swimming, gm entertaining program and speaker, and an old fashioned Bar-B-Q. Back Row: Miss Hield, B. Veeh, R. Boose, J . Cantrell, B. Boose, B. Chapman, E. Blee, R. Hart, B. Pendered, R. Boose. Front Row: P. Schellhous, D. Shafer, V. Parker, M. Griffith, S. Gorzeman, E. Baker, J . Young, I. Kellough, I. Dugger, M. Reed, R. Forney. OFFICERS President - - Bill Pendered Vice-President Patsy Schellhous Secretary - - Maxine Reed The Latin Club is made up of those students who have taken one or more years of Latin. The officers are elected for the whole year. Several luncheons summed up the activities. The Latin Club, like the other orga- nizations, has been less active than in previous years. Lack of transportation has prevented many trips. Miss Hield, the club advisor, sponsored the luncheons. - E - E 5. E 3 5:411:44, 5-3.; 6:3 673 CL-L-bh-h-Q Eff Back Row: R. Hart, J. Holford, J. Yarbrough, R. Hellis, V. Hellis, J. Nyswonger, M. Wilson, B. Veeh, B. Chuml, B. Perrozzi, P. Browning. Front Row: L. Cummings, C. Bennett, E. Clark , A. Thornborrow, R. Boose, D. Shafer, S. Prather, M. Vermuelen, P. Schellhous. The Hokums Club is for freshmen and sophomores who are interested in drama. Meetings are held every Tuesday, during which the members practice skits, mono- logues, and also speak over the microphone. The club is composed mostly of girls. They have done several skits in assemblies which the Student Body has enjoyed every much. Miss Borum is the club advisor. OFFICERS President - - - - -- Shirley Prather Secretary - - - - Beverly Perrozzi Treasurer - - -. - J oyce N :yswonger LETTEDMEN First Row: E. Byrne, M. Thompson, J . Burke, R. Marsile, R. Carter, E. Warner, D. Callahan, S. Bullock, R. Sulliyan. Second Row: J. Lawder, B. Rowley, B. Collar, J. Northrup,-J. Handley, N. Veeh, B. Ynigues. Third Row: W. Tolin, J . Bell, R. Squires, F. Errotta, B. Theurer. On May 17, the annual Letterments Club initiation was held at George Veehts dam at Irvine. Members of the G. A. A. were guests of the Lettermen. Many new members were initiated into one of the finest organizations of Tustin Hight School. A Letterments Assembly for the Student Body took place May 25. Coach Russell Sullivan, in his first year at Tustin, presented many new ideas, and showed great interest in the affairs :of the Club. He is responsible for the addition of the Varsity Club room in the gymnasium, which will be used only by the members of the Lettermen,s Club. - OFFICERS FOR 1943-44 FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER N orman Veeh President Frank Errota Vice-President J ack Woodward William Tolin Secretary William Tolin Sergeant-at-Arms Bob Ynigues qqzzjl G.A.A. CLUB , .5- JJ ! um, Lil zen 1.41 Ve 4-1 1 I l: MAXINE REED HELEN JACOBS t J VIOLA HILL rv V19 L44 4 i OFFICERS J ft 1 President - - - Maxine Reed 4i 3: y .J' Vice-President - - Viola Hill ' ,V t Secretary - - Helen Jacobs 1 Treasurer - - Barbara Wells j ; IJ Parliamentarian - Irene Thomas t The G. A. A. is a club organized of girls who have earned enough points to gain admission. During y, the year, the girls actively engage in basketball, t: volleyball, hockey, and indoor. , During the course of the year many playdays were held and the girls always fared well. As in former years the G. A. A. gave its annual banquet t0 the football squad with all of the initi- ates serving. The initiation was brief this year but severity took the place of longevity. t.t . Kilpatrick, B. Perozzi, D. Shafer Bidart, E. Prothero, R. Hellis . Thomas, J. Etzold, S. Prather Cruzen, J. Lawrence, C. Franzen Tubbs, I. Kellough, J. Robinson Griset, M. Carson, L. Hansell . Reyes, F. Nieblas, B. Chapman . Householder, B. Baker, M. Changala . Dugger, B. Bennett, B. Balzer W. Martin, L. Pollard, H. Jacobs 1 M. Osterman, B. Chapman, V. Hallmark g L. King, F. Jacobs, J. Haegeman ' V. Hill, L. Mills, M. Reed 'f meopewzw JI U N lItDlD IDILABV The Junior Play, ttEver Since Eve" was well-received. The dialogue was very unusual, and the situations provided many laughs. Paul Browning and Maxine Reed played the main leads, with J ack Handley and Dorothy West playing the second leads. Bonnie Bennett did a good job, as did the whole cast. Miss Borum and J uanita Robin- son should be given credit for the invaluable aid they gave. JOHNNY CLOVER ...................... PAUL BROWNING SUSAN BLAKE ............................. MAXINE REED SPUD ERWIN ............................. JACK HANDLEY LUCYBELLE LEE ........................ DOROTHY WEST BETSY ERWIN ......................... BONNIE BENNETT MRS. CLOVER ........................... WILMA MARTIN MR. CLOVER ............................ JACK NORTHRUP BRES HUGHES ............................. BILL COLLAR MARTHA WILLARD ......................... LYLA KING HENRY 'QUINN ............................. DICK GRISET ' FOOTBALL PLAYERS: RIC CARTER, SETH BULLOCK, BILL MEN ll'tDlD IDILASV "Dontt Take My Penny," sponsored by the seniors, was a light comedy put on May 12. Penny, played by Francy Jacobs, aspires to be a great actress and the ensuing events provided pleasant entertainment. Johnny Siegel played opposite her. FRANCY JACOBS ................................. a , JOHNNY SIEGEL ................................. KERRY 7. n" ' WILMA MARTIN .................................. SALLY BONNIE BENNETT ................................ GRAM WALLACE ENDERLE .............................. CALEB DON CALLAHAN .................................... PAT GRANT ..................................... J CHAN NA PAUL BROWNING .............. t. . . . -, .............. GREGG SADIE REYES .................................. MADAME BETTIE CHAPMAN, LILLI'AN TUBES, AND IDA KELLOUGH. . . . . ...... t .................... M ODELS JERRY NAIL .................... . .................... RED HELEN JACOBS .................................... MAVIS JACK NORTHRUP NORMAN PORTER ........................... HARRISON DAY r l 1;? u. : v wtftig-rt aw... A 5,... ' ?,?,amw;,.;vvv N ., ta .M. mgth...".. I, ;- - , 7 I x ? ziitvaii w 3 apttxrtw! ,..!106 $on 5 H ., .. J?Migin m. , y, , 17,51 21.14;. Maxine Reed - Juanita Robinson Jack Woodward Jack Northrup Jack Handley William Tolin Pat Grant - Loretta Phillips Bob Hart - Paul Browning Frank Errota Jack Bell - - Vivian Hallmark Leota Mills - Wilma Martin John Lawder - Ida Mae Kellough Dorothy West - - - - Editor Assistant Editor - - Business Assistant Calendar Assistant - - Art Assistant Circulation - Assistant Boyst Sports - Assistant Girls Sports - Assistant Senior Editor - Assistant Organizations - Assistant MAXINE REED The Audion Staff has worked hard this year to bring to the students a book of which they will be proud. They have tried to catch the feeling of school life in the book by using informal pic- tures of the classrooms and teachers. They were very fortunate in getting Mr. Naill of Gib- son-Naill to take the pictures and the printers were very cooperative in getting the book out on time. a -,' m JACK BELL FIRST SEMESTER Jack Bell J uanita Robinson Leota Mills J ean Hayes Vivian Hallmark Frank Errota Robert Korff The Broadcaster this year was under the able leadership of Edi- tors Jack Bell and J uanita Robin- son who'managed to get a paper out every week. The staff was han- dicapped by its smallness in size and it was often difficult to get an edition out on time. The 2lst annual Newspaper Day at S. C. was attended by J ack Bell and Frank Errota who brought home many ideas to put into effect. As a part of their work the en- tire staff journeyed to Los Angeles and toured the Los Angeles Times building. The year was topped off with the Senior edition the last week of school containing pictures of all the seniors. t JUANITA ROBINSON STAFF SECOND SEMESTER J uanita Robinson J ack- Bell Leota Mills J ean Hayes Vivian Hallmark Frank Errota Robert Korff Editor Associate Editor Managing Editor Society Girls, Sports Boyst Sports Advisor 11:1 11., iii. 1:... i1. 1.... $113!! W18 . Hm! g1 11 n H1111 .1111. .11 .1. 11 I 111.! .11 I m1 1. w 1m B 1m1 $111, . E1 1 U 1111 U 1 COACH RUSSELL SULLIVAN In his first year at Tustin, Coach Russell Sullivan has really made a name for himself, and can place his hat alongside many of his predecessors. Sullivan replaced Dwight Loper, who accepted a Principalts Job at Vista, and coached championship teams in both Football and Basketball. Coach Sullivan was well liked by his athletes and students. Sullivan formerly coached at Santa Ana, where he was head Baseball Coach and assistant Coach in football under Bill Cole, who formerly coached the Tillers. The 1943-44 School year turned out to be one of Tustints greatest athletic years, and Coacht'Ru55e11 Sullivan was one of the reasons. a E 'e 4 ii, , iv, A . Q N 7 V 4 l V iii iii? HEW had 6 i :1 ii i ' wit 6 i? i ei'i es f'ri i he I A. ""21; f, . ti MANAGERS One of the most difficult jobs in athletics is the managing, which requires some very hard and efficient work. The Managers of the 1943-44 school year were two of the best in Tustinis history. Bill Tolin and his assistant, Bob Thuerer were well liked by the Tiller coaching staff and athletes. The Managers did their job, and did it well. Bill Tolin has been a manager for three years, and Bob Thuerer for two years, 30th boys are seniors, there will have to be two new faces in the Managing Depart- ment next year. WIH IE CIHAMHDAV ; $mwg mgpwg iwg: 64a; VARSITY FOOTBALL Top Row: E. Warner, J. Handley, N. Veeh, R. Carter, D. Callahan, J. 'Woodward, B. Collar, J. Lawder, R. Marsile, W. Enderle, S. Bullock, Coach Russell Sullivan. Bottom Row: J. Bell, L. Davis, B. Boyd, D. Linker, D. Hillman, B. Ynigues, J. Theurer, E. Blee, D. Korff, J. Burke, B. Rowley, J. Northrup. VTIV Qs-gm t i l I -' 194.3 VAIQSITY fDOTBALL CHAMDIONS ' ' ' 'd machines that Tustin ngh School was represented by one of the strongest gri has played under the colors of the Black and White. The 1943 edition was coached by Russell Sullivan. The triumphant Tillers waded through a six game schedule, undefeated and untied, and thus won the sixth Orange League title in seven years, and the second 1n succession; The Tillers were the only undefeated team in Orange county, and one of the few teams in Southern California with such a record. A veteran all-around backfield, operating behind a swift hard charging line, eas11y won every game. The line averaged about 178 pounds from end to end anel the backs averaged 170 pounds per man. Ten lettermen comprised the starting lineup, All- League Seth Bullock being the only non-letterman. Co-Captains Norman Veeh and John Lawder were excellent team leaders, and were an inspiration to the team. Co-Captain John Lawder and Seth Bullock were two of the best ends in Tiller football annals, and were placed on the All-League team. Both. were excellent pass snaggers, and Lawder was considered the loops toughest defenswe end. Bullock followed Veeh in the League scoring column, with 36 points, which is very good for an end . The tackles were ably filled by two big boys, Ron Marsile and Jack Northrup. Marsile finished his high school career in fine style and was placed on the All-League team for the second year. The Long Beach Press Telegram had J ack Northrup along with Marsile on the All-League team. Richard Carter, an alternating regular and bone crushing, hard hitting veteran, was placed on the All-League second team. Tustin possessed two of the finest guards in the Southland, Bob Boyd and Joe Burke, both 180 pounders were alternating regulars on the All-League team. Both boys were tireless, hard fighting players, and both loved the rough gomg. The Center post was capably tilled by All-League Don Callahan. Don shifted from end to center, and was noted for his cagey defensive play. Little Jack Bell was a very capable understudy for Callahan. The backfield boasted Southern Californiais ttPlayer of the Year" and Co-Captain man Veeh. Veeh was rated as one of the finest triple-threat backs in Southern C. I. F. history. He was selected on the All Southern California team for the second successive year. Veeh accounted for 55 points personally, and accounted for 42 more from passing. Hillman, the leaguets ablest bloc e teamts lightest man Bob Ynigues, tiny 145 pound alternating back gue, as the circuits hardest running back. He wa Honorable Mention list. " , was respected throughout the s also selected on the All-League ' Other boys who performed regularly for the Tillers were linemen Ernie Warner, ?x-five end, J ack Woodward, anoth ' , J erry Nail, Johnny huerer ' ' t , Lester Davis. , , Next seasonts Co-Captains will be Guard Joe Burke and Fullback Jack Handley. Tustin 14 Brea-Olinda . 0 Tustin 19 Velencia 7 Tustin 19 Laguna Beach 7 Tustin 19 V 'Garden Grove 7 Tustin 32 Capistrano 0. 0 Tustin 49 Brea-Olindas B FOOTBALL Top Row: D. Bascom, M. Fairres, G. Williams, D. Griset, J. Corwin, L. Changala, D. Becker, J. Siegel, J. Atkins, Coach Ernie Byrne. . Bottom Row: P. Hafen, R. Cox, B. Westphal, G. Williams, H. Bristow, F. Errota, R. Heacock. C FOOTBALL Top Row: J . Goetting, R. Forney, R. Alexander, B. Squires, J . Prunty, B. Parks, Coach Korif. Q f1 Bottom Row: B. McCalla, F. Brewster, J . Parker, T. Bell, R. Northrup, X RSbinson. afg r haw! e-JEEJ n J, 6-3 44 1' A A A l A I i' A T $ Iiw - . Liv .- ll , Mi IVAJ la 24,. .1 CLASS I3 FDOTBALL Coach Ernie Byrne,s speedy Bee team swept to the Orange League championship with only one touchdown scored against them. The Tiny Tillers won one practice game from Santa Ana, but lost heartbreakers to Anaheim and Orange. Many Bees should prove to be of value to the Varsity, since most of the team was made up of Sophomores and Freshmen. , Co-Captains Leo ttThe Liontt Changala and Ray Willsey provided the tearns spark, and were valuable team leaders. Willsey was an excellent passer, while Changala was the teams most dependable blocker and line backer. Glenn "Petell Hafen and Ray Heacock were two very clever ends who could really snag passes. The tackle positions were taken care of by Frank Errota, the only senior on the squad, and Ralph Cox. Bill ttWee Willie" Westphal, the Leaguels outstandmg lineman and Harold Bristow, handled the guard positions very capably. Glfford Williams, a rugged gridder, was the teams most consistent'performer at his Center position; Behind this swift line, there operated a very speedy and hard hitting backfield. Gaylord Williams was a speedy, hard hitting back who could also snag passes. Joe Corwin rounded out one of the Countyts finest lightweight backfields. Corwin was another speed demon who specialized on quick opening plays, or on end runs. . Substitutes who frequently started in place of the regulars were John Siegel, Dick Griset, Marshall Fairres, Jim Atkins, Don Becker, Bob Clark, and Dave Bascom. The scores: Tustin 12 Santa Ana 0 Tustin 19 Valencia 0 Tustin 13 Laguna Beach 7 Tustin 24 Garden Grove 0 Tustin 7 Anaheim 13 Tustin 7 Orange 13 -. .- Tustin 82 Opponents 33 CLASS C PDOTBALL Although the Cees didnt have a winning team, Coach Robert Korifls TinysTillers were noted for their "never-say-die" spirit, and hard work. Coach Kortf started the season with very few experienced players, but moulded a team that any school would be proud of. George Dugger, Tom Bell, Jack Goetting, Ray Alexander, Bob Park and John Prunty were the teams outstanding players. Lanky Bob MacCalla and Ray ltDudelt Remp handled the end positions, Richie Northrup and Fred Brewster were standouts at the Tackle posts, nGus" Dugger and J im Parker were two very rugged guards, and Tom Bell anchored a strong line froml his Center position. Bob Park played quarterback, and was an excellent blocker and runner. Ray Alexander was the teams ace blocker and defensive line-backer. J ack Goetting was the brains of the team, and was also the ace passer. John Prunty provided the speed in the lightweight backfield. Substitutes who played under Coach Korf'f, were Bill Squires, Doug Thorman, Allan Enderle, Darral Williamson, Jack Bird, Russ Forney, Howard Gorton, Malcolm Hayden, and Richard Warner. . Many of the boys should prove of value to future Bee and Varsity football teams. Coach Robert Korff is known for his teaching of fundamentals. Scores. Tustin 6 Valencia 0 Tustin 0 Garden Grove 0 Tustin 0 Laguna Beach 7 Tustin 7 Anaheim 13 Tustin 0 Brea-Olinda 14 Top Row: Mgr. B. Tolin, R. Marsile, E. Prothero, E. Warner, D. Callahan, S. Bullock, Coach Russell Sullivan. , Bottom Row: J . Lawder, R. Squires, N. Veeh, F. Errota, D. Korff, J . Handley. In his first year at Tustin, Coach Russell Sullivan trained Tustinls ninth champ- ionship team. In the last eight years, the Tillers have bagged the title six times. Long hours of hard work found Sullivan revising the lineup, until he found the winning combination. At Right-Forward was Co-Captain Frank Errota, 5 foot 6 inch star, whose brilliant floorwork was an inspiration to the team. ttFrancislt was second in team scoring, having 81 points to his credit. His hoorwork at Valencia will long be remem- bered by sports fans. i ttDewey" Callahan played left-forward, and was known for his lighting spirit and team play. Don was also an expert ball handler and feeder. At Center, one of the best basketballers ever to wear the Black and White, was Seth Bullock. ttZed" lead the team scorers with 153 points. Whenever the team was in a pinch, ttZed" could be depended upon for points. Right-guard was capably filled by big Ronald Marsile, whose deadeye shots will longi be remembered. Ron scored 72 points from his guard position, which was very goo . Co-Captain Norman Veeh rounded out the Championship five from his left- guard post. His splendid team leadership, ball handling and clever all around play, inspired the team to higher ideals. Ronnie Squires, Jack Handley and Ernie Warner were the three best reserves, and would frequently be in the starting lineup. Other subs who were ready, willing and able were John Lawder, Jack Woodward, Earl Prothero and Dick Korff. In post season games, the Tillers reached the finals of the Huntington Beach Tourney, before Newport edged out the luckless Tillers 26-25. In the most exciting practice game of the season, the Tustin Tillers came from behind to whip Santa Ana 34-29. Displaying their best ball in the most crucial game of the year, Tustin won the Orange League-Championship while beating Valencia 31-26 on the Tigers home fioor. Every player on the squad displayed exceptional skill as Seth Bullock bounced in 15 Points. Jan. Tustin 27 Laguna Beach 12 Jan. Tustin 25 Garden Grolve 16 Jan. Tustin 36 Capistrano 21 . Jan. Tustin 44 Brea-Olinda 22 Jan. Tustin 18 Valencia 21 Jan. Tustin 28 Laguna Beach 23 Feb. Tustin 36 Garden Grove 16 Feb. 4 Tustin 59 Capistrano 35 Feb. 11 Tustin 45 Brea-Olinda 9 Feb. 18 Tustin 31 Valencia 26 WAIDsSII WV BAW NEWIBAULIL t 1 L- L! t- - 1- '- l- I3 BASKETBALL Coach Ernie Byrnels in and out lightweights at times looked like champions, but they were not too consistent. The Bees however were one of the fightingest teams to represent Tustin. They showed a lot of scrap and usually would lose by only a few points. The Byrne men were known throughout the League as the ttGiant Killers." They would win when they were least expected to. Ray Willsey was the Tillerst leading scorer, and was closely followed by Ray Heacock and Leo Changala. Although not an outstanding scorer, little J ack Goetting was one of the teams most consistent performers. His clever ball handling and floor- work won many a game for the Byrne men. John Siegel and Gifford Williams, two tough boys on defense, would usually start at the other guard position. Substitutes who were always ready, willing, and able were Bob McCalla, Gaylord Williams, J ack Bell, Ernie Blee, and Don Becker. Many of these boys will undoubtedly furnish some good material for the Varsity in the seasons to come. t The best practice game which the Tillers played, was against Santa Anals Saints, when Ray Willsey poured in 17 points for a 28-17 victory. The Lightweights finished the League campaign in a fourth place tie with Laguna. Scores Tustin 10 Laguna Beach 24 Tustin 9 Garden Grove 20 Tustin 31 Capistrano 28 Tustin 25 Brea-Olinda 29 Tustin 27 Valencia 32 Tustin 24 Laguna Beach 19 Tustin 24 Garden Grove 32 Tustin 26 Capistrano 17 Tustin 33 Brea-Olinda 17 Tustin 26 Valencia 45 B BASKETBALL Top Row: Mgr. R. Theurer, J . Robinson, J . Bell, A. Hausauer, R. McCalla, D. Becker, G. Williams, E. Blee, Coach Ernie Byrne. Bottom Row: L. Changala, R. Willsey, R. Heacock, J . Goetting, J . Siegel. WAIDAVIITDV 1f IDAMC IR 1944 VARSITY TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONS Coach Vincent L. Humestonts 1944 edition of the Tustin Track team, was one of the best balanced cinderpath teams in Tiller history. Bad weather and a short practice season, hampered many of the Leagueis standout performers from breaking any records. However, many outstanding marks were recorded. Coach Humeston's Tillers weren,t conceded a chance of bagging the Orange League title, but the Tillers ran away from their field in one of the most lop-sidded All-Orange League meets. The victorious Tillers piled up 51 points, while Laguna Beach and heavily favored Garden Grove tied for second at 28. Co-Captains Norman Veeh and Seth Bullock were the teams ace performers. Don Callahan was the squadst most versatile performer. Bill Rowley, Mac Thompson, Bill Collar, were other outstanding team performers. Rowley was nearing 21 feet in the broad-jump, as the Audion went to press. Rowley was also one of the O. C. L.'s top sprinters. Co-Captain Bullock was nearing the 5 foot 111A; inch school high-jump record. Bullock had cleared 5 feet 1054; inches. and was considered as one of the Southlandts premier high jumpers. Another boy who was expected to fare well in the C. I. F. meet, was Co-Captain Norman Veeh. Veeh had broken the school shot-put record with a heave of 50 feet 9 inches, and was improving rapidly. His mark was the best that was recorded in Southern California. In addition to his shot-put duties, Veeh could hurl the discus 125 feet, and run a pretty fast night of low-hurdles. Don Callahants pet event was also the shot-put. His best mark was 45 feet. Callahan was also one of the Countyis top 440 men, and he could high-jump or throw the discus when called on. Collar was a 20 foot broad-jumper and a fine sprinter. Mac Thompson was a speedy sprinter and one of the Countyts best quarter-milers. Gritty Gus Dugger was the Leaguets second best miler. Other boys who came through during the League meet were; Gaylord Williams a pole-vaulter, Dick Williams in the 880, Ernie Blee in the 220, Ernie Warner and John Lawder in the high-jump, J ack Handley, another of those 40 foot shot-putters, Ray Alexander, 880 man. Bobby Park, a miler, didnit place in the LeagUe meet, but showed a lot of promise for next season. Top Row: B. Collar, J. Handley, D. Callahan, E. Warner, J. Nail, L. Davis, Coach Vincent Humeston. Middle Row: B. Bunge, B. Rowley, N. Veeh, S. Bullock, J. Corwin, W. Enderle. Bottom ROW' E. Blee, B. Parks, G. Dugger, M. Thompson, R. Williamson. h u-g Q q a it 3; " E" A! '4.., g gas; ! Egan ll3 1r IDAMC IK Coach Vincent L. Humeston s Class Bee Track team finished in fifth place, when many of his ace performers competed for the Varsity. Ray Willsey was a sure first place winner in the high- -jump, his best mark being 5 ft. 6 inches. John Prunty was beaten only once in the 660 His best time was 1 m. 35.0 s. Prunty was also an excellent sprinter. B111 Westphal was always good for points in broad- -jump and high- -jump. Dick Griset gathered many points in the hurdle events, Odell Carson was one of the Leagues liner 660 men, Jim Robinson was a consistent 1320 man, and Paul Browning was the ace discuss thrower for the Tiller lightweights. Other team members were Alex Martinez, 660 and pole-vault, J ack Bell 1320 and shot-put, and Frankie Errota in the shot put and 1320. Other boys who competed with the Bees for part of the season were J oe Corwin and Ernie B1ee,two of the League 5 best sprinters. Bill Westpha1,Dick Griset,0de11 Carson and Ray Willsey, comprised a speedy relay team. Top Row: F. Brewster, E. Blee, O. Carson, B. Pendered, D. Griset, H. Birstow, R. Alexander, Coach V. L. Humeston. Bottom Row: B. Westphal, P. Browning, J . Prunty, F. Errota, A. Martinez, J . Robinson. IBA$ IEIBA lLlL With a successful practice season behind them Coach Russell Sullivanls Tiller baseballers were expected to fight it out for the. title, with Valencials defending champions. As the Audion went to press, the Tillerts had broken even in several tilts with Sunset League schools. Tustints best practice game was played against Santa Ana, one of the Countyfs baseball powers. The Tillers however played remarkable baseball to register a 7-0 .Upset win over the Saints. The combined pitching efforts of Seth Bullock and Jack Handley, held the Saints to one lone hit. Coach Sullivan would usually start the hard hitting Joe Burke in left-Iield, Freshman J ack Goetting in center field, and Dale ttChilj" Malcame in right-field. SEth Bullock, when not pitching, would cavort around firse-base, Clilford Williams held down second base, the fancy fielding Ray Willsey performed at shortstop, while fresh- man Bill Westphal held down the hot corner. Gaylord Williams did most of the backstopping. Malcarne would sometimes move in from the outfield to catch. Jack fIilrzatstndbley was Sullivan's ace hurler. When not pitching, Handley would move over to ase. Burke, Bullock, Handley and Malcarne appeared to be the Tillers' best hitters. Other boys who showed promise were J ohn Lawder, Fred Boose, Don Becker, Bob McCalla, Marshall Fairres, Frank Scott, Mel Bolyard, Bill Squire: and J ohnny Thuerer. Although Valencia was favored to cop the League pennant, the Tillers expected to really give them a battle, because of their decided edge in the pitching department, their spirit, and desire to bring Tustin its fourth major sport title of the 1943-44 school year. Tustin, during the year had bagged titles in Football, Basketball and Track, and hopes were very high of having a Championship baseball team, a sport Tustin has never won a Championship in. Top Row: Coach Russell Sullivan, J . Burke, J . Atkins, J . Handley, S. Bullock, R. McCalla, M. Fairres, D. Becker, J . Bird. . Middle Row: M. Bolyard, G. Williams, R. Cox, J. Goettmg, L. Changala, F. Boose. R. Willsey. Bottom Row: J . Theurer, J . Spessard, B. Squires, Frank Scott, R. Forney. D. Yarbrough. w: -3 Mb: M, 7 t'h F17 F5. F2. n H- m m U xxn J L! L! 1- L! L! Back Row: D. West, L. Tubbs, I. Kellough, J . Robinson, M. Westphal, M. Reed, V. Hallmark. Front Row: L. Pollard, J. Young, P. Grant, W. Martin, H. Jacobs, L. Mills. STELLA YOCUM Miss Yocum, ttStella," to most of the girls, is the Girls, P. E. teacher. Miss Yocum has an enthusiasm for sports that does much for the girls when they are not in the mood for a spirited game. She has worked hard this year teach- ing students the rules and regulations of all the sports. She has especially worked hard in getting transportation for the girls on Playday. She is advispr of the G. A. A. and of the Girls League, and has done a really good job with both this year. bgt 3 s: St 'a 5 S L 1 f tr k... is ti. 3 J i i i i 3 Back Row: 1. Dugger, J. Matson, J. Roberts,-B. Chapman, S. Reyes, B. Chapman, L. King. Middle Row: F. Nieblas, B. Balzer, E. Prunty, B. Wells, J. Haegeman, M. Carson, B. Bennett, F. Jacobs. Front Row: M. Osterman, B. Baker, B. Householder, L. Hansen, V. Hill, C. Griset. IBAAY IK IE1 IBAX lL lL The winning team in the besketball tournament for inter-class games this year was the Senior's team. The main spring behind the Seniors for fast play was Leota Mills. The for- , wards, dead shots, from almost any angle, put up a barrage that the other teams-were unable to stand up under. The J unior team was tough to beat, and the Sophomore and the Fresmah teams showed good material that will make up some very good teams, as soon astthey have played together long enough to build up better teamwork. Basketball playday was at Fullerton. The girls did well for themselves winning all of the games. They played Laguna, Newport and Orange. Hockey is one of the favorite sports with the girls. It is a part of the sports pro- : gram, and is looked forward to eagerly by most of the girls. There were practice games with Laguna this year, in addition to the playday at Huntington Beach. The Junior and Senior teams combined to make one team, and played the Laguna Seniors. They j won the practice game. The Freshmen and Sophomores played a game ,with Laguna l and lost. ' The playday at Huntington Beach resulted in the Seniors tying in a game with the Capistrano Seniors, and the J uniors winning 2-0 against Huntington Beach. The ,, ' playday for the lower-classmen was cancelled due to the rain and bad weather. I . I a + n M a I m U ; l Back Row: C. Shafer, L. Cummings, C. Faye, B. Gorzeman, B. Chuml, B. Perrozi, P. Kilpatrick. . t Middle Row: S. Gilbert, M. Bidart, L. Meiers. J . Etzold, B. Thomas, L. Taute, . S. Prather. '1 Front Row: M. Changala, C. Franzen, R. Hellis, L. Haskell, J . Lawrence, J-. Cruzen. H. E. Prothero. , ,.-t..a ,4" e ... x U m ;. 3i n S I U-aun-v ,3 t7 F If . fm- 5.. , I -. 7- r- A- - - - - bi-h , . VDLEYIBALL . . . SDFTDALL Volleyball season came after hockey, and many of the practices were in the gym. with the boys playing against the girls. There were come exciting rallies and a general enthusiasm for volleyball was felt this year. The playday was at Orange, with disappointing results for the girls. The girls tore into the baseball season with lots of that vim and vitality. Good pitching sparkled the seasonts softball play. Sadie Reyes, junior, was the best pitcher out. Teams were organized, and practice games went off smoothly. A team composed of Seniors and Juniors won over the Santa Ana J. C. team with a score of 4-0. The playday was held at Tustin. Back Row: C. Bennett, H. Chuml, N. Farwell, J. Cozad, E. Rowenhorst, A. Thorn- borrow, M. Martin, D. Olsen, Y. Ricketts, B. 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