University High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

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'iii - . - 1 g::Z3fn.. -Q:-,-' -:-' .1-' 'zgijig-1. , - ig 'g-ff: . '9'ri3Ln5ir':5fg"'3!N 'i .. .' ,V--':,:Vrlf-554 f:::"?-vw - -63-Fx:-5 iff' ff 5 - V I-ur- .i - Hqggf. f 5 if .. . aiigh- 3- i 1-V,,. gig!-. -. - -'V' : V fffznfze ' '55, , eliz- 1' V - -i'C.?.l5-f?'fi-4:1555 - - r fE.Lqff.3g.:1'1g.Eq3. rg.-:ff-1 r:2,,.5,'.: . 1-'V - -'V :J --1- -2-.--. ' -4- T. : ,-. :LLV ,eny- '1 fa5V'5-39 --:53:g.s,f '15 'IRE-1 :Q I YS:-f Ralph D. Wadsworth, Principal Arthur G Ramey, Vice Principal Helen M. Darsie, Vice Principal KBBPBPJ 0 Planning daily with us and for us here in University High are the members of the Ad- ministration. Heading this hard working group which takes care of the numerous de- tails that make a smooth running school, is Mr. Ralph Wadsworth, our principal. Al- though he is kept busy with a million and one different problems, he is always willing to share his few free moments for a chat or a conference with a member of the faculty or student body. The personal interest that he shows in each individual proves him not only an outstanding leader, but a grand person as well. Miss Helen Darsie's infectious smile is known by the hundreds of girls whom she has helped as Girls' Vice-principal. Her enthusi- asm for bringing out the best in each girl, her interest in each one's problems, and her pa- tience have made Miss Darsie a favorite with all. Sponsoring the Girls' League is only one of her many activities. Mr. Arthur Ramey's friendliness is not lim- ited to the boys in University. Many times the girls have found themselves smiling in return to the greeting of the Boys' Vice-principal. ln addition to supervising the varied athletic and Boys' League activities, Mr. Ramey counsels the fellows and deals with their individual problems. ln the Attendance Offfice, Mr. George jackson may be seen busily working with the pink absence slips or enrolling a new stu- dent in his capacity as Registrar. Mr. jackson took over this difficult work when Mr. Stan- ton was forced to leave due to illness at the opening of the spring semester. This year he instituted a new at- tendance procedure to the delight of those who took roll. With great efficiency both men have kept the at- tendance records, cum- ulative record folders, th ,C clge and various special per- mits, aided by equally efficient secretaries. Mrs. Frances Brooks, Counselor, has a genius for straightening out program trouble. Help- ing each Warrior to choose the classes that will help him most is only one of the jobs that earns the admira- tion and respect of the Warriors. Aiding as an import- ant part of the Admin- istration are the co-or- dinators: Mr. Luzerne Crandall, English, Dr. Dorothy Merigold, For- eign Language, Mr. Atilio Bissiri, Science and Mathematics, Mrs. Ethel Martin, Home Economics, Miss Cecilia Irvine, Social Studies. Working in collaboration with U.C.Li.A., they supervise the student teacher training pro- gram in each of their respective departments and have done much to prepare the Warriors for the University. Familiarizing the students with High School requirements 'and the need of acquiring fine study habits is the work of another group of co- ordinators. As coordinator -of Individual Growth, Miss Frances Tubbs helps the individual person to de- velop his abilities to the greatest extent. Her per- suasive encouragement has fired many a Warrior to greater achievement. Mr. George jackso-n, co- ordinator of Attendance and Registration, takes care of all the aspects of student attendance in Uni- versity. Mrs. Frances Brooks, Guidance coordinator, helps to adjust programing difficulties, and confers with parents when necessary for the best work of the student. Mrs. Louise Thomas is coordinator of Social Growth. Due to her interest and industry Uni has a well-rounded social program. Mr. Harold Ives, coordinator of Student Employment, selects the jobs that the working Warriors hold. Mr. james Pursell ta-kes care of the health of University as coordinator of Health. Working with the doctor and nurse he helps the Warriors to keep in tip-top condition. Each of the various departments is headed by a chairman who makes out the program of classes, meets with heads of all other departments, and se- cures all supplies and textbooks needed in each Frances C. Brooks, Counsellor George A. jackson, Registrar separate department. Holding chairmanship in the Art department is Mr. john Armstrong. Besides regular classwork, the department does an excellent job decorating for school occasions and making the many posters seen in the halls. As Social Studies department chairman, Miss Cecilia Irvine tries to see that all the students throughout the department are developing particular attitudes, skills, and knowledge that go into the making of a good citi- zen. Mr. john Bangerter has a large job in the field of Industrial Arts. With even greater plans for the coming year, Mr. Bangerter has enlarged the de- partment so that it would be more adaptable to the student need during this past year. Heading the Music department, Mr. George Wing keeps Uni abreast of city-wide music activities and plans music for all of our school occasions. Mr. Luzerne Crandall is chairman of our large English depart- ment. Since the field of this department includes all the forms of English spoken and written, Mr. Crandall is one of the busiest of the chairmen. Mrs. Dorothy Merigold also has a very large field to -cover as chairman of the Foreign Language department. Proving that the Warriors are a very language con- scious group, over half of the student body ll l28 people to be exactl take either Latin, Spanish, French, or German. As head of the Commercial de- partment, Mr. Harold Ives is concerned with the preparation of students for taking part in the busi- ness world. With an incomparable faculty, University High is proud to have one of the finest Administrative groups in the Los Angeles City School system. X W fl' .311 J 'dvi' f 1 .f':: lH , i I X f 8 - f 6? R " c 'T xv- , fr ,, -5-f ,wr xr-vw . f V X f v1,5,'7 Jr. L .iligli ' C' 4' .f .Q ' ff ' ,- rg.-gr 2.3 - J' .qt-C:?:,1.,v.,Q'7 A A "5ff'K3:.1It 7 . - p- 'R..':'I':f', f J- -1 4 wi-5 f,i3'l5,, ' .V 7'1" , T'?.:L!5341r'f'Q, ' y ',, 'Q ' A--.T-f,.j5.Af.-,':-Q--' :':j - .1 1505: Q,-3415, :f J, 2- if ' 'fx v nf, f- . I' Mx f V1 X, Y f'x 4 'wr wr ,wx J L4 A 1 N1 on N1 kc.-P71 .x,, X .5 1 1 .xv X :L1,f'w-5? f ..,15:,,y-., arioccw SPRING OFFICERS AND SPONSORS Front: Bobbie Westberg, Patti Roos Center: Bob Zukin, Tom Horton, Berne-ll Fox Rear: Miss Daniel, Mr. Des Rochers AMERICAN LECIONV AWARD Nancycarol Moyer, David Carroll wtww zggxthwv FALL OFFICERS AND SPONSORS Front: Barbara Blick, Betty Chapman, Miss Daniel, Mr. Des Rochers Rear: Buddy Bottoms, Bob Thompson, Hunter Crittenden .X- Z win fer '46 When the Carioca Class of'Winter '46 left Uni- versity, they took with them one of the finest rec- ords ever made by a winter class. From their ranks came Commissioners, Knights, Mawandas, and athletes. Under the capable sponsorship of Nor- fleet Daniel and George DesRochers, the class gave us seven Sealbearers and five Ephebians. . The officers of the class were exceptional. Lead- ing the Cariocas as presidents in the Senior B and A terms, respectively, were Tom Horton and Bob "Moan" Thompson. They were ably aided by boys' vice-presidents, Bernell Fox and james "Buddy" Bottoms, girls' vice presidents, Patti Roos and Betty Chapman, secretaries, Bobbie Westberg and Bar- bara Blick, and treasurers, Bob Zukin and Hunter Crittenden. When the awards were made at the end of the year, the class chose to give membership in the Ephebian Society, the highest honor which can be awarded a high school student, to Kent Tyler, who had served the student body as president, Ralph Daniels, Bill Heyler, Margaret Holland, and Cayley Stone. The American Legion award went to two outstanding Cariocas, David Carroll and Nancycarol Moyer. Those who had been Meledonians two- thirds of their high school career, Barbara Aron- sen, joanne Haskell, ludith justman, Don Morri- son, lrene Smith, Lenore West, and Roger Wiskow were made Sealbearers. Evidence of the war emergency was found in the twenty-nine Carioca boys who received their diplomas after they had entered the service, and while several were able to attend the exercises, most had their diplomas mailed to them. Rio Rhythms, the South American Color Day, was gay and lively, and the small class provided an abundance of talent. Singers, dancers, musi- cians, and skits were presented, backed by "Roberto Thompson's Cariocansf' The highlight of the program, of course, was when the class marched down the auditorium aisles singing their song and presenting their colors. The sweaters, which were kelly green, had a gay and nonchalant lose Carioca over the pocket. On the Field Day,' the Cariocas were once again caught in the winter class jinx, but they provided stiff competition for the overwhelming number in the Senior B class. ln regular school athletics, the Cariocas gave Unihi some of the best. ln football there were Kent Tyler, Moan Thompson, Herb Millington, Chuck Cross, Buddy Bottoms, Hunter Crittenden, Ray Biendorf, Don Michael, and Bob Bishop. ln basketball they gave us Rod Hatch, Bernell Fox, and Tom Horton. Track men who produced championship squads were Dave Upham, Buddy Bottoms, and Ted Off. Baseball found Rod Hatch, Duane Walker, and Don Morrison outstanding. ' Carrying away the honor titles of best looking boy and girl were Norman Hopps and Mary Ander- son. Teddy Sargent was voted most popular girl, and Bobbie Westberg, girl with the best personality. For the first time in Uni history, one boy, Moan Thomp- son, carried off both most popular and best person- ality titles in the masculine division. Student Body President, Kent Tyler, and Margaret Holland were voted the boy and girl most likely to succeed. A newly added title, "class joker," was a near tie, with only two votes difference between Bernell Fox and Hugh Kelley. Graduation exercises were held january 25, l946, and 2l9 seniors bid farewell to Unihi. ln return, Uni proudly saluted their first post-war graduating class. "Saludos Amigos," Cariocas, of Winter '46. PRESIDENTS Tom Horton, Bob Thompson win fer '46 ARLENE JANN ANDERSON MARY MARGARET ANDERSON PATRICIA JANE ANDERSON RENEE ARONOFF BARBARA JEAN ARONSON DONALD C. ATMUR DAVID S. BAKER DONALD I. BARBER BARBARA ELAINE BARKER RAY LARNER BEINDORF KEITH PERRY BENCTSON JIM G. BESSE ROBERT H. BISHOP VERNA JEAN BITZ DAVID MILLER BJORK BARBARA ELEANOR BLICK BARBARA EVELYN BOND JAMES ALFRED BOTTOMS ELAINE KATHLEEN BUFFINCTON VIRGINIA CARDENAS ELLEN ANNE CARSON MARIA PAULINE CASTILLO BE'I'I'Y FRANCES CHAPMAN BETTY LANE CHAPPELL MARILYN IRENE CLEVELAND DAVID WARREN CARROLL MICHAEL PAUL COLE DAVID EDWARD CONCA JOHN S. COOK 'LORNA JEAN COOLEY BETHEL CAIL COOPER BETTY IRENE COOPER BRADLEY COWAN MARIE FRANCES COX RICHARD CRISSMAN HUNTER CRITTENDEN BEVERLY ANN CROSS JOHN CRUIKSHANK RALPH DANIELS JOAN EDITH DAY RONALD PHILIP DENITZ BETTYE J. DENKER HELEN JANE DIXON MARY JACQUELYN DUFTON LUCY DWECK GORDON T. DURFEE DONALD ARNO EASTMAN ROBERT THOMAS EDWARDS JANE KAREN ERICKSON GEOFFREY MELBOURNE FARRER FAY ELAINE FELKER BERTRAM HARRIS FIELDS HOWARD DANIEL FISHER REED GIFFORD FLEMING ANNE CAROL FOX BERNELL R. FOX, JR. JEAN ELSIE FRIESE PHYLLIS JEAN FULLERTON ESTELLA GARCIA ZULEMA EMMA GARCIA SUSIE A. GLASER STANLEY IRVIN GLIDDEN EUGENE HERMAN GOLLES RITA GOMEZ LUCY V. GONZALES CAROLYN DORIS GOULD MARILYN JEAN GRANER PHYLLIS GAIL GRIMES CHARLES RICHARD CHARLTON GROSS PEGGY ANN HALMRAST RALPH HART JOANNE HASKELL - RODNEY R. HATCH JR. CARLOTTA ROSE HAUSER LOA JOY HEIDENREICH JESUS ARNULFO HERRERA WILLIAM ERVIN HEYLER MARGARET DEAN HOLLAND IRA WILLIAM EUGENE HOLROYD NORMAN CROSBY HOPPS BETTY JANE HORNER THOMAS FRANKLIN HORTON JENS PETER HOULBERG JR NAOMI MELLIE HOY ELIZABETH HUFF LUTHER C. HUNTER HENRY VAN DYKE JOHNS JR. ROBERT WHITMAN JOHNSON RUTH MARIE JOHNSTON PATRICIA LENORE JOOS MARCO A. JOSEPHO JUOJTJ-J LENORE JUSTMAN JOHN JOSEPH KABATECK DORIS R. KAISER JOYCE KAYLIN MYRON KAPLAN ' HUGH HAYNES KELLEY GEORGETTE G. KELSO VIRGINIA KLOSE TERBUO KOBATO JAMES LASETER BRUCE G. LEACH DORIS MARIE LILJEQUIST DONNA J. MACKINTOSH LLOYD MEDSKER EUGENE D. MICHAEL HERBERT JAMES MILLINGTON ROBERT WESLEY MORRIS ANN MOORE DONALD' R. MORRISON NANCY CAROL MOYER KATHARYN MCCARTHY OLIVE JOSEPHINE MCCALL RAYMOND J. MCMAHON JOHN NICKLIN THEODORE OFF PATTY JOAN O'HARA CHARLES OIREILLY ROY EUGENE OTIS JOHN F. PASCHEK FERN I. PETERSON LEILA MAY PETTIT OLIVIA A, PINO EDGAR D. POE RUTH M. POTTS ERNEST CONRAD PREVOST BARBARA JEAN PHYTHIAN IRMA QUINT WILLIAM IAMES RAMSEY LOIS A. RIGGON IAMES PATRICK RILEY IUANITA T. RIVERA GEORGE MOORE ROEMER PATRICIA IUNE ROOS BRIAN F. ROWLEY EDNA SARGENT IOAN ELIZABETH SAWYER MARILYN IOANNE SCOTT KATHRYN P. SIDWELL ROBERT G. SIMONS IRENE BARNETT SMITH GLORIA STEPANIAN CARL W. STERLING SYDNEY H. STOWELL ALICE GAYLEY STONE WYETH GENE STAPLES EMALINE ROSE SUGAR ANNA MARIE TANDY BARBARA ANN TEDFORD LOUIS F. THOMAS ROBERT MORRIS THOMPSON IOHN THOMAS THOMPSON JOYCE IRENE TOBIN FRED C. TUSHINSKY KENT GEORGE TYLER IOYCE D. VOLL DUANE W. WALSTEAD DOROTHY WATERS MILDRED WEBB IUSTIN BERNARD WENNER LENORE WEST BARBARA WIRGEAN WESTBERG ALBERT DEWELL WHEELEN ROGER LOUIS WISKOW TYLER FRANCIS WOODWARD IR ELAINE XENIADES LLOYD R. YOUNG SALLY YOUNG GAYLORD ROBERT Z UFELT ROBERT ZUKIN Uahlefa C'6ll'LOCa.4 IAMES E. BALL PHYLLIS IOYCE BARKIN RICHARD D. BILLINGS LAUREL 'IEAN BLOSDALE DAPHNE BROWN GERALD ANDREW CAIN DANA. WARD CARPENTER WILLIAM CASSELL DEAN L. CHILD , FRANK M. DANIELSON WALTER D. DANIELSON WHITNEY H. DeYOUNG ALAN LOANE WILLIAM' DURST IEROME A. GARY ALVIS W. HALE RICHARD FLEMING IONES DAVID C. KINDALL BETTY IANE MCAULEY IAMES LELAND OAKLEY WALTER OTTO IACK I. ROSS IR. EUGENE SAGNELLA BARBARA MARY SHERWOOD RAY I. STINCHCOMB BE'I-I'Y MAURINE SURKAMP DANIEL WARD WALTERS, IR ELIZABETH WHITEFORD ariocoa onora EPHEBIANS Margaret Holland, Bill Heyler, Kent Tyler, Cayley Stone Not present, Ralph Daniels SEALBEARERS Front: Barbara Aronson, Don Morrison, ludith lustman Rear: Irene Smith, Lenore West, Cayley Stone Noi' present: Ioanne Haskell, Pat Anderson, Ronald Denitz, Roger Wiskow CARIOCA RHYTHMS Flying down to Rio, the Cariocas sing "Saludos Amigos to you!" 3 xf-f , q,QQ , fgrwyl' FW? V. - x - - ,V .Vx M,-f Q MN' A .,,,, . Q Q. N V ,L . RM U. , 1 f 4 Z, 1 '42 ' - A Yagi W AK m. 1, ,uw--V f ,Q 1 ..ff:,A .-J.. S' 14 if Zfzfyflj 2 1 -rw MMM f 2:,x if f ,Z f, V J ,, w, , Q, ffffy Y ,'v Ago ul1'll'l'lel' FALL OFFICERS Wanda Case, Donna Turner, Tom Canady, Mary Bever idge, Dick Kramer SPONSORS Oscar limenez, Althea Caravacci, George lackson SPRING brrlceks Dick Kramer, Peggy Tighe, IOIII1 Sfone, Donna Turner, Wanda Case arouaela '46 The Carousel Class of Summer '46, under the able leadership of Althea Caravacci and Oscar jimenez, was one of the most outstanding ever to be gradu- ated from University. There were, besides many Knights, Mawandas, and Commissioners, eight Ephebians and fifteen Sealbearers. During the Senior B term, they were headed by Tom Canady as president. His assistants were Dick Kramer as boys' vice president, Pat Hewson as girls' vice president, Mary Beveridge as secretary, and Wanda Case as treasurer. When elections were again held in the Senior A term, john Stone took over the gavel. Dick Kramer retained his position as boys' vice president, Wanda Case became girls' vice president, Donna Turner, secretary, and Peggy Tighe, treasurer. With three years of high school work completed, a number of students who had done exceptionally outstanding work and had proved to be excellent leaders received special recognition. The Ephebian Award, which is presented to one out of every forty graduating students went to Marvin Osburn, who had distinguished himself as one of the finest stu- dent body presidents in Uni history, Pat Cham- bers, james Dunham, Donna Turner, jerry O'Neal, Hope Sterling, Lois Millington, and Craig Marks. The American Legion presented their award for outstanding service to jeanne Rogers and jerry O'NeaI. The Meledonians who had maintained membership for two years were given recognition as Sealbearers. They were Barbara Campbell, james Dunham, lone Ciuyton, jackie Hill, Al johnson, Clarice Kestenbaum, Louise Kosches, Craig Marks, Lois Millington, jerry O'Neal, Lois Pettegrew, Marjory Sampson, john Scantlin, Hope Sterling, and Harriet Warne. In Field Day competitions, the overwhelming number of the Carousels aided in the defeat of the Cariocas. At that same event, the class pre- sented their name, with the help of clowns, bal- let dancers, a ring master, and a huge fire-crack- er, which burst magically, revealing three girls carrying a large sign, with the name Carouseis on it. A gigantic ring side show was presented by the Carousels on their Color Day. The "Teen Thirteen" backed the excellent entertainment which consisted of the "golden voiced tenor," james Dunham, six amazing girl tight-rope walk- ers, a special rendition of "Chopsticks" by Donna Turner, a group of five fellows in a take-off on Slim Caillard and his Dark Town Strutters, and many other attractions that greatly pleased the audience, Sixteen Carousels presented the colors in a precision march, the girls in red skirts, the boys in grey slacks, and all wearing the white senior sweaters with the red, white, and light blue merry-go-round emblem. Following the formal presentation, the entire class flooded the aisles and the stage to sing their song. Along with recognition in scholarship, leadership, and talent, the class gave us many outstanding ath- letes. Unihi will not forget speedy Don Lawrence who never failed to come through in both football and the sprints. Also pulling always to help bring the Warriors to the top in track were jim Lieben- guth, Bill Blythe, Dick Kramer, Bruce Greenland, jac-k Miller, Tom Kendall, Hank Waltz, and Fred Hawkins. Skin Thomas, john Stone, and jack Dev- lin played good football, while Ned Van Cott and Alan Daly upheld the Reservationists on the basket- ball court. Tom Canady and Bud Felts represented the class on the baseball diamond. With their graduation in june, they take away many of Unihi's top students, but they also take away the very best wishes of all the Warriors, who say, "good luck, Carousels of Summer '46l" PRESIDENTS john Stone, Tom Canady I i cglllfllnel' ,4 6 THOMAS WOODRUFF ALLEN II JOAN ALTMAN NANCY IANE ANDERSEN IACQUELINE ANN WAGNER LEILANI IOAN BAOCOTT MARY IANE BAKER IEAN BALL MARIORIE BALL IACQUE LYNN BANNINC IOHN POWERS BATES WILSON MCLEAN BATES, IR. WILLIAM I. M. BAZELEY RICHARD W. BEAMISH ETHEL VIRGINIA BECHER PETER ALLEN BENSON THOMAS MELVIN Bess MARY BEVERIDOE LORRAINE MARIE BICKELL DAVID BIxI.ER EDITH IO BLACK WILLIAM GERALD BLYTHE EILEEN BOYER IANE DIXON BOYLE MARLAN CIERARD BRANDT RICHARD IAMES BRAVO WILLIAM THOMAS BROOKS, IR. LORETTA EILEEN BROWN THELMA IO BRUCE ' IOHN L. BULLER IACK C. BULLOCK ELSIE BURCES M. BERNARD BUTLER DORIS IEAN CALL BARBARA SUTHERLAND CAMPBELL RICHARD THOMAS CANADY BETTY IOYCE CARLSON ESTHER FRANCES CARRILLO WANDA ROSE CASE SHIRLEY ANN CATTON NANCY LaREE CAUGHEY ELIZABETH ANN CAWREY PATRICIA THORNE CHAMBERS WILLIS GRANT CHANDLER GLORIA CHAPMAN GLADYS AKIKO CHIKASAWA RAMONA MARIE CLARK IAMES E. CONNER VIRGINIA ANN CORBITT PATRICIA IEAN COX ALTHEA CHARLOTTE CRASE ARTHUR CRAWFORD IRENE CUZNER FRANK DENNISON DADE ALAN BRUCE DALY GRANT E. DANIELSON IANET SCOTT DANT ELIZABETH DARLINGTON PLACIDO DAVID CHARLES EDWARD DAVIS, IR. HAZEL DAWN GEORGE MASAKAZU DEGUCHI ILYNE AIKO DEGUCHI IOYCE LOUISE DENNEY JACK DEVEIN DOLORES DEY IRVING IOHN DQYOUNG LILA D. DIENER IEAN ANN DORR IEAN ELAINE DREW GERHARD THOMAS DUCAT GENEVIEVE ANN DUCE IAMES KING DUNHAM DOLORES ROSE EASTMAN EVELYN LOUISE EDMONDS MARY EMMA ELDREDGE MARMA IEAN ELGIN FRED STANLEY ELLIS RUSSELL D. ELLIS BARRY THOMAS FABER IOHN ARCHER FAGIN DAMON FELTS IOAN ELIZABETH FENTON BERNARD FINK DEVON FINK BARBARA FRANCES FREEMAN BERNADETTE THERESA GAGON STEPHANIE GEORGE DONNA MARY GILLETTE MYRON HENRY GILMAN IEANETTE ELIZABETH GIOGA IANET ANN GORDON DAVID LEE GORFINKLE VINCENT GRANNELL STANLEY BRUCE GREENLAND IONE GUYTON GLORIA GWIN ANETTE CECILIA HAENDIGES RONA R. HALPERIN IOYCE EVELYN HAMAR BOBBIE IEAN HAMBLIN BARBARA IANE HAMILTON DOROTHY NEVILLE HAND NOMA YVONNE HARDING LORLE GOURLEY HARVEY MARGARET ANN HATCH MARGUERITE I. HAUETER FREDERICK CASE HAWKINS, IR. EDWARD C. HEAD RUDY FRANCIS HEIGL MISSIE DIXIE HEINZ EMMA LOU HENDERSON KATHRYN MAE HENDERSON BILLIE ODETTE HERRON MURIEL PATRICIA HEWSON CARMEN HILL IACKIE LYNN HILL HARRY WILLIAM HILLMAN IOAN RODNEY HILPERT MARGERY EUNICE HOFFMAN CONSTANCE HOGUE PETER HOLMES NOBUO STEVE HORI BETH HOLT THOMAS D. HORNING DAVID HERBERT HOROwITz MARY Lois HUGHES I I GORDON HULL- WALTER TAIII ISONO ALBERTINE JAMES . EVERETT ROCKWELL IAM ES BETTY IAMISON ALBERT IOHNSON IEROME EMSLEY JOHNSON FLOYD IONES JOYCE LORELE1 IONES I LORELEI JONES THOMAS E. KENDALL CLARICE IOAN KESTENBAUM RICHARD WINFIELD KING IRA KIRSHBAUM ' LAFAYETTE KNADLER LEW C. KNICKERBOCKER LORRAINE LEE KOLLMAN LOUISE N. KOSCHES BEVERLY LOU KRAMER RICHARD R. KRAMER ROSE S. KUWANO FREDERICK MARSHALL LABERDIE I MICHAEL IAMES LAVELLE, IR. BARBARA LAWRENCE DONOVAN HENRY LAWRENCE LORRAINE LESSARD GEORGE THOMAS LEVENTIS SYLVIA DOROTHY LEWELLYN IAMES FREDERICK LIEBENGUTH, IR. PHYLLIS MARGARET LINZ LINDLEY THOMPSON LOCKE BARBARA ANNE LOHRMANN IOY ELAINE LOSSIEFF BOB H. LOVETI' 25 4 'W' .Y ' ,.f AV AZ" 15 7361 V 'i 1'i 1',h ' ZW JOAN JULIET LUGO JOHN ARTHUR MACIOLEK JOAN ARLENE MACKEY EDWARD SCOTT MACKIE DON BANKS MANNING MARILYN PATRICIA MARKHAM CRAIG MARKS WILLIAM MARTIN VIRGINIA ELLEN MARTINDALE JEROLANE SHARON MATTESON JULIA MARION MCDONELL RODERICK ANDREW MCDOWALL ANN MCINTYRE GERALDINE FLORENCE MCKNIGHT PATRICIA MCLEOD ROY DEAN MCKINNEY, Jr. JOHN EDWARD MCNEILL CONNIE RAE MEEKER ERLINDA REYNOSA MERCADO DICK MEYER JOAN FRANCES MILLER JOHN MARTIN MILLER MOTTO MILLER LOIS MILLINGTON MARILYN JANE MITCHELL JAMES DENNIS MOERSEN HARRY MORGAN, JR. JAMES FINDLEY MORRIS DALE NADINE MORTENSEN ELAINE MOSES MASAKO NAGANO MISAKO NAKATSURU CHRISTINA WINIFRED NEAL EDITH NISHI MATSU NITTA JOAN HELEN OAKHOLT RUTH ESTHER O'CONNER ROBERT MORGAN OGG CATHERINE LOUISE O'HERON JOHN J. OIEN WILLIAM EMIL OLIVA IERRY BIRCH O'NEAL SUMIKO OSAIIMA MARVIN OSBURN NANCY LEE PARNIN RICHARD IAY PEARL KATHRYN MARIE PELLICAN CHANSONE PETERS RALPH L. PETERSON LOIS CAROLYN PETTEGREW' GORDON LEWIS POLIMER MARTHA FREDDA POLK SHIRLEY PORTER ANNIE VIVIANNE 'POWER GUY PRONIER ANN LOUISE PURDY STANLEY MORRIS RAINIER VIRGINIA REED IOAN ELIZABETH RIGGS OFELIA RIVERA VIRGINIA ELIZABETH ROBERTSON IEANNE ROGERS LENORE ROSENFIELD DON LEE ROTHENBERG MARGARET ROWE PATRICIA RUCKER RICHARD FIRMAN RUNKLE LESTER EUGENE RUSSELL MEREDITH ANN RYAN IOHN LOWELL RYDIORD MARIORIE MAY SAMPSON IOHN ROBERT SCANTLIN ROBERT SCHMID HARRIET SCHNEIDER WILLIS EUGENE SCHRODER BARBARA IOAN SCHUMAN IOANNA PATRICIA SHANNON IAMES FLEMING SHAW WILLIAM IOSEPH SHEA LAWRENCE WILLIAM SHERER ROBERT TAKESHI SHISHIIVIA ROBERT H. SHUMAN IACI4 SIEBUHR WANDA LEE SIMPSON NEIL NICCULLOUCI-I SINSABAUOH ELLEN IANE SLYHE CAROL IANET SMITH MARY LOUISE SMITH MAURINE M. SMITH WM. VAN RENSSELAER SMITH, IR RAULINE SNAIR CHARLOTTE RUTH SPEER ANITA STEPANIAN PREWITT AUSTIN STEPHENS, IR. HOPE STERLING MELVIN STEWART ROGER A. STOCKWELL MARILYNNE IEAN STODDARD IOHN CHARLES STONE S. ERNEST STRADER, IR. PATRICIA ANNE STROMAN CONSTANCE STROMBERG GLORIA SULLIVAN GLORIA ESTELLE SULLIVAN MARIORY HIDDEN SULLY BETTY IEAN SWEELEY BARBARA MAY TAENZER YOSHIKO TANAKA FRED TARQUIN RUTH H. TAUBERT VERNA BELLE TAYLOR HUGH L. THOMAS PAUL FRANKLIN THOMAS ROBERT ELLIOT THOMPSON MARGARET EVELYN TIGHE HITOSHI TOII LYNN D. TRAVELLER FRANCES AILEEN TRIBOLET PHYLLIS ANN TURKEN DONNA FAYE TURNER LUPE VALDIVIA NED VAN COTT BARBARA LEE VAN HORN SHARON MARIE VAN PADDENBURG DONALD GEORGE VATCHER WALTER VON GREMP OYCE MARION WAGN ER I HENRY WASHINGTON WALTZ III PATRICIA IANE WARD SHELBY MILDRED WARD HARRIET VIRGINIA WARNE MARYLINNE LOUISE WEISS JOHN TYLER WHELAN CLARE ELAINE WHITAKER LEONA MAE WHITAKER IOHN HOWARD WILKE BARTON WILSON IOAN WILSON ROY C. WILSON CONSTANCE IOANNE WITT WILLIAM FRANK WOLHAUPTER DOROTHY LOUISE WRIGHT MARY YAMAMOTO BARBARA GLORIA ZOUTTE GWENDOLYN DeCAMP I Cdhlefa CGPOUJBIJ CARLINE ABELAR EMILY AIEMIAN LYNN ALFORD ELEANOR LILLIAN BABER BOB CECIL BARDWELL ROBERT BEARNS WILLIAM BIGGS FLAVIUS O. BURKET YVONNE REBA CRAW BOBBIE RUT DePEW IAMES WILLIAM HAMM DONALD S. HAWKINS WANDA HENDRICKS TSUTOMU HORI LARRY EDWARD HUGHES IEAN KENNEDY IWAO KIRIYAMA EVELYN I. KOONTZ IAMES K. LEUTCH DUANE LARSH WILLIS D. LEWIS DANIEL DAVID LOMBARD ANGUS NORMAN MACDONALD PHILLIPP B. MARTIN ALAN MCCLURE LELAND EMERY MCCRORY IULIA MARION MCDONALD LAURENCE MCGANN ROBERT MICHELSON IERRY IAMISON MOORE IOY MARIE MOREHEAD ROBERT EDWIN MURPHY IACQUELYN IEAN PIERCE CAROLYN PISCIOTTA IILL ELLEN ROSS KATHERINE ANN SAPIEN ROSEANNE SLADEK DAVID SLOBE CURTIS RUSSELL STEINERT GLORIA STEVENSON MILDRED STEWART GLORIA O. TEUBERT THOMAS WALKER GERARD WALLER DONALD LeROY WATTLES CLARK WETMORE FRANCIS IEROME YOUNG arouaef ,fffonorfi anal ,ynformafiiiea AMERICAN LEGION AWARD jeanne Rogers, jerry O'Neal EPHEBIANS Hope Sterling, Lois Millington, Donna Turner, Pat Chambers, jim Dunham, Marvin Osburn, Craig Marks, jerry O'NeaI ' SEALBEARERS jackie Hill, Barbara Campbell, Lois Millington, lone Guyton, Clarice Kestenbaum, Louise Kosches, Lois Pettegrew, Marjory Sampson, Harriet Warne, Hope Sterling, Al johnson, james Dunham, Craig Marks, john Scantlin, jerry O'Neal .se ' ' -1 ,ue w .- 4-.ay f j ,. w nu , .a,:1 ,Z ki' . ' ,HU ,x K 4 5, ITN ' ., , h , 5 -al 1 ,515 ws W ,4 , 7 1 , 1- , , 'W 51, x K f . ff! . , Qi 'N -fo f 1 gs P f Qs Mix , 3. . fs 6 w af F M52 A' ,L f 42-if N f f 4: 'Y ,. 1 f Q fi Q Y u f , X .M 7 ,f 5.41429 MW:fYY,Q? f lf ' . nf 4 , , ' if ,gif ' W ? ,, w , . gpm 5ZfS ,,,,! 4 ., , ' A X, X X T x itifi "' Jfwfgfsw , ,.,. ff g hwy? f W J - f I' , X fx f 'Wim X I V W , .,,. Sf,-Qf v gy 1.4 W .. 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Haigh, Morris Hampson, Betty Hart, Marilyn Heflin, Mary Henry, Jo Ann Huante, Carol Jensen, Ruth Johnson, Annabel Jones, Jane Jones, William Lockhart, Alice Logan, Annabella Lucero, Willy Luke, Donald MacLachilan, Wallace McDonald, Cecile Milburn, Betty June Miller, Evalyne Montrose, Dick Moore, Robert Olds, Elizabeth Pappas, Gus Passarelli, Frank Patterson, Claude Pegrum, Douglas Powers, Waldo Price, Nancy , Ramser, Harold Redman, Marjorie Redfern, Rosanne Rosbach, Joan Rose, Richard Rubio, Narcissa Sandie, Joseph- Sarabia, Genevieve Sikerske, Lorraine Simmons, Partice Super, Annabelle Tarquin, Carl Tetrick, Paul Volker, Bill Voltmer, June Walstead, Jack Wedemeyer, Edward Wheeler, Audrey Aumaier, Bob Ball, Richard Bane, Don Bates, Morley Beresford, Ruth Brown, Barbara Brown, Duane Butts, Claud Castaneda, Redolfe Castillo, Esperanza Curtis, Nancy Jean Davis, Donald Day, Donald Burton Dennis, Joanne Edgerton, Nancy Ewing, Clyde Ferris, Janice Forsyth, Bruce C. 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Russell Lisle, Diane Lucero, Paulita Lugo, Marie Lundstrom, Rod Lurch, Milton Mabry, Robert Marsh, Bill Martin, Terry Mathews, Evelyn Matthias, Carolyn Maybery, Bill McDermott, Patricia McDonald, Joan McEldowney, Gay Mclver, Patricia McKinney, Barbara Mero, Jo-Ann Michels, Marianne Migliore, Russell Miller, Joyce Miller, Joyce M, Miriellom, Nellie Molrine, Ronald Money, Amy-Lee Moon, Irwin Morley, Dick Nass, Anatole Neely, Mary Neil, Bill Nelson, Patricia Neuberger, Jack Greenwood, Helen Griffin, Robert Grose, Thomas Gross, Joan Grushon, Patricia Hammond, Kenneth Hangen, Don Hansen, Lynn Hansen, Mahlon Harker, Jerry Haveman, Bob Hayes, Tom Hayward, Doyle Heikkila, Doris Heinmiller, Robert Hickman, Clifford Hicks, Paul Hiestand, Billy l-lilchey, Marie Hillman, Howard Howard, John I-lowell, Joan Hoy, Ramona Hoyt, Jean Hudson, Gene Jennerson, Joanne Johansen, Jean Johnson, Colleen Johnston, Mary Johnson, Richard Kageyama, Hiroshi Kaplin, Lawrence Kaplan, Martin Kaufman, Lorraine Kaylin, Muriel Kern, Joan Kerr, Bill Kerbach, David Kiser, Freddie Kishi, Francis Lane, Pat Lawler, Mary Lawrence, Betty Leitner, Richard Lenfestey, Marilyn Lindoo, David Loeffler, Marilyn Lombard, John Loomis, Richard Lozier, Michael MacGregor, Billie Machado, Marguerita MacKie, Margaret MacQueen, Joyce Ma:Whirter, Constance Mayhew, Ann Mayhew, Robert McCaskill, Bill McCollum, Doris McCracken, Sally McKenney, Leo Meeks, Diane Menchaca. 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' ' , 1 Vr i. 0' ,V, QV 'I .,,.. T " :- , V, , ,V - A ' f' :,sWf'Vr:rwei4.WStsi' y 1 ,x. I, Ex W, D E A g 5 V. it .5-,',V.,,,. f V ,KV V M..sfV,A,,,, . .,-.wt h war lV,VV V is V , if g , r .V A 7 . V r ...,g, 4 A , . V ,f,, , V .sr V wma V V- fi ,VV V Q Vfn. V ' ,Q ' ,, " A 2 ii' M Vw.. - :V M V 1 V 41 4"'i! if LMIIIWNI I I x X T ff f I r 5 W ' 3 X ,I 1 1 5,14 A,Z. gig QQ 5 NH .' Q -- xx- wwf: STUDENT BODY PRESIDENTS Kent Tyler, fall. Marvin Osburn, spring. Student government at University High School, based on the high ideals of American democracy, functions in much the same manner as the govern- ment of our nation. Headed by the Student Body President, who is aided by a Boar of Commission- ers, each member of the student body is extended equal rights and privileges. The American mode of living as a part of government is taught in every classroom by a free election of class officers such as president, secretary, student council representa- tives, who represent their homerooms in student government, Community Chest representatives, and voluntary junior Red Cross workers who have done innumerable services for the American Red Cross. American government is taught as a subject in the social studies classroom, and special classes in pub- lic 'speaking and leadership have been formed to acquaint potential leaders of the student body with the forms of parliamentary procedure and to train them in the art of speaking in public. Student of- ficers especially appreciate the opportunity given them to discuss problems of student government with their fellow officers of neighboring schools. To represent the student body, students elect sixteen commissioners. This group sets the stand- ards for the conduct and welfare of all the students on the campus while two of them, the Comissioners of Cirl's and Boy's Welfare, deal specifically with the activities of girls and boys respectively. Each commissioner has a definite duty to perform and the wide scope of some off these demand that a council or board, working under the commissioner, help to lighten his duties. Such a one is the Safety Patrol which works in conjunction with the Com- iucf nf missioner of Safety to promote safe conduct in and out of sehool and to encourage safe driving and compliance with the law. ' Some student officers do not get the spotlight of publicity as others do. Among these is the busy Commissioner of Student Employment and a group of equally hard working students who serve the school in the cafeteria, in confection booths, the student store and in the attendance office. Secre- tary for the student body is the Commissioner of Records, while those who promote school spirit at programs, athletic contests and during noon hour recreation, are the Commissioners of C-irl's and Boy's Recreation. Relations with the public, prob- ably one of the most important duties of student government at University High School, is handled by the Commissioner of Public Relations, who is spokesman for the students in their relations with the Parent Teachers Association. The Commissioner of Athletics is responsible to the coaches and plays an important part in present- ing the Athletic Awards Assembly at the termina- tion of each semester when those who excell in sports receive a token of appreciation from the stu- dent body. lt is essential that students be well in- formed about such school affairs as sports events and social, political, recreational and educational programs. The Commissioner of Publicity arranges for poster production, for articles in the local press and the Warrior and for advertising bulletins, while the Commissioner of Publications gives active assistance in the editing ofthe school paper and annual. ou rumen! Probably one of the most important jobs and one which keeps its commissioner busy is the Commis- sionership of Organizations. The duties of this of- fice range from helping in the formation of new clubs to taking full charge of all student body elec- tions. The Commissioners of War Savings and Con- servation and Finance have other important duties implied by their respective titles. Nevertheless, the student officer who must definitely lead them all in citizenship, sportsmanship, scholarship and serv- ice is the Student Body President. Each semester campus voters elect a boy or girl with outstanding ability, one who has the respect of the students and who is pledged to promote their interests. Univer- sity has long been fortunate in the choice made by its student body. Each of the commissioners has a capable faculty sponsor who aids him in his important tasks. These sponsors receive little or no publicity for their work with the students but as a result of their's and the commissioner's labor, a student body government functions democratically and forever seeks improve- ment through their effort. A word of praise and thanks must go to the faculty members who gave of their time to make school programs a success this year and to the sponsors of the commissioners, the Cirl's and Boyis Vice Principals, and to Mr. Wads- worth, Principal, for so ably leading University High School in its self government program. COMMISSIONERS Spring, first row: lim Dunham, Eddy Ramseyer, Paul Thomas, Marvin Osburn, Bill Ulman, lim Harris. Second row: Carlotta lelm, Louise Burrill, Carol Leonard, Hope Sterling, Elizabeth Epling, Barbara Campbell, Margery Hoffman, Evelyn Edmonds Fall, first row: Bob Zukin, Frank Loy, Walter Von Gremp, Pcte Benson, Ray Biendorf, lack Kabateck, jerry O'Neal M Wadsworth. Second row: Georgette Kelso, lean Ann Dorr. Nancvcarol Moyer, Kent Tyler, David Carroll, Pat Chambers Hope Sterling, Ellen Slyh. l i I l i A ff af-,-was mln- ml i1-1-ul .ia 1--l .amm,,.i-Q7 1 ,i,:fyi ,.1l , , irfa j PRESIDENTS Pat Chambers, fall Hope Sterling, spring The Girls' League of University High does not merely represent the girls, but is the girls. Sponsored by Miss Helen Darsie, the Girl's Vice-principal, the League plays a major role in daily school life. Presenting assemblies, sponsoring the Girls' League Boards, supervising ac- tivities. and helping each girl to iron out her difficulties is, in part, the work of the League. f Each semester it is headed by an exec- utive board and a cabinet, which consists of the chairmen of the many active boards. This year the Girls' League has had exceptionally fine officers. The presi- dent, who is known in Student Govern- ment on the Board of Commissioners as Commissioner of Girls' Welfare, is elect- ed each semester like other league offi- cers. Pat Chambers held office in the fall, and Hope Sterling during the spring. Pat Chambers was finely supported by her executive board, which included Doris Kaiser, vice-president, janet Palmer, sec- retary, Mary Beveridge. treasurer, and Galey Stone, Chairman of the Girls' Board of Hearing. Hope Sterling, too, had a fine execu- tive board. Her vice-president was Pat Hewson, secretary, janet Martin, and treasurer, jackie Phillips. Pat Chambers returned to serve the Girls' League as Chairman of the Board of Hearing. The Girls' League Boards play an im- portant role in school activities. Any girl who has a good citizenship record and satisfies scholarship requirements is eli- gible for membership on these boards. The two Hostess Boards serve at par- ties and faculty teas: but their favorite job is serving at the semi-annual Letter- man's Banquet. EXECUTIVE BOARDS Spring: jackie Phillips, janet Martin, Pat Chambers, Miss Darsie, Hope Sterling, Pat Hewson. Fall: Mary Beveridge, Doris Kaiser, Miss Darsie, janet Palmer, Galey Stone. aceague The Senior Hostess Board, chosen from upper grade girls, was led in the fall by Wanda Werntz and in the spring by Lor- rie Oakes. Lower grade girls are chosen for the junior Hostess Board, which was headed in the fall by Lorrie Oakes, and in the spring by both Ann Thomas and Diane Dixon, A fine record has been set by the Friendship Boards which welcome new girls to University, send notes to the sick, and sponsor the semi-annual Hello Day Dance. These two boards are also chosen according to grade level. The Chairman of the Senior Friendship Board for the fall semester was Pat Hewson, and janet Martin was the junior Board Chairman. Sheila Higgins and janet Anderson were spring chairmen. The Publicity Board reports to all the school what the C-irls' League is accom- plishing, lt was headed by Carlotta jelm in the fall, and Margaret Heyler in the spring. The Suitable Dress Board shows the latest styles weekly in 'the display case, and presents a fashion show each semes- ter. They try to build up standards of good taste in dress and it is largely due to their influence that the girls at Uni- versity have a reputation for dressing suitably on all occasions. Barbara Ted- ford and Mary Beveridge were fall and spring chairmen, respectively. The Design and Decoration Board, headed by Mary Eldredge and Pat Rucker as fall and spring chairmen, takes respon- sibility for special decorations, such as the tags for the New C-irls' Party and the junior Red Cross Christmas, Easter, and menu cards. The Literature Board reads and re- ports on the latest books. This last se- mester it sponsored a boo-k drive which helped to replenish the destroyed libra- ries of the Philippines. The Board was headed in the fall by Pat Anderson, and in the spring by Clarice Kestenbaum. This year a new board, the Floral Board, took charge of flower arrange- ments for alloccasions. The fall chair- man was Rosalie Dweck, followed in the spring by Mary jo Staples. U The members of the Board of Hearing must be superior in the fields of scholar- ship, service, and citizenship. The work of this board is important but difficult. This year it has made a study of causes of dishonesty during tests and with the Boys, League Board of Hearing has made a fine effort to lead the school toward higher standards of honor. These activi- ties of the League are supplemented by those of the Tri-Y Clubs and the junior Red Cross groups. CABINET5 Fall, front row: Pat Chambers, Miss Darsie, Mary Beveridge, janet Palmer. Center: Harriet Warne, Wanda Wertz, Mary Eldridge, Lois Millington, jeanne Rogers. Rear: Cayley Stone, Pat Anderson, Mary Lou Kilsby, Lorrie Oakes, Carlotta jelm, janet Martin. Spring, front row: Clarice Kestenbaum, Mary Beveridge, Pat Chambers, janet Martin, Ann Thomas, Carol Leonard, Mary jo Staples. Center: Miss Darsie, Pat Hewson, Lorrie Oakes, Irene Kaplan, Diane Dixon, jackie Phillips, Hope Sterling, Lois Millington, joan Pomeroy. Rear: Margaret Heyles, Ruth Talburt, Sheila Higgens, Pat Rucker, janet Anderson. my , f.. --s was .gmac sf gsm-,fssv, -f ,s -,.,. , V, nf 7 ogg PRESIDENTS Bob Zukin, fall Mark Hurford, spring The active membership of Univer- sity's Boys' League includes all the boys in the school and its object is to improve the welfare of the boys of the student body. Meetings are held once a month in the Auditorium at which a speaker may furnish inspiration or a general problem relating to citizen- ship may be discussed. Occasionally the boys' assemblies are purely for enter- tainment, and an annual event is the motion picture of the World Series Games. This year an especially appre- ciated League Aud Call featured sev- eral members of the U,C.L.A. football team and their coach, who gave the athletes in the audience many useful pointers. The President of the Boys' League is active in planning projects for the semester and the Vice Presi- dent is responsible for all League as- sembliesg its Secretary-Treasurer for the usual records of an organization's business. All took an interested part this year in sponsoring a successful dance together with the Girls' League officers and the lunior Friendship Board. The Boys' Board of l-learing, an ad- junct of the League, numbers ten of the school's leaders. lts purpose is to establish standards for boy's activities and conduct in the school and to han- dle cases reported by student officers with appropriate measures to improve the boy's school citizenship. The members of this board include: Presi- dent of the Knights, President of the EXECUTIVE BOARDS Spring: Mark Hurford, Darrell jordan, Dick Hammond.. Fall: Mark Hurford, Bob Zuckin, Mr. Ramey, V jim Dunham. Hague Squires, Ranking officer of the RO. T.C., President of the l-li-Y Council, Commissioner of Athletics, Commis- sioner of Safety, Commissioner of Boys' Recreation, and the officers of the Boys' League, Measures the Board may take run from warning, advice and probation for definite periods to exclusion from student activities, lost privilege assignment and reference to the Boys' Vice Principal, sponsor of the Board. Cases are heard in an informal manner and the offense, viewed from a student's point of view, is settled to the satisfaction of all concerned. This year, our first one of travel to athletic events since the war, the Board of l-learing aided greatly in the mapping of routes, the organization of caravans leaving for the off-campus games, and the policing of the highways and traf- fic centers, thus assuring not only safe driving, but a speedy arrival., They were aided by the Knights and the Squires, senior and fl-lth grade service organizations, upon both of which the Board may call to aid in school welfare projects. An association such as the Boys' League fills a needed place in our school, where every boy, whether he be interested in sports, R.O.T.C,, the speech arts, journalism, floriculture, art and shop work or a dozen other things, can feel himself one with the rest of the fellows in a purely mascu- line organization. FALL BOYS' BOARD OF HEARING Bob Zukin, president: Mark Hurford, vice- president: lim Dunham, secretary: Pete Ben- son, boys' recreation: Walter Von Gremp, afhlefics: Frank Loy, safety: Tom Horton, Knights: Terry Simmons, Squires: Don Eastman. R.O.T.C.: Ralph Daniels, Hi-Y Council. ? 5:1 Saw iii 1 Trl ,- . :ill in ua i -if, ,L 1,51 tail - ii iii? 3 Ea. liz! 35? iii! Piii Riff Eira 5521 i SPRING BOYS' BOARD OF HEARING Mark Hurford, president: Darrel jordan, vice-president: Dick Hammond, secretary: Eddie Ramseyer, boys' recreation: Paul Thomas, athletics: Bill Bretthauer, Squires: Howard Pixley, safety: Ned Yan Cott, Knights: Charles Davis, R.O.T.C.: Ellsworth Clark, Hi-Y Council. i i l i i a i i z i i i i E i i i i P E i i i r 5, wwe, ,- ,f,1 L A v 1- , ' . f,-f -lf .gfb ' ' ,, .- ZEN: 'xl' 1 I 4 A: 1 .ff -1 .,-4, rf.,- aggbv N- 1 H 67769497 HW MT xr rib f TRI-Y COUNCIL This is a group of presidents and past council officers of each Try-Y. They plan service and social activities, and through team work vvith the l-li-Y Council make boy and girl club activi- ties vvorthvvhile. The Tri-Y are very active in Red Cross and are organized in international good fellowship under the Y.W.C.A. Fall Officers: President, Betty Surcamp: Vice- President, Lois Millington, Secretary, Louise Burrill: Sponsors, Mrs. Margaret jarvis, Miss Isabel Seminario. Spring Officers: President, Lois Millington: Vice-President, Mary Lou Kilsbyg Secretary, Gladys Chikasawa. BROADCASTERS Publicity and service is the aim of the Broadcasters. The group makes approximately 500 speeches a semes- ter, serving the student body by keep- ing it informed on all the drives, social events, entertainment and movements for campus betterment. Fall Officers: President, jack Wilkie, Vice- Presidents, Henry Sunderland, james Dunham, Secretaries, Austin Stephens, june Rowley: Treasurers, Stanley Adams and Bernard Butlerg Sponsor, Mrs. Ora johnson. HI-Y COUNCIL This group represents leaders of the Boys' League. The council includes a representative from each I-li-Y club. lt is their job to coordinate Hi-Y at- tairs and uphold the standards which have been set up by the international l-li-Y sponsored by the Y.lVl.C.A. Fall Officers: President, Ralph Daniels: Vice- President, Ellsworth Clark, Secretary, Mark Hurfordg Treasurer, Dick Kramer, Service Chairman, Bob Zuking Publicity, Dick Ham- mond: Athletics, Terry Simmons: Sponsor, Mr. Arthur Ramey. Spring Officers: President, Ellsworth Clark: Vice-President, Darrell jordan, Secretary, jim Harris: Treasurer, Hank Waltzg Service Chair- man, jim Mackenzie: Publicity, Terry Sim- monsg Athletics, Dick Bravo. and SQUIRES The activities ot the Squires are those ot service to the school, to keep the halls clear during noon periods, promote good conduct on campus, usher at athletic events and take care ot the lost and tound. They are chosen through leadership, scholarship, citi' zenship and service. Fall Officers: President, Terry Simmonsg Vice President, Ellsworth Clark: Secretary, Mark Hurfordg Treasurer, lack Watson: Sponsors, Mr. Melzar Lindsey, Mr. Marshall Crawshaw. MAWANDAS Active girl leaders of the student ,body banded together tor understand- ing, service and united leadership. Fall Officers: President, Cayley Stone: Vice- President, Margaret Holland: Secretary, Barbara Bond: Treasurer, lane Erickseng Parliamentari- an, leanne Rodgers: Sponsor, Mrs. Genevieve Harrison. LOS UNIDOS Los Unidos is an active club whose meetings are held at the West Los Angeles Playground every Friday. Be- sides business meetings, the members participate in dancing, picnics, and sports and give a helping hand during various school drives. Fall Officers: President, Phil Sarabiag Vice- President, Carmen Olmasg Secretary, Maria Castillo: Treasurer, jenny Rivera: Sponsor, Mrs. Louise de Vegara. 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MELEDONIANS ' The purposes of the Meledonian Society are to encourage and reward scholarship, to maintain high stand- ards of achievement, to serve the school through scholarship according to the motto "Scholarship tor Service." Fall Officers: Commissioner of Scholarship, lack Kabateckg Boys Vice-President, Marvin Osburn: Girls Vice-President, Sheila Higgins, Secretary, Elizabeth Eplingg Treasurer, Barbara Aronsong Sponsors, Miss Frances Tubbs, Mr. Thomas Henley. CHRISTIAN WARRIORS Regular meetings 4th and 5th period are for Bible study and the aim of the club is to promote tolerance. Fall Officers: Presidents, Don Landon, Don Vatcher: Vice-Presidents, Catherine Conklin, Barbara Stoner, Secretary-treasurers, Dolly Douglas, Betty Mae Iamisong Sponsor, Miss I Betty Stevens.. STAGE CREW The boys and girls "behind the scenes", that's the stage crew. They manage the stage, submit ideas for sets, and give a world of time and serv- ice to help keep up the old adage "the play must go onf' Two of the mem- bers ot the stage crew, l-larolcl Ramser and loan Tyson designed the set for the spring senior play, "The Fighting Lit- tles". Fall Officers: Electrical Maintenance, Tom Horning, Stage Manager, Brad Cohn: Public Address System, Vinny Crannellg Fly Manager, Ray Savage: Electrical Manager, Bill Blythe: Make-up Director, Lois Rigging Sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy Felton. lana PUBLICITY CLUB The purpose of this artistically in- clined fellowship is to make posters for school and community events and to enter local and national competitions. During the tall semester, Guy Proniers' Victory Chest poster received an hon- orable mention at the Biltmore Bowl. Commissioner of Publicity is automa- tically president ot this active organi- zation. Fall Officers: President, Georgette Kelso: Vice- president, Bob Thompson: Secretary, Marma lean Elgin: Sponsor, Mrs. Evangeline Heisig. WORLD FRIENDSHIP Members of the World Friendship Club are members ot a city-wide or- ganization tor the promotion of inter- national good will. Fall Officers: President, David Horowitz: Vice President, Ronald Denitz: Secretary, Pat Ruck- er: Treasurer, Nancy Stine: Sponsor, Miss Katherine Wallace. KNIGHTS These senior boys stand for leader- ship, citizenship and service. lts mem- bers are responsible tor student con- duct at assemblies and in the cafeteria. Their gray sweaters with orange emblems are seen at evening events and athletic competitions where they serve as ushers. Fall Officers: President, Tom Horton: Vice President, Bob Thompson: Secretary, Rodney Hatch: Treasurer, Bill Sawyers: Sponsor, Mr. George lackson. arrior YELL LEADERS Fall: Wayne Graves, Pete Benson, Mark Hurford Spring: Eddie Ramseyer, Varro Smith, Iohnny Irwin CITIZENSHIP RECOGNITION This committee tests llth grade social studies students to check their knowledge of the rights and privileges of American citizenship. Upon earning points for many worthwhile activities, the students receive certificates of citizenship. The program which hon- ors their achievement is both educa- tional and inspirational. Fall Officers: President, Donna Turner, Vice- President, lim Harris: Secretary, Stan Adams. Spring Officers: President, lean Le Marinelg Vice-President, Norman De Garmo: Secretary, Bob Hammondg Sponsor, Miss Lucile Foulger. CHRISTIAN WARRIORS Spring Officers: Presidents, Merrill Donoho and lone Cuytong Girls' Vice-Presidents, Doro- thy Moynier, Maria Pellicang Boys' Vice-Presi- dents, Laurel Briscoe, Don Vatcher: Piano, Dorothy Moynier, lan Chaversg Sponsor, Miss Betty Stevens. fuba FLORAL STUDY CLUB The purpose of this new organiza- tion is to help make the campus more colorful by flower growing and other gardening activity. The members plan a spring flower show and assembly which they hope will become an an- nual affair., Officers: President, Mary lo Staples, Vice Pres- ident, Doris Oblisk: Secretary-treasurer, janet Dennisg Social Chairman, Barbara Garrettg Pub- licity Chairman, Norma Adkins: Sponsors. M'r. Leroy Chitwoocl, Miss lsabel Seminario. s SAFETY COUNCIL The activities of this group are auto registration, auto patrol, fire drills, planning routes to inter school sports events and making a safety check of the campus. The Commissioner of Safety is automatically president of the council. Fall Officers: President, Frank Loy: Auto regis- tration, Howard Pixley: Auto patrol, Mickey Lavellg Fire drills, lack Moore: Safety check, Ralph Weinsg Sponsor, Mr. Marshall Crawshaw. Spring Officers: President, Howard Pixleyg Auto registration, lack Cunningham, Auto patrol, Roger Peterson: Fire drills, David Lindopg Pub- licity, lack Miller. STAGE CREW Spring Officers: Stage Manager, Tom Horningg Electrical Managers, Dudley Carlton and lim Morris: Public Address System, Vinny Gran- nellg Fly Manager, Ray Savage, Mlake-up Di- rector, Virginia Reed: Sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy Felton. Ofe MAWANDAS Spring Officers: President, Ieanne Rogers: Vice-President, janet Palmer: Secretary, Ioan Fenton: Treasurer, Clarice Kestenbaum: Par- liamentarian, Louise Kosches: Sponsor, Mrs. Genevieve Harrison. KNIGHTS Spring Officers: President, Ned Van Cott: Vice-President, George Leventisg Treasurer, Bill Sawyersg Sponsor, Mr. lennings Ferguson. 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V V1-Rig ' V V. - .V - V ' V-'-li:-af-'V-' .V - -sf '- V.VV .V "'- -"-GH-22:1-5,11 :ij fr"-,E'j.1 .jfgfz ', " "' ug fi,"-V. 315f'?3iVj3fQE5jf5 ' j'fV-I , j2'f.V'.-SF ' ' ' .. ,V ' rtzl -it' V ff3'TY,- ' '-4511 5, 9153- --9 ' iv - P'ag,:1g-Lf-fV.:'::ssVf VJ, , W'-X-li-i2'5E?lifiH-fi'-i6'5-T 61 CREDITS Cole-Holmquist Press, Los Angeles Artland-Kisseloff Studios, Westwood Mr. Alfred Cole, Representative Mr. Artland, Photographer Superior Engraving Co., Hollywood Weber-McCrea Co., Los Angeles Mr. Victor Demaniel, Representative Covers 62 fi CZ M po L4 The reply to the question, who are the men be- hind the boys, behind the victories or defeats, whichever the case may be, is simple, but neverthe- less important. The answer, coaches, has a very significant meaning here at University l-ligh where the Warrior student body has been granted four of the city's best mentors in the physical education profession. The man who initiates sports in the fall semester is Tom R. Wilcox, who does so by teaching the po- tential football players what to do, with or without the pigskin. l-le has had his teepee pitched on the Reservation since l936, and during these years has established a record of merit. The i942 squad, which he considers to be the greatest ever to be under his supervision, tied for the Western League championship, while placing two men on the All- City eleven. Mentor Wilcox gained his football knowledge at U.C.L.A. as a fleetfooted quarterback and eventually earned the nickname of "Rabbit," Coach Albert j. Marvin, who divides his time be- tween the basketballers in the latter half of the fall term and the horsehiders who participate in league competition in the last part of the spring semester, has turned out some very fine teams and is the only one of Uni's big three who coaches two varsity sports. Mr. Marvin's prize hoopster five was the i944-45 quintet, which won the Western League title with eleven wins and one loss, while placing jack Stone, considered University's greatest natural athlete, on the first string All-City squad. Under the leadership of Mr. Marvin, Uni's base- ball nines have a higher average over a period of years than any other Western League school. The i937 team, by winning eleven and losing one, rates as the all-time great. When a track team comes through one season undefeated in a dual meet, itis quite a tribute to the coach. l-lowever when it happens for five con- secutive years, as has been done at University, it proves that the school has not only been blessed with material, but with valuable and sound coach- ing. Such is the case, here at Uni, of james L. Pur- sell, who holds this admirable record, plus the honor of winning the All-City championship in l944. This track and field juggernaut of i944 was a crowning success to a fine season. Besides breaking jefferson l-ligh's monopoly of winning seven straight championships, it gave Mentor Pursell a feeling of pride for having coached a fine athletic aggregation, composed of the best cindermen in the city, and furpishing the highlight of his career here at Uni, so ar. For University's teacher of variety, Coach joe Hesslein is second to none. From teaching science in a laboratory he goes to the athletic field and coaches the lndian's numerous midget teams. Start- ing with bee football in the fall, and continuing with cee and dee basketball in the winter, he winds up the spring semester as head of the junior diamondmen, thus giving himself a dose of every sport, with the exception of track. Mr. l-lesslein's highnote in his athletic coaching career, so far, took place in the recent football campaign. His bee pig- skinners won the Western League championship by defeating six out of six opponents and only had their goal line crossed once. As a whole, or individually, Uni's coaching staff is tops, and the student body sincerely hopes that coaches Tom Wilcox, jerry Marvin, james Pursell, and joe Hesslein will continue to make their camp on the Reservation. Triflosx 32 ,V,A - W 3 1 ,Q f 495 9 X 1 ge: g 2' 4.1, 1 L x ff it 'V , AN 'K f Z K 1 ry 'V' 1 , W 9 3 u,., ,th , Q 5 . i , e . f fa, , f ' -ef , yew' -- " -wnyfff ' I bk.. .354 JW' I Y Q 2- 3' T .sb Y X .,,AA gsm 'ijt is W E9 W fa , X 1' W' 4 HZ" 'Q f 'HW VARSITY Hunter Crittenden, center Russell Childs, right tackle Darrell lordan left guard if X A ', Don Laiurence, left halfback f 'V M' . l'l" Q gk ? '-eg MN1 3, , , Q lames Bottoms, left tackle Herbert Millington, right halfback Bob Thompson, fullback V ' V Ray Biendorf, quarterback "" ' . f f - .1 -A .. '-lf' V I fwflsiff,1w:"'iHf':.-I -.1.-N-5311:-S , 'f ., f' , ' s .. ,QV " , new ' " 4 'pf'f9 'fbi .- ly, 33 P-X SJW if- Y 5, .. M . , -.VV lf .1 -41.1 f, 4 g. .,--lv gy if ' 'faq' tif V - . -, ,if4lif,a,Qf'efQEi4fa4b,f'i2flE4?,V, V'Q f--f " ' , f A 1 if " V., 0 4 ' , -,Ng vfgqzff if ,Q 4 f9,fiI,gif" 5 .s N - Y ,, ' S ' K, ' ,q23.'j - .4.-'f:gyS?"',- -Q-A-'wfzgz , Q .W f . S .Ir if Q ww H ff' f .fi f ' 1 ,.. ., -' J .7 '4 '- .,...f2ffftt g ,p,7q s 'fff5 , . , N as . ' , Q 'V px . W HQ 'B : ' , f ,ifjn .ff i 5 V . ,, In f I , ff - t 5, V ,gega 1- ' ,f V, an y ' V f V ,VglI .,r.. f.1x ii john Stone, right end wsff' ghffvw- f f . . V - 1 V v 07: ,-,-- . . 6 ' f I , lim Mackenzie, left end 4, ' , . ,rf ' sw V - f' 2, f '- .f-fn ',,,3idf-',j1s:" . T f W f f ffm... Elsworth Clark, right guard With the start of the i945 football season, Coach Tom Wilcox looked ahead with no great ex- pectation for a really successful eleven. With only Don Lawrence in the backfield, and lim McKenzie on the wing spot as returning lettermen, certainly no one expected Uni Hi to compare with some of the power teams like Venice, Dorsey, and big Los Angeles, who were championship minded, and had a wealth of returning gridiron vets for a nucleus on which to pin their hopes for that championship team. Opening with our first game against Hamil- ton, who was little better off than were we in the manpower situation, we brought home a tie of 6-6, of which no one could be extremely proud. ln the second game, our inexperience and blunders again showed in the score of 26-O, Dorsey's favor. Dorsey marched on to take the league championship, roll- ing over all apponents by substantial scores. The third game, with Los Angeles, fielded a much wiser and experienced University team which really gave the Romans a ball club to defeat, and though the final gun showed a score of 32-7, we all real- ized that the game was far closer than the score showed. ln the fourth game of the season against Hollywood, we at last broke the jinx, and came out on the better side of a score of i9-O, playing an in- spired game until the end. The following week, in the contest with Venice, a climax was reached when,- sparked by long runs by Thompson and Lawrence, the Warriors knocked the championship bound Condoliers off their then lofty perch to the ''sweet-to-Uni-earsi'-tune of ZO-l3. The final game against the comparitively weak Fairfax Colonials proved somewhat of a letdown, although we did come from behind to defeat them by a score of 64 i2-6, bringing us to second place in the Western League. Much of the credit goes to the ever popular Coach Tom Wilcox, head man around the gridiron, with his very able and popular assistant, track Coach lim Pursell. Credit was given by the coach- ing staff to the team for improving more rapidly than any team in Uni Hi history. A big hand should be given to the coaches for their hard work and pa- tience, to the boys on the team for their spirit and fight, and to the boys who didn't quite make the team this year but were out there plugging and gaining experience, and who will be there playing a typical Uni Hi fighting brand of ball in the coming seasons. Some of the boys comprising the team must not be left unmentioned. The height of lim McKenzie and the speed of johnny Stone gave us two good ends, while the crushing power of Russ Childs, which should make him a next year's stalwart, and the charging of Buddy Bottoms gave those boys the tackle berths. Don Richardson and Darrell lor- dan's power held many an opposing team to a loss on their plays over guard, and should also ma-ke them a couple of boys to watch next year. ln Hunter Crittenden we witnessed one of the most vicious tacklers and best line backers in the league. We found in Ray Beindorf, a good passer and team general, with Bob 'Moan' Thompson behind him crashing through the line from the fullback spot, and last but not least, Herb Millington in one half- back slot, with speedy Don Lawrence, who was the leading scorer, in the other. Don climaxed three successful years by his all around good playing, and exceptionally good running. gridiron rcwea The University Bees this year rolled on to take the League title, playing a fighting brand of ball all year. Defeating Hamilton by a score of l2-O in the first game, and Dorsey by l3-O in the sec- ond, made the student body take notice. Every- one was extremely gleeful around Unihi when big Los Angeles was beaten by a score of 26-O. Again on the winning side the following week, they defeated Hollywood to the tune of 32-O. The Gondoliers from Venice were the first team to score on the Bees, and that only on the low end of a l3-6 score. The .final game with Fairfax only gave them 6-O over the Colonials, but clinched the title. We owe our appreciation to the boys and Coach joe Hesslein for their hard work in giving us a championship Bee squad. Without the glory of the varsity they have earned the title, "University's greatest varsity potential." Varsity football squad. Below: Bee squad. - was .ft . ea , 4 if-was .fungi-Q-Q-Y-mas.-mmv.m.xfNf 'fm Lnwws :mmm-ummm -Mmquuma m1 x -1 Q - Unlike the l944-45 championship cage team, which is considered to be the greatest collection of hoopsters ever to play on University's hardwood, the i945-46 basketball squad ended the campaign one step away from the bottom of the ladder by out- basketing opponents to win three games, while not scoring enough counters to drop nine contests. The season really wasn't as bad as the results in the win and lost column lead one to believe. An average of eight and two-thirds points was the dif- ference between winning and losing the nine tilts lost, which doesn't amount to much in a basketball game. The bright side of the twelve contest schedule consists of the Warriors three victories, two of which were over Hamilton and the other Holly- wood, who was downed by the Tribe in the last meeting of the year. The Yankees from Hamilton, who held down the cellar position when the league ended, were first topped by the locals on December 7 by a score of 27-l9. This game, in which Rodney Hatch was high point man, closed his basketball career here at Uni. Shortly after the contest he en- tered the navy and will be remembered for being a member of the l944-45 championship squad. ln the second tilt against Hamilton, the Indians came out on the long end of a 39-l 8 score and dom- inated the game completely from start to finish. High basket maker of the contest, as well as for the season, was Alan Daly with ten counters. Dalys average per game for league competition was 6.8 and was followed closely by Ned Van COTT whose season average was 5.4. The third and final victory of the year was won over Hollywood. With a sudden and surprising burst VARSITY Alan Daly, center Ned Van Cott, forward Terry Simmons, forward Don Stewart, guard Tom Horton, guard David Bixler, forward of strength the Tribe downed a tough Shiek five by a score of 40-37, thus concluding the bright side of the campaign: the three victories. The winless streak of the season started with the first game against Venice. ln an overtime tilt the Warrior cagemen lost by three counters, 33-36. Trying, but failing to begin the second round of contests with a victory, the Gondoliers again swat- ted the indians. This time 39-26. The soon to be co-champions, the Colonials, from Fairfax took the Reservationists into camp in their prime meeting 38-24, but were played on even terms until the last few minutes in the second game, when the Coloni- als went on to win 47-39. L.A. became the only school in the Western League to beat University three games in the last two years. They were the only team to stop the championship '44-45 squad and dropped the '45-46 quintet twice, 4l-27 and 34-27. Dorsey, in an overtime tilt nosed out a 42-38 win and in the second round again made four mark- ers decide the winning margin by squeezing past the Warriors 40-36, thus making eight points the dif- ference between victory and defeat in two contests. The first meeting with Hollywood resulted in a 33- 32 win for the Shieks. By winning ten out of twelve contsets, the happy opposite of their big brothers the Warrior Bee team won the Western League Bee basketball championship for l945-46. Sparked by the sensa- tional shooting of Eddie Head, who scored lO7 points during the season, the Tribe defeated all op- position except Hamilton and Dorsey, to whom they lost once each. Battling with Hamilton up to the last game, the arw oopaiera Warriors went into the Hollywood contest with a spirit and determination that surpassed all pre- vious encounters and became champs by coming out victorious, 27-22. After disposing twice of Venice 22-l6 and 27-2l, Fairfax 3O-l2 and 34- l6, and LA. 2l -l 3 and 22-l6, the Tribe met one of the toughest squads in the league, Hamilton. The Reservationists won the first encounter l6- l5, but dropped the second lO-l8. Dorsey set back the Indians 29-23 in their first meeting, but settled for a split in the two game series by losing to a strong Warrior attack 33-15. The Varsity basketball squad. Tribe smashed Hollywood 39-2l in their first tilt. This year Uni had a Cee and Dee team con- sisting mostly of tenth graders. By completing a mediocre season a Cee team is assured of being established, come next basketball campaign. With most of the players having two more years of basketball left, playing on the Cee and Dee squad should prove a valuable asset to them when they make their move up to the Bee and Varsity teams. Besides helping them get their shooting eye it should teach them the important factor of coolness. Below: Bee squad Y f'-'f.a 1l1i, 71-11.4 nn, .u 40.2. 1 1 f 11 11 Nw AWA wmqf-W, .ww i ff f f M sw 4 X , , f .- Q f ff , . ff Efff if Q X Sf! 'Z X Z5 1146, 4 S My , Mug - X7 ,wg if , 4 f iiwas 4 V 1 f X W9 X W, tl Q f X WW W W fy' ,KM 2 f W f X f 1 "4 ,AA X " ' f 'fi M' W' Y V :ff -s vw .1 . e- N 7' W pf . V., ,f 1,5 zz 2 Q Q f . ' If :f,, X ' aff' U, ,if ,fc-22,.:.? 'f?fc .. I. A fy- ,aw . f , .,,, S, 0, ,wxy , g, , f f W 1 , 3 f f X X Q W kt f - fs :M 1.1 K .v. Ni 1 ,, , t . . VARSITY Floyd jones, left field Merv Adelson, catcher Glenn Roberts, first base ' . V , li - X l ' f Frank janda, short stop Q Z ' i 1 f 1 , Y . f , . if f 1 X f-if .- X' f' 'ZSYQJ1 51. A f P, ' , - . ffm SW ' jack Carr, pitcher . . , Bob Zeider, catcher , George Deguchi, third base u ' f ohn Nitta, center field 1 - ' 'Z 2. l ff. W ' "" f 4 ,tw Mx f . H ., fi,fiifQ ff W2 , ' ,- f ' C Y , Q ' Eddie Ontiveros, pitcher ' ' , Sherwin Schwartz, pitcher Damon Felts, right field 4 r , .lui ss. When this article went to press, no results on the l946 league games had yet appeared, as the official season had not yet started, The prospects of a successful season looked good, however, as seven practice games had been played. Of these, the Varsity horsehiders lost two, one to Manual Arts and one to Fremont, tied Santa Monica and Venice, and defeated St. Monica, Torrence, and Bell. At these games most of the team showed a fair amount of sparkle for so early in the season. Coach jerry Marvin is definitely under a handicap with his varsity ball players, as is j.V. coach, joe l-lesslein. For some reason or other, baseball has had to take a back seat to track, football, and bas- ketball here at Uni as far as student body support is concerned, and many potential horsehiders go lout for track because of this. Despite this, Coach Marvin's varsity may well turn out a championship league team, and even take the Dorsey Tournaments at the end of the season, as there are many fellows on the team who show exceptional ability. ln the catcher's position we see one of the bright spots of the nine in Merv Adelson, who does a good job in his position and is improving his hitting with every game. On the pitcher's mound are Eddie Ontiveros, Bill Dudley, Douglas Schumway, Tom Canady, and George Kenerick. These boys look good, and while they don't quite attain the polish or have the experience that Chic Stewart or Sher- win Schwartz of last year had, we may expect them to more than hold their own. Sherwin Schwartz, due to an injury received early in the season, has been unable to pitch so far, but may return later. Don Stewart, second base ln the infield we find big Glenn Roberts on first base, up from j.V., playing a good game and shoot- ing up his batting average. Much can be expected of Don Stewart on the keystone sack in the hitting as well as fielding department, as his average is al- ready over .400. Newcomer George Deguchi is do- ing a good job on third, and in Frank janda we have an excellent shortstop. The outfield roster, includes Floyd jones, another good hitter, john Nitta, Damon "Bud" Felts, and Zig Zeider, a fine catcher as well as fielder. jack Carr in infield and Roger Karen- broc-k in outfield provide the team with two fine utility men. We find that the outlook on the junior Varsity is also pleasant, with pre-season practice games giving them four victories under their belts. The squad consists of two good catchers, l-larold Ball and jack l-lall, while there are four boys dividing the pitching chores among themselves, Doug Hue- gins, Ronald Cabibi, "Tak" Takeuchi, and Tom Overton, all of whom should provide good material for varsity teams in the future. On first base is David Blanchard, while jack Watson and Ronald Clark, who is already a j.V. monogram wearer, trade off at second. Kiochi Tomakawa plays the shortstop position, and jerry Adams handles third. ln the outfield Wayne West, Bill Otis, Segi Saito, jerry Marvin, and Art Stumpus are battling it out for first string berths. The j.V. squad is rounded off by Brian Cochran, Ronny Garver, David Erskine, and Ronald Molrine show- ing up well as utility men. . ' iamoncf .15 mana Coach l-lesslein's most outstanding players are first baseman Dave Blanchard, shortstop Kiochi Tomakawa, outfielder Segi Saito, and third baseman jerry Adams. The one weak spot is pitching, and the quartet on the hurling staff is just too inexperi- enced to be top material. lt's possible, of course, that they will show a great amount of improve- ment by the end of an as yet unstarted and unpre- dictable season. All in all the Varsity baseball team shows great improvement over last year's squad. Coach Mar- vin deserves a lot of credit, as does his team, who are always in there plugging, and while their sup- port by the Warriors is limited, they make just as great an effort to bring glory and honor to athletics here at school, and to carry on the "Great American Came" at University. Varsity baseball squad. Below: Bee squad. fi? Iflli' Triple threat in the low hurdles: Fred Hawkins, Bill Blythe, Bruce Greenland. Besides completing their fifth year as an unde- feated dual meet aggregation, the University Var- sity track and field juggernaut has annexed five consecutive Western League final meets, and at press time, it's not known whether the l946 War- riors have kept their final league championship title intact or not. The Tribe's record of twenty-six straight dual victories is a great credit to University, to the teams themselves, and to coaches lim Pur- sell and Tom Wilcox. The varsity point makers consist mainly of the five returning lettermen, Don Lawrence, Western League l00 and 220 champ, Dick Kramer, who fol- lows closely on the former's heels, john Amos and Peter Escobar, quarter mile spotlight holders, and Fred Hawkins, who chops over the high and low barriers. A host of Bee monogram winners including Bill Bretthauer, who ran the 880 after grabbing second place in the Western League and City 660 finals last year, Mark Hurford, another half miler, who as a Bee took fourth place in the city l320g the mile twosome of jack Miller and Tom Kendall, who both earned letters as l320 men: Dick Crumley, who sprinted to a fifth in the 220 city finals and changed to the 440 this seasong Bruce Greenland, who performed over the hurdles and broadjumped just as he did when he was a Bee, Bob Van Dyke, who switched from a Bee l320 man to a varsity pole vaulterg and Terry Simmons, who high jumped 5'l l" as a Bee and in the first meet of the 46 cam- paign at Hamilton tied the school record of 6'2". Third are the varsity holdovers of last season such as lim Liebenguth, first man in this year's shot put, Ellsworth Clark, ace broad-jumperg Robert Thomp- son, sprinter and quarter milerg and Bill Biggs, 880 man and miler. Last but not least are the newcomers, Corky Wil- liams, a transferred man from Hamilton and able pole vaulterg and Bob Schmid, sprinter and 440 l'l'lal'l. With a marvelous four season undefeated dual meet record behind them, the '46 spikesters in- creased their winning streak one year by coming through the campaign with the scalps of all oppon- ents including those of the two toughest meets of the whole five year period. The first close fray came in the second clash of the season against LA., after the Warriors had tak- en Hamilton into camp 76V2-27V2. Resulting in a 55-49 victory for the Tribe, the Roman meet be- came the closest contest since l94l. Since the final outcome was not decided until after the relay, the meet provided suspense, as well as excitement. VNfl'll'I l'l"l2 -l-I'llDQ leading 50-49, The Xfxfarrigg-'S smooth passing baton octet went to work and left the Romans in the dust and by so doing sewed up the meet. Doing their utmost to continue the five year dual meet reign they held over the Western league, the University thinclads, in the season's second tight- est tussel, battled Dorsey literally point for point before nosing out a 56V2-Ll-6lf2 victory, Bill Blythe's second in the 2205 and Robert Thompson's tie for second in the 4403 combined with a heart-stopping relay win played important factors in the thrilling and record keeping victory. gfying Clincfermen The hot and cold Bee tracksters, up to press time, have walloped LA. 52-43 and Dorsey 50- 45, while dropping contests to Hamilton 43 ZX3- 5l l!3 and Hollywood 47 ZX3-47 l!3. lack Dean, high and low hurdlerg Dick Wray, 660 man, Don Hangen, smooth striding l320 win- nerg Ed Head, high barrier stepper and high jumper, Stan Crist and Bob Kramer, both dash men and broadjumpersg Rudy Castaneda, soaring pole vaulterg Willis Chambers and Gene Hudson, sprinters, were the main point makers for the bees. For the first time since before the war Uni has a Cee team for track. Dick Reynolds, lack Evans, Rudy Schad, and Wallace Foutz are the main point-minded midgets on the squad, that up to press time has disposed of Hamilton 54-l3 and Hollywood 40-37, while tasting defeat at the hands of l..A. 47V2-ZQV2 and Dorsey 49 l!3- 27 ZX3. Ku Varsity track squad. Below: Bee and Cee squads. 2 me 'Kwai W l 4 Qi LR-Sf ,Smit idk, port! in Lawrence attempts conversion against Ham- ' ilton Yankees. r Warrior line stops Hamilton plunge, "Skin" skims through. a4ciion Ed Askey takes the'tip for Uni's Cee cagemen vs. Hamilton. Dee basketball squad. Cee basketball squad. W! 'WW s f L-, 7 , hw fvf iff 'ff fb, . ff W 1 port in Clark leaps for title. Fox, Daley and landa in a tense moment of the Hollywood ganje. Adams tags Tomokawa out on third in practice session. 0 a4cfwn Over the bar with Phil Dennis at the L. A. i X 'S Mm- , 5' N IS fi. e e ' K t i i as f ss es ,sg fr " X X is Q , , .QQ f is A is if is w 5? 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The girls' athletic field is the scene of many a battle between two teams playing speedball, baseball, volleyball, basketball or hockey. The calendar of the GAA. includes a variety of activities to satisfy the warrior maidens enthusiasm for fun. Playdays, banquets, and tournaments lend interest to the regular activities of the girls. The first post-war playday in the Los Angeles city schools was held on our home field with the Uni girls playing hostess to the C.A.A.'s of Dorsey, l-lamil- ton, and North l-lollywood High Schools. A gay "Saludas Amigasm theme was cleverly carried out in decoration and en- tertainment. Our girls emerged victori- ous in many of the contests held between the schools. During the spring semester, the warrior maids were guests of the Dorsey Dons. Sixty-five girls, who were chosen to represent Uni, expressed great enthusiasm over the games and the hos- pitality extended them at our neighbor- ing school. Mrs. Cray's lnn was the scene of the mid-term banquet, lt was held with a colorful theme based on comic strips. The officers came dressed as characters from the comic strips and place cards were cleverly made of cartoons. At this time the new officers for the spring se- mester were installed. The officers of 'the fall semester were: President, leanne Rogers, vice-president, Gwen Lewis, sec- retary, Wanda Case, treasurer, Elizabeth Epling, l2th grade representative, Cay- ley Stone, llth grade representative, l-lelen joy, lOth grade representative, Margaret Evans, yell leaders, Barbara Campbell and Evelyn Edmonds. The highlight of the evening was the award- ing of the letters. Sixty-two letters were awarded, with three star letters received by Margaret l-lolland, Cayley Stone, Bar- bara Blick, and Betty Chapman. The theme of the spring banquet was a folk festival where everyone wore a gay aicfa G.A.A. Right, from the top: Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth grades, spring semester. festival hat. The letters were presented with the highest honor, a three star let- ter, going to nine girls who qualified for them: Barbara Campbell, Stephanie George, Evelyn Edmon'ds, Mary Beveridge, Pat Chambers, Lois Millington, Jeanne Rogers, Marjorie Sampson. The gay folk Festival banquet was pre- sided over by the spring GAA. president, Wanda Case. She was assisted by her cabinet: vice-president, Elizabeth Epling, secretary, joan Fenton, treasurer, Suzanne Lazier, l2th grade representative, jackie Banning, l lth grade representative, Vera Sherriffs, lOth grade representative, Cay Thomas, and the yell leaders, Margaret Evans and june Rowley. The C.A.A. is arranged in three groups. The l2th, llth, and lOth grades, with a sponsor for each group. Mrs. Blanchard sponsored the lZth grade, Miss Seminario sponsored the fall llth grade and Miss Martin sponsored the spring llth grade and Miss Love the lOth grade. Mrs. Blanchard acted as sponsor for the C.A.A. as a whole. Tournaments were played between the teams of each grade and be- tween the grades. The C.A.A. had several parties during the year called spreads. Each grade was responsible for one and the lOth grade initiated this series of festivities by ar- ranging a very clever Easter party. The gym was decorated with gay little ani- mals appropriate for the Easter season. The younger warrior maids prepared sev- eral games for this affair, the main one, a pie eating contest, in which Barbara Hamilton came through with flying colors and won the prize. The l2th grade gave a wonderful May Day party which, with spring and spirits at full tide, turned out to be a great success. The closing spread of the year was the traditional llth grade farewell to the graduating seniors in june, an event tinged with sadness but hilarious for all that. 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MM Mm 4 f 41 X L X Xf X wi? .QA Xv wx x- :Ai .. 21 X A A lfgzixgg .gy f , H NA X Xi' -wg A X My N, XX .x ,AJP , - ii ' 4 In 'E K-iv ' 'v - fuzzng.-. -.f-- The University High R.0.T.C. Battalion sets a proud name for Unihi as an honor school and as one of the largest battalions in the Los Angeles city school district. The mission of the R.O.T.C. is to qualify the student as a leader in peace or in war, to help prepare him to discharge his duties as a citizen and to awaken in him an appreciation of the obligations of citizenship. The Corps strives both for excellence in field exercises, which include drill, manual of arms and physical training, and to develop leadership ability in the cadets through experi- ence in command and in taking orders. The goal of those, commanding the cadets is to set an example by intelli- gent leadership, neatness in appearance, willingness to cooperate and the ability to think with speed and accu- racy. All R.O.T.C. cadets work to this end and incident- ally for a high rating in the spring federal inspection in june. The group has had great success under the leader- ship of Major Tracy L. English and Sgt. Robert E. joslin, instructors of the unit for two semesters. Competing in many activities during the year, Uni's main event fall semester was the competition for the Blue Devils Trophy. This consisted of several activities, owa, a4rrow4 an uma awka drill competition on our own Cavanaugh field for the best squad, platoon, company and band, and the rifle match, which was held at U.C.L.A. Members of the rifle team were Robert Thompson, Allan Niems, Thomas Bess, Con- rad Aughinbaugh and Patrick Riley. A -drill down or, military speaking, a manual in arms, a contest in which one private and one non-commissioned officer from each los Angeles city school competed, had Uni's Cadet Sfsgt. Robert Brown and Cadet Pvt. lack Neil as our rep- resentatives at the Royal Palms Hotel. Further competi- tions this year were a company drill for the British United Service Club Trophy, the Ninth Service Command Rifle Match, and an Honor School Inspection. The R.O.T.C. ,is proud of its drill team which is grow- ing each year. The team competes in many special shows and exhibitions. Fall semester, Capt. Charles Davis head- ed the team and this spring, Capt.,Ralph Peterson had charge. This semester the drill team and the band visited Emerson junior High School to recruit new boys coming to University High next year for the R.O.T.C. The Sabre and Chevron Club, cadet officers organiza- tion, has an active membership of all staff sergeants and ranks above. Their duties include ushering at football games and track events, arranging the annual inspection and sponsoring the Military Ball. This formal event is a highlight of each semester. Honorary Lt. Colonel for the spring event is joyce Denney andthe A and B Company mascots will be announced at the ball. The officers of Sabre and Chevron include: Charles Davis, President, Thomas Bess, Vice President, Ralph Peterson, Secretary and Gerard Waller, Treasurer. Now at the war's end, military equipment is being re- leased and the R.O.T.C. fellows boast of new machine guns, mortars, grenades and automatic rifles. New films -are being used in training to teach the basic organization of the infantry and the customs of the service, as well as numerous technical matters. The war, which brought an increased R.O.T.C. enrollment is over, but the Nations' apparent conviction that in preparedness there is both strength and peace will doubtless mean a long, worth- while and happy career for University's Reserve Officer's Unit. ' i ,Y 5 H if 4 W -s " 'Q " ' 'sl . . 'f ,f lv u -4 Q I , Q' 'i KW H, U 0 4 I ' -W J' ' ! , 'Q ' Q , 7, Ak X' O 4 S ' if it n dk 'K .f fk 'X . 14 ' 5 4 ri. 4 , f . , ,, W Q 1 5 A if -I -f : sw - 4 1 ,, .,, ' 4' L J, 1 4 , ' Q- , K-k 1 Sw. 1 h N 4? .Q 1, 4 , 45 4 all M ' if .1 - - V' 'li 1 4 '-". fc, .4 'A -Q QW Q I ivy, 'Z in 1 '. ' L ,M J..".zr. -'X B '11 .. v- iz., 1 Y Q, 1 - 4. . In -. .. ' g A L E 76 0 Q I :.A Q 4? A ur 'Q' ...........:,ii-.mm-h. Z A E ,X-ff' "gl 'iw "bk if Y 4 , . r Pw'1lPN'l j: , 1 . IM 82 Ti 'iw f 5 .. ,.. 5-- .FB TOP: "FIGHTING LlTTLES" CAST loan Miller, Billee Herron, Emma Lou Henderson, Pat Whit- aker, Pete Benson, Winter Horton, Eugene Nichols, Hatch Gra- ham, Pat Hewson, Hope Sterling, lean Ann Dorr, Gloria Chap- man, Sharon Van Paddenburg, Margery Hoffman, Donna Tur- ner, Lois Pettigrew, Betty lean Sweeley, Mary Eldridge, Shirley Catton, Pat McLeod, james Connor, Larry Levitt, Gloria E. Sul- livan, Barbara Taenzer, Mel Stewart, lim Liebenguth, Paul Thomas, Beverly Lane, Wanda Case, Carol Smith, Clarice Kestenbaum. BELOW: "STAGE DOOR" CAST "Stage Door" Cast: ludy lustman, Renee Aronoft, Margery Hoffman, Wanda Case, jackie Pierce, Thelma lo Bruce, Elynor Wayne, Rochelle Bienenfeld, Mitzie Diamond, Sharon Van Paddenburg, Gloria Sullivan, Pat Chambers, Shirley Porter, Clarice Kestenbaum, Beverly Lane, Gloria Chapman, lean Ann Doirr, Hope Sterling, lone Guyton, Lois Millington, Margaret Holland, Barbara Aronson, Pat Hewson, lean Friese, Mary Bev- eridge, Pat McLeod, loan Miller, Barbara Campbell, Barbara Freeman, lacque Banning, Mary Eldridge, Carol Smith, Carlotta Hauser, jerry Matteson, Betty Cooper, Irma Quint, Donna Turner, Pete Benson, Ralph Hart, Bob Morris, David Carroll, Stan Glidden, Michail Cole, lim Liebenguth, Barry Faber, Bill Heyler, Ray Beindorf, Charles Gross, lack Kabateck, Hatch Graham, Larry Levitt, lim Connor, Fred Tushinsky, Roger Wiskow. "University High School presents 'Stage Doori, November l5, l6, l945'i. These words appeared on posters placed in various strategic positions through- out the halls last fall. From the first day that these signs were displayed, the main thought in every- one's mind, the chief topic of conversation, was the senior play, For this senior play has become as much of a tradition at University as has field day, or the prom or color day. lt is an event which the student body awaits with-anticipation while the cast works. Under the capable direction of Miss Grace Barnes, that work is hard, conscientious re- hearsal and still more rehearsal. But what of the set, the lighting, sound effects, costumes and make-up? Weelqs before the play is presented to the public the stage crew is well under way studying the script so that they will be able to construct and dress the set to fit the play and mas- ter the intricacies of lighting and sound. They are guided by the artistic hand of Mrs. Dorothy Felton, and she ably supervises, with Miss Barnes, the cos- tumes and make-up. The scene of "Stage Door" was the Footlights Club, living room and bedroom, and the lighting and sound effects created such a natural atmos- phere that both actors and audience were mentally living in a girls' theatrical boarding house. The play was one which had a lengthy and successful run on Broadway and was later made into a motion picture. The story was dramatic, the lines gave in full both humor and pathos, and the talented cast ama fic eremonia fa did not seem to be student ac- tors to their audiences, but the actual characters in the play. ln contrast to the sophisti- cation and glamor of the New York footlights drama, the spring audience of i946 wit- nessed the rollicking family comedy, "The Fighting Lit- tles", a play concerning the trials and tribulations of the older generation when con- fronted by the younger. From the moment the house lights dimmed and the stage manager whispered, "Curtain upl", the audience was transported from the impersonal auditorium to the warmth and friendliness of a comfortable living room with an oak beamed roof, brick fire- place and oval French windows leading to the outdoor patio. "The Fighting Littlesn was full of amusing incidents, sit- uations and characters: the irascible Mr. Little, principle axis on which the rest of the family revolved, and his bewil- dered wife, Goody, the perky daughter, and her noisy boy friends, Filmer, the younger brother who hated 'idames", l-lenriette, a Southern belle with an eye on Northern men, Cousin Olita, the buxom lVlrs. l-larpeddle and exotic Miss Paloga, who added spice to family life, and the children's friends, Cuckoo, Screwball, Bull, Squeegee and Dickie as well as Almatina, who ran the kitchen. When the curtain rang down on the final act, the audience knew that one of the most successful comedies ever to be given on the University stage had been presented. Well act- ed, the play expressed a feeling of typical American family unity and to the many, who witnessed it at night, brought back those never-to-be-forgot ten high school days. SCENES FROM THE PLAYS Below: "I'm discoverin' they're yankees and yankees."-Fighting Littles. Center: "I am fluidity."-Fighting Littles Bottom: "-but do not think I have lost track of the theatre."-Stage Door 85 0111 -' 01114 Hitting a new highnote in the field of musical achievement, during the last year, University High can well be proud of its many noteworthy contri- butions, in this direction, to both the community and the school itself. A Cappella, Girls' Clee, Boys' Clee, Senior Orchestra, R.O.T.C. Band, and Mixed Chorus more than ever, this last year, played a prominent part in many school and civic functions. The Reser- vationis smaller musical classes cannot be overlooked in importance, however, for they are responsible for the train- ing and molding of the nimble fingers, well-developed voices, and other skills that are needed to form the larger better-known organizations. Behind the many enjoyable hours of fine musical entertainment that these organizations presented during the last year, were weeks and months of tireless effort on the part of both teachers and students. Possibly these faultless performances were also the result of the thoroughness in training that all music students at University received in such classes as Piano l 6' ll and Introduction to Music, taught by the ever popular Mrs. Heaton, who has always advocated a careful devel- opment of technique and interpreta- tion for all her students. Always in the forefront, because of its size and popularity, the A Cappella culminates its many successes through- out the semester with the singing of a carefully chosen program at the Com- mencement Exercises. The A Cappella, capably directed by Mrs. Edith Provan, sings without accompaniment and re- lies solely on the harmonious blending of the many fine voices for its effect. The A Cappellais performance as part of University's Christmas presen- tation, was well received by an appre- ciative audience. The choir was also invited to do a radio broadcast in Feb- ruary and later during the Easter sea- son. No matter to what heights the A Cappella may ascend in the future it may look back with pride to the school year of l945-l946. Both Boys, and Girls' Clee Clubs enjoyed their usual popularity with the student body, P.T.A. and Service Clubs. Words of approbation are unneces- sary for anyone who is familiar with the esteem in which the University Top, left: Girls' Glee' Club, fall Center: Acappella, fall Left: Orchestra and Chan L4 Senior Orchestra is held throughout the community and on the Reservation itself. The Senior Orchestra, open to students with previous band, orchestra, or private experience has set a high standard for itself as a group of splen- didly trained musicians. Although the orchestra's numerous accomplishments can not be listed, a few of the events in which they participated are particu- larly worthy of mentiong the All Southern California Orchestra Festival, held annually at Occidental College, the Southern California Symphony, which was held at Santa Barbara last April l, and the concert held at the l-lollywood Bowl on the second of june. Mr. Cieorge Wing, who has been director of the Senior Orchestra for three years, should be congratulated for the superlative job he had done in organizing the aorchestra and working with them, constantly striving for per- fection. A word here should be said about the R.O.T.C. band, also under Mr. Wing's supervision, which set the ca- dence for the marching feet of the R.O.T.C. cadets when they won the much coveted "l-lonor School" at the federal inspection. The R.O,T.C. band combined the difficult task of playing instruments, while performing precise drill movements on the parade grounds. Much of the band's success can be at- tributed to Cadet Captain Robert Thompson, who gave much of his time and effort to perfecting the music and drill of the cadets under his command. "Briar Rose", the second annual operetta given by the Music Depart- ment is scheduled for May 23rd. lt has a large and unusually fine cast, principals of which include: Carol Leonard, Eleanor layne, leanne Marie Le Marinel, leanne l-loyt, Dorothy Wright, Mary lane Wilford, Nancy Stroop, Alice l-lall, C-race Ellen Partin and l-loward Pixley, Dick Rice, Ken- neth Shaw, Hank Walts, Roger Stock- well, Wallace lVlacLachlan, Harry Elli- ott, Tom Stanford, and Walter Thomas. Composed and written by Dr. Louis Woodsen Curtis, Coordinator of Fine Arts for the Los Angeles City Schools, and Agnes Peterson, the operetta has aroused both student and community interest and everything points to a large and successful production. Top, right: Boys' Glee Club, spring Center: Acapella, spring Right: Girls' Glee Club, spring The success of any newspaper depends on the en- thusiasm and ability of the editorial staff, and the Warrior staff of the last two semesters have been exceptionally talented in the art of "meeting the deadlineu and putting forth a great newspaper. The staff of Warrior editors were, for the fall se- mester, Betty Surkamp and Susy C-laser, co-editors, Olive McCall, editorial editor, Mary jo Staples, ex- change editor, Marco josepho and Myron Kaplan, co-sports editors, Howard Matlow, Ray Beindorf, and Albert Kraus, sports editors, and Ray Beindorf, commissioner of publication. The reportorial staff were Walter Von Gremp, Bethel Cooper, Charles Davis, Stephanie George, johnny McNeill, Albert Kraus and jim Moerson. For spring semester the staff consisted of Walter Von Cremp, editor in chief, Carlotta jelm, commissioner of publications, Ronnie Buck, news editor, jeanne Rogers, feature editor, Mary jo Staples, exchange editor, Howard Matlow, sports editor, jim Moerson, Sam Haver, Bill Sawyer, Larry Swindell, and Bud Perry, sports staff. The reportorial staff were Kitty Cambell, Nancy Caughey, janet Dant, Dolly Douglas, Lorena Fletcher, Herbie C-reer, Alice Hall, Barbara Lohlr- mann, jack Moore, Marjorie Sampson, joanne PRINTING STAFF Don Barnes, Damon Felts, Diana Moseley, Floyd jones, Chuck Harding, jim Choner, Larry Sherer. 1- fi is -4 , ff af- arrior Wherry, john Davies, Charles Davis, joanna Lam- bros, johnny McNeill, Charles Nogle, Howard Pixly, Peter Stone, Bill Ulman, and Paul Pressman. You canlt mention a newspaper without speak- ing of the printing staff. Ray Stinchcomb, print shop foreman, Carl Sterling, linotype, Wyeth Staples and Don Barnes, make-up, Larry Sherer and Kurt Schloss, presswork, and Don Barber, circula- tion, made up the mechanical staff for the fall se- mester. The mechanical staff for this semester are: Floyd jones and Chuck Harding, make-up, Damon Felts, circulation manager, Don Barnes and jim Choner, pressman, Larry Sherer, print shop fore- man, and Diana Mosely, linotype. Mr. King feels that special credit should be given Damon Felts and he considers Diana Mosely the "best" as a linotype operator. This spring semester's Warrior is blessed with a brand new masthead. The idea of a new masthead belongs to the editor in chief, Walter Von Cremp. After a great many ideas on the type and style of lettering to be used, the old warrior heading was discarded and the new and more attractive one in- stalled through the efforts of Mrs. Heisig and C-uy Pronier, who designed and made the lettering. ltls the editor's job to read, tear apart, add to, correct, and re-read the reporters copy. The qualifications of a good editor are the ability to describe news interestingly and hon- estly, to have poise and meet people more than half-way, to have an unquenchable curiosity, and most of all to be able to spell and con- struct sentences and paragraphs. Mary jo Staples, exchange editor, takes care of exchange papers that come to University. She also keeps up-to-date the mailing list and mails the Warrior to other schools and alumni who receive the Warrior. All the reporters have regular beats much the same as professional reporters. Each week their news articles and features are submitted to the editors, okayed or rejected and a "dummy" of the Warrior planned and accept- ed by the editors.- This may be revamped but the Warrior is usually printed from the origi- nal "dummy", distributed period ll on Fridays, and avidly read by it's subscribers during the remainder of the morning classes. Through the efforts of Miss Reed, journal- ism instructor, and Mr. King, printing instruc- tor, who lead and encourage the staffs, Uni- versity has a paper of which any school may be proud. Walter von Gremp, editor Mary lo Staples, exchange editor 1 leanne Rogers features editor Ronnie Buck, news editor Howard Matlow, sports editor Diana Mosely, linotype operator Damon Felts, circulation manager Larry Sherer print shop foreman EDITORIAL STAFF Kitty Campbell, Nancy Caughey, janet Dant, Dolly Douglas, Lorena Fletcher, Herbert Greer, Sam Haver, Barbara Lohrmann, lim Moersen, lack Moore, Marjorie Sampson, Georgeanne Wherry, Ioanna Wherry, john Davies, Charles Davis, loanna Lambos, john McNeill, Charles Nogle, Howard Pixley, Bill Sawyers, Peter Stone, Larry Swindell, Bill Ulman, Paul Pressman. Right: Bill Ulman, Charles Davis, loanna Lambros, lohn McNeill, Bill Sawyers, lim Moersen. This year's Chieftain represents the work of a pre-war edition, for while the i945 staff had to pull together in record time the events of the war years, the i946 annual staff had the added respon- sibility of more pages, more pictures, and more ex- pansive style in art and writing. The Chieftain would not have pulled through without the super- vision of Melzar Lindsey, sponsor, and of Evange- line l-leisig, art director. Marjory Sully, as Managing Editor, arranged with movie studios for the pictures of studio students graduating with the Carousel class, supplied copy on the G.A.A., typed class lists, and helped arrange the pictures of underclassmen. Literary Editor Carol Pumphrey was responsible for proof-reading copy for spelling, sentence errors, and uniformity of style. She also inherited the task of writing copy on the Administration. A Lorena Fletcher, Class Editor, covered the Cari- oca and Carousel classes, the Girls' League, and, with johnny Oien, the baseball teams, then assumed the arduous task of checking and typing class lists and arranging pictures. Virginia Corbitt's responsi- bilities varied, though she was officially Assistant Class Editor. She alphabetized and filed the EDITORIAL STAFF Front row: Lorena Fletcher, Fred Ellis, Carlotta jelm, Lorraine Kollman, Mark Hurford, Barry Faber. Rear row: jacque Ban- ning, joyce Denney, Carol Pumphrey, Marjory Sully, Marvin Osburn, Verna Be le Taylor, johnny Oien. Chieftain "Rogues Gallery", checked class lists, wrote copy, and was in charge of the sales files. Sports, Editor johnny Oien had many chores. He was in charge of assigning the sports write-ups to his staff, and of getting action shots of important games. As Assistant Sports' Editors, Fred Ellis saw that the basketball men got due recognition, and Barry Faber, besides typing, tracked down pictures and wrote captions. joyce Denney was an active aid in photography and supplied the copy and pictures for the R.O.T.C., while jacque Banning covered the Warrior and sales. Mark l-lurford handled Student Government, and aided Marvin Osburn as Technical Adviser in preparing the many pictures for the en- graver. Verna Belle Taylor and Lorraine Kollman arranged appointments for senior pictures, aided Mr. Artland in a clerical capacity, and later, while Lorraine typed, Verna worked on club captions. Carlotta jelm, as Commissioner of Publications, took over the sales campaign, wrote of the Alumni, and aided in routine staff work. The illustrations this year were done on a com- petitive basis. The Commercial Art class voted and the final judge was Mrs. l-leisig. The main contrib- uters were MarilynfMoe, who had her dedication page and division page for theclub section chosen, Ted l-larker, sports' division, Gloria Teubert, fine arts, Pat Francis, title page, Guy Pronier, who did all the dry brush work in the book, and Marma jean Elgin, who did general art work. Mary Eldredge, in her capacity as Art Editor not only spent many long hours planning and laying out the dummy but pre- pared many of the pictures for the engraver, was a consultant on staff problems, and had F her illustration chosen as division page for the .1 La classes section. The Annual Staff is indebted to several stu- dents who gave their time and talent to the Chieftain. Norman Burns used his architec- tural drawing skill on the dummy. l-loward Matlow, Sports' Editor on the Warrior, re- vised articles on basketball and track and wrote the copy on the coaches. Clarice Kes- tenbaum and johnny McNeil did the drama section, Gerard Waller the music section, and Charles Warrens shot the sports events. The annual staff had a great deal of fun in compiling this issue, considerable worry, and often hard work. lt is their hope that you will appreciate the fruits of their labor, the i946 Chieftain. fail! Lorena Fletcher, class editor . Carlotta lelm, manager of publications Mary Eldredge, art editor Iohnny Oien, sports editor Carol Pumphrey, literary editor Marjorie Sully, managing editor Lorraine Kollman, office manager Barry Faber, assistant sports editor Virginia Corbitt, assistant class editor ART STAFF Mary Eldredge, Fred Basten, lack Dean, Andre Fite, Pat Francis, Ianice Gooch, Robert Griffin, ,Ted Harker, Carmen Hill, Babette lones, jack Matheney, Bill Mayberry, Marilyn Moe, leannine Pease, Guy Pronier, Bobbie Solomon, Gloria Teu- bert, Ann Thomas, Gilbert Williams, Trevor Hewson, Bill Lukather, Phil Mulvey, Bill Ulman, Elynor Wayne, Marma lean Elgin. Bill Robertson, Cavaliers, W'42, meets the Russians. .4 4 , - Tom Reeves, Mohicans, descends in Guinea. W'4l , Bill Moore, Lancers, W'43, bargains in Tokyo. lim Dunn lthird from left! trades Buccaneers, S'4l, for Brass. 92 , f, , f ' 4 ' fxf , Yfw .,":' f fa iam- 'X ,s , ,sp f-:',54,fr a gf 'rf , X f My ,, ,iw X Z? 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Pictured on these pages are Alumni service men who have distinguished themselves along our far flung battle lines and in obscure corners of the world. There are hundreds more, and our service flag with its blue and gold stars is a syrgbol that we of the Reservation have ,note fqggottfgp them. An- other proof that they are iever'1infQ.Qr5:thoughts is the Service Record in the main offlgicompiled by Miss Betty Stevens, of the secretarial staff. This book contains the records and pictures of as many Alumni serving in the armed forces as it is possible to obtainq lt represents a great deal of time, pa- tience and interest, and is viewed with sincere ap- preciation by Alumni returning to school on leave. The Alumni Memorial Foundation Association has recently been founded for the purpose of creat- ing a Memorial Stadium on our grounds dedicated to the hero dead of University High School. The amount set as a building fund goal is 550,000 Part of this sum has been collected, but further contributions are earnestly solicited from friends and Alumni. The meetings of the Alumni Associa- tion are held twice each month during which plans to complete the drive are made. The officers in- clude Albert W. Clark, President, Dorothy H. jones, Vice President, Mary Ellen Brininger, Secretary, Helen Colnon, Treasurer, and the Board of Direc- tors: Genevieve M. Harrison and john L. Arnold, faculty, long sponsors of the Association, Ralph D. Wadsworth, Principal, and Onward T. Cochran and Ernest W. Hoyt. This splendid Living Memorial providing perma- nent seating stands, showers and dressing rooms will, when completed, fill a long felt need of Uni- versity High School. No greater gesture of Alumni goodwill could be made to our school than to have had a share in bringing this dream to reality. Bob Parkin, Hawaiian, S'45, balloons in blues. 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