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

 - Class of 1947

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Wadsworth, Principal ddminintwtion The guidance of over two thousand War- riors and the handling of the many other prob- lems of a large secondary school requires the highest type of administrative leader. Uni- versity's "big three", Mr. Ralph Wadsworth, Miss Helen Darsie, and Mr. james Lloyd form one of the ablest trios of principals in the city. Arthur C. Ramey, Boys' Vice Principal, Fall. Heading this well-liked administrative group is- Mr. Wadsworth, whose unceasing efforts to improve all phases of school life, fine per- sonal character, and kindly concern for all those affiliated with him is recognized by students and faculty alike. Girls throughout the school look to the ex- cellent leadership of Miss Helen Darsie, effi- cient and charming always, who is an enthusi- astic sponsor of Girls' League and Tri-Y ac- tivities, and has found a secure place in the hearts of all with her sympathetic counsel and utmost sincerity in meeting girls' prob- lems. Mr. Arthur Ramey, popular. boys' vice principal and leader in Hi-Y activities, left University at the end of the fall semester to head a school in Buenos Aires. His fine edu- cational philosophy and able and cheerful service will long be remembered here at Uni. His successor, Mr. james Lloyd, has shown a personal interest in the problem of each boy. The welcome sign is always out on Mr. Lloyd's office door, and the loyal following that he has already won in his short stay here is proof of his ability to meet the students on a common ground. Keeping the school running smoothly and looking after the welfare of so many students is a tremendous job, but Uni's administration by their good advice and warm encouragement have succeeded in directing this year's reser- vationists toward a happy and successful high school career. .-qv nal Sophia R. Pelzel, Louise R. Thomas Circle: Katherine Wallace, Aram Tolegian. Russell L Kraft Melzar M. Lindsey. Mar ean Lewis, Counsellor's clerkg Y I Frances C. Brooks, Counsellor. sw A NNN- ' Wumx: Nm" Marshal R. Crawshaw, Nancy King, Stanley L. Combs Upper Right: Edward A.. Irwin, Cecilia R. Irvine, Soci Studies Coordinator: William R. Ruess. 0 c iq! tudieA ,H ,M ., 4, Science and lllatlaematicw Catherine McDonald, Lyle C. Herbst, Margaret L. larvis. Persis B. Porter, Estelle Mazi- otta, Attilio A. Bissiri, Science and Mathematics Coordinator. Leslie B. Harmon, George E. Des Rochers, Frank I. Seeman. lohn L. Arnold, Alvin S. Cope- land, Nettie L. Martin. Lottie V. Behrens, Mary Eliza- beth Albers, LeRoy Chitwood. Ashley W. Hudnutt, Howard H. Rifenbark. Luzerne W. Crandall, English Coordi- natorg Addie W. Chiles. Circle: Virginia Belle Lowers, Thomas Henley, Myrtle C. Force. Luclle E. Foulger, L. Salmon, Fred C. Catherine F. Louise V. de Vergara, Katherine Marie Reed, Mari! Drenf. ngliAla Marilyn C. Crainer, Florence I. Riniker, Librarian. 3 Esther Colnon, Secretary: Masako De- guchi, Credit Clerk: Betty Elizabeth Gilbert S. Moore, lune Marie Adams. Dorothy Mae lohns, Norfleet D. Hotfleit, Oscar M. limenez. Frances C. Tubbs, Althea P. Caravacci. Beatrice F. Cooke, Dorothy C. Merigold, Language Coordmator. Stevens, Text Book Clerk. elm ?ff' fl!-TE' I4 ,., f Wg Edith M. Provan, Eliza Ceorge E. Wing, Music Depaklmenii Head. Circle: Dorothy H. Felton, Grace R. Barnes. g? 4' Z Q Y beth P. Heaton. 44? 7 X, Z' w 4 'I is ,, Q Y I , ' ,S 1 ,W 'Kin 1 i R f 'S Evangeline M. Heisig, Art Department Head: john W. Armstrong, Elladora Furbush '2fA Mary E. Ewing, Cafeteria Managerg Alfred L Boldt, Custodian. f i Aff. 'Qi fr., Q Q: 1 My ,gig , 2 ."?4ff,. ms. j . Z, , if Thelma Mary Duncan, Grace Dickson, Esther O. Bennett. james G. Cooke, Stuart Mc- Loughlin, Elmer R. King. Harold E. Ives, Rose Fountain, Helen Sara Unger, Ralph A. Masteller, Commerce Coordi- nator. Iohn E. Bangerter, Industrial Arts Head: Lewis B. 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The Continentals, using their ingenuity, came forth with original decorations in the circus theme, and the dancers were delighted by red and white streamers, a mound of balloons that cascaded from the ceiling, and clever caricatures of the leaders of both classes. On Color Day, the student body was en- tertained for an evening in the Club Conti- nental, as the management presented vocal, dance, instrumental, and comedy numbers. The highlight of the show was the finale when the entire cast came forth, surrounded by l5O seniors. The presentation of the song was accompanied by dozens of royal blue streamers thrown into the audience, and the student body enthusiastically applauded as Peggy Kilburn, dressed in a royal blue formal, took her place as queen of Color Day. Even though they were unable to obtain sweaters, the Sophisticates persisted in pre- senting their colors on Field Day, wearing in- dividually chosen sweaters. They lost Field Day to the Khalifs 4 to l, but never-the-less came through with sporting spirit. The Senior A's danced under soft lights as they were honored by the Khalifs at their prom in the Club Continental. One of the features originated by the Senior B's was a smooth "Royal Blue Room", where hosts and guests drank cokes and took time out from their dancing. - Craduation came in january, and as the last member of the class walked out of the audi- torium to the traditional commencement med- ley, underclassmen and faculty watched with regret the closing for the last time of the door to the Club Continental. Spring President, Ellsworth Clark Fall President Mark Hurford EPHEBIANS Ellsworth Clark, Frank Loy, Bill Palmer NANCY PATRICIA ADAMS STANLEY ADAM GRACE LINDA ANDRADE LAILEE BAKHTIAR LORENE JACKSON BARNDDLLAR IACI4 BELL DWIGHT CURTIS BELT ROSE SHIRLEY BERGER FRANKLIN THOMAS CALLAHAN DOLORES CASTILLO PAUL ELLSWORTH CLARK VIOLET MAYELLEN COOPER CLARENCE WEBSTER COULTER BARBARA ELLEN DeYOUNG ELFRIEDA MARIA ALICE DOLCH WILLIAM HAYNES DUDLEY IOAN EDWARDS PETE ESCOBAR SHIRLEY CLAIRE FERO IACQUELINE ROSE FISCHER RICHARD ALAN FRANKLIN IAXQUELINE LITA FREEDMAN LOIS IEANNE FULLER ELAINE GINDOFF FRANCES GITELSON DARLENE JOAN GOIN HATCH GRAHAM, IR. BARBARA ANNE HALL TED HARKER EVERETT FRANK HEIN, IR. DIANA PATRICIA HERBERT WESLEY STUART HERSCHENSON SHEILA ROBERTA HIGGINS IACK I. HOLMAN MARY LOUISE HOLT IENNIE FAYE HORTON X X I I. I IX II I lush' 'vlmlf - SALLY HOSHER MYRON MARK HURFORD MERWIN L. HUTCHINS KAZUKO Ii NOBUKO li JOHN STROHN IRWIN FRANK IANDA, IR. RODOER EDWARD KARRENBROCK MARY LOUISE KELLER PATRICIA LOUISE KERIN LURLENE IOY KETCHIE LAWRENCE DONALD LEVITT ROSEMARY KIEHLBAUCH MARGARET ADELE KILBURN MARY LOU KILSBY BEVERLY KING EWAO KIRIYAMA BEVERLY IEAN LAMPHIEAR DONALD EDWARD LANDON IAGK DONALD LA VANEIL BERTRAM I. LEE KENNETH E. LEVY GWEN LEWIS MILDRED GLORIA LIGHTFOOT IOAN LOCHEMES IANE LOOMIS FRANK ERNEST LOY IAMES B. MACKENZIE ALICE MARQUES BARBARA IOAN MASON IOHN ANTHONY MATSUKAS BARBARA STANLEY MCCALL DONALD ELLITON McKEE AUDREY IUANITA MEERITS DONALD BAKER MENEGAY .-.....f- I rl- Luwnr-ARI AMERICAN LECION AWARD Rodger Karrenbrock, Mary Lou Kilsby DOROTHY E. MOYNIER PHILIP WILLIAM IVIULVEY KAYE NAKAMURA DORIS IEANINE NELSON SHIRLEY ROSEMOND NEXNHOUS: DORIS ANNE OBLISK ROBERT IOHN O'CONNOP CARMEN LUCIA OLMOS MARY LOU OTTO IANET COE PALMER WILLIAM PALMER WILLIAM PARRY ELSIEMAE PATTERSON CHARLES T. PERRY W. O. PERRY PEARL A. PINO EDDIE PAUL RAMSEYER IEANNE FRANCES RANDALL RICHARD LEE RICE MAY DIANE ROSE LOUIE RUIZ ERNESTINE SALAIS WILLIAM ALLEN SAWYERS AIOR-HELYN SCHMIDT TERRY EMILE SIMMONS FRANCIS O. SISSONS HERBERT D. SMELSER GLORIA STEVENSON CHARLES STEWART BETSY STIMSON HENRY D. SUNDERLAND RITSUYE TITZIE TANOUYE IACQUES TEMPLIN TERESA R. THOMPSON DAVE M. THORMIN ROGER TODD ,-...,. filifaii' M ,J KZ 1 f C' "1 PATRICIA ANN WENZEL WANDA jEAN WERNTZ ELIZABETH jANE WILLIAMS f f , ff ,A if 7 " afn ,f Z 373 A -77. ,yy . f, ff ff J W V., . f , , A X Z , .X 4 X v . fa ff f f FALL OFFICERS lack Keating, Bill Stringfellow, Stan Berman, Miss Mazziota, Georgie Wherry, leanne Le- Marinel, Mr. Ives SPRING OFFICERS Dick Hammond, Chuck Bowyer, Mr. Ives, Georgie Wherry, Louise BurriII, Miss Mazziota l4li41ifA The mystery and intrigue of the East were brought to life when the class of Summer '47 introduced their fanciful theme on Field Day. Seven harem-girls emerged from their Baghdad tent to present the class name, as other Khalifs were writing the first pages of class history on the battlefield, winning over the Continentals by a score of 4 to l. The swank "Club Continental", a product of Khalif imagination and design, provided a background for the Senior Prom. Members of both senior classes enjoyed the New York skyline, sophisticated entertainment, and the Royal Blue Room. The summer class staged one of Unihi's fin- est Color Days on March 8. Everyone was im- mediately caught by the spirit of the day when they entered the insense-filled auditorium, and were transported by Alladin's lamp to the scene of the Sultan's chambers. l-lere he and his court were being entertained by envoys from neighboring lands. The class colors were presented by six girls dressed in cherry- red and gray harem costumes, since the or- dered sweaters had not arrived. The spring semester Field Day found the Khalif girls not only supporting their winning teams, but also participating in an exciting hockey game, and adding new interest to the already eagerly anticipated event. Proving that this was all in the spirit of fun, a few weeks later the Senior B's presented a fine prom in honor of the boys and girls from Baghdad. The class gave University a great deal in athletics, leadership, talent, and service. Every athletic team, the Knights, Squires, lVlawan- das, student government, service committees and boards felt a loss with their departure. Commencement in june took nearly 450 Warriors from the Reservation, and as this last chapter was written in their own book of "Arabian Nights", the entire school saw with regret the closing of the never-to-be-forgotten story of the Khalifs. Spring President, Darrel lordan Fall President lack Keating Z ,W , S IE I +2 Iz 'v MERVYN LEE ADELSON RENEE ALSCHER DONOVAN HAROLD ALVIK PEGGY RUTH ARNOLD IANET GLORIA ASH EDWIN ASKEY EDWARD LAWRENCE BADER AUDREY MAE BAKER ALICE P. BALL IACK BENTON BANOWSKY GERALD BARCLAY DON O. BARNES DIANE BATES PATSY ANN BEARMAN ALAN DEAN BENEFIEL ZOE A. BENSON STANFORD H. BERMAN WILHELM E. BERNHOFT WANDA IOYCE BERRY DONALD BETTS MARIORIE BETTY ANN BILLER IRIS NAOMI BINDER 10:-IN BISBEE DAVID IOSEPH BLANCHARD WILLIAM P. BLANCHARD MARTIN IERRY BLECKMAN IEAN BLEDSOE WINSOME B. BOHALL GERALDINE L. BOONE GERALD EMMONS BOOTH WRIGHT IOHN BOOTH CHARLES BOWYER BARBARA BELLE BOYER HERSCHEL FRANKLIN BOYNTON GLENDON JOSEPH BRADLEY AMERICAN LEGION AWARD Befsy Ross, Frank Bruner WILLIAM CARL BRETTHAUER BETTY ANN BREWER GERALDINE BRIGGS LOIS MARIE BRINKMAN LAUREL A. BRISCOE AUDREY LOU BROWN KEITH I. BROWN ROBERT KENNETH BROWN FRANKLYN WEBB BRUNER RONALD BUCK WARREN W. BUELL PATRICIA ANN BULLER MARY BURNS NORMAN EUGENE BURNS LOUISE BURRILL PATRICIA CAFFERATA H. RONALD CAMERON IOAN CAROL CAMPBELL NANCY GREIG CAMPBELL WILLIAM STANLEY CANNON, IR IEANNINE CAREY IOANNE L. CARLOW CONSTANCE MARIE CARPENTER IACK W. CARR COLLEEN ELIZABETH CHAFFIN IACQUELINE CHAMBERLIN WILLIS WAYNE CHAMBERS C. RUSSELL CHILDS, IR. HOWARD STANLEY CHRIST, IR. AUDRIE MAE CHUDLEY IOYCE CLARK MARILYN RAE CLARK RONALD GILBERT CLARK DON A. CLOTHIER IOHN STEPHEN CUNNINGHAM GLORY DANIEL ,,,...-va-ff-, Q, RICHARD DANSON MARILYN DARLING MARILYN DAVIDSON IOHN PHILLIPS DAVIES RICHARD THOMAS DAVIS jACK ELBERT DEAN DOROTHY DEEHR BRUCE FRASER DeHAAS RITA DeHAVEN IANETTE ANNE DENNIS THOMAS WILCOXON DICKSON IOCELYN jOAN DIXON MARGUERITE LORENE DOBSON RAINA DREW ROGER DUELL SAM B. DUNHAM, jR. ROSALIE DWECK CHARLES MONROE EDWARDS DONNA LUCILLE EISELE MYRA ANN ELSER BARBARA ELLEN ENDICOTT ROBERT V. ERRINGTON ALFRED EUGENE EYE DIANE HEWSON FALCONER IRENE GLORIA FALSETTI CHARLENE LEE FARLIN DOROTHY ELLEN FENLER ELIZABETH VIRGINIA FERGUSON NORMA jEAN FINFROCK DORIS KEARSLEY FINK HILDA ANN FISCUS WARREN DANIEL FISHBURN, IR. LORENA MAE FLETCHER IACK ANDYE FLEURIDAS DAVID CHARLES FORK PAT FRANCIS SEALBEARERS First row:Louise Burrill, julian Ganz, Lorena Fletcher, Georgie Wherry, janice Gooch, Lois Garver, Dorothy Donley Second row: Lloyd Morrisett, janet Martin, Anne Pierce, Maxine Newberger, Charlotte Keszler, Nancy Stine Third row: Warrne Fishburn, Marsden Wag- ner, Charles Nogle, Herny Yoshimoto, Ed Bader, Darrel jordan KHALIFS IN CREATIVE DANCING First row: Audrey Chudley, jerry Boone, Ann Gillenwaters, Audrey Brown, Second row Alycemae St. ford, Norma Nathalie Christian Mary Lou Murphey, Clair, Mary lane Wil- Finfrock, lanice Gooch, Pat Francis ARTHUR IAY FREED YVONNE A. FREEMAN MARGUERITE FROST LOUIS GALANIS IESS C. GALBREATH IULIAN A. GANZ, IR. EDWARD LEONARD GAPPELL LOIS ANN GARVER COLLEEN MARY GIBBONS MARIAN LEAH GIBSON GLAYTON GICK IOANNE FRANCES GILBERT ELIZABETH ANN GILLENWATERS ROBERT BYRON GLADSON MARTIN GOLDS EMMA C. GONZALES MANUEL GEORGE GONZALEZ IANICE KATHLEEN GOOCH ARTHUR LEWIS GRADDY FAY BETH GRAHAM WAYNE N. GRAVES CHARLES E. GRIFFIN, IR. ELAINE GROSSMAN ALICE AILEEN HALL RICHARD BURTON HAMMOND ARMEN HAROOTUNIAN, IR. DONALD ARTHUR HARRIS IAMES DAVID HARRIS BEVERLY ANN HARSHBARGER DONALD HARTUNIAN GERTRUDE LOIS HAUPT CAROLEE HAVENSTRITE SAMUEL CALDWELL HAVER, IR. MARIORIE JANET HEDRICK ROBERTA HEIMAN MARY LOUISE HENN PAMELA IOAN HERBERT CHARLES E. HEWITT MARGARET LOUISE HEYLER HERBERT HAROLD HIESTAND, IR. RUTH CARMEN HILCHEY DIANA KAY HILTON LEO R, HOECHERL CHARLES WARREN HOLLISTER MARILYN RUTH HOPKIRK SELINA HORN DELLA HOWARD HARRY INATOMI ALLAN IARABIN ELEANOR IAYNE CARLOTTA DIANE IELM BARBARA IOAN IIMENEZ ROBERT EARLY IOHNSON STANLEY DOUGLAS IOHNSON DARRELL E. IORDAN HELEN MAXINE IOY ROSS DEAN IUSTICE ROY BENO KADERLI ERVLEY KALSMAN ILENE KAPLAN IOHN BENNETT KEATING ROGER DOUGLAS KENMORE CHARLOTTE A, KESZLER GEORGE ARNOLD KIEFFER TAMOTSU KITABAYSHI ARLYNE KLEKNER DAVID IOSIAH KLYCE, IR. MITSUYE MITZI KOUIMA MARGARET KUHNS CLETA IUNE LADYMAN DELPHIE LAIRD B. THORNTON LAKE THE SULTAN AND HIS HAREM First row: Ioan Tyson, Bobbie Vogel, Ellie layne Second row: leanne LeMarinel, june Rowley, lacque Phillips, Ervley Kalsman, Carol Leonard Third row: lean Bledsoe, Malcolm Pierson i """"' ""' I l THE SIAMESE CATS julian Ganz, Bill Blanchard, Stan Berman, Man- uel Conzoles, Ed Askey, lack Keating, Lloyd Morrisett, lim Harris BAVARD HALL LELANDE, IR. WILLIAM F. LAMBERT ELISABETH LANDI DONALD L. LANDSTROM BEVERLY LANE SUZANNE LAZIER IOAN ADA LEIB RICHARD ALLEN LeMAITRE IEANNE MARIE LeMARINEL CAROL ELIZABETH LEONARD MARK LEVEY ELAINE LINDENBAUM IOHN PATTERSON LINDLEY DONALD EUGENE LLEWELLYN WILLIAM LAWRENCE LOCKHART IEANNE MARIE LOCKRIDCE RAYMOND IOHN LULL INA LUSTER IOAN MACWILLIAM CHARLES MADARY DOLORES MARIE MANAUCH IOAN A, MARSDEN MARGARET IANET MARTIN LORAINE MARUYAMA IACK LYNN MATHENEY HOWARD LEE MATLOW L. DOROTHY MCBROWN NORMA IEAN MCCARLEY MARIORY IEAN MCCUTCHEON ROBERT EDNNARD MCFARLAND WILMA LEE MCLAUCHLIN CAROLYN IEANNE MELA 11M E. MENOE CAROL JOY MEYERS RUTH MAE MICLIN IOYCE SEVEREN MILES ANITA MILLER EVELYN MILLER MARGARET MILLER GORDON YORK MILLS GLORIA-ANN LUCILLE MISCIONE MARILYN LOUISE MOE IEAN MONROE ROBERT E. MOONEY DAVID FORREST MOORE IOAN MOORE LLOYD N. MORRISETT ROBERT REX MORRISON AUBREY L. MOYSE IOSEPHINE ANN MURATORE MARY LOUISE MURPHY MALCOLM NEAL LOIS IEANNE NETTLE MAXINE RUTH NEUBERGER ALLEN FREDERICK NIEMS CHARLES KENNETH NOGLE DOLORES ELAINE OAKES KATHRYN IEAN ODLE EVELYN HOPE O'DOWD EDWARD ONTIVEROS ROBERT MICHAEL OTIS, IR. WILLIAM L. OTIS DEMETRA IEAN PALLAMARY MARY ANN PATTON IEANNINE MILLICENT PEASE IOHANNE F. PETERSEN AUDREY VERDA PETERSON LOLA CAROLYN PETERSON MILTON ROGER PETERSON PHYLLIS VIRGINIA PETERSON OANNA ELLEN PETTIT I IACQUELINE ANITA PHILLIPS CHIEFTAN PROOF CRITICS Lorraine Kauffman, Barbara limenez, Sherwin Schwartz LOUISE PHILLIPS ANNE PIERCE ROBERT ALEXANDER PIERCE MALCOLM IOHN PIERSON RICHARD B. PILMER HOWARD IOHN PIXLEY SHIRLEY MAE POSTON PAUL B. PRESSMAN FRANCES PRICE CAROL CATHERINE PUMPHREY IACKSON VREELAND QUINE JANET RATLEY DON PHILLIP RAYMOND IAMES RENHULT DAVE R. RICH DAVID RICH DONALD ROY RICHARDSON ALICE GAYNOR RILEY VEE ROBERTS ALBERT REECE ROBERTSON CAROL MAE ROBERTSON HERBERT COOPER ROBERTSON LONGINO ROBLEDO GEORGE IRVIN ROCHELLE ROBERT EUGENE ROCKWELL, IR ESTHER LORRAINE RODGERS KRISTIN ROMNEY IAMES HARBISON ROSE ELIZABETH ANN ROSS SHIRLEY ANNE ROWE IUNE FLORENCE ROWLEY CLOTILDE SAFDEYE SAIGI SAITO NOBUKO K. SAKAGOSHI RICHARD SANCHEZ LILLY ANNE SAWAHATA PEARL I SCHAUB KURT RANDOLPH SCHLOSS IOAN SCHOLOSBERC- DORIS FLORENCE SCHMITT PATRICIA ANN SCOTT STANLEY LAWRENCE SELTZER FELIX HOLLOWAY SHAW' KENNETH L. SHAW ELLEN MARY SHERRIFFS BARBARA ANN SHIFFMAN MARY TOSHIYE SHITAMOTO HARAIDE DIANA SHITSUKO SALLY SHOEMAKER CLAIRE ELLEN SHOFF STUART WENDELL SHORE, JR. SELMA HARRIET SIMCOE NANCY IO SIOBERC SANFORD BAILEY SKINNER PHIL SLOSS DOROTHY ELAINE SMITH MARILYN DORIS SMITH CHRISTINE ANN SNYDER BOBBE IEAN SOLOMON WARREN FULLER SPEAR THALIA IOY SPRING MARY IO STAPLES ALYCE MAE ST. CLAIR HERBERT CARL STEINORE CAROLYN MARIE SNAVELY STEVENS DONALD EUGENE STEWART IACK ALEXANDER STEWART CHARLES D. STICKNEY NANCY STINE SYLVIA STINE HADLEIC-H WILLIAM STOLTZ CLORIA MAE STONE PETER STONE BARBARA ESTI-IER STONER IOHN EDWARD STORY ROY STRATTTON BILL FRANKLIN STRINOFELLOW NANCY IANE STROOP ARTHUR STUMRUS SHERVVIN IVI. SWARTZ LARRY NOLAN SWINDELL MARY TAIVIURA NOBUO TANII I-IIROSI-II TATSLIMI PRISCILLA I. TELLEZ DORIS ROSEIVIARIE BARBARA MINNA IEAN TOBIN HELEN E. TOLLEFSON KIYOSHI TOMIKAWA MARY BERNADINE TRULIK CHARLES L. TUCKER DONALD PAUL TURA IVIAURICE TURNER JOAN TYSON GEORGE SEI UCHIDA LILLIAN SUIVIIKO UYEMORI WANITA VAN DER IVIAREI. AIIVIEE LOUISE VAN OUZER ROBERT VAN DYKE IEAN VAN HORN BARBARA IACQUELINE VOC-EL PATRICIA ANN VOLDER MYRA VORKAPICH IVIARSDEN C. WAC-NER DON WARREN SALLY ANN WATSON ELYNOR IOAN WAYNE ANNE LORRAINE WEAR THIELE THE BARBECUE Anne Onymous, Bob Otis, Frank lge, Weeda Noe Doris Oblisk john Potter, leannine Nel son: Audrey Chullley, Florence jenkins, Bill M..Creader, Harry lh3f0mI, Harry Schubert R ,L,w.p I ' ' ,,Wfi':j. .112-ffngv ROBERT RICHARD WEAVER ROBERT CLAYTON WEBER RICHARD D. WEST GEORGEANNE WHERRY IOANNE WHERRY DANFORTH MARION WHITE, IR VIRGINIA KATHERINE WIENER RALPH WALDO WIENS MARY IANE WILFORD ALAN SHAW WILLIAMS FLORENCE LOUISE WILLIAMS VELMA LUCILLE WILLINGHAM BEVERLY IEAN WILSON FRANCES IEAN WILSON RAYMOND RICHARD WINTER MARY MAE WOODBURY WILLIAM WALLACE WOODS III ROBERT SCHNEIDER WOODWARI WINIFRED WOODWARD CHERRY C. YAMADA KENII YASUDA HENRY YOSHIMOTO BETTY IEAN YOUNG ROBERT MARTIN zIERER IOHN ZIMMEHT, IR. MARGIA ZUGRER FRANCES MARY AMES HORACE E. MARTIN, IR. DAVID R. SCHOTT DONALD L. ASTRY IOHN FREDERICK MOORE PAUL IAMES SEIFTS SHIRLEE AVERETT DIANA WHITNEY MOSELEY IOHN R. SMITH HAZEL MAE BEAVERS ROBERT ASHBY MOYER, IR, LOLA MARGARET SMITH MARIAN CLAIRE BOONE DORIS MAE MEYERS DOROTHY EMMA STANBERY GERRY BRIGGS RUTH LENORE OLSON HUMPHREY STUETZEL NATHALIE CHRISTIAN CARMEN PAPIRO BILL WIEHL WANITA HELENE CONKLIN BARBARA I. PETERSON ROBERT WILLIAM WILKINSON ROBERT DIAZ ANNABELLE I. PIKORSKI BARBARA WRIGHT DOROTHY ANNE DONLEY SCOTT RASMUSSEN RICHARD E. YOUNG LOIS ELEANOR DOUGLAS BARBARA RAMONA REED IOSEPH ZOELLNER III NATHAN L. ELLENA ROBERT WELLING EISHEL SHIRLEY FISHER IERRY FLETCHER WILLIAM ANTHONY GIAGALONE PATRICK MAXMILIAN GOLDSMITH IOHN L. GRAHAM, IR. GARY LOUIE GREENBERG IOHN BOYD HEYLER, IR. MARY IUDITH HOOPER IEANNE HUGHS WARREN WALTER KAUFMAN IOHN G. KENNEDY IOHN KENNER IAMES M. KERLEY GENE PAUL RLIGHLER EDGAR GEORGE LANSBURY WILLIAM BRUCE LANSBLIRY MARILYN IOY MacKENZIE PETE MANN FINALE OF KHALIF COLOR DAY The entire cast of the senior show takes a curtain call f I L ,,., I - LUNCH HOUR TALK Cay Riley, Frank Bruner, Nancy Robinson A SIP AT BOLDT SPRINGS Malcolm Pierson, Kioshi Tamakawa, Stan Seltzer, Dick Davis, Dave Blanchard, Chuck Bowyer X , X '. N . S f , uf" , A P ia f P ,aioalwraa f ' Hltdfif mandfd A 1 f , ' 1-.4 y 4 x ' sl M ? 1 W 'F' fn f ff V? ,853 wifi f 51 5, if 1? 'ij ,JV QM X ,.- s -gm ...I Qxmlfx WW' E: B" F' '-4 QWN i7 ie 4: 9 5. A ff it f i I ff ff f 1 4 f 9 fa!! f f f 1 Y I P f of 1 Wx , ig , ,ww ' 5 x f 4 .W umm. 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Arce, Ermalinda Arulo, Adolpho Aumaier, Robert Baron, Nancy Basch, Geraldine Bates, Morley Behrens, Dolores Benson, Dove Brooks, Betty Lou Brown, Barbara Ann Brown, Duane Elwood Burruss, Catharine Butts, Claude F., Jr. Cawrey, Phil Chamberlain, Kathryn Clark, Edgar Duke Clark, Richard Compton, Patsy Dennis, Carol Joanne Drumm, Richard Edgerton, Nancy Ellen Eggers, Douglass Rolf Elliott, Thomas Frederick Ferris, Janice Forsyth, Bruce C. 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S. ,Mg , ' -' Ellis, Frances Diane Elwood, Richard Erskine, Mary Falken, Eric Fields, Barbara Frost, Dorothy Evelyn Fuller, Joyce Gaal, Ernest Gallamre, Howard Gamble, Dick Grabast, Patricia Ann Gutierrez, Donald Hand, Judith Hale Harris, Peter Hartman, Marney Jean Hey, Phyllis Higgins, Ann Hindman, Margery Hook, James Hooper, Lloyd Jones, Edythe Louise Kasold, Audrey Carol Kavanau, Earl Keeler, Evelyn Kerley, Virginia Lennox, Mary Jo Leishman, Jerry Lester, Charles Linz, Philip Eugene Lynch, Lewis McCall, Ralph Merifield, Paul Merryman, Maribelle Meyerson, Marilyn Middleton, John Muldrew, Richard Munro, Merlin Muramatsu, James Napier, Jennie Neff, Donald Owens, Robert Page, Joanne Parmenter, Sue Anne Pelascini, Angeles Pendley, Russell Ranum, LaVonne Estelle Raus, Dan Redondo, Ysidro Renhult, Robert Resler, Eleanor Diane Sanez, Raquel Schad, Robert Sheff, Marcella lrene Shuken, Jay Singleton, Dale Squire, Richard Steinore, Norma Steiskal, Marlene Stevenson, Mary Ann Stewart, Sarah Jane Tattersfield, Ernest Taverez, Canderlario Thorner, Thomas Tinglof, Birger Tucker, John Weber, Terry Weir, Wanda Willis, Ted Wol-pin, Gloria Yamada, Ernest Fichman, Marshal Fischer, Bernard David Fisher, lv-or Franco, Lucille Frazee, Barbara Gast, Harry Gentry, Louise Gioga, Gloria Gordon, Jane Gottfredson, Kent Hatt-on, Donald Heimberger, Joyce Hendrix, Melba Jeanne Herrera, Daniel Hervey, Ann Hyatt, Barbara Irving, Marilyn Darina lsaacs, Hart, Jr. lto, Roy Johnston, lJill King, J-ohn Kissig, Bob Knapp, Leita Knight, Lawrence Le Babera, Marion Lynton, Jacqueline MacWhirter, Diane MacGillivray, Donald Martin, Patricia Matthews, Sandra Anne Milham, Mary Jo Miller, Lawrence Monroe, Delbert Morgan, Nancy Mulcahy, Sharon Newhouse, Bob Oliphant, Margaret Oliva, Myra Orkand, Richard Otis, Diane Petty, John Polin, Leslie Preston, Ward Pruitt, Jim Quartucy, John Robert Richards, Eugene Robinson, Mary Carol Rose, Jary Rosenwald, Robert Ruddy, Torn Smelser, Marshall Smith, Dale Smith, Hayden Smith, Jack Sorno, Theresa Strauss, Sandra Strong, Pat Sweeney, Charles Sweeney, Dorothy Talbert, Bruce Turner, Charles Van Duzer, Richard Van Rossem, Jack Ward, Joan Warford, Helen f NEW STUDENTS F' - , , ,-NW l Bloomfield Alan r'f b' 5 - ' fb? 7 I I ' it 1 I 6, lane - ' ' f' ff e f f g ' -,212 . , ki I I h I - ,EEG V , S x 4 Bradbury. Beverlee Garlinger, Jack 6 4 37 ' f' ' i 2. 'N fl gfiinef. Rolgart Greene, Margy ', 4 f 'j ' E, 5 If x 4 'ff , a a ogne, abriel Greene Nancy ' ' X , 4' , , 'Zu , M' . ' i ' - " t X ' ' ' ' K ' . .' ' ' Y it f , -f Dan'e'SO"'J'mmY G'm0'YeSf'mdY me All 1 eine- is A. A meh . ,I x . , K.. , I .A . .. H ,. r r V ,f,s Ak W ' if . ,-W ' 74.3 X, 'f s, Y -. Guynn, Bob Jo es, M 'I , :af I ' if el V N 'Z' Q -I Q 563: .. Halsima, Bill Jo2eph0,aRoyln li ,"' ?Q l if ' f i ' 7 3 , If l , A , ' f if Halstead, Jack Kassane, Elizabeth , . A m ,, . 5 DQWITT, Bob Klammer, Arlene wi X - ' f Q if f D Ingraham, John Martin, Pat ls. ' i 7' l ' i 36-mf L " ' N ' ff' ' . ,,L,, , ue. "" ' ' - " ' ' V ., l I If i fr f' "fix nfl H , 76 7s ' - I , ' if 'X gg , . f , ' ,V if A , . i as Mafhews, Evelyn Stewart, Bill F if 1 " A L. LW 2 G. . ' B , Nethercuitt, Nancy Jeane Stickney, Margaret . ' , f l 1 ' gerf0faWIlfred.t Sutherland, Ken ' 1 -- ' , , 1 Tl, kiiigfi, W ' Q c ro er, .. uani a Tho , M ji ig , h ii I V X ' ' xf Shanin, Michael Trurvqlpwsgak ary -Xl' . M P ' ' l K ' I ' J :E li- r V 5.5 f ak ' -- ""' fl . '-"r - Turner, Kay l 1 sp i ' C """ Watson, Carol Lee is i i 7' 'f I 5 Weislger, Janet l l 41 ff A Y 35 , f. ' g I , Xxx M' , I '5 .." RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES Ioan Pomeroy, Nancy Robinson, Barbara Taylor, Miss Caravacci , .,..,., MELEDUNIANS The Meledonians are organized for the purpose of encouraging and re- warding high scholastic achievement. Following their motto. "Scholarship for Service", the Mele- donians have instigated an extensive program for tutoring in all academic subjects. Four semesters' membership in the Mele- clonian Society is the pre- requisite for becoming a Sealbearer upon gradua- tion. Mrs. l-loffleit and Mr. Henley are the spon- sors. Allenburg, I. Anderson, I. Anderson, M. Andrews, E. Bader, L. Banberger, G. Barclay, F. Basten, P. Bayer, R. Beresford, B. Biller, B. Bohem, I. Bond, M lillon, M. Braun, A. Briegleb, B. Brown, I. Brown, N. Brown, N. Bunker, N. Burns, L. Burrill, S. Christ, B. Cornyn, L. Coulter, I. Cron, I. Davies, I. Davies Dawson, B. Deguchi, P. Dempster, I. Devlin, D. Dixon, D. Donley, P. Douce, E. Driehaus, I. Dunbar, A. Ebeling. l. Fialkoff, W. Fishburn, I. Fishman, L tcher, D. Fork, Y. Freeman, I. Freulich, M. Gairdner, I. Ganz, L. Carver, R. Garver, A. Gillenwaters, M. Gonzales, I. Gooch, F. Graham, M. Gratz, C. Griffin Haigh, L. Haithcock, A. Hall, D. Hall, H. Haller, P. Harris, G. Haupt, G. Hayes, E. Henderson, I. Henry, D. Herbert, I. Hersham, C. Hewitt, M. Hewitt, K les, M. Hines, W. Hollister, T. Holmes, S. Horn, I. Horfsman, I. Hoyt, I. Hughes, I. Hull, P. Huntsman-Trout, I. lrving, E. Iacobs, I. Iohansen, D. Iordan, H , C, Kaiden, D. Keisar, M. Keisar, M. Kellner, C. Keszler, D. Kirbach, E. Kodama, R. Kohner, B. Lawler, A. l-815215 l- l-i2b, C. Leonard, I. Lewis, I. Lindley, D dgp, L. Luskin, R. Lushing, I. Marsden, B. Marsh, I. Martin, T. Martin, G. Martinsen, H. Matlow, A. Mayhew, M. McCarron, I McCleary S. McCracken R :Inn D, Mishell, Morrlsett, R. Moyer, I. Muratore, A. Nakahama, M. Neuberger, C. Nogle, N. Parker, G. Partin, M. Patton,.E. Perry, Peters V. Peter- , I, Phillips, A. Pierce, I. Pomeroy, S. Poston, F. Price, N. Price, G. Prosser, P. Pumphrey, M. Redman, B. Roberts, B. Ross, I. Rowley, M. Schaaf, Schaefer Schaeffer, P. Schaub, I. Sheffield, C. Schekman, I. Schlosberg, D. Schmidt, B. Schneider, P. Scott, B. Shiffman, C. Shoff, W. Simon, D. Stewart, N. Stine D .1 ' R, Temperino, A. Thomas, G. Thomas, R. T ke h' R. T S. ' ' or G wh wh E o s I, oy, Tsuyimura, M. Tucker, T. Ullman L Uyamore P Volder M Wagner A Wear P. Welles. Wenger, . erry, I. Werry, . Whitaker, D. White, C. Wikle, R. Woodward, W. Woodward, .Zeniades,lH.- Yoshirnoto., I. Young, 'Mi' zukerl . V ? LEADERSHIP ORGANIZATION INITIATIVE STABILITY SPRING COMMISSIONERS Fall Student Body President, Ellsworth Clark First row: loyce Palmer, Gay Thomas, jacque Phillips, lune Rowley, Ioan Leib Second row: Pete Stone, Ken Shaw, Lee Coulter, Herb Heistand, Wayne Graves, jim Harris, Roy Sickner, Don Hangen, Rodger Peterson Q :iif3N1'asf3:N' s r, ., "fl XX S . ' f V . sr" W-rf 4" W . ,- ' ,W w- f " 'gf' if N Zi FALL COMMISSIONERS First row: jim Harris, jackie Fischer, janet Martin, Carol Leonard, Gladys Colds, Herb Heistand Second row: Ellsworth Clark, Webb Coulter, Bill Palmer, Rodger Karrenbrock, Bill Bretthauer ozleknment Student government is important at Univer- sity High School. By holding office, many students become aware of the problems of government and each officer has a chance through his student leadership to see his ideas put into action. Unihi's divergent activities require leaders of the highest type and this year an exceptionally competent as well as popular group has directed student affairs. The Student Body President and his cabinet have the greatest responsibility. Both capable and likeable fellows, Ellsworth Clark and jim Harris led the Warriors in the fall and spring, respectively. Their greatest strength lay in their fine Boards of Commissioners. These groups directly supervised various student ac- tivities and made decisions in accordance with the opinions expressed by members of the Student Council who represent the home- rooms. ln this way every Warrior had a chance to play some part in seeing that all went well at University. Commissioners for both semesters included the following-On ganizations: jim Harris, Herb Hiestand: Boys' Welfare: Bill Palmer, Fran-k Brunerg C-irls' Welfare: janet Martin, jacque Phillips, Public Relations: Herb Hiestand, Lee Coulter, Rec- ords: Carol Leonard, june Rowley, Ahtletics: Bill Bretthauer, Roy Sicknerg Scholarship: jackie Fischer, joyce Palmerg Boys' Recreation: Webb Coulter, Wayne Cravesg Girls, Recrea- tion: Ann Elser, Cay Thomas, Publicity: jack Dean, Kenny Shawg Publications: Howard Pix- ley, Pete Stone: Safety: Rodger Peterson, Don Hangeng Student Employment: Gladys Colds, Rodger Peterson: Finance: Rodger Karren- brock, joan Lieb. Spring Student Body President, jim Harris KN, QNX y.. r Left: Fall President, Ieanet Martin W A r Q 1 4 f 1, , 1 ss sw? V.-.x7sssTss.,N,s E CENTER, LEFT: FALL BOARD OF HEARING Georgeanne Wherry, lacque Phillipsg Chairman, Nancy Van Gorder: Carol Pumphrey Missing: Suzanne Lazier, Margaret Heyler, Miss Darsie gy. Y . ,M ' " F FALL EXECUTIVE BOARD Lett to Right: lacque Phillips, Mary Lou Kilsby, janet Martin, Betsy Ross, Louise Burrill, Miss Darsie. ie! ' FALL CABINET loan Pomeroy, IaCque Phillips, Ilene Kaplan, lane? Palmer, Louise Burrill, Bobbe Solomon, janet Martin, Cay Thomas, Virginia Peterson, Carloq-fa Ielm, lane Butfington, Margamt Cairdner One of the aims of the Girls' League, under the direction of the league officers and Miss Darsie, is uniting the girls for their mutual enjoyment and assistance. To provide for the ever increasing needs of the student body, the League has provided both junior and sen- ior boards by means of which every girl may share in giving service to others. She may serve on the all important Board of l-learing, the newly created l-lonesty Board, on the Friendship, l-lostess, Publicity, Design and Decoration, Floral Study, Suitable Dress, Lit- erature or Red Gross boards. Among the di- versified responsibilitiesnof these boards are the orientation of new girls, serving at par- ties and teas, keeping the student body up to date on school events by means of a calendar in the main hall, taking care of special deco- rations and flower arrangements, featuring attractive displays of suitable dress in the show cases, reporting on the latest books, and working on Red Gross projects. Introducing the honor system in attendance was one of the main activities of the Girls' League this year. The Board of l-learing, which was in charge of this important project, worked closely with the Boys' Board of Hear- ing. Together, they planned a campaign which acquainted students with the new sys- tem by which the student assumes responsi- bility for his own absence excuse. The Girls' League also found time to take its unusually active part in Girls' Week. Girls from Uni ably represented us at other schools and Girls' Day proved a big event when girls took over the school administrative posts and teaching jobs. SPRING CABINET First row: Ianice Gooch, Eleanore Iayne, Barbara Shiffman, lacque Phillips, Louise Bamberger, Katherine Burruss Second row: Ruth Iohnson, Pat Volder, janet Martin, Cay Thomas, Virginia Peterson, Carlotta lelm, lane Buffington, Margaret Cairdner TOP, SPRING BOARD OF HEARING Helen joy, Vera Sherriffs, lean Bledsoe, lanet Martin, Betsy Ross, Patsy Pumphrey i y 64 ll? ii I SPRING EXECUTIVE BOARD Spring President, lacque Phillips janet Martin, Pat Volder, Eleanore layne, lacque Phillips. ,,. of-5' if 1 l FALL EXECUTIVE BOARD Frank Bruner, Bill Palmer, lack Keating, Mr. Ramey Fall President, Bill Palmer Koa, ' eqgue FALL BOARD OF HEARING First row: Bill Palmer, lack Keating Second row: Frank Bruner, Webb Coulter, lim MacKenzie Missing: Bertram Lee, lack Watson, Rodger Peterson, Alan Niems, Darrell jordan SAFETY COUNCIL lim Rose, lack Moore, Sam Haver, Ray Wheeler, Chuck Nagle, Allen Niems, Brian Cochran, Don Hangen SPRING EXECUTIVE BOARD SPRING BOARD OF HEARING Aff sl'Ul'l1PUS, Frank BYUHGY, Dick Davis, Mr. Lloyd First row: Bill Bretthauer, Ronnie Carver, Frank Bruner, Mr Lloyd Allen Niems, Dick Davis Second row: Artie Hamilton, Willis Chambers, Don Hangen Art Stumpus, Roy Sickner I l YELL LEADERS Bill Sfringfellow, Nathen Ellena, Wayne Graves, Chuck Criffen, Lee Wenzell This year's Boys' League has participated in many projects for community betterment, service to the school and aid to individual students. Mr. Ramey and Mr. Lloyd, fall and spring Boys' Vice-Principals, devoted their time and abilities in planning a program which would carry these ideals to a success- ful end. As presidents of the Boys' League, Bill Palmer and Frank Bruner planned the service projects, while Frank Bruner and Art Stumpus, Vice-presidents, were responsible for all the League assemblies. Secretary-treasurers, jack Keating and Dick Davis, maintained the business records. The Boys' Board of l-learing, a vital part of the League, includes eleven of the school's outstanding leaders, lts purpose is to maintain the high stand- ards of conduct set by University and to generally encourage and strengthen citizenship. The members of this board include the officers of the Boys' League, Presidents o fthe Knights, Barons, Squires and Hi-Y Councilg the Commissioner of Athletics, Safety and Boys' Recreation, and the ranking officer in the R.O.T.C. Responsibilities of this board include warnings and advice to wayward students and sentences which may result in exclusion from student activities or periods of probation. This year the Board of Hear- ing organized the system of traveling to athletic events by caravans. ln this program the Barons policed the highways and traffic centers and guided traffic in a manner which proved both safe and fast. The activities of the Safety Council, which also ai ds in game transpor- tation problems, includes auto registration, parking patrol, fire drills and campus safety checks. Both Board and Council receive the support of the service groups in carrying out their essential duties in University High School's student government. Spring President, Frank Bruner T. 14 Ii V ,- 5: 2 ' N-x ' 1 f f , XXV 1 , f an f V . ,OW .ff ff ' ' , ' ,.. X :rig 0 I v.:.,f fll, E X A. W L V ,zz , -. gf ff Mi ,f 5,i , 1, Xi . f' , f fy ,f xx , , X, 'Q ' , .. ' -h "4 - 4. ij" Y ,' fg! 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XX : XSQ ' ' ,,' f x X-N,' 1 49 UNITY SERVICE IDEALISM COMRADESHIP BARONS The Barons, an honor group that was organized a year ago under the direction ot Mr. Crawshaw, started their success- tul service record by supervising the clean-campus drive, Ot equal value has been their close cooperation with the Safety Council enroute to and from toot- ball games. BARONS lst row: Shaw, Cunningham, Moore, Niems, Brown, Shore, Nogle 2nd row: Shepherd, Porter, Marvin, Car- dens, Cochran, Hangen, Bowyer 3rd row: Peacock, Vaughn, Davis, Hudson, Coulter, Malouf, Wohlwend, Gratz, Mr. Crawshaw 4th row: Younkin, Martin, Shumles, Car- ver, Hiestand, Erskine, McCleary, Kirbach KNIGHTS This senior boys honorary club is com- posed ot Warriors chosen for their lead- ership, scholarship, and sportsmanship. Their service and conduct sets a stand- ard for the league. The group is spon- sored by Mr. Combs. KNICHTS lst row: Buck, Pilmer, Stumpus, Tomikawa Davis 2nd row: Keating, Dean, Bretthauer, Mor- rison, Ontiveros 3rd row: Stringfellow, Otis, Menge, Wat- son, Pierson 4th row: Chambers, Harris, Mr. Combs, Van Dyke 9 SQUIRES This l lth grade boyis student govern- ment group guided by Mr. Ritenbark, is selected for outstanding citizenship, scholarship, and sportsmanship. Their duties include the maintenance of order in the halls and at all sports activities. sounuss lst row: Neil, Davis, Schnaider, Hamilton West, Schad Pettit 2nd row: Moon, Reynolds, Fouts, OI-il, Smith, Walthawl, Yamaguchi 3rd row: Holland, Salle, Tatrick, Glass Neff, Hamoly 1 1 MAWANDAS Members of this most important hon- orary girls' club represent the Warriar maids who rank highest in achievement. Carefully selected for their service, cul- ture, and leadership, this upper division group maintains an active program under the Sponsorship of Mrs. Harrison. MAWANDAS Ist row: lelm, Leonard, Pumphrey C., Laxier, Rowley, Burrill, Ross, Gooch, Fletcher 2nd row: Phillips, Heyler, Wherry, Kaplan, Solomon, Bledsoe 3rd row: joy, Brinkman, Carpenter, Somers, Elser, Volder TRI-Y COUNCIL The Tri-Y council includes represen- tatives from each Tri-Y club and meets regularly to coordinate Tri-Y affairs and to promote the standard set by the Young Women's Christian Association. Mrs. larvis leads the girls' activities at University. TRI-Y COUNCIL lst row: Ross, Bouillon 2nd row: Carpenter, Gairdner, loy, Volder 3rd row: Miss Seminario, larvis, Palmer 4th row: Dunn, Hall D., McCracken S., Ishida, McCracken M., Hall A., Shiffman 5th row: Wenger, Darragh HI-Y COUNCIL The l-li-Y Council includes representa- tives of each l-li-Y club. lt is sponsored by the Young Men's Christian Associa- tion, and at University by Mr. Lloyd. Meeting twice each month to further the character building program, the Council has played a powerful part in maintaining community standards. HI-Y COUNCIL Ist row: Harris, Chambers, Davis, Keating, Cunningham, Otis 2nd row: Hammond, Porter, Coulter, Hies- tand, Niems, Shaw WORLD FRIENDSHIP The World Friendship Club has been revived at University High to turther world understanding and peace. It is a chapter ot the well known city-wide organization. lst row: White, Stewart, Huntsman-Trout, Luskin, Fishburn 2nd row: Davies, Sully, Parker, May, Pum- phrey, Kaplan, Hollister New NATURALIST New to the Reservation this year is the Naturalists Club, sponsored by Mr. l-lerbst. Field trips and the study of films have occupied the semesters timeg tu- ture plans include the establishment of a Natural Science Museum. NATURALISTS lst row: Basten, Fork, Peters, Haller 2nd row: Schafer, Marsh, DeSilva, Frazee 3rd row: Lavine, Sheffield, Anderson, Mr. Herbst, McCleary, Repath S.P.Q.R. The S.P.Q.R. Club is an active part of the language department at Unihi. Mem- bership is open to all students ot Latin, with club business conducted in a man- ner reminiscent ot Roman days. Miss Tubbs and Mrs. Hoffleit sponsor the group. s.P.Q.R. lst row: Shoenber, Dempster, Braun, Pease Schoff, Griffin, Iacobs, Bohem, johnson Lawler, Pierce 2nd row: Schaaf, Anderson, Harvey, john- ston, Parker, Boyer, Pumphrey, Peterson Hewitt, Fialkoff, Nogle 3rd row: Wohlwend, Allenberg, Wherry, Martin, Berman, Gonzalez, Wallin, Schaaf, Thomas, Hewitt 4th row: Mishell, Atherton, Rose, Moore West, Moyer, Fishburn, Davies. s 1 1 a CHRISTIAN WARRIORS Members of University's Bible Study Club meet regularly during the noon hours tor discussions and lectures by guest speakers. The Christian Warriors are sponsored by Miss Betty Stevens. CHRISTIAN WARRIORS lst row: Walker, lohnson, Hardey. 2nd row: Wallin, Tollefson, Conklin, Doug- las, Endicott 3rd row: Rose, Moore, Brisco, Miss Stevens AVACS Newly organized this year, the Avacs fill a definite need in the growing use of audio-visual aids at University. They are available to project moving pictures and to supervise the lighting and public ad- dress system at school functions. Mr. l-larmon sponsors and trains the mem- bers. AVACS Ist row: Arnold, Shabero, lacobs, Louch- heim, Griffin, DeSiIva, Payne, Hertel, jones 2nd row: Olfee, Lelande, Chenoweth, Kautz, White, Dunham, Klyce, jackson 3rd row: Wilke, Dickson, Pumphrey, Mr. Harmon, Parker, Douce BROADCASTERS The Broadcasters are dedicated to the development of the individual's self-ex- pression and to keeping the Student Body well informed on school events. Mrs. Salmon is coach and sponsor. BROA DCASTERS lst row: Wilke, Schlosberg, Robinson, Bru- ner, Gonzales, Berman, Kaderli, Moys, Briggs, Wherry 2nd row: Young, Moore, Hammond, Buck, Graves, Hudson, Perrin, Younkin, Boone, Miles 3rd row: Pomeroy, Barrie, Gibson, Stumpus, Davis, Pixley, Martinez, Serrano, Schmitz, Mrs. Salmon 4th row: Peterson, Peters, Baker, Riffe, Hartunian, Weins, Llewellyn, Danson, Brown, B. Fisher 5th row: Baker, Harris, lacobson, Kramer, Glass, Hamilton, Collingwood, Cole, Brown. McMahon gl . -.- . . .M X. X N .A x- A eg. . '-xilv 1, A. X, X 753 3 V Ni x x A M - , M Q ff- ',......M v 4 , ' '- fi-11 NM A ' , X' ws-0-,,,' ,VX .,,1, Y , NW f k M ., + N' N- ,Ng . -'X , , ssh N N' N ' -N XX-TWD ' V :ty x- .M . . ' ' gvl . xgx- K. , , Y -V ,.., . "' x XgQxQj.:XxX N-X. , X ,- ' X X, -NS ,N ., -.. Xflfii-5" E :- Q ..,k N . -ls.,,3...,L . R . lx -v ig '- -4- - X -c Q2 TETSI ff? , K STRENGTH ENDURANCE TEAMWORK HONOR Above: Louie Ruiz, Center Above, right: Darrell lordan, Roy Sickner, Guards Right: Ellsworth Clark, Russ Childs, Tackles ?vvt6 ll VARSITY SQUAD - First row: Wilke, Neil, McCutchin, Ienks, Preising, Llewellyn, Seltzer, Adams, Chambers, Pierson, Hamilton, Williamson, Rochelle Marrin, Andrews, Mgr. Second row: Woods, Warren, Mgr.: 0'Ninteman, Martin, Coulter, Atherton, Shacklett, Ruiz, Childs, Tomikawa, Cardenas Malouf, Mackenzie, Clark, Stringfellow, Betz, Mirande, Mgr. Third row: Ontiveros, Friend, Elliot, Oakley, Meal, Sawyers, Scott, Starrett, Shetler, Alvick, Harker, Richardson, Adams, Wright Adelson, Van Doren Fourth row: Estrada, Matsukas, Mgr., Lindop, Iordan, Sickner, Menge, Dennis, Booth, Hartunian, Wedemeyer, Ellena, Escobar Lassos, Saito l Merv Adelson, Fullback Ed 0l1l'iV9I'0S, Halfback lf, yf f,' 'Y b If 1 ei fr' I A 1 Lassos Attempts Conversion at Venice. Tom Wilcox, Varsity Coach Above: lim Mackenzie, Bill Stringfellow, Ends Center: Peter Escobar, Halfback Below: Nathan Ellena, Quarterback Ontiveros Cuts Loose Against the Yanks. FOOTBALL University 25, Hamilton I5 Opening the fight for the '46 Western League pennant, the University Varsity trampled the Hamilton Yankees to the tune of 25-l5. A ten-yard touchdown slice by lvlerv Adelson climaxed a thrilling drive which included 20- and l6-yard runs by Ed Ontiveros, a pass with two laterals, and three straight first downs. Receiving a pass flipped by Nate Ellena, Tom Elliot outdistanced the Yank secondary 77 yards for another goal, and after Hamilton had nabbed a safety, the half ended l2-2, lndians ahead. The remaining two touchdowns were the results of the combined talents of Adelson, Stringfellow and McKenzie in the last half. University 0, Fairfax l3 For two years the Lion Varsity has played havoc with Uni's pennant chances, and once again a hardhitting Fair- fax eleven pushed the out-classed Warriors around. The Braves were definitely in a slump as their improvement in following games proved. The first score came just before the fourth quarter when Lion Marvin Bubin skirted end for 24 yards and the touchdown. Schechtal made the last six points on a center buck. University 24, Hollywood 0 Snapping back from the trouncing at the hands of Fairfax, Uni's Warriors thoroughly outplayed the bewildered Hollywood eleven. Ed Ontiveros, again proving that he is worthy of All-League-honors, scored three touchdowns, while Pete Escobar accounted for the remaining tally. all .R an Stringfellow Stops a High One-Hamilton Game. . High-lights of the game in which Uni's offense and de- fense functioned perfectly, were the brilliant 65 yard run by Ed Ontiveros, the pass from Ellena to Menge, who lat- eralled to Hamilton, Pete Escobar's drive through left guard, and the outsprinting of the entire Sheik backfield. University 6, Venice 7 This game unveiled an inspired Redskin eleven who battled the Venice Gondoliers evenly up to the last minute of play. The first half was a see-saw affair. However, a spot pass from Cardenas to Ontiveros who streaked down the side lines to score, gave Uni the edge. ln the second half Venice lost a near-score when Tolman narrowly missed a long pass thrown by quarterback O'Connor. Later, with two minutes of play, the O'Connor to Tolman combination clicked, and Venice moved ahead when Tolman kicked a successful conversion. However, with Roy Sickner and jerry Adams as standouts, the Redskin line played a de- termined game. A University 6, Dorsey 6 Displaying power and grit that is seldom seen on high school gridirons, University's Braves captured a 6-6 tie with the heavily favored Dons. The lndians began their fight when lim McKenzie smashed through all interference to block a kick and set up our lone tally. Completely over- coming the Dons, was the powerful overhead attack by Cardenas, Ontiveros, powerful Kiyoshi Tomikawa, and lVlerv Adelson. The tie threw the mighty Dorsey eleven into a probable tie for the league title, and gave the War- riors a spectacular finish to what had been a hot and cold season. ' , . - , 1. l 4 layne Gaining Ground-Uni Bees vs. Venice. BEE SQUAD First row: Levine, Hurford, Davis, Kirbach, Detriech, Clark, Bruner, Wheller, Gratz, Malmer, Lapadakis, Francis, Wisdom, Evans, Lucero Anderson, layne, Hollingsworth, Wilke, Butler, Hansen e e Second row: Enochs, McCready, Neff, Ciacomi, Ohl, Bain, Glass, Bowyer, Thornburg, Third row: Walker, Kono, Hudson, Smith, Maybry, Moon, Castanada, Drum, Bates, The fighting Bees opened the '46 football season with two returning lettermen and a host of potential ball carriers. Coach joe Hesslein started the Uni aggregation into action against San Fernando and Canoga Park. These games uncovered a strong backfield combination with Allen layne, Ronny Clark, Mitchel Cratz and Dick Drum, and a fighting line which had Dave Kirbach and Ray Wheeler ends, Bob Mabry and Sam Levine guards, Bob Wilke and lrwin Moon tackles, and center Frank Bruner. University l2, Hamilton l3 Losing for the first time in nine league games, the Warrior Bees began the season in a thrilling l3-l2 con- test. Ronny Clark scored Uni's two touchdowns which were set up by Willie Lucero and Mitchell Cratz. University 14, Fairfax 0 Getting back into winning ways in their second league game, the Bees rolled over hapless Fairfax to the tune of l4-O. Highlights included an 85-yard run by Allen layne, and a pass-lateral combination with Mark Hurford scoring. Clark, Stevens, Epling, Wilson, Clark University l4, Venice 7 In this struggle, the Bees smothered the Venice Condoliers by a score of l4-7. First, center Frank Bruner captured a pass and sprinted SO yards to paydirtg fol- lowing this was an unsustained drive by Allen layne, Dick Bowyer and Mar-k Hurford, with Bud Wisdom scor- ing, and Dick Bowyer converting. University 0, Hollywood 24 Once again biting the dust, the Warrior Midgets were defeated on Uni's own field. Sheik Hathaway set up the first Hollywood touchdown, and from there the cards simply fell the wrong way. Ronny Clark, Arnold Stevens and Mark Hurford, however, played an outstanding game. University 0, Dorsey l9 Firmly stopping the University Bees, the Dorsey Dons won the final game of the season, although Dick Drum exhibited a brilliant passing attack, completing 8 of ll passes, and Willie Lucero shone by averaging 3.l4 yards per try. Coach Ioe Hesslein wi' .. ' A Wa Warriors Stop Venice Bees. Stewart Tries for Rebound Coach Ierry Marvin Free Ball-Bee Came U K4Aleet64ll 1 1 4 VARSITY SQUAD First row: Simmons, Marvin, Stewart, Porter, Otis Second row: landa, Moore, Davis, Dean, Riffe, Pilmer University 30, Hamilton 29 University 34, Hamilton 38 ln the first game of the season, Unihi's basketball team came through with inspired fighting spirit by downing the much favored Yanks by one point. The Warriors kept the lead all the way but gave the casaba fans some real excite- ment in the closing minutes of the game. The second tilt was a real heartbreaker as l-lami overcame a ten-point lead in the third quarter with a barrage of buc-kets totaling Zl points. University 30, Fairfax 37 University 45, Fairfax 33 The first tilt with the all city champions showed Fair- fax playing true to form by holding the lead throughout the first game. The Warriors made a good showing, but couldn't compete with the fast breaking Colonials. How- ever, in the second game, the Indian casabamen ran the Colonials all over the floor. Every man played a skilled game and all were on their toes till the closing minutes of the game, winning by a margin of l2 points. University 28, Hollywood 24 University 27, Hollywood 31 The favored Hollywood cagers received quite an upset in BEE SQUAD First row: Wenzel, Vaughn, Erskine, Cockran, Holland Second row: Heistand, Sutton, Salle, Hasmer, Hammond their first game with Uni as the Warriors handed them their first defeat. The lndians played a brilliant defensive game, holding the Sheiks to I5 points until the second team went in. ln the second tilt, Hollywood redshirts took the advantage, coming from behind at the half to win a decisive game. University 27, Venice 2l University 36, Venice 36 Unihi's first game with Venice was badly played by the local casaba-men. However, they outclassed the C-ondoliers managed to keep the lead and rack up a league game. After a disheartening first half in which Venice chalked up a lO-point lead, the boys from Texas and Westgate came back in spirited form to register l4 points and gain the victory. University 52, Dorsey 36 University 38, Dorsey 25 The Unihi Warriors held high score throughout this con- test with Dorsey and showed easily that they were the better team. The reservationists controlled the ball nicely in their first game but the second tilt was played even more deftly as the Warriors finished the season in fine form with a total of 7 wins and 3 losses. Don Stewart, Guard Dick Pilmer, Guard Terry Simmons, Forward David Moore, Center 1 H 4 ,uf Below: Frank landa, Forward VARSITY SQUAD First row: Adelson, Zieder, Shumway, Marvin, Tomikawa, Stumpus, Adams, Clark Second row: Robin, Mgr., Shaffer, West, Ontiveros, Swartz, Carr, Stewart, Blanchard, Morris 5446146411 IU N IOR VARSITY First row: Hueginy, Ball, Kirbach, Davis, Mohlrin Second row: McCready, Mgr., Estrada, Carver, Hall, Erskin, Salle Stewart Steals Home. University l-iigh's 1947 outlook on baseball was brighter than usual, at the time of this writing. Coach jerry Marvin of the varsity nine was blessed with six returning lettermen, four of whom were gunning for their third stripe in the diamond sport. Merv Adelson, able catcher for the past two seasons, Sherwin Swartz, rated one of the top twirlers in the city, Don Stewart, one of the brightest prospects ever to grace the Reservation, and Eddie Ontiveros, fleet- footed outfielder, are the quartet of three year mono- gram winners. The remaining two sweatermen were Kiyoshi Tomikawa, and Bob Zeider, who cavorted Swartz Winding Up at the and flyhawk positions respectively. Dave Blanchard, crackerjack first basemen, jerry Adams, up and coming third sacker, and Wayne West, alert rightfielder, round out the first nine. Like their varsity brothers, the jayvees, under the coaching of joe l-lesslein, had a pretty good nucleous for '47, David Kirbach, Doug Huegin, Ronnie Carver, and Amador Estrada were the standouts during the early season play. For the first time a tenth grade team was started at Uni this year and was mentored by Coach Hesslein. TENTH GRADE BASEBALL SQUAD First row: Hansen, Miller Hosmer, Cragg, Kelly, Alexander, lto, Steutzel Second row: Cardenas, Collings, Mather, Singleton, Okibashi, Hopper, Miller, Haton, Dey, Mgr. Blix xsimn .Xl 1, I H - i i VARSITY SQUAD First row: Menge, Kramer, Hamilton, Hangen, Childs, Pierson, Chambers, Llewellyn, Shaw, Morrison Second row: Bretthauer, Buck, Kenmore, Van Dyke, Creager, Crumley, Bruner, Dennis, Kaderli, Booth, Moore, Quine, Betts. Third row: Christ, Oakley, Elliott, Minteman, Wilke, D. Williamson, Wilke, layne, Wilkinson, Brown, Deach, Bacon Fourth row: Koster, Atralonge, Dean, Richards, Willis, Chappell, Porter, Hance, Kendall, Van Duzer, Ganz, McCutchon, Wede meyer, Millington, Reyes Warrior Sprint Power-Buck, layne, Elliott ia University Distance Spikesters-Kendall, Ganz, Bruner, Hangen The i946 track season once again produced a championship league team, bringing the record to twenty-six straight dual meet victories, plus six league final wins and one all-city title. With this unusual' and certainly unique record behind them, the i947 spike aggregation looks forward to another successful season. l-lowever, at press time, it is not known whether or not the Coach jim Pursell Warrior track record has been upheld. This en- viable record is by no means a result of accident or from lack of stiff competition, but is due to the good material which through the past years has graced the reservation and to the untiring efforts, true sportsmanship, and superb coaching of Coach jim Pursell, Not to be forgotten when praise is passed around is Tom Wilcox, the Coach who supplies the Bee and Cee teams with spike knowl- edge and renders invaluable aid to all throughout the season. This year's varsity performers consist of six re- turning lettermen, plus many holdovers from last year and a host of hopefuls up from the Bee ranks. Standouts in their individual events are Ronnie Buck, Allen jayne and Rod Kenmore in the l00 yard dash and the 220. ln the high hurdles we find the triple threat of jack Dean, jim Menge, and jackson Quine, while skimming the lows are jack Dean, Dave Moore, and jackson Quine. Mov- ing on to the longer distance races, the 440 spot- light centers on Tom Elliott, Dick Crumley, and Tom Williamson. Stellar standout in the 880 is pace-setter Bill Bretthauer, closely followed by Bob Moyer. Switching to the mile, we find Don Hangen holding down the first position, with Frank Bruner close on his heels. In the field events three top-men distinguish themselves in the pole vault, Dave Moore, Bob Van Dy-ke and Phil Dennis, while in the high jump is jim Menge, Fred Oakley and Ed Koster. The broad jump provides another triple-threat, Don Betts, Stan Christ, and Bob Kramer. Last but not least is the shot-put, dominated by the dynamic duo of Darrell jordan and Russ Childs. Other strong contenders for starting berths in their individual events are: Don Llewellyn and Bob Wilke, l00 and 2203 Don Morrison, jim Chappel, and Bob Wilkinson, hurdlesg Artie Ham- ilton and Willis Chambers, 440, john Booth and Steve Reyes, 880, julian Ganz and john Kendall, mile, Wilbur Creagar, broad jumpg Malcolm Pier- son, Bob Bacon, and Ed Vxfedemeyer, shot put, , 1: 21,2 42 . , 'V' ,gfjcv , T I X 3 B , sc! , f fn 1 si' 1 E mera K1 ,fa 3' iv I K Mm A 2:1 My , ' -V 1" F, X , - ff ff ,4x,ff.i,f,:fs1 ' ,Ny ' sw Q K. I jf .U SH. , nf I f, Q f 3 .. rw' ,, er.. v. WZ i Q ,.,, League Threats in the Highs--Dean and Menge and The l947 Bee squad, with strength and depth in almost all events, looks forward to a successful sea- son after dropping a practice meet by a single lowly point. Main point garnerers are Gene Hudson, Dick Reynolds, and Morley Bates, sprintsg Wayne Graves, Rudy Schad, and Bill Kerr, hurdles, Bob Hanley and Duke Wilson, 6603 Wally Fouts and "Skip" Tetrick, the l32O. ln the field events are Dave Dietrich, Chuck Pea- ee tqcle cock, and Ted Lapadakis, pole vaultg john Sheffield, and Phil Linz, shot put. john Walker and Don Petitt, broad jump, round out the team. Showing a real spirit of enthusiasm, the Cee track team is sparked by the following point-minded mid- gets: Bob Newhouse and Bill Smith, sprints, Bob Schad, hurdles, Ralph Primo and Leland Kerr, 660. Keith Klose in the high jump completes the roster of squad leaders. BEE AND CEE TRACK SQUADS First row: Snodgrass, Klose, Newhouse, Smith, Fulton, Stevenson, Emenegger, Burns, Evans, Markey, Dietrich, D. Harker Second row: Kerr, B. Moyer, Primo, DeSilva, Fouts, Tetrick, Graves, Schad Third row: Boyd, Moore, Cast, Hanley, Lapadakis, Sheffield, Pettit, Coz, Kiski, Neff, Kageya, Monroe Fourth row: Ralls, Gottfredson, Shuken, Linz, Yamaguchi, Patterson, Clark, Hartunian, Wilson, Walker, Dorane, Dominquez, Bates, Peacock, Hudson -xr. . . .. 2 , .2 . s - wx, 1. ' . 'B T. . al, - 4. ' . na. GYM SQUAD First row: Lurch, james, Delgado, lnatomi, Trostrud, Harker, lennings, Briscoe Second row: Wiehl, Garret, Cooper, Errington, Levine, Edwards, Walthall, Schaefer, Aalvik, larabin, Skinner, Aumaier Third row: Price, Smith, D. Lexau, Van Dyke, Cracomi, Kono, Williams, Ellena, Moon, Mc- Ivor, Hunt, Eades Fourth row: Clothier, Cohen, Muller, Collingwood, DeHaas, Stevens, Behlow, Tanaka, Tanji, , Saito, Vorkapich, Eplingv Maury, Winthrop The lron Cross-Norman Cooper on the Rings The gym team, sparked by Coach Bill Ruess, met some of the most outstanding squads in the city. Development was fast for a first year of competition. The Warrior gym- nasts lost a first encounter at l-lamilton, which had several top city contestants from last year, and met defeat in Fair- fax and Hollywood meets, but improvement was great. ln Art Garrett and Bob Van Dyke on the Bar. each meet, points were doubled and increased interest and training evident. The Dorsey Dons, leading contenders for city honors, gave the Warriors needed experience and ex- ceptional technique. ln the last meet with Venice, known for championship teams, the Uni-matmen took four firsts out of a possible seven. enni The University Net-men, with Mr. Harmon as sponsor, have worked diligently in developing a new racquet team this year. The fellows had two initial handicaps to over- come, finding a sponsor and a suitable gym period for prac- tice. To determine who will compete in a meet, practice tournaments are held throughout the week. From the en- tire squad of enthusiastic racquet-wielders, nine men are pic-ked to play, five singles and two doubles. The home tournaments this year will be held at U.C.L.A. TENNIS SQUAD First row: Hahn, Bowen, Griffin, Sheppard, Younkin, Wenzel, Smith, Gorfinkle, Riddle Second row: Younng, Lindoff, Peters, Bowyer, Nogle, Berman, Woodward, Dixon, Wash- burn, Mr. Boyd Harmon, Sponsor " " i l I E i ' , L L ' ..-. . - W W. CABINET Biller, Thomas, Rowe, Volder, Sherriffs, Lawrence Shetler, Falconer, McCracken ik! 'Nth etic HOCKEY INSTRUCTORS Genevieve M. Harrison, Isabel B. Seminario, Mary Martin, Lura F. Love, Martha C. Wetzel l2th GRADE G.A.A. First row: Serrano, Robers, McCutchan, Vorkapich, Sa- wahata, Young, Grossman, Biller, Simcoe, Shitamoto Chaffin, Hopkirk, Falconer, Lazier Second row: Benites, Martinez, Darling, Ladyman, Pat- ton, Pease, Rowe, Buller, Burrill, Van Duzer, Nettle May I. Wherry 1 Third row: Scott, Brinkman, Heyler, Lochridge, Leib, Bearman, Wherry, Finck, Miles, Miller, Davis, Larson, Shore 1 . AAvci4tivn . '..Q ' A A A-10 G.A.A. First row: Ariaz, Kay, Kezzar, lonson, Gabini, Cravello, Hatago, Block, Nieto, Toy Second row: M. McCaron, Lazier, C. McCaron, Kerr, M. McCracken, Marvin, Schaffer, Dennis, Hagen llth GRADE G.A.A. First row: Greer, Araishi, Fialkoff, Keisa, S. Sullivan Xeniades, Graham, Partin, Cooper, Miller, Simmons, Reid Dieterle, Henderson Second row: Kudo, lshioa, Anderson, Palmer, Harris Gilbert, Carlson, Douglass, Smith, Stumer, Croft, Burruss Dennis, I. Bassett, Cundall, Young, Robinson Third row: Miss Love, Strong, Sampson, Driehaus, Heinz Gairdner, leffries, Parker, Black, Lawrence, S. Dennis Biggs, Devereux, Taylor Fourth row: Taylor, Thomas, Burgess, Dunbar, West Christopher, Van Rossen, Ulrich, Shetler, Epstein, Het- zell, Anning, Ramseyer, Thomas. Alan ' ,Al Gaily singing "Sailing on Together," the members of the Girls' Athletic Association breezed through a delightful sea of l946- l947 activities, sponsored by Miss Seminario and Miss Wetzel, who stowed her seabag at Uni for the first time this year. Under the command of Skipper Gwen Lewis, the good ship G.A.A. dropped anchor first at San Pedro High for a playday with Torrance, Gardena, Banning, Narbonne, and San Pedro. Carrying back top honors, the girls swabbed the decks and polished brass for play day at the home port when they gave Venice, Marshall, and Fairfax battle in volley- ball, speedball, basketball, baseball, and bad- minton. The successful launching of the school cheering section during football season which was put into operation by Ann Elser, Com- missioner of Girls' Recreation, and the Letter- girls, was another outstanding activity. The blue U over the sea of white made a spectacu- lar sight and urged Warriors on to victory. After celebrating Christmas leave, the G.A.A. climaxed a busy tour of duty with their semi-annual banquet. Officers for the fall semester were: President, Gwen Lewis, Vice-President, Shelia Higgins, Secretary, Louise Burrill, Treasurer, Aimee Lou Van- Duzer, Tenth-Grade Representative, loan Young, Eleventh-Grade Representative, Mary lean Davis, Twelfth-Grade Representative, Carolyn Stevens, and Cheer Leaders, Glenellen Douglas, Betty Biller, Marjorie Cooper, and leannine Pease. Those wearing the gold braid for the spring voyage were: President, Vera Sherriffs, Vice- President, Pat Volder, Secretary, Shirley Rowe, Treasurer, Gay Thomas, Twelfth-Grade Rep- resentative, Diane Falconer, Eleventh-Grade Representative, loan Shetler, Tenth-Grade Representative, Molly McCracken, Cheer Leaders, lanice Ferris, Betty Biller, and Betty Lawrence. The Good Neighbor Policy was well estab- lished when Uni Mermaids were guests at two spring playdays. After new recruits proved their rates to Neptune and became full fledged members, their first destination was Holly- BASKETBALL Marilyn McCaron, Molly McCracken, Marilyn Epstein, lanice Babban, Audrey Lazier wood High where sixty top-notch ship mates participated in tough competition. Next, ac- cording to the Ships' Log, May l4' was "U" day with Los Angeles High. During the spring months each grade spon- sored an outing or party climaxed by the spring banquet, where letters were awarded and the Khalifs bid Aloha. SPEEDBALL if Kg? A . X 'Af ,, SJ www W 'bmw-,., md., 'wo , ' nk , M I ,V , if M f f , f ., W ww " ' M , ' ffl! , Q W X xr ,, Q M km!! Wm R " A W., .,f 1 ' f 0 WM 44 -5 1 X fx f Z f M N ,v aw S, 0 f 'N ' 3,-.. , Wa' ff . , f ff ff f ,Eg , ax 1 qw A f f X , gm. X Q f fx - 2' -x " JN ,, J. f M Q mf Xi U 0 , ,MQW , , fsyfij f, ,y 2, , vf ,f W . ,wx-wr Q, 1 416,52 N , V ,f X f 'W ,fc I ' ,WMM 23 I ? . 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Robert Weaver R- L- Dans eAe fficefm Below, FIRST PLATOON First row: Frank Allen, Bruce Forsythe, Gerald Barclay, Robert Brown, Paul Nelson, Bill Ward, Roger, Scoville, Cary Hess, Robert Weber Second row: Hiroshi Tatsumi, Charles Phillips, Bob Knapp, Don Bane, Albert Lassos, lack Neuberger, Ted Carnes, Dick Wulliger Third row: Rudy Garcia, Bill Chester, Bill Pain, Tom Darlington, Bill lanes, Normen Geis ' v I A I R.O.T.C. BAND First row: Harold Wilcox, Don Driehaus, james Norberg, Don Brauer, Frank Durham Carlton Dudley, Dick Walker - --H V- ------M-J Second row: Bruce Talbert, Don Wattles, lack Pollock, Bob Kissing, Karl Tarquin Harry Shapero, Art Priegleb, Capt. Sam Skinner COMMANDING OFFICER AND STAFF First row: TfSgt. Craig Courtney, Sgt. Major Iohn Davies Second row: Lt. Col. Allen Niems, Major lack Cunning- ham, lst Lieut. Humphrey Stuetzel eqining Cvepn Below, SECOND PLATOON First row: john Bringham, Warren Spear, Bill Lambert, Robert Mayken, Larry Zehnder, Ken Macdonald, Galt lngraham, lim Rammelkamp Second row: George Lerma, Earl Iacobs, Herb Cohen, Norman Colds, Grier Moore l i i l 44 COLOR GUARD Phil Healy, Kurt Schloss, Fred Kiser, Paul Meeker l THIRD PLATOON University l-ligh is one of the l4 schools in the Los Angeles system that offers an R.O.T.C. course to fellows interested in military science. Sergeants Davis and joslin have as- sisted Captain Wilder in producing an out- standing battalion at Uni this year. With three days of drill, one of theory, and one of athletics, the fellows have been prepared to go out for and bring back top honors. The R.O.T.C. has maintained its high rating in rifle matches, shows, and national competi- tions this year, winning third place in a rifle match held at U,C.L.A. with thirteen other schools. Activities included two shows at Emerson junior High School, an exhibition for the P.T.A., participation in Army Week, and a parade at Long Beach. During the Easter holidays, March Field was inspected and the fellows learned about training and living con- ditions provided there, and on April l9th the drill team, the band, and color guard partici- pated in the California Band Concert held at U.C.L.A. These activities have kept the R.O. T.C. on its toes but the big event of the year has yet to come at the time of this writing. Federal inspection by officers of the Sixth Army will climax weeks of preparation. The Military Ball, sponsored by the Sabre and Chevron Club, will follow the inspection as a highlight in R.O.T.C. activities. During the fall semester the battalion, which consisted of two companies, was head- ed by Lieutenant Colonel Bertram Lee, Major Don Menegay, Captain Adjutant Conrad Aughinbaugh and Captain l-latch Graham. For greater effectiveness the R.O.T.C. was re- organized at the beginning of the spring se- mester into one company which had as the battalion commander, Lieutenant Colonel Allen Neims. Also serving as staff officers were Major jack Cunningham, Captain Adju- tant Bob Brown and lst Lieutenant Humperey Stuetzel, with john Bringham as company commander. Q First row: Dick Sanchez, james jackson, john Petty, Daniel Herrera, Marshall Fichman, Leon Mendenhall, George Garcia, Don MacGillivray, Dave Thoms, jim Pisciotta, Roy Frym Second row: Ray Pascal, Robert johnson, Larry Harmon, Roger Boothby, Bob McNeal, Earl Kavanau, Bill Burnes, Al Daniels, King Fitchner, Al- fred Eye, Bill Brown Third row: Paul Terry, William Dana, john Quartucy, Bill Glascock, Sam Robertson, Franci D I P t N I S 'GSS ef, e e or ey, Tom Ross, jerry Storrs L.. --W.---gg. sw ,fw- 4 5? 1 Q ' 74. 1 U - aff, " E i4"SA'x 1?'44'fA!"'IxM'l?'Ylwl' I -V ' f' if ff xkly 1 N g xljj','fjAg.-1,yng5g Q 7 M '15 fp, X f' fb WN , I ww' G Z ' ' I Wx, x f K K+ ff 2, 4 V wZ1"'f' sf ,fn 'v 0 yjwzx f f fx N f NZ X X f . v, fs 54 ' ,,, ,.., www 9 A V, ffifitbf x , 1 , gig, I 'V '47 V L- I ,Q ,?.!J!y4 ha f Q' ZX fww A K ' fm , - ,Mgr V .X DA my X ' 1, f, , ,xA, 2 wx , wi .. +' MK . X X 2 X X nj BEAUTY HARMONY APPRECIATION FEELING . ,,,, . Carol Leonard and leanne Le Marinel The active drama department presented two "Color Day" revues, two plays, and aided in the Operetta production. The '47 Club Continental theme, with top hat backdrop cleverly executed by the stage crew and Mrs. Felton, vied for Color Day honors, with the unique S'47 idea of raising on stage a lighted Khalif tent. The suave formality of the Continentals differing widely from the easy grace of the Persian Khalifs, Thorton Lake and Betsy Stimson made both days outstanding. Miss Barnes, drama coach, chose for the W,46 sen- ior play the sparkling three art comedy, "Our Hearts were Young and Gay" and for the S'47 Senior Class, the one act comedy "The Mad Breakfast." Scenes from the former appear on these pages but both the playlet and the Operetta "Pirates of Penzance" came too late in the year to be included in the Chieftain. NIGHT CAST Left to Right: Frank Loy, Betsy Ross, Larry Levitt, Norman Burns, Betty Williams, Hatch Graham, Betsy Stimson, Thorton Lake, Eleanor Iayne T 1 afiei 'Kew xt is STAGE CREW Front row: Lendley, Pope, Smith, Heinmiller, Chief Electrician Second row: Young, Rosencrans, john- son, Hunt, Tennings, Graves, Harner, Brechtbill, Schlimmer, Sound Chief: Mills Third row: Stuetzel, Younkin, West, Wiehl, Stage Manager: Howard, Stage "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough CAST OF CHARACTERS Steward ................................... Ray Lull, Mark Levey Mrs. Skinner ............................ Janet Martin, Betsy Ross Cornelia' Otis Skinner . .. .. Jeanne LeMarinel, Betty Williams Otis Skinner -- ....... ....... B ill Stringtellow, Frank Loy Emily Kimbrough .... .... C arol Leonard, Betty Stirnson Purser ............ ....... J ohn Young, Ervin Scott Stewardess ...,.. ..... M inna Tobin, Lola Smith Dick Winters .. . .... Stan Johnson, Thornton Lake Admiral .,..... ....... B ill Giacalone, Bob Weber Harriet St. John . Ann Gillenwaters, Gloria Lightfoot Winifred Blaugh ..... Frances Price, Dianna Herbert Leo McEvoy ..... Roger Peterson, Hatch Graham Inspector ...... John Bringham, Larry Zehnder Therese ............ ..... - - ............ Pat Wenzel Madame Elise ........ Gloria Stevenson, Eleanor Jayne Monsieur de le Croix .... ......... P aul Seitts, Larry Levitt Window Cleaner ................ . - . . . Merv Adelson, Norman Burns Students whose names appear first played the after- noon performance, the other cast played in the even- ing. At both presentations the acting and stage set- tings were warmly applauded by large and apprecia- tive audiences, who showed approval of the excellent l923 costuming and musical arrangements. Manager: Flemming, Hamblin "THE MAD BREAKFAST" Isabel McReynolds Gray CAST OF CHARACTERS Mrs. Simpkins .. .................. Minna Tobin, Janet Ratley ' ' Betsy Ross, Barbara Jiminez -- . Audrey Somers, Jayne Brown . . . .. June Rowley, Carol Leonard .. . . Win Woodward, Jacque Phillips Louise Burrill, Barbara Shitfman .. Maurice Turner, Bill Stringtellow Malcolm Pierson, Harry Elliott Larry Hunt, Ervin Scott Mr. Long . ..... ................... W ilbur Creager, Larry Swindell Llzzle ....... Miss Brown . . . Miss Smith . . . Miss Green . Mrs. Hill . . . Mr. Hill ..... Mr. Roberts .. Mr. Jones .... This playlet concerned the people of a boarding house who became involved in the scheme of a prac- tical joker. The mad pace of the whacky farce was kept to a high pitch by a well chosen cast and clever direction. Both casts received an enthusiastic re- sponse from student audiences. DAY CAST Left to Right: janet Martin, Bill Stringfellow, jeanne Le Marinel, Stan johnson, Bill Giacaloni, Roger Peterson, john Young, Carol Leonard, Ray Lull, Minna Tobin, john Bringham, Frances Price, Anne Gillenwaters 'l i GIRLS GLEE CLUB 'lst row: Franks, Miriello, Matthias, McEldowney, Sallinger, Iones, Bijach, Strong, Dennis, Nakaya lst Violins: Thompson, Ferguson, Wendt, Nito. Znd Violins: Lane, Teska, Gardner soon: Hewitt. Saxophones: Biller, Epstein meyer. Trombone: Clothie 2nd row: Iken, Hays, Bullock, Boyer, Gross, Black, Toscano, Mclntyre, Tellez 3rd row: Bannet, Labell, Seiler, Streight, Klekher, Harmon, Irving, Castio, Espinosa, Mercado V 4th row: Caroll, Brown, Owen, Giuliano, Menelaus, Weil, Pickett, Kenmore, Walters Sth row: Campbell, Watson, Erskine, Saxon, SoRell, Bernhoff, Burruss SENIOR ORCHESTRA Ornold, Hopkirk, Garcia, Douce, Haller, Mirande, S. Lazier, Fife, Robinson. Violas: Engel, Taylor, Sheff Duerr, Shaq, Kirkmann, Douglass, Bonner, Hewitt, M. Lansbury, B. Lansbury, E. Calhoon. Base Viol Cellos: Stewart, Smith, A. Lazier, Bond. Flutes: Wenger, DeSilva, Boyer. Oboesz Tarquin, Isaacs. Bas Meyers, Davis, Stewart, I. Kaplan, Brooksl , Darling. Trumpets: Sutter, Cobb, Batcheller, Skinner. Percussion: Hall, Hagund, Dudley. Piano: Buck r, Walker. French Horn: Briegleb, Talbert. Clarinet: Shadrick, Hillman, Walthall, Stratton. A CAPPELLA Ashley, Benefiel, Bouillon, Briggs, Brown, Carroll, Cham- berlain, Cundall, Cunningham, De Hass, Denson, Dixon, Elliott, Falconer, Falsetti, Fiscus, Foster, Clomb, Hall, Haver, Hicks, Hoyt, A. jayne, E. jayne, johnson, Kals- man, Ketchum, Kleinhall, C. Leonard, D. Leonard, Mayo, Meyers, Mickelson, Miller, Odle, Partin, L. Peterson, R. Peterson, Pixley, Prosser, Recor, Romney, Rowley, Sanders, Schekman, Schoenberg, Schneider, Shaw, Shet- ler, Shitamoto, Simcoe, Simon, D. Smith, j. Smith, Somers, Spring, Stevens, Stickney, Stringfellow, Stroop, Swindell, Turner, Van Dyke, Wagner, Wayne, Wheeler, Wilford, Woodbury Because of the many activities of the Music Department, it is difficult to divide praise and credit between the A Cappella, Boys' GIee, Girls' Glee, and Senior Orchestra. They are in constant demand, not only for University per- formances, but for outside groups. In addition to providing music for the Color Days, Senior Play and Operetta productions, the Senior Orchestra presented a special con- cert of semi-popular numbers for the school and P.T.A. Outside activities have brought many honors to University through these fine musicians, who won an outstanding rating in the Spring Festival, had five members in All- City Orchestra and sent eleven reservationists to Salt Lake City with the Southern California Orchestra. The highlight of the group's social season, however, was the Alumni Banquet un- der the direction of Orchestra president, Betty Biller. lts success assures the banquet of be- coming an annual affair. In the fall the A Capella was a guest at the Eagle Rock High School Choir Festival and later, with the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs, presented a fine Christmas program in their home auditorium. Weeks of intense rehearsal will be climaxed this spring by a keenly antici- pated production of "The Pirates of Penz- ance," considered one of Gilbert and SuIlivan's most difficult operas for a school chorus. The principals of a cast chosen as the Chieftain met its copy deadline, were: Larry Swindell, Sam Haver, Howard Pixley, Bill Stringfellow, Stan johnson, Will Ricor, Ken Shaw, Harry Elliott, Elton Kelchum, Bill Simon, lvlardy Wagner, jean Hoyt, Audrey Somers, Kris Romney, Grace Partin, Nancy Stroop, Doris Denson, Ellie jayne, Mary jane Wilford, june Rowley. I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I I I I I I I BOYS' GLEE CLUB lst row: Perrin, Taylor, Daley, Moore, Ken- more, Bernhoft, Van Dyke, Watson, Fishel Price Znd row: jones, Ninteman, Onderwyzer King, Martin, Morrison, Windsor, Onti- veros, Estrada, Holguin 3rd row: Winthrope, johnson, Riffe, B Wilke, Hollister, Shaffer, Klose, Walker Collings 4th row: Randall, Balt, Robledo, Gonzalez Rivas, D. Wilke, Miller l+ WARRIOR EDITORS Ronnie Buck, Pete Stone, Ceorgeanne Wherry, Howard Matlow NEWS STAFF First row: Mildred Snyder, Sally Horn, loanne Wherry, Lorena Fletcher, jerry Briggs, Dolly Douglas 2nd row: Bob Gladson, Charles Nogle, Gay Riley, john Davies, Martin Colds, Larry Swindell George Rohrs, Stan Seltzer If the end of second period every Friday is a little more confused than usual, the reason is the distribu- tion of Unihi's weekly newspaper, the Warrior. Guided by Miss Katherine Reed in the editorial de- partment, and Mr. Elmer King in printing, the Warrior gives news of school affairs, clubs, student activities, sports, editorials, and coming events to over 2,000 students, as well as a large number of alumni and the faculty. Last fall the Warrior started a new policy of a double editorial staff, so twice as many students would be able to learn the difficult problems of dead- lines, headline writing, and the fitting together of the jigsaw-puzzle-like dummy. The fall staff, headed by editors-in-chief Ronnie Buck and Pete Stone, consisted of news editors Chuck Nogle and Howard Pixley, features, Lorena Fletcher and C-eorgeanne Wherry, sports, Paul Pressman and Larry Swindell, editorials, john Davies and Dolly Douglas, exchanges, Mary jo Staples. Bob Cladson and Martin Colds made up the sports staff, and the reportorial staff included Betty Cable, Kitty Campbell, Carlotta jelm, Howard Matlow, jack Quine, Cay Riley, Barbara Scott, Christie Vogel, Anne Wear, Patsy Pumphrey, and jerry Briggs. Howard Pixley was the Commisioner of Publications. ln spring, Pete Stone took over the reins as Com- missioner of Publications, and Howard Matlow and Ceorgeanne Wherry became editors-in-chief. News editors were john Davies and Martin Colds, features, were handled by jerry Briggs and Cay Riley, sports, by Bob C-Iadson, editorials by Dolly Douglas. The posi- tion of student advisor was created to help the re- porters with problems. Lorena Fletcher, Paul Press- man, and Larry Swindell held these positions. The sports staff was represented by Dick Pilmer, Paul Pressman, Stan Sletzer, Larry Swindell, and Bill Woods, the reportorial staff by Sally Horn, Patsy Pumphrey, josephine Mondello, Barbara Murray, Nessa Parker, Ceorge Rohrs, Barbara Scott, Mildred Snyder, Kathe- rine Tumrnel, and joanne Wherry. Indispensable to Warrior production is the print- staff. Don Barnes was the shop foreman in the fall, and his staff included Bob Trotter, pressman, Diana Mosely, linotype, john Potter and john Coodwin, make- up, jim Menge and Mark Hurford, circulation. Spring foreman was Bob Trotter, and his staff consisted of Doris McCullum, proof reader, Kurt Schloss, linotype, jim Menge and jim Eddy, circulation, john Potter and john Goodwin, makeup, and Don Barnes and Norman Cooper, pressmen. These staffs have met deadlines, special editions, and last minute stories competently, to give Univer- sity High its eagerly awaited weekly Warrior. PRINTING STAFF Don Barnes, john Potter, Norman Cooper, Doris McCollum, Kurt Schloss, jim Eddy, Bob Trotter, jim Menge, Mr. King l CHIEFTAIN EDITORS Carol Pumphrey, Norman Burns, Marilyn Moe, Ianice Gooch An annual must be planned, photographed, illustrated, engraved, edited, captioned, print- ed, proof-read, advertised and sold. Both fall and spring staffs took part in all production activities and in choosing Southern California for a theme it was their hope that the scenes and moods of our daily lives be caught in scratch board and in photograph to remind each Warrior of this year at University High School. Faculty members backing the publication were Mr. Lindsey, general sponsor, and Mrs. Heisig, art sponsor. A great deal of credit is due them both for their interest and guidance. The editorial staff was competently headed by Carol Pumphrey, who found that write-ups, re-writes, deadlines and the many details of nH I 12 EDITORIAL STAFF Pat Goldsmith, Pat Francis, Carlotta lelm, Larry Weir the publication and sale of an annual can con- sume time and energy but also be lots of fun. Norman Burns, as Technical Editor, was in charge of the dummy, making sure that the problems of space allotment, lay-out adjust- ment and picture reduction were solved. Lorena Fletcher took the responsibility for the class section and wrote the copy for the Con- tinentals and Khalifs as well as for the War- rior Staff. Carlotta jelm made picture ap- pointments for over 400 seniors and wrote of drama and club activities. Margaret Heyler was responsible for the musical organizations and the G.A.A., while jack Moore covered the Boys' League and Unihi's football teams. joanne Wherry had the Girls' League, George- anne Wherry, administration, Don Raymond, track, Bob Van Dyke, gym and tennis and Howard Matlow, baseball. Dave Moore wrote of basketball and helped plan the cover de- sign while Louise Phillips and Marcia Tucker were active in countless tasks which ranged from typing and picture arrangement to writ- ing captions and identifying group pictures. As heads of the art staff, the talented janice Gooch and Marilyn Moe planned the dummy and made the layouts for the i947 Chieftan, aided by Pat Francis. Competition was keen for the choice of illustrations for division pages. lanice Gooch originated the club page, Marilyn Moe, classes, Barbara Hei- man, student government and Tetsuo Takeu- chi, sports. Marilyn MacKenzie's illustration for fine arts was chosen, as was Bobbe Solo- mon's finis page. 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