University High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1953
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T INDIANS, THE PADRES, THE DONS. THE GRINGOS
CULTURE RNIS IS THE HERITAGE OF UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL
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Because the srte of the beauteous campus of Unrversrty I-hgh
School covered by hrstory and leqend rn layers of culture 1S one
of the most stoned spots ln Southern Cahfornra the Chreftaln
turns back to the days of the Indrans the Padres the Grlnqos
andthe Westerners to re create the romance of yesterday when
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After We ore gone
Memories will linger on
l eLAyens ore legving you.
Red sweaters shining bright
Will be our guiding light
No mgtter what We shctll olo.
, ' f U Like thot sun up in the sky
We'll oll shine by otnd by for Uni l-li
y' -ond you'll be seeing
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Theres going to be or gregt olgy.
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Fall eI.Ayen Officers ffrom left to rightj
- I - Sylvia Rhodes. secretary: Ianice Maupin. assistant treasurer: Gary
Spring eI.Ayen Officers Cleft to .nqhtl - - Childress, president: Marilyn Piersel. girls' vice-president: Diana Ryan.
Gordon Treharne, president: Michelle Vale, assistant treasurer: Ianice treasurer: Bob Douglas, boys: vice-presidem
Maupin, girls' vice-president: Rene Laufer. secretary: Shelia Brand,
assistant secretary: Margie Drake, treasurer: Bob Douglas. boys'
, Sparked by their capable leaders, Gordon Treharne and
Gary Childress, the eLAyens of Winter '53 sped through a fast
year of Work, fun and festivities under the able guidance of Miss
Thelma Duncan and Mr. Melzar Lindsey.
ln a setting of sparkling lights of a gay city at night, these
seniors dazzled their audience with their scintillating "Night on
the Town." Other highlights that will find space in their mem-
ory books are the presentation of their fire engine red sweaters,
their beautiful prom and the grand finale itself-the Commence-
Mike Ebert, Gary Childress, Gordon Treharne. Shirley Fleming
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Leon Cgrrere Loren Cunningham l iii
Gary Childress Irene Curiel ly
Dennis Clark LCIYFY DGCOU f
Margaret Drake Daniel Garcia Daniel Hefferman Bud Hutchins
Myrna Feiqenbaum Peter Granz Leland Hiney
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Dolores Feck Gordon Goldman lune Hills 'William lones
'qw Shirley Fleming Stephen Graves Herbert Hirsh
Harvey Firestone lanet Gulsloy lohn Hoifer
Diane Freeman Harue Hayashida Tony Ho s
William Freudenstein Bruce Hays Gary Hunt
Setsuo Kawabata Ronald Lerche Ianice Maupin Betty Mueller
Richard Lachman Dorothy Llttle MarJor1e Mergener
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Kenneth Kelton Sharon Levy Ricky Maus Ruth Nakagawa
Gretchen Knowles Gerald Libsack Charles McCleary Ioan Nakamura
loan Koller Billie Lightfoot David Mclntyre Mitgi Nelson
Gail Korte Virginia Lister Ann McKnight Iimmy Qighi
Eleanor Larson Ronald Manning lerry Mezerow
Renee Lauter Phillip Mason Lynn Miller
Tony LeBeclci Kilcuye Masuda Dolores Mohr
Alfred Lenz Marjory MacCready Sharon Meyers
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Roberta Pollock Sylvia Rhodes William Sheffield
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Sally Post Barbara Rissman Marilyn Sherman
Kenneth Price William Robledo loy Siemsen
Carol Pulliam Ramona Robles Bob Simmerman
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Patricia Stine loanne Tredick Ann Wollrnan Mr. Melzar Lindsey
lim Stines Gordon Treharne Ronald Woodrnansee
lohn Stockwell Noel Tucker Nadja Wrangell
lames Styner Robert Van Triet
Richard Syrnons Bill Wagner
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Iamaican Class Song
Tune: "Get Happy"
Come on lamaicans, let's be happy
Although we're leaving Uni l-li,
Come on lamaicans, let's be happy
Though time has come to say goodbye.
Come on lamaicans, put on your sunshine,
lt soon will wipe all your blues away,
Although we've had loads of fun at Uni,
We're waitin' tor our promised day.
Qur class soon will be leaving,
Our three years are now through,
The tom-toms ot lamaica,
Will sound mem'ries ot you.
Come on lamaicans, sing l-lalleluiah,
Our yellow sweaters will surely be,
lust one remembrance tor you at Uni,
About the summer class ot '53.
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SPRING IAMAICAN CLASS OFFICERS FALL IAMAICAN CLASS OFFICERS
Top row Bob Sunness president: Dana Ziegler. treasurer: Harry Oppen- Margaret Chamberlain. assistant treasurer Ioy Brunner qrrls vrce
hem-,er boys vice P1-esldenf president: Boy Schumacer, boys' vice-president Bob Sunness presxdent
The chcmt of drums, bright yellow sweciters cmd ct coriqd line
opened o semester of fun, Work cmd qoy festivities. The lomdi-
ccms' exotic tropicomzo Color Ddy, the long-dnticipdted prom
cmd the thrilliriq dey of the qroduottion concluded o series ot
octivities which will remcriri cts indelible cfs the bright ldmdiccm
The Iamarcans present their sweaters
Martha Simcoe, secretary: Dana Ziegler. treasurer
Elizabeth Adair Richard Bates Benjamin BerrY Edward Booth HCIUOH Bright ' E1
Iune Arima Elorene Benson David Blanqsted
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Melinda Adelson Richard Behlks Beverly Besch Ruth Boss
Harvey Aikens Connie Bell lohnnie Ann Bilbo Dorothy Bower
Glenn Alperstein Barbara Bellman loseph Biller Don Bowers
Duane Ament Barbara Bennett Ruth Billings Patricia Bowman
lames Armstronq Lawrence Benson Lee Blodaett
Clyde Auauston Diane Berqoii Stephen Boadt
Kathryn Ban Beatrice Bernstein Edward Bolke
Eleanor Barnett Michael Bernstein Ridiflfd Bonner
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Dick Bfustlin Vivian Chertok Bob Csillag
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Dave Broderick l-'redrica Chamberlain Bonnie Craig Marilyn DeWitt
Coy Brown Margaret Chamberlain Lynn Crandall Gordon Dickson
Doris Brown Barbara Chapen William Crookston Barbara Downs
Ioy Brunner Rayetta Chayer Rodney Crossley Sandy Durkee
Roger Bryan Patricia Clinton Donald Cunningham
Melvyn Budnick Caroline Coats Patricia Davis
Beatrice Bystrom Iudy Coleman Stuart Davis
Robert Carrillo I. W. Colin Iulie Dean
Ann Dutton Helen Flores Theresa Gonzales Peter Gritt IGm9gGWlll
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Donald Forsythe David Goodman Carolyn Grobe QQIIHUQG
ludith Foster Sallie Gore Charles Grobe Puma He
ROYal Foster Robert Gottier Kathleen Grossman Linda Hmflglutc
ludY Franklin Tom Gottier Gene Grounds Arlene HSHII1
Shirley Friedman Howard Gray
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Patsy Hannah Phyllis Hibbard Doralee Howell
Patricia Haglund Coletta Herbert
Linda Hallman Hellny Hed
Arlene Hand David Herrinaton
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Carol Taylor Evelyn Toy Mike Walters Carol Weisman
Barbara Terhune Iohn Tucker Karl Wanous Robert Welch
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course for better living. Legend. has it that ll
Father lunipero Serra, camping at this reser- 'ls
vation on one ot his tours ot the missions, one
day cupped the glistening Waters oi the springs 5
in his hands and said, "Saint Monica, these ,
are the tears that you shed for your son Augus- , A
tine," and thus was Santa Monica named. f
Mr. Ralph Wadsworth Mr. Angus Cavanaugh Mr. Edwin Whedon
Principal 1935 - 1948 Principal 1924 - 1935 Principal 1948 - 1951
Because each of these men has meant something special to
this school, and because of their kindly Wisdom, their intelli-
qent leadership, their practical idealism, their understanding
of youth, and their inspiration to thousands of younq people-
to these padres of University l-liah School, past and present,
the students affectionately dedicate the Chieftain.
Mr. Everett Chaffee
Miss Helen Darsie Mr. Carroll Lockridge
Girls' Vice Principal Boys' Vice Principal
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Miss C. McDonald, Nliss M. Albers, Mrs. M. Iurvis
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Miss C. Irvine, Miss K. Wallace, Miss N. Marlin
Miss D. Iohns. Mr. A.
Miss N. McCartney
Miss T. Duncan
Mrs. E. Salmon
Mr. M. Lindsey
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Mzss M. Regmer
Mr I Armsironq
Mr. O. Iimenez
Mr. R. Mcrsteller
Mr. A. Copeland
Mr. S. McLaughlin
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Mr. L. Crandall
Mr. I.. Herbst
Mr. H. Ives
Mr. A. Thomas
Miss L. Love. Mrs. F. Fisher. Mrs. M. Blanchard
Miss M. McCafferty, Mrs. G. Harrison
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Esther Colnon, Dorothy Dunlap Miss B. McHarg, Mrs. I. Shepherd Mrs. F. Brooks. M' B. St
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properties and the great ranchos
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came part of the vast Sepulve-
da rancho-the scene of lively
cattle round-ups, whirling ian-
dangos, and the soft strumming
of guitars, as the Spanish Dons
brought With them music and
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FATHER OF THE BRIDE
The Drama class presented as their fall
production the heart-warming comedy,
"Father of the Bride." Under the stimulat-
ing direction of Mrs. Mary lean Sutcliffe,
assisted by student-director Sally Post, the
two casts gave lively and convincing per-
formances which were enthusiastically
received loy the audiences.
The spirit of the play was enhanced
by the home-like stage sets made and de-
signed by the stage arts students under
the guidance of Mrs. Dorothy Felton and
by the orchestral music directed by Mr.
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
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Mrs. Banks .......
Kay Banks .....
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Kay Banks ,,,.., .,,.....,.. E von Thomas
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In iust a minute we'll see that Warrior band. Pat Haqlund perfects her technique
complete with feathers. step smartly down the
Nothing is complete without music, for in its many moods it creates that added
something which lends spirit, gaiety or solemnity to an occasion. Throughout the
year, as usual, the glee clubs, the A Cappella choir, the band and orchestra
brought pleasure to the music-loving student body many, many times.
To see the band marching down the football field to the rhythmic beat of the
drums and the blare of trumpets, with the drill team following in precision-perfect
patterns is a thrill to all the excited spectators.
Not only did the glee clubs, the choir and the orchestra give many beautiful mus-
ical entertainments, but they assisted at most of the important events such as plays,
assemblies, Color Day, and graduation, and the band Won the highest honor rating
at the Los Angeles City Music Festival.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Sixth row: Mrs. Provan. B. Crookson, H. Oxley, Third row: I. Brunner, S. Neil. I. Kussy. P.
G. Kiltz, Robin Leigh. C. Haqge. Hisey. M. Cooper, I. Hatton. C. Lerche.
Popular performers in ,he Young Artis, Series Fifth row: B. Critenden. D. Williams, D. Blang- Second row: R. Billings. E. Redmond, R. Lello,
,clk it over. A' the piano are N' Maury and stead. E. Ramey, I. Robinson, H. Otis. M. Lello, C. Arcularius, D. Little.
L. Thomas: and standing. D. I-Iostetter. G. Fourth row: T. Davidson, C. Gcrinsley, P. First row: I. Webb, I. Iames, C. Boyd, T.
Walters, E. Warren, M. Ebert. A. Stern. Curry, C. Thompson, E. Thomas, I. Speck. Sherman. D. Bergoff. L. Morris.
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Fourth row: D. Cxxnnuvo, D. Holt. C. Peters
M. Chrzponis, I. Wittrig. S. Packard. A. Smith
P. Wood. I. Kelsey. I. Hughes. C. Kimmell
Third row: A. Wolierbcxrqer. C. Wiseman. B
Pliha. I. Scott. M. Redmond. K. Webb. C. Pur-
sons. P. Reynolds. L. Berry. B. Friedlcmder.
I. Scrlkow. R. Cooper. S. Cohen, P. Folmcxr.
Second row: P. Smith. G. Seger. S. Rossner.
B. Baker, I. Moon. M. Ioseph, I. Boston, P.
Wolverton. N. Voltmcrr, B. Peterson, M. Weds-
meyer, M. A. Beck. P. Logan, I. Otis.
First row: D. Rumus. S. Hczllorun. I. Barrie
N. Dick. W. Willard, K. Fall, P. Schneider.
R. Klinq, E. Iones.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Buck row: B. Mott. C. Brown, B. Oliver, G.
Savage. R. Reel. G. Rouq.
Front row: B. Boule. R. Ziff. I. Robinson. A.
Rodriguez, G. Minear.
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Holmes, G. Parker, I. Onomichi, G. Varner, Miss Addison.
2 T. Kitahara. M. Simcoe. D. Mason, I. Greenrock and A.
' Blank model ihis dream wardrobe irom the Pinafore Shop
A. Mullis. B. Dougal, I. Haiton and I. Maupin loved dressing 5
up for the Suitable Dress Board's annual fashion show.
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The efficiency of these cafeteria assistants means quick relief for
gnawing pangs oi hunger.
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This is ours. remember?
Mrs. Heycock, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Braus and Mrs. Shekel make sure there
is enough to go around.
In the student store G. Varner, P. Winchester and C. Franklin are ready
lor the customers.
Girls' Day finds the clock turned back to childhood days.
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M. Gariield, P. Bowman, T. Sherman, C. Morin.
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The Tucaries, who were organized too late to appear in the regular Tri-Y section.
are rapidly catching up with their sister Tri-Y's. Top row: M. Uyeki, N. Ono, I.
Nakanishi. F. Ishi, M. I-Iombo, N. Akiyama. Bottom row: M. Nishimori, H. Naka-
gawa, I. Narahara. B. Takemoto, C. Ikehara. K. Ikebuchi.
amd The Science Fair drew tremendous crowds of
551,515 interested spectators.
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For those students who professed an interest in the field ot
teaching, Mr. Lucerne Crandall started the Future Teachers ot
America club, which has become active on the reservation and
has done a great deal to acquaint its members with the many
phases of teaching.
One ot its projects was the formal opening ot the Hall ot
Fame, where pictures ot teachers who gained recognition tor their
inspiring teaching were placed in a position ot honor in the main
Top row: I. Nichols, G. Roug, C. Auquston, G. Savage H
Under Mr. Bates' tutelage, the Business Club will train swphens' A' Smlwell' B- Mumine'
the business women of tomorrow. Bottom row: Miss Betty Stevens, W. Scott. K. Ruckett, I. Howard
I. Moon. D. Eichmeyer, L. Carter.
The Fall and Spring Warrior staffs in action
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Warrior editors Renee Lauier, 5qndyPL
Arm Snyder, Sally Post
Spurred by the first-class rating of the Columbia
Scholastic Press Association Which the Warrior re-
ceived last year, Mr. lamison and his staff have
changed, chopped, and added in their endeavor to
make their paper even better than before.
To arouse interest in potential Writers, the cubs
have been encouraged to write active copy and
the exchange department has been expanded to
include every state and twelve foreign countries.
ln the spring Ann Snyder expertly took full
charge of the paper, as the co-editors Renee Laufer
and Sally Post had done in the fall. Last fall the
staff consisted of Managing Editor Ann Snydery first
page, lean Buellg second page, lackie lohnson, lean
Kussy, Alida Roweg sports, Lee Blodgett and Dan
Porter, exchange, Nancy Maggio.
The spring staff consisted of George Phelps and
Penny Smith, first pagep Marty Cooper and Richard
Wheaton, editorialsy lean Kussy and Louis Krichesky,
organization news and features: lerry Measer, sports.
ludy lames was managing editorp while Kathy
Misake and Ruth Streip were efficient typists. Ann
Scudder and Pat Haglund, fall and spring commis-
sioners of publications, coordinated the leadership
class and school paper.
Mr. Thomas shows his pressmen a few
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FALL CHIEFTAIN STAFF SPRING CHIEFTAIN STAFF
Sandy Palmer, Ann Blank, Matye Adams, Monika Sandy Durkee, Eleanor Lewis, Pete Schnitzler,
Riemer, Barbara Boulanger. Betsey Koogle, Phyllis Hibhard. Linda Seligmcm.
That the Chieftain was published by the students of Unihi is true because
many, many different groups assisted in its production. Mr. loe l-lesslein and
his photographers took all the pictures except the individual senior photoe
graphs, Miss Billie Addison and her office staff gave valuable service in
the sales and advertising departments, as did Anne Scudder and Pat l-laglund,
commissioners of publication. Mr. Thomas printed receipt books and mailing
envelops, and Mr. Thomas l-lenly was the source of much of the material
used for the history of the school.
The art worlc was the product of the Chieftain art classes under the
supervision of Miss McCartney and her student-teachers, every member of
the two classes contributing something to the finished product.
The layouts were made by S. Biswell, l. Brown, D. Garett, A. Tamiya,
M. Brayton, C. Hatton, B. Piersol, D. Spencer. The illustrations were the
endeavor of B. Abe, M. Abrams, D. Barwelle, M. Garfield, P. Hannah, B. lones,
L. Littenberg, A. Musgrove, S. Stergis, D. Stermer. Credit for the cover goes
to D. Eichmeyer, D. Goodman, l. Newfield, B. Robles, M. Scully, and l. Meents.
The production staff, of which Phyllis l-libbard was the editor, was respon-
sible for the planning, the compiling and writing of the story of Unihig While
Betsy Koogle took charge of the advertising. .
Chieftain artists discuss their creations
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After the Mexican War, the breaking up of the huge cattle ranclfios
created a real estate boom ot such magnitude that El Pueblo de
Los Angeles, with its mired streets, mud Walls, and adobe houses
emerged a metropolis. Civic-minded Gringos became active in their
newly acquired land and Worked hard to achieve self-government
to make the American dream of democracy a reality.
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Fall Student Body President Gordon Trehcxrne
FALL BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Back: Ellen Rae Toby, Gordon, Treharne, Pele Nelson, Herb Hirsch, lim Kenney, Lynn Miller.
Front: Ann Scudder, Shirley Fleming, Tuyeko Nodcx, Vickie Richards, Iulie Dean. Melinda Adelson,
Ann Dvtion, Bcxbs Bystrom, Evelyn Toy.
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Through the harmonious relations of faculty and
administration, student body, student council, and
Board of Commissioners, this year has been a most
successful one in student government. With Gordon
Treharne and lim Kenney as presidents and Mrs.
Goodwin as sponsor, both fall and spring Boards of
Commissioners did an outstanding job this year lead-
ing the student body through many successful activities,
including the activity card drives, which were sup-
ported in a fine mannerg the student court, newly
formed this sernestery and the fine school dances,
Widely acclaimed by the many who attended. Unihi
Day, the traditional get together, was even better
managed and more fun than usual, thanks to the
cooperation of the entire school.
The Board appropriated 951,200 for some much
needed new equipment for the auditorium, and added
a luxury to our campus in the form of an outdoor
bulletin board to provide a Warrior Guide for the
bungalow area. The various drives, such as P. T. A.,
Community Chest and Red Cross were all generously
contributed to in the usual Uni spirit. All told, this
year comprised a tremendously active and successful
year in student government.
Spring Student Body President lim Kenney
SPRING BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Back: Ray Allen, Bob Abe, Dave Stein. Bob Smith. Bob Cohen, Ed Boll-ce.
Zezei' Front: Pat Haglund, Betty Webb. Carla Sampson, Iulie Dean, Iim Kenney, Claire Franklin
fe2,l'l9l35l "' Noda, Marilyn Webb, Tissie Kiessig.
FALL BOYS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT FALL GIRLS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT SPRING GIRLS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT I UH
Jerry Mecxser Shirley Fleming llllle Demi SPRING BOYSBILIQGW
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No campus organization is involved in so many different projects and has so many
girls actively working in it as has the Girls' League. Under the efficient leadership of
presidents Shirley Fleming in the fall term and lulie Dean in the spring, the Boards surged
The Suitable Dress Board presented the latest fashions at their fashion show, the
Friendship Board promoted the highly successful "Howdy Day," the Senior Service Boards
assisted in the Attendance Office at noon, the Board of l-fearing continued to help those
girls who needed help in solving their problems, and the Display Board, as usual, pro-
moted interest in contests and events through their clever window and bulletin boards dis- FMBOYSWGUE
lim Wood, seueluryetrec
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plays. A newly organized member of the group, the Design and Publicity Board, is
responsible for the banners and posters that have attracted so much attention in the main president.
hall. . .
SPRING GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET
FALL GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET
Top row: Toby Davidson. Diane Bergoff. Donna Reudy, Ioan Lightner, Vivian
Standing: Martha Simcoe. Carolyn Arcularius. Dean Mason, Sally Neil. Iohnston, Gail Waldron. Carolyn Grohe. Ingrid Nelson. Lynn Schwartz.
Ioan Buell. Marilyn Webb. Ioanna Tanner, Ann Cordes. Bottom row: Ann Cordes, Nancy Goldsmith. Marcia Laughlin. Sue Swanson.
Seated: Bea Bernstein. Pat Haglund. lean Kussy. Shirley Fleming. lane Carolyn Arcularius. Iulie Dean, Karen Petker. Melinda Adelson, Ieanette
O'Briant. Betty Webb. Vivian Iohnston. Ianette Hatton. Hatton. Nancy Keen. Bea Bernstein.
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f the Boys' League added
tivities-the paint brush.
Ierry Measer, tall president, and the other members oi the
League brightened the garbage cans strategically located
about the campusp while Bob Smith in the spring super-
vised the painting of "Rese
This year the members o
etbing new to their regular ac
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FALL BOYS' LEAGUE CABINET
lim Wood, secretary-treasurer: Ierry
Measer, vice-president: lim Kenney,
FALL GIRLS' LEAGUE EXECUTIVE
Sally Neil, vice-president: Shirley
Fleming, president: Icxnette Hatton.
treasurer: Betty Webb, secretary.
SPRING GIRLS LEAGUE
Karen Petkar, treasurer: Sue Swan-
son secretary: Carolyn Arculanus,
vice president' Iulie Dean, president.
SPRINGS BOYS' LEAGUE CABINET
Richard Fuqett, secretary-treasurer:
Chertok vice-president: Bob
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I-'ALL SENIOR SERVICE BOARD
Standing: Margarita Nieto, Pat Reynolds, Louise
Thomas, Patty Bowman, Nancy Cohen, Pat Ren-
nings, Michelle Vale. Elizabeth Kono.
Seated: Cathy Miyake, Frances Watanbe, Mary
Parmenter, Bea Bernstein, lean Kussy, lill New-
mark, Rochelle Hronek, Colleen Kennedy.
FALL BOYS' LEAGUE SERVICE BOARD
Standing: Dick Crouch, Arnie Sherman, Roger
Fisher, lack Middlewood, Bill Crookston, Dick
Horning, Bill Comber, Dave Ryan, Gordon Gold-
man, Steve Bernhardt.
Seated: Bill Schoenbeck, Bob Abe, Dave Stein,
Bob Niarin, Bill Chertok, Gerry Leavin, Iim Col-
lins, Bob Sunness, lack Webb.
SPRING SENIOR SERVICE BOARD
Standing: Barbara I-Iassen, Melinda Foss. Mary
Parmenter, Dee Kavanauqh, Shari Meilach, Katy
Thompson, Pam Colvey, Frances Watanbe.
Seated: Francis Watanbe, Cathy Miyake. Margo
Leavin, Diane Crouch, Bea Bernstein, Risha
Malotke, Lee Ptitsen, Patsy Kurtze, Dean Mason.
SPRING BOYS' LEAGUE SERVICE BOARD
Standing: Pete Peck, Al Lasher, Mike Parker, Bob
Herzberg, Bill Crookston, Howard Gray, Bob Smith,
Chris Benjamin, Bill Chertok, Richard Fugett, Mike
Moriarti, Ierry Measer.
Seated: lim Wood, Dave Ryan, Iack Middlewood,
Leonard Miller, Iim Collins, Robbie Wollin, George
Walters, Alan Ralston, Bob Brunner.
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STANDING: A. McKnight, S. Hhoads, I. Buell, M. Rayl. C. Pulliam, L. Thomas,
E. Tobey, M. Piersol, S. Fleming, C. Grohe, M. I-ldelson, I. Dean, M. Simcoe,
A- Dutton. SEATED. R. Scudder, P. Haglund, S. Neil, I. Tanner, I. Kussy,
I. Iames, D. Mason, I. Brunner, A. Wollmcxn, T. Noda, E. Toy. C. Grobe. BOTTOM ROW: P. Haqlund, T. Noda. I. Kussy, D. Mason, E. Toy
E- Tobey, D. Ziegler, S. Neil, V. Iohnson, I. O'Bricmi.
Service, culture and leadership . . . these are the bywords ot the lvlawandas,
the twelfth grade girls' honor organization. Under the able direction oi their new
sponsor, Miss Mary Albers, and the two presidents, Ioanne Tanner and Evelyn
Toy, they have had a busy year.
The Mawandas are responsible for ushering at all student body assemblies,
they also sponsored their second lollipop drive to raise money for school needs,
and these fun-loving girls particularly enjoyed this year's traditional progressive
dinner given in honor of the initiates. They are recognized by their sky-blue blouses,
something new on the campus.
TENTH GRADE COUNCIL
Representatives of tenth grade English classes form a liaison group between
tenth graders and older students to orientate the new ones and help them become
familiar with old traditions and to assist in forming new policies. Meeting with the
Leadership class to discuss school problems, they then return to their classes for
discussion and to obtain suggestions for the betterment of the school
10TH GRADE COUNCIL
FOURTH ROW: D. Chikasawa. B. Og-
den, S. Gerisman, G. Small, L. Miller,
I. Green. C. Weil, R. Brooks, B. Walker
C. Latman, B.Colbert. THIRD ROW: M.
NWA Oleson, P.. Nudell, D. Cox, D. Hersch,
B. Garfield. G. Kay, P. Ycmav, C. Ben-
jamin, D. Hatton, L. Powers, S. Lyddy,
C. Peterson, C. Catalogue, O. Ontiveros,
L. Huckins. SECOND ROW: D. Daugh-
erty, C. Thompson, H. Hicks, S. Borquist,
K. Burrill, P. Petru, M. Ioseph, K. Larrecq,
TOP ROW: T. Kitihara, I. Hatton, C. Arcularius, I. Dean, M- IGHSSU- B'
Bernstein, I- Icrmes, I. Brunner. MIDDLE ROW: M. Simcoe, M. Adelson, I..
Thomas, M. Parmenter. E. Lewis, N. Keen, A. Snyder, R. Mczlotke, E. Tmqloif.
M. Keller. D. Lubin. FIRST ROW: H.
Hamilton, I. Pressman, I. Thomas, T.
Vcxndervoorl, H. Stoops, B. Dorman, K.
Allen. S. Hassen. B. Brunner. L. Schwell-
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after winning two exhibition games, dropped
their first three league tilts and ended fifth in
the Western League race.
However, this does not tell the true story
of this year's team. The loss of Escobar with
a broken leg before the first game, and the
mid-season loss of Harmon and Coville, com-
bined with a lack of depth and manpower
were too much for the Warrior squad to over-
Uni's first game against Banning seemed
to forecast a rather good season. The War-
riors handled the Pilots easily, as lim Noe
ran wild in a 25-13 victory. Then came the
Milk Bowl. A crowd of 200 Unihi students
watched their team pull their famous spread
formation and dazzle Narbonne into cr 14-U
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his friend Coach Tom Wilcox
Cheerleaders: Harvey Firestone, Herb Hirsch,
Ed Ramsey, Iim Styne:
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The Western League games started with the favored
Fairfax Colonials playing on the reservation. A 7-7 tie was
apparently broken when Bob Carrillo ran 70 yards for a touch-
down, only to have the run and score nullified by a clipping
penalty. The Warrior squad was gradually worn down, and
Fairfax scored twice in the 4th quarter to win 21-7.
The scene changed to Los Angeles High, where the Braves
met the Romans in a Western League clash. The Romans'
high-powered running attack was too much for Uni, and L. A.
eventually won by a score of 28-6. Playing brilliantly for the
Warriors were Bill Sheffield, defensive backp lim Mora, de-
fensive end, Bob Carrillo, offensive end, and lack Webb, who
substituted in quarterbacking duties.
In a give-and-take touchdown affair at Uni, Dorsey's
Dons outscored the Warriors to take a 28-19 thriller, the high-
light of the game coming when Unihi's tank fullback, Glenn
Harmon, raced some 70 yards to a touchdown. The fine de-
fensive play of All-Western League Don Cunningham, and
Tanaka on the line, showed the crowd that Uni was in there
all the way. Morimoto and George Share played their usual
sparkling game for the Braves.
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The first and only win of the League
season came at the expense of the
Hamilton Yankees, who were defeated
25-13. Don Forsythe, voted the most
improved player for Uni this year,
proved himself by playing a rock and
sock ballgame. lim Noe played well
in a victory over the strongest Yankee
team in several seasons.
The final game of the season was
played at Uni when underdog Venice
pulled an upset and defeated a be-
wildered bunch of Braves to the tune
of 24-7. lt being the last game of the
season, Coach Tom Wilcox gave many
of his subs a chance to play. lim Noe
again sparked the Warriors as he tal-
lied their only touchdown.
Additional credits go to Roger Fisher,
Brad Cfosche, Bruce Loder, lsamu Mori-
moto, Bobby Sambrano, Art Phillips,
Hay Thystrup, Bob Sandie, Ed Castro,
lames Hamilton, Bob Duke, Armand
DeWeese, Bob Ginter, Arnie Sherman,
and loel Mattson for playing terrifical-
ly throughout the season.
This year's team was characterized
by a strong offense, as Uni was never
held scorelessg but lack of defensive
strength, along with injuries to key
players such as Escobar, Harmon, Car-
rillo, and Cunningham, caused the War-
riors to lose several close games.
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At the start of the second round, Uni
was still in the thick of the loattle for the
league crown, but the loss of Cox and reli-
able first string guard lim Sawyer via
graduation was too great. lolnn Ander-
son and Glenn Small filled in the vacated
center spot admirably but couldn't pro-
vide CoX's great scoring punch. Del
Quackenbush moved into SaWyer's
guard position to team up with veteran
Dan Porter in an attempt to cut down the
high flying L, A. Romans, lout an upset
loss to Fairfax, 62-GU, shattered any
dreams Uni had of the league champion-
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Warrior fans got a preview of what's
to come next year in the final games as
Coach Marvin used his many luniors
freely. Lee Harman came in his own with
some brilliant scoring floor play, along
with Pete Nelson and speedy Davey Na-
kada at forwards. Donald Pino also
cracked the starring five and showed
great potentialities. Phil Drescher, Bill
Aho and lim Wooden took over at the
guard spots and made excellent show-
Although losing to L. A. again, the
Warriors finished in 2nd place in the
western league with a respectable 7-3
record. For their fine play Mike Simmons
and Bob Cox were honored on the all-
Top Row: A. Andreas, M. Morrison. A. Green, L.
Harman. D. Stein
Bottom Row: I. Stein, I. Wood. M. Nishimoto, G.
Nukagawu, B. Schoenbeclg, D. Herbert
Top Row: B. Kelley. C. Saunders, M. Taylor, IVL
Bottom Row: M. Sanchez. L. Vcmlleeuwen, H. Sun-
shine, P. Herzog
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fast shog, Top row: Fred Nuesca, Stanley Siegel, Beniie
Dorman. Bill Hallen. Hank Otis, Steven Bernhardt.
Bottom row: Bruce Barker, Iay Stelzer. Chuck
Fields, Iohn Klempner, Dave Freeman. Eric
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The net team, which in the past has been comparable
to those produced by anv other school, battled to a third-place
tie in this season's highly competitive Western League.
The Braves were sparked by an experienced aggregation
which included Bruce Barker, a member of last year's All-City
doubles duo with Phil Mauldin, All-City singles player Stan
Siegel, and highly capable Bill Hallen. Bounding out the pow-
erful, but at times sporatic team were transfers Hank Otis and
Charlie Fields, returning lettermen Steve Bernhardt, Eric Perram,
Fred Nuesca, and Sandy Bressler, and two newcomers, Dave
Freeman and lohn Klernpner.
Under the tutoring of Coach lim Fugle, the squad improved
from match to match, ending the season by playing the brand
ot tennis that has kept Uni at the top in the past. Had the
reservation men come into their own earlier, they might have
captured the league crown and possibly the city title.
Spring yell leaders Marshall Nechtow and
Raising of the Colors
Bn Staff lFal1 Semesterl
R. O. T. C.
The R.O.T. C. has been unusually
active this year, having participated in
many events throughout the year. To
start the semester, the Color Guard, along
with the Drill Team, took part in the half-
time maneuvers at the Uni-Dorsey foot-
Another valuable experience for the
Unit Was the trip to Fort McArthur, Where
the cadets spent a Week-end of hard Work
and fun. Upon arrival at the Fort, they
were issued iatigues and bedding and
were assigned to barracks, Where they
learned to make a bed army style so
that a quarter could bounce on it. They
were also instructed in compass and as-
sault problems and rifle drills.
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The biggest event oi the year was
the annual Blue Devil Competition, in
which both the Unit and the band won
second place in the League. The final
competition of the year, the V. F.W.
Awards, sponsored by the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, consisted of three per-
petual cups and nine medals. The Schol-
arship Award was won by Harper White-
house, the Best Squad Award, by lim
Gaalp the Leadership Award, by Gary
The Commandant's Award, spon-
sored by Capt. Bothmund, went to Bill
Ogdon as the most promising cadet oi
the year. Capt. Bothmund said that the
esprit de corps oi the Unit this year, un-
paralled in his experience in B.C.'l'.C.
work, could be attributed largely to the
leadership oi the cadet battalion com-
manders, Col. Dan Garcia and Lt. Col.
David Hobbs, fall semester, and Col.
Gary Willcuts and Lt. Col. Bobert Csillag
in the spring semester.
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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM
TOP ROW: P. Stein, F. Kish. B. Smith, L. Blodqett, I. Hargrove, M. Morrison, B. Wade. BOTTOM
ROW: B. Greer, I. Rodriguez, V. Rosales, D. Hawley, B. Welch, I- Rinehart, S. Close, I. Deutsch,
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The Warrior baseball team, under the tutoring of Coach
Bill Spaeter, played heads-up ball throughout the l953 carn-
paign and thus experienced a fairly successful season. Although
they did not Win the League title, our horsehiders accounted
Well for themselves and justly deserve the thanks and apprecia-
tion oi the entire student body.
Varsity ballers work out on Uni diamond
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Mickxe Morrison making put out
Circus Catch by a varsity player Play Ball Skip Close waiting to caich
Leading the Warrior ball club were outfielder Skip Close
and pitcher Lee Blodgett. lt Was Skips hitting and Lee's pitch-
ing that led the Warriors to a successful season. Adding strength
to the team and playing fine ball throughout the entire season
were infielders Bob Welch, Mickie Morrison, Bob Greer, and
lim Rhineharty outfielders Phil Stein and lack Deutchp pitcher
Bob Wadeg and catcher Iohn Hargrove.
IUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL
TOP ROW: Iohn Phillips, Darryl Bush, Richard Reel Dart Warth Allen Friedman
Ierry Wright, Dennis Aigner. Don Roth, Bill Davidson Sam Corekm Iohn Blodqett
Bernard Humphries. BOTTOM ROW: Phil Herzog Frank Rhinehardt Pete Peck
Ioe Stein, Richard Hernandez, Paul Marshall. Neil Friedman lack Abboti
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Unihi's 1953 track and field forces, under the expert guidance of Coach lim Pursell, experienced a
highly successful season as they turned back Western League opponents, with the exception of Los Angeles
Led by Bill Graham and loel Mattsson in the mile, Bay Houghton in the 880, Pete Nelson in the pole
vault, and Sonny Minichiello in the hurdles, the Warrior tracksters won three of their five league meets,
nabbing third place in league standings. The Warriors got off to a fast start as they trounced Fairfax 75-29
in the league opener, but didn't do so well in their next two league meets. They were defeated by Los
Angeles, 69-35, and lost to Dorsey by a 79-25 score. The Uni spikesters finished the season off on a happy
note as they defeated both Venice and Hamilton.
Throughout the season, a few of the Uni trackmen received city-wide recognition because of outstand-
ing marks. At the time this article was written, Bill Graham was possessor of the city's top mile mark of
41379. Pete Nelson was one of the city's top pole vaulters with a mark of 12' 3", and Ray Houghton was
one of the city's top 880 men with a best clocking of 2:U3.3.
A word of credit should go to those other trackmen who performed outstandingly throughout the
season. The are AI d D W ' ' ' '
y man e eese, Dick Swallow, Yoshio Setoguchi, Donny Thomson, Phil Drescher,
Duane Ament, Robbie Wollin, Bobby Duke, Fritz Kiessig, and Gordon Watson.
With the Western League and city meets yet to go when the Chieftain went to press, the fate of
the Warrior track team was resting in the laps of the gods.
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Top row: V. Van Derstig. L. Stewart. P. Hat-
tenfeld, B. Coomber, D. Herrington, D. Ryan.
I. Rhoads. G. McDougal. A. De Wees. R. Fisher,
Third row: R. Levine. I. Levin, G. Smith. M.
O'Connell, D. Gorton, G. Watson, I. Newfield,
D. Shane, R. Houghton, I. Measer. S. Gertsman.
Second row: I. Fauqhnder. H. Trout, I. Straight,
I. Schuler. D. Margitts, F. MacDermit, D. Blanq-
stead, R. Eqeherg. I. Bates.
Bottom row: P. Vosburg, G. Tucker, B. Carillo.
D. Bowers, R. Wollin, F. Kiessig, D. Swallow,
I. Mattson, T. Horton.
Back row: Dave Shane, Chuck Halstead. Bob
Leigh, Iohn Codani, Dick Crouch, Pat Scofield,
Floyd McKinsey, Val Lewton, Ernie Sepulveda.
Steve Bernhardt, Don Leonard, Don Oster, Phil
Vosberg. Cal Vincent.
Front row: Ken Wright, Bob Dann, Don Mc-
Namara, Art Friedman, Ronnie Ramos, Dave
Everett, Lynn Richardson, Wayne Smith, Leon-
ard Miller. Butch Magill, Dick Podolar.
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For Uni's athletic and fun-loving girls, the G.A.A. had its usual well
organized and attractive athletic program this year. Sponsored by Miss
Marie McCaiierty, badminton, hockey, basketball, and this year for the first
time, tennis-both beginning and advanced-were offered to the girls, who
were able to participate in the sport of their choice every day after school
The G.A.A. Cabinet, with Diane Bergoff as president, presided at the
G.A.A. banquet, Where all the girls who had participated in after-school
activities received their letters, thereby becoming members of the Letter-
Koxren Pettlqer, Ingrid Nelson and lulie Pressman spring cheer leader
and ludy Flint, Ginny lackson, and Carla Sampson, fall cheer leaders,
added to the lively spirit oi the play days.
FALL GJLA. CABINET
TOP ROW: M. O'Mux'a, C. Sampson, I- Flint, G. Iackson, M. Chamberlain. SEATEDz , ml
M. Jensen, C. K '
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THIRD ROW: I. Nelson, K. Peliker, K. Thompson, M. Gledhill. D. Simons, C. Sampson, S. Neil
B. Bernstein, R- Lello, I. Webb, L. Iimenez, B. Ige. SECOND ROW: B. Iensen, P. Hcrglund, M. Webb
E. Tobey, M. Laughlin, S. Wray, H. Kishi, M. Garfield, S. Abcxloiia, G. Morimoio, E. Sassa, I
Selmont, K. Middo. FIRST ROW: P. Dutilly, R. Molotke, I- Kussy, L. Ptitsin, M. Iensen, T. Nodu
C. Franklin, D. Hillman, B. Sheriffs, D. Bergoii.
M. Kono, G. Dubcx, S. Marsden
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FOURTH ROW: L. Kay, A- Tamiya.
I. Boelter, S. Hintzman, I. Munro, I.
Buell, I. Foster. I. Dean, I. Bilbo, T.
Nada, THIRD ROW: B. Iensen, C.
Chamberlain, G. Hernandez, P.
Lavin, I. Meentz, L- Iimenez, I.
Avima, I. Onomichi, C. Ax-cularius.
-V. Iohnsion. SECOND ROW: E. Toy,
P. Smith, R. Malotka, I. Hanrahan,
M. Bright. B. Lightlooi, D. Garcias,
E. Macias, S. Schnaidt- FIRST
ROW: D. Bergoll, A. Pope, R. Lello,
I. Webb, D. Hillman, S. Hawkins, S.
Neil, M. Simcoe, I. Kussy.
11TH GRADE GJ-LA.
FOURTH ROW: C. Emlen, I. Peter-
son, P- Morris, M. Laughlin, P.
YVolverton, C. Sampson, P. Dutilly,
K. Hughes, P. Callow, H. Kishii, E.
Sassa. THIRD ROW: H. Wcrkelinq.
B. Ige, I. Iwamoto, I. Flinl, M.
O'Mara, S. Aboloiia, F. Duba, K.
Thompson, D. Lee, P. Ireland, I. Nel-
son, K. Peltker, S. Marsden, S'
Hausman. SECOND ROW: M. Kono,
D. Patino, D. Farcia, C. Franklin, G.
Walbot, S, Swanson, I. Newmark, I..
Battersea, S. Wray, I. Liscom. K.
Middo, I' Neel. FIRST ROW: N. Dick,
S. Ehrhardt, T. Kiessig, M. Webb,
P. Clark, C. Machado, P. Ader. M.
Gledhill, I. Wells, D. Simons.
G.A.A. fall cheer leaders I. Flint, G. Iackson,
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10TH GRADE G.A.A-
FOURTH ROW: B. Ono, I. Namharcx,
S. Buskey, I. Cronin. F. Ishii, M.
Stevenson. C. Sales, I. Da Bois, M.
Iolmson. H. Stoops, G. Smiih, E. Fel-
THIRD ROW: P. Peyton, F. Casiillo.
P. Hayward. V. Lubin, B. Browngord,
M. Sheets, M. Delgado. S. Linfooi.
C. Allen, A. Rohleder, V. Wagner-
SECOND ROW: C. Smart, L. Wieman.
M. Buffington, B. Campbell, M. Hol-
wcy, F. Kraus, I.. Horner, T. Beltram.
L. Sanchez. L. Lcxmoreoux. M. Young.
S- Rinera. FIRST ROW: I. Wilson.
D. Billie, S. Lyddy, I. Dominquez. P.
Pelru, K. Webb, I. Scott. G. Schoen-
heider, I. Scott. B. Colbert.
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