Venice High School - Gondolier Yearbook (Venice, CA)

 - Class of 1937

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L Q-1-ig- 4 M ll " ' Q ' 55 liwk o ds 'Z i "X if ig 'WL-f l JlAnJV i l NJ-Mft' KM Q I l ' :. he To the Students of Venice High Schoolijlggiiigwbiffz 3,064 !! ff lie, 4 l -,gk J ' who symbolize the struggles, the hopes, theft .N fig-Fxxk 'L My is t Q ,Ali ambitions, and the high ideals of youth, we Q SK' I-sg ,, 5 x 53- dedicate this book. ak NN., X X I .I i:J'?sM' if? , , A Q " 'fi XX g 4 x is Q X if Q h X ,f if R? M1 .,5,aL 0 kid I. , xfN.q " , ff ff 3,1 Q, 1 ,L WM Youth, the very essence of life, has been chosen as the theme of our annual, and we, the class of i937 and the Con- dolier Staff, wish to give to you a book emphasizing the ideals and ambitions of Young America. Youth represents everything vital-expresses energy in its very newness. Youth is streamlined, and has been made that way by the urgencies of our day. ln youth we can find the zest for life, the sense of here and now. And may that youth, which has so much to do, so much to work for, be guided to use its boundless energies in the fields which are waiting. Young America has learned that life is worth living and Bul- wer Lytton expresses the attitude which should become the by-word of every young person, in his quotation: ln the lexicon of youth, which fate reserves For a bright manhood, there is no such word As ...., fail. With the beauty of youth, its illusions, aspirations, and dreams always before us, we have made this book, and to all who may leaf through its pages, we hope we can impart some portion of the deep faith we have in the future and in those who are about to face life4the Youth of America. 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Graduation from High School is a formal ending of a definite, prescribed course of study which leads to a diploma, This day is never called "Final Day" but always "Commencement Day". Truly graduates of schools everywhere and of every sort begin a new line of thought and endeavor different from anything they have done before. Speaking definitely to you, members of the Venice High School graduating class of l937, What is to be your attitude toward your new surroundings and your new associates? Are you going into business of some form? lf so, since you are now a graduate of a high school, a goal you have been trying hard to attain for some years, are you going to feel exalted by that fact so that you will expect the president of the business, or his secretary or his fore- man or even a head clerk to show you around, to introduce you to the place, the job and the personnel? Are you going to a college or university? Well then, will you, since you are a graduate Of something-or-other, wait for the president of the college, or a professor to come to you and escort you about, show you the campus, the buildings, and introduce you-or will you remember that you are a "scrub", a neophyte, a lowly freshman, Perhaps another freshman, one not quite so green as you will "show you the honors". ALL this means one all-important thing, THE TIME HAS COME WHEN YOU MUST STAND ON YOUR OWN TWO FEET, Perhaps no one will tell you the laws cf the shop or other business, no one will tell you the rules and the traditions of the college you have entered. You will have to find them out for yourself, You must learn by knocks and falls how to avoid trouble. You must learn how to gain victories by seeming defeats. You will become strong by overcoming weaknesses. Know no such word as failure. Make good men and women your friends. Choose good and avoid evil. Refuse even in the first days of this new experience to be discouraged. SUCCESS ALWAYS COMES TO THOSE WHO CHOOSE TO DO THESE THINGS. Faithfully and sincerely yours, E. XV. CLARK Principal MAMIE L. SALLEE Girls' Vice-Principal R. B. SHAW Boys' Vice-Principal MRS. SALLEE'S MESSAGE To the Youth ot Venice High School: The future is in your hands. Now is your opportunity to prepare to work out the many problems ahead. ln so far as you are alert to the needs ot your world and as you are ready to meet them so will you be able to obtain the degree of success to which you aspire. Your friend, rvifxiviie L. SALLEE MR. SHAW'S MESSAGE The theme of this issue of the Gondolier is "Youth". Do you, reader, think of this "Youth" just as a period of glorious aban- donment, and unrestrained joy, or do you sometimes think of it as a period of prepa- ration? Preparation to make your payment to the world for all the comforts and happi- ness it has given youg preparation to make your contribution to improving the world tor yourself and your group as well as for that youth who are to come after you. Youth shall be joyful. Youth should be gay, but through all this pleasure there should continuously run the thought of a coming responsibility and preparation for it. This will not make the pleasure less enjoy- able, but will give it dignity and value. lt is no greater fun to destroy property than to improve it. The thrill is about the same in either case, but the one destroys the per- petrator's capacity tor further pleasures. The other enlarges this capacity tor greater pleasures as he moves higher in the scale ot social values from this period of glorious vouth. R. B. SHAW 4 f r-:.f.1. . . . V . I 2 -'F' f -1 'ff l ' is V - N Q Q ..,. 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' 'V an .. .mv U Lf? . f V , ' 7 47" ., "" ' S l 4 rr, , 5 v ii, -if ' f ' ', X, rv . V ., P I f 1 , ,. r 4' i f . f f tr '1 'TIAS ' X K i Y A First row: Miss Tompkins, Miss Tucker, Mr. Turney, Miss Ward, Miss Willett, Mr. Witty, Mrs. Wood, Miss Rowan, Miss Ryan, Mr. Schlosser, Miss Schrack, Mrs. Schreiber, Mr. Taylor. Third row: Mrs. Pence, Miss Pendleton, Miss Pilat, Mr. Pitman, Mrs Riley, Mr. Rogers. Fourth row: Miss Mitchill, Mrs. Moran, Mrs. Morrison Mr. Norton, Mr. Oliver, Miss Orton, Mr. Overin, Miss Patterson. Fifth row: Mr. Lustie, Miss Mackey Mrs. Matt, Mr. McFarland, Miss McFeely, Mrs. McLaughlin, Miss McMurry, Miss Messenger. Sixth row' Mrs. Hunter, Miss Hutchison, Miss Johnson, Mrs. Kirby, Miss Kleinknecht, Mrs. Larkey, Miss Lockyer Mrs. Loibl. Seventh row: Mr. George, Mr. Green, Mr. Hadley, Mr. Harris, Miss Hathaway, Mr. Head, Mr. Hoover, Mr, Hughes. Eighth row: Mr. Crandall, Miss Crowe, Miss Danielson, Mrs. Dingle, Miss Edwards, Mrs. Finley, Mr. Fordham, Miss Gehlen, Ninth row: Mr. Boatman, Miss Brown, Mr. Bull, Miss Burns, Mrs. Bushey, Mr. Champion, Mr. Cox, Mrs. Crandall. Tenth row: Miss Allen, Mr. Amo, Miss Beamish, Mrs. Bell, Mr. Bell, Miss Berthot, Miss Biggs, Miss Blewett, Eleventh row: Mr. Clark, Mrs. Sallee, Mr. Shaw, Mrs, Girard, Mr. Morgan, Miss DeKlotz, Miss Abbot. Mr. Woodard. Second row: Sholtz, Mrs. Summers, Mrs. Randall, Mr. Richards, Mr. 1 I 1 ' R I My . ..,. . If vu,, "fi . f 3 an , tc OFFICE FORCE First row: Helen Tibbetts, Florence Wadsworth, Lucile Diebold, Myron Arbogast. Second row: Clara Swanson, Helen Crutcher. FACULTY E. W. CLARK Principal RAY B. SHAW MAMIE L. SALLEE E. C. MORGAN Boys' Vice-Principal Girls' Vice-Principal Re8IS'fVa" RUBY DQKLOTZ MARION GIRARD Librarian Counselor ART HOME ECONOMICS PHYSICAL ED. HARRY WINEBRENNER ELLA CRANDALL BOYS' Head Head CHARLES GREEN MARY MORAN HELEN BUSHEY Head GLADYS FINLEY MINNIE ALLEN IOHN BELL C O M M E R C I A L ALFRED GEORGE Head BURTON OLIVER BELLE PATTERSON HELEN RANDALL AURE TUCKER WINIFRED WOOD E N G L I S H VERA MCMURRY Head BERTHA BIGGS IENNIE HUTCHISON WILLIAM HEAD GRETCHEN KIRBY ELSIE MCLAUGHLIN IRENE PILAT FLORA SCHRACK FLORENCE TAYLOR HARRIET WILLETT FOREIGN LANGUAGE MARTHA WARD Head EDNA BELL MARIA SCHREIBER CONTINUATION CLASSES ALMA PENCE M U S I C MYRTLE BLEWETT Head REID COX LITTA MATT DAVID SCHLOSSER EVELYN LOIBL MARTHA McFEELEY FANNIE BROWN M A T H E M A T I C S STEPHANIE BERTHOT Head MARGARET BEAMISH LESLYE BOATMAN SHERMAN CHANEY AGNES CROWE KATHERINE KLEINKNECHT WILLIAM LUSTIE MECHANICAL ARTS ELMER BULL Head DREW AMO ERNEST CHAMPION EDWARD CRANDALL IRVING FORDHAM GORDON NORTON IRA WOODARD HUGH PITTMAN MARCELIN RILEY CLELL ROGERS ENGLISH AND SOC S T U D I E S ANNE EDWARDS IANE HUNTER LILLIAN LOCKYER LEANTA RYAN WINNIE MACKEY ISABELLE ORTON IAL IOHN HUGHES BENIAMIN MCFARLAND GRAYSON TURNEY Girls' VIVIAN DINGLE Head CHARLOTTE MESSENGER EFFIE MORRISON CAROLYN MITCHILL ALLENE ROWAN S C I E N C E EDWIN HADLEY Head GRACE ABBOTT CHARLES HARRIS IOSHUA HOOVER MARIE LARKEY ALBERTINE PENDELTON ALMA RICHARDS SOCIAL SCIENCE COURTNEY OVERIN Head EDITH BURNS LAURA DANIELSON VIOLA GEHLEN GLADYS HATHAWAY ELSIE IOHNSON JOHN SCHOLTZ MAY SUMMERS EDITH TOMPKINS KARYL WITTY RAYMOND CILLETTE First Semester Student Body President ORVILLE GREENE Second Semester Student Body President PRESlDENT'S MESSAGE Have you ever lost a very close friend, a friend with whom you have enjoyed every minute? That is the feeling I have as I am about to leave Venice High School. I hope that you will always consider, as I shall, that this semester has Seen successful and enjoyable, and as your tudent Body Presi- dent, I trust that I have lived up to your expectations. May our friendship continue throughout the years. Loyally yours, RAYMOND GILLETTE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Summer vacation once again rolls around and with it ends my term of office. I have striven to be the right kind of President to you, and you, the Student Body, have co- operated with me in every way possible. As the class of S'37 fades into the outer world, my only hope is that Venice keeps on growing and achieves greater glories in the future. , Loyally yours, ORVILLE GREENE SEVENTEEN Q5 S XXI .. :th 7 it i . Y uf' L. ' . is X mx e 1, J it U r K 'F' K. sw V VVHH 6 ' X- W - R 4 J H . V . K -, Q ' S W if , ,,,,,,, . , S ' K ,S ,, Q S .se 5 C- 4 .9 P U Q f IJ.. :L .ei X . - ' say A X. X f ,..b 5, fl CENTRAL COMM I'I'I'EE RAY GILLETTE PEGGY STROMBOM MARION LUEBKE JOE LESCOULIE STEVE CARLSON S. B. Pres. S. B. Vice Pres. S. B. Secretary S. B. Treasurer Senior Class Pres. SOL GAZIN KAY LEWIS ORVILLE GREENE EMELY HEFELE RAYOLA MCCLELLAN Oarsman Editor Gondolier Editor Chief Justice Girls' League Pres. Delphian Pres. RUTH CHESTER BOB RICE HELEN ELLIOTT MARY KIRK MRS. SALLEE G.A.A. Pres, Varsity "V" Pres. Book Store Manager Debate Manager Adviser FALL SEMESTER STUDENT COURT JUDGES First row: Marion Lynch, Betty Jane Keith, Betty Lun- din. Second row: Bill Ward, Gordon Stangland, Henry Eddy, Orville Greene, Chief Justice. EIGHTEEN fn " ' f x XXX I S VEB 1 , We ORVILLE GREENE BETTY LUNDIN CENTRAL COMMITTEE GENEVIEVE NARITELLI HARRY OKAMOTOWILLIAM ALEXANDER S. B. Pres. S. B. Vice Pres. S. B. Secretary S. B. Treasurer Senior Class Pres, IGNOTA MILLER KAY LEWIS GORDON STANGLAND JOY PAWLING TORU TAKAMATSU Oarsman Editor Gondolier Editor Chief Justice Girls' League Pres. Delphian Pres. ADDIE LACK WILBORNE HARRIS BOB MCCAUSLAND MARY KIRK MRS. SALLEE G.A.A, Pres. Varsity "V" Pres. Book Store Manager Debate Manager Adviser SPRING SEMESTER I STUDENT COU RT JUDGES First row: Daisy Storm, Joan Lewis, Peggy Rawson. Sec- Alexander, ond row: William Gordon Sfangland, Chief Jus- tice, Sam White, Jack Les- coulie. N l N E T E E N I QQ fs,wm,::, I I - 'f 1 'TS , I '3?3if5E: I J4E1':v' I - - I. Q X I ,... , 'Qi I it ' , X X , x ff . U X Xxj GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS Fall Semester EMILY HEFELE ADDIE LACK DAISY STORM. ERIKA WILD President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Spring Semester JOY PAWLING JANE YOUNG MRS. SALLEE ROSA MAE MCCLELLAN RHODA NEAL President Vice President Adviser Secretary Treasurer IUNIOR STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Fall Semester MARY WENTZ LEO HIGHAM MR. 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' ..- v'-. vi.. ri" ' rv J- ef-X -,. .gm Z y f . ,, cmSvfw1ii1n'mmhwW':1w,wfTw-.mn-Qzrf' WW-ve-w-f ww -vw' 1 , SGWMWMQZZ W , ,.,,,,, 7.7. ,....., Hx: gf w' swf ' , QE if ,,.X 5,Al Q,,Qvv 3:'.':L:gg5g':e -, 1E - -1 X 5 - iq? 'ffiffl - 'Xl ag , . :Q mi. 1 'ix , . 4 , 1 ,,,. 2 1 if ' 7-Wi "ff j ' K VN ---- , Q . .Q f fi 1 " -e A , ,if X A X .Q 4. EG .5 3. - . N .A 'G N, - , 4' 'f .-. N Q if ff Q 4 g Q 41:-N ,X,,.,,,,mfq' .-aww ,N , . X - .v ' , . -ff? 1 . E . ' -,lhy- . ' 4 - ii wggfiiiwwsmflfi , 1 1 f X .,,,, I . 4: t - ,Lawn- . . F , 19.-,z , ff 4 . X , Hag, , 1 , 1 N., ' 7, f-it ,. XT 1- , " A A :,' x 'A MARION LUEBKE RAY GILLETTE , f RAYOLA Y , VV2VV MCci.Ei.i.AN f ' wiu.iArvi j A ALEXANDER W' KAY LEWIS ! HARRY OKAMOTO EPHEBIANS The Ephebian Society was formed in Los Angeles for civic purposes: civic betterment and the beautification of Los Angeles. Members are chosen from outstanding members of the graduation class by the class and the faculty. Membership is based on character, scholarship, leadership, and service to the school. Marion Luebke has been a Delphian since the seventh grade and is a Roman Lamper. She was treasurer of the Senior Delphians, Secretary of the Senior "B" homeroom and of the Cosmopolitan Club, and has capably served on the Central Committee as Student Body Secretary. Ray Cillette was a member of the Delphian Society. l-le has been President of the Debate Class, President of his Senior "B" homeroom, judge for one semester, Chief justice of the Student Court and a tactful and sincere Student Body President. l-le was a member of the Varsity "V" and a Varsity Basket- ball Letterman. William Alexander was a Delphian and Roman Lamper. l-lis popularity was proven by being elected a judge and the Cosmopolitan Prexy. l-le served as the enthusiastic President of his Senior "A" Class. The sports he participat- ed in were "B" Track, and the gym team. l'-le was manager of the gym team. Kay Lewis, also a Delphian and Roman Lamper, served as a judge of the Student Court, Editor of the Condolier, Cosmopolitan President, and Vice- President of her Senior Class and the Delphians. ln the C.A.A. she held the office of Secretary and was a lettergirl. Rayola lVlcClellan has been a Delphian since the seventh grade and was President of the Society, and by her conscientious efforts became a Roman Lamper. She was Vice-Prexy of the C.A.A. and a lettergirl. l-larry Okamoto has been Student Body Treasurer, and President of the newly formed japanese Club. l-le has actively participated in Sports: football, track, and the gym team. He was also a member of the Varsity TWENTY-THREE rf. D STEVE CARLSON President i N L . MARIORIE NEVE . Vice-President LILY GALLOWAY Secretary ROBERT Ti'rTi.E Treasurer THEY STRIVE TO CONQUER i'Youth sows the golden grain today- The harvest comes tomorrow?" ln February of l93l, a rather small class entered the Venice High School as lowly "scrubs". After two years they began to "sow the golden grain" in the fields that most interested them. Many began to stand out as leaders, scholars, and athletes. Upon entering Senior High School in l934, they became an essential part of the Venice High School Student Body, serving it in many ways. The fields they have sown were showing signs of a fruitful, plentiful harvest. The goal was finally reached. At last they were "Seniors"l The first har- vest was becoming ripe, and under the able supervision of Mrs. McLaughlin and Mr. Champion they set to work. The working crew was selected. Steve Carlson was chosen chief overseer, with Marjorie Neve as his assistantg Lily Calloway, scribe: and Robert Tittle, paymaster. At the end of this, their first harvest, there were some who profited more than others, due to their greater ability, intelligence or personality. Five of them, Ruth Ellen Young, Norman Sapiro, Meyoshi lkawa, Marion Luebke. and Frances Tracy became Roman Lampers, Marion Luebke and Raymond Gillette were chosen to represent their class in the Ephebian Society. The seniors of W'37, looking back on their school harvest, may well be satisfied with it. Although there were times of drought and anxiety, these times were few in comparison with the good times of feasting, laughing, merrymaking, and helpful experience. They look forward now to bigger and better harvests in their later life. They use as their creed this quotation: "Lucky is he who can get his grapes to market and keep the bloom upon them: who can carry some of the freshness, and eagerness, and simplicity of youth into his later years, who can have a boy's heart below a man's head." -john Burroughs. TWENTY-FOUR BEATRICE GRACE ABBOTT Academic: Scholarship: Cos- mopolitan Club, Secretary C-.A.A. BERNICE MIRIAM ALPERN Commercial. IRENE EVELYN BLESSI NC- Commercial: Senior Ciirls' Cileeg Gregg Artist Club. ALLAN DOUCLASS BRYAN Academic: Yell Leader: Sen ior Boys' Cilee: B. Basketballj RUTH LENORA CHESTER Commercial: Ci.A.A. Presi- dent: Ciondolier Staff: Senior Girls' Cilee: Gregg Artist Club: Chess Club: C,A.A., Lettergirl. IOHN SANFORD CONLEY Industrial: Senior Boys' Cilee' Varsity and B Football. ALEXANDER BASIL DARAIS Fine Arts. S i . . i X vdltli 1 W 3 A ,, r..---x-gr., ., X is g ing-.g ' V -ff X X 3? 1 if t f , .,.. 'f . , 1 'I if saxfusifra . '- fi A 5 ' V ,, , Z, I 125 'Qi i 'X A Q 1 ' f Q , R jun ,, 'if f fm ' fn S 3 mi? v , V Y Af' Y nu X? X K HENRY HOWARD AICHER Academic: Senior Boys, Clee ARTHUR RADDON ALWORTH Academic: Senior Band: Swimming. DOROTHY JANET BLUM Commercial. STEPHEN PETER CARLSON Academic: Senior A Presi- dent: judge: Senior Boys' Cilee: Varsity "V": B Basket- ball: Varsity Swimming: C Football, 5.4, MAXINE VlRClNlA CLElVlENT Commercial. WILBUR IAMES CULLEN Industrial: Varsity "V" sity Football, Captain: ciated Press-All City. : Var- Asso- NATHAN lVl. DERUS Academic: Senior Boys' C-lee: Varsity Football. B IAMES DOTY Academic: Varsity "V"g C Basketball g Varsity Swimming. HENRY WARREN EDDY IR. Academic: judge: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity "V"g Var- sity Footballg Varsity Swim- ming. WILLIAM DOUGLAS FORD Industrial: Senior Boys' Glee: Varsity "V": Varsity Foot- ball Managerg Gym team. CHARLES WILLIAM FRANKEL Academic: Senior Boys' Glee, Gym team. SOLLIE PAUL GAZIN Academic: Oarsman Editor: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity "V", Secretaryg Hy-Y, Secre- tary-Treasurer: Cosmopolitan Club: Varsity Football. RAYMOND GEORGE GILLETTE, IR. Academic: Student Body President: Chief lusticeg Sen- ior B President: judge: Schol- arslfiipg Debate Team: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity "V"g Var- sity Basketball. LOIS EMMA HANNAH Home Economics: Senior Band: Home Economics Club, President. ALAN CLAY ECKER E ,s x , Industrial: Varsity "VHS Val' 'A"t"? is sity Baseball. i Y I ,1,. I if A .f X X Zz " it . QWQigQ.h W -ge, f 7 1 Q? f I Z f 2 ' ay' A if X ' I2 2 I If ..ws ewan rirr I ,J 1' , '7 5,7 I , ' 5 f 7 :W Q, W X sf Q Qs HELEN ELAINE ELLIOTT Commercial: Book Store Man- ager. MOLLIE FRADKIN Commercial: Inkling Club, President. LILY B, GALLOWAY Academic: Senior A Secretary. LOIS NADINE GILCHRIST Commercial, LEWIS DICK GRAMMER Commercial: Tennis. IEAN MARION HART Academic: Senior Girls' Glee President: Cosmopolitan Club Latin Club, EMILY THERESIA I-IEFELE Academic: Girls' League Pres iclentg Oarsman Staff: Cos mopolitan Club, Treasurer 3 G.A.A. IVA LAVERNE IOHNSON Academic. BRUCE CLAYTON LAUDIG Industrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity Basketball: Golf. ALFRED WILLIAM LUEBKE Commercial: Golf. MARION ALICE LYNCH Commercial: ludge: Gondo lier Staff: Senior Girls' Glee G.A.A., Vice-President, Base ball Head. MARION ELLA MANLEY Home Economics. GEORGE MASUDA Academic: B Football ,fag xv f ' f Zi 'li R I i, I R7 'Ug13'7 , , W. yy 52 A f fx, , K! W Wk f J fx 4 7 f f 1 ,f if 1, E Q zz Q W 0 WZ? 4 f t 52" 1 ., I .9 We , x b 3 f , X f f f, 0 f 4 If-Exif 4 X f W ia 7 ,4 , A. Y 91 - VM f , ,rw .UZ M53 X A MEYOSI-ll IKAWA Academic: Scholarship, Ro- man Lamper. GLADYS GWENDELYN KEMNER Academic: Senior Girls' Glee. IOSEPI-I PIERRE LESCOULIE Commercial: Student Body Treasurer: Varsity "V"g Var- sity Footballg C Basketball: Gym Team. MARION CAROLINE LUEBKE Academic: Student Body Sec- retaryg Senior B Secretary: Scholarship, Roman Lamper, Delphian Treasurerg Cosmo- politan Club, Secretary: G. A.A. CYRIL IOSEPH MAGUIRE Academic: Varsity Tenr1iS. Varsity Football, Manager: Varsity "V"g Golf. ITALO GEORGE MARGADONNA Fine Arts: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity and B Football. IOSEPI-IINE LAVON McALPI-IIN Commercial. THOMAS F. MCKINLEY Academic: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity Track, Captain: Var- sity Basketball. DOROTHY BERN ICE METZGER Commercial. ADELAIDE I-IARRIET MILLER Commercial: Gregg Artist Club. MARGARET MUNRO Commercial. CHITOSE NAKATANI Home Economics. MARIORIE ELLEN NEVE Academic: Senior A President: Chess Club. ETHEL ENOLIA N IXON Commercial. Vice- Ill 13 'Y . QT X ,qgva 41:5 sw Z.: U' l fa Y 'K ew 1 3 ,. .4 i , ' f 0 3 .-: ..- A , A . ,.,., ' : Q! f ,41 1, .... , U . Q , 7 ,,1,MQi' , A f QQ. , -""' f, X fe by f ., ..., ' 5 E E 7 1 f 'V A N :I A I W CHARLES DERICKSON McLURE Industrial: Senior Boys' GIGS: Gym team. FREDERICK VICTOR MlLLAR,jR. Academic: Senior Boys' Glee' Varsity and B Basketball. ALEXANDER MITCHELL Commercial: Oarsman Staff: C Basketball. MASAYE BETTY NAKAGIRI Commercial: Gregg Artist Club. ELI SHADDID NASSER Commercial: Oarsman Staff: Varsity Football. ARTHUR HENRY NIEMAND Commercial: Senior Band Drum Major, Manager. ROBERT CHARLES OLSON Academic: Senior Boys' Clee Varsity Svvimmingg D Basket- ball. AUDREY MARIE OVERTON Commercial: Gregg Artist Clubg G.A.A., Lette g' 1. O A M- : l ' ' r ir A . IEANNE ANNETTE PATTERSON IMT W , Commercial: Senior Girls' Q I Glee' 1, " Q ' 2 A 1 if REA A I E, I ZVVI , s '-'1 ' xy HARRY GEORGE PIERCE If- A Commercial. f Q 7 . . , W MARION FRANCES ROBEARGE i Commercial, A A Q ' ,, ,A ' i I LILLIAN c. RODENBUSCH f , W- I Commercial. Q . , 9"',, ,,"v5:2- I cn' ,Q-if IESSE WOODSON ROSENQUIST Academic: Senior Boys' Glee, President: Soloistg Varsity - and B Track: Varsity and B Basketball. Z 'QA NORMAN ABRAHAM SAPIRO Academic: Scholarship, Ro- man Lamperg Bandg Photo- f graphic Clubg Track. . ffm f 3 Q l A l ,Q QM 4 A Ulf 1317 VIOLET IUNE PAGE Commercial: Girls' League Representative, ARTHUR EUGENE PEARSON, IR. Academic: Senior Boys' Glee ROBERT GARRY RICE Academic: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity "Vl'g Hi-Y, President, Vice-Presidentg Varsity Foot- ballg Varsity Trackg Varsity Tennis. SHIRLEY LUCENE RODEMEYER Commercial: Venetian Choral Club: Soloist. RUSSELL EARL ROGERS Academic: Varsity and B Foot- ball. DECORATION SHIZUKO SAKAI Commercial. MERCEL SAVAGE Commercial: Senior Banclg G. A.A. lOHNNY SELHAY lndustrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg B and C Football: C Track. AGNES MAXINE SPEEDE Commercial: Gregg Artist Club: G.A.A., Lettergirlg Oars- man Staff. HELEN ELIZABETH TANSEY Home Economics: Senior Girls' Gleeg Cosmopolitan Club. GEORGE ROBERT T l TTLE Commercial. I Y. FRANCES BELLE TRACY Academic: Scholarship: Cos- mopolitan Clubg G.A.A. RUTH MARY VElT Academic: Senior Girls' Glee. ROBERT ARTHUR WALK Industrial. 'JJ x ss s f.. A fl 2 i iiii i "ii" if f 1 .5 X X " 16 M A iT I' ,.,,r :,S . " il' we .4 '7 RAYMOND HAROLD SMITH Academic: Senior Band, Seft- ior Orchestra: ForestfY Club' Vice-President! B TfaCk1GYm Team. MARGUERITE M. STROMBOM Academic: Student Body Vice- Presidentg judge: Managing Editor, Oarsrnan: Cosmopoli- tan Clubg G.A.A., Secretary, Lettergirl. GEORGE RUSSELL THOMAS Academic: B Football. DORIS EMMA TOENIES Commercial: Gregg Artist Club: G.A.A. HOWARD ARMISTICE TUMAN Academic: B Track: B and C Basketball: C Football. LOREN lAY VELZY Industrial: Senior Boys' Glee: Varsity Football. HARRY FLAVIO WALKER Commercial: Cosmopolitan Elulbg B Track: Varsity Foot- al . ALVIN LORRAINE WHITE Commercial: Senior Boys' V f ,, img, Gleeg Senior Orchestra. QVVV I ,j Y X CYRIL DONALD WIRE S Academic: Senior Bandg B Footballg Gym Team. RUTH ELLEN YOU NG Academic: Scholarship, Ro- man Lamperg Senior Girls' Glee. Z 7 EVELYN FREDA WILKINS Commercial: Senior Band. DONALD ALBERT WIRES Industrial: Gym Teamg Var Sify Tennis. 37' lj H Pictures of the following graduates do not appear in the Goncloliert W '37 S '37 BETTY IANE LYVERS GORDON ELLIOTT Fine Arts. Industrial. NORMAN FORDYCE Academic. HELEN IRENE McLlNDON ROSALYNNE KRAUS Commercial. Academic. A D V I S E R S W '37 ,..,- i4r,. ..,, ' 5 ,37 I VK -:-Vl 2 I rw 1--rr: gjfp MR. CHAMPION MR. FORDHAM hifi. WILLIAM ALEXANDER KAY LEWIS HERBERT V-ODDEN President Vice-President Vice-President ADDIE LACK BOB ROSKOWICK Secretary Treasurer PROGRESS IS THE CREED OF YOUTH So nigh is grandeur to our dust, So near is God to man, When duty whispers low, Thou must, The youth replies, I can. - - - Emerson The youths of this S'37 class did reply I can, and came through with fly- ing colors. The red, and not the grey of their class colors, displayed a vividly enthusiastic spirit. When, in September, I93I, a very young and bewildered group entered Venice High, one couldn't have visualized what musicians, athletes, scholars and leaders would develop in the years to come. Then, they became Senior "B's", It was a momentous occasion when they organized and became a unified group. They elected the following officers at that time: Orville Greene, President, Kathryn Lewis, First Vice-President, Herbert Vodden, Second Vice-President, Betty Lundin, Secretary, Bob Rosko- wick, Treasurer, Bud Walling and Harley Spendlove, Yell Leaders. These youths were the leaders in planning and carrying out one of the most beauti- ful and successful Senior Proms in yearsl The Theme, as alluring as youth it- self, was "South Sea Island". And now, they are the "Superiors"-Senior "A's"l William Alexander was elected President, and Addie Lack, Secretary, the remaining officers were carried over from the Senior B year. Days they will especially hold dear in memory are the long awaited sweater day, when the youthful Seniors, promenading about the grounds for the bene- fit of the "youngsters", received their grey and red sweaters, and -Crad- uation-sobered at the realization that another phase of their life is about to begin, l36 manly and maidenly youths, in the dusk of the setting sun, amid beautiful flowery scenery, received their diplomas: a dream fulfilled. DEXTER ADAMS .V A Industrial. A' : . Y. W J - 2 P? 7 TATSUIVII AIISAKA Academic: Senior Boys' Clee- B Track: B Football. ERMA ALEXANDER Academic: Oarsman Staff: Senior Ciirls' Clee. WILLIAM ALEXANDER Academic: Senior A Presi- A dent: judge: Scholarship, RO- ? man Lamperg Gondolier Stattg Cosmopolitan Club, President: Varsit "V": B Track: C- m l-l-OYD AMPER Team ylvlanager. Y Industrial: Senior Boys Glee I Secretary: B Football: Varsity 5. IVIARK ANDERSON Industrial: Senior Orchestra: B Football: Varsity and B Track. ' A . and B Track. f Si? ' 'SN Rs N Qs. . 1 ALFORD ARNOLD Academic: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity "V"3 Varsity and B fi Baseball: Varsity Basketball. am , 5' .,... NORMAN AVRIL " Industrial: Senior Boys' Glee: Varsity "V"g Varsity and B Baseball. GEORGE BABAIIAN Industrial: Varsity Ex- A V ecutive Committee: Senior ' ' I Boys' Cileeg Varsity and B A ff . E Af Football: Varsity Track. +32 W .-:. .- V 4 TOM BARTON , Academic. f :f ' - ' sir 'K 4 Z '- V . x , BERNARD BELL ' Commercial. 'V f X +5 f 1 1 was 7 Q W I m y I TOM BENSON ff? "'- Industrial: Stage Crevvg P. A. System: Senior Boys' Gleeq " Varsity Football. ALICE BEYROUTY I A Home Economics. -I 7 , ' W f W 'i 4 R I ' ..ii MARY IANE BIMBER f" .iq Fine Arts: Senior Orchestra, N .. Triog C.A,A. i.,., ." I LYNN BIRD Commercial: Gondolier Statt Oarsman Staff: Senior Ori chestrag C and D Basketball EUNICE BURROWS Commercial: Senior Girls' Glee: Gregg Artist Club, DOROTHY CAMPBELL Academic: Cosmopolitan Club. LORRAINE CHRISTY Academic: Scholarship: Cos- mopolitan Club. get 3 s S Qt ,S K L. .. .i- illi N? f , ff X ,4 fc. - " X X N? MARION COKER Commercial: Scholarship: Cosmopolitan Club. f fs? . 5: Q Q f f DORIS coRRioAN caei in Academic: Oarsman Staff. N' ' . J ..,, E lf MARY CULLlGAN Commercial: Senior Girls' Gleeg G.A.A. ,- A W ask t t , Q f 1 M, , Q :bfi . , '- .Y 1 s rg y T 5 X' f IQ: ,, f if A 537 GOLDEN BRANDER Academic: Senior Band! COS' mopolitan Club: G.A.A. DOROTHY BRICKELL Commercial: Manual Arts High School. WAYNE BUSHEY Industrial: Senior Band: B Baseball: Varsity Football. BETTY ANN CHRISTIAN Commercial: Senior Girls' Gleeg Gregg Artist Clubg G. A.A. VICTOR COATES Industrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity "V"g Varsity and B Baseball. AFTON CONGER Commercial: Senior Band: Gregg Artist Club: G.A.A. EULA MAE COX Home Economics. MARGARET CUTI-llLL Commercial: Home Eco- nomics Club: G.A.A. WALTER DORAN Industrial. WINFRED DUNNE Industrial: Gondolier Staff: Senior Boys' Glee: Varsity "V": Varsity Basketball Man- ager: B Baseball: Tennis Team. TED EASTON Industrial: Senior Boys' Glee. IOSEPHINE ESLICK Home Economics. TOMMY EVANS Industrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity Baseball. IOHN FORLANO Industrial: Varsity "VH: Cross Country: Varsity Football: Varsity Track. .' 'Yi :ii .,., -. .X S37 W... A ,if' :W is 7 f , rr.. , ,yl , , , f f f f . H, I C, ' 3 Q 2 an gf ff f 73 1 " -' rr "Y 5""'W, xdnajz ISABELLE DENNING Commercial: Senior Girls' Gleeg Gregg Artist Club: Cos- mopolitan Club: G.A,A. HARRY DUNI-IAM Industrial: Varsity "VH: Ten- nis Team. BILL DYER Academic: Belmont High School. BILL EDWARDS Academic: Gym Team. TED EVANS Industrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg B and C Football. BLANCHE EVENSON General: Girls' League Rep- resentative: Senior Dramaticsg Cosmopolitan Club: Gondo- lier Staff: Ensemble. LEONARD GARRISON Industrial: Senior Band: Stage Crew: P. A. System. S I . ' N-'X CHARLES GRAY - Industrial. EARL HAIVIANN Industrial: Varsity Basketball: Varsity Track. R S . X X A I l , , f 5 ff .,i. X WILBORNE HARRIS ,VE , ' 9 Academic: Senior Boys' Cleeg MV WQ, 'V Hi-Yg Varsity "V", President: 1'1 ' Varsity and B Baseball: Var- , , .,-.- sity Basketball: Varsity Track. ' if if- ,.'i' ANNIE HINDELANG Commercial. EDDIE HOFFMAN . T Industrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity "V"g B Footballg Var- S sity Swimming. ,A L1 ' :': KI f KLASKE HUIVIIVIEL Commercial: Gregg Artist ikh I Club. A' 4 ff . H' . i E ...,,: .1 f ,,.,,., SARAH KAROBONIK Commercial. I CJ7 VAN GASAWAY n C Commercial: C Track, Basketball. ORVILLE GREENE Academic: Student Body President: Senior B President: Chief Iusticeg Condolier Staffg Senior Boys' Cleeg B Football' B'Track. 1 SHIRLEY HARN Commercial. MARSH HENDRY Academic: Senior Orchestra: Varsity "V"g C and D Bas- ketball: B Swimming: Tennis Team. IACK HINE Academic: Condolier Staff: C and B Football. LORRA I NE HUGHES Commercial. DORIS KAHN Home Economics: Senior Girls' C-lee: Home Economics Club, Secretary and Treasurer. YOSH I KO KATO Academic: Gregg Artist Club. IVIISAO KITA Industrial. IVIARIORIE LARSON Academic: Senior Girls' Glee. BOB LENNON Commercial: D and C Basket- ball. KATHRYN LEWIS Academic: Gondolier Editor: Senior A Vice President: judge: Scholarship, Roman Lamper, Delphian Secretary, Vice President: Oarsman Staff: Senior Girls' Glee: Cos- mopolitan Club, President: G.A.A., Secretary, Basketball Head, Lettergirl. RICHARD LINDHOLIVI Academic. HENRY IVIACHADO Academic: D and C Basket- ba . 25 .Q iw 1 avg H A 'S Q15 G J7 4:5 .J ff IQ f ' V N U. J an , 3 XM l fs, pg X .Q , sy 4 f t Ai 5 . , 7 Q ,V V ff .. . J 4 x 7 4 l MATILDA KHOURY Commercial. ADDIE LACK Commercial: G.A.A. Presi- dent, Senior A Secretary: Gondolier Staff: Cosmopolitan Club, Treasurer: G.A.A., Let- tergirl. LOIS LARSON Commercial: Gregg Artist Club, G.A.A,, Lettergirl. ESTHER LEVINE Academic: Scholarshipg Gon- dolier Staff. luv: LEIBEE Industrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity Track. BETTY LUNDIN Academic: Student Body Vice President: Senior B Sec- retary: judge: Scholarship, Delphian Secretary: Gondo- lier Staff: Senior Band, Presi- dent: Cosmopolitan Club: G. A.A., Lettergirl. HELEN MACK Academic: Long Beach Poly- technic High School. MILDRED MASON Commercial: Gregg Artist Club. ROBERT MCCAUSLAND Commercial: Bookstore Man- ager: Senior Boys' Glee: B Basketball. FLOYD MCGOUGH Academic: Senior Boys' Glee: Senior Orchestra: Varsity "V": Varsity and B Swim- ming: Varsity Football: Sen- ior Band. JACK MCMURRAY Academic: Forestry Club: A and B Swimming. BARBARA MINOR Commercial. NUBIO MORIMOTO lndustrial: Varsity Track. GENEVIEVE NARITELLI Academic: Student Body Sec- retary: Gregg Artist Club: G. A.A., Lettergirl. 4337i S 1 4 g X ' N x X X c ' s f 1 , -1 Q 5' ' Q. A Q s, , X W Q hr if X 4 ' Q3 f f Q r X lv 3 , : , -. . .. LJ y v-,: . ...,. in ir- it O X It V 4 2: tif" Q. Qi " V ' fr 'W ss, .Q ,,,., R If li f fa -1 , K ,, ..., i -5: i A, 2 , 'f ,, f. . y ,sl V 1. Q Q N: on f li ar.. M fffi . H HELEN lVlAlNllON . Commercial: Gregg Arhst Club. FLORENCE MCCARTNEY Academic: Senior Dramatics. RAYOLA MCCLELLAN Academic: Scholarship, Ro- man Lamper, Delphian Presi- dent: Gondolier Staff: Cos- mopolitan Club: G.A.A. Vice President, Lettergirl. MARIE MclNTlRE Commercial: Gregg Artist Club: Cv.A.A, GEORGE MacNElLAGE Academic: B Football: B Track. IUNIUS MOONEY Academic: Scholarship: Sen- ior Girls' Glee: Cosmopolitan Club. ANNA MOTTFA Commercial. ELLEN NEELY Commercial: Gregg Artist Club. RYHEI NOIIIVIA Industrial: Varsity "V": Gym Team. HARRY OKAIVIOTO Commercial: Student Body Treasurer: Senior Boys' Glee: Cosmopolitan Club: japanese Club, President: Varsity "V": Varsity Baseball Manager: B Track: B Football:Gym Team. IWAO OKAMOTO Industrial. MARY LOU PARKE Academic: Scholarship: Gon- dolier Staff: Cosmopolitan Club: Girls' League Repre- sentative: G.A.A. IOCELYN PAWLING Academic: Girls' League President: Scholarship: Gon- dolier Staff: Oarsman Staff: Senior Girls' Glee: Latin Club: Cosmopolitan Club: G.A.A., Yell Leader, Lettergirl. RUSSELL PETERSON Industrial: Senior Band: For- estry Club: Varsity Swim- ming. ... dir 3 M 4 .,.. P A if' 4 mf, gf 'Fa MARY LOU NEWTON Academic: Scholarship, Ro- man Lamper: Senior Girls Glee: Latin Club, President Cosmopolitan Club, Secretary G.A.A. IVIINORA OBA Industrial: Senior Boys' C-lee B Track. TAKASHI OKAIVIOTO Industrial: Gym Team. IVIAKOTO OKUIVIURA Commercial: Senior Boys Glee: C Track. RODERICK PARKER Academic: Gym Team, 'I BRENT PETERSEN Commercial: Gym Team. ELDON PERKINS Industrial. n ALFRED POLKINGHORN Academic: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity Basketball Manager. HARVEY PRIDEAUX Industrial. ISABELLE RITCHIE Commercial: Girls' League Representative: Cosmopolitan Club: G.A.A. NATHAN ROSEN Industrial: Gym Team. GERALD RUSSON Industrial. EDWINA SCHATZ Commercial: Gregg Artist Club: G.A,A. FLORENCE SHAVER Commercial: Gregg Artist Club. S37 K :S JY I f ,g 5 7.. H we is W A Z X f NORMA PHILLIPS Academic: Senior Orchestra: Senior Girls' GIGG. KEITH PORTER Academic: Gym Team, Cap- tain: D Basketball. AUDREY RICE Academic: Cosmopolitan Club: G.A.A. IOSEPHINE ROGAN Home Economics: Home Eco- nomics Club, Secretary. BOB ROSKOWICK Commercial: Senior A Treas urerg Gym Team. IVIIYEKO SAISHO Fine Arts: G.A.A., Lettergirl. DOROTHY SCOTT 1" . Commercial: Gregg Artist . Club: G.A.A. ' .s r 537 SHIRLEY SHELDON Academic: Scholarship: Gon- dolier Staffg Senior Orchestra, Cosmopolitan Club. ZEDDA SIMON Commercial: Gregg Artist Club. HARLEY SPENDLOVE Industrial: Senior A Yell Leader, Forestry Club, Senior Boys' Glee, President: Gym Team, AIKO TAKAHASHI Fine Arts: Scholarship: Oars- man Staff: Cosmopolitan Club: G.A.A. PEGGY TANSEY Academic: Scholarship, Del- phian Treasurerg Cosmopoli- tan Club, Treasurer, G.A.A., Lettergirl. WILLIAM VAN EVERY Academic: B Basketball: B Track Manager, Varsity Track Manager. HERBERT VODDEN Academic: Senior A Vice President: Gondolier Staff: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity Vice President, C and B Football: Varsity Swim- ming: Ensemble, President. il is cy M X I -':: . :,. v f Q . "Q f if .f ,,,, fi ,f J, f . . ,, Yr F S37 5 I J ' l x f uf 4 .1 f f foe 7!?fX s A f V -XA A 1, flew -., ,K X f , J X fx, I . 1 1 E , , f si 'lfiifl 'f f m YOSHI SHIMA Academic: Roosevelt High School. MAX SINCLAIR Industrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg Varsity and B Basketball: Varsity and B Track. RAYMOND SQUIRES Industrial: Senior Boys' Gleeg C and B Football, Tennis Team Manager. TORU TAKAMATSU Academic: Scholarship, Ro- man Lamper, Delphian Presi- dent, Cosmopolitan Club, japanese Club: Varsity Track. ALICE MAY TEUBNER Home Economics: Oarsman Staff, Senior Girls' Gleeg Home Economics Club. IOHN VAN ELK Industrial. IACK WAKAMATSU Academic: Varsity and B Football. Q AI M NINE B Nearing the end of their junior High School career, these members of the B9 class are awaiting the time they will be the "high'n mighty" 9A's. The various home room advisers are Miss Brown, Miss McFeeIy, Miss Messenger, Miss Schrack, and Mrs. Schreiber. 7 NINE A For the past semester this has been the class that the junior High students have idolized, These stu- dents are now about to enter Sen- ior High School, having had the ad- visers, Miss Edwards, Miss Gehlen, Miss Orton, Mrs. Finley, Mrs. Loible, Mr. Lustie, and Mr. Amo. l' l all r FORTY-SIX f Q K A J' 1 , 'rl' f , J 'x 'i 'i EIGHT A As usual our A8 class is one of the largest in school with an en- rollment ot 2l8. This is expected to be an outstanding class. Their capable advisers are Mrs. Moran, Miss Tucker, Mrs. Larkey, Miss Lockyer, Mr. Cox and Mr. Chaney. 9 E EIGHT B With an additional five members since last semester, the B8 class' total enrollment novv stands at a high mark of l95. This class has a number ot very promising young athletesj The advisers are Mrs. Bushey, Miss Pilot, Miss Tompkins, Mr. Norton and Mr. Rogers. . 4 I - 1 li if FORTY-SEVEN i l U , T l as Q ..S?gg., A 5, 5 Q S' 0 Q Q A . ,Q . 8 in he V5 Q. 8 .5 .. , QMS is ,. v - Q - Tl if 1 it MW lf :Fl ' -.l TN- " Q'-f""N"'F' if P? ffm N"-:cv T H " ' 3-. i l ,, N A , Q Q '15 java: ' ' ,fin , 1 A ,AQ5 5 ii, 'aw Q-I.. gig :P+ s ,,,nA x:'vA,. ., 51. fr-Q, ,Fwy cg ..fw,' H- ' r-S-""' in Wdxv as 7- 2- M ,iff 'Y-fa ' HM f if , '- . t ,wg-sg .,.. - naw A .:. ff, ' A v gyy- Fun mf' ,. A 'ff .. .r f 94.5 2 2. -W . .. f, . L. 1 1., I. - ., M. , ,, if ff '- fi .mx ?- i s ,2rsz.4-71,42 sf . 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'44 k . , .-A. -5 . ,.. Y M , V 7,4 .-f,-, .,, W I ', 4, ',.ff'i5, . " " .g.1,,1.,N-N iw. .f,,,,f -,x, :ah ,I , ,,, . -., .L,,,,, -A .ff f 7' , 3. .f ,gf . 1 4 P' . Jil , .V ,N 2175 Ng '.,,p, 4, 4, - . , v ' ., .,-7,1 'H 4: - '11 , Q, . , .. ,., .,s. +1 '-Na+ Q. ' Ag.. A 1 , 1 w r i I I y ? JM Ai 5 H' U J V, ,ff f 6550! 'wif WA 1 5 1 I 1 LM f f XEEW f M DELPHIAN SOCIETIES The Delphian Society is an organized branch of the California Schol h' - ars ip Federation for the purpose of attaining and maintaining a high degree of scholarship at Venice High School. It is a highly restrictive organization, mem ership being limited to those securing only the best grades. Now , as in the past, the Delphian Society worked under the motto "Scholarship for Ser vice," and it is hoped and believed that all are contributing to the welfare of the high school, "socially, athletically, and scholasticallyf' Roman Lamps were awarded to the following members of the winter grad- uating class: IVlarion Luebke, IVleyoshi Ikawa, Norman Sapiro, and Frances Tracy. Norma Williams, Rayola McClellan, lVlary Lou Newton, William Alexander, Toru Takamatsu, and Kathryn Lewis are the Roman Lampers of the summer graduating class. The junior Delphian Society, with a membership of approximately sixty-six each semester, follows the example set by the Senior Delphians, but on a less elaborate scale. Those to whom Honor Certificates were awarded because of four semesters membership in the society, one of these being the ninth year, were: Gordon Irvine, Earl Smith, Donald Everetts, Phyllis Sapiro, and jackie Williams. CLUBS The clubs are an essential part of the Venice High School life because the students are so interested and cooperate wholeheartedly in any activity that their clubs enter into. The second Monday of the month at three o'clock is the time appointed for the meetings of the Cosmopolitan, Gregg Artist, Home Economics, lnkling, Latin, Photography, Venetian Talent, and japanese clubs. VENETIAN TALENT CLUB First row: Marjorie Stephenson, Bebe Salome, Irene Tanner,'Barbara Vale,'Virginia Wright, Jean Woods, Otto Young. Second row1 Frank Renard, Beverly Ruben, Doris Roman, Nadine Rhoades, Henry Scharringa, Maxine Suttun, Cyrene Scenitzjer. Third row: Jack Mullane, Frances Machado, June Marinelli, Mary Jane Martin, Mary Helen Norvel, Mitsuye Nakayu, Hilda Mae Robertson. Fourth row: Margaret Enerch, Harvey Epstein, Mary Lee Gilmore, Mar Gibson, Barbara Hllbarny, Dorothy Hale, Betty J-ohnson. Fifth row Mildred Allen, Wilma Brodsky, Betty Barney, Gwendolyn Copeland, Collen Cotton, Belva Clive. . ' ww 'ff R 1 ... M " ,,.f EW -W' '-new ' I 'MQ' ff? . if I 4 . .f - Q Wai ia .I 'I-G? f .. if M Y t I f 52715,-Y 9 . of ,, i ' f , .W ' "" , i if " 4 -. ' . .MD A by f AM I K - N wma.. ' yy., I ' . .jf ,. ' 1 . . .- .- f ig' fit"-, X ' i ' fr .,, f, 1 Img, , "" W J W If ' , I E Q. ff 1 . .54 X V ' ww . 1 fy. gg: fr ,f 1. I . A . I , 4 fi- A ' 1' 4 Q' A g f 'QV , f ,V , if ,. , , ., . 4 - . ,, ,, h 453. , , ,. W1 f 'W' . I ff if""'? Q, A W ,za J I 5 ,V -ji. A 3 I W X A , V., 5 ., pg. , . -sa .. . . FIFTY-ONE 4 ps I ,QAISQ . fs' l I Lis A 5 ., , I 43 .K Q gf' all 1 i' Q Q I -Q l w ' I I i . Q - 4 ,Q EQ 555 F' Q, 3 1 ,s 51 s. I l Q Q .QQQQQQQQQ QQ Qf .., F Q :-v ., 20,-ty it it if . L 1 as P+ as QE -1 O 4 S- I I Q Fw i, ' ,Qi 5 s . V Q Q f I' ss I I . S A oi , , .f . 91 fi I I 'fi 2' 'ii , -I q, 1 4 tg, if S S, I ,. ,, 1--,if + ' 1 .. QQ I Q A Q I, AAAA- ., 2 4 , , ,.AAM Q .,,. , 4 A :2 ' I Af ,"Q , I . , . L ., f 5 A I I L , gi A f -1 A V A FHQM gf, Q- f t -. , lt-wwf--4-zsffi e i , , 4' I Qi --.I W 1 ' - 44 I Q 1. I I ' , s S 1, -I' Q"' ' -. , r . ' 5 I 9 ai 1 , . 4 -f : 7 -'Q 39, 1 I 4': I .,-:-' .,..:,' i . S EP. ,, 'A -1 ' -+I "':: , :" ' I X ii 5' , Q V Q Q Q .,:,v iQ , Q Q Q Q QQ Q Q x...,. Q , , ., I i A X A , Ixx, Q 1 if L -" .f ,,,, ,I l L' l A , ' 1 ' ' "A' , , I I A-A 2 4 ' , 5 ,-, Wig , I 3 Qs I I S a QQ :FQ kg AQ ,Q iv Q Q . I ,,.,: Q Q H Q Q I Q ., -. Q, I.-A . ,. Q . xx QQQ - , T1 - 4 I K A ie , of , ,,' 4" ,fi I it .,...- . ., , I, Q , :E If Q3 l I I k' gg A Q 4 , ,,.7 V ' ' is Q 1 I 't X, so 1- Q sl E AX I I Q A , .. .n I I Xi httl i L rg f Q I ' 45 SENIOR DELPHIANS First row: Peggy Tansey, Aiko Takahashi, Nancy Takahashi, Anita Thomas, Misao Tirmaoko Henry Vas- uez Shi! W S d Q , ir ey axman, econ row: Norman Sapiro, Shirley Sheldon, Barbara Simons, Donald Simpson, Earl Smith, Daisy Storm, Toru Takamatsu. Third row: Ichiro Okamura, Joy Pawling, Wesley Perkins, Frances Reizer, George Richardson, Max Robbins, Morton Robbin. Fourth row: Elinore Miller, Ignota Miller, Tatsuko Miyaji, Junius Mooney, Mary Lou Newton, Elinore Niolen, Mary Oden, Fifth row: Kay Lewis, Gaspar Liotta, Betty Lundin, Jack MacNeilage, Rosa Mae McClellan, Rayola McClellan, Peggy MC- Intosh. Sixth row: Mary Kirk, Misao Kita, Richard Klein, Glorian Krieger, Jack Lescoulie, Esther Levine, Joan Lewis. Seventh row: Ray Gillette, Ralph Glaze, Meyoshi Ikawa, Gordon Irvine, Catherine Johnk Teruo Kamoto, Betty Jane Keith, Eighth row: Gill tt B h Q e ec tel, Albert Blanford, Robert Blanford, Betty Brown, Lorraine Christy, Alice Ede, Lone Gaunt. Ninth row: Mrs. Girard, Don Adams, William Alexander, June Allington, David Arnold, Ernest Barbour, Mrs. Randall. .FIFTY-TWO l E- V A SENIOR DELPHIANS rlka Wlldf Mafgafef Wlldbeck, Norma Williams, Udene Williams, 61 w , a ,. 4 4 Q A X Ben Yumori, lsamu Yumorii , V,r,i.N V , . V V ! W 1 , an l Z. , , iff- WW Z-Y Q vs L f ' f A 4 ' WA V Q xx.. -, I VV T , V , Vj i , 1 i "' W- "--" ' f ' ' f-,,..,,,,.M,,. l ' . i X l , ,,,m . i ' N , '- Y? , .V ,. , V , ,f ,V Kgs . K A I L 1 5 l K .valve l 7 ' ' ' i , mmmmm i I N. . QED ,VV - ViViV . E VVV. ,. V ,V V. V 414:-Q AN ,qi-xg 1 .cox ...X " fax V V V f AV 49 X V - N ' QQ V ' ,, l 4 V 'V , ffm, I , I X is-iv V V VA QFXVV V VV K A V. . V, ,f ,Tw , M V V A 5 .V ,m,, A , V V V V, flvv VV ,, , .,,,,, ,, ,, E V , ,Mmm f , QQ V Q My VVVV VVVV f ,V , . ig, N 1 V W if ., 4,1 ' 55 .--' ,f ll ,,,VVi f:n1'. 5. 1' 7, .A A . ,,,, f ,- ff: is, , V... W, ag V f M140 f, gnu "V A 1V QP ff-,ZQTIVKMVVZ X if , lawn l f ' X , '71 , , .. , . " ' if l , Wm H i .' il, I P- fu ff '9 -- f ' W, A 'A il " M f,,.h i 3 ' we -. .QV ' I V 'A A V A "ii V, -VV ' i f V V V V, V, .VV4 , A ,, V j , 5 4.1171 V ,,V,,V . T ,. ' 4' ' , A , ' . . ' , ,, Vf fi: V 1 ,VVL,,, f . , 1 , VV ' f M I L, af , 5 I ' E , , I 1 l ' - 4 , ,,, M . ' f 'V' 5' , ' Q ' gf wg- ff ,ww , I' , V , , V i ' ,320 - V 3 ' V - '33, A' ffm N.. V "fr I ' ' ' 51' qi ,.,,,Lf ,,' ,,,7 A . 4f7WfiWJLL' 17 l A V, 1 A 1. , ,, ,,,, V , V .f 4 , ,,. . .. V . V , ,, ,,,,, , L ,, , I f V ' ' V . V V i I f A I I i aff' ' 'f 2 ' A g...a ,, ' . - QL ' -3 i,ffl,i"4'Q Q I L 4 COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Firsf row: May Toyoshima, Dorothy Wallace, Barbara Walker, Shirley Waxman, Norma Williams, Virginia Wolfe, lsarnu Yumori, Second row: Morion Robbin, Miyeko Saisho, Shirley Sheldon, Barbara Simons, Aiko Takahashi, Toru Takamafsu, Peggy Tansey. Third row: Mary Lou Newton, Harry Okarnoio, Marie Ortez, Mary Lou Parke, Peggy Rawson, Anthony Ricca, Isabel Ritchie, Fourfh row: Alice Ede, Mary- belle Mclnfyre, Jack Maclsleilage, lgnota Miller, Junius Mooney, Alan Munro, Alice Nernetz. Fifih row: Glorian Krieger, Addie Lack, Joan Lewis, Kay Lewis, Beify Lundin, Rayola McClellan, Rosa Mae McClel- l . ' h : M f J Sara Kaufman, Agnes Kennesron, Dorothy Kimura, Mona Kino, Mary an Sixt row y anevy ones, Kirk, Richard Klein. Seventh row: Lorraine Christy, Mari-on Coker, Lois Cummings, Polly DeMovilIe, Bob ' ' ' ' ' W'Il' AI d Edwards, Blanche Evenson, Mary Frazier, Eighih row. Miss Danielson, Donald Adams, I iam exan er, Ernest Barbour, Anne Biggs, Elaine Bollman, I-larold Carlsied. FIFTY-THREE l W R l ""t-si.. A- -- ,..... T.. . , , , Y S+--sig , 6 J l IA' A ...- pfsrxi. ' .L ,.,. .1 , NX l 4kfr N , U f zis .ual Z 4 q 5 ' 1 1 X AS W' E , ,, J - U, 6 - .. y- ., f Q ' ..,. lv J .f fe f l Q 4 H "'l H . V .,,, , 1 E ' ' 1 . I' 2 wQ,,,fg,f., X , i r-.gf r :-: ,,,. ,,., 0 'RZ' 33 ' H y! .':" - ---f " -as-1 - - . i A ,ff 'VY i .. ' V, . , 4 - -r V X , 5.-wtf' Wg . . ' W f fl ww f .J ffl, ' K Q i t JE R :s lit R ' Q EW I, . gig fs, A N i we 5 ' if ' A X ..3. " F 5, . - 2 I lm JUNIOR DELPHIANS First row: Milton Maguire, Ralph Manzer, June Marinelli, Leland McCollum, Margret Mellon, Dorothy Messenger, Shizuye Miyaki. Second row: Harvey Johnson, Betty Junket, Betty Kimoshita, Robert Lage, Jean Larsen, Jean Lindner, Johanna Lowe. Third row: La Verne Higham, Fred Hook, Helen Hopgood, Gordon lrvine, Steve Jamison, Catherine Johnk, Betty Johnson, Fourth row: Lucille Golden, Beverly Gray, Shannon Gregory, Helen Gundersen, Reina Hanson, Noreen Harrington, Carl Helms. Fifth wow: Frances Drake, Donald Everetts, Philiis Fitield, Madeline Fix, Paula Forbes, Roy Gaunt, Hannah Glickman. Sixth row: Helen Cox, Billie Mae Davis, Virginia Day, Dale De Jarnett, Rosemary DeMeester, Ruth Dimont, Cecil Dingler. Seventh row: Betty Buck, Charlotte Canning, William Cantrell, Edythe Carlson, Robert Conrad, Gwendolyn Copeland, Audrey Corrigan. Eighth row: Betty Barney, Betty Jane Beers, Freda Berg, Robert Blanford, Wilma Brodsky, Billie Brown, George Brown. Ninth row: Mrs. Girard, Mary Grace Allen, Betty Jane Armstrong, Jean Avena, Norman Baker, Alice Barlow, Miss Burns. FIFTY-FOUR 7 vw' 7 , H!! ,, X QQ .,.,. , ' ,. 5 2 ::"":: f 3 V , ' , Z 1 , , li "VV'VVV :-- g ' I ,. . , . I My H i . f f f' 1 . f it ' u 5' L V A, AA is 'W Y w'N'k ,Z M" 4 A E A ' l b ., ,,,,,,, E , I ' fl I 'hh M Q,-:rfiasi in if . .V A ' '- f I l . ., 1' fm :- H . A A4 ' i , ::: z ,..,,.,---'- ' V J i A .1 l , Q 11: 1 K' ' 0' 1 ff f .. ,M WA Ml A ., Lj 'j,: :5..'-Is' is-..,j:.: ' Wg. f M '- vwwfnWmm i ' i ,g '..f , If f . 1,4 f f Mx Q . l ' .-'- f .1 L, ,Q m- M.. Q um, v l ,, if , . i ,M . , ,ri ff 4 ' f K WX J W, xi' l Z , i f IUNIOR DELPHIANS First rowr Dorothy Watson, Barbara Webster, Beverly Weinberg, Beverly Whitaher, Delphine Williams, Jackie Williams. Second row: Earl Smith, Marie Smith, Bebe Soloman, Elaine Speede, lrene Tanner, Midori Utsuki, Betty Wand. Third row: Doris Reiman, Gloria Richardson, Irving Rosen, Beverly Rubin, Phyllis Sapiro, Virginia Shaw, Marjorie Sinclair. Fourth row: Betty Moore, Donald Nelson, Ayako Okurnura, Gwenievere Parker, Leah Pettit, Betty Pross, Mildred Raber. 19 4' n L U , .3 A ,,., 1 Us l!,, f J, I f , V , - ,:.. R 4 :.:. , ...., !x jV,N.. 6- ' Y 4 5526 96 WQWQSQ1 rig. -a,fs,-.- E: Q, :1 . Q! f X2 I Q!Wff2f!f 'illi fs f eigyav fw , X A ' 5 f df. Wx f fm: my 0 " . f . V ' st? M" 5 A ,cw .ff ,, . W- rf ul' N.. X wa: X , , M 0 f 1 + X f f wiv f L L dry . , , . M W fv , Q. 'J y. , ,, A A A ,,., , A N V , I 17, V., , ,J B: mf f - f i ' - .gf I, if I I , ,E ,,,, L ff M is . M M Y ,, K i Cr .4 '- ' Y- -W-.- ...dwg " , V. z I 'I 5 Weep J A , .,.... - is, f ew , a s I 'V , A ,, V L. 1 '75 lain. f f limi 1 ' :Wi HOME ECONOM lCS CLUB - . , ' Al' T b er, Margaret Wildbeck, Marion Wilderman, Udene Qfzimaxglpgiig I-Szlfindosggldornil l?ct?v??nPtudlte3 Bselhpne, Louise Bouchard, Betty Brown, Louise Chandler, Evelyn GoldbergyDoris Jean Hillerby, Doris Kahn. Third row: Mrs. Crandall, Rula Adams, Evelyn Arnold, Elsie Bell. FIFTY-FIVE I L.,x K k . Z 1 A A ' 4 . S ax' s .3 ..x.. ' V 'I - X' ,, S 'X . ,,,, S --.A S W G J S , , - M . ., -,..iif,.is X iu J WZ? . , , , - . - , ,A " " f 15.1, s K , S , A 1. t -ass 5- A Y., 1 ' ,gf-4 ,ff 9, a f, . ,i , " . W' . K V , X- .f f ' , 1 ' .,, ,,,, Q ..... - 'iW-,--f-'- 1' :ez W ' 1-1.21 -41212-f 1 V"' 1 V JC' x -54' .AMI - X, ,3.,,: .3 -,-. ' ,,,,, , , ,Mfg , wel' . - -ti X 2 4-TT' - -' f f J .-,. , f . , 'Nl - iff: ' ' ' 1 -"H MG- U. ' ff 1' x""Es-.,. 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J ..,, . f ' J fe- F f- Q P f 4- ,V - -Y .M 4-, r 1 yt -' W " 'cv . -E'-3 ,' ' 9,4 '.'- " I xx fr ,,' H st 1' fiwm ' LM ,,..,,...,.w ,,,, -- --.U .-,.,.,,. . , , W . ' ' ""' t " "" ' ' " 'Um' , .. . If ,A ,, Q -. , r Q ,L VVVV 7 ,, l A Q .V qt - 4 5' ,... . . j' . , 7A 5,-M--' rg 2 ff ' QP .1 , ,V ' l J 3' 'Sw if ls? X: WN, If I7 ,5 ,ui , V 2 K , , L, ........,.....-,,' W,,,,,,, L7 , H-W"-'W ' ' N , . -,,, , , , 2 ,rf -., Al S Q WM Sf, . ,. ,Q Q ' , i f , - ..,.., ' -gg-' 2 is ' Y' , 'f lift' Qt f' .rep f - .4 R Q- - F X S 1 . f , ' W z i M -Q..L,:f 2- -f N '- ':f:"', -' fi 71 ' if C 2 .- ' ,, 112:25 , ' ,l I W - , t - ., GREGG ARTI STS CLU B First row: Fay San Juan, Neoma Savant, Edwina Schatz, Katherine Schatz, Dorothy Scott, Florence Shaver, Margery Shreenen. Second row: Lenora Nordquist, Iona Prator, Joan Quarrington, Gloria Resrnick, Shir- ley Robb, Beatrice Rofey, Ruth Ruda. Third row: Alene Meanes, Ruth Milgrom, Barbara Min,or, Pauline Mirack, Genevieve Naritelli, Rhoda Neal, Ellen Neely. Fourth row: Bernice Manion, Helen Manion, Leah Marshall, Aletha Martin, Mildred Mason, Marie Mclntyre, Ruth McNulty. Fifth row: Klaske Hummel, Nellie Jacobs, Roberta Johnson, Yoshiko Kato, Doris Kent, Judith Lang, Lois Larson. Sixth row: Vera Mae l-lanlin, Betty Jo Hendricks, Helen Hensler, Annie Hindelang, Thelma Hoberg, Grace Howard, Marion Hughes. Seventh row: Bernyta Ferkins, Josephine Finn, Violet Frawley, Betty Frickert, Billie Gidney, Evelyn Gottlieb, Betty Grant. Eighth r0w: Marguerite Cox, Louise Coulter, Betty Jo Davis, Jackie Davis, Isabelle Denning, Olga Dillion, Marie Fagan. Ninth row: Mrs. Wood, Regina Atwood, Frances Barbatti, Grace Biorkland, Rene Boulware, Eunice Burrows, Betty Ann Christian. FIFTY-SIX , ' .ff .Wi I fr a ,213 , CREC-C ARTISTS CLU B Edith Whitman, Erika Wild, Ja e Y V' ' ' ' . Sonia Simon, Betty South, Daigy Stcciijnffiig' Irgmla Zlegleri Second row' First row: Mary Kay Warner, , ,i'WfiXW'W6WXf"W QV, ' , 'fi' 5-wer' ' J 4 ff it M Q" I . J , it r it ff t tf ,, ,Z .-... 4 5, ..... .-.. ,, ,,-,A 4.1 1- .. J! Ui ,413 , v,,, K ,V , 1 . z 'Www I , X I ' i t ff Jig, w x , I ,,,, f. 9 ml ,n 70,9 pil, l , A J , ,MW ,sf .,,, ,, , -p 4 , X W , , .ywf o , ., 4 , ' aff Qu.. ef 1' -H" f ---- V f ,, 'ty -, 4 il y,,,: . ' -"' ' ' -. l , , ,,:,,,,,..,.. 1,. , - X- , A A , VVVV, l 1 i , i ' ' , , I V ' ,e 7-.,,,, J f V ' V' ' , R K , , f , by , y Ji I .X W fi ,MV ,,,, 5 wr ,, ,gm , ff , J , C f . A as H, f ,M .1 fy-+-2, f. M ', . QQ "M .,,,1:. ., ft 'Q Ja - wt " iw? , i'ri f Y 1 ,,,. .f f f , J, ff, VA. , 1 f' 1 " fi "' I "- -' V rv Qs ' ,Sr .- ' 1 P- ,, . 5: 1 ---- ,-" rf ff 'K f' Af - by f' .. " ' . r,a: .,.f " .Z uw .. ,,,,, ,,, ,, I - ' V7 Q! p, , fl 3 " - ' ' at-A f .. J' ,W V1 , .-, ,,,, ,, .237 ' l l ' 1-if ,A - cf V. gk 1 , wk ,X . I. ,Q ,V ' , ,. - ' " ' ' ah., aim 141, , A. A N- 1, PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB First row: Jack Sutherlin, Joseph Sutter, Dudley Schultz, Kimio Tomiyo, Henry Vasquez, lgnaero Vas- quez, Arthur Wildbeck. Second row: Gilbert McMillan, Dudley Pearson, Jay Peters, Byron Parker, Jimmy Robertson, James Robearge, Norman Sapiro. Third row: Stanley Hobbs, Fred Hook, Arvie Ham, David Jones, Hillard Kopp, Leland Lewis, Eugene Moran. Fourth row: Floyd Cockerham, Keith Conley, Kenneth Davidson, James Hinds, Sam Henrietta, Harold Heine, Carl Helms. Fifth row: David Arnold, Richard Blanch, Donley Bradey, Bill Brees, Kenneth Bohn, Harrison Betts, Norman Brumbelow. Sixth r-ow: Mr. Rogers, Lloyd Amper, Mr. Norton. FIFTY-SEVEN gig I ss . V5 l 1: ' . .fi B --as E W Q pi .X P 'vig T . 5 , ts. AM.. vc N, s ,. X J- 2. f.,,y, .ies , A xx ' . C i . . . - . Ns ' 'r ,1 X- -: ,bA, Q., 1, g .xx I X xx V I . E. . . . . cg.-. . N ' A " E3 , - ---' ' 4 E l 3 X Qi I 1 ' l ii 'J as f 4- . ar S1 , ,. w, W gi ,N N S Us " A, ,r ' T if ..,, L ,. . 'Q' .I 'V ' I l A ' . . iff ga . -X z , V 4 M g,, an i , , shim W1 i ,f 9. l as . . 5 5 - sq, 1 ' 1-4 -A ,V ,I l N. . , is , M i , ea , .ff .,,, 3 A , . '-.. .L H J' .......j...--., I .,, ' ,. B- ' ' , C fl ----H f'-- M- ,,,.,,,l-,, ' ,.., ,..,,..-..- AM- --..--i-1--T 4, ' 4 fill .r l it J ' J J 2 x 4. f WA! i- QV ' J I - QW sq si ' Q ,,f,.ss, Q Q " Q K' br ' , H . x X " --AMW ag... . L ..,.ww- ' .. 1. ,V A if QQ - 1 V,..,,..-,..c M .c . LATIN CLUB R... First row: Mary Schollenberger, Virginia Shaw, Frances Stepner, Herschel Swiryn, John Tabor, Pete Thomas, Morry Trainotf. Second row: Joy Pawling, Ruth Peacock, Frances Porter, Martha Reid, Helen Ronon, Miyeko Saisho, Phyllis Sapiro. Third row: Chesolee Manges, Evelyn Goldberg, Mary Jane Martin, Dick McGough, Dorothy Messenger, Muriel Murray, Eleanor Owen, Ffourth row: Steven Jamison, Betty Jane Keith, Virgil Kirkman, Grace Landis, Betty Lindgren, Jane Lindgren, Mary Alice Madden. Fifth row: Beverly Gray, La Verne Haas, Helen Hanerrnan, La Dona Harris, Lois Hartwig, La Verne Higham, Whitney Hunner. Sixth rowi Kenneth Fontaine, Harry Fradkin, Loie Gaunt, Bette George, Evelyn Gilbert, Marilyn Marshall, Charles Graham. Seventh row: Lorraine Crutcher, Arthur Damion, Rosemary Demeester, Frances Drake, Margaret Emrick, Donald Everetts, Leo Fenster. Eighth row: Peggy Bjorkland, Robert Blantord, John Boyd, Charlotte Canning, Jack Clegg, Robert Conrad, Audrey Corrigan. Ninth row: Miss Ward, Bill Addington, Barbara Arnold, Alice Barlow, Gillett Bechtel, Patricia Biner, Miss Hutchlson. FIFTY-EIGHT I il i l V "'F4"" 1 ,.1.. r , ' aww a, 1 r r ' -- if if i "-' " C f . V' B W "i:i'55Z'f'i,f - 4 ' It - , I , , Q9-f-fi' " il " .M '57 ' .W ,- 1., 'ff w affwri.. was 1,-H, W! w.f M4l ,,,,,m,A3ym,mMf ,. ,. A , 2 A, La 4 N 1 137 1 LATIN CLUB First row: Frances Wentz, Mary Wentz, Beverly Whitaker, Bruce White, Jackie Williams. Second row: Warren Walker, Morgan Warner, Peggy Watkins. Wifi? ,E 7 5 " i ij 4 ii i lk ' " v f V .! W., 9 M412-:5:1:ev 5 ,, I , 99 -361 ' ' -- , A N 4 ,' - 54-4 .sa f , f. f 4 f , , , - , " 1, , ..,. f , 1 H-,s f INKLINC-S CLUB First row: Donna Colby, Miriam Feinstein, Virginia Ferguson, Pat Pat Smith. Second row: Miss Schrack, Niva Allington, Evalene PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM Furey, Banks Frances Kearney, Lillian Norvell, ton, May Brenberg, Alma Carter. Lester Galloway, Leonard Garrison, Norman Sapiro, Mr. Amo, Henry Vasquez, Jack Shafer, lsarnu Yumori. mf , .400-:zz FIFTY-NINE SOLOISTS Jack Lynwood, Norma Williams, Jesse Rosenquist, Shirley Rodemeyer, TRIO Barbara Simons, Mary Jane Birnber, Norma Mirkin, SOLO I STS Venice High School has always been able to boast of having a number ot excellent solo voices, and that reputation has been well supported by this group of soloists at various civic clubs and churches, both locally and in the metropolitan center ot Los Angeles. The soloists have received much of their training here at Venice l-ligh in voice classes and in the C-lee Clubs. The solo- ists this year consisted ot Norma Williams, soprano: Shirley Roclemeyer, so- prano, jesse Rosenquist, baritone, and lack Lynwood, saxaphone soloist. TRIO - During the tall semester ot l936, the String Trio, one of the most suc- cessful and certainly the most unique ot all Venice l-ligh music organizations, was formed. The Trio, conducted by lVlr. Cox, consists of Mary jane Bimber, pianist, Norma lvlirkin, cellistg and Barbara Simons, violinist, members of the Venice Senior Orchestra. SIXTY J, , W ,, SENIOR BAND First row: Paul Godfrey, Merril Sustill, Robert Glover, Leonard Ginsberg, Golden Brander, Henry Schade, Richard Klein, Russell Peterson, Betty Lundin. Second row: Ray Yahns, Jack Lynwood, John Van Elk, Arthur Alworth, Lawrence Torkelson, Donald Adams, Leo Perry, Nancy Takahashi, Rosie Gallo. Third row: Izumi Utsuki, Roy Godfrey, Bob Sillings, Carl Combs, Carlyle House, Jack McNeilage, Lugene Ludlow. Fourth row: Bob Robinson, Davis Newberry, Althea Martin, Darwin Gregg, Pierce Hawley, George Mclndo, Dudley Shultz, Fifth row: Stanley Clark, Sandy Munroe, Don Kirkelie, Jack Gearing, Bill Sinclair, George McNeilage, Dariel Grier. SENIOR ORCHESTRA First row: Concert Mistress Barbara Simons, Mark Anderson, John Russ, Polly DeMoville, Katherine Johnk, Norma Mirkin, Eleanor Ellis, Lynn Bird. Second row: Mary Jane Bimber, Gilbert Jagger, Clara Conville, Goitske Hummel, Ollie Sheldon, Dan Cripe, Harold Smith, Mr. Cox. Third row: Helen Roland, Floyd McGough, Arthur Alworth, Park Ward. SENIOR BAND The Senior Band has attained greater distinction this year by play- ing at concerts and assemblies. The students' flashy uniforms and unique drills at the football games added to its popularity. The presi- dents of the last two semesters were Betty Lundin and Don Kirk- elie. SENIOR ORCHESTRA The demand for the Senior High School Orchestra to perform at the leading social organizations of the community for the past two semes- ters has been greater than ever be- fore because of their artistic ability. Barbara Simons has very ably com- manded the concert chair. SIXTY-ONE L SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB SENIOR BOYS' CLEE CLUB ENSEIVIBLE SIXTY-TWO SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Concluding a period of extensive study under the direction of Miss Myrtle Blevvett, the Senior Girls' Glee Club has progressed in a manner of which Venice may well be proud. Singing at several student assemblies and spreading festive cheer during Christmas week by singing carols in the halls, the Glee highlighted the year's work by singing at both Senior Graduations. Inter-group responsibilities vvere shared by President, lean Hart, Librarian, Irene Blessing, and Secretary-Treasurer, Udene Williams for the first semes- ter, and President, Udene Williams, Librarian, Barbara Walkerg and Secre- tary-Treasurer, Emily Lovve for the second semester. Accompanists were Sara Kauffman and Natsuko Aoki. SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE First row: Natsulko Aoki, Emily Lowe, Frances Barbatti, Betty Jane Keith, Kathryn Lewis, Mary Kirk, Bea- trice Bush, Virginia Ray, Cecelia McWhennie, Barbara Walker, Yochi Shima. Second row: Thelma Bisbey, Matsui Nakatani, Alice Teubner, Ollie Shelton, Miss Blewett, Ruth Wright, Marie Ortez, Marjory Larson, Norma Moore, Betty Hetherington. Third row: Nina Spencer, Wanda Browning, Betty Weinberg, Junius Mooney, Yvonne.Trevitt, Eunice Burrows, Sara Kauffman, Dorothy Scott, Alice Nemetz. Fourth row: Betty Ann Christian, Norma Williams, Alice Ede, Connie Bennett, Doris Kahn, Mary Lou Newton, Norma Phillips. SENIOR BOYS' GLEE CLUB The Senior Boys' Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Cox, has participat- ed in a number of vvorth while programs in churches and civic clubs and in a beautiful Memorial Day Program. The Glee Club of the spring semester made a study of unison songs in order to develop the voice more completely. Some of the finest music literature is written for unison voices. Class officers for the first semester vvere: President, jesse Rosenquistg Secretary, Robert Olson, and Librarians, Charles McKenney and Floyd McGough. For the second semester they were: President, Harley Spendloveg and Secretary, Lloyd Amper. SENIOR BOYS' GLEE First row: Jack Wakamatsu, Ed Warren, Herbie Vodden, Harley Spendlove, Mr. Cox, Jesse Rosenquist, Bob Rudolf, Jack Engle, Bud Walling. Second row: Lee Marr, Tommy Evans, Johnny Forlano, Ray Squires, Harry Okamoto, Lloyd Amper, George Babaiian, Tatsumi Aiisaka, Tom Benson. Third row: Vic Coates, Eddie Hoffman, Delbert Redd, Howard Coppersmith, Alfred Fowler, Bill DeGroot, Wesley Perkins, Fred Brown, Roy Williams. Fourth row: Ted Emmer, Wilborne Harris, Alfred Polkinghorn, David Arnold, Orville Greene, Sam White, Bob McCausland, Melvin Watkins. Fifth row: Winfred Dunn, Charles McKenney, Emmet Tabor, Alford Arnold, Don Ramberg, Gordon Stangland, Jack Olinger, Norman Avril, Tom Tait. Sixth row: Makato Okumura, Kenny Colman, George Sterns, Jerry Yettra, John Herring, Floyd McGough, Arnold Rothstein, Cyril Holden, Alfred Blanford. ENSEMBLE The Voice Ensemble class was organized to build up the idea that voice training is most necessary for everyone, not just specialized soloists. Some solo work is done, but the main obiective is to blend and train the voices of the entire group of forty-four members, Tone quality is the criterion aimed for. A cappella style of singing is a feature of this class. The leaders of the Ensemble, in which the very finest choral literature is studied, are President Herbert Vodden, and Secretary Regina Atwood. ENSEMBLE ' : h'l R' V' ' ' W lf, Leona Rosenciuist, Ruth Wright,. Jackie Davis, Ada Schwartz, Ei'IaSricesWBarsaflieyYosIlfTiTiI KaItgclJI.mlSecogderow: Virginia Ziegler, Barbara Williams, Bernyta Firkins, Blanche Evengon Ai-ma Metra Marion Wilderman, Regina Atwood. Third row: Jimmy Barnett, Bud Walling, George Sterns Charles McKenney Floyd McGough, Keith Porter, Allan Monroe, Charles Olinger. Fourth row: Brent Peterson, Gerald Butzline, Bob Cranston, Mr. Cox, Wilborne Harris, Bill Ward, Herbie Vodden. SIXTY-THREE IUNIOR JUNIOR IUNIOR SIXTY BAND ORCHESTRA GIRLS' CLEE CLUB -FOUR iunioia BAND The Venice High junior Band, directed by Mr. Schlosser, has participated in several football games and junior Assemblies. For both semesters lve Mustol served as President of the group. First row: Roy Gaunt, Charles Strassbury, Orval Smith, Charles Graham, Fred Beyrouty, Lloyd Neal, Bob France, Billy De Generes, Helen Smith, Ella Mae Kirk, Verl Mae Hannah, Flo1enc,eJwA.uff. Second grow: Douglas McArthur, Jack Betchel, Jack Dunham, Marjorie Sinclair,QtEi:lent director Virginia Wright, JRoy Hughes, Peggy Hubley, Emma Pena, Ruby Donald. Third row: HowardfSmal'lj'J'oe' Mtiistol, Me'lVih'Wals- worth, Bruce Ferguson, Robert Path, Doris Hussing. Fourth row: Bob Ernest, Ben Altman, Bernadine Smith, Dean Carlson, Harold Sullivan, Oliver Park, Alvin Burtis. Fifth row: Gerald Kotf, Walter Shishim, Eva Ludlow, Lucille Mustol, Jack Williams, James Milne, Lionel Matthes, Donald Wilde. Sixth row: Cecil Dingler, Martin Bieber, Earl Imboden, Clarence Jones, Joe Ballinger, Bruce White. jUN IOR ORCHESTRA The Venice High junior Orchestra has won much distinction for its splen- did campus performances. Conducted by Mrs. Matt, the Orchestra has pro- vided entertainment at junior assemblies, Christmas programs, and at the A-9 graduations. First rOw: Duane Poole, Hamilton Moore, Hubert High, Billy Bimber, Aroadlo Almeida, Marguerite Cor- cloran, Thelma Gazin, Shirley Levy, Verla Ludlow, Earl DeGeneres. Second r-ow: Arline Horn, Victoria Joseph, Della Stewart, Virginia Evertson, Harold Gayer, Martin Taylor, Virginia Adams, Betty Dwight, Ollie Shelton, Dorothy Eekhous. Third row: Miye Nitta, Ruth Zundell, Jacqueline Cotcher, Donald Brown, Roy Gaunt, Lucille Ronan, Russell Cripe, Delphine Williams, Mrs. Litta Matt. jUNlOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Under the direction of Mrs. Matt, the junior Girls' Glee has made signifi- cant progress. Class business was handled by a capable personnel headed by Presidents june Aiken, the first semester, and La Verne l-lass, the second semester. First row: Betty Brackell, Marquita Donnelly, Gayle Marie Furguson, Merriam More, Doris Wilmat, Maxine Balfour, Betty Moore, Barbara Jean Brauine, Mildred Raber, Virginia Laberdie, Beatrice Winger. Second row: Claire McMurray, Eleanor Weber, Betty Lee Simons, Betty Jane Flude, Dorothe Huntington, Lois Verner, Marilyn Lyons. Third row: Bessie Nelson, Jacqueline Gerety, Elaine Speede, Helen Platt, Marie Anderson, Carolyn Asher, Alberta Aiken, Edna Vaccarella, Nora Wehrfritz, Mary Jane DeLacy, Johanna Lowe. Fourth row: Frances Machado, Allene Gates, Miss Blewett, June Aiken, La Verne Hass, Ruth Hitchings, Frances Stepner, Marguerite Williams, Christina Graham, Jean Grace. NINTH GRADE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Under the enthusiastic leadership of director Mrs. Matt, the chorus shows promise of soon becoming one of the leading musical organizations in Ven- ice. Class president for this, their first semester, was Reiva l-lauser. First row: Betty Wand, Barbara Crossland, Doris Mack, Beverly Gray, La Verne Higham, Virginia Bless- ing, Eva Ludlow, Mary Manges, Frances Wakatsuki. Second row: Vivian Stalling, Marie Anderson, Peggy Watkins, Gusta Vasquez, Leah' Pettit, Kathryn Bonner, Lois Tryk, Audrey Blankenship, Ramona Saderup, Mary Harada. Third row: Edna Mae Nelson, Louise Froschauer, Christina Graham, Yvonne Trevett, Mar- garite Williams, Mrs. Matt, Noreen Harrington, June Aiken, Ann Lee, Rita Mae Cardwell, Agnes Martina. A . , r.i bf? WttSQ'I3,,,,. 1" Qi x, 1 Q I ' ld " SENIOR DRAMATICS First row: Vivian Engle, Barbara Walker, Mary Kay Warner, Otto Young, Florence McCartney, Jack Behrens, Elsie Bell, Doris Hamann, Gloria Resnick, Lila Blondell, Evalene Bankston, Evelyn Gottlieb. Second row: Mary Kirk, Judith Lang, Aletha Martin, June Harvey, Jackie Davis, Billie Gidney, Regina Atwood, Mar- iorie Larson, Matilda Koury, Isabel Denning, Peggy Mcl.ure, Mr. Head, Third row: Mary Lou Newton, Fern Mitchel, Gertrude Randeberg, Ted Emmer, Gary Fifield, Bill Edwards, Tom Barton, Bill Wheeler, Mariory Wasserman, Virginia Ferguson, Geraldine Fieldman. DEBATE CLASS First row: Alice Everharty, Grace Bjorkland, Helen Hensler, Erika Wild, Daisy Storm, Shirley Robb, Rhoda Neal, Ruth Wright, Mary Kirk, Glorian Krieger. Second row: Eugene Weiss, Abe Weinberg, Betty Jo Davis, Josephine Finn, Kay Crandall, Anne Biggs, Shirley Waxman, Natsuko, Aoki, Ted Lennon, Mr. Head. Third row: Kenneth Coleman, Sammy White, Clarence Wheeler, Munn Hinds. Henry Vasquez, Bill Smith, Tom Harrowby, Morton Robbin, Gary Bushman, Gary Fifield, Bill Wheeler, DEBATE AND DRAIVIATICS This year the debate and dramatics class was divided into two sections due to its large enrollment. Although the drama class has been hampered in play production by lack of facilities, excellent talent has been discovered. However, to offset the inactivity of the drama class is the success enjoyed by the Public Speaking section. This year, Venice has been fortunate enough to have a team which has been unrivaled in platform ease, speaking ability, and the ability to reason clearly through difficult arguments. This team con- sists of Mary Kirk, debate manager both semesters, and Gary Fifield, who al- though a newcomer to Venice, has already become prominent in forensic ac- tivities. This team debated with Franklin, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, Holly- wood, Cathedral, and Santa Monica High Schools. Out of seven debates, four SIXTY-SIX WML H JUNIOR DRAMATICS First row: June Perry, Eleanor Weber, Cyrene Shenitzer, Marguerite Gibson, Betty Jane Biers, Dorothy Bumgarner, Mary Lee Gilmore, Mildred Allen, Avis Edmonson, Frances Dontelli, Colleen Cotton, Barbara Hillerbey, lsabel Morton. Second row: Mrs. McLaughlin, Marguerite Russell, Sollie Bouchard, Doris Rei- mann, Dorothy Hall, Ruby Gayer, Barbara Hominghauser, Faye Porter, Jacqueline Lewis, Margie Crowell, June Marinelli. Third row: Hildamae Robertson, Louise Addington, Marjorie Romberg, Wilma Brodsky, Betty Johnson, Teddy Necolaiz, Darlene Davis, Marjorie Stephenson, Phyllis Means, Bellva Clive, lris Benson. Fourth row: David Montoya, Denley Ford, William Hackett, Phillip Noel, Thomas Simons, Henry Scharringer, Harvey Epstein, Frank Renand, Jack Mullane, Billy Sims. STAGE CREW First row: Lester Galloway, Charles Olinger, Frank Halbeck, Walter Doran, Eldon Perkins, Jack Schaffer, Rodney Peterson, lsami Yumori, James Speed, Second row: Leonard Garrison, Eugene Allan, Harry Dun- ham, Norman Avril, Earl Hamann, J. D. Reed, Wesley Adams, Henry Vasquez, Mr. Fordham. favorable decisions were rendered while two were non-decision debates. These two students were also chosen in the finals to represent Venice at the Toast- masters Contest, and Gary entered the U. S. C. Contest, participating in the Declamatory Oration Division. Glorian Krieger and Anne Biggs proved to be an outstanding second team. Much credit for the class's success is due to lVlr. Head, who has charge of both the Debate and Dramatics classes. The junior Dramatics class has enjoyed a steady increase in membership, this year boasting of sixty-two members, A clever skit "Hats" was presented at the lunior and Senior Delphian Banquets, Two plays, "The Orange Colored Necktie" and "The Vaudeville Agency" were produced with a large portion of the class participating. Work is directed in junior Dramatics by Mrs. l'Vlc- Laughlin who is unusually efficient in all phases of play production. SIXTY-SEVEN W'- KAY LEWIS LYNN BIRD MARY LOU PARKE THE GONDOLI ER At the end of each school year, the Gondolier Staff presents the annual, with the hope that it may become as endeared to the students as it has to those who have published the book. This year the staff chose for its theme, Youth: a theme that they felt would signify the joy which is the essence of high school life, and whose carefree happiness can never be relived. During Campaign Week the staff, besides the regular special bulletins, homeroom speeches, and tag days, planned and presented an assembly to further the advertising campaign. The program consisted of special musical selections contributed by the Music Department, a talk by Kay Lewis, editor of the l937 Condolier, and a skit, "The Annual," presented by the Staff. The success of the campaign was testified to by the unusually large subscription list. For their fine cooperation and earnest endeavors in helping them to em- body in the yearbook their chosen theme, the Staff wishes to express its sin- cere appreciation to Mr. Winebrenner and the Art Department, to Mrs. Kirby for her splendid enthusiasm and inspiration, to Mrs. Sallee who acted as general advisor, and to the entire student body and faculty for their support in preparing this year's annual. GONDOLIER ART STAFF First row: Mona Kino, Aiko Takahashi, Leeana Canfield. Second row: Meyoshi lkawa, Norman Sapiro, Mr. Winebrenner. SIXTY-EIGHT F t B t Ly B d Add , A , V , I den, Shirley Sheldon, Winfred Dunne, Mrs. Kirby. GONDOLIER STAFF ty Lundin, Joy Pawling, William Alexander, Rayola McClellan, Mary Lou Parke, Ka e ie Lack Esther Levine Second row' Orville Greene Jack Hine Bud Walling Her ie CONDOLIER STAFF KAY LEWIS - """- - - Editor-in-Chief MARY LOU PARKE LYNN BIRD - - - - Assistant Editors RUTH CHESTER MARION LYNCH - - W'37 Editors BETTY LUNDIN IACK HINE ---- - S37 Editors WILLIAM ALEXANDER ORVILLE CREENE ---- - - Boys' Sports Editors BU D WALLI NC RAYOLA MCCLELLAN IOY PAWLINC ---- - C-irls' Sports Editors BLANCI-IE EVENSON - - - - - Feature Editor WINFRED DUNNE - - - - - Business Manager HERBERT VODDEN - - Photography Manager ADDIE LACK ESTHER LEVINE - - - Organizations, Clubs, and Classes SHIRLEY SHELDON C-ONDOLI ER ART STAFF LEEANA CANFIELD ----- - - MONA KINO BILL CAPI-ES - - - - - - NORMAN SAPIRO iviEYosHi IKAWA - - Amo TAKAHASI-ii SIXTY-Nl yL b VCI Q SOLLIE GAZIN lCNOTA MILLER Tl-IE OARSIVIAN With the support of the Student Body, the Oarsman soared to greater heights this year. The Venetians' Weekly paper has been increased to a six page paper over the former four, with eight page special editions. This in- crease in space has been filled with pictures of students or interesting spots about the campus, and also has made it possible for editorials, more enter- taining articles penned by promising reporters, daily news of the school, game by game descriptions of the interschool sports, and also the hints of well-hidden humor in the "twice told" jokes. ln other words, the staff has truly made the Oarsman the paper that fulfills the requirements of the most particular subscribers. The editors for the first and second semester were Sollie Cazin and lgnota Miller. They filled the position most successfully with an able staff of as- sistant editors backed by a group of untiring reporters. The faculty's part in this paper is done by lVlrs. Kirby, the staff advisor, and Mr. Riley, the printing instructor. . JOURNALISM STAFF . First row: June Allington, Lorraine Christy, Aiko Takahashi, Ignota Miller, Donna Colby, Joy Pawling, Sara Kauffman, Lillian Norvell, Lois Cummings, Juene Kasdon, Virginia Wolfe, Doris Corrigan. Second row: Lynn Bird, Mrs. Kirby, Natsuko Aoki, Mona Kino, Dorothy Kimura, Barbara Simons, Harriet Gardner, Erma Alexander, Lugene Murray, Audrey Delph, Alice Nemetz. Third r-ow: Toru Takamatsu, David Griver, Charles McKenny, Bill Raab, Morton Robbin, Wilborne Harris, Jack Later, Max Robbin, John Russ, Jim Parslow, Ralph Brownson, Cyril Holden. it-Fl SEVENTY us- JI. . rf" fi W-,v V f , '41, v-3 .'-.4, R 14" X p.j",' 1-. ny , Sf' 'M ' ! . 3 . ,,'T',f.f , f.,1:V. . 11' xqwx ., W- , V 11"- . 'L' Jwpg mx u -,V ilkw- i- - veg K' ' - 'xl' 3, Y' I x ,-- -I Aw 1.1- X U' A, - Agm..-A fax - my . ., y".'V.h. Lf- a' .ff -, J r 4-. V.. xx 5 -J- '- fri 371,- ' Wbgi- 'ff 5 1 V5 in -,, Hx ..V ,.f,,. Qi' frji-.,A,f I H-g ,vvV,.x ., ',A ,X rg. , wiv.. I I ,. .J 5-f--L f. -' , 2 :M-1. f ,M - ,, X X ,. 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' n QQ 4 Ummm MQW fn .P LETTERMEN VARSITY FOOTBALL Wilbur Cullen IC Nathan Derus Charles Donley Sollie Gazin Joe Lescoulie Floyd McGough Cyril Maguire lMgr.l Bob Nelson Jack Olinger Bob Rice :i::i::l: Russell Rogers Harold Schonberg Izumi Utsuki Loren Velzy Jack Wakamatsu apt.l :Y::1: LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL David Bliss Garry Bushman? , ,XJ Jack Bushman Orville Greene :5::7:f?: Marion Hightower George Jones :1::3: Charles McKenney Paul Miller Harry Okamoto Ray Squires Marvin Stopeck Herbert Vodden Bill Ward Eugene Weiss lCaot.l :5::3: Sam White Eric Young :3::1: VARSITY BASKETBALL Alford Arnold W: Dan Cripe Ray Gillette Wilborne Harris lCapt.l i3::1::3 Vincent Kane Bruce Laudig Victor Millar Alfred Polkinghorn lMgr.l Jesse Rosenquist :f::7: LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL Allan Bryan :1::7: Steve Carlson :i::f: Eddie Castillo --' Robert McCausland :1::1: Howard Tuman Bud Walling lCapt.l Abe Weinberg lMgr.J C BASKETBALL ' George Davies - Robert Dillion Robert Gillette George lchien Ted Lennon Junior Muff lCapt.J Nusser Nasser Masaharu Okamoto Billy Steiskal VARSITY BASEBALL Alford Arnold Norman Avril lCapt.l :5::l: Eddie Castillo..- ictor Coates Daniel Cripe :3::5: Bob Douglas Thomas Evans i1::3: Darrell Grier Wilborne Harris Vincent Kane Dick Mathis Pat Mellgren C ar nce Wheeler TE NTH GRADE BASEBALL Bill Bicktord lMgr.l Milton Fanganiello Tom Flores Jack Gearing Roy Godfrey John Hillyard Don Kirkelie lCapt.l Lawrence Nixon Theodore Rawson Albert Talamantes John Rosier VARSITY TRACK Mark Anderson George Babaiian lCapt,l :5::f: Clifford Bourland Tom Harrowby Earl Hamann Bill Myers Nubio Morimoto Dudley Schultz Izumi Utsuki Bill Van. Every lMgr,l LIGHTWEIGHT TRACK Tommy Barry Seiji Kato :7::i: Henry Vasquez lCapt.l i3::f: Victor Wales Sam White lsamu Yumori David Zundell Clayton Nelson lMgr.l If H C TRACK Leon Armand Garnick Babajian - --'i- Sam Caylor Makoto Okumura lCapt.l :1::i: M-orton Waterman Nusser Nasser Gus Olinger Edward Morimoto Richard Brayton Tsuyoshi Mano VARSITY SWIMMING Eddie Hoffman lCapt.l :T::3::1: Wilbur Wynn Don Houck Gordon Irvine Floyd McGough Bobby Zilz Dick Slert Bill Prewett :Y::f: Bill Ward Bud Clark :3::f: Charles McKenney lMgr.l LIGHTWEIGHT SWIMMING Don Watson :1::5: Al Corcoran lCapt'.l Desmond Christy W-1 Ed Moyer :pgs Lee Porter John Pinger Fred Nerney :Hi Art Horner :l::7i TENNIS ' Robert Dillion . Harry Dunham i7::'i Wintred Dunne Marvin Fabel ilfi: ' Bob Gillette :IW George lchien ff: Masanobu Miyaii H Gordon Stangland :fit Billy Steiskal Jack Wakamatsu lMgr.l Bud Walling lCapt.l ifiiiiiii GYM TEAM Keith Porter lCapt.J Leonard Smith :5::f: Don Watson :7::1: Takashi Okamioto Robert Thomas Munn Hinds Frank Williamson :fit Don Houck :Wifi Ryhei Noiima :Hi Warren Swingle Harry Okamoto George Jones William Alexander lMgr.l Nathan Rosen Roderick Parker SEVENTY-THREE .3 - Mr. McFarland Mr. Turney Mr. Green Mr. Bell Mr. Hughes BOYS' COAC H ES In any high school the coaches are quite a topic of conversation as they bear the brunt of the athletic standing of the school. Besides teaching the regular gym periods, they stay late after school hours to mold the athletes into the championship material. Due credit should go to Venice High's staff of coaches, win or lose, for their untiring labor. Charles N. Green has long been the head of the boys' physical education department at Venice. His chief interest is in the cinder track. He is well known for the successful trackmen he has turned out in the past. Many of the local collegiate track stars are Cireen trained men. Coach Creen's favor- ite pastime is doing all in his power to ameliorate the 440 yard oval. lack Hughes is one of the most popular coaches in the entire school. This may be due to the fact that he is the Varsity football mentor. Mr. Hughes is a very ardent grid addict and is noted for his coaching ability, having turned out several consecutive championship elevens when he was the "B" football coach. ln the spring he turns his interests to the gym squad in the morning and the swimming team in the afternoon. Coach Hughes has produced no mean "muscle men" and "fishes" so to speak. A familiar sight on the Ven- ice High campus is Coach lack Hughes munching his traditional apple. Coach'C. O, Turney is a natural on the baseball diamond. He is not only an expert instructor, but an excellent participator in the sport as well. He has always exhibited strong nines and has also sent many stellar performers into the professional field. Mr. Turney's able hands are kept full in the fall with the "B" football squad. As a result of this able coach's persistence many a C-ondolier eleven has "brought home the bacon." Coach Turney is also noted for his ability to "sink" baskets. Ben F. lVlcFarland works hard and sincerely with the "A" and "B" basket- ball boys in the fall. He turns out hard fighting teams, the players of which make a good showing despite the lack of size. In the spring Coach McFar- land instructs the net men on the tennis court. He has a fast rising tennis team, both in numbers and ability, "Mac" takes a great deal of interest in his basket-ballers and racket-swingers. lvlr. Bell is a recent addition to the Venice High coaches. He was former- ly of the Hamilton High coaching staff, and many new ideas are expected of him. He fits into the picture of Venice sport coaches as an instructor in bas- ketball and "C" track. SEVENTY-FOUR s J x , VARSITY "V" First row: Mr. Boatman, Don Houck, Robert Donley, Robert Gillette, Floyd McGough, Gordon Stangland, Dan Cripe, Leonard Smith, Jack Olinger, Marvin Fabel, Donald Watson, Mr. Schlosser. Second row: Mr. Turney, George Babajian, Eddie Hoffman, John Forlano, Harry Dunham, Wilborne Harris, Bill Myer, Izumi Utsuki, Ryhei Nojima, Bud Walling, George lchien. Third row: Harry Okamoto, Jack Wakamatsu, Frank Williamson, Alford Arnold, Norman Avril, Edward Gano, Harold Schonberg, Winfred Dunn, Clifford Bour- land, Raymond Squires, Herbie Vodden. VARSITY "V" Under the leadership of Bob Rice and Wilborne Harris, the Varsity "V" enjoyed a very successful year. Although not taking part in all school activities, the Varsity "V" did many things in cooperation with the student body to promote high school spirit throughout the year. YELL LEADERS Davies, Bud Walling, Ted Lennon, YELL LEADERS Proving themselves leaders dur- ing the past tvvo semesters, George Davies, Ted Lennon, and Bud Wall- ing led the sport followers with hearty enthusiasm. Through a sea- son of football disappointments, these boys held up the school spirit throughout the year. i i SEVENTY-FIVE VARSITY FOOTBALL First row: Coach Hughes, Howard Cloopersmith, Izumi Utsuki, Sol Gazin, Jack Wakamatsu, Harold Schon- berg, Harry Caylor, Wilbur Cullen, George Babaiian, Nathan Derus, Jack Olinger, Joe Lescoulie, Floyd McGough. Second row: Charles Donley, Harry Walker, Russell Rogers, Dick Olsen, Wayne Bushey, Loren Velzy, Henry Eddy, Bob Rice, Bob Nelson, John Conley, Bud Clark, Vern Neece, Cliff Cochran. Third row: Mickey Doyle, Cyril Maguire, Bob Twing. Fourth row: Jimmie Lee, Eli Nasser, Don Schoolar, Bill Murray, Bob Wilson, Don Colony, Edward Adams, Hawley Duplice, Edgar Ervine, Harold Carlsted, Wesley Adams, Bill Prewett, Stanley Haas, Tom Benson, Eugene Pope. VARSITY FOOTBALL Coach lack l-lughes, with only tour returning lettermen, faced the prob- lem of getting a team in form. Lettermen returning were Rice, Caylor, and Captain Cullen on the line, and Babajian in the backtield. Coach Hughes had trouble lining up a first team, but a practice scrimmage with Washing- ton helped him to decide on the lineup tor the San- 1, v ta Monica game, played fi at U.C. L. A. Rice and N , F . . i Schonberg, endsg Derus A and Nelson, tacklesg Cul- ' sxi. X l N ,S , ..t. s r' sac? 2 fs len and Caylor, guardsg N , and Olinger centerg in C I the baekfieia, Walker, - f gg Q quarterg Babajian and V A 'gi Utsuki, halves: and Les- A Q ", E ' 5 A A coulie, fullback. .... l , it 2 W 1 f l if ff, On the afternoon of ' A ' October 2 thirty-tive Ve- M netians treked to U.C. L . , LA. to play an inspired 1 Q, I game but they wandered , ' Q home on the short end ot W- - C a l2-7 score. ln the first I' halt, Venice completely overpowered a n d o u t- ff CAPTAIN cui.LEN Pl-3Y9Cl The Samohi Vik- Bos Rice SEVENTY-SIX HARRY CAYLOR NATHAN DERUS LOREN VELZY JACK OLINGER SOLLIE GAZIN HAROLD SCHONBERG ings. ln the second quarter, Babajian plunged to a score. Wakamatsu con- verted and gave Venice a 7-O lead. ln the third quarter, Samohi came to life. Captain Breceda of Samohi, who won All Southern California honors the year before, snagged a pass behind the Venice goal. By failing to convert, Samohi was still behind, 7-6. ln the fourth quarter, Cassidy, Samohi left half, made a 42 yard return of a punt to again score for the Vikings. The game ended with Venice throwing passes all over the field but failing to score. In this first game Schonberg, Babajian, Rice, Captain Cullen and Caylor played a heady game of ball. Those starring for Samohi were Captain Breceda, Cas- sidy and Bundy. ln the first league game, Venice was defeated by a heavier and more ex- perienced Fairfax team. Not only losing the game, Venice also lost the serv- ices of Babajian for the rest of the season because of injuries. Fairfax started the second quarter with a bang and had a score in six plays, It was only by dint of hard blocking and harder tackling that Venice managed to hold the Colonials for the rest of the first half. When the second half began, Venice had to fairly outdo herself to stop the fierce Colonial attack. But still the Colonials from Fairfax marched on, and in the last quarter they again crossed the Venetian goal. The final score of the game was l2-O. The Venetians who showed up well in this game were Captain Cullen, Wilson, Rice, Caylor, and Cazin. ln what proved to be the worst game of the season, the C-ondoliers were beaten by the Hamilton Yankees. Hamilton capitalized on three breaks and scored one touchdown and two safeties. As the first half ended, Venice was balked from scoring from the one foot line. Venice came back strong for the third quarter only to fail twice to score from within the ten yard line. ln the last quarter, Venice weakened noticeably and Hamilton, playing heads SEVENTY-SEVEN 1 Q f IV' , fi 4 ",'.f'f.2-2 ,iff V! Va' U . ,F f. ,R s :-4: H .e w fl A , .,, , Q., fi Wal." W, , if u A '69 .5 8 , Lescoulie hits off guard for a first down. up football, scored two safeties on Venice in the last two minutes of play. Hamilton won by a score of lO-O. The Venetian eleven determined to break into the winning column by defeating Unihi, but Unihi took to the air and came out on the long end of the score lZ-O. Ven- ice, although playing its hardest game of the season, didn't have the final punch to push the ball over the goal line. Unihi's diminutive halfback, Vasquez, was the only outstanding player of the game, as he passed the ball into the scoring territory several times, converting once, and finally scoring in the fourth quarter. Even in de- feat Rice, Caylor, Cullen, Wakamatsu and Utsuki played bang up football for Venice. After holding down the cellar position most successfully in the Western League games, Venice came to life in the Inter- League game with Canoga Park and won the tilt by the overwhelming score of 33- O. After playing their usual game of foot- ball for the first quarter, Venice settled JOE LESCOULIE IZUMI UTSUKI HARRY WALKER , WJ ,X 5, f DICK oi.sEN 1 , f JACK WAKAMATSU ,rg , N, 3 We V 3 Q g., , GEORGE BABAHAN ' Mitra: Nl V ph yn 1 -2'-V 1, SEVENTY-EIGHT -- .M I R H a 1 I K Coach Hughes advises team down to work. With end runs by Utsuki, line plunges by Lescoulie, and the passing combination of Lescoulie and Velzy click- ing, Venice was able to roll up a total of 33 points to the visitors' O. For the last game of the season and the second inter-league game, Gardena came to Venice. Despite Gardena's versatile offense both through the line and via the air, Ven- ice chalked up a win by the score of i4- 6. Venice had much difficulty in stopping Robertson of Gardena, as he proved to be the swiftest and the most versatile back that Venice had come up against all season. This game was featured by the passing com- binations of Lescoulie and Velzy for Ven- ice and Robertson and Lyter for Gardena, which "clicked" for many long gains dur- ing the game. Varsity players that played well and earned recognition were: Captain Wilbur Cullen, who also won a berth on the All- Southern California prep team, Harry Cay- lor, Bob Rice, joe Lescoulie, Izumi Utsuki, Loren Velzy, lack Olinger and Russ Rogers. RUSSELL ROGERS BOB NELSON HENRY EDDY CHARLES DON LEY BOB TWING WAYNE BUSH EY at Venice-Samohi game. 'iq Wx ' if J L llll ' i ,ar g t 1 ' at X i V , r i itil Q ,Hr , f , , if X gyyy. gi., ,N .. . . y ,,..... ,fi aff J , Q -V -, I-4 A " H-'x' -i SEVENTY-NINE ' ' O fosxxlfsgfss Tw- T . 4 ,3 .x.x i . :T is S X X if .. - -. N F' A ' fi so ' V r 'A A A-f . , .ig K Qis X A A I N sz A ,X ,ix . :K fu, ' ' - wil' 37' - ' ' N' L ' L - ' M if st' ' - 5 4 ' 5 56' ' ' 9 ' s Q Q .8 A X t ,S A x xx 6 E . SQ, .. , vv . , It sg . fs, fi ff- at sg 5 -X ,- .5 ., iz. 1 1. 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Third row: Coach Turney, Andy Taravella, Jack Hine, Ray Squires, Geo-rge MacNeilage, Bill Ward, Tom Harrowby, George Marsh, Jack Lescoulie, Charles McKenney, Leonard McCormick, Dan Murphy, Henry Vasquez, Ken Coleman. Fourth row: Tom Evans, Sam White, Raymond Prickett, Carl Tindu, Paul Beau- dreaux, Henry Schade, Oba Talman, Bud Arnold, Jack Jamison, Mark Anderson, Alfred Hart, Munn Hinds, Paul Miller, Marvin Stopeck, Don Wire, George Masuda. LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL The i936 Lightweight football squad was the heaviest Bee team ever to represent Venice. The line averaged V53 pounds, while the backfield aver- aged l38. Coach Turney had lots of weight on the squad, but lack of experi- ence hurt Venice's chance for a championship. The only experienced men on the team were Captain Weiss, jones, Young, and Greene. The first team consisted of G. Bushman and Greene, enclsg j. Bushman and Young, tackles: Bliss and Vodden, guardsg McKenney, center, White, quarter, Weiss and Hightower, halves, and jones, fullback. The annual game between Samohi and Venice was played on the Vikings' field. Samohi was rated to win by at least two touchdowns, but the under- dogs of Venice scored an upset and won, 7-O. Both teams were nervous and played ragged football the first half. The second half was a hard fought duel between two wide awake lines and one Venice battering ram, by the name of jones. After see-sawing back and forth in the center of the field for most of the third period, the Venice team started to march down the field. Using jones every play for seven straight plays, the march culminated in a score. jones converted for Venice, making the score 7-O. For the rest of the game neither team was able to score, and the game ended with Venice winning 7-O. Due to their winning over Samohi the week before, Venice was rated to beat the Golonials of Fairfax. However, the game had hardly started before Fairfax had a score. The supposedly strong line of the Venetians failed to click, and the Golonials poured through at will. The Venetian line tightened in the second quarter and held the Colonials. The second half, the Venice team played a very poor brand of football and only breaks kept the score down. ln the fourth quarter, Fairfax again scored. The conversion failed and the score at the end of the game was l2-O. ln defeat, Weiss, Greene and Miller played well. EIGHTY L Displaying a strong running attack, the Gondoliers ran rough shod over Hamilton for four quarters, but they failed to score once. The game ended in a scoreless tie. There were no outstanding plays or players in this game, but the Venetian line played a great game of football. The Condolier team was vastly inferior to the Hollywood Red Shirts. ln four quarters of football, the Red Shirts amassed a total of Zl points while Venice made 6. The first quarter was fairly even. The second quarter saw Hollywood scoring on a blocked Venetian punt and Venice scoring by virtue of a fumble and 30 yard run by jones. On the opening kick-off of the second half, Merrill of Hollywood ran the ball back 80 yards for the second Red Shirt tally. ln the third quarter, Venice threw many passes but they failed to connect. ln the last quarter, Hollywood came back strong and made many yards on end runs and passes. Finally, late in the quarter, Brandt went over left tackle for the third and last score of the game. The final score was Hol- lywood-Zl, Venice-6. The Venetian Bee team barely eked out a win over the Unihi Warriors. The first three quarters were fairly even. ln the fourth quarter, Unihi marched 40 yards to score with but three minutes to play. Behind six points, Venice, undaunted, started throwing passes around. With one minute to play, Co- senza threw a pass to White. White lateralled to Weiss. Weiss scored to tie the score at 6-6. Bliss converted just as the game ended. Venice won 7-6. The heavy Bee team of Venice met with even a heavier team from Los Angeles, and despite Venice playing their best game of the season, they were defeated 20-0. L.A. scored twice in the second quarter, once, when a Vene- tian punt was blocked and recovered by L.A. behind the Venice goal, and again when Venice fumbled on her own l8 yard line. ln the third quarter Nfenice gained nwany yards on passes and runs but did not score. ln the last quarter, L.A. again crossed the Venetian goal, This ended the scoring for the day, and in a few minutes, the game ended. Again in defeat, the line played exceptional football. LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL, SELECT SQUAD F' t : R Squ' es, Sam White, Jack Bushman, Eric Young, Garry Bushman, Capt. Eugene Weiss, Her- blles Vr6JdNden,aDave lBliss, George Jones, Charles Mclienney, Orv Greene, Marion Hightower. Second rcrvv. Andy Laravelle, Wayne Hughes, David Trader, Jack Hine, Bud Marsh, Tom Harrowby, Jack Lescouie, Leonard McCormic, Henry Vasquez, Tommy Barry, Leland Marr, Harry Okamoto, Third row: Coach Turney, Alfred Hart Ray Prickett, Henry Shade, Mark Anderson, Bill Ward, .Oba Tolman, Munn Hinds, Charles l Olinger, Tex Miller, Don Wires, Marvin Stopeck, Richard Cosenza. EiGHTY-oNE PX we v-I I VIC MILLAR BRUCE LAUDIC- IESSIE ROSENQUIST WILBORNE HARRIS Captain TOM MCKINLEY RAY C-ILLETTE AL ARNOLD EIGHTY-TWO - VARSITY BASKETBALL F"'5l' 'UWT Brufe l-BUCHQ, Alfred Arnold, Tom McKinley, Jessie Rosenquist, Wilborne Harris, Ray Gillette. Second row: Coach McFarland, Gordon Stangland, Dan Cripe, Victor Millar, Vincent Kane, Max Robbins. VARSITY BASKETBALL Losing the first three league games to Hollywood, 38-l4g to Los Angeles, 26-23, and to Fairfax, 38-25g the Varsity Basketball team was discouraged. Gillette of Venice made 7 points in the Hollywood game, Beating Los An- geles at the half period, Venice was almost sure of a victory. When the sec- ond half started, Los Angeles could hardly miss a basket. lust as the third quarter ended and Venice needed its best men, Captain l-larris, McKinley, and Arnold had to leave the game because of fouls. When the game ended, Venice found itself on the wrong end of the score, losing 26-23. Harris was high point man with 9 points. l-larris again was high point man in the Fair- fax game with lO, and Millar made 9. Coming back with a vengeance, the Gondoliers tried to battle Unihi but failed, losing 28-25. By virtue of Captain Harris and Gillette's fine shots, the Venetians were tied at the half, but they failed to keep the pace. Cap- tain Harris took high point honors with l l, and Gillette made 9. Playing the Western League Champions in the second round, the Vene- tians were swamped, 58-l7. With nobody making over 6 points, the points were evenly divided among the members of the team. The starting lineup was Captain l-larris, Gillette, Millar, McKinley, and Arnold. Building up a fairly large margin in the first half, the Gondoliers had the Romans pretty scared. When the half started, Los Angeles and Venice were both making point after point. When the game ended, Venice was ahead 38-35. Gillette and Millar were high point men with l2 and ll respectively. Playing Fairfax on their court, the Venetians were slightly handicapped. Winning only by 3 points at the half, Fairfax started to click and left the Venetians pretty far behind. When the game ended, the Venetians lost 33- 23. Captain l-larris was high-point man with ll points. Playing University on our own court, the Venetians were defeated in the last second of play. Universityis star forward made 4 points in the last few Seconds, making the score at the end of the game, 27-25. I-larris and Millar each made 9 points. v The substitutes who showed very well in each game were Kane, Rosen- quist, Laudig, Cripe and Robbins. EiGHTY-THREE LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL First row: Allan Bryan, Bud Walling, Victor Coates, Steve Carlson, Bob McCausland, Eddy Costillo, Howard Tuman. Second row: Coach McFarland, Jack Gearing, Marsh Hendry, Art Adams, Bill Raab, Wesley Perkins, Darrell Grier. LIC-HTWEIC-HT BASKETBALL With no tall men on the squad, Coach McFarland was severely handi- capped. By steady practice and a cooperative spirit, the Bees, under the leadership of Captain Walling, showed very well in practice games. The Bees beat our old rivals, Samohi, 27-9. Walling, Tuman, and McCausland were high point men with 9, 8, and 7 points respectively. Sweeney, the star of Samohi, was guarded very closely by Steve Carlson. ln two other practice games the lightweights beat Poly and Manual Arts. Starting the season with three consecutive losses, the Lightweights were heart broken, losing to Hollywood 19-17, to- Los Angeles 33-30, and to Fairfax 25-21. Walling was high point man in the Hollywood game with 9. Tuman was high point man in the Los Angeles game with 13, and lVlcCaus- land was high point man in the Fairfax game with 6. Playing a hard fought game, the Venetians lost to University 23-17. Cos- tillo, substitute forward, was the star of the game. Playing about half the game, he made 6 of the 17 points. The Bees, after losing all the games so far, broke through and won their first league game, defeating Hamilton 18-11. All the points scored by the Condoliers were well distributed among the members of the team. The Venetian team was composed of Captain Walling and Tuman at the forward spots, lVlcCausland at the pivot position, and Carlson and Bryan were guards. Playing Hollywood and Los Angeles in the second round, the Lightweights lost to Hollywood 33-19 and lost to Los Angeles 33-21. Walling was high point man with 8 points in each game. Beating Fairfax in the second round, the Venetians caused one of the big- gest upsets of the season. At the end of the half the Condoliers were lead- ing 22-1O. At the end of the game Venice found themselves on top with a score of 30-24. Walling was high point man with 13, while Costillo made 4. Losing to University in the second round, the Venetians tried their best to beat them, but failed, losing 24-17. Zundell was high point man. Outplaying Hamilton, the Lightweights were well rewarded for their fine showing, beating Hamilton 23-14. Tuman and Costillo were high point men with 7 points each. EIGHTY-FOUR l l 1 ' .- ' 9 ,, be 1 C BASKETBALL First rowxq Coach Bell, Captain Junior Muff, Bob Dillion, George Davies, Lee Buell, Robert Glover, Nusser Nasser, Billy Steiskal, Bob Gillette, Masaharu Okamoto, George lchien. Second row: Harry Conger, Ray- mond Young, Haldyne Brurnbelow, Arden Halvorsen, Kenneth Larson, Henry Goethals, Stephen Grace, Leo Perry, Morton Waterman, Edwin Metzger, John Murray, George Guro. C BASKETBALL Starting the season by trimming Hollywood in their first league game, the mighty Cees were headed for the league Championship. Hav- ing lost to Hamilton High School, they held their second place title in the league by winning over Univer- sity High School. D BASKETBALL Under the fine coaching ot Mr. Bell, the D Casaba squad showed fine material tor the coming years. Although not playing any league games, they were victorious over El Segundo and Lincoln junior High, losing only to the old rival, Samohi, by a small margin. D BASKETBALL First row: Coach Bell, Paul Godfrey, Roy Godfrey, Bud Stennett, Bob Young, David Harris, Yone Mizuki, Billy McKinley,, Bill Robinson, Earl Smith, Edwin Saenz, George Porter. Second row: Oliver Mclntyre George Alexander, Jimmy Redd, David Cohen, Warre r, Park Ward, Bill Parkhurst, Bob Hazeltine, Larry Hutchins, Junior arrel Bob Mallory, Ed Wake. '??'2.e, ,.,,Q 4 L3 EIGHTY-FIVE fi. i . N ,i VARSITY TRACK First row: Jim Parslow, Mark Anderson, Toru Takamatsu, John Buck, Tom Harrowby, Max Robbins, Gas- par Liotta, Harold Schonberg, Earl Hamann, Bill Myers. Second row: Bill Van Every, George Richardson, Harold Coopersmith, Eric Young, Izumi Utsuki, John Forlano, George Babajian, Jack Olinger, Paul Miller. Third row: Charles Donley, Jim Leibee, Ed Gano, Bob Reynolds, Nubio Morimoto, Dud Scholtz, Coach Green. VARSITY TRACK Coach Green and Captain George Babajian looked forward to a good season because of the six returning lettermen. Venice put a well balanced team on the field for a triangular meet against Compton and Redondo. ln order to strengthen the Varsity, Coach Green changed Barry and Hughes from the Bees to the Varsity. ln the Compton meet, Barry placed first in the 880 and Hughes placed in the 440. Venice came out second in this meet. ln a second practice meet, this time against Santa Monica, Venice again came out on the short end of the score. Although Meyers and Morimoto of Venice were double winners, Venice was able to score only 40 V2 points while Samohi garnered 63V2 points. After the Santa Monica meet, Barry and Hughes were moved back to the Bees in order to strengthen the chances for a championship in that class. Venice went to L. A. High to compete in the all-city relays. Although entered in all the baton events, Venice showed well only in the four-man 880 relay. Bourland, Babajian, Gano and Meyers, copped a first in this event. ln their third, but first league meet of the season. Venice traveled to Holly- wood. The Sheiks were superior in every event, and by taking every first place as well as an occasional second and third, rolled up a score of 9l points. Venice, struggling along hopelessly outclassed, won l3 points. ln scoring their only win of the season, Venice trounced the Hamilton Yan- kees 58-46. The mile run and relay decided the winner of the meet. ln the meet Babajian set a new school record in the broad jump. He erased Ward Affners' mark of Zl feet 8 inches when he leaped to 22 feet V2 inch. Bour- land, Meyers, and Gano registered a clean sweep in the furlong sprint, and Hamann won first in the mile run. In an exceptionally close meet, Venice lost to Unihi. With the meet see- sawing back and forth, it was again up to the relay to decide the winner. ln the relay, the positions jockeyed back and forth. ln the end, Myers of Venice came out in- front, however, as he had fouled the Unihi winner on the turn, Venice was disqualified. EIGHTY-SIX Yo. ,af ,st i fb- 4 vm: Z W fi J K . ,, ,,., ,' VA, v 1 QS s.. X J 1 ' xi 'W ,sifl , ' f gl i' -T f ei, V 1,3 15442 LIGHTWEIGHT TRACK First row: Bill Sinclair, Dick Cosenza, lsamu Yumori, Bud Arnold, Henry Vasquez, Wayne Hughes, Lloyd Amper, Kenneth Colman, George Mac Neilage. Second row: Bob Nelson, George Hale, Frank Halbeck, John La Forenza, John Murry, Victor Wales, Andy Tarvella, Kanichi Suzki, Mr. Green. Third row: Seiji Kato, Marvin Walsworth, Cliff Bourland, Tom Barry, Avron Green, Obarho Talman, Wally O'Brien, Frank LIGHTWEIGI-lT TRACK With only two returning letter- men, Captain Vasquez and Yumori, Coach Green developed a first rate lightweight squad. The "Bees" were very weak in the sprints but strong in the distance and field events. Barry, Schultz, Zundell, Wales, White, and Vasquez showed well tor Venice. C TRACK The HC" track team, under the guidance of Coach Bell, had a suc- cessful season by winning all its meets. 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"2-42 N..- f. f ff ' , 'Z ' " 41.2 ' i f ,. ' ' f H , ,-wh ., , A A , 1 J '- A .A , 4 2, K zrrf 1' ' if '-wxwvwwij ' 7? ' FK' ' ' . N V 'fi " 4 r ' "-Q15 '29 'Am' 'f - V 'Q' L , -f V ., ' 'HT . "- f , ' . f Y, VM QM5 4 , ff fm V 'l I fc' If 7' 2 ff' ' ,cw ,ge ,QW ,ye ,K W f ,, , Y ,f , 5,-V,-rff w, -5 ipyiwfgmgf ,E i , 9 ' ' ,gf g ,Q f , M' , ,g , I ,,,, ,f ,,,, ,,,, . , , lp F EIGHTY-SEVEN i I . V -WN of NI . in wtf, C5-7 fglflir-J . 1 ' . U - NIC E :3R..s.' lglglffl fi, lENICr1' 06' AE . l l V X i 4 ' ,l J ' .f ' 2 -ef , l f-N .sk .. A -.,,v . U. V . Wu Lg- .. , , . VK 3 . 3 t X V ,A kz., , M, F ,A ' ' W " 'N 15 g U50 L' f I. T f ' 5, " K ...fi I ... ...ff -x. '4 1 llf . A X VARSITY BASEBALL First row: Tommy Evans, Victor Coates, Wilborne Harris, Captain Norman Avril, Dan Cripe, Alfred Arnold. Second row: Coach Turney, Dick Mathis, Pat Mellgrin, Darrell Grier, Bob Douglas, Stanley Clark, Vincent Kane, Junior Muff. Third row: David Dixon, Charles Donley, Clarence Wheeler, Ray Bukey, Mark Hef- feran, Eddie Castillo, David Bliss, Rolf Parker. VARSITY BASEBALL The C-ondolier bat swingers started out in grand style in the opening of the season with several returning Varsity Lettermen and some l3 Lettermen who had advanced to the varsity ranks. The well rounded squad swung into America's National Came with real zest, conquering Samohi three times and winning ten of eleven practice games. On March Z, the Venetian nine, under Dan Cripe's hurling, shut out the L. A. Romans 3-O in the first League tilt on Clark Field. Four errors by the opposition figured in their defeat as did good base-running on the part of the Oarsmen. Venice was the recipient of a severe beating at the hands of the l-lolly- wood nine. Weller starred for the Stars with two circuit clouts bringing in four runs, a contributing factor to the 7-l score. Returning to the Venice diamond, the Turneymen defeated Fairfax 7-3. Mathis and Douglas shared the mound. Coates and Clark's singles followed by Evans's homer was the big scoring rally of the game. The undefeated Unihi Warriors grabbed three runs in the last inning to take the game 4-3. Cripe pitched good ball until the seventh, when hits, walks, and errors put the opponents in the lead. ln the second game with L.A. the tables were reversed with the Condo- liers losing 7-l4. The Romans scored seven runs in the second inning alone. The Fairfax Colonials were defeated 6-3 by the Oarsmen at the Colonial diamond. Mathis was on the mound for Venice. Highlights were Evans' homer, Kane's two singles and Arnold's stolen bases. Five errors by the ad- versaries helped in their defeat. Venice 8. l-lollywood l. That was the story on April 2 at Clark Field. Two hits apiece by Coates and Evans and a six-run rally in the fifth bore up Mathis's pitching. Succumbing to Hamilton 5-2, Mathis and Douglas were let down by four errors. Clark took batting honors with two singles and a double. With Cripe hurling, Venice yielded to University, the League Champs, lO-4. The opponents tallied seven runs in the second inning due to 3 wal-ks, 3 errors, and 3 hits. Kane garnered two hits. EIGHTY-EIGHT V .f . W , . A f I' i 51 ai1"1' TENTH GRADE BASEBALL First row: Roy Godfrey, Bud Marsh, John Hillyard, David Ward, Milton Fanganiello, Tom Flores, Ted Raw- son, Mr. Turney. Second row: Bill Bickford, Paul Godfrey, Jack Gearing, Don Kirkelie, Lawrence Nixon, Junior Farrell, Jack Bridges. Third row: James Redd, Carl Tinder, Albert Talamantes, John Rosier, LeRoy Clark, Bloyce Cummings, Bob Doyle. NINTI-l AND TENTH GRADE BASEBALL Captained by Kirkelie, the Venetian midgets came through the practice games with but two losses. ln the first League tilt with Huntington Park, h V t' nine lost 6 5 Rosier and Marsh took the pitching assignment. t e ene ian - . Banning took the Gondoliers 'into camp to the tune of 8-O due to l8 strike outs and one hit allowed by the opposing pitcher, Fitzgerald. Godfrey knocked Venice's only hit. Amidst a multitude ot runs, hits, and errors, ' ' ' ld the U iversit walloped the Oarsmen, 22-6. Gearing and Rosier occupie rl Y mound for Venice during the slaughter. 7-l was the tale as Venice again held the short end of the score with the Fremont nine. The L.A. Romans also beset the Gondoliers 8-l in the last League contest. VARSITY BASEBALL, SELECT SQUAD First row: Tommy Evans, Victor Coates, Wilborne Harris, Captain 'Norman Avril, Dan Cripe, Alford Arnold. Second row: Coach Turney, Dick Mathis, Pat Mellgrin, DarrelLAGZer B b Douglas, Stanley Clark, Vincent Kane, Manager Junior u . 1 "az'::,::sqf?,, Z f- if -' 11 -gy'9-1s:e:2:::..Es15'EK.' W ..:z1s-,1gsgs:1:,w,f' .Q '-""" 'm1w:1:s:s:::::M :.4 , '31 ' ' V .:.. Q.. ' if if Q X "f ' 1 ? a:: ,. f1q,, vlvz B , ,lk Q 3 X K ,IM A A . . . Q i - f awful-'ef A nu leur ' 4BNIc . it 2 W C1-2 Q Qt 493100: . erupt 45 'nit fe J f f fl wt .. ' 2 ' V 1 f fi V ,,., My J. iv 21 M .4 .,,.,.-,i Q J. I A I . f . . "ri , ' . J ' " 'W ff Q H", l 'J : i W Q WL' 4 7 1, ' I i ' sv i , 3 ' i ff J , K 9yI,IL2f. . .V . . X ' - f - f enroll I ny if f genus ' 'stiriftc , 1 - it 5' 1 B VCI ., , ,. , 5 tiglajngf.. ,J if Qt ' EIGHTY-NINE w half TENNIS TEAM First row: Marsh Hendry, Masanobu Miyaji, Bob Gillette, Gordon Stangland, Captain Bud Wall- ing, Harry Dunham, George Ichien, Bob Dillion, Marvin Fabel. Second row: Coach McFarland, Bob Wilson, Winfred Dunn, fBiII De Groot, John Russ, Douglas Wilson, Bill Steiskal, Harold Moore, Richard Klein. Third row: George Hallberg, Ted Lennon, Bob Robertson, Fred Feinstien, Morton Robbins, Edward Adams, Ralph Glaze, Marion Hightower, Warren Walker, George Porter. VARSITY SWIMMING First row: Dick Slurt, Jack Engle, Wilbur Wynn, Bill Ward, Floyd McGough, Eddy Hoffman 1 Herbie Vodden, Edgar Irvine. Second row: Manager Charles McKenney, Arthur Fanslow, Gor- don Irvine, William Raab,'Jack McMurray, Garry Bushman, Pierce Hawley. Third row: Al Cor- coran, Sam White, Eric Young, Bill Smith, Bud Clark, Leland Marr, Bob Zilz. N I N E T Y VARSITY TENNIS With seven returning lettermen, Captain Walling, lchien, Fabel, Dunham, Hendry, Stangland, and Gillette, prospects looked very good for the team. Winning two out of three practice games, Mr. McFarland thought he had a chance for the Western League Championship, but when they played their first league game they were very disappointed. Playing their first league game at Fairfax, the Venetians were easily beaten 6-I. 'The star of the match was lchien. Losing the first set 6-4, he came back to win the next two 6-4, 6-4. Dunham won his first set 6-2, but lost the next two 7-5, 6-l. Dunn also lost, losing 6-I, 4-6, 6-3. h The Venetians, after losing to Fairfax, tried to defeat Los Angeles, the city champs for four years, but were swamped 7-O. The only two matches that were close were Steiskal and Stangland losing 6-3, O-6, 7-5, and Captain Walling and Fabel losing 6-2, 8-6. The third league game was the most disappointing game of the year. Cap- tain Walling and Fabel playing first doubles beat 6-2, 2-6, 6-O. Gillette beat third singles 6-3, 6-3, and Dillion beat fourth singles 6-2, 6-2. Winning the first three matches, Venice was almost sure of a victory, needing only one more victory out of four matches. But lchien, Dunham, and Miyaji lost their singles matches and Stangland and Steiskal lost their doubles. This made the score 4-3 in Hamilton's favor. Playing University on our own courts, the Venetians swamped them 6-I. ln the first doubles Captain Walling and Fabel won 6-O, 6-2. In the first singles lchien beat 6-I, 6-O. Dunham playing second singles defeated his opponent 6-O in the first set and almost lost the second set, yet won 7-5. Gillette, Dillion, and Miyaji came through winning two out of three sets. Four seniors, playing their last match for Venice, tried to beat Hollywood, but lost 5-2. lchien and Miyaji were the only ones who won. The four who played their last game were Captain Walling, Dunham, Stangland, and Miyaji. VARSITY SWIMMING By practicing for a water-polo schedule that failed to continue after the first game, the Venice Varsity natators were in good shape for their first contest of the season, which was with Redondo. However, due to the inex- perience of the team and the failure to stand up under pressure, Redondo won the meet 56 to 435 The Venetians came back strong to win all but three events in their next meet against Huntington Park. The final score was 46-2l in Venice's favor. Eddie Hoffman, who won high point honors in the Huntington Park meet, was elected captain. The Venetian aquatic team again splashed their way to a victory over Santa Monica. The Venetians won 8 out of the IO events to score 5l points while Samohi was able to garner only 37 points. l The Hollywood Sheiks came to Venice and by allowing only two first places, the Sheiks went home at the long end of a 62 to 36 score. The Venetian victories were by Hoffman in the 50-yard free style and Zilz in the IOO-yard backstroke. . , Coach Hughes coached the Venetian splashers at the beginning of the sea- son but as he was granted a year's leave of absence by the Board of Education, Coach Minock completed the season. Coach Minock is a graduate of U.C. L.A. and he took a post-graduate course at U.S.C. For the past several years Coach Minock has been a teacher of physical education in the Los Angeles City School System. Before coming to Venice, Coach Minock was a play- ground director and a physical education teacher at Manual Arts High School. NINETY-ONE X me i GYM TEAM First row: Brent Petersen, James Caylor, Don Watson, Ryhei Nojima, Ted Emmer, Don Houck, Captain Keith Porter, Munn Hinds, Leonard Smith, Warren Swingle, Bob Thomas, Roderick Parker. Second row: Morgan Warner, Don Grant, Harry Okamoto, Frank Williamson, Bud Anshro, William Alexander, Eugene Weiss, George Jones, Robert Rubini, Louie Whitman. Third row: Ray Fowler, Gerald Butzine, Bob Edwards, Bill Edwards, Harold Carlsted. CYM TEAM The Condolier muscle-men won three out ot tive gymnastic contests in the i937 season. These giants of physical balance and poise de- serve more support than they re- ceive. Consistent point earners were Captain Porter, Smith, Watson, Houck, Thomas, "Tac" Okamoto, Nojima, and Hinds. LICHTWEIC-HT SWIMMING The Lightweight team captained by Al Corcoran, won its only league game with Hollywood by an over- whelming score ot 60-ZI. Letters were awarded to Al Corcoran, Don Watson, Desmond Christy, Ed Moy- er, Lee Porter, john Pinger, Fred Nerney and Art I-lorner. LIGHTWEIGHT SWIMMING First row: Robert Griffin, Courtney Eichholz, Charles Thornburg, James Pross, Leland Porter, Bill Park- hurst, Gerald Mandeville, Jack Hughes. Second row: Walter Altpeter, Ward Stennett, Warren Stevenson, Glen Iverson, Jason Ramberg, Irvin Williams, Art Horner, John Pinger. Third row: George Brown, Leland Lewis, George Smith, Bud Bohn, Bill Brooks, Fred Nerney, Desmond Christie. 11 4. 53' NINETY-TWO Miss Messenger Miss Mitchill Mrs. Dingle Miss Rowan W , - X ti.- Mrs. Morrison . X . .S C-IRLS' COACHES The girls of Venice High were led this year by several competent leaders, who try to make better sports out of the girls and aid them in keeping them- selves healthy and youthful. These teachers are Mrs. Dingle, Miss Biscoe. Miss Messenger, Miss Mitchill, Mrs. Morrison, and Miss Rowan. The head of the department, Mrs. Dingle, also sponsors the C.A,A. She advises the board in different activities of the year and offers many helpful suggestions to better the association. Aside from these duties, Mrs. Dingle has charge of the Seventh grade girls, starts them off on the right path, and thus becomes acquainted with each girl as she enters high school. To aid in placing each girl in either a corrective or regular gym class, is Dr. Wells, who examines each girl in school and classes her accordingly. lf there is anything wrong with the girl, which can be corrected by exercises, she is placed in the corrective class where she works to improve or correct her difficulty. lf she has something more serious wrong with her, she is placed in a rest class. At the head of the nutrition and corrective classes, which are very important in the department, is Mrs. Morrison who shows the girls how to correct posture and deficiencies by various exercises which prove invaluable to them. One of the most out-standing features of the girls' athletic department is the sports class. During the first semester Miss Messenger and Miss Biscoe worked very hard with the tennis classes to develop the different strokes, and to start the girls on the road to championship tennis. Coaching the bas- ketball and volleyball, Miss Biscoe and Miss Rowan produced some very good team work. l-lelping in after school sports, Miss Eddy comes out each Tues- day and Wednesday and coaches the class. She also has charge of the junior C,A.A. which was recently established. As Miss Biscoe has taken a leave of absence for the second semester, Miss Mitchill has been added to our coach- ing staff. Under the instruction of Miss Mitchill and Miss Rowan, the sports girls are sure to improve in hockey and baseball. Because of the high requirements for entering this sports class, there is more expected of the group both in good sportsmanship and athletics. Some of its advantages over the regular gym classes are the banquet each semester and the many playdays. Sportsmanship is emphasized, and above all, the girls are taught to be good losers and fair winners. All this has been accomplished only through the patience and good coaching of this year. NINETY-THREE ,aa . .1 . if ,,, G.A.A. First riow: Gloria Kindschi, Peggy Rawson, Mary Lou Parke, Kay Lewis, Rhoda Neal, Josephine Finn, Addie Lack, Daisy Storm, Fay San Juan, Betty Jo Davis, Joan Lewis, Juene Kasdon. Second row: Miyeko Saisho, Barbara Walker, Evelyn Goldberg, Helen Babijian, Beatrice Rofey, Mona Kino, Dorothy Kimura, Jean Leaf, Anne Biggs, Thelma Christie, lgnota Miller, Jackie Davis, Alice Everharty, Betty Lundin. Third row: Louise Glasgow, Bula Adams, Edwina Shatz, Helen Mack, Margaret Martin, Maureen Maquire, Helen Armitage, Margaret Cuthill, Isabel Ritchie, Peggy Mclntosh, Billie Gidney, Betty Frickert, Ruth Wright. Fourth row: Ladonna Harris, Kay Shatz, Alice Nemetz, Erika Wild, Kathryn Crandall, Agnes Kenneston, Dorothy Yahns, Grace Landis, Rosie Gallo. Fifth row: Elinor Bickford, Betty Jane Keith, Niva Allington, Mary Belle Mclntyre, Schizu Miyke, Dorothy Keys, Loie Gaunt, Margaret Olsen, Lugene Murray, Margie Maynard, Mary Wentz, Mary Alice Madan, Marjorie Marinelli. Sixth row: Patty White- sell, Harriet Tigermari, Mary Kirk, Joy Pawling, Nadine Jones, Mary Schollenberger, Elinor Miller, Dorothy Wallace, Isabelle Adams, Erma Alexander, Betty Ann Christian, Seventh row: Mary Cullivgan, Frances Kerney, Margaret Wildbeck, Elinore Valdez, Shirley Dunn, Virginia Ecker, Marie Mclntyre, Marguerite Cox, Naomi Anderson, Lynore Wenger, Marjorie Lloyd, Nancy Takahashi, Mae Toyoshima, Genevieve Naritelli, Marian Lynch, Tatsuko Miyaji, Mrs, Dingle. Eighth row: Mary Lou Newton, Judith Lang, Carol Atworth, Jackie Thomas, Edith Cleveland, Irene Mehner, Thelma Hart, Lorraine Bertuleit, Marilyn Marshall, Johnnie Etta Polk, Reiko Mizuki, Harriet Polk, Florence Robertson, Alyce Simpson, Helen Hensler, Peggy Tansey. Ci. A. A. The C-.A.A. is an organization composed of tenth to twelfth grade girls who have passed the necessary requirements. The purpose of the club is to make better sports of the girls. The activities of the sports class have been very extensive this year under the leadership of the board and the gym teach- ers. The first term, Venice entertained Los Angeles, University and Fairfax Highs at a playday. The second semester, Venice was hostess to Gardena, Los Angeles, and South Cate High Schools. During each playday all members of the GAA. were given some special assignment to help put over the play- day. The first semester sports class was invited to a playday at North Holly- wood and during the second semester, to University High. Only a certain number of our girls were allowed to go, but everyone cooperated to give them good practice. Among the other activities of the year were several home playdays, in which the regular gym girls were allowed to participate, and the semi-annual banquets, which are held to initiate the new members of the G.A.A. and to present the letters and Top-notchers awards earned by the girls of the club. NINETY-FOUR FALL SEMESTER Seated: Kay Lewis, Mrs. Dingle, Ruth Chester. Standing: Marion Lynch, Katherine Crandall, Betty Jo Davis, Daisy Storm. C.A.A. BOARD Alive with the spirit of Youth! This may be said truly ot the C.A.A. Board. The ruling body of the organization, this board decides the important issues that come into the daily activities of the club. The tirst semester, the board, led by vivacious Ruth Chester, President ot the C.A.A., found in her a grand leader. Other members ot the board in- cluded: Marion Lynch, Vice-President, Kathryn Lewis, Secretary, Daisy Storm, Head ot Basketballg Betty lo Davis, Head ot Volleyball, and Kathryn Crandall, Head ot Tennis. The second semester followed in rhyme with Addie Lack as President. The rest ot the board were: Rayola McClellan, Vice-President, Kathryn Lewis, Secretary, Rhoda Neal, Head ot Hockey, and Daisy Storm, Head ot Basketball. SPRING SEMESTER Seated: Kay Lewis, Addie Lack, Miss Dingle. Standing: Rayola McClellan, Rhoda Neal, Daisy Storm. ' t NINETY-FIVE , WQM.,-4 who r. X - - t , , ' ,. , ,, G.A.A. LETTERGIRLS Inside row: Kay Lewis, Betty Lundin, Daisy Storm, lgnota Miller, Erika Wild, Addie Lack, Kathryn Crandall, Rhoda Neal, Betty Jo Davis, Thelma Christie, Rayola McClellan. Outside row: Peggy Tansey, Joy Pawling, Peggy Rawson, Joan Lewis, Josephine Finn, Marion Lynch, Jackie Davis, Jeune Kasd-on. LETTERCI RLS T h r o u g h conscientious effort, these girls have earned letters by participating in the following activ- ities: C-.A.A. of f i c e r, equipment monitor, member of winning team, office helper, member of the Schol- arship society, c a p t a i n, and 75 points for regular activity in three sports during the year. VOLLEYBALL On the top, with the volleyball championship, were the Tahitians. This team losing only one game dur- ing the season was captained by Rhoda Neal. Following this brisk team came the Topflights, Olym- piads, and Swastikas. Miss Biscoe was the coach of this popular sport. VOLLEYBALL First row: Betty Jo Davis, Fay San Juan, Rhoda Neal, Thelma- Hart, Anne Biggs. Second row: Loie Gaunt, Marguerite Cox, Nadine Jones, Erika Wild, Margaret Martin, Mary Schollenberger. UXIINETY-SIX BASKETBALL First row: Loie Gaunt, Betty Jo Davis, Erika Wild, Fay San Juan, Anne Biggs. Second row: Rhoda Neal, Margaret Martin, Mary Schollenberger, Thelma Hart. Third row: Elinor Miller, Helen McDonald, Marguerite BASKETBALL With the closing of the basket- ball season, the Tahitians were again the victorious team. Erika Wild was the leader of this master- ing group. Playing with superior ability, it seemed reasonable that these girls should emerge the win- ners. Miss B is c o e coached this group. HOCKEY The youth and vitality of the sports class displayed keen competi- tion in the hockey tournaments this semester. Captainecl by Betty lo Davis and Peggy Tansey, the Tahi- tians carried away the top honors ot the season, with the Swastikas a close second. HOCKEY First row: Jean Leaf, Betty Jane Keith, Rhoda Neal, Betty Jo Davis, Fay San Juan, Anne Biggs, Peggy Tansey. Second row: Peggy Rawson, Maureen Maguire, Erika Wild, Nadine Jones, Margaret Martin, Thelma Hart, Mary Schollenberger, Miss Rowan. NINETY-SEVEN JUNIOR G.A.A. First row: Helen Smith, Lorraine Carey, Wilma Brodsky, Margaret Mellen, Betty Buck, Mary De Cenco, Rita Smith, Peggy Bjorkland, Second row: Rhema Moore, Jacqueline Rau, Irene Niordquist, Betty Brock- ert, Mary Miller, Billie Brown, Frances Donatelli. Third row: Virginia Blessing, Patty Allen, Jean Lar- son, Helen Gunderson, Helen Hopgood, Lucile Wilde, Donna Thoburn. Fourth row: Mitsuye Nakayu, Billie Marshall, Miss Eddy, Corinne Tyburski, Irma Dillion. IUNIOR G.A.A. Youth! Onward to higher things! The junior G.A.A., new to Venice this year, is similar to the senior organ- ization in rules and aims. It is a club for the lower grade girls who like sports. Earning points for their monograms and having a letter, they follow right in the footsteps of their older sisters. lvliss Eddy is the sponsor of the junior organization. JUNIOR MONOGRAM GIRLS First row: Jackie Cotcher, Peggy Hubley, Rowena Sims, Mary Wentz, Jackie Thomas, Anita Hulderman, Betty McCauley, Harriet Peck, Reiko Mizuki, Ardith Balkan, Joyce Watson, Yosiko Takemeya, Masota Nakagiri, Florence Muff. Second row: Ella Mae Kirk, Jackie Williams, Frances Wentz, June Kimura, Ruth Anne Peacock, Isabel Adams, Lynore Wenger, La Verne Higham, Phyllis Sapiro, Ethel Tarkington, Evelyn Aron, Eva Ludlow. Third row: Lila Williams, Betty Johnson, Margaret McCord, Ruth Dimont, Charlotte Canning, Grace Landon, Rosy Gallo, Ann Lee, Beverly Gray, Louise Clough, Frances Krug, Emma Pena. Fourth row: Myrtle Robearge, Barbara Crossland, Nina Spencer, Audrey Corrigan, Jeanne Washewi, Naomi Genser, Betty Jane Armstrong, Betty Junget, Ruby Donald, Laoma Arn-old. Fifth row: Marilyn Clavelot, Verlillian Peterson, June Carson, June Aiken, Rita Lewis, Lorraine Williams. l NINETY-EIGHT ' l - 7 , ,Y 1 W - . , Color Day Volleyball Color Day Basketball , Upper Grade VoHeybaH Upper Grade SpeedbaH Ninth Grade VoHeybaH hhnth Grade BasketbaH Ninth Grade Nine Court Seventh and Eighth Grade Nine Court Seventh and Eighth Grade Volleyball Seventh and Eighth Grade Kickball NINETY-NINE .4 1 q , X 1 Q I I - My , R Q H YL 5 ?, w ig v ' v Q X 5 I Y ,ff fm ,, -l x x Ax K. . xl 5 N .., . ,i . :M N . xg . Ki sh 2 x x 'Q - . 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