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class wills Richard Alden wills " Cosmo " back to the Space Cadets. Bob Anderson wills his lankiness to a giraffe. John Bejerano wills his wise cracks to Miss Ochoa. Audrey Biscay wills her art ability to Miss Collar. Don Bischop wills himself to B.H.S. Allan Blachman wills his car to the nearest junk yard. Larry Booth wills his mimeo job to some unsuspecting Low 8. Ken Bourgault wills his athletic ability to the Boston Red Sox. Dick Bower wills his nickname ' " Bow-wow " to Lassie. Betty Brownell wills that hair to Mr. Van. Frances Bryan wills her quietness to Dave Archer. Joanne Burlingame wills her ballet dancing to Franklin. Judy Burnet wills her neatness to a pin. Margaret Butner wills her copper hair tint to a blonde. Don Campbell wills his algebra grades to Bud Kamb. Bob Carlisle wills Garfield to his sister, Sue. Jean Carmody wills her good grades to anyone who needs them. Don Carver wills " Bogey " back to Lauren Bacall. Bob Chiappone wills himself to the B.H.S. girls. Fred Chin will s his Latin grades to some struggling Low 8. Barry Corten wills his haircut to a bowl. Karen Cox wills " K. C. " to a bat. Margaret Dederian wills her wavy hair to a Toni ad. Elizabeth Dobbins wills her last name to a horse. Pete Domoto wills his Garfield " prexy " job to anyone who dares to take it. Mike Drucquer wills his Spanish grades to Jerry Frug. Dick Dutton wills his height to one of those short Low 7 ' s. Jack Edwards wills his looks to Arthur Godfrey. Karen Ekstrand wills her blonde hair to a rag doll. Anne Faulkner wills her smile to Pepsodent. Elsbeth Foster wills " Elsie " back to Borden ' s. Byron Gavrilis wills his black hair to Mr. Corley. Peter Grey wills his shyness with girls to Jerry New- man. Sandra Gustafson wills " Gus-Gus " to the Cinderella mice. Charles Hansen wills his conceit to a pup. Julia Harmon wills her horse to Santa Anita. Rod Harris wills his Latin book to Mrs. McCurdy. Bonnie Hebert wills her legs to Betty Grable. Allen Hedrick wills his long book reports to Miss Jen- nings. Allan Heskin wills his deep voice to Stan Sharp. Nancy Honeychurch wills her cute nose to a plastic surgeon. Linda Horn wills her love for dogs to the city pound. Jeff Horner wills his neat algebra papers to a printer. Terry Horner wills the " Horny Terror " to Mr. Dunkum. Virginia Horning wills her long absence to Mrs. Bar- tell. Claude Hutchison wills " Sebastian " to room 210. Barbara Hyde wills her last name to a cow. Richard Jones wills his motorcycle boots back to a motorcycle. Bob Kaneko wills his glasses to an optometrist. Richie Kempf wills his eyes to Maybelline. Richard Kennon wills his red hair to a carrot. Roger Kidwell wills his skininess to a scarecrow. Naomi Kimura wills her cuteness to Frankenstein. Richard Koeber wills his good English grades to Mrs. Rowell. Roy Konig wills his soft voice to Mr. Edwards. Paul Krahenbuhl wills his P. A. job to Prince Albert. Jim Krehbiel wills his sports ability to the gym. Howard Lambert wills hanging up the absence slips to Mr. Van. Linda Lee wills her boy friends to anyone who wants them. Allen Leggett wills " Penny " to a dime. Joanne Lugar wills her cousin, Dave Foley, to Mr. Baxter ' s office. Les Masters wills his sense of humor to an undertaker. Dave Mathis wills his wise cracks to a nut. Ken McAllister wills his art work to the " Gleaner. " Anne McKinney wills her niceness to everyone. John McKissick wills Bonnie ' s locker to her cousin. Charlene McMillan wills her freckles to Max Factor ' s. John Miilu wills his last nam e to a dictionary. Jean Moore wills her twin brother to any L9 who wants him. Jon Moore wills himself to the Low 9 girls. Katy Mulvany wills her jokes to Bob Hope. Sandy Nealson wills Bob to her sister, Jill. Ed Nilsson wills his size to a moose. Charles Nutting wills his homeruns to the Oaks. Judy Odell wills her last name to " Digger. " Maurine Owen wills her " A ' s " to a bowl of alphabet soup. Pat Parker wills her Oakland Tech friend to B.H.S. Jerry Pedroni wills his brown eyes to a cocker spaniel. Gary Pope wills his absence to a truant officer. Val Prescop wills his fish stories to " True " Magazine. Debra Proctor wills her job to the next Gleaner editor. Lorraine Reilly wills " Rain Rain " to sunny? California. Donna Ritzmann wills her many clothes to Hink ' s. Charles Rose wills his last name to a florist. Grahame Ross wills his nickname, " Crackers " back to Nabisco. Mary Schwab wills " Midge " to a sideshow. Carroll Silvey wills that walk! Bob Sleeper wills his last name to all H9 ' s. James Spitze wills his brains to Einstein. Don Stevens wills his knife to a butcher. Donald Struble wills his ruggedness to a worm. Pearl Swicegood wills her drawing to an art exhibit. ZeeZee Talbot wills her sports mindedness to Mary Ann McHenry. Davida Taylor wills her slimness to a flag pole. Hoyit Terry wills that smile to a Cheshire cat. Gary Thorley wills himself and his brother to a Toni Twin ad. Mary Tuemmler wills her blonde hair to Diane Albo. Eleanor Uthlaut wills her Theta Psi " prexy " job to any Low 9 Epsilon. Sammy Viviano wills his jokes to Howy Green. Gregory Voge wills his feet to a corn plaster factory. Suzanne Voge wills her height to the Empire State Building. Leo Von Seeburg wills his " noon-time collections " to a beggar. Dan Wagener will his voice to a fog horn. Judy Webb wills her last name to a spider. Adeline Whitehead wills her figure to Charlotte Gar- rison. Wayne Wilcox wills his two " W ' s " to Walter Winchell. Sharon Wilds wills her brush-up to a pair of scissors. Nanette Willis wills " Nanny " to a goat. Leonard Woertendyke wills his last name to anyone who can spell it. Cornelia Young wills her nickname " Corny " to Mr. Van ' s jokes.
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BOB SLEEPER Born: New York Activities: Noon League Noted for: Curly hair Ambition: Stanford DON STRUBLE Born: Oakland Noted for: " Struble did it! " Ambition: Not to do it DAVIDA TAYLOR Born: Berkeley Activities: Student Council, Student Leader: music. Red Cross representative Noted for: Slimness Ambition: Red Cross repre- sentative MARY TUEMMLER Born: Oakland Activities: Student Court, Noon Leagues, track. Bicycle Court Noted for: " Blondie " Ambition: To stay that way GREGORY VOGE Born: Berkeley Activities: Noon Leagues Noted for: His big feet Ambition: Berkeley High DAN WAGENER Born: Albany Activities: Volleyball, Noon Leagues, basketball, base- ball, football Noted for: " Figaro " Ambition: Salesman WAYNE WILCOX Born: Berkeley Activities: Projection crew Noted for: His wavy hair Ambition: Chemist LEONARD WOERTENDYKE Born: San Francisco Activities: Basketball, volley- ball Noted for: His last name Ambition: Auto racer JAMES SPITZE Born: Berkeley Activities: Boys Glee, Library Helper Noted for: World History reports Ambition: Electrical engineer PEARL SWICEGOOD Born: San Francisco Activities: Track, baseball, volleyball, basketball Noted for: Drawing horses Ambition: Horse farming HOYIT TERRY Born: Amarillo, Texas Activities: Football, Noon Leagues Noted for: His smile Ambition: To join the Navy ELEANOR UTHLAUT Born: Berkeley Activities: G.A.P., Student Council, Glee, Noon Leagues, Theta Phi Prexy Noted for: That laugh? Ambition: Kindergarten teacher SUZANNE VOGE Born: Berkeley Activities: Glee, Noon Leagues, track, volleyball Noted for: Her height Ambition: To be five feet JUDY WEBB Born: New York City Activities: Baseball, track. Noon Leagues, Attendance Helper, Gym Helper Noted for: " Spider " Ambition: To follow in Mrs. Shriver ' s footsteps SHARON WILDS Born, Alliance, Nebr. Activities: Dramatics Noted for: Giggles Ambition: Policewoman DON STEVENS Born: Stockton Activities: Volleyball, basket- ball, football Noted for: His camera Ambition: To join the Navy ZENAIDA TALBOT Born: Berkeley Activities: Track, volleyball. Noon Leagues, basketball, baseball Noted for: Sports ability Ambition: To be a WAVE GARY THORLEY Born: Mason City, Iowa Activities: Student Council, volleyball, B.A.M., Gym Helper, baseball Noted for: B.A.M. Ambition: Pilot SAMMY VIVIANO Born: Oakland Activities: Football, baseball, basketball, track, volley- ball, Student Court Noted for: " Jean " Ambition: Mechanical engi- neer LEO VON SEEBURG Born: Oakland Activities: Basketball, track, Noon Leagues, Rally Com- mittee, Asst. Ath. Mgr. Noted for: His haircut Ambition: Detective ADELINE WHITEHEAD Born: Vallejo Activities: Student Leader, Office Helper, cafeteria supervisor Noted for: " Addie " Ambition: Private secretary NANETTE WILLIS Born: Oakland Activities: Volleyball, Glee, basketball Noted for: " Naneddie " Ambition: Housewife CORNELIA YOUNG Born: St. Helena Activities: Dramatics, Noon Leagues, Attendance Helper Noted for: " Corny " Ambition: To go to Princeton
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Biscay, Audrey Blachman, Allan Bourgault, Kenneth Bryan, Frances Burlingame, Joanne Butner, Margaret Chiappone, Robert Cox, Karen Dederian, Margaret Dobbins, Elizabeth Drucquer, Michael Ekstrand, Karen Faulkner, Anne Gavrilis, Byron Gustafson, Sandra Hansen, Charles Harmon, Julia Hebert, Bonnie Honeychurch, Nancy Horn, Linda Homing, Virginia Hyde, Barbara Kimura, Naomi Lee, Linda Lugar, Joanne Mathis, David McKinney, Anne McKissick, John McMillan, Charlene Moore, Jean Moore, Jon Mulvany, Katharine Nealson, Sandra Odell, Judy Owen, Maurine Parker, Patricia Pedroni, Jerry Proctor, Debra Reilly, Lorraine Ritzman, Donna Schwab, Mary Silvey, Carroll Spitze, James Talbot, Zenaida Taylor, Davida Tuemmler, Mary Uthlaut, Eleanore Viviano, Salvadore Voge, Gregory Voge, Suzanne Von Seeburg, Leo Webb, Judy Whitehead, Adeline Wilds, Sh aron Willis, Nanette Woertendyke, Leonard Young, Cornelia
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