Mountain View Union High School - Blue and Gray Yearbook (Mountain View, CA)
- Class of 1936
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1936 volume:
ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE SENIOR CLASS
M O U N T A I N V I E W
UNION HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA
EDITOR ------ MARION THOMPSON
BUSINESS MANAGER ----- BOB MASTIN
SPONSOR ------ MARION BIRKLAND
Blue and Gray
MOUNTAIN VIEW UNION I-IIGI-I SCHOOL
Mounfain View, California
ANOTHER YEAR HAS COME AND
GONE LEAVINO BEHIND A HOST
OF MEMORIES, THE MOST VIVID OF
WHICH WE HAVE TRIED TO RE-
CORD IN THIS VOLUME THAT THEY
MAY BE AN UNFAILINO RECOURSE
IN RECALLINO THE EVENTS OF THIS
YEAR IN THE TIME TO COME. IT IS
THE SINCERE HOPE OF THE STAFF
THAT "FEW WILL READ THESE
PAGES WITHOUT PROFIT: NONE
WITHOUT PLEASURE." bb bb bb
IN ADMIRATION OF
COACH COOK SYPHER-THIS
"BLUE AND GRAY" IS DEDICATED
TO HIM IN SINCERE APPRECIATION
EOR HIS FINE COACHING AND
THROUGHOUT HIS FIVE YEARS
WITH US. HIS DEPARTURE IS OUR
LOSS BUT WE WISH HIM THE SUC-
CESS HE DESERVES IN HIS NEW
POSITION AS ASSISTANT COACH
AT SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COL-
LEGE. TO HIM WE SAY-"AD
ASTERA PER ASPERA." rs :J D7
THE MAIN ENTRANCE
HI- - -
IV - - -FEATURES
The life ol lhe sludenl is a hard one indeed,
The law ol assignmenls is lorcelully decreed:
He has no lime lor lun or lor lrolic,
His lile is in danger, like one wilh lhe colic.
Firsl il's one leacher and lhen il's anolher,
Each slorms and slews and creales a big bolher.
ll's "Now, why didn'l you do lhe homework l gave you
Il you wanl a 'B,' you'll have lo be lhorough."
The nexl one says, "Whal do you do all lhe lime?
To gel up lo an 'A' is a long, long climb."
They don'l slop lo lhink lhal each one is lougher'
Thal lhe lasl one who has iusl finished making you suller
By lhe lime you have finished wilh all your classes,
You have read enough books lo go and gel glasses:
Because if you sludy each one lill you lire,
You're sure lo go blind, and I am no liar.
Dean of Girls-Lalin-Hislory
CLARENCE SYPH ER
FLOYD WI LDER
H ELEN COLEMAN
DEENE DOWN EY
LOUISE G. SCHMIDT
WILHELMINA BARNH ISEL
THIS PAGE IS SET ASIDE TO EXPRESS
OUR APPRECIATION OF CAPTAIN
BRUNTON, WHO HAS BEEN OUR
CONSTANT FRIEND AND ADVISOR.
AND WHOSE WISDOM, GENEROSITY
AND HELPFULNESS HAVE MADE OUR
FOUR YEARS IN HIGH SCHOOL A
VALUABLE PREPARATION FOR LIFE.
AS HE LEAVES US, WE WISH HIM THE
BEST OF LUCK WHEREVER HE MAY BE.
THE CLASS OF I936.
BU RROWS, JANE
NICHOLAS, CAROL ANNE
NOUGU ES, RENEE
EMILY I-IUFF ORDWAY MANNING
PETE GLUMAC DICK WI-IITTINGTON
Class ol February, I936
We lhe Class ol February, l936, being bodaciously lelched in lhe head, bring lorlh
lhe lasl will and leslamenl.
To lhe lacully we bequealh our old lesl papers, so lhal lhey may remember lhe
inlelligence ol our class.
To lhe nexl senior class we do will and bequealh our exceplional scholarship record.
I, Thomas Brunlon, do hereby beslow upon lhe boys' chorus my vocal lalenl. lNol lhal
lhey need il.l
I, Elmer Burke, beslow upon Pal Nesler lhe care ol my girl lriend.
I, Jane Burrows, beslow upon Mary I-lalliburlon my slenderness and pelile mariners.
I Everell Cannon, do will and bequealh my snappy advances and sex appeal lo Glenn
I, Eddie Carney, beslow upon David Tripiano lhe lender care ol Lucille Marilz.
I, John l-lollman, bequealh my lillle sisler lDorisl lo lhe care ol Peler Spily.
I, Armand I-lollhouse, beslow my lavorile hearl lhrill lo lhe care ol lhe Kienilz Brolhers.
I, Toshi I-Ionda, do will and bequealh my pull wilh Miss Coleman lo Ordway Manning.
I, Emily I-lull, do will my dramalic abilily lo Camille I-lollman.
I, Rulh Inouye, do will my abilily in Public Spealcing lo Jim Slraub.
I, Charles Kanlcel, do will and beslow upon Caplain Brunlon my sense ol humor.
I, Milce Marovich, do will and beslow upon Mouse Duran my drag wilh our library
I, Allred McManus, do beslow upon Max Bellew my abilily lo wear luxedos al school
I, Clarence Mendoza, do will and beslow upon Janelle Walkins my abilily lo dance
lhe "dime jig".
I, Carol Anne Nicholas, beslow upon Barbara de Curloni my singing abilily.
l, John Puppo, do will my lcnowledge ol loolball lo Coach Sypher.
I, Bill Sharp, do will and beslow my wisecraclcs lo Kalherine Good.
Class ol June, I936
I Frank Beales, do beslow upon "Peppy Marlinez my llal leel lor is il your leel,
I, I-larry Bellew, will my posilion as presidenl ol lhe sludenl body lo l-larry McCandIess.
lDon'l lorgel lo serve lowels, I-Iarry.I
I, Kalherine Bewley, will my horsewomanship lo Gwen Larson.
l, Anila Bilbao, will my charming lriends lo lhe new lreshmen.
I, Mariorie Burrows, will my even lemper lo Pele Janovich.
I, Inez Cabano, will my cule eyebrows lo Geraldine Friclce.
I, Angelo Calzado, will my glasses lo Ed Brown.
I, Lucille Campbell, will my leminine appeal lo Fern Slonebarger.
I, Jaclc Cardoza, will my megaphone lo Mary Escano. ll woncler whom you will be
rooling lor, Mary?l
I, Dominic Ciriscioli, will my loud voice lo Pal Nesler. lMaybe she will be able lo hear
you now, Pal.l
I, Roberl Clillord, bequealh lo Melvin Silva my abilily lo do physics.
I, lsaias Duran, will my much borrowed lounlain pen lo Arlhur Gray.
I, Paul Erilcsen, will my mellow voice lo Joseph Alves.
I, Sherman Friclc, will my sense ol humor lo Mary I-Ialliburlon.
I, Marion Fujii, will my lcnilling lo Jaclc Randall, hoping lhal he will lind il inleresling.
I, Frances Furnari, will my willingness lo give advice lo lhe lovelorn, lo Joyce Corridan.
Grace Halderson, will my sweef disposifion To Wanda Sfern.
Charlie Hamasaki, will my "way wifh 'rhe women" 'l'o George Konoshima.
Myrfle Hobbs, will my abilify fo play 'rhe piano for fhe Boys' Chorus 'ro Jeaneffe
Camille Hoffman, will my secref passion for Bob Sfraub fo Mildred Lawson.
Irene Hori, will my heighf fo Lola Johnsfon.
Masohiko lkebe, will my abilify 'ro drive a car fo anyone who knows how.
Takeo lshikawa, will my abilify fo run fhe hundred yard dash fo Harry Graham.
Harriel' Johnson, will my lovely figure l'o Doris Hoffman.
Margaref King, will fhe handkerchief fhaf l cried info when fhe navy leff, fo 'lhe
Y. M. C. A. 'ro keep and cherish.
Ward King, will my good grades in economics fo Helen Molinari.
Toshiko Konoshima, will my place in fhe scholarship sociefy +o Fred Facciolla.
Bessie Koos, will my soufhern drawl fo Kimiko Higashiuchi.
Camille Korfes, will all buf one of my boy friends 'ro Barbara de Curfoni.
Mary Lanz, will my blond hair 'ro Frances Mena.
Ordway Manning, do bequeafh my place on fhe foofball 'ream fo fhe one and only
Josephine Marcella, will my unusual walk 'ro Jean Love.
Henry Marshall, do besfow upon Josephine Marfin my love for Kirby von Leuwen.
Mary Nagao, will my place in fhe cafeferia 'l'o "Shorfy" McManus.
Palrick Nesler, will my air-cooled car fo Tom Job.
Renee Nougues, will my love of French +o Lucille Mariiz.
Colin Pefers, will my frequenf and confidenfial 'ralks wifh Capfain Brunfon 'ro Mary
Nan Pefers, will my nickname "Mudnose" 'ro Bobbie McPhee'rers. fNOl' fhaf l don'f
wanl' if, Bobbie.l
Ercole Pecorelli, besfow upon Bill Orr my baskefball abilify.
Ruby Popovich, will my fun in Spanish fo Sue Frofhingham.
Roger Popovich, besfow upon William Garliepp my fronf seaf in English.
Kafherine Radich, do besfow my charming smile fo Virginia Barkley.
Marion Radisich, bequeafh my dreamy eyes fo June Redwine, hoping she will gel'
her man. ,
Dick Falsfon, will my abilify fo pifch horseshoes wifh Capfain Brunfon fo Eddie
Tom Safo, will my abilify +o draw +o "Bubs" Ramsey.
Edna Schulfze, will my helpfulness around school 'ro Virginia Thompson.
Ed Sharp, will my 'renor voice +o Jack Briggs.
Masago Shibuya, bequeafh my Sequoia loyally fo Virginia Wafers.
Jim Sfraub, besfow upon my brorher all my girl friends.
Tomoko Tsuchiya, will my abilify 'ro polish fhe apple fo Tom Wifherspoon. lNo+ 'rhal'
he isn'f already quife accomplished in 'rhe arlxl
Janeffe Wafkins, will my grades in civics 'ro Jack Brownlie.
Grace Waifs, will my abilify in physics 'ro Howard Chamberlin.
Dick Whiffingfon, will my abilify in physics fo Howard Chamberlin.
Glen Wilson, bequeafh my posifion as sfage manager 'ro my brofher.
Kazuko Yamaii, do besfow upon Max Bellew my abilify +o bake po+a+oes.
Sachiko Yamamofo, do besfow upon Ann Zec my long name.
Frank Beales ,.A,
OTHER'S OPINION FAVORITE EXPRESSION
Anifa Bilbao ........ .......... G ood sporl ,,,,........
Harry Bellew .......... ....,,,... P reffy smoofh ........
Kafherine Bewley ...,,,, ....,,.., S how off ,,,,.,,.....,
Angelo Calzada ......... ........,, N ice fellow ..,,,,,.
Lucille Campbell ......, ..,,..,,.. T om-boy .........
Inez Cabano ,,..,... Lofs of fun ,,.,.
Jack Cardoza .,.......
Dominic Ciriscioli ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,
Roberf Clifford .......
Isaias Duran ,,,..
Paul Ericksen ,,.....
Sherman Frick .........
Marion Fuiii ........
Frances Furnari .,s.
Charlie Hamasaki ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,
Myrfle Hobbs ......,,,
Camille Hoffman .,.,.., ,,,,,,,,,
Irene Hori ,...,..,,,.,
Masoiko Ikebe ..,..,
Takeo lshikawa ....,,.
Margaref King .,,....
Swell guy ......,,.
A liffle foo much., "
Good singer .............,...... "
Greaf girl ,,,,..,
4Teacher's pel' .......,
O K ....,.,,,.......,..,
Ah, come on" ................,,..........,...,....... Cop
Who is he? ".,,,,,, ...,,.,,,.. ,........ 4 B usinesswoman
Whose The babe?" .s....,.....,,. .,........ A cfor's second
Gef a horse" ....,,,.......,...,,,....... ....... B ronc-busfer
Whaf's fomorrow's lesson? ",,,, .. . .... Prime minisfer
Gel ouf of my way" ........,... .,,.... Gym 'teacher
I fold you so "., ......,...., .,,, ,,,...,,,, T o e dancer
Lef's give fhree cheers ",,,, . .. .... Radio announcer
Don'f pesfer me" ................. . ..,, Hog-caller
You can'f have my gal" ...., .,...,. R iof leader
Say. kid" ..,...,,,,..,,....,,,.,. ....... L afin feacher
Le'l's hum" ...,,....,,,..,,,. ....... B ing Crosby 2nd
I'm hungry" .........,...,, .
Gee, I don'f know" ..... .
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Hi, Toofs ,,,,,..,,,.....
Side show enferfainer
Nighf club dancer
Professional foofball player
Do fell "...,.. ..,,,. .......... G o geffer
Imagine fhaf" .,... .,...,.... H ousewife
Oh, shuf up "... .... . .. ....,....,,...... Orafor
VV'ho said fhaf? "s,,.,.,. ...,,....,............,..... P rofessor
The firsf four years are fhe hardesf"..Reporfer
Lef's dance" .....,....................,............... Flower girl af weddings
Lef's go over fo Oakland" ............,...,. Vice-presidenf
I won'f ".,. .....,.,,......,.....,......,,... ,,,,,,..., N e ver can fell
I'II bife" ..,.,...,,,.
Oh. pshaw" ........ .
Criminy sakes" ,,,,,,,,,..,, ,
Darling" .......................... .
How's 'lhe sifuafion?" .... .
I wish I knew fhis" ....... .
And how" ,,,,,...,,,,,. ,
Come on, girls" .....
Hey, 'Cap' " .,.s..,,,,,
Come on. BuI'ch" .,.....
Nol' me" ,.,.....................
Isn'l' he adorable?" ..........
You wouIdn'f kid me?"...
Oh, I like him" ,..,,.,.,,,...
Oh yeah?" ..s.,.,,......, .
Scram, frosh" ..., .
And how" ..,,,,........... .
Where's Sherman?" .,,,. .
Nof very funny ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, "Aren'f I funny?" ,,,,..,,,,..,,,
Heaven's sake, Bump" ..,..
Holy cow" .,,...,,,,...,,...,,,.
Ward King ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,A,,,,,,,, G ood sporf ,,,,,,,, "
Toshiko Konoshima ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, A II righf ,,,,,,,,,
Camille Korfes ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, F orward ,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Mary Lanz ,,,............ Ambifious ...,.....,..............
Ordway Manning .,,....... ......,.., T rying fo be funny .......,.. "
Josephine Marcella .s..,. ........, S arcasfic ..s,.,,,........ "
Henry Marshall ,,...,,,,s, ,,,,,,,,, A Im' on fhe balk, "
Mary Nageo .Y......... Good nafured ........
Pafrick Nesler .,,,........, ..,.,...,, B ashfuI?7?? .,,,,,
Renee Nougues ......,., .......... B usinesswoman
Colin Pefers ,,,,,,,,,,, The boss ,,v.,.,Yw,,
Nan PeI'erS ................. ........., M an-hafer .....
Ercole Pecorelli ..,,..,,, ,,,,,,.,. K een guy ,,,,,,,,,
Ruby Popovich ,..,,.. Unobfrusive.
Roger Polfs ,,,..,,,,,,,, SiIen+ ,,,A,,,,A,,,A,,, "
Kafherine Radich ,,.,,,, ,,Y.A,Y,, A gk her --,..,,,,,,-,,.,,,
lVl6I'lOh Radlslcll ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, G ood nafured ,,,,,,,,
Dick Ralsfon ,,,,,,,,,,, I-Ie-man ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
TOFT1 SBIG .............. Indusfrious ,,,,,,,,
Edna SCl'lUI'l'Ze ..,,.. Ambifious YYY,,.,YY,
Ed Sharp .............. Tough guy .,.......,....
Masago Shibuya .....
Jim Sifub ............ Lofs of fun ,,,,,,.,,,,,
Tamaka Tsuchiya ,,,,, All righf ,,,Y--,,,.,,,,
I-OUIS VICIOVICI1 ........ .,,,...... F ashion Plafe .,... "
Ja neffe Wafkins ,,,......
Grace Waifs ........s..
Dick Whiffingfon ....
Glen Wilson ,,,,,,,c,,,,
Kazuko Yamaii ..,...,,
Sachlko Yamamofo ,,,...., ,,,,..,,,
Good cook ,,..,...,
Nice girl .....,...
lfs all rlghf ,,,,,.,ss...s
Oh gosh" ,,,,.,,,,,.... A
"Whaf's doing?" .s.. .
Aw, you g uys"...
Lef's eaI"' ........
Me?" ....,.... .
Sunday school feacher
Red Cross nurse
U. S. Presidenf
. ....... Barber
Secrefa ry of Labor
,.,...,Firsf of fhe 'lhree sfooges
, ..... ...A
lTop Rowl Silva, Moore, Crane, Janovich, McCarTv, Nordberg, Barrile. lMidclle Rowj Kirkish, KuboTa, Noda,
Mendoza, Billbao, Bellew, Spily, Randall. lBoTTorn Rowl Nishimura, Tsuchiya, Davenporf, SmiTh, Larnberl, Hall,
Low Senior Class
Due To The big demand oT The members OT The low seniors in oTher acTiviTies There
has been very liTTle class acTiviTy. MosT irnporTanT To Them, perhaps, was The pur-
chasing oT Their senior rings. Max Bellew, lsabel Mendoza, Nellie Sweney and David
Nordberg Took The sole responsibiliTy oT selecTing The rings, and we mighT say, did
an excellenT iob.
This year They Took charge oT The bar aT The Carnival and worked hard To make iT
a success and Their eTTorTs were cerTainly rewarded.
Regarded mosT ouTsTanding in The class are The boys who parTicipaTe in sporTs,
namely, Andrew Janovich, Jack Randall and PeTer Spily. These boys were Top-noTch
in TooTball, baseball and The laTTer also in Track. Also, we mighT add To Their proud
lisT, Charlie Moore, who is much in demand as liTe guard Tor The girls.
The low seniors will be graduaTing soon, buT They will have leTT behind a record
ThaT will noT soon be TorgoTTen.
The Class of '37 had an exceIlenT year. They are now upper classmen and The
TalenT OT various members is beginning To show. In Their TirsT semesTer wiTh Daniel
Van de Sande as presidenT, plans Tor The annual Junior Carnival were sTarTed. JeanneTTe
Thompson was appoinTed general chairman and was assisTed by a capable sTaTT. In
This semesTer The class was awarded The scholarship placque Tor having The greaTesT
percenTage OT sTudenTs in The C. S. F. More Than one sTudenT disTinguished himself
in The arT deparTmenT. When The second semesTer rolled around iT broughT wiTh iT
Ralph Davis as presidenT oT The class. In The course oT evenTs as Time wenT on one oT
The leads in The opereTTa was held by a high junior. In aThleTics They were genuinely
proud To win The inTer-class Track meeT and To have more Than one represenTaTive on
our various TirsT sTrings in The respecTive sporTs. The carnival was puT on in This semesTer
and surpassed all previous records in proTiT. This leaves a goal Tor The carnival class.
The sTudenT body, sTudenT councils and league oTTices were Tilled by juniors in no
mediocre number. ATTer a year such as This, we Teel They can and do look Torward
To a mosT evenTTuI senior year.
Low Junior Class
They are now upper classmen. Teeling very wise and imporTanT. True To Their colors,
They Took a big sTep Torward in all acTiviTies. Well may They be proud oT The boys
Their class gave To sporTs, namely: Tony Spily, an all around sTar1 George Tv1aTsuba:
Harry IvIcCandIess7 Masao IvliyashiTa: Glen McManus, Their iovial presidenT, and
They were second highesT in The school Tor scholarship, I IVO oT Their class being
on The scholarship socieTy. They have held This place since enTering high school and
hope To do even beTTer nexT year.
Their booTh aT The carnival was boTh novel and successful, and Their amaTeur hour
Tor an assembly program was a rioT. A comic one-acT play, "They Clean The ATTic."
was also presenTed To The sTudenT body, The casT consisTing oT Barbara de CurToni,
Mary Escano, and Harry Graham.
IT is only a small class buT iT shows whaT can be done by cooperaTing wiTh each
oTher. OTTicers Tor The pasT semesTer were: PresidenT, Glen McManus: vice-president
Irene Axell: secreTary-Treasurer, Mary Escanog reporTer, Ivlasao MiyashiTap council
nepresenTaTive, Tony Spily.
HIGH JUNIORS-lTop Rowl Davis, Kimball, Iwala, Konoshima, Kodama, lkebe, Crane, Henderson, Kimura
Abraharnson, Kiyomura, Janovich, Alves, Hara, Cooper, Graham, Eaton. lSecond Rowl Hufana, Aitken, Higashiuchi
Funabiki, Burr, Porno, Formway, Birkefl, Pinto, Becker. lSea1edl Love, Hoffman, Larson, Gallardo, Corridan
Graham, Kamada, Good, Hardin, Garvich.
HIGH JUNIORS-lTop Row Ieff fo riqhfj Muranaka, Wilson, Nakamofo, Marfinez, Van de Sands, Picker, Wifher
spoon, Marayama, Takano, lSecond Row! M. Thompson, Zec Oqafa, Takashima, Spencer, Popovich, Mylrea, Silva
Uhrhammer, Seifz, Reese. lSeafedl Vincenf, Molinari, Sherman, Redwine, Pacchetli, Prifcheft, Wiksfrom, Burr
J. Thompson, Yarnaii, Sueki.
LOW JUNIORS-lTop Row lei? fo righlj McManus, McCandIess, Sanchez, Spily, Mohrmann, Queranfes, Miyashila
Malsuba. lSecond Rowj Abe, Sugai, Viarisio, Axell, Davick, Piper, Loerlme, Shaw, Mena. lSea+edJ Shiraki, Nishiura
Bailey, Zaneffi, Miss Birkland, deCur+oni, Cleal, Marcelfi, Escano.
IT is The duTy oT each sophomore class To give The Freshman RecepTion To oTTicially
"bring ouT" The Treshman. This year iT was a gala aTTair which The class may well be
proud oT. The decoraTions, diTTerenT Trom any ever used beTore, were paTTerned aTTer
CocoanuT Grove. -
As always a greaT inTeresT was Taken in Shakespearean plays, and under Miss
Wilbur's able direcTion The "MerchanT oT Venice" was produced Tor one oT Their class
meeTings. They again showed Their dramaTic abiliTy in an assembly program. This
Time iT was a good old melo-drama, "The Villain STill Pursued Her," puT on by Miss
Mylne's and Mr. Grubb's advisories. The casT was as Tollows: Jack Screwhice, The hero
-Morris Beddoe: Emaline l-landouT, The heroine-Virginia WaTers7 John l-landouT,
her TaTher-l-lenry SchulTzeg Lina l-landouT, her moTher--Virginia Thompson: George
Graburn, The villain- Ted l-lopkins: Jim SpyriT, deTecTive-William STeach: Mary
lnnigin, housemaid-Eloise l-larrisong Lizzie Leaping, liTerary genius-Jeanne Cancilla.
ThroughouT The year They had several swimming and advisory parTies.
They are looking Torward To nexT year when They can say, "VVe are The upper
Their oTTicers Tor The year were: PresidenT, Jack Brownlieg vice-presidenT, Bobby
McPheeTersg secreTary,i Virginia WaTers: sergeanT-aT-arms, Bob STraub7 Treasurer,
The period oT adiusTrnenT ThaT comes To every sTudenT when he Torever leaves The
"green ranks" and becomes a sophomore has been successfully weaThered by Mr.
There has noT been much class acTiviTy buT The Tew Things They did were well done.
Their candy booTh aT The carnival was paTronized by pracTically everyone. A Tew oT
The girls in The class who were inTeresTed in sporTs worked hard during pracTice and
were rewarded by receiving G. A. A. blocks. Their nexT goal is Their M. V. block.
Their oTTicers Tor The year were: PresidenT, Joe Barberag vice-presidenT, Lucille
MariTzg secreTary, Lorena Mylreag Treasurer, CloTilda Thozag council represenTaTive,
HIGH SOPHOMORES-lSlandinq, lcfl To righll Mr. Grubb, Gambcrla, De Gennaro, Beddoo, Hower, French,
Lawson, Kaliferna, Loveioy, Ealon, Kawarnolo, Garliepp, Hansen, Harris, Fujii, Ciriscioli, Hopkins, Grifall. lMiddle
Rowl Cuffer, Gray, Herero, Armanini, Enriqucz, Janovich, Groshong, Harrison, Ellsworth, Cancilla, M. Ellsworlh,
Budd, Clifford, Barnes. lBo+lom Rowl Miss Mylne, Barkely, Hernandez, Anqlim, Case, Dysarf, Cory, Enriquez,
Abe, Kaqawa, Kanzaki, Ikebe, Hutton, Frolhingham.
HIGH SOPHOMORES-lSTanding, lefl To righll Olcomolo, Smilh, Paullus, Shearer, l-loshida, Quilici, Dursl, Slrail,
lnouye, Sfillens, Wilson, Sreach, Schulrze, Honqo, Duggan, Chamberlin, Pinlo, Mr. Carler. lMiddle Rowl Orr, Job,
Walers, McClusky, Navarro, Johnsfon, Rose, Naqao, Mcpheelers, Mclzheelers, Slephen, Brownlie. lBoTlorn Rowj
Miss Wilbur, Wylie, Marlin, Thompson, Slonebarqer, Slern, Toda, Shinla, Nishimura, Brown, Kodarna.
LOW SOPHOMORES-fSlanding, lefl lo riqhll Aposlle, Moya, Barbera, Kokilchi, lshimura, Garibaldi, May,
Luchefli, Afkinson. lMiddle Rowl Mr: Sypher, Domingo, Huber, Terarnura, Kirkish, Marilz, Marlinez, Blaquez,
Chalet lBoflom Rowj Traverse, Sueku, lnouye, Kubofa, Van Der Aar, Thoza, Gernello, Rose, Nordberg, Mylrea.
When The presenT class oT high Treshmen enTered high school They were all pre-
pared To Tace The big. bad iuniors and seniors, so They dusTed oTT Their digniTy and
puT away Their giggles in moTh balls. They Tound ouT ThaT The upper classmen weren'T
such ogres as They had been led To believe and began To relax and enioy Themselves
They were peppy and puT many oT us To shame by Their aTTendance aT school
dances and sporTs evenTs. NOT only did They make us proud oT Them by Their aTTencl-
ance, buT They Took parT in These evenTs and worked wiTh a will To make bigger and
beTTer successes Tor Their new school. We expecT greaT Things Trom Them and Trom
all The signs so Tar we cerTainly are noT going To be disappoinTed. Their oTTicers Tor
The year were: PresidenT, WalTer Funabikip secreTary, KaTherine DousTg vice-presidenT,
RuTh Job: Treasurer, Joel lvlcPheeTers7 council represenTaTive, Dick McClure.
We are accusTorned To raTher ignore The class oT Treshmen who come in aT midyear
buT This year They have raTher puT one over on The veTerans. They have been so busy
doing This and ThaT and coming To and Taking parT in our school aTTairs ThaT we are
simply Torced To siT up and Take noTice. They have done more in a shorT Time Than
some classes have all year.
The TirsT Thing They did was To pop up and sign Their names on The doTTed line Tor
The Scholarship SocieTy and managed To keep enrolled Too. They Took a Trip To The
PaciTic Press To see The wheels oT indusTry go round and round.
They organized Their class very soon, elecTed oTTicers, collecTecl dues, and sTarTed
doing Things. OTTicers Tor The year were: PresidenT, KenneTh Wilkins: secreTary-
Treasurer, Virginia True: council represenTaTive, GerTrude Burr.
HIGH FRESHMEN-flop Row, Standing, lett to rightl Mr, Campbell, Copel, Garnlen, lzu, Gonzales, Kientz, Koos,
Holden, l-leying, Griggs. lTop Middle Rowl Abe, Draga, Gellang, Hori, Ishida, Hernandez, Holland, Bisso, Joseph
CBottorn Middle Rowl Doak, Davis, Forrnway, Jensen, Knofloclr, Ashton, Brown, Kappellas, Lane, Bordi. lBottorn Row
F. Kagawa, lwata, Y. Kogawa, Beatty, Barkley, Lawson, Johnson, Knox, Job, Doust, Fricke.
HIGH FRESHMEN-flop Row, Standing, lett to rightl Puppo, Mena, Tripiano, Witherspoon, Volarvich, J. Mcilheeters,
Rhein, Ramsey, Thompson, llop Middle Rowl Ogata, Martin, Smith, Niki, N. Small, McGlynn, Yearsley, McCanlle
McGlynn, J. Small. lBo'ltom Middle Rowl Milovina, K. Nakamoto, Gibson, Poncini, McGavern, F. Nakarnoto, Mills:
Maus, Yoshida, Downey, T. Nalcarnoto, G, Nakamoto. lliottorn Rowj Yamaiil, Nakano, Mack, Okada, Tawara
Okarnolo, Thoza, Shearer, Schutte, Oetiin, Okurnura, Ruton, Ogata.
LOW FRESHMEN-llop Row, Standing, left to rightl Edwards, Antolcu, Farley, Grcich, Jelovich, flop Middle Row
Francia, Fountain, Miuahara, Bloss, Rute, Peterson, Carrera, Malatesta. lliottom Middle Rowj Ralston, Miuashita
Furusho, Wilkins, Popovich, True, Peabody, Ortega, Ravizza, Reese. fBottorn Rowj Pritchard, Olives, Blasquez, Kodoma
Nozawa, Musso, Burr, Gore, Hobbs,
MARION THOMPSON ROBERT MASTIN HARRY GRAHAM CAMILLE HOFFMAN
NAN PETERS JEANETTE THOMPSON MAXWELL BELLEW
JACK RANDALL HARRY BELLEW MISS BIRKLAND
Blue and Gray Stall
Marion Thompson ......,,,,,,,, Edilor-in-Chief
Roberl Maslin ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Business Manager
Jaclc Cardoza ,,L,,,
Nan Pe-Jrers, ,
Jane Burrows .,...
, ,L,,,,L,,,,,,, Ar'r Edilor
, , S+a+is+ician
Jaclc Randall ,,,,w,S,,, Adverlising Manager
l-larry Graham .a,,,, .,L.,,.aL,,,,,,,,.,... C arloons
Alfred McManus LL,,,, Ass. Adv. Manager
,Girls' Sporfs Edifor
Maxwell Bellew r....,,, . ,, Snapsl'1o+Edi+or
l-larry Bellew ,,,,,,,.,
Miss Birlcland ,,,,...,s
Miss Pearce. .,,,, ,
This year has been one oT The mosT progressive years oT This sTudenT body, led by
CapTain BrunTon, and Two sTudenT body presidenTs, Harry Bellew TirsT semesTer, and
Henry Marshall second semesTer.
The sTudenT body now being ouT oT debT, more money is available Tor much
The members oT The ExecuTive Council are as Tollows:
FirsT SernesTer Second SemesTer
Harry Bellew ,,,,Ys,., . .,.. s,,. P residenT ,,,,.,,,, ,,,s,,, H enry Marshall
Jack Randall s,,,,s..,,,s.,.. ...,.... V ice-PresidenT ,s,,...,..,s,,,.,.s........ Jaclc Randall
JeanneTTe Thompson ..,.s,s,,,,,,,,, SecreTary ....o..........., JeanneTTe Thompson
Henry Marshall s,s,,,.,,,,,,.,.,,,.,..,,., Treasurer ,,,,,,,,.,.....,,Y..,,, Ordway Manning
Richard Madison ,.,..,..., Manager oT Boys' AThleTics. ..,.., Tom WiTherspoon
Lucille Campbell ,,,,..,, ,Manager oT Girls' AThleTics ,.,,,s.,.. Lucille Campbell
PeTer Janovich ........... .,...A A dverTising Manager ,,,,...,,c..,,,,, PeTer Janovich
Marion Thompson ,,,,...V. EdiTor oT "Blue and Gray ".,,,,,,, Marion Thompson
The council also consisTs oT a represenTaTive Trom each class.
Girls' and Boys' Leagues
The Boys' League enioyed a very successTul year, under The leadership oT Jaclc
Brownlie and The guidance oT Mr. Wilder.
The League backed To The uTmosT The various school acTiviTies and promoTed one
oT The mosT successTul worlc days in years.
The Tollowing are The oTTicers oT The Boys' League: Jack Brownlie, president Jack
Randall, program chairman: Jack Cardoza, secreTaryg Mr. Wilder, sponsor,
The Girls' League has had anoTher prosperous year under The supervision oT Mrs.
STalTord, our Dean oT Girls, and Nan PeTers, presidenT. OTTicers compleTing The council
were: Jane Burrows, vice-presidenT: lrene Axell, secreTary, and Josephine MarTin,
The TirsT social aTTair was The Tin Can Dance iusT before ChrisTmas. Several inTer-
esTing programs were arranged and given Tor The girls. Camille HoTTman was in
charge OT all The social evenTs oT The year.
FIRST SEMESTER COUNCIL-lTop Rowl Splly, M. Thompson, McCarly, Masfin, Capl. Brunlon, Frlck, Marshall, Axell,
Cardoza, Yamamoto, Wilson. lBof+om Rowj V. Thompson, Witherspoon, Randall, Bellew, J. Thompson, Janovich.
SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL-lTop Rowl Spily, Manning, Maslin, Capt. Brunfon, Yamamoto, Spily. lSec:ond Rowl
McGlynn, Moore, V. Thompson, Cardoza, Wilson. fBoHom Rowl Wilherspoon, Randall, Marshall, J. Thompson,
Janovich, M. Thompson.
LEAGUES-lTop Row, leff 'lo rlghll Mr. Wilder, Maslln, Randall, Brownlie, Cardoza. lBoTlom Rowl Axell, Mrs.
The band, under The direcTion oT Mr. Campbell, who was assisTed by Carol Ann
Nicholas, Camille CorTez, and Rena Porno, played as usual Tor The TooTball and baskeT-
ball games and several assembly programs. IT rendered communiTy service by playing
Tor The CommuniTy ChrisTmas ParTy. BoTh Mr. Campbell and The band asTounded all
by coming TorTh wiTh a series oT popular numbers. The annual spring concerT was held
on The TronT lawn and was very much enjoyed.
The orchesTra's ouTsTanding perTormance OT The year was The opening oT The Civic
AucliTorium in San Jose. OTher performances were an exchange wiTh Los GaTos and
a spring concerT aT which They were assisTed by The band, and mixed chorus. They will
make The lasT appearance aT The commencemenT in June.
The opereTTa This year was The charming GilberT and Sullivan "l-l. M. S. PinaTore."
TryouTs were held and The casT was chosen Trom The besT voices in The school. Some
parTs were so close ThaT Two people were chosen Tor The parT-one Tor The grammar
school perTormance and one Tor The high school perTormance. The ouTsTanding parT
was ThaT OT Donald Lawson as Sir Joseph PorTer. l-le sang in The English accenT and
was The hiT oT The show. l-Tis cousin, played by Toshiko Konoshima, was very amusing
also as a Tussy liTTle old maid always peTTing and pampering Sir Joseph. The CapTain's
lovely daughTer was charmingly done by Barbara de CurToni and Mary ZaneTTi. Tom
BrunTon played Dick .Deadeye-such a Tough characTer ThaT he enTerTainecl The whole
audience wiTh his comical songs and gesTures. The enTire casT was as Tollows:
SBarbara de CurToni
Josephine Corcoran ....,. ..,s.... I Mary Zanew
Ralph RacksTraw ..,.,,.. ..,, M ax Bellew
CapTain Corcoran .,,,,u,, ..,..... P aul Erickson
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Dick Deadeye ,u,u,u,,. ...,. T homas BrunTon
BoaTswain ..,,,u..,.. ...,. R oberT Anglim
Cdrpenfer ....s,,,,.,....us...... Earl Paullus
Sir Joseph POrTer ....,...u,..,.,. ,..,. D onald Lawson
Cousins. SisTers, AunTs cucc..,ccc ,... G irls' Chorus
Seamen ..V.,u.....V,...,.....,u...... ....... .,... B o ys' Chorus
BAND-iStanding, left to rightl Randall, Graham, S. Frick, Kankel, Thompson, Mylrea, Beddoe, Nordberg, Forno
Milo, Campbell, Kortes, Jurian, de Curtoni, Job, Schutte, Gonzales, Johnson, Lawson, Kaliterna, Pinto, Shearer
Moore. iSittingl Apostle, Wilson, McGlynn, Brownlie, Formway, McClusky, Clifford, McGlynn, Ellsworth, Eaton
Wylie, Clifford, Hall, Thoza, K. Frick, Duggan.
ORCHESTRA-1Standing, left to rightl King, de Curtoni, Johnson, Job, Campbell, Duggan, Wylie, Hall, Nordberg
S. Frick, Mylrea, Shearer, Kaliterna, Pinto, Lawson, Moore, Graham, Clifford. lSittinql Gritall, Calzado, Wilkins
Stonebarger, Thompson, McGIynn, Kagawa, Thoza, M. Ellsworth, Sherman, McGlynn, Burrows, Schutte, Burrows
Stern, Formway, Schultze, Wilson, Kortes, Brownlie, Clifford, Eriksen, J. Ellsworth, Konoshima, K. Frick, Doust
The Girls' Chorus
The girls' chorus made Their TirsT appearance aT a Girls' League meeTing. They
were raTher in need oT polish because of The early daTe oT Their appearance. They
improved rapidly, however, and by ChrisTmas made an excellenT showing in The com-
muniTy program. The girls' chorus Took a prominenT parT in The opereTTa, "PinaTore,"
Taking The roles oT Sir Joseph's "SisTers, Cousins, and AunTs" and displayed The careful
Training They had undergone. The leading 'Female roles were played well by Two
members oT The chorus, Barbara de CurToni and Mary ZaneTTi. Near The end oT April
The chorus disTinguished iTselT in The annual spring concerT wiTh oTher deparTmenTs.
The Boys' Chorus
The boys' chorus consisTs oT TiTTy voices under The direcTion OT Miss lsabelle Becker.
Their TirsT program was Tor The sTudenT body aT one of The meeTings. They sang,
"There's a Long, Long Trail Awindingf' and "Keep The Home Fires Burning." They
were in The opereTTa also, having The parTs of members oT The crew. They sang many
enjoyable songs in The Spring concerT and alTogeTher spenT a proTiTable year as well
as a pleasanT one.
The mixed chorus represenTs TwenTy of The mosT TalenTed vocalisTs oT our school.
They have been very acTive This year. They have, in previous years, sung occasionally
Tor assembly and league programs buT have been heard of very liTTle oTherwise.
This year, Though, They have clone some really big Things. They have awakened many
oi The sTudenTs inTo realizing The excellenT musical deparTmenT we have.
Their TirsT imporTanT appearance was The singing of ChrisTmas carols puT on wiTh
The CommuniTy ChrisTmas play. Their nexT appearance was in coniuncTion wiTh an
evening OT one-acT plays. They puT on selecTions Trom "Carmen" by BizeT. Mr.
Campbell's orchesTra accompanied Them. The cosTuming was lovely, iusT The correcT
background Tor The colorful songs oT ThaT popular Spanish opera. On May sixTh They
aided Mr. Campbell in his band and orchesTra concerT wiTh a Tew vocal numbers.
GIRLS' CHORUS-fllow I, leff lo rlqhf1 Beafly, Kubola, Peabody, Marllno, Navarro, Case, Hobbs, True, Kamada
Toda, Thoza, l-laldorsen, Rulan, Kaqawa. lRow 21 Nakamolo, Kaqawa, Suekl, Vlarlsio, Axell, Barnes, Cory, Popo-
vicn, Kodama, Baron, Hansen, Knox, Suqai, Bordi. lRow 31 Becker, Yoshida, Rose, Schrecklnghausl, Prllclward, Jano
vich, Kanzaki, Cancilla, Mylrea, Gernello, Van der Aar, lwala, Okarnoio, Okamura. lRow 41 Okada, Burr, Olives
Koos, Garvich, Vlncenf, Barkley, Rlweln, Kirby, McPheefers, Lawson, Oelien, Volarvich.
BOYS' CHORUS-lllow l, lefl To rlgn+1 Becker, Dursf, Ralsfon, Small, Mlyashila, N. Small, Furuclwo, Funabiki
Oqala. lllow 21 Ciriscioli, Holland, Francia, Grifall, Alves, Cooper, lmai, Knoflock. fRow 31 Noda, l-lerrero
Okamofo, Janovich, Muranaka, Draga, lnouye, Kirklsh, Spencer, Wifnerspoon, Hobbs. lllow 41 Davenporl, Milovlna
Van de Sande, Nesler, Davis, Sharp, Abraharnson, Paullus, Maruyarna, lullici, Kodama, Angllm, Fuqi. CRow 51 Volar
vlch, Klenllz, Triplano, Barbera, McGavren, Scnullz, Splly,
MIXED CHORUS-lRow I, leff Io righl1 Graham, Burr, Loerke, Forno, Cardoza, Bellew, Yarnail, Zanefll, Slone
barger. lRow 21 Sugal, Hobbs, Barnes, King, Wllherspoon, Grifall, de Curloni, M. Ellsworfh, J. Ellsworlh
lRow 31 Randall. Erickson, Mvlrea, Lawson, Anglim,
The "Eagle" sTaTT was oTT To a good sTarT during The TirsT semesTer under The
direcTion oT Josephine MarTin. We were unTorTunaTe in losing her aT The beginning
OT The second semesTer. She was replaced by MyrTle Hobbs, previous assisTanT ediTor.
Harry Graham became assisTanT ediTor. We also losT Johnny Puppo who was boys'
sporT ediTor. He was replaced by PeTer Janovich.
The TeaTure evenT oT This semesTers' sTaTT was The Trip To The Journalism Conven-
Tion in Berkeley, which was a greaT beneTiT in improving our paper. Among The
speakers we heard were Sam Hayes, The RichTield ReporTer, and RoberT C. EllioT, a
San Francisco Chronicle ReporTer.
As we were unable To prinT a school paper, Mr. SmiTh oT The RegisTer-Leader was
mosT kind in prinTing our arTicles in his paper.
EdiTor-in-chieT ..,,.,.,., ,,.,,,,,,,,,,
AssisTanT EdiTor .......,.
AcTiviTy EdiTor ............
Boys' SporT EdiTor ,........
Girls' SporT EdiTor .........
Fashion EdiTor ......... .......,........ .........,,...... ..,.... .......
Advisor ............................................... . ................................. .
ReporTers ................ Isabel Mendoza, Bob EaTon, Virginia WaTers, Harry
McCandless, Mary HalliburTon, PeTer Janovich
TypisTs ...,..,,. .,.,,..,..,.............. C amille HoTTman, Jane Burrows
Due To The Annual going To press aT This Time, we are unable To lisT The resulTs
oT The STaTe-wide Typing ConTesT To be enTered by The M. V. Team on May I4-Th.
The Team is composed oT Two classes: Novice, Those wiTh Training since AugusT, I935,
who have made a minimum raTe oT 40 words neT per minuTe, and The AmaTeurs-
Those who have received Training since AugusT, I934, making a minimum record OT
50 words per minuTe, The highesT speed OT The year was made by our amaTeur TypisT,
Grace Haldorsen, who has gone up To The 85 word mark already, wiTh compleTe
accuracy. Mariorie Burrows, also an AmaTeur, runs a close seconcl, wiTh 75 words and
ouTsTanding accuracy. A meeT wiTh The SanTa Clara Valley Teams is on The schedule
Tor The laTTer parT oT May.
EAGLE STAFF-Hop Row, left To righfj Hoffman, Hobbs, Edwards, Janovich, Gray, Sato. QBoHom Rowl ZaneHi
Janovich, Mendoza, Hobbs, Graham, McCandIess.
TYPING TEAM-fTop Row, leff fo righfl Radich, Radisich, Furnari, Graham, Higashiuchi, Miss Birkland, Frick
lBoHom Rowj Korres, Radlsich, Haldersen, Burrows, Funabiki, Tsuchiya, Yamaii, Nishimura.
Hop Rowj Silva, Uhrharnmar, Popovich, Hara, Kodarna, De Genaro, Funabiki, Yamaiii. lMiddle Rowl Miss Coleman,
Johnson, Miyasl-iifa, Groshong, Thompson, B. McPheeTers, B. McPheeTers, Kirkish, Corridan, Hori, Burr, Yakashima,
Carter. lBoTTom Rowj Radich, Radisich, Clifford, Tsuchiya, Fuiii, Good, Shiraki, lshikowa, Yamamolo, Okada.
Boom! WhaT's The daTe? Boom! February 29Th Carnival nighT. Boom! Rolling,
Thunderous noise and loud, exulTanT shouTing! Where is iT all coming Trom? Boom!
Can iT be-why yes-iT is The Scholarships concession. Who would Think ThaT our
ToremosT scholars, Those supposedly sober and book-absorbed individuals, could in-
dulge, wiTh such reckless abandon, in The Thrilling sporT of bowling? BuT aTTer invesTi-
gaTion all "doubTing Thomasesn are obliTeraTed and The TacT esTablished1 iT is noT
"Scholarship Tor Service" enTirely, buT also, "Scholarship Tor EnioymenT."
Yearly Calendar '35-'36: Freshman parTy, Oc'rober IO, I935: Book Week, Novem-
ber I8-22, I9353 Bowling Concession aT Carnival, February 29, I936: Excursion To
Pacific Press, March 26, l9367 Excursion To lvlurison Labeling Co., April 2, I936:
WaTsonville ConvenTion, April 25, l936: Excursion To UniversiTy oT CaliTornia, lvlay
We may applaud aThleTics and clramaTics. We may acclaim achievemenTs in many
lines, buT in The lasT analysis our educaTion is based on scholarship. Think oT The
silenT hour oT The nighT and The sTudenT's lamp. There you have, perhaps The besT
symbol Tor a school's purpose. Those of you who have gained clisTincTion on This page
represenT endeavor and perseverance To a marked degree. Your disTincTion is more
deTiniTely marked because you were willing To work Tor ThaT success single-handed
and under The sTrain oT silenT endurance. You rank high in qualiTies ThaT liTe demands
and preparaTion Tor liTe is your aim. When many passing phases OT school have been
TorgoTTen, your ideals will remain To us as a permanenT goal.
lSfandinq, left To righll Bellew, Cardoza, Frick, Whiffingfon, Edwards, Duran, Marshall, Ericksen, Beales. lSea'redl
Radich, Wafkins, Korres, Hoffman.
The drarnalics classes This year have done a grear deal of excellenl work. They
have done a greai many more plays and had more inleresl shown 'rhan ever before.
They pul on iwo evenings oi one-acl' plays. The firsl sernesler class did "Sparking"
and "The Valiant" The second sernesler produced "A Message from Khufu," and
"The Monkey's Paw." Two more one-acl plays were slaged for Senior Nighr-"Rich
Man, Poor Man," and "l-lave You Anylhing io Declare?"
The senior play, "Cock Robin," was differeni from previous years. The scenery
and aclion were more elaborale +han usual. ll was really quire an advanced 'rype of
play for high school buf was done very well neverlheless. The advance whispers were
exciring-people wondering whai kind oi play il was, who killed who, and why, and
was ii modern or period? Everyone was inleresied, buf lhe whole plol was keplf a
secrel unlil The nighl of 'rhe play and no one was disappoinled. I+ was a play wirhin
a play in which a man was killed in full view of hundreds of people in The audience
and lhe remainder of The play was Taken in solving il.
The casl was:
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Richard Lane .....s,..,,
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George McAuliffe .,.,,....
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Alice Monlgomery ...,..ss,
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Clarke Torrence ...,,,..,
Julian Cleveland .,.......
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QTop Rowj SeiTz, Tripiano, Kirkish, Chamberlin, ATkinson, Hamasaki, J. WiTherspoon, KieniTz, Ramsey. fMiddle Row,
Queranfes, T. WiTherspoon, T. Spily, Bellew, Mylrea, Shearer, Ciriscioli, Hernandez, BrunTon, Sypher. QBoTTom
Rowj Randall, Masfin, Barkley, Brownlie, Vidovich, Janovich, P. Spily, Henderson, Manning.
For The Third Time in The pasT Tour years The lvlounTain Eagle TooTball Team came
Through To win The S. C. V. A. L. Championship. AlThough mosT OT The boys on The
squad were lighT and inexperienced, The TighT and cooperaTion They displayed made
up Tor Their lack of size. This, wiTh The excellenf coaching of "Cook" Sypher, Turned
ouT The sTrongesT Team ThaT lvlounTain View has had in The pasT Tive years. Under
The leadership OT CapTain Vidovich, The boys swepT Through Their league games like
real champions, holding league compeTiTion scoreless and Themselves scoring 94 poinTs.
The boys played clean, hard TooTball, l::oTh oTTensively and defensively, and were a
crediT To The school. Boys who have played Their lasT game OT high school compeTiTion
and who will loe missed nexT year are: CapTain Vidovich, The besT cenTer in The league:
Charles l-lamasaki, The besT end in The league: Tom BrunTon, a valuable running and
blocking back: Bob lvlasTin, alThough The lighTesT man in The league, was an ouTsTand-
ing guard: T-larry Bellew holds his own wiTh any Tackle in The league: and Eddie Carney,
lvlarovich, and Sharp all conTrilouTed in developing The Team. AlThough The losses
look heavy, MounTain View rooTers will be glad To know ThaT Tony Spily, Andy Janovich,
Brownlie. l-lenderson, Barkley, SeiTz, QueranTes, l-lernandez, Mylrea, Torn and Jack
WiTherspoon, KienTiTz, Ciriscioli, PeTe Spily, and Jack Randall are reTurning nexT year
as a sTrong nucleus Tor anoTher championship Team.
KIRKISH HENDERSON P. SPILY
BROWNLIE COACH SYPHER T, SPILY
BRUNTON WITHERSPOON MANNING
HAMASAKI MASTIN RANDALL
I Bunf Dan. 2. Spily. 3. Warmln U , 4. Shdin into Third. 5. ll Duce. 6. Coaching Third. 7. Firsf Lap. 8, Ge? Se
Over The Top. IO. .... Breaking e Tape. l2. Firsf Hurdle. I3. 5 feet 6 inches. I4. Home Sfrefch
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U NLIM ITED BASKETBALL
lTop Rowl Sypher, Vidovich, Hernandez, Mylrea, P. Spily, Beales, Brunfon. lBoHon'i Rowj Masfiny Marfinez
Janovich, T. Spily, Seifz.
The unlimiled le-am made up of vererans won i+s second conseculive championship
'rhis year. The boys received lheir careful Training and fundamenlals from Coach
"Cook" Sypher and bofh 'rhis and 'rheir cooperafion wilh each olher showed in lheir
leam work lhroughoul The season, leading Them on 'ro viclrory. Every game was swifrly
and clearly played. No Jream loegrudged fhem 'iheir vicfories for lhey were hard- and
well-earned. The Jream, of which we may well be proud, was as follows: Caplain Andy
Janovich, Pele Spily, Tony Spily, Louis Vidovich, Peppy Marlinz, Bob lvlaslin, Ed lvlylrea,
John Siefz, and Waller Hernandez.
Mounlain View .,,, 22 San+a Clara ...... 24 lvlounlain View ,,,, 32 Sanla Clara .s,,.. I7
lvlounrain View ,,.. 49 Los Galos .,..,.., I7 lvlounlain View s,,, 28 Campbell ,,,.,.., 20
Moumkain View s.., 30 Live Oak ,,..,..... IO Fremonr forfeiled lo Mounrain View
The I3O's came Ihrough wi'rh flying colors for Ihe iirsi lime in a number of years.
Through Ihe +eam's cooperalrion Ihey were able Io give us a season of'goocI, snappy
ball. To add io Jrheir Iaurels of championship 'rhey cooly and calmly deieaied all ihe
P. A. L. schools. The congraiulaiions go Io Coach Grubb and Capiain Pele Janovich
and Ihe boys on Ihe Team: Ed Carney, Ralph Davis, Mike Marovich, Yuki Imai, Dan
Van de Sande, Richard Urharnmer, Jack Barkley, and Naihan Kimura.
SCORE OF LEAGUE GAMES
Mouniain View .,......,o ,...............,.... 2 I Sania Clara ....,.,,, ,,..... I 8
Mouniain View .,.,,...o. ..,.,,, L os Gaios .,,,,,,
Mouniain View .......... ...,.., L ive Oak ...,,.,..
Mouniain View ....o.,Y,o .....,,,..,o..,.o. Sania CIara......
Mounaiin View Campbell .....,,,
Freernoni forieiied 'ro Mouniain View
The I2O's, wiI'h a veieran five, came 'rhrough and won 'rhe S. C. V. A. L. Cham-
pionship ior Ihe sixih consecuiive year. The games were iasi and exciiing from be-
ginning 'ro end. The boys who siariecl mosi of Ihe games were: Capiain I'-larry Kiyo-
mura, Sam Nakamola, Tony Barrile, Wilson, and Pecorelli. The boys wish Jrhe iuiure
iweniy 'ream iheibesi of luck and hope lhai 'rhey make ii seven consecuiive cham-
pionships in a row. i
SCORES OF LEAGUE GAMES .
Mouniain View ..., 2I Sania Clara ...,,. I7 Mouniain View ..., 2I Campbell ........I3
Mouniain View ,,., 3I Live Oak .......... 27 Mouniain View .... 22 Sania Clara ..,... 24
Mouniain View ..,. 32 Los Galos ........ 23 Mouniain View .... 28 Sania Clara ...... I4
Mouniain View ,.,............. 27 Freemonf .....,....., ...IO
The Mouniain View I IO's Team aiier a disasirous season Iasi year came back Ihis
year wiih figh+ and courage, and played greai baskeiball 'ro win Ihe S. C. V. A. L.
Under 'rhe able coaching of Mr. Grubb a fine ieam was produced. Led by Capiain
Jack Cardoza 'rhe Ieam showed fine cooperaiion and played fasi and snappy baskelball.
The 'ream was as follows: Capiain Cardoza, Beales, I-Iori, Ishimaru and Funabiki.
SCORES OF LEAGUE GAMES
Mouniain View .... IO Sania Clara ...... 9 Mouniain View .... I3 Campbell ........ 9
Mouniain View .... 22 Live Oak .......... Il Mounlain View .... 22 Sania Clara ...... I3
Mouniain View .... 20 Los Gaios ........ I2 Mouniain View .... 28 Sania Clara ...... 2I
Mouniain View ................ I7 Freemoni ................ I6
'30 BASKETBALL TEAM-fTop Rowj Grubb, Nakamoio, Wilson, May, Sanchez, Barkley, Uhrhamrper, Brunfori
lBoHom Rowj T. Witherspoon, Van de Sande, Davis, Janovich, J. Wi+herspoon, Kimura, Ciriscioli.
'20 BASKETBALL TEAM-fTop Rowl Grubb, lwaia, Kar1zaki,Wilson,Yamamo1o, Pau!is, Schulfz, Lawson, Fuiii, Marfinez
Brunion. fBoHom Rowj Popovich, Nakamoiko, Barriie, Muranoka, McCandIess, Kiyomura, McManus, Kodama, Takeshima
'I0 BASKETBALL TEAM-fTop Row! lwafa, Garliep, Duran, lshikawa, Mr. Grubb, Maisuba, Huber, Janovich
fBof'rom Rowj Sfeach, Hori, Funabiki, Cardoza, Beaies, lmai.
As Napoleon lell al Walerloo so did lhe viclims ol Ivlounlain View. Il broughl
lhe lourlh conseculive championship in baseball lo lvlounlain View I-Iigh. As all lhe
boys were velerans il did nol lake long lo gel in shape and slarl winning wilh a bang.
In lour years lhe Eagles won lwenly-eighl conseculive league games wilhoul a loss.
The boys were in high spirils all ol lhe lime and played lasl-moving, lirsl class ball
lhroughoul lhe season. Three velerans will be Iosl lor nexl year and lhey are: Pele
Spily, chuckery Andrew Janovich, cenlerlieldq Jack Randall, lhird base. The boys will
miss lhese lhree bul lhey wish lhe learn all luck lo carry onl Il was Coach Sypher's
lasl game also, and we wish him lhe besl ol luck al Sanla Rosa.
The line-up was: Tony Spily, calcherg Peler Spily and Andy Janovich, chuckers:
I-Iernandez, lirsl base: Ikebe, second base: Jack Randall, lhird base: "Peppy" lvlarlinez,
shorl slopg Van de Sande, Kiymoura, Nakamola, Pele Spily and Andy Janovich were
Mounlain View .... I8 Fremonl .......,.. I Mounlain View .... 9 Sanla Clara ...,,, I
Mounlain View ,,,, I5 Los Gales ,,s..,., O Mounlain View .... 4 Campbell ........ I
Mounlain View ,,,, I4 Live Oak ,....... 4 lvlounlain View ..,. I9 Fremonl ,,i...,.., I
Since lhe Annual goes lo press belore any ol lhe scheduled lrack meels, we cannol
wrile anylhing aboul lhe aclual meels. Bul we mighl venlure lo say lhal, wilh our line
new lrack, nolhing should seem impossible. i
The "Iighlweighls" wilh many ol lhe velerans back should come close lo cham-
pionship and lhe "unIimileds" allhough handicapped by Iimiled numbers on lhe leam,
should make a good showing in lhe annual S. C. V. A. L. meel.
Unlorlunalely lennis is also a Iale sporl. While lhe leam hasn'l played any malches
yel, lhey have shown during praclice lhal lhey are rounding oul in good shape and
give us every reason lo believe lhal lhey will come oul on lop, under lhe able coaching
ol Mr. Grubb.
BASEBALL TEAM-lTop Rowl Srnilh, Schullz, McCandless, Randall, Volarvich, Wilson, Kienilz, Takano, Manager
llvliddle Rowl Nakamofo, lkebe, Barkley, Kiyornura, Ciriscioli, Hernandez, Martinez, lBoHom Rowl Coach Sypher
' Kimura, Van de Sande, Spily, Janovich, Spily, Reese, Nakamolo, Uhrhammer, Manager.
TRACK TEAM-lTop rowl Kimura, Kodama, Barkley, Spily, Martinez, Marshall, Shearer, Nakamofo, lwafa, Job
llvliddle Rowj Argo, lnouye, Gonzales, Paullus, Uhrhammer, Spily, Bellew, Pin+o, McGIynn, Ishikawa, Mr. Grubb
Furosha. lBoHom Rowl Safo, Hopkins, Holland, Cardoza, Polls, Clifford, Peccorelli, Armanini, Wilson, Beales
TENNIS-lLefT fo rightl Kiyomura, Peters, MeCandless, Paullus, Gonzales, Randall, Barkley, Uhrhammer, Noda, Kimura
Girls' sporTs are becoming more and more imporTanT in The school's curriculum.
This year our baske+baII Team wenT To Palo AlTo High School, where members aTTended
a play-day enTered by several surrounding schools. Besides The usual Tennis, baskeTball,
volley ball, baseball, hockey, and swimming, Two new sporTs were inTroduced, archery
and badminTon, which aTforded The sTudenTs much enioymenT. This year There was an
inTer-class volleyball TournamenT. ATTer playing games wiThin The classes The besT
Team OT The class was selecTed. On The nighTs given To volley ball aTTer school These
Teams played OTF Their games. The TournamenT was won by Period 2.
ln The TirsT semesTer OT The school year a girls' parTy was held. Some girls dressed
as boys and escorTed oTher girls and Teachers. A mosT inTeresTing program was planned
by Lucille l-lardin aTTer which There was dancing. The evening was such a success Thar
The girls unanimously voTed To make iT a yearly aTTair. As This is being wriTTen a Tennis
TournamenT is being conducTed Tor Those inTeresTed in This sporT.
ln The TirsT semesTer RuTh lnouye was presidenT oT The G.A.A., Tollowed by Lucille
Campbell as The second'semesTer presidenT. Under Lucille's dircTion, The G.A.A.
planned and conducTed a successTul concession aT The Carnival Tor The TirsT Time since
The G.A.A. was sTarTed. More and more blocks and chevrons have been given ouT
This year, proving The growTh and expansion oT The organizaTion. ATTer mosT of The
aTTernoon had been spenT in vigorous exercise, reTreshmenTs were served. This was
Tollowed by "sTunTs" by all schools parTicipaTing in The play day, aTTer which The gym
was converTed inTo a dance Tloor.
Concerning hockey: This year, spiriTed discussions were held wheTher The Third
period class was beTTer Than The TourTh period class. The conclusion was reached
ThaT To prove anyThing one way or anoTher The game musT be played. The nighT was
selecTed and The game began. A valianT TighT ensued and The vicTory weriT To The
Third period class.
Archery-lTop left. Left to righfl Campbell, Wiksfrom, Marfinez, Birkeff. Baskefball-lTop right. Top Row, left
To righll V. Thompson, Formway, Barkley, Martinez, Escano, Miss Doak. lMiddle Rowl Wylie, Baron, Ellsworlh,
Okada. lBoHom Rowl Mcliamolo, Sherman, Campbell, Sfonebarger, Navarro. G. A. A.-lCenl'er. Top Row, lefl
fo ri hll Miss Doak, Axell, Campbell, Mendoza, Wylie, J. Thompson, M. Thompson. lBo-Hom Rowl Sweney, Escano,
Funaiilci, Ellsworfh, Sherman, V. Thompson, Kamada. Swimming-lLower leffl. Tennis-lLower right Top Row,
left lo righfl Corridan, Higashiuchl, Tsuchlya. lBollom Rowl Redwine, Funabiki, Kamada.
TI-IE BACK COURT
I-le Changed I-lis Mind
"I-lello, Joe. Where ya' goin' in such a big rush? Oh, Oh, l'll bef if's fhe new
girl friend I heard you had. ls if serious? Oh, so ya' boughf her an engagemenf ring,
huh? Say, fhaf's bad. You're sure she loves ya' fhough? Well, fhaf's differenf, or
maybe again if isn'f. I-Iere's a nice lookin' place. Lef's drop in for a minufe: I gof
somefhin' fo' fell ya'. I-lere's an empfy fable: lef's sif. I-leyl waifer. O.K., freaf's
on me: order up.
"Well, as I was sayin', ya' know fhe beaufiful blonde gal I was goin' wifh a few years
ago? Lef me fell ya' abouf her. She was a sfenog for some big banker upfown, and
boy did she puf on fh' dog. She was a swell dresser, l'll have fo hand if fo her for
fhaf, and she sure had fancy manners, foo. All fhe ofher girls I used fo go wifh, I used
fo fake fo Tony's Spagheffi ioinfg buf her, we couldn'f afford fhe Waldorf, buf she
always knew some expensive place fo drag me. She said she liked fea. Teal Now I
ask ya'. We used fo go fo some English fea ISI shoppy. If was so quief fhere fhaf ye'
could almosf hear 'em droppin' fheir I-I's.
"Every fime we wenf any place she had fa' fell me whaf fork fa' use, or how I
should unfold my napkin, or I shouldn'f wear my red fie wifh my blue sox. She fold
me fa' say 'pahdan me' insfead of 'excuse me,' and how I should escorf her down fhe
sfreef. Nexf fhing I fhoughf she'd be havin' me kissin' her hand like in fhe movies.
'Nof me,' says I, 'I'm no lounge Iizard.' She finally faughf me all fhe manners she knew,
and we'd have gof along alrighf if she had sfopped naggin' af me. I sure gof a liberal
"You say ya' remember her now, and sl'ie's a Iof like your girl friend? You're sure
ya' know who she is? I guess ya' never mef my wife in fhaf case, 'cause I didn'f marry
Blondie, and my wife and I are livin' happily ever affer.
"I-Ieyl Where ya' goin'? Oh, you're goin' fa' gef your ring. Well, so long."
SEPTEMBER-Several Teachers showed signs
oT TainTing when mosT oT The sToodinTs ex-
pressed delighT in being back in school . . .
OCTOBER-Miss Birkland's advisory presenT-
ed a mosT worThy assembly program in The
Torm oT an amaTeur hour and a play. ..
NOVEMBER-Three Things This monTh: Thanks-
giving, Thanksgiving vacaTion lwhich everyone
hared To Takel, and The winning oT The
S. C. V. A. L. championship by The TeeTsball
squad. No True sTudenT oT This school doubTed
Tor a insTink ThaT They would win iT, buT iT was
good To have iT "in The bag" . . .
DECEMBER-And Sandy Clawz. And anoTher
vacaTion. And The annual TeeTsball dance . ..
JANUARY--More local TalenT Mr. Ed-
wards puT on Two one-acT plays and Miss Beck-
er had several selecTions Trom Carmen, which
were sung by members oT The chorus.
FEBRUARY-The only Thing OT much impor-
Tance This monTh was mid-year graduaTion, and
I 'spose ThaT was pre-TTy imporTanT To Those
doin' The graduaTing . . .
MARCH-The big TeaTure Tor March was The
opereTTa, "I-I.M.S. PinaTore," and if l do say
iT myself, iT was preTTy colossal . . .
APRIL-Ah, The seniors broke down and had a
dance. Bee-yoo-Ti-Tul aTTair, leT me Tell you ..
MAY--This monTh we had The Music NighT
program, wiTh The band and orchesTra, led by
U. Gezz I-loo, and The mixed chorus, under The
direcTion oT Miss Becker. Gorgiss ahfair!
JUNE-Need I say whaT This monTh brings?
No more school, no more Teachers, no more
books, no more noThing Tor Three rnor1Ths. See
you someTime in The TuTure.
PS: Also The band concerT . . .
I. Spring Fever. 2. Boy Scouf Manning. 3. Waifing af the Sreps for Davie. 4. Ladies' Man, Janovich. 5. Hamburger
King, 6. Getfing Rough. 7. Van de Sande's Canine. 8. Going Some Place? 9. HE-ya, fehas! IO. Whar Form. II,
Kissie. IZ. lse-a-Muggin. I3. The Lover. I4. Senafor. I5. Remember? I6 Love's Old Sweef Song. I7. Hasn"r Grown
Up Yer eh as-Kimble. l8. Pubhc Enemy No. I. 19. Wha+'s Doing? 20. 6-60 or Flghf. 21. The Boys. 22. Sfudious Fresh.
23. Looking for Jack? 24. Sweet Sixfeens.
I6O Casfro S+. Phone 7I4
ChaHy: "I-Ie's so romanfic. When he addresses me, he aIways caIIs me 'Fair
CaI"ry: "Force of habit my dear. I-Ie's a sireei car conduciorf'
Whenever I see Daniel Van de Sande walking To school on a cold morning,
his ears remind me of Ihaf popular diHy, "Red Sails in The Sunset"
PEARSON AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
383 CASTRO ST. PI-IONE 5I7
Mounfain View, California
Clolhes and Shoes For All The Family
A SILK DRESSES GF ALL KINDS
WE CARRY LARGE SIZES
284 Cas'rro S+. Phone 455I
Our barber looked a+ a young man's sleek hair and asked if he wanfed if
cur, or ius+ The oil changed.
Garage, Machine Shop
TWU 'V "' Z K2 i
13. 1-'-af f , fi
ir all A A A
mg 5 - . .
'ia Official Garage
Firsf Aid and Tow Service
895 CASTRO ST.
Phone 546 Phone 2312
Miss Schmidl was heard 'ro say al lhe hobby show: "I iusl' play lhe violin
for my own amazement"
For Slandard Oil Producls
KANKEL and WOODS
Success fo Class of '36
FELLOWS 81 SPENCER
Smiling Associafed Service
596 Casfro Sl. Phone 8l5
Why is a flapper like a bungalow?
Shingled on +op, painled in front and no a'r'ric.
Good Luck You know our name
Class of I936 Do you know our merchandise?
M A R K E T DEPARTMENT STORE
Where do you buy
Your Mea+s? THE
af MOUNTAIN VIEW FUEL
BERRYESSA'S MARKET COMPANY
Moun+ain View FOR COAL AND WOOD
Phone 52' Phone 2519
Do you know +he Scofchman who drank rea for 20 years, buf had +o qui+
because lhe lea leaves wore our?
SLJNNYVALE Los Amos
MARK TU BAN
Dealer In Ford Produc+s
492 CASTRO ST. TELEPHONE M. V. 533
MOUNTAIN VIEW. CALIF.
Dick Hook Del Logan
l-l O O K 84 L O G A N
INSURANCE - RENTALS
Our Policy ls Good insurance
Phone 24I8 257 Casiro S+.
Farher: "Well, son, whal happened when you asked for a raise?"
Jim Siraubz "Why, he
was like a lamb."
Fafherz "Wha+ did he say?"
R E N E W l N G
Dry Goods Shoes Fancy
Shoe Cleaning and Dyeing
Mouniain View l72 Casiro Sf. G. T. Arena
MOUNTAIN VIEW THE
CREAMERY GIRLS' SHOPPE
We Manufaciure Our Own EDLA POLAND
lCE CREAM Proprieior
Founlain Dairy Producls
Ross and Ormand Newfarmer 237 Casiro Sli'
Spring: The fime of year when farmers and golfers srarl' fheir spring
Traffic Lighiz A li'r+le
green lighi ihaf changes +0 red as your car approaches.
Church and Caslro Sis.
Auio Eleciric Service
MOUNTAIN VIEW I-IARDWARE
Phone 529 I99 Casiro S+.
Miss Mylne: "If you wanied To gel siar 'Fish oulr of oysier beds, whai would
Jeanne Cancillaz "Change The shee'rs."
Wiring Moiors Complimemks
VALLEY ELECTRIC CO.
Glenn W. Wilson A I R B A S E
ARMAN I N' MELLo's MENS sHoP
Drugs' Sundries' Sfai-ionery Men's Cloihing and Furnishings
and Cleaning - Pressing - Alierafions
Phone 635 Mountain View 259 Casiro SI. Phone 259I
Archeologisis have discovered dice used by prehisioric Nebraska Indians.
Maybe +ha+ is a lip on how Ihe red man Iosf This couniry.
REDWINE MOTOR CO.
ALLIS CI-IALMER TRACTORS - FARM IMPLEMENTS
Arrow Bra nd Shirls
J A C O B Y ' S
Iv1EN'S AND BoYS' FURNISHINGS
CLOTHING AND SHOES
I42 Caslro SI.
Mrs. Gibson: "Norman, do you Ihinlc of me aII Ihe Iime7"
Mr. Gibson: "WeII dear, nearly all 'rhe lime, buf I clo Spend a IiHIe Time
wondering who Ihe Republicans will nomina're."
CLASS OF '36
You Will Be Greefed Wifh a Smile
AI' The Grocer ThaI"s
296 Casfro S+.
OIL and LUBRICATION
402 Caslro S+. Phone 2524
Class of '36
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Mercury Herald - Examiner
LOMAS NEWS AGENCY
Bump Pefersz "Jane, I am going 'ro a man Jrhal succeeds where olhers fail."
Jane: "How's Ihal, Bump?"
Bump: "I am going Io a banlcrupfcy lawyer."
We Handle The Einesl Qualify
E A T M O R E
. . K N I G H T ' S
Free Delivery P H A R M A C Y
WINES Phone 537 FANCY uouoizs
M I L A N I ' S
295 CASTRO STREET
lmporled and Domeslic Groceries
Fruils, Vegelables, Meals
Mounfain View California
Book ageniz "Young man, you need 'rhis book. H will do half of your high
school worlc for you."
Tom W.: "Fine, l'll fake lwo.
MOUNTAIN VlEW N A P P E R ' S
FOOD CENTER VARIETY STORE
5 - lO- l5C STORE
C A S H G R Q C E R Y Mounrain View 23l Caslro Sl.
W. l.. and E. B. Ericlcsen, Props.
E R l C K S E N ' S
MEAT MARKET KARL'S CUSTOM
Oualiry Meals and Poullry M A D E S H 0 E S
Dick Schroefer Where Sryle and Oualily Reign
a+ Popular Price
Phone 56l 338 Universily Ave. Palo Alio
Miss Mylne: "Virgil, whal would become of a siiclc of sodium if il' were lei?
in ihe Chemisiry lab?"
Virgil: "Somebody would 'rake ii."
WE EXTEN D CONGRATULATIONS
wAeNi5R's DRUG STORE MOUNTAIN VIEW
THE REXALLSTORE PASTRY SHOP
A Safe Place 'ro Trade All Kinds of
C C it d VH S+ FANCY PASTRIES
i Phone 2423 Phone 623 I86 Caslro Si.
Marion: "I Ihinlc lhal I will lalce up horse back riding. II will increase my
Ed: "I don'+ know aboul Ihe social part buf il sure will increase your sland-
J. C. PENNEY CO.
THE HOME OF VALUES
Complele Oulfirfers for 'rhe Family R E A I- T Y C O '
READY TO WEAR
lvlen's and Boys' Clofhing
QUALITY AT A Main S+. Phone Los Alios l
Culier "I am noi going Io school anymore."
Bob Slrauloz "Why noi?"
Culiez "I can'+ learn anyihing. The Ieachers keep changing Ihe lessons
Iv1URRAY'S BEAUTY SALON
Wha'r's The Use?
Wha+'s The use lo worry?
You've noi gol long To slay:
Why noi' 'ralce 'rhings easy
As you pass along 'rhe way?
'Twill do no good +o worry
If lhings are going wrong,
You may as well be pleasanl,
Meel reverse wi'rh laugh and song.
Wha+'s lhe use fo crilicise?
Whal's 'rhe use lo lcnoclc?
Wha+'s 'rhe use 'ro ridicule,
Or al' some one lhrow a rock?
Don'l' appoinl' yourself a censor,
No maH'er whal' you do,
This greal loig world was never made
For iusl a chosen few.
There's none of us +ha+'s perfecl,
There's none or few can say
Thal we never sfray or wancler
From 'lhe slraighl and narrow way,
So when you s'lar+ lo hammer
Some poor soul who's gone aslray
'Twill do no harm lo slop and Think
You loo may lose your grip some day.
Wha+'s fhe use +o lciclc one
Who's ius+ abou+ +o fall?
lf you do no'r care +0 help him
Don? menlion him al all.
You will find, if you lake nolice,
Thar whal l say is lrueg
While 'rhere may be laullrs in olhers,
There's a flaw or 'rwo in you,
The Lowly Rel.
The fans have a hundred eyes:
The lowly ref bul' 'rwog
Bu? The releree's whisile does The worlc
While The fans can only boo.
The fans will howl and rani and rave:
The ref is very quiei,
Bu+ ye+ one worcl of sass io him
Will cause a loaby riol.
The noisy fans see fouls galore,
Bui The referee lcnows his bizz:
So close your irap and play 'rhe game
And lake whai he says, as is.
dorm, Sweat 31 Zeus, Co., inc
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