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

 - Class of 1945

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. ' ' . ' V ' ' .1 ul., ' lot i944 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD F 1' '--. -, V , , ,., vim. N . , it fill? s N--'r' , . yi Q ' -Usa,-A .JV 5 53, 'tl id cf E83 , ,Z ,Gil -, A . If -, AV , as ,, . lg 'X . ip , ,Q , . , gin Q i, . . ,.. ,, it T. 9, ' p ' . 'f 7 f"'f,f' W' az' l I . -ff, C w I A Q , ,K V .ia Q, . :E A ' V . .f 7 f - V LA? ' , 'lf .,. K' w . r f N '3 ln summarizing the results of U,niversity's varsity football squads during the past three years, one would find that the Wilcox-coached elevens have done fairly well in placing a man on the All-City squad in both '42 and '43 and by holding first, second, and third in league standings in the three years. Plac- ing john Simons on the All-City eleven, the '42 aggregation fared through seven out of eight league games to grab Co- Championship honors with the Venice Condoliers. Their only loss was at the hands of the Venetians in an early season tilt, they came back to nip the Oarsmen l3-l2 in the season's finale. ln '43 the local outfit roared through five games with no losses. However, when they met their arch-rivals, the vaunted L. A. Romans ran roughshod over the locals 25-6 to wind the reservationists up in second place. lncidentally, the Warriors did exceptionally well, for they went into every skirmish outweighed from lO to l5 pounds per man. Placing Bob Leonard and Bob Hammond on the All-Western squad, they achieved City recognition with Hammond on the first string as blocking back. Coach Tom Wilcox was very disap- pointed in his '44 outfit. The local squad, having possibilities for rounding into the greatest Warrior eleven and the most outstanding in the Western League circuit, dropped their sec- ond game to a high-spirited, but not' superior, Dorsey team, D. Lawrence C. Elam B. Clark l 3-6. C. Wilcox l. Walker j. Peters R. Snyder G, Hogue L. Dover 1 l J ' 'A l ' 5 3583? , 1 . ff V. , 344 f f'if512Q:J' - , , 1 ' :-:"'-. VL . fvaj Y: 12 L , f' gov., '. 3 ' I , , ? ' V b , , V, ! EJ V by ,, ,Y Q I , . ji V, h, , - 'SH V .i 5 '1 1 . 1' 'f Qi.. ' '3 I 1,1 . Q , "f' -,. .,,,:fz7,.-,.,L. atxjzx A IW: ?..T? kk- nl-A',l VS yi., V g , g 1 'S A -- ' ,,,. W . . ' ' ' 'f T ..,' .ff - ' .'f'-iffffwi-9-,QEffif5i1.3f7' -5 , fl Q- '9 - f ' jg :. f C 1 'f 4 f f f. ,I - A 3 ir-t TN . me my A f .- A if .f.ig,ffZf?'?h 1-231: 1411.4 fi' 1 ANN' ' 1 'L-L.,7liM'i'?i?3'fl'4'4'-5 ' ' 'Z' ,wif'WH'-.T71.f'fsPif?f fiiiabfrff' ' all 2715-4 :f ,L -4' , gsgaaw, e-1,,5q.:,fq,Q2f-4fb--me - ,pf-V f' f. .af ' , ,rulryiil ,wiggyluh -1-V jff'f':E5:,,. ,,-1, ..5, '. 'YSL ' f ' , f fZ:i1.jQ2-f.s it ivizf' H,--:.I:i5,,k1L'f,.: , A V, h N I A r CANOCA PARK sown COACH TOM WILCOX 46



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i045 VARSlTY BASKETBALL Keller Abney Stone Richards BOWGI1 Beck l-lorton Hatch O'Neal Christensen Sparked by Captain lack Stone, sensational pivot man, and Glen Abney, stellar guard, University's i945 basketball quintet was a polished, high-scor- ing aggregation as they blazed through eleven out of twelve league frays easily to annex the Western League gonfalon. The high-flying Warrior hoop- men dropped only one skirmish to the vaunted L.A. Romans. Playing a freeze- ball game, for the sole purpose of keeping the score down, the Roman five sorely outwitted the amazed local squad as they kept possession of the ball during the majority of the game to eke out a 24-23 win over the spirit-lack- ing Redskins, Benny Lewis, sensational sophomore monogrammer in '42, achieved All-League honors in '43 and '44 with a first string All-City berth, Also in '44, lac-k Stone, the gigantic bulwark of the '45 squad, held the honor of being the first tenth grader to win a first-string All-League berth. l-le fol- lowed this up by manning the same Western League pivot post for three suc- cessive years. Stone, who also received All-City honors in '44 and '45-first- string in 745-was truly the greatest natural athlete ever to attend Univer- sity and will always be remembered for his remarkable basketball career, Along with Stone on the '45 Warrior powerhouse was C-len Abney, towering southpaw hook-shot artist. Abney merited a third-string All-City berth as guard, along with his All-League honors. Bob Keller, spark-plug forward, Bob Richards, defensive mainstay, and lanky, deadeye Dick Bowen completed the first string. The Western League Champs were backed by host of able substitutes: Bruce Christensen, Tom l-lorton, Rodney l-latch, Fred Beck, lerry O'Neal, Chuck Colwell, Bob Wolfe, and capable manager Dave Blanchard. Winning the first Basketball Championship, the stellar local squad set a high mark for future University melonmen to aim at by setting a record for the number of Western League wins in taking the championship. 48 ' basket

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