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and various special per-
mits, aided by equally
Mrs. Frances Brooks,
Counselor, has a genius
for straightening out
program trouble. Help-
ing each Warrior to
choose the classes that
will help him most is
only one of the jobs
that earns the admira-
tion and respect of the
Aiding as an import-
ant part of the Admin-
istration are the co-or-
dinators: Mr. Luzerne
Crandall, English, Dr.
Dorothy Merigold, For-
eign Language, Mr.
Atilio Bissiri, Science and Mathematics, Mrs. Ethel
Martin, Home Economics, Miss Cecilia Irvine, Social
Studies. Working in collaboration with U.C.Li.A.,
they supervise the student teacher training pro-
gram in each of their respective departments and
have done much to prepare the Warriors for the
University. Familiarizing the students with High
School requirements 'and the need of acquiring fine
study habits is the work of another group of co-
As coordinator -of Individual Growth, Miss
Frances Tubbs helps the individual person to de-
velop his abilities to the greatest extent. Her per-
suasive encouragement has fired many a Warrior
to greater achievement. Mr. George jackso-n, co-
ordinator of Attendance and Registration, takes
care of all the aspects of student attendance in Uni-
versity. Mrs. Frances Brooks, Guidance coordinator,
helps to adjust programing difficulties, and confers
with parents when necessary for the best work of
the student. Mrs. Louise Thomas is coordinator of
Social Growth. Due to her interest and industry
Uni has a well-rounded social program. Mr. Harold
Ives, coordinator of Student Employment, selects
the jobs that the working Warriors hold. Mr. james
Pursell ta-kes care of the health of University as
coordinator of Health. Working with the doctor
and nurse he helps the Warriors to keep in tip-top
Each of the various departments is headed by a
chairman who makes out the program of classes,
meets with heads of all other departments, and se-
cures all supplies and textbooks needed in each
Frances C. Brooks, Counsellor George A. jackson, Registrar
separate department. Holding chairmanship in the
Art department is Mr. john Armstrong. Besides
regular classwork, the department does an excellent
job decorating for school occasions and making the
many posters seen in the halls. As Social Studies
department chairman, Miss Cecilia Irvine tries to
see that all the students throughout the department
are developing particular attitudes, skills, and
knowledge that go into the making of a good citi-
zen. Mr. john Bangerter has a large job in the field
of Industrial Arts. With even greater plans for the
coming year, Mr. Bangerter has enlarged the de-
partment so that it would be more adaptable to the
student need during this past year. Heading the
Music department, Mr. George Wing keeps Uni
abreast of city-wide music activities and plans
music for all of our school occasions. Mr. Luzerne
Crandall is chairman of our large English depart-
ment. Since the field of this department includes
all the forms of English spoken and written, Mr.
Crandall is one of the busiest of the chairmen. Mrs.
Dorothy Merigold also has a very large field to -cover
as chairman of the Foreign Language department.
Proving that the Warriors are a very language con-
scious group, over half of the student body ll l28
people to be exactl take either Latin, Spanish,
French, or German. As head of the Commercial de-
partment, Mr. Harold Ives is concerned with the
preparation of students for taking part in the busi-
With an incomparable faculty, University High
is proud to have one of the finest Administrative
groups in the Los Angeles City School system.
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