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WASHINGTON'S COAT OF ARMS
General George Washington's Coat of
Arms has been adopted by his name-sake
school as its official seal. It is used on
official letters and documents and on the
school book covers. A full color sketch
hangs in the principal's office.
San Francisco, California
Dedication . . . To
TO THE FUTURE 1 WIELD MY PEN IN DEDICATION: A SHADOWY
PATH OBSCURED BY VISAGES UNKNOWN TO BE CONQUERED BY
POWERS OF YOUTH, AS THE COMMON DENOMINATOR OF
SOCIETY LIES WITHIN THE HEART OF THE YOUTH OF FREEDOM.
NAIVENESS, CHARACTERISTIC OF YOUTH, MUST BE THRUST ASIDE
IN EXCHANGE FOR GARMENTS OF EXPERIENCE, TRUTH, FREE-
DOM, EQUALITY, AND PERSEVERENCE, AS THESE MUST CLOTHE
THE YOUTH OF PREPAREDNESS.
THE PAST AND ITS CONTENTS IS A PILE OF CLOTHING OUT-
GROWN, TO BE DISCARDED RATHER THAN REVERED OR GUARDED,
FOR IT IS IN THE FUTURE THAT WE MUST CALL FORTH OUR POWERS
OF CREDITABLE ACCOMPLISHMENT AS WE APPROACH THE PROV-
ING GROUND OF THE PRESERVATION OF OUR IDEALS. IN THE
SPIRIT OF PROMISE AND VICTORY I DEDICATE THIS, THE 1962
SURVEYOR, TO THE FUTURE, FOR IF WE DEIGN TO REGARD THE
FUTURE IN AN AURA OF DOUBT AND UNCERTAINTY, THE FUTURE
SHALL NEVER REALIZE ITS FULFILLMENT.
JULIE FISCHER, EDITOR
Mikele Ann Cassel
Mr. Hugh Wire
Asst. Bus. Manager
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Julie Fischer, Editor; Mr. Schmaelzle, Assistant Editors Miltele Ann Cassel and Gail McClintock.
Your first duty in life is toward your afterself. So live that the person you ought to be
may, in his time be possible, be actual. Far away in the years your afterself is waiting his
turn. His body, his brain, his soul, are in your youthful hands. He cannot help himself. What
will you leave for him? Will it be a brain unspoiled by lust or dissipation; a mind trained to
think and act; a nervous system true as a dial in its response to the truth about you. Will you
Washingtonians, let him come as a man among men in his time? Or will you throw away his
inheritance before he has had the chance to touch it? Will you turn over to your afterself a
brain distorted, a mind diseased, a will untrained to action, a spinal cord grown thru and
thru with "the devil-grass, wild oats"? Will you let your afterself come and take your place,
gaining thru your experience, happy in your friendship, hallowed thru your joys, building on
them his own? Or will you fling it all away, decreeing, wantonlike, that the man you might have
been shall never be? This is your problem in life — the problem which is vastly more to you
than all others. How will you meet it, as a purposeful adult or as a fool? It comes before you
today and every day, and the hour of your choice is the crisis in your destiny!
O. I. Schmaelzle
Miss Eleanor Parsons
Dean of Girls
Miss Margaret Poole
Mr. Reinaldo Pagano
Dean of Boys
Miss L. Baker
Mrs. R. Baker
Mr. Pearson and Mr. Clenaghan
Mr. Carroll Bites His Tongue
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Head Yell Leader
Miss Eleanor Matheu
2nd Vice President
Row 1 — l-r — Colvin, Heck, Darioter, Weirner, Eiberger, Bowman, Skipitares. Row 2 — Williams, Stern, Masuda, Currie, Tsacle, Brauer
Row 1 — l.r. — Johnnie Pearce, Ken Lloyd, Sandy Werth. Row 2 — Victor Wong, Oleg Kaluzhny, Don Rubenstein, Mike Howden
Row 1 — l-r — Kates, Kates, Wallace, Hoover, Arsanis, Leong, Colon, Doering, Stark, Brandon, Kramer, Arney, Heringhi, Giuliani. Row
2 Potter, Mertens, Louie, Lowy, Gampper, Fujimoto, Simon, Creveling, Hurley, Batanides, Lease. Row 3 — Stellby, Allport, Oberstein,
Ruth, Maxwell, Guggenhem, Kovacs, Lazar, Hadfield, Gulllon
Row 1 — l-r — Gow, Giuliani, Lederer, Bennett, Colon, Sientendrey. Row 2 — Stern, Hoover, Lichtenstein, Doering, Leong, Serao, Fuji-
moto. Row 3 — Griffeth, Valputic, Spencer, Blaustein, Sussman, Rhine, Klein, Batanides
The Boss cuts a pizza
Tree planting by the boys
Girl's Service Society
Girls' Service Society
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Row 1 — l-r — Stuber, Kenney, Charmak, Epstein, Vinson, Arsanis, Hashimoto, Kai, Ina, Omura, Burke, Gong, Ji>.'ro.jo,i, nolder, Sorensen,
Marubayashi. Row 2 — Jensen, Halperin, Chaplin, Bossert, Verkozen, Molinari, Gampper, Simon, Drake, Zingmark, Ishii, Hota, Peter-
son, Ferrau, Barclay. Row 3 — Saunders, Elges, von Beroldingen, Chouteau, Holoch, Blumberg, Kahn, Wada, Fujimoto, Simmons, Wada
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Scarlet and Gray to the rescue
YRow 1 — l-r — von Beroldingen, Ruiz, Miller, Chu, Stenson, Wada, VIzzard, Klein, Lederer. Row 2 — Simon, De Roy, Michalski, Holoch,
Molinari, Molinari, Peterson, Levy, Stern, Saunders. Row 3 — Amrofell, Leong, Sorensen, Ott, Land, Jue, Wilson, Specker, Doering,
It's not that we don't trust you
Eternal vigilance, and all that .
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Jed De Roy
Row 1 (I to r): Malone, Holock, Sada, Fonseca, Colbert, Church, Armstrong, Chouteau, Wilson, Wells, Parks. Row 2: Korens, Schleicher, Kiyota,
Cooper, Shaskan, Mitchell, McCloskey> Aissa, Creveling, Cunningham, Ritter, Marshall, Brown. Row 3: Shaw, Shoals, Bessabavo, Barbieri, S. Water-
fall, Smiarowski, Russell, Balzer, De Roy, Drake, Muhlfelder, Fulle, Specker, Fox, Lallas.
Assistant Football Coach Al Lubamersky, left, and Head Coach Chad Reade
On Friday, September 22, the Eaglus met and
were defeated by the Poly Parrots on our own
field. Although the Eagles took command early
in the game by 13-0, they were finally over-
powered by the Polytechnic squad. The final
score was 27-1 3 in Poly's favor.
The second game of the season found the
Eagles tangling with the strong and fast Lowell
Indians. Lowell's sloppy playing, however, did
not stop them from scoring 23 points. The
game ended with victory going to the Indians.
The final score was 23-0.
Lallas packs the ball as De Roy leads the way
In their battle with the Pirates of Balboa the Eagles had
high hopes of gaining their first season victory. The Eagles
fought valiantly and spirit was high. But in this year of
building a solid team, the Washington Varsity could not
match the power of the Bucs. The final score was 32 to 0.
For the second time in 1 8 years, the Sacred
Heart eleven managed to beat the Eagles in
a hard-fought game at Kezar. It was the first
time the Eagles lost to Sacred Heart by
more than one touchdown. The final score
stood: Sacred Heart 32, Washington 0.
The Eagle eleven played Galileo next, strug-
gling to keep alive their last chance for the
championship playoffs. Galileo, however,
turned around and trounced the Eagles by a
score of 40-0. The loss to the Lions brought
Washington's season record to a consistent
The Eagles' only grid victory of the season
came when Washington trampled the
Mission Bears. The Eagles broke a 12-12
stalemate in the fourth period when they
moved 52 yards in seven plays to tally
the final touchdown of the game. Number
25, halfback Lance Ritter was chosen as
Washington's outstanding player of the
day with 146 yards in 16 carries to his
credit. Final 18-12 Eagles.
Marshall (351, Shaskan, Kitano (271, and Kiyoto (221, gang up on Poly
Bessabava (39) comes to the aid of the Washington ball carrier
in the Lowell game.
Newman of Lowell is tackled by Marshall of Washington.
Marshall (WB), Ritter (HB), Shaskan (Q), Drake (Q), Sada (HB)
Bessabava (39) goes for the
fumble in the Lowell game.
In their last game of the season, the
Eagles met the second place Saint Ignatius
eleven. Although determined to win their
last season game and struggling against
an experience handicap, the Eagles suc-
cumbed to the brave S.I. pov/er. The final
score stood at 39-0.
LallQs carrying the ball against Poly, as Cooper (51) and Chouteau (54)
Lincoln game action.
The Bell Game
On November 11 the 16th annual Bell Game was
held on our own field before a capacity crowd of
5,000 people. The game was also televised one
Although the Eagles showed some improvement
over previous games, they were defeated by a
rather one-sided score of 39-6. The only touch-
down scored by the Eagles was scored by Gene
Kitano who received a pass at the 10 yard line.
Besides the grid action much attention was directed
to the two competing rooting sections. The spirited
Washington fans were under the able direction of
Charlie Cramer, head yell leader. Lincoln, however,
also won the traditional megaphone awarded to
the best rooting section, which ended the after-
noon on a sad note for Eagle fans.
Boll trophy given to winning team to hold during the following year.
Row 1 (I to r) : Langlois, McGee, Harrison, Sims, Oeguchi, Talley, Johnsfon, Maryannis, Collins, Luna, Puccinelli. Row 2: Balakian, Goldman, While,
Montevcldo, Zingmark, Fon, Cranert, Currie, Sebastian!, Bernard, Williams, Skalsky. Row 3: Gridley (Mgr), Melendy, Compton, Holmes, Bowen^
Carman, Reinas, Judge, Presley, Hyer, Simon, Martin, Swain, Prince, Weiler, Zaitz.
Bill Currie and Joe Presley watch progress of S.I. game
Junior Varsity Team
Coach Ernie Domecui
Sophomore Football Team
Sacred Heart 41
Saint Ignatius 14
Coach Al Lubamn'sky
Row 1 (I to r) : Greenspan, Ritter, McGee, Sills, Flemming, Johnson, Marowitz, Osibin. Row 2: Franks, Uyama, Lee, Cunningham, King, Day, Fried-
man, Petlus, Gerughty, Schulman. Row 3: Williams, Rivers, Gridley, Gaffney, Feng, D., Fong, R., Brown, Balzer, Otiolini, Drexler, Feyling.
Row 1 (I to r): Kondrasheff, Lialin, Bondarenok, Hart, Volikovsky, Katzeff, Kopytov, Fromer. Row 2: Plato, Tsacle, Diduch, KatzeK, Bolanos, Furst,
Malarkey, Slashuk. Row 3: Miller, Fernandez, Yakovelz, Nielsen, Marin, Baksheef, Cordellos, Vergozen, Shevchenko, Khirnran.
The Eagles started the season with a
"dilly". They lost to Mission by a score of
3-1. The Eagle squad played a superior
game but couldn't score.
The second game of the season saw the
Eagles defeat Balboa 2-0.
The Eagles ran all over the Wildcats with
a 4-0 victory. The team is looking ahead
to a try at the championship.
The Eagles had a field-day with a clean
and powerful victgry over the Lions with a
score of 7-0.
The Eagles received their fifth victory with
a 7-0 defeat over the Parrots.
In a great rival game, the Indians were
scalped quickly, losing to Washington 7-3.
This time we met a tougher Lowell, but had
to settle for a 0-0 tie after two overtime
On Veterans' Day, the Eagles met Mission
for the AAA Championship, where we met
a 1 -0 defeat.
Coach Walter Odone
112 Basketball Team— front (I to r) : Barnes, Conroy, E. Conroy, Wong, Dinits. Back row: Chew Taddeucci, Stanbridge, Smith.
Sacred Heart 31
Saint Ignatius 38
Lightweight Basketball Team
120 Basketball Team — front (I to r) : Kojiana, Soo Hoo, Culton, Fujimoto, Coach McGrath. Back row: Amrofel, Scraimaliege, Katsuyoma, Wong,
Sacred Heart 10
Saint Ignatius 30
130's Basketball Team
Row 1 (I to r): Millstein, Garcis, Taylor, Brenner, Lee, Wong. Row 211 to r) : Wu,
The Washington 30's had a rough time this season. Coach A's boys
didn't have their usual outstanding season, with a first or even a sec-
ond place. This year, however, was one of building and if these boys
proved anything this year its that Washington still has fine basketball
material. The team was slightly hampered by the loss of veteran
Benny Stewart at mid-season but went on to play fine basketball the
rest of the season. The team was paced by Millstein, Wu, Stewart,
Kitano and the rest of the team. The final season record was 3 wins,
68 — Washington — Sacred Heart — 54
51 — Washington — Polytechnic — 66
44 — Washington — Galileo — 15
46 — Washington — Mission — 41
37 — Washington — Lowell — 39
49 — Washington — Lincoln — 53
53 — Washington — Saint Ignatius — 57
Coach "A" gives the word.
Up! Up! Up!
starting 130 Team
Row 1 (I to r) : Whitcomb, Cole, Harrison, Lund, Pandell. Row 2: Piper, Wall<er, Delezene, Moor, Anderson.
37 — Washington — Sacred Heart —
55 — Washington — Polytechnic —
29 — Washington — Galileo —
38 — Washington — Mission —
57 — Woshington — Lowell —
25 — Washington — Lincoln —
55 — Washington — Balboa —
A5 — Washington — Saint Ignatius —
The 1962 Basketball season produced some triumphs and some defeats for Washington's Varsity
Cagers. Their record reads: 3 wins, 5 losses. But far more must be said for the team. At mid-
season they lost two outstanding stars, Jim Pandell and Dennis Walker to Graduation. This ham-
pered the team but it did not defeat them. The team was lead most of the season by an outstand-
ing center. Lance Lund. The entire team, however, contributed their all in some of the stiffest compe-
tition in the AAA league history.
starting Unlimited Team
Row 1, Left to Right: Avtonomoff, Sorensen, Barnes, Russell, Malone, Church, Hagen. Row 3:
Ivanhoe, Fox, Montero, Drake, Mathews, Kunzic, Schwarz, Grownlich.
As the Yearbook went to press, the varsity baseball team
has completed the first half of the season with their
record at 1-7. The Eagles opened their season losing to
Poly 6-3, and then proceeded in losing to Galileo 6-2,
S.I. 10-3, S.H. 10-2, Mission 8-2, Balboa 7-3, and Lin-
coln 3-2. On April 4 the Eagles put a long awaited end
to their undesirable record of 31 consecutive league de-
feats and scalped the Lowell Indians 3-2. All is not lost,
however, as coach Domecus boasts a large number of
talented sophomores who should prove to aid Washing-
ton's chances in the next two years. The graduating
seniors include Nick Avtonomoff who is leading the team
with 8 hits, Basil Drake who is leading the club in R.B.I.'s,
and first stringers Jim Church and Frank Schwarz.
JV Coach "Mr. A", and Varsity Coach
Ernie Domecus look on.
Th* banch strength
Manager George Fonseca looks on
Al warms up for the coming game
Junior Varsity Baseball
Row 1, Left lo Right: Mendell, Evans, Gerughty, Johnson, Grupics, Chester, Goldsmith, Maxey. Row 2:
Marowitz, Wedel, Leonard, Carman, Holmes, Moron, Radcliff, Prince, Francisco,
The Junior Varsity baseball team coached by Mr. "A" seems
to have a well balanced team with a great deal of up-
coming talent. Their record for practice games stands at 3-0.
They have handed losses to Tamalpias 10-6, Marin Catholic
6-3, and Jefferson 9-6. In league competition they have run
into a little hard luck and stand at 1 -2. They lost their opener
to Lowell 10-8, and then proceeded to beat S.I. 6-4, and lose
to Poly 7-6. The infield is made up of Don Harmon at first,
Sonney Johnson at second, George Viera at short, and Steve
Goldsmith at third. Al Lenord, Aubrey Holmes, and Bob
Prince comprise the outfield. Phil Judge handles the catching
chores, while Pat Ratcliff and John Moron pitch. Lee Moron
and Tom Gerihty give added outfield punch, while Bob
Mendell is the number one utility infielder.
Between 400 and 500 boys are partici-
pating in Intramurals Sports at G.W.H.S.
The Sports included in this program are
Basketball, Fencing, Weight Lifting,
Ping Pong, Trampoline, Bowling, Gym-
nastics, Boxing, Golf, Tumbling, Soft
Ball. Most of these sports take place
before and after school. Any boys in
the school may participate if he is not
in AAA competition. Mr. Madfes is in
charge of the program. Boys can win
medals, trophies, and awards in the
Row 1, Left to Right: Hamada, Goldstein, liuka, Spinrad, Mialocq, Pearl, Mott. Row 2: Oime, Tell,
Greenstone, Holey, Simon, Sills, Semler, Crug, Ott.
Typical of previous Woshington golf teams.
Coach McGrath's 1962 squad is a strong con-
tender for championship honors. Although
not considered a favorite, the strength and
confidence of the Eagle putters puts them in
the running. Their strongest opponent this
year will be S.I., the favorite for the A. A. A.
At press time for the yearbook the Eagles
v/ere undefeated. Members of the team im-
pressed it upon this v/riter that they v/ould
remain that way for the remainder of the
Row 1, Left to Right: Griffin, Thompson, Conroy, Speclcer, Katsuyama, Williams. Row 2: Kushman, Ort,
Le Count, Kewley, Tokugowa, Karuma. Row 3: Vizzard, Howden, Miller, Conroy, McNeil, Marianello,
The outcome of the Tennis season for the George Washington tennis team
appears to be rather clear. The team has defeated Balboa, Poly, S.H.,
and Mission, 7-0, and S.I., 5-2. With three schools to play, second place
is the pessimistic opinion of the tennis team's prospects. This opinion bears
noting as the team still must play Lowell, but the team is still hoping for
a first-place finish. The ranking for the team is: Gordon Miller, 1; Specker,
2; Conroy, R., 3; Conroy, E., 4; and Small, 5. The doubles are: Griffin and
Katsuyama, 1; and Mount and Williams, 2. Mr. Reade is the coach, and
Michael Howden, the student instructor.
Coach Chad Reade
Row 1, Left to Right: Stonbridge, Nehrebecki,
Clark, Richards. Row 2: Olsen, Chouteau, Pana-
sik, Robertson, Golman, Holoch, Jones. Row 3:
Potter, Anderson, BarkoH, Felton, Cranert, Camp-
bell, Tolls, Grant.
Lightweights — Row 1 , Left to Right: Swanson, Oka, Bibbuo, Shannon, Rogers, Plato, Friedman, Derringer.
Row 2: Plato, Kawagushi, Lopez, Yoshida, Doyle, Yubic, Raphael, Hiroshima. Row 3: Lam, Brockman,
Parent, Firth, Connelly, Fuller, Kovacs, Marshall, Hendricks, Ross, Meyerhoff.
In their pre-season meets the Washington Swim-
ming Team made an impressive showing, display-
ing the strength they will put to use in their regular
season. The most outstanding performance was by
the 120's. They are a strong contender for A. A. A.
championship. The 130's also are making a bid
for the No. 1 spot in the city.
At presstime for the Surveyor, the Eagle mermen
had had only one league meet with Mission. Wash-
ington downed the Bears in all three divisions.
Under the fine coaching of Mr. Walter Odone the
Eagle swimmers could go all the way this year.
Coach Walter Odone
Row 1, Left to Right: Pucci, Millstein, Lapata, Sussman, Takeda,
Stern, Smith, Lapadura. Row 2: Finley, Lee, Ritter, Johnson, Para-
disis, Batanides, Lsacie, Lemaire. Row 3: Robertson, Holloway,
Leong, Muhfelder, Topolos, Chu, Ishida, Bruce. Row 4: Coleman,
Mathis, Shimamoto, Taylor, Wu, Pickle, Scott, Sims.
Although the Varsity trackmen got off to a slow start at the
onset of the 1962 season, they have picked themselves up
and are forging ahead with speed and determination.
In their first meet with Poly the Eagles met defeat, 75 to
38. They then met Galileo and also dropped that one, but
by a closer margin, 66 to 47. At the height of the season
the Eagle trackmen handed SI their first season defeat,
59 1/6 to 53 5/6, in an evenly m^atched contest.
At press time for this yearbook the track team had the
following meets left with hopes for a sparkling finish:
Lowell, Mission, Balboa, and Lincoln.
At the halfway mark of the season the Eagle 130 track
team sports a perfect record. In three starts they have
defeated strong and weak opponents with ease. Their
record so far this season is matched only by their pre-
season performances. In the Bellarmine, Martinez, El Cer-
rito and Hollister relays, they displayed the type of work
they will be doing throughout the season.
With such a fine record already under their belts, the
Eagles are expected to maintain their strength for the entire
The Eagle 120 track team also has chalked up a perfect
record for the first half of their dual meet season. Under
the expert coaching of Mr. Harry Redlick the lightweight
boys have been achieving success after success. The 20's
also developed their strong squad during the pre-season
relays. Coach Redlick feels they have a chance for a
perfect season record. Their remaining meets at press time
are: Lowell, Mission, Balboa, and Lincoln.
Row 1, Left to Right: Bernstein, Zaiti, Gerich, DeFranz, Hicks,
White, Shaw, Yee, Bessabava, Hardman, Dinwiddle. Row 2: Goss,
Salisbury, Sultan, Neilson, Cordelles Gentschel, Thornton, Martin,
Schleicher, Free, Miller, Andersen. Row 3: Smiarowski, Merchant,
Woolf, Mayo, DeRoy, Hyer, House, Lund, Tomlinson, Whetstone,
O'Hare, Benton. Row 4: Wells, Friedman, Cunningham, Swain,
Atkinson, Davis, Moore, Coleman, Henderson, Kyne, Conachy,
Row 1, Left to Right: Thomas, Hondo,
Ishida, Amrofell, Takahcishi, SooHoo,
Kajuyamo, Fromar. Row 2: Kiyota, Di-
nits, Scott, Wong, Chang, Greenspan,
Jow, Chang, Horn. Row 3: Wilborn, Fu-
jimoto, Masuda, Lenz, Barra, Wing, Eli-
660 — 120's
660 — 120's
75 yd. Dash
Relay — 1 20's
Relay — 1 20's
The Washington Cross-Country unlimited team for 1961 finished a heart-breaking
6th place this season, but the J.V.'s made a fine showing with a second place. The
sophs, in their build-up year also finished in sixth place.
Row 1, Left to Right: Lemaire, Sussman,
Ishida, Horn, Lloyd, Smith. Row 2: Goss,
Bruce, Pickle, Whetstone, Hardman,
Leong, Metlikovic. Row 3: Small, Whit-
sell, Krueger, Fleming, Erianger, Hoyer,
Row 1, Left to Right: Gerich, Holloway,
Shaw, Cowdrey, Pacas. Row 2: Sultan,
Yee, House, Dinwiddie, Stern, Zapata.
Row 3: Scales, Wolbensmith, Katz, Mil-
ler, Tomlinson, Folkman, Hunter, Burke.
broad lump, relay
75, 150, relay
broad jump, relay
shot pot, 75-yd.
Jo Ann Miyamoto
Row 1 — l-r — Raphael, Specker, Zapata, Pucci, Henderson, Sugarman, Shaw, Plato, Barker, Dinits, Amrofell. Row 2 — Chew,
Conroy, McCloskey, Panasik, Lallas, Stanbridge, Conroy, Ross, Colbert, Watertall. Row 3 — Sweet, Fromer, Miller, Olson,
Scramaglia, SooHoo, Couteau, Cordellor, Kajiyama. Row 4 — Nehrebecki, Rogers, Drake, Church, Cooper, Pearl, Moore, Gains.
Row 5 — Ferrero, Lund, Connolly, Baltzer, Creveling, Sevier, Mr. Madfes.
In order to be eligible for the Letter-
men Society a boy must have gained a
certain number of points in track, swim-
ming, or cross country, or must have played
half the time in football, basketball or
soccer. The Lettermen support many of the
President — Fall
President — Spring
Row 1 — l-r — Pucci, Zapata, Specker, Shaw, Church, Raphael, Lallas, Doyle, Cranert. Row 2 — Kajiyama, Stanbridge, Nehrebecki,
Colbert, Amrofell, Conroy, Plato, Rogers, Cordellos. Row 3 — Sugarman, Connolly, Sevie, Panasik, Olson, Pearl. Row 4 — Mr. Madfes,
Creveling, Chouteau, Scramaglia, Sevier, Drake, Miller
Row 1 — Freeman, Herscowiti, Charmak, Carlson, Burke, Lichlenstein, Bareilles, Sorensen. Row 2 — Cassel, Buted, Kales,
Kales, Woodard, Marshall, Doering, Smilh. Row 3 — Levy, Manai, Smilh, Slenson, Levy, Lowlher, Jemmerson
The requirements for membership in the
Girls Block W Society include active par-
ticipation in four terms of GAA, achieve-
ment of all 4 av/ards, and satisfactory cit-
izenship and grades.
The society's functions involve sponsor-
ing of all sports nights, serving at the
Lettermen Banquet, and ushering at most
Row 1 — l-r — Slerck, Marshall, Johns, Lowlher, Turner, Jones. Row 2 — Cassel, Greenfield, Horn, Boswell, Levy. Row 3 — Wynn,
Woodard, Jemmerson, Doering, Knudson
Row 1, I fo r: Kipnis, Soogian, Hollmon, Wayne, Ely, Montgomery, Jack-
son, Jarvis, Capiti, Haywood, Home, Winfrey, Holmes, Rodland, Mazzoni.
Row 2: Carr, Miller, Dominque, Castelli, Ducommun, Miller, Williams,
Marshall, Jones, Nichols, Assalino, Wilson. Row 3: Cooper, Lee, Nalisnik,
Schiffman, Zwillinger, Rhine, Marshall, Johnson, Lowther, Lee, Jue,
Potion. Row 4: Garbell, Moore, Johns, Halperin, Mitchell, Snell, Asedo,
Larsen, Barron, Maisler, Reddick, Harris, Turner, Foster. Row 5: Baranoff,
Fonseca, Richardson, Zborousky, Sorrells, Richardson, Stribling, Fields,
Hewlett, Croin, Mercier, Tekusch.
Row 1, I to r: Colon, Ross, Sccrbo, Beatly, Harscowitz, Freeman, Llchten-
stein, Wilson, Carlson, Boswell, Wesley, Schulte, Gregory, Leonoff.
Row 2: Gainey, Hodgkinson, LeKerdink, Fanning, McElhenny, Doering,
Stark, Gleason, Knudsen, Sterck, Levy, Burke. Row 3; Steinlicht, Evens,
Weill, Hagler, Brandon, Greenfield, Brachunoff, Moore, Smith, Epstein,
Charmak, Lond, Crabstain. Row 4: Geer, Kuruma, Mamett, Sager, Tench,
Southall, Kelly, Withers, Sfratten, Dozier, LaRon, Bell. Row 5: Newman,
Patridge, Harper, Peterson, Birsinger, Shibuya, Ream, Richert, Lee,
Row 1, I to r; CasscI, Cadwallader, Soderslrom, Ina, Louison,
O'Mura, Horn, Zorn, Cohen, Blau$»ein, Stenson. Row 2: Harado,
Yosukochi, Chew, Nakamura, Jimmerson, Allen, Sullivan, Stohl,
Jones. Row 3: Clayton, Bareilles, Wood, Pascual, Vdovikin,
Abby, Butte, Guittke, Scales, Heieck, Posner, Wallich. Row 4:
Leong, Hashinoko, Kuw, Nakai, Mitobe, Pedersen, Benclk, Reed,
Turner, Ulrich, Arney. Row 5: Hosoda, Kai, Murata, Shimo-
moto, Forcada, Howard, Sklpitares, Simon, Malcolm, Valputic,
Modern Dance Class take to the air.
Approximately 600 girls participated in G.A.A. this
term. After school on Mondays, is the big day for
our Ice Skating enthusiasts. These brave girls skated
every Monday at Sutro's. Tuesday afternoon, every-
one in bowling meets at Lincoln Bowl to make those
300 games. Wednesday and Thursday mornings you
can find a large group of girls playing badminton,
in the boys and girls gym. Wednesday afternoon is
the day all of Washington's "twinkle toes" show
their stuff. Miss Hankin's modern dance class is the
place. After school tennis on Thursday winds up the
week with a big bang. Our own tennis courts is
where you will find these girls, but look out for fly-
ing tennis balls.
Fall Low 12 Class Officers
Fall High 11 Class Officers
Fall Low 11 Class Officers
Fall High 10 Class Officers
Fall L-10 Class Officers
Ellie de Felippo
Spring L-12 Class Officers
Spring H-11 Class Officers
Spring L-11 Class Officers
Spring H-10 Class Officers
Spring L-10 Class Officers
Row 1, L-R: Milstein, Bruce, Dozier, Grabstein, Hara, Guillon, Davis, Blaustein, Stenson, Simpkins, Florin, Quan. Row 2: Bowman, Williams, Vinson,
Woymon, George, Doninique, Casfelli, Crug, Sugorman, Zapata, Hoffman, Hendri. Row 3: Diaz, White, Arney, Smith, Klein, Crooper, Doudiet, Specker,
Stern, Lloyd, Palmer, ZIngmark, Kahn.
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Section 1 (I to r) Row 1: Gainey, Hodkinson, Zorn, Gow, Teel, Lee,
Hoover, London, Sanguinetti, Simon, Wolff, Lorenzen, Chaplain. Row 2:
Lefferdink, Stevens, Lewis, Molinari, Kipnis, Soogian, Wilson, Ragan,
Wayland, Rusk, Bolzer, Holt, Wong. Row 3: King, McGowan, Wysinger,
Marshal, Williams, Straiten, Ellis, Colon, Ross, Wilson, Scarbo, Egaas,
Lancer, Weiler, Rodriguez. Row 4: Newhall, Leonoff, Wilson, Lazar,
Weil, Boyers, Chandler, Harris, Skipitares, Grady, Hanson, Petranos,
Opalinsky, Amrofell, Martin. Row 5: Mertins, Mitchell, Olson, Canham,
Dintis, Lerner, Vogel, Reyes, Fontanna, Singer, Peralta, Antonio, Robledo,
Jordan, Kajiyama, Lee.
High 11 Class
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Section 2 (I to r) Row 1: Reid, Larson, Hunter, Maruboyashi, Omura,
Thorn, Hammer, Newhall, Jacobus, Dunn, Frantz, Willis, Isaac. Row 2:
Wickerson, Wilson, Mathis, Celestial, Coleman, Lemaire, Turner, Vic-
chiafo, Keenon, Fujii, Lee, L'tuie, Farrell. Row 3: Catalano, Leong,
Wilson, Hatfield, Gray, Kohn, Herzstein, Goodman, Panasik, Gridley-
brug, Spinrad, Leschinsky, Arsanis, Holenmo. Row 4: Troupe, Hishimoko,
Forcada, Howard, D'Aquisto, McNeil, Washington, Plato, Okamoto, Chu,
Yee, Muhanoff, Lialin, Kondrasheff, Datzeff, Trade.
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Row 1, L-R: Smith, Cronin, Murphy, Bateman, Chung, Sengenberger, Lee, Smith, Scott, Lewis, Schaefer. Row 2: Tench, Saldubchere, Winslow, Cole,
Hendman, Holleran, Stern, Kachalsky, Rhine, Garbell, Marlniue. Row 3: Beck, Coleman, Hewlett, Fields, Prvtasoff, Colvin, Sellinger, Heringhl, Heck,
Low 11 Class
Row 1, L-R: Fong, Friedman, Fong, Woolf, Bosin, Zwillinger, Franklin, Mizis, Hall, Clayton, Espinoza. Row 2: Sweet, Young, Troop, Zbovousky, Liggous,
Cykman, Minai, Holcomb, Raphael, Mercier, Denham. Row 3: Garfield, Savin, Loveland, Davis, Brachunoff, Cronert, Connelly, Bololcian, Rubenstein,
Row 1, L-R: Hadfield, Heieck, Posner, Hudson, Meade, Fielder, Osierholn, Bell, Foster, Carter, Stallings. Row 2: Hamilton, Liston, Kelly, Cebreins,
Scales, Arana, Weaver, Costello, Gnittke, Butte, Alexeieff, Kochergin, Robinson, Wealherspoon. Row 3: Haas, Morse, Pedersen, Walsh, Schreck, Troy,
Ort, Boyd, Dos Ramos, Ellzey, Le Gallee, Clifford, Taro, Ceccotti. Row 4: Saulsby, Ketter, Manning, Poditt, Miller, Kettenburg, Schuiz, Kettenburg, Offo-
lini, Morrison, Sooy. Row 5: Alzander, Malonft, Taylor, Wilson, Bell, Costello, Kulka, Kennett, Schnee, Glen, Sleiner, Shapiro, Konstontenoff.
High 10 Class
Row 1, L-R: Calloghan, Hooper, Goulei, Fixe, Hedges, Thomas, Gipson, Wells, Johnson, Prince, McGee, Johnson, Butilla, Lawrant, Williams, Holmes,
Ardgota. Row 2: Gleason, Rooney, Harris, Gaihenetche, Barrs, Stashutz, Sturgeon, Verkozen, King, Canata, Le Couert, Wallace, Campbell, Evans,
Menge, Flemming, Young, Lowe. Row 3: Ellis, Alloway, Boyce, Sapelkin, Del Barrio, Chung, Assalimo, Richardson, Kemp, Sasaki, Nance, Potter, Bol-
lier, Allerts, Shibuya, Schiffman,44adley, Natsumoto. Row 4: Nazeman, Cadullader, Soderstrom, Ream, Richert, Jaeckel, Nickos, Cogburn, Drake,
Wallich, Goldberg, Shouthall, James, Birsinger, Nalisnik, Small, Moriguchi, Moriguchi, Hoshiyama. Row 5: Saunders, Atomian, Sullivan, Whelan,
Beatty, Sullivan, Weiner, Mintz, Horuietz.
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Row 1, L-R: Lee, Downs, Huff, Smith, Haywood, Hamilton, Peppers, Croww, Izuka, Kagehiro, Gerughly, Fromer, Bibbero. Row 2: Meddel, Ross, Leong,
Silverstein, Ooufman, Lilenthal, Guggenheim, Harris, Kaiser, Fisherou, Kleinman, Belous, Nonada. Row 3: Reepen, Lurie, Delman, Friedman, Raffin,
Puccinelli, Grupico, Day, Greenspan, Madsen, Windeolz, Wiley, Miller, Sato. Row 4: Levy, Nishimolo, Kurma, Tokugawa, Kazama, Martin, La Moss,
Kohnert, Baranoff, Murphy, Gee, West. Rok 5: Kolchaks, Haley, Conron, Yuen, Drexler, Pertcins, Jackson, Gillum, Partridge, Harper, McGorty, Shifs.
Row 6: Albert, Goldsmith, Scott, Reines, Rivers, Sagum, Deasy, Alger, Firth, Scramaolia, Stanbridge, Magnini, Halaj, Dryor, Nious.
Section 1 Row 1 (I to r) : Goetz, Scott, Iwasaki, DeUon, Wu, Lodge, Beans, Knox. Row 2: Brink,
Martin, Lum, Gordon, Wulkan, Stevens, Moore, Castillo. Row 3: Eidridge, Ivanow, Upshinsky, Tom,
Cheu, Someya, Fergoda, Thomas, Danelia.
Low 10 Class
Section 2 Row 1 (I to r) : Weast, Zlumenhranez, loton, Wong, Cattano, Mayiaffa, Beddie, Toulie. Row
2: Morioka, Cruz, Krantz, Jew, Nunotani, Hooper, Opp, Francisco, Goldstein. Row 3: Krenmacher,
Hamam, Benton, McRae, Raisner, Cardenas, Chapman, Audeef.
Row 1 — l-r — Rolfs, Arney, Chu, White, Guillon, Ruiz, Bareilles, Rohrs, Jansen, Lederer, Roth, Oberstein. Row 2 — Carlson, Lichtenstein, Brauer,
Doudiet, Kenmolsu, von Beroldingen, Erianger, Speckor, Brandon, Jue, Zapata, Smith, Stern, Williams
"ow 1 — l-r — Canata, Mullen, Deros, Levy, Lee, Paso, Ceccotti. Row 2 — Bernstein, Leong, Nelson, Stenson, Ulrich, Stern, Williams
Row 1 — l-r — Chu, Wulkan, Lichenstein, Bollier, Birsinger, David. Row 2 — Deras, Erianger, Leong, Ceccotti, Williams, Brauer.
Row 3 — Amrofell, Doudiet, Willson, Seller, Whilsell, Morioko, Jew
Row 1 — l-r — Smith, Johns, Minai, Cutler, Francisco, Berger, Lench, Cassel. Row 2 — Jemmerson, Brady, Wallace, Spelkan, Gold, Sullivan, Alloway,
Moore, Hill. Row 3 — LaRon, Partridge, Chapin, Russell, Chapin, Wada, Kotsuyama, Bruce, Friday, Mullen
Ro,, 1 ]., Cassel, Winblad, Stern, Lederer, Batanides, Rolh. Row 2 — Doering, Lowym, Benveniste, Haber, Rush
Row 1 — l-r — Winslow, Swart, Vriend. Row 2 — Zingmark, Simmins, Poynter
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Row 1 — l-r — Willson, Valputic, Bachmann, Stern, Oberstein, Williams. Row 2 — Solter, Baker, Ellis, Rozoff, Tobias, Turner
Row 1 — i-r — Soofian, Kipnis, Wharton, Marenstein, Griffith, Simon. Row 2 — Rush, Wynne, Benveniste, Haber, Deras, King
Row 1 — I-r — Roffin, Smith, Vaienzuela, Labataillo. Row 2 — Ltltienthal, Taylor, Beenstein, Potter, Kovacs
Row 1 — I-r — Leon, Scott, Greenfield, Bareilles, Horn. Row 2 — Beatty, Wood, Lowy, Louie, Turner, Winblad
(I to r) : Littell, Mack, Davis, Parsons, Zerebinski
Row 1 (I to r): Marubcyashi, Hasal, Woodmansee, Blum, Hartley,
Mewhoii, Billones, McLemore. Row 2: Deasy, Simpkins, Apps, Gleason,
Spar, Maran, Martinez.
Row 1: Omura, Suekawa, Elges, Ganotise, Bradley, Hachiya. Row 2:
Mock, Veirauchs, Zavier, Castro.
Row 1 : Douglass, Hartley, Megas. Row 2: Tokugawa, Simmons.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
l^wv 1, left to right: Mr. Meder, Carter, Goros, Schultheiss,
lobertson, Atkinson, White, Slade, McCracken, Cherney. Row 7:
Haynes, Joseph, Wynne, Kabahit, Roth, Belling, Wood, Ganotise,
^akai, Thomas. Row 3: Miller, Mitchell, Hend erson. Kotauyama,
Hjort, Hartley, Tokugawa, Lichtenstein, Geer. Row 4: Okanovchi^
Brown, Hollownv . Wilson^ priffm Brown, Bowen, Branner, Lewi^
O'Leary. Row»9! Ulillon, Khmenko, Sawyer, Cole, Lias, Poyn
t BOYS' QUE
Row 1, ieh to right: Frogomeni, Callag-
han, Malone, Smith, Capil, Weaver,
Pain. Row 2: Rubinstein, Moriguchi, Her-
bert, Herbert, Taylor, Willis, Atkinson.
Row 3: Else, Shweid, Sotjlick, Goodman,
Hawkins, Stallings, Gillel)
GIRLS' AOVANCED CHORUS
Row 1, left to right: Berger, Franklin,
Froysleben, Wilson, Epstein, Peterson,
Heck, Abramowitz, Fischer. Row 2: Hew-
lett, Heringhi, Smith, Richardson, J*ffrey,
Shaffer, Kuruma, Crossland, Ebcritsch.
Row 3; Boyd, Fields, Harris, Bateman,
Pptton, Wilkerson, Murphy, Thomas,
Mertens, Mr. Meder.
Row 1, left lo right: Barfield, Kerens, Callejo. Row 2: Redus,
Djong, Larsen, Megas, Camia, Tauber, Ducummon, Rush, Curry,
Duzdevich, Ortner, Kettenberg. Row 3: Gill, Wesley, Parent,
Yukawa, Page, Michalski, Kurtzman, Reid, Patilio, Fedoroff,
Nonaka. Row 4: Rodriguey, Redmond, Cordellos, Liggons, Fried-
man, Whitsel, Armstrong, Jacobus, Holloway, Parks, Scott,
Hooper, Cohen. Row 5: Knoll, Miller, Dunn, Harris, Ellis, Stellby.
Row 1, left to right: Reece, Slallings, Kettenberg, Bowman, Omura, Tsacle, Morrin, Schult-
heis, Wolff, Giuliani. Row 2: Stoshuk, Rathman, Cronin, Warnock, Duzdevich, Heck. Row
3: Gorman, Taylor, Coleman, Tummins, Coy, Salminen. Row 4: Coslello, Costello, Le Gallee,
Parker, Wesley, Allport, Gleason, Straus, Gruen, Mr. Welch.
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Bottom Row — l-r — Capil, Siegenthaler, Denham, Davis, Ganotise (Co. Cmdr.), Menis, Howkins, Dhun-
jishoh, Hsia, BHIones. Top Row — Gow, Susko, Parsons, Spaeth, Wallace, Von Beroldingen, Deasy,
Olsen, Gleason, Simpklns.
The R.O.T.C. was very active in the
In the Fall Term under the leader-
ship of c/Lt. Col. Arthur Hartley, the
R.O.T.C. participated in the Colum-
bus Day Drill Team Competition and
Clement Street Merchant's Halloween
Parade. The Rifle Team was unde-
feated in the Fall Interscholastic
Rifle Competitions and for the third
consecutive time captured the City
The Spring term found c/Lt. Col.
Rolando Castro commanding the
R.O.T.C. R.O.T.C. units participated
in the Chinese New Years parade.
91st Infantry Division Drill Compe-
tition, and the Spring Term Rifle
Row 1, left to right: Kahn, Willis, Fowlis, Zovier, Mptk, Elges West. Row 2: Topley, Kalenko, Smith, Scoble, Tuck, Berl-Finley,
(Company Commander) , Gassin, Davis, Florin, Love, Peterson, Arnold, Hammer, Spar, Funk, Ort.
Row 1, left to right: Kunzig, Nowell, Marabayashi, Chetirkin, Bachman, Adler, Apps, Dirks, Maran, Chan, Williams, Graham,
Woodmansee, Blum, Veirauchs, (Company Commander), Kurtz, Martinez, Laxamana, Kulka, Daily, Percival, Holl, Silvera, Pasa.
Hasan, Knight, Hochiya, Wong, Chung, Newhall, Mocias. Row 2:
Row 1, left to right: Williams, Tchikovani, Sonntag, Linder,
Castro (Company Commander) , Suekawa, Saunders, McLeod,
Amartseff, McLemore. Row 2: Israelson, Massaeff, Ahrens, Can-
non, Hom, Cade, Work, Omura (Clerk), Bradley (Armorer).
\^^^ Rooters waiting in the wings |^
Basil Drake and friend af the Junior Day Breakfast
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Row 1. No. 1. R. Rogers 4. R. Pearl 5. L. Sherman 8. M. Selmer 9. A. Baldanzi
Row 2. No. 2. R. Plansky 3. N. Autonomoff 4. B. Tuvera 5. B. Snell Row 3. No.
2. G. Costel 3. T. Lederer 10. M. Rubenstein 12. T. Greenstone
Rose Ann Plansky
t^red Brown Usemarie Wolff
Mary Sue Smith
Rose Ann Piansity
In February, 1959, approximately 200 students
began three funfilled and hardworking years at
Washington. Great spirit was shown when many
class members took part in the Low Sophomore
project of painting garbage cans. The class' junior
year was highlighted by a memorable Junior Day,
"High Hopes," Junior Day Dance, "Bewitching,"
and finally by the junior prom, "Unforgettable."
Time seemed to fly by, and before long the class
started work on their successful Senior Day and
Dance, "Bye Bye Washington." On January 20,
1962, the class gathered at the Franciscan Room
of the Sir Francis Drake Hotel for "Ours To Re-
member," their Senior Prom, and said good-bye
to high school days with a night full of gaiety
and lasting memories. Commencement on Janu-
ary 30th, climaxed these three years. The Class
of Fall '61 won't soon forget these three years
at Washington, their wonderful class sponsor, Mr.'
Yates, and all the help and guidance they received
from Washington and its faculty. Good-bye, good
luck, and may God bless you.
Constance Baksheeff Roberta Banford
Victor Barfield Bonnie Barron
Beotie Susan Juditli Berger
Michael Bersaglieri LaRue Bowser
Michael Bum Lydia Buled Gary Castell Carol Cherry
James Hendricks Ed Herden
Stan Holcenberg Julianne Holloway Yuckeuk Hsia
Byron Jackson Michael Jaroff Patricia Jeffrey Joyce Jolinson Barbara Josepli
Maxine Kuruma Jane Kwart
Miriam Moisler Eileen Marquette Edith Martin Michael Masoeff Steven Matsui
Michele Mazzoni Gail McClintock
Larry McGee John Mclntyre
Michael Megas Irene Mercooloff
Lois Meyer Chizuko Nakai
Eleanor Nigel Tom Nowell Kumiko Okamoto James Pandell Nancy Parker
Arlene Parsekian Ward Patty
Rote Ann Plantky James Poynter Frances Richardson Margaret Rilter Benjamin Rodriguez
Steve Sails Ellen Schneiderman Donella Schultheiss
Raymond Shanahan Tania Shekin
Richard Simmons Patricia Simms
Stephen Slinkey Constantine Slobodchikoff
Janet Stevens Benjamin Stewart
Randall Sugawara Catherine Swart Geraldine Thomas
Richard Treadgold Michiru Tsuji Glenda Turner Dennis Walker
Steven Waterfall Thomas Waterfall Mary Weddle Stephen Weiner Stanley Winder
Don Yamate Patricio Young Daniel Zavala Donald Zeman Jonathan Ziady
Fall Senior Popularity Poll
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
MOST ATTRACTIVE HAIR
MOST APT TO BLUSH
BEST SENSE OF HUMOR
Rose Ann Plansky
From the first day that this 50th Class filled the
halls of Washington it was easy to predict that
this was a class of vigor.
During the first year Sal Guerro and Sandy Ina,
the leaders of the class, started us with two very
successful projects: the planting of shrubbery in
the veterans court and the collection of Eagle
newspapers for servicemen.
In the junior year the students of our class pro-
duced and presented the musical Junior Day and
Dance, "Night of Nights". This was highlighted by
thtf Prom at the Colonial Room.
Under the guidance of the class president Mi-
chael Rubenstein, the class also presented a P.T.A.
As the shrubbery grew we approached our
senior year. This year held for us such activities
as participating in the 25th anniversary celebra-
tions, sponsoring the P.T.A. drive, presenting the
fabulous Senior Day, "Baghdad Burgulars" and
Senior Day Dance, "Baghdad Bop", and dancing
till midnight at the Senior Prom. All this was
brought about under the leadership of president
Andrew Belling and class president Bill Bauer.
Our dedicated sponsor, Mr. Donovan, was sue-,
ceeded in our last term by Mr. Callen. We have
enjoyed our years at Washington, but we look
forward to the future. \
Bernice Abramowitz Trudy Adams
Troyanne Anderson Deborah Appleby
Phyllis Amstein Nick Avtonomoff
Barbara Barclay Marie Bareiiles Rodger Barkoff Frank Barthelemy Mildred Batts
B*v«rly Baylcst Karen Beatty Andrew Belling Gertrude Benedet Kathryn Bennett
Kathleen Boldt Catherine Bossert
Eleanor Botwell Frances Boyd
William Brauer Elizabeth Brightwell
Marilyn Bryant Georgia Burlte
Dawn Carnahan Claudetle Carter
Jo Ann Charmak Kathryn Chase
Brando Cohan Iris Cohen George Colbert Richard Colbert Diana Colby
Patricia Collier Donald Collopy
Donald Comstock Robert Connolly
Peter Creveling. Robert Cunningham
James Dariotes Homer Davis
Philip 01 Carlo Jr. Claude Dickens
Sheldon Dulberg Kathleen Dunn
Howard Folltnian Terry Fontenot Patricia Francisco Barbara Freeman Michael Fuiimoto
Vicki GrQham Eugene Granovsky Robert Grant
Salvador Gray Gory Greenberg
Miriam Hausmann Robert Hawkins Eliska Haywood
Hoy Henderson Richard Hernandoz Rafaella Hirschman Louise Herscowitz Shirley Hicks
Florida Hidalgo Richard Holder
Dimilry Holl Charles Holloway Sandra Holmes Robert Moloch
Keith Hooper Saundra Home
Daniel Hoshiyama Frank House Jana House Michael Howden Barbara Huffman
Irene Ivanoff Stella Jackson
Leo Jansen Barbara Jensen
Barbara Johnson Cora Lee Johnson
Dianna Johnson Linda Johnson
Patricia Johnson Frederick Johnstone
Laraina Jue Ronald Katsuyama Stephen Katz William Kehl Timothy Keller
Victoria Kemp Katharine Kennett
Carol Konney Susanne Khualil
Hisashi Kitano Dola Kito
Rob< r1 Kiyota Nicholas Klimenko Helen Kopico Alexis Kopytou Linda Kramer
Nellie Krapivkin Donald Krohn
Thomas Lederer Josephine Lee
Collin Leong Sheridan Leroy Judith Levy
Kathleen Levy Roberta Levy
Stever Lightfoot Samuel Linder
Evelyn Lichtinstein William Liggons
Dale Lingscheid Marylee Lippi
Sheryl Little Diana Lebrano
Lorenzo Marianella Joe Marin
Carol Marshall Marguerite Matlson
Henry Mayer Salvafore Mayjoffo
John McCloskey Jr. Sandra McCollom
Joan McCracken Karen McDoniel Betty McElhenny Frances McElvain Kalherine McKinley
Dolores McNally Janice Mellach
Jose Menis Maria Michailoff
Sylvia Mickens Dan Miller
Gordon Miller Lynne Miller
Dorothy Mills Saliha Minai
Kaihryn Minen Barbara Minetti Carol Minor Darlene Mitchell Janet Mitchell
Jo Ann Miyamoto Janet Molinarl
Daniel Mullen Pat Nakamura
Toshiko Natsume Peter Nehrebecki Alex Nejin Charles Nelson Pamela Nelson
Palsy Newton KolhlMn Norris
Elizabeth Oberstein Sandra O'Dea
Con Oqolin Rose Marie O'leary
Eichi Ola Naneen O'Toole Floyd Paige Florence Nathan Bernice Nagase
Frederick Paeli Richard Parks Vincent Patterson
Ricliard Pearl Jessie Peebles
Rosalind Patton Jeffrey Pearl
Carmen Petrenko Steven Pinsky Bernard Piper James Pisias Jr. Jean Player
Lucy Pokrevsky Susan Powell
Linda Rathbone Elinor Reese
Sharon Richardson Charlene Richter
Gladys Rivers Comilas Robertson John Robertson Shirley Rodland
Richard Rogers Robert Rogers Jr.
Oakley Saba Yasuko Saito Kako Sakaguchi Robert Santocono Howard Saunders
Steven Schmidt Barbara Schoenbergar
Frank Schwarz Flaggie Scott
Obie Scott Rose Lynn Scott Noreen Segerquist Michael Semler
Jonathan Sliaskan Alex Sheleketinsky
Barbara Sl**rs RoseMarie Sterck
Marina Sushlcoff Peter Sustarich Stephen Sutherland Carolyn Swanson George Szentendrey
Fredericic Tapley , Madeline Taube Aliene Taylor Barbara Theodoridus Hugh Thomson
Edith Ulrich John Valenzuela
Linda Valerio Elizabeth Von Hottem
Gail Vogel Paul von Beroldingen
Patricia Vriend Marianne Wilcox Jeffrey Williams Robert Williams Alma Wilson
Linette Walling Mattie Washington Sharron Wesley Sylvester White Grace Wicks
Ronald Wiach Victor Wong DIano Wood Patricio Wood Ann Woedard
EUna Wynno TnnkanakI Kakord Reborta Yano Atfvko Yofukochl Edwin Yoo
Eunico Young William Young Marilyn Zacarlat
Mkhaol Zak Helen Zakhareff Tatlana Zbororiky Lo>lio Zolln>ky Mondrich ZoroWntkl
Klaus Barber Michael Dhunjishah Prudence Martinez Robert McClure
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Student Body President Andy Belling
and Student Body Treasurer
Poor man's Bruce Gow!!
Fallout succumbs you .
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Cfraduatlng, CladdeA of 196U1962
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Our most grateful thanks to Mr. Donovan,
who guided the class for two and a half
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lot's w-hat Hucic means to mej" L. to R. Mike Cassel, Jeff Hjork, Vic Stern
"Mississippi Line's comin'." L. to R. Bonnie Rogers, Jessie Peebles, Steve
Sutherland, Bobbie Smythe
An original musical
"Huckleberry" by An-
drew Belling was pre-
miered at George Wash-
ington High's Theater at
two evening perform-
ances June 1st and 2nd
and a special matinee on
June 2nd. Director was
Mr. Joseph Harris; Mr.
Richard Meder, musical
director; Jessie Peebles,
student director. Stage
manager was Mr. James
Ruane; Mr. Herbert Welch
did the orchestrations.
ck and Mary Jane, (Tim Sawyer and Bonnie Rogers)
Fearless Leader, (Mr. Harris)
The title role was played
by Tim Sawyer with
other male roles played
by James Willis as Jim;
Andrew Belling as the
Duke; Bill Dahlgren as
Dauphin; and Tom Led-
erer as Blodgeth. Major
female roles were Bon-
nie Rogers as Mary
Jane; Linda Rathe as
Amy; and Janet Mul-
gannon as Mrs. Loftus.
Gosh Master HucIc!" (Jim Willis and Tim
"Huck's been Murdered!!" L. to R. Mike Cassel, Vic Stern, John Valenzula,
"Aw shucks, Mary Jane
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