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1 BASH UPLAND THE EAGLE S EYE SERVICE AND TRUTH TO EISENHOWER HIGH BASH UPLAND Vol. IV No.4 Eisenhower High School Outstanding Personalities Chosen For 1963 ANNOUNCED MONDAY were the following Senior personalities: Top, standing, left to right, Gail Campbell, Mike Wiltse, Jan Overby, and Carol Lucas. Sitting, Tona Kusich, Tony Radcliffe, Paulette Chmielewski, and Randy Wheaton. Bottom, standing, Maryjean Gubey, Van Dunlop, Shorty Peterson, and Loren Tuttle. Sitting, Pam Hooten, Bob Curran, Jan Mason, and Terry Bools. Missing from picture is Mary Blair, Keith Frandsen, Boyce Gire, and Ben Kolb. Are you good looking, spirited or funny? Well maybe you re not but there are certain Seniors who do qualify for these titles. SHORTY PETERSON, (can t you hear the whistles now) was voted BEST LOOKING and you can be sure that the senior boys had something to do with this. LOREN TUTTLE, tall dark and masculine (what a hunk of a man!!) would make any girl swoon in her tracks, proving that he is BEST LOOKING. RANDY WHEATON, ASB President voted BEST ALL AROUND would be the idol of any girl and especially PAULETTE CHMIELEWSKI, head cheerleader who got BEST ALL- AROUND girl. These two have won the recognition of their fellow students by their all out personalities. Spirit, spirit, let s hear it! Petite JAN MASON can be heard yelling these not to be forgotten words at all EHS games. No wonder she was voted MOST SPIRITED. TERRY BOOLS, whose spirit can be seen either riding a surf board or charging down the Bee football field, was chosen MOST SPIRITED boy. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED true, but at what? MARYJEAN GUBEY and VAN DUNLOP were foretold to succeed in their future lives. Only time can tell what these two will do. CAROL LUCAS, Jack s sister, carrying on the family tradition was named MOST ATHLETIC girl. Athlete s foot no! MOST ATHLETIC yes. This could be none other than BOYCE GIRE. All sports are Boyce s game and he knows how to play them. H o, H u m! W h e r e s T O N Y RADCLIFFE? I bet you can t find him. Know why? He was voted BUSIEST SENIOR boy and he is busy doing just that. TONY oops, TONA KREISCH (the names are synonymous when it comes to work) was given the title of BUSIEST GIRL. Under that crop of red hair boy you may see the beaming face of KEITH FRANDSEN, who was voted the FRIENDLIEST SENIOR BOY. Would you believe it?... Keith is also a great thinker. MARY BLAIR, FRIENDLIEST GIRL, is seen laughing and talking to almost everyone on campus. Her sparkling personality which SOME people don t know about, adds warmth to EHS campus. MISCHIEVOUS PAM HOOTEN may be seen climbing fences and casting hexes on our rival teams for she is not only mischievous but she is also our school mascot. BOB CURRAN always in on everything and hard to be missed has proved to be the most MISCHIEVOUS BOY. Pert GAIL CAMPBELL and debonair BEN KOLB were selected the two BEST DRESSED seniors. No they don t own clothing stores. FUNNIEST seniors MIKE WILTSE and JAN OVERBY are always amusing themselves and others with their jokes. We won t tell you what jokes! Well, here they are, SENIOR PER- SONALITIES...each one adding something special to the Senior Class.

2 Page 2 THE EAGLE S EYE EAGLE S EYE PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF EISENHOWER HIGH Editor-in-Chief... Tina Stroh Page 1 Editor...Susie Kingry Page 2 Editor...Sheila Coble Page 3 Editor... Maurice White Page 4 Editor...Kriss Randall Page 5 Editor... Carol Baker Page 6 Editor... Bill Potter, Skip Morgan Photographer... Charles Smith Business Editor... Luanne Burton Reporters: Allen Richardson, Karen Bollniger, Linda Giancola, Linda Christelman, Carol Baker, Sandra Adams, Martha Price, Shirley Glaubig, Vicki Hessel, Jamie La Mar. EDITORIAL: A Problem for Your Concern Our school year opened with a bang, due to our tremendous shut-out victory over Lennox. Why? One reason was that we had good support. The Rooter Bus brought dozens of enthusiastic Ike-Highers to the game. But, the battle on the field was mild compared to that one going to and from the game. Students sat in their seats (which already held four fellow students) and tried to yell their school cheers. Suddenly a shoe flew through the air and smaked them across the face. As someone turned around to throw it back, he was attacked by an army of spitwads accompanied by wild shrieks and screams. No one paid any attention to the persistent pleadings of the chaperoning teachers. This wasn t because Eisenhower students are rowdy or completely thoughtless, but mainly because no one could hear the teachers. One could almost see the steam rising from the furious driver s face as he tried to keep the hughe bus on the packed L.A. freeway. No wonder the remainder of Rooter Bus trips were cancelled after only two games. Basketball season starts in a few weeks. Our new team will need all the support possible. Since 10 of our basketball games are away, if the Rooter Buses ran it would be much easier to reach our opponents. If more people took the buses, the prices would decrease. So let s show that we can be responsible high school students and not use the Rooter Bus as a battleground for testing spitwads. S.G. Reroute the Rooter Buses!! Lunch time has become quite a problem on our campus. It seems that certain individuals have taken up the sport of food throwing. Friday of last week brought with it the worst show of immaturity in E.H.S. history. Everything from half-eaten apples to actual trays of food were thrown. The debris collected on the floor showed the respect some students have for their school. The problem was presented to Student Council and a solution was sought. It was agreed that since gaining attention seemed to be one of the reasons behind the animalistic tendencies of these students, the attention they demanded should be given to them. In order to do this, names were read over a special bulletin and these boys had their cafeteria privileges taken away for the rest of the semester. Many students were disturbed by the action taken in punishing these few students but what else could have been done to preserve the peace of the majority? T.S. Shops Use Team Teaching To Introduce Bask Skills The industrial arts department of Eisenhower, headed by Mr. A. Thompson, has pioneered a new and highly successful method of introducing junior-high boys to the vast programs of varied skills which make up the different I.A. courses. This new method of teaching, which is called team teaching, has been in use at Eisenhower for the past two years. The purpose of team teaching is to help all eighth grade boys explore the total program of industrial arts. Therefore, an Exploratory General Students Meet in Science Seminar The Science Seminar, a group of Eisenhower High School students who have a high interest and ability in science, has been organized on campus. Meetings are held saturday morning from 8:30 to 10:30 in rooms E-2 and E-5 at Eisenhower. The participants work on science projects in areas of their own interest, hold field trips, watch special films and science programs, and listen to guest speakers. Anyone with above average grade in science is eligible to join, and there are no dues. Interested students may contact Mr. Eagles or Mr. Siperstein for details. Student Council Minutes October 26, 1962 The meeting began at 9:05 in the student council room. The announcements were read and approved. EHS football team and spectators were rated 19 points by Bonita. The purchase orders were read and approved. The A.U.F. was discussed, and cans were left in all rooms. The Latin Club held a bake sale last Sunday. The Homecoming ceremonies cleared $ The meeting was adjourned so that Shop course is offered at Eisenhower, which consists of Exploratory Metal and Plastics, taught by Mr. Thompson; Exploratory Woodshop, taught by Mr. E. McKay; Exploratory Print Shop and Electricity, which is taught by Mr. J. Vidal; and Industrial Drawing under the tutelage of Mr. E. Cann. All students enrolled in the Exploratory General Shop course attend lectures and movies in the cafetorium two days each week, and then meet in their respective unit shop areas, where they apply the knowledge gained from the lectures. The students are assigned skill projects, thereby gaining use of all tools and equipment. Every nine weeks the classes are rotated, so that at the end of the year, each student has had nine weeks of each of the Exploratory courses. This team teaching has proved to be very helpful in aiding the boys to decide which branch, if any, of I.A. they would like to pursue. The idea behind team teaching has been accepted into all secondary school curriculum in the San Bernardino School District. the student council could take the A.U.F. cans around to the classes. October 29, 1962 The meeting began at 9:05 in the student council room. The announcements were read and approved. At the assembly this Friday, A.U.F. cans will be distributed for donations by the cheerleaders. This is the last day for this drive. The Constitution for German Club was approved and seconded. At the following football games the Star Spangled Banner will be played. It will be announced by Mr. Dollahan.

3 Page 3 THE EAGLE S EYE Wayne Louis is the proud owner of a 59 Chevrolet Impala, this issue s car of the week. Wayne s car is red and has a tube grille. It also has cheater pipes, another stylish feature of the season. The interior consists of black tuck and roll, radio, heater, and all the extras that come with the 59 Chevrolet Impala. His car looks sharp on a mild rake with 850x14 s on the back and 750x14 s on the front. Another feature the 59 has is moon hub caps. Originally it was fixed up for the drags but Wayne had the unfortunate experience of blowing up his engine at his last race, the car still has a Howard Girls League Plans Events The Girls League at Eisenhower High this year, has had a Big Sister, and Little Sister picnic. The girls have planned a bake sale which was held Saturday, October 27. The League plans to start a fundraising program from which a scholarship will be given to a Senior girl working in Girls League. EHS Girls League represents the girls of Eisenhower and promotes a better understanding between the girls and the faculty. Their meetings are being held every other Thursday night. WAYNE LEWIS PROUDLY DISPLAYS 59 CHEVY. KAR KORNER By Allen Richardson 4,000-pound racing clutch. The old engine was replaced with another (V8) with 348 cubic inches and has a 4-barrel carburetor. Even though Wayne won t be dragging for a while, he still has a car to be admired by many who see it parked at Eisenhower High. NROTC Offers College Plan The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps is offering a five year college course to senior high school boys who can qualify. All tuition, fees, books, and an annual retainer pay of $600 will be furnisher for four years. The fifth year will be at the expense of the student. Besides the college course, midshipmen in the regular NROTC will spend part of three summer cruises with various fleets and be given a planned course in natural science subjects. Applications are available from the U.S. Navy Recruiting Station or from Mrs. Dollahan. Deadline for the receipt is November 16, Applicants must be male, a citizen of the United States, and between the ages of seventeen and nineteen by the thirtieth of June, Art Dept. Plans Mural For the purpose of beautifying Eisenhower High School the advanced art class, introduction to art, and the ceramic classes under the direction of Mrs. Eshelmal are making a ceramic mural. The student body has appropriated the money for the marine plywood upon which the mural will be built. The mural will be put on the east side of the J building. CANS ON CAMPUS Attractively painted trash cans are now on campus for a specific purpose the disposal of papers. Eagles are asked to help support this campaign for a beatiful campus. Perhaps students have been wondering where the proof of the pudding or the campus has been hiding. The flag which was torn some time ago, is currently being repaired. A clean campus is, of course, something for students to be proud of. However, the custodians have said that they rightfully deserve the flag and the congratulations. If this is so, perhaps the student body should pay them tribute. Better yet everyone should drop their papers into the cans. Teach Me How to Cry The first school play of the year, Teach Me How to Cry, will be presented by the drama department on November 8 and 10 at 8 p.m. The two lead roles of Melinda Grant and Will Hendersen will be played by Donnal Milliken and Ricky Evans. Rickie Guimmond and Charlie Stark will play Will s parents, and Melinda s mother will be played by Janie Jones. The other members of the cast are: Pam Hooten, Steve Riley, Barbara Yorke, Connie Fagan, and Cheri Applebee. Tickets will be on sale soon, and may be purchased for 50 cents for students with ASB cards and for 65 without, and the price is 35 for children. Adult tickets cost 85 cents. Thespians and members of the cast will be selling tickets. The play will be directed by Mr. Hadsell and Janie Jones. Language Clubs Seek Members The four language clubs are looking for new members. The purpose of these clubs is to promote interest in the culture and civilization of the different countries. The French Club, sponsored by Miss Gilmetti, meets in I-3 during lunch. Prospective members must speak French. Club dues are 50 cents each semester. Ellen Langill is president. Peggy Rosenow is president of the German Club, sponsored by Mr. Van Grabow. The senior high section meets at 2:35 in F-7 on Tuesdays. Any student may join. The club has no dues. The Latin Club president is Toni La Scala and is sponsored by Mrs. Johnson. Meetings are held in I-6 at 2:35 every other Monday. The club is for Latin students only.

4 Page 4 THE EAGLE S EYE PLATTER PLAYUP NOTE: As a special monthly feature. Eagle s Eye plans to introduce recording stars and their newest albums. There s an easy way to tell when a singer is a success: the response of listening millions steadily increases and their enthusiasm reaches the highest degree of enjoyment. Ray Charles has passed this test, of course with flying colors, and the proof is in his new album, Modern Sounds In Country and Western Music, Vol. II. Possibly, his fantastic talents have escaped you. If so, put yourself down as a newcomer to the group of Charlesfans who, long ago, discovered the magic quality which some of us describe as true genius, some call talent, and a great many express as He s sure got it After listening to his memorable musical enpoyment, one can easily see why he is the idol of his contemporaries. The following songs are just a few of the many so admirably displayed in his new album: Midnight Don t Tell Me Your Troubles Making Believe Miss Ayres Plans Nov. 18 Wedding Miss Jaqueline Ayres, an American history teacher, recently announced plans for a November 18th wedding to Mr. Robert Kieser. The wedding will take place at the First Congregational church in Riverside. The couple will reside in Riverside after a honeymoon at Carmel and San Francisco. The wedding is being planned with an autumn theme. The matron of honor will be Mrs. V. Kuiper of the Eisenhower staff. Another Ike teacher, Miss Stautamoyer, will be bridesmaid. Miss Ayres is a history major from Bolivar, Missouri. Mr. Kieser, a graduate of U.C.R., is a native Californian who works for the state. S.C. Edison Offers Six Scholarships The Southern California Edison Company is offering six $4,000 scholarships to ehlp promising students reach their educational goals, and at the same time, to ease some of the financial pressures on private colleges. The scholarship is open to any senior wishing to attend a private university, or college, and living in one of the ten Edison Company districts. In additon a $3,000 grant will be given over a 4-year period to each of the 15 participating universities attended by the winner. Interested students may pick up a brochure explaining the scholarships in the vice principal s office. Seniors Selected For Office Work Seven Eisenhower senior girls have been selected from Miss Harkins second year shorthand and transcription classes to work in Rialto offices to gain experience. They will work one day a month from 8 o clock in the morning until 3 in the afternoon. The girls and the places they will work are: Joyce Police, Security First National Bank; Penny Nickle, Bank of America; (Continued on Page 5) EHS Students Place In Speech Contest Saturday, October 27, was the Fall Speech Festical at Valley College. Dixie Williams placed 2nd in the Novice Dramatic Interpretation Division, and Gail Yardwood placed fifth in Experienced Girl s Original Oratory. EHS thus scored to have 2 winners out of 800 contestants from eleven various school in the Citrus Belt Speech League. These students had been preparing for this event since the beginning of school, and are looking forward to many more speech contests GRADS ARE SEEN BUSY IN THEIR NEW ROLES Have you ever wondered what becomes of the Seniors once they leave Eisenhower? Well, we did! So we pulled out our infallible crystal ball, consulted our tea leaves and came up with the following inside stuff on what becomes of the Almighty Senior once he leaves school. First of all we found JOHN ADAMS, who was voted most likely to succeed, attending Pomona College, where he is taking a Science Major. John was a National Merit Scholarship winner. You ll remember DOROTHY BAXTER as our Head Cheerleader from last year. She is attending Valley College for a night school course in business and during the day she works at the Hall of Records here in Rialto. SAM CECIL is another one attending Valley and he is also taking a Business Administration Course. You can find him working at Harley s Sporting Goods Store in San Bernardino. Eisenhower s loss is Long Beach State s gain when it comes to JEFF CHILCOTT. Jeff, who is taking a Physical Education Course, is playing center/guard on State s football team. We were surprised to find CAROLE CUTLER, last year s Actress-of-the- Year, working, but Carole informs us that she plans to attend Pasadena Playhouse next year. She can currently be found working at Dale s Rexall Drug Store up on Highland Avenue and part-time at the Costume House in San Bernardino. DENNIS HANCOCK, our best dressed grad, is now attending the Pasadena Playhouse where he plans to become another Rock Hudson. DANNY ZANK is majoring in Police Science at Valey College and you can see his smiling face at Mrs. Moo s Dairy after school hours. GUY HOGLE, the A.S.B. President and Best All-Around grad of last year, can be heard humming the Air Force song at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado. Guy, who is on the football team there, will be home for a visit in July. Best of luck to Eisenhower s answer to Steve Canyon. Our crystal ball finds MARY ANNE VAUGHN, former drill-team colonel, attending Valley College where she is taking a course in art. JOLENE PAGE, a former pompon girl from Eisenhower joined the ranks of the many grads who trekked off to Valley. We find this busy girl working for her Bachelor s Degree by day and handling the Valley College switchboard by night. Jolene fills in her spare (?) time as a pom-pon girl. Our futurescope finds her her following in her father s footsteps as a teacher. (Continued on Page 6) WHEATON, ASB HEAD HAS VARIED INTERESTS Randy Wheaton, in addition to being Eisenhower s ASB president, has widely-varying interests and talents. He has an A- grade point average, and is taking a math-science major. He plans to further his education at the University of California at Berkeley. As ASB prexy, it is Randy s responsibility to preside at all presidential cabinet meetings, prepare the agenda for each cabinet meeting, and represents EHS whenever necessary. Randy plays offensive right tackle and defensive middle linebacker on the Eagle football team. He is a member of the Lettermen s Club, C.S.F., A.F.S. and the EHS math club. He was recently elected the best all-around boy student. He loves sports and collects old coins.

5 Page 5 THE EAGLE S EYE S O B O B A N S I N I T I AT E 3 0 N E W M E M B E R S Sobobans recently took in 30 new members at an intiation dinner at La Paloma. The new members each received a red rose and a long slender white candle. Sobobans is a girls club composed of Junior and senior girls who have high scholastic achievement and are community and school leaders. This club has been established for approximately 24 years at San Bernardino High School then came to Pacific High and finally to Eisenhower. The new members are: Janie Arnold, Caorl Baker, Karen Billingsley, Chris Cardiff, Michele Derrick, Cherrian Felicetta, Heather Ferrell, Margy Garland, Eileen Garrett, Debbie Hamre, Linda Hine, Vicky Hollister, Susie Hostetler, JoAnn Hughes, Jeri Johnson, Jackie Kaminski, Dru Kieffer, Susie Kingry, Cheryl Lamb, Sharon Lapioli, Maggie Meek, Loya Nolan, Pam Ollson, Calendar of Events November 2 to November 16 Nov. 2 Cross-country with Upland at EHS, 3:15 p.m. Bee football game at Upland, 3:15 p.m. Junior Class Stomp. Nov. 3 Varsity football game with Upland at Colton. 8:00 p.m. Nov. 5 Booster Board Meeting. JV football game at Upland, 3:15 p.m. Nov. 9 Varsity football game at Montclair, 8:00 p.m. Bee game with Montclair at EHS, 3:15 p.m. Crosscountry at Montclair. Nov. 12 Observing of Veterans Day. (School holiday.) Nov. 13 Cross-country with Corona at EHS, 3:15 p.m. Nov. 15 League meet crosscountry. Nov. 16 League meet cross-country. End of first quarter. Game with Corona, 8:00 p.m. Linda Rorabaugh, Donna Rudolph, Cheryl Smith, Rae Jeanne Smith, Carol Watson, Kathy Witkauckas, and Sue Wohlers.Sobobans have many activities planned in addition to the annual candy sale they are now sponsoring. Each girl must sell at least three boxes of the chocolate covered, caramel turtles. The next activity Sobobans have planned is the traditional Thanksgiving colection of baskets for families who cannot have a Thanksgiving dinner. The present officers are: President, Pam Ridgeway; Vice President, Judy Boeye; Treasurer, Mary Blair; Secretary, Denise Gaumont; Historian, Mary Jean Gubey; Welfare, Paulette Chmielewski; Devotional, Cheryl Brentham; Program, Tona Kreisch. U. C. to Hold Open House UCLA will hold its Campus Open House on Sunday November 4, from 1 to 5 p.m. The UCLA Alumni Association is sponsoring this event for students who have previously signed up. Classrooms, laboratories, libraries and recreation facilities will be available to those students interested. Dr. Franklin D. Murphy, Chancellor of UCLA will give the opening address at the Orientation activities. At this time students will be offered various sessions they may attend. These sessions will offer the student the opportunity to explore the fields of study he wishes. The campus will be at the service of its students for the day. Guides will be on hand to show the various interest spots. Information about registration, housing, student loans, scholarships and campus activities that will be available at the Student Union. S t o m p To T h e C a s c a d e s It s party time at Eisenhower High as the Class of 64 entertains with its first of four stomps or dances, rather tonight from 9:00 to 12:00. The local Cascades will provide the noise for this one. Originally, this evening s dance had been slated to follow Saturday s EHS - Upland clash at Colton. But competition with the Dick Dale boys wasn t appetizing: so the switch had to come. All future swing-dings will be post-game affairs. Though it s not official yet, the Torquays of Hello Dance fame will probably handle the November 16 shindig. That one and the next two during basketball season start as soon as the Alma Mater s been sung and will go until midnight. Special praise go to the Booster Club as co-sponsors for all four and especially to the parents who be playing the role of chaperone each time. And don t forget Mr. Earnest Hadsell, drama coach and English instructor, D AV I S C A M P U S P L A N S P R E V I E W who surrendered the cafeteria for the sake of the cause. He and his cast of Teach Me How to Cry had scheduled a rehearsal long in advance. Seniors (Continued from Page 4) Shirley Noch, Security First National Bank; Anna Marie Peters, California Electric Power Company; Charlotte Mosher, California Electric Power Company; and Cheryl Brenthan, B. F. Goodrich; Sherry Hanna, B. F. Goodrich. At the end of the year, the girls will receive a grade according to the rating scale submitted by their employer. On Saturday, November 17, the Davis campus of the University of California will hold its annual Preview Day to introduce prospective students to the University. Preview Day is an effort of the student body to enlighten future college students, their parents and advisers of the purpose, curricula, and facilities of the University. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. The program is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. A general assembly will open the day s program; information about the traditions and activities of the campus will be included. Details concerning admissions, scholarships, and housing will be explained. Outstanding features of the year s Preview Day are the tours which are to be conducted in the students respective fields of major interest. Following the tours, small discussion groups will be led by a faculty representative from each field. In a general meeting, a faculty spokesman from each of the major sections College of Agriculture, College of Engineering, College of Letters and Science, and the School of Veterinary Medicine will speak briefly. Residence hall tours will be conducted by student guides, and for the men, a tour of the fraternities will be offered. Parents, counselors, and teachers are cordially invited to attend the Preview Day program. Lunch will be available for $1. For further information concerning the day see the bulletin board in the Vice Principal s office.

6 Page 6 THE EAGLE S EYE Eagles Upland Battle S P O R T S UNBEATEN BEES HIT ROAD, GO AFTER NUMBER 14 Eisenhower s unsung miracle workers, Coach Walt Wohlers B footballers do battle with the explosive Highlanders at Upland in an afternoon clash. Kickoff is at 3:15. A week ago, Claremont s puppypack came close before falling 12-7 on the strength of a three yard plunge by Carl Gunn and a timely 75-yard kickoff return by soph Allan Schultz. That wrapped up the scoring as booting specialist Larry Leppard someone the varsity could use had one PAT attempt blocked and sent the other wide. Those Bees seem to make a habit of running back kickoffs all the way. A week earlier Donnie Ellenburg went up the middle eighty yards, one of three six-pointers he got that day in a 38-7 rout. Following an old tradition, one only the Almighty understands, Eisenhower s winningest team gets about as much recognition as the school s champion basket-weavers. This is the first article about the squad since mid- September. And don t forget Coach Dick King, defensive boss and head baseball mentor in the spring. His boys have been little short of spectacular all season. Sophs Paul Brown, Steve Riley and Greg Furnace and Schultz plus a half-dozen others have been outstanding. Happily, the early season loss of Don Campbell quite a jolt at the time has been well overcome. Another tenth grader, Mike Minton, has been guiding the white-hot offensive the way John Blair did a year ago. Wolf Pack Blank Eagles 14-0 Eisenhower s travel-sore Eagles in danger of a losing season for the first time in their grid history dropped another bad one 1-0 at title bound Claremont. After a scoreless first half, in which both sides went up and down, all over the field, two unexpected bombs broke the game apart, an 80-yard Scott Conner to Bob Jones pass, and a 27 yard end sweep. In the afternoon preliminary, Coach Walt Wohler s defending co-champion Bees knocked off the unbeaten Wolfpack in route to their 13th straight triumph, Eisenhower followers screamed their approval and moaned in despair during that initial, pointless pair of quarters Boyce Gire, took the opening kickoff 40 yards up the middle and was a missed a block away from a TD. Then Claremont took over on downs and drive to the Ike 7 where the Bandits from Rialto took over. A couple of plungers brought it inside the down before Claremont took over the downs. It was that kind of night. However, Tom Gallavan was his usual Upland and Eisenhower, two teams with nowhere to go but up clash Saturday in the battle of the basement, with the Highlanders holding the more impressive credentials after a 21-0 victory over Rubidoux. The Eagles, although coming out on the wrong end of a 14-0 score, put a better-than-average ground game on display last week, and only a couple of plays took the gloss off a creditable defensive stand. The play that everyone is still talking about was John Blair s shoestring tackle of Wolfpack halfback Bill Snelson, Blair seemed to come out of nowhere to stop the 49 yard gallop on the Eagle 27. Another bright spot has been the comeback of Van Dunlap. Van suffered some internal injuries at Colton and it was doubtful if he would be back before the end of the season. Upland has also been employing a running game with some success. Scott Cameron and pint-sized halfback Dave Herculean self. On one play, an Eagle punt, he was the first one downfield, slipped, got up, was knocked down again, but still made the tackle. Solji supply most of the power. But with neither team having anything to lose, it could go either way. 62 Grads (Continued from Page 4) JIM SOREN, one of our star basketball players from last year, is also attending Valley. A Commercial Course fills his time and naturally he s gone out for basketball. A gal who d love to have some visitors is Eisenhower s Most Spirited, KATHY EATON, one of our Varsity Cheerleaders from last year. This congenial girl is attending U.C.L.A. where she is living at Sproul Hall and taking a course in Political Science. Beautiful Best Dressed, ELLEN HILL, our Homecoming Queen of last year s football season, is now working in Del Rosa at a dry cleaning store. Her aim is to make lots of money and in the future we see her doing just that! C O N N I E B L A I R, v o t e d M o s t Attractive, is attending Valley for a course in Elementary Education. She ll make a mighty pretty school marm! (Continued next issue) KEN HELDT takes a John Blair pass for a short gain but a first down. Picture by Charles Smith.

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