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R. O. T. C.
Capt. J. P. Adams, U. S. A., Commandant of Cadets
Sergeant J. W. GIBLIN
Sergeant S. SORENSEN
Ida May ALLEN
Bruce WALE, President
Marion BRUNE and Edwin ADDICOTT, vice presidents
Gus HOFFMAN, secretary-treasurer
A. L. JORDAN, banker
Dr. Ernest FISCHER
F. Graham HASTY
Recently entered Stanford:
Bob VERMILYA, Phil RAINEY, Dave PAINTER, Sidney ROBBINS and Ted BULOTTI.
Raymond FARLEY gets his paralegal degree this spring.
Cranston HOLMA is still playing tennis...
Jimmy McDOUGALL is doing his stuff on the track.
Ruth JORDAN and Bernice WINDT are giving good accounts of themselves.
William KEIL, June '24, has distinguished himself...by winning one of the Kraft prizes...
...at San Mateo Junior College. Among these are Joseph CATANICH '22, Claire LAUGENOUR ex-'24,
Olin BERRY '24, Frank WULZEN '24, and Edward LITTLE '24.
William YUVAN '24 and Charles PACKER '23 are at St. Mary's;
...Pierce STOCKTON '24 and "Squints' GARNUCCI are at Santa Clara along
with "Moose" FAWKE and "Jap" TOSO.
Thomas BUCKMAN is a junior at St. Ignatius Law School.
Benjamin DUBINSKY '21 recently finished his dental course at the College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Walter SCHWARTZ works for the Anglo-London Bank;
Sherman McGAHEY and Edward SANFORD for the Anglo-California;
Richard LEWSON for the Bank of California;
and Edward MOORE for the Federal Reserver Bank.
Vincent BROWN and Roy HUGHES work for the Telephone Company.
Frank HILLS, Jake SMELENSKY, Carl KELLER, Ellis JOHNSON, and Henry DICKENS...
with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
Kenneth MAY '19 is now a prosperous stock and bond salesman...
Lee EISAN is also with a bond house...
Eddy HENSHAW, June '18, is in the engineering department of the Standard Oil,
and also plays a wild piano occasionally at a dance.
Clarence DULFER and Stephen NAGY are "mates" working for the Dollar Line.
James HYDE...is now a professional artist and decorator.
Jack REZNICK plays the violin in the Max Dolin's orchestra;
Sam RODETSKY is at the piano at Dolin's...
Ray GORMAN may be heard playing the sax with the Avalon Orchestra...
Roberto ESCAMILLA plays in the Palace Hotel Orchestra and attends California.
Reginald KRIEGER is another industrious youth who plays profesionally and goes to California...best trumpet player...
Virginia WATT has completed her course at Western State Teacher's College,
Marion BRUNE '22 attends the San Francisco State Teachers' College, as do
Edith BOGE, Gertrude GIESEN, Helen GROWNEY, Constance WISEWELL, Angela BUTTERWORTH, and
Elva LaRUE, all of '24.
Mabel WILES is now a full-fledged art teacher...
Lillian Christiansen has been teaching in Richmond...
Elsie SCHULTZ is a pupil at MIller's and Helen BERG at Healds'
Ruth DYKES and Mary Louise FOWLER toil daily at the Western Pacific,
and Dorothy COHELAN '23 works for the Market Street Railways.
Jack FRISCH, Raymond BERTRAND, John TROLLMAN, Fred LINDGREN work for their
respective dads, and Lloyd CHRISTIE '33 works for his brother.
Jack PUCCINELLI '24 is in real estate...Jack RHODES is with Sterling Furniture Co.
Up "on the hill" are Harry GARCIA, Walter FRANKLIN, Arnold CIUCCI;
the first is studying denistry, the last two, pharmacy.
Gladys POSCH '24 was married in April...Dorothy DOUGLAS '19. . .and Harold UTSCHIG '19. . .are now married.
Claire GREENOUGH '24 is married to William HOCKING '20.
Grace WINTER, Agnes PAPE, and Elva JOHNSON have recently marched up the aisle
to the tune of the Lohengrin Wedding March.
...announced their engagements are Vera PETERSEN [to Dr. Russell CLINKENBEARD]
and Virginia WOLTER [to Dr. Wilbert THOMAS]...
Readers of the Call may not have known that the prize baby belonged to Vernon HOLT '19.
The three students who rank highest in the College of Commerce at U. C. are all Poly boys:
Bernard GREENSFELDER, John SERMATTEI, and Emil HANSEN.
...notables of Class of December '24...Phil RAINEY...entered Stanford in April;
George FRAHM...is now working but expects to enter California in August;
Mabel BENNETT...is assistant hostess of the French Room at Magnin's;
Al HILDERBRAND...is going to Lessman's Business College;
George YBARETTA...is working for the Southern Pacific at Sacate;
Ivor PROUT...is working for his father;
Bob VERMILYA...entered Stanford in January.
Rudolph AEHNLICH...is coaching swimming at the Y. M. C. A.