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Publication Date: 1931
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FACULTY


HELEN CURRIER BAKER
Minnesota
A. B., University of Minnesota
Supervision of Music



C. S. CARSON
Ohio
A. B., University of Michigan
A. M., Harvard University
Spanish



ROGER COLLINGE
Wisconsin
A. B., Lawrence College-
Eniiglsh and Geoyfaphiy


OLGA J. FROST
Canal Zone
A. B., Mount St. Vincent-on-the-Hudson
Spanish and French



IDA O. ERICKSON
Wisconsin
Teachers' College, River F.alls. Wisconsin
Assistant Principal




MILDRED M. DAVIS
California
A. B., Colorado State Teachers' College
Commercial Subjects












BEATRICE S. (;ARDINER
New York
B. S., A. M., Teaclers' Collhfe,
Columbia University
Superz.lston of Art





HENRY J. GRIESEIl
New York
Teachers' College, Columbia University
Swimming Instruction


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H. GRONDE
Texas
IJ erxas A ,and Nl. College
Baylur UI'l'ersitl, Texas
A. B., Sul Ross State Teachers' College, Texas
University of Texas
Chemistry, Physics, Algebra





LOUISE HANNA
Kentucky
New Haven School of Physical Tilaining
Phliyical Education for Girls





C. B. HODGES
Texas
A B., North Tpas State Tuachers' College
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Hi'sery





E. M. KRULIBACII
Missuouri
A. B., University of Kansas
Eiiglish


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Cornell College
B. S., Iowa State College
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University of C('li...-
Sciences



GLEN R. LEE
Iowa
A. B.. \\'e.l.y.in College
Geometry





H. T. LEISEY
Nebraska
A. B., University of Nebraska
Morningside C'ollu, Iowa
Notre Dame Coaching School
Physical Training for Boys






G. C. LOCKERIDGE
Iowa
A. B., Iowa We-let,yan
University of Illinois
Phiticnl Traininq





ALICE PARSONS
Alabama
A. B., Vanderbilt University
University of Alabama
Latin and Hisltory





ELINOH D. ROBSON
Iowa
A. B., A. M., Iowa State University
Spanish and Enghish












ESTHER C. SAMS
Maryland
B. S., Hood College
A. M., Teachers' College, Columbia Univel-Lty
Household Arts


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GEORGE WARDLAW
South Carolina
A. B., Erskine College
A. M University of South Carolina
Mathematics


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H. G. SPALDING
Vermont
B. S., Univ rsity of Vermont
A. M. Teachers' College. Columbia University


MYRTLE M. WHALEY
Washington
A. B., University of Washington
English


VERNA STEEN
Minnesota
Macalester College
Rasmussen Business College
Commercial Subjects


H. J. ZIERTEN
Minnesota
B. S., Bradley Institute of Technology
Mechanical Drawing


IMPOSSIBLE

Mr. Spalding not on the war-path
Mr. Collinge praising a freshman.
Mr. Gronde not wearing his sombrero.
Mr. G. 0. Lee not saying "for old Balboa High."
Mr. G. R. Lee without, his golf clubs.
Mr. Carson getting collegiate.
Mr. Hodges without his chariot.
Mr. Zierten playing ping-pong.
Miss Parsons not dealing out 995's.
Miss Whaley jumping rope.
Miss Steen giving "A's" to her classes.
Miss Davis having a date with a freshman.
Miss Gardiner making "FLIT" signs.
Miss Wardlaw without her Southern accent.
Mrs. Sams growing up.
Mrs. Krunibach selling Austins.
Miss Erickson not working hard.
Miss Robson instructor of a baby clinic.
Mrs. Baker singing Jazz.
Miss Frost dancing the Charleston.


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FAREWELL
Tune: "In the Good Old Summer Time "


Farewell, dear high school lda%.
The days of all our fun,
And golden memories left behind
By the Cla., of '31.
We'll show our earnest love for thee,
For the years gone rolling by;
So once again we bid to thee,
Farewell, dear Balboa High.





Motto .............. Post Proelium Praemium
Flower ............. While Tea Rose
Mascot ............. Deer
Colors ...............Purple and White








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CLASS OFFICERS
President ................. Alexander Macdonell
Vice-President ..........Joyce Haldeman
Secretary.................Catherine Woodard
Treasurer.................Elizabeth Hirsh






WE'VE STILL THE MEMORY


How fly the months! Come restful days once more.
'Neath tropic skies another June has sped.
The final bell has sounded; school is o'er,
And now at last our joyous crowd has fled,
Never to meet again. For in the fall
When roll is called once more, how many a face,
Familiar, will be gone from study hall
And class, a new one there to take its place.
But hasten, Seniors all! 'Tis time to sail,
Each in the ship he's made and, making, spent
These years past. May it weather many a gale
With spars unbroken, snowy sails unrent.
Classmates, good-bye. Though other Junes will see
Us far apart, we've still the memory.


EDGAR THOMPSON.








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ALEXANDER JAMES MACDONELL
Pennsylvania
"A better man for leadership
can nowhere elsa be found."
President 3u '31
Vice-President '28, '29
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31
F'.'i.baill '30
Citamard '31
Press Club '31
Parrakeet '31
Zonian '31
Basketball '31

JOYCE CATHERINE IIAI DIFMAN
Canal Zone
"Grace was in all her steps, heaven in her eyes;
In every gesture, a u.z r ',I and iore."
Vice-President '31
Glee Club '28, '29
Swimming '';; .u. '31
Athletic Council '31
Latin Club '31
Tennis '31
"Lelawala" '28

MARY CATHERINE WOODARD
Canal Zone
"Who knows her smile has I, trjw a
perfect thing."
Secretary '31
Glee Club '27, '28
Swimming '27
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"All at Sea" '29
Press Club '31
Zonian '30, '31
Parrakeet '30, '31


ROSE ELIZABETH HIRSH
Canal Zone
"So .'II to know
Her oron, that what she ,.". to do or say,
Seems wisest, virtuousest, discreetest, best."
Treasurer 3i1. '31
S L. ,. I.i. '28
Sv'.iLmiinx 2- '28
Track '28
SilIl'. I Club '30


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Illinois
"If eyes were made for seeing
SThen beauty is its own excuse for being."
uLIp per Club '28, '29. '30, '31
Bowling '29
Baseball '29
"Lelawala" '29
"Charm School" '30
Parrakeet '31
Press Club '31
IM ft Ci't.Cmmarsl '31
Glee Club '28, '29
"All at Sea" '29

S -FMREDERICK B. BANAN, Jr.
Massachusetts
fo "Wi d"t he had, and to his wisdom, courage."
SDavenport High School, Iowa, '28, '29
Lawrence High School, Mass. '29
Viet--President '27
7-6lani6 d '31
tl tamlard '31
Ch14.ss Club '31
Ph'sic:'.-Chemistry Club '31
Debating Club '31
Track '31


MARGARET ELIZABETH BEVERLEY
Canal Zone
"I am nothing if not sincere."
Zonian '30
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31
Parrakeet '30, '31
Citamard '31
Press Club '31
Golf '31



UJUAN DE GRACIA
M REpublic of Panama
k*/Tlia1 tower of strength
i Whwh stood four-square to all the winds
S_. that blew."
SSoccer '28, '29, '30
Track '29, '30, '31
Basketball '30, '31








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Canal Zone
"Cut so fair,
She takes the breath of men away
Who gaze upon her unaware."
Supper Club '28, '29
Glee Club '28
"Lelawala" '28
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31
Citamard '31
Librarian '31


KENNETH LEE FORREST
Virginia
"My only books were woman's looks,
And folly's all thcy'le taught we."
Glee Club '28, '29, '31
"Lelawala" '28
"All at Sea" '29
Orchestra '31
Baseball '30, '31
Athletic Council '31



RUTH LILLIAN BOYD
Canal Zone
"Still constant is a wondrous excellence."
Glee Club '28, '29, '30
"Lelawala" '28
"All at Sea" '29
Citamard '31
Debating Club '31





HARRY M. GAEB
Canal Zone
"Ifis cares are now all ended."
"All at Sea" '29
Glee Club '29


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Zon an '31





51 ELMAER JOFfN HACK
WI v Jtirey
S"La' r'c was h.!f bounty and his soul sincere."
(.ii'... Club '28, '29
'L, :. .'._' la' '28
'1 ",\ 1Ai :,t S .-" '29
Citamard '31







PEARL ELLA BROWN
-New Jersey
O "She that was ever fair and never proud.
Had tongue at ill and yet was never loud."
SSupp'.- Club '28, '29, '30, '31
Press Club '31



JOHN RANDOLPH HALL, Jr.
Missouri
S -Statcly and tall he moves in the hall
The chief of a thousand for words."
Maplewood High School,
Missouri '28 '29
Parrakeet '31
Zonian '30, '31
Citamard '31
"And Home Come Tzd" '31
"Charm School" '30
Press Club '31
Physics-Chemistry Club '31
Dbhatlii, Club '31
Basketball '31









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Canal Zone
"There is more in me than you understandeth."
SupIp i Club '28, '29, 311 '31
Parrakeet '31
Zonian '31
Spanish Club '31
Press Club '31






GEORGE WILLIAM HILBERT
Canal Zone
T',,,;i.O,, is deeper than all speechl"
Soccer '29
Track '29, '31
Basketball '31





VIA MAE DEMUTH
Louisiana
"A kind and gentle heart she had,
To comfort friends and foes."
Vice-President '28
Supper Club '30, '31
Parrake t '31
Track '28


MANNER BLANCHARD HUFF
Canal Zone
"For men may come and men nmay go
But I go on forever."
Band '28
Orchestra '30, '31
Zonian '31
Press Club '31
Baseball '31
"And Home Came Ted" '31
"The Charm School" '30
Track '31
Handball '30, '31
Ba. .!;: i- ., ll '31


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MARIE GENNETTE FENTON
Pt(nn'aylvania
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful
countenance."
Glee Club '28, '30
"Lelawala" '28
Suippir Club '28, '29, '30
Press Club '31



DOUGLAS SUTHERLAND JOHNSTON
Canal Zone
"It seems for bhnincss he was meant
'Twas in his path where 'er he went."
Class Secretary '28, '29, '30
Zonian '30, '31
PuirTakt-t. '31
Press Club '31
Physics-Chemistry Club '31
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31


SERMA ELIZABETH GRAHAM
Canal Zone
"An Angel' or, if not
An earthly paragon-
So melancholy she seems."
Glee Club '28. '29
"Lelawala" '28
"All at Sea" '29



GLEN ALLISON KIRKPATRICK
/ Canal Zone
S "My object is sublime;
S I shall achieve in time."
n "Lelawala" '28
"All at Sea" '29
Glee Club '28
Zonian '30, '31
Press Club '31
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31


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ELENA FRANCES HARTZELL
Bolivia
"The voice is thine who goes before
To make the paths of life more beautiful."
Hyde Park Branch, Illinois '28
Concepcion College, Chile '29
Supper Club '31
Parrakeet '31
Press Club '31


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JULIO MARIO LAPEIRA
Canal Zone
"An honest man is the noblest work of u't."
Basketball '29, '31
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31


JENNIE GEDDES JOHANNES
Canal Zone
"It is no matter what you do
If your heart be only true."
Supper Club '29
Glee Club '28






EDWARD LLOYD LOWE
Panama
"How forceful are right words."
Track '27, '28, '29, '31
Soccer '27, '28, '29


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MARY LOUISE JONES
Kansas
"God sent his fingers upon the earth
With songs of sadness and of mirth."
i''t ..-ti n. it College, Utah "': '29
"Charm School" '30
"And Homu CI- (i '31
Citamard 31 ,


ALVIN KENNETH MAIERS
Pennsylvania
"All the world's a circus
And Life is just of smiles."
Glee Club '28
Band '29
"Lelawala" '28
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31
Physics-Chemistry Club '31
Citamard '31
Football '30
Zonian '31
Press Club '31
Vice-President '30
GRACE ELEANOR LAWYER
New York
"She was full of grace, force and fascination."
Track '28
Swimming '28, '29
Tennis '28
"All at Sea" '29
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31
Ril'r, Down the Sky" '31
Parrakeet '31
Zonian '31
Press Club '31
Citamard '31
Glee Club '29, '30, '31
VINCENT CHARLES MARCY
District of Columbia
"Oh-he sits high in people's hearts."
"All at Sea" '29
"And Home Came Ted" '31
"Riding Down the Sky" '31
Glee Club '29, '30, '31
Zonian '30. '31
Citamard '31
Band '28
Sv. inmmiril '27, '28
Track '27, '31








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MIRAFLORES EDNA LOCKWOOD
Canal Zone
"Better by far you should forget and smile
Than that you should remember and be sad."
Supper Club '26, '27
Bowling Team '26
Press Club '31
Parrakeet '31


ROBERT R. MESSER
New York
"Honor lies in honest toIt"
Football '30
Golf '31
Band '29
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31




IDA ALBERTA MEAD
New Jersey
l"Whlen she passed it seemed like
The ceaihlq of exquisite music."
Girl Reserves '26, '27, '28, '30
Press Club '31
Zuni:an '31




JOHN A. MORALES
Canal Zone
The world knows nothing of its greatest men."
Glee Club '28
Press Club '31
Citamard '31
Debating Club '30, '31
"And Home Came Ted" '31


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DURIS CATHERINE MURRAY
New York
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Supper Club '30





A. RALPH MONACO
District of Columbia
S' "'Who smiles with an intent to do mischief."
SGlee Club '28
"Lelawala" '28
Chess Club '31
Physics-Chemistry Club '31
Debating Club '31
Latin Play '30
"The Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31



DORIS LUCILLE NOLAN
Canal Zone
l "Whatever she did was done with so
much care
In her alone 'twas natural to please."
"Lelawala" '28
Supper Club '28, '29, '30, '31
Spanish Club '31
Press Club '31





MARCEL PENSO
SDutch West Indies
"That man that hath a tongue, I say
is no man,
If he cannot win a woman."
Spanish Club '31
Tennis '30, '31
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OPHELIA DOLORES OLLER
Panama
"Here comes the lady! O, so light a foot
Would ne'er wear out the everlasting flint."
Supper Club '29, '30
Press Club '31
Spanish Club '31
Pail .,l:ve '31





SIDNEY WILLIAM PETERSON
New York
"Of the mildest manners
And the cgntlest heart."
Emory University Academy,
Georgia '28, '29, '30




MARIA O'DONNELL
Pennsylvania


"I will write the cranpocl-poem of
comrades and love."
Supper Club '31
Press Club '31
Citamard '31
Parrakeet '31


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VINCENT W. REYNOLDS
Massachusetts
"A princelier looking man
Never stepped thro' a prince's hall."
"The Charm School' '30
"And Home Came Ted" '31
Citamard '31
Debating Club '31
Orchestra '31
Band '28
Basketball '31
Soccer '29. '30


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ELIZABETH REBECCA PARKER
Canal Zone
"From her shall read the perfect ways
of honor."
"Charm School" '30
Parrakeet '31
Latin Club '30
Press Club '31
Citamard '31




VICTOR L. SANGER
Canal Zone
"Nothinq is impossible to a willing heart."
Glee Club '28
"Lelawala" '28
Press Club '31
Parrakeet '31
Zonian '31





MARY EVELYN PERRY
Texas
"Her love was like the sweetened air."
Parrakeet '31
Press Club '31
Supper Club '29, '30, '31


BLISS C. SHRAPNEL
New York
"Content to let the world wag on as it will."
Orchestra '28, '29
Chemistry Club '30
Physics-Chemistry Club '31


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JANET POTTER
Canal Zone
"And bloide.s. what more could one ask for?"
Supper Club '29, '30, '31





EDGAR HALL THOMPSON. Jr.
Ohio
"He thought as a sage. but he felt as a man."
Wlnthrop J. H. S., Massachusetts '28
Rogers H. S., R. I. '29 .
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SARAH REYNOLDS
Canal Zone
"Well may your hearts believe the truth I tell;
'Tis virtue makes the bliss where'er we dwell."
Supper Club '30, '31
Debating Club '31
Press Club '31
Parrakeet '31




LESTER VAN VALKENBURGT I~
Canal Zone _
"Who mixed reason ,ithz pleasure
And wisdom with mirth."
Press Club '31
Physics-Chemistry Club '31


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Canal Zone
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PUTNAM RAND WARWICK
- New Jersey
"He was a man; t'o! him all for all
I shail not look on 1his like again."
BaskEtball '31
Baseball '31
Mission H. S., Cili fi mia '30




Canal Zone
"As jull;t as the day is long."
Glee Club '28
"Lelawala" '28
"The Charm School" '30
: B "And Home Came Ted" '31
Press Club '31
Citamard '31
Zonian '31
S---Parrakeet '31
-iipip.r Club '28, '29. '30, '31




Ohio
"He trudg'd along unknowing what he sought
SAnd whistled as he went, for want of thought."
Grandview Heights H. S.,
Ohio '27, '28 '29, '30
SBasketball '31


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ALICE ESTHER WESTMAN
Kansas
"She is pretty to walk with,
And witty to talk with,
And pleasant, too, to think on."
Supper Cl'hb .1.
"Charm School" '30
"And Home Came Tsd" '31
Press Club '31
('l'I in Ii '31
Zonian '31


FRANKLIN YATES
Canal Zone '
"With books and studies he is at ease,"
Press Club '31
Citamard '31
"And Home Came Ted" '31


CLARE ELIZABETH WYLE
New York
"Her voice was ever soft
Gentle and low-an excellent thing in woman."
Press Club '31
luplj, I' Club '30, '31


JAMES BARNETT LE\V'IS
Canal Zone
"lf she undervalue me
What care I how fair she be."
Glee Club '28, '29
"Lelawala" '28
"All at Sea" '29
GOll '31


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New Jersey
"She looks as clear as morning
Newly washed with dew."
Gle Club '30
Supper Club '29





EDWIN ANDREW MALONE
Indiana
"That which men are fit for I am quiatlit'd in
And the best of me is dipjclce"
Crafton H. S., Pittsburgh '29
Glee Club '28
Press Club '31
Chess Club '31
"Lelawala" '28
Zonian '31


KATHRYN VIRGINIA WINE
Florida
"With a smile that glowed
Celestial rosy red, love's proper hue."
Newport News H. S., Virginia
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Of That Time When 'Neath Tropic Skies Many a
June has Sped.




Good evening ladies and gentlemen of Radioland. This is John Randy Hall speaking
to you from BHS, Panama, "Down Where the Wets Begin." During the next few minutes we
will glance hastily through the evening edition of the Tropical Teaser, Glen Kirkpatrick,
editor. Incidentally, folks, this is the third anniversary of the beginning of my broadcasting
career, and .... .Well, well! What do you know about that! Already the cables are be-
ginning to pour in. Here's Alex 1Wilson with the first batch. I thank you, folks, from the bot-
tom of my heart. It does me good to think that all you thousands of people out there in the
corners of the world All right, Marie!

Sorry, folks. Miss Fenton has just reminded me that this is a news broadcast. And
she's right; she's always right.

Well, what do we see here on the front page of the Teaser? "Deer and Buzzard Cause
War of 1931, says Maria O'Donnell, Ph.D." "First Five are Hardest, Says Kenneth Forrest,
Embarking on Sixth Matrimonial Venture." "Lapeira Congressional Speeches Lauded by Com-
mon people." And here's something on the latest Panamanian revolution: "According to Pre-
sident Morales, the new regime will make every effort to meet the demands of Chiriqui cof-
fee-growers." Here's a story by Lily Wyle describing the contest in which she won the title
"Miss America." And over here: "Desperado Still at Large. DeGracia, Slayer of Five, Thought
to be Roaming the Wilds of Taboguilla. Sheriff Hack Confident of Early Capture."

Now we turn to the second news page of the Teaser and find that Ralph Monaco and
Douglas Johnston of the International Insurance Company are predicting an early return to
prosperity. George Hilbert has been named district judge for the Canal Zone. Recently
organized by the Misses Brown and Sandberg on the principle of iltecn minutes a day for
shorthand and fifteen seconds for history, the Cristobal School of Leisure has passed its
most successful year. Recent bar admissions include Vincent Reynolds. Here's a story of Alice
Boyd, "How I Broke the Endurance Flying Record." It seems that Miss Boyd attributes her
success to the unswerving support of her friends in aviation. And, folks, here's the latest on
the Alln-laiers divorce case. "Defendant Swoons when Faced with 'Ducky-Wucky' Letters."
Latest bulletins on the New York-to-Greenland swim announce that Ed Malone, Teaser re-
porter, has forfeited his position in the race by resting on an iceberg enroute. "Water too
cold," is the reason given for failure.

Turning to the sports page we see that the Catalina Island swim has been won by
Elizabeth Hirsh. Here are some of the headlines on this page: "Throwing Erasers Paved
Way to Ping-Pong Championship. Says Messer." "Pee-Wee Golf Menace to Health. Dr.
Bliss Shrapnel Condemns Sport on Grounds of Nerve-Strain." "Penso Has Run Last Hundred
He Announces. Bulk and Speed Tax the Heart." "Warwick Named New Manager of Phdiles "

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cablegrams. To thini; that your affection for me is-Yx'S, Mari-. of course. I forgot myself
again.

Here in the book section is Doris Nolan's review of the new Yates dictii'onary. "Sixty-
cent words," she says, "are. rming back into style. Soon even the smaller children will be
saying 'appendectomy' without stammering." Miss Nolan, in another article, recommends
"Ten Eas:, Lessons on How to Blow Smoke-Ring.s by Janet Potter, as the cream of the best-
seller list.

Today's "Affairs of the Heart" column features notes. Betty Parker advises, with an
understanding only she posse-..... "Girls should always remember that the lady-like thing to
do is to refrain so far as possible from annoying inteli '.'nin students when a note is to be
passed A colored boy. she says, may be had for a small fee, and he will deliver the billet
with greater eclat.

And here's some interesting theatrical news in toiicht _I pnpier Lopez and Banan have
announced a merger of their great orchestras. Hereafter. the combined groups will be billed
as Banan's. Some of you will remember the song made famous by the latter conductor some
years ago, "Yes, We Have None." I see that the Six Little Westmans are showing at the Cen-
tral. Miss Westman, you will recall, added considerable spice to theatrical news early in the
decade by establishing legal right to appear under her own name, claiming that Pefferkorn
was a poor attraction on the bills. And at the Biltmore is "O Love Divine" with Alex Mac-
donell. You'll find a review by Doris Murray here on the theatrical page. Miss Murray says.
"Feminine gasps all but ruined the show at the Biltmore last night. Macdonell was at his
smoothest best."

Here on the society page is a picture of Catherine Hunter entitled. "Back from Paris
Honeymoon."

Now, turning to the woman's page, we find a feature article captioned "Feminine Influ-
ence in Affairs Recognized by Famous Lawyer. Maenner Huff Claims Much of His Success
Due to His Secretary, Miss Erma Graham." Here's an announcement by the woman's page
editor that a series of articles by Flores Lockwood will begin tomorrow, entitled, "Ruth
Boyd: An American Woman's Missionary Adventures among the Asiatics." Here are the de-
signs of several Hollywood homes, by Elena Hartzell. And in the Women in Business section
we learn of the Liliacs Beauty Shop. featurinEg [ie famous Beverley Auburn Tresses treatment
that has proved so popular. And here's a good one, folks, in the same section: "Novelty Shop
in Timbuctoo is no Novelty to Miss Kathryn Wine, Amazing American Business Woman."

And here at last is the picture section showing a gioup of interesting people. This
picture shows the two headliners, Mary Louise Jones and Evelyn Perry, in the lobby of Pana-
ma's "Broadway." with the head usher, Edgar Thompson, looking admiringly on. Here's one
entitled "Comfort," showing Champion Van Valke,nburg atop the flagpole of Balboa High
School. "M. Harry Gaeb, ParisLan designer, seems jolly aboard the Ile de France with two of
his mannequins, Mademoiselles Sundquist and Clare Wyl6." This one's entitled, "Julia Ann
Bratton, the Girl Who Rode with the Prince of Wales." "Back from Panama" is the caption
under this picture, which shows Seaman Peterson's blond head framed in a porthole. This
group of three. Victor Sanger, Ethel Byrne, and Via Mae Demuth, is entitled "Butter-and-Egg
Man Sends Secretaries to Europe." Over here: "Miss Sue Reynolds. New President of the
National Education Association." And some smaller pictures: "Miss Johannes-Thwarts Re-







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form School Break," "James Lewis-Breaks Bank at Monte Carlo," "Alberta Mcad-Champin
Typist," "Joyce Haldeman-She Swims the Black Sea," "Ophelia Oiler-Lottery Winner Cruises
in Mediterranean."

An interesting issue, folks. But now my time's up. Thank you again for those wonder-
ful, WONDERFUL expressions of your regard, and-uh-now Mr. Edward Lowe will entertain
you with a whistling solo, "Those Assembly Blues."

By the way, Mr. Vincent Marcy-fine fellow, Vince!-has invited your announcer to
spend a few days at his estate in the San Blas region. But I'll be back on the air Saturday.
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TO HAVE AND TO HOLD

The Seniors Grown Generous




Wt the S.nior Class of 1931, being almost unanimously in zur right minds and being
about to end the fitful fever of high school life by graduation, do graJnt. b_.qut.a.lf and con-
vey to parties hereafter to be named, our pi 'pcitly as follows:
ARTICLE I. To the junior class we hereby leave the sum of one dollar, for the btpnetil
of their class treasury; as well as the good will of our professors which we have so justly
earned by the various methods of struggle, candy, and cigars.
ARTICLE II. To the sophomore class we do hereby bequeath the freshman girls, with
tacit admonitions as to the use of said property.
ARTICLE III. Ever generous, we do bequeath, grant, and convey unto the verdant fresh-
men the glorious memory of our valiant deeds and achievements, as an ideal ie'igiously to
be followed.
ARTICLE IV. Having become liable as a body, as stated above, we now assume per-
sonal r -pon-ibiili for the disposal of those virtues for which we are individually famed:
I, Alex Macdonell, do bequeath to James Booth my unsuccessful efforts to squelch the
insurgent party in class meetings.
I, Dorothy Allen, leave unto Loretta Wrightson my line of baby talk.
I, Franklin Yates, do bequeath unto Gladys Booth my ability to solve the most difficult
of problems.
I, Elizabeth Beverley, bequeath unto Frances Friday my ability to portray old maids in
class plays, and do bequeath unto Lola Boyd my titian hair.
I, Lilly Wyle, do bequeath unto Marie Herring my "permanent."
We, Fred Banan and Joyce Haldeman, bt-qteath unto Louis Everson and Sally Hall that
romance we've always read of.
I, Grace Lawyer, bequeath "our" Ford to Bill Walston and Hedvig Sundberg
I, Vincent Marcy, with grave misgivings, do bequeath Edith Bagnall unto Pembroke
Banton; and do bequeath unto Albert. Robinson my daily shampoo and pom-
padour.
To Tiiat smiling hItlet dream girl, W\lln. Reynolds, I, Glen Kirkpatrick, do leave a free
Zonian with the compliments of the class.
I, Nlariv Louise Jones do bequeath my young lieutenants unto Mary Louise Griffin.
I, Haiy Gaeb, leave unto Julian Ewell my deep bass voice.
I, Elmer Hack, bequeath unto Neil Macdonell, my slow but sure smile
To Fern K:.yle,-. I, Gtoi-e Hilbert lea-'e my day dreaming.
vWe. Juan de Gracia and John Morales, leave unto Aura Amole and Diana Marine our
"old Spanish customs."
I, Marie Fenton, do leave unto the Admiral, his chauffeur.
I, Kenny Fiil:si. have nothing to give except knowledge, due to the fact that the class
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To Constance Clinchard, I, Elena Hartzell, bequeath my "spirit of early America."
To Alan Peterson.. I, Douglas Johnston, leave my feud with the editorial staff of the
Parrakeet.
Unto Ophelia Key, I, Jennie Johannes, bequeath my ability to maintain d:..il:, silence.
My deck of 995's, I, Brother Wilson, do leave unto Miss Frost for reissuing.
We, Kenny Maiers and "Anei.y' Monaco, bequeath unto Helen Currier Baker our first
period study hall orchestra.
To John Calhoun, I, Julio Lapeira, leave my irate paternal and senatorial (11 p1).1-,1iii
and my ability to talk in surges.
To De Forest Sanford, I, BI3:.; Shr:pnel, leave my reserved space on the balcony.
I, Alice Boyd, bequeath unto O.l1. Ycaza my position as libj1.1 .1:1. hoping she will be as
benevolent as I have b en.
To Rita Quinn, I, Via Mae Demuth, do bequeath my ability to keep calm while typing.
Unto Betty Brooks, I, Clare Wyl6, leave the "boy of my dreams."
I, Lizzy Hirsh, leave unto Ruth Rader, my free transportation to and from school.
I, John Randolph Hall, Jr., do bequeath unto any aspirant to the stage who can fill my
shoes (16 G s. my dramatic gaze.
I, Evelyn Perry, leave unto Mlarirret Fessler my dancing attainments.
To Catherine Gallivan, I, Catherine Wood.lid. bequeath my ability to b3 frankly out-
spoken
I, Alice Westman, leave unto Harriet Kalar the power to make foolish boys write letters.
I, Marcel Penso, bequeath to David Smith my enviable track and field records.
To Lillian Hambelton, I, Elizabilh Parker, bequeath my demureness.
To Billy Michaelson, I, Ophelia Oller. be-queath my rptiriij disposition.
I, Doris Murray, leave unto Dorothy Dennis my studious look.
Unto Sadie Asparren, I, Robert Messer, leave my fl.iminig red hair.
To Lillian Monsanto, I, Julia Anne Bratton, bequeath my ability to draw dogs during
study periods.
I, Erma Graham, leave my demure manner unto Dorothy Watson.
To Conroy Dockery, I, Ruth Boyd, b'rqurath my ability to read all the reference books
at once.
To Jean Kalar, I. Ethel B'v ne. leave my unbelievable ability to sleep soundly in Mr.
Hodges' study periods.

To Marian Burns. I, Conmie Sundquii.t. bequeath my pervasive sunshiny nature.
My American history text-book, I, Corina Saundbere. leave to Jean McClellan.
We, Doris Nolan and Pearl Brown, leave unto the junior class our ability to pass Eng-
lish Hurdles.
Unto Earl Willett. I, Maenner Huff. leave my sports editorship of the Zonian.
I, Edgar Hall Thompson. Jr., bequeath unto the worthiest applicant the leadership of the
Class Anarchist Party.
To Mrs. Krumbach, I, Lester Van Valkenburgh, bequeath my pillow and sleeping )poslitLn








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I, Kathryn Wine, do convey unto Emma Van Clief, my driver's license and car.
We, Janet Potter and Sarah Reynolds, leave our ability to get "A's" from "El Sefior
Hodges" unto next year's American history students.
I, Jimmy Lewis, bequeath the rumble seat of the Pelican and Loretta Wrightson -
unto Dick Stoudnor.
I, "Spike" Malone, bequeath unto Howard Daniels my moonlight "stag" drives.
To Clotilda Runyon, I Maria O'Donnell, bequeath my natural Irish wit.
We, Vincent Reynolds and Victor Sanger, leave unto Sam Simons our many unsung
abilities.
I, Edward Lowe, leave unto whoever may have the desire my ability to throw erasers
and get away with it.
I, Rand Warwick, do hereby leave my batting averages to Jack Dombrowsky.
To Hector Guiot, I, Alberta Mead, bequeath my position as Zonian typist.
To Robert Helmerichs, I, Sidney Peterson, bequeath my ambition towards an aerial
career.
To Walter Maduro, I, Flores Lockwood, bequeath my secretarial position.
To Have and to Hold, we the party of the first part do grant, bequeath, and convey
the above property to the parties of the second part, and their heirs and assigns,
forever. In witness whereof we set our hand and seal, this carnival season of
the Revolutionary Year I.
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1931.









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Spirits high and daring,
Ready for the fight;
All our fancies faring;
Seeking knowledge-might!

Now the goal is nearer,
And we soon must part-
Friendships made are dearer;
Old scenes, near the heart.

Soon comes graduation;
Time and fancies call;
Golden destination-
Luck to one and all!


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Fred Banan
Alice Boyd
Julia Ann Bratton
Ethel Byrne
Marie Fenton
Harry Gaeb
Elmer Hack
John Hall
George Hilbert
Maenner Huff
Douglas Johnston
Dorothy Allen
Elizabeth Beverley
Ruth Boyd
Pearl Brown
Juan de Gracia
Kenneth Forrest
Erm. Graham
Joyce Haldeman
Elena Hartzell
Elizabeth Hirsh
Jennie Johannes
Mary Louise Jones
Glen Kirkpatrick
Grice Lawyer
Alexander Macdonell
Miraflores Lockwood
Edwin Malone


ALIAS


"Freddie"
"Abbie"
"Jude"
"Jot"
"Fenny"
"Gabbo"
"Elm"
"Randy"
"Mum"
"Mooney"
"Doug"
"Dot"
"Ede"
"Ruthie"
"Brownie"
"Grass"
"Kenny"
"Erm"
"Joy"
"Lina"
"Lizzie"
"Jen"
"Jonesy"
"Kirk"
"Gracie"
"Mac"
"Flo"
"Spike"


IDENTIFICATION

Playing the sax
Robert
Rating with the faculty
A history shark
Her love affairs
Too friendly with girls
Doing his shorthand
The blonde rah-rah
Meekness
Unknown
His business ahility
Baby talk
Her part as old maid
Knowing her Spanish
Boy shy
His abilities
His dancing style
Demure
Freddie
Doing physics problems
Riding with Ed
Too modest
Her voice
Editing the Zonian
The senior play
His worthy position
Knowing everything
His size


WHEN OUT WILL BE

A preacher
A nervous wreck
Getting 995's
Something
Still in love
Acquiring some sense
A butcher
Playing Santa
Football hero
World famous
Jumping off cliffs
With Bliss
Chorus girl
Saying nothing
Flirting
Using them
Changed
Managing in vaudeville
Getting married
Great emotional actress
-It's hard to tell
Forced to talk
Appreciated
Yelling for action
An acrobat
Making whoopee!
Getting over it
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Vincent Marcy
Julio Lapeira
Janrme Lewis
Kenneth Maicr
Blijss Sh'n n,!
Cor n i Sanlibtn r
Vincent Rey o ali
Sidnerty 'Pe-rs n
Mn rcel PI Iensn
Victn nr Sanner
Sarah IReynols
Jainet* Ptter
Evlyi n Perry
Eliznabe: h P'ark Ophelia Oiler


Dorisn Mlan
Mari: O'Don Ralph Mora c
Alberti 1Mea<
John M11ra e1
Rubelrt Messer
Cotnnntinnc* Siun ibrin
Lester Vian Valikeb niI?,
A ice We'tman
Edgliar Thonm, in
Ra.nd Warwic k
Alex Wilson
Catherine Wood inrd
Knthryn Wine
Via Mae IDnnnth
Cl're Wy!1
Edward Lowe
Lilly Wyli
Franklin Y.at,'.


'Viinny"
"McCorlkiu"
"limnlyn"
"Kenny"
"Shranp"
"dSandy"
"Vine"




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"Rin"
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Driving his Ford
lkhng serious
L[, retta
His wit
Dorothy
Her wisdom
Biing smart
That "ma iana'"
Hundred-yard dash
Himself
Her--wave--
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vneet disposition
Petiteness
'Thuse eyes
Scholar
Inldepenrdent qualities
lieini a history teacher
Trying to raise a moustache
Shorthand expert
His dramatic ability
Fire.Fire
Aunt in class play
That sle-ping position
Her smile
His poetry
Hiding Himself
S":i ping classes
living clieas secretary
Hiding her identity
Just fooling!
Se ding
Throwing erasers
His winning ways
C;ignsling


LOucing for Edith
Ladies' man
Graduated
Third Black Crow
liohby Jones II.
Wiser
iMan of few words
A g .get-'em!
H;gh jumper
Still himself
Re dy for another
WVith Ross
On th i foint steps
Yeah?;
Vsini them
Honor student
Accommodating
nack to earth
A third S-'ith Brother
A stenongrapher
Matinee idol
l)yinin his hair
Champ oni swimmer
1,risht anld alert
iDa dreaming
A chtii edn man
Not A orator
L e *"orm ed
Writing the minutes
lChmnged
With (;eorge
Getting pinched
rettini anrons'
Girl crazy
hnildiie catles


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PRESIDENT ..............James Booth
VICE-PRESIDENT.........Gratton McGroarty
SECRETARY .............. Kathleen Lawrence
TREASURER .............Ralph Palacio
ADVISER--MR HODGES


Adams, Cleon
Alvarado. Diana
Amole, Aura
Arroyo, Zenaida
Asparren, Sadie
Baker, Antoinette
Barkhurst, Earl
Booth, James
Boyd, August
Boyd, Lola
Bradney, Mary
Brewerton, Henry
Brooks, Anna Elizabeth
Brooks. Marjorie
Brown, David
Bruland, Solveig
Calhoun. Peggy
Calvit, Virginia
Chase, Henry
Clinchard, Connie
Conlan, Rend
Daniels, Howard
Dershimer, Lenore
Dew, Michael
Dockery, Conrny
Dombrowsky, Jack
Doran, Irene
Dorswitt, Alice


Ewell, Julian
Ewing, Winifred
French. Robert
Guiot, Hector
Griffin, Mary Louise
Hall, Sally
Hallen, Priscilla
Hambelton, Lillian
Hearne, William
Held, Albert
Hermanson. Harry
Hudson, Helene
Hutchison, Donald
Jones, Ella
Joyner, Georgiana
Judson, Donald
Kalar, Jean
Key, Ophelia
Kunkel, Edward
Kyleber, Fern
Lambert, Kent
Larrison, Lealand
Lawrence, Kathleen
Macdoit-el. Neil
Maduro, Morris
Maduro, Walter
M1lakbben. Mildr,.d
Marzano, Frank


McClelljn. Jean
McGlade, Charlotte
McGroarty, Gratton
Michaelson, William
Misrahi, Ma r a et
Palacio, Ralph
Peterson, Alan
Preston. Ruth
Quinn, Rita
Raymond, David
Reynolds, Wilma
Romig, Robert
Salterio, Arthur
Salterio, Joe
Sanford, De Forest
Sherwood, Emily
Smith. David
Smith, Edna May
Smith, Robert
Sunidbtrg. Hedvig
Tonneson, Agnes
Torbert, Annie
Walling. Howard
Walston, William
Willett. Earl
Williams, Charles
Wine. Lillian
Zappi. Remo
Zappi. Romulo


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PRESIDENT ....................Jack Poole
VICE-PRESIDENT .............Ruth Rader
SECRETARY ...................Edna Flitharl

TREASURER ...................James Salterio
ADVISER-MISS DAVIS


Adams. Robert
Alexander, Jeanette
Allen, Edna
Allen, Harry
Alley, Thomas
Arroyo, Charles
Asparren, Armenia
Ayers, Frances
Ball, Gerry
Banton, Pembroke
Barker, Joe
Bliakley, William
Booth, Gladys
Brown, Dorothy
Brown, Walter
Burdge, William
Burns, Marian
Calhoun, John
Carswell, Robert
Clarke, Leslie
Cleveland, Roscoe
Cochez, William
Cole, Allen
Conley, William
Conner. Agnes
Crandall, Robert
Crandall. William
Crouch. Walter
Daley. Eleanor
Daniels, Williamn


Davis. Roy Tasco
De la Pefia, Estrella
De la Pefia, Moises
Delvalle, Eric
Dennis, Dorothy
Dershimer, Jack
Dooling, Edith
Doran, Mary
Dugan, Marion
Dunham, Margaret
Eldermire, Armin
Elliott, Grace Marie
Emmons, James
Fabega.. Elisa
Ferguson, Sara
Field, Cyrus
Fluharty, Edna
Freeman, Rosemary
French, George
Friday, Frances
Gallivan, Catherine
Grant, Billy
Hall, Etta Fay
Hambelton, Elizabeth
Hammond, Eleanor
Helmerichs, Robert
Herring, George
Herring, Marie
Heurtematte, Max
Hickman, James


Hickman, Thomas
Hopkins Edwin
Houghton, Juliette
Husted, Annetta
Hutchison, Marian
Jarvis, Dolores
Johnston, Andrew
Jones, Grace
Jones, Walter
Kalar, Harriet
Klemmer, Justus
Kull, Norma
Lamb, Bernard
Lawson, Wilma
LeBrun, Alberta
Leon, Victor
Malsbury, Charles
Marcy, Kenneth
Marine, Diana
McCormack, Mary
Mead, Frederick
Monsanto, Lillia
Morales, Electra
Morgan, Roberta
Muller, John
Neville, Edward
Ohlson, Anne
Olive. James
Onderdonk, Bruce
P.iifio Tit.a


Patterson, Charles
P rkini. Roy
Peterson, Cla. nii
Phillips, Noble
Pimento, Angela
Piper, Raymond
Poole, John
Pyl:, Sara
Rader, Ruth
Replogle, Thomas
Robinson, Albert
Robinson, Thirza
Runyon, Clotilda
Salterio, James
Seaburg, Georgia
Sheely, Inez
Sherlock, Doris
Simons, Samuel
Specht, Stanwood
Stewart, Marion
Stroop, Doris
Van Clief, Emma
Wahl, Charlotte
Walston, Ruth
Watson, Dorothy
Westendorff, James
Wood, Ernest
Yates. Geo ge
Ycaza, Olga
Young, Leslie


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Walter Judson
James Morales
Robert Dwelle
George Walker


PRESIDENT
VICE-PRESIDENT
SECRETARY
TREASURER


Edith Rowc
Mildred Walters
Teresa Michaelson
Julic Asparren


ADVISER-MR. G. R. LEE


Alexander, David
Alfaro, Amalita
Alfaro, Eloy
Alfaro, Jaime
Alley, Margaret.
Alvarado, Jos6
Arias, Harmodio
Arosemena, Rodrigo
Asparren. Julie
Bagnall, Edith
Barkhurst, Henry
Bleakley, Blanche
Bohan, Ruth Elizabeth
Bradley, Margaret
Brigard, George
Browne, Clarence
Caruthers, Beverley
Casanova, Alton
Chu, Ernest
Clement, Caleb
Cornwall, Martha
Daniels, Robert
Dennis, Josephine
De Young, Virginia
Docet, Lola
Dowell, Elsie
Doyle, Wanda
Dryden. Marguerite
Dunham, Mary
Dwelle, Robert
Eppley, Dean


Everson, Louis
Fabrega, Octavio
Fessler. Margaret,
Fitzpatrick, Frank
French, Billy
Gallivan, Marie
Garlow, Mildred
Gelabert, Juan
Gutierrez, Angela
Haldeman, Tharon
Hallett, Marjorie
Halman, Consuelo
Hazeldine, Robert
Hirsh, Donald
Hull, Robert
Johnson, Peter
Joyner, Joseph
Judson, Walter
Koperski, Olive
Kromer, Thomas
Kunkel, Paul
Lawson, Edward
Lehman, Lucette
LeMire. Eugene
Leon, Renaud
Lloyd, John
Maduro, Esther
Maesson, Doiothy
Marine, Bertha
Mendez, Amalia
Maessen, Dorothy


Michaelson, Teresa
Mir6, Carlos
Misrahi, Rose
Morales, James
Morian, Laura
Moritz, Adolph
Mufioz, Marina
Neville, Ma rga rvt
Oiler, David
Orr, Joseph
Pace, Leila
Paredes, Jose
Patterson. Julieta
Pearre, Annie
Percy, David
Phillips, Roy
Potter, Richard
Prendergast, James
Prochaska. Frances
Prochaska, Marian
Quintero, Hilda
Rajscok, Adel
Raymond, Virginia
Reinig, Margaret
Ridge, John
Rose, Genevieve
Rowe, Edith
Salterio, Gladys
Sampsell, Anna Mae
Saphir, Eugene
Schmidt, Louis
Schneegas. Francis


Schrader, James
Seeley, Thelma
Shlh}lan. William
Sheely, William
Sherlock, Catherine
Skeie, Christian
Steveinson, Harry
Stoudnor, Richard
Strauss, Rita
Sutherland, Peggy
Tarflintger. Gzorge
Tedder, Hampton
Treischel, William
Ungar, Bona
Vallarino, Juan
Vien, George
Vien, Marguerite
Walker, George
Walsh. William
Walters, Mildred
Wempe, Robert
Westman, Ruth
Wludd.-ii. Louise
Williams. Donald
Williston, Allan
Willoughby, George
Wood. Edward
Woodland, Margaret
Wright, James
Wright. Lillian
Wrightson, Loretta
Young, Jessie


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Editor-in-Chief ...
Business Manager


Senior Editor ......
Assistant ..
Activities Editor
Assistant...
Literary Editor .


..................... Grace Lawyer
.................. Alice Westman
........ Catherine Woodard
............ Julia Anne Bratton
....................... Fred Banan


.Glen Kirkpatrick
.. Douglas Johnston

Sports Editor ........
Assistants ............

Feature Photographer
Feature Editor ...


Maenner Huff
.... Ella Jones
Edwin Malone
SVincent Marcy
Kenneth Maiers


BUSINESS STAFF


Circulation Mgr. ......
Assistants.


Alexander Macdonell
......... Charlotte Wahl
John Hall


Advertising MAr
Solicitors..


Alan Peterson
Walter Jones
Eric Di illi
Ralph Palacio


Typists ........... Connie Sundqui-t. Alberta Mead, Ethti Byrne
Art Work by Valeria Van V.lkenbur',h

Staff Advisers:
Edito ial ............... ........... M r. C nllin'e
Business ............... .............. Mr. Gronde








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FROM MEMORY

A Few Events and Personalities of the Year



Like the small boy about to partake of watermelon we're undecided as to just where to
begin. Left, right, in the mnddle-it's all the same to us. So, assuming the like laissez faire
attitude from you, we'll go right ahead talking about someth'lng to eat.

We have vague recollections that the juniors gave a cake sale . . One cake .. .
surrounded by plebeian pies, beans, potato salad .... It should never have been sold, that
cake. A monument were better . .. erected in the patio by Atherley .... a monument to
junior enterprise ... We hasten to balance the picture with the junior luncheon ....
which recalls Mike Sanford carrying away half dollars in a wheelbarrow .... (the junior
treasury must have looked like the Comstock lode) .... and Mr. Hodges doing a Prince of
Wales with the girls of the younger set . .. Did the girl who came back from distributing
the surplus among the poor of Panama, the girl with the well-fed and satisfied look, really
faint when proffered a piece of cake? .... And who was she? ....

Still speaking of juniors . .. New Gorgona beach, sand, sea, and kindly Mr. Lambert.
. Also four rounds to a decision between Jimmy Booth and Sally Hall ... not to men-
tion a jar of pickles consumed by Mr. Collinge, the egg that Duke Barkhurst almost bought,
and "Way out West in Kansas" done piccolo-tremolo by our own Mr. Gronde.

Music suggests the dance and the dance suggests the one Bill Held and Jimmy Des
Londes, perpetual grads, offered at the junior dance . . A May Dance, we're told .. . May
it soon cease .. . Who fought that night? .... And why? .... And while we're asking,
why didn't the junior boys get :ogeth:r and sing "Sink the Navy"?

What if Mr. Hodges did dub the juniors "trilling' They had their meetings just the
same .... For instance, the one in which Jack Maduro offered half his seat to Sadie Aspar-
ren and Sadie bravely accepted .... Or that out of which Mike Dew fell and landed on his
head . . and wasn't hurt .....

Hearts and the Valentine dance! Hearts brimming, broken, artificial . Big red
hearts, tiny red hearts; clover and bamboo ... .Senior hearts and freshman hearts ......
Kenny Forrest and .... a good time was had by all.

And there's that "Be Prepared" motto of the sophomores ..... Be prepared to feed
the seniors next year and go without class affairs this ....



Thus does the race of men succeed or rot;
Some classes save their cash, and some do not!


For lack of events, personalities will have to do .... Grant. Wood, and Onderdonk at the
swimming meet advertising Felix Maduro's white bathing suits .... Athletes in general ...
Edna Fluharty, Elizabeth Hambelton, Estrella de la Pefia, Dorothy Watson, Grace Jones, Emma
Van Clief, Eleanor Hammond, Doris Stroop, Ruth Walston, Sara Pyle . . Will the list never
end? .. Frances Friday, Electra Morales, Doris Sherlock. Charlotte Wahl,. ~RrLa Morgan
.... This is becoming monotonous! .... Cy Field. Jim Salterio, Bill Bleakley; Stan Specht
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a .heik' .... Jim Westenldorii, Fred Mead, Moi de la P.n:ia Andy Johnston, Jack Poole, Bob
Helmerichs, Le:liv Clal i:. Jin Emmons .... We've already named everybody but the adviser
... Eric D-lvalle. Francis Sherlo-ck. Charley Malsbury, Bruce Onderdonk, Bob CI.t i11ill
Bruce Smith. Clarence Peterson .. .. Have patience please; we're liiipl',' copying the tele-
phone directory . Bob Adams . .. Have we left anybody out, or do we now begin on the
junior high? .... What we wanted to say before we used all this space on sophomore ath-
letes, great or near great, was that we just love Andy Johnston's .-ilinI-iL face. Don't you?
... Speaking of Andy reminds us of the musical in the assembly .... the mixed quar-
tette consisting of Fluharty, Hambelton, de la P. 5ia, and Johnston . (We do have them a
little mixed) . . singing "When It's Lunch-Time on the Balcony, It's Bill and Coo for Me."
.... By the way, who is the treasurer of the sophomore class? It is said that not a -ill has
paid her dues . . because she wasn't asked .....


Shakespeare: "Are not these woods
More free from peril than the envious court?
Here feel we not the penalty of Adam.
TlIr seasons' difference-"
Robinson: "Here feel we not the penalty of Adam.
The seasons' greetings-- "
Mead: Mi.rr:, Clir m l ''


We refuse to give the sophomores another line . Our memories keep coming.....
M. y M .ilc. r t McCormack's novelty dance .. Balloons popping . . Junior dance at the
Yacht Club, wasn't it? We should have mentioned this a long time ago, but never mind...
While we're at it, we may as well begin all over again ....

The "Ancon" with a load of teachers. ... Tli'-hi s of homework begin to pervade lfli.t
moonlit, nights .... Shaved heads enter into freshman nightmares. . Julian Ewell makes
headway, then slips. . Fond parents come to look us over... .S..' u .tlhl., wrong with the
rights on the P. R. R ..... Carnival ends and Mary Louise Jones comes back to school. ..
John Hall is disLovered silently musing. . The seniors give a beach party at Amador and
Kenny Maiers pays a quarter for two dirty marshmallows. . The seniors start a dancing
class for non-dancers . Judie Bratton has a birthday .... "And Home Came T. .
"Riding Down the Sky." . The juniors hold another cake sale .. What a hungry class
that is! ... Joyce Haldeman entertains at bridge and as usual the scorekeeper wins the
prize . "Farewell to Thee" beginning to be hummed and whistled ... Connie's party ....
Junior-senior banquet pretty gjuod. but 'way below last year's ....

Now that it's all over we're curious to know what happened to the decorations at the
senior dance . . and where the dollars are that were to have been foi the_, nriie for the cake
sale. .... Not that it's any of our business . .. and who wrote the verses on the b'g red
hearts ...

Senior ha:. ride ... Pretty bleak description, but so was the hayride. ... David Smith's
"Cantique de Noel." . Jimmie Lewis' welcome from the high school girls, en masse ....
The banquet after the senior play . Julian and Gratton argue fci in!i:. as wall as inform-
ally. . What we mean is that they take part. in a recognized debate under proper super-
vision. .. Wily hair turns from straight to curly.. John Hall invited to talk at junior-
high Press Club meeting. T.k! Tsk' But of course they had no means of knowing. ... Judie
Bratton celebrates her second birthday . .on the Canal Zone . Lawyer and Maiers win
popularity contest by a landslide . .They had to win by something. . Girls decide on
graduation dresses. Gloves appear to be the fashion . Senior barn dance at the Yacht
Club . Connie does a novelty dance. ... Connie gives a tacky party. . iW. admire girls
who do things. We'll probably get down to "Connie does a handspring" soon.) .... More fun,
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she can get out of three days of shortinnd .. Many of the girls leave home for a two-day
jaunt to the Sabanas for the Girl Reserve conference .... Juniors again do something un-
heard of by giving a card party without dancing. . We of the dancing students haven't
taken up cards to the extent of playing in public so we felt left in the heat . Vincent
Marcy has a forlorn look following the sailing of the "Virginia" on April 17. You who can
remember will know why. . Dorothy and Bliss have more squabbles .. Alice B. renews
her acqu.iintanc wi.'ith several boys after the "Ancon" sails in April . Some of the girls try
to go native by having their ears pierced and are still seen wearing small gold earrings ..
Remember the check-up on books near the end of April? Dot Allen's collection in particu-
lar? .. Another Dorothy . . this one Dennis .... receives her first 995 . Seniors
iinall. give a barn dance .... A few of the sophomore boys wear coats. . Unusual enough,
without the large pink hibiscus blossoms in the lapels . Freshman boys take their example
and wear pyjama uppers. . We might expect that the senior boys would be the ones to
start the commotion .. For instance, Freddie Banan and Vincent Reynolds ... to say
nothing of a few Huckleberry Finns .. And what Mr. Spalding did about it!

The Supper Club has an initiation April 22 and the poor girls report primeval savagery.

.... The seniors practice for class night . "Dancing with Tears in My Eyes." . .Dress
parade . Baccalaureate. . Commencement. .. We stop kidding Mr. Lee about "dear old
Balboa High." . .. He starts kidding us. ...


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The operetta "Riding Down the Sky" was presented by the High School Glee Club at

the Balboa Clubhouse on April 17. The leads were taken by Howard Daniels and Grace Lawyer.

Howard's role was one in which personality played a large part, a role well suited to him.

Other excellent characters were Charles Arroyo and Michael Dew. David Smith's solo was

received with much enthusiasm. All in all it was a brilliant success and the players deserve

credit, as do Mrs. Baker, music director and Mrs. Krumbach, stage director


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"AND HOME CAME TED"


One of the biggest events sponsored by the class of '31 was the play, "And Home Came
Ted." which was produced on January thirtieth at the Balboa Clubhouse. It met with gen-
erous success. The entire cast showed remarkable stage presence and deserve much crtdii
as do Mrs. Krunmoach the director, and Catherine Woodard. assistant director. Those taking
part in the play were:


Skeet Kelly...................Kenneth Maiers
Diana Garwood............. Mary Louise Jones
Miss Loouiberr, ..........Elizabeth Beverley
Ira Stone.................Alexander Mit.adlncll
Aunt Jublee..............Constance Sundquist
Mr. Man .......................... John Hall
Jim Ryker.....................Vincent Marcy
Mollie Macklin ................Grace Lawyer
Henrietta Darby.................. Alice Boyd
Ted.......................Vincent Reynolds
Elsie...................... Alice Westman
Scuenitr M' Corkle ............. Julio Lapeira


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PRESS CLUB


The Press Club was organized before Christmas under the sponsorship of Mr. Collinge
in order to encourage journalistic ability among the students. Several down-town newspaper
reporters have spoken to the club concerning their experiences and have given good advice to
young reporters Other interesting programs have been arranged.
The members of the "Parrakeet" and "Zonian" staffs were chosen from among its mem-
bers.


President....................Edgar Thompson
Vice-President..................Grace Lawyer
Secretary........................Betty Parker


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CITAIARI)


Citamard, the dramatics club. was organized this year for the pm p-.i- of furthering
dramatic tastes and ihnli1' among the students. Various plays have b en iminIl during
the year in order to understand the good and bad points of the drama. Several short pl I
have been pi,--iih-d by members of the club. Mrs. Krumbach directs its activities.


Presidents....................Fred Banan
Kenneth Maiers
Vice-Presidents .......... Kenneth Maiers
Elizabeth Beverley
Secretaries...............Connie S I.,I,,i' i
B't tr, Brooks
Treasurer.................Vincent .1or i,


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News Editor ......
Spurt; EditorI, .


Feature Editors

Society Editors


Lillia Monsanto
Henry Chase
Maria O'Donnell
Billy Michaelson
Sam Simons

Circulation Nlgr ..... Al
Assistants .....................


PARRAKEET STAFF
John Hall Business Manager
EDITORIAL


............ Elizabeth Beverley
................... Maenner Huff
James Hickman
De Forest Sanford
................ Edgar Thompson
Marjorie Brooks
............. Cthei n: Woodard
Charlotte McGlade
REPORTERS


Betty Brooks
Lola Boyd
Mary Bradney
David Smith
Phillis Bower

alexander Macdonell
..... Charlotte Wahl
Victor Sanger


Exchange Editor ...
Columnist ................
Editorial Writers....

Makeup ..................
ClOpy- Raldei s ........


Douglas Johnston


........... Via Mae Demuth
............... Julian Ewell
.................. Sue Reynolds
John Morales
.......... Henry Brewertoii
................. Betty Parker
Lauretta Watkins


TYPISTS


Dorothy Allen
Connie Sundquist,
Miraflores Lockwood


BUSINESS
Advertising Mgr .............
Solicitors ..............


Evelyn Perry
Ethel Byrne
Ophelia Oiler




.... Alan Peterson
....... Walter Jones
Ralph Palacio
Eric Delvalle


Exchange Me r .......................
Assistant .................................
Staff Adviser ............ ......


... Elena Hartzell
Howard Walling
....... Mr. Collinge


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Back row (left to right): Lewis, Dombrowsky, Larrison, Johnson, Mr. Grondo
Second row: McGroarty, Van Vilkenb-,rgh, Marzano, Walling Wilson
Front row: Sanford. Msser, Mori ci, Willett, Shrapnel, BHanan, rewerton



'PHYSICS-CH MISTRY CLUB


The PIiv-'.ws-Chemistry Club was organized early this year under the -pJjlln-i, hip of

Mr. Coisil Its purpose is to stimulate interest in experiments as well as to encourage more
purposeful ."!ifiv among the students. A grade of "C" or higher in either branch of the work

is necessary for llmbri.llilp The club has proved very popular.


Chief Scientist.......

Assistant Scientist....

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..... Rutlpl Monaco

.Gratton McGroarty

..De Forest Sanford


Syt'ri t,-, t-Arms...........Jack Dombrowsky


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Tack row (left to right) : Phillips, Walling, Mrh. iBaker, Prendergast
Second row: Simons, Brown. Huff, Piper. Hazeldine, Poole, Kromer, Reynolds
Front row: Forrest, Raymond. Daniels, Hendrickson, Alexander, Prochaska. Johnson


ORCHESTRA


The Balboa High School Orchestra has again this year been under the directorship of
Mrs. Baker. M.,irv have been members for several years. This or,.wan;z iioini has prto\ id(1
music for "And Home Came Ted" and the operetta, "Riding Down the Sky." It has also played
for the Suppnl Club, the Ancon Morning Musicale, and the reception given at the Adminis-
tration Buildiinl for Representative Dennison.

One of the members, Jack Poole. was awarded a scholarship to study music for six weeks
this summer at Interlochen, Michigan. Jack plays the trumpet, and was chosen for the scholar-
ship by various members of the Ancon Morning Musicale.


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GLEE CLUB


The Glee Club was organized this year, as in previous years, under the supervision of
Mrs. Baker. It sang the Christmas carols, and not long after the holidays began work on the
operetta, "Riding Down the Sky." This was presented at the Balboa Clubhouse on April 17
and proved a great success. The Glee Club also furnished the songs for the Commencement
exercises.


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Baci row (left to right): Prendergast, Emmovs, Le Mire, Robinson
Third row: Saphir, Mr. G. O. Lee. Hirsh, White, Hallett
Second row: Alexander, Everson Stoudnor, Morales, Potter, Ridge
Firs4 row: Johnson, Wempe, Alien, Kromer, Calhoun, Crouch, Epp'ey



SCIENCE CLUB


Altlhowi the General Science Club has been without definite organization throughout

the year, it has, nevertheless meant much in the extra-curricular life of the school. Its mem-

bership and me-etiiies. "just grew," to quote one of the members. Among the interesting fields

explored during informal iet-together meetings in the laboratory is the field of ballistic:

particularly apropos on the Canal Zone where frequent firing comes to our ears.

The future scientists have been under the guidance of Mr. Gronde.


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Back row (left to right): Mon ls:tTto. Freema, Miss Parsons
Secorti row: Brown, Mor:le,, .lliott. Ferguson., Rnyon. Bu,'dge
Front row: Whielden, Dugan. Gallhvan. Penrre. C. G-Cilivian, Eohn, n HIldoman


DECIMA LEGIO


Decima Legio, Latin Club. was organized early in the year under the sponsorship of

Miss Parsons. Its purpose is to stimulate more interest in Latin among the students. Short

Latin plays have been given and ,,thlr interesting Latin programs arranged.




Presidents ................ David Brown
Rosemary Freeman
Vice-Presidents......... .Rrfmt mc r Frc ecrn r:
Lillia Monsanto
Secretaries ................ William Burdge
David Brown


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The Spanish Club has made a successful start as a new organization under the guidance

of Mr. Carson. Meetings have been held on alternate W. di-a.i 1'. during the ,rii,.it'. period.

The members have been favored by interesting lecturers from pjliir al and


President............... .. E *'" Gai any

Vice-President............ ./ha u1 Michaelson

Secretary... ......... .......Hector Guiot

Treasurer. ............. ........ Joe S'lil'r',


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Front row: Sanford, McGroarty, Boyd, Chasa, Brooks. Booth, Calhoun, Mr. Hodges


DEBATING CLUB


The Debating Club celebrates its second year as a successful organization under Mr.
Hodges' direction.

The club debates on subjects in which the students are most interested. Interscholastic
debaters are chosen from its ranks.



President..................De Forest Sanford
Lir- -President...................James Booth
Secretary .................... Marjorie Brooks


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AFTER DUSK

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In the evening, when the sun is leaving the low green hills to the westward, I love to
seek the solitude of a bench under the palms. There I can sit and watch the sunset fade into
twilight. the twilight merge into night.


For a few enchanted moments everything is hushed, as though the earth itself were
still. Suddenly a cricket ihii ps, a bat swishes by. In a twinkling the thousand small voices
of the night are whispering in my ears.


What is there about night time, that makes its charm so irresistible? I might sit the
whole day thrilu-ih in this selfsame .jplt. watching the sea with its boats and birds, and never
have an idea worth remembering. Yet when the long shadows begin their march, I have a
desire to be alone -h.it grows from a vague unrest to an iv- ti pr...l lin. impulse.


What is there in this shroud over the world to affect me so? Does the age-old fascina-
tion of the unknown lurk in the blacker shadows? Perh.ip,. the min lil-i'l which has made
soft silhouettes of poor sun-scorched palms has cast its magic spell over me, too. The rustling
of the fronds, the gentle lapping of the ripples on the shore, and itl far-away ItillI. of :tini -
dral bell.- soothe me beyond words. Perhaps that is the secret of my perfect satisfaction and
content.


Yet I like to think that there is :.,m1o.-tiihil else after dusk besides the mere Lr.,lli' I-
tion of ear and eye. For when night shuts down, the door is closed upon the humdrum of
everyday existence and I am left in a world of my own fancy. No longer am I musing,
cin ,imiin my every truioehil is vivid aruaiii:y' That romance breathed into my ear by a pass-
ing bit of breeze, 'tis true for the asking! Yonml-r sail, which glides LJI-,I-Il ik out of the dark-
ness onto that silver highway on the bay and pauses, only to slip off again into darkness for-
ever, betokens the passage of a buccaneer of old if I would but have it so. I can muster
armies from the shadows and dismiss them again as I will! As I sit alone upon this bench
bniea.th the palms, the hopes and the dreams that I have cherished most are gloriously
inl:z., at last. For me this is the charm of the night.







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ADVICE
By Elizabeth Bever ',




Have you ever had a puppy.
Called him Flip or Jack or Bun?
If you haven't you should have one-
For it's fun!

Have you ever played at soldier.
With a helmet and a mmun '
If you haven't you should play it--
For it's fun!

Have you ever eaten cream puffs
Or a sugar-coated bun?
Have you ever climbed an oak tree,
Played at pirate, Injun, Hun?
Have you ever licked the brown bowl
When a chocolate cake is done?
If you haven't you should try it-
For it's fun!








WELCOME
By .julie Asparren




Some day I'll build a little house,
With shells or coral pink.
Beside a sea of deepest blue;
Right here will do, I think!

I'll paint the shutters apple green.
A tint to catch your eye;
And then I'll make a silver path
With stardust from the sky.

The door will be all snowy white.
And warmer than the sun
Will be the welcome you will find
Awalinlll when you come.








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The following poem was selected by the

judges as the best among forty submitted in

:he "Parrakeet" contest. Short and simple, it

is at the same time suggestive. Elizabeth Parker

is the author:






TO A SPIDER
By Betty Parker



O, clever little being,
Where did you learn to weave.
And with so little effort
A tapestry achieve?

There's not much substance to you.
Your gifts seem very few.
Yet with a thread of silver
You do more than I could do!







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ADMIRATION
By Julia Ann Bratton



I hear your voice, and though our words
Are always few,
I find a deeper understanding In
A talk with you.

I see your eyes. and though your glance
Is not for me,
I see a sweet inco uragellnent
No others see.

I feel you near, and though I'd hflp.i to be
Alone with you,
You offer me assurance strange-
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MY JEWEL BOX
By Elizabeth Bc ,erlci,



This sky is my jewel box, and for me it holds
Treasures untold!
It's draped with a lining of blue, in the day,
Fur Iti chiefest of treasures, a ruby's bright ray;
And there's no other like it-so :p)lrkliii' so gay!

At sunset my jewel box is Ill'ed to the brim.
Spills o'er the rim!
For each tiny cloudlet is tinted with light,
A flickering opal, an emerald bright-
As my ruby, the sun, dii-app-ai' for the night.

At night my jewel box is sprinl:l'd with stars-
Venus and Mars!
They'l- diamonds all. so generously strewn;
They glitter, they twinkle, but leave all too soon-
And my round golden pendant is really the moon!








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By Elizabeth Beverley



A Spanish shawl
Red, green, and blue-
A radiant flower
Of vivid hue-
A brilliant bird-
Gay beads and rings-
A patch of sky-
I like bright things













SEA
By Elizabeth Beverley



Gray sea-
Reminds me of battleships,
Gliding, cruel battleships,
Mist-jewelled battleships,
Plying gray sea.

Green sea-
Reminds me of foreign ports.
New-born foreign ports,
Old, lorn foreign ports,
Touched by green sea.

Blue sea-
Reminds me of sandy shores,
Rollicking sandy shores,
Frolicking sandy shores,
Washed by blue sea.


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Inspires New Style

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Collinge Does His Bit

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frr the Slates where he u;ll open
lup. n- i-p'ni i apple orchardl po he
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io ilipence ppr.le rider it the rnm_
Sm.;:: :r andr apple .-irce In hi;
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A ve. previously rpoF,.ted the
['last f I'f l t cirred rfrf the trnrk
honors rdf he vesr anld P;eI :ve.il
Srnw record Randly Hi11 th* hoy
I hero' nniot nly broke th li h.nii re.
-,r d for the hull-thrnwinp event hut
also far uiirpawsed any previiua
mark .et nrn thie whole Cnal Zon-
Marrel Pernia wai hih p-'int m nn.
rettirni bi p,:ints -'ur .f a prin-la l
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trim ilsl rf whom vnia ran -rv nr<
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To Be Released

SKrnna" Mhiers eminent conet.
in tio ie relcie.-l from the Balhoa
High Penitentarv Ind y at noon.
He ha. .-..rnplited hil four- ear won-
ttnce that wa4 .mp,;r.l by the
superior court Inr ailempltin To
r..'-w m.-iu sac h herlre rPe 'iinr
the lecal artie.
'Kprnnv" received the maximiium
penalty for the nifence diiu to, Ihr
firr I h h h- had ifrlrtvi l' i '.' nn
his file nrevii.us o to hi [ime Amnnc
other county again-t him vmrr the
nlctionary affair. the lop nrrnir.
planting poi.oncouas ra in the n.idi-
tc.rium ani l 'l inp lolly popji .nrier
Tan airoamed name
i'onvict Thirteen, who-e nierur in
shown abnve. has achieved a wr'.
nerful rerord while at our he' iti"l'
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fre-hmen. He also arhieved th*
hnoor of hpin. the nnlv nrinnner tn
carry a ii into tIhe prlinn diurlr.i
fire drill

Leesearch

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Sroinp in for reeearchr work He hl
beer, noticinp that numerous test-
tubes ard other equipment hart
been mi'in ir from the lIboralore .n
he h-'n decider tn make a search
for it
Hi; fralt field of research sill he
the Pedro Mipuel region where,
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BOYS' GOLF
Many boys turned out for the tournament. "Mike" Sanford was the winner, and Rand
Wairwir l; runner-up. Balboa High's team won the match with Cristobal by a safe margin ot
points. Those 'lho represented Balboa were Captain Wirwick. Sanford, Adams, Messer, Lewis,
and Hrutrtemattc
GIRLS' GOLF
Bal oa s girls took the first two matches from Cristobal without any trouble. The High
School tournament was won by Elizabeth Beverley, a senior. Those who earned a place on
the team were Emily Sherwood, M-rearet Woudll.,d Eleanor Haminiiiil. and Doris Sherlock.


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Standing (left to right): Dew, Lapeira, Cochez
Middle: Booth. Hele
FIrnt: Fieldl Jim Salterin (Caotain). Judson. DomhrowsKv. De la Pefia. J. Salterio. Michaelson
Not in the picture: A. Salterio. Walker


SOCCER

INTERSCHOLASTIC


November 8 tie 3-3
November 22 Balboa
November 15 Cristobal
November 29 Balboa


at Cristobal
11-4 at Cristobal
5-6 at Balboa
6-2 at Balboa


Although the series took four games to complete, the team was superior to Cristobal's in
all respects. Excellent passwork was exhibited and every man on the squad did his share
toward winning the series. James Salterio, the captain, showed he was capable, by his excel-
lent handling of the team.

INTERCLASS


Teams W.
Juniors ....................... 6
Sophomores .................. 4
Freshmen .................... 2
Seniors ........................ 0


L. Pet.
0 1.000
2 .666
4 .333
6 .000


Big feet win.


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Left to right: J. Asparre, Fliuharty, Van ClieF, Hammond, Jones, Tonneson. Hambelton
Not in the picture: M. Asparren. U. Jones


BASKETBALL


INTERSCHOLASTIC


January 24 Balboa
January 31 Cristobal
February 7 Cristobal


20-4 at Balboa
15-13 at Balboa
12-6 at Cristobal


The squad looked good even though it lost the series. In Ella Jones and Mary Louise
Griffin we had two of the best forwards on the Isthmus. Grace Jones, at guard, showed her
metal by her perfect guarding and good passwork. Eleanor Hammond, Agnes Tonneson, Edna
Fluharty. and Emma Van Clief deserve a great deal of credit for their passing and their work
at center position.

INTERCLASS


Teams
Juniors ........................
Sophomores ..................
Freshmen ...................
Seniors-no team.


W. L. Pet.
3 1 .750
2 2 .500
1 3 .250


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Standing (left toa right): Sanford (Manager), Vien, Mead. Tarflinger, Warwick,
Stoudnor, Judson, Mr Zierten (coach)
Kneeling' Diw, Btarkhirust, Sperht (Captain}, De la Pena. McGroarty, Dombrowsky

BASEBALL

INTERSCHOLASTIC

January 17 Cristobal 10-3 at Cristobal
January 24 Balboa 7-6 at Balboa
January 31 Cristobal 7--4 at Balboa


Due to excellent training, our squad made a very cr.dit3.ble shovwine against Cristobal.
Stanwood Spi Ul captained the team and played well at second. All the members of the
team batted and fielded in fine style and from all indications we will capture the pennant
next year.


INTERCLASS


Teams
Juniors ...
Freshmen

Seniors


W. L.
..... . 6 1
..... ... . 5 2
...... . 2 4
............. .. 0 0


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Left to right: E. Jones, De ia Pena, J. Asparren, Tonneson, Van Clief
Sitting: Hammond
Not in the picture: Fluharty, G. Joneo


VOLLEYBALL

INTERSCHOLASTIC

November 8 Balboa 21-15, 15-21, 21-14 at Balboa
November 15 Cristobal 21- 3, 21-13, at Cristobal
November 22 Cristobal 21-17, 17-21, 21-15 at Ancon

Although the team lost the x'v.ll-yball title, all the members of the team, captained by
Grace Jones, exhibited fine passwork and serving. Those deserving special mention are
Grace Jones, Ella Jones, Agnes Tonneson and Edna Fluharty. Their excellent serving and
their all around ability made the games close to the very end.


INTERCLASS


Teams
Juniors ...........


Freshmen .... ... .......
'n;ors-no team.


W. L.
2 1
1 2
0 3


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Standing (left to right): Moratls. Dew. Grant. Booth, Stoudnor
Kneeilng: Sanford (Captain,
Not In the picture: Delvalle. Maduro


TENNIS


IN TE SCHOLASTIC
January 31 Balboa-3 singles, 2 doubles
at Balboa
February 7 Balboa-2 .siglcs. 2 doubles;
Cristobal-1 singles, at Cristobal.

The squad came through the series in good style. Sanford was elected captain and by
his plt.-inyu showed he was worthy of the position. Delvalle, Dew, W. Maduro and Stoudnor
won their games without any trouble; Booth. Grant and J. Morales also played creditably.

TOURNAMENT

The tennis tournament was started during the early part of the school year with thirty-
two entrants. The eight highest were chosen to represent Balboa High against Cristobal.


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TENNIS


INTERSCHOLASTIC

Cristobal's team won the first two matches of the series from our squad this year,
although the scores were close. Those who pl.y:d a creditable game were Mary Louise Griffin,
Joyce Haldeman, Fiantces Ayers, Ella Jones, and Doris Stroop.

TOURNAMENT

Thirty girls signed up for the tournament. As a result, the competition was close. Mary
Louise Griffin won the tournament, with Doris Stroop the runner-up.


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Kneeling: Messer. Hiuf. bombrowsky, Wilson, Mlchaelson
hitting: Warwick, Heie, Dew, Stevenson. De la Pefia
Not in the picture: Aroseymena, Cleveland


TRACK

INTERSCHOLASTIC

Afril 4, Badboa Stadium
Cristobal .......................... 39 points
Balboa ............................ 38 points
Cristobal excelled in the track events, while Balboa made most of her points in the
field events. Banan, a senior, moved the high jump record from 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 9
inches. This is only 2 inches under the present Canal Zone record. Dombrowsky threw the
shot 42 feet 11% inches. Burdge, in the 880. set up a time of 2 minutes 17 115 seconds.
INTERCLASS


Team Boys Girls
Juniors ................ 421-3 40
Seniors ............... 23 0
Sophomores ........... 161-3 9
Freshmen ............. 121-3 14


Total
821-3
23
25 1-3
261-3


Moises de la Pefia and Ella Jones were stars with 16 and 20 points, respectively. Messer
set the shot put record at 41 feet 9'/2 inches, while Huff raised the pole vault from 8 feet 6
inches to 9 feet 6 inches.


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Kneehn~ln. Sinfrd


HANDBALL


INTERSCHOLASTIC

The first match was won by Cristobal. Our squad was very strong, however, and on the

return match it was expected to win on the home court. Those who played were Lapeira.

Hel&, Huff, Barkhurst, Sanford, Dombrowsky, and Dew.


TOURNAMENT

Much interest was shown in the tournament and a large number of boys entered. From

among the contestants Julio Lapeira, a senior, took first place.


Game called on account of rain.


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INDOOR BASEBALL



INTERSCHOLASTIC

March 14, Bcdlron 26-12 at Cristobal
March 21, Balboa 16-4 at Balboa

Indoor baseball was the first sport of the year that our airls won from Cristobal High.
The games were featured by good batting and fielding on Balboa's part. Thos:- deserving special
mention for their fine playing were Lillian Hambelton, Ella Jones, Grace Jones, Edna Flu-
harty, Agnes Tonneson, and Eleanor Hammond.

INTERCLASS

The juniors came out on top of the series, with the sophomores second and the freshmen
a close third. The seniors had no team.


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Standing (Ilft tc right.): Huff. Wilson. Kunkel. Wct-endorff. Illeukly ew. ) Fields, Salterii IHe'
Kneeling: Michaelson, Parkhurst, Vien, Morales
Sitting: Stotdnor. War\ick, Specht. Lapeira. Sanford


BASKETBALL


INTERSCHOLASTIC

The basketball series was expected to be a big event of the school year. Cristobal had a
good team. The squad, with such players as Wilson, \V;War. ik. Specht and Dew, worked hard
to win. Mr. Zierten coached the team every tvcenine for a month. And from all imclic I li.
we were going to win the series from Cristobal Hiuh



INTERCLASS

Basketball briii cht many boys out this year. All of the interclass teams were w.ll bal-
anced, ini.uri,_ a close race for the first position. It was predicted that thii race would be
between the sophomores and juniors.


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Left to right: Mr. Grieser (coach), Kyleber. Wahl, Van Clief, J. Haldeman. Hearne
Sitting: Pyle, T. Haldeman, Dryaen
Not in the picture: Morgan, Quini


SWIMMING


INTERSCHOLASTIC

April 25, Balboa 541/2, Cristobal 4/2, Washington Pool.
Our girls, not to be outdone by the boys, piled up a large margin of points against Cris-
tobal. Dryden was Balboa's high-point scorer with 14% Mornan. Hearne, and Wahl were
next with 71/2, 6%, and 5 points, respectively.

INTERCLASS
Team Points
Juniors ......................... 28
Freshmen .................... ....... 27
Sophomores ................ ......... 19
Seniors ............................. 9
Dryden and Kv'.i b I led in the scoring.


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Standing (left ti rightI : Mr. Grierer (coach I. Brworton, R. Smith, Grant. Westc irt lort W~, i
Sitting: Romig, OnderdontK, U. Smith. Crandall. Brown
Not in the picture: Walston. Peterson

SWIMMING


INTERSCHOLASTIC

April 25, Balboa 49, Cristobal 1, Washington Pool.
Balboa High School's mermen won an overwhelming victory over Cristobal.
Edward Wood, a sophomore, was the star of the meet with one first, two seconds, and
a place on the relay team, for a total of 11%2 points. Brewerton and Crandall were next higlhe
with 10 and 8 points, respectively.

INTERCLASS
Team Points
Sophomores ...................... 45
Juniors ........... ...... ........... 36
Seniors ...................... 7
Freshmen ....... .................... 6
Wood and Brewerton were high-point men.
The boys' and girls' scores were counted together. i, il ini In a junior- Soph S nm tie.


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MICHAEL DEW


"Mike" is the best all-around athlete in the
high school. He has taken part in baseball
'30, '31, basketball '29, '30, '31, tennis '29, '30, '31,
handball '31, track '31, soccer '29, '30 captainn,
'31, and Athletic Council '29. '30.


ELLA JONES
Ella outranks all other girls in school. Among
her activities are indoor baseball '29, '30, '31,
volley ball '29, '30, '31, track '29, '30. '31, tennis
'31, bowling '30. '31, basketball '29, '30. '31, and
Athletic Council '29, '30, '31.

MOISES DE LA PESRA
Moises was our mainstay in track this year.
He was in soccer '29, '30, '31. baseball '30, '31,
track '31 and tennis '29. Moises is one of the
best all-around athletes in the school, being
good at both field and track events.


MARY LOUISE GRIFFIN
"Mary Lou" has been in basketball '31. tennis
'31 and indoor baseball '31. She has taken part
in many sports in schools in the U. S. Although
she has been here only a year she has won a
high place among the girl athletes in the school.

RAND WARWICK
Rand heads the list of senior athletes. He
was captain of the golf team '31, played a big
part in baseball and basketball '31, and ran on
the track team '31.


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AGNES TONNESON
"Aggie" has been in sports ever since she was
a "scobie." She has been in indoor baseball
'29, '30, '31, basketball '29, '30, '31, volley ball
'29, '30, '31, and bowling. "Aggie" was also a
cheer leader this year.


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HENRY BREWERTON
Henry is another Isthmian record-holder. He
holds the record for the 440 and 220 yard swims
and also stars In the 880 vard swim. Henry also
excels in diving, being the best fancy 'I'v-,r on
the Isthmus.


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EMMA VAN CLIEF
Emma has played a big part in our athletics.
Among her sports are volley ball '30, '31, indoor
baseball '30, basketball '30, '31, swimming '30,
'31, and bowling '30, '31. Emma also represented
the freshmen on the Athletic Council in '30 and
was a cheer leader.


STANWOOD SPECHT
"Stan" was captain of our baseball team this
year and he also played on the team last year.
He has played m the Twilight League for three
years and had a batting average of .350 this
year. Stan played guard on the basketball
teams '30, '31.

ELEANOR HAMMOND
"Shorty" was in volley ball '31, basketball '31,
indoor baseball '31, and did well in track '31.
Eleanor received a letter as a cheer leader and
surely put the Opep" into that section.


EDWARD WOOD
"Eddie" is one of the best swimmers on the
Isthmus, having several records to his credit.
He excels in the 220 yard free style, 50 and 100
yard crawl, relay and back-stroke events. An
effort is being made to send Wood to the 1932
Olympics.


DORIS STROOP
Doris was one of the best tennis players in
the school this year. She also took part in
basketball in '31.








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SPORTS


JACK DOMBROWSKY
"Jack" did not break into varsity work until
this year but he has won a name for himself.
He played baseball '31, soccer '31, handball '31,
and won fame in track '31. He holds the record
for the shot put with a throww of 42' 113/".



LILLIAN HAMBELTON
"Lil" took part in indoor baseball '30, '31, vol-
ley ball '30, '31, and bo,' Imn '30, '31. She has
also played on the same teams in a States high
school before coming here.


JAMES BOOTH
"Jimmie" has played three years of soccer
'29, '30, '31, and also played on the tennis team
'31. He proved himself a very good soccer
player. He also came out near the top in the
tennis tournament.

ELIZABETH HAMBELTON
Eliz:tbeth goes in for the same sprirts that her
sister does. She was in bowling '30, '31, indoor
baseball '30, '31, and volley ball '30, 31. She,
too, played on her high school teams in the
States.

DE FOREST SANFORD
"Mike," although small in stature, showed his
worth as a member of the tennis team '30, and
captain '31. He made the golf team '31, hand-
ball '31, and was manager of the baseball team
'31. In '29 he made the golf team at Curtis
High School.


GRACE JONES
Grace ranks second among our girl athletes.
She took part in indoor baseball '29, '30, '31,
basketball '29, '30, '31, tennis '29, '30, swimming
'30, volley ball '29, '30, '31, track '29, '30, '31. and
Athletic Council '31. Although Grace has only
been in which school two years she is running
Ella Jones a race for first place in girls' sports.


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They say she was born in 1901.
Maybe she was, but this I'll bet-
She's good for many a long mile yet.
The windshield's broke and the radiator leaks,
The fan belt slips and the horsepower squeaks,
She has a rattle in front and a grin in the rear,
And a Chinese puzzle for a staring pi ar
She shakes the nuts and screws all loose


But he gets forty miles on a gallon of juice.
The coils are dead and the plugs won't fiii
The piston rings are balin- wire.
When he can't get gas he burns kerosene
And he's driven home on Paris Green.
In spite of all this she pulls him through-
That's about all any car can do.
With high priced cars you get some tools.
Extra parts and a book of rules.
Baling wire and a pair of shears
Is all she's carried for filteni years.
And if he lives to see the day
When she falls to pieces like the one-hoss shay
And if old Henry Ford stays in the game,





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