From "Windjammer", October 14, 1960

Windjammer

Vol. 3, No 2    MAYFAIR HIGH SCHOOL - LAKEWOOD, CALIF.    October 14, 1960




EDITOR-IN-CHIEF.........................Carole Davidson
Associate Editor.......................................Pam Yocam
Page 1 Editor...........................................Linda Angel
Page 2 Editor.........................................Thelma Lamb
Page 3 Editor............................................Sue Greene
Page 4 Editor...........................................John O'Neal
Business Manager...................................Virginia Skow
Reporters: Mary Anderson, Jean Buell, Eunice Cox, Sue Ferguson, Pat McGowan, Sandra Miller, Judy Ryan, Beth Shook, Jackie Cheney, Ginger Robinson, Chickie Wickwire, Frank Meador.



Burney Heads League Fourm [sic]; Sportsmanship Trophy Given
All the schools in the Suburban League, consisting of Mayfair, Duarte, La Mirada, Charter Oak, Edgewood, Montclair, Pioneer, and Los Altos Highs Schools, sent representatives to the first League Forum which was held here at Mayfair High. Phil Burney, our Associated Student Body President, was elected a President of this league of schools.
Trophy Decided
It was decided to have a trophy which would be given at the spring forum to the school who showed the best sportsmanship on the field and in the stands. Charter Oak will purchase this trophy.
Judging
Three groups from each school, the pep squad, the team, and the A.S.B. officers, will each be given 10 points to rate the opposing school. These points which may add up to 30 will be sent to the Secretary of the forum who will tabulate the scores for each school.
Tabulation
It was suggested by the forum that schools judge on the following: no smoking in the stands, singing of the Alma Mater of the visiting school first, no booing, be co-operative to the officials, your school, and the opposing school.



Sports of Sorts
by John O'Neal
Bill Thurman looks better at every game and could become All-League quarterback. He looked really good against Norwalk, completing 11 of 16 passes, two of them good for touchdowns. He also scored on a quarterback sneak.
Frank Stocks seems to be quarterback Thurman's prime target and has made some fine catches. In the game against Norwalk he caught several passes and one of them set up a Mayfair touchdown.
Millard Garness got his first starting assignment as a defensive linebacker and made a good showing before he was injured. The coaches are hoping Millard's foot will heal quickly since his defensive ability is needed on end runs, one thing which hurt Mayfair in the Norwalk game.
Norm Ables, although recovering from a summer injury, is shaping up and ran a few plays against Norwalk. If Norm comes through he could become the needed offensive punch.
Ron Frongillo, 220 pound fullback, will show the league something they failed to see last year. a fast, hard-driving animal. From a reputable "source" comes the new that, after every game, the opposing players come over to meet and shake hands with "that big fullback."
Coach Paul Dearth's Bee football team has run into rough luck at their first two games and the team is working hard to improve on these performances.
Halfback Dave Totten has played first string for the three years and has improved each year, this year running harder and faster than ever before. All he needs is a small hole and he takes advantage to break through for a substantial gain. Off the field Dave is one of the nicest guys around and a tremendous asset to Mayfair.
Attention lineman: Credit has been lacking for the hard working linemen for the Mayfair Varsity football team.
Curtis Ferguson, John Mazurek, Bruce Weiler, Dick Mock, Phil Burney, Bob Kempton and others that are too numerous to mention are the backbone of the team.
All right linemen, you've got your due publicity, now let's see the kind of play we know you're capable of doing.


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