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1910sHarry KirkpatrickClass of 1910Track, BaseballNational Junior AAU champion track hurdler1910 AHS Baseball team captain1914 Helms Foundation Southern California Athlete of the year1911-1914 Earned sixteen letters, Occidental CollegeCaptain-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track1914 All Southern California Football team1914-L.A. Times columnist Bill Henry called him the greatest forwardpasser in Southern California history.President Student Body-Occidental CollegeTurned down professional contract in baseball because he would not play on SundaysBasketball, football coach-Los Angeles High School1929-Received Doctorate at Cal TechWWII Major and Commandant of Cadets1941-became part of Radiation Laboratory National Defense ResearchCommittee at MIT that developed radar used in WWII.Inducted into Occidental College Track and Baseball Hall of Fame1920sReginald E. “Pop” HorneTennis Coach1921-1940Led Moors Tennis to 11 league championships: 1922, 1925,1927, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940Led Moors to 3 CIF team championships: 1930, 1938, 1940Teacher/ Tennis Coach Mark Keppel High SchoolJudge Frederick F. HouserClass of 1922Tennis, BaseballSenior Class PresidentThree year Varsity Baseball/Tennis LettermanBaseball Captain, member of two league Champions (1921,1922)1919 Boys Tennis Champion of Southern California

1923 Southern California Junior Tennis ChampionUCLA Four year Tennis letterman, member of four Conference ChampionsTwo year Captain and first man at UCLA1926 Graduate of UCLA, Specializing in Government & Economics1929 Graduate of Harvard Law School, Professor in Economics1931 Elected youngest member of California State Assembly in 53rd district,served three terms.1933-1935 President of Alhambra Chamber of Commerce1933-1935 President of UCLA Alumni AssociationPresident San Gabriel Valley Chambers of Commerce1943-1947 Lieutenant Governer of California1946-1964 Served on Superior Court of State of California1948 Award Winner-UCLA Edward A. Dickson Alumnus of the yearVic CarrollClass of 1929Football, Basketball, Track, Swimming1928 All Coast League Track1929 All Southern California (Center)Named Pasadena Star News 1920’s “Team of the Decade” (O Line)Named Pasadena Star News “Team of the Century” (O Line)Pasadena City CollegeFootball, BasketballUniversity of Nevada, Reno1932-1934 Letterman, Basketball1932-1933 Letterman, FootballNational Football League1936-1947 Boston/Washington Redskins, New York GiantsMember of 7 East Conference Championship teamsMember of 2 NFL League Championship Teams(1937,1942 Washington Redskins)Orv MohlerClass of 1929Commissioner General, Commissioner of AthleticsFootball, Basketball, Baseball, Track1926, 1927 All Coast League Baseball

1928 Ote Lewis Trophy Winner (Highest Batting Average)1928 All Coast League Football, Baseball1928 Football Captain, MVP, All Southern California (Back)1928 Member of Coast League, Southern California,1928 Member of State Champion Football Team1958 Inducted into Helms Athletic Honor HallNamed to Pasadena Star News 1920’s “Team of the Decade” (Back)Named to Pasadena Star News “All Century Team” (Back)USC1930-1932 Three-year letterman in Football (QB), Baseball (SS)1930 Named to All American Team in Football (Quarterback)1931-32 Played on Two Rose Bowl, National Championship Teams, Football1930, 1932 Played on Two CIBA Conference Championship Teams, Baseball1932 All Conference, Football1995 Inducted into USC Athletic Hall of FameLt. Colonel in U.S. Air Force, World War IIJohn SeixasClass of 1929Commissioner General, Commissioner of AthleticsFootball, Basketball, Baseball1929 Captain of the Football team1958 Named to Helms Athletic Honor HallNamed to Pasadena Star News 1920’s “Team of the Decade” (End)Named to Pasadena Star News “Team of the Century” (End)Pasadena City College1929-30 Letterman, Football (End), 1939 Letterman, Basketball (Guard)1930 Captain of the Football TeamInducted into Pasadena City College Hall of Fame

USC1932-1933 Letterman in Football1932 Captain of the Football team1933 All American in Ice Hockey1934 Captain in Ice Hockey1935-1973 Teacher and coach in Alhambra School District1969 Inducted into So. Cal. Interscholastic Basketball Coaching Association Hall of Fame1973 Awarded CIF Southern Section Life Pass1930sJack RughClass of 1930Football, Baseball, TrackCommissioner General1927 Member of Coast League Champion, Baseball1928 Selected All Southern California in Football (End),1928 Member of Southern California Champion, Football,1928 Member of State Champion, Football1929 Team MVP, BaseballSelected to Pasadena Star News“1920’s All Decade Football Team”Ohio State University TrackSherwood Viel

Class of 1930Football, Baseball1927-1929 lettermen Football, Baseball1928 Member of Coast League Football, Baseball Team1928 Member of Southern California Champion Football Team (Tackle)1928 Member of State Champion Football Team (Tackle)1929 Winner of Ote Lewis Trophy (Highest Batting Average) BaseballCitrus College 1930-1931 BaseballProfessional Baseball Nashville Volunteers, San Francisco Missions1941-1945 Served in U.S. Army Air Force, World War IIReceived Certificate of Appreciation from Commanding GeneralOf Army Air Forces Hap ArnoldSam HanksClass of 1931Professional Race Car Driver1957 Winner Indianapolis 5001940 Winner UFW Motor Sports Speedway1946 Winner URA Blue Circuit Championship1949 AAA National Midget Title1958-1963 Pace Car Driver at Indianapolis 5001958-1979 Director of Competition at Indianapolis1984 Inducted into Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame1998 Inducted into National Sprint Car Hall of Fame2000 Inducted into Motor Sports Hall of Fame

Bill NaryClass of 1933Golf1933 AHS Number One GolferProfessional Golf1938-1941 Head Pro at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Course1938 Holder of Course record of 64 (Par 72)1939 1st Place Northern California Open1949 Shoots a round of 60 in 3rd round of El Paso Open,Round features 19 puts, including 7 on the back nine (Still a PGA Tour record)1949 Teams with Lefty O’Doul to win Crosby Open at Pebble Beach1964-1969 San Diego Player of the YearPlayed in Eight MastersToby Heeb

Class of 1934Football, Basketball, Baseball, TrackAll Coast League in FootballFresno State University1937 Named Little All-American (Safety)1937 Scored touchdown in Fresno State’s 27-26 victory over ArkansasState in the Little All American Bowl held at Gilmore Field, Los AngelesOnly 5’6” regarded as one of Alhambra’s best athletes for his sizeMax WestClass of 1934BaseballAll Coast League, Baseball 1934Professional BaseballMajor Leagues 1938-1942,1946,1948Boston Bees (Braves), Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh PiratesPlayed and Hit Home Run in 1940 All Star GamePacific Coast League 1935-1937,1947, 1949-1954Sacramento Solons, San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Angels2003 Inducted in Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame1943-1945 Played Baseball for U.S. Army, World War II

Vard StocktonClass of 1934Football1933 All Southern California (Guard)Named Pasadena Star news 1930’s “Team of the Decade” (O Line)Named Pasadena Star News “Team of the Century”(O Line)University of California, BerkeleyFootball1935-1937 Three Year letterman1935, 1937 Member of Pacific Coast Conference Champions1937 Named First Team All Pacific Coast Conference, All American (Guard)1937 Member of Rose Bowl, National Championship Football Team2005 Inducted into California, Berkeley Athletic Hall of FameCommander U.S. Navy Submarine, World War II

Bill FiskClass of 1936Commissioner GeneralFootball, Basketball, Track1935 Football Captain1935 All Southern California Football (Tackle)Named Pasadena Star News 1930’s Team of the Decade” (End)USC1937-1939 Letterman in Football1939 All Pacific Coast Conference, All American (End)1939 Awarded Davis Teschke Award (Most Inspirational)Played in Two Rose Bowls1940 Played in College All Star Game, Chicago, IllinoisProfessional Football Player 1940-19481940-1943 Detroit Lions1944-45 Hollywood Bears (Pacific Coast Football League)1944 Member PCFL Champions1944-1945 Named First Team All League (End)1946-1947 San Francisco 49ers (All American Football Conference)1948 Los Angeles Dons (All American Football Conference)1949-1956 USC Assistant CoachVern AllenFootballClass of 1937All CIF Football Running Guard (1937)1938 Football Captain1938 All Coast League (Guard)1938 All CIF 2nd team-Guard1938 Chosen Most Valuable Person at AHSNamed to Star News football All Decade Team Lineman (1930’s)California/Berkeley Captain Freshmen football team Running GuardSuffered knee injury in sophomore yearLong time teacher (Chemistry) Head of Science Department LongBeach Poly & Long Beach Wilson High School

Shannon DenistonClass of 1937Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track1937 All Coast League Basketball (second team)1936-37 All CIF Basketball/Football (first Team)1937 All CIF Baseball (second team)1937 Commissioner GeneralNamed to Star News Football 1930’s all decade team-Lineman1938-39 Letterman St. Mary’s College (Freshmen Football, Baseball)1939-1941, 1946-1949, 1951-Professional Baseball Player1942,1944,1945,1948-Professional Football Player (Pacific Coast Football League)1942-Hollywood Bears/Los Angeles Bulldogs1944-San Diego Bombers PCFL Champions (under name Sherman Dennis)1945-Hollywood Bears PCFL Champions1948 Hollywood Bears1947-1950 Professional Baseball ManagerFootball, Baseball Coach-Pepperdine University, 1947 Graduate (Education)1949-53 Baseball, Football Coach-Drake University, Earned Masters 19531958 Selected to Helms Athletic Honor Hall1968 Earned Doctorate-Educational Psychology, Northern Arizona Univ.1955-1988 Teacher/Administrator San Diego Unified School District1965, 1967 Head Coach Lincoln High School CIF Champions-Football2006 Inducted into San Diego Hall of ChampionsArt LaretClass of 1937Football, TrackAll Coast League, Track (Low Hurdles)Alhambra Low Hurdle Record HolderIron Man Trophy Winner, TrackUSC1939-1941 Letterman in Track1940 Member of Pacific Coast Conference Track Champion1939-1941 Member of National Champion Outdoor Track Team

Alan CameronClass of 1937Football, Basketball, Baseball,Three-year letterman, Baseball, Football,Two-year letterman, Basketball1936 All Coast League, All CIF Football (Back)U.S. Naval Academy 3-year letterman Football (Halfback, Fullback),2-year letterman Basketball1942 Football Captain1943 Winner of Thompson Trophy Cup: Presented to Midshipmanwho has done the most for promotion of Naval Academy1965-1968 Athletic Director, Naval AcademyCaptain on Destroyer, World War IIQuentin “Butch” GreenoughClass of 1938FootballWinner of Jack Earle & T. Lydell Puckett Trophy (MVP) FootballNamed to Star News football all decade team Center (1938)Letterman at Oregon State University-FootballPlayed on 1942 Rose Bowl team-Center1944 All Pacific Coast Selection1944 Named 2nd team All American1944 Played in East-West Shrine game, San Francisco, California

Served as Assistant Coach Football-Oregon State UniversityPlayed in Pacific Coast Football League1981 Inducted into State of Oregon Hall of Fame1991 Inducted into Oregon State University Athletic Hall of FameDave HaskellClass of 1938Football, Basketball, TrackCommissioner of Athletics1937 Captain, Football1937 All Coast League, Football (Line)Member of Southern California Championship Track Team, Shot PutTeacher, Coach, John Marshall High School, Los AngelesBob ShermanClass of 1938Football, Basketball, TrackAll Coast League, Track (High Jump)UC Santa BarbaraBasketball, TrackThree-year All-Conference Selection, BasketballProfessional Basketball1947-1948 Hartford Hurricanes, American Basketball League

Ranked #1 United States Senior Tennis AssociationWinner of nearly 100 U.S. Tennis Associated National ChampionshipsAt various age divisions since age 45.Winner of numerous International Tennis World ChampionshipsConsidered one of the all time best Senior Tennis Players in U.S. history.George LeyrerClass of 1938Commissioner of AthleticsFootball, Baseball1937 All Coast League, Baseball1938 Awarded “Karl’s Shoe Store Trophy” (Highest Average) Baseball1938 All CIF, Baseball (First Base)Professional Baseball1940-1941, 1946-1948 New York Yankee Minor League SystemTex SchrammClass of 1938Football, TrackSports Editor: The MoorEarned Journalism Degree at University of TexasFreshmen Football Letterman: U of TexasWrote for student newspaper1947-1952 Publicity Director, Los Angeles Rams1952-1956 President, Los Angeles Rams1956-1957 General Manager, Los Angeles Rams1957-1960 Assistant Director, CBS Television Sports(In charge of VIII Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley, CA)

1960-1989 President, General Manager, Dallas Cowboys2 Super Bowl Titles, 5 Conference Championships, 13 Division Championships1966-1988 NFL Competition Committee Chairman1970 With Lamar Hunt, Orchestrated merger between NFL & AFL1970 Introduced Cheerleaders to the NFL1977 Winner of Bert Bell Memorial Award (Outstanding leadership in the NFL)1978 NFL Executive of the Year by Sporting News1989-1990 President, Chief Executive World League of American Football1991 Inducted into Fro Football Hall of FameInducted into Dallas Cowboys Ring of HonorOutspoken proponent of instant replayInnovations include: Referees Microphone, Multi-coloring of 20 & 50 yd. lines,30 sec. clock between plays, & extra wide wind direction strips on goal postsMaynard HorstClass of 1939Basketball, BaseballUSC1946, 1948-49 Three-Year Letterman, Baseball1946, 1948-49 Member of Three CIBA Conference Champions1948 Member of NCAA National Championship Baseball Team1949 Member of NCAA World Series Runner-UpUSC Life Pass Holder1951-1990 Teacher, Coach, Administrator Mark Keppel High School1992 Inducted into CIF Southern Section Hall of Fame1993 Awarded CIF Southern Section Life Pass1940s

Chuck McFateClass of 1940Football, TrackCommissioner of Athletics1939 All Foothill League, Football (End)Awarded “Iron Man” Award, TrackUCLA Track lettermanLongtime teacher, Coach, Alhambra School DistrictRalph KinerClass of 1940Baseball1940 All CIF Baseball (Shortstop)Holds AHS Records for Batting Average (.513) and Home Runsin a season (10) in 1940.Professional Baseball 1946-1955Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians

1948-1953 All Star Selection1946-1952 National League Home Run leaderLed National League in Slugging percentage three times369 Total Home Runs, 1015 Total Runs Batted InUniform #4 retired by Pittsburgh Pirates,Inducted into Pittsburgh Pirate Hall of Fame1984 Inducted into New York Mets Hall of Fame1975 Inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame1962-Present Announcer for New York Mets, host of “Kiner’s Korner”Johnny PetrovichClass of 1940Football, Baseball1938 All CIF Football (Back)1939 Football CIF Player of the year (Back)1939 MVP Football1939 Football Leading scorer in CIFNamed Pasadena Star News 1930’s “Player of the Decade” (Back)Named Pasadena Star News “All Century Team” (Back)University of Texas footballU.S. Army Football, 160th Infantry1945 Professional Football-Hollywood Bears-PCFL Champions(Pacific Coast Pro Football League)1945 Named First Team All League-PCFL1945 Ranked forth in league in rushing (364 yards)1945 Ranked third in league in punting (41.6 ave.)Helen Noble-Tibbits

Class of 1942BadmintonVice President of Girls League, Secretary of Spanish ClubCalifornia State Champion at age 171952-Won National Title in Mixed DoublesNationally Ranked 15 TimesWinner of 45 National Seniors EventsPlayed for the U.S. in the 1st Devlin Cup Match vs. CanadaFour-time member of the Uber Cup Squad1971 Inducted into USA Badminton Walk of FameMember of the USA Senior Badminton Hall of FameRoy LangleyClass of 1945Football, Basketball, TrackThree-year letterman (Football, Basketball, Track)1944 All CIF 1st team (Back)1944 AHS Most Valuable Football PlayerNamed to Star News football all decade team-Tailback (1940’s)Entered service senior seasonPlayed football in Service (Sandpoint Naval Station-Northwest Division, Washington)1947 Played Football at Pasadena City College1948 Played in Rice Bowl-Tokyo, Japan for Paratroopers,Teammate of AHS graduate Stu ComptonRoller Derby Referee(Married Ann Covelo-Considered #1 Villain in Roller Derby)Breck Stroschein

Class of 1947Football, Basketball1946 All CIF, Football (Tackle)Named to Pasadena Star news 1940’s “Team of the Decade” (O Line)UCLA1948-1950 Letterman in FootballNational Football League1951 New York Yankees (Tackle)Les ConiglioClass of 1947FootballMember of 1946 CIF-SS Large Schools ChampionCal-Hi Sports State Champion (Football)1946 First Team All Pacific League1946 First Team All CIF-Guard1946 Second Team High School All AmericanNamed to Star News football all decade team-Lineman (1940’s)Jim LangleyClass of 1947FootballMember if 1946 CIF-SS Large Schools Champion/Cal Hi Sports State Champion (Football)1946 First team all Pacific League-Football1946 Most Valuable Player in football selected by coaches1946 All CIF 1st team-BackNames to Star News football all decade team-Fullback (1940’s)Three-Year Varsity letterman (football/Baseball)Lettered in Basketball

Jim TunneyClass of 1947Football, Basketball, BaseballOccidental CollegeBasketball1951 All Conference Basketball1951 Athlete of the Year1951-1974 Teacher/Administrator Los Angeles Unified School District1951-1991 Football, Basketball, Team Tennis OfficialOfficiated in three Super Bowls (VI, XI, XII)1990 Named to All Madden Team1991 Inducted into NFL Hall of Fame1992 Awarded Golden Whistle AwardInducted into Bay Area Sports Hall of FameTony MorabitoClass of 1947Football1946 Member of Pacific League Champions (Football)Member of 1946 CIF-SS Large Schools Champion &CAL-HI Sports State Champion (Football)1946 Second team All CIF-Blocking Back1946 Winner of the Optimist Award given to best all around player1947 Kenneth McDaniel Memorial Award winnerNamed to the Star News football all decade team-Back (1940’s)2-year letterman at Long Beach City College

2-year letterman at Santa Clara UniversityFirst person to wear a plastic helmetServed in Korean WarBob BoydClass of 1948Football, Basketball, Baseball, Tennis1947 All CIF, Basketball (Center)1948 All CIF Basketball (Center)USC1950-1952 letterman, Basketball1952 Winner, Harold Jones Memorial Award (Most Improved)1952 MVP in BasketballUSC Head Coach Basketball 1967-19792001 Inducted into USC Athletic Hall of Fame32 seasons as a head coach in Basketball (High School, College)Mickey Thompson

Class of 1948American Racing LegendWon Championships in the following categories of Auto Racing:Midgets, Sprint Cars, Off-Road Vehicles, Stock Cars,Drag Racing, Sports Cars1960 Became first American to break 400mph barrier going406.60mph at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah1963 Created “Mickey Thompson Performance Tires” for racing1973 Founded SCORE International: A sanctioning body to overseeOff-road racing across North AmericaFounded “Mickey Thompson Entertainment Group” which broughtOff-road racing to major stadiums1990 Inducted into International Motor Sports Hall of FameRanks #11 in the top 50 National Hot Rod Association Top DriversEd SowersCoachFootball, Track1930 Graduate of Fremont High School1931-1932 Football/ Track Letterman Los Angeles City CollegeCaptain of Football Team LACC1933-1934 Whittier CollegeRegarded as one of the finest two-way lineman in Whittier College historyProfessional Football-Hollywood Bears1936-1941 Teacher-Mountain View Elementary/El Monte1942-1967 Teacher/Football & Track Coach AHS1948-1960 Head Football Coach AHS1948 Football Team CIF Semi-Finalists1955 Football Team CIF Runner-ups1960-1967 AHS Athletic Director/Dept. Head of Boys Phys. Ed.1967-1972 Assistant Principal-San Gabriel High SchoolGene LoganClass of 1949Basketball1949 All CIF 1st Team1953-1954 Lettered UCLA (Basketball)Ed Mohr

Class of 1949FootballBlocking BackPlayed Football at University of Arizona & University of RedlandsServed in Korean War1957-1992 Physical Education Teacher, Adaptive Physical Education teacher,& Physical Education Department Chair, Te

Basketball, football coach-Los Angeles High School 1929-Received Doctorate at Cal Tech WWII Major and Commandant of Cadets 1941-became part of Radiation Laboratory National Defense Research Committee at MIT that developed radar used in WWII. Inducted into Occidental College Track and Baseball Hall of Fame 1920s Reginald E. “Pop” Horne