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Image of 2015.003.038 - Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1988, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking to his left.  He is wearing a blue baseball cap with a white cursive 'C', and a blue windbreaker with a red collar.  Text on the front reads, "WHITE SOX", JIM FREGOSI Manager".  The picture has a green border and the edge of the card is white.  The back of the card is brown-orange and text describes Fregosi's biographical information.  Text in a box lists the Chicago White Sox's roster.  Also includes Topps' logo and copyright information.

2015.003.038 - Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1988, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking to his left. He is wearing a blue baseball cap with a white cursive 'C', and a blue windbreaker with a red collar. Text on the front reads, "WHITE SOX", JIM FREGOSI Manager". The picture has a green border and the edge of the card is white. The back of the card is brown-orange and text describes Fregosi's biographical information. Text in a box lists the Chicago White Sox's roster. Also includes Topps' logo and copyright information.

Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1988, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking to his left. He is wearing a blue baseball cap with a white cursive 'C', and a blue windbreaker with a red collar. Text on the front reads, "WHITE SOX", JIM FREGOSI Manager". The picture has a green border and the edge of the card is white. The back of the card is brown-orange and text describes Fregosi's biographical information. Text in a box lists the Chicago White Sox's roster. Also includes Topps' logo and copyright information.

Image of 2015.003.039 - Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1989, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking to his right.  He is wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt that reads, "SOX" in white letters.  He is also wearing a blue baseball cap with a red bill that has a cursive 'C' in white.  Text on the front reads, "MANAGER White Sox JIM FREGOSI".  The back of the card is light red with a black border.  Text describes Fregosi's biographical information as well as the White Sox's roster.  Also includes Topps's logo as well as copyright information.

2015.003.039 - Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1989, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking to his right. He is wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt that reads, "SOX" in white letters. He is also wearing a blue baseball cap with a red bill that has a cursive 'C' in white. Text on the front reads, "MANAGER White Sox JIM FREGOSI". The back of the card is light red with a black border. Text describes Fregosi's biographical information as well as the White Sox's roster. Also includes Topps's logo as well as copyright information.

Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1989, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking to his right. He is wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt that reads, "SOX" in white letters. He is also wearing a blue baseball cap with a red bill that has a cursive 'C' in white. Text on the front reads, "MANAGER White Sox JIM FREGOSI". The back of the card is light red with a black border. Text describes Fregosi's biographical information as well as the White Sox's roster. Also includes Topps's logo as well as copyright information.

Image of 2015.003.040 - Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1987 Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking straight ahead.  He is wearing a white Chicago White Sox t-shirt with red letters and a blue baseball cap with a red bill and white letters that reads, "SOX".  The border of the card is made to look like light wood.  Text reads, "Manager JIM FREGOSI".  Also includes the White Sox and Topps logos.  The back of the card lists Fregosi's biographical information as well as the White Sox's roster.  Also Includes Topps logo as well as copyright information.

2015.003.040 - Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1987 Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking straight ahead. He is wearing a white Chicago White Sox t-shirt with red letters and a blue baseball cap with a red bill and white letters that reads, "SOX". The border of the card is made to look like light wood. Text reads, "Manager JIM FREGOSI". Also includes the White Sox and Topps logos. The back of the card lists Fregosi's biographical information as well as the White Sox's roster. Also Includes Topps logo as well as copyright information.

Jim Fregosi Baseball Card, 1987 Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Fregosi looking straight ahead. He is wearing a white Chicago White Sox t-shirt with red letters and a blue baseball cap with a red bill and white letters that reads, "SOX". The border of the card is made to look like light wood. Text reads, "Manager JIM FREGOSI". Also includes the White Sox and Topps logos. The back of the card lists Fregosi's biographical information as well as the White Sox's roster. Also Includes Topps logo as well as copyright information.

Image of 2015.003.044A - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card.  The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball.  He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes.  He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand.  His right hand is behind him holding a baseball.  Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91".  The front has a white border.  On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan.  He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF".  Below the image and also on the right half of the card text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  The text also includes MLB, MLBPA and Score logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.044A - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card. The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball. He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes. He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand. His right hand is behind him holding a baseball. Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91". The front has a white border. On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan. He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF". Below the image and also on the right half of the card text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. The text also includes MLB, MLBPA and Score logos as well as copyright information.

Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card. The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball. He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes. He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand. His right hand is behind him holding a baseball. Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91". The front has a white border. On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan. He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF". Below the image and also on the right half of the

Image of 2015.003.044B - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card.  The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball.  His pitching arm is behind him.  He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove.  Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER".  The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'.  Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.044B - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card. The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball. His pitching arm is behind him. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove. Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER". The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'. Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card. The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball. His pitching arm is behind him. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove. Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER". The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'. Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Image of 2009.030.058 - Plaque commemorating Ben Eastman being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989.  Plaque includes image of Eastman and a brief biography:  "Ben Eastman took the California track and field world by storm in the late 1920s and early 1930s.  While competing for Burlingame High School, the bespectacled Eastman dominated Bay Area sprinting events, setting standard after standard at the prep level.  Eastman then went on to attend nearby Stanford University.  It was there that Eastman, who was nicknamed "Blazin' Ben" by the area's track and field pundits, blossomed into a world-class runner.  His speed would propel him all the way to the 1932 Olympic Games.  He won a silver medal in the Los Angleles Games in the 400-meter run.  He was the world record-holder in the 440-yard  run, with a clocking of 46.4 at Stanford.  As a freshman at the school, he cruised the 440 in 48.4, a frosh mark that stood until 1965.  Although the 440 or 400, was Eastman's forte, he ran longer races as well.  He established Stanford records in the 600, 800 and 1,000 under the guidance of his coach, Dink Templeton."

2009.030.058 - Plaque commemorating Ben Eastman being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989. Plaque includes image of Eastman and a brief biography: "Ben Eastman took the California track and field world by storm in the late 1920s and early 1930s. While competing for Burlingame High School, the bespectacled Eastman dominated Bay Area sprinting events, setting standard after standard at the prep level. Eastman then went on to attend nearby Stanford University. It was there that Eastman, who was nicknamed "Blazin' Ben" by the area's track and field pundits, blossomed into a world-class runner. His speed would propel him all the way to the 1932 Olympic Games. He won a silver medal in the Los Angleles Games in the 400-meter run. He was the world record-holder in the 440-yard run, with a clocking of 46.4 at Stanford. As a freshman at the school, he cruised the 440 in 48.4, a frosh mark that stood until 1965. Although the 440 or 400, was Eastman's forte, he ran longer races as well. He established Stanford records in the 600, 800 and 1,000 under the guidance of his coach, Dink Templeton."

Plaque commemorating Ben Eastman being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989. Plaque includes image of Eastman and a brief biography: "Ben Eastman took the California track and field world by storm in the late 1920s and early 1930s. While competing for Burlingame High School, the bespectacled Eastman dominated Bay Area sprinting events, setting standard after standard at the prep level. Eastman then went on to attend nearby Stanford University. It was there that Eastman, who was nicknamed "Blazin' Ben" by the area's track and field pundits, blossomed into a world-class runner. His speed would propel him all the way to the 1932 Olympic Games. He won a si

Image of 2009.030.043 - Plaque commemorating Tony Compagno inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991.  Plaque includes image of  Compagno and a brief biography:  "Tony Compagno was the first athlete inducted into the Jefferson High School Sports Hall of Fame when it opened.  He was a slashing runner who starred in high school, college and the professional ranks.  After graduating from Jefferson, he attended St Mary's College where he was a standout for the Gaels in classic battles with Fordham University.  His college feats gained him a berth on the East-West Shrine football team in 1942.  After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, Compagno became a starting fullback for the Pittsburgh Steelers.  He played offense and defense for the Steelers from 1945 to 1949.  In one memorable game in 1947, he was one of a trio of Steelers to score a touchdown in a period of 108 seconds against the New York Giants.  He retired from professional football in 1950 and assisted with high school sports as an official until his death at the age of 50."

2009.030.043 - Plaque commemorating Tony Compagno inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991. Plaque includes image of Compagno and a brief biography: "Tony Compagno was the first athlete inducted into the Jefferson High School Sports Hall of Fame when it opened. He was a slashing runner who starred in high school, college and the professional ranks. After graduating from Jefferson, he attended St Mary's College where he was a standout for the Gaels in classic battles with Fordham University. His college feats gained him a berth on the East-West Shrine football team in 1942. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, Compagno became a starting fullback for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played offense and defense for the Steelers from 1945 to 1949. In one memorable game in 1947, he was one of a trio of Steelers to score a touchdown in a period of 108 seconds against the New York Giants. He retired from professional football in 1950 and assisted with high school sports as an official until his death at the age of 50."

Plaque commemorating Tony Compagno inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991. Plaque includes image of Compagno and a brief biography: "Tony Compagno was the first athlete inducted into the Jefferson High School Sports Hall of Fame when it opened. He was a slashing runner who starred in high school, college and the professional ranks. After graduating from Jefferson, he attended St Mary's College where he was a standout for the Gaels in classic battles with Fordham University. His college feats gained him a berth on the East-West Shrine football team in 1942. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, Compagno became a starting fullback for the Pit

Image of 1978.319.036 - Admission Ticket, 1977. Red-orange paper ticket number 4575 for the 50th annual San Mateo vs Burlingame football game, held as part of San Mateo High School's 75th anniversary reunion. The game was held Thanksgiving Day, November 24 1977, at 11 AM.

1978.319.036 - Admission Ticket, 1977. Red-orange paper ticket number 4575 for the 50th annual San Mateo vs Burlingame football game, held as part of San Mateo High School's 75th anniversary reunion. The game was held Thanksgiving Day, November 24 1977, at 11 AM.

Admission Ticket, 1977. Red-orange paper ticket number 4575 for the 50th annual San Mateo vs Burlingame football game, held as part of San Mateo High School's 75th anniversary reunion. The game was held Thanksgiving Day, November 24 1977, at 11 AM.

Image of 2009.030.126 - Plaque commemorating Rich Morales of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25,1995.  Plaque includes image of Morales and a brief biography:  "For Rich Morales, baseball was never a job.  It was a joy.  As a youngster growing up on the San Mateo County Coastside in the 1950's, he wound up at Daly City's Westmoor High and, later, at the College of San Mateo where his baseball career took off.  /  His Westmoor teams were regarded as being among the best on the Peninsula during that era.  Four players from those teams signed professional baseball contracts.  /  Morales, a slick-fielding infielder, spent eight years in the major leagues, playing for the Chicago White Sox and the San Diego Padres.  /  He played in 480 games and collected 205 hits, six of them home runs.  He later managed in the minor leagues, leading his teams to three championships.  He also was a major league coach for a time."

2009.030.126 - Plaque commemorating Rich Morales of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25,1995. Plaque includes image of Morales and a brief biography: "For Rich Morales, baseball was never a job. It was a joy. As a youngster growing up on the San Mateo County Coastside in the 1950's, he wound up at Daly City's Westmoor High and, later, at the College of San Mateo where his baseball career took off. / His Westmoor teams were regarded as being among the best on the Peninsula during that era. Four players from those teams signed professional baseball contracts. / Morales, a slick-fielding infielder, spent eight years in the major leagues, playing for the Chicago White Sox and the San Diego Padres. / He played in 480 games and collected 205 hits, six of them home runs. He later managed in the minor leagues, leading his teams to three championships. He also was a major league coach for a time."

Plaque commemorating Rich Morales of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25,1995. Plaque includes image of Morales and a brief biography: "For Rich Morales, baseball was never a job. It was a joy. As a youngster growing up on the San Mateo County Coastside in the 1950's, he wound up at Daly City's Westmoor High and, later, at the College of San Mateo where his baseball career took off. / His Westmoor teams were regarded as being among the best on the Peninsula during that era. Four players from those teams signed professional baseball contracts. / Morales, a slick-fielding infielder, spent eight years in the major leagues, playing

Image of 2009.030.096 - Plaque commemorating Bill & Bucky Kahler  being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991.  Plaque includes image of  the Kahlers and a brief biography:  "Bill and Bucky Kahler were lengendary all-around athletes at San Mateo High School in the late '40s and early '50s, earning All -Conference honors in baseball, football and basketball.  /  Remarkably, both brothers would later achieve fame in professional baseball, reaching the AAA level at Lousiville, Ky., and Sacramento.  /  Bill Kahler's true love was officiating high school, junior college and university-level sports.  Over a 40-year span, he would work more than 8,500 games.  /  Bucky Kahler was a brilliant quarterback.  He led San Mateo to the 1954 Peninsula Ahtletic League title and earned himself a grid scholarship to the University of Minnesota.  /  He was voted the freshman Most Valuable Player at Minnesota before and injury cut short his collegiate career."

2009.030.096 - Plaque commemorating Bill & Bucky Kahler being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991. Plaque includes image of the Kahlers and a brief biography: "Bill and Bucky Kahler were lengendary all-around athletes at San Mateo High School in the late '40s and early '50s, earning All -Conference honors in baseball, football and basketball. / Remarkably, both brothers would later achieve fame in professional baseball, reaching the AAA level at Lousiville, Ky., and Sacramento. / Bill Kahler's true love was officiating high school, junior college and university-level sports. Over a 40-year span, he would work more than 8,500 games. / Bucky Kahler was a brilliant quarterback. He led San Mateo to the 1954 Peninsula Ahtletic League title and earned himself a grid scholarship to the University of Minnesota. / He was voted the freshman Most Valuable Player at Minnesota before and injury cut short his collegiate career."

Plaque commemorating Bill & Bucky Kahler being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991. Plaque includes image of the Kahlers and a brief biography: "Bill and Bucky Kahler were lengendary all-around athletes at San Mateo High School in the late '40s and early '50s, earning All -Conference honors in baseball, football and basketball. / Remarkably, both brothers would later achieve fame in professional baseball, reaching the AAA level at Lousiville, Ky., and Sacramento. / Bill Kahler's true love was officiating high school, junior college and university-level sports. Over a 40-year span, he would work more than 8,500 games. / Bucky Kahler was a brilliant

Image of 2017.008.043.23 - LA City School District Award Ribbon, 1956. Rectangular orange-brown paper ribbon issued to JoAnn Semones by Lorne St. School for placing second in the baseball throw event. The name, date, event, and school are all handwritten in pen in cursive, while the rest of the text on the ribbon is printed. At the very top is handwritten "5th Grade Girls". There are two holes at the top as though from a safety pin.

2017.008.043.23 - LA City School District Award Ribbon, 1956. Rectangular orange-brown paper ribbon issued to JoAnn Semones by Lorne St. School for placing second in the baseball throw event. The name, date, event, and school are all handwritten in pen in cursive, while the rest of the text on the ribbon is printed. At the very top is handwritten "5th Grade Girls". There are two holes at the top as though from a safety pin.

LA City School District Award Ribbon, 1956. Rectangular orange-brown paper ribbon issued to JoAnn Semones by Lorne St. School for placing second in the baseball throw event. The name, date, event, and school are all handwritten in pen in cursive, while the rest of the text on the ribbon is printed. At the very top is handwritten "5th Grade Girls". There are two holes at the top as though from a safety pin.

Image of 2017.008.043.24 - LA City School District Award Ribbon, 1956. Rectangular orange-brown paper ribbon issued to JoAnn Semones by Lorne St. School for placing second in the 220 yard run. The name, date, event, and school are all handwritten in pen in cursive, while the rest of the text on the ribbon is printed. At the very top is handwritten "5th Grade Girls". There are two holes at the top as though from a safety pin.

2017.008.043.24 - LA City School District Award Ribbon, 1956. Rectangular orange-brown paper ribbon issued to JoAnn Semones by Lorne St. School for placing second in the 220 yard run. The name, date, event, and school are all handwritten in pen in cursive, while the rest of the text on the ribbon is printed. At the very top is handwritten "5th Grade Girls". There are two holes at the top as though from a safety pin.

LA City School District Award Ribbon, 1956. Rectangular orange-brown paper ribbon issued to JoAnn Semones by Lorne St. School for placing second in the 220 yard run. The name, date, event, and school are all handwritten in pen in cursive, while the rest of the text on the ribbon is printed. At the very top is handwritten "5th Grade Girls". There are two holes at the top as though from a safety pin.

Image of 1978.319.002A - San Mateo-Burlingame Football Game Ticket, 1977.  Un-used ticket #0206 for a closed circuit TV viewing in the San Mateo High cafeteria of the San Mateo-Burlingame Football game to be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, 24 November 1977.  Admission price was $1.25.

1978.319.002A - San Mateo-Burlingame Football Game Ticket, 1977. Un-used ticket #0206 for a closed circuit TV viewing in the San Mateo High cafeteria of the San Mateo-Burlingame Football game to be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, 24 November 1977. Admission price was $1.25.

San Mateo-Burlingame Football Game Ticket, 1977. Un-used ticket #0206 for a closed circuit TV viewing in the San Mateo High cafeteria of the San Mateo-Burlingame Football game to be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, 24 November 1977. Admission price was $1.25.

Image of 2009.030.024 - Plaque commemorating Nate Branch being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991.  Plaque includes image of  Branch and a brief biography:  "Nate Branch's ball has bounced on many courts since his halcyon days at Ravenswood High School.  The East Palo Alto basketball player parlayed his passion for the sport and Ravenswood basketball coach Tom Crane's encouragement into a 15-year career with the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, visiting every corner of the Earth.  Still, Branch's most treasured memories of his extensive basketball career are about a high school playoff game at Stanford University's old Pavilion.  It was his baseline jumper with five seconds left in the fifth overtime which gave Ravenswood the Peninsula Basketball Tournament title against St. Elizabeth of Oakland in a game that arguably stands as the most dramatic prep game ever played on the Peninsula.  Branch went on to star at the University of Nebraska and then eschewed pro bids from both the ABA and NBA to join his former childhood idols, Marques Haynes and Meadowlark Lemon.  Branch retired several years ago and has returned to live in East Palo Alto."

2009.030.024 - Plaque commemorating Nate Branch being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991. Plaque includes image of Branch and a brief biography: "Nate Branch's ball has bounced on many courts since his halcyon days at Ravenswood High School. The East Palo Alto basketball player parlayed his passion for the sport and Ravenswood basketball coach Tom Crane's encouragement into a 15-year career with the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, visiting every corner of the Earth. Still, Branch's most treasured memories of his extensive basketball career are about a high school playoff game at Stanford University's old Pavilion. It was his baseline jumper with five seconds left in the fifth overtime which gave Ravenswood the Peninsula Basketball Tournament title against St. Elizabeth of Oakland in a game that arguably stands as the most dramatic prep game ever played on the Peninsula. Branch went on to star at the University of Nebraska and then eschewed pro bids from both the ABA and NBA to join his former childhood idols, Marques Haynes and Meadowlark Lemon. Branch retired several years ago and has returned to live in East Palo Alto."

Plaque commemorating Nate Branch being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991. Plaque includes image of Branch and a brief biography: "Nate Branch's ball has bounced on many courts since his halcyon days at Ravenswood High School. The East Palo Alto basketball player parlayed his passion for the sport and Ravenswood basketball coach Tom Crane's encouragement into a 15-year career with the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, visiting every corner of the Earth. Still, Branch's most treasured memories of his extensive basketball career are about a high school playoff game at Stanford University's old Pavilion. It was his baseline jumper with five seconds left

Image of 1978.319.036A - Admission Ticket, 1977. Red-orange paper ticket number 4576 for the 50th annual San Mateo vs Burlingame football game, held as part of San Mateo High School's 75th anniversary reunion. The game was held Thanksgiving Day, November 24 1977, at 11 AM.

1978.319.036A - Admission Ticket, 1977. Red-orange paper ticket number 4576 for the 50th annual San Mateo vs Burlingame football game, held as part of San Mateo High School's 75th anniversary reunion. The game was held Thanksgiving Day, November 24 1977, at 11 AM.

Admission Ticket, 1977. Red-orange paper ticket number 4576 for the 50th annual San Mateo vs Burlingame football game, held as part of San Mateo High School's 75th anniversary reunion. The game was held Thanksgiving Day, November 24 1977, at 11 AM.

Image of 2009.030.133 - Plaque commemorating John Noce being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991.  Plaque includes image of  Noce and a brief biography:  "John Noce has coached more than 365 baseball players at College of San Mateo over the past 30 years and has touched countless other lives through his love of baseball.  /  His teams have won more than 750 community college baseball games, by far the most in California state history.  That figure represents a winning edge of better than 65 percent.  /  CSM has won 13 Golden Gate and Big 8 Conference titles.  College of San Mateo teams have reached the state championship game four times and the Northern California title game on seven occasions under Noce.  /  In 30 complete seasons, the Bulldogs have had 28 winning records.  Noce has seen 197 players go on to four-year schools, 69 players sign professional contracts and eight reach the major leagues.  /  Noce, who grew up in Richmond, came to the College of San Mateo as a student in the late '40s.  He lived in a dorm at the Coyote point campus and played baseball under Herb Hudson.  /  Noce is a veteran of two campus changes and is the only baseball coach CSM has known since moving to the hilltop."

2009.030.133 - Plaque commemorating John Noce being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991. Plaque includes image of Noce and a brief biography: "John Noce has coached more than 365 baseball players at College of San Mateo over the past 30 years and has touched countless other lives through his love of baseball. / His teams have won more than 750 community college baseball games, by far the most in California state history. That figure represents a winning edge of better than 65 percent. / CSM has won 13 Golden Gate and Big 8 Conference titles. College of San Mateo teams have reached the state championship game four times and the Northern California title game on seven occasions under Noce. / In 30 complete seasons, the Bulldogs have had 28 winning records. Noce has seen 197 players go on to four-year schools, 69 players sign professional contracts and eight reach the major leagues. / Noce, who grew up in Richmond, came to the College of San Mateo as a student in the late '40s. He lived in a dorm at the Coyote point campus and played baseball under Herb Hudson. / Noce is a veteran of two campus changes and is the only baseball coach CSM has known since moving to the hilltop."

Plaque commemorating John Noce being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 28, 1991. Plaque includes image of Noce and a brief biography: "John Noce has coached more than 365 baseball players at College of San Mateo over the past 30 years and has touched countless other lives through his love of baseball. / His teams have won more than 750 community college baseball games, by far the most in California state history. That figure represents a winning edge of better than 65 percent. / CSM has won 13 Golden Gate and Big 8 Conference titles. College of San Mateo teams have reached the state championship game four times and the Northern California title game on sev

Image of 2009.030.034 - Plaque commemorating Reggie Camp of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993.  Plaque includes image of Camp and a brief biography:  "At Daly City's Jefferson High, Reggie Camp could never have envisioned what lay ahead for him in the violent world of football.  During his first three seasons at the North County school, losing was the program's hallmark.  But, in his senior year, the Indians nearly won the North Peninsula League title.
Camp, an unrelenting, aggressive defensive lineman, went from Jeff to the University of California at Berkeley and then to the National Football League, playing as a defensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns, the Houston Oilers and the Atlanta Falcons.  He was a third-round draft selection for the Browns."

2009.030.034 - Plaque commemorating Reggie Camp of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993. Plaque includes image of Camp and a brief biography: "At Daly City's Jefferson High, Reggie Camp could never have envisioned what lay ahead for him in the violent world of football. During his first three seasons at the North County school, losing was the program's hallmark. But, in his senior year, the Indians nearly won the North Peninsula League title. Camp, an unrelenting, aggressive defensive lineman, went from Jeff to the University of California at Berkeley and then to the National Football League, playing as a defensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns, the Houston Oilers and the Atlanta Falcons. He was a third-round draft selection for the Browns."

Plaque commemorating Reggie Camp of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993. Plaque includes image of Camp and a brief biography: "At Daly City's Jefferson High, Reggie Camp could never have envisioned what lay ahead for him in the violent world of football. During his first three seasons at the North County school, losing was the program's hallmark. But, in his senior year, the Indians nearly won the North Peninsula League title. Camp, an unrelenting, aggressive defensive lineman, went from Jeff to the University of California at Berkeley and then to the National Football League, playing as a defensive lineman for the Cleveland

Image of 2009.030.030 - Plaque commemorating Wally Bunker being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25, 1995.  Plaque includes image of  Bunker and a brief biography:  "In the long and storied history of prep baseball in San Mateo County, there might never have been a more overpowering pitcher than Capuchino High's Wally Bunker, a tall, flame-throwing right-hander who simply overwhelmed his opponents.  In the early 1960s, Bunker was simply the best - perhaps the best ever.  He made it to the major league level one year after graduating from the San Bruno school.  In 1964 while with Baltimore of the American League, he fashioned a 19-4 record, with a 2.69 ERA.  He was named the AL's top rookie pitcher.  During his major league career - which was hampered by arm problems - Bunker produced an overall 60-52 record, with a 3.51 ERA.  He pitched in more than 200 games and 1,080 innings."

2009.030.030 - Plaque commemorating Wally Bunker being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25, 1995. Plaque includes image of Bunker and a brief biography: "In the long and storied history of prep baseball in San Mateo County, there might never have been a more overpowering pitcher than Capuchino High's Wally Bunker, a tall, flame-throwing right-hander who simply overwhelmed his opponents. In the early 1960s, Bunker was simply the best - perhaps the best ever. He made it to the major league level one year after graduating from the San Bruno school. In 1964 while with Baltimore of the American League, he fashioned a 19-4 record, with a 2.69 ERA. He was named the AL's top rookie pitcher. During his major league career - which was hampered by arm problems - Bunker produced an overall 60-52 record, with a 3.51 ERA. He pitched in more than 200 games and 1,080 innings."

Plaque commemorating Wally Bunker being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25, 1995. Plaque includes image of Bunker and a brief biography: "In the long and storied history of prep baseball in San Mateo County, there might never have been a more overpowering pitcher than Capuchino High's Wally Bunker, a tall, flame-throwing right-hander who simply overwhelmed his opponents. In the early 1960s, Bunker was simply the best - perhaps the best ever. He made it to the major league level one year after graduating from the San Bruno school. In 1964 while with Baltimore of the American League, he fashioned a 19-4 record, with a 2.69 ERA. He was named the AL's top rook

Image of 2009.030.033 - Plaque commemorating Willy Cahill being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25, 1995.  Plaque includes image of  Cahill and a brief biography:  "Willy Cahill has made a career out of judo, a sporting discipline alien to many Americans.  Cahill, a South San Francisco High alum, has been teaching and coaching judo for the better part of four decades on the Peninsula.  An acclaimed judo master, Cahill's pupils have captured nearly 700 national and international titles since 1963.  A former judo coach at Stanford, Cahill was the U.S.Olympic judo mentor in 1988.  He also coached the U.S. national judo team from 1980 to 1990.  Cahill became a youth champion at the age of 16 in the North County.  As a coach, his San Bruno judo academy won nine straight California championships in the 1970's.  One of Cahill's students, Corrinne Shigemoto, has been named a U.S. Olympic judo coach."

2009.030.033 - Plaque commemorating Willy Cahill being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25, 1995. Plaque includes image of Cahill and a brief biography: "Willy Cahill has made a career out of judo, a sporting discipline alien to many Americans. Cahill, a South San Francisco High alum, has been teaching and coaching judo for the better part of four decades on the Peninsula. An acclaimed judo master, Cahill's pupils have captured nearly 700 national and international titles since 1963. A former judo coach at Stanford, Cahill was the U.S.Olympic judo mentor in 1988. He also coached the U.S. national judo team from 1980 to 1990. Cahill became a youth champion at the age of 16 in the North County. As a coach, his San Bruno judo academy won nine straight California championships in the 1970's. One of Cahill's students, Corrinne Shigemoto, has been named a U.S. Olympic judo coach."

Plaque commemorating Willy Cahill being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 25, 1995. Plaque includes image of Cahill and a brief biography: "Willy Cahill has made a career out of judo, a sporting discipline alien to many Americans. Cahill, a South San Francisco High alum, has been teaching and coaching judo for the better part of four decades on the Peninsula. An acclaimed judo master, Cahill's pupils have captured nearly 700 national and international titles since 1963. A former judo coach at Stanford, Cahill was the U.S.Olympic judo mentor in 1988. He also coached the U.S. national judo team from 1980 to 1990. Cahill became a youth champion at the age of 1

Image of 2009.030.052 - Plaque commemorating Ray Dejong of South San Francisco High being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 31, 1994.  Plaque includes image of Dejong and a brief biography:  "Ray DeJong coached at South San Francisco High School for nearly four decades, including 28 years as varsity head coach.  In his 35 seasons as a grid coach for the Warriors from 1950 to 1985--including seven with the frosh-soph--his teams had a 154-94-8 record in 28 varsity seasons.  His teams also collected nine league titles, a 29-game winning streak int he mid-'60s and three undefeated seasons.  He was also a starting lineman for two undefeated Berkeley teams under Pappy Waldorf in 1948 and '49, and he played in two Rose Bowls."

2009.030.052 - Plaque commemorating Ray Dejong of South San Francisco High being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 31, 1994. Plaque includes image of Dejong and a brief biography: "Ray DeJong coached at South San Francisco High School for nearly four decades, including 28 years as varsity head coach. In his 35 seasons as a grid coach for the Warriors from 1950 to 1985--including seven with the frosh-soph--his teams had a 154-94-8 record in 28 varsity seasons. His teams also collected nine league titles, a 29-game winning streak int he mid-'60s and three undefeated seasons. He was also a starting lineman for two undefeated Berkeley teams under Pappy Waldorf in 1948 and '49, and he played in two Rose Bowls."

Plaque commemorating Ray Dejong of South San Francisco High being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 31, 1994. Plaque includes image of Dejong and a brief biography: "Ray DeJong coached at South San Francisco High School for nearly four decades, including 28 years as varsity head coach. In his 35 seasons as a grid coach for the Warriors from 1950 to 1985--including seven with the frosh-soph--his teams had a 154-94-8 record in 28 varsity seasons. His teams also collected nine league titles, a 29-game winning streak int he mid-'60s and three undefeated seasons. He was also a starting lineman for two undefeated Berkeley teams under Pappy Waldorf in 1948 and '49, a