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Armed for victory. With arms outstretched, the sophomore class strains to win the yelling competition at the second rally of the year. Though they were disqualified for booing, most of the class remained enthusiastic and enjoyed the rest of the rally. A relative surprise. A smiling Dave Hunt reaches expectantly for what he thinks will be a kiss from a spirit leader at the October western rally. The spirit leaders played a prank on the football players, however and Dave found himself embracing his mother. The first steps. The spirit leaders march down the 500 " s hall on their way to the first noon rally. For most spirit rallies, the spirit leaders followed the band from the music rooms to the front lawn or to the Quad. The final trim. Students watch with interest as Mark Navone, Heidi Timkin, Mr. Robert Zimmerman and Mrs. Carol Stately cut a ribbon to officially open the Quad. Most of those who relaxed on the grass considered it an improvement over the hard cement of the old square. Not pictured: Bijan Paul Abbassi ' 84, John Anders ' 82, Juliane Babcock ' 82, Carolyn Baker ' 82, Barbara Bales ' 82, Leslie Ball ' 82, Jeff Bartling ' 82, Nancy Baughman ' 82, Bill Bell ' 82, Michael Bennett ' 83, Geoff Boodell ' 82, Doug Bradler ' 84, Stuart Bridges ' 82, Blake Byall ' 84, Graham Chaffee ' 82, Chris Chilcote ' 84, Tracy Cianci ' 82, Frank Colwell ' 83, Bruce Damon ' 83, Jan Darley ' 84, Richard Cameron Dasso ' 82, Matthew DeBisschop ' 83, Dalisay Delgado ' 82, Brooks Dickinson ' 82, Peter Dishong ' 82, Todd Doran ' 82, Edward Dunn ' 83, Keith Erickson ' 82, Mike Ewart ' 82, Peter Feldman ' 83, Todd Findley ' 82, Tim Finnerty ' 83, Puck Forslund ' 82, Grant Gabbard ' 82, Tina Gellespie ' 83, Andrew George ' 83, Timothy Geraghty ' 82, Linda Gerspen ' 82, Donald Giacoma ' 82, Michael Gollenbusch ' 83, Brant Good ' 82, Robert Gordon ' 84, Linda Green ' 84, Cesar Gronning ' 84, David Gustafson ' 82, Eric Hall ' 82, Douglas Hardy ' 84, Jim Hayes ' 82, Lanore Henry ' 82, Todd Hensley ' 83, Jim Holden ' 82, Brett Howard ' 83, Drew Huntley ' 84, Matthew Iskra ' 83, Barry Jacobs ' 84, Mark Jeffry ' 84, Sandy Junnarkar ' 84, Richard Kannry ' 82, James Kint ' 82, Eric Kruger ' 82, Dan Krummenacher ' 82, Jeff LaRossa ' 84, Raniah Lee ' 84, Matt Lewis ' 82, Robert Lewis ' 83, Robin Lewis ' 82, William Lewis ' 82, Pam Li ' 82, Peter Linn ' 82, Susan Lipson ' 82, Kevin Lynch ' 82, Robert McDonald ' 82, Peter Malmlof ' 82, Apryl Martin ' 82, Terry Mattox ' 83, Christina Marridis ' 82, Neil McAdam ' 82, Kent McKay ' 82, Chip McNeill ' 83, Scott McPhee ' 83, David Miller ' 83, Katie Miller ' 82, John Modersbach ' 84, Kurt Monser ' 84, Mike Morris ' 82, Terri Nelson ' 83, Bruce Nemanic ' 82, Fionn O ' Neill ' 82, Pete Paradero ' 82, Gina Pereyia ' 84, Colleen Perrin ' 83, Dave Perrin ' 82, Keith Peterson ' 84, Maria Polack ' 84, Mauricio Polack ' 82, James Ponsford ' 82, Joseph Praster ' 82, Marty Ray ' 82, Philip Ray ' 82, Robin Riris ' 83, Debby Rix ' 84, Sue Roberts ' 82, Scott Robinson ' 82, Pete Rogers ' 82, Angelina Rosario ' 83, Heather Ross ' 82, Irene Ross ' 82, Roger Ross ' 83, Gerrit Ross ' 82, Jay Ryder ' 82, Curt Schoelkopf ' 82, Craig Sevenson ' 83, Michael Shaw ' 83, Theresa Sherman ' 82, Tom Souza ' 82, Craig Tabor ' 83, Mike Tehan ' 84, Dean Tompson ' 84, Todd Tweedy ' 82, Matt Watson ' 82, Bill Watt ' 82, Scott Webber ' 84, Alan Willcuts ' 82, Steve Wood ' 82, Tom Zeman ' 82. 167 LOWER CLASS
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Megaphones and Messages Cymbals clashed, pompons rustled and cheers of enthusiasm filled the air as stu- dents, determined to win the night ' s football game against California High School, gathered to show their sup- port. The sun glared down on Brass on the grass. At the opening of the Quad the rally band plays " All Right Now " to entertain the students. Mike Cutter conducted a few organized songs, but the band generally improvised its way through the lunchtime program. the students sprawled on the front lawn as they watched the spirit leaders perform their routines at the first of many lively noontime rallies. Not only did the rallies jazz up mundane lunch periods, but they also affected a team ' s performance. " Rallies get the spirit going for the game; then more people hear about it and we draw a bigger crowd that night, " commented Rally Commissioner Sally Le- werenz. Varsity football player Roy Erickson added, " I think the spirit rallies help my play better. It ' s nice to know that someone cares. " On a slightly different note, mandatory assemblies re- quired advanced planning, rearranged class schedules and, often, professional per- formers. A look behind the scenes revealed an eager Jan- ette Larsen, Programs Com- missioner, screening bands at talent agencies and examining reams of references. Janette ex- plained, " Everyone at school is going to see the performers I pick, so they had better be good! This year I ' d like to do something different like engaging a hypnotist. " However well planned they were, there was still contro- versy about assemblies. " I be- lieve the assemblies offer good educational experiences, com- mented English teacher Robert Jensen, " However, near the end of the year there are too many, and the students get restless and won ' t concen- trate. " Junior Matt Welsh re- marked, I like having shorter classes. At a school I attended in Colorado, all assemblies and rallies were after school, and mandatory. " Rallies and assemblies were refreshing additions to the te- dium of a normal schedule. Sally said, " Rallies give us a chance to show our pride. School isn ' t just for homework, you know! " Annette Wilson ' 84 Danielle Wilson ' 84 Jim Wilson ' 84 Kristie Wilson ' 84 Bryna Winchell ' 84 Jon Winchell ' 84 Patty Wing ' 84 Julie Wiseman ' 82 Tracy Wiseman ' 83 Byungkwan Woo ' 83 Leslie Wood ' 82 Vickie Wood ' 82 Dayna Woods ' 82 Mike Woolf ' 83 Randy Worsley ' 83 Tom Worthington ' 83 Tom Wright ' 83 Beverly Wulf ' 82 Diana Yallech ' 83 Lisa Yates ' 83 Rob Yeaman ' 84 Gordon Young ' 84 Mike Yturri ' 84 Lisa Zavala ' 83 Kristen Zensuis ' 82 Angie Zimmerman ' Skip Zimmerman ' 84 Julie Zygutis ' 83 f!EA » 166 LOWER CLASS
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JEFF KEITH AIELLO Block A 2; Football 1,2; Track 1,3. TOM AINSWORTH CRAIG DENNIS ALLEN Block A 4; Football 1,3,4; Homecoming Court 3. CRAIG MITCHELL ANDERSON Blueprint 3; Drama Club 2,3,4; Stage Crew 3. FRAN K ANDREWS LISA ARAM (NOT PICTURED) ANTHONY ALEXANDER ASPINWALL AFS 4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Block A 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4. SHELLEY ASTON MARK AVILA (NOT PICTURED) PAUL BACKOWSKI ROB CHRISTOPHER BAGGOT AFS 2,3; Block A 2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4. TERRENCE BAKER CARL JOHN BALL CSF 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 4; French Club 4; Stage Crew 4; Track 1,4. LISA GRAY BANGS Transferred: New Trier East ' 78 AFS 2,3,4; Block A 2,3,4; Blood Drive 4; Blueprint 3,4; CSF 2,3,4; Foreign Affairs Club 4; German Club 2; Spanish Honorary 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4. STEPHEN BARRON (NOT PICTURED) JON FERDINAND BEERNINK Block A 1,3,4; Blood Drive 3,4; Spanish Honorary 1; Tennis 1,3,4. BRUCE BENNETT JOHN DALE BENNETT AFS 1,2,3,4; AKLAN 2,3,4; Cross Country 3; CSF 1,2,3,4; Foreign Affairs Club 1,2,3,4; Foreign Exchange Student 3; MAA Math 1,2,3,4; National Merit Finalist 4; Review Commission 2,3; Science Seminar 2,3,4; Spanish Honorary 1,2,3; Speech Club 2,3,4; Student Board 4; Student Rep. 1; Tennis 2; Track 3; WASC Evaluation Committee 4. NICOLA MARY BERNARD A Cappella 4; AFS 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Fashion Show 1,2; Junior Volunteer 1,2,3; Operetta 4; Tennis 2. GONZALO ALBERTO BERROCAL AFS 4; Foreign Exchange Student 4; Soccer 4; Swimming 4. SHAWNNA LYNN BERTOLINA Dance Club 3,4; Dance Production 3,4; Home Ec. Club 4; Powderpuff 3; Swimming 1 . km iS 168 SENIORS
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