Alameda High School - Acorn Yearbook (Alameda, CA)

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With an unexpected enrollment of 80 students, A.H.S. moved to a three-story wooden building near the Old Haight School on Santa Clara Ave. 1Combining the high school with Haight Elementary School in 1897 made the enrollment of nearly 100 students easier to handle for the seven teachers. High School then in Alameda consisted of a three-year course of study for junior, middle, and senior years. Students took part in English, history, Greek, Latin, math, Civics, German, physics, and chemistry. One-third of all the graduates entered college. Twenty-eight proud seniors walked through Principal Dr. A.W. Scott's office in 1897 to receive their diplomas. The graduation ball in June climaxed the Commencement celebration. 'ln ec , ,1fa. , adaaaea ?gEEMWy 1 Tx C , MQWE? ,, ,,VfffV,iNV ,yi-Mii i'-V 1 A ,awaaao,,fw . V, 1 A ' A Q11 iiqgiv '.. Q '17, I ,Yr : 'H scaoor. CLAT or 1 A fig' 1' iliii 'ii 1 . asv at I898. , ' ew- + ummm: Row. W UPPER RUYN: 1 I 1714 MR,F.A.REYNOLDS.LATIN TEACH. Noiuals Sfmt-ax, 1 , " " Y JABBIE SYKES. KIAH HAMLHON. 1 ,af it Affi o f FLORENCE YCSUNG. JOHN BOVARD. 5 . li' 1 5 rf ,- QERTRUDE LANE. Enwm ous. f alilfdi 1, 1 , " iii ,,'s,i V 15' 'V if ,lzkfu f nf. fwfrii i. , Lv' 61711 7'-a a 'ng Classes of 1897 and 1898. i f jfMff?':fly 1- ' .1 E R.. ' so 'T' ' ' f' ., 1 df Je, A iz? x ' qE,1W,1?111?. 1 Wy, N , 1 Jr, , ev , , " ' gif fl, N pt , f f 6,114 ,ii .Lf ff NJ Q, K C1 il Xldptjkd ',,e - 1 1 1 1 Y f-..,, 1 ' 1455-1 " 4 1-2-, , kj, I ,J .,f"1 GJ ,.g!rL'.ZJz?,735:g? !l.f ' fr 7 J. 1 Saxvf vfeeyev za of ,, as 1 L1 , 1, 11. ' " A L, FJ! gk 1 , 4 Q77 gi 1 . ,kb 'I hifi, I '17 'M ia ' ii if 'X 1 . 9 lv ,j ffgf F. V14 - ug 1, 1 X 4 U - , or , 1 1 ., f , 1, , , , 1 . f1'- , , 5 . X, ,.w1-f,:,.f's,.m. Lf AJ 1 'X 1 WL? 1214 Gy , 77 9 A 1 7 - jrstf 1fJfl'ev1f NN fiww a Jawa 1, 1 a'f 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' v 'V 1 1. 187 ,lt KJV vigil 'VM " 'N NX! xehm' JP 1' J 1 17714 H X Ay , WU' fxkd + , id iw Q, 1s 0 u I A U I . X53 A3 N ef, K ,fl , FU Diploma received on May 28th, 'LQ xg ,Q 5, 3113 T, D1-5 ,W W O, 84. E' '3 I sf, yi QF N1 1'-Ln U tow 11 4,1 . xiikf I .1Y'.il,w 'fl E ,X 39 . , Q UY' 1' ' ,,7, !,f1,1L,Vjtk x,C..'X E. 1 ed 8 1 ,li ,HY 0, 2 X 11 ig 'U K., 5 A ... ,-fq , , 'W' X, , , Q ' Yifaiiffi lfwfiz Q, 1 7 fn , 1 , exe-i q: is li V ff, Sai fi? lf.. , , N H if I -V -' vfifwu V V K 0 W W. fa?"" ' wr is Principal of AHS in 1903, Dr. AW. Scott. The 1900 Baseball Team of Alameda High School. . If ZJJJ-J, ,LU-. 4 -L 'Lf ' Q- ,kvcvv JGJVCJ-f JU' A ,i . 7 ,m , , . JUWTN '11, v If Kr!! flyvyajvxfl AQQWV 1-f "J" X -f f WU f fvvvv' f,. , M41 ugfg'v 2 1 . ,7 -ul! xggjv f nkiflfwlf' 3 TTER the turn of the century, the first school-sponsored activities began. Students were involved in a new era as football, baseball, track, drama, and other subjects were introduced into the curriculum. By the early 19001s it was evident that a larger school was needed to house the ever growing number of AHS students. With the help of Alameda High Schoo1's student body, a school bond election was held, ending with spirited students celebrating the victory with a bonfire that evening. ln 1902 and 1903 the new Alameda High School, presently the language building, was built and dedicated. At that time, the total enrollment reached over 200 students. Steadily increasing in size, Alameda High Schoo1's student body in 1904 had grown to 372 students with 12 teachers. Dr. A.W. Scott, principal for 11 years, retired in 1904, having presented diplomas to all but 80 of the 550 AHS graduates up to that time. Principal Scott's replacement in 1904 was Dr. George Thompson. One of the first Class Presidents in 1906. ew. 'IVY Dr. Scott with the football team of 1901 The 1907 editors of the Acorn. f ft? rx XX X x X :X N Aff' f , Of' X bkwf X X 6 ' . ,', 3 ' Q L, ffk R51 j LM! ff U J f I X JD f Q1 if V 5 I vw, l KIWJP ff A X N P1 X NX I X I if J J 1 A 0' N I 1 if fy d fx fb A ff f 3 Q x p .fs V CW L 1' ,X x L ffl A rx WN Eaiyiyffxjxi ff fra of fm x fflvf f Aj XFX d Y Cf iq! Myww ef Wd ' w ,WS 2 W J w W f X ' 'X , PM A W mf A R W5 OWU XA NIN1 A Q Ui, 5 rw., V f Y lfghgaq ,N I , 7 , 1 Q . K . , , I 49 Q had 914 M wif Q v 'L 5 ? f 4 1. 5 M n ' 4 df mf, d T f V f"f'f - . A f J Q' ,J1 J j vc fx , " 'Q if 71524 , I ,gg yt' Q 1 3' I 1 Q 'iw , ,. 1, 1,1 if H V ,, f, H V, v 4, ff? Zfiiigh 305001 in XQDZ. f Bamboo Tree. 22fzf:nan.i?o.f3. mary Ccmro. KOSQGYQ' ECCMQ. Ferlcizwg 32o.5k.3..efta Templeton. ATBXine Lft0WWT?- Nn-7- Lalnnd QAMAAQTW. Om: of the first school plays produced in 1902. LeRoy Krusi AHS Student Body President Xt replacem- ent for the fall term of 1904 was a 31 year old scholar, Dr. George C. Thompson. During his time as principal from 1904 to 1939, enrollment increased from 372 to 1,000 students. , Alameda High School was developing as rapidly as the city. ln 1902 Alameda was changed from a peninsula from Oakland Harbor to San Leandro Bay. ln 1904, the Alaskan Pack- ers Association, then the largest salmon packing com- pany in the world, selected Alameda as its winter quar- ters. With its new freight terminals, Alameda became an important shipping port on the Pacific Coast. Alameda High School Faculty in 1911 mmf was ww gym?-Haw ge- 953 fat' 1 ',., ' , ,,,, , . , , ,N , 5 , ff e f' .,. , QW 1 3 , Eva Steele ills Girls enjoyed sports iln those days, too. A AHS swam Body 'X gf Q X . gf ,gg ,js , N Vice President Q1 , 'll X X Wg Ng JU 'Cy Q 1 1 . X" J 'l - A 0 li?-4 fa ff Six ru 2 BJP Q sl' Sl PJ ., 1 QT 5 SAX at W ,nf fs Q" NJ QL et sr H K E J p w Nike ss? sy fs. 't X , S ' AJ my tg aw sl 's -it ' A 1 U X. .XJ J f LX f fx- Wig V5 lj Qu H lx! om J O- rg ,FP ,T fs 1 Q5 .QJ ' -J' 'YJ 1 5 SX X A LQ gf L 5 fy-J , Q 31 'I' lt 0 7 bk X51 Ni x ffl Qi' Q 5' 'Q 46 1 H-Tj , wJ Q , .L x .J -f tj tx t '15 gf K ' N15 PJ .J WX. 91 N ,sn A s v tl CJ A Q ,130 iN ,NPD hi 'lgxd 1 x Q A- 1 PX X - ' A , A mg ,. , , 3 Qi K 3 X XX X ,X A P3 65? Y "SH!EKSOf 0910" The Class HShieksH of 1910. Alamedals football team inl9l3. Football Town, lil!!! , ,A Mgr' ,, M 1 r .X. 4 T 3 lv s -- t-sa . .. W K , v - , big part of the entertainment in the second decade of the 1900ls were the tunes that came out of the victrollas. Tunes like 'lToo Much Mustard," HAlexanderls Rag- time Bandfl and "When you Wore a Tulip" numbered among the popular songs for high schoolers. "Class Shieksf' like those of 1910, and Hloungelizardsf' ' were learning to dance the 'LArgentine Tangof' a bit daring for the teens of those days. But all wasn't "Wine and Roses,'l for in August, 1914, World Warl began. Coach Otto Rittler joined the AHS faculty in 1914. His Ger- man Military background not only put the rugby, football, base- N. ball, basketball, and swim teams in winning form, but also .N g '17 helped develop women's athletics at Alameda High. Also in training in 1914 were numbers of Alameda High School is -L Cadet Corps, under the leadership of CP. Magagnos, captain of - the local National Guard unit. The cadets drilled with retired 1""l - ' Civil War Rifles. N ' , The 1914 ACORN's Dedication page The All-School play of 1918. .... .... Y 0, M, ,, 1- , ,ffm ' ' -' -".-3:3111,-':3:,,-:fi-15412535'gfg:3:L:5,'-:,'-,-,,,fg-131, , i X, ' I tn 'K - -f - .Ii4'i'., ' -' ' l- -5,1 1 , ' L'- , A ,212 f lags g. if I, Q , ff, X Q 1 in X' X 2 " 1 ' " ' 1 ' 1 fr? ' fr- Q :- 1.- 0 'hu ts, l . G' ,- .Qc e . AA- ..,.0' gpg, -3, , , , t i . ' -,f " 2'-'-, "g-1211 .-: fd -'I-115 .1 -f4ci'Q,v-52342241 ao:-za, -Q 1 ',-, ' - 5 4 1 .A . 1 . . as 1 1-:ish L: "'---ow: f- ., Co George C. Chompeon and the Members of tbeifaculty Ula, the Students of the Hlameda high School fratcfully dedicate this moan of the "Hearn" QQ, By the end of World War 1, Alameda High and the world had undergone a tremendous change. ln 1918 the ACORN was dedicated to A.H.S. graduates who had volunteered their services to the defense of their country. Citizens, realizing the terror of war, danced in the streets because the war to end all wars was over. The educational process continued at A.H.S. Courses offered increased by adding home economics, industrial arts, and business education classes. ln 1917 girls had their fads too. They wore head bands of thin ribbon which went across the forehead and tied in the back. Dresses in the early twenties were mid-calf and girls wore long bulky coats with big pockets and collars. Some of the lucky ones even had coats trimmed with fur. Their hair was short and in soft feminine waves. Young gentlemen wore short pants, high- top shoes, pullover sweaters and brimmed caps. Most students walked to A.l'1.S., some bicycled and still others took the street cars. A few elite though, did drive the family auto. ln the post war years more young men were becoming interested in the R.O.T.C. programs such as the marching band, the color guard, the rifle team and the many different platoons. I xi ml in mon llKHl'.lHll.'ll,XN1 I ',. .xmyilwiv ..-.X '1 I ullisvivn K1i.f.m,I ll Iii ov ni ni Nl lllil sw' NH .,l,.f! livrIy"i1 nj-KAI. Zu r - k 'HU' H' N' HA u"x.N,' I-um xx Donald D. Lum's Senior portrait. early morning flag raising ceremony at Alameda High School is a proud tradition carried on by the Alameda High JROTC Cadet Battalion. The flag raising tradition was started more than 50 years ago in the fall of l923 when the Alameda Cadet Corps was first authorized. Every effort is made to carry on these traditions established by preceding JROTC classes and to formu- late and refine the numerous events and competitions which are so much a part of a viable organization. The JROTC curriculum, a flexible one, broadens the cadets' experience and provides them with a means of self-development. It stresses the importance of physical education and development, as well as good citizenship and self-discipline. A variety of activities are offered through JROTC, which is now open for participation by the girls. Among these are drill teams, honor guards, rifle teams, field trips to local military installations, orientation flights . M! 4 W kwi- Yigjgfef be if f . 1 'f .kv X . , y " ""-...' A-5 -, ,f .. g cf K, X 39? f Ph ij. ' . H Q . :fffwi . ,il H l S 5 . ,. 203 , , Q " 2 2 l . ? ,,.4wf"'wXx gg t K if ., A N ' Y J i l V if ' iid' i ' 2. 535531 m a g H i f s f U it at 5 L 4' at 'gk A . ,r A v ' s i i a Q if , ill s? , , I I Q 6 t Q, . 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A '4 7 L, 1 NQJ D L . A A -NVEQ 'i Q I. ,uv . ,wtf f .1 V - , A V , V J.. i w' Y f I, ,, V ly -M X!! Y V" ii- Q D vi WML . A !L,f Hams -rAni..:-ron KNOW!-AN I ., ,ig 1' Vfw i ff -X x i f gf Vi .J The boys of the 1920 football team. The Graduates of 1913 at City Hall. i is ,L Z M The Staff of the Acorn in 1916. Coach Otto Ritrler in 1917 Ad Board in 1920 K aifimifii-aagnl A Q is X. Tha- students of AHS in 1927 built this house by themselves. 'Z MW, The Rugby Team of 1920. LAMEBA High School's most memorable occasion was the dedication of the present high school on August 18, 1926. Although the science wing was recently remodeled and the language wing rebuilt, the structure of the main building remains essentially the same as it was in 1926. With the new school came many new clubs and organizations such as the Men's Block "A" which was started by Coach Otto Rittler. Other clubs included the German Club, Sword and Shield, Circulus Latinus, which was the largest club in 1930, and many more. Wild-colored socks were the fad in 1926 along with baggy pants and pull over sweaters. Girls enjoyed large colorful bows and hemlines to the knees. ln 1930 Alameda High School's swim team captured the ACAL swimming title and recorded their most successful season up to that date. In 1929, however, the stock market crashed and left many Americans in a state of panic. ln the period following the crash, great numbers of families felt the rusing unemployment rate. It was then that the city's Chamber of Commerce was organized to look over every part of the city's welfare. Mrs. Adelaise Fisk, Dean of Girls Mr. Willis Minium, Vice Principal1928 1928. LY Jw X .x X5 V3 5 L x., Xf v x A3 C F., , xv ,' , Q., " gy' -. ', D f D' D X . f J x X55 xv V 1 X fxll x, , Q X, U 'X. xx . 5 'M , xx ly' J I ,f VE X ,WX Q rfbi rw. I ' Mr' ,J G, W x, XX X w XJ lj X. QQ fy , .. XXX 4' 1 ,X Y ,J "Men who wear the gold and white Men who hear the call to fight Battle now for school and right. Onto victoryf' These words are the first stanza of the Alameda High School Hymn. Students sang it at the end of assemblies and always displayed loyalty for the school and city. ln 1936 Alameda's loyal Ad Board voted 36-2 in favor of a strike because the new school board had discharged Superintendent William G. Paden. At this time the city government was in a complete upheavel. Two new city councilmen sought to change the school board and many of the appointed offices such as the city manager in Alameda. A tremendous scandal took place during the ensuing year. On May 7, 1935, fists flew and threats became rampant at the city council meeting. The first thirty days of new city rule saw almost a complete turnover because the newly appointed city manager, B. Ray Fritz, dismissed reputable officials and squandered city money for his personal gain. When he had Mr. Paden dismissed, the students decided it was time for a change. They walked out of their classrooms and conducted an orderly protest. They said they wou1dn'r return to classes until Paden was reinstated as superintendent. The entire town was now concerned and a meeting was held in front of the high school. Protestors said that the action of the city officials was "an attempt to obtain, control of the educational system, of our city for their own selfish ends." The district attorney, Mr. E. Warren, stated that Mr. Paden's contract was for four years and that the board could not dismiss him unless a breach of contract was acted upon. Paden was reinstated and students resumed their normal routines. Soon after these trying political days, our nation was faced with another critical period in history. Adolf Hitler was uniting forces in Germany and japan was preparing its attack on Pearl Harbor. "THlil1HARMM',IlIXD1. The All School Play in 1930. i 1 -1. The members of the 1931 P.'I'.A. Students gather at Alameda Police Headquarters. Q - Y., .- ,-- Tp' -, 5 v A 1 afffz :'A' Q4 s .,,f 3.1, -Q S W ' r 3 if, -.ff ,..Y,,, ' . ,A-Qif, 'A .- f,. 1 1 ,Hf...,,,f, ' , ' . .."e,,.u .,j 1 ' ' -X 1. ,f,. . 1.-.-,ff ' ,n.,' ," ' ,n ' .j'..l.f:,. .,ff,. ,. '..f'.'." 4 fr 'A lf, W M iq ,hi ,,, , ,,',,-,-,.,, - . ,, .4 A fl ff' , I, 5 if ., U 15 1940 student body administration started off Crown later went on to become a well known California assemblyman. He died in May 1973 in a traffic accident. Crown's administration marked many firsts-more money taken in during football season than ever before, the first night football rally and the Oak Leaf, the school newspaper, was republish- ed after 5 years' idleness. The A.l'l.S. student body also welcomed Matt Bryan as new principal and Lloyd Sisler as drama coach. 1940 was also a memorable one for the football team and its follow- ers. The Hornets defeated the Berkeley Yellowjackets, 12-6, for the first time in 23 years, thus ending the 'Berkeley Jinxf' The team struggled through the following years, coming close, but never win- ning a league title, ln 1950 they tied with Berkeley for the A.C.A.L. title. All county team selections included Phil Thormahlen, Wayne Raymond, and George Lagono. The basketball team had better luck during those years. By 1948, Coach Hank Jones had led the Hornet Club to five A.C.A.L. cham- pionships in six years. The 1942 varsity baseball team also took the league championship. The beginning of World War II brought many changes to the A.H.S. student body. Students and teachers alike enlisted in the armed forces, and the 1942 ACORN was dedicated to them. ln 1943, Stu- dent 'Body President Dean Hamilton enlisted in the Navy and was called to active duty before his term expired. The effects of the War found 240 students in the R.O.T.C. program in the school. The 1946 yearbook was dedicated to the 75 men from the school who had died serving their country. Extracurricular activities during those school days included dan- sants, skating parties, military balls, and circus days. Penny loafers, saddle shoes, and bobby sox were the height of fashion. Gary Cooper and Greer Garson were the students' favorite actor and ac- tress. Glen Miller and NSentimental -lourneyn rated highly with the students as their favorite band and song respectively. Qther favorites included lngrid Bergman, Van johnson, Dinah Shore and Bing Crosby. under the leadership of president Robert Crown. Senior Sweethearts of '42, ' - ',V, N I ' in A W, t .. , an ga . , -f -4' a fs, ,,.,--" nf- , Qs- A 'qi ll 'Q ' 9, WE6,,., The 1940 Baseball team of A.H.S. 17 Barry Conner, Head Yell Leader. Emil Miland in l948. Baseball players pose for ACORN Camera - 1944. A.H.S. ,l.V. Football Team of 1945. 33' 13.4 In During the years 1948 - 1954 Alameda High students excelled in athletics and the theatre. Coach Hank Jones, Hornet cagers captured five championships in six years, highlighted by the 1953 first place finish in the Tournament of Champions at Berkeley. Outstanding performers included Bill Thompson, Sam Hitcher, and Willie Davis, all of whom were named All Northern California, All Tournament of Champions, and all ACAL. With Mr. Lloyd Sisler directing the drama program, such top if JY A VK. fix plays as "You Can't Take It With You," "Pink Magic," and "Father of the Bride" were performed by the students in the auditorium. ln 1951, during the Korean conflict, Principal Matt Bryan urged all students to stay in school and graduate, not to enlist in the service. With the advent of rock and roll, many new dances became popular. Favorite television programs included "1 Love Lucy," "Dragnet," and "Time for Beanyf' Ad Board in 1947, The 1945 Chess Club EF nw-I Sw 456- A F UK' E, 565 an The 1946 ROTC Band of Alameda High School. 1 U .S X Students enjoy lunch in Cafeteria. W ,bvnv-'GIF' Klv98M'lh9?P' CRW!! Gnuumann Gaye L'Vm,mr,,, Karin Mull: A.H.S. Yell Leaders of 1953 ... Alameda High's award-winning ROTC band. if h AWA ' , ' S o m e of th e English teachers who worked hard at AHS. ThCVafS1tyTmQkmm0f1955, Had an En-fhusias-HC Team . 1953 VARSSTY BASKETBALL AlAMEDA Berkeley E8 Cerriio Hayward Piedmont Richmond Sun Lorenzo Berkeiey El Cerritb Hayward Piedmont Richmond ll 'I' lt D s plcked as one of A smiling face and a happy word, is Mr. Mell. Members ofthe A.H.S. marching band. J- 'ruruuigg ' The Spring Yell Leaders of 1962. ,, X ,Tk , .1- Alameda's ROTC drilling on the front steps Mr. Lloyd Sisler listening to students perform. fm .. A' Ad Board in 1964. The 1964 officers of 'S' Club Chris Spier attending school at AHS. 1955 AHS won its first undisputed football championship under the leadership of Chuck Butler. ln 1956 Vice-President Ethel Rogers announced that Alameda High was the first school in the nation to win the National Safety Award eleven years in a row. Lew Jolley, Hank jones, and Chuck Butler were hailed as great coaches in their fields of track, baseball, and football, respectively. ln 1958 the new west wing of the building was built and once during its con- struction, operations got out of hand and the neighboring classes had to be evacuated. This was the period of rock and roll and high school life was greatly influenced by the new trend. Noon dances, hops, proms and balls attracted large crowds, even though records provided most of the music. Junior sweaters were a big hit with the students. Sororities and fraternities were very much a part of the school scene, with names such as the Deltas, Dianas, Sub-Debs, Spartans, Alatheans, and Delthinians. Boys' hair was styled in crewcuts and girls' pom-pon outfits were way below the knee. The football team performed before over-crowded bleachers and the halftime show was provided by the A.H.S. awardewinning band. 1960 started Alameda's still-intact football winning streak over cross-town rival Encinal. Chuck Butler retired as head coach due to an illness, and his position was amply filled by Forrest Klein, who then led the Hornet team to an impressive 81-7-2 record during his stay. Bob Blom- berg and Bob DeCe1le excelled in their respective fields of golf and cross-country during 1963. DeCe11e lost his life in Viet Nam and since then a memorial award in his name has been estab- lished and is presented each year to the outstanding member of the cross-country team. Chris Speier, shortstop for the San Francisco Giants, began his career at A.1'l.S. Matt Bryan retired as principal after I8 years and Lowell Mell replaced him until 1964. ln the fall of 1964 Mr. Ralph Cioffi became principal and remained until health reasons caused his retirement in the spring of 1967. The members of the strong varsity Baseball team of 1968. Spring Ad Board in 1968. , 3 1 TM Junk Pfincene A.H.S. Principal Don Bell in 1966. rl Wan mcvuoeo rrmcesses nanny meme-e. vrcix-1 'aAsm.9f,, Liufrcri mn Nggymgg-nb ang Higginbolhtm and Shirley Sdiaclit. The Junior Prom Court with Queen Tori Hansen. Dr. James Snell, Barry Conner and Mrs. Helen Hoeksema. l Stan Boyer, 1971, All-A.C.A.L. basketball player. 1967, Alameda High School spirit was alive and thriving with new goals and a new principal. With a sudden illness, Principal Ralph Cioffi left and Encinal's Principal Don Bell came to Alameda. Math classes, along with other classes, were changing from old programs to new. Computers took the place of teach- ers in recording the grades. With the appointment of ACORN advisor Rick Gamble in 1968, AHS saw many changes in the schoo1's.newspaper and yearbook. 1970 brought on a cross-town exchange week between Encinal and Alameda High School stu- dents. Also that year Harry Paslay, the first boy ever to receive the title of head yell leader, was elected at Alameda. ,K . 'ff Changes again appeared when principal Don Bell retired in 1971 after his 37-year career. Re- placing Principal Harry Price he began at Ala- meda in the fall of 1971. During the late 60's and early 70's the athletic teams won 35 consecutive games between 1967 and 1971 enroute to 3 A.C.A.L. titles. The boys' swim team won 9 consecutive championships from '63 to '71, the golf squad captured five titles, and the cross country team took two during the same period. 1973 was marked by Porter School's unfortunate destruction by fire, while A.H.S. students were notified of their eviction in June 1975, due to the California Field Act which requires that school buildings be earthquake safe. Plans are underway for a bond election November 12, 1974, to provide funds for the rebuilding the school at its present site. Today, in Alameda's one hundreth year, the high school is proudly graduating the centennial class of 1974. Pg. 28 Top: Homecoming Princesses and Queen in 1971. Middle: The spirit of 1972 showed at a noon rally before the Homecoming game. l Bottom: 1973 Homecoming activities included more than just the corwning of Queen Rehie Rechina. . LEFT: The last A.C.A.L. Championship football team of A.H.S. in 1971. Above: 1974 Principal Harry Price involved in deep thought. Below: Homecoming activities in 1974 included Princess Mary Ann Pinegar and escort Steve Buncan .fav VICKI LOWTHER DYANNA FRENCH Senlors Sports I BONNIE JOHNSON Clubs 1 PAT THOMAS Copy ,ff 77, , ,. A I ' f 6 W, ,, I f'4" I V':- I LYN LASAR Faculty BOB RHODES CAROL MOLNAR SP0rts Student Life CINDY RHODES Classes LISA HAYES CAROL O"I'OOLE Seniors Seniors . ANN DALE CINDY JOPLIN Copy Classes i BAR B SNOPKOWSKI Editor DAVE MCFANN Section Assistants CRAIG LAGUILLO TIN APPHEGIATIQN The 1974 ACORN Staff extends special thanks to the following people who assisted in the publication of this special section: Bordanaro 85 Zarcone Photographers Rick Gamble ACORN Advisor Don Freeman Pischel Yearbooks,1nc. Harry Price AHS Principal Leon Thomas David Class of 1918 Carol Tripp 1-leche Class of 1912 Ford E. 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Some of the active moments were held by the discussion of Students on the Board of Education as non-voting members, so that we would be able to give our opinions on the different issues. Another thought was that of individual offices or desks for each of the officers to work at. Robbie was very proud of the assembly results and that the human relations workshop was such a success. They also liked the thought of painting doors, to help brighten up the atmosphere around AHS. Each of the officers by the end of their office were put in charge of a project. Sheila took care of elections, Bobbie scheduled a Volleyball tournament, and Robbie and Allison pushed environmental awareness. Pg. 50 Top: Vice President Sheila Lynch Below Right: Financial Secretary Allison Kapchan Below Left: Yell Leader Liz Chavez Pg. Sl Top: President Robbie Silverman Below Right: Fall assembly for class of 1974. Below Left: Recording Secretary Bobbie Elzig. My "'2f?ft"w J? VVIV . r I lvl if f' if, Af Z0 .1 51 1 52 AIC!-Bmw md S66 midi mmf ' Don Ratto, speaker of AD Board, and members worked hard all year. They sponsored opening dance featuring Elvis Duck. Spirit week this year was based on class competition. Each class performed at a rally during the week. The senior class won the 525.00 prize. The board attended the S.L. conference this year and participated in many other activities. The Student Curriculum Council is finally getting on its feet with Sharon MCCorkell, chairperson, and Barb hlacak, co-chairperson. The S.C.C. compiled a book of courses and each class offered to aid students in selecting teachers and classes. The members work on improving present courses and installing new ones. Below-1973-74 Student Curriculum Council. Right-Sharon McCorkell, Robbie Silverman, Barb Jacak, Juanita Matsuoka, Left-Fall 1973 Ad Board. in M ff. , , .n Wd! Spud Ima Under the leadership of head yell leader Liz Chavez and head Pom-Pon girl Kathy Rourick the fall lines boosted spirit at games and noon rallies. Adding to the color of Spirit Week, the girls helped with class rallies and events, along with attending and performing at an assembly for the EHS student body, Below: Yell Leaders l to r: Mary Anne Swick, Jennifer Gault, Ruthann Seabock, Cindy Powell, Mariella Pacovsky and Lisa ljlayes. Pom Pon Girls l to r: Jackie Rouriek, Lynn Stiles, Lynn Anders, Bonnie johnson, Betty Murry, Karen Cerutti, and Cindy Pingree. 4 2 mp- 2? 7, i fi llli.'iiaF ali, Q f. 4 L it magbhvlv - ,Q L gf?" N 9 D 1 I UW ' im' , X., K E gag 'z ." -Q3 I :.. ,rm A -.f1, : P- H, R lE3Ni ' -MNH?-t V sf F152 kia Ghllltth 55 4 wa GW dim, 1973 The 1973 Homecoming game, held on Nov. l6, was wet and very muddy, but the events still progressed. To begin the Weeks activities the Queen candidates dug through flour for pennies. Another had the King candidates feeding the queens while blindfolded. For all of their efforts the boys received eggs dropped on their heads. At the game, halftime was to be the setting for the crowning, however due to traffic some participants were late. The Queen Debbi Sivyer and King Dave Archibald were then crowned after the game. Results: Queen: Debbi Sivyer 2: Kathy Hunter 3: Lynn Anders 4: Denise Healy 5: Maryanne Pinegar King: Dave Archibald Z: Jared Pinegar 3: Mark Ironside 4: John Snopkowski 5: Todd Wilcox Pg. 56 top: Kathy Hunter gl Todd Wilcox Below right: Queen Debbi Sivyer Below left: Maryanne Pinegar 81 Steve Buchan Pg. 57 top: Denise Healy 5LJ0l1l1 F Snopkowski Bottom: Lynn Anders e beefy! .fi 3 e-'95 'di .ii T2 -us." fig, a :ff exe... S Q! ,nam-M fp' W. ,f ,- If if , , MEM dk 5? , 3 .iw fvgzzwx 'wr f 3' N ' '1 .-" I 5 V . Vg . A .wa I ' 4 e - 1, 5 B 6 K' it W-an . Q ' 'hu ,M V'-wiv 'N Alf ,gf-7 T' . Wear C4 ff' . f 42. .. Mg:-Q ff i, 0 XX . f ll The Junior Class broke a tradition this year hy holding their Junior Prom in jack London Square at Goodmans Hall. The theme was "Sail on the Windn, as was the setting, on March 1 rain and wind was felt all evening. Manager and Co-managers were Lynn Pearson, Dyanna French and Maria Mariani respectively. The Queen Candidates were choosen in this order: Wendy Gingrich, Cindy Powell, Lynn Pearson, Lyndsay Kysor, and Queen Jennifer Gault. King Candidates were in this order: Steve Littlejohn, Mark lronside, jared Pinegar, Brad Osborn and King Aaron Placourakis. 'liop Left: Kim Coler-Dark Top Right: Cheryl Graham and Friends, Right: Manager Lynn Pearson, Co-managers Dyanna Freneh and Maria Mariani. Pg, 59 Top: junior Prom King and Queen Candidates. Bottom Right: King .-Karon Plaeourakis and Queen Jennifer Gault. Bottom Left: George Deliover and Kathy Laramie. 'WW .me 'Sm H45 0 Qlgg-3-. 'i2m1""' gy, .Q ' arg, -6339 'f :--f "' z X2 14 Summa All School Play Director Lon Ealces selected March 21, 22 and 23 as the dates of the musical "Damn Yankees." Student actors worked long and hard to polish their performances. Centering around the character joe Boyd, a baseball fan, tired of seeing the Yankees win the pennant every year. Joe ends up selling his soul to the Devil in order to help Washington beat the Yankees. Full of song and lighthearted humor Damn Yankees stars Kelly Richardson.The rest of the cast includes: Meg: Lissa Harrison: Applegate: Ted Smith: Sister: Lisa Hempy: Doris: jane Bradley: Lola: Cindy Pingree: Gloria: Denise Healy: Welch: George Layton: Van Buren: John Buitrago: Commissioner: Dan Miller: Postmaster: David Brown: Lynch: Betsy Purcell: Weston: Lynn Stiles: Weston's Asst.: Veronica Dare: Three fans and three girls: Debbie Barker, Laurie Joseph, Jan Brown: Radio Speeches: Steve Read: Baseball Players: Henry: Kurt Wetterling: Sohovik: Steve Read: Smokey: Quentin Couchot: Linville: David Smulyan: Rocky: Mark Chandler: Bouley: Ray Valerio: Lowe: David Brown: Bryan: Dan Miller: Mickey, Del Vernon: Gordon Franks: Strane: Jan Brown, Guard: Ray Valerie. Mrs. Molnar choreographed the dancing scenes and Mrs. Rolefson took care of the Chorus duties. "Damn Yankees promised to be a highly entertaining student production and fulfilled this premonition completely. 5 iz 95.4 .x I 'S' 'NWI 1 G w Y F 1 y ,Fly 5 i anal. 'KR 594 Q 5 V, X1 wr:- foozh .SW Runga We eau 7aqeZkm Barb Snopkowski led the yearbook staff in the production of the 100th ACORN for AHS. Section editors included Carol Molnar for Student Life, Vicki Lowther managing the Seniors, and Lyn Lasar with the Faculty. Dyanna French and assistant Bob Rhodes kept Sports together, along with Bonnie Johnson watching the Clubs. Copy editor Ann Dale with assistants Pat Thomas, Carol O'Toole and Bob Robertson, put the words in place. Bob Rhodes led Dan Mills, Jim Egerman, Steve Brown, Craig Lagillo, and -lim Peirce in the photography. ACORN advisor was Mr. Rick Gamble. The staff worked hard this year to produce the best ACORN possible for the students to keep and treasure from the 100th year of AHS. Pg. 62 Right: Clubs Editor Bonnie Johnson. Below Right: Photographer Steve Brown. Below Left: Ann Dale, Copy Editor. Pg. 63 Top Left: Bob Robertson copy assistant. Top Right: Cindy Rhodes Classes Editor. Bottom Right: Lyn Lasar Faculty editor. Bottom Left: Craig Laguillo Photographer. Nd 4 5 ' L If A awdrvo ,W W,.,.n .M N9 ,Z I A .. ,wi , i ,swf 'F K., My 2,-.Q may '.',lff?Q?! , -f vsS2"rQ-z N, Uakleaf Stag 7akw Qme Uf 'UQ AI Www R 90 w. 'F 35 Ms A -Q. M1 W. 'N Nu, n M A Q.. . PM , Y ,M 1-' Q 1' ra 4 S ,dzmedaa 10014 Qem Wah S 1 The fall semester of the Oakleaf was headed up by Therese Wiese followed by the Spring Editor Linda King. Their staff worked on reporting school activities. The 1973-1974 Journalism Class, with help from Barb Snopkowski, Mike Smith, Don Ratto, and Brad Osborn did all the writing. Dan Mills took care of all the photography. The Oakleaf advisor was Mr. Rick Gamble. Pg. 64 Top left: Barb Snopkowski relaxes after a pressing deadline. Top right: Reporter Brad Osborn ready and running. Bottom: Spring Editor Linda King with astronaut Edgar Mitchell after an interesting lecture. Pg. 65 Top left: Fall Editor Therese Wiese checking out the layouts before sending them to be printed, after a tough week. Below: Don Ratto receives his assignments for the noct issue. i E M at 4 fb , . 47 , , g 4 95.1 v-., ., flr ff w 9 . , UF Y fx K Q. IWW' 4' ,A 4, K ., V , xl 1 4.20 94 f 4 1: f 1, 'Ex ' ,f I' f . 1 4 ' if 8 Y fi, 3 ,gf 1 A9 'M 5 .,., , f f Y 'W bf I -f M , , f y 1' 94' ly 9 X 1 ' if ' f Z2 f ya I . Y ' 9 X' I , M ,y i 7 If ,ul 4. 433, If ff' f !, u 17 Ln E Q 'ja 'wh 4- 1,60 9' iw ' if gl ,, 'W' 'ky X, ,W Oi' sf J .,i? ' U M -M. Q W IM V, 's f I W W mt' 1 Q i V A 7 A W f 1 P 6 ,ff ga awww n Befwe 5 Mama Emma mf mmf 5 ' Smwjm The Orchestra has had a busy Fall Semester presenting concerts of high quality to enthusiastic audiences. They have more talent in the group this year than ever before and consequently have featured many soloists and ensembles to various organizations within our community. A new format was utilized in the Christmas Concert enabling music to be used of a higher calibre and because of the talent within the group the program was well received. ln January the Orchestra presented a Winter Concert to an appreciative audienceg the soloist for this concert was Scott Janusch who performed the "Oboe Concert" by Corelli. During the Spring Semester students started rehearsing the music to uDamn Yankees" which was performed in March by the combined efforts of the Fine Arts Dept. On Saturday March 30th a large number of students performed both solos and ensembles on the state level at California University at Hayward. The Orchestra then began work on the Spring Concert which was presented in May. lnstrumentalists from the orchestra presented a program in the elementary schools to better acquaint the students with the instruments of the band and orchestra. The school year conluded by participating in the AHS Graduation inslune. Above: Students hard at work preparing for an oncoming concert. Left: Mr. Hanson takes pride in direction. glee ew. new sm va nzmaa Directed by Kuth Kolletson, the vocal groups have been very active this year, beginning with the program at the Adelphin Club for parents and children, and the Christmas concert for the public in the auditorium. Christmas time was a busy time for the groups. Caroling in San Francisco and on Christmas tree lane, and also in Al-lS's own halls added to the holiday spirit. On May l, the Vocal Concert proved to be outstanding, as was the Spring Concert later in the month. I Individuals from the music department also participated in the all school play, a musical entitled HDamn Yankees." Right: Girls Crlee Club Below: Vocal Ensemble Pg, 71 Top: First Concert for AHS freshmen, Below: Chamber Vocal -10'-""'-""" 71 MW 0 ' QZNJS The Spring Student Body Officers have many hopes, plans and aspirations for the semester. Their main objective is to promote spirit within our Student Body and in turn bring more of a feeling of a unity to AHS. Some of the ways they are going to try to accomplish those objectives are by noon-time activities, lSock hop, ping pong, and hockey tournamentsl, dances, promoting school clubs and hopefully getting involved on the Board of Education. Allison Kapchan, AHS's first woman president in 100 years, has many plans for the spring semester. Vice-president Debbie Duncan has placed 5 easy-to-get-to suggestion boxes around the school. Financial Secretary Ruben Hernandez is very interested in getting better entertainment at our student meetings. Recording Secretary Kris Krulinski plans a dance marathon. Yell Leader Mariella Pacovsky is Working toward a loving feeling of unity for all of AHS. The Officers want to make this semester fun and prosperous: by providing activities for the students and planning for the future of the new Alameda High School. Top Left: Financial Secretary Ruben Hernandez, Right. Yell Leader Mariella Pacox sky Pg. 73 Top: President Allison Kapchah, Q Bottom Right: Ruben Hernandez. I XY Bottom Left: Vice-President Debbie Duncan. filhg, mb R Q A iv X fi! QKKQ., .ff ummm CHOFID CHART Q , F 1 L SW F Q Y A f .f A ka ,aazamz amp ,Ms exam 7 '., ,.i,.v,v 16. Wx fn rr ' '- a,- , f 5 Q3 ,:- , ' A -H' 'ff-YY ' Q ,, W 4 Maasai A -"' " ' ' ' ' The Spring Ad-Board was headed by Speaker Debbie Duncan, Vice-Speaker Cindy Powell, and Recording Secretary Lynn Pearson. This semesters Ad-Board was devoted mainly to bringing the students of AHS closer together. Under the faculty leadership of AJ. Cooper, the board accomplished projects submitted to them by the student body and themselves. A ping- pong and volleyball tournament between classes along with a spring dance were very successful. Some academic accomplishments were tallying the WASC lWestern Association of Schools and Collegesl questionnaires and a poll that was taken about plans for a new Alameda High School. Pg. 74 Top: Mike Smith and Bill Purcell attend one of the more interesting meetings. Bottom Right: Vice-Speaker Cindy Powell intently listens to the heated discussion of an Ad- Board meeting. Bottom Left: Freshmen display unusual interest. Left: Donny turns on the charm. Below: AdfBoard representatives report on individual projects. A 1 5 ' Ima.- Maai ,Gaim fn 100 Z! The Spring Spirit Lines were lead by l-lead Pom Pon Girl Betty Murray and Head Yell Leader Mariella Pacovsky. Betty's Line included Nanette Barbera, Mari lkeda, Lori Childe, .loeAnn Sonido, Deseri Cox, Kathy Laramie, and Kathy Burges. Nlariellals girls were Stu Ogle, Joann Tinder, Ann Cucchiara, Paula Brogdon, and Sandy Jay. In the past years at AHS the spirit usually takes a great decline, but the girls changed that tradition. Both lines attended all the basketball games regardless of where they were held, After completing an enthusiastic basketball season the spirit line cheered on at as many golf, baseball, swimming and tennis matches as possible. Right: Betty Murray, Head Far Right: Nanette Barbera Bottom Right: Kathy Laramie Middle Bottom: Mari Ikeda Bottom Left: Kathy Berges Pg. 77 Top: Spring Yell Leaders Bottom Right: Deseri Cox Middle Bottom: Lori Childe Bottom Left: Aloe Ann Sonido Js, 'vw' Pfi- ! f f' L'D!Y'7V ..w aa ,,. ..kf..."'a' Am... .4 'znxumzawum ,uf sl g... :WA rzszrzsa-:ra '-'-..,x. Wx f Mwzmm... X9 , ? ., ' 1 .. mv , .. 'Qf3"2'S"-x'FP"""7"5""' In x ,hguj M ff :aff 4:1 f. .1-5,34 . X M. x .ff if fin ? y V, Q : : 1 f L'ia+,'g-',' 2, ,1 -,fm .wa W. . -Q' 75545 .2115 , life' . fr 6:"fw..QQf?':i1,'f41,j lu 77 'iff- my 92 ' X, , ff .4 -. , Qi 1 , Lwgfif X f . ZS. Inspired by the suggestions of two students from Alameda and Encinal High Schools, the first Crosstown Powder Puff basketball game was held to benefit the john Parashak fund. Alameda's female hornets buzzed on to a 20-l 7 win in the EHS gym on March 8th, l974. The first quarter started off with the amazing Score of 3-2 in favor of the Jets. Sparked by Lisa Kearny, Diana Souza and Des Cox, the girls overcame the one point deficit and built up a I0 point lead before coasting in with the easy victory. Alameda coaches included Don Ratto, Bob Rhodes, and Jack Healy while Dan Chaix' singlehandledly managed the sharp shooting Jet team. Players included Bobbie and Becky Bowman, Pam Baughman, Desiree Cox, Barb Cook, Liz Everett, Anne Hasagawa, Lisa Kearny, Lyndsay Kysor, Mari Ikeda, Diana Souza, Elaine Scott, Barbara Snopkowski and Linda Snyder. The event proved to be a tremendous success as over 1350.00 was collected to donate to Johnls recovery fund. Pg. 78 Upper left: Coach Don Ratto gets a welcome kiss on the ear by a jet lass. Upper Right: Becky Bowman shoots a jump shot. Bottom: Liz Everett, Tracy Jensen and Des Cox battle for a rebound. Pg. 79, Top: Mari lkeda drives for a hoop Lower Left: Diana Souza outmuseles the Jets. Lower Right: High Scorer Diana Souza hits two for the Hornets. Zin? Zncmal .20 17 Q fi 1 'Q gf 2 ai 2 ? 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ALLAMANO, TOM: AHS Street Racers, Stage Band, Open Hedder Day. ALMASON, VICKIE: Pep Club, Ski Club. ANDERS, LYNN: CSF, Pom Pon Girl, Dance Club, Block A. ANTONUVICH, STAN: Varsity Football. ARCHIBALD, DAVE: Interact, Block A, Varsity Football, AA Vice President. ATKINSON, CINDY: Gymnastics Team, GAA. AVAKIAN, PAUL: Soph-Frosh Football, Tennis, Board of Control, Ski Club. AVERY, RICH: Model UN, ROTC Color Guard. BELLAS, KATHY: Crescendo Club, String Ensemble, 'S' Club, Curriculum Council,GAA BELLATI, SHEILA: Ski Club, Uslierettes- BERTERO, TERRY: Ski Club, Ad Board, Pep Club. BLAISDELL, PHIL: Ski Club. BOND, MARK: Ski Club, Ad Board, Pep Club. BOTINI, SHARON: Courtesy Board, Ski Club, Keyettes. BRANNON, SUE: Swim Team. BROUGHTON, JUDY: Block A, Gymnastics Team, BROWN, DOROTHY MARIE: Pep Club. BROWN, STEVE: Stoners Society, Key Club, ACORN, Baseball. BUCHAN, STEVEN CRANDALL: Ad Board, King Fox. BUHNERKEMPE, LEE: Courtesy Board, Usherettes, Gymnastics Team, Block A,GAA, BUITRAGO, JOHN: Football, All School Play. BUHLMAN, GLENN: Key Club, StageCrew. BURGER, CYNTHIA: Coutesty Board. CALKINS, KATHIE: Swim Team, GAA, Pep Club. CARMICHAEL, CHRIS: Guitar, Best Legs of the Year. CARTWRIGHT, ALANA: Keyettes. CHAUNCEY, DAN: Soph-Frosh Football, All School Play, Junior Class President. CHAVEZ, LIZ: Pep Club, Ski Club, Varsity Yell Leader, ASAHS Head Yell Leader. CHIN, LAURIE: CSF, Block A, GAA, 'S' Club. CIRMELLI, KATHY: Block A President, GAA, Ad Board, Ski Club, Varsity Yell Leader. CLARK, DAVID: Soph-Frosh Football, Stage Band, Student Curriculum Council. COALSON, DIANE: German Club, Dance Club , Spring Concert, Christmas Pageant. COBET, DEAN: Winter Concert, Spring Concert. COX,-IAMES: Golf Team COX, WILLIE: Ecology Club, Key Club, Stoner's Society. CROOKER, ASHLEY: Varsity Baseball, Christmas Pageant. DALE, ANN: Copy Editor ACORN. DAUBENECK, KURT: Cross Country, Track, Baseball. DU BBS, NANCY: President Block A, GAA, CSP. ERDAHL, KEN: Golf Team, President of the Real Groovy Guys. ESPINOZA, CONNIE: Gymnastics Team, Block A, AS' Club, Crescendo, Ski Club. FEDERICO, THOMAS: Band, Tennis, Honor Society. FIAMETTA, ROXANNE: Ad Board, Ski Club. FINKE, BARBARA: Senior Play FOGARTY, GEORGE: Chess Club. FULLER, ED: UICA GAULT, JERRY: Football, Track, Ski Club, Block A, Chess Club. GORMAN, TOM: Ski Club. GULBRANSEN, JANET: Swim Team, Pep Club, 'S' Club, GAA, Honor Club. HABER, DAVE: Basketball, Track. HANSEN, JOHN: Varsity Football, Ski Club, Block A. HANSEN, TERI: Junior Class Financial Secretary, Swim Team. HASSNA, JOE: Key Club. HAYES, LISA: Powder Puff Football, Ad Board, Varsity Yell Leader, Dance Club. HEFLIN, PETER: Golf Team. HERNANDEZ, RUBEN: Ad Board, Senior Class President, ASAHS Financial Secretary. HIGBY, BARBARA: Chamber Vocal Student Director, Cressendo Club, Dance Club, HOWARD, DEBBIE: Pep Club, Ski Club, French Club. HUDDLESON, TRACY: French Club, Ski Club, Crescendo Club, Dance Club. HAGULEY, RENIA: Senior Play, Senior Play prop, Senior Ball Committee. HUNTER, KATHY: Ad Board, ASAHD Financial Secretary, Senior Play, Junior Class Vice-President. JOHNSON BONNIE: Pep Club, Varsity Yell Leader, Pom Pon Girl, Ski Club. JOHNSTON, MARK: Ski Club, Board of Control. JONES, PATTI: Dance Club, Senior Play. JONES, SUZANNE. Pep Club, fs' Club, ski Club GAA. KAPCHAN, ALISON: 'S' Club, CSF, Ad Board, ASAHS President, ASAHS Financial Secretary. KATAOKA, MARK: CSF, Soph Hop Committe. KITANI, SUSAN: GAA, Block A President, CSF. KRAUSE, PHIL: Ski Club, Golf Team. KREVOCHEZA, SIC: Baseball. KURLINSKI, KRIS: Board of Control, Ad Board, ASAHS Recording Secretary, Pep Club, Block A. LAGUILLO, CRAIG: Varsity Baseball, RWl man, ACORN, Asst. Dateline Editor. LANDRETH, SHEREE: Senior Vice President, Crescendo Club, Swim Team CSF. LAVIOLETTE, DEL: varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, Frosh Basketball, Block A. LAYTON, GEORGE: Ski Club, All School Play, Senior Play,Pie-Eating Contest. LEE, JOHN KWOCK MING: Tennis Team. LOTHIAN, PAM: Orchestra, GAA, 'S' Club, Crescendo Club. LOWTH ER, VICKY: ACORN LUCKY, RON: Block A, Board of Control, Key Club, Chess Club, Tennis Team. LYNCH, SHEILA: ASAHS Vice President, Varsity Yell Leader, CSF, Senior Play, GAA. MAURICE, PATTY: Ski Club, Pep Club. MCCORKELL, SHARON: Chairman Curiculum Council, Band, Orchestra, GAA. MCDERMOTT, BRIAN: Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Ski Club, Block A. MCFANN, DAVE: Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football. MCGOWEN, ROB: Swim Team Basketball, Football. MCKEE, TOM: Varsity Football, Ski Club, Block A. MCKINSTRY, JANIS: Ski Club. MlNOT, JANE: GAA, Pep Club, Ski Club, French Club. MlZER, RICK: All Day Hall Monitor. MOLNAS, CAROL: CSF, Block A, ACORN, Swim Team, Gymnastics. MOORE, JIM : JV Basketball. MURRAY, BETTY: Head Pom Pon Girl, Dance Club. NAVA, GINGER: Swim Team. NELSON, LAURA: Swim Team, HS" Club, CSF, Orchestra, Senior Class Recording Secretary. NELSON, NANCY: Keyettes, Usherettes, Track Team, Swim Team, GAA. NIPPER, SANDY: French Club, Ski Club, Pep Club, Powder Puff. NOBLE, LEE: Swim Team, Water Polo, Band, Library Sleeper. MORRIS, CHAR: Pep Club. NUNES, NANCY: Hall Monitor. OLSON, GORDY: Varsity Baseball, Freshmen Class President, CSF, GEMCO Scholarship. O'TOOLE, CAROL: AA President, ACORN. O'TOOLE, SHON: Chess Club. PACHELO, KAREN: GAA, KS' Club, Courtesy Board, CSF. PACOVSKY, MARIELLA: ASAHS Head Yell Leader, Varsity Yell Leader, CSF. PANG, VICTOR: CSF, Asian Club. PARKER, MELIREAN, Vocal Ensemble. PEIRCE, JIM: Cross Country, Track, ACORN. PERRY, MARK: Varsity Football, Baseball, Cruisin Halls. PETINEY, JAN: Ski Club. PHILLIPS, JOHN: Mechanical Genius PIRO, VINCE: Football, Ski Club. PLAKOURAKIS, PAM: 'S' Club, CSF, Dar Award. Swim Team, Girls State, Orchestra. PLLIINIAI ER. LARRY: Varsity Football, Interact, Track. POPE, VICKIE: Pep Club, Travel Club. PRIES, TOM: cross country. PURCELL, BILL: iimm. RANKL, MELODY. Crescendo Club, Courtesy Board, Ad Board, Band, Keyettes. RASMUSSEN, GLEN: Soph-Frosh Football, SPRD, Key Club. RATTO, DON: Baseball, Ad Board, Interact, PPBB Coach, Chess Club. RATTO, NANCY: GAA, Block A. READ, STEVE: Senior Play, All School Play. REICHERT, ERIC: Swim Team, Water Polo, CSF. nnaxuu, .shi w . .lun Iuvriitvi. RHODES, DEBBIE: Pep Club, Ski Club. RHODES, ROCK: Basketball, Baseball, ACORN, CSF, Dateline Editor. ROBERTSON, BILL: Christmas Pageant, JV Football, Chess Club. ROTH, KAREN: Sophomore Class Treasurer. ROURICK, KATHY: Head Pom Pon Girl, Dance Club, CSF. RYAN, PETER: Track, Cross Country, All Around Great Guy. SANCHEZ, MARTHA: Spanish Club. SANTOS, ARCELI: GAA. 1 f.f. SCHACT, BARBARA: Senior Class Financial Secretary, Swim Team. SCHOTT, JANE: Dance Club, Senior Play, Curriculum Council. SEABOCK, RUTHANN: Board of Control, Courtesy Board, Varsity Yell Leader. SEDILLO, SAL: Chess Club, Coin Club, Model UN, French Club, Baseball. SHORES, CHRIS: Pep Club, Ski Club, Powder Puff Football. SILVERMAN, ROBBIE: Boys State, Key Club, CSF, Ad Board, ASAHS President. SIVYER, DEBBIE: Homecoming Queen, Junior Class Vice President, Ski Club. SLOWN PHIL: Football, Baseball, Talent Show, ROTC, Block A. SMITH, MARGIE: Senior Play, Freshmen Egg Toss Winner. SMITH MIKE: All School Play, Soph- Frosh Football, Ad Board, Oak Leaf, ModelUN. SNOPKOWSKI, BARB: Swim Team, Varsity Yell Leader, ACORN Editor, Oak Leaf, Senior Class Recording Secretary. SNOPKOWSKI, JOHN: Cvolf Team SPENCER, MATT: Ski Club. Crescendo Club. STATE, TOM: All School Play Stage Crew. STILES, LYNN: Ski Club President, Dance Club, Pom Pon Girl, All School Play, Pep Club. SWICK, MARY ANNE: Ski Club, Pep Club, Varsity Yell Leader, Powder Puff Football, Dance Club. TABER, BILL: Varsity Football, Block A, Interact, Ski Club. THOMAS, PAT: ACORN, Gymnastics Team, Block A, Dance Club, Crescendo. THOMPSON, LINDA LEE: Ski Club. TREICHLER, RANDY: Key Club, Basketball. TUGAFF, DEBBIE: Dance Club. VACCA, MIKE: Sopb-Frosh Football, Frosh Basketball, Varsity Track, Block A. VALEBOE, JANICE: All School Play, Senior Play, Courtesy Board. VALENCIA, STEVE: Soph-Frosh Basketball, Varsity Tennis. VAN SICKLE, SHERRY: SPRD, Model UN, All School Play, 'Sl Club, Usherettes. VAQUERA, STEVE: Varsity Football. WHITE, TERRY: Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Interact. WILCOX, TODD: .IV Football, Varsity Track, Varsity Basketball, Block A. WILDER, GORDON: Dirt Bike Club, Curriculum Council. WILLIAMS, RAY: JV Football. WONG, GREG: All School Play, Chess Club, Model UN YEE, DAN: CSF. YOUNG, BOB: Chess Club, Guitar Club, Key Club, Board of Control. YOUNG, DAVE: Varsity Baseball, Ski Club, Freshmen Vice President. YUKE, JOHN: Key Club. 17-2" I 1 'Y if A 5 Uk if '. 1 1 X A K, .vi 2 1 A s 6 5 rt S F XI, ii , x E5 5 Q gf 5 'L 24 2 L E 5 1 E5 if 5 .Yr . 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Z Nov. 9 Nov, 16 l973 Varsity Scoreboard Amador Alameda Sunset Alameda De Anza Alameda Richmond Alameda Kennedy Alameda San Leandro Alameda Bishop O'Dowd Alameda Encinal Alameda Pacific Alameda Berkeley Alameda 'Qc Pg. 122 Top: Mark lronside rushed for needed yardage. Below left: Varsity Team ready and willing led by 363 Tom Mckec, after a half-time rest. Below right: AHS Hornets lining up with determination and energy for the next play. Pg. 123 Top: George Calandri and Bob Pagans taking off at the line. Right: Bob Pagano tackled for a gain against Encinal. ' 1. . N f W "A .. A " 2 x Y., 'I wwf' -ff ri' W' I Q 'qw- 113:21 Allamecia Wamalm Swami M 14,614.2 After losing three of it's first four games, the young Alameda Varsity Football Team rebounded to win five straight games and finish second in the South A.C.A.L. The Hornets, picked by coaches and sportswriters to finish last, turned the season around by stunning the East Bay's fourth ranked J.F. Kennedy Eagles, 23-7, for their first A.C.A.L. win. Also highlighting the season were come-from-behind triumphs over arch- rival Encinal, 17-14 and Pacific, 22-20. Total dedication by all the players when everyone thought the Hornets were dead, proved the key to this season. A good example of this was the win over Encinal. Quarterback George Calandri marched the Varsity 80 yards in the final three minutes and capped the drive by passing to end Larry Plummer in the end zone with 55 seconds left to play. The coaching staff selected: George Calandri as Most Improved during the season, Dave Archibald as Most Inspirational and Stan Antunovich as Most Valuable. Dave Archibald was named to the All-A.C.A.L. first team as a defensive halfback. Top linemen included: Phil Slown, Tom McKee, Dave Miller, Larry Plummer, Mark Berlin fsecond team All-A.C.A.L.l, John Hanson, and Stan Antunovich. Backs who played well were: Mark Ironside, Bob Pagano, Harry Hartman, John Healy, and Dave Archibald. Pg. 124 lower left: Mark Ironside rushes for 985 yards during season. Lower right: Dave Miller boots field goal to beat Encinal. Pg. 125 top: John Healy goes for interception. Lower left: Dave Archibald makes crucial gain. Lower right: End Larry Plummer. ai HW ll 1973 Junior Varsity Football Team QL-RJ Front row: Tom Frankel, Tim White, Tony Samora, Mike Darby, Steve Clary, Wayne Turner, Ron Gordon, Scott Ray, Steve Goddard, Mike Benett. Znd row: Mark Richards, Kelly Richardson, Tom Silvers, Don Laviolette, Ed Phillips, Preston Reynolds, Randy Ratto, Robbie Kahuanui Mike Cooper, Dale Reno. 3rd row: George Miller, jacques Bernou, Hal Zecher, Frank Alonzo, Chris Rourick Frank Thieman, Brett Conners, Brad Osborn. 4th row: Coach Barry Weiss, Terry Schaben, Danny Rourick Graydon Hansen, Don Dutcher, Carl Rodenberg, Paul Slown, Ray Valerio, Coach Mike Kern. or v 1 y r'f nf' -' Iv New U o V ,. y qy , l iii V .. ll A.. E A "" - 7,4 .4 wwf 1 KM,-' 1 ,1' rv ii' ,, 'L -4 fl? ,902 and 5459 , y ,, . , V Q! 5fPPlL'47'w4h ,, ,.,.,f, . Mfnf,-,f . few Wwe The Alameda Junior Varsity Football Team finished with a respectable record of 6 wins, 3 loses, ' and 1 tie during the 1973 season. They ended the season with a come-from- behind tie with Encinal and losses to ., V , ' ' w .'e, Pacific and Berkeley. 14 f Mike Cooper, the 1.V. quarterback W h f 'f during the first seven games, became ill 5 ll . and Pete Michaeletos, up from the A frosh, filled in for him and did a good Job. The offensive punch was delivered f f,'V , A by running backs Robbie Kahuanui and Brett Conners, while tight end Tim White was Cooper's favorite receiver. Defensively, the standouts on the J.V.'s wereg line-backer George Miller, tackles Eddie Phillips and Tim Keegan, end Brett Conners, safety Brad Osborn and halfbacks Terry , , ,Wd Schaben and Robbie Kahuanui. Robbie Kahaunui was also voted Most Valuable Junior Varsity Player. The 1973 Soph-Frosh Team had quite a tough season this year, finishing with a 1-5-2 record. Outstanding quarterback was Pete Michaeletos. Most Valuable Soph-Frosh Player was Mike Roberts. Pg. 126 bottom: Brett Conners overcomes oncoming Pirate. Pg. 127 top: Brett Conners breaks away for gain. Pg. 127 below: Mike Cooper advances for first down. .- -wh . ..li . . fi.,-...J 1- ..- J., .- L, - ,, .. .U A -rw , . , ...---fvr. . w, . 1973 Frosh-Soph Football Team KL-R1 Front row: Rick Frazer, Charlie Niederbrach, Mike Roberts, Ray Quintana, Phil Camicia, Toby Chavez, Dennis Regan, David Mann, Ricky Buitrago, Kerry Billingsley, Scott Shawnego. Row 2: Tom Coustier, Art Fuentes, Larry Gibson, Gilbert Navarro, Markus Mote, Mark Carmignani, Brad Calestiti, Pete Michaleto, Bob Hanson. Row 3: Harry French, Bob Wales, Paul Aguiar, Melvin Zundell, Ray Hoag, Bert Soffiotto, Rick Bliss, Mark Rikkers. Row 4: Coach McCartney, Gale Reed, Neil Nichols, jerry Thompson, Greg Morrison, Edwin Padilla, Kenton Bennett, Coach Noble. 127 646044 G : a feagaae Umm The 1973 Alameda Cross Country teams had an outstanding season. The varsity season record was 13 and l, losing only to Castro Valley. They placed second in the ACAL behind DeAnza, third at Division one, and eleventh at North Coast out of 140 schools. Jim Peirce and Pete Ryan were the only returning Lettermen. The JV's, Soph-Frosh, and Reserves backed up the Varsity with good ability, and determination. The JV's had a winning season with a first place at South ACAL, and third at ACAL. The top three, finishers for Alameda were Jesse Brewer, Bill Dodge, and Glen Farrington. The Soph-Frosh placed fourth at the league meet and at the North Coast Meet they placed eleventh. Outstanding runners for Soph-Frosh were: Don Brownson, Cris Warren, Dennis Kriess, and Ron Moore. qi!- ' A yr- ,fwtw I Kai ff is ,AL ,Ar 1973 Varsity Front row QL to RJ: David Sabo, David Acosta, Dan Mills, Keith Van Sickle, Steve Chin, Mike Sigmon, Cris Warren, Jim Peirce. fMissing is Pete Ryan.J 1973 j.V. Team Front row lL to RJ: Kent Yamawaki, Dennis Kriess, Ron Moore, Jesse Brewer. Row 2: Coach William Thompson, Bill Dodge, Don Brownson, Glen Farrington. I , , I, ,' mf, f ,yvfif f. ,ff ,sz 2 . , . . , C V',1 , , W, .'.,., ' if f ,Q J f 1' f 1 f ' if ' ,f:W?,,?, . 4, 7 7 x V ,Aw lf 2 , , gn , ,Ke .M , , Y . Q 'Q r if , - .iliffii ' for ,- 1 vp, If , 157 'Q ' f- ' C f kQ g' .la.guf' ' ' I f.2?yw, 1 ' ,Q , 24 I , ,, f ,f J 1 ,K -19 ,Wg 4, - -5 54245915 ww M. I.. K W . -we VML7, ,uv ' V 'via ' Q 9 1 W wax V ' .YY , 4 , xi. 7, u 0 ' A if W Q Q ,1 I f AV QL x - 1 ,gal lim? ! gwliflzf - t L . I I L it 'M ' is , ' 3 of . I U' Jef fn f Jai'- . E mm X fa ft R Wy - U W. , , 1' Avia qv A .-Xlameda's Varsity basketball team suffered through a mediocre 7-19 season while finishing fourth in the five team southern division of the A.C.A.L. The only league wins came over Pacific 46-40 and 48-46. During the pre-season the Hornets won five of 13 games including four straight over Emery. Memorial, J.F. Kennedy, and Newark. Dave Haber was named the Outstanding Senior while john Healy won the Outstanding Junior award. Haber was named to the All-A.C.A.L. second team. ' Haber topped the team in scoring and rebounding with a 16.4 scoring average and 9.1 rebounds per game respectively. Senior Ken Fong and Junior Frank Totorica started at guard while Terry White and Rob McGowan performed ably as reserves. Along with Haber and Healy in the front line, seniors Todd Wilcox, Brian Boerman, Dave McFann, and Bob Rhodes saw plenty of action. Carol Molnar, varsity scorekeeper during her junior and senior years, was honored for her outstanding contribution to the basketball program. She received a plaque at the Spring Awards program. WWW Sugm 7Mwqh .laamqg liop Right: Varsity during timeout, Lower Lt-ft: Frank Totorica struggles for possession of hall. Loutr Right Rob Wchow an storms tw o point Pg l3l op IA-ft: Dait-NIcl"m1n:ind Ken Fong tri for ri-hound. Top Right: Brian Bot-rman grabs rebound. Bottom Right 'I rrri W hitc drius for a lax up Bottom l tft Dau Hahcrck and Brian lion-rman battle for control of the boards. F. , ig? 4, , 4' A 1 5 -Q 55 qw? gs I Q , A ,fff'2"fw nf M 12 JM , i if I , ' , ' 4- ?f vi 'a z v H ff - V '41-if 2, 3 ." 1 fy., ' V 1 . Q K 3 131' I 1 f, 3 A A A f ,,,f ry Q " f Q , df . ' ,f.?Y. . , m u sa 1 3 f' fy . , I RH E 'f' ' 1 " 5 ,, 5 ' I , WW wi f 5152? 'Q 5125, ,, 1., ., , 1 ff- x 11 K A I2 ,. V2. 1 Tw, Q l ' e 1 .me J, 'Q V Q 4,5 'La .f 4 1 4 113-MAJ? Top right: ,lack Healy scores on a jumper. Top left: Dave Nlclrann lays one in. lQ73-74 Varsity' Basketball Tram. Row one: HJR! Eugene Sonido, Rob Mcfowan, Frank Tomri'a, K- F , T Wh' , D Y R - Haber, Dave McFann, Bob Rhodes, Todd Wlilcox, Brian Bm-rman. ,lohn Healy? L in one Ury mf UUE guna. UW 'WGA Dave :Rx I if U iff! ' 4 R-ff FH 6 . of -L N i ,T N L Top Right: Shortstop Dave McFann. Below Right: Fish Crocker delivers a pitch. Below Left: Outfielder Todd Wilcox. Pg. l37 Top Left: Coach Leroy Bernadou. 5 0 a S Top Right: Gordy Olson, right fielder. 2 5 4 Top Left: Third Baseman Bob Rhodes. Team Picture: Row l: Bob Rhodes, Steve Brown, Gordy Olson, Ted Smith, Del Laviolette, Don Ratto. Row 2: Toby Chavez, Harry Harman, Dave McFann, Todd , Wilcox, Ash Crooker, Brad Osborn, Craig Laguillo, Eugene Sonido, Coach Leroy Bernadou. Missing Mark lronside, Dave Young, and Dave Munoz. MV, 'I " f' , N' ., jyaffjf' e 'fi w w . 2 . ' .vi . 'T' ' V .1253 -' . f r 1 .7 ::. . .fy 0 ' 544. - 4 Y ' ' ns " we f l. , ,f cf M. A1154 ff Y!" 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' fl i ' L sf ' ., ' V ,IVV rag . ,J , V,f,gj.'y. " I f, i ' 'a ii . f ,,VV V: QS. ff ' .. -VW VV .. 5 .4 A I 4. --- 1, . r I X g 1, x K ' I x m 1 1 1 -N 1. -, 1 x 1 m 2 1, .. 5 Q 1 1 1' nz m.oK'.l.A, 1 Q r . . ' ' 'K , ,V , If 'A ' .xi it fb in J ,M ,, Q-, , nf 1 - . ,A uf Alameda's Varsity Baseball Team, bolstered by some outstanding Senior lettermen and showing surprising strength from the pitching staff finished the season in a battle for the playoffs while posting a winning record. Seniors returning included outfielders Gordy Olsen and Dave Young, infielders Dave Mcirann, Ash Crooker, Del Laviolette, and Craig Laguillo, and catcher Don Ratio. All played key roles in the teams success. Young and Olsen headed the list. Both power hitting lefthanders led the team in hitting and RBl'S as well as demonstrating their defensive talents in center and right fields. Newcomer Ted Smith started at second base and proved to be a slick glove man and was a key to the great number of double plays recorded during the year. Also contributing to the team were Junior outfielder Dave Munor, Soph infielder Mike Cooper, and catchers Toby Chavez and Ken Gilmore. ln the end, however, the pitching corps proved to be the key to success. Senior starters Todd Wilcox and Steve Brown pitched back-to-back shutouts against St. joseph and Dublin during the preseason, and continued their throwing during the ACAL competition. Relievers Eugene Sonido and Ash Crooker also proved their capabilities during the long season. Coach Leroy Bernadou contributed much to the pitchers success. Neither Wilcox or Brown had pitched at AHS prior to this season. Their success was a result of his hard work. Mr. Archie Lowry assisted Bernadou with the varsity during the season. aw f as at 4 Q. - in H 5 iz, ' ,f so Qi QM! 'Y' ,pi 1 Jai' iivibuqgmm S Cs' I H , 2, W . if 4 .Zigi F '-5 is. , Z v??ri, 'B ,Gaiam V ,..-.ff hi , , H pg. 138 Top: Ted Smith is thrown out at first base in Richmond game. Lower left: Eugene Sonido, Ash Crooker, and rest of Hornets watch the action. Lower right: Dave Munoz takes a swing at the ball. Pg, 139 Top: Del Laviolette Above: Gordy Olson scores. 40 Alame-da's Junior Varsity Baseball Team combined tough pitching and timely hitting on their way to a winning season. Sophomore righthander Ray Quintana led a mound corps composed of juniors Tim White and Harry Rogers, and Frosh Charlie Neiderbrach and Bob Takamura. The Hornets combined Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen for the first time on the V. 's. As a result several Frosh contributed heavily to the teams success. Top frosh included shortstop Mike Hansen, catchers Anthony Cuocco and Bert Soffioto, second basemen Gary Berti, first saclcer Mark Regan, outfielder-pitcher Bob Takamura, and first basemenrpitcher Charlie Neiderbach. Leading the hitters were centerfielder Dennis Regan, leftfielder Rusty Bailey, and Ray Quintana. Other starters included second basemen Ray Bertolend, first basemen Brad Osborn, and outfielclers Jim lronside, Dennis Holt and Pat Morse. Outstanding victories were posted over St. joseph, Encinal, San Leandro, and Pacific. Alameda's Girls Swim Team under the watchful eyes of coaches Ash jones and Mary Curry, started off with something different this year. They held tryouts. After practicing for two weeks, the girls were cut down to thrity girls. This years team was small in size but not in strength and depth. The girls proved their strength in the very first meet of the year as they captured the third place team trophy at the Carlmnnt Relay meet in October. Swimming an exceptional season, the girls managed to win five consecuative meets. ln an exciting dual meet with Encinal, AHS finished their season happily defeating the jet swimmers 75 to 68. During the year, janet Gaulbransen and Terrie Phillips broke records in butterfly and breastroke respectively. Co-captians for I973 season were Terrie Phillips and Barbara Snoplcowski. ,W Q vm ,4 more 19741. V. Baseball Team ' Row one: Pat Morse, Anthony Cuocco, Robert Holt, Gary Berti, Bob Takamura, Bert Soffioto. Row two: Charlie Neiderbrach, Dennis Regan, joe Sonido, jim Ironside, Ray Bertolino. Row three: Bob McClauflin, Harry Rogers, Rusty Bailey, Ray Quintana, Tim White, Art Fuentes, Terry Pieczonka, Chris Kapellas, Coach Rick Gamble. Bottom left: Right hand pitcher Ray Quintana. Bottom right: Second Baseman Ray Bertolino. eww ki HL Yptlv LP 'whey 05' Civ B B ' ii at li we QW N.. 1 . e n we Te 'QE-1 ..qg,,, ggi:-. .uf nr Ny, , i ,K ',. 'fam ' J V its ifdifiaw 5 -- . """mf,f"' 3 i PUUL AREA 2 1 mrmcs 5 l 'Nix ii' Illllf I' I XII' K V Xu ' 1 1973 Girls Swim Team, Front row, l to r: Libby Forrester, Lyn Lasar, Barbara jacak, Dolores Thompson, Betty Murray, Laura Nelson, Cindy Powell, Kathy Mitchell. Row 2: Karen Baker, Beverly Follrath, ,Ioan Snopkowski, Mariella Pacovsky, Bonnie jayne, Terrie Phillips, Cindy Morgal Elaine Scott Lindsay Kayser, M L JoAnn Tiner, Row 3: ary Lowry, inda King, Linda Corkhill, Karen All, Fran MeElhinney, Doreen Harmola, Denise Bertsen, Jahet Gulbransen, Linda Hagan, Laurie Bas, Carol Glazier, Lisa Heninger. lMissing is Barbara Snopkowskij Top right: Checking out the competition is breaststroke swimmer Fran Mclflhinney. Top left: Cindy Morgal takes a breath to Cover the long race ahead. 4 'aw' 1 3' .4 43 Av-He' f NM4 , f-155, K., x'WX .H A qi 5 1 in 144 v 1 - un.. ,xxx .14 ,-, .g f' x XY Y 1 I ygwx , V . 3, ,vb J 4. .. r ,. . , Y - 'lsffli Zlnjagis' ..,-Q.. .N . wgi. -7,25 r, , JW' , " .mi "' V-,g . Row l IL to Rl Randy Triechler, Norman Jensen, Dave Sabo, Pete Ryan, ,lim Peirce, Dave Haber, Mark Perry, jamesjohnson, Chet Rogers. Row 2 KL to Rl Brian Boerman, Jack Healy, Mike Slgman, Bill Dodge, Randy Ratto, Phil Slown, Dave French, Coach Thompson. Row 3 lL to Rl David Acosta, Robert Foster, Steve Mullen, Dan Thompson, Mar-k Bond, Dave Miller. Row 4 QL to RJ Mark Richards, Jerry Gault, Mike Roodvoets, Larry Plummer, Tim Keegan, Rohbln Kahuanul. Row 5 lL to RJ Kathy Kirk, Darlene Mockel, Mark Berlin, Mike Vacca, Ken Billingsley, Jim Cox. Weak: The Hornets varsity track team, despite only having 6 returning lettermen, all of them seniors, was a top contender as always. The distance men this year were young, but certainly not inexperienced. Carrying out their job to a IOOW average were Mike Sigmon, Dave Sabo, David Acosta, Danny Mills, and Cris Warren, all of who are truly outstanding runners. Doing excellent jobs on the weight events were: Mark Berlin, Larry Plummer, Mike Roodevoets, and Dave Miller. Sprinters and middle distance runners for Alameda were Robbie Kahuanui, Mark Perry, and Mark Richards. Jim Peirce, Norman Jensen, and Pete Ryan assisted in racking up points for the middle distance events. Leading the triple, high and long jump was Dave Haber, who also put his skills to use in the hurdles. Pg. I44 Top Left: Dave Acosta running two mile race. Top Right: Dave Haber proves skill in high hurdles. Bottom Right: jim Peirce starting his kick in an 880 race. Bottom Left: Dave Miller shot putter. Right: Phil Sloan hurling the discus. 4,115 UMM swam 14 f T' gf' A , Q1 . ,M use I WKMW ,, ...W , .M M.- 5 ,Mm Q' I Q! -6 , , , . A , , Q ,. ig 7 my 1, my ,,,, W W ,,,. , 1 S 1 W! ff' , 'Ac J ,gk MW y V X W .1 ' 1 ff, A f 'am WW' f ,X 7 ' 1: ', X .V Q . 1 'i . 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Most of the B's also ran Varsity on and off. ln the middle distances were Randy Wight, and Bill Withrow. ln the sprints was Ron Arnerich, who ran an outstanding 440. ln the jumps there was Mike Souza, Jesse Brewer, Bill Dodge and Don Brownson. The pole vault was taken care of by Ron Moore, Kent Yamawaki and Kade Munns. They were very young, but showed that they could put out a constant l00'Z1. Right: Randy White Pulls ahead at the tight time. Below Right: Dave Haber barely makes the pole. Below Left: Bill Withrow finishes the hand off. Pg. I46 Top Left: Pete Ryan starts with confidence. Top Right: Mike Roodevoets shot putter. nr l Z af' ' ' fffmv., , ,t .qv X Vi my ,. ' V. i ' 'iffii - NN rf W-.yu gf' . Q. vi it K-Q' 14 , ff,.,,iA, F135 , lf' TG. fp, Y 'Wi Y ,L .LJ Vi 5 , 4 Wifi V za ! 1 X ,wiv ., ,NW " ' x A ik 7 H L, , , x vm r ,VA , Q w Q4 I V I -wingf ' 1 5" ' -Ta. YW. Nj, 1 V' 'Vw n H! N, M ., NJ n f 'QQ Myne ,gl Y I 1 4 Y? of 56 J.. U 3 .am 'Q Wu' , W 14 1 ,Q Q 5, We , Qiggiii f ,' 'LZ ,A , , 94-f ', Ml B Q '50 4 I iw A , ' xv ' 4, , , .V,,- ,A emdu 9 76144413 7mm For the first time in the history of .-Xlameda High, female athletes won block letters in tennis. Not only were the girls on the team, they proved to be better than most of the boys. Lettermen Ron Lucky and Robbie Silverman played one and two singles, but the fairer sex took over from there. Frosh Lisa Kearney and soph Cindi Payne won a majority of their matches as third and fourth singles, respectively. Student Body President Allison Kapchan played the final singles spot. Pam Baughman, Diana Souza, Anne Hasegawa, Doug Buettner, and Ken Pries played on the doubles ICZIYI. The Hornets finished behind Berkeley and San Leandro in .-XC.-XL play. Coach Stretch Pearson's golfers, again one of the top teams in the league were led by the team captain -lohn Snopkowski and transfer Bruce Zulaica. The Hornets dominated most opponents. Other top players included Andy Paisal, Roger DeMonte, Doug "Goofy" Poole, Kevin Pye, jeff Cheng, Brad Spier. Scott Kriens. and Frank Piro. 1974 Tennis Team - Row one: Coach Lee Stanford, Noboru Takimoto, Nancy Nelson, Capt. Robbie Silverman. Allison Kapchan, Tom Federico. Kenneth Kim, Diana Souza. Row two: Lisa Kearney, Pam Baughman, Paul Mundy. Karen Cavanaugh, Grace Fleming, Michele Mikami, Ken Pries, ,leff Sandifer. Steve Heimans. Ralph lngram, Mark Phinney, Doug Buettner. Missing: Co-capt. Ron Lucky, Cindy Payne, Co-capt. Ann Hasegaiva, Steve Valencia, Bill Young. john Lee. Top Left: Ron Lucky. Top Middle: Anne Hasegawa. 14 -' V D , C ,,,, ,Q . 3? ii , , f '7 Ai K+ 3 'ts iffw, 595, I lernarr dou, P4 -v Fnli M Z g Demse warrci pg nkl Brgifght on, Lori' "fs Beginner, Enita Mullin, with grace and beauty on floor exercise. .Qaalffff 6204 fide Wee! The Alameda High School womans Gymnastics Team, completed another year as the most successful team in the school. 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These offieers watched over the planning of aetivities for the Spring semester, with the help of Treasurer Barbara Berges. Senior Director Karen Pacheco and junior Director Rita Goodman took care of attendance of meetings and relaying important information. The club sponsored a Halloween Party on Oct. 31, and a Christmas Party on Dec. 20 at Lum School for the handicapped children. Also included was a combined Fashion Show entitled l'Holly Daze" with Encinal High. All ofthe proceeds were directed towards taking the English as a second language class to San Franeiseo. They also managed the Toys for Tots drive. to help needy families in Alameda have a Merry Christmas. falhzm Jew 6106 14 i '5f D 'QQ li . i , 5 2 i i 5 l 1 5 5,12 i f effigy l wp. 1 if 4 ,1- 'eff 5 V 'vv 5 169 l l l!zeQem Q The Dance Club has been very active this year. Cn Dec. 7, the club presented a Dance Concert, and on Dec. 10 they performed at the Christmas Pageant. 0n March 22 and 23, the Club performed a Musical, and sponsored a Spring Candy Sale. April was the setting for the Spring Concert, concluding the year with many beneficial activities. 544. swag ,fzzma an M 4 Miss Davis and the members of G.A.A. have been very busy this year. Beginning with the VVelcome Picnic in September and ending with the awarding of scholarships at the 1974 ,graduation ceremonies. Other activities were the G.A.A. Carnival, an overnight Ski trip, Candy Sale, car wash, T-shirt sale, and a number of playdays with other schools. The club tried something new this year, a pilot course in backpacking. Theylre hoping that if the course works out it can become an open class in the future years at AHS. ,pew Top: Carnival slellx bean count. Nliclclle: Linda King takes time for a good shot, Right: Ping Pong Balls a main attractitm. .fllmx e: iliicket Drawing winners. ...Q 8 ,Ag 6 Bama! rffincf Wdhweibi Smae 74045 The Courtesy Board of AHS is just what it proclaims to be. The members worked at Parents Night, babysat for Alameda School District Volunteers, made Easter eggs for teachers and helped with Open House, The Usherettes played an important part in making the All-School Play, Senior Play, and the 100th graduation at AHS great successes. These two groups of ladies give their services to our school without the recognition they deserve. So from AHS, "Thank youu. Top: AHS 1974 Usherettes, Center Left: Courtesy Board spring officers: Diana French, Sharon Bottini, and Therese Burden. Center Right: Courtesey Board fall officersg Robin Spencer, Diana French, Jo Ann Tiner. Bottom: AHS Courtesy Board. 'Q 01 4- "-SID' wp. 4.W,,,, A , , l Wvvae 1 ami' V Hflllkf wA,Al!lAZ05 Qacfdiq, fcfqat glock 14 fn Uawfime mf-vw"f""" Top left: Mr. Fenstermaker rries hard to keep possession Top right: Hal Snyder jumps for shot. Above: Don Ratro looks for open player. Left: Block "A" tries one last time for the lead. Wwnm'4 glock 34 ' pfL0ll4C0'Zl6 Nwmcfi The Womenys Block 'A' held its annual cake sale at South Shore and recycled newspapers in order to raise money this year. These activities were scheduled in order to be able to award deserving senior girls S 100.00 scholarships. The Sponsors were Miss Arlene Hoshi, and Miss Mary Lee Curry. Year officers included Kathy Cirmelli, Nancy Dubbs, Sue Kitani, Kathy Bellas, Kris Kurlinski, Janet Gulbransen and Carol Glazier. Left: KL to Rl Sue Kitani, Linda King, Carol Glazier, Nancy Dubbs, Mariella Pacovsky, Lynn Anders, Kathy Cirmelli, Judy Broughton, and Connie Espinoza. Below: Women's Block 'A' Members. L59 2 5 ii, 2 l 'i X9 Glade!! 5 The Pep Club began its activities last summer with a car wash. The members were well appreciated helping students with Spirit Week and holding Yell Leader clinics. Top: Spring Officers lL to RJ, Publicity Manager Cindy Powell, Social Chairman jennifer Gaulr, President Paul Brogdon, Sargent of Arms Lynn Gaines, Treasurer Nanette Bernaclou. Vice President Stewart Ogle. Top Right: Spring Pep Club members. Right: Seniors Day during Spirit Week l973. Pg. I77 Top: Fall Pep Club members. Bottom Right: Fall Officers KL to RJ Treasurer Mari lkccla, Secretary Becky Rouley, President Elaine Scott, Social Chairman Kathy Herristag, Seargent of Arms Sandra slay. Bottom Left: Mrs. Babler talks with contestants of bubble gum contest. Q P 35 3 ii ua M f N ae B Of the 160 members of the Ski Club a majority of them were ahle to attend the five trips this year. With combined efforts of officers and sponsors in planning, the season was a great success. Sponsors Dr. Gates and Mr. Daleney put together two trips to Heavenly Valley and three day-trips to Sugar Bowl, Alpine Meadows, and Squaw Valley, with ideal snow conditions at all times. Money raising activities were candy sales and two car washes that netted enough for many members to attend trips that otherwise would have been impossible. Qfficers are President Lynn Stiles, Vice-president John Larsen, Secretaries Lynn Pearson and Barb Snopkowski, and Treasurers Sandra slay and Elaine Scott. 5 4-iamah GM Under the guidance of Ms. Cassandra Robinson, the French Club had a very successful year. Included in activities during the 73-74 year were singing at the Girls Club for the International Party, Christmas caroling and Pot Luck Dinner with Encinal on the Naval Base. Also during the year they attended several French movies and went to "Le Bistro" for a quiet French Dinner. Robert Glynn was Fall President while Nancy Higbee supervised the Spring Semester. Top Right: Vice-President David Sabo, President Nancy Higbee, and Secretary Fidelia Wong, Spring Officers, Right: Fall President Bob Glynn, Vice President Mark Roberts, Treasurer Renu Miller and Secretary Fidelia Wong. Below: AHS French Club Members. ff v 2 .. , 5 2' ,ffm away, asa, a. ay Q Alafffw Members of the Horse Pucky Club formerly known as the Political Research and Debate Club, have somewhat livened up the AHS Club Life. President Keith Van Sickle and club members participated in such activities as a Photography field trip, a Cal Berkeley tour, garage sales, and even supported Gordo's candidacy in the spring Student Body elections. While the club spirit promoted high interest in the field of Horse Fucky, the club had an even more abundance of enjoyment doing so. C. S. F. this year had its usual high attendance and organization as it stimulated interests, fostered pride in high standards of scholarships, and encouraged further education for highly qualified young students. Board of Control made it's annual contribution of service to the football and basketball games and the twice a month student body meetings. Bs-W1 .1113 Ghana GMA Pwfcwm The Chess Club is organized to provide AHS with a five man team to compete in the Alameda County Chess League. It is open to anyone interested in chess, whether a beginner or an experienced player. The club meets most days during lunch in Room 211. Players are rated according to strength and a new member can challenge stronger and stronger players as he improves. The five top chess players in the club compete in chess tournaments against other Alameda County Schools. At the end of the season in April, trophies are presented to the two top teams in each division, as well as the top individual players in the league. AHS Chess Team members also receive block letters for their efforts. Right: AHS Chess Club Members. Below Right: Steve Heimans and Keith Hoag, enjoy a game of Chess at lunch. Below Left: Todd Phillips concentrates on his next move. I l f I '- . if 2 1 1 . Z, , J 'W ' "ie-5 :LQ " .. " "2 .a . 1 ,. -"'t ,. . QP'- 7' 1 4 Key K Key Club President Brian Boerman led the Key Club to one of it's best years ever. With assorted parties for the handicapped kids at Whitton School in Oakland, and a Raider-Jaycee basketball game, they provided fun for many children and adults. They went to a convalescent home once a week and provided bingo and cards for the patients. As fund raisers they had a Penny Market sale, collected Christmas trees, and donated money to the Muscular Distrophy Association. Officers included Brian Boerman, president: Bill Whitton, first vice-president, Glenn Bulman, second vice-president: Corey Rooks, secretary: Glen Rasmusen, treasurer: Willy Cox, senior director, Mark Rogers, junior director: and Craige Bryant, sophomore director. Keyettes also had a successful year. They performed many services to the community such as painting rooms at the family service agency, beach and Park St, clean-up, babysat at Kiwanis luncheon, and they polished the trophies in the display case near the school bank. Holidays were celebrated by having parties with the Key Club, and members also enjoyed themselves at a volley-hall game with the Kiwanis. Top: 1974 members of Key Club. Bottom left: Keyette club of AHS. Bottom right: Keyette officers. WML 7aqeZhm ...M Qlwa Qei IZ 7cwfaZhw lf Under the leadership of club President Mike Smith, the AHS MODEL UN CLUB shattered all previous financial and conference records. Helping were Vice-President Richard Avery., Public Relations Secretary Mike Sigmon, and Recording Secretary Sandra Henderson. Model UN delegates watched history in the making as they debated current topics as the energy crisis, nuclear arms limitation, environmental questions and many other problems of international latitude. THE INTERACT CLUB, which meets once a month, is open to the male students from the sophomore to senior levels with a dues of 31.00. The Club's main occupation is as a Service Club to the community. Top: AHS Interact Club Top Right: France Representative Ralph Ingram. Right: Recording Secretary Sandra Henderson, and Vice-President Richard Avery. Below Right: Mike Sigmon Public Relations Secretary. Below: Club President Mike Smith with German Consul General Eric Harder. :Wy f 604461445 Gam4Za0aAlw The Coin Club holds weekly meetings where members discuss and trade coins. The club also subscribes to three publications which help members determine the value of their collections. The members often attend coin shows in San Francisco and El Cerrito. On occasion they set up coin shows of their own. Right: Coin Club members: Elaine Scott, Cindy Powell, Lissa Harrison, Scott Happ, Lyn Lasar, Jody Reyes, and Bill Saxton. Below Right: Magazines, a big part of the clubs reference. Below Left: Mr. Jim Cooper Coin Club Advisor. x 1959 A Z 2 , S , a t ff x 5 2' . . rg. ifii'::g7a',4fef' asa.,-f--f'J""""' ' 5' vga' ,: , ' A -' 2 f -' X ' 2:32 e 'Sze ' , ' ,. ' V iw" 2 , . ,Q wi 'V 'L' mf cf. 7.3 ' f, ' . 'fiat 5 If 1 1 ,gy if QS., 3' K D .. we . ff f 'KIT f In M W 7ecZ,l! Alameda High School students mourned the loss of one of their fellow classmates, Ted Henderson. Ted, a freshman, was well liked by all his classmates. Born in Alameda, he had lived in New York and Japan, because of his fathers occupation. Ted was active in art classes at school and was quite good at it. He belonged to Explorer Post 747 sponsored by World Airways. He came back to Alameda a year ago and had attended his 8th grade year at Lincoln school. All of Alameda High is saddened by his loss. gt k " si" W . 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Patti McLelland, Linda Miiliard, Betty Millican, Liz Mitchell, Kathy Mockel, Darlene Monaghan, Jeff Moore, Jeff Morikawa, Stacey Vaijayantii, Mulay Mulhare, Susan Munns,KayCee Munoz, David Murphy, Dinell Murphy, Sean Mycroft, Cindy Naylor, Maggie Newton, Mary Niec, Sandy Nielson, Paula Nip, Charles Nish, Giselles Nish, Norma Noonan, Lloyd Nordstrom, Brenda Noriega, Roxanne Nuticr, Terri Orange, Carl Parker, Bruce ' 7 l? 9 af M ,- Q L f Q 4 I2 X 4 if 9 9 7' , 'V -r N A ,l ' SL ll 5, 1 J U ' L? I ,, ' C f . , . 1 , , -V .. , 'i vi " r J Q- ' ' ,V 5 , W . M ,f' 1 A A' fx' f' ' ,Vg "fx 12- ' g,' 1' A 1-pw if ' 25535. Q.. im n"' 1 I f iyikgirl ik. -,r' ' Q . 55 f- ri ? fr it H -l f . in V wa- E, ill ' F i 'ai l . -.nm M , ,ff ,- Ti f , , ,ul ,V 'A gg 1 r as W . ' in Q ' 1 ig 1 Ma. 1 N r 4 Q Q' Q . of " plan .t YW -N - I, if H5 ,ff Q, QQ do 7 J , rf V1 4, . ,X D , Q, GL Q A-'9 ' ' V S ' , -a s " 'Q , 1 1? Qi 4- A V -gi' , J' K V Vw. K, ., T -x 4, , Y , l . 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Sherri Garza, Rebecca Geer, Keith Gerald, Norine Glawe, Kathy Gibson, Larry Gilmore, Deb Gimlin, Keith Gobble, Debbie Gogven, Jenny Gonzales, Doug Gonzalez, Sylvia Goodwin, Mike Gordon, Ron fi.. -R ., ' af ., , A, 4, ne- e "S 1 f' '. -1 ,Visa-1 . ,ig V We moulin ' 1- .1... i V.. x 1.1 fu 6 Ne -1 5' tl , if f H . ,qu A ' gg' . V it l t ,V , eff, V QD ' ' Y , i i 7 X i A' l 1, V b Z ,I - V " 4. ,r K, rl- L h N vi -f rf ,f I . - W1 ' f' 1 'V 1 1 3 Q 1 . V1 A Z, , A 'S A. , , , f '+ ' I A ' ri , V W , . , , vt: , ' af . e 1 ' 'ii an ' 'N S A V N , A I' ' " Lv I X 'q V , F Q 5- , .. A.. V , l' -1 . . .1 1 v: I f rt.. if 1, .,. ' v I, f K. N J K N Q , ,W V ,X , W x, , ' 1 , X I R. H X V ex. I Em 1 ' '- ' i A it it i 1 r'-5 , Y V. I ' F '- 2 fx wfv 4' ' - 17- . , ' V g f ,A ,V , ,, aj A Q U, 1 5 , I' Q L A is ,L 5 gl' ". 1 5 .., 4 ,. " Af, 25 K A mv K V Q , Xu E K p ' I r t A ' . f I -V ,fig , , ga. , ,Q , ,,f,.. . , f - -. V k 'G Cv X5 x "' lr, K '. A V, ' " V i .'JY' . 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Sophomores work hard this year. wacswm Psifos, Tina Quintana, Ray Quintero, Mario Rangel, Jaime Ratto, Ben Ratio, Cathy Ray, Marilyn Reese, Sara Regan, Denise Reitsma, Jim Reitz, Steve Reno, Nancy Reynolds, Preston Richardson, Kelly Rivera, Raquel Robey, Erin Robinson, Alicia Robinson, David Robles, Antonio Rodenberg, Carl Rodenburg, Isabel Roth, Bill Rourick, Chris Rourick, Jackie Rowley, Becky Ruark, Maurice Rundie, Barbera Rupert, Paul Ryan, Stacey Samelson, Wynn Samson, Maita Sandifer, Jeff Sarrafzadeh, Brian Sarrica, Kurt Scalzo, Mark Schopf, Renal Shawnego, Scott Sheridan, Lisa Sherman, Mary Shugart, Karlene Silver, Debra Sonnier, Denise Sondio, Joe Soffiotto, Anne Snopkowski, Joan 41, -s, 4 1 v if r ,, lt? if , 6 U ,IG s fs -, ., f 5 , , a re Y w f 7ake vw an sw mea 14, .EU A' ,. J ef ff xv , T GN K3 'raw' X f .- V E J' iii irr- f -1 f W 5 -tl 'inf ' A 'ri R: . Qi V 2 i fav a 4 ima , e Q, , f, Q, , ix 'C C , l o ,ri i 1 vii K Y ' K 0 . rs, , , i , x 1 x .rf . c w, . 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L ell N, 1, , 1 i , Snider, Linda Smulyan, David Souza, Mike Splanger, Drew Speier, Brad Spellman, Mickey Spellman, Buddy Steele, Sharon Stormoen, Don Strawser, Scott Stubbs, Deirde Stucky, Jim Sturman, Rich Sutherland, Shannon Sweeney, Ellen Sweet, Kathi Tate, Jenny Teixeira, Cindy Terstege, Melinda Thacker, Melinda Thomas, Martin Thomas, Melvin Thompson, Don Thomasevich, Laura Trevallion, Sue Triplett, Ginger Truesdell, Julie Trujillo, Cindi Turner, Keith Tyler, Dan Uribe, Ben Vacca, Tony Valenzuela, Jennie Vandenakker, Carol Van Handel, Dave Van Popering, Rich Veasey, Gary Velasco, Arterto Vanhoe, Marlene Wales, Bob 214 Lee, Jody Lefeuve, Pat Leh man, Grace lautzenheiser, Mark Laviolette, Don Llwhorn, Margie Littlepage, Jim Livingston, Susan Longoria, lsela Walton, Kevin Ward, Debi Warren, Chris Watkins, Dale Watkins, Kerry Wehr, Mary Weller, Shelley Wesenberg, Carl Wetterling, Kurt Whitmore, Willie Wilcox, Eric Williams, Kevin Williams, Mark Wilson, Kendall Wilson, Laura Winkler, Peggy Wintens, Leo Withrow, Bill Wolfe, Heidi Wong, Losa Wong, Normita Wood, Greg York, Peter Yoshiwara, Kent Young, Bonnie Young, Chris Young, Meredith Young, Patricia Zabriskie, Cathie Zencher, Hal Zunclel, Melvin Zwijacz, Mike Glynn, Steve Horton, Debbie Kreiss, Dennis Mahaffy, Ted r , - 1 K A-. if th , vw f ' , 'JA-svza-fi '- K rzaf I fi TV f.- , nl , A f' ' J r Q 5 " - - - ' ' I lg 'ii ' A ' ' A '- f . 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A group of 30 Freshman worked with the Alameda Recreation Commission to establish a bicycle trail in Alameda, to finish off a great year. ov ' ,ea i,,f N W, 2 Abeyta, Pedro Aborashid, Maha Acosta, Marsha Adamy, Linda Adkins, Debbie Ahern, Karen Allamanno, Carl Amato, Carrie Anderson, Dan Anderson, Yvonne Andrews, Keith Apel, Michael Aragon, Jose Archer, Garry Archuleta, Eileen Armijo, Mike Avery, Karean Baker, Terri Ballard, Remy Barrantes, Julie Bas, Robert Bass, Mitch Battu, Anthony Baughman, Pam Beckering, Mark Beckman, Eunice Benton, Reynette Bergenholtz, Lisa Bergman, Janet Bernou, Daniel Berti, Gary Bertolino, A.nn Blackwell, Donna Blom, James Bolmen, Barton Bonadona, Denise Bongiovanni, Mary Botello, Joel Botti, A1 Bradshaw, Sheila Brown, Jan Bruce, Cindy Buccat, Elesio Buhnerkempe, Lori Buitrago, Barbara C Calderon, Tracy Calestini, Brad Calkin, Renee Campbell, Mark Capilla, Toni Cardwell, Cory Carlson, Mike Carmignani, Mark Case, Clayton Cavanaugh, Karen Challand, Denise Chamberlain, Sophia Chandran, Uma Chauncey, Dina Wh, , H- I M s Q e K sd 4 e 4 rw, ' ,- 0 ,I ,- I k ,,-of .pf , , , I.. 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' e, , 1 I -1 4 ' 4 1 swf' ia f ak Chord Sheree Cianciarulo Sally Clark Mellisa Clay, Andrea Clem, Doug Clendenen, Byron Clark, Bradford Coates, Paul Cobb, Debbie Codman, Gigi Cole, Kerry Cook, Casey Cook, Sharon Copple, Marsha Cornell, David Cottrel, Jil Cowell, Richard Crow, Wayne Cruz, Eddie Cunningham, Joy Cunningham, Rhonda Cuoco, Anthony Darby, Dennis Darrow, Marjorie Daubeneck, Jon Davids, Brad Davidson, Janice Denton, Tom Derr, Terry DeVor, Mike DeWolf, Kent DiGivlio, Mary Dillow, Bernice Douglas, Ken Dovmitt, Bob Downey, Ronda Downie, Richard Drennen, Debra Duffey, Darlyne Edsall, Heather Edward, Dianna Egerman, Richard Erdman, Bob Esparza, Chuck Farrow, Steve Fehlisch, Marion Fell, Mary Filip, Laura Finnell, Al Fischer, Patti Fiszchuk, Mary Flannigan, Mark Fleming, Grace Forster, Elizabeth Freitas, Steve French, Harry Garrett, Sandra Gaster, ED Giddens, Michelle Gillette, Debbie Gilmore, Joycelyn Gingrich, Michael Golledge, Susan Gonsalves, Lisa Grace, Steve Grassi, Tony Greene, Mike Grice, Mike Griffin, Karen Griffin, Valkyrie Groseclose, Brian Gnutzman, Tamy Guinee, Michael Guthrie, Larrie Guy, Brenda Gypson, John Halvorsen, Mary Hamilton, Tara Hammons, Margie Hanrock, Monty Hanecak, Sherylanne Hansen, Bob Hansen, Mike Hansen, Ray Happe, Steve Hargrove, John Harmon, Gina Hayes, Peter Henderson, Ted Heninger, Lisa Henry, Kristine Henschell, Glenyse Hernandez, Michael Hernendez, Tami Hoag, Ray Hoffman, Mike Hashimoto, Tom Hovey, Kelly Huergas, Romeo Ironsicle, Jimmy Jackson, Pat Jacobson, Kirk Jauco, Trinidad Jawad, Cynthia J ayne, Bonni Jennings, Lori Jepsen, John Jeske, Eddie Jew, Jean ,l, X, X .5 1 xo ox , V 218 f a 'Q Hi ., . 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Johnson, Georgia Johnson, Judy Kahuanui, Dan Kapellas, Nickie Keamey, Lisa Keel, Carol Keti, Kenny Kindle, Raymond Kitani, Dennis Klein, Denise Kleinhans, Robert Kluitenberg, Gerad Kolanda, Nicola Kozinchi, Jeff Krause, Gregor Kriser, Kurt Krites, Deborah Krites, Ronnie LaMa.nna, Perry Landreth, Cathy Larkin, Tim Lau, Fonnie Lawson, Janet Lee, Diana Lee, Helen Lee, Raymond Lester, Charlene O gawfwzen Zncf ami Lewis, Claudia Leyva, Roxanne Linde, Mark Littlepage, Virginia Livesey, Brian Lloyd, Ray Lopes, Dorothy Loux, Nicki Lynch, James Lynn-Jones, Jean Machado, Kathy Macias, Ricky Madeiros, Regina Mah, Alden Manning, Dean Mason, Cathy Mason, Steve Matheney, Joann Matheson, Kathi Matthews, Greg Maybee, Carol Mayer, Joy Mays, Tom McBrayne, Robert McCormick, David McElhinney, Fran McFarland, Bryan McGraw, Dayna McNamee, John McRory, Carole McRory, James Meda, Thomas Medina, Cathy Meekins, Arthur Merrigan, Patti Mesa, Dolores Michaelito, Pete Mikami, Michele Miland, Emil Miller, David Miller, Suzy Miller, Thomas Milljcan, Sue Mills, Jeff Montgomery, Paul' iq A. .1 'f, 2 141 AJS ,tg qw - , 1-, -4 r 11, If. x A 1. 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Q , 19 5 -5 qs ' ,six 7 he - .,, 9 1 ., ,, ' e - f 'Lex A Y ' I X ,V - Q. 'f' 1 , V - ,g f' ' ' ' f' J x 1 I X 1 I fr-f ' Q ' if, if W -lg, : V v yy J ,, , ,vm V 1 A 1. 4' JV", , , mls ei l 'ar -lg 2 , , fa. , . , .3 ,M 1 A :A A 'X M " if J A M- if, N 5 , I , X I fagx 53 tt ,, 751 ' 1 f K, gg if fx This freshman finds something more interesting than class. Morris, Cathy Morris, Eileen Morrison, Greg Mowrey, John Mowrey, Mary Ann Mulay, Pinky Mullen, Enita Munoz, Mary Ann Murphy, Claudia Murphy, Diane Murphy, Heather Murray, Laura Mycroft, Steve Naleway, Dean Nelson, Debbie Newkirk, James Nichols, Mickey Nichols, Toi-ina iQ?Er1in.r:nal1eQ Norris, Mark Nunes, Barry Odematt, Jean Olveria, Andrew Ortez, Joe Paisal, Andy Palombo, Susan Pannell, Patricia Pardee, Bruce Perkins, Steve Pattillo, Terry Patterson, Rick Payne, Stewart Person, Kim Peatross, Sue Pedersen, Brett Perata, Lisa Perez, Colleen Pesco, Tony Pieczonka, Terry Piedger, Beverly Pries, Kendall Proctor, Deborah Pruden, Margaret Pryor, Amy Pugh, Dean Purvis, Kathy Pye, Kevin Quintal, John Quintero, Ricardo Rabe, Sonja Ramos, Norma Ranoel, Alberto Ratto, Benny Ratto, Steve Reed, Gale Regan, Mark Reno, Dennis Rex, Edith Reyes, Engrasin Rich, Dwayne Richards, Brian Rikkers, Mark Roberts, Mike Robles, Joanne Rocero, Paul Rogers, Cindy Rooks, Corey Roth, Julie Roybal-Jr, Fred Royer, Tom Ryan, Dean Ryan, Mike Ryan, Mike Rusting, Jeanne Sakschewski, Micheal Samson, Mitus Sanbom, Rob Sandoval, Michelle Santos, Armando Saxton, Alan Segueira, Kenneth Silva, Dave Silveira, Rickey Silverman, Jeff Simon, Jonas Sisson, Dawn Smith, Jerry smith, Mark Softiotto, Bert Sonido, JoeAnn Sousa, Theresa Sperry, Douglus Stagnaro, Monte Stephens, Charlene Stephens, Ilene Stenberg, Debbie Stewart, Paul Stiner, Pamela Stoples, Paul Stumborg, Steve Suboreau, Chris Sumpter, James Sweeney, Diane Taddei, Jim Takahashi, Antony Takamura, Bob Taylor, Don Taylor, Glenda Taylor, Leonard Taylor, Sandra Taufenbach, Sylvia Tavemier, Clay Teixeira, Lewis Thieman, Cheryl Thomas, David Thomas, Lynda Thompson, Alan Thompson, Dolores Thompson, Jerry Thompson, Terry Treichler, Ann Trevallion, Stuart Truesdell, Janes Tsukcada, Howard Ung, John f,, ' ' ' A , .- , x Z-' K F2 7 T--Nrwm I Qin.. 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A ,gi , va-awl 5 in-A new X xii r f' , 'Ah A ' 1 Vanlenzuelea, Vicki W , Vanamburg, Donna Vandenakker, Jackie Vanderlaan, Robert Vangundy, Janice Vanhoesen, Wayne Vasques, Sylvia Walsh, Thomas Warner, Michar Weber, Gary White, Carol White, Kenneth Whitmore, Cyndy Wilbum, Bret W.I.lia.ms, Frances Williams, Jerry Wiltens, Victoria Wilson, Jeffrey Wingerter, George Wong, Arthur Wong, Laisha Wong, Sabrina Wortham, Wynette Wright, Kathy Vhght, Randel Young Mary Young, Bill Zug, Teresa ZOSE, Marnie Zahn, J on 4 'et if JM 231 -nw-I 4 fnwlfn-Ilnnfnsnn FUDEIIIH IIIRECTURS T s 3 T I H Ivfl I..,- . 1-521222114 -,,. "H ! SMITH C ANDERSON JR 1 i 2244 SANTA CLARA Avenue 5 Phone LAluhun9 2-I44l A ALAMEDA. CALIFORNIA 1 N ' s ol' 7l1enleMHl onum ,f OFTHEGULDEII nun 1 I I F The City of Alameda Congratulates The Class of 1974 1956 19651982 19832000 th ,Z 1957 1966 1981 1984 1999 - fl 1958 1967 1980 1985 1998 I 1959 1968 1979 1986 1997 GI-aduatlng 1960 1969 1978 1987 1996 1961 1970 1977 1988 1995 1962 1971 1976 1989 1994 Class 1963 1972 1975 1990 1993 T 1964 19731974 19911992 Alameda Chamber of Commerce 14151 522-0414 2437 Santa Clara Ave.. Alameda, Ca. 94501 226 Wayne E. Peace President ALAIVIEDA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LDAN ASSDCIATIDN 2445 Santa Clara Avenue - AIameda,CaIlI 945Ol 14155 52I-3800 ALAMEDA DRUG CO. CONGRA TULA TIONS TO THE CLASS OF JUNE, 7974 Fast Free Delivery 1501 Park Street Prescription Specialists 522-2552 ALAMEDA MOBILE GLASS SHOP AUTO 81 HOME "Windshield Specialist" FOR DOMESTIC 84 FOREIGN AUTOS LOCKSMITH - KEY 81 WELDING SERVICE 521-5503 NATIONAL GLASS 2301 ENCINAL AVENUE AT OAK STREET ALAMEDA, CALIF. 94501 JOHNNY'S GYM JOHNNY'S HEALTH CLUB Iflhshes the Boys and Girls of the Class of '74 a Happy and Healthy fu ture 2306 Encinal Ave, Alameda, Calif. 522-9837 Men only Special Student Rates GDALLAG H E R AND LINDSEY Congratulations Class of "74" Jack Gallagher Don Lindsey Fleal Estate Brokers Office 521-8181 2418 Central Ave. Res. 523-6628 Alameda, Calif. 94501 SKU' 'Ura T CONGRATULATIONS FROM 'lava wi' CARROLL TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. Groceries - Sundries Top Quality Meat 81 Produce Bottle Goods 1412 Park Street Alameda, California 94501 WE GIVE 81 REDEEM ALAMEDA MERCHANT STAMPS 3211 Encinal at High St. Tel.: 5230768 522-7171 BEST WISHES TO THE Class of '74 Congratulations Class of '74 WAYNE McAF EE FARMERS INSURANCE Smiley 81 Gallagher IAcross From Alameda Theaterl 2308 A.m32f2l.G:?2r Company ALANIEDA HQBBYCRAFT Fm, HOBBIES - CRAFTS - GAMES Artist Materials Picture Frames LAkehurst 3-3980 1415 Oak SUM Alameda, California 1356 Park Street Alameda 522-1 T32 ln Alameda Since 1943 Ward's S C H I N N Auto Painting Welding PEUGEOT Body and Fender Work Collision Work Chris Ward 1 Bob Jackson '7lZ-- , MESS' 1539 oak street 523-7685 Alameda, Calif. I Eisentraunt EQ i " Ron Cooper xx' " lVIondia TUCKER'S ICE CREAM 523-3264 TRY TUCKER'S STONE'S CYCLE RY SUPER-cnealvlzn ICE CREAM 2320 Santa Clara Ave. Alameda 1518 Park St. Congratulations to the Class of for distinctive Oriental Gifts - Art Baskets A Brassvvare June 1974 EXOTICA SHAW 3. LUNT REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE "Properly Management" 2233 South Shore Center Alameda, Calif. 94501 Phone 523-5353 1438 Pork Street LA 3-2020 I S 'fa c Lasar Placement Agency A 'W Northern CaIifornia's Largest Industrial Employment Service ALIIKPIII ik Quhilla illralltllw Industrial - Office - Sales Congratulations Class of '74 Thelma C. llvlickeyl Agnew Denise Agnew Codiga rl IE t t B lt 1430 Franklin sneer ea S 3 E ro ers Oakland, Calif. 94612 1428 Park St. Phone 893-9612 Alameda, Calif. Office 523-4000 P Xl 111 '5 CENTER OF T ALL SOUTH SHORE CENTER Best Wishes to the Centenial Graduating Class of '74 QW 9 300 PARK STREET ' ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA IAkohurst 3-6767 SOUTHSHORE BOWL EXTENDS WARMEST CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES Your Fine Records Meril a Successful Fulure "Your All-Nigh+ Parry HosI"' I Schroeder-Dm' Inc. ' For Flowers of me Highest Qualify m e JoHN s. TowATA PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE Alczmedc's Finest Flower Shop MODERN CREATIONS Styled by JOHN Alameda High Alumnus 741 Buena Vista Ave. 522-2033 Alameda, Calif- 2305 SANTA CLARA AVENUE LA 2-l3I4 TELEPHONE 523 31481 I II Wayne E. Peace President ALAMEDA RADIO AND TELEVISION ZENITI-I SYLVANIA - RCA 2524 SANTA CLARA AVENUE JERRY JACOBS ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA 9ll50I ALAIVIEDAFXFEDEFIAL SAVINGS AND LDAN ASSOCIATION 24455 CI A AI d C Il945OI - l4l5l52I-3800 CONGRA TULA TIONS L 1416 Park Street 522.5526 2270 Otis Drive 522-4241 BEN 8' RAY GREAT WESTERN 5 I WORLD'S LARGEST FAMILY OF INSURED ASSOCIATIONS '-' T Great Western Savings and Loan Association - Great Western Savings and Loan Association of Central California - Great Western Savings and Loan ' ei Association of North Hollywood - Great Western Savings and Loan 1420 Enema' AV Association of Southern California - Great Western Savings and Loan Association of San Diego - Great Western Savings and Loan Association of -' 'I Alameda, ca. 94501 Sam Ba'ba'a . Free delivery 81 phone orders Stationery - Gifts - Greeting Cards Leather Goods Phone: 522-5131 gl 523-7176 I-Akehurst 3.3343 Nleatsi 522-5133 SOUTH SHORE CENTER ALAMEDA, CALIF. For Flowers of the Highest Quality TEMPO MUSIC SHOP JOHN S. TOWATA RECORDS - STEREO Alc1medc's Finest Flower Shop Instruments - Rentals - Repairs MODERN CREATIONS Styled by JOHN Music Lessons Alameda High Alumnus South Shore Center LA 3-0733 2305 SANTA CLARA AVENU E LA 2-1314 R 1 cAvANAueH morons W 2 , . Over 50 Years in Alameda Imlnl, 5 E gi QIV I5 0 . Lee Cavanaugh, Sr. Lee Cavanaugh, Jr. K-'XLT' David Cavanaugh ' FEATURING THOSE EVER REFRESHING SPINEAPPLE JULIUS -DRINKS- EORANGE JULIUS 'JULIUS BUHGERS IFREIVCH FRIES 1 CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 'CORN DOGS TNEW YORK DOGS 1 XCHICAGO DOGS 'CALIFORNIA DOGS ESTEA KS 81 SHA KES L . l-Akehurst 3.5246 SOUTH SHORE SHOPPING CENTER E 3 ,sq 1--A---. 1700 Park Street OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ggi? TELEPHONE 522-O1 10 goaderze gakefzg Scott -jolmm Flaw Flowers 81 Gifts for oll occasions-F.T.D. Wedding and Party Cakes a Specialty RAY JOHNSON, OWNER I520 Webster St. Alameda, CA 94501 1417 PARK STREET 522-3456 RALPH A. GAEELMAN ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA 94501 TS? 'f ' . . Schroeder-Dent, Inc. I AI ' WELLS FARGO BAN K PRINTING 4 OFFICES TO SERVE ALAIVIEDA OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE 741 Buena Vista Ave. 522-2033 Alameda, Calif. Our Congratulations to the Graduates Make Beauty Culture your career. We are now a part ofthe Alameda Unified School District curriculum under the R.O.P. Program ALANIEDA BEAUTY COLLEGE 2318 Central Ave. 523-1050 J I Jade, Coral, P Lapidary Supplies Carvings, Custom DE LICIOUS Hot DOGS Work and Findings GEMS The Holy Terror 1401 Park St. WHOLESALE - RETAIL. Alameda George H. Flavih l415I 865-1135 1413 Park Street lVlon. - Sat. 9-7 Alameda, Ca. 94501 Sundays 11-5 4 'X ordanaro dr Zarcone Q P110 TUGRAPIIERS 644 EAST 74th STREET - SAN LEANDRO, CA. 94577 PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR ALAMEDA HIGH SCHOOL WE OFFER A COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE + FINE PORTRAITUIRE If CHILDREN AND ISABIES if ENGAGEMENT PORTRAITS if COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL 4' WEDDINGS- FORMAL 84 CANDIDS 4+ PUBLICITY AND PROMOTION 'P SCHOOL-ANNUALS 81 ACTIVITIES + IDENTIFICATION AND PASSPORT f COPY AND RESTORATION 4' EXECUTIVE PORTRAITS ALL IN NATURAL COLOR OR BLACK AND WHITE WENDY GINGRICH 644 EAST 74th STREET- SAN LEANDRO, CA 94577 562-8400 OUR 20th YEAR l 9 J . C. P E N N EY X X BLUE CARPET FAMILY COMPANY, INC. BILLIARDS WOMEN WELCOME ' TOURNAMENTS 2217 South Shore Center BILLIARD EQUIPMENT ' o LESSONS "The Friendly Place" I226 Park S+. 523-9858 ll 'its LOARD'S ICE CREAM URT5 mens wear n 'xusnlms GIEATIST sun' vAl.uls" 2265 South Shore Center 1533 wnsrsn sr., Aumsoa, cmromm 94501 non Mamnuun uvo., QAKLAND. CAUF' 94507 Alameda 521 -0873 The Best Ice Cream In Town FRANK McMANUS - HI AKAGI Everything For The Sportsman Ski Rental Service - Athletic Equipment Bowling Balls - Drilled While You Wait ALAM EDA SPORTING GOODS 1511 Park Street LAk9hurst 2-2345 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '74 H sAL'1',esq AUTHENTIC ENGLISH AEI'-. W5 Caps 2418 Encinal Avenue, Alameda Phcne 521-3553 N-'51 bf. ,.. iv vw, 5- 1 he 1,.. Kentucku Pied dkicken s u Y THE sucker on an nwzz. W sucxfnu-:alexa EAME1-I-DYIBIII 4-E ,.1:?E2ET1E,.ffE"' 5 5 no 7 pwpr.. ...1..,f..,.,.,.... Y' Give Mom U break sqmnes no normal app! A I Y 07:21 fwym' held ' good" DIAMONDS - RING DESIGNS- REIVIODELING SEELENBACHER JEWELER MANUFACTURING JEWELER WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIR ALL WORK DONE ON PREMISES ' 1507 WEBSTER STREET 522-8300 ALAM EDA, CA. 94501 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES FROM THE FRIENDLY BANKS OF ALAIVIEDA: ALAIVIEDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK BANK OF AMERICA UNITED CALIFORNIA BANK WELLS FARGO BANK Live Better Electrically BU REAU OF ELECTRICITY 2440 SANTA CLARA AVENUE - ALAIVIEDA Be Smart - - - Be Foxy INSIST UPON Dust Free - - - Odor Free FLAME LESS ELECTRICITY FOR: Cooking - Heating - Washing - Drying - Cooling Use More Electricity in Alameda, lt's Your Best Bargain. 9 b 0 1,0fI20x0'I Y Q1 gvlil' Slenderizing Sauna individual Instruction Steam Cabinet Mechanical Massage Figure Re-Proportioning T Student Rates 1528 Park Street Alameda, Calif. 522-3800 7 xx -X , x . X X X, BX 5: Zakelaffheum ancfum ZOZ9GAM -ZlC0lllM70fM6 Vx N5 NX +I IQ 5 25 XX U 5 fm Si 3? ff N I XX. , Vg iii? 238 Q31 ljk-Q if H . 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