Alameda High School - Acorn Yearbook (Alameda, CA)

 - Class of 1978

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ANTICIPATION IS . ION IS . . . ANT' ON IS . . . ANTI N IS . . . ANTIL IS . . . ANTIC IS . . ANTICI . . ANTICIP . ANTICIPA2 . ANTICIPATIL ANTICIPATION . . ANTICIPATION v- S . . V X. 6a 0 X L.,-J ' q:1 5, I . .- xAXxN L V I M 1 JG .LMC +01 QQQQC Ml QL Mk - MM 1 QQ, 4242 -uc ' Ole HWJ 0? 4 fcgfwx VH MA' X ECIQ C if T? Above Left: Commissioner of Spirit, Celeste Holmes. Left: Financial Secretary, Steve Canepa. Above Center: Vice-President, Shannon Conner. Above: Secretary, Sandi lanusch. Above Right: President Erik Alterman. qua' . Y , fix' X. 'N if N Alterman Heads Student Body Leading the Student Body during the Fall was Erik Alterman, calming angry students by investigating the parking ticket issue, while still participating in both SRC and SAC meetings and helping in the over-all transition to the new school. Fall Vice-President Shannon Conner managed all the assemblies, featuring Kalayaan and Max Pellicano. She also participated in SRC and SAC meet- ings. The decorations for all dances, along with intensive planning into the last "Farewell Dance" was done by Secre- tary Sandi lanusch. She was also in charge of the Ad-Board Spaghetti Feed held in early October. Steve Ca- nepa was Financial Secretary and pro- vided his help at the Thompson Field concession stand. Celeste Holmes made an enormous contribution in school spirit with a fantastic attitude, along with organ- izing the new Hornet T-Shirts, but- tons, pennants, and concession stand.. S.B. Officers Keep Busy The Spring semester saw hard-working Scott Keeler elected to student gover- ment's highest post, where his fanatical leadership helped him to better the con- ditions at AHS. Also working at his best vvas Vice-President Cary Silverman, who along with Scott, attempted to coordi- nate assemblies and dances. Recording secretary Morris Bonadona enjoyed a productive term in office, coordinating the third annual Don Perata Paper Shootp as well as collaborating with Enci- nal's officers on a joint dance between the schools. Financial secretary Steve Canapa was re-elected to a second term, and his committee continued to work dilligently, striving for a sound system for Thompson field and the court area while staying within the budget. Commisioner of Spirit Karen Nelson also did well, as she and her committee engi- neered the spring student body elections as well as trying to unite the students of AHS. 20 5 , W I u C 1 1 w I r , Top left' ' ' onadona 'IAI Top ri ht:,Vice-President Cary Silverman A v Above: IHHUCIB ec . a A , Left: President: Scott Keeler. X I Class Officers O O O F I n ish B Ig The members of the Class of '78 finally reached their long-awaited Senior Year. Activities were numerous and those who participated, proclaimed them a success. Under the direction of Tana Frazer, who served as President for the entire year, the officers did an excellent job at plan- ning and executing this year's activities. The Fall officers started their job early by making arrangements for the Senior jackets and Sweaters. To boost the class treasury, the officers planned a Paper Drive and Rummage Sale during the summer and a Bake Sale early in the year. Additional funds were donated generously by the Senior's own "Merg- ing Traffic". Despite the move to the new building, the Seniors still held the traditional Senior Assembly. The Senior Play and Senior Banquet were also a tre- mendous success. Arrangements for the Senior Picnic, "All-Night" Party and Graduation, in addition to numerous fund-raisers, were capably handled by the Spring Officers. Left: Secretary-Shannon Conner and Treasurer- Celia Wesenberg. Bottom left: Vice President-Kathy Roberts and President-Tana Frazer. Below: Yell Leader-layne Kirk, 23 juniors Look Forward To Senior Year. The Class of '79 led by President Danny Richardson had a spirited Fall semester. They came in second in the Spirit Week festivities as the junior jailbirds. The class also excelled when it came to fund raising. Various candy sales, and a Pancake Breakfast proved very successful. With this money, the Class of 1979 looked forward to a memorable junior Prom later in the year. Right: Fall Yell Leader Catherine Mariani. if , ......-,.., , x ,..-J' 24 H' . ' A . ., . A x .N F Y Bottom left: Fall President Danny Richardson. Above: Secretary Toni Nicosia and Treasurer Rebecca Amaguin. Soph Officers Keep Their Class Active The Spirit Week theme of the soph- omore class was the "Sophomore Su- perstars". The Fall class officers for the Class of 1980 were: President - Mary McElhinney Viceresident - Todd Aragon Secretary - Linda Chew Treasurer-Lisa Hurt Yell-Leader - Bunny Berney During the year the Sophomores had a Pancake Breakfast with the junior Class, a bake sale, two paper drives and three candy sales. The Soph-Hop, The lack O'Lantern litterbug, was held on October 28, and was highly successful. The band that played was Kalayaan. Right: Fall President Mary McElhinney, Fall Vice President Todd Aragon. Below: Fall Secretary Linda Chew, Fall Treasurer Lisa Hurt, and Fall Yell Leader Bunny Berney. 26 Top: Vice-President jerry Nildhamrong and Yell Leader Bunny Berney Left: Secretary Mary McEIhinney and Treasurer Regina Amaquin Above: President Todd Aragon 27 We is T if Frosh Mature During First Year The Class of 1981 had many fund rai- sers this year. They included bake sales, and candy sales. The Freshmen showed a great deal of spirit during Spirit Week taking third place as the "Freshmen of the Fifties". The class advisor is Mr. Nethercutt. The officers for the Fall semester were: President-Margaret Mullens Vice-President-Ann Alberts Secretary-jodey Collins Treasurer - Wendy Norman Yell-Leader - Lori Mazor Above: Fall Treasurer Wendy Norman, Secre- tary lody Collins and Yell Leader, Lori Mazor. Right: Vice-President Ann Alberts and President Margaret Mullens. 28 Wai if-if 'V if Xt l Top right: President Debbie Cangwar. Above: Treasurer Carol Nohra and Yell Leader Doris Ung Top left: Vice President Lisa Cecconi and Secretary Shannon Stanley Fall Ad-Board Aids In Transition. ff? ,f f' f ,Q cf,-A This year's Fall Ad-Board, headed by speaker Didi justin, kept very busy be- fore making the transition to the new school. The five committees: Assembly Planning, Campus Affairs, Finance, Pol- icy and Social Activities, headed by, Shannon Conner, Celeste Holmes, Steve Canepa, Gavin Payne and Sandi lanusch respectively, put together such activities as Spirit Week, Spaghetti Feed, Home- coming, Freshman Orientation, the Fare- well Dance, and the Sports Award Des- sert. The concession stand at Thompson Field was built and painted and the Transition Booklet and Multi-Media Show were completed. It was quite a wind-up to a final semester in the old Alameda High. Below: 1977-78 Fall Ad-Board. Right: Ad-Board Officers fleft to rightj Gavin Payne, Didi justin, Paul Kofman, and Sandy ja- nusch. Lf j QIN , girl M1 fl A A 'ML vtlfll w 1 ' -3 30 5 sv ,W 155 gun 5,9- J"'?f':' ,f V 5 I iw k A X5 , ,,.......-, 22 -""""' ...af- u N QQ. 45, f 1 Rf' Tfff if '22 - f. a, , ,Us ' . 2, Q, 2 5? 1 las fix Jw! "' 42 ffm. W 5 , MT' ' ,- ., ,A 1 H 7 4 V U 2 f v f f . K., PA 'f ' Q0 A ' A ww iii? Vfffaifb ' ' 4' Ag Q ff'f f g Z W 4 V, 1 H Y ik W ' Xi ' x, I' 'ww uvff-'vi I, ! WN-as I., mf E? vw E S al ' ,wx --M-ww f Jw 2 75 K s W MW. JV .fi 5' f, f 15 x , 5, 4- f-I gy? - :.. J' Q 4 2 -3 3 , H lswaaei wmwff f"" K-42 ,-.M,f,:,. 'fav 'M if W, 7,4 ff 'ea wifi? f' 1 im 5 Q 5 ... F' M X A . 51 a-, If .,' 5 av' ,Q .gf 2. 2 " 'qw , YQ cr-I iw., fl. if 2 Q 3 ff ll -ztl A not 3 "lib A I 4, N1 .4 . I I L K fW,,,, 1 "" , 5, awry hx? f t ifX fn? K rf 5-A v"W 'V I, ,M-N W-Q. I ,l sl Fall Lines C-et HS Rowdy. Once again fall cheerleaders showed there was no stopping their spirit. During their stay at cheerleaders' camp in Sacra- mento, both cheerleaders and pom pon girls won spirit sticks. Alameda cheer- leaders for the second year in a row won the spirit trophy at the ACAL Iamboreep along with a second place award at the Alameda Co. vs. Contra Costa Co. foot- ball game. Leading the cheerleaders this year was Io Kahuanui while Ronda Goodman led the pom pon girls. The IV cheerleaders with Mimi Kim at the helm, cheered at Hornet IV football games, and promoted much spirit and enthusiasm. Left: 1978 fall IV line. Bottom left: 1978 pom-pon girlsp lleft-rightI Sandy Ianusch, Susie Bonstin, Ronda Goodman, Tana Fra- zier, Darlene Hernandez, and Karen Sheilds. Below: AHS Buzzy Bee, alias Celeste Holms. K , ,Q 1, . ' K st if we .1 A x fa ' Hin i 33 ff RQ ,J Spring Yell Leaders Head Dave Relil Asst. Head Celia Wesenberg Asst. Head Fran Kah Alison Tees Elise Moe Berta Calestini -Em 81 Q Head Kathy Roberts Kathy Way Asst. Head Lori Lynch Lisa Longenecker lov' Sprin P0nvPon Amber White jolie Goo 35 F 3 C u l H T Y I vm X 'XX Y' x Xe f L: flfsmm V S? w ,,..0wn,,, Dav The Facult Takes Pride In It's Work R e Ke ki fe , N, P, M ' . tj, 4' . t 4 . R , ,f ,4 iff. A. 'A QTY, - XR C? , P, . .M ,C 'Y N,.k,TV Q, . ,,.' 3 fu, X P? W if ? ,Zi A 3, ' x s nwmy V ,. M X 6 I D Pauline Ames v 5, fb ff? ff?-k eg e55if.?e f fl ff 1 .463 ,Qyaix v. ' ,1 f. K w "s ' e . My iff '7"' L "we , V3 Vw g.. M , 1 Www Y' .,. X "Q L, in wi " - - f' z ,,,-'QSM . U26 ,fa , I Wg , 3t,t,'f5K,,.f W A W , . W ,K .emiwx www - 4 , , -Q V AI A '- f U f " g L, ' wif" , .1 e is ff? I. I ' wov- F3652 4' a : Mary Cappella mn- Faculty Shows School Spirit Carol Clylho Raylene I james Cooper 41 Faculty Enjoys New Facilities Dale Fredgenf Sa y ii? 43 I Togeth ,vi Q If Q 1 - , . N La g, A jackQHalIock -if l , P .ev"""-'uv ...- ',,,,.,, ,, ,.,, -,,,. . M ' asap " unassuming -uunanuuni ..,, m - A Vrky ,,,V , L , rf, i L, , ,,.A 1 11ea m,N IH "S P rson 1 fm, fhf ' 9 'H ,f"""' K gk - . 4. Dbn Efrqta ur' Rateaver N AQ Q92 53 gn :M 47 ix Charles in-wi :xml ,All kat" K I ,., WM wg "K, . -----"'tPe i Wy . 4 C lun: Faculty Gets Involved mf: firm TIL ..,,.. 23Q!l!!!snm 1 ' -f .V M, ff: l J up Th0rmahleJ U 1 , . ' ' ' ig ,df Brugte Ti Fwall M 1' S ,fx , A .K I X I , 15 1' M. A f 154' . . Below: David got creamed. Erik Alterman K...-.5 Lola Abeyta Christine Abreu Gina Abude Alice Alberts Sharon Altman Lisa Andersonw Scott Anderson Annie Aure Laureen Avery Tim Balyin Ron Banda Brad Barker Pamela Bates Debbie Beam lennie Bell Rene Bellez john Belmares Renee Bernadou Laurie Berry Nancy Bertolino Kathy Berumen James Birabent Jeff Bohlscheid Syndie Bolton Susie Bonstin Brett Borgerson l.Ul'1o'5 'thc Christopher Boyd Mary Braithwait Craig Brakebush Kurt Braun Mark Breazeal Chris Brecher loan Brennen 53 Ellen Broers Wendy Brooks Blake Brydon Sonia Burns Mark Canclelario Bennett Candler Steve Canepa Don Carlson Ron Carlson Debbie Champney Peter Chan Elena Cherry uf" Mr. Evans Leads Timicl Frosh gf ,, J A , gtlllll r ,, -BSL Q. Below: The spirit of Alameda past. Opposite page: Richard preaches "Berge's Law ,Ji H M like X if I . L 5. UIHIW' J C., Mike Clar Sarah Coalson Tammy Coates Richard Cole Bill Collins Katherine Cooper Shannon Conner Michaela Conway Ed Corpuz Alva Cortez Pam Coulter james Coustier 55 .V , V i Sophomore Syvabloies Sail Away Connie Cozzolino Vanessa Cummings Gregg Dawson Debbie Day leanette Day jerry DeCastro Diana De Young Martin Dickinson -- -1. ....,.,... .......,..,..-----M Christopher Dodge Brad Dole George Donatello Sheila Douglas William Edmiston Art Elefante Gen Elefante Yasmin Esmail Belinda Exner Kathy Fahy Peter Fahy Hasan Fare ' i With Spirit Week mfg? ln.. Clif Farina Randy Farris Kenneth Fass fi juliane Federico Benn Fenn Soph-Hop "Sadie Swing" Enjoyed By All Patricia Fleming Ted Floyd David Folk Debbie Follrath Linda Foster Bryan Fox Tanamarie Frazer Doug French n""""N I . gif X 1 N L,- ff' ,S , xffllm f Above left: Merging Traffic star, Alan Waidley. Righig Seniors Show wh0'5 got the power, Above right: Karen keeps time with the help of Mickey. i- i""'7' G' 'Foe 1'fv'f" Ed French Karen Furtado Mike Galena Tamlynn Garretson Steven Garrett Whitney Gaunt Dan Ghera Pam Gilmore Tom Glynn Connie Gobble Tanya Golledge Ronnie Gonzales 8er's Do It With Pride Jolie Goo Judith Guibransen Mary Gustin Lisa Hass james Hagen Glen Hansen -Xliaren Hagpg David Harmon jamie Hayame Kevin Hennessee i Henry Hentemann r Linda Hernandez Patricia Herr X Veronica Herrera Right: "Gotta light?" Below: Braun's Lullaby. 'SL , ,X , Tracy Hittle Celeste Holmes Karen Holt Kent Howard Chip Huckaby Eleanor Huie Rachel Hunter Lynn Hurwitz Brad Hynes David laber Mary lacak jerry jacopetti Gigi james Sandi janusch Bobbie layne Iames jenkins Brad johnson judy johnson julie johnson Wayne johnson Steven jones Timothy jones Yvonne jones Denise justin jo Kahuanui Matt Kapellas Phuong Karsevar Scott Keeler Cindy Kennedy Kim Kennedy Pratima Khatri Brent Kindle jayne Kirk Valerie Knell Tammy Knott Sandra Knudsen Lochner Serves As Class Advisor 1 it , A L at l e Left: Mark plays without a full deck. Below: "You talking to me?" 3 ' ' i - ,X ,, , y ,T-79? Paul Kofman M l'1J Elizabeth Kools 34 L ' '1 k',j,73'?' fx Q5 Derek Krause Kathy Kugler Linda Lacativa Mike La H ue Mike Lane Kirsten Langerfield Cindy Lanier Tim Laramie Lisa Layton Pat Leach Patricia LeClair David Lee Judith Lee Randall Lee Lulu Leptich Sharlene Lerone Carol Lewis Penny Lidyard Glenn Lim Kathy Liming ff' 35.4 Q A w ' A' X- B junior lanitors i it - ., Q. qv-..-, Barbara Lindsay Don Longanecker Lisa Lothian Pamela Low loyce Lutz Lori Lynch Lynne Lynde Anne Maddock Patti Marchesi Michelle Marshall Robin Martin Charmaine Martinelli Rusty Martinelli Cheri Mason Debbie Matsura Mike Maurice Robert May Marie McCIeve Scott McDonald Steve McKenna Candy Sales Add To Class Treasur Deanne Mediati Brad Mencarelli Roke Mendiola Yvonne Mendiola Tom Mendoza Michael Michaleto Lesley Millard Denise Miller lack Millpointer Laurie Miner Ellen Mitchell Jeanette Moffit Kevin Molder Kathleen Montague Dan Moore Greg Morgado David Morgan Kenneth Morris lohn Morris Vicki Morten Left: It takes a lot to excite a Senior. Below: Chris Patton looking smart. 5 Rick Munoz ,Debbie Myers Madin Navarro Laura Naylor Karen Nelson Huong Nguyen Minh Nguyen Birney Niederbrach janine Nish Guy Nohra Torn Nunley Donna O'Brien Thomas Oliver Ricardo Opilla Iody Oriarte Linda Pacheco Kelly Pak Mary Palazzotto Karla Parker Gavin Payne Top: Too much for two eyes. Bottom: What does I stand for? 68 jr. Prom "Dancing in the ,Q ,,,- . ff Erik? 1-'ff' 4 4 262' yf ,. 5 IU! 4 Moonlight", a Crowded Event twee- it X, Matt Pena 1. Peters Debbie Peterson jeff Peterson Debbie Phillips Tonja Phillips David Pimentel Rodney Pimentel Nick Poree William Power Byrne Pumphrey Linda Purvis Rusty Quintana Mary Ramirez Nick Ramirez Lorenzo Ramos Mischele Rangel .Renee Rasmussen Lorrie Ray leanette Reed Farewell Assembly nd Exit The Bod Anthony Reid David Reitz Vicki Reynolds Kim Richina Tammy Risley Kathleen Roberts Ricky Robertson DeeAnne Robinson Vince Rodriguez Barbara Rourick Gordon Ruark Steven Rundle Lori Ryley David Samelson Qv....-y- 5-.V M Show Senior Talent Diana Sanchez Fabita Sanchez john Sanford lan Santel laclyn Santos Tony Sardella Kim Satriano Lisa Saugar Karin Schaening lim Schlagel Diana Schwarte Karen Selhorst Thomas Sensabaugh Pam Sequeira Laura Serna Pam Seto Michael Sherman Chris Shipley Mark Sigmon Benjamin Siu Greer Smith Ray Snider Yvette Sonnier Ellen Steele Richard Stevens Cynthia Stookey Tami Strohecker john Sturman jeanette Taff Eugene Takahashi janet Targett Tina Thacker Charles Thomas james Thomas Michael Thomas Bruce Thompson Beverly Tolentino Diosa Tolentino Grace Tolentino Karen Tolentino Sandra Townsend Stacie Tripp Tim Truscott Aija Tulus David Turcotte Kim Turner jackets And Sweaters Shovv 4 '45 'e iii 1 J iw ,NML..4: J 5, Above: Being a Senior is serious business to Valerie Knell. 73 Evan Tuttle Nancy Ung Joanne Vacca Lesley Valenzuela Dennis Valerio Tim Vaughan Karen Veenbaas Robert Venegas Denny Wallace Sandra Wallace Chad Walsh Top: Celia shows "hair-raising" spirit. Right: Martin Dickinson does his famous pig call Senior Circus Captures Spirit Week Trophy For Third Straight Year Carol Wayburn Ch dl Celia Wesenber Pam Wi iams hd I ci ristine Wei er 8 Robert Westerhoff Diane Williamson Christine Wilson Dan Wilson Lisa Wilson Rocky Withers Durvvin Wong liacey VVong David Worley Rebecca Wride Paul Wright David Wyles jeff Wysling R tGytcl 76 3 News ., . 'S 1 i u'Y'T'wfvf.ei. ,W 14-,, "-is 3 .57 L. M 'N-.,,W A H ' Wuwilmmiu. w ' 'Hilti M..- T ""'Q XX Left: Dan takes it slow. Below: Miss Lee plays teacher Elizabeth Yee Christopher Patton jennifer Schlenzig Senior Roll Call ALTMAN, SHARON: Girl's Glee ANDERSON, LISA: Gymnastics, Track, Powder Puff Football, Statistician AVERY, LAUREEN: Stat Girl, Powder Puff Football, Yearbook, Synchronized Swim- ming, Ski Club, Pep Club Kounteract, Suzie-Kye. BANDA, RON: Football, Basketball BARKER, BRAD: Yearbook Editor, Stage Band, Concert Band, Fabulous Hornie Band tcharter memberl, Marching Band fstudent conductorl Leadership, Ski Club ipresidentj Track, X-Country, lack Clark Award BELL, IENNIE: Varsity 84 IV Badminton, Varsity 81 IV Volleyball, Powder Puff Bas- ketball, Ski Club, Asian Club, Pep Club, Block "A", Intramurals BERNADOU, RENEE: Swim Team fcap- tain, All-Leaguel, Softball, Block "A", Pep Club, Kounteract, Italian Club, Pow- der Puff BERTOLINO, NANCY: Softball, Ko- unteract, Dance BOHLSCHEID, JEFF: Brown Bag, Senior Play, Spring Production BONSTIN, SUSIE: Varsity Pom-Pon, Stat Girl, Ski Club BRAUN, KURT: Swim Team, Hornie Band, Orchestra, SAD-N Club BREAZEAL, MARK: Track, X-Country, Football, Intramurals, Oakleaf, Key Club iV.P. Senior Advisory, Ski Club tTres. 81 Sec.j French Club, Brown Bag BRECHER, CHRIS: Stage Band, Concert Band Orchestra, SCC BROERS, ELLEN: "S" Club BURNS, SONIA: SCC, PTSA, Close-Up, "S" Club, tV.P. 81 Pres.j, Ad-Board, Oak Leaf, "That's Debatable", SAD-N CANDELARIO, MARK: Football QAII- Leaguel CANEPA, STEVEN: Debate Team, Chess Team, CSF, SAD-N, Intramurals, SB Fi- 78 nancial Secretary, lr. Class Tres. 84 Pres. Hornie Band, Video Club CHERRY, ELENA: French Club CLAR, MICHAEL: Football, conf, csr, Ski Club COALSON, SARAH: Swim Team COATES, TAMMY: Softball, Swim Team, Ski Club, Dance, Kounteract, Pep Club COLLINS, BILL: Ski Club, Mountain- eering Club, Brown Bag CONNER, SHANNON: Ad-Board, ir. Class Pres., Sr. Class Sec., Student Body V.P., Dance, Pep Club, Varsity Pom-Pon, Gymnastics, Track Tennis CONWAY, MICHAELA: French Club, Key Club, Close-Up COOPER, KATHERINE: Close-Up CRAWFORD, HERB: Football, Wrestling, Interact iPresidentJ Qickiusom, MABIIN: oak Leaf tEdi- torj, ROTC, Close-Up, Stage Band, Var- sity Baseball, Varsity Basketball, Block f1An DODGE, CHRIS: Water Polo, Swim- ming, Ski Club, Block "A", Youth Science Congress FARINA, CLIFF: Varsity Football, Base- ball, Basketball, Interact FARISS, RANDY: Video Club, Intra- murals FEDERICO, IULIE: "S" Club, Vocal Chords FENN, BENN: Track, X-Country IAII- ACAL, All-Eastbay H.M.l, Intramurals GHERA, DAN: Wrestling, Video Club GLYNN, TOM: French Club tV.P.J, CSF GOBBLE, CONNIE: Stat Girl, Dance, Pep Club, Oakleaf, Homecoming Queen GOO, IADE: Gymnastics, Track, Stat Girl Asian Club, Varsity Pom-pon FLEMING, PATRICIA: Italian Club, Or- chestra, Concert Band, "S" Club Ur. Di- rectory FOSTER, LINDA: Pep Club, French Club, Ski Club, Swim Team, Badminton Team FOX, BRYAN: Varsity Tennis FRAZER, TANA: Pom-pon tAsst. Headj, Pep Club, lr. Class Yell-Leader, Sr. Class Pres., Ad-Board, Ski Club, Sr. Play, All- School Play, Kounteract, SRC, SAC FU RTADO, KAREN: Kounteract GARRETSON, TAMMY: Track team manager, X-Country Stat Girl GAUNT, WHITNEY: Football, Basket- ball, Baseball, Tennis, Interact CULBRANSEN IUDITHZ Swim Team, Pep Club, Ski Club, Sr. Class V.P., CSF, SAD-N GUSTIN, MARY: "S" Club HANSEN, GLEN: Track, Tennis Ski Club SAD VHAPP, KAR : Swim Team, Pep Cl HENNESSEE, KEVIN: Football, Tennis, Interact, Intramurals, Sr. Talent Show HERRERA, VERONICA: Softball, Track, Ski Club, Pep Club HOLMES, CELESTE: Commissioner of Spirit, Buzzi Bee, Pep Club fPres.I, Frosh V.P., Soph Sec., Ad-Board, Powder Puff, Dance, Kounteract, "S" Club tV.P.I, Close-Up, All-School Play, Ir. Prom, Soph-Hop Committee HOLT, KAREN: CSF, "S" Club HUCKABY, CHIP: Ski Club, Auto Club, Track HUNTER, RACHEL: Ski Club, Pep Club, Stat Girl, Yearbook, Kounteract, Ad- Board HURWITZ, LYNN: Volleyball fVarsity 84 IV co-captainl, Badminton, Block "A", Ski Club, "S" Club, Brown Bag Con- spiracy HYNES, BRAD: Basketball, Ski Club IABER, DAVID: Varsity Football, Track, Basketball, Interact tPres.l IACAK, MARY: SCC, CSF, Swim Team, Pep Club IACOPETTI, IERRY: Oak Leaf, Video Club IANUSCH, SANDI: Swim Team, Pep Club, Ski Club tTreas.l, Pom-pon, Ad- Board, Sr. Play, Spring Play, SB Rec. Sec., Soph Pres., lr. Treas. IAYNE, BOBBI: Swim Team, French Club, Usherettes, Keywanettes lV.P.j, CSF IENKINS, JAMES: Stage Band, Adv. Band, Chess Team IOHNSON, WAYNE: Diving Team, ln- tramurals, Ski Club, SAD-N 13rd Asst. V.P.l JONES,-I STEVEN: Stage Band, Concert Band, Orchestra, Football JUSTIN, DENISE: Yell Leader UV 81 Var- sityl Ad-Board fspeakerl, Frosh V.P., Soph V.P. Pep Club, lr. Prom Queen, CSF, SCC, PTSA, Close-Up, Ski Club, Dance, SAD-N, Girl's State KAHUANUI IO: Yell Leader tHeadl, Softball, Kounteract, Ad-Board, Powder Puff, Ski Club KEELER, SCOTT: Star Trek Club fPres. 84 Founderl, ROTC llst Lt. Public Informa- tions Officerl SB President KENNEDY, KIM: Yearbook, "S" Club, Pep Club, Spirit Week, Stat Girl KHATRI, PRATIMA: Intramural Volley- ball KIRK, IAYNE: Intramurals, Powder Puff, Ski Club, Pep Club, Kounteract, Sr. Class Yell Leader KNUDSEN, SANDY: Ad-Board, Sr. Class Treas., Pep Club fsec.l, CSF, All-School Play, Spirit Week, Volleyball, Hornet's Buzz, SAD-N 12nd V.P.J KOFMAN, PAUL: Wrestling, Football, Track, Ski Club, Powder Puff 81 Spirit Week Cheerleader KOOLS, ELIZABETH: Volleyball QAII- Leaguel Badminton, Key Club, CSF, SAD-N 13rd co-V.P.I, Intramural Softball, Pep Club Asian Club KRAUSE, DEREK: X-Country, Track Oak- leaf KUGLER, KATHY: Ski Club LA HUE, MIKE: Football LEE, DAVID: Bicycling Club tPres.J LEE, IUDITH: CSF tPres. 84 Treas.l, Band, Orchestra, Brown Bag, Intramurals, Vol- leyball and Badminton fmanagerj LEE, RANDALL: Tennis Team LERONE, ANGELA: All-School Play, Sr. Play Spring Production LIM, GLENN: Golf, CSF, Asian Club, SCC, SAD-N Qlst Asst. Co-Pres.I LOTHIAN, LISA: "S" Club fV.P. 84 Pres.l LOW, PAM: Ski Club, Pep Club, Swim Team, Badminton Team, CSF LUTZ, IOYCE: "S" Club LYNCH, LORI: Pom-pon fAsst. Headl MADDOCK, ANNE: Swim Team, Pow- der Puff MARTIN ROBIN: l.V. Volleyball MATSURA, DEBBIE: Volleyball, "S" 79 Club, Asian Club, csr MAuRicE, MIKE: conf MCCLEVE, MAIRE: Keywanettes, Bad- minton McDONALD, SCOTT: French Club, Ski Club, Close-Up MENCARELLI, BRAD: Golf, Video Club tPres. 84 Sec.l, Yearbook MILLPOINTER, IACK: Basketball, Golf, Auto Club, Video Club, SAD-N Club MORGADO, GREG: Baseball, Oak Leaf MOORE, DAN: Track, Ski Club MORTEN, VICKI: Cheerleader tVarsity 84 IVI, Stat Girl, Powder Puff, Yearbook, Ski Club, Pep Club, Kounteract, Suzie-Kye, Synchronized Swimming, Bond Issue I MUZIO, DINO: "All-Around Nice Guy" NELSON, KAREN: Cheerleader fVarsity 84 IVI, Commissioner of Spirit, Pep Club fPres.J, Orchestra, Band, Homecoming Queen, CSF, Frosh Treas., Soph Ad- Board, lr. Class Yell Leader, Close-Up, SCC, SAD-N, Ski Club tV.P.l, Tennis Team, Swim Team, X-Country, Block "A", Intramurals NGUYEN, MINH: French Club, NOHRA, GUY: Football QVarsityl, Track, 80 French Club, Intramural Basketball, Tal- ent Show, Sr. Assembly ORIARTE, IODY: Ski Club, Pep Club, Mat-Maids lAsst. Headl, Kounteract, Softball Team, Dance Club PAK, KELLY: Varsity Tennis Team PALAZZOTTO, MARY: "S" Club, ltalian Club PARKER, KARLAz Mat Maids tHeadl, Pep Club, Dance Club, Spirit Week PATTON, CHRISTOPHER: Basketball IFrosh, l.V.l, Badminton PAYNE, GAVIN: Ad-Board fVice- Speaker, Policy Chairmanl, All-School Play, Sr. Play, SAD-N fPres.J, Boys' State, Close-Up, French Club qPres.l, ltalian Club fPres.l Mountaineering Club, Ten- nis Team PETERS, I: X-Country, Track, Ski Club PETERSON, DEBBIE: Mat Maid, Ski Club, Orchestra, Softball PHILLIPS, DEBBIE: Yell Leader fl.V.j, Pep Club, "S" Club, Ski Club, Yearbook, Stat Girl PIMENTEL, RODNEY: Football, Wres- tling, Track, Key Club tPres.l, Orchestra, Band, Block "A" POOLE, BILL: Football, Basketball, Track, X-Country POREE, NICK: Ad-Board, Golf Team, Yearbook, Football, Video Club RAMI REZ, MABl3,,BQmdeLPsHk ,,4, ww ,'f"4' R Varsity Co-Captainl Powder Puff Ski Club, Pep Club, Kounteract, Stat Girl :L ,auf- RASMUSSEN, RENE: Tennis Team U.V. L.-Mfg'-1 xx XJ REED, IEANETTE: Cheerleader fVarsityl,T Pep Club, Ski Club, Kounteract, Star Trek, Powder Puff, Ad-Board, Yearbook, Suzie-Kye Club f REICHERT, NANCY: Gymnastics, Vol- leyball, Powder Puff, Key Club REID, ANTHONY: Mountaineering Club, Ski Club, Yearbook, Soph-Hop 84 lr. Prom committees, Intramurals, Spirit Week REITZ, DAVID: Football, Wrestling, ,X Track, Key Club , Bicycling Club, Pep Club, Yell Leader fFaIl Varsity, Spring Headl Model United Nations Club REYNOLDS, VICKI: Stat Girl, French Club, Soph-Hop Committee RISLEY, TAMMY: Swim Team, Ski Club, Pep Club, Powder Puff ROBERTS, KATHLEEN: Sr. Class V.P., Pom-Pon tHeadl, Volleyball, Pep Club, CSF, Yearbook, Stat Girl, Ski Club, Close- Up, Keywanettes, SAD-N 12nd Asst. Co- Pres.l Powder Puff Basketball ROBERTSON, RICK: Band Master, Stage Band, Concert Band, Football ROBINSON, DEE ANNE: Star Trek, Or- chestra, IROTC, Pep Club, "S" Club, Keywannettes, Usherettes, Vocal Chords SAMELSON, DAVID: Varsity Tennis tCaptainl CSF, Fellowship of Christian Athletes SANTOS, IACLYN: Dance, Chess, Pep Club SARDELLO, ANTHONY: Band SCHAENING, KARIN: Ski Club SELHORST, KAREN: Swim Team, Volley- ball tl.V., Varsity Co-Captainj, Block "A", Intramurals, Powder Puff, French Club, Asian Club SETO, PAM: Pep Club, Usherettes, "S" to lrxfxx N ji gi All ,tw Q, .sr vw :SJW E gy' uv 5' Club SHERMAN, MIKE: Mountaineering Club, Yearbook Photographer SHIPLEY, CHRIS: X-Country, Track, Ski Club, Oak Leaf SICMON, MARK: Student Rep. to the School Board, Ad-Board tSpeakerl, Track, X-Country QAII-League, All-East Bay H.M., Ray Sedillo Award, Captainl, Block "A", SCC, SAD-N fBible Bearerl, Hornie Band, Key Club, Model U.N., "That's Debatable", CSF, SAC, Close- Up, Spirit Week, Sr. Assembly, Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes SIU, BENJAMIN: Auto Club, Tennis EELE, ELLEN: Ski Club, Pep Club, Yearbook, Swim Team, Cheerleader UVJ Qnwder Puff, Stat Girl, SAD-N X.. TARcErT,1f-IIET: ska Club, Pep club THOMAS, CHARLIE: Track, X-Country tmanagerl, Key Club f"Pres. of the Year"l Ski Club, Brown Bag, Spirit Week, Oak Leaf, Powder Puff Cheerleader THOMAS, IAMES: Football, Spirit Week TOLENTINO, BEVERLY: Asian Club, CSF TOWNSEND, SANDRA: Track Team, Swim Team fmanagerl, Pep Club, Keywanettes, Usherettes TRIPP, STACIE: Kounteract, Italian Club, t 'Z -'ry , .- .5 ,iw Powder Puff, Softball, Block "A", Spirit Week Tutus, AIIA: Volleyball fl.V.l TURCOTTE, DAVE: Auto Club TURNER, KIM: Ski Club, Orchestra UNC, NANCY: Volleyball, Badminton iCo-Captainl, SCC, CSF fV.P.l, Ski Club "S" Club, Brown Bag, Asian Club tPres.l Intramurals, Block "A" VACCA, IOANNE: Ski Club, Italian Club VALENZUELA, LESLEY: Ski Club VENECAS, ROBERT: Football, Track, Golf, Block "A", SAD-N WAIDLEY, ALAN: Stage Band, Orchestra WARNER, RICHARD: Varsity Golf, CSF, Track, Debate Club, SAD-N flst V.P.l WATERS, TERRI: I.V. Cheerleading WAY, KATHY: Gymnastics, X-Country IAII-ACAL, All-East Bayl, Track, Ski Club ISecl WEIDLER, CHRISTINE: "S" Club lSec.J, "That's DebatabIe", Brown Bag, SCC WESENBERG, CELIA: Track, X-Country QAII-League, All-East Bay, Captainl, Bad- minton, Ir. Class Sec. 81 V.P., Sr. Class Sec. 81, Tres., CSF, SCC, Ski Club fPresi- X ,JNXDQID D i IA 5 in dent, VPJ Mountaineering Club, Ko- unteract, Pep Club, Varsity Yell Leader tAsst. Headl, SAD-N QActivities Direc- torj, Co-Editor Yearbook, Spirit Week, Sr. Talent Show, Intramural Softball, Badminton and Volleyball Champs WESTERHOFF, ROB: Oak Leaf tEditorj, Hornie Band, Yearbook WHITE, KEN: X-Country, French Club fV.P.l Orchestra, Track, VICA, Key Club WILLIAMS, PAM: Soph Sec., Ir. Class Sec., French Club fSec.l, Usherettes, Swim Team All-League, Ash jones Award, Block "A", Intramural Volleyball, Badminton Team WILLIAMS, REBECCA: French Club, Swim Team All-League, Block "A", "S" Club WONG, DURWIN: CSF, "That's Debat- able" WONG, TRACEY: Tennis Team tCap- tainl, Asian Club, Brown Bag Conspiracy WRIDE, REBECCA: Volleyball, Badmin- ton, CSF, Close-Up, Brown Bag Con- spiracy, Girl's Glee, Chamber Singers Vocal Ensemble I WYLES, DAVID: Adv. Band, Football YEE, ELIZABETH: "S" Club, Asian Club 81 U I O I' S ? J 82 I l Agnes Abude Doug Allee Louis Almario Robert Alvis Rebecca Amaguin Nancy Anderson Michele Arman Sarah Avera Chris Baldi Rick Balvin Carmen Barlie Gary Barlie joe Batle Colleen Belanger loan Benolino Bonny Beschla Robin Blaisdell Michael Bodiford Morris Bonadona Mary Borgen Lisa Bolello Bo Boulware Beth Braithwait Helen Brailhwait Debbie Broers Mike Brogdon Ken Brown Steve Brown Wendy Brown Dennis Buckner Mike Burlgsay Linda Byrne Denise Cabecciras Bryanl Caleslini Above: "He was so fine!" Left: Ronda Goodman welcomes a freshman to AHS. Upper left: Colleen and Nancy arrange to be classmates. fir ibrfsg. i fr ggi luan Cardenas ik ffsfil 5 , Dana Cardwell lill Carr Karen Cecconi Carla Challand Scott Champion Charles Chaplin Warren Chan Yvette Chandler Theresa Chave7 Tina Childress William Chin Wayman Ching Kenny Chord Daniel Clar Kim Clary Sarah Coalson Mike Collier john Collins Roberta Conklin Aaron Coombs Roxanne Copple Lorrie Croll Greg Cropper Carol Crone Todd Coutts Gina Davi Susan v'ds on Davis Roderiek Davis Phillip Deeff Lenoir DeMonte Ed Derieg Michael Dickinson Lisa Diel7 Dennis DiFabio Dean Donaldson Carrie Doumitt Beth Dwyer Mike Eby Steve Eggen Peter Eichelberger Debbie Emmons Rose Evans Bill Everett Norm Fenk john Finbraaten Brian Finch Laura Fitzmaurice f' ' . , ,, , 4. 1 , :w M , ,gf 4: nv itz ik M as L 4 1 a A ww owwlfj 99 . vw ,,,, "f,v- s 84 ,, it Y Y. I or Alum-'IGB i"lS hw Kelly learns funny face techniques from Right:""l was about to say . . . " Opposite page: Brenda finds milling-in boring. ...na juniors Earn oney Selling Cand 0 -Q26 W 50 . . tiff? . - f my .Wa ,, . X v zc ?i R 'X , 2 1 fi 5 5 A j , t. S fr ,ti , f G , l 55. , by g B I .ai a at ,Q Z? Av Whig, ' hifi r 2 ,. ,, . I , 23 Y 1 i i K lanet Fitzpatrick Fran Foley Mary Folk Gary Fortin Evelyn Foster Tammy Foster Gregory Gamnill Rachel Garza leff Gault Richard Gee Lloyd Gerald Ron Gestuvo Bryce Gibb Karin Gillette Mike Gilmore jack Gobble Lynda Golledge luan Gomez Larry Gonzalez Yvette Gonzalez Ronda Goodman Debbie Goodwin Rich Gray Margaret Grayson Stephen Greczmiel Gregg Groff joii Guevara Dave Hall Ken Hallum Kelly Hamilton Kennv Hanecak john Hanna Cindy Hardy Brian Harvey MariLou Haines leff Heimans Robert Herrera joe Hince joan Ho Keith Hockin ..,-w"""' ','f ,, V 'Z www! WR 52. fi 4 532 wf"""""'M 4 i 5 Ma Catherine Morris Rick Morris Marsha Mote Roy Mowrey Gladys Mui Robert Mullens Robert Mun'y lda Muslen Robert Nattenberg Dana Nelson Freeman Ng Toni Nicosia Erin G'Brien loycc O'Brien lim Ogden lanice Okamoto Mike Oyen Patty Paisal ludy Pangelinan David Parker Paul Parker Denise Patterson Gary Penalver Mark Perri Linda Perry Larry Peterson Mark Pharr Erlinda Piamonte Marlin Pond Lynne Pope Kim Purcell Stacie Purcell Lynelle Railey Richard Ramirez 88 1, Vi, 'Q -'Qi f 5 . f g if-2. - Zig V E ., 'Y Z4 ' l i if .L I ,., :f 'Ze al? fm or 3 iw I 9 .sb ' .f 'W' li aw? . U .,,, .,..,m,,wiiiQ 1. 1 Q A r' 1 ev Alam? vs 'LZ B- 4+ if fr wa Left: "Football ., . You bet!" Opposite page: Dana cuts the cake and licks up it 4 ,F tt gy le , f . al' Z rl if HWIJ ., ew .W-,H u M Qpnmfizzf tw , '.,,.,f' sf ' 'aeiififfwf att at 4 N r A M 5 i -V , , H., ' L 2 233 1 6 is VW M y . 1, ' t, Q M 4 1 'QQ 4 e 4 E9 ,Zi 11' Y' l 'gli ff ?. lt 1 X L ,rf ,. , ga Steve Ramos Russell Rasmussen Gerri Ratto EELRBLKSQ Kathy Rayburn Linda Reed Patrick Regan Erin Reid Nanc Rei Patrick Reyes Dan Richardson Doug, Rikkers Alan Robenson David Robertson Ellen Rodenburg Dana Roth Brian Rourick Tony Ryley john Salazar Leland Sanchez Brad Sandifer Barbara Sannicolas Teresa Saugar Scott Saulovich john Schneider Ernest Senna Sherry Sensabaugh Cori Shaterian Norman Shauf Holly Sherak Karen Sheilds Bret Silva K X N U ag, U1 Q Y kflfilfiilflfi' -1 . 1 "' . Q N x J- ww Q my X Nw . IA' Q Q I wfpnsg f 'Y SAQQSW sr Q 5 ' gssAK,g15R, 5 fxfsn gi az, ww- Class of '79 Prepares For Last Year Carol VanAmburg Chris VanBuhler jenny Vanderlaan Renee Valenzuela Long Van Nguyen Sandy Van Sickle Misty Venlosa Alan Viduya Mercy Vinluan Chris Wagnon George Wales lacquelin Walk Gayle Walmsley Laurie Watkins Steve Webb Cindy Weber David Wehr Lee Weldon Steve Wells Steven Wendler Diane Widak Nanry Wiese Delise Williams Karri Wilson .2 ' , - Kim Wilson Eugene Wong Mirhael Wong Mitzi Wong Susie Wong Keiih Yaden lohn Yarbrough Darryl Yee Margaret Yee Martha Yelazquec Mark Yerko Denise Yip lohn Young Rich Young Cindy Zenher Pamela Zug S 0 D n S w l 9 2 ,-, , .. . ,ye ,,, ,, 5, NYS. V , ,,.,, ,, , ,ya E4 A , 2' 3 Q SR' . ax 735 1 if " P 'X .,a' ' L ffl Y fin 2: w ..-ag. K, , ,,.,, .155 Top left: Happiness is being a pretty girl. Left: "Good lord I hate those new bells." Above: Sophomores making obscene objects in metal shop. Mason Aborashi Pete Abraham Terri Abraham Adolph Adragha Tom Aldrete Kelly Alterman Regina Amaguin Bobby Anderson lulie Anderson Pete Antognanio Todd Aragon Cookie Arambulo Reggie Armenia lohn Armito Ken Arnerich Karen Ashmore Todd Aven Louise Avakian Barry Ballen Carlos Balingit Larry Banda Elizabeth Barlie Robert Barnhart Diana Barrett Blanca Barrios Mike Bassett Darci Bauer Dave Bedinger Martin Belias Cheryl Bennett Reynaldo Bernardo Bunny Berney Monica Berry David Birabcnt Cindy Bisseti jennifer Bodilord Leonard Boliba Eithol Boman Phil Bonadona Paul Bongioyanni Grace Bongon Susan Bonino Lorraine Bowman Iefl Brasel Kathy Bride Eric Bryant Susan Buckley Mike Buttelo Shaun Fitzmaur Carman Florcz Greg Fnllrath Mikv Foster Bob Foyl- Gina Francis Gina Franklin Michael Frveman lm-lf Friend Ross' Fuvntwa Niro Gallegos Bob Caspar Mimi Gatos Kathy Gt-llcr Blaine Gibb Ks-lly Giblin Sandy Gilbert Lori Gillctt Dvborah Gilliam Clan' Gilmore Cynthia Gilmori' Thornton Gilmore Donna Golcman Mike Grau- Staci Grable lill Guthrie Marion Hamilton Mike Hamilton Guy Harris Mark Hartman 95 '1 N, 5 'fx N ' v gg - - N S xt Left: Sophs check out the action across the street. Top: Lieutenant Steve DiNitto salutes Mike "Napoleon" Machado. Above: Oh Boy! Pcanutbutter and jelly! Na. su, ff" l X lJt1u1,:, lvnis St ott lunn Dnttlt' Llvmgstnn Sc txtt Lung Lum lnnganec ker Mary Ann Lopes luruxso lun Ruger Ltnvm Ronald Lutom lam lucky Mnkt- Matlmclo lem M.uk1nt0sh lirvll Mat nuur Kevin Malandm Brut Q Markey Val Martullo Dt-bb: Masalin Kathy Maski Karen Matsurra 97 Mary Mdilhinney lulie McFarland Kelli McGuire Rlchardxfwgtrjlfllfgrgi Kim Mcllory Diane Meade Katie Meyer Scott Miller Elise Moe Anne Mitchell Mari Money Gilbert Mora Mickey Morgan Charles Mullen Mike Muzio Lisa Nahnsen jelf Naleway ,Luz Nevarez Berman Ng Duc Ngo lerry Nildhamrong Chalice Norris lose Nunez Gail O'ConnelI lerry Ogden Mary Oliveira Washington Ow Debbie Oyen Lisa Oyen Brad Park Anna Pang Humberto Palacio Penny Parker Nicholas Paulak Troy Pauline Mike Paulino 98 Erma f, K ,yn Q? fs' A .6 I' 'N ' ' - i .,,L?,7."a,f. S mi a '-.- Left: Trino sneaks a suck. Above: Foster only THINKS he's bad. Wendy Paulsen Lauren Payne Marvin Pepe Shari Perata Tina Pasco Arthur Peterson Duane Philipg Ellen Piamonte Frank Pierce Patty Pierce Gary Pimcnlel Randall Pond Sami Poree VVaynC Purvis Donna Quimby loan Quinlal Xavier Quinleru Daniel Racine Tc-rl-sa Ramirez Costa Raito Kim Raybum Maria Reid Debbie Reitz leanna Ridoui Lesley Ritchie Cheryl Roberts David Rohwer Elizabeth Ronald Lori Root Vicki Rosenberg Cindi Rosenlof Don Ross Danny Ryan Mark Ryan Lynda Rydman Kathy Sabo Belinda Sanchez Victoria Sanchez Chris Sandoval lay Scheckman Selma Seabock Luann Serafini Arthur Serna Lori Shelmadine lim Sherfy Emma Shirley Walter Shirley Margri! Siebert Laura Simpson Alice Siu Class Of '80 "Half y There" Sh.tmn Smedley Adnan Smith Anna Smith Chuck Smith Conniv Smith Lisa Smith Vic kit- Smith lanu-s Son Rodrigo Soto Tina Souza lori SparkS lofknm- Stcnberg lvnnifcr Stephens lim Stuwar1 Rachael St. Ge-rmain Tom Stookey Sandc Storm Dale Strohcckcr David Suico Frank Sullivan Kim Swanson Ki-nt Takano Mvlaniv Targctt Alison Tues Kendall Thicman Hans Thicring Patritk Thomas lulio Thompson Sandi Thompson Gail Tolcntino Rithard Tolentino Valvrie Toone Bill Travis loyw Trompeta Emmett Trujillo KL-vin Turner Garth Tuttle Mary Valencia Connie- Valenzuela Will Vernon T3 , N Q .Tag gg? ,Q L . .t 'W ' ' K M.. ..,f- L .f 5 fi 'it5QiEQZ?SfQ2 1- Q50 k - E'1"f!l2M N, Q S ,gs 4 My X.,1. .T F ZF? Un,,R.-.xt .., ami Wi? . ' .:1gTfsg"3EQkf', xxaiwg A 4,3212 'II i'fmi?l? Qi: N 1. K-3- ' 4 M 5 ji 5 'H L, ,,L, wg! 't Maw 'V ff," . 2 'r x -an n f 8 1' Florencio Abude left Adragna lenny Adragna Kristi Affonso Chris Agnew lulie Ahtoong Sandra Akey Ann Alberts Alisha Aldridge Dean Alexandria Wendy Amrhein Wendy Appleton Kathy Archer Eva Archuleta Thierry Attias Edgardo Aure Ralph Baca David Baker Cathy Balvin Marti Banchepsky Bill Baughman Tania Beeff Marc Bellas Rick Bellefeul limmy Belmares Linda Belt Michelle Bernadou Patty Bixler jim Blewer Valerie Bohrer Mike Bongiovanni Brenda Bonner Elizabeth Bordo left Boylan Barbara Brewer Ben Brieger Allyson Buck Brittany Burch lanice Byrne Roberta Calestini Lori Calkin Tya Cameron Shari Cane Lance Capilla Sandy Caratti lohn Carlson Doreen Carrillo Carl Carter George Carvalho Linda Castrillo Lisa Cecconi Amy Chin Tim Chin Julian Ching Miranda Chook Kim Clark lohn Cole lody Collins Kathleen Condon Randy Conklin .f-fr l I J ali, 1 " 6 4 vwtb nr, ' Q nl at 1 9 Q 1,12 1 c 4- W , far: ' 2 Eff? la' a 52.1 Left: Awaiting the worst. 4 3 Ray Correia Kristen Corsaut Stewart Courant Iacey Courneen julie Courts Mike Cropper Patticia Cruz Deborah Currid Stacy Cusak Linda Daniels Tonia Declve Ruel Delosreye Rose Deveny Marilyn Dickinson Chris Dietl Hugh Donetello Louise Donetello Chris Doyle Tony Doumitt lohn Duncan Denise Ebv Bob English Marty Esparla Karen Estes Aurora Estigoy Peter Exner Susan Falkner l-Ynda Ferguson Vanda Fernandes Kevin Funbrangn Cindy Finch Anthony Fint-lli Dave Flanders Paul Fleming lohn Foster Carol Follrath Lynette Frary Ritchie Fraser Leslie Freeze Kelly Fryer loe Galvan Debbie Gangwer lamie Garber Gary Garman Andy Garza Lynda Giblin David Gilmore Kenneth Gilmore Nancy Gilmour Dee Dee Gleason lohn Gaddard left Goodman Sherrie Coleman Bruce Goree 1 Am J ,W v ' a Q it nag? nw s21?femf:f 553,551 If '41, .V W., ,ZS in J A 5 fi 5 4 w.jgge'?f' gig, ,M 1 M y mf 'f'2'i,,f' , ,,- ,f ",,, t . Q f7 , i3f,,m,fif,iffV.,f' . , ,.,.j ,fy '-'2 ' , ,.kV fr 2 ff? 5. Top: Hugh Donetello caught exiting beauty salon. Left: Ann Alberts posing for Candid picture. W' y :. "" Q '62 YE? V Q5 ,tss '55-.5 if , ' iw 4' cr ,i - , -. if ' i Q-all Cynthia Liban Patric ia Liggett Laura Love Doug Long Garry Lonaoria Belinda Lopes Bernie Lopei Mike Lopez Keith Loux Reuben Mackintosh Rhonda Hah Chris March Ianet Marek Patrick Marra Iohn Maski Debbie Matthews Lori Mazor Dave McCarver Iames McCIeve Ronald McEaIhern Kelly McKay Daneil McKee Kim McKenna Kalonica MCQuesten Melissa Mebine Ann Mebine Ann Meiton Bill Mendiola Mary Ann Mendiola lohn Mendoza Vince Meno Cary Mikami Mike Miller Richard Miller Ray Moffit james Moran Hilary Morehouse Karen Mossholder Margret Mullens Marcos Munoz Cathy Murry Ricky Murry Christine Nance Terri Nations lennifer Newkirk 105 Robin Niuddvrbrach BL-renda Nipper Stephen Ng Mel Nodora Carol Nohra Diane Nordstrom VVundy Norman Kelli Norris ikhz-ryl O'Bri0n Deanna- O'!'onrior Miki- Odom Bob Ovlhafi-n linda Oliver lariws Oliva-ira Randy Ong Miki' Oransky Ray Omwr IL-nniis-r Park liunsuelo Palacio Ray Pangvlina Paula Park Ciunis Patric k Iohn Pam-n Amanda Paym- Andy Pavne Lvn PL-ddic Vuki Pvrala Sylvia Perm-I Randy Ps-rri Ed Pinwntvl Rohm-r1 Platt Zazhary Post Iona Pr.idh.m lavina Primlani Kim Pugh KL-Ily Puris Catherine Pyr- Liiin Range! Alyim Raphael Vi-rn Ravia Em Ri-am-y Charles R1-ifill Shawn Reid Veronica Rigby Paul Riggin William Riley Rosemarie Rivera Mike Roach 106 A i 5. Q4 'lv .QQ R A N-Qv --...N A ik Right: A freshman eats a well BALANCED meal. Opposite page: Eenie meenie miney moe . . . ,11 Gangvver Leads Frosh ln The Spring ,, ,.,, .,,A , 5 ff 4 3 P, i ff S if is Dennis Robinson Ron Rogge Paul Rolleri Reynaldo Romero Cheryl ROSS Audrey Ruben Gregory Sanford Tony Sannicola Vic ki Schnieder Bob Sensabaugh Kelly Sequeira Larry Sever Paul Shea le-rry Sherfy Bill Sheriden Tony Silva janet Silva Ronnette Sinalelon Mark Simpson Dan Smith Donna Smith Leah Smith Alice Song Kurt Sorensen Dana Spencer Shannon Stanley Mike Stefani Carrie Stern lane Stewan Kevin Storm Angelica Suarez Scott Takan lohn Tanovitz lulie Thesenvitz john Thomas Brad Thomas lennifer Tolenlino lulie Tormey Ann Tracy Bill Trenlo Doris Ung Frank Valenzuela Tracy Valenzuela Rosalie Valerie Sandy VandeVeer Ray Velaslo Ray Vulascn Skip Ventrrsa Marizen Viduga Monica Vohrvzka Eric Vooad Diana Wadsworth lenette Walk Diane Wallace loey Walters David Warner Diane Wat Scott Weisenbal Kevin Westerhul lohn Wetzork Aimee While Amber White Shirley Williams Lisa Winzenread Annette Wong Dana Wong David Wong Pamela Wong Matt Yaden Denise Yarbro Rochelle Yarbro Tony Yau Helen Yee Tina Yerko Vicki Yoshimura Steve Zecher Steve Kiely 108 "Fresh" Faces Light Up The Halls lg- w 'KT 7' ,. -gg tm., N .. e , 2 ,1 .IQ ivls S s' L R' I 1: C 4 idji 44. ,ha Q iv? . ,AL 413 w as . 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E Y f f ,-3 KUIKQK , gg. e , ed, :aff f K paul 3 .Qw- WQ 3' ,ZFX 3 Q33 f .J ia! . a Q Q 1 f if wg ' rr Nik K, J HW I Q? 9 s , ,,. ., Q53 of A Q W n Above: 1978 Homecoming queen Alice Alberts. Right: Mayor "Chuck" Corica crowns the winner. 114 L I Alice Alberts Crowned 1978 Homecomin Queen This year following a tradition added to homecoming last year, the student body selected the homecoming King and Queen. Senior Alice Alberts was crowned home- coming Queen and lunior Trino Fernandez was crowned King. During halftime at the football game against San Leandro, Alameda mayor "Chuck" Corica performed the crowning of the Queen and her court. Runners-up are as follows: First runners up - Mika Determan and Cliff Farina. Second runners up - Didi Justin and David Carr Third runners up - Diana Sanchez and Da- vid laber Fourth runners up - Kim Richina and Mike Floyd Far Left: Queen and her court? Left: A winning smile. Below: Homecoming court: Kim Richina, Mika Deter- man, Didi justin, and Diana Sanchez. - - 115 ""li,.f's., K J. P'-' 4, 0. U I x,. fig Q , S -.H-1-1-fm-ana: - Fe 27, 'yn ig ' iv " ,, --f Q Q Jr,1ll"" R M N,Wk I K V I , ' W H J Wi, md- w i s M s' s , f ,- s " ""-'M-fb. Q W Top left: junior jailbird sings the blues. Above: Freshmen of the fifties during spirit week Top right: Casey comes out of the closet. rally. 116 -...........,.. Ji' 5,,,,,,... ..... Seniors Win Spirit Week For the third straight year the class of 1978 captured the spirit week title. The winning theme this year was the Senior Circus. Pulling a strong second were the junior lailbirds, with the Freshmen of the fifties taking third place, followed by the Sophomore superstars in fourth. Adding to the decoration of the halls and noon- time rallies put on by each class, con- tests were held to help determine the winner. Representatives from each class participated in a pass the tennis ball con- test, a bubble gum blowing contest, and a tug O'war. Above: Seniors clowning around. Left: Debbie and Nancy participate in the ride along program. 117 -if Hs. Lordships Hosts Senior Banquet Hs. Lordships, on the Berkeley Ma- rina, was the picturesque setting of the Sr. Banquet. The panoramic view ofthe San Francisco Bay was enjoyed by all. Upholding the high quality of the traditional dinner, the Seniors dined and danced from 6:00 pm till 1:00 am. Music was provided by "Wind and Lion". All class advisors were honored at the banquet. Mr. Lochner was presented with a pen from the Class of '78. Over 100 Seniors participated in the festivities and will remember it as a high point of their final year at AHS. Right: "Thanks Mr. Lochner." Below: "Oh goodie, the band's here." Below Right: "Save some for me." M115 118 wail, s pf' Top Left: Dennis and Whitney munch out. Top Right: "Your autograph please!" Left: Kevin ... on his seconds. Above: Seniors return to their childhood. ,W Q, NA, v H , W-.A K 119 p L , Q' .V yu? Ma fii f.,J 1 g' ffgif X 1 ,SK ' Q-Tfellrifiwxi W ' Above left: Sandi catches Gavin "just hanging around." Left: Crane Hammond the writer, and her secretary, played by Io Kahuanu and Tana Frazer. Above: Angela ... Dahling! :sk "Exit the Bod " Box Gffice Success Mystery and comedy was the theme of the 1978 A.H.S. Senior Class play "Exit the Body". The play consisted of three acts and was directed by Mr. Lon Eakes. The seniors presented the play on De- cember 9th, 10th, and 11th in the Little Theater, and the cast included: jo Kahuanui .Crane Hammond Sandi janush .jenny Tana Frazer . .. .Kate Bixley Carol Wayburn .Lillian Seymour Angela Lerone .Helen O'Toole Todd Aragon .Randolph jeff Bohlishied .Vernon Cookley Gavin Payne .Lyle Rodgers Larry Peterson .Philip Smith Chris Brecker . .. .Richard Hammond Left: "Of course I know my button's missing." Lower left: Gavin Payne tries to determine where he left his shoes. Below: Todd Aragon hits the bottle again. if 'F 7,9 , f jg ff fin ' if LD ,P r v 522 ' A v 1 k rw- Q Dx 3 xx "6 42 ,,, . an i 'X at My ,S Wwe. K 5 rf Q ,E , X W, SM QQ.. film. Q 1 fm vi H Q 5.1-.,,.fgq qw W Y ,N ,.,iM -. . Y , Q , . ..,., , . M., ,V -A , ff' as U ff' 'K X I K .Xf. rw-fx X-if 52 ' Q 4 if f an 'S' 3 fy, ,- ,,, . .' 5 . F, iw. L v R lf, xgx v .-so " ,Q-gif. YQ If fx, A X mp x v -1 ,. I Q F r x X 4' K t 5 X 1 -.... fe Drama Dept. Takes Dver Spring Play The Spring Production, entitled "The Miracle Worker" and directed by Lon Eakes proved to be a dramatical success. The three act play written by William Gibson is based on the true life story of Helen Keller. Helen Keller vvas played by Bonny Beschta. Her teacher Annie Sulli- van, was played by Angela Lerone. Other cast members included jeff Bohls- cheid-Captain Keller: Sandi lanusch- Kate Kellerp Scott Warren- Doctorg Sandy Gilbert-Marthag Robert Barnhart- Percyg Erin O'Brien-Aunt Evg Dennis Va- lerio-Anagnosg Kathy Oelhafen-lineyg Todd Aragon-limmyg Bill Everett-lamesg and the blind girls played by- Susan Cray, Connie Smith, Sandy Gilbert and Wendy Appleton. 4. S ,-wif Agri.. Top: Annie attempts to improve Helen's table manners. Above: Helen tBonnie Beschtaj meets Annie tAngela Leronel. 124 5 'QS f if A is s In vb' s N ' 1,4 3 Left: Kate and the Captain listen to Top: The cast of "The Miracle Worker" son james express his feelings. Above: Helen interupts Martha! work. 125 1 1 41 .E 1, -3.4 'J . ,, .. ,L .,., . . V 1.-.56 www 7 .3 y - Q55 sw , . L, E , gi .f5N,.?x ' -'kr vm, ft 5, A . , 8, x f1"f'5,w:Mw +4., Wm rfmfsvm ..... ' Q ,..u:f-mf, Varsity Gridders Finish - Under the direction of new coach Greg Fox, the Alameda gridders posted a 4-5 record overall and a 2-3 ACAL mark. junior running back Mike Floyd paced the Hornet offense as he rushed for 768 yards on 79 carries for a 9.72 average. Senior Cliff Farina and junior Brian Calestini shared quarter- back chores while Mike Horton, jim Ogden, and Steve McKenna saw plenty of action as running backs. The offensive line was anchored by senior David laber at center and senior Mark Candelario at tackle. Other line start- ers included Tom Oliver, Erik Alter- man, and Bob Vene gas. Wide receiv- ers included, Kevin Hennessee, jerry Ogden, Rusty Quintana, and Rob Cooper. Defensively, Candelario, Floyd, and jerry Ogden were outstanding, all winning All-League honors. Whitney Gaunt, David Carr, and Ben- nett Candler played tough linebacker, while john Yarbrough, jim Thomas, and Nick Ramirez played in the de- fensive line. Rusty Quintana played some good corner-back for the Horn- ets. Opposite page ttopj: Erik Alterman and Kevin Hennessee know who's iff Opposite page tbottoml: Alameda's unstopable Offensive line. Far Left: Cliff Farina runs it in on a QB keeper Left: All ACAL tackle Mark Candelario Above: 1977 Varsity Football Team fleft to rightlz First row- Steve McKenna, Mark Pharr, jerry Ogden, Morris Bonadona, Dennis Valerio, jim Ogden, Mark Horton. Second row- Rusty Quintana, Bryan Calestini, jerry Nildham- rong, Herb Crawford, Lloyd Gerald, David Carr, Mike Floyd, Rick Hernan- dez. Third row- Coach Greg Fox, Eric Alterman, Brad Sandifer, Mark Toto- rica, Rob Cooper, Mike Oyen, Mike LaHue, Rodney Pimentel, Kevin Hennessee. Fourth row- Mike Thomas, john Yarbrough, Nick Ramirez, Whitney Gaunt, Tom Oliver, Don Maroney, Aaron Coombs, Doug Allas, Cory Carol, Wayman Ching. Fifth row- Guy Nohra, Bennett Candler, Bob Ve- negas, Paul Knott, Mark Candelario, lim Thomas, Cliff Farina, David jaber. v. f-4.4. ,.. A, KOH, 5 . gi., f, A SY N X . V fn A goW"" M- v, ., ' K 9' QM fq Q 5, T use P. ,,. - H-js - nm- ,lk .p, 'Q 'hu GL 1 v 'gm 1 ' N gm Q5 'an A ""'9M-..s.v,,... 0 9 ? f.....-+.,.w..N , if-4 'Fl in If 'Z W4 ,, W fe gf 'Q " 'ii-' f 'il ,. F- Quai' I Hwwwwfk A iswsv-as-f' Wav' ff in ,, ,:,, ,. , ,. S Upper left: You take it, I don't want it. Upper right: jerry Ogden slips a tackle. Left: Hornet special team prepares to corral the Tech Bulldogs. Above: Rusty Quintana hauls in a first down catch against Tech. 129 WF l jV's Take ACAL Title Sophs Go 4-4 Alameda's junior varsity football team captured the unofficial ACAL title when they whipped Encinal 40-14 in their final game. The young Hornets recorded a 7- 2 mark overall and were 4-1 in ACAL play. Outstanding players included running backs Steve McKenna and Don Ma- roney, quarterback Rick Hernandez, and wide receiver Dan Paul Knott. The Soph Frosh compiled a 4-4 record with two of their wins over arch rival En- cinal. Bill Sheridan was the frosh most valuable player. Steve Denitto and Larry Sever were the outstanding offensive players and john Leighton and Vincent Meno were outstanding on defense. M if Y Right: Rick Hernandez puts finishing touches on Hornet score. Above: 1977 jV Football Teamp First row- Mike Machado, Brian Calestini, Mark Totorica, Robert Mullens, Brad Sandifer, Rob Cooper, Mike Blevens. Second row- Kendall Thieman, Steve McKenna, Gary Pimentel, Rich Hemandez, Mike Muzio. Third row- Tommy Leong, joe Hince, Doug Allee, Morris Bonadona, Pat Regan. Fourth row- Coach joe Damela, Norm Fink, Mark McAIister, Kurt Cecconi, Cory Carroll, Don Ma roney. 130 1:44 i 64 " ty vw I, 4 f4fJfgf4'4"i F45 FVG , ,, vw - ,, .f., -vw is i '1' I-'ae i QT. i -WA, X-tk'-msmm rss, """?,, 1 AQ 1 1 ,- . ,mf 4 fy,1ef.3,V1' s., 1. ffl 5 . .4 , , , lv liar, ' I liln A it ., , Y , I 4:5 IWW-X I- 3 1 :fm Above: Bill Sheridan pitches to fullback for Hornet first down. Right: Outstanding offensive player Steve Denitto. Top: 1977 Soph-Frosh Football Team. 131 W? gs .L Y mym, - fMf???f tiff L'-M ,. Q, 7 ,S?7'L?5 , , L 3 wwf? A-W' f - .H .,4, 4r, wa' . r i I X9'i'l:i-4 +A- -at . - 4. 4 Q M.. .KT 4 fi Y' .i .K 2? 1 wgpisr' 'if' 'fi Q in I L1 Y Q s . a su Ydlr , xwiffk.. 4 . all NJ Above Left: judy Panelinan puts all out, Row 1- Kathy Way, Carol Crone, ludy Pangelinan, Karen Befgei C0aCh Fensfefmakefy HHHVY MOVE- Above Right: You want me to RUN?? Stacie Purcell and Karen Nelson. Row 2- jenny house and Vickie Lee. Above: The Girls' Cross-Country Team, Vanderlaan, Celia Wesenberg, Stephanie Leeds, 133 X-Countr Wins ACA Alameda's Boys' Cross Country team captured its fourth straight ACAL Cham- pionship and placed third in the North Coast Section Divisional meet. Leading the team sie All-ACAL runners Frank 1 Fenn, 1 Peters, and Evan Tuttle and Don second team All-League and added to the team's depth. award winners included Captains and Mark Sigmon, Outstanding junior Frank Leeds, Outstanding Soph- omore Don Diola, and Outstanding Freshman Mike Miller. The Varsity completed a super 12-1 record during the dual meets before completely wiping out the league com- petition. Frank Leeds was the individual League Champion and Benn Fenn was the Hornets' top finisher in the Divisional meet. The Coach of the Varsity team was Bill Thompson. :V Bottom left: Alame fs best. Below: Collin ' I Left: The real 135 Young Hornets Look Toward The Future Alameda's junior varsity cross country team was paced by sophomore Mike Miller, and Humberto Palencia. The young hornets placed third in ACAL competition behind Piedmont and Enci- nal. Also contributing were Brian Finch, Mike Luebker, Dennis DiFabio and Luis Almario. The Soph!Frosh team showed promise for future success as Paul Man- ning, Garth Tuttle and Ralph Baca were very impressive. The young hornets, coached by Bill Thompson finished second at the ACAL meet. Top right: Soph!Frosh runner Garth Tuttle. Top left: Top IV runner Brian Thompson. Right: 1977 Soph!Frosh X-Country team: tleft-rightl Bottom row: Ron McEachern, Doug Long, john Mendoza, top row: Paul Manning, Garth Tuttle, Richard McPherson, Ralph Baca. Above: jim Smith sets his oace. Right: 1977 1V X-Country team: tleft-rightj Luis Al- mario, Mike Miller. Top row, Humberto Palencia, Brian Finch, Mike Leubker, Dennis DiFabio. 136 ong, orris Win ACAL Doubles Title. Alameda's girl tennis team completed the ACAL in a tie for second place under coach Dave Fairfield. The team completed an 8-5 season in dual matches. Tracy Wong, the team's most valuable player, and Chalice Norris, who was most improved, combined their talents to win the ACAL doubles title. Shannon Conners was most inspirational and Liz Bordo and Agnes Abude won sportsmanship honors. Seniors Rene Rasmussen gand Tracy Wong were Co-captains. Top Left: T977 Girls' Tennis Team Bottom Left: Chalice Norris keeps her eyes on the ball. Bottom Middle: loanne Stewberg returns her op- ponents volley deep. Bottom Right: Tracy Wong waiting for the oncom- ing serve. . vig , ,fs . """'lti : ,i,V My YM.. HHH Young G mnasts Build Under New Coach. Finishing fourth in ACAL competition, Alameda High's girls' gymnastic team sent two gymnasts to North Coast com- petition. Freshman Pat Bixler who placed in the top five at the ACAL meet, went on to North Coast. Sophomore Clair Gil- more, who was second All-around at ACAL also went to North Coast and placed fourth in the floor exercise. Also placing in ACAL competition were Brenda Miluskewcz and Leilani Kingrey. Above: tleft-rightj Captain Beth Dwyer, Manager Joni Quintal, Co-Captain Clare Gilmore. Right: North Coast finalists freshman Pat Bixler and sophomore Clare Gilmore. 138 '2 1977 Girls' Gymnastics teamg Qleft-rightl Front floor: Clair Gil- First row: Mary Olivera, Lisa Longanecker, Mimi Kim. Second joni Quinetel, Brenda Miluskewicz, coach Carol Clymo. Third row: Bixler Donna McKean, Katy Archer, Debbie Reitz, Leilani Kingrey, lchele Waters, Beth Dwyer. Fourth row: Debbie S el Kelly Hamil- fTina Souza. kW,fs::t:MWf,..,, ' , Top Top routine, Kelly Hamilton solo circle on the parallel S. 3 .,........-nal 5,4 XE, 4 Top left: lanice Okamoto sets up winning point. Above: 1977 Varsity Volleyball Teamg fleft to Top right: Elizabeth Kools concentrates on on- right, lennie Bell, Elizabeth Kools, Lynn Hur- coming serve. witz, lanice Okamoto, Nancy Ung, Ida Ta'amu, Karen Matsura, Cori Shaterian, Debbie Matsura, Becky Wride, Karen Selhorst, Coach Ash jones. ,sf ffvrj XAMEII4 MBU 4 9 ' illlielllililllllllilrrillllllllli........zf Mi. , K ,, C W 5-ff.-- ...rf , .. ,Q . f WW. . f, .,,, x,........-...na-a ALAMIW4 4 2 ALAMJW4 B6 AC., S. Spikers Win ACAL Crown!! Alameda's Girls' Volleyball team be- came the Cinderella team of the ACAL by stunning its competition and winning the league championship. After losing two of its first three con- tests, the Hornets ran off seven straight wins to nab the title. Included in the streak was a decisive win over defending champions, Pacific. Liz Kools and Ida Ta'amu garnered All-League berths, with Becky Wride and janice Okamoto making Honor- able Mention. Top junior Varsity award winners were Fran Kahuanui as Most ln- spirational and Robin Martin as Most Improved. Right: Get That Point!!! Above: 1977 junior Varsity Volleyball Team. fbottom, right-leftj Cindy Fike, Selma Seabock, Cookie Arambulo, Sandy Knudsen, Dana Von Berner ltopj, Chris Baldi, Frah Kahuanuihjackie Maclver, Coach Ash jones, Karen Holsinger, Kathy Roberts, Aija Tulus, Robin Martin. 141 ffl: L, 4 -,4 .W E I A , 1s 1 E y gyzg, -X, 1 .Q A i - ,df 5, A fi, 1 x l W"Wg.1,, ,ff-' if W , ,f Yi.. ,Q 1 1 1 Q' W I -ff 5247541 FV -4 ,,-,V Q , Vr: :f.f,,,:N a , '- 5: 41 ,f ' , L ??fiwi'- aa . X, .N W g JM, i, ,,.1.f.qi+g A X K W 5 L A ,L M H 1' MW? 2" " 'xp 5-11, Aw , WT, WA. 'f,w,:,+m V1 'Q " Wf:"3 ' " f2: 5.!"' -wil' " L - ' , , -FM , 'Q ' K I 1 , 11 N '2 . ' ,,,, 4,-ls'1I1:M 3 'Nfl If f- 2. 'flsfiiti T ,wgt A 1gQ,f'jfU 5 2 4' , F .f 2. ' WV' . V M . 4 4 1: ,, , f x s J if ' Si E. qi. . . 1: - MW, K 1 W tees: 1 ,J 'iff Y . 'L L 1 1 , X zYa5'?1FL Q .s' S'-. . QQ wr, Q, , 5. . fs., fV.k if .A A 4 .. ,V , gif N Q. ' k . X 'S ,- nw f 1 ,,, K fg X M fr- R 92 'Q 1 we - 4 N,W.1-Q l Q30 MTW l CL 3 X X X v W XXX XX v X l. N X X fw Above: Sleep swimming??? Right: Renee Bernadou sprints to the finish. Top left: 1977 Girls Swim Team, First row-Becky Williams, Rebecca Amaquin, Lori Selmadine, Cindi Rose- nlof, Alison Te s, Marti Banchefsky, Susan Davids, Kim Low, Kathy Tiner, Connie Wandke, Susan Gray, Belinda Lopes, Coach Mary Currie. Second row- Linda Foster, MaryAnne Lopes, Sandra Townsend, julie Tormey, C eryl O'Brien, Denise Eby, laimie Garber, udith Culbransen. Third row- Mich- elle Bernadou, Heidi Williams, Stacy Cusak, Bobie layne, loice O'Brien, Amy er , arci Bayer, Pattie Kalar, Ellen Steele, Renee Bernadou, Susan Soarse. Fourth Row-Linda Read, Pam Williams, Terri Miller, Anne Mitchell. 144 -if it . 'H 1 fu, , .K AHS Swimmers Dominate AGALL- Girls swimming again dominated its or competition as it completed a 9-0 dual meet record and easily captured its sec- ond straight ACAL championship. Top swimmers included Ellen SLeele.Q2OD medley relay and 100 backstrokej, Becky Williams 1200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke, Renee Bernadou U00 freestyle, 200 relay, and 400 freestyle relayj, and Becky Amaquin, Susie Gray, and Alison Tees in the 400 freestyle relay. Other girls, who contributed heavily to the Hornets' success were judith Gul- pjgmsen, Regina Amaquin, Michelle Ber- nadou, Cheryl O'Brien Su- san Soares, and Heidi W ' Tl1ST"Z At the fall sports awards dessert, Amy Clerk was named most improved swim- mer, 1 ' most in- spirational, Becky Williams, most valu- ii 'l . able 5 ne Mitchell, valuable junior varsity sw er, Ellen Steele won the Ash jones Trophy. iams likes playing in the water. ,ec . K , ww: fuk " i K .. . 145 4 1 7 I 4 vi 3 L f 'fl' 'X ttf" ,wi 1 El ,fm A Ls!-E if Fi 1 K I fl iii' 'W .a ,J S xt fab' -' ,t ,i ' if it A 'i i z BRNE hi: AH. x,,J,gXx t g,gi"Jg-Q X a dm? 2 HURN 'd f gg 1255 ' Top Left: Ray Snider drives to tho basket. Top right: Don Davis battles for rm-bound. Abovv: 1977 Varsity basketball tvamg tleft-rightj wwpUnEf"'i?iJi'mQ:5i1tana, Kon Arncridi, jerry Og- den, Ted,HorlbeC . row twu-QlH'FF'5FTi ., ' Sni- der, Tim Lund. row throw Cary gilve-rman on Davis, lim Hagen, Paul Knott, i S wnson. i "i'f:.. Q J 'aTf'Xl U' A pl, ,A I i, "' Sf' M15 j I ' 'Y 0,1 42' 7:59 ll ' wi fi, It I f .Q- -1 1 l 15' Al R .iw Top: 1977 l.V. basketball teamg lleft - rightl Row Pairoline, Charlie Hcndron, Coach Stan Boyer, Above Left: Ed Pimentel shoots for two. one: Mike Muzio, Scott Linn, Frank Porter, Mike Darrell Holt, Casey Lt-ach, Ed Pimentel, Kurt Cen- Above right: Coach Stan Boyer discusses strategy Pharr, Paul Fenk. Row Two: Gilbert Mora, Mike noni. with hig players. 148 1-if Q? ,E 'sf UWEU is 3 S, UIMFDF xx. ME. PL N5 Q if X W f E ,mf ff Q V' 'X-.-f 11, i-4 i iv-with V7 1 . -1 mA'.2 fi f f A, ' ,, :VV " ' i V, w , ! S. I Q . K 3 :N e . 1 'Www' if ff , , W M 4, ,L 2 ..: MM ,, .M V, 'f , A ,f, We ,Xi 'C' an 'aww J' fi? A ' 4 Li - ' ww Vx iw. Diamond ine Proves Tough Varsity baseball, coached by Leroy Ber- nadou looked forward, to exciting sea- son. Six returning lettermen provided the Hornets vvith a solid basis to work with. Fresh talent coming up from the JV squad were jim Ogden, Norm Shauf, Greg Morgado, and Dave Harmon. Senior Steve Garrett headed a very young pitching staff whose prospect for the future looked bright. Outstanding seniors were Cliff Farina, - wnson, and john Belmares, while juniors Ric Hernandez, Bryan Ca- lestini, David Carr, Morris Bonadona, along with sophomores Ken Arnerich and jerry Ogden were all benefits to the Hornets success. Above: lim Ogden behind the plate. Right: Ric Hernandez dives back into first. Top middle: 1978 Varsity Baseball Team: fleft-rightj row one: David Harmon, Steve Garrett, Cliff Farina, john Belmares, Greg Morgado row two: jim Og- den, David Carr, Norman Shauf, Ric Hernandez row three: jerry Ogden, jeff Cummings, Tim Lund, Ken Arnerich, Scott Wisenbach, Coach Leroy Ber- nadou 152 f""'x 1 ,n K Q., , alt 1 v,k 1 Z F5 Q , '. E, tax ,iir H .4- , , Q... X-NN 5 ' .4 .. 1. . , p f 1 , M ,Whiz s " .. M , , : ,,.3,A , ' ' 01:23 wg: ,Q , 2 - .x K' . 5 . f ggi? , M 0 A 9 , Q , mf 5 11' ww 1 1 p : , - 1. ,aiwgsiyqfmgi ,. S, , Q ' fy, , 'Ml ' J' L, My. ,, 'M 1 ' ' 4' JLQQ, -,f' ,,p15g?g'g3, 63259, ff ,,.. 'J ,,. 1 1, x.1,,'f 5 'kh' if ,Q ,. w Q , 3 zgifiiafff' vf,3:Yf ' LX A 1 i Vygl 'wh fn53,43jffg,m,,w 'A - ffwf., 4 ' K' ..., . If Af-k . ,ae X 'My W,,, fkfh . ' ,. G ,ggi f U as 'Q .YWJ ' ' MM, 1 2'1'55l'W+ ii' sf, 2 ., ,,l5, , V 5435141 an ' ' Ji fb W ,"'H:vw ' A fq K, . , A, NM , fw A 1 , . , - 0' 1141"-Er:,,' 'W " ' 4 ' A , -L' g - '--of? 4- 5 . wi aff' ly K 1 Q "V: 1 xi , .Q Girls Softball, 1 Baseball On The Ball The Alameda High School junior-Varsity Baseball squad, led by first year coach Bob Childe, enjoyed a year which brought them experience as well as ex- citement. Led by the pitcher-catcher combination of Mike Muzio and Rob Cooper, the Hornets kept many games close with their excellent and aggressive play. Other standouts contributing to the teams success include Kurt Cecconi, Norm Frank, Mike Machado, Tom Al- drete and leff Brasel. The AHS Girls Softball Team, in their second year of league play, enjoyed a season which brought them excitement as well as valuable learning experience. This years team was led bv Sophomore sensation Chalice Norris, a returning All- Leaguer. Other returning members vvho greatly aided the team included Renee Bernadou, Stacie Tripp, and lanice Oka- moto. , ,.,..,.-.,,,,,-,. .. T - Wu. ,C c . if ' P 7 by in ' pix: Q 4 .' x 'J 1 . Desi' ing Top right: Rob Cooper can't believe his ears. Top right: Kurt Cecconi strides into the ball. 154 Above: 1978 IV Baseball team: tleft-rightlp Row two: Coach Bob Childe, Brad Sandifer,john Patten one: Mike Roach, Larry Banda, john jameson, Chaflie Henderson, TOFTW Aldfelef Rob COOPGV Mike Machado, Mark Porter, Martin Belias, Row Mike MUZlO, Kurt CGCCOYU, lffff BFHSGII N0fm Fenk nn . , , ,. - . Y-if . ,,.,....,.,- , ,LY,n,,J ,r fs Z 5 ? 4 ' Tim i vi1i'fii':3+-X-Afvvi. -,. ,o or ... . Aidmf. L-7: ,ga ig sffw. :M ,, i , . . ,A My B, A A. .., I A , A .V -.17 I iw, ,Iv kinky-12, , ' gs A K ky 1 gy .!,N,,.vE3gL ilvfhgsh W SEQ if, In . i " A "Hi H kg ., -Q . .Q 1 f K e in of A rin " ' -r 3-f.,A4f.-. i f .L -'.-- X " L ' .A ' l V, l---N new v-is-fir IP I A M ., H Top: 1978 Girls Softball Team . J. K xl - ' x .M Left: Stacie Tripp guns clown runner at first. wwf- 'W Above: Chalice Norris gobbles up grounder in routine fashion. 155 4 get A 1 s .4- -,.,. A 4 4,5 4 gh M X ,ns .5 tv, F5 ff5 if .. 'iff W TL O - X, H f ,' -. 1 1 f xg ff , 1' f Q-.J 156 Top left: Collin Morgal jams in the two mile. Top right: Kevin Hertubise clears opening height. Above left: Mark Sigmon endures the mile. Above right: The 1978 Varsity Track Team. Tracksters Spike Opponents With an enlarged coaching staff this year, the Hornet Track team looked stronger than ever. Turning in excellent performances throughout the season were Frank Leeds, Mark Sigmon, and Don Diola Qlong distancelg jerry Nildhamrong, Mike Floyd and Guy Nohra qsprintslg Kevin Hertuloise and Dave Reitz fpole vaultlg Mark Candelario and David laber fshot put and discusjg Mark Breazeal and Dan Moore lhurdles and High jumplg Charlie Thomas and Alan Khoury thigh jumpl Below: Dan Moore shows his form in the high jump. Left: Over the bar Dave, not under. Bottom Left: jerry Nildhamrong streaks to the tape. 157 "B" Track Shows Promise The Alameda High School "B" Track Team, composed mainly of sophomores and freshmen, enjoyed a year which saw them gradually building for the future. Coach Bill Thompson's squad faired ex- ceptionally in ACAL meets, considering they were without a track on which to practice. Experiencing extremely successful year were Bill Sheridan tsprintsl, Bruce Markey tpole yaultj, Collin Morgal flong distancej, and Rich McPherson thur- dlesl. Other team members showing great promise for the future varsity teams included Derek Williams, Ray Pangelinan, and Garth Tuttle. 158 if itil-a G23 r 'Q ,ks -. as ,,, E am ,...u Top: 1978 B Track Team Left: Hornet high jumpers jump high, Above: Garth Tuttle reveals the humorous side of the two mile. 159 .T , ga" -4 an id' f 041 152-'fi 160 Top left: Beth Dwyer kick in the mile. Top right: Patty Bixler and Carol Crone endure the 880 yard dash Above: The 1978 Girls Track Team F.. , .ff A 4 K lf' ' .nf . ' , 4- ff' -is K 4,321 4 ff-sffmtggit f p . 1 is 1 -w-ntl' , sq, 1 4:4- j,?f,.:. Wy, A . -I ,gig ,f if .rlrlha V, sl N, -W . - .1 N' J- 1- -1 Fa. , N .s,,..,..m...f 4'-mf. , . K y . I Q fl I K JN' ' ,J y ,M ".. . K f- M ' ' wg H' ,, . f so :- s -25 . safaris- ' . -Q!" ' i -+-77 sap .. x .5 ' 'vw' ' fam r a i. iff- tt' ,Mr . za. b,.!' 'A' Girls' Track Runs Wild The Alameda High School Girls Track team, one of the most talented teams in recent years, enjoyed a season which brought many of the team members to star-status in the AGAL championships. Having excellent seasons as they con- tributed to the success of the te Kathy Way tlong distanceulf A f"KiellV 'fa if sprintsfand hmsgenny anderlaan lhiAgTTjQTipfATnd ludy Pangelinan tspr tsl. Ha ilton,s mlfangelinan, Mary Ann Lopes a arifefjzilriaoreialso were very successful in thek440 Qlay.2 Top left: Claire Gilmore and ludy Pangelinan get off to a fast start. Above: Kathy Way scoots to the tape. Left: Terri Miller does the twist. 161 ,, rr r e l,E 5g 1 Top Left Mike Foster takes a breather. Top Right: David Bedinger strokes backwards Above: The 1978 Boys Swim Team. w - . . ,wi 3 mga ,ff- msg, . K . f, . K .N e s.,,,v. Swimmers vw, . W.., ,, . ...:. .- 'g" Nl , k H ,,ssff.e' -- ggggg. .F ,. , ...S ' wrt . f kiikauwf W, i .. .. r. . , 'S Sink jets Coming off a slightly disappointing sea- son last year, the Alameda High School Boys Swim Team regained stature by winning the ACAL championship, nar- rowly defeating defending champion En- cinal. First year coach Robert Rodd led the squad. Having truly excellent seasons were the only three returning senior lettermen, Captain Chris Dodge, Steve McKenna, and Rocky Withers. All placed fine times in the ACAL championships. Promising members for future teams include ju- niors jeff Heimans, Bill Thompson, Mike Eby, Rich Cray, joe Houghton, and Pete Eichelberger. Two sophomores, Mike Grace and Mike Foster, also showed great promise for the future. The AHS Boys jV Swim Team also experienced a fine year, placing high in the ACAL championships. Having successful sea- sons were Brad Keiffer, jay Scheckman, Brad Pak, and Andy Payne. All showed abilities which should place them on next year's Varsity Squad. Top: Chris Dodge flies through the water. Above middle: jeff Heimans does it in less than five minutes. Left: Steve McKenna takes a sneak peak. Above: Wayne johnson demonstrates unique layout form. 163 Tennis Team Stresses Youth Under the leadership of Dave Fairfield, the Alameda High School Boys Tennis Team endured an extremely successful year in its second year of the new ACAL. Returning lettermen contributing to the success of the team included Dave Sa- melson, Bryan Fox and Randall Lee. All three seniors enjoyed fantastic years in their fourth season on the varsity squad. Leading the team throughout the year in the number one position was first year player lim Lucky. Also contributing were Eric Chin, Robert Krikourian and Kevin Hennessee. The squad played its seventeen matches on the courts of Krusi Park. Above: The Boys Varisty Tennis Team - tkneelingl Coach Dave Fairfield, Tony Doumitt, jeff Good- man, Paul Riggin, Bill Baughman, Elliott Huie, Randy Ong, Tracey Wong. tstandingl Will Chin, Bryan Fox, Robert Krikourian, Kevin Hennessee, Marty Rives, Paul lp, Randall Lee, Kelly Pak. Left: Randall Lee volleys it back. Far Left: Elliott performs a perfect backhand. 164 'V 'fri W J trite tt ' , Y YF-'v ' . J LV V' 1 3 1 - , 54 ' ow 5 M L' Q Y . - 4 , ' 1 -. 4- l 1 . u A -- 1 v gy: Mfg! e . , f 1 '. wk.,-'1 . Y . ...kg Y ' J . if . 4! v VmAl J gf i' . h Q ,I I s m . . I . YA N Q 21 ' ,af 'J' Q f E , 1 ,, 1 ' ,Y r 'Y S ms, i 4 , ff ff ,A by A 1 'nik 1 'H' .Mqw l"NSN,,,,-jQ,,, 1 1 f Golfers Win ACAL Title Following a continuing tradition, the Ala- meda High School Golf Team easily cap- tured the ACAL title, and then followed by taking the North Coast Sectional Cham- pionship. "Stretch" Pearson coaches the squad. Leading the team throughout the year, as well as the ACAL scoring sheet, was Senior Mike Maurice, who averaged below-par scores in the grueling tournaments. An- other returning letterman and defending North Coast Champion, junior Kris Moe, excelled in the Hornets undefeated year. Other tournament participating members who greatly added to the success of the team included Mike Clar, Kirk Kono, Bryce Gibb, Doug Rikkers, Mike Brogen, and Robert Murray. The Alameda team prac- ticed at the Alameda Municipal Golf Course, the sight of the ACAL champion- ships. ,ii J Top right: Doug Rikkers drives to the green with a 3 wood. Above right: Bryce Gibb follows through. Above left: 1978 Golf Team 166 J Top left: Mike Brogden unloads a big one. Top right: Mike Maurice knocks in a birdie putt. Above left: Kirk Kono blasts out of the sand trap. Above right: Mike Clar eyes the ball. 167 V3 'J' 3 LW 'K JM , 1 -.hw Q , . A .ia ,Q -, 'WM' """""w ,. , ,W Af, Q I tx K Q I . I ,Fi Y - fc I X A X J " to ,f . - Nwg, 7 I ,V , M, ' 'x, .W ' 1 M . if' A ,A,V . 1 R M " f vw'-"K -' I "L'?f'W4 , . l' . - - Q' 4- "'W Zi? ffili' i'ili'1 !" .fi i -1 V 'I :FH-,If" " ' ' ' 1 'gg " V ' if 1 A .- I , M it , is gy I ig,tL':fNigftfgji,,,f4-rg' Q, 4 ' T- fm My 7 , 5 ' ' ' " ' A ' V A' x ,,.,'v, -fgzrd, ' .f al, ' 3- , f 4 Q L il' 'i"' "'fTl"Mf'if"'f'M A 4. M ' V- rw -I 1' Q I ff ' 'E , ' V ' ' b w 1. M, .4 f it l C t fl ' R R s J W,.V,, , .,,, Z. . f1'-"' 'l A"'A C , W my 'T' ' ' 2 ' ,I ' li? :ki-. i v "all 5 , " 7 ' 341, " 'v' , ,' ' ,Q , 2 1 aw if ll l t it ' QV? -v-IVPQ cj M" 1 ll,-:gl C 'X .MN M is - sill "' ll gi a , l M Q , x x J- t. f, ll, ,lL, C, figs H b .T 1 , , , L , ,, R, , 2 Q M , ff , , C , lilly , H ty . ml.: ., 4 .V M ' i- MMA' , Q , Milli 4 it 1 if 4 it M R ',tx.hMf.!!j y ll ' 174 , QAM! y,9,5,M,gg Nj i l x E 4 5 C, C E i 'ill ' Q 5 J' J R if l i Q R 'C W Q l X W f , I ,r,, Q i N- it, if tl 'N A ' i ' 3 . , I My fir? l , Mmm ' Kr" 2 ' r':Pfi"31i?if , .. ,,,,' rswrfa R l'hAMQY' ' 'GSB 1 f' ff , X ."' , i , Qf 2 , ff .Ill L!!! Ill! Top: AHS Badminton Team - tseatedj Mary Braithvyait, David Lord, Cindi Rosenlof, Scott Takao, Tammy Knott, Regina Amaguin, tkneelingl Karen Matsuura, loyce Trompeta, Pam Low, Mich- elle Bernadou, Pam Williams, Lola Abeyta, Celia Wesenberg, Manager ludy Lee, tstandingl Christopher Patton, Matt Kapellas, Robert Mullens, Nancy Ung, Dennis Iohnisee, Patrick Reyes, Dan Wilson, Coach Carol Clymo. 5.24, 1 J3 ftvf f,,2" 1, L!,'4-L3 Left: Lola watches the birdie fly. Above: Captain Nancy Ung demonstrates how to do it right. ,f X 169 Chess Team Takes Third In ACAL This year the Alameda High Chess team battled on the board to a third place in the ACAL. Their season consisted of two wins and two losses. The wins were against El Cerrito and Castro Valley. The team members included Freeman Ng, Roderigo Soto, Steven Ng, Robert Krikourian, Paul Fleming, Rick Veres, Mike Hamilton, and Dennis lohnisee. The team advisor is Mr. Luebbert. Right: The 1977 Chess team Bottom right: Paul Fleming moves offensively. Below: Another crucial decision. S ,ff . 'f 3 Q W: 1159 it 1' K,-. U NP xy Q 170 ' cf' ,G fi: ,Q fl I I 2 5 5 .ay H fr F' O , l ' ?Qw .fi yt ,M xi L, X Q15 fi, 1 gi c ,w,, F : Wfalm A ,A X lf' Aww f' '1"5,,P" .. 44 ,I V I, 4 15. 4' 21 X- wf , .4 Z." " fm, N. ,V ww , As a 1, 'xx lx 'vvkvww V f ,ML f N k 1121, 'JJ I -Q4 ' t , wa ., xx ., V ' V L -',, ' 1 NW' ix fl f' A iss Q CA fi K JFS . kgs., Intramurals Promote Fun The Intramural Sports Program, which pits AHS students against each other in noon-time competition, had a very suc- cessful and exciting season as over 400 students and faculty members partici- pated. Volleyball started the season with more than a dozen teams participating. After many close matched games, the defend- ing champion "University of Fugg" pre- vailed and took the title in an exciting championship game. Badminton followed with a mixed-dou- bles competition, which brought the couples in record number. The season climaxed with an exciting championship match between Pat Reyes-Nancy Ung vs. Robert Mullins-ludy Lee. After a gru- eling battle, Reyes-Ung took the title. The Intramural Basketball season was short-lived, as both the weather and lack of participation halted the program dur- ing mid-season. No champion crowned. Faculty member h" Pearson headed up the Intramural gram. f?i,,, u 14 ' X ' r 1 l . 5 ,-. 'lk W2 xv' ,I "r i 4, wx I 2 Wm s,, Y ik i 5E, fr: Wd . . 5 ul, 1, 4-s. -w xY g M h gm: A I -X Rel? xx 4 4 a h k x?35eV': ' if M V h , - yew: Q - i:5 .7i "' N 174 I NQ4, X 'P' 8' I . S If 5 X J fff N L .615 fl 0 NO S xi Above: Fass and Sigmon have more than basketball on their minds. Top: Alumni night with the Hornie Band. lv' f . , l ,vpvi E an-at :surf---N Hornie Band Lives, AHS Sighs r the third phenomenal year in a row, Alameda Fligh Schools Fabulous Flbrnie Band led by remaining charter member 7 ij A ontinug to produce spirit, enthusiasm, and noise to usually quiet events. years band, containing more brass than ever before performed at many public gatherings not to mention school functions, including swim meets, noon- time rallies and most all the home bas- ketball games. With an array of new chants, quotes, and songs, the Hornie Band dazzled listeners with their "musi- cal" ability in the playing of songs like, "Get it On", "The Stripper", "When the Saints", and their own brand-new rendi- tion of the school favorite, "Go-Co." Left: The Hornie Van holds up its members. Below: Mark Sigmon blows the big one. Bottom left: Greczmiel blows it again. 175 in , 5 Q f .W 17 -A Above: Oops! wrong note. ' Top left: First chair violin, Shannon Conner. Right: Sandy launush. K 8' ' K3 l it 1 Orchestra oves Toward Perfection Alameda High School's orchestra work- ing hard during the first semester, made their contribution to the concerts put on by the music department a success. Di- rector Dominick Vinceguerra and the twenty or so orchestra members contin- ued their endeavor for musical per- fection. Above: There is more to an orchestra than strings. Left: Evan Tuttle in a musical trance. Top middle: Practice makes perfect .. . 177 T HS Musicians Pla For ll Alameda musicians under the super- vision of Mr. Vinciguerra , worked hard to continue the high standards of musi- cianship that AHS has had. The marching band conducted by stu- dent director Ricky Robertson played at all hornet home games and promoted much spirit at all activities they attended. The stage band had an exciting year. Having a well balanced band, and many veteran musicians really made the band a success. Top left: Mike Collier toots his tuba. Top right: Bob Oelhafen concentrates on his charts. Left: Student conductor Ricky Robertson leads marching squad off the field. 178 ggi U-:QQ . if-,. 2 I .DY W A "T v A . asf' .,.., 2, in ' in Elfl' 2. xx . 1. .Q L- ' ss 'F be ., tv cd? ,E - W 5, , .e. 'ggi ' cf'-3 1 fi, vvv. 'ANA 'NZ ' Qs.. . .c,,1W,if1 vw. 5 . in ve , 1 Y 4. K Q. X .T Q gf -Q 5 v w i kr: . . qv 'Q ..f' ,U .. - .Ying AJ' r-st P -W .eff-., . .Q '.,,.g. .3,.. I. " .,, A , . 1. . . Y IH -.-, 1 + .N.kQ..,t,g5h., . ,. ' i -, 'K' Ae A f ' 455' if " . Y Top right: AHS marching band members show ecstatic enthusiasm during hornet football game. Top left: Richard Grey on tenor sax. Above: AHS trumpeters play it louder. 179 Gakleaf Stirs Controversy The Oakleaf, being read tand filedl by moe students this year than ever be- fore was being led under the skilled but tryannical intelligence of Rob Westerhoff during the Fall semester, and Martin Dickinson during the Spring. This year, the Oakleaf has really crawled out ofqthe sewer of indiffer- ence built up thrdqghout the past years, and isxfipally coming to the fore-front of the students' attention. Without th undieing faith in what the Oakleaf staef?lTelieved in, it would just be anotlqelar of anti-climax for the A.H.S.rOak laf. A job, xfinglly, well done! Right: BQQDQSS manager Connie Cobble gri- maces ove messed up Oakleaf account. Below: F59 Oakleaf!Lampoon staff. X 180 If C ,Q stesss W9 . i 2 if , , as ifsiil' f . f left: Fall editor Rob " ' erho Top right: lack Cobble es Gary Silverman olding up wall. Left: Spring Oakleaf editor M rtm on Above: Feature page edito n reporter Holly Sherak go over a possible feature page story. vw , ,,, Y 'vm , , . ,W W. '-if-,w 1 ffm 1 WWW ...vw ...WH ,...,..,,... , , ,,.,W, 1 , -H,...,...,M,.,,..,,,,W,, f gghwg ., , , fllli- , , , n , www ,,,,. Ulf- ye f , Z H 1 5 f f i ,,.p-wnil' 'ZW M, f' fi L wa kSA,C0 ffl HES New Look While looking ahead to the new school, the Acorn staff under the direction of Brad Barker, saw the need to change from the "traditional look" to a new streamlined style. Starting with a full color picture on the cover and a time lapse night picture by George on the end sheet, the Acorn for 78 proved to be exciting. People and Events sections divided the book into two major areas. The theme for the book, Anticipation is high- lighted by more than two dozen color photos in the introduction. This years staff consisted of Alice Alberts, Laureen Avery, Syndie Bolton, George Donetello, Ken Fass, Rachel Hunter, Scott Keeler, Kim Kennedy, Ronda Goodman, Brad Mencarelli, Vicki Morton, Debbie Phil- lips, Anthony Reid, Kathy Roberts, Dee Ann Robinson, Dana Roth, Holly Sherak, Mike Sherman, Ellen Steele, Tina Tha- cker, Rob Wesferhof, and co-editor Celia Wesenberg. Left: Acorn Photographers 1978 3r 1 eadache. Left tmiddlej: Co-editor Celia Wesenberg searches for new ideas. Left tbottomjz "I love working on the Acorn ...' 183 - gif M T Q , - .:.1:,g1.fg si.. ,ff B . 3ww"""N - :- - X ' 1 f 4 ' Q 1 V 2- pwrrr, .,f...-V I I r l f is .fx w fn al' Q-.,',a1' Q . ff K ' in H6',,,.ht,,. .. f my 15 , ,Mft A I 'iw "6 M ,fp Na- . .A LW SCC Plans For New School The Alameda High School Student Cur- riculum Council was chaired by Mary la- cak. Their main projects this year were, working on the new classes for the new school and studying the Hart Bill which will have a drastic effect on high school curriculum. Vice-chairman for the year was Susan Davids. -TQ W 5'-S... fl,- Above: Members of the 1977-78 SCC Qmissing- Mary lacak and Susan Davidsj Left: Celia Wesenberg and Glen Lim pretend to look busy. 185 Mat aids Cheer On Wrestlers The AHS wrestling team had a new source of inspiration this year, The Mat Maids. Led by Head Carla Parker and Co-Head Iody Oriate, the Mat Maids did an excellent job encouraging fan support and spirit, as well as rooting on the wres- tlers. The Mat Maids included, Margaret Mul- lens, Delise Williams, Donna Smith, la- nice Mayer, Diana Sanchez and lohanna Kaurin. Lett: The 1977-78 Mat Maids. Bottom Left: lohanna cheers on wrestlers. Below: Head Carla Parker and Co-Head Jody Orinte. 186 Q'-H'1i' ,....f' get 31 utr J Stat Girls Check Out Ze is The Aetien This year varsity stat girls for football included Tracy Hittle, Karen Veenbaas and Diane Sanchez. Vital statistics taken included rushing and passing yardage, first dovvn, punting, and yards gained per play. Varsity stat girls for basketball this year were Debbie Phillipstscorekeep erl, Vicki Morten, Laureen Avery, Rene Rasmussen, and Lisa Anderson. The girls recorded statistics vvhich were important for ACAL records. They included field goals attempts and'made, free throws attempts and made, rebounds, steals, assists, and turnovers. Debbie Reitz and Selma Seabock helped with the I.V. stats. Top: Varsity football stat girls Left: Varsity basketball stat girls. tmissing Lau- reen Averyl 187 uto Club Opens Doors To Cars Meeting in the auto shop every Wednes- day another new organization, the Auto Club, held its weekly meetings. Auto Club, open to anybody with at least one year auto shop experience, has a grow- ing membership. Officers this year were lack Cobble President, Chip Huckaby Vice President, john Collins Secretary and Steve Ramos Treasurer. Mr. Monroe acted as the Auto Club ad- visor. Right: The 1977-78 Auto Club Officers. Far Right: Auto Club members work hard. Below: The 1977-78 Auto Club members. 5 N 1- Q 188 llli ETD 8 s z I i fi' X Vocal Cords Rekindle AHS Chorale Singing The Vocal Cords came together this year as a club, trying to spark an interest in the administration, with a prime direc- tive at getting vocal music back on an academic level. The twenty-seven member club had in- credible drive and enthusiasm for being a first year club. They showed their inter- est in the community during the Christ- mas season, by caroling at the South Shore Nursing Home. The club's powerful governmental struc- ture is headed at the fore by President Dennis Valerio. Left: The Vocal Cords. Bottom left: Mr. Rateaver directs. Bottom center: Gil O'Connell sings with a smile. Below: Kelly McGuire and Sandy Storm sing their hearts out. I9 ?iS'zJ,lg 4 S . Rs ,fg-,1', l 'ff x. 189 6' , ,M if f L, ,, ff QQ? Z W ea, . Q , X F , X l , A lr. iii . 5 5 x--Y' R - S wg --,k N T ' N , 1' J ,L 95 'Q ,XX f , -V -- ,S 'L i w- Xi' Wfq 8 . . . X A, 3 5? 9 0 ,. I . . 415, 0 9 L O ROTC On The Comeback After a rewarding recruiting cam- paign, Alameda High Schools ROTC had one of its busiest years ever. Cadets imale and femalej after many hours of drilling and total concentration, honored the school with three second place trophies at the Alameda County Veterans Day parade held in San Leandro. Besides the drilling and com- petition, Alameda's cadets partici- pated in helicopter orientation flights, tours of Alameda Naval Air stations air rework facility, also trips to Fort Ord and Mount Diablo park, where they learned from the Marines the art of wall repelling. As for fund raising the ROTC cadets did not stand idle. Their annual tur- key shoot and the showing of two top rated movies made them some big bucks which enabled them to Top: ROTC members play toss-across. ""'-s. Left: To McGuire, ROTC is one big joke. Above: Sullivan and the Sergeant go ove r the books. finance trips, uniforms, and differ- ent activities. 191 .fm Y, XJ 5, kf,.2 .ff 243 w 'Wu y , ., Y mv' ,nw fl 4.4 if , T , I on . . , ,iw -A. I 'I 1 -ug.. 'N fi- .Q "' mm ,ff f""' . -,-A s"""as wpwvf' in the G Ol' ka. .'50' nw! .2 ' A uf ls' if is-fN,Q1 ,, x ' A X . . 0, JM , Q ., 'nv s , ' fly MF 3' 1 -V x A r .J J ,, ff 1. W R if Q Nov 1976-IUFIB1 ' ' Lsluhx ,nj x:'Kw-hkfa . ,, ., be wo . K's- aw M. V T, f A, K. Y 7 x ' wwv, "uv , - wxWN.!r 5 v -f he A.H.S. Star Trek Qlub 'ff 5 Scott David Pat Fd 1" , K t 1' - I6 1 Y 0 M7 ., nf X ,V K ,1 .1 gf gn gi, 1. Q x K 1 :X F Af' ", .J f 5 - an A, M' 3, Q, .,,b 2 V Q .Q If "gxhA I? 1 -.,.--. ., - , QL ,Q af fat I f V I I awiiil, 111- Vkryk ,pf . Qi L Asian Club Keeps Busy Asian club had a very busy year this year. With a membership of about fifty stu- dents, the club was able to successfully put on various sales. All being very prof- itable to the club and its members. Under the leadership of President-Vicki Lee, Vice President-Patrick Reyes, Secre- tary-Wayman Ching, and Treasurer-Elea- nor Huie, the Asian club took various field trips to many Asian festivals. The club advisors were Miss Hoshi, Mr. Dare and Mrs. Seto. Left:1978 Asian club officers Qleft-rightl, Vice Presi- dent - Patrick Reyes, Treasurer - Eleanor Huie, President - Vicki Lee, Secretary - Wayman Ching. Below: The Asian club. 193 CSF ore Active Than Ever With a few hurdles to cross for the past few years CSF came back for a enthusi- astic year. Thanks to the help of the new clubs' ad- visor, Mrs. Townsend, the club was able to take trips to various colleges including U.C. Davis and Stanford. The club had a Bike-a-Thon, paper drive and candy sale to raise money for schol- arships for rewarding seniors in the club. The clubs' officers for '77-78' were Presi- dent Judy Lee, Vice President Nancy Ung, Secretary Cindy Weber and Trea- surer Beth Morehouse. Top right: CSF officers President-ludy Lee and Sec- retary-Cindy Weber. Right: CSF officers Vice President-Nancy Ung and Treasurer-Beth Morehouse. Far right: Gina Amaquin tries to keep amused dur- ing CSF meeting. 194 ..,, M Above: The 1977-78 CSF club. Right: Becky Wride relates to her lunch, 15, ' r sl -1 . L4 42, nfs Q K i 1.,,M"lg .f www .J ,Q Krasraiil srt L i S Club Stays Active Alameda High School's S club had a very successful year. The S club, a girls' ser- vice organization sponsored by the So- roptimists had a full calendar this year. The AHS Grand Reunion, the Lathrom Foundations Pets and People program, and holiday parties for handicapped children kept the S club busy all year around. When the club wasn't helping the community, it was having fund rais- ing bake and yard sales. This year's S club officers were President - Lisa Lothian, Vice President - julie Fred- erico, Treasurer - Debbie Matsura, Recording Secretary - Mary Gustin, Cor- responding Secretary - Mary Braithwait, Senior Director - Sonia Burns, and junior Director - Mary Folk. Left: The 1977 S club Bottom Left: S club members listen with undying interest. Below: Fascinating! 51 3 .i 195 ' 43 HS Welcomes Kounteract Club This year a new service club entered the AHS scene. The organization made up of roughly about fifty junior and senior girls call their new club Kounteract. Along with the many fund raisers held by the club, their bake sale held in Novem- ber was a huge success. They also held a dinner at the Willows Recreation Center which was enjoyed by all who attended. This year's officers were Tracy Hittle - President, Dana Roth - Vice President, Debborah Follrath - Treasurer, Margret Grayson - Secretary, Linda Reed and loAnne Agnew - Sergeant-at-Arms, Ka- ren Veenbaas - Senior assistant. The club advisor was David George. Above: THE Kounteract club. Right: Kounteract members admire each other's gowns. Far right: Even the Kounteract club can get bored. 196 Brown Baggers Come Together For Feasts The Brown Bag Conspiracy had a natu- rally fun year. This year brown bag planned to write a book about the dif- ferent recipes they had tried throughout the year. The club is the only organic club at AHS. The club didn't have too many activities this year for making money, but they did have a catering service that is doing well making the extra money for the club. Once a week the club members came together and had a feast at lunch-time. The club also held a once a month cui- sine for a theme of the month. The officers were Head Conspirator- Charlie Thomas, Secretary-Susie Cray and Treasurer-Beth Dwyer. Left: "Eat it, it's good for you." Below: The Brown Bag Conspiracy ready to begint , lg the feast. t ,Q ki-3 X lf, si l LJ I ,X . -Lxi . . XL so .f.. ,, . T3 fi f 1 - X , 3 4 K I 1 Y L . L ii. QXVV 197 "hw 198 Top left: Kathy Roberts caught doing nothing. Top right: The 1978 SAD-N Club members. Above: Wayne johnson attempting to do nothing. Right: Kathy watches Gavin do nothing. ---5, 3? Who Cares? The SAD-N Club marked its first year as AHS's newest club by doing nothing. The Sit Around and Do Nothing Club is sponsored by brother Dan Wagner who feels that it is off to a great start-doing noth- ing. Formed by several concerned seniors who needed relief from the plethora of student activities avail- able, the SAD-N Club is devoted to pure and unadulterated apathy. One of the club's many unexciting activities this year was a sit-a-thon: a vvhole week of sitting around and doing nothing. Members in SAD-N Club,tthe cliquej, is restricted to twenty-five normally active seniors vvho feel a need to release four years of pent-up apathy. The eleven officers for '78 were: President: C-avin Payne 'lst ass't Pres.: Sonia Burns Co-Pres.: jack Millpointer 1st ass't Co-Pres.: Glenn Lim 2nd ass't Co-Pres.: Kathy Roberts 3rd ass't Co-Pres.: Liz Kools lst Vice-Pres.: Richard Warner 2nd Vice-Pres.: Sandy Knudson 3rd Vice-Pres.: Wayne johnson Activities Director: Celia Wesen- berg Bible Bearer: Mark Sigmon Top: lack Millpointer caught thinking, Left: Nothing . .. .., Above: Two SAD-N members practice doing nothing. 199 club came year. 'gulf' Z 5"'ff U3 f' 'Y f fl lt ff? X , f l Pep Clubs' Spirit On The Rise This year Pep Club was one of the schools' most energetic and enthusiastic clubs at AHS. The club had many suc- cessful fund raisers which included a hat and hornet button sale. With the help of the club's advisor Mrs. Facchin, President Celest Holmes, Vice President Secretary Sandy Knudsen reasurer the Qi , l C J Y 'V tl '5U"'l"'i!"l tw, CQK 4 ff! 1.. XJQQ y Top: Pep Club members cheer on the Hornets. XJ ff: qs ' ff bove: The Pep Club members. o T -T W ' T O Q4 ' 'Q C at -fn, at C tx V P ' uf Y! ' X4 1 fgk : Af to zoo hwy, A Q "'-Q Top: The Pep Club officers for 1977-1978. Left: Pep Club members love to get their pic- tures taken, Above: Hornet fans stand together and clap their hands. 201 Skiers "Go ,Own Anya Xl' For lt" "ii ww Finally with an abundance of snow, this year's club was able to plan many suc- cessful trips. The club sponsored two overnights to Heavenly Valley and two day trips. Ski club had its annual candy sale to earn money for its members, but due to the water shortage, the club was unable to have its annual car wash. Ski club celebrated its finest year by being the largest and most active club in the school. As it was Dr. Gates last year as sponsor, every club member gave a little extra to make it his best. 2 0 2 ,.,,.--"" -a-""""'.....'mv Top: Brad and Kelly off after a LONG lift ride. Left: Connie smiles as the masked man looks on Above: Gunther and Gretel keep warm in the lodge M u LX V., vU.,J use WX UAA Lights, Cameras, IDEO With a new studio, the Video Club was able to stage creative films. Even though the club was restricted to 30 members, the club will have plenty of room as many of the members were Seniors. All of the club members learned how to use the equipment. The advanced mem- bers learned how to operate the new studio. Under the instruction of Mr. Re- gello, President Mason Corner, V.P. Da- vid Morganp Secretary Brad Mencarelli, Treasurer john Fanucchi and Sgt. At Arms jeff Friend, the club had a success- ful year and is looking forward to next year. Upper left: Smile, you're in the movies. Upper Right: Shooting porno flicks is fun. Right: Video Clubs officers for 1977-78. Below: I977-78 Video Club members. 204 L -,RB len " Frenchers Have More Fun The Alameda High School French Club, known to the member as "La Cercle Fracais," had a very active and success- ful year. The club got off to an early start, spon- soring paper drives in both july and Sep- tember. Other activities included a pot- luck dinner, a "bon-bon" sale, and sing- ing French christmas carols through the streets of Alameda. The French Clubbers brought love and sweetness to the stu- dents of AHS by sponsoring the popular Valentines Day Flower Sale, which was a blooming success. Fall Officers included: Bret Borgerson, president, Ken White, vice president, Mary-Ann Lopes, secretary, and Linda Perry, treasurer. Mrs. Cassandra Robin- son served as the club sponsor. Top: President Bret Borgerson works hard. Lett: Cindy Rosenhoff makes her flower sale pitch. Above: The IQ77-78 French Club. 205 Sailors Have ore Fun Another new addition to AHS this year was the Sailing Club. Though the Club wasn't very active, the club members were busy keeping their boats in ship shape. The membership of the club was small and consisted of only Seniors which in- cluded Glenn Hansen, Matt Pena and Steve McKenna. Since the club's mem- bership was so small the members and the club's advisor, Mrs. Gallagher, doubt that the club will be back next year. So anchors away to the Sailing Club as well as the old AHS. Right: The good ship Mango. Below: Steve McKenna in the cool sea breeze. Below Right: The Members of The Sailing Club. 206 ' 'WZ fwiifc Ke w ettq, U s h e retEsQ ie Tie job Done This year the Keywannettes, spon- sored by Mr. Fredgren and Mr. Brooks, were busy with activities such as running a dunking booth, making tray favors, organizing a halloween carnival, and the traditional Christmas caroling. The Usherettes, sponsored by Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Ames were busy with the annual school events such as the school plays and the graduation ceremoney. Top: The 1977-78 Keywannettes Left: The Keywannette officers. Below: The 'I977-78 Usherettes. 'tis-t 207 Key Club Enjoys Busy Year Key Club, a Kiwanis sponsored service club, enjoyed a busy and successful year. The club worked especially hard during the Christmas season, as they helped the Keywanettes put on a carnival for handi- capped children. The yuletide holiday also took them to Oak Knoll Naval Hos- pital, where they decorated the hospital in colorful Christmas colors. Other club activities included pedaling for the American Diabetes Association's annual bike-a-thon, in which S320 was raised, and a paper drive where all money raised went toward Key Club projects. Halloween took them to The Whitton School for the Handicapped, where the Key Clubbers entertained the handicapped children by sponsoring a party, complete with lack-O-Lanterns, costumes, and Halloween candy. l 208 IC fx .hrxx tx ! To ' The 1977 78 Officers Treasurer Donna McKean P- ' f , Brazil and Secretary Charle Thomas. Q NADH. Left: Key club members enjoy meeting. " Above: The 1977-78 Key Club members. t , Rodney Pimentel, Senior Advisor Mark 'IW gf I I O t fn Ifltlx- -wr. - Ltltll W mi , 9 r "ff k." --I Interact Continues To Function Due to the fact that they could not sponsor their annual dance, Interact, led by Presidents Herb Crawford, Mark Can- delario, David Iaber, Vice President Cliff Farina, and Secretary!Treasurer Morris Bonadona still kept the clubs reputation of being the most "SOCIAL" organiza- tion at AHS. Top: Interact knows where to function. Above Left: "The Elders" Left: Interact members function in the library. 209 GREAT WESTERN SAVINGS 2270 Otis Drive - 1416 Park Street GREAT WESTERN SAVINGS 'AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MEMBER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION. 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