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On at beautiful, warm Sunrlay in September, people course. Every year this festivity takes place in honor of lillfil- S0l11'10 SFTUU WHS Wffilln ll1iS yt'-lf. "like HLWLI
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Homecoming week was filled with many spirited smiles. On Mon-
day, students were seen wearing their pajamas, for pajama day. During
break, Mike Parham won the Presidents Eating Contest, On Tuesday
our school was full of nerds and jocks. At lunch the cheerleaders turned
into football players, and the football players were cheerleaders for the
exchange rally. Wednesday was full of students from two eras, the 50's
and 60's. For lunchtime excitement, the Senior guys ganged up on the
Senior girls, for a game of powder puff football. Thursday was Aloha
day, with bright colors and many leis. On that day, every Senior got to
sign their name on a huge poster. This Homecoming Spirit Week was
one never to be forgotten!
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The juniors Qclass of 881 took first place
overall in the homecoming activities this year
for the first time, but won first place for their
float for the second year in a row. Their hall
decorations were great, and the courtyard's
graveyard was one-of-a-kind. The juniors,
following the theme of Halloween, used wit-
ches as the theme to make up their float. A
cauldron was the main attraction and was
backed up by a broom and a witch's hat.
The Sophomores conquered second place
and a tombstone to represent the Halloween
theme. They had dry ice behind the tomb-
stone to resemble fog in the cemetery.
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of a gory float. They used body parts Cfrom a
mannequinb, fake blood fketchupl and Fri-
day the 31st posters covering their truck.
In last place the Seniors came up with the
most interesting idea. Weighing over 100
pounds, the pumpkin with a face of 87 was
towed all over Albany in a little red wagon.
Towing this wagon was Meg Peterson and
Andrea Tung dresed to the tee in red and
white. The sign carriers from the class of
1987 had a little trouble spelling "Seniors
All in all, the Homecoming parade and
game was a success, especially because the
Cougars beat the Scots 10 to 7.
A Halloween Homecoming Coronation
FRESHMEN: Antonio Cediel, Tom Richardson, Emory Tlnmg, Peggy jules, Sara Young, Tiffany Ring-
gold. SOPHOMORES: joel Shelton, Eriar Mapu, Pat Hawthom, Eric Flenoid, Erin Flowers, Adrimne
Olmrlead, Dawnya Pring, Tamika Abdullah. -IUNIORS: Doug Bailey, Mike Pinero, jolm Bar, jason
Mears, Sam Preu, Shannon Askins, Brenda Santos, Angie Luna. SENIORS: Dan Shepherd, Ben Bakken-
ta, Dim Turtle, Mike Clark, Mike Parham, Ross Culverwell, Linda Wells, Seralina Kelly, Penelope Lackey,
jolie Brunetti, Michelle Hazlett, Krisriina Middleton.
This year's Homecoming Dance was put on by the senior class. Bob Acton from
Laser Productions disc-jockeyed and he brought with him a video screen which
showed videos of AHS students in their classes. In the middle of the dance, the
Homecoming Princes, Princesses, Queen and King candidates were named and
walked out in couples, receiving red or white roses. Andrea Brunetti, this year's ASG
president, was supposed to call out the names ofthe candidates but couldn't because
she had laryngitis, so jenny Gould did it for her. For the Freshman Homecoming
Prince and Princess, Emory Tung and Sara Young won, the sophomores Eric Mapes
and Adrienne Olmstead won for their class' Prince and Princess, and for the juniors,
john Bae and Sara Press became Prince and Princess. For this year's Homecoming
King and Queen, Don Turtle and Penelope Lackey were coronated. The couple
started the next slow dance, wearing the crown, tiara, and robe that is the traditional
outfit ofthe Albany High School Homecoming King and Queen.
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The Albany Associated Student Government fA,S.G.P is a group
of student representatives who make priority decisions dealing with
student life at Albany High. They control the calendar of student ac-
tivities and decide what activities are going on, and who's in charge
of each activity. The purpose ofa student governing body is to make
decisions that reflect the desires of all students with a variety of dif-
ferent opinions, which enables us to make the best decisions for the
majority of the students.
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This year's A,S.G. stood witness to both challenges and triumphs,
as well as to the growth of energetic, creative individuals into the
hardest working group I've ever known, I believe each of us will
leave here with a new sense of maturity, responsibility, and
- Christina Dravis
This year's A,S.G. has proven to be a cooperative and constructive
body of concerned student representatives, competently fulfilling its
obligations to the students by being active in school affairs and
yielding decisive results, thus allowing for Albany High to be a beta
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Prcsitlunt ul' "Thu Future Homrunakets ul'
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mu tlfsugnung r-1.-fthmlusuuug, um. up my .uwn
storm' N marry .u lumilsouuit- young man,
Renee Michelle Howlcy
V. Volleyball, V Solihull, lbotlmll sur, wrestl-
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Chem dub Htspanu duh lTreasl Tennis
Club lVPl Basketball X Country CSA ASU
PLANS Attend UC' and mayor in what interests
K James Huang
Ensemble 84-85, Theatre club 85-86, Physics
club, Musicals: Boyfriend, Damn Yankees,
Guys and Dolls, Bye Bye Birdie, Seniorities
PLANS: attend Oberlin Conservatory, graduate
studies, lltalyl, eventually become a professional
Singer, Composer, Conductor. Retire at age 90
in a castle in Vienna, or maybe die young, who
"Du Holde Kunst, ich danke dit."
Faizal Mehdi Hussain
CSF, Chem. Cub, WSU, Senior Men on
PLANS: 4-year college, degree in Business, and
head into Real Estate, Own a closet full ol' Euro-
pean suits, Italian shoes, a 7 bedroom house, 2
fast sports cars, and at Ninja CMototcyde.J
"Life is an Adventure."
Judy A. Justus
Kevin Genta Kagiwara
"Boyfriend," "Damn Yankees," "Guys and
Dolls," "Bye Bye Birdie," jazz Band, Choir,
CSF, President - French Club, Senior Men on
PLANS: To be number one on Forbes 400, and
be'on an "American Express" commercial lDo
you know me?J.
"He who dies with the most toys wins.'y'
AHSSP Publiciry Director, Sec.fTreas., BOE
Rep of ASG, 84-87, Treas. of Chem. Club,
84-87, Pres. of Math club, CSF, Cast of "Bye
PLANS: Go to College, make a quick million or
two, settle down and live in style.
"Tomorrow, I'll do it tomorrow!"
Wrestling Stat, Spanish Club, CSF, Theatre
PLANS: Major in English at UCB, climb every
mountain and ford every stream!
Physics slay team, Pre-Calc crew, Chess club,
Deadheads, War Resister club.
PLANS: Go to Cal Poly, work myself into a
high-ranking govemment job, stan WWIII,
and become a "National Hem." later, I'll
spend my life on a nice street comer on
"Death before dishonor, Dmgs before lunch."
Adam "Ram" Kevorkian
Hispanic dub, Tennis dub, CSF, Chem Club,
Bay area with Symphony.
PLANS: attend 4 yr. University and start it
jeffrey Jung-Kee Kim
A.S.G. Scf.fTreas., Senior Class Scf.fTreas., jr.
Class Sec.fTreas., X-Country, Band QVPJ, Or-
nhestra, "Bye Bye Birdie," "Guys and Dolls,"
"Damn Yankees." "Thr: Boylrientlf' C.S.F.,
Cal attelerated Program, Chem dub
lPres.fScfretatyl, Hispanic club, lSectetary
Math club, Frcnth dub, Debate tluh, Tennis
Club, Stauffer labs, Mathletes, P.D.P., Study
center tutor, Senior Men on Ctmpus.
PLANS: Attend M,l.T., and major in Engine.-ere
ing, go to Graduate school and further my
education, Make lots of money, marry the
woman of my dreams, have kids, Live the
"lt's better to shoot for the moon and land on
top of n rock, than to aim for the rod: and land
in the mud."
Chem. club, X-aounrry 54 wrestling.
PLANS: Go to jC, transfer to UCLA, graduate
and live in a big house on the Malibu toast.
"later, Ant hill mob."
Alisha Renee Koepke
Auto shop, Cougar follies.
PLANS. Marry my honey Robert J, m July, Wm
millions in the Lottery, travel to exotic Islands to
have a life-long Honeymoon, misc n family
"We came, we saw, we kicked - , now we're
PLANS: Take a year off from school, travel
around Europe, attend aj.C. for 2 yrs,, transfer
"FAMOUS SAYlNGS:" Life's hard . . . then
Elmer Gump 84, 85: Bike Club 84: Flat Earth
Society 85, 86: "l!'s A Wonderful Life" 86,
Future Budists of America Club, Debate Club
85, WSU, War Resistors 87.
PLANS: j.C., then college. But before all that,
recuperation from A,H.S. with my bike and my
volleyball. When l think l've found the right
girl and settle down, I'll see my shrink who wiU
talk me out of it!!
"FAMOUS SAYlNGS:" "Heyyyyy ...
Thanks for the good memories Mike W., Phil
B., josh B., Toby u., Ana C., Elec R., Rhonda
C., Mary L., Penelope L., jenny L., Alex R.,
Sara P., Tod M., Natasha K., Dave P., and aU
K2 yrs.l, j,V. and Varsity Volleyball ESAl
Champs-86, 13 yrs.l, j.V. and Varsity Basket
ball, 42 yrs.J, Varsity Softball, ll yr.J, Varsity
track, Varsity Cheerleader, Big Sisters, Senior
Girls' Honorary, Informer Staff, Choir, X-mas
Play "lr's A Wonderful Life."
PIANS: Kick it in the sun in warm Tropical
Beach in jamaica and EAT!
"FAMOUS SAYlNGS:" "Chill"
Barbie Hwei-Yuan Kuo
CSF, Choir, Ensemble, Orchestra, Math Club
iPres.l, Chemistry Club QTreasurer, Pres.l. Bay
Area Chem Club iVice Presj, CSA CVR: Pres.J,
Girls' JV Basketball, "Guys and Dolls," Big
Sisters, Badminton Club, Project Lead, Cougar
Follies, ASU, Mathletes, Chemathon, PDP.
PLANS: Attend Stanford or UC Berkeley and
continue my search of the 'Ken Doll."
"FAMOUS SAYlNGS:" "If you think you're
perfect, You're Wrong!l" '
3 yrs. Volleyball, 42 ylsj, All-League, 86
League Champs, G yts.J Basketball, G yrs.J
Softball, ll yr.J X-Country, Service Club, Big
Sisters, Sr. Girls' Honorary, Homecoming
Queen, Q2 yrsj Choir Secretary, CSF life
PLANS: To graduate from a UC with a degree
in public relations. Most importantly, be with
Donny forever and be happy!
"FAMOUS SAYlNGS:" "Always be yourself
and everything will work out greed!"
CSA, ASU, Chemistry Club, Hispanic Club,
PLANS: l will maior in business in college and l
will work hard to reach the summit of my
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the mum- thing,
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Anne Christine McSweeney
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Hispanic Club, AFS, Servite Club, Mcxito 85,
Big Sisters, Band Photographer, jr. Homecom-
ing Princess, Sr. Girls' Honorary, Chem. Club,
Phoragmpher, Friday Night SADD om-
dinator, Yearbook 86, journalism 85-87 LNews
Editor and Photugraphetb, Girls of87-"kris"
PLANS: Attend S.F. State with Anne McS-
weeney, Room together, live it up, major in
Phutogmphy or juumalistn, if it gets too boring
transfer. Hopefully I will marry the man of my
dreams, settle down and have 2 kids, pursue my
tareer and be as happy as l tan be.
"FAMOUS SAYlNGS:" "Hook!" "jump
Spanish Club, Bike Club, Chem. Club, X-
PLANS: Run a Marathon, be successful, go on
an archeological dig with Rafli.
FOREIGN SAYING: "Ahl Hala midunamchi
migi, Pesare Khoone!"
Neveen M. Mostafa
Theatre Club, WAR Resistors, Trails, French
Josephine Bernadette A.
Varsity Tennis, ASU, Badminton.
PLANS: Attend college and start a business of
my own then buy myself an island and name it
"FAMOUS SAYINGS: ""' Don't help a hungry
man by giving him a fish but teach him how to
lish and you're helping him for the rest of his
Kelly Marie Pantell
Yearbook staff 12 yrsj Kliditot 877, Tennis 44
yts.J. Track il yt.J, Spanish Club, Chemistry
Club, Tennis Club, Service Club, Big Sisters,
Senior Girls' Honorary, "Guys and Dolls,"
"Bye Bye Birdie."
PLANS: Go to college and become a
veterinarian, own a Mercedes, and a Golden
Retriever pup. Eventually "tie the knot," Qwith
K.W. and A.T. as bridesmaidsj, and havc'a
SAYING: The little things in life mean the
To the dass of l9B7 - GOOD LUCK! See you
in 5 ymrs! '
Michael G. Parham
Vaisity Baseball 12 yrsj, Varsity Football,
Wtestl.ing,junior Class Pres., Senior Class Pres..
Chemistry Club, Senior Men on Campus, jazz
PLANS: Attend Darmouth, work hard and play
sports. Possible mrect in intemational relations
and economics. Politits eventually, perhaps all
the way to the top.
SAYING: "It's all pan of my master plan,"
"Oh Lotdy, pick a bail ofcotton"
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Volleyball 44 yrs.l. Basketball K5 yrs.l, Softball
C2 yrs.l, French Club, Senior Girls' Honorary,
Big Sisters, Service Club, Academic Extmvagan'
za, Basketball Stat il yr.l. Close Up.
PLANS: Become a banana slug and play
volleyball or basketball iHal7 Then go on to
become a full time student for Z0 yrs. After that
maybe graduate and become a mg weaver.
SAYING: "I t.lon't know"
Paul M. Rosenblatt
Unlimited weirdness, assorted terrorist auions
and squireship to the greatest battle bag warrior
PLANS: To eliminate all waste in the U.S.
Military, cut the defense jet by 507, and retire
to a Pacihc island and create a utopian society.
SAYING: You think I'm joking but I'm not.
Go to U,C. Berkeley or Humbolt, major in
history ur political science and become a defense
Spanish tlub Pres., Chemistry Club Pres., Varsis
ty x-eountry, Varsity traek, Mexito 85, Ilig
Sisters, Senior Men on Cimpus,
PLANS: leave Albany, go to sehool in Santa
Barbara, get nth and get happy.
SAYING: i'Kill a roach"
junior mae, clock mae, "Bye Bye Barra,"
Senior Men on Campus.
PLANS: Moving to Beverly Hills, Make my
Iirst Million ntnning an escort service for satan
worshippers, and blow it all in the fl horse at
Golden Gate Fields.
SAYING: "Honest oflicer, I thought it was
parsley, I swear. Parham, lor the last time, gd
your hand our of your pants!!!"
Tu Mike and Chaz: All alone at the end ofthe
evening and the bright lights have faded to blue
. . . Always remember, but try to forget.
Theater crab, Cougar mute 'r-rs.
PLANS. To atrend Modeling training and then
attempt being a model. lfl tlon't succeed I plan
to go to tollege later in life.
SAYING: "I.ife's a bitch and then you die."
To be happy in whatever Ido.
Daniel Q. Shepherd
Varsity wrestling, Varsity Football, Class officer,
Senior Men on Campus, Molestihg Linda
PLANS: Tu attend CAL-Berkeley or UC Santa
Cruz and get a Master's in my field of ehoite
lsadomasithtsml. Rampage society before we all
die in a nuclear war. After I am established in
my career, I want to travel the world and six all
I ran. Ifall else fails I want to manage the chu-se
seuion in Tatu Bell.
SAYING: "Everything is done better and fun-
ner with Satan-Wrap."
Rochaune D. Shephard
BSU, tiomprrm tilnh, ROP ttpumlmm
PLANS' Plan to advante my etlutation m Khm-
puter Tethnulugy at San Frantisco State.
SAYING: i'At the end of '88, be rollin' down
the Blvd tn my fresh BMW with the be-.rt
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David Glenn Simmons
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Pres., Frumh Club, Physus Club, Tratk, X-
t3...r..uy, Nan. tint., N....h...g u.....l, asu,
Senior Men on Campus
PLANS Repair what is broken, tt-rutmate what
is tutuantetl, right what is wrong, and re-ilu
what has been untlone. Continue stltool antl
niaior ut law of business autl rlo whatever is
netessary to be happy,
SAYING. H.. pt-r...y Sana .S .t tt-.tstwt't....e."
Stay m touth
PLANS. Attentl Alemetla College lor two yrs.
.intl transfer to CCAC, Or go bank to Mttnilal
.mtl party hanly! To my sister Lisa . . .
Scott T. Thomson
H yrs J Varsity liuotlszxll, K5 yrs.D Varsity Tratk,
4 yrs. Varsity XVrestling, "Guys .mtl Dolls,"
"Bye Bye l3rttlre," sem... Men on tgt...pu5,
WSU, ASG Historian K6-87,
PLANS. lor 2 years and transfer to U.C.
Santa iltul, Remain atttve rn sports .uul get a
souology tlegree and teath If that fails, go to
Atrto .mtl make a tomrnertial,
SAYING "No matter where you go, there you
XVSU will never tlic as long as there is it plate to
An.....y in P.C.t........ 7
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PLANS To be a graphie designer.
Andrea Michelle Tung
14 yrs,J, Vars. Tennis MVP, 12 yrs.l Vars.
Trad, Serviee Club, Big Sisters, Senior Girls'
Ho..o...fy, Tenn.. club, tzsif, t:i.e.......y cial.,
Frenth Club, Ski Club.
PLANS: Attend UIQ. in Southern Ctl. .intl ma-
i... ... ,..y.h..l.,gy. After he1,....g those in ma,
I'lI travel to foreign luntls :tml retire in style.
SAYING: "One who fails to sucteed in
something is vastly better on' than one who sut-
teetls tn nuortipltshing nothing."
13 yrs.l, Basketball, 14 yrs.7 Baseball, 85 League ,Z
Champs, CSF, Houietouiing King, Senior Men
PLANS: Go to tollege somewhere major in
something, anti get some kmtl of tlugree. Bc
with Penelope lorever.
SAYlNG: "Oh well!"
Tobin Michael Umland "r
PLANS: Live in .. heath house i.. Can.ttln on ig
"Umlaml Road" after at trtreer us a movie or
band producer. SAYING, "The a.s....e entity ul' mr is but .t
Ialstty of the eternal imagination." "My love for ,,
you won't last for one day, my love for you will
last for two." Love Anti Rotkcts 40h no! The
truck is dead!!!
Jorge Michael Valladares
Beautc Club, Basic Radio, Fat Elvis Fan Club,
PLANS: Remain .n Bay Aw.. fora ye... pertur-
mtng, then to sthool in New York. If ull else
tiuls, l'll betome a roek monster in China.
SAYING: "Enloy yourself, it's later than you
Lung live the cum Bus!!
Wrestling Stat j.V. nntl Varsity U yrs.l,
Baseball Stat j.V. and Varsity 43 yrs.J. Service
Club, Big Sisters, Senior Girls' Honorary,
W S U
PLANS Ptobtbly Lo to D V 1 for .1 year then
trtnstu' to a UK Everythrny, .tlttr tht Ill
worry about when tt eomes
SAYING Party tt my house NLW YYAR S
EVE NOT' W S U lives on
Tracy M. Vanover
Theatre Club, War Rt-sisters
PLANS' Leave the eountry, have lots of money,
and be hafwpy.
.SAYING' i'Slleme ls golden."
Carla Marie Volz
PLANS: Travel, atrend college, maybe in
Hawaii Get my carter together, betume rith,
buy a new red BMW, and linally have the man
of my dreams lind me!
SAYING: "Never forget the good times!"
"Never settle for less than the best!"
Tmtk I4 yrs.J, X-country C2 yrs.D, War
PLANS, Goal in life. To someday make the
Albany Crime Blotter.
SAYlNG' "Awwwwwww, XVhat's upf'
Albany Highs a great plate to visit, but l
wuultln't want to live here
David Bt-adly Weiss
Auto shop, Wood shop
PLANS: l would like to be involved in law
SAYING, "Lil'e's only as fun as you make it "
Class of '87
Linda Ann Wells
Volleyball, Senior Girls' Honorary, Student
Commissioner, One of the Girls, Weekend trips
to Tahoe, Being molested by Dan.
PLANS: Go to college, take a year oil' to trek in
Nepal and travel, return to college and get my
master's, Then spend the rest of my life living nn
a beach house with my husband and kids lf
that fails, l'll work for a cosmetits eompany
naming the shades of make-up
This whole thing seems kind ofsketthy.
Benjamin -I. Wieman
Senior Girls' Honorary Vue-Pres ,j.V Tratk Lk
Field 85-86 M.V.P., Physics Slay Team, Chem
Club Pres., Hispanit Club Sex fTteas,
Triathlons, Big Sisters.
PLANS: Go to U.C..B,, eventually get a Ph D
Then make a sthcme to swmdle money from in:
notent poor people.
Kelly K. Wilkinson
Varsity Tennis K4 yrsl, "Most Inspirational"
l9H5, "Most Dcdltatvstln IQHG, Varsity Trad.
K2 yrs.J, Freshman Class Setretary, Tennis Klub,
Chemistry Club, Ski Club, Big Sisters, Senior
Girls' Honorary, Ftenth Club, lntnunural
PLANS Attclul UC Berkeley and mayo! in
Frenth mth .t mmaf at laiuatkt I halt- to at on
to get a Masters ot Ph D , .intl that get into a
tareer in international business
SAYING Get the most out ol lile heiause you
only live onte
Many thanks to Sum, Kelli, and Andrea lor
"being there" when l multxl you. exptxially to
my mother vtho has xnliuentt-tl me so muth
Christopher Edwin Willey
Wlomaninng, aetive in the solver lili- style
PLANS. lk-tonne a tlrug tounselor il all liuls, a
SAYING, Are we having lynn yet!
Tu all the teathers who put up with me antl hatl
lault in me when l tlitln't. Thank You,
Merrick A. Wise
j.V. liootlwall, Varsity Football, antl j.V.
PLANS: Stutly business and luetome a carpentry
SAYING. May the gotls leatl you tluwn a toatl
of everlasting pane antl happuuss Kilt until Mr.
Rogers crosses your path?
Eleanor K. Wong
Service Llulw, Big Sisters, Senior Girls'
Honorary, Htspanit Club, Tall Flags U yrs,l,
PLANS: Go somewhere l'ar away for 11 longtime
anil huy my tat.
Cheers to the Class of '87
Matthew H.Y. Wong
Cross-Country ll yr.l, Trac ' 12 yrs.7, War
PLANS. Fashion designer
SAYING: "Well, well, well, l'm serious."
Q2 yrs.l, Tennis Qmth, Intramural sports anil
PLANS. Attentl tollege, either San jose or
Hayward State, major in business, party, lintl
myself in life, and finally settle ilown at tlurty,
SAYING: Time to get our ul' Alhuny High
School .tml get into the real worltl
Morgan Michael Worth
Q4 yrs.7, l5.iskt-tlmll, lfl yrs 1, Traik, Site Ktluiuil
KZ yrs l, Mexlto 85, Physits Slam Team, Pre-
PLANS. Attentl S.F. State Manor in An-
thropology iuul study it in Mexieo, Travel to
Europe, japan, Africa, untl jamaica. Fintl out
what "Live my life to the fullest" means.
SAYING "The truth is an offense, hut not a
sin. is he who laughs last, is he who wins."
"Meet me at the Hilton."
Cosmetology, R.0.P. from l985-1986.
PLANS: To marry my A'w1.lm lvoyu David
Rios, eoutinue my aareer in eosmetology, antl
have ten kttls to rake them all tu Davids mom,
SAYING. Tohl you l'tl gtzttluate Mum .
Mike Shin-Chiun Wun
CSA Vine Prtsitlent, tennis tluh pres., CSF,
Mathletes, varsity track B5-87, Chemistry Cluh,
ISC, Staufler Chemical, Varsity golf, Computer
clulw V.P. H5
PLANS, earn it B.A. then gratluate school.
SAYING: "Sky is the limit to enjoy lulef'
"Smile, You're on the way to explore the ex-
tmng v.orlil .truuntl you,
Margaret Abalos 8-26
Daniel Anderson 5-20
Robert Arendell 9- 18
Kevin Amold 2-23
Kim Bahmanyar 5-21
Phuiip nancy 10-27
Beniamin J. Bakkenta 5-8
Marguerite Barrier 9-4
Kevin Bataille 9-4
Kimberly Beal 2-7
Ellise Blacknell 6- 18
John R. Bowie 3-31
Joshua Boatright 7-15
Daniel P. Borgfeldt 1-10
Faith Boring 9-6
James Bracken 7-4
Ricky Brackett 7-4
Kerry Brown 1-23
Andrea Brunetti 12- 13
Jolie Brunetti 6- 10
Adelia Butler 10-11
Janice Chen 4-30
Kenneth Chen 3-5
Vivian Chi 8-1
Rhonda Choi 12-1 1
Allyssa Christner 2-15
Daniel Chu 11-16
Michael Clark 2-26
Michelle Clark 2-26
Richard Cline 3-8
Jack Collier 3-1
Diana Conklin 10-13
Ana Conlin 4-22
Jenia N. Cortezzo 5-31
Steven Crosetti 2-26
Ross Culverwell 9-27
Mehdi Dalvand 4-2
Jennifer Davis 11-23
Emily Dewalt 1-3
Jason Dodson 8-23
Leilah Dphrepaulezz 6-30
Christina Dravis 5-9
Theron Dyble 3-14
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF '87
Niani Christian 7-8
Carolyn Ebert 4-17
Pheobe Emker 9-23
Diana Engle 9-20
John Falconi 4-24
Joan Eerrin 10-22
Renee Fesperman 8-8
Khadija Fredericks 7-27
Josh Freeman 11-2
Jack Fu 6-21
Corinne Gaeta 1 1- 19
Joseph Ghione 7-18
Guy Glover 12- 13
Chaz Ray Green 10-22
Kenneth W. Gutierrez 4-7
Malachi Gutierrez 7-31
Raul Gutierrez 12-3
Kimberlee Hagan 10-3
Ethan S. Hall 3-26
Max Hanavan 12-21
Jason E. Handlos 5-17
Rodney Haney 7-3
David C. Hardy 12-13
Sheila Hasrajani 1-10
AndrewJ. Hawthom 1 1-7
Michelle Hazlett 7-28
Cynthia Hobbs 1-5
Karen Hopkins 6-15
Renee Howley 1-21
Sidney Hsu 8-6
James Huang 9-26
Yong Huang 7-26
Jeduthun Hughes 1-11
Faizal L. Hussain 10-10
Xin Jin 12-17
Judy A. Justus 9-12
Kevin Kajiwara 4-4
Adam Kane 4-1
Eunah Kang 4- 14
Seralina Kelly 1-9
Melynda Kelsey 6- 14
Kevin Kennedy 6-23
Adam Kevorkian 10-10
Regina Khmelnitsky 2-21
Hando Kim 3-23
Jeffrey Kim 12-5
Steven Kobayashi 4-1 1
Alisha Koepke 5-26
Aisha Krieger 8-5
Ilya Kucherenko 10-23
Natasha Kucherenko 10-23
Barbie Kuo 12-4
Mike Kuliga 2-8
Penelope Lackey 3- 18
Daisy Lai 7-s
Tam Le 5-11
Jesus Malanche 7-23
Ruth Martin 3-24
Zinda Massmam 7-27
Maryn McFarland 12-29
Sean McGaughran 6-6
Anne Christine McSweeney 1- 12
David Mello 2-24
Roxana B. Mendiblez 10-22
Kristina Middleton 10-33
Dariush Mohkami 7-2
Neveen Mostafa 3-1 1
Eric T. Nakatani 6-9
Cathy Nguyen 1-6
Devalyn O'Nea1 7-25
Kelly M. PanteU 11-25
Michael Parham 10- 18
Lara Peters 2- 16
Margaret A. Peterson 9- 10
David Patterson 6-3
Daniel Reed 4-22
Eric Rice 7-14
Lisa L. Rice 12-12
Ted Richards 10-31
AdamJ. Richardson 1 1- 19
Daniel Rogers 5-25
Elizabeth Rogers 4-1 1
Paul M. Rosenblatt 6-2
John Prather 7-31
Adam L. Salir 6-19
Andrew Seltzer 1 1-30
Miguel Serrano 6- 19
Yonneem Severin 5-5
Daniel Sheperd 1-15
Rochaune Sheppers 6- 7
Joanna Shober 2-20
Sabina Sicard 10-3
Victoria Ann Silva 7-23
David Simmons 6-20
Tracey Nicole Sims 8-14
Jon Sloan 1- 14
Luis Soto 11-4
Brett W. Sterba 2-20
Raymar Tabatabian 11-20
Scott Thomson 1-4
Christine Tagle 10-27
Jennie Tseng 8- 18
Andrea Tung 6-30
Donald Turtle 2-4
Tobin M. Umland 5--10
J. Michael Valladares 5-3
Christine Valterza 6- 16
Tracy Vanover 8- 15
Karla Marie Volz 7-17
Erica Watkins 11- 1
Daniel R. Weiss 7-24
David Weiss 7-24
Michael S. Wehr 8-30
Linda Ann Wells 12 - 12
Benjaminj. Wieman 10-6
Chris Willey 8-25
Kelly Kay Wilkinson 9-30
Merrick A. Wise 4-21
Eleanor Wong 9- 17
Ho-Yuen Wong 11-29
Kerry Wong 2- 12
Rachelle M. Woody 8-23
Ruben L. Woolford 12-28
Morgan M. Worth 3- 19
Diana Wu 6- 16
Mike S. Wun 12-6
Rachelle Yamasaki 12- 19
Elizabeth Zawadski lt 15
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Vlouldn't you like to rub "noses" with and Kim?
Michelle and Andrew definitely the "loudcst!"
Beth and Allyssa, "chums" forever
Dan and Rhonda, our favorite "athletes.
our "best all around."
"Shyness" is Cathy and Miguel's middle name.
Vogue of '87: Guns and Leilah.
Meg and Scott being "personable," as usual,
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Ilya and Natasha with their awesome "legs"
Malachi and Diana flex their "builds,"
Arc Chaz and jenia "flirting" again?
Don and Penelope: our cures "couple,"
"Millionaires?" Not yet, but someday,
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not always better.
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blood, total. We even had seven
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secretary and a parent donate
blood. These pints are now credits
toward our school, in case someone
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A group of adventurous A.H.S. students flew to
Washington D.C. with history teacher, Mrs. Genie
Miller, on November 30th for a week of on-the-go excite-
ment. Our transcontinental consort consisted of ,Mike
Aldersen, Phoebe Emker, Andrew Hawthorn, Maryn
McFarland, Mike Nagle, Mike Parham, Paul Rosenblatt,
and Elee Rogers. While there they studied U.S. govern-
ment, the history and culture of D.C. and other areasiofi
the United States. They studied U.S. relations with the
U.S.S.R., the delicate balance between free press and na-
tional security, and current events, including the Iran-1
Nicaraguan weapons affair. They visited embassies, office 1
of Congressman Stark, Capital Hill, the Smithsonian In- I
stitute, the Supreme Court, many memorials, and the
Kenneday Center where they saw
PHOTO CR EDIT: E. Rogers, A. Hawthom, M. McFarland, T. Wanlin.
Top Photo: Andrew Hawthom and entourage in Top Row: The three Mikes, Parham, Nagle, and Aldersen.
Washington, D.C. Bottom Photo: Paul -Bottom Row: Phoebe Emker, Mrs. Miller, and Maryn
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Scott Sterling, Hando Kim. Dan Reed, Kevin Kajiwara. Fourth Row: Sun-Yil Moon, Aaron Nakahara, jack Coming, Rob Arendell, Leslie Hall, Debbie Yamasaki, Angel Kuo.
Not Present: Ethan Hall. Nathan Perdue. Theron Dvble. Mike Parham.
Lunch hours are customary practice ses-
sions for this select group of musicians.
These experienced entertainers perform a
variety of music, including rock, old blues
and jazz. They participate in competitions
throughout the year as well as perform on
campus for various functions, like the
homecoming game half-time activities, and
the Concert in the Park in June of each year.
This class periodically features out-of-town
speakers. This year, Mr. Douglas arranged
for a visit from a distinguished musician
who teaches at Berklee Music College in
Boston. He also offers to his students the op-
portunity to attend weekend retreats in the
Santa Cruz mountains, packed with talent
shows during the weekend and a concert on
the last day.
Members of the orchestra are a talented bunch with
years of musical experience behind them. But the one
thing that sets them apart from other schools is
DEDICATION. Members of the orchestra meet during
their lunch hour for bi-weekly 45 minute practice sessions
throughout the school year. They present an annual
Christmas concert each year, as well as perform in late spr-
ing with the production of a Cabaret-type concert. Many
students are also members of the Bay Area Wind Sym-
phony, and other youth orchestras as well. This excellent
preparation for aspiring musicians is due to Mr. Douglas'
hard work, dedication, and experience in working with
youths. As one of his students so aptly put it, "It would
be impossible without him."
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Book by Michael Stewart
Music by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Lee Adams
Directed by Lawrence Harada
Choregraphy by Karen Stenger
Musical Assistance by Janeen Rydman
Music Accompany by Mary Vlallmann
Set in the late 5O's, the musical "Bye Bye Birdie" parodies Elvis Presley's
drafting in the army. The rock star this time around is the fictitious Conrad
Birdie, who has been drafted into the army, much to the dismay of the
teenage population of America. This musical comedy's storyline revolves
around the "One Last Kiss" Conrad is to bestow upon one lucky girl fKim
MacAfeeJ before he leaves, The central adult characters are Albert Peterson,
Conrad's manager, Rosie Peterson, Albert's secretary and fiancee, Mrs.
Peterson, Albert's domineering mother, and Mr. MacAfee, Kim's father.
The central teenage character's are Kim, the lucky girl, Hugo Peabody, her
jealous boyfriend, and Ursala, Kim's best friend. Among the memorable
songs from this production are "Put On A Happy Face," "Kids,"
"Telephone Hour," and "One Last Kiss."
Cast of Characters
Another Sad Girl
Charles F. Maude
Caroline Hoffman, Leila Homick
Anne Cliatt Sarah Huang
Allison Harada, Heather McFarland
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Cougar Follres has been a tradrtron at Albany Hrgh for many years The
Senror class produces rt to earn money for therr class Ramyar Tabatabaran
Mrlce Parham jeff Krm Dan Shepherd Kevm Arnold and Andy Seltzer
were rn charge of thrs years productron Early rn November they held audr
trons Many drfferent types of acts trred out and luckrly they all recerved a
spot rn the show
On january 22nd and 23rd at 7 30 pm the 1987 productron of the
Follres was held In the spotlrght on Thursday and Frrday nrght was Mr
Fred Brrll Master of Ceremonres He yuggled drd flrps and read Dr Suess
Fox N Sox Next appeared the commercral addncts presentrng a few of our
favorrte TV ads Many srngers performed mcludrng Scott Sterlrng Sara
Huang Anne McSweeney Semorne Sykes Scott Thomson Andy Seltzer
and Chaz Green Followrng these acts came the band Rabbr Conspxracy
some rnstrumental musrc from joe Gh1one and Ethan Hall and last but not
least the Senror Men On Campus left us breathless wrth Happy Trmlr sung
for every Senror lady
Everyone who partrcrpated rn 1987 s Cougar Follres drd a fabulous job as
well as showed off' therr acquired talents
The Commercral Addxcts showrng how com
mertmls should be done Adam Rrdge and
Chris Read, the lxght crew Semornc sxngs
wonderful songs by Teena Mane and Irene
Cara Mr Fred Bnll practxces hrs juggllng
Senror Men warm up then' voxces smgmg Hap
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ADVISOR: MI. Carlotk. PRESIDENTS: Farid javandel, Adam Safir, Ben Wieman. TREASURER: Markiu Mullarkey. MEMBERS: Dan Anderxon, Yong Sue Ann, lan Alkinfon, john
Bae, Paul Bae, Ehab Bandar, Karen Bealr, Mirhelle Brown, Andrea Brunetli, Doreen Caparro.r, Nifhole Caparror, Nina Carrieri, Claudia Caxtro, Ivy Chan, janire Chen, Peter Chen,
Richard Chen, Rulh Chen, Shirley Chen, Phoebe Cheng, Rhonda Choi, Dan Chu, Nirole Chu, Miyoko Chu, Albert Chung, Helen Chung, jennfer Daoif, Sarah Draper, Theron Dyble, April
Falco, Eileen Farman, joan Ferrin, jaxon Fink, jaxon Fitfrhen, Amy Fleifig, Marika Foltz, Shanta Frantz, Khadya Frederirkr, Krirtin Gan, jenny Gould, Malachi Gutierrez, Sheila
Harrajani, Caroline Hoflernan, Mark Honer, Amy Hfieh, Sidney Hru, David Hu, I-Chieh Huang, joyre Huang, Sarah Huang, Youg Huang, jeduzhun Hughex, Reza jaoandel, Brad jenn-
ingf, Xin jin, Adam Kane, Eunah Kang, Gina Kim, Graee Kim, Hando Kim, julie Kim, Beth Kuhneoerte, Barbie Kuo, Ilya Kucherenko, Daify Lai, Paul Lee, Seo!! Lee, Ben Liao, Hiro
Liao, Marifa Marireal, Dariuxh Mohkami, Sung Yil Moon, Markus Mora, Aaron Nakahara, Mike Parrott, Michele Pender, Lara Pelerr, Sara Preu, jennwr Rediek, lxabelle Rogin, Paul
Rwenblan, Robyn Sato, Brian Shin, Benjy Sikora, Luix Soto, jeniea Tauber, Viva Taylor, Alexander Tfai, Lillian TJai, jennie Treng, Toby Umland, Kelly Wilkinmn, Elly Wong, Matt
Wong, Malt K. Wong, Claudine Woo, Morgan Worfh, Annie Wu, Dianna Wu, Nanry Wu, Terexa Wu, Lira Wun, Lury Wun, Mike Wan, Raehelle Yamafaki, Shahram Yanemi.
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MEMBERS' Lillian Trai, Sara Pren, Lacy Wun, Alexander Trai, Anne Bailey, Reid Macdonald,
Raven Halderman, Kelinn Lobo, Caroline Hafman, Carey Roienbaurn, Lily Quarb, Lilia Roraf, Irabelle
Rogin, Debby Kim, .Yiuana de la Torre, Abba Krieger, Ivy Chan, Michelle Brown, Kaela Vronrky . . .
and :bore two who are ooerreafz Courtney Bloomer and Carrie Garlirk, and :bore who will mon be leav-
ing: Brad jenningl and Benjy Sikora.
'86-'87 A.F.S. Students Abroad
Courtney Bloomer - Dominican Republic
Carrie Garlick - Belgium
Brad Jennings - New Zealand
Benjy Sikora - Thailand
The AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 1A.F.S.D promotes cultural
understanding by sending and receiving students from different parts of
the world. As a club, A.F.S. is a support group for our exchange
students. Through international days, parries, and pizza night, A.F.S.
has been an active part of the community and especially, Albany High.
Our exchange student, Osama, has mn cross-country, and taken physics
Qwhich he has enjoyed immenselyl. We sincerely hope that Osama has
enjoyed his experiences at Albany High.
Advisor: Ms. Alperg President: Karen Beals, Vice-President: Adrienne
Olmsteadg Secretary: julie Kim, Treasurer: jason Fink, Publicity
Manager: Phoebe Emkerg Organizer: Soseh Kevorkian,
This is Osama Haj-Ali, our A.F.S. Student from jordan. He lived in
Albany with the Jennings family and graduated with the dass of '87,
When asked what was different about our country, his response was,
"Everything!!" In his own country, they eat more rice was his answer as
we asked differences. When asked what he thought was the major dif-
ference between countries, he responded, "Here, everyone is busy all the
time. Everyone is in a hurry. Here, almost everyone works. In jordan
only the father works. Here, the children are more free. At 18, a child
can do anything he wants. At home, that is unheard of. The family is
always together at home. Children don't leave when they tum eigh-
teen." Thanx Osama, keep in touch.
ADVISOR: Mn. Miller. MEMBERS: Alberl Chung Qrefidenlj, Farid jewandel, Anton Galmen, My Truemun, Eric Schultz, Richard Chen, jzueph Cben, Ben Sikoru, Peter
Cben, Ben Kananan, Zeke Sieuenr, Paul Rage.
This group of guys, interested in the Medieval Ages, l
lodged themselves in Mrs. Miller's room during lunch to
play games and to learn about the Medieval ages. Their
advisor will sometimes even get them video f movies that
will teach them more about this time of history.
In the Theatre Club the members saw plays at A.C.T.
and Berkeley Rep as well as discussed their shared interest
in the theatre. The intentions of the club were to increase
awareness of the world of theatre and to provide the op-
portuntiy for interested students to participate and
become more aware and knowledgable as to the role the
theatre plays in society.
ADVISOR: MJ. Cbarlip, MEMBERS:juan Fer-rin Qpreiidenll, Ben Bakkenlu frfire premlenlj,
Zinda Mauman flreaiurerj, Yuneem Severin Iierrelaryj, Diana Engle, Neveen Mailufa.
V Adrienne Olmilead, Tanir Kerel, Semfina Kelly, Marllm Braun, Tnuy Vunniier. Debby Kim,
Sumnna de la Torre, Leila Hornifk.
ADVISOR: George Fwfeliux, PRESIDENT: Doug Turriii, VICE PRESIDENT: Nirole Hall, TREASURER: Xin jin.
MEMBERS:-Ioannie Albee, Silvia Blamn, Phoebe Cheng, Helen Chung, Saian de la Torre, Nirole Har-rif, Amy Iliieh,
Debbie Kiin, Ryan MrArthur, Shawna MrGourty, Max Rible, Lui: Soto, Alex Trai, ana' Lillian Trai.
MEMBERS: Kezfin Arnold, lzfy Chan, janire Chen, Kriilie Chen, Shirley Chen, Richard Chen Qireiidentl, Rath Chen,
Phoebe Cheng, Miyoho Chu. Albert Chung, Helen Chung, Thoinaf Chang, jawn Filirhen, jark Fu, Krirtin Gan. Pariia
Ghauenizaileh, Nicole Har-riJ, Amy Hiieh, Dazfiil Ha, I-Chieh Iluangujoyre Huang, Sarah Huang. Ifariiljararlilel,
Xin-fin, Adam Kane, Gina Kinpjarh Kim, Barbie Kao fprefitlentl, Brenda Lee, Wfilliarn Lee. Hiro Liao. Frank Lin,
Grace Lin. Wai-Ling Lake, Ryan Mai'Arthnr, Sung-Yil Moon. Adrian Mueller. Marhaf Mullarhey, Aaron Nahahara
f.I7V'L'JIllt'!Ili. Cathy Nguyen, Owen Niihioka, Max Rible, Eric Shultz, Lair Sato. Rainyar Tabatabaian, Amy Thach, Alex
Tiai. Eileen Tiai, Lillian Tiai, Annie Wa, Dianna Wu Ipreiidenll, Nanry Wu, Tereia Wu, Cindy Wan, Lury Wan,
The Computer Club has been at
A.H.S. for the past ten years. It
consists of a group of students that
have an interest in computers. The
activities have included working on
computer projects, supervising the
computer room, taking educational
field trips concerning 'high-tech'
topics, and welcoming computer-
based demonstrations by computer
specialists. Their goal for this year
was to take an Alpine ski trip to the
Sierras. To raise the money for the
trip, the Computer Club ran car
washes, worked in the kitchen dur-
ing Bingo night, and held
numerous other fund raisers.
The MathClub was formed by a
group of students who are in-
terested in math. The activities
- mathletes in different schools
- noon contests
- Santa Barbara math contest
- Poly Royal math contest
and many many more contests
that are related to math. The
teachers who volunteered as chauf-
fers get a hand of thanks. It was a
ADVISERS:-joe Cruz and Ed Hill. MEMBERS:-hanelle Provo! I, Kerry Wonghjark Fu, Adam Ritbardron, Eric Gray, Silvia Blamn.
A "The aim of the Bike Club
is simple: to go on bike rides and
have fun, and if we get fit along
with it, all the better. We ride
usually on Friday afternoons
about 3:30 and go to various
places, such as Inspiration Point,
Emeryville, Grizzly Peak, or
Briones Park. The rides typically
last for one or two hours, after
which we feed our faces Cor the
club's, of courseb. A good bike is
not neccesary, but it does help as
we meet some pretty long and
steep hills. Our motto is: 'Ride,
fun, fitness, food' which sums us
up quite nicely."
- thanks to Adam Richardson
Who is Elmer Gump, what does
Elmer Gump mean? What is the pur-
pose of this club, what kinds of things
does it do? Who is its president, vice
president, or secretary ftreasurer? Who
are its members? When does Elmer
Gump get together? Why do they get
together? Do they get together at all? Is
Elmer Gump really a club or is it a
fraud? Is joe Cruz just posing as Elmer
Gump's Adviser? Ask him, see what his
answers are, and then please let US
he Offical Unoffical Not Really Real Clubs
This "club" has been a tradition at
A.H.S. for many years. And although
it is not registered with A.S.G., we
decided that, for once, we'd include
them with the rest of the clubs. This
group of guys consider themselves the
"brother-group" to Senior Girls
Honorary. Though not thoroughly
organized, as this picture shows,
they're just a group of seniors trying to
survive their senior year by having as
much fun as possible.
PRESIDENT: no one. MEMBERS: Dan Andenon, Roh Arendell, Kevin Arnold, Sieve Cfafelli, Rau Culverzvell, Kevin Ka-
jiufara, jeff Kim. Mike Parham, Dan Reed, Adam Safir, Andy Seltzer, Miguel Serrano, Dan Shepherd, jon Sloan, Luix Solo,
Ramyar Tabazahaian, Seal! Thornton, and all the ren of "the guyx. "
PRESIDENT: Sean "Yabn" Yalmraki, VICE-PRESIDENT: Torn "Hal" Benion, SECRETARY' Tim CloJe,
TREASURER: Siem' "Ike" Eirenberg, MEMBERS: Shawn Hormzamjake MfCuJler, Stacy MfCurter, Parker Neuflon,
jawn Sangmaffer, Ken! Zapata. Though everyone i1 invited lo join in . . . "lhiJ :lah could he ralled the E.S. U.: Everyone
Srmleni Union. " '
The original name of this club was the
We Skate Union, their original idea was
to have their picture in the yearbook and
raise money for club activities. The
original adviser of this club, though, had
beliefs contrary to those of its' members
and of the club's activities, so the club
was officially cancelled. There is no longer
an official W.S.U. yet its' spirit lives on.
The involved students had always wanted
a club, and though it was short-lived, and
there was no formal photo of its members
in the yearbook, we decided to let them
have one of their original goals reached.
The well-known name of the club came
to be the Whoop Student Union or the
Weekend Student Union. Their logo is
still seen all over A.H.S. on people, as
well as their T-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets,
and binders. "Everyone had a club, so we
wanted one, too."
MEMBERS: Tanir Keret fPre.rident2, Claudine Woo fViee-Prexidentl, julie Kim fSerrelary-Treafurerl, Stephanie Runell, Adrienne Olrnxtead,
Lira Wien, Rohyn Sato, Eileen Farnan, Miehelle Pender, Anna Sherhurn, Rachel Hileheorh, Kiln Elzel, Kerri Safnpron, Genevieve Higgini,
Cinde MeKnight, Anne Cliatl, Mitki Martinez, Heather Steuenf, Leila Hornieh, jenny Laird, Mary Larkey, Birdie Chi, Nina Carrieri,
Tammy Markham, Miranda Ahrarru, Mirhelle Seeley, Meridee Carter, Catherine Sugg, Shawna Hawley, David Hu.
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MEMBERS: Carla AUHIHJ., Karen Beal.r', Mirhelle Brown, Miyako Chu fSerrelary-Treaiurerl, Nicole Chu, Sherry Djahangiri, Amy Fleiiig,
jenny Gould, jenny jacohi, Neva Keret, Debby Kim', Brenda Lee, Trary Lohrnan', Melanie Linehaugh, Angie Luna, Mariia Mariieal
lVite-Prefidenti, Sara Prem, jennikr Redirh fPreiidenlI, Alexandra Ridge, Gahriella Rigg, Carmnilla Saulihury, Eve Sfnalyield, Rarhel
Taylor, Sufan de la Torre", Lillian Tfai", Whilni Wil:on', Meredith Winer, Lury Wun'. IMernherJ with an " By their narnex, were no! in
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MEMBFRS Kim Bdllllldllydf, Kim Beal, Andrea Brnnetti, Rhonda Choi, Diana CUVlkl9,-ICHHWF Dewi.f,joun-Ferrin, Renee Fefpernlan, Michelle Hazelell,jefKi1r1, Nntnfhn Knrberenbv,
Klmdeju Fredrlrk Penelope Lackey, Anne MrSufeeney, Krir Middlelan, Kelly Panlell, Mike Parham, Meg Peterfon, Elee Rogen, joanna Sbaber, Rarnynr Tabnmbniun, Amlrm Tung,
Cbflfllflt' Vallerzu Ben Weiman, Linda- Wellf, Elly Wong, Kelly Wilkinron, Rurbelle Yamamki.
The gals clubs! Sorry, they can no longer be
called that as of this year.
The Service Club is an opening for
sophomores to do exactly what it saysg serve.
Such activities as Back to School Night and the
Soroptomists' Oktoberfest Open House help
members to earn points. Baking foods for school
activities like Cougar Follies, the junior Talent
Show, and the annual musical help the club
earn money to take on to the next year when
they become juniors and . . .
Big Sisters! The members of this club get Lit-
tle Sisters 18th graders from Albany Middle
Schooll and take them to school functions and
other outside activities, earning points while do-
ing so. The purpose of this club is to sufpply a
"familiar face" to the new freshmen Cat least
those that were Little Sistersj in a senior girl,
formerly a Big Sister, now a . . , Senior Girl!
Senior Girls Honorary, except lbif year the
club should be called Senior Girls and Guys
Honorary, seeing how four of the members are
of the male species and one of them is the
clubs's co-president. The club's highlight activi-
ty is the annual weekend snow trip in Tahoe.
They all stayed in a cabin, skiing and partying
all weekend. With guys under the roof this year
loo, let our imaginations wander for a moment
. . .J it was really FUN!!!
This club exposes Asian culture to sports Cbasketball, softball, volleyball
interested students, enables them to and footballb, picnics, bowling, fund
make friends and have fun through raising and whatever else to have fun!!!
cultural events and outdoor activities.
Activities this Club included Cben, Helen Cbung, jarb Fu, SlJantalFrantz,
dance parties, ice skating, intermural Frirlin Gan, Nicole Harrif, Sidney Hfu, Sarah
MEMBERS' janice Cben Sbirley Cben Zbener
Huang, jdf Kim, Angel Kuo, Barbie Kuo, Steve
Lai, Allen Lee, Brenda Lee, jarkmn Lee, Wai-
Ling Lobe, Aaron Nakabara, Paul R., Lillian
Trai, Annie Wu, Diana Wu, Terefa Wu, 'Cindy
Wan, Lucy Wan, Mike Wan Qreridentl, Debby
Yafnaraki, Rong Zbeng.
The Black Student Union CB.S.U.D includes
most of the Black student body of A.H.S. and
has grown significantly over the years,
especially in the past two. In 1984, Rhonda
Smith took over as the club's president and
began getting the club the recognition it
deserved. Its activities have included such
things as fund raisers, talent shows, trips, a
haunted house, and a planned grand finale
program for Black History Month Cin
Februaryb. In October '86 alone, they raised
over 3200.00 and that was just the beginning.
"Our goal is to raise enough money to have an
end-of-the-year trip," said Tracy, this year's
PRESIDENT: Trary Anderion, VICE-PRESIDENT: Khadija
Fredrirkf, SECRETARY: Whilni Wilion, TREASURER: Zania
Harrir, MEMBERS: Beliia Aaron, Tamika Ahdulah, Damon
Anderion, Malile Anihony, Marvin Anthony, Shannon AJhford,
Ben Brown, Martha Brown, Mithael Clark, Mirhael Dorkinf,
Chira Ealon, Keir Fifher, Palrirk Foner, Marty Gnfilh, Adrian
A. johmon, Cheryl Mann, Malik Monlon, Dingane Newion, TM
fan Rin ala' Annefle Sander: Rorhane Sheppard Tanirha
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Singleton, Charlolle Srnilh, Sernoine Sykei, jeff Walker, Kenyatta
'lzhe Tennis Club is
an opening to
students who like and
appreciate the game
of tennis. Their pro-
grams enable tennis
players to find part-
ners, to improve ten-
nis skills and to have
fun during the school
year. Goals this year
were to KD set up a 9
ranking system to en-
courage people to
C29 see tennis tour-
naments and GJ set
up their own tennis N
Ch-lb tournament in MEMBERS: Sherry Djahangiri lPreJ.I, Mike Alderfon, Ian Alkinmn, john Bae, Ehah Bandar, Antonio Cediel, George Chue, Rhonda Choi Thama:
the SP1-ing. Chung, Erin Flowerr, Majid Hahihi, David Hu, I-Chieh Huang, Moria Kajiwara, jack Kuo, Melanie Linehaugh, Lara MfCONHlfi6 Mike Morgan
Mike Nagle, Kevin Newlon, Kelly Panfell, Nathan Purdue, Mig1ielSerrano, Andrea Tang, Kelly Wilkenmn, Kerry Wong, Shahram Yarfemi
Albany Badminton Club was formed to serve those
who have an interest in this fast paced racket sport and
to bring a fun time to everyone by going and com-
peting in tournaments. Goals of this year were to
establish a schedule and to find a place where they
could play without having natural events disrupt play.
To improve services to members and improve the
member's playing were also important goals set up by
MEMBERS: Frank Lin lPreJ.i, jack Kun, I-Chieh Huang, Barbie
Kuo, Diana Wa, Namy Wiz, Shirley Chen, Garre Lin, Lacy Wien,
Lillian Trai, joyce Ilnang, Ivy Chan, David Hn, Thainar Koeppe,
Eunah Kang, jawn Filrfhen, Yong Huang, Angel Kuo, Alexander
Trai, Helen Chung, Enoch Lee,janife Chen, Amy Hfieh, Hiro Liao,
Annie Wu, Ehah Bandar, Sarah Huang, Shahrarn Yanefni, Sidney
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MEMBERS Adam Safir CPres7 Karen Beals Silvia Blason Miyoko Chu Helen Chung Susana de la Torre Richard Entenmann, Kritin Gan, Sebastian Frey, Sidney Hsu,
David Hmly Amy Hsieh Nicole H1rris Leila Hornick jeff Kim Hando Kim Sung Yil Moon Markus Mullarkey Aaron Nakahara, Dan Reed, Vicki Silva, Lillian Tsai, Ben
Ever woncler where that money goes from
those gummi bears? Vfell if you buy 'em
from an Hispanic Clubber during their tradi-
tional sale, it supports the groups activites.
And what are we paying for . . . their dinners
at MexicanfSpanish restaurants, tickets for
Latin movies, museum showings of Latin art
and things in that nature.
Le Cercle Francais is a social organization
which aims to promote French culture by
dining in French restaurants, viewing French
films and art exhibits and other activities
related to France and its culture. A major
goal of the club this year was to raise money
for a scholarship for a deserving senior in the
French department. As you can see, even
people not in the club wish they were!
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MEMBERS: jorh Boatright fPreJia'enli, Mike Wehr fViee-Pref., Seeyl, Toby Urnland lTreaf.1, Rachel Abrarnion, Cuilia Alauon, Aniy Andriilewir, Kevin Arnold, Ann Bailey, Phil
Bailey, Ben Bakkenta, Karen Beale, Gabrielle Brinkman, Andrew Brittney, Claudia Caftro, Riehard Chen, Allyna Chrixtner, Ana Conlin, jenia Corlezzo, Diana Conkle, Anne Cliait,
Surana de la Torre, Sherry Djahangiri, Shania Frantz, David Ferrin, David Gibion, Malarhi Gnitierrez, Erie Gray, Chrix G'arrirk,joe Ghione, Raven Halderfnan, Max Hanavan,
Andrew Hawthorn, Ethan Hall, Lerley Hall, Eva Hui, Mike Kuliga, Ilya Knrherenko, Aifha Krieger, Donna Kim, Soreh Kevorkian, Melinda Kelrey, Serafina Kelly, Kevin Kennedy,
Debby Kim, jenny Laird, Kelina Labo, Krifliina Middleton, Katie MeNenny, Neveen Mo1tafa,jennM'r Marlin, Todd Mork, Marriu Mora, Adrienne Olinitead, john Prather, Meg
Petenon, Sara Prerf, Adam Ridge, Alex Ridge, Caffidy Reynoldi, Ana Paula Rodriguei, Chriftina Rate, Regina Randomh, Elee Rogerx, Hope Singer, Molly Singeen, Hope Singien,
Heather Steveni, Rain Springer, Mike Stephenf, Lui! Soto, Andrea Tung, Rafnyar Tabalahaian, Matt Wong, Kim Wellf, Kevin Wehr, Kaela Vronxky, Robert Wooyord, Ariele Wild-
wind, Elly Wong, Cindy Wan, Matt Wanlin, Anne Wood, Beth Zawadxki. r
The War Resisters Club is a of students devoted to
educating themselves and the on anti-war issues
such as the draft, Central arms race, and several
others. They have sponsored lide shows, films, peti-
tion drives, and participate in rallies protests around the bay
area. They believe that war is a crime against humanity, and are
opposed in principle to all wars and-any war. They believe that
there is always a better solution thanivvar, 'and that grassroots
American nonviolent resistance is the best way to get their
message across. They have modeled, their club on an interna-
tional organization called the Warjiesisters League.
"The War Re.ri.rter.r League is indispensahlefoir the preparation of a fundamental change in
public opinion, a change that, under present-day circumstances, is absolutely necessary if
humanity is to survive." ,r',' 5
-- ALBERT EINSTEINf1953i
MEMBERS: Raehel Taylor IPrer.l, judy jurtui IV-Prerj, jenny
Gould, Tracy Lohman, Meredith Winer, jaron Mearr, Marita'
Marirral, john Falmni, Sherry Djahangiri, Lara MrCormirk, Neva
Keret, Amy Fleixig, Lara Peterr, Linda Wellf, Shannon Arkinr,
Gabriella Rigg, Mike Witwer, Erit Okimato, Alex Ridge, Matt
Wanlin, Stott Thomron, Ian Atkinton, Eric' Chapman, Brenda Santor,
Kenneth Chen, Dan Barge-kit, Faith Boring, Mike Morgan, Mike
Nagel, Mike Alderfon, Meridee Carter, john Bae, Lui: Sato, Faizal
Huuain, Dana Eaton, Tom Benton, Sam Benton, Andy Seltzer, Adam
Kane, Colleen Konig, Ryan Lewir, Kirrten Perry, jamn Tuttle, Diana
Conkle, Andrea Tung, Rarhelle Yaniaraki, Ben Brown, George Choe,
Nathan Perdue, Kelly Wilkenron, Nirole Hall, Erin Floweri, jawn
Fittehen, Kevin Campbell, Mike Parham, Davida Berglund, Sara
Prerr, Chrit Willey, jenny Laird, Matt Harger, Ramyar
Tahatahaian, Shahram YaJ.remi,joanie Alhee, Shawna MtGorty.
The AHS Ski Club is a club designed to satisfy the
desire of those students who love skiing and want a
convenient and fun way to hit the slopes. Club
organizers made sure the trips were nothing but a
chance to get outdoors, to meet new people, and to
have fun with friends. At the beginning of the season,
snow was very scarce but as the rain began to fall,
AHS's skiers couldn't wait to hit the slopes. It was the
club members, and especially the organizers, that
made this year the success that it was and it was those
members that made the AHS Ski Club one of largest,
funnest, and most popular clubs at AHS.
The Auto Club is made up
mainly of Advanced Auto students
who enjoy working under their
cars. The extra time - outside of
class time - allows students to
talk about problems with their cars
and allows some of them to work
on special projects.
MEMBERS, Top: john Falconi, Alan
Markham, Eric Ellerbasch, Matt Vlanlin,
Raul Guiterrez, Kenny Guiterrez, Steve
Vuong. 2nd- Row: Nathan Rodriguez,
Reggie Hightower, Lela Fasciani, Andre
Sicard, David Weiss, Tim Romain, Matt
Bailey, joel Scherzer. Front Row: Andy
Dryer, Ken Blanchard, Alisha Koepke.
The A.H.S. Print Club is composed of
both Print I and II students. During the
school year, the club visits trade shows and
printing plants to further their knowledge of
Fund Raisers for this club include printing
and merchandizing a calendar, and printing
for various clubs and groups on campus.
MEMBERS: Miranda Abrarnr, Malik Anthony, Dawn
Annftrong, Sam Benron, jamn Brarkett, jarnn Carter,
Cyra Carlillo, David Catrnull, Lira Dumeld, Adam
Duran, Mirhael Ellery, Korlene Firher, Patrick Foxter,
Mark Honor, Daniel! Ibbotron, jamer MarDonald, Tam-
my Markham, Danielle McHone, Michael Parrott, Brian
Parrley, Malinda Pittman, john Prather, Roland Revoir,
Ezra Srhnirk, Andre Taylor, Cindi Tipton, john Ulrirh,
Tammy Yokornizouloreph Zeiu.
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this year, anyway.
Fosselius and his ecology
class to change the asphalt faculty
parking lot into a cool, green lawn, complete
with walkways. Sounds like an easy enough
project for an enthusiastic teacher and an
energetic class. But they soon found out what
a bumpy road they chose to take.
The students first observed from the se-
cond story as fellow students traveled across
the asphalt. Phase one was complete when
they created the 'X' design for their green
Phase two: The students borrowed city
jack-hammers and began breaking up the
asphalt, leaving the portion that was to
They then began to
such as ash from
efforts to plant trees
of '79 donated 8950,
which was put in the district fund account,
safe and sound, they thought. Unfortunately,
they were never able to use that money. It
The Ecology Class used the plot of ground
for various activities during the next couple
of years, including a vegetable garden and a
wind-mill experiment. The hope of an ex-
pensive lawn, however, was revived when
the Class of '81 donated 8800, for sod and
topsoil. This was enough to completeione
section, leaving three sections in a 'pot-hole'
and muddy condition.
Little changed until it came to the atten-
tion of the district manager, who in '86
reported this 'hazardous condition' to the
board. In response, the district finally came
through! To Mr. Fosselius' relief, they
donated S1700 of district funds to complete
the job. In addition to finishing the grass,
they also contributed S900 with which to in-
stall a sprinlder system.
, Mr. Fosselius now feels that the students
were paid back ip full when the district com-
pleted the job. Despite it taking years of
hard work and entanglements, we now have
a beautiful place where all of us can' gather
and relax. Thank you, Mr. George Fosselius!
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an end at Albany.
When It Happened, Yearbook Was There!
Albany High School is an oasis in the
middle of a desert," was the W.A.S.C.
committee response when they came to
Albany about five years ago for accreditation
and evaluation. But, the oasis is drying up!
The necessary funds to continue many of the
dasses at Albany fthat makes our school so
specialh are at a desperate low and the finan-
cial situation is not getting better as
Deukmejian has continuously cut fhackedl
the school budget. These cuts come at an in-
opportune time as the state-wide high school
drop-out rate is at an all time high, teenage
drug and crime rate is at an all time high,
and sadly, the teenage suicide rate is at an all
time high, being the second highest killer of
teens in America today.
I At Albany this year, the board of directors
faced with the first time dosute of many
vocational and extracurricular classes. At
press time, the situation seemed hopeless for
the continuation of the auto and wood shop
classes. In spite of a unified presentation
from the faculty for the comprehensive pro-
gram, little hope remained for photography
dasses, printing, mechanical drawing and
Parents and students went to the board to
stress the fact that the students would not be
the only losers. In the long run, the economy
would surely suffer with the decreasing
number of knowledgable individuals in life-
skills, such as auto mechanics and cabinet-
making. In addition, housing values will also
decline because one of the reasons why
homes in Albany are expensive is because of
the high ratings of our schools. Many out-of-
district students may go to their local schools
that offer the vocational classes,
leaving Albany in an even tigher
financial bind. And worse, for the
student who drops out of school
completely, the community can ex-
pect an increase in crime, drugs,
This year was the first year of the propos-
ed drug testing of all athletes. It created
much controversy due to the fact that most
athletes believed it was an infringement of
their constitutional rights. Many athletes
protested at board meetings because they felt
that the administration was singling them
out as drug users, when they are a very small
segment of the student population, and not
representative of the drug users on campus.
Guidelines for the program could not be
worked out, so the proposal was dropped.
Our annual talent show, sponsored by the
junior Class, once again exposed the hidden
talents of AHS students. Sarah Huang and
Simond Sykes lulled the audience with their
song. "KISS" and other bands played for the
enjoyment of all. The AHS short Flags pet-
formed "I Can't Wait" by the Jetts, and the
jazz Band filled in at intermission. It proved
to be an enjoyable evening for all who
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Afrcr looking rhrough back issues ufrhe "Cougar," wc realized rhar we saw rhc same thing every year. Previous yea
rpresunr what guys and girls were. The resulr was a confusing hodgc-podge of srylss and rrcnds all rhrown onto o
you're a girl who gors ro A.H.S. dua.sn'r mum than you all wear rubs skins, and nor vvcry guy has a llar-rop. This
wanrcd ro do something diffurrnr. We randomly ihuse srudunrs from uvcry grade and "srylc" and asked rhcm ro s
mum." We rook rhem all and had a Rrshiun shoor. ln this way wc rried to show what Albany rmlly looks likc. W4-'r
nur a hunfh of ilonv.-s, lmr theres onc poinr on whirh we all sr.-em ro agree: Alhany looks good!
We go to the same
places, we do the same
things, and this year it
seems our clothes show it.
Unisex is in! From styles
to jewelry to brand
names, you can see it
everywhere. Here are
some examples from
- jean jackets
Qi.e. College or Sportsj
- Plaids and Flannels
- Rugby Shirts
- Man-Jizea' sweaters
- Anything black
- Leather jackets
- Ripped jeans
- Hoop earrings
Cmore and more guys are
getting their ears piercedl
- "Chain" necklaces
Brand names are going
unisex, too! People can
get their favorite clothes
in either the guys or the
girls departments in
stores. They'll be in both
Our hair, however, is
as different as ever. Girly,
for the most part, seem to
have their hair cut at a
medium length, and
although the styles differ,
curls and waves
dominate. Some of the
Guy: went wild in the fall
with decorations shaved
into their hair, and many
others "flat-topped" it.
At this rate, we may all
show up at our class reu-
nions wearing the same
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in of Times
1986 ended with much excitement and
surprise, but also confusion and questions
Especially one: EXACTLY WHO is running
this nation of ours? IS it Ronald Reagan, the
president, or someone else? Why is this
question asked? Here's the story. After an
nouncing to the public that WE, the
in any way, shape, or form, CAnd he proved
this with the attack on Quaddafij it appears
that we had done just that. The United
States government was sending arms to Iran
a supposedly "terrorist" country in exchange
for hostages held by Shi'ite Moslems. Then
we sent the money that we made by this
arms deal to fund the Contras in Nicaragua
Excuse me Mr. President but isn't Iran a
terrorist country, as you have mentioned
before? And wasn't there a law passed in
Congress stating that we are not to send
funds to the' Contras? I guess I was wrong to
believe in your word. Oh, thank you for cor-
recting me! As you explained so
diplomatically, we are dealing with
"moderate factions" within a terrorist coun-
try. Now that we got that straight, here are
some more people involved in this scandal:
Lt. Col. Oliver North a NSA staff member
who has taken the fifth, William Casey
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Director of the CIA who suffered a stroke
and retired and Chief of Staff Donald
Regan who has resigned under pressure
The Plot thickens as we add Senate in
vestigatron committees namely the Tower
commission who held President Reagan ac
countable for the sequence of events And
your response Mr President? Could you
remember what you did on August 5
1985? Come on President Reagan get real
This isn t Hollywood'
Meanwhile President Reagan scrambled
to patch up his credibility. In the forty year
history of nationwide polls of presidents
never before has a Presidents popularity
dropped so sharply and so quickly.
Americans were doubtful about the things
Reagan was saying. Was it the truth or a
well covered-up lie? As more facts are reveal-
ed the truth will come out. We shall see . . .
Another subject of growing concem was
the dreaded disease called AIDS Acquired
Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Once con-
tracting this virus the person does not sur-
vive. The major problem involved with
AIDS is not limited to one group race or
sex as it was originally believed This dread
ed disease has no prejudice The fear caused
all to think twice about who they were with
and unfortunately started to make people
look suspiciously at each other The extreme
of this fear was LaRouche s attempt to pass a
patients This bill did not pass To fight this
fear Surgeon General Kopp started a cam
paign to distribute information about AIDS
He also recommended that not counting
abstinence the safest means of prevention
from contracting this insidious disease is the
use of condoms In 1982 there were 144
cases reported in the U S with a death toll of
46 Five years later there are an estimated 3
million cases in the U S with a death toll of
30 000. Currently there are over 10 million
persons with AIDS worldwide according to
a study done by John Hopkins University.
AIDS often is not suspected until 2 years
after exposure. Each person with whom the
victim had intimate contact has also been
exposed. Those people will either contract
the disease or unwittingly become a carrier.
Eventually however Qwithin 8 yearsj the
carrier will also perish. AIDS cannot be
fought with fear. It can only be defeated
with the strong arm of knowledge. So it is
up to us to get rid of this disease or rather
the spread of it.
Not to be forgotten are the other events
that occured this past year. Natural disasters
such as the earthquakes in Mexico and San
Salvador caused major destruction' and the
not so natural disasters such as the accident
at Chernybol nuclear reactor in the Soviet
Union caused all nations to look at the real
dangers of nuclear energy. And also the ferry
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boat accident in the channel between London
and Belgium, where innocent lives were lost.
Despite all the bad events of this past year,
America still had a reason to celebrate.
To start off the year of celebration,
Americans came together at the party of the
year held in honor of one of our great
monuments. After the Lady Liberty received
a much needed facelift and renovation,
millions squeezed into Ellis Island to join in
first hand while billions of others world-wide
watched the spectacular event which lasted
And coming up this summer is the two-
hundredth birthday of our nation's Constitu-
tion, which should prove to be another week
of partying. And while the nation celebrated,
we in the Bay Area celebrated the 50th bir-
thday of both the Golden Gate Bridge and
the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Also
celebrating birthdays are Coca-Cola's 100th
and Sherlock Holmes' 100th, Hollywood
celebrates 100 years in the entertainment in-
dustry and the Peace Corps had it's 50th
Not only did Americans celebrate, but so
did the Royal Family. Queen Elizabeth's se-
cond son, Andrew, married Sara Fergeson,
"Fergie" as she was affectionately called by
the British. Other weddings of the year in-
cluded the Kennedy clan when Carolyn mar-
ried Edwin Schlossberg and Maria Shriver
married movie actor, Arnold Schwarz-
tenager. Congratulations to all and Best
This also was the year for sports. With
corporate sponsors and Dennis Connor, we
took back the Americas Cup from the land
down under. The New York Mets beat out
the Boston Red Sox, and for the football
fans: The New York Giants trampled the
Denver Broncos in Superbowl XXI. What a
year for New York!! Unfortunately for San
Francisco and Bay Area fans, the 49ers did
not have the best year. But despite major
back surgery, joe Montana made a more
than speedy recovery and was back on the
field in 8 weeks!
In the wake of WiUie Nelson's contribu-
tions for our own, "Hands Across America"
was launched. The purpose of "Hands
Across America" was to raise desperately
needed funds for our homeless. Ironically, in
the land of plenty, the number of homeless
increased. Only this time, the homeless con-
sisted of struggling families that were hit by
unfair blows of fate. White and blue collar
workers who lost their jobs, found it im-
possible to pay their mortgages, car
payments and other loans. When their
houses foreclosed and their cars and furniture
repossessed, they suddenly became depen-
dent on city missions. The hardest hit are the
children through no fault of their own.
Because they lack a place to live, they cannot
receive welfare and because they have no
money to get started again, it often leaves
them in an endless circle of red tape. There
was an unprecedent response to this idea,
which was "Hands Across America." This
human chain, which spanned from coast-to-
coast, raised millions of dollars, but due to
expenses of the event, like television com-
mercials, the actual amount of money going
to the homeless was decreased substantially.
However, at least the problem has now been
addressed, and now the hope of the homeless
has been lifted. But for how long?
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VARSITY FOUTBALL: High Spirits
Top: Steve Crosetti 476, jason Sangmastet 475, Dan Anderson 437, Dana Eaton 470,
Matt Wanlin 474, john Prather 473, jaya Guiterrez 423, Mike Clark 479, Steve Bames
458, Scott Thomson 471. Middle: jon Sloan 49, Luis Soto 46, Ross Culverwell 421,
Rich Cline 432, Bobby Medearis 480, Malachi Guiterrez 477, Don Turtle 490, Dan
Shephard 491, joe Ghione 467. Bottom: Eric Rice 44, Mike Parham 48, Miguel Serrano
427, Kenny Guiterrez 426, Raul Velez 413, Mehdi Dalvand 417, Reggie Hightower
463, Dan Reed 424. Missing: jason Handlos 452,josh Freeman 444.
Coaches: K. Bankson, D. Defabio, Head Coach D. McCollum, B. Calegerri, G. Brown,
At the end of the last year, preparations to get this year's football team
together were being made. Through the summer they slaved, working
their way through double days and ending them with hot showers. When
school started, and the games began, our team was definitely in high
spirits. We were able to hang tough through a difficult season,
culminating in a victorious homecoming.
1986 VARSITY SCHEDULE
john Swett 9 f 6 Alameda 1013 Piedmont 10113
Newark 9fl2 Fremont l0fl0 Encinal ll 7
McClymonds 9119 Bishop O Dowd 101 18 St Mary s l1fl5
Dublin 9f26 Salesian lOf24
ALL LEAGUE AWARD RECIPIENTS Matt Wanlin offensive guard defensive
Shephard jon Sloan Scott Thompson and Don Turtle
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tackle: Honorable Mention: Mike Clark, Mike Parham, john Prather, Dan Reed, Dan
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Top: Coach Steve Miller, Matt Brown, Malik Mouton, David Gemett, Dave Chung, joel Shelton, jim Beeth, Mike Nagle, Myong Shin, Shammas Brown, Eric johnson
Coach Paul Borgfeldt. Middle: Louie Brehm, Matt Hatger, Adolf Sabeh,jan D'Lemont, Dave Macchi, Scott Cliatt, jesse Davis, Mike Kostainsek, Mike Alderson. Bottom
Ali Ravan, Mike Piniero, Eric Chapman, Gary Speakman, Rodney Austin, Scott Turtle, Luther Fleming. Missing: Aaron Mickelson, jason Mears, Carlos Protzel.
For the Albany volleyball players, it wasfanother suc-
cessful season. Ar rhe end of the season, both j.V. and
Varsity teams were league Champs, repearing"terri'Hc
performances of earlier years. A .
After a 2243 season the varsity championship series
between Albany and Bishop O'Dowd was-truly a cliff
hanger. Albany won the first two games easily but the
O'Dowd Dragons were no pushovers. They took the
next two games and the series went into its fifth and
final match. Every point was a battlelbuc the Cougars
held on to their narrow lead, winning the game 15-13.
Rhonda Choi, Carolyn Ebert, and Penelope Lackey
made All-League while Mary -Lackey and Martha
McQaw received honorable rnenrion. K
Top: jon Newman, Eye Smalllield, Adreinne Olmstead, Martha MeGaw, Renee Howley, Carolyn Ebert, Debbie Wanlin. Bottom: Miyoko Chu, Ivlary Lackey
Natasha Kucherenko, Penelope Lackey, Michelle Hazlett, Elizabeth Rogers, Rhonda Choi. i ' Z
Mr. and Mrs. Wanlin, a winning team!
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Top: jon Newman, Rain Springer, CorimHangen, julie Kirin, Genevieve Higgins, Phil Wanlin. Middle: Terri M?d8fO,VG8bIiCU6 McCornbc, Shawna Hawley,
jennifer Laird, jennell Provost, Anne Lackey. Bottom: Sarnamha Starr, Kim Erzel, Cheri Robinson, Alexandra Monie, Deborah Yamasaki.
un for Your Life
Top Row: Sydney Hsu, Adam Safir, Steve Kobayashi, Tanir Keret, Maria Delgado', Meg Peterson, Andrea Brunetti, Patrick
Mello, Coach Fred Brill. Middle Row: Jeff Kim, Darri Mohkami, Dan Borgfeldr, Brad Jennings, Raffi Kevorkian, Osama Hajali,
Matt Wong, Reza javandel, john Ulrich, David Mellow. Front Row: Marcus Mullarkey, Aaron Draper, Marcus Mora, Andre
Brunetti, Ramyar Tabatabaian', Farid javandel, Phoebe Emker, Damon Anderson.
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t was another successful season for the AHS
cross-country team. The girls' team, 4-3,
placed fifth in their league. The boys' team,
5-2, fourth in their league. At the beginning
of the season, the team went to Frogtown in
Calaveras County. Medals and one trophy
were brought back by the team which placed
second overall. Towards the end of the
season, the team went to the League Meet.
The girls' team missed going to the North
Coast Sectionals KNCSJ by one point. The
top three girl runners were Phoebe Emker,
Maria Delgado, and Meg Peterson. The
boys' team placed fourth in the League Meet
and went ro NCS. The top three boy runners
at the league meet were Raffi Kevorkian,
Ramyar Tabatabian, and Brad Jennings.
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is probably the
best way to describe this years Varsity
and -I.V. season. Although the teams did
not walk away with all victories, their
,. team was successful in other ways.
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Russell Kobayashi, Tyler Warren,jeffTanaka, Scott Marham
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"We were awesome and undefeated, what else did you expect from a managed to capture the League Championship for the second year in a
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We must admit, our wrestling team is the best, and always will be!
"The success of Albany High Wrestling this year must be at- GQQD LUCK to ngxt yeal-'S team! G0 for it!!
tributed eam spirit. It was not through individual heroics, but
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Parsley, Dana Eaton, Craig Tamahill. 4th: Benjy Brown, Reza javandel, Bobby Medearis, Jaya
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Once again, Albany High Softball was in great spirits and played well during the season. There was obviously a lot of effort
and practice hours spent on making our team what it was.
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diblez, Natasha Kucherenko, Elly Wong, Elee Rogers, Meg Peterson, Rhonda Choi. Not Pictured: Cynthia Hobbs, jenny Laird, Anjella Vega. Coaches: Loring Barker, Jon
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Top: Susana De la Torre, Terri Madero, Dim Handlos, Kirstin Perry, Krista Handlos, Shawna Howley, Lesly Flynn, Rachel Hitchcock, jan Razi, Anne Whitacre. Bottom:
Rachel Abramson, Nella Cutolo, Anny Lackey, Elizabeth Hopkirk, Claudia Castro, Shanta Frantz, jessica Hill, Carla Abalos. Coaches: Corina P.
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Front Row: Erik Flenoid,
Mike Nagle, Nate Rodriguez,
Sean Yabosaki, Parker Newton,
Rich Cune, josh Freeman.
Back Row: Sergio Naranjo-
Borgfeldr, Mike Alderson,
Mike Parham, Bobby Medearis,
Doug Bailey, Jason Mears, Don
Turtle, Craig Tannahill, jeff
Ross, David Sortino. Not Pic-
tured: Chaz Green.
Front Row: Terry Naylor,
Tyler Wanen, Morio Kajiwara,
jason Tuttle, Adrian Mueller,
Luther Fleming, Paul Rago.
Back Row: Jim Giblin, lan
Atkinson, josh Alpert, Eric
Mapes, Mike Kostanek, Rito
Cockerham, Gary Speakman.
Not Pictured: Ehab Bandar,
Martin Hutchinson, Ben
Kavanagh, Scott Turtle.
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Coach Carl Sumler, Tamika Abdullah, Damon Anderson, Kim Beal, Dan Borgfeldt, Matt Brown, Andre Bnmetti, Richard Chen, Mana Delgado, Aaron Draper, Phoebe Emker, Jaya
Malachi Gutierrez, Osama Hai-Ali, Zania Harris, Farid javanclel, Reza javandel, Raffi Kevorkian, Angie Luna, Reid MacDonald, Dave Mahon, Cheryl Mann, Darosh Mokami,
Mullarkey, John Prather, Sean Prather, Ali Ravan, Dan Reed, Tiffany Ringold, Cheri Robinson, Tasha Simms, Luis Soto, Ramyar Tabatabain, Rachel Taylor, Scott Thomson, Alexander
john Ulrich, Iatisha Ware, Mike Wehr, Edyce White, Mathew Wong.
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The Albany High Track Team had a totally new start this year. Not only did they have a
renovated track, but a fresh face arrived to fill the position of coach. Carl Sumler, a past hurdler for
El Cerrito High, came to add spirit and unity to the team. Freshmen girls had a large impact on the
team this year, making up half of the Varsity Girls' team. Participants of the field events took it
upon themselves to coach themselves because of the shortage of assistant coaches. The team was
placed in a tougher league this year, but none the less, they went into the season with determination
and high hopes.
This year Albany I-Iigh's Tennis proved record was due to the fact that
Team scored rwo"aces" Q7-OD against they had more "faces" on the team.
Presentation, and ended up with a 4-6 Everyone improved a lot and was en-
record Cthe best in 3 yearsj.
This im- thusiastic. All the members seemed to
become more of a team, and pulled
together to make this a great season!
Below: The whole team demonstrating their high spirits
Left: Kelly showing what it takes to win. Right: Melanie, giving it her all, at prac- Front: Eileen Tsai, Shanta Frantz, Kelly Nazareno, Lucy Wun, Lara McCormick,
tice. Above: Concentration is the key to winning, for Andrea. Pantell, Cindy Wun, Sherry Djahangiri. Andrea Tung, Kelly Wilkinson, Erin
Back: WaUy Choy Qcoachb, Josephine Flowers.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Nicole Chu, Presidenrg john Bae, Vice
Presidentg jenny Gould, Secretary
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thropods ofthe Andromeda Galaxy? No, far from it. Kids in the math
cplessesi at A.H.S. face equations like this everyday. From basic pro-
blems to complex proofs of trigonometric properties, the classes not
only teach students numbers, but also show them how to think logical-
ly in order to solve all types of problems.
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attempt ,to present 1 an in-
teresting academic program,
they ,English Department s is
foremost in offering a variety
of ,thought-provoking classes.
In addition to basic grammar
s curriculum includes
Sa rrt ,tire and Humor,
Mythology, Mass 9 Media,
Psychological, rtty L Literature,
Dramatic, Literature, jour-
nalism, Classical Literature
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Albany Highs Social Studies Department encompasses both required classes, like U.S.
History, U.S. Government and World History, and electives, like Medieval History and
Humanities. All of these classes teach us an understanding of how our society developed and
how it conducts itself today in our world. We're lucky that at A.H.S. we have a full year of U.S.
Government which insures that Seniors will be able to participate intelligently in our Govern-
ment. Studying history, even though boring at times, gives direction to students, for it's hard to
know where we are going if we don't know where we've been.
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out on Memorial Field? We all tried so
hard to play football on that frost-
covered grass without slipping. W
Who can forget seeing all our pals
dressed out in their swimming gear?
We all were so embarrassed when we
really had nothing to hide or flaunt
back then anyway!
Last of all, how could P.E, be com-
plete without Mr. Banlcson's famous
monologue about the "sum-
merfwinter of 42f52?" We all must
have it memorized by now! F
To the underclassmen who have yet
to experience all this "FUN," have a
The Many Faces of P.E.
Mechanical Drawing and Print
Print Shop is an excellent class for getting hands-on ex-
perience, using different printing techniques and designs. The
class is responsible for producing things such as The Informer,
programs, and other school related hand-outs.
Mechanical Drawing is a preparatory class designed for
students interested in different fields of design, by learning the
use of drafting equipment and doing practical work in drafting.
Advanced students get a chance to apply these skills on Epson
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The art classes at Albqmy High age great places to let your creative
ideas mn wild. You can to your hearts contentypainr, sciilpt or
use a number of other media to create your masterpiece. From
calligraphy to clay, the variety of maserials they you cangnse is enciless,
l ThelArt Depnialso offefs a largeichoice of classes you can take, in
cluding, basic ancladvancecl art, ceramics, calligraphy and explor
. arc. Wish a goodyimaginafion and aglitrle talent, art be a
citing and enjoyalile class.
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Learning basic skills is important for our future. Computer programming as well as typing will not only help us in college,
but on the job, too. Albany High offers a variety of classes for our beginning and advanced students.
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Global Commumcauons at A H S
The foreign language department went
through a lot of changes this year. Wendy
Ruebman left to live in Europe. Also, the
two advanced classes, 4 8: 5 were combined.
The annual trip to Mexico, put on by Mt.
Cruz, won't take place this year. Instead,
Patricia Moore planned a trip to France.
Albany High is very grateful to have such
generous teachers, who give their time out of
school as well as during the day.
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Photography is a challenging course full of many options for assignments. Students learn to develop their own film, and
produce their own exhiletating pictures. Things such as depth perception, contrasting, and composition are a few of the topics
Wood and Autoshop
Have you ever wanted to build a table or
soup up your car? If so, Albany High has the
classes for you. Auto and Wood are classes that
teach woodworking and car repair. Students in
Woodshop make jewelry boxesi tables, and even
grandfather clocks, in addition to many other
useful objects. Cats are donated to the autoshop
for the students to work on and repair. Both
classes foster creativity and give students
valuable skills that they cantuse for the rest of
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BOARD MEMBERS: From Left to Right, Standing: Robert Nehls, Vice Presidentg Eunah
Kang, Student Representativeg Gerald Bmnetti, President. Sitting: Kay Rabin, Sally Outis, Gayle
Tapscott. Missing: Student Rep., Andrew Hawthorn.
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The Albany Board of Education is an important
part of the School District, deciding the school's
future policies and controlling finances for the
Trying to find ways to help the schools work can
be difficult and because of grave financial dif-
ficulties, the Board of Education may be forced to
cut back some programs throughout the district.
Even with the cuts, A.H.S. will continue to be one
of the best schools in the bay area because of the
great teachers, administrators and, of course, the
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Secretary, Main Office Secretary, Attendance Office Secretary, Counseling Office Secretary, Attendance Office
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Industrial Arts linglish
Wally Choy Charles Clarke
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Charles Clark Wfilliam Savage Ernest Douglas
1952 1953 1952
The 1986-87 Albany High School Yearbook Staff is cot-
dially dedicating this year's edition to the three teachers who
have been at AHS for thirty-five years, Charlie Clark, Bill
Savage and Ernie Douglas.
Charlie Clark reaches US. History, as he has done ex-
clusively for the past five years in room lll, which he
sometimes calls "the blue room," ln his thirty-iive years
teaching here, he has taught eleven different classes in social
studies and English. He taught Adult School for ten years,
coached many different sports for an average of fourteen
years, and has been negotiator and President of the Albany
Teachers' Association for several years. Of the more than
l5,000 students that he has taught since 1952, he finds the
students "to he the mort rcherhing and rewarding part of
leaching at A.H..S'. I don? think ther: ir u high .trhool in the
entire hay area that can mulch the unique chararterirtirr :J
Bill Savage has been ar Albany for thirty-lout years, dur-
ing which time he has taught Consumer Education, Driver's
Education, Mechanical Drawing, Nth grade Social Studies,
Physical Education, Math, and Work ExperiencefVoca-
tional Education. He was the head football and track coach
and a counselor lor many years. In addition to his involve-
menr at the high school, he has made generous contribu-
tions to Albany's community as well. Observing that
disrespect for teachers, general irresponsibility and greater
drug abuse has risen over the years, he still agrees with
Charlie in that, "lhe ftlrderm flu-11tJ4fli'ifJ" are his hivotite part
Ernie Douglas began at Albany the same year as Charlie.
He's always been involved with Albany High's
instrumental-musical activities. His accomplishments in-
clude Orchestra Director, Marching Band Director, Concert
Band Director, and jazz Band Director, He is also the
supervisor of all ofthe school districts music groups. Accor-
ding to Ernie, his students are, "bright and uiell-hehureil,
and many of them .mem to do if lol rljrlamiing fbr the pzture. I
The 1986-87 Yearbook Staff thanks YOU for your
thirty-five years of love and dedication to this school and
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Senior Baby Names
L to R, lst Row: A. Tung, K. Hagan, M. Parham. Znd: D. Conkle, K. Chen, M. BL M.
Clark, L. Wells. Std: T. Vanover, R. Fesperman, J. Ferrin, B. Kuo, S. Thomson. 4th: T.
Simms, K, Amold, F. Boring, R. Woody, M. McFarland, R. Culverwell. Sth: R. Choi,
K. Middleton, E. Blacknell, N. Kucherenko. 6th: E. Rogers, D. Wu, A. Safir, R.
Arendcll, Y. Severin, M. Serrano, A. Brunetti.
lst Row: M. Gutierrez, j. Kim, C. Read, R. Shepherd. 2nd: M. Peterson, j. Falconi,
Mystery Baby. 4th: E. Wong, B. Sterba, A. Koepke, K. Bahmanyar, B. Bakkenta. Sth:
V. Silva, K. Pantell, K. Wilkinson, C. Dravis, J. Shober, A. McSweeney, N. Christian.
7th: K. Hopkins, D. Engle, M. Hazlett.
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