Alisal High School - Trojan Yearbook (Salinas, CA)

 - Class of 1971

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P ' V N- ff N, 1 f ,M A33 ji' If ar, 2. xr. pf NM v 1' P' 2 M 2' ' , b Y, if . Nfl , ' ' ' Q, Q ' A z H M : ' ' 4 F A ' ,.-,A ' -V 54 4 16 .9 'f 7 r -' ' if J 4 V M , -,jx 1 A I fgf, ff, ff wff A V1 - 5, U ,, X213 ' H w , V V V V ? - V fi ig K f 15. V :V - "! " A 73 , V V A V""""M x , V... if V 'f 'QT-,,,g f S f"'f G " fd' ' - -.... K - 1 , M.. ' ' :. wiv A ' ' 'if We ., Qi LIBRA - SEPTEMBER 24 - OCTOBER 23, The sign ofthe statesman or manager. Alert, just, artistic, painstaking, honorable, well- balanced, affectionate, sympathetic. VIRGO - AUGUST Z4 - SEPTEMBER 23, The sign of the craftsman or critic. Exact, methodical, industrious, discrimi ating, intelligent, chaste. LEO - J ULY 24 - AUGUST 23, The sign of the king or president. Proud, generous, trusting, energetic, domineering, authoritative. CANCER -JUNE Z2 -JULY 23, The sign of the prophet or teacher. Tenacious, patient, sensitive, sympathetic, motherly, changeable, easily influenced. J Q Q , , tv x . SW ks. -I 4 ' 'f V::.'12i V V .f 5 yy K . SCORPIO - OCTOBER 24 - NOVEMBER 22, The sign of the governor or inspector. Energetic, independent, passionate, determined, with strong likes and dislikes. GEMINI - MAY 21 - JUNE 21, The sign of the artist or inventor. Restless, versatile, clever, exuberant, expressive. rw' CAPRICORN - DECEMBER Z3 - SAGITTARIUS - NOV- EMBER 23 - DECEMBER 22, The sign of the sage or counselor. Candid, impulsive, restless, impatient, generous, insatiably curious, nature- loving, sport-loving JANUARY 20, The sign of the priest or ambassador, or scientist. Ambitious, persevering, diplomatic, reserved. AQUARIUS -JANUARY 21- FEBRUARY 19, The sign of the truth-seeker or scgntist. Flonest, pro- bing, broadfmin e , amia5'le, lgunirltg. W popuirfca, W'd4 PISCES - FEBRUARY Z0 - MARCH 21, The sign of the poet or interpreter. Gentle, kind, retiring, sensitive unlucky, ofgn gelancholy. in 7 ALRIES - M RCH 22 - APRIL 2086 f TAURUS - APRIL Zl h MAY The sign of. the warrior or pioneeri T 20: The Sign of the builder or Energetic, impulsive, enthusiastic? , producer. Stubborn, steadfast, Xb'5SmVe'emerpr1Smg' bf Q systematic, persevering, kind- . 5 hearted, often musical. f X, 5 1 X . ,Q R' ,.. i ik-E I' V... THIS IS THE SCHOOL - ALISAL HIGH SCHOOL - MASSES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS AND HABITS STRIV ING TO ACHIEVE INDIVIDUALITY AND IIJEDTTITXQQBITT EVUHRXTDPJE ST1 IVTPJCEITIR.AICKDLINHDPJCSCLAL ALISAL TAURUS - BUILDER OR PRODUCER THE PRODUCTIVITY OF TAURUS . . . vqyx-:N V, ,f . - g L X L X Q1 X. S ff xi A gil 6S F, N-Q 1, wwi g 5 "WV 1' vi, Z' . 1 ,gkwywi fmm '1 J A, 4 ' f 1' X uf 5 ,. x 314i 4 Jmww ,ff ,, " ' Z, J i ., 'E ,QM 1 f ,wi w Q 'A ff X 4 'Il -, if ay ig If I 1' i M .WH vm V -awww X T R . f S PKI E K Q ' jk ' Q N. M A 7 Q WM f f j 35' f ' 5 ,gf w s,f 5' f 3 K4 ,Kg y 233415 , If f R Q 7 1' i3w ,wfWM? Wh .fi A ff- yxffn-1, H" 1? 'Q f- 5 Vina A ' it I M mf ,. f WK .W 5 3,7271 ,lg 5 ffl , A. is iv ? ZQmQ an vga eff. ,. i 1 ,, V . 'K V 'W W Q .. Q QS 'S 9 gs, 'fi 1LK-k 2-ff 1 W 'L f X W g rw ,wc if -1-'er ,,,f"' ,f ,1 Q f ES . 3 S ,Q i ,.., . 'G of ' W: """i QM ya- Qsff- ff M : S - - E X id, 3 X .kih 1 Q A k k 'P . Ei? E? Siisii i "1 BY CAPRICORN Wy QQ SAGITTARIUS - SAGE OR COUNSELOR THE GUIDING HAND OF SAGITTARIUS . . . CAPRICORN - PRIEST, AMBASSADOR, OR SCIENTIST K! ,Y THE TOOLS OF THE CRAFT SMAN VIRGO . . . VIRGO - CRAFTSM AN OR CRITIC THE SEARCHING FOR TRUTH AND RIGHT BY AQUARIUS. . . AQUARIUS - TRUTH SEEKER OR SCIENTIST 2 , - 2 5 1 J 4. 4 5 2 f PISCES - INTERPRETER OR POET THE EXPLANATIONS OF PISCES . . . 9 K mm w 4 9 M' .f ' '-"3..,..,- ' - i A ,Q f- f- 3 E, x. "7fff.3, -Q ' sl wr f ga N , gg I J 1 THE GOVERNING OF SCORPIO . SCORPIO - GOVERNOR OR INSPECTOR THESE CHARACTERISTICS AND TRAITS ARE POSSESSED BY EACH MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL - HOW WELL ONE DEVELOPS THEM AND USES THEM DETERMINES WHAT HE IS AND WHAT HE WILL BE. isa V QQ. .i 2 yr V ,V,V 5 Ziff: 2 5 ii S g 5:1 S? R? "Qi- f f. 'lr ORS O1 W A , TS 1 X , wZ,Z:f5'xf ?'kwfEffF,fRm3lilX um , NW W fu lY19"W'QQ J wf'm iwimx- 'Jul EQWQN '1 'r .Q t, f my ,AW W- ' as? "A M ,Nj N 5 , my v m, ' -'Nu P M W, wif. Q W 1 J , -5 , k j. l f' . M 'i f ., , ge ' m ffvgq ' Y m X W1 W - W F .W W, if 'j H W fv M TM vu W W I mf 7 ' 5: wry , Q Jfmvwy "" , Jw sw Wx ,JMW X Q 'Y ,mu my WW ,mfg W. N" ww' vw qfw' 955'-'9fa 1,5111 E , E f fs. J K nw. 'W +1 ' 1 my ' ' 'M ' Un wx Www - , V1 4 , 'Q Y if? 2" M V E i E 5 1 2 MR ESCOBAR TROJAN 71 DEDICATIO RECIPIE T Mr. Eddie Escobar was the recipient of this year's Trojan '71 dedication. The Trojan '71 staff is proud to dedicate this volume to a man of unbounded goodwill. Mr. Escobar has earned the dedication of this book over the past years by donating vast quantities of time to any segment of school life that can be named. Mr. Escobar is little seen and rarely receives the thanks that he truly deserves. Technically, Mr. Escobar is the head groundsman. But what is he doing working at the Jamboree? What is he doing at all of the football and basketball games? Why is he the one people go to when confronted with a clutch situation? Why is he the one who always comes through when there is a need? Because Mr. Escobar is interested in Alisal High School, the students, and everything related to our school. That is why the Trojan '71 is trying to thank Mr. Escobar now, because we feel he has been neglected too long. So now we wish to focus our attention on you Mr. Escobar, to give you some of the recognition you deserve. Thank you very much, Mr. Escobar. Mr Escobar cleaning up aftc r UfIll7ll"lQ one of his many talents Remember-all work and no play makes Eddie a dull boy. ' gig? f Tk Y? if ' fy fm j A ...X JR 2 QSX XS. Q NS E , V Widlwi' k ,ig 3 j , k 'Y Rim .ww D1 M, , M z , 'af ' ,MQW f 'wig ' 17 WO' livam Captain Run Clioatr. BOTTOM: B, Uemura, F. Ferris B. Palma, P. Blanco, K. Yonemitsu, B. Knight, B. Candilnro C Lee X Pardo I. Ba1ont.Center: R. Harbor, C. Buntin, M. Pusley, G. Mi1llindt1,j. Bandy, j. Atkins, j. qhoemakcr D Tonub ALISAL GRIDSTER GI E yards, Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal SCOREBOARD 28 Carmel 0 Seaside 30 Apws 14 Soquel 8 Salinas 14 North High 34 Santa Cruz 34 Harbor I6 Monterey Below Right: Greg Smith romps around right 1-nd to pink up OH 1 as S , or fee.. at . . Y! SU A 3 . sign s Lear, M. Askew, G. Valem, ff. Simpson, R. Pearcy. Top: T. Easton, J. Marsala, S. Jaurique, R. Choate, T. Smith, P Mazzuca, G. Stefani, -I. Savage, T. Easton, D. Doris, P. lfavero, E. Patterson, L. Scott, B. Dew, B. Knight. OPPONENTS TOUGH COMPETITIO The 1970 Jamboree was a memorable one, as Alisal High's varsity football team won the Jamboree Football Trophy for the first time in the history of Alisal High School. Coaches Chuck Filice, Bob Enea, and Milt Pickford's team finished the night with 18 points. This year the defense was nicknamed the "Green Chain" while the offense was dubbed the "Green Machine". Following their tie with Carmel, Where Ron Choate led the "Green Machine" running attack with 242 yards gained, they then defeated Aptos High with the score of 34-14. The varsity finished the 1970 Monterey Bay League football season with a 4-4-2 record. Against North High the HGrcen Chain" held the Vikings scoreless as the Trojan's offense battled North High to a 14-0 score in the final quarter. Outstanding throughout the season have been backs Ron Choate, Pete Mazzuca, Tom Smith, Leon Scott, and quarterback Bob Palma. Linemen were Alex Pardo, Pete Favero, Bill Knight, Curt Butin, Kenzo Yonemitsu, David Tonus, Mike Pusley, David Doris, and linebacker Steve jaurique. Bottom right: Running back Ron Choate takes ball around left end for a first down. Team Captain, Steve jauriquc i 1 2 h Top lrftz Ron Choatc is hrought down hy two Montc-rcy dvfs-ricivrs. Top Right: 'liom Smith gm-5 ovvr lvft tackll' for first down. Nfiddlc' Lt-ft: Pctl- Fan-ro catrhcs Ii Boh Palma pass. Nliddlvz Putt- Nlazzuca is tripped hy 21 ivllbIlTQ'I'L'yfil'fi'I1dt'l'. Bottom Middlt-: A fim- block hy 'liom Smith gin-S Ron Choatv running room. Bottom: Jeff lmar takvs a punt for good yarclagv. 4 1 f M2 1 7 ,--1.1.1 t fy, A ,,,,, tw? Top Left: Tom Smith off left taekle. Top Middle: Ron Choate is trapped behind the line. Top Right: Run Choate is hit hard hy a lhlonterey Tureador. Middle: Greg Smith nails a North Salinas runner. Bottom Left: A great pursuit by Pete Mazzuea. Middle Right: Pete lfavem makes auotlier great eateh. Bottom Right: Leon Scott goes around left end fur long yardagz Bottom row: Managers A. Perez and R. Williams, L. Powers, N. lsla, Hollis, R. Carillo, Wiener, and S. Marjuez. Middle row: Coach Gary Mortensen, G. Blanco, A. Mazzuca, N. Cadrilll, M. Banda, D. Layus, D. Ocampo, V. Cortez, Madriaga, C. Morales, lf. Ramii.,,, G. Stevens, and Coach -Iohn Romero. Top row: E SCOREBOARD Alisal 26 Watsonville 0 Alisal 40 North Salinas Alisal 0 Salinas Alisal 14 Monterey Alisal 6 Watsonville Alisal 25 North Salinas Alisal 6 Salinas Alisal O Monterey Top left: Jamboree team Captain, Albert Mazzuea Bottom left: Running back, Napoleon Isla catches a Mazzuca pass. Anzuldua, K. Ginn, M. Houser, D. Neligh, P. Morish, J. Sandoval, E. Anzuldua, M. Madriaga. A. Delsa Torre, R. Rojas, L. Camany, jacobo, and M. Cushman. ALISAL TROYER HAVE OUTSTA DI G SEASCN This year the Alisal Troyers, coached by Gary Mortensen and John Romero, started the season With three Wins, one tie, and no losses. Not only were there no losses, but the lightweight defense squad didn't let a point go by them. But as things turned out, with the second half of their season left, the Troyers could only scrape up one win out of four games they played, leaving them with a 4-3-l record. This year's 'liroyer signal caller was senior Albert Mazzuca, who did a fine job for the lightweights. His offense was sparked by the fine running of full-back Mike Banda and the fine blocking of Max I-louser. The defensive squad which was one of the best this year was in the hands of ends, Mike Madriaga and Mike Cushman, tackles, Bob Perez and John Jocobog guards, Soupy Marquez and Adrian De La Torreg linebackers, Robert Rojas and Lex Camanyg halfback, Gabrial Blancog and safety, Jeff Hollis Top Right: Jamboree team captain, Robert Rojas. lyliddlez Great blocking by Mike Banda gives Napoleon lsla running room. Bottom Right: Coach Romero and Coach Mortensen study the game from the sideline. img ff OK X fi! 1 I ,, W ,,,.h i,,,,, ,, , I , .T wig 33 F fiii V M- iw A ,.., , f L, W f f g, 4 ' W A ,Ig ' 3 ff. ,iff Aff? W f ffijff ,,, f '22 ,, 7 my 4 4. , 5 4 ' 4. Af 1 W -1 1 .. I ' Top lt-fr: QB :Xlhvrt N1azZun'2isr-tsllpfnrmwnf his long bombs. Top right: vVifilL1l't'Z'lIPUfSl1if,S2liiIlLlSiJ2iCi'iSfiIltiiiffli' running room. Middle CQ'lIU'I' and Iniclcih- right: fin-at blocking svt up many a Troycr SCOFP. , V , , , , , m - L L I LIZL LILI .. k L, Bottom lr-tt: Y nice- Q nrtvz did a Q1l'l'llfCil'2iiOfklCkl!lQlIlfl'lCJ2il'Tlb0l'C'f'. f gi. ti- - ' i -f . - -' V. 1 V- -- V- V- , ' V- ' -A m'm' L Bnttorn .-X. gr: at tie fs Ilblkt Dldyfiltfi mu. hy .in .Xhml hfmytbr. K 1 ,HA Bottom B: Salinas tvlt tht- hard hitting ch-tvrisv trnm .-Xhsal High. K i :ini .1 - i s - W t Q -- Buttom right: Vinci- fort:-Z doing his thing. if ki K ' i i n ' i ' A 1 X. . 1 . Q -I KW in is V 1 if . .., At. .N.. - fi , -.,1,- X i . ., k- - 2. QE. w s --x- s- 2' . X t. iw., fx W J . K k . h. t t A X H. M , . iim 24 it A ,xt .X Q sgss - - Ex ww g it . Top Lett- Fine blocking enables Mazzuca to throw sure passes. A n Left Middle - A great catch by Eddie Ramirez puts Alisal in scoring position. Top Center - A great block from Mike Banda gives Napoleon Isla lots of room to romp. Center A1Mazzuea sets up a screen pass. Top Right Center - Fine blocking by the line. Bottom Right Center - Coach Gary Mcxrtensen. Bottom Left - With big holes, running backs had it made. j.v. GRID TERS COMPILE EXPERIENCE EoR NEXT YEAR The Junior Varsity Football team did not have an impressive season this year, but showed promise for future games. The Junior Varsity, who lost nearly all their players from last year, were plagued with a lack of experience, but performed exceptionally well in each encounter. The offense was led by Freshman quarterback Danny Ross, who did a fine job this year. Ross was backed by hard running backs, Clint Sindel, Paul Speers, Dave Dew, Roy Rede, and Steve Crawford. The players responsible for blocking and opening holes for the backs were Ted Qualls, Mark Thornton, Mark Hoskins, Lynn Miller, Rick Lazzerini, Carl Jarschke, Rex Boesch, and Kenny Wynne. Defensive players that were cited for their impressive playing were Gilbert Campos, Gil Pestone, Clint Sindel, Joe Rodriguez, Mark Thornton, Mark Hoskins, and Bill Diaz. Defensive backs were Steve Crain, Bill Smith, Art Barrientos, and Roy Rede. Alisal :Xlisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Row lg A Buckner, Rodr1gut7 Jarschke, K. Yonemitsu, G. Romero D Dew, R. Rede. Row Z5 E. MCN ay Mgr Coach Napoli, F. Cortez, P Sheer M Hoskins, R. Ritchie, Morrison A Barrientos. Row 3, G. Campos 'VI Thornton, Cerna, F, Flores C Sindel M. Wynne. Carmel Seaside Aptos Soquel Salinas North Salinas Santa Cruz Harbor Nlonterey Wats0nw'ille Row lg l.. Morrish, E. Garcia, C. Nfartin, K. Andrus, Nl. Steves, P. Richardson, P. Tabera. Row Z, M. Carter, R. Ingram, KI. Shmidt, T. Smith, R. Gomez, P. lylorrison, and R. Kraft. Row 33 A. Romig, E. Mendoza, M. jefferson, A. Salinas, l,. Brewer, lW. Ramirez and R. Rodriguez. Row l' R. Bolts D 'llate R Boesh P S eers E. Seals. Row Z: R. Lazzerini, l, Garcia, B, Diez, T. Qualls, B. Silva, D. Smith, Coach Ruiso. Row 3: Valdez, D. Brown, D. Ross, R. Smith, S. Crain, R. McRea. RESERVES CAPTURE THIRD ITH - RECORD The Lightweight Reserve football team had a winning season in 1970, compiling a woneloss record of 53. Team members cited for their fine performances throughtout the year included Rich Bradley, sophomore, Mark Domengo, freshman, Robert Ceralcle, freshman, and quarterback Lewis Brewer. Not to be overlooked was the fine blocking of offensive linemen Steve lrathen, sophomore, Nicky Busane, sophomore, and lVlike Chena, junior. Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal 8 Vvatsonville 6 20 North Salinas 8 14 Monterey 34 8 Salinas Z0 26 Wlatsonville 6 24 North Salinas IZ 8 Salinas 6 I4 Monterey 24 Row l: S. Ageon, E. Camocho, R. Ceraltle, Benitez, Xl. Domingo, S. Garcia, M. Chena. Row 2: R. Rodriguez, C. Sawyer, S. Lathum, M. Bernal, N. Busane, Garcia, Coaches Favero and Deaver. Row 3: H. Powers, C. Long, R. Anflrodei, R. Beasly, R. Brannon, Jocobo, and R, Bradley. Front Row: R. Gutierrez, R. Grice, R. Valdez, W. Pura, R. Gonzales, S. Morasca. Back Row: Coach Gilbert, D. Thompson, R. Buen, D. Rowe, B. Aledi, S. Acierto, C. Williams, D. Groves, D. Martinez. ALI AL "D" CAGERS it CAPTURE SECCND PLACE tt 3 15: iii This year the D's confronted only three teams four times. The D's started off the 1970 season with a great victory over North Salinas with the score 44-16. At the end of the season the D's had S a fine record of 9 wins and 3 losses and placed number two in Monterey Bay League play. The D's starting line-up was comprised of Danny Martiriez, team captain Doug Thompson, Rudy Gonzales, Richard Gutierrez, and Willie Pura. S 2 Top Right: Richard Gutierrez goes up for an easy two points. Bottom Left: VVillie Pura shoots two free shots. Bottom Right: Rudy Buen shoots over the head of a Salinas defender. E t From Left to Right: Coaeh Gilbert. B. Peryra, K. Herman. E. Hernandez, E. Romo. F. De l,a Torre. Aleoeer, l". Ushorn, l. Kawahira. and Harmon. "C" HGOP TERS REPEAT AS M.B.L. POWERHOUSE This year the C's also confronted only three teams four times. The C hoopsters started off the 1970 season, like the D's, taking a Win over North Salinas with a score of 36-19. At the end of the season the C's had a 9-3 won-loss record and took second place in Monterm-y Bay League play. The Cys starting line-up for the year was Eddie Hernandez, captain, Freddie Osborn, eo-captain, Javier Alcoeer, Fransico De La Torre, and Gene Romo. Top Left: Fine efforts were made hy lfraneiseo De l,a Torre to keep :Xlisal in tht- lead. Bottom Left: Alisal defense holds the Salinas offense to limited points. Bottom Right: Over the head of a Salinaa defender is Ben Pt-reyna. Top Two: Glenn Ryburn and Manuel Castro. Center Two: David Stein and Chrisjenson. Bottom: Gary Vietorine. ALI AL LE THER ITH CITY CHAMP ln his first year of coaching the Alisal Cross Country team, Coach Allen led his squads to a fine and respectable season. Both Varsity and Frosh-Soph teams had a slow start but peaked during mid-season. To the Cross Country team, the City Championship is like the Routers' Trophy to the student body. This year marked the fifth consecutive year Alisal has taken the City Championship. The rough and hilly 2.5 mile route on the Jensen Ranch was the site of the big meet. On the wet and mud-slicked course, outstanding performances were achieved in both divisions. For varsity they were Glen Ryburn, Juan Castro, Gary Victorine, and David Stein. For Frosh-Soph. they were Frank Cagle, Chris Jensen, Elliott Lloyd, Erie Stein and Ramon Mendoza. Top Left: Cross Country runners give it everything tht-y've got. Top Center: Clary Vietorine paces long jog. Bottom Center: Manuel Castro runs a steady pace at Cross Country meet. Bottom Left: Vllarm-up excercise is very important to a Cross Country f'Unrlf'l'. ... x.... 4. . .. .. new kgs N, Bottom Row: E, Ramirez, D. .Irvin-5, K. Hursh, ff. Sn-in, R. R1-yes, and R. XI:'r1d0za.Top Row: F. Birrara. C. -ICHSOII, U.Siz1haba, ff. Lloyd, Czntrrm I Rngi F Cagle. D. Stain, Coach .-Xmly:XIlz-11, 'vw LUN GS RE-CROWN ED URELS Bottom Right: Gln-n Rylvurn finishrs 3rd in "City MQ-4-rf' 1 Center Two: Eric' Stein aml Ruln-rt Rely:-s. 1 BUITUIH Two: Don Sialnaha and Frank Caglr. ALISAL POSTS DOUBLE JAMBOREE VICTORY Ir has hm-eoine a tradition at .-Xlisal High for the Trojans to win the Rooters Trophy. Un September ll we won it for tha- fifth eortseeutive year. Under the leadership of our elim-erleaclers and songleaclers, we elim-ered and rooted on the road to victory. Adding to our spectacular white and green section were spt-cial effects sueh as the clc-but of "The Trojan Karf' rollouts featuring Fat Albert and ,lov Namath, and Colored balloons. ln aclclition to our display of spirit and enthusiasm, the- Alisal Hfireen Nlacliine Uffensel' and the "firm-it Chain Uefensel' performed with so much strength and teamwork that tht- other two teams could not compare with them. In tim-fcating North Salinas and Salinas High, the Trojans kicked off the start of a promising season by winning the 1970 Varsity Football Trophy. 'liop ls-fr: Varsity cheerleader .Xln-ne 'lionus with tht- vivtory cheer. Nliilnlle right: Our rooting sc-rtion at work. Bottom right: Get off my hack anal let's get that trophyl Bottom left: VVe're the Trojans and lim-rn-'s our nznne. li Ex si my if A iff Q. f f? 1 i Q ' Q ' ' f X 3. Si W ' S' , N . I A A i Q K , fx! ...zgh , N Q if 2 , h izz , i i t 1 is A -rxq i iiii ii if 'za' , L - . - X i in '- :hifi , i Q- ,k,2 X V M41 Q! 5 i ' A' AA ' ..."- . 7 .':: . A-ig B 5 -1' 1 .. xi X. 7 - A :lv -Q u 5 K fi 'f ' Top Ce-orvr: :X chmhli- vivtorx - il x ictorious foothall ti-:im :mil xi vivtoriouf rooting srvtlon. lop Righr: Ihm- sliakvrodb and white- shirta work for xi unifii-il 1-ffm-ut. Hicldlx- Right: :X hzml working tn-uni n-w-llingg in thi-ir own 1-xiriivd glory, Bottom Right: i"rzir1vmlvzicliiig rln- rin-vriiig svction. Lowvr IA-fr: fziptuim Sft'Yl',lillIViK1ll4' and Ron fhozm' zifvm-pt thvir 1-arrival trophy. Lowm-r Right: 'lihr xxirsitv foothznll captains :won-pt rooggrzitulations. 1970 H OM FCOM! NG QL' ICIQN Miss Debbie- Iflam L ff ,f 14 MISS DEBBIE ELAM REIGNS AS 19 o HoMECoM1 G QUEE Qn November l3, the Alisal Trojans made their way to the Salinas High School stadium for a very special event of the football season. It was especially exciting for the three class princesses and the five Senior girls who were vying for the Homecoming queen crown. Debbie Andrews, Debbie Anderson, Kathy Conley, Debbie lflam, and Kathy Souza were nominated by the varsity football team and voted for by the student body. During halftime, everyone anxiously awaited the announcement of the winner. It was finally revealed that Debbie lflam was the new Homecoming Queen. She received the traditional roses and trophy and was crowned by the V169 Homecoming Queen, Miss Debbie Collins. Miss Elam and her court, which included class princesses ,lody Kirby, Freshman, Sammora Moyers, Sophomore, and .ludy Alexander, Junior, had a very exciting year. l,eft: Top to Bottom: Debbie Anderson and lier escort Ray Luna, Debbie Andrews and her escort Randy Crocig Queen Debbie lflain and her escort lirad Campbell, Kathy Conley and her escort Ken fiardnerg Kathy Souza and her escort jim Moree. Center: Top to liottoing Freshman princess -lody Kirby and Mike Stidolpli, Sophomore princess Sainmora Moyers and Kirt Andrus: ilunior princess udy Alexander and Mark Hadden. 'liop Right: V969 llomeconiing Queen Miss Debbie Collins performs traditional crowning of the Queen. Lower Right: Left to Right: Class princessesklody Kirby,Sammora Moyers, kludy Alexander and their escorts, and queen candidates Debbie Anderson, Debbie Andrews. Kathy flonley, Queen Debbie lflain, Kathy Souza and their escorts. me ,,,, . . Z "L" :l"i': i' iff 'iff' H f7l.,Qfff'w fi " Z T, Y ww f pf.. ,g,r4f: 'f'-" lilyf1w2,gI'?f?Q6?Lw ' ff ' ,," 3 ' yf 5 . - L ' , I " fi fe' 5 A, ,V ,,,G M 15gvfi.,,gZ,eX,i:.i!izV,,jiL !VV,k A V ,, 7 , ,, .H . Z f Z . g reee A l S2 f . m A gf W 'kf' ff,-f 171449 ff e . fk.,. "e,,2, ii it ' W' g,,, . M President Richard Gutierrez CLASS OF '74 Vice-President Javier Alcocer Secretary Treasurer Maw Domalaog The freshman class of '74 took Alisal High by storm with enthusiastic school spirit. Aided by President Rich Gutierrez, Vice- President Javier Alcocer, and Secretary-Treasurer May Domalaog, and with back up support from their advisors, Miss DiVall, Mr. Romero, and Mr. Favero, they held a cleansing December car wash. Another high-spirited event was a playful playnight in the spring. Something to spice up the year, a candied apple sale, was added to the list of activities. All in all the freshmen had a year filled with school spirit. Freshmen try their hardest. 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W If f V T ,,,, n "That will be a dollar and a half, please." "Pass the salt, please." , - sssss-X, WWW if E I , Q: .L K 5 s 5 Freshmen are entertained by little people. FRESHME Freshmen were involved in many activities this year. Ainung them were their earwash and toniatm-s, pie, and peanut pushing Contest. 'lihe l'il'K'SllITl3Yl Class has many memories of possihly their best. at least thier first, year in high school. Santa takes time to pose with freshmen. sn, k,,LxK :W SOPHOMORE CLASS Under the leadership of Sophomore Class president Kirt Andrus, vice-president Sammora Moyers, and secretary-treasurer Mary Cowan, the class of 73 proved to the upperclassmen that they were not going to he ignored. They hosted many exciting activities which included organizing their own playnight and sponsoring Twirp VVeek. The Sophomores and their advisor, Miss Blauert and Mr. Collins, showed promise of making next year an even more exciting one. ,E ,,.. . 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Jin ,Kb N , , i ,YM , - '51 ' ,t i - '34 f """4,,A",f', -f f f i ' sf - W1 ' 1-9' 'ff' f'yQfnY" 'tif 4 , . 4 ..- if-1' 4 In ,Aff 4, f A w, II, .3 W,.vf!,,A Mlm , 4 f -Q, K id' W if 4, A 1, Y s ' 1 at f ww - : ,Mgfm , jf ,yin I 1 f,gi j ,Q ' ' v ', ' w . V f 1' .M lf' , 'J A 'Nw .Q 4 , Q, , .. I 4 1919" ,e iv , rf' 4 -Q ,f an MQ, , - , ' wa, J , if V , ,, ,.LL , , A 1 Ma. , th ,i M. .. 'P , , ' ' , Y ,,,, J, -,,, 1, Wg, ,E If H my W' 1 iz, ,Y it f"' , n , . 7 , ' ' ' 2, f VVVV Q 5 ' , I M 54 fr:,f,,f4Hw M" W I ,f Middle: Nlcdif-y relay team from lt-fr to right, Donna Stocktoii. Szirnrnorzi Nloyt-rs, ' ' I Vicki Stcvlv, and Marsha Smvktori. J W Btittum Imft: Frevstylf' relay tvam from lvft to right: Mary .-Xmi Martin, Kart-ri M , ..,,. Q, . Aiidrus, fvammtira Nfriycrs, and Y lfkl Strcflr. , "' I 7' .- ,,:'. ,V .. , r V- ' I ,," , ,',', fi , ,. . - .3 :Q ' 2 Bottom Right: Nfari' .-Xmi Nfartin. 1 , ,,.' , ,K g ,,,, ',,- if . ,, 1.,,g f My ' wg? Y , I If , , ',',- V ,,wii.,,,mfW,,ig,eQf,Q , , 'fm f,'.' , ' ' g L- ,,,, 'iiy Q MERMETTES DEMONSTRATE SPEED A D E DURANCE J . Q i , fl - i QQXQ. ' ts X' .R 'vw ,,,,,, , Y 2 WW, Y? or A,,,4.,,,,,,W h,,, W WW WP' MW , egg f' , , of Coach Connic- Barton with tht- hm-lp of hvr nvw assistant David Bolvs didnlt swm to got any hrr-aks this yn-ar as they lost to all of thvir compc-ting tvams. Both t'oaa'lic's aggrcc that thvy havc' a promising young tvam for next yvar. Donna and Marsha Stockton wx-rv a dc-adly duo in thv diving Competition. Sophomore- Sam Xloym-rs hrokv tht' 25 yard haclcstroks- with a time' of l7.8 wliivh is .4 faster than tht- old scorc-. Coach Barton laudvd Jeri lfppt-rson lhrvaststrolcvj, Nlary .-Xnn Nlartin lfrx-vstylvl, Donna Stotkton lfrvm-stylt-, huttc-rfly, and divingj, and Sam Moyvrs lhavkstrolu-J, for thvir fantastic' sf-ason. She also n'omrn4-ndcd seniors: Lydia Ram:-riz, Roxannc Horvath, and Vicki Str-1-lt-. Top L4-fr: liydia Rarnn-riz. Middlt-: Vifki Strvln- gvts ready for soma- ri-al conipvtition, Bottom la-fr: Vs-lviv Richardson. Bt-low: 'lilic sistcr ti-ani of Nlarsha Stofkton ln-iitt-rl and Donna Stockton lahovm-l hav? had a gn-at srason. 4,,.. ' . W . . ,i.. J i Front: Karen Briggs, Mary Gerhic. Back Row Left to Riglng Lee Ulian, .-Xdena Statzer, Debbie Shirrel Btckx Smith SUYHIIIIK Briggs Kathv SUUIQ Dxlvble Climher. May Dornalog. l,a Yonne Sarnia-nto. Philomena Parise, Glenda l'l'oodrow, Coach Camany. TROJA ETTE TENNIS TEAM HAS FAIR SEASON This year the Trojanette tennis team had a fine record of 5 wins and 2 losses. For the past four years, Dehhie Shirrel and Kathy Souza have taken first place in the doubles division. In the singles division fine performance was shown hy Glenda Vvloodrow. Some of their wins included Gilroy, North High, and Salinas, with losses to Santa Catalina and Carmel. Next year there will be nine returning varsity players. Top: Coach Camany Left: Philornena Parise 5 S - si E i i 2 E im 3 2 S . 4 ? . 3 v , 'Qs Saga init ii E i s s 5 S M... i MMWN NM if . ..A.., Q W vt E E 1 ,, , ' 'Q ' ,, ,,,, a it Top IA-fr: Kathy Souza. 'limp Right: Debbit- Shirrvl. Middle Left: .-Xdvna Statzvr. Nliddlc Right: Lew Cicilian. Bottom Left: Lev Gillian. Buttom Right: filcmla Wvoodrow. 5 3 ii 5 4 ii , A ...A a 'wa ,,,i Q W-,,,,1..yW ffff----" mmf ,,,,. WJ, ,,,N ,A if i I , llf ,,,, M , " i W 1 59 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Superintendent Mr. Robert Binns Mr. john Flannery, Mr. Daniel Krishun, Mr. Marvin Wagner, Mr. George von Soostcn, Mr. Robert Thomas. M?s2:3" ADMINISTRATION Mr. Mila-s Rodick Mr. William Kearney Assistant Principal ll. Principal Miss Minnie Drewt-s Mr. Vaughn Tuttle- Assistant Principal II. Assistant Principal l Fzfi nfnllim S N2 3 NiTN!m 1 : ,Qwwk 12? Na COUNSELCRS Xlr, Kunlmll URSE Miss Brown mm, ,ww I5 ' 'CW ff' CTZCY DIRECTOR OF ACT IV ITIES NIL Pmllwrx 'E- Q THROUGH CLERICAL TRAINING STUDENTS UTILIZE BUSINESS SKILLS DRIVER EDUCATION LEARNING BY DOING GLI H DEP RTME T OFFER - Q -x iii . . . . . . . . . fu.. ff... . fiiiyi Q-.A..gs..f :Iskra Q ...sa 4 P ,Sup f-...rv 5. . .,,,-jf. .K Q- .U w S k . Q S X ...... - X 1 .fm K ff' Qfil? S - -vis me ,. ' - ' M'Kf.w'Ei lii . fx. Q 4 f Q .. , '. Q mf X SX X S , ' . W ., Mr Rowland Mr. Lidard Q-aagzigggi -x -,:g.,,.,.Qff. Q x Q A 2 ARIETY OF ELECTIVES Mr. VValden Mr. Sevcrson Mr. Hodgins Mr. Angelo Mrs. Cwburn Mr. Grimes Mr. VVilliams Mr. Deaver Mrs. johnson Mrs. Hainds FINE ARTS PROMOTES NEW IDEAS IN DRAMA, ART, AND MUSIC MY- HUTSIFY Mrs, Ui Girulamo NIL Mullins STUDENTS GAIN CULTURAL INSIGHTS OF OTHER COUNTRIES THROUGH LANGUAGE Miss Klaus-rt Nliss Kruwm-I M r. N1 CC Iraw COOKING AND SEWING: TWO OF MANY HOUSEHOLD TASKS TAL'GHT IN HOMEMAKING Mrs. Vialvs n A - A ' 5 INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION PREPARES STUDENTS FOR OUR INDUSTRIAL WORLD N 5 . G , . Mr. Malech I-Iaddan ..,, .V M .f ,R 5 I .iiziitifim fiif1"iif'i ., 1 i, I is 4 I V MATHEMATICAL SKILLS APPLIED TO EVERYDAY LIVING Mr. Clark Mr. L. Ml'I13l1g1IlIIIl Y.- an ' Q 'igwffgfr ' ,,,:- ' 3 J A W Ag 1 7 ', 4' 4 , 1 Q :HA ,. f I ff , WORLD HISTORY OFFERS STUDENTS A IEW OF THE PAST Mr. Napoli Mr I on man NMR N , wmwnnungg U ET 3 ---y.....,,, X X fgx A N 'MF 'IQ WL ws 1 i H l , ,Ev 'WEN 'Q sa ? 9 V, 2 5 www wr Wm "K 5 ei ffl f Z J 1 S L . 2,1 P, ...av-""""' AT OUR SCIE TIFIC LOOK WORLD THROUGH M r. H ayvs ,Wy R 4 , f 1 I rrff Q fx, sf R 4,4 f ' A , fy Q7 3 5 2 , , z 1 .1 ?z ' I ' fy' Alf ' Q ,,.. Wx, : Mr. Paben SCIENCE E WW' Nlr. Nlvninga Nlr. Hvtrifk PORTSMANSHIP AS WELL AS KILL TA GHT I P.E. DEPARTMENTS Mr. Nlurtn-me-11 Mr. .-Xllcn Mr. Filirc' 5 'SZ N"-:NI , W Q i A A 4 5 1 I L5 I-'K ,, V 5,5 , ,W W, Mr. Finca Mr. Pickford L SS .Q Mrs. Barton 'V il .1175 Mrs. I.:-wie Miss Djyall Miss Linh. LIBRARY STAFF TEAM TOGETHER TO HELP S UDE 'P' W Mrs. H2i1Il'f,'Ix1'XIl1L!lIk Supa-rvlwr IA-fr: Nlrs. XYTISUII, H1-nd Librarian Mrs. Fcrrcria Mrs. MvNc1-ly ,Y'Ysw ga. ,AW ,,.,f-N u Tw ' V 5 : Z , ff' . - , f .... - f 5 3 ' .Si HSS ' X X K - f 5, LA .ww H ,Q L. , Q. K . W :fi- . ' Q -. vw- '- . , . ,-..W-,.,- ,,L,.. X ALL,W,b.k if -Z LL.. i . . W L, -M---WV , Q,w1zAf. ,Q-., K . A v-pk -WGN-M . - 7 wwf-.w:fi1iL ks-1-f --: MT " ' K ie, Q, N, Qxwbiiixy -Ap , gg A .N:Qqf,gNQs1s1.X N.. . 111321 . s ' --'- -- . wx iqsfix ffm . M -4-1wg:fsiwf:..- ' xr ' P Q X X1i . XL . : M X- R wi , W. 1. f :.. ,: t kmag.. .. Q.,-www -11. ""' , ., f Q5 7 ggi.- A ,X K, fx R, V, ? ! B ,rriirwl . A " 9 1 ., . 4.- , , ' QMJVJM ,M M3461 L 1 221 'A "--.. 74 ar W 'R-If AN Miss Xlorgan ' W wr Y vwggg W K . f SK'L'I'K'I2lfY to Miss Dram vs NIH. Q zilvul ,Xttvxnlznrmrc Uffin' XII Mrs. lxxr ln Vlltlllllfl' L lvrk W Mez v '11 a:.::,.. . .fi Miss Alcocer MissGm1mln-s Miss Unwdcn Mrs. Nfatclli .Q QA Mrs. Pachn-ro, Mrs. jirm-ncz CUSTODIAL STAFF ' AIDES Top, L. to R: M. Gan-S. P. Arnold, H. Pvna, T. Flavizmo. A. Gorgulho. Bottom: Agbannawag, D. W Nfclienzic, VV. Drapn-r. FETERIA STAFF OON SUPERVISORS Top: I.. to R: Mrs. Norurian, Mrs. Hzulclzm, Mrs. Hursh, Mrs nkfaln NA tru M Rium If Huffman X xICI4HllQIlliIl, Mrs, uhittvrmfmvrg, Nlrs. Yodvr. Butturn: Nlr. Furtudn, Mr L. to R: Y. Roberts, Y. 'l1lll'II1l'Il, Hu' ' V, Al. K 's , . . ' , , . : . . Cordoba. Lavoratu, Knight, R. Amlvrson. 5 I b ,mar 'Y Q3 R BA . ,Qu -14- i ' 4 WINTER 70-'71 ' -i S i Z s E i Q r E 2 X S W 1 Wah 17" L I XY W W ww, if V 'W President loin Pura YP. David Stein 'lil'l'ZlSllH'I' Dave Layus JU 1011 CLASS qXfter a very successful year as Sophomores, the mighty Class of '72 started off their .lunior year with a playriigght. lfrider the leadership of Tom Pura, President: David Stein, Vice-President: Uave Layus, Treasurer: and joan Domalaogg, Secretary, the Class partieipaterl iri many other school activities. qhmorig the aetivities the Class presented were monthly movies and the junior-Senior Prom. The klurliors and their advisor, Nlr. Earp, can say they had E1 very fine class and hope next year will see them just as enthusiastic. '72 Advisor, M r. Secretary juan Domalaogg A ,,, : A y '. , A f": 'wa Y! 1 5 3 4 qw-v.. 3 Br' 4 , :Ol ew- umq W , J g Q: ,QQ Nuo-v Wt 'W ' ,A ' zz ,QMS f , , aa iw er 7:92 5? I ,, A if. Q, , Mr as M Zz.- W 7 fc f Q, ?""'v ffl L '....Mi- V ,guage ,. "ww, 'f' 'vw' 'CMT' ' Hi, ' WS, ' , A Aw A .ag AA it A 2 A . gg ' aa ,. A ie A 2 l A 2 V A ,A tttrt A7 awry , AAAI ,. f Q -m53umf,:,,- , A 3,3 , A . 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Oops, spilled it. PASTRY CONSUMPTIO FESTIVITIES Dig in folks! Un your mark. ' Vviniiers. left to right. Robin lloerner, Dan Cunninglizun, Us-hlxie VVheeler, and Willy SPONSORED BY LSEPF On November 23, 1970, the L.S.E.P.F. presented their Oth annual Pie-Eating Contest in the Alisal High School Hoy's Gym. A thousand laughs were exhihited Sth period due to the efforts of Carmen Crain, Mark Hadden, Mike Lear, and Sammora lVIoyers. sixth period was not to he denied thier laughs as Robin Doerner, Dan Cunningham, Debbie Wheeler, and VVilly Pura provided the entertainment. Prizes such as turkeys, turkey dinners, and hoxes of VVheaties were awarded to the contestants. All in all, the l970 L.S.Pf.P.F. Pie-Eating Contest was one of the most hilarious, sidef splitting events of the year. Pura. , , IH I IIVUUGING Nu 1 . 9' l..S.E.P..F. f PIIPEATIKG Us 23 013. N1 iss Ds-lia Nc-rez Alisal 1971 Homecoming Basketball Queen DELIA EREZ REIGNS BASKETBALL QUEE Miss Kathy Conley 5 -' . tt,i 2 7 gig? E M if 2. f 6 Wfgjyig ff M, was 1' H 'KZ , 1 ' W-iff 5 ' nk ,, , fiiiif w, Za , X. , I ,,,, ,, ,gi 'gi 51 V, Q, J, ' f 4 l li 4, , M, , , ,gay ,S ,, 2:1-, -WV' ': " , ,T ,,4 1 f ,,,,, ,.', L, f, ,,.f. f , , , ti 1 H ' F ,if ff' ', ,-, 25' ff , 1' ' rf f'f'wWrTff5-,,-!,,z-,,,f 74' ' 3' ,141 fr: ' , ' , ', ,.-FZ: ', ,- , ' f ii i ,. it -az : f'-' K Y ' '- i 1 ' .ff ,,,. ' 1 , t ' wi' f ,f - ..., Miss Debbie Anderson This year, the Alisal Student Body voted Miss Delia Nerez for 1971 Basketball Queen. She was crowned by last year's queen, Miss Darlene jenkins. The queen was escorted by Tony Acierto, while her court and their escorts were Debbie Anderson escorted by David Tonus, Kathy Conley escorted by Gary Henson, and Kathy Souza escorted by Jack Hanks. Miss Nerez received the traditional roses and crown. She displayed them proudly as she reigned over the remainder of the Homecoming game. Our happy queen The queen and her court enjoy the game. Miss Kathy Souza wi Queen Delia Nerez and Tony Acierto l may 7 , 71511 1 1 , U 2 - 'ji ai 'EW i 1. W' 1 P 1 I WWW A W ,B E ST Xa R 1 . nz. g sl: y is 1 s 'P S Q au, 5 14, ' i If , -s 1970 CHRISTMAS BALL Tha' the-mv of the Christmas Ball was "Snoopy's Christmas" which was carried throughout the evc-ning with various Snoopy characters standing around thc- giant, sparking Christmas tree. Rs-frm-shrncnts were st-rw-d to the Couples who wcrv c-Xhaustvd m from dancing to the sound of the cxce-llc-nt music provided by the Chicago Typvwritvr. This yt-ar the senior class of 71 did an outstanding joh in sponsoring the 1970 Christmas Ball. Mx, Wild Willy strikes again. Snggpydg Chrigrmag, Tht- Chivago Typewriter. ,, -.,., .. 1 ,,p, , .. ' 6 , 2,-1 ml, ' 'af 4 M. W. . , g5,r 3 52 fm!! ft ,NY 5 , , L 1 , 5 ' wf1wwwfi,igt ' t l li 2 5 fi itfffgww-wiaf+W Q , l , ,A ax , V. ' ' ,4 Q , Y 3 f '95 ,aff 423' TPM 1 K M 13:3 , A is l 2 i' -if , 'lx 1 Y i AgJxi4'J'lfMf'3E ij i , ' 'f f--fzmw 2 " , .,.',,i,r:t X3 , , wr ,fill WW 5 Q fffl!i'W1' f W J f f i f gif E3 'wmv 2 . My , 5 nfl' i , LX Eff ' lung X' 4 X + , Q4 , ha Y 4 4 1970 CHRISTMAS ,V . .41 R.-s at Vqsqf 'vt :ff -5 ,t ,Q - Wi 1 vi . 5 ' gga.f Q3 2 if l T , :gf-", ,, r , 7, 5, 41' Most Spirit, Se-roncl 1 D G ED BY ALISAL ,l.lli'tlOUFfl1't'UF2iflIl21UUIITUST was a sparkling 1-vc-nt this War. VVith cntrivs frnni alinust all of rhv cluhs, rliv Viiitlgging was quitf' a cliallm-ngv. l he-rv wi-rw twn vatcgorlvs trnni whicli tn 'lUl'lQl'. l ht' tirst plan- in thi- NlfistQlirlsUI12is Spirit vzitvgurx' was thc' Drama Cluh. with 'lirack lntz-rf-st mrnirigg in svcnncl plau- 'lihc' sm-rnml vatvgyury was Xlnst Original. ilihm' winnm-rs in this unit wvrv thi' Nvw Rt-naissanu' Club, first, and tht- Xlavn fluh sf-concl. Nlnst Original. First Plan' . c 'U A x, A It Iam Q 3 1 2 l -ff' lfirst Plan-. Nlnst Christmas Spirit Y 9? BE 3 3 3. 3 9 1 b--. f .yi ww 4 ,5,. .- .,..n. F., A Must Original, 'lihiril xlUsT Spirit, 'lih Uur svlitml at Christmas timv. irfl , ...,. , ..-W s -gm .. ...M ...A awmwm' - 'fm -X--' f1ng,12f-G-'avsaww M - , - . Y BEE Q . .Q M. s .af -s,,.1w.-..Ws. IHBS Q- .WMM at at . a,w.i,W,: ,W WW, TEACHERS A D ST DENTS SEARCH FOR ANSWERS TO SCHOOL PROBLEMS Interested students listen as the chairman reads the guidelines of the meeting. Jacinto Ciardea and Nlrs. Condron show their concern for one of the problems at .Xlisal High. f "" ' " ' , ., Maw , ,, ,,,, ,, , WM.. . , ,,,, ' " . ' ' ' ' I " Mfwilftgrww .. . ,, f ' ' " ' ' : ' f , A V f "z'm'Ww'fW-MM,,,-. .2 ., I 2 .N .....-W.m.,WW. ' , . ,W W M . , 4..,,..W, C 2 :sa my ms ' ft 1, ' if Y ,m 11,', 'z2f: 7'..f- ,ff,.r.,,,, f , 1H7W1sz9v g ' W I , .,,. ..,,, i.i,, , . , , , X a w ! gl' ,, , ,, ,, , ,,,iW,w,iL, 5 t,,L Q ,,V1 ,. Nlr. Espinoza presides over this forum meeting. What are the prohlems at Alisal? How can we the students and teachers solve them? These are some of the questions students and teachers asked themselves this year at the newly formed Student-Faculty Forum. The Forum met two times per month during 5th or oth lunch periods. At the meetings interested students and teachers were welcome to come and voice their opinions. .-Xs the forum grew in numher, discussions hecame more and more interesting and invol ved. The most amazing thing ahout the forum meetings was that people were not afraid to speak. If one wanted to say something, he said it. No one laufhed at Z1 erson. Fvervone was there to V L y P i I . discuss roblems and that s what the l' orum is all ahout. P Mr. Tuttle searches for an answer. -mm. W I ' xv, W? 'i we A l ,xii so Mix i ,, i f an rtrt A 'ff i in W i 1 2 6 -f ., , King 8Ill1f2lll'1'Il0f Hearts Ierri l'iQ'Llraz1r1dSts-vc Nlora J GA Flora .-Xlbano and David Layus Kathy I rttigrvw and Bob Palma Donna grooves with Lotion QW? Iknvw wr Eould do ir! Proud King and Queen, mwgg ik? QUEE or HEARTS Terri Piedra and Steve Mora Were chosen as King and Queen of Hearts at the 1971 Valentines, Dance. The Valentines' Dance was only one of the many spectacular dances this year. The Valentines' Dance was sponsored by F.l'i.A. The contestants sold tickets for chances at prizes, with the winners being the ones who sold the most tickets. The music was provided by the Chicago Typewriter and The Lotion. The annual King and Queen of Hearts' Dance was a huge success. may , Aiwa? e Sharon and Lynn await announcement. if Kathy and -lim do their thing. Lora Basquin and Bill Candiloro. Contestants await that revealing moment. it Q s . . get - is-1 W. Z.. .. . 5 -. QQSN X . K N 'ltZfSf:ff:sp.. . . . .5 -. , A . A -M , 55 ALQSAL WINS BERTH IN CCS BY SMASHING LEAGUE CGMPETITION l'ronf ron: Xl. llnff, li. lliggins. ll. l-xt-inlrirks. li. K nnningluun, 5. .li1l1l'lklllt'. Nl. 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'l'lu- Corky Hzulilan coziflu-tl fm-:nn put up 1-nonggli innsclf- fo rm-main in flu- fliivli of flu- fight. ililu- fs-:nn was in soh- posse-ssion of first plain- going info flu- lzisf thru- ggzinu-s of flu- sm-zison, lint :in npsm-f hy banfa Cruz flirt-w flu- lvzigglu- into 21 thru-v way fin-. ln orth-r to - - - 1. -- . H .- mls-ft-riniiiv flu- Xl. l5.l,. rt-prc-sm-rifafixr to flu- L Q 5, ei playoff was ru-cm-ssary. liig ll , 1 rv - -- v vv v U f - v-nv 6 Ill rs-turning all-lt-zigut-r. Huff, 02 , llzulmlc-n, in ll , lv-nclricks, fi! , :intl klnziriqiu-, Ulu. proviclc-cl flu- ru-fc-ssziry 1-fforfs fo mls-fm-af North Salinas :intl YVzifsonx'illc- zuul 4-urn zz lu-rfh in flu- Rn-ggion IV playoffs, Alfa-r mlm-fc-zifiiig North High in flu- prt-lirninziry vonft-st, Alisal me-f Vllatsonvilh- in flu- Xl.l'.C. gyin. Wlifli flu- it-ad swaying liacli zuul forfli, two ovcrtiiru- pc-riomls wx-rv ru-cr-ssary to mlc-fm-rmiiiv flu- final winiu-r. .Xftm-r six ininufc-s of ficrrc- playing, flu- vit-forions Chant of "VW-'rc numlu-r oru-l" conlml lu- lu-zircl L-clioing off flu- rafti-rs of flu- A-Xlisal siclc-. 5 Aluwt-Z Coach Corky Hamlflaii Uppositz-2 Mark Huff. KW xxx- Pre Season Alisal 68 San ,lose Alisal 81 Alameda Alisal Tournament Alisal 73 Salinas Alisal 56 James Lick Alisal 60 Palma Paul E. Walters Tournament Alisal Alisal Alisal Leagu Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal 61 64 71 e Games 87 76 50 87 91 63 St. Francis Piedmont Buchser North High Harbor Salinas Aptos Seaside Monterey Alisal 93 Soquel 60 Alisal 70 VVatsonville 73 Alisal 85 Santa Cruz 69 Alisal 56 Salinas 43 Alisal 75 North Salinas 74 Alisal 83 Harhor 58 Alisal 97 Aptos 70 Alisal 82 VVatsonville 64 Alisal 54 Seaside 44 Alisal 67 Nlonterey 60 Alisal 48 Soquel 27 Alisal 71 Santa Cruz 73 Play Offs Alisal 62 North Salinas 54 Alisal 67 VVatsonville 65 Top Left: Holi Higgins, Dave Kentlrieks, and Mark Haddan wait for the rs-hound. Bottom Left: Mark Haddan saves the hall despite 11 North High defender. Middle: Mark Huff is up and under the basket for two points. iliop Right: Dave Ki-ndrirks goes up for tht- rehound, outjumping the Salinas deft-ncler. lN1iddle Right: Mark Haddan traps Viking hallhaniller from drilmhling downeourt. Bottom Right: Bob Higgins shoots from 20 ft. out, 57,59 4: xii? if 25 f I V JV Q R f A,rZ mm , S 1 e 4 :,, ' I z t '94 , ' Z .pm hY ew- , 4, 237. uf MW I E 5 ! 'SE ,rgggg ALISAL'S LIGHTWEIGHTS LED BY STRONG SCORING DUO Throughout the '70-'71 winter sports season, the Art Gilbert SCOREBOARD coached Troyers have been on and around the 500 point Alisal Salinas percentage mark. The team finished the season with a 10-8 league Alisal North Salinas win-loss record. This record placed them in sixth place in Alisal Harbor Monterey' Bay League standings. Alisal Salinas Alisal Aptos The Alisal lightweights were led by the strong scoring duo of Ed Alisal Seaside Hernandez and Fred Osborn. Backing the Hernandez-Osborn Alisal Monterey duo were Tom Pura who had a fine season on the boards, and the Alisal Soquel remaining starting quintet, Efrain :Xnzaldua and Dave Sawyer. Alisal Watsonville Anzaldua and Sawyer were in charge of the rebounding chores. Alisal Santa Cruz Also gaining outstanding recognition throughout the season were Alisal Salinas sixth-men Casey Abaya and Javier Alcocer. Alisal North Salinas Alisal Harbor After losing their first league game to North Salinas, the Troyers Alisal Aptos traveled to Harbor to capture their initial victory of the season. Alisal Watsonville The game against Harbor ended with a 75-53 win for the Alisal Seaside Troyers. Heading the attack for Alisal was Hernandez 421 pts.l Alisal Monterey and Tom Pura 117 pts.l. Alisal Soquel Alisal Santa Cruz Above Right: Eddie Hernandez waits patiently for the game to sta t Front row: left to right: P. Cervantes, .-X. Salas. Xl. Banda, N. Hernandez, F. Osborn, lf. Hernandez, .-Xlcocer. and D. Thompson. Back rox Q l f lb t Sawyer, bl. Trafton, C. .-Xbaya, T. Pura, D. Gutierrez, C. Tomas, P. lfspinoza, 1' Qtephens, E. Anzaldua. .gyl 5 lg T32 l 0515 Wi 8 1 mea I . in 2 V25 3' ll www 3 guns. 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Nlifiliilf klcff Xin-an-rli ahoots hm-himl thi tru t Nidnut Hcrnandf-Z. .-Xhow: Stvw- Siriw if trappm-ri hx two Soqur-l ri: I: od: r Bottom xx o Left, Rl:-ff XI:-:fn-rli hriiigf down tht- rvhound. Right, Marius Hzrrmmiz 4m tor a big two. ti gs:n1anx.,.u.........-.. ,... ......,., Bark rem 2 fuarli lfspiimzzi. li. L-Plllllfii, K. Nm-mitsu. Nl, Uilsmi. IJ, luiiiis, B.IH-art-x,ll.IJ-iris,L'uat-I1Htwilgins. liottum ww: l.. Ptvwi-rs, R. Rujas. X. liusaiim-. U. Uiaiiipu. Ci, 1 Irina ll. Nlarquw, S, Nlarplr-. CONSISTE T PERFORMANCES PRO IDE ALISAL WITH Cmisistviit pcrforiiiziiirvs lm a rvlatixvly iuiiiig wrvstliiigg tvam prcwiclc-cl tht- utlivr sflmols w'itliarvsp1'ct for our 'livrry lfspiiiuza anal Paul lluclggiiis cuaclwcl tc-anis. Iixut-lltlnr pvrfuriiiziiivr-s lu' lm:- Puwn-rs, uiiclt-fm-atvcl in clual liivvt coiiipvtitimi. lirmlu LVUIULITH, alsu uiirlvfvati-cl in tlual rnvvt viivcviiiita-rs, Uavitl Uoris, urirlvfm-atc-cl iii clual Inu-t matvlivs, aricl Marty W'ilsmi. only om- loss iii iiiclix itlual ccmipvtitimi, wvrc' pustccl tlirmigglimit tliis War. Powvrs aml lluris wx-rv lmtli fliampimis of tlic- Hullistvr tuuriiamvnt wliilm' Puwc-rs was also llc-l Klar 'liuiiriiaiiiviit cliampioii ariml ruriiivr-up at Nlurm Bay. L 1-mura timslic-il sc-roiicl ' NDA 9, at tlic' KI. B. l.. mcvt. spmisorm-al at :Xlisal tliis yvar, along witli . , . v . j . , . i Doris, lx:-iiju Ni-mitsu. lwm- lowers. aiicl David luiius. Rl'5l3t'k'flX'Q'Ylk'TllTll'S flllb f'4'ZiI' U't'I'l' Zi UIH' PUIIII X'lk'fUI'l OYVI' DI'l'X'lUllSlX Liiiclvtc-atwl Vlatsuiivillcx 21-20, aml aimtlivi' mit- poiiitvr uvvr Santa Cruz.2f1-25. :X first in tlw Histury of :Xlisal was tht- 2lClX'2iI1t'l'II1l'Iif uf 'litmus and Puwvrs to tlie' Nur-Cal touriiamviit. 'liliis was attaiiivcl by placing tliircl in tlivir wc'ig1litclix'isiuii on tlii' C. C. S. Bavlx rim: U. Lrralnlv, P., Si-als. li, l'm'rw, lf. lxiiiglut, sl. Nlzirsala, l7,i1arv1a, R, Lizula. ,l. Samlmzil. lfrurit row: lf. llarria. il. Castillo, Nl. Usuua, Nl. l,usam, Al. Caslaniila, R. Dow, Ci. Blanco, P. Sp:-1-rs, Xl. Huusvr, A 5 . V Ml k Vw pf , ,, ,. A a H?z L 4, H' 4 l J, 1 5? '5 ' f"L"- I IRQ? ,4n+s. f ff iid ,, f, fa ,M 2 ' -I. ,fgr- 649' .f Qiaizm Gm I 108 llup l,i-ft: Daw' Tonus rrivs to htm-ak his man down. Top Right: Marty YVilscm Im-uks hir man down wirhmir ZUIX tiiiihh-. Middh' Left: Huh livniiirzi gm-ts rvady to tum uw-r his mari. Li-frNIiilii1i- limit: K. Xvmitsu, Nl. Viiilmii, R. Rcvizif, ami G. Grim-. Right Middle Four: X. Iiiiwziiiv, U. Marcus, IJ, Ocaiiipu, :md S. Xlzxrplv. Right liuttiim Hiddlv: slackiv fzistzitii-ilu pins his mari iii firizil quzirtcr, Buttciin Right: Stun Marple tirvs hi5 mari fur 11 sim- piri. X5 Trip IA-fr Two: Left, Rudglvr Lizarula trivs to vscapt' from a North High matman. Right, Nfax Hausa-r attcmpts to pull his man riff. 'limp Right: Paul Spears wzitrlws for the "ggi: ahvzu1" signal. Loft Middle Four: M. Usuria, H. Perez. M. Housvr, and xl. Marsala. Nliddic- Right: Mikr Usuiia gm-ts a hvttcr position un his man. Nliddh- licmttum Left: Mila- Usuria br:-aks his man down, Above: Aluhn Nlarsala usa-s wright as wt-ll as strn-iigth to win his matches. Oppositr-1 Ruhr-rt Dow dovs li 21I't'Zifi0b0fki'K'DiI11liliSlT1ZiIlLlI1dCI' ruiitml, Row l: C. Sigala, P. Snarr, S. Thompson, C. Arde, Row 2: l. Buckner, V. Richardson, P. Copus, L. Donna Stockton and SandyThompson Copus, M. Pcrkins, .-Xrdc, Row 3: M. Stockton, L. Ramirez, K. Conley, S. Owens, and M. Martin GIRLS' GYMNASTICS TEAM RETURN WITH SEVE LETTERME Thi- girls' gymnastics tcam, coachcd by Miss Llanc Littli-, be-gan a wry busy ycar in Uctobcr. During their season, which cndcd in March, thc girls had travcllvd all ovcr thc county putting on exhibitions for clcmcntary and junior high schools. Thcy also compctcd with other high schools and tray:-lcd to Burlingamc to compctc in thc "Northcrn California Gymnastics Championship Mcctf' Many finc pcrformanccs wcrc shown by four ycar vctcran, Sandy 'l'hompson, and thrcc year vctcrans, Lydia Ramircz and Pat Copus. Velvie Richardson and Mary Perkins Lydia Ramirez 7 f f AW f A if - . ' , m e 5 - ,,g:2',.:52fj? ' , g .f':4f",f f 111 si -I 'QQR4 rrint Row: gl. llguiizisru, S. Siniun, ginrl ii. W'omlrnw. Rim' 21C Gnulart. Nl. l31vrl12ilfwu.z1mll3.'l'rimlwlv.Rfmxiz NllswlJlY21ll,K..XIlkll'L1:,hl.RL1al1.2lI1il.l.SiITN S. TROJA ETTE HOOP TERS FINISH TRYI G s ASON This yvar thc girls' A and li haskvthall tm-suns had one of their bc-ttcr scasons. Tho girls shown-cl fine- skills in basketball whilv playing cross town rivals North Salinas and Salinas High. Thr-ir macli for thi- ye-ar was Miss DiVall, a new tvaflic-r at Aliszil High. VVhilc- May llmmilaogg zlnml Martlia Rush wvrv roiisiclc-rvcl the most promising playa-rs this yn-ar, El lot of vrvclit for thc-ir wins wt-nt to svniors: Kart-n .-Xnilrus, Kathy Souza, Lydia Ramirm-z, Emi Rmnig, and .'Xclrna Statzm-r. Minlcllr Lvfr: May Umiizilzicisl trivs to tziki- thi- hall frum the "B" team. Bottom: .-Xcli-na Sturm-r gs-ts rvziilx' to pass thi' hall. .Xhnw-: Martha Rush attm-znpts ru blwk l,yiliz1 Rzuniri-fs shut. i W? f mf 5 H- fn' ww-WW lsrcmt Row: C. Rulvis, E. Rmnig, and Miss DiVaIl. Row 2: B. Nlavzuva, lf. lflorc-s,z111c'l .-X.Srz1tzn-r. Row 3: M. Srofktnn, K. Souza, and l,. Rzimirvz. ,M Above l,A-ft: Lydia Ramirs-2 and Kathy Souza chasm' clvspvrately aftvr the ball. Middlm- IA-ft: Miss DiYall, roach of thx- girls' basketball tvams. Opposite: Glenda Vlboclrow clrilmlnles around xlxdrna Statzvr for a big win. .-Xlwovri Glenda Wloodrow shoots uvvr the lwad of limi Rumig. 113 4 5 . -Q. ,M ,,.,. .,.. ...,. , A W, ,.iM.,W 5 S y-Q...-Q . GAA SPONSORS VOLLEYBALL ACTIVITY Y S" as Q we S- A - S-bS' J, A-fc N I 1 S X-'- , f K , -. -si' K s K S' :Xiiutlivr activity spmiswrvd by G.:X.pX. was Girls' Vnlli-5-hall. .-Xpproximatvly IUU girls turned out tliis yvar for wills-ylmall, making it om' of tlir- ln-st yvars for participatimi. 'lilic' tc-am did not play utlie-r SCllOOl5lll1l'lI2iClIN2iIlyllOL1FSOfflllliilltlDl3j'lI1fK'Tl'XVll1l'il witli thi- clvvclopiiiviit of tlim' girls' skills. 'l'lu- girls wcrc divide-d into diffvra-nt tc-anis aftvr a fc-W pravticc' gams-s. Ifacli team the-ri playcd oth:-r tvams to decide who would play in thi- intcrscliool championship gamma Nliss Uivall CO2iClll'il tliis yvarls vollvylmall tm-ams. .ni Top: llu- tu-am prartiws fur um- uf tlu-ir gamm-s. Midrlln' l,s-ft: 1,1-4-Ciulifm slmws good form doing tlix- dig. liuttuin IA-fr: Emi Rcmmig liits tllc- ball lizifk In Ili:- uppmis-ut. Bottmn Riglit: 'lilii' train watflics tln' przirtiu- gzunv. A, W' i Top Left: .-X gfmd ss-ru-r nican: a good tvam. Top Right: Iwi- fiulian tries tu saw 1 spiked ball. Nlidcilv 1.1-fr: Good form is vary important in tolli-yball. Iiuttmu 1,1-ft Jackie 'mon ib rraci' to hs-lp a ' m mvrnhvr iddic- Right 'liwuz Ye-limi Haggvtt a'6S a grca . W. Right. ard work goes into making a will:-xhall plawr. .-Xluuu Though thx- girls works-ci long and hard, thc-5 had fun, RG AN IZATIC WHETHER IT BE IN THE FORM OF LEADERSHIP . . MEAN X R S 3 I EN TERTAIN 3 In' X Q ' I COMMUNICATION r-"" is INDIVIDUAL EFFORT BY ALL CLUB MEMBERS OR BY ONESELF . . . MENT OR THROUGH A UNITED VOICE 118 1 LLM, ORGANIZATIONAL INDEX AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 120 ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 122 BOWLING CLUB 128 CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION 124 CHECKERS' CLUB 125 CHEERLEADERS 130 CHINESE CLUB 140 COMMISSIONERS 122 CREATIVE WRITING CLUB 123 DRAMA CLUB 129 DRILL TEAM 134 ELECTRONICS CLUB 135 FINE ARTS 145 FLAG GIRLS 133 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 119 FUTURE NURSES' CLUB 140 GERMAN CLUB 119 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 126 HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES 123 ILIOS 144 INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY 129 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 137 L.S.E.P.F. 144 MAJORETTES 132 MASCOT 137 M.A.Y.O. CLUB 142 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 124 NEW RENAISSANCE 142 PHILIPPINO-AMERICAN KARATE-JUDO TEAM 143 QUILL AND SCROLL 121 RIFLE CLUB 135 SPEECH AND DEBATE CLUB 125 SONG GIRLS 131 SURFER CLUB 143 TRACKINTEREST CLUB 128 TROJAN TRIBUNE 141 TROJAN YEARBOOK 138 UNISONS 136 FRONT ROTYZ NI. Sum, P. Kinney, G. Ryburn. I.. Schneider, D. Green. Mrs. Smith, advisor. SECOND RUWY: If. I.ang, S. Rogers, I.. Herman, S. Robertson, IJ. Sartwell. K. Bailey. B. Pederson. THIRD RUVV: -I. Clematis. C. Jensen, E. Bounds, U. Holes, G. :Xcaya, P. Favero, P. NIorish, R. Reyes. I-'OL'RTH ROWV: I,. Scott, P. Duble, P. Ryan. VV. Cholpek, S. Forrest. R. McNabb, P. Cunningham. U. Kuepfer. T. Yamashita, Morrison, .-X. Buckner, U. Rice, B. Cunningham. GERMAN CLUB INCREASES SCHOOL-WIDE ACTIVITIES The purpose of the German Club was to increase interest in the study of the German language and to provide insight into the cultural achievements of the German people in music, science, literature and in their everyday living. Under the leadership of President, Ed Begun, Vicevljresident, Ifleanore Lang, Treasurer, Glen Ryburn, and Secretary, Linda Schneider, the club and their advisor, Mrs. Smith, sponsored many activities. One of these activities was the unusual "Kuchenfressen,' which was a German pastry sale and cake- eating contest. VARIED EVENTS ADD TO FEA. RECOGNITIGN The Future Farmers of America was an active club this year. They started their winter activities with a co-educational basketball game which provided the student body with amusement. They also held a successful King and Queen of Hearts dance in February. U The Sectional Parliamentary Procedure contest and the King City Soil Contest, both held in April, were fulfilling events as they placed in both contests. Une of the bigger events of the year was the Monterey County Fair held in May. The club concluded the year with the Cal Aggie Field Day. The club advisor was Mr. lVIullen. Officers were: President, Manuel Raposa, Vice President, Lynn Miller, Secretary, Uema Thornton, Treasurer, Debbie Benefield, Sentinel, Charla Rubis, and Reporter, Carla Norred. FRONT RUTY: Xlr. Nlullen, l,. Miller, C. Rubis. IJ. Bent-field, D. Thornton, NI. Raposa, S. Chisum. NI. Ramos. RUVV TVVO: F. Rogers, R. Melville. D, Rocha. R. Martin, K. Kimmel, C. Hoskins. ROW' THREE: ,l. Pettit, K. Yonemitsu, T. Melville, hl. Haynes, B. Synder, B. Ryburn. K. .-Xndrus. lf. Richardson. ROVV FOUR: D. Elliston. S. Crawford, IJ. Brown, F. Holman, R. Ciklsy. R, Boesch, I., Ross, .-X. Benefield. YV. Smith. FENTA BIRARRA AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT FROM ETHIOPIA 1970-1971 FRONT ROVV: -I". liirarrax Ill De La Torre, R. Luna, P. lVIcVay, R. Scott, T. Pura. ROW TWO: Stidolph, D. Shirrel, U. Doris, II. Teague. K. Souza, L. Taylan, Mrs. Haincls. ROW I HREE: B. Douglas, Rl. Hanks, C. Vkard, xl. Uomalaog, I.. Sullivan, .-X. Isla. ROW FOUR: .-X. Statzer, Bill Snyder, Y. Steel, L. Schneider. A.F.S. SPONSORS THIRD FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT FRONT ROW: .-X. Isla. L. Sullivan, Domalaog. ROW' TVVO: N. Hernandez. J. Hanks. ROWV: THREE: C. Lee, C. Basquin, Taylor. .y:'wT, am 5' The sponsors of the American Field Service this year were Mrs. I-Iainds amd Miss Kruwel. The officers this year were Ray Scott, president, other officers were Ray Luna, treasurer, and sergeant- at-arms. Fenta Birarra. Fenta Birarra from Ethiopia was Alisal's guest this year, sponsored by the American Field Service. The club held various kinds of fund raising activities to sponsor our foreign exchange student during his studies here. Fenta stayed with John Daughters and his family. QUILL AND SCROLL - HONORARY JOURNALISM ORGANIZATION The international honorary society for high school journalists is the Quill and Scroll Cluh. Membership is offered to those who have done outstanding work on a school newspaper. This year the society awarded the Trojan Tribune recognition as the second best school newspaper in the United States. Perhaps the most humorous highlight of the year was the society's participation in the senior-sponsored "Big Sandwichy' contest. Contestants made sandwiches to fit catagories such as Hgrossest sandwich", "Biggest sandwich", and Hdullest sandwich". Adding to the fun was when the contestants had to eat their sandwiches. The Alisal society snared the 'IBest-Overall" trophy with its award winning sandwich. Mr. Puterbaugh, advisor, and Jack Hanks, President, did a fine job of supervising the society. 'F :Xlfrvclo Ciutierri-7 Jainvs Horw- Uvha Ni-rvz Kart-n ,Xnclrus l S Mr. Poulsi-ii-Uirs-vtur of Stucls-nt .Xctivitii-s TUDE T LEADERS CO TINUE GOVER MENTAL FUNCTIONS Mort' cntlnisiastif stuclvnt ri-pre-scntation was rlit- main oh-ic-vtivv of this ye-ar's .XSB offiwrs anal coinrnissiunt-rs. rllhm- ,-XSB officc-rs, .-Xl Gutivrrc-1, llrvsiilviitg Alim Mori-4-, Vice l,Tl'Slllt'Ilf1 Uvlia Ni-rc-1, Swri-tziryg Kari-n qlnclrus, 'liri-asurcrg Sulannf' Briggs, :Xssistant 'lirc-asurvrg and lflora ,-Xlhano, Assistant Sf-crvtary, wurkvcl with tht- comniissioncrs to 4-iicouragf' tht- hmmm-rmnn rm-prvsf'iitatix'vs to bring inure' idvas to rhv commission rnm-rings. Thr- ASB ufficcrs ancl commissioners ljvtc- Favt-rcs, Urgganizatiunsg .lorXnn Stitlolph, Social Affairs: liura Basquin, Stuclvnt Sturm-3 'liony :Xrit-rto, Uutsirlm- Publicity, ancl Frarwc-s lsla, Hvacl Clws-rlcaclvr, along with thi-ir advisor, Nlr. Poulsi-n. ancl the stuclm-nt body work:-cl toglvtlwr as ont- hmly to be-Umm' aware' of tht- pruhlm-ms at :Xlisal. Thr- rvsnlt of this ulost- work was si-1-n in the- many improv:-nivnts that we-rv made at Alisal this vm-ar. lfrum Left to Right: P1-te l"avrAru,Al0.'Xr1r1 Sticlulph, Lnra Basquin. Tony .-Xcivrto. and Pranccs Isla. Flora .Xlhano and Sulanm- Briggsg Assistant Scfrrtary and 'lireasurz-r ISRUNT ROW: If. Valdez, A. Herrera, S. Thomas. C. fioulart, C. Gulan, S Sm -X Sal Y W TWO NI Q artir I' 4 un I ang, Iiaylan, M. Hernandez, L. Parker, N. Isla, A. Tonus. RUW' THRI'iIf: xl. Haynes I arts Tl ants us roxe our Xmaro Us o ROW' FOUR: hd. Houser, C, Ahl, S. Corth, P. Morris, U. Latham, If. Seals. arson I' I arkinson I I iaz B rm s ol ls Simon Stockton, R. Higgins, l.. Brewer, D. Rice, D. blorgenson. HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES - STUDENTS' VOICE IN COMMISSION CREATIVE WRITING PRODUCES FIFTH ANNUAL ALIGRAPH An annual event at Alisal is the yearly publication of the Creative Writing Club's "Aligraph." The editor, Linda Hall, and the advisor, Mr. Grimes, sparked interest in this magazine by holding a writing contest which anyone could enterg thus the Aligraph becomes the combined work of not only the club but the entire student body. Assistant Editor Llulie Fields, Secretary ,lanet Smalley, and Treasurer -left Iiear were also helpful in the publication of the Aligraphs. ,ludy Riley and Annette Larrecou were in charge of publicity. The cover design and the designs on the inside pages are accredited to the artistic talents of .-Xnnette I,arrecou and Peter Smith. This year the Homeroom Representatives worked diligently to create a better Alisal High. Among the many jobs pertormed were bringing new and better ideas to Commission meetings. To be a representative a student is elected by his homeroom class. The student then attends the meetings and reports to the class what business was discussed. Among the many changes the representatives and commission made was the penalty for unauthorized sales of any kind on campus. The representatives did a good job this year and hope to do a better one in the future. IJRUNT RUVV: Lear, I.. Hall, Mr. Cvrirnes-Advisor, ROW 2: S. Simon, P. Smith, ROW' 3: fi. Vlvence, Fields, D. Green. 4 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW': Mr. Kimhall, S. Thompson. If. Begun, V. Steele, KI. Shumaker, R. Scott, D. Shirrel, D. Nerez. Mr. McGraw. ROW' 2: S. Rohrenbach, K. Souza, L. Teague, N. Sum. A, Pugnier, K. Andrus, j. Hanks, B. Douglas. ROW' 3 L. Sarmiento, D. Trimble, V. Stone. V. Epperson, A. Statzer, C. Dobbs, V. Moseley. ROW' 4: G. Victorine, E. Lum, W'. Sagun, Gi Hum, D. Thornton, S. Delory, S. Nelson, V. Epperson. ROW' 5: T. Bunden. P. Fayero, R. Ocampo, P, Espinosa, and .H.S. D C.S.F. TAKE ANNUAL TRIP TO "THE CITY" M. Oxford. The officers this year of the California Scholorship Federation were Linda Teague, President: Don Siababa, Vice President, Nina Sum. Secretary: and Flora Albano and ffleanore Lang, Treasurers. Mrs. Meeker and Nlrs. Cobbley were the sponsors. Many of the school-wide activities which CSF participated in were presenting assemblies, providing tutorial service in the local schools, and ushering at concerts. A one-hundred dollar scholarship was provided for a deserving student. The annual field trip to San Fransisco was one of the highlights of a most profitable year. ICALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATIONJ Mr. Otto Kimball was sponsor of the National Honor Society this year. The officers were ,Iohn Shumaker, President, Ray Scott, Vice President: Vicki Steele, Secretary, and Debbie Shirrel, Treasurer. The purpose of this organization was to create enthusiasm for scholarships, to stimulate interest to service in school, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the members of the school. Their numerous fund raising activities were centered around service, scholarship, character, and leadership. The NHS travelled to the Pinnacles near Hollister for a most rewarding spring field trip. FRONT ROWV: Nlrs. Nleeker, I... Teague, D, Siababa. N. Sum, If. Lang. R. Albano, P. Kinney. Shumziker, E. Bounds, L. Copus, S. Banda. ROW' Z K. Padilla, K. Cover, R. Starbird, L. Schneider, K. Andrus, Rogers, A. Pugnier, D. Nerez, K. Andrus, Hanks, B. Douglas. ROW' 31 V. Steele, Black, D. Trimble. Ifpperson, A. Statzer, C. Dobbs. V. Moseley. P. Nlorrison, P. Hale, L. Delory, Hollis, R. Carillo. ROW' 4: Wi. Sagun, B. Goldsmith, C. xlensen, V. Stone, L. Taylan, D. Shirrel, A. Cosio, C, Ward, M. Lowe, V. lfpperson, S. Briggs, S. Nelson, P, Musgrove, D. jones. ROW' 5: M. Houser. T. Yamishita, T. Hunden. G. Victorine. P. Pavero, M. Oxford. Stein, -I. Castro. P. Iispinoza.C1. Beasley. l at ' x PEECH A D DEBATE POSTS WIN N NFL The Speech and Debate Club represented Alisal with large amounts of talent and logic in competition in the National Forensic League. The team traveled to such cities as King City, Soquel, l-larbor and Claremont. gathering points for their NFL standings and wins for Alisal. Xlany fine performances were shown repeatedly by veterans Yiona lfpperson, Llesse Sanchez. and Nlary Lowe. The club was also active on campus, they sponsored successfully a snow cone sale, a mistletoe sale, and a pickle sale. All in all, it was an exciting and eventful year for the Alisal Speech and Debate Club. Viona poses FRONT ROVV: R. Salazar. V. lfpperson, Mr. Logan, C. Cdasco. ROW' TW'O: S. Rogers, NI. Lowe, lf. Bounds. ROW' THRl'fl'f: ,l. .-Xguirre, R. Potts, C. klensen, S. Thompson. ROW' IPOCR: J. Stentz, gk. Pugnier, C. Wvimmer. ROW' l"lYE: Nl. Sanchez. S. CHECK ERS' CLUB FURTH ER DRAFTI G I TERE T For the year l97U-l'?7l the officers of the Checkers' Club were David Layus. President: Lyndon Wlhite, Vice President: Tony ,-Xcierto, Secretary and Napolean Lisla, Treasurer. Their advisor was Nl r. Ponting. The Chi-ckers'Club spciiisored the concession booths for the Lightweight Reserve and l,ightweight football games. They also gave their annual one hundred dollar scholarship to a deserving senior in their club. This was the club's fifth year in sponsoring scholarship. The members of the Checkers, Club and their advisor concluded an active year with their annual summer camping trip into the Sierras. FRONT ROW': E. Herron. l., W'hite, D. lfayus, T. glcierto. ROW' 'l'W'O, U. Simon, T. Eastin A. Gutierrez, ROW' THRl'flf: R. Vertin. R. Bigay. Atkins, S. Morasca. ROW' FOUR: Al. Daughters. P. Smith. Rugg. ROW' l"lVlf: S. Siligo, M. Sehinea. lf. Lum, ,l. Handy. ROW' SlX: xl. Sheldahl, T. Kuramura, Nl. Nlendoza, .-X. Franco, N. lsla. FRONT ROVV: lf, Batara, S. nlnclrus. V. Richardson, Nl. Stucktmi, C. Goulart, Blark, S, Own-ns. L. Golian, S. Cliisum, L. Taylan. RCW' TVVO: L. Smith, C Rulvis, lf. Rum-212. P. Nlorrisnn, S. NIQQUA-en, R. Grfvmf, .X Cwsio, l.. Rocha. .-X. Salazar, Nl. Martin, C'.'KFfShDPT. ROW' 'l'l"lRl'ilf: l. Ballestvms. Lf Salaclrigas, C Hwppvr, T. Fanning. K. Parlilla. Y. liaggctt, K. Cfjia. R.xlarksm1.S.Simor1. K. Xlartin. C. Vlvarcl, D. L'rrm' FOUR: R. PQ'I'K'Z,'I1. Bozzo. lflson. A. Paris:- Nl. :Xlclalps-, R. Villa. l.. Sirwm-t. Cf Higglitowrr. D. Nurss-, lf. Bradshaw, Xl. Domalzmgg. ROV' Flvlfz G. Stockton, L. Loomis, Nl. Jefferson, D. Sartwcll, NI U4-.'Xncla, l.. Pe-na. .-X. H4-rn-ai, l.. Parkcfr. B. Chia, .-X. Gonzalvs, ll. Snarr, B. Nlartinez. ROW' HX: fl. Vlvoodrow. L. Uamasrn, C. Sigala. G. Culina, B. Nlazzufa. D Price-, Xl. QUlI1TfhfL3. G. lfong, Nl. Sum, K. Briggs, D. jiininw. R. Potts, XI. Scott. D. Bulin, G.A.A. PROVIDES COMPETITIO FOR GIRLS FRONT ROYV: .-X. Statzvr, l.. Ramirvz, E. Romig, D. Stmnkron. K. Souza, D. Boles, S. Briggs. ROV' TVVO: D. Martim-1,7 L. Solis. L. Copus. P. Nlusgrovc, Simon, Nl. Gcrliic, U, Gr:-4-n. ROW' THREIQ: S. Martin, IC.Y.ildi-1. X. Paz. L. Cabatu, P. Purisr, l.. Sarmento. G. Flurvs, P, Copua. ROW' FOUR: D.Sl1im-1, NI Rusli. U. Climcr. C. Crain, .X. lblzi. l.. Schnvicli-r, B. Smith. R. Salazar. K. Conley. ROW' l"lVl'i: R, .'Xndrus. Y. Stvvln-, Y. Stmic, N. Sum. NI. Yaldrz. S. Pm-na, D Castillo, E. Flores. VM FRONT ROW: K. Souza, E. Romig. ROW TWO D Stockton S Briggs L Ramircz D Green THIRD ROW D Martinez A Statzer, NI.Cierhit', fJW'FOUR: C.Craiii D Boles I Sthntider B Smith ROW FIXF K Andrus NI Pal F Flores K. Conley. ROW Sl . Mrs. Camany, adxisor. BLOCK "A" AND G.A.A. OFFICERS LEAD GIRLS IN ATHLETIC ENDEAVORS The Girls' Athletic Association is one of the most acttive clubs on campus. The members of this organization participated in many different sports after school and during lunch time under the leadership of their advisor, Mrs. Camany. G.A.A. fund raising activities this year were the selling of "Swap-a-Pops" and HFuzzies". They also sponsored several noon dances. The money raised by these activities was used to meet the needs of the club and for the annual five- hundred dollar athletic scholarship. The girls also held their annual G.A.A. "Initiation Day" during the middle of the year. The new members dressed up as clowns and played games in the amphitheater to the amusement of all the students. CIAA Officers Front row: A. Statzer, Kathy Souza. Second row: D. Stockton, S. Bri s Third row: D. Boles, l,. Ramirez. Fourth row: Mrs. 22 t u Camany, E. Romig. FRONT ROWV: M. fierbif, Taylor, N. Sum. ROW 2: l,. Sehneider, P. TRACK INTEREST CLUB STIMULATES ENTHUSIASM IN SPORTS ACTIVITIES BY SELLING FOOTBALL PROGRAMS AND TRACK CONCESSIONS THIS YEAR This year the objectives of the Track lnterest Club were to help with track and cross country meets and to promote track as a sport. Selling football programs at our home games and setting up concession stands at track meets were some of their fund raising activities. Some of the members also travelled to away track meets to rally their spirits. The sponsor of the Traek lnterest Club was Coach Allen. Planning many of the elub's aetivities was Kathy Conley. Musgrove. ROW .51 l,. Taylan, T, Amaro, Ringer. ROW 4: If. FRONT ROVV: M. Baggett, K. sllberry, il. Talbert, ,l. flrmstrong. ROW' TINO: Q Rykowski, Al. Simon, ROW 5: V. Stone, XI. Nl. .-Xrios. ROW' fn: K, Conley, Copeland, C. fiattis, l,. Hall. S. Bennett. Nl. fowzui. ROW THRICIQ: S. Yosti. P P. Copus, Nl. Ainaro. BOWLING CLUB ROLLS UP TEAM HONORS BY COMPETING WITH ALL RIVALS FROM AREA Unde the guidance of Mr. Walden, and officers Ken Alberry, president, klim Armstrong, secretary, the Bowling Team had a very successful season. They defeated many of their rivals and also set up games to compete in inter-squad competition. The five top male bowlers were Ken Alberry, ,lim Talbott, Y jim Armstrong, Charles lVIunoz, and Darold Lewis. The top female bowlers were Charlene Oattis, Linda Hall, Mary Cowan, Sue Bennett, and Cheryl Copeland. The team met once a week on Wednesday afternoons. Cirrder, li. Fonner. C. Munoz. ROW' FOUR: R. Mai, Mr. Vlvalden, D. Lewis. FRONT ROW: D. Steele, D. Urrey, B. Husted, J. Ringor, B. Hofler, F. Jacobs, K. McKinney, T. Acierto, F. Birarra. ROW TWO: C. Lineberry, M. Arios L Taylan, S. Rassum, S. Robertson, D. Samples, J. Bristol, C. VVheeler. ROW THREE: C. Coffey, S. Pena, D. Sartwell, G. Cuhna, S. Rogers, C. Maddox l' Cordoza, C. Ward, R. Doerner. ROW FOUR: J. Daughters, D. Harrison, xl. Azzopardi, Kirby, S. Trimble, M. Kubik, M. Hogan, L. Marquez. ROW PIN E M. Brammer, Miller, L. Allison, S. Moyers, D. Shelton, K. Vvynne, L. Anderson. DRAMA CLUB A D I SCCIETY PROMOTE I TERE T CN STAGE The primary goal of the Drama Club was to foster and encourage a greater interest in the theater arts through the presentation of both classic and modern plays throughout the school year. This year the Drama Club traveled to San Francisco on separate occasions to see Ml-lamletn and "An Enemy of the Peoplef' The Drama Club also sponsored four major productions during the course of the '70-'71 school year: "The Mousetrapu, "The Imaginary lnvalidn, "The Crucible", and "Guys and Dolls". The lnternational Thespian Society is an honorary organization. Eligibility is determined through accumulation of points earned either on stage or offstage. During the second semester nearly fifty new students became eligible for membership in this growing organization. The officers for '70-'71 were Craig Wheeler, President, Becky l-lusted, vice- president: and Debbie Steele, secretary-treasurer. FRONT ROW: D. Steele. B. Husted. ROW TWO: D. Ehle, D. Urrey, L. Wynne. ROW THREE: B. Ryburn, C. Vvheeler. ROW FOUR: Mr. Mullins. TER ATIONAL TH ESPIA CHEERLEADERS INSTILL VICTORIOUS SPIRIT AT ALISAL The year 1970-71 was a very busy year for the cheerleaders and their advisor, lVliss Little. Among their many activities was the winning of the third place trophy in competition held at Fremont. They led our spirited rooting section to a victorious win at the Jamboree and "The Most Outstanding Rooting Sectionu Award at the Paul If. VValter's Basketball 'Iiournament. Fund raising events consisted of car washes and numerous bake sales. During the summer, three of the members traveled to the cheerleading camp held at Squaw Valley where they learned many new cheers. The 1970-71 Cheerleaders served the AHS Student Body with more spirit and enthusiasm than any other .-Xlisal group has ever shown. Alenerldonus Delia Ng-rg-Z Flora Albano FRONT RUVV: Frances Isla, Head, Flora Albano. CENTAERZ Alene Tonus, Carmen Crain. TOP: Dalia Vern oan Domalaog. Carmen Crain joan Domalaog Frances Isla- Htad Amcllia Isla Ramona Zapora SONGGIRLS BOOST SPIRIT AND MORALE OF TEAMS AND ROOTERS Wliar arc- song girls? 'lwhr dr-finition that most pm-oplv gin' is that song girls arc' imlivicluals that mln' an intl-rm-st in thx-ir school anil work togy-tlim-r to form routinn-s to pc-rforin with niiisiv. 'llhat is vxavtly what :Xlisal's lllffl-lf97l song girls clicl this War. 'llhv girls who niaclf- up thc' squad aclclm-cl varim-fy ancl vnrhusiasin to our Sfllllvllf body. licsiclcs pclrforining for rlw :Xlisal stuclr-nr hotly and viicouragiiigg spirit at our gainm-s, ther girls also coinpm-ts-cl with othvr schools, gaining honors and rvprm-sviitirig :Xlisal in ther fine' manner typival of girl-1-ii, hlzivli and whitv. From l. to R: Amelia Isla, Ramona Zapora, Rhonda Zapora, Helen Morales, and Valerie- Harris, Valvric Harris umlv Alcxanclc-r Helen Morales Rhonda Zapora wg i 131 , ,, W.. 1 Susie Rivas Donna Dennis Debbie Andrews B. Douglas, S. Rivas, D. fVIr-sserole, D. Dennis, D. Andrews, R. Yount. ELAGGIRLS DOUBLE AS BANNER GIRLS IN BAND COMPETITION Working with the band, the 1970-71 flag girls represented Alisal well at parades and contests. The girls practiced hard after school perfecting routines and getting their uniforms ready for competition. Among the many activities the group helped plan was the All-Western United States 'liwirling Competition. The girls raised part of the money for this event through bake sales and a stuffed toys sale. 'Iihe competition was the largest in the Western United States. Helping the band raise money and assisting at concerts were other activities at which the girls helped. Led by Paul Barber, advisor, and head flag girl, Bev Douglas, the girls entered various competitions in which they placed well. Diane Messerole Bev Douglas Robin Yount a . .L'lA , r ff- ' ef I FRUXT RUVV: .-X. Salazar, F. Fllvvan, K, x'll'KlI1Il1'X. l", -lziuulis. il. Hgigmili. ROW' TYYO: 'lf Hvrrvra. T, l'i:'c'lru, R. Nlartiri. rf, Yiililvz, li, Pzililut C, -Xlvlmrt, B. l in-lx ll Xll1sUI'KlX't'.S.Lw2iSfI'H.F. iz Xiggzi. . , .. .F Q iri COLOR GU RD A D ECOLOGY CLUB GET U DERWAY IN '7 -' 'liliis ywir .-Xliszil lligli St-limml vstzilvlislivcl zi Drill 'livziiii-Color Str-ps for tlii- pri-sc-rxutioii uf Xlotlit-r Nziturv wvri- tziki-ii tliis yn-air fiuaril. 'l'ht- girls spc-iit liuiirs ziftvr scliuol worlciiigg tu procliifi- tlii- vc-ry first In-img tlii- tmiiizitiuii of tha- Iimlwgy Clulv. llvacli-cl lu tlivir pr:-risioii ilziiiviiig ziml marvliiiis Drogrzims. Uri ,lziriiiary 30, Nlr. lark lfuix-iiiziii :incl Mr. Portvr Nlclmiiggliliii, tlii- clulv first lflfl. tliv .XHS llrill 'lit-ziiii-fulur fiiizirtl, ziloiigg witli tlim' cliscussccl tlic' prcmlili-ms of air pullutimi, suiiiicl pulliitirm, wil Xlzijurvttfw ziml lflziggirls, livlil 21 Party Put-l,iivl4 zit tlic- Calitiwiiizi pfilluticm, tha- scarcity of iiziturzil iwsfiiirvc-s, :mil ziiiy prolili-iii tlizit llziwaiiziii Xluliili- lfstzitvs. .Xiiicmrigg tlii-ir iiiaiiy aftivitivs was tlic' sm-viiwcl pi-rtim-tit to tuclzifs wimrlcl. Pussililf- rm'iiim'cli1'sfcii' tliv mimi upviiiiigg pm-rfiiriiizirivv iii tlis' llvvstvrii L' riiti-tl Stat:-s prulmlviiis clisriisswl aiicl any lm-gil iiixolxvim-iit for tlii- ln-ttf-riiis-iit Cliampimisliips iii Klzircli for tliv Higli Svliuol Pvp ziml .-Xiixiliziiy of nur zirvzi was clisciissvnl. 'liliv first str-ii was tzilwii lvt's liupi Liiits ziiiml vzirioiis pzirziclc'sz1iicl statv-wiilv foiiipvtitimi. 'liliv girls morv will fwllrm- . .. lizivc' spiiiisiirml miim-rmis lmkf- szilvs :mil 21 var wasli. 'lilic gXllS Drill Corn' slmws zi prumisiiig futurc' witli tlivir advisor. Xliss DiYall. FRONT RUYY: lf. lmrciv, B. liriiiiiiuri. ROW' ,lilYOZNlr.,l1iuk lfurn-mari. S, Cain, P. Ryan. S. 'I'uusaml. C. fuffvy. RUN' 'l'HRlfF: Nlr. Pnrtvr xlVl.1illflllllll,ll-, Pidgin, and R. Potts, flf. ILU - FORMATION OF RIFLE CLUB PROVIDES STUDENTS OPPORTUNITY TO USE AND LEARN SAFETY AND MARKSMANSHIP The officers for the year '70-'71 were Fenta Birarra, Presidentg Corbie lVIorales, Vice President: and Eugene Leroy, Secretary. The advisor and the Rifle Club had a booth at the Quermes. Included in their activities was going to the police target range every Tuesday to practice shooting. In the future the club hopes to have interAschool matches. These matches would challenge the members and their opponents with tests of ability and accuracy in shooting. FRONT ROWI: E. Rogers, R. lVIcRay, E. Leroy. ROW' TW'O: K. Bishop Mr. I,iddard, advisor, ROW' THREE: R. Osborn, R. Osborn, T. Lively ROW FOUR: R, Mazzo, F. Birarra. ROW FIVE: R. Cokley, D. Usury T. Yount. y v ELECTRONICS CLUB CONTINUES TO ADD EQUIPMENT TO RICHARD NELSON MEMORIAL LIBRARY The Electronics Club officers were: David Holes, President and John Shumaker. The advisor was lVIr. Ogborn. The Electronics Club purpose is to create and expand the membersl mutual interest in electronics. All of the projects have been done on the members own time. This year the Electronics Club has stressed working with short wave equipment. To further their interests they visited Comsate Earth Station in Carmel. During Christmas the club helped in setting up lighting in frontof the school for the school's annual Christmas decorations. ' Next year the Electronics Club hopes to have a promising year. They plan to go on more field trips and also to work and develop more difficult projects in electronics. FRONT ROVV: Shumaker, D. Boles, WI. Chloper. ROW' TWIO: IVI. Carter, I. Cali. ROW' THREE: W'. Sagun, Johnson, F. Birarra. ROW' FOUR: R. Childers, Jefferson, R. Adaza, NI. Clark. ROW' FIVE: T. Yarnashita, O. Cope. ROW' SIX: B. Goldsmith, S. Seitz. N ISONS CLUB PROMGTES INTEREST N VOCAL A D INSTRUME TAL MUSIC The main objective of the Unisons' Club this year was to promote hetter musicians and a higher degree of musicianship at Alisal High School. The club held many fund raising activities such as selling Christmas cards and candy bars. These activities were connected to a scholarship which sent two deserving students to a summer camp at Lake Tahoe. The cluh also helped the music classes as well as the music festivals and concerts in any way possible. The advisors for the Unisons' Club were Mrs. DiGirolamo and Mr. I-lorsley. Mascot Linda Schneider MASCOT AND JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS AID ALISAL IN ENTHUSIASM AND SPIRIT The Trojan mascot, Linda Schneider, and the junior varsity cheerleaders were a great boost to the spirit of Alisal. Mascot Linda and the five girls on the junior varsity squad faithfully attended each game our 'liroyers faced. Our mascot added that little bit of extra something needed to help keep the Alisal rooters in high spirits. The junior varsity cheerleaders aided our non-varsity teams to victory by cheering enthusiastically. The mascot and the junior varsity cheerleaders were also present at the rallies held at Alisal this year. They provided routines and entertainment to let everyone know which school was the best. The girls were highly commended for the excellent job they did this year. L. to R. Agnes Cosio fheadl, Faye Bradshaw, Laura Sullivan, Debby Douglas, Rosie Salazar. . A Q .ai up X i 1-. . .. ..,.,, 7 .L-L ' i 1111 L-1-L.L - s . Mrs, David helps Business Sports' Editor. Rich Bradley, takes advantage of a leisure moment. Organizations' Editor, Sandy Thompson, Editor George :Xnne Wlence file yearbook papers. YEARBOOK STAFF LABORS DILIGE TLY TO RECORD EVENTS UF 1970-19 1 The staff of the .Xlisal High 'llrojan has once again produced a hook which reaches and surpasses its expectations. Linder the guiding hands of the advisor. Nlr. ,lohn .-Xnggelo. and the lfditor-in-Chief. Ed Begun. the staff put into production many new ideas and revised some old ones. .Xniongg the many diligent workers were Rosemary Lim. Classes lfditorg Richard Bradley, Sports lfditorp Bev Lively, gkctivities lfditorg Rita Morales. Faculty Fditorg George .Xnne Vlvence, Business lfditorg Sandy 'lihompson. Organizations Editor: Kathy Henry, Advertisements' Editor: and lihotoggrapher, ,left iliaylor. Many others contrihuted their time and energy to the satistactory completion of the yearhook. Deadlines were met with great anticipation and were completed with overwhelming relief. The completion of the yearhook was also welcomed with pride and relief hecause no matter what went wrong, it miraculously survived the inspection of the students. some of the goals next year are to produce a hetter working staff structure and a completely satisfactory yearhook. Team work is often necessary in yearbook. H1 ponders an idea. Jw- Editor-in-Chief, Ed Begun, checks a layout to make sure it will look balanced and neat. Faculty Editor, Rita Morales. records a new idea she discovered for her section. X he f K ff Hiidi H in is hi lp Classeb Fdltoi' Rimmary Lim inn-r a civadline. X xl equipment. The staff of the Trojan 71 during mmm- of their time off. Ads Editors Kathy and jahna Henry work riose togethi-r cm Dwyanv Samplis Dorothv NIKKCIIYIQ md 'uku H ummm xx dit for any misc:-llaricous jubb that may be ,Qin ii the-m Photographer jeff Iaxlor tcaihc-w lxathx Iitriuiw abnut the 40 FRONT ROW: M. Harden, Barnett, P. Walton, D. Latham, Miss Brown-Advisor. ROW 2: R. Starbird, D. Keller, G. Smith, H. Hawes, R. Morales. FRONT ROVV: l. Buckner, L. Tavlan, L. Sirwet. ROW TVVO: S. Ruttschow, P. Musgrove, K. Pettigrew, Mr. Lee. Row THREE: M. Domingo, E. Sanchez, ROW FOUR: P. Aguirre, S. Robertson, E. Cariaga. EXPLORE MEDICAL CAREERS: CHINESE CLUB VISITS S.F. FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR The officers for the Future Nurses Club for 70-71 were M. Harden, President, Barnett, Vice President, P. Walton, Secretary, and D. Latham, Treasurer. The Future Nurses' Club is an organization for those who wish to be nurses. The main interest of this club was to promote interest in nursing and in helping people. One of the fund raising activities for this year was a bake sale. ln the future the Nurses' Club hopes to have more field trips and more girls interested in their club. The purpose of the Chinese Club this year was to study the Chinese culture and to promote a better understanding between the East and West. Using audiovisual teaching aids, lessons in Chinese sounds, syntax, and symbols were learned. Speaking, reading, and writing some simple and common expressions in Chinese were some of their regular lessons. The club was under the guidance of Mr. Lee. The Chinese Club also visited some museums and art galleries in San Francisco. wo fuer STUDENTS COMBINE EFFORTS TO PRODUCE MONTHLY TROJAN TRIBUNE The TROEI.-KN TRIBUNE was a monthly publication written. edited, and released by the journalism classes of :Xlisal High School. journalism students learned the techniques of writing and the general mechanics of newspaper production. They are also taught that the Trojan Tribune is a business enterprise as well as a learningexperience. Alternating work committees gathered news and composed articles, they planned layout sheets. Copyreading committees were taught to be mindful of seeking out and correcting errors which were not in harmony with good standard language usage. The organization consisted of co-editors, associate editors, business manager, advertising manager, circulation manager, and advisor. The Trojan Tribune has been awarded two national second place awards by Columbia University Scholastic Press Association of New York and one international second place award by Quill and Scroll, an lnternational society for Young American ournalists. M Chenea, C. Lee, N. Hernandez, Domalaog, and R. Reyes. C. Lee, C. Elliot, 'lf Simon, D. Long, and Hanks, FRONT ROW: Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Roc-ssler, l. Hatten, K. Kidder, H. Martinez. R. jenkins. ROW TWO: P. De-lp, B, Snyder. D. Green, P. Snarr, ,l. Stentz, B Moore. ROW' THREE: K. Wlright, D. Long. X . h ames, C. Hughes, U. Rander. E. Aquino, K. Ginn. ROW' FOUR: Rl. Price, F. Vlihite. D. Corlle. F. Tflizondo. C Rico, Nl. Contreras. xl. .'Xrmstron,q, ROW' Flxilf: Nl. Brooks. C. Short, Nl. Quintero, P. Cook, D. Stone, .-X. Ahhott, C. Duque. EW RE AISSANCE PRESENTS ART SHOW: M.A.Y.O. HOLD DANCE EOR T DENTS .-X new vlnlm this year, The New Renaissance, aimed its ohjevtives at promoting an interest in art. Officers klaclcie james, president, janet Hatten, x'ife-president, Doylene Long. seeretary, Claudia Stone, treasurer, Kay Kidder, Commissioner of .'Xetivities, and Nlrs. Roessler and Mrs. Lewis planned many activities. .Nniorig some trips planned hy the eluh, an art exhihit in Carmel and the Van Clough exliilmit in San Francisco was on the agenda. Through halce sales and arts and crafts sales, the eluli was ahle to "adopt" a eliild in the Linited States. .Ks the eluh expands, they hope to send the child more money. FRONT ROTV: R. Nlara, P. Tahera. Xlr. Nfartinez, R. Gutierrez, T. Herrera, T. Piedra. Rl. Sanehez, ,l. Hernandez, ROW' TVVO: NT. Xlallahox, B. Novoa, L Gilpav. ROW' TllRl'ilf: Nl. Stephens, O. Lopez. .X Yaldez, Ci. Rubio, Nl. Gonzales, lf. Moreno, S. xlimenez. S. Cadena, S. Nlora, C. Yniquez. ROVV FOUR: B ,limens-Z, ul. Sandoval. Nl. Banda, Nl. Hernandev. lf, Oshorn. NT, Ramirez. U. Perez. Rl. Castaneda. H. Sarmiento. K. Ceia. H. Ruelas. ROW' FIVE: lf. Hernandez B. Ceja, FRONT ROWV: C. Duque, B. Edgin. R. Bigay, H. Solis. ROVV TVVO: M. Banda, YY.C1owin, I.. Aguirre, D. Aledo, E: Jimenez, C. Hernandez, R. Verdin, D. Kimball, R. Cisneros. ROVV THREE: B. Parish, xl. Mercado, D. Nash, R. Humphreys, C. Morales. PHILIPPI O-AMERICAN KARATEJUDO TEAM LEARNS FU DAME TALS OF THE ART OF SELF DEFENSEg SURFER CLUB E JOYS THE PORT or MASTERI G THE WAVES l For the year '70-'71, the officers for the Karate- Judo club were Corbie Morales, President, Roy Kubic, Vic:-President, and Wade Gowin, Secretary-Treasurer. The advisors for the club were Mr. lfarp, Mr. Hetriek, and Mr. Moore. The purpose of this team was to span the bridge of friendship between the Asiatics and American. This team has represented the school for three years of high esteem of dedication in preserving the art-not only for self-defense but discipline. The officers of '70-'71 for the Surfers' Club were as follows: jay jefferson, President, Mike Gorley, Vice President: Gerea Kelly, Secretary: and Kathy Pettigrew, Treasurer. The advisor for the Surfers' Club was Mr. Deaver. The Surfers, Club was one of the new clubs formed for the year '70 to '71, The main interests of the club were to promote beach safety, cleanliness. and obeying laws of beach behavior. The spring was the time of the year in which the members of the Surfers' Club went to the beach for some active lessons. The more experieneed members of the club taught the less experienced members how to surf. FRONT ROVV: K. Pettigrew, Jefferson, G. Kelly, D. Douglas. ROW TVVO: H. Hawes, K. Pettigrew, T. Eastin, ROW THREE: D. Jorgenson, ,l. Moore, S. Siligo, M. Stockton. ROW FOUR: L. VVible, B. Palmer, j. Sheldahl, V. Richardson. FRONT ROW: M. Lucero, M. Osuna, O. Pearey. S. Marple. M. Houser, R. Rojas, ,l. Marsala, D. Ray. T. Palms. ROVV TVVO: P. Speers. G. Grice, M. VVilson. R. Lizaola, G. Blanco, E. lWort-no, l.. Ruiz, J. Sanchez. ROW THREE: Coach Espinoza, D. Tonus, Castaneda, U. Oeampo, R, Perez, C. .-Xrde. L. Golian. S. Jimenez, S. Ruiz. ROW FOUR: P, Corella. l.. Powers. J. Sandoval, N. Busane, S. Marquez. C. Arias. FRONT ROXV: R. Rodriques, N. Hernandes, Nl. Dosier, NIL Fourcade, advisor. ROVV TWO: P. Espinosa. ROVV THREE: P. Franklin, D. Doris, C. Cortez, T. Easton. ILIOS STIMULATES INTEREST IN WRESTLINGg LSEPF HOLDS ANNUAL PIE-EATING CONTEST VVrestlers and other interested students formed the llios club in order to promote wrestling activities. lncluded in this yearls activities was the club's help at all the wrestling meets held at Alisal and they also sponsored the Nlonterey Bay League wrestling tournament. Advisor Terry Espinoza and the Ilios members concluded their activities with a farewell party at the end of the year. Under the guidance of Mr. Fourcade, the officers of the LSEPF, President David Doris, Vice President Mitzi Dosier, Secretary Patty Franklin, and Treausrer Paul Espinoza, planned out events for the club. The members of LSEPF experienced knowledge in law, selling, economics, and the handling of money. The club had many field trips and one of them was a trip to the court house. An annual pie eating contest was held for one of their many fund raising activities. MUSICAL CHORDS COMBINE TO BEAUTIFY LIFE'S HARMONY FI ARTS AND CRAFTS REVEAL THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF EVERYDAY LIFE DRAMA INTERPRETS THE MANY DIFFERENT FACETS OF LIFE I It H ARTS PERFORMANCE IS THE REWARD OCAL MUSIC KEEPS SPIRIT HIGH I PERFORMANCES D OFF CAMPUS The A Cappella Choir added to the spirit of Alisal High by promoting music. Under the direction of Mrs. Difjirolamo, the choir seemed to have a little something for everyone as they sang everything from classical music to spirituals and pop songs. The group had the opportunity to fill everyone with music as they performed during fine arts assemblies, the annual concerts, the baccalaureate service, and by caroling off campus during the Christmas season. FRONT ROW: Mrs. DiGirolamo, B. Perm-yra. M. Cowan, E. Rykowski, M. Abaya, F Hillilcer, R. Starbird, V. Steele, C. Abaya, VV. Simpson, L. Little, R. Lim, G. Hum, S -I. Rawson, Ll. Burnes, QX. Reavis, P. Reavis, R. Robb, S. Reed, M. Kemp, E. Simpson Geissler, R. Vvhitney, NI. Huff. Front row: Mrs, Uifiirolamo. C. Ciattis, IJ. Bledshaw. K. Pettigrew. Y. Cortez. L. Hernandez. L. Powell, C. Swanson. l. Buckner. ROW' TIVO: R. Chavez. S. Cullum. C. ,'Xcosta, If, Romig, R. Potts, K. Hillilcer. R. Starbird, Rl. Carpenter. P. Kinney. ll. Harris. ROW' 'l'HRlfl'i2 Xl. Nloreno. C. Henry. S. Russum. K. Teague, If. Leyva, Xl. Stockton, ,l. Rawson, Ci. Kelly, Henry, S. Robertson. 3 2 s sla, C. Uagdagan, C. Ceralde, K. DeToma, Cerenio, D. Nerez, D. Simpson, M. Gerbic, S. Thompson. ROW' TVVO: D. Shirrel, K. Rohrenbach, Y. Harris. V, Stone, bl. Stidolph. ROW -THREE: P. Lawson, M. Nurse, T. Estes, R. Humphreys, K. Souza, D. Stockton, ROW FOUR: KI. Miller, P. Mazzuca. E. Schmidt, R. Paredes, R. Mclntire, Daughters, P. Callow, P. Harris, R. Romero, R, VOCAL ENS MBLE - MUSIC GROUP ' ELITE FRONT ROW: L. Little, D. Shirrel, E. Rykowski, M. Abaya, Mrs. Dillirolamo, M. Ger Lawson, M. Huff. AI. Miller, D. Tonus, C. Ahaya, j. Burnes. The Vocal Ensemble was a relatively new organization. It was started during the second semester of '69-70. This year the club was active on and off campus. As well as performing at the concerts that the music department held this year, the group also performed for outside organizations such as the Lions' Club, the Knights of Columbus, and the Masonic Lodge. The ensemble, representing their school with fine spirit and talent, made themselves available for performances for any group which requested their appearance. bic, S. Thompson, S. Rohenbach, P. Harris. ROW' TVVO: M. Nurse, P. 147 FRONT ROVV: Y. hdartinez. M. Tamez, B. Pederson. xl. Rehn. D. Epp, C, Thomas, V. Pederson, P. Bealert, 'li.'Herrera, V. Richardson, B. Nlcfiall, H. Ruelas. Ringor, Mrs. Nlulder. ROW' TVVO: B, Nlyrhes, Ci. Hernandez. C. Nloore. L. Smith. lf. Cerezo, L. Dominguez, C. Nladdox, Nl. Greco, D. Kimball, IW. Felshaw, L. Contreras. R. Perez, C. Valdez, A. Sargent. ROVV 'liHRlfl'i: S. Thomas, C. Abbott. D. Wieher, Y. Henson. F. Griggs. S. Puckett, C. Robinson, C. Lim. D. 1 Douglas, C. hlclntire, Xl. Thomas. D. 'l'hompson. I". lalmlo. ROW' FOL.'R Crites, H. Brannon, NI. lngram, C. Xorred, R. Sanchez, lf. Seymour, Nl, Ramos. BUYS, AND GIRLS' GLEE ADD Adding to the variety of the music concerts this year was the small Boys, Glee. Under the direction of lhlrs. Nlulder, the boys did an outstanding joh singing in three male parts: bass, tenor, and baritone. VVorlcing under the handicap of being small, the choir practiced and perfected a number of songs which they sang well. Ballads, pop tunes, and folk songs were among the many they sang. S. Andrus. A. Deome, B. Hofler, C. Thompson, xl. Shwartihacker, A. Burton, P. DEPTH TO MUSIC PROGRAM Directed by Mrs. Mulder, the Girls' Glee sang at many music concerts this past year. Utilizing their talent to the utmost, they performed a variety of different and unusual songs that captured the audience-'s attention. Among the many intriguing songs was the spoof, Mfihe Twelve Days After Christmasn. FRONT ROW':lNlrs.Mulder. R. l'lumphreys. R. Paredes, lf. Leroy. D. Shelton, B. Pereyra, F. Aness. ROW' TVVO: R. Bigay, xl. Fear, G. Campos, S. Bashline. A. liarrington, 'lf Simon. ROW' THREE: R. Nlclntire, R. Ritchie, D. Dew, S. Latham, L. Scott, Nl. Stidolph, O. Hilliker. . L mi hml prartivm- is wvlf kmm 1 tu Dlrutor nm.uI14v um Il lt I4-fr, and .'XfLiDpt'H21 N umm am xx hu m N pr v in the msclu N tor pc'rfurn1m1rrs. Girl! Ulm-v students ng, to umlmrwtam Ins-vllarlics of reading Nfrs. Sullazi, who hlauuary, knows thr- interprvt and feel the wi MQ' VN I ROW C R bln X1 Ll r 0 4 In ml 1 no. ROW' TIVO: K. Karnimura, LI. Matt, R. Mvlt-tnlc-2, K. Hl'fm3I1,Al. IM-lorv, B. 1 is ur RI 7 ur 5 n, IJ. IA-wis. xl. Savagi-, R. Harhor, R. Ifonnz-r. ROW' IJOIQR: B. Edgin, C. Savagv, Thr- symphonic hand, undclr tht- dirvction of Klr. Gary Horslcy, Continus-d thvir winning ways hy travelling to various communitic-S in California and comps-ting for honors. This yvar. though, Xlr. Horsley temps-rvd tht- hand with mort' symphonic pt-rformancvs to allow tht- hand to gain as much rnusival background as possihlc. Thi- hand's social activitic-5 includvd a playday comhinvd with Salinas High School and North Salinas High School in ordvr to cc-rnvnt rnutual relationships of good will. VN I ROW R Xloralt I lat mo D Danxutr I Y una hita ROW TVX O: S. Dvlory, WI, .-Xnd:-rson. L. Lightfoot. R. Ilum-n, NI. Brammcr. B. P4-ds-rson, K. Iir gg, I NIorr1 DI 3 Ia QI ntfr 'I' Stott ROVK I HRII X If igglft B QIT'llTl'1. S. .-Xndi-rson, IJ. NIt'SSPI'Olt'. D,SIY1ITll,sl. Cht-in-a. AI, Xlaidwt-ll, S. Lows-, NI. mu cr S der on ROW I OL R R tampo fl Sttau n on Clqr ns, C. Ut-ornv, XI. Ingram, XI. Brannon, S. fountrxman, U. Dixon, S. Snvdf-r. S. .L l .L . 7 FRONT ROYV: S. Snyder, S. U1-lory,S. Marplv, U, IJilIlY4'llT,'I1. Dominarlor, ll. Robb. D. Post-y, MIIJDLIC RUXV: F. Rum-gg, xl. Moors: Sayagc, l,. fliinn, B, lfonm-r, B. Fdgin. 'lifll' ROVY: R. .Xpoil:ica. R. N14-li-mlm-1. ll. Parish, D. Nash and il. Dclory. l RUN'li RUXY: ll, l'osm-y,ll'. lfdgin. ROW' 'l'll'O: IJ, Dixon, S. Xndvrson, l,. Chinn, D. I,2H1Xl'lll',,l.STVIIZ, li, ROY lllRlI S Uilory IJ lon lx iii uri Ii l"onnmi 9 Yni lir ROW lUl R R l '. ru-nts-r. Y ' i f f: l , . vslf. iiliii Tl '1. , - .i i'. V 'i V 2 . Har vor l . I Xlatt. li. Edgin, R. Xli-ls-nilvz. R. .Xpodqiia 'lihc Stagc liancl was 21 group of finc musicians who playcd thc accompaniini-nt for thc drama productions at Alisal. 'lilwy also playcd orchestra music and wc-rc known by many as an orclu-stra. Tha- Stage- Hand did a wondcrful joh this ycar as it playcd the accompanimi-nt for this yt-ar's production of Guys and Dolls. 'lihc Pcp Band was also a group of musicians who playcd at Alisalls sports cycnts. It proyidf-d cntcrtainmcnt during halftimcs, accompanied thc songgirls, and assisted thc- clici-r-lc-adcrs with songs and chccrs. 'I'lw Pvp Band was an assct to our wcll-known "Alisal Spirit". THE BA DI ACTIO Bringing joy and ent!-rtaimnvnt to all who will listcn is a fulfilling1-xpi-ricncefnr any music studcnt. 'lit-arn work plays an important part in the success of a music group. fabnvff and lu-lnvvl Concentration is a viral part of learning m-w music l "QKZSf..L Thr Pvp liannl aclcls spirit to a basketball ggalnc. Mr. Horslvy strikes again. Xa 'si' ony Acierto, Robin Doerner, john Daughters, Brady.R Jody Kirby, and Earl Bounds. MOUSETRAP OPENS DRAMA SEASON "The Mousetrap" was the drama department's first production of the year. Director Richard Mullins tried something different in the form of an arena theater. ln the arena, the audience felt though they were part of the action for they surrounded the players on three sides. This successfully added to the suspense of the mystery. Those who participated in the play were as follows: Mollie Ralston ............,.........,......... Jody Kirby Giles Ralston ..... ..... B gady Ryburn Christopher Wren . . . .... John Daughters Mrs. Boyle . , ,.... . . .Robin Doerner Major Metcalf. . . .... Earl Bounds Miss Casewell ...... . . . . . Sue Trimble Mr. Paravincini .......... .... rl Sony Acierto Detective Sergeant Trotter. . . . . . Craig Wheeler Christopher Wren demonstrates the killer's technique on Monkswell Manor. Perfecto, perfecto!" Major Metcalf tips his hat. Mrs. Boyle. in Angelique disputes her mother's word. "THE IMAGI RY I VALID"-ANGTHER ALISAL SUCCESS Alisal is rapidly gaining the reputation of sponsoring some of the finest performances in Salinas. 'lThe Imaginery Invalid" gave this reputation another boost as it drew crowds to View the 300 year old French comedy. No one could deny that the performers were outstanding as they gave their all to the success of the play, led by the able talents of lVlr. Richard Mullens, Drama Director. . . .Jesse Sanchez . . . Julie Azzopardi . . Sammara Moyers . .... Claudia Ward ..John Daughters . .... Scott Rogers . . . Tony Acierto ,...,Peter Smith . . Diane Harrison Monsieur Ardin .... Toinette ...... Angelique. . . Beline ............. Monsieur de Bonnefoi. . Cleante .......... ,. Monsieur Defois . . . Thomas Defois . . Louise ........... Beralde ............ ...... E d Begun Each performer of the cast portrays his character as they pose before the set of "The lmagniary Invalidfl Monsieur Ardin displays his short-tempered disposition to his maid, Toinette, who doesnlt Monsieur FlCL1I'21fl'fC. . . . . . FCTH3- Blfaffa believe in pampering the imagined illnesses of her employer. Monsieur Purjon .... .... ..... J o hn Bristol Monsieur Ardin again reveals his irritable nature as he threatens his youngest TWO quack doctors are successful in convincing the ,gullible Ardin that he is very ill. daughter. W fy. Q K ax? Q' X EQ atgxki JM is? Eg Q5 - QS P4 Nicely-Nicely Johnson ..... ........ . . Benny Southstreet . . . Rusty Charlie ..... Salah Brown ..... Aryide Abernathy .... Calvin ......... Harry-the-Horse . . Lt. Brannigan . . . Nathan Detroit . . . Agatha ........ Adelaide .......... . Sky Masterson ...... Master of Ceremonies ............. General Cartwright- . Bigjult- ........... Wgifgff .......... Angie-the-Ox ' - - that his , Benny, and Rust are each L Wm . . .Tony Aeierto .,...lim Cerenio Rafael Melendez Sandy ' ihompson .Tiffin Mint-f . . . Paul Lawson .john Daughters . . . john Bristol . . Craig Wheeler Cherilyn Maddox . .Robin Doerner . . .Dave 'lionus ....'l'im Easton . .Barbara Hofler Margaret lngram -.-- Dave Doris - - - - Mike Kubik - - Casey Abaya Sarah Brown and characters. 'GUYS A D DOLLS" The Drama segment of the Fine Arts Department presented "Guys and Dolls" as the annual musical. Director Richard Mullins commented that this musical was one of the hardest that could be done by a high school because of the many set changes, the difficult music, and the large cast. Thus, a lot of hard work combined with many long hours of practice were put into the show. The result was a musical that surpassed everyonels expectations. 'lihose contributing to the success of the play include Mr. Richard Mullins, direetorg Mrs. Susan Green, vocal directorg Mr. Gary Horsley, instrumental director, Miss plane Little, choreographer, Nlrs. Susan Mullins, costume designer: and Mrs. Kay Roessler, art director. CHORUS Casey Abaya Myrna Abaya julie Azzopardi Gloria Cunha Tim Easton Diane Harrison Greg Hilliker Barbara l-lofler Mike Kemp Kathy McKinii Delia Nerez Band seek to coni KN Benjamin Pereyra Debbie Sartwell Danny Simpson Gene Simpson Robin Starbird Debbie Steele Vicki Steele xlefferey Stentz Michele Thomas Sue Trimble the evil ways of some Broadway ,,,,,i M , A .aw ,W .. W . 'QU Karen Kimmel ponders over the styling of a hairpiece. BACKSTAGE IS A BUSY PLACE FOR CAST A D CRE On stage, one sees the finished product of long hours of practice and preparation that it takes to put on a play. During those long hours before a play is ready to be performed, there are many details that must be attended that the non-thespian may never realize existed. Those details kept both cast and crew busy before and during this vear's productions. VVorkin,q closely together, the Cast and crew did a marvelous job in making the performances possible. Micliele Thomas gazes in a mirror at a costume from a play. The crew of "The Mousetrap" from left to right: Cherilyn Maddox, Donna Urrey, Debbie Steele, Debbie Fhle, Mike Kubik, Pam Hauschild, and Mike Stidolph. lt isnlt always easy to be a male thespian, as Scott Rogers Mike Kubik waits attentively to make discovers. Applying makeup is often a tedious chore. lighting changes. RT ROUN LISA LE DS SOPHISTIC TIO TO ATMOSPHERE WY K l x -1 kliwlilv ,lzum-5 lm-mls lu-r talents for tlu- prmluctism uf 'Thlyx a Ilullsu. 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I .AgqWr: , , ,, ga 1 W ww SPRI '71 1' I Scnoo l HKFTBALL AT PS s9HWPI0 mu CLASS OF '71 'lihc swinging svniors of '71 might lw minding four fahulour yvars at .Xlisal High, hut for most this is just thv vntrancc into a nc-W and higgvr world full of fun and adycnturv. Class President, jack Hanks, vice--pre-sid:-nt, Kathy Souza, st-crvtary, Bc-v Douglas, and tru-asurvr, Donna Stockton, lcd tht- svniors into many fun-fillt-cl activitivs such as sclling Hallowwn Candy in Uttoht-r and candy canvs in Uvcvnilx-r. VVitl1 suggcstions from thv class advisors, Mr. Hursh, Mrs. Moc-kt-r, and Mr. Nlortcnson, thcy not only ht-ld tlu-ir traditional Senior Cc-ntvnnial, but also a colorful Hallowt-vn dross-up day. Howl-yvr, as in all happy storivs, tht- 1-riding is tht- hc-st. 'liliv svniors vndt-d the-ir ycar with a night to rc-rm-mhcr-graduation. ev , W fm. l 162 Myrna Abaya Leo Juan Aguillon Aquarius Debbie Anderson Virgo Rachel Aguilera l I Taurus Chris Abercrombie Pisces F F l Maria Amaro Gemini Irma Alvarez Aquarius Karen Andrus Libra Debra Andrews Taurus 4 5 2 5 i James Armstrong Taurus Lenore Arratia Aquarius WWMQ? 'W' .im-ff Atkins Virgo Max Baggctt Virgo Leticia Banda Leo 1 Micky' Barnes Gcmini , VViliiam Askew Cancer at or W-'sim Kngracio Balic-nti Scorpio Jewel Barnett Scorpio Laura Basquin Aries Fenta Birarra Gemini Jack Bobo Scorpio Edgar Begun Pisces Kenneth Bishop Capricorn Steven Borges Sagittarius Debrah Benefield Sagittarius Robert Black Scorpio Chester Buckley Cancer johnny Burncs Taurus ,ff M argarvt Camvl Libra Calvin Carter lmo Debra Buslita Libra Rohr-rt Calderon Scorpio Qvxt, Bradlcy Campbc-ll Leo William Candiloro Libra 'WDP Ralph Carter Scorpio juan Castro Sagittarius James Cerenio Aries 1... 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S Wayne Edgin Aquarius Debra Elam Scorpio Debrali Elliott Virgo William Edgin Aquarius Susan Enosaran Gemini Jeri Eppcrson Gemini Debra Epp Gemini Virgil Fentcrs Libra Carmen Estrada Capricorn Sheri Fox Scorpio Constance Flynn Taurus Terry Estes Cancer Catherine Flynn Taurus Jesse Franscioni Gemini ,W , " N Charlene Gattis Scorpio Randy Geissler Gemini Julie Giannotti Aries Colleen Ginn Capricorn S s Q Israel Gonzalez Gemini . Shirley Goodnight Virgo Mary Gerbic Libra Barry Goldsmith Pisces Debrah Green Capricorn Cheri Gulan Cancer Linda Guzman Scorpio Gruenewald lDiane Hall lLeo jack H anks Scorpio Marilyn Harden Libra Alan Hartsell Libra Reese Virgo Harber janet Virgo Hatten John Hawkins Scorpio Cathy Hayes Virgo Cathryn Henry Leo Jahna Henry Virgo Gary Henson Virgo Eric Herron Gemini . 1 Robert Higgins Capricorn Nino Hernandez Cancer Katherine Hilliker Gemini Roxanne Horvath Virgo Candace Hoskins Scorpio Mark Huff Pisces Georgina Hum Libra Ricky Humphreys Virgo Michael Hunsaker Aries Frances Isla Aries Nancyjackson Gemini jackie James Aquarius Steve ,Iaurique Pisces Diane eantrout Leo Johnie Johnson Cancer Micliael Kemp Scorpio Lyman Knudtson Aries Gretchen Kuepfer Scorpio X Edward Jeska Capricorn Diana Kidder Capricorn Tomiko Kuramura Pisces 4' 'I , , 3 , A," W f if fgf 4 4 s f A M! V ff' Af E! r K 'A ai, f 2 Q y5f62 M 5 4 , 2 if I Z! 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Jacqueline Selva Lorplo Cancer Don Siababa Taurus Jonathan Shumaker Scorpio Debbie Shirrel Aquarius John Sigala Cancer Eugene Simpson Scorpio Becky Smith Taurus Stt-vc Siligo Capricorn Duane Simon Scorpio Walter Simpson Virgo Rickey Slater Virgo Bruce Smith Lco Robert Smith Sagittarius Sharon Smith Cancer Tom Smith Sagittarius Lore-nza Solis Taurus Kathleen Souza Leo john Sparks Cancer Kathivvn Splawn Virgo Robin Starhird Taurus Adcna Pisces Statzer Vicki Stevie' Gemini Greg Stefani Virgo 5 x s ZX is Vick y Stone Aries Nina Sum Libra Steven Seitz Gemini Donna Stockton Scorpio Joe Strong Pisces John Strong Scorpio Dolores Tabera Cancer jeff Taylor Gemini Linda Teague Capricorn Dema Thornton Pisces Frank Torreeillas Cancer Kenneth Thomas Aries Sandra Thompson Sagittarius Terry Tidweli Libra David Tonus Sagittarius Lucille Torres Virgo Peggy Tuberville Pisces Tatsuo Lvcmura Leo Angel Valero Cancer w .Q Marie Vega Leo Caroline Ulibani Aries Gregory Valin Scorpio 5 5 Ramon Vvrclin Cancc-r HE 'NS E ! ,E X E E7 sg Elva Valdez Scorpio Lydia Valvcrde Cancer Salvador Villascnor Leo David Walker Aquarius Ray Whiteman Leo Norman Wcwrtliirlgtcmn Pisces Patricia Walton Leo Rebecca Williams Capricorn Mike Wright Sagittarius Robert West Libra Diana Wood Libra Rosemary Wuest GL-mini Tadashi Yamaguchi Aquarius Danny Alcott Taurus Dan Ccralde Taurus WK Danny Yingling Virgo Betty Branham Scorpio , ss. . S, 2 Peggy Culligan Scorpio Samuel Zardo Taurus Nick Briano Virgo Maureen H ogan Virgo BEST DRESSED SENIOR POLL Best Dressed Most Attractive Most Athletic Class Wit Most School Spirit Most Scholastic Most Likely To Su ccee d Best Personality Rosemary Lim Mark Huff Anita Reavis Dave Tonus Adena Statzer Steve Jaurique Judy Price Ray Luna Frances Isla jank Hanks Delia Nerez Willy Sagun Linda Teague Ed Begun Kathy Souza John Burnes MOST ATTRACTIVE Dave Tonus, Anita Reavis 4 CLASS WIT Ray Luna, Judy Price Q' C if 4 ' MOST ATHLETIC Steve Jaurique, Adema Statzvr MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Frances Isla, Jack Hanks ,F,T,,,,W,,J,wW .MM ,,,...,..Wm ia wwww-W-.fm f w-amfmnn I, V V 4 , MOST SCH CLASTIC Willy Sagun, Delia Nerez BEST PERSON ALITY MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Linda Teague, Ed Begun I K . -CRW is ig appetites. R fr 'Z 2 v . . V gather in intimate ' NWZW , groups. Vi Ivfvl 7 by 1 .1 of f if i irii riri r in SENIOR PLAYNIGHT On September 23, swarms of seniors trooped into the boy's gym to start a very successful playnight. Volleyball, gunnysaek raees and basketball were among the many sports enjoyed by all. Bar-b-qued chicken was the main course served along with salad, chili beans, and cake. Music played by the Hlfxotiesl' provided entertainment for the rest of the evening. Tired, but happy, the seniors all agreed that this was the best senior playnight everl Come 1 f Everyone volunteers to help. Once in the morning does it. xx , The Royal Brigade. SENIOR ACTIVITIES Two highlights of the Senior Activities this year were Senior Centennial and Halloween Day. Senior Centennial has hecome an exciting tradition at Alisal, carried on this year hy the seniors displaying the costumes of their ancestors and enjoying a dinner of tasty barlvecued chicken. Halloween Day however was a contest of imaginations. Costumes ranged anywhere from a six foot bunny with pink ears to a tattered piece of luggage. Both seniors and underclassmen enjoyed these interesting activities. "Eat, drink, and be merry." K, , 4 I aw 4 . NN 4 1 l all W l fit A Darwin Nash checks out the "hover crafty' he-fore taking off. SENIOR FACES REFLECT MEMORIES OE THE YEAR jackie James works on her art project. Ste-ve Ste-iz concentrates on his electronics issignment. Lydia Ramirez stiidics diiigviitiy. Anna Mollindo works the ditto machine. Elf-onore Lang preparvs a "petri dish" for a Biology lab Donna Stockton gets a head start with Kathy Souza close hehind her. jeri Epperson and Roxie Potts wait for their turn in hopseotch. saws. 3 "Wg i " 'Q 4 : ex i fsit iiiii f K -' as Q3 ' ' M311 , lilva Valdez pushes Cheri Gulan across the finish line. Senior hahies ohserve various activities on the campus. Nino Hernandez and Al Gutierrez start off togetlier. 'WA' QV Seniors attentively wait for the races to begin. S IOR RELIVE THE GOOD OLE DAYS The mighty class of '71 held their annual Childhood Reunion Day in mid-Marcli. Seniors dressed in what they wore fourteen years ago and activities for the "Big Babies" were held accordingly. 'lihere were tricycle raees for the little speed demons, hula-hoop contests for the swingers in the group,jump rope races for the more atlileticly inclined, and four square competition was stiff because the hest hall houncers were yet to he discovered. 'llhe judging of the "Biggest Baby Boy and Girly' ended the activities for the day, with Alan Hartsell and julie Booth copping top honors. 43 Al ack Hanks giving his evil tongue. , Kathy Conley employs long since tactics in "GH . ggiff' ' ' , is 0 9 ' Q .., mis- - . - Q A i A at f . 5 .. 4 . I - The l97l Varsity Baseball Team The varsity and junior varsity baseball teams had strong seasons this year as returning lettermen and excellent come-throughs for the junior varsity team formed a hard nucleus of players for our two baseball squads. Practice was off to a slow start as many players were still involved in a longer-than-usual basketball season, but never the less Coaches Filice and Napoli molded teams, which were solid yet flexible, in preparation for the pre-season contests. Mcmst of the regular starters were ready, though, for the pre-season exhibition games. The nucleus of the varsity consisted of returning lettermen Johnny Burnes, jeff Atkins, Mike Kemp, and Mike Pusley and former junior varsity squad members Jeff Hollis, The 1971 -lunior V arsi Mike Banda, Freddie Osborn, and Gabriel Blanco. With this type of manpower, Hollister, the season's opener, had little choice but to bow before the might of the team, 5-3. On the junior varsity team, lack of experience was the pressing problem. But with only two or three players returning from the squad last year, the Napoli-coached team was able to win their first game of the season, which was Hollister. They then fought to a tie with North High before dropping a game at the hands of Palma, 6-2. Next year, Alisal should see a team that will have had all the experience needed to make a strong showing in the Moriterey' Bay League. ty Baseball Team. 5 i f 5 51 'S e m K 5 6 ' 'X . 3 at S wjpw N ww aww we ! A wifi F fa i x ' 1 22 h h : A Q if f ffm, an ,: 'WIA 1 ' Z "Q H ,, ,,. fl m7'3?VzV L, W ffiwfiifgfiazff Wfiiifefgziy IWW, WN V fm X x Y, W 12 v MMM 'zf53q,a 4 N W4 ww'-' I vm WW W Nr W Www W W wifim-WM W R 1 My in gxwhgiwmf F W 7 H L W If 3.2, vis! 'z' f M wlMaMg,, Y W' .... ,J ,gf ,igwfff A1 4 wk ef 7 . Mu A , f, 59 Mi 2' A f Qi' New J, , W N w ?f.f' W wif Eiga' W QW f W ffff, W3 WM ,wif 15 wifmw M ff W fy , M' W 14 if ' f " Q zgll if 'M ' 117,-V, ..,. 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'f f ff, 1 5 H , is .4 ye 1 f f , f Q, " ' 'V''ff::,f:ff4w-.A'fwim,f 'fr it , ar V f f f ,V - , . ,,, ,, ,K , 3 f-w-w' f-ff ' ' ' X ' ' 'L" V N , i, , A f Ev ii z.z7::,kfLTf5-77LQff1L'91ff:ifiJi'-ZZ',5?54rW1i'::,ffll,-3ig,lf,'fF,'if usffg,-' .uv fl P'-fri . ,, vvQgw'F? , ff V, Q M. , wi' ff-!,1f??w, L it ef!'T?2- we t 'e V f 5 , H , f Z, fy A , 3 ,yi L: - ,, - Y ff --AA VW W Top Left: Cliff Savagv looks off into thi- distanfr. Top Right: Coach Filice talks to his ball plawrs during practice. Micldlf' Ln-ft: ,lt-ff Savage has a little- hit of hatting practici-. Middle Right: -lvff Atkins enjoys playing third has:-. Bottom 'liwni In-ft: Rirky M clntirm-. Right: Dwayn Row. xlhuvvz 'liurhzinsio Gornvz mlocfs his lwst at short stop. V wwf 5 gil . Top Li-ft: Brad Carnphvll gc-tting rrady to pitvh. 'limp Right: Miki- Kvmp swings strcmgly for 21 limi drive. Middlv Li-ft: Sammy Kumuia and Turharsio fionu-Z practiucl ratvhing thc- hall. Micidh' Right: Cuarh Film- shows his pitchi-rs thi- right way tu pitch. Bottom Lcfft: Catvhvr xloliriiiy BllI'IH'5 waits for warm-ups. .'xilUVl'I ji-ff .Xkiris makvs a gn-at play at third hast-, 20 ' 2 . 5 t e Nd 4 3199! jf XQW? .7 ,.-' ' ,: Q55 '56 1 -. ff- . gf . . .. , 5. a 'i .. F 2 fwvl' -: N 2 lifif S -I wif? , f I . ,B Ay. A . , italy-, W. ,.. .. .fAA,q:A ..,, A EA. A A 2.5 ,Q if if 2 Ru :if 3 fx-gf-.V f is i , - -la ., N A WAUMM . J ' r N f Wi... .., ,gs -.W -4 iw' Q 4 ' A A1 - fi., -A. ,5 5 1.-A A+ E 4,5 . 3.2 A ' : 32. if: ii- 2 K 4 Top Ls-ft: .-Xn i-Xtra run ni-wr hurt any ti-znn. Top Right: Ali-ff Hollis guts rvady to hit tht- luiil. Mimhilc lmft: Pitchrr 'limn Pura hail a grunt day against Salinas High. Miildli- Right: Aluhnny Burnt-5 warms up tht- pitchm-r. Bottom Lt-fr: Frvddin- Oshorn swings at Li good pitch. Iiuttorn Right: Salniny Kurimara rounds third bask. va Q 3 i f 1 U- K. L 's ,if 'K A, A w gwg . - .. . ' --V -- -- .,t.... Q . . X . , .. . .R alf .,AA. AA . 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Bvlow Niirldlvi Catrlicr Stew' Balrniv trim-s tu grt tht- man at second hast. Bottom Right: David forge-iison hits ii lim- clrivr. Opposite: .Mi :Xlisal hat-man shows the talent it takvs tu maki- 21 good tvzim. O6 LMT' , I rw L 77 , , CTP M 1 New ----.....,,, .rf Xi Y' A, ,W , ,VM My W MW W r m',, The 1971 Varsity Track Team TROJAN SPIKESTERS PROVE DARK-HORSE IN M.B.L. Strong points this year for the Varsity and Lightweight speedsters centered around the many fine performances of returning lettermen in the long jump, 2 mile run, l mile run, 880 and 440 yard run, pole vaulting, discus, shot put, and the hurdles events. ln their first meet of the year, which was Monterey, Alisal took the lead with many first place efforts by returning lettermen, Jeff Lear, Kenso Nemitsu, Bill Dew, Greg Smith, Dave Layus and Glen Ryburn. Others who fired up the team were Gary Victorine, Frank Cable, Paul Domingo, Alex Pardo, and Dan Tate. All and all Monterey could do nothing more than bow to the might of our Allan and Favero coached teams. Coach Allan, who is new at Alisal this year, molded a strong team that could do nothing but win many of their meets. . Y I I Coach Allan Coach Favero For the lightweight team there were many fine performances IH the same events. Sparking the Lightweight team to many wins were Mike Cushman, Robert Reyes, Doug Thompson, Ray Beasley, Chris Jensen, Henry Gonzales, and James Cerenio. Next year the team should consist of many more returning lettermen, to make the team even stronger. A The 1971 Lightweight Track Team A ,af , . M ., 0. ., , A ' 4 f' 'f K ,. W, f ., ,A as , a l . ,,f'ag-, . rc, -, T ,,f,.a...- , f " KL ,grim .' ' Qi. f Ji Fl if "" A ww Top Left: Frank Cagh' and David Sfvin run sn-p for src-p in thi- two mill' run. Top Right: Xlikc Cushman cle-ars rlu- har hy two or thru- irlfhiw. Xlirhils' LL-ft: Mark Domingo and Adrian Dc-la Turn' lm-ad Nlmm-ri-5' in tha- H80 run. Hiddl:-: Henry Gonzah-s waits for his chance at thc high jump. Nlidrlh- Riglir: -Ivff L1-ar takes a first piavv for .Xlisal in ilu- 440 run. Bottmmrn Ln-ft: Aluhn Bziridi' pifks up plenty of points in thc- pulm- vziiilting vwnt. .Xhnvvz Uaniiv Tatu' trim-5 ru pull zilivzui of a Montcrcy hurdlcr. M-f 5 X ,WW g , :X 4 If siiiaew- ' XX 5 is p K Nz . '- 'gif iii?-Iliiiiqa " ' N Xt 'ffm' ,- f , L , - wa St: 5- Xsawsklkwtwemvsqsaws X f -A"' X - A : L XXX - ' - lg? ,.'-"U:-11 E. ' . s -- 11:61 1 'iikmr I - " A' . Q .5:i?EES" . . , ,X .. .ges ,X .X i , .,., . k:,, ,ut Q-E1.izs1Pt.ffsaL'..f:asefzs-'Lis--fXXat.:sfits-:isis X -.1-sz-..-f-.1--sfX1-vii:-.tiifs-ta sw-,wmv-sesXwXXXXXiXsXsXi X -L A -XXX-'XXXXXsXsXX1XwaXs 5 E X 3 X X X Q XX NX X X XS Y NN Q X s X E as X Q X Q i-wx X X so si Qx X Xi 5 ss r X X N X XX X S S X XX S XX X m 1 X XX X X X X ,... ,.,.q,-X - , i::tX A , . .. Xa X ,, X XQ X Q Q8 X XE X s X X S YN xi NX X2 S X? X X N X X X QS X as S5555 x X X r X X X X , S X XX , me X X Xe Ns X, X X X S S X Egg St L , Top Left: james Cerenio. Top Right: -Xlfred Romic, a pole vaulter. Middle Right: Mark Domingo and Ray Beasley race around the 440 track. Right Bottom Below: Tsuyoshi Bunden practices the shot put. Bottom Left: juan Castro leads the pack. Bottom Right: The discus is another event requiring hours of hard work. Top Lrft: David DPW trivs to hrm-ak the long jump rc-cord. Top Right: Nut too many hmys go out for the pole x'aultir1,q vvcnt. Micldlv Imfr: Roh:-rt Rvws runs Coilstzuitly to ks-cp in shapv. Middlv: .Xdrian Uclzflxorrn' rims his svcmid :mil final lap. Xliclrilv Right: Rudy Rumi im his first lap of the -HO run. Bottom Left: Strong lvgs always hi-Ip thc- high jump. Hottiun Right: Paving mivsclf is vcry important in track. 20 EIGHT RETURNIN LETTER POWER GYM ASTICS TE Under the continuing direction of Coach Clark, the gymnasts of Alisal High showed many bright spots for the year. Consistent performances, as well as excellent showings, were posted by Allan Abbot, :Xllan Hartsell, Kenji Nemitsu, and George xkeaya. This year there were-n't any home meets, but the gymnasts did much traveling to other schools, such as Berkeley High for the Berkeley High Invitational. 0n Tuesday, April 6, the gymnasts traveled to Mills High for the Mills High lnvitational. Then on Tuesday, May ll, the team traveled to Mills High again for Team Championships. When the team didn't have a meet, they worked extra hours getting ready for the Northern California Championship Meet which was held on Friday, May Z1 at Mills High School. Top Left: Coach Clark. Top Right: Allan Hartsell on the parallel hars. Bottom Right: Kenji Nemitsu doing a handstand on the parallel hars. Bottom Left: Coach Clark and johnny Benitez show how the handstand is done, L1-fr: :Xllan Harrsc-Il shows great form on thc parallvl hars. Twp Right: Tsugu Kuramura cm thc- sidc- horsr. .-Xhove: Tsugu Kuramura shows how to do a hand stand. Back row: Coach Ent-a, R. Brannon. C. Sawycr, Schmidt, B. Harlon, Collins, R. Bolsas, E. Schmidt, K. Hcrmon, VV. Chlopm-lc. Front row: R. Brannon, D Bolt-s. Nl. Brannon. S.Countryman,R.C'zn'rillo,Nl. CNl1l'Ill'2i,S.fiI'Q'l'll, R. Schott, M. Schmidt, Coach Piclcford. ALI AL WIMMER ILD FOR FUT RE Thr- .-Xlisal aquamcn, under the direction of Coach Hob Erica, built for thc future this ycar. 'l'hc ts-am was composed of a rclativcly young group, but cxcvllvnt pcrformanccs this yvar and cvcn brighter pcrformanccs cxpcctcd ncxt ycar should gin- the team a bright futurc. 'Ithc nuclvus of the tcam, She-ldon Green, Stew Dc-lory, Rodney Bolcs, and Mila' Brannon, will all be rcturning next year to forggc furtlicr ah:-ad than their accomplishments of this ycar. A fvw hearthrcakcrs were lost this ycar as Aptos deff-atcd the tcam by a score of 42 to 56. in A Far Left: Coach Bob .-Xnca. Oppositc: Coach Pickford. .-Xbovi-I Sheldon Grccn M 'S .f V V-i t- 9155 V w, .N kata.. .,,. S. Q F S V "ng VV,:Va,V1.twt QV, ,. ...V .Vt ... ,5 WV ,Qi V M a 1 ,exit T x Qgsik .t. Q.: - V .L ,wif X,.k -.Va " - . ' 1.55.3-f:. 1 .VV si . V: Vw : :gfgfg '-,' 1 :J .. 'E 'i .. .... A, "'- Q " ' .A ,. , 5535, qr, ii' K' l fl f 'ww ,V ,,,- -,Il V N , 1 "" " V , V V V, ,. fn , f , V1 'Mau ' ,,,, VV", 1 : V V ' 4 i f WWW, , V V, ' V . , ' Q.. we f , , , ,V f ,,,. ,,,.. , ,, ,.,,.,,,.,m ,ww .,W,..:,, , ,, ff , V, .. 2, , ,sm ,www , ,, VV VV . ,V V ,V VW? V ,, W ,vw ., , V V, , M 4, M Aww , 'Q W' ,, " 1' ' f ' M' , V ----H -' , V, :' WV . , 1 1 V , V '.Vfif,V,:. t S .V.,.V:,t:-if: ...jj-kV...Vs V V K V: aw-am, 7 "L' : ' S V V VVQV: A ',-ik .. -X " -I 'Q -L:Q5'2....., 5 , w ifi . . 2 ' T 1 : ' ' : V ' ' ' V ' 'K V-'-- 5 FSR' S?-,M Wi fgff. 5- ..,VV. - vL-VLL V- .V t. ,,,,-,...,,V,,,-,. V. . ..V. . ,.,,, . .,., .. .,.,..,. V S . 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Middle Left: The swim team waits for the relay to begin, Middle Right: An Alisal swimmer does the 100 yd backstroke Bottom Left' Diving off the blocks is good practice for i lblll good swimmers. 'Bottom Middle: Sheldon Green. Bottom Right: Ricky Scott. N- Nl QV 213 my We X in " ' ' ' I-lift, : . ' Sm- . VN. . . ,. V Q V ,. ,QS ' We t Jw f V VV ' : ..Vt::..,1. , V VV ., .,.. RV V : - X Vt V f A V X- - .. e,Y.,?,V t -"' 11-' " 'iii-1 ' V. 0 K i X - V ...V Nt... . t .... V V M ..5vxkm.f..,1asNk55 " yr M -I JQJ 11 .k4,5Z, 1 1 r',lJw,:,4, W.: , f , , , . .'.. A W. , I 4,4 -'f.Q. ,,' ' '- ' -4,6 . - ,. A ,f JW. ' f , 1 7:1--M, fffjvf .,ef'f" .1 fs N .ins f,,, , f , 'Y L Av - a . 5. '- .'uo2,f.'j,3.,a,v l,g ,su A u A ', , . H ' 'M yen' 'll mn H ,M Jr .J , 11 , The 1971 Golf Team. I DIVID AL PERFORMERS For the 1971 season, the golf team consisted of many fine athletes. The Varsity linksters were Kenny VVynne, jon Nloore, Bob Patton, jim Harmon, 'lxom Yount, and xlohn Serosio. Coaching the team was Mr. Carter, who has done a fine job with the boys over the past few years. Turning in consistently fine performances were Kenny VVynne and jon Moore who were most promising on this year's squad. All plans for the future were centered around developing a strong team through practicing, a task that isn't as easy as it seems. This yearls squad has increased in numher, consequently stimulating competition for individual matches as well as inter-school match play. 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A highlightof the match was the play of Lewis Brewer, He won the first single duel with Salinasl David Raynes 4-6, 6-l, 8-6. The squadls hopes center around young players such as Brewer and Fernando Flores, Steve Dyk, Albert Salinas. along with the experience added by Don Siababa and jim Nloree. The future looks promising with the fine crop of freshmen that includes Vic Hernandez, Larry lngram, Gerad Bowler, and Nlarri Beleu. .X X i X MX. .1 X,Xt .X. e as e .sXssXX.X Xk K K X X My XWQX -3 -3 - 'is .. i X X XXX,.Xf - Xe' hifi?-ai X 5' 5 X -. X'-is -"' S N . e ' 'K , X Sq, K K K. its Wtfb 5, KX , -X ,ii 'f , F ' .Lge f 5fQr?,X,I,g - ' ' f 1 E45-f.f 11325 : . .. - , 4' -y f K f R , , X R his x K 1 , ss SY ,XE sw ggi t 6 XXX? l :X 'K 1 ltr J it X fix mi . 2 We liar xx s 4 ww X x iw 5 an MX Z rf YN .ex J Qs? gjejix Qi, tt X . .XX,, X XXSXX QX ' gy, M Wars Xsw X,-K t X NX aw X X X Y X X as it 53 1 t 5, X s is mi 'S 2 if it s ,X Q his A X X , Qs x S., 5 S ,Q Nt , , e . , gr' fp.. 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Conley, L. Rameriz, M. Quintao. Middle row: Delatorre, R. Calderon, L. Flores, M. Ferrera, D. Molina, L. Lightfoot, B. Smith, M. Gerbic, ss DiVall, Mrs. Barton. Front row: B. Bolin, I.. Pena, V. Richardson, D. Castille, Pi. Rykowski, and lf. Romig. RD UCLEU FORMS STRE GTH OF GIRL 'TRACK The coach of this year's girls' track team was Mrs. Connie Barton. The captains of the team this year were Kathy Conley and Gloria Roscoe, both Veterans of several years. The team was well prepared to meet competition this year with returning lettermen Elenore Rykowski, sprints, Kathy Conley, middle distance, Naomi Paz, long distance, Becky Smith, sprints, Mary Gerbic, hurdles, Emi Romig, sprints, Lydia Rameriz, field events, sprints, and Linda Flores, sprints. By defeating King City at Alisal early in the season the team started strong and stayed strong through the remainder of the season. Next year's team should possess many bright spots as many underclassmen will be returning. f,,-. it s Middle Right: Debbie Mciliria practices with the shot put. Opposite: Nlary Gt-rbic and Becky Smith hand off the haton to each other. Above: Marial Quintao prepares to throw the discus. W, ' f af .X ,, ,,,: ' fr A V M31 Agpigffwaya 1 W A W wiww W WW f ig! QQ! ff' 1 453, W ,WM MW? f f 4513? 'ff 052' 5,4-W, f J, W 5, W4 r ff W H-zmfgrff ff M 4 iw? TEE? aw W ff 4' .sh f ff-K! ef fa' .,,?gfmmg M 5 wwf. mfg ff , W , A Aix' 'MA ,H in 1252295 wr' iw 41 S ,MN H H 'za' 1 7 MM-W ,wa Lf af ff ff V, Wigan? 341' 4 Q fkfgifg fnffgffur! Kimnwfmq Q6 11, W" ww- msdf f 34,96 W wx M,,,,f,, QSM Kuff r 232 4 1 A Y 'V f f Q se 1' V if ' ' ' H N ' '- ' 1 .4.1-,, F'--'f1"'fj -.W -W H' ",,AQ cJ:,1yff:g, 'f I - ' V " V M' VH , ,f A , " H ,Zi fxff ' .. 752 :15 - ,H ,X,i,fL5w C ff" W f f L X' 5 if " A ' I - V ,, e Ag,5fi'W Q f HS,.,7'7gg gg 1 'Tfwi f ,. ,f AMW 'ff' W' 'K 5 " I in ' f H 5 - f. ' 3 n1!'2hgf' ,,,::?Af ' ' wf gf ' ' fr Y --"' g i , 7 ff J f?r3ff 'f ,24 'f .. ' .V 1 1 , , wr, z,..,,fW+,- WMM! "1 -6" -- -1112:-Q ,. ,-0 Q ' aye fidfag' .W ' ' "'fhlf.,, .1 ,.,,f,5e', .. . - -"'::.2-,. 'K' " ' ,.,xi:g,f.21 fwgfff, -a ' , , ,wl- , 3 ,, , A, J, A,, ,V A,V, W, A W . ,hi ff ,, , A nil Trap Lvfr: Dalinda Castillo. Top Nfiddlv: Carla Norm-d grts rm-ady for tha- Mart of rhr- -HU run. C1-ntcr: Naomi Paz runs to keep in mhapc. .-Xhovr: Kathy fouls-5' drying a przwtiu- rump. LQ-fr Bntmrn: film-almrv Rykowski in ha-r fourth year of breaking track records. 1.1-fr Crntvr: Kathy QiUIllQ'X rlvara a good 4 fvrt. X-'lx 2 O - ..,...w-547 N N L'LL Q GAA PARTICIPATES IN N NUAL I ITIATIO DAY G.A.A. held their annual lnitiation Day for their new memhers and two new P.E. coaches, Miss Little and Miss DiVall. A required dress code was worn by the new members of the cluh as part of the initiation. Games were played in the amphitheater at lunch time followed by an after sehool initiation which included walking through Mljhe Path Of the Unknown", getting sprayed with shaving cream and a hose, and a refreshing swim in the pool. Refreshments in the Girl's Gym concluded the initiation. Top Left: The Walk through mlihe Path Of the Unknown." Bottom Left: G.A..-X. initiates grin and bear it. Top Right: Students observe G.A.A. initiates in the halls. Nliddle Right: The new P.Ii. Coaches receive their share of the initiation. Bottom Right: Smearing it on good. OUR GIRLS STRI E TO CLAIM FITN SS AWARD 2 U 'svn This year's "Miss Fitness Award" went to Jackie Simon with Elvia Flores coming in as first runner-up. The Presidential Fitness Award is received by the girls who meet the qualifications in the 50 yard dash, 600 yard run, Bush-ups, sit-ups, long jump, and softball throw? The main goal of the Fitness Award is to urge girls to keep themselves in good physical condition. With expert coaching from the Girls' Physical Education Department, over 70 girls were presented the Presidential Fitness Award. RECORDS SET JadiifiimmghaipvSl1:eup.SsN,,r.e1 ,- l ,ali Sharon Simon, pull-ups ............ 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LISAL BO LERS SPARKED BY RETURNING LETTERME 11111-11, 1111- 111111-11113 11-11111 111 .X115111 111311 11115 ll1T1l' 111 111-11-111 11511111 1111-. 131111113 115 1111--51-1151111 3111111- 1131111151 UQ115111111111-, 1111- 1111111 2.1-1. 1 A111111-3 C11111'11 1'fr11i1-11111111-11, 01111115111-3 14111113 Hall. -wg 2 ' . , . wk -m QF 5 X. 5 X 51:4 QM lg, ,ww "" ' wi, 'Yin , , , 6 ,, if , 55. kv 'K ... 1 QM? the best nights through an W. 00 NH:-k Huff, All CCS, shoots with steady, and deadly .over Shad a Egeland the han ger. Q- 'Qum Q40 The Central Coast Section All-Tournament team consisted of Rick Hile, Mitty, Mark Haddan, Alisal, Rick Robertson, Mitty, Mark Hoff, Alisal, Dan Cunningham, Alisalg and Gary Hoffman, Fremont. sas ? I - 1- TROJA s ARE ces CHAMPS Alisal hoopsters dominated Central Coast Section tournament play this year as they swept victories over Leland High, 86-65, and Mitty High, 57-55. Coach Cork Haddan finished his third season as basketball coach at :Xlisal by producing a winning Varsity combination which surpassed all other previous endeavors for Alisal as well as the entire M. KL. The All-Tournament team found three members of the Alisal squad on the seven man contingent. Selected to the All-CCS team for the second year in a row, Mark Haddan was the only junior on the honor squad. Top honors of the tournament went to 6'l0,' senior Danny Cunningham as he landed a berth on the honor team as well as being named Most Valuable Player of the tournament. Rounding out the selections from Alisal was senior guard Mark Huff. Leland, entering the tournament with a 21-4 seasonal mark, was the first victim of Alisal's devastating cage attack. A tough encounter, the Leland basketballers put forth a courageouseffort, but were no match for Haddan, Huff, Cunningham, Steve jaurique, Dave Kendricks, and Robert Higgins. Ar the end of regulation play, the scoreboard showed an Alisal victory, 86-65. The second game paired the winner of the Fremont-Mitty game against the victorious Trojans. With Mitty' defeating Fremont 63- 54, Alisal knew that their challengers from the tough West Catholic League would be no push-over. Saturday night saw the tip-off at 8:30 in the Stanford Maples Pavilion going to Mitty High. This was the last time in the game in which Mitty had absolute possession of the game. With the game in Alisal hands, Mitty posed a constant threat pushing the heated battle into several ties, even as late as the final seconds of the fourth quarter. But the savior of the night was Robert Higgins who constantly drew fouls from the opposing team players and calmly deposited the charity throws with amazing ease. With the final showing 59-57 in favor al Alisal, the nets were unstrung and the team, a bit frenzied, took up the familiar chant of 'fWe're number one! n 22 226 I TRAMURAL SPORTS PROVIDES OO HOURE TERTAI ME Coach lVl0l'fK'llSOIl rl-vurds scorvs. lt's all mlm-. - i i,,,,,.,.,I N Sock it to 'Q-m, Fd! Randy Geissler fongratulatvs Gln-nn Ryburn aftcr a singles' victory. Where'd the ball go? Intramurals was an athletic program opened to all students who had fifth or sixth lunch period at Alisal. Many times the activities were co-ed and women seemed to derive as much pleasure out of volleyball and badminton as some of the men did. For instance, the championship volleyball team, the "Senior Spikers of '71', consisted of three females and three males. Also, there were several girls' badminton teams entered in competition. Tournaments were held for most sports, and, in the volleyball section, the champions were Kathy Souza, Debbie Shirrel, Linda Teague, Glen Ryburn, Ed Begun and Jim Moree. A trophy was presented to the winning team upon defeating the fifth period champs headed by Jeff Lear. Badminton found Randy Geissler as singles champion, having defeated Glen Ryburn in the finals. Doubles champions were Randy Geissler and Danny Cunningham. Coach Mortenson, co-ordinator of the intramural program, deserves many thanks for a job well done. Hsenior Spike-rsu submit stores Jim Moree scores a point. Kathy takes her turn FACULTY - VARSITY GAME A SMA HI G SUCCESS This ycar thc Varsity-Faculty baskcthall glamc can only ht- dcfim-cl as thc- most hilarious cxhihitiou c-vcr. Throughout thc gamc tht-rc wi-rc momcrits of humor as thc varsity hoopstt-rs allowcd their teachers to scorc a fcw points, hut only a few points. Thi- All-Star tc-am prow-cl tlicmsvlvcs victorious in tht- 1-ml as thcy walkt-cl to thc: showcrs with a warm, joyous ft-1-lingzmd a winning scorn- of 97 to 83. Sparking tht- wcll supported Faculty squad wi-rv such uotablcs as Coach Caspc-r, Coach lVlortcnsou, Coach Filicc, and Coach Russo, who toggc-thcr, contrihutcd to giyc the All-Stars a wt-ll orgganizt-cl thrcat. X I X I Coach Harlrlan gets rcacly to talu- tht- hasltcthall Q oach Nlortrusou argues with .-Xl f1Llfll'ITt'Z ahout thc- hall. lfp. up and away! Mama said therc'd be days likv this. A little pep is added. The winners are announced. Songleaders take a break. LISAL ROOTERS PROVE VICTORIOUS AT CCS PLAYOFFS Faithfully hacking up our varsity haskethall team as they rose to become CCS Champs, the Alisal High School rooting section claimed their portion of CCS honors as they won the Rooters' Trophy for the second year in a row. Uur varsity cheerleaders and songleaders were graded on spirit, enthusiasm, sportsmanship, and overall appearance. VVhite shirts and our stage hand helped to boost our rooting section to victory. Alisal topped all four rooting sections with a score of 57.77. 'lihe other scores were Fremont 52.43, Leland 49.89, and Nlitty 4-5.07. 1 i Flag girls give a show. Francis leads our crowd. We knew we could do it againl if ' awww-ti f.'- :ml u VOCATIO AL EDUCATIO PREPARE TUDE TS EOR FUTURE CAREER A segment of school life at Alisal High School that is rarely in the limelight is that of Vocational lfducation. This program provides immeasurable benefits to its participants in more ways than one. Fields such as nursing, carpentry, automotive mechanics, and retail merchandising, to name a few, were explored by the students. Besides allowing students to obtain some of their own money, it developed a sense of responsibility and understanding towards labor-mana ement relationshivs. it also act uainted many eonle A h 1 , D with the workings of the Federal lneome lax system as some people earned enough money in the course of their endeavors to qualify for the IRS. Under the guidance of Mr. Robert jones, the program has been expertly developed and carried out at Alisal. Wlorkirig closely with students and their employers, Mr. jones was able to establish a close rapport between the community businessmen and Alisal. Grades were earned according to employers' evaluations. Right: Moving heaxy equipment is a part of Larry Coyle-'s job at Sears. Bottom Right: james Cereniols future looks rosy at the Monterey Greenhouse. Bottom Left: Gretchen Kuepfer performs one of the mam tasks necessary to run a bank. wifi! O S an A Q 5 K sr ww if w APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT Name in Full - - My W W-Mm Address ,,.,.W.T,w., ,..M-T...,..,.H.4,.-T....+..H..Wm.....Mw..,,...M Age,M,WW.TW Birthday . . . Monihnmmwv, .,-Mm+,...,...A. YGUTW Are you cx citizen of the United States? Yes Q No fj Mcxrriedw -TNQ Single.,M,....11j Widowed,,M,.M,lj Divorcedw. 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Alisal St. 800 S. lVlain Street 422-9858 Berry's Flowers Your Personal Florist Since 1948 QUALITY 81 EXPERT DESIGNING FOR ALL OCCASIONS FRUIT GIFT PACKS 422 Salinas Street Salinas Calif. 424-4881 mer the fashion place Valley Center 930 S. Nlain Street Salinas Calif. 424-5748 CARPETS - DRAPERIES - C d 626 E.AIiSal WALL PAPER - DECORATING In ere 3 Salinas SERVICE 424-1503 . 1 ff 42 QJZMMS eww WWW Wfwfgy HNITZEL 711 E Allsal Street DER WIENERSC Hours IVIon Thurs 10 O0 AIVI to 1 00 AIVI Carlyle s Jewelers Quality jewelers for over 8 qU8I't6I' C9ntUl'Y STANLEY AND JAM ES SEEDNIAN 362 lVlaln Street 424 1246 Downtown Salinas FARNIER'S MERCANTI LE COMPANY WE SERVICE THE SALINAS VALLEY 721 Abbott Street, P.O. Box 1131 Salinas, California 93901 424-7383 Frl 84 Sat 10 OO AIVI to 3 O0 ANI DICK BRUHN'S 300 IVIain Street 424-0746 6 Take a tip-it's worth the trip to shop at Monte Mart 1030 E. Alisal Salinas 424-0455 PENINSULA OFFICE EQUIPMENT 213 !223 Main Street Salinas, California 424-2525 SALINAS HONDA Honda Triumph BMW Service and Parts Department Open 7 days a week 125 Monterey Street Salinas, California 424-1157 MONTEREY BAY PACKING COMPANY George S. deLorimier Castroville, California P.O. Box 1277 Phone 663 2443 663-2481 Q1 lo Pepe 7 Taco Qian -'-'N NH3 SERVICE COMPANY Open 11:00 A.M. FERTILIZERS '11:00 P.M. 701 E. Alisal Salinas, California Salinas, Calif. 945 Johnson Avenue 93901 424-5716 Phone Number 424-4347 Palo Alto Savings 81 Loan 425 Main Street 424.1321 ...someone you can depend on. A PE RSI-COLA You've got a lot to live I T Pepsi s got alot to give. BOTTLED LOCALLY BY PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF SALINAS INCORPORATED 135 Natividad Street, Salinas California 93901 UPON APPOINTMENT FROM PEPSI COMPANY, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 7 2 V 2 ' fan: HOLMAN'S TEXACO SERVICE Flay Holman Proprietor Pick up and delivery Giant Artichoke Fruit Stand and Drive-in restaurant in Castrovi I I e Specializing in French Fried 431 Abbott sneer Amchokes 422-2265 lg u fur ers .I J Mews WEAR I Sherwood Gardens W. P. "Bud" Parker Owner 965 N. Main Street Salinas, California 422-2448 ' PETTIGREW'S AUTO PARTS Automotive Parts Jobber and Machine Shop Louis Folette John Pettigrew Castroville, California 633-2431 RA LPH'S HAR DWARE and APPLIANCES Zenith Color T.V. Maytag Appliances 10614 Merritt Street Castroville 633-2430 ' Since View Wen 1912 WALLACE M EN'S WEAR S 81 H Green Stamps 328 Main Street il 424-4540 Salinas, California SCHVVINN BICYCLES 1' , AW Dick and Pat Rodgers Cycle Center of Salinas 317 W. Market Street Salinas, California 424-1723 fm Augie's exall ARTICHOKE Glass INDUSTRIES A Service with a Smile I J 5 uto I Way! Truck HARP S REXA LL 1 Plate Mm PHARMACY 11599 Walsh street Windows Free prescription D I' Castrovme August Amaral The stimfieetrlrat has I - everything Ca"fOm'a 42?cg7uiCsT4SQgf-342 380 E- Alisa' 422-2772 Harris Market 1025 Del Monte Avenue Brown's Real Estate in Salinas Looking for Real Estate Values? We have the home for you Real Estate Values Residential-Commercial Income-Industrial Multiple Listing Service Quick Action 81 Satisfaction Specialists in Residential 8: Income Sales Apartment Sales-Management 84 Rental Corner Harvest 84 S. Main FREE PAR KING Nationally Advertised Brands Eula Dahmer Owner Valley Center Salinas 422-9145 Salinas 904 Park Row gzarzeffa .fingmis Awgoflps BROWN'S Department Store Always S 84 H Green Stamps 320 N. Main St. 424-2205 CAMANY'S MARKET "We give S 8: H Green Stamps 1515 Second Ave Salinas California 551 S. Main Street 422-9888 GlN'S SUPE RNIAR KET Salinas, California 950 Sanborn Road Salinas 422-0841 40 Nick's Manger s Highway Market Upholstery Groceries Airplanes Fresh Meats Boats Fresh Produce Autos Furniture Nick Haro 84 Sons Owner 11394 Market St. Bill Manger Castroville Castroville California California 633-2002 633-2563 House Ima-Fira L'0MPA,W Ron and Kay Harmon AGRICULTURAL Owners CHEMICALS 320 W. Market Salinas, California 424-4843 Used Automobiles 322 E. Market Salinas California 422-5066 MWMM-MW DONUT DUNUT HOUSE HOUSE W THE BEST DONUTS ANYWHERE 888 E. Alisal Street Salinas California PORTER 81 IRVINE 307 Main Street 424-6434 Salinas Calif. 422-6266 STAN DAR D STATIONERS Office Machines Furniture Supplies 628 South Main Salinas California Phone Salinas - 424-1441 Monterey - 373-1891 or -W CTELL as X!! as 'Q CONGRATS TO THE CLASSY CLASS OF '71 ' lI'llIBI' harvestlm 55 fr. - B b F Ch Cgilugsg Bm o orgnone evron KRSA AM FM I COOPERIS I 1? G ATLAS TIRES , - TUBES Total Country Music DOWNTOWN . BATTERIES d Central Coast Carnation Fresh of Monterey St. Milk SI 'Ce California Cream Distributor 177 Williams Road I - Salinas, Calif. Salinas, Calif. Sahnas' Cam' 780 Saratoga 4228612 424-1428 422-8461 Salinas, Calif. 449-4680 T 1 1 l 1 I 1 I 'K,.g57e3Fu BOGGIATTO PACKING COIVIPANY HAIVII LTON HARDWARE Artichoke Specialists I Q" Paint M fl E. "Gene" Boggiatto P'Umb5n9 Garden Rentals 1 1779 Cypress Street - SERVICE - OUALITY - LOW PRICE - Castroville, California P O BOX 607 11 Williams Road Salinas, California 633-2486 422-8855 24 242 Rosemary Um COO K' S P H OTOG RA P H Y Jefferson Taylor Artichoke Drive-I n Restaurant ....... Artichoke lndustry Inc ...... Augie's Glass Shop ....... Berry's Flowers ........................... Boggiatto Packing Company lnc ........ Brown's Department Store ,....... Brown's Realty .................. Bud Parker's Men's Wear ....... Camany's Market ......... CarlyIe's Jewelers ............ Carnation Dairy Produce ....... Cinderella Carpets ........... Cycle Center of Salinas ......... Der Wienerschnitzel ........ Dick Bruhn's ............ Downtown Chevron ........ Empire Furniture ..................... Farmers Mercantile Company .... Forgnone Chevron .................... Gin's Supermarket ....... Green's Camera Shop ......... Hamilton Hardware ........ Harp's Rexall Drugs ........ Harris Market ........ HoIman's Texaco ......... House of Hardtops ....... lnter Harvest, lnc ............... Jeanette Lingerie Shoppe ......... Josten's .............................. Cook's Photography ........ ADVERTISEMENTS .......633-3204 ......422-6713 .......424-4881 633-2486 .......424-2205 .......422-9888 .......422-2448 422-3669 .......424-1246 449-4680 .......424-1503 424-1 723 ......424-4267 .......424-0746 .......422-8461 .......422-9858 424-7383 422-861 2 422-0841 .......424-5247 422-8855 ......422-7861 .......422-9145 422-2265 .......422-5066 422-6731 424-5486 Box 1247 Castroville 11599 Walsh St. Castroville 231 John 422 Salinas Box 607 Castroville 320 Main 551 S. Main 965 N. Main 1515 Second 362 Main 780 Saratoga 626 E. Alisal 317 W. Market 711 E. Alisal 300 Main 401 Monterey St. 801 E. Alisal St. 721 Abbott St. 177 Williams Rd. 950 Sanborn Rd. 350 Main St. 11 Williams Rd. 880 E. Alisal 1025 Del Monte Ave. 431 Abbott St. 322 E. Market 904 Park Row 353 Main St. 243 44 KRSA ..................... ...... Manager's Upholstery Shop ....... McDonald's .................................. Monterey Bay Packing Company ........ Monte Mart .................................. NH3 Service Company ........ Nick's Highway Market ....... Palo Alto Savings and Loan ....... Peninsula Office Equipment ......... Penney's ........ Pepe' Taco .......... Pepsi Cola Bottling Company ....... Pettigrew's Auto Parts ........ Porter 84 lrvine ....... Pu re Gro Company ................... Ralph's Hardware 81 Appliances ...... Salinas Honda ............... Sid's Department Store ....... Smucker's ............... Standard Stationers ...... Wallace Men's Wear ....... Winchell's Donut House ......... I 1 Tyfmf Buy-Build or Sell vflifsly Salinas Multiple Listing Service Office of the Year -------- Jim Reavis Broker-Builder-Real Estate 21 West Laurel Dr., Suite F 449-2486 424-1428 633-2563 422-6685 424-0455 424-5716 633-2002 424-1821 424-2525 424-5748 424-4347 424-3728 633-2431 424-6434 424-4843 633-2430 424-1 1 57 422-5348 424-2761 424-1441 424-4540 422-6266 10902 Speegle St. 840 E. Alisal Box 1277 Castroville 1030 E. Alisal 945 Johnson St. 11394 Market St. 425 Main St. 213-223 Main St. 930 S. Main St. 701 E. Alisal 135 Natividad St. 10865 Merrit St. 307 Main St. P.O. Box 1289 10614 Merritt St. 125 Monterey St. 832 E. Alisal 1275 Hansen 628 S. Main St. 328 Main St. 888 E. Alisal IN MEMORY UF ' B ANR PETER SAMUDIO RICHARD CAMPOS JULY 30, 1955 DECEMBER 10, 1955 FEBRUARY 6, 1971 FEBRUARY 6, 1971 WW if ffm ffM4f 4,fmfZwffWM74 A fain? ffm? WQWWQAJWW5 , gg-QL7 p Miz A W5 f 7707 fQLgf?6M4'LM'i04'Lf0 40-ffefq 52 if iL6 M6644 L ,l mba . 11.4 ,MM - is 4- H J ?'f57"?f4F7x ff W M iff NQ, dvcvfj MQW yuJwPL1'Jf'f?5J'E0'Q'm' WL bgollfk., .DMV-QJYM Limmfwmf I ,J ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS As Editor-in-Chief of the Trojan '71, I wish to offer my thanks tothe many hundreds of peopleiwho nnna Ennn I helped, me to produce a yearbook for the students of Alisal HiIghISchooI. I not only wish to thank the Iplewpho have helped me thisyear but also in the past three years of yearbook work. I I A7 a yearbook is not afone man joband the person to whom I Iwish to give the deepest of a , T y,y ourIad,yisor, lVlr.pglohn Angelo. Nlr. Angelo isa person whom ,I can't thankienough becauseihegIisjgitheporiel lrr It pnvvhog did enough worrying for the entire staff and pulled us through many tight situations. Oni behaifI, yearbook staff, I si,nLcereIyIIt,hanIk you,'INlr. Angelo. p I p p , ,, , I y, Ir I K elss I IppIp ishto jthank Da,rre,l,l,,,ii5oidds,pIyearbook representative f0lfMi3 yssy Ig ,faIiIled'toiIofferIfcon,tirruous advice and,enoouragement.II IlVI r. Genegtlones and,,IMr.,HIuIIrl lfi IIAI I iyyrssr Kogf' , Iifhoffograpliyf .Bob IRude,,,of' Dolly and Bobfs IPhotograIphy,,Mand NIr.,HubertQLIucl5 ' Thetography Iairgrieseyrve pmaIny,IthaInksI for pyil their photography vyo,rlgI.f Avery spgecQ3rI.rhanksIIIgaes rltl siipys I C2oo,kiofIIICoolffs Photography,Nlr.fCiookI spent Imany hourscapturying highlights of'Alisal,I-lighI5choIofI. iii 'iiiit ' ii ylys rlisi iii iii If I I A I I II A ' A liii llli I Kearney, hisiagministration'deserve lQ8flYi'lh3l1kS'if0lj, their cooperationnecessary to ppyy iti1eIiI 71. lli acuity, of Alisal High School deserves many thanks for ailowing staffersto I tili order to and meet production deadlines. , f I p I A I ippi I V are Ideliveredito Nlrs. Beverly David for her financial assistance and moraisupport in I iirr and revenues balance. I ' II p I I I I II 4, ,, yyii II f ipll. , .... ltl..Ilyp I arealso inorderi the merchants whoipurchased space in the Trojan '71 to show I support for llii our yearbook as well as our school: p I I , Airey I p iir.. I I ,I lgastibut notIIleasIt,, lowe my own special thanks to my yearbook staff.iRosemary Lim and Rita serve thehighest praise fortheir overall efforts for the publication asf well- as their own individual sections. lvlissjjisim, along1with'I-Ieide Hawes, deserve many thanksfors producing excellent classes sectionr R,itaIIII Nloralesl, aiongwwith Georgeanne Wenice, deserve much praise for IreI1 th eirproduction of the if-'ia,cciityIIIIsection,I Rich-Brad leyI did an excellent job this year in producing the Sports section. Bev Lively,San,d'ra,fTliompson and Cathy'aridI Jahna Henry Ialsokreceive my thanks for Activities, Organizations, and 'AdvertisernenfS:I II respectively.lThe student-photographers, Jefferson Taylor, Kathy Pettigrew, and Marsha Igwilliams, also p deserve thanks for their continual striving for photographic excellence Jeff Taylor deserves a specialsthanks iifhfor beingfthe only person who could stand me for four years. Thank you all very much. A I A A if im: ,,,,, 2 III Well, this is it--my last publication and my last year at a great schooI.,l will miss the school, our stimulating school ,publications pace, and above all, the people of this school as only an out-going Senior can feelthe, bittersweet, pains of graduation.,Thank you. J I I I y Ed Begun Editor-in-Chief p Trojan '71 Eli J, ZIrHI,II ,III I IVI, . Wim III1 K get VII W fr I II I I, I ,ki I4 I M, i 'l',i 'V A II ,,.. 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