Alisal High School - Trojan Yearbook (Salinas, CA)
- Class of 1974
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His warm hearted laugh is a sign that a true friend is near.
Basketball and football games. concessions, class playnites, rallies.
assemblies, Drivers' Education. commission meetings, . . . the list
of his dedication is unending. He is the driving force behind the
organization of our student government. His friendly and familiar
presence can always be seen, ready to advise, encourage. and
commend for a job well done.
The 1973-74 Trojan Yearbook staff proudly dedicates this
yearbook to you, Mr. Poulsen. not only for the hard-working effort
you have placed into our school, but for just being there when a
person needed a friend.
Mr. P., a man of many moods.. .
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Thinking back on the years here at AHS, both good and bad, and looking
ahead to the future, college, maybe even marriage, these and many more
things go through the mind of a Senior.
Leading the '74 class through its Senior year were Erik Stein, president.
Dave Banda, vice president, Mamie Sum. secretary and May Domalaog,
treasurer. Advisors for the class were Mr. Favero, Mrs. Frees, and Mr,
Romero. Activities throughout the year included: the Christmas Ball, Glass
Recycling, Childhood Reunion, Kite Flying, Fuzzerino Contest, Senior
Centennial, Graduation, the all night party and a fantastic trip to Disneyland.
All this and much more combined to produce the Might Class of '74.
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Fearless Senior Leader-Erik Stein.
Secretary for the class of '74-Mamie Sum.
Lori Adkins-"Baba"-pastime . . . writing letters to Fresno State and
looking for a iob . . . memories . . . Christmas Ball. Senior Prom.
All Nite Party '73, Seco. basketball games. football games. cold
days at baseball concessions . . . biggest accomplishment , . . Jos.
graduating in January '74 and going to Hartnell. learning to play
tennis without being aced . . . plans . . . hopes to transfer to State
College. then later to get married . .. activities , .. Ilios, Quill and
Scroll 3.4. Flaggirl 3.4, Powderpuff Football 1,
Frank Aguilera-"One finds many companions for food and drink,
but in a serious business a man's companions are few." - Elegies
Louis Aguirre-"When ioilsome contests have been decided good
cheer is the best physician. and songs. the sage daughter of the
Muses. soothe with their touch." -Nemean Odes
Christina Akers-Utunafish. honuapastime being with friends.
reading, driving my bug ,, , memories , ,. James. Dale. Martha.
and Debbie, arguing with friends and teachers, Auto Shop 'l.2,3,4.
being a go-between with Jerry . .. plans . . . to become a nurse
. . , activities . .. G.A.A., Library Guild.
Javier Alcocer-pastime sports memories Richard,
Willie, ASB ViceAPresident, Varsity Basketball plans
college . . , activities . . Basketball 'l.2.3.4.
Ernest Amparano-pastime . , . just hanging around listening to the
radio. sports . , . memories . . . Wegee, remembers night school
Football. Junior playnite, M.D,'s house . plans to work in
Forestry then travel and take life head on activities Alisal
Duane Anderson-"Not every truth is the
better for showing its lace undisguised.
and often silence is the wisest thing for a
man to heed,"
Leslie Anderson-"Lyn or Andy"-pastime
. ,. just being with Danny, going Qin with
crazy friends. swimming, practice
memories ,. . Red Vest Pizza, Christmas
Ball 1.2.3, Prom '72, Baseball Queen,
camp and afterwards putting up signs. all
those cold game nights biggest
accomplishment Danny. finding the
best "doc" anyone could have plans
to live and love my life with Danny
while working my way to become a
Physical Therapist , , , activities ...
Fiaggiri 3,4, French Club 3, c S.F. 2,
Renaissance 2. Drama 2.
Suzanne Anderson-"Suzie"-pastime , , , likes to read, go places,
sew . . . memories , , . being with lriends. beginning of Freshman
year. D, Rice, Senior Christmas Ball plans ,. to attend
Hartnell and work , ,. activities . . . statistician 2.3, llios secretary
2.3, Band president 4, Girls' Swimming. GA A.. Band l,2.3.4.
Liz Arias-"Gratitude is a fruit of great cultivation: you do not find in
among gross people."
Sharon Andrus-"Funny Face"-pastime . .. riding my horse and
roping . .. memories . . . summer '73.lairs. King City '73, P.S., the
broken leg. hug brothers. cowboys corner at the bank. San Luis
Obispo Rodeo. Sand City. San Antonio Lake. Arroyo Seoo ..
biggest accomplishment . .. making it through my Senior year
without losing my mind . . . plans , . . to attend Fresno State to
major in nursing. eventually get married activities Girls'
Swim Team 'l,2.3.4. G.A.A 'l.2.3.4. F FA 1.2,3,4. Student Store
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Alma Armenta-"Clara"-pastime . , . likes Mexican Folklore dance
.,. memories . . , Mr McGraw's class. Soccer, summer school '72
. .. biggest accomplishment , . . learning English . . . plans . . to
go to college and be a nurse. get a part time job
Jo Ann Elagnoli-"Jo"-pastime , , working
.. memories , .. watching M72 out on
the fields. breaking chains behind Baby
News. wrecking my car. past experiences
... biggest accomplishment ,,. Clint,
being crowned Miss North Monterey
County .. plans become a dental
hygemst, go to Europe for one summer.
Karen Bailey-"EettIe"Apastime not
staying home memories ,, .
embarrassing the lile out of Fat because ol
FLT. and M D and making Deb red
because of "sawed oil" biggest
accomplishment .. . making it through
last summer plans to get away
and find a hiding place to go to college . , .
activities Quill and Scroll 3.4. F.S.A.
Jennie Arde-"One race there is of men. one ol Gods. but from one
mother we both draw our breath."
Julie Azzopardi-"Jul"-memories . . . guy with the knickers, - all the
times l almost wrecked. the time I did wreck-. "Roach Coach."
Pelone's frog-squad ol '73, "live-dalla-moon-light. '73 Bum
biggest accomplishment . . trying out lor songleader and making
it, being nominated lor football homecoming Oueen. Larry lSmedel
, .. plans to attend business college activities
Thespians1,2. Films Club 2, Songleadmg 3,4, F.S,A, 4,
Seniors- 1 9
Jeff Baker-"Jeff"-pastime . . working on automobiles ..
memories attending Alisal's games. spending .. biggest
accomplishment , .. Lisa, receiving an over-abundance of school
credit . , , plans , . . attending an Arizona Automotive Institute in
Glendale. Arizona for one year, later return to California to be an
automobile mechanic . activities . .. Football llasted all of one
weekll. Humeroom Representative.
Leticia Banuelos-"Lett"-pastime . . , getting with the gang. Evelyn.
Becky. Blanche. and Eva . . . memories . . being in the walk-out
last year, Ismael, planning activities for M A,Y O land being in the
activities last year . . plans . . to go to San Jose Stale or maybe
Mexico to study, get married and maybe get a rob . . . activities
... G.A A, M A V O . Soccer Club, Karate Club
Irene Ballesteros-"A thought is often original. though you have
uttered il a hundred times."-
Lori Barnes-"I do my thing, and you do your thing. I am not in this
world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world
to live up to mine. You are you, and I am I. and if by chance we find
each other, it's beautiful." -Fredrick S. Perls,
Evelyn Earrierttos-"Everybody likes and
respects self-made men lt is a great deal
better to be made in that way than not to
be made at all " AHoImes
Evelyn Batara-"It is difficult to make a man
miserable while he feels he is worthy of
himself and claims kindred to the great
God who make him " -Address
Victor D. Banda-"Super Mex". "Dave"-pastime favorite
pastime. Karate practice. joking rt up with friends, cutting with Erik.
spending money, dragging Main, reading comic books
memories . . . San Antonio, Round Table. the girls. Jamboree . , .
biggest accomplishment . , , being head usher at '73 graduation
. plans to attend Hartnell for two years then transfer to
U C S E. and major in Psychology, see the work I live in ..,
activities , ,. Karate 'l,2,3, Films Club 1,2,3,4, vice-president of
Senior class, president of Films Club 4
Dave Barragan-pastime . . . going partying . . memories . , .
receiving B 545,000 check from my insurance agent, Rosie. getting
my car plans . to live in Salinas and get a job activities
. .. Football 2, Wrestling, lllns. Football Club.
Marvin BeIeuf'0ne rarely errs if extreme actions be ascribed to
vanity. ordinary actions to habit, and mean actions to fear,"-
Patricia Bernal-"And each must make. ere life is flown, a stumbling
block or a stepping stone." -Sharpe
Martha Berglin-"Our destiny exercises its influence over us even
when. as yet, we have not learned its nature: it is our Future that
lays down the law of our today." -Nietzsche
Penny Bingham-"Good will is the mightrest practical force in the
Denise Bolin"'Niecie"-pastime ...
jogging. talking to and getting to know
people memories '73 Prom
biggest accomplishment turning 18
, .. activities ... G.A.A, l,2.3. C.S F
t,2,3.4, Speech and Debate 1, Track 1.2.
Junior class secretary .. plans to
attend college. travel and enyoy life.
rem Bozzo-"Bo-Bo"-pastime playing
tennis and watching boys , .. memories
, . receiving a trophy for runner-up in a
doubles City Tournament in Salinas during
the summer . . , biggest accomplishment
. ,. being on the honor roll . . . activities
... G.A,A. Tennis 1.2.3,4. Basketball
l.2.3.4. Volleyball 220.127.116.11. Softball 12.3,4,
Track3 . . . plans . . to go to college,
Mary Bernal-"I want to teach men the sense of their existence.
which is the Superman, the lightning out of the dark cloud man."
Jean Luc Bodson-"Freebee"-pastime . . . reading. listening to
classical and modern music, skiing everywhere , ,. memories . . .
Willie, Tom, Javier, and Richard. the visit to Harvard. skiing at Lake
Tahoe, going to Vermont with Willie. cable cars and San Francisco
. .. activities . . . French Club 4, Ski Club 4, A.F.S., Swimming 4,
C.S.F. 4, . . . plans to become a University Journalist and to
travel in Europe with Tom, Roger, and Willie.
Fay Bradshaw-"Babe"-pastime concerts. listening to good
music, mellow people . . memories ,. . nomination lor Football
Queen, Jamborees. four years as a cheerleader, Buck's Lake. the
GANGS oarhos. BUMPER roxy, oooory ooo . . biggest
accomplishment learning to accept all the criticism that
unknowing people give activities .. . J,V, Cheerleader 1,2.
Varsity Cheerleader 3.4. Head Cheerleader 4. Yearbook 2.3.4.
Journalism 3.4, Quill and Scroll 3.4. Track Interest 2.4, lllos 2,4.
, ,. plans . . . to move to Monterey. attend MPC and stay around
mellow people, live llle as lt comes!
Gloria Bravo-"Glory"-pastime ,. . going our with
lrlenos. reading and talking with "friends" on the
phone lor long periods of time . . . memories .. ,
going on lleld trips to SF with old friends, family
"got togethersf' sharing my problems and
satisfying experiences with Irma and being with
Xavier . . biggest aooomollshmonr oorng on
the honor roll and graduating plans ro
attend college, get a job. and get married
Martha Brarnmers"MJ"-pastime going to church and having
lun ... memories ... my Junior year ,. biggest accomplishment
. .. getting a job and making lx through high school , , , activities
.,. Drama, Band . plans ,, to get a good job that pays good
Richard Brannon-"Frsh'1oastime , . trylngtohno
out the dillerence between boys and girls .
memories .. swimming. going to Seco, Janette,
having my picture taken with Mr. McLaughlin for
being his lavorite student. Christmas Ball.
throwing Picklerd in the swimming pool . .. plans
Community College, take two years of Law
Enforcement. then go on to Highway Patrol
Academy and become a CHP
Randy Brannon-pastime gooling oll. going to the races.
relaxing . .. memories . ,. going to all the lootball and basketball
games, quitting E's Ranch . . biggest accomplishment . . . buying
my "Cuda," shaving. not getting speeding tickets . .. activities . . .
Swimming. Unlsons Club . plans .., to go to Hartnell. work at
Sears, become a lireman
Karen Briggs-"No cord nor cable can so forcible draw, or hold so
fast. as love can do with a twined thread," - Burton
Wayne Budds"Budd"fpastime working on my car
memories my Freshman year, summer of '73, Susanne
biggest accomplishment . . . doing Harvey in the school play and
graduating , . . plans . . . to work after graduation and to possibly
Rosemary Calderons"Rose, Cal"-memories . , . Carmel Beach,
"Roach Coach," jamming with Jul, all right, frig. lar-out, Junior year.
Shirley's parties. Ah Enchilada's, Humble Pie, smoking . . . biggest
accomplishment ,. . getting a job I really liked . . . activities . . .
B.A.A,, G,A.A.. Films, F.S,A. , . . plans . , , to work after graduation
and to possibly leave Salinas
Robert Ceralde- One father is more than a hundred masters,"
Ernie Camacho-"Worm"-pastime going to Ernie A's house
after school . ,. memories walking along the beach with a
good friend, Flock . . , biggest accomplishment ... finding my girl
at a party with another guy . . . activities . . , Football, Baseball.
Tennis. Basketball, plans trying to forget bad memories
and live a good life,
Matt Carothers One sword keeps another in the sheath Herbert
Jackie Cerna-"There is an hour wherein a
man might be happy all his life, could he
find it." -Herbert
Armando Chacon- Nie to"-pastime
Standing In the hall . .. memories .. .
cutting school. Debbie biggest
accomplishment making it through
high school in three years plans
go to college,
Hernando Chavez-"The greatest minds are capable ofthe greatest
vices as well as of the greatest virtues " -Descartes
Neomi Chavez-"The first precept was never to accept a thing as
true unrll I knew lt as such without a single doubt " -Descartes
Jonetta Chenea-"Jo"-pastime ,. . water skiing. Tennis. horseback
riding, motorcycle riding . . biggest accomplishment . . . getting
to school on time ... memories .., when Alise was skiing and
Susie gave her a hard time plans attend Hartnell then
transfer to San Jose State activities Band 1,2,3,4, Quill
and Scroll 2.14, G.A.A, l.2.3.4. Homaroom Representative 2
Louis A Chinn-"AI"-memories ,,, Long Beach, Htlrsley, Foreman
biggest aeeernpllshrnent staying awake during all the
Social Studies classes , , , plans . . attend Hartnell and be good
at nothing . activities .. Band 1,2,3,4, California Wnter2,3.4,
lnok Choi-"All things are artificial, for nature is the art of God
Gerald Collins-"Were the happiness ol the
next world as closely apprehended as the
feliclties ol this, lt were a martyrdom to
Jim Corbett-"Happiness is essentially a
state of going somewhere
wholeheartedly " -Sheldon
Jerry celeernentenes . . . rnalnng tt as Football captain . . . biggest
accomplishment ,, Belinda, working and making it through all
lour years ol high school . . plans , . go to Hartnell and start a
career ln Dralttng
Steven Crain-"Learning hath gained most by those books by which
the primers have lost " -Fuller
David Dew-"Desperate by too quick a sense ol constant inlellcltyf'
William Cunningham-"Our virtues are most frequently but vices In
disguise " -Rocheloucauld
Alice Deome-"He knows a universe. and himsell he does not
Ed Elkins-"Ed"-pastime working on
cars memories working as
manager for all the sports . plans . . . to
attend Hartnell .. activities .. Football
2.3.4, Basketball 3.4. Track 2.3.4.
Florence Ellevan-pastime talking to
people. gymnastics ... biggest
accomplishment ... Richard. M W., LM..
F S. going away to San Jose State ..
memories .. going with Richard. llios.
Wrestling meets and tournaments,
Basketball games. Marty . . plans ,. . to
goto San Jose State. major in Accounting
activities .. . GAA. 'l.2.3,4, C.S.F.
1.2. Ilios 2.3.4. Films Club 2.3.
Carol Davis-"Nothing prevents our being natural so much as the
desire to appear so." -Rochefoucauld
Lerma Domingo-"A man will turn over hall a library to make one
Teresa Fannlng-"Terry"-pastime going places with Viv and
getting into trouble, Glenn, graduating . . , memories . , Football
and Basketball games. Junior playnight plans gn to
Hartnell and get married activities G,A A,. Tennis.
Grace Fong-"I desire no future that would break the ties of the
Eva Ferreira-"The best way to break a habit is to drop it," -Aikman
Robert Fonner-"The object of education is to prepare the young to
educate themselves throughout their lives." -Hutchins
boywatching. Bobby, DC, K,S, SK.,
M M,, E B. . . . favorite saying ,. "There
have been so few people who really
understand: l don't apologize for being so
hard to know," .. memories San
Antonio Lake, Alameda, Gregg, beach
parties plans travel, marry
Roy Gare-a-"Ray"-pastime playing
sports with my friends biggest
accomplishment making it to the
twelfth grade memories , .. coming
into Alisal High in my Junior year from
Gonzales High and watching the Alisal
Basketball team . . . plans . . . get a good
job and no field work!
Pat Flores-"You are not mature until you expect the unexpected,"'
Steve Forest-"Gunkie"-pastime parties memories
meeting Jessie, Doug's parties . . , plans . . . go to Hartnell then
on to another college . . activities . . . Football 1,2,3,4. Track 34.
German Club 3.4, Films Club 3,4
Rose Mane Garcia-"Rose"-pastime . . . meeting people and going
places . . . memories . ,. working at Ford Ord hospital and General
Hospital , . . biggest accomplishment graduating mid-term
,,. plans . , . to go to college and study to become an RN and
travel . . , activities , ,. Health Careers, Girls' Glee
Debbie Garner-pastime riding around, talking on the phone,
and going out , .. memories Seco with T.D., H.M. ... plans
... to take life as it comes . . . activities . , , Mayo Club, GAA 1.
Bill Giannotti-"The Whap"-pastime
hunting, fishing and GIRLS , ,. memories
... Jana , ,. plans . ,. to go to work full
Lupe Gilpas-"Lupe"-pastime going
out with D.P, and talking to D.P, on the
phone. watching T.v memories
our sophomore playnight, meeting David
and my first high school years , plans
, , . to get married soon ,,. activities . . .
Mayo Club 'l,2,3,4
Anthony Gerbic-"People who invite trouble always complain when
it accepts " -Olinghouse
Guadalupe Gomez-"To learn something new. take the path that
you took yesterday." -Burroughs
Gregg narratives to be with everybody, . . memories ..,
homecoming game '73, concessions at games biggest
accomplishment . .. getting an "A" in drafting after 3 years ..
plans . .. to go to college then goin the Air Force .. . activities , , .
Electronics Club, Rifle Club. Films Club. Tennis Team.
Tiburcio Gomez-"T-bird, Butch"-pastime .. participating in
sports. having a good time memories the gang.
intercepting passes in Salinas and North Salinas games, Camp
Royal gang and making new friends . . . plans . . . go to college.
get a iob and take things as they come . . . activities .. Football
1.2.3. Baseball 1.2.3.
Tina Harlan-"A real test of willpower is to have the same ailment
someone is describing-and not mention it." -Crowe
theatre plays. set construction. etc. and
cast parties . ,. memories . . . the trip to
Ashland. Oregon, "Guys 'n Dolls," "Bald
Soprano," "You Can't Take It With You,"
rehei-JYSBIS and Cas! partreslll . . biggest
accomplishment . . . working in the drama
department here at Alisal for 4 years
without going completely nutsl . plans
to attend Humbolt State College for
two years, and then 3 years at UCLA for
Masters in Theatre Arts, then go into the
theatre professionally activities ..
Thespians 'l.2.3.4. FSA 3.4. folk dancing
group under Miss Little, Mascot 3. NHS
1.2,3,4, worker for the JRXSR prom.
Michael Halelberg-"The luck of having
talent is not enough, one must also have a
talent for luck " -Berlioz
Ruben Gonzales-"All mankind is divided into three classes: those
who are immovable: those who are movable, and those who
Bruce HarlandA"Harland"-pastime being with Becky and
friends, M,C.. CB.. T,S, R.N, and having fun and drinking
Becky . . . memories . . . Friday nights at the chow with Becky and
getting in the house without getting caught biggest
accomplishment passing Mr. Baxter's History class and
finishing our movie in Mr. Curran's class ,. . plans . . . get a steady
job and settle down with Becky Wildon . . . yeah!
Beth Henry-pastime , , . taking long walks, riding my bike, Richard,
Pennie . . . memories . . , lirst meeting Richard. Prom of '73 . . .
plans . . . to marry Richard Rogers, have lun with the one I love. go
to work, and have kids!
Virginia Hernandez-"The human body is a watch, a large watch
constructed with skill and ingenuity " -Mettrie
Cindy Hernandez-"Cindy"-pastime going partying, riding
around, getting to know people , ,. biggest accomplishment , ,
Raul. passing Hale's history class, graduating early, getting out ol
English memories Chicano Walk-out, summer ol '73,
Senior year, Ecology, Ken's Pizza . , plans , . goto Hartnell. get
a job. move into a place of my own activities . . . M A,V,O.
Anna Herrera-memories . trying my hardest to get first place in
Track, winning second place with Jackie in the King and Queen ol
Hearts Dance '73 . . . biggest accomplishment . . . Gary. finishing
school at mid-term. getting trophies in Track . , , plans . . . to work
, . activities , , . M,A,Y,O 2,3, Track 23,4
crocheting, cooking, driving, babysitting
... biggest accomplishment , .. learning
to type, learning to take shorthand,
operating certain types of business
machines, graduating . ,. memories . . .
'73 Jamboree. Long Beach with the Band
. .. plans . . . to graduate, work at a good
Christie Hopperfaeauty in things exists in
the mind which contemplates them."
Eddie Hernandez-"Ed"-pastime drinking, girls biggest
accomplishment graduating plans to become a
Gregory Hilliker-"Baby Bear, Santa Claus"-pastime . . going to
the show, Bowling . . biggest accomplishment Denise,
passing Baxter's History class memories drinking in me
parking Icit, being with friends at school plans ,. go to
college, work lor Sears . . . activities ,. Football 1,2.3,4, Drama
Terry Hunsaker-"Man is born free. and everywhere he is in chains."-
Barbara Hughey-"Custom, then, is the great guide of human lila."'
Kevin Hursh-pastime . . . running, handball. tennis , . . memories
.., parties, summer ol '73, Jumor Year, 3 in one night .,. plans
to attend Hartnell for 1 or 2 years, then on to a college or
University, work activities Cross Country 1.2.3. Track
12.3, Wrestling 3. CSF 3.4. Films Club 1.2.3.
Larry Ingram-"The right of conquest has no foundation other than
the right of the strongest." -Rousseau
Linda Jeantroutf"Trust that
man in nothing who has not a
conscience in everything," -Sterne
Nancy Jeska-"The things we know best
are the things we have not learned."-
Dan Jones-pastime . .. dragging Main
memories fighting to pass
American History, racing biggest
accomplishment . . . graduating . . . plans
, .. to go to a trade school part-time and
Fred Jeska-"What makes men happy is liking what they have to do.
This is a principle on which society is not founded." -Helvetius
Karen Kimmel-"Punchin"'-pastime being a cowhick
memories , . . Monterey lair, Big Week, J P, K,A,, EE, and Zabald
Road. cowboys corner. Seco, Chel's party . .. plans . . . goto work
and then on to college ... activities . . . F.F,A. l.Z.3,4. Rodeo lor
eight years, Man Hunting 1,2.3.4,5.
Susan Krentz-"An act against the Constitution is void: an act
against natural equity is void." -Otis
Jody Kirby-"Where ask is have. where is lind, where knock is open
Douglas Kuepfer-"Doug"-pastime . . . running, hunting, Handball.
girls . . . memories . . . San Antonio, the "wreck", Ken's. Soquel
Invitational, broken collar bone, lunch table. Toro park JC,
watermelon run, making it to Region 4 plans . . . to attend
Hartnell College then a State College activities Cross
Country 2.3. Track 2,3. German Club 11.3, Films Club l,2,3.4,
Political Awareness 2.
Monroe Lawson-"That virtue which
requires to be ever guarded is scarce worth
the Sentinel." -Goldsmith
Yvonne Lewis-pastime . . . riding my len-
speed . . . memories . . . being a student
at Alisal and enjoying every minute ol it
. .. plans . . . travel and see the U.S.. then
decide about getting married.
Susan Korth-"ll is better that ten guilty persons escape. than one
innocent suffer," -Blackstone
David Langley-"Dave"-pastime being with Gaye someplace
special . . . memories , . . the day I met Gaye and how my lile has
changed since then . .. biggest accomplishment . . . passing US
History and graduating ,,. plans , . . to get married and spend the
rest ol my life with the girl l love activities New
Renaissance Club 3.4.
Cynthia Lim-"As much of heaven is visible as we have eyes to see"
Leonel Longoria-"Thar same philosophy is a good horse in the
stable, but an arraut jade on a journey," -Goldsmith
Steve Locke-pastime . , , driving my car plans . . to continue
education activities Swimming 1,2,3,4, Films Club 3,4.
Laura Loomis-"Laurie"-pastime .., dragging Main, flower
arranging. meeting people , , biggest accomplishment . . . Teen
Board, graduating , , , memories , , December 29. Twirci dance,
E.B., Placerville, Alman Brothers, Princess Camp. Sweet Sixteen.
Christmas. SPD, Alan .., plans ., goto Hawaii-breaking the ties.
being happy , , , activities . . . G.A.A
Aurora Lozada-"The concessions of the
weak are the concessions of fear." -Burke
Thomas Luzod-pastime motorcycles,
cars and music , . memories . , , going to
the band reviews. parades, Long Beach.
Nevada City ,, activities . , Band
1,2,3.4. Pep Band 1.2
Sherry Lockhard-"Cher"-pastime , , . John , , . memories , ,
'When l was a Freshman, it was my best year." in the beginning ol
the year when I was really down and had the blues, John came
along and ever since I have been happy . .. biggest
accomplishment . . . graduating and traveling around to places . . .
plans to go out on my own and become independent. lor
myself. and to move out of Salinas! lI'm tired of itll .,. activities
, .. Tennis 2,3
Stanley Lowe-"Stan"'pastime , , , analyzing and probing through
electronic equipment, listening to stereophonic music. skiing,
reading ,. . memories . . . skiing, Mrs McNeeley. Chemistry,
talking with Mr. Foreman ., biggest accomplishment
learning how to use tact , , , plans . . . go to college. graduate and
do graduate work activities . . N.H S 2,3,4. CS F 'l,2,3,4,
Checkers' Club 'l,2, Unlsons Club 1, Band 1
Nick Leyva-"The march ol the human mind rs slow." -Burke
Lucio Maldonado-"The people never give up their liberties but
under some delusion " -Burke
Shirley Maciasfturtle''-pastime . . . going to Rock Concerts in S F
and being with my friends . . . memories ,. running away during
Easter vacation with the "family," J C., H P, A R , M O. , plans
to go to San Jose State and become a photographer
activities , ,. Mayo Club 1,2.3,4, pres 3, Ski Club 4.
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Samson Mante-"Sam"-pastime , card games memories
. .. switching schools between my sophomore and rumor year ,
plans . . . to go tothe service
Olelra Marquez .., memories
attending the Coronation of the Soccer
Queen 1973 . . , biggest accomplishment
passing government plans . . to
become a cosmetologrst.
Danny Martinez-"There never was a bad
man that had ability for good service 'f-
Randy Mai-pastime , . going camping memories Danny.
Mike. Pam . , biggest accomplishment making it to 12th
grade plans . to move to Arkansas and live it up ..
activities , , , bowling, football
Angie Marquez-pastime . . , going out with friends, or a lriend and
having a gona time . memories Freddie. my sophomore
year. being with my best friends, Lynda, Lorie, Shirley, Judy and
Irene biggest accomplishment making it through high
so-00: with so many rms people . . . plans . . . going to college and
trying to better myself and try to help people who are in need , , .
activities Mayo Club 'l,2,3.4. FSA 1, llros 2,3.
Margaret Martinez-"People will not look forward to posterity who
never look backward to their ancestors " -Burke
Mario Mazzuca-pastime . ,. being with people . . . memories , ,.
the Jamboree all lour years biggest accomplishment
graduating plans . .. to ga to college
Martha McCommons-"Peanut-Dinky"-pastime . . . talking with my
friends. watching Football and .... l ,. , memories ,. , Football
games. Christmas. period 5 and 6 lunches. the night we papered
Dale's house. James. Tina, Dale. ! . . biggest accomplishment
, . , learning to be me instead of a reflection of others .. . plans
,. , to attend Hartnell, get a job. to travel . . activities . . , Library
Kathy Mclntrre-pastime ,. messing around with Paula, Bruce.
Brent. and Steve . . . memories , .. homecoming football game.
Steve . , . biggest accomplishment . , passing all my classes and
graduating a semester early , ,, plans . . . get married and attend
Ed Mendoza-"The only new thing that ever enters into this world is
human personality." -Ernest F Scott
Lloyd Morish-"You can never plan the
luture by the past " -Burke
weight lifting and playing tackle football
with the guys memories
Jamboree's, alter the games, Cherry Tart.
Cheryl , ,. biggest accomplishment . , ,
playing on the 72-73 city champ Football
team plans to gow enilegeenloy
lile activities Baseball 1. Football
l.2,3.4, Football Club 'l,2,3,4, lllios 4.
Charles Menezes-''Chuck"-pastime . . . living . . . memories , , ,
the '73 Homecoming Football game, bring the carpet ofl the grass.
Greg lell and all the people laughed ... plans ,., live life to its
fullest and enjoy it,
Lynn Moore-pastime . . . listening to music, talking with friends.
just being with people l like .. . memories , . . going to Long
Beach, my sophomore year ... plans ,,. to work for the
telephone company. later get married activities Band
David Mosely-"Moses" .. pastime ... draggin' Main, looling
around at Sherwood Park , . , memories ,. . getting busted at the
bridge, the party at the stables, Rare Earth concert. Seca. going to
Carmel with Sunshine , , . biggest accomplishment . . . meeting
Sunshine ... plans ... to buy a van and iam all over the country
with Sunshine in it, have lour billion kids, maybe even get married
.. activities . . . Checkers' Club 23.4. Unisons 2,3,4, Trojan
Audrey Nelson-"Sweet at the thoughts that savor ol content the
quiet mind is richer than a crown," -Robert Greene
Connie Nelson-"All men that are ruined, are ruined on the side their
natural propensities " -Burke
Becky Novoa Becky pastime riding
around in my old Falcon Ford. going to
weddings and Ouinciameras
memories Sophomore playnight, the
window, lunch, friends, hanging around
with Lupe biggest accomplishment
,.. graduating early, winning-the Cinco de
Mayo Queen contest for Mayo Club ,.
plans . to take lile as it comes ..
activities . . . Mayo Club 'l,2.3,4,
working, going to games, traveling
memories winning ccs, placing zna
at CCS. my past three years at Alisa! ...
biggest accomplishment Ron,
climbing a mountain at Alpina Lake,
traveling through California last summer,
getting to the 12th grade . . . plans .. , to
go ta SJS College, study ,. , activities , ,
GAA l, Basketball 1. Track.
Gloria Munoz-"The only thing necessary lor the triumph of evil is
lor good men to do nothing " -Burke
Bob Nichols"'War its thousands slaysg Peace, its ten thousands."
Irma Olvera-"Say Something Oima"-pastime . .. living life. reading
hooks. dancing commas, and experiencing new adventures, Glory
, , memories . . all the days of the years spent in school. each
day had something unique and so very special about it . biggest
accomplishment ., tolerating a certain persons injustices.
eruelties. ana abnormalities , plans . become fully
independent and travel . activities . . . Spanish Club 2, GAA 2.
Mayo Club 3,
Lorraine Osborn-"ll you are mediocre and you grovel. you shall
succeed " -Beaumarcnais
Elizabeth Ortega- Liz -pastime , , going places with friends in my
lreshman year, Rudy . , , biggest accomplishment , graduating
early ,. , plans . . . graduatework. and travel
Rosa Ortiz-''VilIagas"-pastime studying. Terri memories
. . gust going back and looking at my four years ,. biggest
aocumpltshment . . . finishing my Your years and being proud of it
, . plans ,. . geta job right away . ,. activities , . . ALFSH.
Susan Ow-"Discipline is the sould of an army. It makes small
numbers lormtdable, procures success to the weak. esteem to all
Rose Page-"gypsy, Smtlie"-pastime . . . meeting and talking with
different people, Tennis, Football, and Basketball, my shadow . . .
memories ,,. tennis match at Hartnell and dragging Alisal St, with
Mrs Mortensen to get there, retail rnercnenaieing and Dick
Bruhn's, P E . Senior Class of '74 . , , biggest accomplishment . ,.
overcoming my shyness . . plans . . . get a job and stick around or
go in the Air Force and get out of here . . . activities . . Tennis
Adele Parise-"Max, Dill Pickle"-pastime
playing tennis, listening to music.
reading a good book, talking with friends,
people memories entering Alisal
as a Freshman, watching the snowflakes
lall during 7th period last year during
Christmas time .., biggest
accomplishment graduating from
Alisal. making many great friends. not
losing all of the tennis matches this year
, .. plans . . . go to college. work, enjoy
life and eventually get married
acdvities ,. . Tennis 1,2,3,4,
Lonnie Parker-memories .,. being
manager ol JV in my sophomore year .. ,
biggest accomplishment . . , graduation.
Lonains Parker-"An illusion which makes me happy is worth a
verity which drags me to the ground " -Wieland
Rozelena Pena-"Rosie"-pastime-Football games and school
dances .. memories .. my Freshman year ,. biggest
accomplishment becoming a senior .. plans .. go to
college and travel as much as possible . . , activities . . Basketball
1.2, Hockey l,Volleyball 2, Health Career 1
Linda Pena-"To be not as eloquent would be more eloquent." s
Grace Perez-"The happiness ol society is the end ol government " -
Cheryl Pendergrassvpastime ,.. dirt riding-motorcycles,
swimming, Barb, Lori, Liz. A,J. . , memories . . government,
going to Santa Cruz with Barb and A,S., splitting 3rd period, seeing
Neil Voung .. plans get a Porsche. be an Architect, live a
good life with James and make him happy
Mike Peterson-"Peterson"-pastime . , .
Lily Perez-"Our sympathy is cold to the relation of distant misery " -
watching girls, going to horse races,
passing History msmsiiss 2nd
period government plans work
Activities . . . Football 1
Karen Pettigrew-pastime . . . drawing and
horseback riding, Steve . , . memories . . .
Prom, Junior year, singing class, February
is aria July zo, 1973 ... biggest
accomplishment . , . becoming a senior
and being secretary ol Asa ... pisiis ...
get married and became a bank clerk . ..
activities . . . singing and Unisons Club
2,3,4. ASB Officer 4,
Roxine Potts-memories . . messing around and meeting new
people , .. biggest accomplishment ,., not falling asleep in class
plans to become a teacher activities GAA,
Ecology. French Club 3. Classical Films 1. CSF 2
Gene Pugnier-"Gene Machine"-pastime . parties. Basketball
memories ice arena. tourney, Janice . biggest
accomplishment , making it all the way rn three years . . plans
to live in Salinas .. activities ,. Cross Country 1.2,
Basketball 1.2,3. Track 1.2
Barbara Powell-pastlrne . ., parties with friends, going to the lake
. , memories , ,. Max, parties gone past, lake wrth friends . . ,
biggest accomplishment getting a new car. working at the
Bank of America. meeting new friends and graduating . . . plans
,.. banking career . activities , , . Ilios. Statistician, Attendance
Willie Pura-"Suspicion is the companion of mean souls, and the
bane of all good society." -Paine
wrestling, driving lcruisinglr being with
Janie . . , memories meeting Janie,
being on a champion wrestling team . . .
biggest accomplishment finally
realizing who l am and what my part in life
is all about . . . plans to go to college. to
get a good iob and get married
activities Ilios 2.3. Wrestling 2.3,4,
Gymnastics 2. Track 1. Cross Country 1,2.
Mary Ramos-Like a bird singing-in the rain.
let grateful memories survive in time. -
Robert Louis Stevenson
Howard Powers-"The winds and waves are always on the side of
the ablest navigatorsf' -Gibbon
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Muriel Ourntero-"Ourncy''-pastime . .. just beating the bush, J.G.
H.P.. S.M,. SA. A.R,. getting involved with school activities , , .
memories . . . Arizona, Saratoga Springs. Roach Coach. J G.'s
house ... biggest accomplishment ... graduating ... plans . . .
to go to school and to travel ... activities ... GAA 1.2. Art Club 1.
Track and Field 1.2. Holding office 4.
Rosalie Ramos-"Rose"-pastime going to the beach. playing
pool, howling. and jamming around. the gang, Al. 331, Bob and
Brad and friends . . , memories . . . Jamboree, CCS, San Antonio
Lake. Hayward State, Varsity Cheer, Summer of '73, "The Wreck",
toilet papering Foreman's house . , biggest accomplishment ,. ,
graduating and being able to take all the criticism given me .. .
plans ,.. attend Hartnell lor two years, then either San Jose Stare
or Fresno Stare . . . activities . . . Varsity Cheer 3,4, Films' Club
I,2,3,4, llios Club 4, Track Interest 4, CSF 2.4
Janet Rehn-"Shorty"-pastime . . . going places with friends, Rick
. .. memories . . . getting engaged , ,. biggest accomplishment
. .. passing Znd semester of Hale's US History class ,, . plans . . .
get married and travel,
playing records, Larry .. . memories . . .
being with Larry. having a good time in my
last year . . . biggest accomplishment . . .
making better grades . .. plans . . . go to
work full time . . . activities . . . Bowling,
Femando Rico-"The most wasted day ol
all is that on which we have not laughed." -
Manuel Reynozo-"When we are planning for posterity, we ought to
remember that virtue is not hereditary." -Raine
Vincent Rives-"A talent is formed in stillness, a character in the
worlds of torrent." -Von Goethe
Beatriz Rodriquez-pastime , ,. talking to my friends about boys
during lunch, Ricardo . ,. memories . . my Freshman year, trips
to Mexico City, my friends and teachers biggest
accomplishment .. graduating from high school ... plans ,,. to
goto college and become a bi-lingual secretary and travel in the
future . . . activities . ,, Spanish Club 4. Soccer Club 4
Tina Roe-"Pleasure and love are the opinions olgreat deeds." -Von
Alfred Romlg-"A noble person attracts noble people, and knows
how to hold on to them " -Von Goethe
Danny Ross"'Doc'Vpastime playing Football, hunting, being
with Lyn . memories . . meeting Lyn, winning the Jamboree
and going to the Baseball playoffs , plans goto college and
settle down lwith Lynl activities Basketball l,2,3.4.
Baseball 23.4, Frmtball 'l,2,3,4
Fronzaline Ruegge-"Man errs. while his
struggle lasts " -Von Goethe
Robert Ruiz-"One is never satisfied with a
portrait ofa person that one knows," AVon
Duane Flowe-"Att is long, Iile short. judgement difficult,
opportunity transient." 'Van Goethe
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Debbie SaImas-"Pineapple"-pastime , , , talking with my friends,
being mysell, teasing Dwayne .,. memories . . , the Prom of '73,
Jamboree '73, llios, being a songleader. band. my Junior year, Ken.
Twirp dance ol '73, being nominated for Homecoming Queen . ,
biggest accomplishment Ken. passing U S. History, being a
Senior plans to attend a business college, become a
secretary, activities . Swimming 3,-4, Softball 3.4, Basketball, 4.
FSA 4, Illos 2.3
Gloria Salasepastime . . . trying to keep L S. and S.S. out of trouble,
talking ... memories ... mornings in the library with L.P , L.S,.
and RR., seeing friends rolling down bleachers at football games
. biggest accomplishment . . . landing a iob at P.T,C . . . plans
.. working with P T.C , traveling around, enjoying lile
Joe Salinas-"Everything in the world can be borne except for a
series ol beautiful days," -Von Goethe
Dwayne Samples-pastime ,. horse shows, car racing. girls . . .
Xavier Sancheze"Jack"-pastime reading and writing
memories .. dances. playnight. painting Santa and reindeers.
Football, Basketball games .. biggest accomplishment , ,
Gloria, getting through these Your years . . plans , . . work during
the summer, continue with school . .
memories Gymnastics 1, Yearbook 1.2, Drama 1. Forestry 3,
Cliff Sawyer-"Cliff, Jim"-pastime . . . girl watching, talking with the
gang , , memories ,. the gang. varsity Football. Doug's parties,
Avration 3, biggest accomplishment . Diane, buying A Willy's,
making it to Seco and back without getting killed . . . plans . . . to
going to Fresno. '73 graduation, me show biggest
get a bike, goto Canada, go to Arizona Automotive Institution and
accomplishment . being an usher at the '73 graduation
plans , . to get hitched up . activities . Football l,2,3,4,
become atop rate mechanic,
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Jan Scarpa-"5carp"-pastime . , , cooking.
crafts . . . memories . . . good times with
Rob, the Sha Na Na concert at Winterland
biggest accomplishment Rob,
going on . .. plans .,. to get a job, goto
college, become an arts and craft teacher
In Oregon ... activities GAA 1,2,
Mike Seltz- Never say more than is
Films Club 'l.2,3,4. Swimming 1, Track Z
Pam Shearer-"There is not a passion so strongly rooted in the
human heart as envy " -Sheridan
Bertha Simon-"Bert or Bertie" . . . pastime . .. sewing, reading.
and cooking memories Kathy. making it all the way
through school and not llunking a grade, being on the JC Fashion
Board. graduating. being with David Dew, Glenda and Yolanda and
the time they threw me in the shower with all my clothes on . . .
plans . . . goto Hartnell for two years. then on the San Jose State,
getmarried . .. activities . . . Basketball. Band. Football,
Debbie Shook-"Zip" . . , pastime . . . playing tennis, skiing, going
camping, swimming, riamg horses memories remembers
T P., shaving cream, baby food. Fire Dept.. N.D.. friends. summer of
'73, water balloons, Lake Tahoe . . . plans . . . go to Hartnett and
become a Ski bum . .. activities . . . Tennis 2.14. F.S.A, 3.4. Ski
Daniel Simpson-"Kenyan" , , , pastime . . . singing, riding my
horse, driving my wreck of a truck ,, , biggest accomplishments
. . singing with the Stage Band, becoming a member and singer
in the California All-State Honor Choir, showing off my horse ..
memories Beth. Sophomore year, tour to Marysville and
Nevada City ibecause l was a star thereli plans go to
Hartnell and eventually become a music master . . . activities ...
A Cappella 4. Vocal Ensemble 2. Stage Band 3. Track 3. Football 1,
Leonora Sirwet-pastime .. . playing
tennis, bowling biggest accomplish-
ments .. surviving through my classes
the past three years of high school and
struggling to survive the last year of high
school memories Long Beach.
Nevada-Marysville tour. Lake Tahoe Music
Camp. Tennis Team ,,. plans ... go to a
.lunior College then probably to a four year
college activities Marching Band
1.Z,3,4, Block A 2. GAA. 'l.2.3.4. C.S F
23.4. Band treasurer I. N.H.S 2.3.4. Pep
Denise Smith-biggest accomplishments
,.. Bruce. making it through my
Freshman year .. . memories .. . going to
Long Beach and the bus ride up and back.
Denice Silveira-"Smokey" pastime eating. chasing Biff.
third grade Catechism memories . day alter Christmas.
Allman Bros. concert, Capri Apt. 5135, Elvin Bishop. Rare Earth
concert ,. . plans . . . making enough money to be happy, educate
myself about life, paint a famous picture, and write a poem that
would touch the hearts of the world's men
Clint Sindel-"Gross" ... pastime ... grossing people out,
Football, Jo Ann. grossing people out some more , , . memories
. .. spending many a night out with friends last summer at my
brother's, winning City Champs in Football . . . plans . . . no future
plans . . . activities . ,. Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 2.3, Track 2.
Football Club. lltos, Films Club
GeraIyn'Stockton-"Tale-bearers are as bad as the talemakersf' -
Gretchen Smith-"ll you want to know yourself, just look haw others
do tt: il you want to understand others, look into your own heart." -
Mamie Sum-pastime . . . bothering lriends. Karen . . . memories
. . . getting to be usherette at 1973 graduation, kitchen lighting for
and winning the milk bone lrom my dog , .. biggest
accomplishment . . . getting this lorm lilled out in time for this
year's yearbook . , . plans . . . live and die -,preferably in that order
. . . activities . . . hippopotamus wrestling 1,2,3,4, basket weaving
Linda Smith"'LSD"-pastime riding my 'IO speed, Mike
memories ,, summer ol '73, Fort Ord '73 ... biggest
accomplishments . . getting as lar aslam in school . . . plans . . .
work, go to college ... activities ,., GAA 2,3, llios 2, Unisons 3.
Band. Flaggirl. Health Careers, Swim Team Manager. FLIRTING 17
Erik Stein-pastime . . , Tennis. Helen . . .
memories Helen, Christmas Ball '71,
'72, '73, From '73, Seco. Sandy, Beth ..,
plans . .. Hartnell. on to college ..,
activities Films Club l.2,3. CSF 2,
Political Awareness 2,3, Track 1,Z,3, Cross
Country 1, French Club 2, Soph VP, Senior
Mike Stidolph-"We must dare. and dare
again, and go on daring," -Danton
Randal Swift-"Randy"-memories , . , cutting school and going
down to the ranch at San Antonio Lake, hunting and taking movie
pictures with Don and my friends . . . Biggest accomplishment . . ,
passing Mr. Ramho's History class . . . plans .. . to go to college
and become a lorest ranger.
Terry Smith-pastime riding. taking out the old lady
memories . . . Pacific Grove. blue carpet. llying 80 feet . , , biggest
accomplishment . . . getting ajob . . . plans . . . working,
Susan Stefani-"Who reflects too much will accomplish little." -
Kim Taylor-"Everything belongs to the falherland when the
lsiharland is in danger." -Danton
Susan Tonus-pastime , ,. water skiing, swimmrng . . , memories
. .. Susie, Barbara, Jonetta, Alice. water skiing up at the lake Eltun
John concert, Tom biggest accomplishment getting to
school on time. graduation . . . plans . , undecided . . . activities
,. . Swim Team l,2.3.4. Quill and Scroll 3.4,
Frank De La Torref"Who rellects too much will accomplish little." -
Jen'y Walker-"Their cause of freedom is the cause of God,"A
Cindy Trebino-pastime . . . going out. working. Brian and Paul . . .
memories .. Christmas Ball. school activities biggest
accomplishment . , making it through high school . . . plans . . ,
get a iob. maybe college .. activities Basketball 2. Band
Tom Watson-"Think nothing done while nothing remains to do." -
Edward Wence-"Our hour is marked, and
no one can claim a moment of life beyond
what late has predestined." -Bonaparte
Craig West-pastime . listening to music,
Mark . . . memories . . . being with all my
friends . .. biggest accomplishment
getting through my Senior year . . , plans
. ge to work.
Ann Villa-memories . . . Flaggirl . . . biggest accomplishment . . .
E B., buying a car . . . plans . .. to attend college. travel.
Thomas Way-"Red Snapper"-pastime stamp collecting.
working in my wood shop. Patti, memories Novice
Tournament in Seaside and squirting Wade Barcik with a fire
extinguisher and pinning my man from Gilroy biggest
accomplishment . . , passing American History . plans . .. geta
Journeyman's Degree in Wood Working at Hartnell . . . activities
... Track Z, Wrestling 3, Illos 3. Band 2.3
Charles Williams-"Chas" ... biggest accomplishment . . .
graduating . , . plans . . . go to college, and travel.
Crystal Wimmer-"Crys" . . , memories ... raising havoc with Tina
in my freshman and sophomore year Charles biggest
accomplishment becoming a senior and getting a boyfriend
... plans... to someday get married and raisea family,
Jerry Woodrow-"Jerry"-pastime . . . girl-watching, getting off . . .
memories . . . never getting busted for cutting. going to Seca . . .
biggest accomplishment . . . being able to walk again after having
my Isg hacked up, graduation . . . plans , , . go to Hartnell: mess
around . . . activities . . . Football 2.3,4.
Tom Yount To be what we are and to become what we are
capable of becoming is the only end of life Stevenson
Laurie Yrngling-pastime . . . partying. going places . . . John . . .
memories meeting J,S., Jamboree of '71 biggest
accomplishment ... making it through high school ... plans ...
Debbie Bledsaw-"A perfect faith would lift
us absolutely above fear," -MacDonald
Clint Boyster-"Success to the strongest.
who are always, at last. the wisest and
Chris Armmgmn-pastime . . . graduating Maria , ,. memories
. . . Janie's party . . . plans . . . attend Hertnell then transfer to a
University to be an architect or a photographer . . . activities . . .
Yearbook, Freshmen and JV Basketball, JV Baseball, Varsity Golf.
Stacy Burton-"To be beautilul and to be calm is the ideal of
nature." -Jefferies A
Sylvia Castro-pastime . ,. going to dances . . . memories , ,. the
gang, getting my license, my car. making it on the Penney Fashion
Board, modeling at Northridge, eating with the gang and meeting
some all right people . . . plans . . , go to Hartnell . . . activities
Track Interest, Spanish. Honor Society,
Ridt Cokley-"Copenhagen"-pastime . . . Rodeo's and the parties,
staying out of jail . . , memories , . . Madge, King City lair. Salinas
Rodeo . , . plans . . . to continue rodeoing and to go into Animal
Husbandry . . . activities . . . F.F.A. 12.3.4. Rodeo 1,2.3,4.
Patricia Louise Cook-"Cookie" Pastime. going out and having lun
, ,. Don't like to he tied down . . . Getting a car and graduating
first semester . . . Memories' getting in a wreck on Main. squashed
bug, Horseback riding, New Renaissance Club 2 yrs Future
Plans, Work and whatever comes along,
Leonardo Correa-"Naya"-pastime going to school ..
memories . . Soccer team biggest accomplishment
Helen, getting a high school diploma . . , plans . .. to go to an
Automotive Institute in Arizona.
Michele Cox-"Mickr"-pastime . . . riding my horse Bo and sitting at
the bank memories punching Peter, A.G., K.C. lair. RR.,
L.R,, T.H,, K.K , Zabala Road, Dennys, and the Mich 38 . , . biggest
accomplishment . , , graduating one year early and winning a silver
buckle . . , plans . . . to become a professional barrel racer or a
Vet. whichever comes lirst and go to college activities
F F A. 1,2.3,4, C A.T. l,2. Cowboys 'l.2.3,4,5l
Alex Cunningham-pastime . . listening to
my radio ., , memories , ,. playing J,V.
Football, falling oil of Samples' horse at
full gallop, getting my license, Fat ,.,
plans ,. . either drive a tank and or live in
Colorado at the loot ol the Rockies
activities , , . Football 1.
Diana Davidson-pastime . . . having lun
memories Castroville guys and
parties. times with John. Nancy and Dick
plus the wierd things that happened to me
and Rita, Larry . . biggest
accomplishment . . . graduating . . , plans
. . , college, work, marriage
Kathy Dedmon-"He does not believe that does not live according to
his belief " -Fuller
Mark Domingo-"Rock"-pastime enjoying Friday and
Saturday's going to Ernie A's house before and after football
games. going to what's her race house memories .. going
outwtth the guys and getting my head twisted, man trying to make
wetght one year and fouled up. Dig on going to track invitational,
but remembers pulling down at a couple at the end Remembers
the Prom and Christmas Ball biggest accomplishment
passing my History class, making it through high school, going and
missing out the big parties. Thank God plans enter the
service and seek a career . . . activities , Football 18.104.22.168. Track
1,2,3.4. Wrestling 2.3.4
Pat Dobbs-"The natural flights of the human mind are not from
pleasure to pleasure, but from hope to hope." 'Johnson
Debbie Douglas-"Clyde. Deb. Doug"-pasttme being late for
everything. going to Seco. having a good time with my friends,
John ... memories ... Get Acquainted Dance 1970, Christmas
Ball 1972, putting up football signs and T-Peing houses, breaking
John's truck window, my crazy friends . . . biggest accomplishment
. passing my History class , ,. plans . . . marry John, continue
my job as a Dental Assistant, Maybe go to college . . activities
Cheerleading 1,2,3, Songgirl 4, Surf Club 1. Untsons Club
22.214.171.124. lltos 1.2. New Renaissance 1.
May Domalaog-"Domafrog"-pastirne ,,. tennis. bike riding.
sleeping. eating, Srguchi, something pertaining to GS, MS and
myself ,.. memories . .. Oct 7,1971 Munel's van , . plans . . .
Hartnell or MPC, work, take it easy .. activities . . . Class officer
l.2.3.4. J V. Cheer 1, Student Finance clerk 4, CSF l. GAA 126.96.36.199
Carl Ertosaran-"TC"-pastime . golf,
Barbara memories Mr. Fourcade,
Mrs. Anderson. both English teachers. and
all my lovely-dovey friends . . biggest
accomplishment ... finally getting into
the Senior class, getting A's in some of my
classes . . plans go to Hawaii and
stay with my grandparents: stay a bachelor
. .. activities . . . Football 1, Golf 2.3.
Basketball 1,Volleyball 1,
Kevin Epperson-"Strengthen me by
sympathizing with my strength. not my
Joyce Elson-"Work without hope draws nectar in a sieve. and hope
without an oblect cannot live " -Coleridge
Guadalupe Escoto-"Lou Bear" ,, pastime living it up ,.
biggest accomplishment . . F D, learning to drive a four-speed
... memories . .. my Sophomore year with M C ,., plans , to
do whatever comes naturally . . activities , , M A YO 1,2,3,4
Monica Guitirez-"Love ls a sickness full of woes, all remedies
refusing." -Mymen and Triumph
Richard Robinson-pastime giving all my teachers a had time
biggest accomplishment Jill, graduating .. memories
. getting into trouble. my friends, first year of bowling . . , plans
. go to college . . . activities . . . Bowling 2,3.
Randy Freeman-"The cross is the ladder to heaven" -Blandem
David Kung-"Our ideals are our better selves." -Alcott
Ron Ritchie-pastime taking it easy , memories .. all the
great times Fay and I had together for over three years . . . plans
, ,. go to college. start to live after my Senior year , , , activities
Football 1,4, Basketball 'l,2.3,4, Track 1.2.4
David Groves-"For all we take we must pay, but the price is high " -
Alfred Perez-"Happy homes are built of blocks of patience." -Cohn
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The class of 1975 led by Chris Wood president,
Cheryl Favero, vice president, Liz Edu, secretary,
and Pat Amaro, treasurer, began the year with a
fantastic Junior Playnight.
Actual business became a reality with basketball
concessions, a mistletoe sale, a Glass Recycling
Day, and bake sales, the proceeds ofwhich went
toward the Junior Prom which they sponsored,
Along with their advisors, Mr. Espinoza, Mrs. Kay
Mortensen and Mr, Gary Mortensen, they all
combined to have a great year.
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To Learn, To Give Spirit, To Have Fun
During their first year at Alisal High the
Freshman class led by Shirley Bush, president,
Susie Abaya, vice president, and Rosalie
Asuncion, secretary-treasurer all adjusted to high
school life: demands and responsibilites, games
and their playnight.
Together with their advisors, Miss Albano and
Miss Stockton, they held such activities as their
Christmas cookie sale and entered in the
Christmas Door Decoration. ln the spring during
Easter, they held a chocolate bunny sale which
all went toward their Freshman treasury,
19 74 Freshman Officer
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. . -' 'iii .:I I Shirley Acaya
gf A ' A A 'gifrqj Ray Acosta
" ' A ' 1 ' r 'A ,' -37, f 5 Kathleen Agee
Q "g ' I A Rf' Ramona Aguilar
"3 Q " , .- I - ' Q Q .Q RQQ I 4, Rosemary Aguilera
I Q3 Q Q3 , I I Q Q I QIS 1 Q ' K Griselda Aguirre
bf ' '. 3 r J -4, Qs . I X M' I I " ' r 1 W- Manuel Alderete
" A -' "N - ' '3' 6' . 'J A L9 -if -'Inj'-V1 J: ' " Q 7" 4" ' ' Denise Alvarado
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, E'-U ' in 9 I f I Linda Amparano
A T ' V' if .. A - Edward Anderson
K D 'A 3 " i J ' Richard Anderson
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" J Q - 1 ' ' ' t I Q Lorrie Bealert
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Epi " I A I ,, I ' Kim Berniss
Qg - an ' I ' ,ii ,rry Z , K QI it I Matthew Benefield
'I ' ,, ' 2 , I ' ,II t "V ' ' i r Kathleen Benitez
2 rg- I J 'I A " ' ' E? Leticia Bernal
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aja . ' , Joseph Boteilho
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Varsity ridders Finish Third in MBL
Alisal High's varsity Football team made a strong showing on
this year's grid-iron scene, sporting a 4-3-1 over-all and 3-3
league won-loss record. The Trojans coached by Coach Filice
and Gary Mortensen, finished third in the South-Monterey Bay
League, following Seaside isecondi and Monterey ifirsti.
The Monterey Toreadors proved to be the Trojans' toughest
opponent in the league matchups, Alisal falling far short 48-7.
Other season highlights were the 22-21 edging over cross-
town rival Salinas High. Against the Cowboys, tail-back AI
Romig was the workhorse for the ground game, including a 70
yard touchdown sprint along the sidelines.
Aiisal completed the '73 season with a 40-14 win over
Tennyson High of Hayward, coached by former Alisal coach,
Milt Pickford. Alisal scoring was by David Dew, Al Romig,
Danny Ross, and a Ross to Ritchie pass to finalize the scoring.
Premier Quarterback Danny Ross was chosen as the Gold
Helmet Award winner as the outstanding player.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Mission 20 20
Aptos 7 25
San Lorenzo O 19
North Salinas 23 13
Monterrey 48 7
Seaside 39 18
Salinas 21 22
Tennyson 14 40
4 wins 3 losses 1 tie
Row 'I ll-rl: L. Morish, A. Douglas. M. Domingo,J. Morrison.J. Dew. B. Fonner, P. Askew
Row 2: Mgr. Ed Elkins, D. Schmidt, J. Sigala, J. Walker, D. Webber. E. Comacho, J
Romig. Row 3: D. Ceia, R. Ritchie, L. 'Th0mas, E. Amparano, S. Crain. D. Ross. E
nw 1 il-rl: J. Smith, R. Ruiz, D. Flores, J. Solis, K. Smith, H. Powers. R. Ceraide, Fiow 2:
Woodrow, D. Simpson, J. McCouIIough, S. Acierto, C. Sawyer, A. Romig, D. Dew, L.
aldonado. Row 3: P. Hilliker. R. Sweatt, C. Sindel, C, Jacobo, S. Forreat, L. Wilson, M.
At right: Tailback Al Rornig breaks away for a stunning seventy yard touchdown trek
against Salinas High.
.V.'s Weak In League Football Play
Row 1 ll-rl: Coach Russo, M. Pura. V. Andrada. B. Urrey, J. Valdez. F. Guzman, D. Gilbert, D, Comacho, C. Bozzo, T. Tanawan, D. Puno, R. Osuna. M. Villa, F
Jiminez, M, Rojas, W. Simon. Row 2: Coach Romero, A. Sandoval. H. Flede, D. Maduli. R. Borelli, C. Martinez, D. Ramirez, R. Perez, J. Bernal, D. Orozco,J
Baughman, W, Knight, R, Kelly, B. Vargas, K. Ryburn. Row 3: K. Chavez, M. Climer, M. Hernandez, R. Rangel, G. Caserez. S. Simpson, C. Brewer, P. Dyk, M
Acosta. A. Vallejo, M. Cochran, M. Nerez, P. Correa, R. Gutierrez.
lnexperience hurt the Alisal High junior-varsity football team. The i
young Trojans owned a 1-4-2 over-all and 1-3-2 league won-loss-
The only Trojan win came on a 7-6 decision over San Lorenzo
Valley, while drawing with Aptos, 12-12, and North High, 9-9.
Outstanding offensively were Danny Comacho, Mario Rojas.
Wayne Knight and Dennis Maduli. while Mike Hernandez, Sam
Simpson, Ray Jimenez, and Victor Andrada were cited by their
coaches for their abilities.
This year's team captains were Danny Comacho, Mike Hernandez,
and Wayne Knight.
Fullback Mario Rojas bulls his way through for
The awesome Alisal defense sets up.
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Frosh-Soph Completes Trying Season
An anxious team watches on.
This year, Alisal sported one of its better
frosh-soph football teams. The young
Trojans compiled a 3-3-1 won-loss
league record and finished fifth place in
the Monterey Bay League southern
Quarterback Alan Folen earned his
coaches praise along with teammates
Brad Harbor lendl, Tim Johnson lendl,
Randy Dodd lcenterl, and Robert Cook
lflankerl. Defensively. Danny Blanco
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Impressive wins included a 8-O shutout
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Monterey and Seaside.
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This year's Alisal High cross country teams were caught short in the
Monterey Bay League competition. The varsity team compiled a 1-4 won-
loss league record while the junior varsities wound up with a 2-3 and the
frosh-soph with a 2-3 record,
Coach Andy Allen credits the down season on the low turn-out of veteran
lettermen. But never the less, Coach Allen was extremely pleased with the
progress made by all three of the young and inexeprienced teams,
Mike Terry was this year's team captain. Terry, Bruce Victorine, John
Nelson, and Ron Johnson were all cited by their coach for their outstanding
performances throughout the season.
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The C basketball team finished third in league play, sporting a 2-6
won-loss record. Both of the teams' wins came against North
Salinas, Coach Gilbert credited his team for its competitive play,
noting that five of their six losses were by five points or less.
Coach Gilbert cited team captain Tony Taylan, Darrin Chinn, and
Tony Flimando as the outstanding players this season.
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After four years of dominating the MBL, Coach Corky Haddan's
varsity basketball team found itself in an unfamiliar spot when it
finished in the cellar of the league's Southern Division. The 1973-
74 cagers completed the season with a respectable 12-12 overall
record, but a less satisfying 5-9 league record.
The varsity cagers tipped off their season with a third consecutive
Alisal Tournament championship. Ron Ritchie was named as the
MVP, while Danny Martinez and Duane Anderson were chosen to
the All-Tourney team. They also captured the consolation trophy at
the Paul Walters Tournament.
League play opened next, and the Trojans finished the first series of
games against Northern teams with a record of 4 wins and 2
losses. As games in the Southern Division got underway, it seemed
as though the Trojan luck went sour, The squad dropped their next
seven games by an average of two points each. Alisal closed their
season in a spirited way by defeating Monterey.
Danny Martinez was the outstanding team player and also the
league's leading scorer with a 20.6 point average, including a 37
point outburst against San Lorenzo. Flon Ritchie and Duane
Anderson were the defensive standouts and also helped
considerably with the scoring. Two bright spots of the team were
sophomores Steve Robertson and Jerry Odom, whose skillful play
promises to give Alisal basketball an exciting future.
Front ll-rl: Danny Ross, Javier Alcocer, Richard Gutierrez, Danny Martinez, Manager Ed Elkins Back Gary Dennis Ron Ritchie Duane Anderson Mike Stidolph Jerry
Odom, Steve Robertson, Gene Pugnier.
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Coach Art Gilbert's junior varsity basketball squad, like their varsity
counterparts, seemed a little short on luck this year, but still
finished with a satisfying 11-11 won-loss record, 7-7 in league
play, dropping to the last Spot in the MBL-South Division
The J.V.'s opened their season in the Alisal Invitational
Tournament, playing three games against varsity teams and
defeating one of them, Robert Louis Stevenson. Then, they raged
on to capture the consolation trophy at the Monta Vista JV
Tourney. When league play opened. the junior varsity title hopes
were high as the squad ran off.a string of four wins. But those
hopes were all but vanquished as the team went on a dismal five
game losing streak, The J.V,'s went back on the winning track by
defeating Monterey, Seaside, and Salinas, They dropped their last
two games to even their league record at seven wins and seven
Coach Gilbert credited Ed Richards and Gary Flowe as the scoring
leaders of the team with respective 13.1 and 9.6 point averages.
Other standouts were Gary Dennis, Lee Wilson, Gus Gutierrez, and
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Alisal's frosh-soph basketball team. under the able
guidance of first year coach Alan Gardner, had both high
and low points this season, and finished with a 10-11
overall won-loss record. Their 7-7 record in league play
was good enough to enable them to place third in the
The young cagers started their season by capturing the
second place trophy in the Salinas Key Club Tournament,
losing only to the host Salinas High team in the finals. The
frosh-soph didn't fare too well in the rest of their pre-
season, losing three of the next four meetings.
The frosh-soph team went through seven league games
without a loss, but lost to Salinas in the eigth. Starting
with that loss, the Troyers did not win again until, after six
straight defeats, they smashed North High. The young
squad dropped its last game to Monterey in overtime.
it This year's frosh-soph team boasted a duo of talented
guards in floor-leader David Puno and Tony Flimando. The
rebounding was ably handled by Ron Johnson and Harry
,, iv Oualls. while Cary Brewer and Darrin Chinn switched off
to fill the remaining starting spot. Little Tony Ceralde was
W credited as an outstanding substitute by Coach Gardner.
A happy and victorious team Ie the floor.
Front ll-rl: T, Ceralde, D. Puno, R. Niconar, J. West, A. Cox, T. Rimando. J. Dew, J. Shoemaker. Back: C. Bozzo, C. Brewer, R. Johnson, M, Grice. D. Chinn. P. Williams, L,
Loman, C, Messerli, Manager A, Acaya.
arslty rapplers D1splay Strength In Tournament
The 1973-74 varsity wrestling team, coached by mentor Terry Espinosa, had its
ups and downs in dual meet competition, but more than made up for it in
tournaments and post-league competition. The varsity squad split its dual meet
season with a 5-5 league record, 6-5-1- overall.
The Trojan grapplers opened their season by thrashing a visiting Gilroy team. but
in the next dual meet, they needed a pin by heavyweight David Ceja in the final
match to come from behind to tie Mission Trail League powerhouse Gonzales. ln
league competition, the Trojans gained their five victories by triumphing over
Soquel, Aptos, San Lorenzo Valley, Santa Cruz, and Harbor. ln their sixth league
meet, they lost to a tough Seaside squad, Following that, the Alisal grapplers
proceeded to lose their four remaining dual meets by miniscule margins, to finish
fifth in the final league standings,
In tournament competition, Alisal performed extremely well. First, the team
entered the Del Mar Invitational. The outstanding team performer turned out to
be Soupy Marquez, who came away from the tournament with a first place
medal in the 145 pound division. Also placing high was a suprising Mark
Domingo l138l as he won second place honors, and he was joined by third place
finishers Javier Alvarez l112l, Roger Diaz l133l, and David Ceja lhwtl. Next,
Alisal emerged victorious in its own Alisal Invitational Tourney. Outstanding
performances were turned in by Ceja and Alvarez, who took firsts in their
respective divisions. They were followed by second place finisher Roger Diaz,
and third placers Marquez and Art Ocampo l95l.
The MBL Tourney was next, and Ceja, Alvarez, and Marquez came away as
league champions in the weight classes, with Diaz and Mark Yamaguchi l97l
garnered second place honors. Alisal hosted the Region IV Tournament, and all
five qualifiers from the league meet wrestled well. Ceja and Diaz copped
championships in their weight divisions, and were joined by Yamaguchi, Alvarez,
and Marquez, in advancing to the C.C.S. Meet in San Jose. Although the
wrestlers met a lot of extremely tough competition, Soupy Marquez placed third
while big Dave Ceja waded through his competition to capture first place, and
thus becoming the first CCS wrestling champ in Alisal's history. Both grapplers
went on to the State Meet in Hayward.
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Front CL-RD: Coach Espinosa, R. Diaz, K. Peebles, V. Andrada, T. Tanawan, C, Doerner, K. Minami, M. Yamaguchi, A. Ocampo. Back IL-Ri: Coach Rice, D. Ceja, R. Sweatt,
P. Hilliker, B. Nichols, W. Knight, S. Marquez, M. Domingo, Coach Sarkisian.
Tracy Tanawan manhandlas his opponent.
JV Wrestlers Capture MBL Thlrd
Row 1 lL-Rl: W. Turner. M. Cerna, P. Pura. W. Simon, K. Muir, M. Amaro. Row 2: J. Botello. B. Urrey R Cooke T Lewis C Peebles J Ollvera Fi Torres M Zwarts B
Rodman, H. Espinosa. J. Anderson. Row 3: F. Sanchez. A. Folen, D. Friddle. D. Orozco. J. Guzman. D Canllo T Blizzard B Vargas P Dalton
Coaches Ralph Rice and Bill Sarkisian's junior varsity wrestling team fought
valiantly through a tough season to finish with a 9-3 won-loss record. 8-2 in
league meets, which enabled them to earn a third place finish in the Monterey
Alisal opened its season with an easy win over Hollister, but unfortunately,
suffered a loss at the hands of Gonzales. Then, in league dual meets. the J.V.'s
ran off a string of seven meet victories. including overwhelming wins over Santa
Cruz and Soquel. However, they lost the next two to Salinas and North High.
They ended the season on the winning track by defeating Monterey.
Outstanding grapplers throughout the season were Wayne Turner. Mike Cerna,
Curt Peebles, Dave Carillo, and Fernando Sanchez.
arsity Baseball Team Dominates League
Experience among players, along with an immense amount of
talent were the big advantages which enabled coach Chuck
Filice's varsity baseball tearn to manhandle their opponents
and reign as a top team in the league.
Losing only three players from last year's MBL playoff
qualifying squad, the varsity team was paced by senior
infielders Dwane Rowe and Danny Ross, with able help from
Al Perez and Floyd Nelson, and outfielders Gilbert Ruiz, Alan
Douglas, and Danny Madewell. Also returning was sophomore
catcher Lee Wilson, who gained even more experience for next
season. No baseball team can dominate opponents wihout a
strong pitching staff, and Alisal was no exception. The pitching
evolved around three skillful players, Gary Rowe, Willie Pura,
and Ernie Comacho, with Danny Comacho and Gene Sigala
provided relief to round out what may be the best baseball
team in Alisal's history.
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Under head coach Gary Mortensen, a strong junior varsity
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winning most of their games. Many returning players from
last year's league championship team gave this year's
squad depth and experience. Standouts for the team were
pitchers Mike Hernandez, infielder Dennis Gilbert and
outfielders Paul Bellone and Jimmy Jimenez.
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Varsity Cindermen Finish High In MBL
While not as strong as last year's MBL powerhouse, Alisal's varsity track
team was excellent in its performances. The varsity lost a heavy load of
talented athletes to graduation last year, but still had capable performers to
set the pace for the season.
Outstanding cindermen were Carlos Jacobo in the discus. Speedster Mark
Domingo, high jumper Jim Romig, and shotputter Bob Hopper. Leading the
way in the hurdling events was David Dew, who also doubled as a sprinter
in the 100 yard dash, and also Alex Ceralde and Joe Dew, The top distance
men were Jim Lucero, Artie Garcia, and Mike Terry. The team was advised
by coaches Favero. Allen. and Curran.
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Frosh-Soph Trackmen Exhibit Power In League
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newcomers, performed well in dual meets and tournaments. The
young team lost most of last year's standouts this year when they
were moved up to the varsity squad. The frosh-soph cindermen
were led by speedsters Tracy Tanawan, Elias Rivera, and Tony
Rimando. Also pacing the squad were weightman Harry Oualls and
distanceman Bruce Victorine and Mel Nlotogawa. The team was
coached by Andy Allen and John Favero.
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Young Tennis Team ains Experience
Alisal's 1974 tennis team lost its leading players last year to
graduation but still emerged to win many of its matches. Credited
by Coach Deaver as the team's leader was Jim Sasules, who was a
standout all season for the young team. Other than Oscar Flores,
there were no other returnees from last year's team, so the
outcome of the team was placed in the hands of the team's
newcomers, who performed well for first year players.
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Soccer Team Ovcrpowcrs pposition
ln its second year of existence, the Alisal soccer team, led by
coaches Romero and Moreno. was one of the toughest in the
league. Paced by senior Jose Solis, the squad scored wins over
Gonzales, Hollister. and rival North Salinas. but lost a controversial
3-2 decision to Salinas High. Following that loss, the team dropped
another heartbreaker to league-leading Watsonville. However they
bounced back to defeat Aptos and went on to finish high in the
ln addition to Solis, outstanding players throughout the season
were Pablo Correa and Roberto Ruiz.
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Alisal Tankers Have Tough Season
Under the guidance of Coach Albert, this year's swimming team
fared well against the opposing teams of the league. The team
consisted mainly of newcomers and Freshmen, but it did have a
few experienced swimmers in Richard Brannon, Steve Locke, and
talented sophomore Richard Briggs, Alisal's AFS student. Jean-Luc
Bodson, was also a member of the team and proved to be a very
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Up to this time girls participating in after school
sports were only able to compete with other schools
Finally, after an overdue amount of time, the girls'
sports' program became interscholastic and included
the Monterey Bay League. This meant there were
work-outs four days a week. instead of two. Also.
league rules and competition would be set up for the
schools participating. At the end of each season for
the respective sport. there was a playoff with the top
ranking teams representing their schools in
competition for the M BL title.
This caused many changes that resulted for the best.
For the young ladies. it meant more and better
competition and, also, a chance to be recognized for
their skills and efforts. For the coaches. it meant more
organization in their teams' games.
The Monterey Bay League has benifited the Alisal
girls' sports program and has greatly aided the
promotion of girls' sports.
irls' Swim Team
Although the girls' swim team did not win many of their meets,
they had a competitive spirit. Their coach, Mrs. Barton, worked
diligently with them, while expressing the need for good form.
Through the help of the weight machine, made by Mr. Escobar, the
girls were able to develop needed strength. Their managers, Pam
Salinas and Linda Smith. helped the team very much by recording
times and taking charge of all the equipment.
Top Row: Linda Smith. Debbie Salinas, Suzanne Anderson. Chris Deanda, Sharon Andrus Beth Dyk Alice Deome Marilyn Stidolph Susan Stefani Karen Scheiber
Middle Row: Pam Salinas, Lori Parker, Alice Vega, Debbie Dubose, Susan Tonus Valerieionus Janette Anderson Patti Parker Mrs Barton Bottom Row Tracy
Dames, Debbie De Pratti, Linda Jeantrout.
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Being on a gymnastics team takes a lot of patience.
graceful moves, and co-ordination of the body. That is why
this year's lady gymnasts performed so well in each of
their own events.
Summing up the girls' great year was their coach. Miss
Little. She stated, "This year the gymnastics team really
put a lot of effort into themselves. and they were definitely
Alisal's finest in all respects."
Cited by Miss Little was, Florence Ellevan, a three year
member of the team, as well as the rest of the team. which
Top Row-Jana Cokley, Joyce Chamberlain, Sandi Carrillo, Sara Aldape Jo Ellen Atkins Teri Wilson Valerie Cover Florence Ellevan Bottom Row Melanie Hauschild
Shirley Bush. Shirley Acaya. Rosalie Asuncion, Magdalena Beltran. Emma Cardona Cheryl Camany Silvia Ballantyne lNot Picturedl Joyce Bassett
irls' Tennis Team
Has A Good Season
This year the girls' tennis team had a good season in the MBL
League play. Because there was a league, the girls had more
competition with details about their meets settled ahead of time.
Something new that helped very much was the ball boy machine. lt
made reactions quicker.
The coaches, Mrs. Camany and Mrs. Mortensen, felt that the team,
as a whole, had real depth in their playing ability.
As for next year, Mrs. Camany hopes for a year as good as this has
Back Row: Tammy Garner. Roseann Ryburn, Martha Berglin, Linda Amparano, Debbie Shook. Cindy Henry, Julie Hughes. Mary Doris, Veronica Jimenez, Teresa
Gonzales. Teresa Henry, Pat Deanda. Middle Flow: Mrs. Mortensen. Cindy Forgnone, Pam Edwards, Gloria Mendez. Carol Hale, May Domalog. Jonetta Chenea. Karen
Briggs, Terri Bozzo, Pat Diaz, Rosie Page, Mrs. Camany. Front Row: Joyce Elson, Pat Jimenez, Mamie Sum, Evelyn Batara, Karen Doris. Darlene Miller, Adele Parise.
End Trying Season
Although it takes a lot of hard work, effort, and practice to make a good
basketball team, this year's Girls' Basketball Team had all the main
ingredients. They had a few disappointments, but their mistakes produced
profits for next year's squad.
Mrs. Frees cited May Domaloag as the team's top scorer and Debbie Geissler as the top
When commenting on the team Mrs, Frees stated. "We had a tough season this year, but at the
same time we had alot of fun."
lLefti - Top Row - Teresa Gonzales iMgr.i, Joyce Elson
lMgr.l Debbie Geissler, Cheryl Favero, Beth,,DyQ
Lucinda Romig, Terri Bozzo iMgr.l. Bottom Row s Gloria
Domaloag, Karen Doris, May Domaloag, Cindy
Whitmire, Debbie Salinas, Karen Briggs.
iBelowl - Top Row - Pat Diaz, Debbie Chitwood, Linda
Amparano, Julie Hughes, Sharon Andrus, Janie
Chaboya. Bottom Row - Diana Cummins, Rosanne
Ryburn, Doylelyn Hoskins, Michele Waite, Cindy
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Student Leaders . . . A.S.B. Officers and Commissioners
President: Mike Seitz
Vice President: Javier Alcocer
Commissioners: Murial Ouintero, Sharon Andrus, Mary Scott, Janice Haydon, Kathy Powell, Richard Gutierrez
Assistant Secretary and Treasurer: Roseanne Ryburn and Vicki Teague
Secretary: Karen Pettigrew
The purpose of the associated student body
officers was to establish and maintain the
high ideals and standards of Alisal High
The students were given a first hand
experience at running a government. and
they also attempted to strive for maximum
efficiency in dealing with democracy in
action. The organization promoted students
awareness and leadership.
Mike Seitz had a brief quote about the
student government: "l have found that this
organization has given me much more of an
education than anything else I have ever
been involved in."
Treasurer: Karen Briggs
Part Of The Student Government
As a part of the student government. the homeroom
representatives function is an important one.
Each homeroom representative takes an agenda of the next
meeting to his class and discusses it with his class and votes
accordingly at the meeting. He then reports back to the class the
results of the meeting.
A homeroom representative is elected by his third period class. and
his rapport with them is an intergal part of his service to them and
Reporting, Frustrations, Deadlines . . .
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The Trojan Tribune was
originated for those people
who are interested in
journalism. The Tribune
brought us up to date on
sports, up-coming activities
and recent news around the
school. The Trojan Tribune is
produced and distributed once
The staff members include:
Karen Baily, editor, Jonetta
Chenea, assistant editor, Lucy
Stone, features manager.
Suzanne Anderson, distribution
manager, Allen Chinn, sports
manager, Hecter Bernal, ads
manager, Lori Atkins,
photographer, and Susan
Tonus, business manager.
When Karen Bally was asked
how she felt about this year's
activities, she replied: ltwas an
experience being able to meet
all the people involved in the
workings of a publication. They
were all great, as was lVlr.
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vias a relioildinj yearifor the Alisal High Symphonic and
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y y Their director. Mr. Gary Horsley. stressed disipline and over-
all good musicianship throughout the year. This year the
Trojan band performed many various concerts as well, as
staging half-time shows and represented Salinas area
while 'participating in Band ,Reviewslthroughout Northern
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enjoyed being band president this year I will always
had all four years In Band
Wrestling Support . . .
Interested, impressed. and pleased, this is what makes the llios
Club. Wrestling fans saw a lot of excitement and were pleased with
the wrestlers this year. This year's statisticians were: Liz Arias, Lori
Parker, Cheryl Camany and Jenny Arde. One of the many activities
that the llios Club participated in was the King and Queen of Hearts
Contest with Sara Aldape and Roger Diaz representing the club.
With the help of their advisor, Mr. Espinoza, this year's club officers
were: Mark Yamaguchi, president, Howard Powers, vice-president,
and Cheryl Camany, secretary. Mark had this to say about the club:
llios did a good job supporting the wrestlers this year. We bought
new uniforms for them. held the Alisal lnvitational. and hosted the
Region lV Wrestling Tournament.
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The whole llios gang.
Eddie and Mark get together
Preparing for the utside World . . . F.S.A.
This year's Future Secretaries of America was led by Diane
Harrison, president, Debbie Shook, vice president, Nlaria Cuellar,
corresponding secretary, Debbie Micheals, recording secretary, and
Floberta Hees, treasurer. The club, this year, had an outstanding
membership. The main objective was to help girls who plan to be
secretaries when they enter the world on their own. With Mrs.
Kirchner as their advisor, they held many fund-raising activities.
such as an aluminum can drive and a fashion show. Diana
commented on the club: I sincerely feel the club would never have
gained anything if it hadn't been for the dedication and willpower of
our fearless leader, Mrs. Odel Kirchner.
The members of F.5.A.
Youth With A Purpose
After winning numerous awards, FFA completed a successful year.
In February they sponsored the King and Queen of Heart's Dance
and national FFA week. In March they sponsored Donkey
Basketball They also attended many fairs where they won top
awards Accomplishing all this were the busy officers, Craig
Andrus president, Phil Dyk, vice-president, Sharon Andrus.
secretary Linda Jeantrout, treasurer, Michele Cox, sentinel, and
Karen Kimmel reporter. With the help of Mr. Mullen, their advisor,
the year turned out to be a success. Craig Andrus had this to say
about the club ln all, l feel that this has been a very good year for
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Mr. Mullen, the FFA auvisor,
All this activity is getting to me.
Hard Work and Determination . . .
The time was the tense minutes before the curtain rises on opening
night..The hard working actors, composed prirnarily of Thespians,
know this play will be good. With all the time and effort the
Thespians put in, how could they miss? To become an honorary
Thespian you had to earn your title by putting in 1OO hours or more
of any work connected with the theatrical arts. lf some of the
Thespian members didn't get directly into the play, they worked
hard back-stage and were glad and proud to be part of any
production, Directed and advised by Mr. Mullins, the International
Thespians put on many good performances this year. Diane
Harrison, the president, had this to say about the club: Words can
never express the deep admiration, gratitude, and appreciation l
have for all the members iincluding the fabulous director, Mr. Dick
"Boss" Mullinsl because without them our theatrical society
wouIdn't be worth much.
Kim is intrigued.
Yeah, that is the way the script goes.
What . . . ?
Mike finds the new play amusing. D0 YOU understand?
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Energetic, Yelling, Cheering, . . .
Raising spirit for the athletes and students
plus trying to make them feel at ease and
happy was the inspiration of our varsity
cheerleaders, These enthusiastic girls were
advised by Mrs, Mortensen and Miss
Head cheerleader Fay Bradshaw had this to
say about being a cheerleader: "l personally
love cheerleading. The greatest part of being
one is when you can really see and feel how
hard the rooters are trying. l've worked with
so many wonderful people, and I am going
to hate to leave them,"
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Cheering at the junior varsity
football and basketball games as
well as wrestling meets were
AlisaI's junior varsity cheerleaders.
These energetic girls were
enthusiastic in raising spirit for our
athletes. They were advised by Mrs.
Mortensen and Miss Stockton.
Head junior varsity cheerleader
Maureen Lee had this to say about
being a junior varsity cheerleader:
"As head junior varsity cheerleader,
I find it a wonderful honor and very
rewarding. Being a cheerleader is
great fun but also a lot of hard
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A new addition has been added to
our pep groups: charming lettergirls
that march with our band and
perform at half times! These
talented girls do hand movements
and formations like songgirls but
march instead of prance. They are
advised by Mrs. Mortensen and
Miss Stockton. Head lettergirls
Carmen Maness and Kelly
Thompson had this to say about
being a Iettergirlz
"We have progressed and improved
our quality to make us one of the
best groups at AIisaI."
Graceful, Dazzling, Captivating . . . ur Majorettes
Practicing uring pepcass e re'a
ln front of the Alisal High Band with
illuminating smiles marched our lovely
majorettes. These four vibrant young ladies
also performed at half times and rallies,
Traveling to different cities and competing
with other schools gave the majorettes
Head majorette Martha Horta had this to say
about being a majorettei
"l love being a majorette. We are organized
together not only to perform but also to have
fun and represent our school,"
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The National Honor Society is an academic organization for outstanding
students in their sophomore, junior, and senior year. The club creates
enthusiasm for scholarships, develops charactor, and promotes worthy
leadership. To be eligible for this organization, a student must maintain
a 3.0 average, and a good attendance record.
President, Karen Briggs, vice-president, Leonora Sirwet, secretary,
Vicky Teague, and treasurer, Mary Kawahira have worked together to
make this club possible. Mr. Puterbaugh also guided and advised them.
Promoting Worth Leadership . . . .H.S.
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Symbols of Alisal High . . . ur Mascots
Emphasizing the symbol of Alisal as well as cheering at
the games with the crowds were two very special people:
Debbie and Melanie. As mascots, they boosted school
spirit and performed routines during halftimes. They were
advised by Mrs. Mortensen and Miss Stockton.
We asked Melanie and Debbie how they felt about being
mascots, and they commented: "We get along very well.
With two mascots, there are more things to do."
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Learning the fundamentals of law,
salesmanship, economics, and
personal finance in a "fun"
atmosphere of conducting activities
for the student body was the LSEPF
Club. The club was responsible for
the staging of the mouth-watering
pie-eating contest, the hilarious
peanut-pu sh, the competitive wrist-
wrestling contest, and many other
fund-raising sales. The whole idea
was to raise money, then spend it
accordingly while being concerned
at all times with the "comings-and-
goings" of their money,
Paula Howard, president,
commented: Under Nlr. Fourcade's
guidance, we sure had a barrel of
fun when we sponsored our many
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Helping the School Out . . . Metals Club
The Metals Club has a certain signifigance for its existence: helping
others, In the past years, the Metals Club has built castles,
drawbridges, and carousels for previous proms. lf you remember
that big hat with the balloons flying out of it at the Jamboree. that
too was made by the metals club, lt's built bicycle racks and
assisted Eddy Escobar in improving our campus, President this year
was Matt Cruthersg vice-pres., Earl Escobar, and Secretary, Rick
Munoz. Mr. Larry Hale once again advised this helpful and needy
organization. Matt Cruthers had this to say about the club: We are
glad to help any organization in need of our service.
Mr. Hale, the club advisor.
Stand back now.
Metal Club Officers
People at Peace . . . .F.S.
This year, the American Field Service was
fortunate to have Jean-Luc Bodson as its foreign
exchange student from Belgium. During his year
at Alisal, Jean-Luc stayed at the home of Mrs.
Nancy Pura. Raising money to support the AFS
student and the Americans Abroad program gave
these officers well earned jobs: Sylvia Chacon.
president. Mary Scott, vice-president, Sandy
Ruttschow, secretary. Lori Gannone, treasurer,
and Gina Thoeni, historian. They helped to
expand the treasury to assure and send the two
American Abroad finalists, Mary Scott and
Janice Haydon, to a foreign country. Sylvia had
this to say about the club: I am very thankful for
our advisors, Mrs. Van Noy and Mrs. Di. whose
advice and patience was extremely appreciated,
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"Hey far out man," was the summerization of this year's yearbook
staff. given by editor Janice Haydon, who performed well in her
maiden year of editorship. Ably advising the class for the fifth year
was Mr. Angelo. Helping Janice was Brenda Olds, who worked as a
a co-editor of Organizations with fellow co-editor Jessie Pabros
and Sindy Ingram, In her third hectic year on the staff, Fay
Bradshaw piloted the entire Senior Section receiving minor aid
from fellow senior Flon Ritchie. Chris Morales teamed with Valerie
Tonus to produce the Activities section. Mike Pura, editor of Boys'
Sports worked hard to meet his deadline, as did Karen Doris who
covered Girls' Sports, Sylvia Chacon, with creative inspiration from
Debbie Sims, led the Classes' section with help from Liz Edu and
Esther La Febre. The Faculty section was managed by Jimmy
Mazzuca, and Bernadette Agpaoa created an outstanding Ads
section, Providing miscellaneous help were: Allen Chinn and Ed
Ramirez. Competent photographers were Chris Armington and
Mario Amaro, With all of the work completed, a familiar cry rose
from the staff-members. "Next year will be better," followed by Mr.
AngeIo's somber, "I hope so."
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The Competitive Organization
Getting the girls interested in after school sport and creating a unity
between the girls was the Girls' Athletic Association's goal. Officers
for this year included: Sharon Andrus. president. Terri Bozzo, vice-
president, Beth Dyk, secretary, Karen Doris, treasurer, Liz Edu, fund
raising, Teresa Gonzales, publicity, and Carol Hale, records, Having
this responsibility gave the girls a new insight, since all the sports
are now interscholastic. which makes competition stronger. This
makes practice twice as hard, Mrs, Camany was always there for a
helping hand when things got rough for the girls, Sharon
commented: Athletics is an important part of any girI's life. As
president of GAA, I Hope that the girls of Alisal High will become
more enthusiastic about sports in the years to come.
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The Sweater Holders
To be recognized as a Block A sweater holder is a great honor: just
ask any sweater wearer. The girls worked hard to earn the right to
wear these sweaters. Taking time out from all the sports, the girls
enjoyed activities such as swimming parties and barbecues. They
also sponsored a car wash which in turn lead to a party.
I Believe in Music
The Vocal Ensemble is a highly select, small group which
represents the Music Department in many concerts for the school
and community. These students are given an opportunity to explore
music which would not 'be possible in larger groups. The students
held many fund raising activities to help pay for their special outifts.
The Vocal Ensemble was very proud to have Mrs. DiGiralamo as
their advisor. The officers this year were: president, Danny
Paying attention adds to a better singer.
The Vocal Ensemble Group.
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Simpson: Vice president, Penny Bingham: secretary, Sylvia
Chacong and treasurer, Gloria Simon. When Danny was asked
about Vocal Ensemble, he replied: The Vocal Ensemble is at times a
great part in the life of a person who plans to make singing a part of
his life. Vocal Ensemble has given me a feeling of satisfaction and
comfort. The closeness to my teacher at crucial points of my
musical life has helped me find the right way to go to be myself.
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Lee, S. Lopez, A. Mallari. J.
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Shelton, G. Simon, J.
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Bride. D. Orr, D. Pena, A.
Rosas, D. Rumminer, P,
Salinas, C. Silacci, R. Simp-
son, D. Teninty, B, Terry, K.
Tolleson, T. Torres, T.
Vargas, I. Villaneda, D,
Villarreal, C. Wall, J, Wash-
ington, K. Willis, E. Wor'
S. Andrus, E. Bandong, S.
Bashline, P. Bingham, D.
Bledshaw, J. Brady, V.
Buen, C. Davis, C. DeAnda,
D. Deaver, A. Deome, D.
Dew, G. Domelog, D.
Douglas. E. Edu. C.
Epperson, E. Felipe, D.
Fernando, L. Gannone. C.
Horn, R. Kelly, M. Kubic, M.
Lineberry, J. Loop, A.
Mallari. D. Moseley. D
Parsons. K. Pryor. K. Rice
G. Robles, K. Flumsower,
S. Rottschow, B. San-
Juan, M. Siababa, C.
Simon, D. Simpson. J
Smith, K. Smith. M. Stidolf
M. Stidolf, J. Strickland. M
Terry, G. Thoeni, K, Thomp-
son. D. Victorine.
ournalistic Honors . . . uill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is an international society for young,
inspired journalists. lt encourages equality in every
aspect of a newspaper production, from the reporting
to the final product.
The officers included: president, Karen Baily, vice-
president, Suzanne Anderson, secretary, Jonetta
Chenea, and treasurer, Susan Tonus. The advisor was
When Karen Baily was asked, what she felt about this
year's workings, she replied: "The opportunities were
endless and the enjoyment was memorable. The
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interested in the French culture and language. The French Club had
many activities this year including the Door Decorating Contest in
which they placed third, the Twirp Dance, and the celebration of
Mardi Gras. All of these activities were made possible with the help
of their able advisor. Mrs. Bainter. This year's officers were:
president, Grace Bandong, vice president, David Kong, secretary.
Jeanette Bounds, and treasurer, Jill Forrest.
French Club members discuss up-coming events.
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earning to Cope with Life . . . Health Careers
Health Careers Club is for young people who are interested in
giving part of their lives for helping others. In this club they learn
what type of courses they will need to further their education in the
medical field. This year the club was lead by Miss Brown. advisor.
Sindy Ingram, president, Tina Kong, vice president, Tammy Garner.
secretary and Carol Martin, treasurer. When Sindy was asked about
the club, she replied: "l feel that this year has been another
successful year. This club has helped many young people become
what they want to be."
Health Career's Club.
The Electronics Club was quite busy with its many activities this
year. the major ones were: developing inexpensive activities that
the individual members could afford. A few of these activities are
photography. radio control, airplanes, and model rocketry. The
. . . . Electronics Club
Qmembers also repair things for teachers and students which
provides the students with experience. The officer's of the club this
year were: David Matt, president and Tony Gerbic vice-president.
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Literary Appreciation . . . Library uild
Promoting interest in books, libraries and reading as a fun activity is
the purpose of the Library Guild Club. This year the club
participated in the Christmas Door decoration contest and received
an honorable mention award. The club is also planning to sponsor
Western Week to promote interest in stories and history of the
The officers are: James Green, president, Kim Camp, vice-
president, Joyce Chamberlain, secretary, Reyola Ching. treasurer.
The advisor is the librarian, Mrs. Wilson. President James Green
commented: "l think it is a good club, if we had more members. it
would be better." .N ,
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Renting and Producing Films . . . Films Club
K The Fantastic
Raising enough money to rent and also produce their own films
kept the Films Club active this year. Making their own film in
Carmel during the summer was a hilarious experience and a
Their mighty leader was Mr. Foreman advising them in time of
need, Dave Banda served as president, Bruce Victorine. vice-
president, Sandy Fluttschow, secretary, and Rose Ramos, treasurer.
Dave commented on his club sayingi "I think getting people
together in a spirit of friendship was the most rewarding respect of
the cIub." "
Backing Up our Track Athletes Track Interest
The Track Interest Club had its share of
activities this year at the track and cross
country meets. Cheering and encouraging,
doing the little jobs that had to be done at
the meets were the main function of this
club. These jobs ranged from keeping score
to raking the jump pits. They also painted
and lettered the new name boards that were
hung this year. The club officers werei
Rosanne Ryburn, president, Jessie Pabros,
vice-president, Edwing Worden, secretary.
and Michelle Lineberry, treasurer.
Rosanne commented on the club: I was
surprised at how much the club accomp-
lished this year with just a few members.
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Experiencing German Culture . . . German Club
Don't look now, but they're trying to sell us some more Gummi Bears."
Sprechen sie Deutch? Bringing together people who
are interested in German culture was the purpose of
the German Club. The members participated in
activities which had something to do with Germany's
way of life. Every year they take a field trip to the
Monterey Viennese Bakery, sell Gummi Bears, and
participate in the Christmas Door Decoration contest.
For three years they've had a German banquet for the
families of the club members.
Keeping the club active were president, Bill
Cunningham, vice-president, Esther Russo, secretary,
Marsha Ward, treasurer, Alicia Echon, and advisor,
Bill summed up the year by commenting: With all the
activities we were able to participate in, I have found
them enjoyable and wish they could continue so that
others may also enioy them.
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Good Grades Pay Off . . . C.S.F.
This year the organization CSF worked hard: they had to, to maintain their grades, Spending a lot of time on
homework wasn't the only thing they did, however, they had many worthy activities. Mary Scott was the
president of the club, and Mrs. Cobbley fthe club's advisor! helped out whenever it was necessary. The club
had a very successful year, with many people qualifying.
The officers of CSF.
The CSF group.
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People . . .
We came to hear and we came to see the cheerleaders and
songleaders perform their cheers and routines. We watched the
funny skits. the fantastic rollouts, and most of all to give and be a
part of the spirit, for which Alisal has always been well-known.
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L.S.E.P.F. Pie Eating Contest
Laughter roared through the bleachers. Banana, chocolate, vanilla. and pumpkin
cream pie covered the gym floor. The contestants eagerly and energetically dove
their faces into a mass of cream and indulged as much as their stomachs could
hold. Minutes later a pie eater submerged from the remains of a tasty pie and
gasped for air. We had a winner!!
For the ninth year, Alisal High was threatened loopsl treated to the annual pie
eating contest, sponsored by the L.S.E.P.F. Club. Janice Haydon's hard efforts
brought her a first during fifth. while Rex Samples, who wasn't too far behind
came in second. The sixth period winner was Pete Pura. Coming in with a strong
second was our very own foreign exchange student, Jean Luc Bodson!
Turkeys were awarded to the pie eaters for their magnificent performances. As
consolation prizes, smaller turkeys and turkey pie dinners were given.
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An Exchange With Belgium
During the year 1973-1974, Belgium is the guest of Alisal High School. My
name, Jean Luc Bodson, has been found so difficult that I am called "Lucky
John" or "Freebee".
When I left Europe. I was living in an apartment quite little but comfortable. I
have one brother, younger, Pierre, who is also going to high school. Angleur,
where I live, is a beautiful suburb of a large city called Liege in the southern and
French part of Belgium. If I had to describe my area, I would be very romantic.
"The wind blowing in the woods. the snow in winter. the yellow flowers in
summer. and the red polluted sky." Sometimes these things have put some color
and sound in a life which was boring Isleep, bus. schooll.
My school in Europe has been very hard. I took "Scientifique A" which meant a
schedule of 14 classes every week with 1 1 hours of mathematics a week. I have
always appreciated Pink Floyd, Bach, movies, and politics.
Perhaps one has to find in that passion my love of traveling and of meeting new
people. I have fortunately found in AFS a friend who was thinking the same thing
and as a result I have had the lucky opportunity of knowing all of you at Alisal. As
a message, I would give you this idea: never stop anywhere but continue on your
way, fighting for a better understanding between people. Be ready to give your
time. Make known your passion for life. Then there will be a better justice
En celte annec 1973-1974, Ie Belgique est I'hote de Aliasl High School. Mon
nom, Jean Luc Bodson, fut trouve difficileque fe tus surhomme "Lucky John" ou
Ouand je quiltai I'Europe, je vi vais daus un appartement pev spacicux mais
comfortable. J'ai un je unc Pierre, qui va egalement au collige. Angleur, est ou
paisible foubourg deliege. situee daus le fasertic Francaue de Ia Belgique. Si
javais a decrire hia region, je serais tres romantique. "Le veut sauffaut daus les
beis, Ia heige in hiver, les fleursj annes eu e te et le ciel rouis el hollue out colore
et reudu vuvaut rue vic qui el aut fondarueut alewint "BIodo, metro, bouIot".
Mon e'coIe eu Europe fut tres eprouvaute. J avas frir les "Scientifique A" Ie qui
significit un horaire ole 14 cours chaque sernaine. Anee 11 cours de math.
Tleurusenemt, J ai toujous affrecie aunibieu les Pink Floyd que Bach, le cinenne
el que Ia politique.
Peut etre doit on trouve: dans celte passion mouaniour pour les voyages et Ia
vencoutre. J ai heureusement trouve daus l'AFS un ami qui peusait la menu chon
et comure consequement j ai eu I'occasion de connaitre vous touv etudiauts
I'AlicaI. Comme derniere feune j voustrais vous dire leci: Ne vous arretez j annais
hulle part mais continuez edre chernin, vous baltout pour une mem-.-:ure
comprehinsion entre peuples, et soyez tret pour aomnez votre teups pour fave
commaitre vos oanous, votre amour pour vd meilleure justice partout.
All The World is a Stage . . . Drama Department
Alisal High School's Theatre Department offered several different
types of theatrical experiences to its students this year. The gentle
comedy, "Harvey" was presented in arena theatre in the fall.
"David and Lisa", a serious play about the problems of two young
people, was offered in the spring. ln addition, the department
performed a children's play, "The Emperor's New Clothes".
Production of the fifth annual "Peak Night" brought the season to
an end. The students traveled to San Francisco and even Ashland,
Oregon to view several drama presentations.
Props, an important part of the stage,
Dinker, a drama veteran
Mr. Mullins instructs student.
Listening is a vital part of learning
Mr. Mullins, hard at work.
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Alisal High's Art Department has always produced work that was
creative and inventive and this year was no exception. The students
worked with leather, clay jewelry, and other crafts. They learned
how to put a little bit of themselves and to add their own touch into
their work. This year the Art Department lost Mrs. Roessler who
had taught arts and crafts. Mr. Lee and Mr. Johnson, this year's art
instructors, taught with a certain style which made the year an
Mr. Lee, hard at work.
Mr. Lee demonstrates.
Listen to the Music
High notes and low notes. Sweet notes and sour notes. The vocal
groups of Alisal High always managed to put together the right
sounds, and this year was no exception. The Christmas concert,
which was held on December 20, 1973, was, of course, a great
success for all vocal groups and especially to Mrs. Di who directed
Mrs. Di Girolamo, a very dedicated and talented vocal teacher, has
contributed much time and effort to make vocal a tremendous
success. She has always earned sincere thanks and gratitude for a
job well done.
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Melody, Harmony, and a Tune . . .
The never ending practice.
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This year. the Alisal High School band was an inexperienced one
with over 40 Freshmen. Although the band was young, it had a
very busy year. There were three concerts and numerous parades
which the band attended. One of the highlights of the year was the
second annual Alisal Band Playnight where the band invited North
Salinas and Salinas High bands to a night of fun and games. The
band also held a Pancake Breakfast and raffled off a motorcycle
and a television in order to make money for a trip to Hawaii.
Unfortunately. the trip could not be made due to the energy crisis.
The year's officers were Suzanne Anderson, president, Jonetta
Chenea, vice-president, Janice Haydon. secretary and Leonora
Sirwet, treasurer. Drum major was Allen Chinn. Mr. Horsley
conducted the band.
Mom makes last minute touches.
The band betore a parade.
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For the 1973 Homecoming,
the Trojan marching band
began the ceremony by
performing a short halftime. It
featured the drill team, flag
girls, and majorettes. The
queen candidates then entered
the field. The queen candidates
were: Miss Julie Azzopardi
escorted by Alfred Perez. Miss
Fay Bradshaw with escort
Duane Anderson, Miss Debbie
Salinas whose escort was Greg
Pittard. and Miss Angie
Marquez with escort Fred
Osborn. Chosen to be
Princesses for the Junior class
were Miss Janice Haydon
escorted by Phil Dyk and Miss
Roberta Heess with escort Tom
Gray. The Sophomore class
once again nominated Miss
Yolanda Barragan whose
escort was Ruben Pulido. The
Freshman Princess was Miss
Kim Tolsen escorted by Cory
Patton. The suspense which
had lingered throughout the
day was finally broken as Miss
Angie Marquez was crowned
Homecoming queen by former
queen Miss Mary Cowan.
Angie was presented with the
queen's crown and red roses.
Making the evening complete
was the defeat of the Salinas
High Cowboys by the Alisal
High Trojans 22-21.
"Precious and Few
Peppermint candy canes, sprigs of mistletoe, and brightly
decorated doors created the Christmas mood for the
students of Alisal High. Students and teachers smiled
gaily at one another as Christmas music and festivities
penetrated through the school. Everyone was eager to join
in with the spirit of the upcoming holiday.
Freshmen sold tasty cookies, while Sophomores. for the
second year in a row. sold candy canes. and the Juniors
passed out mistletoe for a small price, Many of the clubs
entered into the annual Door Decorating Contest and let
their imaginations go, creating interesting and colorful
Everyone took part in making Christmas spirit alive at
Alisal. Even when everyone left for vacation, the halls still
lingered with the true spirit of Christmas.
Freshmen sell their Christmas treats.
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Christmas greenery soon to be decorated.
Renaissance Door wins "Most Spirited."
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A Social athering . . . Assemblies
The audience waited in suspence as the man shook the bottle
vigorously. Seconds later. the audience gasped as a mass of white
foam rubber flew out of the bottle. Later, the man picked a student
from the audience to be in his next demonstration. The students
eagerly awaited to see what would happen next. The "Previews of
Progress" demonstration is just one example of the assemblies
Alisal High had this year. This assembly was given by two General
Electric representatives who gave our school descriptive, illustrated
examples of today's progress in the field of science.
Tim Owens, a country western artist from Nashville. Tennessee.
filled the gym with his own special style of music and captivated
the audience at another one of our assemblies. He soon had the
students clapping their hands to the beat of his music as he
willingly sang and strummed his guitar.
These two programs are examples of the successful and
entertaining assemblies the students at Alisal had this year. Many
thanks to commissioner oflpublicity, Kathy Powell, for arranging
these fine assemblies.
Students wait in suspense while the General Electric representative shakes the
Grace Bandong and
Doug Kuepfer Crowned
Hearts King and
Valentines and kisses are not all that there is to Valentine's Day.
There's AlisaI's King and Queen of Hearts Dance sponsored by the
Future Farmers of America. This year's King and Queen were Doug
Kuepfer and Grace Bandong sponsored by the French Club. Second
place went to Erna Cardona and Tracy Tanawan sponsored by the
Sophomore Class and third place was Evelyn Barrientos and Arthur
Quienteros sponsored by the soccer Club. The band. Savannah.
proved to be very enjoyable and helped to make the 1974 King and
Bandong and Doug
eign as King and Queen
Queen of Hearts Dance a memorable one.
Earl. put that radio back!
"Harvey", "David and Lisa" Take Top Billing
This year the Drama Department presented
a variety of delightful, dramatic productions.
"Harvey" was presented in the fall. This play
was a fantasy about Elwood P, Doud and his
imaginary friend. Harvey. In the spring.
"David and Lisa" was offered. The plot
concerned itself with a young teenage girl.
her mixed-up, emotional world, and her
relationship with a boy named David. Mr.
Richard Mullins is responsible for putting on
these fine. enjoyable plays.
Myrtle Mae Simmons .
Veta Louise Simmons .
Elwood P. Doud .
Miss Johnson .......
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet .
Ruth Kelley, RN .,....
Duane Wilson ,,.....
Lyman Sanderson, M.D. ,.,,. ,
William Chumley, M.D.
. Mary Scott
. Mike Kubic
. . .Kim Pryor
, . Keith Rice
. Chris Wood
Betty Chumley ......,..... Diane Harrison
Judge Gaffney ,,,, , , , Wayne Budd
E.S. Lofgren ,,,, ,,,, T ony Gerbic
The cast of HARVEY.
David and Lisa find understanding in each other.
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David Clemens. .
Mrs. Clemens . . .
Dr, Alan Swinford
Mrs. Ferris .....
Maureen Hart, ..
Sandra , . .
Lisa ,... .
Robert . . .
Mr. Clemens ....
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Second Boy ....
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1974 Basketball Homecoming Queen, Susan Tonus and escort, Bill Giannotti.
l974 Basketball Homecoming Queen.
Princess Julie Azzapardi and Larry Thomas. Princess Lynn Anderson and Duane Anderson.
-- Oueen Susan Tonus and Bill Giannotti,
As the basketball season rolled around so did the excitement of the
1974 Basketball Homecoming. Homecoming was held on February
19th when the Alisal Trojans met the Toreadores of Monterey in
the last game of the season. The candidates and their escorts.
were: Julie Azzapardi with escort, Larry Thomas, Lyn Anderson
with her escort, Duane Anderson: Debbie Douglas with escort
John Marsala, and Susan Tonus with her escort, Bill Giannotti.
During a half-time ceremony, Susan Tonus was announced Alisal's
1974 Basketball Homecoming Queen. Susan was crowned by
Debbie Sartwell. Alisal's 1973 Queen. She was also presented a
dozen red roses and an engraved tray.
1974 Basketball Homecoming Queen Contestants and their escorts.
Princess Debbie Douglas and John Marsala
Lending a Helping Hand . . . Work Experience
"Helping students find jobs and providing
understanding counselors" Work Experience.
When a student is in need of a job Miss Garbarini or
Mr. Whitely try and fullfill the need. Students earn
credits for Work Experience depending upon -the
number of hours worked during the month. Work
Experience teaches student employees the kind of
attitude and the many responsibilities of holding a job
in the American society.
Cheryl Pendergrass helps an "Earrisitable" customer.
George Zapata on the job at "Casa de Flores."
Miss Garbarini, work experience counselor.
Sylvia Castro greets a customer
A Program To
Plan Your Future
Mr. Whitely arranges an interview.
The Regional Occupation Program is a successful way students can
obtain a well-paying job while going to school. Many students hmm
now entered different professional fields such as Dental Assista nts.
Floriculture. Carpentry, Cosmetology. and Retail Merchandising.
These students are bussed to different areas: Gonzales High, Dick
Bruhn's, Hartnell, and Salinas High. Classes cover for one or two
semesters, depending on the depth of the class subject. The classes
last for three hours and the students receive ten credits for each
semester. Mr. Whitely and Miss Garbarini are responsible for this
Inez Burnes practices on student Athena Knight.
This is the way you brush your teeth, brush your teeth.
"I Remember" . . . Childhood Reunion Da
As Seniors looked back on their
crazy childhood days, they became
children once more. In the inner-
court. such activities were held as
the famous tricycle race in which
Seniors vied for the chance to
peddle to first place. Around
feeding time Steve Crain gulped his
way towards first in the bottle
feeding contest. Other activities
were relay races, and jump roping.
The Childhood Reunion Day was
just one of the many activities the
Seniors participated in this year.
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A smile costs nothing, but gives much. It enriches those
who receive, without making poorer those who give. It
takes but a moment. but the memory of it sometimes
lasts forever. A smile cannot be bought, begged,
borrowed, or stolen, for it is something that is of no
value to anyone until it is given away. Some people are
too tired to give you a Smile. Give them one of yours, as
none needs a Smile so much as he who has no more to
Janice 84 Brenda
Best wishes to each student of the class of 1974.
So we wanna laugh while the laughing is easy. we
wanna cry if it makes it worthwhile-that's why we want
Fay and Ron
To be hurt many times and to forgive the other for the
pain that one has given is God's blessing of Eternal love.
Teresa D.J. Amaro
Alisal High Booster Club
Congratulations Class of 74
Thank you for your help
"The Malicians have a dark happiness, therefore the
supreme happiness of life is the Conviction that we are
VH and Fl. Puterbaugh
Good Luck to the class of '74'
Mr. and Mrs. Chinn
LIBRARY-Staff of Life
A Cheerleaders Dream:
iMake it true in the FUTUREJ
"To live without the criticizms. misunderstandings and
the unknowing people."
Fay Bradshaw '74'
Mourn not for what you have lost but be thankful for all
the beautiful memories.
Happy anniversary, Steve. l wish you the best in life.
Thank you for all the beautiful memories we've shared
this year . . . lwill love you always.
Congratulations to the class of "74"
Hosie Noroian, Mrs. Haddan, Angie Gorgulho, Mrs.
Yoder, Roy Fiede, Mrs. Hursh, Mrs. McLaughlin, and
There is nothing I can give you which you have not: But
there is much, very much, that while I cannot give. you
can take. FG
The Sophomore Class would like to thank our advisor
Mrs. Sapiens, Mr. Siordia and Mr. Poulsen for all their
time and help in guiding us through the year of 73-74.
The Junior Class of Alisal High would like to extend their
best wishes to the graduating class of '74'
1974: the most outstanding and spirited graduates of
Alisal High School. Best of Luck.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bradshaw
The Freshman Class
R Si R Pharmacy Castroville: Good Luck class of "74"
The Senior Class wishes to express their gratitude to all
those who have made this year one we can all
remember and cherish throughout our lives.
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