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• " ■-- -■ " - ■ . .1 Summa ' 70 Volume XI Aquinas Higli School Published By The Yearbook Staff San Bernardino, California f trrSi PEAC ' r ■SMttB " - 5 300 45P War, loneliness, hunger, and hatred are all pro- ducts of the injustice of the 1960 ' s. To eradicate hun- ger, replace hatred, and outlaw war, there must be understanding and peace for all mankind; the lofty ideals of the ' 60 ' s must become the realization of the 1970 ' s. This is the " Challenge of the ' 70 ' s. " Ready and eager to meet this challenge are the vibrant, high- powered youth of today. They possess greater knowledge and better understanding of the world than most previous generations. What they lack now is experience. When they gain this experience, they will be ready and able to accept the responsi- bilities which the challenge of the ' 70 ' s offers. To say O Cod Almighty! To come back! To complete the curve to come back Singing with procedure back through the last dark Of the moon, past the dim ritual Random stones of oblivion, and through the blinding edge Of moonlight into the sun And behold The blue planet steeped in its dream Of reality, its calculated vision shaking with The only love. by James Dickey 70 ' S CHALLENGE The Challenge of the 70 ' s must be met by the youth of today. This means the student of today ' s high school must prepare hi mself now to meet the chal- lenge. The Aquinas student works to meet the challenges by preparing himself in the four facets of his life: Academic, Spiritual, Social and Athletic. He must realize he should be strong in each one of these facets. To be weak in one means the student will have that much less ability to cope with the challenges he will meet in the next ten years. So with these thoughts in mind the Aquinas student now must dedicate his time to the development of himself to be able to meet the 70 ' s Challenge. Contents Theme Activities Sports Faculty Curriculum Underclassmen Seniors Conclusion Activities Because die student is a person, his life is a variety of impressions. A great part of his time is spent in school and studying, but the other activities may equally impress him with their challenges. There are so many challenges to change him, and the student gets a little out of each activity. It is all evolving in each event, each gathering of a few friends; a mixture of books and lectures swirled into a realization of the everyday challenge. The student projects as a leader and a follower, a competitor and a friend; always the same, yet always a challenge, giving to himself and saying something to everyone around him. Empty halls for another day Junior float at homecoming Key Club dance band. P. S. A. poster party © ■Un j ' . |T?., i t ft Vi Jm R r ii JMjmI m ' I mi 1 ■ lM m 111 eHW ' jpP ' HMjjjH HH HlJ dlr BlHjHfeL Well-groomed gentlemen. Marine Color Guard -Homecoming. THE 70 ' s CHA LLENGE Junior-Senior Week. Juniors revenge Seniors. Juniors push Seniors for spirit. . f A -M-9 w ' s rCy|| Homecoming The 1969 Football Homecoming was one of the brightest social successes of the year. For the first time Aquinas had a well- organized home- coming which included a bonfire, half-time activities complete with floats, and the coronation of the home coming queen. The Homecoming Court included Queen Penny Warndorf, Senior Princesses Donna Carman and Judy Fiscalini, Junior Princess Debbie Huntsmen, Sophomore Princess Killoren Riddell, and Freshmen Princess Kim Bauer. The delightful Homecoming Dance was the final touch which made this homecoming the most memorable, due to the efforts of Father Patrick O ' Keeffe. The Senior float: the winner Freshmen float It ' s a Small Small World Aquinas men find the choice of homecoming queen an impossible task. «aV Wi ' iVwJJ.Sij Homecoming Queen Penny Warndorf and her escort, Senior Joe Hernandez. Hard work made the senior float into a winner. Tony Rosso, Charlene Cannan, Kathy Serin. il,, and Kim DiPasqnale enjoy refreshments at the dance. Basketball Homecoming A success this year, as it is every year, was the 1970 Basketball Homecoming. This year Notre Dame was the Homecoming visitor and Aquinas celebrated the dance in a jovial mood as Notre Dame returned home defeated. The dance was as delightful as ever with the superb performance of the " California Exchange. " This band seemed to set a mood of happiness and merriment which added immensely to the enjoyment of all who attend- ed. The Basketball Homecoming Queen was Donna Carman, Senior Princesses were Kathy Foley, Marlene Costa, and Janet Strom; also there were Junior Princess Donna Underwood, Sophomore Princess Donna Bush, and Freshman Princess Kathy Berry. Queen and her escort lead the dance. i. P The Court: Princesses Donna Bush, Donna Underwood, Kathy Foley, Queen Donna Cannan, Princesses Marlene trom, and Kathy B i . 10 Queen Donna escorted by Dave Miller. The coron ation of Queen Donna Cannan. V - 4 J Albert Gallo and date in a talkative mood. [aime in a i 1 1 Student Government Means Concern This year at Aquinas the student government was one of the finest the school has had. Led by hard working ASB President Ron Cisneros, The Executive Board intelligently handled all student matters. The methods employed by the Student Government showed initiative: the Student Forum heard opinions given on both sides of controversial topics; the Student Control Officers determined violations of school regulations; the Student Court meted out justice toward offenders. The members of the student ; vernment have shown their willing- ness to accept any challenge. Student Council: Dave Miller, Jaime Rosso, Dominic Mercadante, Ron Cisneros, Dave Coy. Joe Hernandez, John Campbell. Tony Rosso, Angelo Romeo, Fr. O ' Keeffe. A. S. B. President: Ron Cisneros 1 Board: Joe Hernandez, ngelo Romeo, 1 Pirio, Dom Men idante, Roi i . Dave Miller. 1? mm Chief Justice: Angelo Romeo Student Court: Dave Porras, Joe Hernandez, Angelo Romeo, Mike Hodge, Steve Dinise, Dom Mercadante. Student Control Officers: Darrcll Coo, Bob Patterson, Dave Porras, Bob Nelson, Dave Smith, Paul Chandler, Jess Marquez, Ted Purpcro, Matt Szymczak. 13 THE 70 ' s CHA LLENGE In the Aquinas student ' s extra-curricular interests, no field is more valuable than that of clubs. Each individual possesses personal interests. This requires the establish- ment of separate organizations with desired purposes of advancing the respective interests of their members. Conversely, each club accomplis hes nothing and is worthless unless the projects it proposes are carried to success. Good clubs are composed of - Aquinas men who face " The 70 ' s Challenge. " 14 15 5 Pep Society Monogram Club Two of the more outstanding clubs at Aquinas are the Monogram Club and the Pep Society ol Aquinas. The P S.A. is new to the campus this this year. Much of its success was made possible by Fr. O ' Keeffe, the moderator. Better relations between Aquinas and St. Bernardino ' s have come about through Lire various activities coordinated by the P. S.A. The Monogram Club consists of all the varsity athletes. Among the various activities of the club was the " free throw contest " . This club truly represents the sportsmanship and athletic accomplishments of Aquinas. Mr. Dennis Wilson, ath- letic director, is the newly- appointed moderator. Aquinas Representatives: M. Hodge S n P J son, J. McCaughey, M. Rodriguez, J. Campbell, r. Si Bi i iardi ie ' Repn entati ' e Stan Piehler, J. Nelson, T. Matern, C. Carman. _ Cannan, S. Carlone, P. Howe, 16 le, Sitting; P.S.A. Officers: S. Szymczak, D. Carman, D. Cloud, D. Mercadante. Monogram Club Officers: P. Lawrence, M. Rogers, K. Smith, H. Vierra. Monogram Club. Kneeling: J. Matich, R. Hendricksen, M. Szymczak, T. Eichenberg, D. Coo. D. Porras. R. Barsotti, R. Smith, M. Ehlhardt, A. Romeo, D. Miller, D. Smith, D. VanderWoude, M. I hlhardt. Standing: Moderator Mr. Wilson, P. Lawrence. K. Borsotti, B. Rideout, R. Cisneros, T. Turcotte, B. Perez, J. McCaughey, E. Rui , A. Zaragoza, M. Harmon, M. Hodge, 15. Mercadante. M. Rogers, I. Lentine, J. Hernandez, B. Mac Charles. I . Frechett, H. Vierra, S. Szymczak, M. Eason, I. Konyn, D. Strnad, I. Holland, L. Gardner, J. Rosso, C. Echeverri, P. Wolfe, A. Leon, J. Vincent. E. Resendez. 17 Spirit Movers Spirit Movers, who have con- tributed their time and energy, have lifted much Aquinas spirit. With their fine display of talent, which expressed hard and dedi- cated work, the Aquinas enthus- iasm in sports has been improved reassuringly. Under the leadership of Drill Team Captain Maria Ferry, the Drill Team has helped us out with their half-time shows. Captain Patti Cribbs with " V " Cheerleaders and Mascots have organized one of the best rooting sections in the League. Killorin Riddell and the " B " Cheerleaders have done a tremen- dous job. " Thanks Spirit Movers for the sacrifices you made " is a cheer from Aquinas. A striking pose by the Drill Captains: Deborah Muratalla, Maria Ferry, and Barbara Bishop. Drill Team: (leli to right) First row- Co-captain B. Bishop, mascot 1. Bishop, Captain 1. Ferry. Second row- M. Daschbauch, B. Urquhart, D. Moreno, L. Rodriquez, D. Nicolino, N. Angelo, M. Rodriquez, Y. Mag i . R. Briggs, R. Moore, L. I lendricksen, L. Rochu, A. O ' Brien, T. Ryan, Y. Montoya. third row- C. Crowley, o, i. !.n. i, J. Farrell, K. Syfert. Not pictured: I ' . Muratalla-co-captain, R. Stockton, 1. Laurence, I). Oliva. 18 Mascots Dee Dee Nickell and Tarie Matern keep spirit high. Varsity: Patti Cribbs, Karen Antaveros, Vlarianne Nicholson, and Dorothy Cloud. Not pictured Jeani Nel " B 1 " : facl ie Nicholson, Michelle Sansone, Killorin Riddell, Cathy Heintz, Kim Bauer, and Charlene Caiman. Falcon Staff and Pre-Seminary Informing and bettering the stu- dents are two aspects of the Chal- lenge of the 70 ' s which were eagerly met this year by the school newspaper, THE FALCON, and the Pre-Seminary Program. Hoping to live up to last year ' s standards, which won for Aquinas the All Catholic Award for School News- papers, the staff, headed by Moder- ator Mr. Russell, and Editor, Tim Gallavan, searched for and wrote every possible news, sports, and feature story, making each issue of the paper both informing and enter- taining. A new organization, the Pre-Sem- inary Program was introduced to Aquinas this year for all boys who have thought at some time or are thinking of entering the priesthood in later life. It provides a perfect oppor- tunity for individual betterment as well as opportunity for group activi- ties. The Pre-Seminary Program or- ganized many activities including various retreats, one of which was held overnight, and a Christmas party for the underprivileged children of the community. This organization enjoyed much success this year and looks as if it is here to stay. In meeting the Challenge of the 70 ' s, both of these organizations have done their part. FALCON: Moderator Mr. Russell, Assistant Editor Pierce Flynn, Editor Tim Gallavan, Assistant Editor G. Lonberger. FALCON STAFF: Front: D. Mercadante, T. Gallavan, E. Resendez, P. Flynn, R. Abram, J. I.entine, J. Vincent, M. Pritchett. Back: A. Romeo, H. Warren, J. Holland, S. Szymczak, I). Frechette, G. Lonbeiger, B. Allison. Pre-Seminarians: C. Ross, M. Rodriguez, C. Shugard, L. Lcli, K. Navickie, E. Rea, L. Sanchez, G. Schneider, B. Surratt, P. Desrochers, J. Lentine. Pre-Seminarians Gary Schneider, Ed Rea, Bill Surratt, Ray Resales, and John Lentine, discuss plan;, toi Christmas [ ' arty. Pre-Seminarians assist at school Mass. 21 Ability, Brains, and Soul The tlrree service clubs at Aquinas with the Ability, Brains and the Soul are the Ke} Club, National Honor Society and the Holy- Name Society. As the main service association, the Key Club busies itself by performing tasks around school - tasks that range from putting desks together to holding dances. I he National Honor Society ' s main func- tion is the maintaining of the high scholastic level of the members and setting an example for the school to follow. V- Aquinas ' religion-oriented club, the Holy Name Society ' s purpose is to help the young men of Aquinas to better themselves spiritually. The Aquinas campus has improved much through the efforts these clubs put forth. They produce many students each year who possess the Ability, Brains, and the Soul to carry the Challenge in our world today. National Honor Society officers: Tim Gallavan, Steve Szymczak, Fr. Pomis, adviser. Key Club: I. Resendez, I. Lentine, M. Pritchett, II. Vierra, s. Szymczak, M. Hodge, . Romeo, I. Rosso, irquez, I ' -. Nelson, R. D. Smith, I. Hernandez, s. Dinise, D. Coo. 22 i ■ MMJA 5- H M » ■ National Honoi So iety: R. Abram, undo , P. 1 lynn . . Romeo, H. ion a, S. ' . ! . illa . n, M. Pirio, I. 1 entine, M. Hodge, G. Schneider, I. Hernandez, D. VanderWoude. Key Club officers: ]. Rosso, Secretary; A. Romeo, Vice-president; J Hernandez, President. Holy Name Societ-j officers: S. Heynen, I. McCaughey, B. Allison. .ame Society: J. Matich, G. Vera, J. McCaughey, P. Desrochers, G. Schneider, B. MacCharles, M. Szymczak, I. Vincent, K. DiPasquaL Martin, J. Shepard, S. H I. Spotts, T. Eichenberg, I. 1 ttine, S. Mc( in ghe] . I . Turcotte, B. lli: i . D, ite. S VMM A Staff Accepts Theme ?.i 25 Sports . quinas prides itself as not only developing an individual mentally but also physically. Teamwork and individual initiative have been illustrated through the various athletics. Spirit has also been the keyword at all Aquinas events. From team spirit to rooter spirit, Aquinas students show the strong driving force which moti- vates the athletes. The 70 ' s challenge will always be enhanced and embodied by the Aquinas men. THE 70 ' S CHALLENGE n 26 V C.I.F. Playoffs After compiling a successful record in regular League play by tying for first place with Notre Dame High School, the Aquinas Falcons moved on to the C.I.F. playoffs. The first challenge was Desert High ' s Scorpions who were defeated during overtime play in an exciting game. In the following game against Yucca Valley, the Falcons were again victorious. They scored their season ' s lughest score of 100 points while Yucca Valley pegged 80 points. 1 os Angeles ' 1 utheran High School Lions were the next team to fall prey to the Falcons. The Lions were never Mire of victory on the Inglewood High School court. The Falcon ' s momentum, which had aroused great school spirit, was stopped. The Trona High School Tornadoes engulfed the Falcons with super- ior playing. The Aquinas Falcons ' basketball team of 1970 will be always a challenge in sportsmanship and spirit for an) future team to beat. C. I. F. Scores Op] onent Aquinas Desert High Scl iooI Vi 64 Yucca alley so 10(i Lutheran n 62 Trona 72 54 A. Romeo fires away R. Smith scores despite high-flying defense. (Sun- Telegram photo) D. Mercadante leads the way in a fast break. The 1 .ilcons take lime out as an eager crowd cheers them on. L. Gardner (40) and S. Szymczak (54) foil Yucca Valley ' s attempt. Dave Miller drives in to score by putting the move on a Trona man. L. Gardner snatches a rebound. A. Romeo guards the ball from Trona. 29 Varsity Football The Falcons had high hopes for a very i i . " ' Jul season this year. Mr. Dennis Wilson, assistant coach for four years, became head coach and made noble attemps. Having lost all their pre- season games, the team tried possibly to build a reputation in league games, but the first one against Notre Dame ended in defeat. The Falcons came back with two towering victories over Chino and Big Bear. Webb broke die winning streak. Visions of ending the season with a victory were vanquished by C. S. D. R. in a vin close game. The Falcons still have hopes for a successful season in the near future. Coach Wilson and QB Ruiz plan strategy. Fronl row: I. Eichenberg, G. Cavali, D. Smith, D. Porras, A. 1 eon, D. Pedroza, S. Dinise, 1. Rosso, D. , VI. Ehl mil, I. Vincent, T. Mangione. Middle row B. Warren, R. Patterson, I. Ruiz, B. Healy, D. Miller, II. Vicrra, II. Rheubottom, P. Wolfe, 1. Szymczak, P. Lawrence, 1. Pirio, v ' i coach Mr. Servin. Back row: Coach Wilson, I. McCaughey, M. Eason, I. Lentine, M. Ehlhardt, S. Szymczak, D. Strnad, M. Harmon, D. Lcwandowski, K. Barsotti, P. Elynn. in isfci M 1 0m n- r « $s Steve Szymczak powers his way downfield. Besides his tremendous blocking job, Steve made the " tackle eligible " go! A dejected Falcon recalls the [oe Lentine how tin e strength of tin I three men behind him. 31 r i. 4 ? Dave Smith (60) and Henry Vierra (32) bring down an Elsinore man under the watchful eyes of Maurice Pirio. Eliseo Ruiz (12) punts against Elsinore. Ik V ' i ' J,. 3? Richard Smith (40) runs against Beaumont. Beaumont QB watches futile play. Falcon offensive team watches Webb game. Dave Miller shows tack- ling skill. Lawrence stops Elsinore runner. Falcons set up defense against Beaumont FALCONS OPPOSITION Beaumont 40 Elsinore 8 Rim of the World 27 6 Notre Dame 28 26 Boys ' Republic 52 Big Bear 6 Webb 28 22 Calif. School for Deaf Riverside 28 Matt Ehlhardt rushes help. 33 k . 1 B Football The " B " football team went through a rough season tins year losing all of their pre-season games. The B ' s , composed mainly of freshmen and sophomores, struggled valiantly in these contests but were just outclassed by their bigger opponents. Coach Mc Millan ' s B players entered league play- enthusiastically but were still not able to win their first game until they met Webb. They were able to finish the season on a winning note by defeating C. S. D.R. BOX SCORES WE THEY 6 Beaumont 40 Elsinore 27 6 Rim of the World 40 Notre Dame 6 10 Boys ' Republic 14 28 Big Bear 52 22 Webb 12 30 C.S.D.R. 10 ill Flynn powers his way onward. i row: J. McMahon, B. Kieslcr, D. Wiss, L. Stoddard. S. Riddell, D. Ran. M. Rosso, S. Heynen, D. indi rwoulde; Middle: A. Rosso, R. Con ales, A. Mena, I ' .. Flynn, D. Pena, V. M ire, G. Shuggard, M. n, 1. Matich, P. Schmidt, Coach Fr. Devine; Back: Coach McMillan, ' I ' . Puerpero, M. Mena, ' 1 ' . O ' Malley, I). Oros, T. Aragon, M. Puett, J. Cambell, T. Schneider, T. Jones, R. Cambell. 34 Freshman Bill Flynn leans one over for a big score. Hard-working Aquinas " B " finally stopped, but not put r, . Ted Puerpero makes i 35 T Varisty Basketball The Falcons had a great season this year, tying for first place in the Arrowhead League with arch- rival Notre Dame. Under the able coaching of Mr. Ernie Ciabattini, the Falcons lived up to last year ' s reputation. After a slow start in the pre-season games, the Falcons swept through the league, losing only once to Notre Dame. Shaking off that defeat, the Falcons revived their spirits and moved on to the C. I. F. playoffs. Box Score Opponent Sherman Aquinas 63 82 Marian 57 66 University Yucaipa Bloomington Rim of the World 70 5 69 6 56 6 55 5 6 4 3 3 Damian 60 6 2 Hemet 58 6 6 Notre Dame 62 6 Mater Dei 87 5 5 Yucaipa Moreno Valley Hemet 53 6 67 7 75 7 8 1 4 LEAGUE Notre Dame 40 50 Boys ' Republic Webb 23 43 49 66 Big Bear C. S. D. R. 67 7 61 8 5 8 Notre Dame 92 7 2 Boys ' Republic Webb 32 8 67 9 5 7 Big Bear C. S. D. R. 58 91 1 55 86 Romeo goes for points Dave Miller goes for shot. Gardner fights for possession. 36 Rich Smith executes a jump shot. Dave Miller drives for points. Front Row: Mgr. C. Echeverri, J. Brigandi, R. Smith, A. Romeo, L. Torres, D. Miller, D. Mercandante. Back Row: Mgr. J. Holland, S. Szymczak, L. Gardner, J. Hernandez, J. Konyn, J. McCaughey, H. Vierra, Coach E. Ciabattini. 37 Richard Smith moves on the Dons Falcons Reach for Summit 1 it ' . as " . S. ' -. mza k Drives Gardner So 38 Lee Gardner fights for the ball Hernandez blocks a prayer. Bricandi for Two t John Konyn makes an easy lay up, Gardner taps one in 39 JV and C Basketball B Tim LeVesque waits for rebound. Chuck Dinisc tries for rebound. " C " Team: T. LeVesque, G. Rodriguez, M. Kruk, R. Setser, A. Proznick, D. Oros, S. Strain, C. Dinise, D. Kruk, B. Randall, S.- McCaughey, P. Schmidt, J. Mc.Mahon, A. Fortune, Coach N ' t. Andrew Smith. Mr. Smith, " C " coach, watches the came. P.Schmidt pauses for a chance basket. 4 n a, Bryan Warren tries for free throw. JV team: S. Riddell, manager; T. Crawford, D. Pena, J. Militello, B. Warren, R. Romeo, T. Burpero, W. Scanlon, T. Martin, E. Ruiz, B. Vanderfin, J. Lentine, C. Gulo, Coach Larsen. FALCONS Wrestling Undergoing tremendous pressures all along the way the Aquinas wrestling team grappled and pinned its way to a sense of internal if not external accomplishment and satisfaction and to a state of intense unity. Tediously practicing daily the team readied themselves for competition at Valley College or away. Although outnumbered at every match this did not bother the Falcon wrestlers who di- rected a powerful onslaught and managed to take their toll of opponents. Quality not quantity can indeed be used to describe this team of wrestlers who highly exemplified the spirit and strength of Aquinas High. Pat Wolfe readies liis man. Pat 1 awrence prepares his man for a pin. Darrell Smart looks for a pin. wins anothei 42 Team: Dave Porras, Pat Wolfe, Pat Lawrence, Joe Roach, Dave VanderWoude. Glenn Simmons. Joe Roach gets the upper hand. Dave VanderWoude headlocks his man. Pal 1 awrence is victorious. 43 w Racquet Club Strives for Title The spring sport of tennis was never as strong as other competitive games, but it possessed its quality nevertheless. Individualism played a tremendous part. It was up to each man to put forth Ms talents all the time. The Racketeers of Aquinas used their own rackets and their own stamina as they played their games. Their strong individual drives evolved to make the tennis team proud and eager to meet any challenge. This is one team that improves with every match they play, using experience to develop new capabilities. J Ron Cisneros warms up lor a game. Team: L.Torres, J. Vincent, f. Gallavan, M. Hodge, R. Cisneros, E. Resendez, S. Kennedy, Coach McMillan, F. Mondragon, A. Resendez, T. Eichenberg, K. Gallavan, R. Perez, J. McMahon, A. Zaragoza. M. Hodge returns the serve. Coach McMillan gives B. Perez and S. Kennedy pointers in tennis T. Eichenberg and T. Gallavan get set for match point. 45 Golf and Track Individuality is very important in meeting die Challenge of the 70 ' s. This year ' s Golf and Track teams stressed individual develop- ment because in order tc have a good, effec- tive team in sports like golf and track, every individual must put forth all of his ability and talent. The Golf team met the season ' s competi- tion enthusiastically, but all in all, had an average season. Led by such talent as Vierra and Hendricksen, the team showed the true Falcon spirit all the way, giving nothing but their best. Track was never as strong as some of the other competitive sports, but the team showed that it possessed very much individual talent, so necessary for a successful team. Finishing with a good season, the Track team was proud of their accomplishment. In meeting the Challenge of the 70 ' s, both of these spring sports did their utmost. i Henry Vierra plays one down the fairway. R. Hendricksen tees off. Golf Team: (Top) David Porras, John Campbell, Henry Vierra, Ray Hendricksen; (Bottom) Steve Dinise, Kevin Sullivan, David Seipel, David Coy. " I , Coach Wilson, J. Brigandi, M. Teeter, J. McCaughey, A. Leon, M. Centlivre. J. VVintermute. R. Brubaker. J. Hauer, T. Cavalli, B. Flynn, S. Strain, C. Cool, M. Rosso, W. Baugh, A. Mena, I. Leli, D.Goo, S. Bartley, D. Valin (Mngr. ) J. Shepard puts the shot. T. Turcotte jumps the hurdles. M. Teeter wins his race. Baseball This year ' s Varsity Baseball team was one of great potential. With many returning lettermen and several new players of superior skill and ability, the team was bound to do well. High School baseball is not a fabulous spectator sport and rarely draws many fans. This means of course that the team must it- self carry the spirit. It means that each in- dividual player must have pride and spirit for his team and himself. This year ' s team has had that pride and spirit. The proof of that pride and spirit is in the accomplishments that they the players have succ eeded in for their school and fellow students. 1 " 1 utt WW 1 . 1 i WM 1 1 ' Ji Coach Servin warms up his players before the upcoming game. k 3 Varsity Team: (L to R) front row- P. Amendt, D. Smith, D. Miller. R. Romero, R. Setser, back row- E. Rojas, D. Mcrcadante, A. Romeo, S. Szymczak, R. Nelson, J. Lentine, P, Keller, B. Vanderfin. 48 Angelo Romeo contemplates steal. JT ' W . Joe Lentine awaits pitch. Pat Keller delivers a forceful pitch. Bob Nelson makes an easy catch. Dominic Mercadant es pitch. J. V Baseball i it l Ed Rea makes an easy tag. Richard Campbell delivers a pitch. .W»» H ....... » -, ... - -. ' " - " . " . ' • Dave Pena slams one into the outfield. Dave Porras hits a hot grounder. •J ■Si JM sJLi : .Jf so This year ' s edition of the J. V. Baseball team was coached by Chuck Hickey, a grad- uate of Aquinas from the year of 1963. It was a trying year for the young coach, but a fine job was turned in. Besides leading the J.V. team to a winning season, Coach Hickey de- veloped some fine new prospects for next year ' s Varsity team. Besides such qualities as awesome hitting and pitching, a good baseball team needs tough defensive fielding in both the infield and outfield. The Junior Varsity Falcons show- ed that they had this quality by allowing their opponents only a few points a game. Looking back on the long, tough season, the Junior Varsity team did well in meeting the Challenge of the 70 ' s. , : . ■ ■ Richard Campbell snatches the pitch. Larry Keyes winding up to burn one in. J.V. Baseball team. Kneeling: J. Roach, D. Pena, L. Sanchez, T. Furiga, E. Hickey, R. Tiritilli, E. Rea. Standing: R. Campbell, Coach Hickey, L. Keyes, B. Randall, P. Chandler, P. Wolfe, C. Reilly, D. Porras i i f «CS» » j - K, :■. ■■ ' ■- : FA CUL TY With even ' young and growing force comes the need to be directed. Such is the case with the task of education. Today with the turmoil and challenges of the present system, faculty tech- niques need to be re-evaluated. Education can be colored with a sincere determination to aid each student and a concern with the respon- sibility of personal guidance; or can lapse into impersonal indoctrination of the masses. So truly the faculty more than anyone else must shape the young men of today to meet the 70 ' s Challenge. Mr. Ross McMillan THE 70 ' S CHALLENGE Mr. Andrew Smith Father Dev ine Mr. Wilson Mr. Russell Mr. Larson Faculty pauses for relaxation during meeting. a Administration REVEREND ROBERT J. NAGLER, Principal REV. JOHN F. POMIS, Assistant Principal REV. CHARLES DEVINF, Dean 54 MOST REV. JOHN R. QUINN, Auxiliary bishop MOST REVEREND LEO T. MAHER , Bishop of San Diego MSGR. JOHN A DICKIE, Superintendent of Schools. MR. ANDREW SMITH ' Ass ' t Dean 55 Mathematics-Science Mr. Alex Merriam: Freshmen Algebra. . . " Come on now, you ' re the loudest class I have. . . " Math 9 and Math 10, Geometry. . . " Can ' t you see that? It ' s very clear. " Radio Club Moderator. Mr. Robert Larson: Algebra 2, Math IV. . . " Ya, I suppose . . . " ; Economics. . . " Quickly, quickly. . . " Key Club Moderator. . . " What ' s this garbage?. . . " ; " B " Basketball coach. Fr. Charles Devinc:. .. Physiology, Freshmen Religion. .. . " We must distinguish-it ' s the question that ' s important, not the answer. . . " ; Dean of Students. . . " May I help you. . . out! " Mr. Ross McMillan: Earth Science. . . " See what I mean? " Auto Dynamics. . . " There goes that piston again. . . " " B " football and wrestling coach. . . " We will not be in the belly of the Tigers. " Mr. Carl Johnson: Physiology. . . " I ' ll be watching you. " Social Science. . . " Gung ho; now let me tell you one of my- steries. Dr. James Hall: Physics and Chemistry:. . . " It ' s about time . . . you all understand. " Tm Whi Ik i : ' r-; .- mm „ 1 Mr. Robert Larscn I Mr. Alex Merriam Fr. Charles Devine 56 Mr. Ross McMillan Dr. James Hall Mr. Carl Johnson r Social Sciences A BmW Ti f Fr. Patrick O ' Keefe Fr. George Oiler Fr. John Pomis 58 t . X Bmmmmmmm«¥ M» Atil 1 « v jgi --• t N V . 1 » L B Fr. Patrick O ' Keeffe: Freshmen and Sophomore Religion. . . " Not another freshman- where are they coming from " . . . PEP Society Moderator. . , " What the. . . " Fr. George Oiler: Junior and Senior Religion . . , " Well, I don ' t know. . . " Guidance Counselor. . , " Not everybody. . . " Mr. Andrew Smith Mr. Andrew Smith: Freslunan and Sophomore Social Science. . . " Now, gentlemen " . . . Senior Civics. . . " Guess again " . . . Coach for " C " basket- ball. . . " We are willing to take defeat " Fr. John Pomis: United States History. . . " Speak, Lord " . . . Speech. . . " why can ' t we write, all we do is speak " Guidance Department chairman. . . " watch out for that evil eye " Mr. Dennis Wilson: Sophomore Social Sci ence. . . " We will have quiet. . . " Physical education for all students. . . " Do you want to run in your street clothes? " Athletic Director. ' Who, me? " Mr. Dennis Wilson 59 Language Arts Mr. Robert Servin Mr. Frank Russell 60 Fr. Robert Donat Mrs. Jacqueline Schneider Mr. Felipe delaCruz : fantastic Spanish accent. . . . Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4. . . " Atencion. . . " Mrs. Jacqueline Schneider: " Where ' s the coffee?. . . French 1 and 2. . . " Est-ce-que? " . . . " Out " Miss Mary Sue Stumberg: Librarian. . . " You ' ll find it under 900. . . " responsibility for daily announce- ments. . . " Not another notice " Mr. Frank Russell: Freshman and Sophomore English. . . " Buster. . . dismissed. . . " Falcon modera- tor. . . " fair tests in a tried and true manner " . . . " Put your tails in. " Mr. Robert Servin: English 2, 3, 4. . . " That ' s a foot- ball player! " Assistant Varsity football coach. . . " Buxpies " . . . Physical education for Juniors and Sophomores. Fr. Robert Donat: English 3. . .subtle sense of humor ... " loves homework " . . . Religion 2. . . " how ' s your personality " . . . SUMMA moderator. . . College advisor. Mr. Felipe de la Cruz Office- Maintenance Personnel Mrs. Marge Chandler, Principal ' s Secretary, keeps the smooth running of her duties as an inspiration to the students. Mrs. Marge Eiswerth, Business Office Secretary, brightens many gloomy faces as she deals with students ' problems. Mrs. Nice Ciabattini, Staff Dietitian, makes the usual occupation of eating a pleasant delight. Mrs. Marge Eiswerth, Business Office Mrs. Ciabattini, Staff Dietitian Mrs. Marge Chandler, Principal ' s Secretary 62 Mr. Roy Lanthrip, veteran of Aquinas ' dirty floors, crabgrass, and trash cans, tries to make our environ- ment less of a pollution problem. Mr. Al Lenard pursues his job of beautifying the campus with unending patience. Mr. Ed Casey, Maintenance Engineer, shows hi background of mechanical skills in order to keep the school functioning at its best. Mr. Ed Casey Mr. Roy Lanthrip Mr. Al Lenard 63 THE 70 ' S CHALLENGE Curriculum An Aquinas student ' s future life depends upon his academic background. The curriculum of Aquinas High School is designed to give the student enough background to be successful in anything he endeavors. Excellent teachers and an excellent curriculum produce the Aquinas man. 55 Freshmen Confrontation The Freshmen entering high school finds him- self confronted with an entirely different type of educational environment. His classes are already planned for him. . . for he is new to this business of attending a school of higher learning. However he must choose between the offered courses of either French I or Spanish I. In his classes, he finds both the subjects and the teachers interesting, and often amusing. The Freshmen finds his first year as an Aquinas man a worth while and valuable experience. Earth Science Algebra I Political S. u 11. e 66 Religion I I nclish i French I 67 Sophomore Challenge The class of ' 72 seemed to be a testtube for new analytical courses that were introduced at Aquinas this year along with the standard subjects. Social psychology seen from a religious point of view had made the sophomores look at themselves more objec- tively. The two teachers, or head psychologists of the course, were Fr. Robert Donat and Fr. Patrick O ' Keeffe. SHAPING OF A WESTERN SOCIETY and TRADITION AND CHANGE IN FOUR SOCIETIES were the two history courses conquered by the class with their ever-increasing knowledge. The foreign language department guided by Mrs. Schneider and Mr. De La Cruz gave them a more advanced vocabu- lary in French and Spanish. They were also given the opportunity to accustom themselves to the literature and cultural traits of France and Spain. Geometry and Algebra composed the mathematics curriculum pre- sented to the sophs this year in which they were at first puzzled but convincingly they applied themselves to brilliant maneuvering. The sophomores received their second year of English grammar and literature from Mr. Russell and Mr. Servin who directed them to a correct etiquette in reading and writing skills. HUM N PPTYSrOLOGY made up the sophomore science course. It influenced the students to become more and more interested in the field of medicine. The Challenge of the 70 ' s may be a tough one in academics, but the class of ' 72 is willing to accept that challenge. English II Spanish II 1 I ion II 68 Geometry French II Physiology 69 Junior A cceptance The Junior Curriculum is characterized by an increasing specialization in the fields of learning. The required subjects of United States History and American literature provide and instill a pride for national government and culture. The student can branch off into Algebra II or Economics. The world of test tubes and compounds is opened up to the Junior exploring chemistry. Religion, a seminar more than a class, where the individual can find God, others, and himself, is a required enlightenment. In the spectrum of foreign languages, the junior year is a beginning, a continuation, and an end. Spanish can be continued, French can be begun, or all foreign languages can be discontinued. Directed study, Communication Arts, and Auto Mechanics are offered as substitute classes. The Junior year phase of learning secures the student tightly to his goal in education and life-the greatest challenge of all. Chemist ry Algebra II United States History 70 Spanish III Religion III English III 71 Senior Curriculum In his fourth year, the Senior finds a great variety of general and specialized courses, geared for college, from which to choose. Among the several required courses are California history, English lit- erature, and specialized Religion course in marriage and sociology. Some students find the ever- changing Physics course a challenge and Trigonom- etry class a thrill dealing with the religion of numbers. The Seniors also have a choice of French 2, Spanish 2 or Spanish 4, to en- lighten his mind in the language of other people, or he can choose Physiology in order to study the body of man. After completion of his vital year, The Aquinas student is ready at last to make his own challenge in the world. Religion IV Math IV Directed Study French II 73 Underclassmen Faced by the superiority of the seniors and the stress and strains that pass them by in their daily lives, the underclassmen faced this year with the drive, the spirit, and the knowledge that was expected of them. The Freshmen, having to adapt themselves to school policies, showed the student body that this was going to be a class of pride. Once the frosh were on their way, class competition became a little more interesting. The Sophomores, already accustomed to the school environment, did a replay of last year ' s great per- formance. Sponsoring such activities as bake sales, magic shows, and dances, the sophs gave their hardest efforts in order to come out on top of everyone. In the estimation of many, their goal was achieved. The Juniors, just one year away from school supremacy ' , showed Aquinas that they were not going to wait. They gave the student body the idea that they were al- ready on their way by playing major roles in academics, sports, and extra- curricular activities. If one word was necessary to describe the underclassmen, it would be determination the kind that is needed for the 70 ' s Challenge. THE 70 ' s CHA LLENGE Freshmen The first year is the most challenging for anyone entering high school. The class of ' 73 responded to this challenge in the typical Aquinas manner. . with SPIRIT. Under the guidance of their class officers, the frosh forged on to become the most spirited, vibrant freshmen yet to come to Aquinas. At games they were there in ever-present hordes, cheering their team in victory comforting them in defe t. The Freshmen were involved not only in sports, but also in other forms of school devotion. They ex- pressed great determination, along with spirit in turn- ing our a winning float lor the Homecoming. Their activities in various school club and functions met with the same response and readiness to meet the challenge. Secretary: Mark Strain President: John Campbell Treasurer: Charles Dinise 7 6 Vice-president: William Flynn Officers at work in class meeting. 77 Active Frosh John Alejandre Tom Amrheim Steve Barrio Steve Bartley Wilson Baugh Joe Beeson Paul Beeson Jerry Braden Richard Bmbaker Chris Burback Ray Cairnes John Campbell Don Carpenter Carl Carr George Cavalli Collin Cool Willian Dean Mike Devine Charles Dinisc Les Dornay Ken Farrar Al Ferraris Bill Flynn Al Fortune Keith Frantz Steve Frimmer Kevin Gallavan John George EHiane Goo Charles Gulo Freshmen in Class. James Hauer David Hess Mike Humphrey Ernest Jones Victor Kazarian Steve Kennedy Don Kruk Mark Kruk Harry Laning Louis Leli Tim LeVcsque Chuck Lucchesi 79 Tom Mangione David Manning Steve McCaughey Jack McMahon Ray McGrath Steve Meinhardt Anthony Men a Bob Michaelek Pat Mikel William Mitre Steve Montanez Ron Montbrand Virgil Moore Ken Navickis Creig Nece Michael Nunley Terry O ' Malley John O ' Reilly Del Oros Tom Orton John Payne Mark Peterson Darryl Peyton Tony Proznick » p o 5 a Vk s -{ i id i Attentive Freshmen Marl; Nnnluy studies earnestly lor mid-term exams. Don Carpenter gets a little advice from Father 1 )evine. 80 1 " IF " „f ; Lusty- Lunged Talent Bruce Randall Edward Re a Cliris Re illy Joe Roach Gabe Rodriguez Mark Rodriguez Edward Rojas Robert Romeo Ronald Romero Charles Ross Luis Sanchez Patrick Schmidt Steve Scliraeder Kenneth Shork David Seipel Robert Setser Glenn Simmons Jeff Stoddard Sidney Strain Mark Strain Kevin Sullivan William Surratt William Tougas Michael Vega Mike Wolfe Douglas Yalin No photographs: Fernando Campos Phil lip Dreyer Cliris Taylor 81 Sophomores The class of 1972 anxiously greeted the on- coming year with much enthusiasm and spirit which could be described as " pride. " Members of the class have repeatedly shown a " get in- volved " attitude which is an indication of the extreme pride they have within themselves, in their extracurricular work, and in their academics. Having taken an active part in all phases of school like, the sophomores have been es- pecially outstanding in academics and athletics. The class, demonstrating their understand- ing of community capitalized on various money- making activities, such as magic shows and bake sales. Their class is on its way to become a pace- setter, and challenge-maker. President: Anthony Rosso Vice-president: Michael Rosso 82 Treasurer: Eliseo Ruiz, and Secretary: David Pena Roger Abram Brian Allison Kurt Barsotti Dennis Braden Randy Bradlield Mike Bruton Mike Centlivre John Cippolone Tony Crawford Scott DeForge Kim DiPasqualt Tim Donovan Tom Dug an David Edwards Mark Ehlhardt Super Sophs Tom Eichenberg Claude Ferraris Tom Furiga John Gallo Bill Castel Larry Gino Robert Gonzales Jon Hack John Hammrick Steve Heynen Ed Hickey Tom Jones Steve Kelley Jerry Ketterer Terry Ketterer 84 Bob Kiesler Lloyd Korovec Tom Koster Tom Lantz John Lentine Kim Luster Terry Mangione Tony Martin Jim McCaughey Pliilip McDermott Travis Mead Mike Mena Jim Militello Tom Nunez Tony Pecoraro Show Spirit 8 5 David Pena Ed Peterson Charles Pine Richard Poirier Ted Purpero Danny Rau Klaus Reiter Aaron Resendez Augustine Reyes Stanley Riddell Bob Rideout Anthony Rosso A Year of ■!; j Soph John Lentine, " Mr. Checkers, " entertains at Magic Show. 86 Michael Rosso Eliseo Ruiz Tom Ruiz Tom Schneider Charles Serrano Jerry Shcpard Greg Shugard Darrcll Smart Jim Spotts Great Pride ■m ttf i Matt Szymczak Paul Tavares Earl Thesier Donald Thompson Bernard Valdez John Vincent Bryan Warren Mike Watson Bill Weissbein Mitch Weissbein Jerry Wintermute Martin Yniques No photographs: Mike Cronek Bill Klaers Ray Rosales 87 Junior Unity An Asset to A.S.B. A synonym for the Junior class is " unity. " Still going strong in their third year, the Juniors have stayed together and have formed a close-knit en- thusiastic division. Generating enormous spirit, they can be found participating in all activities at Aquinas. Unity and spirit make a great combination for a great class. Secretary: Ken Holmes President: David Coy Vice-president: Pierce Flynn The Junior class officers have done a great job all through this year. With their main objective, raising money for the prom, the Junior officers have worked dedicatedly and diligently. Under the leadership of David Coy and Pierce Flynn, the class has held dances and various other activities. These activities have been well-organized due to the work of Ken Holmes, Secre- tary; John Rafter, Treasurer; and Brian Healy, Sergeant- at-arms. Treasurer: John Rafter Sergeant-at-arms: Brian Healy 89 Juniors gather to discuss plans. Gilbert Amador Perry Amendt Rieliard Armijo Richard Campbell Paul Chandler Dennis Cisneros David Coy Jolm Delahunt Peter Desrochers John Dietrich Barry Fallon Pierce Flynn Lee Gardner Dermis Goo Edward Harmon Brian Healv Ray Hendricksen William Hlavaty Dave Hoffman Ken Holmes - i fctftl Juniors 9 School Antics Larry Tim Kiel John I. John I Tim Lazer Pat Manning John Matich Fernando Mondragon Damun Muldoon James Murphy Jose Paniagua Daniel Pedroza Michael Puett Maurice Pirio Jolm Rafter Harry Rheubottom Mark Rodriguez Walter Scanlon Gary Schneider David St mad A irt Michael Teeter Adrian Ticinovich Larry Torres Thomas Turcotte No photogi David anderV Larry E Gabrie] i g 1 i an ' . ( ,i . David Wiss Anthon Wolfe William Mobley Upton -91 Joe Hernandez Seniors ' off- campus lunch. Henry Vierra, Bob Patterson Mike Pritchett 92 7 " ■ t i Bob Nelson, Rick Barsotti, Dennis Cisneros, E. Resendez E. Resendez, Jaime Rosso THE 70s CHA LLENGE Darrell Goo As the Seniors started the year, they didn ' t feel much different then they did as juniors. They looked the same, felt the same, acted the same; but as the year progressed there came a realization that they were changing. They wor- ried less about the details that used to matter. And then gradually it dawned on them that the Senior year is unlike any of the three previous years. It is no longer a time of mediocrity where each day seemed the same. Studying became harder and sometimes seemed futile as new e- motions and ideas took root, pressing them to change. This is the Seniors ' challenge: the strug- gle to find themselves, to make their own race, to march to the beat of their own dram, The re- sults are not tallied on transcripts, but in their lives-to stay with them forever. 93 Big Four The tough job of motivating Aquinas ' most fickle class fell upon the very 7 capable shoulders of Jaime Rosso, Joe Hernandez, Dave Smith, and Steve Dinise. The Senior officers used their creative minds to orig- inate preventive ideas to forestall the much talked- about disease, " Senioritis. " Working with a class that at times was the best Aquinas has ever had, and then again at times refused to do anything, the class officers were able to obtain off- campus privileges, pull off a brilliant Junior- Senior Spirit Week, organize a class party, put on a dance, and generally promote a good feeling in the class. The class officers deserved credit for keeping the year for the Seniors from becoming a complete dis- aster. With the experience gained, these class officers will be ready to accept their challenge for future times. Senior President: P. Jaime Rosso Vice-president: Joe Hernandez Secretary: Have Smith Treasurer: Steve Dinise Senior officers gather in A. S. B. room. 95 RANDALL ABRAM St. Anne GRANVILLE BARGER St. Adelaide RICHARD BARSOTTI St. Anne CHRISTOPHER BLAZER St. Joseph Concerned Interest r RONALD CISNEROS St. Bernard ine STEPHEN DINISE St. George MARK EASON Holy Rosary CHARLES ECHEVERRI 1 loly Rosary V6 ' " ' V: ■ - " ■ ' , ' MATTHEW EHLHARDT RICHARD FOGG St. Thomas More Assumption TIMOTHY GALLAVAN DARRELL GOO St. Bemardine St. Anne DAVID FRECHETTE St. Adelaide MARK HANNON Assumption ALBERT GALLO Assumption STEVEN HERMAN Sacred i [eart JOSEPH HERNANDEZ Resurrection MICHAEL HODGE St. Thomas More JOHN HOLLAND Holy Rosary i PATRICK KELLER St. Joseph rii PATRICK LAWRENCE St. Anne JOSEPH LENTINE St. Anne DENNIS LEWANDOWSK1 Norten A. F. B. GEORGE LONBERGER St. Paul BRETT MacCHARLES St. Joseph JESS MARQUEZ Guadalupe 9H DANIEL MARTIN St. Joseph V I ' V , ; MEINHARDT St. Thomas More SEAN McGINTY Hoi) I o , lr DOMINIC MERCADANTE Holy Rosary DAVID MILLER Holy Rosary ROBERT NELSON St. Joseph ROBERT NICKEL! St. Anne GILBERT PANIAGUA Guadalupe 99 ROBERT PATTERSON St. Joseph BRUCE PEREZ Guadalupe DAVID PORRAS St. Anne MICHAEL PRITCHETT Resurrection A j- Joe Hernandez replaces the last ERIC RESENDEZ book. St - J° hn Bosco MERTON ROGERS Henry Vierra typifies a senior Immaculate at lunch. Conception ANGELO ROMEO St. Joseph P. JAIME ROSSO Holy Rosary Senior Vitality 100 DAVID SMITH St. Joseph RICHARD SMITH JOHN STEVENS STEVEN SZYMCZAK Holy Rosary Class president Jaime Rosso conducts the senior meeting. Shows Spirit LEO THESIER Assumption DAVID VAN ORSDAL St. Anne RALPH VEGA Guadalupe HENRY VIERRA St. Anne J. STEVE WILLIAMS Holy Rosary ALBERT ZARAGOZA Guadalupe 101 Bank of America Awards; Mathematics - Angelo Romeo Laboratory Science - Darrell Goo English - Stephen Dinise Social Science - Joseph Hernandez Foreign Language - Henry Vierra Randall Abram Central Catholic H.S. -Newspaper 2, 3; ROTC 1, 2, 3; Booster Club 3; Honor Society 2, 3; Religion Award 1; Aquinas H. S. -Nation Honor Society 4; Calif. State Semi-Finalist 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. Richard Barsotti B Football 2; Wrestling 1; Trad; 1,2, 3; Monogram Club 1,2, 3,4; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Key Club 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society; Most Valuable Player Trade 3; Out- standing B Trad;man; Spanish Awards 2. Chris Blazer JV Baseball 1,2; Chess Club 1,2,4; Math Club 1,2; Latin Club 1; Holy Name Society 2; Most Valuable player, JV Baseball 2; NEDT Award 2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Falcon Staff 4; Honor Roll 1,2,4. John Brigandi Freshman Basketball; B Basketball 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 4, B Trad; 2, 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2; Math Club 1; Falcon Staff 3,4; Savages Gophers 3,4; All Tourney B Basketball 3; All League B Basketball 3; Most Val- uable Player B Basketball 3; Captain B Basketball 3. Ronald Cisneros B Football 2; Varsity Football 3; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Varsity Wrestling Manager 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Key Club 4; P. S. A. Advisor 4; Class President 2, 3; A.S.B. President 4; Sigma Phi Pi 4; Holy Name So- c iety 2; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Falcon Staff 3, -1. Jeffrey Deforge Intramural ' . 3,4; Spanish Award 2. Sieve Dinii i I ' , Basketball 3; Varsity Football 1; Key Club 4; Senior : ; isurer; Student Court -1 ; tant 1 ditor, Summa; Honor Roll 3,4; Most Inspirational B Basket- ball. Senior Activities Frank Dornay Varsity Wrestling 1,3; Tennis 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 1, 3; Actornauts 2; Latin Award 1. Mark Eason B Football 2; Varstiy Football 3,4; Varsity Baseball 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Holy Name Society 2; Actornauts 2, 3; Math Club 1; P.S.A. 4; Best Supporting Actor 3. Charles Echeverri Freshmen Basketball Manager 1; Varstiy Basketball Manager 2; Trad; Manager 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4; Sigma Phi Pi 3; Holy Name Society 1,2, 3; P.S.A. 4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Chess Club 2, 3; Math Club 1; Falcon Staff 3. Matt Ehlhardt B Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Sigma Phi Pi 3; Math Club 1; Actornauts 3; Varsity Football-honorable mention 4; Honor Roll 2. Richard Fogg Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2; Monogram Club 3; Latin Club 1; Holy Name Society Albert Gallo Intramurals 1, P.S.A. 4. Tim Gallavan Varsity Tennis 1; Chess Club 1,2, 3,4; Chess Club Champion 2; Chess Club President 3; Falcon Staff 1, 2, 4; Falcon Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; National Latin Honor Society; Auxilium Latinum A- ward 1; French Award 3; Pro Merito Award 2; English Award 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Darrell Goo B Football 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Trad; 1, 2; Frosli Basketball 1; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Key Club 2,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; National Latin Honor Society 2; Most Outstanding B Lineman; Summa Editor 4; Senior Control Officer. Mark Hamion Varsity Wrestling 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Intramurals 2, 3,4; Chess Club 2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Holy Name Society 2; P.S.A.; Actornauts. Joseph Hernandez Freshman Basketball; B Basketball 2; Varsity Basket- ball 3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Key Club President 4; Mon- ogram Club 3,4; Summa Staff 2; Savage Gophers 4; Math Club 1; Chess Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; P.S.A. 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; National Latin Honor Society 2; Spanish Award 3j Senior Class Vice-president; CC President 4; Bailiff, Student Court. Michael I lod ;i B Football 1,?; Varsity football 3; B Basketball 2; Varsit) Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1; Monogram Club 1,2, 3,4; Key Club 2,4; P.S.A.; P.S.A. Senior Representative; falcon Staff 1,2,3; Journalism Club 2; Holy Name Society 2; Justice, Student Court; Nl DT Award 2; Latin Ward 1,2; French Award 3; -Aquinas Award 2; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. lohn Holland JV Baseball 1; Varsity Football 2; Varsity Basketball Manager 2, 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3; Journalism Club 2, 3; P. S. A. 4; Falcon Staff 2, 3. Patrick Keller Freshmen Basketball; B Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3; Most Valuable Player- Varsity Baseball 3. Patrick Lawrence B Football 1; Varsity football 2, 3,4; Wrestling 4; B Trad; 2, 3; Varsity Football co-captain 3,4; B Track captain 3, Varsity Wrestling captain 3,4; P.S.A. 4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; All Arrowhead League Foot- ball 4; Most Inspirational Player-Varsity Football 3; NEDT Award 2. Joseph Lentine B B i eball 1 ; Ski Patrol 2; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Baseball 4; Monogram Club 4; P.S.A. 4; Key Club 4; Savage Gophers 4; Honor Roll 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Dermis Lewandowski Varsity Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 3; Tennis 1; Track 3; Viriis Basketball Manager 1; Key Club 3,4; l ogram Club 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; P.S.A. 4; Sigma Phi Pi 3; All League Varsit; ball 3; Spanish Award 3; Honor Roll 3, 1. George Lonber Chess Club 1,2,3,4; Chess Club President 4; Math Club 1,2; Auxilium Lalinum 1,2; National Latin Hon- or Societj 2; Falcon Staff 3,4; Reporter of the Year 3; Honor Rolls 1,2,3,4. Brett MacCharles IV Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Holy Name Society 2, 3; P.S.A. 4; Falcon Staff 4; Honor Roll 1,2. Jess Marque z B Track 2; Intramurals 2, 3,4; Holy Name Society 2, 3; Key Club 3,4; Student Control officer; Float commit- tee; Honor Roll 2, 3. Scan McGinty Golf 3; Intramurals 2, 3,4; P.S.A. 4; Actornauts 2, 3; Junior Class Vice-president; Best Actor 4; Mosl Improved Player-Golf 3; Oratorical Award 2. Michael McHenry E Football 2; B Trad; 2; Intramurals 1, Club 1,2. 5, 4 ; Chess California State Scholarship Semi Finalists: Eric Rcsendez, George Lonberger, Michael Pritchett, David Van Orsdal, Angelo Romeo, Timothy Gallavan, Randall Abram, Darrell Goo, Henry Vierra, Stephen Dinise, Stephen Szymczak. Norman Meinhardt Falcon Staff 4; Summa Staff Photographer 4; Aquila Staff 2, 3; B Football 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Tennis 2, 3; Key Club 4; P. S. A. 4; Honor Roll. Dominic Mercadante Varsity baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Freshmen basketball; B Basketball 2; Varsity basketball 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3,4; Holy Name So- ciety 2, 3,4; President Holy Name Society 3; A.S.B. Treasurer 4; Class Treasurer 3; P.S.A. Treasurer 4; Actomauts 3; Student Control officer 3; Chess Club 3; Pro Meriot 1; All League baseball 3; Falcon staff 2, 3, 4; Summa staff 1, 2, 3; Honor roll 1; Prom Com- mittee 3. David Miller B basketball 2; Most Valuable player-B basketball 2; B basketball All League; B basketball captain 2; Varsity baseball 2, 3,4; Varsity baseball All League 2, 3, 4; Varsity baseball Most Inspirational player 3; Varstiy football 2, 3, 4; Most Valuable player-Var- sity football 3; Varsity Football All League 3,4; Varsity basketball 3,4; Intramurals 2, 3; Key Club 3; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; P.S.A. 4; Junior Class secretary; A.S.B. Vice president; Holy Name So- ciety 2; Falcon staff 4; Honor roll 2, 3, 4; Prom Com- mittee. Journalism Awards: Tim Gallavan - FALCON Darrell Goo - SUMMA Robert Nelson Freshmen basketball; B football manager 2; B basket- ball; Varsity baseball 4; JV baseball 1,2.3; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Holy Name Society 2, 3; Key Club 3,4; P.S.A. 4; National Latin Honor society 1,2; Savage Gophers 3,4; Math Club 1; Most Inspirational player-JV baseball 3; NEDT award 2; Auxilium Latinum award 2; Honor roll 1,2, 3; Falcon staff 4; Student Court 4. Robert Nickell B football 2; Intramurals 1,2, 3; P.S.A. 4; roll 2. Honor Gilbert Paniagua Intramurals 2, 3,4; Varsity Wrestling 2, 3; JV Tennis 3; Holy Name Society 4. Robert Patterson B Football 3; Varsity Football 4; JV Wrestling 3; Intramurals 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Summa Staff 4; Student Control Officer. Bruce Perez Varsity Tennis 1.2.3.4; Wrestling 2; Freshmen basketball; Monogram Club 4; Holy Name Society 4; Math Club 1. David Porras B football 1, 2; Varsity football 3, 4; Varsity wres- tling 1,2, 3, 4; JV baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Math Club 1; P. S. A. 4; B football Co-captain 2; Varsity wrestling Co-captain 3,4; B Football Cen- tury Award 2; Most Valuable player Varsity wrest- ling 3; Honor roll 1; Chief of Savage Gophers 3, 4; Student Control 4. Mike Pritchett Freshmen basketball; Varsity basketball manager 2; Track 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Chess Club 1,2; Key Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Falcon staff 4; NEDT Certificate 2: Honor roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; Lric Rezendcz JV Baseball manager 1; Varsity Tennis 2, 3; Most Improved Varsity Tennis player 2; Honor roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4; Math Club 1; Key Club 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3; Holy Name So- ciety 3,4; National Honor Society Treasurer 1; P.S.A. 4; Falcon staff 4. Merton Roger, Varsity Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball Manager 2; Math Club 1,2; Chess Club 1,2,3,4; Sgt. At rm C hess Club 2, 3,4; Sgt. At Arms Monogram Club 4; P.S.A. I. Pre-Seminary 4; Holy Name Society 3,4; Falcon staff 4; Sigma Phi Pi 2, 3; Most Inspirational Track Man 3. Angelo Romeo Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; B football 1; B basketball 2; eball 1; Varsity baseball 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Vice-President Key Club 4; National I ti Honor Society 1,2; P.S.A. 1; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Secretary- Treasurer Monogram Club 3; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; Math Club 1; Falcon , 1 ; I loK ,i me So ■ . i ers 4; A.S. B. Li lustice 4; ( b 5; Honor roll 1,2, 3,4; NEDT 2; Auxilium Latinum 2; Varsity National Merit Scholarship Certificate of Merit and Bausch Lomb Science Medal - Tim Callavan baseball .All League 3,4; Aquinas Pro Merito 2, 3; Industry Education Award 4. Jaime Rosso B football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Tennis 3; Intra - murals 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Key Club 3,4; P.S.A. 4; Senior Class President; Key Club Secretary 4; Honor roll 2, 3. David Smith B Football 1,2; Varsity football 3,4; JV Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 4; Varsity track 2, 3,4; Varit wrestling 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Holy Name Society 3; PSA 4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Senior Class Secretary 4; Outstanding Spanish Award 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Richard Smith B Football 1; Varsity 2, 3,4; Frosh Basketball; Var- sity Basketball 3,4; B Basketball 2; Captain Varsity Basketball 4; Intramurals 1; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Monogram Club President 4; Sigma Plu Pi 2, 3; Ac- tornauts 3; Frosh Treasurer; Sophomore Class Presi- dent; PSA 4; Most Improved Frosh Basketball; Most Inspirational B Basketball Player 2; Honor Roll 1,2; CIF Basketball 3. John Stevens Prom Committee 3; Float Committee 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Mayoi dvisory Council 4; 3. Steve Szymczak B Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3,4; B Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2, 4; [V Baseball I. Varsity Baseball 2, 3,4; Key Club 3, 4; Key Club Exi Board 3,4; Monogram Club 1,2, 3,4; PSA 1; PSA President 4; Monogram Club Vice president 5; V I i - nauts 3; National Honor Society 3, 1; National Honor Society President 4; Pro Merito Award 3; All Le igui Football 4; Savage Cophers 4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3. Leo Thesier JV Baseball 3; Intramurals 3,4; David VanOrsdal Intramurals 2, 3,4; Latin Club 2; Summa staff 2; Falcon staff 2; Holy Name Society 2; Spanish Award 2; Honor Roll 2,3. Ralph Vega Wrestling 2; Tennis Club 1, 2, 3,4; Chess club 2, 3; Math Club 1; Monogram Club 2, 3; Varsity football Manager 2; Spanish Award 3. Henry Vierra B Football 1,2; All League football 2; I ' . Basketball 1, 2; All League Basketball 2; Varsity Basketb ill 3,4; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Coif 3,4; Track 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Summa class editor 1; Mono- gram Club 1,2, 3,4; Key Club Secretary-Treasurer 2,4; Holy Name Society 2; Math C lub 1; National Honor Society 3,4; PSA 4; Frosh Class president; ASB Secretary 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Auxilium Latinum Award 1,2; NEDT Award 2; Aquinas Award 1, 3. J. Steve Will iams B Football 1; Varsity football 2,3; JV baseball 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. Ubert Zarogoza IV Tennis 2; Varsity Tennis 3,4; Math Club 1; Chess Club 1; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; PSA 4; Monogram Club 4; Honor Roll 1,2. K Epilogue 1970 Thoughts of graduation, summer, and new freedom fill the mind of an Aquinas man. His tendency is to quit working and take it easy. With what can be and what has to he done, a man cannot totally forget his committment to his fellow man. He must strive to better himself and his surroundings. " This is the beginning of Tomorrow. " The challenges are clear; the need to meet them is clearer. It is up to the individual to prepare himself spiritually, mentally, and physically to meet " THE 70 ' s CHALLENGE. " THE 70 ' sCHALLENGE Associate Editors Photography Editor Underclass Editors D arte 11 Goo Steve Dinise Bob Patterson Norm Meinhardt Perry Amendt Mark Ehlhardt Pierce.Flynn Steve Meinhardt Ed Re a Bill Surratt Matt Szymczak Sports Editors The 1970 SUMMA is the beginning of something expressively new. SUMMA ' 70 tries to capture the atmosphere of a student ' s challenge which he finds in the dawn of a new decade at Aquinas. The knowledge, interests, and the spirit of Aquinas men were to be engraved in the pages of the yearbook. There are those who are willing to put forth the ef- fort and accept the " 70 ' s challenge. " We wish to offer our sincere thanks to the entire staff that gave us so much even at the expense of . nervous breakdowns, ulcers, and breakfasts at Richie ' s. The staff had many contributing thoughts and ideas that helped with the redevelopment of the yearbook. Though the ideas of the staff were independent views, the staff managed to pull to- gether and work out the indefinite number of prob- lems which they seemed to face. They deserve credit for staying with it for all the long months of hard work that they had to undergo. Many thanks are due to Mr. James Carlson of American Year- book Company, who gave us his patience and understanding. As editor, I would like to thank specific people who sacrificed so much of their time, effort and knowledge: Steve Dinise and Bob Patterson, who helped with the spirit as well as giving their all; Norm Meinhardt, our photographer, without whose work there would be no yearbook. Special thanks must go to our moderator, Fr. Robert Donat, who was the resultant force behind me and the staff. Never could you find a more dedicated and kinder Don Mercadante JohnLentine Ted Purpero Bryan Warren It is time to say adieu to the many unsharpened pencils, our SUMMA room, and the wastebaskets filled with the mountains of debris. We leave these for the staff of SUMMA ' 71 . We now present SUMMA ' 70 and its challenge to the students of Aquinas. Steve Kelley ffUOAAMtt M.. Moo Advisor Fr. Robert Donat ' S ■


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