Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, CA)

 - Class of 1973

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', ,,' ue' N " X - ' :gi v .xx an , i 7172 ,., -1 ,Q . gig, xg' . . :K ,Q :V V law? , X 52? f f g 5 . 2 ff" , H, .A .K A A 5 gag 6 ii X. . 3 M s KX Q X , af 19: s z 6 f' i 5 MV' 3 ,.-,, Q TF' ,. 4 Q Ar Q, - V' E 4, . ' - . - ir ?' ' 5 - 1 4,4 '- k,,. 3 ,, N- , ' Q , ....- K - 'fi lla' X A ' R li X 2- K . . X, , ,311-.' -, Y ,- E 5 x ? . , 4 ' X - S , .X -.S --xb 5- Z. P ' ' av .ah A'f""" 1 Q X 1 La' 4 ff. , vb f '.. 1 4 x X '1 ' r -' - ' 3 , - Q' W ' 2 4 f - L ' w 5 , 'M L A M .mg gr .b 851 A..-1 X Q1 Q5 .- x -r .1 V M, 3 .X x. sg gf Qi x .xg +x x 1 . xfazy' A xr, X-, Jw ,k.L- T 4 xx, ,al- 4 , 20 ORGANIZATIONS Top Right: Apache Joe scouted the fields to insure a victory. Lower Right: Nancy Scherer, Pep Commissioner, paused o moment to rest between cheer practices. Far Top Right: Julie Winslow, Head Junior Varsity Cheerleader, gave the ultimate in creating spirit. Below: The J.V. Cheerleaders for 1972-73 were, lLeft to Rightj Julie Winslow, Carolyn Hassett, Caren Ashton, Nancy Hage, Kathy Bowen and Sue Hatch. Enthusiasm Inspired Student Involvement Apache Joe, Greg Yerkes, voiced his prophesies for the upcoming athletic events during each pep assem- bly. Greg led the Varsity Football Team onto the field and assisted in the organizing of the various pep activities. Perhaps the most difficult aspect of pep, organiza- tion, was handled by Pep Commissioner, Nancy Scherer. Nancy's duties included leading the Pep Commission, organizing button sales and decorating, and overseeing the planning of pep assemblies and rallies, as well as promoting spirit and enthusiasm throughout the school. Although small and sometimes unenthusiastic crowds came to the Junior Varsity games, the J.V. Cheerleaders kept their own spirits high for the team. J ORGANIZATIONS - 21 22 - ORGANIZATIONS Top Left: The Flag Girls for 1972-73 were lleft To Rightl Standing: Les- lie Giles, Barbara Pearsall, Susie Krause, Judy Kay, Robin Parker. Sit- ting: Jane Vallone, Joanne Piscitelli, Karen Reed. Bottom Left: The Flag Girls put a finishing touch to a routine during a pep rally at lunch. Top Right: Band Director, Mr. Ron Hour, emphasized perfection through practice. Bottom Right: Enhancing school spirit at a pep rally, the Pep Band consisted of: lleft To Rightl Steve Scott, Mark Williams, Mark Mew, Brett Anderson, Bob Hollingsworth, Ron Fritz, Gary Bergstrom, Rich Lunghard, Steve Wegerbauer, Gary Stevens, Neal Holmlund, Steve Marcussen, Dave Matern, Scott Borden, Bill Larew, and Mark Miller. Band and Auxiliaries Displayed Pride and Talent The Flag Girls, under the leadership of Judy Kay lheadl, added color and flash as they per- formed throughout the year at various band functions and pep activities. The girls began practicing last summer and attended a flagjcamp at U.C. Santa Cruz. During their stay, they won three competition trophies. A band auxiliary, the flag girls marched behind the band during parades as added showmanship and performed during football season in pre-games and half- times. Routines were also performed at pep assemblies and rallies, being made in maiority by Barbara Pearsall. Second semester, the group competed at several Flag Competitions, the most important held at Arroyo High School in March. Under the disciplined eye of Band Director, Mr. Ron Hoar and Drum Major, Steve Hanks, the Apache Marching Band once again achieved a victorious marching season. On October 28, the Apaches received Sweep- stakes at the Chino Band Review in their first showing of the year. Five consecutive sweep- stakes trophies at the Santa Monica El Primero Band Review allowed the group to march as Honor Band in this year's parade, not competing for an award. 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Y g.,Sryi.M 1, . - . ik . :Kiki-fe .:. sv, "1-W,Qk,1.Q - -xryg, Uv- -, ,, ,Nku A-A M- Ji' Vkawiifileq S F 'ws 'S x'q"5-53R'Q:lYN- x X xsgf,-QNX . siijmmx - '-. X -We ,XFX . 5'-5mxffi?I.w.., hmmm M- w w , ' J. H9 - "S-'gysem-,Q , s KX xX in , 'S' .4,1.e'f.. f.-xy,-egg., f ,W WE, Q-.gk wx ' , V K ,x ,Q "ff+4,QXi QT ' Qixxfggmm .N 539, -ws V xx - , N.v.,, . X x - S "ag "'.fiQQ:61m.. -Q50 '3'Xf4,. .,-.-qggwkw J :rt .1 . QNX! -fig? H c N WW.. Wm: ,VNU s wwe. ,wiv mx gs .QW eefgztwg' gag' R wmv., 3'Li4f'.-591. 1 . if -K 'ESQ ..,.2liSif.6.g5qw Lg '-716 a. X . . , - , WA V --.ax '-NY, ., , 'rXw,94L.A N gy.. mx N f sf. Creating an impressive figure, Head Tom Tom, Jane Hosterman, led the Drill Team during each parade and halftime. Her costume, fitting to the Apache theme, included a red velvet dress and an intri- cate handmade feather headdress. Sheri Owens and Judy Jackson assisted Jane as left and right guides in complimentary uniforms car- rying feathered swords. h Proudly preceding the marching band, the nine Apache Prin- cesses added showmanship during all parades by carrying the Arca- dia banner. Head princess, Linda Pielemeier, organized the girls as they began early last summer on their feather headdresses. The Prin- cesses were the only auxiliary unit to march with the band at the highly competitive all-Western Band Review in Long Beach. After long hours of hard practice, the Tom Tom Drill Team suc- ceeded in placing First at the Hawthorne Parade on November 4. The original band and marching routines were complimented by white Indian uniforms and red and gold feather wrist bands and head pieces. The 52 junior and senior girls were selected from try- outs and supervised by Mrs. Mary Ann Latham. Karin Stevens, honored as the solo Apache maiorette, radiantly displayed her showmanship through complicated twirling routines which she designed herself. She received a first place at the Chino Band Review, in addition to placing in the top five maiorettes at Santa Monica. Karin also competed as the only auxiliary unit at the Long Beach Band Review on Nov. 25. 26 -- ORGANIZATIONS I F Yi xi a f .S N V f- ' Q - . .. A e 4 f 6. " "" ly ' , 1 A f x 'ff -il. Q' uf? . at 3 . ,Q 5. -Q ' x, fi' v' ,Q A g. . 5 wg . ' ' t ' f . ,A Q I' 'N .3 x , ni:-A , T ' ' . Q , ,-ff if 1' xy . A ef ,. H ' Q l is X as MM A . XM A , - f - W TA, r , . Q, W ' ff - ,K f ' Q' Hx' fa ,, . 'JQVQQ M1 vw- N h 5 z L . lx , H 5 5 ff . ' E Sw Q I Q J '53 4 L if f 'lj 1 K 5 R' N 2 k .X va- N A, " ' Q, REE , , ' X ""1 , . N. if x ai S' -8 Q . L, - Vx ' . y A wg, en,-ww f. v I , ' '5 will -. Q 'sir-:5fjli 3-ng - X Q 'x , I 0.-exix . E .fn X , H , K T,.i:,,,?:v1,A,? NL X, 5 . . . - Nm. . - , - X - 'il 3 X , Q Q ,R -- k Q-Gu . - ' R , ,Q . p K ,, N 4 L visa" N .r yi 5".""fgt1' fff ,- "S:, , Q rf X, Q X Q, K' Xifxd 3 jj. .f 5 i V x ,- g 1 54 Dx . Y. Ki A .. , " Q- b , I Sw.- - X wa A-L A E, 3,5 yy B A qv F Q I ,K F A 155 Q. x H' 6 1 N J , ' if 1 " ' I ' A I x 1 K Q' N' A Q +V 3 'Y' N '91 -ye mf , 3 41 - 'EZ E5 :Q 'E . zhjmmeiff' ' 3345. AM 5517 H 1 5:9 ' . V , X . , ff,4wA 5 , . , , ik 1 ,Af , V N Wg Y?-. ' +5 -:A J' wr - ff A uf .351 4 V k,,. K A Q sir, Top Left: Mike Hoar, Daisyann Chiang, Amanda Iles and Wendy Richards practiced their musical score. Top Middle: Brad Bayes intently awaited his cue to begin playing. Top Right: The Orchestra for l972-73 consisted of: Brian Beshore, Brad Bayes, Susan Brown, Sarah Cassat, Daisyann Chiang, Donna Chin, Gabrielle Cohen, Jenny Coats, Elaine Dayton, Cheryl Faes, Dan Garrett, Susie Guild, Alma Hagen, Kim Hansen, Amanda Iles, Gina lov- ine, Sara Kaplan, Susan Klimke, Joyce Kunz Anne Long, Neil Long, Patricia McNull, Doro- thy Myers, Debra Nass, Debbie Packer, Nancy Peck, Elizabeth Plyler, Kristin Powell, Linda Rapp, Delrose Revele, Lisa Richards, Wendy Richards, Cynthia Riensche, Sabrina Sercombe, Karin Stevens, Steve Swafford, Miranda Tirado, Karen Valko, Diana Welch. Left: Violist, Susie Klimke, reviewed her pas- sage during rehearsal. Bottom Right: Director, Mr. Wayne Reinecke, constantly strove for perfection as he conducted the Orchestra dur- ing rehearsal. I 28 ORGANIZATIONS Orchestra Strove for Musical Perfection The Orchestra's performances during the year included the annual Christmas show and the spring "Pops" concert. In addition to concerts given at other schools, the orchestra accompanied the Chaunteurs, A Cappella Choir, and Junior High School choral groups in the December performance at the San Gabriel Civic Auditorium. ORGANIZATIONS Top Left: Chaunteur President, Patti Weber and Vocal Music Director, Mr. James Neumeister, spent long hours perfecting musical numbers. Top Right: Members of the 1972-73 A Cappella Choir were: lBottom Rowl Teresa Medaris, Barbara Woods, Debbie Amato, Mary La Patka, Holly Horsman, Jeanette Kastner, Kathy Butler, Diana McCormick, Karen Stowell, Becky Parker, Rhonda Mayfield, Mary Dahlquist, Debbie Tweedy, Karen Hillery lMiddle Rowl Andy Royce, Elien Calkins, Joanna Achilles, Bill Winslow, Randy Gay, Wes Hutchens, Debbie Goodman, Janet Lisle, Ken Iverson, Sandy Crumley, Sally Schwellenbach, Matt Pochter, Teresa Vinson, Debbie Gordon, Debbie Hatch. lTop Rowl Scott Tebo, Bob Henderson, Ken Joiner, Bart Halberstadt, John Backus, Kim Smith, Tim Glaser, Jack Partch, Paul McCarraugh, Steve Bates, Franceen Laidlaw, Pat Lind, Renee Speer, Jane Ehmke. lNot Shownl Linda Cor- dova, Marco Ronquillo, Cindy Rowe. Bottom Left: Caught relaxing between performances, the Chaunteurs included: fLeft to Rightl Mourn- ing: Doug McComb, Joe Scheel, Jim Treydte, Dennis Bevan, Pat Michaels, Debbie Krupp, Terry Vreeland, Karen Pounds, Patty Weber, Scott Miller, Debbie Eggleston, Debbie Hagelganz, Gail Price, Loralyn Anderson. lPrayingl Cindy Cromwell, Eddy Sayegh, Sue Montague, Suzanne Pedrotti, Molly Kusick, Judy Jackson. fkestingl Dan O'Donnell. Bottom Right: Accompanist, Eddy Sayegh, practiced his musical score while Suzanne Pedrotti looks on. , X 30 - ORGANIZATIONS Vocal Groups Presented New Selections The Chaunteurs, composed of 21 vocally out- standing students, made numerous appearances throughout the year. The Monrovia Presbyterian Church and Lutheran Church of Arcadia, as well as the P.T.A., had the pleasure of hearing the group. The Chaunteurs also appeared at the Bilt- more Hotel in Los Angeles for the State of Cali- fornia Job's Daughters Convention. Various other engagements included a "Pops" Festival in New- hall, Convalescent Hospitals in Bradbury, Alham- bra, Arcadia, the annual "Messiah" Christmas Program, and the Second Annual May Show in the Little Theater. The A Cappella Choir, the largest vocal group in the school, performed under the direction of Mr. James Neumeister. Accompanied by the orchestra, they participated in the annual Christ- mas program. Their maior concert was held at the San Gabriel Civic Auditorium in December. ORGANIZATIONS -xiii1.41115:f,,--.fi-W-,. T -' 'MIX' ' .1 YQ- '15 ,six-15 ' f 519 K I ,,- 1 E 1 Q K of 5 wi X . U . xxx' if , 0 3-sg. A as L ,gi ' ' ' . 4 if a 1 f ,. f N . Jak. . :. K. -1f.gi:,l.' 5. L--if , - ai giv- ' ' W . 5' N X24 -K 1 '11, mmm. fig cr, . ,ri ia. I 5 A A X' fs . rg E 4 ' a, A,. .w N , -.Q , My V.. , N. X 9 I' ,,-J' , X, unf- P' R . W 5 an w" -2-5 A , , H ' gg' 2 " 'w gT,.i-: -, x ,. ,L . ,siws --.i:S'+51-p f . . K f f ' x S? aw5L..7?I1vfff' QL." iHiNT:.,qg'fS-'-3: my U-Wxfk Pg: ... sq .- 'xgQ1,,,4,'Gp,Bi"i.1, , K ,g:P3,. E .iv ' .. ' . ia m f- " Lt il- - ' -'grs:gi,.y, , -X .Javil - Y , 5,- ,- -"' W 1-4' -'-w'i2f' 5 . , s'1'Qfl'3'T:Fv'wq:Q -SF W W sf iw H . R Y 1 ,, 'M'N'?""h -W' if-qw f xf'f1ff'kwsf"X2f'N Q -. U23,MY:N4cJr2: V, -- rf I -Q X ,f"L-g"l,b-: Q 1 , . L' , . ef-m4.,2-i-i ' W , . X L I M -' Q f ' i-if-,.,f .-1.x S ,aah -x x . - 27.5 xx ,ri ',-fvw1y.1-:g.X-.A5--j-K ' K - ' """"755'ggkfl1ffJil' 11i?:'-WESEQSTQ1 .H X , M re--1. v 4 I ' A ' ' vi, Q K - - Q f 4-ia Executive Council, the highest branch of stu- dent government, provided outstanding leader- ship as well as adopting new proposals for the student body. Members of the A.S.B. Senate, responding to the requests of the student body, met weekly throughout the year, handling the budget and initiating new proposals to benefit the entire stu- dent body. They passed proposals concerning the improvement of parking facilities, the addi- tion of new phones, and the possible. idea of extended homeroom. An open lunch proposal was discussed after the experimentation with it during finals. The Activities Council directed their efforts toward organizing various school activities, including Homecoming, the Arts Festival, and the successful Fifth Quarter Program. Being in charge of planning and carrying out all school related events, the council's activities also included class sales and general assemblies. Both councils are under the guidance of Mr. Fred Auburn and assistant principal, in charge of student activities, Mr. Dan Anderson. ORGANIZATIONS - 33 Q' 34 - ORGANIZATIONS Open Lunch Proposal Reiected Once Again Far Left: Robin Vollbrecht, President of Girls' League, along with Vicky Zorkocy, announced the Friendliest Girl results at the Ram's-Faculty game. Middle: Debbie Vander- does, Bob Holman, and Denice Wood, anx- iously awaited senior votes for prom royalty. Left: This year Executive Council met daily during 4th period as a combined leadership and history class. Below For left: Connie Doo- lan, Arts Commissioner, worked on plans for the Arts Festival. Below Middle Left: Denice Wood, A.S.B. Treasurer, worked at the stu- dent store during 6th period making the monthly treosurer's report. Below Left: All House of Representatives meetings were led by Steve Perkovich, Senior Senator. Below: Bill Patterson, Julie Marine, Song Girl Repre- sentative, Bob Matthews, A.S.B. President, and John Schilling, A.S.B. Vice-President took part in a House Meeting. 'K l as 3, i ORGANIZATIONS -- 35 Kiowas and Senior Men Hosted Party for Orphans and Retarded Children The Kiowas and Senior Men Clubs were two of the most active service clubs during the year. Consisting of outstanding seniors, selected for their scholarship and service to the school and community, they raised money for various organizations and proiects. Among these were selling programs at the football games, the annual car wash and the Kiowa Orchid Corsage Sale during Christmas. The Senior Men were also busy during Christmas with a party for retarded children. The Kiowas continued giving the traditional parties at Halloween for retarded children and at Valentine's Day for the Maryvale Orphanage as well as being "secret angels" at Christmas and planting trees with the Senior Men. The Senior Men worked on several campus improvement proiects and both clubs could be counted on to usher at school and community activities. 36 -- ORGANIZATIONS Above Left: Kiowas, Karen Jess, Carol Fistler, Eliza- beth Plyler, Sandy Forbes, and Pascale Baert, designed Christmas corsages, to be delivered by the Senior Men, for a fund raising proiect. Above Right: The distinguished starting line-up of Senior Men con- sisted of lBottom Rowj Mr. Aberle lAdvisorl, Rich Jackson, Rob Russell, John Ulmer, Steve Perkovich, Dave Weckerly, Steve Wise lForeign Exchangel. Second Rowj Kirk Bell, Craig Winn, Jim Cunning- ham, Richard Beatty, Walt Horstman lVice- Presidentl, Scott Lisbin lSecretary-Treasureri. lThird Rowj Steve Hanks, Mark Mew lPresidentJ, Bill Sto- well, John Hoffman, Brett Anderson, John Reilly. fTop Rowj Doug D'Ewart, Pete Gasgoyne, Dave Allen, Bob Matthews. Not Pictured: Bill Patterson. Below Left: The Kiowas included outstanding individ- uals, such as IBottom Rowj Pam Massengill, Joanne Piscitelli, Yumi Imamura lForeign Exchongei, Mau- reen Rochetto iHistorianl, Marianne Mills, Debbie Eggleston, Suzanne Pedrotti Uelephonel, Carol Fist- ler Nice-Presidentl, Paula Massengill. IMiddIe Rowl Jeanne Legg Ureasurerl, Beyhan Turson, QForeign Exchangel, Pascale Baert fForeign Exchongei, Karen Pounds, Julie Marine, Karen Jess, Elizabeth Plyler lPresidentl, Linda Zoller lSecretaryl, Karen Reed, and Denice Wood. ITop Rowj Sandy Forbes, Wendy Richards. Not Shown: Sue Dever, Sheri Owens, Miss Wheeler lAdvisorl. Below Right: Pictured at o meet- ing between Kiowas and Senior Men and Monrovi- a's Monarchs and Modquins at the Northwoods lnn were: Jim Cunningham, Sandy Forbes, Lisa Boulton, John Hoffman, George Boto, Maureen Rochetto, and Doug D'Ewart. Girls League Float Received Sweepstakes Award at Homecoming The Arcadia Girls' League purpose was to promote interesting and beneficial pro- grams both on and off campus. Under the leadership of President, Robin Voll- brecht and the advisor, Mrs. Stoner, they stimulated student involvement and cre- ated an atmosphere of fun and good will. Girls' League had different committees covering three main areas. The Welfare Committee's purpose was to aid those who needed a helping hand. Karen Miyamoto and Phyllis Ubl headed this committee. Some constructive service pro- iects were: making Thanksgiving favors for a convalescent home in Arcadia, and adopting and providing for a little girl in Korea. Debbie Eggleston, Asta Grakauskas, and Karan Stowell, in charge of the Social Committee, planned amusing school events. The Campus Pals-Sunshine Committee promoted friendliness between students. Vicky Zorkocy and Wendy Reeder coordi- nated the activities that included the elec- tions of the friendliest girls for fall, win- ter, and spring and welcoming newcom- ers to Arcadia High. as - ORGANIZATIONS Above Left: The Girls' League Representatives were: Sarah Casset, Kristen Powell, Louise Wilson, Renee Kaplan, Connie Barthelemy, Sandy Forbes, Laura Roberts, Holly Monroe, Leah Lynch, Jeanne Legg, and Lori Duane. Not Pictured: Nancy Drenton, Lynn McKenzie, Shelly Borcher, and Mary Dahlquist. Above Right: The Girls' League officers included: Robin Vollbrecht, Elizabeth Maize, Maureen Rochetto, and Polly Rasmussen. Below Left: The Chairwomen, in charge of social and service events were: Karen Miyamoto, Asta Grakauskas, Debbie Eggleston, Karen Sto- well, Wendy Reeder, Vicky Zorkcocy, and Phyllis Ubl. Below Middle: Kim Byer was one of the models at the Mother-Daughter Christ- mas Tea held in Bullocks' Tea Room. Below Right: Mrs. Stoner and Robin Vollbrecht, seated at the head table in the tea room at Bullocks', worked diligently to make all Girls' League events successful. ORGANIZATIONS - 39 in-nn, Arccadicm Chcarcucferized by Change Above Left: Section Editors consisted of IBottom Rowl Rick Dean iPhotogra- phyi, Debbie Leinweber iOrganizationsl, John Schilling iEDlTORl, Cathy Novak Whotographyj. 1Top Rowl Debbie Vanderdoes iAdministrationJ, Cal- vin Slater iUnderclassmenj, Judy Kay iAdvertisingi, Rosemary Schabow iActivitiesi, lynn Highman iOrganizationsi, Kris Williams iExpressionsl, Karen Jess iAssistant Editorl, Tracy Johnson iGirls' Sportsi, Rich Jackson iSportsl. Not Shown: Terry Stewart iSeniorsJ. Above Middle: Advertising editor, Judy Kay, reviewed different ads for her section. Above Right: Rose- mary Schabow and Terry Stewart devoted their efforts to meeting dead- lines. Below Left: Photography teacher, Mr. Butler, and Photo editors, Rick Dean and Cathy Novak reviewed the photo assignment cards for the upcoming week. Below Right: Talented and hard-working, the Annual Staff included such charming and witty members as iSittingj Karen Jess and John Schilling. IMiddle Rowj Bill Jess, Cathy Novak, Chris Goebel, Sue Rose, Kris Williams, Tracy Johnson, Debbie Leinweber and Diane Supple. fTop Rowj Lynn Highman, Belinda Roe, Heidi Walker, Rich Jackson, Sue Bass, Debbie Vanderdoes, Rick Dean, Rosemary Schabow, Judy Kay, Ben Serar, Mike Yocum and Calvin Slater. fNot Shownj Terry Stewart. Starting with a change of advisors from Mr. James O'Brien to Mr. James Calderhead, the I973 Arcadian under- went many changes. As the budget was increased by one-thousand dollars, the book saw an increase of sixteen pages. These pages were used to accommodate a new section, "Expression," Believing that a yearbook should be an expression of the ideas and work of the students, as well as the activities of the school year, this section was used to display artwork, photography and creative writing done by students. Under the direction of photography advisor, Mr. Jack Butler, the photography system was reorganized and a photogra- phy class was initiated. ORGANIZATIONS - 41 Above Left: Page Editors of the Pow Wow consisted of Marilyn Fischer iFeaturest, Joanne Piscitelii- lNewsj, Steve Jahnke lSportsl, Mark Stowitts iEnter- tainmentl, and Toni Turchi lPhotographyl. Not Pic- tured: Larry Marscheck lOpinionsj. Above Right: Mark Stowitts, Larry Marscheck, Ted Earnshaw, Mel- ody Leach, and Steve Jahnke, ready the newspapers for class distribution. Below Left: The intellectual Pow Wow Staff included: IBottom Rowj Mary Gai- nor, Mark Stowitts, Karen Reed, Marilyn Fischer, Melody Leach. IMiddle Rowj Tom Surich, Kurt Osen- baugh, Mark Rountree, Toni Turchi. fTop Rowl Mr. James O'Brian, Advisor, Ben De Marzo, Steve Sahnke. INot Shownj John Hoffman, Ray Codd, Larry Marscheck, Joanne Piscitelli, Scott Wagner, Bob Wall. Below Right: Although criticized by some, Editor-In-Chief, Karen Reed, worked diligently to coordinate a school newspaper characterized by honest, relevant, and informative articles and editori- als. 42 ORGANIZATIONS . i sf' X Students Voiced Opinions ln Editorials 5-'f'Wr' of lvnsu- ., DONAT SUCCIIDD YJ 'Z' X EE V0 R A L D TRY AGAIN. The Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow was published weekly throughout the school year by a small but talented staff under the exceptional leadership of Editor- in-Chief, Karen Reed and Advisor Mr. James O'Brien. The staff met daily in the publica- tions house in addition to volunteering their time to "paste up" the paper at the San Marino Tribune on Saturdays. The Pow Wow helped communications by informing students and faculty of school news. ORGANIZATIONS - 43 Q I WEREWHK' EQ Q Nw www Yam 4 B x " E XX Q QA Q X Ss x ix .- f W? x 2 ..,. x ' E Ek . Siu. A X Q wil Q: gig , vii-. fax 1 ' L ,S X X ' . 7' 'X .-' ' g . ' , w 'X 1 , X if-i fr XX X w :Nm A :T ..: qi.. Lg N vi Aga 3 is Q fl B Vi X gy ,g . . .-,, I rjgim, 4- 5? 5 jr: . .,.,.. .f A 2,55 -4 2, - mi hy... , Q- A5125 Nw? kim in Orchesls and Synchronized Swlmmlng Learned Orchesis was a dance club for iunior and senior girls who displayed ability, creativity, and poise. The girls choreo- graphed their own modern, iazz, tap, and ballet routines. After hours of rehearsal, these routines were pres- ented at the end of the year in the Annual Spring Show. The Synchronized Swim Club, com- posed of 41 girls, met daily during fourth period. The girls swam during the first and third quarters, while sec- ond quarter was devoted to choreo- graphing routines to be used in the upcoming Synchronized Swimming Show. The knowledge gained at the work- shop held at Santo Fe High School was used when choreographing the num- bers for the show. Besides learning and executing the elements of water ballet, the girls in the club developed a sense of fellowship as they acquired the abil- ity to lead and ,follow others. ORGANIZATIONS - 45 Athletic Clubs Encouraged Fellowship Above: The Creative Writing Club included: lSittingl John Delancy, Bob Pier- son, Marcia Wise, Ellen Foster. lStandingl Jamin Brown, Paula Massengill, Randall Royce, Dave Greenshields, Ken Scott, Curt Roginson. iNot Picturedl Sarah Chatfield, Stephanie Coleman, Nan Shipman, Gail Price, and Lois Sarkisian. Above Right: The members included in the Fellowship of the Christian Athletes were: lStandingl Randy Erwin, Steve Friar, Rick Deetman, Steve Gex, Joel Werk, John Coats, Scott Butler. lSitting on Walll Dave Pintard, Brian Erwin, John Schuhmacher, George Cassis. lStand- ing in Backl Steve Jasco, Brian Viselli, Jeff Sterk. lNot Shownl Clay Matthews and Ron Pirolo. Right: Rain or shine, the Host- esses who served were: Jenny Coots, Mar- gie Spencer lTreasurerl, Pam Massengill, Lynn Highman, Connie Doolan lPresidentl, Monica Rodriguez, Suzanne Schuler, Susie Guild, Carol Kaplan lSecretaryl, Kathy Hanks, Paula Massengill lVice-Presidentl, Sandy Bydalek, Judy Slingluff, and Dana Symonds. lNot Shownl Jane Roberts lTele- phonel. Far Right: The Lettermen's Club consisted of: lBottom Rowl Bill Voden, Brad Greer, Jim Pitcl, Scott Butler, John Schuhmacher, John Coats lPresidentl, and Cam King. lSecond Rowl Herb Siegmund, Coach Dick Salter, Dave Pintard, Ron Pirolo, Joel Werk, and Steve Jahnke lSec. !Treas.l, Ned Vessey, Bill Stowell, Dean Albert, and Manuel Martinez. lThird Rowl Angel Gonzales, Brian Viselli, Dave Pierce, Doug D'Ewart, Mark Mew, and Mark Clark. lFourth Rowl Tim Larkin, Jack Hayes, Randie Fowler, John Stephens, Greg Karr, Pat Lockridge, and Bob Mat- thews. lTop Rowl Steve Holman, Rick Deetman, Jeff Sterk, Roy Prather, Mike Rudd, Steve Paradis, and Denny Mitchell. lNot Shownl Dave Weckerly, Richmond Barge, Doug Stuart, Mike Hoar, Bob Foy, Greg Gabriel, Brian Pielemier, Bob Cass, Craig Winn, and Clay Matthews. s 3 Q 'SA .Q ii ,QM gg fi f . K S QL x ' if xx Mg Sf A: QV Y W - x 5 , .... A ' X K Q ix M ff,-m Y f ,Q . , Q . ,mf EW av , we - . , , Y F - .21 F'4.....f E 11 ' 1 , K W :QR ,:L,,. Aww: N ww- - Above: The hard-working members of the Key Club were: lKneeIingl Tony Turchi, Rob Kay, Kevin Roberts, Bob Matthews, Scott Listin, Bryon Bell, Chris Brenner, Joe Marinelli, and John Hoffman. lStandingl John Schott, Kirk Bell, Hugh Horstman, Randy Haire, Barry Lisbin, Dave Davidson, Brian Tiedge, Steve Jahnke, Pete Gascoyne, Rich Johnson, Dick Beatty, Mark Vanlandingham, Dan Allen, Dave Bohmke, Rob Russell, and Dave Allen. iln Treel George Ulmer, Steve Paradis, Bill Stowell. iNot Picturedl Steve Per- kovich, Kevin Reed, Brian Hickey, Tom Pistole, Fred Willis, Pete Hughes, and Walt Horstman. For Right: At the trip to Willow Beach, fellow members of the Interact Club watched Brad Greer waterski. Below Right: The dedicated Key Club officers were Brian Tiedge, Publicity, Scott Lisbin, Secretary, Hugh Horstman, Treasurer, Bill Stowell, Vice-President, Dave Allen, President, Walt Horstman, Vice-President, and Steve Jahnke, Public- ity. Right: At the Key Club Christmas tree sale for the City of Hope, John Coats showed a tree to a prospective buyer and her son. Below Far Right: The Interact Club consisted of the following unique individuals: lBottom Rowl John Stephens, Ron Hopkins, lPresidentl, John Rouser, and Pat Lock- ridge. lMiddle Rowl Herb Siegmund, Mr. Chris Appel lClub Sponsorl, Scott Butler, Rick Deetman, Mike Phillips, Jeff Armstrong, George Cassis, Jim Garrett, Jim Rider, Brett Anderson, Kim Burdick, and Dave Nouskaiian lBoard Memberl. Uop Rowl Ron Pirolo, Gerry Newell, Denny Mitchell, John Schuhmacher, John Schilling, Tom Montpas, Dave Weckerly, Steve Simon, John Cambell, Scott Cuckovich, and Steve Barchan. lNot Shownl Wil Spurgeon Nice-Presidentj, Brad Greer iSergeant at Armsl, John Blair lSecretary!Treasurerl, Jim Cunningham, Ken Fietz, Steve Hanks, Steve Holman, Greg Karr, Bob Matthews, Kurt Osenbaugh, Dave Pintard, Kurt Richter, Steve Torrey, and Steve Wise. 48 - ORGANIZATIONS Having service as their primary obiective, Key Club adopted an orphan girl in Hong Kong. Other activities included a Christmas Tree sale, with the net profit going to the City of Hope. Under the direction of Mr. Fred Schwab, Key Club also sent .representatives to a National Convention in Los Angeles where they met with other Key Club members from Hawaii, Nevada, and California. They discussed new and different methods of performing service to their communities and new ideas for fund raising. Key Club members willingly offered their services in ushering at many school functions. Every Wednesday they had a lunch- eon with the Kiwanis Club. Interact was a world wide Rotary Club sponsored High School service organization located in 70 coun- tries around the world. The club doubled in size, and included many student body leaders and athletes. Under the leadership of sponsor Mr. Chris Appel, Interact collected canned foods that were distributed to needy families by the Sierra Madre Congregational Church. In addition, they had a Father-Son Dinner. The club took a three-day water ski trip to Willow Beach on the Colorado River. Fellowship was greatly stressed in all activities throughout the year. Key Club and Interact Increased , Membership and Service ORGANIZATIONS . .Q.WW,xM,,W.x.X,,..,.M,x.,,,,..m,W,.xx . .. X x Q X M X -.. E. X K CNE- ' ' 'X V .fn 1: x fi S ' ' - :X Q XX.. ' If 3 ,.,, , xi 1.12. .L Xx.w k M Q.. 'S - . , ' X 11 i . K , ' X - K5 A x V 54 M X . 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At the end of the year the members attended a one week leadership camp in San Diego. The Modeling Club, under the direction of Mrs. Gumm, gave girls experience in modeling as well as information on self- improvement. This information was pres- ented by guest speakers from local department stores. The girls modeled at the Mother-Daughter Tea at Bullock's and presented a fashion show in the Little Theatre in March. Ech-O-Nee, a girls' service club, gave two Halloween parties for mentally retarded children, one at Pacific State Hospital. They sold Christmas decorations and Valentine candy as fund raisers. The girls served at the Annual Spaghetti Din- ner and for the American Legion. The Future Teachers Club made visits to elementary schools and to the Head Start Program for underprivileged children. The girls also aided needy schools. Modeling Club Gave Spring Fashion Show 52 - ORGANIZATIONS aaacaag "N-M. , 1 iii' Above Left: The Red Cross Members were: Peggy Barrett, Lisa Bluemel, Linda Phillips, President, and Karen Killian. lNot Showni Arlynn Jones. Above: Ech-O-Nee consisted of: lBottom Rowi Janice Scott, Judy Bochte, Patty McNall, Diane Ekegren, Karen Miyamoto, Tania Horton, Polly Rasmussen, President, Mary Morabito, Carole Engle, President, Debbie Staebler, Kathy Burns, and Becky Palmer. lTop Rowi Nina Cooper, Sue Hatch, Sue Nash, Karen Stawell, Jeanne Burns, Diane Edmondson, Julie Stiles, Debbie Johnson, Karen McGuffin, Joanne Busch, Delrose Revelle. lNot Showni Karen Crothers, Debi Hagelganz, Jeannette Leeper, Marilyn Nicholls, Elizabeth Plyler, Kathy Simmons, Mary Takeshi, Debbie Valentine and Sue Smith. Far,Lefh The Model- ing Club included: lSeatedi Shirley Van Stralendorf, Cathy Conover, Julie Ramult, Nancy Smith, Debbie Staebler, Laurie Cole, Denice Wood, and Cynthia Carlson. lStanding1 Sandra Cortright, Mary Cristiano, Diane Brolin, Kim Byer, Karen Flanagan, Sally Schwellenbach, and Lorinda Hess, President. Left: Judy Slingluff, President of The Future Teachers Club, improved her typing skills. Directly Above: The Future Teachers Club included: Gigi Saltzer, Virginia Guiwitts, Gloriann Duff, Karen Schoelz, Judy Slingluff, Kathy Raidy, Noreen Cordaro, Lynne English, Melinda Piet, Linda Sanders, Kathi Jensen, Terry Ducich, Diane Powell, Katie Johnston, and Sponsor Mr. Musheno. lNot Showni Cami Dunning, Sheri Owens, Jane Hasterman, Judy Jackson, Marilyn Nicholls, and Vicky Zorkocy. ' ORGANIZATIONS - 53 Forensics Forensics Club was composed of students interested in competitive speaking. They par- ticipated in debates, original oratory, extem- poraneous speaking, and interpretation. Aside from the Forensics class that met daily, there were other students who com- peted for the school. Among the most important tournaments were State and National Qualifying events which led up to State and National Champi- onships. Other competitions were held at Bishop Amat, Arroyo, and Redlands, includ- ing the John Glenn Invitational, held in Nor- walk. The German Club acquired a greater understanding of the German culture, by hosting a Mardigras Dinner Party. They also held a Valentine's party. Many other events were planned but they had to be cancelled due to a prolonged absence of the club's advisor, Mrs. Flaks. The Water Ski Club, designed for those who enioyed water skiing, also helped with beginning basics for members unfamiliar with the sport. Besides one day trips, there were numerous weekend trips to Lake Elsi- nore and Lake Havasu. 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A fi fi ,TT A THQ T59 'sri As NAT li l -'F 'TT -"l H IA FKA' Aff' will T, A T AT T Q Q r ' xx V fT'TTA T:kA T TTA A K we kg- N ,A gg T M if 5 'A ' Ty' TTT,-ATTAA,-1 TT Q' Qt f 1 54 - ORGANlZATlONS X .QNX -- 5, ,grins s -S Above Left: The officers of Forensics consisted of: Karen Killian, Point Secretary, Dennis Chambers, Extemporaneous Captain, Steve Harper, Vice-President, John Hoffman, Presi- dent, Alan Hollingsworth, Historian, and Chuck Houser, Publicity. iNot Showni Lisa Biersch, Treasurer. Above Middle: The Ger- man Club officers were: Mrs. Flaks, Advisor, Debbie Krupp, Treasurer, Richard Beatty, President, Elaine Dayton, and Holly Horsman. lNot Showni Tania Horton, Vice-President, and Holly Monroe. Above: Water Ski Club members included: iBottom Rowj Nancy Guth- rie, Mr. Sartwell, Kim Mock. iMiddle Rowl Dick Smith, Colleen Stewart, Jim Smith, Jenice Horn, Mike McGuire, Terry, Telford, Kathy McCreary, Jenny Gerhardt, Kathy Rawnsley, Terri Goins, and Cindy Smith. lTop Rowl Kim Lober, Laurie Johnson, Rosie Garcia, Jim Van- Iwaarden, Karen Black, Karen Wallberg. Far Left: Forensic Club members included: iSeatedi Dwight Hahn, Dennis Chambers, Alan Hollingsworth, Jim Cunningham, Larry Marschek, Sue Nash, Scott Cuckovich, and Rick Davis. lStandingl Karen Killian, Steve Harper, Shelly Borcher, Mark Murdock, Chuck Hauser, Bob Francescon, Mr. Harris, and Ali Nasir. iNot Shown, Bill Stowell, Craig Winn, Lisa Biersch, Cynthia Reinsche, Jeanette Muel- ler, Dana Smith, Pam Miller, Calvin Slater, Diane Hawley, Marcello Rodriguez, Tim Wallstrom, and Fred Kippler. Middle Left: Bob Matthews, A.S.B. President, anticipated his turn to be dunked. Left: A quaint train station lies in the mountains above the city of Heidel- berg, Germany. ORGANIZATIONS - 55 l i 56 -- ORGANIZATIONS Left: The Chess Club members were: Dusty Carlson, Mr. Goddard, Carl Chambers, Jill Brock, Karen Stowell, Tim Wallstrom, Potty McNaIl, and Scott Schmitz. Far Left: Cycling Club included: Moria Piscotelli, Debbie Packer, Ken Joiner, President, Sue Albright, Scott Dubin, lisa Lorente, Miles Harlan, and Jim Brooks. Below: The Model Rocket Club consisted of: Steve Laszlo, Eric Moore, David ledyord, David Rapp, President, Hugh McKenney, Karl Freund, Steve Scheel, and Colonel Mellin, Advisor. fNot Shownl Jeff Wright. Below Right: The Boat Building Club members were: Jack Reynolds, Mr. White, Sponsor, Paul Chan- nel, President, Mr. Johnston, and Steve Stanton. Interest Clubs Stimulated Involvement l L, 1 ' -tr 'H Ls CM g f. in Y is sux, . ' K Q, t , , ,X if TR Ns KET, Q -s -- .., ' r - N is . . -. f -wal.. f - tr r 1 . - . - 1- wg 5. Y ,ig xxx lx s Q. : A K K, 5 .tw 1, . F X. '+R vs 9 X . A5 x X .ESS fi A Xb .. Q The Chess Club, primarily made up of sophomores, held tournaments within the club itself. They used a numerical rating system to determine the best player within ability levels. The Model Rocket Club constructed miniature rockets that were launched periodically on the football field. There were four maior launches. The club, under the direction of Col. Mellin, entered a booth at the Arts Festival. The Cycling Club, under the supervi- sion of Mr. Stapleton, encouraged cycling enthusiasts with outings to Pud- dingstone Reservoir, Lacy Park, Griffith Park, and the Rose Bowl. The Model Boat Building Club con- structed both model and full-scale boats and canoes. The club also spon- sored their yearly boat race at Legg Lake. ORGANIZATIONS Right: The Hiking Club included: lSeatedj Mr. Wilks, Sponsor, Mark Scaparro ond Lori Wardein. lStandingl Rich Shonfelcl, President, Kathy Stalzer, Frank Perini, John Garrison, Sandy Holdstock, Celia Chavez, Bob Hender- son, Margaret Helms, and Cindy Wil- liams. Far Right: Kevin Flaherty schussed among the trees ot Mammoth. Below: The Ecology Club members were: lSeatedl Janice Reardon, Renee Bowe, and Jan Richter.lStandingl Mr. Morris, Karl Fruend, Louise Fasana, Theresa Martinez, Sandy Holdstock, Ken Joiner, Ken McDonald, John Fasana, Barbara Woods, Steve Richter, Clark Carlson, and Mr. White, Spon- sor. lNot Picturedl Leticia Howard, President. Below Far Right: The officers of the Ski Club consisted of: Mr. Kini- kan, Sponsor, Tim Geare, Audio-Vis- ual, Tracy Johnson, Secretory: Kevin Flaherty, President, and Ben Serar, Vice-President. lNot Shownl Scott McKenney, Treasurer. 58 - ORGANlZATlONS Ski Club Sponsored Eventful Season on the Slopes The Hiking Club, formed for those stu- dents who liked to hike and backpack, went on several overnight trips and many day hikes in the local San Gabriel and the San Bernadino Mountains, including Echo Mountain and Mount San Jacinto. The Ecology Club participated in a tree planting proiect at Crystal Lake to raise funds for various ecological organiza- tions. The members also helped with a trash pick-up at Chantry Flats. Besides a trip to the Cabrillo Tide Pools in San Pedro, they had several picnics at Wilder- ness Park. The Snow Ski Club held many trips to the slopes. This included three weekend trips to Mammoth and one to June Moun- tain. Informative ski films were shown at bi-weekly meetings. ORGANIZATIONS Q Q Q.. ' Y K Ji K ' X ,Q N if iw 3951. , YS 'J , Q, ,.., W SEQ ,N 42 , Mm L, N a N Q WW-m..,, SY Y. Xxx A A ..,x 1 , ,gg U Q f L '43 ri f .Qs ,E if F mn, ,.. Q Q? if x is msg, NM K wx is R , W, , , Q ya. K X 1- A A ,, . K A i 3' g P if W f x ,g Fifth Quarter Highlighted Football Season 62 - ACTIVITIES Football season was a mixture of long hours of planning and practice, not only for the football players, but for everyone involved with the season. From Executive Council, to the Band, to various clubs and organizations on campus, it constituted effort and time on the part of many students. A new addition to football activities was the "Fifth Quarter" after every home game. Created and introduced by the Executive Council, the "Fifth Quarter" was a tremendous success. Various bands came and played at the "Fifth Quarters" while many of the students who attended either danced or social- ized and listened to the bands. X -X: Q bf is s R X K 1' 4 :Wg-4 s' .Sy X Xi -L X M X X Q 3' X X Q 4 ,Q sf . W OX ' X x yi, A S . Q 64 - ACTIVITIES Homecoming Assembly Created Nostalgic Mood Neil Rasmussen, Jim Lucas, Dave Chap- pell and cheerleader Rick Callahan were among the many returning alumni at the tra- ditional Homecoming Assembly. Last year's entire pep Squad attended to add enthusi- asm to the large crowd. Past cheerleader Earl Harris superbly portrayed Coach Fred Peritore in one of the many skits that were performed. Dave Chappell, the number one punter in the N. F. L. and a 1965 graduate of Arcadia also spoke at the assembly. The Eagles' popular song "Take It Easy" was chosen by the 1972-73 song girls tor their routine. Far Left: Rams' punter Dave Chappell com- mented on the Homecoming game. Below Left: Pep Squad members and alumni cheer- leaders lfrom leftl Julie Vlhnslow, Carolyn Hassett, Caren Ashton, Linda Whittier, Denise Coupe, Jenny Hillings, and Sherry Lamoreaux applauded skits at assembly. Left: Song Girl Lisa Martindale performed a Homecoming routine. Below: Flag Girls lfrom leftj Karen Reed, Leslie Giles, Polly Kelly, Barbara Pear- sall, Joanne Piscitelli lhiddenl, Judy Kay, Lynn Guild, Robin Parker and Jane Vallone lhid- denl displayed their superior twirling ability for the audience. ACTNITIES Spiritof Homecoming Prevailed Through Rain l l l l l 4 Despite a steady rain, Arcadia was able to carry on with the Homecoming ceremonies and continue with the traditionall parade of floats. Sherry Lamoreaux was the popular choice of the student body to reign as queen of the Homecoming festivi- ties. Members of her court were Jane Hosterman, Senior Prin-l cessp Linda Whittier, Junior Princessp and Sophomore Princess Jenni Coats. Foreign students Beyhan Tursun and Pascale Baert completed the court. Sweepstakes prize for the best float went to Girls' League for their handmade walking birthday cake- Although Arcadia lost the game to Alhambra, the concert andl dance following the game were a success. l 66 -- ACTIVITIES Far Left: Sherry Lamoreaux posed proudly with her court Linda Whittier, Beyhan Tur- sun, Pascale Baert, Queen Sherry, Jenni Coots, and Jane Hosterman. Above: Steve Perkovich, Sherry Lamoreaux, Connie Doo- lan, John Schilling, Kathy Hill, Sue Hollan- der, Sue Mundy, and Corby Meadows looked dismal as the Alma Mater was played after the loss to Alhambra. Left: Denise Daniel iogged alongisde the horse- less carriage which carried Queen Sherry and John Schilling. ACTIVITIES - 67 68 - ACTIVITIES Arcadia High was privileged to have Republican party representative Joe Blatch- ford and Democratic Senator John Tunney speak in special assemblies during Political Awareness Week prior to the national elec- tions in November. The Social Awareness Club organized the two assemblies. by put- ting many hours into planning the events for the benefit of the students. A mock election was held the following week and students could vote for their choice of candidates and issues. The rock group "Shuffle" also appeared in a special assembly and evening concert. The quartet performed an excellent medley of songs and the turnout for the concert was also excellent. Special Assemblies Spotlightecl First Semester ' ' " ' Far Left: Peace Corps director Joe Blatchford spoke on behalf of President Nixon. Below Left: Senator John Tunney represented Sena- tor George McGovern. Above: "Shuffle" per- formed during a pep assembly. Left: "Shuffle" musician entertained a rowdy audi- ence with various songs. ACTIVITIES - 69 Q Q. Q A .v ll ix .. . s S X -ik H 'xg is 4 Q M - 'Y HE ,-B' Q as QS. is R S W Q i ,g,.,.4n-v"" xxx., QB ! , Ig. N 4. X 'X Superior Plays "Flowers for Algernon," the moving tale of a retarded man turned genius was presented by the Senior Jesters during the winter to the enioyment of students who attended. A very successful play, "Flow- ers tor Algernon" was preceded by an equally successful play, "You Can't Take It With You" which debuted in the fall. The Senior Jesters did a superior iob in presenting this play. The one-act plays, also in the fall, were given by Mr. Payne's drama classes. "Cry Witch," "Marvelous Playbill," "The Lottery," and "Geeks" were all well presented by the actors. ACTIVITIES Drama Created 72 - ACTIVITIES Rams and Teachers Entertained Audiences in Separate Shows Various Rams' football players came to Arcadia High to challenge the Faculty men to a game of basketball during March to the enioyment of all who attended. Rams' players Dave Elmendorf, .lack Snow, and Phil Olsen were a few of the prominent players who led the Rams to a decisive vic- tory. The players signed autographs at half- time and following the game for fans requesting them. Also during March the For- ensics Club sponsored a dunking booth. Stu- dents were allowed to dunk their "favorite" teachers during snack and lunch. Students enthusiastically participated in submerging those teachers who were willing to sit on the stool and await the fateful throw. This activity was highly successful as both a fund raiser and crowd pleaser. Above Far Left: Mr. Appel displayed his All American form in swishing goals. Below Far Lefh Phil Olsen sunk a free throw while Gene Howard and Ari Farr looked. Left: Mr. Ander- son climbed lhe stool fully clothed and was immedialely dunked in the water under the sharp aim of Judy Kay. ACTIVITIES - 73 74 - ACTIVITIES Far Right: Singer!Actors danced to one of their songs. Far Right Below: The musician played the part of an Edgar Allen Poe type while he described an insane person. Right: The group brought many pieces of equipment and instru- ments, notably the loudspeakers. Below: Musi- cians took time out to sing o melodious piece of their own composition. Rock and Mime Combo Stimulated Laughter "Hello People," the very talented rock and pantomime group, presented an excellent third period assembly for the student body. Nationally known, the four men have performed in such places as Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall. The songs were interwoven with original pantomime and creative skits which made an ordinary singing group very original in their presenta- tion. Students' reaction to the group was very favorable. After great consideration, the Junior Class Officers decided that the l973 Junior-Senior Prom would take place amidst the grandeur of the Ambassador Hotel. All students attending gathered in the Embassy Room on May l2 for the affair. "Dancing in the Moonlight" was cho- sen as the theme for this year's Prom. Dave Dol- kas, Junior Class President, announced at mid- night that Jackie Hogge would reign as Queen of the event. 76 ACTIVITIES lAmbassador Set Stage for Junior-Senior Prom l l lt , ,5Q gsm-sdfwx, as . . Fkifmlss Far Left: 1973 Prom Queen was Jackie Hogge. For Below Left: The figure of one of the Prom Royalty was silhouetted upon the rocks of Corona Del Mar. Above: The 1973 Prom Court was Barbara Pearsall, Tari Frahm, Sharon Stothers, Jackie Hogge and Lisa Mar- tindale. Left: The girls "flipped" when they found out they had been chosen to be Prom Royalty. They are Barbara Pearsall, Tori Frahm, Jackie Hogge, and Sharon Stothers. lNot Picturedl is Lisa Martindale. ACTIVITIES - 77 Far Right: Junior Kathy Hanks and Senior Mori- Iyn Fisher were Friendliest Girls for Fall. lNot Pic- turedj Sophomore Lori Livingston. Far Below Right: Friendliest Girls for Winter Dona Deverick lSophomorej and Jill Journigan Uuniorl attempted to dump Senior Tori Frahm in the fountain. Right: Paula Massengill paused momen- torily in the lovely gardens of the Huntington Library. Below: Seated amongst a field of spring flowers were Spring Friendliest Girls Louise Wil- son, Sophomoreg Sue Sambo, Juniorg and Denise Wood, Senior. 7 8 ACTIVITIES jf?-'ing' i 1 S 9 2 'NUHQ-.hw . Paula Massengill Chosen Friendliest Girl of Year Paula Massengill was chosen by the girls of the Senior Class to be Friendli- est Girl of the Year. This event, spon- sored by Girls' League, gives every girl on campus a chance to nominate and vote for the girl they think should be chosen as friendliest girl for the respec- tive seasons except summer. A new system of nominating and electing went into effect this year as anyone could nominate a girl they thought should be chosen for the title. ln previous years all nominating was done by the Sun- shine Committee. ACTIVITIES - 79 Road Show Entertamed At Miss Arcadia Pageant The Road Show is composed of tal- ented students who perform for vari- ous schools, service groups and churches throughout the community. The group is divided into three compa- nies appealing to elementary, iunior high and high school levels. They per- formed at the Miss Arcadia Pageant and at schools throughout Arcadia. The Road Show was formed to give tal- ented students an opportunity to per- form before the community. 80 ACTIVITIES EH f-- X vi N x 1 Below Left: Playing the role of the drunk in a skit entitled, "The Ugly Baby" was Bill Kern. Far Left: Lisa Coke, disguised as the Italian Professor Guadelagoop, and Chuck Knerr as Will Rodgers performed the role of masters of ceremonies for the road show. Below: Jill O'Keefe, Karen Killian, and Barbara Dorsch devised to clever tap dance routine to "Tea for Two". Left: John Koeppel tried to teach Terry Zoller how to drive in a monologue about the hazards of being a driver training teacher. Road Show Members: Tom Allen, Debbie Amato, Pam Anderson, Caren Ashton, Steve Bates, Lisa Biersch, Joe Boyer, Mike Brock, Jamin Brown, Marie Campbell, Kim Christian, Lori Clark, Lisa Coke, Terre Condron, Rick Cooper, Craig Cox, Cindy Cromwell, Randy Del Rey, Mark Dilker, Connie Doolan, Barbara Dorsch, Dee Dee Dowden, Gloriann Duff, Lynn English, Sheryl Fer- berdino, Sandy Forbes, Patti Forillo, Denise Flanks, Dan Garrett, Jenny Gerhardt, Lee Gutenberg, Debi Hagelganz, Diane Hawley, Mike High, Mary Hosterman, Jim Howland, Dave Johnson, Debi Johnson, Sheila Johnson, Carol Kaplan, Bill Kern, Kathy Kidd, Jane Kofford, Jeanne Legg, Jim Mallory, Paula Massengill, Wayne McAtee, Mark McNally, Mark Miller, Dan O'Donnell, Jill O'Keefe, Bill O'Malley, Suzanne Pedrotti, Ron Perry, Dave Pierce, Robin Pierce, Jim Pithey, Jim Pounds, Gail Price, Ciarisse Ranken, Randy Reader, Nancy Robinson, Lisa Richards, Joe Scheel, Barbie Sinclair, Kim Smith, Mike Sollazzo, Pete Stert, John Stothers, Steve Stricker, Walt Thistlewaite, Karen Tomblin, Bob Vogel, Terry Vreeland, Karen Williams, Julie Winslow, Linda Zoler, and Terry Zoler. l ACTIVITIES Bl X Q nf .S L gm . gs-.y -.+xA,, QNX ' N , A ' f A -M 5, o Q4 , E, A xg Q X- Y, 0 any L QR X Q - 4-f,,,.s,9Q.,,' 1 .W -. 9 ,A ,W .g Wwf. ,pkg ,A 'Fx A N4-.. . Q., . Aww mmf ,,UX,,,g 1- A ,wg , Ly 'W Q-X.-ay. xg., -1 .U K X Nb Q 38 4. X: H K' 9'3- ' X ' K Q, mi' N A ,N N K A We bg Q ., , ,W N: as , K s K , JM ' 'hi Sas-'fu 5 lk ' Q K ' '- 1-gf-W X. E X .,,f. . ,ei N + . V- 'Q - K 1 .june L. . i - N5-f 1 , 5 -N ' :xx , fx A ' 'im X r Q-,gr if ' .. Mk 551 ' , , F K, .b A . WF K use K 42 W ,gf X Q 'iggg,.,f 9.1 Q 4iws'f . 5 L. K ,mi A A ' . 'iw auth? Qs S A Ng? 'S is ' fr Mg", ' m .. . Q f W , A ' ,W M xx -.X.Q.f-'ww ,x .ww wp- e wi? 1 3 .fx .1 WR .Q .. x 4, Q X - -ez 'H-aff? N ,twiki s ., A X' .H For the first time in Coach Dick Salter's three-year era at Arcadia, the Apaches failed to make the CIF- 4A playoffs. Another league realign- ment, adding El Rancho and Monte- bello, made the Pacific League one of the toughest in the CIF, and Arca- dia placed third with a respectable 3-2 mark. As it did throughout the year, Arcadia relied on a steady running attack and a stingy defense in cop- ping their season opener, a 22-6 win over San Marino. Two victories later, the Apaches hosted two-time defending CIF-4A champions Bishop Amat, and AHS blanked the Lancers 13-0 in Arcadia's most impressive showing of the year. Tailback Scott Butler romped 53 yards for one touchdown, while John Schuhmacher booted field goals of 27 and 33 yards. Shades of the 1971 season were evident when AHS dropped their PL opener to eventual champs Pasa- dena, 7-6. Arcadia's only score came on a 57-yard iaunt by the speedy Butler. With their work cut out for them, the Apaches got back into the title chase the following week with a 9-6 triumph over powerful El Rancho. Butler continued to run well with 94 yards and a touchdown, while defensive-end Clay Matthews was credited with a safety. Quarterback Jeff Sterk went to the air against Montebello as Arcadia upped their league mark to 2-1 with a 20-16 victory over the Oilers. Sterk com- pleted 10 of 11 passes for 110 yards and one TD and ran 14 yards for another. In the showdown for second place and a playoff spot, the Apaches dropped a 7-0 Homecoming verdict to Alhambra in the rain, as the AHS powerful rushing game was stopped cold. With nothing to salvage but pride, the Apaches tripped Muir, 21- 19, in their reason finale as work- horse Joel Werk had his finest game rushing with 96 yards and a touch- down. 84 - SPORTS Varsity Posted Successful 7-2 Mark K Tailback Scott Butler l20l took the handoff from QB Jeff Sterk U61 and upfleld behind the blocking of fullback Joel Werk l33I in Apache loss to na Above Left Slotback Ron Pnrolo lunged at o Paul Possemato aerial Glendale but the pass trickled off Prrolos fingertips and fell incomplete. fBotfom Rowj Dave Weckerly Second All League Defense. John Schuh- Second All League Defense, Second All San Gabriel Vally Defense. Tim - First All-League Offense, Second All-League Defense, Second All-San I Valley Offense, Second CIF Offense. Second Row: Jeff Sterk - Second All- : Offense. John Coats - Second All-League Offense. Randie Fowler - Sec- I-League Offense. Not Shown: Scott Butler - Second All-League Defense. atthews - Second All-League Defense. For Left: Return specialist Jim McGuffin struggles for extra yardage in Oiler ff: ' i . . . r . : ' r l . . . . I I SPORTS - 85 'f' f, S if xx . fhk. K NX v"!""' SYN .aw in ,XX 6 - X ., -. S ffwww, K , s is X 'HX le: N 'F 'GSA ex if + X x f .nf x, xi Q "Q Q 4 22,3 'ik -.. n 9' w 'W :Y -4 CD :CJ lzn.-a .was ,-.pw ,..,.u.w if A136 is N 8 X'- I f gn. -n. . gf , 'X' qw ' ' ki Wm " .W 'w 5 A G XM? VM , Bit , if Nm.. RW' fx X X Q, as :qu A 4' 'S fx x . qw-X , AJ, 'N' r.'LM"f K N . . -, I -4 ' 'P Nm P sw M M W Q s ns Y R lv- Above: Lineman Mike Munill 1661, Joe Benkert 1301, Doug Ferguson 1701, and Mark Mylius 1811 swarmed over Muir ball carrier into end zone for a safety as Marc Montgomery 1841 as referee Fred Schaab signified the score. Above Far Right: Runningback Mike Thomas scooted around right end behind the flying block of Alan Clauson. Above Right: Quarter- back Randy Erwin faked handoff to fullback Rocky Yank and faded back to pass. Right: Steve Jasco bulled for three more yards after long kickoff return in game with the Mus- tangs. Below Far Right - Junior Varsity Team, Bottom Row: Steve Jasco, Rock Yank, Jeff Anderson, Marshall Deems, Tom Mont- pas, Gary Gayle, Jeff Werk, Mike Thomas, Tony Giedt, Juan Aguirre, and John Pitchl. Second Row: Joe Benkert, Cass May, Mike Reynose, Sandy Whiting, Tom Jurich, Tim Lockridge, Bill Larew, Randy Erwin, Steve Stremel, Randy Gay, Jim Rider,-Mike Shinne- barger, and Mike Munill. Third Row: Coach Bill Stafford, Joe Gallal, Jim Margett, Bruce Bickenbach, Mark Salter, Marc Montgomery, Bob Wall, Jim Barker, Andy Kroll, Richard Keavney, Doug Ferguson, Chuck Hickman, Dave Hostetler, Tony Knox, Mark Mylius and Coach Chuck Coleman. 88 - SPORTS 1 ll Junior Varsity Finished League Play Strong 3 -E 'jk ':. A, N ,,, A K- , pw . Megs, be be - Sophomore Grldders f::: foj H X, Gained Experience ,, K kxxx N 'xx x U in 'riff' 5 ge PPV? its-ns. Above Top left: Halfback Steve Quackenbush, who was credited this year with the longest run from scrimmage Q99 yardsl in Arcadia High history, grabbed pitch out and scampered around right end for first down in victory over Oilers. Far Left: Quarterback Keith Rasmussen U71 got off pass as Steve Summers i76l, Dan Allen 1211, Mark Malmrose 1701, and Steve Ayres C611 held off the fierce pass rush of the Montebello Oilers. Below Far Left - Sophomore Team: Bottom Row: Bob Voden, Gay Cope, Tim Wiggins, Alan Polley, and Norm Ritchie. Second Row: Greg Murphy, Louis Gardner, Dan Allen, Pat Hogan, Brian Erwin, Don ller, Carl Troncale, Steve Quackenbush, Len Stahl, Joe Griffith, Joe Stella, and Jon Bernasconi. Top Row: Coach Vallie Robinson, Scott Gibson, lmre Santha, Kevin Pochter, Keith Rasmussen, Mark Malmrose, Hutch Philpot, Gary Gould, Shawn Yokum, Steve Ayres, Steve Summers, Brian Pielmeier, Rob McGregor, Steve Tarnowski, Steve Miller, and Coach Bob DiGiaoomo. Above - Sophomore Reserve Team: Bottom Row:Dino Perugino, Dave Allen, Greg Matthews, John Deetman, Mark Munill, Randy Felton, Tracy Ertel, Alonzo Aguirre, Tom Forbes, Bob Fallon, and Dale Rasmussen. Second Row: Eddie Jones, John Lucas, Rob Sultzbach, Tim Forbes, Terry Keavney, Randy Walker, Wes Hutchens, Dave Chavez, Jim Lesperance, Don Snellings, and Hal Ward. Third Row: Coach Ed Burke, Coach Ron Morris, Terry Tuttle, Lee Hill, Ray Spaulding, John Dailey, Mitch Thomas, Carl Haasis, Joe Laszlo, Mark Fort, Bob Mulich, and George Carlson. Left: Speedster Alonzo Aquirre eluded would-be tacklers and sprinted down the sidelines for another long gain. ln Arcadia's 32-14 triumph over Montebello, Aquirre accounted for all Apache points with an incredible five touchdown performance. SPORTS - 91 Champion Harriers Captured Fifth In CIF What can one say about a team that completed the first undefeated cross country season in the school's history with a I0-0 mark? What can one say about a team that posted a perfect 5-0 record in league action and claimed the loop title? What can one say about a team that placed third in the CIF- 4A semifinals, and by doing so became the first team in the school's history to qualify for the finals? And what can one say about a team that placed fifth in the CIF finals? "That iust about says it all," said head coach Scott Chisam. "This team was very intelligent and a top notch group. They knew how to run a smart race, and were a great group of boys to work with." Arcadia showed early signs of brilliance in preleague com- petition, defeating San Marino for the first time in I4 years and downing always tough Foothill. Then, after breezing past four PL teams, the Apaches nipped Alhambra, 27-32, for the league championship. The harriers readied for the CIF semifinals by dominating the Pacific League finals, Mark Mew, Eric Taborek, and Mike Hoar finished in the top I0 in the PL finals and thus were named to the all-league first team, while Scott Lauer and John Leeper were honored on the second team. Lauer l'l5thl, Mew ll8thl, and Taborek l22ndI led AHS to an overall third place in the CIF semifinals. Although the entire Apache squad lowered their time in the CIF finals, they managed a fifth against ten of the toughest teams in all of CIF. 92 - SPORTS Above Far Left - Varsity Team: Bottom Row: Edc Taborek,John Leepen Bob Casg Bob Harding, and Bryan Jonasen. Second Row: John Reilly, Ralph Lopez, Mike Hoar, Scott Lauer, Mark Mew, Doug Stuart, and Coach Scott Chisam. Below Far Left: Mark Mew, Mike Hoar, and Eric Taborek streaked to a one-two-three finish in victory over Muir. Left: Eric Taborek, Scott Lauer, John Reilly, and John Leeper gutted it out in the Mt. SAC Invitational. Below - Junior Varsity and Sophomore Teams: Bottom Row: Kelvyn Billings, Rudy Vaca, Dave Peters, Lenny Lauer, Doug Pearson, and Jim Hatcher. Second Row: Jim Patapoff, Jim Long, Dave Bohmke, Jim Polarek, Mark Allen, Bob Henderson, and Chris Carlson. Third Row: Rich Shonfeld, Pete Gascoyne, Steve Heins, Bill Vwndow, Hal Vozmk, Rkk Zemen and Joe Falabrina. 'f tw? Y . t u-'bf' I 4 X ,K .f xi-. ,F -7 ' . il' LV M SPORTS - 93 f, .1 5 -u, N Ju. X 'X 'K sf ' :Suffi- - 1251 , Msg x 555 ' ', 3156: E' .VT RTQY E R. aiifik. , 4??P?.'.:' X jf? ' x 5.1 vggX3y..5g,-M-gk. M, S :W W if FS IQ N ,9x mr Y 96 - SPORTS W3 iff ff, Cagers Reached Second Round of the CIF Playoffs It didn't take long for Arcadia's powerful basketball squad to establish themselves as one of the school's finest ever. In their season opener, AHS clobbered crosstown rivals Monrovia, 46-29, for the biggest margin of vic- tory over the Wildcats in recent years. p g Coach Vallie Robinson's quintet went on to post a brilliant 21-7 overall mark, and of these seven losses, five came at the hands of the top four fin- ishers in the CIF-4A playoffs - Verbum Dei, Pasadena, Corona Del Mar, and Hoover. The Apaches placed second in the Pacific League with an 8-2 record, and reached the second round ofthe playoffs. I P With a I2-4 preseason record behind them, the Apaches began the'PL campaign with impressive victories over Montebello and Muir as they looked toward their first encounter with defending Pacific League champs Pasadena. Despite outstanding performances by forward Mark, Miller and guard Steve Perkovich, the Bulldogs trimmed,AHS in thriller, 66-64. Four victories later Arcadia traveled to PHS in an cnet-npr to gain ci share of the title. However, the Bulldogs broke open a tight game with a big fourth quarter to defeat the Apaches, 72-59, and clinch, the championship. Playing their best ball of the year, Arcadia defeated Troy, 75-65, in the first round of the CIF 4A playoffs. The Apaches drew two-time defending champions Verbum Dei in the second round, and despite another fine teaiti performance by AHS, the Eagles felled Arcadia, 73-62. , g Center Steve Frair and Mark Miller were named to the All-Pacific League first team for their efforts throughout the season, while guards Steve Smith and Perkovich were picked on the honorable mention squad. Above Far Leffzhleaplng Mark Miller skied over d Crescenta Valley defender and scared two points. Below Far left? Steve Hill's Shari iumpei swished through the nets as Steve Frair, and Mark Miller hit the boards. left: Guard Steve Jdhnke applied the brakes an a fast Break arid looked inside for an open man. Above Lofts liar- ward Rob Russell scared d field goal against Pas- adena as guard Larry Eustachy leaked on. SPORTS - 97 x QQ :m "i fini I 3 in M 15" W3?1f7f' fi Q 1 5 55 SQ E its -S tkgf ii M !,, XM! S. exif '35 C gn F' F1 IQ s . N . 'W 'W g 5 ' ' k .fQggg3 K N ,fw M Xl A x .mo Q 5 Q if X --'R Sai? i is X LX SX ,X bw X.. .Q S X, XX. .. N f ' if 35 XX' X- VX --1 .X ,X--. - X ,. X x X ,ik XXX 5 W Ei XX 'uw 4-QS.. . XXXXSV J aw w? M A, , wyw, ',,gs,v1 A ,,. M4 , ,A " -"fl 1 Q: ,dp Q ,Q :"'-wfff 'I 6 '- ,, f V 17 -ff f A i M' W Zin: ,A A , ,,,,, Q f f Q X 5 S' Y X . X .Xl Xi. QXXAX X- 5 it ::,, X XX K A Q XR Y X X X N ' 2 X ITS - x 'S T X K X2 I X i f 1' Y X X R+ E2 X, 9 X S X S+ gf X 1 . 5 f as-W X . X X N X as E S as X .rx ' X X XXX X .X QR -ai . li sf -. X X ,, QR X 3 Q' QE s ., X J R J mm X 5 vo- f f X Q? X XXQX. XX Q, C --X: S ' Q . : A N s ,gf I I 3821. N M :N Q A T 4 z gf "Fl gf Q ff 51:4 wa 1 1 ' 4 . 'I 1 . is X A., qv L' K 3, M 1. .X is 5 1 N A ' Q K ,. A5 M TX + 5 iw k 5 ft ' I A WV g 1 -9 W 0 ff? ' X ' 4' Mi .x K . W P Q .gil I V Q W? Q K K . G l S i S kv 1 A' -M-.N rg- A455 1 Q 1- Q fir 1 sig ! 'Li F f fi 325 HV 14 ,mx-same . 4 S9 We x X X . 'wg :vw W K' NMMA ,FN i , - . ' . in CK . . QQ N ms M K Q f X. 'Sw X it ik Q .. X N Q 1 X LAAL X N X Q N X X 5 X L Q 'why . 1'hv 1,5--: ' e1iimQ ' N ks R 1 ANHWK- is X N 5 gil! YA X ig Q E 5 wi' Q 'S X 104 - SPORTS Below: Junior Varsity Team. lBottom Rowl Tony 'Giedt, Tom Garton, Rick Davis, Mike Brock. tSecond Rowj Scott Nelson, Fred Dodge, George Ulmer, and Rick Rutherford. Right: Breaststroker Tom Garton was all alone in an easy triumph. Far Below: .lV's Tom Milich lLane Onel, Steve Paradis lLane Threej, and Rick Rutherford lLane Fivel readied for the start of the 400 yard freestyle. Middle Right: Sophomore Dave .lepsen swam the breaststroke to a victory in PL dual meet. Far Right: JV Tony Giedt built a lead in the third leg of the medley relay. Below Right: Sopho- more Team. lBot'tom Rowl Dave Jepsen, Bill Jess, Keith Miyamoto, Stan Vasily and Kevin Samuelson. tSecond Rowi Mike DeArmon, Don Alexander, Scott Dubin, Kim Burdick, Martin Mann and Ed Morse. 4 Junior Varsity, Sophomores Also Impressive any ' 1 ' 'N W .Q 2.233i'giw-nm - ' - I is X ii" A. ' A A I kiss . A in SPORTS - 105 Water Polo Completed Best Year Ever Summing up his feelings toward the varsity water polo squad, Coach Ray Petterson said, "Without a doubt, this is the best team I have ever coached. The boys were talented, dedicated, and a great group to work with." They compiled an impressive 16-5 mark overall, with an 8-2 mark in Pacific League competi- tion. AHS finished second in Pacific League play and barely missed a berth in the CIF playoffs. Indications of a favorable campaign began to show early in the year as the Apaches placed fourth in the always rugged Valencia Tournament and then came back to capture the team title in the Roland Tourney. The Apaches played iust as brilliant in loop action, including 16-3 and 27-2 thrashings over Monrovia. A pair of losses to undefeated Muir were the only dents in Arcadia's record, but there was still life in a possi- bility of post season play. However, in a playoff for that berth, AHS was tripped by Westminister, 12-9. Bill Stowell, Tom Powell, Craig Miller and Bill Pat- terson were named to the first team All-Pacific League team, while Stowell and Powell were also honored on the All-Valencia team. Arcadia's iunior varsity and sophomore teams each copped their respective Pacific League titles with 9-1 marks. Q--.9 ---- --- --fs Q- C.. ..... ,. - V.. . .... ..... . ,,.. ,,. .. ,..1Tr..x..g.. :f....F'.z.g vg .tzzffzg gf'111:.::f4: ::g,g.1'T'." " ., ILS 106 - SPORTS , I X se fe I K 1 -, Above Far Left: Leading the sophomores to a romp over the litans, Bill Jess rifled in another score as time ran out in the first quarter. Below Far Left Varsity, Junior Var- sity and Sophomore Team combined. 1Bot- tom Rowj Dave Allen, Steve Paradis, Brad Williams, Dave Jepson, Rick Davis, Bill Jess, Keith Miyomato, Paul Blechart, Star Vasily, Scott Dubin, and Rich lantaffi. fSecond Rowj Randy Ross, Tom Gorton, Phil Burgess, Lou Mele, Craig Miller, Mark Bishop, Tom Milich, Rick Rutherford, Mike Brock, Milo McNally, and Buzzy Jensen. fThird Rowj Coach Andy Powell, Mike Rudd, Tom Powell, Bill Stowell, Ollie Sene- chal, Chris Diercks, Fred Dodge, Scott Nel- son, Ed Morse, Jack Partch, Dan Alexan- der, Martin Mann, Coach Ray Peterson. Above Left: Coaches Ray Petterson and Andy Powell clasped hands with the team prior to the Titan tilt. Above Right: Junior Varsity standout Randy Ross backed away from the defensive pressure and logged pass into teammate in victory over San Marino. Left: Super goalie Bill Stowell, who blocked an amazing 75'k of all shots fired at him this year, grimaced as he deflected another goal attempt in game against Montebello. SPORTS - 107 is X, .X s fi WRX x K. -SX-EX 32 Q .K-T-"-3' f x. wx 2 e gg -Q x X X N :wi X- Hx 'F : 3+5 . ' y xxgvigf-XMB 2 1 -1, ft? 5 ,iii thymus:-'N-.Q N -ri g K Q ff x? E 52" 'M A M iw X K ,Ml 1- 'f fx- Nw "XM f-f- .N 3 42: X K Y Q X. LLLL 5 A XX N- fr-:E - : S N 3 if X W Sh X Q w S? Q b X, Nix ' :SM X Q my x , Q X X Xe Xi' Q85 :L N x fm X b S fe 1 X XS Middle-Distance Runners Keyed Victories WW? f i 3 5. ii :br 5 s Above: Varsity Team. lBottom Rowl Manager Bill Winslow, Angel Gonzales, Chris Carlson, John Reilly, Laine Scheliga, Mike Thomas, Tom Jurich, Bob Foy, Greg Gabriel, Brian Booth, Chris Salkeld, Bryan Jonasen, Bill Barry, Jon Simon, Manager Jim Wallick. lSecond Rowl Jeff Anderson, John Schilling, Bob Matthews, Mike Hour, Pete Gascoyne, Doug Stuart, Pete Hughes, Greg Bird, John Leeper, Erik Taborek, Bob Cass. lThird Rowl Tony Knox, Rafael Bear, Rob Kay, Scott Sells, Jack Lansford, Marc Winkelmon, Tim Larkin, Fritz Maxwell, Dana Harri- son, Grant Niederhaus, Bob Reeves, Rick Shonfeld, Jeff Darrow, and Dave Farrell. Right: Anchorman Chris Salkeld lunged across the tape in victory in the 440 yard relay. Above Far Right: Milers Ralph Lopez and Mike Haar led the field at the halfway mark in meet with South Hills. Below Far Right: Mark Mew and Erik Taborek surged past Arroyo runner in home stretch. I I0 - SPORTS X ...W .,..W-......,., .... ...,...M.,. ,. x-1,-a 6' 4 .vv , v"'. his N Wwe sw x enemy. A .. . ,iii?'. Q . .SSW - ' fp - ' ' w , A . :1 1 :1 if . xr 'X ,K -5. A F. , pigw. -Q..--A Xwwvw-A ws Q YS A W. K, 'X f5x.P55'fr 151,-Xe . , x K .. r XX. 3' -5 ,gg 2 . S gi, K 5 4- f Q55 f'S5""?L' IV. . 2-A 3 N .W . 5 1 SN KS-F . 5 8 L' -gg ww QM ff H a X .J --1 :-Q JQPQQ N K -"' X , N Q vi W 9' was mr y ,. ,, gs' ,x ,Z 1v1,,5f5xvwQga is 55 4 K -4 K we wwfww Y 8 ,Q 54 1 .L " A 4 251-2221 M 5 fiwwgzzsggi if gf' . X- NS-A 4 NA 112 - SPORTS A Q l s x...1f,'i Q7 X O i .... is K ...,k 1 11. es -sg N e ip s fee Above Far Left: Doug Stuart handed baton off to Pete Hughes for final leg of the mile relay. Below For Left: Bob Reeves and Grant Niederhaus flew over last hurdle in 120 high hurdle race against Montebello. Below Left: Shot put- ter 'Hm Larkin unleashed winning put. Left: Bob Cass strided towardsbfinish line in 880 yard victory. Below: lmre Santha easily cleared opening height in high iump. X .. K f as ' ' - k-':. "ff Q' e"""f5x if-111-352 ---- Home . 5 - A 355. K - . sssr rl r '1'iR 2 fi s 1 ir' 1' e fm A Q Wx is ii' U A as r f '5- ,si .B A SPORTS- Above: Sophomore Team. fBottom Rowj Brian Uhl, Lenny Stahl, Paul Blechert, Brad Con- nolly, Terry Slope, George Hirvela, Doug Pearson, Gaylor Cope, Don McNamara, Steve Wetchel, Tim Gaffney, Joe Morinelli, Scott Wagner, and Kevin Sullivan. ISecond Rowj Rob Sultzbach, Mark Allen, Pat Hogan, Dove Peters, Jim Polarek, Dove Bohmke, Ed Jones, Terry Keavney, Brian Erwin, Jim Long, Jim Hatcher, Joe Griffith, Tracy Ettel, Dave Working, John Bernasconi, Bob Ziegler, Bob Henderson, and Jim Margett. fThird Rowl Steve Miller, Scott Long, Mark Munill, Wes Hutchens, Dave Matern, Joe Scheel, Don Stiver, Carl Troncale, Don Snellings, Joe Laszlo, Kym Mantz, Mike Sanchez, Jim Pota- poff, Randy Carson, Mark Woodyard, Bill Mitchell, Steve Summers, Bill Boggess, Scott Gibson, and Imre Sontha. Right: Scott Gibson flew over last hurdle en route to victory in the low hurdles. Middle Right: Doug D'Ewart slammed the ball across the net as teammates Jim Treydte and Kevin Flaherty prepared for the return. Far Right: Hugh Horstman and Dan Summers looked on with anticipation as Bryce Corley pushed the ball past an Apache foe. Above Right: Volleyball team 1Bottom Rowl Doug D'Ewart, Griff Williams, Steve Barchan, Hugh Horstman, Jim Carlson, Tom Forbes, Scott McKenney. ITop Rowj Bob Holl- ingsworth, Bryce Corley, David Corley, Joe Legg, Dave Donnely, Bill Horne, Kevin Flah- erty, Jim Treydte and Coach Daryl Bender. 1 14 SPORTS Volleyball Made Debut ln Sports Program Under' the leadership of Coach Daryl Bender and Captain Bryce Corley, Arcadia launched a suc- cessful first year volleyball team. Although a bit inexperienced, the netters hosted a respectable mark in the newly formed league. .lim Carlson was a great asset behind the serving line. After a good dig from Kevin Flaherty, Carlson or Tom Forbes set the ball up for the slam. Coming out from basketball, Jim Treydte was an excellent iumper and along with Dave Donnely and 'Scott McKenney formed an outstanding front line of spikers. Griff Williams was also known to be a very fine player. Rounding out the team were Bryce and David Corley, who could be counted on in any situation for superior performance. SPORTS - l l5 ef! ! 1553? A K Q 2 Q 3 95 gr S? gb x , -,P SN H . E "W 'Q NN, f ' ff?" A , 3: , X , b ' , A .K 1 'Y 'M- k va if Q31 Mx 'NK 'Ng i k - , 3 Q - ' X W' guna new w hw. xi-.5 ,. A., , me s KW 'Nu ' Mm, . Big Bats Paced Varsity Attack Relying on a strong hitting attack and an experienced infield, Coach Lani Exton's baseball team was a heavy favorite to capture the Pacific League Crown. The Apaches sported a fine 6-I preseason mark, including third place in the rugged El Segundo Tournament. Firstbaseman Brian Viselli and third- sacker Rich Jackson, who were named to the all PL team last year, anchored a strong infield that included returning letterman Steve Prophet at second base. Hard-hitting Jim McGuffin and hustling Joel Werk alternated behind the plate, while Jeff Sterk held down the shortstop position. Righthanders Denny Mitchell and Steve Friar figured to be the aces for Exton's mound staff. Sophomore Brad Ducich also got some starting assign- ments, while Rick Lucas and southpaw Paul Possemato headed the bullpen. John Schuhmacher, Bill Voden, and McGuffin lwhen he's not catching, were the mainstays of a promising out- field. S New Coaches Helped Junior Varsity, Sophomores u I 4 A 9.- H X X . k K L, , X u o c 4 n o 4 VISITOR " V' """""'m'- vnu.. M. W W K ..-vqw'-grub Wva.Q.::..:,,4-.nf qgfi-:M : -f::,1f,g. ',,,.. ,q..A,q,-Q1 11, 2:1-f M- 4' 'I i A as Q Q 'Q' JM- . . .P Sf ' 5 I 1 .N R x Q3 4-M r'Zf"5i uf' lpwwk if wa 1 s' 4!9Q'Q'5'! . if .- . V Y ,Q v k +53 Shun ,, ii 4 120 - SPORTS . we S.-. " ' 52 , Q- EDJ! 'FSTLFI . , Q gin nm A L W K. h s, L E Q gl., L -.-- M -Tug' U,-rt: ...r.,. " it gl: E V' , 7 . . J .4 '1""t'i':"E au.-s 4 . '4" Mi-ir: ,Zig A l g egis Q1 .. Q f E flffi esie f A Top Right: Chard Smith headed the ball upfield. Top Left: Goalie Greg Karr boomed ball downfield as Brad Greer looked on. Above: Junior Varsity Team. lBottom Rowl John Lucas, Bryant Greer, Blake Bain, Steve Bar- chan, Greg Matthews, Kirk Hines, Marcelo Rodriguez, and Jeff Armstrong. lSecond Rowl Bruce Douglas, Hugh McKenney, Jim McComb, Steve Forden, Steve Dargan, Mike Quilan, Steve Bates, Dave Benson, Pete Bellows, and Guy Chambers. Right: Teammates Steve Wise and Griff Williams worked ball into scoring position. Above Far Right: Varsity Team. lBottom Rowl Jeff Taylor, Bob Voden, Juan Aguirre, Greg Karr, Alonzo Aguirre, Mazin Nasir, and Chard Smith. lSecond Rowl Coach Al Manachuk, Scott McKenney, Jim Cunningham, Brad Greer, Griff Williams, and Steve Wise. Far Right: Defensive standout Doug D'Ewart stole ball from Alhambra foe to stop drive. Soccer Swept to First League Title . A Q -riff' f f ,U A ,Q , 9 as A 9 ' , l 'L Q ' ' ns ii f' aff ' Q ' so ln one of the biggest success stories in Arcadia sports all year, the Apache soccer team captured the Pacific League championship and qualified for the CIF playoffs. AHS, under head coach Al Manachuk, had an 8-2 loop slate for the first winning season in the school's history. After a 5-0 whitewash victory over Montebello in the PL opener, Arcadia then triumphed over Pasadena 3-'l. Two victories later, however, Arcadia suf- fered their first loss of the campaign to Montebello, I-0, in the rain. The Apaches bounced right back with a 4-3 win over EI Rancho. Arcadia again faced co-league favorite Pasadena. Steve Wise tallied the game's only score and goalie Greg Karr recorded his second straight shutout as the Apaches took sole possession of first place with a 1-0 win, in what turned out to be the title decider. In the first round of the CIF playoffs, Santa Barbara scored a goal in the first minute of play and the Apaches never recovered, drop- ping a 2-0 verdict. Arcadia dominated the all-Pacific League teams with eight players being honored. Juan Aguirre and Steve Wise, high scorers for the Apaches, were named to the first team, while team- mates Doug D'Ewart and Richard Smith made second team. Scott McKenney, Brad Greer, Jeff Taylor, and Greg Karr were cited honorable mention. Netters Sought To Defend Title Top: Varsity Team. iBottom Rowl Dave Davidson, John Ulmer, Ron Nickloff, Randy Kramb, and Ron Hopkins. lSec- ond Rowl Mark Ritter, Steve Jahnke, Bill Stowell, Steve Simon, and Gary Fleischer. Above: Bill Stowell sliced back- hand shot down the alley. Right: Steve Jahnke hit cross- court forehand past Covina opponent. Top Far Right: Sophomore Team. iBottom Rowl Dean Biersch, Steve Swaf- ford, Dave Ledyard, and Mike Finney. lSecond Rowl Steve Stricker, Scott Lamoreaux, Barry Lisbin, David Queen, and Jim Eames. Middle Far Right: Junior Varsity Team. iBottom Rowl Paul Munoz, Dick Lewis, George Carlson, Erik Moore, Jim Chaput, Kirk Hines. iSecond Rowl Guy Chambers, Randy Hoire, Doug Drexel, Mark Renfrew, Scott Erdman, and Richard Keavney. Below Far Right: Steve Simon let hair fly as he unloaded a topspin serve. ' --- rf is With a perfect 14-0 mark behind them, Coach Bill Stafford's varsity netmen went out to defend their 1972 Pacific League title. Although the Apaches lost several key players, they were again expected to battle Pasadena for the cham- pionship. Seniors Steve .lahnke and Bill Stowell, ranked number one and two respectively in singles, and doubles player Steve Simon carried the key hopes for Arcadia. All three are returning letter- men for the Apaches and won honors in presea- son tournaments at Covina and EI Monte. Rounding out the singles squad were sopho- mores Ron Nickloff, Gary Fleischer and Randy Kramb. Simon teamed up with John Ulmer in doubles, while Mark Ritter and Rich Lewis made up the other doubles team. SPORTS - 123 as Wmtiifg swims il 3 2 Golfers Peaked as League Action Began Returning to coach the golf team in 1973, Coach Paul Duhart expected to field a strong Pacific League contender. Experience was the key as Rick Stew- art, Craig Winn, Rick Riddle, Glen Car- ter and Jim Van Iwaarden led the Apaches. As a iunior last year Rick Stewart played second man and this year returned to head Arcadia's line-up. As the number one man he shot consistent golf throughout the preseason and reached his peak during league. His long drives gave Arcadia a good chance in the C.I.F. playoffs. Craig Winn, Rick Riddle and Jim Van Iwaarden were mainstays for AHS all season. Greg Carter and Craig McClure added consistent rounds throughout the season and contributed greatly in league play. 'l 24 SPORTS Far Left: Craig Winn drove the ball straight down the middle of the fairway. Above Left: Varsity and Junior Varsity Team Com5ined. iBottom Rowl Craig Dondanville, Ken Barclay, Farris Jabara, Tom Browning, and Jim Vogel. lSecond Rowl Glen Carter, Craig Winn, Rick Stewart, Jim Van Iwaarden, Craig McClure, Rick Riddle, and Coach Paul Duhart. Above: Rick Stewart unleashed a giant drive on the first hole. Left: Rick Riddle split the fairways with his long drive. SPORTS Cross Country Football Water Polo Basketball Soccer Wrestling Swimming Baseball Volleyball Track Tennis Golf Speedoes Splashed Through League Below: Swim Team. lBottom Rowl Julie Reeder, Cindy Smith, Jenny Gerhardt, Nancy Guthrie, Patty Forillo, Nancy Julian, Lynn Kerns, Kim Lober, Karin Williams, Tania Horton, and Karen Myamoto. lSeconcl Rowl Sandy Forbes, Laurie War- deln, Mary Dahlquist, Jill Brock, Robin Reeder, Laina Tan, and Pam Findley. lThird Rowl Laura Pierce, Andrea Sexton, Karen Stowell, Becky Parker, Sue Altmayer, Adrianne John, Debbie Old, Rachael Sundberg. lFourth Rowl Sharon Gran- ger, Corin Ashton, Karen Schellin, Sue Weckerley, Heather Hunter, Margo Sullivan, Susie Cooper, Abby Nimo, Jody Williamson, Doreen Bosacki, and Laurie Kollen. lTop Rowl Connle Scherer, Barbara Eilau, Nancy Scherer, Kaia Hed- lurid, Gail Prophet, Chris Elder, Janice Nielson, Janice Fulton, Lori Jepson, Patty Bronte, Tracy Johnson, and Cindy Bronte. lNot Pictured, Karen Jess. Far Right: Softball Team. lBottom Rowl .lane Fitzpatrick, Laura Lesperance, Lori Stevenson, and Lorraine VahBurkel. lMiddle Rowl Robin Smith, Sue Davies, Marcy Hamm, and Lynett Dinielli. lTop Rowl Linda Marshall, Sandy Bolger, Denise Dehart, Sandy Ingersoll, and Lori Jep- son. Right: Sandy Ingersoll showed determination while prac- ticing her pitches. Bottom Right: Lori Jepson expressed excitement as she hit the ball while Sandy Bolger awaited a miss. For Right: Patty Bronte concentrated on the form of her bockstroke. 128 - GIRLS' SPORTS For the girls of Miss Rice's swim team and Mrs. Stone's softball team, this year, as oth- ers proved gratifying. Girls practiced daily to improve their skill, form, and times. At meets among the outstanding performers were Laina Tan, Kaia Hudlund, Lori Jepson, Cindy Bronte, and Adrianne John. GIRLS' SPORTS - 129 Girls' Volleyball cmd Tennis Held Strong Year N i s 130 - GIRLS' SPORTS Below: Varsity Girls' Volleyball. lBattom Rowl Joyce Reinig, Debbie Valentine, Debbie Eggleston, and Jeannie Mundy. lSecond Rowj Lori Wardein, Alexis Petrovich, Terry Young, Kris Kavinski, and Karen Valko. lThird Rowl Terry Dembitz, Laura Lesperance, Marcy Hamm, and Janet Riley. lFourth Rowl Judy Willis, Sandy Ingersoll, Jan White, Lori Jepson, and Terry Stewart. lNot Pictured, Maria Sabido. Varsity Girls Tennis. lBottom Rowl Elaine Symonds, Anne Pendo, Lynn Kerns, Nancy Julian, and Sue Hoke. lSecand Rowl Jenny Clemons, Sue Peters, Debbie Allen, Lori Livingston, Laurie Grater, and Sue Allen. lThird Rowl Abby Nimmo, Sharon Granger, Janice Mies, Chris Elder, Debbie Turner, Carol Palmer, Candy Cusack, and Polly Rasmussen. lNot Picturedl Sherry Lamoreaux and Barbara Hallquist. Bottom Left: Candy Cusack uses skillful backhand to stump opponent. Below Left: Anne Pendo's fine season was helped by her fine forehand. Top Right: Marcy Hamm shows how to gain points with her use of spiking. GIRLS SPORTS 131 Once again the Girl's Basket- ball teams sported an excellent season. As expected, Varsity Team Captain Lori Jepsen led the team in ability and perform- ance. The team also welcomed the unusual talent of sopho- more Jan White. Combining their efforts with those of their teammates made for a winning season. Arcadia High School made history as the girls chose this year to start a water polo team. Enthusiastically the girls set out to be laughed at and helped by the already estab- lished boys team. Those not dis- couraged by the mocking went on to a very rewarding season. Q 132 - GIRLS' SPORTS Water Polo Added to Girls Sports Line-Up Far Left: Water Polo Team iBottom Rowl Karen Jess, Lori Jepson, Varsity Captain, Karen Valko, Lorraine Van Burkle, Karin Williams. and Kris Porter. iSecond Rowl Kaia Hedlund, Laurie Kallen, Vicky Zorcosy, Jane Fitzpatrick, Joyce Renig, Karen Miamayoto, Junior Var- sity Co-Capt., and Debbie Johnson. lThird Rowl Coach Miss Rice. iFourth Rowl Adrianne John, V. Co-Capt., Laina Tan, Rosemarie Garcia, Laura Pierce, Karen Sto- well, and Elaine Burnal. lTop Rowl Cindy Smith, Patty Bronte, Tracy Johnson, Junior Varsity Captain, Julie Reeder, Jan Brock and Robin Reeder. lNot Picturedl Sue Altmayer, Linne Hiday, Loralyn Anderson and Tania Horton. Above: Basketball Team. iBottom Rowl Jane Fitzpatrick, Karen Valko, Laurie Stevenson, Sue Davies and Cathy Novak. iSecond Rowl Lorianne Van Burkel, Robin Smith, Eileen Sterk, Terry Dembitz, Lyn- ette Dinielli, and Marcy Hamm. iThird Rowl Pam Miller, Linda Marshall, Sandy Bolger, Linda Stickler, Denise De Hart, and Marilyn Nicholls. lTap Rowl Cheryl Brannon, Anita Paquin, Sandy Ingersoll, Sherry Lamoreaux, Jan White, and Lori Jepson. Top Left: Sue Altmayer and Jane Fitzpatrick used offensive skills as they swam ball past opposition. Middle Left: Lori Jepson lined up the throw while waiting for a teammate to get cleared. Left: Agony was the feeling of Sherry Lamoreaux as the ball was knocked from her reach. GIRLS' SPORTS Although being Miss Shultz's first year as coach of the track team she was accepted right away by the girls. Helpfulness and true concern attributed to her success. All of this added in making it a good season for the team. Girls' Track Sprinted to Victory in ,, s .mi Q 1 1 1 Fx i i I Top: Track Team. lBottom Rowi Karen Tomblin, Joyce Renig, Nancy Lit- tle, Pam Eaton, Barbie Sinclare, Jenny Clemons, Dana Symonds, and Cathy Chisam. lMiddle Rowl Rosemarie Garcia, Lorolyn Anderson, Elaine Symonds, Tania Horton, Laurie Johnson, Leslie Tinker, Robin Reeder, Debbie Valentine, Julie Reeder, and Jan Richter. lTop Rowl Pam Farrell, Patty Bronte, Judy Willis, Kim Reed, Laura Pierce, Denise Wray, Cecile James, Nancy McNall, and Becky Parker. lNot Picturedi Linne Hiday, Tracy Johnson, Cindy Smith, Karen Buchanan, and Laura Gar- side. Above: Nancy McNall, leading hurdler, practiced daily on improv- ing her form and time. Right: Barbie Sinclare was caught in mid-air ofa iump exceeding sixteen feet four inches. 134 - GIRLS' SPORTS Tennis Volleyball Swimming Wafer Polo Track Basketball Softball Golf Expression is an outward manifestation of a feeling, condition or quality. 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Ms, Q v of-sg, . photo by Robin Combs Iso - EXPRESSION by Will Spurgeon Q by Debbie Walter wind-up doll he says to her madam i like your hat and she replies oh thankee sir! he says to her madam i like your frills and such and she replies oh thankee sir! but he says madam your nose is loo long and your pain? is all wrong, your hair is a mess and so is your dress and she replies oh thankee sir! she is his wind-up doll the one he married so long ago and he's thought of turning her in for anofher. by Nancy Shipman EXPRESSION - I 37 if ef' , ' ' ,-yygkg Give of yoursem photo by Ben Seral Moments of silence with no use for words . A ,I h ,t , t t, , f d Seek of yourself, sm' e W en ' fs no an mpc e Wonders of belief, touching life and soul . . . or premeditated A gift of your inner being which only a few have desired or touched. Give of yourself, And find a shaft of dawn light in the center of the torch that is you. Sing of yourself, Tell your surroundings of your beauty Confess that you have been glorious . . . or ungodlike Announce that you are as wise or as unknowing as the day. Sing of yourself, And find a burst of sun emanating from the torch that is you. l 38 - EXPRESSION ' ' r .. "'.ff3Q',: Tears for a dead companion . or a day of frown Realization that you belong to Go and God is yours Seek of yourself And find a smoky embe destined someday to flam in the torch that is you Give of yourself, And want no mor or no less of the fac that is your Rejoice it is your eye which see the sky . . or even the Be at if only because life is Be of And many will see by glow of the torch that is by Paula or Alan wish i was a sunbeam o warm you in the cold wish i was a steamroller o level out your road wish I was a rainbow o color a cloudy day wish i was a magic carpet nd then we'd fly away dream of moving mountains touch a star ut i would be only more content i could make you smile drawing by Renee Bowe give me your burdens give me your trust give me your questions give me your lust give me your answers give me your fears give me your laughter give me your tears. I'll lighten your burdens not abuse your trust try to answer your questions satisfy your lust question your answers comfort your fears share your laughter kiss your tears by .Iulie Cooper You are leaving me now For bigger and better places, Our friendship will soon be A thing of the past. Before you go out Into the world my friend, I would like to return some special things You have given me, by knowing me. By just knowing you I have become A stronger and braver person. Now I give you this strength and courage So you can conquer the world. I return you hope, knowing that you'll strive For the better things in life. And I return your everlasting faith To help obtain your goals. Patience and understanding are virtues, You have given to me through your action I give these back to you Knowing that you will never forget them. You have given me kindness And I have become a kinder person I return this to you Hoping that you will never lose it. And now my friend l want to thank you For you have shown me What a true friend really is. You, have been my true friend by loving me. Good-bye and good luck, And if by chance our paths should ever cross I will recognize you by your strength and cou rage Hope and faith, kindness, patience and understanding But most of all, I shall recognize you By your special quality Your love For your fellow man. EXPRESSION - I39 CANDIDATE FOR SALE Woke up this morning Paul Newman at my door He said, "excuse me Madam But who are you voting for?" The T.V. cameras were in his face A flash went off in mine I said, excuse me mister But l don't have the money to buy One of these days l'll open Up the Daily Mail There'll be a letter stating plain And clear Candidate for sale They'll enclose a foldout picture With promises intact And if I'm not satisfied I get my money back by Julie Cooper 140 -- EXPRESSION Listen to what I am saying because I'm not acting today, and I want you to understand me. I know that I seem cold but its only a surface appearance, I'm afraid because I want to be accepted. I am mean sometimes because I'm hurting inside, my outward expressions are deceiving And to those of you who I love l know that often I am silent, but when my lips are silent my heart is speaking the loudest. by Stefanie Coleman, 9555. ii: sic. QWPW I X -1917 of .!Fgv,3"' - I 1g il ' ,C .I - X ,. it A . .eff 5 qt J P-'-' s.. Lf, X Y -R Kiel. ui' - ang! is 1 'L P' ' -f x , I .. ,sglbhzgft ,K VE NIIG' it g -1.41. 'fs X, ,A N 'N photo by William I ' ., c at il Oli 1 ,,.- 4 iii- -ny I . Il ,X can-1 l . c .""'Y"F-"Qs i-ff--n-f-mg. am""-fl. XJ-----Q 9 1-W---so Quunuungtaunr.-....Q.. inning unsung il iswunnnngc l"-will-0 lsW""w'O hav-e-wg..-. 1 4--v O i as , c- " 1 us I f - I 4 un --- N M... . 'wwf-0 0 if Q, -...-.-f if llnliuluunum nu. t sssst 1 so --M-F Q. 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Frances Rawie is like the Fourth of July, photo by Scott Lisbin EXPRESSION - I Al hold on he sits on the corner uncertain and still debating whether he should conform or give in to his feelings, rebelling against them and on his own go searching. confused and belligerent not knowing where to go, letting no one in and nothing out, that's no way to go searching. to reach him hopefully to teach him that there is another way and though he says he's strong i will extend my hand to him maybe stay awhile at his lonely corner because he is searching. and although others may look down and say he's wrong because he questions what he sees i will believe, i will have faith that what i see in him will someday fulfill their expectations I and mine. drawing by Anne Wayment . - k,5,3 'N-.A , J ,aim-"3"'ff3fl?'ffZ4J124rg.ghW , f W x VX .1 v- if , M31 K Q h A S , "i 4' f-:ff N 5 ffcftb "" , -2' f '12 K f 5 .. f-cf we S Q Y. 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Above Far Left: The 1972-73 Board of Education members were Gary Mills, Dr. George Frempter, James A. Harvey, Donald Fickas, Dr. Lewis May. Below Far Left: Dr. Edward Ryan was Superintendent in charge of Arcadia Unified School District. Left: Mr. Elbert Souders was the Associate Superindendent of Schools. ADMINISTRATION - I 47 Administration Adopted Registration Program vi 148 - ADMINISTRATION Once again, the time draws near when we must say goodbye to seniors and sincerely wish you the best of success as you leave High School. We have been through an exciting three years together, they have been good years. Most important, we have found ways making education more meaningful during this period of time. Your cla has been a unique one in that you have always been interested in helpir us to solve problems in a creative way. I am certain that the continue growth of our school reflects your efforts in the many changes that hai come about during your stay. As I look back, I am able to measure yol steps in the development of our new English and Social Studies prograr the success we have had with quarter courses, the new elective registri tion procedure, the addition of numerous elective courses, growth in tl career education program, the addition of distributive education in tt business department, the development of TV in our instructional prograr and the many other positive changes that have helped to make oi school more truly a learning center. I have seen you as a concerne interested group, acutely aware of human relationships and the wor around you. To me this is the best indicator of things to come for I kno that the future will be in good hands. Good luck and best wishes to fine group of friends. Dr. Cordano Principal of Arcadia High, worked hard to establish a better relationship between Adminis- tration and students. Above Far Left: Dr. Cordano admired the l.C.C. Club Board. Far Left: Dr. Cor- dano spoke with Sophomores at orientation. Above Left: Dr. Cordano talked with Mr. Owen Keavney, Supervisor of Child Welfare. Above Left: Mr. Wade Askew, Vice Principal in charge of curriculum was pleased with the success of the registration program. Left: Mr. Dan Anderson Vice Principal of Student Activities was helpful in getting Executive Council and the Student Body coordinated in Activities. Above: Mr. Leeds Lacy Vice Principal in charge of discipline checked a student record. Above: Mr. Owen Keavney was successful in his first year as Supervisor of Child Welfare. ADMINISTRATION 149 terms 150 - ADMINISTRATION Above: Counselors were: Mrs. Lois Iredale, Miss Patricia Griffin, Mrs. Mavis Dumbacher, Mrs. Jean Mcllyar, Mr. Max Cramer, and Mr. John Thompson. Not Pictured: Mrs. Margaret Gale. Upper Right: John Thompson, coordinator of guidance helped students with their schedules and plans for college. Far Right: Mrs. Marlyn Nickloff, secretary of counseling scheduled all student appointments with counselors. Lower Left: Mrs. Jean Mcllyar, in charge of careers, helped students find their vocation in life. Counselors Planned New Program Techniques The counselors were very successful in their attempts to better Arcadia High School's educational program. Along with the new registration program and the Career Guidance Center, the counselors, under the guidance of Mr. John Thompson, coordina- tor of guidance, planned a new techniques program. This program enabled students to see what classes they would need for college requirements at the time they registered. N C X Aomnnsnmuou - 151 M- x T, x Secretaries and Clerks Aided Students Above: Secretary, Nina Draughon signed students up for driver education, driver training and summer school. Above Right: The secretary for Dr. Richard Cordano was'Mrs. Jeanette Tisdale. Mrs. Pat Kay was the receptionist in the PrincipaI's office. Above Middle: Mr. Dunn patrolled the parking lot to insure the safety of students' cars. Above Far Right: The Librarians were: Mrs. Hilda Plyler, Mrs. Ruth lay- man, Mrs. Adams, and Mrs. Kelly. Right: Secretaries in attendance were Mrs. Helen Roe and Mrs. Jean Landis. Mrs. Betty Maher was secretary of discipline and sports under Leeds Lacy. Mrs. Adelane Johnson worked as secretary in the activities office. Far Right: Clerks were Mrs. Louise Balaban, Mrs. Jean Joiner, and Mrs. Eileen Smith. The nurse was Mrs. Adele Merz. 152 - ADMINISTRATION Arcadia High School proved to have a capable and hardworking staff of secre- taries in the persons of Mrs. Nina Drau- ghon, Mrs. Helen Roe, Mrs. Jean Landis, Mrs. Betty Maher, Mrs. Pat Kay, and Mrs. Jeannette Tisdale. They assisted the administrators with various iobs, and were always willing to help an Arcadia High School student. The clerks of Arcadia High School were Mrs. Jean Joiner, Mrs. Louise Balaban, Mrs. Eileen Smith, Mrs. Lily Sloan, and Mrs. Iras Skinner. They aided the students by running the Student Store, textbook room, records office, and audio visual. The Librarians helped students in looking up material and books for various reports. Mr. Dunn was the night guard for the High School. ADMINISTRATION - 153 N: 5 FX K X X 5 Q x FQ sg . 5 Q X., Science Interested College Bound Students Top Left to Right: ln his Biology class Mr. Wilks shared o laugh with his students. Mr. Schwab escaped from his snakes long enough to use the overhead proiector to explain Biol- ogy. Aside from being the sponsor of Senior Men, the well-liked Mr. Aberle gave interest- ing lectures to his science classes. Middle Left to Right: Mr. Trillo listened patiently to a stu- dent translate a Spanish dialogue. Mrs. Flaks took time out from one of her German classes to smile sweetly. Mr. Allee taught Advanced Biology, in his spare time he was sponsor for the Pep Squad. Mr. Fountain used the micro- phone in his Physics class. Left: Mr. Stapleton, known to many as Captain Molecule, pointed out an interesting chemistry phenomenon. K ADMINISTRATION Math Program Offered Three Semester Geometr iss Top Left to Right: Mr. Rowe, Chairman of the Math Department went over a lesson for his Algebra class. Mr. Kinikin, sponsor of the Snow Ski Club took roll during one of his classes. Besides coaching the Soccer team, Mr. Manachuk taught Geometry and Algebra. Middle Left to Right: Mrs. Kavelear talked with one of her Geometry students. Mr. Johnson, always eager to teach Math, talked with one of his classes. Mrs. Hunsicker explained an important theorem to one of her Geometry classes. Mr. Welty demonstrated to a student how to operate the new mini-computer. Right: Mr. Mauer checked over his grade book during his conference period. Far Left to Right: Miss Rice, showing her love for swimming instructed her swim team to swim faster. Coach of the Arcadia Football team was Mr. Salter. Mr. Smith, coach of the track team, took roll during one of his classes. Out in the field house, Mr. Robinson tested his students in physical fitness. Miss Soldwedal talked with her studentsduring one of her classes. The well liked John Kirshgessler was in charge of all the equipment for the P.E. Department. Mr. Ack- erman watched his students run the track. Mrs. Latham, and Miss Schultz tried to operate the tape recorder. Mrs. Vosnick demonstrated to her class a new dance step. Mrs. Stone showed her "student" the right way to hold a basketball. New P.E. teacher Mr. Dohling watched his students assemble to play baseball. Mr. Duheart relaxed from his busy schedule. 156 - ADMINISTRATION XM :X Wim L53 X ka X i w JN ww Nivifxu s R MXN :SM X 5 X gig? K ' 1 1 W. e tiff? 1, pai 3- YW Hr 1 ' LA-1W1 ww' x QM e 5 ,Wi Lx if 3 X S +5 asf 5 R . ii. 4 i ' x i lf" Q its:-Htl - 'K'-.WA Far Left to Right: The congenial Mr. Gex sternly looked over his Shakespeare 4 class. Mr. Conover was always willing to listen to a student's opinion. Mrs. Thinger listened intently to a question from a student. Mr. Starr relaxed as he watched a Drama 3X4 rehearsal. Middle Left to Right: Mrs. Tedesco read ca book to gather information for her Reading ll class. Mrs. Driver, head of Faculty Congress, read a Comp. 3 essay. Mr. Nahra reviewed with Jane Vallone an important question in his Modern Novel class. Bottom: Discussing his favorite novel Catcher in the Rye during his American Novel Class was Mr. O'Brien. Mr. Copeland, co-sponsor of I.C.C. discussed a book in his Parody and Satire class. Miss Cash told her students about novels and short stories she has written. Miss Wheeler, advisor for Kiowas greated her MGM Communication Class with a cheery smile. Above Left to Right: A favorite of many students, Mr. Barney gave one of his fascinating lectures dur- ing Literature Backgrounds. Mr. Silverstein awaited the arrival of his Short Story students. An advisor for the Creative Writ- ing Book, Mrs. Brittian read a student's poem to an English class. Middle: The voice of Arcadia High's football games, Mr. Savage, taught American Novel and Reading Ill. Mrs, Brown happily corrected papers for her Mass Media class. Mr. Harris explained the fundamentals of public speaking to his Speech l class. Mr. Payne watched his Drama II class rehearse for an upcoming play. Across: Mrs. Hall, chairman of the English Department, looked for a book in the English room. Amusing his English class with his great sense of humor was Mr. Buell. ADMINISTRATION - 159 l60 During his life, Mr. Edward Whittemore was considered to be a real gentleman, and a very likeable person with a good sense of humor. He was the type of man who would be disappointed in people who did not do their best. He was always willing to help people, and found good in everyone he met. Mr. Whittemore had courage and never complained about his physical limita- tions to others. He was fascinated with life and shared his views with friends. His hobby was gar- dening, especially taking care of his beautiful roses. Although Mr. Whittemore is no longer with us, his thoughtfulness and happy smile will be remembered by all who knew him. - ADMINISTRATION Psychology Rated High With Seniors we 1 For Left to Right: Having an Indian background enabled Mr. Coleman to speak with a personal insight to his American Indian class. Mr. Goddard showed an interesting film. In addition to teaching at Arcadia, Mr. Shor- tell also taught adult class at P.C.C. Mr. Morris, co-sponsor of Ecology Club taught government class. Interact sponsor, Mr. Appel stimulated a discussion in his Marriage and the Family class. Mr. Willman was an ' instructor of Drivers Education and Development of Civilization. Mr. W Peterson taught General Math and was the coach of the Water Polo team. Mr. Peritore, with his usual enthusiastic attitude, talked with two of his students. Top: Mr. Wick gave an interesting lecture in Develop- ment of Civilization class. As well as being an outstanding Cross Coun- try coach, Mr. Chisam taught Special Education. First year teacher, Mr. Meiers, taught Rights and Responsibilities. In addition to teaching, first year teacher Mr. Burke led the wrestling team to a great season. Mr. , Auburn patiently awaited the arrival of his fourth period leadership i class. Mr. Exton and Mrs. Rasmussen combined their efforts in a team l teaching situation in Marriage and the Family. l ADMINISTRATION - I 61 mg J er A 3 'Y ,,.i.N,, ' .A K . K Q, L. L91-Q.m.g.,4 ' 5 -11,512 ' vw, I HW V .W My saw EY QE X , 'H X 9 5 L QL QV X 5 L g ,X is :Ik 'ig'-if x ,.. QF - 1 X QQ: JA S X 5 X X1 lzssf K A ., ,Vg-Q 3 vi -N' - Rf 'S f 6 M0 gl. M 5355 3 5 E r Far Top Left to Right: First year teacher, Mr. Mush- eno, instructed his business typing students. Mr. Sundstrom, head of the Business Education Depart- ment, instructed students during his Typing II class. Mrs. Ulmer, during her shorthand class questioned a student's absence slip. Mr. Petraccoro helped his electronics students with their proiects. Middle: Mak- ing a ditto for one of her classes was Mrs. Gaydos. Mr. White instructed a student in measuring a box for wood carving class. Mr. Lucero, in charge of T.V. production, talked with Mr. Mauer. Bottom: Mr. Calderhead, head of the Art Department was also the advisor of the 1973 Arcadian. Mr. Butler, art and photography teacher gave advice to a student on picture quality. Mr. Anders helped a student in his jewelry making class. Top Above: Mr. Morgan was in charge of the auto shop. Conducting the Arcadia High Orchestra was Mr. Reinicke. Responsi- ble for producing the beautiful tones of Chanteurs was Mr. Neumeister. Above Middle: Mr. Ward dem- onstrated to his class how to operate a drill press. Mr. .lokkel waited patiently for students to arrive to his first period class. Far Left: A new addition to Arcadia High was business education teacher, Mr. Sartwell. Left: Again leading the Apache Band to another successful year was Mr. Hoar. ADMINISTRATION - 163 Kennefh Aberle B S4 MA Uniyersoly of Soufh Dakofa Universrkyof Norfhern Colorado Cel Stale Fullerton CalPoly l g Pep Commission Q l l Earl And6rs l l l AA., BA., MA. i University of Cnlifg f - Chris Appelj l ' B.Sg. NLS. l l n+mQ:+1 5 l Fredixubumf lB.A., M.A. 1 U4S.CQ ' Q Leadership Kant Barney . l lb , N - RSSEESQSKSSWNQU 3Sx9Sis.2Stli3N?im:!SiS E SEQRES EEN 2 RESIN ,i Qiiikelilili LEW Ei! 5 Q V du3" Q V wg? ,hi 5 Q 2 Sw. if ,Esfi Y M3 w ' ' 5 R W if 'gif 3 gsm A j S Ny sg 'Q f K9 z x Q Q WX v 1 , i .if f Q 5 gi ' "h" X i 3' . ,Q zr. Q f S S? up 5 Kg S E 5 S' N U K A ,.,1. ig xg S v Wixs , X .. Vi? 5 f .ss-2 1 K-Q 'si ' .. i AE : K 5 3 L X K '-.2 A as in is Q Q .I ,K g K I - W I g' gi Q. f .fl' ff , ,E , A I ,iii . K . A xx K g f -A -uq W ' .1 n 5' N 5 f Q fi V fi 3. Y Q MA 0 li 5 2 Sm . n",:. , L N ff , '- .W kfik S' f m xx h, 9 Q' 1. t ' 0 fi' Q S. gsm .Id Following write-in ballot nominations in early spring, this year's Senior Most were determined in a close run-off election. Seniors voted from a field of outstanding candidates who had received a substan- tial number of write-in votes. Selected for their vivacious personality were Joel Werk and Vicki Zorkocy with the runners- up being Tim Muirhead and Rosanna Canney. Sharon Stothers and Steve Wise led in the looks department while Lisa Martindale and Alex Darquea followed closely behind. Sharing a tie for most likely to succeed were John Schilling, Brett Anderson and Jane Hosterman along with runners-up Bob Matthews and Julie Marine. It was thought that Karen Jess and Bob Mat- thews had done the most service followed by fellow Executive Council members Denice Wood and Steve Perkovich. Pam Massengill and Richard Beatty were rec- ognized tor their intellectual achievements while Dana Symonds, John Heath and John Hoffman shared the number two spot. Last and liveliest of all were cheer- leaders Paul Waalkes and Daisy Chiang who preceded Denise Daniel and Tim Muirhead in Spirit. Senior Most Determined by Close Vote r -ani? e-MQ X 168 - SENIORS 5A5.faQfif.1f3-s :gy x Above Far Left: Karen Jess and Bob Mat- thews clowned around with the Green Wee- nie. Above Left: John Schilling, Jane Hoster- man, and Brett Anderson reviewed the min- utes of a previous board meeting. Above: Pausing in the gardens of Cal Tech were Pam Massengill and Richard Beatty. Far Left: At the last football game before his move, Paul Waalkes and Daisy Chiang shared a moment of silliness. Middle Left: During a day at the Arboretum Joel Werk and Vicki Zorkocy caught and fed a duck. Left: Following a heavy rain, Steve Wise and Sharon Stothers' reflections were caught in o large puddle. SENIORS - 169 One of the maior iobs of the Senior Class Officers was to organize the Senior Assembly presented at the end of the school year. Another duty of the officers was to raise funds. Fund raisers were a bike raffle, car rally, and candy sale. These funds were used in purchasing the traditional senior gift left to the school. The offices held by each person were as follows: President, Steve Hol- man, Vice President, Carol Kaplan, Historian, Paula Massen- gillp Treasurer, Dana Symonds, Corresponding Secretary, Pam Massengill, Recording Secretary, Judy Slingluffg Senior Senator, Steve Perkovich, and Youth Com- missioner, Carla Body. Senior Class Was Driven by Eight Officer Horsepower IW s Ni-: sa g -sun-W .--1 w In l70 - SENIORS DIANNE AGEE KAREN ALBRIGHT CAROL ALEXANDER DAVID ALLEN DEBORAH ALLEN ROBIN ALLEN WENDY ALLEN APRIL ANDERS BRETI' ANDERSON COLLEEN ANDERSON DEBRA ANDERSON JOHN ANDERSON KURT ANDERSON PAUL ANDERSON THOMAS ANDERSON TORI ANDERSON LARRY ANTISTA SENIORS -I 71 ELIZABETH APODACA JOHN ARCH DANA ARCHER KAAREN ARN DIANE ARNOTT CANDY ARTHUR SUSAN AUSTIN SUSAN BACH JOHN BACKUS PASCALE BAERT PAMELA BAILEY BLAKE BAIN LAWRENCE BAKER RONALD BAKER SUSAN BAKER JOSEPH BALDO RICHMOND BARGE BONNIE BARRON CONSTANCE BARTHELEMY BARBARA BARTOLME MARY BARTON 172 - SENIORS -smug, K frm " K LL E L LL L f- QQ .L g L K ' , L L5 -.hk E ff LL H L, ,L L L -' A f 5 5 3 SL, ' LL L .QQ. L- . ' L 'P" 2 L L ff ' ' L . gf - ' A A ' ' KAL ZLTSNL L X '54 L KA krxk L HLLIkL:L L L, Q L Lf -- , - 9 S - f L L A -W , I LL N 1 v Q. QLQAQLQQ S' Mi ' fi' - ' A x 5 K A 'T ' L +L f - 1 . I L LL ' - L A L X ,ww L Lk ,L 'K EL Q. 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CLARK KATHY CLEMENTS JENNIFER CLEMONS I THOMAS I CLEVELAND I JOHN coATs I CYNTHIA COBERG CHRISTOPHER COCKRELL GABRIELLE COHEN DIANE COHEN LAVONNE COLLETTE CATHLEEN COMBS ROBIN COMBS ROBIN CONAN KATHLEEN CONE CATHERINE CONOVER SENIORS - 177 I NEIL CONRAD SONIA CONTRERAS JULIE CONWAY PATRICIA COOK GARY COOPER JULIA COOPER RICK COOPER CAROLYN COPPING MICHELLE CORY BRYCE CORLEY LINDA CORRIGAN LYDIA CORTEZ RITA COSSIO DENISE COUPE KAREN CREEL 178 - SENIORS Ravesies Haywood relaxed and read under the shadows of the trees on the library lawn during lunch 5 .6 ,, ,gk W 9 N k," Lf K RVN N K . H. V . xx ..k' i 1 .H - , L i ffils' 1 , Abf Y I X 'A 2 V N fz 3 + ., X ? ' ' fa ' L.: is Q1.. 1 , X ' A A A QQ A N Q, E ' 1 ' v ,. ,..' ' ff' R fi' K QZ Q Q Q V ' A? x . f in xLLL , , ' Wg I Q S 'gf' 4. x x x av pf x 1 1 s . .M Q 4' Q ., XJ? X -. S, ..-. 5 , 1, , ti A 3 . Lk x l V Y 1'X 1 1, ,1 vi . 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N' .z K X ' 5 Werk strolled into girls P.E. and Gala Bergener begged him to RONALD FINK THOMAS FIORILLE MARILYN FISHER CAROL FISTLER KIMBERLY FIX KEVIN FLAHERTY CYNTHIA FLETCHER MAUREEN FLYNN SANDRA FORBES DIANE FORDHAM TIMOTHY FORNESS SUSAN FOSS ELLEN FOSTER SENIORS -- l8l RANDALL FOWLER RONALD FOWLER TARI FRAHM SCOT FREEMAN STEVE FRIAR DAVID FRITCH JEFFERY FRY FUKUI ELKO MICHAEL GARCIA DANIEL GARRET SALLY GARSIDE PETER GASCOYNE BARBARA GAULT MARTIN GAYNOR GINA GAYTAN TIMOTHY GEARE KATHRYN GEHRING 182 - SENIORS 'iv' Glen Polley watched EIizabeth Campbell and Nancy Montpas work on iheir mucrcme ws s 1 s X , Y.. A if N 51 if if 'N . X Q 1 X X L Q Q 5 N Xb la i f' Q X f 2 ad X 5 if sf QS P M .Ir ,R .K in-...Q K X. QQ ., M GEMM 5 .w w A 'Vi L S ik, I 4 N , Tx - K Q .K L in 5 S . X E -.,, ..,-- A KN' L 'S .Q stiramgx M. mf i I' X SQ? jx ' 'X A L ' ' h XJ' 5 v K , Efrslzn. .2-fri' , 51517. R in m a y N 4 .. is ,. . . . gg! wr ffff . wif? .ig "' V 5? " Vjyy In E? ig K xx X : -.:. x ww - .A if A X S x ' . . M. xisfx --'h 1 , Y W V L f. '..: . . ww , - N ,.,' fb.. V ,, if " , New X ww L is K XS E , hy- , Q XX X fl , 'eff' , -1-f - it i 5 Lil 'W ,fi fi!" I " 'V .N , I! . N R Like many other students, Ray Roberts used his imagination and dexterity in his woodshop class 3 KAIA HEDLUND STEVEN HEINS TERRY HENDERSON WILLIAM HENDERSON CRAIG HENDERSON ANN HERRINGTON WENDY HERRON TIFFANY HERSHMAN NORA HICKS MICHAEL HIGH JEFFREY HILD STEVEN HILL KAREN HILLERY EDWARD HIMELHOCH MARJORIE HISEY MICHAEL HOAR JOHN HOFFMAN SENIORS - I85 a LE Vg: , A M f "' ' K ., X rffbk 4 5 X Q Y -1:::" E f .5 K "ff K , h:. + X R , -Q. :,: : 1 X 1 ' ...qz , .1 . ,. - " A Ilgj s ' .. T K - . N . B'-SYIQQESQ S . . r t fp if . i 1 - A 2 x,,. -, Q i , wg K Q X? .-- Wx 1, ,JN Y 3? X if dv ' X x Q S A Sw Ni x ,, 5 g. 11 'RN ..g,. '- 4 f-',, eygq qi, .YQSQMN fxsaw at 535 ' M h. b i f S , ,K iz. ii. v fi' Y it 5 3 . f' ' X 1 -. , X. 3 , if --T , L' :'v .. N ? - :., , a E xx :sy ,I 1 Eg S? A ri x AAS? ab. 2 E, g S if .vii . QX G wmv - i X X 25 . -' 9 w-mfg. :gf . Q 11. JAMES IRVIN JANICE JACKSON JUDY JACKSON REGINA JACKSON RICHARD JACKSON STEVEN JAHNKE KEITH JENKINS DEBRA JENKS STEPHEN JENSEN LORI JEPSEN KAREN JESS DAVID JOHNSON KAREN JOHNSON MAUREEN JOHNSON PAMELA JOHNSON RANDALL JOHNSON SHEILA JOHNSON RONALD JOHNSTON STEFFANI JOHNSTON CRAIG JONES WILLIAM JONES ELIZABETH KALIEL CAROL KAPLAN ANNE KARR MARY KAVINSKY SENIORS - 187 'W' - x 3 X3 3? . .. 3 K K f ' 5' f .. A A 6115. I Qtt 9 . LL - ..lL LL , ' , Q,l,, -'N- 1 E ,J- S X ix 'N A N X K .ES X3 M X X N 5 L - H 'K if -1--' E S' .3 A if ,"'fe , , 2 E .,,,. 5 I E gli 1 if , if ' ..., -"' '5IAf 5: 3,63 ki' K . 'h by W ..'f T V W U A -f q Q ' ' I "" 1 ' ' " ., , ,, b i f ' y Q :,'k ' Q K , 1 - v f R ,-.., H Z.. -S X A M . , LKL: Qs: ' H V M .,,' . j K L AA1E 3 1 . ' F f 'A , ,vf EA vu' aff" XNJ Ar 'uw was 2iA 2-, NEIL LONG SUE LOPER I BRUCE LASKEN LAURIE LATIMER MARSHALL LEE WAYNE LEE JEANNETTE LEEPER JEANNE LEGG LAURA LESPERANCE SUSAN LEIPMAN SHARI LINDSEY DEBORAH LINETT MICHAEL LINGO SCOTT LISBIN DENNIS LOCKARD CATHY LOCKE PATRICK LOCKRIDGE SENIORS - I89 Paul Waalkes and Greg Yerkes worked iogether on science. ROGER LORD CHARLES LORENTE SANDRA LOUD SHARON LOUDON FREDERICK LUCAS NANCY LUCKIE WILLIAM LUMAN RICHARD LUNGHARD LAUREN LYCHOU LEAH LYNCH ROBERT MAISIN ELIZABETH MAIZE LEONARD MAKERT JAMES MALLORY JO MAMER WALTER MANN I90 -- SENIORS 5 :11 4 i XM ' 1 X112 . Q L vk ig X X NMR EWS 9 2 .TX A N , 's"' sgM f' - 'Q 1- if Q ..,, bg ,,.. 4 Q' X : H K X .A 'N 1. -1 0 A K K Q - L"A N ' 'T' 5 '53 S -Q'- 5 b ..k., Q Q ' WT, PI 1 :Pita " x , x -'11 , . I 5 - 'S ... Vis' ,, v . K ,zk, 'M ,,, A , 0 -:--mi' , .r . ' in 'fi g -' - ' .sf --- 55:3-' A S ix ,S Vx - -- K , W ,... - C X " N 1 Ss ig f ' l .. , K " - A X , 2 B ' A . WLAII 4 f 11 .. . 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D33 Q R x Q - ,K 5: . , S5 my , m f- ivhi , .. -' - q""9+ N K R H A . . if X f 'G ' 5 if t-.r J , J X xw X gg I 'fi 'Pm 1 ipif' I+ Q-. ti 2. ff Mfsnf S .X N . -we A 11' - 5 MARTHA PINK DAVID PINTARD RONALD PIROLO JOANNE PISCITELLI JOHN PISCITELLI JAMES PITCL JAMES PITHEY ,RAY PLUMHOFF ELIZABETH PLYLER DAVID POLAREK GLEN POLLEY WILLIAM PONGO JANDA POOLE JOANN PORTER PAUL POSSEMATO KAREN POUNDS THOMAS POWELL STEVEN PROPHET SUSAN PRUETT During her english class, Jane VcIIone smiled slyly across the aisle af Ted Cummings. I 96 - SENIORS L-. ,, Y ,Y , ' ...., " W :'4-2, i k "f k .ff - A PM- f - ' 7 ? 'N w agfl an ,v-N' as fx. .J 1 Q K i X 'N . ., S- , . X A ., .T-ug X Y NK xg, X N 3 Q fi , , H. S' -Q Q X Q X Q X if N Q '," - -.-.J X Us , , 2 . W . .m W X Q a X K . , gi + X , I X if Q . K X! silk s 1 f w sm , . f " Q Y -' .- X YA. 1- 5 S mx . I On a cloudy day, Seniors Peter Kuiundzich, Joe Tunzi, Ron Boker, and Steve Kendrick relaxed outside the boys' gym during their P.E. class. CURTIS ROGINSON JORGE ROJAS PAUL ROMAINE JULIA ROMANSKI MARCO RON QUILLO DEBORAH ROOT YVONNE ROSAS SUSAN ROSS THOMAS ROSS MARK ROUSER I 198 - sENnoRs DOREEN RIMMER DEBRA ROBERTS LUTHER ROBERTS DOUGLAS ROBINSON KAREN ROCHE MAUREEN ROCHETTO if . ,t . ' k - Q! , 11" ,,.' X .- if Q YH A A xg gf .. -- . s N g ' 12 R wg qwf 'xii t 5.36, xl? S51 7 25, ' .5 ik , ' - "f K n S f" - K? 5 ' 'A . ' . L .3 i win' in .. T 'Z - .N .,,. N Q -' . ., ' N ,A X ,,,, if W nf s- Q 2 f ' , fx K if " - A -- , . F ' , i . f A 5 ' i, ' 'Qi' A fif gk Q 1 . ,,,a ,N , ' X f , mf L. wg- - L, , 4 Q gg M - '- .12 ,, .x- .. Q '.,'. 1 -,1lb x an -' ":' x- L. ihA m , , I ,K S X gl xy., Y L ex - L.,, ww -- A as ff 1. ., QF ,.,1 H - x X - . K- ' ' . x - , J K- .". . ' ' A , ,,,,l 1 wax, - J K 1 'SX 1 '-2 ,Q Q 5 X E Q Q :Y Q , ' vygn ' L',, my ,Q Q 4. 5 .5 ig hh W L E ib, , . K KAREN SCHOELZ JOHN sc:-Ion CHERYL SCHOU LARS SCHROEDER. JOHN SCHUMACHER GEORGEANN SCOTT KENNETH SCOTT PETER SCOTT STEVEN SCOTT RICHARD SEARS BRAD SENSENBACH BEN SERAR KEVIN SHAW MICHAEL SHAW ROBIN SHAW NANCY SHIPMAN WADE SHURTLEFF 200 4 SENIORS .Io Mitchener worked on one of many projects offered in the art department curriculum fra. 'Nw fi 55 Nl:"'b""' X "Rb I 1 Yw-.sf .wmna K W K N X if Q ,J Q , t fe 2 WE Xu .. 2. 2 'N ff E . w -. K a. x, v-. 2 Ze . - '1- K Q-H Q, fl Ju , QI Y , ws- ' gives. ,pm sm. ig P W Wmw 2 mx Nik ,L-M H W 'R Q N i x nb: K iz P if KARIN STEVENS CHRIS STEWART RICHARD STEWART TERRY STEWART LINDA STICKLER BETSY KAY STOEHR LAURENCE STONE SHARON STOTHERS WILLIAM STOWELL DANIEL STRILCOV DOUGLAS STUART MERRY STUBBLEFIELD JUDITH SUMMERELL MARGARET . SUNDSTROM JEFFERY SUNSHINE THOMAS SUTTLES DANA SYMONDS GEORGE TANNOUS JEFFERSON TAYLOR SUSAN TEDLOCK TERI TELFORD CHARLES THOMAS KATHY JO THOMPSON BRIAN TIEDGE LINDA TIFFANY 202 - SENIORS JANICE TODD MARY TOKESHI MARY TOOMEY JAMES TREYDTE REANNA TUBBS JOSEPH TUNZI BARBARA TURNBOW BEYHAN TURSUN CAROL TYSON PHYLLIS UBL DEBORAH UHLEY JOHN ULMER GENE URSULA DIANA VALADEZ SANDRA VALENTINE JANE VALLONE LORRETTA VAN BERKEL DEBORAH VAN DUSEN JAMES VAN IWAARDEN SENIORS -- 203 LAURIE VAN ZILE SIETZE VANDERHEIDE VICTORIA VERHAGE NANCY VERHOVEK LEONARD VERNER NED VESSEY SUSAN VICKERY JANET VICKROY DARYL VICTOR TERSA VINSON WILLIAM VISELLI WILLIAM VODEN WILLIAM VOGEL KATHY VOKOUN ROBIN VOLLBRECHT TERRY VREELAND PAUL WAALKES WILLIAM WAGNER MARK WALES EILEEN WALL DEBRA WALTER 204 - SENIORS Q Two of tomorrow's homemakers, Kathy Raidy .5 -E :X -M .,...,. W l f.-Sw QS N rb wx ff.. . MJ - Nkx SE C E ,X Q QS' XTX. Q Q X wx Q .xx f M .ws w-gf ., QNQQSY' k 1 X 1 M . . , f ' X . 3155 J. L L . . . . " Q55 1' Q N . . - -- . . AAV, Lmxt N, . Q K "" 1 ,. u p 1 1 . - ,- - f R - " 2: -, wg- . 5,2 , X Y Kp' , .ga f g 1 .. . 5 lf N- -',,-1 ' A A A VH YF wi 5 , f 2. , ,sr .M 3 'VEH . 5 .. NN, .Eb . .. 'A X ai...--f1".. ' V. .. . ' ..,. .Tx . ,,,.?, M.. E . . L .. LS.. E55 .. , . 3. l.,k RQ' E' "". .af " , f . .. N Q A gy . 3 .Q 'H'-V 1 K Q K -N . Q f. . k K ' x X ' - N N ., Q Q j u - . 3 1 y X - 'AA. ' . LEM' 5' Q. sw f W- . B g i LLLL 5' 1, .. f ' x7,. f 15 2' ' :gif Y. S ..6'k. - . 1 A N.. .., 4 'ww SEORGE ACUNA ITEPHEN ASHLEY IICHARD BAKER IIMBERLEY BARRETT SIANCY BARTOLO OHN BEEBE DAVID BEHRENS AARY BELL IIYNTHIA BILLING DENNIS COYLE ALEX DARQUEA INDA DAVIS LEONARD DAY ANE EHMKE ICARDO ELIZALDE 'IICHAEL ENWRIGHT KINNY Fox IRENDA ERABLE -VRIGHT GARY ,NGEL GONZALES 'YRON HENDRICKS CK HERRMANN CHARD HETRICK CAMERA SHY DAVID HEWES JULIE HILLMAN THOMAS HONTOS JEFFREY JEBBIA ALAN KEARNS SCOTT KENNEDY BRYAN KERL PETER KUJUNDZICH CHRISTINE LEATHERMAN LINDA LESTER RALPH LOPEZ STEVEN MOCKAIG STEVEN MARCHAND WILLIAM MASTER FRITZ MAXWELL THOMAS MCAFEE STEVEN MCMANUS JO MITCHENER ERIC MOONEYHAM GINA MORGAN CHRISTINE MORITZ GARY NELSON ANDREW OTTOLIA DAVID ZIRBEL LINDA ZOLLER VICTORIA ZORKOCY WENDY ZUCKER GREGORY ZUZOW JULIE PA'I'I'ISON I STEVEN PAWLUK JEFFREY PHILLIPS I DEBRA PONSOLLE CHERYL RAINE CHARLES ROGERS STEVEN RUDDER MICHAEL RUDNICK DAVID RUIZ MONTE SALOT SHARON SCOTT ROBERT SHEETS DAVID SIMONICH MICHAEL STARK DAVID SULIO STANLEY SWEATMON STEVEN VAN STONE JAMES WILLIAMS WILLIAM WILSON SUSAN YORK HOWARD ZAGER SENIORS - 207 Shortly after the first semester ended, the names of sixty-three seniors were released as having achieved recognition as Gold Seal Graduates. This was the larg- est number of people who qualified for Gold Seal status at the semester. A good many more seniors were added to the already impres- sive list on the basis of their second semester grades. These students have qualified for CSF a minimum of four semesters with approximately a 'B+' to 'A' average. At graduation they received well-deserved recognition for their academic achievements when they were presented their diplomas bearing the Gold Seal of the California Scholarship Federation. BONNIE BARRON RICHARD BEATTY KIRK BELL DENNIS BICKER JENNY CLEMONS GABRIELLE COHEN TED EARNSHAW MARILYN FISHER CAROL FISTLER SANDY FORBES 208 - SENIORS Gold Seal Grads Hit Record High DAVE ALLEN BRETT ANDERSON DIANE ARNOTT ,.f""' ELLEN FOSTER SALLY GARSIDE PETER GASCOYNE VICKI GETZEN BART HALBERSTADT STEVE HANKS STEVE HARPER JOHN HEATH JOHN HOFFMAN WALTER HORSTMAN JANICE JACKSON KEITH JENKINS KAREN JESS DOROTHY KRINKE MOLLY KUSIK SCOTT LISBIN PAM MASSENGILL PAULA MASSENGILL BOB MATTHEWS SCOTT McKENNEY KATHLEEN MCNAMARA ROSA MEEHAN MARIANNE MILLS KAREN MIYAMOTO DEBBIE NASS SENIORS - 209 MARILYN NICHOLS SHERI OWENS JOANNE PISCITELLI ELIZABETH PLYLER KAREN POUNDS KAREN REED WENDY REEDER JOHN REILLY JOYCE REINIG WENDY RICHARDS CHERYL RUFFELL ROB RUSSELL SANDY SABERSKY ROGER SANDS PEGGY SUNDSTROM DANA SYMONDS MARY TOOMEY JIM TREYDTE SIETZE VANDERHEIDE JIM VAN IWAARDEN BARB 210 - sENloRs l l 1 Award Winning Seniors Gained National Recognition ln the fall of their junior year, many seniors took the PSAT! NMSQT test in preparation for taking the SAT and possibly quali- fying for National Merit Recogni- tion. They received their scores shortly afterward, but the National Merit semi-finalists and Commendation winners were not announced until October of this year. The ten semi-finalists advanced to national competition for scholarships while the eighteen commendation winners received Letters of Commendation for their outstanding scores. Both semi- finalists and commendation win- ners scored within the top fifth percentile of participating students across the United States. Above Left: The National Merit Letter of Commendation winners were lSeatedl Marty Gaynor, Liz Plyler Paula Massengill. lStandingl Ray Plum hoff, Dennis Bicker, Marilyn Fisher Holly Horseman, Karen Creel, Phyllis Ubl, Karen Jess. lln the Treel Kathy McNamara, Dana Symonds, Steve Hanks, and Tom McAffee. lNot Plc turedl Richard Beatty, Emily Boice Bob Matthews and Rosa Meehan. Left National Merit Semi-finalists. lKneel ingl Scott Sayre, John Hoffman Tom Miller. lStandingl Steve Harper Pam Mossengill, John Heath, Mary Toomey Walter Horstman, and Joanne Piscrtelll iNot Picturedl Dorothy Krinke. SENIORS Many Community Organizations Awarded Seniors Above Far Left: Jim Van lwaarden took time from his busy schedule to enioy a beautiful March day. Above Middle: Dana Symonds and Paula Massengill took in the afternoon sun. Far Left: Karen Reed and Steve Per- kovich relaxed under a tree. Left: Bob Matthews made good use of the school's library resources. For Above: Terry Vreeland, Richard Beatty, and Steve Hanks showed various degrees of enthusiasm amid the Old English atmosphere of the Great Scott. 212 - SENIORS ki r if ,aim Q his 'N Each year, community organiza- tions gave awards to deserving senior students. The Southern Cali- fornia Edison Company gave their Award of Merit to Jim Van Iwaar- den. Dana Symonds' accomplish- ments brought her the Santa Anita Turf Club Scholarship, along with Paula Massengill being the runner- up for the Soroptimist award. Coming out ahead in receiving the Civitan Award as Boy and Girl of the Year were Steve Perkovich and Karen Reed for their out- standing citizenship and school service. The Bank of America gave awards to Terry Vreeland for Fine Arts, Richard Beatty for Science and Math, Steve Hanks for Liberal Arts, and Kathy Kidd for Voca- tional Arts. Bob Matthews was recognized as the Outstanding Student by the California Savings and Loan. Other awards received were certificates from the Bank of America. Certificate winners were Dennis Bicker, Walter Horstman, Joanne Piscitelli, Scott Lisbin, Scott McKenny, Anne Wayment, Curt Roginson, Debra Krupp, Linda Stickler, Leticia Howard, and last but not least, Ron Hopkins. 3 ii SENIORS 1 Q Q Q ww JNM 1 ,. A X --X. sms P- V-af may 'Hx Wmaibfwiiwwgzs w,XwR93sa.V ,. .. K A. 9 m vw i X ggi? ' l ' iss: S- --2 M2115 1. g , , ., x 'H 1? .:S5'xEi'ii5m A ' Is., . Ss ,K Q 'v,Q 5, iq, w W Q Q . . 4, ' x L.. My gg,-5 1 I . SX X 4 -X Q .5 . 'I M, -Q .f 4 ,A Q ' 1 4 e ' V hut 4 5 .. Q ww-wg. aww:-Q ,L .W f.w,u,..-M ww a ,mm W W i -N . W Q 1 xg. L3 ki xy K I F if I 7, Q1 f 1 . X Q .K , .- ef W , , . --.. ,f x 0 , 5 Q ww.- X 4 X ,. N., 1 ,.,, -,,Q. ,T A. . 1 .ir J- LM . A 'K ' x.lkA: K ty A, K f: N s-gas? ki K :sf w.. A Q 1 F., -fl ' -e X A-. Q is N - Q Y K x N3 + x wa? fr A gf Q 13? H ww Q y Q x Q Q. K sf fl A f x 5 S aw X '53 5 3 my -...... ...- ,nd Rx 'z N, Juniors Launched Successful Candy Sale The Junior Class was led through the efforts of the Junior Class Officers: , Pam Anderson, youth comrnissioner, Sandy Bydalek, treasurer, Dave Dol- kas, president, Jane Roberts, recording N secretary, 'Bob Wall, vice president, A ,Q X Q l Kathy Hanks, corresponding secretary, , and Margie Spencer, historian. The X class candy sale was successfully launched by the Officers. The money ei" -'ii will he used to support class projects. They also planned and decorated for the Junior-Senior Prom. All in all it was -P 4 a very active year for these representa- l, i l ' tives of the Junior Class. ' P Michael Aasand Joanna Achilles 1, Lori Adams Juan Aguirre Lane Aiiian Joe Akridge Q Mike Alahuzos Dean Albert Steve Alford Randy Allen Tom Allen Sue Altmayer r 216 - UNDERCLASSMEN if wb- Y' X Iixgrf so r x .li , is X Xa i N ll . Qwvx X ,, was-v--v i - at K 9' 7' ro ' l if -as , prism S1511 -'. 'tr 'Nw M. 'S Left: Randy Kellogg displayed his artis- tic ability. Debbie Amato Jim Amromin Carol Anderson Craig Anderson Douglas Anderson Jeff Anderson' Kevin Anderson Laralyn Anderson Pam Anderson Kathryn Andrews Lisa Andrews James Archuleta Jeff Armstrong Annette Arnold Pete Artale James Arthur Heather Arthur Marguerite Ary UNDERCLASSMEN - 217 Right: A biology specimen held the interest of Kathy Roche. Paul Ary Alan Ash Sue Atkinson Bonnie Bachman Marilyn Balaban Doug Balding Helen Baldwin Niki Banns Sharon Banns Ken Barclay Jim Barker Scott Barnard Jeff Barner Diane Barrett Peggy Barrett John Bartlett Sue Bass Brad Bateman Mindy Baxter Steve Beerman Diane Bell Ray Bell Brooks Berdan Dan Berg Lynda Bergquist Sherri Berryman Mary Bersik Marc Bertone .lohn Berumen Brian Beshore Dan Beyer Donna Bianco Bruce Bickenbach lisa Biersch Susan Bineault Richard Birkett 218 - UNDERCLASSMEN L L ll X V , Judy Bochte Mark Bishop Lisa Blackburn David Bland Laurie Blue Lisa Bluemel Tony Blum Randy Blumhagen Diane Bollinger Nanefte Boisclair Sandy Bolger Karen Bolonesi Lori Bond Laurel Bonham Andy Bonura Shelley Borcher Scott Borden Kaihy Bowen Jim Boyd Stacy Boyingion Rick Brandley Cheryl Brannon Bonnie Braverman Debbie Bray Janet Brewer Mary Brock Mike Brock Sheryl Brodie Diane Brolin Cynthia Bronte UNDERCLASSMEN - 219 Polly Bronte Karen Brown Susan Brown Rabin Bruns Tony Brunwin Stan Buckingham, Steve Buesch Pam Buffinglon Jeff Burbank ' Peter Burch Debi Burlof? Sandy Bydalek Rozbanne Callahan A Silvia Caiazza Steve Cammillerin Kim Campbell Ray Campbell Scott Campbell Kathryn Campen Roy Cannizzo Sandy Carl Bill Carpenter Rick Carrisosa Michele Carla Chris Carlson James Carlson Sarah Cassal 220 -- UNDERCLASSMEN "fn-Q.. fr: Debbie Hagelgonz and Gail Price used afier a football game in P.E. George Cassis Michael Caughey Katherine Cecere Guy Chambers Lesa Chapman Kendis Chase Brian Checkal Ronald Childs Jim Church A Greg Cimarusfi Tim Claire Debbie Clark Randy Clarke Nancy Claro Alan Clawson Cathy Claypoole Robert Cleghorn Tom Clemenii Kelli Clevenger Kimberly Clifford Cal Coatsworth Lisa Coke Stephanie Coleman David Collins Mark Condell Terre Condron David Conner Diane Conover Calhy Cook Nina Cooper Susie Cooper Frank Cope Noreen Cordaro Herlinda Cordova David Corley Wayne Cornish UNDERCLASSMEN - 221 Gary Cosbey Vicki Cotten Daniel Cox Susan Coyle Daniel Cozza Maria Criscione Cynthia Cromwell Myra Croson Karen Crothers Shirley Crow Katie Curry Candy Cusack Susie Dale Marilyn Daly John Damico Larry Damon Herb Daniel Julie Dargan Steven Darwin Dave Daughtrey David Davidson S Ron Davidson Cathy Davies 1 Susan Davies Dave Davila Debbie Davis Richard Davis Che"Yl DUWUSY Mike Day Ben DeMarzo 222 - UNDERCLASSMEN 1 Above and Above Right: Carrie Mendez and Lori Bond expressed themselves through art. . S4 Q L8 X' sf 'fx L 5 Us .Ms is in , HL. N K: Marshall Deems 'lim Degner Randy Del Rey Chris Diercks Barbara Dingwell Dave Dixon Fred Dodge Dave Dolkas Dave Donnelly Debi Donnelly h Jim Dootson Barbara Dorsch Karen Doscotch Doug Drenkow Doug DuBois Nish Duggan Mary Lynn Duggan Christine Duncan Kim Dunning Carol Eastman Janet Eastman Patricia Egelston Larry Eiland Christina Elder Fernando Elizalde Laurie Ellion Lynne English UNDERCLASSMEN - 223 Below: Commercial art student, Pam Eaton, designed a layout. ii 2' gsnaem Barbara Ferrante Sarah Ferry Allison Fetter Shirley Field Pam Findley Hal Finney Mike Florille Judith Fitzgerald Jane Fitzpatrick Scott Fluke Mary Foley Patty Forillo Bob Foy Paul Francischini Dave Fraschetti Amy Freiburger Karl Freund Susan Fricke . -. W...i,.u- XX., Eric Erpenbeck Lisa Fainblit Paul Feldmeth Randy Erwin Larry Eustachy Dave Farrall Pamela Farrall Sheryl Ferberdino Doug Ferguson 224 - UNDERCLASSMEN Ron Fritz David Fry Denise Fucci Eiko Fukui Clark Funsten Greg Garbriel Teri Gail Joe Galall Candy Gallo Rosemarie Garcia Heide Garr Todd Garretson Tom Garton Randy Gay Gary Gayle Paulette Gehrke Jenny Gerhardt Gayle Gersh Gretchen Gerwe Lori Giali Tony Giedt Leslie Gilmer Cheryl Godber Jan Going Debbie Goodman Debi Gordon Joe Gore Gina Gottusu Elaine Green Gary Greene Sharon Gregory Vicky Grohs Jeff Guild Byron Gunther Lee Gutenberg Nancy Guthrie UNDERCLASSMEN - 225 Jeff Hackworth Nancy Hage Debi Hagelganz Dwight Hahn Roger Hahn Randy Haire Janna Halferty Judith Hall Jim Hallberg Marsha Hamm Kathy Hanks Wendy Hansen Corinne Hanson Robert Harding Miles Harlan Wendy Harris Dana Harrison Diana Harrison Sue Hatch John Hatchman Heather Hatherill Chuck Hauser Teri Hawkins Diane Hawley Lurena Hay Nancy Hayden Thomas Heath Lori Heiss Margaret Helms Sue Hendry Matt Henken Rosemarie Henningson Brad Herron David Hewes Brian Hickey Sandra Hicks 226 - UNDERCLASSMEN Right: Steve Marcussen, caught durin passing, slowly walked to class. Linne Hiday Kathy Hill Sandra Holdstock Allan Hollingsworth Bob Holman Linda Hollgeerts Laurie Hontos Dolli Honza Jennice Horn Hugh Horslman Martha Hosferman Mary Hosferman Dave Hostetler Jeanne Houston Rich Howe Judy Howell Chris Howland Debbie Hudig UNDERCLASSMEN -- 227 Potti Izbicki Steve Jasco Kothi Jensen Cecie Johnson Laurie Johnson Richard Johnson Ron Johnson Tracy Johnson Katherine Johnston Ron Jolly Bryan Jonasen Arlynn Jones Elizabeth Jones Kathleen Jones Joy Jones Lynn Jones Aleta Jorgensen Ronald Joseph Jill Journigon Nancy Julian Tom Jurich 228 - UNDERCLASSMEN Nun... .44 Wa-me Laurie Kallen Sara Kaplan Carol Karch Mark Karr Karla Karres George Kashishian Jeanehe Kastner Trina Kaihary Sandy Kaihman Mitchell Kawahala Rob Kay Kim Kearney Richard Keavney Coralie Kellogg Randy Kellogg Lynn Kerns Janna Keville Michael Khanchalian Lisa Kiefer Karen Killian Edward King Karen Kettilsen Larry Kitfilsen Debbie Kling 40' -. , ,Y K Patty Thirloway, Julie Reeder, and Laurie busily worked on a biology experiment. left: Steve Darwin recorded his observaiions Doug Kniiig Lynn Knoblauch Tony Knox Laura Kochevar John Koeppel Steve Kreuper a lab repori. UNDERCLASSMEN - 229 Andy Krol Marc Kublicki Susie Kueneman Chris Kueneman Dave Kuttruff Lynn LaFraugh Mike Lajeunesse Mary LaPatka Franceen Laidlaw Chris Lampman Georgiana Lando Jack Lunsford John Lanza Wes Lasken Steve Laszlo Carol Lay Melody Leach Karen Lee Krista Lee John Leeper Joe Legg Debra Leinweber Debbie Leisner Lester Leonard Rich Lewis Richard Lewis Patricia Lind Janet Lisle Nancy Little Helen Litwin Lisa Livermont Kim Lober Tim lockridge Marian Logsdon Dennis Lonergan Tony Lopez 230 - UNDERCLASSMEN game. Betty Lopez Bob Lopez Cherie Loustaunau if il Pamela Lovell Gina Lowry Lynn Luehwesmann 1 L Donald Lund Michael Mahaffey Robert Malcolm L Sv- be-we Below: Carrie Scott, and friends took their positions for the next play during a football i".-'Tis ,Jie Suv' int? l'!E':'fr" l Tim Malczynski Gary Mandella John Mann Karen Manna Steven Marcussen Geneva Markolf Sandy Marlin Larry Marschek Honeybird Marshall Paul Marshall Darlene Martel Jeff Martin Madelyn Martindale Lupe Martinez Jorge Martinez Manual Martinez Charles Maselli Susie Mason UNDERCLASSMEN - 231 John Mathiesen Clay Matthews Kelly Matthews Jeff Matuska Robert May Rhonda Mayfield Wayne McAtee Darlene McCammon Bill McCardle Craig McClure David McCorkelI Diana McCormick Cindy McCue Marilyn McCurdy Linda McElroy Jeff McGarvin Margaret McKendrick April McGee Mike McGuire Debbie McKiernan John McMiIlin Robbi McQuown Peter McWade Jim Mead Tom Meaglia Teresa Medaris Joe Meeker Rob Melleen . 232 - UNDERCLASSMEN .49 Left: Jeanette Mueller, Judy Noodleman, Karen Tomblin, and Karen Sandbom, prac- ticed dance routines offered in girls P.E. David Melnyk Caridad Mendez Marni Mew Craig Miller Eddie Miller Eric Miller Gary Miller Jim Miller Pam Miller Scott Miller Pat Milligan Barbara Mills Diane Mills Frances Mitchell Holly Monroe Sue Montague Blaine Montgomery Marc Montgomery Patty Montpas Tom Montpas Steve Moody Paula Moomiean Don Moore Doreen Moore Laurel Moore Jim Morris Kathleen Morris Ann Morse Jeanette Mueller Pam Mulick Mike Munill Roy Muniz Paul Munoz Mark Murdock UNDERCLASSMEN - 233 'f Q is ily 'sf -of 'Q v I, u , Q c '54 rits: 9 be fi l WQQXQAQQQQAS Mark Myius Sue Nash Paul Neff Above and Below Right: Kim Clifford and other students exhibited their cre Scott Nelson Nancy Nerheim Peggy Neumayer ativity. Mark Neumeister Gerard Newell Frank Nicastro Greg Nichols Susan Nichols Scott Nolan Judy Noodleman Tim Noonan Rich Nuss Karen O'Brien Shannon O'Bryan Maggie O'Donnell Jill O'Keefe Edward Oathout Jim Oedekerk Margie Orme Mary Orsolana Mark Ott .lay Palmer Jerry Papavero Anita Paquin Steven Parodis Dyane Parker Janice Parker 234 - UNDERCLASSMEN Rebecca Parker Karen Parrish Cathy Paterroster Pat Pawluk Tim Payne Craig Penne Don Perea Steve Perry Mary Peters Bill Peters Tom Petersen Doug Petty Mary Pfeiffer Debra Phelps Linda Phillips Michele Phillips Laura Pierce Doug Pinyerd UNDERCLASSMEN - 235 Gary Priddy Scott Prophet Sue Provins Dave Puckett Bill Pyott Barbara Quail Debbie Quintana Julie Rabolini Joe Ramsey Nancy Ransom Kathy Rawnsley Toniann Rawstron Ruth Raymond Randall Reader Danny Redmond Mark Reece Kimbery Reed Julie Reeder Robin Reeder Michelle Reeves Thomas Regan Lynn Reinecke Melissa Reiter Mark Renfrew Susan Rennison Doug Reuhl Scott Reynoso 236 - l UNDERCLASSMEN Dana Richards Jan Richter Steven Richter Jim Rider Craig Riley Nancy Riley Mark Ritter Jane Roberts Kevin Roberts Laura Roberts Cheri Robinson John Robinson Nancy Robinson Dena Robinson Kathy Roche Ken Roders Marcelo Rodriguez Pat Rodriguez Georgia Rogers Don Rockenbach Suzanne Rose Marcia Rosenberg Randolph Ross Cathy Rossi Jon Roth Cynthia Rowe Stacy Rubalcaba Janet Ruby Sandy Rudnick Rita Ruiz Bob Russell Robin Russell Rick Rutherford Kim Rysell Scott Saddoris John Sadler UNDERCLASSMEN - 237 Evie Sahagun Mark Salter Mary Saltzer Susan Sambo Karen Sandbom Waller Sanford .lerry Sayer Rosemary Schabow Laurie Scheel Linda Scheibel Laine Scheliga Karen Schellin Donna Schneider Donna Schneider JoAnn Schneider Lana Schnobrich Dean Schofield Wouter Schuchner Lee Schuhmann Carrie Scoii Cary Scurio Donald Secor Randy See Bill Seiiz George Selleck Scot? Sells Sabrina Sercombe Frank Serieanf Patil Serles Tomra Sevigny Laura Sewell Cory Shapiro Sandy Sharp Dana Shaw Dana Shelley Mike Shevell 238 -- UNDERCLASSMEN Earl Shields William Shinnebarger Rich Shonfeld Jocelyn Shore Tom Shurtleff Jon Simon Jeri Singer Madonna Slavin Calvin Slater Robert Smoll Cindy Smith Dana Smith Diane Smith Chris Smith Jim Smith Sue Smith Bill Smith John Snowhill K sie K 12- 1 we . 1' 1 Stephen Robert Somer Nancy Sorensen Sobolewski Carol Spangler Margie Spencer Jim Spolione Steve Stanton Dwight Stapleton George Stalzer Above: Ruth Raymond added the final touches to her proiect. UNDERCLASSMEN - 239 Garry Stouber Denise Steel Curt Stephens Pete Stert Debbie Stevens Gary Stevens Laurie Stevenson Charlene Stewart Colleen Stewart Lisa Stinstrom Nancy Stoke Ron Stone Bill Stone Karan Stowell Mark Stowitts Steve Stremel Craig Stumpf Debbie Suess Margo Sullivan Bill Sword Elaine Symonds Dan Summers David Sweeney Eric Taborek Randall Swanson Joe Sweeney Sandra Tqkqlq 240 - UNDERCLASSMEN qw aft we gym. Jlm TGPPCWO Gayle Taylor Rosa Teran Mark Taylor Debbie Tedlock Erik Terberg Patty Thirloway Walt Thistlewaite Leslie Thomas Mike Thomas Debbie Thompson Don Thompson Pamela Thorpe Dan Thoss Leslie Tinker Karen Tomblin Catherine Toohey John Toomey Stephanie Torrey Peggy Troncale Dan Trout Pam Truiillo Toni Turchi Bruce Turner Debbie Turner Debbie Tweedy Ross Tyler George Ulmer Sheri Upstone Lisa Uricchio UNDERCLASSMEN - 241 Joe Vaca John Valadez Lorraine Van Berke Shirley VanStralendorff Jim Vanderwiel Debbie Vanderdoes Rodney Vercruse Walter Victor Lisa Vinson Christine Viselli Jim Vogel Bob Vogel Hal Voznick Barry Wachter Linda Wald Bob Wall Jim Wollick Randi Wallstrom Leonard Wolters Marti Walz Richard Watchler Bob Webb Frank Webster Christine Weilser Liz Weissman Steve Weissman Jeff Werk Steve Wetmore Greg Whitcher Bill Whitehead Sandy Whiting Linda Whittier Fred Willis Judy Willis Diane Willson Pamela Wilson 242 - UNDERCLASSMEN Tim Wilson Lisa Winger Ron Wisler Julie Winslow Steve Wood Nancy Wuille Willidml Scoh Lauer M Doidre Lindberg . in V Raymond Lloyd J,amesoLog5don Philip Moilock Jim McComb Suntongelo ders effo h .Pud9QljgQ+E r W Rock Yonk Cindy York Pom Youell Doug Young Rick Zemer Deborah Zuzow UNDERCLASSMEN 24 ow Sophomores Were Aided by New Registration Syster Right: Sophomore Class Officers for I972-1973 were: Steve Quackenbush, president, Susie Cooper, youth commis- sioner, Susie Guild, vice president, Jen- nie Coots, historian, Monica Rodi- guez, recording secretary, Suzanne Schuler, treasurer, Lynn Highman, cor- responding secretary, and Nancy Daves, senator. A new system of fall registration was initiated. Students could choose their classes, along with the teachers and periods they desired. The new system was very efficent and benefited the stu- dents as well. The Sophomore Class Officers organized a ski raffle to raise funds for the many class proiects held through- out the year. Daves, senator. Below left: Cindy Mitc- hell found pleasure in a note from a friend. Joan Abram Dan Agostino Alonso Aguirre Shelby Ahrens Maria Aman Susan Albright Barbara Alexander Dan Alexander Dan Allen David Allen Mark Allen Susan Allen John Altmayer MUTY Amvtv 244 - UN DERCLASSMEN Ron Anderson Jenny Arvizu Steve Ayres Leslie Baker Wendy Anderson George Ary Steve Bach Carol Baldo Trina Andresen Gidget Ascanio Mary Bacic Kathy Baldwin Cindy Anspach Gary Apparcel Penny Arthur Paula Artin Jeff Ashley Caren Ashton Mark Askren Greg Attaway Paul Bahn Susan Bailey Teresa Bailey Kelly Baker Judy Bane Steve Barchan John Barker Lenette Barker Robert Bassler .-Q .--nk Steve Barnes Robin Bill Barrios Steve Barry David Bartz Barrington Bruce Bates Litzer Bautista UNDERCLASSMEN - 245 Pamela Beilicke Patricia Beilicke Monica Belfortti Bryan Bell Wayne Bell Pete Bellows Jim Benak Jeanne Bennison Glenn Berger Jim Berger Mitchell Berger Jon Bernasconi Richard Berumen Karen mance Randy Bibb Dean Biersh Kelvyn Billings Laura Billington Mark Blankenship Doug Blatherwick Paul Blecherr Jeannie Lynn Boatwright Bill 5099655 Blumhagen Judy Bicker Dave Black Mike Bloom Mark Boggs David Bohmke Nancy Boice Jeff Boley Nancy Bonura Helen Boone Susan Borfellg Doreen Bosqcki 1 Ron Boulton Terry Bower Christa Boyes Ken Brannon Keith Braunwalder Allen Breeder' Chris Brenner 246 - UNDERCLASSMEN Jason Brewer Jill Brock Debbie Brooks Jesse Brooks Debra Brown Julie Brown Terrence Bryant Karen Buchanan Scott Brogden Sue Brooks Tom Browning Geoffrey Buckingham Dave Shaw used the lathe in wood shop. Karen Anna-Maria Rick Burbank Kim Burdick David Burgener Phil Burgess Anita Burnett Buckingham Budavari Rob Burow Joanne Bush Kim Byer Holly Byrne John Byrne Jeanne Burns Kathleen Burns UNDERCLASSMEN - 247 George Cadd John Campbell Karen Canady Carey Carlson George Carlson Ron Carroll Marc Cartwright 248 - UNDERCLASSMEN Martin Caldwell Marie Campbell John Carder Christine Carlson Clark Carlton Randy Carson Dave Cavalieri Judy Callebs Virginia Campen Anthony Cardinal Cynthia Carlson Candy Carr Marc Cartwright Marilyn Cerbone Above and Below Right: Terry Zoller and Mary Golf found the library a very helpful place to do homework and research assignments. Giovanna Carl Chambers Peter Chapman Jim Chaput CGFYOHCI Jeri Chastain Dave Chavez Robert Cheney Lesley Chatterton Kathy Chisam Kimberly Christian Sandy Christofferson Cathy Chute Carolyn Clark Lori Clark Tim Clark Linda Clements Bob Clemmer Karen Closson Mike Coberg Mary Coffey Dorian Cohen Laurie Cole Adrienne Coleman Karen Collette Julie Collins Bradford Connolly Don Conrad Paul Contreras Jane Cooney Cindy Cooper Susan Cooper Jenni Coots Gay Cope Chris Copeland Vicky Corey Mike Corselli Kevin Corson Sandy Cortright Nina Coulter Cheryl Coupland Craig Cox Mary Christiana Diane Crass l Carol Crowe Scott Cuckovich Patti Cuffia l-Ori Cuflls Laurie Cutler John Cutter Cheryl Czyz Marla D'Zurko UNDERCLASSMEN -- 249 Justin Dahl John Dailey Mark Damico Nancy Daves Cathy Davis Richard Davison Mike De Arnon Tony Delatorreio Kari DeThomas Tom Deacon Lisa Deaver John Deetman Paul DeLancey Terry Dembitz Tim Denice Philip Depew Dana Deverick Joanne Dill John Dinielli Jackie Disney Jeanne Docherty Karen Doherty Sheila Doleshal Crdig Dondanville Bruce Douglas Deedee Dowden Debra Downum Leanda Dutch Ken Dyar Jim Eames Milan Dragicevich Christine Drenk Lori Duane Tom Earle Pam Eaton Randy Edgar Scott Dubin Brad Ducich Kendra Dunkelberger Diane Edmondson Sandy Eiler Lynn Eisenach 1 250 - U NDERCLASSMEN Above: Carl Chambers enjoyed a good b ' i. the library. Diane Ekegren Susan Eldredge Tom Elliott Carole Engle Scott Erdman Tracy Ertel Brian Erwin Lisa Eventon -Cheryl Faes Alison Fairchild Gwen Fallon Bob Fallon l lg , ,, , Virginia Farlow Louise Fasana Randy Felten Robin Ferguson Craig Finne Mike Finney Maria Fiorille Mariann Firth Gail Fitzgerald Karen Flanagan Mary Fletcher Sherry Floyd Terry Floyd Leslie Fodor UNDERCLASSMEN - 251 Jim Follmer Tom Forbes Tim Forbes Steve Forden Mark Fort Rob Francescon Brad Francis Nikki Franklin Denise Franks Mike Frassrand Bob Frear Michele Rene Freeman Janis Frmd Freeman Chris Froke Rolf Fromme Janice Fulton Doug Gabriel Debbie Gad Jim Gaffney Cheryl Gage Gordon Gammell Lydia Garcia Louis Gardner Jim Garrett John Garrison 252 UNDERCLASSMEN Laura Garside Cathy Garzio Carol Gehring Cindy Gelber Roxy George Lisa Getzen Kathy Gibson Scott Gibson Susan Gibson Scott Gilford Tim Glaser Bill Glen Mary Golf Inarvy Gonzalez Carolyn Good Scott Goodfriend Linda Goodman Yvonne Goodson William Googoolan Gary Gould Mary Gove Laurie Grater Candy Greenburg Philip Greenshields riant Greer Joel Griffith Evelyn Grimm Jodi Grimshaw uzi Guild Virginia Guiwits Carl Haasis Melody ancy Hage Alma Hagen Diana Hall Hackney Jeff Hall UNDERCLASSMEN 253 X..es..,i,,, ,.... .. Patty Hallberg Barbara Hallquist Cathy Hamilton . Dave Hansen Kim Hansen Krisii Hansen . . . . Dana Hanke Mah Hargett Bruce Harner Jane? Haas, An energetic sophomore, engaged In strenuous achvety. Bruce Harriman Michael Hams smcy Hart Jennifer Haserot Carolyn Hassett Mike Hqfchel Jim Hafcher Cindy Heather Andy Henderson Bob Henderson Ron Henderson Cindy Hernandez Merlda Hersack Lorinda Hess Mandy Hicks Lynn Highman Lee Hill 254 - UNDERCLASSMEN N .51 ete Hillemeyer Kirk Hines Randy Hirsch George Hirvela Karl Hovqnifz Ca,-al l-louasplan James Howland enise Hisey Kevin Hoar Jim Hoffman John Hoffman Lila Hubbell Evelyn Hubel Allan Huffake, indd H0990 PU' HOG'-U1 NQNCY Hoke J0Y"le Joycene Hughes Holly Hunter Wes Hutchens vb Neal H9lmUnd Jeff H0Pe Holkesfad Don ller Amanda Iles Lucio Ingels Hollingsworth Bill Horne 'orie lnnes Gina lovine Jim lovine Farris Jobara Cindie Jackson Andrea Jahnke Cecile James Fiona Jenks David Jepsen Bill Jess Barbara Debi Johnson Dennis Johnson Jim Johnson Johnson UNDERCLASSMEN - 255 Jan Johnson Mike Johnson Mike Johnson Gail Johnston Ken Joiner Barbara Jonosen Debbie Jones Eddie Jones Greg Jones Kym Jones Laurie Jones Robert Jones Doug Jordan Notalye Joy Kevin Kaiser Mary Kaminski Ruth Kaminski Renee Kaplan Greg Karr Sally Kasnicko Brian Kawothafa Terry Keavney Colleen Kelly Neil Kenney Rose Ken? Aniia Kenz Fred Kepler Bill Kern Carolyn Khancholian Kris Kidd Tracey Kidd Kale Kieberi Brian Kelleen Laurel King Mark King "8".'?" it-w 1 David Klimberg 5iSle Klimke Edward Kline Lon Kne,-r Joe Knueven JON? K0ff0fd Jeff Kolar Lon K,-game, 256 - UNDERCLASSMEN YW j,.fNo-v" at Debbie Johnson, Lower Left, shared a laugh with a friend, while Cindy Carlson, Above: enioyed lunch in the rally court. l Helena Kress Dory Kroeger Joy Junz Sharon Kuthe Cathy LaCorte Kathi Doug Lama Rene Lange Mark Langsdale Joe Laszlo Bob Levay David Ledyard Dianne Legg Joyce Leinhart Denise Lester Kim Larew Lenny Lauer John Leal Katie Lee Nancy, Leighninger Judy Leisner Todd Leuthold Laurie Larson Jeff Laun Karen Leatherman Linda Leffingwell Jean Leihart Jim Lesperance Terry Leyvis UNDERCLASSMEN 257 Phyllis Linett Paula Lipscomb Barry Lisbin Lori Livingston Lisa Lloreda Doug Locker Anne Long Jim Long Mitch Long Scott Long Alina Lopez Ana Lopez Mary Lopez Lisa Lorente Bonnie Lubow John Lucas 258 - UNDERCLASSMEN Mary Mallen Kathleen Dave Mandeville Barbara Mang Martin Mann Kym Manlz Carol Marchese Jim Margell Joe Marinelli Tom Marino Brian.Marlin Bessie Maroshek Doug Marples Pamela Marrone Julie Marsalek Kelly Martin Gene Marzo David Malern Gregg Matthews Keith Maupin Bob Mozone Joe Mazzarese Kristen McCall Brian McCardIe Brian McClintock Carol McCreary Bill McCullough Ken McDonald Maureen McErIena Marianne McMillan Mike McMilIen David McMonigle Bob McGregor Karin McGuffin Mark McKelvey Patty McNall Cathie McNally Mark McNally Hugh McKenny Lynn McKenzie Debbie McKissick Dan McNamara Louis Mele Jim Melena UNDERCLASSMEN - 259 Denise Melkesian Deborah Melohn Greg Merkley Carolyn Merritt Julia Merritt Richard Meyer Ron Meyers Robert Mezquita Jerry Micozzi Janice Mies Teri Mies Cheryl Miller Kathi Miller Marybeth Miller Steve Miller Vickie Miller Leslie Mills Christina Miser Cindy Mitchell Gary Mitchell Bill Mitchell Keith Miyamoto Susann Mizia April Monroe Below: Randy Wilson, stopped to cor- i rect a mistake. -wa' 260 - UNDERCLASSMEN Robin Eric Moore Mary Morabito Richard Morales Mooneyham Diane Morgan Frances Moriana Melinda Carol Moreman Ed Morse Diane Morsillo Morones Brad M0""l50n Laurel Mosbach lelow: Lost in thought, Susan Weckerly forked on a class assignment. l l l Q r Q J. ,delve Fw Ted Mouser Vickie Moye Bob Mulick Carl Muller Jeannie Mundy Mark Munill Laura Munro Debbie Murfett Greg Murphy Stephanie Wendy Dorothy Myers Murrow Mutschler Kimberly Nairn Sue Nader Betty Nagy EP' Six Brad Neuse Jim Neelands Don Negri Ron Negri Julie Nelson Sherril Newton Adelle Nicely Ronn Nickloff Jan Nielsen Susan Nimmo Theresa Nobile Linda Norwood UNDERCLASSMEN - 261 Elena NUDGZ Dan O'Donnell William John Oathout Debbie Old Kurt Osenbaugh Linda OWU Jock Owen Lynn Packard O'Malley Larry Palmer Rebecca Palmer Charlie Popp Jean Parker Larry P'-'1Yk3l' Sue Parker Debbie Packer Jack Partch Jim Patapoff Cathy Pausch Doug PSCIFSOI1 Bob Pedlwiii Anne Pendo Diane Parcodino Dino Pervgino David Peters Bruce Petersilge Janet Petrotta Ron Perry Alexis Petrovich Tom Pfeiffer Kevin Phillips Lora Phillips Hutch Philpot Kim Piazza Chris Plato Brian Pielemeer Robin Pierce Sheryl Piereson Maria Piscitelli Robert Piancich Marena Picoulas Judy Plybon 262 -- UNDERCLASSMEN QNX? 11 : so 2 ' Q 'k:k Q 3 L Kevin Pochter Jim Polarek Connie Portis Linda Posen iw- be 'Q-....... Alan Polley Skip Pomeroy Corie Ponder Rexonne Pontius Candi Porter Jim Pounds Kristin Powell Debby Prock James Proctor Maureen Prohl s. ix... Na.. Gayle Prophet Steve Michael Quinlan Quackenbush John Raidy Maria Quintero Linda Rapp Michelle Rambeau Richard Rapp Ev Jan Querry Scott Raftery Julie Ramult Dale Rasmussen Above: Cathy Fleischer practiced dicta- tion in shorthand. UNDERCLASSMEN -- 263 1 I Keith Rasmussen Kevin Reed Linda Reeves Janice Reinig Delrose Reveie Dean Richards Syndi Riensche 2 - UNDERCLASSMEN JaAnn Rawie Lynn Reeder Jane Regas Zully Reluz Anna Reynosa Lisa Richards Janet Riley Andrea Reed James Reeley Mark Reid Lori Renken Barbara Ripiet Christine Richardson Susan Rinard Lorrie Ring Diane Ringer Susan Monica Norm Ritchie Ty Robb Robertson Rodriguez Belinda Roe Debbie Rogers Above: Anita Kenz pondered over a difficult geometry problem. ji. 132 KW . ' qyfa ' 1 .NS -K 1 .W - Q,, .N Q. W' ix X S- X ,. .... I S K H X Q A ' S .SM xl X 3 5 . Q ,QA . 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Stacey Steele Gregory Stegner Joe Stella Susan Stepp Eileen Sterk Dale Stevens Grant Stevens Julie Stiles Richard Stinstrom Bob Stires Don Stiver Nancy Stone John Stothers Sheryl Stover Tamra Stremel Steve Stricker George Stegner Anne Sullivan Devon Sullivan Kevin Sullivan Rob Sultzbach Steve Summers Greg Summerville Rachel Sundberg Diane Supple JoAnne Susnar Steve Swafford Vickie Sweeney Terri Sweet Betty Tankersley Steve Tarnowski Scott Tebo Mitchell Thomas Nanci Thomas Todd Thomas Bill Thorarinson Miranda Tirado Greg Tober Liz Tolle Madalyn Tookmanian Mike Torcaso Joan Tormey UNDERCLASSMEN - 267 Below. Patty Hollberg and Margaret McKendnck used lunch to finish their home work. 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Fmsr AVENUE ,L"'0'e""' ARCADIA, CALIFORNIA 91006 Vinyl Corlon , l I Pan s Lzquor cfs Delz. wuzowooo moons uouon, seen, enocemes Parquet mronreo A nomesnc wmes Refinish TQM STEPHENS l Telephone 447-8137 50211, E. uve on CARPET PAN a. ANGELA xmmos ARCADIA, cms. VACCO RUG 36 Wesl' Live Oak Avenue 447-8l69 Hours 9:30 A.M. fo 5:30 P.M. 447-83 I0 Tuesday 'l'l1ru Salurday The rtisan Ari cl C 'H KRELL BUICK AND OPEL- lNC- Piclure Frames - Gleisglland 'glass f Cul' +o Order 1095 E. Colorado Blvd. 577-0222 Cuslom P'cl"'e F""""'9 Pasadena, California 684-0962 6l7 50- FirS+ AVS- Harold Sharp Arcadia, Calif. 9l006 ADVERTISING - 289 I I2l3l 445-9l95 HUNTINGTON HEALTH B BankAmericard D. Master Charge WILLIAM O. MORRISON Owner Huntington Health Club 4l East Huntington Dr. Arcadia. California 9I006 PECIFV C CONCRETE BLOCK 8 BLDG. SUPPLY CO. ARCADIA, CALIF. 60 W. LIVE OAK AVE. Homer C. Shirley MFG. 84 DISTRIBUTOR Grip - Lock ' Wall Capping ' Patio Tile 'Dun - Brick IIN 10 COLORS, I2l3l 68l-7296 I2l3l 447-3567 Da rr Stores, Inc. Party Headquarters - Glasses - Bar - Etc. Liquors - Fine Wines - Deli Keg Beer PROPRIETORS: Gary Dondanville lThe Gopherl Mal-I Culpepper IThe Flyl Dave Johnson IThe Sheepdogl Jim Oclerlrerlc IThe Spiderl 2I0 E. Duarte Roacl Arcadia, Calif. 9l006 Phone 446-2207 I2 I 3l 286-0825 June's A Potpourri of lnleresling THE SPORTS WORLD Things slri - scuba - tennis - backpacking 8960 Hun+ing+on Dr. 2477 Huntington Dr.. San Marino 449-47l8 Clearman's Village June M. Carmichael San Gabriel 9I775 Jack Frost Frost Auto Service Anco pnqnucrs 1789 E. Dei Mar euvd. owner Pasadena, Calltomla 91106 Telephone 796 R778 528 S. MYRTLE AVENUE, 358-2211 MoNaov1A,cAuFonN1A suns 31 N'.TfALbwiN AVENUE. ass-svsz SIERRA MADREJIALIFORNIA 91014, 290 -- ADVERTISING - i s s 5 . . 8 .. 'J Q 3 Q Nm... QI-sy 5 F X .X lb X Q x X5 2 -. w Q . f S.. 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HUNTINGTON DRIVE, ARCADIA 91006 SERVING SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISING - 293 8962 Hunfing+o GOLD and ACCENTS n Dr. 286-85 I 6 i I S MACKAIG 81 SONS CHRYSLER- HlN5HAW'5 I20I Sou'l'I1 Baldwin Avenue 446-458i 632 Wes'I Hunfingfon Dr., Monrovia 357-3266 294 - ADVERTISING RICHARDS MEN'S SHOP BETTY LEE'S ACADEME OF ARTS I3I5 Sou'H1 Baldwin Avenue 446-4653 903 Souih Firs'I' Avenue 447-82l2 ,.- s, Q X S X . if : "- s K g K 5 XJ' Q A N l 2 .. x QQ l 602 Eas+ Walnut Pasadena . W a' : ' 3,5 i 0?3f 'W' ' S345 49,5 Q ' 1 .. A ax. Y3Asw-'- " g , 1, 9 g l THE LAZY DAISY SHOP 792-9 I 2 I ADVERTISING - 295 TELEVISION - RADIO - STEREO - APPLIANCES RCA PACKARD BELL MRUUSEL arc :Las All SPEEDS - All SIZES , ' sales GE - WHIRLPOOL OVER 350 ON DISPLAY 0 OVER 1,500 IN STOCK service xr RALEIGH mvxorokaecms er Peucseor fa Pucrf Bsncmensmz xcfsrsvre CLUBMAN fe srmzsme vu- neo. HARRIS QFLANDRIA wa' BIANCI-n 447-9515 - 447-8611 EXPERT REPAIR - comms uns or mms a. 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NX 1Q..sAtf'59- 'H Introduction Karen Jess Activities Rosemary Schabow ieditorl Julie Rabolini Organizations Lynn Highman leditorl Debbie Leinweber ieditorl Diane Supple Sports Rich Jackson leditorl Girls Sports Tracy Johnson ieditorl Expression Kris Williams leditorl Administration Debbie Vanderdoes leditorl Belinda Roe Seniors Sue Rose ieditorl Terry Stewart ieditorl Underclassmen Calvin Slater leditorl Advertising Judy Kay ieditorl Chris Goebel Index Heidi Walker ieditorl Sue Bass Staff Photographers Rick Dean leditorl Cathy Novak ieditorl Kevin Anderson Bill Jess Ben Serar Mike Yokum Contributing Photographers Scott Chism Scott McKenney James O'Brien Maureen Rochetto Randy Ross Bill Stowell Joe Sweeney Tony Turchi Contributing Writers Julie Cooper Steve Jahnke Karen Reed Lois Sarkisan Q91 Editors Review Year With Mixed Emotions Nts!!-5 Q l fits Occasionally, l doubt that people understand the amount of time, patience and work that go into a publication such as this. Annual is only one period a day, but for the nucleus of the staff it was a two to three hour a day pain in the neck. I personally do not regret any of the time and effort that was spent on this book despite the sacrifices. I would like to thank my parents and most of my teachers for their patience and understanding. l learned a great deal about people this year and enioyed work- ing with the staff. I thank God that things have turned out as well as they have. I feel the staff has tried very hard and has produced the best book I've ever worked on. ,ML ' As with all others, this year had its highlights and low points for everyone. For me this book had a little of both. Although there were hassles, working with some pretty fantastic people made the disappointments easier to take and the moments of success and happiness a shared ioy. A special thanks has to be given to our own Mr. Wonderful, Kevin Anderson who spent innumerable afternoons and weekends working in the darkroom. 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