Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, CA)
- Class of 1987
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And you better get your rear in gear! Cheer-
leaders Amy Perry and Tammy Dahlstrom are
part of a skit satirizing Temple City's football
Limbo, limbo like me! Shannon Toepfer
participates in the limloo contest during the
Homecoming Assembly. Shannon and
Carolyn Hall Hllmboed the lowest."
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X 'if'-fx Jil if election flyer to gain support for his
campaign. Although he dian't win, Jeremiah
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-f 'f5" l-1 student government.
I didn'T aifend The firsf day of school. I
suppose nobody was To blame, afier ail IT was
90 degrees. Obviously none of my friends wenT
eiiher. If I couldn'T go, They ceriainly wouldn'T
have been able To.
I have never feIT so dumped on. My Owner
could noT have made IT wiThouT me lasT year,
buT did noi even Think abouT me on The very
firsT day of school This year. I heard iT was a loT
of fun Too, sTudenTs saw each oiher for The firsT
Time since school IeT ouT in June and Talked
aboui whaT happened during The summer.
Even Though I am proud of My Owner, I am
jealous. Whai did ThaT Tuxedo or leTTerman's
jackei have To do wiTh My Owner's hard work?
Those Two shared The glory aT The prom and
awards nighi, buT I supporTed My Owner
Through The rough Times which goi him There. I
encouraged My Owner To conTinue his hard
work in Track. When he asked someone ouT on
a firsT daie, I helped his confidence because
he knew he looked good when l was around. I
helped My Owner when he spili chocolaTe
down The fronT of his shlrT by covering iT up . . iT
was humiliaTing, buT l'd do anyihing for My
Owner because ThaT's The kind of sweaishiri
I wish I could have been There aT awards
nighi, prom nighT or The firsT day of school, buT I
never seemed To be good enough for Those
special occasions. I wonder if The Tuxedos and
sporTscoaTs appreciaTed The hard work My
Owner and his friends did To achieve Their rec-
ogniTion. I appreciaTed IT because I was There
all year assisTing My Owner in his goal To be
"Twirl and Scream" replaced "Twist and Shout." Clifford
Curley and Marla Sansui revised The well-known song info o
daring new dance Everyone seemed To enjoy Themselves aT
This dance following a fooiball game.
The Apaches received agiani facelift A
new, colorful look dressed up The oldsom-
ber campus. My Owner appreciaiediihe
hard work of many organizaiions To make
The campus aTTiacTive. Mr. Jerry Barshay
said his goal Tohelp The school was, 'iio
encourage and promoTe a 'CarnpusiBeau-
Tificaiion' program ThaT physically improves
Thecampus buildings and grounds of Arca-
dia High School."
The Campus Beauiificaiion program in-
cluded resioring and painiing one-Third of
The classrooms, remodeling The inside of The
snack bor To provide fasTer service, refur-
bishing The rally couri lawn, and painTing The
lockers red. The norTh and souTh ,gyms were
also painTecl. The senior gifT of 4986 pro-A
vided graphics To polish off The inTerior of
The norihgym. The graphics of The ouiside
of The gym and The renovaTed Apache
clock were paid for wiTh The money re-
ceived from The CAP scoresqlviy Owner
never felT comforTable seeing The correci
Time on The Apache clock and someTimes
wished iT would siop again,
The arT deparTmenT made1iTs own conTri-
buiions To improving The school. Two murals
were painied To add life To "F" hall and "H-
'i." The ,ari classes also designed decora-
Tive Trash cans To encourage Throwing
LoTTery money provided a new physical
science laboraiory in G-6, new deskes, and
helped The general school budgeT.
Oiher changes included a much anTici-
paied all-weaiher Track To replace The old
diri Track, Alumni squares ouTside The liTTle
TheaTer organized by The Alumni Associ-
aiion, and a new 25 Terminal micro-com-
puTer sysTern go help wiTh recording Tru-
anTs, figuring PA's, and oiher .word-pro-
cessing duTiesj. T
Q My Owner appreciaTed The combined ef-
foris To make Arcadia High The besi iT could
be and realized Thai his goal and The goal of
The school adminisiraiion wereihe same . .
To be "On Top."
Walking down F-hall was like strolling Through anclenl
Egypt. Jason Allison and Jennifer Velasquez enjoy The mural
which a few Talenied ari siudenis designed and painted
Nifty 60's glasses give Michael Warner a special
look. The renewed inleresl in John Lennon's music
gave These glasses a second chance.
Red lockers raised school spirit After pulling his
books in his locker, Chrislopher Schurer holds
Sheri Francone in a friendly clench, Cheery red
lockers were a welcome replacement for drea-
ry green lockers
Helping each olher out, Kimberly Woods and
Bertha Gama go over The previous nigh'r's
assignment Sludying iogeiher helped many
srudenis gel through difficult classes,
The attendance ottice blues were sung by
many students. In order to avoid waiting in line.
Teem Lucas quickly fills out o temporary readmit,
Working diligently, William O'Connor
finishes drawing a graph to go along with
his experiment. Observing properties of
science was an important part of class.
"Lightsl Camera! Actionl" David Profumo films
an interview for the next edition of "Apache
News," "Apache News" was a class where
students actually received school credit for
performing and having tunl
Classes were wonderful! My Owner as-
sumed school would be nine monThes of lisTen-
ing To six Teachers monologue from a TexT-
book - buT he was wrong. In The science
classes, sTudenTs gor To experimenT wiTh
chemicals, welghTs, or lima beans - maybe
even disecT OD animal. Ceramics, orT classes,
and cooking gave sTudenTs on opporTuniTy To
be creaTive and make someThing by Them-
selves. Some maTh classes even gave The sTu-
denTs a chance To wriTe on The chalkboard,
someThing all sTudenTs secreTly wished To do.
Classes gave My Owner a chance To meeT
new people. My Owner would "never" pass a
noTe in class buT would always lisTen To The
Teacher. His favoriTe parT of class was when he
goT a chonce To do someThing himself so ThaT
he feIT involved in whaT he was learning. This
way My Owner experienced The TesT maTerial
ond didh'T have To rely on osmosis The nighT
before The exam, buT My Owner knew ThaT all
The hands-on experience in The world wouldn'T
replace sTudying. AlThough My Owner would
never admiT ThaT he "sTudied" for or TesT, l
know he did because l waiched him work so
ThaT he could be "On Top."
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find where The pin "moved To" when viewed Through woTer
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Being sold to an Arcadia High School stu-
dent was the best thing that ever happened
to me. I COl'1't believe the active lives these students
lead due to their school spirit. Sports, clubs, and dances
were full of happy, energetic teenagers having a great
time, and l was there!
l was usually included in My Owner's social life. What
owner didn't bring his jeans jacket almost everywhere
My Owner didn't wear me very often at work or on
vacation. l understood though. l-ie usually had to wear a
uniform to work, so l'd only be a nuisance. l didn't want to
go to work anyway - nobody would pay me minimum
When My Owner went to the beach l was too hot for
him, and when he went snow skiing l wasn't warm
enough for him, so i missed some good times. This yeor I
was lucky, l got to go to the Rose Parade and spend
New Year's Eve there onthe street. That was unforgeta-
l enjoyed watching "My Owner" striving to stay "On
Top" in his free time.
Hanging from the hoop, Phil Smith tries to impress people with his
enthusiasm for school dances.
Boy we are really hungry, all we want is F-O-O-D!" Carlos Mejia waits for
his order. The snack stand gave students a quick, easy way to get lunch.
Three's company, not a crowd! Brad Campbell, Rick Marino, and Denise
Franco demonstrate this during snack.
Gathering for the girls varsity volleyball game, Brien O'Brien and Cita
Fernari enjoy each other's company. Some of the best sports action could
be observed by watching the undefeated volleyball team.
Togetherness was a great feeling between couples. Mike Walsh and
Mara Grabis enjoy what time they have together at snack.
Braiding hair gave Don Kuhlberg and Kristi Whipple something to do when
they didn't dress out for P.E. This class gave students a break from difficult
subjects and a chance to work off their tensions.
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chelle MerhauT said, "I wonT To reflect siyle
Through my cIoThes." STudenTs displayed their
own sTyles in The cowboy look, The surfer-skaT-
er look, or the laid bock look. Accessories
were a "musT." Many of The girls wore gold
and silver shoes and belTs and, of course. big
silver earrings. Almost every guy owned Ree-
bok Tennis shoes and a surf shirT.
Money was a main factor in everyone's
wardrobe, KaTherine McKeon would spend
"up To S'l'lO for an outfit" wiTh The money
coming from her parenTs and her job. An al-
ternative To the high cosf of cloThing stores
was sewing your own outfits. Jo-Anne Swens-
son said, "Making cloThes is a IoT cheaper. IT
cosT me S46 To make my last formal."
Everyone had her own idea of where The
best cloThes could be found. STephanie Rodri-
guez said she liked "MGA, Con'remp, and Bull-
ocks because They have got The cuTesT
cloThes." On The oTher hand, Sanyo Markus
felT, "the ThrifT shop and Zocly's had all The
lafest sTyles!" All of the styles came from The
individual. Everyone creaTed a unique fashion
sTaTernenT which kepT him "in style."
T-R-E-N-D-Y. Boots become a popular
accessory and improved any outfit. Alisa
McVay displays her stylish boofs while
waiTing for photography class To begin.
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GREHCURES DF IIIGEC
"What's going on this week-
end?" "Who are you going out
with?" "What's happening Fri-
day night?" Every student talked
about his night life and often
made arrangements early in the
week. Plans for Friday and Satur-
day nights were decided as early
as first period Monday morning.
Senior Eric Seastedt said, l'Night
Life is the life."
One of the most popular things
to do was to go to the football
games and then to the dances
which followed. After football
TAKE 5. Taking a break from making
Apache predictions, Apache Josephina.
Kristen Espenschied, visits with Melissa
season ended, many enjoyed
going to dinner at Chili's and then
a movie at the Monrovia Mann,
to Marylins dancing, ln-N-Out
Burger, Bob's Big Boy, or just a
night at home with their sweet-
Going out to a movie was a
popular date. Monica Preciado
said she preferred seeing a funny
movie rather than a scary movie
because it was easier to have
fun. Steve Holt said he enjoyed
taking girls to scary movies be-
cause it gets them scared so
Johnson, Tamara Wilson. Susan Ferdinando,
Deborah DeLong, Teresa Brighouse, and
Cheering with the pep squad, Geoffrey
Dorn. Clifford Dorsey. and David Van Osdel
participate in the enthusiasm at a football
1 2 Night Life
Rockin and Rollin at the school dances is a favorite
of Clifford Curley and Mara Hudson. Dances allowed
students to unwind and have fun.
Fast Freddle ls so fast that no one can keep up!
Slow songs were played so that couples could get a
chance to catch their breath.
'Q Sconnnlng the crown for cute
guys was often c highlight of the
football games. Jill Oakley, Gino
X xx Wcllo, and Melissa Vount. like all
' sophomores, are just beginners in
learning the correct techniques.
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home, Alumni! The fesTiviTies included an assembly
alumni, a parade of floaTs, The Royal CourT
around The field in golf carfs aT half-Time, The game
a semi-formalfdance The following nighf aT The Grand in
Therl-lomecoming assembly gave many groups a chance To
perform. Qrchesis performed al dance To The beaT of 'iNew
Shoos,." The Pep Squad, Marching Band, Flags, and CAT QThe new
compeTiTion1 Teamj also performed Their exciTing roufines. The
assembly concluded wiTh Dave Spallina, Greg Pyle, Tom Longo, y
John Renken, and Eric Nash Cfive alumnij lip-syncing To The beaT of
Village People iusT as They: had clone aT The seniorgassembly.
Many clubs parTlcipaTed in The homecoming parade before The
fooiball game. The arT and French clubs won The humor prize for
Their car. race, The varsiTy club won The grand prize for dressing as
g grapes and playing The song, "Heard iT,on The Grapevine," and
The Junior class and surf clubs won The Theme prize for Their
cardboard '57,Chevy. The Senior Men and Kiowas dressed upfor
The beachuand hiT a volleyball around. Frank Rizzi said, "IT was fun
represenTir1g our conservaiive group in a less formal sTyIe."
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of The game were Randall Wilson and Salvador lvlaciel. Mark ,
Shively felT Glendale was "no conTesT." All ScoTT Graves had To,
say was "A.NeT.-yardage go Buffalo4f'D." A A
A During half-Time everyone waiTed anxiously To find ouT who'The T 'T
new Homecoming ,Queen and King would be. Cheers vibr Ted The
sTar3ds1 as Jennifer Billings and Sean Evans were crowned Queen
and King byiwo daring sky divers. y A '
The Homecoming fesTlviTies culrfninaTed on SaTurday wiTh a semi-
formal dance aT The Grand, in Glendora. T'The dance was The besT
dance ever, Theimusic was greai, every one
enTire nighT," Erika Rorvick said enThusiasTicalIy. The
Around The Ciockhwas very appropriaTe: everyone
he night away aT The Hrjlrnecoming dance, Joanne
Shannon Toepfer Take a break from Their dales To
' - dasome serious boogie,
court: Van Horn, James Marshall,
Mar s, Jennifer Billings, Sean Evans,
nford. Anne-Marie Grund, and
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Cambell and Sergio Lopreiafo keep Their eyes on Their
favorlTe pep squad members.
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A double third period meanT There was an assembly.
Karen Acuna and Carrie Deollase felT Thai "on a scale of 4
To 40 They were a Q!" Ana Eucheverria said, l'They keep
our school spiriT going." Laura Ganguin summed up The
general aTTiTude ThaT assemblies were "really fun and well
puT TogeTher. I like Them."
GuesT speakers were popular. WiTh brocures pouring in,
The ExecuTive Council could carefully choose who would
speak To The sTudenTs. The assemblies commiTTee. wiTh
money raised from The ASB card, paid up To S500 for a
good speaker. In 4984 we were lucky enough To gef Mrs.
America To Talk To The sTudenTs. Around 4972 Kenny
Loggins came and played in his band, Loggins and Messina.
Assemblies were ThoughT ouT monThs before hand. The
ExecuTive Council, wiTh The help of Mr. Tom Payne,
discussed which clubs and guesT speakers would be invifed
To perform. The acTiviTies comissioner. KrisTen Harris was in
charge of organizing The show. Prior To The assembly. iT
Took 6 hours To sef The sTage and coordinafe The lighTing
and sound sysTems.
Pep Rallies and Assemblies
Pizza between rallies gives The pep squad plenfy of energy To work Two
performances wiThin one and a half hours.
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and Jennifer Holmes caTch up on The laTesT gossip
before reTurning To class.
As the Homecoming royaliies are read, Denise
Rachdrdson and Roubina Vegavian waiT anxiously
for The resulTs. Many announcen'TenTs were held dur-
ing lunch so ThaT The majoriTy of The sTuaenTs would
find ouT aT The same Time.
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i periods before snack. therclcrsses pre-
3 f ceding lunch, and the classes before
1 goingrhohfreg Although most students :
used snackto relax..somejtook advan- .
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test. Lisa Kim said, "Snack was great
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i todo my homework."
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l ize.f At this time Tffleiffally court and
5 lunch pavilion were 'crowded with.stu+ 2
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1 and difficult teachers. They rrodvtithe. ,
gjgto get their second wind after being T
is rfkhocked out by first and second per-
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Some students preterred to be alone. Two such peo-
ple were Mike Walsh and Julian Desigio who seem con-
tent as they sit away from the noisy lunch crowd,
Lines tor snacks appeared unending. To take their
minds off the long wait, Shannon Torres and Cathy Kier
discuss the day's events.
Snack was time well spent with triends. Dynese Schif-
filed and Tina Bruno take a moment to catch up with
what was happening in each others' active lives.
Some students could be found people-watching. Ob-
viously finding something rather interesting, Shellie Gare
cia and Kimberly Trotter give looks of approval.
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Who Took you To school so dial-a-
ride didn"l have To? Who covered for
you when your mom asked where you
were lasT nighT'? Who siayed up laTe
hours To help you wiTh geomeTry or lis-
Ten To your problem? As usual, a friend
always came To The rescue. By defini-
Tion a friend is, "one aTTached To an-
oTher by affecTion or esTeem," bui
here, aT Arcadia High, a friend was
someone who shared The mosT memo-
rable Times of our lives, and who will
never be forgoTTen. Some sTudenTs
have described Their ideas of a friend
a liTTle more creaiivelyz
A friend is . . .
"someone my mom pays To hang
around me." -Maff Ready-
"a person you can TrusT" -Jeanie Sui-
Usomeone who ls always There for
you" -Shawna Eggar-
someone who leTs you in a parTy
free" -Bill Harris-
"anyone who has a brand new, black
BMW and a rad broTher" -Mara Ploi-
"someone who never geis Tired of
hearing abouf your weekly boy-
frlends" -Lori Bushor-
Ha parTier in need is a friend indeed" -
someone you can Trusf and who
won'T sieal from you" -Rick Marino-
d person you can counT on" -Chris-
anyone who has a rad car and will
drive us anywhere" -Melanie Ais-
wansian and Carolee Lesiuk-
"someone who will give me money aT
lunch and l don'T have To pay Them
back" -ScoTT Devoe-
Taklng lime out for refreshmenls, Bonnie Derril.
Chad Edgington, Cheri Bewley, and Rick Pike mingle
as They walch The new dances of lhe new school
Daring to bare 'lhelr "voluptuous" logs, Todd
Samms, Robert Jordan, Javier Jimenez and Michael
Bryce give hearl allacks To Their many viewers be-
fore the Homecoming Dance.
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Formal dances were an exciting part ot high
school history. More than ever, people became in-
volved with The formal functions. "There was a Tre-
mendous amount of pride and dedication in promot-
ing These events," commented Mr. Tom Payne. So, iT's
no surprise that The dances were a success.
Homecoming, the first formal dance of The year,
was held at the Glendora Grand Hotel. Many Arcadia
alumni returned To reminisce about their high school
The Chandelier Ball, Titled "Winter Wonderland,"
was The second dance of The year and was held at
The Santa Anita Turf Club. Although not a school func-
tion, many students attended and enjoyed The holi-
The ValenTine's Dance was held aT The Pasadena
Hilton. The Theme was "Straight From The HearT" which
many students felt to be sincere.
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The last formal dance of The year was The Prom,
held in The Grand Ballroom aT The Disneyland Hotel. The
Prom, for many seniors, was a landmark event They
would never forget.
Some of The most popular styles of dress for girls
were black, off The shoulder or strapless, curve hug-
ging dresses. The newest and freshest look, however,
was metallic which was seen in an array of vivid colors.
For The guys, Tuxedos underwent some drastic
changes, cummberbunds and Ties could be ordered in
a multitude of colors and patterns. They were even
available in some metallic colors To match Their dates'
dresses. Some of The Tuxedo colors changed too. The
cool guys on campus could even wear The "Miami
Vice" look in flamingo pink or marina blue. WiTh ThaT
kind of a selection, what could possibly go wrong?
Four noble alumnl: Norby
Cisneros. Tim Stacey, Jim
Gray, and Steve Mc Gov-
ern. wait patiently for
Their five lovely dates be-
fore The Homecoming
All dressed up and ready
for a fun-filled evening To-
gether. John Shu and Lu-
cia Kim put on The finish-
ing Touch for The Chande-
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Celebrating with a candlellto dlnner
before The Chandelier Ball, Brad Bu-
cholz, Christie Becker, Todd Weeks.
and Jackie Wilson cuddle up and share
a meal together aT ln-n-Out.
Classes offered no excitement on Mondays To some sTudenTs
Suzanne Highlower can hardly waiT To sTarT her nap.
"Oh no, not again, iT's Monday!" STudenTs
haTed The Thoughl of anoTher school week full
of deadlines, TesTs, homework, and jobs. Long
aTTendance lines frusTraTed sTudenTs on Mon-
days. Sleep and school work also did noT mix
well sTudenTs, buT They were Too exhausTed To
do anyThing else. Mondays jusT messed up The
weekend. Jennifer Ho summed up her feelings
ThaT "Mondays break up The TasT-paces
weekends away from school. This mighT sound
like a cliche, bui Mondays are a drag."
Friends and fun were number one. David LighTcap.
Tomaso TaranTino. CharloTTe Walker, Tonya Murry.
Candy Maloney. and Todd Trip enjoy aTTending football
Mondays and Fridays
Monday madness sTarTed in The mornings. Anada Cullinone wanTs To get ouT of '
long aTTendance lines To be wiTh her friends.
Thank goodness iT's Friday!" STudenTs
jumped ouT of Their seaTs on Fridays. Though TesTs
were common on This special day, school spiriT aT
pep assemblies siomped ou Those "TesT blues."
Almosi everyone aniicipaied "fun Friday" nighis
speni aT pariies, dances, or fooiball games.
Kaiherine lvlcKeon, voiced a common wish when
she said, "I wish everyday was Friday."
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Ter, Kellie Archibald, CynThia Fuglie, Kalhy
Perelli, and Brooke Bevedick rock To The
beaT of Dusly STreeT.
Mondays and Fridays
A group that was well-loved and admired was The Cure.
Their eccentric lead singer Robert Smith shows that he
really isn't that different at ali.
The British Invasion brought fantastic groups to the states.
one of which was Bananarama. These three iadies pro-
duced rhythmic music and catchy lyrics in songs such as
"Venus" and "Shy Boy."
A-Ha, the band that broke into the music business last
year, is still going strong. These three Norwegians, Morton,
Megs, and Pai, captured the hearts of millions of girls
across the United States. Who could resist them?
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ages. lt is such an enormous part of life that
musicians have a considerable amount of
power in their hands.
Lyrics have the ability to completely change
a person's opinion or touch someone's heart.
Music conveys feelings and a strong emotional
impact. lt contains symbols and images to
which we can relate.
Some songs deal with controversial issues
like Depeche Mode's "Blasphemous Rumors"
or XTC's i'Dear God" that trigger wonder
about God. Other groups are less philosophical
and write about everyday occurrences like
Bon Jovi's "You Give Love a Bad Name," and
the Fine Young Cannibals' "Ever Fallen in
Love." which are about the universal concept
Some of the favorite groups of this year
were the Cure, Gene Loves Jezebel, the B-
52's, A-Ha. REM, the Beastie Boys, and the Blow
Monkeys. They sold an incredible number of
albums because they had a little something
extra which appealed to the fans.
Some of the most popular songs were "Sub-
urbia" by the Pet Shoppe Boys. 'Bizarre Love
Triangle" by New Order, "Anything" by Drama
Rama, and "Not My Slave" by Oingo Boingo.
This was a year in which the sixties were
revived. The classics like the Beatles and the
Monkeys were brought back. Even Ben E.
King's song "Stand By Me" was constantly
Although groups come and go, music will be
around forever. lt is a constant in our lives be-
cause no matter how bizarre it becomes, we
will always find something we like.
A band that has been around for a while is The Smiths.
After years of climbing up the ladder, this was the year
in which they finally received their well-deserved at-
Most groups achieve their fame and then they go
downhill. Not U-2. Their musical talent has allowed them
to stay around for many years.
Being very protective, Bill Harris makes sure no one
comes near his beloved Monica Marovish.
Caught in the act! Greg Fashing and Kristine Crochie
were caught during their public display of affection.
This pair was a prime example of couples who couldn't
wait fo see each other.
Casually ending their day, Jennifer Billings and David
Costorello discuss plans for the weekend. Many times
people went on dates just to meet new people
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dates are made ot. Get-
ting to know that certain
someone required some
spice to melt the ice, and
some sugar to keep every-
Dating for many was a ro-
mantic event which cap-
tured memorable times of
being with someone spe-
cial. For these couples,
more time was spent hug-
ging and snuggling than
anything else. For others,
however, it was the social
scene of dance clubs and
block parties which brought
them together. Both the ro-
mantics and the socially
elite party animals thrived
on having as much fun as
possible, and either way,
they always had one thing
in common - companion-
helped couples through -
thick and thin. As Lisa
Belcher said, 'iWhen you
need a shoulder to cry on,
you always know someone
will be there to hand you a
Though dating the same
person for a long time may
not work out the way some
would like, it was good ex-
perience which could help
in choosing lVlr. or lVlrs. Right.
After dancing the night away, Tamer Kataan,
Stacy Jewell, Shannon Farley, and Tom Walker
cool their heels. Dances were a great way to
meet that cute someone who sat behind you in
Gotcha! Said Michael Warmer to Kristin Whipple
while taking a break from swimming practice.
School sports were a great way to make new
Women's lib? Heather Hudson doesn't mind re-
versing role with Mike Spallina. Just being to-
gether was what counted tor these two, no
matter how uncomfortable.
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Looking for exciTemenT, many sTudenTs
chose To go To such places as Taco LiTa, ln-
N-OuT, Bob's Big Boy, Banana's over Yo-
gurT, or The Monrovia Mann. Taco l.iTa and
Bob's Big Boy were mosT offen frequenfed
on Friday and Saiurday nighis when sTu-
denTs were driving around wiTh noThing To
do. The mosT popular iTem on Taco l.iTa's
menu was The famous Jumbo BurriTo and
Bob's hoTTesT dish was The Big Boy.
When school leT ouT, many sTudenTs
found Themselves waiTlng in a long line To
gef frozen yogurT af Banana's over Yogurt
The mosT popular flavor was chocolaie
and vanilla mixed wiTh Oreo cookies on The
Top. Frozen yogurT was becoming one of
mosT popular desserTs because iT was
less Than half The calories of ice cream.
The Monrovia Mann was always a place
where you could find Arcadia sTudenTs. The
Monrovia Mann was popular because iT al-
ways had six differenT movies. Some of The
favoriTe movies This year were Top Gun,
siarring Tom Cruise, and STand By Me,
When some people felT advenTurous,
They someTlmes wenT To such places as The
beach, The Sherman Oaks Galleria, or The
Hard Rock Cafe, The mosT popular beach-
es were Newporf and Balboa island.
Many people loved The Hard Rock Cafe
because of iTs exciTing afmosphere. Some-
Times you could even see a famous sfar
There, If iT weren'T for These places many
sTudenTs would have led very dull lifes.
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The Arcadia Court: Deborah Delong, Susan Keh, Robin Henkles, Denise
Schfilliea, and Queen Holly Melvin.
At the Chandelier Ball, Princess Kelly Wright
was escorted by her date, Thomas Edwards.
during the announcement of the Queen.
Adding the flnlshlng touches was very im-
portant before boarding the Arcadia float for
court members Deborah Delong and Susan
The Candystripers' court for the Chandelier Ball: Susie Ferdinando, Tamara Wilson, Lisa Hudson, Deborah Delong, Kell
Wright and Lisa Saelid.
1 Student Life
Whlle waving To The crowd, Arcadia CourT members Robin
Henkels, Dynese Schiffilea and Holly Melvin ride down Colora
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many special evenTs,,TQok place. Dur-
ing TheThusTle and busTle of The ChrisT-
mas season many people spenT Their
Time shopping for The perfecT dress or
Tuxedo for The Chandelier Ball. The
dance, held aT The Turf Club aT The
Sania AniTa Race Track on December
43Th, was puT on by The Junior Auxiliary
of The Arcadia MeThodisT HospiTal.
The annual ChrisTmas Assembly
was The kick off for The ChrlsTmas
season. The assembly, M.C.'ed by
RoberT Lu, was held on Wednesday
December 46 and included Orchesis.
dancing To The beaT of Michael Jackl
son, "Todd Tripp and The E STreeT
Band" performing "SanTa Claus is
Coming To Town," a special serenade
from four ChanTeurs girls To, Mr. Narah
and Mr. DeTrick, and The famous San-
Ta's Wish LisT. Senior Brad ScoTT said
"This year's assembly was definiTely
The'besT ouT of The' Thfee l've seenf'
One of The highlighTs of The holiday
season was The Rose Parade. Every
year many sTudenTs choose To sTay all
nighT in The freezing cold weaTher on
Colorado Blvd. To waTch The Parade.
January 'lsT was an'exciTing Time for
The five members of The Arcadia Rose
CourT. They were Queen Holly Melvin,
Robin Henkels, Deborah DeLong, Susan
Keh, and Dynese Schiffilea.'The courT
spenT mosT of New Year's Eve aT a hair
salon geTTing Their hair and makeup
done for The day of The parade. The
Pasadena Royal CourT wiTh Queen Kris-
Ten Harris, and Princess Sandra WalTrip
also spenT New Year's Eve having Their
hair and makeup done. When asked
how she feiTl abouT making The courT,
Princess Sandra WalTrip said, UI was so
suprised when my name was called. l
sTill keep Thinking l'mjgoing To wake up
and The dream will be over."
AfTer The Rose Parade ended, for
many iT was off To The Rose,Bowl To see
Arizona STaTe upseT Michigan wiTh a
score of 22-45. AfTer The New Year's
fesTiviTies were over, many sTudenTs
sperif Their Time caTching up on sleep.
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very happy To have won back The
America's Cup offer losing iT four
years ago To Ausfralia. The skipper
of "STars and Slripesf' Dennis Con-
ner, was The firsf man responsible for
losing The America's Cup bui, wiTh a
personal vendeTTa, he was also The
firsT man To win iT back. He reiurned
The America's Cup To The people of
The Unifed STaTes wiTh pride. There
were parades in New York and San
Diego To congrafulafe him on his
vicTory. Presideni Reagan wel-
comed Conner and his crew aT The
WhiTe House. Americans hope Thai
The cup will remain in The U.S. for The
nexf TOO years.
40 CurrenT Affairs
Over The pasT year, Hollywood
has been sfricken by many Tragic
The firsf dearh was ThaT of film leg-
end Cary Granf. Afrer sfarring in
over 70 films, he died of a massive
sTroke af The age of 82.
Desi Arnez, known as Ricky Ricar-
do of ul Love Lucy," clied wiThin a
week of Cary Granr. Arnez died of
lung cancer aT The age of 69 affer
many monfhs of suffering.
Anofher Tragic dearh was Thaf of
The famous pianisf, Liberace. Liber-
ace died aT The age of 67. Affer his
aleaih. iT was discovered Thaf Liber-
ace had died of AIDS. He had kepf
his illness a secref so Thaf he would
nor have To go Through The same
experience Rock Hudson did when
The public found oui abouf his infa-
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PresidenT Reagan encouniered many
problems over The year. He sold arms To Iran
in exchange for hosiages wiThouT The
American people's knowing iT. PresidenT
Reagan also had To deal wiTh The facT Thai
John Hinkley Jr., The man who Tried To assas-
sinaTe him, was released from prison. John
Hinkley was released because docTors said
he had overcome his menial problems, and
The hospiTal said iT would TreaT him jusT like all
The oTher paTienTs who showed signs of pro-
PresidenT Reagan aTTempTed To prove To
The American people ThaT he could be
TrusTed. The PresidenT's baTTle definiiely has
been an uphill baTTle and he sTill has a long
way To go. Many rumors and facTs have
been released abouT The arms exchange
and new siories and 'lfacTs" conTlnue To
appear. The allegaTions are being invesii-
Harris, The 4987 Pasadena Rose
was The firsT Rose Queen To aT-
Arcadia High. KrisTen made many
appearances including riding wiTh her
Royal CourT in The Rose Parade. KrisTen
was also involved in many acTivlTies like
The execuTlve council and candy sTripers.
KrisTen made many sacrifices To fiT in all of
her appearances. Sandra Walrrip had
The honor of being a Princess on The Pasa-
dena Rose CourT. She had previously
served on The Arcadia Rose CourT. San-
dra did noT have To make many acljusT-
menTs To her schedule as she was accus-
Tomed To having a busy schedule full of
appearances. The Trip down Colorado
Blvd. was noT a firsi for Sandra.
gaTed very closely by Congress. Trusi is slowly sTarTing To
build, and hopefully, PresidenT Reagan will eveniually re-
gain The confidence of The American people.
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buT soon seemed vaguely wrong
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People have said love is The greaTesT feeling of Them all
YeT l've seen iT give The greaTesT pain
They say ThaT love has made The earTh and sky
I Think of love wiTh friends as a special Tie
I don'T Think love can be defined by words
lT's somefhing only felT when iT is shared
Too many people Try To give love wiTh empfy words
WiThouT love They'll never undersfand
I found love when I found you
Alfhough we waiTed a long Time while our love grew
We may noT have forever buT somehow
We have each ofher for here and now
And I know we will be TogeTher
UnTil The end of whaT we have
And whaT we have will never die
If we keep The spirlf of love alive
There are so many Things To Thin
And such liTTle Time To do iT.
Time is coming To an end.
Time for making decisions.
Tough as Time may seem for now
IT is a reason for living.
lT is a reason To look ahead.
SeparaTion will soon occur.
And sorrow may be exchanged.
BuT we knew The Time would co
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The Reeboks lrampling
Anolher Saturday nighl,
Walking and Talking and seeming.
fLife is noi a speclaior sporlj
Besi kind shoes.
The European luxury sedan blowing
Pasl shiny neon slores, blowing
A luxurious horn beep beep.
qGel The hell oul of ils wayy
Besl kind cruise.
The huddles forming like puddles
On The sidewalk, poialo eyes
Glancing ai each olher
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Besl kind blues.
RODGFT "Blue" Lu
I looked good and I knew it. Some thought cardinal
red and gold were flashy and daring Colors: I agreed.
that's why I was so hot. Being a symbol of pride, excel-
lence, and superiority wasn't easy you know. I always
caught people's eyes. I knew that everywhere I went
people stared at me. I represented something special.
and it didn't take me long to realize that, since I was a
symbol, My Owner, who wore me constantly, was
In a way, I was a sort of prize. If someone owned me,
he thought he was "cool," and he was right.I was very
difficultto obtain, and only a few elite athletes were
qualified to own me. Ownership of a letterman's jacket
s wasn't easy to attain.
From where I sat everyday, I learned what the true life
of an athlete was all about. Many assumed a "jock's" life
consisted of parties, bragging, poor grades, andawful
grammar. Maybe at some schools it was like that, but not
at Arcadia. Athletes had to meet grade requirements in
order to play, and with a time-consuming schedule of
practices and games, that wasn't always easy, but they
did it. Many also forgot what it took to be an athlete: it
wasn't just throwing around a ball for a few hours, but
instead it involved intense workouts to perfect plays and
strategies. The athletes of Arcadia represented! the de-
termination and ambition required to attain the goal of
being "On Top."
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Long distance runs were often a strain, but Rob Poling keeps on going.
Concenfrating on the position ofthe ball, Kirstin Henderson returns a border-
line ball, Playing borderline balls was usually advised in tennis.
Rushing toward the banner, Mark Lopez, John Chu, and Rich Pike hope to be
the first to break through it. Varsity football games drew parents. students,
and friends to Friday night home games.
Out-foxing her opponent, Julie Harrison prepares to pass the ball to an open
team mate. For some, training for the varsity soccer team began in elemen-
tary school playing in AYSO.
Ready for the unexpected, Andrea Tunnicliff never let her eyes leave the
ball. Varsity volleyball never allowed a dull moment.
Straining to pass the ball, Donald Kuhlberg hopes to get rid of the ball before
his opponent can guard him. Water polo gave water lovers the opportunity
to compete in their favorite surroundings.
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Big Men On Campus
The B.M.0.C. are comlngl The Big Men
On Campus CB.M.O.C.j were ofTen seen
walking down The halls during fooTball
season. OuTsTanding junior and senior
aTheleTes made up This eliTe club. By
working TogeTher The fooTball Team de-
veloped a uniTy and enThusiasm which
made The season exciTing and success-
The varsiTy Team was unique: There
were noT any "supersTars" who dominaT-
ed The game and drew aTTenTion away
from The resT of The Team. lnsTead, every-
one was more or less equal and devoTed
his Time To making The Team a success,
noT The individual.
As senior Bradley ScoTT commenTed.
"This year's Team was a loT more exciTing
Than lasT year's because There were no
supersTars and everyone was equal."
OTher fooTball players, such as Richard
Williams had posiTive feelings abouT The
Team. "Being a junior, l felT I learned a IoT
from The senior players. I felT iT was a very
good season because of C.l.F. and also
because The coaches TaughT me a loT."
Placing Third in Their leogue, The
Apaches made iT To The saughT afTer and
well-deserved C.l.F's, compleTing an-
oTher successful fooTbaIl season. Due To
excellenT coaches, players, and fans, a
sTrong group of experienced players will
be waiTing for The sTarT of nexT year's
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Preparing To puni The bull, punTer Baslllos Darlos and Colin Policky greaTly influenced
The ouTcome of The game. PunTing was used To puT The ball lnTo acTion as far down The
field as possible,
Spotting a clear path, Brian Goodrich heads toward the goal line. Speed and quick
maneuvering were characteristics of good offensive runners.
Catching a pertect pass, Christopher McCarn runs on a clear break away. Precise
passing and receiving resulted in many great victories for the varsity team.
outing loud cheers ot encouragement, Steven
azone views the game from the sidelines. When
t in action, players were on the edge of their
ats in anticipation of every pass and tumble.
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Assembled In the starting posltlon,
the Apaches prepare to begin the
Varslty Football - Bottom Row: Anthony DeNino. Andrew Macias, Jeffrey Christmas, Stephen Shaul. Salvador Maciel, William
McKenzie. Row 2: Colin Policlcy, Ignacio Maciel, Robert Durbin, Kevin Hearn. Donald Wood, Craig McDonald, Adam Knowland.
Christopher McCarn. Row 3: Beaux Randall. Gary Fox, Coach Bill Pitts, Coach Ed Ramirez, Coach Doug Smith, Coach Dick
Salter, Coach Skip Herrington, Coach Michael Gordon, Coach Pat Mack, Steven Mazone. Anthony Gallina. Row 4: Basilios
Darlas, Scott Wesseler, John Chu, Darrin Dunaway, Theron Tephabock, Steven Tranzow, Christopher Demirdjan, Jim Muro,
Theodore McGuire, Thomas Greep, Christopher Beanes, Row 5: Richard Williams, Johnathan Durbin, Benjamin Morrone, Bradly
Scott. Sean Evans, Eric Belcher, Richard Lang, Scott Groves. Steven Prorenzano, Mark Shively. Back Row: Marc Woodward.
Christian Colatico, Randall Wilson, Andrew Moran, Erik Sarafan, John Levitt, Joe Betancourt, Jeffrey Vickline, Jason Carroll, Kelly
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Many excited fans cheered for The
Apache Football Teams which had a
very good season in '86, The Teams
illusTraTed good sporismanship along
wiTh enThusiasm aT each of Their
games. The Apache sophomores
played hard, accumulaTing 2 wins and
3 losses. Richard Provenzano, Tailback
and safeiy of The sophomore Team.
summed up some of his feelings To-
ward The season. "I feel ThaT we
played our besT even Though we losT
The championship. The sophomore
coaches did a greoT job. Their work
wiTh us helped make our Team willing
To give our all To win."
The Junior VarsiTy Team also por-
Trayed Their enThusiasTlc spiriT on The
field. The Team parTicipaTed TogeTher
coming up wiTh eighT wins and losing
only Twice. Even Though iT was noT The
highesT scoring season, The J.V. Team
felT They were a unified group, showing
a sTrong hope for The varsiTy Team's
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8 Wilson 12
6 ST. Francis -42
24 Monrovia, 0
12 Burbank 0
24 y Glendale 3
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46 T Hoover 0
8 Pasadena 6
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O CrescenTa Valley' sy 47
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Tackled by The enemy, The receiver goes down.
DefeaTs were encounfered by J.V. and sophomore
Teams as well as greai viciories.
Showing greai persisTance, Kevin Miller aTTempTs To
bafile his enemy. Consfanly aTTacklng The opposing
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fumble, a sophomore displays his abilities.
Hard practices resulted in excellent Tackles
and creates hopes for next years Teams.
JV Football Team - Bottom Row: James Muro,
Robert Durbin, Donald Wood, Jeffrey Christmas, An-
drew Macias, William McKenzie, Craig McDonald,
Richard Pike, Row 2: Steven Shawl, Anthony Gallina,
Arihide Kato, Theodore McGuire, Scott Wessler,
Christopher Beanes, Gary G-apezzani, Steven Tran-
zow, Steven Holt. Top Row: Kelly Marshall, John Lea-
vitt, Joe Betancourt, Richard Williams, Donald
Wood, Jeffrey Wickline, Christian Colacito, Jay ln-
Sophmore Football Team - Bottom Row: Anthony
Rodriguez, Carlo Nicastro, William Leon, Scott
Aboud, Rob Avels, Steve Bisuano, William O'Conner.
Row 2: Daniel Bisuano, Don Widrig, Yoshi Shimizu,
Ryan McNeil, Rick Provenzano, Jim Bunnell, Jon
Newman, Steven Lindholm, Michael Fox. Row 3:
Robert Atkinson, Michael McCrummen, Michael
Bruni, Coach Ellsworth, Coach Wright, Coach Shep-
herd, Ed Benioff, Henry Chen, Michael Fabrl. Row 4:
Anthony Chen, Damon Groves, Anthony Colacito,
Dustin Dinmore, Eric Trapp, Jon Espenchiel, Brian
Moody, Jeremiah Carroll, James Marshall. Top Row:
Brendon Spencer, Todd Robbins. Bradley Jeffs, Guy
Alexander, Kevin Miller, Mark Nicoli, Mitch Sandin,
Justin Smith, James Martin.
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On your woy home from school did
you noTice The Arcodion sTudenTs run
ning? lf you did, you were wcrTching
The cross-counTry Teom. These deTer
mined people spenT long hours running
oround Arcodio To geT The feel of run
ning long disTonces. Boys vorsiTy yield
ed some ouTsTonding runners such os
Doniel Kobolo, WhiTney lVicDermuT
ond Jomes lTolio. They helped The
Tecim geT Through cr difficulT seoson
which ended in o 2-3 Ieogue record
The junior vorsiTy Teom hod on ex
cellenT yeor. Their skill led Them To sec
ond ploce in Their leogue ond o 3-2
The Girls VorsiTy Teom showed hord
work ond deTerminoTion during Their
Wdlker were key ployers during d
Tough seoson which ended in o 2-3
Cooch Greg Jones sold, "l om
pleosed wiTh This yeor's Teom, They
showed greoT improvemenT, ond I
hove high hopes for nexT yeors
Teom." He wos olso pleosed ThoT four
of his besT runners were inviTed To run in
The SunkisT lnviToTionol, o Two-mile re
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Poling, iviork Stephens. ChrisTopher Mew, Jeff Depry, ivlichoel Jonesin. Bock Row:
Ronald Fuller, Dorin Vercillo, Doniel Kobolo, GrcrnT Hohn, WhiTney McDermuT,
Jomes lTolio, BreT Kreier.
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wos on osseT To The cross-counTry Teom.
Using his speed, Doniel Kobolo wins
onoTher for The Apoches. His speed
mode him cross-counTry's fosTesT run-
ner Huffing and puffing, l?oberT Poling
mokes his woy To The finish line. DeTer-
minoTion wos needed To geT Through
GirI's Cross-Couniry - Froni Row: Wendy Morgan, Candice Ma- Overtcking her opponent, Raquel Zwick leads The
loney, CharloTTe Walker, KrisTy Gaines. Back Row: Coach Ron Morris, way To The finish line. Training was The key To her
Raquel Zwick, Doreen WaTson, Cciryn Sivas. success.
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Leading the pack, WhiTney McDerr'nuT shows his
'iii' i opponenTs The key To vicTory,
' Trapped omong his opponents, George Velasr
quez Tries To surge ahead. Skill and excellence
were needed To conquer The opponent
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Aggresslvely returnlng the ball, Shannon Toepfer demonstrates
skill and good technique. A strong offense led the team to its
Passing the ball to Stacey Pleholta, Andrea Tunnicliff displays ex-
cellent teamwork. Strong team unity was an important asset.
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Susan Harmon, Kendra Tarkanian, Andrea Case, Krista Klawitter, Debbie
Sneider. Back row: Stephanie Green, Shannon Toepfer, Andrea Tunnlcliff,
Stacey Picholta, Sarah Short, Wendy Dressen, Denise Fabbri, Coach
Shaking hands with members ot the opposing team, Sarah Short, Stephanie
Green, and Stacey Picholta complemented them on a challenging game.
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Blocking The ball, Megan Kennedy uses her
defensive skill To her Team's advanfage.
Quick reflexes used by The players resulfed in
an unbeafen season.
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Milinovich, Sfephanie Gould, Juli Hodson, Cassandra Croseffo, Sonja Dio-
kich, Melissa Vanllorn. Back Row: Coach Sean Daly, Claudia Frear, Susan
Tressel, Chrisfine Taddei. Chrisfa Bjordahl, Cherie Albrechf, Brooke Burdick,
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WhaT did The GirI's Varsity Volley-
ball Team have ThaT made Them so
unbeatable? ParT of Their secref was
hard work, deferminafion and Team
uniTy. The girls sTarTed Their season ear-
ly, pracficing five hours a day mosf of
The summer To develop and perfecf
Their skills wiTh The coaching of Charles
Freberg. This dedicafion paid off in The
end wifh The Team remaining unde-
feafed and qualifying for CIF playoffs
The Team also had a special close-
ness which was evidenT in The way
They played. According To Debbie
Sneider, "This year There was a loT of
Team spiriT which helped bring us closer
TogeTher." This all added up To make
The Team a success.
The J.V. Team vicforiously followed
The varsiTy's lead and also wenT unde-
feaTed under coach Sean Daly. The
consisTenT success of boTh Teams
demonsTraTed The superioriTy of The
volleyball program aT Arcadia High
3 2 Temple Ciiy 4 1
3 2 San Gabriel O 'l
2nd Place Arc. lnviTaTion
3 2 Soufh Pasadena O O
3 2 San Marino O O
lsf Place Temple CiTy Tour
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2 l Hoover g O 0
2 Pasadena 1 O
2 Glendale P O 0
2, T Creselrifayalley O 0
2 T Muir i2,s T 0 O
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Alligafors are ierocious and swifl
animals which possess killer insiincis.
The Apache GaTors CThe Arcadia Wa-
Ter Polo Teamsj lived up To Their nick-
name. The varsiTy Team, coached by
Raymond PeTerson, concluded iTs sea-
son wiTh an overall score aT 5-17. Even
Though iT was noT The highesT scoring
season for The varsiTy Team, The group
gained sTrengTh and experience in The
sporT. Goalie Paul ToTTon said, "We
made iT Through The.year and had a
preTTy good Time." Basically, This was a
season of developing skill and Team
The J.V. Team, coached by Chuck
WiTkofsky, developed Their skills and
swimming abiliTies and holds a sTrong
promise for nexT year's varsiTy Team.
"The season Turned ouT OK, buT nexT
year's varsiTy Team will be much beT-
Ter," said David Shahoian, The MosT
Valuable J.V. Player.
The sophomore Team was also
coached by WiTkofsky. M.V.P. Joh-
naThan Schafer conTribuTed To The
Team efforT, while sophomore NaThan
Jones claimed, "This year was a good
experience because we goT To learn
The feel of The game."
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7 13 3 El Rancho 14 11 14
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lom Row: ChrisTopher Morrow.
Noriaki Mirsuoka, Joe Oh. Row 2:
NaThan Jones, JohnaThan
Schafer, Chris Morra, RoberT Zir-
ovich. Top Row: Coach Chuck
WiTkofsky, ChrisTopher Cereal,
Ahempllng lo escape The clufches of
an opposing player, Charles Deal skill-
fully maneuvers The ball To keep The
varsiTy Team on Top.
Flylng al The speed of Ilghl pas? The
opposing goalie, The ball falls inTo The
neT. Michael Parker knew Thar quick
shoTs aT The goal were The key To high
With complete control over hls opponent, Charles Deal looks for an
open team mate.
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ty, Chuck Besocke, Ohmi Talsahoshi, Philip Lo. Row 2: Coach
Chuck Witkofsky, John VanDerPlos, David Shahoian, Abraham
Domain, Row 3: Dwaine White, Kristie Whipple, Eric Foster,
Evan McCallum. Top Row: Jack Lin, Alan Chen, Jun-Hong Min.
Wcterpolo - Bottom Row: Richard Lovrensky, Charles Deal, Jeffrey Petterson, Row 2:
Werner, Robert Yew, Michael Shu. Top Row: Coach Raymond Petterson, Paul Totten, Bryan
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Going lor the hlgh ball, Suzanne Kayzek tries for a
Julie Verrona and Shelley Saftler prepare to go to
after-school Tennis practice. Hard work and intense
practice resulted in long-lasting friendship.
Serving on oce, varsity player Susan May scores a
point. Great serves were often the key to a victori-
Returning o difficult serve, varsity player Kristen Henderson
makes a great shot, A strong swing and a good eye were
necessities for outstanding tennis players.
Girls Junlor Varslty Tennls - Bottom Row: Julie Verrona, Shelley Saftler. Middle Row: Karen Kob,
Kurimoto, Karen Chung, Susan Ser, JoJo Hsu, Jung-Sun Ahn. Back Row: Angela Lin, Angela Liu, Cindy
Christine Hsu, Danielle Miller, Lita Aubry, Michelle Bosman, Diana Giakas, Tammy Kim,
"Anyone for tennis?" This was a
common auesflon asked among
The ouTsTanding 4986 girls Tennis
players. For The ninTh year in a row
The Girls VarsiTy Tennis Team com-
peted in The C.l.F. playoffs, wlTh an
overall score of 47-4. The 32 singles
player in The Pacific League, Jenni-
fer Wall, and The 44 doubles Team in
The Pacific League, Susan lvlay and
Allison Persing, represenfed Arcadia
in The C.l.F.'s. Lauren Englund said,
IT was an exciTing year because
The players were friendly and every-
one was dedicaTed To The game."
The J.V. Team also had an excel-
lenT season. Top singles player Shelly
SafTler and i7f4 J.V. doubles Team
Julie Verrona and Tammy Kim con-
TrlbuTed To The overall success of
The Team. "'86 was a good season
and now Thaf we have more exper-
ience we will probably do even beT-
Ter nexT year," concluded J.V. dou-
bles partners Jung-Sun Ahn and
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42 8 Weslridge 6 40
44 44 Claremont 7 7
7 40 S. Pasadena 44 8
42 40 San Gabriel 6 8
47 45 Charter Oak 4 3
43 9 S. Pasadena 5 T9
46 44 San Marino 2 A
48 48 Muir . 4 4
45 43 Hoover 3 5
48 46 Pasadena 0 2
43 44 Glendale 5 A
48 47 Crescenta Valley 0 4
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42 48 Crescenta Valley 6 0
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rls Varsity Tennis - Bottom Row: Suzanne Kayzek, Angela Sudjono, Karen Trump, Leslie Deo. I 1'
ck Row: Maura Hudson. Margaret Chu. Lauren Englund, KrisTen Henderson, Christine Persing.
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54 B Hoover . 55
46 Glendale y 74
64 A CrescenTa Valley T 75
59 A Muir . 72
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55 Glendale 7 84
734 CrescenTa Valley 65
69 WalnuTi 77
346 Alhambra . 83
68 Blair 67
50 - Monrovia 54
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54 La Canada 54
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53 A Moringside 76
43 Wesr Covina 45
55 SouTh Pasadena 45
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The 4987 Boy's VarsiTy BaskeTbalI
Team dribbled, passed, and scored
Their way To an overall good season.
Hard praciicing and Team work lead
To Their conclusive score of 2-40.
Coached by Ed Ramirez, The boys
consTanTly worked and pracTiced, im-
proving Their skills as boTh individuals
and a Team uniT.
The Team exhibiTed an incredible
amounT of efforT, consisTenTly showing
iT in Their Team work. Their games were
exTremely close scoring, and They of-
Ten jusT couldn'T pull Through To a win.
Also, The group faced Tough com-
peTiTion. All in all, iT was a well-spenT
season, holding high hopes for nexT
Boys VarsiTy BciskeTball - Boi-
Tom Row: Andrew Hodson, Mou-
hir Hajjar, Coach Ed Ramirez.
Craig Newman, Alex Thurman.
Top Row: Richard Lang, Andrew
Dahring, Frank Alfonso, Marc
Woodward, STeven Lunn, Don-
ald GranT, KrisTofer Van Osdel.
Sireiching To his full potential-
ity, Alex Thurman successfully
scores a poinT for The Apaches.
Tall "dudes" were an asseT To
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Hodson is caughT in midair, exemplify-
ing his perfecl form.
Preparing To dribble past his opponent,
Woodward peers for an open Team member
pass To. Team work and uniTy were necessnies
any vicTorious Team.
Going for the jump ball, Varsity player Donald Grant beats his oppo-
nent to the ball. The start of the game proved to be very important to
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Preparing to pass the ball, Michael Mc Govern looks for an
unguarded team member. It was often ci difficult task to pass the
ball when being guarded by the opponent.
Going lor the rebound, varsity player Andrew Dahring uses his
skill and ability to get the extra point. Skillfull rebounds were often
used by Apache basketball players.
Boys Varsity Basketball
Pressure is placed on Henry Chen while the players woit in anticipation of the following shot.
Soph Boys Basketball: Jack Choo, Jeff Wilson, Jeff Coleman, Sean Hutche-
son, Don Rohrer, Joel Melton, Jim Martin, Ben Chung, Wayne Poon, Rick
Ramage, Charlie Chu,
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JV Boys Basketball - Bottom Row: Brian Haworth, Gary Liu, Jack Chen,
Kevin Kurimaya, Matthew Milinoyich, Jimmy Woo, Hyun Kim. Top Row: Coach
Tipton, Travis Rogers, Sang Park, Derik Pedranti, Mike Fricke, Yoda Shen,
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lo block his opponeT.
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The Boys Junior VarsiTy and Sopho-
more BaskeTball Teams showed much
efforT and enThusiasm This season.
Working hard and pracTicing daily, The
boys proved Their dedicaTion To The
Team and The game.
For boTh Teams, 'IO87 was Tough, buT
The players had many accomplish-
menTs and award winning plays in boTh
offense and defense. Coach TipTon
and Coach Ramirez helped The Teams
by increasing Their enThusiasum and
giving Them exTra moTivaTion.
ln The end, The group ThoughT They
had learned a greaT deal in The arT of
baskeTball, mosT likely conTribuTing To
The success of fuTure Apache baskeT-
ball Teams. AHS can be proud of These
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The 4987 Girl's VorsiTy BoskeT-
boil Tedrn demonsTrdTed iTs de-
TermindTion ThroughouT The seo-
son. The girls worked well TogeTh-
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Their sTrongesT osseTs. Under The
cooching of John Nowo, The girls
worked hdrd. Even when The
Teorn did noT win iTs gomes, The
girls mode Their opponenTs sTrug-
gle for Their wins. According To
Brook Burdick, "We olwoys Tried
our besT even Though we didn'T
The Junior VorsiTy Teorn under
Cooch Riggio olso proved To be
Tough compeTiTion To iTs oppo-
nenTs ond demonsTroTed enThusi-
osm ond drive ThroughouT The
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Dribbllng quickly around The defense,
Kelly Archibold keeps her eye on The bdll.
Hondling The boil Took coordinoTion ond
Looking for an opening, Jenny Chen fokes To her rig
Quick Thinking wos essenTiol for success.
Jumping above her opponent, Suzanne
Kayzek aims for The boskeT as Team maTes
Shannon Stone, and Alicia Olsen back her up.
Aiming tor the hoop, Shannon STone goes for The poinTs. Making baskets was a
common occurrence with The Girls VarsiTy Basketball Team,
Mapping out plays, coach Riggio shows The J.V. Team members winning sTraTegies.
Thinking ahead gave The team a successful season.
GIrI's Varsity Vasketball - Bottom Row: Amy Ol-
son, Suzanne Kayzek, Bianca Howard. Top Row:
Jeanie Sutton, KrisTa Klawitter, Traci Sabuni, Alicia
Olsen, Shannon Stone, Kelly Archibald, Brooke Bur-
J.V. Basketball - Bottom Row: CaThy Miller, Jenny
Chen, Top Row: CynThia Fuglie, Ali Hall, Melanie Me-
linovich, Christie Parille, Lisa Vounessi, Kailen Fisher,
Girls BaskeTbaIl 6
Varslty Soccer-Row 1: Eugene Ma, Jeff Petersen, Richard Swatzentruber. Javier Jimenez, Steve Bisuane, David
Bridgeman, Juilian De Sigio, Robert Jordan, Sean Batten Row 2: Coach Jim Parker, Stephen Cashion, Mark Kettell,
James Marshall, Todd Samms, Todd Connors, John Danciart, Tomaso Tarantino, Robert Silverthorn.
Ryan Hunt prepares to get the ball out ol Apache
J.V, Soccer-Row 1: John Shaefer, Kyle Short, Lou Nastri. Tetsu Tsuji, Paul Porter, Todd Kaberlein, lndino Chakrabati, Scott Baker, Sean . .
Bolten Row 2: Jeff Folsom, Scott Wessler, Peter Bashurt, Peter Betancourt, Dandy Waite, Byran Hillibran, Michael Cuadros, Scott terrnory' Many. Tough produces were needed To
Shernpsen, Ryan Hunt, Dalsuke Yamashiro. Brett Nolan, Coach Joe Archer. Iecm this Yechmque-
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70 Boys VarsityfJ.V. Soccer him complete this task successfully. Tarantino's control of the ball.
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PASS IT! GO FOR THE GOAL!
SHOOT! SCORE! l-love you heard These
words around The field? If so, you have
been llsienlng To The VarsiTy and Junior
VarsiTy Boys Soccer Teams.
This year's VarsiTy Team was noTed
for iTs youTh. WiTh only four seniors, This
Team faced a Tough season agalnsT
oTher Teams wiTh much more exper-
iennce. WiTh The Tremendous improve-
menT and efforT made This year, nexT
year's season looks promising. David
Bridgeman commenTed, "For a young
Team, I Think we did preTTy well, buT
nexT year expecT us To be one of The
Top Teams in C.l.F."
The Junior VarsiTy Team, according
To Coach Parker, "showed a loT of de-
sire To pracTice hard and achieve
greaTness." They had a good year
from hard work and deTerminaTion.
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Blocking the ball in mid air MerediTh Hill
showed her skrlls by successfully rnTercepTlng o
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rn order To sfop qurck punfs ond posses
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cord reochrng The CIF ployoffs The
gurls exempllfed o greoT omounT of Tol
enTs Through Teomwork proT1ces ond
coochrng Due To exTremely Tough
compeTlTuon Thelr seoson sTorTed
bumpy buT soon The pieces come To
geTher ond Thelr True Tolenf shlned
Through Cooched by Chuck WlTofsky
ond John GorTon The gurls developed
o feellng of frlendshrp ond unlTy
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sTondlng seoson They ploced second
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:shed The seoson undefeoTed
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Girls Varsity Soccer - Bottom Row: Melissa Van Horn.
Julie Decastro, Monique Tjaden, Candice Maloney, Julie
Harrison, Teresa Brighouse. Danielle Deyarmond, Barbara
T Hannah. Top Row: Coach Chuck Witofsky. Ruth Kuo, Kris'
ten Cook. Tricia Reno, Teresa Smaldino, Meredith Hill,
Sarah Short, Stephanie Zoccoli. Andrea Case, Krista Bjhor-
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Charging aggressively down
the tield, Ruth Kuo displays her
speed and agility. These were
techniques required for a great
Taking a time out, the varsity
soccer team discusses offensive
plans. Communication was a
key to the team's excellence.
Girls J.V. Soccer - Bottom Row: Jennifer Schube, Trisha Mc Namee, Kristine
Lechler, Colleen Tjaden, Julie Hodsen, Kathleen Lewis, Diana Giakas. Top Row:
Julie Cashin, Joni Macardican. Dynese Schiffilea, Jill Oakley, Julie Verrona, Shelley
Sattler, Kristen Kupper, Christin Avels, Debora Wilbur, Melissa Sexton, Manager
Amy I-lill, Coach Emma Walde.
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Hitting a home run, Steve Whipple puts ol! his strength
behind his powerful hit,
Throwing the ball trom second base, Dustin Pike com-
pletes on out.
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the bciseboll with precision,
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waits for the ball to leave the opposing pitcher's Charles Emerson uses his skill and timing
hand to complete the out
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rick Mike Sherman Chris McCarn Dominic Medina Row2 Kevin
Oliver Tommy Greep Charles Emerson Steve Wipple Jay ln
gram Steven Masone David Larson Top Row Coach Melers
Mark Smith Peter Smaldino Mark Woodward Eric Gruben David
Perfectly pitching the ball Dominic Medina extends his body
with the skill needed for a perfect strike
Beginning the season on the right
toot the Boys Varsity Baseball Team
underwent hours of pre season prac
trces which continued throughout the
year Constantly learning and building
up their strength the team practiced
daily until 6 OO p m This dedication as
well as the strong coaching of Tom
Meiers paid off
Justin Smith a VarsityfJV Baseball
player explained that the varsity
team has a lot of promise because
there are so many fine athletes return
ing from last year s dominating team
Coach Meiers puts the players through
a three year plan so that when the
players are on Varsity they bring maxi
mum potential in contrast to other
teams single year programs
In the end as in past years the Var-
sity Baseball team kept the Apaches
reputation where it belonged
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more Baseball Teams found Them
selves in a season full of success
The JV Team sTood ouT because of
exceIlenT coaching and Team uniTy
Learning was one of The mosT impor
TanT aspecTs of The Team, for The guys
were consTanTly improving Their skills
Bob RichTer commenTed "Our Team is
one of The besT and we have an ex
celienT chance for a greaT season
The Sophomore Team's perfor
mance was similar To ThaT of The JV
Team. Coached by Gene Shepard
They had an excelIenT year and prom
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Woodall, Kevin Kuyamlra, Brian
Goodrich, Todd Harman, Richard
SwarTzenTruber. Row 2: STeve HolT,
Mike Spaniard, Eric SheeTs, Jim
Aiwasian, Sfeve Fischer, JusTin
SmiTh. Top Row: Carlos Poniqqua.
Aaron Holmes, Bob RichTer, Ben
Mooneyhan, Ted Pilmore.
Boys Sophomore Baseball - Bot-
tom Row: Louie MasTri, David Burg.
Steven Bisuano, Richard Garcia.
Row 2: Alex Reyes, William O'Con-
ner, Danny Bisuano, Jason Werbo-
low, Michael Fox. Top Row: TimoThy
Frydendal, Jerimia Carol, Coach
Bruce, Coach Shepard, Donny
Rhore, Eric Trap.
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the pitch with a bang.
With one eye on the pitcher and one eye on the runner at base Amy Lewis
prepares herself for whatever might happen.
A surprise bunt by Missy Van Horn catches Arcadia's opponents off
guard and advances our players a base. Teamwork was the key to
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A strong hit sends the ball out in right field and gets Stacey
Roberts to first base.
GIrI's J.V Softball - Front Row: Kelly Reinke, Marinie Berg'
land, Cathi Miller, Jenny Chen. Row 2: Jenny Schube. Juli
Hodson, Melanie Milinivich, Cherie Albrecht, Geri Curtis.
Coach Tipton. Back Row: Julie Verrona. Joni tviacarodican,
Jennifer Phillips, Vickey Asher. Jill Oakley, Dana Elliot,
78 Girl's VarsityfJ,V. Softball
Girls Varsity Sottball - Front Row: Coach Roberts, Dynese Schiffilea, Missy Van
Horn, Paige Conner. Row 2: Coach Nowa, Suzanne Fauria, Anne Marie King, Amy
Lewis, Krista Klawitter, Kimberly Humphrey. Row 3: Alicia Olsen, Teresa Smaldino,
Laurie Turunen, Stacey Roberts, Michelle Giles, Jeanie Sutton. Back Row: Shari
Suzanne Fauria watches for the catcher's signal and prepares to pitch the ball. The
pitcher and catcher work together to surprise the batter.
Could this be the winning run? Here
I go . . . slide . . . you're safe! We won,
we won! Does this scene seem famil-
lar? lt is an everyday experience for
the Varsity and Junior Varsity Softball
With many tough practices, the
teams refined their strategies and the
skills needed to have a successful sea-
son. Working together all season and
encouraging and helping each other,
the Varsity team members kept the
spirit of the team alive.
"We have a strong team," said
Cherie Albrecht when asked about the
Junior Varsity team. With determina-
tion and skill, this team gained the con-
fidence to do its best and to never
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The Boys Volleyball Teams succeeded
Through Techniques of spiking. serving
and bumping The ball over The neT and
To The Top. Placing Third in C.l.F. lasT
year, The VarsiTy Team was exTremely
sirong. ReTurning players Perry CarTer
Brian Daly, Eric SeasTead, and Randy
Wilson used Their experience To lead
The Team To vicTory. while Their well
rounded and famous coach Chuck
Freberg, guided The gang wiTh his ex
perTise, allowing Them To dominaTe
Their league. David Bridgeman
claimed, "if we execuTe The Things
we're suppossed To. I Think we should
Take The C.l.F.'s.
The JV Team did noT lag behind The
VarsiTy Team, since They Too had one
of The sTrongesT Teams ever. JV had no
playoffs, buT They should do well in Their
TournamenTs, along wiTh Taking Their
league, Through Their Team efforT and
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CarTer follows Through compleTely.
Returning a serve from the opposing
team, James Gekas hiTs The ball wiTh
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Row: Craig Newman, James Mar-
shall. David Bridgeman, ScoTT Olm-
sTead. Ty ErnT. Top Row: Perry
CarTer. Randal Wilson. MaTThew
Windsor. Eric SeasTeadT, KurT Gam-
bel, Eric ZeuTzius, Jim RobeTs, Brian
Daly, Coach Charles Freberg.
Boys JV Volleyball - Bottom
Row: Chrlsiine Lechler. Sean Gor-
man. MaTThew Ready. Chi Kahuna,
Kevin Miller. Julie Cashin. Top Row:
Coach Sean Daly, William Mc Ken-
zie, Jason Van Genderen. ScoTT Al-
brecht. James Gekas. Ryan
Deeker, Guy Alexander, James
Hanrahan, Derek Aberle, ScoTT
Bayllso. Bob Perez.
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and form. High jumps were necessary for high scores.
Observing a iough game, Randy Wilson, Kurt Gamble, Craig
Newman, Mallhew Ready, show their Team spirit while silling
on the sidelines.
Using his flexobllliy, Kurl Gamble saves the ball and makes a point for his Team.
Boys VarsityfJ.V. Volleyball
Serving on oce, Ted McGuire ThrusTs forword inTo his winning serve
FonTosTic serves were olwoys The key To his viclory.
Swinging sTrongIy To reiurn o difficult
shoT, junior Pdul PorTer rushes To com-
pleie his shoT. Aggressiveness wos one
offensive skill used by mony boys in
Their vorious Tennis rnofches.
ReTurning o serve wiih d leisurely fore-
hond, Eugene Mo disploys his noTurol
form. Long hord procTices improved
The overoll performonoes of mony Ten-
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:iys Varsiiy Tennis - Boiiom Row: Jin Lee, Sen Fu Chen. PeTer
hun, Roberf Chang, Jeff Carr, Cliff Lin, Chanley Chu, Tom Hsiung.
ap Row: Ted Nuygen, James Lewis, Duane Fellows, Sang Park.
ling Jin Kim, Mike Hsu, Coach Dohling.
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Jeff Carr, Roy Kuo, Mike Chang, John Tsai, Daryl Bohn, Roberi
Chang, Top Row: George Sun, Ryan Bixby, Daryl Bohn. Eric Silva,
Mike Wang, Shuighi Negishi, Yoshikazu Morizuka, Jin Lee, Theodore
Mc Guire, Cliff Lin, Paul Nissan. Tom Hsiung, Coach Rambo.
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Tudes and performances of The Boys
VarsiTy and Junior VarslTy Tennis
Teams. STrenuous praciices allowed
The players To improve Their perfor-
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selves Through Their Tough compeii-
Tions, The Team's hard work and dedi-
caTion paid off, as iT ended The season
on a successful fooT. The excelleni
coaching by Coach Dohling greaTly
conTribuTed To The ouTcome of The
Swinging iTs way To The Top, The Ju-
nior VarsiTy Team excelled as well.
Hard work produced a sTrong uniT,
backed by Coach Rambo. In The end,
The Junior VarsiTy Team gained exper-
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ParTicipaTing in individual compeTi
Tion, boTh The VarsiTy and Junior VarsiTy
Golf Teams, coached by John DuharT
showed Their disTlncT skills Through an
overall Team efforT. Experience along
wiTh skill conTribuTed To The success of
Arcadia High's VarsiTy Golf Team
showed iTs skill and poTenTial and may
even have a chance To win The C.l.F
wiTh The help of key players Derek
lVluro, Don Kulberg, Tom Huawk, plus
The supporT of The resT of The Team
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hoped To make iT To The Top
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his puT ConcenTraTlon was a major asseT To all players
Putting down The lawn Julie BreiTbarTh exemplifies perfecf form and
conTrol Being The only female Apache golf player, she proved if was a
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barth, Tim Lothar. Top Row: Oliver Fry, Kevin Gaddey, Bradley
Scott, Mark Thompson, Donald Kuhlberg, Derek Nluro, Anth-
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sends the ball across the green. Strength aicl-
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Thrusting through the water, racer Dennis McGuinley demonstrates
perfect form and style with his butterfly stroke. Practice paid off with
At the shot of the gun, Dwayne White enters
the water with a backstroke dive. Quick
stunts were necessary for a strong and well-
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Brooks, and Charles Deal take a quick breather. Strong
and long lasting friendships were often created between
Reaching the end of the race, Apache swimmers Mark , 'Wg
Welch and Tim Chen compete in the backstroke.
Swiftness and agility led the boys swimming teams to vic-
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xander Morawec, Peier Burnakie, MariT Bower, MaTThew Jones. Row 2:
ilip Lo, Dell Brooks, Alan Chen, Mark Welch, Bob Zirovich. Row 3: Allen
o, William Dougherly, Eric FosTer, Mike Besocke, Michael Werner, Charles
al, Evan Mc Callum, Coach Kardos. Top Row: Paul Chen, David Shao-
n, Dennis Mc Guinlev, Tim Jones, NaThon Jones, John Schaffer, Joe Oh.
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wiThouT a coach, The Boys Swimming
Teams managed To recover iTs
Apache pride when iTs new coach,
Coach Kardos was appoinTed. Accus-
Tomed To lax afTer-school pracTices,
The guys began To improve Their skills
and al:niliTy Through These inTense wor-
kouTs, leading Them To a well-rounded
Swimmer Tim Chen commenTed, "ln
The pasT we haven'T had much depTh
in our Team. This year we seem To have
a more balanced and uniTed group.
We sure hope The hard work and exTra
hours will pay off." Many of The key
swimmers were missing, buT wiTh perse-
verance The Team held sTrong.
The Junior VarsiTy Team manged To
follow The VarsiTy's fooTsTeps wiTh hard
workouTs and Through experiencing
The Thrill of compeTiTion.
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ThroughouT Their season, The
Girl's Swim Team consTanTly
showed iTs pride, enThusiasm,
Team spiriT, and drive. Acoording
To Sarah Hahn, "This year's Team
worked hard and developed a
loT of good Techniques." This hard
work resulTed in a sTrong Team
ThaT aways demonsTroTed iTs de-
sire and deTerminaTlon To win.
Their compeTiTors found ThaT The
girls were a hard Team To beaT.
Team spiriT also played a signifi-
canT pari in The girls' success. The
girls supporTed each oTher enThu-
siasTically, and This helped To
bring The girls closer TogeTher as a
The Junior VarsiTy Team also
demonsTroTed The same enThusi-
asm, pride, and deTerminaTion.
This conTinuous supporT of The
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Row ElizobeTh Archibald.
Debbie Sneider MerediTh
Kaplan Jeanie Moore, Ales-
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Row 2 Maria Sansui. Brenda
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Larrazolo Allison TieTz. Third
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Row Sarah Hahn Brooke Bur-
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Determined to relain her leam's lead, Elizabeth Archibald swims
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Don GrcrnT shows his skill in The Triple jump.
Speeding down the track, Andrew Dhorihg jumps over The hurdles.
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teir event, Conditioning helped the runners to do better in their races,
Boys Varsity Track - Front Row: Tyler
Crawford, Del Peterson, Jim Italia, Bret
Kreier, Dan Kabala, Gary Gapozzoni, Eric
Belcher, Steve Provenzano, Rick Proven-
zano, John Durbin, Jeff Choung, Peter
Huang. Row 2: Darren Dunway, Grant
Hann, Johnny Chu, Dan Schellenger,
Andy Dahring, Don Grant, Mark Solomin.
Frank Chen, Brian Koshibioshi, Steve Julio,
Anthony Bontempo. Row 3: Brandon
Dunaway, Henry Choi, Brian Mc Pherson.
Chris Porter, Matt Bond, Damon Groves,
Steve Shaul, Bob Durbin, Joe Niswonger,
Gary Verhulp, Row 4: John Leavit, Colin
Policky, Peter Betancourt, Scott Baker.
Sheriif Matlar, Raafat Matar, Rob Poling,
Jeff De Pry, Scott Mew. Standing: Steve
Powell, Darin Vercillo, Mitch Sandlin,
George Bels, Mike Bivokik, Jaz Nijjar, Eric
Chan, Ron Fuller, Kevin Scroggs, Top
Row: Tim Malloy, Mark Stephens.
Some advice is given to Rick Pro-
venzano from a friend on his perfor-
mance in his event. By discussing
their events, the runners were able
to improve their time.
The gun goes off and a mass of
bodies runs toward the finish., ln the
background one can hear the grunts
of the shotputters. The bodies pass the
long jump and then the high jump.
Slowly the leader emerges and the
race is over.
This was a typical scene on Arca-
dia's new all weather track where the
Boys Varsity Track team participated
in each of its events. Coach Jones
commented, l'The boys are working to
improve on last year's second place."
From starts to restarts and high jumps
to low jumps, each member practiced
his technique until it was perfect, Con-
fident and determined best described
the team this season.
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Leaping, jumping, Throwing, and
sprmhng Their way Through The 1987
season, The Girls Track Teams broke
Through The finish line and ended in a
successful season lVlainTaining The suc
cess and repuTaTion of previous years
The Team proved To be a promineni
dominahng uniT as The individual aTh
leTes supporfed each oTher wiTh en
couragemenT confidence and en
The girls worked hard for Their vicTo
ries as counTless pracTices builT up Their
speed sTamina and personal graTifi
caTion This resulTed in a group of hard
working dedicaTed Apache aThleTes
Guided by Coach Jones The Girls
Track Team definaTely sTrode To ex
cellence The annual Arcadia InviTa
Tlonal was an evenf ThaT was enjoyed
by all As promineni runner Jennifer
Holmes concluded IT was an excel
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Jennifer Holmes, Caryn Sivas, Wendy Morgan, Carolyn Hall, Krisien Darw
Row 2: Chrisfy Parille, Jennifer Shively, Robin i-lenkels, Melissa Charlion, E
Gardner, Kylee Pierce. Top Row: Krissy Kupper, KrisTa Bjordahl, Raquel Zwic
Joanne Swenson, Linda Benihoff, Bianca Howard.
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Passing The baTon in The four-man relay
race, Wendy Morgan places The ba-
Ton info Nisha Desai's hand wifh ease.
Skill and pracTice was required for The
successful relays exemplified by
Leaping over a hurdle, Krisfa Bjordahl
Takes The lead.
Leaping over the hurdle, Jennifer Shively
faces tough competition. Strength and bal-
ance were necessary for successful hurdle
Throwing a record shotput ot 35 teet, Linda
Benioff displays the strength of her body.
Stretching and preparing both mentally
and physically tor a race, Robin Henkels
looks forward to facing her opponets. This
preparation helped the girls, leading them to
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Caught ln midalr and while high jumping, Bianca Howard
reaches the height of 5 feet, A inches,
Absorbing the sun, boogie bodrder Eric Foster
takes o break from the chilling thrill of the waves.
Boogie boarders could enjoy the surf if equipped
with wet suits, fins, and of course, a boogie board.
Four feet in the air doing o flying reverse crescent,
John Silver practices an attack on his opponent,
Gregory Matson, who is trying a spinning reverse
sweep. Karate required practice, discipline, and
Shooting a game of pool, a friend, Melissa Johnson, and
Kimberly Suell spend their free time playing this indoor
94 Fun 'N' Sports
Sunning and sailing were a great combina-
tlon when Christine Taddei, Jennifer l-lolmes,
Kristen Darwin, and Janine Rocaue spent a
fun day in the sun at Long Beach Harbor.
After hitting the slopes, Eva Long, Danielle
Martinez, and Kimberly Embury take a break
at the Snow Summit Snack Shop, Snow skiing
was a popular winter sport, whether you
,Nui went locally or to the more distant Colorado.
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to catch some waves, Frank Harper drifts in the water at l-luntingtion Beach. A
recreation, surfing was often the perfect way for students to spend their free time
Sportsl They came in all shapes and sizes,
ranging from a strategic game of bowling to the
challenge of downhill skiing No matter how well
one excelled in his particular recreation, the pur-
pose was to have FUN'
From A to Z students chose their favorite re-
Aerobics Keep in shape while bopping to mu-
Bowiing: A group could bring a few strikes into
their evening by taking o trip tothe bowling
alley. . A A
Cycling: Strong legs were the key.
Drag Racing: Rowdy guys enjoyed showing oft
their hot rods,
Eating: When not up to strenous exercising.
Fencing: Dernanded quick reflexes and a
sharp sword, V
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Hang Gliding: Needed courage andia toler-
ance for high altitudes. ,
Ice Skating: An indoor sport for .those who
didnt mind getting a few bruises.
Jogging: Exercised the heart and helped to
lose weight. ' -
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Ott-Roading: Fun inthe desert, mountains, or
'Poloz High-class sport required. o good horse,
Quail Hunting: Unique food and fun combined
in one. s
Rowing: A strenuous task which built strength
and stamina. ' V
Surfing: Provided a dark tan while catching
Tap Dancing: lf your toes twinkled, then tap
. Underwater Snorkeling: For you lf you loved
the underwater world. ' f s
Volleyball! Played on the beach with friends.
Water Skiing: Enjoyed with friends and famiiy.
' Xylophone Playing: For musically inclined peo-
ple. with a good ear. '
Yoga: Mental and physcial form of exercise.
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Emotions are any specific feeling of
various complex reacTions wiTh boih
menfal and physical display. To an aTh-
leTe emoTions were pari of The The
game, expressing happiness aT a win-
ning goal, disappoinTmenT aT a bad
pass, and even fear of a Tough oppo-
neni. 'Ther players' emoiion of vicTory
and loss greaTlyi influenced fans,
coaches, and Team members To feel
The same way.
Happiness is a feeling of greai plea-
sure or joy. SomThing posiTive caused
This feeling wheTher iT be a viciorious
game, a good play, or a sTrong Team
efforf. Winning, Though wanied by all,
was noi always The key To happiness
- raTher. a sfrong Team uniTy was The
soluiion. Happiness was shown byloud
cheering and yelling from friends,
coaches, and fans. s -
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saTisfy hopes or expecTaTions,To leave
unsaTisfied. A faTe aThleTe haied To
encounier. Every aThleTe aT one Time
oranoiher experienced This feeling by
making abad play or losingra game To
an easy opponent Coaches ofien
gave pep Talks To Their Teams, while
The fans yelled encouraglngly, in order
To pull The players ouT of This negaiive
, Fear is a feeling of uneasiness or
dread. A Team mighi fear an exfreme-
ly Tough Topponeni. or an individual
aihleie mighi fear a specificgperson
from The oTher Team. During playoffs,
fear was a naTural ernoiion and was
ofTen experienced by The audience
and coaches, aswell as The players.
when a serious injury was inflicTed on a
Anger is a feeling of hosTiliTy, usually
showing ifself in a desire To fighT back
aT The cause of The feeling, Anger was
experienced by everyone - oThe-
leies, coaches, and fans, ATheleTes
somefimes gof angry aT each oTher
due To a bad play or a "ball hog,"
Coaches, on The oTher hand, were of-
Ten seen yelling on The sidelines aT ref-
erees and players, Taking The risk of
being "red carded" by The "ref," The
crowd reacTed wiTh angryyells, loud
'Tboo's", and Thumbs down aT a bad
play or a bad call. As a feeling ThaT
whaT is waniedwill happen,ihope is
The basis for every Type of sporT aT
Arcadia High. Each Team . member,
coach, and fan hoped for The besT
season possible. 1
While in midair, acrobaiic swimmer Chuck Besocke dis-
plays an expression of concenTraTion, due To his efforT
pui inTo his back flip. Conceniraiion was a common
feeling among sTrong willed aTheleTes.
Feei dangling in The pool and expressionless, Rich-
ard Lovrenski and Donald Kuhlberg exemplify boredom
while waiiing for Their coach. Boredom accompanied
many Teams on long bus rides or waiis before The
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Viciory cries ring Through The field and The varsiiy fooTball Team afier an excellenT win
The Apaches. Team uniiy and effori always paid off aT The end, resuliing in The
goal of a solid win.
Efforilessly dribbling the ball, girls varsiTy soccer player STeph-
anie Zocolli skillfully maneuvers herself wiTh an expression of hope
Happy to be victorious, varsiTy swimmers Doreen Masseling.
Maria Sansui, Maria LanozoTo, Robyn Fincher, and Shannon
Toepher display Their Team spiriT and friendship.
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Anxlously waiting The outcome of a close game, The girls varsiTy volleyball Team
wiTh coach Charles Freberg nervously peer over The sidelines.
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The closest thing AHS had to compare to a college
rush was Club Day. On this day early in the year, all the
clubs set up booths where they tried to show how much
fun their club was and to encourage new members to
join. ln his sophomore year, My Owner was overcome by
school spirit and interest to get involved in campus activi-
Watching his participation in club activities, l gained a
new respect for the students at AHS. They seemed able
to work together and learn how to respect other peo-
ple's values. My Owner always had an obscure hobby,
but when he reached AHS, he discovered that there was
a club just for students who enjoyed the same pastime,
this gave My Owner a sense thathe was wanted and
that he had a "place" in such a strange, new school.
Not only were there special interest clubs where any-
one could join at any time of the year, but there were
also clubs such as Kiowas, Senior Men, and Orchesis
where students had to apply to see if they met the
requirements of the club. There was great prestige in
being accepted into these clubs with the policy "mem-
bers only" and l, as a Members Only jacket, represent
the competitive age where everyone vies for recogni-
tion. Whether in a "members only" club or an 'iopen"
club, students made new friends, shared a common in-
terest, and enjoyed new experiences. This friendly ca-
maraderie enabled the students to be "On Top."
As tension builds, Phillip Masto concentrates on his next move.
With pride, Wendy Tye heads the Apache Marching Unit.
Okay everybody, run to the tree and back. Sheri Brakebush, involved in the
Cross-Age program, hopes her kids enjoy their lesson.
Let's hear one tor the Apachesl Tammy Dahlstrom helps raise the crowd's
lease rise and join me in the pledge to the tlag . . . Lisa Hudson opens
nother assembly with these traditional words.
ance all night, Tamara Wilson practices a dance move during Orchesis.
esting . . . One . . . Two , . . Three . . . Charles Deal, Peter Elia, and Derek
uro adjust the sound for the Apache News.
The Boss! The Big Cheese! The Elite Ex-
ecutive Council! This group of dedicaTed
and spiriTed sTudenTs were The leaders be-
hind all aciiviiies. From dances To assem-
blies, from class compeTiTions lo misTle Toe
sales, The members of This organizaTion kepT
themselves busy. The Executive Council seT
ouT To conTinue The campus beauTificaTion
program, To increase school spirii, and To
reduce racial Tension. They successfully
achieved Their goals Through Their hard
work. Presideni Lisa Hudson said, "The coun-
cil worked really well Togeiher and we had
a good year. Everyone also showed school
Clubs! Clubs! Clubs! Arcadia High had
many clubs, each wiTh unique inTeresTs and
goals. AT The head of each was The presi-
denT who had The responsibiliTy of organiz-
ing and planning acTiviTies. These presidenTs
formed The lnTer Club Council, ICC. The
council drew up club consTiTuTions, worked
on each club's Tori boards, and planned
.joini club acTiviTies such as volleyball games
and The spring fesTival. ICC Presideni Krisien
Cooke said, "IT was a challenge Trying To
keep up wiTh all The clubs' acTiviTies." AT
each of The meeiings, decisions were made
involving The whole school. "IT was a loT of,
hard work," said Shadi Sheyagan. "buT iT
was all worTh ii." '
With The sound ofa govel, Presideni Lisa Hudson calls
The ExecuTive Council meeTlng To order. Lisa possessed
ThaT special TalenT needed To lead The school.
INTER CLUB COUNCIL
'ICC - Fronl Row: Neil Liang, Peggy Lee, Laura
lvlariin, Melinda Soo Hoo, Alan Kuo. Tsuyoshi Kawa-
hiio, Boris ITkIS,' Akerki KurimoTo, Kimberly Woods.
Carolyn l-lall,Row 2: Presideni KrisTen Cooke, Lyndell
Wang, Sieve Wang, Andy Liao, Synlhia Pilic, Kaih-
leen Branson, Edward Miyagishima. Shadi Shaye-
gan, Teri Smaldino, Jenny Chung. Advisor Mrs. LoTTe
Flaks, Back Row: James Marrone, Kristen Biersch-
back. Mary Ann' De Haven, Todd Dickson, Abraham
Domain, SharonGarlough, Michael FreyermuTh, Phlls
ip LaQ Eric Sionecipher.
Calling all ICC members! The job of president often had
Kristen Cooke wearing headphones and carrying a mega-
phone at football games.
President Bradley Jarvis was one
Execultive Council members watch at-
discusses upcoming events.
Executive Council: Andrea Case, Sophomore Sen-
ator: John Shafer, Sophomore Class President: Kris-
ten Cooke, C President: Suzanne Hightower. Pep
Commissionerg Jennifer Billings, Hlstorian:,Karen Co-
puto. Treasurer: Bradley Jarvis, Vice President: Lisa
Hudson. ASB President: Candice Maloney, Repre-
sentative to the Board: Teri Smaldlno, Secretary:
Tonya Murray. Publicity: Mike Jacoby, Senior Class
Presidentf Kathleen Mc Entee, Senior Senaton Steve
Julio, Junior Class President: and Mark Smith, Athletic
Commisioner, ' A
Executive Council i 1 0 1
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trates on her colleagues intricate expla-
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Nationally accredited, the
National Honor Society was
for students with a 3.5 grade
point average or above. This
club was for high achievers
with outstanding academic
records. Membership looked
great on college applications.
A competitive speech
team, the Forensics club, let
students discover their abilities
in speaking before an audi-
ence. Competing in different
types of speech such as im-
promptu, humorous and dra-
matic interpretation, prose
and poetry, expository, and
debate, Arcadia's Forensics
team placed well in many
competitions. President Mark
"This year's team was the
most spirited and successful in
a number of years at Arcadia
The Academic Decathalon
was a group of six students
who competed in a contest
testing them in such areas as
literature, language, math-
ematics, science, social sci-
ence, economics, and fine
arts. These students were no-
minated by teachers and
counselors with two represene
tatives from each grade
average. The competition
took place in one grueling,
but stimulating day. After
months of studying and train-
ing, AHS placed in the top
third of L.A. County.
These three groups recog-
nized academic excellence.
ACADEMIC DECATHALON N. H. S.
Academic Decathalon: Dena S ,
Vega, Mark Greenstone, Robert Sego, Stephanie
OfQ0l'ilZ0ii0ViS lnbody, Sharon Garlough, Jennifer Ho.
Chang, Arnold Chao, Peter Chen, Va-Kuan Chen, Peter Chun, Karen Dale.
Dh W Ab h Do A Sh G I h Ei G r Carol nitail.
N.M.S. Seniors: Young-Mi Ahn, Brett Betzler, Kristine Blake, Kathieen Bronso Caputo,
a an, ra am mian. aron aroug . rn arne , y Akiko Hrrao, Jennife
Jennifer Hsieh, Juei'Chen Hsieh, Alice Hsu, Carol Hsu, Lisa Hudson. Mark Huang, Mary Huang, Tirr
Huang. Brad Jarvis. Laura Jenkins. Javier Jimenez, Jill Johnson, Allen Kao, Tsuyoshl Kawahito, St
Lee, Jerry Li, Sun-Young Lim, Chad Lin. James Lin. Jeffrey Lin. Michaei Lin, Debbie Liu. Lind
Katherine McKean, Craig Newman, Roy Park, Synthia Pilic, Cindy Pon, Angela Russo, Steven Sa
lion, Robe t Se a, Vu-Chen Shen, Lori Te t , Elizabeth Thom son, Louis Ting, Jeanne Tsin ,
r g e s p g
Tuazon, Christina Vega, Lyndeil Wang, Sunny Wang, Michelle Woodward, Denis Yip,
With food, drink, and books, These Academic
Decathlon members train hard for their big com-
petition held in November.
Study Buddies Stephanie lnbody and Christi-
na Vega take a much desired break from vigor-
Celebratmg their top third honor, Academic
Decathlon members have a feast at Cask-ns
Forensics - Row 1: Todd Dickson.
Athena Browniie, Stephanie lnbody.
Dale Boiger, Kimberly Morrow, Heidi
Sicureila, Frank Rizzi. Row 2: David
Miller, Kelly McAndrew, Wen-Ju
Chen, Sarah Kates, Tim Huang, Lara
Sumner. Susan Keh, Michelle Wright.
Row 3: Advisor Mr. Peritore, Presi-
dent Mark Greenstone, William
Myrrold. Eric Strauss, David Tu, Julie
Barrow, Lyndell Wang, Assistant
Coach Doyal Sterkin.
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T'And This has been The Thursday
ediTion of The Apache News, on be-
half of myself and The enTire news
Team,,have a greaf day." The hard-
working Apache News crew have
again Taped a successful and en-
TerTaining ediTion of The news under
Theseye of advisor lvlr. Dan Lucero.
The show provided a good way To
find ouT aboui imporTanT evenTs aT
AHS, sTudenT opinions Ghrough live
inTerviews on The airy, and various
personaliTies and clubs on campus.
"Apache News was greail l love if
because l've never really been on
TV before and iT was a loT of fun,"
Hard at work on our school 'I'.V, crew mem-
bers Charlie Deal, Sieven Tranzow, PeTer Ella,
Derek Muro, David Profumo, Sean Pasquale,
Joe Alexander, John Liska, and Jason No-
varro were The keys for The success of
remarked anchor Min Kim. T
This year's news sTaff was full of
dedicaTion and Tale-nr and cap-
Tured The aTTenTion of all sTudenTs aT
Arcadia High Schoolfor The firsT 'IO
minuTes of second period every
Tuesday and Thursday,
The fanTasTic plcTures seen on
Apache News, The Pow Wow, slide-
shows, and in The yearbook, were
The work of The phoTo producTion
class. The phoTo producTion sTaff
was greafly appreciaTed as They
roved around campus Taking plc-
Tures of all school acTiviTies. "I en-
joyed being on phoTo producTion
because if helped develop my pho-
Tographic Techniques," commem-
ed phoiographer Fernando Cor-
Headed by lvlr. Tom Payne, The
sound crew assisTed in many school
acTivciTiesg such pep rallies, assem-
blies, and fooTball games. Crew
membmer Doug Schaller explained,
"lT's a loT Tougher Than you Think, buT
crew members were given privi-
leges around campus so iT's a loT of
fun." WiThouT The sound crew, The
spiriT generaTed by clubs aT school
may noT have been heard.
SOUND CREW PHOTO PRODUCTION
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Photo Production - Froni Row:
Baker, Joon Yoo, Mark Soliman. Row
Hsu John DeHaven James Lewis.
Apache News , ,
OTQQ,-,gzgiions Fernando Corrado.
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Taking a long-awaifed break, newsccislers Susan May, Kris-
len Cooke, and Krislen Darwin flash Their pearly whites.
Laughing ai ihe comedians on camera, David Profumo, Joe
Alexander, and Sfacy Podlifka Tape another exciting ediiion
of The Apache News. li was a iough job, but somebody had
To do il.
Apache News - Front Row: Sleven Julio, Philip Srnllh,
Heidi Sicurella. Row 2: Eui Kline, Sarah Hahn, President
Krislen Darwin, Tonya Murray, Tammy Dahlslrom, Susan
May. Row 3: Min Kim, Leila Shamieh, Siacy Podifka,
Athena Brownlie. Rebecca Sabounchian. Seah Pas-
quale, Krisien Cooke, Row 4: John Liska, Jason Na-
varro, David Profumo. Sieve Tranzow, Charles Deal,
Peter Elia, Joe Alexander, Derek lvluro
Apache News 1
Creating a good annual required a lot of decisions. Year-
book staffers, Lyn Bowen, Kristine German, Lauren Englund,
and Kathy Lewis are busy finding the best ideas of other
in order to create a book which reflected the
4986-87 school activities, the yearbook staff
worked hard to include every little detail of life at
The yearbook staff was divided into many sec-
tions. Each section had its own editor who was in
charge of meeting her deadlines. There were
also four major editors in charge of various as-
pects of the entire book. Drawing layouts and
writing copy kept the staff busy. Despite all the
work, the yearbook staff developed a closeness.
Karen Abend said, "We are all the best of
Everyone helped each other out by getting
that extra quote, finding the names of the peo-
ple in a picture, or giving advise about the copy.
All the members enjoyed the friendly atmosphere
With the addition of two Apple computers, the
staff began turning copy in on disks rather than
paper. Laura Jenkins, as Copy Editor, worked
closely with the computer section. Laura said,
"Although it was time-consuming, once we got
the bugs out of the system, it was a big help."
Although the staff itself created the annual, Mr.
Lou Dodd, the advisor, always helped with get-
ting photos taken on time. Beth DuFosee. editor
of layout and design, commented, "Everyone
pitched in, even if it only meant putting stickers
na-lx i i f
. ' 1
Workl Work! Busy writing a layout, June Cho works hard to V
meet a deadline. Completing deadlines was an important '-
task for each section.
Using food for thought, Kim Kettell takes time out for a
bite while discussing yearbook plans with Stacey Perrin.
Everyone helped each other by suggesting new ideas.
f k, -vs
gs to be decided before putting
ook. Layout Editor, Beth Duifosee,
choosing a picture.
time helping the
eing called, Copy Editor Laura Jen-
a question. The major editors spent
staff members put together their
Copy Editor Laura Jenkins Managing Editor Kim Kettell Layout Editor
ee Photo Editor Synthia Piiic Jennifer Hsieh Annie Huang Row 2
Joyce Kuroki, June Cho Sophia Chen Alice Hsu Linda Riley Kim
Anita Chung, Linda Mai, Monica ivtarovish, Jung Sun Ahn, Debbie Liu.
ane. Bock Row: Kristina Saxberg, Fernando Corrado, Kevin Ward,
r - Front Row: Kathy Lewis, Lyn Bowen, Karen Abend, Kristine
Denis Vip, Cristal Emirhanian, Shannon Stone, Joiyn Fry, Kristine YGCIFDOOK
Moran, Stacey Perrin, Dominica Piiic, OFQCWZUTIOUS
' POW WOW P
Extra, Extra, read all about if!
Arcadia High has a unique and
creaTive newspaper called The
Pow Wow. Under The guidance of
Mr. Jim O'Brien, and his reminders
,of The Pow Wow TradiTion, Arca-
dia's reporTers produced an exel-
lenT paper wiTh exciTing sTories
and The laTesT scoops each
IT Took a loT of hard work,
chewed erasers, and broken
I pencils, buT This group survived
wiTh glowing press. A "Hoo-I-la" W.
A from Jeff Singer and The sound of
I Jim lialia's DMC Rap kepT This
group going Through hours of re-
search, sTudenT polls, and cre- ,
I aTive writing. A
Each sTudenT produced eye-
caTching ariicles which brighT-
ened The sTudenTs' ,TTT Tuesday g
afTernoons. Newspaper receivers T
rushed home To read Their BM
Using a light board, Kailin Liang and Susan Ferdinando
piece TogeTher a page of The Pow Wow, Design and
creaTivlTy, along wiTh journalisfic TalenTs, were needed
for an excellenT paper.
Apache Pow-Wow -- Front Row: Susan Ferdinando,
Kailin Luang, Tanya STivers, Leslie Chou, Kim Schneider.
Jenni lvioran, Heidi Sicurella. Back Row: Marie Burmies-
Ter. Jennifer Dynice, Tamara Wilson, Colleen Moran,
Jeff Singer, lVierideTh Kaplan, Mark Anderson, James
lTalia, BreTT BeTzler,
1 Apache Pow Wow
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Genius at computer! Mark Ander-
son and Jenni Moran use their key-
board talents for the Apache BCL!
Inspechon! The best way to find bloops and blunders was
to proof read, Marie Burmeister carefully examines a fun
membef Jeff 55099 DUSHY designs a layout for
his next deadline, Many members looked to Jeff to bright
en their dczy!
BEHIND THE SCENES
The lnTernaTional Thespian Socieiy
was a unauie world-wide organiza-
Tlon designed for all sTudenTs who
had a love for The Theaier. IVlosT of
The members were aciive drama-
TisTs bui some were also inieresied
in publiciTy and direciing. PresidenT
ToddiDickson said, "Thespians is a
presiigiousclub Thai' recognizes The-
aTer parTicipaTion. Thanks for every-
"On The road again" was ex-
acTly how members of The Travel-
ing drama group felT. This club
was open To anyone who wani-
ed To perform and develop his
own siyle. The main goal was To
puT TogeTher a varieTy show con-
Taining differeni acfs from each
of The members. When iT was
compleied, The group performed
aT luncheonsi and schools. Presi-
deni Shellie Garcia said, "This
club gave everyone a chance To
show his acfing abiliiy. IT was a fun
group and a Terrific show."
"You look marrrveIous" were
words heard from performers aT
AHS. Looking good under The brighi
lighis on sTage was The job of The
make-up club. They learned how To
apply make-up on aciors. TT was
Their Task To be sure all sTudenTs had
everyThing perfecT before sending
Them on sfage. The skilis of This clubl
made The performers more realisfici
and believable. Boys as well as girls
Took parT in This club. As Presideni
Todd Dickson said, "Real men applyl
make-up." T i
ls she dead? Tina Bruno lies quleily on
sTage during an ouTsTanding perfor-
mance. Someiimes acTing really goT
THESPIANS MAKE-UP CLUB
Thespiuns - Fronl Row: Shirley Lee, Bryan Geon, Sanjay Kumar, PresiclenT MC-'Ke-UP cl'-lb f FND? Row: BTYOYT 3900, SWFTQY l-99' WNTNGY
Todd Dickson, Tina Bruno. Second Row: Michael Kuppinger,fScoTT Wash- PVGSUGDT Todd DICKSOD- Buck ROW: MICTWOST KQDDINQGL SCQTT
bum, John ressoaori, scoff Walker. wnimey Jones, Brien owen. E John Tessodori SQnicvlKumGr. SCOTT WGWGF- Tm Bfufioi BHGH
professional help, i'r's
visir Dr. John Tessan-
look his advice during a
Being touched by a girl was sometimes a
scurey experience. Robyn Fraser, surprised
Sam Marrangua wlrh a Touch of The hand
while Matthew Slorrar and Diane Griakas
watched in amazemenl.
Two fufure stars, Todd Dickson and Diane
Henriks strike a piclure perfecf pose. If look a
special acling ralenl To enrerlain and con-
vince rhe audience.
ron ow racy Sally, Scorr Wash-
urn Valerie Verkoureren Tina Bruno, Shirley Lee.
hellie Garcia Whilney Jones, Michael Kuppinger.
iecond Row: Sanjay Kumar, Scot? Walker, Bryan
Neon, Brian O'Brien, Anno Muniz, John Tessandori.
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Ever regretted being an only child? lf
join The band. As a 463 membe family, no
body was ever lonely.
This group of Talenfed sTudenTs noi only
worked for Themselves, buT for oihers. The sup-
pori and love among This group were very
imporfani aspecis of The year's happenings.
- Ranging from Band Presideni STeven Farr's
famous speeches To a paT on The back from a
friend, a liTTle someihing special helped The
group Through The bleakesT of Times.
The Marching Unii had six major perfor-
mances including a compefiiion in Clovis, lo-
caled in NorThern California, where They Took
home The Trophy for BesT Music in Their class.
This was only one of The many Trophies which
was added To Their collecllon. Paige Conner, a
Three year member of The unlT, commenled,
'llT's been a fun Three years meeiing new peo-
ple and working Togerher To win. l wouldn'T
Trade iT for The worldl" S
Friendship is what il's
all aboul as drill Team
members Dawn Holmes,
ChrisTine Sanchez, Kim
Esposifo, Tracy BarneTT,
and Teri Londo hug
each olher afier
Marching Band: Derek Aberle, Chris Anderson, David Backus, Derek Backus, Jennifer
Barnes. Christopher Barstow, Eric Bensen, Jimmie Boafwrighi, Cynfhia Boese, Sheri Brake-
bush, Kelly Bray, Kirk Brayshaw, Del Brooks, Roberf Chai, Jae Chang, James Chang,
Sabrina Chang, Anthony Chen, Sam Chung, Thomas Chung, Brian Clark, Roberf Cleary,
Keith Clemenis, Susan Collins, David Colville, Paige Conner, Kafhleen Consldine, William
Cranrner, Clifford-Curley, Karen Dale, Tim Daleo.-Doug Davies, Dane Dean, Michelle
Deefs, Nisha Desai, James Dudley, Thomas Edwards, James Evans, Steven Farr, David
Finley, Mark Freniz, Michael Gallo, Domenich Gallo, James Garrigus, David Graves, Sherri
Gunnell. Trevor Hammonds, Jonathan Hawkins. Joe Heilhe, Krisflne Hill, Brian Hillenbrand,
Eric Hillenbrand, Jennifer Hillis, Akiko Hirao, Alvin l-lom, Cynihia Honeywell, Stacy Hopkins.
Clifford Hwang, Robyn Jackson, Moflhew Jones, Chris Kennedy, Kevin Kinsey, Brian Koso-
bayashi, Brandon La Verne, Carey Lane, Lorie Lafier, Slephanie Leigh, Vivian Lenchuk,
Richard Lim, Scoif Lopez, Sieven Lunn. Kafherine Mc Kean, SCOTT Mead, Krisfin Medeiros,
Thomas Medinai Calherine Miller, Michelle Miller, Brian Moran, Julie Myers, David Nickel,
Aimee NieIsen,lVicloria Nuff, Scoif Okamoio, ScoTT OlmsTed, William Pedrofli, David Pills,
Andrew Reynolds, Jeffrey Roback, Angela Russo, Marla Sansui, Rachelle Schaugaard.
John Seppanen, Michelle Silvio, Stephanie So, Sylvia Slar, Michael Siromsoe, Gregory
Sullivan, Wendy Tye. Carl Walker, Ryan Ware, Sean Wells, Maiihew Williams, Patricia
Woods, Keli Wrighi, Ddvid Vack. Princessess: Jenny Ho. Colleen Moran, Kaiherine
Koeper, Kam Harmon, Sarah Hahn, Lisa Girardol, Chrisiine Becker, Erin Garner, Kelli Hayes,
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The flag team's compeiltion season
ended with on exciting train ride.
Their hard work and de-dicaTion won
Them many Tropies ThroughouT The
Before the Competition step
ment, CynThia Boese leis off
Tongue ouT. The whole
deal of pressure, Dui siill
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rill Team: Julie Allender, Chaniil Ayres, Tamee Ayres, Traci BarneTT, Erica
uning, Chrisiy Crossley, Kim Esposiio, Nina Helbrock, Dawn Holmes, Chrisii-
Jimenez, Abby Johnson, Scarleii Kim, Jill KronquisT, Teri Londo, Jennifer
abry, Jennifer Moody, Shannon Price, Heidi Pozzo, Christine Sanchez, BriT
iTh, Diane Smiih, Marci Siillwell, Lisa Vazquez, Valerie Zampiello, and
dvisor Andrea Bruning.
Tall Flag Members - Front Row: Aihena Brownlie
QAssT. Leaderj, Lisa Saelid fLeaderQ, STacy Doeppel
QASST. Leadery, Row 2: Joyce Kuroki, Becky Sabou-
chian, JoAnne Ward, Darcy Thurman, Tina Michael,
Wendy WrighT, Ailene Del Rosario. Row 3: Dawn
Burdick QAdvisorj, Colleen Moran, Jenny Ho, Erin
Garner, Kam Harmon, ChrisTie Becker, Kaiherine
Koepper. Not pictured: Chrisiina Vega, Mindy
Band, Tall Flags,
. . : RIDE, RBD! ION UNITY
No one moves. No one flinches.
Pride, Trodifion dnd unify qP.T.U.j
were evidenf when drum mojor
Wendy Tye blew her whisTle, dnd
4611 sTudenTs sndpped To oTTen-
Tion reody To perform Their besT.
P.T.U. become The moTTo for The
The Arcodid High School
lvlorching UniT sTorTed Their busy
yedr off by oTTending Music
Comp. WiTh help from lvlr. Bob
Kinsey ond Mr. "Red" Boese, The
members ledrned Techniques
ThoT helped Them in Their compe-
TiTions. IVlr. Tom Ldndes, lVlr. Tom
Forbes ond lVlr. Dennis Ddvies di-
recTed The uniT in lTs field shows
ond sTreeT compefiiions wiTh help
from choreogrdpher "Pep" lvldn-
The dedicoTed bond success-
fully pldyed Their insTrumenTs ond
performed inTricoTe rouTines To
"EspiriT de Corps," "Eli's Coming,"
"I l-lcive o Love," 'lTonighT" dnd
AlThough The uniT meT Third peri-
od during morching sedson, 50 T
minuTes wos noT enough procTice
for ony high school. The long
hours of procTice offer school
pdyed off for The dedicoTed sTu-
denTs wiTh prize-winning perfor-
Blow that horn! The TrumpeT secflon ploys
during o hdlf-Time field show of o home
gome. They perfecTed Their ploying by
procficlng mony hours under The frees on The ,V
librory lown. -3'
Roaring crowds did noi fclze The Apache unit af Concenirclfion and skill ore The keys To
The Azusa Field Tournament. The Toll fldgs
ploced second dnd The bond pldced Third,
Bond dnd Auxilory
success, Drum mdjor Wendy Tye leocls The
bond OT Their firsf compefmon oT The MT
Cormel Bond Review
Band Tall Flags Drill Team
We mean business. Leoder Liso Soelid,
dssi, leoder Slocy Doeppel, Wendy Wrighl,
ond ossl. ledder Alhend Brownley show the
serious OSDGCT of The Mi. Cormel Bond
Banner up! The princesses cdrry the
Donner which is ci symbol of Arcodids
pride, delerrnindlion, and oompelulive
oliilucle. Only 9 lolenled girls were given
Pride produces smiles. Tomuro Ayres, drill
teom leoder, continuously fldshes her grin
during the Ml. Cormel Bond Review
be-couse of her pride in The group.
Bond ond Auxilory
i'Name That Tune." The cho-
ral group A Capella was the
largest singing organization at
AHS. It was open to anyone
who showed an interest in sing-
ing. This group of students per-
formed at the Vertical Con-
cert, at Citrus College,sand at
the May Show,
They sang at the Christmas
andspring concerts at the San
Gabriel Civic Auditorium. Ni-
cole Cutler said, ."A Capella
gave me a chance to meet a
lot of new people during my
first year. lt was a lot of fun."
Winter vacation was o time to relax
and have fun. New Spirit began their
vacation with a sleepover.
1 Choral Groups
Ai the Christmas Assembly, Chanieurs
bers Jennifer Kaiser, Sherri Gunnell and
Hightower made Mr, Bill Dietrich Swoon with
Chanteurs gave a show-stopping
concert at the San Gabriel Civic
nl New Spirit members buttered up
Chanteurs a chance to perform individ-
a Banana Shannon Wilson, pilot escort
d show girl Suzanne Hightower prepare for a
er original costumes,
- Front Row: Adrienne Beilis, Veronica Salcido, Mary Moon, Shannon Wilson, Catherine Allin, Kathleen Erskine, Georgina Edwards,
Margaret Morrison, Lisa Seltman, Sandra Mendenhall, Lisa Sheehy, Stacy Jones. Shannon Shrock, Carla Rivas, Niccole Cutler, Min Kim,
2: Jennifer Kaiser, Stephanie Ruzich, Mindy Smith, Julie Stollar, Laurel Miner, Edward Miyagishima, Wai-Hung Vau, Thad Coffing, Ho Yi, John
Louie Baum, John Henriks, Sun-Young Lim, Mary Ann De Haven. Ester Chen, Angela Hillis, Amy Cnenaulr. Back Row: Rachelle Schaugaard,
Carlson, Amy Noi, Stephanie Green, Michelle Evans, Daniel Choe, Darrin Vercillo, Carlos Alfonso, Robert Cleary, Jaymes Venemci,
ala Courtwright, David Profumo, Kelli Weber, Dana Adams, Kristin Bierschbach, Michelle Smith, Sherri Gunnell, Choral Groups
Chanteurs - Bottom Row:
Shannon Wilson, Daniel Choe.
Rachelle Schagaard, Carlos
Alfonso Amy Chenault, Peggy
Lee Sherri Gunnell, Richard
Courtwright, Jennifer Kaiser. John
Lee Margaret Morrison. Top Row:
Wai Hung Yau, Adrienne Bellis,
Darin Vercillo, Myung Kim, Richard
Lourensky, Jaymes Venemo.
Shannon Shrock. David Profumo,
Suzanne Hightower. Louie Baum.
The halls are alive with the sound of music!
Last year under the direction of Mr. Rollie Max-
son, Chanteurs was undefeated in its four ma-
jor competitions and considered the best in
Their first performance was the "Holiday
Concert." After the concert, they devoted a
lot of time to the May Show which was their
yearly highlight, President Sherri Gunnell said,
"Everyone worked super hard!"
ln the spring this talented group toured the
San Francisco area for 5 days. Vice president
Jaymes Venema said he was looking forward
to the trip because "it gives all of us a chance
to get to know each other better. lt's five days
of complete madness! Having AO students and
four chaperones gives you the perfect combi-
nation for a good time."
No boy's allowed! The New Spirit singing
group was strictly girls only. This group, direct-
ed by Mr. Rollie Maxson performed at restau-
rants, the "Holiday Concert," and the "Choral
Carousel" at the San Gabriel Civic Auditorium.
They also competed against other high
schools such as West Covina and Azusa. New
Spirit met third period all year in MB2 to perfect
their music. The enjoyment of singing for others
drove these girls to do their best. Michelle
Smith said, "l love it! lt's my whole life!"
Chanteurs and New Spirit raised money with
their Halloween insurance policy. People paid
this group in advance to clean up their houses
if they should be vandalized. The money raised
helped pay for the San Francisco trip.
New Spirit - Front Row: Catherine Allin, Mary Moon, Georgina Edwards, Julie Stollar,
Amy Noe, Carla Rivas, Stacy Jones, Sandro Mendenhall, accompanist Shin Kim. Bock
Row: Michelle Smith, Ester Chen, Stephanie Green, Renee Carlson, Kristin Bierschbach,
Dana Adams, Suzy Spanier. Mary Ann DeHaven, Mindy Smith.
Chanteurs New Spirit
Strutting her stuff to the jive tunes ot
Orchesis, Shannon Whaley shows her
to dance. Orchesis members practiced
long hours to perfect their Hom
NEW SPIRIT CHANTEURS
"GeT inTo The groove!" and
"HiT That perfeci beoT!" were
Typical phrases heard from Or-
chesis members. WiTh a pas-
sion for dancing, The 311 mem-
bers perfecTed Their difficulT
rouTines, PresidenT Carolyn Hall
felT ThaT by choreographing
Their own rouTines, 'lThe girls
had a chance To show Their
personaliTies Through Their
To popular Tunes, They per-
formed aT Homecoming,
ChrisTmas assemblies and local
schools. The May Show was
Their pinnacle of success.
Member Shannon Toepfer ex-
plained ThaT, "excepT for
Homecoming, we dedicaTed
our whole year To make The
May Show a successl" Each girl
puT her full efforT inTo This spec-
Tacular four nighT producTion.
Orchesis, meaning The arT of
dance, was direcTed by
Coach DuharT and insTrucTed
by Millie Beezley,
To fasT beoT music The dance club
of Orchesis displayed Their TalenT wiTh
clifficulT moves 84 jumps. The girls
Take a shorT break beTween
assemblies aT Homecoming.
ORCHESIS - Boifom Row: Sandra WalTrip,
Shannon Toepfer, Shannon STone, PresidenT
Carolyn Hail, KrisTen Harris, Yolanda Hofer,
Melissa CharlTon. Row 2: Dynese Schiffilea,
Melissa Johnson. Joanne Ward. Laura
Bowen, Sanya Markus, Anne Lee, Mimi
Chen. Laura Ganguin. Row 3: Jennifer
Velasauez, HeaTher Hudson, Donna
Murchanian, Carolee Lesiuk, Traci Brighouse.
Deborah DeLong, Melanie Ellison. Lianne
Churchman, Jacquelin Wilson. Top Row:
Geri Barron, Susan Ferdinando, Tina Bruno,
KrisTine German, Tamara Wilson, Tammy
McCune, Muung Kim, Shannon Wholey.
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Anxlously waiting for the solemn
rise ot the baton, the silent orchestra
sits poised with their instruments. This
group of multi-talented musicians,
conducted by Mr.Dennis Davies, per-
formed at Citrus College, at the San
Gabriel Civic Auditorium, and in San
From the violins to the French horns,
the orchestra displayed their musical
abilities. Vlolinist Maura Hudson said,
"We worked together toward a com-
mon goal. Our expectations were high
Cheer! Dance! Compete! were all
activities of the Competitive Apache
Team. This new organization astound-
ed audiences with difficult formations,
gymnastics, and aerobatics. Consist-
ing of 'ici girls, CAT was strictly a com-
petitive squad. They competed
against other squads from all over the
country and successfully qualifyied for
the finals at Disneyworld in Florida. Dur-
ing the summer these girls attend a
cheer camp in San Luis Obispo and
won a dance and a cheer award.
Karyn Acunasaid, "lt's the most fun
PEP, Perky Energetic People,
described the pep band of 26
members. Seen at football
games, pep rallies, and assem-
blies, this off the wall group raised
the crowd's enthusiasm. Each
member was chosen by Mr.
Landes from Band lll, The crazy
group of musicians often dressed
in costumes or identical shirts to
add flair to their music. President
Steven Farr said, 'tThe pep band
worked hard, played exception-
and we played our best. lt was great!"
l've ever had."
ally well, and had a lot of fun do-
Displaying special skills, Arcadia's Competitive
Apache Team has the crowd cheering at the
Homecoming Assembly. As a new organization,
they receive a loud welcome from the audience.
Pep Band: Derek Aberle, Derek Backus, Eric Benson, Thomas Chung, Karen Dale, Doug-
las Davies, Thomas Edwards, James Evans, Steve Farr, James Garrigus, Sherri Gunnell,
Johnathan l-lawkins, Kristine Hill, Jennifer l-lillis, Matthew Johnes, Katherine Mc Keon, Scott
Mead, Theodore Pllmer, Jeffrey Roback, Angela Russo, Maria Sansul, Ryan Ware, John
Seppanen, Matthew Williams, Keli Wright, David Yack.
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Front Row: Donna Leonardi, Stacie Jewel. Row 2: Brianna Ji
Shereen Zernickow, Carolee Lesluk, Michelle Cazares, Christine San
Karyn Acuna. Back Row: Shannon Farley, Candy Lemos, Krisl Stingle. I'
pictured: Shannon Loop, Annissa Ross, Emrald Batin,
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Bond members throw confetti into the air. At
their last major performance, the Pep Bond let it
Bee-Bopping to Bruce Springsteen, Pep-
Band President Steve Farr plays a solo on his
sax. Along with his band, Steve presented a
great show at the Christmas assembly.
Orchestra - Violins: Maret Bower, Kathleen Branson, Janet Bryant, Steve Chang, Yu-Shen Chang, Frank Chen,
Margaret Chu, Brian Hsu, Charles Hu, David Huang, Maura Hudson, Michael Kong, So Hye Kang, Shinji Kawahara, Scarlett
Kim, Susan Kim, Alice Lai, Herbert Lee, Su Lee. Kent Pan, Omni Takashi, Victor Li, Kerry Wang. Violas: Hsiao-Yu Chen, Erin
Garner, Monica Kim, Yu-Chen Shen, Wai-Hung You, Cellos: Voung-Mi Ahn, Andrea Cecil, Amy Chen, Tim Chen, Matt
Chiang, Elena Contreras, Tammy Kim, Yung-Jin Kim, Roger Park, David Seltman. Basses: Phil Anderson, Louie Baum.
Sabrina Chang, David Kim, Jung Sohn. Flutes: Sue Collins, Karin Dale, Nisha Desai, Michelle Miller. Oboes: San May Chan.
Stephanie Leigh. Clarlnets: Kirk Brayshaw, Sherri Gunnell, Scott Okamoto, Ryan Ware. Boss Clcrinets: Alvin Hom. Wendy
Tye. French Horns: Matt Jones, Vivian Lenchuk, Julie Myers, Angela Russo, Trumpets: Tom Chung, Steve Farr, Kristi Hill,
Trombones: Eric Bensen, Doug Davies, James Evans. Tubes: Thomas Edwards. Percussion: Jim Duclley, James Garrigus, Orchesiro 1 2 1
Scott Mead, Scott Olmstead, Organizations
Sophomore Cheer Front Row K1ersTen Barrows, Karin
Roback Row 2 Chrlslie Denson Sylvia Chen Back Row:
33 slices hard work
33 pkgs. spunk and pep
33 Tlols, creaTiviTy
6 pairs flags
6 pairs pom-poms
33 loud voices
l dash sTress Tabs
Put Them all Togeiher and what aT The LLC. SanTa Barbara campus.
do you have? The 1986 1987 Pep The Pep Squad broughT many pres-
Squadl The pep unlT enjoyed an ex Tigious awards home from camp.
CITIUQ season experiencing many Camp was so much fun ThaT we
changes new advisor Terri Logan walked away saying To ourselves,
a new sophomore cheering squad Omlgodl ThaT was so much funl' "
and an Apache Josephlna said flag girl Jacquelln Wilson.
The QIVIS offended Summer COVTWD Allhough IT Took every second of
spare Time, song girl Michelle Hayner
commenled, "You puT a loT inTo iT,
buT ll was such a good experience
Thal iT was worTh every minuTe."
Wilh never-ending spiriT, The Pep
Squad moTivaTed The sTudenT bodyl
aT Arcadia High.
FLAG J.V. CHEER VARSITY CHEER SONG
T From her Teepee on The Arcadia
igh School Reservation came The
II-knowing, all-seeing Apache Jo-
sephina. WiTh The unique power To
foreTell game scores, Josephina Kris-
Ten Espenshied raised enThusiasrn
:and spiriT. For The firsT Time, The mas-
:oT was a squaw, noT a chief.
To explain This sudden change,
4risTen Espenshied described The fa-
mine which sfruck The Arcadia Res-
rvaTion and of how Apache Joe,
o save his slarving Tribe, seT ouT To
iind food for his followers. AlThough
pache Joe was a brave warrior,
e was eafen by a ferocious buffa-
o. The Tribe Then looked To his wife
for help and she, Josephina, agreed
lo advise The Tribe.
KrisTen said, "I loved being
pache Josephina. IT was The besT 4
arT of Arcadia High. .. .
Apache Josephina, KrisTen
Espenshied, wearing her Tribal warrior
J.V. CHEER - Boilom Row: Julie Wagner.
Row 2: Sfacie Jewel, Vida Selback,
Malinda Dedrick. Top Row: Jenny
Backhaus, Julie Carlson.
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enfhusiasm helped raise school spirif and pride. Pep
Suzanne I-lighfower cheers for Arcadia aT a pep rally.
Flag - Suzanne Fauria, Jill Johnson, Jacquelin Wilson, Kerry Milano, Jenifer Cho
Noi Piclured. Angela Hayner.
Erin Duncan Teaches her kids in a
Some of The biggesT clubs aT Ai-l.S.
were The Campus Clubs. These clubs
help oThers as well as Themselves.
The CulTural Service Club had over
50 members. They heiped incoming
sTudenTs and promoTed involvmenT in
chariTy and social service To name only
a few of Their purposes. lVlosT of Their
acTiviTies helped oThers, such as par-
TicipaTing in White Cane Day To help
The blind and serving The elderly during
The Campus Life Club hoped To
bring non-ChrisTians To ChrisT. Their
many acTiviTies included a Big Bear Ski
ReTreaT and Kodak Kapers. They meT
every week aT a club member's home.
To help ouT The Red Cross or oThers,
a person joined The Junior Exchange
Club. IT donaTed much of The money iT
earned To communiTy aids To help oTh-
ers. AcTiviTies ranged from an annual
pumpkin sale To an end of The year
To help promote school spiriT, sTu-
denTs joined The Pep Club. These peo-
ple vvorked hard To supporT The
school's aThleTic Teams as well as oTher
groups on campus.
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Culiurcl Service Tina Lin Sandy Wu M
Lin. Elvan Wu. Chen Candy You
Mei Lin. Cindy Pon, BeTTy Ch
Chi-ivlan Changlack Row: l. Lin, Adv
Miss Delahooke, STeve Wang
ll. Allen Kao. Chiang Yeh. James Lin l
Liang, Bob Lee, James
Lai, Jalpa Merchant Tar
Dhavvan, Nancy Guo, Lisa Lin, Kevin Teng. Johnson Cheng, James Wa
Jack Chen. Andy Liao. Wayne Kao. James Yang. Henry Tsai,
annual pumpkin sale Linelie O'Bannon and
Marovish smile brighlly al The prospeclive cus'
This acllvily was designed To help The Clly of
nd The Red Cross.
Helping others was whal The Culiural Service Club did
besi. Presidenf Richard Lin collecls money for The blind
from generous donors,
Helping children learn baslc skills was what The cross
age program was all aboul. Using a bean bag, Sheri
Brakebush shows her children basic skills.
Campus Life - Fronl Barnharl,
Monica Roderiguez, Men-
denhall, Mary Krell, Nlsha Bolger, An-
drew Reynolcls. Mindy Thorn. Row
2: Laura Marlin, Michael Glen Norberg,
Aclvisor,Shawn Doe. Kirk Spenser, Regina Ander-
son, Rubin Perez, Row 3: Shannon Farley. Sandy
"Who are The seniors in the
red bIazers?" many uninformed
sophomores asked. The answer
was Arcadia High's service clubs
- Kiowas and Senior Men. Ser-
vice, honor, and leadership made
Them uniaue. Their school spiriT
was displayed by True dedica-
Tion. Denis Yip felT, "proud ba-
cause we provided hours of ser-
vice for The school."
HosTing "Back To School NighT,"
promoTing The Red Cross Blood
Drives, and aTTending Wednes-
day morning meeTings were du-
Ties joinTly carried ouT by Kiowas
and Senior Men. Presideni of
Kiowas, Sharon Garlough,
summed up The general aTTiTude
ThaT, "Kiowas and Senior Men
provided a greaT opporTuniTy for
communiTy service and promoT-
ed a sTrong camaraderie among
TwenTy-five Senior Men, under
The direcTlon of Mr. Mike Allee,
parked cars aT fooTbalI games
providing a service greaTly ap-
preciaTed by many BoosTers.
They also sponsored a dance To
raise money and To have fun.
The Kiowas' many services in-
cluded assisTing aT communiiy
banaueTs. DirecTed by Mrs. Carol
McVay, The girls sold singing Tele-
grams, M 84 M's, and cookie pops
To raise money. BoTh Kiowas and
Senior Men spenT an acTive year
serving The school and The com-
Kiowas - Front Row: Carolyn Hall,
Lisa Hudson, Melissa CharlTon, l
Deborah De Long, ChrisTina Vega, .
Angela Russo, Susan Keh. Linda Mai,
Kell WrighT, Lisa Saelid, Wendy Hsieh,
Adrienne Call. Back Row: Advisor
Mrs. Carol Mc Vay, Anne Marie
Grund, Suzanne l-lighTower, Jill
Johnson, KaTherine McKeon, PresidenT
Sharon Garlough, Kaihleen Branson,
KrisTen Cooke, Susan May, Kamberly
Harmon, Erin Garner, Yu Chen Shen,
Taking time out from selling pumpkins for The Junior Exchange Club.
Mark GreensTone caTches up on his homework. Senior Men were
encouraged To parTicipaTe in oiher service organizaiions.
Kiowas and Senior Men
Programs, get your programs. Senior Men Brad Jarvis and Javier
Jimenez pass ouT programs as parT of Their many obligations of The-i
KIOWAS SENIOR MEN
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Kiowas made it possible for
Erin Corner, enjoy each other's
Abiding by school regulations with
pride was a goal of Kiowas. Melissa
Charlton and Jill Johnson discuss school
rules with counselor Mrs, Diane Carlile
IEN - Front Row: William
load Connors, Jeffrey Roback,
Abraham Domain, Frank Rizzi,
ienez, Denis Yip, Timothy Huang,
Peter Lin, Peter Chen, Allen Kao
i Yau, Jung Sohn. Back Row:
nrvis, Douglas Davies, Mark
ne, Michael Jacoby, Craig
David Tu, Roger Hsu, Louis Ting,
Jng, Kenneth Lu, Mark Huang,
Ir, Mike Alle-e,
friendships to develop, Angela Russo,
Katherine McKean, Christina Vega, and
Kiowas and Senior Men
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EAST MEETS WEST
Travel to exotic lands! Experience
new foods! Expand your horizons!
The club of AFS, American Field Ser-
vice, was an international and intercul-
tural program which offered these op-
Activities included dinners at foreign
restaurants, cultural parties, a trip to
Knott's Berry Farm, and an AFS week-
Foreign exchange students visiting
Arcadia came to school and spoke
about their country and their exper-
iences in America. President Lauren
Bostrom said, "AFS gave its members a
chance to meet foreign students and
to introduce them to America. lt's a
Many members of AFS were stu-
dents interested in living abroad. There
were a score of different programs
available as well as many countries to
choose from. Applicants had to pass
several interviews and fill out many
forms before they were chosen, but
the time spent was worth the unfor-
gettable experience. Past exchange
student Brad Gillette said, "l had a
really wild time that I will never forget."
EXTRA! EXTRA!, French Club
members Sarah Kates and
Frank Rizzo display posters
advertising their club. Club
day gave students time to
sign up for any club they
AFS -- Front Row: Parish Highley, Kristine
Hill, Mary Ann DeHaven, Clifford Curly, Tri-
cia Jeane. Row 2: Mr, Les Brown, Shannon
Holbrook, Carolyn Hall, Min Kim, Leila Sha'
mien, Shannon Shrock, Julie Lindquist,
Cynthia Dickey, Kimberly Woods, Presi-
dent Lauren Bostrom, Michelle Reaben, Ni-
sha Desai, Anne Lee, Julie Chung, Susan
Ser, Yeang Je. Sophia Lo, Nancy Hernan-
dez, Back Row: l-lo Jun, Yong Yoo, Chris-
topher Sego, Bryan Geon, Michael Coke,
Sanjay Kumar, George Geis, Merideth Ka-
plan, Karen i-lodge, Michelle Evans, Valleri
Brandes, Hyunju Park, Lori Maze, Harpal
Thiara, Taruna Dhawan, Jenny Chung.
A1KnoH's Berry Farm, during an all-seclion A.F.S. meeiing, Nan-
cy Hernandez, Lauren BosTrom, new friend Howard, Celesie Ber-
nardini, and Tricia Jeane meT new and dlfferenf Types of people
from all over The world.
BONJOUR The French
was designed for Those
loved The life of "Gay
This busy club ex-
plored French culfure by
French plays and
having a fondue
As a fund raiser They
's Suckers. PresidenT
Abraham Domain said,
Nous avons eu une bonne
Hola To fans of The Tradi-
Tions of ol' Mexico. The
Spanish Club visiied Olvera
S'rreeT, Spanish resTauranTs,
and a Spanish arT museum.
They kepT busy wiTh M'n'M
sales and joinf acTiviTies wiTh
oTher foreign-minded clubs.
Presideni Eui Kline said, "IT
was a loT fun because we
were always planning and
going on field Trips."
Scanning o map, A.F.S. members Lauren BosTrom, Kimberly Woods, Tricia Jeane
CelesTe Bernardini, and Nancy Hernandez decide which counfry They wanf To
. A-.M . .-
ch Club -- Froni Row: Lyndell Wang, Jennifer Ho, Jenny Chung, Akiko
, Cindy Pon, Lorrie Farino, Hsiao-Yu Chen, Nisha Desai. Row 2: Mei Lin,
sa Chen. lrene BudianTo, Gigi Hua, Rebecca Hwa. Back Row: Gary'
ulp. Julie Bars, Eric Mifchell, Cliff Wang, Jennifer Chang. Natalie Dou-
, Cindy Chung, Presideni Abraham Domain, Anda Abramovia.
Spanish Club - Front Row: Mrs. Clara Primozich, Kevin O'DeIl, Presidenf
Eui Kline, Kelly McAnclrew, Lynne Mercer, Jeanine Johnsion, Back Row:
Jennifer KincarT. ChrisTopher Sega. Bradley Jarvis, Abraham Domain, Dell
French and Spanish
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and Na-Nu-Na-Nu! For all lovers of
foreign culture who wanted to
explore foreign customs and
countries, Arcadia High had the
"What's a meal without Kim-
Chee?" This was a common
question asked by Korean stu-
dents. This dish and other
aspects of Korea were important
to the Korean club. It was a club
dedicated to promoting friend-
ships and fun. President Roy Park
commented, t'We always had a
good time," G
Welcome! A new club was ad-
ded to the already long list of lan-
guage clubs at Arcadia: the Jap-
anese Ciub. A clubmember said,
"The Japanese Club was a lat of
fun, We became good friends."
s This club kept itself busy with par-
ties, dinners, and a visit to little
The Chinese Club was another
cultural club with a main goal of
introducing Chinese cultures to
students. President Janet Lo said,
"Through this club I hope to pro-
mote good relationships be-
tween the members." The club
filled their time with picnics, bowl-
ing, and ice skating along with a
pizza and dancing party.
Driving a ,V.W. and enjoying a
traditional German picnic with
weinersnitzel, apple strudle and
frosty beverages were the unique
activities of the German Club. Presi-
dent Shadi Shayegan said, "The
club was dedicated to really under-
standing the German ways and cus-
toms." To accomplish this they had
an October Festival and ate at Ger-
man restaurants.iAs a fund raiser
they sold German chocolate and
"Gummi Bearasf' The club attract-
ed all German lovers.
President Yoshikaz Morizuka
bers at a meeting of the
Club Day was a time for presidents to in-
troduce their clubs to students. Yoshikaz
Morizuka and Jason Hsieh represent the
Members of the German Club, Sanjay Ku-
mar and Bryan Geon carried the banner
for their club at Homecoming.
Choi, Young Park,
Mark Eu, Michael Chang
Language Clubs T
Won Kim im
X, Tr, r grains
Roy Park Row
I-lsu, John Min, Jung Sohn,
Japanese Club AkemiKunmoto Akiko Izumi Yoko End
Tetsuya Negishi, President Yoshikaz Morizuka, Mrs. Guy.
club member David Hung
atientiy behind their club
mobs of members. To further
sold chocolate candy bars.
Club - Front Row. Annie
Chen, Betty Chen, Teh yu Tsou,
Cindy Pon, Mei Lin, Jennifer Chang,
Jeanne Tsing, Gina Lin. Row 3: Jack Chen, Victor Han.
Huang, Benson Lai, Richard I. Lin, Wayne Kao. Peter
Ailen Kao. Alan Chen, Bob Lee, Andy Liao. Julian Lin.
Chu, Carla Huang, German Stephen
Row 2: Candy Roberts. Shadi
Chung, Annie Row:
James d Nickel.
Wrestling: David Miller, Shannon i-lo
brook Michelle Silvio, Brian Hillenbran
.lm Marone, Hulk, Hogan. Frank Riz
Joe l-ieithe, Ernie Beruman.
Mfi'N'S or muscua
Supporting exciting sports,
the wrestling, backpacking,
varsity, and weight clubs
shared a love for athletic ac-
The Wrestling Club met
monthly at each other's
houses to promote apprecia-
tion of the boistous sport.
Food and drink made the oc-
cassions even more enjoy-
able. The members also at-
tended matches at various
sports arenas. "Watching
wrestling with a lot of friends
helped you get into it and
really enjoy the sport," com-
mented President David Miller.
The Backpacking Club was
for those who loved the out-
doors. They planned many
hiking trips to Wilderness Park
and other parks under the su-
pervision of ivlr. Les Brown.
All students who lettered in
a sport were eligible to join
the Varsity Club. Members
got together and played
sports such as volleyball. Presi-
dent Teri Smaldino said, 'tBe-
ing in this club was a great
way to meet friends who en-
joyed the same thing you
The Weight Club was open
to anyone interested in build-
ing body weight and muscle.
This club met three times a
week and gave athletes a
chance to work out with
friends and acquaintances. it
was an opportunity to meet
new people it was also free,
which was a popular price
with high school students.
"Working out with friends is
better than doing it alone, it
saves money, and you meet
people with the same inter-
ests and everyone has a
common goal," commented
Vice-President Jim lvlarrone.
D splaying their award winning parade entry, Moni-
a e Tjaden, Shannon Toepher, and Krista Bjordahl roller
skate as grapes who "Heard it Through the Grape-
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Varsity Club: Siacey Pichoifa, Candy
Mahoney, Monique Tjaden, Presideni
Teri Srnaldino, Siacy Roberis, Lisa Hud-
son, Roberi Walker, Sieve Provenzano,
Backpacking: Richard Becocke, Karen Hodge,
Andrew Macias, Jennifer Larazola, Trudy Walay,
Weight: Chirsiopher Mynsier, Jeffery
Wickline. Presideni James Marrone, Bill
Darias. Donald Wood, Anthony Fronsico,
Theodore Mc Guire, Andrew Morgan.
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Gefling wei-n-wild was as easy as
joining a club. Four clubs gave sTudenTs
The chance To geT away from The pres-
sures of school.
Those who enjoyed fishing joined The
Angling Club which offered many Trips
ranging from deep-sea fishing Trips To a
bar-b-que aT SanTa Fe Dam. BeckyySa-
bounchian said, "There's nofhing like
caTching your very firsf fish wiTh all your
friends cheering you on."
The Surf Club was for all The surfersiaT
Arcadia High. "There's so much fun in
caTching a wave aT sunset" said Kevin
O'DeIl. The club enjoyed surfing Trips and
The Ski f Winfer Sports Club was original-
ly Two separaTe clubs. 'TThe Two clubs
joined TogeTher To sTop confusion, and iT
worked ouT .greaT!" exclaimed Tammy
Kisfner, president of The club. The Hockey
Club provided achance To see and play
The spori, "lT's'greaT To play a sporf ThaT I
like wiTh guys who have The same infer-
esf. " commenied The presicienT of The
club, Kuff Gamble.
Friends and fun were The key ingredi-
enTs To geT weT-n-wild.
Munching durlng snack, angling members Clara Magyar
and Melinda Soo Hoo Tempf fishing lovers To join. Banners
and magazines added decorafion To Their Table.
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Hockey Club: Damon Groves, Scoif OlmsTed, Su- Ski Club - Front Row: Jim Mumford, Brad Jarvis, Kevin O'Dell, Jennif
san Harmon. Presidenf KurT Gamble. Shively, Presidenf Tammy KisTner.f Row 2: Sean Daly, Lara Sumne
1 3 4 Wafer SporTs
STephanie Gould, Del PeTerson, Kirsien Beck. Abraham Domain. Roby
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Many different' clubs on campus offered studenTs opporTuni-
Ties To develop special inTeresT.
The Ari Club aTtracTed many of The more arTisTic studenTs, lT
organized field Trips To museums, such as The Los Angeles
CounTy Art Museum and The Getiy Museum. These Trips gave
The members a chance to see world famous masTerpieces.
Perhaps, a new masTerpiece was inspired by The visiTs. Presi-
dent Jenny Chung said, "Art Club is a loT of fun. You don'T
have To be able To draw To join, as long as you have an
appreciaTion for arT works."
Another campus club enjoyed by sTudenTs was The Model
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Model Railroad Takes a lot of time and energy. Glen Alley is making sure ThaT
the Trains are in good condiiion.
ArT Club members often experiment with various drawing Techniques. Sunny
Wang and Roger Hsu proudly preseni Their creation of a painted picTure.
Railroad Club. This group would exchange visiTs wiih oiher
railroad clubs. They visiTed railroads and railroad yards To geT a
beTTer undersTanding of how railroads work, A.H.S. students
enjoyed the resulTs of these visiTs when club members ar-
ranged displays of model railroads on Club Day and aT The
Spring FesTival. Many sTudenTs stopped by to admire The real-
People who enjoyed playing fanTasy games uniTed This year
To form The FanTasy Gamers Guild. Members goT Together To
play and discuss several games.
, , Model Railroad: price Quigley, Qundy Ruiz, presi- An Club - Froni Row: Mrs. Nancy Cullison, Jenny Ho, Sophia Chen, Jenny
T T Huang, Michael Bryce. Row 2: John Hoffman, Mei Lin, Julie Hsieh, Joy Shirley
dem Glen Alevf Rlchofd Coufmgm' Mr' Amee' Lee, susan ser, kristen eaimanifi, Julie cnung, KOYSChmiCl1. Juanita Rivas Hll Pony
1 Railroad, Ari
Vicky Chen, Akiko Hiroo, Mihwa Kim, Debbie Liu, Jeanne Tslng, Elizcbefh
Moon, Caroi Hsu, Joe Alexander, Ken Lu, Peter Porise, Carson Chen.
FANTASY GAMES GUILD
perspective Ari Club members, club officers Michael
Chen. and Jenny Chung participate during Club Day.
The Model Railroad Club aflen displayed Their Trains. Richard Courfrighr,
Glen Alley and Randy Ruiz are fixing Their display ai The Spring Feslival.
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Guild - Froni Row. Richard Melohn
Wesley Yanagi, Robert Delvioniigny. Presi-
Kawashiro. Bock Row: Pai Gehien, Boris Irkis,
David Tu. A
The Minds of Technology Club, The
Biology Club, The Science Club, ond The
Club were joined by sTudenTs who enjoyed us-
ing Their minds on ocodemic subjecTs ouTside
The Minds of Technology Club credTed ci
leorning ond discussing dTmosphere for The
members. They meT one ddy edch week dfTer
school dnd every Thursddy nighT oT The JeT Pro-
pulsion LdboroTory for lecTures. The members
enTered ci poper dirpldne conTesT for ci beTTer
undersTonding of derodyndmics. T
AnoTher inTeresTing Thinking club wds The Sci-
ence Club. where They meT weekly To discuss
new scienTific developmenTs, GuesT speokers
expounded Their knowledge of science. "IT is ci
loT of fun To meeT oThers wiTh The some inTer-
esT," sold PresidenT Boris lTkis.
C The Moleculor Biology Club wds new. STU-
denTs shored o common enThusiosm for biol-
ogy. They meT dfTer school for experimenis,
lecuTres, films,.or field Trips.
A group of sTudenTs who enjoyed ploying
chess formed The Chess Club. They pldyed
dgoinsT edch oTher To ledrn new Techniques.
The club iTself hdd o TournmenT where The win-
ner received d prize, dnd There wds on inTer-
school compeTiTion dgdinsT Temple CiTy High.
All These clubs WGFGTYSWGYGTFTQ for Their mem-
bers dnd mode Their high school yeors inTeresT-
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among themselves. Mark Soliman, and Tom Swiatek
are deep in thought, contemplating their next
Biology Club members enjoy doing experiments.
Here, they met after school to disect a pig.
CHESS CLUB MINDS OF TECHNOLOGY
ess Club - Row 1: Richard Lin, James Lin, Philip Lo, President Mark Soliman, Jack Lin, Minds of Technologv - Row 11 WOYD9 Kao, FYGHK
yan Ray, Phil Masta, Sean Bolton. Row 2: Wayne Kao, Craig Wu, Andy Liao, Wayne Chen, Chen, Yi Hsieh, Paul Chen, Jeannie Chen, President Pe-
Sianecipher. Wayne Chen. Donald Thee, Robert Chang, Peter Chun, Chuck Roster, Eric ter Chen, Row 2: Kevin O'Dell. John DeHaven, Del Pe- MTC, Chess 1 9
op, Paul Liang. Brad Jarvis, Chiang Yeh, Del Peterson, Kevin O'DeIi, Kevin Kinsey. terson, Henry Chen, Ben Chung, Jack Huong, Andy Liao. Qrggnizmions
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bottom ot my pocket. I knew My Owner didn't do it on
purpose. He was just too busy trying to keep 30 kids in
their seats to notice that he forgot to put the cap back
on the pen.
My Owner always felt comfortable with me around. I
guess it was the clean cut and business-type look that
gave him confidence. My Owner taught his students
never to be afraid to be themselves, well I follow his
advice, and I'm proud to be an oxford shirt.
During school I listened to My Owner give the same
lecture five times, I have to admit, it got a little monoto-
nous after the first four lectures. But it wasn't too bad
because My Owner enjoyed the material he was teach-
ing, and no two lectures were ever exactly alike.
At night though, My Owner was a completely different
person. Instead of giving tests and homework to every-
one he saw, like he did at school, he entertained himself
with a night on the town or some other non-schooI-
lt's funny, when I traveled down the hall with My Own-
er, I could hear students comment about him as we
passed them. Sometimes I wanted to punch their lights
out for what they said about him, but usually what I
overheard were comments such as these: "Oh man, that
dude is the coolest teacher, you've got to take him next
semester," and 'That teacher can explain things so well,
you've really got to try it you want to fail his course." But
whether the comments were good or bad, My Owner
never seemed to hear them, which was odd since I al-
ways did, and +was the shirt on his back.
Not only My Owner, but all the teachers were truly
dedicated to their students' education. With people like
them, students couldn't help but become On Top in their
o you all have this paper? Mr, Nowa explains how to fill out a Crosse!-Xge
onsai! Fast Freddy Perltore hams lt up at the annual Forensics dance.
ying to lind her keys, Mrs. Layne Staral hopes she doesn't have to walk all
e way back to her classroom to find them.
nding a helping hand, Mrs, Denece Galloway tries to fix Mrs. Marie Lewis'
eIIo! Mrs. Sheryl Parker waves to a passing student.
otteebreak! Mr. Ed Burke tries to relax after a particularly long day.
Have you been curious about why two teachers at AHS
have the same last name? Do they know each other? How
did they meet? Well, these puzzling questions have finally
been answered. Mr. and Mrs. Kinikin have been married for
43 years. They met on a ski trip at Mammoth and their first
date was the AHS prom.
When they got married, they were not allowed to teach
at the same school. However, after many years, the Kinikins
finally got permission to teach together at AHS. He teaches
math and she teaches English. When asked if working to-
gether created problems, Mrs. Kinikin said, "No, we know
better. We tried to convince everybody that there
wouldn't be any." Teaching at the some school, they don't
see each other often except when commuting to school.
Working together enables them to have the same circle
of friends and allows them to give each other helpful com-
ments on their classes and methods of teaching. lt is easy to
see that married life and working life mix well for this couple.
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Mr. Nowo, a new addiiion To the fac-
ully, laughi 2Oih Cenlury American Hisio-
ry, Cross-Age, and coached Girls Soflball
and Baskelpall, He enjoyed working wiih
r siudenis bui he knew, "having a sour
puss in class" could ruin a class.
There is anoiher side To Mr. Nowa be-
sides Teaching - his family. Mr. Nowa,
married for fifieen years, enjoyed spend-
ing Time wiih his newborn son, Jason, and
his five year old son, Jeff. He also enjoyed
playing sporis, reading books, and of
course grading papers.
When Mr. Nowa wanled io gel away,
he weni to his condo in Lake Arrowhead.
Mr, Nowa is handsome, humorous, ad-
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such as ConTemporary American GovernmenT and
U.S, l-lisfory, as well as being a major force in The DaTa
Processing class. Mr. Burke, who has been known To
consTanTly roll his eyes and make funny faces in class,
feels his sTudenTs benefiT from his classes mainly be-
cause of The imporfance of learning abouf our coun-
Try and how iT works. Dafa processing is almosT impor-
Tanf because To him iT represenfs The age of The fu-
Ture. To keep his sTudenTs working, Mr. Burke likes To
moTivaTe Them wiTh ThreaTs and Terminarions. lf ThaT
doesn'T work, he admiTs ThaT he does Try To be as
enThusiasTic abouf his work as possible. In his free Time
he enjoys playing Tennis and challenging someone To
a game of chess. A favoriTe Teacher of many sTu-
denfs, Mr. Ed Burke obviously makes The grade.
. J Trying To amuse his sfudenfs, Mr. Burke
T age his srudenfs To keep sfudying.
Working out her lesson plan, Barbara Hanna is walched closely by Jason Bearnguard To make sure
It's done right. Cross-Age Teaching gove sfudenls The chance To work wilh young children.
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buylng a pumpkln, Mr. Gregory Peck asks who? The price of The
ls, The pumpkin sale was a big success for The Junior Exchange Club,
Pausing whlle correcting a lest, Mr. Doug Speck Takes a
breath. He spent a lo? of his Time correcting Tests
Examlnlng a negcllve, Mr, Lou Dodd ond Paul Oakley Try To frgure our
whaT's wrong with il, Having everything clean was imporranr for phofogra
Our principal, Mr. Jerry Barshay, who has been at Arcadia
High School for two years, made many additions and im-
provements toig Arcadia High School this year. First of all. a
new computerimanagement system was developed for
the administration building. The main computer was set up
in the told Apar:hefEmployment room, and monitors were
set up throughout theffpffice. The computer system stored
attendance records,studentfrecords, grades, and grade
point averagesgitfyvqsrsetiup to improve the information of
parentsyondjstudentsggsqtgouts howlstudents were doing in
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oflipeitorrriiriglfgiiieil He hoped to continueyto
raise the sightsisofjrcddialststudents. Withthe helpiof Mr.
Barshaygf Hlglfigvvilliicontinue to pursue excellenceq
Principal Mr, Barshay starts a new day with a
clean desk and high expectations,
Student Representative to the Board Candy Maloney attended all Board of Educcj
meetings with members William H. Spuck, James A. Bryant, Robert E. Kladifko, Slephe
Goldstone, superintendent: G. Michael Allison, and Mary E. Dougherty.
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Youl gave monoy to tho school everyday. The l
money public schoolsreceived from the state. was . g
1 dependant an thenumber of students who attend- l f
seed' class. Everytime. someone ditched class, the
school lost a couple of dollars. ln order tobefsure
the school receivedias much money as it was enti-
tled to, the attendance office kept detailed re-
cords of absences. l s gg ' i l
Because ofthe number of forged readmits,stu-
i dent wasps were no longer allowed to write them and
. the secretaries took on the task. The office
changed from being open all day to only being
g Open. certain times because the secretaries need+ y
. ed time to do their other work. Telling why she liked l
l the newrsystem, Mrs. Barbara Whiteside said. "l feel
it is good because the students don't get pressured
from stheir friends and with the window .hours
is changed, it still gave us time to do our work." The
office. aides thought it was good because, "we .
l don'thave the peer pressure of giving out readmits
without the proper verificationff saidKimberly Sax-
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The people behlnd the principals: Mrs McPherson Secretary to Mr W
Mrs. Hiatt, Secretary to Mr. Powell: and Mrs Voss Secretary to Mr Pay
Lost o student? No problem. Mrs. Denece Galloway.
Mrs. Barbara Whiteside, Mrs. Marie Lewis, and Mrs. Mau-
reen Theiss in the attendance office could find out in
seconds where any student was scheduled to be.
Vislors were welcomed with c smile from Mrs. Nancy
Rothbauer, Secretary to Mr. Barshay.
Pai Kay, recepfianisl, helped sfudenis and faculiy in
main office, especially wifn the monsier xerox ma-
Wlfh a smlle, Mrs. Jean Joiner, assisfed
sfudenfs and facully all day in the Siu-
Mrs. Lenora Richardson, in charge of
Textbooks, provided sfudenfs wiih
Textbooks, reading books. and even
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Mrs, Sue Miller, in charge of The records, kepi years of facis
on fill and could easily locale any information asked for.
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RiTa Franz, speech Theraplsl, helped Those sTudenTs wllh speech drffrculhes
ln charge of lBlVl. Mrs. Louise Balabankeeps Track of The
BeTTy Yamaguchi, ln charge of Apache Employment W , ,
helped smdems find jobs, s ! 9
The cusTodlans slayed busy keeping The school clean and pre-
paring for school funcTions, FronT Row: Mr, Van Banks, Mr. Sal A
Moreno, Mr, Mike MonTisanTi. Back Row: Mr, Terry Dodd. Mr. Jesse
Lugo CNighT Head Cusrodianj, Mr. Gary Carnes fSenlor Head
Cusiodianp, Mr. Gilben' Beruman. NoT picTured: Cheryl Coclding-
Ton, Russel Laloncle, Hash Carreon, and William Thomas.
The campus securiTy paTrolled The campus To keep The sTudenTs
ln Their place and safe. They were: Lou Rozier, Ms. Pai Zuvala, Mr.
Ernie Ross. Michelle Yang, and Mr. Sherm Walgren,
1 Special Guidance
Lillian Di Salvo, Mrs. Mildred Mosher. Mrs. CaTherine Ray, Mrs. Kava
sysTem which gave sTudenTs exTra help wiTh Their sTudies,
CafeTeria sTafT - Mrs. Armella Walgren CManagerj. Front Row: Mrs: Emma
Key, Mrs, Nadine Libfrechi, Ms. Olivia Reyes, Ms. Blanche Thompson, Mrs.
KimeTryijerich. and Mrs. Emma BronTe. Bock Row: Mr. Manuel Garcia, Mrs.
Tracy STerla, Ms, Marie CaserITa, Mrs. Rose DahlsTrom, Mrs. Diane Wendt
Mrs, Dellna Dale, Ms. Frances Jehnings, Mrs. Helga Key, Ms. Carol Robinson
Mrs. Vera Novelli. Ms. KiT Osebuld, and Mrs. Joanne Gallina. WiThouT This
staff, sTudenTs and faculTy would have been forced To brown bag iT
ROP and Career Guidance: Mrs. Sharon Coleman, Mrs. Jean Mcilyar. Mrs.
Teri Weeks, Mrs. Elaine Saddoris, and Mrs. Cynthia Koger Qnoi picTuredj.
They helped sTudenTs obTain jobs in The field They were inTeresTed.
Mrs. Tina Malchow, Mrs. Lana Grafius, Mrs. Bunny Poker, Mrs. Carol Tesner,
and Mrs. Sharon Erikson. fnoT piciuredj were pari of The special educaTion
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Joan Caringella, The nurse, was The one To Turn To for P.E.
home excuses when you were sick.
Librariansl Mrs. Mary Cooper, Mrs. PaTT Richards, and Mrs.
aThy Coffman helped sTudenTs find whaT They needed.
To whom do you Turn if you are inTeresTed in planning
your future? The Career Guidance Cenier, ROP, and
Apache Employmem' were ready and eager To help
sTudenTs find good jobs. ROP and The Career Guidance
CenTer helped prepare sTudenTs in an environmeni similar
To where They wished To work and also earn crediTs Toward
Where's your ID card? Aren'T you supposed To be in
class? These were a few of The famous sayings from The
campus securiTy guards. Their job was To patrol The
campus. To keep The sTudenTs in Their classes, To check all
on-coming and off-going passes, and To prevenT smoking
and loiTering. They were an asseT To AHS and were liked by
boTh The faculTy and sTudenTs. They could be found
anywhere on campus, so if you are o Trouble seeker, be on
The look-ouT for campus securiTy.
Teenagers were taced with stricter
requirements for graduation and col-
lege entrance. In order to fulfill the
higher. xexpectations. many students
focused their schedules around math
and science courses but still found time
to take courses providing practical ex-
perience. Some of these programs in-
cluded: ROP, Cross-Age Teaching,
Apache News, Apache Pow Wow.
and Exploring Foods. These classes
were popular because they gave a
"break from the books" and provided
practical informafionthey would need
in the future. A T
Being paid to go to school had its
advantages. R.O.P,, the Regional Oc-
cupational Program gave studentsthe
T opportunity to work and to get school
credit for doing it. Students acquired
knowledge and skills which helped
them to adapt to the the job world. "l
iike R.O.P. because it let me know
more about the field l'm interested in,"
said Erin Gannon. Though R.O.P. took
extra time. most student felt if was
worth it. A i
Tlrediot always being the stu-
dent? Try being a teacher! Started
by Mrs. Voznick, Cross Age Teach-
ing wastaught to students interest-
ed ln children and provided training
for a possible occupation. By teach-
ing physical education at the ele-
. mentary schools, students learned
about children's behavioral patterns
and haw to .cope with them. Thom-
as Greep said he "felt important be-
cause of the attention i received
from my kids which I loved."
Washing the dishes, Mrs. Laurie Larson
watches the students, G-5 was the source of
ALLEY OOPI The parachute goes up by the
command of Mr. Brad. The anxious kids were
ready to run under the parachute with Brad
Mouth-watering aromas often
filled "G" hall. The Exploring Foods
class was responsible for many stu-
- dents' hunger pains when they
passed the room. Taught by Mrs.
Laurie Larson, students learned the
fundamentals of preparing .food
. and the importance of nutrition,
"The class was fun but there were a
lot of quizzes so you couldn't expect
to cook everyday," saidkaren Ro-
back. Meanwhile, BON APPETITE!
. EXTRA, EXTRA, READ ALL ABOUT
IT! The Pow Wow. published every 2
A weeks, was directed by Mr. Jim
O'Brien. The staff collected the la-
test Apache information and distrib-
B uted the paper during oth period.
The paper ,consisted of game
scores, spotlights on special stu-
dents, upcoming events, and cre-
ative articles. "The Pow Wow was
on exciting way to meet new peo-
ple and it gave us a chance to be
creative," said Colleen Moran, a
Fritz and Dr.i George watch out!
The Apache News was televised on
Tuesdays and Thursdays and relat-
ed factsrabout recent events and
other important news, The students
participating in the Apache News
received experience and self-confi-
dence. Peter Elia said the class was,
"interesting, especially the techni-
cal part because it's what l hope to
do in the future. if l could. l'd take it
Putting on the llnlshlng touches, Susan Fer-
dinando adds another column to the paper.
The Apache Pow Wow provided information
about what was going on in the school.
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lloroadlng their work, James Italia, Kim Sneider, and Brett Betzler, laugh about their stories. The Agache
Pow Wow allowed friendships to develop.
Telllng a funny joke, Shannon Holbrook keeps the attention of her
students. Cross-Age Teaching was good experience in handling
children as well as being fun.
Adjusting the sound, Charles Deal makes the appropriate changes
The Apache News gave students the opportunity to work behind a
Dost puintbs? osks Mr. Brown To Julian Lin. Mr., Brown tried not to speck much English
thot the sfudenls' ecufs would become accustomed To The' sound of Spanish.
Naiting for a student to find his homework, Mr. Steve Rowe watches suspectantly,
Helping a student with his schedule, Mrs. Driver suggests
an English class. i . '
There were many
courses offered to gift-
ed students. The stu-
dents' extra efforts and
shown by an extra
grade point averaged
into their G.P.A.
The AP Teachers pre-
pared students for col-
lege. They expected
and received hard-
working students striv-
ing for a good educa-
tion. Since so many stu-
dents enroiled in the
program, more classes
were needed to ac-
commodate them all,
At the end of the
year, each student
took an advanced
placement test. If he
did well on this exam by
earning a Vi" or a
he could receive col-
lege credit and skip a
year of that subject in
7 Silly sophomores
8 Jolly juniors
9 Stud seniors
'I c. V.W. bugs
45 prs. White boots
'l tsp, Rugby shirts
4 gal. Bleached blonds
20 Awesome athletes
5 Cuddling couples
42 Poster hunks
'l lb. Base faces
1000 Perky partiers
'IO boxes Apache pride
1 dash Chirping cheerleaders
2 grains grains Silver studs
First. mix sophomores, juniors, and seniors until creamy. Then blend
in V.W. bugs, boots, and shirts. ln a separate bowl add: blondes,
athletes, couples, poster hunks, and partiers. Stir into original ingre-
dients until completely mixed. Sift pride, cheerleaders, and base
faces together then add to the mixture. Bake at 350 until it forms an
Sprinkle with silver studs and serve.
Doing lost nlght's homework, Christopher Beanes hurries
to finish it. Snack was the last chance to get it done.
Going over o play, Whitney Jones and ss -
Ana Munoz memorize their lines. Drama
class was fun and challenging because
they performed many exciting plays.
Trying to find a book, Derrick Pedronti
searches through his never ending mess.
After bringing the wrong book to class.
some students resolved to keep their
A hug a day keeps the grumples away. Good coachfstudent
relationships were vital to team success. Kirsten Henderson and
Coach Paul Duhart watch as an Arcadia tennis team member de
feats her opponent.
Relaxing wllh a science book, Natasios Darlas studies for an up
coming test. Many students found craming helpful
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body and Eric Seastedt catch up on the day's
events. Free class time was usually spent social-
izing with friends.
with a special Interest In Apache sports,
Mr. Barshay and Mr. White attended ev-
ery football game and encouraged oth-
ers to come and support our team.
Afier a hard school day, Teachers
looked forward To Their Time off. Be
lieve iT ornoT, our Teachers led sepa
raTe and inTeresTing lives aside from
grading papers. Teachers enjoyed leT
Ting loose on Their Time off almosT as
much as we did!
Some of The more enThusiasTic focal
Ty members enjoyed spending Their
spare Time ouTdoors. AcTiviTies which
were popular were bike riding, skiing,
jogging, spending Time wiTh Their kids,
going To The beach, and Traveling. Still
oThers enjoyed The relaxaiion of read-
ing, sleeping, grading papers, and
square dance geT TogeTher in
side Mr Wheiler also likes To fish every
chance he gefs
Mr Peck is also a man of many ac
Tivilies. He enjoys skiing dancing cy-
cling, Tennis, vollyball, going To The
beach, and mosT of all spending Time
wiTh his fiance. Mr. Peck is also sTill ac-
Tive in his college fraTerniTy.
Mr. Peck and his fiance are siill acrive in
college fraTerniTy and sororliy.
Gefioui of my way! Mr. Cramer departs for his exciiing
Teachers Time Off
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Top 10 Teachers
Afier polling many siudenis aboui
Their favorife Teacher, we were
able To narrow down The marry
choices 'ro a Top Ten. Congraiula-
Tions To The following Teachers
43 Mrs. Giles
23 Dr. Ohderaonk
33 Mr. Peck
A3 Mr. Warren
53 Mrs High
63 Mrs Abooa
73 Mrs Tedesco
83 Mr Nahra
93 Mr Nowa
'IO3 Miss Nairn
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While cleaning test tubes, Mr. Jones is astonished to learn that every-
one has finished his homework.
Helping students with their assignments, Mr. Burke seems to
find everyday a
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take notes as Mr. Wiiks explains Wherever he goes, Mr. Nowa atways seems to attract an admirer.
Toprc of the day.
"You like who? What does she look like, wait, we
can look her up in the yearbook." I heard These words
spoken by My Owner with his friends so many times I
could Tell you what happens next.
Right after My Owner came to the brilliant conclusion
of looking up The mystery girl in The yearbook, he made a
mad dash for it before his friend could reach iT. My Owner
knew right where to find her picture too, in The People
section, where everyone's "mug" shot appeared. My
Owner referred to The People section all The Time to
match new friends' faces with names.
My Owner and l are very close. I Think l'm his favorite. l
was always The one he picked when he wanted to im-
press someone. yet didn'T want to overdress. Yes, as a
Generra sweatshirt, l couldn't help but function as a
symbol of "togetherness."
My Owner, with a little help from his fashion coordinator
- me, felt confident knowing he was in style and that he
could relax and let his personality shine through. With
confidence and pride, My Owner could live his life 'iOn
Larry, Moe, and Curly breeze Through another astro-physic class. Dell Peter-
son, Bradley Jarvis, and Douglas Davies are actually relaxing before the bell
Hoping that her pictures will turn out all right, Danielle Deyarmond takes a
break during photography class.
lt's Joe Cool himself! Don Ballarini Takes his Time getting to class.
Nap time! Christine Becker relaxes during lunch. There are some things one will
Fit as a fiddle, Ryan Ware gets a clean bill of health at the school-organized
Surprised to see an old friend, Laura Bloomfield shrieks with delight.
Pulling with all his might, Nastasios Darlas tries to win the tug-of-war compe-
tition for the seniors.
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Sioriing high school meonT o
loT of new experiences. A new
school ofien presenied prob-
lems such os finding closses
ond moking friends. From be-
ing QT The Top in junior high ond
Then dropping To The boTTom
of high school, one musT re-
member wos quiie o chonge
ond mony ofien needed on
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ond ideos come new inTeresTs,
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come involved in ocTiviTies
ond clubs. Alihough foced
wiTh The reoliiy of 0 fi'1Gfd
schedule, mosi sTudenTs found
The Time To join clubs, geT in-
volved in sTudenT governmeni
ond cheer for Arcodio oi
mony differenT sporTs evenis.
Though school could be d
drcig, siudenis olwoys had
weekends To look forword To.
Krisiine Lechler demonsiroies her limbo skills as Justin
Smilh woiis for his Turn.
Coughi snoring The lolesi gossip is Lourci Sismondo
ond Heidi Bezold.
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wishes her locker was organized.
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Lara Sumner was chosen to be a
representative to the Hugh O'Brien
Youth Foundation Leadership Training
Program for 4987.
Each year California schools are in-
vited to send two students to the
HOBY Seminar. Actor Hugh O'Brien
formed the foundation in an effort to
teach young students about busi-
ness, government and leadership
skills. At the completion of the three-
day seminar finalists were chosen to
compete in the Nationals in Denver.
Lara Sumner was involved in sever-
al leadership positions: her work with
Pre-Reach Arcadia, Sophomore
Class Treasurer, the Speech Team,
and Chairman for a drug assembly on
campus. "l'm looking forward to re-
presenting the Sophomore Class at
the HOBY Seminar in June!" said Lara.
This year's HOBY recipient, Lara Sumner,
accomplished a lot. She felt that she
learned a lot from this experience.
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bike seemed foolish.
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hobby while for oThers iT was a
serious sporT. EnThused cyclisTs
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a popular acTiviTy among sTudenTs.
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Book Dicfionary defines Them as
"a way To Try To remove blame
of." They could also be described
as an easy way To geT ouT of a
mess. The TruTh of The maTTer was
ThaT everyone used Them and
everyone abused Them. The
mosT Tradifional school excuses
had To do wiTh Tardies and home-
work. STudenTs acTed as if They
were simply innocenT or ignoranT
of Their crimes. The TradiTion
dragged on wiTh excuses like,
"The dog aTe my homework,"
"My mofher Threw iT away," "I
suddenly came down wiTh a virus
lasT nighT," or The old sfandby, "I
Calling home To mom To see if his home-
work was There, Mike Roberls waifs hope-
fully. The feeling of empfiness was felT by
many when The Teacher checked for
homework and iT was missing.
Who has the right of way? Al-
tho h '
ug some would have inked to,
it was difficult to forget the first
time behind the wheel of a car.
Many 45 year-olds figured driving
would be no sweat since they
were good with bumper cars and
After the initial shock of what
car was like many
driving a real ,
adjusted well with only a few
Once sophomores learned how
to drive, the next thing to do was
to get a license. The thought of
returning to the DMV for a license
could send chills up the spines of
some of the squeamler sopho-
mores. With a license, all that was
left was sweet-talking parents
into a car!
Jeff Folsen laughs at his most important
test grade in Mr. Witfkofsky's Drivers' Edu-
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president of The sophomore
class? Ask Jon Shafer. Because
The sophomore class could noT
sponsor acTiviTies alone, iT sup-
porTed The junior and senior
classes in as many projecTs as
possible. "Following school poli-
cies and rules was imporTanT To
be a good class and officer," said
Jon Shafer. As sophomore class
presidenT, Jon meT many new
sTudenTs and The adminisTraTion
of Arcadia High School. One
problem Jon dealT wiTh was jug-
gling his class office, sporTs, and
schoolwork. In spiTe of This, Jon
felT good abouT The exTenT of his
parTicipaTion in The sophomore
class and Arcadia High School.
Keeping in line wiTh school spiriT, Sopho-
more PresidenT Jon Shafer exchanges
goo-goo eyes wiTh BeTh Donner.
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you were with your friends. This
can be seen by the hop
of Keri Paxson, Ale
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Most of the underclass thought
they should be allowed to have
open lunch. They argued that by
the time they get to high school
they should have a chance to
prove their reliability. "If T. C. High
can have open campus, why
can't we?" questioned J.P. De-
Local merchants and parents
shared another view. They
thought tardies to after-lunch
classes would increase discipline
and problems at local businesses
would go up.
Many thought that there was
plenty of time for them to have
that freedom later.
While seniors struggled to retain
their open lunch privilege, the un-
derclass hoped for the some
After a lunch out at Taco Lita, Dustin Dike,
Denise Richardson and Mike Roberts real-
ized it wasn't so good after all! Work de-
tail was intended to keep students from
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was imporfanl since if was Their
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oboui the evenings prospects.
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How quickly we wanTed
The days To pass, Then sud-
denly realized The year was
over. High School was al-
mosT over. Only one more
year. For The mosT parT The
junior year was enjoyed by
The class of 88. MosT juniors
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The pressures of being The
new kid on The block. STu-
denTs Took school a liTTIe
more seriously in Their junior
year. More dlfficulT classes
and responsibiliTies unheard
of To mosT sophomores mul-
Tiplied The inTense pressure
To bring home decenf
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lenges needed To be meT
This year. Many of Them
found Time To Take parT in
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chance To give pan' of
Themselves To The school.
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able parf of junior life was
more freedom Than in 'iOTh
grade. MosT juniors had The
liberTy To Take The car and
go ouT wiTh friends on
weekends. SomeTimes ju-
niors Took advanTage of
Thier freedom and goT inTo
Trouble. BuT The wiser ones
knew how valuable free-
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chez, ond Lisa Vasquez just finished third period drill tedm ond
ore trying to cross the roly court without getting wet.
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ranch in Filgandra, New SouTh
Wales, AusTralia for Ten weeks.
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aTTended school. Home life was
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because she was wiTh 41,000
sheep, a herd of caTTle, and oTh-
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lian family and parT of Australia.
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bered The mosT were her family
and friends, and The beauTiful
counTry's flaT lands and skies.
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ience as well as a learning one. Kim
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Georgina Edwards was one of
The many sTudenTs who found a
job Through The Apache Employ-
menT Service. Working aT a Iciw-
yer's office, only a few blocks
from campus, Georgina feIT forTu-
naTe To have This firsT job. When
she was inferviewed, They asked
her quesTions abouf her acTiviTies,
likes, dislikes, aTTiTudes, and even
her grades. She said ThaT even
Though she was nervous abouT iT,
she ThoughT iT was quife simple. In
her job she Typed, filed, and or-
ganized. "Even Though iT's hard
somefimes To go To work when l'd
like To go somewhere else, I am '
glad ThaT I do have ThaT responsi-
biIiTy, for iT helps me learn so much
abouT myself," Georgina said.
"Do you understand whci I want you To
do, Georgina?" says The law clerk. Junior
Georgina Edwards experienced working
in a law office Through The Apache Em-
Juniors 1 9 5
Were parTies really as bad as
people said? The majoriTy of
parenTs, police, and newspapers
replied yes. Some of The major
complainTs were The drinking and
The fighTing which was said To go
on. Alfhough a big worry, They
seemed To be under much more
confrol by The end of The year.
Some sTudenTs on The oTher
hand, saw Things differenTly,
Many felT ThaT parTies were a
good way To meeT people and
ThaT many of The parTies sTarTed
wiTh jusT a few friends and ThaT
lack of conTrol led To drinking.
STudenTs were also disappoinTed
wiTh The way The adulis made iT
sound like everyone was guilTy
when only a few aciually were.
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make a nuisance were noi repre-
senTaTive of The enTire sTudenT
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dent," while all Lyn Bowen want-
ed was a S'lO0,000 shopping
spree on Rodeo Drive. Many stu-
dents dreamed of owning a car.
Christine Taddei worshipped the
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topj, and Bill Dougherty would
settle for a white Ferrari Testar-
osa. Another common wish was
to go out with someone extra
special. Kim Humphrey and Jenny
Holmes felt Dave Morgan and
Chris McCain were unique
Dreams kept the spirit alive, al-
though embarrassing, commom.
or bizarre, wishes added an in-
triguing dimension to our lives.
CAT member Michelle Cazares wishes for
many victories. Everone has his own
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denTs. Even Though summer was
quickly approaching aT The end
of The school year, no one could
seem To walT. So everyone fled
for The beach on week-ends.
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Anywhere from Seal To Tressels.
sTudenTs could easily be found.
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also very popular. Julie Thinger
said, l'lT's a greaf place To relax
. . . waTch The guys surf!"
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When asked about skate-
boarding, Todd Guerrette and
Dale Bactley said, "lt's a heck of
a lot better than surfing." The
skateboarding population is rap-
idly growing and skating is be-
coming a world-wide pastime.
The most popular skateboarding
ramps are in southern California.
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over 'IO skating ramps. Though
skating can be dangerous, it is fun
and involves a lot of excitement
for both participants and specta-
tors. The last large skating com-
petition was the "Holiday Havoc"
at the Anaheim Convention Cen-
ter held at the end of 4986. Skat-
ing fans are eagerly waiting for
the next big competition.
While taking a break from school, Greg
Hoon practices for his next skateboarding
competition. Obviously, those long hours
of practice paid off.
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dreams were evenTually fulfilled
y mommy and daddy. OThers
diligenTly worked To pay for mosT
or almosT all of iT by Themselves.
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a ia ranging from old
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whaT They drove buT Laura Brew-
er remarked, ' '
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geT around when you've goT one
of you own." WhaT someone
mighT Think of as a "clunker,"
mighT be someone else's pride
This Camarro, belonging To Dino Omens,
spends anoTher day sunning in The school
parking ioT. The parking ioT was The main
place for Apache cars To sTay while Their
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could walk into a room and most
students would be sucking on lol-
lypops. lt looked like everyone
was happy as long as the were
munching on their treat.
The clubs were happy to earn
money so that they could use it
for special projects. "lt could be
really frustating when everyone
was sick of M 84 M's, and you had
to find a way to sell the remaining
candy," commented Alison
Buying their daily food supply from Laura
Bloomfield are Elena Contreras and Su-
zanne Kazek. Selling candy was a way
most clubs made their money.
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Julie Thinger, Mark Smilh, and Rou-
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Friends Forever was the plan of Vivion
Lenchuk, Nisha Desai, Cari Larre, and Mer-
edilh Kaplan. Going our was one way slu-
denls enjoyed Themselves.
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Darrin Vercillo enjoy Themselves by
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enough, when seniors ocTuoIly sTopped before November 30, They olso senT off
ond oncilyzed Their T3 long yeors of Their opplicoTions To oTher prospecTive
school, They couldn'T believe ThoT iT wos colleges. lvlony seniors remember rushing
olmosT over. inTo The counseling office oT The losT min-
"""""" lvlony memories will olwoys sToy wiTh uTe wiTh quesTions obouT Their opplico-
These seniors. School ToughT everyThing Tions. WiTh The counselors' help, The sTu-
from finger-poinTing ond coloring To wriT- denTs survived The crises.
ing Term popers ond solving colculus The spring semesTer broughT severe
------------- problems. By The end of Their junior yeor, 'lsenioriTis." STudenTs olreody occepTed
sTudenTs couldn'T woiT To begin colling To college suddenly losT inTeresT in oco-
Themselves "SENlOl?S." Those who hodn'T demics. To geT owoy from 'l3 yeors of
begun To Think of Themselves os seniors homework ond sTress, mony sTudenTs es-
were quickly broughT bock To reoIiTy coped To The beoch.
i when "senior porTrdiTs" were Token in The boccoloureoTe, senior breokfosT,
mid-July. groduoTion, ond grod-nighT signciled The
The firsT semesTer seemed To include o end of high school ond The beginning of
whirlwind of ocTivlTies. The senior closs someThing Terrifyingly brond new. Sud-
"""""'-"""""' picTure wos Token in The fooTboll sTonds. denly 'I3 yeors of school become ci kolei-
Senior counseling sessions sTorTed in order doscope of fond memories wiTh ci few
To help The sTudenTs prepore for college. Trogedies ond heorToches mixed in. The
And The seniors hod Their ldsT chonce To Closs of '87 wenT inTo The world wiTh '13
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Chondelier Boll before becoming olumni. iences, ond of fun which will sTond Them in
November become The "officiol"
monTh To send in college opplicoTions.
good sTeod for The resT of Their lives.
Rocking around the clock," Kerry Milano
and Jacquelin Wilson dance fifties.
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Havlng a blast, Sieve Whipple ond Joe
Pallodino show Their enihusiarn.
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Forged readmits were hard To
obtain. Because sTudenTs con-
Tinuously "helped each oTher
ouT," The adminisTraTion sTopped
allowing sTudenT office aides To
wriTe ouT readmiTs, The aTTen-
dance office closed during parTs
of The day To give The secrefaries
Time To aTTend To oTher duTies.
STudenTs no longer could come in
The middle of The period and had
To geT Their readrniT during snack.
Lianne Churchman said, "I was
absenT less ofTen because iT was
Too much of a hassle To geT back
inTo class." A sTudenT could no
longer sleep in because his friend
in The aTTendance office firsT peri-
od would noT be able To give him
"his easy TickeT back To class."
Wciiing for her readmif back To class,
Danielle Deyarmond is glad The aTTen-
dance office is open. Seniors learned To
follow The new hours of The aTTendance
or CaTherine Allin
2 1 2 Seniors
Thomas Boyd Jr.
Adam Brockie III
Seniors 2 1 3
Kai Shun Chan
2 1 4 Senior
With an S.A.T. score of 1510
Qonly 90 points away from a
perfect scorej, four AP classes,
Pep Band, Senior Men, and Foren-
sics, Doug Davies managed to
find some time for himself. When
asked how he kept up with his
many interests, Doug replied, "by
pretending I can budget my time,
but sometimes it's very difficult."
In his treasured spare time,
Doug enjoyed learning to wind
surf and even found time to
choose a role model. When
asked who his role models were,
Doug said, "Oh, God, lots of peo-
ple, but probably H.L. Mencken Ca
social criticj and Alfred Hitch-
Senior Doug Davies sits in class contem-
plating the day's events. Although clas-
stime was designed for classwork, most
students needed a minute to put their
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Ancient Egypt never looked
better. Designed by Diego Con-
nelly, Steve Kopp, and Steve lvli-
trovich, the mural added some
spark to the barren "F" hall. With
a meticulous eye, Jeff Stone and
the advanced drawing and
painting class painted the mural.
Dena Johnson said, "I think it's
great our school brought some of
the artistic talent forward onto
the Arcadia High Campus." Those
who participated in the formation
of the mural will always be able to
come back to the campus, point
to the mural, and say with pride,
"I helped to put that there."
This fancy Egyptian artwork, done by
various students, could be seen while
walking to class down F-Hall.
seniors 2 1 7
Where To? was The quesTion
mosT asked by seniors in The
middle of The day. They usually
replied Burger King, Taco LiTa,
and Belly BusTer. Open lunch
was one of The privileges which
seniors received and They all
seemed To enjoy going ouT in-
sTead of sTaying aT school. Lin-
da Benioff said "The besT Thing
abouT going ouT To lunch is ThaT
iT gives a break away from
Smlles were given by Jackie Murovich
and LineTTe O'Bannon as They eaT.
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Anne Marie Grund
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Don'T forgeT your senior
checkllsil For The firsT Time, seniors
g7fe1,a,4a!Seagm! I I 1 l 4 I
meT wiTh Their counselors ln smdll
groups To discuss Their plons ofTer
groduoTion. Seniors skipped gov-
ernmenT closs fif The sTudenT
didn'T hcrve governmenr, onoTher
closs wos chosenj once every
few weeks To Ieorn crbouT grddu-
oTion requiremenTs, college re-
quiremenTs, ond how To compuTe
o GPA. Louro Jenkins soid The
meeTings were helpful becouse "I
goT o chonce To see my counsel-
or regulorly, ond To hedr oTher
sTudenTs' quesTions which I hodn'T
ThoughT of osking."
To Ieorn more about college, Tonyo Mur-
rdy ond STephonie Rodrlquez Tolk To Mrs.
Lucy Berger. Group counseling was o new
ideo which mony sTudenTs opproved of.
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The obligaiions of The senior
class were Taken care of by The
Senior Council. ln charge of or-
ganizing The baccalaureaTe, The
gradualion ceremony, and The
all-nighT gradualion parTy, The
Council spenf mosl of The year
planning fund-raisers such as a
candy sale and The 'November
DusTs" dance. The officers noT on
The ExecuTive Counicl began a
new program To help new sTu-
denis feel comforfable during
Their firsT few days aT Arcadia
High. Mike Jacoby said, "The sen-
ior class officers made graduafion
possible, as well as successful,"
Senior councIl-- Froni Row: Mike Jacoby.
President Kelly lVlcEnTee, SenaTor. Row 2:
Lianne Churchman, Vice Presidenf: Eric
STonecipher, Boys Youfh Commissioner.
Back Row: Jennifer SuTTon, Treasurer: Tri-
cia Reno, Girls Youih Commissioner: Lori
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lT's okay To say "NO!" In pur-
suiT of excellence, a drug TesTing
program was iniTiaTed wiTh The
help of The ParenT AlerT Drug
Awareness Program. STudenTs
volunTeering for The confidenTiaI
drug Tesiing program were
placed on a IisT and Then ran-
domly chosed. They were TesTed
for alcohol, marijuana, and oTher
drugs which were commonly
The program aimed To reduce
peer pressure To experimenT wiTh
drugs. The execuTive council and
fooTball Team volunTeered for The
firsT TesT. Mike Jacoby commenT-
ed, "The program is an excelIenT
excuse for Those who are unde-
cided abouT drugs To say UNO!"
Red rlbbon week promoted an anfl-drug
movement and coincided wiTh The new
drug-TesTing. Anne Marie Grund, Wendy
Dresson, and Anna Echeverrio demon-
sTraTe Their suppon for The campaign.
Two by Iwo They go. Couples
drew The aTTenTion of Their peers
no maTTer where They wenT. Al-
mosT every Teen who dafed
someone regularly Tried To spend
an equal amounf of Time on The
weekends wiTh his 'lmain
squeeze" as he did wifh his
friends. Leslie HerringTon said, "iT
doesn'T seem To be a problem
because all of my friends are
friends wifh my boyfriend." For
Those noT as forTunaTe as Leslie.
Time managemenf was usually
difficulf. The decision To noT go on
a daTe and insfead To spend Time
wifh friends, or vise-versa, was
hard To make because someone
usually gof hurf.
"Coke Is lil" and so were doughnuts for
John Durbin and Leslie Herringfon.
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ond brighT described The new red
lockers. The bledkness of monkey
vomiT green-hued hdlls vdnished
forever when The lockers were
reviTdllzed. The new look seemed
To repel vonddls. Books sTood up
dnd soluTed when iT wds Time To
go To closs: They were so gldd To
escdpe from Their previous
swomp-green prision. Liso Rigglo
sold, "When I firsT sow The lockers I
ThoughT iT wds redlly cuTe be-
cduse The brighT red brouQhT ouT
school spirT. WiTh d criTicdl eye,
Jeff Cimini remdrked, 'lThe lock-
ers broughT d big chdnge wiTh
The brighT red color dnd The fresh
Glowlng red matches Jay Herron's emo-
tion cis he fumbles for his key ds The bell is
clbouT To ring!
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Flying hot dogs, soaring rats,
and rotten eggs ore now port of
the history of Arcoclio's ossem-
blies. School spirit wos Dock.
When osked what she thought of
the school spirit ot Arcodio, vorsi-
ty songleoder Kristen Dorwin sold
"l'm hoppy with the increosing
omount of spirit our school hos
shown." Principol of Activities
Thomos Poyne's enthusiostic otti-
tude greotly improved the pep
ossemblies. As senior Brocl Jorvis
puts it, 'ilhomos Poyne is highly
Kicking buck, Brod Sexton ond Brod
Compbell enjoy themselves os they ore
entertoinecl by the pep squod.
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ria, many sTudenTs noficed liTTle,
square, slabs of concreTe wiTh in-
scripTions wriTTen on Them. These
were The senior squares. The
squares were a privilege shared
by The senior class. These "6 X "6
squares could be purchased by
senior sTudenTs in order for Them
To leave a parT of Themselves aT
Arcadia High. The memories of
school and friends will be imprinT-
ed in The squares forever. Kirk Si-
mone sTaTed, "Senior squares
were a greaT way To leave your
name aT The school and To cre-
aTe a greaT memory."
Leaving a mark at Arcadia High was
imporianT To seniors. Kirk Simone, Susan
Hyde, and Michael Guerrero Think abouf
The message They wanT To wrire.
, A y Tiffany Van Horn
Krisfofer Van Osdel
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100 people surveyed, Top 5
answers on The board. Here's
The auesTion: 'lWhaT is your
5. UC San Diego
These were The Top five col-
leges chosen by senior sTudenTs.
Many fanTasized abouT going To
These colleges buT each sTudenT
had his doubTs of acTually being
accepTed. Seniors during The
monThs of November and De-
cember were busily working on
Their applicaTions for college. By
February, seniors became Tense
and frusTraTed as The college ac-
cepTances and rejecTions arrived
in The mail, As June Cho puT iT,
"College is a nighTmare!
Wilh The pressure ol college applications due,
seniors needed quick informaiion. Spencer Nar-
delle and Kimberly Saxelby invesiigaie various
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in The Homecoming game,
out, Candy DahlsTrom, BeTTy Cardone, Ananda Cullinane, and
BurmeisTer enjoy a quieT lunch wiTh friends. Some seniors elecTea To
aT school rather Than fighT The crowds aT fasT foocl resTauranTs,
flashy costumes, Orchesis members Debbi DeLong and Melissa
dance To The beat of "PoinT Of No ReTurn" aT The Homecoming
To be forgotten Is The memory of being a Homecoming queen.
by NaTasios Darlos, Queen Jennifer Billings enjoys her momenT of
Enjoying the hot sun and cool water, John Danciari ancl
Jennifer Kincart snow off Their Talenl for water skiing auring
a trip To Big Bear Lake. Many seniors vacarionea at nearby
lakes ana rivers.
Cruising around town, Stacy Rodriguez shouts To nearby
Friday nights always brought something unexpected,
and The Homecoming game was no exception. Kerry Mi-
lano, Shannon Baker, and Anika Samarzicn smile while an-
licipating an exciting evening,
Tnrill Seeking Seniors
lorseback riding helps Karen Caputo ease the complexities of life.
:rape juice. Dressed as grapes, the varsity club, following Keith
ierrick, skated around the track while playing, "Heard it Through l
-iespite their driving privileges, many people still rode their bikes
round town for pleasure and exercise. Shannon Stone ond Lianne
thurchman are in the middle of a pike trip.
Thrill Seeking Seniors 2
A tunny moment is almost always unexpected. Life's strange
quirks of fate often produce a humorous situation resulting in
laughter. Ambrose Bierce in the Devil's Dictionary wrote, "Laugh-
ter, n. An interior convulsion, producing a distortion of the features
and accompanied by inarticulate noises." The Webster's New
World Dictionary defines convulsion as, "a violent, involuntary
splasm of the muscles." The words laughter and convulsion are
closely related, therefore the next time something bazaar hap-
pens and someone makes a noise, be sure it's laughter and not a
Kicking back at snack Scot Blevins. Eric Tyree,
Greg Tyson, Pete Sedleneck, and Eric Laun dis-
cuss their weekend plans.
VICTORY was in the mind of song girl Kristin Dar-
win as she observes an exciting football game.
Hoping for a sale, Linette O'Bannon and Jackie
lvlarovich hold one of their good-looking pump-
kins. The pumpkin sale was a main fundraiser for
the Junior Exchange Club.
Pauslng a moment to think ot his next class,
Brad Gillette relaxes during snack. This time gave
students a little break before returning to their
Those Funny Moments
Someone lold me a slory aboul a guy who ran inlo a lree
in Mammolh while skiing, he didn'l know lhal I was lhal guy.
My egg cracked in lhe library.
When I fell flal on my face in fronl of Tad Schillings.
When someone pul a padlock on my bell loop and I had lo
go To lhe janilor lo gel il cul off.
The zipper of my jeans broke during Lllh period and when I
called my mom, she broughl every pair of jeans I had lo
A group of friends and I wenl up lo Arrowhead and we
didn'l have any waler for lhe weekend.
THINGS . .
I was wilh Karen Capulo and when we pulled up lo
Burger King we ordered a Big Mac and a Happy Slar.
I walked inlo room A-I inslead of room B-I and lold some
guy lo gel oul of my seal, bul il wasn'l my seal.
I was driving lhe wrong direclion in a lane and had lo go
backwards wilh all lhe cars coming loword me.
The wailress al Twohey's asked me if I wanled Diller-
sweel or milk chocolale lapping on my sundae, I replied,
I wenl lo May Co. lo gel concerl lickels. When I gol
lhere I was looking al all lhe people in line and noi paying
allenlion lo my driving, lhus I ran inlo The wall, in fronl of
Learning lo drive a slick shifl.
huring c mysterious secret, Wendy Morgan and Sieve Provenzano casually Dancing in the Dark, Jacauelin Wilson. Suzanne
alk afler school. Fauria. and Jill Johnson enjoy lhe music al lhe Fasl
Freddie Dance. When Bruce Springsleen's 5-album Seniors
colleclion hil lhe markel, il wenl slralghl lo ill
A Peculiar Drama , ',
Behold, The players of a
peculiar drama. ln a curious
display of idiocrisy, These
five people demonsTraTe
The awesome aTTenTion
span of The human mind. An
unknown phenomenon, ap-
paranTly occuring skyward
in all direcflons, mysTifies and
infrigues wiTnesses who
shield Their eyes from The
specTacle wiTh hands and
sunglasses. Could This mo-
menTous aTmospheric con-
diTion accounf for The un-
A Song of
convenfional behavior of
our oTher players as well?
NoTice The suspicios aspecf
of The painfully iihunched"
man. is he making a geT-
away or merely rehearsing
his solo guiTar performance
for a rock concerf? Only The
proud maTroniy guardian of
The adorable liTTle child acTs
Typically as she muses over
The baby's gibbering con-
versaTion wiTh The bear doll.
Or is iT all so very Typical?
LiTTle does grandma know
ThaT cuTe and cuddley Baby
BeTTy's gibbering is perfecTly
To Those of non-Terran origin
aT leasT. lf one lisTens care-
fully and TranslaTes, one will
hear, i'Echo seven. Hey Boo-
Boo, do you read me? You
mighT wanT To Turn on your
cloaking device. People are
beginning To noTice you
now ThaT you're in The aT-
mosphere. Oh, and shuT off
your krypToniTe beam, iT's
affecTing my uncle's brain a
liTTle biT. Thanks, and have
fun aT Disneyland. lT's The
happiesT place on earTh,
Spring and Joy Odme
BuTTerfly, BuTTerfly, whaT mess did you make,
AfTer l hiT you wiTh The old garden rake?
A mixTure of colors,
Of oozes and slimes.
How could I know you'd look noThing like wine?
BuTTerfly, BuTTerfly, whaT did you scream,
While your innards cascaded all over my
NoThing buT yellows, purples, and reds.
Oranges, greens, all afTer you're dead.
Now when I see a cousin of yours,
I mash him againsT a finely meshed door.
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How many of you have heard Chickeemama? Yes,
Chickeemama. He is an all knowing and all powerful
indian Qno relaTion To Apache Joey who has predicfed
The year 4997 aT Arcadia High.
Dr. Fisher will geT a new suiT.
lvlr. Barshay will be seen wiThouT a smile on his face.
STudenTs will cheer wiTh The cheerleaders.
Coach lvleiers will realize women exisT.
lVlrs. Driver will have whips and chains.
lvlr. Penny will fall asleep in his own class,
Apache Joe will make a correcT predicTion.
Someone will go To a waTerpolo game.
Mr. PeriTore will sTop Talking abouT his H.S. complex.
lvlrs. Tedesco will remember someThing,
lvlr. and lvlrs. Kinikin will be seen TogeTher.
lvlr. Goddard will Tell us someThing we can wriTe down.
lVlr. Speck's hair will sTlll be receeding.
lvlrs. Druker will blame herself.
lvlr. Tussy will discover ThaT maTh has no real world
Mrs. Prirnozich will speak undersTandable English.
Mrs. STaral will sTop saying "Hi" To everyone.
lvlr. Dodd's hippo will die.
The Apache clock will work.
lvlr. Nahra will be officially confirmed as G-od.
The Trash cans will ouTnumber The sTudenTs.
lvlr. BarTleTT will make himself disappear.
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Ahh, There she leaned againsT The uprise: iT was love aT
She was differenT, she was unique.
Her hourglass shaped body was shiny and new.
I reached for her, and puT my arm around her neck.
I carried her up To have her sIT on my lap.
I ran my fingers Through her C-sTring.
Oh IT feIT so good.
. 3- I hadn'T played ci guiTar in over a year.
'I H 'QQ-lf. I called her Les.
jf"""" I I ShorT, for The inscribed name on her neck, Les Paul.
Q Q: Never has There been a guiTar like her.
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Yes, This shiny, six-sTringed, hourglassed figure will be The
guiTar ThaT sings ouT These warm melodies evermore,
"The T.C. Rockman."
You're Friends Aren'T Mine
AnTenae waving and smelling air.
ScuTTIing now from The darkness.
IT sees iTs prey.
SIighTIy moldy, noT very large,
A carroT lies, fermenTing.
Six legs now work as one,
And he is half way There.
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some, sfoken waves.
Now The cockroach moves no more.
IT is now IusT a IiTTIe red mess.
A legend in my own mind Cond Then
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SCIENCE BUFF DESTROYS
SCHOOL: PRINCIPAL ALLOWS 3-
Arcadia - LasT Tuesday, The
number-one raTed high school sci-
ence sTudenT, our very own Ya-
maha Kawasaki, creaTed and acci-
denTaIIy deTonaTed Arcadia High's
very firsT fusion bomb. Kawasaki, lab
assisTonT of AP Physics Teacher,
Wayne FounTain, designed and buiIT
The nuclear device wiTh, he says,
spare parTs he found lying abouT E-
A. A source has IT ThaT FounTdin
knew of The experimenf and may
have even assisTed The science
whiz. Kawasaki himself sTipuIaTes, HI
wanTed To make a fusion bomb be-
cause ofher sTudenTs have already
done fission." The unforTunaTe ex-
plosion resulTed from a piece of sushi
Kawasaki accidenTaIIy dropped inTo
The bomb chamber during iTs devel-
A piece of The now cooked fish
was deTermined To be Toxic and ori-
ginally from The Bronx. AP ChemisTry
Teacher, George STapIeTon, Qaf Cal
Tech aT The Time and noT so miracu-
lously savedj Tried To explain The
faTefuI reacTion, buT only goT To
"ThaT's righT, The sigma fish bonds
meT and molded wiTh pi iodine
bonds and TwisTed To a 'IO9 degree
28 minuTe angle in Trigonal biplanar
form . . before hesiTaTing and
fleeing To Cal Tech. Yamaha's only
hlndsighT was, "I made a bad mis-
Take." A privaTe source has Wayne
FounTain, miraculously and yeT ironi-
cally found jusT a few feeT from Cal
Tech's chemisfry lab, quofed as say-
ing, "I didn'T Think IT QThe bombj
would be able To desTroy anyThing
bigger Than, say a room The size of
E-I." Meanwhile The principal has
guaranTeed The sTudenT body survi-
vors a Three-day weekend while a
special Team cleans-up or aT IeasT
painTs-over The Toxic residue.
Being 0 fan of Lionel T2ichie's, Mr. Allee attempts ,
to walk on the ceiling. Unfortunately, he still
needs his hands to help him "dance on the cell-
ing." , A 1 l l l if
Arcadia High Course Selection Sheet 1987-1988 f
rvicitri Electives Fire Fighting
introduction to Adding and sub- Surfing Flower Amnging
TrC1CTir1Q AP. Surfing Heavy Breathing
Adv. Surfing Ditching skills X
History Finger Painting Square Dancing
Life Of PCIUI Revere Sun Bathing Teacher Appreciation
Hair Design Intro. Bomb Making
Science Rock Music Bird watching
Whale Watching Wine Tasting School Spirit
Face Painting Pole sitting
English Effective Cheating Creative Copying
Basic Grammer Pitching Strategies Plagiarism
Cursive Writing Shoe Shining
Foreign Language .let Skiing Loitering
English Slang Dog Grooming Sword Swallowing .
Skate Boarding Juggling ff
Candle Making Computer Hacking
Underwater Basket Weaving Sleeping il
AHS RTD Health Standards Reach T
Between classes, just trying
to get to your locker can be
very stressful. If you are bigger
than others, you are one of
those more fortunate who can
make it to class on time. How
about the rest of us little peo-
ple? We try to squeeze be-
tween the mobs without being
shoved. With one class in A-
hall, and the following class in
G-hall, we hope to sneak in the
class before the teacher takes
attendance. Well, after going
through this everyday for two
years, l've finally come up with
an idea to reduce the traffic
congestion of AHS. Ever notice
those orange carts that the
custodians zoom up and down
the hall with? Well, Arcadia
High can set up its own Rapid
Transit District by using those
carts as shuttle buses. Be-
tween classes, the shuttle bus
can go up and down the main
hall stopping at the intersec-
tions of A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H
halls. Of course if you are '17
years old and weigh over 'l'lO
lbs, you'll have to walk to class.
This is the way I figure, since
you are strong enough to don-
ate blood, you are capable of
walking to your own class.
On a National Health Sur-
vey in high schools, AHS did
not pass the health stan-
dards set by the American
Health Department. The
health officials were
shocked by the amount of
candy bars and coca-cola's
consumed by students at
AHS. They found more calo-
ries in Arcadia's selection of
food than at See's. Arcadia
flunked every category of
To assure the best possi-
ble nutritious meals for Arca-
dia students, the administra-
tion has decided to stop the
selling of Snickers, Dr. Pep-
pers, M and M's, and ice
cream bars. The vending
machines and cafeteria
food will be replaced with
food donated by the Inter-
national Health Food Cen-
ter. Raisins, peanuts, carrot,
banana chips, granola bars,
and one-a-day vitamins will
fill the candy bar slots. Prune.
carrot, and papaya juice
will replace soft drinks, and
yogurt bars will be sold in-
stead of ice cream.
Arcadia is also supplying a
program called Health
Anonymous for all students
craving sugar. The adminis-
tration feels candy is a seri-
ous problem and the cause
behind the number of tru-
ants and accidents in Arca-
dia. The nutrition depart-
ment hopes that Arcadia
will become a haven for
Everyone loves To go To
school! Don'T They? A doy
begins like oil The oThers.
Woke up. Brush TeeTh.
Shower ond Toke core of
necessiTies. EoT Qif Timej,
jump in cor-hurry.
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school evenTs. FirsT period
Through fourTh period. A
breok for lunch. A joke wiTh
friends. A sock lunch wiTh
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sixTh periods. Finish The doy.
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porking loT, lTs olwoys
jommed. Or on The slow
doys woiT Till everyone's
gone. Go home To woTch
some T.V. STorT homework.
Dinner bredk. Few words
wiTh folks. School work con-
Tinues. An occosionol Trip To
The librory. Coll ci friend for
onswers To problems ThoT
you con'T figure ouT. STciy up
ldTe. Go To bed.
Woke up. Brush TeeTh . . .
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4986 broughT Arcodio
High STudenTs o new club,
The equesTricin club. This
new ond exciTing club meT
in room G-6 before hedding
ouT for Arcodid High's Trock.
The club direcTor mdn-
onged To geT d gombling li-
cense ond opprovol To run o
horse rocing Trock on The
school compus from The
SToTe of Colifornio.
The club reploced The old
Trock, fooTboll field, ond
bosebdll fields wiTh o one
holf reguloTion-size horse
Track. Some of The more
fomous horses ThoT hdve
roced oT Sonfo AniTo were
Uregulors" of Arcodio's
NexT yeor The equesTrion
club is plcinning To sTorT con-
sTrucTion on ci full size horse
Trdck. They hcive negoTioT-
ed To buy one-Third of The
Arcodio Golf course. This
yeor's winnings hove To-
Toled enough To meeT Their
price. All ThoT is needed now
is opprovol from The CiTy of
Arcodio To leT Them buy The
secTion of Compus Drive
ThoT The Trock will cross over,
buT ThoT is jusT ci mciTTer of
AfTer The new Trock is in
full operdTion, The equesTri-
on club hos projecTed o
monThly income of S32
Thousond, of which Arcodio
High will keep 251 To in-
creose The Tecicher's
The Fifty's Look
A school dress code will be odminisTered
wiTh The coming of The 4987-4988 school
yeor. The girls will be provided wiTh long
sleeved red ond gold ploid blouses wiTh
gold knickers ond bereTs. The boys will be
oTTired in ploid ponfs, gold shirTs, ond poly-
esTer bidzers for minimum shrinkoge. All The
sTudenT body shdll weor orgyle socks ond
Tri-colored soddle shoes in whiTs, red, ond
gold. The dress code is being odminisTered
in order To bring bock The 50's.
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'Nou wcmtimesto pay how, much-formyiyearbook?f'
was C, Question l heard when it was timeitoforder an .
annual. My Owner, an employee or a local pizza place
and a student at AHS, had never really thought about
ftheprice ofrhis yearbook before rnisyyear when his par-
ents made him pay for it out of his own pocket: i i
Q' He was slightly naive about the whole idea of whatit
would cost to produce a bookf any book, so he was
surprised to discover the cost of the ,yearbook was 828.
l On the other hand, my buddies andgl have ibeenfl
around the business world much longerf than the hasg and
we have a sense of what it takes to make things happen,
not necessarily what's needed to produce a yearbook,
but because we?re King Arthur's Plzzatee-shirts, we do
know a lot about the pizza industr and can ia l our
so s y , s Y t PPV
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5 For instance. some -buisnesses use stocks and ,bonds
and corporate takeovers to make money. The yearbook
staff, as far as My Owner knows, does not IWQVQ any
immediate plans for a corporate takeover, so they ,des
syisedother means to pay forthe publishinglof tthelbookt
and other related costs. l r r or r ' fs 1 l
,There are four main ways in which the-'staff pays for
book's publication. The largestirevenues come sfrom,
community business whoywish to helpAl-IS withthe publifl
cation of its yearbook and who seek alittle ,advertise-t
ment, Compared with ithisfmajor sourceor income, the
other three meansgare insignificant. The plastic lpqvers
raise money for miscellaneous itemsg The student ads and
the pricejof theyearbook are the final ways they years
book staff gets themoney to keep ,the'AHS yearbook
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Abboud, NrJ10shQ 87 212
Abboud, Scott 89 55, 168
Amend, Karen B8 106, 107. 190. 288
Aberle, Derek 88 BO, 112, 120, 190
ADOOG, Sully F 144, 162
Abfarwovkii, A1160 E8 129, 188
AChH11OGiS. Clctuditl 89 184
Ackerman. Dove F 144, 161
Acuna, Karyn 88 16. 190
Adams, Dana 88 117, 118, 190
Adams, Sieve 142
Adkins, Amy B9 168
Agha, Mariam B5 190
Aguiiar, Marco 88 190
Ahh. Erika B7 212
Ahn, Jung Sun B9 62, 63, 107, 168. 288
Ann, Voungvhli 87 121, 212
Arwasian .Ir,, James 89 76. 468
Aiwusifln, Meklhie 88 23, 190
Atcmuzos, Shawn 89 168
Albo, Alben 142
Albrecht Cherie 88 59, 78, 79, 190
Albrecht, Scot? 80
Alaricrr Michael B7 212
Alexander, Guy B9 55. 80, 168
Alexander, Joe 88 104, 105, 136, 190
Alfonso, Carlos 87 117, 118, 212
Alfonso, Frmlc 88 64, 190
AWOCH5. Chrktopher B9 168
Allee. Mice f 126, 127, 136. 142
Anen, KW as 190
Allendel. JWS 8843, 113, 190
Alley, Glen 87 136. 137, 212
Aniion, Susan B8 190
Applebee, Jessica 88 190
Aldndc, Genevieve 89 168
Archer, Joe F 70
Archibald, EliZODe1h BB 56. 89, 190
Archbaki, Kellie BB 27. 68. 69, 190 -
Amhbdld, Krista 87 236
Arenas, Johnny 89 184
Katherine 88 190
Arneis, Erica 87, 212
Arrefi, Crlsta 87 212
Asccmio. Ariel SB 191
Vicki B9 78, 168
Ashiiun, Peter 89 168
Askins, David B7 212
Askins. Tammy B9 168
Aspell, Michelle BB 191
Aialla. Dalia 89 168
Atkinson, Robeff B9 55. 168
Au, Vicky B7 236
Aubry. Uta B9 62, 168
Auburn, Fred F 144
Christine 88 23, 34, 73, 191
Robert 89 55, 168
Karen 88 191
ChDn1H89 113, 168
Tamara B7 113, 115. 212
Bcchelder, Prdlip 87 212
Allin, Catherine 87 117, 118, 212
Amn, Karen 88 190
' AIISOR, G, MiChC91 1' 146
Alison. Jason 8B A, 190
. Mfcrriano, Mohelte 89 168
Arnader, Mlchael B7
Amelia, Sergio B9 184
Anonicdes, pyridan 87 212
Regina 86 14, 190 '
Chris 89 112
Chrisiopher 88 190
Jason 87 45, 212
Jeffrey 88 190
JGSGDN 88 190
Mark 88 85, 109, 190
Phb 87 14, 47, 121, 212
Angremvef. srrcn sa 79, 190
Anid, Cynthia 87 212
Ahld. DOIIOYI BB 190
Anvikaaiiun. Tina aa 190
Bcckhaus, Jennifer 89 123, 168
Backus, Davki B9 112, 168
Backus, Derek BB 112, 120, 191
Buctley, Dale 203
Bdsner, Richard 88 191
Baker, Jeffrey S7 47, 104. 212. 288
Baker, S6011 88 70, 191
Baker, Shana 87 212
Bclker, Shannon-B7 213, 238
Bukowski. Liane 87 213
Bakowskl, Llcnne 275
Baiaban, Louise 152
Ballurini, Don 88 165, 191
Bdlog, Mlchdel 85 191
EGM, Sieve 89 168
Bon, Jeffrey BB 191
Bandas, Matthew 87 213
Banks, Von 152
Bannister. Curt B9 168
Barber, Tracey B9 168
Barbleri. Mario B7 213
Barnes, Jennifer 89 112. 168
Borrbeff. Traci 88 112, 113, 191
BarneV. Nadine 148
Bclnhcrr, SCDN' 88 125, 191
Baron, Geri 85 119, 191
BDHOW, Julie 87 103, 213
Bdrows, Kltsfen 69 122, 168
BUS, Julie 89 129, 168
BDVSYKIY, Jerry F 4, 146, 147, 159
Barstow, Chlisfcpher 88 112, 191
BOITIBN. Dennis F 142
Bcfiley, Dole 89 11, 168
BQSQCRT, Chuck B8 61
BOShUr1, P6192 89 70
Bcsler, Edward B8 191
BGSSGH, Tracy 88 191
Basura, Mafiew B9 168
Basuru. Maureen 87 213
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pictures, John Patrick De Haven has
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BCVSIDGH, Ncncl 87 213
Bcres, Keith 89 168
Bnfin, Emeratd B9 120, 169
Batters, Curtis BB 191
Bauer. Dun 89 169 .
Btxrer, Kevin 87 236
Bauer, Mefrii 171
Baum, Louie 87 117, 118, 121, 213
Bayless, Scam 89 BO, 169
Beumguord, Jason 87 145, 213
Beanes, Chrisiopher 88 53. 55, 155, 191
Beuffle, John F, 56
Beck, Kirsten B9 59. 134, 165, 167, 169
BSCKSL Chrisfihs B6 25, 112, 113, 191
Becker, Christopher 88 168
Becker. SGC B9 154
Becocke, Richard 133
Behrends. Scart B9 169
Belswerger, Douglas B8 191
Belcher. ric B7 22. 53, 213
Belcher, Kristin 89 85
Belcher, Llsc B7 31. 213
Belieci. Michelle 89 169
Bellis, Ad119rlY19 87 117, 118, 213
Beltran. Anthony 89 169
Benak, Tony B7 236
Behicff, Edward 89 55, 169
Benklff. Lindo 87 92, 93, 213, 218, 241, 277
Bensen, Eric 88112,120,121,187,191
Berg, Dowd ev rw
Berger. Lucy F 445, mo, 220
Bergland. Mamie 88 78, 188
Bernordrhl, Celeste 88 129. 191
Berney, Micheal 89 169
Betfidge, Tonya 88 185
Beruman, Ernie B7 132, 213
Berufnnn. Gilbert F 152
Besocks. Chcnes 88 96, 191
BGSOCKS, Mike 87
Besocke, Richard 87 213
Bessey, Shannon 88 191
Befoncouff. JDS 87 53. 55, 213
Beroncoun, Peter B9 70, 71
Befzler, Bren 87 45, 155, 213
Bevedick. Brooke SB 27
Bevel. Ercmcl 89 169
Hawley, Cheri 88 24
Belbld, Heidi B9 166, 169
Biemoki. Kathy 88
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,BIelSChDcch, Kdstln 87 100, 117, 118, 125. 213
HIHVPQS. Cynfhkl B9 169
BIl1irlQ5, Jennifer B7 15, 30, 33, 101, 213, 237
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Blsunonc. Daniel 89 55, 76, 1619
Blsucno, Siephen 89 55. 70, 71, 76, 169
Bivolclc, Mlchdel 87 213
Bixby, RYOR BB 7. 63
Blerg, Christopher B7 213
Bkxchd, Krlsfu B8 23, 59. 73. 92, 132
Btackard. Shannon 88 188
araeumk, .lon ao 169 ,
Blake. Kristine 87 107, 213. 288
Blevins, SCot1 B7 213. 240
Bloomlield. Laura 88 165, 206
B0ctWI'iQh!. Jimrrie 85 112
Boerlan, Klmberiy 87 236
Boese, Cyhfhlu B7 112, 113, 213
Bbqosiuh, Sfeghdflle B7 213
Bohn, Daryl 8
BD1QBf, D016 103. 125
Bofton, Sean 89 70, 139, 1619
Bcnneli, Jcrnas 89 169
Bontempo, Anthony 89 169
Bosfncm, Michelle 89 62, 169
Basrrom, Lauren 88 128, 129
Boucher, Koller! 89 169
Bowen, Laura 88 22, 34, 119, 122, 135
Bowen, LVN 88 35, 106, 107. 198. 288
Bower, Mmet 89 87. 121, 169
Bowmm, Chfis 179
Boyd Jr.. Thomcs 87 213
Brody, Trrshu 87 213
Brakebush, Sheri 87 99, 112, 125, 213, 280
Brumsiedi. Bcrfeii B7 213
Brandes, Voiert 89 128, 169
Brahsoh,Ka1hleen B7 100, 121, 126, 213
Brcufrsfelh, Michael 87 213
Bray, Kely 89 69, 112. 169
Brayshaw, Kirk 88 112, 121
Breese, David 89 169
Breifbcrih. Julie 89 84, 85. 169
Brewer. Laura 88 204 '
Bridgeman, Davld 88 70. 71, 80, B1
BIIQDUSS, Teresa B7 12, 20, 21, 72, 73. 119, 213
amgmfsr. Amy 87 me
Brlnn, Alon 142
Brioftc, Erin 87 213
Briscoe, Scott 87 213
Brklch, Caryn 88 188
Brockie ll, Adam 87 213
Bfonfe, Emma F 153
Brooke, BrB1Y B7 213
Bruoks IN, Del 89 86, 87, 112. 169
Brown. Les F 128, 132, 142, 156
Brown. Noah 89 469
Brown, Yiffuny 179
Brownlie, Athena B7 103, 105, 112. 115, 214
Bruggemdn, Heidi 87 236
Brlk1Sm0, 81601 B7 214
Brunl, Mchaei 59 55, 169
arming, Ar-raven F 113
Brurllng, Erica BB 113
Bruno. Tino 88 19. 110. 111, 119
Bryoni, Elilubeih 87 136, 214
Brytlfti, Hcrbld 59 169
Bryuni, Hecihef 88 188
Brymwf, HOIIY B9 169
Bryant, James A. F 146
Bryant. Jane! 57 121. 236
Bryant, Susan B9 169
Bryce. Michael 87 24, 136, 137. 214. 241
Bryhes, Barbara 89 125, 169
Buculo. John 89 184
Buckholz, Brenda 88 B8
Budianto, tiene 89 129, 169
Buick, Lisa B9 169
Bunce. Daniel 89 169
Bmnell, James B9 M, 164
Blnting, Leif B9 169
Burdick, Brooke BB 59, 69, 58
Butcick, Down F 112
Burg, David 76
Burgetv, Llcrls 89 169
Burgh. Edwryd 87 214
Burke, Ed F 141, 144
Burmeister, More B7 109, 214
Bumukle, Peter 87
Bushor, Lorl 85 23
Buflel, James 89 169
Bufierfteld, Ctulg B7 214
Bulferfiekd. Juv 9 169
Cabrinho, Carmel 87 214
Ccceres Jr., Alferino B9 169
Cady, Curtis an 169
Ctllderhedd, .lm 142
Cdl, Adrienne B7 122. 126, 214
Culvert Ned 87 214
Campbei, Bradley B7 9, 16. 214, 231
Ccnepc, Peter 89 169
Capps, James 89 169
Cclpuio, Karen 87 101, 214, 239, 241
COVGVO, Mah 87 214
Card, Kevln 89 169
Cclldorla, EHZGbeth 87 214, 237
Caringetla, Joan F 153
Cufiile, Diane F 127. 148, 149
Carlson, Julie 88 11, 123
Cdlson, Renee 89 117, 118, 169
Cmson, Siephan B7 214
Ccrmody, Allsa B8 192
Carnes. Gary F 152
Corona, Stephen 89 169
Carpenter, Stephonte BB 192
Cort. Geoffreg B6 53, 192
Curl, Kristine 9 169
Carrasco, Julle 89 169
Curreon, Christian 87 214
Cafreon, Hash 152
Carroll, Jason 87 53, 214
Carrol, Jeremiah B9 55, 169
Carrouche, Christine 89 159
Coder, Perry 87 80, 81, 214
CQS6, Andrea 89 58, 73, 101, 169
Casfama, Morse F 153
Cash. Nancy 286. 287
Cashin, Julie 73. BO
Coahian, Me 89 169
COSNOD, Sfepheh B7 70, 214 L
Casparlarr, Michelle B8 192
Castile, Arlene SB 192
CQSVIO, Alejandro 89 169
Cczares, Mcherle BB 192, 198
Cuzief. Nlchoros 89 169
Ceci, Andrea 87 121. 214
Csred, Christopher 89 6G
Cerecerez. Elena B7 214
Chal, Diane 88 192
Chai, Roberi 89 112, 169
Chclcrabaftl, Indra B9 70, 170
Chan. Erich 87 214
Chan, Jason 87 236
Chch, Kd Shun B7 125, 136, 214, 283
Chan. Son Moy 89 121, 170
, Arthur 87 236
Chang, Chi-Mon B8 124. 131, 192
, Ohh-Vmg 89 170
, Chit-Zen B8 192
, Gary 88 192
. Gene 87 214
, J06 B9 112, 170
Ch0r1g, Jflmes B9 112, 170
Chdig, Jeffefy 89 170
Chmg, Jennifer B8 129, 131, 138, 188
Chang, Jerry B7 214
Chang, .Mft BB 192
Chang. Leon 87 214
Chung. M1ChC1eI88 83, 125, 130. 170. 192
Chong, Roberf 88 83. 139, 192
Chcmg. Sclbfna 87 112, 121, 214
cnang, sean av 170
Chchg, Sieve 89 121, 124. 170
Chang, Su 87 236
Chang, Yoon 89 170
Ching Yu-Shen 89 121 170
Choo. Jock 89 66, 184
Choo, Spencer B9 170
Chcpourls IV, Peter 89 170
Chclncn, Kely B7 214
Charlton, Msllssa 87 34, 92, 119. 126, 127, 214, 237
Chdriton, Shawn 89 170
Chatarv, James BB 192
Alan 88 115. 61, 87, 131, 138, 192
Amy B9 121, 125, 170
Anfhohy 89 55, 66, 112, 184
Chen, B611y B8 124, 125, 131, 192
Chen, Chien 89 170
Chen, Chun-Wei 89 184
Chen. Chung 89 184
Chen. David B8 192
Chen, Esiet B9 117, 115. 170
Chen. Frank 69121. 139, 170
Chen, Hans 88 192
Chen, Henry 89 55. co, 139, 170
Chen, H5100-Vu B9 121, 125, 129. 170
, Jenny 89 68. 69, 78, 170
t-Hen B9 184
Jack BB 47, 48, 66, 107, 124, 131, 170, 192
JQCR P. 88 288
Jennifsf 89 124, 138, 170
John 89 170
4 W lndex
Joseph 88 192
Jyh B8 188
Kennv 87 236
Chen. Lonatne 87 236
Ch6n. Mllah B9 170
Chen. Nirfi 87 119, 122. 214. 241
Chen. Nadn 87 214
Chen, PGTTV 89 170
Chen. Pau! 89 87. 138, 139, 170
Chen. P9191 87 87. 127. 138, 139, 214
Chen. Sen Fu 83
Chen, Shou-Hui 89 170
Sophia 87 107 125. 136. 137, 214. 288
Che Isfepmnse av 170
chez. sylvan ao 122, 125. no
Teresa 89 125. 129. 138, 170
Yin 88 86. 87. 121, 192
Vicky 88 124 125 131, 136. 138. 192
Cneni wayne as 1:50, 192
Wen-Ju 87 103. 214
Wimam B8 188
wry so 170
Va-Kucn 87 214
vnng sa ms
ghenclulf. Amv 118. 192
Cheng, Johnson 87 124, 214
Cheng, Steve 88 192
Cheng, Tien 89 170
cneng, ram 87 215
Cheng. Wendy 89 124, 170
Ronald B7 236
Crhiop, Adisay 88 192
Chidsg, Eddy B8 1472
CNGWQ, Hsu-PGI S7 236
Chiang, Lily 89 59, 125. 170
cnsmg, Man so 121
Chkang. Ning-Chan 88 192
Cfcrnef, Wiiarn B7 112, 127, 216
Crochle. Kllsfina 89 30
Cromwell. Gary F 142
Crass-mo. Calie 89 59. 170
Cross. Donald B8 193
Crossley, Chrisfy B9 113. 170
Crowder, Anna 88 193
Crowel, Shane BB 193
Cruz, Msllssa 87 216
Cuadroe. Jose B9 184
Cuadfos. Michael 89 70
Cuwvane. Ananda B7 26. 216, 237
CUIBSGD. Nancy F 136, 142
Cummings, James 89 171
Cunningham, Christina B7 216
Cuisy, Ciiflara 89 3. 13, 112. 128. 171, 185
Cufiis. Geragyn 89 171
Curtis. Geri 6
Cusino. Jeff B9 171
Cuilsl. NHCCO16 B9 116. 117. 171
D'Agalc. Michael B9 171
Chiechi, Mafidwu B9 170
Chilch. Peter 87 215
Chlrh. Beafrice 88 192
Chiu, Andrew 88 192
Chiu. Teresa B7 236
Cha. Hsun 89 184
Cha, Jennifer 88 107. 123, 192, 276, 288
Cho, June 87 106, 107, 215, 234, 288
Choa. Duliel 87 117, 118. 215
Choi, Henry 88 188
Chai, Mike 88 130, 192
Choi. Sam 88 192
Chau, Johnny B9 170
Chou, Leslie B8 192
Chow. JBNW 89 32
Chow, Tien 89 184
Chrisimas. Jeffrey BB 53. 55, 192
Chu, Chdlle 89 66. 83. 170
Chu. J0l"n B7 51. 53, 236
Chu. Margaret 88 83. 121. 131, 192
Chuang, Jeffery B9 170
cmrnuey, von B7 215
Chm, Pele! 87 49, 83, 125, 139, 236
Chun. P11599 83
D'Angelo, Luke 87 216
Dorlsvrom, Candy 67 122, 216, 237
Dahlstrom, Rose F 153
Dahlsham. Tammy B8 2, 34. W, 105. 12
Dahlinq, Andrew B7 64. 65
Dames. Matthew BB 193
Dole. Dehna F 153
Dale, Karen 87 112, 120, 121. 216, 284
Daleo, Timothy BB 112, 193
Daly. Brian 87 80. 81, 216
D9 Ofia. Tficia 57 216
De Fry. Jefirey 88 56. 193
De Sigso III. Julian 88 70. 193
De Vee, Doug B8 193
D6 Vos, RODGFY B8 194
De Voe. Scot! B8 23, 194
Da WW, Roy 88 193
D Leslie 87 63 216
Deal, Charles 88 60, 61. 86. 87, 99. 104. 105, 155. 193
Deal. Julia 88 193
Dean. Dane 88 112. 193
Decosifo. Juie 73
Decristofaro, Luca 88 193
Dedrick. Mafsnda 88 34, 123. 193
Deeker. Ryan B0 Y
Deers. Michelle 87 112. 216
Dehmer. uzetts 89 171
Dekker, Ryan 88 193
De! Roszxio, Adene 89 112, 171
Detohouke, Sondra 124, 142
Delgado. Juanno 87 231:
oexvagne, May.: 87 216
Demirdjion, Chriswaher 87 53. 216
Dennison, Ben 142 f
Denson, Christina B9 171, 122
Denson, Wiiam B7 216
Deallase, Carrie 89 16
Derrick. Keith 87 75, 216. 239
Desai. Nisha 88 92, 112, 121. 125. 128, 129, 193, 209
Desgio. Juiian 88 19
Deus. Thomas 89 171
Devtin. Thomas 87 210 . '
Deyavmana, Dumelle B7 72. 73, 88, 185. 212, 215
Dgo. Lily 135
owing, Andrew oo
Dhawan. Yaruna 87 124, 128, 216
Di Salvo, Lillian F 153
Dickey. Anne av 171
Dickey. Cynthia 87 128, 216
Dickson, Todd 87 100. 103, 1.10. 111, 216
Diel. Pam F 148, 149
Dike. DUSWI 89 181
Dllberfi. James 286, 287
Dimacruna. Victor 88 194
Dmsmofe. Dunin B9 171. 55
Dinan, Philip as 194
Dyokage. Sonja BB 208
Dyakich, Michael B7 236
Dralnlng her braln To decide which
is 'the best answer, Lianne Bakowski
confemplafes The difficulty of The
Keeping In shape is a major part of f-
. Anita 87 107, 125. 136. 192. 285
Ben B9 66, 139. 170
Changi chay so 129, 170
, Jennffef BB 192
Jenny B7 100. 124, 125. 128. 129, 131, 136.
Jenn ea 192
Chung. June 88 128. 136, 192
Chung, Karen 88 62
Mtry 88 125 192
cmngj Raymond 89.170
. Sam 89112. 170
.Thomas B8 112,12O.121,192
Churc 'Il, Kelm 88 192
Churchman, Llanne 87 119. 212, 215. 223, 239. 288
Clclddo, James 88 192
Jeff B7 215, 228
Clolfi, Federico 89 170
Clark. Brian 89 112, 170
Clark, Dana 87 215
CIGK. M19 87 215
Diane 87 215
Cleary. Roberf 88 112, 117. 192
Clements, Gary 87 236
Elements. Keith 8371 170
C fOh, Chefyi 152
CONFIG, 'mad 88 117. 137, 192
Coffman. Kathy F 153
Coke. Nichoel B8 128. 192
Colacito, Anthony 89 55. 170
COQQCHO, Chrisilan 53. 55, 215
Cokxyco, J. Antonio BS 192
Coleman. Jeffrey B9 66, 170
Coleman, Sharon F 153
Colemand. David 89 170
Cclins. Kevh 179
Coins, Shawn 88 192
Coliirxs. Susan 88 112. 121. 192
Cowie. David 87 112
C0l'1'1aiO'm1. Cathy 88 192
Comelv. Diego 87 217. 236
Conner, Paige B7 79, 112, 215
Connors. Todd 87 70, 127, 215, 243
Conover. Haffy 142
Considine, Kathleen 87 112. 215
Conirefos. Elena 88 121, 192. 206
Convey, Stephanie 87 215
Conway, Jennifer 89 170
Conway, Michael 87 215
Cook. Meissa 89 170
CO0ke, Kllsien 87 73. 100. 101, 105. 126, 216
Coornbes, Susan 89 170
Cbanev. Ccvolyn 87 216
Cooper. May F 153
Cooper, Stacy B9 170
Copper, Kavln B7 216
Corona. Sieve 281
Cofosco. Julie 89 39
Corrado, Fernando 88 48, 49, 104. 107, 192, 288
cuss, cfag 87 216
Casso. Bfendan B8 192
Castarella, David 87 30. 216
Cauffney. Bam 58 193
Caurirlghi. Daniel B9 170
Courfrighf, Richard 87 117, 118. 136. 137. 216
Covnle. David 87 215
Cox. Chris 88 193
Cox, Khlberly 88 193
Crabtree. Jennifer 88 193
Cramer. John F 142. 160. 162
Daly, Seah 87 59, 80. 134. 216
Donclart. JDINI1 89 70, 216, 238
Dancndge. Jack so 111
Danrhg, Andrew 87 216
Daquinc. Sonic 89 171
Darius, Basillas 88 53, 113. 193
Dallas. Nastasias B7 15, 159, 165. 216, 237
Darwln. Knslen 87 16. 32. 92. 95. 105, 122. 216, 231,
DcsYici. Angela 87 236
Davidson, rin 59 171
DGVIGS, D9r1niS F 114, 142
Davues. Douglas 87 112. 120, 121, 127, 185, 215. 216
Davus. Cary 88 193
Davis. Gannon 89 171
Dovns. Kelly BB 103
Davis. Michele 89 171
Dawcld, Shaman 87 216
De Graaf. Saiy BB 193
D9 Haven, John Pairick 88 104. 139. 181, 193. 274, 288
Deygven. Mary Ann 88 88, 100, 117, 118, 128, 185.
De Lang. Deborah 87 12, 38, 39, 119. 126. 216. 237
De MOr1T1Q"W.Raber1 so 137, 171
De Nm. Ammnv 53. ss. 216
Arcadia life. Walking around cam-
pus doing arm clrctes, Mr. Steven
Powell demonstrates his athletic
59, 171, 185
Dobson. James B9 184
Dodd. Lou F 106, 142, 145. 285
Daeppei. Stacy 87 112, 115, 216
lp in, co
3"1i7' ?"'1'?5J 33.3
Domain. Abrdiam 87 61, 100, 127. 129, 134. 139, 217
Donaldson, Jason 88 188
Dondcrwille, Jennifer 88 194
Domkowski, Karan 87 236
Donner. Be1h 89 176, 217
Doppel. Stacey 87 241
Dom, Geoffrey B7 12, 217
Dorsey, Ciffofd B7 12, 217
Daugherfy, Bill 88 14, 61. 67. 194, 198. 233
Dougheriy. Mary E. 1 146
Douglas. Steven 88 194
Doumen. Natalie 89 129. 171
Dowing. Bren as 188
Dragoo. Jenrufer 88 194
Drenner, Chrisfopner B8 188
Dfessen. Wendy 87 37, SB. 217. 225
Drew x.. Joseph B9 171
Driver. Jean F 142
Drukel, Beryi 142
Duchefta. Vincent 87 217
Dudiey, James 88 112. 194, 121
Dciosee, Beih 87 106, 107.217, 288
Duhari, Paul F 142. 159
Dumapias. Horence 89 171, 185
Dunaway. Brandon 89 171
Dunawav, Darren 87 53, 90, 217
Duncan. Erin B7 124, 217
Duncan. Mahhew 89 171
Dwbifl, John 87 53. 217, 226
Durbin. Raberi 8B 53, 55, 194
DYKS. 56011 88 194
Dynice. Jennifer B9 109. 171
EOCa1anIs, Moria 89 171
Echeverfia, Ana 87 217, 225
Edginion. Chad 87 217, 24
Edwards, GBOIQHO 88 117, 118. 194, 1475
Edwclds. Robin 59 171
,EdwdM. Thomas B8 24. 38. 112.120, 121, 194
Egger, Shawna 89 23, 171
EBU. Peief 87 99. 104. 105. 154. 217
Ellioi. Dana 78, 172 ,
Elliovv, Steven 88 85. 194
Ellison, Melanie 87 119. 217
Elmakawl. Shireef 85 194
Elmore, .E-B 87 217
EIWSI1, Ldwfence 88 194
Ernbury, Kimberly 88 35. 95, 194
Emerson. Charles 87 75, 217
Errwhaniww. Cvisiai 87 107, 217. 288-
Ena, Yoko 87 125. 130. 218
Engler. Jura 87 21-8
Engkxnd. Lauren 88 35, 36, 63, 106. 194, 288
Enfiquez. Hobed 89 184 , '
Erickson, Rodger 87 218 2
Erikson. Sharon F 153
Erich, Inga 89 172
Emf, James 88 194
Ernf, Tv 80
Erskine. K01h1e60 69 117. 172
Escobeao, Mirfa 87 218
Bcoto, Mark 89 172
Esmghim, Jeny ao 125. 172
Eshaghicm. Raymond B7 218
Espenschled. Jonathon 89 55, 172
Espeflschied. Kristen 87 12. 20. 21, 123. 1
Espasifo. Kimberiy BB 194. 112, 113
Eu. Mark 87 125, 130, 218
Eucneverric. Ana 87 16
Evans. Choivts B8 194
Evans, James 88 112. 120, 121, 131. 104
Evans. Jeffrev BB 194
Evans. MGC 88 194, 15
Evans. Michelle 89 117, 128. 172
Evans. Sem 87 15, 53. 218, 241
Evans. Steven B9 172
Eviefh. Kafhefine 89 172
Evleih, Pau! 87 218
Fabbri. Oerise 87 58. 218
FQDDG. Michael S9 55, 172
Fang. Eric 88 194
Fang. Michael 87 236
Fanous. John 80 172
Fcrajian. Timothy 88 194
Fald, Mohammad B8 188
FOUND. 1.0119 89 111, 125, 129, 172
Farley. Shannon 89 31. 125, 172
Fon. Steven 87 112, 120, 121. 218
Fair, Tiffug 88 194
Fasching. reg 89 30, 172
Fam. Janlcs 89 172
Fcurkl, Gafrli! 89 172
Fcurio. Suzanne B7 79, 12-3, 211, 218, 241
Felippa. Pack! 88 194
Eenowsfuagg 87283. 216
9nQel. lsa 1
Fenner, SVQCSV 88 194
Ferdinando. Susan S7 12. 20. 21. 38. 119, 154, 218
Ferguson, JIII 89 172
FSIQUSOH, Wiiam B7 218
Fernandez, Deboldu 87 236
Fernandez. Patricia B7 218
Femod, Clta 9
Ferrell. Macc 88 194
Figueroa. Kia Kim 88 188
Flbeck. Andrew 88 194
F10Cher, RODYYI 88 58. 97, 134. 1941
Finlay, David B8 112, 194
Flrlnell, Donivee 88 194
Firma, Poly 136
Finocchlcra, John B7 218
Fischer. Sfeven 88 7b. 194
Finer. KGIGT1 BB 09, 194
Fisher, Robeff 87 215
Fisher, Yed F 144
Flach, T1cc6B9 172
Fletcher, Lenny 57 219
Fok,'A1ex 89 1 2 L, . . .
Folsom, Jeffrey B9 70, 172, 174
Fong, Nanny 88 194
Pong, Lhdc B9 172
Forbei, Tom F 114
Fovd. Ammud BB 194
Forden, Heian 89 172
Fofcmcm, Judy 87 219
Fofsrnun, Chczrlyn 57- 219
Foster. David B7 219 '
FOSVSY, Eric 88 61, 86, 87, 94, 1474
Fountain. Wayne 142
Fdurnler JL. James 88 194
Foumibf, Ivichelxe 89 172 7
Fox, Gary B7 53. 219
Fox. Michael 89 55. 76, 172
Francisco. Richovd 88 188 k.
FYQDCD, Denise 88 9, 1911 '
Fruncone, Sheri BB 5, 194
Frcnkinl, M0114 89 172
Fronsico. Anthony 133 -
Ffcnz, Rho 152 ' -
Frcief. RODYH B9 111, 172
Ffedr, Ckludic 88 59, 1474
Freberg, zsmnaspse, 59450.51
Fl9nTZ. Mcrk 89112, 154 L .
Ffeyafmuih. Michael BB 100. 194
Fricke, Michael 88 66, 67, 194
Erols1ad,,Curr1e B9 172
Fry. Joiyrl B7 1074 2147. 283
Fry. Olive! B8 84. 85. 194
Frydendoli, Darren 88 194
Fiydenduli. Tlmovhy B9 76. 172
Fu. Amy B9 154'
Fuglie, Cynfhic 88 27, 69, 92, 194
Fuqlie, Michoei 59 172
Fuller. Ronald B9 56, 172
Fundora. Meribel 88 194
Fundorc, Marielc 88 194
Fumod. Tomcdnc 89 172
Gabriel, Nir 87 236 ,
Game. Bevfhcl, 87 5
Gomu.'Gem1do B7 236
Gomble,Kur1 87 80, 81, 134, 219
Gcmbou, Feist 89 172
Gamma. Benha 288
Gauguin, Lcuro 88 16. 119, 122
Gcnncn, Enn 8911, 154 "
Gopezzuni, Gary 88 2. 55
sam, Crwlstopher 88 188
Gurc1o.Lu1s 88 188 ,
Garcia, Manuel F 153
Gordo, Renee 89 172
GUC50, Richclrd B9 76, 172
Gofcln, Shellle BB 19. 110. 111
Gdef. Todd 89 11 f
Gargan, Colleen 87 219
Gurlcugh. Eizubeth B9 172
Gurkwgh, Sharon 87 100, 102, 126. 219
Gilmer, Efh 87 92, 112. 113. 121, 1264 127, 219. 241
Gomer, Rebecca B9 172
Gorrcwcy, Corey 87 210
Gouigus, James BB 112, 120, 121
Gcrstcng. Kew 89 '172 , .
Gdncn, John 72, 73
Gcspclr, V019 89 172
60110, R110 89 172
Gcunft, CUNSYODUSU 89 125. 184 ,
Gaydcs, Anne 142
Gehlen. Pcirick 89 137, 172
6618. 990199 B8 128
Gems, James 80 I
Genfry, Jennlffel 89 184
Seen. Bryon 88 110, 111, 128, 1303321
G-simon, Krisihe 88 106. 107. 119,
Gex,TofiV 142 .
Gldrcs. Dvunc 89 62, 63. 73, 172
G-Icngregofio. Lynese 87 219
Gibbs. Jeanine 179
Glberf B, Claude 87 219
Gilbert Jenny B8 17, 122 ,
G11eS. KCIBK1 142
Gllei. Michele 57 79. 219
Ghleffe, Bind B7 128, 154, 210, 240
Gillhdfirx, Kfishin B7 136. 210 '
Giradof, Lisa 87 113, 2147
611915. George 87 236
Glrcuxy Shannon 87 219k
Giroux, Shame 87 219 I
Gledhill, Jelifsy 87 104. 219, 288
Gomes, Stephan 89 172
Gdddurd. Harvey F 143. 156
Goggins, Jeanette 87 219
Gcidstohe. Stephen A. F 146
Gomugh. Tracy 89 172
Gonzalez. .Lian 80 172
Gonzalez. Usa 89 172 1 I
Goodrich. Bvlcn B7 27, 52. 76
Goudon, Michael 88 53. 143, 188
Gorman, Sean 80 ,
Gould, Stephanie B9 59, 134.172
Grcbis, Marc 88 9
gralius, Lcxno Z 2
Gfimdy, Kingeng 87 219
GIUII. Dondfd 8 64. 65. 90, 21?
Gfcmncm. Andrea 89 172
Graves. David 87 112. 219
Gloves, S6011 87 15
Grov. Michael BB 188
Gfcy, Tommy 74, 75
Gleohcnuck, Sundfc B7 125. 219
Green, Alekundro 89154
Gfeen, Siephcnle B8 15, 16, 58, 117, 11B '
Gmensfone, MGM 87 102, 103. 126, 127, 219
Green. Thomas B7 53, 75. 154, 219, 278
Gfehcn, Jeanette 87 219
Gfickcs. Diane 111
Gngofion. Benn B9 172
GMO, Eizabefh B9 172
Groesz. Jun B7 219
Groves. Damon 817 55. 134. 172
Groves. Scott 57 53. 236
Grubman. Eric B7 75, 219
Glund, Anne Movie 87 15. 126, 219, 225
Gubbhs, Jodi B7 219 ,
Guemun, LOISUG 89 172
Guevrerc. Mchuei 87 219, 233
Guerrefie, Todd 89 172, 203
Gunnelt Shal1iB7 112. 116. 117, 118, 120, 121, 219
Guo. Nancy B7 124, 219 "
Guy. Movy Lou F 143
Takinga break from flag practice,
Jennifer Cho shows great inferesf in
her food. .
Goddy. Kevin 88 95, 194
Gaines. Krisfy BB 57, 194
Gallagher, RDDSYY BB 194
Gdlnc. An1h0ny:88 53, 54, 55, 194
Galina. Joanne F 153
Golo, Domenich 89 112, 172
-GGHO, McV1061 B9 112
Gclowuy. Dervece F 141, 150
Hook, Lucio 89 173 7
Hoebenein, Todd 59 173
Hflegg. Douglas B8 196
Eugen. 1g0vidBl27811C35, 196
Hahn, Gran? B9 173
Hdhn, 1.0016 57 83, 219
Hahn. Stlfch 87 BS. 105. 113, 220
HOHGI, Mouhlr BO 64,164
Hal. AiiciO 89 69, 173
Hd, Ccrofyn 87 2, 92, 100, 119, 126, 128.
HOD, Lance B8 196
Hcil, Undo 87 220
Hull, Puilicic B8 196
Hall. Sondra BB 196
Hullimln, Andfab 89 '173
Hcisieud. Mark! 89 173
Hdffilton. Cynfhlo 89 173
Hcmmonds, Trevov 68 112, 173, 245, 288
Han. Peter BB 196' ,
Hanan, Imelda 88 196
Hong, Victor 87 220
Horan. Gram B9 50
Hanna, Barham 88 73, 146, 190
Hanna, Teresa 89 173
Hcmrchcn. Jcmes 88 BO, 196
76 4 ,..,.,,
Runnlng to be the tlrsf in line for
lunch was common among stu-
dents. Holly Melvin has cz head starr
on This event
H0fd6S1y. JGSOYI 89 173
Hcxfdin. MOH 85 196
Hcfdy, Peter 88 11, 188
Harman, Todd 88 76, 77. 196
Maman, Bobble BB 196
Harmon, Kcmbarly B7 112, 113, 126. 220
Hcxmon, Susan 89 SB, 134, 173, 205
Horpe1,F1onk 88 95. 196
Hufrhgwn. Jeuneile 89 173
Hams, Bili 88 23, 30
HOWS, Kdsiin B7 16, 39, 41, 119, 220
Hclns. Wiilam 58 186
Hcwrlson. Julie 87 51. 73, 220
HO11, Ncvhen 91 '
Hcxvonto, Hilton 88 196
Hartman, M0714 88 196
Hcshemi-Mols, Msndi B9 154
HQWG, brchlm B9 173 ,
Hawkins Jr., Donold 69 173
Hdwkins, JOUGTYMIR B7 112. 120, 220
Hcwbffh, Brion 88 66. 196
Hayashi, Tomoko 87 125, 130, 220
Hayden, Mcfmew B8 188'
Hayden. Michel 143
Hayes, Kem B8 23. 113, 196
Huyner, Angelo 87 220
Huyner,Mic71eIle 88 122, 123, 196
Healy. Andrew B7 236
Hearn. Edwcwd S7 220
Heom. Kevin BB 53, 73. 196
Hebrock, N100 89 173
Hedlund, EHR 85 196
Heiclenbefg. Shelly B9 173.
Halma, Joe 87 112, 132. 220
Hebrock, N106 89 113'
Helms, KSVH1 58 196
Hemn, Jay B7 228
Hendiribfl, Kiisfeh 87 51. b2, 63. 159. 220
Hendflckson. Erik 68 196 3
Henkels, Jennifer 89 173
Henkels. Robin 87 38, 39, 92, 93, 220
nenrzcn. Kcthfyn B7 220
Henriks, Diane B7 111, 220 '
Henliks, John 89 117. 173
HSIYV. Melanie 88 196
HGrff. Robert BB 196
Hergsf, Sharon 89 173
Hemondez, Justine B8 188
Hemcndel. Nancy 88 128, 129, 196
Hemngion, Lesie 87 32, 220. 226
Herrington. Skip F 53
Harlan, Jov 87 220
Hessman, Roben 89 173
Heflel. Cindy 87 221
Hpydon, Doncvon 87 221 ,
HIGH, Becky F 150, 277
WQGIQO. Aisc 87 221
HQT1. Poullne F 143. 162
Highley, Vcfrish B8-196
Hghiower. Suzanne 87 15117, 26, 34. 101. 116, 117,
118. 123. 126. 221
HiQman, David 86 196
HI. Aimee B9 73, 173
PSI, Gregory SB 196
HSS, Mefediih B7 72, 73. 221, 236
Hilh Pcnsh Kvislina B7 112, 120, 121, 128. 135. 136, 221
Hillenblunii, Brian 87 70, 112, 132, 221
Hillertzrclnd, Enc 89 112, 173
Hilis. Angelo 89 117. 173
Halis. Jennlfer 87 112, 120, 221
Hlmcn, Ttbcfhc B8 188
Hlion. Trisha 89 173
Havoc. Aknkc 87 112. 1247. 136. 221
Hjorf. Eric 88 197
HO, Jennifer 87 26. 102. 129, 131, 221
HO. Jenny B7 112. 113, 136, 221
Ho,,Vc1'Of B8 138. 197
Hodge. Koran B8 128.133, 197
Hudson, Andrew 87 64. 197 -
Hodson, Julimma 89 59, 73. 78, 173
Hclsf, Yolanda B7 119, 236
H0ffm0n,JDhr1 136 - f N
Herman. Jennifer B7 230
Hcgisok, Shannon 87 125. 128. 132, 155,
Hotmes. Aaron 88 76. 197. 208
Holmes. Dawn 87112.11-3. 221
HOIFTTSS, Jeffrey 89 173
HDIIDSS, Jennifer BB 18. 92, 95. 197, 195
Holi, Jef! 87 221 ' '
HON, Sisven 58 12, 55. 76, 197
Hom, Alvin B7 112, 121. 221
I-lomcn. Clrldy 88 197
Homcn. Whom 89 173
Honeywel. Cynthia 89 112, 174
HOf1Qf JOSOY1 B9 174
Hong, Wifiom 89 174 .
Hood, Tracy 89 174
Hoon. Gregofy 8911, 174,203
Hoon, MIChQe1 87 221
Hopkins. Siucy 89 112, 174
H010wi12. Gmdysonn B9 184
Houck, Thomas 87 221
Hoysepiun, Karen 87 221
Hcwcfd, Bianco 85 69, 92, 93, 197
Howe, Lcurl 88 197
Howsl. Shrine 88 197
Hrstich. Gary 88 197
Hsol. Henry 138
Jason 89 170 -
Jenniial 87 44, 107. 236. 28B
Juai-Owen 87 221
Hsieh. Wendy 67 126. 221
YI B9 139. 184 -
Hsmg, Tom 89 aa. 174
Hsu. Alice 67 102, 107, 136. 221, zsa
Hsu, Brion 89121. 17d
ufol 81 102. 125, 136
hllsiine B9 62, 174
hu-Chung 85 104 197. 288
1 cmng-men B7 235
Chung-Wei 87 221
Hsu. Jennifer BB 188
Nm, JoJo 88 62
Hsu. Michael B7 221 f
Hsu, Nike B9 83, 174
Hsu, Ro V87 127, 130, 136, 221
Novo 89 184
Peier B8 188
Hu,C'hGl1e5 es 121,197
Hua, Gigi av 129, 174
Hun. John 88 197
Huang. Alice ev 174
Huang, aeny ae 197
Huang, cum as 131. 107
Huong, Christina 89 174
Huong, Dcvld 89 121, 17A
Huong. Jock 89 139. 174
Huong, June 89 174
Huong, Joseph BB 131. 197
Huang, Ken B7 221
Mark B7 127, 221
HUGE Peeef aa 1:11, 135, 197
Tnmoihy 67 102. 103. 125. 127, 221
Hucwk, Tom B4
Hudscn, D9f1FS6 87 221
Hudson, Hecihal 88 31, 119. 197
Hudson, Lisa B7 72. 38, 99, 100, 101. 126, 133
Hudson. Mczum 88 13, 14. 63. 121, 197
Huffman, Kafhleen 89 174 .
Huffman, Lisa 87 221
Huh. Brodev 88 197
Humphley, Kmberly B8 79, 197.
Chien B8 197
Mu-ien 89 174
Hung, Tran 88 197
Huni. RYQH 87 70, 221
Hunfef. Bfeh 87 221
Annle 87 44. 46. 107. 131. 136, 221 284
Hutcheson, Sean B9 66. 174
Hufchings, Jeremy B9 174
Huhon. Kelly 87 221
Hwo. Rebecca 89 125. 129, 174
Hwang. Cliffuvd 88 112, 197
Hyde. Donovan B8 188
Hyde, Gfeq B8 197
HYd9. Smcn 89 46, 48, 147. 233
bichim, Molicm 89 17A
blohim, Tcfek BB 197
lefocn, Vicky BB 197
im. Meal! 87 117. 180. 222,
hbody,Stephon1e 87 102, 103, 159.
Indo, Beuiril 85 197
Ingram, Jayson 88 55, 197
Holla, James 67 56, 130. 155, 222
Hkis. Boris 87 100, 137, 138, 222
izumi. Aklko 88 130. 197
Jackson, Fnorymn so no mmm, Daniel aa sa, os, 197
Jackson, Gregg B9 174
Jackson, Robyn B9 112, 174
Jacobson, Daniel 89 174
JOCOby. Nlichael B7 101, 127, 222. 223. 225, 285
Jcmg. Joseph sv 222
Jan, Peter 89 174
Jcnasin, Michael 69 56. 175
Jarvis. Bradley 87 101, 126, 127, 129. 134, 139. 147,
165, 222, 231
Je, Yeung E8 125. 128, 197
Jeans, Tricia 88 107. 124, 128, 129, 197, 288
Jefis, Brodey 89 55, 175
Jehrvhgs, Frances F 153
Jelivo. Daniel B9 184
Jeno, Sreohanie B7 222
Jen, Jennifer 89 175
Jenkins, Laura 87 106. 107, 162, 220, 222. 288
Jensen. Tracie 89 175
Jean, Eunmi 88 197
Jereme. CVLS1 B5 193
JGUCR, Ania 89 175
Jewel. Stacie B9 120, 123, 31. 175
Jig, Tracy B7 222
Jmenez, Christina B47 113, 175
Jimenez, Javier B7 24, 70, 120, 127. 222
John, Becky 89 175
JOM, Debordm 87 222
J0l'ifrS. Jennifer B8 197
Johnson, Abigail 89 113, 175
Johnson, Chrlsiopher 69 175
Johnson. Clayton 85 197
Johnson, Dena 87 102, 217, 222, 241
Johnson. Jlll B7 123, 126, 127. 211. 222. 241
J0hr1SOr1. Julie B7 222
Johnson, Kevin BB 23, 197
Johnson, Lama BB 197
Johnson, M9850 67 12, 119, 222
Johnson. Scott 89 175
Jahnsloh, Jeanine 87 129, 222
Jdner. Jean F 151
Janes. Alison B8 197, 206
Jories, David 87 222
Jones, Deanna BB 197
Jones, Jefrrev 87 222
Janes, Jennifer B7 222
Jones, Marty 89 175
Jones, Maf1hew 87 87, 112, 131, 120, 222. 285
JONES, Narlhan 89 60, 87, 175
Jones, Sabrina 88 197
Jones. Stacy 68 117, 118. 197
Jones. Timothy B8 87, 197
Jones. Whiiney B8 110, 111, 158
Jordan, Reber! 87 24, 70, 175, 222
Joy, Brianna SB 197
Julio, Sfevafl B8 101. 105, 193, 197, 282
Jun, Aaron B9 175
Jun, Ho B9 128
Jurudo, Jerrv 89 175
After runnlng many errands,
Becky Hicfr meets her son, Robby,
who sometimes come To AHS offer
he Q01 out of school.
Kaberlein, Toad S9 70
Koruna. Chl 80
Kaiser. Jennifer 88 116, 117, 118, 197
Kaiser. Johnathan GB 197
Kong, Mlchcel B7 121, 222
Kong, Sohve 89 121, 175
Koo, Allen B7 87. 124, 127, 131, 138, 222
Koo, Jae 88 197
K00, Slum-U 87 236
KGB, Wayne BB 124, 131, 136, 139, 197
Kaplan, Meredifh 88 BG, 128, 133, 197, 209
Karelius. Leilie 88 188
Korpcl, Mched 89 175
Kcvathrkam, Mow B7 222
Kafas, Sarah 88 103. 128. 197
Kato. Arihide 55
Kaftan. Tamer 89 31, 175
Kauffman, Amy B9 175
Kauffman, Derek B7 104. 222
Kowahara, Shlni 88 121, 197
Krxwahiia, Hiroshi 89 175
Kuwdmiio, Tsuyoshi 87 100, 139, 222
Kowarnufc, Hxscsni B9 175
Kuwushiro. Tsuyoshi 87 137, 138
Kay, Pcs F 151
Koyzek, Suzanne BB 62, 63. 69. 197. 206
Kebis, Sean S7 222
Ksh. Susan 87 38, 39, 103, 126, 222, 281
Kehae, Rudy 89 175
Keiih, Deanna B8 197
Kellam. Joanne B9 175
Kelley, Bryon B9 175
Kelley, Colleen B9 184
KBNSV. David 89 175
Keley, lun 89 175
Kely, Adnan 88 198
Kely, Erin B9 175
Kennedy, Christopher 68 112. 199
Kennedy, Frederick B8 188
Kennedy, Megan 88 17, 58. 59, 198
Kennedy, Robh 89 184
Kerlcn, Jason 88 198
Kesklnen, Wllcm B9 175
Kefiell. KIT! 106, 107, 222. 255
Keiiel, Mark 8B 70, 198
Key, Emma F 153
Key. Hslgc F 153
Kiddie. Teresa B8 88, 198
Kier, Cathy B7 19
Kler. Sfepharie 69 175
Kicked. Daniel BB 198
Km. David 88 121, 175, 198
Eugene B5 198
Eun B9 175
Hyun B8 66, 198
Jason 88 130, 138, 198
USG 88 19, 198
Lucia B8 25, 198
Mi B9 175
wmg sv 119. 430, 222
Mihwa B9 130, 136, 175
Min B8 104, 105, 117, 128
MoniccJ721 8 136 222
Myung 1 . .
Songhoon 87 236
SCOIISYV 89 113. 121, 175
Shm 89 118. 125. 175
Suit!! 89121. 175,184
Taeni 89 175
Tommy B7 62. 63, 121. 222
Won B8 130, 198
Yung B9 121 175,
Krn. . 222
Kmetryijerich. Kava F 153
Khcari, Jennifer 87 129. 222, 238
Kinder, Craig 89 175
mg, Ann Mane se we
Anne Marie B8 79
King, Jenn as wa
sang, Kerry F 143. 156
King. uw av 223
King. sabrina sv 22:4
Klnirin, John F 144
Kinlkin, Lynn 143
mm, sob P 1111
Kuehfuss, Mark 88 198
Kumbefg, our-are 87 sr, as, va. 223
Kuhns, Slar'rl6Y B9 175
Kuiberg, Don B4
Kumar, Scnjoy 88 110. 111. 128, 130. 131, 198
Kun, Roy 89 175
Kuo, Aron 87 100
Kuo. Frederick B9 18A
Kuo, Roy B3
Kuo, Ruth 88 73, 198
Kupver. Kirmeny sa we
Kunper, Krisien B8 23. 73. 92, 199
f , I 'x 4:-I
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Larson. Gregory 59 184
Larson, Laurie F 143, 154
Larson. Shown 69 176
Lailer. Lorie 87 112, 224
Lcitimore, Casey B9 184
Lu1limare, Nina B9 184
Lau. Janice B8 199
LOU, S600 89 176
Lauderdale, Marcello 89 176
Lam, Eric B7 224, 240
Lauria. Maryam 89 184
Lawless, Todd B9 176
Leach. Brad 88 199
Leoultr, John 90
Leavitt, John B8 55, 199
Lechler, Krisiine 89 73. 80, 166. 176
Lea. Anne B8 119. 128. 136, 188
Lee, Bob B8 124. 131. 138. 199
LGB, Chic B9 176
Lee. Debbie 88
Lee, Hon SB 199
Lee. Herberi 89 121, 154
,Jenny ao 125. me
, Jennifer 88 176, 199
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,June so 176, iss
, Meng-mn ev no
.Peggy so loo. ue, we
Lee. PTW BB 199
Lee. Shirley B5 110, 111, 125, 136, 1947
. Sreven 87 236
Lee, Su 88 121, 135, 199
Lea. Suzie B9 176
Leigh, Siephahre B8 112, 121, 199
Leis, Julie 87 224
Leksmonc, Weinoray 87 224
Lemos, Candice 88 199
Lenchuk, Vivian B8 112, 121. 199, 209
Lent. Cris!! B7 224
Leon. Carlos BB 199
Leon. David B8 199
Leon, William 89 56, 176
Leonordr. Donna 88 199
Leopold, Held! 88 199
l.6SkJk. Carolee 88 23, 119, 199
Lemg. Cynihiu 87 236
Leung, Kmberly 89 176
ift, John 88 53
LSWIS, AITWY 58 78. 79, 199
Lewis. James 88 83. 104, 199
Lewis, Jun 288
Lewis. Kathy SB 12, 35, 72, 73. 106. 107. 199, 288
Lewis. Marie F 141, 150
Li. Betty B8 188
Li, Jerry 87 224
Li, John 89 176
Li. Vicior 88 121, 1479
U, Wln510r1 89 176
Llong, Billy 89 176
Leong. cmrre aa loo
Liang, Kcilin 88 169, 199
Liang, N9i188 100, 124, 199
Liang. Paul 87 139, 236
Lioc. Andy B6 1lXJ. 124, 131, 135, 1347, 199
Libfrechf, Nadine F 153
Showing her excitement at ihe
football game, Liso Seltmon points
our o QIGCDL ploy by The 1eom,
Kutooinger, Michael BB 110, 111, 199
Kufmaya, Kevin 66
Kunmofo, Aksmi 87 62, 130, 224
Kurihofo, Akerirl 87 100
Kurimoro. Masomi 89 175
Kurcki, Joyce 67 107. 112, 224, 288
Kuyamirc, Kevh 76
Kwon. BDDDV 89 175
Kwon. Brian 88 199
Lighfcco, David 87 26, 224
, Paul 89 176
, Richard B9 112, 176
um, Sun-Young 87 117, 224
Lim. sung so 176
lm. Andy as we
Ln, Angela B7 62, 224
un, Chau av 236
Ln crwmao as 1es
Chien Jung ao 47.5
Cliff ar as. 224
eine sa 1:44. 199
Grace ao 154
mwofa sa we, fm
mnqvm so 177
mx as en, 125, 139. rss, we
Lh, James 88 102, 124, 138, 139, 188, 199, 224
Lil, Jeffrey 87 224
Ln, Johnson 89 177
Ln, Joyce B8 199
Lin. Ju1ian 88131, 138, 156. 199
Kuon-How B7 224
Loun B8 199
Lh B7 236
Mcry B9 124, 177
Mel 87 124. 129, 131. 136. 224
Kinsey, Kevin 89 112. 139, 175
Kvin, Stacy 87 223
Kirh. Vikki B9 175, 185
Kisfner, Tomro 87 134, 223
Kiyomuro, Kevin 89 175
Klcdifirc, Brian B9 175
Kiodfko, RODBH E. F 146
Kiawirfer, Christa 88 27, 58. 69, 79, 198
Kicsu. Roberf 847 175
Kline, Eui 87 105, 129. 223
Kina, Kimberly 87 223
Knebel. Lisa B9 175
Knight, Kara 88 198
Knowlcnd, Adam 87 53, 223
Knmn, Koran BB 195
Koa, Keren 89 62
Kocoyo. Chrisvopher 88 198
Kocayu, Jernilef 57 12, 223
Koemg. Stephanie 87 223
Keeper. David B7 131. 223
Keeper. Kciherhe B8 112, 113. 198
Lo Barrie, Trccx 87 224, 237
La Verne, Brandon B9 112, 176
Labcnscrt. Karen B9 176
Loch, Leslie B7 224
Lachalh Mary 87 224
Koger, Cynthia F 153
Kam, Karen 89 175
Kopp. Steven B7 217, 223
Korelr, Hayley 59 175
Komev. Ingo B7 223
KOSinskl..PuuI 87 223
Kosoboycrshi, Brion 88 112, 198
Lodrng' . Keliy 87 22-4
L01. Alice 89121,,176
, Benson 124, 131, 138
Lal. Sand 89 176
. Venfghi 87 236
, Ven-Hsu 89 175
Lulonde. Russel 152
Kclecha, Bimal 89 1841
Koo. I-.Ilan BB 198
Kou, Refer 88 198
Kouiso ls, Andrew 87 223
Kreler, Brei 87 56, 223
Kms, Marv 125
Kreurz, Steven 87 223
Krlps, NOYCES B9 175
Kroll, Srephonle 87 235
Kronqust, Juli 847 113. 175
Krueger, Klmberlee 89 175
Kuc, George B7 223
Kuo, J. Edward 69 175
Lcmc, Laurie F 138, 143
Lama, Nbchoel 87 236
Landes, Tom F 114, 143
Lane, Corey B9 112, 176
Lane. Frank 87 236
Lane, NCYKJV BB 199
Lcnerc, Michael 125
Lang, Richard B7 53, 64. 224
Lcmazoro, Jemirer 87 133, 224
Larralolo, Maia 89 BS, 97, 176
Larre. Carl B8 209
Larson, Daniel B7 224
Larson, David 75
Lrh. Michael 87 224
Lin, Mingfing B9 177
Un, Mlshelie 88 188
un, Peggy ea we
Lan, Perer E7 127
Lin, mchord 87 124, 125. 131, 138.
Lan, Tina 89 124, 177
Lin, William 87 224
Liridholm, Slave!! 89 55, 177
LlW3C!UiSl, .Nile 86 125, 199
Lssku, John 87 104, 105. 224
Liska, Julie 89 177
Liffel, Michelle S7 224
Lilfle. JOSSDN H8 199
'u, Angela B9 62, 177
Liu. Debbie B7 107, 131. 136, 224. 288
Llu. Gary 88 66. 199
Liu, Ruei-Wen 89 177
Liu, Sarah 89 184
Lo, Andrea 89 177
LO, June! B7 130. 131, 236
LD, Johalhcfl B9 177
LO. Phiip B8 61, 87, 100. 139. 199
LO. Sophia 89 125, 128. 177
Loffius. Jeffrey 88 199
Logan, Terri F 122
Lomedicc. Crvlsflcn B9 177
Londo. TeriB8112, 113,187,199
Long, Bryan 83 199
Long, Ewa ae os, we
Long, Stacey B8 199
Loop, Shanna? 188
Lopez. Brian B7 224
Lopez. Mark 87 51. 224
LODSZ. Scot! 88 112, 199
Lopreicro, Sergio 87 ro
Losey, Brian BB 199
Loihar, Tim 84, 85
Lovrerxskv, Richard B7 61, 95. 118, 224
Lowvher, Tknmny 89 177
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Miller. Stephanie 57 236
MIIIBY, Siephen 89 184
Miller, Sue F 151
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Mln, John 87 125, 130. 222
Min, Jun Hong 58 61. 200
Mlner. LU-1764 88 117, 188
Minton. Shannon 89 177
Minf0h, Shawna 87 227
Mlrofxdu, RKCDGYG B8 2001
Vifdiell, ENC 59 129, 175
Mlfchell. Mark 89 178 ,
Mifchell, RODS!! 68 200
Mltrowch, Steve B7 217
Miisuoko, Nofinkl 59 60. 175' L
Mifsuyc. Emlko 58 200
Mifsuyu. Molnlko B8 200
Mivugishimc. Edward B8 106, 117, 1981 200
Mae, Raylene 89 178
M0hQ11, JI 87 227
Mofna, Anno 88 200
Moths, Suzanne 88 10g 200
Molncr. Hans 89 178
M0l'1fSfT10VOf. Joyce 87 227
Montes. Thomas 87 227
Monigomevy, Gdbdel SB 200
Montgomery, Larry S7 227
f Montlsonvl, Mike 152
Mood Blk!! 89 55 178
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Moody, Jernllsr 89 113. 178
Moon. Anfon 89 184 , ,
MOON. MQW B7 117, 118, 130. 136. 227
Mooneyhon,-Bengumh 89 76, 178
Moofe, Doudos 7 227
Moore. Gfegof B9 56, 178
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socialize . '
Lu, Andrew 89 177
Lu, CHS! B8 109
Lu. Kenneth 87 49, 127, 136, 224
Lu. Robeff 87 48, 49. 125, 224. 284
Lu. Wen 87 224 -
Lucas, Teem 87 6, 225
Lucero. Don F 104, 144
Lucelo, D-:icy 88 199
LUCBY. Lcufie B9 177
LUGDIG, Chad 87 137, 225
Lug, Kimberly B9 177
Lugo. Jesse F 152 I
Luhmonn, Dondd 89 177
Luisi, Wdler 89,177
und. Llsl 87 236 . '
Lum, Steven 88 64, 112. 199
Lullrxskl. Erk: 89 177
Lytel, Ericho B7 225
Mu, Eugene as 70. B2, we
Mabry, Jennifer S9 113, 177
Mccddlccn, Joni S9 73, 177. 185
Mocios, Andrew 87 53. 55, 133, 225
Model, Sgnccio 89 53, 177
Maciel, Salvador 87 15, 53, 225
Muck, Pct F 53, 143
MQCBOD, Blah? B8 188
Moger, Chrisyl B7 225
Mogycr, Clcro 67 134, 225
Mai, LindG 87 1274 126. 225. 244, 288
Malchow, Tina 53
Mdoyg Erh B7 225
Md0ney,Ccl1d1C6 87 26, 57. 73, 101. 133,
Mfhuchuk, Alon 143
MODCVIBN, Juieph 88 200
Muicileli, Tknofhy 89 177'
Mcnzi, ,Lawrence BB 200
Mcrlno. Rick 87 9, 23, 225
McvkuS. Sanyo 88 10, 119, 135. 200
Nlumerr. JOYIGYNQD 89 177
Mcrovkh. Jackie B7 125. 225. 240
Nlcrovkh, Monlcc 88 21, 30, 107. 200. 285
MQHGSQUG. Sm!! 111 '
Nurrone, Benjamin 87 225
Mcrrons, James B8 100, 132. 133, 200 .
Navshcll. James 87 15. 55. 70. 77, 80. 177
Mcrshulh KSIN1 87 225
Marshal, Kelly B8 53, 55, 200
Marshal. Taro BB 200
Moriin, JGW165 89 55g 66, 177 .
Marvin, Laura B7 1w. 125, 135, 225
Marfinez, Bllcm 88 200
Mcriinez, Bvyun 87 61. 225
Marilnez, Dflnielie 88 95. 200, 225
Meribel, Lucio 69 184
Masunovich. Susan 89 177
Moscow, Gregofv BB 200
Mfxsielo, Gino B8 QCO
Mosney, Chrlsfidn B9 177
Nloson. Andfec B8 2420
Nkxssellng, Dofien B7 07, 225
Masseling, Sumn 89 177 '
Music, Phllio BB W, 104, 139. 200
Music, Stephen B9 477
Mcsfri, Louie 76
Mcsiro. Andrew B9 184
Muteruzzi. George 89 177
Mcriheny, Grey 182
Motrungo, Samuel 847 177
Matson. Gregory B8 94. 200
Mcttor, Rocfoi 86 200
Nkmurg Sharif 89 177 ,
Maucsley, Timothy B8 200
Moviiia, Jennifer BB 188
Maxson, Rome F 118. 144
Mdxwsil, Phiip F 143
Moy, Susori B7 33. 62, 63, 105,
Moore, Jem 85 88. 178
Moore, Kelley 87 227
Mora, Rlchdd 89 178
Moron. Andrew B8 53, 200
Moran, Brian 89 112. 178
Moran, Colleen B7 107. 112,
Mofcn, Jefvifer 89 109. 178
Mofcwec, Alexander 88 27, 87. 200
Amd 88 200
S01 F 152
Lorroin B7 227
Moreno, Ninn 89 178
Morgan, Andrew 133 '
Morgan. David 88 WB. 200
Mof an T F 143
Wendy B7 57, 92. 133. 227, 241
Morlzuka. Voshicozu BB 83, 130, 200
Mono, CNE 89 60 '
Morris, Ron F 57, 143
113. 154. 227. 288
Mayberry, Summer 88 200'
Maynard JL, Hugh B8 200
Maze, David 87 226
Mole. Lori 89 128, 177
Mczone, Steven 67 53. 75, 226
Mazurek, Jocquslyn 57 226
Mc Affrey, Michael B8 200
MC Andrew, Kely B7 103, 129, 226
MC Collie. Laura B8 200
Mc Gollum. Evan 86 61, 87, 20D
Mc Conn, Movie B9 177
Mc Corn. Chriskupher 87 27, 53. 75, 198. 211. 226
Mc Conhy. Mavic 87 226
Mr: CGW. Rene B9 177
Mc Corrrick, Arthur 87 226
Mc Colmlck, Chllsid 8B 200
Mc Cowon, Jcmes 89 477
Mc Crummsn, Michael 89 55, 177
Mm Cune. Tommy 87 119, 226
Mc Dermui, wnnney 87 so, 226
MC Dcfldd. Cro4g B8 53, 55. 200
Mc Elveen, Timothy 86 200
Mc Enfee, Knihlsen 87 101. 223. 226
Mc Ghley. Der'-his 88 56. B7, 200
Mc Govern, mance: bs. 226
Mc Gulre. Theodore 88-'l. 53. 55. BQ, 83, 133. 200
rm Iyar, Jean F 453
Mc hlosh. Scovt 89 125, 177
Mc Infyre. Erin 87 226
Mc Ovor, John 88 200
Mc Kende Jr.. Wiiam BB 53, 55, 80. 200
Mc Kean, Kdfhsfine 37 10, 27, 112. 120, 126, 127, 226
Mc Klbben. 919901 87 226
Mc Lecn. Ncrlcy 89 177
Mc Millefl, Jonas 89 177
Mc NOITSSS, Tlishc S9 73. 177
Mc NSW, MICY1426! 88 200
Mc Neil, RVGR B9 55, 177
MC PPTBISOD, Brion B9 177
Mc Phersorx. Cheryi F 450
Mc Phefscrl. Emiy 89 177
Mc Quilkin. Sem B7 226
Mc VCV. AHSQ 89 184
Mc Vny. Carol F 126. 144
Mend, Scot! 87 4112. 120, 120, 121, 226
Medeifos. Krisfh B9 112, 177
Medina, Domlnlc 87 75, 226
Medlnc, Thomas 89 112, 184
Meiers, John 143
Mein, Curios BB 9. 11, 200
. Melifvqvlch, Meklnie 69
Meiinger, Julie B9 'I77
MSJON1. Pibhdld B7 137, 227
Meifon. Joel 89 66, 477
Melton. Joy 87 236
Melvin, HW BB, 35, 39, 200, 276
Mendenh , Sandro 87 117, 118, 125, 227
Mendenhci. Thomas 88 200
Merugef. Darren 87 230
Mercer. Lynne 87 129, 227
Merczhanhxlalpo B7 124. 227
Memout, Michelle 88 10. 200
' Merritt, Nathan 85 200
Maw, Chlisiophsf 88 56. 200'
Meyer. Kofen 88 10, 200
Meyer, Krislyn B7 36, 227 I
Michael, Tlnu E9 112. 177
Mllcno, Kerry 87 123, 211, 227. 236
Miinovich, Mdlihew BB 66. 200
Mlinbvldi. MQIONG B9 547, 78, 177
Wm. Doriene 88 200
MMI, Andrew 88 125. 200
Wler, Annullm 87 131. 227
Mler. Cdfhefirle 89 69, 78, 112, 177
Milbr, Christopher B8 200
Miler, Donlelle 89 62, 177
Miller, David 87 103. 132. 227
Mmer, Jucquelyn B8 200
Miner, Kevin B9 39. 54, 55, 80. 177
MIHSY. Llke 87 227
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Morrison, Margaret 88 117. 118. 201
Morrison, Shunncm 87 227
Morrone, Benjamin 87 53
Morrow, CNWSTODTTST 89 60. 178
Morrow. I-Gmbeny BB 103, 131. 201
Morfensefh, Wendy 89 478
Mosely, June 1143 ,
MDSFISL Wdrsd F 453 1
Mou, Shifiey 58 201
Mcufcvfej. Juhcrv 89 184
MOLNY, PKJQY B8 201
Mucclllo, ark 68 201
Nalder, Cynthia B7 20, 21, 46, 227
Nklligan. Bufbolc 88 184. 201
Myrvold, Wilfoom 88 103. 201
Nubcd. Nughmen 87 227
Nszgushima, Tomoml 88 188
Ncgcia, Nancy 87 227 -
Nam, Fred F 143, 162
Ncirl. Bda F 143. 162
Nckc. Nite 87 227
Ndtdw. Akekl 87 236
Ndcov. Sophia 89 881 89, 178
Nos, Michele as 204
Nurdelm Spencer 87 227. 234
Ncsil, Aim! B8 201
Nasir, Jeffrey 88 201 ,
Ncssif. Sora B6 201
Ncsfrl, LOII 89 184 K
NGSM. Lou 89 70 -
Navcvro, Jdson 87 104. 105. 236
Navarro, Luis 881201 --
Navarro, Ofalkl 87 227
Neunder, Bruce 89 178 ,
Negishi, srm-ni as as. 201
Neglshi. Tetsuyo B7 130. 227
Nelson, Ann 87 227 J i
Nelson. James 87 178, 236
Nelson, Kimberly 88201 . f
Nelson. Kl1SYhClL89 178
Nelson. Mdtihew 87 227,
Newcomb, Karen 89 178 '
Newman, Craig 87 64. BO, 81. 127.
Newman, J0nclVhon'89 55, 178
Ng. Kenaicu so 184
NQO. Linh 89 178 ,
Nguyen, Denise 89 478
Nguyen, Thong 87 -227
Nguyen, Tin 8 178
Niccsiro, -Curio 89 55, 47B
Nichols, Mindy B9 178 '
NKZDOLS. Shane 89 184
NICRQI, David 88 112. 131, 201
NiCOlOS, Robefi B7 228
Nlcbi, Mark B9 55, 178
Nielsen. Aimee 68 112,201
Nilicf. Jcsveef 55 204
Nic, NelS0n 88 204 f
Nissen Ill, Pm! 89 83, 178
Niswonger, Joseph 88 188 ,
Noe. Amy 87 117. 118. 225
NOIOH. 81611 89 70, 178
Norbevg, Glen 125
Norrish. Tomaso B8 204
Novelll. Vero F 153 -
NOWG, J0hnF 68, 141, 143. 162
Nuhfbdzic, Tufik 87 236
NUM. Victoria B7 112, 226
mygen, rea as
Nybe, Jonh sr 22:3 -
5 fit ,,-l
The agony at Injury was demonstrated by 'defensive back ,Thomas Greep
os his coaches carry him off The field, - V ,
Mumford, James BB 134, 201
Munoz. AN10 B9 111, 158. 178
Mxnson. Deonno 88 201
Mu1Ch, Nchdus BB 201
Muchmicn, Donna 88 119, 204 -
MUIO. Derek 87 84, 85. 99, 104, 105. 227
MUIO. JOYTIBS B8 53, 55, 201 L
MUVDUSYV Chfisfin 89 176
MuI'ph9Y, Nlkthelie 88 124, 201
Mufmy. TOHVG B7 26, 101, 105. 220. 227
Mustafa, M..IS1Of0 87 236
Mu510fG, NGQI 88 188
Myefs. .miie ea 112. 121, 201
Myefs. Scoti BB 201
Mynster, Chriswnhel 88 133. 201
,... . -k:' ' - A :If .... 2 1
O'Bcl1non, Llnefie 87 125, 218, 228.
O'BrlGh, B631 B8 0. 202
O'B6Qf1, Jim F 105. 144
0'CDnn0f, David 89 176
O'Connof, Wllam 89 6, 55, 184
O'Del, Kevin 87 129. 134. 135, 438. 439. 228
O'NeSky. John B9 478
O'Sofio. Wiiscm B9 184
Oohcre. Marianne B7 228
Oakley. Jil! 59 13. 73, 78, 478
Oakley, Paul 87 145. 228. 288
Ogden, Darren ao we
Oh, JOB B9 60, 87. 178
Oh, Judy BB 202
Okcmoto, Scot? 88 142, 124. 202
Oliver, Kevh 58 75. ZH
Oimsfed. Scott 88 80, 112. 421, 1311, 202
Olsen, Alicia 87 69. 79, 228
Oisky, Mctvhew 88 202
Olson, Amy B8 69, 202
Patel, Acfkm 87 236
Perez, Angelo 87 228
Perez, BOD B0
Pefsz, Chris 68 202
Perez. Joseph 88 202
Perez. Robert 89 178
Pelel. Ruben B9 478, 425
Paritofe, Fred F 503. 'IAA
Penh, Sfccsy BB 106, 107. 202. 288
Perry, Amy 58 2. 22, 34, 422, 202
Perry, Scot! 87 728
Parsing, A554091 B9 63, 178
Pervng. cnmms 87 63, 228
Petersen, Jeffrey 88 70, 202
Pefarsen, Tuna 89 178
Scbuni, Traci BB 17. 69, 203
The dedicailon of cheerleaders and parents is eviden? when they offend
one of The iofe night varsity soccer games.
Qulntunc, Ekzubefh B7 236
Quinftmd, JOSGDVI B8 202
Rchmcn, Ifsno B8 202
Rahman, Nosheed 87 229
Rumoga, Richovd 89 66, 179
Rcrwrez, Ed F 53, 64
Rcrfkez. Gkhric 89 179
Randall. Beoux 87 53, 236
Rangel, Melinda B9 179
Rcnnis. Paul 88 188
Rordin, Dole BB 202
ROSHICS, Hilbcd 89 17?
Rashid, Hooman 87 236
Rosmussen. Ghennu F 'IAA
Roy, Catherine F 153
Roy, Soycn BB 130, 202
Rea, POL! B7 229
RSCIXIQYL Michele B8 128, 202
Recd, Reber? B8 202
Ready, Matthew 88 23. 80, 81. 202
Recino, Peter 87 229
Emlly 88 203
Reed, Michael 87 229
Reed, Randi BB 203
Reeve, Lyle S9 179
Raicheun, Eric 87 229
Rodgers, Tvcvis 89 66. 'IBO
Rodriguez, Anthony 89 55. 180
Rodriguez, Monica BB 125, 203
Rodriguez, Sfocy 87 229, 238
Roctiquez. Staphcnie 87 10, 220, 229
ROB. Heien F 1119
Roffeld. Steve 88 203
Rogers. windy 125
Rogers, Shuriene 87 229
Romer, Donald B9 180, 66
Rolf. Bcrbclc 89 180
Rornefo, Edgcvdo B7 230
ROOSY. John 89 480
Honey. Monica B7 230, 288
nongc, Shonon agfggo
Rovvick. Erika 88 45, 203
ROSBGOIB. Tiffofhy 87 230
Romcxkm. Jon BB 203
Ross. Anniso B7 120, 230
Ross, Ernie F 152
Ross, Wiliam B7 230
ROs1Sf, Chuck 139
Rofhbcuer, Nancy F 150
Roughan, cf yn
Rowe, Sieve F 144
Rczief. LouG152 so 180
Rumberg, Don 9
Ruiz. Francisco B8 203
l?u1, Mcrielc 89 180
Miz, Rcrbdblph B8 203
Quiz, Randy 436. 137
nun. sywia as 203
Rule, Diane 89 180
Rumohr, Chrififcpher B9 180
Russo, Angelo 87 112, 120, 121. 126, 127, 230
Ruzach. Sfephonie 87 117, 230
Ryan, Nicole 88 203
Ryu. HSNY B9 'IBO
Rbhke, Keie 89 78. 179
Reno. Tnclo 87 73. 223, 229
Reyes, Alexander 89 76. 179
Reyes, Olivia F 153
Reynolds, Andlew 89 112, 125, 179
RYISS, Dohdld B9 179
Rhore, Donny 76
Rice. Jayne F 1414
l?iChCVds. Pu!! F 153
Richardson, Denise 88 18. 181. 'IBB
Rmchofdson, Lenofa F 451
Richcvdson. Shannon 88 203
Richfar, ROUGH 89 76. 179
Richter, Ronald 87 22'-7
Rico, Berii 88 191
Riedev, Corino 37 229
mggm, usa er 228. 229. 237
Sobouncnxon, Rebecca BB 1054 112, 124. 134. 135, 203
Omens, Dho 88 202
Ondefdonk, Richold 143, 162
Or, Yen B9 178
OICUH. Defllse 88 122, 202, 282
Orfagu. Cuties 88 202
. Dei B7 129, 134, 135. 135. 1
. Elk: 88 202
Raymond F 60
Sfeven B9 478
Peiroccoro. Frank 143
39, 165, 229
Undo 87 107. 229. 288
Sam 89 184
Carb 88117. H8
Juunikl B7 136, 229
O, 88 203
Suddoris, Elaine F 153
Suelwd, LKSCI 87 38, 112, 115. 126, 230. 274
Soffler. Shelly B6 62, 03, 73, 203
Sakai, Machrko B8 203
Suicide. Veronica 89 117. 150
Ortega. David aa 188
OHSQCI. LITIGNO 89 178
OS9buld, KH F 453
Outsen, Jon BB 202
Owens, John BB 202
0ZGri, Aviv B9 178
Peireli, Roseonn 89 178
Pevierson, Jeffrey 88 61
Pettevson, Raymond F 61. 144
Phillips, Adam BQ 178
Phillips, Jenrlifef 89 78, 479
PYCNOHG. SQGCSY B7 SB, 133. 229
Piefce. KVISB 92
Pie. Dusfifl 88 74, 202
Pke. Richuld 87 54. 55. 87. 229
Pic. DOITYHRU 88 107. 202. 285
Pic. Symhio 87 100. 407. 229. 288
Pimer, Theodore 89 76, 179. 120, 285
Pifwedd. Sundfd SB 10, 22, 202
Pitts, BIII F 53
Piits. David B8 112, 202
Hoe, Dominique 89 125, 179
Piofkn, Mnfc B8 21, 23. 202
Plumlee, Susan B7 12, 229
Pcdsko, Swcy 67 229, 105. 202
Poicky, Coin 85 53, 202
Pace. Deondrec BB 202
Pcckovd. Juhs 88 86, 202
Poi' Janette 88 202
Pukaf, Bunn F 153
Palkldnc, Joe 87 35. 211. 228
Pon, Ken! 121
Paniqquc, Carlos 76
Pcrodc, Marlin 88 202
Pcnlle. Chrtsiie 69, 92
Parke, PHYS! 89 136, 478
Poang. Rouen av 51. so, wo
Pon, cm-xy B7 402. 424, 429. 131, 136, wa. 229
Pod. Jeffrey se 202
Brcndcs 87 229
Poon, Wayne 89 66, 179
Chfiswphef 67 46. 229
P011 86 70. 52. 83, 202
Scoif 87 236
Tracy 89 179
Elizabeth 88 202
Podcs, MVCO 89 179
, Steven F 148, 149. 275
, Thomas 87 229
SSS? WS? 22625 Us
Pork, Roger 89 124, 178
Pork, Roy B7 427. 130. 228
Park. Song-Hyun BB 66, 67, 83. 202
Pak, Young B9 150, 431, 178
Dennis 88 202
Jim F 70
Michael 87 6U, 61, 228
Scot? 88 202
Shelyl f 141. 143
Chlisfine 88 202
Parrott, Kathleen B8 34. 202
Pcrsi, Joseph so 184
Pcrwlz. David 88 'IBB
Posqude. Seen 88 104,
Posture. Steven B7 228
Ptlfelhiml, Glhc 89 178
Povey, MGM BB 202
Pcxson, Ked B9 478
Payne. Curtis 88 188
Payne, Torn F 16, 25, 104. 146
Pecke, Durrv 87 236
Pecmng N, Skgper 87 22B
Pearse. Kylie B 178
Pearson, Ricky BB 202
Peck, Gregory F 144, 145. 160, 162
Pedrmh, Derrick B8 158. 202
Pedroifl, William 88 112, 202
Pai, Anita 89 178
Petletier, Jllie 88 202
Penny. Gerald F 144
Penny, John 89 478
Psfosso. Julie 89 178
Perelli. KOTHV 86 27
Pollo. Eileen B7 229, 241
Pozzo. Heidi 89 113, 479
Precicdc, Monica 87 12, 229
Pfemi. Roscmnc B8 202
Price, Shannon B9 113. 179
P1imozich,C!om F 129. 143
Prlnce, Micheal B8 202
Procfof. Jeanne 88 202
Pvcfumo, David 88 6. 404, 105, 417, 118, 202
Plovenzano, Richard B9 SA. 55. 91, 179
Pfoverucno. Steven 87 27, 53, 133, 229, 244
Provinss. Christina B9 179
Provines. Siczcy 80 179
Pu. JDITISS 847 179
Puerius, M6550 B9 179
Puglisi, Eizobeth 88 202
Pyshef. James 68 202
Quigley, Price 87 436, 229
Llsiening intensively, The Execufive Council learns about upcoming
Rivera. Jaqueline 87 236
Rllzi, Frank B7 45, 103. 427, 128, 132. 229
RODOCK. Jeffrey 87 112. 120. 127, 229
Robcck, KOIBT1 B9 122. 425. 454. 467, 179
Robbins. Todd 89 55. 179
Roberts, James B9 179
Roberis, Michael 89 173, 179, 184
Roberis. Sfocy B7 78, 79, 433, 229
Robeffs. Sfephen 88 134, 203
Robedson, JOn 89 42, 229
R0b9iS, Jim BG -
Roblllurd. Karyn 87 229
Robinson, Caro! F 153
Robinson, Cruistopher 87 135, 229
Robinson. Robert BQ 480
Robles. Andma 80 160
Robles. Anthony 87 229
ROCQUS. Janine 88 95, 203
Rododo. Clare 89 160
SCIlinG5. Gino 89 180
Sclley. Tracy 88 411, 188
SCIIBI, Dlck F 53, 444
Scmurzich. Aniko 87 230, 238
Sams. Todd B7 24, 70, 230
Sczmuelion, Smven 87 230
Sanchez. Amanda BB
Sanchez. Ano BO 480
Sanchez. Chiisflne BB 112, 143, 187. 203
Sanchez, Emma 87 230
Sanchez, Mcfgomo F 144
Sanchez, Morin B9 180
Sanchez. Raul 88 458
Sandlin, Mrichel 80 55, 180
Sanford, Peter 87 55, 230
Sonsus, Moria 88 3, 88. 07, 112, 420, 203
Scnzo, Chnsttne B8 203
Sorolicn, Enk B7 53. 230
Sand, Christrcn 89 180
Satoh, Kama 88 203
Sawrfes, Pe1ar 89 180
Sczxberg, Krisilnc 88 107, 203, 288
Soxelby. Kimberly 87 150, 230, 234
Scovcell, Gregory 87 236
Schaefer, Steven BB 203
Schafer. Johnathan 89 60, 87, 180 '
Schaller, Douglas 87 104, 230
Schaugaard, Rachelle 88 112, 117, 118, 203
Schebi, Jeanne 85 203
Schenenger Jr., Daniel 88 203
Brckebush collapses on The floor To
Sheldon, Shawn 87 236
Shell, Jeanie 89 11
sen, Scolv 89 70
Shen, Vu Chen 87 121, 126, 230
Shen, Yuda 89 66, 180 K
Shepherd, Krrsfen SB 11, 55, 76, 204
Sherlock, Bnon 87 230
Sherkbltk, Michael 89 180
Sherman, Michael 89 75, 184
Shih, Shun B9 160
Shimizu. Voshio BQ 55, 180
Shively, Jennifer 89 59, 92, 93, 1311, 180
Shively, Mark 87 15, 53. 230
Short Ken! B8 204
Short, Kyle B8 70, 20A
Snort Sarah 87 37, 58, 73, 230
Shrock, Shannon 86 117, 118, 128, 204
Shu, Kevin 88 204
Shu, Michael 67 61
Shuber, Jenny 78
d, Christina 89 180
Sicurelka, Heidi 87 14. 103, 105, 230
Sigcl. Mrchele 88 204
Vidorio 87 102, 230
'SUvQ, Edt 89 83, 180
Sziver, Arlene 89 180, 155
Sslver, John 88 94, 204
Srlvel, Lergh Ann 88 205
Silverstein, Sanford F 144
Silverfhom, Robert 8? 70, 231
Snvio, Jacquelin 87 231
SQIVIO, Mkbhelle 87 112, 132, 231
Sdrnone, K1rk 87 231, 233
Simons, Michael B8 205
Jeffrey 87 108, 109, 231, 241
Kelley 89 'IBA
Srsmcndo, Lori 89 166, 180
SMS, Suzanne 87 231
SNQS, Ccryn 88 56, 57, 73. 92, 205
S1ever1 88 188
d, Robert 88 205
Skrinris, Rcnia 87 231
Susan 89 160
Smddno, Pever B8 75, 205
Smcldino, Yeresa 87 73, 79, 100, 101, 132,
Small. Enc S7 231
Srnehzer. Chad 89 180
Alessandra 89 88. 180
Smlih, Blenr 59 180
Sn'vi1h, Bnton 87 113, 231
Srniih, Drone 88 113, 205
Smith, Doug F 53, 14A
Smi1h, Justin 89 55, 711, 75. 76, 166. 180
Smiih, Kermefh B9 180
Smi1h, Mark 87 22, 75, 101, 205, 208, 283
Sml1h, MiCbel1e 87 117. 118, 231
Smi1h, Mindy 87 112, 117. 116, 231
Smi1h. Pclrfy B7 231
Smi1h, Phil B8 9, 106, 205
Smifh, Shellc 871231
Smiih, Wendy 88 205
Srleidef, Debbie 87 58, 59, 88, 231
ggeigrenffim 8139532 23
Overwhelmed wi1h fatique, Sheri 50652622.30 89 ,gb 1
Sofia, Andrew S7 231
Sohn. Jeannine 89 184
Sohn, Jung B7 121, 127, 130, 231
'rake ca break from, marching.
Scniffrleo, DVDGSG 88119, 38, 39, 73. 79, 119, 203
Schiffiea, Thomas 87230
SChl11z, Kaley 89 180
Schlichtrng, Lcuro 87 12, 230
Schmidt Alexander 89 180, 281
Schmidl, Katherine 85 136, 204
5ChfY1iL11, Richard B9 130, 131, 180
Schneidw, Kim B8 23, 204, 209
Schreiner. Sandra 87 125, 230
SCWJDG, Jennifer 89 73, 180
Schumoker, Nalcrsha 89 180, 182
Schurer, Cnrisiopher 88 5. 204
SCHWQD, Fred F 144
Schwartz, Tino 88 135. 204
Sclcura, Patrick 89 180
SCOHO, Luigi 88 204 '
Scofi, Bradley 87 34, 39, 52, 53, 85, 230
SCNJYQS, Kevin 89 180
Secs edi, Eric 87 12, 34, SD. B1, 159, 230. 241
Sechresf, Robe!! B8 2011
Sedleniek, Pere: 87 230, 240
Segarrc, Edward B8 188
Sega, Chvisknpher 88 128, 129, 204
Sega, Rouen 87 102, 104, 230
Selbclk, John B7 44, 230
Sekbak, Pida 58 135, 204,
Seibck, Vida 88 123, 124, 135. 20A
Seltmon, Duvrd 87 121, 230
S9HmUf1,Li5O B9 117, 122, 167, 180. 280
Semunell, Suzanne 89 180
Seo, Hilary 88
SeDDOnen, John 87 112. 120, 230
Ser, Susan BB 62, 128, 136, 204
Serrano, Steven BB 204
Sokolow, Meiisso B8 205
Soldweaeh Diane F 1414
Solfman, Mark 88 1041, 139. 205, 242, 288
Solrven, Dania Row S8 205
Sanz, Sooner 87 236
Sommer, Jennwer 88 205
Son, Mr 88 205
San, Moal-can 87 130, 232
Song, Jun 88 205
Song, Steven 87 236
SOG HOD, Meindc 87 100, 134, 135, 232
Sorensen, Sfephanfe 87 232
Soulonxlle, Jenniien 89 180
Spam. James F 144
Spalirna, Mwcrxael 88 31, 205
Spaniard, Mike 76
Spanier, Mlcahel 88 188
Sparier, Suzy 87 118
Sparc, Rosanna 89 181
Spauiarng, Christina 87 232
Spaulding, Steven 8B 205
Spaulding, Tino B7 125
Spedi, Doug F 144. 145
Spencer. Braden 89 55, 181
Spencer, Kirk 89 125, 181
spuck, wrnram H. P 146
Smclone, Gabe 88 205
Starry, Rourke 88 124, 205
Smfford, Mark 88 205
STQ1def, Russell BB 205
Svailone. Gobrrevlo 88 205
Sianley, Rcthcrd 88 205
smpfer, Kim as 205
Smolavon, George F 144
Sior, Sylvia 88 112, 205
510101, Layne F 141, 144
Stark, Karen 89 122, 167, 181
Shark, Maifhew 89 184
Stearns, Puvrrcia 87 232
S1eger, Kevin 88 205
Stwhen, Aiyssa 88 205
S16-'Dhens Mcrk 90 56
Sierkrn, Dcycr F 103
Serven. Macnee! 89 180
Servxce. Craig 60 180
Sentecase, Sylvanc 88 22, 204
Sempone, Krrnberiy 88 204
Seweil, Kimberly 87 230
Sexton, Bradley 87 231, 236
Sexdon, Melissa 89 73, 180
Sexion, S19Dh0r1ie B9 180
'5hQdvCX. Ah 88 188
Shafer, John 89 70. 101
Shafer, Jon 89 101, 176
500161, NliChGel 89 12, 180
Shclhoiun, Duvld 88 60, 61, 87. 204
Sharnceh, Leila 88 105. 128, 204
Sharp, Wayne 88 204
Sharpe, Francis 87 236
Snovahon. Catherine 89 180
Snaui, Suaphen 88 53, 55, 204
Snayegan, Shad 88 100, 130, 131, 204
Sheehv. Gsna 68 204
Sheehy, Lisa 89 117, 180
Sheets, Eric B8 76, 204
Sheunbaum, Jordon 88 204
Sierla, Tracy F 153
Sfillwell, Marci SB 113, 205
S1ingIe, Chrishnu 59 181
Shvers, Tonya 88 205
Juiie 87 117, 115,232
Casey ao 181
Jeff sv 217
Shannon 87 34, 69. 107, 119, 232, 239, 283
vrgsrra F 444
Sionecipher. Eric 87 100, 135, 139, 147, 223, 232, 278
Sioner, Jcmes B7 232
S1orrar, Motihew 88 111, 205
Aaron 89 181
I, Jocelyn 88 205
Sfraku, Sylvia 88 205
Sfrouss, EYIC B9 103. 181
Strebor, Moncgoid 242, 243
Sfromsae, Mrchoel 89 112, 181
Su, Henry 88 205
su, .lucy so 181
Sudyono, Ange1O 87 03, 232
Suen, Chin B7 236
JO 38 58, 205
Sullrvan. Gregory BQ 112, 181
Suflrvan, Kevin 88 188
Sumner, Lcrc 89103, 134, 168, 181
Sun, Charlene 8? 236 .
Sun, Chrisfina 87 232
Sun, George 89 83, 181
SUR, Helen B9 151
Surani, Salma B9 184
Sufton, Jeanine 88 23, 205
Swfon, Jennifer 87 223, 232
Swafixenivuber, Rxchord 88 70, 76, 205
Sweigcn, Edward B8 205
Swenson, Jo-Anne 87 10, 232, 241
Swimek, Thomas 87 136, 232
Tabor, Rebecca 87 236
Swifr, Susan BB 205
Tilddei, Chrishne B8 59, 88, 95, 198, 205
Taggart. Jennifer 88 205 -
Tckchcshl, Onmi 88 61, 121. 205
Takeuchl, P01 F 144
TDDQ, Aice 88 205
Tarccanc. Roberio 88 205
Tafcnfrno. Tomaso 87 26, 70, 232
Tcrbeil, Jon 89 181
Tnrkanian. .lane 87 232
Tnrkuhian, Kendra B9 58. 181
Ymebe, Gqrrev 87 232
Tcylol, David 287
Tcyior, Jeffrey B8 205
ravbr, Shcxa 89 181
recgue, Harvey, 88 205
Tsdesco, Priscla F 144, 162
Teels, Lon B7 223, 232
feng, Kevin 89 124, 181
Tepe, Eleanor 89 181
Tephcbock, Theron 88 53, 205
Tesner, Carol F 153
Tessandorl, John 88 110, 111, 205
Thorp, Charles 89 1811
Thee, Dofldd 139
Thelsi, Maureen F 150
Thlora, Harpul, 88 128, 205
Thinger, Julie B6 18, 201. 205, 208
Thomas. Wlllkzrn F 152
rnompson. arqnnne F 153
thompson, Douglas 88 205
ThOfl'0SOl'l, Elilclbefh B7 232
ThOmpSOr1, John F 148, 149
Thompson. Karen 88 205
Thompson. Mark 85
ThOmD50H, S0011 89 181
Th0mSer1, P016 87 232
Thongtnlrcj, Dootsdeem 8? 181
Thom, Jusfin B9 181
Thorne, Jim 68 125, 205
Tnorn1on,l,cruro SB 205
Thurman, Alexander 87 64, 232
Thurmcm, Darcy B9 112, 181
Thurman, Lisa 89 151
Tien, Jonathan 89 181
Tievz, Aiiison 88 88. 205
Ting, Louis B7 127, 139, 232
Tlriillli, Cristo 88 205
UOGSN, Colleen B9 73, 181
Tloden, Monique 87 73, 132. 133, 232
Tjahjadi, LBOHOVGUS 89 181
TOCICQU. David 89 182
Toggger, Shannon 87 2, 15, SB, 85. 89, 97, 119, 132,
Tomkins, Michael B8 205 ,
T0rr65, M1300 B7 232
Torres, Shannon 87 19. 232, 236
T01ien. Pad 87 60, 61, 232
Tron, H B8 188
Trmzoxgteven 88 27, 53, 55, 104, 105, 206
Trapp, Erlch 89 55, 182
Trovanfi, Nei 87 232 ' -
Tressel, Susan B8 59. 206
Trick. Bryant 87 404, 236
Tripp, Todd B7 17. 26, 39, 232
Tro11er, Kimbeny 88 19, 206
Tsai, Henry 89 124, 182 '
Tsai, John B8 83, 206
Tsai. Ken 89 182
Tsang, HSlU B8 206
Tsang, Mei-Chun 87 236
Yseng, Nancy 88 206
Tsang, vuon-vu as 206
Tsing, Jeanne 87 102, 125, 131, 136. 232
Tsou, Teh Vu B8 131, 138. 206
Tsuji. Tamao 88 206
mi, Term ee 70, 71. 232
Tu, Amy 138
Tu, Charles 88 188
Tu, David 87 103. 127, 137, 232
Tu, Judy B9 182 ,
Tu, Linda 87 232
Tuazon, Arsenic 86 206 ,
Tuazcn. Joy 124, 125, 136, 138 ,
Tucuon, Lydia 87 232
Tubbs, Jeffrey 89' 182
Tunniciff. Anc1rec.87 51. 58, 232
nmer, Clvistopher av 236
Turunen, Laurie 87 22, 32. 79, 233
Turunen, Marc 89 182
TUSSY. Alun F 144 .
Tume, Grgorgerte F 124
Twifchel, Carego? 182
rye. Svacv ea
Tye, Wendy 87 '99, 112, 114, 121,
Tyree, Eric 87 233, 240
Tyree, Timofny 88 135, 206
Tyson, Gregory B7 233. 240
s.m,- mxqyuurao bo, 182 'J
umcn, Km sr 131, 233
Urongd, Loraine F 144
Valdovinos, James 817 182
126 233. 285
Working quickly-io ilnlsh their lesson plans, Joanne Swensson and Linda
Benioff prepare fo ieach their elemenlrary sfudents.
1 1 ....,. . , , 2.,,2...,4mae11!!sr...f,...-.,,...s-g,rro1r,M....2 ..., 2,1,..:s,,9esm,,:,:f
Voldovinas. Javier 89 182
Valencia, Sfephtrlle 89 182
Valenllne. Jason 89 182
Vallejo, Margaret 88 206
Vdeja, Nara 89 182
Van Der Plas, John 85 61, 206
Van Genderen. Jason B8 80, 206
Van Hem. Jin 72
Van Horn, Meissa 89 15, 59, 73, 182, 185
Van Horn, Tiffany 87 233
Van Iwaarden, Jr. David B7 233
Van Osdel, David 87 12
Van Osdel. Knsiofer 87 64, 233
Vmde Wege, James B8 206
VGQUBZ, Lisa 88 187
Vasquez, Tlna 88 206
Vaughn, Cynthia B9 182
Vazquez, Lisa BB 113, 206
17232, C11riS1ina 87 102. 103. 112, 125, 126. 127. 233,
Velasauez, Daniel 89 182
Velasauez. George 89 57, 182
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b .., F ,A
Showing her school splrli, Susan
Keh participates in a lunch pe1p-ral-
velascxiez, Jermlfer 88 4, 119. 206
Velasquez, Thomas 89 184
Velazquez. Esieban B9 182
Veldefroln. S3even 88 206
Venemo, Jaymes 87 117, 118. 233, 241
Verclo, Ddh 88 56, 117. 118. 206, 209
Vsfhkb, Gary 89 129, 182
Vefkcluieren, Valerie 87 111, 233
Veflafa, Apfi 89 182
Veron, Briuw 87 233
Verlona, Julle 86 62, 63. 73. 78. 206
Vickline, Jeffrey 88 53
Vlasemof, Jamie 87 236
Va, Hd V01 88 206
Voissem. Jeremiah 89 2. 182
Volpe. Shauna 89 182
V00 Bluecher, Tescha 89 182
vim, came F 150
Vu. Van 88 206
Vucosav, Mona 88 206
Y C L
wade, John 88 206 87 236
Wagner, Juiel 88 123. 206
Wagner, Sean 88 206
W0i 6, Randal 89 70, 182
Waken, Malhew 87 233
Wdde, Errwna 72, 73
Wdde, Trudi 87 133, 233
Walden, Pamela 87 233 -
wqlgfen, Aimenc F 153
Walgren. Slwerm F 152
Wdker. Ccrllon 89 112, 184
Wakef, Charblie 87 26, 57, 233
Waker, Chfisflne F 144
Waker. Rica 88 188
Walter, Reber! 89 183
Waker, Ronald B7 233
Waker, S0011 88 110, 111, 133, 207
Wdcsr, Thomas 89 31, 183
Wal, Jennifer 90 63
Wda, Jeana 847 183
Walo, Glue 89 13
Walsh, KW 88 207
Wdsh, Michael 87 9, 11, 19, 233
Watiers. Teresa 87 234
Wa110n. Pcdrick 87 236
Walfrip, Sandra 87 17, 32, 39. 41, 119, 122
Wang, Catherine 89 183 ,
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Wang, Clifford 89 129. 183
Wcng, David 89 183
wang, mea ea 155
Wang, James 124, 131. 138
wang, Kmy sv 121, 183
Wang, Lynaell 87 100, 103. 129, 234
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Wing. MinvHuei 88 207
Wang, Nien-Clin 88 207
Wang, Relwlflofgg 69 183
Wang. Shlow 183
Wang, Sieve 88 100. 124, 207
Wang, Sunny 87 125, 127. 136, 234
wcng, Wendy 88 231377183
WCXU, Joanne 88 15. 112, 119, 207
Ward, JOl'l0 F 144
Ward, Kevh 89 107, 183, 288
Jemine 89 183
Ware, Ryan 87 112, 120, 121, 15, 234
Wamer. Michael 88 5, 81
Warren. Bradley B7 236
Warren, Tennyson F 144
Washbllh. Scott 88 110. 111, 207
Wassef. Hany 89 125, 183
Waisan, Doreen BB 57, 92, 207
Watson, Sandra 88 207
Weber. Joanrle 87 236
Weber, Kelli 89 117. 183
Weckerle. David 87 75, 234
Weeks, Tefl F 153
Wai, Noel 88 125, 207
We1Ier. Jake F 144
WBXSS, Wiam F 144
Welch. Arlene 87 234
Welch, Mark 88 86, 87. 207
Weles. Rebecca 88 207
Weiss, Siephanie 89 183
Wells, Andrea 87 236
Wells, Sean 89 112, 183
Wemmer, Scofl 88 207
Wen. Emly 88 207
Wefldl, Didme F 153
Welbebw. JOS0r1 89 76, 171. 183
Wemer. lWC!'l0el SB 61, 87. 207
Wessier. Scoff 88 53, 55, 70. 207
Wesf, Michele 87 234
Wheier, .lake F 160
WhiDp1e,Kris1In 88 9,31,61,188, 207 -
Whipple, Stephen 87 75, 211, 234
Whiwkef, Suzanne 87 234
White. Barry F 148, 1547 V.
While, Dwayne 87 32, 61, 86, 237
While. Jeffrey 87 234
Whiied. Anlicl 88 188
Wliielev, Katherine 89 183
Whiieley, Peter 87 234
Whlieilde, Barbara F 150
Whitmore. Randal 87 234
Whaley, Sharlrion B8 118. 119.207
Vlfasluk, Rufh 88 207 f
Wickine, Jeffrey 88 55, 133, 207
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Wllkhsofl, Mrllnda 88 207
Wics,Doug 138. 144
Wioms. Lindo 88 207
Wliarvs. Maf1l'lew 89 112, 120, 183
Wiliams. Richard 88 52. 53, 55. 207
WET. Jacauelin 87 37, 87. 119. 122, 123, 211, 234,
WilS0r1. Jeffrey 89 66, 183
Wilson. Randd 87 15, 53. 50, 81, 234
Wilson Shannon B7 33, 117,118,234
Wison. Tamara 87 12, 20, 21, 38. 99, 119, 235
Wilsierman, Daniel 87 235 5
Winchester, Andrea 89 183
Wlndsor, Carey 89 183
Wlnslow, Mafihew 87 80. 235
Wifkelsky, Chuck F 80, 61, 174
Wohlwend. Jennifer 89 183
Wong, Janice 87 236
Wong. Steve 138
WOO, Jiwny BB 66, 207
Wood, Dmdd 88 53, 55, 133. 207
W00d, Richard 89 183
Wooddi, Baba 76
Wtrodal, Tlmcfhy 89 183, 282
Wgggs, Kihberly 88 5, 100, 107, 128, 129, 190. 207.
Woods, Pa'l'riClO 89 112, 183
Woodsmall, Mark 88 207
Woodward, Marc 87 53. 64. 75. 235
Woodwdd, Michael 89 183
Waodwcld, Michele 87 235
wf1gm,Avef1e 89 1811
Wright. Gregory 89 55, 183
Wrlgnf, John 88 188
Wrlqzf. Kell 87 24. 38, 112: 120, 126, 235
W V, Michelle 88 103. 207
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Wymap Erin 80 183
Zabel. Marlin F 144
Zalonte. Matthew 88 207
Zarlgkuni. Jennifer 89 183
Zokos. Lisa 88 104. 207, 288
Zales, Stan F 144
Zampielo. Celeste 89 184
Zcrnpielo, Valerie 88 10, 113. 207
Zapata. Pamela 88 207
Zovala, Gina 88 207
Zehis, Wiham B8 207
Zernickaw, Srlereen 88 207
Zeu1lluS. Eric 87 80, 235
Zirovich. Reber? 89 60, 87, 183
ZOCCOH, Connie 88 207
Zoccoll, Stephanie 88 73, 87, 207
Zorml, Rina 87 235
Zuvala. Pai F 152
Zwick, Racpel 89 57, 92. 183
Yack, David 87 112, 120, 235
Yamashita, Dalsuke 80 70, 183
Yamaguchi, Bert! 152
Yanagr, Wesley 7 137, 236.
Yang, James 88 124, 207
Yang. Michelle 152 -
Vonoskl, Jennifer 89 183
Yao, Rowena 88 124, 138. 207
Vou, Purwah 88 207
You. Wd-Hung 87 117, 118,,121, 127. 235
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Yeh. Chiang 88 124. 139, 207
Yeh, Pecky 87 236
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Vew, ilebed 88 61, 207
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Yeeih, Melissa 89 183
VOO, .ban 88 104. 207. 288
VDO, Y'-709 86 128. 207
VOSINSSSI, Lisa 88 69, 207
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Voung, Candy 88 124.131, 138, 207
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Vaung, Kvhbefly 89 183
Young, Tony 8 236
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emotions while norsing oround during snock.
Annie Huang was aclmilfed To The Fashion Illus-
frafion Major of The Arr Cenfer College of Design
for Fall 1987. Annie was The firsl graduafing senior
in The hisfory of AHS To be accepled as a regular
full-Time sfudenl righl out of high school. Her Tal-
enf. perserverence, and hard work have defi-
nifely paid off.
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auile an achievemenl. By scoring es-
pecially high on the PSAT, one could
win up To Two Thousand dollars a year
for A years. Karen Dale and Roberl Lu
bolh qualified as Nalional Meril Fina-
lisls. Robert wanfs To allend Brown Uni-
versity and major in Sociology. He said
Thar his parents eased off academic
pressure after he was accepted To
college. Karen wishes 'ro atrend Berke-
ley and hasn'T decided her major. She
said her parents were very supporfive
yef didn'T pressure her.
How would 510,000 change your
life? Ask Michael Jacoby, he knows.
Winning the Rotary Club Letters for
Peace Contest, in which he wrote
about his trip to Iwo Jima, brought him
a S'l0,000 prize. He plans to use the
money to buy a computer and to go
to college. He's undecided about
which college he will attend, either
UCSB or San Diego State.
Many organizations understood the
true importance of his accomplish-
ment and invited him to speak. The
highlight of his offers came from a
school in Japan which invited him to
teach English for a year. Mike Jacoby is
a fine example of what can happen
when one's talents are tapped.
Dear President Reagan,
I want to share a personal experience with
you because of its impact on my life.
I heard my grandfather speak about the hor-
rors of war, I saw his pictures and read of Iwo
Jima, but on February 19. 1985, it all became
real to me because I went with him back to the
An American transport plane took us from To-
kyo to the tiny volcanic island. No one spoke as
we were transported to the top of Mt. Suribachi
to attend the Japanese!American "ceremony
of peace." Japanese ve erans and their families
were seated on one side of a large memorial -
Americans on the other. Words were spoken in
both languages, Buddist priests carried incense,
American clergymen spoke and bands played
National Anthems. An American general even
read albeautifully prepared statement that you
had written for the occasion. But, President Rea-
gan, I really think you should have been there to
see what happened next. Japanese women
and American women, wives and daughters of
veterans, started embracing and exchanging
mementos - scarves, jewelry, anything to let
each other know how they felt. Men ap-
proached each other - at first shaking hands
hesitantly - then embracing and crying. Some
brought war souvenirs to return to their one time
enemies. I didn't realize someone had ap-
proached me until I felt a hat being placed
on my head. A Japanese veteran was smiling
and introducing himself to me. His military hat
was his gift to me. My grandfather ap-
proached, they talked and seemed glad
that I cared enough to share the experience
with them. I don't know what they said be-
cause l was so touched by the moment.
Thoughts raced through my mind. These two
old men were standing on top of Mt. Suriba-
chi hugging each other. Forty years ago they
were mortal enemies. Forty years ago, they
were trying to kill each other. Forty years ago
the very spot where we stood was alive with
bombs, guns, flame throwers and death and
hatred. How could so much change in only
forty years? How many times have enemies
stood together as friends after murderous at-
tacks on each other? I felt like I knew some-
thing no one else knew. It seemed to me that
we should take these men and show the rest
ofthe world how bitter enemies can become
friends and allies. They could stand arm in arm
and speak of the horrors of war and how they
once tried to kill each other. I love my coun-
try very much and if you ask me to defend it I
will go. But I might find it hard to kill my enemy
knowing that my own grandson may em-
brace him in friendship someday.
I took a lot of pictures that day and tried to
remember faces. I even used a video cam-
era. An article in the Wall Street Journal said,
"a young American boy video-taped his
grandfather's reaction with a Japanese
camera." I guess he found irony in that - but
the journalist missed the point. I was really in
the process of recording my own reactions, I
was determined to remember the feelings I
was having because I was the youngest on
the island that day and I was going to be
able to remember the longest. I feel it is my
duty to share what I learned on Iwo Jima with
as many people as possible. And, President
Reagan. I can't think of anyone more impor-
tant to start with than you.
Very respectfully yours,
Michael R. Jacoby
After competing with 600 other stu-
dents from all over California, Matthew
Jones, French horng Theodore Pilmer, bari-
tone saxophone: and Wendy Tye, con-
trabass clarinet were selected to be part
of the All State Honor Band. Both Mat-
thew and Wendy were in the honor band
last year. The band performed in a formal
concert at the San Jose Center for the
Performing Arts on February 22. These
three students were truly "On Top" in
AborTive Alle-mpl To save The Elm an Q T
The elm has elephanT hide.
Touch iTs wrinkled skin:
your hand will Tickle wiTh bark hair.
IT losT a limb lasT year, kff'
buT like any ampuTee iT balances whaT's lefT. ,Nw
Remarkable how They adapT. -...,
The wound you see has healed.
The lip is very smooTh around The sTump:
iT will noT hurT To rub iT.
Mrs, Nancy Cash
The leaves are ouT of reach.
The branches wave like large green ears,
or fans held up by naTives
To pacify The chief. NexT year
our local boss will build a rec room
on This siTe. He has impressive plans:
sofT earTh-Toned carpeTing,
and bumper pool.
The waTer hole will be on wheels:
The elm will go
inTo a Swedish fireplace.
And never mind The loss
of birdsong, paTTerned shade
or rooTs ThaT Teach abouT foundaTions.
He says we need a place for dry socks.
These crippled beasTs are always
sTanding in The way.
C'O5l"9 Nancy Cash
not how a
but how he
lives." LeT us keep in mind
Samuel Johnsorfs words
when we remember:
Mrs, Nancy Cash
Matthew Van Wickle
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Mr. Lou Dodd - Advisor
Beth Duliosee - LayoutfDesiQn Editor
Laura Jenkins -- CopyfComputer Editor
Kim Kettell -- Managing Editor
Synthia Pilic -- Photography Editor
Lyn Bowen - Editor
Kristine C-Berman -
Jennifer Hsieh - Editor
Jack P. Chen
Karen Abend - Editor
Kathy Lewis - Editor
Jung Sun Ahn
Lauren Englund - Editor
Linda Mai Kimberly Woods
Lianne Churchman - Editor
Jolyn Fry - Editor
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Monica Roney M09 HSU
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Fernando Corrado Jeffrey Baker Jim Lewis
John Patrick De Haven Fernando Corrado Mark Soliman
Paul Oakley John De Haven Joan Yoo
Bill Dougherty Lisa Zakas
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