Arcadia High School - Olympian Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)
- Class of 1979
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Friday Afternoon. . .
Although the OLYMPIAN traditionally follows
Arcadians and details events in their lives that
relate directly to Arcadia for a given year, that
school year is never remembered only in rela-
tionship to school. There are always the week-
ends. . .
A more-or-less typical weekend begins Friday
afternoon with students impatiently waiting for the
2:15 bell to indicate an end to sixth period, the last
one for the week. The circle quickly empties as
students head for the bike racks, the parking lot,
and make their way off campus - often for a
pizza or maybe some fries and a coke at Mac-
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A typical Friday night activity for a large
segment of Arcadia's student body in-
volves an athletic contest, either as a
spectator or as a participant. A drama pro-
duction attracts large numbers of students,
some on stage, many working behind the
curtains, and many more in the audience.
And Wonderview always seems to draw a
crowd. Probably the most popular
weekend activity, though, is movie-going.
While some can enjoy the luxury of
sleeping in on Saturday mornings, most
find it necessary to get up to meet the day
by mowing the lawn, washing the car, etc.
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might include a shopping trip to Thomas
Mall, a game of basketball, frisbee, a long
bike ride, or even a horseback ride. For
others, Saturday is reserved for rehearsals
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Sunday. . .
Activity for a Sunday afternoon might in-
clude a trip to Saguaro Lake for some
water skiing, or maybe on to Canyon Lake
in hope of finding breeze enough to move
the Hobie Cat. And there's always late
afternoon action on the basketball courts
for the two-on-two gang. It all must end,
though, and Monday morning finds the
routine of back to school, back to class,
beginning once more.
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Kevin Moran does his part in proving the adage that Seniors
Make Better Lovers' - an adage more popular among seniors
than anyone else, according to information available to the
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appearances, willingly volunteered to donate
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Students - and a few parents - crowd the bleachers and concentrate on the action provided by the Homecoming Pep Assembly.
Useful Skill Acquired By Senior
Chris Shaffer brought a guest to Speech class to assist her
during a required speech presentation. To the chagrin of
Chris and to the delight of many others in the class, the
horse delivered his opinion of the entire ceremony in a
very unceremonious manner, lt is assumed that future
speech presentations will be limited to inanimate objects,
or at least housebroken ones,
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Graduates Anticipate Final Days
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Pleading for mercy, or just hoping for a better
world? Since this is Mr. KimbeII's Utopian
Literature class, either could be possible.
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Building the homecoming float proved to be a time
consuming job for many seniors. Among those
donating their efforts were Todd Vaules, Joel
Robbins, Kim Kinard, and Todd Hurley. On the
ladder and almost hidden is Greg Stiles.
The jazz ensemble practiced daily
during 6th period. Shown here in the
trumpet section are Steve Hatcliff, Andy
Ford, and Jon Chesnutg trombone
players are Flick Wiley, James Bucanek,
Steve Conrad, and Ken DeBrosse, The
reed section includes Dave Jacobs and
Karen Moore, on drums are Kevin Hill
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Actors this year worked long and hard to produce some fine
drama, Allen Hendrix and Scott Patterson rehearse defusing
a "bomb" used in the play "Don't Drink the Water."
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Senior Pick umerou Honor
Elisa Phipps was a member of an elite group this year,
having been declared a winner in the National Council of
Teachers of English writing contest. The competition was
national in scope, and the entrants represented the best
in the country.
Karen Berry and Mike Dugan team up and
prepare to don blindfolds for the banana eating
contest during homecoming week.
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Lake' named in honor of
John Lynch, the new
drama teacher whose
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Pommies and Cheer-
leaders change across
the field, leading the
Titans out to another
football contest. Shown
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Sally Brown, Julie Eads,
Loni Smith, Dena Davies,
and Dena Horwich.
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The Scottsdale beaver found himself hanged in effigy during
preparation for the season's 'big' game,
Ruthie Jones, Ray Bashkingy, Karen
Berry, and Kevin Moran relax on the
lawn during an afternoon break.
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pare notes before class
Stephen St. Germain
Sue Ann Sullivan
Lisa Murphy, Shelly
Adrian, Alyse Abbate,
and others cheer on Ray
Bashkingy, Jim Bau-
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Stacie Green and Loni Smith relax during a picture
taking session at the Arizona Country Club.
La Donna Wilder
Gail Andrews, though the shot
doesn't indicate it, was found
by Olympian photographer
Matt Kasson as she helped
with the yard markers during a
JV Football game.
LUCY ACOSTA: J.V. Band, Varsity Band, Band Letterman
JULIE ADCOX: Gymnastics
SHAWN ALBRAND: Delta Omega, Kappa Phi Beta
COVEL ALLEN: Varsity Golf, Freshman J.V. Football Mgr.
GAIL ANDREWS: Sigma, Model Legislature, A.S.P.U.,
Varsity Club, Musicals, Varsity Track, Chorale, Freshman
Cheer, Pom, Dance Classes, Singing Lessons, Modeling
PAT ARENDT: Varsity Football, Football 4 Years, J.V.
Basketball, Horses, Rodeo
CHRIS BAKER: Water Ski Club, Freshman Tennis,
CHRIS BALDWIN: Church Group, Work, Work On Cars
DAVID BANNENBERG: Varsity Club, Hiking High,
Swimming, Football, Chorale, Musicals, Young Life,
BILL BARWICK: Water Skiing, Hunting
FERRIS BELLAMAK: Honor Roll, 4 Years Football, 1 Year
BILL BELLVILLE: Lettermans, A.S.P.U. 4 Years Honor Roll,
Varsity Letter lGoIfI
ART BENNETT: Freshman, J.V., Varsity Baseball,
Freshman Tennis, Varsity Cross-Country, Freshman
JAY BENSCOTER: Hiking High, H.E.R.O. J.V. Football
KIRSTEN BERDAHL: N.H.S, Honor Roll, Principal's List,
Junior Officer, Senior Officer, President of Church Youth
KAREN BERRY: Freshman Class Vice-President, Junior
Class Representative, Freshman, J.V., Varsity Cheer, Delta
Omaga, Kappa Phi Beta, A.S.P.U. Fellowship of Christian
Atheletes, Concert Choir, Varsity Club, Honor Roll,
Cotillion, St. Lukes Flower Girl, Twirp Queen Model
Legislature, Young Life, Anytown Alternate, I.C.I,C.
BRYAN BINDER: Lettered in Gymnastics Freshman,
MARY BIRD: A.S.P.U., Model Legislature, Junior
Achievement, COE, Track Manager, Drama
ROBIN BLEDSOE: Tennis, Swimming
COLE BOBBIE: Ski Club, Work
TONI BORN: Sigma, Kappa Historian, Kappa President,
Key Club Sweetheart, NHS, Honor Roll, Gymnastics,
Freshman Cheer, JV Cheer, Varsity Cheer Freshman
Secretary, ICIC Representative
JANE BOSMAN: PrinCipaI's List
PAUL BOTAMER: Chess Club
MICHELE BOYTON: Omega
ANGELA BRADEN: Beta, D.E.C.A. Lettered in Varsity
KELLI BROCK: Junior Class Representative
DOUG BROWN: Water Ski Club, Arizona Mountaineering
Club, Freshman Basketball, Climbing
ED BROWN: Newspaper Copy Editor, Young Life, Drama
LEE BULKELEY: NHS, Twirp Candidate, Honor Roll,
Varsity Softball, A.S.P.U., Model Legislature, ICIC, Epsilon,
Ski Club, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class Treasurer,
MISSY BURCHINAL: Kappa, Varsity Swimming, Honor
Roll, All City Track and Swim Team, Varsity Track, Varsity
Cross Country, Freshman Gymnastics
KEVIN BURKE: Debate Club Treasurer Vice-President of
Calculus Club, Water Ski Club, Science Club, A.S.P.U.,
Student Body Treasurer, PrincipaI's List, Honor Roll,
Freshman Football, J.V. and Varsity Football, Play
Productions, Model U.N.
CYNTHIA BURNS: NHS, Hiking High, Phoenix Cotillion,
Arizona Model United Nations, Honor Roll, Principal's List,
National Science Foundation, Play Productions
SCOTT BUSH: Key Club, A.S.P.U., Lettermen's Club,
Calculus Club, Science Club, NHS, PrincipaI's List, Honor
Roll, Anytown, All City Golf Team, Varsity Golf
RICK BUTLER: Letterman in Basketball, Football, Baseball
DAE BYUN: NHS Varsity Club, NCCJ, Junior Achievement
President, ISHBC, Principal's List, Outstanding Student
Award fMathI Varsity Letter, Gymnastics, Soccer
EUNMI BYUN: Arizona Math Test
NANCIE CAMPBELL: Zeta Chi Omega, Hiking High,
Diamond Dolls, French Award, Honor Roll
ROSLYN CARDON: National Honor Roll, Principal's List
TERRI CARPENTER: HERO, Dance Club Treasurer
LISA CASPER: Student Council Treasurer, Ski Club, GAA,
Aquatics, Tennis Team, JV Tennis, Ski, Swim, Tennis,
CHRIS CASTILLOW: COE, Honor Roll, Ceramics
HEIDI CEDERLOF: Delta, Typing 11 Student of The Year,
CLARE CHALMERS: Epsilon, Varsity Club, Ski Club, All
City Track Team, All City Swim Team, Girls Swimming,
Cross Country, Track
TIM CHAMBERS Football, Track
JON CHESNUT: Wrestling, JV and Varsity Football, Jazz
TAMARA CHOULES: Beta, ICIC Representative, A.S.P.U.,
NHS, Scottsdale Honors Cotillion, Senior Class Secretary,
Principal's List, Honor Roll, Model Legislature, Delta
CHRIS CLARK: Arcadia Backpacking Club, Sailing Club
Vice-President, Basketball Club, Secretary, Student
Activities Board, Lettermans Club, A.S.P.U., NHS, Honor
Roll, Principal's List, Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track,
Model UN, Model Legislature
STEVE CLOAR: Honor Roll, Football, Track
JOHN CLOTHIER: Ski Club, NHS, Gymnastics, Freshman
MARK COLLAR: Water Ski Club, ICIC Spokesman, Letter
in Football and Track, Spikette Guy
DEBBIE CONSALVO: Sigma Chaplain, Student Review
Board Representative, Young Life, Hiking High
DON CORBITT: Calculus Club President, NHS, Science
Club, Hiking High, Math Club Merit Finalist, Top 10 'Vo in
Math, CFO Motorcycling, Water Skiing, Hunting, Drama
PAIGE CORNELL: Lambda, X Club, Gymnastics
JIM DELUCA: Honor Roll
MIKE DUGAN: NHS, Ski Cub, Commended Student, PSAT,
NMSQT, NHS, Principal's List, Honor Roll, Freshman
Football, JV Basketball, Swim Team, Skiing
LINDA DUNHAM: Arcadia Backpacking, Band, Thespians,
Honor Roll, Principal's List, Phoenix Junior Symphony
Guild Officer, Plaza 3 Model
GINA DYAR: Sigma President, Lambda, Water Ski Club,
Water Ski Racing, Motorcycling, Snow Skiing, PEOPLE
lAddpt. PE Coursel, Yearbook Staff
ADAM ELLISON: Key Club Treasurer, A.S.P.U. Science
Club, Hiking High, Debate, Track Work, Model Legislature,
Model UN Orchestra tlfroshl Biking, Hiking, Piano and 2
MERRY EMBURY: Dance Club, Vo-Tech Health Services
Url LPN Program at PUHS
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MIKE EDGAR: Calculus Club President, Honor Roll
MARK EGGLESTON: Key Club Sgt. at Arms, Basketball,
Track, Freshman Football
NANCI ELLIOT: Beta, Historian and Secretary, Delta Sgt of
Arms, Honor Roll, Principal's List, Vo-Tech, Commercial
KATHY EMMANS: JA Treasurer, Honors Cotillion, Young
Life, Model UN, National Merit Semifinalist, Principal's List,
Outstanding Fgn. Language Student, 21st in State on Math
Exam, Roller Skating
KEN ENGBERG: Ski Club, SCCA, Science Club, Prlncipal's
JAN ENGEBRETSON: Spikettes, Omega Lambda,
Orchestra, Orchestra Letters, Skateboard Teams
TOM FINNY: Varsity Club, Cross Country and Track
CAROL FLEETHAM: Lambda, DE Stewardess Training at
TODD FOSTER: Key Club, Varsity Basketball, Freshman
and JV Basketball
BARBARA FRANCIS: Young Life, Honor Roll, Phoenix
Cotillion, Freshman and JV Tennis, Varsity Tennis Manager
SHERRY FRAZIER: Young Life, Calculus Club Secretary,
National Merit Semifinalists, Business Student and Math
Student Awards, Newspaper Route, Sky-Y Camp
TAMI FULTON: Delta, Secretary, Beta
MIKE FUNKHOUSER: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior,
Football, Freshman Wrestling
PAT GAMMILL: Freshman and JV Baseball
PAUL GENDVILAS: Water Skiing, Welding
DAVID GILCHRIST: Honor Roll, National Merit Society,
CAROLE GILSDORF: Epsilon Treasurer, Zeta Vice-
President, Honor Roll, ICIC Representative
HEATHER GLASS: Kappa
DOUG GORDON: Music, Professional Band-A Touch of
ROB GRAHAM: Ski Club, Football Letter, Wrestling
STACI GREEN: Delta, Varsity Club Sophomore Class
Secretary, Pom Line, Honor Roll, Chorale, Track Team
KATHY GROSS: Beta Historian, Honor Roll, Varsity
JIM HAASIS: Play Productions
VAL REE HAKES: JV Band, Varsity Band
ROBERT HANDY: Hiking High, Honor Roll, Freshman
JEROME HANNAH: Orchestra
EMILY HARDER: Swimming, Water Skiing, Snow Skiing
DONNA HARRIS: Zeta Chaplain, Scottsdale Honors
Cotillion, Young Life, Honor Roll
CHRIS HATTASCH: Varsity Club, Hiking High, Arizona
Marathon Society, Cross Country Track
T. HAVRANEK: Hiking High
NANNETTE HAWKINS: Kappa, Sigma, Honor Roll,
National Piano Guild, Swimming, Cotillion
BARRY HELFANT: Yearbook Staff, Work iPayless Nurseryl
JACKI HENDERSON: Motorcycle Riding, Dancing
SCOTT HEUBACH: FCA, Young Life, Basketball, UMYF,
GINA HICKS: Epsilon, Varsity Club, Ski Club, Varsity
Basketball, Badminton, Varsity Volleyball, JV and Varsity
Softball, Guitar, Backpacking
ART HIDDE: Hiking High, JV Football
DAVID HOLLOWAY: Delta, Omega, Basketball Manager
KENDRA HOLLOWAY: COE, NHS, Honor Roll, Principal's
List, Junior Achievement, Concert Choir
DANA HONEYCUTT: Calculus Club President, NHS,
Science Club, Principal's List, National Merit Semifinalist,
Outstanding Student Awards, Motorcycle Riding, Fishing,
Camping, CFO Campaign
DAVID HOOPER: Pep Club, Football, Chorale, Concert
Choir, Play Productions
TERI HORTON: Epsilon Sgt. at Arms FCA Activities
Vice-President, Varsity Softball Manager, Varsity
Volleyball Manager, Basketball, Softball, PEOPLE
DEENA HORWITCH: Kappa Treasurer, Sigma, X-Club,
Varsity Club, ICIC Representative, Pom, Badminton
CINDY HUBBARD: Epsilon, Zeta President, Ski Club, NHS,
Honor Roll, Principal's List, Young Life
GARY HUNSAKER: Freshman, JV and Varsity Football and
Baseball, JV Wrestling
SUSAN HUNTER: Thespians, Junior Achievement,
National Merit Finalist, Honor Roll, PrincipaI's List, Softball,
TODD HURLEY: Key Club, Varsity Gymnastics, Bicycling,
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SUSAN JACOBOWITZ: A.S.P.U., Student Review Board,
Model United Nations, Drama
DAVE JACOBS: Band, Letterman's Club Vice-President,
Calculus Club President A.S.P.U., All State Orchestra,
Reigonal Band, Fiesta Bowl Band, Titan Band, Scottsdale
LEAH JALLO: COE, Jewelry Making, Pottery, Water Skiing
ROGER JALLO: ICIC, Track, Football
AMY JOHNSON: Honor Roll, Swim Team
CINDY JOHNSON: Lambda, Kappa Historian
GIGI JOHNSON: Delta, Tennis, Pom
RUTHIE JONES: Freshman, and Varsity Cheer, Freshman
Tennis, Varsity Swimming, Varsity Basketball, Lettermans
Club, Sophomore Class President, ICIC, Student Council,
Senior Class President, Model Legislature, A.S.P.U., Girls
State, Delta Sgt, at Arms, Gourmet Club, Chemistry Club,
Twrip Candidate, Homecoming Candidate, Honor Roll,
Scottsdale Honors Cotillion, Concert Choir, Chorale,
JOE JULIAN: ADM Vice-President, Swimming, Football,
Hunting, Camping, Scuba, Water Skiing, Snow Skiing
MARK KARAM: DECA President, Beta Guy, Principal's
List, Honor Roll, Football, Baseball
MATT KASSON: Arcadia Backpacking Club, Yearbook
Photographer, Swim Team
BETH KEHLE: Epsilon Chi Vice-President and President,
NHS Treasurer, Spanish ll Award, Concert Choir, Young
Life, Chorale, Volunteer Work
KAREN KELLY: Lambda
SANDI KEMP: NHS, Zeta, Spikette Treasurer, Honor Roll,
JEFF KENNEDY: Freshman Football, JV Wrestling, ADM
JERRY KETELHUT: Baseball, Hunting, Reading, Music
MERLIE KIEFT: Olympia Phi Omega, Work, Church
NANCY KILE: Junior Achievement Vice-President
KAY KIMBALL: Zeta Treasurer and Secretary, Epsilon,
Varsity Club, NHS, Swimming Honor Roll, Principal's List,
Swim Team Co-Captain
KIM KINARD: Beta Treasurer, Delta Historian, X-Club,
Phoenix Cotillion, Honor Roll, Principal's List, St. Lukes,
Gymnastics, Varsity Cheer Captain, Freshman Cheer
STEPHANIE KLAINER: Honor Roll, Volenteer at Good
JERRY KOONTZ: Freshman President, Key Club President,
Lettermans Club, A.S.P.U., Sigma Guy, Twirp Candidate,
Honor Roll, Varsity Cross-Country, Freshman, JV, and
CAROLYN KRAEMER: JV and Varsity Basketball
SANDRA LADERMAN: Honor Roll, Newspaper, Play
GREG LAKE: Key Club Secretary, Freshman Football,
Track, JV Track, Basketball, Varsity Basketball
DIANE LAMBERT: Dance Club, Lettermans Club, Honor
Roll, Principal's List, Varsity Softball
CHRIS LANG: Young Life, Hiking High, Band Lettermen,
Varsity Club, Backpacking Club, Ski Club, Science Club,
Swim Team, Yearbook Photographer, Jazz Band, Varsity
Band, Freshman Tennis
STU LANGLEY: Key Club, Ski Club, Science Club, NHS,
Calculus Club, ICIC Representative National Merit Finalist,
Speech and Debate
DOUG LANGSTON: Freshman Basketball, Honor Roll, JV
and Varsity Basketball
GEORGE LIVERMORE: Varsity Letter JV Varsity Wrestling
KAY LOCKER: Honor Roll, JV Softball, JV Volleyball,
Varsity Volleyball, FCA
ROBIN LOOS: Kappa, Sigma, Ski Club, Tennis Team
DAVID LUTICH: NHS, Key Club Vice-President, Zeta Man,
Ski Club, Boys State, PrincipaI's List, Freshman and JV
BILL MACKAY: Track, Music, Racing Cars, Football
MERRITT MAGRUDER: Football Player of the week, 3 Year
GEORGE MARSHALL: Freshman Football
BETH MATHERS: Olympian Sports Editor, Model
Legislature, A.S.P.U., DECA, Backpacking Club, Merit of
Achievement, Anytown, Nau, Girl State, Inter-High School
DOUG MAXWELL: Honor Roll, Freshman, JV, Varsity
Baseball, Freshman, JV, Varsity Football
MARY MCLARNEY: Zeta Chi Omega, Lambda Cappa Phi,
MARK MCMANMON: HERO, Freshman Swim Team
PATTI McNElLL: Gymnastics Team
BEVERLY McNUTT: Young Life
JIM MEDLAND: Arcadian Staff, Science Club, Honor Roll
KERI MEEKS: Student Council Secretary, ICIC Secretary,
Kappa, Sigma Secretary, X-Club, St. Lukes Flower Girl,
Honor Roll, Pom, Phoenix Cotillion
WENDY MERRILL: Olympia Phi Omega, HERO Secretary
GINGER MERWIN: Honor Roll, Allstate Orchestra, DE
RENNY MITCHELL: Spikettes Guy, Track, Yearbook,
PERI MINNESOTA: Lambda
MICHELE MITCHELL: Delta, Beta, Lettermans Club, Honor
Roll, Principal's List, All-American Diver, All-City Gymnast,
All-City Diver, JV Cheer, Varsity Diving, Varsity Gymnastics
BRIAN MOHNEY: Omega Man, PrincipaI's List, Honor Roll,
Young Life, Soccer Club, Freshman Tennis, JV Tennis,
French Gourmet Club, Freshman Baseball
KAREN MOORE: Band Letterman, Secretary, President,
Band, Jazz, Young Sounds, Pit Orchestra, Phoenix Cotillion
KEVIN MORAN: Key Club, Epsilon Chi Guy, A.S.P.U., NHS,
Junior Class President, Student Body President, Governor
Arizona Boys State, Latin ll Award, ASU Medallion of Merit
Award, Honor Roll, Outstanding Youth Senator, 1978
Model Legislature, Model UN, Freshmen and JV
Basketball, JV Baseball, Varsity Football
LISA MURPHY: Beta Sigma, Freshman Class Treasurer,
Student Review Board Member, Junior ICIC Secretary,
Student Council Secretary, TWIRP Candidate, Pom
ANDREW MYER: Chess Club President, Lettered in Chess,
CONNIE NELKE: Zeta Chi Omega, Lambda Kappa Phi,
-Treasurer, Young Life, Campaigners, PrincipaI's List,
Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Scottsdale Honors
Cotillion, 1977 Transfer Student from Cupertino, California
SCOTT NEWBANKS: Freshman Student Review Board,
Frosh, Soph, Sr. Representatives, Hiking High, A.S.P.U.,
Student Advisory Board, JR., SR. Curriculum Review
Board, JV Track, JV and Varsity Band, Jazz Band
SHERRI ODEN: Hero Swimming, Horseback Riding
BARBARA ODEGAARD: Epsilon Chi, Hiking High-
President, French Gourmet Club, Scholarship to NAU
Summer Music Camp, Phx-Youth Orchestra, Young Life,
Young Sounds, Regional Orchestra
KATHERINE O'NEAL: COE, Honor Roll
CINDY ONODERA: Spikettes-Secretary, Vice President,
Zeta Chi Omega, Freshman Tennis, JV Badminton
JOHN ORTIZ: Vice President, FCA, ICIC Representative
NHS, Member of Varsity Club, PrincipaI's List, Football
Wrestling, Baseball, Basketball, Weight Lifting
SCOTT PATTERSON: Junior Class Representative, Key
Club, Chorale-3 years, Varsity Club, Junior Achievement-
President, Honor Roll, A.S.P.U., Arcadian Newspaper
Staff, Frosh Football, Baseball, Basketball, JV Football,
Model Legislature, "Hello Dolly", Mini Arcadians on Stage,
"Don't Drink The Water." '
KRISTA PETER: NHS, Epsilon Chi, Varsity Letter in
Gymnastics, X-Country, Principal's List, Gymnastics,
Volleyball, Badminton, Track
KRISTI PETERSON: Delta Treasurer, Church, Work
LEN PEEVEYHOUSE: Kappa King, Honor Roll, Varsity
ROB PHILABAUM: Freshman Football, Skydiving
ELISA PHIPPS: Epsilon Chi Chaplain, NHS Secretary,
Young Life,A.S.P.U., Spanish Award, American History
Award, Honor Roll, PrincipaI's List, Varsity Gymnastics,
BILL PITTENGER: Hiking High, Backpacking, Freshman
ERIC PLANETA: Beta Guy, Ski Club, Frosh, JV, Varsity
CATHY PRICE: COE, Honor Roll, Basketball
LINDA PRIVOZNIK: Beta Gamma President and Secretary,
Honor Roll, Principal's List, Frosh Bat Girl, Junior Class
JEAN PSARROS: Delta Omega, Beta Gamma Phi, DE
Sergeant of Arms, Honor Roll, Principalts List, Softball
Team-Frosh Year, Volleyball
GREG PORTER: DE
HARRY QUINSLER: Calculus Club, Outstanding Industrial
BRIAN RACKLEY: Honor Roll
LIZ RAE: Spikettes, National Honor Society, Latin Award,
PrincipaI's List, Piano
MICHELLE RAMSEY: DE, Lambda, Basketball, Skiing
NED REDINGER: Football
JOEL ROBBINS: President Speech and Debate Club,
Chess Club, Science Club, Water Ski Club, Sports Editor
of Newspaper, A.S.P.U., Bicycle Club, Model Legislature,
Model UN, Sr. Class Representative, 3rd Place in American
Legion Oratory Contest, Finalist in Extemporaneous
Speaking at Arcadia Speech Contest, Freshman Tennis,
Varsity Debater and Speaker, JV Tennis, CCS, Baylor
JOY ROCKWELL: COE, Spanish Gourmet Club
MARY BETH RODEN: Chorale, "Oklahoma," "Hello Dolly,"
"Good Doctor"-Chorus Crew
CHRIS ROE: Honor Roll, Yearbook Staff, Skateboarding,
KAYLENE ROGERS: Beta Gamma, COE Secretary,
Principal's List, Honor Roll
DEBBIE ROSEFSKY: Lettermen Club, Epsilon Chi, Hiking
High, Varsity Girls Track
JEFF ROWLAND: Ski Club Member, Lettered in Wrestling,
Frosh and JV Football, Freshman, JV, Varsity Football
DAVE RUTAN: Skiing
LYNNE SANDS: Church Youth Group-Secretary, Vice
SCOTT SANDERS: Freshman Football, Freshman
Basketball, JV, Varsity Football
ART SANTORA: President A.S.P.U., President Science
Club, President Ski Club, Key Club, Speech and Debate,
NHS, Senior Class Representative, Senate Youth Program,
Principal's List, Model Legislature, Model United Nations
MARY SCARCELLO: Freshman Class Rep., Sophomore
Class Rep., Delta Omega Secretary, President, Kappa Phi
CATHY SCATTERDAY: Lambda, HERO
MARK SCHABACKER: National Honor Society, Basketball
MARK SCHAEFFER: Principal's List, National Honor
Society, Varsity Tennis
CAROL SCHICKER: Lambda Kapa Phi Secretary, COE
MELBA SCHLENSIG: President of Olympia Phi Omega,
Vice President of Distributive Education, Candy Striper,
Horseback Riding, Flight Attendant Program
ANDY SCHMICH: Varsity Wrestling, Young Life
GRANT SCHMIDT: Hiking High, Basketball, Concert Choir,
Eagle Scout, Frosh Football, Frosh, JV, Varsity Basketball
DAVID SCHOCK: Band, Letterman, Frosh Tennis Team,
Swimming Team, Backpacking and Hiking, Trumpet, Jazz
PAUL SHWABE: Mountain Dancers, Frosh, JV Football,
MARY SCHWERDTFEGER: Spikettes, Zeta, Honor Roll,
ROBERT SEDERSTROM: Swim Team, JV Basketball,
Junior Achievement President
GERI ANN SEFTON: Honor Roll, Principal's List
NANCY SELL: Lambda Kappa Phi
JOHN SENINI: Key Club Sergeant of Arms, All City Track,
Freshman, Varsity Football, Freshman Wrestling, Varsity
JON SESSIONS: NHS, A.S.P.U., Calculus Club President,
Science Club, Principal's List, Yearbook Photographer,
Frosh, JV Basketball and Baseball, Frosh Football, Young
CHRIS SHAFFER: Beta, Stewardess Training-3 Years, Art
Awards, Scottsdale Vo Tech-Commercial Art
DEBBIE SH EAKS: Zeta, Treasurer of Spikettes, Honor Roll,
SCOTT SHELBERG: Key Club, Band, Lettered 2 years in
Gymnastics, Lettered in Band, Lettermans Club,
Gymnastics, Jazz Quartet, Float Committee, Young Life,
JEFF SHRAKE: Top 50!0 on PSAT, JV Football, Young Life
JANET SHULMAN: Thespians, DECA, Track Team, Chorus
KATHY SIROKY: Zeta Chi Omega, Olympia Phi Omega,
Mat Maids, Lambda Kappa Phi, Varsity Club, Ski Club,
Varsity Swimming-4 Years, Junior Achievement, AAU
Swimming, St. Lukes Flower Girl
DAN SMITH: Mini Brute Football, JV Football
DEBBIE SMITH: Olympia Phi Omega, HERO
SPENCER SMITH: Key Club Chaplain, Calculus Club,
Federation of Christian Athletes, NHS Vice President, Delta
Darling, World Geography and American History Student
of the year, Eagle Scout, Explorer Scouting, Varsity
Football, Track, Church Youth Group, Carpentry.
TRACY SMITH: Sergeant at Arms in Epsilon, Freshman
Cheer, Freshman Tennis, Gymnastics
ANNE SOLDO: Hiking High, Speech and Debate,
Newspaper Editor, N.H.S., A.S.P.U., French Gourmet Club,
International Club, Science Club, Honor Roll, JV Track,
Play Productions, Modeling
ROSEMARY SPEAKER: Zeta Chi Omega, Spikettes,
Spanish Club, Varsity Band, Play Productions
WENDY SPRINGBORN: Letterman's Club, Fellowship of
Christian Athletes, NHS, lst String all-city Volleyball Team,
Honor Roll, Principal's List, Most improved officer in Youth
Patrol: Sgt, Lt, in Youth Patrol, JV, Varsity Volleyball,
Varsity Softball, Varsity Basketball, Scottsdale Police Dept
LYNNE STANDLEY: Vice President of HERO, Honor Roll,
Water Skiing, Tennis
RON STANDISH: JV, Varsity Football, JV Wrestling,
Church Youth Group, Surfing, Water Skiing
TROY STATEN: Spanish Club, Yearbook Photographer
GREG STILES: Letterman's Club, Varsity in Swimming,
AAU Swimming, Varsity Swimming, 4 Years
DAVID STOLBERG: National Honor Society, Principal's
List, Honor Roll, Frosh, JV, Varsity Baseball
MICHELLE STOARACE: Young Life, Theater Arts, Drama,
Play Production, VICA, Photography
JERRY SUAREZ: Stage Manager-Theater: "The Mad
Spaniard of ReynoldsBurg", "The Not-Ready-for-
KAREN SULLIVAN: Sigma Beta Chi, Kappa Phi Beta,
Freshman, JV, Varsity Tennis, Gymnastics
JOHN SWITZER: A.S.P.U., Ski Club, Key Club, NHS,
Backpacking Club-Sergeant at Arms, Science Club,
Letterman's Club, Outstanding Student in World
Geography, Honor Roll, PrincipaI's List, Frosh, JV, Varsity
Track, Frosh, JV Football
STEPHANIE TAMASAUCKAS: Key Club Sweetheart, COE
Vice President, Kapa Phi Beta Vice President, Chorale 3
Years, Honor Roll, Young Life, Campaigners, Plaza Three,
"Hand in Hand," Singer for Frank Pratt Orchestra,
Musicals: "Oklahoma," "Hello Dolly"
MORGAN TANNER: GreatBooks Club, Honor Roll, Play
Production, Computers, Debate Yearbook Staff
CAROLYN TAYLOR: Sigma, Kappa, NHS, Principal's List,
JV Volleyball, JV Softball, Varsity Volleyball, Varsity
Softball, Cross Country, Tennis
JOY TEMPLETON: YL, Thespians, Campaigners, Musical
Productions, Concert Choir, Vo-Tech
BOB TIETJEN: Lettered Sophomore, Junior, Senior in
Football, Punter of the State, Basketball, Track
FAY TIGGES: JV Volleyball, Varsity Voleyball, Varsity
Track, Shot Put, Girls Record Holder
MARK TOTH: Player of the Week-Football, Honor Roll:
Soph, Junior, Sr, Football, Track, Gymnastics, Ski Club
TIM TOY: Science Club, Honor Roll, Wrestling, 5 Year
Member of Arizona Trapshooters
BOB TURLEY: Principal's List, Frosh, JV, Varsity Baseball
ROBERT TURNER: PVCC, ASP, Principal's List, Honor
Roll, Bicycling, Tennis, Swimming
WENDY WARNER: Delta Omega-Historian, X-Club,
Freshman Class Representative, Varsity Club, Phoenix,
Cotillion, Honor Roll, Pom Line-Captain, Beta Gamma
KEVIN WELLS: Phoenix Chamber Music Society,
Recording Competition, Piano Group
MARY WHITCOMB: Olympia Phi Omega, COE, Varsity
Track, Manager in Girls' Track
LADONNA WILDER: Lambda Kappa Phi, COE, Olympia Phi
CYNDY TYLER: Model Legislature, Play Production
ROBYN VAN DENBURGH: Epsilon Chi, Sigma Beta Chi,
Frosh, JV, Varsity Tennis, Young Life
TODD VAULES: Youth Group Officer, Thespians, Chorale,
Musicals and Plays, Commerical Art, Vo-Tech
JANIS VILLAPANDO: Historian, Epsilon Chi, Honor Roll
SUSIE WADE: Snow Skiing, Water Skiing
TIM WADSWORTH: Scottsdale Police Youth Patrol, Young
Life, Hockey, Baseball
GORDON WALKER: Key Club, Frosh, JV, Varsity Football,
STEVEN WALLACE: Cross Country, Track
MARK WALSH: Key Club, Kappa King, Varsity Basketball
LINDA WILLOUGHBY: COE, Bowling, Swimming
MARY WILMOTH: Delta Omega-Vice President, Varsity
Club, Ski Club, Honor Roll, Gymnastics, Freshman, JV,
Varsity Cheer, Phoenix Cotilion
BOB WILSON: Arizona Roamers
SUZANNE WINKELMAN: Beta Gamma, Olympia Omega,
Chorale, Church Youth Group, Plaza 3
NICKY WITTELS: Principalis List, Honor Roll, Softball-
KATHY WOHL: Student Advisory Board, Student Review
Board, A.S.P.U., Speech and Debate, Thespians,
Lettermans Club, Anytown, Representative to Model
Legislature StateCommittee, Model UN, Track, Cross-
Country, JV Tennis, Campus Beautification, Inter-High
School Brotherhood Council, Executive Planning Board,
Zeta Chi Omega
JILL WOLFENBARGER: Track Manager, Volleyball,'Band
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Thirteen girls and nine boys belong to the elite group which
is the top 5 percent of the class of 1979 - twenty-two people
whose excellent grade point average attest to their
dedication to scholarship, their willingness to give whatever
it takes to get to the top and stay there. However, grades tell
only part of the story, for activities and interests of these
people extend far beyond the academic classrooms in which
they earned their membership to this group. Here can be
found the musicians, the dancers, the thespians. Here are
members of gymnastics, track and tennis teams. Here are
class leaders, the members of service and honor
organizations, the volunteers in civic projects, the church
workers. In short, these are the active people, the doers, not
the watchers. We salute them.
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track, Varsity football, Varsity Basketball, Freshman and JV
Basketball most valuable player, Varsity football best two-way
player, SCOTTSDALE PROGRESS football punter, TWIRP
candidate, MESA TRIBUNE football team, Red Lobster's Player
of the month - January, Homecoming candidate, All star
North-South Basketball team.
Varsity softball, Honor Roll, Principal's List, National Honol
Society, Sophomore class Treasurer, Junior class Treasurer
Senior class Treasurer, ASPU, Anytown, TWIRP candidate
Matmaids, Yearbook staff, Epsilon Chi, Ski Club Presidentl
Model Legislature, Secretary of State and Sergeant at Arms
Anatomy Science trip.
Frosh class Treasurer, Sophomore Class Vice President,
lClC Secretary, Student Council Secretary, Student Review
Board, Pom, Sigma Chaplain, Beta Gamma, ASPU, Drama
Productions, TWIRP candidate, Homecoming candidate,
Varsity Gymnastics, Titan Mascot, Junior Class Vice
President, Student Body Vice President, Model Legislature, AASC
State Vice President, Key Club, ASPU, Chorale, Drama
Productions, Musicals, TWIRP candidate, Anytown, Boy's State
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These terrific guys and gals were chosen by various
clubs to represent them and be a part of the club
throughout the year. From top left: Delta's Darling is
Spencer Smith, Key Club Sweethearts are Toni Born and
Stephanie Tamasauckas, and Sigma's Sweetheart is Jerry
Koontz. At left and above: Splkette Guys are Mark Collar
and Renny Mitchell. Zeta's Guys are Dave Lutich and Brian
Homecoming Ro alt
The Titans played one of the toughest
football teams in the state for Homecoming this
year. Not all was lost, though, for our student
body nominated excellent Homeciming Royalty.
The attendants: Lisa Murphy, Bob Tietjen,
Ruthie Jones and Spencer Smith. Queen Karen
Berry and King Will Levison were crowned for
their super personalities and contributions to
The gals are all best of friends
Anytown, Guadalajara Exchange
The Anytown "Experience"
Have you ever envisioned the
Utopian society? Last summer nine
Arcadia students and one teacher lived
it in the cool pines just outside of
Prescott. "Anytown" is a human
relations camp where one tries to
dissolve hate and prejudice among
people. You learn and share wonderful
experiences with others of different
racial, social, economic, and religious
backgrounds. Interaction with new
friends is helped along by games, skits,
athletics, workshops, discussion
groups, singing and campfires. Pictured
are Lisa Murphy, Lee Bulkeley, Beth
Mathers, Ray Bashkingy, Dae Hun Byun,
Mitch Reiss, and Craig Seitel. Not
pictured: Mike Seller, Rebecca Chaiken,
and Jill Reiss. Below are the
Guadalahara Exchange Students of
Scottsdale: Kathy Jensen lChaparralt,
Lenny Duran lCoronadol, Brigita Bilsen
lChaparralJ, Sandra Medine lArcadial,
Julie Eamst iChaparralt, Anna Angula
iCoronadol, Heather Hammond
lSaguarol, Not pictured: Caroline Taylor
lArcadial, Kim McQueen iSaguarol, and
Andrea Hanson iChaparrall.
Boys', Girls' State Reps
The purpose of Boys' State, an
annual summer event, is to provide
knowledge and understanding of
governmental processes by selecting
representatives from high schools
throughout Arizona and bringing them
together to establish and operate a
mythical 51st state patterned after
Arizona. The participants select their
own state, county, and city officers
from the governor on down. They set
up legislative assemblies, introduce
bills, organize agencies, and thus
learn just how their government
operates. This year Kevin Moran, top
left, was elected governor, Scott
Berger, below right, and David Lutich,
bottom center, were other par-
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Arizona Girls' State, operating on
the same premise and pattern as
Boys' State, was a great experience
for the three girls who represented
Arcadia. Their knowledge of city,
county, and state government was
greatly increased. Kathy Wohl,
bottom left, and Beth Mathers, middle
center, were elected mayors of their
respective cities. Ruthie Jones, left
center, was chairman of the Federalist
Party, one of the two political entities
of Girls' State.
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. .I.R.P. Candidates
A week of T.W.l.R.P. activities was concluded by the
crowning of Queen Jenni Horne and King Jeff Levison,
shown on the opposite page. The king and queen are
selected on the basis of their involvement in school
activities and their sense of school pride and spirit. The
candidates were: upper right, Merrilyn Crouch and Pete
Junkerg below, Meg Pennington and Eric Ftobbinsg lower
right, Alex Knox and Craig Seitel.
Over one million students each
year take the Preliminary Scholastic
Aptitude Test. Those elite who score
in the top one half of one percent are
classified as semi-finalists and are
then declared eligible to compete for
the coveted Merit Scholarships, many
of which pay for a complete college
education. Arcadia, as usual, was
heavily represented in that rarified
one half of one percent atmosphere, a
fact which suggests many hours tdays
- weeks - years?l of nothing but
heavy, continuous book work.
Not so. These Titan semi-finalists
have many varied interests, activities,
and hobbies. The Olympian staff
asked about these non-study activi-
ties and found that Kathy Wohl enjoys
jogging along the canal banks, Dana
Honeycutt fancies dirt biking in the
desert on his Honda, Don Corbitt's
hobby is girls, Susan Hunter's interest
- she says - is in space ships, and
Kathy Emmans rollerskates. Stuart
Langley favors standing around
involved in heavy conversation lwith
girls, of coursel, Sherry Frayier
relaxes by reading, and that Allen
Hendrix, silent as any rock, chose not
to respond to our questionnaire.
These active people - or their
stand-ins - are shown on these
pages. We salute them and offer our
congratulations for their achieve-
Merit Commended Students
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These students - those receiving letters of commendation from the National
Merit Scholarship Corporation - scored only slightly lower than did their
classmates who became semi-finalists. They belong in the top five percent of the
more than one million students throughout the nation who each year take the
P.S.A.T. and later the S.A.T. tests. They too indicated a wide range of activities
when questioned by the staff members of the Olympian. Jon Sessions, for example,
relaxes by sailing - and the way Jon demonstrates his hobby, sailing must be
easy. Jeff Shrake is a pool player, Elisa Phipps plays guitar, Mike Dugan skis, and
Lisa Emmans favors roller skating. Ann Fisher devotes hundreds of hours in
becoming a champion gymnast - seldom wearing a cast, however - and Kendra
Holloway fnot shownl claims an avid interest in ballet.
This group also deserves our admiration, and we of the Olympian staff
congratulate them for their high standing.
King And Queen Of Courts
The graduating class of 1979 is leaving, but they could
not leave without something for Arcadia students to
remember them by. They started a new tradition called
"King and Queen of Courts," replacing the Armadillo King
and Queen. This year's King and Queen were Mark
Eggleston and Ann Fisher, opposite page. The attendants
were Todd Foster and Wendy Warner, below, and Greg
Lake and Kim Kinard, lower right. The king and queen
were crowned during halftime at the basketball game.
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Arcadia students are proud of their cars, trucks,
or any other mode of transportation which gets them
from here to there. Starting from the top of this page,
are John Strom's Fiat 124, Mike Root's Camaro Z28
on the right and Tiffini and Jill Robison's Z28 on the
left. The big ones on the bottom are Ed Games' Dodge
power wagon and Doug Maxwell's Bronco. The front
of the Trans Am is always an awesome sight. This one
is Dwayne Curry's pride. The interior of Mike's Z28
provides comfort as well as function.
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One of the advantages of being a sports
photographer is that there are as many
interesting subjects surrounding the contest as
there are taking part in it. For example, when
Troy went to the game, he found, clockwise from
right: Kay Berry, Gail Andrews, Alyse Abbate,
Sherri Johnson, Holly Smith, Colleen Wyckoff,
and cheerleader Sally Brown. That's photo-
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Drama Returns to Arcad1a!
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The drama department, tradi-
tionally one of Arcadia's strengths,
is back in form after suffering a poor
year when insufficient enrollment
resulted in a complete outback of
classes. This year, however, drama
teacher John Lynch arrived and
brought new life to the department.
Two fine productions, "Don't Drink
the Water" and "The Night Thoreau
Spent in Jail" were staged, as well
as the traditional musical. Shown at
right are Morgan Tanner, Allen
Hendrix, Merrilyn Crouch, Scott
Patterson, and Laurie Bley in a
scene from "Don't Drink the
Water". Below right, Scott and
Laurie attempt to iron out some
difference of opinion. Below,
director John Lynch greets some
early arrivals in the audience.
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The drama department's second production of the year
was sold out for every performance. The play was based on
an actual event in the life of David Henry Thoreau. At bottom
left, Will Tizard lwho played Thoreaui and Kevin Moran play out
a scene, at left are Merrilyn Crouch, Toni Born, David Hogan,
Kevin Moran, Jeff Keefe, Laurie Bley, Kathy Laflin lalmost
hiddenl, and Linda Comer. Below are Merrilyn Crouch, Allen
Hendrix, and Abby Apple. Also in the cast were Jerry Suarez,
Todd Vaules, and Ed Brown.
Nobody knows better than the stage crew just
how many long hours are spent building, painting,
lighting, designing, re-doing, etc., etc. in order to
produce the annual musical. Everyone is welcome,
everyone works, and a special kind of unity seems to
develop among those who participate. A few members
of the crew are shown on these pages. At right, Kirsten
Richmond stops to check the design before continuing
painting, below Scott Shelberg, Linda Augeneder,
Peggy James, Pete Junker, Mr. Young, Ralph Ortiz,
and Mark Broadley prepare to hoist a drop, bottom,
Ray Bashkingy, Ann Soldo, Will Tizard, Arlene
Reinfelder, Andy Burnett, and Lisa Chapko paint what
will become Bali Ha'i, the island enchantment.
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At left, Arlene Flheinfelder checks
through the many pages of lighting
cues as she and Flory Wertz man the
light board. Below left, Jerry Juarez
fproduction stage managerl dons
battle dress and opens a notebook of
changes and directions for the benefit
of the assembled cast and crew,
below, Peggy James and Kirsten
Richmond begin to assemble pro-
grams, and at the bottom of the page,
P.J. Harvey is shown during one of the
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begin the famous pom kick while Russ Kartub, Pete Junker
and Jerry Koontz are shown at left practicing their own
unique version of the kick. Below right, Deena Horwitch gives
some encouragement but Loni Smith doubts that the guys
will even provide much competition. Lisa Murphy just smiles
coyly as Ray and Jerry practice.
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with Keri Meeks as the model, Pete's grimace could indicate
that he actually may have split something while Jerry - well,
there's something about Jerry that you'll have to put into
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the front row are Kevin Hughes, Julie Eads, Pete Junker, Brenda Tom, and Eric Robbins.
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ICIC had a busy year, passing petitions which enabled the Arcadians to eat pretzels, bagels and what have you, chartering
clubs, showing movies such as "THE GOOD-BYE GIRL" and "LITTLE BIG MAN", and Sponsoring a successful Homecoming.
These were just some of the main attractions and contributions that ICIC has done to keep Arcadia's student government
on top. Members of ICIC, pictured from left to right are Itop rowl: Keri Meeks, Eric Robbins, Renny Mitchell, 4th row: Mike
Sellers, Cathy Reid, Lee Bulkeley, Carol Baetzel, Jenni Horne, Kathy Rhode, Anne Bloemker, Doug Bishop, Dr. Wagner
lsponsorl, Susan Burton. 3rd row: Ray Bashkingy, Craig Seitel, Scott Berger, Ruthie Jones, Tammy Choules, Merrilyn Crouch,
Anne Lanker, Lisa Collier. 2nd row: Sharon Sponcel, Jill Robison, Michelle Kester, Linda Dunham, Peter Junker labovel,
Andy Seitel, Dolly Volini. 1st row: John Ortiz, Kevin Burke, Ralph Ortiz.
Student Review Board
Seated in front are advisors Mr. Larabell and Mrs. Stoneg in the second row are Helen Tassoni,
Mitch Reiss, Andrea Leibsohn, Maria Houle and Sarah Ellison. In the last row are Kim Falkenstein, Robb
Vaules, Mike Braden, Eric Robbins, Barb Tobin, and Annette Smith.
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ASPU and Model Legislature
The 31st Arizona YMCA Model Legislature Convention was
held this year at the State Capitol. Arcadia students held more
offices than any school in the district. The officers are, pictured
from left to right list rowl: Scott Patterson, Chairman of the
Senate, Beth Mathers, Chief Clerk of the House, Ruthie Jones,
Chaplain of the House, Adam Ellison, Speaker of the House, ftop
rowl Lee Bulkeley, Secretary of State, Art Santora, Governor.
Not pictured: Cathy Wohl, President of the Senate.
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ASPU and Model Legislature team up in this picture and the members are from left to right: list rowl Joel Robbins,
Dan Bagatell, Todd Kerr, Ruthie Jones, Tammy Choules, Brenda Tom, Maria Houle, Maureen Coyle. l2nd rowl Cathy Reid,
Diane Bindelglas, Russell Kartub, John Switzer, Scott Berger, Kevin Moran, Brendon Moran, Sarah Ellison, Barb Tobin,
Kathie Rhode. 13rd rowl Lisa Collier, Nancy Segal, Rusty Bulkeley, Ray Bashkingy, Lee Bulkeley, Art Santora, Margo
Friedland, Claire Sechler, Stephanie Lee, Kristi Clark. 44th rowl Adam Ellison, Adam Robbins, Brian Frost, Kevin Burke, Jon
Sessions, Bill Wiess, Eric Robbins, Mike Braden, Rob Vaules, Jon Marshall. Not pictured are Sally Brown and Andrea Leibson.
People who think Varsity Cheer is all fun and
glamour just haven't been there. Practices begin
the first week of summer, every day at 5:30 A.M.
- and unlike other sports, Cheer's season lasts
all year: summer practices, fall football, winter
basketball, and spring workshops and tryouts.
There are banquets, breakfasts, assemblies,
and routines to plan. But, the girls say, it's all
worth it. This year's team, pictured below are:
front row, Mary Wilmoth, Alex Knox, and Dina
Davies. Standing are Sally Brown, Kim Kinard,
Ruthie Jones, Karen Berry, and Meg Penning-
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The pom line for '79 spent a great deal of time
rehearsing their routines and presenting them during
football and basketball season. The group, shown above,
consisted of Nancy Amado, Julie Eads, Becky Albaugh,
Stacy Green, Lisa Murphy, Loni Smith, Captain Wendy
Warner, Dena Horwitch, Keri Meeks, and Gail Andrews.
Immediately below, Stacy and Dena trade uniforms with
Lisa Hamilton, Ruthie Jones, and Kim Kinard during switch
. . Cheer
have worked hard this
year to show what they
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made up of lfront rowl Circe Richmond, Daphne Baum, Anne Pearson,
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Sigma Beta Chi
Sigma, which is sponsored by Mr. Penfield and
Mrs. Hagen, has had another year filled with
activities that benefitted the school as well as the l ' ':
members in the club. The activities included putting
in benches around the campus, watering the trees,
putting on skits for orphanages and sponsoring
activities during Welcome Back Week, Homecoming
Week, T.W.l.R.P. Week, etc. The annual festivities
included the Sundown Supper, the Sigma-Delta
basketball game and the crowning of the Sigma
Sweetheart at the first dance. Through out the year,
Sigma has done their best to keep the club and
Arcadia on the top!
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Dugan, Andrea Reynolds, Mr. Penfield, Mrs. Hagen lsponsorsl. Middle Row: Beth Smith, Nancy Robinson, Carrie May, Cheryl Acres, Liz
Licosati, Vali Langston, Suzy Medland, Kathie Bolles, Jenni Horne, Gwen Harris, Dawn Rourke, Cathy Bradbury, Tiffini Robison, Nancy
Newbanks, Jill Robison. BOTTOM ROW: Merrilyn Crouch, Debbie Consalvo, Gina Dyar, Jerry Koontz, Carol Baetzel, Cathy Klekner, Keri
Sigma Sail Through A Super Year.
Sigma crowned their new 78-79 Sweetheart, Jerry Koontz at the first Ch8Dlaif1:Gina DYaf,Pf9Sid9f1i1JeffY K00n11, Sweetheart: Carol Baeizei,
dance of the year. To ihe left the sponsors, Mrs. Hagen and Mr. Penfield. ViCe-PfeSid6f1i2 Meffian Clark. HiST0i'i2i1. NO! Shown are BGCKY Wright
Shown below are the officers: Merrilyn Crouch, Sgt. of Armsg Cathy and Jodi Wheeler. ihe Other two historians.
Klekner, Treasurerg Keri Meeks, Secretaryg 2nd Row: Debbie Consalvo,
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Delta Omega started another great year off right
by painting the boys locker room. As always the Delta
girls painted TITANS on the field for home games and
held dinners for the football and basketball teams. The
78-79 Delta Darling, Spencer Smith was crowned at a
dance. Along with Delta's usual activities they helped
water the new trees over the summer and took a
Thanksgiving dinner, turkey and all, to a poor family.
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Top row: Andrea Katsenes, Mrs. Howard, Jean Psarros, Simone Cupchak,
Amy Moseley, Wendy Warner, Kim Kinard, Sally Brown, Tuesdie Stolworth,
Maretta Hartsfield, Dee Dee Simms, Cathy Reid, Tracy Ericson, Allison
Lake, Tina Fulton, Lisa Peterson, Marie Paris, Virginia Hawkins, Suzie
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Green, Patti Steele, Cheri Hanson, Tracey Starkweather, Anne Soldo. Third
row: Kristi Peterson, Tammy Chouldes, Mary Scarcello, Mary Wilmoth, Tami
Fulton, Anne Bloemker, Spencer Smith, Dina Davies.
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The two lounging in front are David Lutich and Brian Mohney, the
Omegamen for 1978-'79. Seated behind them are Laurie Goodman, Donna
Harris, Jennie Pool, Carole Gilsdorf, Cindy Hubbard, Kay Kimball, Moira
McCarthy, and Leah Ganelin. The next row consists of Chris Teteak, Julie
Helston, Ann Johnson, Kim Baldwin, Kate Baldwin, and Cheryl Koskela. In
the top row are Pam Ross, Julie Springborn, Sherilynn Boyd, Michele
Boynton, Mari Schwerdtfeger, Becky Albaugh, Carol Kline, Barbara Tobin,
Jill Reiss, Debbie Sheaks lpeekll, Claire Sechler, Dee Kimball, Kathy Siroky,
Patti Rosio, and Connie Nelke. Pictured at the top are officers Laurie
Goodman lhistorianl Leah Ganelin lSgt. at Armsj, Moira McCarthy
ltreasurerl, and Jenni Pool lhistorianl. Also, Brian and David lOmegamenj,
Carole Gilsdorf lvice presidentl, and Cindy Hubbard lpresidentl. Al top right
are Donna Harris lchaplainj, Kay Kimball lsecretaryl, and Mrs. Stone,
sponsor for this busy service club.
And You ere
Arcadia isn't all jackrabbits and chain gangs -
actually, it's a busy campus with interesting people and
lots of happy faces. Below Meg Pennington and Dina
Davies pause during their lunch of sugar-free Tab. At right,
James Bucanek uses his C.B. antenna, rapier fashion, to
protect Martha Hartsfield, Simon Cupcak, and Tuesdie
Stolworthy. Below right, Mr. Curtis and his Physics class
catch a last glimpse of the final solar eclipse of this century
fit was an extremely cloudy day -- we missed most of itj.
Hot air Balloons are a common sight lately, but still
attract much attention, as did this one as it rose over the
southern part of the campus. At far right, Lisa Provost
checks her lunch money before heading for the snack barg
Frances Kida waits patiently. Below right, Eric Robbins
waits apprehensively as Paramedic Chuck Morris
prepares the demonstrationg and at far right, Deborah
Holtrop may be forsaking badminton to sell flowers.
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Key Club, led this year by President Jerry Koontz, completed another
year filled with a list of activities that benefitted the school as well as
the members. These activities included a traveling dinner, the Key Club
Convention, the date sale and numerous service projects for Arcadia.
ln April, the boys picked up Scott Berger and Kevin Burke as honorary
members to the club. The members below, pictured from left to right
in the first row are: Dave Baum, Kevin Moran, Jeff Beltz, Ray
Bashkingy, Toni Born, Stephanie Tamasauckas, Eric Koontz, Mitch
Reiss, Eric Robbins, Craig Seitel, Brendan Moran. In the second row
are Terry Baldwin, Russell Kartub, John Senini, Mike Braden, T.A.
Shover, Todd Foster, Spencer Smith, Scott Bush, Mark Eggleston,
Jerry Koontz, Greg Lake, John Switzer, David Ausley, Doug Bishop,
Dave Lutich, Arty Santora, Gordon Walker and Mark Schabacker.
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considers something, and sponsor Larabell
lbelowl might know just what it is. At the bottom,
Key Club members and friends visit EI Dorado
Park for a volleyball game.
This year's Band Lettermen made over S150
caroling at Christmastime which they used toward a
tuition scholarship to summer music camp for a
deserving music student. Here they are shown at
one of their many club activities during the year.
Lettermen, left to right: James Bucanek, Dave
Schock, Karen Moore fpresidentl, Chris Lang, David
Jacobs ivice presidentl, Andy Ford, Mike Reed, Pam
Steltzer, Lucy Acosta, Cheryl Koskela tsecretaryj,
Kevin. Not shown Rick Wiley fphotographerltrea-
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The orchestra consisted of ffront rowj
June Borst, Jan Engebretson, Brenda
Tom, and Pam Moore. Second row:
Marilyn Archbold, P.J. Harvey,
Barbara Odegaard, Susan Cuthbert-
son, and Lisa Hartley. Third row: Eric
Staten, Ginger Merwin, Ethan Carter,
Jerome Hannah, and Christina Alvey.
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In addition to sponsoring the annual Honors Evening, NHS
involved themselves in a number of other activities this year. Among
them was a Christmas party for some children who obviously
enjoyed it. At left, John Switzer makes like Santa Claus and below,
the kids wait patiently as other NHS members prepare to serve the
goodies. Present for the group photo were lback rowl Stuart
Langley, Lee Bulkeley, Jon Sessions, Tammy Choules, Spencer
Smith, Ann Fisher, Scott Berger, Dave Lutich, Don Corbitt, Scott
Bush, Connie Nelke, Kay Kimball, and Kendra Holloway. The center
row is made up of Krista Peter, Liz Rae, Art Santora, Elisa Phipps,
Kirsten Berdahl, Dana Honeycutt, Cindy Hubbard, and Kendra
Tollackson lpresidentl. Seated are John Ortiz, Carolyn Taylor, John
Switzer, Dae Hun Byun, Kathy Emmans, and Jenni Pool.
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From left to right, front row, are Christy Critser, Michelle Kester, the Lister, Candace Mundorff, Mary Wallace, Rosemary Speaker, Cindy
Spikette's Guy Flenny Mitchell, Debbie Sheaks, Jennie Pool, Elizabeth Rae, Onadera, Shelley Tickler, and Jan Engebretson. Pictured at the top of the
and Mari Schwerdtfeger. In back are Julie Lange, Diane Smith, Pat Rogal, page, Christ Critser, Sara Lister, Pat Flogal, and others enjoy a huge laugh
Kelly Eichenauer, Kathy Stilson, Annalisa Weber, Melanie White, Sara with Flenny Mitchell.
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Through blood, sweat, and tears the Jazz Ensemble swept both fall and spring
NAJE State Jazz Festivals with overall ratings, one superior, even though they had
lost four top players last year.
Local composers Frank Darmiento and Chuck Hitmar attended rehearsals and
provided helpful tips on performance of their tunes, "Night Watch" and the
"Hitmar Trilogy" - an arrangement of John Coltrane's famous tunes.
Director Wilcox got many compliments from festival judges on his fine
direction and the selection of the music that was played. Despite all this Doc will
not be directing jazz next year due to schedule changes.
At right, Sally Rhodes displays bass player Andy Burton's hat. Flutist Sally
kindly volunteered to take the jazz group picture so the photographer cound be
in it. Below center, peroussionist Scott Shelburg and lower right, Dave Jocobs
present solos during a concert. Lower left, and on top of the opposite page, the
ensemble get tips from Frank Darmiento.
Below, Front row: Rich Korzuch, Lori
Lennan, Dave Jacobs, Karen Moore, Pam
Stelzer. Second row: Barry Buchanan,
Andy Burton, Rick Wiley, James Bucanek,
Steve Conrad, Ken DeBrosse, Gregg Barr.
Third row: Cheryl Koskela, Scott Shelburg.
Dave Schock, Steve Hatcliff, Andy Ford,
Chris Lang, Jon Marshall, Director Wilcox.
Not pictured: Sally Rhodes, Kevin Hill.
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At right, Carol Baetzel checks some layouts, in the
background Greg Moss oversees Mike Schwerdt-
feger's efforts. Below, the staff - or most of it - is
assembled. In the back row are Kathy Stilson, Pam
Maxwell, Sally Brown, Diane Creathbaum, Morgan
Tanner, Kathy Bradbury, Chip Koger, Steve Austin,
AI Maglio, Greg Moss, and Tim Johnson. In the
center row are Susan Crowley, Deanne Kleindorfer,
Carol Baetzel, Dawn Flouke, Mike Schwerdtfeger,
Mike Johnson, and Jodi Books. Seated are four
photographers, Troy Staten, Matt Kasson, Todd
Hurley, and Jon Sessions. Also seated is Marvin
Forsythe. Not shown are Lori Millett, Kelly Hardy,
Gina Dyar, and Chris Roe.
Below, Sally Brown and Carol Beatzel conduct balloting for Mr. and Miss Olympiang at left,
Mr. Cowie tOlympian advisory and Mike Schwerdtfeger consider the placement of a print
on a final layout. At center, Kelly Hardy, Chris Roe, and Diane Creathbaum edit materialsg
below left, Chip Koger gets the word from Troy Staten. And at bottom right, Troy Staten
and Rick Wiley are seen in their customary habitat - the darkroom. Troy and Rick shot
and printed approximately 750A of the pictures in this yearbook. They spent many evenings,
many weekends in the darkroom, and whatever success this issue of the Olympian
encounters, much of it is the result of their efforts.
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H.E.R.O. Officers are, lleft to rightl Shelly Tickler, Shaun Usselton, Amy Newton, Rhonda
Dunlap. At right is Miss Goodwill, sponsor. In the group below the front row consists of: Kathy
Scatterday, Shaun Usselton, Amy Newton, Kay Corey, Karen Thornton, Shelly Tickler, Carol
Fleetham, Wendy Merrill, Sherri Oden. Back Row: Mark McManmon, Debbie Smith, Rhonda
Dunlap, Miss Goodwill lsponsorl Maria Quinn, Greg Porter, Bill Raftery, Jay Benscoter, Rich
Wyatt, Rose Speaker.
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In the group picture above, the back row consists of Mrs. Rice lsponsorl, Whitcomb, Sharon Lundgren, Stephanie Tamasauckas, Sherry Frazier, and
Kendra Holloway, Kathy O'Neal, Carol Schicker, Rick Butler, Kaylene Liz Pearson. At upper left, the group's officers: Jay Beltz lpresidentl, and
Rogers, Christy Castillow, and Susie Wade. The front row: Mary Bird, Mary Kaylene Rogers, Stephanie Tamasauckas, and Liz Pearson.
Varsity Club, formerly Lettermans' Club, was not all that
active this year. However, the club did exist, and the officers,
pictured at the right are: top row: Wendy Springborn
Vice-President, Andy Burnett, President, Barb McHugh
Sergeant of Arms. Bottom row: Shannon Pelton, Secretary,
Tracey Starkweather and Jill Robison, ICIC Representatives.
Below are, front row: Jill Robison, Andy Burnett, Wendy
Springborn, Shannon Pelton, Tracey Starkweather, Barb
McHugh. Second row: Sally Brown, Sarah Ellison, Carol
Mejdrich, Debbie Rosefsky, Leslie Kyman, Nancy Amado,
Becky Albaugh, Gail Andrews, Deena Horwitch, Wendy
Warner, Loni Smith, Joan Zonis. Top row: Mr. Shore
fsponsorl, Andrea Leibsohn, Steve Millman, John
Featherman, Steve Campbell, Alex Kalogianis, John Reiss,
Julie Lang, Gwen Harris, Dave Vandenburgh, Tiffini Robison,
Julie Eads, Chris Lang.
The team from left was made up of Kirk Kennedy, Roger Ripps, Lisa Hartley, Stuart Dollar, John Myer, Rodger Walker, Eric Eaves, Andy Ford, and Dr
Mann, who sponsored the group.
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The J.V. Band gives the Arcadia musicians much needed experience. Some of
the participating members as they appear in the pictures on this page are Lisa
Barr, Ellen Lederman, Bill Bray, Judy Solbuzl, Mary Ebbert, Marc Della Rocca,
Mary Howard, Laura Blackwelder, Bessie Carter, Shawn Swayzee, Jimmy
Rogers, Carolyn Walker, John Buccinek, Eddie Grass, Mary Beth Brown, Chris
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Munsil, Dan Bagatell, Claire Sechler, Rusty Bulkeley, and Sarah Ellison. Seated in front are
Kirk Kennedy and Charles Graniei.
As usual, the Chorale was a hit wherever it appeared. The group was larger
than usual this year, and was made up of lfront rowl Brad Cardon, Susan
Rosse, Suzanne Winkleman, Ruthie Jones, Travis Fiedwine, Stacy Green,
Stephanie Tamasauckas, Gail Andrews, Linda Augeneder, and Carol
Mejdrich. Center row: Dino Brescia, Andy Burnett, Beth Fioden, Abby Apple,
Karin Rubin, Ann Bigus, Merrilyn Crouch, Laurie Bley, Kathy McLean, Julie
Tollackson, Gary Tom, and Mr. Brooks. ln the back row are Dan Rice, Bruce
Owens, Todd Vaules, David Hooper, Will Tizard, Ray Bashkingy, Pete
Junker, David Bannenberg, Greg Stiles, and Barry Groom.
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year at Arcadia. Throughout the year, they
planned and carried out many science related
projects. Breeding goldfish was one of these
activities. The officers were Craig Seitel -
president, Art Santora and Eric Robbins -
vice-presidents, Sally Brown - secretary, Russ
Kartub - treasurer, Mitch Reiss - chairman,
Mike Seller - lClC representative fnot
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John Reiss, Libby Scott, Lee Bulkeley, Sharon
Sponcel, Jim Medland. Bottom Row: Cathy
Reid, Sally Brown, Jill Robison, Eric Robbins,
Mitch Reiss, Dana Honeycutt.
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this year. Officers are Lynn Thull - President,
Renny Mitchell - Vice President, Chris Teatek -
Secretary, Kim Harrington - Treasurer, Kelly
Eichenhauer - Sgt. at Arms. Members are
Bonnie Harman, Dena Montgomery, Beth Hill,
Kelly Eichenhauer, Jean Mnichowicz, Cathy
Lindeen, Daryl Edson, Janet Richardson, Diane
Smith, Greg Stiles, Kathy Stilson, Linda Comer,
Kim Harrington, Chris Teteak, Lynn Thull, Flenny
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How Sweet it Is!
Several ofthe girls on this year's team are ranked nationally,
which helps explain the team's dominance the past two years.
Michele Mitchell, top diver in the state, also achieved
All-American recognition this year. Colleen Collins holds the
state record for the 50 and 500 meter freestyle events, as well
as for the 100 meter backstroke. Cassie Cochran has the records
for the 100 and 200 meter breast stroke, and the state medley
relay record is held by Arcadia's Amy Johnson, Kristy Morgan,
Karen Tokoph, and Peggy Tormey.
Kathy Stiles is shown above, at right, Michele Mitchell and
Cathy Reid keep warm while waitingg below, Dena Montgomery
stretches toward the water, already ahead of the competition.
On the facing page, Michele shows the form - pun only partially
intended - that brought her All-American recognition. Leslie
Kyman makes a turn during a race, and at the bottom of the
page, Leona Biller, Dena Montgomery, Kathy Stiles, Kristy
Morgan, Carmen and Karen Tokoph find a moment to relax and
chat during a meet.
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began with a victory over Greenway
and ended with a feeling of pride and
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The Titan football began their
year by spending two hard days at
Camp Titan, in Prescott. Besides
getting into great shape, the guys
became close friends. Togetherness
is important if a team is to be good.
Their hard work showed all through
the season, ending with the best
record Arcadia has seen in five
years. Everyone felt this super team
did an excellent job.
Above, Titans carry their coach Dean after
victory against Mesa, 27-18. Middle Left,
Quarterback, Rob Wheeler. Middle Right,
Will Levison, Running Back. Right, Tim
Chambers Dusts Past a Demon.
Left, Steve Millman, wide receiver contemplating his next move.
Below, Coach Dean informs Robbie Wheeler that quarterbacks aren't
supposed to tackle the referees.
Left, Titans gang up on a trembling
Kevin Czerwinski reels off a nice gain against
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Charles Splain 65
Clark Stephens 31
Mike Fernandez 40
Lee Jacobs 71
Eddie Hash 44
Preston Brenchley 85
Andy Hanes 41
Barry Whiting 12
Ken Weinrich 30
Brian Frost 61
Mike Formanck 84
Pete Tillack 43
Greg Chambers 51
Greg Caster 34
Lance Stolworthy 23
Bob Switzer 20
Charlie Dittrich 24
Jackson Dering 22
Ed Grass 62
Andy Seitel 26
Shawn Swayzee 32
Tom Truitt 52
Tom Villalpando 53
Tim Biers 27
Mike Denton 24
Kent Pyper 54
Gary Hakes 75
Eric Rice 82
Todd Reese 30
Warren Tormey 83
Chris Iams 64
Jeff Gesicki 11
Mike Roller 61
Shawn Dewayne 86
Todd Leland 23
Bill Rimsza 66
Mike Millman 41
Greg Good 40
Tom Crouch 62
Jeff Stegwell 53
Charles Jones 72
Tim Keenan 60
John Weiss 43
Richard Patterson 74
Arcadia Invitational Tourne Champs
This year's varsity volleyball team
really lived up to being a TNT ltough and
togetherl team. Their seasonalrecord
was 19-3. This year, Arcadia lost in the
first round of the State Tourneyg
however, they did win second place in
the Divisional Tournament. Wendy
Springborn was player of the year on the
Scottsdale all-city team. Also on the
team were Ann Fisher, Fay Tigges, Jean
Psarros, and Gina Hicks. Kay Locker
was given an honorable mention when
that team was announced.
The Junior Varsity team had a good year, ending with a record of eight wins
and three losses. Members of the team, in the first row, are: Patricia Taylor,
Sherilyn Boyd, Maureen Coyle, Donna Dantona, Erin Burkeg in the second row
are Kelly Knowlton, Jodi Springborn, Judy Wilson, Coach Hudson, Claire
Sechler, and Janet Wheeler. The Freshman team, shown below, had a season
record of six wins and five losses. In the first row are Ann O'Brian, Debra Herr,
Kim Owens, Susan Burton, and Cheryl Falkenstein. The second row consists of
Robin Fiunyan, Cindy Cowger, Joanie Rountree, and Pam Cohen, in the third row
are Coach Sullivan, Susan Hadley, Gail Folwarski, Missy McGarry, Susie Fisher,
Helen Tassoni, and Lisa Ftundle. At left, Jean Psarros frustrates the opposition
as she gently drops a shot in front of her opponent.
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This year's team failed to win many meets, but made up for that by their
spirit and effort. For the first time, girls had a cross country team and one
Titan, Stacy Hartsfield, lwho we were unable to get a picture ofl was
ScottsdaIe's Girl Runner of the Year. At right, Mike Fleed shows a strong
finishing kick as does Tom Finney of the facing page. Above, on the opposite
page, are coaches MacPherson and Brown, who, along with many returning
lettermen, are looking forward to next year.
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came on for a strong finish, just missing a
berth in the state championship tour-
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their elation after beating Casa Grande,
one of the highest ranked teams in the
state. At right, Mark Eggleston rises to the
occasion in an early season game against
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leaps for two points - a
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season. At far left, Bob
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Basketball Bounces Back!
At right, Jerry Koontz draws two Central
High School defenders to him as he
penetrates the defense, below are a few of
the Titan Cheerleaders: Dina Davies, Sally
Brown, Kim Kinard, Ruthie Jones, Mary
Wilmoth, and a part of Meg Pennington. The
cheerleaders, just as much a part of the
basketball season as the players them-
selves, did a fine job keeping up the spirit of
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screen and puts a baseline move on two Chaparral
defenders, at right, Mark lams takes advantage of a
slower Firebird defender to move around him, forcing
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The J.V. team ended their fine season with an
outstanding record of 16 wins and 3 losses, giving
every indication of a strong varsity team to come.
Upper left, Bill Hoeft goes up for a shot while Todd
Haggard closes in for a possible reboundg at left,
Todd shows why few teams could rebound with the
J.V.'s 3 below, Kevin Hughes scores on a fast break,
thanks to a pass from Eric Koontz.
Fm h Basketball The freshman basketball teams ended their season with remarkable records. The Red
Team had a record of 13 wins and 5 losses and the Blue Team had 16 wins and 2 losses.
Both of these teams should provide excellent prospects for future Varsity and Junior
Varsity teams. The Red Team, pictured below, consists of: Jeff Bruner, Stacy Tsantilas,
Mike Johnson, Gary David, Todd Kerr, Dan Geddes. In the back row are, Ken Weinrich,
Clark Stephens, Eric Rice, Allen Tigges, David Beckstead, and Todd Reece. At right: Eric
Rice shoots against the opposition for two points.
The Blue Team, above, was made up of Tim Arendt, Mark Faas, Barry Whiting, Ron Williams, Andy
Hanes, and Bevan Jones. Standing are Coach Rob Milsop, Rowdy Montgomery, Scott Turner,
Warren Tormey, Dana Hansen, Mike Harney, and Brian Johnson. At left: Todd Kerr grimaces after
putting up a basket against Saguaro.
The wrestling team at Arcadia had a disappointing season but showed
good prospects for next year. With the majority of the team being juniors,
sophomores, and freshmen, there is a good chance that many of the men
will be returning with winning on their minds. The J.V. Team below, front
row: Jed Grass, Greg Caster, Jeff Eisenberg, Mitch Reiss. Standing in
back are: Chris Iams, Mike Alkire, Brian Casey, Matt Lynch, George
Livermore. Left: Jeff Rowland waits in anticipation for the whistle to begin
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Jeff Rowland, Eric Robbins, Graig Seitel, Tim Toy, George Livermore, and Joe Julian.
arsit , .V. Softball
At right, Suzanne Pickett saves a high throw to the base, but too late to get
the runnerg below, Robin Rundle lays down a perfect bunt fnote the ball falling by
her kneel to advance the runner.
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Middle row, Debra Hurr, Susie Fisher, Cheryl Falkenstein, Suzanne Pickett, Coach Fisher. Seated, Stacey Cowger, Heather Brookhart, Carolyn Walker,
and Robin Ftunyan.
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games this year, so when they did, it was
cause for great happiness. At left, Nancy
Merkle and Donna Dantona embrace the
unidentified player who just crossed the
plate with the winning run. Above, Lisa
Rundle lofts a hit into right field.
The varsity team consisted of: seated, Terri Horton, Robin Rundle, Jodi Springborn, and Diane Lambert. Standing, Julie Walters, Karin Rubin, Nancy
Stiles, Shauna Sodikoft, Sue Dewerd, Nancy Merkle, and Coach Haddock.
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Mnichwoicz, Deane Smith, Janet Richardson, Kathy Stilson, Susie Medland, Gwen Harris, Shelly Smit, Miss Foss, Michelle Kester.
The Titan golfers had a winning season with a 7-5 match record. Even
though they didn't have the depth this year that they usually do, they
played well - especially in the Uma Invitational and the Central Division
Tournament. Outstanding performances were turned in by Perer
Tenney, Scott Bush, and Bill Bellville during the Divisional Tournament.
They all shot in the 15O's to leave us only 12 strokes away from a berth
in the State Tournament.
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This year's team lacked the
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developed a nucleus for next
year. Candids at right and below
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the ball down the floor.
The action shot at top left shows Marykay Flammer
controlling a jump ballg top right, Laurie David looks for
a shot with a Yuma defender standing on her foot while
Marykay Flammer and Cina Hicks prepare for a possible
rebound. At left Cina Hicks goes up for two points, and
directly above Laurie David gets off the floor to tap a jump
Members of the junior varsity team, pictured above are fstandingl manager Diane Damm, Diane Smith,
Andrea Bierman, Dena Montgomery, Lisa Horville, Alison Lake, and Coach Barr. Kneeling are Kim Falkenstein
and Lori Lennon. The front row is made up of Kathy Stiles, Shelley Roseman, and Jan Kemp. Above Dena
Montgomery goes up for a shotg at upper right, Diane Smith brings the ball down the floor.
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Maggie Popadopoulus, Julie
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Fisher, Kelly Knowlton, Julie
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Wright. At top: Heidi Cedelof,
Beth Emerson. Not pictured:
Ann Guerin, Shauna Hooker.
The girls' gymnastic
team had a great year.
Coach Stamm led them to
second place in the Divi-
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Kelly Knowlton competed in
the State meet for Arcadia.
At right, Jodi Books prac-
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tine, at far right, Kelly
Knowlton is shown midway
through a nice vault. On the
facing page are shots from
the Divisional and State
Arcadia G mnasts
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Taylor, Andrea Owens, and Carolyn Walker. In the second row
are Cindy Collins, Jill Robison, Tiffini Robeson, Missy
Burchinal, Barb McHugh, Suzanne Pickett, and Debbie
Sheaks. Standing in the back row are coaches Brown and
Johnson. At right throwing the discus is Christina Alvey, On the
facing page Missy Burchinal breaks the tape in a winning effort
for the relay team, Missy breaks out of the blocks in the 440
yard dash, and Leona Biller and Tiffini Robeson are identifiable
in a group awaiting the gun to start the mile run.
Unfortunately, no team shot was available for boys' trackg hence we cannot give them all the recognition they deserve.
Good performances were turned in by John Senini in the discus, Steve Millman in the dashes, and Mike Reed in the longer
runs. Above, Spencer Smith sets out the beginning of the mile run, and at top right Tim Chambers takes the baton in the
. ., Fresh Baseball
At right, David Stolberg winds up to deliver
a strike and Nancy Amado patiently waits to
post the score. Immediately below is the
freshman team. In the first row are Tim Arendt,
Rusty Bulkeley, Jackson Dering, Todd Jason,
Lance Stolworthy, Shawn Swayzee, and Tim
Keenan. Second row: Phil Lindsey, Cornell Ray,
Randy Milford, Bill Bray, Charles Splain, Derek
Duhame, and Rich Gustafson. Standing are
Scott Cook, Rowdy Montgomery, Mike Honnen,
David Beckstead, Warren Tormey, Jeffe Cesicki,
Brian Johnson, Ed Bigus, and Coach Joe
Woodall. The J.V. team, pictured at the bottom
of the page, shows lfront rowi Coach Yee, Doug
Bishop, Mike Arendt, Lloyd Hooker, Cole
Mehlman, Jeff Stuart, Steve Alley, and Bill Holft.
ln the back row are Kevin Hughes, Kevin Hull,
Tim Flesner, Randy Ball, Loren Ray, Andy
Herbold, and Dave Andrine.
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Mark Scott, Bob Turley, Artie Bennett, and Mike Cittus. In the back row are Coach Schifino, Mark Karam, Dave
Stolberg, Mike Seller, Doug Maxwell, Gary Hunsaker, John Dana, and Steve Buerlein. Above left, Artie Bennett waits
for the pitch, and at right, an unidentified Titan eats a facefull of dirt as he successfully steals second base.
Boys' Swimming Team
The boys' team, pictured at the bottom of the page, is made up of lkneelingl Craig Suiter, Alex
Kalogianis, Bruce Herr, Robb Morrisett, Todd Eggars, and Gordon Hardy. In the back row are Pete
Gruender, Andy Ford, Chris Lang, Don Corbitt, Chris Baker, Jim Harrison, and Matt Gruender. Below,
a race begins as girls check their stopwatches and teammates shout encouragement. At right, Andy
Ford awaits the starter's gun.
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a visit from the doctorg at left Andy Ford, Bruce Herr, Rob Morisett and Craig Suiter watch the
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The Junior Class began the school year by
building the 'Pink Panther,' the winning
homecoming float. They continued their
successful ways by organizing and presenting
TWIRP Week, which included a popular talent
show. The final Junior class activity took place
on May 5 at the Sheraton, where the annual
prom was held. Class officers, facing page,
were Representatives Mitch Reiss and Julie
Eads, standing belowg Merrilyn Crouch
1Secretaryl, Craig Seitel fPresidentl, Eric
Robbins lTreasureri, and Jenni Horne Nice
Presidentl. At left, Paul Schwabe, Andy Ford,
and Art Bennet all concentrate on an
experiment during Physics class.
Seniorit Just Around the Corner
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New Experlences, New Responses
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Lori Von der Heydt
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Sophomore class officers, pictured on the opposite page, are Kevin Hughes,
Representative, Margo Friedland, Presidentg Doug Bishop, Vice-President,
Suzy Biers. Representative, Cathy Reid, Treasurerg and Lisa Collier,
I Secretary. At left, Lisa, Judi Wilson, and Kathy Rhode listen as a point is
being made and discussed during an lClC meeting.
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Ethan Carter vgjggy
Although American Lit. exams -
especially the open book type - require
intense concentration, a sophomore's
life is usually more relaxed, as can be
seen on the opposite page where Jeff
Stegwell and Cathy Belverud practice
what is either a dance step or a new
ophomores Work Hard, Pla Hard
Troy Inderlied and Beth Hill
puzzle out an answer, but Andy
Herbold just seems bewildered
by it all in Dr. Wilcox's Algebra
class. On the facing page, Erin
Hurley and Peggy James sample
that cold stuff up North during a
No, they didn't get busted . . . these
J.V. Basketball players are just
happily celebrating a win over Casa
Grande before showering and return-
ing to the court to watch the Varsity
game. From the left can be seen Mike
Arendt, Jason Martin, Kevin Hughes,
Bill Hoeft, Rick Murphy, Eric Koontz,
Doug Bishop, Cole Mehlman, and
Mark Scott. And way in back, peering
over Bill's shoulder, is Ken Riecker.
Jeffrey Keele 1
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ScottsdaIe's annual Parada del Sol.
Mrs. Neid does her best, but Craig
Suiter has his doubts as he and Mike
Arendt, Brad Cardon, Peggy James,
and Linda Wine receive some counsel-
ing regarding next year's schedule.
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Lynch Lake appeared during the
unusually heavy rains we had in
January and February. Its name
came from Mr. John Lynch, from
whose drama room one could
saunter out for a chilly foot-
wetting, or as is demonstrated
here, a brief fishing excursion.
Arlene Rheinfelder and Peggy
James seem serious about the
whole thing, but Will Tizard
prefers the 'Tom Swayer Ap-
proach' to his fishing.
Sophs Both Academm, Ath1et1c:
Beth Van Buskirk
Peter Van Dengurgh
Andrea Leibsohn, shown here running happily, even though it's nearly
midnight, was one of many members of the cross country teams who
conducted a marathon run to raise money to help pay the medical bills of
an injured teammate. Prior to the event, runners gathered pledges for each
lap to be run during a 24 hour period, several runners subsequently ran over
200 laps Q50 milesll during the marathon.
The facing page shows a group writing an English semester exam in room
506, the difficulty of which was compounded by having to simultaneously
dodge drips from a leaky roof. Succeeding to some degree in this endeavor
are Cheri Hansen, Judy Curtis, Cathy Reid, Patty Holdridge, Maria Houle,
Emily Hertzberg, Curt Reid, Kathy Gregg, Andrea Leibsohn, Brad Cardon,
and Mary Munsil.
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densities, The one shown at left here seemed extremely
dense, having refused to give his name, even when asked
politely. Not so with the group on the opposite page, the
Freshman class officers. In the front row are Brenda Tom,
Representative, Andy Seitel, Treasurerg Dolly Volini,
Secretary. Behind them are Susie Fisher, Representative,
Anne Lanker, Presidentg and Susan Burton, Vice-President.
Mary Beth Brown
Jennifer Corbin l
An attentive group tmostlyi of freshmen listen as Mr, Meyer responds to a question during a world Geography Class.
Freshman Spirit Goes On and
Chris Iams and Brad Denton clear
the way for Todd Leland as the Big
Red Freshman team steamrolls a
play through the Mesa line.
Jonni Patterson and Kent Pyper pose for the picture that will
serve as a reminder of the homecoming dance, which was
enjoyed by many Arcadians.
Mary Anne Hess
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Titan Get Things Rolling
The first day of classes is
usually a confusing one to
new arrivals on campus,
fortunately, Titan cheer-
leaders were on hand to
help Freshmen find their
classes for the first time. On
the opposite page, as
Shawn Dewane leans on
the rail and awaits help,
Alex Knotts shows Helen
Tassoni how to get to her
next class while Carmen
and Karen Tokoph hurry on
by. At left, Carol Olson,
Stephanie Morrison, and
Meg Pennington pause
long enough to smile at the
nl Just Begun
Freshmen Look to ew Challenges
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On the facing page, students suffer
through a quiz - some of the
sufferers are Heather Brookhart,
Karen Sanders, Susan Hadley, Greg
Good, Donna Emmans, Kay Lutich,
Shannon Albrand, Karen Tokoph,
and Rob Vaules. At right is a scene
just as common: students chatting,
hurrying, or simply watching during
the interval between classes.
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principalg below are assis-
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Clark, Swanson, Carey,
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lt is generally known that those who really make schools operate
smoothly land with whatever efficiency can be salvaged in an organization
hemmed in by demands of machinest are "the ladies in the office". Arcadia
has been fortunate to have a magnificent group of those ladies.
Unfortunately, we are losing one of the best: Mrs. Frances Walker has
decided to retire. Mrs. Walker arrived at Arcadia when the school opened
in 1958. Since then, her unfailing kindness and courtesy, her invariable
friendliness and good humor, her supernormal ability to work calmly and
efficiently while under great pressures have been the hallmark of Arcadia's
office area. She will be greatly missed, and in ways we who remain are not
yet even aware. Shown at right are Mrs. Eckburg and Mrs. Lyonsg below is
Mrs. Walker. At the bottom of the page are Mrs. Buenger and Mrs. Finley.
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