Blair High School - Saga Yearbook (Pasadena, CA)

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SS Throu 8 Friendship Susan Polis Schultz "Someone - to talk with to dance with to sing with to eat with to laugh with to cry with to think with to under- stand with someone - to be my friend." - Susan Polis Schultz Interact Friend hip sb, ui "You can always tell a real friend: when you've made a fool of yourself, he doesn't feel you've done a permanent job." - Laurence J. Peter "You are a free person, l am so happy because in your freedom, you chose me to be your friend." - Susan Polis Schultz X I Friendship Q " . . .little soft clouds played happily in a blue sky. skipping from time to time in front of the sun as if they had come to put it out. and then sliding away suddenly so that the next might have his turn " 'his 4 iw- - - ra' 'tim J : se 41, ,H ,, .,, X . . ,,,.,Yl 5 V H5315 - iff' -3 ' If ' 1' M. exif - .JW IH -, , . n., 5-. v 1 L M .47 !'94 ' ., ., -' 1 ' -:x ' A, ' X, J' .. L ,L .N ,Ji A 2 -. . ' S ' I L...-437' Q SN F if 2545. Q' - R' J X - B , ff "S '-' 1. A A 'f : ly V . 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Spmt...b tt r tm stands for the super cheers we sing. stands for the perfect mascot Vi- king. stands for the incredible football team. stands for the remarkable crowd when they scream. stands for the instrumental drum- corp beat. stands for the terrific team coaches who keep everyone on their feet. 1 1 1 . we ie spam ' 'SZ 1 N f 'T"'1'f.".-'T :::53"' ,Q U W,,.,,....-..m-.-f"" i 471: 1 5. .31 il f . . f f . i Top lcfti The winners of the "Curly, Larry. and Moe Top: Yes, the beat goes on. Above: Songirls wait pa- look alike contest", Far left: "Hey Chris, they went tiently for their chance to shine. Far right: "Tell me the wrong way." Left: "Hi mom," says Brett Aeber- one good reason why you don't want to go out with sold. inc tonight." asks the mascot Michael Culross, .nfl -elf 2 x f 1'- Spirit I7 H' J ,QITYIM - . -4 'Wg Bottom left to lop right: Juanita Staley, Leslie Kirksey. Doris Lester. Nicole Brown. Sabrina Hammond, Diane Jones iff., sggiiillkl -T27 I8 Varsity Cheerleaders First row: Teri Adams. Lcshe Concholar. Crashawn Jackson. Gretchen Lampert. Lisa O'NeilL Second row: Marie Porcell. Alise Stellwagen, Cece Vaughns. v- x., if l l Y' S0n8 Girls 'Nl' SQ! K 20 J.V. Cheerleaders -1-ng 4 ?v Mllfll' Top to bottom: Monique Craft, Alexa Palmer, Regina Schweska. Suzanna Schweska, Tamara Weaver, Mar- lene Willis. K Cow ' W1 Quia Voted. -Z ,dr ' Y 'R 'Lavfxva YX 1' V' 3 ! OK soo. 1 odixa I .df Q if teh xo ng 'bas nes. Samoa :iwggi Ha 8 . GMS 2 l in-1--suv -i-1-uv UL F! 1 'Q lv! 22 Tall Flag 1 if WW' FX. i sg-3-,MZ -- Q Bottom: Zina Abrams. Nichele Green, Second row: Tonya Phillips. Celeste White, Holly Smith. Monica Paz. Susan Jiminez. Third row: Vernice Smith, Mi- clicle Pineda. Dawn Thomas. Fourth row: Monique Hearn, Lola Hill. Lisa Rivers. f 5 n A YQ N-s..f . I ,w will 4 'Q- xg- K. 3- Blair Drum K fb on beating. - "Our little drumm pa rum pa pum pum." MX X, l F ll , r I Y ' . . . . to slay awake dun thelr routine A r Drum Corps 23 4151-'W' LAL, ll g, 'l r Z' Above left: Chris and Pat Brandt imitate Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. Left: Rick Nowak nabs Cart- ers Lawrence in a drug bust. Above: Teri Adams practices the art of self-defense. Immediately above: Melissa Campbell teaches her teddy bear SOIHE ITISHDEFS. ' r i --.vs Above left: Count Dawson looks for a tasty bite.Lef1f Sabrina Hammond disguises herself as Boy George. Top: Mr. Wallace practices for the Village People auditions. Middle: "Jailbirds," Bottom: Roger Krieg, Michael Culross. and Kelly Nelson try to drum up some business. FU-rl 6' F.. ma ic I memories Though the heavens had opened up and sent heavy rain to Pasadena on November I2, spirits could not be dampened and lots of people turned up at our l985 Homecom- ing game. Umbrellas at the ready the crowd watched the Vikings forge ahead through mud and water to defeat the South Pasadena Tigers in an I8-6 win. The parade of cars containing the Homecoming court, was absent due to the drenched condition of the field. The court was then presented in a modest fashion in front of. the crowd with plastic bags around their pretty shoes. The theme "Magical Memories" was presented in the colors of pink, grey, white and and burgundy. The colors were used in varying combinations for the dresses and tuxedos of the court making the grey day look a little brighter. 26 Homecoming fr -+- -MA K 1 ,IJ H, f' I r, ' 1 ' ' ' J Y' I A. ' 1, .4 , . , I . , L f I ltfxg 1 X n x I I ,U ' ' A AXA 'lil I x I 3 l,'IV .6 x "", ' f , , 1 ,. , N fy ill fn ff! , I Q , A 1 J - ,Iwi . , A. ev l A ,dl -' if ' QW 'Y ' 4 ' -'I ,, lv ' 1,,,v'7,f' , 7' " wk 1 'X ly n ' fpfr F! J . :A1x.' 1' l X x l' yxlf. 1 Vx Q' yi . 'ji -' "1 fl , K ,A -aff" f .4 J .' ' ' , . I, ,Q ,,, I ..f, X1 I ' Q ' uni! gl K V ,I 1.,,. , .fr - H 1 . I. ',I, ,. 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If AVL, f lr ' - ' 1 N 1' 1, ,1 -f ' 1 I Alf . r fi' f K viflxs. , ' N Homecoming 27 iff MEC I C i -XX t N-X 1 - E N , A l , ,' 3 4 jf f E, ,X s l983 C OUR T Left to right: Turrane Williams, Nicole Zeiss, Marcus Dawson, Kecia Walker, Scott Bass Tabetha Brooks, Joe Babe Bogaard, Sheri Castro, Vernon Bennet, Nichele Greer. s K i o ', 1 TEL N A ,fl "-J if - an x 9: I L 4 l ' 'V PM ' LL l Homecoming 1 1' M ,1,,,,, . 0 A ll, I L Homecoming 29 This year the FallfWinter Associated Student Body made a concerted effort to raise spirit at Blair and erase apathy. They made a fast start with a most impressive Homecoming. This activity included the assembly that proved well-organized and rehearsed. For the dance, the gym was outrageously decorated with purple, pink, and white, attracting a huge crowd. Efforts were also made to determine the fate of Blair, with meetings with the Superintendent, R. Cortines. During these sessions, the ASB asked for and received the assistance of another school clerk in the Main Office. This compensated for the work overload due to cutbacks. Other spirited events included caroling at Christmas, faculty parties, and student interaction with the community. With these and other efforts made, the Blair ASB increased spirit and an excellent groundwork for continuing in the next se- mester. xx ?" LK ASB Cabinet: Clockwise, Norm Morrow. Jackie Gold- smith. Jana Williams, Monique Craft, Paula Chan, Joe Bogaard, Nicole Moore. Brian Stevens, Harry John- son, Kelly Nelson, Rick Nowak. Jeanne Pursel, Tom Seeker. Esmerelda Bugarin, Cardonna McClure. Sheri Castro. '84: Samar Masri, Shelly Serrurier. Melissa Petrov, Brian Stevens. '85s Cheddar Dawson, Missy Miele, Jeremie Basma- iian. '86: Amy Province. Monique Craft. '87f llde Pentak, Barbara Davis. 30 Associated Student Body I IDIQUI I Working the second semester since the A.S.B. cabinet was decreased in enroll- ment, the members have commented on the increased effectiveness and organiza- tion of the class. Jeanne Pursel, the Asso- ciated Student Body President, stated "The resulting effects of the reduction in the A.S.B. have been monumentalt with or- ganization and participation increased and improved. "We are BlTCHlNl" As the year comes to a close. the "new" A.S.B. has provided spirit and en- thusiasm throughout the 83-84 year. This cabinet has made its presence felt and hope for student involvement in the years to come. Clockwisef Norm. Skid, Gas attendant. Pumpkin. Pau- ly. Niquy. Lis. Thrust. Squeak. Gene, Steve, R.K., Har- ry J., Rickie, Dukie, Diana Amaya. Jack. Sheri, "84" Samar Masri, Shelly Serrurier. Lisa O'Neill. Melissa Petrov. "85" Missy Miele. Jeremie Basmaiian. "86" Lauren O'NeilI. Amy Provence, Monique Craft, Yiota Rigopoulos. "87" Ruben Brown, Brenda Ramirez. llde Pentak. Jose Munoz. Associated Student Body 3l PISA It is the objective of the Blair P.T.S.A. to be a support group of the school. The at- tempt to support the activities of the stu- dent body with funds. personnal and ideas. The parents, teachers and staff in- volved attend meetings to keep them- selves abreast of the activities of the school, look into problems and form effec- tive solutions. Annually they help get the school year off to a good start by hosting a luncheon for all faculty and staff the day before school begins. They have supplied food of all varieties free to the students attending the Homecoming Dance, and supplied chaperones for dances. P.T.S.A. puts together the school newsletter to keep the school population informed of sporting events. general information and concerns confronting us Csuch as school closurej. They contact the Superinten- dant and School Board Members to lobby on behalf of issues concerning Blair. and send out tokens of appreciation to staff members on several occasions. They serve refreshments at Open House and Back to School Night working at fostering good public relations for the school within the community and with Private schools. Other helpful efforts have funded emer- gency welfare for situations that arise. Funding the generation and half of the po- lice costs for the picnic as well as sponsor- ing booths, they will also be sponsoring the second annual Easter Egg Hunt and Second Annual Tennis Tournament. Last years big fund raiser bought computer equipment and established a repair fund to expedite expenses. The Leadership Conference was sponsored last year and will be supported this year. The support and enthusiasm by the P.T.S.A. is over whelmingly appreciated by Blair High. We, the administration and the student body would like to thank you, P.T.S.A.. tre- mendously. 32 PTSA ,E . 4 .t Xl l ,l H ,YOU N N J ONLY 'Q-oo M Moor V T515 G . Bottom left: Ken Olson attempts to settle the ongoing budget crises at Blair. Top left: Secretary Wendy Bodenshot contemplates her present strategies on the sports program. Top right: Tommy Seeker waits anxiously to express his student's point of view. Middle: Dianne Moore and Bonnie Griffiths show their satisfaction upon completion of the meeting. Bottom right: .loe Bogaard wants you. 1 The School Improvement Committee at Blair provides an opportunity for parents, staff and students to come together to discuss ways Blair can be improved. The time is spent constructivelyt solutions are suggested instead of blame being cast. The specific goals this year included improving the morale and communica- tions within Blair, the beautification of Blair, and being available to deal with any crisis. Having a sound board of a broad selection of people helps solve any prob- lem. Improvements such as better use of the marquee, a tutoring program for stu- dents who need it. a copier, and fresh paint for the amphitheater were objec- tives the group worked towards. The committee has kept a sharp eye on developments "downtown" in other words, at the Education Center. Members have attended school board meetings and reported back as the possible consolida- tion of secondary schools has been under discussion. Bob Miele has been chairman of the committee since it began several years ago. This year, parent Charlotte Tyler has acted as his main assistant. The School Improvement Committee is open to any- one at Blair who has on idea for school improvement. 1 Top left: Jeanne Pursel shows her BITCHIN' SIC spirit. Middle left. LouAnn Hen- drix fantasizes of a much improved Blair High School. Bottom left: Dianne Moore tries to demonstrate her logic. Top right: Judie O'Neill expresses her views. as usual. Middle right: Paperboy Eric Bland offers a "Viking Express" before departing on his route. Bottom right: Alice Rodriguez, Rita Elshout. and Charlotte Tyler listen attentively to the controversial debate. SIC 33 AH 1 fi' .,,'.., LL, -A 17 'Ax jf X X AX xxx ,JXX fixx Q7 , W ' .1 .. A-"N FX . 'Y 'as' 1 1 H H w Q 2 lg QR, Yliyf' -Qlif 1J"k,J. xl: 't,f1, 1 f A A fx .YN fx' L:-iz-fl Q-ururrv. .Lf-Tr-, .AX A, .J..,X 1,!,,.d . A ,, 4 H, A ..-n..-g.. .K , LQ1 L 1 kg, Ig. Vo 4 . , X ,A .fl L.-- . ar.. if , 4 W I -P ' V in A 'wffspl f Ax A N fx A 34 Christmas N! ax Y "Niro- ff-40 r X ff? Y' Ln ...LR W X ,fa Xf-,yn . 1 " WJ 'UNH astra: 'v of '9 2"",' .,J, ' "o""""'0000-coooovqoa.-' 'N. Lin WP Christmas 35 36 Rose Parade W- -A fi ill QQ' . fs.. A 35 Far top left: Jeri finds float flowering a sticky iobl Left Middle: Albert Quindy advertises his pick for the RB, Lower left: Fading back, big Brett Aebersold wonders why he didn't play varsity quarterback. Center: Michael Turner shows all he has the Mun- chos. Top Right: Miss Piggy cruises down Orange Grove in style. Above: Donald Van Orman and his dog Spot. iust before he entered as an Arab in the Parade. Rose Parade 37 4:,,v- 'iw Q! ij.. A 6 1 ,, p J? my I -1. . X 1 .-J- ,' x 1 N' . ' K l r ff x V! S xv! . IIY7 I -x.. Mai. 'QW W 1, N Q .,r+.. ,A fn ? 'S " V t, 1 ,Q , 4 f. w If .1 rg, pf wx f 1 75-'Z 'S Will The 40 Donkey basketball Real Donkey Stand Up? 3 wa I ff' XB 5 Hey there. Hi there. Ho tl1erel This year, the Blair Yearbook roving reporter decid- ed to turn the tables and interview one of the star donkeys in the annual Donkey Basketball game - Gingers Here is a small portion of the interview: Reporter: ln your own words, describe the game for us. Gin- ger: Okay, shortly after we arrived at the school. the team members showed up. The only difference that l could see between us and the players was that they were sitting on top of us. We soon got to know our partners rear. . . oops, l mean real well. We lined up, and then that buzzer rang. We heard the team braying, l mean pray- ing that they would win. The first half went rather slow. One for Blair, One for Muir. and so on and so on. Then all of th sudden, things changed. lt became one fo Blair, two for Muir. l think that when tha started to happen, Ben got a bit excite, all of the sudden, the clean-up crex tore out on the court to clean up the mes he made. Oh, I was so embarrassed fo him. The second half picked up a bit. just bit. More baskets were scored, mor shouting came from the crowd, and ther' were more appearances from the clean-ui crew. Finally, after twelve minutes wer! up. Muir had won, 60-58. What a grea accomplishment for their school! All in al it was a great game. but boy. we werl pooped! : fr, e 'F ,-, Left: "Anybody have any suggestions for getting this donkey to move?" pleads Tony Russel. Above: No Misty Tolbert. you have to stay onthe donkey. No cheating. please! Below: Sonja Lewis tries to keep falling on her ass - or is that on her ass? Z? what 'liv1'L" S l giu-.azfifift Tm .5 fi. ji' - nfs. T 1. f ' '- iwffwiz.. Opposite page. Top left: l'lI go my way, you go yours. iii O.K, Charles: Far left: On your marks. get set . . .GOI Center left: "Heads I sit on you. Tails you sit on me" said Tiny Vaugns to his donkey. Donkey basketball 4I X XX X , of XX ,V T h e event of ' ' S p r i n g Show" is inevita- bly anticipated by the student body and participants every year. Countless hours of practice and effort are put into this spec- tacular presentation. The repertoire contains everything from Broadway X show songs performed in casual dress, to contemporary songs in formal attire. Mr. Co- day is the major inspiration behind Kaleido- scope. He is the director and producer, a diffi- cult job which he executes patiently. ln the end, this patience and dedication, in conjunction with the cooperation and hard work of the cast- Kaleido- scope turns out to be the show to see. X X 42 Kaleidescope G I. ,BRL .X y X , W new N -cf H' f 1 x.f X 3011- 1 4.4 i 2' it I i vvfv -Y..-v,,.-.- ,, X X- , 1 ,, N -J X, ff f f J M ,X . -If Kaleidescope 43 X x This years drama class was com- posed of mostly first timers. Yet. they all had the need and ability to place themselves in the shoes of others. ln- spired by the success of last years per- formances, they were determined to do well, f. HK-XX Rom!! D, if . . . 1,32 ...B i I f 'QT As the director, Mr, Coday concen- trated on the development of acting skills and the importance of creativity. To overcome their weaknesses and reach their expected goals, these dra- ma members depended on their sense of humor, responsibility, self discipline, and the guidance of Mr. Coday. The curiosity and enthusiasm in dra- matic arts resulted in another fine cast of participants. and another fantastic performance. H11 J A--v. -i. X x 'TSIYS . xx "U-uno-. W I I Q Q A 1 ' 5 'Si' i Na, 36 2? . , O if ie. it Q . s- il A3 I 'QQ Q 48 Prom 5 ll h 4 .tg i VRONX XQSA acei Y asv '?Xa-La xxoxex - Vw exixog X0 V at ack-se, Gdex 'aodiekow Yami and Yavixee we Nh0'EgXCQX'51'X'6g T eme. CoXovs-axese ouoz Xlxie, ke a Nxeaox 'xo Xaex O o xl ooieeq we 1 YXONN Song W. - 4 Y - vin +.,, IQIQAIDUAIIU - The moment we have waited for - GRADUATION! Seniors have been looking forward to graduation since September I6. Our four years have been filled with fond memories to look back on. High school has given us the friends and memories that will be cherished for a lifetime. United together through class activi- ties, sports, and friendships we have learned and matured because of each oth- er, Now that the final day is approaching. we realize how much we are going to miss Blair. our friend. and the fun we have en- ioyed. We will now be introduced to new ex- periences. A door is opened towards the future. Of course the memories of Blair will remain with us - the happiness, the sorrow, the laughter, and the tears. We will leave here and everything will turn into memories which will reflect upon the rest of our lives. 50 Graduation 51 t Sl! Ee . .J -- -----'- 4- - fr '- Clst QIDIDQI bye 1-.xg ,lx -A 0' v F N - ffwfwf ' 4' Nb , .- I - ."+.-A f J' x I rv Q- . -,.-VX '1"' ' , ,.-u,- .X , ', 3,13 .1 .Q R . ' . n, Q , . 9, .L'..- Q-A Li., 5 ., . ,4 ' -.-c ,rw . 1. Mr -' " A , n x .-1-, v e-' ' , 4 fa' I 5 . . 4 ' P .xi 52 candads 'C-H ,--of 'iw du, i b .1 45:11 , JI J, 7 V '.Q - A. , FJ, , 3 X J ! x x '12 1 'ar Candids Sa I' A 1 41 .A .1 1 .4 4 Making a lot of Racket Mr. Charles Lamb was the advisor for yet another active sports club. Tennis. The main purpose of the club was to finance the boys and girls tennis teams. In order to raise money for team uniforms they arranged a mug sale in the fall. This proved to be very popular for parents and students alike because of the attractive design of the Blair Viking on the mugs. lt was a good idea for Christmas presents too. Other activities of this lively bunch in- cluded a ten-a-thon. Students were spon- sored by various people according to the number of games played. This brought in quite a bit of money. The election of officers was a big event because the' strong cabinet is what kept the club on its feet. The club was headed by Presidents Philip Kramer and Henry Willis, Vice-President Chi Vo, Secretary Alex Palmer. Treasurer Elke Kostelac. l983 turned out to be a fun year for all and the tennis teams appreciated the club's help. 54 Tennis -,W I l l l 1, ll Above: Nick Woods is ama ed at the effectiveness of his top spin. Left: Henry Willis concentrates gravely on hitting the ball. l i l l Q-141 Row I: Leticia Lara. Lisa O'NeiI, Alan Spee. Irene Hernandez. Heather Hartman. Lulu Fou. Katya Armistead. Row 2: Rose Ann Virzi. Grace Schwemmer, Andy Wagner, Jen Dakan. Judy Hsu. Lynda Hopkins, Samar Masri. Leanne Robertson. Row 3: Ken Lake. John Delaney. Emily Wong. Roger Krieg. Katie Carlson. Monica Gonzalez. Lena Masri. Sylvia Schwemmer. Donation of Time and Care Blair underwent a beautification pro- cess this year thanks to the unending en- ergy of the members of the Red Cross club. Benches and bathrooms were paint- ed and the campus was cleaned up. Many members of the club are also members of the Pasadena Red Cross Asso- ciation and greatly contributed to the club with many ideas for fundraisers and ac- tivities. One of the main activities sponsored by the club was the annual blood drive which proved to be quite successful despite the number of people who aren't particularly fond of needles. The Red Cross Club did much volunteer work around the campus and in the com- munity. Their hard work will always be appreciated. :lv 0 I , f ' ' l -! - t. ll ' Above. Rower Krieg Kat Armistead, and Matt Thornton proudly display an award earned at Red ' X 3-A . E , Cross Camp. Right: Jackie Osborne. Leticica Lara. Emily Wong, Sylvia Schwemmer, and Lulu Fou seek shelter from the sun under a tree. Red Cross 55 H 1 Going Places, eeing New Faces . . . This year Blair played host to four AFS students: Kevin Armaratunga from Sri Lanka, Sania Basic from Yugoslavia, Shaunagh Mullett from England and Ka- trien Vermeulen from Belgium. Each one shared tales of their country, ways of life and feelings regarding American living. The purpose of the club was to create interest and excitement in Blair students concerning the opportunities to make ap- plication themselves. No matter where the destination. the experience would in- evitably be remembered and could possi- bly change their way of thinking, as well as life. Mrs. Gladys Roshko was a lively and ac- tive advisor. Many activities were ar- ranged throughout the year. A Christmas Row If Sonia Basic. Shaunagh Mullett. Katrien Vermeulen, Kevin Armara- tunga. Row 2: Advisor Mrs. Gladys Roshko, Rita Khalaf, Allison Hopkins. Heather Hartman. Amanda Fox. Jessica Lambert, Lynda Hopkins, Tawny Cates. Row 3: Monica Hadsell, Jeremie Basmaiian, Elizabeth Morgan. Syl- via Schwemmer. Lulu Fou, Veronica Ramirez. Emily Wong. Grace Schwem- mer. Row 4: Eleazar Vita. Christine Miele, Sean Boyd. Liz Hebgan, Missy Miele. Scott Bass. Louisa Tong. Karen Baldeschwieler. Nikki Takarabe. party involving international foods and traditions made the students a little less homesick during the holiday season. Fol- lowing this came a week of hard, but en- ioyable. work on the Rose Parade floats. A picnic in the spring and a summer beach party brought an exciting end to the visit- ing students' fun-filled year in America f 4' - . yt I Sf " A F.S. 'if elaney. Karen Baldeschwieler, and Kevin Armaratunga gather around the piano for a sing-song. Left: Shaunagh Mullett and Katrien Vermeulen try to adjust to the bright California sun. Above: John D Row If Charlie Blinkenberg. Keith Sherry. Victor Gallardo. Mike Stokes. ' ' b lI.R w3: Ted Koch. Row 2: Darcey Estes, Vannia De La Cuba, Miko Camp e o ' Ol a Castaneda Farouzan Faridian. Deirdre Benn, Rita Kha- Mona Masrl. g . laf. Jeremie Basmaiian. Row 4: Thereza Oghoorian. Anita Ojha. Samar Masri. Lynda Hopkins. Maggie Porcell. Advisor Monsieur Liden, Rick Nowak. """-s':.- iuu l 'Nusa- m"w.im1 i ! P"'1t"' Wim Vita. fn-.N M ,1 .4 f K If 'M' "'-j'--K .. gre- .. S t ' ' ..........-fIfF" " Ki ""'f:ti:c' 4 y-.5 -eff 2 1- . LIZ-73--"Z7", .. '--' if ' j J N .. t. fi c 4 - K 135 f ' -' J I..----"L-"jf--' 'I , .wi 'i --"'ff"'.--"'3 r '. V . 'Q . 1 P i -U..--pd 1-M Q' . ,-J .1 ,p va. 4 ea e , ltr'-ai f 'lL---"'li-"Q-"'f'f'C- " iEir3-n,,.- , ' - ",,-' .f"'L,1l.,- lllmnf ,ff"',,-r-!f-"l.."',- I ' -" ,Z ft if ,tif --Ivy, :'F""y ,".TT5i:5Li.-eff" ,L tr Niall: ru 'lg --' h ,.-. 11 yr! - pt' y' 'pall I. .jing , .t U I , 5 I . :fu 1 ' f ' ' W1 f ff r' I 5il'i - 1' I -. L: . 'vi . .L It ' 1 ,flu , ' b ' I ' A 'gt' of .,, , Ill 3, I , pt . j all Q7 ' X ' if A N vt , ly l l ' . , i .. . .lg t fp ' " f -'nm N 5' l'i , K," 4,1 gm- 1 I t H. A Above: Charlie Blinkenberg does an impression of a seduc .A Z rf' X lui:-9 ll-lull f I IJ .gs--a,"'!, Sgt ' 1 I I ki X INA, l ... x K tive Frenchman. Right: Rick Nowak recalls the experience of a French breakfast Le Club ist Chic Imagine this: lt is early morning and for breakfast you are having a croissant and cafe au Iait. You later see a French movie and dine at a French restaurant. Where are you? ln France? No. you are a member of Blair's French Club. Headed by Mr. Olaf Liden, the club pro- vided its members with a French atmo- sphere and gave them a taste of what France is actually like without having to visit the country. The club dined at French restaurants, saw hundreds of slides from Europe. en- 'o ed numerous French movies and even I Y had an occasional French breakfast ln class. Learning about French culture, cuisine. and history made learning the language all the more fun. Vive le French Club!! French 57 -1-r Always there with a helping hand The Z-Club sailed through the year with success. Among the many activities were, chocolate sucker sales, pinning up posters for the California Institute of Technology, parties for the handicapped children at Roosevelt School and a career day for young womcn. These services were geared to provide for the community. This year the Z-Club sponsored a cam- paign to help beautify the Blair campus. With the help of A.S.B. and the Red Cross Club the amphitheater benches were sanded and painted. President Katya Ar- mistead feels the success of the club is due to the effort and dedication of its members, FN , if ' sf" 58 Z Club 1 1.rq,, , Row li Jeannie Pursel, Cecelia Vaughns, Rita Khalaf. Paula Chan. Rowlf Lul Fou. Thereza Oghoorian. Katya Armistead. Lynda Hopkins, Leslie Concholj lar. Row 3: Sanda Cramer Bornamann. Forouzan Faridian. Julie Anderson Elizabeth Morgan, Gabby Simms. Above: Katya Armistead entertains the children with a puppet show, Left: Jeannie Pursel watches everyone enjoying themselves. ,,--,.,.,.,t- v ,YYY .- N Setting High Standards fow If Lulu Fou. Eleazar Vita, Edith Morrison. Karen Baldeschweiler, Luis lahn. Row 2: Vinh Do. Elizabeth Morgan, Sylvia Schwemmwer. Veronica Iamirez, Emily Wong. Louisa Tong. Row 3: Samar Masri, Advisor Mrs. Judy 'aylor. Row 4: Frank Renzullo, Monica Hadsell, Amanda Fox, Janet Yang. tdalia Desamparado, Micki Ly. Mona Masri. Row 5: Charni Lewis, David Duinnones, Nick Woods. Roger Krieg, Micheal LeFlore, Hassan Carroll, ena Masri. Thais Beck. .nv ' .a' A435 .kb 1, . 1,-aa. .fa tx, bove: Lulu Fou and Miki Ly pose before taking to the ocean blue in their catamaran. Right: Louisa Tong ets caught with her hand in the cookie jar. California Scholarship Federation kept up the tradition of being one of the most productive clubs on campus this year. Their ability to organize and complete projects is equal to the successes and ac- complishments they have achieved indi- vldually. The major goal of the club is to raise money for senior scholarships. The fun- draisers included a chocolate sale and a Thanksgiving gram sale. Another respon- sibility the club has had every year is hosting a Christmas tea for the faculty. Mrs. Taylor, the advisor for many years, encourages students to join if they meet the requirements and are willing to participate in the many activities. C.S.F. fb... Big Time Film Production Club Scene I: Location: Deck of starship Yam Yanker with Captain Quirk, Dr. Sam McSpock, George Jetson, Buckwheat Rog- ers. Big Time Space Scene Action Type Movie Take one: Dr. Joe Mama: You're mad! Percy the Thingless: l'm not mad: l'm gay! George Jetson: They've got Dr. Joe Mama. Buckwheat Rogers: Da murl metound tien- tis ob piziodogicul endebers. Capt. Quirk: We're now out for re- venge. Dr. Sam McSpock: Yessss! Aand Cut! That's a print! Scene 2: Location: Small command shack: Korea l95l with Major Gaylord, Capt. Franks, Chick, Private Rog, Radio Chuck, Chaplain Walker, Peters, Lt. McKeever, Corporal Dork. The Strike - Take one: Major Gaylord: Chick, l'm fighting my own private section of the war Chick: You look like you could use a little sleep . . . yourself. Franks: What are the odds, Major? Lt. McKeever: You mean you don't know, Qpausej Sir? Peters: That's good. Radio Chuck: Razor Red, this is Razor Blue C.P., over. Private Rog: Request permission to use the latrine, Sir. Chaplain Walker: You're a butcher! A stu- pid Butcher! Corporal Dork: OY! OY! Insert several commercials. , C l X 'mea Lf 51 6 Ui 6 2235 102,29 O 53? 335 as F5 Below: Michael Culross Jr. and John Cameron Swazey on the set of the Emmy Award winning "Timex: Nuclear Bomb" commercial. Above: The International Beer Tasting Society of Pasadena, Ca. goes on the air. y lAMNp...Cu7l Oy, 60 B T F.P.C. l 1 Row I: GQ Jim, Stupid Rog, Little Kenny Lake, Goofy Thorton. Row 2: Rhasta Dirt. Doug DeNootbar, Bobby Nosesome, Born Ready Rick. Jeff Buddy Koch. Dave Caple's friend, Hattenin' Matt. J' :W X 5. e wake " 'T - K' wot, ' ' "' 1 :- . . " ' , --A-.. . Q- W -2.1-....,,.:.1.' V - Abovef John Peterson finds Philip Kramer's mouth much more challenging than an ordinary golf tee. Below: 'Goodnessl I have to go to the bathroom!" exclaims Jeff Hurst. T Row lf Greg Hurst. Mark Kramer. John Bodenshot. Row 2: John - Maisterra. Amy Provence. Martha Conner. John Peterson. Row 3: Jeff Hurst. Chris Moore. Philip Kramer. Pat Brandt. Advisor Mr. Charles Lamb. Did Someone Say They Just Shot A Birdie ?! This new club teed off under the direc- tion of Mr. Charles Lamb. The students who joined were taught step-by-step. from the E89 to the green. the not-so-sim- ple game of golf. The most thrilling and rewarding activi- ties for the club were golf tournaments at various courses in the area, including the Eaton Canyon Golf Course. These were very successful, and through the exper- ience of playing at different places and in competition with others, they gained con- fidence and excitement from an other- wise dull game. Through the success of this year, the club is destined to go many more rounds at Blair. Golf 6l Pride Of The Latinos Though the Latino American Student Association began over ten years ago, it is still a very influential and active part of the school. The club's main purpose is to help members unite and share cultural heritage. L.A.S.A. organized several ac- tivities this year that were held with great success. These events included the L.A.S.A. Homecoming Dance, a very wet carwash and a delicious candied apple sale. These activities allowed the club to raise enough money for their Graduation Ball. Once again, Mr. lbarra, the advisor. with the help of every member of the club made this year's long efforts result in the unification of the Latin Americans at Blair. Row I: Febronio Bugarian. Dolores Quezada, Sylvia Aguilar. Gricelda Amezquita. Martha Bugarian. Mar- garita Rosales, Maria Aguilar. Row 2: Horacio Alamo, Lucinda Espouza, Regina Marino, Conception Muro. Matilde Sora. Castelia Bugarian, Narcisa Mundo. Araceli Galvan, Elia Terriquez. Row 3: Byron Garcia, Juan Charcas, Maria Amaya. Diana Amaya, Rigo- ,', ,,,, Below left: Esmeralda Bugarian chuckles to herself while meditating. Below: Juan Murillo practices grinning at the camera for his modeling career - Gricelda is quite uninterested by it alll ' , . ,., A-5351 Ag, ,ag-,.,L,wnt4li5-"il" 001533,-td' ' 'T berto Arias. Martha Quintero, Victor Esquibel, Delia Campos. Ada Romero, Esmralda Bugarin. Row 4: Fer- nando Medina. Maria de Casas. German Herrera. Christopher Vignati, Afonzo Jara. Flavio Castanrda. Juan Murillo. Fidel Hernandez. Pedro Caishpal, Narciso Monge. Bertha Nestor. 62 L.A.S.A. 'i N ,.,-eg -ef" ,paw J l 1' ,v,.,,,, Row I: Concepcion Muro, Maria Amaya, Gricelda Amezquita. Row 2: Dagoberto Avila, Regina Marino. Mr. Aaron Sotello. Diana Amaya. Martha Quintero. Culture Learned and Experienced Out of the many organizations at Blair High, M.E.C.H.A. is one of the oldest and most dedicated to cultural learning. Mo- viento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan's main goal is to organize and unite the Hispanic community. Throughout the years the club has encour- aged its members to become involved in their school and community. M.E.C.H.A. members sponsored a profit- able fundraising campaign. The campaign was launched with a dance, car wash, and candy sales. ln honor of Cinco de Mayo mem- bers helped A.S.B. organize an assembly to commemorate this holiday. Advisor Mr. Aaron Sotello has motivated members to become interested in their his- panic culture and to share their knowledge with the student body. Below right: Oh well, l guess there are to be some days when you iust don't want to smile. Below left: Mr. Sotello does a double take as his students begin their version of the Mexi- can Hat Dance. -an L4 . ' .wg l M.E.C.H.A. 63 The Performing Arts Hit a High Note Pick any day during lunchtime to visit the Drama and Chorus room on campus and you will find the room filled with sweet Harmonious voices of BIair's presti- gious chorus, directed by Mr. James Co- day, The group performed at various ho- tels, clubs and churches with their major shows being the annual Christmas concert in the winter, and Kaleidoscope in the spring. Enrollment in the Drama classes was low. and ineligibility lists further depleted class size. Due to this situation. the year was used mainly as a learning and growing period. Though many plays were re- hearsed, few were performed. Lastly but not least, the performance of the year. the event that practically the entire city looks forward to, what the members of chorus and drama build up to every year, KALEIDESCOPEIIIH This annual event allows the students to display their talents in both singing and acting. ,J A.. l Above: Allan Spee finds his role boring and falls asleep. Belo Kelly Jackson holds a note for five minutes before collapsing DramafChorus Row I: Kristine Karipedes, Jackie Osborne, Teresa Gutierrez, Melinda Smith, Kellie McAllister Sania Basic. Row 2: Heather Daniels, Martha Diaz, Irene Hernandez, Margarita Rosales, Mari Estacio. Allan Spee, Judy Hsu. Row 3: Clea Karipides, Tina, Michelle Colee, Mutsko Sata, Am Provence, Julie Castro, Lisa O'Neill. Rose Ann Virzi, Lynda Hopkins. Row 4: Grace Schwemme Andy Wagner. Emily Wong, Kelly Jackson, Sandra Coria, Liz Hebgan, Eric Oberholtzer, Davi Quinones. John Delany, Jennifer Dakan, Katie Carlson. itaiisi 4 Samphone Phongsa. a friend. and Kim Phongsa all cuddle to stay warm for the long car ride ahead. Below. Michael doesn't feel threatened at all by the fist being flashed in face. Making Themselves at Home Asian students new to Blair as well as America, felt at home at Blair with the help of the East-West club. The aim of the club was to help Orientals who just came from another country get used to their new surroundings. Fortune cookie and Almond cookie sales early in the year brought much attention to the club. During Thanksgiving weekend the club went on an overnight camping trip, organized by club presidents. Lulu Fou and Eleazar Vita. The trip was enjoyed immensely by all members. Later in the year. they went to the beach, bowling, and even had lunch in Chinatown. All members enjoyed each others com- pany. activities. and time spent together. Row If Michael Park. Lulu Fou. Amanda Fox. Jocelyn Hsieh. Sha Ying Cheng. Patty Mac. Ray Dimacali. Row 2: Micki Ly. Christine Mac, Ms. Charlene Lew. Mrs, Margaret Lopez. Victor Gallardo. Huy Trinh, Kim Phongsa. Row 3. Junus Halim. Jimmy Sun. Janet Yang, Louisa Tong, Fadjar Oct. Nikki Takarabe. Emily Wong. Jenny Chang, Hoan Do. Row 4: Advisor Mr. Jim Hsu, Nam Luii. Wen-Sheng Zhu. Byung-Hak Cho. Warren Ke. Danny Sun. Richard Tong. David Deleon. Johnathon Deleon. William Han. Suthala Sayphraraj. Somphone Phongsa. East-West 6? as Q All the Right Moves This year's Gaming Club was undoubt- edly the most productive it has ever been. Under the direction of Mr. Charles Lamb this elite group of students met everyday during their lunch hour to match their wits. Among the games played at the meet- ings were Traveller, Star Frontiers, Time Quest. Whopper Wars, and Squad Leaders that's only naming a few. The games they played included nearly every game in ex- istence. According to one of the club members, one of the aims of the club was, "To find the mystery of the universe" Cwhy Blair's cafeteria food is so noxiousj. if 66 Gaming -qi I n l l Far above: Kevin Lauderdale finds a new use for a Star Trek game piece Above: Andy Wagner finds little amusement in the fact that he's lost four straight games. Row If Mike LeFlore. Row 2: Kevin Lauderdale, Randall Jack- son, Pam Schoonhaven. Seana Boyd, Scott Procter. Row 3: Chris Knaubeur. Chris Crowder. Robert Evans, Henry Willis. YI ff? Lb Z, Q ,?f a"'Nf-,N fin, PW .asf r . ,Jaw Mfivv aJff0 CAWF 70 nf-460 MU57' E0 4- ffffv-W. Above: Liz Tremblay has an inspiration for another cartoon during another boring lecture. Top: "Man who came to dinner must go." A cartoon by Leticia Lara. Right: Row I: Lulu Fox. Leticia Lara. Row 2: Mr. Garden. Judi Hsu. Row 3: Cesar Nufio. Elizabeth Tremblay. What Characters! Throughout the year Mr. Jerry Garden led his small but successful band of car- toonists in a quest for recognition. The purpose of the club was to further the students' interests and develop their skills in cartooning. They achieved both goals by successfully producing amusing and professional looking cartoons for the school newspaper, the North Star. ln fact. some work was considered good enough by Mr. Garden to be submitted to Pasa- dena's local newspaper, the Star News. Each member had their own unique ap- proach to cartooning and everyone ob- tained some degree of personal gain by being a part of this club. Cartooning 67 Food-A Cultural Experience Through the Spanish club. headed by Dr. Battaglia. Hispanic culture was learned and enjoyed by all students. The club discovered the best aspects of Span- ish and Mexican-American life through cultural, historic and gourmet events. Food, being one of the most important and inviting parts of learning the culture, was enjoyed at many of the Mexican res- taurants in Pasadena. A fun time was had by all when the group went to Olvera Street to enjoy the exciting atmosphere of an authentic Mexican street scene. Each member enjoyed one another and the activities that were arranged. The Spanish club at Blair was once again a great success! Below right: Dr. Battaglia covers up the indigestion from last night's Casa Maria party with a smile. Right: Sheri Castro carries on a conversation in Span- ish. but Kelly Jackson doesn't understand a word. mm"'! Row I: Louis Khan, Lulu Fou, .loannie Virzi, Miki Ly, Niki Takarabe. Eleadon Vita. Row 21 Kristen Karipideo, Lisa Nelez, Kevi Regopoulos. Mr. Jack Battaglia. Row 3: Jackie Julie Lyne, Sheri Castro, Harold Hurtato. n Mills, Amanda Fox, Yiota Osho rne, Frank Renzullo Spanish ,4, Q h Above: There's a big prize for the person who can put on the funniest face. Below: Gricelda Amezquita smiles sweetly at a friend. ,frm n-If New Club Gains Support. A new group on campus, the Latin Agers, captured the attention of the stu- dent body. The main purpose of the club was to raise money for scholarships for eligible Latino students. The club had many activities, including trips to Disneyland, Magic Mountain, OI- vera Street, and Catalina Island. Fun- draisers included a candy sale, a candy apple sale, and a car wash. These activi- ties were successful in raising the money needed to fund scholarships. The club looks forward to continuing for many years and hopes that its efforts will result in enriching education for the Latino students. Row I: Dora Gardea, Carmen Hererra, Zoila Herrra. Romelia Sanchez. Row 2: Mr. Mario Gallo, Maria Her- nandez, Maria Monie, Marianna Martinez, German Hererra, Ruben Garcia. Row 3: Chris Vignati, Fidek Hernandez, Marcelino Sanchez, Maria de Casas. Fer- nando Medina, Ada Romero. Latin Agers 69 -f i A Handful of Fun Among the more unique groups at Blair was the Sign Language Club. All interested students joined Ms. Fleischer in learning the art of sign language because they be- lieve it is important and helpful to be able to communicate with the deaf. Everyone met during lunchtime every- day to learn sign language and to watch Row l: Elaine Vilhauer Row 3: Francine Dure Robin Howell. 1 11 rm. .... , ? :MW , Mai La. Row 2: Trina Gitchuway, Marlon Torres. Deirdre Benn, Yolanda Woods berg, Fred Sevaiian, Damon Powell, Terry Howell, Advisor Vera Fleischer. Row 4 -,w at xv g Ig, Q: 3 sf, f V W --.AWK 15 ll H9 514.5 I It A closed captioned films which they all en- joyed. 70 Sign Language :wat -I K. ' l X i f' ' A n ,XXX X x Above: One member explains War and Peace to another member, Cin sign languagej. Left: No. Ms. Fleischer is not dancing. she's talking to her class. 2: Maral Gourdikian, Annick Downhower, ow I. Leticia Lara. Rita Khalaf. Elizabeth Morgan. Row heresa Oghoorian. Linda Hopkins, Elizabeth Trembley. Row 3. Tommy Blair. Elke Kostelac. Advisor s. Downhower. Judy Hsu. .,,,, 90 if fu vw- I ., " F ' 0 1 ,V Wm. 1 - YA!! .L,'2',l . ifiga ,Pit-',',tN X 'jul' 1-.,,i,. it ' fi rst'-'l ' Ei j?:i 3 -a'1vk1-'- . 1:5 - :A 1-'tv 4: T f f r - ,f .,. L. 5 gf '31 ja. 1 Above: Ms. Downhower gets all wrapped up in the "Great American Smoke-Out .Rlghtz Judy Hsu gets in position to film the first episode of "Adventures at Blair High SchooI." Budding Movie Buffs The Film Fan Club met occasionally with Ms. Downhower and Mrs. Russell to men- tally and socially enjoy quality films to- gether. Among the films they saw were "Star- struck," "Rear Window." and "Fannie and Alexander." Other activities included a pleasant visit to the Barnstall Art Museum. The club chose some unique and beauti- ful designs for buttons which they sold in October. This project proved to be a very prosperous one. Their major activity for the year was to sponsor the "Great American Smoke-Out. They showed a film about smoking and passed around pamphlets. An idea, which was very popular with the student body, was to rent videos and view them after school. It was activities like this that made the Film Fan Club one of the most enjoyable. Film Fan 7l Swiftness on the Snowy Slopes During the Spring break of I984, stu- dents of Blair took to the slopes of the picturesque mountain area of Creste Butte in Colorado. In preparation for this exciting annual trip, the large and eager group of eighty students had helpful dem- onstrations on the use and care of equip- ment and ski safety. Ski films were an en- ioyable part of the program. In November, the club went to see Warren Miller's fea- ture length film, "Ski Time" at the Shrine Auditorium, for the benefit of the Handi- capped Skiers Foundation of California. The ski trip itself was very successful. Everyone went skiing during the day, re- turning in the afternoon or early evening to their comfortable and semi luxurious T . - suites. Six to eight people accommodated a suite and shared a common cooking fa- cility. i The trip was aimed at providing an op- portunity for students to enjoy the com- pany of other students ,through the sport of skiing. X The trip was not only exciting and ex- hilarating, but it was also a great way of keeping fit, a much needed benefit during a week which centered around eating as much as skiing. Row I: Katie Carlson, Roger Janson. Neal Anderson. Mark Kramer, Shoshi Buge, Michelle Wopshall, Alex Palmer. Elke Kostelac, Sandra Cramer, Leslie Concholar. Row 2, David Ochoa, Chris Brandt, Greg Hurst, Tracy Thorton, Melissa Goodell, Stacy Wales, Margot McBath, Tracy Scarborough, Pam Kennedy, Ann Griffith. Amy Savoie, Sophie Monteroso. Row 3: Garnett Johnson, Ann'Wilson, Gabby Sims, Pili Goddard, Jen Dakan, Lisa O'NeilI. Emily Savoie, Sheri Parker, Veronica Ramirez, Scott Bass, Mindy Lewis, Annie Kikuchi, Dee Wilson, Dianna Lau, Ken Lake. Nanci Cook. Row 4: Matt Inman. Chris Callton, Mike Kenyon, lvan Zawinal, Ain Cocke. Michelle Dakan, Kristen Knudsen, Jeff Husrt, Jason Cardonne, Alan Spee, Ed Vita, Rosanne Virzi. Liz Carlson. Row 5: Roger Krieg John Maisterra, Joe Begaard. Paul Bodenshot, Brad Pickering, Kevin Turk, Leanne Robertson. Monique Kirkorian, Jennifer Gordon, Barbara Davis, Ms. Jane Wyckoff. Row 6: Erika Solis, Mitsuko Sala, Doug Galindo, Jima lkegawa, Monica Gonzales. 7 Ski l had ylf' . .V A ' ' 4- 'U v .milk 0331 y. ' P' ' :95b'l-, Y, j fifijiwf v..g. '1,' " q - 1 Above: Ted Stokes loses himself in a forest of skis. Above right: Five I cool dudes group for he apres Cafteri - ski entertainment. Right: "It's too late now to discover you suffer from Jertigo." exclaims Kevin Turk. I ' I Pressing for details Under the direction of Ms. Virginia Ber- retini, the newspaper staff provided Blair with one of its most informative sources of student life on the Blair Campus, the North Star. The newspaper provided Blair students with up-to-date school issues, student life, sports, editorials, movie reviews, con- tests, puzzles and even a personal advice column. In addition to writing responsibilities, fundraisers, such as candy and cookie sales, proved to be a necessity in support- ing the newspaper. Some returning writers took supple- mentary courses to enhance their journal- ism, and indeed the results were favor- able. ln addition to the regular issues, a liter- ary magazine was compiled under the di- rection of Ms. Berretini and co-editor Lena Masri. The journal included articles and stories written by various contribut- ing student writers. The North Star staff wrote off yet an- other successful year. , W , . 'Tx 74 North Star I -Y I Y J Row I: Lena Masri, Hassan Carroll, Sandra Kramer. Row 2: Toni Alva, Lynette Williams, Elizabetl Tremblay. Monique Craft, Ms. Berretini, Nancy De Jour. Row 3: Cesar Nufio, Vaughn "Tiny" Rex Jennifer Chalew, Randal Jackson, Randy Hurst. l I I fu Q Q qp f fsat-M., 4 . - ,, 3' ey. 1' V .h 1 I Pfff' . 'L-tg ' , ,. ...ri -',a?2.,j!,p'lf,,qpF-5 I gf", . K I . I ' , vii 'Q-A 35452 . . st., t X .ty .ut mf ,fy v f .xl .J . A M . . W i 1. xi g h 4, W fy. if ,--. A . .f -, K, .. -. . L - .fn V Above: Hassan Carrolll Stop looking at the photographers legs and get on with your workl Left: Ms Berretini takes time out from her busy schedule to smile at the photographer. ll Andrea Ellison. Teresa White. Diane Jones. Mrs. Brookins. Row 2: Becky Johnson, Danaka Pam Teasley, Lisa Rivers. Tonya Barnes. Row 3: Brandon Bowlin, Derek James. Marcus Dawson. Bolton, Jose Kalil. Zina Abram. Balloons, Success and Understanding The members of the Black Students Union this year were some of the most active Blair has seen. Mrs. Phyllis Broo- kins helped organize many fundraisers during the year. In sunny October they held a very successful Halloween Balloon Gram sale. On Halloween day the black and orange balloons were to be seen brightly bobbing around Blair in the hands of many students. Thanksgiving was also a successful time for raising money. A Can Food Drive was held which proved to be very popular with everyone as it involved foodl The mail service, put on for Valentine's X1 Z' . I . A ight: B.S.U.'s successful Balloon Gram Sale. Above: Eric Bland dreams of the good time he is going to ave at the B.S.U. Halloween dance. Day, played cupid for many couples and touched the hearts of all sentimentalists. Probably one of the most important and exciting days for the B.S.U. was the annual celebration of Martin Luther King Day. Through these enjoyable activities in which not only the B.S.U. was involved but the whole school, the promotion of black awareness was accomplished. B.S.U 5 Council Creates Club Spirit This year's Inter Club Council continued to be successful with the help of presi- dents Anthony Cole and Kelly Jackson. The objective of the club was to provide better communication between A.S.B. and the club members. Attendance was low at several meetings but the productivity was not limited. The club is still new to Blair and many changes and improvements are being made. Right: Pucker up. Kelly, for all your fans. Below right: Shelly and Brian soak up the sun instead of going to a meeting. ...Q-v""' J :Fm J' 76 I.C.C. EL. Row l: Katya Armistead. Lulu Fou, Lisa O'Neill. Row 2: Shelly Serrurier, Emily Wong, Liz Hebgan. Julie Castro. Row 3: Sandy Coria. Kelly Jackson. Brlan Stevens. David Quinones, Mindy Lewis. lluntingtvl 24.- B.A.S.l. C. Learning A new and exciting club joined the di- verse family of clubs at Blair this year - the Computer Club. The club was headed by Mr. Sam Mc- Donald. Members were taught the basic mechanics needed to operate a computer. Beginning computer users learned intro- ductory computer graphics using fur- nished software such as BASIC. Others went on to more advanced computer lan- guages such as FORTRAN, COBOL, and PASCAL. Members experienced marvelous and entertaining graphics by creating three- dimensional graphics of intricate geomet' rical form. All met daily after school to play various games and work on their personal pro- grams and most of all, to have fun on the tool of the future. Left: A bunch of computer fanatics gather around to exchange video experiences. Below left: Nikki Ta- karabe studies a program for a Video game. Row lt Robert Evans. Chris Knabenbauer. Hoan Do. Row 2: Mike Leflore. V't Jud Hsu. Row 3: Brian Saylor. Fadiar Oei. Nikki Takarabe, Eleazar i a, y John Stoie. David Deleon. Jonathan Deleon. hm.. -5 .xx .sm-is ' as Q-N, W ' alt Computer 77 Practice Victory X 02 1 T Volleyball G ins Strength The Varsity team. coached by Ms. Pat McCummins, showed strong effort and determination in completing a respect- able season. With the record of four wins and six losses they took fourth place in their league. The team consisted of four players returning from last years Varsity team. four from last years Junior Varsity team. and three brand new players. Out- standing team members included Isaura Perez. Kim Johnson, Michelle Calloway. and the youngest, Joanie Virzi, who was only a sophomore. Ms. McCummins feels that this years experience will help con- tribute to the strength of next years team. Coach Herb Cohen took pride in his Ju- nior Varsity Volleyball team's winning season. With their great skill and spirit, they won the intercity championships for the third consecutive year. Their season overall, had eleven wins and four losses. Starting players. lrene Hernandez. Esmer- elda Bugarin. Ada Romero, Kim Rodriguez, Beatrix Galavan, and Leticia Ornelas, con- tributed a great deal to the team's suc- cess. The continuation of these players promises both a strong J.V. and Varsity team in the years to come. in--v Top: VARSITY TEAMT Front: Renee Ellison, Angie Duarte. Silvia Agular. Betina Gonzalez, Ann Kikuchi, Back: Anna Amaral, Isaura Perez. Michelle Calloway, Joanie Virzi, Aileen Galindo, Coach Pat McCummins. Above: The Varsity Volleyball team takes time out to pose for a picture. Right: An ace serve has been launched by Betina Gonzalez. XY Varsity J. Varsity r""""i"""' . .+ 1 r argl We ,,,'f"' ,-. .... A W, , K -Nt-"Qt .11 , , f ,f ,WMV . V , ..M-' I , at 0 I - I 4, Mrs' . , ' JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM Front Raw: Reza Galindo. Suzie Butler. Caste- Iia Bugarin, Olga Castaneda, Kristen Knudsen. Middle Row: Kim Rodriguez, Beatrix Galavan. Leticia Ornelas. Narcisa Mundo. Irene Her- nandez. Jill Saurenman. Back Row: Felicia Val- dez. Jenny Aebersole, Pat Sanchez, Esmer- elda Bugarin. Elia Terriquez, Dianne Cramer. Maria Chico. Ada Romeo, Coach Herb Cohen. ABOVE: With all her might, Kim Johnson reaches to block the ball hit over by the La Canada team. BELOW: The rest of the J.V. team watches in amazement as Reza Galindo exhibits her ability to hit the ball backwards, Volleyball Sl St Tennis Swin with yl A disappointing season did not ruin this year's tennis team's spirit. Varsity coach, Gail Deforest, worked hard keeping the team together and their stride up. The biggest problem was the scarcity of play- ers available on the team. This did not keep the strong players from shining. Ce- cilia Younger and Katie Carlson worked hard on their double strategies, which al- lowed them to win several sets. Laurie O'Neill played number one singles and will be a leader of the team next year along with Julie Castro and Emily Wong who have improved tremendously. Junior Varsity. coached by Chuck Lamb, lost many experienced players this year and gained several new players. Sen- iors, Dianna Lau and Nanci Cook, with their dedication, showed the team what it takes to win.'Even though the season was y v 1 HA ' .. ' f Stl " cw ss- . '- ' fu 9a',Vw+, ally Top right: Pili grunts and twists after returning a tough serve. Top left. Someone asked Martha how her match went. Middle right: Julie and Lisa are amazed the ball went over the net. Middle: Laurie is practicing her stance and not paying attention to her game. Far left: Laura - exhaust- ed after wrestling the boys' tennis team for the courts. Bottom right: Katie practices the new dance craze on the courts. Bottom left: Monica is concentrating on the tennis ball. 82 Tennis l not as good as expected, the players had a terrific time playing and their sportsman- ship and togetherness was sure to have been envied by their opponents. X ,l lun ' ,S-i Q .I , , ': l X, ,Q 1. -'I Q. 5 U i it .- 1 U lil xg' Qs 1"'t. Above right: "Get out of the way Barbara, this is my picture," says Michelle Dakan, Above left: Dorsey continues to watch the ball as it continues to go up. Above right to left: Front Row: lldiko Pentek, Christine Miele. Amy Savoie. Laura Chan. Cecilia Younger, Anne Esbenshade. Mid- dle Row: Julie Castro, Sophie Monteroso, Lisa Blinkenberg. Dianna Lau. Nanci Cook. Darcey Estes. Barbara Davis, Lizzie Carlson. Back Row: Mr. Chuck Lamb. Emily Wong, Gabby Sims, Amy Provence, Martha Conner, Michelle Dakan, Pili Goddard, Katie Carlson. Mrs. Gail DeForest. ILIHHN Tennis 83 Q Dribble It Pass It Make That Basket Headed by Brian Biery. this year's var- sity basketball team performed with dedi- cation and pride against powerful league opponents. Though lacking in size and ap- pearance.theteantconnnuedto dotheh best untH the end of the season, Each game lost was by a small margin. Some outstanding players included Misty Tol- bertandSusanSandmson.whoarebothaH league, Wynette Graham and Nadirah Scott, Brian Biery feels the girls did their bestand he doesnk have a yngk conr phint The iunior varsity team. consisting of entirely new players, was forced to work harder and give each other alot of sup- port The teaniproduced generaHy good players which coach Julie Yamane thinks will be future varsity players. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Karen Arnold. Cynthia Canty. Terri Butler. Darrelyn Watson. Second Row: Julie Yamane, Debbie Smith. Kindra Henderson. Doretha Jackson. Melissa Campbell. 84 Basketball South Pasadena San Marino Monrovia sf" l Top Left: "Hey. where did the basket go?", asks Debbie Smith. Top Right: Fame. I'm going to live for- ever! f x X - 4 I 5 , W 1 .5 L V, . -3. I :A 'Xfav J NNI. 534, 'H E' TX I ,. Q I in 7 lf""'f L1 Top Left: "Excuse me. will you please get this Buffalo out of my way?", says Misty Tolbert. Middle: When Julie Yamane sings, coach Brian Bicry listens. Tap Right: Julie Yamane singing the Star Spangled Banner at the opening of thc game. Middlv Leflf Pam Dugan wonders who pulled the chair out from under her. Middle Right: "Help, the basketball is stuck to my hand!" VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Pam Dugan, Misty Tolbcrt. Susan Sander- son. Wynelte Graham, Nichell Greer, Sccond Row: Brian Biery, Nadera Scott. Lola Hill. Lori Brown. So! nya Lewis. Basketbah 85 A Lia S V track RUNNER THEIR MARKS! This year track team flourished with talented players. Many new players that iomedtheteantwereoverwhehnedbythe rigorous and stressful workouts. Their hard work and dedicaHon at pracdces lead thentto a successfulseason. Because of thelarge quanthy of gids, illness and injuries did not harm the team as in prior years. The 440 Relay team, usu- aHythestrongestevent,consBtedofJac- quelin Williams, Tracey Taylor, Kindra Henderson and Anna Amaral. Tracy Tay- lor and Anna Amaral made spectacular wins in the hurdles and sprints. Seniors Karen Baldeschwieler and Katya Armis- tead showed their endurance in the dis- tance events giving the team an extra edge The expenence and abHHy ofthe run- nersgavetheteantanexcepUonaHygood record, making coach GaN Deforest proud. Top. Guillermi Correa and Norma Vasquez run easy after already laping the other opponents. Middle Left: Maria Cervantes strides smiling because she's only got three laps to go. Middle Right: Cece Younger pretends to be a bird and flies into the sand pit. Bottom Left: Jacquelyn Baldwin leaps to victory in the long lump. Bottom Right: Anna Amaral speedily crosses the finish line after someoneput ice down her shirt. 86 Track ,QW n 2 Tv' f'-lima. like .,. GIRL'S TRACK TEAM First Row: Katya Armistead, Cecilia Younger, Norma Vasquez. Guillermi Correa, Maria Cer- vantes, .lacquelyn Baldwin, Carmen Cushman. Second Row: Kim Taylor. Leslie Venerable. Ro- chelle Ellis. Shelia Foster. Kimberly Byrd. Tra- cey Taylor. Leslie Hall. Holly Smith. Sophie Yen. ThirdRowf Robin Martin, Kindra Hender- son, Annette Johnson. Jacquelin Williams. Heather Daniels. Mindy Lewis, Anna Amaral, Mrs. Gail Deforest. Top: Robin Martin and Katya Armistead get ready to tackle some boys on the track. Mid- die: Tracey Taylor gracefully glides over the hurdle trying to make it to class on time. L Y-. . ,Blair Pasadena L Blair La Canada L Blair San Marino - L ' ' ' ., A , -..-. Track 87 l Girls Softball is a Big Hit! This years young and energetic team kept up the softball spirit by training hard and playing well in their games. Coach Jane Wyckoff was pleased with her team because they executed Sports- manship and teamwork. Her skillful coaching and encouragement became a winning combination. Outstanding players included: Michelle Calloway, team captain, and Laurie Brown, an excellent base runner. Martha Conner, the pitcher, was also much improved from last year. Among the many games that were played, San Marino was noted to be one of the toughest. Despite rough competition all through the season Blair always did well. The young team improved but they hope to continue to excell as time goes on. Future success in the league is a definate goal. 88 Softball Top Left: Shiela Hall bows after a terrific catch. Top right: Robin Adams strikes a stunning pose. Middle left: Julie Castro Prays for rain. Bottom left: Jackie Griffith bunny hops after the ball. Bottom right: Tammy Tanner successfully catches a ground ball. 9: 07 1fi,- i '-v .if -5 ..., -5 --A .f-7.1: -4,-. - -4- 4 - , . yy-5: . --- ,, - 1 '?x . "J 1 , ' " .' I -0-Lx. .-.3 . V V s ' . . A I I ..... - - I - - - g,---'Nl'7,-wa-"2 ""'- fig., , .., , - --:ut .. 'f' 1-RET . -F s " " .',.1 0 -'i.'s-T .us - s - .uf ' e .C . -'f ,, ' T.""" ff-- x 4' N - - ' -- ...fre so -- 'Ting-it N " s. ' f' ' ' - ff' ' ' ' X -. K 4 - - . 'Tl' - t--.. .. """- . ,:--- - 'ln 2305 ""."':"!k-N ' 'C 9' -ff "T We-, " E-.a :-1 f"".'fQ.QT.L " Avi ., -'-- . 3:5 :xgg N .- - h 1 V -V 2 rr 'xr --. nfl-ff " " ' . - . -X 1 .1. l I ' l 5 .. ll 'pl 23.1. 1...-I ..1,..--,7.---.a..- on -i--.,,,,,,,, ..' ' F' f f K - A I 1 . ' A D' ' Q. '.,,f,L . 5 NCQ Y Bottom Left: Laurie Brown hits another home run. Middle: Sharon Davila takes a splintering strike at the ball for a home run. 2-28 ,3-3Of 'San T-A4-llX'y alalr 4-IQ'-'yy Blair L -' 4-20 Blaig' S +14 Blair 'if 5-2 Mi 'lb-RYE. ,' J Front Row: Robin Adams, Jacquelin Griffith, Sharon Hall. Tammy Tanner. Elyce Thomas, Julie Castro. Back Row: Cherry White, Dee Willis, Darcy Estes. Laurie Brown. Sharon Davila, Shiela Hall, Doretha Jackson, Martha Conner. Missy Miele. Liz Hebgen, Ms. Jane Wyckoff. Softball 89 1 l M 'U !, A M. 4: """-'-"l h- ...-:,km,. , 92 Sports VW r ,gk QI- b W, 271 i51?M,. Arja- --,- L. 'sm , -fs. 'ai- A, M 1 Y - ' ,MQ , A - "wif . ,E V f ' 'QQ ' Xu 4'm"3M'm:., .,.?, vm... ,. -4. -.,.v x . 'x fi' V .fr .' f x 1 ' 7 4 v fr' v 1,51 1. 51? 1'- I Aa AY - 4 CFA u-I S Sports 93 Vikings Fight for a Winning Season Thw years VardtyfootbaHteantonce again fought its way to a winning season. Under the direction of Coach Herb Robin- son and assistant coaches Ben Steelhead, Gerald Scholes, and Lou Riley. The Vikings con1pHed a 6-5 record and reached yet another C.LF.berth. The preseason began with a 34-8 rout over Sdesmn Phgh School The VHdngs went on to defeat Bonita I4-O and Hoover 35-I7. After a week of tough preparation, Blair faced cross-town rival, Muir High School. The loss of two maior players. through injury, made it obvious the Vi- kings were not at full strength. The game was aseesaw batde asthelead changed back and forth.'The Adustangs eventuaHy won 25-20. on their final series of downs. The players emotions were lowered after the loss. and the following week the Vi- kings lost to Redondo Union 22-2l, on the last play of the game. The Vikings showed an uncanny ability to overcome their losses as they opened the league play with a 22-7 victory over La Canada. Blair then went on to face a high- ly ranked Temple City team. The game wastwd'L7,buttheRanwtookadvantage of Blair penalties as they went to win 2l-7. The Vikings faced a tough San Marino squad the following week. They did not let penahiesgetthebestofthen1thBthne,as they were only charged with 2 the entire game. Blair also displayed great running and pasmng quahues asthey won 2L6 Blair's only other league loss came to the Rio Hondo Champions, Monrovia High School. ln their final league game and Homecoming, Blair defeated South Pasa- dena l8-6. The win took a C.l.F. berth from South Pasadena.and gave Bhh'a thnd Mace spotin theleague standings The Vikings were once again iinxed as theylostto atough Canyon High Schoo team 4l-20. Nextyeafsteamlooksverypronnwng as the Vikings will have 26 players with Varmtyexpedenceretunnng.CoachRob- insonhopestoproducenotomytheleague champions, but the C.l.F. Champions as wel 94 Football Above right: Quarterback Sam Harris is helped off the field by teammate Brandon Bowlin. Below left. David Crockom turns up field for 6 more points. .. l" , Kg., .-.H . ' -. -- "' .' IQ' .au 't I I ,A 1 Q' fl 1 M. Below left: David Windham takes a trip to "Tide Country." Far below: Linebacker Chris Robinson sacks his Mustang Meat. --.g , . a Row If A. Cole. J. Cetina. D. Austin-Jones, S. Harris, R Coffey, D. Gooch, .Crockoni. Row 2. T. Gholar, D Galindo, C. Acuna, .Bolton. D. Crutcher, F. Erwin, R Barnett. S. Jefferies. Row 3: B. Bowlin. M. Surya, C Robinson, C. Boswell. D. Williams. B. Aebersold, D. Harvey, H. Carroll. Row 4. J. Novo. M. Leflore, . Y ' 4- "' .i -. . ' - M I . , .. 1. 2- . v...'.A'1-l"'Tx'M...-w-' " - - . . gi 4 , ry . . .N V.: Q G, s ' 1--ey ,hgnngv 'SVK--:K 'sy l!'.v.,,. V . t , , 3. -4+-. W,. f ,,4--,-Agfa, 'T' 1 -if - .cjwrvuha f-., .- -que' . a-..o. . f ' H Q ,-. ue- A - s .v. A - "- f- . --"-4. .'..'c'- "- .5 -AQTVL-'.,..x ..-ta. Far above: Harry Johnson runs behind blocks by By- ron Bolton and Brandon Bowlin. Above. Co-captains Belowf Quarterback Sam Harris .- looks to the sideline for the play. football -., , . 2-'ii ki-.. 5.5 , t ,441 .. Coaches Ben Steelhead, Gerald Scholes, Herb Robin- -' . son. Lou Riley, T. Vradenburg, T. Pittman, K. Crockom. Row 5. M. Kenyon. B. Smith, M. Turner, H. Johnson. T. Mack. J. Rediford. P. Bodenshot, R. Trip- plet, B. Rife. D. Windham. R. Krieg. v. . U .- Q s No Far above: ' ' owers through the mighty Viking line. Above. All league lineman Scott Jefferies sets up with Mike LeFlore. Harry Johnson and David Croc await the call. Football 95 i 69'- .0 JV' ' -. A dns., .1 Q V ' 1: A ' sag, ' - '4 ., , Q Q--. -. nga' " - 7. NMC ,ev J ,.. Ai- Q ,. , W N' .-'f"" ' - . e A. , "" , K . . -., , W. ,- L 4 v ,h .,, .4 U, vu '- '-iiq, n 5-1--7, I ,nu Adv' 0. N h-.4 ff... 4 . ., x-4.1,-K Q, , ' 1 P-"lf L74 fl"f E 1 Q- ' 4... Email 1059 NOW P5YCh5 himself UP before Above: Harry Johnson runs "Kansas City" behind Tommy Gholar and Sam Harris, the Sam? Bflvw Puntfr ROBEV KH98 k'Ck5 OU' of h'5 OWU end- Below: Charles Boswell and Darrell Harvey show that the Mighty Vikings are still trl. zone. to gnu the Mustangs poor field position. ,Q -. u." , .0- ...vs "a,-",j4g- Above Tho. hard hitting Viking line sets up for the go ahead touchdown. 1 -- ' N' l ll! 1, ,Q . ,A ., L .L M ' 1 P, ' -"g l .: " 'jf 'jf h ...v'-,.t- A - uf: D N s.-A 1 ..-i"1 '- 4 , .' L. , .5 ' ' ,f2d?',.1 ,A , ' " -' r- s , .f K VL: .' , s - M . 1 - X -.. .1-. .. ,- S I 1 x. T- U' '. ':5..-y-- ."T di 4 .. , . a 3 4. 1 .if -,, ... ,. 'L--93-1-Qnjlg'-5.1 ..-L-fs: ---- . 8' Above: Del Ray Williams goes over the top for the first down. E: ?.,A.,.-, , .4 ' I auf' I , ' ' I . 'N gil. ' 1 4 -411m - 'M 9, "lt U "ii-M . I ,, ,ee - --Y -+- apd '35-I -, Q g swf 1-- LA' V "iii 7 a. -A Above: "O.K. guys the ballet starts at seven o'clock. nobody be late!" exclaims head coach Herb Robinson. Left: Chris Acuna and Del Ray Williams team up to bust an- other unsuspecting receiver. Below: Quarterback Sam Harris prepares to fake the handoff I and run for another touchdown. football 1 ,- N L Wg ,v 3 BenStedheadhasdedkatedlnshfefor over 30 years to coaching football. One of his strongest characteristics was how he cared for his players and enloyed watch- ing them grow and advance in many ways. It was a hard decision for Coach Steelhead to finalize his retirement from coaching footbal butitis now hw thne to mart moving on and bringing new challenges to lus Hfe,since variety 5 the spice and es- sence of life. We thank you, Coach Steel- head.foryourdedicaHontothesportand ourschooi Football 97 Soph Frosh Football Hlt Hardest B Inellglblllt The i983 Sophomore and Freshmen FootbaH Teanw looked as though they wouhj both be contenders forleague championships. The teams were then troubled by the new eligibility rules. Due to this rule. the Freshmen team lost ten of their twenty-five players and the Sopho- mores lost thirty of their forty players. The remaining ten Sophomores were inoved upto Vardty,wholostonW Hve players. Prior to the loss of players both teams had good seasons. The Sophomores, under the direction of James Cousins and Ange- lo Cesari, began the year with impressive victories over Salesian and Bonita. They then played a tough Hoover squad which they tied I2-ll. The Vikings then went up against cross-town rival Muir. The Vikings hekjthen'ground undlthelastfew nun- utes when Muir scored the winning touch- down to win I2-6. They ended their pre- season wiH1 a JLG rout over Redondo Union. In their only league game the Vi- kings defeated LaCanada I4-6. The Freshmen Team, under the direc- tion of coaches David Mitchell and Alvin Harris, began their year with a tough loss to Dana and an hnpressive victory over Bonita. The Vikings lost to Foothill of La Canada, but came back to defeat Pasade- na High School in an exciting victory. Their last preseason battle was against Re- dondo Union. The Vikings led 6-O for most of the game. The Seahawks then came on strong to score two quick touchdowns and defeat Blair I2-6. The freshmen also played only one league game. The team lost to the Rio Hondo League Champs La Canada 28-O. The coaches looked at this year as a vamabk karnmg expeHence.They know that next year the players will be hitting the books instead of being hit by ineligibil- ity. The coaches are also hoping for a full season and perhaps a championship sea- son. 98 Football EEE W D-, If V044 ...V r If if"l' Sophomore Football: lst row: W. Browh. S. Morgan. K. Williams, D. Higgins, D. Collier, 2nd row: R. Johnson, L. Taylor. J. Everett, J. Conway, B. Gipson, 3rdrow: J. Paniagua, J. Sanchez, D. Gipson, J. llones, D. Stan- field, 4th row. S. Bacon, A. Johnson. J. Munoz, A. Tl . 112- -1 2' Beatty. T. Sama. 5th row. E. Aldaz. J. Stauff, S. Waller- stedt. F. Espinoza, G. Coronado, 6th row: T. Jolley, S. Williams, R. Olmstead. R. Bryant, 7th row. Coaches. Alvin Harris, James Cousins, Reggie Stephens, David Mitchell. Q1 l1lQ,Ll ' L ii, . I ix, A stl., , -ta-rw g . pg , Q M N , Xt ' .1 K 5- N ' A ."V7'4 ' I X ' y - . 3, t ke ll , Q 4 7 . 7 7 V --, 1jlffjiwY,-x'fL, if xg' N . W X v. F xv 1, 'I ,c 1":-uw a-sf-.-....t"fliw if?-nf: sshetiikfafsettstsszf l Freshman Football: lst row. R. Brownl E. Paniagua, K. Cousins, 3rd row. E. Koundakiiian, P. Jacobs. D. Map. J. Smith. F. Coffee, M. Ramirez. K. Spencer, 2nd row: Coach Alvin Harris, T. King, Crockom, O. Bizzle, B. Chase, S. Cimiotes. A. Clock, Coach James Q Q I ,Q 71. 1 . A, ,J 4, . ,g K' 9... v ko' '.. 4 1 -5 4' f A H . ' it Q -42 -K . FR ' N 'v y 'V .9 A 4 X 5 4' V . st 'W , o L , K, ' ,Q 2 NIT ' J iw EITXI f F omi it t fvf- 'Ili' PHS l Wil' JRE "3 . -- 1 . ' m -f1.1+ S ' --W '-Q-Q,.i-fg?, A., 3 Tiff: Smith, D. Johns, D. Streetz. F. Nova, L. Williams. D. Ellis. Coach David Mitchell. 4 l llis BLAIR 6. 5 . i i Left: A tough freshmen defense tries to stop their opponent from making a touchdown. Be- 15 his nails as he intensely anticie pates the next play. 'Nl'-311' l'h - - 'Q low. Coach James Cousins bites Above left: Jeff Jones pursues a San Marino runner. Above right: Gordon Smith runs to the huddle to hear the play. Left. Blairs offense lines up to make the last touchdown of the game. Above: Marco Ramirez looks to sidelines to watch the pretty cheerleaders. Football 99 BALLPLA YERS ARE REAL SWINGERS THIS YEAR. Blair Baseball was in high spirits this year. Under new coach Steve Somerlot. the Varsity baseball team joined together in their quest for a league championship. The team has grown and learned together over the past few years under the com- mand and guidance of coach Joe Ballard. When Coach Ballard moved on to take the reigns of the varsity basketball team, the squad was left in limbo until they acquired a new coach. These baseball "Bowery Boys" set their sights on a Rio Hondo League Championship. Coach Somerlot brought his philosophies and tactics to this organization and brought a league championship one step closer. Noteworthy performances are expect- ed from Rick Nowak, pitchers Charlie Nootbaar, whose hitting skill is an asset, Greg Vaughns, a strong hitting, left-hand- ed, first basemam Jose Carlos, anchor of the varsity infield: and Danny Hornbuckle. ln their first game against Muir they were down 4-2 in the bottom of the sev- enth with two outs, two strikes and bases loaded when Danny Hornbuckle roped a game-winning grand slam! Joe Lewis once said, "A champion is one who gets up. even when he can't." This year's J.V. Baseball is a very young team with only three juniors on the roster. They faced an extremely tough Rio Hondo League. Coach Omer Plante says, "We are working hard and l am pleased with the way things are going. lam expecting a big season from Scott Wallerstedt and Ron Maxie. This will be a building year." v .1- 'ir' -lif Front row: Oscar Bradley, Jim Cetina, Adonnas Huckaby, Greg Vaughns. Scott Saperstein. Second row: Dan Hornbuckle. Mike Culross. Ken Crockom. Jose Carlos, Matt Thornton. Cheech Carlos. Third row: Deanna Furlong, Karen Chew, Rob Wing. Charlie Nootbaar, Brett Aebersold, Rick Nowak, Art Neff. Sam Harris. Coach Somerlot. Ir: I- A X145 -..f gcvp V , 4 ' .1 --u ,. f l 82:43 -- ng" "' Above IeltfCheech Carlos loses his vision. but at least he's not leading off the wrong way. Above right: Russell Axxe shows his curve. Below: Kenny McMillin stretches in hopes of getting the runner out. ,Canada Blair onrovia ' Blair 8 Xiemp ' ,Su . - 6 Blair 1 1 .symmeffo 1- - 4 Blair A' l9 3 f SIR sadena Blair I I Mdni ' "" Blair 'liz Temple i y 2 ' 'TTC N Blair 2 8 San Marino O 2 1 K Blair 5 I La Canada 9 3 IOO Baseball A I-r .vm ' P , . ,. I. . , I m.,..t.at4Jz??raf.1f.f.st-.f ' - ' vi, 1.- Below: Sam Harris shows that the hand of a pitcher is quicker than the eye of the camera. Far below. Greg "Papa" Vaughns shows his great stretch. g - . vm ,- . N. A ... , t V1 A I , I its -,LH A , : . . ,5 , 'xg ',, . -.- ..'t. V W , 4 2 I ' W' ,N L 1 .A t. A -A . -gy , , 1, 9.3-,Q h A' 'fd Row I: Oscar Sotorow. Row 2: Nick Renzullo, Van Lane. Scott Waldersted, Ronald Mouxi. Russell Axxe, Ken McMillin. Row 3, Ron Crockett. Brian Gipson. Davie Crockett, Steve Scherer. Mike Gary, James Jacobs. Row 4: Ken Williams. Rudy Valdez. Chase Connerly. Deon Smith, Juan Luna. Juan Ramirez, Coach Omar Plante. 5 'Yr .-o, " -1+ -, . t - .f-f f '-.IJ . . - ' .T . ' Y . C 1 . . - Below left: Dan "G.S.E." Hornbuckle threatens to throw the ball at Mr. Ozawa to get out of B.A.P. Below right: Mike "Slugger" Culross rips another one. foull Above: Ready to pitch Rick? "I was born readyl" Below: Steve Scherer scoops up a tough grounder to make the out. l - .Vue M, -f"l --" ,ei nl V t..n..Qj. Baseball lOl Varsity Hurt By Graduation There is no doubt that last year's varsi- ty basketball team had an outstanding season. There is also no doubt that this year's team suffered because of this. First year coach Joe Ballard did an admirable iob. The team not only lost all five starters. but they only had one returnee. The team had many difficulties at the beginning of the season. The Viking's only returnee Vaughn Rex was knocked out for the season by knee injuries. The new play- ers had to take over and become a unit. The preseason schedule placed the rookie Viking squad up against a cast of veteran teams. The team then entered the highly com- petitive Rio Hondo League. After dropping the first three games the Vikings defeat- ed the second place South Pasadena Ti- gers, 54-47. Blair then dropped another three. only again to come back, this time beating La Canada, 74-72. ln their final game the Vikings put it all together to defeat the league runner-ups San Marino, 63-59 in overtime. Coach Ballard knew that it was only a matter of time before his team was to reach their peak. Unfortunately it hap- pened at the end of their season. Ballard also knows that he will have a strong team next year with the many returnees and the tough summer workouts. The team was led by many different players throughout the course of the sea- son. Charles Pierce and Tony Russell did outstanding iobs as centers. while Ted Jones, Ken Cambell. and Steve Robinson led the forwards. The team also had two outstanding guards with Scott Bass and Robert Shaw. lO2 Basketball . I - l l Qi" -...- .T Zfpf' , ff L Top raw: Coach Ballard, Steve Charles Bottom Row: Elmer Gallnd0. Scott Bass, Ken Cambell. Pierce, Chris Kimp. Tony Russell, V A' .sl 'ff 2 l Abgve left, Ted jones skies a shot Qllgr 3 Monrovia Above: SErli0I' Scott Base takes E shot fI'0m lhe top of defender. Above right: Vaughn "Tiny," Rex attempts Ihe key. to put one in from the perimeter. 1 l Q YL ' Q'- . 3 in nl . Ai. , 3 :unassum- xq-. , 179 ba:kLlbaH .L J Q B A xr, Q I , ff 1 X . -X . X A . A+. x ,l I'-,J i libg. 4,1 -as xx YA I If A X ,, 1: 'xx f'! ' ., 1 S g X N X 1- J' 1 I , , nf' 1 ,.. ., ui. 317 Tye SOPH-FROSH WINS LEAGUE With first year coach, Mike Graber, there was little doubt that the Soph-Frosh team would turn out to be so victorious. The team composed of all Freshman. had inexperience as their greatest weakness. Despite their inexperience, they had the potential to take their team to the ulti- mate. The pre-league record was 6-5, with great expectations for league. Out of the 5 losses, 2, against well matched oppo- nents P.H.S. and Glenn, came from last second scoring. As the league play ended, the young Soph-Frosh were undefeated and became the city and league champi- ons. Outstanding players on the l984 Soph- Frosh team were, Darren Gipson, who led in points and assists, Dion Smith, who led in rebounds, Larry Brown and Turran Wil- liams, who also displayed excellent skill. Guided by Coach Tim Guy and Assis- tant Amos Stevens, the Vikings managed to play a strong aggressive, man-to-man defense. and a high scoring disciplined offense. The Vikings were considered un- derdogs, but with good strategy and out- standing individual performances, the Vi- kings overcame some local teams, show- ing the championship quality that they are known for. The outstanding J.V. players of l984, who demonstrated skill and talent, were Arthur Barron. Darrell Canty, and Steven Lockhart. The best defensive player was Randy Rogers, and the most improved player was Marcus Abrams. This season has been one full of experience for the young team members hoping to play Var- sity next year. i """" l Top Raw: Fred Jenkins. Dion Smith. Muliadi Surya, Thomas Augustine. Bot1omRowfCoach Graber. Zach Mark Underwood. Middle Row: Nelson Dorsey. Dar- Leinen, Larry Scott, Larry Brown. Turran Williams. ren Gipson, Neal Anderson, Lawerence Brown. Blau BH zu Q Q 5 , Left to Right: Ray Dimacali, Chris Boyd.,Randy Rog- Benn, Garnett Johnson, Mark Palmer. Darrel Canty. ers, Damone Powell, Edward Robinson, Arthur Steven Lockhart. Abrams. Sterling Williams. Marcus Abrams. John A t Steven Lockhart shows his version of an excellent free throw. Coach Amos Stevens advises his team member about the prospects IO4 Basketball for the dance. 4 a I I ANO THER WINNING SEASON Due to the fact that Blair won the Rio Hondo League Championship last year and were returning nine of their starters, they were expected to do very well. Blair started off on the right track by defeating seven of their first nine oppo- nents. After key victories over Muir and Glendale, the team went on to take third place in the Eisenhower Soccer Classic. The Vikings were then ready to enter the tough Rio Hondo League. Blair was one of four Rio Hondo teams to be ranked in the top ten of CIF competition. These rankings proved competitive as Blair lost their league opener to another ranked team - La Canada. The Team then pushed number eight ranked South Pasa- dena to a I-I draw. The Vikings got back on track by defeating San Marino and the sixth ranked Monrovia Wildcats. The first round ended with a 2-2 tie with Temple City. Blair opened the second round with losses to La Canada and South Pasadena and a tie with San Marino. Blair then de- feated first place Monrovia and Temple City to keep their CIF hopes alive. The team was led on offense by Paul Bodenshot, Eddie Perez, and Matt Inman. On defense were all league candidates Roger Krieg, Joe Bogaard, Sam Puffin- burger and goalie Jeff Koch. Coach Gaffney hopes to have a strong team next year with some promising re- turning players and a strong J.V. team. BLAIR -.ji B " R A41 arc' lO6 Soccer Front Raw. Philip DeAnda. Rigoberto Arias. Tito Romero, Jose Cabrera. Middle Row: Tom Seeker. Eddie Perez. Greg Geremesz, Sam Puffinburger, Juan Luna. Back Row: Roger Krieg, Joe Bogaard, Jeff Koch, Matt Inman, Paul Bodenshot. Coach Ty Ganney. W Above left. Jose Cabrerra stops a Glendale opponent. Above right: Juan Villegas starts a breakaway. Below: Defenseman Joe Bogaard is thrashed by a Muir Opponent. wif' 7 I 1151-Q3"f' T0 - . -A 1.. 0 55? . W . . - 'ff'-1 V ' --'42 K 'I -Fill C .Z LL .. JV.. , ,.. 1 . u -gs 1n,bA Q Q. f 36 L . ... , . 1 lun-15... I q 1 ' new-may-+ - when Y.-,bl-...+A - 5. , V55-o U, "L " ' 4' A .-49, " H Y. 'x x .1 .4 .ge-3.1. P go A , -v.. 4 A ,..+ - X.. x, v,,1...r Q- 4 - A 4 .., wi A 17 -rg N ' ' lf' a H -'15-,. N Tennis Led B Underclassmen The varsity tennis team was made up of an abundance of young talent. They were led by Peter Gertmenian, a iunior as first singles. and Russ Decker, a sophomore as second singles. The Vikings also had two great doubles combinations with Nick Woods and Philip Kramer. and John Peter- son and Henry Willis. Once again the Vikings were placed in the extremely competitive Rio Hondo league. Facing five very tough teams in- cluding La Canada and San Marino. Coach Charles Lamb expects to have, yet an- other winning season. He knows that his team is young, but more important, he knows that they have a great deal of tal- ent. As long as the team plays to their full potential they should qualify for a C.l.F. playoff birth. The junior varsity, also directed by coach Lamb, should have a successful sea- son. The team had a lot of alternates, with over 25 players coming out this year. They were led by Yuichi Handa, Chris Brandt. and younger brother Patrick Brandt. " lil IOS Tennis Row I: Eric Muntz. Pat Brandt, John Hpang, Cameron Totten, Timo Sil, Chi Vo. Row 2: Michael Stokes. Yuichi Handa, Roger Jansson, Mark Goodstein. Loren Land, Andy Laakman. Juan Cativiela. Row 3: David Ackermann. Shawn Head, Marcus Dawson, Henry Willis. Nanci Cook, Katya Armistead. Daniel Dewey, Sam Pemonteverde. Coach Charles Lamb. ' ., M. iz 1,-' " l Above left. Raise your hand if your sure! Above right: Timo. we can see up your nosel Below: Because he's alit- tle Rusty, Decker runs right past the ball. :xg -'fr' KR! ' . ,UNL r' ' ..e,-, u V 1 I v V I I W r l-m --.-ll.- RUNNING TO VICTOR Y The key to the l984 track team was the one-hundred percent commitment of ev- ery team member to strive for excellence to be number one. The track team. who was led by Coach Don Molloy and assisted by Coach Ben Steelhead Sr., enforced hard work outs, which seemed to pay off. The physical preparation for competition came alive when the track team ran against their well matched opponents from the Rio Hondo League. As for strong points, Sam Morgan led in sprints, Harry Johnson led in hurdles, Suresh Krishnan led in distance. An impressive relay team was composed of Darryl Austin, Darryl Harvey, Sam Morgan, and Chris Martin. As the season began, there was much optimism for a successful team. Victory came against cross-town rivalry, P.H.S. and those hopes were secured. The team members displayed talent and potential during the season. As the first invitational track meet came, the overall points gave Blair a remarkable victory over the ten schools that competed. With the individ- ual performance of every team member, the i984 track team was one of the better teams that Blair has produced. As the sea- son ended, Blair had taken another league championship. The Soph-Frosh team displayed as much enthusiasm as the Varsity team, and pos- sesed potential and talent as well. The most promising members on the Soph- Frosh team were Anthony Beaty, Doug Galindo, and Pat Bodenshot. .. . ..,,, . .. ,f- ...., -fi. , .:, -g-. j- , First row: Mark Crear, Micheal Jones, Sam Morgan. Harry Johnson. Lidell Hartfield. Jeff Mack. Francisco Blackwood. Second row, Todd Lewis,-Dee Beaty, Victor Robles, Raymond Thompson, Anthony Beaty, Todd Johnson, Lewis Kahn, Darryl Harvey, Brian Stevens. Third row: Jose Zamora, Harold Hanitado. Suresh Krishnan, Servando Carillo, BrandoniBowIin, Todd Vradenburg. Anthony House. Dexter Dawson, Enrique Avina, Doug Galindo, Anthony Woods, Fred Dorsey. Gustavo Banuelos. U Blair gif W Temple W L e Blair W L W W W Blair Blair San Marino L,,, ..- u IIO Track Lg. 5 -T y -any ..s . ' , I U g l . Above left: Darryl Harvey concentrates as he plays by himself. Left: Brandon Bowlin as a result of one of his less successful fights. Above: Blair track members realize that practice makes perfect. l Q .v , " :AL I 4 if rr W. X. TQ ' s A J' .s I . H e- Ave.. Left: The real is dog Harry. Above: Sam Mor- gan does his ostrich imitation. Right: Anthony Beaty practices for the Hertz commercial. Below left: "I'm late. I'm late for a very impor- tant date," thinks Anthony House. Below: Ted Koch gets a good work out by running to his girIfriend's house. Far below: Coach Steel- head waits to catch Brandon Bowlin before his pole goes into the quick sand. Far right: Darryl Harvey puts his best head forward. I 7 6 T. !y."r.L. A ff? c T .' -5 As , .x X ,, ,S- N - A 'n rw ' - ' , , ' Y ' . 1 x- .1 .',' ' '-. . , X' 1 "I ' ' T' 4 ' -'15 ' N .ff ' e. xx --, 5 PA I .. 1 c,-..--.-f is . ff' I . P1-Bt' Track Ill Swimmers Led By Seniors This year's varsity swim team followed the footsteps of swim teams past. Once again our team was led mainly by seniors. Outstanding performances were turned in by Brad Pickering in the breaststroke and freestyle. Kevin Turk in the back- stroke and freestyle, Victor Gallardo in the backstroke and butterfly, Ain Cocke in the freestyle, and Craig Piper in the freestyle and backstroke. The team also had some very strong underclassmen. Keith Sherry turned in excellent times in the backstroke, while Julio Gallud excelled in the distance freestyles and the butter- fly, and Robbie Hendrix did well in the freestyle, butterfly, and the breaststroke. With all of their great individual efforts the team still had troubles. Swim meets are won by a compiling of team points. The Vikings won many races but due to the lack of members, lanes were not filled, thus causing Blair to lose the meets. The Junior Varisty team had the same problems that our varsity had. While great preformances were turned in by Jon Bo- denshot. Wes Lake, Sean Boyd, Chris Moore. and Eric Oberholtzer, the team lost meets because of their lack of com- petitors. Coach Pat McCummins saw a lot of tal- ent in this year's junior varsity. She is hop- ing that these swimmers will again come out next year. She knows that if she can recruit more swimmers for next year we will have a very strong team, a team that will achieve many team victories as well as individual victories. AizcAoiA L HART 7. 51. .4 ll2 Swimming -af---.. -v-...s First rowfGary Vita. Kevin Lauderdalel Victor Gallardo, Keith Sherry, Robby Hendrix. Secondrow: Sean Boyd, Andy Wagner, Ain Cocke, Jon Bodenshot. Wes Lake, Craig Piper. Thirdrow: Chris Tyler. Robert Evans, Jason Cardone. Ed Galloway, Eric Oberholtzer, Dave Ochoa, Chris Moore. s. ' iff .'i' -. n 'D ..,4 .Q 5 .s Above left: Craig Piper pours it on in Galloway takes an early lead. X ,I . t 'tb -me ' In . ,H iv ge . lthe freestyle. Above right: John Chew comes up for air. Below: Ed ., A- I . 'T " fsfiiiw. ' -ff" Uv' V ' ' ' Ai 1' - 'U ' ' -. ' ' , O". , - . ' 'fir ' i, . ,,. . . ff T- 'Q . . .- ish , '1ff'f'17ff"M'-4.1, 1 , i Q "1 h:.iTt'f?'v5, -".-- . .-. , Y' -- 5" '---- - '- lf-f e - . ,,. Q K , . ,,.4 ,g.-,re fs'-is Y "tr-p e..."v-1-23.544-T.. 'fuk M:"gb1 .,7 fi-gf: I.. ,. . . , ..p' ' -,vw . - 4.541 .z he . 4 - ' , .J"Fq yr.-.Ali ' ' an tests ' ag vm! .- 'J 'reg' 'f-+fQ7i:T.'1'f-'Zfi-'iw' f ,gp -,,. ,,- - . Ay. V -, ,ar ue., , - , 1. .Y 'W-75,1 ' ' 47. ' 9 ..i'f,5?f?,f' - ' .fi F N" Y:'iT1.'i?:' faq: Ll, if .. 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'24 1 -Q I' I Swimming H3 Poloist Excel With New Personnel The I983 Varsity Water Polo Team was plagued with not only the loss of last year's coach, but the loss of four out of last year's seven starters. Nonetheless, the team, under the direction of coach Brian Biery, fought its way to an awesome 5-2 league record. The season began rather slow as the Vikings lost two of three games in the Montebello Tournament. They then went to face four tough "4A" schools. Defeat- ing a rough Arcadia team, but losing to P.H.S., Loyola, and high ranked Muir. They then entered the La Puente tour- nament. After Iosing the first game they showed their pride by coming back to win the next three. Thus, they were crowned consolation champions. The Vikings began league on the right foot, with victories over Monrovia and Burbank. They then faced South Pasadena for one of the closest matches of the sea- son. The game was tied until the final min- utes, when South Pasadena opened up with two quick goals. The Tigers went on to a I8-I5 win. The Vikings quickly put this loss behind them and defeated La Canada and Burroughs. The only other league loss was to the undefeated league champs, San Marino. With their impressive league re- cord the team assured itself a CIF play-off birth. This year the J.V. team and Frosh-Soph team were also under the direction of Bri- an Biery. The Frosh-Soph team was put together at the last minute to face those schools who also had a Frosh-Soph team. The J.V. team showed talent and flexibil- ity. II4 Waterpolo 4-,Lq1 il x lla sh Front row, Soph-Frosh - W. Lake, G. llita. C. Ritchie, S. Boyd, E. Muntz. R. Walter. R. Evans. J. Bodenshot. J. Gallud. J. Gonzales. J. C. Calleton. Middle row, J.V. - C. Chew. Sherry. E. Oberholtzer. vs., . hilfl' ' --': Lyne, C. Real. Back row: Varsity - E. Vita, R. Hen- drix, C. Lawrence. P. Bodenshot. A. Cocke, D. Ochoa, J. Maisterra, M. Inman. K. Turk, B. Pickering, Coach Brian Biery. Above left: Kevin Turk appears disappointed be- cause nobody will play with him. Above: Ed Vita fires a hard shot on goal. Far left, Dave Ochoa passes to a teammate after stopping a breakaway. Top left: Brad Pickering shows his concentration in his attempt to score. Below: John Maisterra has his nails checked as teammates look on in fear. Middle left: Rob- bie Hendrix concentrates on keeping his eye on the ball. Bottom right: With a flick of his wrist. Keith Sherry passes the ball over a charging opponent. Bottom left: Pat Bodenshot gives a smile for his fans. .Z ,wifi I V, .ur LV . K 5 as 'g3,3r3l:'T.,fg2L4. -1 1 S ' Q - 'Q 4 P'Pl5Pr if ' : fffqfavlfw , ,4-'ru' "i - Kevin Turk -gg i r n, . ul, Robbie He A jf44gi,g -we A K '.-1 W BTW P ., 1 v Ji'-..k 1 F - ""' ,: 3' Q - H: hmai"'.- ' -- U25 ydwifences 'Vu .. LAX, """"'3 . 'V f , - , L . t ,Y V . - . gi gf'i7f"" 'X f I I -' f 'Fc V . - " Saves i"1' 'QF Y -1913-ayg.-12.4 pei game 44- X 'Q x. X K. V. , .-i'.4 -- ., 2 ini-li I Waterpolo ll5 Cross Countr Runs Into Problems The l983 Cross Country Team had an- other difficult season. The Vikings were by no means hurt by the quality of its run- ners, but by the quantity. This problem was faced not only by the boys' team, but also by the girls'. The boys. with only nine runners, were only able to have a Varsity team. The girls were HOL as fortunate. With only four girls, all of their meets were run. but they were forced to forfeit any winnings. The team won two out of its five pre- season meets by defeating Crescenta Val- ley and Schurr. The Vikings lost to El Monte and forfeited to Muir and Loyola. With such a short preseason, Blair en- tered the season unprepared. The Vikings lost their first three league meets. The runners then went on to defeat a tough Monrovia squad. They then lost their final league meet to Temple City. Coach Molloy will have nearly the whole squad returning next season. He believes that if he can obtain some new runners, to add to the personnel, the Vikings will have a very successful season. f- V.. -L f - . T .- J ' ' f 2 , -L fl - L 'L . . gk . r l- "Q!.llS'7. Q50 34192 Blair W L ' ., . h" f"'lP55? a' Blair L Mui , Blair nga : . E L Blair L Lcyolags-'k W L y Blair L grisouth l K 'g if' K Blair L isa," aria i quail L La da' ' , ,X B f W , Mo via lf: fc, w x,L,,L-- ' 'fre cny . ,. 1 A 'jing V5 , pi l f .+ L+- . .. 5,1 'LYNX Q IIG Cross Country Front row: Harold Hurtado, Lois Kahn, Jose Zamora. Victor Robles. Middle Row: Robin Martin. Gustavo Banuelos, Ted Koch. Jackie Osbourne. Back row: An- Ted Koch suddenly finds himself walking on air. ' 1 drew Goddard. Servando Carrillo, Emily Wade, Sur esh Krishnan, Tracey Taylor. Coach Don Molloy. v L , 4 iv-4 . X- , dwg, 5.5 -,-Affhll' to L "Just me and my shadow." sings Emily Wade. Left: Coach Don Molloy shows his anger as Harold Hurtado stops to ask directions. Below left: Suresh Krishnan and Servando Carrillo set the pace. Below: Jose Zamora shows his kick toward the finish line. Far below: Tracey Taylor makes her move as her opponent's lunch catches up with her. 1 4 gn- J' gf 1 cross Country II7 Freshmen Seniors ,4 - II9 I l Ji' e MSE! 4 , HJ r ' ..-r ,1 , ..a' , ua? 3.1: T qgym- -rv M- - . A V-- , N . - ' 4 V Wm 4: I R , -. V- f " 1151. as .,.a"-W" - Y . WH, , ,.. v -V-.-1 YQ --.' Y ....x.,, N - s T' :i'Ni'? - '- ' .Q .V -X . v A f TE! Y W- , rm V gf 'K Q ' 2' ' V 1'1" W , . , .J-Wim 3 ,I :g..z .' Y V , F 'X . I , .,:,.,!1 ' h' j , f'f 'Tr A- -r--r I . -+- ' ----5' -- ' PQ' tu f' 8,4 J Af' ,. ,, 'W - .,, ' .. ,. ww .www ,MW . .. .. .--Q ,- Mmmwykagfww mb -1 ,,4.-...v -,- .. - viuviv! 5 se H 41414 i l n......a it ,ii-bf ' 1, Tm: f f siil f A.. All HI ..,..,,1 C ASS GF '84 ID Seniors l tl Chris Acuna l l r i i r F i l Sylvia Aguilar Kevin Amaratunga Diana Amaya Carolyn Andrews Rigoberto Arias Teri Adams Brett Aebersold Dennis Alindogan Anita Alva Julia Anderson 'xiii 4 , Katya Armistead Barry Arnold Karen Arnold Darryl Austin Jones Enrique Avina Karen Baldeschwieler Debra Ball Bryant Banzuela Michell Barnett Raymond Barnett Terry Barr Sanja Basic Scott Bass x 1 L "J Seniors D3 f .I , t lltlviawazu L Linda Belin Jaime Benavides Paul Bodenshot Joseph Bogaard Byron Bolton Rhonda Booker I Stacey Brantley Tabatha Brooks ' 1 r E J .IE A Leon Bennett Lisa Blinkenberg ,- fs YN Charles Boswell Seana Boyd I Martha Bugarin Suzanne Butler I-1 - Alex Buttaro Jose Cabrera Jeff Cain Si Michelle Calloway Melissa Cambell Cynthia Canty 2 , I Katherine Carlson ' Guido Calderon f"' Jose Carlos Servando Carillo .'L..v ' All X Ps... nv ' ff . ee" Ezequiel Casas Javier Casteneda Ani I Seniors l25 D6 Seniors . -H Ramona Casteneda Maria Cervantes Maritza Chamagua Sheri Castro Rosita Cesari Jeff Koch shows the epitomy of the Blair scholar. 3. 1 . - Paula Chan Federico Charcas F' 'C Q. r N. Juan Charcas '5.. Robert Cheng Janice Chitwood Mandi Chitwood Byung Cho rm i Dorian Chumley Anthony Cole David Crockom David DeLeon Ill riff, li V 1 - WZ! lin' Elxiwlmlllsv. Tanya Clark Ain Cocke Ronald Coffey 'K ll 1 1 i Leslie Concholar Nanci Cook Sandra Cramer 4 .lid 102 f Michael Culross, Jr. Nancy DeJour John Delaney Jonathan DeLeon Maria Delgado Charles Dent ,FM Seniors I27 I28 Seniors Adalia Desamdarado N Lorna Dewey Hoan Do Q fi r" ml I""'L, Fred Dorsey Evangelina Duarte Pamela Dugan Lisa Edwards Pierre Eldnor Renee Ellison ft.. I Anne Esbenshade 1 Maria Felix Mark Ferrin mar -...Q --gl- i ,.- ,X i . NX 4 , .a ,G " i... xl Amanda Fox Amy Fung Qqevg. X X Qi 'N , 'li 15, JW! M Latarsha Garland Vivian Gholar Hector Gonzalez Monica Gonzalez Junus Halim Lisa Handy ' , , N , ',-- X X , Elmer Galindo Sergio Gallardo Deborah Gladney Betina Gonzalez ls ,ff j' , ' 'Q Craft .ff iii? Winnette Graham Monica Hadsell l Samuel Harris Victoria Hart Seniors l29 ISO Seniors Al X 1, Darrel Harvey Sheree Haygood Mike Hazzard Yolanda Hearn l Yvette Henderson Irene Hernandez X Demetrius Henson Victor Holloway ' X. Daniel Hornbuckle Zabrina Horton Kelly Jackson Timothy Jackson , 1 Scott Jeffries Harry Johnson Rebecca Johnson Shawnte Johnson Jana Jones Linda Jones Maddlyn Jones Pearl Jones ll JY' wt. pv- .unn- .5 Katie Carlson pretends to hsten attentlvely whale she begins her mu.. vt t 0-Wm 45,9 in Seniors ISI '1' h B2 Seniors Jose Kalil Warren Ke Thomas Kenyon ff ff , Rita Khalaf Qu 1 'tax K? p iii Ann Kikuchi Christopher Kimp Leslie Kirksey Laurie Klein .leff Koch Philip Kramer Roger Krieg Ken Lake Jessica Lambert Gretchen Lampert , - . + Danna Laakmann Leticia Lara Dianna Lau ' fa. Minhtrang Le 'N "e+f"'N'1?zil Charni Lewis Monique Mapp sts Carters Lawrance 7? uf? 'W and Yolanda Lennox Teresa Lum Gustaro Luna Hoa Mac Sandra Martin Patrick Mason Lena Masri Seniors I33 ir' f t r 1 I I34 Seniors Samar Masri Jennifer Matthews Margot McBath Cardonna McClure l 'S A X Nxt f ie Jose Kalil does his early morning meditation before going to class. W Karinda Maxie Audrey Maxwell L .4 5 - s , N' . 'V- Richard McCormack Crystal Mickens l Teresa Molina Nicole Moore .J Zelma Messiah Lori Mowrer if " ...- Q- '-uv f , n, V . lv. Q .1 4., 'ah' 3: as ,ir X 'Q ,J ' - ,A 'Z Shaunagh Mullett Natalia Mundo Rosario Nava R. Kelly Nelson -wwf- Alfredo Nestor Carmelo Nieves Charlie Nootbaar Jose Novo gd . X - Rick Nowak David Ochoa Fadiar Oei Tereza Oghoorian M., i R ' W- Y V' " ' ' I 'R ,gage iiigaiiifgl I 5 , f 4 - . Z : .- 5 , 1 Q, . -vim F X ,HJ , , fel M-T-il ' " fn, Q Mugs i 'Sli Lisa O'NeiIl Lt - Seniors l35 Mercy Ornelas an J X .Aa 'H-.. Melissa Petrov William Pickering l36 Seniors i i Helena Porter I Agnes Paladino Kim Phongsa Claire Pinkston Samuel Puffinburger Leroy Parker John Peterson Craig Piper Marie Porcell Jeanne Pursel Dolores Ouezada X. 0 KIE' D David Quinones Martha Quintero "l wonder if l turned off the oven this morning," mutters Jeffrey Rediford Vaughn Rex Brad Pickering to himself. x Susan Richards Lori Richardson Maximillian Riedel Leanne Robertson Valerie Robinson Andrea Rochelle Tito Romero Elvira Sanchez Seniors IS7 l38 Seniors J-Q 'rf 1 hi "l if-Q Susan Sanderson Emily Savoie Tracie Scarborough Grace Schwemmer Thomas Seeker Fred Sevajian have Blair and year. We would like to rude for all that you have .ce without you? the have and grati- I ff Shelly Serrurier Class of '84 Yolanda Seymour Trinell Shanks Janet Smith Tiffany Smith Charles Sorenson Bernardo Sotelo Alise Stellwagen Brian Stevens Ted Stokes fy-sf . l .,"'4ff'f, ' Lynette Swaim Brenda Tabor , , I 1 +4 is ecstatic Jackie fin... ior-groupl I ith the ' H V X Naoko Takarabe Frank Teng Dawn Thomas Gloria Thomas vf Matthew Thornton Misty Tolbert Richard Tong Mateo Torres r . f. , Seniors 139 l l li Stacey Townsend Maria Trejo 'Vi if - gi.. f . i , , 'Mui , ,:3 ,, , , gal' :fur . , 'm .,i r15? z ' df" L Elizabeth Tremblay L- . .A . Y X . ,:' X xl '., il 3, .. ' ,, ijtiw -. 79. Kevin Turk Michael Turner Cecelia Vaughns N T Katrien Vermeulen Ed Vita V 1 X Eleazar Vita Huy Trinh F' " Gregory Vaughns Stacey Wales congr-at I4O Seniors i - 1 - ,yur C ' , , 4 , f Q s 'f '-r . Rolanda Wallis Rochelle Weber Cameron Wesley Del Ray Williams Jana Williams David Windham Brian Wong Anthony Woods lla--5 g Cheryl Wright Janet Yang Cecilia Younger Holly Zimmerman ulations Seniors l4l f"'f I42 Seniors I --A 1 llfll ' u il li' IW I n , Om! ' " 'Uli lug, 'Av 3 vu- P'-v N A ,J ,1 E , , '. +9L f? 'N1"i, J fz figsf-1f f: fm:?': fi f nw me wa. ' ri .fa , :A- fi .,.. , f ' f' lr , ' 2 Q ' .3 1 A E fx' L 1- ' -1- W Cf -K 1 K ik-1 gld - 'f'ce.'Qg . 5 f x Q5 Q55 X QM Q65 Qciidzvx vb QQ S- QQ K Nw 4 550 Ulf 50? u XO OD Qogd' No U 510 Q5 f, fx 0 jx BQ O 54 Om? so 000 O 60 qgggql CU' Cf Q X090 U Q9 QU I44 'ig- Q 547927162 . , ,, S, .J-if pf Seniors I45 with cares. bringing out other that no one else beautiful things 'X hard enough to find, It i mutual trust and honesty that lets us be ourselvesyaf all times." who in s truly educated person intelligentIy." Chai CEmerson Williamsj ,"Ain't this the lifel Well, better weird than S rrlrier V pf A 1 Rick Nowak . .., N- ' 'F " . ,. th children of tomorrow ar the ones called by life. and follow it with stead teps and heads high. things child They ar r n of new frontiersg no smoke will veil theirff' eyes and no jingle of chains will drown out their voices. They are the seed dropped before the face of the sun and it shall grow into a mighty tree. its root in the heart of the into threatened threat face of Anne Esbenshade "May the Lord our God watch between me andthee while we are absent from one another." Becky E. :johnson "Each moment of the yi ! r has its own beauty. a pic- ture of which was never -gg before and which will r be seen again. Remembe God shuts one door. he opens another.' " T ,635 Rosi Cesari il l "There is a great difference and freedom to. We are but we heart until The 'is that our souls we once enjoyed l l I 1 ' " . . . l mean, I really do think that love is the best thin in the Pt , "ll '7 kin ' W -E +' ' .say for ' M ty-gm 1 'L AW fairer tlifiideath, th . an 'ifmfgp ' J' f ,T CThe Prin E +- 'lri eb -Qtr, ' Y -V - 1, 1 af. ' l "The calling for M1651 pf the-draft is an enormoul step badkward in the' s ' ' for a humane world. No re newal, American or " y uld be based on blood. A 'man who specializ si" other men. regardless of . ideologyl, is an as sin. Forcing youths to do this is a criine.",,L 'M "" M ., ' fu x . Borge-.Q - , .W 4, l , zjgfim W Jo eph Bogaard died. we were better, we "My mother cried . . . said I IUJEAGIB Mere born . . . we re seniors Ya know, it word. Let's do mean and 'tion' don t want to the that say are free to do anything. serves the best we have to Karen Baldeschwieler Get out of l46 T i do lnot reme iridays, We remember moments "We've travelled a long, long time together. is NX And there have been a lot of good things on the way Sandra Cramer But now it's almost time for leavin' is g brln I WC F6 HOW Yo ,ever remain in my heart. .Our friendship will n . . . Jeannie Pursel "Always be willing you m ROI Jana been my f end for so long, our friendship has grown. been theF.to share my joys. good things happening ne it's all been said. So I know tomorrow youll fThe Kinksj Jana Jones don t we dreqged in getting to before you QOIM to be apart, ever die." I love for all the great friends and I will to listen, We-inf LIS! O OW. How's Best pal a rhyme met, can't eady7 How I man wants you times!!" B "How word, fy! . All that good grief, this is toooo brief." All that Anthony Woods There is no word, no phrase for you, On whom l so depend. All I can say to you is this, "To the boys: God begsfyouf precious friend." It is hard to say goodbye to a X N I Rochelle WebeT' nm Million dreams, a thousand promises, at And you. a good book, I was " - 'nish the last page. "I love you 3? the fr s ofyou are Chantal . . . Chri 's Me- ritten well wit y life. lissa. ha halj See. I m now. Ill They are things t c ot be taken from me. set iid ,a b 4 for them on my Private ' sq' '- V An adv Iumes of love." " 'fe is short, Lisa Q'N6ill goo things in life Skool has bin ruffI" ned One "Take I y iii Ax "Ea I I ' a . s ' X qa"'..'- l X 'ro' 3 ' 1 OE., Q' ,AYQnly rats win ' ki I J race." "war I I 147 I, . 1 Ybu are never "Sometimes you wonder what's in it for you, You wait, You see. 'Cause it's all you can do. just to hold on . . . Uackson Brownj Ongqfo evef-y the'f'ii1oment of T the Azxaluge to all the TEX S- "Livin bigh, living fine. I .EVCIISH UQMEIU , . . , , It's a free world. Don't hold back, Do what it takes. Give it all you got. Keep it slow, I Keep smiling, lfqou act as you lt will all come sooner. lf you play the Always and you "The more you The more you know. The more you can forget, the So why study??" f Leslie Kirksey Is All that ,I 51 PI 1, . . I , n a dr may :thin a dream. 1.35551 'iff' fi CEd r Allan Poej 'Ken Lake live un tears the are an sha you 1' 'X .-Y' I -- - , . -i".p w.4"- ..'l ' '- :. 1, .uizleargy ,,,,.f, , ,ml-. , I gan lighff' - f ' that hold in my mind. Il never know. Julie Anderson . we thank Thee for the night. for the pleasant morning light: Yo rest and 1 en the u make so da is running of what's Policeb I I I I I I I I I I , Cafe' fair. ould, y. Jones -in-v If -' ' ' It I a , gg.: will-,,...m.:5l::I' - 'V -A 1 :'llIwj,q.5,Iq:Ig3,lg1' Ivbqg JN, he MP0 af ,Q "I've done it, I've done itl "We should be content with what we have, Guess what l've donel N never with what we are." Pollockj t be ever - ii, v i . E J' careq A time mlnd. You LQ of things and idea? Qlda Scott Taylory you need." Grace Schwemmer Danna and .VW here aol go no I . Crlaig Piper VL I CThe Policeb David Deleon finals and 1' fx 37'Where I go only time will tell." Uoe Perry Projectj Amanda Fox don't stand so close to me." highuschool years are t of your 's notebook, I haveyhad There are but a lot are years of X "Wham the gf ' " tiyfo me e ourself, WHS never no sense. So. pack up you troubles in your old kit-bag, To follow fashion. And .Smileysm.ileL.imi.lel'f.t ,,., ,yly D or , ,., T. u p - qanlybe anybody else, ,V Tracie Sea T rough Q34 ,, f 5 I . D ff .4 . VY x' I ' I' - ' Son." L ' ' I Y- , ry Hallj second to say gooqyef' A y' v A .L ' CU27 . Z. ' - 1 ' ' Nootbaar BOBBK7' NOOlf BA- BADDA- BA ' ' A -NA- DA- DA- BAT- DOT- .- Xl 'X CFatty "Buster' "Then let's side: We're 'V "',X Jeff Koch having an most people - S live and die as we are." 3 N 5- Unigo Zoo of Deathj ' " R -ii A .- . f-1 Y, . W ',.i 'w 'i4..fi'- , I49 Juniors How the years fly by! Just yesterday it seemed these juniors were being teased as freshmen. Next fall they will be seniors .. . the big guys on campus. This class is strong, and they have the potential to continue the spirit that the Class of i984 brought. The Class of i985 was responsible for much of the spirit on the campus this year. Throughout many of the assemblies, the junior section seemed to be the loud- est, having overwhelming spirit. Under the leadership of their fall president Mar- cus Dawson and spring president Miko Campbell. the junior class proved them- selves strong. Although there are several separate social groups within the class, they always manage to pull together and carry out their activities successfully. This school year seemed to lack the number of activities of previous years. Many of the students seemed threatened with the thought of the closure of Blair. therefore activities were not their top pri- ority. Hopefully the influential strength of the A.S.B. and the seniors will encourage the juniors to revive their involvement in Blair and make their last year a good one. We are confident that Blair will not close. so hopefully the morale of these new sen- iors will become higher. We wish you luckl 8 A lu HD A n-!---- 'F".4' fy! . Nil It . - ,N , ,H ' N f , - Nb .wx Qs. - , , y "' I" . I l.,"1 Above: Hassan Carroll dreams of the Big A. Right: Famous Erwin and buddies find shelter under an umbrella. Far right: Suresh Krishnan runs across an open field to Anna's awaiting arms. Below right: "Another exciting assembly," thinks Chris Brandt. Anna Amaral Gricelda Amezquita hr John Aquino .rf , is Avedis Asdourian " U A Russell Axxe Sheronda Bailey vp- 2 -- I Qs: an 1 A gc .X K Toniia Barnes Jeremie Basmaiian Cornell Bean N .7 ,-A a 'f'.'- , NH ,Q en... , I -4 4 l4sc . .J Q I it Sheran Beckford Anthony Bell Deirdre Benn 3 Eric Bland - - Brenetta Bolton Brandon Bowlin Christopher Boyd Nh M19 Oscar Bradley Chris Brandt Laurie Brown . ' ' le Brown Esmeralda Bugarin if 5 ,Q ,, Suzzette Burns 3, . Geoff Burwell Horacio Cabral Raul Cabrera KI X ', S I Yvwlil Zina Abram Terry Ariel Robin Adams Jorge Aguilar Gina Albert Roselle Allen -4 'X X 1 if mi L N .il 4 e -s 211' 3-N su-4 gb- X. .-.. 969' l X v i 'lol n 5-ll m- r N 1 N f u-- xi . X A ' Miko Campbell Darrell Canly Doris Carter Judith Case Luis Castaneda Lorenzo Cervantes Tawny Cates Tedd Cates Jim Cetina Sunglin Cheng John Chew Karen Chew Nozomi Chimura Byung-hak Cho Zamira Collazos Sandy Coria Maria Corona Guillermina Correa Kenneth Crockom Derrick Crutcher Jennifer Dakan S Kimbree Davis Marcus Dawson Martha Diaz 'QQ 9, I if L . as 'pw A I ,t 5 7' F 'Str ' 1 1 fi' ' ' , 1 ...- Reynaldo Dimacali David DeChararme Dave Duran -5 U N' M .' Ig : K Y , A-.A l Melanie Eickhoff Famous Erwin Bernardo Escalante Teresa Fernandez Teresa Flores Lulu Fou fvcg g X 1 - B 1 Jackson Fung X , , Deanna Furlong Aileen Galindo ml ,, N 5 Doug Galindo 'X " 5 l a Aleiandro Gallegos . 5. X Y 'lf 1 Crisanto Gallegos ' v 'T " Roxanna Galloway ' 5 - ' W Jose Gamboa -W? I I1 hx Q . , x . "W, W. L ,Z X mf' i Byron Garcia ,X Jacquelynn Garwer 3 'l' Natalia Garza ,. 1 Tommy Gholar " S ' f' J0hl1 Gibson y D31 1 if Jana Giles I ' Packard Giles J M7 Desiree Gill X Yam X I 'K 5 I Trina Gitchuway f R Armando Gonzales v A 5, Emilia Gonzales 2' 'S 1:- fi A xr. Q -LL - ,V R V in V-, f'v - .gil N.- Gustavo Gonzales -R 'A : V - , ,kv Pedro Gonzales , K Ruben Gonzales ! X' '93 A X .., ,A Jennifer Gordon 33 5, X Es 5 Jaime Grant , .. l J ' H, Michael Guerry "" A Q Kg' ,X ef i G K' X l Mei I f Anjli Gupta L 6, Zaida Gutierrez bb J, N ,, Kelly Hagen gg- ' 'T , Adam Haido ,N Sheila Hall L. I. Andre Hamm Q, I -3 '- I Z' ' . J lla gl X SNS- Sabrina Hammond 5' - William Han 6 ba X John Hanashiro 3 1 Q- 5 Af l I v r f i - ' U i 1 -4 X 4' idx ef- ,5 33 it Joe Hanes Laurita Harvey Heather Hayward Liz Hebgen Reggie Henderson Travis Henderson la :su-5 25 gfllfl g Q fi' 5 ""! an W Above. Nick Woods portrays his sex appeal on the parade route. Left. The cameraman receives a scary glare as Hassan Carroll turns and takes his attention off the game. Far left: Brian Maloney portrays his tassled look while sitting on his vespa. Below left: Steve Robinson pretends not to laugh as Nicole Brown tickles him. .ga 'ft :JW is ' Q ,. Robb Hendrix ""' Alisha Henson 'bv Evie Hendrecks .-5 ff Sherry Henson Gloria Herrera Mayro Herrera 63 6 5- , 0' v---v 5. -V 1 X it A ' 4 x if y Zoila Herrera 1 . y John Herron A 'Q 'i ,t e ,X M N r Judy Hsu a' we Randall Hurst - I 'Q 5 2. t.. Harold Hurtado I ' 'R t... Mai Huynh L X Q A ' 1' Francisco lbarra 1, H' 1 'XXX 7 5 i S ,i L Pat lnfante .. 2 'li iv , t 4 Z .--v' Matthew Inman 3 ,4 at Derek James ' .A , ' Romelia Jara A 6 "' J '20 5' l Raul Jimenez :fr A 13, Glyn : -Y Arcelia Johnson V -. " Farnett Johnson xl , Kim Johnson U , l Xt A . Monique Johnson ' l '4 ,Q Diane Jones f Michael Jones 25. 2 Z? fs Mike Kenyon Laurie Klein Chris Knabenbauer Christine Knowles Monique Krikorian Wendell Kitnp 'N Q- 'g' wc- , Below: Terell Gherke tries to convince his friends that his Suziki is worth the two dollars he's asking for. ,V 'v f 44'- ,, , 1 S5 2 5uzUK' Suresh Krishnan Fernando La-Barbera Loren Land Michael Leflore rw ,-. rw-..,,. an 1 Above: Eric Bland smiles as the salesperson helps him match his clothes 1 lv-1 an sf- nil s Doris Lester 5. 5 o- iv Mindy Lewis ' ---- -' ' ' ' I Todd Lewis y ' , is R , Steven Lockhart I N ' X X- Hung Loi I Lynda Lord Quynhnhu Ly Q 1 Hoa Mac F' "' Marshall MacCready Q if "' X nb- if John Maisterra ' 1, 11' " Craig Maloof X L , Martita Mares i :il A if .. 5.x , Regine Marsh 1 Antoinette Martin Kellie McAlister t N .Q 4- N... John McGinley L .Q L- Nemecio Medina Q W... ,vw V 4...- Rodolfo Medina " L f Carolina Mendoza - , Y Sarah Mendoza Melissa Miele Aloma Miller Alondra Miller Kevin Mills Steve Mitchell is N l x 5 the 5, t . i 1 -.. gf "JO M NX Ak S5 .91 1 is 1 Q-X -el fi fl V ah 'r P Q. ,t.x AN. I Narciso Monge Roy Morgan Elisa Moye Michelle Moye Eduardo Munoz 'Vs 3 5'c .11 J 2' mens. Juan Murillo Connie Muro Patricia Musser Walter Nesbitt Arthur Neff Bertha Nestor Q Q1 Henry Norment Leticia Ornelas Enrique Orozco Mark Palmer Sheri Parker lsaura Perez Karen Perow LaTonya Phillips Charles Pierce Michele Pineda Jose Pinelo Terry Pittman Damon Powell Brent Poydras Renee Price 'Q ,r X -xg? V. Above: Caught daydreaming, Rose Ann Virzi thinks of Friday night's activities. x lxx Below: Tommy Gohlar portrays his five year old look while eating his popslcle INA belle' Gina Prudholm Albert Quinde Christina Ouiroz Juan Ramirez Teresa Ramirez Veronica Ramirez Brian Rife Edward Robinson Steven Robinson Maria Robles Ernesto Rodriguez . .TQ Teresa Rodriguez Anthony Russell Luzelma Sanchez Southala Sayphraraj Steve Scherer Sylvia Schwemmer Laureen Scott Phillip Shamburger Carla Shrgart Stephanie Sianez Gabrielle Sims Holly Smith N.. 4 In rl 2: . x, .lf . . X ,1"" it .X A Shelby Smith Vanena Smith Vernice Smith Katy St. John John Stone Paul Suggs Sameena Syed X.. l 11' fi' ' w ,f 'A er 'K - ,N ,f 'ev . ' X I a Left: Trying to avoid the cameraman. Doug Galindo pretend his homework. Above: Jeremie Basmajian looks at her ye layout in disgust. Right: Unlike Doug Galindo. Brandon flashes a look at the camera. Q- 'X T. 1, A 1-3, .i".. 6-as 1 A If ll X x . w ' 5 . as . D1 . us . P4 . f' '-.AX.f'E5's.Qfm's,,"x.f' 'sf' ,wg 'x.f'm's..q5vmfx. f 5 3 1 I 55'- P O asf mfir 5. - X. xg' ,,. Xxl QL gk Miguel Taico Tammy Tanner Kim Taylor Elyce Thomas Zondria Thornton Louisa Tong Gabriel Torres Jeffery Turner i 39 its up-3 -'ai 9 V L A A S ,surf S all L V A 'sl P. .. .Uhr S :-. if , ,,,. -wi. is-"".......i , 1 ul' , , l f 9 Q, be tr , X K , l N fl ' E gs-. fl Q 4-... A Robert Wing Emily Wong Melinda Woods Nick Woods Orell Woods Roberta Woody Katsumi Yoshida Carla Uccles Maria Vacio Maria Vargas Norma Vasquez Ramiro Vasquez Leslie Venerable Danny Villegas Hector Villegas Rose Ann Virzi Todd Vradenburg Kecia Walker Roy Washington Leonard Whipple Lanette Williams Anne Wilson Rod Wimberly D 4 . n 4 . , 4 . v 1 ' D 4 . 5 4 . 5 4 ' Xbfmk. A.!" x.f ,A K, Q .f' .N6.'.m"'. 'AXAER-f' .f'm . ' ll . A ' ll Ia - - - .. - ,, , ' - , , A . - - . . - - . . - . Q .. 'R X! rg. I 'M Z?"-'-A-Lg-1.411114 .of WWE. fl an I ' Q rf: ., 1 11. H0 4 , " .X Marcus Abraham Maria Aguilar Basima Akroush John Aicher Jeffery Aldridge Rommel Alindogan Aaliz Alverez Sanova Anderson Michael Artaleio Dagaberto Avila Jackie Baldwin Gustavo Banuelos Margaret Barcslo Nancy Barrios Author Barron Dennis Batisie Vernon Bennett Niccola Blaylock Charles Blinkenberg Pat Bodenshot Sharonne Bowers Cedric Brooks Lawrence Brown Willie Brown Castlia Bugarian Carolyn Burns Javier Cabral Marlene Cabrales Nicole Cain Gerardo Camarillo John Campbell Chris Calleton Matt Caradonna Jason Cardone Gustavo Carlos Elizabeth Carlson Hector Casas Olga Casteneda Laura Chan Jose Charcas Shu Fing Cheng Hector Chico S. 4U- W-.I 4 I 6 X A i ., 5? ' ,L fps 'i ,-. 0' 5- Avi P 4- .ii ' if X it l L- vc:- yi x -2- , I-1 xx ,I by l ' 'fl' - tv lf,- Abovef Laurie O'NeiIl shows her winning Colgate smile. Below: Two enthusiastic Bla students show their spirit after another successful Pep Rally. Qeee 2' Y ' A le", Wir -lv f'7 fs l Above: Jeanette Jackson slowly strolls to class. Below: Mike Coleman uses an intimidating stare to try to improve his grade. .oi ,I 1 v , Y -1' L1 l J M' J. Pl l -s 34 K l . ' 'Q ' l L I l IA ,Z K-4 in 'rg S 1' .s ,ar - 4 . vu Aix , 'Qtr I I 3'-N , ' 5 I . ,J ' ex Ap I-Q X. l ' l!,- nth X Q5 l 1 1-5 CF ... -4 -A X M13 f bhwhl nt- uilsphlla .nusbhtpbpl ,N,4 Maria Chico Mike Coleman Donald Collier Norma Colon Elsy Concha Chase Connerly Martha Conner Alex Contreras Sergio Corona Gilbert Coronado Maurillo Cortes Monique Craft Diane Cramer-Borneman Chris Crowder Vannia Cuba Amy Curtis Darryl Davis Lisa De Boes Maria De Casas Nora Del Hoyo Vania De l.a Cuba Sean Diarse Ricardo Duarte Simeon Ducksworth Timothy Echols Evelyn Eldonor Kevin Elshout Maria Esparaza Fred Espinosa Darcey Estes Ralph Ettress Bob Evans Rosie Fernandez Melissa Fisher Gustavo Flores Glen Flournoy Lorene Fleming Marvelle Foster Lance Franklin Arthur Galindo Reza Galindo Vania Gallardo Abraham Gallegos Beatriz Galvan Julio Gallgel Mauru Ganther Maria Garcia Dora Gardea Pablo Garza Julie Geremesz Greta Gertmanian Lisa Gholar Sieal Gibson Alfred Gipson Andrew Goddard Manuel Gomez Carlos Gonzalez Edwin Gonzalez Fernando Gonzalez Gloria Gonzalez Sergio Gonzalez Kenith Graham Kim Grant Franchon Gray x ,it N H R ":, ie- i.. NNQI. A I ai Above: "Baby Smurf" is obviously enthusiastic about his 50 page homework assignment. Right: Anthony Ruth and friends show their Blair spirit. 11: V np! Gi. At , G . 3 i A' l 52' :1 M 1 1 1 ' U l L Q , n v Y 5 UN' Right: Norah Jolley lives up to his name. f'?"X'g?F' i Bur , QI lr:l1?liw har 3 Q i 1" -J i 'iz i Above: Eric Oberholxzer qw, " ill' C . Wi' X t XI' '.' 'X l 5 , qs f , ,rw and Joan Virzi give their divided attention to their teacher. fag? J 5 .. Jennifer Gray Sylvie Greene Nichelle Greer Ana Guerrero Teresa Gutierrez Michelle Halton Steven Hargis Sean Head Deshawn Hearn Monique Hearn Gregg Hearst Melinda Helms Travis Henderson Fidal Hernandez Maria Hernandez Angela Herrera Carmen Herrera Luis Herrera Hasani Hicks Tamani Hicks Lolaletha Hill Casandra Hockenhull Bridget Holloway Ronald Hopkins Jeff Hubbard Leona Hubbard Kathryn Huerta Leshon Hughes Karen Hurst Jeanette Jackson Randolph Jackson Ronald Jackson Alfonso Jara Fred Jenkins Susanna Jimenez Joseph Johnson Pamela Johnson Darrin Johnston Norah Jolley Jeffery Jones Sherry Jones Tammy Jones Teddy Jones Oralia Juarez Rafella Juarez Louis Kahn Kirstin Karipides Raed Khalaf Young Kim Jerry Knowles Theodore Koch Elke Kostelac Ara Koundakjian Gower Krachman Mai La Wesley Lake Clarence Laster Adelma La Torre Kevin Lauderdale Danica Lee George Lewis Staci Littleiohn Michael Lockhart Donald Lopez Rosalinda Lopez -ie l tl, f f in N J at l's f X Ml' lx fr Q ,asm J' .9-- l l 4:- x Q 'V any tl N I ' Mlm J Q .,.I..,,. , 4 -A: 4- .1-fl' n J ' Far above: Kenneth Williams and Sam Morgan show their spirit and love for each other. Above: Trying l f . v,1,."' Q X to look as innocent as possible. John Stauff convinces the security guard that he is not ditching. . U' . B 6 . ua Q - X J y y Labs 'sf ' . 56 W O I Q ' 311 by! X ' xox ." "'w X, ' Ru , ' K X, 'S f 55' LY - 0 t ' -.- ' ' Q' " " 3 Eurado Lorenzo Henekiah Luckey Lorrie Luna Kecia Lyndy Julie Lyne Anh Mac Ernesto Madrigul Saul Mares Michael Marin Regina Marino Tonya Marshall Robin Martin Yourlanda Martin Evangelina Martinez Tina Mastorakes Doug Mcbath Shelia Mclnnis Sheila McNiff Fernando Medina lseia Melara Tamara Minnitt Robert Mills Ruben Molina Maria Monge Maricella Montes Sophie Monteroso Chris Moore Dawnye Moore Elizabeth Morgan Samuel Morgan Edith Morrison Ana Mungilla Candelario Muro Robert Nyuyen Cesar Nufio Reed Olmstead Laurie O'Neill Zenaida Oliveras A Jacqueline Osborne Erik Oberholtzer Alexandra Palmer Eugene Palmer Jose Paniagua Sean Parker Sandra Peron Somphone Phongsa Angel Pimentel Jesus Pimentel Sandra Placenia Philip Plaslellano Reggie Prince Amy Provence John Puffinburger Chris Real Panagota Regopoulos Frank Renzullo Nick Renzullo Javier Reyna Georgina Reynoso Lisa River Senovio Rivera Kim Rodriguez Salvador Rodriguez Dwight Rogers Ada Romero Roberto Romero Margarita Rosales W Danny Roth V' Tersa Ruiz ' Jackie Russell Anthony Ruth Timothy Sams Bernardo Sanchez Irma Sanchez Marcelino Sanchez Sergio SandoYal Bryan Taylor Chamthari Sayphrarat Pam Schoonhoven Regina Schweska Suzanne Schweska Armando Sepulveda Maria Serrano Robin Shamburger Heidi Shane Robert Shaw Peter Sherrod Keith Sherry Timo Siltanen Maria Simental Lucilo Simental Johnny Smith Melinda Smith Juan Solis IN -IL .. il N , ip- if" if' . ,M lg, 1:- if i, ' . 7 il l, i- J E W ,ff Above: Evelyn Eldnor shows her surprise at the grade that received on her history final T "5-f."l' 2 , , 'Ji A I F C! 6 -' 7s 1- K i W". . I in Lf- :Liu Abovef Maury Danther, Tyrone Johnson. and Troy Jackson show their ' :S bil , F . N. Q 6' u-'X "' i ax lv . f las: as , y dt g X 1 .1-' e 1 K' E yy 'Q' y at-l vt 4 T +, 1 -. 4 I' ' I ' - Q - X L I l my - Xlxt. ' x ll .I wr, , ,, fu, i, :egg , :JS ,.. J I 'W wiv, ix K I . - lf P S as ff Y S fe-J . et' ." v r 4' 'av X 1 - x ' I U4 by -iq? fflzef' ,Mm 1, Q' best GQ pose. Danny Sun Ingrid Sunay Nicole Suzuki Chantilly Taylor Lance Taylor Mable Taylor Pamela Teasley 5- ll i Marcilde Soria Jacqueline Sowell Danny Stanfield John Stauff Audrey Stephenson Kim Stevens Lisa Stewart Daryl Stokes Michael Stokes Anita Tedhams Elia Terriquez Maurrylen Thomas Van Lane Thomas Heather Tierny Joi Truitt Cauillermo Torres Marcia Turner Emily Wade Ferdinand Wagner Wais Wahab Patricia Walker Scott Wallerstedt Robbie Walter Michelle Walton Danavita Watson Jennifer White Tammy Weaver Tim Whitbord Tersa White Sonia Wiggins Lliseo Williams Kenneth Williams Dwana Willis Henry Willis Marlene Willis Michelle Wopschall Yolanda Woods Madeline Uclaray Chris Uzeta Tina Llzeta Rudy Valdez Eric Vanderveen Victoria Vasquez Jose Velez Lisa Velez Joan Virzi Sophia Yen Ivan Zawinul Michael Zinzun 1 fd . S ' 94 . so , D4 Q -.2 K I 7 4 l W U ' , . Q rxf. .,lEbx.!..X.!l5bx.Q XO krf' XJIEDXQ .fl kgbj ES! 3. 'x .ll - --ii,.., -..,- Q Fre hm n Beginning a new year in an unfamiliar atmosphere can be a frightening exper- ience. This is a familiar feeling for any member of the freshmen class. Try to think of a term that describes a freshman and you come up with words like "cau- tious," "confused," and "curious." There was a lot of talent in academics and ath- letics, and most became very involved in activities. Picking a freshmen out of the crowd is DOI a hard task. lt is a freshmen who usual- ly walks into the wrong class, or the one who carries a map of the campus during the first semester, or the one who walked to Allendale thinking it was C-campus. Being a freshmen class officer wasn't a easy task. It truly took a lot of time and effort combined with a busy schedule. Trying to get other class members inter- ested and motivated to get involved with the happenings at school was a full time job. The freshmen class was led by Presi- dent Sean Boyd: Vice-President Barbara Davis, Secretary lldi Pentek, and Treasur- er Pat Brandt during the fall semester. ln the spring, President Brenda Ramirez, Vice-President Jose Munoz, Secretary Ru- ben Brown, and Treasurer Efren Paniagua, led the active class. Several officers showed great leadership capabilities. The class was under the fine advisorship of Virgina Berrentini. During November, the class had a very successful candy apple sale which got them off to a good start financially. Due to the success of the sale in November, the class decided to have another in the spring. Finally, their spirit at assemblies was exceptional. They let the rest of the classes know that they're proud to be the Freshmen Class of I987. Although Blair is a great adjustment from junior high school, they have adapted well. They showed great leadership qualities for their years to come at Blair. - , ,,,,4,.- Top: Sean Boyd wishes he was back at home in bed. Above. Andy Laakmann laughs at Yuichi Handa's joke. "What's up Chuck?" Oppostie clockwise: Larry Koh thinks. "Wow. l'm getting my picture takenl" Cameron Totten takes time out to pose for the camera. Jose Munoz tries hard to get his homework done before his favorite T.V. show begins. Barbara Davis looks hard for her favorite pen. Jean Cativiela turns fiercely around to see who threw the ball at him. '-r 4 36 up-.. -1 1 . 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Above left: Oliver Bizzle says. "Me cheat on my test?" Belew left: Mark Goodstein finds out that the tennis match is much more interesting than his book. Above: How do you spell relief? B - R - E - N - D - A. I.- " 4' E' S- Q- :Q A- ' 4-, st' ,v .-7 sfse lik S v-., - 4...- ,.:'.,J sir- ,- th W l J l s Ei x i X 4 V G -I I 7 in 1 , 'il x 5 l Francisco Cervantes Francisco Chacon Alvin Clark Fred Coffee Celeste Colbert Michelle Colee Sean Comiotes Ernesto Coronado Cassandra Correa Mark Crear Dexter Crockett Virginia Cubbage Carmen Cushman Michelle Dakan tl I9 Q' C? B- tai 51. 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Christian Gorman Jerry Goyette Elisia Grant Claudine Greene Catherine Gregg Dionne Griffin Ann Griffith Anthony Grimes Ana Guerrero Jaime Guevara Venecia Guy Leslie Hall Sharon Hall Yuichi Handa Karen Hanft Georgeann Hanna Fredreece Harrison Marc Hartman Brenda Hatcher Jeffrey Hearst Kindra Henderson Anna Hernandez German Herrera Sabrina Hetz Connie Hockenhull Jocelyn Hsieh Kimberly Hubbard Jason Hue Bridgette Hughes Thanh Huynh Adela lbarra James Jacobs Roger Jansson Darren Johns Clea Karipides Kamaljit Kaur Tiffany Keith Lulani Keliikoa Pamela Kennedy Yoolim Kim Anthony King John Kirkgaard Kristin Knudsen Laurence Koh k 5- lts- r ur Hirst C Q ? lg D xl F . V "' i 2' " 1 rv' 3' ly V ' X 1 , is X wie xx, K C., l an x i Xi- 41 X X f . . X l Q' gf I 1 1.4 ,, :z ,yt " F, me A I Q- S3 l 46 bk l Cl L- . E' X An L- T' R Fgfy' " . fi. Oppositepagef Leslie Hall and Kelly Mosely wish lunch would last all day. Left: Mutsuko Sata fantasizes about Mr. Hsu. 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"Hey, l've got this homework Marirose prado Pall" Angela Proctor Sandra Quiroz 2 - ic ae ar L M' h I P k X 1 SA Q ' W , Q A Brenda Ramirez Marco Ramirez Martha Recio Y V l Df' , 4 'N Lf: C N ff' F' vii CN V Q ,fl X f'UR f' X bg A4.'iX 'Stl Qtr 75 A 1' it N 7917! - Wmfl 9.--1 'I 95 x'f'l,,.,yYf, ?7'frY A ?,,,ymf.72'i-,JE -'Y Y, C57 Uf! X 5 6545- L- .5 . ' ' - X L., IQTTW Clfx'-ch L C-Q ,-l,. h..i',, r4',A.Qf x ,ly yu .-A A-i:g, -Q f::+!AJ"TT- tj U' 'il"A"'5-' Robert Reynolds Christopher Ritchie Arturo Rivera Nina Robinson Tamiko Robinson Santiago Robledo Neida Rocha Daniel Rodriguez Diana Rodriguez Erick Rorye Anita Sakaguchi Felipe Sanchez Patricia Sanchez Edward Santana Linda Santana Greg Santiago Mutsuko Sala Jill Saurenman Amy Savoie Gregory Scarcell Larry Scott John Segura Luis Serrano Maria Serrano Omar Shamburger Nazila Sharifi Sandeep Shari Michelle Sianez Gordon Smith Erika Solis Oscar Soto Kevin Spencer Tarrah Spurgeon Lavania Stables Allison Sleppes gf' 5 35 35" 3 ' , K . Q l 1 X lA. l N A l L 1 6 Y 2 L -if 32' 'FV l xx l pl S. -Q V . Y. by ,X .lt I O i' 0 H v -' 0 AERA. l k. .,amsx.'gXJl tx - Q un 0 is --, qs- 'bf y s. J' I 1 I XJ l 'a .f'W's-'AJ lx "luv, X! - Q - - - Q C ---w-rr ' .... .qu Wi' 44""' I . ,- i' ii ,si L. Q :Lx ti! .., us- . fa- ,- 'Y' 5. 'UI .,. ... .1 ix, V Y I N L.. "1 uv.. Sv 6. , 5, Q-.- g- G bt Q ' s il L, , R sf 4: 1: , 2 -- x ' Ov :T ..- LQ. 5 . . 4-. 'abr' tt" 'FX' C . V iv 6- vn- V. i 4, Q. Damian Streetz Robert Stringer Jeffrey Strings Yolanda Stubblefield Jimmy Sun Muliadi Surya Nauman Syed Marilyn Taico Elizabeth Taylor Eva Taylor Amy Tewksbury Andrea Thomas Tracy Thornton Jennifer Torres Marlon Torres Rogelio Torres Cameron Totten Chantal Turner Joshua Llllrich Mark Underwood Edward Uriarte Shane Valderrama Felicia Valdez Alma Vargas I i Opposite above: Bridgette Hughes. Oscar Soto, and p L 5 Maria VQIQZ Maria Amaya show they're proud to be freshmen. I t Christopher Vignati Opposite below: Jeff Hearst is amazed at the way N in Hailw Villtawir the people on the next court play. Above: Ildi Pentek , ' 'lt Jovlla Villanueva says, "Who said you could take my picture?" ' N .- V ' e i xl"l 1 ' F ' Chimene Visser ' che Vo 3 G" Tracy Washington , Darvelyn Watson 5' I V .cr Christopher Whitaker ' Ty Rosiland White X ' l 1 1 N A I 4 Cary Williams K' X ., ul-T' ' H . 'TT Lawrence Williams I . I A Turran Williams V 1 f sy r'rsiW'if 1 . M- , e u ie oot in 5 ' .T-D- 'Q A 6 ' 7 ' 0 Darrin Wyatt .4 - f Cindy Young 5, ' 4 ll' David Young XX, We Mira Zakir ' X X l Nicole Zeiss ' ' O- 3 0 g I '5 0 'J 0 U 6 g I . 5 I ' ' n Q 5 1 ' hx ,Q R I' X l l I Lx 67 ' K.f X. nf .I 5.f X! n Q -.X L' X.. .I . . , Q. l Q . AT ,, - - P - . 0- - .. - Studying Grades . . ,.....- -T...----1-1 , .xl Faculty Has Class Outside of iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i I 'N L., I 1. me School I 4 I I I I I I I L11 K ' 4 and 0- WC, L..-f 4-' IN 'GI LANL. T---H1 I dr! . . Academics dmini tration hold Ti ht Through Thi k i I I I I I I I 1 , -0 QL l I, 5- "?'t i a Above: Top row - Charles Parcell, Ken Olsen. Mid- dle row: Norman Morrow, James Storms. Bottom row: Kathy Lesley. Right: "O.K. l'll bring home pork chops, two heads of lettuce. and the laundry." IS4 Administration Y 1 nd Thin s' I- 1 -' . , . 'Q y . 'x-' ts J As September rolled around and Blair- ites were rushing to get the last bit of fun out of summer, the administration was working hard on their plan of action for the upcoming year. The class programs were sent out and the students were in- formed of the day they should attend the registration festivities. The school year commenced with many disturbances. Budget cuts, teachers' salaries, and stu- dent busing were the major problems. The new conditions caused many headaches and frustrations. but due to our adminis- tration's organization, the situation was resolved. "'s'idl'Q" ,. fr l 'tx 19 ,N .Z T N QQ, J v F P c . I-5 .,.., L I rg -' ' ' - A, f W. 1 X . ' .'5?P':'.v it Q , . V. . . .. 4 l F s l 'tl' , QT? l it '1 V. 22 ql?'7Y.'-1+-s.',,i -MJ" -4 I ., f v.nnf.,T'1-w-1' we :JH -' , 353552, Though the year was tough for the staff and a number of responsibilities were un- expectedly thrust upon them our mighty Viking leaders pulled through. ln green and gold t-shirts, they strode through the tunnel with inspiring smiles on their faces. Could a day go by without Ken Olson's cheerful hello? The friendly "Hey Kiddo" from Mr. Parcell was nice to hear after failing a chemistry test. Mr. Morrow's compassion concerning student activities was overwhelming. "Hey, I knew that Storms guy wasn't so bad after all." And of course the line of eager students waiting to dance with Mrs. Lesley proved that ad- ministrators are our friends as well as our mentors. The administration does a lot more than students realize. They dedicate a great deal of time and they are always around when they are needed. We would like to take this time to thank them for all the little things they do that make our years at Blair special. ffifff""""" gtk!! I '4T1F"cz H , A ff H r - I Above: Mrs. Lesley cheerfully shares lunch with a student. Top: "Who me? I'm a good boy" declares Mr. Storms. the dean of boys. Top right. "You don't wanna mess with me?l Do Ya? Do Ya?" thinks Mr. Parcell. Far right: Mr. Olson scans the scene to see if the coast is clear. Administration l85 Th Crew That H lp Throu h I I I fI III 6 I I I i I Who is always there to help you with your schedule, COUNSELORS. And who is always there when you have a question about college, the COLINSELORSHI This trouble solving trio is always around to help us over those troubled times we all have. These three men are irreplaceable and we are very lucky. We can't express our thanks and deep gratitude we have for them, fffff 40' in----.-.. s-li. -i l86 Counselors 3 X.. Top: Bill Warren. Gene Lambert. Don McAlpin. Above: Honey. is that youl? Top right: Hello. it's Howdy Doody time! Right: Mr. Lambert does his Sammy Davis Jr. impression. sf Securit Get lf you don't plan on attending class, or you're going to show up casually late, be on the lookout for our fearless green secu- rity net. The members of our Blair staff. patrol the campus to keep students in class and out of B.A.P. They also make sure that our students use the tunnel, which is a new policy. With the new. "go to the bathroom, go to the I 6 U h dean" regulation, our security staff has had to crack down. "s' ii 'diiiq' V i s l u 4 Top: Front Row: James Cousins. Mrs. Aebersold, Back Row: Brenda Chism, Diane Jordan, Mark Hagen. Barbara Nelson. Top left: "Watcha talking about Chuck?" exclaims Diane Jordon. Above: Mark Hagen is tired of watching students ditch class. Above left: Brenda Chism clutches her teeth when posing for photo. Bottom left: "Pass ladies?" questions Omar Plante. Security l87 T H E F As soon as school started. the small but O 0 O elite staff of clerical help dug in to fight the many problems that plagued Blair. De- spite these mishaps, they utilized their . O O small force to achieve the ultimate victo- ry - to get Blair running. The secretaries that normally stood guard over the summer had been relieved of active duty, and when the year began, they were in a frenzy to get the organiza- tion back on its feet. The new recruits lacked locker assignments and the atten- I I 6 II I I I I IN I I I I I i i V- f Above: Top row: Dorothy Montgomery, Judith Salis- bury. Sandra Swanson, Jennie Williams, Darlene Hampton. Naomi Mendez. Bottom row: Maria Valdes. Betty Johnson. Ann Smith, Edith Metcalf. Above right: Mrs. Mclntyre shares her knowledge. Far right: Ann Smith counts BAP points. Right: Stu- dents and staff share friendships. "'qvg'pwv9VttD" l88 Secretaries t r mrs-- dance program was still in training. ln addition to the hassles. duties were divided by percentage. Members of the group would work attendance. switch- board, and any odd jobs that needed to be done. At other times, they were sent to the counselors' and deans' offices. This separation of duties made work very tedious for our secretaries, but through the diligency and dedication of our surviving warriors. our campus ran smoothly. i1idii'i61i"s""" .fn .,, , I .7-. V .. - f xx 'lf . .,'A,q , i aka all . Q ,.-. riq' 5. . .-, 'M 's ,,,. rl Bottom: Mrs. Asquith is surprised at how much money ASB has spent. Above: Diane Moore scopes the scene. Left. Smile. Mrs. Montgomeryl You're on candid cameral Far left: Chuckie? He's not in right now." Above middle. "Let's see. , . 38 BAP points. not bad for one week." Above left: Staff enjoys their precious lunch hour. Secretaries I89 M'x it up P ss it u ean it up What would our school be without cus- todians? The custodial staff keeps our school functioning safely, properly, and neatly. This small group of dedicated men are always on call to tend to any emergen- cy that may pop up. Due to them our class- rooms are cleaned, our campus is kept tidy, and our plants and gardens are kept up. We benefit from them a great deal, yet their efforts usually go unnoticed. We would now like to say THANK YOU to our -Jw:-' custodian staff. In addition to the custodians, the cafe- teria workers have a maior job of impor- tance. Alone they manage and operate the cafeteria and canteen. Everything from the preparation of the food to cleaning duties is done by our foods and services staff. So next time you dig your teeth into a burrito or stand in the combo line think of the staff that makes it all possible! dlmllliirialfrr Above: The Fabulous Food Friends Right: The custo- dians are WANTED and needed at Blair Bottom: This Buds for you. Bottom right: lt's been a hard dayl I9O Cafeteria and Custodians U fum. .. 4-:ld . I 1- - 6 .' 'A I A f- n 1. gp y .. 5, A, 'vi ' 1 al laigynl T T' lv. . wltlsgui g,---J'T!l-- .,4"'l A x earnin Fir t H nd lf you've ever felt disillusioned with classes. noticing no immediate effects other than a swollen brain, you might try the Business Department. Many students have entered the business world after graduation as a result of the excellent business program here at Blair. The overall opinion about Blair's Busi- ness Department is that it is very effec- tive in preparing students for future ca- reers. Business teachers who were deter- mined to prepare students fully for careers in business set high goals for their students. Home economics teaches as much to students as English, Math. or History. Rather than gaining knowledge from a book, these classes are basically hands-on learning experiences. Of the courses of- fered. Foods, Sewing, and Early Childhood Education are the most popular. So. if you've ever had a cake fall, or sewn a zip- per in backwards, or just can't seem to understand kids, let the experts in the Home economics department make your life easier! "iiii6diiiiiii 'n :fi fx rfb X 93 Q l Q f "'5?'5jex in vw:-2' .f '5 fl: 1 . .3 ',,,.f,Q, gig-, X f E9 x XX' i 'L' -.,,. -. ' Q.. ,, ,v v Jin.. A ' 'fs"'3"' 1 . nv- -rv 1 ,r4T' .I " ,f" f 1' Above left: Mr. Steelhead Jr. receives a heavy breather during fifth period. Left: We present to you . . . the i976 Miss America - Miss Buckner. Above: Mrs. Hernandez models for yearbook pictures. Above right. Students using the computers hope to further their knowledge in the field of business. Business and Home Economics l9l "W Math D partm nt Solves All Proble fr., This year math requirements became more rigorous and students literally hit the books in such classes as algebra, ge- ometry and trigonometry. Due to increas- ing requirements by the colleges, stu- dents were advised to take more math- ematics. Our math teachers are very involved in activities in and around Blair. Mr. Aroma- tario is the advisor of the Jr. class, as well as the baseball coach at Muir. The chess club benefits from Mr. Larsen's expertise. i i I I I I I I I I I I I II II I I swf """' is Above: First row - Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Williams. Top: Mr. Larsen, Mr. McDonald, Mr. Armatorio. Above right: Mr. McDonald gives his typical Monday morn- ing smirk. Right: Dave Armatorio rushes out of the parking lot due to a Big Mac attack. l92 Mathematics 53,33 -NNN ,, , ,r . , 1 'XXX A fx ,,. Q A ,g N' lx , .,-.f Mrs. Taylor is the proud advisor of CSF and BEACON. The Sophomore class en- ioys Mrs. Williams cheerful help as its ad- visor. Due to the great demand for com- puter classes, Mr. McDonald has been able to utilize his vast knowledge of the com- puter field. Mr. Lopez helps our Latino population understand the already con- fusing mathematics. Throughout the year. the math teachers supported us wholeheartedly, in every way, means and manner possible all Will lalll lbwlwgx ' M xl will llls lm y A ll lr fill? 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Qt Above left: "P.T.S.A. wants me?" says KoKo Williams. "What an honor!" Above right: Mr. Lopez finds time out of his busy schedule to pose for a picture. Left: "You want me to do what?" exclaims Mrs. Taylor. Above: "What's the problem here?" asks Mr. Larsen. i rf 1 Mathematics l93 Engn h i ot Gnly a Partof Everyday Life 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lil --- fa- The English Department offers stu- dents the best practical education they will probably receive at Blair. Biology may fade from memory, and geography may not seem important even if it could be remembered, but because it is used day after day as a necessary means of commu- nication, the English education received at Blair will stick with you throughout your life, for those who accept it. Contrary to what some students may believe, grammar is a relatively small as- I I I I I 194 English . 4 . , i I Q. -z J ' D fr K C-N .. or f c 1 I, '? . . -f 1, t . X 3 Upper left: Robert Rasmussen, Pat Barnett, Ed Waller. Mario Gallo. Jane Downhower. Gerald Gar- den. Norma Russell. Upper right: "I pity the fool who doesn't do my homework." Above: "What do you mean l'm not getting paid?" Left: "You've got to be kidding." 'Xp 'bs l 1 I I' I NN Y .r-..- pect of the English Department. Perhaps the Department objective should be clear- ly definedl Undoubtedly many people don't use proper grammar, but which is more important: what is said, or how it is said? Emphasis in most classes was placed on developing the mind to a level of under- standing beyond the surface. Delving into what may have seemed an unimportant episode in a book and coming up with a totally new and meaningful interpretation, "iff was the goal teachers set for most their students. Not all people relished the idea of having to write deep, insightful essays, but to those who successfully completed the task, came the rewards of a satisfied mind and a commendable grade. When someone is able to communicate on virtually every level of thought, no door can be closed to him. As this year departs, with it goes another group of people who attest to the success of Blair's English De- partment in attaining its goals. I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I Q 3 Q l U Ill! F-W a WK r ,x QL Upper left: "Not now Keshia. I'm taking a picture of my foot!" Upper right: top row: Richard Miyagawa. Julie Owens-Rice. Joe McFadden. Bottom row: Glad- ys Roshko, Virginia Berrenttini. Left: Mr. Barnett does his Tom Sellek impression. Above: Ms. Berent- tini does her tinkerbell impression. English 195 Th Mn ides of Histor I I I I I I I I I Ili! ll iw Above: Bruce Wallace tries out for a role in Flash- dance. Right: "Stop calling me, l'm getting my picture taken," says Don Van Orman. Far right: Mrs. Down- hower chuckles as she grades a students essay. History 1 I' Ria -an i l l l i l l l l One of the largest departments at Blair is the Social Studies department. Every student is required to take a full eight se- mesters of social science. From ninth grade urban problems and world geography to twelfth grade govern- ment and behavioral science, the depart- ment offered a well balanced education. Though some students may not have ap- preciated their social studies, they will later find themselves using the informa- I I I I I Y. it .. fF"" I xx A Vu, fat? ' L x ,V J f ' 1 .W J J, ,Q f ,vin-all 9' me e , S .gf Y l iff: . . gf igv tion learned in both the most common and the least expected situations, as well as being able to impress just about anyone they choose. Teachers within the department boast about the positive attitudes from the stu- dents. Many extras have been added to the curriculum such as police visits. The Social Science department is one of the best at Blair! I 1 I I I , , 0 1 t l 1 ., . l ' 6 i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 7 v sf-A A- Nl ...v .3 N x 3 f X 7 lx X s 5 f f I I A tk Q' f Q ' N ,Q - - 'A - file 9 ' ' Above: "Wait, which one's the chalkl?" thinks Mr Mr. Wallace. Crowe. Top: back row, Mr. Alfaro, Mr. Waller Mr Crowe. Mr. Cox. Front row. Mr. Sotelo, Ms. Wycoff They Blinded U With Seie ce All students at Blair take science some time during their four years. Whether it's for college preparation or just meeting graduation requirements. The Science De- partment manages to please just about ev- erybody. those who are science-oriented and those who are not. The majority of the students seem to prefer life sciences to physical sciences, I I I though both have good enrollments. There is something about a knife and a dead frog that can grip the attention of any unnatural-born scientist as well as fas- cinate the natural borns. Science teachers have noticed that labs take away from their lecture popularity. but on the grounds of seeing is believing, they are forced to submit to demands. As requirements from graduation and colleges increase our science department becomes stronger. Due to the require- ments we are looking towards the future and seeing more people enrolled in our various science offerings. 1 I I I I I I I I I I I Tx l9S Science .. A3 Above: Happiness ls Doing Equations Of Universal Systems. Above right: Herb Cohen shows his inno- cent look. Far above: James Hsu. Joe Ballard. Chuck Lamb, Bottom row: Shirley Cohen. Herb Cohen. Far above right: "You want to dissect a what?" asks Mr. Lamb. llllfl . 5,3 ""!... 1 ,. -v-t f peakin Our L g age lf you are interested in people, one of the most enjoyable departments can also be one of the most rewarding. Learning a foreign language is interesting as well as fun. Once learned, it can be of infinite use in understanding and relating to people with whom you otherwise may not have ever been able to. The motivation to travel and to learn of a particular country is heightened by the knowledge of its native language. The possibilities of meeting people are much greater. Though cut funds and smaller enroll- ments were responsible for a reduced number of language classes. interest still ran high. id 'ii 'iiiiiiiii I. X. l in t I v 1, papers. l be tvv 1-. W '-L t , . . A r. ' T' lr Upper left: Mr. Liden and Mrs. Russell look over some Lower left: "lt's Howdy Doody time." says Mr. Liden. Above: Parlez-vous francais? Habla usted espanol? Mr. lbarra, Dr. Battaglia, Mrs. Russell Language l99 For Special Progra 4 6 ""' 200 Special People ln addition to the regular curriculum of- fered, Blair houses programs for students who need or desire special classes. Pos- sessing the only campus in the district that is equipped for the physically handi- capped, mainstreaming is a major focus. Students with impaired hearing and vision have their schedules supplemented by teachers who are trained in the specific areas. The COPE program. implemented three years ago with a bit of controversy, has 1 I i 1 I I I I I Special Peopl Top left: Mrs. Simmon-Carr. Mrs. Brookins. Mrs. Laakmann. Mrs. Bland. Top right: Mrs. Fleischer shows us a new language through signing. Top mid- , dle: Mr. Alfaro tries to whistle with crackers in his mouth. Bottom left: "Where am I?" thinks Mr. Ozawa. Above: Mr. Card plays his cards right. -1- proven its benificence in guiding teenage girls through pregnancy, while remaining in school. With over 402 of the student body be- ing of foreign origin, the ESL CEnglish as a Second Languagej department is especial- ly strong. Classes in Chinese, as well as Spanish, are available for those students who have not yet obtained total command of the English language. Another program. though much less in demand. nonetheless. desired, is that of JROTC. Uunior Recruit Officer's Training Corpsb. This group of approximately 30 members meets as a regular class, but may also be found at lunch or after school polishing up their skills. Boasting this extensive schedule of programs, Blair goes above and beyond the fundamentals of education to provide students with the special services they deserve. "'iiiiiiiiiiiii yi .- f. ee'-za ' - ".7" f.'.s,r' is .W zafsamv SHLTQ' -' szlfgf' Sir ' --if' . NX ., . . ' 1. 'xg ,. I . - lcffzfz " -1 . , 1.35. . "il -s.-4. ,'1, ,., - Ilv- ' 1 yy. Top: Mr. Gallo teaches that remaining young at heart is as important as young looks. Top right: Mrs. Laakman smiles as she reaches for a whip. Above right: You can do better Mrs. Chandlerl Above. Colonel Holmes sings his version of anchors sway. W, .L Special People 2Ol u i ings Through the years, the music and dra- ma departments have slowly deteriorat- ed. This situation does in no way reflect the dedication of the teachers. Though evolving slowly, but now apparent, the lack of participation by the student body has taken its toll on the department. Mr. Abdoo is the third band director to come to Blair in the past three years. His Last year, thirty-eight seniors graduat- ed from Mr. Coday's choir and drama classes. This sudden depletion produced a discouraging effect at the beginning of the year, but it was quickly overcome by successful performances. Revisions in tra- ditional ideas were made to compensate for the size and newness of the groups. The department has survived the growing 'Th Blu 0 , r 1 I I i i 1 1 I a I I I fresh enthusiasm attracted a few mem- bers, which will hopefully become the core for the coming years. 204 Music Above: Mr. Coday thinks, "Wowl I could of had a VS." Middle: Sandy Coria studies her lines. Right: Mr. Abdoo sings along with his class. disinterest and developed an optimistic outlook through the devotion of these teachers. lndustrial Art and Art are often classes which are overlooked. But, if taken seri- ously. these classes offer excellent voca- tional training. Various works of art have been seen in the Saga, Star News, and the North Star. Some drafting students have received honors in several structural de- sign contests. Much time, effort, and thought go into these works of art. It takes a special kind of person to be able to put their feelings and creative abilities to work. The arts are more than just an elec- I 1 I I I I 1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 tive. Far left: Mr. Thornton tries out for an Ultrabrite com- mercial. Middle left: Miss Morris enioys her two all beef pat- ties. special sauce. lettuce. cheese. pickles. onions. on a sesame seed bun. Left: "lt's been a long day" Mrs. Reemer tells us without words. 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If you have moral, ethical, or religious objections to participation in any war or military training, you can be a conscientious objector. The Central Com- mittee for Conscientious Objectors is an organization engaged in a nationwide effort to inform people about Conscientious Objection and related peace issues. For more information, write to: CCCO Counseling P.O. Box 15796 available Philadelphia, P.A. 'locallyz 19103 Fleverand Albert G. Cohen 12131 224-2800 CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR STATUS. THINK ABOUT IT. 212 Advertising 5 , g. - if . ., J wh ,L HM... Q A 'Bs ' gf ' i 'Q 'M i d Thinks To himself. "Now . .. q I iam" WEAR-A-TUX OWUSI' 659 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena. California 9lIOi Advertising 2l3 B38 S FAIR OAKS PASADENA CA 91 O5 796 0747 796 6 73 Q' ' . 'ng - Seng? CONGRA TULA TION5 CLASS PRIMO GOURMET 350 So. Lake Ave. Pasadena, CA 795-4749 hours IOAM-SPM 795-4843 QQWQ OF- NEW I ANTIQUE GIFT! I I HOT DOG BUILDING . ss so. 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CA. 91105 PHONE 1218! 577-2711 Congratulations to the class of '841 Bring in your Blair student I.D. and choose one months supply of some of our best products - FREE! One item per person. . Plaza Pasadena Pasadena, CA 795-9603 2l8 Advertising Jana Williams The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed Best wishes for a happy and successful future Mom, Dad, and Steffan Aunt Dorothy, Uncle Herb and Foxy John Robert Powers Personal Development Professional Modeling 1 Photographic Modeling TV - Drama Af me Hilton Hotel ' 150 s. Los Robin 1' 'L Grosvenor Plaza "5 V -1 I Pasadena, CA 91101 n NYS swan l213l 792-7121 JM' O I O CD H C k G I A hl l Congratulations Ain and Monica! 2-+4 -AXV 4 C-Food Luck Tammy in your years to come. Weaver and Associates L d-S ' an urveymg Company We sell brains, computers, and calculators. I756 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 9llO6 681-lO58 Ad t g ig., Y '1 3. I Ice Cream Shoppe .P If'.'ff"5f'fQ'ffl'f' Ig 353245. 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Jean and Erstwhile Armistead Felines To all our Miss y is each oth llege That would be great We could M 1' Ljftfe . stene's, OH GOD.xt,he there! Th S o Llvel I LOXLEKLII I .lulie:1ThatQs it, high be Q s bi' Wi? and for a sedio ea was etty' ,1-. maraifnen' ' , sa Q' M gene . AMXPM. Z X' 7' - me Doug: bud. it's over At ,least Fifi. e or coll som "here over :gf if l boat we ' t X. 4 I'm so hal Miss It s all my last Barbara w one day .3 the eatsbeen reat es eclall withthe to senlorl, 4 t big move l m gla become Congratulations to Jules and her friends X I especiall y .leannej Discount Prices Carpet King 2I9 W. Califor Glendale, CA 243-425i LEIXI N ELTON PLACE, FOLK ART OUILTS GIFTS COUNTRY FURNISHINGS INTERIOR DESIGN DINAH ROBERTS 552 SOUTH LAKE AVE PASADENA CA 91101 12131 793-0077 TWG Plaza Pasadena Pasadena CA 793-8159 I .- 224 Ad g 0 Congratulations to the class of l984 Sami Masri pl-IILADELPHIA PlzzA N7 W. California Blvd. Pasadena. 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The memories, both good and bad, Qmostly goodj will always stay with me and I hope with you. God we have a lot to remember! Freshmen year: "We are so it!" Sophomore year: The Cranks. Junior year: "I love you! You're so Great." Senior year: "Bitchen". Poor Llnderclassmen, we're leaving you behind. I really treasure the friendships I share with several of you. I'm really going to miss you guysl But who or what will I miss the most? l'll miss that last second that decides if we are the CIF basketball champs, I'II miss the assemblies, slave days, spirit weeks, flowerfballoon grams, football games, cheerleading, class meetings, ASB , car washes and most of all the friends l've made and grown with. God, the memories, I can't begin to think of them all. Yes, it is that time. . ,l thought it would never get here. But now l only want it to go away. l think this will be one of the hardest things l've ever done. Saying goodbye to my friends, realizing that "it will never be the same". wanting to say and do more things, if only I had more time. But I don't. I simply want to tell everyone concerned that I LOVE YOU and "thanks for the memories." LOVE ALWAYS. JEANNE l Easokg fl Tvfs 5 l 'bmi 'W', 4 , What is The Big Tomato? The place to come in Old Town Pasadena for fun 6: good health. 175 S. Fair Oaks Ave. U Pasadena, CA 91105 12 varieties of' popcorn 35 varieties of fresh fruit free balloons for children super muffins and cookies the Big Tomato deli for sandwiches and drinks fresh flowers 226 Advertising C75 Blawg QLAS59-0234 O 0 K flatulaliongi CA 1 .aww O Q3 '- xx , , 9,213 o 0 i- 1 Kyiv." 42 ' 'fx . WWA' OWW 9 f !3Et?iawf555'iiW1Y X .. .f " M 'Kg-gi U? ,f' ff 1 4 ,1 gm gg gr 00 f:9fXf'W OM ' X V4 WV '50 - R Azz. 61 I X J ghwf 25 7. ff - 957 E. Colora?o BM? fx Powa9ena,Ca.9lIO6 ffoqgg 5 Phone, 2I5'795'OO5E5. Uv aw HX I 1 To the Song Girls and all those other people who made our Senior year as special as it was. To everyone who shared the laughter, the tears, and all the fun times. Thank you for the memories. Love you, Gretchen n' Alise Here's to seven years of friendship if ,H ff' , ' 1 r 5 'gr ' " ' if ' 7 YEDO bENIE l zso s. LAKE Ave., usnneun, cnur. 91101 can 196-4651 We love you J 8- J lIAllL'S SPUHTS Allll lElllllS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Q CLOTHING FOR MEN B: WOMEN PHONE 795-0545 - 684-2259 MONDAY-FRIDAY 10:00-6:30 - SATURDAY 9:00-5:30 l297 EAST GREEN ST. - PASADENA, CALIFORNIA 91106 T356-rm 34 South Raymond Pasadena, CA 91105 Advertising I' L g 229 S'l'l2VlfNCliICQlrlAliDS ,rr ist lx4lClrlljl-E li. RlCl'l!lRDS Wolinlst Solo . 84 linscml vlt' Dcrfornmncvs 65' North Allen fxvcz Nw no Dasoclcnu, California QHO6 C.7.IT,D44Q-lQ6l COlll.3Yd+-lxgagimg l Best of luck to "the crazies" Margot, Sandra, Tracie, Sta- cey and Jose!! Richman 340 FAS!-iloN PARK -soo so BALDWIN AVENUE mcrrom. CALFORNIA Qioos PHONE: rziai 447-9959 Thanks everybody for everything. You made my 3 years at Blair bitchin', exciting, and also memorable. l had a jammin cheerleading year 82-83, thanks Nana. l'll never forget the gang, Love ya Tab and Lori, and everyone in A.S.B. But most of all i'll never forget my sweetheart Delray. l'Il love you al- ways. Lisa Handy 'A x.: Q ll' owes af w i Best Wishes for the Future ! fu G X t i W in The Blair RT.S.A. ZR X A l x 230 Advertising Pasadena Dance Center 25 South Sierra Madre Blvd. Pasadena, CA 9II07 792-0873 Elly Van Dyk, Director Classical Ballet, Pre-Ballet, Gymnastics, Modern Dance, Jazz, Tap, Musical Comedy, Mime, Video Dance Clinic Ad 1 g 131 The Aebersold Family Sandy Asquith John and Marcia Balderschwieler Paul Bodenshot Wendy Bodenshot Sean Boyd Keith and Mary Fay Brandt Mrs. Pate Cates James Cousins Richard Crowe Janet Davis Donoghue's Nancy and Richard Esbenshade The Fox Family Jim and Priscilla Gamb Beth Gertmenian Grace Gertmenian Pete Gertmenian Thomas Gardener Wood Joe and Shirley Goddard Mark Goodstein The Gordon Family John and Anne Griffith Cathy Hall Don Heck Lou Anne Hendrix Jim Hsu Betty Ann Jansson Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy Sue and Ted Knudsen The Lake Family Charles Lamb Penny Lambert The Louis Family Leila Masri Sue Miele 232 Patrons P TRO S Dr. James McBath Cardonna McClure Miss McCummins Maria McDonald Dianne and Ron Moore Norm Morrow Shaunagh Mullett Ken Olson The Petrov Family Jody Province Keith and Anne Pursel Rod Enterprises Dino and Alice Rodriguez Gladys Roshko Michael Scarborough Paula L. Scarborough William J. Scarborough Ida Scherer Edward and Mary Seeker Tom Seeker Mark Serrurier Mark and Naomi Serrurier Steve and Annette Serrurier Jed Shafer Mr. Sims Stacey and Jose The Stellwagon Family Charlotte Taylor Katrien Vermeulen Judith Virzi Rose Ann Virzi and Missy Miele Les and Marietta Warren Bayne Williams Sandra Williams Nadine Younger Anne Zeiss Craft Producing a yearbook requires a great amount of time and effort. As well as the actual assembling of the pages, the financial worry is a tremendous burden. We would like to thank all of our patrons for helping lto alleviate this pressure. Your contributions are truly appreciated. ' 'X Y Hia 4 pl ,"' 'xx K qv: , -1 6-,,..,.,-4-f xx s- in In March the Blair community said good-bye to a true and treasured teacher. Vincent Melie's life may be over but his spirit lives on through the many lives he enriched. His geniune concern for people, his delight- ful sense of humor, and his steadfast courage will continue to inspire us all as we fondly remember his living example. 1 In Memory of Vincent Melie Me N I l I l Sanja Basic 5 Q " v 0 XE -Y. iw dw xt X. : J' M I Wendy DeCharne ' Q 2 s Y 'Q WSL in I 1 Qi li , -. ' w vj uY"' Jesslca Lambert Row I: Josh Ullrich, Jeff Hurst, Chris Moore. John Puffingburger, Roger Janssen. Raw 21 Coach Fernando Potts. Jesus Hernandez. Jon Bodenshot, Harold Hertado, One Shoe CKimD. Robbie Walters. K'-.QL 'f+..,'-- . g- - fiiiiffti- ,aff 3 ry J A A jeg' N241--1,,.2.fy,'.irL: pr? ,- Petra Verkaik ...fl . J-- . Row I: Norma Calon. Kelly Hagen, Anna Guerrero, Dianna Rodriguez, Cindy Young. Row 2: Shane Valderana, Jeffery Aldridge. Donovln Lopez. Donald Lopez. Michael Leflore. Row 3: Regenald Henderson, Tim Fakhoury. Vince Baynard. Terry Cail, Damon Owens. l l l lr: s M . Adolberto Arellano 3- I Ramiro Arellano .h ,,,, Larry Brown N ,f t M Julie Castro , . l . 0 W' Valente DeCasas 4 1 .' A c K ,,.. '- 7 , . r 1-r ln- fg- ' X I 7 lx 'Juli L. s . Q X if LN , James Goller Kim Grant Mike Hargraves Herminio Hernandez Doretha Jackson Mona Masri Agustin Ortega Monica Paz Margaret Porcell Michael Strings Terry Trobell Angelina Williams , 09 QW X SU'Y4X?f3ooN'5X6S Q9 Pts he SJ We we' gfawi oi X9 005 . . E- XQXC5 - XOXXOV QQAQ QQOQ . - . vii' ' fbv' 1506 005 Q6 L I P51 ,dsixxoitx YN9 QXXQT ,UQX QSQJASX 92 Qaida Qkqfx Fx vi C5 X 5,59 r qw exact- Q. gb Q.-A5 Xxogw . Q we U' 'E' i 1 .gp I DEX Abdoo. Mr. 204 Abram, Marcus IO4. I62 Abram, Zina 75, I52 ' Abrams. Arthur lO4 Abriel. Terry l52 Ackerman. David 54. I72 Acuna. Christogpher 94. I22 Adams, Robin 8, 89, l52 Adams. Tanya I72 Adams. Teri 25. I22 Aebersold, Mrs. Anne I87 Aebersold. Brett I7. 94. ICD. l22 Aebersold, Jenny Sl. I72 Aguilar. Jorge l52 Aguilar, Luz Maria 62. I62 f' Aguilar, Silvia 62. 80. I22 Aicher. John I62 Aimal. Nabila l72 Akroush. Basima l62 Alamo, Gererdo l72 Alamo. Horatio 62 Albert. Gina I52 Aldaz. Eduardo 98 Aldridge, Jeffery I62. 234 Alfaro. Mrf l97, 200 Alindogan, Dennis I22 Alindogan, Rommel l62 Allen, Cynthia I72 Allen, Roselle l52 Alva. Anita I22 Alva. Antoinette 74. l72 Alverez, Aliz l62 Amaral, Anna 80, 87, I52 Amaya. Diana 62, I22 Amaya. Maria 62. 63, l72. I79 Amezquita, Gricelda 62. 63, 69, l52 Amezquita. Jose l72 Anderson, Angela I72 Anderson, Julia 58. I22, 24l Anderson, Neal 72, IO4, I72 Anderson. Sanova I62 Andrews. Carolyn I22 Aquino, John l52 Arellano, Adalberto 235 Arellano, Ramiro 235 Argueta. Fredy l72 Arias. Rigoberto 62, l05. I22 Armaratunga, Kevin 56. I22 Armatorio. Mr. Dave I92 Armistead. Katya 54. 55, 58. 76. 87. I22, 26l Arnold, Barry l23 Arnold. Elizabeth l72 Arnold, Karen 84. l23 Artaleio. Michael I62 Asdourian. Avedis I52 Asquitli, Mrs. Sandy l89 Aubuchon. Jeffery I72 Augustine, Thomas l04. I72 Austin-Jones. Darryl 94, I23 Avila. Dagoberto 63. I62 Avila. Leticia I72 Avina. Enrique ll0. l23 Axxe. Russell ICD. l0l. l52 Ayala, Rosa I72 Bacon, Samuel 98 Bahnsen. Kimberly I72 Baily. Sheronda l52 Baldeschwieler, Karen 56, l23 Baldwin. Jaquelyn 87, l62 Ball. Debra l23 Ballard. Mr, Joe l02, I98, 203 Banuelos. Gustavo IIO. Il6, I62 Banzuela, Bryant l23 Barcelo. Margaret I62 Barnes, Toniia 75. I52 Barnett. Michele I23 236 X if Barnette. Raymond 94, l23 Barr, Terry l23 Barrios. Nancy I62 Barron,,Krthur l05. l62 Basic. 'Sanja 56. 64. 9l. l23, 234 Basmajian. Jeremie 56, 57. l52. 24l Bass. Scott 28, 56, 72, l02. IO3, I23 Batiste. Dennis l62 Battaglia, Mr. Jack 68. l99 Baxter. Christopher l72 Baynard. Vince 234 ,' Bean. Cornell l52 X Beatty. Anthony 98, ll0, Ill, Beaty. Dee IlO ' Beauchamp, Melissa 9I Beck, Thais 59 Beckford. Sheran"i52 Beeks. Tawn,l72 Belin. Linda 'l24 Bell. Anthony l52 Benayides. Jaime I24 Benn, Deidre 57, 70, l52 Benn, Johnny I04 Bennett. Leon I24 Bennett. Vernon 28, I62 Biery. Mr. Brian 85, lI3, ll4 Bizzle. Oliver 98. l72. I73 Blackwood, Francisco lI0 Blair, Thomas 7l Bland, Eric 33, l52, l56, 24I Bland, Mrs. 2CD Blaylock, Nicola l62 Blinkenberg, Charlie 57, I62 Blinkenberg. Lisa 82. I24 Bodenshot. Jon 6l, ll3, II4. l72 Bodenshot. Pat ll4. l62 Bodenshot. Paul 94, l06, l07, I24, l35. 24l Bodenshot, Wendy 32 Bogaard, Joe 32. I06. I24. l28, l35, 24l Bolentini, Rosanna l72 Bolton. Brenetta l52 Bolton, Byron 75, 94, 95, I24 Boneberger, Mr. 205 Booker, Rhonda I24 Boswell, Charles 94. 96. I24 Bousseloub, Lyes I72 Bowers. Sharonne l62 Bowlin. Brandon 75. 94, 95, ll0, lll, l52, l58 Boyadiian. Lucy I72 Boyd, Christopher IO4. l52 Boyd. Sean 56, II2, I70, I72 Boyd. Seana 66, II4. I24 Bradford. Elicia I72 Bradley, Oscar IOO, I52 Brandt. Chris 25. 72. I52. I53 Brandt, Patrick 25, 54. 6I. l72, I77 Brantley. Stacey I24, I25 Brice. Tanya l72 Brito. Louie I72 Brookins, Mrs. Phillis 75, 2CD Brooks, Cedric I62 Brooks. Tabatha I24, I28 Brown, Anlozette I72 Brown, Karen I72 Brown, Larry IO4. 235 Brown. Laurie 85, 89. l52 Brown. Lawrence l04. I62 Brown. Mrs. 202, 203 Brown, Nichole l52. l54 Brown, Reuben 98, I72 Brown, Willie 98. I62 Bryant, Rodney 98 Buckner, Mr. 203 Buckner. Mrs. Gayle l9l Bugarian, Castelia 62. Sl. I62 Bugarin. Esmeralda 62, 8l. l52 Bugarin, Febronio 62. I72 Bugarin. Maria 62. I24 Buge. Shoshanna 72, I72 Burns, Carolyn I62 Burns. Suzzette l52 Burwell, Geoffrey R52 Butler. Suzanne Sl, I24 Butler. Terri 84 Buttaro, Alex I25 Byrd. Kimberly S7 f .7 l X Cabral, H racio l52 Cabral. Ja ier 162 Cabraless arlene I62 Cabrera. se l06, l25 Cabrer , Raul I52 Cail. Terry 234 Cain, Jeffrey I25 Cain, Nichole I62 Caishpal, Pedro 62 Calderon. 1Guido l25 Calleton. Chris 72. II4. I62 Calloway, lMichelle so, us Camarillo.EGerardo I62 CampbelI.5John I62 Campbell,,Ken IO2 CampbelI,iMelissa 25, 84 Campbell.2Miko 57, I53 Campos. Delia 62. I72 Canapedies, Klea 64 Canty, Cynthia l25, 84 Canty, Darrell lO4. I53 Caradonna, Matthew I62 Card, Mr.'2CD Cardone. Jason I62, ll2 Carlos, Gustavo lm. l62 Carlos, Jose lm, I25 Carlson. Katie 35, 64, 72, 82. I25, ISI Carlson, Lizzie 72, 82. 9l, l62 Carr, Jerrie l72 Carrasco. Nelly l72 Carrillo, Eduardo l73 Carrillo, Emma I73 Carrillo, Servando ll0, ll6, II7, I25 Carroll, Hassan 59. 60, 72, 94, lS2, l55 Carter, Doris I53 Casas, Eduardo I73 Casas. Ezequiel I25 Casas, Hector I62 Case, Judith I53 Castaneda. Eva Alicia I73 Castaneda, Flavio 62 Castaneda, Javier I25 Castaneda. Luis G. I53, I73 Castaneda. Luis M. I53, l73 Castaneda, Olga 57, Sl, I62 Castaneda, Ramona l26 Castro, Julie 64. 76, 82. 88. 89, 235 Castor, Sheri 68. l26, l28 Cates. Edward I53 Cates. Tawny 56, I53 Cativiela, Jean 54. l7l, l73 Cervantes. Francisco I73 Cervantes. Lorenzo I53 Cervantes. Maria 87, l26 Cesari. Rosita l26 Cetina, Jimmy 60, 94, lw, I53 Charcon, Francisco I73 Chamagua. Maritza l26 Chan, Laura 82. l62 Chan, Paula 58, I25, l26. 26l Chandler, Mrs. 20l Chang. Jenny 65 Charcas, Frederico l26 Charcas, Jose I62 Charcas, Juan 62. l26 Chase, Brent 98 Cheng, Robert l26 Cheng, Shu-Ying 64. I62 Cheng. Sunlin I53 Chew, John II2, II4. I53 Chew, Karen lm, I53 Chico, Hector I62 Chico, Maria 8l. l63 Chimura, Nozomi I53 Chism. Mrs. Brenda l87 Chiwood. Janice I26 Chitwood.Mandi l26 Cho, Byung-Hak 65, I53 Cho. Byung-Woo l26 Chumley, Dorian I27 Clark, Tanya I27 Clark, Alvin I73 Cocke, Ain 72. II2, II4. I27. l35 Coday, Mr. Jim 204 Coffee, Frederick 98. I73 Coffey. Ronald 94. I27 Cohen. Mr. Herb 81, l98 Cohen, Mrs. Shirley l98 Colbert, Celeste I73 Cole, Anthony 94. I27 Colee, Michelle 64. l73 Coleman. Michael l63 Collazos, Zamira I53 Collier. Donald I62 Colon, Norma I62, 234 Comiotes, Sean 98, I73 Concha, Elsy l63 Concholar. Leslie 58. 72, I27 Conerly. Chase l0l. I63 Conner, Martha 6l, 82. I63 Contreras. Alex I63 Conway. Cook, Na Joseph 98 nci 72. 82. l27 Coria. Sandra 64. 76, I53. 204 Corona. Maria Lui l53 Corona. Sergio l63 Coronado. Ernesto l73 Coronado, Gilbert 98. l63 Correa, Cassandra l73 Correa, Guillermind 87. I53 Cortez. Marrilio I63 Cousins, Mr. James 98, I87 Cox, Mr. I97 Craft. Monique 72, l63 Cramer-Borneman, Dianne l63 Cramer-Borneman, Sandra 58. 72, I27 Crear, Mark lI0 Crockett, Dexter lOl Crockett, Ronald, l0l Crockom. David 94. 95. 98, I27 Crockom. Kenneth 94. ICD, I53 Crowder, Crowe, R Chris 66, I53 ichard l97 Crutcher, Derick 94. I53 Culross. Michael I7. 24. IOO, l0l. I27 Curtis, Amy l63 Cushman. Carmen 87 Dakan, Jennifer 55, 64, 72, 9I, I53 Dakan, Michelle 72, 82. 90. 9l Daniels, Heather 64, 87 Danielson. Mr. 205 Danther. Maury I69 Davila, Sharon 89 Davis. Barbara 72. 82. 9l. l7l Davis. Darryl l63 Davis, Keneth I73 Davis, Kimbree I53 Dawson, Dawson. Dexter lI0 Marcus 24. 28. 54, I53 De Anda, Phillip l06, I73 De Boes. Lisa l63 De Casas. Maria 62, 69. l63 De Casas. Valente 235 De Charne, Wendy 234 Deforest, Gail Mrs. 82. 87 De La Cu Delaney. De Leon, De Leon. De Jour, Delgado. Delgado. Delhoyo. De Luca, ba, Vannia 57, l63 John 55. 56, 64, I27 David 65, 77. I27 Jonathan 65. 77, I27 Nancy 74, I27 Maria I27 Maricela I73 Nora l63 Maria I73 Dent. Charles I27 Desamparado, Adalia 59, I28 Dewey, Daniel 54, I73 Dewey, L orna I28 Diarse, Sean l63 Diaz, Martha 64, I53 Dimacali. Do, Huan Do. Vinh Reynaldo 65, IO4. I53 65. 77, I28 59. I73 Dorsey. Fred il0, I28 Dorsey, Nelson lO4 Downhower. Annick 7I Downhower. Jane Mrs. 7l. l97 Duarte. Evangelina 80. I28 Duarte. Ricardo l63 Ducharme, David I53 Ducksworth. Simeon l63 Dugan, Pamela I28 Dugan. Spencer I73 Duran, David I53 Dureberg, Francine 70 Dusenberry, Sandra U3 Echols. Timothy I63 Edwards, Lisa DS Eickhoff, Melanie I53 Eldnor, Evelyne I63. I68 Eldnor, Pierre I28 Ellis, Rochelle 87. I73 Ellison. Andrea 75 Ellison. Renee 80, D8 Elshout, Kevin IG3 Elshout. Rita 33 Emerson. La Shanya I73 Erwin, Famous 94. I52, I53 Esbenshade. Anne 82. II3, I28. 24I Escalante, Bernardo I53 Escalante. Ruben I73 Esparaza. Maria I63 Esparza, Lucina I73 Esparza, Manuel I73 Espinoza, Fred 98, l63 Espouza. Lucinda 62 Esquivel, Victor 62. I73 Estacio, Maria 64, I73 Estes, Darcy 82. 89. I63 Estrada, Armando I73 Estrada, Luis Jose I73 Estrada. Ruth I73 Ettress, Ralph I63 Evans, Robert 66, 77. II2, II4, Everett. J. 98 Fakhoury, Timi I73, 234 Faridian. Forouzan 57. 58 Felix. Maria D8 Fellows, Valerie I73 Fernandez, Rosalve I63 Fernandez. Teresa I53 Ferrin. Mark I28 Fisher. Melissa I63 Fleischer, Vera Ms. 70. 2m Fleming. Lorene I64 Flores, Gustavo I63 Flores, Teresa I53 Flournoy, Glen I63 Foster. Marvelle I64 Foster, Shelia 87, I73 I63 Garland, Latarsha I29 Garwer. Jacquelynn l54 Garza. Natalia I54 Garza. Pablo I64 Gerenisz, Gregory lO6 Geremsz. Julie I64 Gertmenian, Greta I64 Gherke. Terell I56 Gholar. Lisa IS4 Gholar. Tommie 94. 96. I54, Gholar. Vivian I29 Gibson. John I54 Gibson, Sieal I64 Gilardo. Yanina 9I Giles. Jana I54 Giles. Packard I54 Gill, Desiree I54 Gipson. Alfred I64 Gipson. Brian 98. IOI Gipson. Darren 98, IO4 Gitchuway. Trina 70, I54 Gladney, Deborah I29 Goddard. Andrew II6. l64 Goddard. Anna 72, 82 Goff. Kimberly 9l, I74 Goldsmith. Jacquelin I39 Goller. James 235 Golub, David I74 Gomez, Manuel I64 Gonzales Gonzales . Armando I54 Ernest I74 Gonzales. Gustavo I54 Gonzales Maria I74 Gonzales Victor I74 Fou, Wei 55, 56, 58. 59, 65. 66.67, 76. I53 Fox. Amanda 56, 65. 68, I29 Franklin, Lance I64 Fuller. Wanda I73 Fullerton, James I74 Fung. Amy I29 Fung. Jackson I54 Furlong. Deanna IOO, I54 Gaffney. Ty Coach IO6 Galavan, Beatrix SI Galindo. Aileen SO. I54 Galindo. Galindo. Galindo. Galindo. Gallardo Gallardo. Gallardo, Gallegos Gallegos. Gallegos. Arthur l64 Doug 72. 94, IIO, l54. Elmer IO2, I29 Reza Bl. I64 Sergio I29 Victor 57, 65. II2 Yanina I64 Abraham I64 Alejandro l54 Crisanto l54 Gallgel, Julio l64 Gallo, Mario Mr. 62. 2OI Galloway, Ed II2 Galloway. Roxanna l54 Gallud. Julio II3. II4 Galvan, Arceli 62, I74 Galvan. Beatriz I64 Gamboa, Jose I54 Gang, Mike IOI Gantlter, Maury l64 Garcia. Byron 62. I54 Garcia. Maria I64 Garcia, Ruben 69 Gardea. Dora 69, l64 Garden. Jerry Mr. 67 I 58 Gonzalez, Betina SO, I29 Gonzalez, Carlos l64 Gonzalez, Edgardo. I74 Gonzalez, Edwin I64 Gonzalez. Emilia l54 Gonzalez. Fernando I64 Gonzalez, Gloria I64 Gonzalez. Hector I29 Gonzalez. Monica 55, 72, II4, I29 Gonzalez. Pedro I54 Gonzalez. Ruben l54 Gonzalez. Sergio I64 Gooch. David 94 Goodell, Melissa 90, 9I, I74 Goodstain, Mark 54. I73, I74 Gordon, Jennifer 72, 9l, I54 Gorman. D. Christopher I74 Gourdikian, Maral 7I Goyette. Jerry I74 Grabner, Mr. IO4 Graham. Kenith I64 Graham, Winnette S5, I29 Grant. Elisa I74 Grant, Jamie I54 Grant. Kimberly l64. 235 Gray, Franchon l64 Gray. Jennifer I65 Greene, Claudine I74 Greene. Sylvie I65 Greer, Nichelle 28, 85, I65 Gregg, Cathrine I74 Griffith, Ann 72, I74 Griffith. Jacqueline 88. 89 Griffiths, Bonnie 32 Grimes, Anthony I74 Guerrero, Anna I64, I74. 234 Guerry, Michael I54 Guevara, Jaime I74 Gupta, Anili IS4 Gutierrez, Teresa 64. I65 Gutierrez. Zaida I54 Guy, Venecia I74 Guys, Tim 23 Hadsell, Monica 56. I29 Hagen. Kelly l54. 234 Hagen. Mr. Mark l87 Haido. Adam I54 Halim, Junus 65, I29 Hall. Leslie 87, I74 Hall. Sharon 89. I74 Hall. Shelia 88. 89, I54 Halstead. Mr. 202 Halton, Michelle I65 Hamm, Andre I54 Hammond, Sabrina 24, I54 Hampton, Mrs. Darlene ISS Han. William 65, I54 Hanashiro, John I54 Handa. Yuichi 54, I70. I74 Handy. Lisa I29 Hanes, Joe I55 Hanft, Karen I74 Hanitado. Harold IIO Hanna, Georgeann I74 Hargis, Steven I65 Hargraves. Michael 235 Harris, Mr. Alvin 98 Harris, Sam 94, 95, 96, Im. IOI, I29 Harrison. Fredreece I74 Hart, Victoria I29 Hartfield, La Dell Im Hartman. Heather 55, 56 Hartman, Marc I74 Harvey, Darrell 94, 96. IIO, Ill, I3O Harvey, La Rita I55 Hatcher, Brenda I74 Haygood. Sheree I3O Hayward, Heather I55 Hazzard, Mike l3O Head, Sean 54. I65 Hearn, Deshawn I65 Hearn. Monique I65 Hearn, Yolanda l3O Hearst, Greggory I65 Hearst, Jeffrey I74. I79 Hebgan, Liz 56, 64, 76, 89. I55 Heck. Mr. Donald 205 V Helms. Melinda I65 ' Henderson, Kindra 84, 87. I74 Henderson, Reginald I55, 234 Henderson, Travis I55. I65 Henderson, Yvette ISO Hendreks, Evie I55 Hendrix, LouAnn 33 Hendrix, Robb II2, Il3. II4, I55 Henson, Aliscia I55 Henson. Demetrius l3O Henson, Sherry I55 Hernandez, Mrs. I9I Hernandez. Ana I74 Hernandez, Fidel 62, 69. I65 Hernandez, Herminio 235 Hernandez, Irene 64, 55. 8I, I3O Hernandez, Maria 69, I65 Herrera. Angela I65 Herrera. Carmen 69, I65 Herrera. German 62, 69. I74 Herrera. Gloria I55 Herrera, Luis I65 Herrera, Mayra I55 Herrera, Zoila 69. I55 Herron, John I55 Hetz. Sabrina I74 Hicks, Hasani I65 Hicks, Tamani I65 Higgins, Deatric 98 Hill, Lolaoetha 85. I65 Hoang. Hung 54 Hockenhull. Cassandra I65 Hockenhull. Connie I74 Holloway, Bridget I65 Holloway, Victor IBO Hopkins. Allison 56 Hopkins. Linda 55, 56, 57, 58, 64. 7I Hopkins, Ronald I65 Hornbuckle, Daniel IOO, IOI, I3O Horton, Zabrina I3O House. Anthony IIO. Ill Howell. Robin 70 Howell, Terry 7O Hsieh. Jocelyn 65, I74 Hsu, Mr. James 65. I75, l98 Hsu, Judy 55. 64, 67, 7I, 77, 9I, I55 Hubbard, Jeffrey I65 Hubbard, Kimberly I74 Hubbard, Leon I65 Huckaby, Adonas iw Hue. Jason I74 Huerta. Kathryn I65 Hughes. Bridgette I74, I79 Hughes, Leshon I65 Hurst, Karen I65 Hurst, Randall 74, I55 Hurtado. Harold II6. II7, I55 Huynh. Mai I55 Huynh. Thanh I74 lbarra, Adela I74 lbarra. Francisco I55 Ibarra, Mr. I99 lkegawa, Jima 72 Infante. Patricio I55 Inman, Matt 60. 72. IO6, II4, I55 Jackson Jackson Jackson , Anthony I69 , Doretha 84. 89, 235 Jeanette I63 I65 Jscksonf Kenny 64. ssfve, iso Jackson, Randolph 66, 74, I65 Jackson. Ronald I65 Jackson, Timoth ISO Jacobs. James lOl I74 James, Derek 75. I55 Jansson, Roger 54, 72, I74 Jara. Alfonso 62, I66 Jara,-Romelia I55 Jeffries. K. Scott 94. 95, I3I Jenkins. Frederick IO4. I66 Jimenez. Raul I55 Jimenez. Susana I66 Johns. Darren I74 Johnson. Annette, 87 Johnson, Anthony 98 Johnson. Arcelia I55 Johnson, Mrs. Betty I88 Johnson, Garnett 72, IO4. I55 Johnson. Harry 95. 96, IIO, Ill. I3 Johnson, Joseph I66 Johnson, Kimberly I55 Johnson, Monique I55 Johnson. Pamela I66 Johnson, R. 98 Johnson. Rebecca 75. I3I Johnson, Shawnte I3l Johnson, Todd IIO Johnson, Tyrone I69 Johnston, Darrin I66 Jolley, Norah 98. I66 Jones, Diane 75. I55 Jones, Jana l3I Jones, Jeffrey 98. I66 Jones. Linda l3l Jones, Madalyn I3I Jones, Michael IIO. I55 Jones, Pearl l3I Jones. Sherry I66 Johns. Tammy I66 Jones, Theodore IO2. IO3, I66 Jordan. Mrs. Diane I87 Juarez, Oralia I66 Juarez, Rafaela I66 Kahn. Louis 59, 68. IIO. II6. I66 Kalil. Jose 75. I32, I34 Karipides. Clea I74 Karipides, Kirstin 64, 68. I66 Kaur, Kamaliit I74 Ke, Warren 65, l32 Keliikoa. Leilani I74 Kennedy. Pamela 72, I74 Kenyon. Mike 72, 94. I55 Kenyon. Thomas I32 Khalaf. Kaed I66 Khalaf, Raida 56, 57, 7I. l32 Kikuchi, Ann 72. 80. I32. 24I Kim. Yoolim I74 Kim, Young I66 Kimp. Chris 23. I22 Kimp. Wendell I55 King. Anthony 98 Kirkgoard, John I74 Kirksey, Leslie I32 Klein, Laurie I32, I55 Knabenbauer. Chris 77. I55 Knowles, Christine I55 Knowles, Jerry I66 237 Knudsen. Kristin 72, 81. 174 Koch, Jeff 60, 106, 127. 132 Koch, Theodor 57, 111. 116.117, 166 Koh. Laurence 171, 174 Kostelac. Elke 54. 71. 72. 166 Koundakjian, Ara 166 Koundakjian. Edmund 176 Krachman. Gower 166 Kramer, Diane 81 Kramer, Marc 61, 72. 176, 177 Kramer, Philip 54, 61. 132 Kramer. Sandra 74 Krieg. Roger 24. 59, 60, 72, 94. 96, 106. 107, 132, 133,135,241 Krikorian. Monique 72, 155 Krishnan. Suchitra 176 Krishnan, Suresh 110, 116, 117, 153, 156 La. Mai 70, 166 Laakmaan, Andrew 54, 170. 176 Laakmaan. Danna 132 La Barbera, Fernando 156 Lake, Ken 55. 60, 72, 132 Lake, Wes 112, 114, 166 Lamb. Mr. 54, 61, 82, 198 Lambert, Jessica 56, 132, 234 Lambert, Mr. 186 Lampert, Gretchen 132 Land, Loren 54, 156 Lara, Letticia 55, 67. 71. 132 Larreta, Carolina 176 Larsen, Mr. 192, 193 Laster, Clarence 166 La Torre, Adelma 166 Lau. Dianna 72. 82, 133. 136 Lau, Kin 176 Lauderdale, Kevin 66, 112, 166 Lawrance. Carters 25, 133 Le, Minh-Tran 133 Lee, Danica 166 LeFlore. Michael 59. 95. 156. 234 Leinen. Zachary 104. 105 Lennox, Yolanda 133 Lesley. Mrs. 184. 185 Lester, Doris 156 Macueady, Marshall 156 Mack, Jeffery 110 Mack, Tyrone 94 Madrigal, Ernesto 167 Maisterra, John 114. 156 Maloney. Brian 154 Maloof, Craig 156 Mapp. Keenyn 98 Mapp. Monique 133 Mares. Lilia 176 Mares, Martita 156 Mares, Saul 167 Marin. Michael 167 Marino. Re ina 62, 63, I67 8 Marsh, Regine 156 Marshall. Tonia 167 Martin. Antoinette 156 Martin, Robin 87, 116, 167 Martin, Sandra 133 Martin, Yourlanda 167 Martinez. Evangelina I67 Martinez. Graciela 176 Martinez, Keren 176 Martinez, Mariana 69, 176 Mason. Patrick 113. 132 Masri. Lena 55. 59, 74. 133 Masri. Mona 57. 235 Masri. Samar 55, 57, 134. 241 Mastorakos, Tina 167 Matthews, Jennifer 134 Maxie, Karinda 134 Maxie, Ronald 176 Maxwell. Audrey 134 McAlister, Kelley 156 McA1pin. Dr. 186 McBath, Douglas 167 McBath, Margot 72. 133. 241 McCaa. Shannon 176 McClure. Cardonna 134 McCormack, Richard 134 McCummins, Miss 91 McDonald. Mr, 192 McGinley. John 156 McGookin, Michael 176 Mclnnis, Sheila 167 McMillian, Kenneth 100, 101, 176 McNiff, Sheila 167 Medina, Fernando 62, 69, 167 Medina, Nemesio 156 Medina, Rodolfo 156 Melara, lsela 167. 176 Lew, Ms. 65 Lewis, Charnelci 59, 133 Lewis. Edward 176 Lewis. George 166 Lewis, Melissa 176 Lewis, Mindy 72, 76, 87. 156 Lewis. Sonya 41. 85. 176 Lewis. Todd 110, 156 Liden, Mr, 57,199 Litt1eJohn. Staci 166 Llamas. Pabla 176 Lockhart, Michel 166 5 Lockhart, Steven 104. 105, 156 Loi. Hung 156 Lopez, Donald 166. 234 Lopez, Donovan 176, 234 Lopez, Geroge 176 Lopez, Mr. 193 Lopez. Mrs. 65 Lopez, Rosalinda 166 Moore. Dawnye 167 Lord, Lori 176 Lord. Lynda 156 Lorenzo. Eurado 167 Luckey. Hezekiah 167 Lum. Teresa 133 Luna, Gustabo 133 Luna. Juan 101, 106, 176 Luna, Lorrie 167 Lundy, Kecia 167 Ly, Dai 176 Ly, Miki 59, 65. 68 Ly, Quynhnhu 156 Lyne. Julie 68.91, 114. 167 Mac. Anh I67 Mac. Christine 65 Mac. Hoa 133. 156 Mac. Patty 65 238 Mendez, Mrs. 188 Mendoza, Carolina 156 Mendoza Sarah 156 Metcalf, Mrs. 188 Meza. Yolanda 176 Mickens, Crystal 134 Miele, Christine 56. 176 Miele, Missy 56, 89, 156. Miller, Aloma 156 Miller, Alondra 156 Mills, Kevin 68, 156 Mills, Robert 167 Minnitt, Tamara 167 Mitchell. Coach 98 Mitchell, Steven 156 Molina, Marcela 176 Molina, Ruben 167 Molina. Teresa 134 Molloy, Coach 116. 202 Monge, Maria,69, 167 Monge, Narciso 62, 157 241 Monteroso. Sophie--72. 82. 167 Montes. Maricela 167 X, Mont omer Marlon 176 8 Y' Montgomery, Mrs. 188, 189 ' Moody. Yvonne 176 Moore. chris si. io. us. n4. iev, neg Moore. Mrs. 32, 189 Moore. Nicole 134 Morales. Graciela 176 Morgan, Elisabeth 56, 58, 71, I67 Morgan, Roy 157 Morgan, Samuel 98, 110, 11 Morgan. Terrianne 176 Morris, Miss 205 Morrison, Edith 59, 167 Morrow. Mr. 184 Moseley, David 176. Moseley Kelly 175 Mossiah, Zelma 134 Motevalli. Amitis 176 1. 167 Movli, Ronald 101 Mowrer, Lori 134 Moye, Elisa 157 Moye, Michelle 91, 157 Mullett, Shaunagh 56, 135, 241 Mundo, Narcisa 62, 81 Mundo, Natalia 135 Mungilla. Ana I67 Munoz, Eduardo 157 Munoz, Jose 98, 171. 176 Munter, Eric 54 Muntz, Eric 114, 176 Murillo, Juan 62. 157 Muro, Candelario 167 Muro, Concepcio 62, 63 Muro, Donnie 157 Murphy, Alicia 176 Musser, Patricia 157 Myles, Brady 176 Navarrete. Rosalba 176 Navarro, Juan 176 Neely, Porshe 177 Neff, Arthur ICD, 157 Nelez, Lisa 68 Nellon, William 177 Nelson, Mrs. 177, 187 Nelson, R. Kelly 24, 60, 135 Nesbitt. Walter 157 Nestor, Alfredo 135 Nestor. Bertha 62, 157 Nieves, Carmelo 135 Nootbaar, Charlie 60, 100, says hi Norment, Henry 157 Novo, Frederico 177 Novo, Jose 94, 96, 135 Nowak, Rick 25, 57, 60, 100, 135 Nufio. Cesar 67. 74, 167 Nufio, Mayrim 177 Nyuyen. Robert 167 133,135 ayk O'Neil1, Lauren 162, 167 O'Nei11, Lisa 55, 64, 72, 76, 135 Oberholtzer, Erik 64. 112, 114, 168 Ochoa, David 72, 112, 114, 135 Oei. Fadjar 65, 77, 135 Oghoorian, Thereza 57, 58, 71, 135 Ojha,An1ta 57, 177 Olivares, Zenaida I67 Olmstead, Reed 98, 167 Olson, Mr. 32, 184, 185 Ornelas, Leticia 81, 157 Ornelas, Mercedes 136 Orozco. Enrique 157 Ortega, Agustin 235 Osborne.1Jacquelin 55, 68. 168 Owens, Damian 177, 234 Ozawa. Mr. 101. 200 i PaIadino,'Agnes 136 Palmer. Alexandra 54. 72, 168 Palmer. Eugene 168 Palmer, Mark 104, 157 Raniagua. Efren 98, 177 Paniagua, Jose 98, 168 Parce1l,,,Mr. Charles 184, 185 Park. Michael 65. 177 Parker, Lbroyx 136 Parker, S an 168., Parker, Sfieri 72.157 Patton, L niece 177 -H Paz. Danry 177 is ik Perez, Eduardo 106, 107 Perez. Isaura 81, 157 Peron, Sandra 168 Perow. Karen 157 Peterson. John 61, 136 Petrov, Melissa 136 Phillips. Latonya 157 Phillips, Michael 177 Phongsa. Kim 65, 136 Phongsa. Somphone 65, 168 Pickering, Brad 72, 113. 114, 136, Pierce, Charles 102, 157 Pimentel, Angel 168 Pimentel, Javier 177 Pimentel, Jesus 168 Pineda. Michele 157 Pinelo, Dinoran 177 Pinelo, Jose 157 Pinkston. Claire 136 Piper, Craig 112, 136 Pittman. Terence 94, 157 Placencia, Sandra 168 Plante, Mr. Omar 101, 203 Plaslellano, Philip 168 Porcell. Margaret 235 Porcell, Marie 57, 136 Porter. Helena 136 Powell, Damon 70. 105, 104, 157 Poydras. Brent 157 Prado, Marirose 177 Price. Reginald 168 Price, Renee 157 Proctor, Angela 177 Provence. Amy 64, 82. 168 Prudholm. Gina 158 Puffinburger, John 168 Puffinburger, Sam 106. 107. 136 Pursel. Jeanne 136. 241 Quezada, Dolores 62. 136 Quinde, Alberto 158 Quinones, David 59, 64, 76. 137 Ouintero, Martha 62, 63, 137 Ouiroz, Cristina 158 Quiroz, Sandra 177 Ramirez, Brenda 177 Ramirez. Juan 158, 101 Ramirez, Marco 98, 177 Ramirez, Teresa 158 Ramirez, Veronica 56. 72 Real, Chris 114, 168 Recio, Martha 177 Rediford, Jeffrey 94, 137 -11- Regopoulos, Yiola 68 Regopoulos, Panagiota 168 Remer, Mrs. 205 Renzullo. Renzullo. Frank 59, 68. 168 Nicholas 101, 168 Rex. Vaughn 41, 103. 102, 137 Reyna. Javier 168 Reynolds. Robert 178 Reynoso. Georgina 168 Richards. Susan 137 Richardson. Lori 137, 139 Riedel. Max 137 Rife, Brian 94, 158 Riley. Lou Coach 94 Ritchie, Chris 114, 178 Rivera, Arturo 178 Rivera, Senobio 168 Rivers, Lisa 75, 168 Robertson. Leanne 55. 72, 137 Robinson, Christopher 94. 95 Robinson Robinson , Edward 104, 158 , Herb Coach 94, 96. 20 Robinson, Nina 178 Robinson . Steven 102. 154. 158 pal' Mo isa 335 1 Robinson, Tamiko 178 pelayo, ieiandra 577 Robinson, Valerie 137 pemome erde, gan, 54 . Robledo. Santiago 178 Penteco , Paul 177 l"" Robles- Mafia 159 Pemek. ldiko sn, rn. 179 Jipblfff View NO. '16 'M 1 137 3 N-., .Ny x Rocha. Neida I78 Rochelle. Andrea I37 ' X Rodriquez. Alice 33 is Rodriquez. Daniel l7S Rodriquez. Dianna l78. 234 Rodriquez. Ernesto I58 Rodriquez. Kim 8I, I68 Rodriquez. Salvador l68 Rodriquez. Teresa l58 Rogers. Dwight l68 Rogers, Randolph IO4, IO5 Romero. Ada 62, 69. 8I. I68 Romero, Roberto l68 Romero, Tito lm, IO7, I37 Rorye, Erick l78 Rosales, Margarita 62, 64. l68 Roshko. Gladys Mrs. 56, I38 Roth, Danny l68 Ruiz, Teresa l68 Russell. Anthony 4l, IO2, IOS. l58 Russell. Jacquelin l68 Russell. Norma Mrs. l99 Ruth, Anthony l68 Sakaguchi. Anita I78 Salisbury, Judith Mrs. ISS Sama, Timothy 98. l68 Simental, Maria I68 Simmon-Carr, Mrs. XD Sims, Gabrielle 58, 72. 82, 158 Smith, Deborah 84 Smith, Dion IO4. l75 Smith. Dean IOI Smith, Gordon I78 Smith, Holly 87. l58 Smith.,Janet l38 Smith. Johnny 98. l68 Smith, Melinda 64, l68 Smith, Robert 945 Smith, Shelby I3l.'l58 smith, Tiffany iss w, Smith, Vanetta l58 Smith, Vernice I58 Solis. Erika 72. l78 Solis. Juan l68 Somerlot, Coach IOO Sora. Marilde 62 Soria. Marcilde I69 Sorenson, Charles l38 Sotelo. Mr. I97 Sotelo, Bernard I39 Soto. Oscar I78. I79 Sotorow, Oscar IOI Sowell, Jacquelin I69 Spee. Allen 55. 64, 72 Spencer. Kevin 98. I78 Spurgeon. Tarrah l78 Si. John. Kathleen l58 Thomas, Elyse 89. l59 Thomas, Gloria l39 Thomas. Maurrylen I69 Thomas. Van Lane I69 Thornton, Matthew 55. 60, ICD. l39 Thornton, Tracy 72, I79 Thornton, Zondria I59 Tierney, Heather I69 Tolbert, Tompso Misty 4l, 85, l39 n. Raymond llO Tong. Louisa 56, 59, 65. 9I, I59 Tong. Richard 65. l39 Torres. Gabriel l59 Torres, Guillermo I69 Torres, Marlon 70, I79 Torrea. Mateo I39 Torres, Rogelio I79 Totten. Cameron 54. l7I, I79 1 Townsend, Stacey I4O ' Treio. Maria I4O Tremblay. Liz 67, 7l, 74, I4O Trinh, Huy 65, I4O Triplett, Reginald 94 Truitt, Joi I69 Turk, Kevin 72,sll4, I4O Turner, Turner. Turner. Chantal I79. W Jeffrey l59 ' Marcia I69 i Wade, Emily 9I. II6. lI7, I69 ' - Wagner, Andy 64, 65. 66. II2. I69 Wahab, Wais I69 Waldersted, Scott IOI Wales, Stacey 72, l25. I4O, 9l. 24I Walker. Keshia 28. 29, I59 Walker. Patricia I69 Wallace. Mr. Bruce 24. I96. I97 Waller. Mr. Ed l97 Wallerstedt. Scott 98, I69 Wallis, Rolanda I4I Walter, Robert II4, I69 Walton. Michelle I69 Warren. Bill Mr. l86 Washington. Ray l59 Washington, Tracy I79 Watson. Danavila I69 Watson. Darvelyn 84, I79 Weaver, Tamara I69 Weber. Rochelle I4I Wesley. Cameron I4I Whipple. Lenard I59 Whitaker, Christopher I79 Whitbord. Timothy I69 White, Cherry 89 White. Jenifer I69 White. Rosiland I79 White. Teresa 75. I69 Sanchez. Bernardo I68 Sanchez, Elvira I37 Sanchez. Felipe l78 Sanchez. lrma l68 Sanchez. Jose 98 Sanchez Lucelma l58 Sanchez Sanchez Sanches Marselino 69. I68 Patricia 8l. l78 . Romelia 69 Sanderson, Susan 85. l38 Sandoval, Sergio I68 Santana, Edward l78 Santana, Linda I78 Saperstein. Scott IOO Suzuki. Nicole I69 Santiago. Gregory l78 Sata. Mutsuko 64. 72. I75. I78 Saurenman. Jill 8l. l78 Savoie, Amy 72. SI. l78. 9I Savoie, Emily 72. I38, 24I Saylor, Brian 77. I68 Sayphrarai, Chanthavi l68 Sayphrarai. Southala 65. I58 Scarborough. Tracie 72, 9I. I38 Scarcell. Gregory l78 Scherer. Steven IOI. l58 Schlew, Jennifer 74 Schoonhoven, Pamela 66, 9l. I68 Schwemmer. Grace 55. 56. 64. I38 Schwemmer. Sylvia 55, 56, l58 Schweska, Regina l68 Schweska, Suzanne I68 Scott. Larry IO4, l78 Scott. Laureen l58 Scott. Nadera 85 Seeker. Thomas 32, lO6. IO7, ISS. 24I Segura, John l78 Sellers, Mr. 203 Sepulveda, Armando l68 Serrano. Luis l78 Serrano. Maria l78 Serrano, Maria I68 Serrurier, Shelly 76. l38, 24l Sevalian. Fred 70, l38 Seymour. Yolanda I38 Shamburger. Omar l78 Shamburger, Robbin l68 Shane. Heidi l68 Shanks. Trinell B8 Shari, Sandeep I78 Sharifi. Nazila l78 Shaw. Robert IOS, I68 Sherrod, Peter I68 Sherry, Keith II2. Il3. II4, l68 Shugart, Carla I58 Sianez, Michelle l78 Sianez, Stephanie I58 Siltanen. Timo 54. l68 Simental, Lucilo I68 Stables, Lavania l78 Stanfield. Daniel 98. I69 Stauff, John 98. I69 Steelhead. Ben Jr. l9l, 24l Steelhead. Mr. Ben Sr. 94, 96. Ill, 202, 203 Stellwagen, Alise l39. 24l Stephenson. Audrey I69 Stepps. Allison l78 Stevens, Brian 76, lOl. l39 Stevens. Kimberly I69 Stevens. Reggie Coach 98, IO4 Stewart. Lisa I69 Stokes, Darul I69 Stokes. Micheal 54, 57, I69 Stokes. Teddy l39 Stone, John 77. l58 Storms, James Mr. l84. l85 Streetz, Damian I78 Stringer, Robert l78 Strings. Jeffrey I78 Strings, Michael 235 Stubblefield. Yolanda l78 Suggs. Paul l58 Summersvilles. Meichelle Sun. Danny I69 Sun, Jimmy 65. l78 Sunay. Ingrid I69 Surya. Muliana 94, IO4. l78 Swaim, Lynette l39 Swanson, Sandra Mrs. l88 Syed, Saineena I58, l78 Tabor. Brenda IS9 Taico. Marilyn l78 Taico. Miguel l59 Takarabe, Naoko 56. 65. 69, 77. l39 Tanner. Tammy 88. 89. IS9 Taylor. Chantilly I69 Taylor, Elizabeth 9l, I79 Taylor. Eva I79 Taylor. Ms. Judy 59, I92, l93 Taylor. Kimberly 87, l59 Taylor. Lance 98. I69 Taylor, Mable I69 Taylor, Tracey 87. II6. II7 Teasley, Pamela 75. I69 Tedhams. Anita 9I, I69 Teng, Frank l39 Terriquez, Elia 62. Sl. I69 Tewksbury. Amy I79 Thomas. Andrea I79 Thomas, Dawn l39 Turner, Michael 94. I4O Tyler. Charlotte 33 Tyler. Christopher II2 Uccles, Carla l59 Uclaray, Madeline I69 Ullrich. Joshua I75. I79 Underwood, Mark IO4, I79 Uriarte, Edward I79 Uzeta, Chris I69 Uzeta, Tina Vacio, Maria l59 Valderrama, Shane I79, 234 Valdes. Maria Mrs. ISS Valdez. Felicia 8I. I79 Valdez, Rudy lOl. I69 Van Der Veen. Eric I69 Vargas, Alma I79 Vargas, Maria l59 Vasquez. Norma 87, l59 Vazquez. Ramiro l59 Vasquez. Victoria I69 Vaughns, Cecelia 58, I4O Vaughns, Gregory iw. IOI, I4O Velez. Jose I69 Velez. Lisa I69 Velez. Maria De I79 Venerable, Leslie 87, l59 Vermeulen, Katrien 56, I4O. 24l Vernzi, Rosanne 64, 9l Vignati. Christopher 62, 69. I79 Vilhauer, Elaine 70. I79 Villanueva. Jovita I79 Villegas. Daniel l59 Villegas. Hector l59 Villegas. Juan IO6 Virzi. Joan 68. Sl. I69 Virzi. Rose Ann 55, 72, l57. l59 Visser, Chimene 9I. I79 Vita. Ed 72. lI3, II4, I23. I4O Vita, Eleadon 69 Vita, Eleazar 56, 59.65. 77. I4O Vita. Gary II2. lI3, ll4 Vo, Chi 54. I79 Vradenburg. Todd 94, IIO, I59 Wiggins, Sonia I69 Williams. Angelina 235 Williams. Cary I79 Williams. Coco Mrs. I92, I93 Williams, Del Ray 94. 96. I4l Williams. Eliseo I69 Williams, Jacquelin 87 Williams. Jana I4l Williams. Jennie Mrs. 88 Williams. Kenneth 98, I69, IOI Williams. La Nette 74, I59 Williams. Lawernce I74 Williams, Sterling 98, IO4. IOS Williams. Turran 28, 29. IO4, I79 Willis. Dee 89 Willis, Dwana I69 Willis. Marlene I69 Willis. Harry 54. 66, I69 Wilson, Anne 72. l59 Wilson, Dee 72 Wimberly. Rodrigo I59 Windham. David 85, 94. 95, I4l Wing, Robert IN, l59 Wise, Ginger I79 Wong, Brian I4l Wong, Emily 56, 64. 65. 76, 82, 55, I69 Woodin, Julie I79 Woods, Anthony IIO, l4l Woods, Melinda l59 Woods Nick 54 59, I55, I59 wooasf Oren use Woods, Woody. Yolanda 70, I69 Roberta l59 Wopshall. Michelle 72, QI, I69 Wright, Cheryl I4l Wyatt, Darrin I79 Wycoff. Ms. Jane 72, 89, l97 Yamane. Julie 84 Yang. Janet 59.63, l4I Yen. Sophia 87, I69 Yoshida, Katsumi I59 Young, Cindy I79. 236 Young. David I79 Younger, Cecilia 82. 87. I4l, 24l Zakir. Mira I79 Zamora, Jose IIO, II6. II7 Zawinul. lvan 72. I69 Zeiss, Nicole 28. 29, I77, I79 Zhu. Weng-Shen 65 Zimmerman. Holly I4l ZinZun, Michael I69 239 i fg From sports to stu dent government the major syndrome plaguing the campus was the all-comsummg ever-denied attitude problem. Year book could not escape this disease. Attempting to form a unified staff from these individuals was an unfulfilled task. 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Far right: "Tell me one good reason why you don't want to go out with me tonight." asks the mascot Michael Culross. gf' ,Z ,- -1 1-1 Spirit I7 fm I8 Varsity Cheerleaders ' NA' ,,Ue'?1:z'- I ' it L' ""'A'f1 I '?' A ,, Mx. A , 'fl g ,X s. 2. ue, V, L 45' 2 Fig. Bottom left to top right: Juanita Staley. Leslie Kirksey, Doris Lester, Nicole Brown. Sabrina Hammond, Diane Jones 1 ,7"J' , wwe . .X ,M-. 'aww 'I ' ,ff 'L will' l f w'ff7'a5f E2 First row: Teri Adams. Leshe Concholar. Crashawn Jackson, Gretchen Lampert, Lisa O'NeilL Second row: Marie Porcell, Alisa Stellwagen. Cece Vaughns. l' 1 l js Tiff 1 So '19 Girls I9 Sigh 3.2 20 J.V. Cheerleaders .fmwmmffq-an ogg! Top to bottom: Monique Craft, Alexa Palmer, Regina Schweska, Suzanna Schweska, Tamara Weaver, Mar- lene Willis. ' I x ,4 I wJ X Leis xo vkghu Yuba Com. c aooe?ux-sa. Sam ii' Y' I 'Lacfxoa YN M ii' Y OK KO W in F1-J 'in- 'fa Q X ogika ,A-I ,fi UHF' -as F IBS Girls ll V' ---.--1 --acupu- ----1 ----v -..---1 fgg 0 22 Tall Flag VL v, 1 ! ' .3 172. W, in Bottom: Zina Abrams, Nichele Green. Second row: Tonya Phillips, Celeste White, Holly Smith, Monica Paz, Susan Jiminez. Third row: Vernice Smith, Mi- chele Pineda. Dawn Thomas. Fourth row: Monique Hearn, Lola Hill, Lisa Rivers, ,ff qs, 1 , " . 4, ..2'.' 4' ,, ,WMM , A. '-ff? E, , g- Blair Drum K W3 4"",r Y wg.. I on beating. - P' M .M E' lk 1 -4 A -V LAP' J f x Q 2 .--Q 1 l ' el r i V . 1 fl ' f , , ,wg is is 5 n Q5 g ll' s 33 75 gk A ' 1 l J: ' , 'r ' , Q7 Y "Our little drummer bo s pa rum pa pum pum." 5 1 -lf MX lx ' 1 r 2 ., 'Al N, A Bl + i fu. - l 4-. to stay awake -during thenr routine." 2. Drum Corps an - Q . Z l" Above left: Chris and Pat Brandt imitate Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. Left: Rick Nowak nabs Cart- ers Lawrence in a drug bust. Above: Teri Adams practices the art of self-defense. Immediately above: Melissa Campbell teaches her teddy bear some manners. 4 Q V 1 ' fgilflkggfgtf fl ,tr ,'?- ,,' , W.-,fglxlil - A. , U pfnglflllil .I , '- if Q , X ',. , j NJA, A , x ,H V: f W' l 'f f 'Zh 1 N ll? " 'Qi' I ' it V ' -i, we z Q . 'X '- ' lvfff 4, " .,,,' ' ' , . , ..,,,, 5 , , if 4 ' 'll 4 2 . 1' ' y , , w...m,,f.,l, f eq, ,, f 1 cl ' E' ef 'V F Q, 2 Above left:Count Dawson looks for a tasty bite. Left: Sabrina Hammond disguises herself as Boy George. Top: Mr. Wallace practices for the Village People auditions. Middle: "Jailbirds." Bottom: Roger Krieg. Michael Culross, and Kelly Nelson try to drum up some business. ikx Tm'-M apical memories Though the heavens had opened up and sent heavy rain to Pasadena on November l2. spirits could not be dampened and lots of people turned up at our I983 Homecom- ing game. Umbrellas at the ready the crowd watched the Vikings forge ahead through mud and water to defeat the South Pasadena Tigers in an I8-6 win. The parade of cars containing the Homecoming court, was absent due to the drenched condition of the field. The court was then presented in a modest fashion in front of the crowd with plastic bags around their pretty shoes. The theme "Magical Memories" was presented in the colors of pink, grey. white and and burgundy. The colors were used in varying combinations for the dresses and tuxedos of the court making the grey day look a little brighter. 26 Homecoming f, r........A 9 i K Q , ,gtg if 'eww v-f-" "1 51-.4 o 'N ' ,. "'-f I 5' . A iH"v'.4f4,w.9 . -LQ X I P Homecoming 27 EC -V Fifa w ' fx ' QV, X' X Lf. ' 3 JT W ' 4 N X 6 u fi nuts' , 51V"--a - Q'-1 Q. , Lf-F . F JVM ,:"t'S , flu LIE?" QM ,gist ' ' ' ' l . H? Efiff , f E5 'l 'Y 4 -i+'f,if?2uS?E.dM Qfiw 5 rm J ' ,VP V A W L a Qi? I Y f f l 19 , 542 M l983 C OUR T Left to right: Turrane Williams, Nicole Zeiss, Marcus Dawson, Kecia Walker, Scott Bass, Tabetha Brooks, Joe Babe Bogaard, Sheri Castro, Vernon Bennet, Nichele Greer. N as 2' . fin a 1 my ,K '94 , Q x ,pg ,z l 6-if , I A , , , :i, 1,55 ' ,e ss -X, A A X . ,Q ft , "' 'K , . , , . , f, ' , B , ', A , . 28 Homecoming Il I wr' Q , r Homecoming 29 SIB ' This year the FallfWinter Associated Student Body made a concerted effort to raise spirit at Blair and erase apathy. They made a fast start with a most impressive Homecoming. This activity included the assembly that proved well-organized and rehearsed. For the dance, the gym was outrageously decorated with purple, pink, and white, attracting a huge crowd. Efforts were also made to determine the fate of Blair, with meetings with the Superintendent, R. Cortines. During these sessions, the ASB asked for and received the assistance of another school clerk in the Main Office. This compensated for the work overload due to cutbacks. Other spirited events included caroling at Christmas, faculty parties, and student interaction with the community. With these and other efforts made, the Blair ASB increased spirit and an excellent groundwork for continuing in the next se- mester. -. f X N ' A . ' D ,ll fb. , -'1 A " A si f 0' I 'writ N. pq K x A J ASB Cabinet: Clockwise, Norm Morrow, Jackie Gold- smith, Jana Williams, Monique Craft. Paula Chan, Joe Bogaard, Nicole Moore, Brian Stevens, Harry John- son, Kelly Nelson, Rick Nowak, Jeanne Pursel, Tom Seeker, Esmerelda Bugarin. Cardonna McClure, Sheri Castro. '84: Samar Masri, Shelly Serrurier, Melissa Petrov. Brian Stevens. '85: Cheddar Dawson, Missy Miele, Jeremie Basma- iian. '86: Amy Province, Monique Craft. '87. llde Pentak, Barbara Davis. 30 Associated Student Body un 1 IDIQUI I I Working the second semester since the A.S.B. cabinet was decreased in enroll- ment, the members have commented on the increased effectiveness and organiza- tion of the class. Jeanne Pursel, the Asso- ciated Student Body President, stated "The resulting effects of the reduction in the A.S.B. have been monumentalg with or- ganization and participation increased and improved. "We are BlTCHlNl" As the year comes to a close, the "new" A.S.B. has provided spirit and en- thusiasm throughout the 83-84 year. This cabinet has made its presence felt and hope for student involvement in the years to come. Clockwise: Norm,Skid,Gas attendant,Pumpkin, Pau- ly, Niquy. Lis. Thrust, Squeak, Gene, Steve, R.K.. Har- ry J., Rickie, Dukie. Diana Amaya, Jack, Sheri. "84" Samar Masri. Shelly Serrurier, Lisa O'Neill, Melissa Petrov. "85" Missy Miele, Jeremie Basmajian. "86" Lauren O'Neill. Amy Provence, Monique Craft, Yiota Rigopoulos. "87" Ruben Brown, Brenda Ramirez, llde Pentak, Jose Munoz. Associated Student Body SI PISA It is the objective of the Blair P.T.S.A. to be a support group of the school. The at- tempt to support the activities of the stu- dent body with funds, personnal and ideas. The parents, teachers and staff in- volved attend meetings to keep them- selves abreast of the activities of the school, look into problems and form effec- tive solutions. Annually they help get the school year off to a good start by hosting a luncheon for all faculty and staff the day before school begins. They have supplied food of all varieties free to the students attending the Homecoming Dance, and supplied chaperones for dances. P.T.S.A. puts together the school newsletter to keep the school population informed of sporting events, general information and concerns confronting us Csuch as school closurej. They contact the Superinten- dant and School Board Members to lobby on behalf of issues concerning Blair, and send out tokens of appreciation to staff members on several occasions. They serve refreshments at Open House and Back to School Night working at fostering good public relations for the school within the community and with Private schools. Other helpful efforts have funded emer- gency welfare for situations that arise. Funding the generation and half of the po- lice costs for the picnic as well as sponsor- ing booths, they will also be sponsoring the second annual Easter Egg Hunt and Second Annual Tennis Tournament. Last years big fund raiser bought computer equipment and established a repair fund to expedite expenses. The Leadership Conference was sponsored last year and will be supported this year. The support and enthusiasm by the P.T.S.A. is over whelmingly appreciated by Blair High. We, the administration and the student body would like to thank you, P.T.S.A., tre- mendously. 32 PTSA Nlflflbb 4 3 i 11 1 lNlXll ONLY Q2-oo j Vlwre. 3 WWW Bottom left: Ken Olson attempts to settle the ongoing budget crises at Blair. Top left: Secretary Wendy Bodenshot contemplates her present strategies onlthe sports program. Top right, Tommy Seeker waits anxiously to express his student's point of view. Middle: Dianne Moore and Bonnie Griffiths show their satisfaction upon completion of the meeting. Bottom right: Joe Bogaard wanls you. of Lf! 6 The School Improvement Committee at Blair provides an opportunity for parents, staff and students to come together to discuss ways Blair can be improved. The time is spent constructively, solutions are suggested instead of blame being cast. The specific goals this year included improving the morale and communica- tions within Blair, the beautification of Blair, and being available to deal with any crisis. Having a sound board of a broad selection of people helps solve any prob- lem. Improvements such as better use of the marquee, a tutoring program for stu- dents who need it, a copier, and fresh paint for the amphitheater were objec- tives the group worked towards. The committee has kept a sharp eye on developments "downtown" in other words, at the Education Center. Members have attended school board meetings and reported back as the possible consolida- tion of secondary schools has been under discussion. Bob Miele has been chairman of the committee since it began several years ago, This year, parent Charlotte Tyler has acted as his main assistant. The School Improvement Committee is open to any- one at Blair who has on idea for school improvement. Top left: Jeanne Pursel shows her BITCHIN' SIC spirit. Middle left: LouAnn Hen- drix fantasizes ofa much improved Blair High School. Bottom left: Dianne Moore tries to demonstrate her logic. Top right: Judie O'Neill expresses her views, as usual, Middle right: Paperboy Eric Bland offers a "Viking Express" before departing on his route. Bottom right: Alice Rodriguez. Rita Elshout, and Charlotte Tyler listen attentively to the controversial debate. SIC 33 'Iis the season! A AAA AAA AA AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA Christmas 1' A 'X K -2?'l'5 W ' Wf?T'5f""O A x 'ul ef , . I ,f1, QM : '.'l 5 1,8 X , ,' arf' x 'fs-9 , '29 x W5 .I x ,su 'nga J 1 J up T' eo0c.,,40ooooG nv ,uzoowww - A K - ,-. .4 Christmas 35 --Q, ' :VT L , 'X Q 36 Rose Parade KH? Far top left: Jeri finds float flowering a sticky job! Left Middle: Albert Quindy advertises his pick for the R.B. Lower left: Fading back, big Brett Aebersold wonders why he didn't play varsity quarterback. Center: Michael Turner shows all he has the Mun- chos. Top Right: Miss Piggy cruises down Orange Grove in style. Above: Donald Van Orman and his dog Spot, just before he entered as an Arab in the Parade. Rose Parade 37 uf' f I I X uf? ' 4 :wx as Qf' 'x r 9 I ,421 1 :I L .x,,9f,47 ,f f - '1',' 1, I X , 40 A s I M ' vb' ' Md fff, '7 1 f I I ,X 1 22 f I , , if Q, , , , H ,ff ,4 ,fat f fY Jr m5f21,Zg73"' ,QQ f- . if E3 x ' L Q ' X 3 , W Jr ,Q AZ? , 1 V . -Ml-gli? . ,.j1,7,y I ff 3m.f4,., Metz . A sezgtgfrg .V 5,1 Wt Will The Real Donkey Stand Up? 40 Donkey basketball . PHX!! K, ,I f"L""ff Hey there, Hi there, Ho there! This year, the Blair Yearbook roving reporter decid- ed to turn the tables and interview one of the star donkeys in the annual Donkey Basketball game - Ginger. Here is a small portion of the interview: Reporter: In your own words, describe the game for us. Gin- ger: Okay, shortly after we arrived at the school, the team members showed up. The only difference that I could see between us and the players was that they were sitting on top of us. We soon got to know our partners rear. . . oops, I mean real well. We lined up, and then that buzzer rang, We heard the team braying, I mean pray- ing that they would win. The first half went rather slow. One for Blair, One for Muir, and so on and so on. Then all of the sudden, things changed. It became one for Blair, two for Muir. I think that when that started to happen, Ben got a bit excited all of the sudden, the clean-up crew tore out on the court to clean up the mess he made. Oh, I was so embarrassed for him. The second half picked up a bit, just a bit. More baskets were scored, more shouting came from the crowd, and there were more appearances from the clean-up crew. Finally, after twelve minutes were up, Muir had won, 60-58. What a great accomplishment for their school! All in all. it was a great game, but boy, we were pooped! IP? . 'Wg . t ., he 'f' -4-1 J.: 'e 3 I Nl l . 1 e , f 1 byv f A 'A-M 'Q 'I flaw... Left: "Anybody have any suggestions for getting this donkey to move?" pleads Tony Russel, Above: No Misty Tolbert, you have to stay on the donkey. No cheating, please! Below: Sonja Lewis tries to keep falling on her ass - or is that on her ass? fprhii A f .4 ut.. 'fl as Q- N -K.. ebweuQ,.,,,g ,,., , A .1 ""' 1 '- - A"'9"w.,.,, , Oppositepage. Top left: l'lI go my way, you go yours. O.K.CharlesfFarleft1On your marks, get set . . . GO! Center left: "Heads l sit on you. Tails you sit on me" Donkey basketball 4l X-XR as g I , XV. Y 1 ,c 1 f' elf- W 1 - ,fi ff ' T h e , X V event of ' ' S p r i n g X' Show" is inevita- bly anticipated by V A the student body and participants every year. Countless hours of practice and effort are put into this spec- tacular presentation. The repertoire contains everything from Broadway show songs performed in casual dress, to contemporary songs in formal attire. Mr. Co day is the major inspiration behind Kaleido scope. He is the director and producer, a diff: cult job which he executes patiently. ln the end this patience and dedication, in conjunction with the cooperation and hard work of the cast- Kaleldo scope turns out to be the show to see. 4 l LJ ffxx 7 ll K X, i , K Q U! ffrxxk XXX 1 ' -X , y,,fX so XX-L, ww , NX lx !f'XX XX X il fc X Qt of X x .X- i -x X I ESQ? Z l N X N X N A X-J' fxx xx., JIIXX X K KX fx X . XX XJ X XX, :N .XX,x f g, X! f f ,X ff KANXX I VAAV X f N X. 5 f Q, ,,-Xx,- X! -E XJ X, L! Kaleidescope 43 This years drama class was com- posed of mostly first timers. Yet, they all had the need and ability to place themselves in the shoes of others. ln- spired by the success of last years per- formances, they were determined to do well. , f As the director, Mr. Coday concen- trated on the development of acting skills and the importance of creativity. To overcome their weaknesses and reach their expected goals, these dra- ma members depended on their sense of humor, responsibility, self discipline. and the guidance of Mr. Coday. The curiosity and enthusiasm in dra- matic arts resulted in another fine cast of participants, and another fantastic performance, A41 i. .muff W. aww- 4'-yfdwlvmwr' 'V Qpmxm af I Q I ' , ,K sv' , if M Ni . f,, 5 . ..,, - y. 4 1 1 f -4 9, .. it 48 Prom Ks W 4 ,.Qf Q +3 , 4, Q?32g, 9 U, .4 - ,gwig 1 , 4 i z -. ig? is if ONN VESA . . Xace??a1XL ?Xa1fa Yxoxa RNe,6xoQ,Xo?aiacXxee, eodsex aodvlekoss Yami 606 Vavixee Nate 6wOgXCQX61'XOQ V 006 CoXovs1vw 1 Xlxie 'x-5 A dmxovfx 004 owlxeeq '00 Mo uo We Song 'Aw Prom W The moment we have waited for GRADUATION! Seniors have been looking forward to graduation since September I6 Our four years have been filled with fond memories to look back on. High school has given us the friends and memories that will be cherished for a lifetime. United together through class activi- ties, sports, and friendships we have learned and matured because of each oth- dingy - ,,V1Ati q , ' ....,f " Z- Cl? DUAIIU - Q5 'e I I ,..,.,,,.,,,,,.,.,.,,,,-f,,,s fx f 6 f If , ff er. Now that the final day is approaching, we realize how much we are going to miss Blair, our friend, and the fun we have en- ioyed. We will now be introduced to new ex- periences. A door is opened towards the future. Of course the memories of Blair will remain with us - the happiness, the sorrow, the laughter, and the tears. We will leave here and everything will turn into memories which will reflect upon the rest of our lives. 50 Graduation 1 klSl 'AN ., VV EP Qoodb Q I 4 2 Q?"-55 j ffm 0 2 Graduation 5I .f V.'+2-,affi'e.vf,5j' - 1 kM,f2 ,uh . .. ,. . -f L. A- ww' L - . + if 5 'E 3 A ' '- ' ' f'ff ,.t!'-if' -. .His-,1:',z.i ' '- . A-,, ,.iy::n3,,s 1. 41 f W .4 H '.,r, f. -,L rm, ,gl rf 1 - 5 ' 1 -, iw' fm. ',,,, fi ffm ',cg1Q,v- ' 11 QL W - cf' ..,.f,-4-Y Afffiwi 'U 5491 -1-if Q 1,f-gb' 6,4-912, '40 1 fc +. .2 f .va 4 1 g'25f.,f5?Q f f fiizr. I2 'A M I- --'typ .,n-.'- ,' 4 V fr 2 pe?-. -as , . 1 -wi M ' f- 'A ,fav sf. -7- 52 Candids I 'a ,1 6 , 'Q-ni -g I F 761: nxx I x 1 Candids 53 Xt -Xxx X .x X X - ti X NXXN x -K., . I X. , X. X XXX N52 'x 'N 'x . X x W x RN xxx NX Xhlxxxlxx N- 1 ' ' ' X bk XXX AX XNxNXX,XXXxxx xxx x Making a lot of Racket Mr. Charles Lamb was the advisor for yet another active sports club. Tennis. The main purpose of the club was to finance the boys and girls tennis teams. ln order to raise money for team uniforms they arranged a mug sale in the fall. This proved to be very popular for parents and students alike because of the attractive design of the Blair Viking on the mugs. It was a good idea for Christmas presents too. Other activities of this lively bunch in- cluded a ten-a-thon. Students were spon- sored by various people according to the number of games played. This brought in quite a bit of money, The election of officers was a big event because the strong cabinet is what kept the club on its feet. The club was headed by Presidents Philip Kramer and Henry Willis, Vice-President Chi Vo, Secretary Alex Palmer, Treasurer Elke Kostelac. l983 turned out to be a fun year for all and the tennis teams appreciated the club's help. rl xXx 54 Tennis R , Ld l i wade-P" ' Row I: Eric Muntz, Pat Brandt, John Hoang, Cameron Totten, Timo Sil- tanen, Chi Vo. Raw 2: Michael Stokes, Yuichi Handa, Roger Jansen, Mark Goodstein, Loren Land, Andy Laakmann, Jean Cativiela. Row 3: Dave Ackermann, Shawn Head, Marcus Dawson, Henry Willis, Nanci Cook. Katya Armistead, Dan Dewey, Sam Demonteverde, Mr. Charles Lamb. J Above: Nick Woods is amazed at the effectiveness of his top spin. Left: Henry Willis concentrates gravely on hitting the ball. ,ii 5 .: Af: N421 lx 'xl , E : Row li Leticia Lara, Lisa O'Neil, Alan Spee, Irene Hernandez, Heather Hartman, Lulu Fou, Katya Armistead, Raw 2: Rose Ann Virzi, Grace Schwemmer, Andy Wagner, Jen Dakan, Judy Hsu, Lynda Hopkins. Samar Masri, Leanne Robertson. Row 3: Ken Lake, John Delaney. Emily Wong, Roger Krieg, Katie Carlson, Monica Gonzalez. Lena Masri, Sylvia Schwemmer. Above: Roger Krieg. Kat Armistead. and Matt Thornton proudly display an award earned at Red Cross Camp. Right: Jackie Osborne, Leticica Lara, Emily Wong. Sylvia Schwemmer, and Lulu Fou seek shelter from the sun under a tree. Donation of Time and Care Blair underwent a beautification pro- cess this year thanks to the unending en- ergy of the members of the Red Cross club. Benches and bathrooms were paint- ed and the campus was cleaned up. Many members of the club are also members of the Pasadena Red Cross Asso- ciation and greatly contributed to the club with many ideas for fundraisers and ac- tivities. One of the main activities sponsored by the club was the annual blood drive which proved to be quite successful despite the number of people who aren't particularly fond of needles. The Red Cross Club did much volunteer work around the campus and in the com- munity. Their hard work will always be appreciated. Red Cross 55 -C Going Places, Seeing New Faces . . . This year Blair played host to four AFS students: Kevin Armaratunga from Sri Lanka, Sanja Basic from Yugoslavia, Shaunagh Mullett from England and Ka- trien Vermeulen from Belgium. Each one shared tales of their country, ways of life and feelings regarding American living. The purpose of the club was to create interest and excitement in Blair students concerning the opportunities to make ap- plication themselves. No matter where the destination, the experience would in- evitably be remembered and could possi- bly change their way of thinking, as well as life. Mrs. Gladys Roshko was a lively and ac- tive advisor. Many activities were ar- ranged throughout the year. A Christmas party involving international foods and traditions made the students a little less homesick during the holiday season. Fol- lowing this came a week of hard, but en- joyable, work on the Rose Parade floats. A picnic in the spring and a summer beach party brought an exciting end to the visit- ing students' fun-filled year in America. 14 ll if I Lf , 9 , ' is 56 A.F.S. Row I: Sonja Basic, Shaunagh Mullett, Katrien Vermeulen, Kevin Armara- tunga. Row 2: Advisor Mrs. Gladys Roshko, Rita Khalaf, Allison Hopkins, Heather Hartman, Amanda Fox, Jessica Lambert, Lynda Hopkins, Tawny Cates. Row 3: Monica Hadsell, Jeremie Basmajian, Elizabeth Morgan. Syl- via Schwemmer. Lulu Fou, Veronica Ramirez, Emily Wong, Grace Schwem- mer. Raw 4: Eleazar Vita, Christine Miele, Sean Boyd, Liz Hebgan, Missy Miele. Scott Bass. Louisa Tong, Karen Baldeschwieler, Nikki Takarabe. r I Z1 A l , Above: John Delaney. Karen Baldeschwieler, and Kevin Armaratunga gather around the piano for a sing-song. Left. Shaunagh Mullett and Katrien Vermeulen try to adjust to the bright California sun. , Row I. Charlie Blinkenberg, Keith Sherry, Victor Gallardo, Mike Stokes, Ted Koch. Row2: Darcey Estes, Vannia De La Cuba, Miko Campbell. Row 3: Mona Masri, Olga Castaneda, Farouzan Faridian, Deirdre Benn, Rita Kha- laf. Jeremie Basmajian. Row 4: Thereza Oghoorian, Anita Ojha. Samar Masri, Lynda Hopkins. Maggie Porcell, Advisor Monsieur Liden, Rick Nowak. Le Club ist Chic Imagine this: It is early morning and for breakfast you are having a croissant and cafe au lait. You later see a French movie and dine at a French restaurant. Where are you? In France? No. you are a member of Blair's French Club. Headed by Mr. Olaf Liden, the club pro- vided its members with a French atmo- them a taste of what France is actually like without having to visit the country. The club dined at French restaurants, saw hundreds of slides from Europe, en- ioyed numerous French movies and even had an occasional French breakfast in sphere and gave class. Learning about French culture, cuisine, and history made learning the language all the more fun. Vive le French Club!! ::..g' ijgiiifiilfig --flip 'H ff" 1 33:11:15 N JMS . 'WT1 1 es, . Q F 1---"' ' , f I .fp- C ,l -Q3::g,,1ic,.7-Z . W gy- ' - ' fe, -fx '. 1 'V. .. i 'rt' '17 's" f- Q - . wg' fi? -1 .1 75. rf .451 f..--'j'7jVQl.fL,Q' ' Cf' i y A ., .124 ffifffif- "f'r Qiyjv if , "lc fj.lf-"Qjjj..ffgLf' V ' 'lijpifffjg 5:3155 I'gg:igfg.f"f ,.4 iZ5'f'r ' 95513. ,...-1-' M ' l I 1 ,L 'L ' dl' 3 r' 551' ' A . 11 f P, ply 4 U , ap . if ,A V., ', 5 .V14,..i f .n45,l. 1 7 7' ' -l'fx':l" I ' if 4,1 7: ' F' I -In 2 T' ,af 1 f PE! 1- 1 ' 5. , f ffl ff i Y ' fr: . . W' X ai ff, , , i :tiki l?'1i,. . V qt fxx im ression of a seductive Frenchman. Right: Above. Charlie Blinkenberg does an p the experience of a French breakfast. Rick Nowak recalls French 57 I. 1 ' Always there with a helping hand The Z-Club sailed through the year with success. Among the many activities were, chocolate sucker sales, pinning up posters for the California Institute of Technology, parties for the handicapped children at Roosevelt School and a career day for young women. These services were geared to provide for the community. This year the Z-Club sponsored a cam- paign to help beautify the Blair campus. With the help of A.S.B. and the Red Cross Club the amphitheater benches were sanded and painted. President Katya Ar- mistead feels the success of the club is due to the effort and dedication of its members. 'WK- 'War' .X 58 Z Club if Rowlf Jeannie Pursel, Cecelia Vaughns, Rita Khalaf, Paula Chan. Rowll Lulu Fou. Thereza Oghoorian, Katya Armistead, Lynda Hopkins, Leslie Concho- lar. Row 3: Sanda Cramer Bornamann, Forouzan Faridian, Julie Anderson. Elizabeth Morgan, Gabby Simms. Above. Katya Armistead entertains the children with a puppet show. Left: Jeannie Pursel watches everyone enjoying themselves. , QI" ,l Row I: Lulu Fou, Eleazar Vita, Edith Morrison, Karen Baldeschweiler, Luis Kahn. Row 2: Vinh Do, Elizabeth Morgan, Sylvia Schwemmwer, Veronica Ramirez. Emily Wong, Louisa Tong. Row 3: Samar Masri, Advisor Mrs. Judy Taylor. Row 4: Frank Renzullo, Monica Hadsell, Amanda Fox, Janet Yang, Adalia Desamparado, Micki Ly. Mona Masri. Row 5: Charni Lewis, David Quinnones, Nick Woods, Roger Krieg, Micheal LeFlore, Hassan Carroll, Lena Masri, Thais Beck. .pe .41 V N .1 , 4.3.1.1 JL. .ms 'l'l I 5' , X it VV a Above: Lulu Fou and Miki Ly pose before taking to the ocean blue in their catamaran. Right: Louisa Tong gets caught with her hand in the cookie jar. Setting High Standards California Scholarship Federation kept up the tradition of being one of the most productive clubs on campus this year. Their ability to organize and complete projects is equal to the successes and ac- complishments they have achieved indi- vidually. The major goal of the club is to raise money for senior scholarships, The fun- draisers included a chocolate sale and a Thanksgiving gram sale. Another respon- sibility the club has had every year is hosting a Christmas tea for the faculty. Mrs. Taylor, the advisor for many years, encourages students to join if they meet the requirements and are willing to participate in the many activities. I V ww ug, Tart. Lf C.S.F. X. 335 i We tml V' L0 ,P K . L Big Time Film Production Club Scene I: Location: Deck of starship Yam Yanker with Captain Quirk, Dr. Sam McSpock, George Jetson, Buckwheat Rog- ers. Big Time Space Scene Action Type Movie Take one: Dr. Joe Mama: You're mad! Percy the Thingless: l'm not mad, l'm gay! George Jetson: They've got Dr. Joe Mama. Buckwheat Rogers: Da murl metound tien- tis ob piziodogicul endebers. Capt. Quirk: We're now out for re- venge. Dr. Sam McSpock: Yessss! Aand Cut! That's a print! Scene 2: Location: Small command shack: Korea I95l with Major Gaylord, Capt. Franks, Chick, Private Rog, Radio Chuck, Chaplain Walker, Peters, Lt. McKeever, Corporal Dork. The Strike - Take one: Major Gaylord: Chick, l'm fighting my own private section of the war Chick: You look like you could use a little 2 LL ya Ov JV Q' slee ourself l U Yly X p . . . y . 05 'fy W anks: What are the odds, Major? QL S AVL . McKeever: You mean you don't know, U.df VM i 'Q 4- I C 'f O cjiij X Xrotbo, QU XVXJLJV' N45 Un KT'-7 IX ,L fb fbtxijn ,Q tj, KV, :ffl yd: 4 QP Qpauseb Sir? Peters: That's good. Radio Chuck: Razor Red, this is Razor Blue C.P., over. Private Reg: Request permission to use the latrine, Sir. Chaplain Walker: You're a butcher! A stu- pid Butcher! Corporal Dork, OY! OY! O yi Ah Insert several commercials. x at 'O , tj-l 9 -. i fig 2 .-,,Sv xN my my ' 7k r ULX5 ii xr! if by ,YL ' ,Q S . XJ 9, . Q51 f 'J 5' VAQU7 7V.xl Xv7,U box Di!! ag! A6 x,,f'M,0 ,JS my NLC! X09 17, LID t . , 5'- 5 U! ng' ---I ln...- .75 E O E 5 FJ 5 fl Q 5 VI Z 3 D. E 3 0 DI 3 2 8 , th S S 2 2 5'- fb E 9. 2 : 51 QNX BH 2 -Viv WOM S 5 :NY1QN'32L G12 '-li QE. Q.: mE. ... fu? o: ""-l H-. mi mm WX iii 3: 9'n mm 9,2 UGS' Sa "'9f 0. 58 53 'UB 2.2 70, fl b u- Q 1 YF -l :r ru 5' ... ro -I : ID Z. o :: 1 W rn rn -1 -1 KD v. Z. I UG 053 age? ft AM,..p...Cwrl oyj Row I: GQ Jim, Stupid Rog, Little Kenny Lake, Goofy Thorton. Row2: Rhasta Dirt, Doug DeNootbar, Bobby Nosesome. Born Ready Rick, Jeff Buddy Koch, Dave Caple's friend, Hattenin' Matt. .JC l 6BTC K U ii MW L me .+ . is .QS ju of MP M - V 1. 4' "" ' I' 4 c., ,. -. ,,, - N 'te - --Q-Lau-..... J'--' A Q "Q-a . Q' .i ' A "'ff .sf Above: John Peterson finds Philip Kramer's mouth much more challenging than an l I to the bathroom!" exclaims Jeff ordinary golf tee. Below: "Goodness have to go Hurst. Did Someone Say They Just Shot A Birdie ?! This new club teed off under the direc- tion of Mr. Charles Lamb. The students who joined were taught step-by-step, from the tee to the green, the not-so-sim- ple game of golf. The most thrilling and rewarding activi- ties for the club were golf tournaments at various courses in the area, including the Eaton Canyon Golf Course, These were very successful, and through the exper- ience of playing at different places and in competition with others, they gained con- fidence and excitement from an other- wise dull game, Through the success of this year, the club is destined to go many more rounds at Blair. V r . 3 Row If Greg Hurst, Mark Kramer, John Bodenshot. Row 2: John Maisterra, Amy Provence, Martha Conner, John Peterson. Row 3: P B andt, Advisor Mr. Jeff Hurst, Chris Moore, Philip Kramer, at r Charles Lamb. Pride Of The Latinos Though the Latino American Student Association began over ten years ago, it is still a very influential and active part of the school. The club's main purpose is to help members unite and share cultural heritage. L.A.S.A. organized several ac- tivities this year that were held with great success. These events included the L.A.S.A. Homecoming Dance, a very wet carwash and a delicious candied apple sale. These activities allowed the club to raise enough money for their Graduation Ball. Once again, Mr. Ibarra, the advisor, with the help of every member of the club made this year's long efforts result in the unification of the Latin Americans at Blair. Row It Febronio Bugarian, Dolores Quezada, Sylvia Aguilar, Gricelda Amezquita, Martha Bugarian, Mar- garita Rosales. Maria Aguilar. Row 2: Horacio Alamo, Lucinda Espouza, Regina Marino, Conception Muro, Matilde Sora, Castella Bugarian. Narcisa Mundo, Araceli Galvan, Elia Terriquez. Row 3: Byron Garcia, Juan Charcas, Maria Amaya, Diana Amaya, Rigo- berto Arias, Martha Quintero, Victor Esquibel, Delia Campos, Ada Romero. Esmralda Bugarin, Row 4: Fer- nando Medina. Maria de Casas, German Herrera, Christopher Vignati. Afonzo Jara, Flavio Castanrda. Juan Murillo, Fidel Hernandez, Pedro Caishpal. Narciso Monge. Bertha Nestor. 62 L.A.S.A. Below left: Esmeralda Bugarian chuckles to herself while meditating. Below: Juan Murillo practices grinning at the camera for his modeling career - Gricelda is quite uninterested by it alll ,..nI"""""" fx rr frrr f vw-Q -,. - -vrvlwm 5- . Q .,. i 3 3 N A l E, . M ,l Wwmmmmmmnw Row l: Concepcion Muro. Maria Amaya, Gricelda Amezquita. Row 2: Dagoberto Avila, Regina Marino, Mr. Aaron Sotello, Diana Amaya, Martha Quintero. 2 ll- t il ' gl Culture Learned and Experienced Out of the many organizations at Blair High, M.E.C.H.A. is one of the oldest and most dedicated to cultural learning. Mo- viento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan's main goal is to organize and unite the Hispanic community. Throughout the years the club has encour- aged its members to become involved in their school and community. M.E.C.H.A. members sponsored a profit- able fundraising campaign. The campaign was launched with a dance, car wash, and candy sales. ln honor of Cinco de Mayo mem- bers helped A.S.B. organize an assembly to commemorate this holiday. Advisor Mr. Aaron Sotello has motivated members to become interested in their his- panic culture and to share their knowledge with the Student body. Below right: Oh well. I guess there are to be some days when you just don't want to smile. Below left: Mr. Sotello does a double take as his students begin their version of the Mexi- can Hat Dance. L- Q-1 Lui M.E.C.H.A. 63 The Performing Arts Hit a High Note Pick any day during lunchtime to visit the Drama and Chorus room on campus and you will find the room filled with sweet Harmonious voices of Blair's presti- gious chorus, directed by Mr. James Co- day. The group performed at various ho- tels, clubs and churches with their major shows being the annual Christmas concert in the winter, and Kaleidoscope in the spring. Enrollment in the Drama classes was low, and ineligibility lists further depleted class size. Due to this situation, the year was used mainly as a learning and growing period. Though many plays were re- hearsed, few were performed. Lastly but not least, the performance of the year, the event that practically the entire city looks forward to, what the members of chorus and drama build up to every year, KALEIDESCOPEIIII! This annual event allows the students to display their talents in both singing and acting. ff' if Above: Allan Spee finds his role boring and falls asleep. Below: Kelly Jackson holds a note for five minutes before collapsing. ml Q l, 64 DramafChoruS Row If Kristine Karipedes, Jackie Osborne, Teresa Gutierrez, Melinda Smith, Kellie McAllister. Sanja Basic. Row 2: Heather Daniels, Martha Diaz, Irene Hernandez, Margarita Rosales, Maria Estacio, Allan Spee, Judy Hsu. Row 3: Clea Karipides, Tina, Michelle Colee, Mutsko Sala, Amy Provence, Julie Castro, Lisa O'Neill, Rose Ann Virzi, Lynda Hopkins. Row 4: Grace Schwemmer. Andy Wagner, Emily Wong, Kelly Jackson, Sandra Coria, Liz Hebgan, Eric Oberholtzer, David Quinones, John Delany, Jennifer Dakan, Katie Carlson. Above: Samphone Phongsa, a friend, and Kim Phongsa all cuddle up to stay warm for the long car ride ahead. Below: Michael Park doesn't feel threatened at all by the fist being flashed in his face. 4 Row If Michael Park, Lulu Fou. Amanda Fox, Jocelyn Hsieh, Sha Ying Cheng, Patty Mac, Ray Dimacali. Row 2: Micki Ly, Christine Mac, Ms. Charlene Lew, Mrs. Margaret Lopez. Victor Gallardo, Huy Trinh. Kim Phongsa. Row 3: Junus Halim, Jimmy Sun, Janet Yang. Louisa Tong, Fadjar Oei, Nikki Takarabe, Emily Wong, Jenny Chang, Hoan Do. Row 4: Advisor Mr. Jim Hsu. Nam Luu, Wen-Sheng Zhu, Byung-Hak Cho, Warren Ke, Danny Sun, Richard Tong. David DeLeon, Johnathon DeLeon. William Han, Suthala Sayphraraj, Somphone Phongsa. Making Themselves at Home Asian students new to Blair as well as America, felt at home at Blair with the help of the East-West club. The aim of the club was to help Orientals who just came from another country get used to their new surroundings. Fortune cookie and Almond cookie sales early in the year brought much attention to the club. During Thanksgiving weekend the club went on an overnight camping trip, organized by club presidents, Lulu Fou and Eleazar Vita. The trip was enjoyed immensely by all members. Later in the year, they went to the beach, bowling, and even had lunch in Chinatown. All members enjoyed each others com- pany, activities, and time spent together. East-West 6'9 All the Right Moves This year's Gaming Club was undoubt- edly the most productive it has ever been. Under the direction of Mr. Charles Lamb this elite group of students met everyday during their lunch hour to match their wits. Among the games played at the meet- ings were Traveller, Star Frontiers, Time Quest, Whopper Wars, and Squad Leader, that's only naming a few. The games they played included nearly every game in ex- istence. According to one of the club members, one of the aims of the club was, "To find the mystery of the universe" Cwhy Blair's cafeteria food is so noxiousj. .-ve' 66 Gaming .Aim ,,,,. Far above: Kevin Lauderdale finds a new use for a Star Trek game piece. Ab - ' ' ove. Andy Wagner finds little amusement in the fact that he's lost four straight games. Row I: Mike LeFlore. Row 2. Kevin Lauderdale, Randall Jack- son, Pam Schoonhaven, Seana Boyd, Scott Procter. Row 3. Chris Knaubeur. Chris Crowder, Robert Evans, Henry Willis. - ,e -:nf , . ni QE! ,M ,fx KN XX: .,.f"""'h-1 What Characters! r Mr. Jerry Garden Throughout the yea led his small but successful band of car- ' 'on. toonists in a quest for recognltl The purpose of the club was to further the students' interests and develop their skills in cartooning. They achieved both goals by successfully producing amusing and professional looking cartoons for the school newspaper, the North Star. ln fact. ' h work was considered good enoug some by Mr. Garden to be submitted to Pasa- dena's local newspaper, the Star News. Each member had their own unique ap- proach to cartooning and everyone ob- ' b d some degree of personal gain y being a part of this club. taine ff, is ,hw CMH? T0 DlWtE,Z, 4. .fffxm Ham M90 K MU57' E0 . ' f another cartoon during another Above: Liz Tremblay has an inspiration or boring lecture. Topt "Man who came to dinner must go." A cartoon by Leticia Lara. Right: Row lf Lulu Fox, Leticia Lara. Row 2: Mr. Garden, Judi Hsu. Row 3: Cesar Nu fio, Elizabeth Tremblay. Cartooning 67 Food-A Cultural Experience Through the Spanish club, headed by Dr. Battaglia, Hispanic culture was learned and enjoyed by all students. The club discovered the best aspects of Span- ish and Mexican-American life through cultural, historic and gourmet events. Food, being one of the most important and inviting parts of learning the culture, was enjoyed at many of the Mexican res- taurants in Pasadena. A fun time was had by all when the group went to Olvera Street to enjoy the exciting atmosphere of an authentic Mexican street scene. Each member enjoyed one another and the activities that were arranged. The Spanish club at Blair was once again a great success! Below right: Dr. Battaglia covers up the indigestion from last night's Casa Maria party with a smile. Right: Sheri Castro carries on a conversation in Span- ish, but Kelly Jackson doesn't understand a word. Spanish Row I: Louis Khan, Lulu Fou, Joannie Virzi. Miki Ly, Niki Takarabe, Eleadon Vita. Row 2: Kristen Karipideo, Lisa Nelez, Kevin Mills, Amanda Fox, Yiota Regopoulos, Mr. Jack Battaglia. Row 3: Jackie Osborne, Frank Renzullo. Julie Lyne, Sheri Castro, Harold Hurtato. 2 2 1 K , Above. There's a big prize for the person who can put on the funniest face. Below: Gricelda Amezquita smiles sweetly at a friend. New Club Gains Support. A new group on campus, the Latin Agers, captured the attention of the stu- dent body. The main purpose of the club was to raise money for scholarships for eligible Latino students. The club had many activities, including trips to Disneyland, Magic Mountain, Ol- vera Street, and Catalina Island, Fun- draisers included a candy sale, a candy apple sale, and a car wash. These activi- ties were successful in raising the money needed to fund scholarships. The club looks forward to continuing for many years and hopes that its efforts will result in enriching education for the Latino students. Row I: Dora Gardea, Carmen Hererra, Zoila Herrra, Romelia Sanchez. Row 2: Mr. Mario Gallo, Maria Her- nandez, Maria Monie, Marianna Martinez, German Hererra, Ruben Garcia. Row 3: Chris Vignati, Fidek Hernandez, Marcelino Sanchez, Maria de Casas, Fer- nando Medina, Ada Romero. Latin Agers 69 A Handful of Fun Among the more unique groups at Blair was the Sign Language Club. All interested students joined Ms. Fleischer in learning the art of sign language because they be- lieve it is important and helpful to be able to communicate with the deaf. Everyone met during lunchtime every- day to learn sign language and to watch closed captioned films which they all en- joyed. 70 Sign Language 1 f I . Row If Elaine Vilhauer, Mai La. Row 2: Trina Gitchuway, Marlon Torres, Deirdre Benn, Yolanda Woods Row 3: Francine Dureber , Fred S " ' ' Robin Howell. N bi Above: One member explains War and Peace to another member, Ci Fleischer is not dancing. she's talking to her class. g evallan, Damon Powell. Terry Howell. Advisor Vera Fleischer. Row 4 A n sign languagej. Left: No, Ms K Row I Leticia Lara, Rita Khalaf. Elizabeth Morgan. Row 2: Maral Gourdikian, Annick Downhower, Theresa Oghoorian, Linda Hopkins, Elizabeth Trembley. Row 3: Tommy Blair, Elke Kostelac. Advisor Ms Downhower, Judy Hsu. 1 jj j ,ffvgtw-.2 j,jf5:f1 . ,Il , 1 I ' .,,,A,. ,,, -pt f 4' .s.l -f il: ff A 4 L- .3 , 4 f f + , 23: ff,cfff5wi2?i' 1? , 49,1 Jy a u l p . lx 'u i l M ,, si 1 ... I . , .Ne N . l . . 0 lt, M I Q: "iii-H" ll 2 fr. . ., 'F 'pa- "fT,fN:f? Q" , f ' f ' 'ihiff .. " ' I V. V - W . ' '7f?43lf4-if HW A ican Smoke-Out". Right: Judy Hsu gets D hower gets all wrapped up in the "Great mer Above Ms own ' ' A d of "Adventures at Blair High School." in position to film the first episo e Budding Movie Buffs The Film Fan Club met occasionally with Ms. Downhower and Mrs. Russell to men- tally and socially enjoy quality films to- gether. Among the films they saw were "Star- struck," "Rear Window," and "Fannie and Alexander." Other activities included a pleasant visit to the Barnstall Art Museum. The club chose some unique and beauti- ful designs for buttons which they sold in October. This project proved to be a very prosperous one. Their major activity for the year was to sponsor the "Great American Smoke-Out. They showed a film about smoking and passed around pamphlets. An idea, which was very popular with the student body, was to rent videos and view them after school. lt was activities like this that made the Film Fan Club one of the most enjoyable. Film Fan 7l 9- Swiftness on the Snowy Slopes During the Spring break of l984, stu- dents of Blair took to the slopes of the picturesque mountain area of Creste Butte in Colorado. ln preparation for this exciting annual trip, the large and eager group of eighty students had helpful dem- onstrations on the use and care of equip- ment and ski safety. Ski films were an en- joyable part of the program. ln November, the club went to see Warren Miller's fea- ture length film, "Ski Time" at the Shrine Auditorium, for the benefit of the Handi- capped Skiers Foundation of California. The ski trip itself was very successful. Everyone went skiing during the day, re- turning in the afternoon or early evening to their comfortable and semi luxurious suites. Six to eight people accommodated a suite and shared a common cooking fa- cility. The trip was aimed at providing an op- portunity for students to enjoy the com- pany of other students through the sport of skiing. The trip was not only exciting and ex- hilarating, but it was also a great way of keeping fit, a much needed benefit during a week which centered around eating as much as skiing. Row I: Katie Carlson, Roger Janson, Neal Anderson, Mark Kramer, Shoshi Buge, Michelle Wopshall. Alex Palmer, Elke Kostelac, Sandra Cramer, Leslie Concholar. Row 2: David Ochoa, Chris Brandt, Greg Hurst, Tracy Thorton, Melissa Goodell, Stacy Wales, Margot McBath, Tracy Scarborough, Pam Kennedy, Ann Griffith, Amy Savoie, Sophie Monteroso. Row 3, Garnett Johnson, Ann Wilson, Gabby Sims, Pili Goddard, Jen Dakan, Lisa O'Neill, Emily Savoie, Sheri Parker, Veronica Ramirez, Scott Bass, Mindy Lewis, Annie Kikuchi, Dee Wilson, Dianna Lau, Ken Lake, Nanci Cook. Row 4: Matt Inman, Chris Callton, Mike Kenyon, lvan Zawinal, Ain Cocke, Michelle Dakan, Kristen Knudsen, Jeff Husrt. Jason Cardonne, Alan Spee, Ed Vita, Rosanne Virzi, Liz Carlson. Row 5, Roger Krieg John Maisterra, Joe Begaard, Paul Bodenshot, Brad Pickering, Kevin Turk, Leanne Robertson. Monique Kirkorian, Jennifer Gordon, Barbara Davis, Ms. Jane Wyckoff. Row 6: Erika Solis, Mitsuko Sata. Doug Galindo, Jima lkegawa, Monica Gonzales. l2L.,,. 72 Ski , ,fn-525' 'A i 2Jr?'23' ' gfexw ' Above: Ted Stokes loses himself in a forest of skis. Above right: Five cool dudes group for the apres Cafterj - ski entertainment. Right: "It's too late now to discover you suffer from vertigo," exclaims Kevin Turk. Pressing for details Under the direction of Ms. Virginia Ber- retini, the newspaper staff provided Blair with one of its most informative sources of student life on the Blair Campus, the North Star. The newspaper provided Blair students with up-to-date school issues, student life, sports, editorials, movie reviews, con- tests, puzzles and even a personal advice column. In addition to writing responsibilities, fundraisers, such as candy and cookie sales, proved to be a necessity in support- ing the newspaper. Some returning writers took supple- mentary courses to enhance their journal- ism, and indeed the results were favor- able. ln addition to the regular issues, a liter- ary magazine was compiled under the di- rection of Ms. Berretini and co-editor Lena Masri. The journal included articles and stories written by various contribut- ing student writers. The North Star staff wrote off yet an- other successful year. 74 North Star Row I: Lena Masri, Hassan Carroll, Sandra Kramer. Row 2: Toni Alva, Lynette Williams, Elizabeth Tremblay, Monique Craft. Ms. Berretini, Nancy De Jour. Row 3: Cesar Nufio, Vaughn "Tiny" Rex, Jennifer Chalew. Randal Jackson, Randy Hurst. Aw. 'ir ,J , x gy, ,L V, , -' gjf.,y3fig"g2,f,,, ' , 4 X Above: Hassan Carrolll Stop looking at the photographers legs and get on with your workl Left: Ms. Berretini takes time out from her busy schedule to smile at the photographer. e T Above: Row I: Andrea Ellison, Teresa White, Diane Jones, Mrs. Brookins. Row 2: Becky Johnson, Danaka Lee, Pam Teasley, Lisa Rivers, Tonya Barnes. Row 3: Brandon Bowlin, Derek James, Marcus Dawson, Byron Bolton. Jose Kalil, Zina Abram. Balloons, Success and Understanding The members of the Black Students Union this year were some of the most active Blair has seen. Mrs. Phyllis Broo- kins helped organize many fundraisers during the year. ln sunny October they held a very successful Halloween Balloon Gram sale. Qn Halloween day the black and orange balloons were to be seen brightly bobbing around Blair in the hands of many students. Thanksgiving was also a successful time for raising money. A Can Food Drive was held which proved to be very popular with everyone as it involved foodl The mail service, put on for Valentine's .K ,, ,-, , - 1 'I . gif as .. .. ..... ,, ,V-Wm,,:,ff ., - tj wx-..,, f 3 Right: B.S.U.'s successful Balloon Gram Sale. Above: Eric Bland dreams of the good time he is going to : have at the B.S.U. Halloween dance. fl Day, played cupid for many couples and touched the hearts of all sentimentalists. Probably one of the most important and exciting days for the B.S.U. was the annual celebration of Martin Luther King Day. Through these enjoyable activities in which not only the B.S.U. was involved but the whole school, the promotion of black awareness was accomplished. -fav B.S .U l Council Creates Club Spirit This year's lnter Club Council continued to be successful with the help of presi- dents Anthony Cole and Kelly Jackson. The objective of the club was to provide better communication between A.S.B. and the club members. Attendance was low at several meetings but the productivity was not limited. The club is still new to Blair and many changes and improvements are being made. Right: Pucker up, Kelly, for all your fans. Below right: Shelly and Brian soak up the sun instead of going to a meeting. Row ls Katya Armistead, Lulu Fou, Lisa O'Neill. Row 2. Shelly Serrurier, Emily Wong, Liz Hebgan, Julie Castro. Row 3: Sandy Coria, Kelly Jackson, Brian Stevens, David Quinones, Mindy Lewis. . lf. Hliritingwl 76 l,C.C. Nikki Taka o. Row 2: Mike Leflore, Row I: Robert Evans, Chris Knabenbauer. Hoan D rabe. Eleazar Vita, Judy Hsu. Row 3: Brian Saylor, Fadjar Oei, John Stoje, David Deleon, Jonathan Deleon. N X NNNWA4 ,ff lvl gp 45, ,-.,. efi wg., 0. nmhyt t B.A.S.I.C. Learning A new and exciting club joined the di- verse family of clubs at Blair this year - the Computer Club. The club was headed by Mr. Sam Mc- Donald. Members were taught the basic mechanics needed to operate a computer. Beginning computer users learned intro- ductory computer graphics using fur- nished software such as BASIC. Others went on to more advanced computer Ian- guages such as FORTRAN, COBOL, and PASCAL. Members experienced marvelous and entertaining graphics by creating three- dimensional graphics of intricate geomet- rical form. All met daily after school to play various games and work on their personal pro- grams and most of all, to have fun on the tool of the future. Left: A bunch of computer fanatics gather around to exchange video experiences. Below leftt Nikki Ta- karabe studies a program for a Video game. Computer 77 Q imfgy 5x Egx 1359? -x S3 K-W5Q+0+5"3b5QS- 5 ' Fl' SQ-xgiggg' Siiwxi P16 fi' 2 3 5 E 3+g2Q 5 Ev Q? EQEQSNQQEQQQQQQES 3- Egg QfN-igcsvf-S551 R53q52,g,i QQ? bm Q 53125532 Practicggg Eg59QS65l-355532 Ssfli-2"P?5?'iW E'5??F5sJ?Jq5'g:,L-H if isgiimgg-5-EE? 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The team consisted of four players returning from last years Varsity team, four from last years Junior Varsity team, and three brand new players. Out- standing team members included lsaura Perez, Kim Johnson, Michelle Calloway, and the youngest, Joanie Virzi, who was only a sophomore. Ms. McCummins feels that this years experience will help con- tribute tothe strength of next years team. Coach Herb Cohen took pride in his .Iu- nior Varsity Volleyball team's winning season. With their great skill and spirit, they won the intercity championships for the third consecutive year. Their season overall, had eleven wins and four losses. Starting players, lrene Hernandez, Esmer- elda Bugarin, Ada Romero, Kim Rodriguez. Beatrix Galavan, and Leticia Ornelas, con- tributed a great deal to the team's suc- cess. The continuation of these players promises both a strong J.V. and Varsity team in the years to come. i 80 Volleyball x Top. VARSITY TEAMQ Front: Renee Ellison. Angie Duarte, Silvia Agular, Betina Gonzalez, Ann Kikuchi. Back: Anna Amaral, lsaura Perez. Michelle Calloway, Joanie Virzi, Aileen Galindo, Coach Pat McCummins. Above: The Varsity Volleyball team takes time out to pose for a picture. Right: An ace serve has been launched by Betina Gonzalez. i "E W 1-H3-1 ,- v-44' ' nnsvh e. E . vlllllql 2 I 5 , di 'Q JH I -4 w 2 Z i . ,.,,, fs? . Q ,Q 2 i I VIV' ,,,,, y y l " 0 I ' ' , I , 3-4" 'l'7' I 1 "f W' I' 'Y-Zlij f ,, - .4 + " I tffih 5. fi- Z .5 , I --W" , .' ,ww My V, ,V ,V, , . L' , A1 gb. r M- ,- Varsity I .I. Varsity i '3 .flhil , , nlharsq 'o it R2 ' "' Grate' ppel OW Inin ,Hgh Blair , o ws o ,lg ' o 2 3 lr . , t. View JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM Front Row: Reza Galindo, Suzie Butler, Caste- Iia Bugarin, Olga Castaneda, Kristen Knudsen. Middle Row: Kim Rodriguez, Beatrix Galavan. Leticia Ornelas, Narcisa Mundo, Irene Her- nandez, Jill Saurenman. Back Row: Felicia Val- dez. Jenny Aebersole, Pat Sanchez, Esmer- elda Bugarin. Elia Terriquez, Dianne Cramer. Maria Chico. Ada Romeo, Coach Herb Cohen. ABOVE: With all her might. Kim Johnson reaches to block the ball hit over by the La Canada team. BELOW: The rest of the J.V. team watches in amazement as Reza Galindo exhibits her ability to hit the ball backwards. Volleyball 8l Blafl' he L4 Tennis Swings with tyle A disappointing season did not ruin this year's tennis team's spirit. Varsity coach, Gail Deforest, worked hard keeping the team together and their stride up. The biggest problem was the scarcity of play- ers available on the team. This did not keep the strong players from shining. Ce- cilia Younger and Katie Carlson worked hard on their double strategies, which al- lowed them to win several sets. Laurie O'Neill played number one singles and will be a leader of the team next year along with Julie Castro and Emily Wong who have improved tremendously. Junior Varsity, coached by Chuck Lamb, lost many experienced players this year and gained several new players. Sen- iors, Dianna Lau and Nanci Cook, with their dedication, showed the team what it takes to win.'lEven though the season was . Hua' 4 K N .. l .fe f 5 i I ,ffgj ir' V' ' 2, ' ffl ' , --s 2. Top right: Pili grunts and twists after returning a tough serve. Top left. Someone asked Martha how her match went. Middle right: Julie and Lisa are amazed the ball went over the net. Middle: Laurie is practicing her stance and not paying attention to her game. Far left: Laura - exhaust- ed after wrestling the boys' tennis team for the courts. Bottom right: Katie practices the new dance craze on the courts. Bottom left: Monica is concentrating on the tennis ball. Q..-1 53. A -1 1 , off not as good as expected, the players had a terrific time playing and their sportsman- ship and togetherness was sure to have been envied by their opponents. ' 7, ,il 'Q' Q Q 5 2 i ,J " ,.,, .,,,,, ,, fn fi., at get 82 Tennis 5 J x 5, A ,f ,,, g u vi I'll ,Q .ufun l' Q M Above right: "Get out of the way Barbara, this is my picture," says Michelle Dakan. Above left: Dorsey continues to watch the ball as it continues to go up. Above right to left: Front Row: lldiko Pentek, Christine Miele, Amy Savoie, Laura Chan, Cecilia Younger, Anne Esbenshade. Mid- dle Row: Julie Castro, Sophie Monteroso, Lisa Blinkenberg, Dianna Lau, Nanci Cook. Darcey Estes, Barbara Davis. Lizzie Carlson. Back Row: Mr. Chuck Lamb, Emily Wong, Gabby Sims, Amy Provence. Martha Conner, Michelle Dakan, Pili Goddard, Katie Carlson, Mrs. Gail DeForest. Tennis 83 O bas etball Dribble It Pass It Make That Basket Headed by Brian Biery, this year's var- sity basketball team performed with dedi- cation ancl pride against powerful league opponents. Though lacking in size and ap- pearance,thetean1connnuedto dotheh best untH the end of the season. Each game lost was by a small margin, Some outstanding players included Misty Tol- bertandSusanSanderson,whoarebothaH league, Wynette Graham and Nadirah Scott. Brian Biery feels the girls did their bestand he doesni have a Qngk Conv phinn The junior varsity team, consisting of entirely new players, was forced to work harder and give each other alot of sup- port The teaniproduced generaHy good players which coach Julie Yamane thinks will be future varsity players. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Karen Arnold. Cynthia Canty, Terri Butler. Darrelyn Watson. Second Row: Julie Yamane, Debbie Smith, Kindra Henderson, Doretha Jackson, Melissa Campbell, 84 Basketball 4l 50 56 34 South Pasadena San Marino Monrovia City i,Q'1i'5- anatfa' ' h Pa ' na Top Left. "Hey, where did the basket go?", asks Debbie Smith. Top Right: Fame, l'm going to live for- ever! , ,f ,M ,.,, ,.,. MA, S a 6 E? Top Left: "Excuse me, will you please get this Buffalo out of my way?", says Misty Tolbert. Middle: When Julie Yamane sings, coach Brian Biery listens. Top Right: Julie Yamane singing the Star Spangled Banner at the opening of the game, Middle Left: Pam Dugan wonders who pulled the chair out from under her, Middle Right: "Help, the basketball is stuck to my hand!" VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Pam Dugan, Misty Tolbert, Susan Sander- son, Wynelte Graham, Nichell Greer. Second Row: Brian Biery, Nadera Scott, Lola Hill, Lori Brown, So- nya Lewis. Basketball 85 f 0 JK RUNNER THEIR ARKS! This year track team flourished with talented players. Many new players that joined the team were overwhelmed by the rigorous and stressful workouts. Their hard work and dedication at practices lead them to a successful season. Because of the large quantity of girls, illness and injuries did not harm the team as in prior years. The 440 Relay team, usu- ally the strongest event, consisted of Jac- quelin Williams, Tracey Taylor, Kindra Henderson and Anna Amaral. Tracy Tay- lor and Anna Amaral made spectacular wins in the hurdles and sprints. Seniors Karen Baldeschwieler and Katya Armis- tead showed their endurance in the dis- tance events giving the team an extra edge. The experience and ability of the run- , ners gave the team an exceptionally good record, making coach Gail Deforest proud. 1 im.-52?z9Q2?bm42K Qaedzgag4lWf,e3-M. ,i,'i sw Top: Guillermi Correa and Norma Vasquez run easy after already laping the other opponents. Middle Left: Maria Cervantes strides smiling because she's only got three laps to go. Middle Right: Cece Younger pretends to be a bird and flies into the sand pit. Bottom Left: Jacquelyn Baldwin leaps to victory in the long jump. Bottom Right: Anna Amaral speedily crosses the finish line after someone put ice down her shirt. 86 Track "Eh MIM 'f ' ' , f in ' V ' T Jw' . , '1?e'WiW .. , , -',,.,',3 - '1,,,.,' .iifwiijygg-.3er5vwr4,,2"' 'Mrs,"' fm',f1'1'v , . f V f J' ff - 1 ,f -r ., -, 'sag -" . ': yW t'i '74g,' f .fi , 1 ef'-6,21 i . ... , A, ,M V .... , ,WM-wg X- H - my 11 sn , ,V-' . my 'vw '.-. .f'-1.":f4a:':n.w.,,g Nfl", A 4 Wfm, . M uv. 1- Lim.-. GlRL'S TRACK TEAM First Row: Katya Armistead, Cecilia Younger, Norma Vasquez, Guillermi Correa, Maria Cer- vantes. Jacquelyn Baldwin, Carmen Cushman. SecondRow: Kim Taylor, Leslie Venerable, Ro- chelle Ellis, Shelia Foster, Kimberly Byrd, Tra- cey Taylor, Leslie Hall, Holly Smith, Sophie Yen. Thirdkow: Robin Martin, Kindra Hender- son, Annette Johnson, Jacquelin Williams. Heather Daniels, Mindy Lewis. Anna Amaral. Mrs. Gail Deforest. Top: Robin Martin and Katya Armistead get ready to tackle some boys on the track. Mid- die: Tracey Taylor gracefully glides over the hurdle trying to make it to class on time. Blair City L ' Blair Pasadena L Blair La Canada L Blair San Marino L '2 , A -,,. - ,Y-A Track 87 4 Girls Softball is a Big Hit! This years young and energetic team kept up the softball spirit by training hard and playing well in their games. Coach Jane Wyckoff was pleased with her team because they executed Sports- manship and teamwork. Her skillful coaching and encouragement became a winning combination. Gutstanding players included: Michelle Calloway, team captain, and Laurie Brown, an excellent base runner. Martha Conner, the pitcher, was also much improved from last year. Among the many games that were played, San Marino was noted to be one of the toughest. Despite rough competition all through the season Blair always did well. The young team improved but they hope to continue to excell as time goes on. Future success in the league is a definate goal. 88 Softball Top Left: Shiela Hall bows after a terrific catch. Top right. Robin Adams strikes a stunning pose. Middle left: Julie Castro Prays for rain. Bottom left: Jackie Griffith bunny hops after the ball. Bottom right: Tammy Tanner successfully catches a ground ball. -V ,,,,......., -V Q. Q.- - .-:- 3.16- ..,-.1-effK." -. --N - -.,-,xv - .,. '-I , --, h' V- Y - 'figs .JS x,.-'-,-J. N. I 'W at AY .. .. ,- B ' Y--nl 'V---J "" Q, - w- ., '-1:1 . ' , :. , - 'ffi.:,-...' 25' 3 '11-'-"'-1fTelY ,- . , , - as , 5- nn ?'g'l',,, X ..' ., ,fl - jr-'x'....-'1'j'. 55, - ,N,,-OT! F -A . A.. Ag.-M-g .- -s , - h ' a-xj Q ,, . i -. x M-s.. B -J.:--alwggsg'-riff..-. K . s9x1 at .swf 'k':- A -.--- -2. - .. i L: - ".S ., . "' A .Q A . "'r A' , -1' ' " J .-...K -14 v-'gag an N, N:',,,:.v ,R- - a 1 F? ' .au -..,, -- 'fi-LK? -'4 .L V Q - - - . -in IQ , .. msc- ... -. -+- kv'-":wUllun,,,, ' ' g , H M., .f ,....,.f., ,, ' ,. 1, L .I V Tl- ' .N,.?.n.e.x,Z:f. " ,AV A W , 4-W 2-23 2-28 I: :Z it .. 7 7 l mg Q. i M , 5, 3 Q., ., V 5 . .. " V, I . , .. . ' Q Q ,u 'U l K' f '4 ' J 3 i 5 1 yx f , He , 'J ' r e A were , V ,E -V 3-6 gin , . ' ' ' 3-6 ' , a . WM- L - ' Qfifhere V4 1 J ,s-no H, E W 3-30 'San Herivi' I y ,, M .,..,. .. ff V4-ll X Blair There , V T54-I8 y Blair L There ' 'V 4-zo Blail? s HerJ1e,g'2 4-24 Blair Monrovia The' ' Bottom Left: Laurie Brown hits another home run. Middle: Sharon Davila takes a splintering strike at the ball for a home run. L4 21,2 5 7 4 Her r 7' H Bl - ' ,ii u 1. ,l y "5 SQ B , ' L' 512, ' ,E . A H f N A34 ' 1. . , 'f if Th W5 ' A ,'Bla r ' -I -- , V Front Row: Robin Adams. Jacquelin Griffith. Sharon Hall. Tammy Tanner. Elyce Thomas, Julie Castro. Back Row: Cherry White, Dee Willis, Darcy Estes, Laurie Brown, Sharon Davila, Shiela Hall, Doretha Jackson, Martha Conner, Missy Miele, Liz Hebgen, Ms. Jane Wyckoff. Softball 89 '29 A "Splashing" eason! swimming The girls swim team showed their strength and determination through a successfull record this season. The team members, mostly newcomers, spent many hours of hard work with coach Pat McCummins to build the endurance and skill necessary to be competitive. The outstanding swimmers included Emily Wade in freestyle, Leanne Robert- son in breast, Yanina Gallardo in butterfly, and Nikki Takarabi in back. These four girls were the force behind a winning re- lay team. Their first win was a 76 to 62 victory over Cresenta Valley helping to give them a motivating force to finish a strong sea- son. Throughout the season, their tough- est competitors were the San Marino and Arcadia teams. The skill and experience that the team has gained this year will help to make a strong base for next years team. . 1'?f1 pf 4- 'f.,", - . , 'WH-x..f. M . by N, ., Q ' -,,. pgyty LN-1.2 , 4' -, -v ?"i92'..Qx f- " ' 'rw -' - Er "K, . ' ' " ' 0' . , 4-.QI:'L- " 115' 'L 1 ' ff. . . f ,:-H1 nr, . , Tn , .- Mu XR ,why .A W wJ.i-Zjigiil-Q V.: ,L .., - L 4 , . W. ' G-'ii ,Z -' i7.?:' i , "if 'Til 74:4 my - 1, ' -. 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Leag eff' -fXPrelims ' Tap Right: Melissa Goodell thinks to herself,"Look at me, I'm even beauti- ' 4 "N -B ' " ' , an Rio Hon y iea e V. als-'L V ful in the waterl" Middle Left, Sophie Monteroso displays her ability to f ' . t yn' ,' y swim the fly. Bottom Right: Michelle Dakan wishes there was a way to get ' 5 ,f V- a tan in the water. - - " ' fmt, . 90 Swimming ,r -L ww , . -5, - np-,, . M, 4 n.,,.n , f""" fi-aff . UH' ' - , ,,, --f, v..m, , , ,Q fn . M-- 1-. ,, ..'--.91 L' 'yffi' '-'S' ng, .1 ,, if fi - is-Tsai,-H. , Q , N . able ,g11f'r::.'+-as-,..f+,,.,,,"""'. ,M 2"-A-an "Q-3--.Mg f-ajigf 'Hap-272:-fgl'ss'eff 1JfW'1:?1'L?f -1:1-3 7' ' we Ifawtap J 'EHS . ..- ,' -f - f' -fi-vv N W.. . 3-f':'1.,.., L ma. , 'A-N-, Wt J fa,z.,4f,,,.,i.,,m1-iasqlqgf. ,f,,s-if . -- A. -il fe .-M.--,V Q- ,.-y,,f , , - - - + - - 5, f gf?f-.r-.JP-LTQ:-,f-Q'-,.,!'f'.1f?:2, Ln: --' j.. 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Michelle Pam Schoonhoven, Julie Lyne, Judy Hsu, Amy Savoie. Barbara Davis, Lizzie Carlson. Third Row: Melissa Goodell, Sanja Basic, Kimberly Goff. Melissa Beauchamp. Elisa Moye. Anita Tedhams. Sophie Monteroso, Rose Ann Virzi, Tracie Scarborogh, Stacey Wales. Swimming 9l Y M44 t 1 92 Sports 'bu NW' K' Y' ww .if V1. A , A A,. X , , A V W ,, r 4 M . I 9 Q f If --msn , if ' uqhv ., , .gfmiiykxn , ,nf ' 'M f I W I . ' M 4. ' y , ,aj Qf f yd' " . :V rf ' .V fx ,jj,,ffi,3.i:x4f A f' Q, I 'ff' f fm. , " I 1' " 'xi' ' Zif f, ' ' 5 f ,, , W 4 I , r H I f va A ' Qin., 11' ' ' Gil ,if ,f f I, ,H J H I If f A M W f 1' fp Lf M " 4 hw rw 1, -,,f' X 4 1 ' 1 x M kv,wXXYsk W7 J I' 3 1 I A ,W fl YK.--' 0 V V x. 1 1 N Jm"'fV7w.x1 1 I 1 r 3 I VX.. Q ,1-n-M.. I 'S ...K . 1. -zxfx X B f fax' - 3 . iv, M. X , ,wen ff' Q lv.:- -A -il 1' Q-,. ..,. in af- my iv .n .1 - .H- '1QfN'9? -.. W -r. W f ,-,T N 1'J"A ' 1 f 14.1 , 1 'N ,f fu 1, MMG .4-, 1 ' 'f 1 I. J .,,l, ,I . 5 1 1 1 ,. .1' ' -1' 1 ' J 1L,, v. J 1. f 1 x ,lf V I ., 1 1 ' 1 1 k,. Sports 93 Vikings Fight for a Winning Season Thw yeafs VarytyfootbaHtean1once again fought its way to a winning season. UndertheduecnonofCoachFkrbRobm- son and assistant coaches Ben Steelhead, Gerald Scholes, and Lou Riley. The Vikings con1pHed a 6-5 record and reached yet another C.LF.berth. The preseason began with a 34-8 rout over Smesmn Phgh School The Vihngs went on to defeat Bonita I4-O and Hoover 35-I7, After a week of tough preparation, Blair faced cross-town rival, Muir High School. The loss of two major players, through injury, made it obvious the Vi- kings were not at full strength. The game was aseesaw batde asthelead changed back and forth. The Mustangs eventually won 25-20, on their final series of downs. The players emotions were lowered after the loss, and the following week the Vi- kings lost to Redondo Union 22-2l, on the last play of the game. The Vikings showed an uncanny ability to overcome their losses as they opened the league play with a 22-7 victory over La Canada. Blair then went on to face a high- ly ranked Temple City team. The game was tied 7-7, but the Rams took advantage of Blair penalties as they went to win 2l-7. The Vikings faced a tough San AAaHno squad the following week. They did not let penahiesgetthebestofthen1thisthne,as they were only charged with 2 the entire game. Blair also displayed great running and pasmng quahnes asthey won 2L6 Blair's only other league loss came to the Rio Hondo Champions, Monrovia High Schoolln then fmalleague game and Homecoming, Blair defeated South Pasa- dena I8-6. The win took a C,l.F. berth from South Pasadena,and gave Bhh'a thud place spot in the league standings. The Vikings were once again jinxed as they lost to a tough Canyon High School tean14L2O. Next years teanilooks very pronusing as the Vikings will have 26 players with VardtyexpeHenceretunnng.CoachRob- insonhopestoproducenotomytheleague champions, but the C,l.F. Champions as wel 94 Football PAS BLAIR 7 CANYON , 4l Above right: Quarterback Sam Harris is helped off the field by teammate Brandon Bowlin. Below left: David Crockom turns up field for 6 more points. ,i " ' , if W "' x 1, 'r ,, L . it-9 if' ,- if 1 . I ,Y", ' it Wg? u f V 3 is , i -Qt., S vi --2 .f , . ' 5. ' , A i. , sn A ' 1 ,al Below left: David Windham takes a trip to "Tide Country." Far below: Linebacker Chris Robinson sacks his Mustang Meat. ,.,,g. . u g , Row I, A. Cole, J. Cetina, D. Austin-Jones, S. Harris. R Coffey, D. Gooch, D. Crockom. Row 2: T. Gholar. D Galindo, C, Acuna, B. Bolton, D. Crutcher, F. Erwin, R Barnett. S. Jefferies. Row 3: B. Bowlin, M. Surya, C Robinson, C. Boswell, D, Williams, B. Aebersold, D. Harvey, H. Carroll. Row 4: J, Novo, M. Leflore O Below: Quarterback Sam Harris - looks to the sideline for the play. football 1-SE .f Q- l' at ir . Coaches Ben Steelhead. Gerald Scholes, Herb Robin- . son, Lou Riley, T. Vradenburg, T. Pittman, K, if ' . Crockom. Row 5: M. Kenyon, B. Smith, M. Turner, H, Q' . Johnson. T. Mack, J. Rediford, P. Bodenshot, R. Trip- plet, B. Rife, D. Windham, R. Krieg. r,Ll . iz, :Z -f-11vL.'- " V .-,Ma M ' ' Q .,, - - '- 4: .. 13, , ,, ' uf . 1 , - Y , . 5-' Y A - ,J1--1 " ' e - -'L 1 ,.cH.N.-wk. ' .- rlfrasl -vie ,-Q 41-. -wr.. . .,, ,-I .. s.. r , inflfgq-A N. s.. 'fzflpm ' A:-23, '?" 1 .,.., f. A-AJt -M-. ,V.. 5 ,Jf.,, , M-,fgv.' is.: . of-.,a fa, Far above, Harry Johnson runs behind blocks by By- ron Bolton and Brandon Bowlin. Above: Co-captains Harry Johnson and David Crockom await the call. Far above. David Crockom powers through the mighty Viking line. Abuve. All league lineman Scott Jefferies sets up with Mike LeFlore. FootbaH 95 Yj,Q 1 Gif ' uv 69"- 97" 1 . , ' in M, X , V , -,Q J' V I I .lv 1' f, .A 4 ' ' uv. ll ff wus. m-4-'50 sl ' + 'We 4- I , ,t 1 W -, .V , i lr' 'W' I , Z W ,, qt nv ,A ,, , V wh. .N ag Jw' 'T' , A ,I vi, "ff, .,. 4,7 , "" Q is ,fo ' -J , 1 ,g f'fl"' . .. -- ggi' - I . 1... - f. -Bti-, ,., Q, ,gpg 'tgmgxr ,fmt 11 f- ,, ., . -., ' ' 3 , awqii ,V 4-A . a v V ' '-7. -.,, ' u""1', ff 'rv A L Q ,Al ., .f-1 V ,f 1 ' ' f "" "' 'WMF mf-lg ' 5 41, .ew ,fav-1 'S A . ' gf ' -f X 1 .i ,--tt.,-w , 5 4 "fs, '3,.,-sf 'A u- Q.,q,.,, ,, ' " . I, Q., we ,I ' ' vu... 75.5, -M .-4, 1 , , , .. Above: All League lineman Jose Novo psychs himself up before the game. Below: Punter Roger Krieg kicks out of his own end- zone to give the Mustangs poor field position. 51 .I f ' V D-r ",K"'4. ,, V ' 1 f , f f- 4 , ' 1 "' - ,e ' ,, - ,, 1, ' "K ,fa Wfiimiw'- , A, 'ff -4 1 ,l", -v . Li' V I ' ' is h -'on ,tm ., N ., I J . ' if W 'W , ' -wr' , .G-A ,,41,Zj" ,..w1l,3,'fn'1'51liZ ' K . - t " 1 , , f , I ww"-2, . I , 1 ' V ' 6.L1v,-V -,,...4.., . T:,h"uff',.,..-A ,gi"Qa?w,f .Q A., Wt' , ,sk ,,,.,',,i 2 Tl' 4'-ffl? ,I xv ge ft -og N vu i 'S 9 V "'l" Above: Harry Johnson runs "Kansas City" behind Tommy Gholar and Sam Harris. Below: Charles Boswell and Darrell Harvey show that the Mighty Vikings are still lil. i 1 fy, , s.. 'LP ' -1. -4 . .- 4 . if ,A A . M,-t, l'f1i1Qd5L"?..,f1's.' 1 gggfpfg 1-ig Above: The hard hitting Viking line sets up for the go ahead touchdown. Abgyg, Del Ray Williams goes over the top for th L down 96 Football Ivo- E ,I . V ll y X 4 tr' at , Y r ' -' + c .. -. ' N ,...w- fvff 4 4nu..,.,,f-M 7 A ' 'mga' ,M akin... "Ji ' -1,Q,,,,.r,' ' . satawt. 4 'f"42" ..c...,4--s 'Ulfff' :QM 7 if t c Above: "O.K. guys the ballet starts at seven o'clock. nobody be late!" exclaims head coach Herb Robinson. Williams team up to bust an- other unsuspecting receiver. , Below: Quarterback Sam Harris V f prepares to fake the handoff "2 and run for another touchdown. fx 'Q football , ' Left: Chris Acuna and Del Ray Q r 1 ff-in 4. Ben Steelhead has dedicated his life for over 30 years to coaching football. One of his strongest characteristics was how he cared for his players and enjoyed watch- ing them grow and advance in many ways. lt was a hard decision for Coach Steelhead to finalize his retirement from coaching football, but it is now his time to start moving on and bringing new challenges to his life, since variety is the spice and es- sence of life. We thank you, Coach Steel- head. for your dedication to the sport and our school. Football 9 Soph Frosh Football Hit Hardest B lneligibilit looked as though they contenders for league Football Teams would both be championships. The teams were then new eligibility rules. Due troubled by the to this rule, the Freshmen team lost ten of their twenty-five players and the Sopho- mores lost thirty of their forty players. The remaining ten Sophomores were moved up to Varsity, who lost only five players. Prior to the loss of players both teams had good seasons. The Sophomores, under the direction of James Cousins and Ange- lo Cesari, began the year with impressive victories over Salesian and Bonita. They then played a tough Hoover squad which they tied I2-l2. The Vikings then went up against cross-town rival Muir. The Vikings held their ground until the last few min- utes when Muir scored the winning touch- down to win I2-6. They ended their pre- season with a 2l-6 FOUL over Redondo Union. In their only league game the Vi- kings defeated LaCanada l4-6. The Freshmen Team, under the direc- tion of coaches David Mitchell and Alvin Harris, began their year with a tough loss to Dana and an impressive victory over Bonita. The Vikings lost to Foothill of La Canada, but came back to defeat Pasade- na High School in an exciting victory. Their last preseason battle was against Re- dondo Union. The Vikings led 6-O for most of the game. The Seahawks then came on strong to score two quick touchdowns and defeat Blair I2-6. The freshmen also played only one league game. The team lost to the Rio Hondo League Champs La Canada 28-O. The coaches looked at this year as a valuable learning experience. They know that next year the players will be hitting the books instead of being hit by ineligibil- ity. The coaches are also hoping for a full season and perhaps a championship sea- son. 98 Football EEE - -' rv, . s mu 11 Sophomore Football: lst row: W. Brown, S. Morgan, K. Williams, D. Higgins, D. Collier, 2nd row. R. Johnson, L. Taylor, J. Everett, J. Conway, B. Gipson, 3rdrow: J. Paniagua. J. Sanchez, D, Gipson, J. Jones, D. Stan- field. 4th row: S, Bacon, A. Johnson, J. Munoz, A. r r-,3IA,- V 1 Beatty, T. Sama, 5th row: E. Aldaz, J. Stauff, S. Waller- stedt. F. Espinoza, G. Coronado, 6th row: T. Jolley, S. Williams, R, Olmstead, R. Bryant, 7th row: Coaches: Alvin Harris, James Cousins, Reggie Stephens, David Mitchell. 'X I xi we 2, Q ln .K X' l .U 4 X, 4 ... V 5. 5 . Y 1 lvl - XJ, ll ll ta ,ii 'T' il 9 B Q 145.5 K ls. L 'lik 1. . l 1 , su J S l H a Y . V ,g Q, N iw . W l Q l Q A - - , I . I Fl L Sly , . ,7 kv Y Y 1 vt v 1 js f"!'!?F t'I ":.d "f lah 535 4: ' ?a327Ji?4.'?bPF5.FS?St5 Freshman Football: lst row: R. Brown. E. Paniagua, K. Map, J. Smith, F. Coffee, M. Ramirez, K. Spencer, 2nd row: Coach Alvin Harris, T. King, D. Crockom, O. Bizzle, B. Chase. S. Cimiotes, A. Clock, Coach James ,M iw -t,fa ' ffffi V X .wa , , .,g , ,,,V g , . 1-'FE-ws' tal J .I . . , 1 . A A ' Q 1 -A-RJ L ,, -L 3 FREST-IMEN 1 ,.. BLA' L oth gait, I , .fw- BLAIR iz A NIT L. 1 . -iffy 5 BLAIRl irbomi , ' 526.3-F ' XZLAW-j , :rs lPi-is WE J BLAIR' Ggmqxynft ,U i..-ii BLAIR- fs 'aft gn' , is x'xF::: my I X h V K. A ii' - - -sua.-,. at s ,. -, --1 .Q-.rmp-.. s F F 1' Cousins, 3rd row: E. Koundakijian, P. Jacobs, D. Smith, D. Johns. D. Streetz, F. Nova, L. Williams, D. Ellis, Coach David Mitchell. - ll-.. 1 5: 6 ,,... ' BLAIR BLAJRMX Q .5 .1 tries to stop their opponent ' Left: A tough freshmen defense .. low: Coach James Cousins bites his nails as he intensely antici- pates the next play. Q from making a touchdown. Be- football 23,5 'Kia as 4' t h' ' QQZQZYQ. a fs f 1 .nl A,.,, 39" Ag?wA!yX.J 9: -A ' ' ,Q-, ww f "75l" i i - 5' f .,,, , Q. ' -'lf L,g,f4g,ga?',Mf:t?1"2'f"111'1wqr ."' ' ,. A . V.,.,.,,..M,e - A ,J ,, :+ff1'?f'l!-"ish: 1 f 1 ., V-vt'-1-1' .-fa-t g: t ' ,. ,.-1 sflgv-fgfflfw ,,dSj3ff'fI'G4s:-..f .ga 'N :'f -191,-Y-wg: fy' xi: -., Wig-jfs , , -. I - , ,., aaa: '5'dfJ"5f- , , '2fzQ5:L'21-,,,g.l- K., av Y, .. ,4 fe. 4 Y , " -'Y ' v5f.?'Q' f,:Qi.Q Zi, '-"2 , J t-fz-fart 3 ' V 'h5QxbE3wYfH5w' A p4gw4'9Q?g?yzfxHrt 'w.1A dws32Mme, f3g2?2 . sswgay fee? Q- WL nzvrav- in x aaezncfjy'-' ' "1 i"+Y,ff"' 'bu-w'tp5, ... 3 -. ,J A .4 - gg- H, . 4 V ..-f be 4 voyyv, ,- A Al ft. , " A 4 K Above left: Jeff Jones pursues a San Marino runner. Above right: Gordon Smith runs to the huddle to hear the play. Left: Blairs offense lines up to make the last touchdown of the game. Above: Marco Ramirez looks to side lines to watch the pretty cheerleaders. Football 99 BALLPLA YERS ARE REAL SWINGERS THIS YEAR. Blair Baseball was in high spirits this year. Under new coach Steve Somerlot, the Varsity baseball team joined together in their quest for a league championship. The team has grown and learned together over the past few years under the com- mand and guidance of coach Joe Ballard. When Coach Ballard moved on to take the reigns of the varsity basketball team, the squad was left in limbo until they acquired a new coach. These baseball "Bowery Boys" set their sights on a Rio Hondo League Championship. Coach Somerlot brought his philosophies and tactics to this organization and brought a league championship one step closer. Noteworthy performances are expect- ed from Rick Nowak, pitcherl Charlie Nootbaar, whose hitting skill is an asset, Greg Vaughns, a strong hitting, left-hand- ed, first basemana Jose Carlos, anchor of the varsity infieldt and Danny Hornbuckle. ln their first game against Muir they were down 4-2 in the bottom of the sev- enth with two outs, two strikes and bases loaded when Danny Hornbuckle roped a game-winning grand slam! Joe Lewis once said, "A champion is one who gets up, even when he can't." This year's J.V. Baseball is a very young team with only three juniors on the roster. They faced an extremely tough Rio Hondo League. Coach Omer Plante says, "We are working hard and l am pleased with the way things are going. l am expecting a big season from Scott Wallerstedt and Ron Maxie, This will be a building year." Blair Monrovia Blair 8 f4f'W""T.e5f1Plf6im 5 5 Blair 2 iS3l'lnlVl3Ftl1'fO 'N ll 4 . Blair .9 3 sf Pasadena fl , 74 Blair l l Monlhggaffi 9, 2 Blair Temple City 2 f ' 7 2 Blair 2 S San Marino O 2 Blair 5 I La Canada 9 3 IOO Baseball iw! ffl -, '01, Front row: Oscar Bradley, Jim Cetina, Adonnas Huckaby, Greg Vaughns, Scott Saperstein. Second row: Dan Hornbuckle, Mike Culross, Ken Crockom. .lose Carlos, Matt Thornton, Cheech Carlos. Third row: Deanna Furlong. Karen Chew, Rob Wing. Charlie Nootbaar, Brett Aebersold, Rick Nowak, Art Neff, Sam Harris, Coach Somerlot. aa.. . , . . "1 .g,,Q.-na f -2.11 -'ft ' A ' .-g Qjfzmw ...I Mgw vfw fi- f-"tiff -J-if , sa- 1 P- I -,.- 1 -vas., - f . s ' -,A ' -5-" -lima,-fawwf f ,ji ' af ' 'A ' " v,i:LaQ,-a.an- Above left: Cheech Carlos loses his vision. but at least he's not leading off the wrong way. Above right: Russell Axxe shows his curve. Below: Kenny McMillin stretches in hopes of getting the runner out. ' ,fU..'fgr,Q,:ff Q 4 2 QQT' ., Q. Row I: Oscar Sotorow. Row 2. Nick Renzullo, Van Lane, Scott Waldersted, Ronald Mouxi, Russell Axxe, Ken McMiIlin. Row 3: Ron Crockett, Brian Gipson. Davie Crockett, Steve Scherer, Mike Gary, James Jacobs. Row 4: Ken Williams, Rudy Valdez, Chase Connerly, Deon Smith, Juan Luna, Juan Ramirez. Coach Omar Plante. W" ...Ja " 'W'-u'4f .Z Above: Ready to pitch Rick? "I was born ready!" Below. Steve Scherer scoops up a tough grounder to make the out. P : Below: Sam Harris shows that the hand of a pitcher is quicker than the eye of the camera. Far below: Greg "Papa" Vaughns shows his great stretch. '-45 'as he . 'VK It , f -....,,,..,.,.,,, fri" 3 ':rW"'1"72'9' dp Zigvvfhvn JJ 'EI' 'SQ 1 3525, za. ? 'f' Agn Wwe' f- 1 . qw at-,Fez ftxyx Y :IJ x xl -r . R -X -he P v . 1 f ft - . H... , TZ" . ' H' A ' ,Z9dw.ia5L'-QQQQ -,ffl 2- - ' we , I je- 'V 'iq'-K n -. . .- Myf ! V ' '--1 t hi n Q, -. Y - .Lazy- ,e ' ' Y V "' - ' 4 M . '.t1.:'f's-f --A , .. 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Hornbuckle threatens tc throw the ball at Mr. Ozawa to get out of B.A.P. Below right: Mike "Slugger" Culross rips another one, foull X Baseball lOl l Varsity Hurt By Graduation There is no doubt that last year's varsi- ty basketball team had an outstanding season. There is also no doubt that this year's team suffered because of this. First year coach Joe Ballard did an admirable job. The team not only lost all five starters, but they only had one returnee. The team had many difficulties at the beginning of the season. The Viking's only returnee Vaughn Rex was knocked out for the season by knee injuries. The new play- ers had to take over and become a unit. The preseason schedule placed the rookie Viking squad up against a cast of veteran teams. The team then entered the highly com- petitive Rio Hondo League. After dropping the first three games the Vikings defeat- ed the second place South Pasadena Ti- gers, 54-47. Blair then dropped another three, only again to come back, this time beating La Canada, 74-72. ln their final game the Vikings put it all together to defeat the league runner-ups San Marino, 63-59 in overtime. Coach Ballard knew that it was only a matter of time before his team was to reach their peak. Unfortunately it hap- pened at the end of their season. Ballard also knows that he will have a strong team next year with the many returnees and the tough summer workouts. The team was led by many different players throughout the course of the sea- son. Charles Pierce and Tony Russell did outstanding jobs as centers, while Ted Jones, Ken Cambell, and Steve Robinson led the forwards. The team also had two outstanding guards with Scott Bass and Robert Shaw. IO! Basketball Top row: Coach Ballard, Steve Robinson, Charles B0tt0mR0w: Elmer Galindo, Scott Bass, Ken Cambell. Pierce, Chris Kimp, Tony Russell. ,i' ,gy Abgvg left, Ted Jones skies 3 ghol over 3 Monrovia Above: Senior Scott Base takes a shot from the top of defender. Above right: Vaughn "Tiny" Rex attempts the key. to put one in from the perimeter. , !4 2 SOPH-FROSH WINS LEAGUE With first year coach, Mike Graber, there was little doubt that the Soph-Frosh team would turn out to be so victorious. The team composed of all Freshman, had inexperience as their greatest weakness. Despite their inexperience, they had the potential to take their team to the ulti- mate. The pre-league record was 6-5, with great expectations for league. Out of the 5 losses, 2, against well matched oppo- nents P.H.S. and Glenn, came from last second scoring. As the league play ended, the young Soph-Frosh were undefeated and became the city and league champi- ons. Outstanding players on the l984 Soph- Frosh team were, Darren Gipson, who led in points and assists, Dion Smith. who led in rebounds, Larry Brown and Turran Wil- liams, who also displayed excellent skill. Guided by Coach Tim Guy and Assis- tant Amos Stevens, the Vikings managed to play a strong aggressive, man-to-man defense, and a high scoring disciplined offense. The Vikings were considered un- derdogs, but with good strategy and out- standing individual performances. the Vi- kings overcame some local teams, show- ing the championship quality that they are known for. The outstanding J.V. players of l984, who demonstrated skill and talent, were Arthur Barron, Darrell Canty, and Steven Lockhart. The best defensive player was Randy Rogers, and the most improved player was Marcus,Abrams. This season has been one full of experience for the young team members hoping to play Var- sity next year. Q57 Steven Lockhart shows his version of an excellent free throw. IO4 Basketball Top Row: Fred Jenkins, Dion Smith, Muljadi Surya, Thomas Augustine. BottomRow,Coach Graber, Zach Mark Underwood. Middle Row: Nelson Dorsey, Dar- Leinen, Larry Scott, Larry Brown. Turran Williams. ren Gipson, Neal Anderson, Lawerence Brown, Bw, atm iw J? ig gf Z if .4 Left to Right: Ray Dimacali, Chris Boyd. Randy Rog- Benn, Garnett Johnson, Mark Palmer, Darrel Canty, ers, Damone Powell, Edward Robinson, Arthur Steven Lockhart. Abrams, Sterling Williams, Marcus Abrams, John Coach Amos Stevens advises his team member about the prospects for the dance. A O THER WINNING SEASON Due to the fact that Blair won the Rio Hondo League Championship last year and were returning nine of their starters, they were expected to do very well. Blair started off on the right track by defeating seven of their first nine oppo- nents. After key victories over Muir and Glendale, the team went on to take third place in the Eisenhower Soccer Classic. The Vikings were then ready to enter the tough Rio Hondo League. Blair was one of four Rio Hondo teams to be ranked in the top ten of CIF competition. These rankings proved competitive as Blair lost their league opener to another ranked team - La Canada. The Team then pushed number eight ranked South Pasa- dena to a I-I draw. The Vikings got back on track by defeating San Marino and the sixth ranked Monrovia Wildcats. The first round ended with a 2-2 tie with Temple City. Blair opened the second round with losses to La Canada and South Pasadena and a tie with San Marino. Blair then de- feated first place Monrovia and Temple City to keep their CIF hopes alive. The team was led on offense by Paul Bodenshot, Eddie Perez, and Matt Inman. On defense were all league candidates Roger Krieg, Joe Bogaard, Sam Puffin- burger and goalie Jeff Koch. Coach Gaffney hopes to have a strong team next year with some promising re- turning players and a strong J.V. team. - 1 .sfgal-ily' . E - Q, A .- V ' ,' K QL. . " ' I KN' 'i?,,V If , ,515-if . -. V 14, sbf-,4.1-- URBANK nyxl , it NBER 2 g .I AREINGT ,..' i , WET G . ,FONTANI I Q 1 'Fw gt V A as. mu 1, fs -1, qs., -A' .mg 'yy v 'fi I-'I QNX? Elf ll ' "Her" , ' I gg! . fl I ,A I A ' Q W 0 " at Is X H 2 ' 5 T G ll N s BLSH, JAMAT 1' ALSQA 'flllffliifl I. E Al I: -"l5:'s1,. I - ,. .f,1IiT,'RX' lst . I o SQLKIR 3 E6 Ft: I ' I BLAIR 2 TEM EGITY-. 2 BLQR 0 LA' AN -' I 3 BLAIR 1 .. AS A fi BLAIR o ANM o o BLAIR MONROVIA ' .Rf BLAIR 2 TEMPLE CITY o OVERALL II-4-4 lO6 Soccer Front Row. Philip DeAnda, Rigoberto Arias, Tito Romero, Jose Cabrera. Middle Row: Tom Seeker. Eddie Perez, Greg Geremesz, Sam Puffinburger. Juan Luna. Back Row: Roger Krieg, Joe Bogaard, Jeff Koch. Matt Inman, Paul Bodenshot, Coach Ty Ganney. Above left: Jose Cabrerra stops a Glendale opponent, Above right: Juan Villegas starts a breakaway. Below: Defenseman Joe Bogaard is thrashed by a Muir Opponent. Tennis Led B Underclassmen The varsity tennis team was made up of an abundance of young talent. They were led by Peter Gertmenian, a junior as first singles, and Russ Decker, a sophomore as second singles. The Vikings also had two great doubles combinations with Nick Woods and Philip Kramer, and John Peter- son and Henry Willis. Once again the Vikings were placed in the extremely competitive Rio Hondo league. Facing five very tough teams in- cluding La Canada and San Marino. Coach Charles Lamb expects to have, yet an- other winning season. He knows that his team is young, but more important, he knows that they have a great deal of tal' ent. As long as the team plays to their full potential they should qualify for a C.l.F. playoff birth. The junior varsity, also directed by coach Lamb, should have a successful sea- son. The team had alot of alternates, with over 25 players coming out this year. They were led by Yuichi Handa, Chris Brandt, and younger brother Patrick Brandt. CJ St. Francis City S. Pasadena La Canada Monrovia - . if-,J - ' 'gm' IOS Tennis Row I. Eric Muntz, Pat Brandt, John Hoang, Cameron Totten, Timo Sil, Chi Vo. Row 2: Michael Stokes, Yuichi Handa, Roger Jansson, Mark Goodstein, Loren Land, Andy Laakman, Juan Cativiela. Row 3: David Ackermann, Shawn Head, Marcus Dawson, Henry Willis, Nanci Cook, Katya Armistead, Daniel Dewey, Sam Pemonteverde, Coach Charles Lamb, l WT Above left: Raise your hand if your surel Above right: Timo, we can see up your nosel Below: Because he's a lit- tle Rusty, Decker runs right past the ball. A 1 cf ...., Below: Loren Land practices his Kalidescope routines even on the courts. Far below: "Oh my God there's a bird up there!" exclaims Charlie Blinkenburg. Wx Wi me ,A .,.,.-- 1 Nick Woods concentrates on hitting the ball. but he still has time to stick his tongue out at the cameraman. , 5.4,-...ie-A Above left: Andy hits a dandy Forehand-y. Above right: "Doo Wah Doo Wah," sings Marcus Dawson. Below left: 1 'L "Eek! it's going to hit me." screams Philip Kramer. Below right: Chris Brandt defends himself from the oncoming v: ball. 1 ? 1 A I 4,111- wf ! ' ' 'W' fit - -1- ."" '-hpxnea-,, Tennis IO9 RUNNING TO VICTOR Y The key to the i984 track team was the one-hundred percent commitment of ev- ery team member to strive for excellence to be number one. The track team, who was led by Coach Don Molloy and assisted by Coach Ben Steelhead Sr., enforced hard work outs, which seemed to pay off. The physical preparation for competition came alive when the track team ran against their well matched opponents from the Rio Hondo League. As for strong points, Sam Morgan led in sprints, Harry Johnson led in hurdles, Suresh Krishnan led in distance. An impressive relay team was composed of Darryl Austin, Darryl Harvey, Sam Morganjand Chris Martin. As the season began, there was much optimism for a successful team. Victory came against cross-town rivalry, P.H.S. and those hopes were secured. The team members displayed talent and potential during the season. As the first invitational track meet came, the overall points gave Blair a remarkable victory over the ten schools that competed. With the individ- ual performance of every team member, the l984 track team was one of the better teams that Blair has produced. As the sea- son ended, Blair had taken another league championship. The Soph-Frosh team displayed as much enthusiasm as the Varsity team, and pos- sesed potential and talent as well. The most promising members on the Soph- Frosh team were Anthony Beaty, Doug Galindo, and Pat Bodenshot. f.j ' ' f .-,K '-r v. . " K ' ' vcd-., 'V '- . -sf-, .. -, L. --" fs.,-N . ,, A ,- 5. .51 - .. V. - q,-aw ,ers ,'.'- J -:ts--.' ,,g'1 V ,,..-f-, 'Qs pp A. ' .-vm' ,1.a.'Z1 . First raw: Mark Crear, Micheal Jones, Sam Morgan, Harry Johnson, Lidell Hartfield, Jeff Mack, Francisco Blackwood. Second row. Todd Lewis, Dee Beaty, Victor Robles, Raymond Thompson, Anthony Beaty, Todd Johnson, Lewis Kahn, Darryl Harvey, Brian Stevens. Third row: Jose Zamora, Harold Hanitado, Suresh Krishnan, Servando Carillo, Brandon Bowlin, Todd Vradenburg, Anthony House, Dexter Dawson, Enrique Avina, Doug Galindo, Anthony Woods, Fred Dorsey, Gustavo Banuelos. 'iz 'fifty f ,j .U 29315 V" 7" y . . Blair lg W Temple Blair W W La C Blair W Blair W.W San Marino . l., ..v x q ' . we. .4 1 IIO Track ac!!! , f i., 52, -l . n ,, L ...ff -'V '-5.4. Above left: Darryl Harvey concentrates as he plays by himself. Left: Brandon Bowlin as a result of one of his less successful fights. Above: Blair track members realize that practice makes perfect. .-f"' , 9 . ,.-,-. 'Sim - A fl :Wx -arf if." ir . .3 get "f ' h ,q,, , , ..- I . n ll! 1 'lf' ky' 'A in ' Y X14 1 I .I , 1 "' 'E' ,Ag s '57 f . ,-s, 'C .7 , 'J i is 5 A W wi' ' 1561 ,aa . 1 525, 5' , 4 1 all 4 ,avg N -. 4, 4- I' dk A -4 l f ' W5 7 Z t to .mt l M 5 gtg! Y I H L N,,,,....,.,,...: I 'f c iq Ja I Q 1 , . . - - ll s jr UA- 'l" I L+ ll I Q 'L '- 4-Qfmi-.3 im g 'H H -v 1,1 -fi--f sv , 1 2. x 1 W' I " N- ' ' - 7.4 -1,5 - A 1' , - is 'L z- I .-, ,-If-1, , 4 -N Q . Y ,. - Left: The real is dog Harry. Above: Sam Mor- gan does his ostrich imitation. Right: Anthony Beaty practices for the Hertz commercial. Below left: "I'm late, I'm late for a very impor- tant date." thinks Anthony House. Below: Ted Koch gets a good work out by running to his girlfriends house. Far below: Coach Steel- head waits to catch Brandon Bowlin before his pole goes into the quick sand, Far right: Darryl Harvey puts his best head forward. , ky. ' ' i g Swimmers Led By Seniors This year's varsity swim team followed the footsteps of swim teams past. Once again our team was led mainly by seniors. Outstanding performances were turned in by Brad Pickering in the breaststroke and freestyle, Kevin Turk in the back- stroke and freestyle, Victor Gallardo in the backstroke and butterfly, Ain Cocke in the freestyle, and Craig Piper in the freestyle and backstroke. The team also had some very strong underclassmen. Keith Sherry turned in excellent times in the backstroke, while Julio Gallud excelled in the distance freestyles and the butter- fly, and Robbie Hendrix did well in the freestyle, butterfly, and the breaststroke. With all of their great individual efforts the team still had troubles. Swim meets are won by a compiling of team points. The Vikings won many races but due to the lack of members. lanes were not filled, thus causing Blair to lose the meets. The Junior Varisty team had the same problems that our varsity had. While great preformances were turned in by Jon Bo- denshot, Wes Lake, Sean Boyd, Chris Moore, and Eric Oberholtzer, the team lost meets because of their lack of com- petitors. Coach Pat McCummins saw a lot of tal- ent in this year's junior varsity. She is hop- ing that these swimmers will again come out next year. She knows that if she can recruit more swimmers for next year we will have a very strong team, a team that will achieve many team victories as well as individual victories, i ARCADIA L HART' W .H.S. Ill Swimming i i First row: Gary Vita. Kevin Lauderdale, Victor Gallardo, Keith Sherry. Robby Hendrix. Secondrow: Sean Boyd, Andy Wagner, Ain Cocke, Jon Bodenshot, Wes Lake, Craig Piper. Thirdrow: Chris Tyler, Robert Evans, Jason Cardone, Ed Galloway, Eric Oberholtzer, Dave Ochoa, Chris Moore. 'lp L ., J ' " ' , .I vi M, Vila, "V" 0. H ,. Above left: Craig Piper pours it on in the freestyle. Above right. John Chew comes up for air. Below: Ed Galloway takes an early lead. WISE-li" ., . , ., .f V 'finer . f ' , - vw 3:4 .64 at 1 ' ' ,, A, ., J' .,,A.. Lp 14 -' L ',gQ!',,'qi ty ,. 1 I in 4,.Hwk,, ,, dz. m I . 4- 73, .. .fQi:'141,,.. ,ftisizbm-f,,!. -'r:'f'L!'l-.,f+- f "ff i. . , 9' Vw ',, ' J , w,'-G .: , -. w- " -1 TW? ,J 35'ff'f.e ' 1' ,,- g ' " ' " ' - .. A,,. iyftz?1.'5,,1,-gd . 'K' f' WW " -1 , , A H Q ' M 1' A ... V, .K r 1,1 win mf. ' :" yflifzva, ' N " " ' f 3 My 7 .f ,fm YfM,,,':,,y - 'S f ,' W22'5ffl" fQ'Qf5" " J J 5 f ' My A "K ,, We Y, -'af ' , ., ' f , ff' :if ' L -A ' 4 'F ,f ' .N 'T 'nwix' I 'ff :fi-V 'G' Y. -, - ., 1 nf, WI, ,ffwsj J., ,, amlffgggafefe, ' Q 1- ,,,- ' M ,, i, 0 'igmugfff 7f'lv .- 7 f . 4 'Law , ,,,, ..f 4 f f ' r?JL9fkf. - ,. MW- to Yi iv-' r f iifw ., . X J, ,. ' ff ni, .L V ' Iv ws" ., A- , V.,-. ' 1 f 1 ' l ..,,9,f?, A. l ssd gig ga' J? Y an V. f ,. "" f ' E Upper Left: Robbie Hendricks wonders where the competition is. Middle Left: Gary Vita is a breast ahead of everyone else. Upper Right: Julio Gallud feels races are won and lost at the start. Middle Right: Robbie Hendricks does a great butterfly imita- tion. Bottom Left: Swimmers stretch before an im- portant meet. Bottom Right: Keith Sherry leaps to a head starr. If I . ll ' 'M--vo-' ,pl Q .A,,, rirfzrml' "'Lpf:'..,-' Li 'Q Q" ,-, .. ff' 5 . ,,,,- -iff!! ' ,Zip in 5 A": ft-1 ' '23, , -f ,v 4 ' 1 ' f' , , 1 X f new, ,Q I 1 l A lll IAN W . 7 H Q ' :1i5'7AWtll I r Q L 2 A 5 l W i 4 . . - v - . -,-'--: s I "Y .".f . -' t New l -'t' 1 Iti ' -V t .. .If f 'X J ,,.,. if , if 'A , ' Q' J la.. I A 8 '44, 'B . as H Swimming IIS Poloist Excel With New Personnel The I983 Varsity Water Polo Team was plagued with not only the loss of last year's coach, but the loss of four out of last year's seven starters. Nonetheless, the team, under the direction of coach Brian Biery, fought its way to an awesome 5-2 league record. The season began rather slow as the Vikings lost two of three games in the Montebello Tournament. They then went to face' four tough "4A" schools. Defeat- ing a rough Arcadia team, but losing to P.H.S.. Loyola, and high ranked Muir. They then entered the La Puente tour- nament. After losing the first game they showed their pride by coming back to win the next three. Thus, they were crowned consolation champions. The Vikings began league on the right foot, with victories over Monrovia and Burbank. They then faced South Pasadena for one of the closest matches of the sea- son. The game was tied until the final min- utes, when South Pasadena opened up with two quick goals. The Tigers went on to a I8-I5 win. The Vikings quickly put this loss behind them and defeated La Canada and Burroughs. The only other league loss was to the undefeated league champs, San Marino. With their impressive league re- cord the team assured itself a CIF play-off birth. This year the J.V. team and Frosh-Soph team were also under the direction of Bri- an Biery. The Frosh-Soph team was put together at the last minute to face those schools who also had a Frosh-Soph team. The J.V. team showed talent and flexibil- ity. 1-5 II4 Waterpolo From row. Soph-Frosh - W. Lake, G. Vita, C. Ritchie. S. Boyd, E. Muntz, R. Walter. R. Evans, J. Bodenshot, C. Calleton. Middle row: J.V. - C. Moore, J. Gallud, J. Chew. K. Sherry, E. Oberholtzer, M. Gonzales, J. . 1. ,E-'A . , '71, 'W . -597 '7T-s5'b'f":"'i"- f - ' f- - ' - -. f .g Tf 1 at Tea i" t" ' - , ' ' , I W AR, jvy V 1 ' ' VAR. J 1 l 1,4 ,fi ' K , -. . . 4, .. HL n.... . --.. ' . ., Lyne, C. Real. Back row: Varsity - E. Vita, R. Hen- drix, C. Lawrence, P. Bodenshot, A. Cocke, D. Ochoa, J. Maisterra, M. Inman, K. Turk, B. Pickering. Coach Brian Biery. Above left: Kevin Turk appears disappointed be- cause nobody will play with him. Above: Ed Vita fires a hard shot on goal. Far left: Dave Ochoa passes to a teammate after stopping a breakaway. Top left: Brad Pickering shows his concentration in his attempt to score. Below: John Maisterra has his nails checked as teammates look on in fear. Middle left: Rob- bie Hendrix concentrates on keeping his eye on the ball. Bottom right: With a flick of his wrist, Keith Sherry passes the ball over a charging opponent. Bottom left: Pat Bodenshot gives a smile for his fans. Ll 'r,' V Lit' I Y Ai- - -,cs , -, ,-Y ,2- , .vm f- Jl!NDlYflDl?f'lf?5T5TK5f,sPffi M. Plgeqr V I Q V , g e Kevin Turk 4 Robbie He ' ' p le, 1' 39 x'-'W' A34 Brad Pig s, 3I P enshot ' " 25 f- ,. --- -... , kawifence 4 mag, JW, XX- ,, 3 V .lomifilvltaivsferi-1 V Q- V- I if V .A , ' , ,. Saves ' V 248-avg. I2.4 per game . s 'W fi. ' AL. K f 1- 4.5.49 1 " 'L r,-4 Waterpolo H5 Cross Countr Runs Into Problems The I983 Cross Country Team had an- other difficult season. The Vikings were by no means hurt by the quality of its run- ners, but by the quantity. This problem was faced not only by the boys' team, but also by the girls'. The boys, with only nine runners, were only able to have a Varsity team. The girls were not as fortunate. With only four girls, all of their meets were run, but they were forced to forfeit any winnings. The team won two out of its five pre- season meets by defeating Crescenta Val- ley and Schurr. The Vikings lost to El Monte and forfeited to Muir and Loyola. With such a short preseason, Blair en- tered the season unprepared. The Vikings lost their first three league meets. The runners then went on to defeat a tough Monrovia squad. They then lost their final league meet to Temple City. Coach Molloy will have nearly the whole squad returning next season. He believes that if he can obtain some new runners, to add to the personnel, the Vikings will have a very successful season. ,s , - ,, " 2 i a ffifsfffiii L L EIMoi1te Blair W Schurr ' Blair L V Muig: I W A' Blair Creignta Blair L x Loyolao I Blair L SCSU!!! P ns. :aj Blair L T' San asrino Blair L La fpda i Blair W Mo via L14 Blair e L- Te pi City W ' II6 Cross Country Front row: Harold Hurtado, Lois Kahn, Jose Zamora, Victor Robles. Middle Row: Robin Martin, Gustavo Banuelos. Ted Koch, Jackie Osbourne. Back row: An- Ted Koch suddenly finds himself walking on air. drew Goddard, Servando Carrillo, Emily Wade, Sur- esh Krishnan. Tracey Taylor, Coach Don Molloy. n, . , ' 4' 7-' -, mad "Just me and my shadow," sings Emily Wade. ' s J f L1 I1 SS 7. 2 13: f l ue-4, hum 3 J-. I Left: Coach Don Molloy shows his anger as Harold Hurtado stops to ask directions. Below left: Suresh Krishnan and Servando Carrillo set the pace. Below: Jose Zamora shows his kick toward the finish line. Far below: Tracey Taylor makes her move as .Cross COUMVY her opponent's lunch catches up with her, ,f ,,l" Cross Country II7 SMF Q 50 Um, Qleor has o.Are,o1oLq gong bnhuoowf I Qom'b 52 bemeue' WCVC :survived Bubbles QAG551O'nd'uJYC'hogFg welt' Warez onhd so otaqe, of sawn! lQQ'b,1,? Dieu Count, 4-oolou-1. It was mouinej Bubbuleb CKESK oubsiolf. qrxq buqqinehaiihouvj we 'bhoulol N209 done 'fa 'MOVE 04:-I-on, ILE, hm-01 +0 -Hn-,nk ,Q +y,',nq5 +9 v:,or1be,e:,pec1mIh.' aince.ooqc,c,pxLt hahdinf' back our +c,r-nm ?osPeJ-.bl 50 UQYUODIS. I. can AOA I+? I dont mme +0 'Fake , 'rn Nervous' 1 SMP """'H'W1 PU' now,u..,e, Yeah 1E ,a,g.hA boeq I v-eAi:v lslomil Just -Hvmk max ew- uue.J1 be. emQr6,c1 acted Lamfpub. Ae Minus!-A weird wg Enqkish and 'f con 5 egg:-, 3ubbK2 never seems onbxe +o .ggmbh Q 35 ,1e,l,m3 ak usivxow Pun. well next year we her., Ohweu' Nui I had +o -K-ake Q bvemk .From k , but I, s, 0lV1'lYN3 r.fCour'b00 So .-. m awk +100 davis lookux .Lm In Bulolole5od"1Of were e,o0.'LvCh'vY3S Folhfenheit, "l5I, 'T 6 qet +0 Put on 0-'Yi Rodicr are wean ,Hx OC el N1 er and mi Ui 015565 Car- webg had Qty,-t WFP . ,womogn cknok Gnghgh ,Myth bble if wasnf, at, PP, - WC15-Fun YOU' bcerx On olood -Yiiehd, Iarvx QIIQQI we qo-6 -I-o hexb CH-CA 'H'x32: 146.6171 .J welll uivl' 'Hfxinlr mm' A PQ Seniorsfff I . - . 'IS II9 ,-xy pun 'Bl W .'., wq , 'ik J 83 if Q , 1,., ,,., g -s.-...,,,,- N wanna-- V 'WS 35, sf " L ., F""f"" 2 3 sr 'li 2 f I T ,. 1 4. C ASS OF '84 D2 Seniors Sylvia Aguilar Kevin Amaratunga Carolyn Andrews Chris Acuna Teri Adams Brett Aebersold Dennis Alindogan Anita Alva Diana Amaya Julia Anderson Rigoberto Arias Katya Armistead "" ' Barry Arnold Karen Arnold Darryl Austin Jones i Enrique Avina Karen Baldeschwieler Debra Ball it Q1 .2,.,:'! Bryant Banzuela Michell Barnett Raymond Barnett Terry Barr Sanja Basic Scott Bass Seniors D3 , 4. , V 1 . , 'L 23,1 lg Linda Belin Jaime Benavides Leon Bennett Lisa Blinkenberg ffm' l Paul Bodenshot Joseph Bogaard X Byron Bolton Rhonda Booker Charles Boswell Seana Boyd Stacey Brantley Tabatha Brooks Martha Bugarin Suzanne Butler Alex Buttaro .lose Cabrera Jeff Cain Guido Calderon Michelle Calloway Melissa Cambell Cynthia Canty Jose Carlos Katherine Carlson Ezequiel Casas i!?Qf"' " ' " " ' ""f lf' Servando Carillo Javier Casteneda Seniors D5 l26 Seniors a 4 Q, f ez 1 VS . ,, V, ,fy if ' " J ff ? ' ef. -f i .1 f .M - .... J , ,V , -Q rf f -2 4, , ' 5 I HM. W 'il fr 'K -.. S 1 4 a 4' fr yi , KH ' , Wm ' ffl 5? ' jx' ff LM 3 Ramona Casteneda Sheri Castro y Liv fl X. if ,fff Maria Cervantes Rosita Cesari Maritza Chamagua Paula Chan an , ,,,. ,I 242 ii' Robert Cheng Janice Chitwood Jeff Koch shows the epitomy of the Blair scholar. -x Federico Charcas Juan Charms ' - -as , Y in Mandi Chitwood Byung Cho F' 'l QM' Dorian Chumley Tanya Clark Ain Cocke Ronald Coffey 4 9 an fa ad Anthony Cole Leslie Concholar Nanci Cook Sandra Cramer David Crockom Michael Culross, Jr. Nancy De.lour John Delaney ' ia. David DeLeon Jonathan DeLeon Maria Delgado Charles Dent Seniors D7 I28 Seniors li' .i i al Adalia Desamdarado Lorna Dewey Hoan Do It 5,17 Fred Dorsey Evangelina Duarte Pamela Dugan Lisa Edwards Pierre Eldnor Renee Ellison Anne Esbenshade Maria Felix Mark Perrin 1 1-7 Q GGV ,W , i f' , Q' ' Hung. ,, sw: Amanda Fox Amy Fung -MLM' Min Latarsha Garland Vivian Gholar Hector Gonzalez Monica Gonzalez Junus Halim Lisa Handy Qi M ezz 4 if If X Elmer Galindo Deborah Gladney Will? 3Q-If S ww, ff: Winnette Graham Samuel Harris as-2 Sergio Gallardo Betina Gonzalez Monica Hadsell Victoria Hart Seniors D9 ISO Seniors l""' ff MZ fi if Darrel Harvey Sheree Haygood Mike Hazzard Yolanda Hearn Yvette Henderson Irene Hernandez Demetrius Henson Victor Holloway i Daniel Hornbuckle Zabrina Horton Kelly Jackson Timothy Jackson Scott Jeffries Jana Jones L+ J Harry Johnson Rebecca Johnson Shawnte Johnson J Linda Jones Maddlyn Jones Pearl Jones E --, R, Kane Carlson pretends to lrszen atrentlvely whlle she beglns her Qliffhf lying ' f,ff2vCff257rf6'fQ7 mls C+ Seniors l3I l32 Seniors Jose Kalil Warren Ke Thomas Kenyon Rita Khalaf 1 fi-W 'S' p lm 1 Ann Kikuchi Christopher Kimp Leslie Kirksey Laurie Klein Jeff Koch Philip Kramer Roger Krieg Danna Laakmann wQv- Ken Lake Jessica Lambert Gretchen Lampert Leticia Lara Dianna Lau Carters Lawrance 9 4 Minhtrang Le Yolanda Lennox 3' ..,., M ,,..,, , ,y ,A X, Elia Charni Lewis Teresa Lum Monique Mapp Sandra Martin iiiii' and Gustaro Luna Hoa Mac , f ' . 'R "4 , V , glad I L ,, HL ' Patrick Mason Lena Masri Seniors l33 I34 Seniors Samar Masri Jennifer Matthews 71,70 .V , W, Margot McBath Cardonna McClure lm' uf Jose Kalil does his early morning meditation before going to class. Z Y . L, . 4 J. 1 . Karinda Maxie l Richard McCormack Teresa Molina Zelma Mossiah Audrey Maxwell ' . gag. A,,,,A 7, , . ,, .Add Crystal Mickens Nicole Moore Lori Mowrer R. Kelly Nelson Jose Novo Tereza Oghoorian ,. ,J ff? l.,A .. L IS6 Seniors Mercy Ornelas xx.. l Xi Ml ,. if Melissa Petrov William Pickering Helena Porter Agnes Paladino Leroy Parker John Peterson Kim Phongsa h.. M Claire Pinkston Craig Piper Marie Porcell Samuel Puffinburger Jeanne Pursel Dolores Quezada David Quinones Martha Quintero Jeffrey Rediford Vaughn Rex gk 1 .N I I gg i, 1 'fa i l ' 1 Susan Richards Lori Richardson Valerie Robinson Andrea Rochelle "I wonder if I turned off the oven this morning," mutters Brad Pickering to himself. Maximillian Riedel Leanne Robertson Tito Romero Elvira Sanchez .........,,,.,,, Seniors l37 l38 Seniors - , if ,via gg Susan Sanderson Emily Savoie Tracie Scarborough , X ff ,Q ,, Thomas Seeker have done without you? the have. ned Blair and senior year. We would like to and grati- tude for all that you have Fred Sevajian Class of '34 Trinell Shanks Janet Smith Tiffany Smith . f V ,fm Grace Schwemmer Shelly Serrurier Yolanda Seymour Charles Sorenson Bernardo Sotelo Lynette Swaim i Naoko Takarabe Matthew Thornton Alise Stellwagen Brian Stevens Ted Stokes t ' L Ldv ., . . Brenda Tabor is ecstatic Jackie Gold ' nior groupA r iueafwnh the - Q' IZF- 4 Frank Teng Dawn Thomas Gloria Thomas , " ' v, 7 V W? ' 1 f 1 4 Misty Toibert Richard Tong Mateo Torres Seniors 139 Stacey Townsend Kevin Turk Katrien Vermeulen 1 4 Maria Trejo Michael Turner Ed Vita lg? r 1 J . T f Elizabeth Tremblay Cecelia Vaughns 3 Eleazar Vita Huy Trinh Gregory Vaughns Stacey Wales congr-at l4O Seniors l 325-., W l 1 ,C L , ' w . ., l , 1 7 4, ,-Q A I if , vglflvr ' W 1 , 4 fA', f ,i,:?gLaW l y l Rolanda Wallis Rochelle Weber Cameron Wesley Del Ray Williams l 1 W l l l l 'I 3 Q l W l l l il Jana Williams David Windham Brian Wong Anthony Woods l il l Cheryl Wright Janet Yang Cecilia Younger Holly Zimmerman ulations 1 JZ. ,rw- l:Ill ' ,f W, 1- if Q w'4!1qg Y. vn,,,,u tl lf' l,f,! A EU: ., 1: . U 92 a ' wh., .,V D 1 I r , F' l42 Seniors Mwwsys . ..,,,, ,ff 'J ii i -nr- 1' -rf gl 4 l43 -e-,,. 3 . 0 ' X- KJ y 1 9 fin '-v i 1.3941 K f' A ,f ,- I M---sm ' -5? 'il-ng I ' ..s i 'H Seniors l45 with who bringing out other that no one else CBFSS. hard enough mutual trust and honesty that lets us be ourselvesyaf all times." QEmerson Williamsj beautiful things in i u ft- l . -X -' Magik ep' 62592797 truly educated person intelligently." to find, lt is "Ain't this the life!3Well, better weird than S rrurier , in y VJ- Rick Nowak ffm " . .. th children of tomorrow ar the ones called by' " rim, life, and E follow it with stead teps and heads high. things cliild V-TheY ar r' ' n of new frontierssno smoke will veil theirff? eyes and no jingle of chains will drown out their voices. They are the seed dropped before the face of the sun and it shall grow into a mighty tree, its root i IHIO 1:21523 fi staff: , fetish heart until is that our souls we once enjoyed n the heart of " . . . I mean, l really do think that love is the best in the wonlckgezgcept .,., ,,,..f . ' f ., " ,W 535' for Wilflf ll fairer tli2iijT"i'ldeath, that " . IEP' " " - ., wtf.. ",' ,.,'t-' ' ,f CThe PFIIJ ff ' FI C, X l .:An'1eYfl.S' lwlhi Q Z"1C'1lZ3.v 5 " "' 1 , , tg W i "The calling for thegretuiim pf the-draft is an enorm us step badkward in thef for a humane world. No ,e- newal, American or 5 ould be based on blood. ' IIICQDCSS ' threatened face of man who specializesfi' 1" other men,2i'egardless'df I threat K. ideologyl,'is"ari asslassingforcing youths to do this is al crime."55bv ,. I D l iN nk If, - Boreesb -e eph Bogaard Anne Esbenshade ' . ,ng I N "My mother cried . dled. She said I . . . we were "May the Lord our God watch between while we are absent from one anot,her."' ' ' Beel5y':1EQfJ5hnson "Each moment of thefy r has its own beauty, a pic- ture of which was never-' fin before and which will n opens another.' " better, we 1 me and.fthee"'i were born . t n seniors Ya know it Let's do , be seen again, Remembe God shuts one door, he Rosi laflesari "There is a great difference and freedom to. We are are free to do anything. serves the best we have to Karen Baldeschwieler mean means, and tion but we 'l don't want to here. Get out of that say good things happening is p e itfs all been said. So here' 8 brin' I know tomorrow you'll CThe Kinksj 1 Jana Jones been my f end. for so long, our friendship has grown. been th to share my joys, we're goilgtto be apart, remain heart. flloilfihi- 1, will Pursel "Always be willing to listen. you no rhyme, We remember moments "We've travelled a long, long time together, And there have been a lot of good things on the way Cramer But now it's almost time for leavin' d don't any in ge before you reaged tting to for all the great friends and I will Best pal can't g0 ?H OW 3 man wants you met, times!!" Jana "How word ..1 ,,. H All that good grief. this is toooo brief - r All that Anthony Woods f if There is no word, no phrase for you, On whom I so depend, All QL, nlsay to you is this: "To the boys: G 6Uz3preqysV.friend." lt is hard to say goodbye to a Rochelle,Webe'F'fN Million dreams, a thousand promises, 5 M ,, And yOu. 5... I E5:!fr:.E'2E- 11-:iQr?'35l3:fifing, ' ' . .,.4. "I love you Chantal . . . Chris Iissa, ha halj See, l'm " ' 'is shdrt, goo llthings in life G I was 's Me- B Zthe ri'tten well They are set a good book, 3 ww,-9, Q of 1- ff , I 3:5 'WWI ,. d 06 A V ,ilpnly rats win if I J CS last page. be taken from me. them on my of love." O'NeilI Skool race." has bin ruff!" One 'KX . 147 "Sometimes you wonder what s in it for you You wait, ls but a You see, 'Cause it's all you can do, just to hold on Uackson Ongmto every thelfihoment of T the Renee t Il th T I o a e W i'TF4svi,, . . . . . "Livin living fine, f'Li"'lh ever sal T -A --WMA It's a free world, Don't hold back. Do what it takes, Give it all you got. Keep it slow, Y Qjieep smiling, wqwilwlf Yfau are lfgyou act as It will all come lfvyou play lv .ff Zi, .-of .-a Q ' , you "The more you The more you know, The more you can forget, the So why study??" if Leslie Kirksey I48 Z, , A .., , . ,.,. ,. ,,,,,,., "l've done it, l've done it! "We should be content with what we have, never with what we are." Guess what I've done! Qlda Scott Taylorj Grace Schwemmer Danna mind. of things and ideas Pollockj you need." CThe Policej David DeLeon and and Brif .Vlllmere doll Q0 now?ll Cilaig Piper li 5 lxy ,WV -. I go only time will tell." Uoe Perry Proiectj Amanda Fox don't stand so close to me." school years are s notebook, I havie.gfHad There 'Ere but a lot are yeari of l "What's the QF'f'l me me 0UI'S9lf , 4 .V . 3 L ' Bfsehse, , f q . So, pack up you troubles in your old kit-bag, To follow fashion, f A f -fl 4 .7And3mll5'f-5-m!9f "" Y' "'- M' "" u if ' gillfl. ll? anybody else' l 141 I ' ' 51.1, f Trails ul 'f 7 tl'l iziffff' ll "Willy l f - 1' ' K4-I' 5 , V "" H 0 ' ,Vir l l fb V ,ry Ham 33 ,Ey A second to say ef' 5 ,N 2 .3 ' ji " CUIJ ' ' It L2 ' ll 1 A ' J., 'E' 4 Nootbaar BOBBPCMNOOP7 BA- BADDA- BAHMD - lf B 1 -,NA-DA-DA-BAT-DOT-DO mg- f ASE A J CFatty "Buster" Blooclfl- ebigvsi 1, "Then Iet's side: We're 'F' l?'l I V ' X Jeff Koch , ,ff 3, having an most people 1 ' x il' 'j 1 live and die as werharef' ,, X - V l I l 5 I Clnigo Zoo ofglagathj ' ' '34 ' X. , l 'E W., lk 'X f Y, .,... ,,.. .WXX I49 Juniors How the years fly byl Just yesterday it seemed these juniors were being teased as freshmen. Next fall they will be seniors ... the big guys on campus. This class is strong, and they have the potential to continue the spirit that the Class of I984 brought. The Class of I985 was responsible for much of the spirit on the campus this year. Throughout many of the assemblies, the junior section seemed to be the loud- est, having overwhelming spirit. Under the leadership of their fall president Mar- cus Dawson and spring president Miko Campbell, the junior class proved them- selves strong. Although there are several separate social groups within the class, they always manage to pull together and carry out their activities successfully. This school year seemed to lack the number of activities of previous years. Many of the students seemed threatened with the thought of the closure of Blair, therefore activities were not their top pri- ority. Hopefully the influential strength of the A.S.B. and the seniors will encourage the juniors to revive their involvement in Blair and make their last year a good one. We are confident that Blair will not close, so hopefully the morale of these new sen- iors will become higher. We wish you luck! I X ',,'7'5f ,f , I i l 'lu ' I Q ..., ,.,, t. sm 1 A Q , ,.,.,,,MW, algal? if llliiiifggg .,:j.g WAV VV XY ,T ,6., ff:-sb ' M H' ,,A . .,,.,, . Tu, Above: Hassan Carroll dreams of the Big A. Right: Famous Erwin and buddies find shelter under an umbrella. Far right: Suresh Krishnan runs across an open field to Anna s awaiting arms. Below right: "Another exciting assembly," thinks Chris Brandt. Anna Amaral Gricelda Amezquita John Aquino Avedis Asdourian Russell Axxe Sheronda Bailey Tonjia Barnes Jeremie Basmajian Cornell Bean Sheran Beckford Anthony Bell Deirdre Benn Eric Bland Brenerra Bolton Brandon Bowlin Christopher Boyd Oscar Bradley Chris Brandt Laurie Brown Nicole Brown Esmeralda Bugarin Suzzette Burns Geoff Burwell Horacio Cabral Raul Cabrera I .- r lx Jn. ' V N , E1 fs- ur , g f 2 "G 49- f.-x tv , H- 6 .-:flx R 'wa l -La af F ,, i , """ ul' l a AZ' P Q ' 1 l , , i al rv. . , . xi" xi K 1' is Zina Abram Terry Ariel Robin Adams Jorge Aguilar Gina Albert Roselle Allen l Lin. 1 -i ,il lg , Tl'-2' L r .f . , Www, 5. 'T vs- ll "F is ' 3' 'vm N X , 'Q 4. il V ' I l .yy Y1 .H 1 Miko Campbell Darrell Canty Doris Carter Judith Case Luis Castaneda Lorenzo Cervantes Tawny Cates Tedd Cates Jim Cetina Sunglin Cheng John Chew Karen Chew Nozomi Chimura Byung-hak Cho Zamira Collazos Sandy Coria Maria Corona Guillermina Correa Kenneth Crockom Derrick Crutcher Jennifer Dakan Kimbree Davis Marcus Dawson Martha Diaz Reynaldo Dimacali David DeChararme Dave Duran Q 's Y f 5 Q 4 , M? R J 4. al 'gf 3 "r -5 af- A in :1 M ji ' I uf K 'J A hx J C l Q jf' J V X3 5 X A 91'-as - - , 1 HK eff' :D 5- , 5- ' , J, ' 1:5 . h f 'X as , wi-me J i1 rl , :+I gi. M-'52 JJ: T ' x ' O' J - X T QQ, H C vi M i ha 'S' :aa I 1' ,V Y if e .. M V, Q ' I 34 J fl. R ' J A lfmfiii TH Mi I Z. , 5' , 'Q ,,, 1 f.- ,. ik 4. - -' 'ar as hm. hw. i T' Q' 'K 4 4 ,B NV' if L .V ' ' or V .- I L- 3' 6' 1-.-A vs 5- k.,.... l Melanie Eickhoff Famous Erwin Bernardo Escalante Teresa Fernandez Teresa Flores Lulu Fou Jackson Fung Deanna Furlong Aileen Galindo Doug Galindo Alejandro Gallegos Crisanto Gallegos Roxanna Galloway Jose Gamboa Byron Garcia Jacquelynn Garwer Natalia Garza Tommy Gholar John Gibson Jana Giles Packard Giles Desiree Gill Trina Gitchuway Armando Gonzales Emilia Gonzales A A l x Q5 - , g 5 l K lr' DX ef - -x AY lla.. A lu - X 'iw-fl A fx ia A :xi 5, ' ' ,,, Q. il ' gs A 3 y :sf l X a. rf! ' f fl X4 is x 1 f w 14 I f : -v--i......,,,, Gustavo Gonzales Pedro Gonzales Ruben Gonzales Jennifer Gordon Jaime Grant Michael Guerry lt" A-f,4 Ng. lg A ff 7135-li 56' ','E':'l 313, ,I -W ,.a, J A ls- lllf on C-v 3.21.- V , 454. sail! vi M ,MP """-P-f-...,,,,, Anjli Gupta Zaida Gutierrez ? A. . l, S -sl Q 6- " 'V Kelly Hagen l, t., rg' I-J Vu Z' J, -N-...NKN Adam Haido Sheila Hall Andre Hamm Sabrina Hammond William Han John Hanashiro Gr-. I' T 'fr 4... ' l I X L r N 3: I SQ- .xi - tb " :Q l E-A - ia. J Q H ni er fl' J 'li is K, TSWELL Joe Hanes Laurita Harvey Heather Hayward Liz Hebgen Reggie Henderson Travis Henderson I H, Above: Nick Woods portrays his sex appeal on the parade route. Left: The cameraman receives a scary glare as Hassan Carroll turns and takes his attention off the game. Far left: Brian Maloney portrays his tassled look while sitting on his vespa. Below left: Steve Robinson pretends not to laugh as Nicole Brown tickles B W ' l lf i nfl 'Fl f E Q 6 M K a A l K 1,1 Le' Nur .SS is .. :ZA-nv ' ia' 44 is X ll F-J ,J -3 gf 4 5 ln ' Isl N fr, L I1 21 + w e 'ii . C E ', . K Y i R G l, ,, , X-EL C i. - ' -Q ' ,safa- ' 35' :T ll L 2? 3' 1 f-aj 1 35 gf. ,ip g xv- ' J I S , fri ly! .i ll X , f 2 5, L 73, FS 17. ., -Ax in Q .V :L 11 4 it jg, B- i , L- ' If X ..,.- i., Q l. f'f 1 -V , -i :ff ... o 1. , 5 X i as A X Evie Hendrecks Robb Hendrix Alisha Henson Sherry Henson Gloria Herrera Mayro Herrera Zoila Herrera John Herron Judy Hsu Randall Hurst Harold Hurtado Mai Huynh Francisco lbarra Pat lnfante Matthew Inman Derek James Romelia Jara Raul Jimenez Arcelia Johnson Farnett Johnson Kim Johnson Monique Johnson Diane Jones Michael Jones Mike Kenyon Laurie Klein Chris Knabenbauer Christine Knowles Monique Krikorian Wendell Kimp Below: Terell Gherke tries to convince his friends that his Suziki is worth dollars he's asking for. 4. I. P ,. l lf ki I, W 'P lv suZUK' Suresh Krishnan Fernando La-Barbera the two Above: Eric Bland smiles as the salesperson helps him match his clothes. 1 Loren Land up 'N' Michael Leflore - 13 -4 -V v- - -9 i nl . N Doris Lester J A , ,,. t-- , ta- 7 l Mindy Lewis 69 fe ' --Y ' I -sf, I Todd Lewis , 7 N A Nh N A , Steven Lockhart ' f A .4g. l I K -, XR - Hung Loi J A, f Lynda Lord gl, fm, ,f ' Quynhnhu Ly Y . Q Hoa Mac 4' J l 54' "' yawn" X " Marshall MacCready 'ka 5-7 B' "' 3,9 5- , ' . :ff John Maisterra qt. I . , , "F "' 3: ' Craig Maloof ' Z I L A 'V sr V Martita Mares X V ' V J- 5 'Ll ' L-.X 1 I 141. A . , , Y 'S Regine Marsh -7, I Antoinette Martin ' Kellie McAlister l X V gr ., John McGinley l qt ' 'r 'E W ' Nemecio Medina v :fl ' ,gf Rodolfo Medina 2 i ' ' Carolina Mendoza far l l s, S b y' l ' ' " 'l l . xx Sarah Mendoza ,I Melissa Miele l - A 1 X A1 Aloma Miller N "" " LJ' T3 . - l - ' Alondra Miller . . ...Q ' 5' 1, f 5' 5 X . is ' -e-' Kevin Mills gg- 'M' 3 ' Steve Mitchell ' ' ' 3 ' l . L ,lg ' L K ve, i""is-,, M Q --bf 1 1- . f' f-:sewn . -, - , f ' ' K - ffli fl! ix A laflk.. flf,li', its J 2' t y ., ' '- . :P I - . . ff , it '14q+,4'-qfxg ,f gf l s. in lv 'fl v cgi N, J . 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X . we vig pw, 0 J I Mini, N ,A 5,1 X684 we 1. , i f . .N M, .V ,ef , i. , , v f I 3 A rf :i 'f U gc, mf i J T I i . ' im. , f' 4 P- . . 4 .W nr Q ,, T, F U 1 X ,f-fa ,gg lf, Zig, Fil? 3 sua! 3114 5 IW sy X A i 1 S I . N., 55 X Vg san X ..,,, fyfrggiiuxQj!.yggfYi,:y 3 T I ,, ' , --.E,,3,, V, A ali li Cjg1fll'CTl? T5 le ff! gl if? fj- fu, o'...l-. , gy. ,4 .x,,,1 a..,,e...5,-.9 115 fsfws. Gina Prudholm Albert Quinde Christina Quiroz Juan Ramirez Teresa Ramirez Veronica Ramirez i W ' '- gf km l il xx K ll Brian Rife n ' j Edward Robinson 1 x Steven Robinson v - 1 " Y '5- Maria Robles ' ' i ll? l ,W ,. i Ernesto Rodriguez 'I x -fa 53 if Q 1' 'Tv I J ' Teresa Rodriguez Anthony Russell Luzelma Sanchez Southala Sayphraraj Steve Scherer Sylvia Schwemmer Laureen Scott Phillip Shamburger Carla Shrgart Stephanie Sianez Gabrielle Sims Holly Smith I' it L' its . 'P L, , V5 ,fi 6 nf A he :lil Qlxg -Q55 , Shelby Smith Vanetta Smith Vernice Smith Katy St. John John Stone Paul Suggs Sameena Syed us u Ui 'br .116 XA l IQ ix .uf ""u V z 1 ,f,,,,ha A-fa. , sm tw at 'K W, V ' x it Left: Trying to avoid the cameraman, Doug Galindo pretends to do his homework. Above: Jeremie Basmajian looks at her yearbook layout in disgust. Right: Unlike Doug Galindo, Brandon Bowlin flashes a look at the camera, .. V i t 'f ll Aix il re 2 n a , , 1 4 4 . 4 - ' AX .f Xfl ii u Af' 9- ..., h - 9 A -, I . 1 - i Q 0 . ' 5 ,- 9 la it 15- - ,- 5 y- 5 - Q Q' ' .,, L. 7 0- 1 ,Lt 1 ' L kr E ' .,, - l J WA ly ,T Q' I W L i. l Miguel Taico Tammy Tanner Kim Taylor Elyce Thomas Zondria Thornton Louisa Tong Gabriel Torres Jeffery Turner Carla Llccles Maria Vacio Maria Vargas Norma Vasquez Ramiro Vasquez Leslie Venerable Danny Villegas Hector Villegas , llllliiggl N . .ps 'J is T' V " W . V ,fy LL "L ,il bf ' - 1' x - R' T ' L is W' V KX L Lexx 'T . L ' K X. Robert Wing Emily Wong 1- ,uv-5 Melinda Woods Nick Woods Orell Woods Roberta Woody Katsumi Yoshida ' " O " 0 ' I 1 ll Rose Ann Virzi Todd Vradenburg Kecia Walker Roy Washington Leonard Whipple Lanette Williams Anne Wilson Rod Wimberly i 5 ' n 5 0 o I I 5 5 0 nf ,fr my ,f' x,y4 ,imxy x,f" w..! A '-,fi X, mx! 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G' up-9 4 .ff bi hr- ,,... an VJ f I W u ii 9 4' l ff 2- s ix , Above: Laurie O'Neill shows her winning Colgate smile. Below: Two enthusiastic Blai students show their spirit after another successful Pep Rally. - .4 2 5, 9 if .,-p ., 2 5 1 M' .wg -at , A x 5 . 1 4 L, ' "" i'i' i 'i i i ffm ll 1 il t 3 A T' -' 'Ulm X- W" "7 frm- 'a F2 Q ' Maria Chico 'C be t Mike Coleman -ws.: Nm f 'ill 1 i l I V W x Above: Jeanette Jackson slowly strolls to class. ' Below: Mike Coleman uses an intimidating stare to try to improve his grade. 5 S 1' N"'1 , , . 1 S' V iq 'M' 9' 1' ' iv , , N, t W V s X I Va., ' Y , K 5' l S -1 L 'L V ' '- X,-1 W 1 .Q n.. F ' 0 V I.-f I ' 4' -- . , I I s' ' F ,a,. mix! I 3 it , .. 3' f e fjs WF Qxf W M wiki ,.,, .g ,iff - ,pi 1 L 1 Y, s-, - - ha x '3 4 at - . is ill V I K .. A1 to .M , , l to , '4- sf. 5' A.. n 1 fy ,Y llI!!I! !II E ' :jj :lying .ef ' yf if N Vfhdf- n +5 ' I - r l layup. nw-nuuntni-L -.ai-mutha Donald Collier Norma Colon Elsy Concha Chase Connerly Martha Conner Alex Contreras Sergio Corona Gilbert Coronado Maurillo Cortes Monique Craft Diane Cramer-Borneman Chris Crowder Vannia Cuba Amy Curtis Darryl Davis Lisa De Boes Maria De Casas Nora Del Hoyo Vania De La Cuba Sean Diarse Ricardo Duarte Simeon Ducksworth Timothy Echols Evelyn Eldonor Kevin Elshout Maria Esparaza Fred Espinosa Darcey Estes Ralph Ettress Bob Evans Rosie Fernandez Melissa Fisher Gustavo Flores Glen Flournoy Lorene Fleming Marvelle Foster Lance Franklin Arthur Galindo Reza Galindo Vania Gallardo Abraham Gallegos Beatriz Galvan Julio Gallgel Mauru Ganther Maria Garcia Dora Gardea Pablo Garza Julie Geremesz Greta Gertmanian Lisa Gholar Sieal Gibson Alfred Gipson Andrew Goddard Manuel Gomez Carlos Gonzalez Edwin Gonzalez Fernando Gonzalez Gloria Gonzalez Sergio Gonzalez Kenith Graham Kim Grant Franchon Gray tx 't if ? 's X- . Sf' i xx W, hi? f .ani ei Above: "Baby Smurf" is obviously enthusiastic about his 50 page Paw 50,1 , is 1,2 Qmrgg wear homework assignment. Right: Anthony Ruth and friends show their Blair spirit. -xr ,, H K, N M l -4 l A Q i fi - . 1 l., I rl fx ,, -1 g g Q '. -is - e - A X X 1.1, 1 f ,l :L gg J . , x " T Ji , 1 ,I qs 'QL' . ,,,. : l X '55 - 5 lf? f S-. W wrt Right: Norah Jolley lives up to his name. F?E'i3li??lH ' "M-.j.1"1 I w . ,, 'D J..- ' , ,le 9-4 ..'! cv- , 27" -me ,.,.N, Mr 'z M, N wit. -I A ffl, , Above: Eric Oberholtzer and Joan Virzi give their divided attention to their teacher. V XZCF. Q , , rw' l " l 1 al 3 i flu -7 'xl y S' xxx ,li bg ll' ,' Q , ' fl wr i x R I il 7,, l t i E ' ll Jennifer Gray Sylvie Greene Nichelle Greer Ana Guerrero Teresa Gutierrez Michelle Halton Steven Hargis Sean Head Deshawn Hearn Monique Hearn Gregg Hearst Melinda Helms Travis Henderson Fidal Hernandez Maria Hernandez Angela Herrera Carmen Herrera Luis Herrera Hasani Hicks Tamani Hicks Lolaletha Hill Casandra Hockenhull Bridget Holloway Ronald Hopkins Jeff Hubbard Leona Hubbard Kathryn Huerla Leshon Hughes Karen Hurst Jeanette Jackson Randolph Jackson Ronald Jackson Alfonso Jara Fred Jenkins Susanna Jimenez Joseph Johnson Pamela Johnson Darrin Johnston Norah Jolley Jeffery Jones Sherry Jones Tammy Jones Teddy Jones Oralia Juarez Rafella Juarez Louis Kahn Kirstin Karipides Raed Khalaf Young Kim Jerry Knowles Theodore Koch Elke Kostelac Ara Koundakjian Gower Krachman Mai La Wesley Lake Clarence Laster Adelma La Torre Kevin Lauderdale Danica Lee George Lewis Staci Littleiohn Michael Lockhart Donald Lopez Rosalinda Lopez X 50 QVW oi 5- A-af, 5. 1 iii -A ' 13 nv P all 5' W l hz? .1 x. sf? Q Q T J, ss J 2' l I l is Y R: Q ! fy is il ag .L 20 -'S-W L gl. e 4 l Nil- J 'll X ll B FX LL -TED L gl E9 E1 ' l 5: e gf I :ra L , 1 , 2-- 5:1 at ' - i A f ' it L- sal A gi, i in is-i if ui X . f'X I, 'L L, l it '51 x',,.4 ' fi? ,nel 1 VF Far above: Kenneth Williams and Sam Morgan show their spirit and love for each other. Above: Trying to look as innocent as possible. John Stauff convinces the security guard that he is not ditching. ' O QE!! R L H X' . J 5' + it ggwq , ff ,l J 2 41? esp r x Q .P ' i l B , r 55 cqrxvjvixslfi S14-fqaglrpl, f lx L jf EXIT-,yi --illyglgblix is 'xi X. X U3 Xfbb .lu X i f i i f To ij-Jgaiitrib H- I ' N A N C ,J . 4 J l J y y A t JM 1 i -ef egg. ml Q gr-r' l E ri uh-x N.- -xr ?-9-v' l ,L Cl C rl i ,, 'x L-. . 5' , u L ..- Y 41-V :ya , ' 1.- Xi wwf? X 0 54, x Eurado Lorenzo Henekiah Luckey Lorrie Luna Kecia Lyndy Julie Lyne Anh Mac Ernesto Madrigul Saul Mares Michael Marin Regina Marino Tonya Marshall Robin Martin Yourlanda Martin Evangelina Martinez Tina Mastorakes Doug Mcbath Shelia Mclnnis Sheila McNiff Fernando Medina lseia Melara Tamara Minnitt Robert Mills Ruben Molina Maria Monge Maricella Montes Sophie Monteroso Chris Moore Dawnye Moore Elizabeth Morgan Samuel Morgan Edith Morrison Ana Mungilla Candelario Muro Robert Nyuyen Cesar Nufio Reed Olmstead Laurie O'NeilI Zenaida Oliveras vf-,.,'57N-5 I A I fr 'T ling !T,i.-ta, fkmyjsxx gi-j-Af,-qkx L, Mi ' P E w ' A M W iff-11-li E :,:,+: 1 ,wQi,1 S f X I X X I RW! 55 ' H :ll fNi"1::j7MtJVlQQf4ifxf twin? 5'4JfMRi J! I fcll? fgg-X 'JC X ' ,J "'f I ef A A M l f, ,E l f iffllno if-,iw Jacqueline Osborne Erik Oberholtzer Alexandra Palmer Eugene Palmer Jose Paniagua Sean Parker Sandra Peron Somphone Phongsa Angel Pimentel Jesus Pimentel Sandra Placenia Philip Plaslellano Reggie Prince Amy Provence John Puffinburger Chris Real Panagota Regopoulos Frank Renzullo Nick Renzullo Javier Reyna Georgina Reynoso Lisa River Senovio Rivera Kim Rodriguez Salvador Rodriguez Dwight Rogers Ada Romero Roberto Romero Margarita Rosales Danny Roth Tersa Ruiz Jackie Russell Anthony Ruth Timothy Sams Bernardo Sanchez lrma Sanchez Marcelino Sanchez Sergio SandoYal Bryan Taylor Chamthari Sayphrarat Pam Schoonhoven Regina Schweska Suzanne Schweska Armando Sepulveda Maria Serrano Robin Shamburger Heidi Shane Robert Shaw Peter Sherrod Keith Sherry Timo Siltanen Maria Simental Lucilo Simental Johnny Smith Melinda Smith Juan Solis O " Exf.X . A -wifi 1 df X I' rr' v 1 :lf A as r' 1 1 1, J ' ' ' K X . S L S T 3 5 aci an .., X- 5 , J Svua ga 357 A 'N L ' f El 1 lf- 1 J 319' T .Vw T Y hill M 77", A i f y ' sraatxlgl V li ' J W. "" A all -5. 7, , 'S' - 1 , v F1 Ywvk b-v' X ,. if 42- .- ,'7 K ,lcv W A-3 X 'T' I. if W Vai T' r J T 1 , -1. C , ., M I Q, i 'R H JW ,x 3 H no Gy- ..qq ,-4 ,ff ,io-x N .M -as i is i "1 if , I K3 ' 1 mf T rv' ' Q so 5 s..,.e ,rg , - T A I All .34 T U- ' .- 5- - T T Y 'Fx 17 Above: Evelyn Eldnor shows her surprise at the grade that she received on her history final, l .4 5242, L- , l' V . ' Ab . l af T 'U ' gall'-?14.:.Q.x ,- "' J ll J , J ' g 1 ,A ' N 1 ' x I li in E' 2 ' sb I Y 'xx ' ' I . W . . V' . ' 74 . ll I. X'f'm'l'!. .' 'S-f 'N.f'WS.f " 'WAN x A--A i Iii , lil ff , 'J if F U t A. T Ls L I 'S 1 LA flu , m 1,45 K- .?' .,f ' F' I- T ae 2' , - 2 , Yi X 'ss it l , T! G? ,M 6 , L- , v 2- X -,L , 1 X . 4 . .g A L. My if llxa t W Y Above: Maury Danther, Tyrone Johnson, and Troy Jackson show their best GQ pose. Danny Sun N , y Ingrid Sunay .5 ,, 7, Y -,, Nicole Suzuki 3' is " Chantilly Taylor bvN " . 't Lance Taylor -,. A , A , Q ' z Mable Taylor X , ' , Pamela Teasley K .A ll' NU41 ... Q..-4 A L- T e? 2 f . I Il N l VV , N is -er ' i ' . I y 2 L Eli ,gs 4 ll ' ' 5 Marcilde Soria Jacqueline Sowell Danny Stanfield John Stauff Audrey Stephenson Kim Stevens Lisa Stewart Daryl Stokes Michael Stokes Anita Tedhams Elia Terriquez Maurrylen Thomas Van Lane Thomas Heather Tierny Joi Truitt Cauillermo Torres Marcia Turner Emily Wade Ferdinand Wagner Wais Wahab Patricia Walker Scott Wallerstedt Robbie Walter Michelle Walton Danavita Watson Jennifer White Tammy Weaver Tim Whitbord Tersa White Sonia Wiggins Eliseo Williams Kenneth Williams Dwana Willis Henry Willis Marlene Willis Michelle Wopschall Yolanda Woods Madeline Uclaray Chris Uzeta Tina Uzeta Rudy Valdez Eric Vanderveen Victoria Vasquez Jose Velez Lisa Velez Joan Virzi Sophia Yen Ivan Zawinul Michael Zinzun -4 o - o i - 0 3 0 ' 0 z 0 '6 ' .1 .,4gVx.!f'X.!lmbX.!. .lJnbx.',Q.!lEK.Q If Vnfmf E Mfg, ,IO 'x ' ' ' ' ' ' ' A ' - , A - - - - Fre hm n Beginning a new year in an unfamiliar atmosphere can be a frightening exper- ience. This is a familiar feeling for any member of the freshmen class. Try to think of a term that describes a freshman and you come up with words like "cau- tious," "confused," and "curious." There was a lot of talent in academics and ath- letics, and most became very involved in activities. Picking a freshmen out of the crowd is DOI a hard task. It is a freshmen who usual- ly walks into the wrong class, or the one who carries a map of the campus during the first semester, or the one who walked to Allendale thinking it was C-campus. Being a freshmen class officer wasn't a easy task. lt truly took a lot of time and effort combined with a busy schedule. Trying to get other class members inter- ested and motivated to get involved with the happenings at school was a full time job. The freshmen class was led by Presi- dent Sean Boyd. Vice-President Barbara Davis, Secretary lldi Pentek. and Treasur- er Pat Brandt during the fall semester. ln the spring, President Brenda Ramirez, Vice-President Jose Munoz, Secretary Ru- ben Brown, and Treasurer Efren Paniagua, led the active class. Several officers showed great leadership capabilities. The class was under the fine advisorship of Virgina Berrentini. During November, the class had a very successful candy apple sale which got them off to a good start financially. Due to the success of the sale in November, the class decided to have another in the spring. Finally, their spirit at assemblies was exceptional. They let the rest of the classes know that they're proud to be the Freshmen Class of l987. Although Blair is a great adjustment from junior high school, they have adapted well. They showed great leadership qualities for their years to come at Blair. Top: Sean Boyd wishes he was back at home in bed. Above: Andy Laakmann laughs at Yuichi Handa's joke. "What's up Chuck?" Oppostie clockwise: Larry Koh thinks, "Wow, l'm getting my picture taken!" Cameron Totten takes time out to pose for the camera. Jose Munoz tries hard to get his homework done before his favorite T.V. show begins. Barbara Davis looks hard for her favorite pen. Jean Cativiela turns fiercely around to see who threw the ball at him. wa .,... ,Vive-Af' L 1, :www ,,, , 224 .. 2, ': "e?'4 1122 ,. W.,-2 'ZW "Qui . .. ' .fH?"l- ' f W , -. 2.5. ,iwgfh 4' ':,,.?5?4Zf .W .,-'Mc -,,,f.,.wfU Q. .wQi,,,"' fwiayh' gmiwj 1,41 4. 1 ,wr 'W . 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VVVV V X ll"'1 :, A . rn I: 3 A 'A -2- tea 5 lx .. ,en il' L- - . ! ,. - Eduardo Carrillo Emma Carrillo . Eduardo Casas Eva Castaneda , Luis Cateaneda . Jean Cativiela it T l 'F S ' . F fl! th A X E M5 ua X.. limo- 12 ,Q .V -L. 'r 11' ir" F 4 .Qi - If A I - if f -f V F g l L i,rl"'+1r. t W Francisco Cervantes Francisco Chacon Alvin Clark Fred Coffee Celeste Colbert Michelle Colee Sean Comiotes Ernesto Coronado Cassandra Correa Mark Crear Dexter Crockett Virginia Cubbage Carmen Cushman Michelle Dakan 1 J 5 V l fiat L 3 P E X, ,f if f' 1 - is z: M so F 3.4 AA 'E-1 Y 3.1 0,9 Mg J-, J 5- O 53.2 Ei gr -O 3? Ea XE' 0- 22 Q91 21 Q-Y' 3 : ?5 'M E2 is 53 i- I' Vp: j 'l' af u , X D 7' 1 fl - lil! ill! dll, C' Xi., fly, R A if V n af tennis match is much more interesting than his book. Above: How do you spell relief? B - R - E - N - D - A, Nx'N '1 v j"K X-l L is , HN JSF 4: Heather Daniels Barbara Davis Kenneth Davis Phillip De Anda Maria De Luca Maricela Delgado Daniel Dewey Vinh Do Spencer Dugan Sandra Dusenberry Rochelle Ellis LaShanya Emerson Ruben Escalante Lucina Esparza Manuel Esparza Victor Esquivel Maria Estacio Armando Estrada Luis Estrada Ruth Estrada Timi Fakhoury Valarie Fellows Shelia Foster Wanda Fuller D James Fullerton Araceli Galvan Kimberly Goff David Golub Ernest Gonzales Marie Gonzales Victor Gonzales Edgardo Gonzalez Melissa Goodell Mark Goodstein . Christian Gorman Jerry Goyette Elisia Grant Claudine Greene Catherine Gregg Dionne Griffin Ann Griffith Anthony Grimes Ana Guerrero Jaime Guevara Venecia Guy Leslie Hall Sharon Hall Yuichi Handa Karen Hanft Georgeann Hanna Fredreece Harrison Marc Hartman Brenda Hatcher Jeffrey Hearst Kindra Henderson Anna Hernandez German Herrera Sabrina Hetz Connie Hockenhull Jocelyn Hsieh Kimberly Hubbard Jason Hue Bridgette Hughes Thanh Huynh Adela lbarra James Jacobs Roger Jansson Darren Johns Clea Karipides Kamaljit Kaur Tiffany Keith Lulani Keliikoa Pamela Kennedy Yoolim Kim Anthony King John Kirkgaard Kristin Knudsen Laurence Koh I Fay , " gr' X 1: i i -1- ,, te Ky., X F 5, Mr 'U , X X ' ,' x xy . ,E -1 if 1 his ' get 1' ,pi 23'-J: 5 X - Y , :gufw-'X I ' s , me X e 'X . C, X. i SG- V' N' t Y fe, -1 WMC on ,f L , , .-Y 'V n 4Q'6 ly' Y Vg' Am Q. 5- .g we tm ,Hr-f N. . it "ivy - tr sq- 4 1 , . i pl 4 J i .. 2 5- -V 12, I Il tg- 'ia ' ' JL. If , , s o ,,,syy s 1 ff 9... N! inn: ' 9 . 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W f"'Zl. tt. M inf. i , . HPS 'W h-2 "U ' 'fr 'iff .427 lf . l ' J. U-2 1 .A inf- 1' if 4 . . 1 , -U 1 in at . Ci ' J' Q.,- L L 41:4 s' ,- 'QI' '9' ll, 6 R l ,,, A 2.417 x l XX Asp S 1 fax, 54, -K az. 23 Y hr- X ,, i E9 is . l'.f:,. Y I 'S iz.. Q fi Sl -he e i ra :Ay cl s Q E SN 24 A :- 1 XS l '11 . l' ,R fe -1 A ,K rr b X V- O w Q X,f 0 . o l- l - o -- Q - - Q - ' 0 0 '4 l ' 'X' ' ' xx v" .x' 'I I Xa ! ' 'NOX fd .VIA Y , .- - u - o .JK Q A A i" ll .. ua 0 I ' ,XJ "4 ku!! X X -- -.. ,,, -, Q, -s- -- C If .f""V Opposite above: Bridgette Hughes, Oscar Soto, and Maria Amaya show they're proud to be freshmen, Opposite below: Jeff Hearst is amazed at the way the people on the next court play. Above: lldi Pentek says. "Who said you could take my picture?" f . nn-.L 6' x ' V. 5 ' 4 1 IR N X J XX, K -C. ies ra! VL. J 8 n Hof ' i I s 5 A A , 5- ' ,,. Y5- 'Y' Y 2: 'C' abs ' N4 1 Eb 21. K g' - L". ,i V, -X X it -, ' 'X . fi, , Q. 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'g.lE.-.f' lx' R-I 0 ' lx' Studying -'iii- Grades -I-li1l 1 ' -fa MH- ISI Faculty Has Class Gutside of iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 5 f f , , 1 I , f , V z L: sk , I , x E V 2 F 1 4 . 1 1 , ' 5 ' J School 'K 1 I 42 ,pf yvw.-M M- V' , I 1 S1 l f A fx lv ,QM 21 -new-'q-, ' 1 M""!! .l A-,. 1' I- ,. ,' fl X, Academics l83 dmini tration hold Tight Through Thi k And Thin As September rolled around and Blair- ites were rushing to get the last bit of fun out of summer, the administration was working hard on their plan of action for the upcoming year. The class programs were sent out and the students were in- formed of the day they should attend the registration festivities. The school year commenced with many disturbances. Budget cuts, teachers' salaries, and stu- dent busing were the major problems. The new conditions caused many headaches and frustrations, but due to our adminis- tration's organization, the situation was resolved. 1 ' 'Ill' fffl' QB' iifl' C' ' 565 ,i fifth 'S' A, R ix M64 X fn A V If , fy .W 1 -can D X .W it M ,,.v rf I ! 1 - - as . 1 . f' u ' is 5 JZ ' 7' 2 . , ' a 4 A A QF qw ,1 if U .ij-' 9 I 4 'mx 'f' 7, g I ,V l T V, , g ' " - so", if' 2 K T if 1 - f 5 1 , Above: Top row - Charles Parcell, Ken Olsen. Mid- I1 fl' dle row: Norman Morrow, James Storms. Bottom Mgijlf. row: Kathy Lesley. Right: "O.K. l'll bring home 'V I 3 pork chops, two heads of lettuce, and the laundry." l84 Administration Mig as... num . .ffm-1 Though the year was tough for the staff and a number of responsibilities were un- expectedly thrust upon them our mighty Viking leaders pulled through. In green and gold t-shirts, they strode through the tunnel with inspiring smiles on their faces. Could a day go by without Ken Olson's cheerful hello? The friendly "Hey Kiddo" from Mr. Parcell was nice to hear after failing a chemistry test. Mr. Morrow's compassion concerning student activities was overwhelming. "Hey, l knew that Storms guy wasn't so bad after all." And of course the line of eager students waiting to dance with Mrs. Lesley proved that ad- ministrators are our friends as well as our mentors. The administration does a lot more than students realize. They dedicate a great deal of time and they are always around when they are needed. We would like to take this time to thank them for all the little things they do that make our years at Blair special. ff'dfl'C' 'l'C'l'l'l' ' ' ' I 46 Nm! l?1lmp3A'v 3. Above: Mrs. Lesley cheerfully shares lunch with a student. Top. "Who me? I'm a good boy" declares Mr. Storms, the dean of boys. Top right. "You don't wanna mess with me?! Do Ya? Do Ya?" thinks Mr. Parcell. Far right: Mr. Olson scans the scene to see if the coast is clear. I Administration l85 Th Crew That H lp U Throu h I , 1 I 1 I I 1 1 1 llllfl l86 Counselors Y if - ,X N ,il . f Qggxg 'i Lk .3 Top: Bill Warren. Gene Lambert, Don McAlpin. Above: Honey. is that youl? Top right: Hello, it's Howdy Doody time! Right: Mr. Lambert does his Sammy Davis Jr. impression. 3 X Who is always there to help you with your schedule, COUNSELORS. And who is always there when you have a question about college, the COUNSELORSIH This trouble solving trio is always around to help us over those troubled times we all have. These three men are irreplaceable and we are very lucky. We can't express our thanks and deep gratitude we have for them. I I I I I lil!! If you don't plan on'attending class, or ' you're going to show up casually late, be e C U r I t on the lookout for our fearless green secu- rity net. The members of our Blair staff, patrol the campus to keep students in 6 class and out of B.A.P. They also make sure that our students use the tunnel, which is a new policy. With the new, "go to the bathroom, go to the I 0 LI h dean" regulation, our security staff has had to crack down. I 'C' I ffl' I' I' fl' ,- Top: Front Row: James Cousins, Mrs. Aebersold. Back Row: Brenda Chism, Diane Jordan, Mark Hagen. Barbara Nelson. Tap left: "Watcha talking about Chuck?" exclaims Diane Jordon. Above: Mark Hagen is tired of watching students ditch class. Above left: Brenda Chism clutches her teeth when posing for photo. Bottom left: "Pass ladies?" questions Omar Plante. Security l87 THE FEW . . . THE PRGLID . . . THE SECRETARIE 'idiid ' 'iiiiiiiii As soon as school started, the small but elite staff of clerical help dug in to fight the many problems that plagued Blair. De- spite these mishaps, they utilized their small force to achieve the ultimate victo- ry - to get Blair running. The secretaries that normally stood guard over the summer had been relieved of active duty, and when the year began, they were in a frenzy to get the organiza- tion back on its feet. The new recruits lacked locker assignments and the atten- Above: Top row: Dorothy Montgomery, Judith Salis- bury, Sandra Swanson, Jennie Williams, Darlene Hampton, Naomi Mendez. Bottom row: Maria Valdes. Betty Johnson, Ann Smith, Edith Metcalf, Above right: Mrs. Mclntyre shares her knowledge. Far right: Ann Smith counts BAP points. Right: Stu- dents and staff share friendships. I88 Secretaries - 1,3 ' x 4 M 2, ,zz if 355' , 'if 4 dance program was still in training. ln addition to the hassles, duties were divided by percentage. Members of the group would work attendance, switch- board, and any odd jobs that needed to be done. At other times, they were sent to the counselors' and deans' offices. This separation of duties made work very tedious for our secretaries, but through the diligency and dedication of our surviving warriors, our campus ran smoothly. fl' 'ff 'ffl' 'Qffffl' ' I-...W 3 lltlrgmxm ' 'r llg. Vx l E Hu M i 3154, ,X 7 mr, . -:I-. Lum 3. M E 5 g . .I I V L :?"'..' 1, t, ,f' fl, AVV' ' 1 A' 3,121 Y 'A .fry - - 'VA QW. , - I ' 1 I, .3 ' ., ff 1, l X34 .3 rf we at ' !' f I ' 2 Z 1 f K' . .- 1' 1 Bottom: Mrs. Asquith is surprised at how much money ASB has spent. Above: Diane Moore scopes the scene. Left: Smile, Mrs. Montgomeryl You're on candid cameral Far left: Chuckie? He's not in right now." Above middle: "Let's see. . . 38 BAP points, not bad for one week." Above left: Staff enioys their precious lunch hour. Secretaries IS9 ix it up What would our school be without cus- todians? The custodial staff keeps our school functioning safely. properly, and neatly. This small group of dedicated men are always on call to tend to any emergen- cy that may pop up. Due to them our class- rooms are cleaned, our campus is kept tidy, and our plants and gardens are kept up. We benefit from them a great deal, yet custodian staff. ln addition to the custodians, the cafe- teria workers have a major job of impor- tance. Alone they manage and operate the cafeteria and canteen. Everything from the preparation of the food to cleaning duties is done by our foods and services staff. So next time you dig your teeth into a burrito or stand in the combo line think their efforts usually go unnoticed. We would now like to say THANK YOU to our SS Ot 0 ea U P of the staff that makes it all possible! """i6iii66c' s' .... .V,,, '-'ly' Wx? . -- -f" ,..,,,, ,alll 541- Above: The Fabulous Food Friends Right: The custo- dians are WANTED and needed at Blair Bottom: This Buds for you. Bottom right: lt's been a hard dayl y W- .. V. fmf' sll' ll ,rg T New: 1-or 1- 4 ' vez. A t, H"'f- fzlilal-1? 1 N1 - Q Q 7 495, 5 Q ,g 9 Qi. ,' I 5 , """" .,s..-- ..---- f 5 A i 1 2 1 l9O Cafeteria and Custodians If you've ever felt disillusioned with classes, noticing no immediate effects students. Home economics teaches as much to earnin Fir t H nd 68' iiiiiiiiii other than a swollen brain, you might try the Business Department. Many students have entered the business world after graduation as a result of the excellent business program here at Blair. The overall opinion about Blair's Busi- ness Department is that it is very effec- tive in preparing students for future ca- reers. Business teachers who were deter- mined to prepare students fully for careers in business set high goals for their I I I l wwQ,, if lik M? 1 'wi H ff agua V 'ti 332+ was WX , 'I ---l . sv. ' ,' vt- Q 3 -1 A X- 4 :ffl dx-"...9' A " A V",-P' , - ,igykl ' 5 ' , is ", all ,F 5-,W l v. u ,I 1 1 V- If A .fag ,WK I X .egg students as English, Math, or History. Rather than gaining knowledge from a book, these classes are basically hands-on learning experiences. Of the courses of- fered, Foods, Sewing, and Early Childhood Education are the most popular. So, if you've ever had a cake fall, or sewn a zip- per in backwards, or just can't seem to understand kids, let the experts in the Home economics department make your life easier! wx, ..,, . ...,., sf i g 1 wr ,1,,,.5,.,.g.,.a,.,,.,. we 'scaxswv W-1-1 1 -, ,ff I " m f ll Z' t lv ' Sl l . V X, Above left: Mr. Steelhead Jr. receives a heavy breather during fifth period. Left: We present to you ... the I976 Miss America f Miss Buckner. Above: Mrs. Hernandez models for yearbook pictures. Above right: Students using the computers hope to further their knowledge in the field of business. Business and Home Economics l9l is Math Department Solves All Proble This year math requirementS became more rigorous and students literally hit the books in such classes as algebra, ge- ometry and trigonometry. Due to increas- ing requirements by the colleges, stu- dents were advised to take more math- ematics. Our math teachers are very involved in activities in and around Blair. Mr. Aroma- tario is the advisor of the Jr. class, as well as the baseball coach at Muir. The chess club benefits from Mr. Larsen's expertise. I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 Above: First row - Mrs. Taylor, Mrs, Williams. Top: Mr. Larsen, Mr. McDonald, Mr. Armatorio. Above right. Mr. McDonald gives his typical Monday morn- ing smirk. Right. Dave Armatorio rushes out of the parking lot due to a Big Mac attack. l92 Mathematics 'ti '41 fi . ., ,,,, div-1,11 ,lp its , 11? "Ufp.W f ' V x 1 Nr- 5- It 1'- lx 'llnskfa .. , D g- Mrs. Taylor is the proud advisor of CSF and BEACON. The Sophomore class en- joys Mrs. Williams cheerful help as its ad- visor. Due to the great demand for com- puter classes, Mr. McDonald has been able to utilize his vast knowledge of the com- puter field. Mr. Lopez helps our Latino population understand the already con- fusing mathematics. Throughout the year, the math teachers supported us wholeheartedly, in every way, means and manner possible. I 1 I III I III I I I I 8 6 rf? - J i it it li- 'le I I I I I G ZEIjT.'f' ' 5 ' 2 ' .,f:ffg,f.c9 ., ' , - 54L34a,g6! ' , . V 'flfgt ' r A Above left: "P.T.S.A. wants me?" says KoKo Williams. "What an honor!" Above right: Mr. Lopez finds time out of his busy schedule to pose for a picture. Left: "You want me to do what?" exclaims Mrs, Taylor. Above: "What's the problem here?" asks Mr. Larsen. X Mathematics l93 The English Department offers stu- will probably receive at Blair. Biology may E n I i N t dents the best practical education they fade from memory, and geography may HOT seem important even if it could be G I P remembered, but because it is used day n a 0 after day as a necessary means of commu- y nication, the English education received 0 at Blair will stick with you throughout your E d L f life, for those who accept it. Ve a y I e Contrary to what some students may believe, grammar is a relatively small as- "'66' ' 'iidmidd l94 English Q Q . , ,,,. 62. A U M - ,fe 9 -b f-' . ,fi . Q f e 2. 3 W ' , '71 1 Upper left: Robert Rasmussen, Pat Barnett, Ed Waller. Mario Gallo, Jane Downhower, Gerald Gar- den, Norma Russell. Upper right: "l pity the fool who doesn't do my homework." Above: "What do you mean l'm not getting paid?" Left: "You've got to be kidding." V-.Z Z a',A .3 ' Half A194 " ' .1'221i2ii2Q . ' e:5f'il1.:"2-1A??7f' 1 '-W await viii 3gflg"4Qiefff- 'ZS if ' ff, 44, l M1 J lf? 4 V i e2,,q,.,- '55 'Mg wr ' 1-g?,'v1?i'faz,5erfA ga-,,.:,' ,A Hung f',1,g5,vxp,, .5221 I M M41 ' 11.11" 521: -U , 33,1 O xx pect of the English Department. Perhaps the Department objective should be clear- ly defined! Undoubtedly many people don't use proper grammar, but which is more important: what is said, or how it is said? Emphasis in most classes was placed on developing the mind to a level of under- standing beyond the surface. Delving into what may have seemed an unimportant episode in a book and coming up with a totally new and meaningful interpretation, I 1 I I I .D F .4 E , was the goal teachers set for most their students. Not all people relished the idea of having to write deep, insightful essays, but to those who successfully completed the task, came the rewards of a satisfied mind and a commendable grade. When someone is able to communicate on virtually every level of thought, no door can be closed to him. As this year departs, with it goes another group of people who attest to the success of Blair's English De- partment in attaining its goals. I I I I i I I I I I I if 0-:3 i Q -nf rr Upper left: "Not now Keshia, l'm taking a picture of my footl" Upper right: top row, Richard Miyagawa, Julie Owens-Rice, Joe McFadden, Bottom row: Glad- ys Roshko. Virginia Berrenttini. Left: Mr. Barnett does his Tom Sellek impression. Above: Ms. Berent- tini does her tinkerbell impression. f f ' xl Jn? In i Above: Bruce Wallace tries out for a role in Flash- dance. Right: "Stop calling me, l'm getting my picture taken," says Don Van Orman. Far right: Mrs. Down- hower chuckles as she grades a students essay. History Th M n Sides of Histor 'dddiduidiii . .Aa 1 I I 4 xff-wx st NNN-at IWW 1- Bl.. V, M. 1 i.f'f"!'x ff i 1 1 -. - 1 X WF., X Xi , 4 X 5 fum-ir? One of the largest departments at Blair is the Social Studies department. Every student is required to take a full eight se- mesters of social science. From ninth grade urban problems and world geography to twelfth grade govern- ment and behavioral science, the depart- ment offered a well balanced education. Though some students may not have ap- preciated their social studies, they will later find themselves using the informa- I I I I I We tion learned in both the most common and the least expected situations, as well as beinv able to impress just about anyone Teachers within the department boast about the positive attitudes from the stu- dents Many extras have been added to the curriculum such as police visits. The Social Science department is one of the 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 1 -J -.V -.J 1. Above. "Wait, which one's the chalkl?" thinks Mr. Crowe. Top. back row, Mr. Alfaro, Mr. Waller, Mr. Crowe, Mr. Cox. Front row, Mr. Sotelo, Ms. Wycoff. Mr. Wallace. History I9 They Blinded LI With Scie ce All students at Blair take science some time during their four years. Whether it's for college preparation or just meeting graduation requirements. The Science De- partment manages to please just about ev- erybody, those who are science-oriented and those who are not. The majority of the students seem to prefer life sciences to physical sciences, though both have good enrollments. There is something about H knife and 3 dead frog that can grip the attention of any unnatural-born scientist as well as fas- cinate the natural borns. Science teachers have noticed that labs take away from their lecture popularity, but on the grounds of seeing is believing, they are forced to submit to demands. As requirements from graduation and colleges increase our science department becomes stronger. Due to the require- ments we are looking towards the future and seeing more people enrolled in our various science offerings. I 4 1 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-wffiu -A 1 Above: Happiness ls Doing Equations Of Universal Systems. Above right: Herb Cohen shows his inno- ' cent look. Far above: James Hsu, Joe Ballard, Chuck Lamb, Bottom row: Shirley Cohen, Herb Cohen. Far above right: "You want to dissect a what?" asks Mr. Lamb. l98 Science Speakin L Gur If you are interested in people, one of the most enioyable departments can also be one of the most rewarding. Learning a foreign language is interesting as well as fun. Once learned, it can be of infinite use in understanding and relating to people with whom you otherwise may not have ever been able to. The motivation to travel and to learn of a particular country is heightened by the knowledge of its native language, The possibilities of meeting people are much greater, Though cut funds and smaller enroll- ments were responsible for a reduced number of language classes, interest still ran high. iiiii' 'iiiiiiidi l RSM papers. 019 Q? Upper left: Mr. Liden and Mrs. Russell look over some Lower left: "lt's Howdy Doody time," says Mr. Liden, Above: Parlez-vous francais? Habla usted espanol? Mr. Ibarra. Dr. Battaglia, Mrs. Russell Language l99 S ecial Peopl For Special Progra , 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 a lil ln addition to the regular curriculum of- fered, Blair houses programs for students who need or desire special classes. Pos- sessing the only campus in the district that is equipped for the physically handi- capped, mainstreaming is a major focus. Students with impaired hearing and vision have their schedules supplemented by teachers who are trained in the specific areas. The COPE program, implemented three years ago with a bit of controversy, has I I I I I 200 Special People .ai Top left: Mrs. Simmon-Carr, Mrs. Brookins, Mrs. Laakmann, Mrs. Bland. Top right: Mrs. Fleischer shows us a new language through signing. Top mid- dlef Mr. Alfaro tries to whistle with crackers in his mouth. Bottom left: "Where am I?" thinks Mr. Ozawa. Above: Mr. Card plays his cards right. proven its benificence in guiding teenage girls through pregnancy, while remaining in school. With over 407, of the student body be- ing of foreign origin, the ESL CEnglish as a Second Languagej department is especial- ly strong. Classes in Chinese, as well as Spanish, are available for those students who have not yet obtained total command of the English language. Another program, though much less in demand, nonetheless. desired, is that of JROTC, Uunior Recruit Officer's Training Corpsj. This group of approximately 30 members meets as a regular class, but may also be found at lunch or after school polishing up their skills. Boasting this extensive schedule of programs, Blair goes above and beyond the fundamentals of education to provide students with the special services they deserve. "iiiid6i6iii ii uma ' Top. Mr. Gallo teaches that remaining young at heart is as important as young looks. Top right. Mrs. Laakman smiles as she reaches for a whip. Above right: You can do better Mrs. Chandler! Above: Colonel Holmes sings his version of anchors sway. Q7 5,,. 5, V 13445 .Q I .. . lawns: .. 2 l Y 1 W - A----wffczw rr'1f"f1.: s, H 'll Special People ZOI Lets Get Phys'ca I fl' iff 'ffl' fl' The P.E. department at Blair deals with more than games and sports. Skills which students may use during the course of their life are attempted to be taught. Stu- dents are encouraged to enjoy participat- ing in sports and games that they pre- viously have not been exposed to. Here at Blair, students may choose from the regu- lar sports like football, basketball, and baseball but also have the option to select unique activities including golf, bicycling, dance, aerobic dance, and badminton. The coaches have done a good job in of- I I I I I E 42.31 I to , 7 -,Z 202 Physical Education Upper left: The bobsey twins flirt with the camera man. Lower left: Mrs. Brown tries out for the part of a mousketeer. Middle: Mr. Molloy is on the prowl for poten- tial ditchers. Upper right: "My gracious sakes," exclaims Mr. Steelhead as he watches football prac- tice. Lower right. Mr. Halstead informs the volly- ball of his game plan. fering a wide variety of activities for stu- dents to participate in. Thank you P.E. staff for helping us lead a healthier and more wholesome life. We appreciate it! I , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ill 1 li 1 ' assists 5 A 2 C-3 PF.,,, ,1,. . - x Upper left: Mr. Robinson does his Monday morning expression. Lower left: Mr. Buckner watches the clock, anxious for lunch. Upper right: Top row: Mr. Robinson. Mr. Plante, Mr. Sellers, Mr. Ballard. Bottom row: Mr. Steelhead, Mrs. Brown. Lower right: Mr. Ballard looks through the Zody ads for new team uniforms. i 5. u 2 U . 5, K. -.R Physical Education 203 Th Blu ll I ' Through the years, the music and dra- ma departments have slowly deteriorat- ed. This situation does in no way reflect the dedication of the teachers. Though evolving slowly, but now apparent, the n lack of participation by the student body has taken its toll on the department. Mr. Abdoo is the third band director to come to Blair in the past three years. His fresh enthusiasm attracted a few mem- bers, which will hopefully become the core for the coming years. Last year, thirty-eight seniors graduat- ed from Mr. Coday's choir and drama classes. This sudden depletion produced a discouraging effect at the beginning of the year, but it was quickly overcome by successful performances. Revisions in tra- ditional ideas were made to compensate for the size and newness of the groups. The department has survived the growing disinterest and developed an optimistic outlook through the devotion of these teachers. a,,a66iiyi,:.vrrr 204 Music Above: Mr. Coday thinks, "Wow! l could of had a V8." Middle: Sandy Coria studies her lines. Right: Mr. Abdoo sings along with his class. The Arts Are ore Th n .lu t Another Elective. Industrial Art and Art are often classes which are overlooked. But, if taken seri- ously, these classes offer excellent voca- tional training. Various works of art have been seen in the Saga, Star News, and the North Star. Some drafting students have received honors in several structural de- sign contests. Much time, effort, and thought go into these works of art. lt takes a special kind of person to be able to put their feelings and creative abilities to work. The arts are more than just an elec- tive. flffiillliflfzfl Wei , ,- 5719" ..-.,.Lf8v,. , ., .,,. -..Selma-f W fy ,.,.n.m.,...,,-.el-N , fs - W, Far left: Mr. Thornton tries out for an Llltrabrite com- mercial. Middle left: Miss Morris enjoys her two all beef pat- ties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun. Left: "lt's been a long day" Mrs. Reemer tells us without words. Top left: "Change your grade, are you kidding?" replies Mr. Heck. Top right: Mr. Bonenberger, Mr. Heck. Mr. Daniel- son. 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NELSON BONNIE WALKER 1025 Orange Grove Avenue South Pasadena, California 91030 C2131 799-1360 Class of 84 Bob and Maureen Carlson 151 - ' lane Hardy-Ripley Consultants A Corporation Mmm Government A Corporate Public Relations M A RESTAURANT ' . . AMY sacus 540 El Dorado Street Pasadena California 9l lOl 121 31 577-1738 l W. CALIFORNIA PASADENA. 9llO5 ..........795-5211.1 9 Mnussn MARCUS GOTTLIEB Quality Vitamins at Down to Earth Prices 153 W. CALIFORNIA PASADENA. CA. 91105 PHONE C2137 571-2711 Congratulations to the class of '84! Bring in your Blair student l.D. and choose one months supply of some of our best products - FREE! One item per person. gprnv..---Y Plaza Pasadena Pasadena, CA 795-9603 2l8 Advertising John Robert Powers P I Professional Modeling P Jana Williams The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed Best wishes for a happy and successful future Mom, Dad, and Steffan Aunt Dorothy, Uncle Herb and Foxy Personal Develo menl Photographic Mod l g 4 TV - Drama Al the Hilfon Hotel -Q' 150 s. iss Robles Grosvenor Plaza "s - rf b Alys swan Pasadena, CA 91101 12133 792-7121 J O I O Q Congratulations Ain and Monica! A ., 37 V V . hi T, , ,.:,,,.,,..-.,..,.,..W-,-1 pp, -Q-444B-""""""afgm ! Q 1 .A X V ' ... Cl. We sell brains, computers, and calculators. l756 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 9llO6 68l-lO58 Good Luck Tammy in your years to come. Weaver and Associates Land-Surveying Company Ad rtisin g 2l9 .ii.i1.'Qrg1emj.Likb3zs Haagen-Dazs FIEITQQ 2111699545 . r-Lf . H' -x . Ice Cream Shoppe 526 Souih Lake Avenue Pasadena. 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The horse and wagon on Ramo stage, The extra necklace at the Olvera Street fountain, And looking for your names on Romancers cast page. Girl scouts. slumber parties, Arrowhead skiing, Wizard of Oz, Soccer, and derby hats, Happy girls show a sense of well being And the smooth turned grace of satisfied cats. You've done your time as obedient daughters. Checked out the world from your safe little nest, Now it's time to test the lonely waters With those at home wishing you the best. Happy Graduation, Jean and Ersrwhile Armistead Felines --v Q E .,-., 5,21 Vs.. 1 'HHN' I ' f , :ax . '4,,r f f,, 5 . fm- q l S l Y ., if 'h L '4-- f' x, it f el--, A LJ V LM... .-.aa , .,, r W. ""' JF" ' b 1 'fm -wigs . . X A ,J is . .-. l .pn , X To all our Miss one clay had some good will meet bombed the yea'F's been great especially with the Thai would be great. Wi' could YI But stene's, OH GOD, Julie: , gethe . AMXPM, Doug: bud. it's som Wlhere over E l m so ha' Miss f IIYS all my last 3 E You argl memories there! Th o Live! I L and for a senlo ea I rnovefl l wish ecome it's from bad go so we keep In t ch high school years so arable, ,,,..., .,' - Advertising Congratulations to Jules and her friends 1 I especially .leannej Carpet King 2I9 W. California Ave. Glendale, CA 243-425I Discount Prices LEQINGTON PLACE IIQ T MG STICK FOLK ART OUILTS GIFTS COUNTRY FURNISHINGS INTERIOR DESIGN DINAHROBERTS 552 SOUTH LAKE AVE PASADENA CA 91101 12131 793-0077 Plaza Pasadena Pasadena, CA 793-8159 224 A Congratulations to the class of l984 Sami Masri PHlLADELPHlA PizzA lI7 W. California Blvd. Pasadena, CA 792-O8I3 l2l3l 449-0246 5 Risis 855 EAST GREEN STREET PASADENA CALIF 91101 ullabnrales. Inc- ure - Plan if E: sf 2 2 5' wi Q. 'F L me sal Castle G ee B dge 9950 Ry odA P d cif9uo5 T, i213l7929343 ill! WVZW 5 dfkiha 24255 gf M54 CZZwuZZa0Q9b?qfJ tlie fifefveceen :7Qa55if Qlugli ylnimals 9 . 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Poor Underclassmen, we're leaving you behind. l really treasure the friendships I share with several of you. l'm really going to miss you guys! But who or what will I miss the most? l'll miss that last second that decides if we are the CIF basketball champs, I'll miss the assemblies, slave days, spirit weeks, flowerfballoon grams, football games, cheerleading, class meetings, ASB ,cm'washesandinostofaHthefHendsVveinade and grown with. God, the memories, l can't begin to dunkofthen1aH.Yes,histhatthne...lthoughtitwouM never get here. But now I only want it to go away, l think this will be one of the hardest things l've ever done. Saying goodbye toiny fHends.reaHUng that'Wt wHl never be the same", wanting to say and do more things, ifonw lhadrnorethne.ButldonW.lshnmy wanttoteH everyone concerned that I LOVE YOU and "thanks for the memories." LOVE ALWAYS, JEANNE w:wf,-fig." gi,-:.,.x-, H r ts ,qMA,,,v:2,,7 .Q 4, ,s .,, , .... w.-,-e..--,,,,... ...,,,, i,..,,.-,,,i.---..i-,-,W 5? l v Ah Eesolcg WEB 5 E i l . l., ,gf What is The Big Tomato? The place to come in Old Town Pasadena for fun 61 good health. 175 S. Falr Oaks Ave. 0 Pasadena, CA 91105 12 varieties of popcorn 35 varieties of fresh fruit free balloons for children super muffins and cookies the Big Tomato deli for sandwiches and drinks fresh flowers 226 Advertising C7c75la17LQ ClA55Lcf 84 R DA m fzawladozfd O -ffofskm X Wang O you YW Sri, Q uo N G f ' M 53 40' 9 1 4a"3tii'Q8v!5""fx . W UWW - , 35 w f W QW Y QQ f:2fW 011 ,lf Us X 7411'71"Z ,250 - R .LIZ 61 X X J CHM, '57, J 957 E. Coloraf?o Enlva 5? Powa9ena,Ca.9IIO6 ffoqgf X5 Phone 215- 795-0055. UU WUXX To the Song Girls and all those other people who made our Senior year as special as it was. To everyone who shared thelaughter,the tears,and aH the fun thnea Thankyouforthernemodea Love you. 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You made my 3 years at Blair bitchin', exciting, and also memorable. l had a jammin cheerleading year 82-83, thanks Nana. l'll never forget the gang. Love ya Tab and Lori, and everyone in A.S.B. But most of all i'Il never forget my sweetheart Delray. l'll love you al- ways. Lisa Handy l Lff QLAQQ of D 41- Best Wishes for the Future ! The Blair RT.S.A. ,nz Advertising Pasadena Dance Center 25 South Sierra Madre Blvd. Pasadena, CA 9IIO7 792-O8 73 Elly Van Dyk, Director Classical Ballet, Pre-Ballet, Gymnastics, Modern Dance, Jazz, Tap, Musical Comedy, Mime, Video Dance Clinic Ad t g 23I PATRO S The Aebersold Family Dr. James McBath Sandy Asquith Cardonna McClure John and Marcia Balderschwieler Miss McCummins Paul Bodenshot Maria McDonald Wendy Bodenshot Dianne and Ron Moore Sean Boyd Norm Morrow Keith and Mary Fay Brandt Shaunagh Mullett Mrs. Pate Cates Ken Olson James Cousins The Petrov Family Richard Crowe Jody Province Janet Davis Keith and Anne Pursel Donoghue 's Rod Enterprises Nancy and Richard Esbenshade Dino and Alice Rodriguez The Fox Family Gladys Roshko Jim and Priscilla Gamb Michael Scarborough Beth Gertmenian Paula L. Scarborough Grace Gertmenian William J. 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Your contributions are truly appreciated. 232 Patrons 'WWW' ,X Et ' gf , f ..-1 ,quid .,,, f ,-,..-p..,v4-1 'd I -in r xl In March the Blair community said good-b ye to a true and treasured teacher. Vincent Melie's life may be over but his spirit lives on through the many lives he enriched. His geniune concern for people, his delight- ful sense of humor, and his steadfast courage will continue to inspire us all as we fondly remember his living example. 1 In Memory of Vincent Melie S5 N gr. Sanja Basic l N -'v W lil 1 Wendy DeCharne 9 9 , 'El r ' 5 L L' ,,f..1 n z f'i us . "l, 7' "" fl N 1. ,J -,... Jessica Lambert Row I: Josh Ullrich. Jeff Hurst, Chris Moore, John Puffingburger. Roger Janssen. Row 21 Coach Fernando Potts. Jesus Hernandez, Jon Bodenshot, Harold Hertado, One l Shoe Ckiml, Robbie Walters, A f,',. 1, .55-4, ,.' l or ri Q, ,ffm In 1. gg," 'fo . Vfgyv Petra Verkaik Ju . qw I A Row I: Norma Calon, Kelly Hagen. Anna Guerrero, Dianna Rodriguez. Cindy Young. Raw 2: Shane Valderana, Jeffery Aldridge, Donovin Lopez, Donald Lopez, Michael Leflore. Row 3: Regenald Henderson, Tim Fakhoury, Vince Baynard. Terry Cail, Damon Owens. i 4 v r: I. ,M- 1 ww 7 Adolberto Arellano Q - Ramiro Arellano Larry Brown Julie Castro J ' Valente DeCasas A Q, , 9 , James Goller Kim Grant Mike Hargraves Herminio Hernandez Doretha Jackson Mona Masri Agustin Ortega Monica Paz , Y' 1' vs r I 'ez' i " ' , f 6' Y. I ' bi-Q j.:vv-aw V' 1 X zQf'f?57" ' H, , 31' F W- :Q 0 If :pa M, gm if K l ' ff, s as ' -. as : .X ln X N ' by - 'Q . ', 1 1, ' 1 " 4 4 2 ' L 'ag , 5 - P Margaret Porcell Michael Strings Terry Trobell Angelina Williams Q9 of 'wfxidwxe SS- P5 e V364 I7 ?v-' cl Aff'- wi' .., ... X , fffgoxe oixg QW? . , 5 web ' xovgv QQSQ QQOQ Z5 . X9 Xe, t 06 :QB A 0 A ol- Q c0'5jeqi66Q W0 sa ?'R0oXi0 , .xv Ne. Q? P, Y-Glow UCS' as QXEX , ' A 'X .- X 'Rs we Xi ewwf N39 15 . YD QQ QSGGCQOQCA S Kaye? Bacon, Samuel 98 INDEX Abdoo. Mr. 204 Abram, Marcus l04, l62 , Abram, Zina 75, I52 Abrams, Arthur IO4 Abriel, Terry I52 Ackerman, David 54, I72 Acuna, Christopher 94, l22 Adams, Robin 88, 89. l52 Adams, Tanya l72 Adams, Teri 25, l22 Aebersold, Mrs. Anne l87 Aebersold, Brett I7, 94, l00, l22 Aebersold, Jenny 8l, l72 Aguilar, Jorge I52 Aguilar, Luz Maria 62, l62 Aguilar, Silvia 62, 80, l22 Aicher, John l62 Aimal. Nabiia I72 Akroush, Basima I62 Alamo. Gererdo I72 I Alamo, Horatio 62 " Albert, Gina l52 Aldaz, Eduardo 98 Aldridge, J ery I62, 234 Alfaro, 200 Alindogan. Dennis l22 Alindogan, Rommel l62 Allen, Cynthia l72 tAllen. Roselle l52 Alva. Anita l22 Alva, Antoinette 74, I72 Alverez, Aliz l62 Amaral, Anna 80, 87, l52 Amaya, Diana 62, l22 Ama a Maria 62 63 l72 l79 I, ff y . , , , Amezquita, Gricelda 62. 63, 69, l52 Amezquita, Jose I72 Anderson, Angela I72 Anderson, Julia 58, I22, 24I Anderson, Neal 72, IO4, I72 Anderson, Sanova l62 Andrews, Carolyn l22 Aquino. John l52 Arellano, Adalberto 235 Arellano, Ramiro 235 Argueta, Fredy I72 Arias, Rigoberto 62, I05, l22 Armaratunga, Kevin 56, l22 Armatorio, Mr. Dave I92 Armistead. Katya 54, 55, 58, I22, 26l Arnold, Barry l23 Arnold, Elizabeth I72 Arnold. Karen 84. l23 Artalejo, Michael I62 Asdourian. Avedis I52 Asquith, Mrs. Sandy l89 Aubuchon, Jeffery I72 Augustine, Thomas l04, I72 Austin-Jones, Darryl 94, 123 Avila, Dagoberto 63, I62 Avila. Leticia l72 Avina, Enrique IIO, I23 Axxe, Russell l00, l0I, l52 Ayala, Rosa I72 Bahnsen, Kimberly I72 Baily, Sheronda I52 Baldeschwieler, Karen 56, I23 Baldwin, Jaquelyn 87, I62 Ball, Debra l23 Ballard, Mr. Joe IO2. l98, 203 Banuelos, Gustavo ll0, II6. l62 Banzuela, Bryant l23 Barcelo, Margaret l62 Barnes. Toniia 75, I52 Barnett. Michele l23 236 76, 87. Barnette, Raymond 94, l23 Barr, Terry l23 Barrios, Nancy l62 Barron Arthur l05, l62 Basic, '5anja se, 64, 91, ns. 234 Basmajian, Jeremie 56, 57, I52, 24l Bass, Scott 28. 56, 72, l02, l03, l23 Batiste, Dennis l62 Batraglia, Mr. Jack 68, l99 Baxter, Christopher l72 Baynard, Vince 234 Bean, Cornell l52 Beatty, Anthony 98, lI0, lIl,,X Beaty, Dee llO I Beauchamp, Melissa 9I Beck, Thais 59 Beckford, Sheran' l52 Beeks, Tawn,l72 Belin, Lindaf'l24 Bell, Anthony l52 Benayides, Jaime I24 Benn, Deidre 57, 70, l52 Benn, Johnny l04 Bennett, Leon I24 Bennett, Vernon 28, l62 Biery, Mr. Brian 85. ll3, ll4 Bizzle, Oliver 98, l72, I73 Blackwood, Francisco ll0 Blair, Thomas 7l Bland, Eric 33, l52, l56, 24l Bland, Mrs. 2w Blaylock, Nicola l62 Blinkenberg, Charlie 57, l62 Blinkenberg, Lisa 82, I24 Bodenshot, Jon 6l, ll3, ll4, I72 Bodenshot, Pat II4, l62 Bodenshot, Paul 94, l06, I07, I24, l35, 24l Bodenshot, Wendy 32 Cabral. Ho X . ,f K. racio l52 Cagral, Javier l62 Ca raless, 'rlene l62 Cabrera,,J2:3 l06, l25 Cabreraf R aul l52 Cail, Terry 234 Cain, Jeffrey l25 Cain, Nichole l62 Caishpal, Pedro 62 Calderon, Guido l25 Calleton, Chris 72, ll4, I62 Calloway, Michelle 80, l25 Camarillo, Gerardo l62 Campbell, John l62 Campbell, Ken lO2 Campbell, Melissa 25, 84 Campbell, Miko 57, l53 Campos elia 62 I72 , D , Canapedies, Klea 64 Canty, Cynthia l25, 84 Canty, Darrell l04, l53 Caradonna, Matthew l62 Card, Mr. 2w Cardone. Jason I62, ll2 Carlos, Gustavo IOO, l62 Carlos, Jose lm, l25 Carlson. Katie 35, 64, 72, 82, l25, l3l Carlson, Lizzie 72, 82. 9l, l62 Carr, Jerrie I72 Carrasco, Nelly l72 Carrillo, Eduardo I73 Carrillo, Emma I73 Collier, Donald l62 Colon, Norma l62. 234 Comiotes, Sean 98, l73 Concha, Elsy l63 Concholar, Leslie 58, 72, l27 Conerly, Chase lOl, l63 Conner. Martha 6l, 82. l63 Contreras, Alex l63 Conway, Joseph 98 Cook, Nanci 72, 82, l27 Coria. Sandra 64, 76, I53, 204 Corona, Maria Lui I53 Corona, Sergio l63 ' Coronado, Ernesto I73 Coronado, Gilbert 98, l63 Correa, Cassandra I73 Correa, Guillermind 87, l53 Cortez, Marrilio l63 Cousins, Mr. James 98. l87 Carrillo, Servando ll0, ll6, ll7, l25 Carroll, Hassan 59, 60. 72, 94, l52, l55 Bogaard, Joe 32. l06, I24, l28, l35, 24l Bolentini, Rosanna l72 Bolton, Brenetta l52 Bolton, Byron 75, 94, 95, I24 Boneberger, Mr. 205 Booker, Rhonda l24 Boswell, Charles 94, 96, l24 Bousseloub, Lyes I72 Bowers, Sharonne l62 Bowlin, Brandon 75, 94, 95, ll0, l58 Boyadiian, Lucy I72 Boyd, Christopher IO4, l52 Boyd, Sean 56, II2, l70, I72 Boyd, Seana 66, II4, I24 Bradford, Elicia I72 Bradley, Oscar iw, l52 Brandt, Chris 25, 72. l52. l53 Brandt, Patrick 25, 54, 6l, I72, Brantley, Stacey I24, l25 Brice, Tanya I72 Brito, Louie I72 Brookins, Mrs, Phillis 75, 2w lll, l52. I77 Carter, Doris l53 Casas, Eduardo I73 Casas, Eze quiel I25 Casas, Hector l62 Case, Judith IS3 Castaneda, Eva Alicia I73 Castaneda, Flavio 62 Castaneda Castaneda , Javier l25 Luis G. l53, I73 castanedaf Luis M. iss, ns Castaneda, Olga 57, 8l, l62 Brooks, Cedric l62 Brooks, Tab atha I24, l28 Brown, Anlozette I72 Brown, Karen I72 Brown, Larr y io4, :ss Brown, Laurie 85. 89, l52 Brown, Lawrence l04, I62 Brown, Mrs. 202, 203 Brown, Nichole l52, I54 Brown, Reuben 98, I72 Brown, Willie 98, l62 Bryant, Rod ney 98 Buckner, Mr. 203 Castaneda, Ramona I26 Castro, Julie 64, 76, 82, 88, Castor, Sheri 68, I26, I28 Cates, Edward I53 Cates. Tawny 56, l53 Cativiela, Jean 54, l7l, I73 Cervantes, Francisco I73 Cervantes, Lorenzo l53 Cervantes, Maria 87, I26 Cesari, Rosita I26 Cerina, Jimmy 60. 94, l00, Charcon, Francisco l73 Chamagua, Maritza I26 Chan, Laura 82, l62 Chan, Paula 58, l25, I26, 26 Chandler, Mrs. 20l Chang, Jenny 65 Charcas, Frederico l26 Charcas, Jose l62 Charcas, Juan 62, I26 Chase, Brent 98 Cheng, Robert I26 Cheng, Shu-Ying 64, l62 Cheng, Sunlin l53 Chew. John ll2, ll4, l53 Chew, Karen iw. I53 Chico, Hector I62 Chico, Maria 8l, l63 Chimura, Nozomi l53 Chism, Mrs. Brenda IS7 Buckner, Mrs. Gayle l9l Bugarian, Castelia 62. 8l, l62 Bugarin, Esmeralda 62, Sl, l52 Bugarin, Febronio 62, I72 Bugarin, Maria 62, I24 Buge, Shoshanna 72, I72 Burns, Carolyn l62 Chiwood, Janice I26 Chitwood, Mandi I26 Cho, Byung-Hak 65, l53 Cho, Byung-Woo l26 Chumley, Dorian l27 Clark, Tan Clark, Alvi ya l27 n I73 Burns, Suzzette l52 Burwell, Geoffrey I52 Butler. Suzanne Sl, I24 Butler, Terri 84 Buttaro, Ale x l25 Byrd. Kimberly 87 Cocke, Ain 72, ll2, ll4, I27, Coday, Mr. Jim 204 Coffee, Frederick 98, I73 Coffey, Ronald 94, l27 Cohen, Mr. Herb Sl, I98 Cohen, Mrs. Shirley l98 Colbert, Celeste I73 Cole, Anthony 94, l27 Colee, Michelle 64, I73 Coleman, Michael I63 Collazos, Zamira l53 89, 235 I53 l35 Cox, Mr. l97 Craft, Monique 72, l63 Cramer-Borneman, Dianne I63 Cramer-Borneman, Sandra 58, 72, I27 Crear. M Crockett Crockett ark IIO , Dexter lOl , Ronald, l0l Crockom, David 94, 95, 98, I27 Crockom . Kenneth 94, lm, l53 Crowder, Chris 66, I53 Crowe, R ichard I97 Crutcher, Derick 94, l53 Culross, Michael I7, 24, ICD, lOl, l27 Curtis, Amy I63 Cushman, Carmen 87 Dakan, Jennifer 55, 64, 72, 9l, l53 Dakan, Michelle 72, 82, 90. 9l Daniels, Heather 64, 87 Danielson. Mr. 205 Danther, Maury l69 Davila, Sharon 89 Davis, Barbara 72. 82, 9l, l7l Davis, Darryl l63 Davis, Keneth I73 Davis, Kimbree l53 Dawson. Dawson, Dexter lI0 Marcus 24, 28, 54, l53 De Anda, Phillip l06, I73 De Boes, Lisa l63 De Casas, Maria 62, 69, l63 De Casas, Valente 235 De Charne, Wendy 234 Deforest, Gail Mrs. 82, 87 De La Cuba, Vannia 57, I63 Delaney, De Leon, De Leon John 55, 56.64, I27 David 65, 77, I27 Jonathan 65 77 l27 De Jour, Nancy 74, I27 Delgado, Maria l27 Delgado, Maricela I73 Delhoyo, Nora l63 De Luca, Maria I73 Dent, Charles I27 Desamparado, Adalia 59, l28 Dewey, Daniel 54, I73 Dewey, Lorna l28 Diarse, Sean I63 Diaz, Martha 64, l53 Dimacali, Reynaldo 65, IO4, l53 Do, Huan 65, 77, l28 Do, Vinh 59, I73 Dorsey, Fred ll0, l28 Dorsey, Nelson l04 Downhower, Annick 7l Downhower, Jane Mrs. 7l, l97 Duarte, Evangelina 80, l28 Duarte, Ricardo l63 Ducharme, David l53 Ducksworth. Simeon l63 Dugan, Pamela l28 f' Dugan. Spencer I73 Duran, David l53 Dureberg, Francine 70 4, Dusenberry, Sandrapf 1 ff Echols, Timothy l63 Edwards, Lisa l28 Elckhoff, Melanie l53 Eldnor. Evelyne l63, I68 Eldnor. Pierre l28 Ellis, Rochelle 87, I73 Ellison, Andrea 75 Ellison. Renee 80, l28 Elshout, Kevin l63 Elshout, Rita 33 Emerson, La Shanya I73 Erwin, Famous 94, I52. l53 Esbenshade, Anne 82, II3, l28, 2 Escalante, Bernardo l53 Escalante, Ruben I73 Esparaza, Maria l63 Esparza, Lucina I73 Esparza, Manuel l73 Espinoza, Fred 98, l63 Espouza, Lucinda 62 Esquivel, Victor 62, l73 Estacio, Maria 64, l73 Estes, Darcy 82, 89, I63 Estrada, Armando l73 Estrada, Luis Jose l73 Estrada, Ruth l73 Ettress, Ralph I63 Evans, Robert 66, 77, ll2, ll4, l63 Everett, J. 98 Fakhoury, Timi I73, 234 Faridian, Forouzan 57, 58 Felix, Maria l28 Fellows, Valerie l73 Fernandez, Rosalve l63 Fernandez, Teresa l53 Ferrin, Mark l28 Fisher, Melissa l63 Fleischer, Vera Ms. 70, 200 Fleming, Lorene l64 Flores, Gustavo l63 Flores, Teresa l53 Flournoy, Glen l63 Foster, Marvelle I64 Foster, Shelia 87, l73 Fou, Wei 55, 56, 58, 59, 65, 66, 67, 76. l53 Fox, Amanda 56, 65, 68, l29 Franklin, Lance I64 Fuller, Wanda I73 Fullerton, James l74 Fung, Amy l29 Fung, Jackson l54 Furlong. Deanna IO0, l54 Gaffney. Ty Coach lO6 Galavan, Beatrix 8l Galindo, Aileen 80, l54 " Galindo, Arthur l64 Galindo, Doug 72, 94 0, l54, l58 Galindo. Elmer l02, l29 Galindo, Reza Sl, I64 Gallardo, Sergio l29 Gallardo. Victor 57, 65, ll2 Gallardof anina l64 Gallegos. Abraham I64 G gas. Alejandro I54 alleges. Crisanto l54 Gallgel, Julio I64 Gallo, Mario Mr. 62, 20l Galloway, Ed II2 Galloway, Roxanna l54 Gallud, Julio ll3, II4 Galvan, Arceli 62, I74 Galvan, Beatriz I64 Gamboa. Jose l54 Gang, Mike lOl Ganther, Maury I64 Garcia, Byron 62. l54 Garcia, Maria I64 Garcia, Ruben 69 Gardea, Dora 69, l64 Garden, Jerry Mr. 67 Garland, Latarsha I29 Garwer, Jacquelynn l54 Garza, Natalia l54 Garza, Pablo I64 Geremsz, Gregory l06 Geremsz, Julie I64 Gertmenian, Greta I64 Gherke, Terell l56 Gholar, Lisa l64 Gholar, Tommie 94, 96, l54, Gholar, Vivian l29 Gibson, John l54 Gibson. Sieal I64 Gilardo. Yanina 9l Giles. Jana l54 Giles, Packard l54 Gill, Desiree l54 Gipson, Alfred I64 Gipson, Brian 98, lOl Gipson, Darren 98, l04 Gitchuway, Trina 70, l54 Gladney, Deborah l29 Goddard, Andrew ll6, I64 Goddard, Anna 72, 82 Goff. Kimberly 9l, l74 Goldsmith, Jacquelin l39 Goller, James 235 Golub, David l74 Gomez, Manuel l64 Gonzales, Armando l54 Gonzales. Ernest l74 Gonzales, Gustavo l54 Gonzales, Maria l74 Gonzales, Victor I74 Gonzalez, Betina 80, l29 Gonzalez. Carlos I64 Gonzalez, Edgardo, I74 Gonzalez, Edwin I64 Gonzalez, Emilia l54 Gonzalez, Fernando l64 Gonzalez, Gloria I64 Gonzalez, Hector l29 Gonzalez, Monica 55, 72, ll4, l29 Gonzalez, Pedro l54 Gonzalez, Ruben l54 Gonzalez, Sergio l64 Gooch, David 94 Goodell, Melissa 90, 9l, I74 Goodstain, Mark 54, l73, l74 Gordon, Jennifer 72, 9l, l54 Gorman, D. Christopher l74 Gourdikian, Maral 7l A ,,.' ' Goyette, Jerry l74 I! Grabner, Mr. lO4 if Graham, Kenith l64 Graham, Winnette 85, l29 Grant, Elisa l74 Grant, Jamie l54 Grant, Kimberly I64, 235 Gray,,l4anchon I64 Gray, Jennifer l65 Greene, Claudine l74 Greene, Sylvie l65 Greer, Nichelle 28, 85. l65 Gregg, Cathrine l74 Griffith, Ann 72, l74 Griffith, Jacqueline 88, 89 Griffiths, Bonnie 32 Grimes, Anthony l74 Guerrero, Anna l64, l74, 234 Guerry, Michael l54 Guevara, Jaime l74 Gupta, Anili l54 Gutierrez, Teresa 64, l65 Gutierrez, Zaida l54 Guy, Venecia l74 Guys, Tim 23 Hadsell, Monica 56, l29 Hagen, Kelly l54, 234 Hagen. Mr. Mark l87 Haido, Adam l54 Halim, Junus 65, l29 Hall, Leslie 87, l74 Hall, Sharon 89, l74 Hall, Shelia 88, 89, l54 Halstead, Mr. 202 Halton, Michelle l65 l57 Hamm, Andre l54 Hammond, Sabrina 24, l54 Hampton, Mrs. Darlene ISS Han. William 65, I54 Hanashiro, John l54 Handa, Yuichi 54, l7O, I74 Handy, Lisa l29 Hanes, Joe l55 Hanft, Karen l74 Hanitado, Harold IIO Hanna, Georgeann I74 Hargis, Steven l65 Hargraves, Michael 235 Harris, Mr. Alvin 98 Harris. Sam 94, 95, 96, l00, lOl, l29 Harrison, Fredreece l74 Hart, Victoria I29 Hartfield, La Dell lm Hartman, Heather 55. 56 Hartman, Marc l74 Harvey, Darrell 94, 96. lI0, lll, I30 Harvey, La Rita I55 Hatcher, Brenda l74 Haygood, Sheree l3O Hayward, Heather l55 Hazzard, Mike l30 Head, Sean 54, l65 Hearn, Deshawn l65 Hearn, Monique l65 lbarra, Adela I74 lbarra, Francisco l55 lbarra, Mr. I99 lkegawa, Jima 72 lnfante, Patricio l55 lnman, Matt 60, 72, IO6, ll4, l55 Jackson, Jackson Jackson 1 v Anthony l69 Doretha 84, 89, 235 A Jeanette l63, l65 Jackson, Kelly 64, 68, 76.130 Jackson, Randolph 66, 74, l65 Jackson, Ronald l65 Jackson, Timothy l30 Jacobs, James lOl, I74 James, Derek 75, l55 Jansson, Roger 54. 72, l74 Jara, Alfonso 62, l66 Jara Romelia I55 Jefthes, K. Scott 94, 95, l3l Hearn, Yolanda l3O Hearst, Greggory I65 Hearst. Jeffrey l74, l79 Hebgan, Liz 56, 64, 76, 89, l55 Heck, Mr. Donald 205 Helms, Melinda I65 Henderson, Kindra 84, 87 ,l74 Henderson, Reginald l55: 234 Henderson, Travis l55,'l65 Henderson, Yvettefl30 Hendreks, Evie l55 Hendrix, LouAnn 33 Hendrix, Robb ll2, ll3, ll4, I55 Henson,,,Aliscia l55 Hensynf Demetrius l30 Henson, Sherry l55 Hernandez, Mrs. l9l Hernandez, Ana l74 Hernandez, Fidel 62. 69, l65 Hernandez. Hernandez Hernandez, Herminio 235 lrene 64, 55. Sl, l30 Maria 69, l65 Herrera, Angela l65 Herrera, Carmen 69, l65 Herrera, German 62. 69, l74 Herrera, Gloria I55 Herrera, Luis l65 Herrera, Mayra l55 Herrera, Zoila 69, l55 Herron, John l55 Hetz, Sabrina l74 Jenkins, Frederick 104. ies Jimenez, Raul l55 Jimenez, Susana l66 Johns, Darren I74 Johnson. Annette. B7 Johnson, Anthony 98 Johnson, Arcelia l55 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Mrs. Betty l88 Garnett 72, IO4, I55 Harry 95, 96, Il0, lll, I3 Joseph l66 Kimberly I55 Johnson, Monique l55 Johnson, Pamela l66 Johnson, R. 98 Johnson, Rebecca 75, l3l Johnson Johnson Johnson . Shawnte l3l Todd ll0 J Tyrone I69 Johnston, Darrin l66 Jolley, Norah 98, l66 Jones. Diane 75, l55 Jones, Jana l3l Jones. Jeffrey 98, 166 Jones, Linda l3I Jones, Madalyn l3l Jones, Michael lI0, l55 Jones, Pearl I3l Jones, Sherry l66 Johns, Tammy l66 Hicks, Hasani l65 Hicks, Tamani l65 Higgins, Deatric 98 Hill, Lolaoetha 85, l65 Hoang, Hung 54 Hockenhull, Cassandra l65 Hockenhull, Connie l74 Holloway, Bridget l65 Holloway, Victor l30 Hopkins, Allison 56 Hopkins, Linda 55, 56, 57, 58, 64, 7l Hopkins, Ronald l65 Hornbuckle, Daniel lm, lOl, ISO Horton, Zabrina l30 House, Anthony ll0, lll Howell, Robin 70 Howell. Terry 70 Hsieh, Jocelyn 65. l74 Hsu, Mr. James 65, l75, l98 Hsu, Judy 55, 64, 67, 7l, 77, 9l, l55 Hubbard, Jeffrey l65 Hubbard, Kimberly l74 Hubbard, Leon l65 Huckaby, Adonas ICD Hue. Jason l74 Huerta. Kathryn l65 Hughes, Bridgette 174, i79 Hughes, Leshon l65 Hurst, Karen l65 Hurst, Randall 74, l55 Hurtado, Harold ll6, II7, I55 Huynh, Mai l55 Huynh, Thanh l74 Jones. Theodore l02, lO3, l66 Jordan, Mrs. Diane l87 Juarez, Oralia l66 Juarez. Rafaela l66 Kahn, Louis 59, 68, llO, ll6, l66 Kalil, Jose 75, I32, l34 Karipides, Clea l74 Karipides, Kirstin 64, 68, l66 Kaur, Kamaliit l74 " Ke, Warren 65, l32 Keliikoa, Leilani I74 Kennedy, Pamela 72, l74 Kenyon, Mike 72, 94, l55 Kenyon, Thomas I32 Khalaf, Kaed l66 Khalaf. Raida 56. 57. 7l, I32 Kikuchi, Ann 72, 80, I32, 24I Kim, Yoolim I74 Kim. Young l66 Kimp, Chris 23, I22 Kimp, Wendell I55 King. Anthony 98 Kirkgoard. John l74 Kirksey, Leslie I32 Klein, Laurie I32, l55 Knabenbauer, Chris 77, l55 Knowles, Christine l55 Knowles, Jerry I66 Knudsen, Kristin 72.81, 174 Koch. Jeff 60. 106, 127, 132 Koch. Theodor 57, 111, 116, 117, 166 Koh, Laurence 171, 174 Kostelac, Elke 54, 71, 72, 166 Koundakiian, Ara 166 Koundakjian, Edmund 176 Krachman. Gower 166 Kramer, Diane 81 Kramer, Marc 61. 72, 176, 177 Kramer. Philip 54, 61. 132 Kramer, Sandra 74 Krieg, R 107, 132, 133. 135,241 Krikorian, Monique 72, 155 Krishnan, Suchitra 176 Krishnan. Suresh 110, 116, 117, 153, 156 La, Mai 70, 166 oger 24. 59, 60, 72, 94. 96, 106, Laakmaan, Andrew 54, 170, 176 Laakmaan, Danna 132 La Barbera. Fernando 156 Lake, Ken 55, 60. 72, 132 Lake, Wes 112, 114, 166 Lamb, Mr. 54, 61, 82, 198 Lambert, Jessica 56, 132, 234 Lambert, Mr. 186 Lampert, Gretchen 132 Land, Loren 54, 156 Lara, Letticia 55, 67. 71, 132 Larreta. Carolina 176 Larsen, Mr. 192, 193 Laster, Clarence 166 La Torre, Adelma 166 Lau, Dianna 72, 82, 133. 136 Lau, Kin 176 Lauderdale, Kevin 66. 112, 166 Lawrance. Carters 25. 133 Le. Minh-Tran 133 Lee, Danica 166 LeF1ore, Michael 59, 95, 156, 234 Leinen, Zachary 104. 105 Lennox, Yolanda 133 Lesley. Mrs. 184, 185 Lester. Doris 156 Lew, Ms. 65 Lewis, Charnelci 59. 133 Lewis, Edward 176 Lewis, George 166 Lewis, Melissa 176 Lewis, Mindy 72, 76, 87, 156 Lewis, Sonya 41, 85, 176 Lewis. Todd,l1O, 156 Liden, Mr. 57, 19.9 LittleJohn. Staci 166 Llamas. Pabla 176 ' Lockhart, Michel 166 7 7 Lockhart, Steven 104, 105, 156 Loi, Hung 156 Lopez, Donald 166. 234 Lopez. Donovan 176. 234 ' Lopez. Geroge 176 Lopez. Mr. 193 Lopez, Mrs. 65 Lopez. Rosalinda 166 Lord, Lori 176 Lord, Lynda 156 Lorenzo, Eurado 167 Luckey, Hezekiah 167 Lum, Teresa 133 Luna, Gustabo 133 Luna, Juan 101, 106, 176 Luna, Lorrie 167 Lundy, Kecia 167 Ly, Dai 176 Ly, Miki 59, 65, 68 Ly, Quynhnhu 156 Lyne, Julie 68, 91, 114, 167 Mac Anh 167 Mac, Christine 65 Mac, Hoa 133, 156 Mac Patty 65 238 Macueady, Marshall 156 Mack, Jeffery 110 Mack, Tyrone 94 Madrigal, Ernesto 167 Maisterra. John 114, 156 Maloney, Brian 154 Maloof, Craig 156 Mapp, Keenyn 98 Mapp, Monique 133 Mares, Lilia 176 Mares, Martita 156 Mares, Saul 167 Marin, Michael 167 Marino, Regina 62, 63, 167 Marsh, Regine 156 Marshall, Tonja 167 Martin, Antoinette 156 Martin, Robin 87, 116, 167 Martin, Sandra 133 Martin, Yourlanda 167 Martinez, Evangelina 167 Martinez, Graciela 176 Martinez, Keren 176 Martinez. Mariana 69, 176 Mason, Patrick 113, 132 Masri, Lena 55. 59, 74, 133 Masri, Mona 57, 235 Masri, Samar 55. 57, 134, 241 Mastorakos, Tina 167 Matthews, Jennifer 134 Maxie, Karinda 134 Maxie, Ronald 176 Maxwell, Audrey 134 McA1ister, Kelley 156 McAlpin, Dr. 186 McBath, Douglas 167 McBath, Margot 72, 133, 241 McCaa. Shannon 176 McClure, Cardonna 134 McCormack. Richard 134 McCummins, Miss 91 McDonald. Mr. 192 McGinley, John 156 McGookin, Michael 176 Mclnnis, Sheila 167 McMi1lian, Kenneth ICD, 101, 176 McNiff, Sheila 167 Medina, Fernando 62, 69, 167 Medina. Nemesio 156 Medina, Rodolfo 156 Melara, lsela 167. 176 Mendez. Mrs. 188 Mendoza. Carolina 156 Mendoza Sarah 156 Metcalf, Mrs. 188 Meza. Yolanda 176 Mickens, Crystal 134 Miele. Christine 56, 176 Miele, Missy 56, 89, 156, 241 Miller, Aloma 156 Miller. Alondra 156 Mills, Kevin 68, 156 Mills, Robert 167 Minnitt, Tamara 167 Mitchell, Coach 98 Mitchell, Steven 156 Molina. Marcela 176 Molina, Ruben 167 Molina,,Teresa 134 Molloy, Coach 116, 202 Monge, Maria 69, 167 Monge, Narciso.62. 157 Monteroso, sophie -72, 82, 167 Montes, Maricela 167 Montgomery, Marlon 176- YV Montgomery, Mrs, 188, 189 Moody, Yvonne 176 " Moore, chris si, nz, 113. 114. 167.176, Moore, Dawnye 167 Moore, Mrs. 32, 189 Moore, Nicole 134 Morales, Graciela 176 Morgan, Elisabeth 56, 58, 71, 167 Morgan, Roy 157 Morgan, Samuel 98, 110, Ill, 167 Morgan, Terrianne 176 Morris, Miss 205 Morrison, Edith 59, 167 Morrow, Mr. 184 Moseley, David 176 Moseley Kelly 175 Mossiah, Zelma 134 Motevalli. Amitis 176 Movli, Ronald 101 Mowrer, Lori 134 Moye. Elisa 157 Moye. Michelle 91, 157 Mullett, Shaunagh 56, 135, 241 Mundo, Narcisa 62, 81 Mundo, Natalia 135 Mungilla, Ana 167 Munoz, Eduardo 157 Munoz, Jose 98, 171, 176 Munter, Eric 54 Muntz, Eric 114, 176 Murillo, Juan 62, 157 Muro. Candelario 167 Muro, Concepcio 62, 63 Muro, Donnie 157 Murphy, Alicia 176 Musser, Patricia 157 Myles, Brady 176 Navarrete, Rosalba 176 Navarro, Juan 176 Neely. Porshe 177 Neff, Arthur 100, 157 Nelez, Lisa 68 Nellon, William I77 Nelson. Mrs. 177, 187 Nelson, R. Kelly 24, 60. 135 Nesbitt. Walter 157 Nestor, Alfredo 135 Nestor. Bertha 62, 157 Nieves, Carmelo 135 Nootbaar, Charlie 60, iw, 133, 135 ayk says hi Norment, Henry 157 Novo, Frederico 177 Novo, Jose 94, 96, 135 Nowak, Rick 25, 57, 60. 1CD,135 Nufio, Cesar 67, 74, 167 Nufio, Mayrim 177 Nyuyen. Robert 167 O'Neill, Lauren 162. 167 O'Neill, Lisa 55. 64, 72, 76, 135 Oberholtzer. Erik 64, 112, 114, 168 Ochoa, David 72, 112, 114, 135 Oei. Fadjar 65. 77, 135 Oghoorian, Thereza 57, 58. 71, 135 ojha, Anita 57, 177 Olivares, Zenaida 167 Olmstead, Reed 98, 167 Olson. Mr. 32, 184, 185 Ornelas, Leticia 81, 157 Ornelas, Mercedes 136 Orozco, Enrique 157 Ortega, Agustin 235 Osborne, Jacquelin 55, 68, 168 Owens, Damian 177, 234 Ozawa, Mr. 101, 200 Paladino, Agnes 136 Palmer. Alexandra 54, 72, 168 Palmer, Eugene 168 Palmer, Mark 104, 157 illaniagua, Efren 98, 177 Paniagua. Jose 98, 168 Parce1l,AMr. Charles 184, 185 Park, Michael 65, 177 Parker. LeroyX136 Parker. Sean 168k Parker, Sheri 72,'15.7 Patton, Laniece 177 Paz, Danny 177 Paz. Monica 235 1 Pelayo, Alejandra 177 - Pemonteverde, Sam 54 . Pentecost, Paul 177 "4 Pentek, lldiko 82. I77, 179 Perez, Eduardo 106, 107 Perez, lsaura 81. 157 Peron, Sandra 168 Perow, Karen 157 Peterson, John 61, 136 Petrov, Melissa 136 Phillips, Latonya 157 Phillips, Michael 177 Phongsa. Kim 65, 136 Phongsa, Somphone 65. 168 Pickering, Brad 72, 113. 114, 136, Pierce, Charles 102. 157 Pimentel, Angel 168 Pimentel, Javier 177 Pimentel, Jesus 168 Pineda, Michele 157 Pinelo, Dinoran 177 Pinelo, Jose 157 Pinkston, Claire 136 Piper, Craig 112. 136 Pittman, Terence 94, 157 Placencia. Sandra 168 Plante, Mr. Omar 101, 203 Plaslellano, Philip 168 Porcell, Margaret 235 Porcell, Marie 57. 136 Porter, Helena 136 Powell, Damon 70, 105, 104, 157 Poydras. Brent 157 Prado, Marirose 177 Price, Reginald 168 Price, Renee 157 Proctor. Angela 177 Provence, Amy 64, 82, 168 Prudholm. Gina 158 Puffinburger. John 168 Puffinburger, Sam iw. 107, 136 Pursel, Jeanne 136, 241 Quezada, Dolores 62, 136 Quinde, Alberto 158 Quinones. David 59, 64, 76, 137 Quintero. Martha 62, 63, 137 Quiroz, Cristina 158 Quiroz, Sandra 177 Ramirez, Brenda 177 Ramirez. Juan 158, 101 Ramirez, Marco 98, 177 Ramirez, Teresa 158 Ramirez, Veronica 56, 72 Real, Chris 114, 168 Recio, Martha 177 Rediford, Jeffrey 94, 137 Regopoulos, Yiola 68 Regopoulos, Panagiota 168 Remer, Mrs. 205 Renzullo, Frank 59, 68. 168 Renzullo, Nicholas 101, 168 Rex, Vaughn 41, 103. 102, 137 Reyna, Javier 168 Reynolds, Robert 178 Reynoso, Georgina 168 Richards, Susan 137 Richardson, Lori 137, 139 Riedel, Max 137 Rife. Brian 94, 158 Riley, Lou Coach 94 Ritchie, Chris 114, 178 Rivera, Arturo 178 Rivera, Senobio 168 Rivers. Lisa 75, 168 Robertson, Leanne 55, 72. 137 Robinson, Christopher 94, 95 Robinson, Edward 104, 158 Robinson, Herb Coach 94, 96, 203 Robinson, Nina 178 Robinson, Steven 102, 154, 158 Robinson, Tamiko 178 Robinson. Valerie 137 Robledo. Santiago 178 Robles, Maria 158 'X-.,Robles. Victor 110, 116 4 H. 4, X I hsxxxwz c PHX.. 'x TS. K tx Rocha, Neida I78 Rochelle, Andrea I37 is-,X Rodriquez, Alice 33 '- Rodriquez, Daniel I78 Rodriquez, Dianna I78, 234 Rodriquez, Ernesto I58 Rodriquez. Kim 8I, I6S Rodriquez, Salvador I68 Rodriquez, Teresa I58 Rogers, Dwight l6S Rogers, Randolph IO4, IO5 Romero, Ada 62, 69. Sl, I6S Romero, Roberto I68 Romero. Tito lO6, IO7, l37 Rorye, Erick l78 Rosales, Margarita 62, 64, l68 Simental, Maria l68 Simmon-Carr, Mrs. 2CD Sims, Gabrielle 58, 72, 82, I58 Smith, Deborah 84 Smith, Dion IO4, I75 Smith, Dean IOI .Smith, Gordon l78 Smith, Holly 87, l58 Smith,,Janet l3S Smith, Johnny 98, l6S Smith, Melinda 64, l68 Smith, Robert '94 Smith, Shelby I3I,'l5S Smith, Tiffany ISS Smith, Vanetta I5S Smith, Vernice l5S Thomas, Elyse 89, I59 Thomas, Gloria I39 Thomas, Maurrylen I69 Thomas, Van Lane I69 Thornton, Matthew 55, 60, IOO. Thornton, Tracy 72, I79 Thornton, Zondria I59 Tierney, Heather I69 Tolbert, Misty 4l, 85, l39 Tompson, Raymond IIO Tong, Louisa 56, 59, 65, 9l, I59 Tong, Richard 65, l39 Torres, Gabriel I59 Torres, Guillermo I69 Torres, Marlon 70, l79 Torrea, Mateo l39 Totten, Roshko, Gladys Mrs. 56, l38 Roth, Danny l6S Ruiz, Teresa I68 Russell, Anthony 4l, IO2, IOS, l5S Russell, Jacquelin l68 Russell, Norma Mrs. I99 Ruth, Anthony I68 Sakaguchi, Anita l78 Salisbury, Judith Mrs. ISS Sama, Timothy 98, I68 Stewart, Lisa I69 Sanchez, Bernardo l68 Sanchez, Elvira I37 Sanchez, Felipe I78 Sanchez Irma l6S Sanchez Jose 98 Sanchez, Lucelma I58 Sanchez, Marselino 69, I68 Sanchez, Patricia Sl, I7S Sanches, Romelia 69 Sanderson, Susan 85, l38 Sandoval, Sergio l6S Santana, Edward l78 Santana, Linda I7S Vacio, Maria I59 Woods, Vermeu Saperstein, Scott lw Santiago, Gregory I7S Sata, Mutsuko 64, 72, l75, l78 Saurenman, Jill SI, l78 Savoie. Amy 72, SI, I78, 9I Savoie. Emily 72, l3S, 24I Saylor, Brian 77, I6S Sayphrarai, Chanthavi l68 Sayphraraj, Southala 65, I58 Scarborough, Tracie 72, 9I, I38 Scarcell, Gregory I78 Scherer, Steven IOI, I5S Schlew, Jennifer 74 Schoonhoven, Pamela 66, 9l, l6S Schwemmer, Grace 55, 56, 64, I3S Schwemmer, Sylvia 55, 56, ISS Schweska. Regina I68 Schweska, Suzanne l68 Scott, Larry IO4, I78 Scott, Laureen I58 Scott, Nadera 85 Seeker, Thomas 32, lO6, IO7, I38, 24l Segura, John l78 Solis, Erika 72, l78 Solis, Juan I6S Somerlot, Coach IOO Sora, Marilde 62 Soria, Marcilde I69 Sorenson, Charles ISS Sotelo, Mr. I97 Sotelo, Bernard I39 Soto, Oscar l78, l79 Sotorow, Oscar IOI Sowell, Jacquelin I69 Spee, Allen 55, 64, 72 Spencer, Kevin 98, I78 Spurgeon, Tarrah l78 St. John, Kathleen I5S Stables, Lavania l78 Stanfield, Daniel 98, I69 Stauff, John 98, I69 Steelhead, Ben Jr. I9l, 24I Torres, Rogelio l79 Cameron 54, l7l, I79 Steelhead. Mr. Ben Sr. 94, 96, Ill, 202, 203 Stellwagen, Alise I39, 24l Stephenson, Audrey I69 Stepps, Allison l78 Stevens, Brian 76, IOI, I39 Stevens. Kimberly I69 Stevens, Reggie Coach 98. IO4 Stokes, Darul I69 Stokes. Micheal 54, 57, I69 Stokes, Teddy I39 Stone, John 77, l5S Storms, James Mr. I84, l85 Streetz, Damian l7S Stringer, Robert I7S Strings, Jeffrey l7S Strings, Michael 235 Stubblefield, Yolanda I78 Suggs, Paul I5S Summersvilles, Meichelle Sun, Danny I69 Sun, Jimmy 65, I7S Sunay, Ingrid I69 Surya, Muljana 94, IO4, l78 Suzuki, Nicole I69 Swaim. Lynette l39 Swanson, Sandra Mrs. ISS Syed, Sameena l5S, l78 Townsend, Stacey l4O ' Trejo, Maria l4O Tremblay, Liz 67, 7I, 74, l4O Trinh',- Huy 65. l4O Triplett, Reginald 94 Truitt, Joi I69, Turk, Kevin 72,ell4, l4O Turner, Chantal I79, Turner, Jeffrey I59 ' - Turner, Marcia I69 ' , Turner, Michael 94, l4O Tyler, Charlotte 33 Tyler, Christopher II2 Uccles, Carla I59 Uclaray, Madeline I69 Llllrich, Joshua I75, I79 Underwood, Mark IO4, I79 Uriarte, Edward I79 Uzeta, Chris I69 Uzeta, Tina Valderrama, Shane I79, 234 Valdes, Maria Mrs. ISS Valdez, Felicia Sl, l79 Valdez, Rudy lOl. I69 Van Der Veen. Eric I69 Vargas. Alma I79 Vargas, Maria I59 Vasquez, Norma 87, I59 Vazquez, Ramiro I59 Vasquez, Victoria I69 Wade, Emily 9I, II6, II7, I69 Wagner, Andy 64, 65, 66, II2, I69 Wahab, Wais I69 Waldersted, Scott IOI Wales, Stacey 72, l25. l4O, 9l, 24l Walker, Keshia 28, 29, I59 Walker, Patricia I69 Wallace, Mr. Bruce 24, I96, I97 Waller, Mr. Ed I97 Wallerstedt, Scott 98, I69 Wallis, Rolanda l4I Walter, Robert II4, I69 Walton, Michelle I69 Warren. Bill Mr. I86 Washington, Ray I59 Washington, Tracy l79 Watson, Danavila I69 Watson, Darvelyn 84. l79 Weaver, Tamara I69 Weber, Rochelle l4l Wesley, Cameron I4l Whipple, Lenard I59 Whitaker, Christopher I79 Whitbord, Timothy I69 White, Cherry 89 White, Jenifer I69 White, Rosiland I79 White, Teresa 75, I69 Wiggins, Sonia I69 Williams, Angelina 235 Williams, Cary I79 Williams, Coco Mrs. I92, I93 Williams, Del Ray 94, 96, I4I Williams, Eliseo I69 Williams, Jacquelin S7 Williams, Jana I4I Williams, Jennie Mrs. 88 Williams, Kenneth 98. I69, l0l Williams, La Nette '14, I59 Williams, Lawernce I74 Williams, Sterling 98, IO4, IO5 Williams, Turran 28, 29, IO4,' l79 Willis , Willis, Dee 89 ' -. Dwana I69 Willis, Marlene I69 Willis, Harry 54, 66, I69 Wilson, Anne 72, I59 Wilson, Dee 72 Wimberly, Rodrigo I59 Windham, David 85, 94. 95, l4I Wing. Robert IW, I59 Wise, Ginger I79 Wong, Brian I4l Wong, E mily 56, 64, 65, 76, 82, 55 I69 Woodin, Julie I79 Woods, Anthony IIO, l4I Woods. Melinda I59 Woods Nick 54, 59. I55. I59 Woods: Oren I59 Yolanda 70, I69 Vaughns. Cecelia 58, I4O Vaughns, Gregory IW, lOl, l4O Velez, J ose I69 Velez, Lisa I69 Velez, Maria De l79 Venerable, Leslie 87, I59 len, Katrien 56, I40, 24 Sellers, Mr. 203 Sepulveda, Armando I68 Serrano, Luis I78 Serrano, Maria l78 Serrano, Maria l6S Serrurier, Shelly 76, l38, 24I Sevajian, Fred 70, l3S Seymour, Yolanda l38 Shamburger, Omar l78 Shamburger, Robbin I68 Shane, Heidi l6S Shanks, Trinell I38 Shari, Sandeep l78 Sharifi, Nazila I7S Shaw, Robert lO3, 168 Tabor, Brenda IS9 Taico, Marilyn I7S Taico, Miguel I59 Takarabe, Naoko 56, 65, 69, 77, IS9 Tanner, Tammy SS, 89. I59 Taylor, Chantilly I69 Taylor, Elizabeth 9l, l79 Taylor, Eva I79 Taylor, Ms. Judy 59, I92, I93 Taylor, Kimberly 87, I59 Taylor, Lance 98, I69 Taylor, Mable I69 Taylor. Tracey 87, II6, II7 Sherrod, Peter I68 Sherry, Keith II2, li3, II4. I68 Shugart, Carla l5S Sianez, Michelle l78 Sianez, Stephanie I58 Siltanen, Timo 54, l68 Simental, Lucilo I68 Teasley, Pamela 75, I69 Tedhams, Anita 9I, I69 Teng, Frank l39 Terriquez, Elia 62. Sl, I69 Tewksbury, Amy l79 Thomas, Andrea l79 Thomas, Dawn l39 Vernzi, Rosanne 64, 9l Vignati, Christopher 62, 69, l79 Vilhauer, Elaine 70, l79 Villanueva, Jovita l79 Villegas, Daniel I59 Villegas, Hector I59 Villegas, Juan lO6 Virzi, Joan 68, Sl, I69 Virzi, Rose Ann 55. 72, I57, I59 Visser, Chimene 9I, I79 Vita, Ed 72, Il3, II4, I23, I4O Vita, Eleadon 69 Vita, Eleazar 56, 59, 65, 77, l4O Vita, Gary II2, II3, II4 Vo, Chi 54, I79 Vradenburg. Todd 94, IIO, I59 Woody, Roberta I59 Wopshall, Michelle 72, 9l, I69 Wright, Cheryl l4I Wyatt, Darrin l79 Wycoff, Ms. Jane 72, 89, I97 Yamane. Julie 84 Yang, Janet 59, 63, I4I Yen, Sophia 87, I69 Yoshida, Katsumi I59 Young, Cindy I79. 236 Young, David I79 Younger, Cecilia 82, 87, I4I, 24l Zakir, Mira I79 Zamora, Jose IIO, II6, II7 Zawinul. Ivan 72, I69 Zeiss, Nicole 28. 29, I77, l79 Zhu, Weng-Shen 65 Zimmerman, Holly l4I ZinZun, Michael I69 239 i , ... , il . rl 'vu X ,Wx AN From X, sports to stu- dent government, the major syndrome plaguing A the campus was the all-comsuming, " ,,,. b y ,A ever-denied, "attitude problem." Year- V: book could not escape this disease. Attempting .. , to form a unified staff from these individuals was an 1, if 5 unfulfilled task. Though the atmosphere surrounding the g i f V'- ' . , -f'. production possessed a negative tone at times, the final , l'.f V publication was indeed a pleasure for everyone in- 'E l vowed. Q. 'iz at ln addition to the staff and advisor, Mr. Ben Steelhead V I Q f 2 -.,, Jr., we would like to extend our thanks to Mr. Nathan 7 'J V' I, . Tsukroff of Varden Studios, lnc. for his extensive photo- l ,, V -21' graphic assistance. 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